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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 38843

Chapter 38843 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.




Vaillant, L., 1894:
L. Vaillant remarks on the Siluroids hitherto recorded from Mada-gascar. Bull. Soc. Philom. 8 vi,

Anonymous., 1894:
French translation of SACCHI'S paper on minute differences in the asymmetrical parts of Pleuronectoi

E.; Lonnberg., 1894:
E. LONNBERG, Ofv. Ak. Forh. 1894, pp. 571-588 1895, records his observations on the variations of

Eycyleshymer., 1894:
Eycyleshymer, J. Morphol. x, 1895, pp. 381-384, remarks on the gastrulation and fate of the germ-rin

Jacquet, M., 1894:
M. JACQUET investigates the swim-bladder in the European Loaches, and concludes that the Cobitidae d

Reis, O., 1894:
O. REIS, N. Jahrb. Min. 1895, i, pp. 162-182, discusses the relationship of the various groups of Te


Von Der Marck, W., 1894:
W. von der Marck brings out a fourth supplement on the fossil fishes of the Cretaceous of Westphalia

Albert D.Monaco., 1894:
ALBERT DE MONACO enumerates some of the fishes dredged at great depths in 1892-94 in the Mediterrane

Anonymous., 1894 :
Abstract in Rep. Brit. Ass. 1893, p. 811 1894.

Collinge, W.E., 1894:
W. E. COOLINGE, Quart. J. Micr. Sci. xxxvi, 1894, pp. 499-537, pls. xxxix xl, investigates the sen

Gregorio., 1894:
Tertiary fossils of Venetia, several new species; GREGORIO, Ann. Geol. Pal. pp. 13 14, figg.:

Noack., 1894:
NOACK, Zool. Jahrb. Syst. vii, pp. 540-542, considers this group as closely allied to, if not identi

Jentink., 1894:
Trichya fasciculata, JENTINK, Notes Leyden Mus. xvi, p. 205, regards this as the proper name for T.

Parsons., 1894:
Atherura africana, PARSONS, P. ZooLSoc. London, 1894, p. 251, compares its anatomy with other Porcup

Parsons., 1894:
PARSONS, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1894, pp. 251-296, records a series of observations on Rodent myology

Stokes., 1894:
STOKES on sense-organs on legs of Termitidae, recorded last year, is reprinted in Int. J. Micr. 6

Osten Sacken., 1894:
Osten Sacken's 1893 paper on Bugonia reproduced in Rep. Smithson. Inst. 1893, pp. 487-500.

Ragot., 1894:
RAGONOT makes a large number of additions to, and corrections of details of, Staudinger Wocke's Ca

Smith., 1894:
E. thryallis, variation of female; SMITH, p. 364, Nov. Zool. i.

Fruhstorfer., 1894:
E. Dyctis maheswara, description, p. 124, figures, pl. iv, fig. 7, pl. v, fig. 10; FRUHSTORFER, En

Moore., 1894:
Elymnias: MOORE describes and figures the E. Indian species, establishing for certain of them the ge

Chobaut., 1894:
For correction of errors in entry of this family in last volume of our Record, see Errata at commenc

Sharp., 1894:
Adimeridoe, n. fam for the following:-

Howard., 1894:
Bibliographic list of papers published by the N. American Agricultural Experiment Stations, pp. 99-1

Anonymous., 1894:
For numerous papers on American economic entomology, see Insect Life, vii, pp. 55-212, includes a bi

Meunier., 1894:
Sackeniella, n. g., Tipulidae, in amber; MEUNIER, p. clxxviii, Bull. Soc. ent. France, 1894.

Riley., 1894:
Cosmopolite, cf. Cleridae, Necrobia pilifera.

Scott, D.H.; Dr., 1894:
And Dr. D. H. Scott. Rep. Brit. Ass. 1893, pp. 524 525.

Schneider., 1895:
O. richmondii, life-history; SCHNEIDER, Entomologist, 1895, p. 93, cut.

Staudinger., 1895:
O. helena, var. thestius; STAUDINGER, p. 283, Deutsche ent. Zeitschr. Lep. viii.

Rothschild., 1895:
Revision of Ornithoptera cf. Troides and Papilio of the Eastern hemisphere except Africa; ROTHSCHI

Lang.; Beutenmuller., 1895:
LANG BEUTENMULLER continue their descriptions of N. American Coleoptera, dealing with a part of Ha

Scudder., 1895:
SCUDDER, fossil Tertiary Hemiptera of British Columbia, Contr. Canad. Pal. ii, pp. 5-26. Contains de

Scudder., 1895:
SCUDDER, fossil Canadian Coleoptera, Contr. Canad. Pal. ii, contains the following novelties:-Scolyt

Perez., 1895:
Cases of variation of colour in Lepidoptera, see Variation, pp. 84 85.

Anonymous., 1895:
SCHNEIDER discusses the presence of iron in the nuclei of various tissues of Clavelina rissoana; Mt.

Dendy., 1895:
DENDY, P. Soc. Victoria, viii, describes the following new species:-Esperella phillipensis, spongios

Topsent., 1895:
TOPSENT, Arch. Zool. exp. iii, gives full descriptions of the following species:- Placina monilopha,

Shulze, F.E., 1895:
F. E. SCHULZE, Abh. Ak. Berlin, 1894 1895, describes the following new species of Hyalonematidoe:-

Adolphi, H., 1895:
H. ADOLPHI, Morphol. Jahrb. xx, pp. 449-490, figg., pl. xix, reports on variations in the spinal ner

Dollo, L., 1895:
L. DOLLO, Bull. Soc. Beige Geol. ix, Mem. p. 112, regards the Batrachians as derived from the Crosso

Dames, W., 1895:
W. DAMES, SB. Ak. Berlin, 1895, pp. 493-498, remarks on the Ichthyosaurians of the Trias.

Bemmelen, J.F.; Van., 1895:
J. F. VAN BEMMELEN, Handel. Nederl. Nat. Congr. 1895, discusses the phylogeny of the Chelonians.

Phisalix.; Bertrand., 1895:
PHISALIX BERTRAND, Bull. Mus. H. N. 1895, pp. 66 67, have ascertained that the virulence of Vipe

Ihering, H.V., 1895:
M. BRUNNING brings out a book on the same subject Stuttgart: 1895.

Williston., 1895:
E. D. COPE, Tr. Amer. Phil. Soc. xviii, p. 186, proposes a new classification of the Snakes, the min

Deperet, C., 1895:
C. DEPERET brings out a continuation of his memoir on the fossil Reptiles of the Roussillon, Mem. So

Gill, T., 1895:
T. GILL, P. U. S. Mus. xviii, p. 195, remarks on the generic names given to some aberrant or monstro

Virchow, H., 1895:
H. VIRCHOW, SB. Ges. naturf. Berlin, 1895, pp. 98-103, writes on the development of the blood-vessel

Traquair, R.H., 1895:
R. H. TRAQUAIR, Palaeont. Soc. 1894, deals with the general characters of the Asterolepidae, and des

Gill, T., 1895:
T. GILL, P. U. S. Mus. xviii, p. 153, writes on the differential characters of the Syngnathidae and

Gill, T., 1895:
T. GILL, P. U. S. Mus. xviii, pp. 167-178, writes on the characters and nomenclature of the various

Garman, S., 1895:
A monograph of the family by S. GARMAN, Mem. Mus. Harvard, xix, No. 1, 179 pp., 12 pls. The group is

Gill, T., 1895:
T. GILL, P. U. S. Mus. xviii, p. 199, remarks on the Fishes of this family

Virchow, H., 1895:
H. VIRCHOW, Verh. Anat. Ges. ix, pp. 201-218, figg., has a second paper on the early development of

v KOENEN.A., 1895:
Devonian of North Germany and Bohemia. A. v. KOENEN describes some Fish-remains. Abh. Ges. Gotting,

Buxbaum, L., 1895:
Germany. L. BUXBAUM, Zool. Garten, xxxvi, pp. 294-297, records some observations on the Fishes of th

Smitt, F.A., 1895:
Scandinavia. F. A. SMITT completes his revised edition of Fries Ekstrom's Scandinavian Fishes.

Gegenbaur, C., 1895:
C. GEGENBAUR, Morphol. Jahrb. xxiii, pp. 1-20, figg., shows that the bone termed clavicula in Fishes

Dollo, L., 1895:
L. DOLLO, Bull. Soc. Belge Geol. ix, Mem. pp. 79-128, in dealing with the phylogeny of the Dipnoi, d

Cook., 1895:
Cook, P. U. S. Mus. p. 82, based on Campodesmus carbonarius, Scudder.

Cope., 1895:
Ulias, n. g. for U. moratus, n. sp. p. 141 Tretulias, n. g. for T. buccatus, n. sp., p. 143 Cetother

Cope., 1895:
COPE, P. Amer. Phil. Soc. xxxiv, p. 139, would derive the group from Cetaceans allied to the Squalod

Mercerat., 1895:
MERCERAT, Ann. Mus. Buenos Aires, iv, pp. 207-215, has observations on the same subject .also t. c.

Roth., 1895:
ROTH, Revist. Mus. La Plata, vi, p. 335, redescribes the dentition of Toxodon, which he states may b

Simon., 1895:
SIMON, Hist. Nat. Araignees, i, p. 594, divides this family into the following subfamilies: longdash

Phase., 1896:
Antelopes of Algeria and Sahara, PEASE, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1896, p. 809;

Anonymous., 1896:
Also in another work Bibl. Zool. 20 Hft.-

Lambe., 1896:
LAMBE, Tr. R. Soc. Canada, ser. 2 ii, sect. 2, describes the new species: Esperella modesta, p. 18

Breitfuss., 1896:
BREITFUSS, Zool. Anz. xix, describes the following new species: Sycetta asconoides, p. 428; Ebnerell

Lambe., 1896:
LAMBE, Tr. R. Soc. Canada ser. 2 ii, sect. 2, describes the following new species: Sycon protectum

Baur, G., 1896:
G. BAUR, Anat. Anz. xi, pp. 602-605, figg., discusses the phylogeny of the Stegocephala.

Cope., 1896:
COPE, Amer. Natural, xxx, p. 151, remarks on the affinities of the Apoda to the Caudata.

Platt, Julia B., 1896:
JULIA B. PLATT, Quart. J. Micr. Sci. xxxviii, pp. 485-547, pls. xxxvi-xxxviii, studies the developme

Anonymous., 1896:
And Atti Ace. Torino, xxxi, pp. 512-526, makes further remarks on apneumonous Tailed Batrachians, an

Anonymous., 1896:
Boll. Mus. Torino, xi, No. 237

Bedriaga, J., 1896:
J. DE BEDRIAGA brings out the first part of a Monograph of the Tailed Batrachians of Europe; Bull. S

Anonymous., 1896:
Translation in Ann. Nat. Hist. 6 xviii, pp. 270-275.

Beddard, F.E., 1896:
F. E. BEDDARD, P. Z. S. 1895, pp. 827-850, figg., has notes on the anatomy of Pipa and Xenopus, deal

Marshall., 1896:
A revised edition of MARSHALL's The Frog London: 1896, 8vo, 176 pp., figg..

Wilson, G., 1896:
G. WILSON, Tr. R. S. Edinb. xxxviii, pp. 509-526, 2 pls., writes on the development of the Mullerian

Dames, W., 1896:
W. DAMES, Sitzb. Ak. Berl. 1896, pp. 1107-1125, pl. vii, contributes to our knowledge of this extinc

Bemmelen, J.F.; Van., 1896:
J. F. VAN BEMMELEN, in Gegenbaur's Festschrift, ii, pp. 279-286, describes the skull of Dermochelys

Hatcher, J.B., 1896:
J. B. HATCHER, Amer. Natural, xxx, pp. 113-118, writes on the history of the discovery of Laramie ho

Anonymous., 1896:
Geol. Mag. 2, Dec. iv, iii, pp. 388-400, figg.:-Ord. THEROPODA. Fam. Megalosauridae, Dryptosaurida

Marsh., 1896:
The following is MARSH'S classification as drawn up in Amer. J. Sci. 1, pp. 491-498.

Anonymous., 1896:
The same author also gives restorations of some European Dinosaurs, with suggestions as to their pla

Forsyth, C., 1896:
C. FORSYTH MAJOR writes on the names of Reptiles and Batrachians in the islands of the Greek Archipe

Koken, E., 1896:
E. KOKEN brings out an appendix to his monograph of the Reptiles of the North German Wealden. Pal. A

Anonymous., 1896:
And, Bull. Mosc. 1896, pp. 187-322, brings out the first part of his Monograph of the same.

Ebner, E.V., 1896:
E. v. EBNER investigates the minute structure of the notochord in Cyclostomes; SB. Ak. Wien, civ, ii

Claypole., 1896:
E. W. CLAYPOLE investigates the structure of the teeth in Cladodus; P. Amer. Soc. Micr. xvi, 1895, p

Anonymous., 1896:
Abstract, P. R. Soc. Edinb. xxi, pp. 49-56, fig.

Cole, F.J., 1896:
F. J. COLE, Tr. R,. Soc. Edinb. xxxviii, pp. 631-680, 2 pls., writes on the cranial nerves of Chimae

Anonymous., 1896:
E. RAY LANKESTER discusses the external characters of Lepidosiren and Protopterus, and remarks on th

Collinge, W.E., 1896:
W. E. COLLINGE, Anat. Auz. xii, p. 87, remarks on Baur's figures of the head and sensory canal syste

Grassi, B.; Calandruccio, S., 1896:
B. GRASSI S. CALANDRUCCIO summarize their conclusions on the development of Muraenoids; Rend. Acc.

Ehrenbaum, E., 1896:
E. EHRENBAUM, Wiss. Meeresunters. Kiel Helgol. 2 ii, pp. 253-318, pls. iii-vi, contributes to our

Gourbet, P., 1896:
P. GOURBET, Ann. Mus. Marseille, Zool. iv, 1893, No. 3, monographs the Labridae of the Mediterranean

Kolsoff, N.K., 1896:
N. K. KOLZOFF, Bull. Soc. Moscou, 1896, pp. 514-521, investigates the skeleton of the ventral fins i

De-alessandri, G., 1896:
G. DE-ALESSANDRI, Atti Acc. Torin, xxxi, pp. 715-730, pl., describes and figures some Tertiary Fish

Fritsch, A., 1896:
A. FRITSCH gives a list of the Fishes hitherto found in the Permian formation of Bohemia; SB. Bohmis

Woodward, A.S., 1896:
A. S. WOODWARD, Geol. Mag. 2 Dec. iv, iii, pp. 69-71, remarks on the affinities of the English Wea

Anonymous., 1896:
JORDAN EVERMANN bring out the first part of a descriptive Catalogue of the Fishes of North and Cen

Loennberg, E., 1896:
E. LOENNBERG has notes on the Linnean type-specimens of Fishes preserved in the Zoological Museum of

Leydig, F., 1896:
F. LEYDIG, Abh. Senckenb. Ges. xix, pp. 217-278, pls. i-iv, publishes the results of further investi

Murray., 1896:
The Pycnogonida of the Kerguelen Region and other parts of the Southern Ocean are enumerated by MURR

Reuter., 1896:
REUTER'S Hem. Gymn. Eur., Vol. v, deals with this family. N.B. It is impossible to say which of the

Anonymous., 1896:
Translation of Forel's 1893 work on ants' nests, Smithson. Rep. 1894, pp. 479-505, pls. lv lvi.

Griffini., 1896:
GRIFFINI's observations on flight, recorded last year, reproduced in Arch. ital. Biol. xxv, pp. 326-

Anonymous., 1896:
Translated in Ann. Nat. Hist. 6 xvii, p. 111.

Schultz., 1896:
For sense-organs, see p. 69, Nervous System.

Kukenthal, Willy Dr., 1896:
The above contain the fuller descriptions of collections made by Dr. WILLY KUKENTHAL in Ternate. The

Mesnil.; Caullery., 1897:
Subgg. Romanchella and Leodora for left-handed species with characteristic chaetae in first chaetife

Topsent., 1897:
TOPSENT, Mem. Soc. zool. France, x, redescribes: Halicnemia patera, p. 235; verticillata, p. 243; co

Opplinger., 1897:
OPPLIGER, Abh. Schweiz. pal. Ges. xxiv, describes the following new species: Platychonia wittingensi

Opplinger., 1897:
OPPLIGER, Abh. Schweiz. pal. Ges. xxiv, describes Pachyteichisma moeandrina, p. 15, and turbinatum,

Zeise., 1897:
ZEISE, Palaeontogr. ii Suppl. establishes the following new genera: Strambergia, n. g., p. 330; Ra

Herlitzka, S., 1897:
HERLITZKA'S note 1896 on the development of complete embryos out of isolated blastomeres of the ne

Chiarugi, G.; Livini, F., 1897:
G. CHIARUGI F. LIVINI have made experiments on the influence of light on the development of the eg

Rossi, U., 1897:
U. ROSSI, Arch. Entwickmech. v, pp. 587-590, 595-614, figg. pl. ix, writes on blastopore and oolisis

Dauen, J., 1897:
J. DAUEN, Morphol. Arbeit, vh, pp. 366-392, figg. writes on the rudimentary cloacal gland of female

Georgina Sweet., 1897:
GEORGINA SWEET, P. Soc. Victoria 2 ix, pp. 264-296, figg. 12 tables, writes on the variations in

Perrin, A., 1897:
A. PERRIN, Bull. Sci. France Belgique, xxx, pp. 101-104, makes further remarks on the carpus of the

Hewlett, R.T., 1897:
R. T. HEWLETT, Science Progress 2 i, pp. 397-405, reviews our knowledge of the poisons of the Toad

Cunningham, J.T., 1897:
J. T. CUNNINGHAM, Science Progress 2 i, pp. 486-491, remarks on recapitulation in the ontological

Knoll, P., 1897:
P. KNOLL, SB. Ak. Wien, cv, iii, 1896, pp. 35-66, figg. 3 pls., writes on the blood-corpuscles of Ba

Isabella, M.; Green., 1897:
ISABELLA M. GREEN, Tr. Amer. Micr. Soc. xviii, pp. 76-106, 5 pls., has a paper on the histology of t

Catherine Schepiloff., 1897:
CATHERINE SCHEPILOFF has a memoir on the central nervous system of Batrachians. Mem. Soc. Geneve, xx

Glangrand, P., 1897:
P. GLANGRAND, Rev. Sci. 4 vii, pp. 203-208, figg., reviews our knowledge of the Pariasauria.

