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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38834

Chapter 38834 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.



Peters., 1870: South Africa. PETERS reports on a collection made at Hantam Oorlogsrevier, S.W. Africa. MB. Ak. Be

Steindachner, Dr.., 1870: Senegambia. Dr. STEINDACHNER gives an account of the Reptiles collected by him in this country. SB.

Caruccio, A., 1870: Sardinia. A. CARUCCIO gives a list of 17 Reptiles and 5 Batrachians inhabiting this island. Att. Soc

Peters, Prof.., 1870: IN reply to Prof. Huxley's paper on the homologies of the auditory ossicles see Zool. Record, vi. p

Hackel., 1870: Magosphaera planula is the name given by Hackel to a new microscopic organism which he found attache

Dawson, G. W., 1870: Mr. G. W. Dawson gives a short account of the distribution of Forami-nifera in the Gulf and River St


Brady, H. B., 1870: Brackish-water Foraminifera. In Mr. H. B. Brady's Analysis Ann. N. H. 4 vi. pp. 273-309 a tabl

Brady.; Parker.; Jones., 1870: Messrs. BRADY, PARKER, and JONES, in their monograph of the genus Polymorphina, enumerate and descri

Carter., 1870: Both these species are arenaceous, and have, besides siliceous grains, sponge-spicules entering into

Carp., 1870: Mention is made p. 421 of a peculiarly interesting Orbilolites O. tenuissimus, sp. nov., Carp. P.

Carpenter.; Jeffreys.; Thomson, W., 1870: In CARPENTER, JEFFREYS, and W. THOMSON's Report on the Porcupine Expedition of 1869 Proc. R. Soc. x

Hackel., 1870: A minute account of Bathybius, and of.the associated cyatholiths, discoliths, and coccospheres, is g

Anonymous., 1870: After examination of several Radiolaria, collected partly in Messina and partly in the Canary Island

Archer., 1870: Acanthocystis spinifera, Greeff, recorded by ARCHER from Tipperary Proc. R. Irish Ac. Dec. 12, 1870

Waller., 1870: J. G. WALLER has some observations on the conjugation of Actinophrys sol. J. Quek. Micr. Club, 1870,

Archer., 1870: ARCHER likewise notices in a large green Actinophryan species undetermined a clear spherical body

Archer., 1870: This forms the conclusion of Mr. Archer's First Fasciculus on Freshwater Rhizopoda, the new genera

Anonymous., 1870: The same author describes Act. Lund, 1869-70 the following new species from Wisby, Isle of Gothlan

Wahlgren, F., 1870: Orthagoriscus mola F. Wahlgren describes and figures an old example Mola nasus in Act. Univers. Lu

Dumeril., 1870: Prof. DUMERIL Ichth. gener. ii. retains Pegasus in the Lophobranchs as an order Hypostomides; th

Morton Allport., 1870: Mr. MORTON ALLPORT has published a Brief History of the Introduction of Salmon S. salar and other

Dr MURIE., 1870: Dr. MURIE has published a paper entitled Additional Memoranda as to Irregularity in the Growth of S

Kner.; Steindachner., 1870: Oncorhynchus proteus Pall. described by Kner Steindachner from specimens from Decastris Bay, l.

Costa., 1870: Krohnius flamentosus Cocco. Costa describes and figures a fresh example; he thinks that it is the

Dr Elunzinger., 1870: Mugil. Dr. Elunzinger describes the species found in the Red Sea, Verh. z.-b. Ges. Wien 1870 pp. 824

Bleeker., 1870: Pseudobrama and Luciobrama are indicated as two new genera from the Yantsekiang by Bleeker, l. c. p.

Lunel., 1870: Blennius vulgaris. Lunel shows that the Bl. alpestris of Blanchard, from Lake Bourget in Savoy, is n

Knox, F. J., 1870: Histiophorus. F. J. Knox publishes notes on a Swordfish stranded on the west coast of the North Isla

Hensel., 1870: Crenicichla lepidota Heck. Hensel is inclined to regard this form as specifically distinct from Cr

Anonymous., 1870: Micropus. This genus described by Kroyer as Caracanthus, by Bleeker as Amphiprionichthys, by Kner as

Kner., 1870: Stichaeopsis, g. n., Kner, SB. Ak. Wien, lxi. 1870, p. 441. Scales none; jaws even, with bands of fi

Dr Klunzinger., 1870: Dr. Klunzinger describes the species found in the Red Sea; he has also examined their synonymy. He d

Dr KLUNZINGER., 1870: Dr. KLUNZINGER proposes the following arrangement of the first portion of the Acanthopterygians Ver

Dumeril, A., 1870: Cephaloptera. A. Dumeril has noticed the praebranchial appendages described by Panceri in this genus

Gray., 1870: Gray, Ann. Mag. 1870, p. 366. As these tubes are homologous with the rostral processes of the Rays

Cornish, Th., 1870: Selache maxima. Th. Cornish describes a Shark apparently of this species, captured on the coast of C

Traquair., 1870: Prof. Traquair has worked out the cranial osteology of Polypterus, Journ. Anat. Physiol. v. 1870,

Dumeril, A., 1870: Prof. A. Dumeril Ichth. gener. ii. pp. 90-268 adopts 6 subgenera see Zool. Record, v. p. 170 , and

Krefft., 1870: Mr. KREFFT has given an account of its external characters in P. Z. S. 1870, pp. 221-224 with woodc

Gunther., 1870: A comparison of the teeth with those of the fossil C. runcinatus proved the generic identity. Gunthe

Day., 1870: Burmah. Mr. DAY describes 5 new or imperfectly known species from Burmah, P. Z. S. 1870, pp. 99-101

Dr STEINDACHNER., 1870: Senegal. Dr. STEINDACHNER describes the fishes collected by him on this river during a visit of two

Klunzinger, C. B., 1870: Red Sea. Synopsis der Fische des Rothen Meeres, by C. B. KLUNZINGER. Part I. Percoiden-Mugiloiden.

Dr GUNTHER., 1870: Dr. GUNTHER gives an account of The Fishes of the Nile, vol. ii. pp. 195-268, with three plates an

Petherick., 1870: Nile. In an appendix to Travels in Central Africa and Explorations of the Western Nile Tributaries,

Dr HENSEL., 1870: Southern Brazil. Dr. HENSEL has concluded the account of the freshwater fishes collected by him see

Gill., 1870: Upper Amazon. Mr. GILL describes 10 new species from the Upper Amazon and Napo rivers. P. Ac. Philad

Dr BLEEKER., 1870: Yantsekiang. Dr. BLEEKER describes or indicates several new fishes from this river, Versl. Meded.

Blake, J. H., 1870: Massachusetts. The habits and migrations of some of the marine fishes of Massachusetts, by J. H. B

Abbott, C. C.; Dr.., 1870: New Jersey. In Notes on Freshwater Fishes of New Jersey Dr. C. C. ABBOTT gives observations applyi

Bourjot, A., 1870: Algeria. Liste des Poissons que l'on rencontre le plus souvent au marched' Alger, ou Guide a la Per

Caruccio, A., 1870: Mediterranean. A. CARUCCIO has given a list of 135 fishes collected in fresh waters and on the coast

Ninni, A.; Dr.., 1870: Venice. Dr. A. NINNI gives a list of 258 species of fishes inhabiting the lagunes and bay of Venice;

Weber, Von J. C., 1870: Germany and Switzerland. Die Fische Deutschlands und der Schweiz, VON J. C. WEBER. Zweite Auflage.

Beneden, P. J.; Van., 1870: Belgium. Les Poissons des Cotes de Belgique, leurs parasites et leurs commensaux, par P. J. VAN BE

Dr GUNTHER., 1870: Dr. GUNTHER puts the total number of fishes known at present as about 9000, and states that the coll

Anonymous., 1870: Another plate is added to this memoir, illustrative of a previous paper by the same author on the fi

Anonymous., 1870: The scope and object of this work, of which the first volume appeared in 1865, has been described in

Anonymous., 1870: Pachytylus migratorius and P. cinerascens. A discussion at the Entomological Society of London is re

Smith, F., 1870: F. SMITH Tr. E. S. 1870, Proc. p. xl mentions that he had observed Asilus albiceps preying upon gr

Brown, E., 1870: E. BROWN Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 1-3 remarks upon the occurrence of Acrydium peregrinum, Oliv., in var

Frivaldsky., 1870: Odontura. Frivaldsky describes the following new species of this genus from Hungary:-O. affinis, B.

Walker., 1870: WALKER Cat. Dermap. Saltatoria describes the following new genera and new species belonging to thi

Saussure., 1870: SAUSSURE Melanges Orthopterelogiques gives a monograph of the Old-World species of this family, in

Brukner Van Wattenwyl., 1870: BRUKNER VAN WATTENWYL Verh. z.-b. Wien, 1870, pp. 161-166, in the form of a letter to Dr. Gray, pa

Wallrngrrn., 1870: WALLRNGRRN, OEfv. Sr. Ak. 1871, p. 182, records the addition of four described species to the Swedis

De Selys-longchamps., 1870: DE SELYS-LONGCHAMPS Compt.-rend. Soc. Ent. Belg. 5 Nov. 1870 gives an outline of the arrangement o

Eaton., 1870: EATON, Tr. E. S. 1870, p. 1, asserts that Ephemera danica of Pictet is not the same as the like-name

Shimmer., 1870: SHIMMER, Am. Ent. ii. p. 324, notices the damage occasioned to books by insects of this family. He e

Nicholson., 1870: NICHOLSON, Manual of Zoology, i. pp. 219-221, gives a short account of the conditions and habits of

Rudow., 1870: RUDOW Zeits. gesamm. Naturw. 1870, i. pp. 272-302 continues his researches upon these parasites. T

M'INTIRE, M. J., 1870: M'INTIRE, M. J. Micr. Soc. iii. pp. 1-5. pl. xxxvii., enters into a minute microscopical examination

M'LACHLAN., 1870: M'LACHLAN Ent M. M. vi. p. 288 remarks on the sexes of Coniopteryx, and is opposed to the supposit

Wallengeen., 1870: WALLENGEEN OEfv. Sv. Ac. 1870, pp. 154-157 records the addition of six species to the Swedish faun

M'LACHLAN., 1870: M'LACHLAN, Ent M. M. vi. p. 196, tabulates the genera allied to Osmylus and enumerates the species b

M'Lachlan., 1870: And by M'Lachlan in Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 77-79.

Giraud., 1870: Is given by Giraud in Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1870, Bull. p. xxxi

Brauer., 1870: Mantispa styriaca A translated abstract of Brauer's account of the metamorphoses Zool. Rec. 1869, p

White., 1870: WHITE Ent. M. M. vii. p. 53 records Limnophilus paridus, Hag., and Phryganea obsoleta, Hag., from

M'LACHLAN., 1870: M'LACHLAN Ann. E. Belg. xiii. pp. 1-12 revises many of Rambur's species, after an examination of t

M'LACHLAN., 1870: M'LACHLAN Tr. E. S. 1870, p. 531 notices a few insects of this order collected at Kinsembo Congo

Zeller., 1870: And by Zeller in S. E. Z. 1870, pp. 425, 426.

Stein., 1870: Reviewed by Stein in B. E. Z. 1870, pp. 427, 428

Kowalewsky., 1870: The first appearance and development of the medullary tube, the intestinal tract, the branchial sac

Lacaze-Duthiers., 1870: And he suggests that the animal observed by Lacaze-Duthiers was not a true Molgula, but Eugyra areno

Lacaze-duthiers., 1870: LACAZE-DUTHIERS, studying the development of various genera of Ascidians by means of artificial fecu

Mecznikow., 1870: And refutes the objections made by Mecznikow Zool. Rec. vi. p. 594. Z. wiss. Zool. xx. pp. 513, 51

Kowalewsky., 1870: As described by Kowalewsky, is not found in the larvae of Clavellina, and concludes that the string

Kowalewsky.; Kupffer., 1870: A short abstract of Kowalewsky's and Kupffer's researches concerning the embryology of Ascidiae is t

Dall, W. H., 1870: DALL, W. H., publishing a revision of the genera and subgenera of the Terebratulidae and Lingulidae,

Anonymous., 1870: And Ann. N. H. 4 pp. 267-270.

Anonymous., 1870: Abstracts in Am. J. Sc. 1. pp. 100-104

Perkins., 1870: The Bryozoa of New Haven are treated by Perkins, P. Bost. Soc. xii. p. 139.

Dall, W. C., 1870: North America. Three species of Brachiopods and 28 of Tunicata are enumerated by W. C. Dall in his r

Colbeau., 1870: COLBEAU has observed that oysters remained alive, when taken from the water, for fourteen days, Marc

Mobius, Karl Prof.., 1870: The breeding of oysters is the subject of an interesting pamphlet written by Prof. KARL MOBIUS. He h

Metzger, Jb., 1870: Ostrea edulis L. occurs on the coast of East Friesland only off the islands, in depths of 16-18 fa

Sowerby., 1870: Ostroea Ostrea . Sowerby begins the monograph of this genus, in the continuation of Reeve's Concholo

Reeve., 1870: Nucula, Yoldia, and Laeda Leda , Sowerby's monograph of these genera in the continuation of Reeve's

Anonymous., 1870: Lithodomus lithophagus L., its burrowing observed by C. Caramagna. The molluak makes its appearanc

Mobius., 1870: Some particulars concerning the actual culture of this mollusk in Kiel by MOBIUS, Zool. Gart. 1870,

Schroter., 1870: Hemidonax, new section of the genus Donax, proposed by Morch for a shell hitherto placed in the genu

Pfeiffer., 1870: Lucinopsis undata Penn. described and figured by Pfeiffer in the new edition of Chemnitz, Venerace

Langer., 1870: A communication which has been denied lately by LANGER from observations on Anodonta. C. R. Feb. 187

Lacaze-duthiers., 1870: LACAZE-DUTHIERS asserts that in the arrangement of the nervous system also Cyclostoma probably the

Dall., 1870: B. Liriola. Shell thin, horny, smooth, or finely striated; apex marginal or submarginal, twisted to

Hidalgo., 1870: Cylindrella, Pfr. H. Crosse and P. Fischer J. de Conch. xviii. pp. 1-27 divide this genus, from th

Binney.; Bland., 1870: Mesodon leucodon and labiatum, Rafinesque, their descriptions and figures copied from a manuscript,

Hidalgo., 1870: Helix quadrivittata, martinezi, amancaezensis, and baczensis, Hidalgo, figured J. de Conch. xviii pl

Crosse., 1870: Helix cyrene and cymodoce, Crosse, figured J. de Conch. xviii pl. 1. fig. 2, and pl. 2. figs. 2 3,

Adams, H., 1870: Closely allied to sculpturata Gray.

Martens, V., 1870: Helix faetens Stud.. V. Martens considers that it is quite distinct from the faetens of Rossmassle

Mabille, J., 1870: J. Mabille Ann. mal. 1870 p. 105 reviews the species occurring in France, which are 22 of Arion and

Cravan, A., 1870: The living animal. of Nanina ligulala Fer. is also described and figured by A. Cravan, Ann. mal. B

Semper., 1870: C. Shell-lobes rudimentary or wanting, left cervical lobe not divided. X. bislrialis, Beck, ligulata

Semper, C., 1870: Ariophanta, Desmoulins. C. SEMPER characterizes this genus in the following manner :-Both shell-lobe

Tryon., 1870: Tryon objects that the photographs never give such sharp lines as are requisite. Am. J. Conch. vi. p

Binney, W.; Bland, Th., 1870: Photographic figures of the dentition of 11 species of land-and freshwater molluaca are given by W.

Bergh., 1870: Cratena bylgia, longibursaand ? lugubris, spp. nn., Bergh in Semper's Reisen, ii. pp. 4-9, pl. 1. fi

Costa., 1870: Caliphylla mediterranea, Costa see Zool. Rec. iv. p. 553, from Naples, now fully described and fig

Philippi. , 1870: Utriclus, Brown,=Amphisphyra, Loven, 6 species figured by Sowerby on 1 plate. U. cecillei should be

Spengler, L., 1870: Chiton L.. An account of L. Spengler's monograph 1794 is given by Morch, Mal. Bl. xvii. pp. 110-

Dall., 1870: Helcioniscus, gen. nov., Dall. l. c. p. 277. Inner uncinus hardly raised above the level of the ribb

Dall., 1870: Nacella, Schum. This genus also has scalloped lappets on the sides of the foot. The second and the t

Dall., 1870: Patinella, gen. nov., Dall, l. c. p. 272. Sides of the foot provided with scalloped lappets. Teeth 3

Dall., 1870: Ancistromesus, gen. nov., Dall, l. c. p. 266. A simple rhachidian tooth; two inner lateral teeth on

Dall., 1870: Scurria, Gray. This genus has also besides the cervical gill an accessory branchial cordon, which go

Dall., 1870: Lottia, Gray. This genus is distinguished by the presence of a branchial cordon around the posterior

Dall., 1870: Acmaea, Eschscholtz. This genus is subdivided by Dall, Am. J. Conch, vi. pp. 237-260, in the followi

Dall, W. H., 1870: W. H. DALL has reviewed the systematical arrangement of Patella and allied genera, and establishes t

Sowerby., 1870: Scutus and Tugalia. Sowerby's monograph of these genera in the continuation of Reeve's Conchologia I

Folin., 1870: Karolus, gen. nov. Testa subcylindrica, subelongata, apice obtusissimo; apertura subpiriformi, ad co

Brocchi., 1870: Turritella subangulata, Brochi, recent in the Mediterranean; specimens sent by Benoit to Weinkauff.

