Perrier, a publication of the year 1718 refers to the fact that wine of this description had then been known for some twenty years.
Perrier ("Travailleur" and "Talisman," Cape Horn and Monaco Expeditions), P. H.
Perrier, suggests the following as a more natural if less obvious arrangement.
Perrier, at first laying greater stress on the nature of the pedicellariae and afterwards on the form of the mouth-skeleton, has gradually perfected a scheme of five orders: (I) Forcipulata, with pedicellariae stalked, and straight or crossed; (2) Spinulosa, with pedicellariae sessile and forcipiform; (3) Velata, with membraniferous spines; (4) Paxillosa, pedicellariae represented by an ossicle of the test and the spines covering it, the whole forming a paxilla; (5) Valvata or Granulosa, with pedicellariae sessile and valvular or salt-cellar shaped.
Perrier, and A.