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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38842

Chapter 38842 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.



Rathbun., 1885: Bateson 115 describes a structure which he regards as comparable with the notochord of the Chordat

Anonymous., 1885: There are references to his Report in Rep. U. S. Fish Comm. for 1883 1885.

Verrill., 1885: Verrill P. U. S. Nat. Mus. viii., describes from various stations off the N.E. Coast of America :-Po

Harker., 1885: Harker, Nature, xxxii. p. 564, thinks that the colouration of the anterior segments of the Mahlanida

Haswell, W. A., 1885: W. A. Haswell, P. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. x. pp. 331-332, has a note on an Australian species of Bonelli

Sluiter., 1885: Sluiter has full accounts of his new Gephyrea see Zool. Rec. xix. Perm. p. 9 in Tijdschr. Nederl. In


Forel, F. A., 1885: FOREL, F. A. La Faune Profonde des Lacs suissos. N. Denk. schw. Ges. xxix 1885. Annulata, pp. 121-1

Seeley., 1885: Review by Seeley, Geol. Mag. 3 ii. pp. 80-87, 271-274, 375-380.

Cope., 1885: Remarks on the above volume by Cope, Am. Nat. xix. p. 592, and Geol. Mag. 3 ii. p. 527.

Cope., 1885: Sirenidae Cope, Am. Nat. xix p. 1226, has reason to believe that there are indications of a retrogra

Haller, B., 1885: B. Haller writes on the blue coloration assumed by male R. temporaria during the breeding season, be

de Betta, E., 1885: E. de Betta has a paper on the European, chiefly Italian, species of the group of R. temporaria, pro

Cope, E. D., 1885: E. D. COPE, Geol. Mag. 3 ii. p. 575, opposes the use of the term Amphibia for this class. Althoug

Eiffe, O. E., 1885: O. E. EIFFE has notes on the habits of Snakes in captivity; Zool. Gart. xxvi. pp. 43-51.

Dollo, L., 1885: Osteological notes by L. Dollo, Bull. Mus. Belg. iv. pp. 32-35.

Thompson, D.; Aposarcyw., 1885: D'ARCY W. THOMPSON, Nature, xxxii. p. 562, believes that the great anatomical differences which sepa

Boettger., 1885: Boettger remarks that this has been long known; t. c. p. 670

Bert, P., 1885: Poisonous secretion of the Frog Rana esculenta; P. Bert, C.R. Soc. Biol. 8 ii. p. 524.

Baur, G., 1885: G. BAUR notices the presence of two ossa centralia in the carpus of Hatteria and Proterosaurus; Am.

Portis, A., 1885: A. PORTIS, Atti Acc. Tor. xx. pp. 1095-1110, pl. xi., describes tertiary Chelonian remains from Ital

Traquair., 1885: On a Dicynodont recently discovered at New Spynie, near Elgin; Traquair, Nature, xxxii. p. 556.

Woodward, H., 1885: On the recently restored specimen of Iguanodon mantelli, in the Brussels Museum; H. Woodward, Geol.

Dames., 1885: On a fragment of Iguanodon humerus from Stadthagen, Germany; Dames, Z. geol. Ges. xxxvi. 1884 p. 186

Hulke, J. W., 1885: Iguanodon. J. W. Hulke identifies the bones regarded as sternals by Dollo. as clavicles; a specimen

Williston, S. W., 1885: S. W. Williston, Zool. Anz. viii p. 628, endorses Meyer's opinion.

Meyer, O., 1885: Reply by Koken, op. cit. xxxvii p. 214.

Meyer, O., 1885: O. MEYER Z. geol. Ges. xxxvi p. 664 is inclined to regard the frag ment described by Koken as Ornith

Fischer, J. G., 1885: J. G. FISCHER, JB. Hamb. ii. pp. 80 81, gives a list of Reptiles and Batrachians from Mindanao. 4

Camerano, L., 1885: L. CAMERANO, Zool. Anz. viii. pp. 417-419, gives a list of the Italian Lacertilia.

Cattaneo., 1885: The methods employed by Cattaneo Zool. Rec. xx 1885 p. 5 Prot.

Barfurth., 1885: Barfurth confirms pp. 314-321 the presence, and gives a figure pl. xvi. fig. 13 of glycogen in O

Anonymous., 1885: Rep. U. S. Fish Comm. 1882 1883 1835.

Anonymous., 1885: N. America. For information concerning the Fish and Fisheries, see Bull. U. S. Fish Comm. v.

Anonymous., 1885: Scotland. Information about the Fish and Fisheries, in Rep. Fish. Scotl. iii.

Kingsley.; Jordan.; Gill., 1885: The Fish, vol iii. pp. 62-362, the united work of KINGSLEY the Editor, JORDAN, and GILL, are excel

Finot., 1885: Bolivar's Pirgomorfinos cf. Zool. Rec. xxi. Inn. p. 292 reviewed by Finot, Le Nat. vii. p. 46.

Brongniort., 1885: An annotated notice of Brongniort's paper cf. Zool. Rec. xxi. Ins. p. 287 on Palaeoblattina douville

Cabot., 1885: Supplementary to Cabot's Monograph cf. Zool. Beo. ix p. 393 , with much additional information. At p

Anonymous., 1885: Destruction of fish by Dragon-fly larvae; Biros note cf. Zool. Rec. xxi. Ins. p. 282 , translated in

Kolbe., 1885: A few species taken by Quedenfeldt in Algeria are noticed by Kolbe B. E. Z. xxix p. 152

Forbes, H. O., 1885: In Sumatra, the butterfly Leptocircus virescens mimics dragon-flies in company with which it is foun

Hagen., 1885: Hagen remarks that, contrary to his former experience, he had found Termes presumably T. flavipes

Anonymous., 1885: A list of 116 species including those described in Atti Soc Ital., with copious information as to

Anonymous., 1885: The introduction xii. pp. is principally occupied by a short examination of O. Taschcnberg' work c

Anonymous., 1885: Practically a reprint of the inaugural dissertation noticed in Zool. Rec. xxi. Ins. p. 278. Abstr. i

Brongniart., 1885: Brongniart, Bull. Soc. Rouen, 1885, pp. 63-67, in his sub-order of Neurorthopteres Pseudo-Neuropte

McLachan., 1885: A list of species collected by Barrett, near Belfast, is given by McLachan, Ent. M. M. xxii p. 164

Anonymous., 1885: Concluded cf. Zool. Rec. xxi Ins. p. 269 , with supplementary local species. Of 155 British species,

Anonymous., 1885: Lacunella Dall 1884 see Zool. Rec. xxi. Moll. p. 48 nec Desh. 1861 name preocc. author proposes Halo

Crosse., 1885: Crosse replies, J. de Conch, xxv. p. 517. C. pomum, Wagn., C. nucleus, Kuster, C. reticulata, Bellar

von Jhering., 1885: Bergh's view is opposed by von Jhering; Z. wiss. Zool. xli. p. 259.

Eimer., 1885: EIMER Tag. Deut. Nat. Vers. lviii. p. 408, from observations on coloration, concludes that species

Virchow., 1885: VIRCHOW Arch. path. Anat. civ. pp. 161-180 discusses the case of poisoning by a Mytilus sp. which

Bavay., 1885: BAVAY J. de Conch. xxiv. 1885 p. 383, 1884 records that Helix cooperi is viviparous. Further note

Hammarsten., 1885: HAMMARSTEN Arch. ges. Phys. xxxvi. pp. 384-456 finds that the mantle of Helix pomatia excretes muc

Girod., 1885: GIROD'S paper on the inkbag of Cephalopods abstracted; Ann. Soc. mal. Belg. xix. pp. xi.-xiii. see Z

Carriere., 1885: See also a remark by CARRIERE;, Arch. mikr. Anat. xxiv. p. 37, footnote.

Martens, E.; Von., 1885: E. von MARTENS gives an account of that during the year 1883. Arch. f. Nat. 1. 2, pp. 522-614.

Anonymous., 1885: Description des Cicadines d'Europe des genres Cicadula et Thamnotettix, par Fr. X. Fieber tradait d

Anonymous., 1885: Ueber die pelagisch lebende Gattung Halobates; MT. schw. ent. Ges. vii. pp. 182-191. This is a summa

Reuter, Von O. M., 1885: Synonymische Bemerkungen uber Hemipteren Reuter von O. M. B. E. Z. xxix 1885 pp. 39-47 Schillings, c

Low., 1885: Low Verb. z.-b. Wien. xxxv. pp. 489-498, gives information about C. persicariae, L., serotina, Winn.

Harris, W. D., 1885: Teeth of flies. The series of short papers by W. D. Harris is continued in Sci. Goss. xxi. The teeth

Anonymous., 1885: Erschoff, Rom. Mem. ii.,:-Tortrix excentricana, fig. 10, Cheimatophila praviella, fig. 11, Cochylis

Anonymous., 1885: Some observations on the habits of this Moth.

Rouast., 1885: Pyralopsis divisa, Boisd. cf. Lithosiidae, p. 188.

Meyr., 1885: The following names previously recorded as species inhabiting New Zealand are to be erased from the

Romanoff., 1885: Romanoff, Mem. ii. pp. 85-115, notices or figures tha following Geometridae: Phorodesma smaragdaria

Riley., 1885: A. xylina and argillacea discussed by Riley, Ent. Am. i. p. 161, c.

Mosch., 1885: Anthaecia divitiosa, Walk., cf. Tineidae, postea.

Christoph., 1885: Christoph, t. c. pp. 119-142, notices or figures Acidalia moniliata, F., straminata, Tr, obsoletaria

Anonymous., 1885: The following previously known species are specially referred to or figured in Rom. Mem ii pp. 26-84

Anonymous., 1885: Silkworms in Assam; J. Soc. Arts, xxxiii. p. 526. These notes are taken from a Report on Silk in Ass

Heylaerts., 1885: The following are specially noticed or figured by Heylaerts, in Rom. Mem. ii. pp. 176-194:-Psyche de

Druce., 1885: Druce, Biol. Centr. Am. Lep. Het., figures or notices, pp. 142-160:-Oricia truncata, pl. xiii. fig.

Moore., 1885: Colussa vinosa, sp. n., cf. Geometridae.

Rosk., 1885: Corma ernestina, sp. n., cf. Chalcosiidae. Arsacia frontirufa, sp. n., cf. Pyralidae.

Godman.; Salvin., 1885: Godman Salvin, Biol. Cent. Am. Lep. Rhop. i. pp. 361-400, pls. xxxviii.-xli., deal with a portion of

Anonymous., 1885: Also cf. P. E. Soc. 1885 p. ii, and pp. v. vi., where Butler queries the justice of those conjectu

Niceville, L.; De., 1885: Niceville, L. de, P. A. S. B. 1384, p. 186, gives a list of the dry and wet season forms of butterfl

Butl., 1885: Axiopaena, sp. n., cf. Areiidae.

Nicev., 1885: Male secondary sexual character noticed in Terias hecabe, L., group, and T. laeta group; Huphina hi

Butl., 1885: Calinaga sp. n., cf. Papilionidae.

Weym., 1885: Vitessa and Damalis, spp. nn., cf. Pyralidae.

Distant., 1885: The following species are figured by Distant, Rhop. Mal.:-Ornithoptera rhudamanthus, pl. xxvii. fig.

Snellen., 1885: Op. cit. xxi. 1877-78, viz.: Danais juventa is ishma, Butl., which, however, is only a var. of juven

Snellen., 1885: Snellen, in Tijdschr. Ent. xxviii. pp. 37 38, gives the following nomenclatorial alterations as to

Snellen., 1885: Snellen gives identifications of about 24 species figured in Rosol's Insectenbelustigung; Tijdschr.

Aaron, E. M.; Aaron, S. F., 1885: List of a collection of Diurnal Lepidoptera from S. Texas, by E. M. S. F. Aaron, Papilio, iv. pp.

Riley., 1885: Aletia xylina Say The larger part of Riley's Fourth Rep. U. S. Ent. Comm. is devoted to this species

Radoszkowski., 1885: Radoszkowski describes and figures the copulatory organs of the males of numerous species of Philere

Jacoby., 1885: Jacoby, Biol. Centr. Am. Col. vi. 1 pp. 337-408, notices or figures the following previously known

Duvivier, Antoine., 1885: Catalogue des Chrysomelides, Halticides, et Galerucides derits posterieurement a la publication du C

de Donceel, H.; Donckier., 1885: Liste des Sagrides, Criocerides, Clytrides, Megalopides, Cryptocephalides, et Lamprosomides decrits

von den Branden, C., 1885: Enumeration des Coleopteres Phytopbages decrits posterieurement au Catalogue de MM, Gemminger et von

Anonymous., 1885: In a memoir entitled Aanteekeningen op Snellen van Vollenhoven's opstel 'Les Batocerides du Musee d

Bates., 1885: Bates Biol. Ceutr. Am. Col. v pp. 249-332, specially noticos or figures the following previously kno

Ganglbauer., 1885: Ganglbauer, Verh. z.-b. Wien, xxxv. pp. 516 517, comments on the following palaearctic Cerambycids

Sharp., 1885: Sharp, Biol Centr. Am. Col. v. pp. 437-492, rejects p. 439 the reversal, proposed by Des Gozis and

Bedel., 1885: In this group, specially, Bedel, Faune Col. Seine, ii., introduces many generic and specific changes

Champion., 1885: Champion, Biol. Centr. Am. Col. iv. pt. 1, pp. 89-93, notices or figures the following forms:-Eloeod

Champion., 1885: Champion, Biol. Centr. Am. Col. iv. 1, notices or figures the following known forms of this group:

Abeille de Perrin., 1885: Abeille de Perrin, Rev. d'Ent. iv. p. 153, records the following synonymy from examination of types:

Gorham., 1885: Gorham, Biol. Centr. Am. Col. iii. 2, specially notices or figures the following known forms:-Phot

Horn., 1885: Horn, t. c., specially notices-frcquently at length-the following N. American genera and species: Ho

Waterh., 1885: Gnoplaela, cf. Pericopidae.

Sharp., 1885: Sharp proposes to suppress the group Colydiini, uniting it and Derctaphrini, Horn, under the latter

Reitter., 1885: Reitter suggests that Tmesiphorus crassiconis and princeps, Shp., belong to the genus Sintectodes, a

Reitter., 1885: Reitter t. c. pp. 321-332, tabulates the Chilian species of Aplodea, Bryaxis, and Sogola, and on pls

Reitter., 1885: Reitter figures, Deutsche e. Z. xxix. the following Pselaphidoe Pl. ii., Marellus biscrensis, fig. 1

Reitter., 1885: Reitter proposes the following substitutions, the originals being pre-ocoupied in other branches of

Sharp., 1885: Sharp, Biol. Centr. Am. i. pt. 2, pp. 507-536, notices or figures the following known species of Poe

Sharp., 1885: Sharp, Biol. Centr. Am. Col. i. 2 pp. 393-505, notices the following known species:-Philonthus flo

Reitter., 1885: Reitter suggests that the European and Canadian Playpsyllus may not be the same species; Wien. ent.

Rey., 1885: Rey, Ann. Soc. L. Lyon n. s. xxxi., describes the following spp. nn. from France:-Brachypalpus amb

Reitter., 1885: Reitter describes, Wien. ent. Z. iv. pp. 81 82, varieties with names of Procrustes rugosus, Carabu

Riley., 1885: Riley notes that in numerous Carabidae the eggs are laid singly on the leaves of trees and shrubs, a

Puton., 1885: Puton, Rev. d'Ent. iv. p. 137, records the following synonymy of Garbiglietti's species:-Ochetosteth

Anonymous., 1885: Gizzard of beetle Curculionidae figured; J. Micr. Nat. Sci. iv. p. 256, pl. xxi

Anonymous., 1885: Dalla Torre proposes to designate by the name of Heterotrophy the occurrence of two or more modes of

Kolbe, H. J., 1885: Some theoretical remarks.

Ratte., 1885: Ratte P. Linn, Soc. N. S. W ix pp. 1158-1164 pl. lxviii. describes Tribachyocrinus corrugatas, sp.

Verrill., 1885: Stichopus selenkae, p. 47 Cucumaria lefevrii, p. 52

Verrill., 1885: Verrill P. U. S. Nat. Mus. viii. describes as new:- Ophiacantha fraterna, p. 441, O. varispina, p.

Cotteau., 1885: Cotteau, C.R. c. pp. 1515 1516, finds that of the 50 genera of Jurassic Echinids, only 4 are found

Hertwig, O.; Hertwig, R., 1885: O. and R. Hertwig have made the ova and spermatozoa of various European Echinids the basis of experi

Dolley., 1885: And DOLLEY Science, v. p. 227 allude to the beautifully conserved Siphonophora distributed from th

Leuckart., 1885: LEUCKART Zool. Anz. viii. p. 333

Anonymous., 1885: There is a note in Nature, xxxii. p. 36, on the coral trade of the Mediterranean.

Conn, H. W., 1885: H. W. Conn, in a paper on Marine Larvae and their Relation to Adults Studies Biol. Lab. J. Hopki

Anonymous., 1885: The most interesting new Coelenterate described in the year is Microhydra ryderi, Potts; Ryder 46.

