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U. S. COMMISSION OF FISH AND FISHERIES* 

JOHN J. BRICE, Commissioner. 



A CHECK-LIST ^^ Jf^h^^ 



OF THB 



FISHES AND FISH-LIKE VERTEBRATES 



OF 



NORTH AND MIDDLE AMERICA. 



BT 



DAVID STARR JORDAN, Ph. D., 

PreHdent of Leland Stanford Jr.'^Vnireritity and of ike CaHfornla 

Academy of Sciencei, 



AND 



BARTON WARREN EVERMANN, Ph. D., 
lohthyologUt cf the United Statei Fi$h CommUaUm. 



Extracted from Beport of Oommlnioner for 1805. Appendix 6, Ptgee 207 to 684. 
Aotuil Date of Pnblicatioiii Deoember 28, 1896. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOTEBNMKNT PRINTING OFFICB. 

1896. 



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5.-A CHECK-LIST OF THE FISHES AND FISH-LIKE VERTEBRATES 

OF NORTH AND MIDDLE AMERICA. 



BY 



David Starr Jordan, Ph. D., 
President of Leland Stanford Jr. University and of the California Academy of Sciences, 



and 



Barton Warren Evermann, Ph. D., 
Ichthyologist of the United States Itsh Commission, 



PREFACE. 



The present paper is a list of all the species of fishes and fish-like 
vertebrates thus far recorded as occurring in American waters north 
of the Isthmus of Panama. For the sake of greater completeness the 
marine fishes of Guiana, Ecuador, and the Galapagos Islands are 
included, as all of these are sure, sooner or later, to be found within 
our limits. In like manner the few species known from Kamchatka are 
included as part of the fauna of the Alaskan Sea. 

The sequence and nomenclature is that of Jordan & Evermann, 
"Fishes of North and Middle America," a descriptive catalogue form- 
ing Bulletin 47 of the United States National Museum. Of this work. 
Volume I, Branchiostomatidce to Princanthidce^ is now printed, but not 
published; Volume II is still in manuscript. It is expected that both 
will be published within the present year. The differences between 
the nomenclature given in this checklist and that of the work in ques- 
tion arise from the incorporation of new material into the one work 
after the printing of the other. 

In both these memoirs, the rules of nomenclature as laid down by 
the American Ornithologists' Union have been followed implicitly, with 
two exceptions. The first of these exceptions concerns Canon XVII, 
2, which gives to specific names applied to males precedence over 
names used for females, when the two occur ou the same page. In 
such cases of synchronous names we have awarded priority to the 
name standing first on the page, regardless of other considerations. 
The other exception is the rule abandoning a name (as ScaphirhynchuSy 
F. R. 95 14 209 



210 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

XiphidioHy CanthidermiSy etc.) when a prior generic name is of like ety- 
mology and of nearly the same spelling (as Scaphorhynchus^ Xiphidiutn^ 
or Acanthoderma). We regard all generic names as different unless 
originally spelled alike, and the original orthography (misprints aside) 
is in all cases retained. 

With each species is given its geographical range, so far as known, 
and a reference to the first description ander the specific name adopted 
by us. The locality following this reference is the type locality of the 
species. The name in parenthesis following the reference to the generic 
name is that of the species taken by the describer as the type of the 
genus. 

At the end of the catalogue of native species will be found a list of 
the principal introduced species, especially those which have become 
well established in American waters. 

The authors desire to acknowledge their indebtedness to Dr. Theodore 
Gill for valuable assistance in various ways in the preparation of tlii ^ 
catalogue. His wide acquaintance with zoological literature has ena- 
bled them to complete and verify many references which otherwise migh t 
have remained incomplete or erroneous. 

Thanks are also due Mr. Barton A. Bean for assistance in the verifi- 
cation of references. 

David Starr Jordan. 

Barton Warren Evermann. 
Palo Alto, California, May 21^ 1896, 






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CHECKLIST OF THE FISHES AND FISH-LIKE VERTEBRATES 

OF NORTH AND MIDDLE AMERICA. 



Class I. LEPTOCARDII. The Lancelets. 

Order A. AMPHIOXI. The Cirrostomes. 

FaxnUyL BRANCHI08T0BCATIDJQ. The Lancelots. 

Cteniu 1. BRAHCHI06T01IA Cotta. 
Branchio$iama Costa, Cenni Zoologicl Xapol., 49, ISSi (luhricum=laneeolatmm), 

1. Branohioatomalanoeolatnm^allas). Europptth Lanoelet;Aikphiaxu$, 

Mediterrauean ; soathepir^D^land ; Soa^^dmav ia ; Chp0l^>6ake Bay. 
Limax lanoeolatus Pay«, Spicilegia ZofffT, x, 19, 177#rCom wall. 

2. Branohiostoma carlbaDum Sundevall. JVest Indian Lancelet,''' 

^^^OTtil! ftn*^^^^ Awift»in« £m iiaiiiiftiPi w H ^ to the mooth of the La Plata: 

ab undant off t he Car o lina ooaot and> ft i Iwmllt t BB lir FhiTtdA (Port Tampa}, 
Jamaica, ijrazil, etc. Iat^*^ WwlZa« 

Branehioatama carihantm Sundevall, lifers. Vet. Akad. Forhandl. 18&3, 12, St. 
Thomas ; (B i n J aae i ro. ^ (^. f>jZaZ^CjL n..*^J^ . fo . U tu^^ , 

3. Branohiostoma califbmienae Gill. California Lancelet, 

Pacific coast of North America f^om San Diego Ba^ southward. 
Branekioetama ealifomieneie Gill, in Andrews, Studies Biol. L^b. Johns Hopkins 
Univ., V, 241, 1893, San Diego, California. ^ 

Genus 2. A8T1IMBIB0V Andrews, l^^^^^*^^*^*'*^^^ 

A9}fmmetrim Andrews, Studies Biol. Lab. Johns Hopkins Univ., v, 237, 1883 

{luoayanwm), 

4. Aaymmetron Incayannm Andrews. Bahama Lancelet. 

Ramini sad Nassau, Bahamas. t2 /^mp^'yie,' 

Aeymmetron Imcajfanum Andrews, Studies Biol. Lab. Johns Hopkins Univ., v, 
237, 1893, Bemiui, Bahama Islands. 

Class II. MARSIPOBRANCHII. The Lampreys. 

Order B. U Y PEROTRBTL The Hagflshes. 

Family n. HEPTATRBBilD JQ. The Borers. 

esnus 8. FOUBTOTBEMA OilL ^ 2fA~-iU>w^ilu v^^"^^^^*"^ 
Polietotrema Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 30 {domhey). 

5. Polistotrema stonti (Lockington). California Hagfieh; Lamperina. 

Coast of California; Monterey. 

Bdellaetoma 9touti Lockington, Amer. Nat. 1878, 793, Eel River, California. 

Family m. BTTXINID JQ. The Hagfiahes. 

Osaus4. KYXIHB liaiunis. 
Mjfxine Linnnus, Systema Natnrse, e<l. x, 660, 1758 (glutinosa). 

6. Myadne glutinosa Linnieus. Hagfieh; Borer. 

North Atlantic, on both coasts. Not abundant Vn kxantV^v^^ %iy(i\>ci\o\>^v«t^ix^. 
Afyxins fflutinoea Lionwus, Syst. Nat., ©d. X, «60, VII*, M(^a2li\:\^ 0««Ka, 



212 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Order C. HTPEROARTIL The Lampreys. 

Family IV. PETROMTZONID JQ. The Lampreys. 

Oenu 6. BATHTMTZOV OilL 9 

Baikymyzon Gill, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1883, 254 {hairdii), « r K^^ A , 

7. Bathymyzon bairdil Gill. 

Golf Stream. 

Petromyzon (Bathymyzon) 5airdu Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 254. Gulf 
Stream at lat. 49^ N., in 547 fathoms. 

eeniu 6. FETBOKTZOV (Artadi) lixmsem. 

Petromyzon (Artedi) Linutens, Bystema Naturae, ed. x, 230, 1758 (marinus), 

8. Petromyzon marlnus LiDnsens. Great Sea Lamprey; Lamprey Eel, 

Atlantic coasts of Enrope and North America, southward to Chesapeake Bay- 
Petromjfzon moMntu Linnieas, Syst. Nat., ed.«x, 230, 1758, European seas; 
after Artedi. 

8a. Petromyzon marlnns unicolor (DeKay). 

Lakes of northern and central New York. 

Ammooatee unioolw DeKay, N. Y. Fauna : Fishes, 383, 1842, Lake Champlain. 

eeniis 7. ICHTHYOIIYZOV Oirard. Biver Lampreye. 
Ichthyomyzon Girard, Pac. R. R. Surv., x, 381, 1858 (argentetu). 

9. Ichthyomyzon conoolor (Kirtland). Silvery Lamprey, 

Great Lakes, Upper Mississippi Valley, and Rainy Rivor. 

Ammoocftes conoolor Kirtland, Bost. Jour. Nat. Hist., in, 1840, 473^ with plate, 
Mahoning and Scioto rivers, Ohio. 

10. Ichthyomyzon caatanena Girard. 

Mississippi Valley. 

Ichthyomyzon oaetaneus Girard, Pac. R. R. Surv., x, 381, 1858, Galena, Minu. 

Oeziiis 8. EHT08PHEini8 OiU. 
Ento$phenu$ Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 331 {tridentatus), 

11. Xfaitoaphenua tridentatna (Gairdner). 

Pacific Coast of America, Unalaska to southern California. 
Petromyzon tridentatue Gairdner, in Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Am., 2d3, 1836, 
Falls of the Walamet (now Willamette) River, Oregon. 

Oenas 9. LAXPETBA Gray. Brook Lampreye, 
Lampetra Gray, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1851, 235 (JluHalis), 

12. Lampetra aurea ( Bean ) . 

Yukon River and streams of Alaska and Kamchatka. 

Ammocatee aureus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 159, Yukon River 

13. Lampetra apadicea Bean. 

Guanajuato, Mexico. 

Lampetra spadicea Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 374, Guanajuato. 



14. Lampetra cibaria (Girard). 

zitkc slope of America, fx 

moco'tes cibarimi Girard, Pac. R. R. Surv., x, 383, 1858, Puget Sound. 



P^ific slope of America, from Fraser River to the Sacramento. 
Jmk 



r Lampetra "wilderl (Gage). Small Black Lamprey; Pride; Prick. 

Western New York to Iowa, in tributaries of the Great Lakes and the Missis- 
sippi. 

AmmoccttcM mlderi Gage, in Wilder Quarter-Century Book, 436, 1893, Cayuga 
Lake, New York. 



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Class III. PISCES. The Fishes. 

Subclass 8ELACHII. The Sharks and Skates. 

Order D. DIPLOSPOND7LI. The Notidanold Sharks. 

TamUy V. CHLAM7DOSBLACHID JQ. The FriUed Sharks. 

(Geniu 10. CHLAHTDOSELACHirS Oarmsn. 

Chlamydoielachus Garman, Boll. Essex Inst., Jan. 17, 1884, 47 (anguineM), 

16. Chlamydoselachus angulnens Garman. 

Seas about Japan; also off Madeira; not certainly American. 
Chlamydo$elacku$ anguineua Garman, Bull. Essex Inst.. Jan. 17, 1884, 47, off 
Japan. 

Family VI. HEX A NCHID JB. The Cow Sharks. 

Oenm 11. VOTORUyHCUUS Ayret. 
Notorhynchus Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Soi., i, 1856, 72 {maoulatus). 

17. Notorh3riichas maculatns Ayres. 

Pacific coast of United States from Monterey northward to Washington. 
Notorhynckus maculaiue Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., i, 1856, 72, San Francisco. 

OeniiB 12. HEXANCHUB Bafineiqna 
Hexanchu9 Rafinesqne, Caratteri, 14, 1810 (grisetu), 

18. Hexanchus oorinus Jordan &, Gilbert. Shovel-nosed Shark. 

Monterey Bay to Pnget Sonnd; not common. 

Hexanchus corinus Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. II. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 352, Neah 
Bay, Washington, and Soquel, California. 

19. Hexanchus grlseus (Gmeliu). Cow Shark; Caiia-Bota. 

Deep water, Mediterranean to the west coast of Scotland ; frequently taken 

in Cuba(Poey). 
Squalus griseus Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, 1495, 1788, Mediterranean; after Brous- 

sonet. 

Order E. ASTEROSPOND7LI. The Typical Sharks. 

Suborder PROARTHRI. The Cestraciont Sharka 
Family Vn. HETERODONTIDJQ. The Bullhead Sharks. 

Oenas 18. OTBOPLEUBODUS GilL ^'^-'-^ 

Gyropleurodus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 489 (franoisci). 

20. Qyropleurodus francisci (Girard). Bullhead Shark, 

Coast of California : abundant south of Point Conception. 

Cestracion francisci Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 196, Monterey. 

21. Qjrropleurodus quoyl (Freminville). 

Galapagos Islands. 

Cestracion quoyi Fr^minville, Mag. Zool. 1840, pi. 3, Galapagos Islands. 

Suborder QALEI. The True Sharks. 

Family Vm. SCTLIiIORHINID^I. The Cat Sharka. . 

OeniiB 14. SGYIXIOBHIinJS BlainvUle. Rousseties. ^^^'^^ 
Scylliorhinus Blainville, Jonm. Phys. 1816, 263 (canicula^ et-c.) 

22. Scylliorhinus profundorum Goode & Bean. 

Deep water. North Atlantic. 

Scylliorhinus profundorum Goode & Beau, Oceanic Ichthyology, 17. 1896, Gulf 
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214 REPOBT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

^ • ' eeniia 16. OATULtrs Sxnitb. 

CatulM Audrew Smith, Froo. Zool. Soo. Loud. 1837^ 85 {$tellari$), 

Sabffeami CATVLU8 SmIUi. 

23. CataliM xanlams Gilbert. 

Paoifio Coast of soathern California. 

Caiulus xaniuruB Gilbert, Froo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891,540, off toutberti and lower 
California, in 184 to 684 fathoms. 

24. Catoloa bnmnena Gilbert. 

Golf of California, in deep water. 

Catulus lrunneu9 Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891, 542, Gnlf of California. 

25. Catnlua cephalna Gilbert. 

Golf of California and southward, in deep water. 

Catulus oephalus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 541, deep water near the 
Revillagigedo Islands, Mexico, and in the Galf of California. 

26. Catoloa retlfer (Garman). 

Gnlf Stream, in deep water. 

ScylUum retiferum (barman, Bnll. Mns. Comp. Zool., xi, 233, 1881, off ooaat oi 
Virginia, in deep water. 

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27. Qatvdoa oter Jordan & Evermann. Swell Shark, 

Monterey to San Diego; very abandant in Santa Barbara Channel. 
CaiuluB uier Jordan £ Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 25, 1896, 
Monterey, San Diego, and Santa Barbara Channel. 

Family IX. QINaLTMOSTOBilD^I. The Norae Sharks. 

Oeniis la ODTGLTICOffrOlCA Miiller ft Henla. 

Oingljfmostoma MUller & Henle, Wiegmann^s Archiv, 1837, i, 396. 

28. Oinglymostoma oirratom (Gmelin). Nurse Shark; Gala, 

West Indies and the west coast of Mexico; occasional on oar South Atlantic 

Coast. 
SqtMlus cirraUu Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, 1492, 1788, American seas; after Broos- 

Bonet. 

t Family X. P8EX7DOTRIAKIDJQ. 

Oeniis 17. PSEUDOTBIAXIB Oapello. 
PseudotriakU Capello, Joor. Sci. Math. Phys. Nat. Lisb. 1868, 321 (miorodan). 

29. Paeodotriakia microdon Capello. 

Portugal ; Amagansett, Long Island. 

PeeudoiriakU microdon Capello, Jour. Sci. Math., etc., Lisb. 1868, 321, Portugal. 