Adams, H., 1870: Phaneta, gen. nov. Testa imperforata, trochiformis, spirae anfractibus paucis, ultimo carinato, expa

Anonymous., 1870: Hydrobia acuta Drap. again found, but not alive, in the salt lake near Halle, and the probability

Brot., 1870: Brot enumerates 332 recent species of Melania, 14 of Doryssa, 10 of Viber, 16 of Pirena, 32 of Hemis

Aradas., 1870: Triforis benoitiana, sp. n., Aradas, Atti Soc. Ital. xii pp. 549, 550, and Bull. mal. Ital. iii. p.

Adams, A., 1870: Orina gen. nov. Testa vitrea, conico-turrita, umbilicata; anfr. planis, simplicibus. Apertura subqua

Mont., 1870: Which is probably, according to Jeffreys, the young state of Cypraea europaea, Mont., ibid. footnote

Martens, E. V., 1870: Nassa reticulata L., its varieties in the North Sea and Mediterranean, including cancellata, Chemn

Benoit.; Aradas., 1870: Buccinum tinci, Maravigna, belongs to Nassa, and is perhaps only a variety of N. corniculum Olivi.

Brusina., 1870: Defrancia reticulata Renier. Brusina substitutes for this name D. craticulata, Olivi nec Linn. , C

Cox., 1870: Murex. The continuation of Kuster's Monograph, part iii, contains 18 species, some copied from Reeve

Trinchese, S., 1870: S. TRINCHESE'S memoir on the nervous system of the Cephalopoda, published in 1858, is extracted in f

Seibert, H., 1870: Advice as to keeping and rearing terrestrial mollusca in confinement is given-by H. Seibert, Nachr.

Stoliczka, F., 1870: Apparent kitchen-middens, containing shells of recent species of sea- and land-mollusks, have been f

Allery de Monterosato., 1870: A rather large number of recent Mediterranean shells, found in the pleistocene clay at Ficurazzi and

Mobius., 1870: Venus mercenaria, L., its acclimatization failed at Arcachon. Mobius, Auatern- u. Miesmuschelzucht,

Verrill, A. E., 1870: Several sea-shells from La Paz, California, collected by J. Pedersen, are described and others menti

Cooper, J. G., 1870: The shells of Monterey are enumerated by J. G. Cooper; 206 species are named, 126 of them have been

Blanford, W. T., 1870: A list of 128 species of sea-shells collected in Annesley Bay, and nine others obtained in the open

Adams, H., 1870: The new species among them are described by H. Adams, l. c. pp. 121-129, and P. Z. S. 1870, pp. 5-7,

M'Andrew., 1870: A large number of sea-shells, collected by M'Andrew in the Red Sea are enumerated Ann. N. H. 4 vi

Marcusen, F., 1870: A very poor list of mollusks found in the Black Sea is given by F. Marcusen in the 'Transactions' of

Benoit, L.; Aradas, A., 1870: The Sicilian species described in 1840 and 1841 as new by Prof. C. Maravigna, and always regarded as

Aradas, A., 1870: The recent marine shells found at and near Catania are enumerated by A. Aradas, Att. Soc. Ital. iii.

Ancey, F., 1870: The marine molluaks found at Cape Pinede, near Marseilles, are enumerated by F. Ancey, Ann. Mal. pp.

Weinkauff, H. C., 1870: H. C. WEINKAUFF has published supplementary notes to his general work on the shells of the Mediterra

Servain, G., 1870: The sea-shells of the coast of Granville are enumerated. G. Servain, Ann. Mal. pp. 77-104.

Colbeau., 1870: Colbeau'e list of Belgian Mollusca, Ann. mal. Belg. vol. iii. 1868 pp. 85-111, contains 7 species

Jeffreys, J.; Gwyn., 1870: A list of 103 Norwegian marine Mollusca, dredged either in the Christiania fjord at Drobak or, durin

Anonymous., 1870: The report of the expedition of 1870 P. R. Soc. 1870, pp. 146-220 contains the narrative and the h

Carpenter, Dr..; Thomson, Wyville Prof..; Jeffreys., 1870: Concerning the results of deep-sea dredging in the 'Porcupine,' by Dr. CARPENTER, Prof. WYVILLE THOM

Verrill, A. E., 1870: And by A. E. VERRILL, Am. J. Sc. 4 xix. pp. 129-134.

Malmgren, A. J., 1870: The general results of the last deep-sea dredging by English, Scandinavian, and American naturalists

Kawall, F. H., 1870: Three species of true marine shells only have been found by F. H. Kawall on the shores of Courland,

Wolf, J., 1870: Illinois. J. Wolf enumerates 39 land, but 101 freshwater shells 43 species of Unio from Pulton cou

Binney, W. G., 1870: In the second edition of GOULD'S 'Invertebrate of Massachusetts' the Mollusca are worked out by W. G

Hidalgo, J. G., 1870: Are enumerated by J. G. Hidalgo, J. de Conch, xviii. pp. 27-70; the localities are carefully indicat

Paz.; Martinez., 1870: A rather large number of land-shells, 201 species, collected by PAZ and MARTINEZ during a Spanish sc

Cox, J., 1870: Pacific Islands. New land-shells from the Navigators' Islands, New Hebrides, Solomon Islands, New Ir

Souverbie.; Montrouzier.; Crosse.; Marie.; Gaasies., 1870: New Caledonia. New land and freshwater shells are described by Souverbie, Montrouzier, Crosse, Marie

Tryon., 1870: Andaman Islands. The shells described as new by Tryon in the preceding year are identified with prev

Blanford, W. T., 1870: British India. Several new species, principally of Nanina and Glessula, are added by W. T. Blanford;

Anonymous., 1870: These results are compared with what was otherwise known concerning Abyssinian shells, in a double l

Anonymous., 1870: The most remarkable are:-Zonites candidissimus Drap. Monte Mario, only one specimen ; Helix ligata

Gentiluomo., 1870: Including the Alban hills and the valley of the Anio, are enumerated by GENTILUOMO Bull. Mal. iii pp

Appelius, F. L., 1870: Tuscany. The occurrence of Melanopsis dufourei Fer., ascertained by F. L Appelius Nach. mal. Ges. p.

Bellucci, G., 1870: Umbria. Thirty-one species of land and 3 freshwater shells, collected by G. BELLUCCI near Terni and

Martens, E. V., 1870: The stray notes concerning land and freshwater shells of the continent of Middle and Southern Italy

Trinchese, Prof.., 1870: And 15 found by Prof. Trinchese at Lecce near Salento, are enumerated by the former, Bull. mal. Ital

Villa, A., 1870: Some rather rare species of land-shells found by A. Villa in Val della Cross, Val Maggio, and Val Sa

Simon, ST..; Reynes., 1870: From Southern France also by St. SIMON and REYNES, Ann. Mal. i. pp. 20 and 35.

Bourguignat., 1870: Danube. Thirty-eight species of freshwater shells from the mouth of the Danube are enumerated by Bou

Lehmann., 1870: Bohemia. A few additions to the malacological fauna of Carlsbad and Franzensbrunn Zool. Rec. ii. p.

Ickrath., 1870: H. ICKRATH gives a list of 36 land and 18 freehwater ahells found by him near Darmstadt Nachr. mal.

Spkykr., 1870: Hesse. O. SPEYER enumerates 46 species of land and 30 of freshwater mollusca observed at Fulda, B. V

Mollendorff., 1870: A supplement to the enumeration of the land and freshwater mollusca found near Gorlitz is given by O

Colbeau., 1870: Belgium. COLBEAU Ann. mal. Belg. vol. iii. 1868, pp. 85-111 enumerates 103 land and 74 freshwater

Wessel, C., 1870: C. WESSEL gives a list of 25 species of land and 35 of freshwater shells observed near Hamburg, and

Anonymous., 1870: Some additions concerning Hyalina subterranea Bourg., Limnaeus glaber Mull., and L. silesiacus

Anonymous., 1870: Hyalina excavata Bean, hitherto only known as British, found near Gluckstad in Sleswick; Cyclas pi

Dohrn, H., 1870: Acclimatized by H. Dohrn, Helix lamellata, bidens, incarnata but no personata or obvoluta, Bulimu

Martens, E. V., 1870: E. v. MARTENS calls the attention of the German conchologists to the geographical distribution of ce

Martens, E.; Von., 1870: E. VON MARTENS has continued his arrangement of the literature bearing on the distribution of the Ge

Jeffreys., 1870: A large number of shells dredged in the Mediterranean by Captains Spratt and Nares, in various depth

Colbeau., 1870: Nassa reticulata, Natica monilifera and nitida are sometimes irregularly prolonged at their aperture

Roffiaen., 1870: Roffiaen has unsuccessfully tried to produce artificially scalaroid varieties by applying gypsum to

Broeck, E. V. D., 1870: Albino of Limnaea auricularia L., E. v. d. Broeck, Ann. mal Belg. iv. 1869, p. 90.

Troschel.; Quoy.; Panceri., 1870: The observations of TROSCHEL, QUOY, and especially PANCERI, on the secretion of free sulphuric acid

Anonymous., 1870: The asymmetry of the Gastropods extends only to the fourth of the aforesaid groups and to the parts

Anonymous., 1870: He distinguishes three principal parts of the body, viz. the head, the foot, and the visceral sac, w

Gray., 1870: Orca. Dr. Gray has reexamined the skulls of this genus, Proc Zool. Soc. 1870, pp. 70-77. He divides

Anonymous., 1870: We refer to Zool. Rec. vi p. 126 for Prof, van Beneden's memoir on this subject generally.

Gray, Je., 1870: Dr. J. E. Gray has compiled a list of all the species of Cetaceans, and arranged them geographically

van Benden., 1870: Prof. van Beneden, in a reply in Bull. Ac. R. Belg. xxx. 1870, pp. 380-388, adheres to the views exp

Gray, Je., 1870: Dr. J. E. GRAY has published a review of the Osteographie des Cetaces, by Van Beneden and Gervais

Philippi., 1870: Xenelaphus leucotis. Zool. Rec. vi. p. 22 . Dr. Philippi states that this deer is not the Huemul of

Brandt., 1870: Cervus alces. Prof. Brandt has come to the conclusion that the Elks of both hemispheres, as well as

Blanford., 1870: Antilope. The species observed by Mr. Blandford Geol. Zool, Abyss. were:- Antilope sommeringii

Milne-Edwards, M. A., 1870: M. A. Milne-Edwards redescribes a cross between E. hemionus and a Mare, and figures it in Nouv. Arch

Owen., 1870: Equus. Prof. Owen, in his Description of the cavern of Bruniquel, and its organic contents. Part II

Gray., 1870: Phacochoerus. Dr. Gray states that the animal figured by Mr. Sclater in P. Z. S. 1869, pl. 20, and p

Agassiz, A., 1870: Castor fiber. Notes on Beaver Dams, by A. Agassiz, Proc. Bost. Soc-Nat. Hist. xiii., 1869, pp. 101

Flower., 1870: Its occurrence on the English coast, in 1846, has since been announced by Prof Flower to the Zoolog

Anonymous., 1870: Phoca hispida. Remains of a Seal found in the brick-clays of various parts of Scotland are referred

Quennerstedt, A., 1870: Phocidae. A. Quennerstedt has published notes on Phoca barbala, P. graenlandica and Cystophora, espe

Maack, G. A., 1870: Otaria. Dr. G. A. Maack gives an account of his expedition to the eastern coast of South America, to

AlLLEN, J. A., 1870: Otariidae. On the eared Seals Otariidae, with detailed descriptions of the North Pacific species

Philippi., 1870: Felis colocolo. Molina described and figured by Philippi, Arch. fur Naturgesch. 1870, pp. 41-45, t

Martens, E.; Von., 1870: Dr. E. VON MARTENS has published an article on the names of various Carnivores in different language

Edwards, A. M., 1870: Nectogale gen. nov. A. M.Edwards, Compt Rend. 1870, lxx p. 341 A transition form between the Desmans

Peters., 1870: Crocidura. Peters Berl. Monatsb. 1870 describes the following new species:- C. retusa, Ceylon, p.

Peters., 1870: Chiromys. Hoffmann and Weyenbergh have compared the osteology and myology of the Aye-Aye from resea

Grandidier., 1870: Oryzorictes gen. nov., Grandidier, Rev. et Mag. Zool. 1870, p. 50. Incisors 3/3; canines 1/1; molars

Gray., 1870: The author directs his critical remarks against a paper by Dr. Gray published in a popular periodica

Gray., 1870: Pteropus. Dr. Gray Cat Monkeys c. describes the following new species:-Spectrum aneitanum, Aneite

Sclater., 1870: Mr. Sclater, in reply, states that Dr. Gray's remarks have not induced him to change his opinion reg

Blanford., 1870: Felis maniculata and F. caligata Notes by Blanford, Observ. Abyss. 1870, pp. 226, 228. .Hyrax. The r

Walker., 1870: Walker records the easy capture of an adult male Gorilla at Camma, near to the coast. Proc. Lit. P

Peters., 1870: Troglodytes. A skin brought from Chartoum does not appear to indicate a specific difference from the

Anonymous., 1870: This work contains diagnoses and the synonymy of the species which are in the British-Museum collect

Friedlowsky., 1870: FRIEDLOWSKY describes a malformation of a hand of Macacus cynomolgus with only four fingers. Verh. Z

Gray., 1870: Is published, with notes, by Dr. GRAY, in Ann. Mag. N. H. 1870, v. pp, 220-224. It refers to two S

Jimenez De La Espada., 1870: South America. JIMENEZ DE LA ESPADA, a member of the Spanish expedition to explore the natural produ

Peters., 1870: West Africa. Prof. PETERS enumerates 14 Bats and 12 Rodents from the Portuguese possessions in West

Peters., 1870: Prof. PETERS gives a list of 14 Mammals collected by Dr. Schimper in Abyssinia, with some notes on t

Blanford, W. T., 1870: Abyssinia. Mr. W. T. Blanford, the geologist of the British expedition in 1867-68, has published his

Lenormant, F., 1870: Sur la domestication de quelques especes d'antilopesau temps de l'ancien empire egyptien, by F. L

Pichot, A. P., 1870: Egypt. Animaux domestiques par les anciens Egyptiens, by A. P. PICHOT, Bull. Acclim. 1870, pp. 97-

Milne-edwards, A., 1870: Eastern Thibet. A. MILNE-EDWARDS notices several new Mammals, viz. two Monkeys, three Insectivores,

Swinhoe., 1870: China. Mr. SWINHOE has some entertaining and instructive. Zoological notes of a journey from Canto

Allen, J. A., 1870: United States. J. A. ALLEN enumerates 48 species in Notes on the Mammals of Iowa. Proc. Bost. So

Gilpin., 1870: Nova Scotia. Dr. GILPIN continues his observations on the Mammalian Fauna. Proc. Trans. N. Scot. I

Bonizzi., 1870: Modena. BONIZZI gives a list of 41 species of Mammals including some extinct kinds found in the di

Caruccio, A., 1870: Sardinia. A. CARUCCIO gives a list of 36 Mammalia inhabiting this island. Att. Soc. Ital. Sc. Nat. x

Plessis, Mm Du.; Combe., 1870: Switzerland. MM. DU PLESSIS and COMBE have given a list of 34 Mammals found in the district of Orbe.

