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Literary usage of Poriferal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of the Anatomy of Invertebrated Animals by Thomas Henry Huxley (1888)
"It has become clear that Spongilla is a somewhat aberrant form, and that the fundamental type of poriferal organization is to be sought among the ..."
2. Life's Dawn on Earth: Being the History of the Oldest Known Fossil Remains by John William Dawson (1875)
"... as a poriferal one,—the intimate relationship of the two groups, notwithstanding the difference between their skeletons, being unquestionable. " 2. ..."
3. Sitzungsberichte by Naturwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Isis (1877)
"Hyatt, A., Revision of the North-american poriferal etc. Part II. Boston 1877. 4. Aa 107. Nature. Nr. 400—426. Aa 111. Proceedings of the Boston society of ..."
4. Sitzungs-berichte der naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft Isis zu Dresden by Gesellschaft Isis in Dresden (1878)
"Hyatt, A., Revision of the North-american poriferal etc. Part II. Boston 1877. 4. Aa 107. Nature. Nr. 400-426. Aa 111. Proceedings of the Boston society of ..."