Family XI. QALXUDJQ. The Reqoiem Sharks. 

Oeniis 18. XUSTELUS Cttiw. "^foJU/^^^^Jr.J^^ hJ^^\MA^ j 
2dustelu9 Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 1, 128, 1817 {muiielus madroam$). 

30. Moateloa lonolatoa Jordan Sl Gilbert. Oato, 

West coast of Mexico. C^ S>*v (uM 

Muttelus lunulaiHB Jordan & Gilbert Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 108, Mazatlan. 



31. Moateli}a ciania (Mit chill). Smooth Hound; Dog Shark; Boca Dulce, 

Cape Cod to Cuba, and in southern Europe. 

S^lu9 canit Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. V., i, 1815, 486. New York. 



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Oeniu 19. GALEU8 Baflnetqne. 

Galeus Rafinpslfuei Caratte^j^^ciini Nuovi Generi, 13, 1810 (mutUlu$, etc. ; the 
iDtei(d:^type is a^pKrontly Squalus galeus L., tnongh that species is not 
^iooed by nadmd). 2 

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32. Qaleus dorsalis (Gill). (/) ^ 

Panama and neighboring waters, north to the Gnlf of California. H C 

Mu8ielu$ dorBalUQili, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 149, Panama. > 00 f- 

21 > - 

33. OalevLB califbmicus (Gill). O '^ ^ 

California, north to San Francisco'. !13 X i^ 

Mu9telu$ califomioua Gill> Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 148, San Francisco. ^ — ^ 

0«niu 20. BHIHOIRIAOIS Gill. C q . 

MtnotnocM Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 486 (henlei), E ^ -n 

< -< 

34. Rhinotriaois benlei Gill. rn ? nr 

Coast of California, from Humboldt Bav to Monterey : rather rare. "^ r- m 

BhinoiriaciB henlei Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 486, San Francisco. ^ TTi 

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0«niis 21. TBIAKIB MiiUer ft Henle. *< q 

Triakii MiiUer & Henle, Magazine of Natnral History, n. a., ii, 1838, 36. g^ 

35. Triakia semifaBoiatnm Girard. Cat Shark ; Leopard Shark. 

Cape Mendocino to San Diego; common. 

Triakia aemifaaciaU&m Girard, Ftoc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 196, Presidio de San 
Francisco. 



Oenns 22. OALEOBHTHUS Blainvilla '^ ^^ 

Qdleorhiniu Blainville, Bnll. ScL Philom. 1816, 121 (galeua). 




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36. Gkdeorhimis zyoptenis Jordan & Gilbert. Oil Shark ; Soup-fin Shark, 

Coast of sonthem California, from San Francisco to Cerros Island; very 
^^ abundant. 

Galeorhinna zyopterua Jordan &, Gilbert, Synopsis, 871, 1883, San Pedro, Cal. 

Oenns 28. GALBOCEKDO Miillar ft Henle. 

Oaleooerdo Miiller &, Henle, Plagiostomen, 59, 1838 (iigrinua), 

37. Oaleooerdo ilRyiaua M Uller & Henle. Tiger Shark; Alecrin; Tigrone, 

Tropical seas; not rare; occasionally northward to Cape Cod and to San 

Diego. 
Qnleooerdo tigrinua Miiller &, Henle, Plagiostomen, 59, 1838, Pondichery. 

Oeniis 24. PUOHACE CauUii. ^ -^ — ^^a^ Ce ^^a^jq^ 'Vo^^vvv^vJf" 

Prionaoe Cantor, Malayan Fishes, 399, 1850 (snbstituteTor Prionodon), 

38. Prionaoe glanoa (Linnaous). Great Blue Shark, 

Warm seas, occasionally taken on onr coasts ; more common in Enrope. 
S^[ualua glauoua Linneens, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 235, 1758, seas of Europe. 

Genus 26. OABGHABiilHUS Blainville. 
Carcharhinua Blainville, Jonr. Phys. 1816, 264 (oommeraoni), 

Sabseasi FLITTPODOIV Gill. 
Platypodon Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. T. 1861, 401 (meniaorrak), 

39. Caroharhinna obsonrua (LeSnenr). Duaky Shark, 

North Atlantic ; frequently taken on our coast. 

Squdlua ohaourua LeSueur, Jonrn. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1818, 223, New York. 

40. Caroharhinna platyrhynohns (Gilbert). 

Maffdalena Bay to Galapagos Islands. 

Euuimia platyrhynchw (iilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891, 544, Clarion Island; 
Socorro Island ; Magdalena Bay. 



216 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

41. Carcharhinus folciformls (Bibron). Cazon de Playa. 

Cuba and neii^bboring waters. 

Carchariaii falcifarmia Bibron, in Mttller & Henle, Plagiostomen, 47, 1838, 
Cuba. 

42. Carcharhinus acronotus (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Squalus acronotus Poey, Memorias, it, 335, 1861, Havana. 

43. CarcharhinuB perezi (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Platypodon perezi Poey, Enuineratio, 195, 1875, Cuba. 

44. Carcharhinus remotns (Valenciennes). 

Martinique. 

Carcharias remotus Valenciennes, in Dum^ril, Hist. Nat. Poiss., i, 374, 1870, 
Martinique. 

45. Carcharhinus henlei (Valenciennes). 

Coast of Brazil northward to Guiana. 

Carchariae henlei Valenciennes, in MUller & Henle, Plagiostomen, 46, 1838, 
Guiana. 

8ab9«Biii CABCHABH1XU8 BUInTllle. 

46. Carcharhinus milberti (Miiller <& Henle). 

Cape Cod to Florida; not rare. 

Carcharias (Prionodon) milberti Miiller Jlc Henle, Plagiostomen, 38, 1838, New 
York. 

47. Carcharhinus lamiella (Jordan & Gilbert). Bay Shark. 

San Die^o Bay aud southward along the Mexican coast. 

Carcharias tumiella Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1882, 110, San Diego. 

48. Carcharhinus lamia (Rafinesque). Cub Shark; Bequin; Requiem; Lamia. 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic northward to Florida Keys. 
Carcharias lamia Ratine8que, Indice d'lttiol. Sicil., 44, 1810, Sicily; after Lac^ 
p^de. 

49. Carcharhinus platyodon (Poey). • 

Cuba to Texas. 

Squalus platyodon Poey, Memorias, ii, 331, 1861, Havana. 

50. Carcharhinus fronto (Jordan <& Gilbert). Tiburon, 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Carcharias fronto Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 102, Mazatlan. 

51. Carcharhinus nicaraguensis (Gill <& Bransford). Tigrone. 

Lake Nicaragua and its outlet, Rio San Juau ; abundant. 

Eulamia nicaraguensis Gill «& Bransford, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 190, Lake 
Nicaragua. 

SabfoniN ISOOOMPIIODO> Oill. 

Inogomphodon Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1861, 401 (oxyrhynchus). 

52. Carcharhinus aethalorus (Jordan <& Gilbert). 

Mazatlan to Panama. 

Carcharias wthalorus .loTihm «fe Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 104, Mazatlan. 

53. Carcharhinus limbatus (Miiller & Henle). Ca^netta, 

Tropical seas, north to Florida; a stray specimen taken at Woods Hole. Mass. 
Carcharias ( Prionodon) /im6a/{i« Miiller &. Henle, PI agios t., 49, 1838, Martinique. 

54. Carcharhinus oxyrhynchus (Miiller & Henle). 

Surinam 

Carcharias oxyrhynchus MUUur «& Henle, Plagiostomen, 41, 1838, Surinam. 



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Oenas 26. HTPOPBIOH Miiller ft Henle. 
Hypoprion Miiller & Henle, Plagiostomen, 34, 1838 (macloH). 

55. H3rpoprion brevirostris Poey. * 

West Indies, north to Charleston, Sonth Carolina. 

Hypoprion breviroalria Poey, Repertorio, ii, 451, tab. 4, 1868, Cuba. 

56. Hypoprion aignatns Poey. 

Cuba. 

Hypoprion Bignatus Poey, Synopsis, 452, 1868, Cuba. 

Geniu 27. AFRIOHODOK^Bill. 
Aprionodon Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vii, 1861, 411 (punctatu$^i9odon), 

57. Apriouodon isodon (MttUer A, TTenle). 

Atlantic Ocean. 

Carchariaajsodon Miiller & Henle, Plagiostomen, 32, 1838, New York. 

Oenas 28. SCOLIODOH MdUer ft He^e. 
Sooliodon Miiller & Henle, Wiegmann's Archiv f. Naturg., i, 398, 1837 (latioaudm). 

58. Sooliodon longurio (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Carcharias longurio Jordan A, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 106, Mazatlan. 

59. Sooliodon terraB-novas (Richardson). Sharp-nosed Shark; Tiger Shark. 

Cape Cod to Brazil; very common southward along the Atlantic Coast. 
Squalus (Carcharias) ierrce-novo! Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., ui, 289, 1836, 
Newfoundland. 

Family XTT. SPHYRNIDiB. The Hammer-headed Sharks. 

CMmos 29. SPHYBHA Bafinesque. ClaJ^^^ Cx-^rx/V l\JitAA^\^ 

Sp hy^na R afinesque, Indice d'lttiol. Siciliana, 60, 1810 (zygcBna), 

Sabvevas REN1CEP8 GUI. 
Renicepa Gill, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y., viii, 1861, 412 (tiburo). 

60. Sphyma tiboro (Linnrous). Shovel-head Shark; Bonnet-head, 

Atlantic Ocean; abundant on our coast from Long Island southward, ranging 

to China and Mazatlan. 
Squalua tiburo Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 234, 1758, America. 

Sab9«nai PLATT8QUALU8 Swslmioa. 
Platysqualua Swainson, Class. Anim., ii, 318, 1839 CUihuro" = tttde§), 

61. Sphyma tndea (Cuvier). 

Gulf of California, West Indies, Mediterranean, and Indian Ocean. 
Zygasna tudea Cuvier, in Valenciennes, M^m. Mus., ix, 225, 1822, Nice; after 
Pantoujiier of Risso. 

Sabsenaa SeOX&SMHUflnesqme. 

62. Sphyma zygaena (Linnaeus). Hammer-headed Shark, 

From Cape Cod and Point Conception southward. 

Squalua gygama Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 234, 1758, Europe; America. 

Family XITT. ALOPIID JQ. The Thresher Sharka. 
Genus 80. ALOPIAS Bafinesque. (X/A^J^^f^-c^^^^^^-^-^ "VaJ^iA^K^arv^A^ 

^ZojnoA Rafinesque, Caratteri di Alcuni Generi, etc., 12, 1810 {maorurua=VHlpea). 

63. Alopias vnlpes (Gmelin). Threaher; Fox Shark; Swingle-tail; Long-tail Shark. 

* Mediterranean and Atlantic ; Pacific Coast. 

Squalua vulpea Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, 1496, 1788, Mediterranean; after Pennant. 



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Family XIV. CARCHARTTDJB. The Sand Sharks. 

Genni 81. CABCHARLyi Bafineiqae. 
Carcharia* Ratiuesqae, Caratteri di Aloani Naovi Generi, 10, 1810 (iaurus). 

8ab««mai EUeOimiODVS QUI. 

Eugomph^OiCsQm, Pr^>c^Jbi$r1^at. Sci. Phila. 1864, 260 {lUtaralU)r 

64. Carohaxlaa Uttoralia (Mitchill). Sand Shark, 

Atlantic Coast between Cape Cod and Cape Hatteras. 

Sqmalu$ liitaralit Mitchill, Am. Monthly Mag., ii, 1818, 328, New York. 

Family ZV. LABCNIDJQ. The Mackerel EUiarks. 

Oeniu 88. IBUXIT8 Baflnetque. 
I$uru8 Rafinesqne, Caratteri di Aloani Naovi Generi, 11, ISlCyiaxjfrh^nchuM), 

Svbsenmi ISUROPSIS Gill. 

I$urop$i$ Gill, Ann. Ljo. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vu, 1862, 409 (dekayi), 

65. lanma dukaji (0111 ^' Mackerel Shark, J-^«>--<5^-^ 

Cape Cod to West Indies. 

laurapeU dekajfi Gill, Ann. Lye. N. Y., vii, 1862, 409; after DeKay. 

Mg^nmn I8UBU8 iUllmeiqie. y j^^jL^ Gjtww^ 

66. laurua oxyrhynohas Rafinesqne. Mackerel Shark; Pesoe Tondo; Came di Mare* 

Mediterranean aad aeigh boring parts of the Atlantic ; occasional on Atlantic 

coast of Nortti America. 
lewrue axyrkynohuB Rafinesque, Caratteri, etc., 12, 1810, Palermo 

OflDns 88. LAMVA Cnvier. Porbeagles, 
Lamna Cnyier, I(6gne A nimal , ed. i, 126^ 1817 (oornubicue), 

67. T.aiwtio ouiuUtllUll (QmeunJV^Porbeagle ; Mackerel Shark, 

North Atlantic and North Pacific. 

Squalus comuhicus Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, 1497, 1788, shores of Cornwall. 

Oeziiis 84. CABCHABODOH Smith. Man-eater Sharke, 

Caroharodon Andrew. Smith, Proc. Oeol. 8oc. Lend., v, 86, 1837 (oapeft«i« = 
oarchariaa). 



68. Caroharodon carohariaa (Linneens). Man-eater Shark; Great White Shark, 

Temperate and tropical parts of the Atlantic and the Pacific. 
Squalue oarchariae Linnasns, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 235, 1758, Europe. 



Family XVI. CBTORHINID JQ. The Baaking Sharka. 

Osniis 86. CETORUIHUB Blainville. 

Cetorhinus Blainyille, Joam. Phys. 1816, 264 {gunneri = maximua), 

69. Cetorhinna maximua (Gunner). Baeking Shark; Pelerin; Elephant Shark. 

Arctic seas, Portugal, Virginia, and California. 

Squalue mtueimue Gunner, Trondl^em Selskabskr., lu, 33, 1765, coast of Norway. 

Family> XV 11. RHINODONTIDJQ.' Thej^^flhale Sharka 

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Genus 86. MICBIBTODnj 
Mkristedua Gill, Prcfc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 177 (punotatue), 

70. Bdoriatodna ponoUitiia Gill. 

Golf of California. 

Mierietodue pum^tue GiU, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 177, Gulf of Oali- 
fomia. 



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Order F. CTCLOSPONDYLI. The Cyolospondylous Sharks. 

Suborder CY'CLOSPOND'YIjI. 

Family XVm. SQUALIDiB. The Dogfishes. 

Genus 37. SQUALUB (Artedi) Lixmoiis. 
Squalus (Artedi) Linntfius, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 233, 1758 (includett all sharks). 

71. Squalus aoanthlas Linnseus. Dogfish; Picked Dogfish; Bonedog; Skittle-dog, 

North Atlantic on both coasts and about Caba. \y^' 

Squalus acanthias LinnseoS; Syst. Nat., ed. X, 233, 1758, coast of Europe. 

72. Squalus suoklll (Girard). California Dogfish 

Aleutian Islands to Santa Barbara. 

Spinax (Acanthias) sucklii Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 196, Fort Steila 
coom, Washington. 

Oenns 38. CENTROSCYXNUB Booage A Capello. 

Centroscymnus Bocage 6l Capello, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 263 (oalolepis), 

73. Centroscymnus ccololepis Bocage &, Capello. 

Coast of Portugal and neighboring parts of the Atlantic ; Gloucester, Mass. 

and Nova Scotia Banks. 
Centroscymnus ocelolepis Booage & Capello, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 263 

Portugal. 

Oenns 39. ETMOPTERUB Baflnesque. 
Etmopterus Ratinesque, Caratteri, etc., 14, 1810 (aouleatus), 

74. Etmopterus pusiUus (Lowe). 

Madeira, Cuba, and Cape Vevdes. 

Acanthidium putillum Lowe, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1839, 91, Madeira. 

