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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38828

Chapter 38828 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

Richardson, WJ., 1990:
Timing of bird migration in relation to weather updated review

Deceuninck, B.; Fantin, P.; Jolivet, C.; Loir, O.; Hermant, D.; Morel, F.; Salamolard, M., 1997:
Timing of breeding in the corncrake Crex crex in France Regional differences and evaluation of conservation measures Chronologie de la reproduction du rale de genets Crex crex en France Particularites regionales et evaluation des mesures de conservation

Nardo, Angelo., 2001:
Timing of breeding of kestrel, Falco tinnunculus, in an eastern Venetian plain area NE Italy Tempi della riproduzione del gheppio, Falco tinnunculus Linnaeus, 1758 in unarea del Veneto orientale

Amcoff, M.; Pettersson, J., 1996:
Timing of migration Flyttningstider

Reville, BJ.; Tranter, JD.; Yorkston, HD., 1990:
Timing of primary moult in the tropical seabird Sula abbotti

Ahlen, I., 1990:
Timne to look for the hazel dormouse

Zanuncio, JC.; Santos, GP. dos Anjos, N.; Zanuncio, TV., 1990:
Timocratica palpalis Zeller, 1839 Lepidoptera Stenomatidae, broca das mirtaceas, em Eucalyptus saligna no Estado de Minas Gerais

Bielfeld, Horst., 1998:
Tinamous - unusual and interesting birds to keep Steisshuhner - ungewohnliche Vogel und interessante Pfleglinge

do Amaral, F.S.rubbi Raposo; Silveira, L.F., 2004:
Tinamus solitarius pernambucensis Berla, 1946 is a synonym of Tinamus solitarius Vieillot, 1819 Tinamus solitarius pernambucensis Berla, 1946 a sinonimo de Tinamus solitarius Vieillot, 1819

Mateu, Joaquin., 1997:
Tinautius n gen troglophilus n sp, a new hypogean Pterostichini in the south of Spain Coleoptera Carabidae Tinautius n gen troglophilus n sp, nuevo Pterostichini hipogeo del sur de Espana Coleoptera Carabidae

Mateu, J., 2001:
Tinautius exilis n sp Coleoptera, Carabidae, Pterostochini from the Alpujarra of Almeria SE Spain Tinautius exilis sp n Coleoptera, Carabidae, Pterostochini de la Alpujarra almeriense SE Espana

Main, AJ., 1978:
Tindholmur and Mykines two new Kemerovo group orbiviruses from the Faeroe Islands

Buchner, P., 2006:
Tinea steueri Tineidae and Hypsotropa unipunctella Pyralidae new for Austria Lepidoptera Tinea steueri Tineidae und Hypsotropa unipunctella Pyralidae neu fuer Oesterreich Lepidoptera

Buszko, Jaroslaw., 1996:
Tineid moths Tineidae, Lepidoptera inhabiting polyporus mushrooms and bird nests in Las Piwnicki reserve Mole Tineidae, Lepidoptera zasiedlajace huby i gniazda ptakow w rezerwacie Las Piwnicki

Zagulyaev, AK., 1975:
Tineidae Part 5 Subfamily Myrmecozelinae

Goellner-Scheiding, Ursula., 2004:
Tingidae lacebugs of the Ethiopian region Insecta, Heteroptera Tingoidea Catalogue of the African species Die Tingidae Netzwanzen der Aethiopis Insecta, Heteroptera Tingoidea Katalog der afrikanischen Arten

Canudo, Jose Ignacio., 2004:
Tintinnida Tintinidos

Lefeld, J., 1961:
Tintinnidae of the Kominy Tylkowe series in the Tatra Mountains

Fernandes, Luciano F., 1999:
Tintinnids Ciliophora - Suborder Tintinnina from subantarctic and antarctic waters between Argentine and Antarctic Peninsula 35S-62S November/1992 Tintininos Ciliophora - Subordem Tintinnina de aguas subantarticas e antarticas entre a Argentina e a Peninsula Antartica 35S-62S Novembro de 1992

Daly Yahia, M.N.jib; Daly Yahia-Kefl, O.; Souissi, S.; Maamouri, F.; Aissa, P., 2005:
Tintinnids Ciliophora, Tintinnina and Dinoflagellates Dinophyceae associations in the Bay of Tunis and two adjacent lagoons Ghar El Melh and Tunis South S W Mediterranean Associations Tintinnides Ciliophora, Tintinnina - Dinoflagelles Dinophyceae autotrophes potentiellement nuisibles au niveau de la Baie de Tunis et de deux lagunes associees Ghar El Melh et Tunis Sud Mediterranee Sud Occidentale

Fernandes, L.Felicio, 2004:
Tintinnids Ciliophora, Tintinnina from subtropical waters of the Southern Brazil I Families Codonellidae, Codonellopsidae, Coxliellidae, Cyttarocylidae, Epiplocylidae, Petalotrichidae, Ptychocylidae, Tintinnididae and Undellidae Tintininos Ciliophora, Tintinnina de aguas subtropicais na regiao Sueste-Sul do Brasil I Famillas Codonellidae, Codonellopsidae, Coxliellidae, Cyttarocylidae, Epiplocylidae, Petalotrichidae, Ptychocylidae, Tintinnididae e Undellidae

Fernandes, L.Felicio, 2004:
Tintinnids Ciliophora, Tintinnina from subtropical waters of the Southern Brazil II Families Dictyocystidae, Rhabdonellidae, Tintinnidae and Xystonellidae Tintininos Ciliophora, Tintinnina de aguas subtropicais na regiao Sueste-Sul do Brasil II Familias Dictyocystidae, Rhabdonellidae, Tintinnidae e Xystonellidae

Gomez Caballero, Isabel Olga., 1997:
Tintinnids Protozoa Ciliata of the Peruvian sea and their relations to El Nino event Los tintinidos Protozoa Ciliata del mar Peruano y sus relaciones con el fenomeno El Nino

Morozovskaya, O.I., 1968:
Tintinnoidea in the hypopneustic and lower pelagic layers in the Black and Azov Seas

Weitere, M., 2003:
Tiny and important the position of planktic Protozoa in the food web of rivers Winzig und wichtig die Stellung planktischer Protozoen im Nahrungsgewebe von Fluessen

Schmahl, G.; Schmidt, J.; Mehlhorn, H., 2000:
Tiny microscopic fish parasites - small but able to kill Klein aber oho - mikroskopisch winzige Fischparasiten, die toten konnen

Wisniowski, Bogdan., 2002:
Tiphiidae, Sapygidae, Mutillidae, Pompilidae, Eumenidae, Vespidae and Sphecidae Hymenoptera Aculeata of Ojcow National Park Part I List of species and zoogeographical analysis Zadlowki z rodzin Tiphiidae, Sapygidae, Mutillidae, Pompilidae, Eumenidae, Vespidae i Sphecidae Hymenoptera Aculeata Ojcowskiego Parku Narodowego Cz I Wykaz gatunkow i analiza zoogeograficzna

Abrahamovich, AH. de Alzuet, AB., 1990:
Tipos de asociacion entre acaros e hymenopteros 1 Sennertia A splendidulae Alzuet y Abrahamovich, 1988 Acarina Chaetodactylidae comensal y foretico de Xylocopa S splendidula splendidula Lepeletier, 1841 Hymenoptera Anthophoridae

Lopez, NE., 1990:
Tipos de rareza y su importancia en la conservacion biologica

Anonymous., 2004:
Tipping permitted Storten toegelaten

Schmid-Egger, Christian., 2000:
Tips about scientific work on aculeates Hinweise zum wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten with Stechimmen