Brandt, F., 1870: Siberia. Under the title Neue Untersuchungen uber die in den altaischen Hohlen aufgefundenen Sauget

Quennerstedt, A., 1870: Arctic Region. Anteckningar om djurlifvet i Ishafvet mellan Spetsbergen och Gronland Remarks on an

Burmeister, Prof.., 1870: Prof. BURMEISTER gives a list of the Mammalia in the Museum at Buenos Ayres. An. Mus. Buen. Aires, 1

Von Heinemann., 1870: VON HEINEMANN Schmett. Deutschl. u. d. Schweiz, ii. 2 separates the genus Gelecchia as originally

Stainton., 1870: Stainton's 'Tineina of Southern Europe' is reviewed at length, Bull. Ent Ital. 1870, pp. 91-93.

Stainton., 1870: Stainton's Second Visit to the Engadine chiefly consists of notes on the Tineina observed: Ent Ann

Von Heinemann., 1870: Von HEINEMANN has published another volume of his work on the Lepidoptera of Germany and Switzerland

Anonymous., 1870: Thysanodes, g. n., Ramb. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. Seances, 1870, p. 31. Allied to Cheimatobia; hind wings

Grentzenberg., 1870: Cidaria tristata, L., and limbosignata, Nolck. Grentzenberg points out the differences between these

Von Nolcken., 1870: Cidaria trisata. Von Nolcken has investigated the synonymy of this and two allied species, which he

Norman, G., 1870: G. NORMAN has noticed Noctua baja and Leucania pollens in cop. at sugar. Ent. M. M. vii. p. 88.

Maassen., 1870: MAASSEN S. E. Z. 1870, pp. 329-333 publishes full directions for collecting at sugar, and adds a l

Buchanan White, F., 1870: F. BUCHANAN WHITE records Leucania littoralis and Heliothis marginata as new to Scotland. Ent. M. M.

Berce., 1870: BERCE has published Faune Entomologique FranYaise, Lepidopteres, 3me vol. Heteroceres, 1er partie,

Anonymous., 1870: Further information on silkworms may be found in almost every periodical which, has the slightest co

Tigri., 1870: A memoir by Tigri attributing pebrine to a species of Bacterium is mentioned in C. R. vol. lxx. p. 1

Pasteur., 1870: PASTEUR has published a valuable work on the diseases of silkworms vide supra, p. 369. On rearing

Wallace, A., 1870: A. WALLACE has published Ent. Ann. 1871, pp. 101-107 some notes on Sericiculture, chiefly with ref

Delandre., 1870: DELANDRE R. Z. 1870, pp. 121-128 reviews the various publications on Sericiculture which have rece

Guerin-meneville., 1870: GUERIN-MENEVILLE publishes R. Z. 1870, pp. 45-48, 72-80, 214-224 his usual series of reports on Se

Holdsworth, E., 1870: E. HOLDSWORTH repeats his former statement that he has bred OEona punctata, Lasiocampa remota, and L

Girard., 1870: GIRARD remarks on various parasites on silkworms. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. Seances, 1870, pp. 53, 64, 61-6

Trouvelet., 1870: TROUVELET remarks on some points of analogy between Limacodes and the Hymenoptera. P. Bost Soc. xii.

Speyer., 1870: SPEYER considers this family to be a connecting link between the Tineina, Liparidae, and Zygaenidae.

Mitford, R., 1870: R. MITFORD publishes Notes on Psychidae, Ent M. M. vi. p. 186.

Knaggs., 1870: KNAGGS suggests that the genus Nola should either precede or follow the Lithosiidae: Cab. List Lep.

Speyer., 1870: The following changes take place in Setina ramosa at a considerable altitude:-1, the size diminishes

Boisduval., 1870: BOISDUVAL briefly characterizes his genus Ochodes. Pet Nouv. no. 19.

Maassen., 1870: MAASSEN questions the possibility of the large Sphingidae being able to cross the Atlantic ocean by

Stefanelli., 1870: STEFANELLI has published another instalment of his catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Tuscany, containi

Anonymous., 1870: On the American moth-trap, see Ent. v. pp. 61, 62, 82, 83, 115, 116.

Nowicki., 1870: A list of the new Microlepidoptera described by Nowicki in 1864 is published in S. E. Z. pp. 427, 42

Mabille., 1870: Descriptions of the new species of Lepidoptera described by Mabille, from Corsica Ann. Soc. Ent Fr.

M'Lachlan, R., 1870: R. M'Lachlan added that the larva of Acronycta alni possessed some hairs of the same shape, though f

Weijenburgh., 1870: WEIJENBURGH publishes some observations on parthenogenesis in various species, more especially in Li

Minot., 1870: MINOT describes the male of Hesperia metea, Scudd., and remarks that H. pocahontas and H. quadraquin

Butler., 1870: BUTLER describes in full the following species of Hesperidae briefly characterized by Herrich-Schaff

Butler., 1870: BUTLER remarks Cat Lep. Fab. pp. 135-158 that Emesis drupadi, Horsf., = Abisara haquinus, Fabr.; P

Butler., 1870: BUTLER Cat. Lep. Fabricius, pp. 8-37 makes the following notes on species of this family:-Pap. ger

Butler., 1870: Oreas dubia jaira, Hubn., is a slight var. of Tenaris selene, Westw.: Butler, Tr. E. Soc. 1870, p. 4

Butler., 1870: BUTLER Lepid. Exot. iv. vi. pls. 11 19 figures the following described species of this family:

Anonymous., 1870: Synchloe pretona, Boisd. = lacinia, var. ?, Lep. Guat. p. 37, Guatemala.

Butler., 1870: BUTLER has published Tr. E. Soc. 1870, pp. 119-121 a series of notes on the species of Charaxes de

Edwards., 1870: Grapta. Edwards Tr. Am. Ent Soc. iii pp. 1-9 gives the synonymy of G. interrogationis, Fab., and a

Hewitson., 1870: Eresia. Hewitson Exot Butt. 76, pls. 8, 9 figures the following known species:-E. alsina, E. pelon

Hudd, A. E., 1870: Argynnis euphrosyne. A. E. Hudd noticed this insect flying towards the similarly coloured handle of

Butler., 1870: Argynnis japonica, Menetr. Butler states that this species is s variety of the Indian A. rudra, Moor

Erschoff., 1870: A var. of M. dictynna from E. Siberia is noticed by Erschoff, Bull Mosc 1869, pt 4, p. 273.

Maassen., 1870: Melitaea athalia and dictynna. Maassen remarks on these species. S. E. Z. 1870, p. 55. See also Kefe

Curo, A., 1870: An accidental variety is described by A. Curo, Bull. Ent Ital ii. p. 32. .An accidental var. of the

Butler., 1870: Acraea andromacha. Butler has observed some aberrations in the neuration of the hind wings of this s

Anonymous., 1870: I. pulcheria, Tr. E. Soc. 1870, p. 154

Boisd., 1870: Corbulis, g. n., Boisd. Lep. Guat p. 32. Differs from lihomia by its reddish, semitransparent wings,

Anonymous., 1870: C. virgo, Tr. E. Soc. 1870, p. 9, Mexico, Vera Paz, Apolobamba

Anonymous., 1870: C. evanglina, Tr. E. Soc. 1870, p. 11, Lepid. Exot. v. p. 35, pl. 15. f. 1-3, Flores, Baly

Butler., 1870: C. hinda, l. c. iv. p. 31, pl. 12. f. 9, 10, Queensland .C. irrigata, l. c, Brazil ; C. hartonia, l.

Butler., 1870: Callidryas. Butler describes the following new species -:C. lactea, Ann. N. H. ser. 4, v. p. 361, Le

Hewitson., 1870: HEWITSON notes Equat Lep. p. ii that Herrich-Schaffer has proposed the name vanilia for Ithomia la

Butler., 1870: Butler states Tr. E. Soc, 1870 that C. bracleolata=C. cipris, female p. 9, note, and that C. alc

Butler., 1870: Callidryas. Butler Lep. Exot. pts. 3-6, pls. 9, 12, 16, 16 has commenced a monograph of this genus

Fallou., 1870: A. cardamines. A female with male coloration recorded by Fallou, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr., Seances, 1870,

Edwards., 1870: Anthocharis. Edwards Butl. N. Amer. Anth. pl. 1 figures A. reakirtii, and A. cooperii, Behr.=ange

Crompton, J., 1870: On a swarm of white butterflies crossing the Channel, see J. Crompton, Ent. M. M. vii. p. 18.

Minot., 1870: Pieris rapae and oleracea are figured and described in all their stages by Minot, Amer. Ent. ii. pp.

L'Abbe Provancher., 1870: Pieris rapae. L'Abbe Provancher has published a popular account of this species and its introduction

Staudinger., 1870: Pieris krueperi. Staudinger remarks on the variations of the broods of this species, and calls the f

Anonymous., 1870: Pieris protodice. Figured in all its stages in Amer. Ent. ii. pp. 60-77.

Kirby., 1870: Colias ernestius, Lap. Kirby states Pet. Nouv. no. 19, on Butter's authority, that this species=P,

Hewitson., 1870: And l. c. no.-23 points out its identity with Pseudopontia.

Hewitson., 1870: But Hewitson replies l. c. no. 15 bis that it is a Heterocerous insect

Kirby., 1870: Kirby inquires Pet. Nouv. no. 15 whether G. paradoxa may not=Deloneura immaculta, Trim.

Hewitson., 1870: Leptallis. Hewitson Exot. Butt. 73, pls. 5-7 figures the following known species:-L. lelex, L. zat

Butler., 1870: BUTLER Cist. Ent. iii. has published a revision of the genera of the Pierinae, and has given figur

Trouvelet., 1870: TROUVELET remarks on the young larvae of several species of Papilio, with special reference to P. tu

Scudder., 1870: SCUDDER describes the larva and pupa of P. rutulus. P. Boat. Soc. xiii pp. 221, 222.

Boisduval., 1870: BOISDUVAL, remarks Lep. Guat pp. 5-8 that his Papilio Forzoe=P. calliste, Bates; P. archesilaus, F

Butler., 1870: Butler Lepid. Exot. also figures the following species previously described by him :-Pjoesa, l. c.

Butler., 1870: Papilio. Butler Cat. Lep. Fabr. pp. 234-259 makes the following notes on various species of this g

Maassen., 1870: Maassen suggests that O. lithonus may be an accidental aberration of one of the subspecies of O. pri

Edwards, W. H., 1870: On rearing butterflies from the egg, see W. H. Edwards, Canad. Ent. ii. pp. 115, 183, 184, 162-164.

Parker, H. W., 1870: H. W. PARKER publishes a list of 13 butterflies found in Iowa, in addition to those previously recor

Anonymous., 1870: An article on Imitative Butterflies is published in Amer. Ent. i. pp. 189-193, illustrated with

Westwood., 1870: Several partially gynandromorphous butterflies have been exhibited by Prof. Westwood at the Entomolo

Anonymous., 1870: J. R. Dubl. Soc. v. pp. 487, 441, 442.

Kirby., 1870: KIRBY has published Tr. Ent. Soc. 1870, pp. 133-152 a resume of the Species of Diurnal Lepidoptera

Boisduval., 1870: BOISDUVAL Pet. Nouv. no. 18 publishes the following identifications of Rhopalocera described by Go

Slack, H. J., 1870: H. J. SLACK Stud. n. s. i. pp. 49-58 has been examining the structure of the scales of butterflies

Bowles., 1870: Canada: by Bowles, at Quebec Rhop. Canad. Ent ii. pp. 95, 96 ; .by Jones, in Nova Scotia Rhop.

Erschoff.; Maack., 1870: Russia: E. Siberia, Erschoff Maack Bull. Mose. 1869, pt. 4, pp. 272-274

Maling, W., 1870: And by W. Maling, near Newcastle Tr. North. Durh. iii. pp. 381, 382.-

Marsden, H., 1870: By H. Marsden, in Gloucestershire Ent M. M. vi. p. 191

Birchall, E., 1870: Lists of captures of Lepidoptera :-Britain, by E. Birchall, in Connemara Ent. v. pp. 69, 70

Bar.; Oberthur., 1870: Parasitic on sloth in Guiana-Bar Oberthur, Ann. Soc Ent. Fr. Seances, 1870, p. 8.

Anonymous., 1870: A series of articles on insects injurious to the vine has been published in Amer. Ent. ii., commenci

Jenner, J., 1870: J. JENNER Weir has published some additional notes on the relation between the colour and the edibil

Stainton., 1870: STAINTON has published a list of all the new British Lepidoptera noticed in the 'Entomologist's Annu

Snellen Van Vollenhoven., 1870: SNELLEN VAN VOLLENHOVEN Tijd. Ent. 2 v. pl. 6 figures varieties of Deilephila porcellus, Psilura

Riley., 1870: RILEY's second report on the noxious Insects of Missouri is reviewed, and several of the illustratio

Nathusius., 1870: NATHUSIUS publishes some microscopical observations on the development of the eggs in Abraxas grossu

Laboulbene., 1870: LABOULBENE has published an article on Lepidopteres in the 'Dictionnaire Encyclopedique dea Scie

Gregson, C. S., 1870: C. S. Gregson publishes remarks on occasional second broods in single-brooded Lepidoptera. Ent. M. M

Godman., 1870: GODMAN Nat. Hist. of Azores, pp. 101-106 gives a list of the Lepidoptera found in these islands, 2

Dunning, J. W., 1870: J. W. DUNNING remarks on a small collection of insects sent from Kinsembo in Congo, by H. Ansell. Li

Crowfoot, W. M., 1870: W. M. CROWFOOT Tr. Norw. Soc. 1869-70, pp. 29-36 remarks on the breeding, variation, and localitie

Braver, F., 1870: F. Braver has published the usual report on the literature of Lepidoptera in 1869. Arch. f. Nat. 187

Bold, T. J., 1870: T. J. Bold publishes notes on a few British Lepidoptera. Tr. North. Durh. iii. pp. 170-172.

Boisduval., 1870: BOISDUVAL protests against any of Hubner's generic names being retained, whether characterized by su

Zeller., 1870: ZELLER S. E. Z. 1870, pp. 81-89 publishes a critical analysis of Snellen's work on Dutch Macrolepi

Douglas, J. W., 1870: J. W. DOUGLAS quotes from Hagen's paper, and adds some remarks of his own. Ent M. M. vii. pp. 43, 44

Hagen., 1870: HAGEN suggests that an examination of the genital segments would be of the greatest use in the deter

Speyer., 1870: SPEYER S. E. Z. 1870, pp. 202-224 compares the structure and metamorphoses of the Lepidoptera and

KEFERSTElN., 1870: KEFERSTElN replies to some of Maassen's criticisms on his paper, S. E. Z. 1870, pp. 363, 354.

Speyer., 1870: Speyer Linn. Ent. Bd. xii. estimated the probable number of Lepidoptera at 130,000. Cf. Bates, Tr.

Maassen., 1870: MAASSEN S. E. Z. 1870, pp. 49-62

De Borre., 1870: Probably, if Europe lay less to the north, the only two faunas which could be distinguished would be

Kirby., 1870: KIRBY J. R. Dubl. Soc. 1870, pp. 436-444 gives an account of insects collected by him in Italy and

v Hasselt. v Vollenhoveu.; Ritsema.; De Man., 1870: Lists of species taken at Molencate including some new to theDuteh fauna are given by v. Hasselt,

Krefft., 1870: In Notes on the Fauna of Tasmania, by Krefft, published in P. R. Soc. Tasm., are some curt indicat

Jouan., 1870: A few general remarks on the Entomology of Japan are made in Mem. Soc. Cherb. 2nd ser. iv. pp. 90

Anonymous., 1870: A collection of short descriptions of species of Coleoptera, Diptera, Lepidoptera, and Arachnida des

Horton., 1870: Remarks by Horton on the Entomology of the Malvem district, with lists of species, of which the Zepi

Anonymous., 1870: Means for protecting collections of insects from damage are discussed in Pet. Nouv. no. 15. p. 63, n

Naacke., 1870: NAACKE JB. schles. Ges. xlvii pp. 185-188 gives an outline of Entomological Literature to 1862.

Crowfoot., 1870: CROWFOOT Tr.Norw. Soc. 1869-70 remarks generally upon the study of Entomology.