Oenns 40. CENTBOSCTLLIiriE Koller ft Esnle. 
Centroscyllium MUUer & Henle, Plagiostomen, 191, 1838 (/abridi), 

75. Centrosoyllium fabrioii (Reinhardt). 

Greenland seas, Gloucester, and the Nova Scotia Banks. 

Spinax fabricii Reinhardt, Dansk. Vid. Selsk. Forh., 1828, iii, xvi, Greenland. 

Family XIX. SOMNIOSIDiB. The Sosmmoid Sharks. 

Oenns 41. BOKNIOBUB LeSnenr. 

Somniosus LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1818, 222 {hrevipinna= micro- 
oephalus), 

76. Somniosus microcephalus (Bloch). Sleeper Shark; Nurse, 

Arctic seas, south to Cape Cod, Oregon, and France. 

Squalus miorocephalus Bloch &, Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 135, 1801, northern seas. 

Family XX. ECHINORHINIDiB. The Bramble Sharks. 

Osnns 4S. EGHnrOSHINXJB Blainville. 
Echinorhinus Blainville, %ull. Soc. Pliilom. 1816, 121 (spinosus), ' 

77. Echinorhinus spinosus (Gmelin). 

Atlantic coasts of Europe, America, and Africa. 

Squalus spinosus Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, 1500, 1788, ''the ocean." 



220 BEPOBT OF C0MMI8SI0NEB OF FISH AND FI8HERl£d. 

Suborder TBCTOSPONDTLL 

Family XXI. SQUAT^^DiB. Th0aAne;el Sharlu. 

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Genus 48. SQUATDf A Dam^ril. 
Squaiina Dum^rily Zool. Analyt., 102, 1806 {angelu8=8quatina), 

78. Squatina squatina (Linnaeus). Monk-fish; Angel-fish; Squato. 

Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States southward fh>ni Cape Cod and 

San Francisco: Mediterranean. 
Squalus tquatina LinnieuSy Syst. Nat., ed. x, 233, 1758, coasts of Europe. 

Order G. BATOIDEI. The Rays. 

Suborder SARCURA. The Thick-tailed Rays. 

Family inm PRISTIDiB. The Sawfishes. 

Genus 44. FBI8TI8 Latham. 
PrisUs Latham, Trans. Linn. Soc., ii, 17d4, 276 (prUtU). 

79. Pristis sephyreus Jordan &, Starks. Pez de Espada, 

Tropical seas, north to Mazatlan on the Pacific Coast; the West Indies. 
Pristit zephyr CM Jordan &, Starks, Fishes of Sinaloa, 11, 1895, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

80. Pristis peotinatus Latham. Common Sawfish; Pez Sierra; Pez de Espada. 

Tropical seas; north to West Indies and Florida. 

Pristis peotinaiuB Latham, Trans. Linn. Soc, ii, 1794, 278, ''in the ocean." 

Family XXITT. RHINOBATIDiB. The Guitar-Fishes. 

* 

Oenns 45. BHOTOBATUB Blooh ft Schneider. Guitar-fishes, 
Rhinobatus Bloch <& Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 353, 1801 {rhinohatus). 

81. Rhinobatus lentiginosus Garman. 

From Charleston, South Carolina, southward. 

RhinohatM lentiginosus Garman, Bull. M. C. Z., vi, 168, 1880, coast of Florida. 

82. Rhinobatus stellio Jordan 6l Rutter. 

.Jamaica. 

Rhinobatus stellio Jordan &, Rutter, Fishes of Jamaica, 1896, Jamaica. 

83. Rhinobatus glauoostigma Jordan &, Gilbert. Guitarro, 

Gulf of California and southward. 

Rhinobatus glauoostigma Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883,210, 
Mazatlan. 

84. Rhinobatus leucorhynchus GUnther. 

Panama and vicinity. 

Rhinobatus leucorhynchus GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1866, 604, Panama. 

85. Rhinobatus productus Ayres. Guitar-fish, 

San Francisco to San Diego. 

Rhinobatus productus Ayres, in Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 196, 
Monterey. 

86. Rhinobatus peroellens (Walbaum). Fiddler-fish; Puraque. 

West Indies to southern Brazil. 

Raja percellens Walbaum, Artedi Piscium, 525, 1792; after Marcgrave. 

87. Rhinobatus spinosus GUnther. 

Mexico. 

Rhinobatus spinosus GUnther, Cat., viii, 518, 1870, Mexico. 

88. Rhinobatus planioeps Garman. 

Coast of Peru and Galapagos Islands. 
^inobatusplaniotps Garman, Bull. M. C. Z, vi, 168, 1880, Peru ; Galapagos. 



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Genus 46. ZAFTERYX Jordan ft Gilbert 
Zapieryx Jordan & Gilbert; Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 53 (ioratp^ratiM). 

89. Zapter3rx ezasperatns (Jordan & Gilbert). 

San Diego Bay. 

Platyrhina exaaperata Jordan & Gilbert, Proo.U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 82, San Diego. 

90. Zapteryz xyster Jordan & Evermann. 

Panama. 

Zapteryx xyster Jordan Sc Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 66, 1896, 
Panama. 

Genus 47. FLATYBHIK0IDI8 Garman. 
Platyrhinoidis Garman, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mob. 1880, 522 {triMriattu). 

91. Platyrhinoidis triseriatus (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Coast of California from Point Conception southward. 

Platyrhina tHseriata Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 36, Santa Bar- 
bara, California. 

Family XXIV. RAJID2B. The Skates. 

Genus 48. SAJA (Artedi) Lbmsens. 
Raja (Artedi) LmnsBus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 231, 1758 (hatis), 

92. Raja erinacea Mitchill. Common Skate; Little Skate; Tobacco Box, 

Very abundant from Virginia northward to Maine. 

Rata erinacea Mitchill, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts, xi, 1825, 290, New York. 

93. Raja ocellata Mitchill. Big Skate. 

Coast of New York, Massachusetts, and northward. 

Raja ocellata Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc., 1, 1815, 477, New York. 

94. Raja fyllae Liitken. 

Davis StrailiS Greenland 

Raja fyllte LUtken, Vid. Medd. Naturh. Foren. Kjobenh. 1887, 1, pl.l, Davis 
Straits. 

95. Raja r adia t a D o n ovan. 3Ca>v»Xa ifi^A.^^^A^^^^^ 

North Atlantic ; «beih in America an d Euro pe ; not common o n our coast. 
,ff flin "ff-fffT**^* r-"iTi, M''?t Hrit Fiah8 n ,V]| i 1 111, ^m ) , \i 1 [ Jl ' i r mi r 

96. Raja plutonia Garman. 

Deep water off South Carolina. 

Raja plutonia Garman, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., xi, 236, 1881, off South Carolina. 

97. Raja aokleyi Garman. 

Yucatan Banks. 

Raja ackleyi Garman, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., xi, 235, 1881, Yucatan Banks. 

98. Raja omata Garman. 

Coast of South Carolina and Florida. 

Raja omata Garman, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., xi, 235, 1881, off South Carolina. 

99. Raja eglanteria Bosc. 

Cape Cod, southward to Florida; not very common. 

Raia eglanteria Bosc, in Laodp^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 103, 1800, Charleston, S. C. 

100. Raja senta Garman. 

Banks of Newfoundland to Cppe (^f d.;Hn deep watei^*. , . 

Raja senta Garman, Proc. U. S. Nal Mus. 1885, 43, Cape Cod Bay ; Le Have Bank. 

101. Raja-40BfVis MitchilT. Barri^or' S^te. 

New England to Florida; not uncommon northward. 

RiUJa l€Bvis Mitchill, Amer. Monthly Mag., ii, 1817, 327, New York. 



222 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FI8HEBIB&. 

102. Raja rhina Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Monterey to Alaska; not rare, especially northward. 

Baja rhina Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 251, liontersj ; Sao 
Francisco. 

103. Raja binoculata Girard. Big Skate of California, 

Pacific Coast from Monterey to Sitka; abundant. 

Baja binoculata Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 196, San Franci»oo. 

104. Raja inomata Jordan Sl Gilbert. Common Skate of California. 

Coast of California; very abundant. 

Biya inomata Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 457, San Francisco. 

105. Raja equatoxlalis Jordan &, Bollman. 

West coast of Colombia, between Panama and the Galapasos lalanda. 
Baja equatorialia Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 150, off 
Colombia. 

106. Raja parmifera Beau. 

Coast of Alaska. 

Baja parmifera Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 157, Unalaska. 

107. Raja stellulata Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Coast of California and northward. 

Baja etellulata Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 133, Monterey. 

108. Raja aleutioa Gilbert & Thobum. 

Unalaska, Aleutian Islands. 

Baja aleutica Gilbert, Rept.U. S. Fish. Com. 1893 (1896), 397, pK 21, Sannak 
Pass, Aleutian Islands, at Albatross Station 3257, in 81 fatnoms. 

109. Raja trachora Gilbert. 

Santa Barbara Channel. 

Baja trachura Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 539, off Santa Barbara, at 
Albatross Station 2923, in 822 fathoms. 

110. Raja abysaioola Gilbert. 

Queen Charlotte Island, British Columbia, in deep water. 
Baja ahyaHoola Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish. Com. 1893 (1896), 396, pi. 20, off 
Queen Charlotte Island, at Albatross Station 3342, in l,5iB8 fathoms. 

Family XZV. NARQpBATIDiB^The JQectrlc R^a 

Oenns 48. TKTBAWARCE Oill. 

Teiranaroe GUI, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vii, 1861, 387 (ooddentalia). 

111. Tetranaroe oooidentalia (Storer). Cramp-Jieh; Torpedo; yumb-fieh. 

Atlantic Coast of United States, Cape Cod to Cuba; not very common. 
Torpedo ocoidentalie Storer, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1843, 165, Massachusetts 

112. Tetranaroe oalifomioa (Ayres). California Torpedo 

Coast of California: not noticed south of Monterey. 

Torpedo califomica Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1854, 70, San Francisco. 

OsnnsSO. VABuuije Henle. 

Naroine Henle, Ueber Narcine, 31, 1834 (hraeilieneis), 

113. Naroine brasilienBis (Olfers). Trembler. 

West Indies and Brazil, occasionally northward to Key West and Pensaoola. 
Torpedo braeilieneie Olfers, Torpedo) 19, 1831, Brazil. 

Osnns 51. DI800PTOB Tiehudi. 

I>i«oap^^0 Tschudi, Fauna Peruana, 32, 1844 (tsehudii) 

114. Diaoopyge ommata Jordan & Gilbert. 

Panama; rare. 

Diecopyge ommata Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 151, Panama. 







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Suborder MASTICURA. The "Whip-tailed Rays. 

Family XXVI. DASTATIDiB. The Sting: Rays. 

Genus 52. UBOLOFHUB Xiiller A Henle. Round Sting Buys, 

UrolophuB MUller &, Henle, Plagiostomen, 173, 1838 {aurantiacu9^=:cruciatu9), 

115. Urolophua halleri Cooper. 

Coast of California from Point Conception southward. 

Urolophua Imlleri Cooper, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iii, 1863, 95, San Diego. 

116. Urolophua nebuloaua Oarman. 

Galf of California to Panama. 

Urolaphu9 nebulosus Carman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1886, 41, Colima. 

117. Urolophua umbrifer Jordan & Starks. 

West coast of Mexico. ^ 

Urolophus umbrifer Jorda^j^^tarks, in Jordan, Fishes of Sinaloa, 17, 1895| 
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I. Urolophua jamaicenaia' VCnvieajL Jl^aid. ^ 

West Indies, generally common ; once (permk{^^< 



118. 

Loij^btfolly) recorded from 
New Jersey. 
Bajajamaicen$i9 Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 1, 137, 1817, Jamaica, 



119. Urolophus mundua (Gill). 

Panama. 

Urotrygan mundu8 Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1863, 173, Panama. 

120. Urolophua goodei Jordan & Bollman. 

Panama. 

Urolophus goodei Jordan A, Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1889, 151, near 
Panama. 

121. Urolophus aapidurua Jordan dc. Gilbert. 

Panama. 

Urolophua aspidurut Jordan dc. Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1881, 307, Panama, 

122. Urolophua aateriaa Jordan A> Gilbert. ^ ^wwo^^^'^A^ ^ 

Mazatlan to Panama. "^ 

Urolophus asteriaa Jordan A, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1882, 579, Mazatlan | 
Panama. 

123. Urolophua rogerai Jordan & Starks. 

West coast of Mexico. 

Urolophus rogersi Jordan &, Starks, in Jordan, Fishes of Sinaloa, 16, 1895, 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Oenns 58. DASTATIS Saflnssque. 8Hng Raye. '^ ^-<^/^«Xcuf ffC£jA>tJ^ 

DasyaHs Rafinesqae, Caretteri di Alconi Nuo^i wu., 16, 1810 {uJo=pas» 

Hnaoa). 

Ssb^eBsi HEMITBTGOll HfUler M Heal*. 

HemUrygm MQller <& Henle, Mag. Nai. Hist. 1837, 90 (bemneiii). 



124. Daayatia centrura (Mitchill). Common Sting Bay; Siinguree; Clam Craoksr, 

Coast of Maine to Cape Hatteras; abundant. 

Raja centrura Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, 479, New York. 

Ssbgeasi DASTATIS Ballaeiqse. 

125. Daayatia haatata (DeKay). Kit, 

West Indies to Brazil, north to Florida and Rhode Island. 
Trygon hastata DeKay, N. Y. Fauna: Fishes, 373, pi. 65, fig. 214, 1842, Rhode 
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224 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

126. Daayatis gfymnuraXMiiller). 

Surinam to Brazil, n^cunled from Grenada by OOnther. 

Trygon gymnura MUller, Ermanu's Keise um die Erde, 25, taf. 13, 1830, Brazfl. 

127. Dasyatis sabina (LeSneur). 

Streams and estuaries of Florida, abundant on both coasts. 

Trygon aabina LeSuenr, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., iv, 1824, 109, Florida. 

128. Dasyatis longa (Carman). 

Gulf of California to Panama. 

Daaibatis longa Carman, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., vi, 170; 1880, Acapnieo, 
Panama. 

129. Dasyatis diptemra (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Bay of San Die>;o, and southward ; locally abundant. 

DaaybaiU dipterurus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 31, Su 
Diego. 

130. Dasyatis say (LeSueur). Southern Sting Ray, 

Carolina to Brazil ; common in Florida, occasional northward to New YorL 
Baja aay LeSuenr, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phiia., i, 1817, 42, New Jersey. 

Oenns 64. FTEBOPLATEA Kiiller ft Henle. 

Pteroplatea Miiller <& Henle, Plagiostomen, 168, 1838 (altavela). 

131. Pteroplatea mauliuu (LtiSU^Ur). Butterfly Ray, 

Rhode Island to Brazil. * < i^ 

Raia maolura LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1817, 41, Rhode Island. 

132. Pteroplatea crebripunctata Peters. 

Gulf of California southward, along the west coast of Mexico: oommoD. 
Pteroplatea crebripunctata Peters, Monatsber. Berl. Akad. 1869, 703, Mazatlsm. 

133. Pteroplatea rava Jordan & Starks. Manataria Colorada; Mania Raia, 

West coast of Mexico. 

Pteroplatea rava Jordan &, Starks, in Jordan, Fishes of Sinaloa, 18, 1895, Mai- 
atlan, Mexico. 

134. Pteroplatea marmorata Cooper. 

Coast of California, from Point Conception southward to Cerros Island; 

common. 
Pteroplatea marmorata Cooper, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iii, 1863, 112, San Diej^o. 

Family XXVU. MTLIOBATIDiB. The Eagle Rays. 

Genus 55. ABTOBATUS Blainville. 

Aetobatus Blainville, Jour, de Phys., lxxxiii, 1816, 261 (vulgariSy narinari, etc.). 