Broom, R., 1897:
R. BROOM, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. 2 xi, pp. 277-279, remarks on the interpretation to be giv

Osborn, H.E., 1897:
H. E. OSBORN remarks on the dentition of certain Upper Triassic Reptiles of South Africa which are r

Bauer, F., 1897:
F. BAUER, Palaeontogr. xliv, pp. 283-328, pls. xxv-xxvii, monographs the Ichthyosaurs of the Upper W

Susanna, P.; Gage., 1897:
SUSANNA P. GAGE, Tr. Amer. Micr. Soc. xviii, pp. 282-286, investigates the brain of the embryo of Tr

Plate, L., 1897:
L. PLATE, SB. Ges. naturf. Berlin, 1897, pp. 85-89, makes observations on the digestive tract and cl

Siebenrock, F., 1897:
F. SIEBENROCK, SB. Ak. Wien, cvi, i, pp. 245-328, 6 pls. gives an account of the structure of the sk

Bigot, A., 1897:
A. BIGOT continues his studies of Steneosaurus and Metriorhynchus remains from the Jurassic Beds of

Bethencourt Ferreira, J., 1897:
J. Bethencourt Ferreira, J. Sci. Lisb. 2 iv, pp. 235-248, writes on Snake poison and antidotes.

Anonymous., 1897:
The same author, Zool. Anz. xx, pp. 356-360, figg., remarks on artificially produced triple tails in

Tonier, G., 1897:
G. TORNIER, SB. Ges. naturf. Berl. 1897, pp. 59-64, remarks on regenerated tails in Lizards.

Bertelli, D., 1897:
D. BERTELLI, Atti Soc. Tosc. Mem. xv, pp. 120-138, pl. ii, investigates the development of the diaph

Bugnion, E., 1897:
E. BUGNION, Arch. Sci. Nat. 4 iv, pp. 489 490, remarks on the development of the epiphysis and p

Studnicka, F.K., 1897:
F. K. STUDNICKA, Jena. Zeitschr. xxxi, pp. 20-23, studies the structure of the optic nerves in the p

Gianelli, L.; Giacomini, E., 1897:
L. GIANELLI E. GIACOMINI investigate the histology of the digestive canal of Reptiles. Pr.-verb. A

Milani, A., 1897:
A. MILANI, Zool. Jahrb. Anat. x, pp. 93-156, figg., pls. ix-xii, brings out the second part of his c

Delezenne, C., 1897:
C. DELEZENNE, C.R. Soc. Biol. 10 iv, pp. 462 463, and 489 490, has made experiments on the coa

Ruge, G., 1897:
G. RUGE, Gegenbaur Festschrift, iii, pp. 284-339, figg., writes on the peripheral area of the facial

Maggi, L., 1897:
L. MAGGI, Rend. Ist. Lomb. 2 xxx, pp. 230-252, pl. and Arch. ital. Biol. xxvii, pp. 362-375, pl.,

SJoSTEDT.Y., 1897:
Y. SJoSTEDT reports on a collection of Reptiles from Cameroon, and gives a list of all the species h

Boulenger., 1897:
List of Reptiles and Batrachians collected by Mr. A. Whyte in Northern Nyassaland; BOULENGER, P. Z.

Boulenger., 1897:
Celebes. BOULENGER, P. Z. S. 1897, pp. 193-237, pls. vii-xvi, contributes a catalogue of the Reptile

Fea, L., 1897:
Burma. L. FEA, Ann. Mus. Genova 2 xvii, pp. 445-476, figg., gives a general account of the herpeto

Bethencourt Ferreira, J., 1897:
India. J. BETHENCOURT FERREIRA, Jorn. Sci. Lisb. 2 iv, pp. 212-234, publishes a list of the Indian

Leonardi, C., 1897:
Sicily. C. LEONARDI, Riv. Ital. Sc. Nat. xvii, pp. 78-80, gives a list of the Reptiles aud Batrachia

Lazzarini., 1897:
Italy. On the Reptiles and Batrachians of Friuli: LAZZARINI, Anf. Rett. Friuli Udine: 1897,8vo.

Lopes Vieira., 1897:
Portugal. LOPES VIEIRA concludes his catalogue of the Portuguese Batrachians in the Coimbra Museum.

Kopsch, F., 1897:
F. KOPSCH, SB. Ges. naturf. Berlin, 1897, pp. 5-13, figg., writes on the formation and signification

Bashford Dean., 1897:
BASHFORD DEAN, Quart. J. Micr. Sci. xl, pp. 269-279, pl. xvii, writes on the development of Bdellost

Hoffman, C.K., 1897:
C. K. HOFFMANN, Morphol. Jahrb. xxv, pp. 250-304, figg., pls. xiii xiv, continues his embryologica

Sewerzoff, A., 1897:
A. SEWERZOFF, Anat. Anz. xiii, pp. 409-425, figg., has a preliminary communication on the developmen

Burckhardt, R., 1897:
R. BURCKHARDT, Arch. Sci. Nat. 4 iv, pp. 480-483, remarks on the brain of Selachians.

Scneider, G., 1897:
G. SCHNEIDER, Anat. Anz. xiii, pp. 393-401, figg., writes on the kidney and the abdominal pores of S

Reis, O.M., 1897:
O. M. REIS, Abh. Senckenb. Ges. xx, pp. 57-156, 1 pl., deals with the structure and systematic posit

L.; Leger., 1897:
L. LEGER, C.R. Soc. Biol. 10 iv, p. 543, remarks on some living specimens of Protopterus annectens

Bridge, T.W., 1897:
T. W. BRIDGE, P. Z. S. 1897, pp. 722-724, fig., writes on the presence of ribs in Polyodon folium. .

Anonymous., 1897:
The same author, J. Morphol. pp. 487-808, pls. xx-xxxviii, describes the cranial muscles and cranial

Kawraisky, F.F., 1897:
F. F. KAWRAISKY monographs the Salmonoids of the Caucasus and the adjacent seas. Lachse der Kaukasus

Nishikawa, T., 1897:
H. DANNEVIG, Rep. Fish. Board Scotland, xv, Pt. iii, 175-193, pl. iv, writes on the rearing of larva

Verrill, A.E., 1897:
A. E. VERRILL, Amer. J. Sci. 4 iii, pp. 135 136, writes on nocturnal and diurnal changes in the

Serlig, F.G., 1897:
F. W. SERLIG, Abh. Ver. Kassel, lxi, pp. 38-46, writes on artificial fecundation and rearing of fish

Fabre-doumergue.; Bietrix., 1897:
FABRE-DOUMERGUE BIETRIX, Ann. Sci. Nat. 8 iii, pp. 151-220, figg., have notes on the eggs and la

Kyle, H.M., 1897:
H. M. KYLE, Rep. Fish. Board Scotland, xv, Pt. III, pp. 246-261, reports on the pelagic ova, larvae,

Haller, B., 1897:
B. HALLER, Gegenbaur Festschrift, iii, pp. 45-100, fig., 4 pls., writes on the origin of the vagus n

Genderen Stort, A.G.H., 1897:
A. G. H. GENDEREN STORT, Versl. Ak. Amsterdam, 1897, pp. 425-428, remarks on some points in the stru

D.Seabra, A.F., 1897:
A. F. DE SEABRA, Bull. Mus. Paris, 1897, pp. 217-220, has a preliminary note on the so-called red bo

Sorensen, W., 1897:
Remarks by W. SORENSEN, Morphol. Jahrb. xxv, pp. 170-189.

Bigot, A., 1897:
A. BIGOT, Bull. Soc. Linn. Normand. 4 x, pp. 7-13, enumerates the Selachian remains known from the

Lucas, A.H.S., 1897:
A. H. S. LUCAS gives a list of the Fishes hitherto recorded from Victorian waters. Illustr. Offic. H

Lutken, C.F., 1897:
Greenland. C. F. LUTKEN, Medd. Gronl. xix, 1896, has determined a collection of Fishes made by the 1

Boulenger., 1897:
Upper Congo. Descriptions of new Fishes by BOULENGER, Ann. Nat. Hist. 6 xx, pp. 422-427. .F. F. KA

Vinciguerra., 1897:
VINCIGUERRA also reports on the fishes collected by the late Prince Eugene Ruspoli in Somaliland and

Lopes Vieira., 1897:
LOPES VIEIRA catalogues the Portuguese Fishes in the Coimbra Museum. Ann. Sci. nat. Porto, iv, pp. 6

Villatte, R., 1897:
R. VILLATTE gives a list of the Fishes of MontluYon. Faune Arrond. MontluYon. MontluYon: 1897,16mo.

Gadeau D.Kerville, H., 1897:
France. H. GADEAU DE KERVILLE'S Faune de Normandie, Part iv, contains an account of the Fishes of

Hansen., 1897:
Denmark. A. S. JENSEN continues the account of the Fishes

Studnicka, F.K., 1897:
F. K. STUDNICKA, Jena. Zeitschr. xxxi, pp. 1-19, pls. i ii, studies the structure of the optic ner

Burckhardt, R., 1897:
R. BURCKHARDT, Arch. Anat., Suppl. 1897, pp. 111-136, pl. vii, writes on the cerebellum of Fishes.

Delezenne, C., 1897:
C. DELEZENNE, C.R. Soc. Biol. 10 iv, pp. 489 490, has made experiments on the coagulation of the

Cunningham, J.T., 1897:
J. T. CUNNINGHAM, Sci. progress 2 i, pp. 491-505, in an article on recapitulation, makes remarks

Hill., 1897:
Placentation of Perameles; HILL, Quart. J. Micr. Sci. 2 xl, p. 385.

Emery., 1897:
Foot skeleton; EMERY, Denk. Ges. Jena, vi, Semon's Reise, ii, pt. v, p. 371.

Broom., 1897:
Notes on various species; BROOM, Tr. Soc. Glasgow 2 iv, p. 351.

Broom., 1897:
Distinct coracoid in foetal Marsupial; BROOM, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. xxxi, p. 513.

Wilson.; Hill., 1897:
WILSON HILL, Quart. J. Micr. Soc. 2 xxxix, p. 427, from the study of Perameles, conclude that th

Major, F., 1897:
F. MAJOR, P. Zool. Soc. London, 1897, p. 695, discusses the affinities of Brachyuromys, and enters i

Thomas., 1897:
Other emendations in nomenclature; THOMAS, t. c. p. 485.

Palmer., 1897:
PALMER, Science 2 vi, p. 103, criticises Thomas's arrangement of the order, and makes some emendat

Fowler., 1897:
FOWLER commences the enumeration and illustration of the Central American Cercopidae Biol. Centr.-Am

Varendorff., 1897:
New species, locality of which is not known:-Lepidoptera, Pseudomicronia trimaculata, cf. Uraniidae:

Briggs., 1897:
Glands: see Nutrition

Hartert., 1897:
HARTET, Das Tierreich, Liefer. i, pp. 1-13.

Thiele., 1898:
THIELE, Bibl. Zool. Nr 24, describes the following new species: Erylus placenta, p. 5; Isops obscura

Kieschnick., 1898:
KIESCHNICK, Inaug. Diss. Jena, describes the following new species: Tetilla violacea, p. 15; rubra,

Breitfuss., 1898:
S. karajakense, BREITFUSS, Arch. Naturg. 1897, p. 207: n. spp. Amphoriscus semoni, Breitfuss, Denk.

Maggi, L., 1898:
L. MAGGI, Rend. Ist. Lombardo 2 xxxi, pp. 211-228, pl. i, has remarks on the interparietal plates

Palacky, J., 1898:
J. PALACKY Sitzungsber. Bohm. Ges. 1898, No. xxxv, remarks on the geographical distribution of the S

Bertacchini, P., 1898:
P. BERTACCHINI, Int. J. Anat. iv, pp. 161-175, 177-198, pls. v vi, investigates the metamorphoses o

Winslow, W., 1898:
W. WINSLOW, Tufts Coll. Stud. No. 5, pp. 170-172, pl. iii, figg. 20 21, describes and figures the

Mudge, G.P., 1898:
G. P. MUDGE, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. 2 xii, pp. 54-63, describes an interesting case of conn

Barfurth, D., 1898:
D. BARFURTH, Verh. Anat. Ges. xii, pp. 24-26, remarks on the experimental production of bifid tails

Schaper, A., 1898:
A. SCHAPER, Arch. Entwickmech. vi, pp. 151-197, figg., pls. vii-xii, publishes results of experiment

Bruner, H.L., 1898:
H. L. BRUNER, P. Indiana Ac. 1897, p. 203, describes some facial muscles. .H. L. BRUNER, t. c. p. 20

Anonymous., 1898:
G. M. WINSLOW investigates the Chondrocranium of Batrachians: Bull Essex Inst. xxviii, pp. 87-121, a

Anonymous., 1898:
The RECORDER has prepared a fourth Report on additions to the Batrachian collection in the British M

Seeley, H.G., 1898:
H. G. SEELEY, Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 i, p. 164, remarks on the cranial characters of some Dicynodonts.

Schauinsland., 1898:
SCHAUINSLAND, Sitzb. Ak. Berl. 1898, pp. 629-631, 701-704, has preliminary notes on the habits and d

Dendy, A., 1898:
A. DENDY, P. R. Soc. London, lxiii, pp. 440-443, summarises his observations on the development of S

Maggi, L., 1898:
L. MAGGI, Rend. Ist. Lombardo 2 xxx, pp. 1521-1524, figg., and xxxi, pp. 631-641, 761-771, pls. ii

Osborn, H.F., 1898:
H. F. OSBORN publishes restorations of the external characters of various types of American Dinosaur

Werner, F., 1898:
F. WERNER, Zool. Garten, xxxix, pp. 85-90, remarks on the toxic properties of the bite of Opisthogly

Palacky, J., 1898:
J. PALACKY, Mem. Soc. zool. France, xi, pp. 88-125, discusses the geographical distribution of the O

Boettger, O., 1898:
O. BOETTGER brings out a list of the Snakes in the Museum at Frankfort-on-the-Main, Katal. Rept. Mus

Schnee., 1898:
SCHNEE, Zool. Garten, xxxix, pp. 90-96, remarks on the habits of the Hydrophiinae.

Van Denburgh, J., 1898:
J. VAN DENBURGH, Tr. Amer. Philos. Soc. 2 xix, pp. 199-220, gives an account of his experiments wi

Retzius, G., 1898:
G. RETZIUS, Biol. Untersuch. 2 viii, pp. 105-113, pls. xxv-xxix, investigates the development of t

Versluys., 1898:
J. VERSLUYS, in an 'Inaugural Dissertation' published in Jena, 1898 247 pp., 8 pls., deals with th

Hanau., 1898:
A. HANAU has observations on the hibernation of Reptiles and Batrachians in confinement, Zool. Garte

Greve., 1898:
C. GREVE, Zool. Garten, xxxix, pp. 64-67, has notes on European Reptiles and Batrachians in confinem

Bertelli, D., 1898:
D. BERTELLI, Atti Soc. Tosc., Mem. xvi, pp. 77-88, has further remarks on the primitive kidneys and

Giglio-tos., 1898:
E. GIGLIO-TOS, Mem. Acc. Torino 2 xlviii, pp. 143-208, 2 pls., has a memoir on the blood-corpuscul

Bles, E.F., 1898:
E. J. BLES, P. R. Soc. London, lxii, pp. 232-247, writes on the openings in the wall of the body-cav

Gooppert, E., 1898:
E. GOOPPERT, Morphol. Jahrb. xxvi, pp. 282-329, figg., pls. viii-xi, investigates the structure of t

Van Lindth D.Jeude, T.W., 1898:
T. W. VAN LINDTH DE JEUDE gives a list of the osteological specimens of Reptiles and Batrachians pre

Retzius, G., 1898:
G. RETZIUS, Biol. Unters. 2 viii, pp. 118-122, pl. xxxi, has remarks on the nervous system of the

Klaatsch, F., 1898:
H. KLAATSCH, Sitzb. Akad. Berlin, 1898, pp. 800-806, figg., writes on intercellular structures in th

Hammar, J.A., 1898:
J. A. HAMMAR, Anat. Anz., xiv, pp. 602-607, figg., writes on the development of the liver in the Amp

Legros, R., 1898:
R. LEGROS, Arch. anat. micr. i, pp. 508-542, and ii, pp. 1-43, pls. i ii, writes on the developmen

Bashford Dean., 1898:
BASHFORD DEAN has further remarks on the affinities of Paloeospondylus gunni, Traq. foss., in repl

Burne, R.H., 1898:
R. H. BURNE, J. Linn. Soc. xxvi, pp. 487-495, pl. xxxii, writes on the 'Porus genitalis' of the Myxi

Anonymous., 1898:
And Arch. mikr. Anat. li, pp. 452-460, writes on the histological structure of cartilage in Petromyz

Retzius, G., 1898:
F. Crevatin, Anat. Anz. xiv, pp. 243-250, figg., remarks on some points in the histological structur

Anonymous., 1898:
C. S. Tomes, Phil. Tr. cxc, pp. 443-464, pls. xvii xviii, investigates the structure and developme

Schmidt, A.H., 1898:
A. H. Schmidt, Tijdschr. Nederl. Dierk. 2 vi, pp. 1-108, pls. i-iii, investigates the ovarium of S

Chiarugi, G., 1898:
J. W. van Wijhe, Verh. Anat. Ges. xii, pp. 31-36, figg., has remarks on the formation of the proneph

Anonymous., 1898:
G. Chiarugi, Monit. Zool. Ital. ix, pp. 37-56, figg., writes on an epithelial organ connected with t

Severtzoff, A.N., 1898:
A. N. Severtzoff, Bull. Soc. Moscou, 1898, pp. 197-263, 4 pls., has a

Kopsch., 1898:
F. Kopsch, Verh. Anat. Ges. xii, pp. 58-67, 70-73, figg., has observations on the early development

Spencer, B., 1898:
B. Spencer, Denkschr. Ges. Jena, iv, ii, pp. 51-58, figg., pls. ix x, writes on the structure of t

Semon, R., 1898:
R. Semon, Denkschr. Ges. Jena, iv, ii, pp. 59-111, figg., pls. xi-xvii, investigates the development

Winslow, W., 1898:
W. Winslow, Tufts Coll. Stud. No. 5, pp. 182-188, pl. iv, figg. 27-29, describes and figures the cho

Gill, T., 1898:
T. Gill, Rep. Brit. Ass. 1897, p. 697, remarks on the pectoral limb of Polypterus, from which the ch

Hay, O.P., 1898:
O. P. Hay, Amer. Nat. xxxii, pp. 341-349, figg., remarks on the structure of the vertebral column of

Prince, E.E., 1898:
Remarks on the species of found in North America.