Douglas., 1870: DOUGLAS Ent. M. M. vii p. 43remarks upon the nomenclature of wing-nerves, and on the importance of

Sanborn., 1870: SANBORN.Amer. Ent. Bot.ii pp. 166, 199, 236,266,294 gives instructions for the collection and st

Hapke., 1870: In Abh. Ver. Brem. Bd. ii. Hft. 2, pp.275-296, in a paper by Hapke, Die voiksthumlichen Thiernamen

Anonymous., 1870: For observations on practice in nomenclature, arising on the point of the Brenthid generic name Diur

Lichtenstein., 1870: LICHTENSTEIN Pet. Nouv. 17. p. 65 suggests a trinomial scheme of scientific nomenclature, wishing

Landois., 1870: LANDOIS Verh. Ver. Rheinl. xxvi. pp. 67-70 discusses various instances of sounds emitted by insect

Pettigrew., 1870: Pettigrew C. R. Ixx. p. 875 claims the publication in P. R. Inst. 1867 by himself of certain disco

Anonymous., 1870: A discussion on injuries caused to mankind by certain Hymenoptera and Diptera is reported in Bull. H

Riley., 1870: Observations on the more noxious effects caused by insects imported into America from Europe than by

Saunders., 1870: SAUNDERS Canad. Ent. ii. pp. 111-113, 126-129, 146-149, under the head Entomological Gleanings,

Anonymous., 1870: For detailed accounts of insects injurious to the potato in N. America, and their parasites, see Ame

Targioni-tozzetti., 1870: TARGIONI-TOZZETTI Bull. Ent. Ital. ii. pp. 206-208 makes some observations on insects injurious to

Anonymous., 1870: For a detailed account of the economy c. of insects of various orders injurious to the grape-vine i

Le Baron., 1870: LE BARON Amer. Ent. Bot. ii. pp. 232-234 briefly discusses noxious larvae.

Lartigue., 1870: LARTIGUE Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. xxxviii speculates on tracks made by insects on pap

Laboulbene., 1870: LABOULBENE refers to a chicken's egg, on the outside of which were small rugosities, considered prob

Ritchie., 1870: RITCHIE Canad. Nat. v. pp. 61-66 discusses various reasons for insects flying to light-without, ho

Muller., 1870: MULLER Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. ix describes Indian galls on a sp. of Gnetum, and galls on Ammophila a

Walsh.; Riley., 1870: WALSH RILEY Amer. Ent i. pp. 101-110; ii. pp. 45-50, 70-74, 103-106, under the heading Galls an

Ogle., 1870: OGLE Pop. Sc. Rev. ix. pp. 45-56,160-172 pls. lvi. lix. discusses the means employed by insects

Delpino., 1870: DELPINO Bull. Ent. Ital. ii. pp. 140-159, 228-241 translates and comments upon Muller's discourse

Stainton., 1870: Mr. STAINTON'S ' Entomologist's Annual' for 1871 8vo, London: 1870, pp. 116, 1 pl.- contains:-An a

May., 1870: MAY Zool. s. s. pp. 1993 continues his translation of Van Vollenboven's descriptions under the tit

Anonymous., 1870: The larva and both sexes of this species, known in N. America as the imported Currant-worm, are f

Saws., 1870: Saws of the former sp. are also figured in Amer. Ent ii. p. 19, f. 10.

Walsh.; Riley., 1870: WALSH and Riley Amer. Ent ii. pp. 45-50, in a general article on N. American galls and their archi

Van Vollenhoven., 1870: VAN. VOLLENHOVEN Tijdschr. Ent 2nd ser. v. pl. 1. figs. 1-8 figures different stages of Nematus ap

Ritsema., 1870: A neural aberration in anterior wing of Selandria socia, Kl., is described by Ritsema, and figured,

Saunders., 1870: For observations on the Pear-tree slug larva of a saw-fly, see SawdersCanad. Ent. iipp. 148 14

Newman., 1870: NEWMAN Ent. 80 81, p. 148 describes the larva of an unknown sawfly which feeds inside the stem o

Giraud., 1870: ? also a Diastrophus from Centaurea, reared by Giraud Verh. z.-b. Wien, 1859

Walsh., 1870: Antitrophus, g. n., Walsh, Am. Ent. ii. p. 74. Third joint of ant much shorter than 4th; both transv

Anonymous., 1870: Prickly galls on wild rose, caused by Rhodites bicolor Harr., arc described and figured in Amer. E

Muller., 1870: Muller also notes odours exhaled by Ctnipidae Zool. s. s. p. 2027. .MULLER Zool. s. s. p. 2303 rec

Muller., 1870: MULLER Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. xxxiv refers to the economy of Cynips renum and C. agama. .An odour, s

Westwood., 1870: WESTWOOD Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. ii notes one of the Cynipidae from the Sula Islands, possessing memb

Puton., 1870: PUTON Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. xxxviii raises the question whether the galls formed

Von Schlechtendal., 1870: VON SCHLECHTENDAL S.E.Z. xxxi. pp. 388-347,376-398 gives particulars of the economy especially wi

Anonymous., 1870: In Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. v, is a brief description of a new sp. of Allocera, from O

Riley., 1870: After Walsh's death, Riley continues l. c. ii. the articles on American galls, but attributes the

Muller., 1870: MULLER Ent M. M. vii. p. 60 notes the abundance of pupae of the female of Callimome devoniensis, P

Marshall., 1870: MARSHALL Ent. M. M. vi. pp. 178-181 tabulates and briefly refers to the British genera of the Inqu

Giraud., 1870: GIRAUD Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. lvii records Elasmosoma berolinense, Ruthe, taken in

Stein., 1870: Eurypterna cremieri, Brebisson. Stein B. E. Z. xiv. p. 426, Taf. iii. f. 8 a-c notes the affinitie

Ritsema., 1870: RITSEMA Tijdschr. Ent 1870, p. 120 records having bred a probably un-described sp. of Phygadeuon f

Anonymous., 1870: Cocoons of Cryptus extrematis, Cresson =nuncius, Say, a parasite on Attacus cecropia, are figured

Tschek., 1870: Cryptus. TSCHEK Verhandl. zool.-bot Ges. Wien, xx. p. 111 et seq. refers to the species 5 in numb

Holmgren., 1870: HOLMGREN Eugeniea Resa, Insecta, i. pp. 395 describes the males of Ichneumon lalandei, St-F., from

Taschenberg., 1870: TASCHENBERG Z. ges. Naturw. 1870, Bd. ii. pp. 209-272, 369-410, 449-470 tabulates the species of I

Couper., 1870: COUPER Canad. Ent. ii p. 113 makes observations upon the economy of an unknown Ichneumon, of which

Marshall., 1870: MARSHALL Ichn. Brit. Cat. adds many species to the list of British Ichneurhonidae, and gives much

Chapman., 1870: CHAPMAN Tr. Woolh. Cl. 1870, pp. 99-104 records the economy of the species of Chrysis parasitic up

Anonymous., 1870: The author Bull. Ent. Ital. ii. pp. 194,195 recharacterizes this genus, and redescribes both sexes

Townsend., 1870: TOWNSEND Amer. Ent. Bot ii. p. 324, figs. 202 203 figures and records the habits of the Cutti

Mayr., 1870: MAYR Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien, xx. p. 940 quotes and partially confirms Emery's observation that

Bellevoye., 1870: BELLEVOYE Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x Bull. p. xxxvi mentions an agglomeration of earthy cells, e

Lichtenstein., 1870: LICHTENSTEIN Pet. Nouv. 27, p. 108 records his having bred Pompius niger from a larva found in Jul

Walsh., 1870: WALSH Amer. Ent. i. p. 164 tabulates the N.-American genera, and notes the confusion in names of t

Bryant., 1870: The habits of S. grandis Say are referred to, ibid. i. p. 8, f. 3.

Bryant., 1870: Stizus speciosus, Drury, is stated by Bryant Am. Ent. ii. p. 87, fig. 57 to act as a horse-guard

Lichtenstein., 1870: LICHTENSTEIN Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e sen ix. Bull, p.lxxii describes the habits of Celonites apiform

Lichtenstein., 1870: LICHTENSTEIN Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. ix, Bull p. Ixxiii records his observations on the economy

Chapman., 1870: CHAPMAN Ent M. M. vi. p. 214 records observations on the pairing of Odynenus spinipes.

Couper., 1870: COUPER Canad. Ent ii p. 49 et seq. girea an account of the nidification and habits of Vespa macula

Anonymous., 1870: The parasitism of the dipterous Phora on the larva and papa of a wasp, and on the imago of Vespa cra

Anonymous., 1870: For observations as to the real or supposed identity of the European and American Vespa vulgaris, an

Walsh.; Riley., 1870: WALSH RILEY Amer. Ent i, pp. 122, 138-142, under the head Wasps and their habits, discuss the

Kawall., 1870: KAWALL S. E. z. xxxi 1870 p. 110 records enormous swarminga of the honey-bee. .KAWALL S. E. Z.

Munn., 1870: For an exposition of Munn's views, in dissension from Dzierzon and von Siebold, as to the earlier de

Shimer., 1870: SHIMER P. Ess. Inst. vi. p. 5 observes ? humble-bees fanning the entrance of a nest, in their exci

Bethune., 1870: BETHUNE Canad. Ent ii. p. 68 records a humble-bee's nest made in a buffalo's skin.

Smith., 1870: Bombus acervorum, L.,=subterraneus, L., of which the male is latreillellus Kby. but see Smith, Cat

Schenck., 1870: He strengthens the collocation of B. lucorum and B. terrestris, as one species; B. soroensis, K., Le

Schenck., 1870: SCHENCK S. E. Z. xxxi. p. 106 adduces instances of colour-variation, with the apparent but unexpre

Lowne., 1870: LOWNE Journ. Quekett Micros. Club, 1870, p. 46 records some observations on the structure of the c

Girard., 1870: GIRARD Ann. Soc. Ent.Fr. 4e ser. ix. Bull. p. lxx records male Xylocopa violacea with partly trans

Anonymous., 1870: A nest in a hollow currant-stem, referred with some little doubt to Ceratina dupla Say, is describ

Lichtenstein., 1870: LICHTENSTEIN Pet. nouv. 1 Aug. 1870, p. 108 refen to an insect which he states should, according t

Schenck., 1870: Caelioxys umbrina, Sm., perhaps=rufescens, Lep., according to Schenck l. c. p. 105, who makes some

Schenck., 1870: SCHENCK S.E.Z.xxxi.p. 104 records Phileremus rufiventrisForst.,=Pasites maculatus, Jur., teste Ge

Schenck., 1870: Halictus. Schenck l. c. describes the following new species:-H.laticeps, appropinquens, clypeatus,

Thomson., 1870: Andrena. Thomson l. c. pp. 140-156 describes 39 Swedish species, of which 6 are new one, A. ciner

Schenck., 1870: SCHENCK S. E. Z. xxxi discusses at some length his difficulties concerning the following species:-

Morawitz., 1870: Morawitz Hor. Ent Ross. vii. Bull. p. xix records Andrena pilipes and A. fulvicrus bearing each a

Thomson., 1870: Thomson Opusc. Ent. pp. 305-316 describes 35 Swedish species of Hylaeus, Halictus, Colletes, and R

Giliet De Grandmont., 1870: GILIET DE GRANDMONT Bull Soc. Acclim. 2nd ser. vi. 1870 p. 299 gives an account of a bee-hive cons

Couper., 1870: COUPER Canad. Ent. ii. p. 68 briefly describes an unknown Hymenopterous gall at the roots of the r

Smith., 1870: SMITH Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. xix gives a list of Hymenoptera collected at Nagasaki by Lewis, of whic

Verrill., 1870: Verrill Am. J. Sc. vol. xlix. p. 101 maintains the validity of his generic name Euryechinus for E.

Perrier, M., 1870: The same author N. Arch. Mus. v. p. 226, after carefully examining the disposition of the ambulacr

Perrier., 1870: PERRIER Ann. Sc. Nat. xii. p. 197 shows that the Asteroidea with four rows of ambulacra in each gr

Owsjannikow., 1870: OWSJANNIKOW'S researches on the nervous system of Starfishes Bull. Pet pp. 310-318 were made on As

Von Martens., 1870: VON MARTENS Arch. f. Nat. pp. 245-260 gives a list of 63 species from the Indian Ocean, from East

Carpenter.; Jeffreys.; Wyville Thomson., 1870: Various Echinoderms are also recorded by the same authors P. R. Soc. Dec. 8, 1870 as taken in the

Roulin., 1870: ROULIN, C. R. lxx. pp. 792-796, publishes an additional note on the same insect, mentioning a parall

Guyon., 1870: GUYON, C. R. lxx. pp. 785-792, publishes a note accompanying the presentation of the work called Hi

Bold., 1870: BOLD, Tr. North. Durh. iii. pt. 3, p. 378, mentions Pulex talpae, from a field-mouse at Cheviot.

Loew., 1870: LOEW, B. E. Z. xiv. pp. 209-212, revises the European species of Calobata, and gives an analytical t

Frauenfeld., 1870: FRAUENFELD, Verh. z.-b. Wien., xx. p. 660, mentions Trypeta eluta, from Triest, and, p. 663, congrua

Loew., 1870: LOEW, B. E. Z. xiv. pp. 143, 144, redescribes Carphotricha guttulosa and Tephritis paecilura.

Rondani., 1870: RONDANI, Bull. Soc. Ital. ii. pp. 5-31, makes several changes in synonymy in this family: in Myopite

Weyenburgh., 1870: WEYENBURGH, Tijdschr. Ent. 2 t. v. pp. 196-200 Taf. 7 gives full life-history of Phytomyza Napomy

Loew., 1870: LOEW, Z. ges. Naturw. xxxv. pp. 9-14, criticises Lobioptera speciosa, Mg., of which he considers mar

Thomson., 1870: THOMSON, Eugen. Resa, p. 559 1868, describes a variety of Caeenosia macularis from China.

Adams., 1870: ADAMS also refers to this insect in 'Revue universelle de sericulture, Lyon,' no. 36, April 1870. Th

Cornalia., 1870: CORNALIA, Bull. Ent. Ital. ii. p. 217, tav. iii. f. 1-22, gives a full history of the same parasite,

Rondani., 1870: RONDANI, Bull. Ent Ital. ii. p. 137, discourses upon the same parasite, for which, though he had onl

Guerin-meneville., 1870: GUERIN-MENEVLLE, C. R. lxx. p. 844, remarks upon the fly parasitic upon silkworms in Japan, and prop

Rupertsberger., 1870: RUPERTSBERGER, Verh. z.-b. Wien, xx. p. 842, mentions breeding Macquartia nitida, praefica, and trim

Weyenburgh., 1870: WEYENBURGH, Tijd. Ent. 2 v. p. 201-206, T. 8, gives a full life-history of Meigenia bombivora, V.

Schiner., 1870: The arrangement of this family being still in a very unsettled state, the Recorder has thought it be

Thomson., 1870: THOMSON, Opus. Ent. pp. 109-124, gives a review of the Swedish species of Pipunculus of which he con

Verrall., 1870: VERRALL, Ent. vi. Feb. 1870, has given short notes on the species of Syrphidae in the collection of

Verrall., 1870: L. c. pp. 203-207, has given short descriptions of the British Chilosiae, including 23 species, and

Verrall., 1870: VERRALL, Ent. M. M. vi. pp. 173-176, has published a list of British Syr-phidae, and subsequently

Hensel., 1870: HENSEL, B. E. Z. XIV. PP. 135, 136, adds 91 species to a list of those occurring near Berlin ?. B.

Nowicki., 1870: NOWICKI, Gel. Ges. Krak. xli 1870 p, 19 makes some remarks on the genus Microphorus.

Loew., 1870: LOEW, JB. gel. Ges. Krak. xli. p. 12, says:- Rhamphomyia gracilipes, Lw., male =R. squamigera, Lw.

Packard., 1870: PACKARD, Injurious Insects, p. 22, describes and figures the pupa of Proctacanthus philadelphicus, w

Riley., 1870: RILEY, Second Ann. Hep. Ins. Miss. p. 121, describes and figures the larva, pupa, and adult of Erax

Loew., 1870: LOEW, Bes. eur. Dipt. ii. H. 1, redescribes Cyrtopogon centralis, Lw., no. 61, and Proctacanthus gig

Van Der Wulp., 1870: VAN DER WULP, Tijd. Ent. 2 v. pp. 206-217, remarks on several species of Asilidae

Loew., 1870: LOEW redescribes, Bes. eur. Dipt. ii. H. 1, no. 38, Opsebius inflatus, Lw.

