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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38835

Chapter 38835 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.

Selenka., 1871:
Tergipes claviger Menke. Its development has been studied by Selenka on the shores of Zandvoort, H

Bergh., 1871:
Hervia, g. n. Rhinophoria simplicia. Fodarium antice angulis fortiter productis. Pulvinaria papillar

Fischer., 1871:
D. tomentosa Cuv. Allied to but probably distinct from johnstoni Aid. Hanc. and coccinea Fo

Verrill., 1871:
VERRILL Am. J. Sc. 1. p. 405 gives descriptions of some New-England Nudibranchiata.

Dall., 1871:
DALL, P. Bost. Soc. 1871, Ann. N. H. 4 vii pp. 286-200, reprints his Sketch of a natural arrangem

Morch., 1871:
The Mediterranean spp. are recapitulated by Morch from a former paper in P. Z. S. 1860-62 and -65, w

Stoliczka., 1871:
Cremnoconchus. The anatomy of C. syhadrensis has been examined by STOLICZKA, who comes to the conclu

D.Folin., 1871:
DE FOLIN under the title D'une methode de classification pour les coquilles de la famille des Chemn

Wood, Searles., 1871 :
Cyproea. SEARLES WOOD supposes that several spp. of the section Trivia, as in many spp. of Cassis, h

Crosse., 1871:
CROSSE J. de Conch, xix. pp. 263-309 gives a list of the 73 known recent species of Voluta exclud

Hidalgo., 1871:
Fasciolaria is said to be monographed in Hidalgo's 'Moluscos marinos de Espana,' part iv., 1871 63

Angas., 1871:
Olivella exquisita, sp. n., Angas, P. Z. S. 1871, p. 13, pl. 1. fig. 2, N. S. Wales.

Stuart., 1871:
The nervous system of Creseis acicula, consisting of four dorsal and four abdominal ganglia, is desc

Collingwood., 1871:
Eggs of a Cephalopod genus not determined, forming a web-like mass, 2 feet in length, have been ob

Morch., 1871:
MORCH has continued his review of the older conchological nomenclature, enumerating in chronological

Gill., 1871:
GILL arranges the Mollusca in 27 orders and no leas than 356 families. Smiths. Collect. 1871.

Hidalgo.; Zapater., 1871:
Some account of terrestrial Mollusca eaten by man in Spain, and of their local names, is to be found

Costa., 1871:
The fishery of oysters and various other shells at Naples is described by COSTA, Atti Ist. Nap. 2

Wyman., 1871:
WYMAN'S paper on kitchen-middens in Maine and Massachusetts, containing common marine shells and Zua

Tischbein., 1871:
The occurrence of several recent spp. in diluvial strata of Germany is mentioned by TISCHBEIN Nachr

Angas., 1871:
109 spp. of marine shells, resulting from Brazier's dredgings, are added to the known fauna of Port

Crosse., 1871:
21 spp., wrongly attributed by recent conchologists to the fauna of New Caledonia, are enumerated by

Klunzinger., 1871:
KLUNZINGER. gives an interesting account of the use of Mollusca for food or ornament c, in Z. Ges.

Manzoni., 1871:
MANZONI publishes a few words concerning the difference of the fauna from that of the Mediterranean

Stimpson., 1871:
Florida. 314 spp. of marine shells are enumerated by STIMPSON, of which 58 are peculiar, to the east

Crosse., 1871:
The second and third of which, contain according to Crosse, J. de Conch. xix. p. 153 the Bivalve g

Fischer., 1871:
FISCHER's supplement to his marine conchological fauna of the Gironde 1865 brings the number of sp

Tasle., 1871:
TASLE publishes a supplement to his 1868 list of Mollusca of Western France cf. Zool. Rec. vi. pp

Grube., 1871:
84 spp. observed at St. Malo and Roscoff, in Northern France, are enumerated by GRUBE, JB. schles. G

Morch., 1871:
MORCH enumerates 233 spp. of marine Mollusca 160 Gastropods and 93 Bivalves, from the coasts of De

Manzoni., 1871:
MANZONI gives a very short account of recent deep-sea explorations. Bull. Malak. iv. pp. 108-110.

Verrill., 1871:
VERRILL enumerates 10 spp. of freshwater shells found in Lake Superior. Am. J. Sc. 8 ii. pp. 448

Alcott., 1871:
ALCOTT has found Melania virginica and carinata in Massachusetts. Am. Nat. iv. p. 250.

Cooper., 1871:
COOPER continues his critical remarks concerning the land-snails of the W. coast of N. America, chie

Crosse., 1871:
28 spp. of land-shells some new collected by ORTON in the upper region of the R. Amazon are enumer

Bland., 1871:
64 spp. of land-shells from the valley of Quito are enumerated, and their geographical relations des

Anonymous., 1871:
Samarcand. The 4 spp. mentioned in Zool Rec. vii. p. 124, are described and figured by the Recorder

Ehrenberg.; Humboldt., 1871:
Siberia. The Recorder has given a list of land and freshwater shells collected by Ehrenberg during h

Noulet., 1871:
Pyrenees. 25 species found in the vicinity of Ax Ariege are enumerated, and the habits of some of

Mollendorf., 1871:
Croatia. MOLLENDORF Nachr. malak. Ges. iii. 1871, pp. 20-20, 40-43, 63-64 compares and translates

Anonymous., 1871:
The same author also treats of 14 species of Clausilia, occurring in S. Bavaria, Nachr. malak. Ges.

Sandberger., 1871:
SANDBERGER gives some supplementary observations on this work, with notes concerning the environs of

Kobelt., 1871:
KOBELT Fauna der nassauischen Mollusken, 286 pp., 9 pls. publishes a very elaborate manual of the

Anonymous., 1871:
And Nachr. malak. Ges. iii. p. 124.

Claudius., 1871:
Notes concerning Mollusca found by Claudius in the southern parts of the duchy of Lauenburg are give

Anonymous., 1871:
The Recorder has continued his review of the literature bearing on the distribution of the German Mo

Ehrenberg., 1871:
Russia. Land and freshwater shells collected in middle Russia and in the Ural by Ehrenberg, during h

Heynemann., 1871:
HEYNEMANN discusses the land-mollusks especially the slugs common to Europe and North America, in

Jourdain., 1871:
There is another paper on the same subject by JOURDAIN, in C. R. lxxiii. Oct 1871, p. 1059, abstract

Fischer.; Crosse., 1871:
Fischer Crosse, Etud. p. 81. .Glandina. A detailed anatomy of G. sowerbyana and fusiformis is give

Leydig., 1871:
The chief results of LEYDIG's researches concerning the auditory organs of the Gastropoda, made in H

Pagenstecher., 1871:
Macropus major. Pagenstecher has examined an embryo nearly mature; he confirms on this occasion Owen

Krefft., 1871:
Mesoplodon guentheri is indicated as a new species from New South Wales by Krefft, A. M. N. H. 187

Knox.; Hector., 1871:
Berardius. Mr. Knox and Dr. Hector have published notes on three specimens of Ziphioid Whales strand

Murie., 1871:
Lagenorhynchus albirostris. Dr. Murie has published notes on a male specimen, describing the dentiti

Clark, J.W., 1871:
Monodon monoceros. Mr. J. W. Clark describes and figures a skull with two fully developed tusks belo

Turner., 1871:
Physeter macrocephalus. Prof. Turner records the evidence of a Sperm-Whale captured in 1820, on the

Gill, T., 1871:
Physeterida. A semipopular article, The Sperm-Whales, giant and pigmy, by T. GILL, in Amer. Natur.

Gervais., 1871:
A young example figured by Gervais, Nouv. Arch. Mus. Paris, vii. pl. 3 B. rostrata.

Struthers, J., 1871:
Balaenoptera musculus. On some points in the anatomy of a great Fin-Whale, by J. Struthers, in J.

Van Beneden, P.J., 1871:
Balaenoptera musculus. Memoire sur une Balenoptere capturee dans l'Escaut en 1869, by P. J. VAN BE

Fischer., 1871:
Balaena biscayensis. Notes on this species by Fischer, Compt. Rend., lxxii. pp. 298-800. The author

Turner., 1871:
Prof. TURNER, in a paper entitled On tho so-called two-headed ribi in Whales and in Man, and publi

Gervais., 1871:
Balaena. Remarques sur l'taces de la division des Balenides, tirees de l'examen des pieces relative

Malm, H.A.W., 1871:
Hr. A. W. MALM has published an account of the specimens preserved in Swedish collections 1869:-H

Anonymous., 1871:
Prof. Turner having had the opportunity of examining the gravid uterus of an Orca gladiator, has pub

Murison, W.D., 1871:
W. D. MURISON attributes the disappearance of Whales from the New-Zealand shores to the fact of thei

Alex, Dr., 1871:
Rhytina borealis. Dr. Alex Brandt has found a piece of dried skin in the St.-Petersburg Museum which

Putnam., 1871:
Has been published in Mem. Ac St Petersb. xvi no. 51870 pp. 84 with 3 plates. As the contents and sc

Brandt, J.F., 1871:
Cervus alces The memoir by J. F. Brandt an abstract of which we have noticed in ZooL Record vii p. 1

Sclater., 1871:
Cervus. Sclater has published a report on certain species of Deer now or lately living in the Zoolog

Gray, Dr., 1871:
Cephalo thorn hus. Dr. Gray has reviewed these Antelopes, and characterizes all the species known, P

Brooke, V.; Sir., 1871:
Tragelaphus. Sir V. Brooke has reviewed the history of T. spekii, angasi, and euryceros, determined

Blyth., 1871:
Ovis. Mr. Blyth has critically examined the account given by Ch. Hamilton Smith of his Bos ? pegas

Sanson, A., 1871:
Asinus. A. Sanson distinguishes from osteological characters two races or species of the domesticate

Murie, Dr., 1871:
Tapirus indicus. Dr. Murie, in a paper On the Malayan Tapir, Rhino-chaerus sumatranus, J. Anat.

Rieu., 1871:
Forsyth Highlands of Central India, p. 221 has convinced himself, from repeated observations, that

Roulin., 1871:
Sus scrofa. Roulin corrects an error into which Lenormant has fallen, and attempts to show that the

Bartlett., 1871:
Hippopotamus amphibius. Mr. Bartlett describes the birth of a Hippopotamus in the Gardens of the Zoo

Murray, A., 1871:
Elephas africanus. A. Murray treats of a monstrosity first described in Chapman's 'Travels in South

Gray, Dr., 1871:
Bradypus. Dr. Gray has subjected the specimens of Sloths in the British Museum to a renewed examinat

Fitzinger, L.J., 1871:
Dasypus. L. J. Fitzinger has compiled a synopsis of the species. SB. Ak. Wien lxiv. pp. 209-267, 329

Landois., 1871:
Hypudaeus Landois describes the nidification of H. amphibius and H. glareolus, Zool. Gart. 1871, pp.

Martens, D.E.; Von., 1871:
Dr. E. VON MARTENS has published an article on the names of various Rodents in different languages.

Flower, Prof., 1871:
Phoca hispida Prof. Flower has worked out the history of this species, and describes the skull of a

Murie., 1871:
Trichechus rosmarus. Dr. Murie has dissected the young Walrus which lived for a short time in the Zo

Brandt, Eduard Dr., 1871:
Dr. EDUARD BRANDT'S pamphlet on the dentition of Shrews see Zool. Rec. iii. pp. 3 24 is publishe

Von Martens, E.; Dr., 1871:
Dr. E. VON MARTENS has published a continuation of his article on the names of Mammals in different

Mivart, S.G., 1871:
Mr. ST. G. MIVART, having received some additional material since the publication of his paper on th

Peters., 1871:
Prof. Peters Berlin. Monatsber. 1871, pp. 301-331 has critically examined and systematically arran

Dobson., 1871:
Vesperus. Dobson P. A. S. B. 1871, pp. 211, 212 describes V. pachyotis, sp. n, from the Khasi Hill

Krarup-hansen, C.J.L., 1871:
C. J. L. KRARUP-HANSEN enters into the mechanism of the flight of Bats in a pamphlet entitled Beitr

Harting., 1871:
HARTING has calculated the extent of the wings and weight of the pectoral muscles in flying Vertebra

Gray., 1871:
Lemur ruber. Notes on the coloration by Dr. Gray, P. Z. S. 1871, p. 297.

Anonymous., 1871:
Propithecus diadema and P. coquerelli are specifically identical according to Giebel; the latter is

Gervais, P., 1871:
The same view is adopted by P. Gervais in a paper entitled Memoire sur.les formescerebrales propres

Milne-edwards, M.A., 1871:
M. A. MILNE-EDWARDS has investigated the embryology of the Lemurs; he found a very peculiar type of

Anderson., 1871:
Sciurus. Dr. Anderson P. Z. S. 1871 describes as new species from Upper Burma and the Kakhyen Hill

Sclater., 1871:
Lemur. Mr. Sclater remarks on the synonymy of some of the species, particularly from observations up

Macalister, A., 1871:
On some points in the myology of the Chimpanzee and others of the Primates, A. Macalister, A. M. N

Champneys, F., 1871:
On the muscles and nerves, F. Champneys, J. Anat. Physiol. 1871, pp. 176-211.

Bischoff., 1871:
Troglodytes niger Bischoff describes and figures the brain of a four-year-old specimen. Itseems that

Gill, T.; Dr., 1871:
Dr. T. GILL has read a paper before the American Associa-tion for the Advancement of Science, publis

Krefft., 1871:
Australia. Mr. Krefft has published a list of 'Australian Vertebrata, Fossil and Recent' Sydney: 187

Bartlett, Edward., 1871:
Peru. Notes on the Monkeys of Eastern Peru, by EDWARD BARTLETT P. Z. S. 1871 pp. 217-220 Patagonia

Hays, W.J., 1871:
Egypt, see two papers by Roulin, referred to below under Sus scrofa, p. 15, and Ovis aries, p. 16. U

Lindemann.; Southwell, T., 1871:
Arctic Ocean. LINDEMANN has published, Eine Geschichte der arktischen Fischerei der deutschen Seest

Von Heinemann., 1871:
Nepticula. Von Heinemann has published a paper on this genus in B. E. Z. xv. pp. 209-223, supplement

Stainton., 1871:
STAINTON Ent. Ann. 1872, pp. 122 123 records two species of Tineina aa new to Britain, one being

Chambers, V.T., 1871:
V. T. CHAMBERS publishes notes on the N. American species of Lithocollectis, Leucanthiza =Lithocoll

Herrich-schaffrr., 1871:
HERRICH-SCHAFFRR reviews Stainton's Natural History of the Tineina, vol. xii., with many critical ob

Von Nolcken., 1871:
Peronea comariana, proteana, and potentillana. Von Nolcken's remarks on these species are translated

Herrich-schaffer., 1871:
HERRICH-SCHAFFER has published another paper on the Cuban species, describing many as new, and notic

Wallengren., 1871:
Wallengren, OEfv. Vet. Ak. xxviii. pp. 961-1060, briefly describes the Scandinavian species of this

Anonymous., 1871:
Crymodes exults and Pachnobia alpina. Perhaps survivors of the glacial period in Britain. The latter

Anonymous., 1871:
A. occulta, var., captured at sea, 220 miles from Nova Scotia: Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. xxxv.

Vallette., 1871:
Aplecta nebulosa female . Vallette records a malformation, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull. p. lxxxvi

Anonymous., 1871:
Taken at sugar at Elberfeld, Maassen, S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 26-28.

Dunsmore, J., 1871:
And of Paisley, by J. Dunsmore Scot. Nat. i pp. 16-19;

Rambur., 1871:
RAMBUR, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i., describes in detail the following Noctuidae, briefly characterize

Curo, J.A., 1871:
G. arbusculae; Freyer. On this and its allies, see J. A. Curo, Bull. Ent. Ital. iii. pp. 349-351.

Anonymous., 1871:
Attacus luna. Larva attacked by Tachinae, and yet imago reared: ibid pp. 43 44.

Couper, W., 1871:
Attacus cecropia. On the nomenclature of this and other N.-American species of the group, see W. Cou

Mitth., 1871:
Mitth. schw. ent. Ges. iii. pp. 327-330.

Wullschlegel., 1871:
Saturnia cynthia. Wullschlegel regards the forms figured by D'Aubenton and Drury as two distinct spe

White, F.B., 1871:
Asteroscopus, Diloba, and Demas Judging from the shape of the eggs c., these genera should be trans

von Siebold., 1871:
Cochlophora, g. n., von Siebold, Beitr. z. Parthen. d. Arthropoden, p. 136. Type Psyche helix to wh

Clemens., 1871:
Thyridopteryx ephemeriformis. Clemens's notes on this species, Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. vi. pp. 221 2

Grote., 1871:
Samia, Hubn. Grote Proc. Ent. Soc. Phil. v. pp. 228 229 considers Huhner's 3 species to be the t

Butler., 1871:
Butler Ent. M. M. vii. p. 265 replies to Herrich-Schaffer's strictures on his synopsis of the gene

Goossens., 1871:
Hydrelia numerica Boisd. Goossens figures and describes the larva, ibid. p. 291, pl. 4. f. 6.

