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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38831

Chapter 38831 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

Dohrn, C.A., 1866:
C. A. DOHRN publishes a short note on collecting cave-beetles. He describes the succession of specie

Joseph, Dr., 1866:
Dr. JOSEPH has published some notes on the Carinthian caves and their beetles. Jahresber. schles. Ge

Taschenberg., 1866:
TASCHENBERG notices the occurrence of a slight movement in the tips of the antennae of two specimens

Saunders, W.W., 1866:
Two larva-cases of Beetles from Brazil are noticed by W. W. Saunders, Proc. Ent. Soc. 1866, p. xxx.

Rojas., 1866:
ROJAS publishes some remarks upon the Coleoptera living on the maize-plant in the province of Caracc

Pascoe., 1866:
PASCOE notices the contents of a small collection of Coleoptera from Fremantle West Australia. Pro

Schiodte., 1866:
SCHIODTE Naturh. Tidsskr. 3rd ser. iv. treats of the tunnelling Coleoptera Bledius, Heterocerus, a

Anonymous., 1866:
T. lacera, sp. n., Verr. ibid., Singapore.

Anonymous., 1866 :
Dub. Quart. Jour. Scien. January 1866, pp. 48-52.

Bennett, E.H., 1866:
Anthea cereus. E. H. Bennett mentions a mode of fissiparous reproduction observed in this Actinoxoan

Graffe., 1866:
GRAFFE Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvi. p. 585 notices the principal forms of this group met wi

Gray., 1866:
Sp. C. japonica, sp. n., Gray, Ac. p. 26. fig. 1, Japan. .Homophyton Gray l c. p. 27 Coral arboresce

Verrill., 1866:
Verrill, Am. Journ. Sci. 2nd series, vol. xlii Sept. 1866 p. 283 VERRILL in a critical notice of Kol

Anonymous., 1866:
Vorrill's genus was not published until October 1865. Kolliker's 'Icones,' though dated on the titl

Verrill., 1866:
VERRILL establishes a new genus, Lissogorgia, for the Antipathes Flabellum Esper, and remarks on t

Verrill., 1866:
VERRILL Proc. Bost Soc N. H. x. describes the following known species of his suborder Gorgonacea:-

Verrill., 1866:
The remarks of Agassiz on the affinities of this group l. c. pp. 7-13 should be carefully consider

Verrill., 1866:
VERRILL Proc. Boat. Soc. N. H. x. describes the following known species belonging to his suborder

Verill., 1866:
VERILL Proc. Bost Soc N. H. x. gives a list of the species of this group inhabiting the sea of Pan

Mcintosh, W.C., 1866:
W. C. MC INTOSH Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinb. vol. v. p. 602 gives a list of thirteen species of Actinozo

Anonymous., 1866:
A German translation of a paper which appeared in 'The Ibis' for 1861 pp. 374-399.

Gould., 1866:
Nectris brevicaudus, an account of its habits reprinted from Mr. Gould's 'Handbook of the Birds of A

Carte, A., 1866:
A. Carte, P. Z. S. 1866, pp. 93, 94, pl. x. fig. mala.

Coues, Dr., 1866:
Or Dr. Coues Proc. Acad. Philad. 1862, pp. 291-312, 535-559, and 1863, pp. 121-138, when the limit

Bruch., 1866:
The author admits eighty-four species as well established, a number considerably less than do either

Anonymous., 1866:
A synonymatic list of the nine species of the genus, two of which, however, have not been examined b

Parker, W.K., 1866:
Completes the portion noticed last year Zool. Record, ii. p. 128, and contains an enumeration of a

Anonymous., 1866:
Idem, Ibis, 1868, p. 265.

Anonymous., 1866:
The young described, Idem, Proc. Acad. Philad. 1866, p. 94. Its range inosculates with that of L. ca

Coues, E., 1866:
Lophortyx gambel, observations on its habits from field-notes. E. Coues, Ibis, 1866, pp. 46-55.

Gueerin-Meneville., 1866:
Gueerin-Meneville, R. Z. 1866, p. 316.

Bianconi, Sig., 1866:
Coturnix fornasinii, Sig. Bianconi's description Zool. Record, ii. p. 126 reprinted.

Lunel, G., 1866:
Notice of other hybrids, G. Lunel, Bull. Soc Orn. Suiese, 1866, p. 110.

Olph-Gaillard, M., 1866:
Perdix saxatilis and P. petrosa. M. Olph-Gaillard's paper on hybrids between these two species Zool

Anonymous., 1866:
J. f. O. 1866, pp. 269-285.

von Martens, E.; Dr., 1866:
Mr. Wallace's paper Ibis, 1865, pp. 365-400 noticed by us last year Zool. Record, ii. pp. 121, 12

Philippi, M.; Landbeck., 1866:
As noticed last year Zool. Record, ii. p, 107, this paper consists of remarks on one by Messrs Phi

Gosse., 1866:
Pterodroma caribbaea is the name given to the Blue-Mountain Duck of Jamaica, first mentioned by Mr

Lawrence, G.N., 1866:
Phaethornis cassini is described as a new species from New Granada, differing from all others of the

Wallace., 1866:
Collocalia hypoleuca, C. spilura, and C. neglecta are separated from the C. esculenta of Mr. Wallace

Blanchard, M., 1866:
This highly important and elaborate paper requires no small care to bring out its most interesting f

Humbert, A., 1866:
A. Humbert, Bull. Soc. Orn. Suisse, 1866, pp. 69-80.

Schlegel, H., 1866:
Prof. Schlegel N. T. D. iii. p. 318, note considers P. mauritianus to be founded upon a bone of Mi

Buller, W., 1866:
Apteryx. Several bits of new information respecting the different existing species of this genus are

Altum, Dr., 1866:
The author records his own observations on this question, which has already attracted the notice of

Sclater, P.L., 1866:
Stenopsis langsdorfi and S. platura, Pelzeln, are described as two new species,-the first from Eas

Leotaud, A., 1866:
Dendrocolaptes altirostris is described as a new species from Trinidad, hardly distinguishable in pl

Wallengren., 1866:
Sixty-six species observed breeding, none of which have not been mentioned in that character by prev

Lilford, Lord., 1866:
This paper, giving an account of two nests of the species found in Spain, contains a few interesting

Pelzeln, Herr Von., 1866:
Some not very important additions to the instances recounted by Herr von Pelzeln which we noticed la

Bogdanow., 1866:
This paper gives only the results of the author's investigations into this difficult subject. He def

Scl.; Salv., 1866:
Chamoeospiza torquata, Scl. Salv. Ibis, 1860, p. 274, is Pyrgisoma leucote.

Salvin., 1866:
And Mr. Salvin enters into a few particulars ofthe various journeys of exploration made by himself,

Sclater., 1866:
This contains a list of species not included in the papers published by the author and Mr. Sclater i

Gundlach, Dr., 1866:
This series of papers is very important, containing as it does a complete list of the Birds of Cuba

Anonymous., 1866:
While a German translation is contained 'Journ. fur Orn.' 1866, pp. 241-269, 338-352.

Anonymous., 1866:
And the whole is reprinted, 'Ibis,' 1867, pp. 257-293

Anonymous., 1866:
It must be observed that the results which we have here set down as arrived at by the author are rea

Martens, E.; Von Dr., 1866:
A German translation, by Dr. E. von Martens, of the paper Ibis, 1865, pp. 365-400 noticed last yea

Blyth., 1866:
This contains comments on a paper of Mr. Blyth's Zool. Record, ii. pp. 72, 73, and a very great va

Hartmann., 1866:
A continuation of Dr. Hartmann's translation mentioned by us last year Zool. Record, ii. p. 60, wh

Bolle., 1866:
The conclusion of Dr. Bolle's translation, which we last year noticed Zool Record, ii. p. 67.

Anonymous., 1866:
This publication we have not seen. We quote its title from the 'Revue et Magasin de Zoologie' for 18

Anonymous., 1866:
Hydrachna globosa. Lucas mentions the occurrence of pupae of this species in considerable numbers at

Ehrenberg., 1866:
EHRENBERG notices the occurrence of mites Tyroglyphus domesticus in abundance within vessels conta

Beck., 1866:
BECK records the occurrence of an Acaride, probably a Cheyletus, which produces eggs agamically. He

Robertson, C., 1866:
C. ROBERTSON has described a minute parasitic species of this order found, by him in the veins and o

Low, F., 1866:
F. LOW notices his having found 2 specimens of Chelifer wideri Koch adhering symmetrically to the

Lucas., 1866:
LUCAS notices the discovery by Lespes in the cave of L'Herm, near Foix, of an Arachnide remarkable f

Menge., 1866:
Cycclosa g. n. Menge l. c. p. 73. Allied to Epera; forehead projecting in front; frontal eyes larger

Menge., 1866:
Other known species are cited as belonging to new genera, the total number of Prussian species descr

Low, F., 1866:
F. Low notices the occurrence of Xysticus viaticus Linn. in goasamer webe about Vienna. Verh. zool

Lucas., 1866:
LUCAS notices the third moulting of a Mygale bicolor in captivity. Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1866, p. xliv

Saunders., 1866:
SAUNDERS notices a leaf nest from New South Wales. supposed to be formed by a spider. Proc. Ent. Soc

Staveley., 1866:
Miss STAVELEY calls attention to the presenoe of a comb-like row of teeth on the maxillae of Spiders

Prach., 1866:
PRACH'S list of Spiders inhabiting the vicinity of Prague Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvi. 1866

Menge., 1866:
Menge Schr. naturf. Ges. in Danzig, Neue Folge i pp. 21-33 describes the external and internal str

Graffe., 1866:
Graffe remarks Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien xvi p. 590 upon the Arachnida of the Fiji Islands. A

Keferstein., 1866:
KEFERSTEIN Gotting. Nachr. 1866, pp. 215-228 refers to a collection of Sipunculidae, chiefly from

Agassiz., 1866:
AGASSIZ refers to some parasitic worms, resembling a Leech more than anything else, attaining a leng

Lankester., 1866:
Chaetogaster vermicularis, Mull. Lankester gives a very brief epitome of an interesting paper on the

Grube., 1866:
Perichaeta taitensis, sp. n., Grube, l. c. p. 180, Tahiti near to P. viridis, Schm., from Ceylon.

D.Haan., 1866:
Under the name of Lycoris fucata De Haan describes a species of Annelid constantly found associated

Graffe., 1866:
GRAFFE Verh. zool-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvi. p. 587 remarks on the habits of the Balolo worm Palolo

Graffr., 1866:
GRAFFE Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvi. p. 887 remarks upon some of the Annelida observed by hi

Lankester., 1866:
LANKESTER gives a list of the Turbellaria and Annelida met with by him in a dredging expedition off

Mecznikoff., 1866:
MECZNIKOFF, in a short paper, entitled Ueber die Sinnes-organe einiger Anneliden, calls attention

Quatrefages., 1866:
QUATREFAGES'S paper on the Classification of the Annelids vide Zool. Record for 1865, p. 714 w

Hislop, R., 1867:
And R. HISLOP a list of Beetles taken in Morayshire l. c. pp. 110-112. See also a note by Hislop

Poelman., 1867:
The paper is reported on by Poelman l. c. pp. 71-78.

Mcintosh., 1867:
Dr. MCINTOSH describes a gregariniform parasite met with in Borlansia octolineata, as well as in lar

Houghton, W., 1867:
Mesostomum personatum, Sdt. The Rev. W. Houghton mentions the occurrence of this Rhabdocael Planaria

Kowalewsky., 1867:
Balanoglossus. Kowalewsky's paper on the anatomy of this worm is abstracted in Ann. Mag. Nat Hist.

Peres, J., 1867:
Rhabditis terricola. Prof. Claparede gives, in the Bibl. Univ. Oct. 25, 1867, a notice of a thesis p

Kalmus, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Kalmus records a case of Trichinosis as occurring in Brunn, Verhand. des naturfors. Verein in Br

Moore, W.D.; Dr., 1867:
Dr. W. D. MOORE has given an account of Dr. Rasmussen's work on the development of Echinococci, part

Anonymous., 1867:
See also a note by the same author, Sur les Helminthes de l'homme et des animaux domestiques, Comp

Krabbe, M.H., 1867:
M. H. KRABBE'S remarks on the Entozoa of man and the domestic animals in Iceland are translated in.

Anonymous., 1867:
The publication of Mecznikow's paper on Aptilus letitiformis vide 'Zool. Record,' 1866 pp. 577 57

Tatem., 1867:
Chaetonotus longicaudatus sp. n. Tatem Quart. Journ. Micr. Sc. vol. xv 1867 p. 262 pl. 10. fig. 1 fo

Garner., 1867:
Synchoeta baltica. Garner mentions that this Rotifer has the power of forming a very fine thread, by

Giebel., 1867:
GIEBEL publishes Zeitschr. fur die ges. Naturw. xxviii. p. 397 a list of the species of this group

Saunders, W.W., 1867:
W. W. SAUNDERS notices 2 species of Coccus which attacked the bulb of an orchid from New Granada. Pr

Giraud., 1867:
GIRAUD notices Coccus festucoe Fonsc. and Aspidiotus quercicola Bouche and their hyinenopterous

Lubbock., 1867:
LUBBOCK remarks, in his presidential address for 1867, on Balbiani's supposed discovery of hermaphro

Cooke, M.C., 1867:
M. C. COOKE notices the Aphidian galls of tho elm, and states that the fluid occurring in them is us

Coret., 1867:
CORET mentions that the Aphides A. rosa from the roses cultivated in great numbers at Puteaux, tak

Sionoret.; Balbiani., 1867:
SIGNORET BALBIANI have detected a singular instance of dimorphism in the young of Aphis aceris Fah

Signoret., 1867:
SIGNORET publishes some observations by Rouget of Dijon on the occurrence of Tettigometra loeta H.-

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS's observations Zeitschr. fur wiss. Zool. xvii. 1867 pp. 152-158, pl. 11. figs. 17, 18 on

Marshall., 1867:
MARSHALL Ent. M. Mag. iii. has concluded his essay on tho British species of Auchenorhynchous Homo

Wahnschaffe., 1867:
WAHNSCHAFFE records the occurrence of Velia currens Fab. upon brackish water near Sulldorf. Berl.

