There is an amusing instance of the kind related in Blainville's Travels.
Every year the inhabitants of Blainville proceed to Chaussey to fish for lobsters.
The first volume of Blainville on the Organization of Animals.
Blainville is of opinion that they belong to the family of the Nayades.
This description is translated from Blainville, who states that he has never seen the shell.
Those intelligent and amusing travellers, Breval, Keysler, and Blainville have carefully avoided the above strange mistakes.
Blainville and Dumril were charged to make a report on this memoir, which the author had sent to the Acadmie des Sciences.
Blainville, another great naturalist, and Cuvier's successor in the chair of comparative anatomy, was deeply religious.
The species of Carcharias (Carcharhinus of Blainville) lack the spiracles.
At least, he infused his fire into them, and Geoffroy, Cuvier and Blainville found them warm and living.