Grote., 1871:
GROTE redescribes Botys argyralis, Hubn., B. ecclesialis, Guen., and Pilochrosis ramentalis, Led.: C

W.F.; Kirby., 1871:
W. F. KIRBY, Cat. D. Lep., proposes the name Hewitsonia for Corydon, Hew., preoccupied in Aves, type

Hewitson., 1871:
Symmachia. Hewitson Ex. Butt. 79, Symmachia and Charis, pl. 2 figures his S. cleonyma, figs. 12

Hewitson., 1871:
Chamaelimnas and Ithomiola = Compsoteria, Hew., olim. Hewitson Ex. Butt. 80 figures C. briola, B

Edwards., 1871:
G. interrogationis, Edwards l. c. pt. 9, Gr. pls. 4 5 figures varr. umbrosa and fabricii in all

Edwards., 1871:
Grapta comma, Harr., and G. dryas, Edw., figured with transformations by Edwards, l. c. viii. Gr. pl

Valette., 1871:
A. lathonia. a var. taken in La Vendee by Valette, noticed in Pet. Nouv. iii. p. 151.

Keferstein., 1871:
N. serici, Thunb. Fabr. Keferstein remarks upon this unidentified Ja-panese species, S. E. Z. xxxi

Staudinger., 1871:
Staudinger, Cat. Lep. Eur. p. 64.

Butler., 1871:
Butler figures his Danais leonora and ishma, and Amauris vasleti, Lep. Ex. i. pl. 20. figs. 2 3, p

Edwards., 1871:
Lintner maintains his former views on the identification of G. interrogationis in opposition to Edwa

Edwards., 1871:
A. nevadensis, Edwards, figured in Butt. N. Amer. pt. viii. Arg. pl. 14.

Butler., 1871:
Callidryas. Butler, ibid., continues his monograph of this genus, and figures the following known sp

Kirby, W.F., 1871:
W. F. KIRBY, Cat. D. Lep., proposes the name chippewa Edw., MS. for Colias helena, Edw. nec H.-

Anonymous., 1871:
There is a very interesting discussion on these forms, which Edwards has succeeded in refering to on

Adams, H.G., 1871:
A reprint of H. G. Adams's 'Beautiful Butterflies' c., a popular work, first published in 1854, has

Newman., 1871:
Newman's 'Illustrated Natural History of British Butterflies' 8vo, London: 1871, pp. xvi 176, woo

Roberts, G., 1871:
Goedartius. Roberts publishes extracts from Lister's edition: Zool. s. s. 1871 pp. 2787-2790.

Wallace, A.R., 1871:
A. R. WALLACE protests against the revival of Hubner's generic names: Pr. E. S. 1871, pp. lxv-lxvii

Koch., 1871:
KOCH argues, on somewhat unsatisfactory grounds, that Cramer was not acquainted with any Australian

Bremen., 1871:
Bremen's 'Lepidopteren Ostsibiriens' is reviewed, and the plates are severely criticized, in S. E. Z

Anonymous., 1871:
Lewis in a paper entitled. An examination of the arrangement of Macrolepidoptera introduced into En

Reed, E.B., 1871:
E. B. Reed continues his accentuated list of Canadian Lepidoptera, Canad. Ent. iii. pp. 95 96.

Herrich-schaffer., 1871:
HERRICH-SCHAFFER has commenced a 4th edition of his 'Systematisches Verzeichniss der Schmetterlinge

de Borre, P., 1871:
A list of the Saturniidae in Musee Royal d'Hist. Nat. de Belgique is given by De Borre, Ann. Ent. Be

Staudinger.; Wocke., 1871:
STAUDINGER WOCKE have issued a new edition of their 'Catalog der Lepidopteren des europaeischen Fa

Anonymous., 1871:
On pinning Microlepidoptera, cf. Pet Nouv. iii. no. 35.

Shaw, C.A., 1871:
And C. A. Shaw, Ent. M. M. vii. p. 276.

Valette., 1871:
Moth-trap. See Valette, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull. pp. lxxxiv lxxxv, Canad. Ent. iii. pp. 194

Bathgate, A., 1871:
NEW ZEALAND. For some notes on the Lepidoptera of Otago, by A. Bathgate, cf. Tr. N. Z. Inst. iii. pp

Butler., 1871:
Terias. Butler publishes a revision of the species formerly included in this genus, and refers them

Gerstacker, A., 1871:
A. Gerstacker publishes a list of Lepidoptera from Zanzibar, and describes several new species: Arch

Schneider, O., 1871:
For a list of species observed at Ramleh, near Alexandria, by O. Schneider, cf. SB. Ges. Isis, 1871,

Trimen, R., 1871:
AFRICA. R. Trimen P. L. S. xi. pp. 280-284 notes as inhabitants of St. Helena, Danais chrysippus,

Packard, A.S., 1871:
A. S. Packard remarks on a few moths collected by Hauzwell at Pebas, Ecuador: Rep. Peab. Ac. ii. i

Grote, A.R., 1871:
A. R. Grote Tr. Am. Ent. Soc. iii. pp. 183-188 gives a list of the Sphingidae, AEgeriidae, Zygoeni

Von Nolcken., 1871:
SOUTH AMERICA. Von Nolcken publishes notes on species principally Tineina observed by him in diffe

Bethuno, O.J.S., 1871:
And on species from Lakes Huron and Superior, by O. J. S. Bethuno, Canad. Ent. iii pp. 81-84.

Bethune.; Jones., 1871:
NORTH AMERICA. Notes on Nova-Scotian species, by Bethune Jones, P. N.-Scot Ins. ii. pp. 178-189 R

Blanchard, E., 1871:
THIBET. E. Blanchard C. R. lxxii. pp. 800-811 remarks on a small collection formed by the Abbe Arm

Hagusa, E., 1871:
And by E. Hagusa at Madonia, cf. Bull. Ent. Ital. iii. pp. 366-380.

Wright, E.P., 1871:
SICILY. For account of captures by E. P. Wright on Mount Etna, cf. P. Dubl. Soc. v; pp. 300 301;

Murray, R.P., 1871:
SWITZERLAND. Captures recorded by R. P. Murray Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 257-260.

de Graaf, H.W.; Snellen, P.C.T., 1871:
HOLLAND. New Dutch Microlepidoptera are recorded by H. W. de Graaf and P. C. T. Snellen, Tijdschr. E

Anonymous., 1871:
BELGIUM. New or rare species are recorded; Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. c.-r. pp. 2-61.

White, F.B., 1871:
By F. B. White, in S. E. of Scotland Ent. M.M. viii. pp. 66-68.

Walker, F.A., 1871:
By F. A. Walker, in Scilly Zool. s. s. 1871, p. 2841

Robinson, W.D., 1871:
By W. D. Robinson, in Kircudbrightshire Ent. v. pp. 230-282;

Porritt, E.T., 1871:
By E. T. Porritt, at Huddersfield and Sherwood Forest Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 234 235, viii. pp. 88

Parry, G., 1871:
By G. Parry, at Canterbury Ent. v. pp. 394 395;

Marshall, Wc., 1871:
By W.C. Marshall, in Cornwall Ent. v. pp. 244 245;

Machin, W., 1871:
By W. Machin, at Southend, Epping, Loughton, c. Ent. v. pp. 279 280, 393 394, 440 441;

Lockyer, B., 1871:
By B. Lockyer, in the New Forest op. cit. viii. p. 139, and Ent. v. pp. 439 440;

Jenner, J.H., 1871:
By J. H. Jenner, at Lewes and Battle Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 213 214;

Hudd, A.E., 1871:
By A. E. Hudd, in S. Wales Ent. M. M. viii. p. 113;

Hodgkinson, J.B., 1871:
By J. B. Hodgkinson, at Witherslack Ent. v. pp. 437-489;

Daltrey, T.W., 1871:
By T. W. Daltrey, at Sherwood Forest Ent. v. pp. 364 365;

Cowper, K., 1871:
By K. Cowper, at Sidmouth Ent. M. M. viii. p. 166

Button, D.T., 1871:
By D. T. Button, on Kent and Essex coasts Ent. v. p. 893

Barrett, C.G., 1871:
Lists of captures are published by C. G. Barrett, at Brandon and in the Fens Ent. M.M. vii. pp. 197

Birchall., 1871:
Birchall, Ent. M. M. viii pp. 6-8, enumerates 80 species some rather doubtful added to the Irish f

Jordan, R.C.R., 1871:
GREAT BRITAIN. R. C. R. Jordan Ent. M. M. viii. pp. 45-52 discusses the origin of the British Lepi

Fallou., 1871:
FALLOU, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. pp. 99-108, pl. 2, describes and figures abnormal specimens collec

Fallou., 1871:
FALLOU remarks on the influence of hot and dry seasons in producing arrest of development. Ann. Soc.

Mcintire, S.J., 1871:
S. J. MCINTIRE remarks on the microscopic appearance of the scales of certain Lepidoptera. Those of

Maddox, R.L., 1871:
R. L. MADDOX publishes Remarks on the General and Particular Construction of the Scales of some of

Pettigrew., 1871:
Are translated by Pettigrew, Tr. R. Soc. Edinb. xxvi. pp. 359-362.

Marey., 1871:
MAREY'S observations on the action of the wings of butterflies during flight cf. Zool. Rec. v 1871

Weijenburgh., 1871:
Dohrn criticizes Weijenburgh's remarks on this subject. S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 28-32.

Kornhuber, G.A., 1871:
Parthenogenesis: see G. A. Kornhuber, Schr. Ver. nat. Wien, v. pp. 368-371.

Dietze., 1871:
Dietze l. c. pp. 209-211 publishes a list of 53 species of Eupithecia found near Frankfort-on-Main

Riley., 1871:
The transformations of the former species are described and figured by Riley, Rep. Ins. Miss. iii. p

Meldola, R., 1871:
And R. Meldola, Nature, iii. pp. 508 509.

Darwin., 1871:
Sexual selection: Darwin 'Descent of Man,' c. vol. i. ch. xi. pp. 386-423 devotes a chapter to th

Bowles, G.J., 1871:
G. J. Bowles ibid. pp. 144 145 has also published a list of Sphingidae, Sesiidae, Zygoenidae, c

Saunders, W., 1871:
And for a full history, and figures of all stages, W. Saunders, ibid. pp. 149-156.

Buchanan, F., 1871:
F. Buchanan White gives a list of Lepidoptera which feed on Scotch fir: Scot Nat. i. pp. 86 87.

Scudder., 1871:
SCUDDER, in an article on the embryonic larvae of Butterflies Ent. M. M. viii. pp. 122-126, show

Lockyer, B., 1871:
On the claspers of young larvae as affecting their classification, B. Lockyer, Ent. v. pp. 433, 434.

Sharp., 1871:
Thomson's 'Opuscula Entomologica:' Sharp Ent. M. M. vii. p. 204 gives an analysis of fasc. i. ii

D.Marseul., 1871:
De Marseul Nouv. et faits, p. xcix indicates the publication of entomological papers in the 'Histo

Birchall., 1871:
The entomological portion of Robinson's Essay towards a Natural History of Westmoreland c. 1700,

Fauvel., 1871:
For his idea of the definition of a species, Fauvel, Mem. Soc. L. Norm. 2 iv. p. 220 et seq., whos

Harting., 1871:
Also on the general subject of nomenclature of the Inseta, Harting Arch. f. Nat. xxxvii. p. 24 et s

Lewis., 1871:
Lewis, Tr. E. Soc. 1871, p. 317

Agassiz., 1871:
Cf. also Agassiz, Am. Nat. v. pp. 363-350

Anonymous., 1871:
Entomological nomenclature: on the question whether priority or general acceptance is to prevail, cf

Anonymous., 1871:
Acari in collections are to be destroyed by application of heat Loriferne, or by sulphate of carbo

Anonymous., 1871:
Killing and preserving specimens: cf. Ent. v. pp. 228, 245, 263, 276, 319, on real or supposed effec

Bates., 1871:
Collecting: Bates P. Geogr. S. xvi. p. 75 et seq., in his Hints to Travellers, gives some useful

Charriere., 1871:
Charriere, Ann. Soc. Agric. Lyon 4, i. Proc. verb. p. clxxxv, for the same purpose, recommends the

Louvet., 1871:
Preservation of grain: Louvet script. Louvel, C. R. lxxii. p. 120, describes his method of preserv

Smith., 1871:
Malay Archipelago: prefixed to Smith's Catalogue of Indian Aculeate Hymenoptera, P. L. S. xi. p. 285

Anonymous., 1871:
Chili: Taschenberg, in Z. ges. Naturw. xxxviii. pp. 38-42, briefly re-describes the Chilian Creobius

Sprague., 1871:
Camel's Hump, Vermont: Sprague Arch. Tr. Orl. Soc. i. pp. 85-88 gives a list of names of insects o

Cope., 1871:
Wyandotte Cave: Cope, in Indianapolis Journal, 5 Sept. 1871 Ann. N. H. 4 viii. p. 368 , gives a sh

Packard., 1871:
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky: Packard Am. Nat. v. pp. 744-747, figs. 122-127 briefly refers to and figur

Becker., 1871:
Astrakan and Sarepta: Becker Bull. Mosc. xliv. pp. 290-302, in an account of his excursion to Temi

Stevens., 1871:
Entomology in Ireland: under this heading, Stevens Ent. v. p. 860 et seq. gives a list of common s

Anonymous., 1871:
Cf. also Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 182-184.

Hardy., 1871:
Cheviot district: Hardy P. Berw. Nat. Club, 1871, pp. 25l-267 gives a list of the Insecta Col., H

Frey-Gessner., 1871:
Alpine collecting: Frey-Gessner. Mitth. Schw. ent. Ges. iii. p. 318 et seq. gives an account of hi

Ragusa., 1871:
Madonie mountains and woods of Caronia: Ragusa Bull. Ent. Ital. iii. pp. 366-380 gives a detailed

von Heyden., 1871:
Vogelsberg and Pfingsten: von Heyden Ber. Off. Ver. xii. p. 42 et seq. mentions insects observed d

Trimen., 1871:
Geographical distribution and dispersion of Insects: Trimen P. L. S. xi. pp. 276-284 gives instanc

Newman., 1871:
This paper is reproduced by Newman, Ent. v. p. 385 et seq.

Bold., 1871:
Insects injurious to turnips: Bold P. Hexh. Club, 1871, pp. 31-35 enumerates these and their remed

Joannon., 1871:
Cedars injured by an unknown insect are referred to by Joannon in Proc.- verb. of Ann. Soc. Agric. L

von Frauenfeld., 1871:
Insectivorous birds: von Frauenfeld Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. Beih. pp. 12 expounds his reasons for e

Douglas., 1871:
Insects in birds' nests: Douglas Ent. M. M. viii. p. 64 translates and adds to Cornelius's notes i

Macpherson., 1871:
Cf. also Macpherson, Sci. Goss. 1871, p. 190

Claudon., 1871:
Entomological gardens: Claudon Feuil. j. Nat. vii. 1871 publishes a note on this subject

Smith, Porter., 1871:
Insects used as materiae medicoe in China are referred to by Porter Smith in Pharm. J. Tr. 3 p.

Dohrn., 1871:
Insects as personal ornaments: for notes on this subject, cf. Dohrn, S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 424 425.

Anonymous., 1871:
Instances of Insects in the perfect state retaining the head of the larva are referred to in Pr. E.

