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The Zoological Club.

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A regular meeting of the Zoological club was held last evening in the Agassiz Museum. Papers of a tecenical nature on "Visions in Arthropods," "Oogenesis in Gasterpoda" and on the "Nervous System of Echinoderms," were read, and a general discussion on each ensued. Some very beautiful microscopic sections of a star fish, showing the nervous system, were then examined. The evening was much enjoyed, and the opportunities these meetings give the men interested in Zoology of exchanging their views on disputed points has been found of great value.

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