Riley., 1870: RILEY, Second Ann. Rep. Ins. Miss. p. 128, describes and figures the larva and perfect insect of Tab

Loew., 1870: LOEW, Z. ges. Naturw. xxxv. pp. 257-272, criticises the European species of Pachygaster, enumerating

Loew., 1870: LOEW, Gel. Ges. Krak. xli. p. 12 considers Haematopota crassicornis Whlbg., distinct from H. pluvi

Loew., 1870: LOEW, Gel. Ges. Erak. xli. p. 11 remarks that the species of Chionea found near Vienna during the

Loew., 1870: LOEW Z. ges. Naturw. xxxv. pp. 1-9 criticises some species of Scatopse, especially transversalis,

Loew., 1870: LOEW, Bes. eur. Dipt. ii. H. 1, redescribes Rhipidia uniseriata, Schin., and Idioptera trimaculata,

Perris., 1870: PERRIS, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 1870, pp. 188, 189, describes the economy of Mycetobia pallipes, Meig., th

Riley., 1870: RILEY Amer. Ent ii. p. 244, figures the gall of a new Cecidomyia found on Taxodium distichum, Richar

Sacken., 1870: Sacken Tr. Amer. Ent. Soc. ii. p. 151, describes the very large gall of a species of Asphondylia fou

Winnertz., 1870: WINNERTZ, Verh. z.-b. Wien, xx. pp. 3-8, monographs the genera Heteropeza Taf. i. a. f. 1-5 and Mi

Muller., 1870: MULLER, Ent. M. Mag. vii. p. 39, notes that Cec. chamaedrys, Inchbald, 1860,= C. veronicae, Bremi, 1

Wallengren., 1870: WALLENGREN, OEfv. Sv. Acad. 1870, pp. 171-180, notices the addition of 128 known species of Diptera

Giebel, Z., 1870: GIEBEL Z. ges. Naturw. xxxv. p. 87, remarks on some insects sent by Dr. Schreiber, and found in ambe

Peake., 1870: The Brighton and Sussex Nat. Hist. Soc. has published a paper on Diptera and their wings, by Mr. Pea

Delpino., 1870: A few remarks on Diptera occur in Muller's discourse upon the Darwinian theory. Translated by Delpi

Rondani., 1870: The descriptions of new species in Rondani's paper, in 1869, on the fertilization of plants by Dipte

Balbiani., 1870: Sacculina. A full abstract of GERBE's paper on the development of the eggs is to be found, Ann. N. H

Claus., 1870: Prof. CLAUS's researches into the second or pupa-stage of Cirripeds, when they somewhat resemble Ost

Anonymous., 1870: Fixed on the scales of Labeo niloticus in the Nile. It has five pairs of natatorial feet, the four a

Mackintosh, W. C., 1870: Nereicola ovata, Keferst.. This parasite, living on Nereis cultrifera, Grube, is the subject of a pa

M.; Sars., 1870: M. SARS, Kundsk. Christ. Fauna, pp. 37-41, proposes this new family on the following characters:-Bod

Hesse., 1870: Male unknown. Body of the female hemispherical, without articulations; no eyes; antennae simple, nod

Claparede., 1870: Naples, on the body of Spirographis spallanzanii. The species is fully described, and the genus stat

Sars, M., 1870: M. Sars adds two new genera, and identifies Selius with Silenium, Kundsk. Christ Faun. p. 1. .Corpus

Sars, M.; Claparede, E., 1870: The parasitical Crustacea living on Annelids have been among the last subjects of study to two obser

Hesse., 1870: Male unknown. Body of the female cylinarical, rounded at both extremities head triangular, with, a m

Hesse., 1870: All these parasitical Crustacea have been found by the author on the coasts of France, in various mo

Brady., 1870: Animal not known; therefore it remains doubtful whether it is to be placed among the Cypridae or the

Wagner, Nic., 1870: Hyalosoma, gen. nov., described by Nic Wagner in Russian, in 'Trans. Russ. Natur. S. Pet.' H. dux, s

Plateau, F., 1870: F. PLATEAU gives several physiological observations and experiments concerning this family, and espe

Dohrn, A., 1870: Amphion reynaudi M.-Edw.. Ovaria and email gills have been found in it by A. Dohrn, which seems to

Anonymous., 1870: Crayfish, which are red or blue whilst alive, are found in different streamlets of Switzerland: the

Chantran, M., 1870: Astacus fluviatilis, Fab. Observations concerning its copulation in the months of Nov., Dec, and Jan

Dohrn, A., 1870: Scyllarus arctus, F. The development of the embryo within the egg including its state when first ha

Brady, H. G., 1870: The Ostracoda of the tidal rivers of the eastern parts of England, especially the tidal lakes or br

Plateau, F., 1870: The Gammaridae 3 species, Lynceidae 6, and Cypridae 23 of the fresh waters of Belgium are give

Anonymous., 1870: In some specimens of Astacus Cheraps preissii Erichs., which have the internal and external male

Dohrn, A., 1870: A. DOHRN publishes two papers concerning the common points in the embryonic development and the prob

Southwell., 1870: SOUTHWELL Tr. Norw. Soc. 1869-70 remarks upon the abundance of Coccinellae on the Norfolk coast.

Somerville., 1870: SOMERVILLE Ent. M. M. vii. p. 108 notes the earlier stages of Coccinella 16-guttata.

Reitter., 1870: Oomorphus concolor Stm.. Reitter B. E. Z. xiv. p. 230, T. i. f. 8 a-h recapitulates and figures

Deyrolle., 1870: The former author mentions great differences in individuals of species hitherto considered without d

Abeille De Peerin., 1870: ABEILLE DE PEERIN Nouv. et faits div., No. 16 points out the frequent existence of a spine on the

Jacobini., 1870: JACOBINI in 'Corrispondenza scientifica,' Rome describes the economy of Saperda tenuis ? Hippopsis

Rouget., 1870: ROUGET Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. xlviii describes the economy of Agapanthia angusticol

Anonymous., 1870: He considers there is some doubt as to the true M. tutor, and gives p. 88 a table of differences o

Khaatz., 1870: KHAATZ B. E. Z. xiv. pp. 405-410, Taf. iii. f. 2-4 a, h, to appear in vol. xv. describes, and in s

Bates., 1870: Coccoderus amatonicus, p. 249, Tapajos. Hammaticherus castaneus, p. 250, note, Brazil; H. glabricoll

Anonymous., 1870: OEme picticornis, p. 246, Ega.

Bates., 1870: Aphatum p. 308. Allied to Phormesium, but differing from all the Ibidionina in its thorax being wide

Bates., 1870: BATES, l. c., characterizes the following new genera and species:- Sphallenum, p. 253. Allied to Cri

Bates., 1870: BATES l. c. 1870 recharacterizes his genera Atenizus, p. 248, Niophis, p. 244, and Zathecus, p. 246,

Murray., 1870: MURRAY Ann. N. H. ser 4, v. pp. 430-438, vi. pp. 44-56, 161-176, 407-413, and 475-482, pls. ii. i

Bates., 1870: H. W. BATES Tr. E. Soc. 1870, pp. 442-444, who has coneluded his work on the Longicornia of the Am

Kihsch., 1870: KIRSCH B. E. Z. xiv. p. 378 alters the name of his genus Automolus B. E.Z.xi. to Episphales, on

Chapman., 1870: CHAPMAN Tr. Woolh. Cl. 1870, pp. 43-48 records the economy of the spp. of Scolytus occurring near

Westwood., 1870: Phlaeotribus oleae is recorded by Westwood Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. xxxviii as feeding in an introduce

Smith, F., 1870: F. SMITH Ent M. M. vii. p. 108 records Mesites tardii from N. Devon.

Allard., 1870: ALLARD B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 207 et seq. tabulates and describes the European species of Sphenoph

De Marseul., 1870: DE MARSEUL Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. lxix refers to Baridius picinus attacking the ro

Seidel., 1870: SEIDEL SB. Ges. Isis, 1870, pp. 155 156 records the destruction of different varieties of Brassi

Muller., 1870: Muller Ent. M. M. vii. p. 37 records some observations supposed to indicate an approach to reflect

Pascoe., 1870: Pascoe, Tr. E. Soc. 1870, characterizes the following new genera and spp.:-Decilaus, p. 205. In same

Desbrochers Des Loses., 1870: DESBROCHERS DES LOSES L'Ab. vii. monographs the European spp. of Magdalinus, describing 23, of whi

Desb des Loges., 1870: Apion. Desb. des Loges Mittheil schweiz. ent. Ges. iii. describes the following spp.:-A. curtipene

Allard., 1870: ALLARD B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 185 et seq. tabulates and describes the European species, which are

Anonymous., 1870: Leptops colossus, p. 451, duboulayi, p. 452, dorsatus and acerbus, p. 453, W. Australia; retusus and

Anonymous., 1870: PASCOE characterizes the following new genera and species:- Demimaea, P. L. S. x. p. 440. Apparently

Seidlitz., 1870: SEIDLITZ Nouv. et faits div., no. 16 notes omissions in description of Trachyphaeus maculatus, Per

Ryr., 1870: RYR Ent. M. M. vii. p. 149 records Trachyphlaeus myrmecophilus, Seidl, from the south of England,

Pascoe., 1870: Catasarcus. Pascoe, l. c. describes the following new species:-C. suturalis, p. 18, opimus, p. 19, g

Pascoe., 1870: PASCOE Tr. Ent. Soc. 1870, pp. 13-40 tabulates and describes 39 spp. of the Australian genus Catas

Anonymous., 1870: Damage to peas by Sitones lineatus and S. flavescens is noticed in Ent. 79, p. 117.

Skidlitz. , 1870: SKIDLITZ B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 154 records dark examples of Strophosomus retusus Marsh. from Po

De Marseul., 1870: DE MARSEUL L'Ab. vii. 1870 commences a monograph of the European members of this subfamily, of whi

Smith., 1870: SMITH Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. xxxii makes further observations upon the habits of Meloe rugosus.

M'NAB., 1870: M'NAB Eat. M. M. vii. p. 149 records Meloe decorus, Brandt, from England. There seems, however, so

Murray.; Smith.; Chapman., 1870: Rhipiphorus paradoxus. The economy of this species is very fully discussed in various papers by Murr

v SIEBOLD., 1870: V. SIEBOLD Z. wiss. Zoo xx Hft. 2, pp. 248-247 discusses the question of paedogenesis in Xenos ros

Abeille Deperrin., 1870: ABEILLE DE PERRIN L'Ab. vii. p. 89, without referring to his original publication of the species i

Borre, P.; De., 1870: H Omoplus. P. de Borre L'Ab. vii 1870 pp. 43-83 translates into French the monograph by Kirsch of

Pascoe., 1870: PASCOE Ann. N. H. ser. 4, v. p. 95 tabulates the 12 known genera of this group, noting that Duval

Blackmore., 1870: BLACKMORE Pr. E. Soc 1870, p. xxix records a monstrosity of Pimelia seabrosa from Tangiers, in whi

Wollaston., 1870: WOLLASTON Ann. N. H. ser. 4, v. p. 18 records Araeocrus coffeae F., = fascicidatus, De G. from S

Anonymous., 1870: Some of them, however, were certainly described by the author in Bull. mosc. xiii. 1845. Rhostax con

Becker., 1870: BECKER Bull. Mosc. xlii. p. 183 notes the occurrence of ? Ptilinus grandicollis, Fald., in furni

Shimer., 1870: SHIMER Amer. Ent. Bot. ii. pp. 322-324, in an article on Bookworms, describes and figures Anob

Dunning., 1870: DUNNING Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. xxxiii records the larva and imago of Anobium paniceum as devouring C

Perris., 1870: PERRIS Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. ix p. 467 quotes an account by Reveliere of the damage done to c

Koltze., 1870: KOLTZE S. E. Z. xxxi. p. 144 suggests a connexion between Troglops corniger, Kies., and flowering

Lichtenstein., 1870: LICHTENSTEIN Pet. Nouv. 27, p. 108 records Malachius rufus from the nests of Eumenes. .LICHTENSTEI

Thomson., 1870: THOMSON Sk. Col. x. p. 116 describes the hitherto unknown male of his Malthinus facialis.

Chevrolat., 1870: CHEVROLAT Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x p. 73 considers that four different species have hitherto b

Gemminger., 1870: GEMMINGER C. H. vi. p. 110 alters Paralichas White to Paralichus. .GEMMINGER C. H. vi. p. 110

Rupertsbrrger., 1870: RUPERTSBRRGER Verh. z.-b. Ges. Wien, xx. p. 834 describes the larva and pupa, and observes upon th

Desbr Des Loges., 1870: DESBR. DES LOGES L'Ab. vii. redescribes his Cardiophorus convexitorax, p. 99, maculicrus, p. 100

Bauduer., 1870: BAUDUER Nouv. et faits div., no. 10 records his discovery of several individuals of Elater ruficep

Desbr des Loges., 1870: DESBR. DES LOGES B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 160 redescribes his Apion heydenii under the name cantabri

Ancey., 1870: ANCEY L'Ab. vii. p. 87 notes the economy of Agrilus 6-guttatus Hbst..

Wielandy., 1870: Damages caused to apple-trees in N. America by Chrysobothris femorata F., and remedies, are discus

Desbrochers Des Loges., 1870: DESBROCHERS DES LOGES B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 119 describes, under the name raffrayi, an Andalusian

Lucas., 1870: LUCAS Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x., Bull. p. xli remarks generally on Megalosoma and records the

Dieck., 1870: DIECK B. E. Z. xiv. p. 182, note demurs to Marseul's suppression of Melolontha hybrida, Charp., as

Anonymous., 1870: Monotropus staudingeri Schauf. The author redescribes this sp. Nunq. Otios. p. 42, which he affirm

Schrriber., 1870: SCHRRIBER B. E. Z. xiv pp. 1-10 Taf. 1. figs. 1-5 records at some length his observations on the e

Chapman., 1870: CHAPMAN Ent. M. M. vi. p. 230 adds some further notes on the parasitism of Aphodius porcus upon Ge

v HAROLD., 1870: V. HAROLD Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. ix 1870 p. 403 et seq. describes several new Mexican species

Deyrolle., 1870: DEYROLLE Pet. Nouv. 22, p. 87 notes Cyclommatus tarandus male from Borneo, varying from 21 to 65 m

Motschoulsky., 1870: MOTSCHOULSKY Bull Mosc. xliii. p. 18 et seq. discusses the question as to the specific value of ce

Anonymous., 1870: Heterocerus funebris and flavescens, Schauf. The author redescribes these spp. Nunq. Otios. pp. 39

Laboulbene., 1870: LABOULBENE Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4. ser. x Bull p. lxxi notes large numbers of Nosodendron fasciculare

Grenier., 1870: GRENIER Ann. Soc Ent Fr. 4. ser. x. Bull. p. viii records the larva of Tiresias terra as devourin

Perris., 1870: PERRIS Ann. Soc. Ent, Fr. 4t ser. ix. p. 468 records the larvrae ofAttagenuspicau and Athremu pimp

Bethe., 1870: BETHE S. E. Z. xxxi. p. 328 notes the extension of Lathridius nodifer Westw. to Stettin in 1869.

Baudi., 1870: BAUDI B. E. Z. ziv. p. 56, note records a black var, of Cryptophagus pilosus, Gyll., from Piedmont

Perrie., 1870: PERRIS Nouv. et faita div. p. ix records the capture of Bombus montanus on a flower, with a female

Waterhouse, E. A., 1870: E. A. Waterhouse records capture in oak-fungus in Yorkshire of Rhizophagus cribratus in plenty Ent.

Von Kiesenwetter., 1870: VON KIESENWETTER B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 104, note objects to his Xenostrongylus arcuatus, from Mid

Von Frauenfeld., 1870: Meligethes oeneus. Von Frauenfeld Verb. z.-b. Ges. Wien, xx. pp. 235-236 records destruction cause

Perris., 1870: PERRIS Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. ix. pp. 464-466 supplements and corrects the observations of Hee

Dohrn., 1870: DOHRN S. E. Z. scad. p. 334 defends the reading Tryponaeus for Eech-scholtz'e genus.

De Marseul., 1870: DE MARSEUL Nouv. et faits div. p. xi enumerates some interesting spp. from Montevideo, with indica

De Marseul., 1870: DE MARSEUL Ann. E. Belg. xiii. p. 65 et seq. reproduces the descriptions of certain species by Mot

Matthews., 1870: MATTHEWS Ent. M. M. vii. p. 152 records Ptenidium intermedium, Wank., which as possibly clashing

Schaufuss., 1870: SCHAUFUSS Nunq. Otios. pp. 33-37 redescribes his Adtlops erberi and A. pruinosus, and enters into

Dieck., 1870: Adelops adnexus, Schauf. Dieck, B. E. Z, xiv. p. 191, corrects an error as to the locality for this

Motschoulsky., 1870: MOTSCHOULSKY Bull. Mose xlii. pp. 262-272, tab. viii. 12 supplements his enumeration published in

Reitter., 1870: Batrisus schwabii Reitter B. E. Z. xiv p. 212 t. i f. 7, Paskau and Spandau, Ktz.

Westwood., 1870: WESTWOOD, Tr, E. Soc. 1870, characterizes the following new genera and species:- Goniastes, p. 125.

de Saulcy., 1870: Pselaphus. De Saulcy, l. c., describes the following species:-P. piochardi, p. 86, Serra de Gerez, P

Anonymous., 1870: Ctenisles staudingeri, Schauf. The auther redecribes this species Nunq. Otios. p. 88.