Muller., 1871:
British gall-insects: Muller Ent. Ann. 1872, pp. 1-22 gives a summary of the recorded observations

Muller., 1871:
Galls on Carex: Muller Pr. E. Soc 1871, p. x. briefly describes some unknown excrescences of this

Davis., 1871:
The mobility of spines on eggs supposed to be an insect's found on the Mallee-bird, is noted by Da

Graber., 1871:
Blood-corpuscles: in Anz. Ak. Wien, viii. pp. 2-5, is an abstract of a proposed paper by Graber, und

Henslow., 1871:
Henslow, Nature, v. p. 123

Reichenbach.; Gleisberg., 1871:
Cf. also Reichenbach Gleisberg, Nunq. Ot, i. pp. 211 222

Riley., 1871:
Natural selection: some general remarks, upholding the Darwinian hypothesis, are made by Riley upon

Anonymous., 1871:
The Recorder has not yet seen this work, in which, from a review in Am. Nat. v. p. 420 eleven new sp

Anonymous., 1871:
The author supplements his former paper on this subject Zool. Rec. vii. p. 280 by publishing the r

Anonymous., 1871:
The Recorder has not yet seen this work, reviewed in Am.0 Nat. v. p. 423 et seq., in which some of t

Anonymous., 1871:
This work is reviewed at some length in Am. Nat. iv. pp. 684-686, where some of the figures are repr

Anonymous., 1871:
The above further instalment of this well-known publication of which Cah. xii. appeared so long ago

Taschenberg., 1871:
Cephus tabidus: Taschenberg, Z. ges. Naturw. xxxviii. p. 306, describes male and female from I. Lesi

Tischbein., 1871:
Nematus ventralis: Tischbein S. E. Z. xxxii. p. 353 describes and figures astonishing neural aberr

Bowles., 1871:
Damages caused by it at Quebec are recorded by Bowles, Canad. Ent. iii, p. 7

v Siebold., 1871:
Nematus ventricosus. v. Siebold, 'Beitrage' c. pp. 106-130, and SB. bayer. Ak. 1871, p. 233, note,

Heylaerts., 1871:
Lophyrus pini: the occurrence of an unexpected second brood of this sp. is recorded by Heylaerts, Ti

Van Vollenhoven., 1871:
Van Vollenhoven, Tijdschr. Eat 2 vi. pp. 237-254, pls. 10-12, gives a further small instalment of

Muller., 1871:
Diastrophus rub: Muller, Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. xx, refers to this species a gall found on Pteris aqui

Anonymous., 1871:
Isosoma hyalipenne, W., from galls on Triticum repens, and Callimome macroptera, W.; from boat-shape

Walker., 1871:
Isosoma: Walker Zool. s. s. vi. p. 2429 et seq. recapitulates published observations on habits, in

Moncreaff., 1871:
Decatoma mellea, Walk., Pteromalus fulviventris, W., and a sp. n. indicated under the name festucae,

Marshall., 1871:
Pezomachus trux, Forst. Marshall Ent. M. M. viii. p. 162 records the discovery of male of this sp.

Tischbein., 1871:
TISCHBEIN S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 155-160 gives a list of the species of Ichneumon of which he has dur

Ratzeburg., 1871:
Ratzeburg SB. nat. Fr. 1871 notes prevalence of small Ichneumons in a Kieferapinner ? Ennomos l

Anonymous., 1871:
An ichneumonidous parasite on Chaerocampa pampinatrix is referred to end figured in i. Rep. Ins. Ont

Tschek., 1871:
Tschek Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. pp. 37-68, under the heading Icbneumonologische Fragmente, i., de

Schenck., 1871:
Chrysis saussurii, Chevr. Schenck S.E.Z. xxxii. p. 253 redescribes this species, found by him near

Chapman., 1871:
Chrysis negleta and ignita, parasites upon Odynerus spinipes. Chapman Ent. M. M. vii. pp. 250-253

Moggridge., 1871:
Aphaenogcuter structor and capitata store seeds of late-fruiting plants, especially Polygonum vulgar

Westwood., 1871:
Formica herculeana is recorded, by Westwood Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. xxxvi as found in the crop of Pic

Lichtenstein., 1871:
Pompilus niger. The insect mentioned by Lichtenstein under this name Zool. Rec. vii. p. 344 as bred

Mulsant.; Mayet., 1871:
Pelopaeus spirifex. Mulsant Mayet Ann. Soc L. Lyon, xviii. p. 311 et seq. give an account of the

Siebold, V., 1871:
Polities gallica and diadema. For very extended observations upon the occurrence in and influence of

M'Lure., 1871:
On artificial swarming, cf. M'Lure, Sci. Goss. 1871, pp. 15-17, fig. 12. Munn's amplified edition of

Giraud., 1871:
Giraud, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull p. lxiii, records the occurrence, near Paris, in the middle o

Vogel., 1871:
Vogel's observations on the principles of bee-breeding are translated in Am. Nat. v. p.17.

Simmonds., 1871:
Apis mellifica. Simmonds, under the head The Honey Trade, gives some interesting statistics of be

D.Selys-Longchamps., 1871:
Merops apiaster: De Selys-Longchamps, Bull. Ac. Belg. 2 xxxi. p. 565, records this bird from Belgi

Smith., 1871:
Parapison. Smith, Tr. Z. S. vii. p. 187, gives the characters of this and Pisonitus, apparently with

M'Lachlan., 1871:
Osmia. M'Lachlan Ent. M. M. viii. p. 93 notices an instance of apparent failure of instinct in a s

Walker., 1871:
Table of genera, p. 3; comparative characters according to variation of structure in different part

Smith., 1871:
Smith Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p.v. notes the mention by Pepys of an observatory bee-hive in 1665. .Rhync

Lichtenstein., 1871:
Halictus. Lichtenstein, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull p. lxxvi, describes nests and parasites cf.

Forster., 1871:
Hylaeus. Forster Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. pp. 872-1084 monographs this genus, repudiating the almost

Puton., 1871:
Puton, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 5 i. p. 91, describes both sexes of an insect which he attributes to Pros

Walker., 1871:
Nova Scotia. Walker Canad. Ent. iii. p. 197 gives a short list of species named by Smith from this

Dietrich., 1871:
Wallis. Dietrich Ent. Blatt p. 21 gives a list of species occurring in this Canton.

Ritsema., 1871:
Wassenaarsche sand-hills. Ritsema, Tijdschr. Ent 2 vi. p. 48, gives a list of species taken here,

Dale., 1871:
Dorset. Rare species are recorded by Dale Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. xxiv from this county.

Rondani., 1871:
Rondani cf. General Subject begins, in Bull. Ent. Ital. iii., a catalogue of parasitic insects i

Stewart, C., 1871:
Cidaris. C. Stewart On the Minute Structure of certain Hard Parts of the genus Cidaris, Q. J. Mic

Troschel., 1871:
The following somewhat abridged systematic arrangement of the regular Sea-urchins is given by Tros

Loven., 1871:
Hyponome sarsi, Loven cf. Zool. Rec. v. pp. 557, 560. Loven's paper was republished in OEfv. Vet A

Verrill., 1871:
VERRILL, Am. J. Sc. 3 ii. pp. 357-362, notices many Echinoderms, Zoophytes, Annelida, c. observed

Anonymous., 1871:
The Holothurioidea are as yet unknown. Tr. Conn. Ac. i. pp. 593-596.

Anonymous., 1871:
The brief notice in Z. ges. Naturw. n. a. iv. p. 283, does not mention if any are new.

Lutken., 1871:
LUTKEN has given a revised list of the Echinodermata occurring on the coast of Denmark, with a very

Bergh, C.A., 1871:
During a trawling-expedition in the summer of 1870, 14 species of Echinodermata were obtained in sha

Agassiz, A., 1871:
On the embryology of Echinoderms, cf. A. Agassiz, Mem. Am. Ac. ix. pp. 1-30, 4 plates. The principal

Hodge, G., 1871:
Forty-three species of Echinodermata are enumerated by G. Hodge Tr. North. Durh. iv. pt 1. pp. 120-

Verrill., 1871:
VERRILL Tr. Conn. Ac i. pp. 568-593 remarks on the following species, most of which he redescribes

Schmarda., 1871:
SCHMARDA Zoologie, i. pp. 234-262 arranges the ECHINODERMATA as follows:- BLASTOIDEA, CYSTIDEA, CR

Laboulbene., 1871:
Ceratitis. Laboulbene, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. pp. 439-443, identifies an Algerian species as C. h

Anonymous., 1871:
States that Waga's fig. of his Adapsilia coarctata in Ann. Soc Ent. Fr. is quite wrong, and his desc

Rondani., 1871:
RONDANI Bull Ent. Ital. iii. pp. 1-24, 161-188, under the title of Ortalidinoe Italicae, complet

Verrall., 1871:
Pipiza notiluca. Verrall notices a substance adhering to the head of an example of this species from

Corbin., 1871:
Corbin Ent v p. 406 records an instance of Eristalis tenax living for certainly 40 hours with no a

Loew., 1871:
Loew l. c. describes the following spp. nn.:-Dolichopus perversus, p. 255, breviusculus, p. 269, Tur

Loew., 1871:
Polymera: Loew Z. ges. Naturw. xxxvii. pp. 263-267, pl. v. figs. 1 2 recharacterizes and discuss

Anonymous., 1871:
For account and figure of proboscis, c, cf, Sci. Goss.1871, pp. 108-110, fig. 65 cf also ibid. p.

Hogg., 1871:
Culex pipiens. Hogg M. Micr. J. vi. pp. 192-194, pl ci. describes and figures battledore-scales,

Perris., 1871:
Ceratopogon. Perris l. e. p. 138 et seq. repudiates Bouches reference of 4 joints to the antennae

Packard., 1871:
The larva and pupa of a Tanypus, or some closely allied genus, are described by Packard, l. e.; they

Packard., 1871:
The larva of Chironomus oceanicus, Pack., is recorded from a depth of 20 fathoms in Eastport harbour

Bree., 1871:
BREE Ent v. p. 312 describes a shower of insects at Bath, which, from an editorial note, appear

Von Grimm., 1871:
VON GRIMM Mem. Petersb. 7 xv. no. 8, translated in Ann. N. H. 4 viii. pp. 31-45,106-115, pl. iii

Kunstler., 1871:
Anthomyia brassicae and haberlandti. Kunstler, ibid., Beih. pp. 38 19, discusses injuries to culti

Walker., 1871:
Nova Scotia: Walker Canad. Ent. iii. pp. 141-144, in a paper headed Notes on some insects of Nova

Anonymous., 1871:
In continuation of Mitth. schw. ent. Ges. ii. p. 9, giving references to authors, and dates and plac

Dietrich., 1871:
Zurich: Dietrich Ent. Blatt. pp. 7-18 enumerates the species found in this Canton .He also l. c. pp

Lockwood., 1871:
LOCKWOOD has observed the habits feeding, spawning, and moulting of Limulus polyphemus, and compar

Anonymous., 1871:
This author also discusses the morphology of Limulus Proc. Bost. Soc. N. H. Oct. 1870, and Am. Nat.

Packard, A.S., 1871:
A. S. PACKARD P. Am. Ass., reprinted in Q. J. Micr. Sci. 2 xi. pp. 263-267, and also abstracted,

Von Siebold., 1871:
Artemia salina. VON SIEBOLD l. c. pp. 197-210 maintains that this animal is by no means hermaphrod

Lutken., 1871:
Lutken Dan. Selsk. Skr. 1870, pp. 279 280 gives a conspectus of the knows boreal spp. of this fa

Bock., 1871:
BOCK Overs. Dan. Selsk. 1870, pp. 83-278 gives the following systematic arrangement of the Norwegi

Sars., 1871:
SARS 'Carcinologiske bidrag til Norges Fauna,' i. Hefte, Christiania, 1870, 4to, pp. 64, pls. 5 ha

Hagen., 1871:
HAGEN has published a very elaborate monograph of the American Astacida written in 1868, and issued

Anonymous., 1871:
Abstracted in Ann. N. H. 4 vii. pp. 219 220 cf. Zool. Rec. vii. p. 194.

Chantran., 1871:
CHANTRAN has continued his observations concerning the development of the Crayfish and its moults. C

Lyttkens., 1871:
LYTTKENS Act. Lund. v. pp. 43-111, 2 pls. has given a very copious and detailed description of the

Stimpson., 1871:
STIMPSON, l. c., characterizes the following new genera and spp. c.:- Collodes trispinotut and nudu

Stimpson., 1871:
STIMPSON has found also a species of Mysis, probably M. relicta, in Lake Michigan: Am. Nat. iv. p. 4

Verrill., 1871:
VERRILL has observed, in the depths of Lake Superior, Mysis relicta and Pontoporia affinis, both ide

Anonymous., 1871:
A few observations concerning Chinese freshwater crabs, kept alive for 40 or 60 days and used extens

Klunzinger., 1871:
Klunzinger's life-like description of a coral-reef in the Red Sea treats, among other things, of the

Brady., 1871:
Bradycinetes brenda Baird=globosa Lillj.=Ast. graenlandica Fischer, Greenland, Norway, Northum

Buchholz., 1871:
Observations on the abundance of several arctic species are given by Buchholz, Erlebnisse der Mannsc

Bock., 1871:
BOCK's exhaustive paper on boreal and arctic Amphipoda Overs. Dan. Selsk. 1870, pp. 83-278, mentio

Anonymous., 1871:
Cf. also Tijdschr. Ent. 2 v. pp. 69-78, pl. i. for a similar paper by this author on these species

Herklots., 1871:
HERKLOTS describes some deformities in the claws of several Crustacea, especially Xantho punctulata

Ritsema., 1871:
Ritsema, Tijdschr. Ent. 2 vi p. 160, notes the occurrence of numbers of Coccinellidoe on a single

D.Borre., 1871:
De Borre Ann. Ent Belg. xiv. c-r. p. xxix records an American sp., on the sides and. abdomen of wh

Vogel., 1871:
VOGEL Nunq. Ot i 1871 pp. 81-166 completes his revision of the. Central and South African spp.,

Tappes., 1871:
TAPPES, Ann. Soc Ent Fr. 5 i. pp. 253-270 continues his paper on the Cryptocephalides d'Europe et

Kunster., 1871:
Oberea linearis: Kunster Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. Beih. p. 65 discusses injuries to cultivated plant

Murray., 1871:
MURRAY, in a further instalment of his List of Coleoptera received from Old Calabar, on the West Co

Vollenhoven, V., 1871:
Batocerides: v. Vollenhoven, l. c. pp. 211-220, pl. 9, enumerates, with locali-ties and bibliographi

Anonymous., 1871:
Cf. also Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull. p. lvii lxvii, where it is proved to be indigenous to Fra

Lichtenstein., 1871:
The larva is said to depart from the known habits of all other Longicorns in living underground, dev

Pettitt., 1871:
Pettitt, Canad. Ent iii. p. 105, enumerates various species from Ontario, some of which are first re

Chevrier., 1871:
CHEVRIER Mitth. schw. ent Ges. iii. pp. 332-330 records, his opinion, founded on personal observat

Ratzeburg., 1871:
RATZEBURG Verh. Ver. Brand. xii. pp. 80-87 publishes an entomo-phytological article, entitled Ueb

Henri Brisout de Barneville., 1871:
Henri Brisout de Barneville, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 x. pp. 287-320, completes his monograph of this

Pascoe., 1871:
PASCOE, Ann. N. H. 4 viipp. 198-222, 258-266pls. xv. xvi., catalogues the spp. of this subfamily

Sahlberg, J., 1871:
Nanophyes lythri: J. Sahlberg Not. Fenn. xi. p. 370 briefly describes a Carelian var.

Des Loges., 1871:
DES LOGES L'Ab. v. pp. 317-428 monographs this sub-family, describing new spp. c.

Drechsel., 1871:
Attelabus curculionides. Drechsel S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 205 206 records a monstrosity in the proth

D.Marseul., 1871:
DE MARSEUL L'Ab. v. pp. 296-316. monographs this sub-family as supplying the necessary link betwee

Kunstler., 1871:
Cleonus sulcirostris. Kunstler Verb. z.-b. Wien, xxi. Beih. p. 50 discusses injuries to cultivated

Chevrolat., 1871:
Cleanus dehaani, Fahr., is a Peribleptus, to which genus Lixus strigosus, Dej., and certain Indian s

Dohrn., 1871:
DOHRN S. B. Z. xxxii. pp. 396-402 commences a revision of this subfamily. According to him, Amycte

Pascoe., 1871:
Antinia, id. ibid. Differs from Episomus in its deep, naked scrobes, which are bent beneath the eyes

Kirsch., 1871:
Kirsch ibid. pp. 173-191 tabulates and describes the German species of Hypera.

