In working over a series of crayfishes for class purposes, certain quite suggestive facts came to light concerning the regeneration of the appendages under the conditions of normal environment. The specimens examined were mature males and females taken directly from their natural surroundings. While not imputing lack of value to experimental work in the field of regeneration, it certainly is true that nature and the laboratory are two very different things. It is therefore felt that the following notes, while preliminary in character, are of sufficient value for publication.
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Lambert, John J.
"Regeneration in the Crayfish,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 11(1), 165-169.
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