Gadow, H., 1885: However, no matter if the number of the neck vertebras of R. macrorhyncha 16 instead of 15 be a co

Murdoch, J., 1885: The writer describes a very rosy state of plumage from freshly killed specimens; and also the pluma

Shufeldt, R. W., 1885: The author is of opiniou that the Albatross does not moult any part of the horn of the bill, as the

Ed., 1885: Linota see AEgiothus, above .

Jenner Weir., 1885: Jenner Weir exhibited specimens of Galeodes with their pedunculated organs on the hind legs, the use

Karsch., 1885: Karsch, B. E. Z. 1884, p. 143, tabulates the genera of the family Sironidoe, viz. Pettalus, Stylocel

Simon., 1885: Simon t. c. 1885 Frontina g. n. Linyphiin. bucculenta L. frenata aut.. Taranucnus, g. n., p. 2

Bertkau., 1885: Bertkau, Verb. Ver. Rheinl. 1883, pp. 216-249, restricts this family to the species with 4 simple tr

Bertkau, P., 1885: BERTKAU P. Ueber die Gattung Argenna Thor. und einige andere Dictyniden. Arch. f. Nat. xlix. p. 37

Emerton, H. J., 1885: EMERTON, H. J. The Cobwebs of Ulborus. Am. J. Sci. 3 xxv. pp. 203-205, 2 woodcuts.

Simon., 1885: SIMON, in Bull. Soc. Zool. 1884p. 14 sep., establishes the new sub-fam. Anyphaeinae, with 5 S. Ame

Simon., 1885: SIMON, in C.R. ent. Belg. 1884p. 297, establishes this new family, which is intermediate between the

Bertkau., 1885: Bertkau, in Verh. Ver. Rheinl. pp. 226 et seq., includes in this family the species of Erigone, Neri

Van Hasselt, A. W. M. , 1885: VAN HASSELT,. A. W. M., in the Bijdrage over de nesten der zogenamde Metselpinnen, doubts whether

Van Hasselt., 1885: VAN HASSELT obtained Calommata fulvipes Luc. from Java; the one pair of the side-eyes are not easi

Simon., 1885: SIMON regards the Mecicobothrioidae cf. Zool. Rec. xix. Arachn. p. 10 not as a family but as a lower

McMunn., 1886: Haematoporphyrin has been found by McMunn in the integument of L. terrestris ; J. Physiol. vii, p. 2

Treub., 1886: An abstract of Treub's observations on the Nematoid of the sugar-cane, in Naturf. xix p. 401.

Pennetier., 1886: Anguilluloe of corn, according to the observations of Pennetier C.R ciii, p. 284, do not resist de

Vejdovsky, F., 1886: A paper, unintelligible to the Recorder, on the Gordiidoe, is published by F. Vejdovsky in SB. bohm.

Joseph, G., 1886: G. Joseph on the Central nervous system of Cestodes; Ber. deuts. Samml., 59, p. 372.

Marenzeller., 1886: MARENZELLER gives a list of all the Worms found at Jan Mayen 30. Worms from warm area of Faeroe

Gaudry, A., 1886: A. GAUDRY remarks on the Permian Stegocephala discovered by Fritsch; C.R. cii, p. 898.

Cope, E. D., 1886: E. D. COPE, P. Am. Phil. Soc. xxiii, p. 444, regards the Coeciliidoe as a family of Caudata, connect

Cope, E. D., 1886: COPE has a paper on the structure and affinities of the Amphiumidoe, which are kept distinct from th

Peracca, M., 1886: M. blasii, de l'Isle: M. Peracca discusses the specific validity of this Newt, which occurs not only

Boulenger, G. A., 1886: G. A. BOULENGER, supplementing a note by H. v. Ihering on the oviposition of Phyllomedus iheringii,

Meyer, A. B., 1886: A. B. MEYER has further remarks on the extremely large poison-glands, extending in the abdominal cav

Beddome, R. H., 1886: R. H. Ann. N. H. 5 xvii pp. 3-33, publishes an account of the Snakes of this family, of which 39 s

Cope, E. D., 1886: E. D. COPE gives a synopsis of the species of the genera Cyclura Ctenosaura, Cachryx, Brachylophus,

Fischer, J. V., 1886: On the rearing of Snakes' eggs; J. v. Fischer, Zool. Gart. xxvii pp. 299-302

Bauer, F. H., 1886: L'tychozoon homalocephalum, Kuhl. F. H. Bauer relates that a female laid two eggs in November, which

Colenso, W., 1886: Sphenodon diversum, n. sp., for some bones from Hawke's Bay, New Zealand; W. Colenso, Tr. N. Z. Inst

Reischek, A., 1886: Notes on habits; A. Reischek, Tr. N. Z. Inst. xviii, pp. 108-110.

Fritsch, A., 1886: Note in reply to some criticism of Baur Am. Nat. p. 466 relating to the above subject; A. Fritsch,

Schroder, H., 1886: Plesiosaurus, Con. H. Schroder describes remains of P. helmersenii Kiprij., p. 310, pl. xv, and icht

Gardiner, J., 1886: On the probability of Alligators having been floated from San Domingo to Magua, Bahamas, on logs of

Koken., 1886: KOKEN remarks on the brain and auditory organs of fossil Crocodiles; SB. nat. Fr. 1886, pp. 2-4.

Owen, R., 1886: R. OWEN describes fossil remains, including foot-bones, from Queensland, which he refers to Megalani

Goldi, E. A., 1886: E. A. GOLDI gives an abstract from a Portuguese MS., by J. M. da Silva Coutinho, upon the habits, ca

Schneck, J., 1886: J. SCHNECK, Am. Nat. xx, p. 897, remarks on the slow growth of Tortoises, and records the case of a

Rouch, G., 1886: G. ROUCH has a paper on the mechanism of respiration in the Marine Turtles; Bull. Soc. Z. Fr. xi, pp

Vaillant, L., 1886: L. VAILLANT, Bull. Soc. Philom. 7 x, pp. 135-138, has a note on the disposition of the digestive t

Lydekker, R., 1886: Remarks on this paper by R. Lydekker Geol. Mag. 3 iii, pp. 522 523.

Anonymous., 1886: Observations on a part of the skull of one of the Diadectidoe undetermined species, affording very

Cope, E. D., 1886: COPE E. D. On the Structure of the Brain and Auditory Apparatus of a Thevomorphous Reptile of the Pe

Bauk, G., 1886: G. BAUR remarks on the vertebrae of Zunclodon; Zool. Anz. ix p. 742

Deecke, W., 1886: W. DEECKE has notes on some Reptile-remains from the Trias of Lombardy Lariosaurus, Pachypleura, Ma

Riviere, E., 1886: On Batrachian remains from the caves of Mentone, Italy; E. Riviere, C.R. ciii, p. 1211.

Ferrari Perez, F., 1886: F. FERRARI PEREZ enumerates the Reptiles and Batrachians collected in Mexico by the Comision Geograp

Phipson., 1886: A List of the Snakes in the Collection of the Bombay Natural History Society; PHIPSON, J. Bomb. Soc.

Anonymous., 1886: This division is established for a new fossil type, Mycterops ordinatus n. g. sp., from the Coal

Ewart.; Matthews., 1886: Also Ewart Matthews, Rep. Fish.-Board Scotl. 1885, pp. 98-100.

Ewart, J. C., 1886: Clupea. J. C. Ewart having examined numerous samples of the Whitebait sent to the London market from

Cope., 1886: Cope, Am. Nat. xx, p. 735, records the occurrence of a species of Salmo, perhaps S. purpuratus, in s

Albrecht, P., 1886: P. ALBRECHT describes and figures a specimen of Protopterus annectens, in which the right pectoral f

Zittel., 1886: ZITTEL regards the fossil scutes described as Acipenser molassicus, Probst, and A. tuberculosus, Pro

Probst, J., 1886: J. PROBST writes on fossil vertebrae of Sharks and Rays from the Molasse of Baltringen; JH. Ver. Wur

Furtado, A., 1886: A. FURTADO gives a list of the local names of Portuguese Fishes; J. Sci. Lisb. No. xlii, pp. 49-64.

Katuric, M., 1886: M. KATURIC Boll. Soc. Adr. ix, pp. 218-211, has notes on some Dalmatian Fishes.

Anonymous., 1886: Conclusion, additions, and corrections. Cf. Zool. Rec. xxii, Pisc. p. 3.

Marion, A. F., 1886: A. F. MARION enumerates the rare species of Fishes captured on the coast of Provence during the last

Anonymous., 1886: Mesostoma, n. g. Testa pupiniformi, apertura semilnnari, peristomate interrupto; columella fissa, m

Anonymous., 1886: Cockle supply of North Uist; Rep. Fish. Scot. ivApp. Gp. 290.

Smart.; Cooke., 1886: Scilly. A number of additions and corrections to a list previously published Zool. Rec. xxii, Moll.

Saunders., 1886: SAUNDERS agrees with Cunningham that left convex valve of Oysters is usually uppermost see Zool. R

Boutan., 1886: The development of Fissurella is described by BOUTAN, with illustrations; an abstract taken from a p

Macloskie, G., 1886: Grosse's classification and structure of the bird lice or Mallophaga. Abstract by G. Macloskie, Am.

Van Segvelt., 1886: Staudinger's Exotische Schmetterlinge noticed by Van Segvelt, C.R. ent. Belg. 1886, pp. x-xiv, with

Lefv., 1886: Monographie des Chrysomelides, de l'ancien monde.The genus Chrysomela is commenced, occupying pp.

Anonymous., 1886: On the habits and food plants of European Rhyncophora in Bull. Soc. Ent. Ital. 1886, pp. 3-23, 259-3

Beauregard., 1886: Ensayo para la Monografia de los Coleopteros Meloidos indigenas con aplicacion a las ciencias medica

Bates., 1886: Bates, Biol. Centr. Am. Col. ii 2 pp. 2 3, discusses with disapprobation Kaup's classification o

Kraatz., 1886: Kraatz protests that numerous species have been unduly merged in others in the latest European catal

Martin., 1886: Records. 63 species, and contains many observations on habits and times of appearance.

Geddes, P., 1886: Interpretation of phenomena in terms of protoplasmic metabolism. The male sex is preponderatingly ka

Platner, G., 1886: With especial reference to the nuclear changes.

Anonymous., 1886: Plants Considered in Relation to their Environment. Nature. xxxiii, pp. 607-609.

Lampert., 1886: Caudina arenata Gould, n. var. armata, p. 17; Ankyroderma agassizii, p. 19.

Gauthier., 1886: Gauthier C.R. Ass. Fr. Sci. xiv, 2, pp. 356-362 describes as new Micraster sanctae maurae, M. beon

Koehler., 1886: Channel Islands: Koehler, Ann. Sci Nat. 6 xx, Art. 4, and Ann. N. H. 5, pp. 229, 290, 350.

Braun., 1886: Mahon, Minorca: Braun, SB. Nat. Ges. Dorp. vii, pp, 307-310.

Shelley., 1886: The author recognizes the following genera and species, giving keys to each:-I. Musophaga, Isert; sp

Dixon, J. H., 1886: Podiceps auritus has nested for many years on a freshwater loch in Gairloch parish; sometimes anothe

Stephens, W. J., 1887: W. J. STEPHENS, P. Linn. Soc. N.S.W. 2 i, 1887 pp. 1113-1121, pl. xiv, has a second note on the Bi

Sarasin, P.; Sarasin, F., 1887: The eggs, which are laid in August and September, form a string resembling in form a rosary. P. F.

Sasaki., 1887: Megalobatrachus maximus, Schleg.: notes on adult larvae and eggs; SASAKI, J. Coll. Sci. Japan, i, pp

Sarasin, P.; Sarasin, F., 1887: P. F. SARASIN, Naturw. Forsch. Ceylon, ii infra, p. 33 , p. 29, propose to divide the recent Batra

Cope., 1887: This order, established by Baur supra, p. 6 for Stereosternum, Cope, is regarded as well founded b

Seeley, H. G., 1887: H. G. SEELEY, Phil. Tr. clxxviii, pp. 187-213, woodcuts, pls. xiv-xvi, contributes an account of all

Cope., 1887: Typothorax coccinarum, Cope foss.. COPE, Am. Nat. xxi, p. 468, makes an important addition to our

Dollo., 1887: Champsosaurus Cope. Further remarks by DOLLO, who now places the genus among the Rhynchocephalia; Re

Fritsch, A., 1887: A. FRITSCH, Zool. Anz. x, pp. 115 116, rectifies an error of his, pointed out by Baur, in the desc

Baur., 1887: Hatteria Gray. The name Sphenodon, Gray, is not preoccupied, and has priority; BAUR, Zool. Anz. x, p

Huxley, T. H., 1887: T. H. HUXLEY, Q. J. Geol. Soc. xliii, p. 691, discussing the relations of Hyperodapedon, Rhynchosaur

Cope, E. D., 1887: E. D. COPE, Am. Nat. xxi, pp. 563-566, writes on the Plesiosaurians of the Fox Hill Cretaceous, N. A

Sauvage, H. E., 1887: H. E. SAUVAGE describes and figures the pectoral arch of an Ichthyosaurus from the Lias of Watchet,

Dollo, L., 1887: L. DOLLO, in an article entitled 'Psephophorus,' Ann. Soc. Brux. xi, pp. 139-176, discusses the char

Woodward, A. S., 1887: A. S. WOODWARD reviews our knowledge of the Athecae, recent and fossil; P. Geol. Ass. x pp. 2-14.

Boulenger., 1887: BOULENGER, P. Z. S. 1887, p. 554, refers the genus Miolania to the Pleurodira and makes it the type

Owen., 1887: The new generic and specific name Ceratochelys sthenurus is proposed for the remains from Lord Howe'

Huxley., 1887: These bones, regarded by Owen as those of gigantic Lizards, are shown by HUXLEY, P. R. S. xlii, pp.

Owen., 1887: Miolania, Owen foss.. Descriptions of remains from Lord Howe's I. M. minor and platyceps: OWEN,

Boulenger., 1887: CARETTOCHELYDIDAE. Under this name, a new family is established by BOULENGER, to receive Carettochel

Lydekker, R.; Boulenger, G. A., 1887: R. LYDEKKER G. A. BOULENGER, Geol. Mag. 3 iv, pp. 270-275, have notes on Chelonia from the Purbe

Mitsukuri, K.; Ishikawa, C., 1887: K. MITSUKURI, C. ISHIKAWA memoir on the formation of the germinal layers in Chelonis, noticed in t

Fetterolf, G., 1887: G. FETTEROLF, Am. Nat. xxi, pp. 1126 1127, has made the very important discovery of the rudimental

Baur., 1887: That the carapace of the 'Thecophora' Dollo has developed from the carapace of the Athecoe, is pro

Anonymous., 1887: The Pleurodiran Chelonians are shown to fall into two groups, according to the mode of articulation

Smets, G., 1887: G. SMETS, Museon vi, p. 133 writes on a jaw from the Sands of Aix-la-Chapelle Upper Cretaceous, in

Dollo., 1887: Iguanodon, Mant. DOLLO considers I. seelyi, Hulke, as unquestionably identical with I. bernissartens

Lydekker, R., 1887: R. LYDEKKER, Q. J. Geol. Soc. xliii, pp. 156-160, remarks on a vertebral centrum from the Wealden Cl

Seeley, H. G., 1887: H. G. SEELEY, Geol. Mag. 3 iv, p. 562, states that the group Dinosauria has no existence, the cons

Kelso, J. E. H., 1887: Enhydrina valakadyen, Boie. J. E. H. KELSO, P. Phys. Soc. Edinb. cxvi, p. 385, records the case of a

Symonds, E., 1887: E. SYMONDS has notes on some species of South-African Snakes; P. Z. S. 1887pp. 486-489

Mitchell.; Reichert., 1887: MITCHELL REICHERT publish Researches upon the Venorns of Poisonous Serpents; Smiths. Contr. Knowledg

Koken, E., 1887: E. KOKEN, SB. nat. Fr. 1887, p. 33, remarks on what he regards as a rudiment of the quadratojugal in

De Vis, C. W., 1887: C. W. DE VIS, P. Linn. Soc. N.S.W. 2 i, p. 1137, describes, under the heading Varanus, sp., what i

Sauvage, H. E., 1887: H. E. SAUVAGE, Bull. Soc. Zool. xii, pp. 488-499, pl. viii, describes the brachial and sacro-lumbar

Poulton, E. B., 1887: E. B. POULTON, Nature, xxxv, p. 511, fig., notices that Geckos are able to move the upper jaw.

Guppy, H. B., 1887: H. B. GUPPY's book, The Solomon Islands,London, 1887, 8vo, contains a chapter, pp. 308-18, on the

Nevill, H., 1887: H. NEVILL, Taprobanian, ii, pp. 55-58, writes on the Scincidoe of Ceylon.