Kunstler., 1871:
Sitones. Kunstler Verb. z.-b. Wien zxi. Beih. p. 32 discusses injuries to cultivated plants from s

Riley., 1871:
Riley Canad. Ent. iii. p. 158 refers to silken cocoons spun by larvae of Curculionidae

Pascoe., 1871:
PASCOE P. L. S. xi., June 8, 1871, pp. 154-218, pls. vi-ix. continues his Contributions towards a

Suffrian., 1871:
SUFFRIAN Arch. f. Nat. xxxvii. pp. 122-184 continues his Verzeichniss der von Dr. Gundlach auf de

D.Marseul., 1871:
DE MARSEUL L'Ab. vii. 2 pt. 1870, partly pub. in 1871 completes his monograph of the European memb

Cooke., 1871:
Cooke Pharm. J. Tr. 8 pp. 101 et seq., gives a popular account, with woodcuts, of species repute

Pascor., 1871:
PASCOR, Ann. N. H. 4 viii. p. 351, tabulates the genera of this subfamily, referring to errors in

Haag-rutenbebg., 1871:
HAAG-RUTENBEBG C. H. vii. pp. 24-111, viii. pp. 29-113 commences a revision of this group with whi

Fahraeus., 1871:
Trigonopus lugubris, wahlbergi, p. 283, caffer, moerens, p. 284, micans, dentipes, p. 285, trivialis

Horn., 1871:
Horn Tr. Am. Phil. Soc. xiv n. s. pt. ii 1870 pp. 253-404 pls. xiv. xv. publishes a Revision of t

Fahraeus., 1871:
F angstrom HRAEUS OEfv. Vet. Ak. xxviii. pp. 3-69, 197-291, in de-scribing the species collected b

Desmarest., 1871:
DESMAREST, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 x. Bull. p. xciv, records an unknown Ptinus as destroying an herba

Rey., 1871:
REY, in Ann. Soc. Agric. Lyon 4 i pp. 179-406 pls. i.-xiv., monograph the European members of th

Horn., 1871:
Collops, Horn Tr. Am. Ent, Soc. 1870, pp. 79-84 tabulates the American spp., describing and figuri

Jousset., 1871:
Lampyris noctiluca. Jousset, C. R. lxxiii. p. 629, records his observations on the phosphorescence o

Hardy., 1871:
Eros affinis. Hardy has reared this sp. from larvae taken 5 years previously: Ent. M. M. vii. p. 207

Burmeister., 1871:
Pyrophorus punctatissimus, Bl. Burmeister P. L. S. xi. p. 416 et seq. refers to this sp. the lumin

de Marseul., 1871:
Olocrates paludicola, Ghevr.,=gibbus, F.; Meladeras atnoenus, Muls.,=obscurus, Muls.; Heliopathes si

Weyenberg., 1871:
Elater costeri, Weyenberg. The author S. E. Z. xxxii. p. 270 introduces a novelty in nomenclature

Horn., 1871:
HORN l. c. pp. 209-324, pl. iv. has published Descriptions of new species of Elateridce of the Un

Anonymous., 1871:
Deltometopus, p. 171. Slightly resembling Microrhagus in facies and structure of antennoe. D. falla

Anonymous., 1871:
Deyrollu, p. 168, pl. 7. f. 1, Brazil; diversus, p. 169, ib. f. 2, Petropolis, U. S. A.

Anonymous., 1871:
Frivaldszkii, p. 166, ib. f. 9, Slavonia;

Anonymous., 1871:
Thambus, p. 160. Somewhat like Eucnemis and Dromoeolus, but with the metasternal furrow wanting on t

D.Bonvouloir., 1871:
DE BONVOULOIR, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4x., supplem. dated 1870, published in 1871, has at length bee

de Marseul., 1871:
DE MARSEUL, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 5 i pp. 247-252, applies to this subfamily the rule followed by hims

Saunders, E., 1871:
E. SAUNDERS has published London, Sept. 1871, pp. 171, under the title 'Catalogus Buprestidarum sy

Pellet., 1871:
Callidium verneti, Pellet, Mem. Soc. Ac. Pyr. Or., Pet. Nouv. p. 164, Vernet-lee-bains most probab

Horn., 1871:
Cremastochilus. Horn, l. c. 1871, pp. 339-341, pl. iii., tabulates the American spp., figuring detai

Reiche., 1871:
REICHE, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 6 i. pp. 82 83, reviews the nomenclature of certain European spp. Acc

Mohnike., 1871:
MOHNIKE Arch. f. Nat. xxvii. pp. 224-320, Sep.-abdr., pp. 96, pls. v., vi., vii. revises the spp.

Von Gorup-Besanez., 1871:
Von Gorup-Besanez S. B. Soc. Erlang. 1871, p. 70 gives particulars of the constituent elements and

Mulsant., 1871:
In Proc.-verb. Ann. Soc. Agric. Lyon 4, i. pp. liv lxx, discusses means for destroying this pest

Kunstler., 1871:
Melolontha vulgaris. Kunstler Verh., r.-b. Wien, xxi. Beih. p. 1 discusses injuries to cultivated

Harold., 1871:
Ammaecius. Harold C. H. vii. pp. 1-20 revises this genus. According to him, transsylvanicus, Kust.

Harold, V., 1871:
V. HAROLD B. E. Z. xv pp. 249-287, in the long-delayed 7th part of his Beitrage zur Kenntniss ein

Horn., 1871:
HORN has published two papers in Tr. Am. Ent. Soc.-Description of the species of Aphodius and Dialy

v Harold., 1871:
V. Harold C. H. viii. pp. 1-28 describes Coprophaga found by Beccari in Bogos, N. Abyssinia.

Candeze., 1871:
Candeze Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. c.-r. p. xxiii records many specimens of 42 exotic spp. of Lamellicor

Horn., 1871:
Horn Tr. Am. Ent. Soc. iii. Feb. 1870, pp. 42-61 gives Notes on some genera of Coprophagous Scara

Mulsant., 1871:
MULSANT, Ann. Soc. Agric. Lyon 4, ii. pp. 241-650, under the heading Tribu des Lamellicornes, co

Anonymous., 1871:
In addition to the genera mentioned in Zool. Rec. v. pp. 232 233, and vi. pp. 244-246, the followi

Kaup., 1871:
KAUP B. E. Z. xv. Heft iv. pp. 1-125, pls. 3-7 monographs this subfamily considered by himself a

Laboulbene., 1871:
Elmis aeneus, Mull. Laboulbene, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 4 x. pp. 405-416, pl. 9, fully describes and fi

Kuwert., 1871:
Megatoma undata is recorded by Kuwert S. E. Z. xxxii. p. 305 as breeding in cocoon of Cimbex lutea

Ancey., 1871:
Xylolaemus: Ancey indicates capture of an unknown species at Marseilles which is to form a new genus

Rye., 1871:
M. pictus, Rye, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 75 figured in Ent. Ann. 1872, frontisp. f. 7, 7a, N.E. coast o

Reitter., 1871:
Meligethes: Reitter Verh. Ver. Brunn, ix. Sonderabdr. pp. 135, 6 pls. revises the European spp., 9

Rye., 1871:
C. obscura, Bris., is recorded with some donbt as British by Rye, l. c. vii. p. 274.

Hutchinson., 1871:
Atomaria fimetarii is recorded as occurring in fungus, in some numbers, at York, by Hutchinson, Ent.

Sharp., 1871:
A. badia, Er., from Scotland, by Sharp ibid. p. 74, who notices the discrepancy between Sturm's fi

Mulsant.; Rey., 1871:
Vesperus xatarti. Mulsant and Lichtenstein Ann. Soc. L. Lyon, xviii. pp. 308-310 give a history of

Bold., 1871:
Aleochara villosa, Mann., recorded as British, with some reserve, by Bold Cat. Ins. North. Durh. p.

Fauvel., 1871:
Fauvel L'Ab. v. pp. 479-404 has published some synonymical remarks upon the Brachelytra of Gemming

Lowne., 1871:
Lowne M. Micr. J. v. pp. 267-271, pl. lxxxix., in a paper On the so-called suckers of Dytiscus, a

Rye., 1871:
Parallela, Thoms.,=quadricollis, Aube, sec. descr., id. Ent. Ann. 1872, p. 71.

Kraatz., 1871:
Hister succicola, Thoms,: Kraatz B. E. Z. xv. p. 192 refers to the characters of this sp., suggest

Des Loges., 1871:
H. bicarinatus, Clairv. Des Loges, Mitth. schw. ent. Ges. iii. p. 337, describes a Corsican var. of

Wehncke., 1871:
Hydroporus. Wehncke B. E. Z. xv. p. 165 somewhat adds to the already more than sufficient confusio

Chaudoir., 1871:
CHAUDOIR Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. pp. 21-61 monographs this subfamily, which he divides into Pogonidae

Putzeys., 1871:
Calathus piceus. Putzeys Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. c.-r. p. lxviii, in referring to Belgian localities

Putzeys., 1871:
Amara, Bon. Putzeys L'Ab. 1871, p. 100 monographs the 114 European spp. of this genus. According t

Kunstler., 1871:
Zabrus gibbus. Kunstler Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxi. Beih. p. 12 discusses injuries to cultivated plants

Reiche., 1871:
F. Orthomus occidentalis, des Cottes. Reiche, Mitth. schw. ent. Ges. iii. p. 427, proposes the nam

Anonymous., 1871:
Feronia Paecilus puncticeps and pauciseta, Thoms. The Recorder Ent. M. M. vii, p. 228 objects to

Chaudoir., 1871:
Orthogonius. CHAUDOIR Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. p. 95 et seq. monographs this genus and its allies, whi

Chaudoir., 1871:
Chaudoir Pr. E. Soc. 1871, p. xxxvi demurs to this opinion.

Weyers. von Volxem., 1871:
Panagaeus crux-major. Weyers von Volxem Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. c.-r. 68 refer to a var. of this sp

Rosenhauer., 1871:
Amara crenata and fusca, Dej. Habits described by Rosenhauer, S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 4l2 4l3 .Rhizotr

Rye., 1871:
The following observations occur:-Glycia and Taenioptilon, Mots.,=Rhopalostyla, Chaud.; G. virgata,

Fairmaire., 1871:
E. obscurus, Mull., subparallelus, Fairm., and rivularis, Rosenh., are recorded from Algeria by Fair

Duponchel., 1871:
Chalybe, Castelnau preoccupied, in Lepidoptera, Duponchel, 1836: Ent. M. M. viii. 31, note by Eds. ,

Bates., 1871:
BATES l. c. viii. p. 29 et seq. points out fresh characters for this subfamily in the squamosity

Bates., 1871:
Abaris, Dej. Bates Ent. M. M. vii. p. 218 recharacterizes this genus, which he thinks should be pl

De la Chavignerie., 1871:
De la Chavignerie, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull. p. lxii, notes that C. sericcum and indagator, F.

Holyoak., 1871:
Calosoma: the nocturnally predatorial habits of certain spp. of this genus are mentioned by Holyoak,

Suffrian., 1871:
Carabus nitens and auratus, L.: Suffrian S. E. Z. xxxii. pp. 193-201 enters into a very detailed c

von Volxem., 1871:
Carabus auratus: von Volxem Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. c-r. p. xxv records an arrest of development in a

Pirazzoli., 1871:
Carabus: Pirazzoli Bull. Ent. Ital. iii. pp. 261-281, 305-332 describes the Italian species of thi

Purves., 1871:
Nebria brevicollis: Purves Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. c-r. p. ii records the issue of a specimen of Gord

Sahlberg, J., 1871:
Patrobus picicornis, Zett. J. Sahlberg Not. Fenn. xi. p. 332 indicates differences, possibly of sp

Piccioli., 1871:
PICCIOLI in his Catologo sinonimico e topografico dei Coleotteri della Toscana Bull. Ent. Ital. i

Bates, H.W., 1871:
H. W. Bates, under the heading Notes on Carabidae, and descriptions of new species, has published

Horn., 1871:
HORN, l. c. pp. 97-105, gives a Descriptive Catalogue of the species of Nebria and Pelophila of the

Fairmaire., 1871:
Thaumasocerus rectius Thaumasi-, Thaumast-, vel Thaumatocerus , id. l. c. p. 61 Glaucytides. .Very

Bates, H.W., 1871:
Oxygonia: H. W. Bates Tr. E. Soc. 1871, p. 378 briefly recharacterizes this genus, endorsing its l

Dei., 1871:
By Dei, Bull. Ent. Ital. iii. p. 197 Coccinella .Dei Bull. Ent Ital. iii. pp. 107-109 enumerates

Sharp., 1871:
Sharp Ent. M. M. vii. p. 181, note suggests the word hind-body instead of abdomen, often used

Deyrolle., 1871:
Deyrolle Pet. Nouv. p. 116 notes that the original drawings for the figures of this work are now i

Dejean., 1871:
Dejean's Hist. Nat. Col. d'Europe

D.Marseul., 1871:
De Marseul L'Ab. vii. continues his extracts of descriptions of new spp. c. from Verh. z.-b. Wien

Bethune., 1871:
Bethune Canad. Ent. iii. pp. 27, 88, 114, 134, 155, 172, 186, 211, 227 continues his reproduction

Sauveur., 1871:
Belgium: Sauveur Ann. Ent. Belg. xiv. pp. 74-83 gives a supplement to the Catalogue of Belgian spp

Anonymous., 1871:
Great Britain: the Recorder Ent. Ann. 1872, pp. 23-92 gives his usual summary of the spp. first re

Bedel., 1871:
Bedel, Nouv. et faits, p. lxxxvi, and Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. Bull. p. xxxviii, gives a list of sp

Bertoloni., 1871:
Flood-refuse: Bertoloni Bull. Ent. Ital. iii. pp. 41-46 enumerates spp. taken during a flood of th

Sharp., 1871:
The Scotch fir: Sharp Scot. Nat. i. pp. 36-42 gives a list of spp. recorded as occurring in Gt. Br

Waterhouse, E.A., 1871:
Coleoptera in birds'-nests are recorded by E. A. Waterhouse, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 15. .Instances of d

Crotch., 1871:
Crotch Nature iv p. 66 supports Wollaston's views. Further characters are given for many of the au

Reiche., 1871:
Reiche, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 i. pp. 88-90. Such of these alterations c. as appear worthy of extra

Dohrn., 1871:
Dohrn, S. E. Z. xxxii. p. 434

Chaudoir., 1871:
Chaudoir, Bull. Mosc. xliii. pt ii. pp. 113 114;

Schaufuss., 1871:
Schaufuss, Nunq. Ot. i. p. 159; .Schaufuss Nunq. Ot. i. p. 192 criticizes v. Heyden's Entomologis

Duncan, P.M., 1871:
Caryophyllia cylindracea, Reuss. On its discovery by Carpenter and Jeffreys in 1095 fathoms, off the

Packard., 1871:
On the poisonous nature of living corals, especially the madrepores, due to the darts in the lasso c

Anonymous., 1871:
The following known species nearly all previously described by himself in Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. a

Lutken., 1871:
Chiefly remarkable as a representative of a group which, until its discovery in the British seas by

Robertson, D., 1871:
D. Robertson records Edwardsia carnea and callimorpha, Peachia hastata, Cerianthus lloydi, and Hatca

Kolliker, A., 1871:
A. KOLLIKER, l. c. ii. pp. 11-20, considers the genus Spongioderma to belong to the Gorgoniidae-Bria

Kolliker, A., 1871:
Renilla. A concise summary of the structural characteristics of this group, arranged under 16 heads,

Metschnikoff, E., 1871:
Xantiopus, Kef. E. Metschnikoff Bull. Petersb. xv. p. 502 describes two species of the larval genu

Allman, E.J., 1871:
E. J. ALLMAN has published a monograph of the Gymnoblastic or Tubularian Hydroids Ray Society, Lond

Schulze.; Wittich., 1871:
Schulze Wittich preserve Hydrae, Medusae, c. by allowing them to expand perfectly, and then addin

Beneden, E.; Van., 1871:
E. van Beneden uses weak osmic acid to preserve Medusae and Ctenophora, and concentrated solution of

Schneider.; Rotteken., 1871:
SCHNEIDER ROTTEKEN, SB. oberhess. Ges., March 1871, transl. Ann. N. H. 4 vii. pp. 437-441, have

Lindstrom, G., 1871:
The structure of the operculum in recent and fossil corals of the genera Goniophyllum, Calceola, Rhi

Allman., 1871:
ALLMAN On the Homological Relations of the Coelenterata, Tr. R. Soc. Edinb. xxvi. pp. 459-400, wo

Schmarda., 1871:
SCHMARDA Zoologie, i. pp. 200-233 proposes the following arrangement:-

Newton, A., 1871:
Rupelornis, gen. nov., foss., founded on the lower part of a tibia from the Rupelmonde clay. The typ

Brehm, A.E., 1871:
Pareudiastes gen. nov., probably flightless, the type being

Sharpe, R.B., 1871:
Rallicula gen. nov. the type being

Anonymous., 1871:
This magnificent work Zool. Rec. vii. p. 59 maintains its character. The species figured-are:-Part

Anonymous., 1871:
And S. collaris Zool. Rec. ii. pp. 118, 119 with S. aurita, and that S. badiiventris loc. cit. i

Anonymous., 1871:
A monograph in the author's usual excellent style. He first gives a synonymic and diagnostic list of

Gould, J., 1871:
Pampusana The non-emargination of the first primary considered an in-sufficient character for separa

Gray, G.R., 1871:
A synonymic and descriptive list of the 4 species recognized, one of them, P. alberti, G. R. Gray,

Keulemans, J.G., 1871:
Psittacella, subgen. nov., allied to Psittacula and Euphema, established for

Buxton., 1871:
Mr. Buxton's paper Zool. Rec. v. p. 69 noticed.

Homeyer, E.F.; Von., 1871:
On the synonymy of the birds of these groups.

Magnus., 1871 :
The os uncinatum shown by Dr. Magnus cf. Zool. Rec. vii p. 36 to exist in Phaenicophaeus is identi

Anonymous., 1871:
The comprehensive titles of these valuable papers sufficiently indicate the varied subjects treated.

