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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38829

Chapter 38829 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

Guenn-Meneville., 1864: Notes on sericiculture, and on the introduction into France of new species of Silkworms, were commun

Hutton., 1864: Hutton Trans. Ent. Soc. pp. 143-173 attributes the prevalence of muscardine and other diseases amo

Guard., 1864: Guard has published a note on the Dipterous parasites of the common Silkworm Sericaria mori and th

Beavan., 1864: Beavan gives an account of the breeding of the Tuaseh Silkworm Antheraea paphia in Bengal, with a

Cornalia., 1864: Cornalia Atti della Soc. Ital. vol. vi. p. 35 has given a notice of some of the attempts made at t

Van Westmaas., 1864: Van Westmaas Tijdschrift voor Entom. vii. pp. 75-110 describes the first attempts at breeding Anth

Boisduval., 1864: Boisduval regards Antheraea yama-mai and A. pernyi as climatal varieties of A. mylitta. Bull. Soc. E

Guerin-Meneville., 1864: Guerin-Meneville has found that the larvae of the Japanese Silkworm Antheraa yama-mai are develope

Guerin-Meneville., 1864: Guerin-Meneville announced the return of M. Simon from North China, with eggs and cocoons of Anthera

Hoffmann., 1864: Hoffmann has published a Dutch translation of a Japanese book on the Yama-Mai silkworm Bombyx yama-

Gascoyne, G., 1864: G. Gascoyne describes the life-history of Liparis auriflua, Zoologist, 1864, p. 9332.

Brown'., 1864: Brown's remarks on the genus Acentropus and its affinities from Sir Oswald Mosley's 'Natural Histor

Anonymous., 1864: Grote regards Walsh's Sphingiceampa distigma see ante, p. 832 as specifically identical with Dryoc

Breyer., 1864: Breyer publishes a figure of a variety of Bombyx qu Ann. Soc. Ent. Beige, tom. vil. pl. 7. fig 2.

Perris., 1864: Penis records the destruction of great numbers of the torpid larva of Bombyx pitycoampa in the Lande

Kretxachmar., 1864: Kretxachmar deecribes an hermaphrodite Saturnia pavania. Berl. ent. Zeita. 1864, p. 397.

Couper., 1864: Couper records the discovery of larva of Attocus polyphemus near Quebec, feeding on the sweet briar

Packard., 1864: The following species of Nyctemera, from the Malayan region, are described by Walker List Lepid. xx

Grots., 1864: Grots states, on Walker's authority, that Hepialus argenteo-maculatus, var., of Brit Mus. Cat. Lep.,

Scott., 1864: Scott describes the occurrence of parasitic fungi upon the larva of his Pielus swainsoni, and other

Scott., 1864: Scott figures and describes Charagia lignivora Lewin, Austral. Lepid. p. 5, pl. 2 Phloropsyche ve

Breyer., 1864: Breyer describes and figures the transformations of Thyris fenestrella Scop., Ann. Soc. Ent. Beige

Kirkpatrick., 1864: Kirkpatrick states that the food-plants of Sesia dijffins are the Snowberry Symphoricarpus racemosu

Walker., 1864: Walker has described the following species as new: Zygaena ngamica List Lep. xxxi. p. 61, from Lak

Cooper, E., 1864: E. Cooper describes a variety of Zygaena filipendulae, having the parts ordinarily red of a dark bro

Horton., 1864: Horton publishes observations on the newly hatched larve of Procrii geryon and P. statices. Ent. M.

Horton, E., 1864: E. Horton discusses the evidence in favour of the specific separation of Ino Procris geryon from I

Gartner., 1864: Gartner Stett. Ent. Zeit 1864, pp. 155-158 describes the life-history of Atychia Procris appendi

Packard., 1864: Packard has published an elaborate paper on the Zygaenidae Proc. Essex Inst. vol. iv. pp. 7-47, in

Walker., 1864: Walker has described Castma papilionaris List Lepid. xxxi p. 42, from Bogota, and C. morphoides p

Walker., 1864: Walker describes the following species as new: Macroglossa vacillans List Lepid. zzxi. p. 27, from

Piochard, De La Brulerie., 1864: Piochard de la Brulerie deecribes a variety of acroglossa stellatarum. Ann. Soc. Ent. Er. 4e ser. to

Lintner., 1864: Lintner Proc. Ent. Soc. Fhil. vol. iii. describes the metamorphoses of 16 species of this family i

Anonymous., 1864: Liphyra, g. n., Westw. Proc. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1864, p. 31. Body short and thick; eyes large; palpi mi

Bellier de la Chavignerie., 1864: Bellier de la Chavignerie describes a variety of the male of Lycaena escheri, Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 18

Bar., 1864: Bar Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome iv. pp. 29-38 describes the habits of the species of Morpho ob

Hewitson., 1864: Eresia, The following new species of this genus are figured and described by Hewitson, Exot. Butt. J

Behr., 1864: Argynnis coronis, Behr in Edwards's Notes on Argynnides of California, Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. iii.

Newman, E., 1864: E. Newman Entomologist, vol. ii. describes the larvae of Argynnis paphia p. 77 and Vanessa Calbu

Hewitson., 1864: Hewitson figures Romalaeosoma zampa Westw., Exot. Butt. July 1864, figs. 1 3.

Hewitson., 1864: Hewitson figures a variety of Calagramma bonplandii, Exot. Butt. Jan. 1864, Catagr. pl. 10. fig. 72.

Seghers., 1864: Seghers describes the development of the dwarf variety ioides, Dahl of Vanessa io Lin., and ascr

Trapp., 1864: Trapp remarks upon the different localities inhabited by Melitaea artemis and M. merope, and especia

Behr., 1864: Melitaea. BEHR remarks Proc. Cal. Acad. 1863, p. 92, on the geographical distribution of this genu

Bates., 1864: BATES Journ. of Ent. ii. pp. 177-185 has some valuable observations upon the classification and ha

Edwards., 1864: Edwards has described the female of Argynnis diana Cram., of which the male only was previously kn

Capronnier., 1864: A variety of Argynnis euphrosyne is described and figured by Capronnier. Ann. Soc. Ent Belge, tome v

Edwards., 1864: Edwards Proc Ent Soc. Phil. iii. pp. 434-436 gives an abstract of Behr's notes on Californian Argy

Behr., 1864: Danais archippus is said by Behr Proc. Cal. Acad. Nat Sci. 1863, p. 184 to occur throughout Califo

Edwards., 1864: Edwards states with regard to Boisduval's Melitaea pulchella from California, that it is probably on

Newman., 1864: The larae of Pieris napi, Anthocharis cardamines, and Gonepteryx rhamni are described by Newman, Ent

Lang., 1864: Thestias aenippe. This species is said by Lang to be subject to considerable variation, apparently d

Bowles., 1864: Bowles records the occurrence of Pieris rapae in Canada, but states that, from its distribution, it

Kirby., 1864: Kirby Ent. Ann. 1865, pp. 24 28 also maintains the distinctness of C. hecla and C. boothii, and th

Guenee., 1864: Guenee discusses the question of the specific identity or distinctness of Colias hecla Lefebv. and

Felder, C.; Felder, R., 1864: Papilio. C. R. Felder Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, Bd. xiv. describe the following new species

Felder., 1864: Euryades, Felder, Verb. zool.-bot. Gesellsch. in Wien, xiv. pp. 327 376. Allied to Papilio; antenn

Reakirt., 1864: Atrophaneura, Reakirt, Proc. Ent. Soc. Philad. vol. iii. p. 440. Allied to Ornithoptera; fore wings

Reakirt., 1864: REAKIRT Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. iii. describes numerous known species of Papilionides from the

Lucas., 1864: Lucas describes the geographical distribution of Papilio machaon, which is found, with some little v

Lintner., 1864: Lintner records the dates of appearance in New York, and describes the metamorphoses of the followin

Bates., 1864: Bates Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. p. 2 describes the female of Papilio numitor Cram.. .Bates Ent M. Ma

Hewitson., 1864: Hewitson figures Papilio numicus Hopffer, Exot. Butt. Papilio, pl. 6. fig. 17.

MacLeay, W., 1864: W. MacLeay states Proc. Ent. Soc. N. S. W. 1863, p. xxii that Papilio antinous Don. has been err

Felder, C.; Felder, R., 1864: C. R. Felder,in the first portion of their Catalogue of Lepidoptera Verb. zool.-bot. Gee. in Wien

Sauveur.; Colbeau., 1864: SAUVEUR and COLBEAU have commenced Ann. Soc. Ent. Belge, tome vii. p. 53 an elaborate series of re

Wallace., 1864: Wallace's paper read before the Linnean Society, On the phenomena of variation and geographical di

Kirby., 1864: Kirby Ent. Annual, 1865, pp. 22-28 gives a list of several species of European Butterflies as a su

Kirkpatrick., 1864: Kirkpatrick has given a List of the Diurnal Lepidoptera found in the vicinity of Cleveland, Ohio

Herrich-schaffer., 1864: HERRICH-SCHAFFER Corresp.-Blatt zool.-mineral. Ver. Regensb. 1864 has commenced an analytical cla

Bates., 1864: BATES Journ of Entom. ii. 1864 p. 176 proposes the following classification of the Rhopalocera in

Bar., 1864: Bar Bull Soc. Ent Fr. 1864, p. xxiv records the occurrence upon a sloth of numerous parasitic inse

Fologne., 1864: Fologne likewise publishes a long list of addenda to the Lepidopterous fauna of Belgium, some of whi

Sauveur., 1864: Sauveur has published a series of notes on the occurrence of certain species of Lepidoptera in vario

Hodgkinson, J. B., 1864: J. B. Hodgkinson publishes a list of Lepidoptera captured by him in Wes'moreland in 1863. Zoologist,

Barrett, C. G., 1864: C. G. Barrett gives a note of the more remarkable species of Lepidoptera met with by him at Rannoch,

Gascoyne., 1864: Gascoyne notes the gradual reappearance of certain species of Lepidoptera which had been rare in the

Grote., 1864: Grote Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. iii. pp. 74,75 gives a list of some species of Lepidoptera from A

Barrett., 1864: Barrett Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 93, 04 describes his experience of collecting Lepidoptera from th

Knaggs., 1864: H. G. Knaggs has published some instructions on collecting and breeding Lepidoptera in Ent M. Mag. v

Jordan., 1864: The variations presented by Lepidopterous insects, both in the larva and perfect states, are classif

Cox., 1864: Captain Cox has communicated to the Entomological Society some Notes on collecting Lepidopterous la

Wullschlegel., 1864: Wullschlegel Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, pp. 193 304 publishes his observations on the periods of oc

Keferstein., 1864: KEFERSTEIN Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, pp. 103-105 reports on the general characters of the Lepidopter

Wocke., 1864: WOCKE has published a report of the results of his collecting in Norway, Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, pp.

Doebner., 1864: Doebner Stett ent. Zeit. 1664, p. 196 describes a perfect hermaphrodite of Saturnia carpini, in wh

Martin, Emmanuel., 1864: Emmanuel Martin has given a description of the entomological phenomena of winter at Hyeres, in Bull

de la Chavignerie, Bellier., 1864: Bellier de la Chavignerie gives some account of the results of his entomological expedition to Corsi

Wallace, A. B., 1864: A. R. WALLACE also communicated to the same Society Proc. Ent. Soc. 1864, p. 21 some remarks on th

Wallace, A. R., 1864: A. R. WALLACE has communicated to the Entomological Society of London Proc. Ent. Soc. 1864, p. 15

Wagner., 1864: Wagner's paper is translated in Nat. Hist. Review, 1864, pp. 226-229.

Herrich-Schaffer., 1864: This subject is also reported on by Herrich-Schaffer, Corresp.-Blatt. Zool.-mineral. Ver. in Regeusb

Loew., 1864: LOEW Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, pp. i-x has published an elaborate report on the viviparous larvse ob

Kunstler., 1864: Kunstler Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Bd. xiv. pp. 779-784 describes the ravages of several inju

Colloredo-Mannsfeld, Prince., 1864: The same author reports on some insects destructive to plants, sent to him by Prince Colloredo-Manns

Frauenfeld., 1864: Frauenfeld Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Bd. xiv. 1864 pp. 383, 384 describes the occurrence of p

Couper., 1864: Couper describes the habits of Eurytoma fulvipes Fitch, which produces a sort of gall upon Triticu

Snellen van Vollenhoven., 1864: Snellen van Vollenhoven Tijdschr. voor Ent vii. deel, pp. 59-68 describes the transformations of C

Lucas., 1864: Lucas has described the transformations of Lophyrus pint Fab.. Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e serie, tome iv

Frauenfeld., 1864: Frauenfeld records the occurrence of an enlargement of the egg previous to hatching in two species o

Norton., 1864: Norton describes a variety of Trichiosoma triangulum Kirby from the Colorado Proc. Ent Soc. Phila

Hartig., 1864: Hartig has observed the oviposition of Sirex gigas in the Black Forest between 6th and 14th August.

Walsh., 1864: Tribalia, g. n., Walsh, Proc. Ent Soc. Philad. vol. ii. p. 470. Intermediate between Rhodites and Ib

Lucas., 1864: Lucas describes an agglomeration of galls of Cynips Apophyllus aptera. Bull. Soc. Ent Fr. 1864, p.

Saunders.; Smith.; Westwood., 1864: Some remarks on the habits of Cynips aptera, and on the relations of the sexes in the genus Cynips,

Bassett., 1864: Bassett remarks that the male of his Cynips q. singularis =C. q. nubilipennis, Harr. and of C. q.

Walker., 1864: Walker Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd series, vol. ii. pp. 181-206 has described 44 new species of the genus

Walker., 1864: Walker Ent. Trans. l. c. p. 207 proposes the name Eudoxinna for the genus of Chalcidites described

Aube., 1864: Aube describes the habits of a large black Ant Atta capitata? found abundantly in the South of Fra

Anonymous., 1864: Some remarks on the abundance or scarcity of Wasps in particular years, and their connexion with col

Stone., 1864: The mode in which the insects are induced to construct these nests is described by Stone, Proc. Ent

Smith, F., 1864: F. Smith exhibited to the Entomological Society examples of Wasps' nests of fantastic shapes artific

Edgeworth., 1864: Edgeworth has published Ann. Mag. N. II. 3rd ser. vol. xiii 1864 pp. 466-474 some notes on the h

Cresson., 1864: Osmia. Of this genus Cresson describes the following new North American species Proc Ent Soc. Phil

Smith., 1864: Smith records the occurrence of Bombus pomorum Panz. in Britain. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1864; and Ent. An

Tegetmeier., 1864: Tegetmeier mentions an instance in which Bees, upon taking possession of a tenantless hive with empt

Siebold., 1864: SIEBOLD has investigated some hermaphrodite bees belonging to the Italian race, obtained from a Dzie

Smith., 1864: Smith publishes observations on British Hymenoptera, and especially on the scarcity of Andrenidae an

Smith., 1864: Smith Zool. pp. 9073-9077 replies to Newman, and cites several instances of apparent reasoning in

Newman., 1864: Newman Zool. pp. 9055-9057 supports Waterhouse's view of the formation of Bees' cells.

Tegetmeier., 1864: Tegetmeier Proc. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1864, p. 33 holds that the cell of the hive-bee is always hemisph

Mik., 1864: Lobioptera marginata, Mik margariiata on plate and in its explanation, Verh. zool-bot Ges. in Wien

Walker., 1864: Eristalis. Walker describes the following new species Proc. Linn. Soc vol. vii.: Eristalis aquipar

Walker., 1864: Walker describes the supposed male of his Baccha purpuricola. Froc. Linn. Soc. vol vii. p. 212

Walker., 1864: Walker publishes some observations on swarms of Syrphi observed last year in the Isle of Wight. Ent.