Makarius, Saleem., 1898:
SALEEM MAKARIUS writes to Nature, lviii, p. 149, about Syrian Fishes with abnormal eyes. Pathologica

Anonymous., 1898:
H. BLANC, Bibliog. Anat. vi, pp. 222-225, figg. and Rec. Suisse Zool. v, Suppl. pp. 5 6, has furth

Williamson, H.C., 1898:
H. C. WILLIAMSON, Rep. Fish. Board. Scotland, xvi, Pt. III, pp. 211-218, pls. viii ix, has notes o

Reinhard, W., 1898:
W. REINHARD, Trudui Kharkow Univ. xxxi, pp. 243-268, pl. v, writes on the signification of the perib

Fulton, T.W., 1898:
T. W. FULTON, Rep. Fish. Board Scotland, xvi, Pt. III, pp. 88-134, pls. i-iii, writes on the ovaries

Prince, E.E., 1898:
E. E. PRINCE, Ottawa Natur. xii, pp. 129-132, remarks on the change in function in the fins of Teleo

Eastman, C.R., 1898:
C. R. EASTMAN, Amer. Nat. xxxii, pp. 556-560, remarks on the relations of the Devonian Fish-fauna of

Gorjanovic-kramberger., 1898:
GORJANOVIC-KRAMBERGER, Verh. Geol. Reichsanst. 1898, p. 105, criticizes some of the determinations o

Jaekel, O., 1898:
O. JAEKEL, SB. Ges. Naturf. Berlin, 1898, pp. 161-169, gives a list of the Selachians of the Mayence

Smith, F.A., 1898:
Tierra del Fuego. F. A. SMITT, Bih. Svenska Ak. xxiii, iv, No. 3, and xxiv, iv, No. 5, describes the

Jatzow, R.; Lenz, H., 1898:
R. JATZOW H. LENZ, Abh. Senck. Ges. xxi, pp. 497-531, pl. xxxiv-xxxvi, report on the Fishes collec

Alcock, A., 1898:
Pamirs. A. ALCOCK gives a list of the Fishes collected by himself on the road from Kashmir to the Pa

Derzughin, K.M., 1898:
Siberia. K. M. DERZUGHIN, Bull. Lab. St Petersb. ii, pp. 37-42, gives a list of fishes obtained by h

Lopes Vieira., 1898:
Portugal. LOPEZ VIERA, Ann. Sci. Nat. Porto, v, pp. 64-91, continues his dialogue of the Portuguese

Van Lidth D.Jeude, T.W., 1898:
T. W. VAN LIDTH DE JEUDE gives a list of the osteological specimens of Fishes preserved in the Leyde

Jordan, D.S., 1898:
D. S. JORDAN, Amer. Nat. xxxii, pp. 173-176, comments on L. Agassiz's work on recent Fishes

Woodward, S., 1898:
A. S. WOODWARD, Nat. Sci. xii, pp. 257-260, remarks on the antiquity of the deep-sea Fish-fauna.

Anonymous., 1898:
And Tr. Liverp. Biol. Soc. xii, pp. 228-247, has observations on the structure and morphology of the

Stunicka, F.K., 1898:
F. K. STUDNICKA, Anat. Anz. xiv, pp. 561-569, has further remarks on the fore-brain of Fishes.

Sidoriak, E., 1898:
E. SIDORIAK, Anat. Anz xv, pp. 93-98, figg., has a contribution to the knowledge of the development

Anonymous., 1898:
And Bull. Essex Inst. xxviii, pp. 122-133, writes on the Chondrocranium.

Winslow, G.M., 1898:
G. M. WINSLOW, Stud. Biol. Lab. Tufts Coll. No. 5, pp. 147-200, 4 pls.

Case, C., 1898:
E. C. CASE, J. Geol. vi, pp. 393-416, figg., has an elementary article on the development and geolog

Alcock.; Anderson., 1898:
Some species described by SMITH from the 'Investigator' collections figured by ALCOCK ANDERSON, Il

Nitsche., 1898:
Antlers, their homology and abnormalities, NITSCHE, Studien uber Hirsche.

Hampson., 1898:
HAMPSON, in J. Bombay Soc. xii, pp. 93, gives brief descriptions of anumber of species of which full

Konow., 1898:
Konow, Wien. ent. Zeit. xvii, pp. 1-9, concludes his series of synonymical observations commenced la

Anonymous., 1898:
The third part of Szepligeti, on Hungarian Braconidae, contains numerous remarks and descriptions, T

Kriechbaumer., 1898:
In Kriechbaumer's paper, Ent. Nachr. xxiv, pp. 1-36, there are numerous species that are probably ne

Xambeu., 1898:
XAMBEU continues his description and classification of European Longicorn larvae pp. 21-60: publis

Anonymous., 1898:
Kieffer's tabulation of European Galls, according to the plants they are found on, continued in Misc

Bassett-smith., 1898:
Heterochaeta see Heterorhabdus inf.

Rufford., 1898:
Dimorphism, see Development

Bonnier., 1898:
Pleuromma see Pleuromamma inf.

Almasy, G.; Von., 1898:
ALMASY, G. VON. Addenda zu Ornis Ungarns. II. Uber die Formen der Untergattung Budytes; Ornith. Jahr

Sharpe, R.B., 1898:
Completed with Introduction and Appendix, pp. i-xl. The following species are figured:-Paryphephorus

Sharpe., 1898 :
E. praetermissa, pl. v.

Grant, W.R.O., 1898:
T. albipennis =T. capensis, figured, pl. viii.

Simon., 1898:
SIMON, Araignees ii, p. 221, divides the family into the following subfamilies, Nicodaminae, Cybaein

Bather., 1899:
Dinocystis, n. g. with genotype Dinocystis barroisi, n. sp., Condroz, Ardennes but already described

Hall., 1899:
HALL, P. Soc. Victoria xi, describes the new species Protospongia oblonga, p. 152 and Stephanella ?

Girod., 1899:
GIROD, Bull. Soc. zool. France xxxiv, pp. 51-53 and Le Micrographe Preparateur vii, pp. 106-115, red

Thiele., 1899:
THIELE, Arch. Nature, lxv 1, p. 87, discusses the nomenclature and affinities of Suberites crambe

Thiele., 1899:
THIELE, Bibl. Zool. xxiv, ii, redescribes: Jotrocha baculifera, p. 18 ; Histoderma navicelligerum, p

Berg., 1899:
BERG, Comun. Mus. Buenos Aires i, p. 77, replaces the generic name Anisoxya Topsent, 1898, previousl

Johnson., 1899:
JOHNSON, J. Micr. Soc. 1899 establishes the new genera Nisella, p. 463 and Scantilla, p. 462. .JOHNS

Thiele., 1899:
THIELE, Bibl. Zool. xxiv, ii, redescribes Placospongia melobesioides, p. 9 and Spirastrella inconsta

Schulze., 1899:
SCHULZE, Amer. Hexact., describes the following new genera: Calycosoma, p. 27; Calycosaccus, p. 30 ;

Linden, M.V., 1899:
M. v. Linden, Jahresh. Ver. Wurttemb. lv, pp. 31-35, discusses the ontogenetic signification of the

Giannelli, L., 1899:
L. Giannelli, Monit. Zool. ital. x, Suppl. pp. xxxix-xlvi, pl. xi, writes on the interhepatic pancre

Lonnberg, E., 1899:
E. Lonnberg, Zool. Anz. xxii, pp. 545-548, remarks on the presence or absence of lungs in various Sa

Bohr, C., 1899:
C. Bohr, Ov. Danske Selsk. 1899, pp. 193-211, figg., and Skand. Arch. Physiol. x, pp. 74-90, has mad

Cuenot, L., 1899:
L. Cuenot, Bull. Sci. France Belgique xxxii, pp. 482-489, remarks on the effect of food as determini

Schultze, O., 1899:
O. Schultze, Verh. Ges. Wurzburg 2, xxxii, No. 5, also writes on the development of the eggs of Ra

Ruffini, A., 1899:
A. Ruffini, Monit. Zool. ital. x, Suppl. pp. lxiii-lxviii, writes on the development of the glandula

Myers, B.D., 1899:
B. D. Myers, P. Amer. Ass. xlviii, pp. 253 254, gives an abstract of his communication on the cour

Semon, R., 1899:
R. Semon, Festchrift C. v. Kupffer, pp. 353-364, figg., pl. xxxvi, remarks on the formation of artic

Dendy, A.; Howes, G.B., 1899:
On the hatching of the eggs: A. Dendy G. B. Howes, Nature, lix, p. 340.

Dendy, A., 1899:
General remarks on the life-history and development by A. Dendy, Tr. N. Zealand Inst. xxxi, pp. 249-

Anonymous., 1899:
Who also has a paper on the habits and development, Anat. Anz. xv, pp. 309-334, pls. ii iii.

Schauinsland., 1899:
On the same subject: Schauinsland, Ver. Deutsch. zool. Ges. 1899, pp. 298-300

Rothschild, W., 1899:
Schoepff.

Moller, F.V., 1899:
F. v. MOLLER, Zeitschr. wiss. Zool. lxv, pp. 573-598, pls. xxx-xxxii, writes on the urogenital syste

Anonymous., 1899:
F. SIEBENROCK, SB. Ak. Wien cviii, pp. 563-595, 3 pls., writes on the larynx and trachaea of Cheloni

Anonymous., 1899:
Also Rend. Ist. Lombardo 2 xxxii, pp. 998 999.

Voeltzkow, A., 1899:
A. VOELTZKOW, Abh. Senckenberg. Ges. xxvi, pp. 1-150, figg., pls. i-xvii, has a memoir on the habits

Boettger, O., 1899:
O. Boettger, Ber. Senckenberg. Ges. 1899, pp. 75-88, figg., has a popular article on the habits and

Davidoff, M.V., 1899:
M. v. DAVIDOFF, Festschrift C. v. Kupffer, pp. 431-454, figg., pls. xlvi xlvii, has a memoir on th

Francotte, P., 1899:
P. FRANCOTTE, Mem. Cour. Ac. Belgique 4to lv, 1898, No. 3 43 pp., 2 pls. has a contribution to t

Chemin, A., 1899:
A. CHEMIN, Bibliog. anat. vii, pp. 114-123, figg., writes on the structure of the hyoid apparatus an

Philippi, R.A., 1899:
Chili. R. A. PHILIPPI, An. Univ. Chile civ, writes on the Snakes and Marino Turtles. Papuasia, Austr

Nikolski., 1899:
On some Reptiles and Batrachians from Shugnan and Rochan, Turkestan: NIKOLSKI, Annuaire Mus. St Pete

Cecconi, G., 1899:
Cyprus. G. Cecconi, Boll. Soc. Rom. Zool. viii, pp. 152-155

Bedriaga, J.V., 1899:
J. v. Bedriaga gives an account of the Batrachians collected by the Przewalski Expedition to Central

Asgoli, M., 1899:
M. ASGOLI, Arch. mikr. Anat. liii, pp. 623-631, pl. xxix, writes on the origin of the blood-corpuscl

Doplein, F., 1899:
F. DOPLEIN, Festschrift C. v. Kupffer, pp. 339-352, figg., pls. xxxiii-xxxv, writes on the formation

Doflein, F., 1899:
F. DOFLEIN, Verh. Deutsch. zool. Ges. 1899, pp. 21-30, writes on the development of Bdellostoma stou

Anonymous., 1899:
Also Science 2 ix, p. 311.

Allis, E.P., 1899:
E. P. ALLIS, Anat. Anz. xvi, pp.. 605-607, fig., remarks on an abnormal Musculus obliquus superior i

Sewertzoff, A.N., 1899:
A. N. SEWERTZOFF, Bull. Soc. Moscou 2 xii, pp. 393-445, pls. i-iv, continues his contribution to S

Jaekel, O., 1899:
O. JAEKEL, Verh. Deutsch. zool. Qes. 1899, pp. 249-258, figg., and Zeitschr. Deutach. geol. Ges. li,

Solger, B., 1899:
B. SOLGER, Morphol. Jahrb. xxVii, pp. 322-324, figg., recognises the presence of Mauthner's fibres i

Anonymous., 1899:
And P. R. Soc. London, pp. 160 161, gives an abstract of a paper on the external features in the d

Kerr, I.G., 1899:
I. G. KERR, Zool. Anz. xxii, pp. 292.-294

Anonymous., 1899:
And SB. Ges. Munchen xv, pp. 75-85, figg.

Semon, R., 1899:
R. SEMON, Festschrift C. v. Kupffer, pp. 353-364, figg., remarks on the articulations in the limbs o

Jaquet, M., 1899:
M. JAQUET, Bull. Soc. Bucarest viii, p. 791, fig., describes an Acipenser ruthenus with a supplement

Salenski, W., 1899:
W. SALENSKI, Annuaire Mus. St. Petersb. 1899, pp. 299-324, pls. xiv-xvi, has a paper in Russian on t

Anonymous., 1899:
Also P. Indiana Ac. 1899, pp. 239-241.

Anonymous., 1899:
And Boll. Mus. Genova 1899, No. 82, records various cases of anomaly in Mediterranean Pleuronectoids

Maria Sacchi., 1899:
MARIA SACCHI, Riv. Sci. Biol. 1899

Tomes, C.S., 1899:
C. S. TOMES, Quart. J. Micr. Sci. xli, pp. 459-469, pl. xxxvi, deals with the differences in the his

Carlos D.BraganYa, H.M., 1899:
H. M. CARLOS DE BRAGANCa, Result. Invest. Amelia, i, discusses the habits, migrations, and distrib

Gregory, E., 1899:
E. GREGORY, Festschrift C. v. Kupffer, pp. 711-716, pls. xl xli, writes on Kupffer's vesicle in Sa

Jablonowski, J., 1899:
J. JABLONOWSKI, Festschr. A. B. Meyer, Abh. Mus. Dresden 1899, No. 8, has a paper on the development

Felix, W., 1899:
W. FELIX, Anat. Hefte, i, viii, 1897, pp. 249-466, figg., pls. xxxiv-xli, has a contribution to the

Starks., 1899:
E. C. STARKS, P. U. S. Mus. xxii, pp. 1-10, pls. i-iii, writes on the osteological characters of Mug

Alcock, A., 1899:
Indian Ocean. A. ALCOCK has prepared a descriptive Catalogue of the Deep-Sea Fishes in the Indian Mu

Radde, G., 1899:
G. RADDE, Samml. Kaukas. Mus. i, Zool. pp. 299-324, gives a list of the Fishes in the Tiflis Museum.

Berg, L., 1899:
Caucasus. L. Berg has notes on the Fish-fauna, Mittheil. Kaukas. Mus. i, pp. 37-80.

Call, R.E., 1899:
R. E. CALL publishes a reprint of Rafinesque's Ichthyologia Ohiensis, with a bibliography of that au

GuNTHER.A., 1899:
A. GuNTHER, P. Linn. Soc. Lond. 1899, pp. 15-38, enumerates, with notes, the Linnean type specimens

Osborn., 1899:
OSBORN, P. Zool. Congress, 1898, p. 415, proposes to divide Mammals into Eutheria and Prototheria, p

Rothschild.; Jordan., 1899:
Eulepsis; ROTHSCHILD JORDAN continue their monograph of the Charaxes forms, dealing with this genu

Burr., 1899:
The arrangement adopted in each Order is roughly, Channel islands, England from South to North and f

Peacock., 1899:
New species, locality of which is not known:-Bobus picornoti, cf. Coleoptera, Lucanidae; Corylophode

Faust., 1899:
FAUST'S collection of Curculionidae, now at Dresden, Misc. ent. vii, p. 72.

Candeze., 1899:
CANDEZE'S collection purchased by the Belgian government, Ann. Soc. ent. Belgique 1899, p. 311.

Nees V.; Esenbeck., 1899:
NEES V. ESENBECK'S coll. at Poppelsdorf, Ent. Nachr. xxv, p. 368.

Porritt., 1899:
Commander Ids. Insecta see Insular.

Pantel., 1899:
Pigmentation, coloration, see Colour, p. 76. For sense-organs see Nervous System, p. 68.