Anonymous., 1871:
In continuation of former papers Zool. Rec. vi. pp. 51, 52. Only 5 species mentioned, one of which

Anonymous., 1871:
Good notes on some little-known species cf. Zool. Rec. vii. p. 34.

Anonymous., 1871:
Some, if not all, of these appear to have been described in the tenth volume of 'Ann. Lyc. N. York,'

Dole., 1871:
Especially refers to Mr. Dole's paper Zool. Rec. vii. p. 32, of which it contains some important c

Anonymous., 1871:
Two of these have been before noticed Zool. Rec. vii. pp. 51, 59 ; the others belong to Turdidae,

Anonymous., 1871:
Describes a second collection formed by Mr. Crossley Zool. Rec. vii. p. 29. A new species of Cypse

Anonymous., 1871:
In continuation of former papers Zool. Rec. vi. p. 41, vii. p. 29: 21 species, collected by Messrs

Anonymous., 1871:
Contains a good deal of matter, supplementary to his former publications Zool. Rec. vi. p. 40. A n

Anonymous., 1871:
These six parts complete the first volume of the work Zool. Rec. vii. p. 28, which ends with Colum

Finsch., 1871:
Contains a few corrections of and additions to Dr. Finsch's paper Zool. Rec. vii. p. 28, principal

Keulemans., 1871:
A list of the 21 species observed in these islands by the author, who questions the identifications

Anonymous., 1871:
An account of further Zool. Rec. iv. p. 58, v. p. 44, vii p. 26 collections made at Mossamedes, and

Anonymous., 1871:
Notes on 141 species of birds observed by the author in 1870, preceded by a short bibliography of th

Anonymous., 1871:
Concludes the list noticed last year Zool. Rec. vii. p. 23, making 196 species observed.

Anonymous., 1871:
This work Zool. Rec. iv. p. 54 is now finished. The supplementary plates illustrate several specie

Anonymous., 1871:
A few not unimportant additions to the author's former list Zool. Rec. v. p. 39.

Anonymous., 1871:
Additional notes on the distribution of birds in North Germany, and reply to Capt. A. von Homeyer's

Anonymous., 1871:
This fine work, which has been so often noticed Zool. Rec. ii. p. 61, iv. p. 52, v. p. 39, vi. p. 3

Giebel, C.J., 1871:
The same author l. c. iii. pp. 490-498, Taf. v., Ueber die Federmilbengattung Analges Nitzsch,

Giebel, C.J., 1871:
C. J. GIEBEL, Ueber einige Milben, Z. ges. Naturw. iv. pp. 29-82, Taf. i.-iii., figures 12 known s

Donnadieu., 1871:
The same author, Journ. de Zool. pp. 45-52, supposes the Acarus causing the Erinosis of the vine to

Thomas., 1871:
THOMAS Sep. Abdr. Verh. St. Gall. Ges. 1870-71, pp. 1-16 continues his notices of Swiss Phytopti,

Hanwell., 1871:
HANWELL, in Sc. Goss. 1870, p. 99, notes and figures an unnamed species of Acaridea as parasitic i

Canestrini., 1871:
CANESTRINI Ann. Mus. Genov. ii. pp. 5-48, t. i.-iii. records 27 spp. of various genera of Italian

Koch, C., 1871:
C. KOCH, Arch. f. Nat. xxxvii. pp. 52-91, in Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Opilioniden des Mittel-Rhei

Metschnikoff., 1871:
METSCHNIKOFF, in his Entwicklungsgeschichte des Chelifer Z. wiss. Zool. 1871, pp. 513-527, pls. x

Simon., 1871:
SIMON, R. Z. 2 xxiii. pp. 51-59, 97-101, pl. 6, restores the name Heterometrus Hempr. Ehrenb.

Taczanowski., 1871:
Attus. Taczanowski Hor. Ent. Ross. viii. describes the following spp. nn.:-A. Rhanis, Koch jelsk

Simon., 1871:
SIMON, in his Revision des Attidae Europeens, Supplement a la Monographie des Attides Attidae, Su

Peck., 1871:
PECK Amer. Nat iii. p. 50 notices the habits of Lycosa in carrying its young on its back.

Harris., 1871:
HARRIS Ent. Corr. pp. 3, 4, 37 describes, figures, and gives an account of the habits of, but does

Koch., 1871:
Koch l. c. p. 215 removes the genus Arcys from the Thomisides, and forms of it a subfamily of the

Couper., 1871:
COUPER, Can. Ent. i. p. 57, in a paper on Spider's nest, describes the nests of three species of T

Bonizzi., 1871:
BONIZZI An. Soc. Modena iii p. 179 publishes an account of the generation of Pholcus phalangioides

Thorell., 1871:
Lycosa. Thorell Syn. Eur. Spid. 1871 indicates the following synonymy c. andspp. nn.:-L. arenaria

Koch., 1871:
A paper by Koch on Atypus sulzeri, eine Wurgspinne in Europa Zool. Gart. 1871, pp. 289-294 is no

Ausserer., 1871:
AUSSERER, in his Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Arachniden-Familie der Territellariae Verh. z.-b. Wie

Clementi., 1871:
CLEMENTI Am. Ent. i. p. 62 notes the occurrence of Gordius in a Spider; and Hagen ib. p. 69 enum

Bertkau., 1871:
A useful abstract of Bertkau's paper on the structure and use of the falces Arch. f. Nat 1870; cf.

Kneeland., 1871:
KNEELAND, in an article on Sexes of Spiders, in the 'Annual of Scientific Discovery; or year-book

Not given., 1871:
In Scot Nat. i. p. 191, is a list of some rare and local spp. of Scotch Spiders observed by the Reco

Ferrari, P.M., 1872:
P. M. FERRARI, Ann. Mus. Genov. ii. pp. 49-85, catalogues the Ligurian species, 109 in number, with

Beling, T., 1872:
T. Beling, S. E. Z. xxxiii. pp. 322-329, recapitulates instances of the appearance of swarms of the

Allman., 1872:
ALLMAN on Edwardsia, reprinted, Rep. Brit. Ass. 1872, p. 132.

Grube., 1872:
Lists of the Sipunculacea observed at St Vaast la Hougue, Roacoff, and St Malo, are contributed by G

Agassiz, A., 1872:
A. AGASSIZ has announced Am. Natur. vi. p. 636 the startling discovery that Tornaria is not, as su

Anonymous., 1872:
Pontobdella papillata, Grube Australia: JB. schles. Ges. 1871, p. 56.

Jensen., 1872:
Jensen enumerates 10 species of freshwater leeches from Southern Norway: N. Mag. Naturw. xix. pp. 15

Krabbe., 1872:
A very useful synopsis of the Entozoa of the domestic animals horse, ox, sheep, pig, dog, cat, gees

Hering., 1872:
A list of the collection of Entezoa collected by Dr. Hering and presented by him to the Stuttgard Mu

Butschli., 1872:
BUTSCHLI 1 confirms Stieda's and Blumberg's; cf. Zool. Roc. viii. p, 454 important discovery that

Vaillant., 1872:
VAILLANT's paper Zool. Rec viii. p. 450 on the anatomy and acclimatization of Perichaeta diffringe

Kowalewsky., 1872:
KOWALEWSKY, Z. wiss. Zool. xxii. p. 284, publishes short notes on the respiratory and generative org

Greeff., 1872:
GREEFF, SB. ges. Marb. 1872, p. 106, gives a preliminary account of the anatomy of Thalassema and Ec

Metzger., 1872:
In METZGER's Die wirbellosen Thiere der ostfriesischen Kuste, pt. 2, 1871, a few additions to the

Fischer.; Folin., 1872:
Fischer and Folin have published C. R. lxxiv. pp. 750-753 a short account of the most important ty

Lafont., 1872:
LAFONT contributes a list of twenty-three Annulate observed at Arcachon. Act Soc L. Bord. xxviii. pp

Lacaze-Duthiers., 1872:
Lacaze-Duthiers gives practical hints for detecting and disinterring Chaetopteri and Myxicolae on th

Nicholson., 1872:
NICHOLSON, Ann. N. H. 4 x. pp. 277-287, notices three Oligochaetae as dredged in Lake Ontario.

Anonymous., 1872:
This natural system is followed by an artificial system, based on generic characters, forme

Cart., 1872:
Grayella cyathophora Cart. Zool. Rec. vi. p. 650 is noticed as occurring in the Gulf of Suez, with

Carter., 1872:
Rossella g. n. antarctica, Carter, l. c, in company with Tethya antarctica, established on spicule

Greeff., 1872:
The richness of the Sponge-fauna of the Canarian Islands is alluded to by GREEFF, 'Madeira,' c. p.

Hackel., 1872:
HACKEL's on the organization of Sponges and their affinity with Anthozoa is analyzed by Giard in Arc

Clark., 1872:
CLARKs paper on the American Spongilla and the relation of Sponges with the flagellate Infusoria is

Low., 1872:
Both sexes of Aspidiotus visci, Low,=Diaspis Coccus visei Schrank, from the mistletoe, Vienna, are

Signoret., 1872:
SIGNORET, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 5 ii. pp. 33-46, pl. 7 pt. ix. and pl. 9 of the treatise as a whole

Von Frauenfeld., 1872:
Von Frauenfeld, Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxii. pp. 567-572, refers generally to this pest, and especially a

Muller, A., 1872:
A. Muller, Canad. Ent. iv. p. 107, quoting the Report of Scientific Committee of Royal Horticultural

Guein-Meneville., 1872:
Guein-Meneville, R. Z. 2 xxiii. pp. 458-402, summarizes recent observations, adhering to his opini

Riley, C.V., 1872:
Phylloxera vastatrix. C. V. Riley, iv. Rep, Inn. Mo. pp. 55-71, fig. 28, describes and figures the e

Fieber., 1872:
FIEBER, l. c. pp. 30-34, gives the following synonymy affecting species described by Kirschbaum:-Aco

Bold, T.S., 1872:
T. S. BOLD, Tr. North. Durh. iv. pp. 369 370, mentions localities c. of species new to the Northu

Ferber., 1872:
FERBER Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxii. pp. 27-33 gives the results of his examination of the types of the

Stal., 1872:
Lycimna, p. 70. Differs from Sinea and its allies in having the anterior acetabula closed behind. L.

Thomson., 1872:
Thomson, Opusc. Ent. iv. pp. 410-452, revises the Swedish species, adopting various new characters

Stal., 1872:
STAL, OEfv. Ak. Forh. xiii. 1872 no. 7, pp. 37-62, revises the European genera under the subfamili

Puton., 1872:
Reviewed by Puton, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 5 ii. p. 509, who objects to Aphanosoma, Costa, being used fo

Stal., 1872:
ST angstrom L., OEfv. Ak. Forh. xxix. 1872, no. 6, pp. 49-58, under this name revises the European

Riley, C.V., 1872:
Euschistus punctipes, Say. Earlier stages described and figured: it is parasitic upon Doryphora 10-l

Muller, A., 1872:
Picromerus bidens. A. Muller, Tr. E. Soc. 1872, pp. 283-285, narrates the manner in which this insec

Stal., 1872:
The author, ibid. No. 6, pp. 56-68, publishes some addenda to his synopsis of this family:-Subf. Pen

Stal., 1872:
ST angstrom L, OEfv. Ak. Forh. xxix. 1872 No. 3, pp. 31-40, revises the European genera of his fam

Coquerel, C., 1872:
Madagascar. In Aug. Vinson's 'Voyage a Madagascar au couronnement de Radama II.' Paris: 1865, roy.

Marshall, T.A., 1872:
Corsica. T. A. MARSHALL, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 191, gives localities for, and a few general remarks co

Buchanan White, P., 1872:
F. BUCHANAN WHITE, under the heading Notes on Scottish Hemiptera, refers to the habits of various

Gervais., 1872:
Axolotl. II. Gervais describes and figures a dropsical condition of the Axolotl. Journ. Zool. i. 187

Gunther., 1872:
Ixalus. Dr. Gunther describes four new species from Ceylon, A. M. N. H. 1872, ix., viz. I. fimbria

Koch, C., 1872:
Dr. C. KOCH describes the forms and metamorphoses of the Tailless Batrachians of the valley of the L

Peters, Prof., 1872:
Prof. PETERS has examined the typical specimens collected and described by Spix, and revised their n

Jourdain, S.; Mons., 1872:
Mons. S. JOURDAIN draws attention to the distinction of species with small and large larvae. Their d

Shaler., 1872:
Crotalus. Prof. Shaler, in an article headed The Rattlesnake and Natural Selection, observes that

Fatio., 1872:
Is described by Fatio under the name of Tropidonotus fallax. Faune Suisse, iii. p. 153.

Studer., 1872:
Tropidonotus. The snake noticed, by Studer, and said to be new to Switzerland see Zool. Rec. vii. p

Anonymous., 1872:
And that T. sarawacensis, Gunth. Proc. Zool. Soc. 1872, p. 596, also Zool. Rec. vii. p. 84, is a dis

Gunther., 1872:
Leptocalamus, g. n. Calamarid., Gunther, A, M. N. H. 1872, ix. p. 16. Body and tail slender, subcy

Peters., 1872:
Tropidonotus. A direct comparison of the typical specimens by Prof. Peters has shown that T. maculat

Gunther, Dr., 1872:
Dr. GUNTHER has published his seventh Account of New Species of Snakes in the Collection of the Brit

Gunther, Dr., 1872:
Tiaris. Dr. Gunther describes the following new species in P. Z. S. 1872: - T. liogaster p. 592, pl

Gunther., 1872:
Opisthotropis, g. n. Calamarid., Gunther, A. M. N. H. 1872, ix. p. 16. Body and tail moderately sl

Stoliczka., 1872:
Oxyglossus. Notes by Stoliczka, who cannot admit the generic distinction of Phrynoglossus Ptrs.. P

Stoliczka., 1872:
Tachydromus. Dr. Stoliczka states that the number of chin-shields and nguinal pores sometimes varies

Cope., 1872:
Mr. COPE gives a synopsis of the Crotaline species with undivided anal shields and no rattle, Proc.

Anonymous., 1872:
Contains descriptions and synonymy of all the species known. The groundwork of this catalogue is con

Gervais, P., 1872:
Dermatochelys coriacea. Osteology described by P. Gervais, Nouv. Arch. Mus. viii. pp. 199-228, pls.

Anderson, Dr., 1872:
Trionyx. Dr. Anderson states that the Trionyx javanicus of recent authors on Indian Reptiles not of

Anderson., 1872:
Reply by Dr. Anderson, ibid. x. pp. 219-222.

Gray, J.E.; Dr., 1872:
Chelemys. On the genus Chelymys and its Allies from Australia, by Dr. J. E. Gray, P. Z. S. 1872, p

Anonymous., 1872:
3. Claudius megalocephalus, Bocourt, 1868,= C. angustatus, Bocourt, 1870 nec Cope, Miss. Sc Mex. p

Anonymous., 1872:
2. Claudius pictus, sp. n.,= Staurotypus salvini, Bocourt nec Gray, Miss. Sc. Mex. p. 22, pl 5. fi

Cope, E.D., 1872:
In a note entitled Synopsis of the species of the Chelydrinoe, Mr. E. D. Cope revises more particu

Gray., 1872:
This observation is not confirmed by the specimens described by other authors. Gray, A. M. N. H. 1

Gray., 1872:
Testudo Peltastes forstenidescribed and figured by Grayfrom a Celebes specimen, P. Z. S. 1872, p.

Anonymous., 1872:
We may also mention here, for the benefit of those who are interested in. the typical specimens of t

Bavay, M.A., 1872:
New Caledonia. M. A. BAVAY describes 2 Chelonians, 20 Lizards, and 8 Snakes Mem. Soc. L. Norm. xv.

Brenchley, J.L., 1872:
In J. L. BRENCHLEY's 'Jottings during the Cruise of H.M.S. CuraYoa among the South Sea Islands in 18

Espada, Sen., 1872:
Sen. ESPADA describes 4 new Batrachians from Panama and Ecuador. An. Soc. Esp. i. 1872, pp. 85-88.

Cope, E.D., 1872:
Central America. Mr. E. D. COPE enumerates 10 Snakes from Darien, P. Ac. Philad. 1871, pp. 200-203;

Bocage, B.; Du., 1872:
Africa. Prof. B. DU BOCAGE describes 7 new Lizards and 2 Snakes from the Portuguese Possessions. Jor

Grandidier, M., 1872:
Madagascar. M. GRANDIDIER has noticed 18 new species in Ann. Sc. Nat. xv. 1872.

Thwaites, G.H.K., 1872:
Collected by Mr. G. H. K. Thwaites, A. M. N. H. 1872, ix. pp. 85-88.

Peters, Prof., 1872:
Celebes. Prof. PETERS enumerates 26 Reptiles, of which 7 are Frogs, from Gorontalo and the Togian Is

Anonymous., 1872:
Has also appeared in Ann. Mus. Genov. iii. pp. 27-45, illustrated with 5 plates.