Frauenfeld., 1867:
Halobates. Frauenfeld Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 456-460 notices the species of this

Stal., 1867:
Apiomerida Stal OEfvers. Vet.-Akad. Forh. xxiii pp. 247-248 gives a table of the genera of this subf

Westwood., 1867:
WESTWOOD records that a species of this group probably Enicocephalus tasmanicus, Westw. dances in

Goureau., 1867:
GOUREAU Insectes nuisibles, pp. 64-70 notices at considerable length the history of Cimex ledulari

Baudel., 1867:
BAUDEL describes the ravages committed among the vines in the neighbourhood of Constantine by Nysius

Shimer., 1867:
SHIMER has published Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. 1867, pp. 75-80 an account of his observations up

Douglas.; Scott., 1867:
DOUGLAS and SCOTT Ent. M. Mag. iv. pp. 1-3 describe Lygaeus equastris Linn. as a British species

Perty., 1867:
PERTY Mitth. naturf Ges. in Bern, 1867, p. 306 notices an example of Dicranoctphalus nugax having

Vollenhoven., 1867:
Dalcantha. Vollenhoven Tijdsch. v. Ent 2de ser. i. p. 216 characterizes this genus, and describes

Mulsant.; Rey., 1867:
The following figures of species of this group are given by Mulsant Rey Ann. Soc. Linn. Lyon, xiv

Douglas., 1867:
DOUGLAS has continued his remarks upon some peculiarities in the development of these insects. His f

Jakowlew., 1867:
JAKOWLEW publishes Horae Soc. Ent Ross. iv. pp. 145-163 a list of the Heteropterous Rhynchota of t

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verb, zool.-bot Ges. in Wien xvii pp. 433 and 456-460 indicates the species of this gro

Philpeaux, M.J.M., 1867:
M. J. M. PHILPEAUX Ann. Sc Nat 1867 vii p. 228; Compt Road. 1867, June 10, p. 1204; Ann. Mag. Nat

Dumieril, M., 1867:
M. DUMIERIL devotes also a separate memoir to monstrosities chiefly of the limbs observed among th

Dumeril, M., 1867:
M. DUMERIL continues his observations on the development of the Axolotl. He shows by experiments tha

Bonnaret, Dr., 1867:
Chioglossa lusitanica Dr. Bonnaret has found an example, which ht describes and figures in Arch. Cos

Hensel, Dr., 1867:
The same frog is described by Dr. Hensel in Wiagm. Arch. 1867, p. 151, who, not paying regard to the

Giebel., 1867:
Hyla prasina. Dr. Giebel states that this species is certainly not identical with H. pulchella, but

Peters, Prof., 1867:
Chiroleptes australis Gray is described by Prof. Peters as Phradops alutaceus g. et sp. n., Mona

Keferstein, Dr., 1867:
Platyplectrum Dr. Keferstein describes three species of this genus, l. c. pp. 345, 346, vix. Pl. mar

Cope., 1867:
The two last ibid. vi. pp. 201, 202. .According to Mr. Cope, Pohlia is probably Ronula Ptrs., as d

Cope., 1867:
Crinia ignita, stolatat and stictivertris are described as new species by Mr. Cope, from West Austra

Anonymous., 1867:
RANIFORMIA. I. Bufonoid Raniformia. 1. BREVICIPITIDAE: Breviceps. 2. ENGYSTOMIDAE: Phrynomantis, Mic

Cope, E.D., 1867:
During the progress of his researches, the author has discovered some other in his opinion importa

Cope, E.D., 1867:
Mr. E. D. Cope has continued his researches into the anatomical, and especially the osteological str

Keferstein, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Keferstein describes Limnodynastes peronii, Gotting. Nachricht 1867, p. 343, and certainly goes

de Betta, E., 1867:
Vipera aspis. E. de Betta describes and figures a case of a double-headed monstrosity. Att. Ist Vene

M'Coy, Prof., 1867:
Pseudonaja nuchalis. Prof. M'Coy doubts the distinctness of this snake from Diemennia superciliaris,

Bocage., 1867:
Psammophylax rhombeatus. Dr. Bocage has received an example from Benguella, which he refers with dou

Cope., 1867:
In our abstract of Mr. COPE'S system of Saurians Zool. Record, ii. p. 109, the second suborder Ny

Anonymous., 1867:
Hatteria. Dr. Gunther has examined the anatomy of this singular Saurian. An abstract of the paper ap

Hensel, Dr., 1867:
Southern Brazil. Dr. Hensel gives descriptions of or remarks on twenty-six Batrachians collected by

Grandidler, M., 1867:
Madagascar. M. Grandidler describes two Tortoises, seven Lizards, and one Snake, collected by him on

Peters, Prof., 1867:
South-western Africa. Prof. Peters enumerates 18 species of Saurians and Ophidians 1 Bufo collecte

Anonymous., 1867:
West Africa. Dr. Bocage has given a second list of Reptiles received by the Lisbon Museum from the P

v Martens, Dr., 1867:
Japan. Dr. v. Martens Preuss. Ostasiat Expedit. pp. 109-116, see above p. 1 gives a general sketch

Milde, Dr., 1867:
Meran. Dr. Milde has made some observations on the Lizards and Snakes in the neighbourhood of Meran.

Fritsch., 1867:
Austria. Notes on the dates on which the Reptiles of the Austrian Empire commence and terminate thei

Anonymous., 1867:
Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist vol. six. 1867, p. 373.

Oesterreicher., 1867:
A series of soundings, twenty-nine in number, were made in November 1866, by Captain OESTERREICHER,

Archer, W., 1867:
W. ARCHER exhibited specimens of this beautiful new form to the Microscopical Club of Dublin in Apri

Archer., 1867:
R. viridis, sp. n., co. Wicklow, Ireland, Archer, Quart. Journ. Mic. Sci. vol. xv. p. 178.

Archer, W., 1867:
W. ARCHER describes a new species of Difflugia, D. carinata, related to, but distinct from, D. trian

Clark, H.J., 1867:
H. J. CLARK's paper on the animality of the Ciliate Sponges and on their affinities with the flagell

Obay, J.E., 1867:
Dr. J. E. OBAY Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. vol. xix. 1867, p. 44 describes some very young specimens of

Fritz Muller., 1867:
FRITZ MULLER, in a paper on Balanus armatus, Archiv f. Naturg. xxxiii Jahrg. 1. Bd. 1867, p. 330, re

Schmidt., 1867:
Sarootragus, Sdt.: S. spinulosus, Schmidt, Spang. Adriat. p. 85.

Schmidt., 1867:
Fam. 4. HIRCINIADAE. Skeleton formed of two kinds of horny fibres,-the one thick, and with a central

Blainv., 1867:
Siphunia, Blainv.: S. typum, Blainv. Man. Act. p. 536.

Schmidt., 1867:
Cacospongia, Sdt.: C. mollior, Schmidt, Spong. Adriat. p. 27. .Aplysina, Sdt.: A. aerophoba Nardo,

Bowerb., 1867:
Order II. KERATOSPONGIA. Sponge elastic Skeleton formed of horny netted fibres, generally without, b

Anonymous., 1867:
Fam. 2. APHROCALLISTIDAE. Sponge tubular; tubes closed with a reticulated lid; parietes formed of ag

Gray., 1867:
Miliusia, Gray, 1859: M. callocyathes, Gray, P. Z. S. 1860, p. 439, Radiata, pl. 16. .MacAndrewia, G

Donne, M., 1867:
M. DONNE, in a note entitled Experience relative aux generations spontanees des animalcules infuso

Zenker, S., 1867:
ZENKER'S 'Beitrage zur Naturgeschichte der Infusorien' vide 'Zoological Record, I866, p. 639 will

Ninni, A.P., 1867:
A. P. NINNI describes a new species ? of Cotlwrnia, under the name of Coth. pancierii. Atti d. r.

Bert, M., 1867:
M. Bert has also observed the effects of several chemicals on the living animal. Compt. Rend. 1867,

Kner, Prof., 1867:
Leius ferox Kner. Prof. Kner says that it is not identical with Laemargus labordii, Q. G. Ak.

Lockwood, S.; Rev., 1867:
Hippocampus hudsonius. The Rev. S. Lockwood describes the expulsion of the young from the pouch of t

Ambrose., 1867:
Mr. Ambrose's observations on the Herring of the Nora-Scotian coast, in Proc. Trans. N. Scot. Inst

Andrews., 1867:
Clupea harengus. Mr. Andrews, on speaking on the Herring-fisheries of Ireland, has made some remarks

Carbonnier, M., 1867:
Esox lucius. M. Carbonnier has published observations on the Pike; he explains the great difference

Gunther, Dr., 1867:
Mormyrus. Dr. Gunther Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist, xx. describes several new species from the west coast

Rasch, Prof., 1867:
Prof. Rasch has communicated to the Society of Sciences of Christiania the results which he obtained

Day, Mr., 1867:
Haplochilus. Mr. Day distinguishes two species of Panchax in the Madras Presidency, one is describ

Day., 1867:
Nemacheilus striatus, sp. n., Day, l. c. p. 347, from the Wynaad.

Day., 1867:
Nemachilus. Mr. Day l. c. describes the following new species from the Nilgherries:-Nemacheilus gi

Canestrini., 1867:
Leucucus basak Heck. is not specifically distinct from L. aula, according to Canestrini, Ann. Soc,

Cope., 1867:
Leuciscus. Mr. Cope has given diagnoses or descriptions of the following species in Trans. Am. Phil.

Cope., 1867:
Leuciscus. Mr. Cope has described those North-American species which he refers to Photogenis and Hyp

Day., 1867:
Nuria. Mr. Day l. c. describes two rather doubtful new species, viz. Esomus maldbaricus, p. 299, f

Day., 1867:
Mr. Day Proc. Zool. Soc. 1867 describes the following species from the Nilgherries:-Puntius Barbo

Capello, M., 1867:
M. Capello states that Solea vulgaris of the Portuguese coasts varies considerably in the number of

Gilpin, Dr., 1867:
Dr. GILPIN has described the Gadoids of Nova Scotia, Proc. Trans. Nov. Scot. Instit. Nat. Sc. ii.

Gunther., 1867:
Sticharium, g. n., Gunther, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist. xx. p. 62. Body elongate, compressed, naked, or wi

Anonymous., 1867:
Uranoscopus scaber. Dr. Steindachner refers U. occidentalis Agass. and U. bufo Val. to this spec

Anonymous., 1867:
Compt Rend. 1867, March 18, pp. 626-627 Ann. Mag. Nat Hist zix. pp. 875,376.

Baudelot, M., 1867:
Echeneis. M. Baudelot has examined the cephalic disk or anterior dorsal fin. Ann. Sc. Nat 1867, pp.

Ambrose, Mr., 1867:
Scomber scomber. Mr. Ambrose's observations on the mackerel of the Nova-Scotian coast, in Proc. Tr

Capello., 1867:
Trachurus fallax, sp. n., Capello, Jorn. Sc. math. phys. e nat. Lisboa, iv. p. ?, coast of Portugal.

Anonymous., 1867:
The same paper is noticed in Sitzgsber. ntrf. Freund. Berl. 1866 1867, p. 25, where the author dra

Steindachner, Dr., 1867:
The skull is figured by Dr. Steindachner, Sitzgsber. Ak. Wiss. Wien, lvi. taf. 9.

Capello, M., 1867:
Nesiarchtus nasutus Johns. is described by M. Capello as Prometheus paradoxus sp. n., Jorn. Sc.

Donitz, Dr., 1867:
Dr. DONITZ describes the joints between the dorsal and anal spines and their interneurals and interh

Capello., 1867:
Sebastes filfer Valenc. mentioned by Capello as occurring on the coast of Portugal, Jorn. Sc. math

Gunther., 1867:
Chilodactylus. Dr. Gunther makes some remarks on Ch. nigricans and Ch. gibbosus, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hi

Day., 1867:
Lethrinus karwa C. . V.. Mr. Day believes himself to have recognized this fish in a specimen whic

Capello, M., 1867:
Pomatomus telescopus. M. Capello observes that this fish is provided with palatine teeth. Jorn. Sc.

Krefft, Mr., 1867:
An Apogon-like fish has been described as Mionorus lunatus g. et sp. n. by Mr. Krefft, Proc. Zool.

Steindachner, Dr., 1867:
.Mesoprion, Lieut-Col Playfair enumerates 12 species from the Seychelles, and describes M. machas C

Anonymous., 1867:
Serranus. Lieut-Col. Playfair enumerates 17 species from the Seychelles; he says that S. gaimardi is

Gunther., 1867:
Australia. Dr. Gunther has published notes on 78 species of fishes received by the British Museum in

Philippi., 1867:
Chili. Dr. Philippi's remarks on Chilian freshwater fishes see Zool. Record, ill p. 139 are transl

Reinhardt., 1867:
Minas Geraes. Prof. Reinhardt, in the French resume of his paper on three new Characines see Zoolog

Poey., 1867:
Cuba. Prof. Poey gives a list of the genera to which he refers the species of Cuban fishes, adopting

Gilpin.; Ambrose, J., 1867:
Nova Scotia. The food-fishes of Nova Scotia are worked out in a very able manner by Dr. Gilpin and t

v Martens., 1867:
Japn, Dr. v. Martens Preuss. Ostasiat. Expedit. pp. 116-127, see obove. p. 1 has published some ge

Playfair., 1867:
Caahar. Lieut.-Col. Playfair enumerates 26 species contained in a collection from this province. Pro

Steindachner., 1867:
Hindostan. Dr. Steindachner has furnished descriptions of 12 Cyprinoids in Sitzgsber. Ak. Wiss. Wien

Gunther., 1867:
Tropical Africa. Dr. Gunther has described some collections from the Gaboon and Gold Coast, Ann. M

Playfair., 1867:
Seychelle Islands. Lieut.-Col. Playfair has given a list of 211 species, most of which were collecte

Tristram., 1867:
Paledine. Mr. Tristram's work on the Natural History of the Bible has been noticed above, p. 3.

Canestrini., 1867:
Italy, River Arno. Prof. Canestrini has determined, and made remarks on, eleven species of fishes fr

Capello, M., 1867:
Portugal. M. Capello has commenced the publication of a Catalogue of the Fishes of Portugal containe

Malmgren., 1867:
Finmark. Dr. Malmgren enumerates 53 species of marine fishes. OEfivers. Vet, Ak. Forhandl. 1887, pp.

Gunther, Dr., 1867:
Great Britain. Dr. Gunther has reported on some fishes collected by Mr. J. Gwyn Jeffreys in the sea

Coste, M., 1867:
COSTE, M., Compt Rend. 1867, January 21, pp. 99, 100 Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist 1867, xix. p. 227, dire

Bert, M., 1867:
In order to ascertain the cause of death of marine fishes transferred into fresh water, M. BERT made

Gunther, Dr., 1867:
Dr. GUNTHER directs attention to the fact that in numerous groups of fishes which live in mud, forms

Kunstler., 1867:
Caloptenus italicus Linn.. Kunstler reports on this insect as injurious to corn-crops in Austria i

Ritchie., 1867:
RITCHIE Canad. Nat. Geol. iii. pp. 66-69 notices the habits and structure of the Canadian Spectr

King, C.B., 1867:
Anisomera buprestoides ?. A note on this species by C. B. King is published in Proc. Ent. Soc. 186

Denny., 1867:
DENNY Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xix. p. 144 notices the hatching of an Australian species of this

Trimen., 1867:
TRIMEN notices a species of this family with minute fore legs, and resembling Bacillus. Bate suggest

Heer, O., 1867:
O. HEER has published Vierteljarsschr. naturf. Ges. in Zurich, ix. pp. 273-302 a list of the fossi

Perty., 1867:
PERTY Mitth. naturf. Ges. in Bern, 1867, p. 309 notices an example of Forficula auricnlaria having

Weir.; Westwood., 1867:
WEIR WESTWOOD discuss the use of the caudal appendages in the earwigs. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1865, pp. 1

Stone., 1867:
STONE ascribes the destruction of wasps partially to an abundance of earwigs, and Westwood thinks th

Dohrn, H., 1867:
H. DOHRN states Stett ent. Zeit. 1867, p. 841 that in his monographic revision of this family the

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verh. zool.-bot. Gea. in Wien, xvii. pp. 480 442-446 notices various species of this

Graber., 1867:
GRABER has also published Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii.pp.251-280 a valuable memoir on the

Graber., 1867:
GRABER has published Zeitschr. des Ferdinand. 3th Folge, xiii. pp. 261- 277 an analytical synopsis

Eaton., 1867:
EATON Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xix p. 401 notices specimens of Cloeopsis diptera in which the co

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN notices a partially andromorphous female of Calepteryx splendens. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1865, p.

Giraud., 1867:
GIRAUD remarks Bull. Soc. Ent Fr. 1867, p. xiii upon the changes of colour which occur in certain

Hagen., 1867:
HAGEN publishes Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 31-62 a series of notes on the species of

Hagen., 1867:
HAGEN has submitted some species of this family, described in 1857 and 1858 by Uhler, to a synonymic

Brauer., 1867:
Neurothemis. Brauer proposes this name for the genus Polyneura Ramb., the latter name being preocc

Packard, A.S., 1867:
A. S. PACKARD gives a general account of the natural history of the insects of this family, with esp

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS Zeitschr. fur wiss. Zool. xvii pp. 167-160 notices a peculiar sound-producing organ in the

Blackwall, J., 1867:
J. BLACKWALL mentions that, a tiddng sound having been heard in a work-box, its compartmenta were al

Anonymous., 1867:
Atropos pulsatorius. A diacussion on the question whether this insect really producea a ticking nois

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN publishes Ent. M. Mag. iii, a monographic revision of the British species of Psocidae, o

Gourrau., 1867:
GOURRAU Insectes nuisibles, pp. 70-74 describes the European species of this family Termcs flavic

Fritsch., 1867:
FRITSCH Berl. ent Zeitschr. 1867, pp. 254-259 has some remarks on the habits of the South-African

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD notices Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. p. 800 the occurrence of various forms of

Low, F., 1867:
Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis Bouche. F. Low records the occurrence of this species in great abundan

Rudow., 1867:
Colpocephalum. Rudow l. c. describes the following new species of this genus:-C. numenii, p. 460,

Giebbl., 1867:
GIEBBL has published Zeitachr. ges. Naturw. xxvii. a paper by Nitizsch on the Mallophaga of the So

Giebel., 1867:
GIEBEL has published Zeitschr. fur die ges. Naturw. xxviii. pp. 356-397 a list of the species of t

Giebel., 1867:
GIEBEL notices the occurrence of a gigantic Nirmus on the Golden Eagle. Zeitschr. ges. Naturw. xxvi.