135. Aetobatns narlnari (Kuphrasen). Spotted Sting Ray. 

Tropical seas, north on Atlantic Coast to Virginia; not common on our sbores. 
Raia narinari Kuphrasen, Vet. Ak. Nya. Handl., xi, 1790, 217, Brazil. 

Oenns 56. XTLIOBATIB Dnm^ril. 

Myliobatie Dumdril, in Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ii, 137, 1817 (aquila), 

Kab^eiBt XTLIOBATIS Damfril. 

136. Myliobatis freminvillei LeSueur. 

Cape Cod to Brazil; not uncommon. 

Myliobatis freminvillei LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., iv, 1824, 111, Rhode 
Island. 

137. Myliobatis goodei Garman. 

Central America. 

Myliobatis goodei Gannau, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1885, 39, Central America. 



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SBb^eBvi H0L0BHI1IV8 GUI. 

Holarhinu* Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 331 (ve8periilio=californicu8). 

138. Myliobatis oalilbniloas Gill. California Sting Ray; Batfiah, 

California, ft'om Cape Mendocino southward. 

Myliobatis calif omicua Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1865, 137; after Girard. 

Genu 57. BHOTOFTESA KnhL 

Bhinoptera Knhl, in Cavier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, vol. ii, 401, 18C9 (marginata), 

Smhgtma BHINOPTEBA KoU. *^ "P Q 

139. Rhinoptera bonagns (Mitchill). Cow-noae Ray, ^i^.A^/v^-^fl'-^^ <A,A./fuaAj 

Cape Cod to Florida. 

Raja bonaaua Mitchill, Trans. Lit. and Phil. Soo. N. Y. 1815, 479, New York. 

140. Rhinoptera steindachneri Evermann & Jenkins. Gabilan. 

Gulf of California. 

Rhinoptera steindachneri Evermann & Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 130, 
pi. 1, fig. 1, Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. . 

SvbveBM aiCBOMESUS GIU. 

Mioromeeua Gill, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1865, 136 (adaperaua), 

141. Rhinoptera enaenadae Rosa Smith. 

West coast of Lower California. 

Bhinoptera enaenadw Rosa Smith, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 220, Ensenada, 
Lower California. 

Family XXViU. MANTITWB. The Sea Devils. 

Genus 68. AOMOUMipMe. A,0^^\^^ ivi^T^*-^ 
Jodon Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., i, 300, 1798 {maaaaaaa), 

142 Aedcnf hjrpostomus (Bau'Toft). 

Jamaica. 

Cephalopterua hypoatomua Bancroft, Proc. Comm. Zool. Soc. 1830, 134, Jamaica. 

Genus 08. XAIITA Baneroft 

Mania Bancroft, Zool. Jour., iv, 1828-29, 444 {manta=biroatria), 

143. Manta bixoBtris (Walbaum). Sea Devil; Devil-fiah: M^inta. 

Tropical waters of America ; north to New JbrHey and San Diego ; titt rare on 

the l^lorida coast. 
Baia biroatria Walbaum, Artedi Piscium, 535, 1792; after Diabolua marinua 

Willughby, etc. 

Subolaaa HOLOCEPHALI. The Chlmaeras. 

Order H. CHTMiBROIDBL The Chimeeroids. * 

Family XZIX. CHTMfflRIDiB. The Chimaeraa. 

Genus 80. GHDUSRA limusot. Elephant-fahea. 

Chimiora Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 236, 1758 (monatroaa), 

144. Cblmttni monatroaa Linnaeus. Chimara. 

Deep waters off the coast of Europe; also recorded by Poey at Matanzas, 

Cuba. 
CkUoiBra monatroaa Linnseus, Syst. Nat., e<l. x, 236, 1758, Atlantic. 

145. Clilm»ra afltnie Capello. f ^"V^Of*^ ^(%i^ 

Deep waien of the Atlantic, off Porragal and off tne American coast from 

Cape Cod northward. 
CMfautra ajfinia Capello, Jour. Soc. Math. Lisb., iv, 1868,314, \v\.u\, <^o^\> ol 

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Genus 61. HYDS0LA0U8 OilL 
Hydrolagus GUI, Proc. Ao. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1862, 331 (ooUiei). 

146. Hydrolagua colliei (Lay & Bennett). RaUfish; ElephanUji9h, 

Pacific Coast from Monterey northward to Alaska. 

ChivMdra colliei Lay & Bennett, Beechey's Voy., Zool., 71, 1849, North Pacific 

Oenns 62. HABRIOTTA Goode ft Bean. 

Earriotta Goode <& Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894 (Jan. 26, 1895), 471 (rcC 
eighana), 

147. Harrlotta raleighana Goode &, Bean. 

Deep water off the North Atlantic Coast of the United States. 
Earriotta raleighana Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894 (Jan. 26, 1805), 
472, pi. 19, Gulf Stream at 39^ N., 10^ W. 

Subclaaa TELBOSTOMI. The Tme Fiahea. 
Seriea GANOIDBL The G-anoid Fiahea. 
Superorder CHONDROGANOIDEA. The Cartilaginotui Oanoida. 
Order I. SBLACHOSTOBH. The Paddle-fiahea. 

Family XXX. P0L70D0NTID2I. The Paddle-fishes. 

Oenns 63. FOLTODON Lao^pede. 
Polyodon Lacdpdde, Hist. Nat. Poiss., i, 402, 1798 (feuille). 

148. Polyodon apathnla (Walbanm). Paddle-fish; Spoon-bill Cat; Duek-Ml Ca<; 

Spade-fisk. 

Mississippi Valley and rivers of the Sonthem States; Lake Erie. 
Squalus apathula Walbaum, Artedi Piscium, 522, 1792, no locality giYen, 

Order J. CHONDROSTBI. The Storgeona. 

Family XXXI. ACIPBNSERIDiB. The Sturgeons. 

Oenns 64. ACIPENSEB linnsras. Sturgeons. 
Acipenser (Artedi) Linnreus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 237, 1758 (sturio), 

149. Acipenser transmontanua Richardson. White Sturgeon; Oregon Simrffeam; 

Sacramento Sturgeon. 

Pacific Coast. from Alaska south to Monterey; aseendinfi^ the Sacramento, 
Columbia, and Frascr rivers in larj^e numbers in spring. 
t Acipenser transinontanus Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., ill, 278, 1836, Fort 

Vancoaver. 

150. Acipenser mediroatria Ay res. Oreen Sturgeon. 

Pacific Coast; ascending the rivers from Sau Francisco north\vard. 
Acipenser medirostris Ayres, I^oc. Cul. Ac. Sci., i, 1854, 15, San l^^ancisco. 



151. Acipenser atorio Linn sens. Common Sturgeon. 

Europe 

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Atlantic coiists; asceuding rivers of northern Europe and the United States. 
Acipenser sturio Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 237, 1758, sci 



152. Acipenser mbicnndua LeSnenr. Lake Sturgeon ; Ohio Sturgeon ; Stone Stur- 
geon; Rock Sturgeon ; lied Sturgeon. 

Upper MiHsissippi Valley, Great Lakes, nnd northward. 
Acijtenaer rubicundus LeSuenr, Trans. Amor. Phil. Soc, i, 1818, 388, 
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153. Acipenser breviroatria LeSnenr. Shart-naaed Sturgeon. 

Cape Cod to Florida; rare northward. 

Jdpenaer breviroBtrum LeSuenr, Trans. Amer. PhiL 800., i, 1818, 390, Delaware 
River. 

OeniiB 65. SCAFHIBHTllCHnS HeekeL ShoveUnoae Sturgeona. 

SoaphirhynchusHeekei, Ann. Wiener Mas. Natorgesch., i, 1835, 71 (rajine8quei= 
platorhynohua), 

154. Scaphirhynchua platorhynchua (Rafineaqne). ShaveUnose Sturgeon; White 

Sturgeon, * - 

MiBsissippi Valley, and streams of Western and Sonthem States; common. 
Acipenser platorhynchua Ratides^^e, lohth. Ohiensis, 80, 1820, Ohio River. 

Subclaaa HOLOSTEI. The Bony Ganoida. 
Order K. RHOMBOGANOIDBA. The Gar Pikea 
Family XXXTT. LEPISOSTBIDiB. The Gar Pikea. ^ 

Genus 66. LEPIM^SUS Lao^pMe. ^^^ ^ ' *^ S-^-rvtM^ /OU^^^^ 

Lepiaoateua I/^^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 331, 1803 (gaviali8=oaaeua), 

SabffeDni LEPIS08TEUS Bsflneiqne. 

155. Lepiaoateua oaaeoa (Linnsens). Long-noaed Gar; Billfiah; Common Gar Pike. 

Great Lakes and riyers of United States from Vermont to the Rio Grande. 
Eaoz oaaeua Linncous, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 313, 1758; after Artedi, based on Aoua 
maxima aquamoaa viridia, 

8Bbg«BBi CYLIHDB08TEUS BAllBeM|B«. 

Cylindroateua Rafinesqne, Ichth. Ohiensis, 72, 1820 {platoatomua'), 

156. Lepiaoateua platoatomua Rafinesqne. Shortnoaed Gar, 

Great Lakes and Southern and Western rivers ; less abundant northward. 
Lepiaoateua platoatomua Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 72, 1820, Ohio River. 

SBbg«BBi ATBAGTOSTEUS fUflneiqae. 

Atraotoateua Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 72, 1820 (ferox), 

157. Lepiaoateua triatcBchua (Bloch & Schneider). Alligator Gar; Chreat Gar; 

Manjuiiri, 

Rivers of the Southern States; Cuba and northern Mexico; north to St. Louis 

and Cincinnati. 
Eaox triatoichtM Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 396, 1801, Cuba; after Ifaa- 

juari of Para. 

158. Lepiaoateua tropicua (Gill). 

Streams of the Pacific Coast of Central America. 

Atraotoateua tropicua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 172, streams near 
Panama. 

Order L. C7CLOGANOIDEA. The Bowfina. 
Family XXXTTT. AMIIDiB. The Bowfina. 



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Amia Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 500, 1766 {oalva), 

159. Amia calva Linnaeus. Mudfiah; Dogfish; Bowfin; Grindle; "John A, Grin- 
die'*; Lawyer; Poiaaon de Maraia, 

Great Lakes and sluggish waters from Minnesota to Virginia, Florida, and 

Texas; abundant. 
Amia ealva LinnaBUS, Syst^Nat., ed. xii, 500, 1766, C\\ax\Qfttou,^u>i>DL^vt^vi\»^ 



228 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FI8HERIB& 

Series TELEOSTBI. The Bony Fiahes. 

Subclass OSTARIOPH7SI. 
Order M. NEMATOONATHL The Catfishes. 
Family XXXIV. BILURIDiB. The Catfiahea. 

Oenus 68. FELICHTHT8 SwaixiMii. Gaff-fopaail Catfishei. 

Felichthys Swaiuson, Nat. Hist. Fishes, ii, 305, 1839, sabstitute for 

(fro^re). 

160. Felichthys panamensis (Gill). 

Mazatlan to Panama; common. 

Ailurichthya panamensis Gill, Proc. Ao. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1863, 172, Panama. 

161. Felichthys bagre (Lmna^ns). * 

Coast of Brazil, accredited to the West Indies, but rare north of Surinam. 
Silurus bagre Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. xu, 505,1766, South America; after 
Gronow. 

162. Felichthys pinnimaculatus (Steindachner). 

Mazatlan to Panama. 

Ailurichthys ptn ntmaculatii^ Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 15, 1875^ Panama, 
Altata, Costa Kica. 

163. Felichthys eydouxii (Cuvier &. Valenciennes). 

Gnayaqnil. 

Galeichthys eydouxii Cuvier «& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 43, 1840; 
Guayaquil. 

164. Felichthys filamentosua Swainson. 

Atlantic Coast of tropical America. 

Felichthys filamentosua Swainson, Nat. Hist. Anim.,ii, 305, 1839; after Blocb, 
pi. 365. 

165. Felichthys marinus (Mitchill). Sea Catfish; Gaff Topsail, 

Cape Cod to Texas. 

Silurus marinus Mitchill, Trans. Lit. and Phil. See. N. Y., i, 1815, 433, New 
York. 

166. Felichthys bahiensis (Castelnau). 

Mexico to Bahia. 

Galeichthys bahiensis Castlenau, Anim. Amer. Snd, 37, 1855, Bahia. 

Oenus 68. 0ALEICHTHT8 Cavier ft Valendennes. Sea Catfishes. 

Galeichthys Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 28, 1840 (feliceps). 

167. Galeichthys lentiginosus (Eigenmann & Eigenmann). 

Panama. 

Tachisurus lentiginosus Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, 139, 
Panama. 

168. Galeichthys peruvianus Liitken. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico to Peru. 

Galeichthys perurianus Liitken, Vidensk. Med. 1874, 204, Callao, Pern. 

Hnbfrenaii IIKXANEXATICHTHTS Bleeker. 

IfejraHrmatichthys Bleeker, Ichthyol. Archip. Indici Siluri, 61, 1858 (sundaieus), 

169. Galeichthys fells (Linmrns). Sea Catfish, 

Caj»o (.'o<l to Texas. 

Silurus fdis Linmuus, Syst. Nat., ed. xu, 503, 1766, Charleston, South Carolina. 

170. Galeichthys seemani (Glint her). 

Panama. 

^rius seemani Giinther, Cat., v, 147, 1864, ** Central America." 



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171. Galeichthya gilbert! Jordan & Williams. 

Coast of Sinaloa, Mexico. 

GaJeichthys gilberti Jordan & Williams, Fishes of Sinaloa, in Proc. Cal. Ac. 
Sci. 1895, 395, pi. 26, Mazatlan, Sinaloa. 

172. Galeichthya jordanl (Eigenmann & Eigenmann). 

Panama. 

Taohi8uru8 jordani Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proo. Cal. Ao. Sci. 1888, 142, 
Panama. 

173. Galeichthya csBruleacena (Gilnther). 

West coast of Guatemala. 

Arius ccerulescent GUnther, Cat., v, 149, 1864, Rio Hnamnchal, Guatemala. 

174. Galeichthya guatemalenaia (GUnther). 

Mazatlan to Central America. 

Arius guatemalenns GUnther, Cat., v, 145, 1864, Guatemala; Chiapas. 

175. Galeichthya aaaimilia (GUnther). 

Atlantic Coast of Central America. 

Arius assimilis Giinther, Cat., v, 146, 1864, Lake Yzabal,^natemala. 

176. Galeichthya aurinamenaia (Blocker). 

Suriniim. 

Hexanematichthys surinamensis Bleeker, Versl. Med. Akad. Wet. Amsterd. 1862, 
380, Surinam. 

177. Galeichthya azureua Jordan &, Williams. Bagre AzuL 

Coast of Sinaloa, Mexico. 

Oaleichthi/8 azureus Jordan «& Williams, Fishes of Sanaloa, in Proc. Cal. Ac. 

Sci. 1895, 398, pi. 27, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

% 

178. Galeichthya daaycephalua (GUnther). 

Panama. 

Arius dasycephalus GUnther, Cat., v, 157, 18&4, Oahu ; apparently an error. 

179. Galeichthya longioephalua (Eigenmann & Eigenmann). 

Panama. 

Tachisurns longicephalus Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, 
143, Panama. 

180. Galeichthya nigiapinia (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Surinam to Para. 

Arius ruffispinis Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 77, 1840, 
Cayenne. 

181. Galeichthya phrygiatua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Surinam to Maranhtlo. 

Arius phrygiatus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 79, 1810, 
Cayenne. 

OenuB 70. SCIADEICHTHT8 Bleeker. 
Sciadeichthys Bleeker, Ichthyol. Archip. Indict Silurl, 62, 1858 (emphysetus). 

182. Sciadeichthya troacheli (Gill). Bagre Colorado, 

Mazatlan to Panama. 

Sciades troscheli (iill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 171, Panama. 

183. Sciadeichthya emphyaetua (MUller & Troschel). 

Surinam. 