Jelinek, U., 2005:
Tips and ideas for the care of Iguana iguana Tipps und Ideen zur Haltung von Iguana iguana

Buchhauser, Peter., 2000:
Tips for all cichlid hobbyists 3rd and last part the feeding of our cichlids, the cause of many failures and diseases Tips fuer alle Cichliden-Liebhaber 3 und letzter Teil die Ernaehrung unserer Cichliden, Ursache vieler Misserfolge und Krankheiten

Skule, Bjarne., 2005 :
Tips for collectors Xylena exoleta Hb and Xylena vetusta L - a tip on how to distinguish the species Samlertips Xylena exoleta Hb og Xylena vetusta L - et tip til artsadskillelsen

Gohl, Karl., 1997:
Tips on finding larvae and rearing of Synanthedon vespiformis L Lepidoptera, Sesiidae Tips zur Raupensuche und Weiterzucht von Synanthedon vespiformis L Lepidoptera, Sesiidae

Wilms, T.; Lohr, B., 2000:
Tips on overwintering of Mediterranean tortoises Hinweise zur Uberwinterung mediterraner Landschildkroten

Hansen, SR., 1977:
Tips on terraria - automatic lighting and heating

Gohl, Karl., 1996:
Tips on the finding of Synanthedon andrenaeformis Lasp larvae Tips zur Suche nach Raupen von Synanthedon andrenaeformis Lasp

Eiroa, E., 1990:
Tipula Pterelachisus curvistylus sp n from the Iberian Peninsula Diptera Tipulidae

Chaniecka, Karolina., 2001:
Tipula Savtshenkia simulans Sav Nematocera, Tipulidae - the second locality of a rare dipteran species in Poland Tipula Savtshenkia simulans Sav Nematocera, Tipulidae - drugie stanowisko w Polsce rzadkiego gatunku muchowki

Suscakova, G.V., 1956:
Tiques Ixodoidea des deserts Bet-Pak-Dala et des regions avoisinantes

Thaler, Konrad., 1999:
Tirolean faunal notes - 12 Arachnida Araneae, Opiliones; Myriapoda Diplopoda; Insecta Diptera Mycetophiloidea Fragmenta faunistica Tirolensia - 12 Arachnida Araneae, Opiliones; Myriapoda Diplopoda; Insecta Diptera Mycetophiloidea

Catzeflis, Francois., 1998:
Tissue and specimen collections and their role in evolutionary systematics Les collections de tissus et de specimens et leur role en systematique evolutive

Malvisi, J.; Della Rocca, G.; Anfossi, P.; Zaghini, A.; Tomasi, I.; Magni, A.; Zanchetta, A.; Sello, M.; Giorgetti, G., 1998:
Tissue disposition and residue kinetics of oxytetracycline, flumequine, amoxycillin and thiamphenicol in seabream Sparus aurata and seabass Dicentrarchus labrax after oral administration Distribuzione e cinetica residuale di ossitetraciclina, flumechina, amoxicillina e tiamfenicolo in orate Sparus aurata e branzini Dicentrarchus labrax dopo somministrazione orale

Goncharov, AP., 1975:
Tissue myiasis infection in sheep and dogs caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata and its cure

Mitrofanov, V.M.Morev, Y.B., 1971:
Tissue reaction of a mollusc to the introduction of a protostrongylid larva

Mitrofanov, VM.; Mitrofanov, VM.; Morev, YuB., 1974:
Tissue reaction of molluscs at the introduction of protostrongylid larvae

Tuchkova, S.J., 1967:
Tissue reserves used in the restoration of the regenerative capacity of extremities in the axolotl suppressed by x-ray treatment

Soares, M. do Carmo Figueredo; Urbinati, E.C.iscuolo; Malheiros, E.B.aga, 2001:
Tissue storage and utilization of lipids in matrinxa, Brycon cephalus Guenther, 1869 Estocagem tecidual e utilizacao de lipideos em matrinxa, Brycon cephalus Guenther, 1869

Abstracts., 1990:
Tisza-Research Conference 20 1989

Bertini,; Santucci, R.M.loni; Arruda-Campos, A.C.lso, 2001:
Titanosaurs Sauropoda Saursichia in the continental Upper Cretaceous Marilia Formation, Echapora Member from Monte Alto, Sao Paulo State, and correlation to associated forms from Triangulo Mineiro Titanossauros Sauropoda Saurischia no Cretaceo Superior continental Formacao Marilia, Membro Echapora de Monte Alto, Estado de Sao Paulo, e correlacao com formas associadas do Triangulo Mineiro

Warren, W., 1910:
Titelblatt noch nicht erschienen

Ballent, S.C.; Ronchi, D.I.; Angelozzi, G.N., 2004:
Tithonian Upper Jurassic calcareous microfossils from the eastern Neuquen Basin, Argentina Microfosiles calcareos tithonianos Jurasico superior en el sector oriental de la cuenca Neuquina, Argentina

Iovceva, P.; Trifonova, E., 1961:
Tithonian Globigerina from north-west Bulgaria

Pszczolkowski, A., 2003:
Tithonian-Hauterivian events from the Lower Subtatric succession of the Tatra Mountains Western Carpathians in the framework of calpionellid stratigraphy southern Poland Zdarzenia tytonu-hoterywu w sukcesji reglowej dolnej Tatr na tle stratygrafii kalpionellidowej

Aube., 1864:
Aube states that Omias concinnus Bohem., Schonh. is identical with O. oblongus Bohem., O. raymon

Brisout de Barneville., 1864:
Brisout de Barneville describes the larva of Erirhinus maculatus Marsh. found in the catkins of Sa

Bates., 1864:
Bates l. c. p. 15 states that he never observed any luminosity in Fulgora laternaria, nor did he f

Merian., 1864:
Dreissena is, according to Hr. Merian l. c., accompanied by Neritina fluviatilis in the Upper Rhin

Thompson, Lady Mary., 1864:
And a paper by Lady Mary Thompson l. c. pp. 232-235, giving an account of her experiment in rearin

Wollaston., 1864:
The same author describes the larva of Eurygnathus latreitlii Lap. from specimens collected in Mad

Champley, R., 1864:
List of existing specimens, R. Champley, op. cit. pp. 235, 236;

Coues, Dr., 1864:
Halocyptena microsoma is described by the same author as the type species of his new genus noticed

Torell., 1864:
And A, cinereus by Torell op. cit. p. 115

Frauenfeld., 1864:
Frauenfeld describes the lame and pupae of Psylla fraxini Lin. and P. cratoegi Scop., and the ef

Marshall., 1864:
Marshall describes the known British species of the genus Cixius. Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 154-156.

Stal., 1864:
Stal has described Paeocera pempicillata Fab. and its varieties, which Include Lydra pallida Guer

Smith., 1864:
Smith, in reply to objections raised by Newman Proc. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1864, p. 14, quotes a stateme

Smith., 1864:
Smith Address to Ent Soc. London, 25th January, 1804, pp. 207-209 reasserts the luminosity of Fulg

Lucas., 1864:
Lucas remarks Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome iv. p. 219 that Belostoma algeriense Duf. belongs

Stal., 1864:
Stal describes Plaeogaster mammosus Am. Serv. from the type in Signoret's collection, Ann. Soc.