Frauenfeld., 1864: Platypeza faiciata Fab.. Frauenfeld Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Band xiv. pp. 68 69 describ

Brauer., 1864: The perfect insect emerged, in the case observed by Krefft, in thirty-two days. This parasite is com

Krefft., 1864: Krefft has given Trans. Ent Soc. N. S. W. p. 100, pl. 8 a description of the metamorphosis of a Di

Brauer., 1864: Brauer Verh. zool-bot. Ges. in Wien, Band xiv. pp. 891-803 mentions the occurrence of OEstridan la

Bergenstamm., 1864: Discomyza incurva. Bergenstamm Verh. zool-bot Ges. in Wien, Band xiv. pp. 713-716 describes the me

Kaltenbach., 1864: Agromyza populi, Kaltenbach, Verhand. naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinl. und Westph. 1864, p. 336. This sp

Kaltenbach., 1864: Phytomyza orobanchia, Kaltenbach, Verh. naturh. Vereins preusa. Rheinl. und Westph. 1864, p. 265. He

Lioy., 1864: Macrothorax, Lioy, Atti Ist. Ven. 3 ser. torn. ix. p. 1121. Allied to Siphonella; forehead smooth; s

Cohn., 1864: Cohn records the occurrence of a species of Chlorops in the wheat-fields of Silesia, in 1864, which

Van der Wulp., 1864: Van der Wulp Tijdschr. voor Ent. pp. 120-143 has some observations on the species of Sepsis and th

Lioy., 1864: Sapromyzosoma, g. n., Lioy, Atti 1st Yen. 31 ser. torn. ix. p. 1009. Allied to Lycia R.-D. and Sap

Laboulbene., 1864: Helomyza. Laboulbene has described the history of several species of this genus, the larva of which

Kaltenbach., 1864: Anthomyia polygoni, sp. n., Kaltenbach, Verhand. naturk. Ver. preuss. Rheinl. und Westph. 1864, p. 8

Lioy., 1864: Psiloptera, Lioy, Atti Ist. Yen. 3a ser. tom. ix. p. 906. Allied to Hydrotoa; antemae short, arista

Perris., 1864: According to Perris, Curtoneura stabulans is not exclusively mycetophagous. He has obtained it twice

Lioy., 1864: Entomophaga, Lioy, Atti Ist. Ven. 3a ser. tom. ix. p. 1332. Allied to Actia R.-D.; second joint of

Lioy., 1864: Trisometopia sic, Lioy Atti Ist Ven. 3a ser. tom. x p. 77. Allied to Phora; forehead with a transv

Laboulbene., 1864: Phora pallipes is described among tuberivorous Diptera by Laboulbene, Ann. Soc Ent Fr. 4e serie, tom

Loew., 1864: Gymnopternus. Loew describes the following new North American species of this genus, Mon. N. Amer. D

Loew., 1864: The following new North American species are also described by Loew, Mon, N. Amer. Dol.: Dolichopus

Loew., 1864: The following known species of this family are figured by Loew Mon. N. Amer. Dolichop.: Hygroceleu

Gerstacker., 1864: Gerstacker has published a list of the species of Dolichopodidoe found in the vicinity of Berlin. St

Loew., 1864: Rhagoneurus Rhagencura, Rond.. Loew Mon. N. Am. Dol. p. 346 characterizes this genus as follows

Loew., 1864: Loew Mon. N. Amer. Dolich. pp. 11-13 gives the following tabular arrangement of the genera of this

Loew., 1864: Rhamphomyia. Nine new species of this genus from New Hampshire are described by Loew Berl. entom. Z

Lioy., 1864: Empis salicina, Lioy, Atti Soc. Ital. Sci. Nat vol. vi. p. 380. Lioy notices its occurrence at Vanci

Loew., 1864: Empis. Loew has described four new species of this genus from North America Berl. entom, Zeits. 186

Loew., 1864: Loew states Berl. entom. Zeitsch. 1864, p. 99 that his Empis picta is identical with E. spiloptera

Frauenfeld., 1864: Frauenfeld has bred specimens of Argyramoeba leucogaster Meig. from larvoe found in the nests of C

Loew., 1864: Pachyrrhina. The following North American species are described by Loew Berl. ent Zeits. 1864 .Pac

Osten-Sacken., 1864: Ctenophora. Osten-Sacken Proc Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. iii. describes five new North American species

Osten-Sacken., 1864: Osten-Sacken states that of the five species of Ctenophora recorded in his Catalogue, two, namely C.

Loew., 1864: Bibio. Loew Berl. entom. Zeitachr. 1864 describes the following new species from North America .Bi

Lioy., 1864: Ganja, Lioy, Atti. Ist. Ven. 3e ser. tomo. ix. p. 229. Lioy proposes this name for Macrocera Meig.

Laboulbene., 1864: Laboulbene describes Sciara ingenua L. Duf. as a tuberivorous insect Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. to

Lioy., 1864: Trichoptera, Lioy, Atti Ist Ven. 3 ser. tomo ix. p. 1109. Allied to Drosophila and Triroscelis Rond

Kunstler., 1864: The ravages of the same insect form the subject of a paper by Kunstler l. c. pp. 407-412, who also

Haberlandt., 1864: Haberlandt Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien,Bd. xiv. pp. 401-406 describes the occurrence of Cecidomy

Walsh., 1864: Walsh, in his memoir on the Cecidomyidan galls of the North-American willows Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil.

Mik., 1864: Mik has published some notes on the preparatory states of various Diptera, Verb. zool.-bot Ges. in W

Van der Wulp., 1864: Van der Wulp has completed his synonymic catalogue of the Diptera of Holland, which includes 1043 sp

Schiner., 1864: Schiner Verb. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, Band xiv. pp. 785-791 remarks, in introduction to Mik's Dip

Lioy., 1864: LIOY, in his memoir on the classification of the Diptera Atti Istituto Veneto, tomo ix., divides t

Schiner., 1864: SCHINER Verh. zool.-bot. Get. in Wien, Bd. xiv. pp. 193-200 proposes a new nomenclature for the ve

Hodge., 1864: Mr. HODGE Trans. Tyneside Nat. Field Club, vol. vi. p. 195, or Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. xiii. p. 116

Hesse, H., 1864: To these M. Hesse adds, in his fourth communication On some now or rare Crustacea of the coast of F

Anonymous., 1864: In a communication which he had previously published Acta Nova Reg. Soc. Scient. Upsal., vol. iii.

Lilijeborg., 1864: Prof. LILIJEBORG Ann. des. Sc. Nat. vol. ii. pp. 289-556

Ayres, Dr.., 1864: Dr. Ayres states Proc. Calif. Acad. Nat Sc. iii. p. 66 that large masses of barnacles were found f

Hesse, M., 1864: M. Hesse, in his third article on rare or new Crustacea of the French coast Ann. des Sci. Nat. ser.

Hesse, M., 1864: We have not seen Costa's figure, alluded to; but if it resembles at all that given by Prof. Claus, t

Claus., 1864: Lutkenia, g. n., Claus, Zeitschr. wiss. Zool. 1864, p. 369: Cephalopereione diviso, annulis pereioni

Claus, C., 1864: Prof. Dr. C. Claus Zeitschr. fur wise. Zool. p. 365 contributes to our knowledge of the parasitic

Hackel., 1864: Prof. HACKEL Jena. Zeitschr. Med. und Naturwiss. p. 61 publishes the results of his observations i

Thorell., 1864: In a full and interesting monograph on this family OEfvers. af k. Vet. Akad. Forh No. 1, p. 7, Pro

Brady, George., 1864: Mr. GEORGE BRADY describes several freshwater species new to Britain, among which are four new to sc

Klunzinger., 1864: Dr. Klunzinger contributes a paper Zeitschr, wiss. ZooL Band xiv. p. 164 on the anatomy of Daphnia

Klunzinger, Dr.., 1864: Dr. Klunzinger Zeitschr. fur wiss. Zool. Band xiv. p. 139 has given a very full and interesting de

Lubbock, John., 1864: Mr. John Lubbock Trans. Linn. Soc. vol. xxiv. p. 197, among some new or little-known. species of

Lilljeborg, Prof.., 1864: In the Annales des Sciences Naturelles voL ii. ser. 5. p. 289, and Supplement, p. 325 Prof. Lillje

Spence., 1864: In the Report of the Newcastle meeting of the British Association, published 1864, a new species of

Stimpecn, Dr.., 1864: The name of Bopyroides is proposed as a generic name by Dr. Stimpecn Proc. Acad. Nat Sc Philad. 186

Grube, Prof.., 1864: Prof. Grube describes the following new species from Lussin Die Insel Lussin, p. 76: Sphoeroma tri

MuLLER, Fritz Dr.., 1864: Dr. FRITZ MuLLER Archiv fur Naturg. Band i p. 1, in describing the structure of the genus Tanais, as

Stimpson, Dr.., 1864: Under the name of Gammarus subtener Dr. Stimpson has described Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. 1864,

Grube, Prof.., 1864: Prof. Grube has given the description of several ampbipod Crustacea Archiv fur Naturg. Band i. p. 2

Bate, Spence., 1864: This description seems to correspond so closely with the species given by Mr. Spence Bate under the

Boeck, Hr., 1864: Hr. Boeck describes Forh. Kelensk. Selsk. Christ 1864, p. 189 a Crustacean of this family under th

Sars, Prof.., 1864: Prof. SARS describes several Norwegian species of the genus Thysanopoda Om Slaegten Thysanopoda og

Sars, Prof.., 1864: In the 'Ann. and Mag. of Nat. Hist.,' vol. xiv. 1864, p. 461, and the 'Archiv. des Sci. Phys. et Nat

Boeck., 1864: Two species of Hippolyte are mentioned Forhandl. Vidensk. Selsk. Christ 1864, p. 189 as having bee

Rafinesque., 1864: Hippolyte desmarestii Millet, which he believes to be identical with a crustacean that was imperfe

Tamarelli, Signor., 1864: Signor TAMARELLI has described Atti della Societa Italiana di Science Naturali, vol. vi. p. 363 se

Boeck, A., 1864: Hr. A. Boeck Forhandl. Vidensk. Selsk. Christiania, 1864, p. 189, assisted by Dr. Danielssen, has

Alphonse Milne-edwards, M., 1864: M. ALPHONSE MILNE-EDWARDS has made a very interesting and curious observation Comptes Rendus, tom.

Norman, A. M.; Rev.., 1864: The Rev. A. M. Norman, Trans. Tyneside Nat field Club, says that Galathea dispersa Spence Bate is

Spence Bate., 1864: Cryptolithodes typicus Brandt. Mr. Spence Bate describes the male of this species Proc. Zool. Soc

Hensen, Dr.., 1864: Among the Brachyurous Crustacea there are no otolithes, but a complicated calcareous chamber, as fir

Hensen, V.; Dr.., 1864: In 1863 Dr. V. HENSEN published the result of very extended researches upon the auditory organs of t

M'INTOSH, Dr.., 1864: Dr. M'INTOSH, in a paper 'Trans. Linn. Soc.' vol. xxiv. p. 79, described, in 1863, the form and ch

Rouget, M.; Ch., 1864: M. CH. ROUGET states, in a note 'Comptes Rendus,' vol. lix. p. 851, that the similarity of the mod

Norman, Alfred Merle., 1864: The Rev. ALFRED MERLE NORMAN has drawn up Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, vol

Milne-Edwards., 1864: He also describes the larva of an anomurous Crustacean Rhizostoma cruciatum, Less., and points out

Baly., 1864: Hispoleptis, Baly, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist 3rd ser. vol. xiv. p. 262. Elongate, sides parallel; head po

Clark., 1864: Marsaeus, Clark, Journ. of Ent. vol. ii. p. 252. Nearly allied to Rhypanda Baly, but less elongate

Baly., 1864: Platycorynus, Baly, New Genera, c. p. 2. Nearly allied to Corynodes Hope; antennae robust, with t

Baly., 1864: Clisithera, Baly, Journ. of Ent. vol. ii. p. 220. Body narrow-oblong, parallel, convex. Head perpend

Baly., 1864: Charistena, Baly, Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. vol. ii. p. 251. Nearly allied to Odontota. Body elongated an

Cornelius., 1864: Cornelius has described the larva and metamorphosis of Haltica oleracea Fab.. Stett ent Zeit. 1864

Hamlet Clark., 1864: Hamlet Clark has characterized Chevrolet's genus Schematiza Ent. Trans. vol. ii. p. 259, and descr

Baly., 1864: Baly Journ. of Ent ii. pp. 291-2 characterizes Olivier's genus Paropsis, and has some observations

Hamlet Clark., 1864: HAMLET CLARK remarks Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. vol. xiv. p. 115 that the genus Polysticta Hope

Kraatz., 1864: Kraatz has published Mittheil. Schweiz. ent. Ges. 1864, p. 205 some remarks on the specific identi

Dohrn., 1864: Dohrn states Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, p. 195 that Cryptocephalus ancus Stierl. is identical with

Suffrian., 1864: Suffrian describes a Donacia from Celebes, which he identifies with D. javana Wied.; a species unk

Chevrolat., 1864: Out of 59 genera indicated in the group by Chevrolat in Dejean's Catalogue only 19 have been charact

Marshall., 1864: MARSHALL has commenced Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 3rd ser. vol. xiii. p. 380 et seq. a revision of the

Fairmaire., 1864: Apterocaulus, Fairmaire, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iv. p. 267. Nearly allied to Prionacalus W

Pasc., 1864: Sotades, g. n., Pasc. l. c. p. 74. Pascoe describes the following four species: Sotades platypus, l.

Thoms., 1864: Cypriola g. n. acanthocinoides Thom. Syst. Cer. p. 16, from Peru ? Plistonax g. n. multipunctatu

Pascoe., 1864: Isse, Pascoe, I c. p. 272 Exocentrinae, Pasc.. Antennae longer than the body, setose, distant at b

Fairmaire., 1864: Helladia, Fairmaire, l. c. p. 176. Allied to preceding; labrum truncated; maxillary palpi with last

Fairmaire., 1864: The following known species of this family are figured by Fairmaire Gen. Col. Europe:-Spondylis bu

Pascoe., 1864: Exocentrus hamaticollis Pasc. is figured by Pascoe, Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. vol. iii. pl. 2. fig. 9

Mors., 1864: Mors describes the typical form and three varieties of Clytus arcuatus Linn. and figures one varie

Michow., 1864: Michow records the occurrence near Berlin of a specimen of Criocephalus, agreeing in all respects, e

Pascoe., 1864: Pascoe Journ. of Ent ii. p. 278, note proposes to change the name of Thomson's genus Leprosoma int

Bates., 1864: Acanthocinus humeralis Perty is referred to Probatius Dej., Thoms. by Bates, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hi

Kraatz., 1864: Pachyta erythrura Kuster is a variety of P. sex-maculata Linn., according to Kraatz, l. c. p. 14

Kraatz., 1864: According to Kraatz, Strangalia quinquesignata Kuster and S. suturata Reiche are both varieties

Kraatz., 1864: Kraatz regards Callidium macropus Germ. as identical with C. macropus Ziegl., which is not a sma

Lallemant., 1864: Lallemant describes the habits of Prinobius lethifer Fairm., of which be has sent living specimens

Bates., 1864: Bates Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 3rd series vol. xiii remarks on the characters of the genera OEdopeza

Thomson., 1864: THOMSON Syst. Ceramb. pp. 310-321 refers to certain forms of Beetles which have usually been place

Schjodte., 1864: SCHJODTE, in his paper On the Classification of Cerambyces Naturhist. Tidsskr. ser. 3. vol. ii.,

Cornelius., 1864: Cylindricus, brevior, niger, antennis pedibus prothorace ex parte elytrisque testaceis, his sutura,

Wahnschaffe., 1864: Wahnschaffe describes the habits of Bostrichus bispinus Ratzeb.. Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, p. 396.