Peter, Prof., 1872:
Prof. PETERS'S paper on Reptiles from Sarawak see Zool. Record, viii. p. 78

Gunther., 1872:
Borneo. Dr. GUNTHER has worked out the herpetological fauna of this island. P. Z. S. 1872, pp. 586-6

Beddome., 1872:
Descriptions of new species from the Madras Presidency have been published by Major Beddome in Madra

Anonymous., 1872:
6. Notes on various new or little-known Indian Lizards. J. A. S. B. 1872, pp. 86-135, pls. 2-5. Th

Stoliczka., 1872:
Dr. STOLICZKA contributes the following papers:-1. An account of his visit to Kachh Cutch , where he

David., 1872:
China. In a report by the Abbe DAVID of his travels in Western China Nouv. Arch. Mus. vii. 1872 187

Anderson, J., 1872:
Central Asia. Notes on some Persian, Himalayan, and other Reptiles, by J. Anderson. P. Z. S. 1872

Doderlein, Prof., 1872:
Sicily. In a sketch of the Vertebrate Fauna of Sicily, Prof. Doderlein enumerates the Reptiles and B

Anonymous., 1872:
We noticed the first volume of this careful monograph in Zool. Rec. vol. vi. p. 4. The present volum

Greeff., 1872:
GREEFF'S paper on theVorticellidae cf. Zool. Rec. vii. viii. is translated in Ann. N.H. 4 ix.

Kent, W.S., 1872:
W. S. KENT has laid before the Roy. Micr. Soc. observations on the minute collared flagellate Infuso

Calvert.; Sanderson.; Ferrier., 1872:
On the question of Heterogenesis and Archebiosis, cf. Hartley and Crace-Calvert, P. R.Soc. xi

Van Beneden., 1872:
Van Beneden's previous researches on the evolution of Gregarinae are reprinted in J. Zool. i. pp. 13

Stuart., 1872:
F. STUART, Z. wiss. Zool. xxii. p. 290, shortly describes the gemmiparous propagation of Collozoum i

Archer., 1872:
ARCHER shortly mentions various Irish freshwater Rhizopoda, Fhgellata, c.: Q. J. Micr. Sc. xii.

Sars, G.O., 1872:
According to G. O. SARS Forh. Selsk. Chr. 1871 p. 250, is filled with an enormous number of browni

Whiteaves., 1872:
WHITEAVES mentions shortly the Foraminifera and Polycystina found by deep-sea dredging in the Gulf o

Schmidt, O., 1872:
O. Schmidt'r on Coccoliths and Rbabdoliths cf. Zool. Rec. viii. p. 480 in Ann. N. H. 4 x. pp. 35

Anonymous., 1872:
76 species: cf. C. R. lxxiv. p. 751, on the Foraminifera, dredged off Cape Breton.

Anonymous., 1872:
Mr. COPE includes these fishes with the Fistulariidae, Centriscidae, and Gastrosteidae in a divisio

Gunther., 1872:
Alosa. The Shad of the lakes of Northern Italy is described in detail, and its relations to A. vulga

Anonymous., 1872:
Salmo fario. Prof. Traquair describes a Trout with malformed caudal fin, the so-called tailless Tro

Gunther., 1872:
Nannostomus, g. n. Characin., Gunther, P. Z. S. 1872, p. 146, from Demerara. Allied to Lebiasina. Do

Sauvage, H.E., 1872:
H. E. Sauvage has found that the various degrees of development of the termination of the vertebral

Costa., 1872:
C. tab.-A note, on this fish by Costa Ann. Mus. Napol. vi. 1871, p. 88, t. 2. fig. 1.

Gasco., 1872:
Vexillifer, g. n., Gasco, Bull. Assoc. Nat. e Med. Napol., April 1870, pp. 59-61. This is evidently

Lutken., 1872:
Macruridoe, Dr. Lutken makes notes on an example of Malacocephalus loevis from the Danish coast, and

Gunther., 1872:
Symphorus, g. n., Gunther, A. M. N. H. 1872, ix. p. 428. Allied to Dentex, but with the praeopercu

Bleeker., 1872:
Dules. Dr. Bleeker describes 3 species of this genus, which he refers to Moronopsis Gill = Paradul

Canestrini., 1872:
Italy. Prof. CANESTRINI has compiled the ichthyological part of the Fauna d'Italia. Parte III. Pesc

Castelnau., 1872:
And still later as Neosphyrana multiradiata g. et sp. n. by Castelnau, Proc. Zool. Soc. Victor. 18

Gunther., 1872:
Lanioperca, g. n. Apogonin., Gunther, A. M. N. H. 1872, x. p. 183. Body compressed, rather elongat

Gunther., 1872:
Ceratodus. A condensed account of its organization by Dr. Gunther, in Pop. Sc. Rev. 1872, pp. 257-26

Lutken., 1872:
There is appended to it a post-script by Dr. Lutken also printed in Vid. Medd. 1872, pp. 79-84, in

Willemoes-Suhm, R.V., 1872:
A German translation of Dr. Lutken's paper on Ganoids see Rec. vi. pp. 125, 138 , by R. v. Willemoes

Gill, Theodore., 1872:
No. 247 of the Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections contains an Arrangement of the Families of Fis

D.Sanctis, L., 1872:
L. DE SANCTIS distinguishes five cerebral types in the class of Fishes Panceri De Sanctis,'Sopra

Cope., 1872:
River Amazons. Prof. COPE has examined a collection from the Ambyiacu River, a tributary of the Amaz

Klunzinger., 1872:
Besides some smaller additions to this fauna made by the Recorder, which do not require particular n

Day, F., 1872:
Notes on Fish collected by Dr. Stoliczka in Kachh Cutch , by F. DAY. J. A. S. B. 1872, pp. 258-260

D.Brito Capello, M., 1872:
M. DE BRITO CAPELLO has concluded his list of the species from Madeira, the Azores, and Portuguese p

Doderlein., 1872:
In a sketch of the Vertebrate Fauna of Sicily, Prof. Doderlein enumerates the fishes found in or rou

Ninni, A.P.; Dr., 1872:
Dr. A. P. NINNI gives a list of twelve fishes which propagate in the lagunes of Venice; four species

Monti, M., 1872:
In the introductory part of his treatise the author notices an-other work on the fishes of this dist

Pavesi, P., 1872:
Prof. P. PAVESI has published a separate pamphlet, entitled ' I Pesci e la pesca nel Cantone Ticino,

Dybowski, B., 1872:
B. DYBOWSKI has published diagnoses of 23 species from the River Amur and its tributaries, in Verh.

Martens, D.V., 1872:
Dr. v. MARTENS has published an article on some of the nest-building fishes. Zool. Gart. 1872, pp. 1

Poey, F., 1872:
F. POEY, in his Plantilla descriptiva ictiologica An. Soc. Esp. i. pp. 17-31 makes general remar

de Borre, P., 1872:
An exhaustive analysis of this memoir is given by P. de Borre in CR. ent. Belg. 1872, pp. xviii-xxii

Thomas., 1872:
Thomas describes the following new species:-Copriophora mucronata, Canad. Ent. iv. p. 17, Washington

Girard., 1872:
OEcanthus pellucens, Scop. Girard notes the discovery of this abundantly at Champigny and other loca

Lucas., 1872:
In the 'Melanges Orthopterologiques,' fasc. iv., the author revises all his previous works, with man

Anonymous., 1872:
The greater part of the recent additions to the fauna were diagnosed by the author in the MT. schw.

Heyden, L.; Von., 1872:
L. VON HEYDEN notices 10 known species collected by Noll and Grenacher in the island of Teneriffe. B

Walker., 1872:
WALKER gives a list of 26 species of this order found in America north of the United States. Canad

Anonymous., 1872:
Attention is called in P. E. Soc. 1872, p. xxv, to the fact that Merops persicus is known to line it

Joly, E., 1872:
This very important article contains an amplification of the views already promulgated by E. Joly c

Ritsema., 1872:
Clothilla inquilina. Ritsema Alb. Nat. 1872, p. 255 notes an instance recorded in Arch. path. Anat

Muller, A., 1872:
Thrips. A. Muller notices damage to framed engravings caused by the insects getting between the pape

Lucas., 1872:
Iapyx solifugus Haliday. Lucas notices its discovery in Burgundy, and discusses the homology of the

Eaton, A.E., 1872:
A. E. Eaton has determined 9 British species and 5 genera. Ent. M. M. ix. p. 120.

M'Lachlan., 1872:
Brachycentrus. M'Lachlan records that W. C. Boyd has reared young larves from the egg, and that they

M'Lachlan., 1872:
M'Lachlan notices the occurrence of a species of this family, apparently a Limnophilus, in the Falkl

Anonymous., 1872:
The Recorder, Ent. M. M. ix. pp. 99-104, 168-176, has commenced a series of articles as Instruction

Oustalet., 1872:
In Ann. Sc. Geol. ii. is a memoir by OUSTALET see ante, p. 224 on the fossil insects of the tertia

Lucas, H., 1872:
Eucorybas grandidieri cf. Zool. Rec. ii. pp. 376 378. H. Lucas gives an elaborate account of thi

Humbert, A., 1872:
This paper is analyzed and reviewed by A. Humbert, J. Zool. ii. pp. 189-191.

Meinert, F., 1872:
Polyzonium germanicum Gerv. Waga. F. Meinert has a monograph on this species, found in Denmark,

Sars., 1872:
SARS, Remarkable Forms, c. pp. 1-18, pl. 1, and pl. 2. figs. 1-24.

Sars, M., 1872:
Rhabdopleura Allman, 1869=Halilophus M. Sars, Forh. Selsk. Chr. 1868, p. 112.

Anonymous., 1872:
Z. wiss. Zool. xxii. pp. 467-471.

Nitsche, H., 1872:
H. NITSCHE confirms this observation, explaining how the larvae can leave the living parent body, al

Metschnikoff, E., 1872:
E. METSCHNIKOFF has observed that in Alcyonella the eggs formed originally within the parent animal

Anonymous., 1872:
And Z. wiss. Zool. xxii. pp. 281 282.

Smitt., 1872:
Prof. SMITT replies to Nitsche on the development of Bryozoa. Q. J. Micr. Soc. 2 xii. pp. 246-248.

Nitsche, H., 1872:
H. NITSCHE states, in opposition to E. Metschnikoff, that in Cyphonautes the intestine, like every o

Anonymous., 1872 :
And Q. J. Micr. Soc. 2 xii. pp. 395-397.

Allman., 1872:
Cyphonautes. Prof. ALLMAN, who observed this organism in considerable abundance in the Moray Firth,

Anonymous., 1872:
Arch. Anat. Phys. 1871, pp. 489-529, pls. 13 14.

Hartmann, R., 1872:
Prof. R. HARTMANN'S anatomical and microscopical researches into the organization of Halodactylus di

Peach, C.W., 1872:
C. W. Peach preserves compound Ascidians in Canada balsam, after drying them on cotton or linen rag

Anonymous., 1872:
He also discusses the development of the compound Ascidia observed at Roscoff: Arch. Z. exper. i. pp

Giaid., 1872:
Abstracted, with critical remarks, by Giaid, Arch. Z. exper. i. pp. 397-404.

Hancock, A., 1872:
Although in the longitudinal plaits of the branchial sac and the simple mass of the genital organ th

Kupffer., 1872:
Another abstract of the same, illustrated by a plate containing figures copied from Kupffer's paper

Lacaze-duthiers., 1872:
LACAZE-DUTHIERS recapitulates the researches of Kowalewsky, Kupffer, and others Zool. Rec. vii. pp.

Rusconi., 1872:
And that the true conformity of development goes no further than the formation of Rusconi's cavity a

Donitz., 1872:
Although differing in some points from the views brought forward by Donitz see Zool. Rec. vii. p. 1

Metschnikoff, E., 1872:
E. METSCHNIKOFF, having repeated his researches concerning the first development of the Ascidia, agr

Kowalewsky, S., 1872:
A KOWALEWSKY'S paper cited in Zool. Rec. viii. p. 176, treats chiefly of the development of Phallusi

Hertwig's, O., 1872:
According to O. HERTWIG'S researches, the mantle of the Tunicata is composed of three layers:-1. The

Anonymous., 1872:
It agrees very nearly with that published in Bull. Mus. C. Z. iii. see Zool. Rec. viii. p. 176.

Fischer, P., 1872:
Platidia davidsoni Eudes-Deslongchamps, hitherto only known from the Mediterranean, has been found

Soubeiran, L.; Austchysky.; Rochebrune., 1872:
Communications on oyster-breeding in South-western France, by L. SOUBEIRAN, AUSTCHYSKY, and ROCHEBRU

Metzger, A., 1872:
Ostrea edulis L.. Oysters are found at Wangeroog, Juist, and other islands on the shore of East Fr

S.; Clessin., 1872:
Anodonta. S. Clessin comes to the conclusion that all the forms found in mid-Europe, and usually dis

Baudon., 1872:
P. arciforme Malm, var., Jensen N. Mag. Naturv. ?, 1872, p. 178 sep. print, p. 76, pl. 1. figs

Verkruzen., 1872:
Verkruzen repeats his observations concerning this animal see Zool. Rec. viii. p. 105 in his journ

Brogger., 1872:
Xylophaga dorsalis Turt.. Some particulars concerning its boring, by Brogger, Bidrag Kristianiafj.

Panceri, P., 1872:
The luminous organs of Pholas are formed by ciliated epithelium, containing in its cells the special

Sars., 1872:
Pecchiolia Meneghini, R.Z. 1852=Hippagus Philippi, nec Lea=Verticordia S. Wood. P. abyssicola

Dall., 1872:
Gadinia. Dall defends his identification of Rowellia Carp. with this genus, and substitutes the na

Lacaze-duthiers, H.; De., 1872:
H. de LACAZE-DUTHIERS distinguishes several lobes of different signification in the cerebroid or pos

Bland.; Binney., 1872:
The known facts as to the lingual dentition of genera and subgenera referred to the subfamily Succin

Crosse.; Fischer., 1872:
Berendtia Crosse Fischer, 1869. General shape of shell that of Clausilia, but without plaits or

D'Ancona, C.; Prof., 1872:
Nearly allied to H. olivieri Fer.. This name is not from the town of Ancona, but from that of Prof

Binney.; Bland., 1872:
For the Mexican species of Patula, see Helix.

Fischer.; Crosse., 1872:
Zonites. Fischer Crosse, Moll. terr. et fluv. du Mexique, pp. 153-178, admit this genus in its wid

Schako, G., 1872:
Punctum Helix pygmaea Drap. Jaw composed of 19 plates and horseshoe-shaped; radula exhibits the t

Fischer.; Crosse., 1872:
Philomycus Tebennophorus salloei Crosse Fischer, 1869; its anatomy and external characters desc

Prof SEMPER.C., 1872:
Prof. C. SEMPER points out some mistakes in the anatomical descriptions given by Stoliczka see Zool

Sars, M., 1872:
Gonieolis Gonioelis , g. n. A distinct mantle-border, which gives a square form to the body. Tentacl

Vaillant, L., 1872:
Are thus arranged by L. Vaillant, N. Arch. Mus. vii. pp. 181-200 :-1. Serpulorbis Sassi: operculum

Morch., 1872:
The genera of this family, adopted by Morch P. Z. S. 1861 1862

Tryon, G.W., 1872:
G. W. Tryon opposes J. Lewis's identifications of several described species of Anculosa, Lithasia, S

Morch., 1872:
Melania amarula L.. The species allied to and often confounded with it are thus arranged:-1. amara

Brot, A., 1872:
Melania truncata, thiarella, granifera, decollata, asperata, carinifera, laevigata, coarctata, corru

Crosse., 1872:
Ovula caledonica Crosse, 1871 fully described by Crosse, J. de Conch. x. p. 62, pl. 2. f. 1, New C

Meyer.; Mobius., 1872:
The radula, figs. 13 14, contains about 26 transverse short denticulated plates, and is therefore

Salensky, W., 1872:
Trochita Calyptraa chinensis L.. Its development described by Salensky in Trans. 3rd Meeting of R

Woodward, H., 1872:
H. WOODWARD compares the chambered structure of Nautilus with the void spaces found almost regularly

Hyatt., 1872:
HYATT's elaborate paper on the embryology of the fossil Cephalopods Bull. Mus. C. Z. iii. no. 5 co

Anonymous., 1872:
He proposes to introduce pearls of Mytilus into the living Alasmodon to improve them, and also to wa

Martens, E.V., 1872:
Suppl. id. Verh. Berl. Ges. Anthropol. 1872, pp. 154-156.

Martens, E.V., 1872:
Instances of the use of shell-fish as food, and of shells for culinary, ornamental, or other purpose

Anonymous., 1872:
An abstract of it also in Verh. Berl. Ges. Anthropol. 1872, pp. 19-22.