Rye., 1870: British examples of Homalium heerii, Heer,=vile, Er., var., Heer's insect itself being probably only

Anonymous., 1870: Philorhinum ruficolle, Schauf. The author redescribes this species Nunq. Otios, p. 38.

V.; Frauenfeld., 1870: V. FRAUENFELD Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien, xx. p. 60 communicates a letter of A. Stentz, who descri

Crotch., 1870: CROTCH Pr. E. Soc. 1870, p. xviii gives the following synonymy:-Dasytes Metadasytes plumbeus Il

Bold., 1870: BOLD Ent. M. M, vii. p. 136 proves the priority of Homalola algae, Hdy., over H. pundiceps Thoms.

Sharp., 1870: SHARP Ent M. M. vi. p. 230 notes the identity of Spanish and English spp. of Homalota. H. obliquep

Gorham., 1870: GORHAM Ent. M. M. vii. p. 136 records Aleochara maculala, Bria., from England. .Gorham Ent. M. M.

Trimen., 1870: Trimen's observations at Cape Town on Paussus burmeistri, Westw., and the myrmecophilous Pentaplatar

v KIESENWETTER., 1870: V. KIESENWETTER ibid. redescribes the latter species. .v. KIESENWETTER l. c. p. 73 redescribes h

Desb Des Loges., 1870: DESB. DES LOGES L'Ab. vii. p. 97 redescribes his Berosus corsicus. .DESB. DES LOGES L'Ab. vii p.

Thomson., 1870: Laccobius. Thomson Skand. Col. x. p. 311 et seq., who has already created one species, L. nigricep

Rye., 1870: RYE Ent M. M. vi p. 36 refers to the vars. subrotundus Steph. and oeneus Sol.=chakonotus, Leach

v KIESENWETTER., 1870: V. KIESENWETTER B. E. Z. xiv. Beih. p. 68 remarks upon Hydrobitus politus, Kust., being intermedia

Sharp., 1870: SHARP Ent M. M. vi. p. 253 et seq. briefly recharacterizes Hydrobius and its allies in Britain, vi

Thomson., 1870: THOMSON Opusc. Ent. fasc. iii. p. 324 redescribes Hydroporus fuscipennis, Schaum, from Sweden

De Borre, P., 1870: P. DE BORRE Ann. E. Belg. xiii. c.-r. p. xxix records Haliplus striatus Shp., from Belgium, and gi

Thomson., 1870: THOMSON Opusc. Ent fasc. ii. 1870 p. 124 records Bembidium clarkii, Daws., from Sweden. .THOMSON

Putzeys., 1870: Trechus. Putzeys S. E. Z. xxxi. describes the following new spp.:-T. dejeani, p. 148, Transylvania

Dieck., 1870: DIECK ibid. p. 184, note shortly describes an Anophthalmus under the name of consorranus, as a var

Putzeys., 1870: Trechus. Putzeys S. E. Z, xxxi. completes the first part of his monograph, giving the following sy

v KIESENWETTER., 1870: V. KIESENWETTER C. H. vi. p. 113 replies to Reiche's defence of his Patrobus napoleonis, and comme

G. des Cottes., 1870: Calathus. G. des Cottes Mitth. schw. ent. Ges. iii. April 1870 describes the following spp.:-C. ar

Rye., 1870: RYE records Anchomenus versutus, var. lugubris Dfts., from England Ent. M. M. vii. p. 36.

Thomson., 1870: THOMSON Opusc. Ent. fasc. iii. p. 322 gives short diagnostic characters for Anchomenus uliginosus,

v HEYDEN., 1870: V. HEYDEN B. E. Z. xiv. Beiheft, p. 56 tabulates the localities of Spanish and Portuguese mountain

Hislop., 1870: Amara quenseli Schon., is recorded from Scotland by Hislop Ent. M. M. vi p. 212.

Dieck., 1870: DIECK B. E. Z. xiv. Beiheft, p. 61, and note describes a var. of Platyderus dilatatus from Algesir

Des Cottes, G., 1870: G. DES COTTES Mitth. schw ent Ges. iii pp. 297-305 redescribes nine spp. of Orthomus, which he con

Kraatz., 1870: KRAATZ B. E. Z. xiv pp. 221-229 reviews the spp. of Feronia Poecilus confused with and allied to

Solsky., 1870: SOLSKY Bull. Mosc. xlii. p. 467 shows by dates of publication that Nitidula elegans, Stierl.,=rega

Lucas., 1870: LUCAS Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. ix. Bull. p. lxii describes the flight of numbers of Dichirotrich

Thompson., 1870: THOMPSON Opusc. Ent fasc. iii. p. 323 gives diagnostic characters for Ophonus puncticollis Payk.

Anonymous., 1870: Harpalus caliginosus, Say, is noted as a vegetable feeder, Amer. Ent i. p. 80.

Anonymous., 1870: A larva, supposed to be that of Harpalus pennsylvanicus De G., is figured and described in detail

v Rottenberg., 1870: V. Rottenberg B. E. Z. xiv. p. 14 notes an apparently undescribed var. of Chloenius velutinus Duf

Moncreaff., 1870: Dyschirius angustatus Ahr. is recorded by Moncreaff from the S. coast of England Ent. M. M. vi. p

Chaudoir., 1870: CHAUDOIR Bull. Mosc. xliii. p. 284 et seq. monographs the species included by him in this subfamil

Bates, H. W.; Baron de Chaudoir., 1870: In Ann. E. Belg. xiii. c.-r. p. xvi, is a collected list of synonymy of certain spp. published almos

Crotch., 1870: CROTCH Nouv. et faits div. no. 11 reproduces the diagnoses of Brachimu joenius and B. siclus, Patt

Frey-gessner., 1870: FREY-GESSNER Mitth. schw. ent Ges. iii. pp. 210-215 gives alpine localities for and general partic

Lucas., 1870: LUCAS Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull p. lv records Nebria complanata L. var. from Brittany.

Goubert., 1870: GOUBERT Pet. Nouv. 15, p. 54 records a remarkable var. of Carabus morbillosus from Kabylia.

Bargagli., 1870: BARGAGLI Bull. Ent Ital. ii p. 269 notes the larva and perfect insect of Calosoma sycophanta decim

Heyden, V., 1870: V. HEYDEN B. E. Z. xiv. Beiheft, p. 55 tabulates the distribution of Spanish and Portuguese mounta

Crotch., 1870: CROTCH C. H. vi. p. 112 commenta upon G. R. Waterhouse's paper on Cis Tr. E. Soc. v. 1859 with r

Anonymous., 1870: Alterations in the colour of Cicindela hybrida and C. campestris, caused by artificial means, are re

Borre, P.; De., 1870: P. DE BORRE Ann. E. Belg. xiii. pp. 139-145 makes some general observations on the classification

Champion., 1870: CHAMPION Ent M. M. vi. p. 231, vii. pp. 12 and 136 .CHAMPION gives localities for 86 spp. of Homal

Bauduer., 1870: BAUDUER Nouv. et faits div. p. xxx records rare Coleoptera found during the winter.

Piochard De La Bruerie., 1870: PIOCHARD DE LA BRUERIE gives an account of his Syrian expedition, as regards Coleoptera, Ann. Soc. E

Letzner., 1870: LETZNER JB. schles. Ges. xlvii. p. 180 records spp. new to Silesia.

Fuss., 1870: FUSS Verh. siebenb. Ver. viii. Hft. 3, p. 335 et seq. gives a catalogue of 2810 spp. of Coleoptera

SCHIoDTE., 1870: SCHIoDTE Nat. Tids. ser. 3, vol. v. pp. 543, 544 makes some additions to the Danish list of Ceramb

Packard., 1870: PACKARD Canad. Ent. ii. p. 119 gives a list of Coleoptera collected at Caribou Island, Labrador, S

Pettitt., 1870: PETTITT Canad. Ent. ii. pp. 53, 65, 84, 102, 117, 131, 151 continues his list of Coleoptera from O

Joseph., 1870: JOSEPH JB. schles. Ges. xlvii. pp. 169-172 discusses the distribution of species in different cave

Anonymous., 1870: Pet. Nouv. 25, p. 100 makes some observations on Cavern collecting.

Gilnicki., 1870: For notes by Gilnicki on the beetles of the cave of Punto, cf. Bull. Ent. Ital. ii. p. 295. The same

Butler., 1870: BUTLER Ent. M. M. vii. p. 59 records Spaight's evidence of certain large Lucanidae and Longicornia

Oberthur., 1870: OBERTHUR Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4e ser. x. Bull. p. xlix records large quantities of Coleoptera flying

Perris., 1870: PERRIS Nouv. et faits div. p. x records two Necrophorus vestigator, two Catops watsoni, and ten sp

Scott, J. F., 1870: J. F. SCOTT Ent. M. M. vii. p. 156 notes the occurrence of Opilus mollis and Callidium variabile a

De Marseul., 1870: DE MARSEUL Ann. Soc. Eat Fr. 4 ser. x. Bull. p. ixix refers to the damages caused to Brassica oler

Anonymous., 1870: Coleoptera supposed to be antagonistic to the Plum Curculio Conotrachelus nenuphar are described

Anonymous., 1870: Extracts from a paper by Huntley, entitled Remarks on some of the Coleopterous insects which injure

Walsh., 1870: WALSH Amer. Ent Bot ii. p. 298 records Chramerus icorioe Lec., a Magdalinus allied to barbitus

Reiche., 1870: REICHE Nouv. et faits div. p. vi dissents from Chaudoir's views upon certain Carabida published in

Ab De Perrin., 1870: AB. DE PERRIN Pet. Nouv. xvi. p. 61 criticises Stein's Catalogue, especially as to Anophthalmus an

Bethune., 1870: BETHUNE Canad. Ent ii. pp. 70-82, 89-93,105-110, 142-146, 168-176 reproduces the descriptions of s

Kent, W. S., 1870: Mr. W. S. KENT, while agreeing with Dr. Duncan that Caryophyllia smithi, borealis, and clavus are me

Verrill., 1870: The following are the additions and corrections given by Verrill P. Ess. Inst. vol. vi. pt. 1, p. 7

Verrill., 1870: The following new species are described by Verrill, Tr. Conn. Acad. i. p. 551-558:-Leptogorgia tenui

Verrill., 1870: VERRILL Tr. Conn. Ac. i. p. 503 gives a table of the geographical distribution of the Polyps of th

Metzger., 1870: Cyanea capillata, Esch., Rhizostoma cuvieri, Link., Chrysaora hyoscella, Each., Aurelia aurita, Link

Brandt., 1870: BRANDT Mem. Pet. 1870 describes with great minuteness the gastrovascular system of Rhizostoma cuvi

Hincks., 1870: HINCKS points out that the observations communicated by Mr. M'Andrew to Dr. Gray, and published in t

Metgzer., 1870: METGZER JB. Ges. Hann. 1869-70 gives the following list from the East-Frisian coast:-Mesonema henl

Allman., 1870: ALLMAN Trans. R. Soc. Edinb. xxvi. pp. 97-106, gives, by means of brief formulas, some very clear il

Bannister, B. H., 1870: Of the 7 genera to which the 18 species are referred, three are new: Oressochen type Anser melanopt

Anonymous., 1870: The object of this paper is more restricted than would appear from its title, and is to prove that t

Swinhoe, R., 1870: Treats of 8 species, 2 being new: AE. hartingi, from Western China, which is figured, and AE. dealba

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of former papers Zool. Rec. vi. pp. 95, 96. The species now treated are Eudromias

Swinhoe, R., 1870: Otidiphaps is a remarkable new genus, in general coloration calling Didunculus to mind, but with a m

Anonymous., 1870: Drymoeca ? pekinensis Zool. Rec. v. p. 87 is made the type of a proposed new genus, Rhopophilus,

Heuglin, T. V., 1870: Pseudobias is a new genus from Madagascar, allied to Terpsiphone and Bias. The type is

Swinhoe, R., 1870: Clytorhynchus is a new genus of Pachycephalinae holding to them the same relation that Xenopirostris

Anonymous., 1870: A synoptical table of nine closely allied species is given, and their geographical distribution show

Anonymous., 1870: A synopsis giving the full synonymy and diagnosis of each of the eightspecies. Oriolus rolleti, Salv

Anonymous., 1870: A carefully executed Monograph. Three natural genera, Arachnechthra, AEthopyga, and Chalcostetha are

Blanford, W. T., 1870: The osteology of I. minor shows a greater affinity to Capitonidae than to Cuculidae; and the group s

Anonymous., 1870: A synonymatic list of the 8 species known, with the addition of some facts acquired since the author

Anonymous., 1870: This second portion cf. Zool. Rec. vi. p. 56 completes the Indian Accipitres, and includes descrip

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of the former articles Zool. Rec. vi. p. 59.

Huxley, Prof.., 1870: A popular exposition, for beginners, of Prof. Huxley's views in classification, with a short descrip

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of articles before noticed Zool. Rec. v. p. 54, vi. p. 53 , enumerating 33 species.

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of former papers Zool. Rec. v. p. 57, vi. p. 52. The 106 species now enumerated we

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of the paper noticed last year Zool. Rec. vi. p. 51. Five hundred and twenty speci

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of the paper formerly noticed Zool. Rec. iv. p. 69. Two hundred and sixteen specie

Anonymous., 1870: Then follows an excellent treatise on the natural divisions of Brazil as determined by its ornis. Fo

Anonymous., 1870: This continues the important work before noticed Zool. Rec. v. p. 55, vi. p. 51. The whole number

Anonymous., 1870: The collection comprised 115 species, which are noticed at length, occasion being taken to correct s

Sclater.; Salvin., 1870: An abstract of Messrs. Sclater and Salvin's papers on Venezuelan birds Zool. Rec. v. p. 57, vi. p.

Graffe, Dr.., 1870: A full account of the collection made by Dr. Graffe Zool. Rec. vi. p. 44. Thirty-seven species are

Anonymous., 1870: Forty-eight species enumerated, which number the author considers to be little more than half the av

Anonymous., 1870: The only part of this work that has reached us since it was last noticed Zool. Rec. v. p. 51.

Finsch, Dr.., 1870: The substance of these papers is substantially identical, and forms a reply to Dr. Finsch's criticis

Anonymous., 1870: A carefully written paper based on a collection formed in the province of Wellesley, situated betwee

Anonymous., 1870: The conclusion of the paper before noticed Zool. Rec. vi. p. 42, and the last we shall have from t

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of former articles on the same subject Zool. Rec. vi. p. 41. In the first, 30 addi

Anonymous., 1870: The first part was noticed last year Zool. Rec. vi. p. 41: 21 species are included from Kattenbell

Anonymous., 1870: Contains remarks on about 70 species included in the Marquess's list, besides two others overlooked

Anonymous., 1870: Contains a few remarks on birds, but little ornithological information not previously known cf. Ibi

Anonymous., 1870: Four parts of this work appeared during the year and equal in merit those already noticed Zool.-Rec

Jesse., 1870: Mr. Jesse was zoologist to the Abyssinian Expedition, but was unable to follow the army into the int

Anonymous., 1870: This is the most important ornithological work of the year, and gives a very complete account of the

Anonymous., 1870: The author of this excellent book was Geologist to the late Abyssinian Expedition, and accompanied t

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of former papers Zool. Rec. vi p. 38. Sterna caspia is recorded from Malta for the

Anonymous., 1870: Additions to and critical notes on the list of the birds of Darasun before noticed Zool. Rec. v p.

Anonymous., 1870: The first volume was noticed four years since Zool. Rec. iii. p. 52; and this continues the work t

Anonymous., 1870: The continuation of the author's previous paper Zool. Rec. vi. p. 37, but of only local interest.

du Bocage, Prof.., 1870: The author adds a chapter containing the substance of his former paper Zool. Rec. v. p. 43, with P

Anonymous., 1870: In continuation of the paper before noticed Zool. Rec. vi. p. 37.

Baldamus., 1870: Nearly twice as many 144 species as were noticed by Dr. Baldamus Zool. Rec. iii. p. 52 are enume

Anonymous., 1870: Adds six species, which makes the number observed in this Department 232 cf. Zool. Rec. v. p. 42.

Anonymous., 1870: A translation of the two papers noticed last year Zool. Rec. vi. pp. 35, 99.

