In the ‘Annals of Nat. Hist.,’ 2 ser., vol. 8, p. 433, Mr. Huxley describes what he regarded as a new genus of zoophytes, under the name of Thalassicolla. This production, whether animal or vegetable, is found in transparent, colourless, gelatinous masses of very various forms and size ; showing no evidence of contractility nor any power of locomotion.

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