Frei-Gessner., 1864:
Frei-Gessner remarks Mitth. Schw. ent. Ges. 1864 p. 250 that Zosmenus atriplicia Becker from Sar

Leon Dufour., 1864:
Leon Dufour describes and figures Cryptostemma alienum H. Sch. Ann Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iv p

D.Vuillefroy., 1864:
De Vuillefroy has given Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iv. pp. 143-144 a tabular synopsis of the

Signoret., 1864:
SIGNORET l. c. p. 548 proposes the formation of a subordinate group, to which he gives the name of

Mayr., 1864:
Halyomorpha, g. n., Mayr, l. c. p. 911. Allied to Pentatoma; head broad and rounded at apex, lateral

Stal., 1864:
Stal states l. c. p. 48 that Galgnpha atra Am. Serr. is identical with Odontoscelis unicolor

Stal., 1864:
Stal characterizes the genus Coptochilus Am. Serv. from the typical specimen in Signoret's colle

Stal., 1864:
ST angstrom L Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, pp. 49-86 has continued his list of Mexican Rhynchota, the p

Signoret., 1864:
SIGNORET Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iii. pp. 541-588 has published a revision of the Chilian

Gunther., 1864:
Three other new species from the Zambesi-regions are described by Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc 1864, viz

Steindachner., 1864:
Polypedates. Dr. Steindachner cannot have had an opportunity of examining many species of Polypcdate

Cope., 1864:
Paludicola pustulosa, n. sp., Cope, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, p. 180, from New Granada. The

Steindachner., 1864:
Fam. UPEROLIIDAE. According to the characters known, a genus established by Steindachner, Verhand. z

Gunther., 1864:
Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1804, p. 47, states that Camariolius Peters is identical with Pterophryn

Steindachner., 1864:
Gomphobates Reinh. Ltk.. Steindachner, Verh. zool. bot. Gesellsch. Wien, 1864, describes and fig

Steindachner, Dr., 1864:
Eupemphix. This genus had been founded by Dr. Steindachner for a frog similar to pleurodema, but wit

Steindachner., 1864:
2. E. fuscomaculatus, Steindachner, l. c. p. 272, taf. 13. fig. 3. This is un doubtedly identical wi

Anonymous., 1864:
Fam. RANIDAE. No Batrachian of this family had been known from Australia; the Recorder Proc. Zool.

Dana, J.D.; Prof., 1864:
Prof. J. D. Dana Amer. Journ. Sc. and Arts, 1864, p. 184 discusses the question whether Amphibians

Anonymous., 1864:
The Recorder has discovered a very singular organ in the male of Epicrium glutinosum; it is evidentl

Krefft., 1864:
Simotes australis, Krefft, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 180 with a woodcut, from Queensland.-The Reco

Krefft., 1864:
Aspidiotes, g. n., Krefft, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 20. Scales smooth; head covered with tegular, s

Gunther., 1864:
Chamaetortus, g. n., Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 310. Scales smooth, those of the vertebral r

Peters, Prof., 1864:
Fam. RACHIODONTIDAE. Prof. Peters describes some varieties of Dasypeltis scaber. Monatsber. Acad. Wi

Edeling., 1864:
Edeling, Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. 1864, describes two new species from Borneo:- Tropidonotus maculatu

Reinhardt., 1864:
Prof. Reinhardt, Overs. Vid. Selsk. Forhandl. Kjobenh. 1863, December, has discovered a very inter

Cantor., 1864:
Cantor's Hurriah sanguiventer Proc. Zool. Soc. 1839, p. 52 has not yet been rediscovered

Edeling., 1864:
Edeling, Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. 1864, describes two new species from Borneo: Calamaria benjaminsii,

Gunther., 1864:
Ceratophora aspera, Gunther, Ac. p. 131, pl. 13. figs. G, G', is a highly interesting species of thi

Cope., 1864:
Mr. Cope obtained permission to examine the specimens of Anolis in the British Museum, collected sin

Cope., 1864:
Mr. Cope states that Uta bicarinata, the type of Dumeril's genus Phymatolepis, cannot be separated f

Carter., 1864:
Spatalura carteri. Mr. Carter describes the colours of this lizard, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 135; i

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Dr. Gray has examined the Stenodactylus caudicinctus A. Dum., and has found that it does not belon

Peters., 1864:
Fam. ACONTIADIDAE. Typhloscincus, g. n., Peters, Monatsbcr. Acad. Wiss. Berl. 1864, p. 271, agrees w

Gunther., 1864:
Fam. SEPSIDAE. Seps monodactylus, sp. n., Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 491, from Palestine.

Gray., 1864:
Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, describes three new species of Euprepis from South-eastern Africa, viz.

Peters, Prof., 1864:
Prof. Peters, Monatsber. Acad. Wiss. Berlin, 1864, has reexamined the typical specimens of Scincoids

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Rhodona punctata. Dr. Gray has received a lizard from the Swan River which he considers a variety of

Cope., 1864:
Mocoa. Cope, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, p. 180, prefers using the more classic and prior na

Strauch., 1864:
Teratoscincus, g. n., Strauch, Bull. Acad. Sc. St. Petersb. 1863, vi. p. 280. Caput tetragono-pyrami

Peters., 1864:
Palate toothless.-M. punctulatus, from the Zambesi. Having lately received one of the typical specim

Gunther., 1864:
Mochlus, g. n., Gunther, Proc Zool. Soc. 1804, p. 308. Similar to Scincus; body and tail elongate; l

Peters., 1864:
Scincus meccensis Hempr. Ehrenb., Wiegra. Arch. Ntrgesch. iii . 1837, p. 127 Peters Monatsber. B

Peters, Dr., 1864:
Fam. SCINCIDAE. Dr. Peters disapproves of the artificial method practised in this family, of establi

Cope., 1864:
Fam. PYGOPODIDAE. Pletholax, g. n., Cope, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, p. 229. Posterior extre

Peters, Dr., 1864:
Fam. ZONURIDAE. Dr. Peters Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 377 vindicates the correctness of the word Ca

Fatio, M., 1864:
Lacerta vivipara. M. Fatio gives a very lengthened description of the different varieties observed b

Gunter., 1864:
Fam. LACERTIDAAE. Fam. Lacertidae. Gunther, Rept. Brit. Ind. pp. 69 70, describes the species of T

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Chitra indica. Dr. Gray l. c. p. 89 shows that three species have been confounded under this name:

Gray, J.E.; Dr., 1864:
Dr. J. E. Gray has made a most valuable contribution to our knowledge of the African and Asiatic spe

Gray, J.E.; Dr., 1864:
Sternothoerus adansonii Schweig.. Dr. J. E. Gray has received specimens of this species from West

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Fam. CHELYDIDAE. Dr. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 128 has examined skulls of several of the gene

Gray., 1864:
The author considers this species the type of a subgenus, Stauremys.

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Dermatemys mawii Bibr.. Dr. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 126 has examined on entire animal, wh

Gunther., 1864:
Fam. EMYDIDAE. The following known species are figured by Gunther, Rept. Brit. Ind.:-Cuora amboinens

Gray, Dr., 1864:
The British Museum has received from Dr. Bleeker the collection of typical specimens of the species

Hoeven, Van Der., 1864:
A statement made by Van der Hoeven Philos. Zool. p. 330, that the number of species of Reptiles kn

Steenstrup., 1864:
Branchiostoma lanceolatum. Prof. Steenstrup observes, with regard to the account given of this fish

Martens., 1864:
Trygonoptera javanica, sp. n., Martens, Monatsber. Acad. Wiss. Berl. 1864, p. 260. The genus Trygono

Gervais, M., 1864:
Raja clavata. M. Gervais has observed a case of notomely in this species; the specimen had a pair of

Gill., 1864:
Notorhynchus Ayres. Mr. Gill makes some remarks on this genus, and distinguishes a Notorhynchus bo

Struver., 1864:
Cestracion phillipii. A detailed description with figures of the Port Jackson Shark has been given b

Gill., 1864:
Polyprosopus Couch. Mr. Gill expresses his conviction that this fish belongs to the genus Cetorhin

Gill., 1864:
Triacis. According to Mr. Gill, Mustelus felis Ayres should be referred to this genus. Proc. Acad.