Phipson, H. M., 1887: H. M. PHIPSON, J. Bomb. Soc. ii, pp. 244-250, has notes on the Poisonous Snakes of the Bombay Presid

Jurinac, A. E., 1887: A. E. JURINAC gives a list of the Reptiles and Batrachians of Croatia. Rad jugoslav. Akad. lxxxiii,

Anonymous., 1887: J. Trenton Soc. i pp. 59-67

Cunningham, J. T.; Weber, M., 1887: J. T. CUNNINGHAM M. WEBER have a discussion about the former author's claims to priority for his d

Hilgendorf, F., 1887: F. HILGENDORF, SB. nat. Fr. 1887, p. 187, claims priority for Pterothrissus, Hilg. Sept. 3, 1877,

Hitchcock, Fanny., 1887: FANNY HITCHCOCK, Am. Nat. xxi, pp. 847 848, is inclined to regard the fossils named Edestus, Leidy

Anonymous., 1887: The Recorder regrets to have been unable to see a more extensive paper, by the same author, on the

Jordan, D. S., 1887: D. S. JORDAN has additional notes on the Pleuronectidae of America; P. Ac. Philad. 1887, pp. 389-391

Gunther, A., 1887: Under this name A. GUNTHER, Chall. xxii, p. 158, proposes to establish a new family for the followin

Raffaele, F., 1887: F. RAFFAELE has two preliminary notes on the ova and larvae of Teleostei; Boll. Soc. Nat. Napoli, i,

Traquair., 1887: Notes by TRAQUAIR, P. Phys. Soc. Edinb. cxvi, pp. 349-361, figs., and Geol. Mag. 3 iv, pp. 248-257

Davis, J. W., 1887: Chondrosteus acipenseroides, Ag.; described by J. W. DAVIS, Q. J. Geol. Soc. xliii, pp. 605-616, pl.

Zografh, H., 1887: H. ZOGRAFH has also a monograph in Russian of Acipenser ruthenus, L., treating of the external cha

Reiss, J., 1887: J. REISS Palaeontogr. xxxiv pp. 1-27 pls. i-iii, describes some fossil Chimaeroid remains in the Pal

Gunther., 1887: In his revision of the Macruridae, GUNTHER, Chall. xxii, proposes to divide the genus Macrurus into

Woodward, A. S., 1887: Acrodus, Ag. foss: A. S. WOODWARD has notes on some Post-Liassic species; Geol. Mag. 3 iv pp. 10

Davis, J. W., 1887: C. lawleyi, n. sp. foss., for teeth from the Pliocene beds of Orciano in Tuscany, figured by Lawle

Gunther., 1887: Chlamydoselache anguinea, Garm.: GUNTHER figures a male specimen, aud supplements Garman's account o

Szajnocha, V., 1887: V. SZAJNOCHA has a paper, in Polish, on Fossil Fish from Monte Bolca; Pam. Ak. Krakau, xii 1886, p

Anonymous., 1887: The same author has notes on some rare fish of the Chilian coast; Zool. Gart. xxviii, pp. 85-88.

Haly, A., 1887: A. HALY, Taprobanian, ii, p. 169, records some Fish new to Ceylon.

Jurinac, A. E., 1887: A. E. JURINAC publishes a list of the Fishes of Croatia. Rad jugoslav. Akad. lxxxiii, 1887 pp. 114-1

Crosse., 1887: CROSSE objects, J. de Conch. xxvii, p. 211.

Rzehak., 1887: One or two northern and Alpine forms from Moravia ; RZEHAK, Verh. Ver. Brunn. xxv, p. 35.

Dall., 1887: Criticism of supposed statement by Camerano cf. Zool. Rec. xxii Moll. p. 43 regarding occurrence of

Roule., 1887: ROULE's memoir is published in full, with illustrations ; the conclusions have already been given fr

Lydekker, R., 1887: It is suggested by R. LYDEKKER, Preface to Cat. Foss. Mamm. Brit. Mus. v, that this genus may be fou

Schlosser, M., 1887: A synopsis of the European Tertiary species is given by M. SCHLOSSER, Beitr. Pal. Oesterr.-Ung. vii,

Lutken, C. F., 1887: A critical discussion on the characters and species of the genera mentioned, illustrated by plates o

Lutken, C. F., 1887: A paper on a parasite Cyamus of the Cetacea is published by C. F. LUTKEN, Dan. Selsk. Skr. iv, pp.

Cocks, A. H., 1887: A. H. COCKS, on the Finwhale Fishery of 1886, in Lapland, Zool. xi, p. 207

Lydekker, R., 1887: Records 38 species from these deposits referable to the genera Balaena, Megaptera, Balaenoptera inc

Studer, T., 1887: Describes part of the brain-capsule and a maxilla of a Sirenian, referred to Halianassa studeri, Mey

Zigno, A., 1887: In this memoir the author gives the chief characters of the extinct genera, and figures skulls of Ha

Gourdon., 1887: Notices specimens from Gers referred to Palaeochaerw and Listriodon.

Lydekker, R., 1887: The fossil species in the British Museum are catalogued and revised by LYDEKKER Cat. Foss. Mamm. Bri

Stezel, T., 1887: T. STEZEL Ber. Ges. Chemn. x pp. 140-143 pl. i describes and figures a lower molar from the Pleistoc

Lydekker, R., 1887: The fossil specimens in the British Museum, and a synopsis of species, given by R. LYDEKKER in Cat.

Girtonner, A., 1887: A. Girtonner, Zool. Gart. xxviii, pp. 20-27 46-54, describes Marmot-warrens.

Schaff, E., 1887: E. SCHAFF, Arch. f. Nat. 1887, pp. 118-132, considers that remains from the German Pleistocene shoul

Kunstler, J., 1887: Arctomys marmotta: J. KUNSTLER, Ann. Sci. Nat. 7 iv, pp. 160-166, pl. x, describes and figures the

Josephy, G., 1887: Notes on its habits in captivity are given by G. JOSEPHY, Zool. Gart. xxviii, pp. 148-150.

Mills, T. W., 1887: The skull of Sciurus bicolor is figured, and a figure of the Burmese Squirrel given. T. W. MILLS has

Thomas, O., 1887: An account of the genera included in the subfamily Sciurinae is given by O. THOMAS in the Encyclopae

Goldi, E. A., 1887: The question whether the Vampires feed on fruit is rediscussed by E. A. GOLDI, Zool. Gart. xxviii, p

Lord Lilford., 1887: LORD LILFORD has notes on European Bats, Zool. xi, p. 61.

Dallas, W. S., 1887: W. S. DALLAS has a popular article on Bats in Short Studies from Nature; London: 8vo.

Schulze., 1887: Sorex alpinus, recorded by E. SCHULZE, Z. Naturw. Ix, p. 187, from Brocken in the Hartz.

Murray, J. A., 1887: Sorex caerulescens: the use of the secretions in Indian medicine noticed by J. A.MURRAY, Indian Anna

Lydekker, R., 1887: R. LYDEKKER, Geol. Mag. iv, pp. 47 48, to be incorrect.

Fraas., 1887: Plesiosorex: FRAAS's identification of this form with Parasorex is shown by

True, F., 1887: Dimecodon pilirostris described by F. TRUE, P. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, pp. 97 98. Quoted as n. sp. i

Harting, J. E., 1887: J. E. HARTING, Zool. xi, pp. 161-172, pl. iii, describes the British species see also F. A. JENTINK,

Schlosser, M., 1887: A synopsis of the European Tertiary species given by M. SCHLOSSER, Beitr. Pal. Oesterr.-Ung. vi, 1,

Ward, V., 1887: Notes on its life-history by L. WARD, Am. Nat. xxi, pp. 257-264, pl. xii.

Allen, J. A., 1887: Monachus tropicalis described and figured by J. A. ALLEN, Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist, ii, pp. 1-34, pl

Nehring, A., 1887: The German forms described by A. NEHRING, MT. der Sektion f. Kusten-und Hochseefischerei, 1887, No.

Nehring, A., 1887: Phoca vitulina: A. NEHRING, Zool. Gart. xxviii, pp. 193 194, has notes on its food ; .Halichaerus

Schaff, E., 1887: Sciurus vulyaris: a skull described by E. SCHAFF, Zool. Gart. xxviii, pp. 271 272, with an additio

Lydekker, R., 1887: A synopsis of the Tertiary European species is given by M. SCHLOSSER, Beitr. Pal. Oesterr.-Ung. vi,

Anonymous., 1887: Notes on the Carnivora of Central Africa are given in Zool. Gart. xxviii pp. 200-221.

Lemoine, V., 1887: Plesiadapis: a note on its affinities given by V. Lemoine, Bull. Soc. geol. xv, pp. 147-149. The aut

Beddard, F. E., 1887: Brachyurus calvus, figured by F. E. BEDDARD, P. Z. S. 1887, p. 119, pl xli, with a few notes on its

Wunderlich, H., 1887: Hylobates entelloides: a specimen from Singapore noticed by H. WUNDERLICH, Ber. Senck. Ges. p. 60.

Charlesworth, E., 1887: E. CHARLESWORTH also gives notes on the structure of the Gorilla in J. Tr. Vict. Inst. pp. 82-86.

Anonymous., 1887: A maudible with two supernumerary teeth embeddascending ramus is described in Tr. Odont. Soc. ix, pp

ToRoK, A., 1887: Gorilla savagei. A. ToRoK, Month. Int. J. Anat. Hist, iv, pp. 137-151, 153-176, 249-274, pls. iv-v

Schlosser, M., 1887: A review of all the known European Tertiary species is given by M. SCHLOSSER, Beitr. Pal. Oesterr. U

Bigot., 1887: Conopsidi: BIGOT admits only three valid genera, viz., Pleurocerina, Brachyglossum, Conops; Ann. Soc

Mik., 1887: Clinocera, cf. Leptidae

Anonymous., 1887: B. E. Z. xxxi

Osten-sacken., 1887: OSTEN-SACKEN catalogues the Central American species; Biol. Centr. Am. Dipt. pp. 167-212. .Promachus

Anonymous., 1887: A. vesta, Fab., figured; Midden-Sumatra, iv, 8, pl. ii, figs. 3-5.

Mabille., 1887: Acraea: MABILLE arranges the Madagascar species in five groups ? subgenera, to three of which he g

Hudson., 1887: Protective coloration, HUDSON, Ent. xx, pp. 193-196.

Goossens., 1887: Hermaphrodites: GOOSSENS, Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 6 vii, p. clxvi.

Lemoine., 1887 : Scymnus sp. ? digesting its victim by the injection of digestive fluid; LEMOINE, Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr.

Anonymous., 1887: Correspondence, p. 53, p. 125, p. 345, B. Heredity in abnormal-toed cats.

Anonymous., 1887: Nature vol. xxxv.

Rupert Jones, T.; Sherborn, C.; Davies., 1887: RUPERT JONES, T., SHERBORN, C. DAVIES. Remarks on the Foraminifera, with especial reference to the

Dareste, C., 1887: Double monsters, in some cases probably due to double fertilisation.

Murphy, J. J., 1887: Nature, xxxv. Correspondence on Origin of Species, by J. J. MURPHY, p. 76

Shufeldt, R. W., 1887: SHUFELDTR. W. Notes on the Visceral Anatomy of certain Auks. P. Z. S. 1887 pp. 43-47 cut. On compari

Moore, T. J., 1887: Notes on Pheasants in the Liverpool Museum, and on Fertile Crosses bred at Knowsley and elsewhere; T

Goring, A., 1887: A. GORING, life-studies of the family; Monat. Schutze Vogelw. 1887, pp. 157-162, 184-189, 209-211, 2

Gould, J., 1887: Species of the Family figured in Suppl. to Trochil., pt. v. see GOULD, J. the late. Petasophora ge

Deditius, C., 1887: Ephthianura, see Sylviidoe.

Brehm, CL., 1887: An exhaustive paper on the Nutcracker, of which the author finally decides to allow two varieties, N

Anonymous., 1887: Passeres the examples available do not admit of determination. About 24 of the species no longer inh

Aurel Krause., 1887: For remarks upon certain species of the genus Harpides, see AUREL KRAUSE, SB. nat. Fr. 1887, pp. 55-

Gerhard Holm., 1887: For a description of Paradoxides tessini Brongn, with a discussion concerning the views of differe

Lucas, H., 1887: LUCAS, H. Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. vii, pp. lxi lxii, in a short note, comments upon the appearance o

Aurivillius., 1887: For observations upon the structure and mode of life of Tydeus foliorum, Gamasus vepallidus, and Cep

Hagen, H. A., 1887: HAGEN, H. A. Ent. Am. iii, No. 7, p. 124, comments upon the vital powers of a species of Ixodes, w

Bertkau., 1887: For additional remarks upon the mouth of the Chernetidae, see BERTKAU, Verh. Ver. Rheinl. xliv, p. 1

Abraham, N.; Rev.., 1887: An account of the habits of Moggrdgea dyeri, Camb., the Tree Trapdoor Spider of Graham's Town, is gi

Lyster, C. D., 1887: LYSTER, C. D., Nature, xxxvi, p. 366, has observed a Spider, whilst capturing its prey, allowing for

Boulenger, G. A., 1888: G. A. Boulenger, P. Z. S. 1888, pp. 204-20G, figs., distinguishes two groups among the Ranidae, acco

Spexgel, J. W., 1888: J. W. SPEXGEL remarks that Goette was the first to notice the median spiraculum of the Bombinator-ta

Cope., 1888: Remarks by COPE, Atn. Nat. xxii, pp. 724-726.

Fraas, E., 1888: E. FRAAS describes and figures the fin of Ichthyosaurus quadriscissus, Qu., from an impression showi

Krause, K., 1888: In Mecklenburg; K. KRAUSE, Arch. Ver. Mcckleub. xli, p. 222.

Greve., 1888: Emys orbicularis, L.: on its occurrence near Moscow; GREVE Zool. Gart. xxix, p. 54

Fischer, P., 1888: P. FISCHER, C.R. cvii, pp. 458-460, remarks on the dermal ossifications of the limbs of Testudo perp

Boulenger., 1888: Criticisms by BOULENGER, Ann. N. H. 6 ii, pp. 352-354.

Barbour, E. H., 1888: E. H. BARBOUR, Am. J. Sci. 3 xxxvi, pp. 227-230, pl. v, has biological notes on a young Tortoise

Boulenger, G. A., 1888: The error is corrected; op. cit. ii, p. 122.

Baur, G., 1888: G. BAUR, Zool. Anz. xi, pp. 417-424, 592-597, 736-740, has notes on the osteology of Chelonians, a

Marsh., 1888: C. montanus, n. sp., MARSH, Am. J. Sci. 3 xxxvi, p. 477, pl. xi, Cretaceous Laramie Formation of

Anonymous., 1888: Is reprinted in Geol. Mag. 3 pp. 11-15, figs., pls. i-iii. Ceratops, n. g., type of a new family,

Marsh, O. C., 1888: Stegosaurus, Marsh. O. C. MARSH'S article on the Skull and Derma Armour cf. Zool. Rec. xxiv Rept. p.

Dollo, L., 1888: L. DOLLO, Bull. Soc. Belg. Geol. ii, p. 300, having examined these fossils, pronounces them to be si

Anonymous., 1888: A new genus of Hadrosauridae, Aachenosaurus multidens, is established for supposed fragments of bone

Dollo, L., 1888: L. DOLLO, C.R. cvi, pp. 775-777, re-characterizes the two families Camptonotidae should be Camptosau

Seeley, H. G., 1888: H. G. Seeley Q. J. Geol. Soc. xliv pp. 85 86, makes some further remarks on the classification of

Anonymous., 1888: Cf. Zool. Rec. xxiv, Rept. p. 20 may be considered as not to have been published, and proposes to r

Seeley, H. G., 1888: H. G. Seeley Geol. Mag. 3 v, p. 45, requests that the names Omosauria and Cetiosauria

Boulenger., 1888: V. peringueyi, n. sp., BOULENGER, Ann. N. H. 6 ii, p. 141, Damaraland.

Pirona., 1888: V. ammodytes, L.: notes by PIRONA, Atti Ist. Venet. 6 vi, p. 1165.

Krimmel, O., 1888: On its occurrence in Wurttemberg; O. KRIMMEL, JH. Ver. Wurtt. xliv, p. 232.

Anonymous., 1888: Abstract in Zool. Gart. xxix, pp. 300-304.

Notthaft, J., 1888: A work undertaken by the late J. NOTTHAFT in 1885; Abh. Senck. Ges. xv, pp. 123-278, with 9 woodcuts

Boulengkr., 1888: Hydrophis viperina, Schmidt: the maxillary is armed with a series of four equidistant, subequal, gro

Fischer., 1888: Platurus colubrinus, Schn.: remarks on this Snake, which is believed to be innocuous; J. G. FISCHER

Boettger, O., 1888: O. BOETTGER Zool. Anz. xi pp. 395-398 remarks on the external sexual characters of the Hydrophiidae.

Brongniart, C., 1888: C. BRONGNIART has notes on Snakes in confinement; Le Nat. x, pp. 101-103.

Boulenger, G. A., 1888: G. A. BOULENGER, P. Z. S. 1888, pp. 351-353 figs., draws attention to the scaling of the reproduced

Ray Lankester., 1888: The following is the classification of RAY LANKESTER, Art. Zoology. Encycl. Brit, xxiv, p. 812:-Su

Lydekker., 1888: Exclusively confined to species and genera represented in the British Museum. Corrections to this wo

Anonymous., 1888: Preliminary diagnoses of the new species were published in Zool. Anz. xi, pp. 259-263.