Strobel., 1872:
STROBEL, treating of the shells chiefly of the genus Unio found in prehistoric remains of human dw

Martens, E.V., 1872:
E. V. MARTENS mentions that this Unio has also been found with Roman antiquities near Mannheim, and

Martens, E.V., 1872:
24 sea-shells from Alaska enumerated one new, and their geographical range discussed by E. v. Mart

Dall, W.H., 1872:
W. H. DALL describes some new species from N. W. America, and. remarks that no Haliotis occurs at th

Anonymous., 1872:
He also describes some new shells from California and the N. W. coast of America, and corrects state

Stearns, R., 1872:
R. STEARNS describes some new Californian shells 1 Monoceros, 2 Ocinebra, and discusses the geogra

Weinkauff, H.C.W., 1872:
H. C. W. WEINKAUFF discusses the geographical distribution of the shells of the Red Sea, chiefly tho

Martens., 1872:
The shells collected on the shores of Tierra del Fuego, in the Magellan Straits, and on the Falkland

Jeffreys, J.G., 1872:
Out of the 282 species of marine mollusks enumerated in Gould's Report on the Invertebrate of Massac

Ulianin, B., 1872:
Black Sea. B. ULIANIN gives a list of 43 shelly Gastropods, 40 Bivalves, and 5 Nudibranchs, observed

Gervais., 1872:
And the diagnoses of the then new species copied. GERVAIS, J. Zool. i. pp. 193-195.

Targioni-tozzetti., 1872:
A list of the Cephalopods of the Mediterranean is extracted from the papers on the same subject by T

Fischer, P.; D.F.lin, L., 1872:
In notes on dredgings in the fosse du Cap Breton, P. FISCHER and L. DE FOLIN C. R. lxxiv. p. 750,

Jeffreys., 1872:
Some of these are probably so referred in error; for example, Valvata tricarinata, which Jeffreys s

Gonzales Hidalgo., 1872:
The land-shells collected by the scientific commission sent by the Spanish Government, in 1862-1865,

Gulick, M., 1872:
Some observations concerning the distribution of the subgenera of Achatinella in the Sandwich Island

Anonymous., 1872:
Some critical notes concerning it will be found in J. de Conch. xxi. pp. 91-94.

Gassies, J.B., 1872:
The new edition of J. B. GASSIES'S Fauna of New Caledonia, forming a part of Act. Soc L. Bord. see

Brazier., 1872:
BRAZIER gives some notes concerning the synonymy and localities of several Australian and Western Po

Theobald, W.; Stoliczka, F., 1872:
Several species of land-shells found in Burmah and Arakan are mentioned, and 8 described as new, by

Godwin-austen., 1872:
Some new species of land and freshwater shells from the Khasi, North Cachar, and Naga hills, N.E. Be

Blanford, W.T., 1872:
The Himalayan, Assamese, Burman, and Cingalese species of Clatcsilia are enumerated, described, and

Morch., 1872:
Nicobar Islands. The land and freshwater shells of these islands are critically reviewed, and many n

Morch., 1872:
The land and freshwater shells described at the close of the last century by Chemnitz and Spengler a

Crosse.; Fischer., 1872:
Madagascar. 2 new freshwater shells described by CROSSE and FISCHER, J. de Conch. xx. pp. 209 210.

Martens., 1872:
MARTENS, Nachr. mal. Ges. 1872, pp. 58 59.

Jeffreys, J.G., 1872:
St. Helena. 15 species of land-shells found by J. C. Melliss on this island are enumerated by J. G.

Anonymous., 1872:
21 species one from Alexandria, the rest from Habab and Hamaszen, Abyssinia are described by the s

Jickeli., 1872:
Preliminary notes on the land and freshwater shells of the environs of Alexandria, Cairo, Massowa, a

Blanford., 1872:
Beloochistan. Some preliminary notes on its fauna, of which the Mollusca are apparently very scarce,

Fedtschenko., 1872:
Turkestan. Notes on land shells collected by Fedtschenko are given by the Recorder, SB. nat. Fr. 187

Schmidt, Friedr., 1872:
Siberia. Land and freshwater mollusks observed near the mouth of the Jenisei are mentioned by Friedr

Martens, E.V., 1872:
Greece. The land and freshwater shells known from the Peloponnesus 76 species are reviewed by E. v

Westerlund, C.A., 1872:
Land-Shells Collected at Gibraltar including a new Pupa, Algiers, Tunis, and Malta by J. Lindahl,

Gredler, V., 1872:
The following species are added by V. GREDLER to his former list of land and freshwater shells from

Martens, E.V., 1872:
The land and freshwater mollusks of Alsace cf. Zool. Rec viii. p. 124 are compared with those of t

Pire, M., 1872:
Belgium. The following lists of land and freshwater Mollusks are published in Bull. Mal. Belg. vii.:

Westerlund, C., 1872:
Are mentioned by C. WESTERLUND, Nachr. mal. Ges. 1872, p. 26.

Pire., 1872:
Cf. also a paper by Pire, Brussells, 1871, 7 pp., 2 pls.

Broeck, Van D., 1872:
VAN D. BROECK suggests that the difficulty encountered by flat-shelled mollusks in making their way

Meyer., 1872:
Oysters kept in water with 1-8-12 percent salt lived for some time, but became very thin. Meyer, Nac

Semper, C., 1872:
The growth of Limnaea stagnalis is much slower if young individuals are confined in society than whe

Sivers, J.V., 1872:
A specimen of Helix pomatia lived for 11 months without feeding, and slept for 17 weeks. Its weight

Doring, A., 1872:
The chemical composition of the shell of 7 species of Pulmonata and 4 of freshwater bivalves has bee

Anonymous., 1872:
And P. R. Soc. xviii. 1870, p. 529 omitted from preceding vols. of Zool. Rec..

Macalister, A., 1872:
Cf. also Observations on the mode of growth of discoid and turbinated shells, by A. Macalister, An

Ganin, Prof., 1872:
In some remarks on the development of various genera of Prosobranchia 3rd meeting of Russian natura

Jobert., 1872:
And JOBERT J. de l'Anat. 1871, p. 611 also discuss the feelers and the epithelium of the sensitive

Flemming, W., 1872:
W. FLEMMING Arch. mikr. Anat. vi. 1870, p. 410

Lankester, E.R., 1872:
E. R. LANKESTER adds to these observations, that in the Nudibranchiata the auditory capsule develops

Anonymous., 1872:
Although it is not yet proved by experiment that these otocysts are really the special organs for he

Anonymous., 1872:
Complete volumes have been published of the following Conchological Journals for 1872:-Malakozoobgis

Macalister, A., 1872:
Phascolomys latifrons. Notes by A. Macalister, with figure of skull, P. Z. S. 1872, pp. 497-502.

Turner, Prof., 1872:
As regards Mesoplodon, Prof. Turner comes to the same conclusion as Prof. Flower. Trans. R. Soc. Edi

Flower, Prof., 1872:
Ziphius. In a paper published in the Trans. Zool. Soc. viii. 1872, pp. 203-234, Prof. Flower has col

Holdsworth., 1872:
Orca rectipinna Cope. A Cetacean with a similar dorsal fin has been seen by Holdsworth on the coas

Burmeister., 1872:
Pseudorca. Globiocephalus grayi Burm. is a distinct species of this genus. Burmeister A. M. N. H

Turner, Prof., 1872:
Monodon monoceros. Prof. Turner has found that the Narwhal, at a very early stage of development, ha

Fischer, P., 1872:
Physeter. P. Fischer has compiled a list of the Cachalots known to have been stranded on the coasts

Dwight, T.; Dr., 1872:
Balaenoptera musculus. Dr. T. Dwight has given a detailed description of the skeleton in the possess

Anonymous., 1872:
Translated in A. M. N. H. 1872, x. pp. 413-418.

Burmeister, Prof., 1872:
Balaenoptera. Prof. Burmeister distinguishes now three species from the Argentine coasts:-B. patacho

Brandt, J.F.; Prof., 1872:
Prof. J. F. BRANDT has published a preliminary notice of a memoir on which he is engaged on a new

Krauss, F.; Dr., 1872:
Dr. F. Krauss describes the pelvic bones, Arch. Anat. Phys. 1872, pp. 257-292, Taf. 9 and 10.

Murie, Dr., 1872:
Manatus americanus. A very elaborate monograph On the Form and Structure of the Manatee by Dr. Mur

Cornely., 1872:
Note referring to its natural history by Cornely, Bull. Soc. Acclim. 1872, p. 791.

Murie, Dr., 1872:
Dr. MURIE has examined the horns, viscera, and muscles of two Giraffes which perished by fire in tho

Brooke, V.; Sir., 1872:
Nanotragus. Sir V. Brooke regards Nanotragus, Calotragus, Scopophorus, Nesotragus, and Oreotragus as

Gray, Dr., 1872:
Antilope. Dr. Gray figures the skulls of the following Antelopes in Catal. Rumin. Mamm.:-Nesotragus

Gray, Dr., 1872:
Tapirus. Dr. Gray describes some specimens of Hairy Tapir from Ecuador as T. leucogenys, sp. n., P

Fitzinger, L.J., 1872:
Dasypus. L. J. Fitzinger has compiled a synopsis of the species. SB. Ak. Wien, 1871, lxiv. pp. 209-2

Fitzinger, L.J., 1872:
Manis. L. J. Fitzinger has compiled a synopsis of the species. SB. Ak. Wien, 1872, lxv. pp. 75.

Anonymous., 1872:
This is the continuation of the paper noticed in Zool. Rec. viii. p. 14, where it is erroneously sta

Anonymous., 1872:
Two other new species from the same country are M. chevrieri, p. 288, pl. 40. fig. 2, and M. pygmaeu

Fischer, F.; Von., 1872:
Mus decumanus. F. von Fischer calculates that a single pair might have, after 10 years, a progeny of

Schobl, Dr., 1872:
Mus. Dr. Schobl has recognized the external ear of mine as an organ of touch. Arch. mikr. Anat. vii.

Anonymous., 1872:
Pteromys magnificus Hodgs. figured, P. Z. S. 1872, pl. 50.

Martens, V.; Dr., 1872:
Dr. V. MARTENS has published an article on the names of Rodents in various languages. Zool. Gart. 18

Hector.; Webb., 1872:
Arctocephalus. Notes on the Fur-seal of New Zealand A. cinereus ?, by Hector Webb, Trans. N. Z.

Hensel, Dr., 1872:
Dr. Hensel relates his experiences with the domestic dog in Southern Brazil. Zool. Gart. 1872, pp. 1

Jeitteles, Prof., 1872:
Canis. Besides the common wolf, Prof. Jeitteles divides the wild dogs into two groups:-a. The jackal

Milne-Edwards, M.A., 1872:
Felis. M. A. Milne-Edwards continues his account of the Chinese species in Rech. Mammif.:-F. irbis

Giebel., 1872:
Giebel makes some remarks on the skulls of F. concolor, F. eyra, and F. yaguarundi. Zeitschr. ges. N

Philippi., 1872:
Felis. Philippi describes and figures F. guinna Mol. and the skulls of F. colocolo and F. pajeros.

Dobson., 1872:
T. kachhensis, sp. n., Dobson, J. A. S. B. 1872, p. 221, Cutch.

Peters., 1872:
MORMOPES. Prof. Peters gives a synopsis of the bats belonging to this group, viz. 2 spp. of Mormops,

Dobson, G.E., 1872:
Mr. G. E. DOBSON has published Notes on some species of Chiroptera collected by W. Theobold, Esq.,

Hutton, T.; Capt., 1872:
Capt. T. HUTTON has given an account of the Bats of the North-western Himalayas in P. Z. S. 1872, pp

Gray., 1872:
The skull regarded by Dr. Hector as a young Arctocephalus cinereus is referred to Gypsophoca by Gray

Gervais, Prof., 1872:
Prof. GERVAIS describes various forms of brain of this family. Journ. Zool. i. 1872, pp. 2-27, pl. 2

Gray, Dr., 1872:
Dr. GRAY has revised the systematic division of the genera of this family, P. Z. S. 1872, pp. 846-86

Reinhardt, Prof., 1872:
Ateles. Prof. Reinhardt considers it improbable that two closely allied species should inhabit the s

Anderson., 1872:
Macacus brunneus Anderson. Further remarks on its external characters and anatomy, by Anderson, P.

Murie, Dr., 1872:
Cuon Cyon . Dr. Murie regards the Indian wild dogs, which have been specifically separated, as varia

Hartmann, R., 1872:
R. HARTMANN has examined the same subject, in a paper entitled Beitrage zur zoologischen und zootom

Schweinfurth, Issel., 1872:
That the Central-African Chimpanzee observed by Issel, Schweinfurth, and others see Zool. Rec. vii.

Giglioli, E.H., 1872:
Troglodytes niger. E. H. Giglioli attempts to show in a very long paper, entitled Studii craniologi

Anonymous., 1872:
Is known to the Recorder only from a notice in Arch. f. Nat. 1872, ii. p. 53, according to which the

Hutton, F.W.; Knox., 1872:
New Zealand. On Bats of New Zealand, F. W. HUTTON KNOX, Trans. N. Z. Inst. iv. 1872, pp. 184-188.

Hensel, Dr., 1872:
Brazil. Dr. HENSEL has continued his very valuable Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Thierwelt Brasiliens,

Sclater, P.L., 1872:
Central America. On the Quadrumana found in America north of Panama, by P. L. SCLATER, P. Z. S. 18

Stoliczka, Dr., 1872:
Dr. STOLICZKA has paid a visit to the province of Kachh Cutch . He makes general remarks on the phys

Blanford, W.T., 1872:
India. In an Account of a visit to the eastern and northern frontiers of Independent Sikkim. Part I

Swinhoe, R., 1872:
Notes on Chinese Mammalia observed near Ningpo, by R. SWINHOE, P. Z. S. 1872, pp. 813-818. .Notes

David, Abbe., 1872:
China and Tibet. A Report by the Abbe DAVID of his travels in the western provinces of China is publ

Elliott Coues, Dr., 1872:
Untied States. Dr. ELLIOTT COUES has published Notes on the Natural History of Fort Macon, N.C., an

Gilpin, Dr., 1872:
Nova Scotia. Dr. GILPIN has continued his observations on the Mammalian Fauna see Zool. Rec. vii. p.

Doderlein, P.; Prof., 1872:
Sicily. Prof. P. DODERLEIN gives a sketch of the vertebrate fauna of Sicily. He enumerates about 60

Jeitteles, Prof., 1872:
Austria. In a paper entitled Die vorgeschichtlichen Alterthumer der Stadt Olmutz und ihrer Umgebung

Steenstrup, Prof., 1872:
Denmark. Prof. STEENSTRUP mentions the following mammalian remains from Danish Kitchenmiddens:-Bos p

Schmidt, F.; Mag., 1872:
Siberia. Mag. F. SCHMIDT has published a detailed report on the expedition undertaken to the lower p

Anonymous., 1872:
This is an abstract of the memoir which has been published in Mem. Ac. Bologn.

Gartner., 1872:
GARTNER notices the larvae or pupae of Argyresthia gaedartella, Hypsolopha barbella, Anacampsis subs

Gartner, A., 1872:
A. GARTNER Verh. Ver. Brunn, viii. pp. 70-84 describes the larvae or transformations of Conchylis

Ritsema, C., 1872:
C. RITSEMA admits two species of Acentropus-niveus and latipennis: Pet. Nouv. 1872, p. 200.

Grote., 1872:
H. erectalis, var. subrufalis is described; H. benignalis, Walk.,=H. baltimoralis, Guen., male , id.

Grote., 1872:
Hypena. Grote describes 14 species, some new, as occurring in the Atlantic district, U. S., l. c. pp

Zeller, P.C., 1872:
P. C. ZELLER Columbianer Arten der Gattungen Chilo, Crambus et Scoparia, S. E. Z. 1872, pp. 463-

Packard, A.S., 1872:
A. S. PACKARD, Catalogue of the Pyralidae of California, with descriptions of new Californian Ptero

Milliere, P., 1872:
Ebulea crocealis, Tr. Milliere describes var. ? oxybialis. R. Z. xxiii. p. 62, Valley of Cannet.

Mabille, P., 1872:
Eupithecia. P. Mabille, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 ii. pp. 500-502, enumerates 26 species as occurring i

Norman, G., 1872:
Captures of Noctuae in Morayshire by G. Norman, Ent. M. M. viii. pp. 210, 211, ix. pp. 141-143.