Seebohm, Henry., 1899:
Monograph of the Turdidae, or Family of Thrushes. By HENRY see BOHM edited after the author's death

Linstow., 1900:
Development of Ascaris detipiens Krabbe; the larvae occur in closely packed masses with the head end

Morgan., 1900:
Morpholaxis. Regeneration by remoulding of an entire fragment into a new form, in contrast with rege

D.S.lys Longchamps, M.; Damas., 1900:
M. DE SELYS LONGCHAMPS and DAMAS in a detailed account of the post-embryonic development of Molgula

Brauer, A., 1900:
A. BRAUER, Zool. Anz. xxiii, pp. 353-358, writes on the development of the excretory organs of Hypog

COUNTE.S.; M.R.I.A. v LINDEN., 1900:
COUNTESS MARIA v. LINDEN, Biol. Centrbl. xx, pp. 144-167, 226-241, figg., has studied the ontogeneti

Barrows, Anne J., 1900:
ANNE J. BARROWS, Anat. Anz. xviii, pp. 461-464, figg., has made experiments on the supposed respirat

Eisen, G., 1900:
G. EISEN, Biol. Bull, i, pp. 99-113, figg., gives a preliminary account of the spermatogenesis of ba

Fischel, A., 1900:
Op. cit. xv, pp. 233-266, pl. xxvii, investigates the histological structure of the cornea in the la

Fischel, A., 1900:
A. FISCHEL, Anat. Hefte, Arb. xiv, pp. 1-255, figg., pls. i-ix, has a memoir on the regeneration of

Anonymous., 1900:
Science 2 xi, pp. 492-503, figg., discusses degeneration in the eyes of the Batrachians of the Nor

Eigenmann, C.H.; Eigenmann, P., 1900:
C. H. EIGENMANN, P. Indiana Ac. 1899, pp. 31-46, figg., and Science 2 xi, pp. 492-503, figg., disc

Valenti, G., 1900:
G. VALENTI, Verh. Anat. Ges. 1900, pp. 189-194, figg., remarks on the developmental relations betwee

Anonymous., 1900:
Bull. Mus. Paris 1900, pp. 294-300, has further remarks on the embryologyand physiology of the same

Anonymous., 1900:
Bull. Mus. Paris, 1900, pp. 72-75, also writes on the cells called clasmatocytesand on the glands

Anonymous., 1900:
The same author, C.R. Soc. Biol. lii, pp. 178-180, 479-483

Wolterstorff, W., 1900:
W. WOLTERSTORFF, Feuille Natural, xxxi, p. 33, remarks on the Tailed Batrachians of the Palearctic R

V.; Sampson, L., 1900:
LILIAN V. SAMPSON, Amer. Natural, xxxiv, pp. 687-715, gives a summary of the unusual modes of breedi

Anonymous., 1900:
I. BROMAN, Anat. Anz. xvii, pp. 20-30, figg.

Srdnko, O.V., 1900:
O. V. SRDINKO, Anat. Anz. xviii, pp. 500-508, figg., writes on the structure and development of the

Lebrun, H., 1900:
H. LEBRUN, Rev. Quart. Sci. 2 xviii, reviews our knowledge of the oviposition in the Batrachians o

Goldi, E.A., 1900:
E. A. GOLDI, Zool. Anz. xxiii, pp. 149-151, remarks on the hoof-like expansions of the claws in Alli

Anonymous., 1900:
C. R. Ac. Sci. cxxx, p. 637, announces the discovery of remains of Cratoeomus, Seeley, in the Upper

Van Den Broeck, E., 1900:
E. VAN DEN BROECK, Mem. Soc. Belge Geol. 1900, pp. 105-107, remarks on the Ornithosaurians of the We

G.; Leighton., 1900:
G. LEIGHTON, Zoologist 4 iv, pp. 393-396, figg., investigates the capacity of the gullet in Vipera

Wall, F.; Evans, G.H., 1900:
F. WALL G. H. EVANS have notes on Burmese Snakes. J. Bombay Soc. xiii. pp. 343-354.

Martin, H., 1900:
H. MARTIN, C.R. Ass. Franc. xxviii, 11, pp. 522-526, pl. v, has a paper on the development of the po

Anonymous., 1900:
Monit. Zool. ital. xi, pp. 119-124, pl. vi, deals with the development of the pancreas and liver in

Orru, E., 1900:
E. ORRU, Boll. R. Acc. Med. Roma xxv, pp. 303-318, 2 pls. 1899

Valenti, G., 1900:
G. VALENTI, Rend. Acc. Bologna 2 iii, 1899, pp. 113-116, has a preliminary communication on the fi

Staderini, K., 1900:
K. STADERINI, Atti Ace. Gioen. 4 xiii, no. xii, investigates the development of the head of Chalci

Anonymous., 1900:
Also xxiii, pp. 213-229, figg.

Marie Loyez., 1900:
MARIE LOYEZ, C.R. Ac. Sci. cxxx, pp. 48-50, investigates the constitution of the ovarian follicle in

Furbringer, M., 1900:
M. FURBBINGER, Jena. Zeitschr. xxxiv, pp. 215-718, figg., pls. xiii-xvii, brings out a memoir on the

Studnickaf, F.K., 1900:
F. K. STUDNICKA, Verh. Anat. Ges. 1900 pp. 44-52 figg., has remarks on the parietal organs of the br

Gunther, A., 1900:
Mexico and Central America. A. GuNTHER commences his account of the Tailless Batrachians in the Biol

Woodward, A.S., 1900:
Remarks by A. S. WOODWARD, Geol. Mag. vii, p. 36

Anonymous., 1900:
French abstract, Arch. ital. Biol. xxxiii, pp. 51-72, 2 pls.

Anonymous., 1900:
Abstract, Zool. Anz. xxiii, pp. 14 15.

Campbell Brown., 1900:
CAMPBELL BROWN, Palaeontogr. xlvi, p. 149, dealing with the structure of the Hybodont Sharks, remark

Perret, A., 1900:
A. PERRET, Rev. Scient. 4 xiii, pp. 786-788, reviews our knowledge of the characters and habits of

Bataillon, E., 1900:
E. BATAILLON, C.R. Ass. Franc, xxviii, ii, pp. 533-537, has obtained early embryonic stages by cross

Schafer, G.D., 1900:
G. D. SCHAFER, Arch. Entwickmech. x, pp. 685-691, pl. xvii, writes on some points in the structure o

Zschokke, F., 1900:
Switzerland. F. ZSCHOKKE, Denk. Schweiz. Ges. xxxvii, pp. 264-270, remarks on the various species of

Shufeldt, R.W., 1900:
R. W. SHUFELDT, Amer. Natural, xxxiv, pp. 275-281, has notes on the psychology of Fishes.

Catois., 1900:
CATOIS, C.R. Ass. Franc. xxviii, ii, pp. 515-519, gives a summary account of his histological resear

Harman, H.B., 1900:
H. B. HARMAN, Rep. Brit. Ass. 1899, pp. 780 781, remarks on the palpebral and oculomotor apparatus

Graham Kerr, J., 1900:
J. GRAHAM KERR, P. Cambridge Soc. x, pp. 227-235, remarks on the hypotheses as to the origin of the

Distant., 1900:
DISTANT gives a summary of it, pp. 430-435, t. c.

Godman., 1900:
Pamphilinae: the subfam. discussed, GODMAN, pp. 461-463, Biol. Centr.-Amer. Rhopal. ii. In the follo

Mantero., 1900:
M. Ephuta azurea, Papua, MANTERO, p. 584, Ann. Mus. Genova xl: n. spp.

Xambeu., 1900:
XAMBEU continues his descriptions of larvae of European Longicornia, pp. 109-156 sep. pag. in connec

Semenow., 1900:
SEMENOW discusses various genera in connection with the recent work of Seidlitz, t. c. pp. 643-655.

Perkins., 1900:
Proterhinus; PERKINS describes 122 species of this genus, and figures many of them, from the Hawaiia

Wachsmuth.; Springer., 1900:
Who, however, still criticises the attitude and figures of WACHSMUTH SPRINGER's Monograph 336 Zo

Vaney.; Conte., 1901:
Thelohania, see Plistophora, sup.

Cleve., 1901:
Arachnosphaera dichotoma, see Haliomma spinulosum var., p. 26.

Levi, G., 1901 :
G. LEVI, Monit. Zool. ital. xii, p. 144, has observations on the development, of cones and rods in t

Wolff, G., 1901:
G. WOLFF, Arch. Entwickinech. xii, pp. 307-351, figg., pls. vii viii, has made further observation

Drunee, L., 1901:
L. DRUNER, Zool. Jahrb. Anat. xv, pp. 435-622, pls. xxv-xxxi, brings out the first part of a study o

Raffaele, F., 1901:
F. RAFFAELE, Monit. Zool. ital. xii, pp. 221 222, remarks on the gastral mesoderm and records some

Shore, T.W., 1901:
T. W. SHORE, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. 2 xv, pp. 323-329, figg., writes on abnormal veins, and

Broman, J., 1901:
J. BROMAN, Anat. Anz. xx, pp. 347-351, figg., remarks on the spermatozoa of Pelobates fuscus and on

Anonymous., 1901:
And Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 vii, pp. 501-503, remarks on the mechanism of the protrusion of the tongue i

Gaule, J., 1901:
J. GAULE, Arch. ges. Physiol. lxxxvii, pp. 473-537, figg. has studied the changes in the organism of

Alice Gaule., 1901:
ALICE GAULE, Arch. ges. Physiol. lxxxiv, pp. 1-5, pl. i, writes on sexual differences in the liver o

Howes, G.B.; Swinnerton, H.H., 1901:
G. B. HOWES H. H. SWINNERTON, Tr. Zool. Soc. London xvi, pp. 1-86, pls. i-vi, bring out a memoir o

Gadow, H., 1901 :
This order, named Prosauri and divided into two suborders, Protorosauri and Rhynchocephali, is assoc

Reese, A.M., 1901:
A. M. REESE, Amer. Natural xxxv, p. 193, relates his successful attempt to hatch Alligator eggs arti

Huene, H.V., 1901:
H. V. HUENE, Centrbl. Mineral. 1901, pp. 715-718, figg., remarks on the Dinosaurian remains in the W

Gerhardt, U., 1901:
U. GERHARDT, Anat. Anz. xx, pp. 241-261, figg., has a paper on the Gastrulation of Tropidonotus natr

Hochstetter, F., 1901:
F. HOCHSTETTER, Morphol. Jahrb. xxix, pp. 415-438, pl. xxiv, writes on variations in the arterial sy

Siebenrock, F., 1901:
F. SIEBENROCK, Festschr. Zool.-bot. Ges. pp. 444-462, reviews the work done by Austrian herpetologis

Lindholm, W.A., 1901:
With notes by W. A. LINDHOLM, Jahrb. nassau. Ver. liv, pp. 177-222, pl. iii.

Voeltzkow, A.; Doderlein, L., 1901:
A. VOELTZKO L. DODERLEIN, Abh. Senckenb. Ges. xxvi, pp. 315-336, figg., 3 pls., discuss the format

Werner, F., 1901:
South Pacific Islands. F. WERNER, Zool. Jahrb. Syst. xiv, pp. 380-387, gives a list of the Reptiles

Philippi., 1901:
Chili. PHILIPPI'S papers on the Snakes and Turtles cf. Zool. Rec. 1899, Rept. p. 9 , are re-publishe

Kraepelin, K., 1901 :
Germany. K. KRAEPELIN, Faun. Umgeg. Hamburgs, pp. 37 38, remarks on the Reptiles and Batrachians o

Herfort, K., 1901:
K. HERFORT, Arch. mikr. Anat. lvii, pp. 54-95, pls. iv-vi, writes on the maturation and fecundation

Plate, L., 1901:
L. PLATE, Tagebl. v, Int. Zool. Congr. No. 8, pp. 7 8, remarks on the Cyclostomes of the Southern

Punnett, R.C., 1901:
R. C. PUNNETT, P. R. Soc. London lxviii, pp. 140-142, and lxix, pp. 2-26, figg., continues his obser

Anonymous., 1901:
And Anat. Anz. xix, pp. 299-307, figg., pls. xxvii xxviii, investigates the structure of the genit

Gregg Wilson, P., 1901:
GREGG WILSON, P. Phys. Soc. Edinb. xiv, pp. 319-323, figg., has preliminary notes on the first found

Anonymous., 1901:
And, Arch. Entwickmech. xi, pp. 310-320, figg., on the ectodermal median groove in Ceratodus forster

Traquair., 1901:
Elonichthys, Gieb. foss. TRAQUAIR concludes his account; of the British forms of this genus. Paloe

Stewart, A.S., 1901:
Rremarks by A. S. STEWART, Univ. Survey Kansas vi. Paleont ii, p. 262, with descriptions and figures

Boulenger., 1901:
Divided into two suborders CLADISTIA Polypteridoe and OSTEOLEPIDA Osteolepidae, Rhizodontidae, Ho

Boulenger, G.A., 1901 :
G. A. BOULENGER, Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 viii, pp. 261-271, figg., remarks on the classification of the

Shufeldt, R.W., 1901:
The same author, t. c. pls. i-iv, gives photographs, from life, of this fish and of Lepomis auritus

Anonymous., 1901:
And the same authors, P. U. S. Mus. xxiii, pp. 725-734, 740-769, 837-913, and xxiv, pp. 1-20, 33-132

Navarsete, A., 1901:
Spain. A. NAVARSETE has published an illustrated hand-book Madrid, 1900, 8vo on the food-fishes of

L.Bianco, S., 1901:
Italy. S. LO BIANCO, Mt. Stat. Neapel xv, pp. 427-432, enumerates some pelagic and deep-sea fishes o

Kraepelin, K., 1901:
Germany. K. Kraepelin, Faun. Umgeg. Hamburg pp. 38 39, remarks on the Fishes of the neighbourhood

Romer, F.; Schaudinn, F., 1901:
In F. ROMER F. SCHAUDINN'S Fauna Arctica ii, pp. 65-108.

Zolonisky, N., 1901:
N. ZOLONISKY, Arch. zool. exp. Notes 3 ix, pp. i-v, remarks on the power which Fishes possess of d

Knauthe, K., 1901:
K. KNAUTHE, Zool. Garten xlii, pp. 153-156, writes on mortality in Fish caused by thunder.

Alcock, A.W., 1901:
A. W. ALCOCK'S Zoological Gleanings from the Marine Survey Ship 'Investigator,' Sci. Mem. Med. Offic

Jaquet, M., 1901 :
M. JAQUET, Bull. Soc. Bucarest x, pp. 240-250, writes on the sympathetic nervous system. .M. JAQUET,

Popta, C.M.L., 1901:
C. M. L. POPTA writes on the branchial appendages of Fishes: Ann. Sci. nat. 8 xii, pp. 139-216, pl

Steindachner, F., 1901:
F. STEINDACHNER, Festschr. Zool.-bot. Ges. Wien 1901, pp. 407-443, reviews the work done by Austrian

Anonymous., 1901:
Morphology and classification, continuation of translation of Hansen's 1890 paper, Entomologist xxxi

Forel., 1901:
Thrips imported to Finland.

Finsch., 1901:
FINSCH, Das Tierreich, Lief. 15 Zosteropidae, pp. 1-56, text-figg. 1-32.

Bowdler Sharpe, R., 1901:
Edited and completed after the Author's death by R. BOWDLER SHARPE. London, 1901, Imp. 4to, Part x

Sharpe., 1901:
SHARPE, Hand-list B, iii, pp. 204-286. .SHARPE, Hand-list B, iii, pp. 286-305. .SHARPE, Hand-list B,

Anonymous., 1901:
Tenth Supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Checklist of North American Birds. Auk xviii,

Anonymous., 1901:
Report of the A. O. U. Committee on the Protection of North American Birds for the year 1900. Auk xv

Anonymous., 1901:
American Ornithologists' Union. Auk xviii, pp. 63-67.

Anonymous., 1901:
Vogelwarte Rossitten der Deutschen Ornithologischen Gesellschaft. Sitzuugen Geschaftsordung, Bitte

Anonymous., 1901:
Bericht uber Ansprachen und Begluckwunschungen von Gesellschaften und wissenschaftlischen Anstalten

Silvestri., 1901:
See Titles, Nos. 105, 162, 166

Simon., 1901:
See Titles, Nos. 3, 4, 9, 12, 21-23, 32-37, 51-55, 57-60, 62, 66, 67, 71, 72, 84, 93-95, 110, 113,

Evans, W., 1901:
See Titles Nos. 101, 111, 159, 179, 216.

Simon., 1901:
See Titles, Nos. 97, 157.

Purcell., 1901:
See Titles, Nos. 5, 45, 46, 69, 90, 91, 100, 179, 207.

Borelli., 1901:
See Titles Nos. 98, 108, 132, 157, 179, 194.

