The Elements of Conchology

William RUSCHENBERGER (1807 - 1895)

The fifth of the Series of First Books of Natural History, embraces that branch of our subject which treats of the Mollusca, or soft animals, and consequently, includes the Elements of Conchology. In the beauty and singularity of their forms, the variety and brilliancy of their colors, shells only yield to flowers…. Limited as this little volume is, it may prove a key to stores of information, even more interesting to many than the numerous fictions of the day. “Truth is stranger than fiction,” has been often said; and the beautiful truths brought to us by a study of animal life, in its various forms, are certainly more admirable and wonderful than any fiction of man’s creation. - Summary by William Ruschenberger

Genre(s): Animals, Education, Nature

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Lauren Huff
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Play 01 Lesson I. Lauren Huff
00:18:36
Play 02 Lesson II. Lauren Huff
00:19:22
Play 03 Lesson III. Lauren Huff
00:25:15
Play 04 Lesson IV. Bhavya
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Play 05 Lesson V. Bhavya
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Play 06 Lesson VI. Lauren Huff
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Play 07 Glossary A-C Lauren Huff
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Play 08 Glossary D-N Bhavya
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Play 09 Glossary O-Z Bhavya
00:24:48