Anonymous., 1872:
On very young larvae of Noctuae, with a figure of that of Pachetra leucophaea, cf. Bull Soc. Ent. Fr

Henacker, W., 1872:
A list of 244 Noctuae exclusive of varieties occurring in the northern Hartz Mountains is given by

Anonymous., 1872:
Adelocephalides. Boisduval has published a review of the species of this new group, which is closely

Luppi, G., 1872:
LUPPI, G. Dictionnaire de Sericologie, comprenant Part de produire la soie et de l'appreter. Synonym

Dietze., 1872:
Dietze describes the larvrae of E. semigrapharia, fraxinata, and of an undetermined species: S. E. Z

Maassen, J.P., 1872:
P. Maassen, with the co-editorship of G. W. Weymer, has published a second part of his 'Beitrage sur

Heylaerts, F.J.M., 1872:
Larentia literata, Don. Speyer considers this a good species: l. c. pp. 171-173.

Riley., 1872:
For a detailed paper on sericiculture, with notices and figures of the most important of the huge si

Butler, A.G., 1872:
A. G. BUTLER Tr. E. Soc. 1872, pp. 49-58 catalogues the described species of Pericopides of the ge

Barrett, J.P., 1872:
BARRETT Ent. M. M. ix. pp. 124-180 publishes Notes on British Tortrices, with descriptions of two

Stretch., 1872:
STRETCH Illustrations figures and redescribes, sometimes with notices of transformations, Euprepia

Moore., 1872:
Sphinx snelli, Weyenbergh, Ins. Foss.

Vollenhoven., 1872:
Vollenhoven, Sepp's Nederl. Ins. 2 ii, gives supplementary observations to his former accounts in

GArtner, A., 1872:
A. GArtner records 93 additional species of Geometra and Microlepidoptera as found in the neighbourh

Lintner, J.A., 1872:
For a list of North-American Heterocera contained in Guenee's Species General,' vols v.-x. cf. J. A.

Deyrolle., 1872:
E. DEYROLLE l. c. pp. 224 225 thus divides the species of Morpho of the Achilles group:-1. M. pe

Butler., 1872:
Butler also l. c. pp. 255-257 reviews the species described by Boisduval from Guatemala cf. Zool.

Guenee, A., 1872:
A. GUENEE Mem. Soc. Phys. Geneve, xxi. pp. 381-417 monographs the genera Callicore with which he

Butler., 1872:
BUTLER P. Z. S. 1872, pp. 26-67 publishes a revised list of the species formerly, included in the

Erschoff., 1872:
Aglossa pinguinalis. Erschoff describes var. asiatica from Turan and Persia. Hor. Ent. Ross. viii, p

Hewitson.; Kirby.; Guenee., 1872:
Cf. Hewitson, Kirby, Guenee, Pet. Nouv. 1872, pp. 239-244.

Butler., 1872:
BUTLER Lep. Ex. pl. 40 figures and redescribes his Telegonus omphale and AEthilla jaira, p. 110, f

Westwood., 1872:
Prof. Westwood describes several new species and varieties Tr. E. Soc. 1872, pp. 85-110, and remar

Guenee., 1872:
Guenee Mem. Soc. Phys. Genev. xxi. pp. 370-379 describes Papilio xenodamas, Hubn., var. ?, notices

Scudder, S.H., 1872:
S. H. SCUDDER Rep. Peab. Ac. iv pp. 64-66 recharacterizes and restricts the genera Laertias, Hubn.

Murray, R.P., 1872:
Parnassius and Doritis. Newman places these as a family, Doritidae, between the Pieridae and Hesperi

Scudder., 1872:
Scudder copies Abbott's MS. notes on such Georgian butterflies as are also to be met with in the Nor

Kirby, W.F., 1872:
W. F. KIRBY On the Geographical Distribution of the Butterflies as com-pared with that of the Birds

Crotch, G.R., 1872:
G. R. CROTCH reviews the generic nomenclature of Lepidoptera from 1735 to 1816, and attempts to fix

Newman, E., 1872:
E. NEWMAN, Zool. s. s. vii. pp. 2877-2898, reviewing Kirby's 'Catalogue of Diurnal Lepidoptera,' g

Fereday, R.W., 1872:
NEW ZEALAND. R. W. Fereday, in a criticism on A. Bathgate's paper cf. Zool. Rec. viii. p. 355, rev

Wallengren, H.D.J., 1872:
H. D. J. WALLENGREN publishes notes in Latin on the Lepidopterous fauna of S. Africa, describing m

Snellen, P.C.T., 1872:
Craniophora, g. n., id. Vlinders c, p. 262. Type Acronycta ligustri, auctt.

Emich, G.V., 1872:
G. v. Emich makes some additions to the Lepidopterous fauna of Transcaucasia, and describes a few ne

Oberthur, C., 1872:
C. Oberthur publishes a list of the Lepidoptera collected by T. Deyrolle in Asia Minor: R. Z. xxiii.

Taschler, M., 1872:
M. TASCHLER has published Ber. St Gall. Ges. 1869-1870, pp. 51-146 a list of the Lepidoptera of th

Jordan, R.C.R., 1872:
R. C. R. Jordan Ent. Ann. 1873, pp. 70-82, in a critical notice of F. Buchanan White's 'Fauna Pert

White, F.B., 1872:
F. B. White has commenced a list of the Lepidoptera of Scotland, giving range, habitats, c, and als

Hagen., 1872:
HAGEN remarks on the various Lepidoptera which have retained a larval head in the perfect state. Thi

Rossum, A.J.; Van., 1872:
A. J. VAN ROSSUM, Arch. Neerl. vii. pp. 381-384, describes the results of experiments upon the fluid

Thomson., 1872:
THOMSON, Hym. Scand. i. pp. 13-323, discusses the Swedish species, under the tribes Cimbicina, Cyl

Muller, A., 1872:
A. Muller, J. L. S. xi. pp. 428-431, compares an excrescence found on oaks in China, and presumably

Mayr., 1872:
MAYR Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxii. pp. 669-726 supplements his work on the oak-galls of Central Europe b

Anonymous., 1872:
Bothryothorax may be reunited to Encyrtus; Calosoter bifasciatus may be renamed Eupelmus fasciipenni

Walker, F., 1872:
F. WALKER London 1872 completes his 'Notes on Chalcidiae' see Zool. Rec. viii. p. 344 et seq., und

Vollenhoven, Snellen Van., 1872:
SNELLEN VAN VOLLENHOVEN, Schetsen c. ii., gives outlines with some details of external anatomy of

Tschek., 1872:
TSCHEK, Ver. z.-b. Wien, xxii. pp. 232 233, describes both sexes and 4 varieties of Cryptus recrea

Anonymous., 1872:
Belonopelta, SB. Ak. Wien, lxi. p. 394. Ponerides. Facies of Ponera contracta, but the clypeus has a

Anonymous., 1872:
Technomyrmex, Ann. Mus. Genov. ii. p. 147. Allied to Tapinoma: abdomen, seen from above, with 5 segm

Delpino., 1872:
Camponotus pubescens absorbs fluid from Tettigometra virescens, Latr., as from an Aphis: Delpino, Bu

Moggridge, J.T., 1872:
Aphanogaster: J. T. Moggridge, P. E. Soc 1872, p. viii, having kept a colony under glass, confirms h

Buchanan White., 1872:
Buchanan White notes the habits of a black Formica at Capri, which carried seeds of leguminose and o

Anonymous., 1872:
The same author, Ann. Mus. Genov. ii. pp. 133-155, under the title Formicidae Borneenses, describe

Gustav Mayr., 1872:
GUSTAV MAYR, SB. Ak. Wien, lxi. 1870 pp. 370-417, pl., under the title Formicidae Novogranadenses

Ankum, H.J.; Van., 1872:
Inlandsche sociale Wespen, by H. J. van Ankum Groningen: 1870, has not been seen by the Recorder

Muller, A., 1872:
This paper is severely criticized by A. Muller, Ent. M. M. ix. p. 95, from whose remarks it would ap

Schmid, Walther., 1872:
Anthidium. Walther Schmid, MT. schw. ent. Ges. iii. pp. 448-475, pl., describes the Swiss species, g

Radoszkowsky., 1872:
RADOSZKOWSKY, Hor. Ent. Ross. viii. Bull. pp. xvi-xviii, considers that the different structure of t

Gerstacker., 1872:
Nomia. Gerstacker, S. E. Z. xxziii. pp. 298-308, revises the European species. .Gerstacker S. E. Z.

Morawitz., 1872:
Hylaeus. MORAWITZ, Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxii. p. 374 et seq. reviews Forster's monograph, adding to it

Rudow, F., 1872:
F. RUDOW, S. E. Z. xxxiii. pp. 414-429, recapitulates the species of the Lower-Harz district, with b

Thomson., 1872:
THOMSON, Hym. Scand. ii., adopting as primary the sections Sociales and Solitarioe, comprises in the

Lacaze-Duthiers., 1872:
Lacaze-Duthiers, Arch. Z. exper. 1, pp. x-xii, notes a locality for studying Antedon rosaceus and it

Agassiz., 1872:
Phormosoma is not recognized, and the two species of Calveria are not distinguished, by Agassiz Re

Anonymous., 1872:
His remarks on the distribution of marine animals on the coast of New England are reprinted in Ann

Verrill., 1872:
VERRILL contributes a list of 13 species of Echinoderms from North Carolina: Am. Journ. Sc. iii. p.

Fischer.; Folin., 1872:
Compare also the preliminary notes of Fischer and Folin on results obtained by dredging off Cape Bre

Grube., 1872:
GRUBE enumerates the Echinoderms observed at Roscoff and St. Malo Abb. schles. Ges. 1868-69, p. 128

Kowalewsky., 1872:
KOWALEWSKY, Z. wiss. Zool. xxii. p. 283, confirms Lutken's observations, from the examination of li

Anonymous., 1872:
The author repeats this opinion in P. E. Soc. 1872, p. xxviii, considering P. castoris to be rather

Leconte., 1872:
Platypsylla. Leconte, P. Z. S. 1872, pp. 799-804, pl. lxviii., describes the single known species ve

Ritsema, C., 1872:
Pulex. C. Ritsema, Alb. Nat. xi. 1872, p. 65 et seq., figures woodcuts and minutely describes th

Guerin-Meneville., 1872:
For observations on a fly developed in the skin of man at Senegal, termed Ver de Cayor by Berenger

Riley, C.V., 1872:
Tachina Masicera anonyma. C. V. Riley, iv. Rep. Ins. Mo. p. 129, refers under this name to an unde

Muller, A., 1872:
Muller, Ent. M. M. viii p. 181 describes puparia, dubiously referred to the Muscidae, found in gall-

Verrall, G.H., 1872:
G. H. Verrall, Ent M. M. ix. p. 71, publishes a revised synonymic list of the British species 154 s

Verrall, G.H., 1872:
Empis stercorea. G. H. Verrall, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 281, describes the British species allied to thi

Schiner., 1872:
Stichopogon. Schiner, Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxii. p. 74, refers to capture by C. Koch, at Nuremburg, of

Van Der Wulp., 1872:
VAN DER WULP, Tijdschr. Ent. 2 vii. pp. 129-270, pls. 9-12, describes the known species from the E

Rondani, C., 1872:
Culex. C. Rondani, Bull Ent Ital iv. p. 29 et teq., analyzes the Italian species, with the conclusio

Lucas., 1872:
Lucas, ibid., Bull. p. xliv, quotes a similar account from the journal 'La France,' in which it is r

Laboulbene., 1872:
Bibio marci. Labonlbene, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 ii. p. 209, notes its ap-pearance in large numbers i

Beling, T., 1872:
T. BELING Verb. z.-b. Wien, xxii. p. 617 et seq. fully describes the early stages and economy of B

v Roder., 1872:
Heligoland: v. RoderB. E. Z. xvi. p. 162, names 9 species of shore-frequenting Diptera observed by h

Joly, E., 1872:
Formerly placed among the Crustaceans, and proved by E. Joly to be the larva of an insect, probably

Anonymous., 1872:
Prosopistoma Latr. see Zool. Rec. viii. p. 406

Dall, W.H., 1872:
Cryptolepas g. n. Scuta and terga both present, minute; valves six, externally produced below the su

Woodward, H., 1872:
H. WOODWARD urges the affinity of Limulus to the Trilobites, stating, on Prof. Owen's authority, tha

Owen, Prof., 1872:
Prof. OWEN identifies the caudal spine of Limulus with the abdomen of the other Crustacea, Nature, J

Beneden, E.; Van., 1872:
E. VAN BENEDEN thinks that the knowledge of the development of Limulus proves its nearer affinity to

Anonymous., 1872:
To the report in Zool. Rec. viii. pp. 195, 196, may be added that the palaeontological evidence conc

Hesse., 1872:
The Recorder has thought it advisable to give an abstract of the characters of the following 6 gener

Bock., 1872:
This family is divided into 5 subfamilies, including the Peltidiidae of Claus, by Bock, Forh. Selskr

Bock., 1872:
Hemicyclops, g. n. Jaws with a strong, unarticulated palpus, bearing on its tip many feather-like br

Brady, G., 1872:
Pseudocyclops, g. n. Right upper antenna of male without a hinge-joint, but much swollen in the midd

Anonymous., 1872:
Limnadia stanleyana King, 1855, from Australia, fully described by Claus; of 9 specimens 6 were ma

Vogt, C., 1872:
C. VOGT confirms Siebold's statement that males of Branchipus diaphanus and Artemia salina are extre

Schmankiewitsch, W.J., 1872:
Branchipus. W. J. SCHMANKIEWITSCH has observed, near Odessa, that B. arietinus is larger and paler i

Ainslie Hollis, W., 1872:
W. AINSLIE HOLLIS has observed in Porcellio scaber and Oniscus asellus that the newly formed tooth o

Brandt, Alex., 1872:
This group has been reviewed by ALEX. BRANDT in Bull. Petersb. xviii. pp. 113-132 Mel. Biol. viii

Boeck, A., 1872:
A. BOECK has commenced a monograph of the Northern and Arctic Amphipods, the first part whereof cont

Sars, G.O., 1872:
G. O. SARS has continued his monograph of the Norwegian Mysidae see Zool. Rec. viii. p. 187, the s

Steffenberg., 1872:
The habits, anatomy, moulting, and breeding of the common crayfish are described with many details b

Chantran, S., 1872:
Astacus fluviatilis. The process of spawning and the fecundation by spermatozoids of the eggs whilst

Smith, S., 1872:
Evatya, g. n. Body stout; rostrum prominent, carinate, armed above with stout spines; a spine on eac

Wood-Mason, J., 1872:
The Indian Thelphusidae are reviewed by J. Wood-Mason, J. A. S. B. xl. pt. ii. 1871 pp. 189-200 pl

Smith, S., 1872:
Central America. 32 species of Crustacea collected by J. A. McNiel at the west coast of Central Amer

Boeck, A., 1872:
A. BOECK, discussing the geographical distribution of the Amphipods in the Northern seas, states tha

Sars, G.O., 1872:
G. O. SARS states that in several genera of Crustacea there are two sorts of males, one nearly resem

Pouchet, G., 1872:
The faculty of accommodating the colour of the skin to the surrounding medium by contraction of the

Pellet., 1872:
PELLET, Bull Soc. Pyren. xix. 1872, pp. 36 reviewed Nouv. et Faits, p. cl, gives an account, found

Baly., 1872:
Baly Tr. E. Soc. 1872 p. 59 et seq., describing new species from Ecuador, remarks on their similarit

Lefevre., 1872:
LEFEVRE, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 ii. pp. 49-168, 313-396 sep. paging 1-204, pls. 1-4, monographs th

Fahraeus., 1872:
F angstrom HRAEUS OEfv. Ak. Forh. xxix. 1872 no. 1, pp. 45-69, no. 2, pp. 29-60, under the heading

Blessig, C.; Solsky, S., 1872:
C. BLESSIG and S. SOLSKY, Hor. Ent. Ross. ix. pp. 113-192, commence a descriptive enumeration of the

Bates, H.W., 1872:
H. W. BATES Tr. E. Soc 1872 pp. 163-238, describes species about 280 found by Mr. Belt near St. Do

Pascoe, F.P., 1872:
Cyphagogus advena, Pasc., re-examined, is apparently referred to its correct genus; Aprostoma, Guer.

Chapman, T.A., 1872:
Hylesinus. T. A. Chapman's observations on the habits of H. crenatus, fraxini, and vittatus are tran

Jekel., 1872:
Peribleptus and Poepalosomus, Sch. Jekel, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 5 ii. pp. 433-442, reviews the positio

Chevrolat., 1872:
CHEVROLAT gives a revised catalogue of the group, R. Z. 2 xxiii pp. 16-18, 107-110.

Barrett., 1872:
Barrett, Ent. M. M. viii. p. 205, describes the larva from pseudogalls on Lychnis vespertina.

Pascoe., 1872:
Pascoe, Ann. N. H. 4 x. 1872 p. 91, tabulates the known genera of the short-scaped species forming

Stierlin., 1872:
Otiorhynchus. STIERLIN B. E. Z. xvipp. 321-368, has published a 3rd supplement to his revision of th

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