Brader, A., 1902:
A. BRAUER, Zool. Jarhb. Anat. xvi, pp. 1-176, figg., pls. i-xx, deals withthe development of the exc

Hoffmann, C.K., 1902:
C. K. HOFFMANN, verh. Ak. Amsterdam 2 viii, No. 3, 101 pp., 4 pls., has studied the development of

Osawa, G., 1902 :
G. OSAWA, Mitth. Med. Fac. Univ. Tokio v, pp. 221-427, pls. xi-liv, gives an account of the anatomy

King, Helen D., 1902:
HELEN D. KING, Anat. Anz. xxi, pp. 414-417, and Amer. Natural. xxxvi, pp. 521-548, figg., has made i

Mehely, L.; Von., 1902:
L. VON MEHELY has a paper in Hungarian on the voice and vocal apparatus of Tailless Batrachians. Pot

Cecoherelli, G., 1902:
G. CECCHERELLI, Monit. Zool. ital. xiii, pp. 246 247, remarks on the structure of the muscles of t

Bochenek, A., 1902:
A. BRACHET, Arch. Biol. xix, pp. 1-243, pls. i-vii, has a memoir on the ontogenesis of Batrachians

Faussek, V., 1902:
V. FAUSSEK, Arch, mikr. Anat. lx, pp. 157-174, pl. ix, has a contribution to the histology of the gi

Huene, F.V., 1902:
In the Article Amphibia of the Supplement to the 9th edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the

Anonymous., 1902:
FRAAS's article on the Thalattosuchia quoted in the last Record, is published in Jahresh. Ver. Wurtt

Anonymous., 1902:
F. NOPCSA, Anz. Ak. Wiss. xxxix, pp. 42-46 and SB. Ak. Wien cxi, p. 108, pl.-remarks on Hungarian an

Woodward, A.S., 1902:
S. W. WILLISTON, J. Geol. x, pp. 520-531, pls. i ii, describes and figures the skull of Nyctodacty

Launoy, L., 1902 :
L. LAUNOY, Bull Mus. Paris 1901, pp. 365 366, and 1902, pp. 38 364, has investigated some points

Gerhard, U., 1902:
U. GERHARDT, Anat. Anz, xx, p. 570, has an additional note to his paper on the gastrulation of Tropi

Wall, J., 1902:
F. Wall, J. Bombay Soc. xiv, pp. 93-102, pls. A-D, and pp. 337-345, has articles on the distinguishi

Weitlander, F., 1902:
F. WEITLANDER, Verh. Ges. Wien lii, pp. 328-332, has observations on the adhesive function of the di

Marie Loyez., 1902:
MARIE LOYEZ, Bull. Soc. Philom. 9 iv, pp. 63-76, figg., writes on the first stages in the developm

Fanny Moser., 1902:
FANNY MOSER, Arch. mikr. Anat. lx, pp. 587-668, figg., pls. xxx-xxxiii, deals with the development o

Unterhossel, P.; Hellmuth, K., 1902:
P. UNTERHOSSEL K. HELLMUTH, Morphol. Jahrb. xxx, pp. 541-613, figg., pl. viii, have investigated t

Von Huene, F., 1902:
F. VON HUENE, Pal. Abh. 2 vi, pp. 1-84, figg., pls. i-ix, reviews our knowledge of Triassic Reptil

Woodward., 1902:
A. S. WOODWARD, in the Article 'Reptiles', Encyclop. Britann. xxxii, pp. 215-220, figg., reviews the

Nepveu., 1902:
NEPVEU Zool. Rec. 1898, No. 155 having described several cases of human trypanosomosis which had c

Schuadinn., 1902 :
And Schuadinn Arch. f. Protistenk. ii, p. 340 has recently admitted it.

Luhe., 1902:
As Luhe in the Zool. Centrlbl. abstr. surmised, it was quite likely that the author had been mistake

Laveran.; Mesnil., 1902:
Agreeing with Laveran and Mesnil's Zool. Rec. 1901, No. 134 account. See also d, 4.

Laveran.; Mesnil., 1902:
Whereas LAVERAN MESNIL Zool. Rec. 1901, No. 134 think that multiplication of the T. lewisi of ra

Boeke, J., 1902:
J. BOEKE, P. Ac. Amsterdam iv, pp. 695-698, figg., remarks on tho infundibular region of the brain d

Jabe, H., 1902:
H. JABE, J. Geol. Soc. Tokyo ix, pp. 1-6, figg., notices some fossil Sharks' teeth from the Mesozoic

Codvredr, E., 1902:
E. CODVREDR, C.R Soc. Biol. liv, pp. 1252 1253, writes on the respiratory mechanism of Torpedo.

Menel, N.E., 1902:
N. E. MENEL has a paper in Bohemian on the histology of the electric centrum of Torpedo marmorata, S

Menel, E., 1902:
E. MENEL, Arch. mikr. Anat. lx, pp. 181-189, figg., pl. x, has remarks on the histology of the elect

Coggi, A., 1902:
A. COGGI, Arch. Zoologico i, pp. 59-107, pls. iii iv, writes on the development of the lateral lin

Retzids, G., 1902:
G. RETZIDS, Biol. Untersuch. 2 x, pp. 61-64, pl. xviii, describes and figures the spermatozoon of

Lamd, A.B., 1902:
A. B. LAMD, Tufts Coll. Stud. No. 7, pp. 275-292, figg., writes on the development of the eye muscle

Edgeworth, F.H., 1902:
F. H. EDGEWORTH, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. 2 xvii, pp. 73-86, pls. iv-x, has a paper on the de

Vaillant, L., 1902:
L. VAILLANT, CR. cxxxiv, pp. 1321 1322, remarks on the minute structure of the bony scales of Silu

Patten, W., 1902:
W. PATTEN, Verh. v. Int. Zool. Congr. pp. 180-192, figg., compares the structure of the head of the

Budgett, J.S., 1902:
Describes the skeleton and urinogenital organs in a larval and remarks of the affinities of the livi

Kyle, H.M., 1902:
H. M. KYLE, P. R. Soc. Lond. lxx, pp. 48-66, has made experiments on the action of Euphorbia hiberna

Barrett-hamilton, G.E.H., 1902:
G. E. H. BARRETT-HAMILTON, Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 ix, pp. 106-120, has further observations on the nupt

Barton, J.K., 1902:
J. K. BARTON, Rep. Fish. Board Scotland ix, Pt II, pp. 101-110, 9 pls., and J. Anat. Physiol. norm.-

Jaquet, M., 1902:
M. JAQUET, Bull. Soc. Bucarest x, pp. 558-568, pl. iii, studies the digestive system of Silurus glan

Leriche, M., 1902:
M. LERICHE, Ann. Soc. geol. Nord xxx, 1901, pp. 165-175, remarks on some remains, and on the geologi

Jordan.; Starks., 1902:
JORDAN STARKS, P. U. S. Mus. xxvi, pp. 57-73, figg., review the Hemibranchiate Fishes of Japan.

Hay, O.P., 1902:
O. P. HAY, Bull. U. S. Geol. Surv. No. 179, p. 396, proposes the new name Phthinobranchii for an Ord

Boulenger., 1902:
BOULENGER, Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 x, p. 147, discusses the characters of the Lamprididae, and proposes

Sipino, F., 1902:
O. P. HAY, Bull. U. S. Geol. Surv. No. 179, p. 397, proposes the new name Mesichthyes for an Order t

Steindachner., 1902:
C. G. J. PETERSEN, Rep. Dan. Biol. Stat. xi, pp. 3-28, has biological notes on the Gadidae of the Da

Jordan.; Fowler., 1902:
F. SUPINO, Ric. Lab. anat. Roma ix, pl. xii, describes and figures the skull of Hoplostethus mediter

Boulenger., 1902:
F. SUPINO, Ric. Labor, anat. Roma ix, pl. v, describes and figures the skull of Macrurus trachyrhync

Jordan.; Fowler., 1902:
F. SUPINO, Ric. Labor, anat. Roma ix, pl. xii, describes and figures the skull of Pomatomus telescop

Starks, E.C., 1902:
E. C. STARKS, P. U. S. Mus. xxv, pp. 619-634, figg., writes on the osteology and systematic position

Jordan.; Fowler., 1902:
E. C. STARKS. P. U. S. Mus. xxv, pp. 565-672, figg., describes the skeleton of Antigonia rubescens,

Supino, F., 1902:
Describes and figures theskull of

Jordan.; Fowler., 1902:
Review of the Japanese species by

Boulenger., 1902:
BOULENGER, Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 x, p. 295, also discusses the affinities of the Pleuronectidae, which

Thomson, J.S., 1902:
J. S. THOMSON, J. Mar. Biol. Ass. 2 vi, pp. 373-375, pl. v, writes on the periodic growth of scale

Fulton, J.W., 1902:
J. W. FULTON, Rep. Fish. Board Scotland xx, pt. iii, pp. 326-439, pls. xiv-xxi, writes on the rate o

Gurley, R.R., 1902:
R. R. GURLEY, Amer. Journ. Psychol. xiii, pp. 408-425, remarks on the spawning periods of Fishes in

Weber, M., 1902:
F. MAZZA, Atti Soc. Ligustica xiii, pp. 181-224, pls. ix-xi, describes the development of Lebias cal

Boulenger, S., 1902:
Sea of Oman. BOULENGER'S, Note on deep-sea Fishes from the Sea of Oman cf. Zool. Rec. 1901, Pisc, p.

Kolombatovic., 1902:
Dalmatia: On new or rare Fishes: Kolombatovi?, Glasnik Naravosl. druzt. xiii, pp. 22-37, pl. -.

Von Desco, B., 1902:
Upper Hungary. B. von Desco, Verh. v. Int. Zool. Congr. pp. 567-578, remarks on the changes in the f

Vieira, L., 1902:
Portugal. L. Vieira, Ann. Sci. nat. Porto vii, 1901, pp. 139-159, con-cludes his catalogue of the Po

Bjelooussov, N., 1902:
N. BJELOOUSSOV, Trudui Kharkov Univ. xxxv, 1901, pp. 1-38, has a paper in Russian on the respiratory

Conte, A.; Vaney, C., 1902:
A. CONTE C. VANEY, C.R. Soc. BioL liv, pp. 47 48 make some remarks on marine species adapting th

Buhler, A., 1902:
A. Buhler, Morphol. Jahrb. xxx, pp. 377-452, figg., pls. vi vii, has a paper on the resorption of

Kerr, J.G., 1902:
J. G. KERR remarks on the origin of the paired limbs of Vertebrates.

Jordan, D.S., 1902:
D. S. JORDAN, Science 2 xvi, p. 241, gives an outline of the history of Ichthyology.

Distant., 1902:
Walker's species summarised with synonymy and corrected taxonomy, DISTANT, Ann. Nat. Hist. ix, pp. 3

Swinhoe., 1902:
SWINHOE'S paper, Tr. ent. Soc. London 1902, p. 585 etc., includes much synonymy of Geometndae and Ep

Moore., 1902:
MOORE describes the Papilionidae of India, Lep. ind. v, pp. 102-241, pls. 406-466.

Konow., 1902:
KONOW's synopsis of Chalastogastra is continued in connection with Zeitschr. Hym. Dipt, ii, separate

Buckley., 1902:
WHEELER discusses at length the N. American ants described by BUCKLEY in order to facilitate their r

Anonymous., 1902:
The synonymy is too extensive and complex for dealing with here: reference must be made to the work

Reitter., 1902:
We give below the new species-amounting to something like 200-but for the numerous varieties and syn

Tschitsche., 1902:
TSCHITSHERINE reviews in a critical manner the taxonomy and synonymy of Australian Platysmatini, Hor

Chapman., 1902:
Physiology of metamorphosis. See 1g Physiology.

Leon., 1902:
LEON's paper, recorded last year, morphology of labium of Hemiptera has now appeared in Bull. Soc. J

Borner., 1902:
Series Chelicerata. i. Class Merostomata. Sub-class Gigantostraca. Order Haplochelata nov. Sub-class

Seebohm, H.; Bowdler Sharpe, R., 1902:
SEEBOHM, H. A Monograph of the Turdid or family of Thrushes. Edited and completed after the Author'

Pocock., 1902:
Classification of Opiliones. A. Plagiostethi =Palpatores. a. Apagosterni. b. Eupagosterni. B. Meco

Borner., 1902:
Classification of Pedipalpi; Sub-order Palpigradi. Family Koeneniadae. Sub-order Uropygi. Tribe Schi

Weismann, A., 1903:
A. WEISMANN, Auat. Anz. xxii, pp. 425-431, figg., has made experiments on the regeneration of the ov

Anonymous., 1903:
Verh. Anat. Ges. 1903, pp. 142-144, writes on the Musculature of the visceral skeletonin Tailed Batr

Anonymous., 1903:
C.R. Soc. Biol. lv, pp. 1645 1646, has discovered a functional correlation between the dermal pois

Morgan, T.H.; Boring, A.M., 1903:
T. H. MORGAN ALICE M. BORING, Arch. Entwickmech. xvi, pp. 680-690, pl. xxii, have investigated the

Anonymous., 1903:
Arch. mikr. Anat. lxii, pp. 740-744, pl. xxx, describe peculiar canalicules in certain epithelial ce

Wigert, V.; Ekberg, H., 1903:
V. WIGERT H. EKBERG, Anat. Anz. xxii, pp. 364-368, figg.

Gianelli, L., 1903:
L. GIANELLI, Monit. Zool. ital. xiv, pp. 33-46, figg., has investigated the first phases in the deve

Brachet, A., 1903:
A. BRACHET, Arch. Biol. xix, pp. 653-698, pls. xix xx, has made researches on the development of t

Broom, R., 1903:
R. BROOM, Ann. S. African Muss. iv, pp. 154-156, remarks on the affinities of the primitive Theriodo

Bertelli, D., 1903:
D. BERTELLI, Monit. Zool. ital. xiv, pp. 5 6, has a preliminary note on the development of the dia

Dollo, L., 1903:
L. DOLLO, Bull. Ac. Belgique 1903, pp. 801-850, remarks on the phytogeny of marine Chelonians.

Yakowlew, N., 1903:
N. YAKOWLEW, Verh. Russ. Miner. Ges. 2 xl, pp. 263-266comments on recent additions to our knowledg

Bassett, P.W.; Smith., 1903:
P. W. BASSETT SMITH'S, contribution on Snake-bites in the Encyclopaedia Medica, vol. xi, is reprin

Lamb, G.; Hanna, W., 1903:
G. LAMB W. HANNA, have observations on the poisons of Naia tripudians, Bungarus fasciatus, and Vip

Rogers, L., 1903:
L. ROGERS, P. R. S. lxxi, pp. 481-496 and lxxii, pp. 305-319, 419-423, has made experiments on the p

Anonymous., 1903:
C.R. Soc. Biol. lv, pp. 1082-1085, has made new experiments on the natural immunity of Snakes to the

Tribondeau., 1903:
TRIBONDEAU, Pr.-verb. Soc. Bordeaux lviii, pp. cxviii-clx, cc-ccvii, pls. i-iii, continues the publi

Anonymous., 1903:
Bibliog. anat. xii, pp. 305 306, has made new observations on the fecundation of the ovum in Angui

Goppert, E., 1903:
E. GOPPERT, Verh. Anat. Ges. 1903, pp. 75-81, figg., remarks on the role of the tongue in the format

Anonymous., 1903:
Anat. Anz. xxiv, pp. 156-164, figg., continues the publication of his researches on the development

Ditmars, R.L., 1903:
R. L. DITMARS, Rep. New York Zool. Soc. 1902, pp. 145-153, has notes on keeping Roptiles in captivit

Goppert, E., 1903:
E. GOPPERT, Morphol. Jahrb. xxxi, pp. 311-359, figg., pls. xii-xv, writes on the relation of the ton

Anonymous., 1903:
Science 2 xvii, p. 275, proposes to arrange the orders of Reptiles into two sub-classes: Synapsida

Tattersall, W.M., 1903:
W. M. TATTERSALI, Supplem. Rep. Ceylon Pearl Fisher., No. vi, pp. 209-226, 1 pl., describes the spec

Lonnberg, E., 1903:
E. LONNBERG, Bronn's Klassen u. Ordnunger vi, i, pp. 161-208, pls. vii-ix, continues his account of

Bataillon, E., 1903:
E. BATAILLON, C.R. Ac. Sci. cxxxvii, p. 79, has made experiments on artificial parthenogenetic segme

Haack, W., 1903:
W. HAACK, Zeitschr. wiss. Zool. lxxv, pp. 112-146, pls. xv xvi, writes on the buccal glands of Pet

Marenghi, G., 1903:
G. MARENGHI, Zeitschr. wiss. Zool. lxxv, pp. 421-429, pl. xxix, and Mem. 1st. Lombardo xix, pp. 195-

Sollas, W.J.; Sollas, J.B.J., 1903:
W. J. J. B. J. SOLLAS, Phil. Trans. cxcvi, pp. 627-294, pls. xvi xvii, give an account of the st

Anonymous., 1903:
E. LAGUESSE, Arch. anat. micr. vi, pp. 99-169. figg., pl., v, has paper on the spleen-capsule in emb

Poll, H., 1903:
H. POLL, Arch. mikr. Anat. lxii, pp. 138-174. figg., pl viii, has investigated the development of th

Anonymous., 1903:
E. GRYNFELTT, Bull. Sci France Belgique xxxviii, pp. 1-136, figg., pls. i-vii, has investigated the

Steinhard, O., 1903:
O. STEINHARD, Arch. Naturg. lxix, i, pp. 1-43, pls. i ii, has examined the placoid scales in the b

Eastman., 1903:
W. PATTEN, Amer. Natural. xxxvii, pp. 223-242, figg., remarks on various points in the structure of

FuRBRINGER.K., 1903:
K. Furbringer, Morphol. Jahrb. xxxi, pp. 620 621, remarks on the morphological value of the gular

Gill., 1903:
H. H. Swinnerton, Zool. Jahrb. Anat. xviii, p. 58, figg., describes the osteology of Cromeria niloti

Carruccio, A., 1903:
A. Carruccio, Boll. Soc. zool. Ital. 2 iv, pp. 76-84, 159-163, has generalremarks on the principal

Brown, O.H., 1903:
O. H. BROWN, Amer. J. Physiol. ix, pp. 111-115, writes on the immunity of the eggs and embryos of th

Brown, F.B., 1903:
F. B. BROWN, J. Mar. Biol. Asa. 2 vi, pp. 598-625, pl. iii, reports on eggs and larvae of Telcoste

Johnstone, J., 1903:
J. JOHNSTONE. Tr. Liverp. biol. Soc. xvii, pp. 181-186, has supplied a translation of

Guital, F., 1903:
F. GUITAL, Arch. zool. exp. Notes 4 i, pp. xcv-c, writes on specific and sexual variations iu the

Jaekel, O., 1903:
O. JAEKEL, SB. Ges. naturi. Berlin 1903, pp. 27-58, figg., writes on the epiphysis and hypophysis.

Fanny Moser., 1903:
FANNY MOSER, Anat. Anz. xxiii, pp. 609-611, remarks on the evolution of the swim-bladder.

Anonymous., 1903:
Biolleya n. g. alaris n. sp. , Saussure, this description appeared in An. lust. Costa Rica vii, 1894

Distant., 1903:
Completion of revision of Walker's Reduviidae, Apiomerinae, Harpactorinae, Nabinae, Distant, Ann. Na

Kirkaldy., 1903:
KIRKALDY, Entomologist xxxvi, pp. 213 etc., continues his review of generic nomenclature.

