"It is nothing for a polyp only to be spitted," says Trembley.
On the 25th of November, 1740, he cut a polyp into sections.
On a polyp a bud is formed by a hollow outgrowth of the body-wall.
After a while it settles down, becomes fixed and develops into a polyp.
In the substance of this polyp lives a crustacean, the nature of which Mons.
Possibly the polyp stinging ...