Gill, T., 1888: T. GILL, Am, Nat. xxii, pp. 828-830, has critical remarks on the fossil Scleroderms, and gives diagn

Fatio, V., 1888: V. FATIO remarks on the North American Salmonoids introduced in Switzerland. Arch. Sci. Nat. 3 xix

Douglas-ogilby., 1888: Sternoptychides, n. g. Pseudobranchiae present; head and trunk much elevated and compressed, the lat

Eigenmann, C. H.; Eigenmann, R. S., 1888: C. H. R. S. EIGENMANN, Am. Nat. xxii, pp. 647-649, remark on the modifications of the air-bladder

Vaillant., 1888: VAILLANT, C. R. cvii, pp. 751-753, and Exped. Trav. Talism. p. 322, discussing the systematic posi

Chievitz, J., 1888: J. CHIEVITZ, Anat. Anz. iii, p. 787, observes that Schmidt, in 1874, has also mentioned and describe

Parker, W. N., 1888: W. N. PARKER, P. Z. S. 1888, pp. 359-367, figs., pl. xvii, describes the poison-organs of Trachinus;

Storms, R., 1888: R. STORMS, Ann. N. H. 6 ii, pp. 67-76, discusses the morphological significance of the adhesive di

Day., 1888: Identified by DAY, op. cit. 1888, p. 260, with U. sinuata, Day. .Acanthonotus, n. g. name preoccupi

Kusnezoff, Jd., 1888: P. maeotica, n. sp., p. 202, Sea of Azov.

Gill, T., 1888: T. GILL Am. Nat. xxii, pp, 356-358, writes on the primary groups of the Mailcheeked Fishes, which he

Mcintosh, W. C., 1888: W. C. MCINTOSH, Ann. N. H. 6 ii, p. 470, describes a post-larval Cottus from Scotland, contrasting

Reiss, O., 1888: O. REISS, SB. bayer. Ak. 1887, pp. 151-177, pls. i ii, writes on the fossil geneva Belonostomus, A

Ryder, J. A., 1888: J. A. RYDER, Am. Nat. xxii, pp. 659 660, has notes on the development of Acipenser sturio.

Hilgendorf, F., 1888: F. HILGENDORF, SB. nat. Fr. 1888. pp. 109 110, has remarks on the histology of the teeth of Pristi

Traquair, R. H., 1888: R. H. TRAQUAIR, Geol. Mag. 3 v, pp. 81-86 101-104, has notes on Carboniferous Selachii: Cladodus

Vaillant., 1888: O. soleatus, n. sp., p. 106, pl. xiii, fig. 1, Coast of Morocco, 2030 m.

Brongniart, C., 1888: The name Pleuracanthides is proposed for an Order or Subclass, representing a group ancestral to and

Salvadori, T., 1888: Gives the dates of publication of the various 30 fascicles of Bonaparte's Fauna Italiea 1832-41.

Anonymous., 1888: Fully describes and figures the pectoral limb on which this genus and species was founded Zool. Rec.

Lendenfeld, R., 1888: Ornithorhynchus anatinus: a note on the manner of suckling, as observed in very young specimens, is

Anonymous., 1888: Criticizes the arrangement adopted in part of the British Museum Catalogue of Fossil Mammals Zool. R

Anonymous., 1888: And also in Nature, xxxviii, pp. 611-614 see Amphitheriidoe. .

Anonymous., 1888: The relationship of the Multitubercubata to the modern Diprotodontia is discussed, and also their al

Anonymous., 1888: Describes and figures part of the terminal tube of the caudal sheath of a large Glyptodont from the

Anonymous., 1888: A translation of the memoir noticed in Zool. Roc. xxiv, Mamm. p. 50.

Balkwill, F. H., 1888: Baloenoptera rostrata: F. H. BALKWILL Rep. Plym. Inst. x, pp. 120-122, woodcuts, describes a female

Anonymous., 1888: Extracts from the article in Rochester Nat. are given in Zool. 3 xii, pp. 460-468.

Crouch, W., 1888: Balaenoptera bovealis. W. CROUCH, Tr. Ess. Club, ii, pp. 41 46, describes and figures an example s

Wilckens, W., 1888: An elaborate account of the development of the dentition of the domestic and wild races of Sus scrof

Anonymous., 1888: Further observations on the subject of the paper quoted in Zool. Rec. xxiv, Mamm. p. 44.

Anonymous., 1888: This appears to be a continuation of the remarkable memoir quoted in Zool. Rec. xxiv, Mamm. p. 46.,

Osborn, H. F., 1888: In Am. Nat. xxii, pp. 728 729, H. F. Osborn notices a remarkable discovery by H. Filhol, showing t

Anonymous., 1888: Describes and figures a nearly entire skeleton of Elaxmontherium sibiricum in the Paris Museum see Z

Anonymous., 1888: See also SB. Ver. Rheinl. 1888, p. 46.

Pohlig, H., 1888: For the fossil Elephants of Java, see Martin, supra, p. 14. H. POHLIG, SB. niederrhein. Gos. 1888, p

Anonymous., 1888: A review of the work by Howorth noticed in Zool. Rec. xxiv, Mamm. p. 38, with certain objections to

Cope., 1888: A continuation of a previous paper Zool. Rec. xxiv, Mamm. p. 37 . The second part gives a general re

Nehring, A., 1888: Arvicola oeconomus recorded by A. NEHRING, t. c. pp. 80-85, from the Ploistocene of Germany. Its rig

Winge, H., 1888: WINGE H. The article quoted in Zool. Rec. xxiv p. 32 appears, with a summary in French, in the compl

Anonymous., 1888: A continuation of the memoir quoted in Zool. Rec. xxiv, Mamm. p. 32. This part has an elaborate hist

Anonymous., 1888: A continuation of the memoir quoted in Zool. Rec. xxiii, Mamm. p. 17.

Speedy, T., 1888: T. SPEEDY has popular notes on Stoats and Weasels in Tr. Edinb. Nat. Club ii pp. 166-173

Windle, B. C. A., 1888: A preliminary account of the chief features of the myology of this species of Procyon

Dawkins, W. B., 1888: DAWKINS, W. B. On Ailurus anglicus, a new Carnivore from the Red Crag. Q. J. Geol. Soc. xliv, pp. 22

Sclater, P. L., 1888: P. L. SCLATER, P. Z. S. 1888, pp. 1 2, gives a list of 36 species of Canis living in the Zoologica

Gronen, D., 1888: D. GRONEN Zool. Gart. xxix 1888 pp. 237-241 has notes on the Wolf in Russia.

Sclater, W. L., 1888: SCLATER W. L. Remarks on Paradoxurus. P. A. S. B. 1888, pp. 124 125. Notices a specimen of P. jerd

Puiggener, J., 1888: PUIGGENER J., An. Soc. Esp. xvii Acta pp. 93-95 discusses Trouessart's identification of Hespestes w

Anonymous., 1888: In this communication the author points out that certain peculiarities described by Jensen see Zool.

Durand, Q., 1888: An elaborate memoir on the development of the human nails. Reviewed by Q. DURAND J. de l'Anat. Phys.

Meyrick., 1888: Iodios, Hb.: MEYRICK includes in this Thalassodes, Phorodesma, Chlorochroma, Chlorodes, and Comibaen

Edwards., 1888: E. magdalena, figured and described, with metamorphoses, haydeni, figured and described; EDWARDS, Bu

Christ., 1888: E. tyndarus var. dromus, distribution in Switzerland; CHRIST, MT. schw. ent. Ges. viii, p. 47.

Hofner., 1888: E. arete, F., habits and larva; HOFNER, Soc. Ent. iii, p. 10.

Elwes., 1888: E. haydeni, referred to Coenonympha; ELWES, P. E. Soc. 1888, p. xxxi.

Foerster., 1888: FOERSTER in the Synopsis in question, Verh. Ver. Rheinl. xxv pp. 135-22l divides the Ichneumonidae i

Anonymous., 1888: In the Zool. Rec. vi 1869 p. 303, only the title of Foerster's Synopsis der Familien und Gattungen d

Mac Cook., 1888: MAC COOK'S observations on the habits of Formica rufa and Atta fervens, in P. Ac. Phil reprinted pp.

Champion., 1888: Champion tabulates the Central American genera, pp. 386 387, and in describing the species figures

Anonymous., 1888: Dr. Carlet, presentation of prix Thore to, for bis publications on anatomy and physiology of insects

Dodge, P. E., 1888: Biographical note on Townend Glover; DODGE, P. E. Soc. Wash, i, p. 60.

Hagen., 1888: Constant Bar und seine Verdienste um die Lepidopterologie; B. E. Z. xxxii, pp. 13 14.-Biography of

Scudder., 1888: John Scott; Ent. M. M. xxv, p. 114, and Ent. xxi, p. 288.-George Robert Waterhouse; Ent. M. M. xxiv,

Robson, J. E., 1888: H. J. S. Pryer; Ent. M. M. xxiv, p. 277, and Eut. xxi, p. 167.-John Sang, by ROBSON, J. E.; Naturali

Heylaerts, F. J. M., 1888: Also Ent. M. M. xxv, p. 113, and Ent. xxi, p. 264.-W. W. Hill; Ent. Am. iii, pp. 235 236.-Eduard K

H. B. B., 1888: James English; Ent. xxi, p. 72.-William Farren; Ent. M. M. xxiv, p. 235, and Ent. xxi, pp. 71 72.-

T. H. H., 1888: Charles Darwin, by T. H. H.; P. R. Soc. xliv, pp. i-xxv.

Regimbart., 1888: 3. Biographical. Obituary notes: John Thomas Boswell; Ent. M. M. xxiv, p. 235.-Geo. Bowles; Rep. E.

Mik, J., 1888: MIK, J., Nomenclatorische Fehltritte; SB. z.-b. Wien, xxxviii, pp. 64-67.

Kirby., 1888: KIRBY, t. c. pp. 230-232.

Schwarz., 1888: Thomas Say, tomb of; SCHWARZ, P. E. Soc. Wash, i, p. 81.

Zacharias, O., 1888: Summary, J. R. Micr. Soc. 1889, pp. 220-223.Review by O. ZACHARIAS Biol. Centralbl. viii 18 pp. 545-

Gruber, A., 1888: The transition from pseudopodia to cilia. Cf. A. GRUBER, Ueber einige Rhizopoden aus dem Genueser Ha

Michel, A., 1888: An inquiry into the formation of plasmodia and pseudoplasmodia.

Luciani, L.; Piutti, A., 1888: The influence of various environmental conditions on the respiratory phenomena of the ova of Bombyx

Wallace, A. R., 1888: Cf. criticism by A. R. WALLACE, Nature, xxxviii, pp. 490 491. The conditions and effects of segreg

Chambers' Encyclopaedia., 1888: Various zoological articles-e. g., Ant, Bee, Biology, Bird, Brain, c.

Newton, A., 1888: The Order, sub race Tinamon ; A. NEWTON, Encyel. Brit. ed. 9, vol. xxiii

Parker, T. J., 1888: PARKER, T. J. Notes on a Skeleton of Notornis, recently acquired by the Otago University Museum. Tr.

Shufeldt, R. W., 1888: SHUFELDT, R. W. Observations upon the Morphology of Gallus bankiva of India. Including a complete a

Russ, K., 1888: Nesting in General; K. RUSS, t. c. p. 236.

SCHaFF, E., 1888: E. SCHaFF, Gef. Welt. 1888, p. 353. a a

BuNGER, H., 1888: In Sylt; H. BuNGER, Monat. Schutze Vogelw. 1888,p. 369.

Harding, J., 1888: At Settle, iu Yorkshire nest and 3 eggs ; J. HARDING, Wesley Nat. 1888, p. 235.

Butler, E. A., 1888: Iu Norfolk ; E. A. BUTLER, Zool. 1888, p. 300.

Mosley, S. L., 1888: In Durham County ; S. L. MOSLEY, Zool. 1888, p. 348.

Drummond-hay, H. M., 1888: In E. Scotland young found ; H. M. DRUMMOND-HAY, Scot. Nat. 1888, pp. 348-350

Meyer, A. B.; Helm, F., 1888: In N. Holland Schoorl and Terschelling I. ; iid. p. 124. .June 8th. At Schonebeck, Saxony nest an

Del Fiume, C., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Padua; C. DEL FIUME, II Panaro, xxvii, No. 160.

Valle, A., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Trieste ; A. VALLE, Boll, del Nat. 1888, p. 105.

Anonymous., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Mantua, L Picaglia. II Panaro, xxvii, No. 160.

AReVALO, J., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Albufera de Valencia June ; J. AReVALO, Rev. Cien. Madrid, xxii, pp. 373-3

Russ, K., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Dannewerk, near Sleswig ; id. Kieler Zeitung. Aug. 1888.

Russ, K., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Pomerania Wollin I.; id. t. c. pp. 309 310

Russ, K., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Juist I., Hanover ; id. t. c. pp. 247 248.

Russ, K., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Schleswig-Holstein ; K. RUSS, t. c. pp. 235 236.

Hildebrandt, O., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Borkum; O. HILDEBRANDT, Get Welt, 1888, p. 407.

Taxcre, R., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Anklam; R. TAXCRE, MT. orn. Ver. Wien, 1888, pp. 108 109, cut.

Karlsberger, R., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Upper Austria; R. KARLSBERGER, Monat. Schutze Vogelw. 1888, p. 250.

Rey, E., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Paunsdorf, Leipzig ; E. REY, Fly Leaf of Ornis, pt. 2,1888.

Kempen, C. V., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Dunkirk; C. V. KEMPEN, Bull. Soc. Z. Fr. xiii , pp. 145 146; at Vinn, pp.

MAGA U. D. D'AUBUSSON, L., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Dept. Somme; L. MAGAUD D'AUBUSSON, Bull. Soc. Acclim. 1888, pp. 606 667.

Sklys-longchami, E.; De., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Belgium; E. DE SKLYS-LONGCHAMI'S, Bull. Ac. Belg. xv 1888 , pp. 242-246.

Wood, J. S., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Denmark ; J. S. WOOD, Naturalist, 1888, p. 200.

Anonymous., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Bornholm, Denmark, Sweden, Norway ; Ed., Nature, xxxviii, p. 132.

Cocks, A. H., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Norway Roraas, April ; A. H. COCKS, Zool. 1888, p. 425.

Madarasz, J. V., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Transylvania April 27th ; J. V. MADARASZ, Ibis, 1888, p. 375

Taczanowski, L., 1888: Syrrhaptes paradoxus at Stock, Pilica R., near Warsaw ; L. TACZANOWSKI, Fly Leaf of Oruis, pt. 2,188

Anonymous., 1888: In Saturday Review, Sept. 8th, 1888. pp. 281-288, Pallas's Sand-Grouse.

Anonymous., 1888: In Le Nat. 1888, p. 161, fig. Le Syrrhapte paradoxal.

Anonymous., 1888: In The Times, June 6th, 1888, p. 5, Pallas's Sand-Grouse the Fonlden specimen, cf. infra .

Anonymous., 1888: In Pall Mall Gazette, June 7th, 1888, p. 18, The Invasion of the Sand-Grouse.

Anonymous., 1888: In St. James Gazette, June 2nd, 1888, p. 15, On same rare Bird Visitors: also op. cit. Aug. 25th, 18

Holtz, L., 1888: HOLTZ, L. Ueber das Steppenhuhn, Tetrao paradoxus, Pall., = Syr-rhaptes pallusu, Temm., == Syrrhapte

Shufeldt, R. W., 1888: SHUFELDT, R. W Observations on the Pterylosis of certain Picidoe. Auk, 1888, pp. 212-218, 4 cuts 5

Hargitt, E., 1888: HARGITT, E. Notes on Woodpeckers. No. xiv. On the Genus Gecinus. Ibis, 1888, pp. 1-42 153-193. Cf.

Anonymous., 1888: The writer bases his remarks on Sclater's paper on the above genus cf. Zool. Rec. xxiv, Aves, p. 58

Sarasin, F., 1889: P. SARASIN remarks on the ear of Ichthyophis glutinosus, L.; SB. nat. Fr. 1889, p. 137 .F. SARASIN,

Ryder, J. A., 1889: J. A. RYDER, P. Ac. Philad. 1889, p. 155, remarks on larvae of Amblystoma the acute tips of the tail

Hay, O. P., 1889: Amblystoma, Tsch.: O. P. HAY, Am. Nat. xxiii, pp. 602-612, has notes on the habits of A. microstomum

Holland, W. J., 1889: W. J. HOLLAND, Am. Nat. xxiii p. 283, describes the nests of a frog in Nikko, Japan, containing ta

Mocquard, F., 1889: F. MOCQUARD, CR. Congres intern. Zool. Paris, p. 80, remarks on a tadpole from Kina Balu, possibly r

Fletcher, J. J., 1889: J. J. Fletcher, P. Linn. Soc. N.S.W. 2 iv, pp. 357-387, has notes on the oviposition aud habits of

Iversen, M., 1889: M. IVERSEN, Anat. Anz. ix p. 94 draws attention to the peculiar distal expansion of the first rib in

Baur., 1889: BAUR, Am. Journ. 3 xxxvii, p. 310. Boulenger and Baur agree to regard this genus as the type of a

Boulenger., 1889: Palaeohatteria, Credn. Remarks by BOULENGER, Nature, xxxix, p. 562

Seeley, H. G., 1889: H. G. SEELEY, Rep. Brit. Ass. 1888, p. 677, remarks on an Ichthyosaurus from Mombasa, E. Africa, and

Baur., 1889: Further remarks by BAUR, op. cit. iv, p. 37, pl. vi.