Saunders, G.S., 1867:
G. S. SAUNDERS notices tbe occurrence of insects of this family on melting snow in Yorkshire in Marc

Goureau., 1867:
GOUREAU Insectes nuisibles, pp. 207-213 describes the characters of the principal insects belongin

Lucas, H., 1867:
H. LUCAS gives an abstract of Haliday's description of Iapyx solifugus see ' Record,' 1864, p. 568

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN notices the occurrence of 2 species of Stenophylax, with an Ichneumon Paniscus, in ice-c

Gedge, E., 1867:
E. GEDGE records an instance of renewed copulation in a pair of Choetopteryx tuberculosa. Ent. M. Ma

Eaton., 1867:
EATON Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xix. p.398 notices some peculiarities in the venation of a female

Eaton, A.E., 1867:
A. E. EATON indicates the means of identifying the pupoe and pupa-skins of insects of this group. An

Tomes, C.S., 1867:
C. S. TOMES Quart. Journ. Micr. Sci. xv. pp. 248-251 describes the larva of a small Trichopterous

Meyer., 1867:
MEYER Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 153-169 publishes an account of the species of this family found

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN publishes Ent. Ann. 1808, pp. 1-7 some notes on British Trichoptera, supplementary to hi

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 50-63 remarks upon various European species of this group, i

Hagen., 1867:
HAGEN remarks Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, p. 90 upon the species of Panorpa from Japan, especially tho

Westwood., 1867:
Mantispa. Westwood Trans. Ent. Soc 3rd ser. v. describes the following new species of this genus:-

D.Selys-Longchamps., 1867:
Nemoptera. De Selys-Longchamps, in describing a new species of this genus from Asia Minor Ann. Soc.

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN notices the supposed female of Trichoscelia notha Westw.. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1867, p. xcix.

Stein., 1867:
Mantispa pagana Fab.=styriaca Poda has been captured near Spandau. Stein in Berl. ent. Zeitschr.

Eaton., 1867:
EATON Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xix. p. 395 notices examples of Chrysopa vittata and phyllochroma

Brauer., 1867:
BRAUER Verh. rool-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. describes and figures the larvae of .Hypochrysa nobilis

Brauer., 1867:
BRAUER remarks Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 519-520 that Myrmeleon sinuatum Oliv. is

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 431 and 445 notices several species of this or

Koch, L., 1867:
Lysiopetalum. L. Koch Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. describes the following new South-Europ

Semper, Carl., 1867:
Another account of the same subject, containing a more detailed description of the organs of circula

Semper, Carl., 1867:
Lingula. Living specimens have been observed repeatedly by Dr. Carl Semper; the arms are never stret

Angas., 1867:
Ostrea purpurea, sp. n., Angas= O. edulis, var. purpurea, of Hanley, is the common mud-oyster whic

Anonymous., 1867:
Pectunculus. The recent Mediterranean species of this genus are arranged by Weinkaulf i. pp. 183-19

Gonzalez Hidalgo., 1867:
To which Jeffreys makes objections, ibid. p. 231.

Lea., 1867:
Anodonta dallasiana, tryonii, williamsii, doliaris, leonensis, and bealei, all North American, and d

Sowerby., 1867:
Anodonta. Mr. Sowerby treats of this genus in the late Mr. Reeve's Conchologia Iconica, parts 262-26

Lea., 1867:
Unio. Thirty-seven North-American species, described some years ago by Lea, are figured in the Journ

Lea., 1867:
Unio. A monograph of this genus is continued in the late Mr. Reeve's Conchologia Iconica, parts 250-

Romer, Ed., 1867:
Cytherea. The section Caryatis Romer, 1862= Pitar Romer, 1857 contains the following species:-C

Anonymous., 1867:
Venus, subgenus Chione Mhlfld.= Murcia Romer, 1857, is treated by the same author. The species a

Gonzalez Hidalgo., 1867:
V. gradata Desh. distinguished from fasciata Da Costa= brongniarti of Philippi, not of Psyraudea

Fischer, P., 1867:
Syndosmya segmentum Costa. A Mediterranean shell, the varieties of which one from the oceanic coa

Carpenter., 1867:
OEdalina. This name is substituted by Carpenter for OEdalia of the same author, Brit. Assoc. Rep. 18

Conrad, T.A., 1867:
The catalogue of this family, published by T. A. CONRAD as appendix to the Am. Journ. Conch. vol. ii

Blanford., 1867:
Martesia fluminalis, sp. n. Blanford Journ. As. Soc. new ser. ii. p. 67 pl. 3. figs. 1-8, boring in

Conrad., 1867:
CONRAD'S new catalogue of recent Mollusca, order Pholadacea, comprises the families Pholadidae, Gast

Sars., 1867:
Dentalium gadus of Montagu; an allied species, D. clavatum Gould, from the China Sea; another from

Crosse., 1867:
D. paradoxa, sp. n., Crosse, Journ. Conch. xv. p. 440, locality unknown, sectioni Dianctoe vicina,

Martens., 1867:
Cyclophorus. The species of Eastern Asia are arranged in the following groups by Martens, Preuss. Ex

Anonymous., 1867:
Bicarinatus Martens, fig. 16, and carinulatus Martens, fig. 17, all three from the Moluccas. Pre

Anonymous., 1867:
Cyclotus. The Asiatic species have the edge of the operculum rather thick, and provided with a circu

Binney., 1867:
Planorbis. The North-American species are classified by Binney Land- and Freshwater Moll. i. pp. 10

Muller., 1867:
The author states that in the last species there are not always two, but often several more lamellae

Binney., 1867:
BINNEY describes and figures the North-American species in Land- and Freshwater Shells, ii. pp. 22-7

Blanford., 1867:
The observation made by the Recorder, that the species of this family live on muddy ground in bracki

Dr von Wallenberg., 1867:
Pupa edentula Drap. and columella Benz. Hartmann states that the opinion first held by Dr. von W

Tryon., 1867:
Pupa. The following American species are figured by Tryon Am. Joum. Conch. pl. 21:-Pupilla badia Ad

Guialtieri., 1867:
B. atricallosus Gould, comes Pfr., figured already by Gualtieri, pl. 5. fig. O, Chemnitz, vol. i

Cooper, J.G., 1867:
Helix. The Californian species have been reviewed, principally with regard to their distribution int

Anonymous., 1867:
Helix variabilis. Gassies states that specimens of this species are found in South-western France, r

Pfeiffer., 1867:
Patula Helix infecta Parreiss, Pfeiffer Novitat pl. 78, fig. 14-16, said to be from Canada.-H. xa

Fischer., 1867:
Xanthanyx, g. n., Fischer, Journ. Conch xv p. 212 pl. 10. figs. 1-4, Shall like Vitrina; jaw ribbed

Bourguignst., 1867:
Arion mebaillians sp. n. Bourguignst Moll. Nouv. Fuse vii 1866 p. 173 pl. 29. f. 1-4 Departement d'A

Dubreuil., 1867:
Nanina ? Helix bigoti, sp. n., Crosse, pp. 210 and 442, pl. 12. fig. 4. Allied to H. N. troglodyte,

Sowerby., 1867:
Nanina Helix celebensis Pfr.. An emendated description is given by Sowerby, Journ. Conch. zv. pp.

Bourguignat., 1867:
Daudebardia letourneuxi, sp. n., Bourguignat, Moll. Nouv. fasc. vii. 1866, p. 210, pl. 33. figs. 7-1

Guppy.; Morch., 1867:
According to the observations of GUPPY and MORCH, the genera Streptaxis and Ennea are to be transfer

Heynemann., 1867:
Radula of the Pulmonata. HEYNEMANN states that the form of the tip of the teeth, which is not well u

Morse, Ed., 1867:
Ed. MORSE, who some years ago went so far as to distinguish several tribes and numerous genera withi

Pfeiffer, Dr., 1867:
Dr. PFEIFFER reviews, in a rather extensive paper Mal. Blatter, xiv. pp. 1-10, 80-92, 227-237, t

Bergh., 1867:
Glaucus Forster. Bergh gives an excellent monograph of this genus chiefly from collections and ob

Bergh, R., 1867:
AEolidella, g. n., R. Bergh, Phidiana, p. 3. Form of the body, tentacles, and papilloe like those of

McIntosh., 1867:
Eolis andreapolis and E. robertianoe are two new British species described by McIntosh, Proc. Boy. S

Bergh, R., 1867:
Viz. that the urticating organs observed in this family are not produced by the living animals thems

Wright, Stretbill., 1867:
This family was made the subject of very exact and extensive anatomical researches by Rud. Bergh in

Costa., 1867:
Caliphylla, g. n., Costa. Corpus elongatum, angustum. Tentacula due foliacea longitudinaliter convol

Fischer, P., 1867:
Thirty species of Nudibranchiates, inclusive of Pallibranchiata, inhabiting the western and northern

Lankester, E.; Ray., 1867:
Patella vulgata. E. Ray Lankester has published notes on ita anatomy, especially the circulatory sys

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Navicella. Dr. Gray proposes to divide this most natural genus into three tribes subfamilies and f

Anonymous., 1867:
The name Neritella used by Binney in this paper has been cancelled by himself, as it cannot have pri

Binney., 1867:
Neritina reclivata Say including floridana Shuttl. californica Reeve, cassiculum Sow., picta

Gray., 1867:
Dr. Gray Proc. Zool. Soc. 1867, pp. 732-748 gives a review of this family, chiefly from an examina

Crosse, H., 1867:
H. Crosse says in reply that the Lithoglyphus Valcata menkeana Jelski is of almost equal size with

Martens., 1867:
See on this point Martens in Mal. Blatt. xii. 1865, pp. 144-151; ' Record' for 1865, p. 258.

Binnoy., 1867:
In later additional notes given by Binnoy in the French Journ. Conch. xv. pp. 430-432, Paludina cari

Binney., 1867:
Paludina. The North-American species are arranged in the following manner by Binney Land- Freshw.

Blanford., 1867:
Neritina peguensis, sp. n., Blanford, Journ. As. Soc. ii. p. 68, pl. 1. figs. 1-16. The type occurre

Croasse., 1867:
L. samoensis, sp. n., Croasse, Journ. Conch, xv. p. 300, pl. 11. fig. 2, Samoa Islands.

Anonymous., 1867:
He does not give generic characters, but describes at length the living animal and shell of both. Br

Morch., 1867:
Tubercularis Mont. = Cerithium pygmoeum of Philippi; barleei, sp. n., Plymouth, Fal-mouth, Cork, a

Folin., 1867:
Gastrochoena folini, sp. n. Desh., and G. distincta, sp. n., Folin, Melea-grinicoles, pp. 11-12, p

Hidalgo., 1867:
Tellina This genus is treated of by Sowerby in the late Mr. Reeve's Conchologia Iconica, parta 258

Angas., 1867:
Fusus. The British species are arranged by Jeffreys in the following manner:-1. antiquus L., with

Bergh., 1867:
In a general description of the radula of the AEolididae, Rud. Bergh states that the number of teeth

Morch., 1867:
Sepiola atlantica Orb., distinguished by four rows of cups in the last part of the fourth or ventr

Anonymous., 1867:
Specimens of Octopus vulgaris, observed by the same author, used chiefly the first pair of arms for

Fischer, P., 1867:
A more detailed record of J. Cheron's paper on the same subject, the nervous system of the Cephalopo

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Dr. GRAY has made some historical remarks on the introduction of the Lamarckian and other systems in

Anonymous., 1867:
Another highly interesting paper, by the same author, in Amer. Journ. Conch. iii. pp. 114-132, is ag

Colbeau., 1867:
J. COLBEAU gives an account of the shells found in tuff-beds at Marche-les-Dames, in Belgium; they a

Issel., 1867:
Caves in Liguria. ISSEL enumerates 17 land- and 7 sea-shells found in the breccias and oesiferous ca

Berendt, G.; Dr., 1867:
In the diluvial strata of the valley of the Weichsel in Prussia, from its delta to the frontiers of

Stearns, Rob E.G., 1867:
California. ROB. E. G. Stearns has published a list of 84 species from Bauline's Bay, and another of

Baird., 1867:
Vancouver Island. Fifty-nine species of sea-shells are enumerated by BAIRD, in Lord's Naturalist of

Anonymous., 1867:
The same subject is treated in a more general manner by the Recorder in his account of the Prussian

Angas., 1867:
Southern Australia. ANGAS'S list of marine Mollusca from Port Jackson contains 3 Cephalopods, 3 Pter

Marcusen., 1867:
Black Sea. A very podr list of the Mollusks of the Black Sea is given by Marcusen, containing the fo

Gwyn Jeffreys., 1867:
Shetland Islands. GWYN JEFFREYS, in his fourth dredging report, raises the number of Shetland marine

Jeffrey, J.; Gwyn., 1867:
The fourth volume of Mr. J. Gwyn Jeffreys's ' British Conchology' see Zool. Record, ii. p. 232 con

Packard, A.S., 1867:
Labrador. A. S. Packard enumerates thirteen species of land-snails inhabiting Labrador, including th

Anonymous., 1867:
The most characteristic features of North-American Helix consist in some nearly allied and perhaps t

Tryon., 1867:
Mr. TRYON's monograph of the terrestrial Mollusca of the United States, which is continued in the Am

Pfeiffer., 1867:
A new Cuban Cyclostoma is added by Pfeiffer, Mal. Blatt xiv. pp. 209-211

Johnson, Mr., 1867:
Freshwater shells are rare, Limnoeus truncutulus and Ancylus aduneus have been found by the Recorder

Martens, Von., 1867:
The Unionidoe or Najadea of Malacca, Sumatra, Borneo, Java, and the Philippines are enumerated by Vo

Von Martens., 1867:
Siam. The Siamese land-shells are treated of by VON MARTENS, Preuss. Exped. Zool. vol. ii. pp. 61-86

Von Martens., 1867:
China. The Chinese land-snails aro treated of by VON MARTENS, Preuss. Exped. Zool. ii. pp. 36-60. Si

Bourguignat., 1867:
The acclimatation of H. lactea, however, in Perpignan, Southern France, as stated by Moquin-Tandon,

Morch, O.A.L., 1867:
O. A. L.Morch persists in doubtbg whether this mollusk had not been living in Germany before 1820, r

Drauitz, M., 1867:
The same Dreissena polymorpha has been observed in the kingdom of Wurtemberg in the river Neckar at

Mabille, J., 1867:
Dreissena fluviatilis Pall. volymorpha appeared in 1864 in the Loire near Orleans and Tours, and r

Joseph Erber., 1867:
Grecian archipelago. Fifteen species of Helicidae occurring on the island Tinos two of them new, bu

Moitessier., 1867:
All the mollusks of the same department are enumerated by MOITESSIER:-Arion 3 sp., Limax 4, Milax 1,

Paladilhe., 1867:
Southern France. Some rather rare mollusks of the departement du Herault Montpellier are mentioned

Sandberger., 1867:
Wurzburg. Fifty species of terrestrial and 25 of freshwater mollusca are found living near Wurzburg,

Poulsen, C.M., 1867:
Holstein C. M. Poulsen enumerates 59 species living near Flensburg, and four others from the souther

Anonymous., 1867:
Helix harpa and Vertigo arctica occur only in the northernmost parts, not southwards of 63deg. . H.

Guestier., 1867:
Of Pomatias crassilabris by Guestier, Journ. Conch, xv. p. 17

Gassies., 1867:
Of Bulimus acutus by Gassies, Malacol. de l'Aquit p. 19

Frank Daulte.; Bland., 1867:
Sinistral specimens of the American Helix elevata, alternata, thyroides, mitchelliana, fallax, hirsu

Hensel, Dr., 1867:
Didelphys. Dr. Hensel has made observations as regards the manner in which the young adhere to the t

Murie, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Murie has continued his researches into the characters and structure of the species of this genu

M'Coy, Prof., 1867:
Phatcobmys. Prof. M'Coy has examined skins and skeletons of the various species. He supplements Dr.