Eichhoff., 1864: Eichhoff states that Bostrichus coryli Perr. belongs to Dryocaetes and not to Thamnurgus. Berl. en

Fairmaire., 1864: FAIRMAIRE Genera Col. Europe divides this family Scolytides, Fairm. into four groups, viz. Hylet

Eichhoff., 1864: EICHHOFF has published Berl. entom. Zeitschr. 1864, pp. 17-46 an elaborate investigation of the st

Dietrich., 1864: Dietrich describes the distinctive characters of the sexes in the genus Bruchus, Mitth. Schw. ent. G

Hartig., 1864: Hartig describes the ravages of Dorytomus majalis in catkins of various species of willow. Berl. ent

Snellen van Vollenhoven., 1864: Snellen van Vollenhoven describes the variations of Apoderus quadripunctatus Schonh. and A. hystyi

Kiesenwetter.; Von Heyden., 1864: According to Kiesenwetter and Von Heyden Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, pp. 277 326, Magdalinus clavige

Baer., 1864: Baer has translated the analytical tables of Stierlin's monograph of the European species of Otiorhy

Wencker., 1864: Apion. Wencker L'Abeille, tome i. pp. 109-270 has published a revision of the known species of thi

Kiesenwetter., 1864: Hypera. Kiesenwetter states Berl. ent. Zeitsch. 1864, p. 266, note that the structure of the hairs

Allard., 1864: In a memoir which has been prepared with the greatest care, although its author contents himself wit

Kiesenwetter., 1864: KIESENWETTER has some remarks on Lacordaire's classification of the Curculionidae, which he adopts w

Lacordaire., 1864: Under the title of Outlines of a Natural System of the Rhynchophora, KRAATZ has published an atte

Fairmaire., 1864: Fairmaire records the occurrence in Algeria of Abdera quadrifasciata. Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. tom

Chevrolat., 1864: Chevrolat states that the genus Liozoum Muls. is identical with his genus Conoperibium. Bull Soc.

Frauenfeld., 1864: Frauenfeld describes the habits of Anobium pini Sturm, the larvae of which live two or three toget

Mulsant.; Rey., 1864: Of the Dorcatomaires, Mulsant and Rey admit four genera p. 328, namely:-I. Metasternum not produce

Philippi, R. A.; Philippi, F., 1864: Thanasimus. R. A. and F. Philippi describe eight new Chilian species of this genus: Thanasimus angus

Kiesenw., 1864: A. glabratum, Kiesenw. l. c. p. 289, from Athens.

Wollaston., 1864: The genus Ogcocephalus Westwood is described by Wollaston under the new name of Cephaloncus Westw

Kiesenwetter., 1864: Kiesenwetter figures Troglops corniger Kiesenw., Berl ent Zeits. 1864, tab. 5. fig. 4; T. cruentus

Kraatz.; Kiesenwetter., 1864: Kraatz and Kiesenwetter have published Berl. ent., Zeits. 1864, pp. 306-312 a revision of the spec

Bethe., 1864: Bethe Stett. ent. Zeit 1864, p. 407 remarks, in opposition to Kiesenwetter, that the prothorax in

De Marseul., 1864: DE MARSEUL has published a monograph of the Telephorides L'Abeille, tom. i. pp. 1-108, which will

Peragallo., 1864: Peragallo describes the habits of Luciola lusitanica. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iii. pp. 661-6

Carus., 1864: Carus has published the results of some experiments on the phosphorescent matter Lampyris italica. C

Thomson., 1864: Thomson maintains that the genus Eucinetus Germ., generally referred to the family Dascillidae, is

Candeze., 1864: Candeze, Mem. Soc. Roy. Belg. vol. xvii. Elaterides nouveaux, p. 17, states that Alaus appendicula

Stierlin., 1864: Limonius. Stierlin has given a table of the European species of this genus, of which he enumerates n

Stierlin., 1864: Stierlin has given Mittheil. Schweiz. ent. Ges. pp. 214-218 a tabular revision of the European spe

Frauenfeld., 1864: Frauenfeld describes the larva of Trachys pumila Ill., which is found in spring mining the leaves

MacLeay, W., 1864: W. MacLeay describes Trans. Ent. Sec. N. S. W. i. Phyllotocus kingii, marginipennis, iridescens p

Jackel., 1864: Jackel records the occurrence at Altmuhl, in 1864, of Anisoplia horticola in such numbers as to beco

MacLeay, W., 1864: W. MacLeay Trans. Ent. Soc. N. S. W. pp. 75-80 discusses the relations of Phyllotocus, which he co

Stierlin., 1864: Stierlin Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. 1863, p. 490 describes a peculiar variety of Hoplia pulverosa, Kust

Sharp, D.; Bye., 1864: D. Sharp and Bye remark upon the occurrence of Aphodius obliteratus Panz. in Britain, and indicate

Lucas., 1864: Lucas describes the pupa-cell of a species of Copris from Siam. This cell is nearly spherical, about

Heyden., 1864: Heyden states that Sisyphus albiventris Dahl occurs with the sides of the body white, only in huma

Parry., 1864: Parry has described Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. vol. ii the following new species of Lucanus: Lucanus hop

Anonymous., 1864: Deyrolle Sclerostomus fasciatus Germain, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. tome iv. p. 318.

Parry., 1864: Parry remarks Ent. Trans. vol. ii. 1864 p. 6 that Chiasognathus latreillei Solier and C. reichii

Parry., 1864: Parry has published Proc. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1864, pp. 5-8 some further remarks on Thomson's Catalo

Parry., 1864: In his valuable Catalogue of the Lucanoid Coleoptera Ent. Trans. 3rd series, vol. ii. pp. 1-113, P

Perez., 1864: Perez Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome iii. pp. 621-636 describes and figures the metamorphoses of

Wollaston., 1864: Wollaston Ent. M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 14-19 discusses the structural characters of Latridius, and the

Philippi., 1864: Philippi remarks Stett. ent. Zeit. 1864, p. 321 that Blanchard's figure and description of Tribost

Chevr., 1864: Thyreosoma, Chevr. Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. tome iv p. 602. Resembling Lobiopa and Scelidota in for

Murray., 1864: MURRAY Linn. Trans, vol. xxiv. p. 224 gives the following as the essential character of the Nitidu

Waterhouse., 1864: Psammodius porcicollis Ill.. Waterhouse Proc. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1864, p. 3 mentions the occurrence

Baudi., 1864: Baudi considers that Platysoma laevicolle Kust = algiricum Luc., Berl. eht. Zeits. 1864, p. 231,

Reveliere., 1864: Reveliere found that when one Hister had captured a caterpillar, others came from various quarters t

Perris., 1864: Ferris mentions Agaricophogus cephalotes as a truffle-eating Beetle. Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. iv. p

Laboulbene., 1864: Laboulbene describes and figures Anisotoma Leiodes einnamomea and its transformations in bis memoi

Schaum., 1864: From his examination of this curious microscopic Beetle, Fauvel would regard it as the type of a dis

Perris., 1864: Malachius. Perris describes four new species of this genus Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome iv.: na

De Marseul., 1864: Telephorus. Of this genus De Marseul L'Abeille, tome i. has described the following 15 new species

Norguet., 1864: Norguet records his finding numerous specimens of Adelops wollastonii Waterh. upon decaying roots

Kraatz., 1864: Kraatz records the occurrence in Germany of the following species described by Thomson: Necrophorus

Scriba., 1864: Scriba Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1864, p. 377 characterizes Necrophorus fossor and N. gallicus, and ind

Kraats., 1864: Kraats states that the peculiar formation of the antenna in OEdemera brevicornis Schmidt is due to

King., 1864: KING Trans. Ent. Soc. N. S. W. p. 91 gives the following synopsis of the Australian genera of Scyd

King., 1864: King has described Trans. Ent. Soc. N. S. W. vol. i. the following new species of Pselaphidae inha

King., 1864: King remarks Trans. Ent Soc. N. S. W. vol. f. p. 106 that Narcodes pulchra is the male of N. varia

De Saulcy., 1864: De Saulcy Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. tome iii. p. 649, referring to a statement of Grenier's that t

Stierlin., 1864: Stierlin describes a variety of Diacanthus aeneus from Sicily. Berl. ent Zeitsch. 1864, p. 149.

Saulcy., 1864: Saulcy Ann. Soc Ent Fr. 4e ser. tome iii. p. 658 gives comparative characters of Myrmedonia hippoc

Rye., 1864: Rye Ent M. Mag. vol. i. pp. 155-160 characterizes eight British species of the genus Boltiobius, i

Rye., 1864: Rye Ent. M. Mag. vol. l. has described the British species of the genus Stenus, of which he enumer

Kraatz., 1864: Kraatz records the occurrence in Germany of the following Staphylinidae: Homalota nudiuscula Thoms.

Fauvel., 1864: FAUVEL Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iv. has published observations upon the characters of numer

Woll., 1864: Heterobrachium, Woll. Cat Can. Col. p. 108. Allied to Brachypterus; prothorax more quadrate; last jo

Kraatz., 1864: Kraatz records the occurrence of Cercyon marinum Thoms. near Berlin. Berl. entom. Zeitsch. 1864, p

Clark, H., 1864: H. Clark Journ. of Ent ii. p. 214 et seq. describes Enhydrus howittii, from Moreton Bay p. 215;

Malinowski., 1864: Malinowski describes the habits of Gyrinus strigipennis in Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Bd. xiv. p

Clark., 1864: CLARK Journ. of Entom. vol. ii. p. 214 has continued his Catalogue of Australasian Water-Beetles b

Clark, Hamlet., 1864: Hydaticus. Hamlet Clark Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd series vol. ii has described the following new specie

Schaum., 1864: Hydroporus. Schaum Berl. entom. Zeitsch. 1864 has described:-Hydroporus cribrosus, l. c. p. 107, a

Stierlin., 1864: Stierlin describes a large variety of Agabus bipustulatus from Sicily, which he says also occurs nea

Schaum., 1864: Hydroporus. Schaum indicates Berl. entom. Zeitschr. 1864, p. 112 that Hydroporus platynotus and it

Clark, Hamlet., 1864: Hydaticus. According to Hamlet Clark Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. vol. ii. p. 211, H. bihamatus Eschsch.

Schaum., 1864: SCHAUM has published Berl. entom. Zeitschr. 1864, pp. 105 106 a list of the species of Dytiscida

Grenier., 1864: Grenier, in reply l. c. p. 650, maintains that the characters upon which de Saulcy has founded his

Wollaston., 1864: Bembidium. Wollaston describes 4 new Canarian species: Bembidium subcallosum, l. c. 71; B. inconspic

Westwood., 1864: Atractocerus. Westwood remarks upon the geographical distribution of the species of Atractocerus, wh

Kraatz., 1864: Kraatz Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1864, p. 131 states that Amara cursitans Zimm. is identical with A.

Reiche., 1864: Reiche has sent French specimens of Anchomenus rufcollis Gautier des Cottes to St. Petersburg for

Stierlin., 1864: Stierlin describes Sicilian varieties of Anchomenus albipes, Amara nitida, and Bembidium punctulatum

Mors., 1864: Mors describes a variety putzeysii of Carabus auronitens Fab., Ann. Soc. Ent. Belg. tom. vii. p.

Aube., 1864: Aube maintains Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. iv. p. 323 that all the European forms of Apristus

Schaum., 1864: According to Schaum Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, p. 206, note, Licinus hieriehonticus Reiche=agyptiacus

Baudi., 1864: Baudi Berl. ent Zeits. 1864, p. 106 gives a detailed description of Procrustes anatolicus Chaud.

Schaum., 1864: According to Schaum, Procrustes obtritus Chaud. is founded upon very convex specimens of P. foudra

Fauvel., 1864: Fauvel Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1864, p. xxiii remarks that Notiophilus germinyi Fauv. is a small alp

Wilson, C. A., 1864: C. A. WILSON has communicated to the Entomological Society Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. vol. i., Proc. p. 1

Schaum., 1864: Schaum Berl. entom. Zeitschr. 1864, pp. 117, 118 remarks upon the relations of the Ozaenidae and P

Schaum., 1864: SCHAUM has published Berl. ent. Zeitsch. 1864 a revision of the Zabroid group, in which he admits

Schaum., 1864: Schaum also describes l. c. p. 110, pl. 2. fig. 6 the larva of Acanthogenius piceus Schaum = Cec

Schaum., 1864: SCHAUM has described the larva Procerus scabronsus, Berl. entom. Zeitschr. 1864, p. 114, pl. 2. fig.

MacLeay., 1864: MacLeay Trans. Ent. Soc. N. S. W. i. 1864 pp. 134-146 describes 19 new Australian species of Caren

Anonymous., 1864: A long discussion on the synonymy of certain species of European Coleoptera, on the part of Schaum a

More.; Miedel., 1864: More and Miedel record the occurrence in Belgium of numerous species of Coleoptera not previously no

Keller., 1864: Keller has published a catalogue of the Coleoptera of Wurttemberg. Wurttemb. naturw. Jahreshefte, 18

Bold., 1864: Bold has published a catalogue of Coleopterous insects added to the Fanna of Northumberland and Dur

Anonymous., 1864: The list of new British Coleoptera for 1864 Ent. Ann. 1865 includes only 28 species.

Rye., 1864: Rye Ent. Ann. 1864 records the addition of 40 species to the list of the British Coleopterous faun

Olivier-delamarche., 1864: OLIVIER-DELAMARCHE has published a note of the principal forms of Beetles found by him on the seasho

Wilken., 1864: WILKEN Berl. ent. Zeits. 1864, p. 369 et seq. gives a list of species of Coleoptera detected in th

Baudi., 1864: BAUDI Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1864, pp. 195-233 gives a list of 303 species of Coleoptera belonging t

Grenier., 1864: GRENIER Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e serie, tome iv. pp. 137-140 has some observations on the traces of e

Crotch., 1864: CROTCH publishes Entomologist, vol. ii. pp. 111-113 a note on the Coleopterous fauna of the Atlant

Anonymous., 1864: Apteryz mantelli. A second living example of this species has been presented to the Zoological Socie

Bennett, W., 1864: Dromaeus irroratus. Some notes on this bird breeding in confinement. W. Bennett, Zool. pp. 9200-9206

Anonymous., 1864: An abstract of its contents is given in 'The Natural History Review' 1864, page 636, and also in '

Anonymous., 1864: Dinornis robustus. One of the most remarkable ornithological events of the past year was the exhibit

Sclater, P. L., 1864: Casuarius bennetti. Recently hatched specimens of this species, and the skeleton of the typical exam

Pelzeln, A.; Von., 1864: A. von Pelzeln, and Eds. Ann. N. H. op. cit. p. 393.

Sclater, P. L., 1864: Defects in Mr. Champley's List, P. L. Sclater, op. cit. p. 350,

Gray, J. E., 1864: J. E. Gray, Ann. N. H. 3 ser. xiv. p. 319.

Newton, A., 1864: Alca impennis,-Natural Mummies, A. Newton, Ann. N. H. 3 ser. xiv. pp. 188-141, Zool. pp. 9122-9124

Coues, E., 1864: Colymbus torquatuss sc. glacialis and C. adamsi Crania of these two birds compared and their speci

Sclater, P. L., 1864: Podiceps, gp. ? The sacred bird reported to be wingless of the Lake Zalanza in Joanna, one of the

Ambrose, J., 1864: Thalassidroma-sp. innom. digs its breeding-holes itself in the ground, using its bill as a pickaxe

Anonymous., 1864: Puffinus opisthomelas is described as a new species from Cape San Lucas, generally like P. obscurus,

Sclater, P. L., 1864: P. L. Sclater, P. Z. S. 1864, p. 487. pl. xxxiv.

Edward Newton., 1864: Anas melleri is described as a new species from Madagascar, belonging to that section of the group o

Evans.; Sturge., 1864: And Evans and Sturge Ibis, 1859, pp. 171, 172.

Malmgren., 1864: Anser brachyrhynchus is the large species of Goose frequenting Spitsbergen, which has heen taken to

Sclater, P. L., 1864: Chauna nigricollis is a third species of the genus from New Granada, in its distinct white throat an

Hill, R., 1864: Eudocimus albus ? is stated to have the power of indexing the upper bill, so as to run it along t

Anonymous., 1864: Gallinago megala Ibis, 1861, p. 343 from China and Formosa tallies well with the description of G.