Brues., 1903:
BRUES monographs the N. American Phoridaea, gives a key to all the known genera of the family, and n

Taylor., 1903:
TAYLOR gives a brief but interesting account of the larval habits and metamorphosis of Chironomus so

Becker., 1903:
BECKER gives a detailed account of captures of Diptera in Egypt, with many n. spp. and genera; the p

Busck., 1903:
The n. spp. of this memoir are given below, but we have not attempted to deal with its synonymy. Thi

Hering., 1903:
HERING concludes his enumeration of the Pyralidae of Sumatra, Hydro-campinae, Schaenobiinae, Crambin

Moore., 1903:
MOORE commences the Indian Papilioninae, describing and figuring them, and in several cases the larv

Konow., 1903:
KONOW's synopsis of Ghalastogastra is continued in connection with Zeitschr. Hym. Dipt. pp. 49-224

Kieffer., 1903:
KIEFFER publishes the first portions of the tabulation of European and Algerian Evaniidae, being pp.

Fiske., 1903:
FISKE deals with the biology of various species of Ichneumonidae and Braconidae that attack Clisioca

Kreiger., 1903:
KRIEGER has published very numerous additions and synonymical corrections to Dalla Torre's Catalogue

Brauns., 1903:
The female of Dorylus fimbriatus, discovered by G. A. K. MARSHALL, is described by BRAUNS, Zeitschr.

Anonymous., 1903:
COCKERELL describes n. varr. of Californian and N. American in addition to the n. spp. recorded belo

Von Ihering., 1903:
VON IHERING gives an important paper on the stingless bees of S. America under the following heading

Jacoby., 1903:
JACOBY describes the genera and catalogues the species of Sagridae, in Wytsman Gen. ins. fasc. xiv,

Lameere., 1903:
The changes of taxonomy involved in these memoirs are too extensive for us to follow in detail. Refe

Schenkling., 1903:
SCHENKLING revises and describes the genera of Cleridae and catalogues the species, Wytsman Gen. Ins

Kerremans., 1903:
KERREMANS, in Wytsman Gen. Ins. fasc. xii, revises the genera, and catalogues the species of Buprest

D'orbig, Y., 1903:
D'ORBIGNY, Ann. Soc. ent. France lxxii, pp. 289-300, gives the synonymy and notes resulting from a c

Apfelbeck., 1903:
APFELBECK publishes the first Vol. of a descriptive work on the Coleoptera of the Balkan peninsula,

Veth., 1903:
N. spp. without locality: Blaberus distanti, Corydia hilaris, see Blattidae.-Ranatra atropha, see Ne

Anonymous., 1903:
The Proc. Ass. Economic Entomologists in Bull. U. S. Dep. Agric. Ent. xl, contains numerous notes on

Anonymous., 1903:
Twentieth congress of the American Ornithologists' Union. Auk xx, pp. 59-63.

Anonymous., 1903:
Supplementary report of the A. O. U. committee on the protection of the North American birds. Auk xx

Anonymous., 1903:
Twelfth Supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk xx,

Loman., 1903:
Classification of Opiliones: Suborder i. Palpatores. a. Apagosterni. b. Eupagosterni. Suborder ii. L

D.R.gny, P.E.; Vinassa., 1904:
P. E. VINASSA DE REGNY, Boll. Soc. geol. Ital. xxiii, describes pentadactyle footprints from the Tri

Brauer, A., 1904:
A. BRAUER, Zool. Jahrb., Suppl. vii, pp. 381-408, figg., pls. xxi xxii, continues his contribution

Spemann, H., 1904:
H. SPEMANN, Zool. Jahrb., Suppl. vii, pp. 429-470, figg., describes artificially-produced monstrous

Klunzinger, C.B., 1904:
C. B. KLUNZINGER, Verh. Deutsch. zool. Ges. 1904, pp. 36-46, figg., summarises Zeller's observations

Anonymous., 1904:
Arch. zool. exp. Notes 4 ii, pp. cv-cxiii, figg., has made observations on the condition of the te

Reese, E.M., 1904:
E. M. REESE, Amer. Natural. xxxviii, pp. 487-490, figg., remarks on the eggs and spermatozoa of Cryp

D.Bussy, L.P., 1904:
L. P. DE BUSSY, Tijdschr. Nederland. Dierk. Ver. 2 viii, pp. 267-378, figg., pls. xi-xx, describes

Kingsley, J.S., 1904:
J. S. KINGSLEY F. W. THYNG, Tufts Coll. Stud. No. 8, pp. 363-378, figg., have studied the developm

Wendelstadt., 1904:
WENDELSTADT, Arch. mikr. Anat. lxiii, pp. 766-795, pls. xxxviii-xliii, has made experiments on the r

Pochet., 1904:
POCHET, Arch. Sci. Nat. 4 xviii, pp. 205 206, has made experiments on the toxico-exciting action

Jenkinson, J.W., 1904:
J. W. JENKINSON, Rep. Brit, Ass. 1903, pp. 693 694, remarks on the effect of solutions of salt and

Bohn, G., 1904:
G. BOHN, C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 633 634, 767 768, 789-792, has made experiments on the influen

Bataillon, E., 1904:
E. BATAILLON, C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 749-751, has made further experiments on parthenogenetic segm

Todd, A.H., 1904:
A. H. TODD, Arch. Entwickmech. xviii, pp. 489-506, figg., pls. xxix xxx, writes on the results of

Morgan, T.W.; Toulle, E., 1904:
T. W. MORGAN E. TOULLE, Arch. Entwickmech. xviii, pp. 507-554, pls. xxxi-xxxiii, have studied the

Loisel., 1904:
G. LOISEL, C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 446-448, remarks on a supposed correlation between the pigmentat

Mehely, L.V., 1904:
L. V. MEHELY, Math. naturw. Ber. Ungarn xx, pp. 239-259, figg., describes and comments upon a Peloba

Anonymous., 1904:
Biol. Bull. vii, pp. 166-169, figg., remarks on the skeleton of regenerated anterior limbs in Rana.

Byrnes, Esthr F., 1904:
ESTHER F. BYRNES, Arch. Entwickmech. xviii, pp. 171-177, figg., pl. x, has made experiments on the r

Anonymous., 1904:
Verh. Anat. Ges. 1904, pp. 37-40 writes on some points in the structure of the red blood-corpuscles.

Cargiulo, A., 1904:
A. CARGIULO, Riv. ital. Pal. xxiv, pp. 9 10, compares the kidney of Batrachians to that of Fishes.

Broom, R., 1904:
R. BROOM, Rec. Albany Mus. i, pp. 75-82, remarks on some points in the anatomy of the Anomodont skul

Broom, R., 1904:
R. BROOM, t. c. pp. 286-294, deals with the classification of the Theriodonts and their allies.

Jakowlew, N., 1904:
N. JAKOWLEW, Ver. Russ. Min. Ges. 2 xli, pp. 13-16, fig., pl. i, remarks on Plesiosaurian remains

Tornier, G., 1904:
G. TORNIER, SB. Ges. naturf. Berlin 1904, pp. 297-307, remarks on the origin and signification of th

Pettit, A.; Geay, F., 1904:
A. PETTIT F. GEAY, C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 1087-1089, remark on the structure of the cloacal glan

Pettit, A., 1904:
A. PETTIT, C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 298-300, fig., and Bull. Mas. Paris 1904, pp. 66-68, fig., remar

Osborn, H.F., 1904:
H. F. Osborn, Science 2 xix, pp. 255 256, remarks on the position of the bones of the form-arm i

Williston, S.W., 1904:
S. W. WILLISTON, Geol. Mag. v i, p. 59, remarks on the homologies of the fingers of the Pterodacty

Phisalix, C., 1904:
Op. cit. lvii, pp. 486-488, has further remarks on the difference between Viperid and Colubrid venom

Anonymous., 1904:
C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 976-978, remarks on the causes of the natural immunity of Snakes to their o

Branca, A., 1904:
A. BRANCA, Arch. zool. exp. Notes 4 ii, pp. xxxvii-xlv, has studied the epithelial covering of the

Beddard, F.E., 1904:
F. E. BEDDARD, P. Z. S. 1903, ii, pp. 319-328, figg., 1904, i, pp. 331-370, figg., 1904, ii, pp. 107

Dollo, L., 1904:
L. DOLLO, Mem. Soc. Belge Geol, xviii, pp, 217-222.

Dollo, L., 1904:
L. DOLLO, Mem. Soc. Beige Geol. xviii, pp. 207-216, pl. vi, reviews our knowledge of the Mosasaurs o

Couvreur.; Gautier., 1904:
COUVREUR GAUTIER, Ann. Soc. Linn. Lyon 1, pp. 159 160, have made experiments on the respiration

Beddard, F.E., 1904:
F. E. BEDDARD, P. Z. S. 1904, ii, pp. 6-22, figg., writes on some points in the vascular system of C

Tornier, G., 1904:
G. TORNIER, Zool. Jahrb. Anat. xxi, pp. 1-40, pls. i ii, has investigated the gular and occipital

Tolg, F., 1904:
F. TOLG, Arb. Inst. Wien xv, pp. 119-154, pls. ix-xi, has a contribution to the knowledge of femoral

Kunitzky, J., 1904:
J. KUNITZKY, Trudui St. Petersb. Obshch. xxxiv 2, pp. 1-19, pl.-, has investigated the origin and

Peter, K., 1904:
K. PETER, Arch. mikr. Anat. lxiii, pp. 659-700, figg., pls. xxxi xxxii, continues his studies on t

Alonzo, G., 1904:
G. ALONZO, Atti Acc. Gioen. 4 xvi, 1903, No. 5, has made researches on the development of the limb

Peter, K., 1904:
K. PETER, Normentafel zur Entwickel. der Zauneidech. Jena, 4to, describes and figures the developm

Versluys, J.; Jun., 1904:
J. VERSLUYS, Jun., Anat. Anz. xxiv, pp. 641-644, writes on the muscles of mastication in the Lacerti

Beddard, F.E., 1904:
F. E. BEDDARD, P. Z. S. 1904, ii, pp. 154-157, figg., and Nature lxx, p. 6, describes vestiges of a

Beddard, F.E., 1904:
F. E. BEDDARD, P. Z. S. 1904, i, pp. 436-450, figg., 465-470, figg., and ii, pp. 6-22, has contribut

Sterzi, A.I., 1904:
A. I. STERZI, Atti Soc. Toscano xx, pp. 243-275, pls. ix x, has investigated the histology of the

Osborn, H.F., 1904:
H. F. Osborn, Amer. Natural. xxxviii, pp. 93-115, figg., gives a condensed account of his classifica

Marikovsky, G., 1904:
G. MARIKOVSKY, Termes. Kozl. Magyar Tars. 1904, pp. 524-534, gives a summary of our knowledge of Rep

Cameron, J., 1904:
J. CAMERON, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. 2 xviii, pp. 281-283, remarks on the superior commissure

Furst, C.M., 1904:
C. M. FURST, Act. Univ. Lund. xxxix, 1903, ii, No. 1, has investigatedthe musculus popliteus and its

Jaekel, O., 1904:
O. Jaekel, Zeitschr. Deutsch. geol. Ges. lvi, Protok., pp. 109-119, figg., remarks on the compositio

CEPeDE.C., 1904:
Alps of Dauphine. C. CEPeDE, Les Serpents des Alpes, Grenoble, 1903, 8vo., 39 pp., figg.

Boveri, T., 1904:
T. BOVERI, Zool. Jahrb. Suppl. vii, pp. 409-428, figg., writes on the organs of light-perception in

Zarnik, B., 1904:
B. ZARNIK, Zool. Jahrb. Anat. xxi, pp. 253-338, figg., pls. xvii-xxi, has a paper on the sexual orga

Lonnberg, E., 1904:
E. LONNBERG Bronn' Klassen Ordnungen vi, i, pp. 209-240, pls. x-xii, continues his account of the Le

Dean, B., 1904:
B. DEAN, Science xix 1904 p. 425 comments on the recent contributions to the knowledge of Paloeospon

D'evant, T., 1904:
T. D'EVANT, Anat. Anz. xxiv, pp. 490-492, remarks on rudiments of the amnion in Pristiurus and Scyll

Drzevina, Anna., 1904:
ANNA DRZEVINA, C. R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 637-639, has a preliminary note on the lymphoid organ of th

Punnett, R.C., 1904:
C. R. PUNNETT, Biometrika iii, pp. 313-362, pl. i, has a paper on merism and sex in Spinax niger, as

Helbing, H., 1904:
H. HELBING, Acta. Ac. German. lxxxii, pp. 335-524, figg., pls. viii ix, deals with the structure a

Jaekel, O., 1904:
O. JAECKEL, Zeitschr. Deutsch. geol. Ges. lv, Verh., pp. 41-60, figg., discusses the structure and s

Goppert, E., 1904:
E. GOPPERT, Festschr. Haeckel.,pp. 115-132, figg., pl. vii, has investigated the larynx of Protopter

Anna Drzewina., 1904:
ANNA DRZEWINA, C.R. Soc. Biol. lvi, pp. 957-959, has a preliminary note on the granular cells of the

Eycleshymer, A.C., 1904:
A. C. EYCLESHYMER, Univ. Chicago Publ. x, 1903, 17 pp., pls. xvii xviii,has investigated the early

Antipa, G., 1904:
G. ANTIPA, Anz. Ak. Wiss. 1904, pp. 299-303, has a preliminary report on the Clupeines of the Wester

Reighard, J., 1904:
J. REIGHARD, Science 2 xix, pp. 211 212, has made observations on the breeding habits of America

Ricci, O., 1904:
O. RICCI, Atti Soc. Modena 4 iv, pp. 11-35, remarks on the researches on the metamorphoses of the

Popta, C.M.L., 1904:
C. M. L. POPTA, Ann. Sci. nat. 8 xix, pp. 367-390, figg., has studied the differences in the branc

Carlton., 1904:
F. C. CARLTON, Science 2 xix, p. 245, has made experiments on the colour changes of Fundulus heter

Meek, A., 1904:
A. MEEK, Anat. Anz. xxv, pp. 217-219, figg., has notes on the auditory organ and the orbit of

Roule, L., 1904:
L. ROULE, Mem. Ac. Toulouse 10 iii, pp. 390-402 iv, pp. 113-122, remarks on pisciculture and the

Guccini, L., 1904:
L. GUCCINI Rend. Ist. Lombardo 2 XXXVII, PP. 194-201, remarks on the food of Tessin Fishes, as rev

Ehrenbaum, E., 1904:
E. EHRENBAUM, Wiss. Meeresuntersuch. vi, Helgoland, pp. 127-200, fig., pls iii-xvi, continues his de

Guido Schneider., 1904:
GUIDO SCHNEIDER, KB. Ver. Riga xlvi, 1903, pp. 4-9, remarks on the primitive condition of the genita

Cameron, J., 1904:
J. CAMERON, J. Anat. Physiol. norm. path. 2 xviii, pp. 279 280, remarks on the superior commissu

Eigenmann, C.H., 1904:
C. H. EIGENMANN, Mark Anniv. Vol. pp. 167-204, pls. xii-xv, has further observations on the eye of A

Rennie, J., 1904:
J. RENNIE, Rep. Brit. Ass. 1903, p. 696, and Quart. J. Micr. Sci. xlviii, pp. 379-405, pls. xxvi-xxv

Anne Drzewine., 1904:
ANNE DRZEWINE, Kosmos polski. xxix, pp. 504-520, has a paper in Polish on the lymphoid tissue of the

Bykowski.; Bykowski, J., 1904:
L. BYKOWSKI J. NUSBAUM, Bull. Ac. Cracovie 1904, pp. 409-424, pl. xi, have investigated the swim-b

Deineka, D., 1904:
D. DEINEKA, Zeitschr. wiss. Zool. lxxviii, pp. 149-164, figg., pls. viii ix, deals with the struct

Fanny Moser., 1904:
FANNY MOSER, Arch. mikr. Anat. lxiii, pp. 532-574, pls. xxii-xxv, has studied the development of the

Wiedersheim, R., 1904:
R. WIEDERSHEIM, Zool. Jahrb., Suppl. vii, pp. 1-66, fig., pls. i-vi, writes on the presence of a lar

Supino, F., 1904:
F. SUPINO, Rend. Acc. Lincei xiii, ii, pp. 625-631, remarks on the skull of Teleosteans, in relation

Boulenger, G.A., 1904:
G. A. BOULENGER deals with the systematic part in the seventh volume of the Cambridge Natural Histor

Eastman, C.R., 1904:
C. R. EASTMAN, Science 2 xx, pp. 648 649, remarks on the earliest mention of fossil Fishes.

Sharp, B.; Fowler, H.W., 1904:
B. SHARP H. W. FOWLER, P. Ac. Philad. lvi, pp. 504-512.

Gill, T., 1904:
Massachusetts. T. GILL, Science 2 xx, pp. 321-338, reviews the history of the ichthyology of Massa

Gilchrist, J.D.F., 1904:
J. D. F. GILCHRIST, Mar. invest. S. Africa iii, pp. 131-152, pls. v-xi, continues his descriptions o

Guido Schneider., 1904:
Russia. GUIDO SCHNEIDER, KB. Ver. Riga xlvii, pp. 65 66, has a supplement to his account of the Fi

Rosetta Segre., 1904:
On a collection of Fishes from the Cadore district: ROSETTA SEGRE, Boll. Mus. Torino xix, No. 472.

L.Bianco, S., 1904:
Italy. S. LO BIANCO'S paper on pelagic and deep-sea Fishes from near Capri Zool. Rec. 1901, Pisc. p

Werner., 1904:
F. WERNER, Zool. Jahrb. Syst. xxi, pp. 263-302, figg., gives a list of the non-Teleostean Fishes in

Parker, G.H., 1904:
G. H. PARKER, Amer. Natural. xxxviii, pp. 496 497, remarks on the function of the lateral line org

Braus, H., 1904:
H. BRAUS, Festschr. Haeckel, pp. 337-435, figg., pls. xiii xiv, has a contribution to the study of

Regan, C.T., 1904:
C. T. REGAN, Ann. Nat. Hist. 7 xiii, pp. 329-349, figg., pl. vii, writes on the phylogeny of the T

Ameghino., 1904:
The following new names for extinct Argentine Mammals are stated to have been proposed by AMEGHINO i

D.Meijere., 1904:
DE MEIJERE discusses and describes the larvae and larval habits of several European members of the f

Coquillett., 1904:
COQUILLETT, brief notes on nomenclature of some genera, P. ent. Soc. Washington vi, pp. 51, 52.