M'Coy., 1867:
Dental formula:-incisors 3/1, canines 1/0, premolars 3/4, molars 4/4=40.-Gymnobelideus leadbeateri,

M'Coy., 1867:
Gymnobelideus g. n. M'Coy, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist 1867, xx. p. 287. Teeth and general form of Belideus

Luca, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Luca has examined the female genital organs of two old Halmaturi H. billardicri and H. benntlli

Hill, E.G., 1867:
Halmaturus. Mr. E. G. Hill has confirmed by actual observation Prof. Owen's statement that the lips

Monatsber., 1867:
Monatsber. Ak. Wiss. Berl. 1867, pp. 725-729 translated in Ann. Mag. Nat Hist 1868, i. p. 390. .

Peters, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Peters communicated to the Academy of Sciences in Berlin and to the Zoological Society of London

Brandt, Prof., 1867:
Prof. Brandt has published some additional notes on the distribution and extinction of this animal B

Andrews, W., 1867:
W. Andrews, Proc. Roy. Ir. Acad. x. 1867, p. 61.

Anonymous., 1867:
A specimen cast ashore on the coast of Kerry Ireland, Ann. Mag. Nat Hist 1867, xix. p. 304; on t

Beneden, M.; Van., 1867:
Metoplodon sowerbiensis. M. van Beneden figures the lower jaw of an example found on the coast of No

Elliot, W., 1867:
Physeter simus. A. note by Sir W. Elliot with regard to a faulty figure of this species is published

Flower., 1867:
Puntoporia blainvillii. The skull is described and figured by Flower, l. c. pp. 106-100, pL 28.-

Cope., 1867:
We mention here that Mr. COPE has published a synopsis of the extinct Cetacea of the United States i

Anonymous., 1867:
The Dolphins, in which the blowhole is provided with a valve, are prevented by this structure from d

Burmeister., 1867:
Prof. BURMEISTER's observations with regard to the ejection of water from the blowholes by Whales le

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Gray has published notes on the skulls of Hares and Picas in the British Museum, Ann. Mag. Nat

Hensel, Dr., 1867:
Dactylomys Dr. Hensel has made a short communication on this Rodent before the Gesellsch. ntrf. Freu

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Macroxus Dr. Gray l. c. subdivides the species according to size and coloration and the width of t

Coues., 1867:
Sciurus arizonensis sp. n. Coues Amer. Natur. i 1867 p. 357 Forms et coloribus corporis Sciuro carol

Milne-Edwards, M.A., 1867:
M. A. Milne-Edwards describes the following new species of Sciurus in Rev. et Mag. Zool. 1867 Sc. ge

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Sciurus Dr. Gray l. c. subdivides the species according to size, length of tail, arrangement of th

Gray., 1867:
Dr. Gray has published a series of papers on the species of Scuridae contained in the collection of

Peters., 1867:
Prof. Peters recognized in it the type of a new genus, for which he proposed the name of Phractomys

Reichert., 1867:
A skull of the same Rodent was exhibited by Prof. Reichert in the Gesellschaft ntrf. Freund. Berl. 1

Milne-Edwards, M.A., 1867:
Lophiomys is a most interesting new genus, described by M. A. Milne-Edwards in L'lnstitut, 1867, xxx

Gray., 1867:
Echiothrix, a new genus of Rats, distinguished by the great elongation of the facial portion of the

von Martens., 1867:
Dr. von Martens has given a review of De l'lsle's important researches for whichsee Zoolog. Record,

Troschel., 1867:
Mus rattus and alexandrinus. Prof. Troschel states, in opposition to De l'lsle's results, that those

Gray., 1867:
Mus. Dr. Gray describes two new species from North Celebes, Mus oelebensis and Mus xanthura, Proc. Z

Hensel., 1867:
Nasua. Dr. Hensel thinks that all the species should be united into one, N. solitaria being establis

Gray., 1867:
Ursus lasiotus is described as a new species by Dr. Gray Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. xx. p. 301, from Nor

Bourguignat, M., 1867:
Ursus. M. Bourguignat describes the remains of a subfossil bear found in Algeria Ursus faidherbianu

Gray., 1867:
Lutra, Dr. Gray has described a new Otter from Japan, Lutronectes g. n. whiteleyi, Proc. Zool. Soc

Gilpin., 1867:
Musta. Dr. Gilpin gives an account of the Nova-Scotian species, vix. Mustela pennanti and americana,

Gray., 1867:
Dr. Gray has published some notes on the Chinese Pugnosed Spaniel or Lapdog, and figured the skull.

Milne-Edwards, M.A., 1867:
Cryptoproda feroxMilne-Edwards has examined the adult specimen and skeletons collected by M. A. Gran

Bolleston., 1867:
Felis domestica. Prof. Bolleston shows, first, that the ancient Greeks and Romans had not domesticat

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Dr. GRAY has reexamincd the specimens of Cats in the British Museum, having made considerable additi

Gray, Dr., 1867:
Dr. Gray has examined the large scries of skulls of Felidae in the British Museum, with the view of

Jeitteles., 1867:
Sorex pygmaeushas been discovered in Lower Austria by Jeitteles, who gives a detailed description is

Allman, Prof., 1867:
Potamogale Prof. Allman rectifies an error in his description of the dental formula see Zoolog. Rec

Fitzinger, Dr., 1867:
Dr. FITZINGER's paper on the family of Erinacei Sitzgsber. Ak. Wiss. Wien, lvi. pp. 844-890 is dis

Fitzinger, Dr., 1867:
Dr. FITZINGER has compiled the descriptions of the known species of the group Macroscelides Macrosc

Anonymous., 1867:
A French translation of this paper has also appeared in Ann. Sc. Nat. l867, viii. p. 221.

Mivart, G.; St., 1867:
Mr. St. G. MIVART has published an elaborate paper on the osteology of this family, dwelling princip

Kolenati., 1867:
Amblyotus atratus. Kolenati had described a bat from Mount Altvater, in Moravia, under this name Si

Schlegel.; Pollen., 1867:
Madagascar. The work on the Mammals and Birds of Madagascar by Messrs. Schlegel Pollen has been me

Peters, Prof., 1867:
Pteropus. Prof. Peters, who has been for some time engaged in the study of Chiroptera, has given a s

Milne-Edwards, A., 1867:
Scaptpchirus, g. n. A. Milne-Edwards, Ann. Sc. Nat. 1867, vii. p. 375. Near Talpa. but with a differ

Mivart, G.; St., 1867:
Mr. St. G. Mivaut has examined the specimens in the Collection at the Jardin des Plantes, and publis

Anonymous., 1867:
Mandril leucophoeus. Prof. Pagenstecher has examined the muscles and compared them with thoso of man

Slack., 1867:
Mycetes palliatus Gray is stated by Dr. Slack to be the young of Aluata niger. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sc.

Humphry, Prof., 1867:
Prof. HUMPHRY observations, in Journ. Anat. Physiol. 1867, i. pp. 254-268, refer chiefly to the an

Anonymous., 1867:
Some remarks on another skull of a male Gorilla, by the same author, in Sitzgsber. bayer. Ak. Wiss.

Anonymous., 1867:
An abstract of the concluding chapter is also given in Sillim. Journ. 1867, xliv. p. 142. The memoir

Mivart, S.G., 1867:
Mr. St. G. Mivart has published a memoir 'On the Appendicular Skeleton of the Primates', of which an

Elliott., 1867:
United States, Arizona. Dr. Elliott Coues has given a very interesting account of the Mammals of thi

Gilpin, Dr., 1867:
Nova Scotia. Dr. Gilpin has continued his very interesting observations on the Mammalia, Proc. Tra

Grandidier, M., 1867:
M. GRANDIDIER enumerates 39 species of Mammalia collected by him in Madagascar, Rev. et Mag. Zool. 1

Peters, Prof., 1867:
.Prof. Peters also describes Mus macropus, regarding it as the type of a distinct genus, Uromys. Mon

Messrs v Heuglin.; Fitzinger., 1867:
North-eastern Africa. Messrs. v. Heuglin and Fitzinger have attempted to give a complete list of the

Hartmann, R., 1867:
Egypt. Dr. R. Hartmann has supplied a great desideratum in determining and enumerating the Mammalia

Anonymous., 1867:
In the Austrian Empire Towards have been paid for 178 bears, 1037 wolves, 9 lynxes, 525 wild cats, 1

Pucheran, M., 1867:
M. PUCHERAN brings to a conclusion his treatise on the evidence which can be furnished by geology in

Hellins, J., 1867:
J. HELLINS notices the habits of Pterophorus osteodactylus, Ent. M. Mag. iv. p. 157.

Gartner, A., 1867:
A. GARTNER Verh. naturf. Ver. in Bruun, iv. pp. 247-258 enumerates 20 species of this group as fou

Forel, A., 1867:
Ypsolophus? xylostei Fab. is described by A. Forel as injurious to the Colza plant in the Canton d

Peyer-imhoff., 1867:
PEYER-IMHOFF describes his mode of setting the minute Tineidoe, in Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1867, p. xxxv

Stainton., 1867:
STAINTON Stett. ent Zeit. 1867 p. 80 remarks upon the larvae of several species of Gelechia, and i

Trimen., 1867:
A similar case is mentioned by Trimen. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1867, p. cv.

Diorio., 1867:
Yponomeuta. Diorio describes Atti Accad. Pont. Roma, xviii. p. 124 a supposed species of this genu

Snellen., 1867:
Depressaria ultimella Staint.. Snellen describes the larva of this species and contrasts the venat

Vollenhoven., 1867:
A posthumous note by Wttewaal on the development of Ochsenheimeria urella ? is published by Vollenho

Packard., 1867:
PACKARD Amer. Nat. i. pp. 423-427 describes the natural history of Tinea flavifrontella, the commo

Stainton., 1867:
Acrolepia assectella. Stainton translates Breyer's account of the habits of this species, which he s

Goureau., 1867:
GOUREAU Insectes nuisibles, pp. 127-188 describes the characters and habits of the species of this

Healy, C., 1867:
C. Healy notices the pupation of Antispila pfeifferella. Ent. M. Mag. iv. pp. 10-12.

Stainton., 1867:
STAINTON Ent. Ann. 1868 pp. 127-133 records the occurrence in Britain of Solenobia conspurcatella

Bond., 1867:
BOND notices a gilded variety of Adela degeerella. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1887, p. xc.

Schleich., 1867:
SCHLEICH Stett ent. Zeit 1887, pp. 462-455 discussed the characters and habits of Gracilaria hofma

Stainton., 1867:
Gelechia. Stainton Nat Hist. Tin. x. gives a general account of this genus, of which he enumerates

Steudel., 1867:
STEUDEL Wurtt naturw. Jahreshcfte, xxiii. pp. 39-48 communicates some general remarks on the natur

Frey., 1867:
FREY has continued his Catalogue of the Swiss Microlepidoptcra Mitth. schweiz. ent Ges. ii. pp. 160

Stainton., 1867:
STAINTON Proc. Ent Soc. 1867, pp. Ixzzix xc notices the ravages of the cotton-moth in Egypt, and

Kawall., 1867:
Poedisca immundana Fisch.. Kawall Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 119-120 describes the larva of thi

Gartner, A., 1867:
A. GARTNER Verh, naturf. Ver. in Brunn. iv. 1867 pp. 123-163 records 187 spedes of this group as i

Knaggs., 1867:
Knaggs redescribes his Dicrorhampha flavidorsana, Ent M. Mag. iii. 1867 p. 176. .KNAGGS states that

Angus, J., 1867:
J. ANGUS records the breeding of Helia americalis from the nest of a Bombus. Amer. Nat. i. p. 157.

Zeller., 1867:
ZELLER notices Stett eni Zeit 1807, pp. 365-385 also Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd ser. v. pp. 453-466 the

Gartner, A., 1867:
A. GARTNER Verh. naturf. Ver. in Brunn, iv. pp. 94-122 publishes a list of the species of this gro

Barrett, C.G., 1867:
C. G. BARRETT records the assembling of several males of Phorodesma bajularia over the spot where a

Herrich-Schafier., 1867:
Lobophara appensata Eversm.. Herrich-Schafier Corr.-Blatt zool.-min. Ver. Regensb. xx. p. 90 sta

Madille., 1867:
MADILLE notices the food-plants of Ellopia pinicolaria and Boarmia bastelicaria Bellier. Ann. Soc.

Hellins., 1867:
HELLINS describes the larva of Lithostege griseata, Entomologist, iii. p. 358.

Snellen., 1867:
SNELLEN has published Tijdschr. v. Entom. 24e ser. Deel i. pp. 97-168 a memoir on the species of E

Mabille., 1867:
MABILLE, in his revision of the Eupithecioe of Corsica Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vii. pp. 642-658

M'Lachlan., 1867:
These specimens and the larva are figured by M'Lachlan, l. c; pl. 23. M'Lachlan remarks upon the wid

M'Lachlan., 1867:
Sterrha sacraria M'Lachlan has recorded some interesting observations on the variation of this speci

Mabille., 1867:
MABILLE Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. vi. pp. 563-564 notices the habits of various species of this f

Smite, F., 1867:
F. SMITE notices the Bugong moth probably Agrotis spina, Guen., used as food by the native Austr

Muller, A., 1867:
A. MULLER Entomologist iii. pp. 213-216 publishes a summary of the evidence connecting the so-call

Kunstler., 1867:
KUNSTLER reports Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii pp. 950-953 on injury done to orchard trees in

Jordan.; Hellins., 1867:
Noctua segetum. Selys-Longchamps publishes a note on the injury inflicted by this insect upon the be

Semper, G., 1867:
G. SEMPER Verh. xool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. p. 702 notices the transformations of the following

Gartner, A., 1867:
A. Gartner Verb, na Ver.Brunn, v. pp. 86-40 notices the transformations of Ptrigrapha i cinctum V

Canning, S., 1867:
Xylina zinickcenii. S. Canning records the capture of a specimen of this species in Britain. Ent. M.

Doubleday, H., 1867:
Tapinostola ? bondii Knaggs. H. Doubleday discusses the question of the identity or non-identity o

Keferstein., 1867:
KEFERSTEIN also remarks upon the species of the genus Setina Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 278-284,

Zeller., 1867:
Setina. Zeller publishes a revision of the European species of this genus in continuation of his for

Hopley, E., 1867:
Chelonia caja. E. Hopley refers to the capricious variation of this species, and particularly notice

Bellier D.L.Chavignerie., 1867:
BELLIER DR LA CHAVIGNERIE notices the characters of Chelonia drjeanii God. and C. konewkai H.-Sch

Huber, A.F., 1867:
Notodonta unicolora Menetr.. A. F. Huber describes the metamorphoses of this speYies. Horoe Soc. E

Muller, A., 1867:
Trchiura crataegi. An hermaphrodite of this species is noticed by A. Muller, having the right side m

Coret., 1867:
CORET notices the occurrence of great quantities of larvae of Liparis chrysorrhoea on elms near Sure

M'Lachlan., 1867:
Lipuris dispar. M'Lachlan remarks on this species. Proc. Ent. Soc. 1860, p. xlix.

Stainton., 1867:
Stainton figures Orgyia gonostigma Brit, Butt Moths, pl. 5. fig. 2.

Becker., 1867:
Psyche plumifera. On the habits of this species see Becker, Bull. Soc. Nat. Mosc. xl. 1. p. 111.

Grenier., 1867:
GRENIER notices Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1867, pp. xxxv-xxxvi his having received from Mexico Monterey

Grote.; Robinson., 1867:
Grote Robinson Ann. Lyc. N. H. New York, viii. p. 373 propose the name of Packardia for Packard'

Trouverlot., 1867:
TROUVERLOT publishes Amer. Natural, i. pp. 30-38, 85-94, and 145-149 an account of the natural his

Gascoyne, G., 1867:
G. GASCOYNE publishes Entomologist, iii. pp. 333-335 some notes on rearing the larvae of Bombyx ya

Bretton, Baron Von., 1867:
BARON VON BRETTON gives an account of the successful introduction of Bombyx yamamai into Moravia. Bu

Baumann., 1867:
BAUMANN notices his experiments in breeding Bombyx yamamai at Bamberg. Sitzungsb. zool.-bot. Ges. in

Wullschlegel., 1867:
WULLSCHLEGEL communicates the results of his experiments in breeding the Ja-ma-mai Silkworm. Mitth.