Bagrus (Sciades) emphysettis MUller & Troschel, Horte Ichthyol., iii, 8, 1849, 
Surinam. 

184. Sciadeichthya temminokianua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Cayenne, French Guiana. 

Bagrus temminokianus Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 463, 1839, 
Cayenne, French Guiana. 



230 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

185. Sciadeichthys flavescens (Cayier &, ValenciemiM). 

Cayenne, French Guiana. 

Bagrua flaveacena Cuvior & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poias., Xiv, 462, 1839^ 
Cayenne, French Guiana. 

186. Sciadeichthya mesopa (Cayier & Valenoiennee). 

French Guiana. 

Bagrua meaopa Cuyier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 456y 1889, Frenck 
Guiana. 

187. Sciadeichthya proopa (Cuyier & Valenciennes). 

West Indies from Porto Rico to Surinam and south to Pemambaoo. 
Bagruaproopa Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 457, 1899, Cayenne, 
French Guiana; Surinam; Porto Rico. 

188. Sciadeichthya paaaany (Cuyier & Valenciennes). 

Cayenne, French Guiana. 

Bagrua paaaany Cuvier Jk Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiaa., xiv, 458, 1830^ 
Cayenne, French Guiana. 

189. Sciadeichthya albicana (Cuyier &, Valenciennes). 

Guiana to the Amazon. 

Bagrua albicana Cuyier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 461, pi. 490, 

1839, Cayenne, French Guiana. 

Genus 71. SSLEKASPIS Bleaker. 
Selenaspia Bleekor, Ichthyol. Archip. Indici Siluri, 62, 1858 {kerMhergii). 

190. Selenaapia herzbergii (Bloch). • 

Coasts of South America from Cayenne to Para; common. 
Silurua htrzbergii Blooh, Ichthyol., vm, 33, pi. 367, 1801, Surinam. 

191. Selenaapia dowU (Gill). 

Panama to Guayquil. 

Leptariua dowii Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 170, Panama. 

192. Selenaapia parkerl (Traill). Breaaan, 

Guiana to Para. 

Silurua parkeri Traill, Mem. Werner. Soc, vi, 1832, 377, pi. 6, Qniana. 

193. Selenaapia luniacutia (Cuyier Sl Valenciennes). 

Surinam to Rio Janeiro; common. 

Ariua luniacutia Cuyier «& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 109, 1840, BranL 

Genus 72. HETTTMA Bleeker. 
Xetuma Bleeker, Ichthyol. Archip. Indici Siluri, 62, 1858 (notnia). 

SabveDoi NOTARIIJH tilll. 
Xotariua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 170 (dawi). 

194. Netuma grandicaaaia (Cuyier & Valenciennes). 

Guiana to Hahia. 

Ariua grandicaaaia Cuyier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 53, pL 427, 

1840, Guiana. 

195. Netuma atricticaaaia (Cuyier <&. Valenciennes). 

Surinam to Hahia. 

Ariua atricticaaaia Cuvi«T & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., XV, 58, 1840, 
Cayenne, French Guiana. 

196. Netnma dubia (Blocker). 

Surinam. 

Xetuma dubia Bleeker, Vcrsl. Med. Ac. Wet. Amsterd., xiv, 1862, 382, Sarinam. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 231 

197. Netumakeaslerl (Steindachner). 

Altata to Panama. 

Arius kessleri Steindaohner, Ichth. Beltr., iv, 24, 1876, Altata; Panama. 

198. Netuma insculpta (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Panama. 

AHusinsculptusJoTdAn&GUheTt, Ball.U. S. Fish Com. 1882(1883), 41, Panama. 

199. Netuma planicepa (Steindachnor). 

Altata to Panama. 

Arius planicepa Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 1876, 26, Altata; Panama. 

200. Netuma platypogon (Giinther). 

Gulf of California to Pern. 

Arius plaiypogon Giinther, Cat., v, 147, 1864, San Jos^ de Guatemala. 

201. Netuma oacola (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Arius osoulus Jordan <& Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1882 (1883), 46, Panama. 

202. Netuma elattura (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Anus elatturus Jordan <& Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1882 (1883), 45, Panama. 

203. Nettuna inaularum Flora Hartley Greene. 

Galapagos Islands. 

Netuma insularum Flora Hartley Greene, in Jordan & Evermann, Fishee North 
and Middle America, 73, 1896, Galapagos Islands. 

Oeniu 73. TACHTSUBUS Lao^ede. 

Tachysurus Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 151, 1803 (ohinensis), 

204. TaohysuruB nuchalis (GUnther). 

Guiana. 

Arius nuchalis GUnther, Cat., v, 171, 1864, British Guiana. 

205. TachyauruB fiaaua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Surinam. 

Arius fissus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 107, 1840, Cayenne. 

206. TachyauruB apizii (Agassiz). 

Coast of Guiana and Brazil, south to Santos. 

Pimelodus spixii Agassiz, Gen. Si>ec. Piso. Brasil., 19, 1829; after Spix. 

207. TachyauruB melanopua (Giinther). 

Both coasts of Central America; Rio Motagna; Panama. 
Arius melanopus Giinther, Cat., v, 172, 1864, Rio Motagua. 

208. Taohyaurua furthli (Steindachner). 

Panama. 

Arius furtkii Steindachner, Ich. Beitr., iv, 29, 1876, Panama. 

209. Tachyaurua llropua Bristol. 

San Juan Lagoon, Rio Ahome, Sonora. 

Tachysurus liropus Bristol Ms;, San Juan Lagoon, Rio Ahome, Sonora. 

210. Tachyaurua varioloaua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Cayenne, French Guiana. 

Arius variolosus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 107, 1840, 
Cayenne, French Guiana. 

211. Tachyaurua multiradiatua (Giinther). 

Rio Bayano, near Punama. 

Arius multiradiatus GUnther, Cat., v, 173, 1864, Rio Bayano; after Kner« 



232 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHEBIEa. 

Genus 74. CATH0R0P8 Jordan ft Gilbert 
Caihorops Jordan &, Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish. Com. 1882, 54 ihifpopk(Ulmu\. 

212. Cathoropa hypophthalmua (SteindachDer). 

Panama. 

Arius hypophthalmua Steindaohner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 31, pi. 10, 1875, Puibi 

213. Cathoropa guloaua (Eigenmann <& Eigenmann). 

Panama. 

Tachiaurus guloaua Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proo. CaL Ac. Sci. 1888,11 
Panama. 

Genus 76. ICTALTTBTT8 Baflnesqne. Channel Caia. 
Ictalurua Rafinesqne, Ichth. Ohiensis, 61, 1820 {maculatu8^=punoiaiua). 

214. IctaluruB furcatua (LeSneur). Chuckle-head Cat. 

Ohio to Iowa and Texas. 

Pimelodua furcatua LeSiienr, in Cnvier «& Valenciennes, Hiat. Nat. PoisBMi 
136, 1840, New Orleans. 

215. Ictalurua punctatua (Rafinesqae). Channel Cat; White Cat; Blue Cat 

Rivers of Great Lakes region and Mississippi Valley and streama tributary 

tbo Golf of Mexico. 
Silurua punctatua Riifinesque, Amer. Month. Mag. 1818, 359, Ohio RiTer. 

216. Ictalurua merldionalia (Giinther). 

Rio rsiimacinta, Guatemala. 

Jmiurua meridionalia Giinther, Cut., v, 102, 1864, Rio Usnmacinta. 

Genus 76. VHIABIITS Butter. 

Villariua Rntter, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 18%, 256 (pHcei). 

217. Villariua price! Rntter. 

Northwestern Mexico. 

Villariua pricei Rutter, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 2,57, Rio Yaqni, Sonora. 

218. Villariua dugesi (Bean). 

Rio Ttirbio, Guanajnato, Mexico, west of the Sierra Madre. 

Amiurua dugeai Beau, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 304, Rio Turbio, Mexico. 

Genus 77. AlusiunUS Baflnesque. 
Ameinrua Rafinesque. Ichth. Ohiensis, 65, 1820 {cupreua:=natali8), 

Sabyenaii HAUSTOR Jordmn k ETemiAnn. 

JIauator .Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 137, 1) 
{lacuatria), 

219. AmeiuruB lacuatria (Walbanra). Catfish of the Lakes; Great Fork-tailed d 

Miaaiaaippi Cat; Florida Cat; Flannel-mouth Cat; Mathemeg, or V 
Fiah, 

Saskatchewan River and Great Lakes to Florida and Texas. 

Gradua lacuatria Walbanm, Artedi Piscium, 144, 1792, Arctic America. 

220. Ameiurus lupua (Girard). 

Rio Nueces and Rio Pecos, Texas. 

Fimelodua Itf/>ii« (iirard, Pac. R. R. Surv., x, 211, 1858, Rio Pecos, Texas. 

221. Ameiurus oatua (Linnieus). White Cat; Channel Cat of the Potomac. 

Delaware River to Texas; introduced into Sacramento and San Joaqi 

rivers. 
Siluruf catua Linmeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 305, 1758, northern part of Amerii 

. AmeiuruB okeechobeenaia (Ileilprin). Okeechobee Catfiah. 
Florida. 

Ictalurua okeechobtenaia Heilprin, Trans. Wagner Inst. Sci. Phila., i, 18 
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Hnbgenai UIGIIJRUS Rafinenqae. 

223. Ameiums erebeDnuB Jordan. 

New Jersey to Florida. 

Amiunis crebennus Jordan, Bnll. U. S.Nat. Mns., X;85, figs. 19 and 20, 1877, 
St. Johns River, Florida. 

224. Ameiurus natalis (LeSuonr). Yellow Cat. 

Great Lakes reckon to Virginia and Texas. 

Pimelodus natalis LeSueur, M^m. Mus., v, 154, 1819, North America. 

225. Ameiurus vulgaris (Thompson). 

Vermont to Minnesota and IllinoiM. 

Pimelodiis vulgaris Thompson, Hist. Verinont, 138, 1842, Lake Champlain. 

226. Ameiurus nebuloBUB (LeSuear). Homed Pout; Common Bullhead ; Schuylkill 

Cat; Small Catfish; Sacramento Cat, 

Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, eastward to Maine, sonth westward to Texas, and 
southeastward to Florida; introduced into the Sacramento, San Joaquin, 
Humboldt, »nd Gila rivers. 

Pimelodus nebulosus LeSnear, M^m. Mus., v, 149, 1819, Lake Ontario. 

226a. Ameiurus nebulosus catulus (Girard). 

Texas and northward into Arkansas. 

Pimelodus catulus Girard, Pac. R. K. Surv., x, 208, 1858, Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

226b. AmeiuruB nebuloBUB marmoratUB (Holbrook). 

Indiana to Florida. 

Pimelodun marmoratus Holbrook, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1855, 64, South 
Carolina. 

227. Ameiurus melas (Rafinesqno). Black Bullhead; Small Catfish. 

Northern New York to Kansas and Texas. 

Silurus melas Ratinesque, Quart. Jonr. Sci. Lit. Arts Lond. 1820, 51, Ohio 
River. 

228. Ameiurus platycephalus (Girard). Mud Cat; Broxcn Cat. 

Carolina and ea^itern Georgia, from Cape Fear River to the Chattahoochee. 
Pimelodus platycephalus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 161, Ander- 
son, South Carolina. 

SttbgrenuR ORONIAS Cope. 

Gronias Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 231 (nigrilabris). 

229. Ameiurus nigrilabris (Cope). 

Cave streams tributary to Conestoga River in eastern Pennsylvania. 
Gronias nigrilabris Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 231, Conestoga River, 
Pennsylvania. 

Oenns 78. LEPTOFS BafinesQae. 
Leptops Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 64, 1820 (viscosus:=olivaris). 

230. Leptops olivariB (Rafinesque). Mud Cat; Yellow Cat; Bashaw; Russian Cat. 

Rivers of the Mississippi Valley and Southern States, sonthwest to Chi- 

huahna, Mexico. 
Silurus olivaris Rafinesque, Amor. Month. Mag. 1818, 355, Ohio River. 

Genus 79. NOTUBUS Bafineaqne. Stone Cats. 
Xoturus Rafinesque, Amer. Month. Mag., November, 1818, 41 (Jlavus), 

231. Noturus flavus Rafinesque. Stone Cat. 

Great Lakes region, westward and sonth to Montana, Wyoming, and Texas. 
Noturus fiavus Rafinesque, Amer. Month. Mag. 1818, 41, Falls of Ohio Rvv«.r. 



234 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF PISH AND PISHBKIE8. 

Oeniis 80. SCEILBEODES Bleeker. Mad Tomt, 
Schilbeodes Bleeker, Ichth. Archip. Indioi. Prodr. SUarL, 258, 1858 (^jfnsMj. 

SttbceBUR 8CHILBEODE8 Bleeker. 

232. Schilbeodes gyxinus (Mitchill). 

Hudson River and westward through the Mississippi Valley, the upper lake 

region, and Rainy River. 
Silunu gyHnuB Mitchill, Amer. Month. Mag. 1818, 322, Wftlkill River, New 

York. 

233. Schilbeodes leptacanthus (Jordan). 

Gulf States. 

Noturus leptacanthuH Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 352, Etowah 
. River, Rome, Georgia. 



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8%bgenai BABIDA Jordan k Eremuinii. 

Rahida Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 146, 1896 
(furiosus), 

234. Schilbeodes noctomus (Jordan &, Gilhert). 

Lower Wahash River in Indiana, and the Poteau, Washita, and Saline 

rivers, Arkansas. 
Xoturus rioctumus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 6, Saline River 

at Benton, Arkansas. 

235. Schilbeodes funebris (Gilbert & Swain). 

Tributary of Black Warrior River, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 
Noturus funebris Gilbert & Swain, Bull. U. S. Fish. Com. 1889, 153, Nortli 
River, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

236. Schilbeodes ezilis (Nelson). 

Wisconsin to Missouri and Kansas. 

Noturus exilis Nelson, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., vol. 1, No. 1,51, 1876, Illinois 
River. 

237. Schilbeodes insignia (Richardson). Mad Tom, 

Pennsylvania to South Carolina. 

Pimelodus intngne Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., in, 132, 1836; baaed on 
Pimelode livr^e LeSueur. 

238. Schilbeodes gilberti (Jordan & Evermann). 

Roanoke River in southwestern Virginia. 

Noturus gilberti .Jordan & Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 362, Roanoke 
River, Roanoke, Virginia. 

239. Schilbeodes eleutherus (Jordau). 

Mississippi > alley. 

Noturus eleutherus Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., xi, 1876 (1877), 371, Big 
Pigeon River, Newport, Tennessee. 

240. Schilbeodes miums (Jordan). 

MissisHippi Valley and tributaries of Lake Michigan, south to Lonisiana. 
Noturus miurus Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1877, 371, AVhite Kiver, 
Indiana. 

241. Schilbeodes furiosus (Jordan «& Meek). 

Kastern and central North Carolina. 

Noturus furioHus Jordan A Meek, Proc. U. S.Nat. Mus. 1888, 351, Nease River, 
Milbumic, North Carolina. 

Oeniis 81. RHAMDIA Bleeker. Jiagre^ de Rio. 

nhamdia Bleeker, Ichth. Arch. Ind. Siluri., 197, 1858 {quelen). 

Kabr^anii RHAXDIA Bleeker. 

242. Rhamdia wagneri (Ciiinther). Barbudo, 

Kivcrs of Central America. 

rimelodim iraj/nrri (iUnther, Fishes Cent. Am., 474, 1869, Atlantic and Pacific 
riven of Panama. 






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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 235 

Rabgenai BHAHDELLA ElfrenmaiiB ft ElyemBann. 

Bhamdella Eigenmann &, Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., 2d series, i, 1888, 
129 (eriarcka), 

243. Rhamdia baronia-mulleri (Troscbel). 

"Pacific Ocean" in Mexico. 