Corti., 1904:
CORTI gives the characters of certain unnamed species of Portuguese Asilidae Rend. 1st. Lombardo xxx

Anonymous., 1904:
SNODGRASS describes figures and compares the male genitalia in a large number of N. American Tipulid

Dyar., 1904:
DYAR gives notes on the Phycitinae of the Hulst collection, for which reference must be made to P. e

Dyar., 1904:
DYAR gives notes synonymical etc., on the Hulst collection for which reference must be made to P. en

Stichel., 1904:
In this work numerous varieties are described, that it is not necessary to enumerate here. The forms

Moore., 1904:
MOORE completes the Indian Papilionidae in his work, Lep. ind. vi, pp. 105-124, pls. 513-517.

Lathy., 1904:
LATHY briefly describes 45 aberrations of exotic Rhopalocera and figures several of them, Tr. ent. S

Oudemans., 1904:
OUDEMANS has a note on the views of STANDFUSS and himself as to the position of the wings in repose,

Konow., 1904:
KONOW continues his synopsis of Chalastogastra, pp. 225-288, Cephini and Xyelini, as part of Zeitsoh

Kieffer., 1904:
KIEFFER completes the Vol. on Cynipides etc., AndrE's Hym. Eur. Alg. vii bis.

Strobl., 1904:
STROBL concludes his Catalogue of the Ichneumonidae of Styria, 1206 spp. of which 165 are new, Mt. V

Morice., 1904:
MORICE figures and describes the male genitalia of thirty-five species of Colletes, and tabulates th

Cockerell., 1904:
COCKERELL gives various notes on bees described by Smith, Canad. Ent. xxxvi, pp. 301-304.

Weise., 1904:
WEISE, Deutsche ent. Zeitschr. 1904, pp. 357-364, makes a series of synonymical observations, too nu

Pic., 1904:
In Echange xx PIC advertises Part V of his Materiaux pour servir a l'etude des Longicornes, I have n

Csiki., 1904:
CSIKI continues his papers on the Cerambycidae of Hungary, Rov. Lapok xi, pp. 35 etc.

Lameere., 1904:
LAMEERE continues his revision of Prionides, Ann. Soc. ent. Belgique 1904, 9th part, Callipogonines;

Petri., 1904:
PETRI criticises Desbrochers' work, treats his genn. n. as subgonera, and tabulates the Palaearctic

Abeille., 1904:
LESNE gives addenda and corrigenda to his Palearctic Bostrychidae, with 2 n. spp. ABEILLE, pp. 153-1

Reitter., 1904:
REITTER figures Bosnian and Herzegowinian Cave Silphidae, pl. 1, p. 146, Wien. ent. Zeit. xxiii.

Raffray., 1904:
RAFFRAY gives a catalogue and genera of the family, as well as a large number of new species; of the

Shipley., 1904:
SHIPLEY's list of Orders and names reproduced, Entomologist 1904, pp. 138, 139, and Psyche xi, p. 28

Sellards., 1904:
Sellards in Amer. J. Sci. xv, and xviii, discusses Palaeozoic Blattidae and describes the following

Anonymous., 1904:
Palaeocolpodia ?n. g., eocenica n. sp., p.29. Colpodia xylophaga p. 30, curvinervis, p. 31, brevic

Anonymous., 1904:
Hymenoptera. MORICE continues his notes of the characters of British Tenthredinidae Ent. Mag. xl, pp

Anonymous., 1904:
Proceedings of the sixteenth annual meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists, Bull. U. S

Vitale., 1904:
VITALE continues his account of protective resemblance in Curculionidae, Riv. ital. Sci. Nat. xxiv,

Grobben., 1904:
Malacostraca divided into Legions Leptostraca, Thoracostraca, Stomatopoda, Anomostraca, nov. for An

Simon, E., 1904:
External morphology of Pedipalpi, pp. 6-22, internal morphology, pp. 24-139, systematic and phylogen

Borner, C., 1904:
General Classification of Arachnida: Subclass i. Ctenophora Pocock. Ordo. Scorpiones. Subclass ii. L

Lankester, E.; Ray., 1904:
General Classification of Arachnida inclus. Trilobites, Limulus et Pantopoda: Grade A. Anomomerist

Vogt., 1864:
Vogt Vorlesungen uber nutzliche und schadliche, c, Thiere, pp. 95-106 refers to some injurious an

Gysser, A., 1865:
Hr. A. GYSSER Mal. Blatt. 1865, Literatur-blatt, p. 38 also discusses this question. He lives at t

Morch., 1865:
Dr. MORCH Ueber Pinna fluviatilis Sander, Malak. Blatt. xii. pp. 110-117 defends his opinion al

Rossmassler., 1865:
Prof. E. A. ROSSMASSLER, in his popular journal 'Aus der Heimath,' pp. 71-78 and 347-850, alludes to

Reeve, L., 1865:
See Zool. Record, i. p. 189. This work has been unfortunately interrupted by the death of the author

Von Martens., 1867:
VON MARTENS Preuss. Exped. nach Ost-Asien, Zool. p. 12 notices the forms of Myriopods observed by

Tryon, G.W. jun.; Lea, F.; Parker, C.F., 1867:
Another conchological journal, in the Italian language, has been announced in 1867, and was started

Cope, Edward D., 1869:
Records various new species found in Virginia; and characterizes a new family, Andrognathidoe, and t

Harold., 1869:
Harold, in Coleopt. Hefte, v. pp. 105-119, gives a list of corrections and additions to vols. i.-v.

Borre, A.; Preudhomme De., 1870:
Communicates a note on the contested point how spiders project their lines in various directions wit

Sabanjeff., 1872:
SABANJEFF gives a list of sixty-seven Mammals found in the Ural, with notes in Russian. Bull. Mosc.

Lucae, J.C.G., 1872:
J. C. G. LUCAE in his essay on the Seals and Otters infra p. 10, considers the proportions and esp

Heuglin, M.T.; Von., 1872:
M. T. VON HEUGLIN mentions Ursus marinus, Canis lupus, C. vulpes, C. lagopus, Myodes torquatus, M. o

Allen, H., 1872:
H. ALLEN finds a radiated arrangement in the shoulder and pelvic girdles of all Vertebrates. P. Ac.

Packard, A.S.; Jun., 1872:
A. S. PACKARD, Jun., records a species of Araneidea and two of Phalangidea from the Mammoth Cave, Ke

Stein, J.P.E.F., 1873:
Altvater mountains: J. P. E. F. Stein S. E. Z. xxxiv. pp. 233-243, gives notes of an excursion, chie

Leche, W., 1873:
W. LECHE states that between 1866 and 1870 rewards were paid in Sweden for the destruction of 494 Be

Ferrier, D., 1873:
D. FERRIER has published W. Riding Lunatic Asylum Medical Reports iii., and J. Anat. Phys. viii. pp

Eecolani, G.B., 1873:
ERCOLANI G. B. His memoir on the structure of the placenta cf. Zool. Rec. ix. p. 2 is published at

Cresson, E.T., 1873:
Observations on Tenthredinidae, and new genera and species of Ichneumonidae, with valuable comparati

Osten-sacken., 1873:
Additions to vol. iv. of the above-mentioned monographs of North American Diptera, referring to the

Moseley, H.N., 1873:
H. N. MOSELEY: On Actinochrome, a colouring matter of Actinias, which gives an absorption spectrum,

Verrill., 1873:
VERRILL opposes Duncan's criticisms upon it; Nature, vii. pp. 423-424; Am. J. Sci. 3 vi. pp. 68-74

Humbert, A., 1874:
A. HUMBERT has reported on several papers on Infusoria, by Hackel, Butschli, Everts, and others, Arc

Dallinger, W.H.; Drysdale, J., 1874:
Short records of W. H. DALLINGER J. DRYSDALE's continued researches into the life-history of Monad

Simon, E., 1875:
Describes 10 spp. nn. of various families of Araneidea from different parts of France.

Alenitzin, Wladimir., 1875:
Luminous Diptera near Lake Aral; Wladimir Alenitzin, Tageblatt of the 48th meeting of German Natural

Stearns, R.E.C., 1875:
R. E. C. STEARNS P. Cal. Ac. v. p. 283 made further remarks suggested by Dr. J. E. Gray's paper o

Lindahl., 1875:
An abstract of LINDAHL'S paper on Umbellula Zool. Rec. xi. p. 518 is given in J. Zool. iv. pp. 440-4

Heuglin, T.; Von., 1875:
With these parts, the author brings this work, on which he has been engaged for some years, to a con

Simon, Eugene., 1875:
Describes some Algerian spiders of new and known species, pp. lxii. lxiii., 11 species of French a

Lucas, H., 1875:
Gives a list of Arachnids all known species from the neighbourhood of Chambourcy, Paris. Araneidea

Girard, Maurice., 1876:
Pp. 260-565 are occupied by Neuroptera; as are also pls. lxiv.-lxviii. The latter lviii. did not a

Molon, F., 1876:
F. MOLON describes remains of fossil Mammalia from the cavern of Zoppega, Venetia. Atti Ist. Venet.

Leith Adams, A., 1876:
A. LEITH ADAMS reports on Mammalian remains from the Shandon Cave. Tr. R. Irish Ac. xxvi. pp. 209-22

Peters, T.M., 1876:
A large spider observed to drop 10 or 15 feet from a tree on to a minnow swimming on the surface of

Leidy., 1877:
Apparent discriminative power in the selection of food by a Heliozoon; id. tom. cit. p. 291.

Leidy., 1877:
On the feeding of Dinamaeba; id tom. cit. p. 288.

Leidy., 1877:
Leidy, P. Ac. Philad. 1877, p. 321, notices the observation of Difflugia cassis and globularis, Trin

Hutton, F.W., 1877:
F. W. HUTTON, Ann. N. H. 4 xx. pp. 114-117, describes the following spp. nn. from New Zealand:-- H

Pfeiffer, L., 1877:
N. pseudepistomium for Clausilia epistomium var., Pfeiffer, Novitat. Conch. pl. xxii. figs. 1-3.

Bertkau, P., 1877:
P. Bertkau SB. niederrhein. Ges., 1877 pp. 28-30, makes some remarks on the generative organs aud sp

Schmidtlein, R., 1878:
R. SCHMIDTLEIN gives MT. zool. Stat. Neap. i. pp. 127-129 a list of the Vermes observed at Naples

Geddes., 1878:
GEDDES has investigated the function of the chlorophyll granules found in the Planaria. C. R. lxxxvi

Moss, E.L., 1878:
E. L. Moss has a has preliminary notice of the surface fauna of the Arctic Seas in J. L. S. xiv. p.

Kent, W.S., 1878:
W. S. Kent Ann. N. H. 5 ip. 1 classifies Protozoa as I. Holostomata Rhizopoda, c. II. Polystoma

Giard, A., 1878:
Oustalet's Recherches sur les insectes fossiles des terrains tertiaires de la France, criticised b

Assmann, A., 1878:
A. Assmann corrects some determinations of insects from the lithographic stone strata in Bavaria des

Simroth, H., 1878:
H. SIMROTH, Z. ges. Naturw. 3 iii. pp. 826-881, reviews Schindler's paper, comparing his own descr

Koppen, F.T., 1879:
F. T. Koppen, in Beitr. Russ. Reiches 2 i. pp. 87-111 1879 , enters exhaustively into the subject

Landois., 1879:
Rolleston 28 insists on a careful study of the geographical distribution of the flukes and mollusc

Maupas, E., 1879:
Systematic position of the Volvocineoe and limits of the animal and vegetable kingdoms: E. Maupas, C

Winther, G., 1879:
30. G. WINTHER, Nat. Tidsk. xii. p. 303, deals with the internode in Sertularia gracilis = S. pumila

Lataste, F., 1879:
F. LATASTE, Actes Soc. L. Bord. 4 iii. p. 339, gives the following sketch of a partial classificat

Guillebeau., 1880:
Dewoletzky 3 directs attention to the so-called lateral organ, and suggests that the proper sensor

Hertwig, R., 1880:
Lang's 16 observations were chiefly made on Tristomum molae; he finds that, histologically, at any

Giard., 1880:
See Giard, Bull. Sci. Nord, 2 ii. pp. 251 252. SOMMER 30 gives a valuable and elaborate accoun

Kowalevsky., 1880:
Kowalevsky Zool. Anz. iii. p. 140 regards Caeloplana metschnikowi Red Sea as intermediate betwee

Not given., 1880:
See Journal de Micrographie, 1880, pp. 92-97: Rev. Int. Sci. 1880, pp. 135-152.

Seguenza., 1880:
SEGUENZA has lists of the tertiary Vermes of Calabria in Atti Acc. Rom. 3 vi. Mem. Sci. fis. pp. 4

Alston., 1880:
Three more parts of this catalogue have been issued, containing the Insectivora, and the Glirea as f

Simons, F.A.A., 1880:
Three later consignments cf. Zool. Rec. xvi. Aves, p. 27 from Mr. F. A. A. Simons are here noticed,

Simon, Eugene., 1880:
Also l. c. pp. xlvii. xlviii. lists of Arachnids found in the immediate environs of Alexandria,

Simon, Eugene., 1880:
EUGENE SIMON, Bull. Soc. Ent. Fr. 5 x. p. xxxvi., gives a list of 16 Arachnids 12 Araneidea, 1 Sc

Becker, Leon., 1880:
And, under heading of Communications Arachnologiques l. c. pp. clxxxviii. clxxxix., records 12

Becker, Leon., 1880:
LEON BECKER CR. Ent. Belg. xxiii. pp. xii.-iiv. gives a list of 58 known species of Araneidea, dis

Stecker, Anton., 1880:
ANTON STECKER MT. african. Ges. ii. pp. 78-80 refers to some Arachnids observed at Sokna Tripoli

Noll., 1881:
Annelids in captivity; observations by NOLL, in Zool. Gart. xxii. pp. 71-76.

Leslie.; Herdman., 1881:
On the Vermes of the Firth of Forth, see LESLIE HERDMAN, P. Phys. Soc. Edinb. vi. pp. 272-277.

Leydig., 1881:
On the Vermes of Rhenish Prussia, see LEYDIG, Verh. Ver. Rheinl. xxxviii. pp. 144-150.

Blanford, W.T., 1881:
In the Zoologia Danica, edited by SchiOdte Copenhagen: 1881, fo., H. KRABBE gives an account of

Certes, A., 1881:
A. CERTES gives accounts of processes for staining, preparing and presenting microscopic organisms,

Scudder, S.H., 1881:
S. H. Scudder's memoir on the Devonian Insects of New Brunswick, reviewed and abstracted in Arch. sc

Scudder, S.H., 1881:
Preliminary notes on the fossil Neuroptera of the tertiary lake-basin at Florissant, Colorado, are g

Hagen., 1881:
He also states Nature, xxiv. pp. 356 357 that the oldest known Insects cannot be assigned with c

Hagen., 1881:
Hagen, however, argues Bull. Mus. C. Z. viii. pp. 275-282 that Scudder's determinations and conclu

Gerstacker, A., 1881:
A. GERSTACKER, in the continuation of BRONN's Klassen und Ordnungen des Thierreichs, v. Arthropod

Kingsley, J., 1881:
Record of American Carcinology by J. KINGSLEY in Am. Nat. xv. pp. 532-536.

Mayer, P., 1881:
The literature of the Crustacea for 1880 is recorded by P. MAYER in Zool. JB. Neap. ii. pt. 2, pp. 5

Blanford, W.T., 1881:
W. T. Blanford, J. A. S. B. 1. Pt. ii. pp. 265 266, gives an estimate of the species of birds foun

Goes., 1882:
Review of monographs by Goes, Sv. Ak. Handl. xix. No. 4, 1882, pp. 1-151, pls. i.-xii. not previousl

Neal., 1882:
Mutilla sp. and a small yellow ant destroying larvae of Papilio cres-phontes, Cram.; Neal, Bull. Dep

Kirby., 1882:
Kirby's list of the Hymenoptera of New Zealand reprinted, with descriptions added of all species not

Taylor., 1882:
Notes on 81 species of do. collected near Victoria, Vancouver Island, in 1882; Taylor, Canad. Eut. x

Packard., 1882:
Note on do. of Labrador; Packard, Ent. xviii. p. 1267.

Schmiedeknecht., 1882:
Excursion to the Balearic Islands, with notes on Hymenoptera observed; Schmiedeknecht, Z.E. Ver. sch

Mocsary., 1882:
Notes on the Hymenoptera of Siebenburgen; Mocsary, Term. fuzetek, viii. pp. 185,186, 218-226. .Ant

Wilson., 1882:
Captures of Tenthredinidae and Ichneumonidae near York in 1882 and 1883; Wilson, Naturalist 2 x. p

Harwood., 1882:
List of Aculeate Hymenoptera of the neighbourhood of Colchester; Harwood, Ent. M. M. xx. pp. 211-213

Torre, Dalla., 1882:
Contributions to the Bibliography of Hymenoptera; Dalla Torre, Naturhistoriker, vi. pp. 48-50 421-

Palumbo, Mina., 1882:
List of 26 Hymenopterous parasites on Lithocolletis endriella, Mann.; Mina Palumbo, Nat. Sicil. vii.

Keyes, Harriet H., 1882:
145 parasites obtained from a pupa of Vanessa antiopa, and 1257 from an unknown larva; Harriet H. Ke

Saunders., 1882:
Captures of rare British Hymenoptera at Deal in July and August, 1882; Saunders, op. cit. xix. pp.