Lucas.; Girard.; Kunckel.; Guerin-Meneville., 1867:
Notices of the occurrence of Bombyx cynthia in Paris, living in freedom, are communicated by Lucas,

Cotty, Ernest., 1867:
ERNEST COTTY publishes some remarks on the naturalization of Bombyx cynthia in France. Mem. Soc. Lin

Wallace, A.B., 1867:
A. B. WALLACK accepts his namesake's theory as to the early development of males, and indicates how,

Wallace, A., 1867:
Bombyx cynthia. A. Wallace records Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd ser. v. pp. 485-492 some observations made

Giedel., 1867:
GIEDEL records the production of two males of Bombyx mori from a single cocoon. Zoitschr. ges. Natun

Guerin-menriville., 1867:
GUERIN-MENRIVILLE notices a Silkworm B. mori having one side dark and the other white. BulL Soc. E

Guerin-menrville., 1867:
GUERIN-MENRVILLE notices some Silkworms' eggs received from the neighbourhood of Quito, belonging to

Hutton., 1867:
HUTTON thinks that the Japanese Silkworm producing green cocoons is a hybrid between B. mori and B.

Dronke, F., 1867:
F. DBONKE communicates Rev. et Mag. de Zool. 1867, pp. 123-128 a note on the disease of the common

Mitchell, J., 1867:
J. MITCHELL, in reference to a statement made by Hutton that the two silk fibres produced from the s

Balbiani., 1867:
BALBIANI's experiments on the infectious nature of muscardine are noticed by M'Lachlan, Proc. Ent So

Balbiani., 1867:
BALBIANI remarks Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr.1867, p. xxviii upon the Silkworm-disease and the demonstratio

Vlacovich., 1867:
VLACOVICH has published an elaborate memoir on the Silkworm-disease, and especially on the oscillati

Guerin-meneville., 1867:
GUERIN-MENEVILLE remarks upon various species of Silkworms Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1807, pp. xxxi-xxxii

Girard, M., 1867:
M. GIRARD communicated to the French Entomological Society a series of notes on sericiculture Ann.

Guerin-meneville., 1867:
GUERIN-MENEVILLE, notes on sericiculture. Rev. et Mag. de Zool. 1867, pp. 219-224; 305-312,340-362,

Sempeir, G., 1867:
G. SEMPEIR notices the transformations of the following species:-Hypsa monycha Cram., H. plana Wa

Christoph., 1867:
CHRISTOPH Stett. ent. Zeit 1867, pp. 240-242 describes the development of Bombyx eversmanni, which

Hinterwaldner., 1867:
HINTERWALDNER records a case of parthenogenesis in Saturnia cynthia. Zeitschr. des Ferdinand. 3te Fo

Horae., 1867:
The difference of sexual character extends to the body. Horae Soc. Ent. Ross. iv. p. 33, pl. 1. fig.

Girard., 1867:
GIRARD Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. vi. pp. 565-567 notices an example of the albino variety of Bomb

Wildner, F., 1867:
F. WILDNER publishes Verh. naturf. Ver. in Brunn, iv. Sitzungsber. pp. 85-87 a note upon Pygaera t

Walsh., 1867:
The following species of this family are cited by Walsh as having been bred from willow-galls:-Hedya

Meek, E.G., 1867:
E. G. MEEK notices a white-belted variety of Sesia culiciformis male taken in copulation with a red-

Grote.; Robinson., 1867:
GroteRobinson Ann. Lye. New York, viii. p. 364 remark upon the characters of the genus Thyris Il

Grote., 1867:
Grote discusses the characters of this family and describes some of the Cuban species Proc. Ent. So

Gouley, A., 1867:
A. Gouley records the finding of the larvae of various species of the genus Deilcphila upon the leav

Taschenberg., 1867:
TASCHENBERG Zeitschr. ges. Naturw. xxix. p.,154, pl. 6 describes and figures a supposed monstrosit

Westwood., 1867:
Acherontia atropos. A specimen with only a single antenna. Westwood, Proc. Ent Soc. 1865, p. 124. .W

Girard., 1867:
GIRARD notices the production of a musky odour by the males of Sphinx ligustri and convolvuli. Bull.

Capronnier., 1867:
Acherontia atropos. Capronnier publishes a note on the sounds produced by this insect He heard the l

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS Zeitsch. fur wiss. Zool. xvii. pp. 159-163 discusses the means by which Acherontia atropos

Barrett.; Barlow.; Pole.; Pasley., 1867:
Deilephila livornica. The capture of this species in various parts of England noticed by Barrett, Ba

Allard, G., 1867:
Deilephila lineata and Macroglossa fuciformis are noticed as Algerian species by G. Allard. Ann, Soc

Kawall., 1867:
Deilephila nerii Linn.. Kawall records the occurrence of this species in Courland in 1866, and ref

Herrich-schaffer., 1867:
Herrich-SohAffer Oorr.-Blatt zool.-min. Ver. Regensb. xx. pp. 59-64 notices and criticises various

Grote.; Robinson., 1867:
Grote Robinson Ann. Lyc. New York, vili. pp. 363-350 remark on the synonymy of various Insects o

Grote.; Robinson., 1867:
GROTE BOBINSON Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. i. characterize and figure the following known species:-Dasy

Anonymous., 1867:
Pyrrhopyga. Of this genus Hewitson describes the following new species Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. ii.:-P

Allard, G., 1867:
G. ALLARD Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. vii p. 316 cites 4 Algerian species of this group.

Stainton., 1867:
STAINTON figures Thymele alveolus Brit. Butt. Moths, pl. 2. fig. 6.

Guenke., 1867:
GUENKE describes some peculiar organs possessed by the larva of Lycoena boetica Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4

Gedge, E., 1867:
Lycoena alsus. E. Gedge noticed the habits of this species. Its larva feeds in the flower-heads of A

Allard, G., 1867:
G. ALLARD records his capture of 9 species of this group in Algeria Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. vii.

Hewitson., 1867:
Thecla. Hewitson Ill. Diurn. Lepid. part 3 cites 164 species of this genus, of which a large propo

Butler., 1867:
BUTLER Proc. Zool. Soc. 1867, pp. 34-36 remarks upon the synonymy of some species of this group. M

Grote.; Robinson., 1867:
GROTE ROBINSON Ann. Lyc. New York, viii. p. 368 remark that Aretia celia Saund.=B. flgurata Dru

Butler., 1867:
BUTLER Proc. Zool. Soc 1867, pp. 37-39, in proposing a new genus allied to Taxila, discusses the f

Bates., 1867:
BATES has commenced Journ. Linn. Soc. ix. Zool. pp. 367-372 a general revision of the species of t

Newman., 1867:
NEWMAN describes the life-history of Satyrus oegeria and S. tithonus. Entomologist, iii. pp. 217, 21

Allard, G., 1867:
G. ALLARD Ann. Soc. Eat. Fr. 4e ser. vii. p. 315 notices 5 Algerian species of this group, namely,

Edwards, W.H., 1867:
Satyrus. W. H. Edwards Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. pp. 195-200 remarks on the characters and synonym

Butler., 1867:
BUTLER remarks that of the two specimens figured by Stephens under the name of Erebia ligea, the mal

Butler., 1867:
BUTLER, in characterizing his new genus Anadebis Ann. Mag. N.H. 3rd ser. xix. p. 50, indicates a

Butler., 1867:
Mycalesis. Butler has published a revision of the Fabrician species referable to this genus, chiefly

Lucas., 1867:
Morpho hecuba Linn.. Lucas describes the male of this species, which is quite different from P. te

Butler., 1867:
BUTLER Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xx. characterizes and figures Papilio polydecta Cram., l. c. p

Jordan., 1867:
JORDAN records an instance of Vanessa atalanta flying to a light at half-past ten p.m. Ent. M. Mag.

Evans, W.F., 1867:
W. F. EVANS records 2 malformations of Vanesa atalanta; in one the left antenna was only half as lon

Kriehbaumeb., 1867:
KRIECHBAUMER describes an hormaphrodite of Erebia medea W. V.. Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii.

Girard., 1867:
GIRARD Ann. Soc. Eat Fr. 4 ser. vi 1867 pp. 568-570 notices a variety of Vanessa atalanta

Fallou., 1867:
FALLOU on the Bame subject Ibid. p. lxiv. .FALLOU records a case of parthenogenesis observed by him

Semper, G., 1867:
G. SEMPER indicates the development and figures the larva of Doleschallia bisaltide Cram.. Verb, z

Makowsky, A., 1867:
A. MAKOWSKY notices Verh., naturf. Ver. in Brunn, iv. Sitzungsb. pp. 61-62 the occurrence of an un

Barrett., 1867:
BARRETT notices the copulation of Vanessa cardui in spring. Ent. M. Mag. iv. p. 13. .Limenitis sibyl

Bates., 1867:
Bates remarks on its variation and distribution. The Australian and New-Zealand specimens form a rac

Allard, G., 1867:
G. ALLARD notices Vanessa cardui, Melitoea oetherie and didyma, and Argynnis pandora among the Butte

Speyer., 1867:
Melitaea parthenie Borkh.. Speyer Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 65-71 discusses the characters of

Von Ziegler.; Klipphausen., 1867:
Melitoea, Von Ziegler und Klipphausen have given a tabular synopsis of the European species of this

Felder, C.; Felder, R., 1867:
C. R. Felder Reise der Novara, Zool. li. Lep. Heft 3 figure the following species of this group,

Felder, C., 1867:
C. R. FELDER Reise der Novara, Zool. ii Lep. Heft 3 figure the following species of this group,

Bates., 1867:
BATES Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd ser. v pp. 636-639 notices some points in the variation and distributio

Butler., 1867:
BUTLER Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd ser. v pp. 472-484 publishes a tabular list of the described species o

Wallace., 1867:
Thyca, Wallace l. c. describes the following new species or this genus:-T. pandemia, p. 346, pl. 6

Wallace., 1867:
Terias. Wallace l. c. describes the following new species of this genus:-T. australis, p. 321, Mor

Frauenfeld., 1867:
According to Frauenfeld Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. p. 787 Pontia brassicae occurred in un

Buckler., 1867:
And Buckler the larva of Colias eduta Fab., Ent M. Mag. iv. pp. 117-110. .The larvae of the follow

Hellins., 1867:
HELLINS describes the life-history of Leucophasis sinapis Steph., Ent M. Mag. iii. pp. 210, 211; .

Kirby., 1867:
Some of his observations are criticised by Kirby l. c. pp. 291-293 .KIRBY states that the Coeonymp

Stainton., 1867:
STAINTON Brit Butt. Moths, pl. 1 figures Colias edusa, fig. 1, and Anthocharis cardamines, fig.

Ballion., 1867:
Argynnis leopardina Lucas=Melitoea? meculata Brem. according to Ballion, Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867,

Timins, D.C., 1867:
D. C. TIMINS Proc Ent. Soc. 1867, pp. ci-ciii notices the species of the genus Thais, of which he

Ebrard, S., 1867:
S. EBRARD notices the difference of colour in the chrysalids of Papilio machaon, which he ascribes t

Bellier D.L.Chavignerie., 1867:
BELLIER DE LA CHAVIGNERIE notices the fact that some females of Parnassius mnemosyne are destitute o

Perty., 1867:
PERTY Mitth. naturf. Ges. in Bern, 1867, p. 309 notices a specimen of Parnassius delius with indic

Dubois, C.F., 1867:
C. F. DUBOIS figures a very dark variety of Papilio machaon, in which the orange-red spot of the hin

Allard, G., 1867:
G. ALLARD, in his list of Algerian Lepidoptera Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vii. p. 312, notices P. p

Semper, G., 1867:
G. SEMPER publishes notes on the natural history of Papilio pammon Linn. and P. agamemnon Linn..

Depuiset., 1867:
DEPUISET publishes a note on the geographical distribution of Papilio antenor. He is inclined to thi

Lucas., 1867:
LUCAS also notices the identity of his Leuconea crataegioides with Pieris hippia Brem. Bull Soc En

Guenee., 1867:
GUENEE Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4deg. ser. vii. pp. 305-310 discusses the synonymy of Papilio aeneas and

Herrich-schaffer., 1867:
HERRICH-SCHAFFER Corr.-Blatt zool.-min. Ver. Regensb. xxi. pp. 161-172 publishes his systematic re

Gregson., 1867:
GREGSON publishes a series of notes on variation in the Lepidoptera, in which he describes varieties

Giraud., 1867:
GIRAUD notices Bull. Soc. Ent Fr. 1807, p. lxvi examples of Pyrameis atalanta and Satyrus maera wh

Wood., 1867:
T. W. WOOD notices the variation in the colours of the chrysalids of Butterflies, which he considers

Weir., 1867:
WEIR remarks that the metallic chrysalids of Butterflies are generally free from the attacks of bird

Herbert, W.H., 1867:
W. H. HERBERT records Entomologist, iii. p. 226 the visit of numerous birds and butterflies during

Grandidier., 1867:
GRANDIDIER Rev. et Mag. de Zool. 1867, p. 275 gives a list of species detected by him in the south

Guerin., 1867:
Guerin also remarks on the advantage of applying moisture in the rearing of caterpillars; he has emp

Steudel., 1867:
STEUDEL has published Wurt naturw. Jahreshefte, xxii. 1867 pp. 243-252 some instructions in killin

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS'S observations on the eyes of caterpillars are noticed by Claparede in the Bibliotheque Univ

Goossens., 1867:
GOOSSENS Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1867, p. iv refers to the occurrence of external sexual characters in

Saunders, G.S., 1867:
G. S. SAUNDERS notices a nest formed by social caterpillars among the leaves of a Brazilian Zeyhera.

Greene, J.; Knaggs., 1867:
Notes by J. Greene Knaggs on variation in Lepidoptera. Ent M. Mag. iii. pp. 236-239.

Girard.; Fallou., 1867:
The portion of M'Lachlan's paper just noticed has been translated into French by Girard and Fallou,

Hodgkinson, J.B., 1867:
By J. B. Hodgkinson at Witherslack Ent. M. Mag. iv pp. 98, 137, l54

Todd, E.H., 1867:
Lists of captures of Lepidoptera in various districts of Britain are published by E. H. Todd on the

Birchall., 1867:
Birchall Entomologist, iii pp. 191-193 remarks upon some species omitted from his list of Irish Le

Birchall., 1867:
BIRCHALL publishes a supplement to his list of Irish Lepidopters. It includes 4 species, namely, Apa

Herrich-schaffer., 1867:
HERRICH-SCHAFFER Corr.-Blatt zool.-min. Ver. Regonsb. xx p. 89 notices some Lepidoptera collected

Atkinson, F.J., 1867:
F. J. ATKINSON publishes lists of captures at Simla and Jaunpore in May and July 1866. Ent. M. Mag.

Hinterwaldner., 1867:
HINTERWALDNER has published Zeitschr. des Ferdinand. 3te Folge, xiii. pp. 211-254 a list of the Ma

Mabille, P., 1867:
P. MABILLE publishes a series of notes upon the Lepidoptera of Corsica Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vi

Allard, G., 1867:
G. ALLARD has published Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vii. pp. 311-322 a list of Lepidoptera collected

Buchanan White, F., 1867:
F. BUCHANAN WHITE publishes a list of Lepidoptera collected by him in Switzerland and Italy in I866.