Boulenger., 1889: BOULENGER adheres to his former opinion that the Miolaniidae belong to the Pleurodira; t. c. p. 138,

Lydekker, R., 1889: R. LYDEKKER, Rec. Geol. Surv. Ind. xxii, pp. 56-68 209-212, has notes on the nomenclature and syno

Anonymous., 1889: Deals only with the specimens preserved in the British Museum. The above classification is followed

Koken, E., 1889: E. KOKEN, Z. geol. Ges. 1888, p. 763, discusses the classification of the Crocodilians, criticizing

Lydekker, R., 1889: R. LYDEKKER, Q. J. Geol. Soc. xlv, p. 44, fig., remarks on the axis-vertebra of a Theropodous ? Di

Cope, E. D., 1889: E. D. COPE Science, xiii, p. 290, refers the horncore described by

Cope, E. D., 1889: E. D. COPE, Am Nat. xxiii, pp. 715-717, writes on the Horned Dinosauria of the Laramie Formation Ag

Baur, G., 1889: G. BAUR, Geol. Mag. 3 vi, pp. 171-174, makes some remarks on E. T. Newton's paper on the Skull and

Baur, G., 1889: G. BAUR, Zool. Anz. xii, pp. 45-47, remarks on the Epipterygoid, Alisphenoid, and Otic bones of Rept

Marmier, L., 1889: L. MARMIER, Bull. Sci. Nord. 3 ii, pp. 315-340, gives a French translation of Nansen's Memoir on M

THOMPSON'S, D.; Aposarcyw., 1889: D'ARCY W. THOMPSON'S paper on the auditory labyrinta, reprinted in Stud. Mus. Zool. Univ. Dundee, i,

Mobius, K., 1889: K. MOBIUS describes the sound-producing organ of Balistes aculeatus; SB. Ak. Berlin, 1889, pp. 999-1

Blanchard, E., 1889: E. BLANCHARD, C.R. cix, p. 169, suggests experiments on the mode of life of the Eel on the French co

Pouchet, G.; Bietrix, E., 1889: G. POUCHET E. BIETRIX, write on the development of Clupea alosa and C. finta; C.R. cix, pp. 951-95

Smitt, F. A., 1889: F. A. SMITT, Bih. Sv. Ak. Handl. xiv, No. 12, writes on the decrease of the Herring on the coast of

Mobius, C., 1889: C. MOBIUS writes on the movements of the Flying Fish through the air; Arch. Anat. Phys. 1889, Phys.

Gill, T., 1889: T. GILL discusses the affinities of this family, which he is inclined to regard as a group of the Co

Haddon, A. C., 1889: Echeneis, L.: A. C. HADDON, Nature, xxxix, remarks on the employment of the Sucker-Fish in Turtle-fi

Storms, R., 1889: R. STORMS, Bull. Soc. Belg. Geol. iii 1889 pp. 163-178, reviews our knowledge of the osteology of th

Jordan, D. S.; Eigenmann, C. H., 1889: JORDAN D. S. EIGENMANN C. H. Rep. U. S. Fish. Comm. for 1886 pp. 343-451 figs. A Review of the Sei

Traquair., 1889: Criticisms by TRAQUAIR, Geol. Mag. 3 vi, pp. 490-492, who considers the Dendrodontidoe to be simpl

Brusina, S., 1889: S. BRUSINA writes on the Plagioslomes of the Mediterranean and Red Sea; Glasnik, iii 1888, 64 pp.

Cope, E. D., 1889: E. D. COPE, Am. Nat. xxiii, p. 149, remarks on Brongniart and Doderlein's recent contributions on Xe

Koken, F., 1889: F. KOKEN writes on fossil fish-otoliths; SB. nat. Fr. 1889, pp. 117-121. .F. KOKEN writes on Pleurac

Anonymous., 1889: Describes remains of Anthracotherium from the Miocene of Zovencedo and Monteviale, Italy, some of wh

Lydekker, R., 1889: The above family name is proposed by R. LYDEKKER, in Nicholson Lydekker's Manual of Palaeontology

Anonymous., 1889: A summary of the observations of Nehring as to the means of determining the ages of these animals by

Cope, E. D., 1889: Type, Elephas clifti, Falc. Caut., Pliocene, India.

Brezol, H., 1889: Considers that the domestic Guinea Pig is derived from the Peruvian Cavia cutleri and not from C. po

Coester, C., 1889: Myoxus glis: COESTER Zool. Gart. xxx pp. 243-247 continues his account of the habits of the Dormouse

Porte, A., 1889: See also A. PORTE, Bull. Soc. Acclim. 4 vi, pp. 5-7.

Steuart, W., 1889: Castor fiber: W. STEUART, Sci. Goss. 1889, pp. 135-137, has notes on the colony established by the M

Caracciolo, H., 1889: Field, 1889, April, has notes on the piscivorous habits of this species, with figures of the head, s

Harting, J. E., 1889: Noctilio leporinus. J. E. HARTING

Filhol, H., 1889: Note sur la Disposition des Orifices de la Base du Crane de la Viverra antiqua T. c. pp. 109 110 w

Albarda., 1889: ALBADA gives ample synonymical observations on the species described by Rambur, and many critical re

Ashmead., 1889: ASHMEAD gives tables of the N. American genera in Ent Am. v, pp. 1-6 21-28.

Wallengren., 1889: WALLENGREN continues his descriptions of Scandinavian Tortricidae in Ent. Tidskr. x, pp. 17, c.

Edwards., 1889: E. fasciata, discoidalis, figured; EDWARDS, Butt. N. Am. 3rd series, Erebia, ii.

Anonymous., 1889: E. myops var. tekkensis figured; Rom. Mem. v, pl. i, figs. 3a b.

Demaison., 1889: E. medusa, localities noticed; DEMAISON, Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 6 ix, p. cxx.

Butler., 1889: Notes on the synonymy of numerous species; BUTLER, Tr. E. Soc. 1889, pp. xvii-xxii.

Elwes., 1889: Erebia: ELWES gives catalogue of the species, admitting 57, and a large number of critical observati

Grouvelle., 1889: Catopochrotidae, new family near Cryptophagidae defined p. 289 for the following :-

Platner, G., 1889: The importance of the controsoma as a cell-centre.

Anonymous., 1889: If whatever is acquired by one generation were not transmitted to the next, no progress in the evolu

Anonymous., 1889: Report of Committee appointed for the purpose of investigating the effects of different Occupations

Chamber., 1889: Numerous zoological articles, e.g., Dog, Embryology, Evolution, Fishes, Fox.

Chamber., 1889: Numerous zoological articles, e.g., Caterpillars, Cattle, Cell, Crab, Darwinian Theory.

Bouvier., 1889: See Zool. Rec. xxv, Crust., BOUVIER 3.

Lorenz, T., 1889: Tetrao tetrix, on the north spurs of the Caucasus; T. LORENZ, J. F. O. 1889, pp. 153-160: introducti

Meyer, A. B., 1889: Bonasa cupido, skeleton figured; ID. Abbild. Vogel-skel. pt. xiii, pl. xxvii.

Salvadori, T., 1889: Syrrhaptet paradoxus. The last notices in Italy, in the years 1888-89; T. SALVADORI, Boll. Mus. Zool

Lowis, O. V., 1889: Syrrhaptet paradoxus in Livland 1888 ; 0. V. LOWIS, Monatschr. Schutze Vogelw. 1889, p. 16.

Ehmcks, J., 1889: Syrrhaptet paradoxus in E. Prussia 1888 ;-EHMCKS, J. f. 0.1889, pp. 83 84

Talsky, J., 1889: Syrrhaptet paradoxus in Moravia; J. TALSKY, MT. orn. Ver. Wien, 1889, pp. 1-3: its food; R. EDER, t.

Reichenow, A., 1889: Syrrhaptes paradoxus, at Pawlowicz near Zlotnik in Posen 20th April, 1889 ; A. REICHENOW, J. f. O.

Granger, A., 1889: Syrrhaptet paradoxus in France generally; A. GRANGER, Le Nat 1889, p. 34.

Van Kempen, C., 1889: Syrrhaptet paradoxus, in N. France; C. VAN KEMPEN, Ball. Soc. Z. Fr.

Ed., 1889: Includes accounts of supposed breeding in Sleswig, from the 'Schleswigschen Nachrichten' in the 'Bre

Shufeldt, R. W., 1889: SHUFELDT, R. W. Note on the Anserine Affinities of the Flamingoes. Science, 1889, pp. 224 225.

Anonymous., 1889: The author, while criticizing the views of Stejneger, Milne-Edwards and Grandidier, seebohm. and oth

Anonymous., 1889: Ibis, 1889, pp. 32-58, pl. i, cut.

Anonymous., 1889: Should have the words of Sclater Salvin, P. Z. S. 1879, p. 513, added after it: further notes on

Anonymous., 1889: Myiozetetes texensis, in Zool. Rec. zxv, Aves, p. 66

Godman, F. D.; Salvin, O., 1889: F. D. GODMAN O. SALVIN, Biol. Centr. Am.:-

Allen, J. A., 1889: Colinus ridgwayi, first plumage; J. A. ALLEN, Auk, 1839, p. 189.

Stone, W., 1889: STONE, W. Catalogue of the Muscicapidoe in the Collection of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sci

Tristram, H. B., 1889: Ptilotis, see Cleptornis, supra.

Salvadori, T., 1889: SALVADORI, T. Hibernation of Martins Progne domestica in the Argentine Republic. Nature, xl 1889 ,

Fowler, W. W., 1889: FOWLER, W. W. On the Autumn Migration of Swallows and Martins. Midl. Nat. 1889, pp. 97-101.

Billard, F.; Petit, L.; Vian, J., 1889: BILLARD, F., PETIT, L., VIAN, J. Rapport aur la Destruction des Hirondelles. Bull. Soc. Zool. Fr.

Konig, A., 1889: Suthora. See Timeliidoe.

Salvin, O.; Godman, F. D., 1889: Cyrtonyx salloei, from Amula, State of Guerrero; O. SALVIN F. D. GODMAN, Ibis, 1889, pp. 242 243

Hartlaub, G., 1889: Chamoea, see Paridae.

Lohest, M., 1890: M. LOHEST, Bull. Soc. Belg. Geol. 1888, p. cxx, records the discovery of Stegacephalous remains in t

Anonymous., 1890: This part, which deals with the anatomy, the classification, and concludes with a complete index to

Anonymous., 1890: J. A. RYDER reports on a brood of larval Amphiuma; Am. Nat. xxiii, p. 927 1890 .

Heron Royer., 1890: On its acclimatisation in France Touraine; id., Bull. Soc. Zool. Er. xv, p. 14.

Heron Royer., 1890: Discoglossus pictus, Otth. HERON ROYER writes on the habits and development, and on the characters w

Heron Royer., 1890: On the mode of embrace in the pairing tailless Batrachians; HERON ROYER, Bull. Soc. Z. Fr. xv, p. 20

Howes, G. B., 1890: G. B. HOWES, Zool. xiv p. 281, remarks on the toxic properties of the Batrachian integument.

Lydekker, R., 1890: R. LYDEKKER, P. Z. S. 1889, p. 572 pls. liv lv, describes and figures some associated remains of a

Howes, G. B., 1890: G. B. HOWES, P. Z. S. 1890, p. 357 figs., remarks on the proatlas and vomerine teeth of Sphenodon pu

Zittel., 1890: ZITTEL, Palaeontologie, iii, p. 644 proposes a new Suborder, Pseudosuchia intermediate between Paras

Koken, E., 1890: E. KOKEN has notes on the skull, brain-case, and auditory organ of Nothosaurus; SB. Nat. Fr. 1890 pp

Baur, G., 1890: G. BAUR, Am. Nat. xxiv, pp. 530-535, writes on the classification of the Chelonians, which he divide

Lundgren, B., 1890: B. LUNDGREN, JB. Mineral. 1890, ii, p. 275, records the discovery of a Gavial-like, procaelous Croco

Ridley, H. N., 1890: H. N. RIDLEY, Nature, xlii, p. 457, reports the occurrence of a Crocodile no doubt Crocodilus porosu

Lydekker, R., 1890: R. LYDEKKER, Q. J. Geol. Soc. xlvi, p. 185, fig., describes a peculiar horn-like Dinosaurian bone fr

Baur., 1890: Criticisms by BAUR, Am. Nat. xxiv, p. 569.

Marsh, O. C., 1890: O. C. MARSH, Am. J. Sci. 3 xxxix, p. 424, arranges the American Cretaceous Dinosaurs in the follow

Brown, A. E., 1890: Stilosoma, n. g. Body very slender, cylindrical and rigid; tail short; head rounded on frontal outli

Werner, F., 1890: F. WERNER, Biol. Centralbl. x, pp. 233-238, remarks on variations in the lepidosis of Snakes of the

Klebs, R., 1890: R. KLEBS, Tag. Deut. Nat. Vers. lxii, p. 270, Biol. Centralbl. x, p. 448 and condensed translation i

Boulenger, G. A., 1890: G. A. BOULENGER, Ann. N. H. 6 vi pp. 412-414, describes the distinctive cranial characters of the

Weber, M., 1890: On a collection made in Sumatra, Java, Flores, Celebes, and Saleyer.

Bronn, H. G., 1890: Concludes the account of the embryology.

Boulenger., 1890: Remarks on the above paper by BOULENGER, P. Z. S. 1890, p. 32.

Anonymous., 1890: Continuation. Cf. Zool. Rec. xxvi, Rept. p. 3.

De Chaignon., 1890: On the Snakes of the French Jura; DE CHAIGNON, Bull. Soc. Saone, iv, pp. 288-293.

Anonymous., 1890: A supplement of 13 pp. is devoted to the Reptiles and Batrachians. For a first supplement, cf. Zool.

Voeltzkow, A., 1890: A. VOELTZKOW Zool. Anz. xiii p. 314, remarks on a gravid female Muroena from Zanzibar.

Gill, T., 1890: T. GILL, Am. Nat. xxiii p. 1015 1890, proposes to raise this family to the rank of an order, under

Pouchet, G., 1890: G. POUCHET, J. de l'Anat. Phys. xxvi pp. 620-629, publishes a report of observations relating to the

Fatio., 1890: Coregonus, Art.: FATIO, Faun. Vert. Suisse, v, deals very fully with the forms inhabiting Switzerlan

Eunstler, J., 1890: J. EUNSTLER, C.R. cxi, p. 695, has remarks on the Salmon of Norway.

Dames, W., 1890: W. DAMES, JB. Min. 1890, ii, p. 143, regards the teeth described as Mammalian by Marsh, under the na

Knauthe, K., 1890: K. KNAUTHE, Zool. Gart. xxxi, pp, 56 57, remarks on the breeding habits of Phoxinus loevis, Leucas

Gill, T., 1890: T. GILL, Am. Nat. xxiv, p. 481, remarks on the characters of the Ribbon Fishes, for which group he u

Burckhardt, R., 1890: R. BURCKHARDT, SB. nat. Fr. 1890, p. 158, has remarks on Protopterus annectens, and denies the cauda

Collett., 1890: Chlamydoselache anguinea, Garm.: recorded from Madeira by COLLETT, Bull Soc. Z. Fr. xv p. 219.

Jaekel, O., 1890: O. JAEKEL SB. nat. Fr. 1890 pp. 47-57 figs. remarks on the position of the gill-clefts in the variou

Wilson, E., 1890: WILSON Geol. Mag. 3 vii pp. 366-369 gives a list of the type specimens of fossil Fishes preserved

Fatio., 1890: This volume completes the account of the Fishes of Switzerland. Remarks on the fish-fauna of Switzer

Pouchet, G., 1890: POUCHET, G., C.R. Soc. Biol. 9 ii, pp. 686-688, has notes on the record of two Whales stranded in

Gaudry, A., 1890: Anthracotherium monvialense: A. GAUDRY, Bull. Soc. geol. 3 xviii, pp. 255-257, has a note on the s

Anonymous., 1890: An illustrated article based on Hornaday's work noticed in Zool. Rec. xxvi, Mamm. p. 41.

Prochazka, J., 1890: Rhinoceros antiquitatis tichorhinus remains from Herotic, near Tischnowic, recorded by J. ProchAzk

Gatory, F., 1890: Hipparion: A. Gatory, Bull. Soc. Geol. 3 xviii, pp. 189-191, has a note on the date and place of p

Ortmann, A., 1890: ORTMANN, Zool. Anz. xiii pp. 155-157 has a note on the same subject.

Jentink, F. A., 1890: Eupetaurus cinereus: F. A. JENTINK, Notes Leyd. Mus. xii, pp. 143 144, pl. vii, figs. 1 2, recor

Anonymous., 1890: A continuation of the memoir quoted in Zool. Rec. xxvi, Mamm. p. 28; the present part describing the

Windle, B. C. A.; Humphreys, J., 1890: An elaborate series of measurements of the skulls and teeth is given in various breeds of Dogs, aud

Anonymous., 1890: Describes and figures part of a mandible from the Pleistocene of Heppenloch, Wurtemberg, which is re

Lydekker, R., 1890: LYDEKKER R. On the Occurrence of the Striped Hyaena in the Tertiary of the Val d'Arno. Q. J. Geol. S

Emin Pasha., 1890: EMIN PASHA, P. Z. S. 1890, pp. 647 648, mentions the occurrence of a Hyaena allied to or identical

Greve, C., 1890: For distribution, see GREVE supra p. 26

Allen, H., 1890: This paper also has remarks on C. brevicauda and other genera of the family.