Gill., 1864:
Mustelus. Mr. Gill describes two new species, viz. M. californicus and M. dorsalis, the latter from

Gill., 1864:
Galeus. Mr. Gill mends this name into Eugaleus, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, p. 148.

du Bocage, M., 1864:
M. du Bocage, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, June 14, enumerates the sharks of Dr. Gray's group Acanthiana,

H.Malmgren., 1864:
Hr. Malmgren mentions Syngnathus typhle and Nerophis ophidion as occurring on the Finnish coasts. Wi

Steenstrup.; Lutken., 1864:
Mola. Prof. Steenstrup and Dr. Lutken have critically examined the species of this genus and their h

Gill., 1864:
In anticipation of a more extended memoir, Mr. Gill expresses his unqualified belief in the opinion

Gill., 1864:
Gymnotus. Mr. Gill names now the Electric Eels Electrophorus, retaining the name of Gymnotus for Car

Bleeker., 1864:
Gymnothorax. Dr. Bleeker has described the following new species in Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. 1804: G.

Bleeker., 1864:
Dr. Bleeker, simultaneously with the fourth volume of his great work, containing the Eels, has publi

Widegren, H., 1864:
Mag. H. Widegren has written a long paper, in which he attempts to show that the River-Trout, Lacust

Gunther, Dr., 1864:
This small family has been established by Dr. Gunther Catal. Fish. v. p. 381 for Haplochiton Jeny

Nilsson., 1864:
Scombersor camperi Prof. Nilsson reports on the occurrence of this species in the Scandinavian seas.

Gunther., 1864:
Dr. Gunther has described a new species of Mormyrus, M. tamandua, from West Africa, Proc. Zool. Soc.

Anonymous., 1864:
Eighth group: ICHTHYBORINA. 42. Ichthyborus g. n.: the two species known are Characinus besse Joa

Gunther., 1864:
Pelotrophus, g. n., Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 314: distinguished from Leuciscus by the form

Bleeker., 1864:
Cutter erythropterus Basil. has been examined by Dr. Bleeker, who corrects the specific and generi

Bleeker., 1864:
Elopichthys. Dr. Bleeker corrects the characters of this genus, which he had established without kno

Cope., 1864:
Cyprinella. Mr. Cope refers Leuciscus kentuckiensis Kirtl. to this genus. Proc. Acad. Nat Sc. Phil

v Siebold., 1864:
Bliccopsis has been established by Prof. v. Siebold for Leuciscus abramorutilus Holandre, which he

Bleeker., 1864:
Parabramis is a new genus founded by Dr. Bleeker on Abramis pekinensis Basil.; it is characterized

Hyrtl., 1864:
Catla buchanani. Prof. Hyrtl has discovered that this fish has the upper part of the oesophagus exce

Jackel., 1864:
Cyprinus. Hr. Jackel mentions hybrids between a variety of the common Carp C. macrolepidotus and t

Bleeker., 1864:
Carpiodes asiaticus, from China, is a new species described by Dr. Bleeker, and interesting as an As

D.Malmgren., 1864:
The following species are mentioned as occurring in Finland by Dr. Malmgren, Wiegm. Arch. 1864, pp.

D.Bleeker., 1864:
Plecostomus bicirrhosus is described by Dr. Bleeker under the new name of Pl. brasiliensis, Blkr. Si

D.Bleeker., 1864:
Callichthys. Dr. Bleeker Silur. Surin. in Natuurk. Verhandl. Holl. Maatsch. Wet. Haarlem, 1864 has

D.Dleeker., 1864:
Auchenipterus maculosus C. V. is considered by Dr. Dleeker identical with Au. galeatus L., Sil

Gunther., 1864:
Ageniosus axillaris, sp. n., Gunther, v. p. 431, from Surinam. This species appears to have been con

D.Bleeker., 1864:
AElurichthys. Dr. Bleeker haa described two of the known species of this genus Silur. Surin. in Nat

D.Bleeker., 1864:
Arius stricticassis C. V.. We are indebted to Dr. Bleeker for a description and figure of this s

D.Bleeker., 1864:
Arius. The following known species have been described and figured by Dr. Bleeker, Silur. Surin. in

Cope., 1864:
Mr. Cope has described a new genus belonging to the Amiurina, which he has named Gronias; it is blin

D.Gunther., 1864:
Pseudobagrus. Silurus calvarius Basil., referred by Dr.Gunther as a doubtful synonym to Ps. fulvid

Bleeker., 1864:
Pimelodus. Dr. Bleeker Silur. Surin, in Natuurk. Verhand. Holl. Maatsch. Wet. Haarlem, 1864 has de

Bleeker., 1864:
Fourth subfamily: SILURIDAE PROTEROPTERAE. F. Bagrina. Bagrus Blkr. with 2 species. Chrysichthys

Gill., 1864:
Mr. Gill l. c. p. 210 has proposed some other generic names, viz., Liopsetta for Platessa glabra

Gill., 1864:
Euchalarodus is a new genus established by Mr. Gill, Proc Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, p. 221, and d

Gill., 1864:
Pleuronectes digrammus Gthr.. Mr. Gill identifies this species with Parophrys vetulus Girard, Pr

Gill., 1864:
Pseudorhombus. Mr. Gill states that Platessa ocellaris and Pl. oblonga of Dekay are identical and ou

Gill., 1864:
Hippoglossus pinguis, Mr. Gill points out the differences between this fish and Pleuronectes cynoglo

D.Gunther., 1864:
Chiasmodus niger Johnson proves to be a Gadoid fish. Dr. Gunther gives a description of it in Cata

D.Steindachner., 1864:
Petenia splendida. A young example of this fish has been figured by Dr. Steindachner in Denkschr. Ac

D.Steindachner., 1864:
Heros. Dr. Steindachner has described and figured the following known species, in Denkschr. Acad. Wi

D.Steindachner., 1864:
Dr. Steindachner, Verh. Zool.-Bot, Ges. Wien 1804, April 6, describes three new species from West Af

Gunther., 1864:
Dr. Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, June 28, describes the following new species from Lake Nyassa:-

Gill., 1864:
Labrus pulcher Ayres and Cossyphus darwinii Jenyns are the types of a distinct genus, Pimelometo

Canestrini., 1864:
Lepadogaster. Prof. Canestrini has examined the Mediterranean species of this genus Arch, per la Zo

Peers, J., 1864:
Mr. J. Peers took 140 Sticklebacks from a trout-stream near Warrington; about one-half of them were

Gunther., 1864:
Dr. Gunther Proc. Zool. Soc 1864, p. 26 has founded a new genus on a specimen from the Pacific coa

Gill., 1864:
Centronotus gunellus, Mr. Gill has made a detailed investigation into the literature and history of

Gill., 1864:
Mr. Gill separates from this family the Stichaeoidae and Cryptacanthoida as two distinct families, d

Gunther., 1864:
Blennius lupulus Bonap.. Dr. Gunther considers the Blenny of the Jordan identical with this specie

Maillard., 1864:
Cotylopus, g. n., Guichenot, in Maillard, Notes sur l'ile de la Reunion, App. p. 9. Similar to Sicyd

Kner., 1864:
Gobius melanostoma Pall., G. fluviatilis Pall., and G. gymnotrachelus Kessl. are redecsribed b