Newton, A., 1864: A. Newton, P. Z. S. 1864, 498.

Russell, R., 1864: Phasianus soemmeringi. Fourteen living birds of this species were brought to England in June 1864 by

Anonymous., 1864: The example sent to England arrived safely P. Z. S. 1864, p. 158, and lived in the Gardens of the

Anonymous., 1864: Didunculus strigirostris. Two living examples of this curious form were brought to Sydney, New South

Sclatcr, P. L., 1864: Turtur semitorquatus has been received from the Comoro Islands and from Madagascar. P. L. Sclatcr Ib

Sclater, P. L., 1864: Ptilonopus chrysogaster. The locality of this species, which is closely allied to several others inh

Wallace., 1864: If there is no mistake in the dimensions given, it must be a far larger bird than any of the three s

Homeyer, Alexander Von., 1864: Turdus pilaris. A very full account of three colonies which bad been formerly described by Herr. O.

Bus, M.; Du., 1864: Diagnoses of the three species of this genus are added op. cit. p. 607, and a figure of G. venustu

Baird, S. F., 1864: Turdus confinis is described as a new species from Cape San Lucas, with a general resemblance to an

Baird, Professor., 1864: The genera of this family -and its allies are very minutely differentiated by Professor Baird, and t

Edwin Brown., 1864: Vireosylvn olivacea. Under the name of Mutcicapa olivocea, a specimen of this bird is recorded as ha

Sclater, P. L., 1864: It comes near P. isidorii and P. serena, but is easily known by its green body-colour and pure white

Lawrence, G. N., 1864: G. N. Lawrence Proc. Acad. Philad. 1864, p. 106. .Eretmetes occidentalis is described as a new speci

Lawrence., 1864: Daonis ultramarina is a new species from the Isthmus of Panama, closely resembling D. caerebicolor a

Bernstein, H. A., 1864: Arachnothera vagans is a new species from Waigiou, where it is much less common than A. novae-guinea

Schomburgk, R. H., 1864: Anthreptes lepida, Remarks on. R. H. Schomburgk, Ibis, 1864, pp. 248,249.

Peters, W., 1864: Cinnyris comorensis is a new species from the island of Joanna, discovered and described by W. Peter

Bernstein, H. A., 1864: Zosterops fusca is described as a new species from Waigiou. H. A. Bernstein, Nederl. Tijdschr. Dierk

Salvin, O., 1864: Piprites griseiceps is a new species from Costa Rica, allied to P. chlorion, but wanting the yellow

Antinori, O., 1864: Nectarinia gonzenbachi is described as a new species from Central Africa, strongly resembling N. jar

Gray, G. R., 1864: It would appear from the examination of several specimens that the amount of white on the primaries

Kirk., 1864: It is stated by Dr. Kirk Ibis, 1864, p. 323 to be decidedly common a little above Tele on the Zamb

Speke., 1864: This species was met with by Captain Speke in Uganda Ibis, 1864, p. 115, and the only example brou

Sclater., 1864: Cosmetornis spekii, figured in Captain Speke's' Journey to the Sources of the Nile' p. 462, is sta

Gray, G. R., 1864: Corvus megarhynchus is described as a new species from Waigiou, but whether really distinct from the

Heuglin, T.; Von., 1864: Zosterops pallescens, if new is described from the Djour-country, with the crown of the head yello

von Rosenberg, G., 1864: Ibis strictipennis. Examples supposed to belong to this species have been obtained from the north co

Sclater, P. L.; Salvin, O., 1864: P. L. Sclater and O. Salvin, P. Z. S. 1864, pp. 364,365. .Chloraenas vinacea from Panama and Guatema

Haast., 1864: Strigops habroptilus. Careful and interesting observations on the habits of this very curious form a

Sclater, Dr.., 1864: Pyrrhulopsis splendens. A living specimen had been obtained from the Feejee Islands, but died on the

Wallace, A. R., 1864: Cacatua crittatella is a new species from Northern Gilolo, similar to C. cristata, but, as shown by

Sclater, P. L., 1864: Cacatua ducorpsi, Sclater P. Z. S; 1862; p. 141, pl. xiv., is not C. ducorpsi, Hombron et Jacq

Herr von Rosenberg., 1864: The author of course had not seen Mr. Wallace's remarkable paper on the same subject, just cited. He

Swinhoe, R., 1864: R. Swinhoe Ibis, 1864, p. 370.

Tristram, H. B., 1864: Struthio camelus, the skin of a specimen killed in the Belka Palestine was obtained by H. B. Trist

Schlegel, H., 1864: Schlegelia is a new genus, characterized as having the head almost entirely bald, being beset by a f

Kirk, J., 1864: Phaeocephalus fuscicapillus, the most common Parrot in East Tropical Africa ; P. levaillanti, a much

Blasius, J. H., 1864: Buteo vulgaris. The different colouring presented by the young birds of this species is described, a

Gurney, J. H., 1864: Aquila barthelemyi. Two living specimens of this doubtful species were procured from the historical

Rosenberg, G.; Von., 1864: Casuarius kaupi from New Guinea. The eggs are stated to resemble those of C. galeatus from Ceram, bu

Blasius, Prof.., 1864: This paper is in continuation of two others which appeared in the same periodical for the preceding

Anonymous., 1864: Alca torda and Anas clangula are the species noticed in this communication, which is in continuation

Homeyer, Herr Eugen Von., 1864: The author commences by defining the terms he employs, which differ slightly from those made use of

Owen., 1864: Professor Owen's observations were founded on a specimen sent from Funk Island to Mr. A. Newton, by

Sclater., 1864: Two species, obtained by Capt. Packe, are added to the list previously drawn up by Dr. Sclater P. Z

Anonymous., 1864: Thirty-three species are enumerated, of which twelve only are land-birds. Two or perhaps three of th

Anonymous., 1864: The remaining four of the different families into which Mr. Wallace divides the Psittaci-Plyctolophi

Rosenberg, Herr Von., 1864: The author accompanied an expedition of the Dutch Government to explore the south-west and north-eas

Swinhoe., 1864: This part of the 'Birds of Asia' contains figures and descriptions of sixteen species which were dis

Hartlaub, Dr.., 1864: This long paper is full of a variety of information concerning the ornithology of the Djour country,

Baron, Von Heuglin., 1864: The author remained at Khartoum from May 1859 to July 1861, making excursions to explore the distric

Anonymous., 1864: These parts consist of Half-sheets 37 to 44 and Plates 53 to 60, both inclusive-the former extending

Zelebor, Herr., 1864: The booty obtained by Herr Zelebor, though not inconsiderable as to quantity, was of far greater imp

Nordmann, Alexander Von., 1864: A reprint from the 'Bulletin de l'Academie Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou' for 1860 p. 1. So

Anonymous., 1864: Additions to the list are made by the author,' Ibis,' 1864, pp. 131-133.

Anonymous., 1864: Additional observations to those recorded in the author's former papers J. f. O.1862, pp. 1-23,241-

Anonymous., 1864: This work is only known to us from the critical remarks in the ' Ibis' 1864, p. 396. It appears to

Anonymous., 1864: Two hundred and thirty species have been noticed as occurring, and 169 as breeding in the district,

Flach., 1864: Flach Verh. naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinl. Sitzungsber. 1864 pp. 11-18 gives some preliminary obser

Keyserling., 1864: The following known species are figured and described by Keyserling Sitzungsber. der Gesellschaft I

Anonymous., 1864: Count Keyserling Sitzungsber. Isis, pp. 63-64 gives the following tabular synopsis of the genera o

Blackwall., 1864: Blackwall records the occurrence of Mithras paradoxus in Cumberland, and states that it possesses fo

Blackwall., 1864: The following known species of this family are described and figured by Blackwall History of Britis

Erber., 1864: Erber describes the habits of the Tarantula Verh. zool.-bot Gesellsch. in Wien, Bd. xiv. pp. 717-72

Lucas., 1864: Lucas publishes some observations upon the habits of a female specimen of Mygale bicolor. Ann. Soc.

Simon., 1864: Simon proposes the new name of Mygalodonta for Latreille's genus Cteniza; Hist nat Araign. p. 75.

Blackwall., 1864: Blackwall describes and figures Scytodes thoracica Latr., Hist Brit Spiders, p. 880, pl. 29. fig.

Walker., 1864: Walker has published some remarks on the Araneida of the Channel islands Zoologist, 1864, p. 9275.

Trimen., 1864: Trimen has observed, in the neighbourhood of Cape Town, a bright yellow spider which frequents the S

Jouan., 1864: Jouan mentions a few of the more striking species of Araneida found in New Caledonia. Epeira edulis

Milne-Edwards., 1864: Aphlebina. Hitherto little has been learned of this genus, the characters assigned it by De Quatrefa

Brauer, Hr.., 1865: Hr. Brauer directs attention to the figure of the Sukotyro given by Nieuhof, Merkw. Zee- en Lant-R

Steindachner., 1865: Crossodactylus should be united with Phyttobates, according to Steindachner, l. c. p. 500.

Kner, Prof.., 1865: Psettus. Prof. Kner's statement l. c. p. 164 that P. argenteus has teeth on the palate is perfectl

Flower, Mr.., 1865: Mr. Flower replied to this, ibid. p. 134.

Martin, Hr.., 1865: And more explicitly by Hr. Martin ibid. 1864 p. 254who regarded the old shed horn, still adhering to

Alston, E. R., 1865: See also a note on the same subject by Mr. E. R. Alston, ibid. p. 9708. This disease does not appear

Bischoff., 1865: Lutra vulgaris. Prof. Bischoff has discovered a sac-like appendage to the placenta, containing blood

Hutton, Captain., 1865: Captain Hutton ibid. 1864, Append, p. xiii had stated in a note that this I. assamensis and I. pel

Hutchinson., 1865: This subject is also noticed by Hutchinson, ibid. p. 329.

Hepburn, J., 1865: A further note on this bird is added by J. Hepburn, loc. cit.

Rodd, E. H., 1865: Picus martius, its disputed claims to be reckoned a British Bird..

Newton, A., 1865: Sciurus vulgaris. On its habits see E. R. Alston in Zoologist, 1865, pp. 9481-9484 ; its partiality

Krabbe., 1865: Echinococcus. Krabbe gives a complete resume of all that is known at present on the Echinococcus of

Cobbold., 1865: Coenurus. Dr. Cobbold Quart Journ. Mic. Scien. January 1865, pp. 96-98 describes a species of Coen

Mecznikow., 1865: Distoma lorum. Mecxnikow has published brief anatomical details in Arch. f. Naturg. 1865, pp. 49-55,

Costa., 1865: Costa has found a Distoma in abundance in some Acalephae, and names it provisionally Macrurochoeta a

Lespes, M., 1865: Echinorhynchus. In the memoir above cited Journal de l' Anatomie, 1864, p. 683, M. Lespes gives a

Laboulbene., 1865: Laboulbene describes a parasitic worm Mermis or Gordius found in abundance in a species of Mantis

Cobbold, Dr.., 1865: Dr. Cobbold states what is known respecting the source of all the species of Entozoa liable to infes

Cobbold, Dr.., 1865: Entozoa in Museums. Dr. Cobbold Lancet, May 13, 1865, p. 503 gives a brief record of no less than

Simonds., 1865: Haematopinus. Simonds Journ. Agic. Soc. ser. 2. vol. i. describes the habits of H. equi, its effec

Gaulke., 1865: In confirmation of his views, he cites some cases published by Gaulke. Upon these Schjodte remarks

Burmeister., 1865: When Burmeister published Nitzsch's drawings of the mouth in the Lice, Erichson declared them to be

Dunning, J. W., 1865: J. W. Dunning communicated to the Entomological Society of London a translation of Dr. Icery's memoi

Delaharpe., 1865: Delaharpe notices the occurrence of a Coccus on leaves of Chamaerops humilis. Bull. Soc. Vaudoise de

Fauvel., 1865: Fauvel slates that Saissetia coffae Deplauche is identical with ecanium coffeae. Bull. Soc. Linn.

Ralph., 1865: Ralph gives some account Trans. Roy. Soc. Victoria, vol. vi. pp. 10-13 of the natural history of t

Naysser., 1865: Coccus hesperidum ? is said by Naysser to have been of late very injurious to the orange-trees bet

Haswell., 1865: Haswell records the occurrence of immense swarms of Aphides in various parts of Scotland in Septembe

Balbiani., 1865: Balbiani maintains that the viviparous Aphides are hermaphrodite, and states that he has discovered

Taschenberg., 1865: The general history and mode of life of the insects of this family arc described by Taschenberg Wir

Frauenfeld., 1865: Frauenfeld Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xv. pp. 900-902 calls attention to a singular example of

Stal., 1865: Cercopis Stal l. c. gives descriptions of the following known species and their varieties:-C. d'ur

Marshall., 1865: Marshall describes the two British species of this family, Centrotus cornutus Linn. and Oxyrrhachi

Fieber., 1865: Tettigometra. Fieber Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xv. pp. 561-572 tabulates the European species

Stal., 1865: Stal describes Pochazia Rieania obscuraGner. l. c. p. 160. .The same author describes Ricania ma

Stal., 1865: According to Stal Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. tome v. p. 188, Cicada cerisyi Guer.=Tettigia orni

Milde., 1865: Milde Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xv. p. 961 records the occurrence of Cicada argentata Oliv.

Hagen., 1865: Hagen Ent M. Mag. i. p. 205 calls attention to the fact that Cicada anglica Leach is identical w

Fieber., 1865: Fieber reports on the number of European species of Cicadae and Fulgoridae, the existence of which h

Marshall., 1865: MARSHALL has continued his revision of the British species of Homoptera Ent. M. Mag. vols. i. ii.

Dougl.; Scott., 1865: Antennae with joints 3 and 4 nearly equal, shorter than 2. Sp. Rhyp. micropterus Curt. and Pachym.

Stal., 1865: Stal states that his Anasa lugens Ent. Zeit. 1862=.Gonocerus andresii Guer Hist. Cuba, ibid., p.

Douglas., 1865: Douglas publishes some notes on the habits of Gonocerus venator. Ent. M. Mag. ii. p. 46. .Systellono

Fieber., 1865: Plinthisus. Fieber Wien. ent Mon. Bd. viii. pp. 213-214 divides this genus into two subgenera: Pli

Stal., 1865: Orthoschizops. Stal l.c. describes four species of this genus:-O. obsoleta, conspurcata, p. 107, a

Stal., 1865: Pentatoma schellembergii Guer.=P. consociale Boisd., according to Stal, and belongs to his genus

Bold., 1865: Bold Nat. Hist. Trans. North. Durh. i. pp. 124-126 notices the occurrence of great numbers of Ap

Walsh., 1865: Walsh Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist ix. p. 313 refers to articles published in agricultural journals

de Filippi, Prof.., 1865: Triton alpestris. Prof. de Filippi has observed, near Andermatten, that larvae of this species not o

Reichenbach, L., 1865: Triton cristotus. L. Reichenbach describes and figures a yellow variety var. icterica. Nov. Act. A

Dumeril, M.; Aug., 1865: Amblystoma and Siredon. M. Aug. Dumeril, in a memoir read before the French Academy of Sciences Com

Dr Steindachner., 1865: Elosia. Dr. Steindachner, having found a great similarity between his Hylodes truncatus and Elosia n

Bruch., 1865: Alytes obstetricans. Bruch states that both sexes are provided with a large gland on the lower leg.

Anonymous., 1865: Megalophrys chysii Edeling, mentioned in our Record of last year p. 128, is described for the se

Jan, M., 1865: M. Jan has published the text to the species mentioned in our last Record p. 123. Iconogr. pp. 94-

Jan, M., 1865: M. Jan has published the text to the species mentioned in our last Record p. 123. Iconogr. pp. 74-

Jan, M., 1865: M. Jan has published the text to the species mentioned in our last Record p. 123. Iconogr. pp. 65-

Jan, M., 1865: M. Jan's account of this family Iconogr. pp. 51-58 does not contain any addition to our knowledge.