Anonymous., 1870: The ornithological part of this model work is an amplification of the author's former paper Zool. R

Anonymous., 1870: A continuation of the work before noticed Zool. Rec. vi. p. 31. The species of which the young and

Collingwood, Mr.., 1870: The specimens collected by Mr. Collingwood during his voyage Zool. Rec. v. p. 33 have been examine

Huxley, Prof.., 1870: A few criticisms and additional notes on Prof. Huxley's celebrated paper Zool. Rec. iv. p. 46. .A

Anonymous., 1870: This work is continued in the same clear style as that in which it was commenced cf. Zool. Rec. vi.

Anonymous., 1870: Contains some more interesting observations on the flight of birds. Cf. Zool. Rcc. vi. p. 28.

Gray., 1870: The second part of this most important work cf. Zool. Rec. vi. p. 27 calls for hearty admiration a

Anonymous., 1870: These relate to ninety of the species included in the work criticized, which was noticed last year

Robertson., 1870: And since by Mr. Robertson in tho Pelican. Am. Nat iii. 1869, p. 380. Sarcoptes ? An Acarus, in some

Koch, L., 1870: L. Koch Z. Ferd. 1809 p. 160, gives the following analytical Table of genera:-Tarsal portion of palp

Cambridge, O. P., 1870: This genus is referred,doubtfully to the Thomisides id. I.e. from which it will probably have to b

Thorell., 1870: Thorell includes Stephanopis in the family Thomiscida, l. c. see Eur. Spid. i. p. 170, note 2.

Thorell, T., 1870: Stephanopis cambridgii, sp. n., New Holland: T. Thorell, OEfv. Vet. Akad. 1870, p. 378.

Koch, L., 1870: A clear and useful differential analysis of the characters of the European species of Tetragnatha, t

Blackwall., 1870: Blackwall remarks l. c. p. 402 that this genus and Galena, C. Koch, nearly allied, are closely rel

Thorell, T., 1870: Hersilia, Savigny, ad part., and Hersiola, Thorell; differs from it in the undivided tarsi of the le

Simon, E., 1870: Peltosoma, g.n. P. ixioides, Corsica, P. tuberculiferum, ib.,spp. nn., E. Simon, Mem. Liege, 1870, p

Simon, Eugene., 1870: Eugene Simon R. Z. 1869, p. characterizes Lachesis, Savigny, and Enyo, Sav., remarks upon their af

Eugene Simon., 1870: EUGENE SIMON Mem. Liege, 1870, p. proposes for the species of Dictyna three groups:-1. Cephalothor

Canestrini.; Pavesi., 1870: Micaria aurata, Drassus laticeps, Melanophora kochii, Cheiracanthium italicum are figured. Canestrin

Cambridge, O. P., 1870: Clubiona diversa, Cambr.,=C. pallens, C.Koch; C. pallens, Blackw.,=C, subtilis, L. Koch; C. assimila

Thorell., 1870: Conf. Thorell, Europ. Spid. part i. p. 112.

Lucas., 1870: These, given by Lucas Expl. Alg. as 6, are in reality 8;

Sanborn, F. G., 1870: Remarks that a great number of Arachnida, mostly of small size, were noticed struggling in water of

Davis.; Chantrell., 1871: This and other Rotifers in a warm-water pond at Windsor are mostly destitute of tubes. The mode of a

Cubitt, C., 1871: C. CUBITT M. Micr. J. vi. pp. 165-169 objects to the usual terminology employed in describing tbe

Grube, E., 1871: E. GRUBE Bescbreibungen einiger Egel-Arten, Arch. f. Nat. xxxvii pp. 87-121, pls. 3 4 describe

Schultze, M., 1871: Leucochloridium paradoxum: cf. M. Schultze, SB. Ver. Rheinl. xxviii. p. 129.

Blumberg., 1871: For an analysis of Blumberg's work, cf. Z. ges. Naturw. 2 ir. pp. 496-499.

Blumberg, C., 1871: Amphistoma conicum. C. Blumberg Ueber den Bau des Amphutoma conicum. Dorpat: 1871,4to, pp. CO, plat

Stieda, L., 1871: Amphistoma conicum and Distoma hepaticum. From observations on these species, L. Stieda Arch. Anat.

Willemoes-Suhm., 1871: Polystoma integerrimum. Willemoes-Suhm describes the eggs and young laraeof this common parasite in

Anonymous., 1871: Taenia caenurus or Caenurus cerebralits cf. Term. Kozl. 1869, pp. 80 81

Mobius, K., 1871: The liver of a young giraffe which lately died in the zoological garden at Hamburg contained numerou

Anonymous., 1871: Cf. Ann. N. H. 4 viii p. 295. Might not the kangaroo have become infected in Europe ?

Pagenstecher, H. A., 1871: Taenia echinococcus. The thoracic cavity of a specimen of Macropus major, which died in the zoologic

Anonymous., 1871: The results obtained correspond with those already recorded by him cf. Zool. Rec. vii. p. 480

Knoch, J., 1871: Bathriocephalus lalus. On its mode of development, with notes on the structure and extreme tenacity

Sanders, A., 1871: Tetrarhynchus corollatus. A supposed larval form found in the tubules of the liver of Pagurus bernha

Giebel., 1871: The true position of the Cestoda and Echinorhynchi is between the Protozoa and Caelenterata; and the

Leidy, J., 1871: Taenia mediocanellata. Portions figured, with remarks, by J. Leidy, P. Ac. Philad. 1871, pp. 53-55.

Ray Lankester, E., 1871: E. RAY LANKESTER Outlines of some Observations on the Organization of Oligochaetous Annelids, Ann

Vaillant, L., 1871: Serpula plicaria, glomerata, annulata, pellucida, intorta, cristata, sulcata, costalis, dentifera, s

Willemoes-Suhm., 1871: On some Annelida polychoeta observed in the Bay of Kiel, cf. Willemoes-Suhm, Z. wiss. Zool. xxi. pp.

Anonymous., 1871: Malmgren's Annulata Polychaeta Spetsbergiae, c. cf. Zool. Rec. iv. pp. 624 625, originally ap

M'Intosh, Wc., 1871: Some of the more interesting Annelida of the Channel Islands, c., are noticed by W. C. M'Intosh, wh

Grube, E., 1871: The recent works of Ehlers, Claparede, and Malmgren on Vermes noticed by E. Grube, SB. schles. Ges.

Grimm, O., 1871: Monostomum foliaceum and Cyathocephalus truncatus. On their anatomy, cf. O. Grimm, Z. wiss. Zool. xx

Gervais, H., 1871: Echinorhynchus pellucidus and Phyllobothrium delphini were the only parasites known to infest the do

Beneden, Pj Van., 1871: P. J. VAN BENEDEN enumerates the worms and other parasites which have been recorded as infesting the

Robertson, D., 1871: Clymene lumbricalis, W. Scotland, Terebellides stroemi and Onuphis eschrichti, Firth of Clyde, are n

Smith, Sj., 1871: On Lumbricidoe, Hydroida, c. dredged in Lake Superior, cf. S. J. Smith, Am. J. Sci. 3 ii. p. 374.

Carpenter.; Jeffreys., 1871: Arctic species met with during the 'Porcupine' cruise of 1870 between the British Channel and Tunis:

Metzger, A., 1871: A. METZGER enumerates 29 Choetopoda, 3 Hirudini, 4 Trematoda, 5 Nematoda, and 1 Gephyrea as occurrin

McINTOSH, W. C., 1871: W. C. McINTOSH enumerates 48 species of Annelids as obtained by dredging off the coasts of Northumbe

Denny, (jun.)., 1871: Denny jun., ibid, p. 185, states it to be intermediate between the Pulicidae and Cimicidae.

Richter., 1871: Idolocoris Walker, MS., g. n., Richter, Sci. Goss. 1871, pp. 131 211, The author states that thi

Maddox., 1871: Maddox M. Micr. J. vi. pp. 144-149, pl. xcvi. describes and figures, with details, hexapod parasit

Dunning., 1871: Pediculus Goniodes falcicornisNitzsch. Dunning Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. vii refers to the identity o

Cutting., 1871: Cutting Arch. Tr. Orl. Soc. i. p. 105 et seq. gives a popular outline of the structure and habits

Stainton., 1871: Stainton ibid. remarks upon injuries to lemons from Palermo caused by a Coccus distinct from the s

Silliman., 1871: For observations by Silliman, see Am. Nat. v. p. 683.

Signoret., 1871: SIGNORET, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 6 i. pp. 421-484, in the 8th part of his Esaai sur les Cochenilles,

Giraud., 1871: GIRAUD Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 4 i. p. li et seq.

Planchon.; Lichtenstein., 1871: PLANCHON LICHTENSTEIN publish a smail pamphlet Montpellier: 1871, 8vo on the Phylloxera of the vin

Signoret., 1871: SIGNORET ibid. p. lxxx quoted Pellicot's opinion that the vine-disease is not caused by Phylloxera

Lichtenstein., 1871: Lichtenstein ibid. p. xlvi et seq.

Signoret., 1871: Phylloxera vastatrix. Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. p. xiii ., has kept specimens alive for mo

Riley., 1871: Phylloxera vitifoliae Fitch. Riley iii. Rep. Ins. Mo. pp. 84-96, figs. 39 40, in a treatise on

Kunstler., 1871: Aphis. Kunstler Verb. z.-b. Wien, xxi. p. 8 discusses injuries to cultivated plants from members o

Walker., 1871: On migration of Aphides, cf. Walker, Ent. v. p. 354.

Passerini., 1871: PASSERINI Bull Ent Ital. iii. pp. 144-160, 244-260, 333-846 enumerates, alphabetically, the variou

Balbiani., 1871: BALBIANI, Ann. Sc. Nat. 5 xiv. Articles 2 9, pls. 1819, xv. Art. 4, enterevery minutely into th

Kunstler., 1871: Psylla pyri Kunstler Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. Beih. p. 67 discusses in-juries to cultivated plants f

Meyeh-dur., 1871: MEYEH-DUR Mitth. schw. ent. Ges. iii. pp. 377-406 gives an introductory sketch of the characters a

Sahlberg, J., 1871: J. Sahlberg, l. c. pl. ii., figures the alar neuration of Cixius cunicularius fig. 34, Oliarus lep

Kunstler., 1871: Iassus 6-notatus. Kunstler Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi Beih. p. 15 discusses injuries to cultivated plan

Scott., 1871: SCOTT, after some general observations Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 240-243, 270-273, describes and revises

Westwood., 1871: Westwood Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. iii briefly describes and provisionally names stellifer a Coccus i

Rogenhofer., 1871: Corixa hieroglyphica, Duf.-Rogenhofer Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. p. 66 gives particulars of enormous s

Deyrolle., 1871: Ahuautle. Deyrolle Pet. Nouv. p. 165 refers, under this name, to the eggs of a Corixa, which are

Reuter., 1871: REUTER, in his Skandinaviens och Finlands Acanthiider beskrifne OEfv. Vet. Ak. xxviii. pp. 403-42

White., 1871: Eremocoris erratica, usually occurring on juniper and pine, is recorded as living in componies under

Guyon., 1871: Heterogaster salviae. Guyon's account of an enormous flight of this species at Batna in 1869 is reco

Desmartis., 1871: N. cymoides. Desmartis 'La Guienne,' 26 Nov., 1871 notes its ravages among vines.

Douglas.; Scott., 1871: Douglas ScottEnt. M. M. viii. p. 63, noticing Sta?s reference of costalis, Sahlb., to marginalis

Puton., 1871: Nysius jacobaeae, Schill. Puton Mithb. schw. ent Ges. iii. p. 425 suggests the confusion of 2 spec

Van Vollenhoven., 1871: VAN VOLLENHOVEN, Tijdschr. Ent. 2 v. pp. 263-302, pls. 10-12, commences descriptions of the Dutch

Reuter., 1871: REUTER, OEfv. Vet. Ak, zxvii. pp. 597-603, describes the Swedish species.

Puton., 1871: PUTON, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. p. 437, gives the following synonymy in Psylla:-P. heydeni, Forst,?

Sahlberg, J., 1871: Myrmecoris agilisSahlb. ? Gorski . Stein B. E. Z. xv. p. 42 mentions and refers to a figure not g

Champion., 1871: Rare British species are recorded by Champion,Ent. M. M. vii. p. 184; by E. Saunders, l. c. viii. p.

Frey-Geaner., 1871: Alpine species: Frey-Geaner Mitth. schw. ent Ges. iii. p. 319 et seq. gives a list, with brief ref

Mayr., 1871: MAYR Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi p. 21 briefly reviews Stal's Enumeratio Hemipterorum Sv. Ak. Handl.

Anonymous., 1871: The new species described in Pt. iii. will be found in their places in this Record, having been om

Puton., 1871: This 3rd instalment of the author's work treats of the Coreides, Alydides, Berytides, and Stenocepha

Fontaine, A.; De La., 1871: Rana temporaria. A. de la Fontaine controverts Steenstrup's views regarding the existence of two dis

Kolazy., 1871: Rana esculenta. Kolazy reports that he succeeded in retarding the development of the Tadpole by insu

Bello Y.; Espinosa., 1871: BELLO Y ESPINOSA states that there is a frog Hylodes? in Porto Rico, called co-qui by the inhabita

Sahlertz, J., 1871: J. SAHLERTZ has published Some contributions to the Biology of the Danish species of Frogs and Toad

Sclater., 1871: Trigonocephalus lanceolatus. Sclater recommends the introduction of the Mungoose for its destruction

Edeling., 1871: The name being preoccupied by Edeling in 1864 for another Bornean species, the Recorder has changed

Stoliczka, Dr.., 1871: Typhlops. Dr. Stoliczka J. A. S. B. 1871 considers the number of longitudinal rows of scales, and

Darwin., 1871: Chamaeleon, Mr. Darwin figures the heads of males and females of C. bifurcus and C. owenii. ' Descen

Bocourt, M., 1871: Anolis. M. Bocourt describes the following new species Ann. Mus. Bullet. :-A. stigmosus, 1869, v.

Cope., 1871: Hyla. Prof. Cope changes the name of his genus Cindidium into Cincloscopus, P. Am. Phil. Soc 1870, p

Cornalia., 1871: Cornalia's Pentonyx americana from New York, is also a young of the same Tortoise A. M. N. H. 1871

Mendoza., 1871: The Recorder begs leave to state that this is in direct contradiction to the statement made to him

Anonymous., 1871: Patagonia. Notes on the Natural History of the Strait of Magellan and West Coast of Patagonia, made

Peters, Prof.., 1871: Borneo. Prof. PETERS has made a valuable contribution to our knowledge of the herpetological fauna o

Anderson, J., 1871: On some Indian Reptiles, by J. Anderson, P. Z. S. 1871, pp. 149-211, contains some important infor

Vinson., 1871: Reunion. An Agamoid Lizard, which the author names Agama Calotes versicolor but is probably a Bron

Holland, T., 1871: Pomerania.Die Wirbelthiere Pommerns, by T. HOLLAND. Stolp: 1871. 8vo, pp. 119. The author enumerat

De La Fontaine, A., 1871: Luxemburg. A. DE LA FONTAINE gives an account of the Reptiles and Amphibians of Luxemburg-2 Tortoise

Anderson, J.; Dr.., 1871: According to a statement by Dr. J. ANDERSON, the Indian Museum in Calcutta received 255 species duri

Schmidt, O., 1871: O. SCHMIDT Ueber Coccolithen und Rhabdolithen, SB. Ak. Wien, lxii. pp. 669-682, pls. 1 2 consi

Parker, W. K.; Jones, T. R. Brady, H. B., 1871: W. K. PARKER, T. R. JONES, and H. B. BRADY, On the Nomenclature of the Foraminifera, Ann. N. H. 4

Schneider, A., 1871: A. Schneider publishes observations on Acanthocystis viridis, Actinophrys eichhorni, and Diffugia. T

Cienkowslo, L., 1871: L. CIENKOWSLO describes and figures the formation of zoospores in Collosphaera huxleyi, C. spinosa,

Donitz, W., 1871: W. DONITZ Beobachtungen uber Radiolarien, Arch. Anst Phys. 1871, pp. 71-82, pl. 2 describes and

Archer, W., 1871: W. ARCHER'S paper On some Freshwater Rhiropoda, new or little known, ii. cf. Zool. Rec. vii. p. 5

Dawson, G. W., 1871: G. W. DAWSON'S paper on Foraminifera from the Gulf and River St. Lawrence is reprinted from Canad. N

Greeff, R., 1871: R. GREEFF, SB. Ver. Rheinl. xxviii. pp. 4-8, refers Actinophrys sol, A. eichhorni, and Acanthocystis

Stuart, A., 1871: A. STUART has observed traces of a special digestive canal in Gregarinae, Nachr. Ges. Gotting. 1870,

Van Beneden., 1871: VAN BENEDEN Recherches sur l'evolution des Gregarines, Bull. Ac. Belg. xxxi. pp. 825-359, plate;

Giebel., 1871: GIEBEL very briefly notices the progress of knowledge on the Infusoria, Z. ges. Naturw. 2 iv. pp.