Mann., 1867:
MANN has published a list of the species of Lepidoptera collected by him in South Tyrol from May to

Pfutzner, J., 1867:
J. PFUTZNER has published a Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of the neighbourhood of Berlin to the end o

Maurissen., 1867:
MAURISSEN has published Tijdschr. v. Entom. 2de ser. i. pp. 169-188 a list of the species of Macro

Strom., 1867:
STROM has commenced Naturh. Tidaskr. 3rd ser. vol. iv. a synopsis of the Danish Lepidoptera. The f

Sirvers., 1867:
SIEVERS adds 80 newly captured species Bombyces and Noctuae 4, Geo-2 a 2 metrae 2, Microlepidoptera

Sievers, J.C. jun., 1867:
J. C. SIEVERS, jun., publishes Horaee Soc. Ent. Ross. iv. pp. 40-77 a catalogue of the Lepidoptera

Eversmann., 1867:
A catalogue of Eversmann's collection of Lepidoptera lately presented to the Entomological Society o

Frauenfrld., 1867:
FRAUENFRLD Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 431-482 446-449 notices the species of Lepid

Presas., 1867:
PRESAS Anuario del Liceo do Mantanzas, i. pp. 239-246 publishes a general account of the structure

Cruger, C., 1867:
C. CRUGER Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 285-306 gives a full analysis of the first three parts of Sc

Dunning, J.W., 1867:
J. W. DUNNING discusses the question of the admissibility to the right of priority of the names of s

Sharp, D., 1867:
D. SHARP discusses the question of variation in Insects, and attempts to define the three generally

Morse, E.S., 1867:
E. S. MORSE describes a new method of fitting up boxes for Insects. He uses instead of cork two shee

Taschenberg., 1867:
TASCHENBERG criticises the processes recommended by Kreuzberg for the destruction of injurious Insec

Forel, A., 1867:
A. FOREL Bull. Soc. Vaud. Sci. Nat ix. pp. 72-84 has given a notice of the Insects attacking the C

Leveille., 1867:
LEVEILLE mentions a case of serious injury, including paralysis of one side, supposed to be caused b

Kunstlkr., 1867:
KUNSTLER publishes Ver zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 913-962 an elaborate report on injurious

Bail., 1867:
BAIL Stett ent Zeit. 1867, pp. 466-462 gives an account of his observations on epidemic diseases p

Anonymous., 1867:
Arch. Cosmol. 1867, pp. 197-188.

Hildebrand., 1867:
HILDEBRAND states that the intervention of Insects is necessary for the fecundstion of Corydalis cav

Wallace., 1867:
WALLACE discusses the question of the purpose and origin of the brilliant colouring of many larvae,

Packard, A.S., 1867:
A. S. PACKARD has published in the American Naturalist i pp. 110-111, 162-164, 220-224, 277-279, 32

Milde, J., 1867:
J. MILDE in a paper on the animals of Meran Jahres-Bericht der Schles. Ges. vaterl. Cultur xliv pp.

Becker., 1867:
BECKER Bull Soc. Nat. Mosc. xxxix 2 pp. 202-207 and xl. 1. pp. 106-116 publishes lists of the spec

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verh. zooL-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii p. 485 notices the statements of Deplanche and Vieill

Petrau.; Selys-longchamps., 1867:
PETRAU SELYS-LONGCHAMPS remark upon the European facies of the fauna of Chili, in connexion with som

Low, F., 1867:
F. LOW publishes Verb., zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien xvii pp. 751-752 a note on the species of Insects

Fritsch, G., 1867:
G. FRITSCH Berl. ent Zeitachr. 1867 pp. 247-277 records his general observations on the Insect-fau

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verb, zool.-bot. Ges. in Wieu xvii pp. 425-464 publishes an elaborate note upon Das Ins

Morawitz., 1867:
MORAWITZ Horae Soc. Ent. Ross. iii. pp. 42-48 discusses the rules to be observed in forming names

Walsh., 1867:
Nematus. The following species of this genus are described by Walsh Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. as i

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN Proc. Ent. Soc. 1867, p. xcix notices a gynandromorphous specimen of Dolerus madidus Kl

M'lachl, N., 1867:
M'LACHLAN remarks on the rarity or total absence of male sawflies, the female of which are common, i

Low, F., 1867:
F. Low Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 747-748 gives further details on the construction o

Healy., 1867:
HEALY describes Ent. M. Mag. iv. pp. 105-107 the natural history of a species of Phyllotoma P. ac

Snellen Vollenhoven., 1867:
SNELLEN VOLLENHOVEN Tijdschr. v. Entom. 2ds ser. i. describes and figures all the stages of the fo

Taschenberg., 1867:
TASCHENBERG records a case of the boring of lead by Sircx juvencus. Zeitachr. ges. Naturw. xxvii. p.

Wallschlegel., 1867:
Cephus pygmaeus. Wallschlegel communicates Mitth. Schweiz. ent. Gesellsch. ii. pp. 163-156 a note

Haimhoffen., 1867:
Haimhoffen describes and figures Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien xvii pp. 527-530 the gall produced

Cornelius., 1867:
Cynips tenninalis. Cornelius Stelt. ent Zeit 1867, pp. 63-64 notices the great prevalence of the g

Giraud, J., 1867:
J. Giraud publishes Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1867, pp. xiii-xvi a notice of Cynips fecundatrix Hart b

Smith, F., 1867:
F. SMITH Ent. M. Mag. iii. pp. 181-183 remarks upon the occurrence of females only among many thou

Newman., 1867:
NEWMAN records the occurrence of numerous specimens of Proctotrupes cakar Hal. as parasites upon a

Forel, A., 1867:
Platygaster boscii and P. niger ? Nees are noticed by A. Forel as parasitic on Cecidomyia brassica

Taschenberg., 1867:
TASCHENBERG communicates some observations on the development of the parasites of Naenia typica. Zei

Trouvelot., 1867:
The habits of Ophion macrurum Linn. as a parasite of Telea polyphemus are described by Trouvelot,

Marshall., 1867:
MARSHALL describes Ent. M. Mag. iii. pp. 190-191 a short-winged Cryptus found by him in the Isle o

Tascbknberg., 1867:
TASCBKNBERG Zeitschr. fiir die ges. Naturw. xxvii. pp. 228-318 publishes a revision of the species

Radoszkovsky., 1867:
RADOSZKOVSKY Horae Soc. Ent. Ross. iii. pp. 225-3l0 publishes a catalogue of the Chrysididae of Ru

Fallou.; Giraud., 1867:
FALLOU and GIRAUD notice the occurrence in Paris, on the 21st July, 1867, of an extraordinary abunda

Lincecum, G., 1867:
OEcodoma texana Buckl.. G. Lincecum publishes an account of his observations on the habits of this

Newman., 1867:
NEWMAN notices an ant, said to be found in decayed pine-stumps in Scotland, resembling F. herculanea

Fritsch., 1867:
FRITSCH Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867, pp. 259-260 notices the habits of the South-African ants, some

Bond., 1867:
BOND calls attention to the description of an immense swarm of ants at Coburg, at the end of August

Hagens., 1867:
HAGENS Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867, pp. 101-108 discusses the relations of the ants forming mixed co

Saussure., 1867:
Mutilla. Saussure Reise der Novara, Zool. Hym. describes the following new species:-M. novara, p.

Saussure., 1867:
Mutilla. Saussure Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. vii. describes 12 new species of this genus, namely:-M

Lucas., 1867:
LUCAS notices the characters of Mutilla gloriosa Sauss.. Bull Soc. Ent. Fr. 1807, p. xcii.

Saussure., 1867:
SAUSSURE, in describing some new species of Mutilla Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vii. pp. 351-364, ta

Saussure., 1867:
Details of the following genera are figured by Saussure l. c. pl. 4:- Rhagigaster, figs. 66 and 67

Saussure., 1867:
Thynnides SAUSSURE Reise der Novara, Zool. Hym. pp. 108-110 gives a synopsis of the genera belongi

Sause., 1867:
Saussure Reise der Novara, Zool. Hym. figurea Scolia Discolia sinensis Sauss., pl. 4. fig. 01,

Saussure., 1867:
Pelaeus. Saussure l. c. described the following new species of this genus:-P. califomicus, p. 20,

Saussure., 1867:
Sphex. Saussure l. c. descrbes the following new species of this genus: -S. longiventris p. 87, pi

Saussure., 1867:
Cerceris. Saussure l. c. describes the following new species of this genus:- C. simulans p. 87, pl

Saussure., 1867:
Tachytes. The following new species are described by Saussure l. c.:- T. ibericus, p. 68, Gibralta

Chambers, T., 1867:
The 'American Naturalist' contains a notice of the action of species of Tachytes in fecundating plan

Kawall., 1867:
Ammophila sabulosa, Kawall publishes some notes on the habits of this insect Stett ent Zeit 1867, p

Perkins., 1867:
PERKINS notices the habits of Ampulex sibirica Fab. and especially its destruction of Cockroaches.

Goureau., 1867:
GOUREAU Insectes nuisibles, pp. 74-89 describes the following species of ants as troublesome or mi

Lucas., 1867:
LUCAS records some observations made near Lion-sur-Mcr on Philanthus apivorus Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4 s

Packard., 1867:
PACKARD Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. pp. 353-445 concludes his revision of the North American species

Lincecum., 1867:
Pompilus formosus Say. Lincecum notices the habits of this species, which destroys the great Mygal

Stone., 1867:
STONE remarks on the scarcity of Wasps near Brighthampton in 1885 Proc. Ent Soc. 1865, p. 113.

Erber., 1867:
ERBER notices the habits of Vespa alsatica, especially with regard to the construction of its nest.

Lucas, H., 1867:
Polybia Myrapetra scutellaris White. H. Lucas Ann. Soc. Eat. Fr. 4e ser. vii. pp. 366-368 desc

Taschenberg., 1867:
TASCHENBERG Zeitschr. ges. Naturw. xxix. p. 87 status the the life of a worker Bee during the busi

Landois, H., 1867:
H. LANDOIS Zeits. f. wiss. Zool. xvii pp. 376-379, and Comptes Rendus, lxiv. pp. 222-224 records s

Lowe, J., 1867:
J. LOWE Ent Trans. 3rd sen v. pp. 547-560 publishes some observations, on the theory of the reprod

Smith, F., 1867:
F. SMITH notices some nests of Megachile willughbiella and other species of Megachile Proc. Ent. Soc

Packard., 1867:
PACKARD publishes Amer. Nat. i. 1867 pp. 364-378 a general account of the habits of Bees, illustr

Smith., 1867:
Bombus. Smith has published Entomologist, vol. iii. a series of articles on the British species of

Morawttz., 1867:
MORAWITZ Horae Soc. Ent Ross,ii 1867 pp. 61-79 gives a list of 24 species of Andrenides found in

Morawitz., 1867:
MORAWITZ publishes Horae Soc. Ent. Ross. iv. pp. 1-28 an important contribution to the knowledge o

Sichel., 1867:
SICHEL Reise derNovara, Zool. ii. Hym. pp. l43-156 publishes a list of the Bees collected on the v

Smith., 1867:
SMITH publishes notes on various species of Aculeate Hymenoptera from his observations made in 1866.

Smith., 1867:
SMITH Ent. Annual, pp. 81-86 remarks on the comparative rarity of Hymenoptera during the last two

Schenck., 1867:
SCHENCK Berl. ent. Zeits. 1867, p. 156 adds a few notes to his Catalogue of the Aculeate Hymenopte

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 429-430 and 440-442 gives a list of species of

Morawitz., 1867:
MORAWITZ Horae Soc. Ent. Ross. v. 1867 pp. 39-45 gives a general account of the Aculeate Hymenop

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS Zeitschr. fur wiss. Zool. xvii. pp. 163-167 notices the sounds emitted by many Insects of

Gray, J.E., 1867:
Dr. J. E. Gray's specimen was from the Island of Luzon; those described by Prof. Loven were obtained

Hurst, H.A., 1867:
Brief notes of a paper on the structure of the spines of Echini, by H. A. Hurst, will be found in Qu

Merle Norman, A.; REV., 1867:
REV. A. MERLE NORMAN records Brit. Assoc. Report, 1866, p. 195 the following Echinoderms as taken

Guyon., 1867:
GUYON has continued his memoir on the Chigoe, Rev. et Mag. de Zool. 1867, pp. 7-15, 208-211,276-290,

Landois, L., 1867:
L. LANDOIS Nova Acta c. xxxiii. publishes an claborate anatomy of Pulex canis, illustrated with s

Giebel., 1867:
GIEBEL records the occurrence of 24 female specimens of Stenopteryx hirundinis on a Swift.

Stein., 1867:
Hydrellia griseola Fall.. Stein Berl. ent Zeits. 1867, pp. 395-397, from the observations of Mun

Laboulbene, A., 1867:
Teichomyza fusca Macq.. A. Laboulbene describes and figures this species in all its stages, with f

Perty., 1867:
PERTY Mitth. naturf. Ges. in Bern,1867,pp. 233-237 notices the abundant occurrence near Berne of

Krauss, Dr., 1867:
Dr. KRAUSS Wurtt naturw. Jahresh. xxii. p. 128 records the occurrence of immense quantities of a s

Goureau., 1867:
Piophilus casei. Goureau Insectes nuisibles, pp. 184-187 describes the characters and habits of th

Kunckel.; Laboulbene., 1867:
KUNCKEL and LABOULBENE notice the destruction of numerous plants of a species of Anthmis by a dipter

Loew, H., 1867:
H. LOEW Berl. ent. Zeitachr. 1807, pp. 283-284 remarks upon the divisions which may be recognized

Rondani., 1867:
RONDANI has published Atti Soc. Ital. Sci. Nat. x pp. 85-135 a synopsis of the Italian species of

Perty., 1867:
Empis tessellata. Perty Mitth. naturf Gesellsch. in Bern, 1867, p. 306 notices an example with the

Loew, H., 1867:
Empis. In a series of three papers in the Berliner ent. Zeitschr. for 1867 H. Loew subjects the spec

Mayet, V., 1867:
V. MAYET has observed the parasitism of the larva of Asilus barbarus upon that of Phyllognathus sile

Schiner., 1867:
SCHINER Verh. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 355-412 publishes notes, chiefly from type specime

Jaennicke., 1867:
JAENNICKE discusses the European species of this family Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867, pp. 65-76, of w

Schiner., 1867:
Prosoeca, g. n., Schiner, Verh. xool-bot, Ges. in Wien, xvii. p, 311. Allied to Trichophthaima; eyes

Goureau., 1867:
Subula marginata Macq.. The habits of this species are described by Goureau; the larva lives under

Kunstler., 1867:
Chlorops strigula Fab.. Kunstler reports on this insect as injurious to corn-crops. Verh. zool.-bo

Mik., 1867:
MIK changes the name of his Geranmyia maculipennis to G. caloptera, as Aporota maculipennis Macq.

Cope, E.D., 1867:
E. D. COPE communicates Proc Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. 1867, pp. 222-226 some particulars as to the oc

Nowicki., 1867:
NOWICKI has published Verh. zool.-bot. Gesellsch. in Wien, xvii. Sitzungsb. pp. 23-36 an elaborate

Goureau., 1867:
GOUREAU Insectes nuisibles, pp. 133-130 describes the characters and habits of various species of

Forel, A., 1867:
A. FOREL Bull. Soc. Vaud. Sci. Nat. ix. pp. 82-84 notices the habits of Cecidomyia brassicoe Winn

Walsh., 1867:
WALSH Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. pp. 223-229 notices the galls formed by various species of this fa

Lubbock., 1867:
LUBBOCK discusses the larval reproduction of Miastor in his Presidential Address for 1867. Proc. Ent

Maklin., 1867:
MAKLIN has published OEfvers. FinskaVet,-Soc. Forh. viii. pp. 22-32 an abstract of the observation

Carus, C.G., 1867:
C. G. CARUS Nova Acta c. Leopoldinae, xxxiii. pp. 95-97 gives a short account of the larval repro

Gerhardt, C., 1867:
C. GERHARDT Jenaische Zeitschrift, iii. p. 454 records a case in which a patient, after 4 days' il

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verh. zool-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 432-433 449-456 notces a series of spedca of t

Schiner., 1867:
SCHINER Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 631-638 discusses the remarks made by Gerstacker,

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS Zeitschr. fur wiss. Zool. xvii. pp. 134-152 describes the sound-producing organs in the me

Muller, F., 1867:
F. Muller, Arch. f. Naturgeschichte, xxxiii. pp. 345, 356, pl. 7. figs. 29-43, and pl. 8. figs. 45 a

Muller, F., 1867:
With regard to the muscles of the Balanidae, F. MULLER, in opposition to Mr. Darwin, thinks that the

Bergh, R., 1867:
Splanchnotrophus brevipes Hancock Norman, found by R. Bergh in a new AEolidian mollusk genus Ga

Claparede., 1867:
Lamippe proteus, sp. n., Claparede, Ann. Sc. Nat. viii. pp. 23-28, pl. 5, Naples, in the cavity of L

Thorell., 1867:
Argulus subg., Agenor, Risso dactylopteri, sp. n., Thorell, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. xix. p. 46, in

Hesse., 1867:
Sunaristes, g. n.,Body much elongate, fusiform, composed of 5 thoracic and 6 abdominal segments; cep

Grunow., 1867:
Branchipus stagnalis and Apus cancriformis observed near Vienna by Grunow, Abhandl. geolog. Reichsan

Hesse, E., 1867:
Two young apparently new Crustacea, one living among Balanus sulcatus, the other among Anatifa vulga

Mobius., 1867:
Palinurus vulgaris produces a crackling sound by rubbing the base of the larger antennae against the

Martens, E.; Von., 1867:
Lupa sayi Gibbes, the crab of the Sargasso sea; its difference from the allied L. sanguinolenta, a

Milne-Edwards, A., 1867:
Discoplax g. n., A. Milne-Edwards. Carapace rounded in front Forehead much deflexed, narrow, its edg

Packard, A.S., 1867:
Labrador. A. S. PACKARD enumerates the following species as inhabitanta of Labrador Mem. Bost. Soc.