Jan., 1865: Helicops of Jan is compounded of such species as Tropidonotus mortuarius, Atretium schistosum, Helic

Betta, M.; De., 1865: M. de Betta has published a paper on the Italian species, in which the synonymy and description of t

Jan, M., 1865: Tropidonotus, M. Jan has described the following species as new Canestr. Arch. Zool. iii. p. 204:-

Jan., 1865: Coluber. The following species are figured by Jan, Iconogr. part 12, pl. 6: Coluber getulus; part 13

Anonymous., 1865: Oligodon. Dr. Bleeker Rhabdion waandersii and Rh. cruciatum Oligodon waandersii. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hi

Jan, M., 1865: Liophis M. Jan has figured two species, Iconogr. part 13, pl. 6: L. leucogaster, which is the young

Jan, M., 1865: M. Jan figures the following species in Iconogr. part 10: pl. 1., C. linnaei and varieties, C. versi

Jan, M., 1865: M. Jan has given an additional plate to his illustrations of the Typhlopidae. Iconogr. part 9 pl. 1.

Gray, J. E.; Dr.., 1865: AMPHISBAENIDAE. Dr. J. E. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 442 Has published a revision of the genera

De Filippi, Prof.., 1865: Stellio nuptus. Prof. De Filippi remarks that this species, named by him Agama nupta in Giorn. Istit

Prince Max., 1865: Rana. Prince Max has described the following species in Nov. Act. Leopold. Carol, xxxii. :-R. mugien

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Stenodactylus garrulus Smith has been described and figured by Dr. Gray as Ptenopus g. n. macul

Krefft., 1865: Pseudechis australia. Mr. Krefft speaks under this name of the brown variety of Ps. porphyriacus w

Kirk, Dr.., 1865: Gerrhosaurus robustus. A reply by Dr. Kirk to some observations of Prof. Peters regarding the vernac

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Gerrhosaurus. Dr. Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 641, divides species of this genus thus: 1. Cordyl

De Filippi., 1865: Zamenis ventrimaculatus, var. C, Gunth., has been named Z. rhodorachis by M. Jan. De Filippi, Viaggi

Troschel, Prof.., 1865: Cnemidophorus guttatus Wiegm. . Prof. Troschel maintains its specific distinctness from Cn. sexlin

A. W., 1865: Alligator lucius. Mr. A. W. Foot reports on the dissection of a male specimen. Proc. Nat. Hist. Soc.

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Cyclanosteus. Dr. Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 422, has observed that the sternal callosities of

Gray., 1865: Tetrathyra, g. n., Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 323, differs from the other African Trionychidae

Cope., 1865: Emys punctularia, Daud. Chelopus punctularius. Mr. Cope describes this species, adding remarks on i

Prince Max., 1865: Emys. The following species are described by Prince Max, l. c. :-E. insculpta, p. 11; E. picta, p. 1

Strauch, Alex Dr.., 1865: A most elaborate memoir on the geographical distribution of Chelonians, by Dr. Alex. STRAUCH, has ap

Schultze., 1865: Polytrema miniaceum. Schultze Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist 1864, p. lll January states that Dr. Gray has gi

Carter., 1865: Callodictyon, Carter, l. c. p. 289. Pyriform, straight, or slightly bent upon itself, bifid at the s

Balsamo-Crivelli., 1865: Schmidtia and Lieberkuhnia. These genera, formed by Professor Balsamo-Crivelli Atti Soc. Ital. Sc.

Reichert.; Du Bois-Reym., 1865: Sphoerophrya. By some, as Claparede and Lachmann, species of this genus have been regarded as embryo

D'UDEKEM., 1865: D'UDEKEM has described the following now species from Belgium Mem. Acad. Roy. Sc. Belg. 1864, xxxiv

Samuelson., 1865: Samuelson endeavours to account in some degree for the successive appearance, in organic infusions,

Owsjannikow, M., 1865: Petrotnyzon fluviatilis. M. Owsjannikow has examined its organ of hearing. Mem. Ac. Sc. St. Petersb.

Gill., 1865: Myliobatis californicus. This name is proposed by Mr. Gill l. c. p. 137 for Rhinoptera vespertilio

Gill., 1865: Mr. GILL Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. New York, viii. 1865, pp. 135-138 proposes to divide the Myliobatide

Smith, Alex., 1865: Dr. Alex. Smith has read before the R. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh an account of a new genus from Old Calab

Boll., 1865: Acipenser sturio. Dr. Boll has recorded two instances of the occurrence of the Sturgeon in inland wa

Bleeker., 1865: Ostracion. Dr. Bleeker Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. ii. 1865, pp. 208-305 shows that several species ha

Anonymous., 1865: Of Triodon one species is described p. 84, pl. 214. fig. 1, of Triacanthus six pp. 88-92, one of

Anonymous., 1865: The synonymy of the species of the East-Indian Archipelago, adding the names of other localities whe

Bleeker., 1865: Dr. Bleeker adopts three genera of Synbranches Atl. Ichthyol. iv. p. 117, each being represented b

Anonymous., 1865: Salmo lacustris schiffermulleri Prof. Kner states it as the opinion of a fisherman, that this fish

Jackel, Hr.., 1865: Hr. JACKEL has published his observations on Cyprinoids which are supposed to be hybrids, viz. on th

Bleeker., 1865: Synodontis schall is described by Bleeker from specimens from the Cape. Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. ii.

Kner.; Steindachner., 1865: Pimelodus cinerascens. The species described by Kner and Steindachner Verhandl. Bayr. Ak. Wiss. x.

Bleeker, Dr.., 1865: Soleotalpa unicolor. Dr. Bleeker describes and figures, under the name of Apionichthys dumerilii Ka

Anonymous., 1865: Zeugopterus. Prof. Steenstrup has discovered a large opening in the median septum between the gills

Traquair, R. H.; Dr.., 1865: R. H. Traquair has published his researches into the osteology of the common British species of Pleu

Poey, Prof.., 1865: Lucifuga Prof. Poey treats of the Blind Fishes of Cuba generally, and mentions that Mr. Gill has pro

Kner., 1865: Thysanocheilus, g. n., Kner, Denkschr. Ak. Wins. Wien, xxiv. Ambo labia margine fimbriato, dentes ac

Gerbe, M., 1865: Crenilabrus. M. Gerbe has made the interesting observation that species of this genus build a nest o

Ransom, Dr.., 1865: Gasterosteus pungitius. Dr. Ransom has carefully watched the nest-building of this species, and desc

Adhandl., 1865: Agonostoma. Dajaus elongatus Kner, fig. in Adhandl. Bayr. Ak. Wiss. x. 1, taf. 1. fig. 2, is perha

Steindachner., 1865: Atherina mochon. Notes on specimens obtained in Spain, by Steindachner, Sitzgsber. Ak. Wiss. Wien, 1

Gill., 1865: Chaenopsis, g. n. Poey, Gill, Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist New York, viii. 1865, p. 141. Body naked, eel-li

Gill., 1865: Plagiotremus, g. n., Gill, Ann. Lyc. Nat Hist New York, viii. 1865, p. 138. Allied to Nemophis. Body

Malmgren, Hr., 1865: Stichaeus. Hr. Malmgren describes as Spitzbergen species S. medius Reinh., S. lumpenus Fabr., S.

Malmgren, Hr.., 1865: Cottus tricuspis. Hr. Malmgren has identified Acanthocottus patris Storer and C. ventralis C. V

Malmgren, Hr.., 1865: Cottus scorpius, C. gronlandicus, C. labradoricus Girard, Acanthocottus ocellatus Storer, and C.

Garrett., 1865: Antennarius Chironectes rubrofuscus, sp. n., Garrett, Proc. Calif. Acad. Nat Sc iii p. 64.-D. 3, 13

Steenstrup, Prof.., 1865: Antennarius marmoratus. Prof. Steenstrup confirms the Recorder's opinion Fish. iii. p. 186 that Ch

Bleeker, Dr., 1865: Dr. Bleeker has given an account of the species occurring in the East-Indian Archipelago Atl. Ichth

Dow, Capt.., 1865: Thalassophryne. Capt. Dow remarks on this fish, The natives seemed quite familiar with the existenc

Guichenot, M., 1865: Argyriosus setipinnis. M. Guichenot states that a number of species have been confounded under this

Bleeker, Dr.., 1865: Otolithus Dr. Bleeker describes a fish from Surinam as O. amazonicus, regarding it as possibly ident

Kner., 1865: Umbrina. Prof. Kner has made some remarks on U. russellii and U. arenata. Novar. Fisch. pp. 131 13

Bleeker, Dr.., 1865: Cirrhites punctatus C. V. is described by Dr. Bleeker, Nederl. Tydschr. Dierk. iii. 1865, pp. 17

Guichenot, M., 1865: Hoplognathus. M. Guichenot states that Ichthyorhamphus Casteln. from the Cape of Good Hope is iden

Mr Day's., 1865: Digramma affine. Mr. Day's statement Fish. Malab. p. 23 that Pristipoma nigrum of Cantor is this s

Mr Gill., 1865: Centrarchus. For species with six dorsal spines the name Pomoxys is adopted by Mr. Gill. He is acqua

M'Coy, Prof.., 1865: Arripis. Prof. M'Coy states that he has satisfied himself, from an examination of a great number of

Anonymous., 1865: Serranus lanceolatus. Mr. Day maintains, that this fish loses the black cross bands with age, and th

Gill., 1865: Mr. Gill proposes the generic name Trisotropis for Serranus guttatus Bl., cardinalis, undulosus, d

Poey, M., 1865: M. Poey describes the following Cuban species of Serranus as new Report. Fisico-nat. Cub. 1865:-My

Peters., 1865: Serranus. Prof. PETERS has examined a part of the Blochian types of Serranus, and rectified the syno

Anonymous., 1865: Translated in Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 1865, xv. p. 503.

Steindachner., 1865: And confirms Dr. Steindachner's opinion that Labrax elongatus gen. Dicentrarchus, Gill is identica

Kner, Prof.., 1865: Prof. KNER observes that the term ctenoid scales is too indefinite, and proposes the name squamae

Paulson, M., 1865: Lepidosiren annectens. M. Paulson has examined the structure of its epidermis. Bull. Ac. Sc. St. Pet

Brandt, Prof.., 1865: Prof. BRANDT has read before the Academy of Sciences of St. Petersburg a treatise on the classificat

Walsh., 1865: Walsh refers to papers published by him in the Journal of the Illinois State Agric. Soc. 1862, and P

Malinowski., 1865: Acrydium migratorium. Malinowski Verh. zool-bot. Ges. Wien. xv. pp. 67-76 publishes a long descrip

Becker., 1865: Becker remarks Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. xxxvii. pt 1. pp. 477-478 on the habits of Caloptenus italicu

Feilner, J., 1865: Some account of the habits of a species of Grasshopper, evidently belonging to this family, and fo

Taschenberg., 1865: Taschenberg describes the characters and mode of life of Decticus verrucivorus Naturg. wirbell. Thi

Lucas., 1865: Lucas describes the female of Gampsocelis gratiosa Brunner. Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1865, pp. xiv-xv.

Saunders., 1865: Saunders gives an account of the habits of a species, most probably of Steirodon, the larvae of whic

Hasselt, Van., 1865: Van Hasselt quotes a report of Yinson, that Blatta americana is thought in the Mauritius and Bourbon

Dunlop., 1865: Dunlop states that he observed a species of Earwig in India using its forceps in folding up its wing

Dohrn, H., 1865: H. DOHRN has concluded his monograph of the Insecta of this family Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, pp. 68-9

Becker., 1865: Becker publishes a list of the Orthoptera genuina detected by him near Sarepta, in Bull Boc. Nat Mos

M'Lachlan., 1865: M'Lachlan records his having observed the female of Leuctra geniculata carrying her eggs upon the be

Eaton, A. E., 1865: A. E. Eaton records the occurrence of females of Cloeon rhodoni under submerged stones. Ent. M. Mag.

Muller., 1865: Muller states that the eggs of Oligoneuria rhena Imhoff are attached to the last segment of the ab

De Selys-Longchamps., 1865: Argia. De Selys-Longchamps Bull. Acad. Roy. Belg. xx. employs Rambur's name Argia for the generic

M'Lachlan., 1865: M'Lachlan notices the occurrence of AEschna borealis Zett. at Rannoch in Perthshire, and discusses

Caspary., 1865: Caspary records Schr. phys.-okon. Ges. zu Konigsb. 5. Bericht p. 13 that before the breaking of a

Hagen., 1865: Hagen has published observations by Bremi on the eggs and lams of Psocus. Stett ent. Zeit. 1866, pp.

Hagen., 1865: HAGEN Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 121-124 has published a synopsis of the known species of Atropina, whic

Hagen., 1865: Hagen has published Ent. M. Mag. vol. ii. alist of the species of this group found in Madeira, inc

Wirbell., 1865: Thrips cerealium is described by Taschenberg as an insect injurious to agriculture. Wirbell. Thiere,

Anonymous., 1865: A long list of species of Mallophaga, presumably observed in Holland, is given in the Tijdschr. voor

Simonds., 1865: Trichodectes. The habits of Trichodectes ovis and T. bovis are described by Simonds, Journ. Agric. S

Fitch., 1865: Smynthurus ser. Symnthurus. Fitch 8th Rep. Ins. New York describes the following as new species

Hermann., 1865: Hermann Verh. zool.-bot. Gesellsch. in Wien, xv. pp. 485-490 reports further on the habits of this

Hermann, Otto., 1865: Otto Hermann Sitzungsber. zool-bot Ges. in Wien, xv. p. 26 records the occurrence near Hermannstad

Laboulbene., 1865: Laboulbene has published Ann. Soc Eat. Fr. 4e ser. tome iv. pp. 705-720, pl. 11 a full and very in

Hagen., 1865: The whole of the eight Madeiran species of this family cited by Hagen Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 75-81 a

Walser., 1865: Walser, in his Trichoptera Bavarica Jahresber. Nat Ver. Augsb. xvii., refers to those conditions

Bland., 1865: Bland Ann. Lyc. New York, vol. viil pp. 144-145 has called attention to the resemblance between th

Frauenfeld., 1865: Frauenfeld Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien xv. p. 265 reiterates his opinion that Paludina lustrica

M'LACHLAN., 1865: M'LACHLAN, in his monograph of the Brisish Trichoptera Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. vol. v pp. 1-184, trea

Pictet, E., 1865: E. Pictet Nevr. d'Esp. pl. 5 figures Rhaphidia hispnnica Ramb., figs. 1-6, R. cognata Ramb., f

Girard., 1865: Girard publishes a further note on Rhaphidia in the Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1865, p. xxx.