Gill., 1864:
Liparis. The species of this genus are but imperfectly known, and there are considerable discrepanci

Malmgren., 1864:
Cottus gobio. Hr. Malmgren Wiegm. Arch. 1864, p. 272 denies that the rays of the ventral fins are

Armand Moreau, M., 1864:
Trigla. M. Armand Moreau has shown, experimentally, that the sound produced by the Gurnards is under

Gunther., 1864:
Melanocetus is a new genus of fish from the Sea of Madeira, discovered by Mr. Johnson, and described

Gunther., 1864:
Thalassophryne. Dr. Gunther has described a second species of this genus, Th. reticulata, from the P

Gill., 1864:
Echeneis. Mr. Gill divides the species of this genus into two groups and six genera, viz., Remorae w

Gill., 1864:
Trichiurus lepturus. Mr. Gill has critically examined the account given by Hoy of two fishes which h

Gunther., 1864:
Metopias typhiops Lowe proves to be a Berycoid fish; the generic name being preoccupied, Dr. Gunth

Bleeker., 1864:
Paraploactis is described as a now genus by Dr. Bleeker, Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. 1864, p. 168; it is

Gill., 1864:
Sebastes. Mr. Gill states that Sebastes helvomaculatus Ayres is identical with S. rosaceus Girard

Maillard., 1864:
Pimelepterus attipinnoides , sp. n., Guichenot, in Maillard, Notes sur l'Ule de la Reunion, App.

Maillard., 1864:
Pentapus curtus, sp. n., Guichenot, in Maillard, Notes sur l'ile de la Reunion, App. p. 5.-Bourbon.

Bleeker., 1864:
Odontonectes . Dr. Bleeker states that this genus has been erroneously separated from Coesio, but wi

Steindachner., 1864:
Ambassis robustus Gunth. is redescribed and figured by Steindachner, in Arch, per la Zool. 1864, p

Garrett., 1864:
Apogon maculiferus, sp. n., Garrett, Proc. Calif. Acad. Nat Sc iii . 1864 p. 105, from the Sandwich

Gunther., 1864:
Mesoprion aratus, sp. n., Gunther, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 145, from Guatemala and Panama.-Mesopri

Guichenot., 1864:
Grystes lunulatus, sp. n., Guichenot, in Maillard, Notes sur l'Ule de la Reunion, App. p. 4.-D. 10 1

Prof Kner., 1864:
Acerina rossica C. V.. Prof. Kner has received specimens from the Dnjester, which he determines

Prof Krauss., 1864:
Lepidosiren annectens. Prof. Krauss makes some remarks on a living specimen; it fed on Gammari and D

Van der Hoeven., 1864:
The number of species of Fishes known is more than 8000, according to Van der Hoeven, Philos. Zool.

Frauenfeld., 1864:
Frauenfeld describes the development of Thamnotrizon apterus Fab. from eggs deposited in the decay

Kunstler., 1864:
Kunstler reports Verh., zool.-bot Gesellsch. in Wien, Bd. xiv. pp. 769-770 upon the injury dono in

Reiche., 1864:
Reiche mentions that immense clouds of locusts obstructed the march of the French soldiers in the so

Angus., 1864:
Angus records'the occurrence of house crickets, apparently different from the European Gryllus domes

Westwood., 1864:
Westwood, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e serie, tome iv. pl. 6, figures the female of Monandroptera inuncans

Burmeister., 1864:
Burmeister Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, p. 234 records the surprising fact that the female of a species

Saussure, H.; De., 1864:
H. de Saussure describes the following new species Rev. et Mag. Zool. 1864 October:-Polyzosteria.

Dohrn, H., 1864:
H. DOHRN has continued his monographic revision of the Forficulidae Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864. In thi

Walsh., 1864:
Walsh Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol iii. 1864 pp. 200-206 describes and figures the pupa af Baetisca obe

D.Selys-loncchamps., 1864:
DE SELYS-LONCCHAMPS records 24 species of this group in his catalogue of the Neuroptera Odonata of C

Bonavia., 1864:
Bonavia records that an admixture of the pulp of the American aloe with a plaster of clay and cowdun

Hearsey.; Robinson.; Bates., 1864:
On the prevention of the destruction of timber by Termites, some observations were made by Hearsey,

Meyer-durr., 1864:
MEYER-DURR Mitth. Schw. ent. Ges. 1864, pp. 220-223 gives a list of 37 species of Pseudoneuroptera

Giglioli., 1864:
Giglioli Quart Journ. Micr. Sci. vol. iv. describes and figures the following known species of thi

Hagen., 1864:
Polycentropus. Hagen indicates a species from Corsica allied to P.flavo-maculutus, but smaller and p

Parfitt, E., 1864:
E. Parfitt describes the economy af Anabolia nervosa. Zoologist, 1864, p. 8975.

Anonymous., 1864:
The same author Ent. Ann. 1865, pp. 29-36 publishes a catalogue of the British species of Trichopt

M'lachl, N., 1864:
M'LACHLAN l. c. pp. 147-153 discusses the synonymy of several British species of Phryganidae, and

M'Lachlan., 1864:
M'Lachlan Ent. Ann. 1864, pp. 142-147 also refers to this subject, and indicates that the differen

Hagen., 1864:
In an elaborate memoir on the cases of Phryggnidae Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, pp. 113-121 HAGEN gives

M'Lachlan., 1864:
M'Lachlan describes and figures a curious caddisworm-case collected in Ceylon by Dr. Nietner. The ca

Eaton, A.E., 1864:
Sericostoma spencii. A. E. Eaton remarks on the variation of this species, Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. p. 4

M'Lachlan., 1864:
M'Lachlan Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 25-31 has described the British genera and species of Hydropsyc

Hagen., 1864:
HAGEN has published a complete synonymic synopsis of the species of this family Verh. zool.-bot. Ge

M'Lachlan., 1864:
M'Lachlan Ent Trans. 3rd ser. vol i pp. 656-659 gives a revision of the three Fabrician types of t

Brauer., 1864:
Ankylopleryx, g. n., Brauer, Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, Bd. xiv. p. 899. Allied to Chrysopa; maxi

Hagen., 1864:
Sartena, g. n., Hagen, Ann. Soc Ent Fr. 4e ser. tome iv. p. 41. Antennae moniliform, much shorter th

Brauer., 1864:
Isoscelipteron Costa. Brauer Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, Bd xiv. pp. 896-808 characterizes thi

Hagen., 1864:
HAGEN Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4deg. ser. tome iv. pp. 38-46 gives a list of 35 species of true Neuropte

Meyer-durr., 1864:
MEYER-DURR Mitth. Schw. ent. Ges. 1864, pp. 223-225 gives a list of 34 species of true Neuroptera

Stein., 1864:
Stein states Berl. ent Zeits. 1864, p. 385 that his Glomeris dalmatina is identical with G. transa

Peters., 1864:
Prof. Peters Monatsber. Berl. Akad. 1864, pp. 529-547 has given a summary of the species of this f

Busk., 1864:
Lepralia cruenta has been figured by Busk Cat Marine Polyzoa, p. 60, pl. 110. f. 1 as a var. of L.

Reeve., 1864:
Mr. Reeve, Conch. Icon., has figured six species which, with the exception of the first which is fr

Lea, J., 1864:
Mr. J. Lea has characterized the following new species in Froc. Acad.Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, pp. 285

Benson., 1864:
Cyrena quilonica Bens. 1860 has been identified with C, cochinenais Hanley, 1858 by Mr. Benson h

Romer, E.; Von., 1864:
Tapes. Kritische Uebersicht sammtlicher Arten der zur Gattung Venus gchorenden Untergattung Tapes, v

Homer., 1864:
Tivela cora and T. dunkeri, Homer, in Pfr. Mal Blatt pp. 119 120; locality unknown.