Marcusen, J., 1867:
Black Sea. J. MARCUSEN gives a preliminary list of the Crustacea of the Black Sea, containing 22 Dec

Baly., 1867:
Cerotoma. Baly l. c. describes the following new species of this genus :- C. de gandei,p. 472, Ecu

Allard., 1867:
ALLARD has concluded his monograph of the European Halticides L'Abeille, iii. pp. 321-508. The por

Baly., 1867:
Nodostoma. BALY l. c. describes the following new Malasian species of this genus:-N. trivittatum,

Gabriel Tappes., 1867:
GABRIEL TAPPES publishes a note on the development of the Cryptooephali. L'Abeille, iii pp. lxxxii-l

GUeRIN-MeNEVILLE notices the copulation of Timarcha as early as February. Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1867,

Baly., 1867:
BALY has published the continuation of his Phytophaga Malayana Trans. Ent. Soc. 3rd ser. iv. pp.

Pascoe., 1867:
PASCOE Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xix. p. 418, note remarks on the characters of Notophysis Serv.,

Dohrn, C.A., 1867:
C. A. Dohrn remarks Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 437-445 upon some points in the synonymy of Clytus

Pascoe., 1867:
Diotima. Pascoe Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. zix p. 310 note remarks on species of this genus. .Necy

Perty., 1867:
Leptura calcarata. Perty Mitth. nsturf. Ges. in Bern, 1867, p. 305, fig. 12 describes and figures

Pascoe., 1867:
Glenea. Pascoe Ent. Trans. 3rd ser. iii. describes the following new Malasian species :-G. coris,

Thomson., 1867:
Dorcadion. Thomson Physis, l. describes the following as new species of this genus:-D. rugosum Ki

Pascoe., 1867:
Of his subfamily Astatheinoe, Pascoe eenumerates 29 Malasian species, which he refers to 7 genera, 4

Pascoe., 1867:
PASCOE has continued his descriptions of the Malayan Longicorns collected by Wallace Trans. Ent. So

Pascoe., 1867:
PASCOE publishes Journ. Linn. Soc. Zool. ix. pp. 300-308, a supplement to his list of Australian L

Thomson., 1867:
These insects are divided by Thomson l. c. pp. 43-48 between the Cerambycidae and Lepturitae,-the

Thomson, J., 1867:
J. THOMSON Physis, i. pp. 1-10 notices Schiodte's proposed classification of the Longicorn Beetles

Anonymous., 1867:
Anisandrus, g. n, Ferrari, Borkenkafer, p, 24, Allied to Xyleborus; joint 1 of labial palpi only cil

Moore, F., 1867:
Tomicus monographus. A note on this beetle and its destructiveness is communicated by F. Moore to th

Chappell, J., 1867:
J. CHAPPELL notices the larva of Scolytus intricatus as feeding in the smaller branches of the oak.

Giraud., 1867:
GIRAUD notices the habits of Bostrichus kaltenbachii Bach, which lives in the interior of the stem

Eichhoff., 1867:
EICHHOFF characterizes Cryphalus cinereusHerbst and C.pusillus Gyll., and remarks that he is not

Puton, A., 1867:
Xyloterus. A. Puton Ann. Soc Ent, Fr. 4 ser. vii. pp. 631-634, in noticing the occurrence of Xylot

Ferrari., 1867:
FERRARI remarks Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867, p. 405 that he has omitted the genus Monarthrum Kirsch

Ferrari., 1867:
FERRARI Col.Hefte,ii. pp. 104-115 has the following remarks upon genera and species belonging to t

Letsner., 1867:
Marmoropus besseri Schonh.. Letsner describes the habits and transformations of this species. Jahr

Goureau., 1867:
Cryptorhynchus lapathi. Goureau notices the mode of life of this species, which is destructive to yo

Walsh., 1867:
Saperda inornata Say is referred to by Walsh as the cause of a pseudogall on Salix longifolia and

Roelofs., 1867:
Georhynchus, g. n., Roelofs, Ann. Soc. Ent. Belg. x. p. 251. Affinities uncertain ; rostrum slightly

Kirsch., 1867:
Mimographus Kirsch l. c. describes the following new species of this genus from Bogota:-M. amandus

Kirsch., 1867:
Hypsometopus g. n. Jek., Kirsch Berl. ent Zeitachr. 1867, p. 222. Rostrum longer than head, narrow

Bold, T.J., 1867:
Sitones linecllus Gyll, its occurrence in Northumberland noticed by T. J. Bold, Ent. M. Mag. iv. p

Anonymous., 1867:
Amomphus cottyi Luc. Ernest Cotty records his search for this species in Algeria. Mem. Soc. Linn.

Schaufuss., 1867:
SCHAUFUSS Col. Hefte ii p. 21 that Metallites cristatus Graells=Sciaphila carimula Oliv., and d

Sridlitz., 1867:
Strophosomus. SEIDLITZ Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867 p. 170 remarks that the knowledge of the species

Low, F., 1867:
Low notices the occurrence of the minute young larvae of Meloe upon Andrena nitida K., and also, o

Rothney, G.A.J., 1867:
G. A. J. ROTHNEY Ent. M. Mag. iii. p. 235 notices a case of a male Stylops emerging from an Andren

Smith, F., 1867:
F. Smith Proc. Ent. Soc. 1867, p. lxxxviii notices the occurrence of a species of Xenos ?, paras

Heyden, L.; Von., 1867:
L. VON HEYDEN publishes Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867, p. 398 some observations on the occurrence of s

Snellen Van Vollenhoven., 1867:
SNELLEN VAN VOLLENHOVEN publishes a posthumous note by J. Wttewaal on the pupa of Pyrochroa rubens.

Kbaatz., 1867:
KBAATZ remarks Berl. ent Zeitschr. 1867, p. 394 on the European species of Tenebrio and Menephilus

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD notices the larvoe of Bolitophagus agaricola Fab. and Dia-peris boleti Linn.. Verh. r

Horn., 1867:
Eleodes. The Californian species, when disturbed, elevate the hinder part of the body until they sta

Horn., 1867:
HORN Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil., vi. pp. 293-204 discusses the characters of Usechus lacerta Motsch.,

Achille Deyrolle., 1867:
ACHILLE DEYROLLE'S posthumous monograph of the Zophosides Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. vii. 1867 pp.

Abeille de Perrin., 1867:
Abeille de Perrin remarks that Leptura 4-fasciata Fab. seems to be identical with the Linnean spec

Smith, F., 1867:
F. Smith describes the ticking of Anobium tessellatum. Ent. M. Mag. i p. 270

Stein., 1867:
STEIN refers to the observations of Hensel upon the damage done to tobacco by Pseudochina serricorni

Kiesenwetter., 1867:
Ptinus. Kiesenwetter remarks Berl. ent. Zeitschr. 1867, p. 127 that the Portuguese species of this

Becker, J.; Von., 1867:
J. von Becker publishes OEfvers. Finska Vet.-Soc. Forh. viii. pp. 15-21 some observations on the l

Kiesenwetter., 1867:
Henicopus, The true home of this genus, according to Kiesenwettet Berl. vol. iv, Ent. Zeits. 1867,

Cotty, Ernest., 1867:
Ernest Cotty notices the occurrence of an undetermined spedes of Cebrio in the nest of a Bee-cater a

Marseul., 1867:
Acmaeodera. Marseul describes the following new species of this genus Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4 ser. vii.

Fuss, H., 1867:
H. FUSS notices an example of Conognathus variabilis with 2 tarsi on the right intermediate tibia. B

Abeille de Perrin., 1867:
Psiloptera xerces Mars.=chlorana Lap. according to Abeille de Perrin Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser.

Fairmaire., 1867:
FAIRMAIRE Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vii. pp. 617-420 gives a list of 53 upedes of this family as i

Reiche., 1867:
Anthaxia, Reiche Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4 ser. vi. pp. 577-580 remarks upon the synonymy of some of the

Wallace., 1867:
Macronata. Wallace l. c. gives diagnoses of the following Malasian species:-M. celebensis, castane

Girard., 1867:
GIRARD Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 ser. vi. pp. 571-576 describes and recommends the moveable fowl-houses

Harold., 1867:
HAROLD Berl. ent Zeitschr. 1867, pp. 278-282 enumerates the Aphodiides of Chili, of which, he reco

Harold., 1867:
Pinotus. Harold l. c. describes the following new species of this genus:-P. nutans, p. 97, Uruguay

Hensel., 1867:
HENSEL found a small species of Onthocharis living on a large Bulimus in Brazil. The beetle fed upon

Von Harold., 1867:
VON HAROLD gives the following indications of the synonymy of some of Germar's species from the insp

Von Harold., 1867:
In a supplementary paper Col. Hefte, ii. p. 61 Von Harold describes C. lentum Erichs., and menti

Von Harold., 1867:
VON HAROLD Col. Hefte, i. 1867 pp. 1-8 discusses the grouping and characters of the smaller Coprid

Cornelius., 1867:
CORNELIUS remarks Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 485-437 upon the occuitouco of unusual numbers of Lu

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD describes the larva and pupa of Mycetophagus quadripustulatus Linn., found by him in Bo

Rye., 1867:
Synchita mediolanensis Villa is cited as probably a British species by Rye, Ent. Ann. 1868, p. 65.

Horn., 1867:
Nosodes serrata Lec.. Horn notices the habits of this species. Proc Ent Soc. Phil vi. p. 290.

Frauenfeld., 1867:
Meligethes oeneus. Frauenfeld Verh, zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 561-564 records the occurren

Forel., 1867:
FOREL enumerates Bull. Soc. Vaud. Sci. Nat ix. p. 79 Moligethes viridescens, oenea, and lombaris,

Kawall., 1867:
Olibrus bicolor. According to Kawall Stett. ent. Zeit. 1867, p. 118 the larva of this species live

Ernest Cotty., 1867:
ERNEST COTTY notices the mode in which he obtained Margarinotusscaber Fab. and Saprnus cruciatus

D.Marseul., 1867:
DE MARSEUL states that his Teretrius quercus=Paromalus rothi Rosenh., but that it is a true Teretr

Matthews., 1867:
Baeocrara Thoms. Matthews states that B. lilloralis Thoms. is a true Trichopteryx. The specific

Sharp, D., 1867:
Agathidium. D. SHARP has published Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. 3rd ser. vol. ii. pp. 445-452 a revision

Girard., 1867:
Silpha loevigata Fab.. Girard notices the destruction of snails by this species and its larvoe Bu

Abeille de Perrin., 1867:
Catopsimorphus faimnairii Delarouze=C. formicetorum Peyr., according to Abeille de Perrin Ann.

Schaufuss., 1867:
SCHAUFUSS Nova Acta, c. xxxiii. gives a general sketch of the history, literature, and geographic

Gautter Des Cottes., 1867:
GAUTTER DES COTTES Mitth. schweiz. ent. Gesellsch. ii. p. 161 remarks upon tho suppression of his

Fauvel, A., 1867:
A. FAUVEL communicates Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1867, pp. liii-lvi a note on the synonymy of various Eu

Scriba., 1867:
Leptusa. Scriba Col. Hefte, i. describes 5 new species of this genus, namely:-L. rugosipennis, p.

Janson., 1867:
JANSON notices the deficiency of male male of Tomicus villonus although female female are abundant.

Abeille D.Perrin., 1867:
ABEILLE DE PERRIN remarks Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. vii. p. 60 that the Myrmedonia aptera Peyr.,

Stein., 1867:
STEIN records the discovery in Brazil by Hensel of a small species of this family which lives upon t

Aube., 1867:
AUBE discusses Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. vii. pp. 250-258 the characters and synonymy of Eydropor

Reiche., 1867:
REICHE calls attention to the presence, in most females of Dytiscus latiseimus, of a membranous lami

Horn, G.H., 1867:
Amphizoa insolens Lec.. G. H. Horn Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. pp. 289-290 describes the habits of

Horn, G.H., 1867:
G. H. HORN Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. i. p. 153, after discussing the position of this group see p. 2

Skacel, A., 1867:
A. SKACEL notices the injury done to wheat by the larva of Zabrus gibbus Verh. naturf. Ver. in Brun

Fuss, H., 1867:
H. FUSS notices an example of Amara consularis with a double daw-joint. Berl. ent Zeit. 1867, p. 407

Perty., 1867:
PERTY Mitth. naturf. Ges. in Born, 1807 describes an example of Molops terricota Fab. with the l

Letzner., 1867:
LETZNER Jahresber. schles. Ges. vaterl. Cultur, xliv. p. 169 briefly notices the results of an exc

Gautier dea Cottes., 1867:
Calathus. Gautier dea Cottes, in his monograph of the European and Mediterranean species of this gen

Putzeys., 1867:
PUTZEYS Stett ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 160-178 remarks on some species belonging to the group of the A

Gernet., 1867:
Lampra conspersa Fab.. Gernet describes and figures the larva of this species. Horae Soc. Ent Ross

Horn., 1867:
Psydrus piceus Lec., Habits noticed by Horn Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. p. 290. This insect emits

Lucas., 1867:
Anthrenus musoeorem. Lucas remarks upon the transformations of this species, and especially upon the

Cotty, Ernest., 1867:
Carabus aumonti. Luc. Ernest Cotty gives an account of his unsuccessful search for this species in

Horn., 1867:
HORN notices Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. p. 290 that the Cychri of California emit an acrid fluid fr

Wilson, C.A., 1867:
Calosoma curtisii. Notes on the habits of this species are published by C. A. Wilson. The insect is

Kraatz., 1867:
Carabus schonherri Fisch. and C. zakharschevskii Motsch., as European species, noticed by Kraatz

Putzeys., 1867:
.PUTZEYS has published Mem. Soc. Roy. Liege, 2e ser. i. pp. 171-283 an important paper on the spec

Roelofs., 1867:
ROELOFS publishes a list of the Carabidoe collected in September 1865 on the shores of the Zuiderzee

Gautier Des Cottes., 1867:
GAUTIER DES COTTES remarks Mitth. schweiz. ent. Gesellsch. ii. pp. 158-161 upon various species of

Horn, G.H., 1867:
G. H. HORN Trans. Amer.Ent. Soc. i. pp. 152-154 discusses the characters and position of the genus

Fairmaire., 1867:
FAIRMAIRE redescribes Myrmedonia festiva Saulcy and Proteinus olivieri Saulcy, from Bone in Alge

Bates., 1867:
Streptolabis, g. n, Bates, Ent M. Mag. iv. p. 23. Trachydmnae. .Body oblong, depressed, dilated be

Perty., 1867:
PERTY Mitth. naturf. Ges. in Bern, 1867, p. 305, fig. 1 describes and figures a specimen of Cicind

Cotty, Ernest., 1867:
ERNEST COTTY Mem. Soc. Linn. Nord Fr. 1868, pp. 159-163 notces the habits of Megacephala euphratic

Schiodte., 1867:
SCHIODTE Naturh. Tidsskr. 3rd ser. iv. describes and figures the larvae of the following species:-

Dohrn., 1867:
Dohrn remarks upon this announcement Stett ent. Zeit. 1867, pp. 316-318. .Sphenoptera beckeri Doh

Lindkmann., 1867:
LINDKMANN Bull. Soc. Nat Mosc xxxix: pt. 2. pp. 314-315 announces as a remarkable discovery that

Mocquerys., 1867:
MOCQUERYS has indicated that the derivation, and consequently the adulteration, of wool may be ascer

Landois., 1867:
LANDOIS, in his memoir on the sounds produced by Insects Zeitschr. fur wiss. Zool. xvii. pp. 123-13

Rye, E.C., 1867:
E. C. RYE Ent. M. Mag. iii. pp. 231-235 has published a series of notes on the identification of t