Girard., 1865: GIRARD Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4 ser. tome iv. pp. 669-675 indicates the difficulties attending the inve

Taschenberg., 1865: Taschenberg Wirbell. Thiere, 'c. p. 204

Berce., 1865: Berce records his experience of rearing Myrmeleon formicarius from the larva. Bull Soc. Ent Fr. 1865

M'LACHLAN., 1865: M'LACHLAN describes the habits of Myrmeleon formicarius as observed by him in some specimens brought

Hagen., 1865: Hagen Ent M. Mag. ii pp. 59-60 cites four species of this family from Madeira, namely Micromus aphid

Hagen., 1865: Hagen has published Ent. M. Mag. vol. ii. an enumeration of the species of this order hitherto fou

Hagen., 1865: HAGEN publishes Stett. ent. Zeit. pp. 228-230 from Bremi's manuscripts, with some additions, a cat

Humbert., 1865: Humbert describes and figures Mem. Soc. Phys. Hist Nat. Gen. tom., xviii the following nine new ap

Becker., 1865: The effects of the bite of Scolopendra morsitans are referred to by Becker, Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. xx

Reuss., 1865: Dr. Reuss describes l. c. Idmonea heteropora p. 668, Hornera sparsa p. 207, Cea lobatoramosa

Reuss., 1865: Reuss describes, as a new species Eschara membranacea. Denkschr. Ak. Wiss. Wien, xxiii. p. 32, pl. 1

Reuss., 1865: Reuss describes Denkschr. Ak. Wiss. Wien Membranipora suboequalis p. 30, pl. 10. fig. 1, Leprali

Reuss., 1865: Dr. Reuss Sitzgsber. Ak. Wiss. Wien, 1864, Dec. describes the following as new species:-Membranipo

Hincks., 1865: Such a process takes place in the formation of ova in Lepralia peachii pl. 3. figs. 9-11. The ovum

Macdonald., 1865: Dr. Macdonald afterwards gave a detailed account of this strange form under the name of Pera vide J

Alder., 1865: The remarkable Ascidian Chevreulius callensis H. L. Duthiers, l. c. has, as Mr. Alder has mentione

Alder, Joshua., 1865: Joshua Alder Nat. Hist. Trans. Northum. Durham, vol. i. pt. 1, 1865, p. 5 gives a list of Tunica

Lacaze-Duthiers, M. H., 1865: Lima hians Schrot.. M. H. Lacaze-Duthiers Ann. Sc. Nat. 1865, iv. pp. 347-352, pl. 15. fig. 5 ob

Conrad, T. A., 1865: T. A. Conrad thinks that the Asiatic species of Monocondylea are genetically distinct from the South

Wheatley, Ch., 1865: Ch. Wheatley has revised this list, Am. Journ. Conch. i. pp. 65-67, and enumerates 27 species, viz.

de la Saussaye, S.; Petit., 1865: Monocondylea. S. Petit de la Saussaye enumerates fifteen known species of this genus, Joura. Conch,

John Barker., 1865: Margaritana tnargaritifera. Mr. John Barker has published Notes on some Dissections of the Freshwat

Reeve., 1865: Unio dectrimts, a new specific name proposed by Reeve, Conch. Icon. fig. 121, for U sayi Ward, bec

Wright, E. P., 1865: Nausitara is a new genus proposed by E. P. Wright; it is described, but no distinctive generic chara

Crosse, M., 1865: M. Crosse states that a mixture of the resinous matter of two trees from Cochinchina one being name

Jeffreys., 1865: Teredo. This genus is treated by Jeffreys, Brit Conch., iii. p. 123, in an almost monographic manner

Carpenter., 1865: Nettastomella, g. n., Carpenter. Type Pholas darwinii Sow. = Parapholas penita Tryon. Valvis pos

Gray.; Sowerby., 1865: The species described by Gray and Sowerby as viridis Lam. is distinct, and not known from autopsy

Adams, H., 1865: Plectostotnag. n. H. AdamsLast whorl bent upwards and backwards; aperture without teeth. P. de cresp

Pfeiffer, Dr.., 1865: Further, Dr. Pfeiffer Zool. Record, i. 1865 p. 237 unfortunately persists in regarding the subfamili

Anonymous., 1865: For the same shell Binney proposed the generic name Carinifex in 1863; he describes and figures it i

Lea., 1865: Planorbis newberryi Lea, from California, again described by Lea, The tentacula do not seem to be

Tryon., 1865: Physa. Tryon enumerates sixty species of this genus from the United States, and carefully compiles t

Tryon., 1865: Limnaus, Tryon, Am. Joura. Conch, i. pp. 247-252, divides the North American species, fifty in numbe

Bland., 1865: Proserpinella, g. n., Bland. With one small parietal lamella, without columellar fold. P. berendti,

Arango., 1865: Pupoides. A new generic name, without any characters, proposed by Arango for Pupa fallax Say, form

Mose., 1865: Cionella Zua lubrircoides Stimp.. An attentive examination and comparison of many specimeus from

Martens., 1865: Bulimulus Otostomus piescheli, Martens, Mal. Blatt. xii. pl. 1. fig. 10, West coast of Mexico. .Bu

Pfeiffer., 1865: Bulimus swinohoei and sphaeroeonus, sp. n., Pfeiffer, Proc. Zool Soc. 1865, p. 830, pl 46. figs, 2

Morse., 1865: Helix Tachea nemoralis and hortenis. A tracing which Mr. Binney sends me of the buccal plate of t

Tryon., 1865: Xolotrema Rnfinesque proposed by Tryon for a group of Helix, formerly included among Triodopsis, s

Bland, Th., 1865: Helix sportella Gould. Its specific differences from H. cancouvcrensis Lea are pointed out by Bl

Anonymous., 1865: The first three are allied to H. dupetit-thouarsi and kclleti. H. tryoni is figured in Am. Journ. Co

Newcomb., 1865: The Californian species of Helix are enumerated by Newcomb Am. Journ. Conch, i. pp. 342-350 As new s

Morse., 1865: Pseudohyalina, Morse, l. c. The lateral aculeate uncini of the radula, agreeing in form with those o

Tryon., 1865: Hyalina Helix morsii. This name is to be substituted for H. bimeyana Morse, the latter being preo

Berendt., 1865: Zonyalina. This name has been proposed by Dr. von Martens to indicate a distinct group of Hyalina, t

Poey., 1865: Near C. pfeifferi; C, modesta, Poey, Repert. fisico-nat. Cuba, i. p. 70, near C. camoensis.

Gabb., 1865: C. remondii, Gabb, Am. Journ. Conch, i. p. 208, pl. 19. figs. 10-13, Sonora, Mexico

Binney., 1865: C. coahuilensis, Binney, Am. Journ. Conch, i. p. 50, pl. 7. fig. 45, Cienga Grande, Coahuila

Wright., 1865: C. clava, Wright, cristallina, Wright, heynemanni, Pfr., mixta, Wright, teneriensis, Wright, Mal. Bl

Anonymous., 1865: Cylindrella. Further observations on the peculiar structure of the columella in several species have

Marten., 1865: Glandina uhdeana Martens, 1863, figured Mal. Blatt. xii. 1865 pl. 1. fig. 1 G. turris Pfr. redes

Mr Berendt., 1865: Physella Pfr.. Mr. Berendt states that the living animal is of much larger size than the shell. An

Binney., 1865: Ariolimax Morch. Mr. Binney gives a description of this genus. An internal shelly plate; respirato

Heynemann., 1865: Limax schwabi v. Frauenf.. The zoological characters of this Transyl-vanian species, in comparison

Selenka., 1865: Limax pectinatus, sp. n., Selenka, Malak. Blatt. xii. p. 105, pl. 2. figs. 1-9, from Sydney. The sam

Bronn., 1865: A short treatise, enumerating thirty-four malacological provinces, illustrated by the same map which

Adams, H.; Adams, A., 1865: But not the species enumerated under the same name in H. A. Adams's 'Genera,' i. p. 431, for which

Carpenter., 1865: Solariella S. Wood reintroduced by Mr. Carpenter, Proc. Calif. Ac. Nat. Sc. iii. 1864, p. 157, as

Brusina., 1865: Danilia a generic name proposed by Brusina, l. c. p. 25, for Monodonta limbata, Phil. which, was rai

Brasina., 1865: Zizyphinus candidus, Brasina, Verhandl. zool.-bot. Gesell. Wien, 1865, p. 25, from Zara, differs fro

Adams, A.; Adams, H., 1865: The characters of the shell are: orbicular, white or of a uniform colour; spire more or less depress

Jeffreys., 1865: Cyclostrema Marryat. This genus is re-established by Mr. Jeffreys, Brit. Conchol. iii. p. 286, com

Carpenter, P. P., 1865: Leptonyx sanguineus. Under this name a shell is described by P. P. Carpenter, Proc. Calif. Acad. Nat

Frauenfeld, V., 1865: Bithynia. The following species are figured by v. Frauenfeld in Verhandl. zool.-bot. Gesellsch. Wien

von Martens., 1865: Dr. von Martens makes the following remarks on species of Paludina, Malak. Blatt. xii. pp. 144-151 :

Anonymous., 1865: The same diagnoses are published in Verh. sool.-bot. Gesellsch. Wien, xv. pp. 531-533, pl. 22.

von Frauenfeld, Dr.., 1865: Dr. von Frauenfeld describes the following new species in Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, pp. 658 659:-Vivi

Tryon., 1865: Clionella, see above, p. 250 PLEUROTOMIDAE.

Lea., 1865: Succinea haleana, grosvenori, moresiana, soilsonii forsheyi, and pellucida are described as new spec

Blanford, H. F., 1865: BLANFORD, H. F. On the relations of Tanalia Philopotamis, and Paludomus, with a review of the Cingal

Montrouzier., 1865: Cerithium Triphoris connatum, Montrouzier founded on a young specimen, is redescribed and figured,

Crosse., 1865: Triphoris angasi and T. pfeifferi, Crosse, Journ. Conch, xiii. pp. 46 47, pl. 1. figs. 11, 12, 13,

Tryon., 1865: Simnia Risso, a genus adopted by H. A. Adams, characterized by a ample acute outer lip, and comp

Crosse., 1865: Ovulum. Thirty-nine species are figured in Reeve's Conchologia Iconica; two are now:-O. fruticum Ad

Troschel., 1865: Cancellaria. The dentition of C. crenifera Sow., examined some years ago by Troschel, is redescrib

Fischer, P., 1865: Entoconcha. P. Fischer makes some remarks about this interesting creature, Journ. Conch. xiii. pp. 9

Anonymous., 1865: Are also included in Report Brit. Assoc. Advanc. Sc. for 1864 pp. 332-342

Jeffreys., 1865: Mr. Jeffreys's observations on Stylifer, mentioned in Zool. Record, i. p. 208

Brusina., 1865: Natica sanguinolenta, Brusina, Verhandl. zool.-bot Gosollsch. Wien, p. 19, Zara, Dalmatia; evidently

Krauss., 1865: Krauss, Sudafrikanische Mollusken, 1848, p. 125, pl. 6. fig. 21. The same is the case with some spec

Gray., 1865: Dr. Gray regards it as a variety of V. turneri, but nevertheless names it T. Jamrachi. see Zool. Rec

Sowerby., 1865: Voluta ellioti, Sowerby, Description of three new shells London, 1864.

Stimpson., 1865: Ptychatractus, g. n. Stimpson, forming, according to the author, a new family Ptychatractidae. Denti

Adams, H., 1865: Pupina pfeiferi, sp. n., H. Adams, Proc. ZooL Soc. 1806, p. 410, Batchian. The figures 11 12 of pl

Carpenter., 1865: S. indianorum and S. ? indianorum, var. tincta, sp. n., Carpenter, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist xv. p. 31,

Fischer, M., 1865: The present part of the work treats of the Toxoglossa, containing the families Conoidea, Terebracea,

Sowerby, G. B., 1865: Argonauta. Mr. G. B. Sowerby Thesaurus, part xxiii. pp. 263 264, pls. 257 258 admits and figur

Fischer., 1865: One hundred and seventy-seven species have been observed by the author, among which we find Cassis s

Anonymous., 1865: Vol. i. p. 214. Helix caperata does not range through Germany, but is foreign to it. The nearest a

Anonymous., 1865: Vol. i. pp. 132-135. Limax marginatus Muller is L. arbonum Bouchard, common in Norway, as we hav

Hensche., 1865: The Helicea of the province of Prussia were enumerated some years ago. by Dr. Hensche Mal. Blatt. 1

Morch., 1865: Dr. MORCH informs us, with regard to the statement noticed in Zool. Record, i. p. 193, that many liv

Murie, Dr.., 1865: Phascolomys. Dr.Murie Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, pp. 838-854 has examined the typical specimen of P. l

Cope., 1865: Globiocephalus intermedius Hartl.. Notes on a specimen, by Mr. Cope, in Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Phila

Reinhardt, Prof.., 1865: Globiocephalus melas. Prof. Reinhardt reports on the capture of a young female in the Kattegat, Apri

Cope., 1865: Beluga. Three new species from Arctic North America are noticed by Mr. Cope, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Ph

Gray., 1865: Phocaena tuberculifera, sp. n., Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 318, from the mouth of the Thames. A

Burmeister, Dr.., 1865: Phocaena spinipinnis is a very singular new species from the Rio Plata, described by Dr. Burmeister

Cope., 1865: Notes on the front part of a skull of Orca meridionalis by Mr. Cope, in Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad.

Flower., 1865: Orca Pseudorca meridionalis, Mr. Flower, who described this species last year see Zool. Record, 1

Cope., 1865: Mr. Cope, Proc. Acad. Nat Sc. Philad. 1865, has given notes on skulls of Delphinus doris, D. clymene

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Delphinus. Three new species are described by Dr. Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, viz. D. moorii, p. 73

Murie, Dr.., 1865: Physeter macrocephalus. Dr. Murie describes and figures some cases of crooked lower jaw in this spec

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Dr. GRAY expresses his opinion Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 529 that the Physeters should be separate

Gray., 1865: Catodon krefftii, sp. n, Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc 1865, p. 439, from the Australian Seas. This Sperm-Wh

van Beneden, Prof.., 1865: Pterobaaena rostrata Fabr.. Prof. van Beneden has observed hairs in the lips of a foetus. Bull Aca

Muller., 1865: Balaenopteta syncordylus, sp. n., Aug. Muller, Schrift. Physolcon. Gesellach. Konigsberg, iv. p. 38,

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Balanoptera robusta Lilljeb.. Dr. Gray has added this species to the British fauna, recognizing it

Burmeister, Dr.., 1865: Sibbaldius antarcticus has been described as a new species by Dr. Burmeister from a bladebone, the o

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Dr. Gray refers it to Physalus. Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 190, with woodcuts, representing osteologi

Anonymous., 1865: This species has 64 vertebrae, and the baleen of a deep-black colour. Proc. Zool. Soc 1865, p. 472.

Flower., 1865: Physalus sibbaldii Gray. Mr. Flower has found that his Ph. latirostris Proc. Zool. Soc. 1864, p.

Flower., 1865: Mr. Flower has published his observations on an adult male specimen stranded in Pevensey Bay, Sussex

Murie, Dr.., 1865: Physalus antiqorum. Dr. Murie has published a description of a specimen, 60 feet long, captured in t

van Beneden, Prof.., 1865: Megaptera. Prof. van Beneden has examined and described the skeleton of the Rorqual of the Cape of G

Van Beneden., 1865: Balaena aleoutiensis has been indicated as a probably new species, by Van Beneden, Bull Acad. Sc., B

Cope., 1865: Balaena cisarctica, sp. n., Cope, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc Philad. 1865, p. 168, the Black Whale of the w

Gray, J. E.; Dr.., 1865: Dr. J. E. GRAY has published a paper on Cetaceans from the Cape of Good Hope. After a preliminary no

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Cephalophus. Dr. Gray describes a new species, C. longiceps, from a skull received from the Gaboon,

Weinland, Dr.., 1865: The fact, however, has been noticed before; thus, for instance, by Dr. Weinland Zool. Gart. 1863 p.

Pucheran, M., 1865: Cervus peronii. M. Pucheran states that F. Cuvier's statement of the occurrence of this species in T

Brehm, Dr.., 1865: Rusa paradoxa. Dr. Brehm has described under this name as a nsw species a Deer said to be from the M

Aucapitaine, M., 1865: M. Aucapitaine speaks of various races of the Dromedary, and particularly of those distinguished by

Anonymous., 1865: Equus caballus. An instance of a foal produced by a mule is recorded in Nat. Hist. Review, 1865, p.