Romer., 1864:
The author enumerates all the species known to him, carefully compiling the synonymy and adding crit

Carpenter, P.P., 1864:
Pandora. Contributions towards a monograph of the Pandoridae. By P. P. CARPENTER. Proc. Zool.Soc. 18

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
Acme, Hartm. Pupula Agassiz, Acicula Pfr.. M. Bourguignat distinguishes seven European and two Alg

Martem., 1864:
Realia and Omphalotrcpls. On the affinity of these two genera and their difference from the true Hyd

Martens, E.; Von., 1864:
Dr. E. VON MARTENS has published a paper, Bemerkungen uber naturliche Gruppirung und geographische

Keferstein., 1864:
Dr. KEFERSTEIN proposes for this order the name of Neurobranchia, justly insisting upon the great di

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
Planorbis. M. Bourguignat, Malacol Alger., distinguishes seventeen Algerian specie:- Group of corneu

Bourguignat., 1864:
Unio nanus Dupuy and U. amnicus Retz. are figured from Savoy specimens by Bourguignat, Mal. d'Ai

Pfeiffer, Hr., 1864:
Hr. Pfeiffer describes five species of Clausilia from Crete, in Proc Zool Soc. 1804, pp. 604, 605: C

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
Sect.Zua Leach; type Z. subcylindrica L., lubricaMull.. Sect. Euferussacia Bourg.. Group Fol

Pease., 1864:
Mr. Pease Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, pp. 669 670 has described the following species, which are prob

Cox., 1864:
Mr. Cox has published descriptions of the following species in his 'Catalogue of Australian Land-she

Benson., 1864:
Mr. Benson has described the following species from the Cape of Good Hope, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 18

Martens., 1864:
Tnmcatella scalaroidesMartensMonatsb. Acad. Wiss. Berl. 1864p. 119from Amboina.

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
M. Bourguignat has described three species in Moll. Nouv. iv.: Helix kurdistana, p. 87, pl. 13. fs.

de Paiva, M., 1864:
M. de Paiva has described and figured the following species in Pfeiffer's Malacolog. Blatt. 1864: H.

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
Helix depilata Drap. Tabl., not Pfr.=edentula Drap.. M. Bourguignat has given a description of t

Stabile., 1864:
Species from Northern Italy, Hitherto confounded under the names of Helix zonata and Helix planospir

Bourguignat., 1864:
Helix. It is impossible to recognize the natural affinities of numerous species of Helix described a

Anonymous., 1864:
Nanina Helix weinkauffiana Crosse and Fischer, described in the preceding volume of the Journal d

Martens., 1864:
Nanina parietalis, Martens, Malac. Blatt. 1864, p. 167, from Bengal, has proved to be identical with

Martens, E.; Von., 1864:
Nanina. Dr. E. von Martens has descibed the following species in Monatsber. Acad. Wiss. Berl. 1864:

Pfeiffer., 1864:
Cylindrella. The following Cuban species are described in Pfeiffer, Malac. Blatt. 1864: Cylindrella

Martens., 1864:
G. sicula, Bourg., n. sp. Spire very elongate, columella much arcuate.Sicily.

Lehmann., 1864:
Limacus ia a new genus proposed by Lehmann, Malac. Blatt. 1864, pp. 145-140; it is very closely alli

H.Lehmann., 1864:
Milax. Hr. Lehmann has given a contribution to the anatomy of Amalia marginata Drp., from which it

v Franenfeld., 1864:
Limax schwabi, v. Franenfeld, Verb. Zool. Bot Ges. Wien, 1864, pl. 20, blue, from Moravia

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
Limax alpinus Studer, Fer.. M. Bourguignat is of opinion that no such species exists in the Alps o

Stabile, M., 1864:
M. Stabile states that the colour of some species of Arion for instance of A. rufus is not inheren

Stabile, M., 1864:
M. STABILE, in an appendix to his work Mollusques terrestres vivants du Piemont, 1864 p. 111, c,

Lehmann, Hr., 1864:
Hr. Lehmann Hr. has published a paper entitled Beschreibung einiger Schneckenthiere, in Pfeiff. M

Muller., 1864:
Dr. FRITZ MULLER has published his examinations of some peculiar structures in the seminal fluid of

Adams., 1864:
This genus is stated to be closely, allied to Tethys; the digestive and reproductive organs have bee

Angas., 1864:
Goniodoris. Mr. Angas describes the following species in Joum. Conch.: G. atromarginata Cuv., p. 5

Anonymous., 1864:
Of these the last four are from Ceylon, nud were described in Journ. As. Soc. Beng. and in Ann. Ma

Alder.; Hancock., 1864:
Messrs. Alder and Hancock have described and figured the following species, most of which were disco

Martens, V., 1864:
Dr. v. Martens makes some remarks on Buccinulus, Adams, in Mal. Blatt p. 165; he shows that Mr. Adam

Bourguignat., 1864:
Valrata. Magnified figures of V. alpestris Blauner, piscinalis Mull., obtusa Brard, and contor

Oersted., 1864:
P. 661. vulgaris Paludinella, Oersted, is described in Oersted, De regionibus marinis, Diss. Hav

Gray., 1864:
P. 622. littorea Phil. The figure of the animal given by Philippi in Wiegniann's Archiv and reprod

Martens, E.; Von Dr., 1864:
Moitesseria. Dr. E. von Martens reported on this genus in Mal. Blatt. p. 162; it was established by

Bourguignat, M., 1864:
Hydrobia. M. Bourguignat Malac. Alger. v. describes and figures the following species from Algeria

Adams, A., 1864:
Fenella. A. Adams has published a paper on the animal and affinities of Fenella, with a list of the

Recluz, M., 1864:
Fossarus. M. Recluz has published Observations sur le genre Fossar Fossarus, Journ. Conch. pp. 2

Crosse, M., 1864:
Risella. M. Crosse has published a monograph of this genus, Journ. Conch. pp. 225-243, enumerating n

Weinkauff, M., 1864:
Pleurotoma undatiruga Bivona has been found in a recent state, at Algiers, where it is not very ra

Boivin, M., 1864:
M. Boivin describes and figures the following species of Conus in Journ. Conch. 1864:-C. consul, p.

Anonymous., 1864:
The author devoted two months, at Zaule near Trieste, to observing and investigating this animal, wh

Jeffreys, J.G., 1864:
Jeffreys J. G. Remarks on Stilifer, a genus of quasiparasitic mollusks, with particulars of the Euro

Reeve., 1864:
Ancillaria. Mr. Reeve figures the following species nearly all without known habitat in Conch. Ic.

Weinkauff., 1864:
Triton Tritonitum succinctum Lam., notes on the synonymy by Weinkauff, Journ. Conch. p. 11. The pr

Jouan., 1864:
No other publication on CEPHALOPODA and PTEROPODA, within the year 1864, has come to our knowledge.