Pimelodus baroniS'tniilleri Troschel, in MUller's Beitrage znr Geschichte, 
Statistik nnd Zoologie von Mexico, iii, 636, 1865, no definite locality. 

244. Rhamdia motaguenaia (Giinther). 

Rio Motagua, Gaatemala. 

PimeloduB motagnensis Giinther, Cat., v, 127, 1864, Rio Motagna, Guatemala. 

245. Rhamdia brachyptera (Cope). 

Orizaba, Mexico. 

Pimelodus Ifrachypterus Cope, Trans. Am. Phil. Soc. 1866, 404, Orizaba, Mexico. 

246. Rhamdia aalvini (Giinther). 

Rio San Geronimo. Guatemala. 

Pimelodus ealvini (iiinther, Cat., v, 130, 1864, Rio San Geronimo, Gnateuala. 

247. Rhamdia h3rpBelara (Giinther). 

Mexico. 

Pimelodu8 hypselurtu Giinther, Cat., v, 126, 1864, Mexico. 

248. Rhamdia laticauda (Heckel). 

Mexico. 

Pimelodus laticaudu8 Heckel, in Kner, Sitz. Wien. Ac, xxvi, 420, 1757, Mexico. 

249. Rhamdia godmani (Giinther). 

Valley of Rio Usumacinta, Guatemala. 

Pimelodus godmani Giinther, Cat., v, 124, 1864, Rio Usumacinta, Guatemala. 

250. Rhamdia guatemalenaia (Giinther). 

Rio Huamuchal, Guatemala. # 

Pimelodus guatemalensis Giintber, Cf^., v, 122, 1864, Rio Huamuchal, Guate- 
mala. 

251. Rhamdia nicaraguenaia (Giinther). 

Lake Nicaragua, Nicaragua. 

Pimelodus nioaraguei^sis Gdnther, Cat., v, 125, 1864, Lake Nicaragua. Nica- 
ragua. 

252. Rhamdia microptera (Giinther). 

Rio San Geronimo, Guatemala. 

Pimelodus micropterus Giinther, Cat., v, 124, 1864, Rio San Geronimo. Guate- 
mala. 

253. Rhamdia managuenais (Giinther). 

Lake Managua, Nicaragua. 

Pimelodus managuensis Giinther, Fishes Cent. Am., 474, 1869, Lake Managua, 
Nicaragua. 

254. Rhamdia polycaula (Gtlnther). 

Rio San Geronimo, Guatemala. 

Pimelodus polyoaulus Giinther, Cat., v, 131, 1864, Rio San Geronimo, Guate- 
mala. 

255. Rhamdia petenenaia (Giinther). 

Lake Peten, Yucatan. 

Pimelodus peienensis Giinther, Cat., v, 126, 1864, Lake Peten, Yucatan. 

256. Rhamdia parryi (Eigenmann). 

Rio Zanalenco, Cbiapas. 

Bhamdella parryi Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, 130, Rio ZiM[i«\«i!kKx^^ 
Chiapaa. 



236 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oeniu 82. FIMELODELLA Eigenmaan k Kigwimann, 
Pimelodetla Eigenmann &, EigenmaoD, Proc. Cal. Ac Sci. 1888, 131 (crittafiu). 

257. Pimelodella chagreai (Steindachner). 

Rio Chagres, Panama. 

Pimelodus chagreH Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 34, 1876, Rio Cliagret, tt 
Obispo. 

258. Pimelodella modesta (Giinther). 

Esmeraldas, Ecnador ; also recorded, perhaps donbtfUly, from Rio Chamt. 
Pimelodus modestus Gtinther, Proc. Zool. Soo. Lond. ISiOO, 289, EanAeialdai, 
Ecuador. 

Qmxm 88. PIMELODUS LaoepMe. Congroa Barboeoe, 

Pimelodus I.ac^^pcde, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 94, ISOS (quadrimaeulatu9,'etc.; 
includes various genera). 

259. Pimelodus maculatus Ivac^p(>de. Congro Barhoao, 

Rio Mamoni (Panama) and southeastward to Rio de la Plata. 
Pimelodus maculatus Lac^pt^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., V, 94, 107, 1803^ Rio de la 
Plata. 

Family XXXV. LORICARIIDJEI. 

Oenni 84. LORICABIA linnflsni. 

Laricaria Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 307, 1758 (cataphraoUi), 

Habgenai HEHIODOX Kner. 

Bemiodan Kner, Panzerwelso, 89, 1853 (depressus), 

260. Loricaria panamensia Eigenmann &. Eigenmann. 

Panama. 

Loricaria panamensis Eigenmann & Eigenmann, S. A. Nematognathi, 865, 1890, 
Panama. 

S«b|r««aii JiTCRISOMA Swain loii. 

Siurisoma Swainson, Nat. Hist. Fishes, ii, 304, 1839 (rostrata). 

261. Loricaria rostrata Spix. 

Rivers of eastern South America from Panama to Paraguay River. 
JAn-ivaria rostrata Spix, Pise. Hrasil., 5, 1829, Rio Blanco. 

Nabg««ai BHiELOBirARIA Ble«ker. 

RineloHcaria Bleaker, Nederl. Tijdschr. Dierk., 80, 1863 (lima). 

262. Loricaria lima Kner. 

Brazil, from Parahyba River northward to Panama. 
Loricaria lima Kner, Panzerwelse, 89, 1853, Brazil. 

263. Loricaria bransfordi Gill. 

IsthmuH of Panama. 

Loricaria bransfordi CAM Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1876, 338, Empire Station, 
Isthmus Railway, Panama. 

Kabfreauii PABAHEXIODOX Ble^kfr. 

Parahemiodon Blocker, Nederl. Ti,jd8chr. Dierk., 80, 1863 (typus). 

264. Loricaria uracantha Kner «& Steindachner. 

Rio ChagrcH. Panama. 

Loricaria uracantha Kner & Steindachner, Abh. Bayer. Ac. Wiss., 56, 1865, 
Rio Chagres, Panama. 



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8abgena« LORICABIA LiniiKVi. 

265. Loricaria variegata Steindachner. 

Rio Mamoni, Panama. 

Loricaria variegata Stoindaohner, FlussfiBcbe Siidamer., i, 15, 1879, Rio 
Manioni, Panama. 

Oeniu 86. HEMIAHCI8TBUS Bleeker. 
Hemiancistrus Bleeker, Tijdscbr. Dierk., i, 78, 1863 (mediana), 

266. Hemianciatrus guacharote (Cnvicr <& Valenciennes). 

Porto Rico. 

HypoHtomua guacharote Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xv, 508, 
1840, Porto Rico. 

267. Hemianciatrus aspidolepis (GUnther). 

Veragiia. 

Ch(tto8tomu8 aspidoJepis Giinther, Fishes Central Amer., 478, 1869, Vera^j^^a. 

Oeniis 86. CHJETOSTOKUS Xner. 

Choftostomus Kner, Hypostomiden, 272, 1853 (loborhynchus), 

268. Cheetostomus fischeri Steindachner. Couchu, 

Rio Mamoni, near Panama. . 

Chcetostomua fischeri Steindachner, Flussiische Siidamer., i, 14, 1879, Rio 
Mamoni, Panama. 

Oenns 87. ANCI8TRUS Kner. 

Anciatrus Kuer, Hypostomiden, 272, 1853 {drrhoaua). 

269. Ancistnis chagreai Eigenmann &. Eigenmann. , 

Rio Chagres, Panama. 

Ancialrua chagreai Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Soi. 1889, 47, Rio 
Chagres, Panama. 

Order* N. PLBCTOSPOND7LI. The Carp-like Fiahes. 
Suborder BVENTOQNATHI. The Carps. 
Family XXXVI. CAT08TOMIDJ3. The Suckers. ^ 

Oeniis 88. ICHtJBUS^3aflnesqne. Buffalo-fiahea. ^M^AjOD^^ ^^^^ 

Ictiobua Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 55, 1820 (huhalua), 

%ab9MMiS$£n6mmS6^ Csrler k TaleBeiennei. ^^9-* 

Sclerognathua Cuvier & Valei^Diennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvii, ,477, 1844 

270. lotiobus cyprineDa (Cuvier &. Valenciennes). Red-mouth Suffalo-fiah; Com- 

mon Buffalo-fish, 

Mississippi Valley. 

Sclerognathua cyprinella Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. "N^. Poiss., xvii, 477, 
1844, Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. 




Sttbgenai IflfHODira Bsflneigse. /CT^'C?©^-^ r r. if 

271. Ictiobua urua (Agassiz). Mongrel Buffalo, ^- ^M'-t*-^ < ^^ ^j/^ 

Mississippi Valley. 

Carpiodea urua Agassiz, Amer. Jour. Sci. Arts 1854, 355, Tennessee River, 
Huutsville, Alabama. 

272. Ictiobua merldionalis (Giinther). 

Rio Usnmacinta, Guatemala. 

Sclerognathua meridionalia GUnther, Cat., vii,23, lft6ft,\V\o\3%\uawi\Ti\»»,C>\\'a.\.^- 
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273. Ictiobus bubalas (Rafinesque). Small'm4>utked Buffalo; Siuar^haeked BuffaU; 

Sucker-mouthed Buffalo. 

Mississip])! Valley and southward. 

Amblodon huhaluB Rafinesque, Jour. Phys. 1818, 421, Ohio Riirer. 

Geniif 89. CABPI0DE8 Baflnetque. 
Carpiodes Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohlensis, 56, 1820 (oypriftiM). 

274. Carpiodes carpio (Rafinesque). Carp Sucker, 

Ohio Valley, soathwest to central Texas. 

Catoatomus carpio Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohlensis, 56, 1Q20, Falls of Ohio River. 

275. Carpiodes difformis Cope. 

Ohio Valley and westward. 

Carpiodes difformis Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soo. Phila. 1870, 480^ Wabaah River. 

276. Carpiodes thompsonl Agassiz. Lake Carp; **Drum." 

Lake Champlain and Great Lakes region. 

Carpiodes tkompsoni Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1855, 191, Lake Champlain. 

277. Carpiodes velifer (Rafinesqne). Quillhack; Spearfiaih; SailfiBh; Skimhadc. 

Mississippi Valley and southwestwanl to Rio Grande and upper Miasoiizi. 
Catosiomus velifer Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 56, 1820, Ohio River. 

278. Carpiodes cyprinus (LeSaeur). Eastern Carp Sucker, 

Streams about C'hcsapeake Bay. 

Catosiomus cyprinus Letiuenr, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sol. Phila., i, 1817, 91, Elk River 
and other tributaries of Chesapeake Bay. 

Genus 90. CTCLEFTITS Baflneeqne. Bluckhorse, 

Cycleptus RafinesV^ue, Jour. Phys. 1819, 421 {nigrescens). 

279. Cycleptus elongatus (LeSueur). Blackhorse; Gourd-seed Suoker; Mleeauri 

Sucker; Suckerel. 

Upper Mississippi Valley. 

Catostomus elongatus LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Kat. Sci. Phila., I, 1817, 108, Ohio 
River. 

Oeniif 91. PAHTOSTEUS Cope. Mountain 'Suckers, " " * " • ^ *• 

Pantosteus Cope, Lieut. Wheeler's £xpl. W. 100th Mer., v, 873, 1876 {pU- 

lyrhynch us = gen erosus ) . 



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%f^ Gila Basin, Arizona. 



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FantosieuH arizonw Gilbert, in Jordan &, Evermann, Fish. N. and M. 
170, 1896, Salt River, Tempo, Arizona. 



281. Pantosteus generosus (Girard). Mountain Sucker, 
/ . 4 -r^ Gre»*-Bil!wwnkMJtah. L^W^t VAm^ 

v A^ CaiostomuH qenerosus Girard, l^oc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 174, Cottonirood 
/' ^ ^ ^''•*^«^» '^^*^- 't-tv ^gj^ . ^bv^^r:^ *AW\*e^-<4Al> * 

282. Pantosteus plebeius (Baird & Girard). 
^ .. Basin of tlie Rio (Jninde. 

^^y Catostomus plebeius Baird & (Hrard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 28, Bio 
VAt^ Mimbrc8, a tributary of Lake Guzman, Chihuahua. 



283. Pantosteus delphinus (Cope). Blue-headed Sucker, 

Mountain streams tributary to the Colorado River in western Colorado and 

Wjominj^. 
Minomus drlphinun Cope, llaydrn's Geol. Surv. Wyoming for 1870 (1872)^435, 

probably Hrnry I'ork of Green River, Wyoming. 

284. Pantosteus guzmaniensis (Girard). 

StreamH of Coahnila and Chihuahua tributary to the Rio (trando. 
"Uostomus ynzmanien^is Girnrd, Proc. Ac. "Nat. ^c\. V\iWw. \>S5fe, Vt^, 
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285. Pantosteus jordani EvermaDn. 

Upper Missouri and Columbia River basins. 

Pantoeteua jordani Evermann. Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1892 (January 27, 1893), 51, 
Wbiiewood Creek aud other streams of the Black Hills, South Dakota. 

286. PantosteuB arseopus (Jordau). 

Kern River, California ; Carson River and Reese River, Nevada. 
Cato8tomH8 ar(Fopu8 Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xii, 173, 1878, Kern River, 
California. .^^^.»«^.-^ ,.^ 

287. PantosteuB clarki (Baird & Girard). 

Rio Gila and tributaries in Arizona... : 

CatoBtomue clurki Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 27, Rio Santa 
Cruz, Gila Basin, Arizona. 

Oeniis 92. CATOSTOMUS LeSnenr. Fine-scaled Suckers, 

Catoatomus LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1, 1817, 89 (catostomue), 

8ttbgenai CATOSTOMUS LeSvear. 

288. Catostomus latipinnis Baird Si Girard. Flannel-mouthed Sucker, 

Rio Colorado and Rio Gila and their tributaries. ' 

Catostomus latipinnU Baird <& Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 388, Rio 
San Pedro, Gila Basin. 

269. CatoatomuB disoobolas Cope. 

Upper Colorado Basin. 

Catostomus discobolus Cope, Hay den's Geol. Surv. Wyo., 435, 1870 (1872), Green 
River, Wyoming. 

290. CatOBtomuB griaeuB (Girard). 

Platte River and upper Missouri region. 

Acomus j/metM Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856,174, Sweetwater Fork 
of Platte River, Wyoming. 

291. Catostomus retropinnis Jordan. 

Northern Montana. 

Catostomus retropinnis Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xii, 178, 1878, Milk River, 
Montana. 

292. Catostomus pocatello Gilbert <& Evermann. Moogadee, 

Upper Snake River basin ; the type from near Pocatello, Idaho. 
Catostomus pocatello Gilbert & Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Cora. 1894, 189, 
pi. 21, fig. 1, Ross Fork of Snake River, near Pocatello, Idaho. 

293. Catostomus catostomus (Forster). Long-nosed Sucker; Northern Sucker; Bed 

Sucker, 

Great Lakes, upper Missouri River, upper Columbia, and northwestward to 
Alaska ; very abundant northward, but not coming south of latitude 40^, 

Cyprinus catostomus Forster, Phil. Trans. 1773, 155, streams about Hudson 
Bay. 

294. Catostomus tahoensia Gill &. Jordan. Tahoe Sucker. 

Lake Tahoe and Humboldt River at Wiunemucca, Nevada. 
Catostomus tahoensis Gill & Jordan, in Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xn, 173, 
1878, Lake Tahoe, California. 

295. Catostomus rez R. S. Eigenmann. 

Lost River, Tule Lake, Oregon. 

Catostomus rex Rosa Smith Eigenmann, Am. Nat., July, 1891, 667, Lost River, 
Oregon. 

Sabgenm DECACTTLUS BafiBesqae. 

Decactylus Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 60, 1820 {hostoniensis=oommersoni\) 

296. Catostomus Idl^atus Ayres. 

K 4 oma >t h Laho/)tojguu . _ 

Catostomus labiatu^^y^ies, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1855, S2, %\auiaV\i ViVkVis, Ql«^uiv. 