Sclater, Dr.., 1865: Hippopotamus amphibius. Dr. Sclater has reported upon the birth of a Hippopotamus in the Zoological

Anonymous., 1865: Dr. Fitzinger's note, which originally appeared in Sitzgsber. Akad. Wiss. Wien, 1864, p. 181, is rep

Bulger, Capt.., 1865: Fiber zibethicus. Capt. Bulger mentions instances of the courage of the Musquash. Proc. Zool. Soc. 1

Peters, Prof.., 1865: Platacanthomys Blyth. Prof Peters has removed this genus from the Myoxina to the Murina, and chara

Gunn, T. E., 1865: Mus decumanus. A specimen suffering from hypertrophy of the skin has been observed by Mr. T. E. Gunn

D E.; L'ISLE, M. A., 1865: Mus rattus. M. A. DE L'ISLE has made researches into the affinity between Mus rattus and that form w

Giebel, Prof.., 1865: Prof. GIEBEL treats of the foramen in the zygomatic process, through which, in many Rodentia, a port

Bartlett., 1865: Otaria hookeri. Mr. Bartlett has made some observations on a tamed male Sea-lion, showing the great

Steenstrup, Prof.., 1865: Phoca barbata. Prof. Steenstrup explains the reasons which induce him to regard a fourth molar obser

Reinhardt, Prof.., 1865: Cystophora cristata. Prof. Reinhardt Vidensk. Meddel. naturh. Foren. Kjobenh. 1864 1865 pp. 248-26

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Cercoleptes caudivolvulus. Dr. Gray remarks that it uses its feet as hands, much in the manner of a

Claudius, Hr.., 1865: Hr. Claudius states that this species is not uncommon within a limited district in the vicinity of L

Schmidt, M.; Dr.., 1865: Vison lutreola. Dr. M. Schmidt has given an account of a specimen living in the Frankfort Zoological

Costa, Prof.., 1865: Mustela vulgaris. Prof. Costa has described a variety from Southern Italy, which he names var. merid

Biachoff, Prof.., 1865: Prof. Biachoff has examined the ovum and placenta of M. foina, mortes, and vulgaris, and discovered

Gray, J. E., 1865: In the Record of last year we gave an account of two synoptical monographs-of the Viverridae and Urs

Bonaparte., 1865: However, Bonaparte's Vulpes melanogaster is merely a variety of the type, the black colour being ass

Giebel., 1865: Canis familiaris. Prof. Giebel repeats his belief in the existence of different species among the ra

Wolf.; Sclater., 1865: Viverricula malaccensis, fig. in Zool. Sketch, by Wolf and Sclater, vol. ii.

Cornalia, M., 1865: Felis jacobita. For the diagnosis of this species see the preceding volume of this Record, p. 18. M.

de Saussure, M., 1865: Felis mexicana Sauss.. M. de Saussure thinks that it is most probably identical with F. canescens

Blyth., 1865: Felis leo. Mr. Blyth mentions instances of the appearance of Lions in parts of India where they had

Gray., 1865: Chrysochloris. Dr. Gray states, from a comparison of numerous examples and their skulls, that, besid

Voigtlander., 1865: Talpa europaea. Voigtlander states that he had seen in one nest twenty-one young of the same size. S

Hogg., 1865: Sorex remifer. Mr. Hogg discovered this Shrew between Norton and Billingham, and notices its differe

Giebel, Prof.., 1865: Erinaceus libycus. Prof. Giebel has published a description of this hedge-hog and of its skeleton, c

Du Bocage, Prof.., 1865: Potamogale. Prof, DU BOCAGE, in the memoir quoted above p. 5, has given a most important contribut

Hardy, M. E., 1865: M. E. HARDY has reported on a deposit of guano in a cave near Vesoul in France, the entire mass bein

De Filippi., 1865: Mus. Prof, de Filippi found one species only of this genus M. silvaticus in Western Persia, M. mut

Peters, Prof.., 1865: Histiotus velatus. Prof. Peters remarks that figs. 6a and 6 b of plate 13 in Casteln. Voy. Amer du S

Sowerby, W., 1865: Plecotus auritus. Mr. W. Sowerby has observed in an example kept in captivity that it caught flies b

Allen, Dr.., 1865: Synotus. Dr. Allen proposes to separate genetically the two American Barbastelles, S. macrotis and S

Peters, Prof.., 1865: Prof. PETERS has given a short synopsis of the genus Molossus and the genera allied to it in Monatsb

Peters, Prof.., 1865: Prof. PETERS Monatsber. Akad. Wiss. Berl. 1865, pp. 356, 357, and 524 has given a short synopsis of

Gray., 1865: 5. Phyllophora nigra Gray, Voy. Sulph. pl. 5 does not show any characters by which it may be disti

Gervais., 1865: 4. Gervais, in Casteln. Anim. nouv. Cheiropt p. 42, supposes that Vespertilio soricinus Pall. may

Blainville., 1865: 3. Blainville figures, in Osteogr. Cheiropt. pl. 7, under the erroneous name of Glossophaga soricinu

Pallas., 1865: However, afterwards Mem. Mus. iv. p. 418 he describes them as a distinct species of his genus Glos

Geoffroy St-Hilaire., 1865: 1. Geoffroy St-Hilaire Ann. Mus. Hist. Nat xiv. 1810, p. 179 first convinced himself of the correc

Peters., 1865: Glossophaga soricina. Prof. Peters Monatsber. Akad. Wiss. Berl. 1665, p. 351 has given an historic

Peters, Prof.., 1865: Prof. PETERS has revised the genera and species allied to Vampyrus spectrum, uniting them into a gro

Salter., 1865: Rhinolophus ferrum equinum. Mr. Salter haa recorded the occurrence of this species at Thomson Manor

Peters., 1865: Antrozous Allen. Professor Peters has demonstrated that the nearest ally of this American genus is

Peters., 1865: Nycteris grandis, sp. n., Peters, Monatsber. Akad. Wiss. Berl. 1865, p. 351. Similar to N. fuliginos

Rasch., 1865: 3. Molossus ursinus, Spix=Dysopcs alecto Temm.=M. rufus Geoffr. The measurements are given, p. 5

Peters, Prof.., 1865: Prof. PETERS has communicated a systematic synopsis of the groups and genera of Chiropteres, which w

Bartlett., 1865: Mr. Bartlett states that the Aye-Aye in the Zoological Gardens in Regent's Park is fond of fresh sug

Mivart.; Murie., 1865: Nycticebus tardigradus. Messrs. Mivart and Murie have examined and described the muscular structure.

Schlegel, Prof.., 1865: Prof. SCHLEGEL has determined two species of Lemur, one from Mayotte Comoro Islands, and the other

Giebel, Prof.., 1865: Prof. Giebel has examined the skeletons of Hapale jacchus, H. adipus, and H. rosalia, and the skull

Gray, Dr.., 1865: Hapale. Dr. Gray distinguishes four subgeneric groups: 1. Hapale, with H. aurita Geoflr.; 2. lacch

Murie, Dr.., 1865: Ateles cucullatus. The measurements of an animal in the flesh, and some notes on its anatomy, are gi

Gray., 1865: Cebus. Dr. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865 has examined the specimens of this genus in the British Muse

Wolf.; Sclater., 1865: Chiromys madagascariensis, fig. in Zoolog. Sketch, by Wolf and Sclater, vol. ii. .Felis bengalensis,

Murie, Dr.., 1865: Cercocebus albigena. Dr. Murie has compared the skull of Presbytes albigena Gray with those of Sem

Murie, Dr.., 1865: Colobus guereza. Dr. Murie has examined the anatomy of this species, which does not show any differe

Wyman, Prof.., 1865: Prof. Wyman has given comparative measurements of the pelvis and limbs in two Europeans, a Hottentot

Crisp, Dr.., 1865: Dr. CRISP has discovered an os penis in the Gorilla, as well as in the Chimpanzee. Proc. Zool. Soc.

Anonymous., 1865: M. GRATIOLET has recognized in a large Chimpanzee from Tropical Africa a distinct species, which he

Meyer, Hr R., 1865: Hr. R. Meyer has made remarks on an old example of a Gorilla, and on a skull Funft. Bericht d. Offen

Lucae, Prof.., 1865: Prof. LUCAE has published the results of a detailed examination of the osseous structure of the hand

Mivart., 1865: Mr. MIVART has entered into a detailed examination of the vertebral column of Quadrumana, Proc. Zool

Jeffrey, W. R., 1865: W. R. Jeffrey communicates notes on Pterophorus dichrodactylus, and on the food of various Pterophor

Becker., 1865: Pterophorus rinderae =volgensis is said by Becker to have a naked pupa, attached only by the tail.

Frey, H., 1865: H. Frey Mitth. Schw. ent Ges. 1865, pp. 330-336 enumerates 37 Swiss species of this family, 32 bel

Nickerl., 1865: Depressaria. Nickerl describes four new species of this genus: namely, Depressaria laserpitii, Wien.

Blackburn., 1865: Deprestaria. Blackburn records the species of this genus met with by him in the Isle of Wight. Ent.

Healy.; Stainton., 1865: Healy and Stainton remark on the intermittent occurrence of Bedellia somnulentella. Ent. M. Mag. ii.

Gallus., 1865: Gallus describes Stett. ent. Zeit 1865, pp. 352-354 the habits find metamorphoses of Ochsenheimcri

Farren., 1865: Farren publishes notes on the habits of numerous Tineidae, Ent. M. Mag. i. pp. 279-281. He refers to

Muhlig., 1865: Muhlig remarks Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, pp. 183-184 that he has found it better in breeding Colepho

Stainton., 1865: Gelechia ferrugella W. V., pp. 2-13, pl. 1. fig. 1; G. rufescens Haw., pp. 14-33, pl. 1. fig. 2;

Frey., 1865: FREY has commenced the enumeration of the Swiss species of this group Mitth. Schw. ent. Ges. 1865,

Rossler., 1865: Rossler has described the distinctive characters of Platyptilus ochrodactylus H.-Sch. and P. dichr

Delaharpe., 1865: Delaharpe discusses the possibility of keeping down the numbers of the destructive caterpillars of t

Piffard., 1865: Piffard ascribes at least a portion of the leaf-rolling action of the larvae of Tortricidae to the c

Anonymous., 1865: Farren publishes notes on the habits of Xanthosetia zaegana, X. hamana, and Chrosis tesserana, in En

Von Heyden., 1865: Von Heyden Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865 describes the larva of Conchylis helveticana l. c. p. 100, and

Gartner, A., 1865: The transformations of Dichrorampha gruneriana H.-Sch. are described by A. Gartner. Wien. ent. Mon

Anonymous., 1865: A list of Tortricidae new to the fauna of Holland includes Tortrix semialbana and pilleriana, Sciaph

Milliere., 1865: Tortrix promumbana Hubn. is described with its transformations by Milliere. Ic. et Descr. de Chen,

Heinemaan., 1865: Brephia, g. n., Heinemaan, Schm. Deutschl. Abth. ii. Bd. i. p. 173. Allied to Myelois; antennae in m

Laboulbene., 1865: Laboulbene states that Ephestia elutella has been bred from larva feeding on the dried bark of pomeg

Hellins., 1865: Botys asinalis. Metamorphosis described by Hellins, Ent. M. Mag. ii pp. 135-136, and 100.

Gartner, A., 1865: A. Gartner describes the transformations of Crambus chrysonuchellus Scop., Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865,

Fologne., 1865: Among five species of this family new to the Belgian fauna recorded by Fologne Ann. Soc. Ent Belg.

Hejden., 1865: Hejden Stett. ent. Zeit. 1805, p. 376 describes the distinctive characters Myelois Ilythia cruen

Milliere., 1865: The following known species are described and figured by Milliere, Iconogr. et Descript. de Chen, et

Guerin., 1865: The larva of Tortrix ooffearia is notieed by Nietner as injurious to the coffee-plantations in Ceylo

Fologne., 1865: Fologne records the occurrence of Eupithecia innotata at Ostend Ann. Soc. Ent. Belg. viii. p. 273.

Rossler., 1865: Rossler describes a pure-green variety of the larva of Eupithecia innotata Knoch. Wien. ent. Mon.

Hofmann., 1865: Hofmann describes the habits and transformations of Lobophora viretata and Eupithecia argillacearia.

Hopley., 1865: Hopley records the occurrence near Epping of immense multitudes of larvae said to be those of Cheima

Fauvel., 1865: And Fauvel Bull. Ent. Fr. 1865, pp. lii-liii. have made observations upon the occurrence of female

Girard., 1865: Girard Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome v. pp. 105-108

Dunning., 1865: Dunning describes a gynandromorphous specimen of Fidonia piniaria Linn., taken by him near Hudders

Ballion., 1865: Sixty-four species of this family are stated by Ballion to inhabit the neighbourhood of Gozki; but o

Weymer., 1865: The following known species are noticed by Weymer Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865:-Geometra papilionaria, d

Barrett., 1865: On the occurrence of Noduidae in sugar, see Barrett in Ent. M. Mag. i. p. 214 .and on their associat

Dunning., 1865: The habits of Dasypolia templi are noticed by Dunning, on the authority of Rev. J. Collins, Proc. En

Edmunds., 1865: On the hybernation of the larva of Hadena rectilinea, see Edmunds, Ent. M. Mag. ii. p. 19.

Buckler, W., 1865: Caradrina cubicularis. The larvae of this species have been found in great abundance feeding on peas

Guenn., 1865: The larva of Agrotis segetum, as being injurious to the coffee-plantations in Ceylon, is noticed by

Grote., 1865: Grote states that the larva of Heliothis armigera Hubn.=umbrosus Grote is destructive to the cot

Weymer., 1865: Weymer Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, p. 113 also states that larva of Orrhodia rubiginea have been found

Von Hagens., 1865: Caterpillars of N. Orrhodia rubiginea have been obtained from nests of Lasius fulidiginosus by Von

Hellins., 1865: Hellins describes a variety of the larva of Taniocampa gracilis. Ent. M. Mag. i. p. 283. .Varieties

Buckler., 1865: The larvae of the following species are described by Buckler in Ent. M. Mag. vol. ii.:-Agrotis ravid

Guenee., 1865: Guenee describes the metamorphoses of Plusia devergens Hubn.. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome v. p

Hence Nowicki., 1865: Cucullia lychnitidis. Larvae of Cucullia taken on Scrophularia, near Lemberg, furnished C. lychnitid

Milliere., 1865: Cerastis buxi Boisd., l. c. ii. pp. 15-17, pl. 52. figs. 5-8; .Glottula pancratii Cyr., l. c. pp

Milliere., 1865: The same author describes and figures the transformations of the following species:-Eriopus latreill

Bellier de Chavignerie., 1865: Bellier de Chavignerie exhibited April 12, 1865 living caterpillars of Polia asphodeli Ramb. whi

Fallou., 1865: Fallou states that his Bryoplila guenei proves to be only a variety of Erastria fuscula. Ann. Soc. E

Fologne., 1865: Fologne remarks Ann. Soc. Ent. Belg. tom. viii. p. 275 that the examples of Agrotis cursoria taken

Birchall, E., 1865: Lithosia cameola. The Entomologist vol. ii. pp. 255-256 contains notes on the natural history of t

M'Lachlan., 1865: M'Lachlan publishes an abstract of Guenee's paper on the sounds produced by Setina. Ent. M. Mag. ii.

Guenee., 1865: Setina. Guenee Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. tome iv pp. 399-401 states that the tympaniform vesicles

Reichenbach., 1865: Reichenbach describes a peculiar variety of Euprepia villica. Nova Acta Acad. Caes.-Leop. tom. xxxii

Fallou., 1865: The metamorphoses of Chelonia cervini are described and figured by Fallou, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser

Milliere., 1865: The following known species and varieties of known species are described and figured by Milliere, lc

Scott., 1865: Conaeca, g. n., Scott, Austr. Lepid. p. 26. male and female winged; wings long and narrow, lanceolat

Ferrario., 1865: Ferrario Rendic. 1st Lomb. vol. ii. pp. 48-50 recommends the use of mulberry-branches in rearing s

Anonymous., 1865: Under the title of Etudes chimiques et physiologiques sur les vers a soie Comptes Rendus, lxi. pp

Mouline., 1865: Notes on the following matters connected with the cultivation of the common Silkworm were communicat

Hutton., 1865: Hutton has published Ent Trans. 3rd ser. vol. ii. pp. 295-331 a second part of his memoir on the s

Cornalia., 1865: Cornalia Atti Soc. Ital. Sci. Nat. vol. viii. treats of the cultivation of Lasiocampa otus Drury

Lucas., 1865: Lucas describes the cocoon, the egg, and the male perfect insect of Saturnia bauhiniae. Ann. Soc. En

Guerin-Meneville., 1865: Guerin-Meneville states that his Saturnia bauhiniae forms tho typo of a new subgenus, to which he

Wullschlegel., 1865: Wullschlegel describes Bombyx yama-mai in its various stages, and indicates the mode of managing it.