Anonymous., 1864:
Twelve species are to be added to, and six to be erased from, a former catalogue by the same author

Anonymous., 1864:
The same author published descriptions of 5 other species in Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 594, and of 2

Morelet., 1864:
We mention here some of the species, the occurrence of which in Algeria was not yet, or at least not

Noll.; Mandel.; Greim, M.., 1864:
The immigration of Dreiasena polymorpha into parts of Europe where it was originally unknown, has co

Flower., 1864:
Echidna. Mr. Flower has examined the brain, and found the optic lobes not essentially different from

Poelman, M., 1864:
Lagenorhynchus acutus. M. Poelman describes and figures a specimen caught on the Belgian coast, unde

Duguid., 1864:
Lagenorhynchus leucopleurus. Dr. Duguid has given ah account of the capture of a shoal of this Dolph

Flower., 1864:
Orea meridionalis, sp. n., Flower, Proc. ZooL Soc. 1864, p. 420, from Tasmania. Two skulls in the co

Van Beneden, M., 1864:
Globiocephalus, M. Van Beneden gives an account of a Cetacean thrown on shore near Antwerp the 27th

Crisp., 1864:
Phocaena communis. Dr. Crisp has dissected a specimen, 3 feet long; the intestinal canal measured 56

Wyman, J., 1864:
Beluga catodon L. or Beluga borealis Less.. Prof. J. Wyman has examined and dissected a male spe

Van Beneden, M., 1864:
Mesoplodon sowerbiensis. M. Van Beneden has given the history of our knowledge of this species, and

Van Beneden., 1864:
Ziphius indicus, sp. n., Van Beneden, Mem. Cour. Acad. Sc. Belgique, 1864, xvi., from the Cape of Go

Malmgren., 1864:
Hyperodon rostratus Pontopp.. This species, named Dogling by the Scandinavians, was observed by

Malmgren., 1864:
Balaenoptera gigas. Hr. Malmgren supposes that he has once seen this species in the sea of Spitsberg

Flower., 1864:
Balaenoptera rostrata Fabr.. Mr. Flower has given a most accurate description of the skeleton of a

Gray., 1864:
Balaena. Dr. Gray makes some observations on a singular horny excrescence on the skin of the jaws of

Jouan, M., 1864:
M. Jouan records the capture of a Whale which he has determined as Rorqualus musculus, on the coast

Gervais, M.; Paul., 1864:
M. Paul Gervais enumerates the species which have been observed at different times on the French coa

Flower, Mr., 1864:
Flower has made important communications on the skeletons of Whales in the Dutch and Belgian collect

Gray., 1864:
Subsequently, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 587, Dr. Gray received the photographs of the cervical verte

Gray., 1864:
In a second paper Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 1864, xiv. p. 345, Dr. Gray gives a Synopsis of the tribe

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Dr. Gray has given an elaborate account of the Cetaceans which have been observed in the seas surrou

von Baer., 1864:
Prof. von Baer has again directed our attention to an opinion which he has held for many years, and

Brandt., 1864:
Manatus. Prof. Brandt Bull. Acad. Sc. St. Petersb. v. p. 7 was inclined to regard the seventh vert

Mennell.; Perkins., 1864:
Bos taurus. Messrs. Mennell and Perkins have collected the evidence in favour of the opinion that th

Bonaparte, P.N., 1864:
Ovis musimon. His Highness Prince P. N. Bonaparte has read before the Society of Acclimatization of

Crisp, Dr., 1864:
Antilope picta. Dr. Crisp mentions a largo glandular patch near to the caecum, and makes some furthe

Sclater, Dr., 1864:
Kobus sing-sing Benn.. Dr. Sclater considers two heads of Antclopes brought by Speke from Uganda a

Swinhoe., 1864:
Cervus. Mr. Swinhoe enumerates in a letter the Deer of China, nine in number, proposing for one of t

Blyth, Dr., 1864:
Dr. Blyth agrees with M. Milne-Edwards that Meminna Gray should be reunited with Tragulus, that M.

Milne-Edwards, M.A., 1864:
One of the most important contributions to the knowledge of Mammals which we have to record during t

Peters., 1864:
Cholaepus hoffmanni. Peters has examined six skeletons of this species, and found in all six cervica

Peters, Prof., 1864:
Bradypus torquatus. Prof. Peters proposes the generic name of Scaepus, if it should be thought neces

Peters, Prof., 1864:
Dasypus peba Burm.. Prof. Peters has found that the Dasypus kappleri of Krauss is identical with t

Peters, Prof., 1864:
Prof. Peters Monatsber. Acad. Wiss. Berl. 1864 describes the following new species: Dasypus pentad

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Georychus. Dr. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 123 proposes a further subdivision of this genus, an

Peters, Prof., 1864:
Haplodons=Aplodontia Richards.. Prof. Peters agrees with Brandt, who considers this genus as the t

Cooper, Dr., 1864:
Lagomys princeps. Dr. Cooper remarks that this rare animal lives about the limits of perpetual snow

Muller., 1864:
Lepus variabilis. Two pairs of this species were introduced into Stromo Faroe from Norway, in 1854

Booking, Dr., 1864:
Hydrochaeus capybara. Dr. Booking has published his observations on the habits of this animal in Wie

Fitzinger, Dr., 1864:
Castor fiber. Dr. Fitzinger has published some observations on the habits of the European Beaver. Zo

Swinhoe., 1864:
Mus coninga, sp. n., Swinhoe, Proc. Zool. Soc 1864, May 10, p. 185, from Formosa. This species is tr

Troechel, Prof., 1864:
Mus. Prof. Troechel has made some remarks on osteological differences between the German species of

Anonymous., 1864:
The permanent teeth are already developed in the faetus,3/3, 1/1; 2/0; 1/1,3/3. In consequence of th

Anonymous., 1864:
The same author has examined the milk-teeth of the Walrus OEfvers. Svensk. Vetensk. Akad. Forhandl.

Anonymous., 1864:
The tusks of these animals do not serve as organs of locomotion, but have a more important function,

Gaimard., 1864:
Gaimard, Voy. Isl. et Groenl. pl. 11, with the name of Phoca hispida, is Ph. annellata, whilst his P

Gray, Dr., 1864:
Dr. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p. 27 has received a Seal from the west coast of North America whi

H.Malmgren., 1864:
Ursus maritimus. Hr. Malmgren makes some remarks on its habits, Wiegm. Arch. 1864, p. 64. OEfvers.

Swinhoe., 1864:
Mr. Swinhoe regards the Bear of the Island of Formosa as an undescribed animal, for which he propose

Sclater, Dr., 1864:
Ursus. Dr. Sclater reports on the different Japanese Bears living in the Zoological Gardens in the R

Gray., 1864:
Dr. Gray has reexamined the specimens of Bears in the col-lection of the British Museum, paying part

Gray., 1864:
Anahyster Murray. Dr. Gray has examined the skull of the typical specimen on which Mr. Murray had

Malmgren., 1864:
Hr. Malmgren Wiegm. Arch. 1864, p. 66 says that in winter they feed on Ptarmigan and on the remain

Blyth., 1864:
Viverra. Dr. Blyth makes some remarks on the geographical distribution and variations of the Asiatic

Gray, J.E., 1864:
Dr. J. E. Gray has given a complete revision of the genera and species of this group, in Proc. Zool.

Peters., 1864:
The two species differ also in the form of different parts of the skull and of the dentition, althou

Peters., 1864:
Prof. Peters proposes, in his memoir on Solenodon Abhandl. Akad. Wiss. Berl. 1864, the following a

Anonymous., 1864:
The former is from the West Indies, the latter from the continent of tropical America, especially fr

Wahlgren., 1864:
Vespcrtilio bechsteinii. The occurrence of this species in Sweden is recorded by Wahlgren, in Ofvers

Hyrtl., 1864:
Prof. Hyrtl describes parts of the arterial system of several species of this family. Denkschr. Akad

Peters., 1864:
Chiromys madagascariensis. Prof. Peters has examined a young example with milk-teeth; he found a sma

Sclater., 1864:
Galago garnettii. Dr. Sclater has figured this species from a living example. Proc, Zool Soc 1864, p

Sclater., 1864:
Dr. Sclater is inclined to consider Galago monteiri Bartlett as a pale variety of this apecies. Pr

Kirk., 1864:
On the same animal, see Kirk, ibid. p. 650.