Filhol, H., 1890: Cebochaerus minor: mandible from the Quercy Phosphorites described and figured by H. FILHOL, t. c. p

Sclater, P. L., 1890: Colobus ferrugineus figured by P. L. SCLATER, P. Z. S. 1890, pl. xlviii. .Equus grevyi and burchelli

Frigerio, F., 1890: L. FRIGERIO, Rend. Ist. Lombardo 2 xxiii, p. 609, describes and figures a human skull having a tri

Bergroth., 1890: BERGROTH dissents from some of the changes of names of species effected by Reuter in the Rev. Syn. H

Meinert., 1890: The position of this insect appears very problematical: it is myrmecophilous.

Smith., 1890: Preliminary catalogue of the Arctiidae of temperate North America, with notes by SMITH, continued in

Weed., 1890: WEED: Plum Curculio experiments; remedies for striped cucumber beetle; the rhubarb Curculio; the clo

Scudder., 1890: Paladicella, n. g. Hydropsychidae for P. eruptionus, n. sp., Florissant, p. 189, pl. xv, fig. 14,

Lethierry., 1890: For Arabia and Red Sea, see 3 h.

Anonymous., 1890: Insects and flowers; insects attacking man; edible insects. See Economic.

Beddard., 1890: BEDDARD 1 continues his researches on the structure of the eye of Isopoda. See Zool. Rec. xxv, Cru

Spengel, J. W., 1891: J. W. SPENGEL Zool. JB., Syst. v p. 290 describes the casting of the epidermis in Salamandra maculos

Zeller, E., 1891: E. ZELLER Z. wiss. Zool. li pp. 737-741 publishes a rectification to his account of the mode of fecu

Heron-royer., 1891: HERON-ROYER, Bull. Soc. Z. Fr. xvi, pp. 206-208, states that the Discoglossidae normally breed sever

Ryder, J. A., 1891: J. A. RYDER, Am. Nat. xxv, pp. 838-840, reports on the development of Engystoma carolinense.

Wolter., 1891: WOLTER J. Ber. Ver. Magdeburg, 1890 p. 316, describes the nuptial garb of what he takes to be a male

Mehely, L.; Von., 1891: L. VON MEHELY writes on the distribution of R. temporaria, arvalis,and agilis Hungary; J. Ber. Ver.

Blanchard, R., 1891: R. BLANCHARD, Bull. Soc. Zool. xvi, p. 250, fig., describes and figures a monstrous dropsical Tadp

Sherwood.; Ryder., 1891: SHERWOOD RYDER, Am. Nat. xxv, pp. 740-742, fig., remark upon Tadpoles of Rana catesbiana, with bif

Anonymous., 1891: Cf. Zool. Rec. xxvi, Rept. p. 20 .

Brandes, G., 1891: G. BRANDES, Biol. Centralbl. xi, pp. 73-78, remarks on A. Looss's experiments on the resorption of t

Knauthe, K., 1891: K. KNAUTHE, Zool. Anz. xiv, pp. 104-106 109-115, writes on the endurance of cold in the European B

Boulenger, G. A., 1891: G. A. BOULENGER, P. Z. S. 1891, pp. 168-172, remarks on the classi-fication of the Rhynchocephalia,

Seeley, H. G., 1891: H. G. SEELEY, Rep. Brit. Ass. 1890, p. 809, remarks on the vertebrae in the Ichthyosaurians.

Anonymous., 1891: Also Science, xvii, p. 190.

Boulenger, G. A., 1891: G. A. BOULENGER remarks on some variations in the skulls of Chelone mydas and Thalassochelys caretta

Boulenger., 1891: T. microtympanum, n. sp., for the skull of an extinct species, probably from. Mauritius: BOULENGER,

Bauhof, J., 1891: T. graeca, L.: on its mode of pairing; J. BAUHOF, Zool. Gart. xxxii, p. 274.

Vaillant, L., 1891: L. VAILLANT, Ann. Sci. Nat. 7 xii, pp. 50-63, discusses the nomenclature of the various genera int

Baur., 1891: Adocus, Cope foss., is regarded by BAUR as allied to Dermatemys, but forming u distinct family, Ad

Ristori, G., 1891: G. RISTORI, Atti Soc. Tosc. vii. Pr. Verb. pp. 304-308, notices some Chelonian remains from the Mioc

Howes, G. B., 1891: HOWES, G. B. On the Probable Existence of a Jacobson's Organ among the Crocodilia; with observations

Baur, G., 1891: G. BAUR, Am. Nat. xxv, pp. 434-454, remarks on the Reptiles generally called Dinosauria, and, after

Williston., 1891: Pteranodon longiceps, Marsh: on the skull and hind extremity; WILLISTON, Am. Nat. xxv, p. 1124.

Woodward, A. S., 1891: A. S. WOODWARD, Ann. N. H. 6 viii, p. 314, fig., notices an Ornithosaurian quadrate from the Creta

Lydekker, R., 1891: R. LYDEKKER, Q.J. Geol. Soc. xlvii, p. 41, pl. v, figg. 3 4, has notes on remains of Ornithosauria

Stejneger., 1891: C. pyrrhus, Cope, recorded from California by STEJNEGER, West Am. Scientist, vii, p. 165.

Feokistow, A. E., 1891: Crotalus durissus, L.: physiological notes by A. E. FEOKISTOW, Mel. biol. xiii, pp. 1-4

Hagen., 1891: Vipera berus, L.: on its habits and distribution in Germany; HAGEN, Abh. naturh. Ges. Nurnberg, viii

Dalla Torre, K. W., 1891: K. W. DALLA TORRE, Progr. Staats-Gymn. Innsbruck, 1891,deg. writes on the Vipers of the Tyrol.

Cope, E. D., 1891: E. D. COPE, Am. Nat. xxv, p. 156, fig. 1, remarks on the epiglottis in Colubrine Snakes. .E. D. COPE

Zigno, A.; De., 1891: A. DE ZIGNO, Atti Mem. Acc. Padova, vi 1890 writes on fossil Tertiary Snakes from Italy.

Sclater, W. L., 1891: SCLATER, W. L. Notes on the Collection of Snakes in the Indian Museum, with Description of several n

Williston, S. W., 1891: S. W. WILLISTON has notes on a specimen of Clidastes velox, Marsh, = cineriarum, Cope ? from Kansa

Shufeldt, R. W., 1891: R. W. SHUFELDT, N. Y. Med. J. liii No. 651, pp. 581-584, reviews the medical and other opinions up

Werner, F., 1891: F. WERNER, Biol. Centralbl. xi, pp. 358-372, has further observations on the markings of Reptiles an

Paratre, R., 1891: R. PARATRE, Bull. Mus. Chateauroux, iii, 1891 pp. 120-129, discusses the distribution of Batrachians

Mingazzini., 1891: MINGAZZINI Atti Rend. Acc. Rom. vii, p. 229 gives some new Gregarina from the Gulf of Naples.

Imhof., 1891: IMHOF gives some Flagellata from the Boden See, and some Protozoa from the Black Forest; Zool. Anz.

Dalla-torre., 1891: And DALLA-TORRE deals with the Infusoria of the Tyrol Ferdinaneum Zeitschr. iii, pt. 3, p. 239.

Daday., 1891: DADAY gives some Protozoa among his Microscopic Freshwater Fauna of Hungary; Term, fuzetek, xiv, p

Pearcey., 1891: PEARCEY gives some Foraminifera dredged in Liverpool Bay; 4th Rep. Liverp. Mar. Biol. Stat. p. 42.

Anonymous., 1891: General.-Mingazzini deals with the Geographical Distribution of Polycystic Gregarines; Atti Rend. Ac

Le Daudec., 1891: LE DAUDEC Bull. Sci. Fr. Belg. xxiii, pp. 261-328 has experimented on the digestion of Protozoa. I

Ischikawa., 1891: ISCHIKAWA Zool. Anz. xiv, p. 12 describes the process of conjugation in Noctiluca.

Anonymous., 1891: See also Riv. Ital. Sci. Nat. xi. p. 306.

Certes., 1891: CERTES Bull. Soc. Zool. xvi, p. 93 strongly advocates Eismond's methods of preparing Infusoria.

Lo Bianco., 1891: LO BIANCO An. Soc. Esp. xx, p. 273 details certain methods of preservation of marine animals. For

Fritsch, A., 1891: A. FRITSCH, Zool. Anz. xiv, pp. 21 22, sums up the results of his investigation of the Xenacanthid

Vigliarolo, G., 1891: Pristis, Lath.: the fossil pecies monographed by G. VIGLIAROLO, Atti Ace. Nap. 2 iv, App. No. 3, 2

Teller, F., 1891: F:. TELLER, Abh.. Geol. Reichsanst. xv, Heft 3, reviews our knowledge of the skull of Ceratodus and

Woodward, A. S., 1891: A. S. WOODWARD Cat. Foss. Fish ii, p. 234, divides this subclass into two orders: SIRENOIDEI Dipter

Rohon, J. V., 1891: J. V. ROHON, Bull. Ac. Petersb. 2 i, pp. 397-410 1890, remarks on the vertebral column of Dendro

Pollard, H. B., 1891: POLLARD, H. B. On the Anatomy and Phylogenetic Position of Polypterus Preliminary Communication. A

Woodward, A. S., 1891: A. S. WOODWARD, P. Z. S. 1890, p. 635, remarks on the evolution of the Aspidorhynchidoe.

Hopkins, G. S., 1891: HOPKINS, G. S. Structure of the Stomach of Amia calva. P. Am. Micr. Soc. xii, pp. 165-169, figs. Abs

Semon, R., 1891: SEMON, R. Notizen uber den Zusammenhang der Harn- und Geschlechts-organe bei den Ganoiden. Morph. JB

Haller, B., 1891: HALLER, B. Ueber das Centralnervensystem, insbesondere uber das Ruckenmark von Orthagoriscus mola. M

Fraser, J. E., 1891: FRASER, J. E. Notes on the Spawning of the Anguilloe. Rep. Brit. Ass. 1890, p. 866.

Cunningham, J. T., 1891: CUNNINGHAM J. T. On the Reproduction and Development of the Conger. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. 2 ii, pp. 1

Knauthe, K., 1891: K. KNAUTHE Zool. Anz. xiv pp. 73-76 has biological notes on German Cyprinoids, and, pp. 104-106 10

Sagemehl, M., 1891: SAGEMEHL M. Beitrage zur vergleichenden Anatomie der Fische. iv. Das Cranium der Cyprinoiden. Morph.

Weber, M., 1891: WEBER, M. Eigenthumliche Lagerung der Leber und Niere bei Silu-roiden. Zoolog. Ergebn. einer Reise i

Koken, E., 1891: KOKEN, SB. nat. Fr. 1891, pp. 25-27, regards Gunther's order Physostomi as a most unnatural assembla

Morton, A., 1891: Seven branchiostegals; single row of villiform teeth; the spinous dorsal continuous with the soft, a

Cope, E. D., 1891: E. D. COPE, Am. Nat. xxv, pp. 479-481, and P. U. S. Nat. Mus. xiv, pp. 459 460, remarks on his sup

Walcott., 1891: On the discovery of fish-remains Elasmobranchii ? in the Lower Silurian of Colorado; WALCOTT, Scie

Alcock, A., 1891: A. ALCOCK also gives a list of the bathybial Fishes collected on the coasts of India by the 'Investi

Bellotti, C., 1891: C. BELLOTTI, Atti Soc. Ital. xxxii, pp. 107-144, pl., has notes on Mediterranean Fishes, with critic

Smith., 1891: Anatomy of nine species belonging to the genera Dondersia, Ismenia, Proneomenia, and Paramedia.

Pilsbry., 1891: Monograph: PILSBRY in TRYON'S Manual, xiii, pp. 1-66, includes Subfam. I. Pectinodontinoe: Pectinodo

Pilsbry., 1891: Monograph: PILSBRY in TRYON's, xii, 1890, pp. 72-126, divides the single genus into three sections-H

Pilsbry., 1891: Monograph: PILSBRY in TRYON's Mannal, xii, 1890, pp. 131-138, single genus. .Monograph: PILSBRY in T

Boehm., 1891: Cretaceous of Upper Bavaria

Klika., 1891: Orizosoma n. subg. of Streptostyla q.v. .

Pavlow., 1891: Belemnitidoe are divided by PAVLOW into :-1. Notocoeli. 2. Bipartiti. 3. Dilatati. 4. Suprasulcati

Anonymous., 1891: In Rev. Arg. Hist. Nat. i, p. 304, the above author states, that in the South American forms the too

Ameghino., 1891: Described as a Creodont, but identified by AMEGHINO, Rev. Arg. Hist. Nat. i, pp. 437 438, with Did

Anonymous., 1891: Is found by its describer, Rev. Arg. Hist. Nat. i p. 255 to be Avian; the name is amended to Phororh

Ameghino., 1891: Phorusrhachos AMEGHINO, 1887 Zool. Rec. xxiv Mamm. p. 52,

Slade, D. D., 1891: A general description of the anatomy of this genus.

Mercerat, A., 1891: The author first states that the genus Cochlops, Ameghino, is founded upon portions of the carapace

Hubrecht, A. A. W., 1891: Describes a Mammal from Sumatra, of which the only known specimen in lost, as Trichomanis hoeveni. I

Couvreur.; Balaillon., 1891: The musculature of the hind limb is described as departing widely from that of the ordinary pentedac

Ameghino., 1891: Describes the remains of a number of Edentates from the Argentine Tertiaries, many of which are rega

Sacco, F., 1891: SACCO, F. Sopra un Cranio di Tursiops cortesii Desm. var astensis, Sacc., dell'Astigiana. Atti. Ac

Van Beneden, P. J., 1891: P. J. VAN BENEDEN Bull. Ac. Belg. 3 xxii, pp. 202-205, refers to a 'school' which appeared in the

Cope, E. D., 1891: E. D. COPE, P. Ac. Philad. 1891, pp. 474-478, describes a Balamoptera stranded on the coast of New J

Nehring., 1891: The author classifies the existing Swine as follows:-I. Sus. Sus scrofa ferus. Sus indicus ferus. Su

Marsh, O. C., 1891: MARSHO. C. A Horned Artiodactyle Protoceras celer from the Miocene. Am. J. Sci. 3 xlipp. 81 82

Ameghino., 1891: See above, under Macraucheniidae, for Copes notes on this family.

Ameghino., 1891: Describes a number of Mammalian remains from the Tertiary of Patagonia, which are referred to a new

Ameghino., 1891: In Rev. Arg. Hist. Nat. i p. 353 AMEGHINO identifies the first two of Moreno's species with his own

Moore, J., 1891: The first paper describes an incisor from Georgia, regarded as indicating a new species of Castoroid

Nehring., 1891: NEHRING SB. nat. Fr. 1891 pp. 175-177, has notes on remains of Spermophilus from Bourg, in the Giron

Anonymous., 1891: The continuation of the memoir quoted in Zool. Rec. xxvii, Mamm. p. 32.

Kirby., 1891: Much synonymy is given, without indication of what part thereof is new.

Moore., 1891: MOORE continues his descriptions and figures of the E. Indian species of Euplaeinae; Lep. Ind. pp. 1

Niebuhr.; Christ.; Olivier.; Leach.; Jerdon.; Motschoulsky.; Smith.; Jordan., 1891: NIEBUHR, CHRIST, OLIVIER, LEACH, JERDON, MOTSCHOULSKY, SMITH, JORDAN; Bull. Ent. Ital. xxiii, pp. 15

Fox., 1891: P. caliptera, Say, referred to Agenia; FOX, p. 196, Ent. News, ii.

Tournier., 1891: Pompilius: TOURNIER continues tabulation of the European Pompilidae, with many species that may be p

Friese., 1891: FRIESE gives much information as to the habits and nests of many species of solitary bees, with clas

Bedel., 1891: BEDEL commences the Chrysomelidae in his Faune du bassin de la Seine, v, pp. 105-136.

Kuwert., 1891: KUWERT, Deutsche e. Z. 1891, pp. 161, c., gives a tabulation of the genera and species of the famil

Bateson., 1891: Under B. pinnulatus is described abnormal secondary arm-branching cf. BATESON, Zool. Rec. 1890 .

Bouvier., 1891: BOUVIER Am. Sci. Nat. 7 xii p. 65 arrives at the conclusion that the so-called Glaucothoidae are i

Daday., 1891: DADAY records several Hungarian Crustacea Term, fuzetek, xiv, p. 107. He reviews the genus Diaptom

Bolivar., 1891: BOLIVAR An. Soc. Esp. xix, p. 115 gives a list of Crustacea of the neighbourhood of San Sebastian.

Ortmann., 1891: ORTMANN Zool. Jahrb. v, p. 744 treats of the geographical distribution of the genus Palaemon. .ORT

De Guerne.; Richard., 1891: DE GUERNE RICHARD Bull. Soc. Z. Fr. xvi, p. 213 deal with the geographical distribution of Diapt

Grobben., 1891: And GROBBEN SB. Ak. Wien, xcix, p. 539 in Lucifer.