B.; Durer., 1865: B. Durer Atti Soc. Ital. Sci. Nat. viii. pp. 168-173 records the results of a first experiment in

Chavannes., 1865: Chavannes reports on the cultivation of the Yama-mai silkworm in the open air near Nyon. He fed the

Guerin-Meneville., 1865: Guerin-Meneville describes the variations and the constant characters presented by individuals of Bo

Guerin-Meneville., 1865: Guerin-Meneville exhibited to the French Entomological Society dyed specimens of silk from the silkw

Westwood., 1865: Westwood remarks on the habits of the larva of Antheraea cynthia. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1865, p. 109.

Silliman., 1865: Attacus polyphemus. This moth has been successfully experimented on as a source of silk by Trouvelot

Moncreaff., 1865: Moncreaff Entomologist, ii. p. 177 describes the presence in the female of Bombyx neustria of glan

Annitap., 1865: Annitap records an instance of three males of an Oiketicus supposed to be O. kirbyi having simulta

Rogenhofer., 1865: Saturnia pavonia =carpini, W. V.. Rogenhofer describes four so-called hermaphrodite forms of this

Tieffenbach., 1865: Tieffenbach describes and figures a gynandromorphous specimen of Bombyx dispar, in which the differe

Erber., 1865: Onethocampa pityocampa is mentioned by Erber as most injurious to Pinus halepensis on the Dalmatian

Perris., 1865: Ferris records the devastations of Bombyx pityocampa among the pine trees of the Landes, and the des

Anonymous., 1865: The Entomologist vol. ii. contains notes on the habits of the following species:-Argyia pudibunda

Edwards, A., 1865: Platypteryx lacertula and falcula. A. Edwards publishes notes on the history of these species, Ent M

Gouley., 1865: Gouley states that from his observations Orgyia antiqua has only a single brood in the year in Lower

Milliere., 1865: The following known species are described and figured by Milliere, Iconogr. et Descr. de Chen, et Le

Milliere., 1865: Bombyx franoonica Fab.. The transformations and imago of this species are described and figured by

Baldwin., 1865: Leucoma vau-nigrum. Baldwin publishes a note on the occurrence of this species in England. Ent. M. M

Strom. , 1865: Strom Naturh. Tidsskr. 3rd aer. iii. pp. 44-47 enumerates three species of Orgyia, namely O. antiq

Deyro'le, H., 1865: H. Deyro'le mentions his having seen the caterpillar at the Gaboon, and gives a very imperfect accou

Berce.; Bellier de la Chavignerie., 1865: The relations of Liparis eremita to L. monacha are discussed by Berce and Bellier de la Chavignerie

Grote.; Robinson., 1865: Anisota. Grote and Robinson state, from an examination of spirit specimens, that A. rubicunda does n

Snellen., 1865: Snellen refers to the condition of the first vein in the hind wings of the Ptatypterycides. It is en

Newman., 1865: Newman describes a curious geographical race of Hepialis humuli from the Shetland Islands. Entomolog

Weymer., 1865: WEYMER Stett. ent. Zcit. 1865, p. 112 mentions the occurrence of Sesia scoliiformis near Elberfeld

Ballion., 1865: Ballion gives three species of this family as occurring in the vicinity of Gorki. Bull. Soc. Nat. Mo

Guenee., 1865: Guenee Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tome v. pp. 88-90 describes the habits and transformations of Zy

Weymer., 1865: Weymer Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, p. 111 states that the larva of Sphinx ligustri feeds on the holly.

Fitch., 1865: Sphinx quinquemaculatus Haworth. The habits of this insect, the larva of which is injurious to tob

Syme., 1865: Syme describes the habits of the larvae of Deilephila galii. Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 5-8.

Becker., 1865: Deikphila nerii. Becker records the occurrence of this species in the larva-state at Sarepta during

Fallou, M., 1865: Girard records the capture, by M. Fallou, of a freshly developed specimen of Macroglossa stellatarum

Horton, E., 1865: Macroglossa stellatarum. E. Horton states he reared a second brood of this species in the autumn of

Fauvel., 1865: Of this family 16 species are cited by FAUVEL Mem. Soc. Linn. Norm. tome xiii 1865. as inhabitants

Grote., 1865: GROTE publishes Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. v. pp. 33-84 a revision of the Sphingidae of Cuba, from

Pristo, J., 1865: The habits of Thymele alveolus are noticed by J. Pristo, Entom. ii. p. 149.

Werneburg., 1865: Werneburg remarks on the synonymy and variation of several species of Hesperia. Mitth. Schw. ent. Ge

Moschler., 1865: Moschler Wien. ent Mon. Bd. viii. pp. 193-195 describes the comparative characters of Syrichthus

Kirby., 1865: A dwarf specimen of Polyommatus icarus =alexis, measuring only 81/2 lines in expanse, is recorded

Davis., 1865: Thecla quercus. Courtice records an instance of cannibalism in the larva of this species. Ent. M. Ma

Plotz., 1865: Plotz Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, p. 115 describes his finding numerous caterpillars of Lycana argus f

Girard., 1865: Girard describes a singular instance of great variation both of the upper and lower surfaces in a fe

Stainton., 1865: The food of the larva is stated by Stainton to be Rhynchospora alba. Ent M. Mag. ii. p. 44.

Buckler., 1865: The larva of C. davus is also described by Buckler, Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 65-66

Kirby., 1865: Translated by Kirby, Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 64-65

Weymer., 1865: Weymer Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, pp. 110-111 remarks on the transformations of Arge galathea, and es

Anonymous., 1865: Newman publishes life-histories of Satyrus janira, Entom. ii. pp. 244-246

Pristo., 1865: Pristo has notes on the habits of Arge galathea in Entomologist, ii. p. 148.

Rogenhofer., 1865: Erebia medea. An hermaphrodite form of this species, having the left side male and the right female,

Behr., 1865: Behr Proc. Calif. Acad. Nat Sci. vol. iii. pp. 163-166 enumerates the species of this subfamily fo

Milliere., 1865: Arge clotho Hubn., var. cleanthe Boisd., is described and figured with its transformations by Mi

Speyer., 1865: Speyer Stett. ent. Zeit 1865, pp. 241-248 states that Erebia reichlini Herr.-Sch. is specificall

Scudder., 1865: SCUDDER has published a revision of the North American species of the genus Chionobas Proc. Ent. So

Butler., 1865: Charaxes. Butler Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865 describes C. saturnus, p. 624, pl. 36. fig. 1, from South A

Smith, F., 1865: F. Smith records the occurrence of great numbers of Cynthia cardui in company with Vanessa atalanta

Newman., 1865: Newman publishes life-histories of the following species:-Melitaea athalia, Entom. ii. pp. 243-244;

Bignell., 1865: A. aglaia, adippe, and paphia, by Bignell, ibid.

Guenee., 1865: Guenee has some remarks on the habits of Melitaea parthenoides Kef.. Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. tom

Fallou., 1865: Fallou describes a variety of Melitaea parthenie Borkh. from Zermatt, which he thinks may be the M

Doubleday, H., 1865: Vanessa urticae is said, by H. Doubleday, to produce two broods in the year. Entomologist, ii. p. 29

Girard., 1865: Pyrameis atalanta. Girard records the occurrence of a variety of this species with two white spots o

Behr., 1865: Behr Proc. Calif. Acad. vol. iii. pp. 123-127 refers to various species of this group inhabiting C

Bates., 1865: Bates Journ. of Entom. ii. pp. 311-346 has concluded his account of the Nymphalinae of the valley

Wilson, A., 1865: A. Wilson adduces reasons for regarding Vanessa ichnusa Bon. as distinct from V. urticae. Ent. M.

Trimen., 1865: Trimen states Proc. Ent. Soc. 1865, p. 61 that Charaxes argymnides Westw.= Nymphalis jahlusa Tr

Butler., 1865: Charaxes. Butler has published Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, pp. 623-639 a synoptic list of the known spe

Butler., 1865: Butler describes and figures Romalaeosoma medon Lin.. Proc. Zool. Soc. 1865, p. 672. fig. 6.

Bates., 1865: Ageronia. Bates Journ. of Ent ii. p. 311 describes the habits of the larvae of this genus, and sta

Bates., 1865: Argynnis diana. Notes on the sexual differences of this and other species of Argynnis, with explanat

Dorfmeister, G., 1865: G. DORFMEISTER Mittheil. naturw. Ver. fur Steiermark, Heft ii. 1864, pp. has experimented upon the

Taschenberg., 1865: Taschenberg Naturg. wirbell. Thiere describes the characters and habits of the following species o

Weymer., 1865: Weymer Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, p. 111 remarks that Colias palaeno is seen at Aix-la-Chapelle in Ju

Thorncroft., 1865: Thorncroft Entomologist, ii. pp. 280-290 records his having seen numerous individuals of Pieris na

Reakirt., 1865: Reakirt describes numerous varieties of Colias philodice God.. Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. iv. pp.

Lederer., 1865: Lederer Wien. ent. Mon. Bd. viii. p. 165, taf. 3. figs. 1 2 describes and figures a variety cau

Bond., 1865: Bond describes two varieties of Gonepteryx rhamni, each exhibiting traces of the coloration of the o

Timins., 1865: Vanessa antiopa. Specimens taken at Cannes, in April 1865, had the borders of the wings white, thoug

Ballion., 1865: Ballion, in his Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Gorki Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. xxxvii. pt. 1. pp. 357-

Fauvel., 1865: Fauvel Mem. Soc. Linn. Norm. tom. xiii. enumerates 73 species of this family as inhabiting the dep

Birchall., 1865: Birchall has commenced publishing some notes on the Lepidoptera of Ireland Ent. M. Mag. i. pp. 270-

Prittwitz., 1865: Prittwitz l. c. p. 310 mentions Brassolis sophora as an inhabitant of the district of Rio, and giv

Walsh., 1865: Walsh Proc. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1865, pp. 104-105 also instances Danais plexippus and Limenitis disipp

D'Urban., 1865: D'Urban Ent. M. Mag. ii. p. 108 calls attention to some examples of mimetic analogies in Butterfli

Kirby., 1865: Kirby has published Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. tom. v. pp. 321-330 a catalogue of the European spe

Peale., 1865: Peale describes the means by which he preserves specimens of Lepidoptera from the attacks of insects

Barrett., 1865: Barrett publishes some further notes on collecting Lepidoptera from thatch. Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 17-

Knaggs., 1865: Knaggs has continued his instructions in collecting and managing Lepidoptera, in Ent. M. Mag. i. pp.

Hodgkinson., 1865: Hodgkinson describes the general results of his collecting Lepidoptera in the spring of 1865. Ent. M

Stainton., 1865: According to Stainton Entom. Annual for 1866, pp. 19-40 the additions made to the list of British

Birchall, H., 1865: H. Birchall's notes on collecting Lepidoptera in New Granada relate chiefly to the Rhopalocera. Zool

De la Chaumette., 1865: De la Chaumette has published notes on species of Indian Lepidoptera, chiefly Butterflies, observed

Young, A., 1865: A. Young communicates to the Entomologist ii. pp. 230-231 a list of a few species of Lepidoptera c

Mann., 1865: Mann has added Wien. ent. Mon. Bd. viii. pp. 173-190 a list of species to his catalogue of the Lep

Becker., 1865: Becker gives a list of a few species of Lepidoptera new to the fauna of Sarepta. Bull. Soc. Nat. Mos

Werneburg., 1865: Werneburg has published Stett. ent. Zeit. 1865, pp. 148-156 a list of the Lepidoptera observed by

Lederer., 1865: Lederer Wien. ent. Mon. Bd. viii. pp. 165-172 gives a list of the species of Lepidoptera collected

de la Chavignerie, Bellier., 1865: Bellier de la Chavignerie communicates the results of his collecting Lepidoptera in the environs of

Fauvel., 1865: Fauvel has published Bull. Soc. Linn. Norm. tome ix. p. 126 some addenda to his list of Diurnal an

Timins, Douglas C., 1865: Douglas C. Timins communicates Proc. Ent. 1865, pp. 102-103 the results of a month's collecting, c

Baker., 1865: Baker publishes a list of Lepidoptera taken at Bournemouth in July. Ent. M. Mag. ii. pp. 21-23.

Chappell., 1865: Chappell enumerates some Lepidopterous insects taken by him in Staffordshire. Ent. M. Mag. ii. p. 47

Horton., 1865: Horton publishes notes on the Lepidoptera observed by him near Worcester, Ent. M. Mag. i. p. 189 .Ho

Bold., 1865: Bold Nat. Hist. Trans. Northumb. and Durh. i. p. 127 states that Lepidoptera generally were rare i

Barrett.; Horton., 1865: Barrett and Horton publish notes on the hybernation of various Lepidoptera in Ent. M. Mag. i. p. 238

Llewellyn., 1865: Llewellyn publishes some notes on peculiarities in the mode of occurrence of varieties of certain Le

Walsh., 1865: Walsh Proc. Bost. Nat. Hist. Soc. ix. p. 312 cites papers published by him in American agricultura

Greene., 1865: Greene mentions Entomologist, ii. pp. 325-327, in reply to a question published in a previous numb

Moore., 1865: Moore has communicated some remarks on the parasitic fungi of insects in connexion with specimens fo

Laboulbene., 1865: LABOULBENE communicated to the French Entomological Society an account of Wagner's experiments upon

Watson, John., 1865: JOHN WATSON indicates the use that may be made of the plumules of certain Butterflies in the determi

Herrich-schaffer., 1865: HERRICH-SCHAFFER Regensb. Corr.-Blatt, 1865, pp. 132-137, 169-171, and 180-182 criticises the foll

Grote., 1865: GROTE publishes Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vol. iv. pp. 318-320 some notes on the geographical distribu

Westwood., 1865: WESTWOOD mentions a mode of preserving larvae adopted by Burchell, which, he states, preserves their

De Bompart, Gasselin., 1865: GASSELIN DE BOMPART communicates a mode of preserving collections and destroying any insects that ma

Pascoe.; Westwood.; Saunders., 1865: PASCOE has discussed the practice of changing the names of genera on account of similarity of sound,

Goureau., 1865: GOUREAU communicated to the French Entomological Society some remarks on the occurrence of Nematode

Sichel., 1865: SICHEL remarks on the early appearance of Hymenoptera in warm seasons. Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1865, p.

Girard., 1865: GIRARD communicates the results of some experiments in rearing caterpillars of Vanessa urticae. In o

Pascoe., 1865: PASCOE publishes some observations on the occurrence of various insects on the snow-fields of Monte

Liais., 1865: LIAIS has published some notes on the action of the wings in the flight of insects. Comptes Rendus,

Silliman., 1865: An abstract of WALSH'S observations on phytophagic varieties, c., is published in Silliman's 'Ameri

Wilson., 1865: WILSON has communicated to the Entomological Society of London Proc. 1864, pp. 50, 51 some notes o

Winchell., 1865: Selandria cerasi Harris. Winchell describes the habits of this species and its larva, and gives so

Kidd, H. W., 1865: H. W. Kidd describes a woolly gall found by him on the oak. Ent M. Mag. ii. p. 141.

Inchbald., 1865: Inchbald records his having bred Aulax subaudi from a gall formed on Hieracium boreale. Ent. M. Mag.

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