Flower., 1864:
Stenops javanicus. Mr. Flower gives a very detailed description of the brain of this species, token

Hyrtl., 1864:
Lemur rufxs. Prof. Hyrtl describes the retia mirabilia, in Denkschr. Acad. Wiss. Wien 1864, xxii. p.

Sclater, Dr., 1864:
Dr. Sclater has given a list of the different species living in the menagerie of the Zoological Soci

Dana, J.D., 1864:
Prof. J. D. DANA has commenced to publish a scries of papers, in which he exhibits his ideas of a na

Van der Hoeven., 1864:
The number of known species of Mammals is, according to Van der Hoeven Philos. Zool. p. 330, 1800;

Peers, J., 1864:
J. Peers describes the larva of Plerophorus trigonodactyhs. Entomologist, vol. ii. p. 38.

Stainton., 1864:
Stainton Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. p. 11-14 calls attention to Schleich's observations on the larva of

Schleich., 1864:
Schleich describes the transformations of Pterophorus didactylus Linn., Stett. ent Zeit. 1864, pp.

Stainton., 1864:
Ornix. Stainton describes and figures the following species of this genus Nat. Hist. Tineina, vol.

Stainton., 1864:
Gracilaria. Stainton describes and figures the following species of this genus Nat. Hist. Tineina,v

Barrett., 1864:
Barrett remarks on the variation of Gelechia humeralis. Ent M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 170 171.

Amyot., 1864:
Amyot has described the ravages committed on lilacs by Gracilaria syringella, the caterpillars of wh

Haberlandt., 1864:
Haberlandt has described the mode of life of Tinea pyrophagella Koll., and indicated the injury in

Newman., 1864:
Newman describes the larva of Argyresthia nitidella .Entomologist,vol. ii .1864 p. 63.

Anonymous., 1864:
The same author describes the economy of Antispila treitschkiella and A. pfeifferella. Entomologist,

Healy., 1864:
Healy also describes the larvae of Adela degeerella, and refers to tome points in the economy of tho

Healy, C., 1864:
C. Healy describes the characters and mode of life of the larva of Micropteryx unimaculella: Ent. M.

Stainton., 1864:
Stainton Ent. Ann. 1864 pp. 163-171 publishes notes on the lame of numerous species of this group,

Lucas, H., 1864:
Parasia lappella . H. Lucas has described the larva of this species as feeding, like that of a weevi

Muhlig., 1864:
Coleophora. Muhlig Stett. ent Zeit 1864,p. 160 See Ent. M. Mag. vol. i . 1864 p. 77. maintains th

Stainton., 1864:
STAINTON has published Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. vol. i . pp. 637-655 a revision of the European specie

Sauveur.; Fologne., 1864:
SAUVEUR and FOLOGNE have published Ann. Soc. Ent. Belge, tome vii. p. 95 et seq. a complete list o

Clemens., 1864:
Anchylopera. Of this genus Clemens describes eight new North American species Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil

Newman., 1864:
Newman Entomologist, vol. ii. describes the larvae of Tortrix viburnana p. 62 and Peronea caledo

Piffard, B., 1864:
B. Piffard publishes some remarks on the habits of Padisca oppressana Treits.. Ent. M. Mag. vol. i

Breyer., 1864:
Breyer Ann. Soc. Ent. Belg. 1863, p. 43 describes the transformations of Olindia ulmana Hubn..

Wahnschaffe., 1864:
Wahnschaffe Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, pp. 313-317 describes the transformations of the Green Oak-Ter

Clemens., 1864:
Anchylopera. Clemens Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. iii. p. 509 proposes a division of this genus into

Walker., 1864:
Walker List Lepidopt. Ins. xxx. has published in an appendix the following species of Crambites ad

Barrett, Jos., 1864:
C. G. Barrett describes the habits of Madopa salicalis, and of some other species, Ent M. Mag. vol.

Fologne., 1864:
Fologne describes and figures a six-spotted variety of Ennychia octomaculalis. Ann. Soc Ent Beige, t

Milliere., 1864:
Milliere describes and figures the different states of Hoemerosia renalis. Hubn. The larva feeds o

L.Harpe., 1864:
La Harpe remarks upon the following species taken by Meyer-Durr near Lugano: Acidalia asbestaria Ze

Greene, Jos., 1864:
Jos. Greene describes the larva of Thera coniferata. Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. p. 71.

Crewe., 1864:
Crewe Ent. Ann. 1865, pp. 117-127 has also published notes on the preparatory states of several sp

Harpur-Crewe., 1864:
Harpur-Crewe describes the metamorphoses of Eupithecia pulchellata, the larva of which feeds upon th

Hellins, J., 1864:
J. Hellins describes the development of Cidaria russata and C. immanata, which he regards as two dis

D'Orville., 1864:
D'Orville has published some notes on Coremia ferrugata and C. unidentaria, which he has bred from t

Guenee., 1864:
Guenee states that aenochroma quaternaria H. Sch. is a variety of the male of Phallria ophiutaria

Masters., 1864:
Masters Proc. Ent Soc. N. S. W. p. xxiv describes the male of Gastrophora henricaria Guenee.

Breyer., 1864:
Breyer also describes l. c. pp. 45, 46 a peculiar structure in the caterpillar of Anisopteryx actr

Breyer., 1864:
Breyer Ann. Soc. Ent. Beige, 1803 describes and figures the larvae of the following species of thi

Guenee., 1864:
GUENEE Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. tome iv. p. 13 discusses the position of the OEnochromides, which

Newman., 1864:
The larvae of the following species are described by Newman Entomologist, vol. ii.: Bryophila glan

Greene, J., 1864:
J. Greene describes the larva of Tethea subtusa. Ent M. Mag. vol. i. p. 70, W.

Dietrich., 1864:
Dietrich states Mittheil Schw. ent. Ges. 1834, p. 258 that Heliothis armigera has been reared from

Kretzschmar., 1864:
Kretzschmar describes the laevae of Nonagria sparganii, N. nexa, Tapinotola fluxa, T. elymi, Cuculli

Anonymous., 1864:
The same author has some remarks on the American species of the genus Gortyna, Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil.

Grote., 1864:
Grote proposes the name Pseudothyatira for bis genus Lacinia, the latter name being preoccupied in M

Reakirt., 1864:
Crocota choriona, Reakirt, Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. ii. p. 871, C. nigricans, Reak. ibid., and C.

Newman., 1864:
Newman Entomologist, vol. ii. p. 123 describes the larva of Lithosia caniola.

Buckler, W., 1864:
W. Buckler describes the larvae of six species of the genus Lithosia, in Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 48

Fologne., 1864:
Fologne describes and figures a variety of Lithosia rosea, Ann. Soc. Ent. Belge, tome vii. p. 126, p

Fraser., 1864:
Fraser records the occurrence of larvae of Deiopeia pulchella feeding upon the seeds of Physostigma

Girard., 1864:
Girard records a singular case of parasitism in Chelonia caja, in which a pupa of this insect produc

Hobson, Julian., 1864:
Julian Hobson describes the economy of the Tusseh Silkworm Saturnia mylitta. Zoologist, 1864, pp.

Faivre., 1864:
By Faivre ibid, tome lix. p. 894

Pinson., 1864:
By Pinson ibid, tome lviii. p. 909