Butschinsky., 1891: BUTSCHINSKY Zapiski novoross. Obsch. Estestv. xiv, p. 79 has investigated the development of Parap

Canu., 1891: In his account of the semi-parasitic Copepoda of Boulogne, CANU treats of the sexual dimorphism, the

Roule., 1891: ROULE C.R. cxiii, p. 153 has investigated the development of the mesoderm in Porcellio scaber and

Leichmann., 1891: LEICHMANN Bibl. Zool. x has studied the reproduction of Isopoda. The Sphaeromidae show rudimentary

Anonymous., 1891: He arrives at the conclusion that the nephro-peritoneal sacs of the Decapoda should be regarded rat

Weldon., 1891: WELDON has discovered in several other forms the enormous bladder development which he first observe

Samassa., 1891: SAMASSA Arch. mikr. Anat. xxxviii, p. 100 has investigated the nervous system of the Cladocera. Th

Schneider., 1891: SCHNEIDER C.R. cxiii, p. 316 has investigated the arterial system of Isopoda. His researches go to

Bouvier., 1891: BOUVIER Ann. Sci. Nat. 7 p. 402 discusses the gills of the Paguridae.

Claus., 1891: CLAUS Arb. z. Inst. Wien, lx, pp. 225-264 has an important article on the median Crustacean Eye. T

Vom Rath., 1891: VOM RATH finds sensory hairs on almost every portion of the Crustacean body. The most complicated an

Viallanes., 1891: VIALLANES Bull. Soc Z. Fr. xvi, p. 168 in a preliminary account of the minute structure of the eye

Benham., 1891: BENHAM Ann. N. H. 7 vii, p. 256 notices a case of the doubling of the female generative pores in

Ischikawa., 1891: ISCHIKAWA describes the occurrence of ova in the testes of Gebia major. Zool. Anz. xiv, p. 70.

Edwards.; Bouvier., 1891: EDWARDS BOUVIER Bull. Soc. Philom. iii, p. 102 consider it established that the Paguridoe of the

Schlampp, K. W., 1892: K. W. SCHLAMPP, Z. wiss. Zool. iii, 1892, pp. 537-557, pl. xxi, investigates the structure of the ey

Andersson, O. A., 1892: O. A. ANDERSSON, Morph. JB., Anat. v, 1892, pp. 184-210, pls. xv-xviii, writes on the sympathetic ne

Camerano, L., 1892: L. CAMERANO, Boll. Mus. Zool. Tor. vii, 1892, No. 140, writes on the action of running water and of

Anonymous., 1892: French translation in Arch. Ital. Biol. xviii, 1893, pp. 458-462.

Bertelli, D., 1892: D. BERTELLI, Monit. Zool. Ital. iii, 1892, pp. 203-207, remarks on the tympanic membrane of Rana esc

Roux, W., 1892: W. ROUX, Verh. Anat. Ges. 1892, pp. 22-62, reviews recent researches on the segmentation of the Batr

Jungersen, H. F. E., 1892: H. F. E. JUNGERSEN, Vid. Medd. 1892 1893, pp. 32-72, pls. ii iii, writes on the development of t

Griesbach, H., 1892: H. GRIESBACH, Leuckart Fetschrift, 1892, pp. 215-227, pl. xxiii, further contributes to the knowledg

Anonymous., 1892: Abstract in Anat. Anz. vii, 1892, pp. 472-476.

Dollo, L., 1892: DOLLO Bull. Soc. Belg. Geol. v Mem. 1892 pp. 151-199 pls. vi-viii completes his description of Champ

Fraas, E., 1892: E. FRAAS JB. Mineral. 1892 pp. 87-90 figs. describes and figures a specimen of Ichthyosaurus quadris

MITSUKURI'S, K., 1892: K. MITSUKURI'S second and third contributions to the embryology of Reptilia, J. Coll. Sci. Japan iv

Lydekker, R., 1892: R. LYDEKKER Q. J. Geol Soc. xlviii. 1892,p 375, fig., has a note on some Sauropodous Dinosaurian foo

Seeley, H. G., 1892: H. G. SEELEY, Q. J. Geol. Soc. xlviii, 1892, Proc. pp. 108-191, discusses the relations of the Sauri

FEOKTISTOW'S, A. E., 1892: A. E. Feoktistow's paper on the physiology of the rattle of Crotalus durissus is translated in Ann N

Niemann, F., 1892: F. NIEMANN, Arch. f. Nat. lviii, i, 1892, pp. 262-286, pl. xiv, deals with the morphology and physio

Werner, P., 1892: P. WERNER, Biol. Centralbl. xii, 1892, pp. 277-280, remarks on the sculpture of the epidermis in Sna

Butler, G. B., 1892: G. B. BUTLER, P. Z. S. 1892, pp. 477-498, pl. xxviii, deals with the subdivision of the body-cavity

Gaudry, A., 1892: A. GAUDRY, Mem. Soc. Geol. iii, No. 3, 1892, 13 pp., 2 pls., describes the remains of Mosasaurs hith

Gorjanovic-kramberger, C., 1892: C. GORJANOVIC-KRAMBERGER, Glasnik Nadar. Drustva, vii, 1892, pp. 74-106, pls. iii iv, and Rad Jugo

Boulenger, G. A., 1892: G. A. BOULENGER Ann. N. H. 6 ix1892, p. 72, remarks on some newly-discovered E. African Chameleons

Strahi., 1892: STRAHI Verh. Anat. Ges. 1892 pp. 190-195 remarks on retrogression of ripe ovarian eggs in Lacerta ag

Will, L., 1892: WILL Morph. JB., Anat. vi 1892 pp. 1-160 figs., pls. i-xi deals with the embryology of Tarentola mur

Benda, C., 1892: C. BENDA Verh. Anat. Ges. 1892 pp. 195-199 writes on the histio genesis of the Sauropidan spermatozo

Virchow, H., 1892: H. VIRCHOW, Z. wiss. Zool. liii 1892 pp. 170-206 pl. x, deals specially with the vitelline sac of Re

Giacomini, E., 1892: E. GIACOMINI has preliminary notes on the foetal membranes of Reptiles; Mon. Zool. Ital. iii 1892 pp

De Klinckowstrom, A., 1892: A. DE KLINCKOWSTROM, Anat. Anz. viii, 1893, pp. 289-299, figs., studies the early development of the

Cope, E. D., 1892: E. D. COPE, Tr. Am. Phil. Soc. xvii, 1892, pp. 11-26, pls. i-v, discusses the homologies of the post

Cope, E. D., 1892: Texas: E. D. Cope, P. Am. Phil. Soc. xx, 1892, pp. 123-131, describes fossil Reptiles.

Boulenger, G. A., 1892: Critical remarks on some of the Lizards and Rhyuchocephalians are made by G. A. BOULENGER, Ann. N. H

De Vis, C. W., 1892: British New Guinea: C. W. DE VIS, Anu. Queensland Mus. i, 1892, No. 2, pp. 11 12, enumerates some

Lataste, F., 1892: Chili: F. LATASTE, Actes Soc. Sci. Chili, i, 1892, pp. 7-40, publishes a revision of the Lacertilia,

Test, F. C., 1892: Montana and Wyoming: F. C. TEST, Bull. U. S. Fish. Comm. 1891, pp. 57-59 1892, remarks on some Rep

De Bedriaga, J., 1892: Is. of the Gulf of Guinea: J. DE BEDRIAGA, O Istituto, ser. 2, Nos. 6 7, 1892, describes the Repti

Barboza Du Bocage, J. V., 1892: Portuguese Guinea: J. V. BARBOZA DU BOCAGE, J. Sci. Lisb. 2 ii, 1892, pp. 183 184, enumerates th

Mocquaud, F., 1892: Borneo: F. MOCQUAUD, Mem. Soc. Zool. v, 1892, pp. 190-206, pl. vii, reports on a collection of Repti

Boulenger, G. A., 1892: Great Loo Choo I.: G. A. BOULENGER, Ann. N. H. 6 x, 1892, pp. 302-304, remarks on a collection of

Boettger, O., 1892: Aden: O. BOETTGER, Ber. Offenb. Ver. xxix-xxxii, 1892, pp. 61-63, records some Reptiles from. .India

Ostroumoff, A., 1892: Mangyschlak and Busatschi: A. OSTROUMOFF, Protok. obsch. estest. Kazan. 1889-90, Append. No. 113 18

Boettger, O., 1892: Caucasus District: O. BOETTGER, Ber. Senck. Ges. 1892, pp. 131-150, has notes on Reptiles and Batrac

Bettencourt Fereira, J., 1892: Portugal: J. BETTENCOURT FEREIRA, J. Sci. Lisb. 2 ii, 1892, pp. 268-290, list of the Reptiles and

Mehely, L.; Von., 1892: Kronstadt, Transylvania: L. VON MEHELY, in Beitrage zu einer Monographie der k. freien Stadt Kronsta

Erwin Schulze.; Borcherding, F., 1892: N. W. Germany: ERWIN SCHULZE F. BORCHERDING publish a catalogue of the Reptiles and Batrachians of

Boulenger, G. A., 1892: Transcaspian Reptiles: G. A. BOULENGER, P. Z. S. 1891, pp. 622-633, has notes on. .G. A. BOULENGER,

Dollo, L., 1892: The morphology of the vertebral column and ribs, by L. DOLLO, Bull. Sci. Fr. Belg. xxiv, 1892 quoted

Eigenmann., 1892: Branchiostoma elongatum, Sund., recorded from California by EIGENMANN, Am. Nat. xxvi, 1892, p. 70.

Van Wijhe, J. W., 1892: J. W. VAN WIJHE, Auat. Anz, viii, 1893, pp. 152-172, has notes on the morphology of Amphioxus.

Hatschek, B., 1892: B. HATSCHEK, Anat. Anz. viii, 1892, pp. 89-91, and Verh. Anat. Ges. 1892, pp. 147-161, figs., supple

Retzius, G., 1892: On the nerve-terminations in the skin of Petromyzon; G. RETZIUS, Biol. Unters. 2 iii, 1892, pp. 37

Wood-mason, J.; Alcock, A., 1892: J. WOOD-MASON A. ALCOCK, P. R. Soc. 1, 1892, pp. 202-209, record further observations on the gesta

Ewart, J. C., 1892: J. C. EWART, Zool. Anz. xv, 1802, pp. 116-120, writes on the sensory canals of Loemargus and Raia ba

Ewart, J. C., 1892: J. C. EWART has a further paper on the electric organ of the Skate; Phil. Tr. clxxxiii B, 1892, pp

Ruckert, J., 1892: J. RUCKERT, op. cit. vii, 1892, pp. 107-158, figs., has a paper on the development of the ovarian eg

Ruckert, J., 1892: J. RUCKERT, Anat. Anz. viii, 1892, pp. 44-52, has a further contribution to the segmentation of the

Traquair., 1892: Note by TRAQUAIR, op. cit. X, 1893, p. 146. .C. jexti, n. sp., id. t. c. p. 147, Lower Devonian, Cam

Anonymous., 1892: Abstracts of his researches in Verh, deutsch. Zool. Ges. ii, 1892, pp. 92-95, and SB. nat. Fr. 1892,

Reis, O. M., 1892: O. M. REIS, Geogn. JH. iv, 1892, p. 157, discusses the systematic position of the Belonorhynchidoe.

Grassi, G. B., 1892: G. B. GRASSI S. Calandruccio, Atti Acc. Pontif. Lincei 5 i, 1892, Rend. pp. 375-379, write on th

Strachly, O., 1892: O. Strachly, MT. Embr. Inst. Wien 2 v, 1892, pp. 20-22, has a note on abnormal development of the

Blanc, H., 1892: H. Blanc, Bull. Soc. Vaud. 3 xxvii, 1892, pp. 272-275, has a preliminary note on the maturation an

Lutken, C. F., 1892: C. F. LUTKEN Vid. Selsk. Skr. 6 vii 1892 pp. 223-297 3 pls. briugs out a revision of the Scopeloid

Bridge, T. W.; Haddon, A. C., 1892: T. W. BRIDGE A. C. HADDON, P. R. Soc. lii, 1892, pp. 139-157, publish au abstract of their paper o

Pouchet, G., 1892: G. POUCHET CR. Soc. Biol. 9 iv 1892 pp. 200-202 remarks on Turbots with partially pigmented blind

Cunningham, J. T., 1892: J. T. CUNNINGHAM Nat. Sci. i 1892 pp. 191-199 635-638 and A. Giard, t. c. pp. 356-359, discuss the

Holt, E. W. L., 1892: E. W. L. HOLT J. Mar. Biol. Ass. 2 ii 1892 pp. 363-379 writes on the relation of size to sexual ma

Alcock., 1892: Hephthocara, n. g.: head large, with thin, smooth, uncrested bones, scaleless; no armature, but a we

Bollman, C. H., 1892: C. H. BOLLMAN, Rep. U. S. Fish. Comm. f. 1888, pp. 557-579, pls. lxviii-lxxii 1891, reviews the N.

Ramon Y.; Cajal, S., 1892: S. RAMON Y CAJAL, An. Soc. Esp. 2 i, 1892, pp. 281-305, figs., remarks on the retina of Teleosteau

Anonymous., 1892: The same author, Anat. Anz. vii, 1892, pp. 422-431, figs., has additional notes on the Teleost brain

Cope, E. D., 1892: South Dakota: E. D. COPE, P. Am. Ass. 1891 1892, p. 285, remarks on the discovery of Oligocene ?

Crook, A. R., 1892: Kansas: A. R. CROOK, Paloeontogr. xxxix, 1892, pp. 107-124, pls. xv-xviii, describes some Teleostean

Cope, E. D., 1892: E. D. COPE describes some Fish-remains from the Oligocene or Lower Miocene beds of the Cypress Hills

Whiteaves, J. F., 1892: J. F. WHITEAVES, Contr. Can. Pal. i, pt. iv, pp. 353-356, has notes on the Fishes of the Devonian of

Traquair, R. H., 1892: And R. H. TRAQUAIR, op. cit. x, 1893, pp. 145-149, figs., have notes on some Devonian Fish-remains.

Festa, E., 1892: Piedmont: E. FESTA, Bol. Mus. Zool. Tor. vii, 1892, No. 129, describes the Fishes.

Leydig, F., 1892: LEYDIGF. Biol. Centralbl. xii1892pp. 205-221writes on the dermal excrescences of breeding Fishes, an

Mitrophanoph, P., 1892: MITROPHANOPHP. Trav. Soc. Varsovie. ii1892251 pp. 7 pls. has a paper, in Russian, dealing with the e

Morris, C., 1892: MORRISC. Am. Nat. xxvi1892pp. 975-986writes on the air-bladder and the origin of lungs

Ayers, H. J., 1892: AYERSH. J. Morph. vi1892pp. 1-360pls. i-xiihas a contribution to the morphology of the Vertebrate ea

Dollo, L., 1892: DOLLOL. Bull. Sci. Fr. Belg. xxiv1892 quoted from separate copies , discusses the morphology of the

Hasse, O., 1892: HASSEO. Anat. Anz. viii1893pp. 288 289, summarises his views on the development and phylogeny of t

Woodward, A. S., 1892: WOODWARDA. S. Nat. Sci. i1892pp. 28-35 figs. gives a summary of the state of our knowledge of the ev

Cope, E. D., 1892: COPEE. D. P. Am. Phil. Soc. xxxpp. 280 281figs. remarks on the phylogeny of the Fishes.

Haacke, W.; Pechuel-Loesche., 1892: W. HAACKE Pechuel-Loesche have revised the volume dealing with Fishes in the new third edition o

Thiele., 1892: On the phylogeny of the Byssusapparatus; THIELE, Verb. Deutsch. Zool. Ges. ii, pp. 52-57

Kellog., 1892: Some notes on the morphology of the Pelecypoda; KELLOG, Johns Hopk. Univ. Ciro. xi, pp. 80-83.

Pilsbry., 1892: PILSBRY, P. Ac. Philad. 1892, pp. 401 402, includes this group in the genus Endodonta, as restric

Suter., 1892: Under Phenacohelicidae SUTER Tr. N. Z. Inst. xxiv, p. 271 includes the following genera of New Zea

Baur., 1892: BAUR, Am. Nat. xxvi, pp. 72 435, records the absence of zygapophyses in the cervical vertebrae as

Leche., 1892: LECHE Biol. Foren. iv pp. 1 2, likewise has a note on the affinities of the same genus.