D.Rivaz, V.C., 1867:
V. C. DE RIVAZ notices his finding a great quantity of Beetles of various groups collected on the sa

Sharp, D., 1867:
D. SHARP publishes a list of Coleoptera collected by him in the south of Scotland in the spring of 1

Rye., 1867:
RYE publishes Ent. M. Mag. iv. pp. 164, 165 a list of Coleoptera captured at Putney. He also notic

Gorham, H.S., 1867:
H. S. GORHAM publishes notes on Coleoptera collected at Southend Ent. M. Mag. iv. p. 110

Abrille D.Perrin., 1867:
ABRILLE DE PERRIN Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4' ser. vii. pp. 70, 71 gives a lint of rare Coleoptera taken

Rottenberg., 1867:
Reports on Coleoptera collected in various parts of Germany are published by Rottenberg Berl. ent Z

Biscroff-ehinger., 1867:
BISCROFF-EHINGER publishes Mitth. schw. ent Gesellsch. ii. pp. 193-215 an account of two Alpine ex

Ernest Cotty., 1867:
ERNEST COTTY publishes Mem. Soc. Linn, du Nord de Fr. 1866, pp. 158-170 some general notes on his

Scriba., 1867:
SCRIBA has completed his catalogue of the Coleoptera of the grand duchy of Hesse and the neighbourho

Frauenfeld., 1867:
FRAUENFELD Verb. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 428-429 and 435-430 publishes a list of Coleopt

Crotch., 1867:
CROTCH, in his memoir on the Azorean Coleoptera Proc. Zool. Soc. 1867, pp. 359-391, enumerates in

Kowaleweky., 1867:
KOWALEWEKY's paper on the development of the Ctenophora vide ' Record,' 1807, pp. 621, 632 is abst

Muller, F., 1867:
Carifoa, g. n., F. Muller, Arcniv f. Naturg. 33. Jahrg. 1. Bd. 1867, p. 330, pl. 9. figs. 56, 57. No

Kolliker., 1867:
KOLLIKER Verhand. d. phys.-med. Gescllschaft in Wurzburg Sitzung. 1867 28. Dec. briefly refers to hi

Hack, L., 1867:
HACKEL's researches on the Geryonidoe Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist vol. xix. 1867, pp. 63-67 have been al

Marcusen., 1867:
Local List.-Marcusen Archiv f. Naturg. xxxiii. 1867 p. 358 Jahrg. 1. Bd. gives the following list of

Blyth., 1867:
And habits Blyth, J. A. S. B. xxviii. p. 415

Jerdon., 1867:
And Jerdon, B. Ind. iii. p. 721

Finsch, O.; Hartlaub, G., 1867:
Puffinus dichrous is described as a new species from MKean's Island, generally resembling P. assimil

Anonymous., 1867:
Completes the portion noticed last year Zool. Rec. iii. p. 111, adding two species to those then i

Anonymous., 1867:
Phalaropus fulicarus was very abundant at the time mentioned Zool, Rec. iii. p. 100; and the autho

Anonymous., 1867:
A very carefully written monograph of Scolopax rusticola, with some remarks on S. minor. The curious

Anonymous., 1867:
Three species are distinguished:-1 T. mortieri, Dubus, from Western Australia, of large size, the

Schlegel, H., 1867:
Twenty-five species of this family, all referred to the genus Oriolus, are represented in the Leyden

Gould, J., 1867:
J. Gould, B. Austral. Suppl. part.iv.

M'Coy, F., 1867:
Under the name P. xanthopyge it was exhibited 11 Feb., 1867, as a new apccies recently described.

M'Coy, F., 1867:
Pardalotus xanthopygus is described as a new species from Victoria. It belongs to the section whic

Verreaux, J.P., 1867:
Nectarinia dabrii is a new species from Northern China, belonging to the long-tailed group which con

Heugl., 1867:
Zosterops modesta and Z. semiflava are two new species, the first from Mahe in the Seychelles, dusky

Krefft, G., 1867:
Pitta mackloti ? has occurred at Cape York, North Australia; and P. strepitans ? from the same local

Salvin, O., 1867:
One of the many forms of agloe, and perhaps hardly to be considered distinct O. Salvin, Ibis, 1868,

Lawrence, G.N., 1867:
Doricha bryantoe is a new species from Costa Rica, allied to D. evelynoe and D. elizoe, with a longe

Dubois, C.F., 1867:
Alca impennis. Two eggs from M. Demeezemaker's collection figured. C. F. Dubois, Arch. Cosmol. 1867,

Anonymous., 1867:
A translation of the first of the two papers by the same author noticed last year Zool. Rec. iii. p

Lawrence, G.N., 1867:
Aramides albiventris is described as a new species from British Honduras, differing from A. cayennen

Finsch, O.; Hartlaub, G., 1867:
Pliotis procerior is a new species from the Feejee Islands, in general colour resembling P. caruncul

Newton, E., 1867 :
E. Newton, P. Z. S.1807, pp. 345,346; Ibis, 1867, pp. 345, 346, and 354.

Sclater, P.L., 1867:
Porzana erythrops is figured and described as a new species from Lima, about the same size as P. Car

Newton, Edward., 1867:
Among the bones of Pezophaps solitarius obtained from Rodriguez by Mr. Edward Newton was the distal

Wallace., 1867:
The Parrots are regarded by the author as forming one family, Psittacidae, of the Zygodactyl Paarze

Anonymous., 1867:
This, for its size the most elaborate monograph with which we are acquainted in ornithological liter

Sclater, P.L.; Salvin, O., 1867:
Myrmotherula cinereiventris is an undescribed species from Cayenne, Surinam, Ecusdor, and Eastern Pe

Dresser., 1867:
Aquila pennata, Mr. Dresser's note on its nidification in Spain Zool. Rec. iii p. 72 reprinted. Zo

Heuglin, T.V., 1867:
Zosteropisylvia icterovirens, P. Wurt. Naumannia, 1857, p. 433, is described. It is a true Zoste

Huxley, Prof., 1867:
Prof. HUXLEY Proc. Zool. Soc. 1867, pp. 462-465 goes into some detail with respect to the division

Anonymous., 1867:
This paper was read in 1865 Zool. Rec. ii. p. 91, but its publication postponed in consequence of

Landois., 1867 :
In consequence of Dr. Landois's investigations Zool. Rec. ii. pp. 85, 86 the author was led to the

Pagenstecher, Prof., 1867:
This work we have not seen. It is highly spoken of by Prof. Pagenstecher Zoolog. Garten, 1867, pp.

Anonymous., 1867:
This form Zool. Rec. ii. p. 188 was remarkable for the extraordinary development of the epicnemial

Anonymous., 1867:
Since the publication of his former paper on this subject Zool. Rec. ii. p. 86, the author has had

Anonymous., 1867:
The publication of this work was commenced in 1858 Ibis, 1859, p. 101; and the fourteen successive

Bates., 1867:
This very praiseworthy paper is a successful attempt to set forth the ornis of the districts to whic

Leotaud., 1867:
Leotaud's book Zool. Rec. iii. pp. 63, 64 contains very few serious faults; but he is wrong in sup

Anonymous., 1867:
A continuation of the paper noticed last year Zool. Rec. iii. p. 64. Twelve species are mentioned,

Philippi, M.; Landbeck., 1867:
After a summary of the literature of the subject subsequent to Dr. Hartlaub's paper Naumannia, 1853

Anonymous., 1867:
We place our remarks on this paper here, because a bare majority of the nineteen species described b

Anonymous., 1867 :
And of the paper in the same periodical by the author alone Zool. Rec. ii. p. 80.

Philippi, Dr., 1867:
A Spanish version of the first paper by the author and Dr. Philippi in the 'Archiv fiir Naturgeschic

Salle, M., 1867:
This list is founded on three collections-that of M. Salle P. Z. S. 1857, p. 230, made in the east

Anonymous., 1867:
A reprint in full of the able article we noticed last year Zool. Rec. iii. pp. 59, 60.

Schlegel, Prof., 1867:
The supposed new species are seven in number, but all have been shown by Prof. Schlegel to have been

Butter's., 1867:
Mr. Butter's treatise was noticed by us last year Zool. Rec. iii. p. 57. The translator's introduc

Herr O.Finsch., 1867:
A translation, by Herr O. Finsch, of the essay noticed last year Zool. Rec. iii. p. 57, with some

Anonymous., 1867:
In continuation of the paper in the same journal for 1865 Zool. Rec. ii. p. 72. No new species are

Anonymous., 1867:
This work contains very numerous notes on the birds of the countries named, is agreeably written, an

Anonymous., 1867:
The results of the author's former visit in 1853 were published in the first volume of the same jo

Anonymous., 1867 :
This very beautiful work loses scarcely any interest by the fact that the most important discoveries

Anonymous., 1867:
A good many corrections and notes on the Marquess O. Antinori's list Zool. Rec. i. p. 48, the most

Grandidier, Alfred., 1867:
Fourteen species of birds are described as new, belonging to Falconidae, Strigidoe, Muscicapidoe, Sy

Hartmann, Dr., 1867:
A continuation of Dr. Hartmann's translation before mentioned by us Zool. Rec. ii. p. 69, and iii.

Hartl., 1867:
A few corrections of synonymy are made. The plate represents Gar rulus brandti, Hartl. R. Z. 1845,

Blakiston, Capt., 1867:
The locality having been previously described by Capt. Blakiston Ibis, 1862, pp. 312-314, the auth

Anonymous., 1867:
A continuation of the articles noticed previously Zool. Rec. ii. pp. 67, 68, iii. p. 58. Part V. c

Schrader., 1867:
And Schrader Journ. fur Orn. 1853, pp. 240-260, 305-326, and are free from some errors whereby the

Malm, Hh., 1867:
It is the best account of the ornithology of the district, which is in some respects very peculiar,

Dresser, H.E., 1867:
A translation, by Mr. H. E. Dresser, of a very interesting paper, published at Stockholm some years

Anonymous., 1867 :
Nothing of importance except the occurrence for the first time in the islands of Machetes pugnax i

Malmgren, Dr., 1867:
A reply to the criticism of Dr. Malmgren Zool. Rec. iii. p. 51.

Anonymous., 1867:
In continuation of the series of papers noticed before Zool. Rec. i. p. 43, ii. p. 65.

Anonymous., 1867:
An Appendix to 'Svenska Expeditioner till Spetsbergen och Jan Mayen' Stockholm: 1867. 8vo, pp. 266

Anonymous., 1867:
This work has reached plate 43, but we have not seen any letterpress published since we last noticed

Salvadori, Dr., 1867:
The author seeks to refute the charges of inaccuracy brought against him by Dr. Salvadori Zool. Rec

Anonymous., 1867:
Since we last noticed this work Zool. Rec. ii. p. 61 twelve more parts have appeared, of which the

Anonymous., 1867:
And Mr. F. D. C. Godman cf. Zool. Rec. iii. p. 50, the latter of whom the author takes to task for

Morelet, M., 1867:
A review of the works of M. Morelet Notice sur l'hist. nat. des Acores: 1860

Anonymous., 1867:
See Falconidoe and Columbidoe Cf. Ibis, 1868, pp. 222, 223.

Lemaire, J., 1867:
J. LEMAIRE Comptes Rendus, lxv. pp. 216, 216 communicates the particulars of a case in which a Mex

Moriggia., 1867:
MORIGGIA describes Atti Accad. Sci. Torino, i pp. 449-468 and figures a singular horny excrescence

Bold, T.J., 1867:
T. J. BOLD records the occurrence of Acarina on the abdomen of Corixa beneath the wings. Ent. M. Mag

Low, F., 1867:
F. LOW Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. p. 746 remarks upon the occurrence of mites parasitica

Muller, A., 1867:
A. MULLER records the occurrence of Trombidium lapidum in great abundance near Penge, and notices th

Lucas., 1867:
LUCAS mentions his having received specimens of his Ixodes gervaisii, of which the male had their ro

Rey., 1867:
The occurrence of Ixodes sukatus Koch on Sitta europaea is recorded by Rey Zeitschr. ges. Naturw.

Low, L., 1867:
F. LOW Verh. zool.-bot. Gos. in Wien, xvii. p. 746 mentions another example of the adherence of Ch

Giebel, C., 1867:
C. GIEBEL Zeitschr. ges. Naturw. xxx. pp. 442-443 enumerates 6 species of this family detected by

Ausserer., 1867:
AUSSERER Verb. zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii pp. 158, 159 gives a list of the species of this group

Guyon., 1867:
GUYON Comptes Rendus, lxiv. pp. 1001-1003 calls attention to the occurrence of erection of the pen

Lincecum., 1867:
G. LINCECUM American Naturalist, i. pp. 203-205 gives a brief account of the habits of the Scorpio

Krebs, H., 1867:
They are accompanied by some remarks by H. Krebs of St. Thomas's, W. I..

Hill, R., 1867:
R. HILL of Jamaica publishes Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. New York, viii. pp. 887-393 some notes on the

Julius Milde., 1867:
JULIUS MILDE publishes a note on the two species of Scorpion observed by him at Meran. Jahresber. sc

Koch, L., 1867:
L. Koch Verh. zool.-bok Ges. in Wien, xvii. p. 186 describes the mature female of Tetragnetha grar

Thorell., 1867:
Aranea lobata Pallas Thorell OEfvers. Kongl. Vet-Akad. Forh, 1867, pp. 591-596 discusses the syn

Blackwall., 1867:
BLACKWALL Ann. Mag. N. H. 3rd ser. xx. p. 210 records the occurrence in Britain of Theridion trist

Kempelen., 1867:
KEMPELEN Verb, zool.-bot Ges. in Wien, xvii. pp. 547-550 describes the mature and immature forms o

Plateau, F., 1867:
Argyroneta aquatica. F. PLATEAU has published Bull. Acad. Sci. Belg. xxiii. pp. 96-125 some notes

Koch, L., 1867:
The same author l. c. describes other new species of this genus:-A. polyphemis, p. 222, A. nigrofe

Blackwall., 1867:
BLACKWALL describes the male of his Lycosa ingens, and notices its dissemination in the Madeiran arc

Lincecum., 1867:
LINCECUM figures Mygale hentzii Amer. Nat. i. p. 139. .The same author publishes a short account o

Canestrini., 1867:
CANESTRINI has published Comm. delta Flora, Fauna, c., October 1867 a list of the species of this

Ausserer., 1867:
AUSSERER states Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. 1867 pp. 138-139 that the number of species o

Giebel, C., 1867:
C. GIEBEL has published Zeitachr. ges. Naturw. xxx. 1867 pp. 425-443 a notice of the species of th

Kempelen., 1867:
KEMPELEN Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, xvii. 1867 pp. 545-647 refers to the causes of the difficu

Terby, F., 1867:
F. TERBY publishes Bull. Acad. Sci. Belg. xxiii. pp. 274-298 an account, illustrated with figures,

Ausserer., 1867:
AUSSERER Zeitschr. des Ferdinand. 3te Folge, xiii. pp. 181-209 publishes an account of the habits

Blackwall., 1867:
BLACKWALL publishes some observations on the presence of teeth and spines on the falces and maxillae

Von Martens., 1867:
VON MARTENS Preuss. Exped. nach Ost-Asien, Zool. p. 12 briefly notices the occurrence of Spiders i

Frauenfeld., 1867:
In a paper on insecta met with at sea and on board ship see INSECTA, FRAUENFELD enumerates a few

Fritsch, G., 1867:
G. FRITSCH, in describing the general characters of the Insect-fauna of South Africa Berl. ent. Zei

Robertson, C., 1867:
ROBERTSON, C. describes and figures a specimen of a double earthworm Lumbriaus terrettris, Quart J

Alder., 1867:
Serpula triquetra ?. Mr. Alder notices the following peculiarity in the structure of the shell of a

Greeff., 1867:
Sphorodorun claparedii. Greeff's paper describing this annelid, vide 'Record' for 1866, p. 593, will

Marcusen., 1867:
MARCUSEN gives a provisional list, in which in many cases the species are only referred to their gen

Inchbald., 1868:
INCHBALD describes a gall found by him on the leaves of Salix herbacea which is produced by a specie

Kerferstein., 1868:
Kerferstein's note on an hermaphrodite Nemertian B. hermaphroditica from St. Malo is translated in

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