Noll, F.C., 1882:
Use of subchloride of potassium, called Eau de Javelle, recommended for preparation of the skeleton

Dufour, J., 1882:
Ueber den Badeschwamm Graz: 1882, 8vo, 6 pp., a lecture delivered before the Society for Natural

Chicote., 1882:
List of Hemiptera collected by Kruper in Greece; Chicote, Ann. Ent. Belg. pp. 87-90.

Puton., 1882:
Localities for various French Hemiptera; Puton, Rev. d'Ent. i. p. 239.

Butler, E.A., 1882:
Butler E. A. Ent. M. M. xix. pp. 87, 88, 115, 140

Cooke, B., 1882:
Contributions to a list of the Hemiptera and Homoptera of Lancashire and Cheshire the north of Lanc

Norman., 1882:
Additions to Perthshire Hemiptera; Norman, Ent. M. M. p. 276.

Lethierry., 1882:
Notes on the Hemiptera contained in Wesmael's collection; Lethierry, CR. Ent. Belg. xxvi pp. cxxxvii

Brandt., 1882:
Notes on the nervous system of the Hemiptera In Russian; Brandt, Troudy Ent. Ross. xii pp. viii.

Muller, F., 1882:
F. MULLER publishes two supplements to his Catalogue of the herpetological collection of the Bale Mu

King, J.J., 1882:
Popular notes On the Linnaean Order Neuroptera are given by J. J. King in Ent. xv. pp. 25-30.

Costa, Achille., 1882:
A list of 16 species taken in the island of Sardinia in September, 1881, by Achille Costa, is given

Maurissen, A.H., 1882:
A list of species in all families taken in Limburg, is given by A. H. Maurissen in Tijdschr. Ent. xx

Eaton, A.E.; Rev., 1882:
In consequence of having to examine a collection made by the Rev. A. E. Eaton in these islands at th

Henrich., 1882:
List of Hymenoptera Aculeata captured at Hermannstadt in 1881; Henrich, Verh. siebenb. Ver. xxxii. p

Magretti., 1882:
List of Hymenoptera collected in Sicily; Magretti, Nat. Sicil. i. pp. 158-162.

Rothney., 1882:
Captures of rare British Hymenoptera: Rothney, Ent. M. M. xviii. p. 262

Bridgman., 1882:
Additions and corrections to the list of Hymenoptera of Norfolk Chrysididae and Aculeata; Bridgman

Gradl., 1882:
Gradl publishes a catalogue of European Tenthredinidae and Siricidae, compiled from Andre's work; En

Froment., 1882:
Note on Coleopterous larvae and their Hymenopterous parasites; Froment, CR. Ent. Belg. xxvi. pp. cv.

Romanes., 1882:
Lubbock's Ants, Bees, and Wasps reviewed; Romanes, Nature, xxvi. pp. 121-123, who questions the accu

Gerstacker, A., 1882:
A. GERSTACKER, in Bronn's Klassen und Ordmingen des Thierreichs, v., Arthropoda, ii., continues hi

Angus, J., 1882:
ANGUS, J. in Am. Nat. xvi. p. 1010, states that if he puts a white variety of the little flower Spi

Waller., 1883:
WALLER, 31 Hymeniacidon forceps, sp. n., fromTorbay England.

Vejdovsky, F., 1883:
The structure of the statoblasts of various fresh-water Sponges is described by .VEJDOVSKY 28 cons

Martens, E.V., 1883:
E. v. MARTENS has published a brief popular treatise on the Mollusca and their shells title, vide s

Not given., 1883:
Handleiding voor het verzamelen, bewaren en verzenden van uitlandsche Insecten. Tijdschr. Ent. xxvi

Blanchard., 1883:
The writer confirms the observations of Blanchard Ann. Sci. Nat. 3, v. 1846 p. 291. The structures

Clarkson., 1883:
Clarkson, describes the cocoons of Ophion macrurum, Linn., Trogus exesorius, Brulle, Bracon flavator

Gerstacker, A., 1883:
The geographical and palaeontological distribution of the Isopoda are treated upon by GERSTaCKER in

Kieffer, J.J., 1884:
A list of species found in the vicinity of Bitche is given by J. J. Kieffer, Bull. Soc. Metz, xvi.

Collett., 1884:
List of Hemiptera taken near Hastings; Collett Ent. M. M. xx p. 190

Goethe., 1884:
Various Hemiptera-Heteroptera which prey upon Coccidae noticed and figured; GOETHE JB. nass. Ver. xx

Puton., 1884:
Short notes on the localities and synonymy of various Hemiptera; Puton, Rev. d'Ent. iii. pp.147-149.

Hyatt, A., 1884:
119. A. HYATT, in a paper read before the American Association for Advanc. Sci. Science, iv. p. 340

Kellicott, D.S., 1884:
Giving the chief results of his study during the previous year of American Infusoria, enumerating th

Rathbun, R., 1884:
For Parasitic Copepoda found on Fish from the American waters, see R. Rathbun, P. U. S. Nat. Mus. vi

Zschokke, F., 1884:
F. ZSCHOKKE has a paper on the parasite of fresh-water Fishes ; Arch. Biol. v. pp. 153-235, pls. ix.

Costa., 1884:
Costa, Atti Acc. Nap. 2 i., gives a list of species met with in the Island of Sardinia.

Macleay, W., 1884:
W. Macleay, P. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. ix. p. 710, gives a list of 1 species of Mantidae, 2 both new o

Godwin-austen, H.H., 1884:
British India. H. H. GODWIN-AUSTEN figures, in the 5th part of his Land and Fresh-water Moll, of Ind

Billups., 1884:
Captures of do. at Chobham, and of Ichneumonidae at various localities; Billups, P. E. Soc. 1884, pp

Fitch., 1884:
List of Hymenoptera parasitic on Lepidoptera; Fitch, Ent. xvii, pp. 67-69.

Goethe., 1884:
Various Hymenopterous parasites on Coccidae noticed and figured; Goethe, JB. nass. Ver. xxxvii. pp.

Clarkson., 1884:
Hymenopterous parasites are probably guided to their prey by sight rather than by smell, and appear

Sheppard., 1884:
Bees and wasps destroying apricots, c.; Sheppard, Gard. Ohron. 2 xxii. p. 248.

Forel., 1884:
Supposed organs of hearing or glands ? in Hymenoptera; Forel, MT. schw. ent. Ges. viii. p. 4.

Beyer, H.G., 1884:
H. G. BEYER treats of some points in the microscopical structure of Lingula; Am. Micr. J. v. pp. 187

Schulgin, M.A., 1884:
M. A. SCHULGIN gives an anatomical description of Argiope, and comes to the following conclusions:-

Kappler, A., 1885:
A semi-popular article by A. KAPPLER, Ausland, 1885, pp. 798-800, 815-818, 838-840, 857-859, on an

Kappler, A., 1885:
A. KAPPLER has some semi-popular notes on the Fishes of Dutch Guiana. Ausland, 1885, pp. 879, 880, 8

Not given., 1885:
P. Am. Ass. xxiii. pp. 543-545.

Butler, A.W., 1885:
A. W. BUTLER has notes on the hibernation of Tortoises and Batrachians. Am. Nat. xix. pp. 37-40

Carpenter., 1885:
Carpenter cf. Zool Rec. xx. Prot. 'Challenger'

Cuni y Martorell., 1885:
A list of species, in all families, taken in the province of Gerona Catalonia, is given by Cuni y

Carlini., 1885:
A list of 9 species from Pisola de S. Pietro is given by Carlini in Bull. Ent. Ital. xvi. p. 195.

Bormans, A.; De., 1885:
A. de Bormans notes that the Orthoptera collected by De Selys Fanson cf. Ann. Ent. Belg. xxv p. 20

Bourgeois, J., 1885:
Pp. 61-100 of this work have been published in connection with Rev. d'Ent. iv., and comprise Lycini

Varigny, H.; De., 1886:
H. DE VIRGINY, Rev. Sci. 3 xii, pp. 806-809.

Korschelt, E., 1886:
E. KORSCHELT, Kosmas, xix, pp. 176-185

Wiedersheim., 1886:
Remarks on the parietal eye by R. WIEDERSHEIM Anat. Anz i pp. 148 149.

Burbach, O., 1886:
Opthalmidium orbi culare, Opthalmidium ovale; Spiroloculina simplex, Spiroloculina latiseptata.

Jordan, D.S., 1886:
D. S. JORDAN has notes on typical specimens of Fishes described by Cuvier and Valenciennes; P. U. S.

Pavesi, P., 1886:
P. PAVESI has some piscicultural notes in a letter addressed to B. Benecke. Atti Soc. Ital. xxviii,

Vaillant, L., 1886:
L. VAILLANT has general remarks on deep-sea Fishes, particularly Physostomi. C.R. ciii. pp. 1237-123

Hilgendorf, F., 1886:
F. HILGENDORF remarks on the so-called compound teeth of Fishes, which term the author considers n

Seton, E.T., 1886:
Contains a description of a new variety of Buffalo, the Wood Buffalo.

Not given., 1886:
Lists of the species obtained.

Lindstrom, G., 1886:
Over 30 new species and 1 new genus; the new forms only are men-tioned in the Systematic Record. Tab

Fischer, J.V., 1887:
On the food to be provided for Reptiles and Batrachians in confinement; J. V. FISCHER, Zool. Gart. x

Baur, G., 1887:
G. BAUR corrects some errors in his previous paper on the homologies of certain cranial bones in Rep

Lindner, O., 1887:
New peritrichous Vorticella-like Infusorian with parasitic habit.

Ritsema, C., 1887:
This volume is now completed; the descriptions and lists of which it consists have been published pr

Webster., 1887:
Report on Buffalo-gnats, by WEBSTER, pp. 29-39, and two articles without entomological interest.

Ashmead, W.H., 1887:
No. 14 contains report on Insects injurious to garden crops in Florida, by W. H. ASHMEAD, pp. 9-29,

Uhler., 1887:
A new Lygus is described by UHLER, p. 63.

Mclain., 1887 :
Apicultural experiments, by MCLAIN, pp. 66-75

Murtfeldt., 1887:
Notes from Missouri for the season of 1886, by MURTFELDT, pp. 59-65.

Webster., 1887:
A record of some experiments relating to the effect of the puncture of some Hemipterous Insects upon

Bedel, L., 1887:
Pp. 313-444 have been published, completing this volume devoted to the Rhyncophora.

Seebohm, H., 1887:
See Vanellus Charadriidae and the family, Scolopacidae Hirundinidae Saxicola Sylviidae Struthio

North, A.J., 1887:
Strix lulu, Macropteryx mystacea Merops ornatus, Halcyon sacra, Lalage terat, Pachycephala icteroide

North, A.J., 1887:
Artemus melanops, Strepera intermedia, S. melanoptera Rhipidura diemenensis, Malurus cyanochlamys, A

Anon., 1887:
Berichtigungen zum ix. Jahresbericht. T. c. p. 616.

Salvadori, T., 1888:
T. SALVADORI, Boll. Mus. Zool. Anat. Comp. Torino, iii, No. 48, gives the dates of publication of th

Jordan, D.S., 1888:
D. S. JORDAN, P. U. S. Nat. Mus. x, pp. 480 481, remarks on certain generic names proposed by Rafi

Knauthe, K., 1888:
K. KNAUTHE, Zool. Gart. xxix, pp. 71-73 142-148, remarks on the endurance of Fish in pools the wat

Anon., 1888:
MARTINI CHEMNITZ'S Systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet edited by W.KOBELT has completed its 367th fa

Cope, E.D., 1888:
This memoir is reviewed by E. D. COPE, in the Am. Nat. xxii, pp. 660-663, wherein the following arra

Schaff, E., 1888:
SCHAFF, E., in Zool. Gart. xxix, pp. 59 60 criticises T. Noack's observations on Galictis vittata

Noack, T., 1888:
Replies to the criticisms of E. Schaff. See p. 19.

Newton, A., 1888:
NEWTON, A. Encycl. Brit. ed. 9. Vol. xxiii: Artt. Tanager Tanagridoe , Tapaculo Pteroptechidoe, fig.

Mansel-pleydell, J.C., 1888:
J. C. MANSEL-PLEYDELL, Zool. 1888, p. 143.

Lampert., 1889:
Contains reprint of LAMPERT 62 Zool. Rec. 1889 and of plates from STUDER's previous writings on th

Ludwig., 1889:
And LUDWIG in Zool. Anz. xii 1889, pp. 454-457. See Zool. Rec. xxvi.

Semon., 1889:
Abstract of papers by SEMON in Jen. Z. Nat. xxiii 1889, pp. 585-594, 1 pl.

Whiteaves, G.P., 1889:
Vermes from Hamilton formation of Ontario, p. 122. Vermes from Cretaceous of Manitoba, 1 new species

Girard, C., 1889:
C. GIRARD remarks on the subterranean Fishes of the Andes. C.R. Congres intern. Zool. Paris: 1889, p

Woodward, A.S., 1889:
A. S. WOODWARD, Geol. Mag. 3 vi, pp. 126-130, 177-181, 227-232, reviews the Ichthyological porti

Bourgeat., 1889:
Stratigraphical notice by Bourgeat, pp. 7-34. Cephalopoda and Gasteropoda, pp. 35-224. Lamellibranch

Marseul, S.; De., 1889:
The contents are:- Catalogue of Coleoptera of ancient world, pp. 481-560 completion; Monographie d

Picaglia, L., 1889:
During the above years H.R.H. Prince Thomas, Duke of Genoa, made a journey to Japan and China, touch

Gurley., 1890:
Pp. 3-25 reprinted from the Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Nat. Hist. xiii 1890 The whole, pub

Girod, Paul., 1890:
Euspongilla lacustris, Vejdovsky, abundant in Lake Pavin p. 25: described by PAUL GIROD, Travaux d

Werner, F., 1890:
F. WERNER, Zool. Gart. xxxi, pp. 335-341, has notes on North African Reptiles and Batrachians in cap

Janosik, J., 1890:
If all were developed that is implicit in the incipient reproductive organs in Mammals, the result w

Hertwig., 1890:
Confirming Greeff's observation that the ova of starfishes Asterias glacialis and Astropecten may

Packard, A.S., 1890:
The evolution of bristles, spines, and tubercles seems to be associated with a change from low-feedi

Simroth., 1890:
Criticism and review by SIMROTH in Z. Naturw. lxiii, Heft 1 2, p. 224. Abstr. in Am. Nat. xxiv, No

Ludwig., 1890:
Vide infra Anatomy, c.; vide also LUDWIG 2. Abstr. in J. R. Micr. Soc. 1890, pt. 5, No. 78, p. 6

Playfair Mcmurrich., 1890:
Echinoderms, p. 458. Abstr. by

Carpenter, P.H.; Dr., 1890:
An abnormal Antedon rosacea, pp. 584-586, figs. 4a b; a description of it by Dr. P. H. CARPENTER,

Tschubi Z.S.hmidhofen, V.; Ritter Von., 1890:
Tetraoradae, Sturnidae, Fringillidae.

Whympera'., 1891:
Gives the descriptions missing from the Appendix of Whymper's Journey in the Andes. Cf. Zool. Rec. 1

Brandes, G., 1891:
Strongylus otolicni, n.sp., from intestine of Otolicnus peli. See critical summary by G. BRANDES, i

Howes, G.B., 1891:
G. B. HOWES, Nature xliii, p. 269, remarks on the morphology of the sternum iu the Ichthyopsida as c

Knauthe, K., 1891:
K. KNAUTHE, Zool. Gart. xxxii, pp. 17-23, publishes further biological notes on German Freshwater Fi

Koken, E., 1891:
KOKEN Z. geol. Ges. xliii p. 154 has considerations on the bearing of the study of Otoliths to the n

Paterson, A.M., 1891:
The author concludes that the Mammalian sympathetic system is meso-blastic, and formed in situ out o

Packard, A.S., 1891:
Contains notices of the Seal-fishing, the Walrus, Polar Bear, and other Mammals; and has also a comp

Graber., 1891:
Mentioned by GRABER in a note, Biol. Centralbl. xi, p. 212.

Driesch, H., 1891:
Variations of light have no perceptible effect on the segmentation or differentiation of ova of Echi

Groult, P., 1891:
And by P. GROULT in Le Nat. 2 v 1891, p. 173 Echinoderms, accompanied by figures of Asterias,

Manuel Cazurro, D., 1891:
Translation by D. MANUEL CAZURRO of the Memoir by Lo Bianco in MT. z. Stat. Neap. Vide Zool. Rec. 1

Gain, W.A., 1892:
W. A. GAIN, Brit. Nat. 1892, has a series of notes on the subject of varieties. He begins by depreca

Mik., 1892:
MIK, in Wien. ent. Z. xi, pp. 28-30, summarizes the views of this writer on galls.

Gerstaecker., 1893:
The Insecta consist of the papers on Termites, Odonata, Neuroptera, and Hemiptera, by GERSTAECKER, e

Belt., 1893:
Confirms Belt's views as to the use of leaves to the leaf-cutting Ants. Summary Biol. Centralbl. xii

Staudinger., 1893:
These pages complete the work. They are devoted to general considerations. Notice by STAUDINGER, Deu

Laurie, M., 1893:
The following new forms described:-Stylonurus ornatus, p. 152, pl. i, figg. 1-8, macrophthalmus, p.

Pieri, J.B., 1899:
A zymase 'spermase' extracted from spermatozoa, and a substance modified by it 'ovulose' extracted f

Delage, Y., 1902:
Gymnasteriasinae, defined with list of genera; loc. cit. .Linckinae, defined as Fam., with list of g

Greene, G.K., 1902:
Troostocrinus bipyramidalis et T. wortheni v. sub Tricoelocr.

Bull Jap., 1937:
Titles not given

Petitpierre, E., 1990:
Titles of leaf beetle papers presented at the First International Congress of Coleopterology, September 18-23, 1989, Barcelona