Turner, W.; Sir., 1892: Grampus griseus: Sir W. TURNER, P. Phys. Soc. Edinb. xi, pp. 1-6, describes one of six examples caug

Tegetmeier., 1892: TEGETMEIER, Field, lxxx, p. 1003, records the stranding of another specimen on the Norfolk coast, De

Fischer., 1892: Mesoplodon bidens sowerbiensis. FISCHER, C.R. cxiv, pp. 1283-1286, describes the osteology of a sp

Anonymous., 1892: In Verh. anthrop. Ges. 1892, pp. 125-127, the same author gives reasons for believing that the word

Nehring, A., 1892: Cervus giganteus: A. NEHRING, SB. nat. Fr. 1892, pp. 3-8, describes a head of the variety ruffi, dre

Blanford., 1892: Camelus bactrianus: BLANFORD, P. Z. S. 1892, pp. 370 371, notices the skull and skin of a specimen

Nehring., 1892: NEHRING, SB. nat. Fr. 1892, pp. 129 130, has notes on the atlas and axis vertebrae of Bos primigen

Schonland, S., 1892: SCHONLAND S., Nature, xlvi, pp. 6 7 confirms the statement as to the coloration of the Zebra being

Cope., 1892: Describes and figures feet of several existing Horses having supernumerary digits, which are regarde

Osborn., 1892: OSBORN, Am. Nat., xxiv, pp. 763-765, considers that the European forms included under the genus Loph

Cope., 1892: Regards Meniscotherium and a form described as Hyracops as indicating a new order, allied to the Hyr

Anonymous., 1892: Confirms previous observations as to the presence in Lepus of a rudimentary tooth in each jaw in fro

Wortman., 1892: WORTMAN, Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. iv, pp. 95-103, points out how the dentition of Paloeonictis and

Osborn., 1892: OSBORN, Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. iv, pp. 103-118, gives a synopsis of the Wahsatch forms, which are

De Kerville., 1892: Rhinolophus ferrum-equinum: DE KERVILLE, Le Nat. 1891, p. 239, describes and photographs a colony hi

Gaudry., 1892: GAUDRY C. R. cxiv pp. 1236 1237 records the occurrence of fragmentary remains of a Monkey from a c

Anonymous., 1892: The full memoir, of which a preliminary resume Zool. Rec. xxvii, Mamm. p. 13 had been previously p

Wroughton., 1892: WROUGHTON gives a list of the ants of India, amounting to 212 species, and including a great deal of

Grandidier., 1892: Are now figured and described more fully in GRANDIDIER, Madagascar, xx, pt. 1.

Saussure., 1892: Many of the species described by SAUSSURE last year in MT Schw. ent. Ges. viii

Moore., 1892: MOORE continues his descriptions and figures of E. Indian Satyridae in Lep. Ind. i pp. 177-310 pls.

Lemoine., 1892: Embryology of viviparous Aphididae, LEMOINE, p. clxiv, Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. lxi.

Bather., 1892: Pentacrinites briareus, Miller; see Extracrinus fossilis, McCoy.

Bather., 1892: C. alutaceus pars, Ang., monile, Salter, nom. nud., mimus, Salter, nom. nud., nodulosus, Salter, n

Whiteaves., 1892: Cupressocrinus calyx, McCoy; see Hydreionocrinus; C. impressus, McCoy; see H. mccoyanus.

Bell., 1892: Spatangus Columbianus, Lea; see Enallaster.

Etheridge., 1892: Pentremites campanulatus, McCoy; see Granatocrinus.

Woods., 1892: Dysaster symmetricus, McCoy, see Collyrites ovalis. .P. sublaevis, McCoy, see Galeropygus agaricifor

Norman., 1892: NORMAN, Ann. N. H. 6 ix, pp. 454-464, and x, pp. 143-166, 242-263, characterizes this group with t

Salvin, O.; Godman, F. D., 1892: The following species are figured :-Oreopyra caloloma pl. liv, figs. 1 2; Delattria hemileuca p

Simon., 1892: According to SIMON, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. lxi, pp. 45-52, this suborder contains the single family Tara

Verrill., 1893: VERRILL, Tr. Connect. Ac. viii, pp. 459-520, describes and figures, and gives synonymy of a number o

Verrill., 1893: VERRILL, Tr. Connect. Ac. viii, pp. 382-456, describes and figures and gives the synonymy of a large

Monticelli., 1893: Monticelli, Zool. Jahrb. Anat. vi, Suppl. iii, enters fully into the classification of the subfamily

Stiles.; Hassall., 1893: Stiles Hassall, Bull. No. IV of Dept. of Agric., Washington, give an index of specific names of p

Eisen., 1893: Dendrobaena. See Allolobophora.

Rosa., 1893: A useful revision of the Lumbricids is given by ROSA, Mem. Acc. Torino, xliii, 4 genera Lumbricus,

Vom Rath, O., 1893: O. VOM RATH, Zeitschr. wiss. Zool. lvii, 1893, pp. 97-185, pl. vii., has a contribution to the knowl

Platt, Julia B., 1893: JULIA B. PLATT, Anat. Anz. ix pp. 51-56 figg., writes on ontogenetic differentiations of the ectoder

Anonymous., 1893: Monit. Zool. ital. v, 1894, pp. 13-23, 33-41.

Van Bambeke, C., 1893: C. VAN BAMBEKE, Bull. Ac. Belgique 3 xxv, 1893, pp. 710-7269, pl., has a paper on the gastrular ra

Gage, Susanna P., 1893: SUSANNA, P. GAGE, Wilder Quart-Cent. Book, pp. 259-313, 7 pls., describes the brain of Molge Deemyc

Anonymous., 1893: The same author, C.R. Soc. Philom. 1893, No. 18, and Bull. Soc. Philom. 8 vi, 1894, pp. 5-9, remar

Perrin, A., 1893: A. PERRIN, C.R. cxvii, 1893, pp. 243-245, compares the fore and hind limbs in some tailed Batrachian

Anonymous., 1893: C.R. Soc. Biol. 9 v, 1893, pp. 477-479, and Arch. Phys. norm. path. xxv, 1893, pp. 511-517, compar

Phisalix.; Bertrand., 1893: PHISALIX BERTRAND, C.R. cxvi, 1893, pp. 1080-1082

Beranek, E., 1893: E. BERANEK, Rev. Suisse Zool. i, 1893, pp. 255-288, pls. ix-xi, has a contribution to the embryogeny

Seeley, H. G., 1893: H. G. SEELEY gives an abstract of his researches on Deuterosaurus and Rhopalodon, from the Permian o

Newton, E. T., 1893: E. T. NEWTON, Phil. Tr. clxxxiv, b, 1893, pp. 431-503, pls. xxvi-xli, describes and figures the new

Koken, E., 1893: E, KOKEN, Zeitschr. geol. Ges. xlv, 1893, pp. 337-377, figg., pls. vii-xi, deals with the structure

Van Bemmelen, J. F., 1893: J. F. VAN BEMMELEN, Anat. Anz. viii, 1893, pp. 801-803, studies the development of the branchial pou

Cope, E. D., 1893: E. D. COPE, Amer. Natural, xxvii, 1893, pp. 477-483, publishes a pro-dromus of a classification of t

Dollo, L., 1893: L. DOLLO, Bull. Soc. beige Geol. vi, 1894, Mem. pp. 219-259, pls. iii-iv, deals with the osteology a

Boettger, O., 1893: O. BOETTGER brings out the first part of a catalogue of the Reptiles in the Senckenberg Museum, cont

Anonymous., 1893: And, Zool. Jahrb. Syst. vii, 1893, pp. 365-382, pls. xiv xv, continues his studies on the markings

Anonymous., 1893: The same author, Verb. Ges. Wien, xliii. 1893, SB. pp. 4-6, remarks on albinism and melanism in Rept

Gunther, A., 1893: A. GUNTHIER, in Biologia Centrali-Americana, pp. 81-128, pls. xxxi-xli, concludes the list of the Li

Kolombatovic, G., 1893: Dalmatia. G. KOLOMBATOVIC, Novi Nadodatie, pp. 11-14, records some little-known Reptiles from Dalmat

MINa-PALUMBO, F., 1893: Sicily. F. MINa-PALUMBO concludes his account of the Reptiles and Batrachians; Natural. Sicil. xii,

Lopez, C., 1893: Italy. C. LOPEZ Cenni sulla Fauna dell' Abruzzo Teramo, pp. 32 33, enumerates the Reptiles and Bat

Tuckey, J., 1893: J. TUCKEY publishes an English translation of HATSCHEK's work on the Amphioxus and its development.

Ewart, J. C., 1893: J. C. EWART, P. R. Soc. liii, 1893, pp. 388-391, fig., has further notes on the electric organ of th

Meyer, P., 1893: Remarks by P. MAYER, Anat. Anz. ix, 1893, pp. 185-192

Hoffman, C. K., 1893: C. K. HOFFMANN, Morphol. Jahrb. xx, 1893, pp. 289-304, pl. xii, writes on the development of the ven

H.; Rabl-ruckhard., 1893: H. RABL-RUCKHARD, Anat. Anz. viii, 1893, pp. 728-731, figg., writes on the lobus olfactorius impar o

Ayers, H., 1893: H. AYERS, Am. Nat. xxvii, 1893, p. 919, continues to regard Protopterus as generically inseparable f

Collinge, W. E., 1893: W. E. COLLINGE, P. Birmingham Soc. viii, 1893, pp. 263-272, 5 pls., writes on the lateral canal syst

Hasse, C., 1893: C. HASSE, Zeitschr. wisc. Zool. lvii, 1893, pp. 76-96, pls. v vi, writes on the development and st

Klinckowstrom, A. V., 1893: A. v. KLINCKOWSTROM, Anat. vii, 1893, pp. 561-564, figg., has notes on the epiphysis cerebri and par

Van Bambeke, C., 1893: C. VAN BAMBEKE, Bull. Ac. Belg. 3 xxv, 1893, pp. 323-362, pl. i, and Arch. Biol. xiii, 1893, pp. 8

Woodward, A. S., 1893: South Africa Karoo formation: A. S. WOODWARD. Ann. N. H. 6 xii, 1893, pp. 393-398, pl. xvii.

Traquair., 1893: On the Fossil Fishes of Achanarras Quarry, Old Red Sandstone, Caithness; TRAQUAIR, P. Phys. Soc. Edi

Vaillant, L., 1893: Borneo: L.VAILLANT, N. Arch. Mus. 3 v,1894,pp. 23-114, discusses the affinities of the Fish-fauna,

Kolombatovic, G., 1893: Dalmatia: KOLOMBATOVIC Novi Nadodatci pp. 14-27 remarks on some Fishes.

Lopez, C., 1893: Italy LOPEZ C. Cenni sulla Fauna dell' Abruzzo Teramanopp. 33-39remarks on the ichthyological fauna

Haacke, W., 1893: HAACKE, Die Schopfung der Tierwelt Leipzig Vienna: 1893, 8vo deals with the evolution and dist

P.; Gage, Susanna., 1893: SUSANNA P. GAGE, Wilder Quart.-Cent. Book, pp. 259-313, 7 pls., compares the brain of the American N

Jordan, D. S., 1893: D. S. JORDAN again discusses the relation of temperature to the number of vertebrae in Fishes; Wilde

Pilsbry., 1893: For new species of Valonia, see ante, first section of HELICIDAE, s. s.

Stirling., 1893: STIRLING, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 473, has notes on a find of a number of complete skeleton

Rose., 1893: The presence of rudimental milk-teeth in Phascolomys is recorded by ROSE, SB. Ac. Berlin, 1893, pp.

Winge, E., 1893: WINGE, E. Mus. Lund, ii, art. 2. The author deals primarily with the living and fossil opossums of t

Capellini., 1893: Dioplodon Mesoplodon tenuirostris and Placoziphius duboisi, recorded by CAPELLINI, Rend. Ac. Lincei,

Ameghino., 1893: Theosodon lydekkeri is considered by AMEGHINO Rev. Jard. Zool. B. Ayres, i, pp. 20-29 to belong to

Forsyth-major., 1893: Following an exhaustive survey of their dentition, FORSYTH-MAJOR, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, pp. 17

Major., 1893: MAJOR, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1893, p. 532, describes, without name, a Lemuroid skull of large size f

Sclater., 1893: Cercopithecus moloneyi, n. sp., SCLATER, P. Zool. Soc. London, p. 252, pl. xvii, British Central Afr

Beddard., 1893: BEDDARD, Tr. Zool. Soc. London, xiii, pp. 177-218, pls. xx-xxviii, publishes the full text of the im

Butler., 1893: BUTLER continues his notes on the synonymy of Noctuid Moths, Entomologist xxvi pp. 45 c.

Forel., 1893: FOREL objects to some of te changes in Dalla Torre's Catalogue, Ann. Soc. ent. Belgigue, xxxvii, pp.

Broun., 1893: Sphindoteles ruficornis, p. 1353, dorsalis, nigricornis, p. 1354, rufescens, p. 1355.

Gadeau., 1893: A large number of notes and queries in Insect-life, bearing on Economic Entomology, are not speciall

Thomson., 1893: For Mongolia, see 6, Tropical and Eastern Asia.

Townsend., 1893: Insects attacking man: Insects and flowers. See Economic New species whose locality is not known:-Co

Laboulbene., 1893: Glands, see Nervous System, p. 67.

Miller., 1893: Gilbertsocrinus, see under Goniasteroidocrinus and Ollacrinus.

Langenhan.; Grundey., 1893: Schleinitzia crenularis, Stud., see Rhabdocidaris annulifera.

Cotteau., 1893: Sismondia incisa, see Scutellina.

Elliot, D. G., 1893: A monograph of the Pittidae or family of Ant-Thrushes. Part I, 1893; D. G. Elliot. The following spe

Stuart Baker, E. C., 1893: The following species are figured:Chloropsis hardwickii, Molpastes burmanicus, M. bengalensis, Spizi

Sharpe, R. B., 1893: Monograph of the Paradiseidae or Birds of Paradise, and Ptilonorhynchidae q.v. , or Bower Birds. Par

Dresser., 1893: A monograph of the Coraciidae, or family of the Rollers; H. E. DRESSER. Farnborough, Kent: 1893, fol

Fisher, A. K., 1893: The Hawks and Owls of the United States, in their relation to agriculture; A. K. FISHER, Bull. Dep.

Sharpe, R. B., 1893: On the classification of the Rallidae; R. B. SHARPE, Bull. B. O. C. i, pp. xxvi-xxix. The following

Hutton, F. W., 1893: New species of Moas ; F. W. HUTTON, Tr. N. Zealand Inst. xxv, pp. 6-13. Dinornis strenuus, Anomalopt

Tristram, Canon H. B.; Vachell, C. T., 1893: Canon H. B. Tristram, and Dr. C. T. Vachell Secretary, appointed to consider proposals for the Leg

Knubley, E. P., 1893: E. P. Knubley, appointed to make a digest of the observations on the Migration of Birds at lighthous

Simon., 1893: SIMON, Hist. Nat. Araignees, ii, p. 264, divides this family into the Plectreurinae, Periegopinae, S

Simon., 1893: SIMON, Hist. Nat. Araignees, i, p. 341, divides this family into Hemicloeino, Drassodinae, Cithoeron

Cholodkowsky., 1894: CHOLODKOWSKY, op. cit. xvii, p. 258

Blanchard., 1894: = Thysanosoma giardi, Moniez, of Stiles; BLANCHARD, C.R. Soc. Biol. vi, pp. 418 419

Bourne., 1894: Moniligaster: systematic account of genus, pp. 352-360, with detailed description of M. grandis, pp.

Griffiths, A. B., 1894: A. B. GRIFFITHS, C. R. Ac. Sci. xix, 1894, p. 912, investigates the red pigment of Molge Diemyctylu

Assheton, R., 1894: R. Assheton writes on the phenomenon of the fusion in the epiblastic layers, and on the growth in le

Boulenger., 1894: BOULENGER publishes a third report on the Batrachian Collection in the British Museum, giving a list

Andrews, C. W., 1894: C. W. ANDREWS, gives an account of the modifications which the shoulder-girdle of Cryptoclidus oxoni

Vaillant, L., 1894: L. VAILLANT, Ann. Sci. nat. 7 xvi, 1894, pp. 331-345, expresses his views on the classification of

Marsh, O. C., 1894: O. C. MARSH, Amer. J. Sci. 3 xlviii, 1894, pp. 88-90, reviewing the characters of the American gen

Anonymous., 1894: The same author writes on the lungs in the Ophidia, P. Amer. Phil. Soc. xxxiii, 1894, pp. 217-224, p

Cope., 1894: COPE further discusses the Classification of Snakes especially with reference to the condition of th

Cope., 1894: COPE, Amer. Natural. xxviii, 1894, p. 436, proposes the name Euchirotidae for the group comprising t

Perrin., 1894: PERRIN, Bull. Soc. Philom. 8 vi, 1894, p. 94, remarks on the muscles of the hind-limb in certain L

Boulenger, G. A., 1894: G. A. BOULENGER, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 722-736 1895, lives a list of the Lizards added t

Prenant, A., 1894: A. PRENANT publishes a pamphlet on the accessory parietal eyes of Anguis fragilis. Nancy Paris: 18

Newton, E. T., 1894: E. T. NEWTON shortly reviews our knowledge of the Reptiles of the British Trias. Rep. Brit. Ass. 189

Gunther., 1894: Mexico and Central America. GUNTHER continues his revision of the Snakes in Biol. Centr.-Amer., Rept

Kirkaldy, Miss J. W., 1894: Miss J. W. KIRKALDY revises the genera and species of Branchiostomidae; Quart. J. Micr. Sci. xxxvii,

Gill, T., 1894: T. GILL, Amer. Natural, xxviii, 1894, p. 582, refutes some statements recently made by AYERS on the

Jaekel., 1894: In describing the Selachians of Monte Bolca, JAEKEL Eoc. Selach. v. Monte Bolca, 1894 discusses th


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