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A statement may now be given of Gadow's classification of birds, in which the extinct forms have been intercalated so far as possible.
In the Lower Carboniferous rocks of Scotland intercalated volcanic rocks are strikingly abundant, and now form an important feature in the geology of the southern portion of that country.
The sporangia may be terminal or intercalated.
There is a patella, intercalated in the tendon of the femori-tibialis or extensor cruris muscle.
Even at that early period the solar or astronomical year consisted of 3654 days, like our Julian year; and it was arranged in the same manner, a day being intercalated every fourth year.