Carter, H. J., 1871: H. J. CARTER l. c. vii. pp. 112-141, pls. 7-10 compares the fossil sponge-spicules of the greensan

Carpenter.; Thomson, Wyville., 1871: Carpenter and Wyville Thomson's researches on sponges are noticed, Arch. Sci. Nat xli. pp. 81-83.

Parfitt, E., 1871: E. PARFITT Tr. Devon. Ass. 1870; cf. Q. J. Sc. n. a. i. p. 113 describes and figures 27 different

Carter, H. J., 1871: H. J. CARTER Ann. N. H. 4 viii. pp. 1-27, and plates 1 2, representing many species of sponges,

James-clark, H., 1871: H. JAMES-CLARK considers that the close relationship between the Infusoria Flagellata and the Spongi

Carter, H. J., 1871: H. J. CARTER, On two undescribed marine Sponges and two Esperiadae from the West Indies; also on th

Ehlers, E., 1871: E. EHLERS Z. wiss. Zool. xxi. pp. 540-567 proposes to call the sponges without pores Spongiae holo

Janos, K., 1871: Huxley's observations on coccoliths noticed by K. Janos, Term. Kozl. 1869, pp. 42 43.

Hackel, E., 1871: E. HACKEL Ueber die sexuelle Fortpflanzung und das naturliche System der Schwamme, Jen. Z. Nat. v

Pagenstecher, H. A., 1871: H. A. PAGENSTECHER ZurKenntniss der Schwamme, Verh. Ver. Heidelb. vi. pp. 1-66 reviews the princ

Metzger, A., 1871: A. METZGER enumerates 1 Myxocystodeum, 3 Spongiae, and 4 Rhizopoda as occurring on the E. Friesland

Perty., 1871: PERTY notices recent observations on the lowest organisms. Mitth. Ges. Bern, 1870, pp. l-liv. .PERTY

Anonymous., 1871: Transl. Ann. N. H. 4 viii. pp. 193-203.

Anonymous., 1871: Cf. Z. ges. Naturw. 2 iv. pp. 201-203

Mobius, K., 1871: K. MOBIUS believes that the presence of vegetable matter is as indispensable to the existence of ani

Crace-calvert, F., 1871: F. CRACE-CALVERT has made experiments on the tenacity of protoplasmic life, which tell against spont

Anonymous., 1871: M. Micr. J. vi. pp. 227-233, 284, describes the appearance of Vorticella as an occasional parasite i

Hilgard, T. C., 1871: T. C. HILGARD, Infusorial Circuit of Generations, Am. J. Sc. 3 ii. pp. 20-26, 88-06

Johnson, M., 1871: M. JOHNSON Transmutation of Form in certain Protozoa, and The Monad's Place in Nature, M. Micr.

Schmarda., 1871: SCHMARDA Zoologie, i. pp. 156-199 classifies the Sarcodea Protozoa as follows:- ATHALAMIA or RHI

Macdonald, J. D., 1871: J. D. MACDONALD, Ann. N. H. 4. viii. pp. 221-223, proposes the following classification of the Inv

Jourdain., 1871: On the vena portoe renalis and other anatomical points, also measurements of a large example: Jourda

Andrews, W., 1871: An adult example figured by W. Andrews, P. Dublin Soc. vi. pl. 2.

Canestrini, Prof.., 1871: Prof. CANESTRINI believes that in Lophobranchs a coitus takes place, during which the ova are transf

Travers, Wtl., 1871: Anguilla australis ? , On the absence of the Eel from the upper waters of the Waiau-ua and its Tri

Esmark., 1871: Maurolicus tripunctulatus, sp. n., Esmark, Fork. Selak. Christian. 1871, p. 489. The height of the b

Canestrini, Prof.., 1871: Cobitis toenia. Prof. Canestrini has found that the male has the upper pectoral ray enlarged. Rivist

Bleeker, Dr.., 1871: An important memoir, 'Sur lea Cyprinoides de Chine.' has been published by Dr. Bleeker in Verh. Akad

Giebel., 1871: Eremophilus mutisii Humboldt has not been recognized by Giebel, who describes it as Trachypoma mar

Putnam., 1871: Arges and Stygogenes. Pimelodus cyclopum Humb. as Arges brachycephalus Gthr.=Stygogenes humboldt

Day, F., 1871: Mr. F. DAY has published some notes on the air-bladder of several Indian genera; he has found it sim

Doderlein, P.; Prof.., 1871: Osphronemus olfax. Prof. P. Doderlein has published a pamphlet, 'Rapporto della Commissione inviata

Playfair.; Letourneux., 1871: Barbus callensis and B. setifensis described by Playfair and Letourneux, A. M. N. H. 1871, viii. p

Klunzinger, Dr.., 1871: Glyphidodon. Dr. Klunzinger l. c. pp. 523-529 describes seven species from the Red Sea. He is incl

Poey., 1871: Gymnothorax obscuratus is described as a new species from Cuba by Poey, Ann. Lyc N. H. New York, ix.

Lutken, Dr.., 1871: Dr. LUTKEN directs attention to an error committed by some ichthyologists, who denied the presence o

Gray, J. E., 1871: GRAY, J. E. On the injury inflicted on ships by the Broad-finned Sword-fish of the Indian Ocean. A.

Gunther, Dr.., 1871: Tholichthys having proved to be the young of some Squamipinnate fish, Dr. UGOnthbr expresses it as h

Cope., 1871: Mesoprion, Mr. Oope describes as new species Tr. Am. PhiL Soc xiv.: - Ocyunu rygersmoei, St. Eitts

Poey., 1871: Mesoprion. Poey has discovered cases of hermaphroditism. in Mesprion eynodon and chrymrus. The male

Cope., 1871: Gymnothorax nigrocastaneus is described as a new species by Cope, Tr. Am. Phil. Soc. xiv. p. 483, St

Darwin., 1871: Monacanthus. On sexual differences, Darwin, Descent of Man, ii. p. 12.

Noll., 1871: Acipenser sturio. Its occurrence in the Rhine and Maine, by Noll, Zool. Gart. 1871, pp. 180-183.

Murray, A., 1871: On the same subject, A. Murray, P. Z. S. 1871, pp. 11-13.

Knoch, Dr.., 1871: Acipenser. Dr. Knoch has made the important observation that young Sterlets and probably all young

Anonymous., 1871: 4. The complete memoir in Philos. Trans, ii. 1872, pp. 511-571, pls. 30-42. The separate reprints we

Troschel, Dr.., 1871: From these three papers an account has been compiled by Prof. Troschel in Wiegm. Arch. 1871, pp. 825

Gunther, Dr.., 1871: Ceratodus. Dr. Gunther's researches into the structure of this fish are contained in the following p

LuTKEN, Dr.., 1871: Dr. LuTKEN's paper on the classification and limits of Ganoids see Zool. Rec. vi. pp. 125, 138 has b

Cope, E. D.; Prof.., 1871: Prof. E. D. COPE has read a paper before the American Association for the Advancement of Science, pu

Gunther, Dr.., 1871: Celebes. Dr. GUNTHER has described 13 new species from collections made by Dr. A. B. Meyer at Menado

Klunzinger, Dr.., 1871: Red Sea. Dr. KLUNZINGER has published the second part of his Synopsis der Fische des Rothen Meers

De Brito Capello, M., 1871: Africa. M. DE BRITO CAPELLO has commenced a list of the species from Madeira, the Azores, and Portug

Cope, Prof.., 1871: West Indies. Prof. COPE has reported on some collections made at St. Martin's, St. Croix, and St. Ch

Verrill, A. E., 1871: On the Food and Habits of some of our Marine Fishes, by A. E. Verrill. Amer. Nat. 1871, v. pp. 397

Abbott, C. C., 1871: The notes on freshwater fishes of New Jersey by C. C. Abbott see Zool. Record, vii. p. 83 have bee

Cope, E. D., 1871: United States. A partial synopsis of the Fishes of the Fresh Waters of North Carolina, by E. D. C

Playfair.; Letourneux., 1871: Algeria. Messrs. PLAYFAIR and LETOURNEUX have published a Memoir on the Hydrographical System and t

Holland, T., 1871: Pomerania. 'Die Wirbelthiere Pommerns,' by T. Holland. Stolp: 1871. 8vo, pp. 119. The author enumera

Andrews, W., 1871: Ireland. Mr. W. Andrews has reported on his recent observations of fishes on. the. Irish coast. He h

Herr MALM., 1871: Scandinavia. Herr Malm has added three species to the fauna of Scandinavia, viz. Triyla pini, Pelamy

Panceri, M., 1871: M. PANCERI presented to the recent congress of naturalists and physicians at Turin the result of som

Trimen., 1871: Trachypctra bufo. Trimen notices the habits of this insect as observed by him at Graham's Town, and

Thomas., 1871: Caloptenus differentialis is redescribed in P. Ac. Philad. 1871, p. 149, by Thomas, who also describ

Lucas., 1871: OEcanthus pellucens. Lucas, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i Bull. p. xxvi, has some remarks on the habits o

Kaup, J. J., 1871: J. J. KAUP, B. E. Z. xv, pp. 1-24, Taf. i., briefly describes and figures the eggs of 26 species, an

Saussure., 1871: SAUSSURE, in 'Melanges Orthopteologiques' Suppl. to fasc. iii, Men. Soc, Phys.Genev. xxi. pp. 240-3

Weir., 1871: Weir states that he has personally observed the female of a species of this subfamily descend beneat

Doubleday., 1871: Calopteryx vesta. Doubleday, Ent. M. M. via. p. 87, is inclined to the opinion that this is specific

De Selys., 1871: DE SELYS, Tr. E. S. pp. 412 413, reserves the name Cyrtosoma of Charpentier for the species, hithe

De Selys-longchamps., 1871: DE SELYS-LONGCHAMPS has published, as a further instalment of his general synopsis of the families o

Doubleday., 1871: Doubleday, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 86, gives a list of 30 spp. occurring near Epping, in Essex.

M'LACHLAN., 1871: M'LACHLAN, in Proc. E. S. 1871, p. xxxix, alludes to the mimetic resemblance existing between the fe

Muller., 1871: MULLER, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 127, notices the method of oviposition of Libelltula flaveola, confirmin

KoPPEN, F. T., 1871: F. T. KoPPEN, in S. E. Z. 1871, pp. 183-188, has a chronological resume, from 1494 to 1868, of the r

Anonymous., 1871: The same author, in his Nouvelle Revision des Odonates de l'Algerie, Ann. Ent Belg. xiv. 1871 pp.

De Selys-longchamps., 1871: DE SELYS-LONGCHAMPS, AperYu statistique sur les Odonates, Tr. E. S. 1871, pp. 400-416, gives a sta

Smith, S. J., 1871: S. J. SMITH, Am. J. Sc. 1871, p. 44, gives a Notice of a fossil insect's wing from the carboniferou

Joly, N., 1871: Palingenia virgo. N. JOLY, in a paper, Sur l'hypermetamorphose de la Palingenia virgo a l'etat de l

Joly, Emile., 1871: EMILE JOLY has published a series of 'Contributions pour servir a l'histoire naturelle des Ephemerin

Eaton., 1871: EATON Tr. E. S. 1871, pp. 1-164, pls. i.-vi. has completed the first part of A Monograph on the E

Fetnam, T., 1871: In Am. Nat. v. p. 171, is a note by T. Fetnam regarding the damage occasioned by a species of white

Lucas., 1871: Lucas, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull. p. xliii, gives a specimen of news-paper entomology, in the

Tullberg., 1871: TULLBERG, in his Forteckning ofver Svenska Podurider OEiv. Vet. Ak. xxviii. pp. 143-155, enumera

De Selys-Longchamps., 1871: Onychogomphus genaei. De Selys-Longchamps, Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. p. 14, describes the hitherto unknow

Anonymous., 1871: The Recorder P. L. S. xi. pp. 219-276 has published An attempt towards a systematic classificatio

Wallengren., 1871: WALLENGREN, Sv. Ak. Handl. ix. No. 8 pp. 1-76, in the 1st part of his 'Skandinaviens Neuroptera'

Brauer., 1871: BRAUER Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. pp. 107-116 publishes some observations upon the metamorphoses and e

Thevenet., 1871: Setodes interrupta. Thevenet, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. pp. 371-373, pl. v. figs. 1-6, gives an acco

M'LACHLAN., 1871: M'LACHLAN, Ent. M. M. vii. p. 281, notices Wallengren's identifications of the types of various spec

Borre, P.; De., 1871: P. DE BORRE, Ann. Ent Belg. xiv. pp. 62-71, describes a collection of the cases of Trichoptera from

Packard., 1871: Packard Am. Nat. v. pp. 707-713 maintains the homogeneity of the order Neuroptera as treated by hi

Anonymous., 1871: The Recorder has published P. L. S. xi. pp. 98-141, pls. ii.-iv. a paper On new forms, c. of ext

Dietrich., 1871: Dietrich, Ent. Bl. i. pp. 23 24, criticizes Duplessia's local list of Swiss species Mitth. schw.

Fischer., 1871: Electra, Lamx. Fischer separates the well-known Flustra pilosa L. from the genus Membranipora unde

Anonymous., 1871: The same author Q. J. Micr. Sci. 2, xi. pp. 155-162 describes the increase in colonies of this spe

Reichert., 1871: After a short recapitulation of the ideas of previous authors, he states his adherence to the view o

Claparede., 1871: CLAPAREDE has discussed some controversial points of the anatomy and physiology of the Bryozoa in hi

Donitz., 1871: DONITZ's paper on the so-called chorda of the Ascidian larvae Zool. Rec. vii. p. 184 is analyzed a

Kowalewsky., 1871: KOWALEWSKY brings forward new observations on the early stages of the simple Ascidians in favour of

Morse., 1871: MORSE recapitulates his observations on the early stages of Discina: Am. Nat. iv. p. 493.

Seguenza., 1871: Seguenza, treating of the tertiary Brachiopoda of S. Italy, corrects the synonymy of some recent spp

Anonymous., 1871: Am. Nat. iv. p. 510.

Morse., 1871: Dall's objections to Morse's theory answered: id. Am. J. Sc. 3 i. pp. 136-138

Anonymous., 1871: And Ann. N. H. 4 viii. pp. 414-427, pls. 15 16.

Morse., 1871: MORSE has published in extenso his observations concerning the early stages and development of Tereb

Davidson., 1871: 15 Japanese recent spp. of Brachiopoda are discussed by Davidson, P. Z. S. 1871, pp. 300-311, pls. 3

Dall., 1871: DALL Bull. Mus. C. Z. iii. pp. 36-42 gives a systematic revision of this family, which contains se

Anonymous., 1871: The same author Act. Soc. L. Bord. xxvii. pp. 1-70, also published separately has observed 50 spec

Fischer., 1871: Fischer mentions Argiope decollata, cistellula, and capsula, Megerlia truncata and Terebratulina cap

Syrski., 1871: Syrski in Wien. landw. Z. describes the not very encouraging results of his endeavour to breed oys

Kobelt., 1871: For several other interesting observations concerning the breeding, growth, and habits of these biva

Romer., 1871: ROMER Monographie der Mollusken Gattung Venus vol. ii. pts. 30-35, pp. 65-112, pls. 22-35, Cassel

Stoliczka., 1871: Erycina Lam., 1804 = Kellia Turt.. This genus, with Tellimya Brown and Lepton Turt., are uni

Stoliczka., 1871: STOLICZKA's beautiful work Palaeontologia Indica, iii. 1870 on the fossil Bivalves of the cretaceo

Marie., 1871: Placostylus. Marie discusses the general and specific characters, polymorphism, localities, habits,

Westerlund., 1871: Clausilia. The following Swedish spp. are enumerated by Westerlund l. c. pp. 187-224; Exp. crit. pp

Fischer., 1871: FISCHER, l. c. pp. 166-170, for anatomical reasons, proposes the following arrangement of the shells

Anonymous., 1871: Parmacella olivieri Cuv., from Samarcand. Animal in spirits and jaw described, and shell figured b

Tasle., 1871: Onchidium celticum Cuv. = tuberculatum Crouan, described by Tasle, Faune Mal. Mar., Suppl., and

Anonymous., 1871: Instances of Helix foetens. Stud.,. H. setosa Ziegl., H. hortensis, var. arenicola Macg., H. a


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