240 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

297. Catostomus occidentalis Ay res. Sacramento Sucker. 

Streams of Califoroia; Sacramento and San Joaqnin rivers. 
Catoatomua ocoidenialie Ayrea, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1854, 18, San Francisco. 

298. CatOBtomus bemardini Girard. 

San Bernardino Creek, a tributary of Rio Yaqui, on the boundary of 
Arizona and Sonora. 

Caiostomna bemardini Girard, I^roo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 175, San Ber- 
nardino Creek, Arizona. 

299. CatOBtomus macrocheilus Girard. Columbia River Sucker. 

Columbia River basin as far up as Flathead Lake, Montana, Upper Salmon 

Falls, and the headwaters of Salmon River. 
Cato$tomu8 macrocheilus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 175, ABtoria, 

Oregon. 

300. CatOBtomuB commerBonli (Lacdp^de). Common Sucker ; White Sucker; Brook 

Sucker; Fine-scaled Sucker. 

Quebec and the Great Lakes to Montana, Colorado, and southward to 
Missouri and Georgia. 

Cyprinus commeraonii Lacdp^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 502, 1803, locality un- 
known. 

301. CatostomuB ardena Jordan Sl Gilbert. Mullet of Utah Lake. 

Great Basin of Utah and upper Snake River, Idaho. 

Catoatomua ardena Jordan A Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 464, Utah 
Lake, l*rovo, Utah. 

302. CatOBtomus gila Kirscb. ^ \V>v^vu^ * 

Rio Gila, Arizona. * 

Catoatomua gila Kirscb, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 555, Rio Gila, Fort Thomas, 
Arizona. 

303. Catostomus insignis Baird <& Girard. 

Gila Basin, Arizona. 

Catoatomua inaignia Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 28, Rio 
. San Pedro, Arizona. 



rilal»S^lHii HYPENTELIUX lUfinesqae. 

jenteliuM R 
nigricana). 



Hypentelium Rafinesquo, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1818, 421 (macrop/erNiii= 



304. Catostomus nigricans I^eSneur. Hog Sucker; Stone-roller; Toter; Crawl-a- 
bottom; Hammer Head; Stone-lugger; Hog Molly. 

New York to Minnesota, Kansas, Arkansas, and thn Carolinas. 

Catoatomua nigricana LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1817, 102, Lake Krie. 



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305. Catostomus rhothcocus Thobum. 

Eastern Tennessee or southwestern Vire^nia. 

Catoatomua rhothfrcua Thoburn, in Jordan &. Kvermann, Fishes North and 

Middle America, 181, 1896, supposed to be from French Broad River, 

Tennessee. 

Oeniis 98. CHASMISTES Jordan. •^ * - • ' \ J v. jk-^j- ^^OV 

CAa«mi>/e« Jordan, Bull. Haydeu'H Geol. Surv. Terr., iv. No. 2, 417, 1878 (liarua). 

306. Chasmistes fecundus Cop*^ <& Yarrow. Webug Sucker. 

l.Hab Lake. 

Catoatomua fevundua Cope Sl Yarrow, Zool. Wheeler .Surv., v, 678, 1876, Utah 
Lake. 

307. Chasmistes brevirostris Cope. 

Klamath Lake, Oregon. 

Chaamiatea breviroairia Cope, Am. Nat. 1879, 785, Klamath Lake, Oregon. 

308. Chasmistes lionis (Jordan). June Sucker of Utah Lake. 

Utuh Lake. 

Cha»mintea liorua Jordan, Bull. V. S. Isat.MuH., x\\/2\^, \%1%,\5\.^ lAkA aft 
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309. Chaamlfltea cujoB Cope. Cauia. 

Pvramid Lake, Nevada. 

Chasmistea ouJu9 Cope, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1883, 149, Pyramid Lake. 

Genu 94. DELTISns Sealo. 

Deltistea Seale, Proo. Cal. Ao. Sci. 1896 {luxatua), 

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310. Deltdatea luzatua (Cope). 

Klamath Lake and Klamath River, Oregon. 

ChMmiatea luxatua Cope, Am. Nat. 1879, 784, Klamath Lake. 

Genus 95. XYSAUCHEN Eigenmann ft Kinoh. Eator-baok Suokera, 
Xyrauchen Eigenmann &, Kirscb, Proc. U. S. Nat. Miia. 1888, 556 (oypho), 

311. Xyrauchen 9jphu (IneVington). Razor-hack Sucker; Hump'hacked Sucker, 

Basin of the Colorado and Gila rivers. 

Catoatomua cypho Lockington, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1880, 237, Colorado 
River at month of the Gila, Arizona. 

312. Xyrauchen unoomj^rahgre Jordan &> Evermann. 

Uncompahg^ Mver in the jj^lbi^o .basjp. 

Xyrauchen ui^mpahgre Joraan &' Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1889 
(1891), ^, Uni^ompahgre River, Delta, Colorado. 

Genus 96. EBIMTZON Jordan. Chub Suckera. 
Erimyzon Jordan, Ball. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Hist., 95, 1876 {ohlongua), 

313. Erimyzon sucetta (Lac^^p^de). Creek-fiah; Chub Sucker, 

Great Lakes, Mississippi Valley, and eastward in lakes and lowland streams. 
Cyprinua aucetta Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 606, 1803, South Carolina. 

313a. Erimyzon aucetta oblongfua (Mitchill). 

Great Lakes region to Maine and Dakota, south to Virginia and Indian 

Territory. 
CypHnua oblongua Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, 459, New York. 

Genus 97. MnTYTBEMA Jordan. Spotted Suckera, 
Minytrema Jordan, Man. Vert. E. U. S., ed. 2, 318, 1878 (melanopa), 

314. Minytrema melanopa (Rafinesqne). Winter Sucker; Spotted Sucker, 

Great Lakes region to North Carolina, west to Texas. 

Catoatomua melanopa Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 57, 1820, Ohio River. 

Genus 98. M0X08T0MA Bafinesqoe. Redhorae, 
Moxoatoma Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 54, 1820 {aniaurum), 

315. Moxoatoma papilloamn (Cope). White Mullet, 

Dismal Swamp in Virginia to the Ocmnlgee River, Georgia. 
Ftychoatomua papilloaua Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. I4iila. 1870, 470, Catawba 
and Yadkin rivers, North Carolina. 

316. Moxoatoma anianrtim (Rafinesque). White-noaed Sucker, 

Ohio River and Great Lakes region. 

Catoatomua aniaurua Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 54, 1820, Ohio River. 

317. Mozoatoma collapanm (Cope). 

Lowland streams of North Carolina. 

Ftychoatomua ooUapaua Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Sbc. 1870, 471, Neuse, Yadkin^ and 
Catawba rivers. North Carolina. 

318. Mozoatoma bucco (Cope). 

Missouri River at St. Joseph. 

PtpchoatoMus bucco Cope, Hayden's Gool. Surv. "Wyo., 4*31 , VCT^,^\.. 3o%«v^,'^^' 

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242 EEPORT OP COMMISSIONER OP PISH AND FISHERIES. 

319. MozoBtoma pidiense (Cope). 

Great Pedee Basin. 

PtyohoBtomus jndieMis Cope, Proo. Am. Phii. Soc. Phila. 1870, 471, Yadkin 
River, North Carolina. 

320. MoxoBtoma coregonus (Cope). Blue Mullet. 

Catawba and Yadkin rivers, North Carolina. 

Ptychoetomue eoregonue Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soo. Phila. 1870, 472, Catawba 
and Yadkin rivers. 

321. Moxostoma album (Cope). 

Rivers of North Carolina. 

Ftychostomua albus Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 472, Catawba River. 

322. Mozostoma thalasBlntun (Cope). 

Yadkin River, North Carolina. 

PiychostomuB thalasainus Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 472, Yadkia 
River, North Carolina. 

323. Moxostoma congestom (Baird & Girard). Textu Redhorse. 

Streams of Texas. 

Catontomus congestus Bikiid &, Girard^ Proc. Ab. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1854,27, Rio 
Salado, Texas. 

324. Moxostoma austrintmi Bean. 

Rio de Santiago, Mexico, known from Michoacan, Mexico (west of 8iem 

Madre) ; Rio Lorma, at Salamanca. 
Myxoatoma aiistrinum Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, S02, Piedad in Morelii, 

Michoacan, Mexico. 

325. Moxostoma aureolum (LeSneur). Common Redhorse ; Mullet; White Sucker; 

Large-scaled Sucker. 

Great Lakes, Mississippi Valley, and other streams west of the AUeichenf 

Mountains, and >ve8t to the Dakotas and Manitoba. 
Catoatomue aureolus LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i, 1817, 95, Lake Kri«, 

near Bufifalo, New York. 

326. Moxostoma robustum (Cope). 

Yadkin River, North Carolina. 

J*tychoatomu8 rohuatua Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soo. Phiia. 1870, 473, Yadkin River. 

327. Moxostoma macrolepidotum (LeSuenr). 

Streams about Chesapeake and Delaware bays, and southward to North 
Carolina, east of the Alleghanies. 

Catoatomua maorolepidotua LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1, 1817, 9i, Dela- 
ware River. 

328. Moxostoma crassilabre (Cope). 

Streams of eastern North Carolina. 

Ftychoatomua crassnahrie Cope, l*roc. Am. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1879, 477, Nense 
Kiver, Kaleigh, North Carolina. 

329. Moxostoma lesueurii (RichardHon). Picconou. 

Pino Island Lake and Albany Kiver, l^ritish America. 

CatOHiomuH UHiunrii Kichardson, Franklin's •Journal, 1823,772, Pine Island 
Lake, British America. 

330. Moxostoma breviceps (Cope). 

Ohio Valley an<l (Jreat Lakes region. 

PtyvhoHtomuH hrvturpH Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870,478, Yoaghio* 
j^heny Kiver, Pennsylvania. 

331. Moxostoma conus (Cope). 

Neuse and Vadkin rivers. North Carolina. 

PtychoatomuH cohuh Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. ^ov. Phila. 1S70, 478, Yadkin RiTer. 



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332. MoxoBtoma po»ollanim Jordan. 

Soathern Mississippi to eastern Texas; Pearl, Tangipahoa, and Sabine 

rivers. 
Myxo9tofna pcdcilura J ordfkn, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mns., x, 66, 1877, Tangipahoa 



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River, Louisiana. 

333. Mozostoma mpiaoartea Jordan &, Jenkins. Jump-rocks, 

Rivers of the-Caiolinas and Georgia from the Catawba to the Chattahoochee 

River. 
Moxostoma rupiseartes Jordan &> Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 353, 

Catawba River, at Marion, N. C, and other streams in North and Soath 

Carolina. 

334. Mozoatoma cervinnm (Cope). Jumping Mullet, 

Rivers of the Soath Atlantic States from the James to the Neuse. 
Teretulus cervinus Cope, J our. Ac. Nat. Soi. Fhila. 1868, 336, headwaters of 
Roanoke and James rivers, Virginia. 

Genu 99. FLAOOPHABTVX Cope. 
riacophar^nx Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870,467 {oarinatu$^=:duque8nii). 

335. Plaoopharynx duqueanll (L e Que nr). ^t^*^*^^^**-^*^^*-*-^*-** ^^ 

Michigan (Detroit) to Tennessee, Georgia, and Arkansas. 
Catoatomus duf^ueanii LeSaeor, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i, 1817, 105, Ohio 
River at Pittsburg. 

Genu 100. LAGOCHILA Jordan ft Braytoo. Babbit-mouth Suckers. 
Lagochila. Jordan & Brayton, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 280 {lacera). 

336. Lagochila laoera Jordan &, Bray ton. Hare-lip Sucker; Cut-lipa; Split-mouth 

Sucker; May Sucker; Babbit-mouth Sucker; Fea-lip Sucker, 

Mississippi Valley, Ozark Mountains, Scioto, Tippecanoe, Clinch, Cnmber- 
land and Chickamauga rivers, and the White River of Arkansas. 

Lagochila lacera Jordan & Brayton, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 280, 
Chickamauga River, Ringgold, Georgia. 

Family ZXXVll. CTPRINIDiB. The Carpa. 

Genu 101. CAMFOSXOKA AgSMis. Stone-rollers, 
Campostoma Agassiz, Am. Jonr. Sci. Arts 1855, 218 (anomalum), 

337. Campoatoma omatom Girard. 

Chihuahua River, Mexico. 

Campostoma omatum Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 176, Chihuahua 
River, Mexico. 

338. Campoatoma price! Jordan & Thobum. 

Springs in the Chiricahua Mountains in southern Arizona, tributary to the 

Rio Yaqui. 
Campostoma pricei Jordan &, Thobum, in Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North 

and Miadle America, 205, 1896, Rucker Canyon, Chiricahua Mountains, 

Arizona. 

339. Campoatoma anomalnm (Rafinesque). Stone-roller; Stone-lugger; SteeUbacked 

Chub; Mammy; Dough-belly. 

Central New York to Tennessee, Wyoming, and Texas. 
BuHlus anomalue Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 52, 1820, Licking River, Ken- 
tucky. 

340. Campoatoma formoanlnm Girard. 

San Antonio River to the Rio Grande. 

Campostoma formoaulum Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phi\a« 185R, Yl^'Kiii ^^V» 
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244 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP PISH AKD FISHBRIE8. 

OenoB 102. OBTHODON Oirard. 

Orihodon Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 182 {mierolepidota). 

341. Orthodon microlepidotua (Ayres). Blackfish, 

Lower Sacramento and San Joaqnin rivers. 

Gila miorolepidota Ayres, Proc. Cfal. Ac. Sol., 1, 1855, 21, Sacramento and S 
Joaquin rivers, California. 



Oonns 103. OXYOENEUM Forbes. 



I. 



Oxygeneum Forbes, Bull. III. Lab. Nat. Hist., ii, 136, 1885 (pulverulentum). 

342. Oxygeneum pnlvenilentum Forbes. 

Illinois River. 

Oxygeneum pulverulentum Forbes, Bull. 111. Lab., u, 136, 1885, Illinois River. 

Oenns 104. ACBOCHEILUS Agassis. Chisel-mouths, 
Acrooheilus Agassiz, Am. Jonr. Sci. Arts 1855, 211 {alutaoema), 

343. Acrocheilus alutaceus Agassiz &, Pickering. ChUel-mouth ; Square-mauil; 

JIard-mouth, 

Lower Columbia River, as far up as Spokane and Shoahone Falls. 
Acrocheilus alutaceus Agassiz &, Pickering, Am. Jonr. Sci. Arte, xix, If^ 
214, Willamette Falls and Walla Wal& River, Oregon. 

Oenus 105. LAVIHIA Oirard. 
Lavinia Girard, l^roc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 137 (exilicauda'). 

344. Lavinia ezilicauda Baird <& Qirard. Bitch; Chi. 

Streams of tbo Coast Range about San Francisco and Monterey ; locally com- 

mou as far north as Clear liake, California. 
Lavinia exilicauda Baird &, Girard, Proo. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1^4, 137. 

Sacramento River, California. 

Genus 106. CHB080MITS Bafinesque. 

Chrosomus Ratinesiiue, Ichth. Ohiensis, 47, 1820 (erythrogatter). 

345. Chrosomus erythrogaster Rafinesque. Red-bellied Dace. 

New Brunswick to Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, and northern Alabama. 
Chrosomus erythrogaster Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 47, 1820, Ohio River. 

345a. Chrosomus erythrogaster eos Cope. 

Sus({uehanna River. 

ChroKomus eos Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 523, Meehoppen CtmL 
Su8(iuehauu:i County, Pennsylvania. 

346. Chrosomus dakotensis Evermann & Cox. 

Missouri River basiu in Nebraska and South Dakota. 

Chrosomus dakotentiis Everuiaun &■ Cox, Report U. S. Fish Com. 1894 (iJiS^S" 
Si^, (.*row Creek, Chamberlain, South Dakota. 

347. Chrosomus oreas Cope. 

Headwaters of Koanuko River, and clear tributaries of the Tennessee River. 
Chrosomus on an Cope, .lour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868,233, head, of Koanoke 
River, Montgomery County, A'irgiuia. 

Geniu 107. ALGANSEA Oirard. 

Altjanxea (;irard, Vvov.. Ac. Nat. Sei. Pliila. 18.'>6, 184 {tincella), 

348. Algansea tincella (Cuvi(^r &, Valenciennes;. 

LakcA about the City of Mexico. 

Leuciscus tinvella Ctjvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvil, 323, 18U. 
City of Mexico. 

349. Algansea lacustris 8teindachner. 

Lake P::tzeuaro, Mexico. 

AlgauHtn larimtrin Steindaehner, Einige riaeharteu Mexico's, 10, pL SL fift. 
1-16, isyD, Lake Piitzcuaro, near City of Mex.\co. 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 245 

* 

350. Algansea taraBCorum Steindacbner. 

Lake Pittzcnaro, Mexico. 

Algansea tarascorum Steindachner, Einij^e Fischarten Mexico's, 11, pi. 3, 
figs. 2-2o, Lake Piitzcaaro, near City of Mexico. 

351. Algansea dugeai Bean. 

Central Mexico, in streams tributary to Rio de Lerma. 

Algansea dufjesi Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mos. 1892, 283, Lake Ynriria, Gnan- 
ajnato, Mexico. 

352. Algansea Ballasi (Giinther). 

Streams of central Mexico. 

Ceratichihya aallm Qiinther, Cat., vii, 484, 1868, Cuernavaca, Mexico. 

Genus 108. HTBOONATHUS Agasdz. 
HyhognaihuB Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1855, 223 (nuohalis), 

Snbgenns HTBOONATHUS Agassis. 

353. Hybognathus nucha^^^gassiz. Silvery Minnow; Gudgeon. 

Clear streams from Delaware and Nense rivers to Nebraska and southward 

to Georgia and Texas. 
Hybognathus nuchalis Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1855, 224, Quincy, Illinois. 

353a. Hybognathus nuchale evansi (Girard). 

Upper Missouri Basin 

Hybognathus evansi Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 182, Fort Pierre, 
Nebraska. 

hj 

354. Hybognathus argyrit^ Girard. 

Upper Missouri region and Red River of the North. 

Hyoognathus argyiHtis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 182, Milk River. 

355. Hybognathus hayi Jordan. 

Lower Mississippi Volley and neighboring rivers in Mississippi. 
Hybognathus hayi Jordan, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1884, 548, Pearl Kiver, Miss. 



DIONDA Girard. 
Dionda Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 177 (epiaoopa). 

356. Hybognathus serenum (Girard). 

Rivers of western Texas. 

Dionda Serena QiTAvdj Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 177, Sabinal River, Texas. 

357. Hybognathus episcopum (Girard). 

Rivers of western Texas and northeastern Mexico from Rio Comal to Rio 

Grande. 
Dionda episcopa Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 177, headwaters of 

Pecos River, and Comanche Spring, tributary to Rio Grande, Texas. 

358. Hybognathus nubilum (Forbes). 

Western niinois, west to Wyoming and southwest to the Ozark region. 
Alburnops nuhihia Forbes, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., ii, 56, 1878, Rock River, 
Ogle County, Illinois. 

359. Hybognathus amarum (Girard). 

Rio Grande Basin. 

Algoma amara Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 180, lagoon near Fort 
Brown, Texas. 

360. Hybognathus melanopa (Girard). 

Streams of Coahuila, Chihuahua, and Nnevo Leon, Mexico. 
Dionda melanops Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 178, Buena Vista, 
Coahuila, Mexico. 

361. Hybognathus plumbeum (Girard). 

Tributaries of Arkansas River in Indian Territory. 

Dionda plumbea Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1^6, n%, Cwi?iO\Mi'BA.x«t. 



246 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FI8H AND FISHKRIS& 

Genu 109. PIMEPHALE8 Saflnetquo. Fai-kead$. 
Pimephalea Rafinesque, Ichth. OhiensU, 52, 1820 (pramelat). 

362. Pimephales promelas Rafinesque. FaUhead; Bladk-kead MiiMMnB, 

Lake Cham plain to Kontucky, the Dakotas, and Rio Grande. 
Fimephale8 promeloB Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 53, 1820, pond nemr Lexinf 
ton, Kentucky. 

362a. Pimephales promelas maouloaos (Giraid). 

Arkansas River ; locally ahundant. 

Pimephales maculosus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856; 180, slaicet of 
Arkansas River, Fort Makee, Arkansas. 

362b. Pimephales promelas confertus (Girard). 

Upper Rio Grande Basin : Chihuahua River, Mexico. 

Bybarhynchus confertus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phil*. 185^ 179, Ilorrsk 
l^n^KeJLu^ ' Creek, a tributary of Pooos River, Texas. 

363. Pimephales notatus (Rafinesque). Bluni-nosed Minnow, 

Generally very abaudant in small streams west of the jULJleg^haniea and ii 

the St. Lawrence River basin. ' "'•-'' 

Minnilus notatus Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 47, 1820, Ohio Kiver. 

Oeniii 110. XTLOPHABODON Ayres. 
Mylopharodon Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1855, 33 (rohu9iu9=:<ionoceplMlu9). 

364. Mylopharodon conocephalua (Baird & Girard). 

Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, California. 

Gila oonocephala Baird <& Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. ScL Phil*. 1854, 134, Sa 
Joaquiu River, California. 

Genus 111. MYLOCHEILUS Agaiiiz. 
Mtflocheilus Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1855, 229 (UUerdllM=:cmmrinuM). 

365. Mylocheilus canrinus (Richardson). Columbia Chuh, 

Streams of Oregon and Washingt-on from Frazer River to the Colnmbia. 
Cyprinus (Leuciscus) caurinus Richardson, Fauna Boresdi-Amer., ill, 304, 1836, 
Columbia River at Fort Vancouver. 

Oeniis 112. 8TTP0D0N Garman. 
Stypodon Garman, Bull. Mns. Comp. Zool., viii, 90, 1881 (9ign\fer). 

366. St3rpodon signifer Garman. 

La^o de Ibarras, an isolated laffoon in Coahnila, Mexico. 

Stypodon signifer Garman, BulL Mus. Comp. Zool., viii, 90, 1881, Lftfl^o de Par- 
ras, Coahnila, Mexico. 

Genus 113. SEMOTILUS Raflnesqne. Fall-fishes. 

Semotilus Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 49, 1820 (dorsali9 = atramaeuh»tuM), 

bi^naM LKrCOSOXrs Ilerkel. 

Leuronnmns Heekel, Russogger*H Reisen, i, 1042, 1843 {** ohrysolowms'^^earp^ 
ralis). 

367. Semotilus corporalis (Mitchill). Fall-fish; Silver Chuh; Wind-fiMk; Corporal 

Abundant from St. Lawrence River to the James, oast of the Alleffhanies. 
CypriniiH corporalis Mitchill, Amer. Mouth. Mag., i, July, 1817, 389, Wallkill 
River, New York. 

Kabcrnu^ NEMOTILUS fUflneiHine. 

368. Semotilus atromaculatus (Mitchill). Horned Dace: Creek Chuh, 

Maino and western MaHsiiclnmetts. w^'stwnrd to Kansas and Wyomillff* 
CyprimtH atrotnaruhitus Mitchill, Amer. Month. Mag., II, 1818, JQ4, 'WUHuH 
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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 247 

368a. Semotilus atromaciilatus thoreauianus (Jordan). 

Streams of Georgia and Alabama. 

Semotilus thoreauianus Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 63, 1877, Flint River, 
Georgia. 

OenuB 114. P000HICHTHT8 Oirard. 

Pogonichthys Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 136 (in€Bquilohus=macrO' 
lepidotus). 

369. Pogonichthys macrolepidotas (Ayres). Split-tail. 

Lowland streams of California. 

Leuciscus macrolepidotus Ayres, Placer Times and Transcript, May 30, 1854, 
San Francisco. 

Genus 115. FTTCHOCHEILUS Aganix. 
Ptychocheilus Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1855, 229 {gracilis =:oregonen9is), 

370. Ptychocheilus oregonensis (Richardson). Squawfish; Chappaul; Tellowbelly; 

Sacramento Pike. 

Rivers of Oregon and Washington, in the Columbia basin to Montana and 
Idaho, ana ngrthward/to British Columbia;, also in ^the Sacramentip,. 
San Joaquin, Salinas, and Pajaro rivers of California. s 

(Sgprinus {J.en^cus) or^egonensis Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., ui, 305, 1836, 
^ ' "» Colm^kbia River. 

371. Ptychocheilus harfordl Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Lower Sacramento River, California. 

Ptychoohilus harfordi Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 72, Sacra- 
mento River, California. 

372. Ptychocheilus lucius Girard. *^ White Salmon^* of the Colorado. \ f*/ 

Colorado Basin ; abundant. 

Ptychocheilus lucius Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 209, Rio Colorado. 

Oenns 116. OILA Baird ft Oirard. 

Gila Baird <& Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 368 (robusta). 

373. OUa elegans Baird & Girard. Bony-tail; '* Gila Trout.'* 

Colorado and Gila rivers. 

Gila elegans Baird <& Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 369, Znni, Colo- 
rado, and Gila rivers. 

374. Oila robnsta Baird <& Girard. Bound-tail. 

Tributaries of the Rio Colorado and Rio Gila. 

CHla robusta Baird <& Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 368, Zufii River, 
New Mexico. 

375. Oila sezninnda Cope Sl Yarrow. ^ ^ l^^^"^^ 

Rio Virgen, in Utah and Nevada. 

Gila seminuda Cope & Yarrow, Zool. Wheeler's ExpL W. 100th Mer., v, 666, 
1875 (1876), Rio Virgen, Nevada. 

Genu 117. TStTCSttm-fUnrlor. <***t6***^*i^5'*'-»^ 

Leuciscus (Klein) Cnvier, R^gne Animal, ed. i, 194, 1817 (dobula^ rutilus, leuoiS' 
cus, albumus, and phoxinus). 



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Inns 8IB0MA eirard. 

Siboma Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 208 (crassicauda). 

376. Lenclscns crassicauda (Baird & Girard). Sacramento Chub. 

Rivers of California: generally abundant in the Sacramento and San Joaquin. 
Lavinia crassicauda Baird &, Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 137, San 
Joaquin River, California. 



248 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

8pl>§rennN TIflOXA Clirard. 

Tigoma Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 205 {j^lehelUt=^nigrs»cetu), 

Zll. Leuciscus conformis (Baird «& Girard). 

Tuliire Valley, California. 

Lavinia conjormis Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 137, Pom 
Creek, Tulare County, California. 

378. Leuciscus bicolor (Girard). 

Klamath T^ake, Oregon. 

Titjoma hicolor Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1866, 206, Klamath Lake. 
Oregon. , 

379. Leuciscus lin^fit^s (Girard). Great Chub; Chuh of Utah Lake. 

Great Basin of Utah, and iSnake River basin above Shoshone Falls. 
Tigoina lineata Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856,206, locality unknown. 

380. Leuciscus nigrescens (Girard). Pescadito; Chuh of th^ Jiio Grande. 

Kio Grande Basin. 

Tigoina nigrcHcenn Girard. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 207, Boca Grande and 
Kio .J an OH, Chihuahua. 

381. Leuciscus purpureus (Girard). ^ 

Sail l^ernardino Creek in southern Arizona, a tribntary of Rio Yaqai. 
'Tigoma purpurea Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 206, San B«mar«iiiio 
4* Creek, Arizona. 

^382. Leuciscus intermedius (Girard). 

Basin of tlio Gila Kiver, Arizona. 

Tigoma intermedia (Hrard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856,206, Rio San Pedro 
of the (lila, Arizona. 

383. Leuciscus niger (Cope). 

Rio Gila, Arizona. 

^Ua, J{^g»a Cope. Zool. Wheelcu's Ex^l. W. 10ath;Mer., v, 663, 1876 (1876), Ash 
Creek aiid t'^an Carlos, Arizona. 

384. Leuciscus aUeke \. J ouy). Leather-aided Minnow, 

Great Basin of I'tah and Wood Kiver, Idaho. 

SqualinH aliciiv .jouy, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 19, Provo River near I'tah 
Lake, Utah. 

Kabi^nnn CHEOXDA (Jlrard. 

Cheonda Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 207 (coopeH). 

385. Leuciscus cooperi (Girard). 

Lower Columbia Kiver bsisin. 

Cheonda cooperi (iirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 207, Fort Vancouver, 
Washington. 

386. Leuciscus humboldti (Girard). 

Humboldt Kivrr, Nevada. 

Tigoma humboldti (;irard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 206, Humboldt River, 
Nevada. 

387. Leuciscus egregius (Girard). 

Xev.Kla to northern California; known from the Humboldt and Truckee 

basins and from Napa Valley, California. 
Tigoma tgrvgia Girard, Pa<^ K. K. Surv., x, 291, 1858, locality unknown. 

388. Leuciscus hydrophloz (Cope). Silrer-sided Minnotc; ** Po-he-wa.** 
Salt Lake Basin and uppiT Snake Kiver. 
Clino»tomuM hgdrophlox Coi)e, Hay<len^s Geol. Surv. Mont, for 1871 (1872), 475, 

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Snbgpnns RICHARDK0NIU8 GIrard. 
BichardaomuB Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 201 (halieatus), 

389. Leuciscus balteatus (Richanlson). 

Columbia and Frazer rivers, and streamn about Poii^et Sound. 
Cyprinna (Ahramis) balteatus Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., iii, 301, 1836, 
Columbia River. 

^iri^eZnH CLINOSTOXUS GInrd. 
CUnostomus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 211 (elongatus), 

390. Leuciscus vandoisulus Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Streams east of the Ailej^^henies from Virginia to Georgia and in the Tennes- 
see and Cumberland rivers. 

Leuciscut randoiHulus Cuvier <&. Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvii, 317, 1844, 
South Carolina. 

391. Leuciscus elongatus (Kirtland). Red-sided Shiner. 

Great Lakes and Upper MissiMsippi Valley. 

LuTilus elougatus Kirtland, Rept. Zool. Ohio, 169, 1836, Mahoning River, Trum- 
bull County, Ohio, and Lake Erie near Cleveland. 

Subfrenan PHOXIM'8 lUflnesqae. VtfA^4U/vi/) ci>4 (luf,trfx.CJi' 
Phoxinua Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 4.5, 1820 (no type stated, phoxinus 
understood). 

392. Leuciscus nachtriebi Cox. 

Lakes in Mississippi Valley in Minnesota. 

Leuciscus nachtrieln Cox, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. Ib94 (1896), Mille Lacs, Aitkin 
County, Minnesota. 

393. Leuciscus neogseus (Cope). ' 

Upper MisMissippi Valley and neighborin^r waters. 

Phoxinus neogwus Cope, Cypr. Penn., 375, 186<i, New Hudson, Michigan. 

394. Leuciscus margarita (Cope), ^^^^^^^g^^^i*^ Ccci^mUi 

Susquehanna River to James River and headwaters of the Kanawha. 
Clinostomns margarita Cope, Cypr. Penn., 377, 1866, Coneptoga kiver, Lancas- 
ter, Pennsylvania. . £ / / 

395. Leuciscus orcutti (Elgenmann &, Eigenmann). 

Teniecula, San Luis Rey, San Jacinto, and Santa Ana rivers, California. 
PAojrtnuf orcufti- Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., 2d series, iii, 
1890, 2. Temeoula River, Riverside County, (^alifomia. 

SpV'genas HfiMITREMIA Cope. 

^ Hemitremia Cope, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 1870, 462 {vittataz=flammeus). 



396. Leuciscus milnerianuB (Cope). 

Upper Missouri River basin. 

Phoxinus milnerianus Cope, Am. Nat., July, 1879, 440, upper Missouri River 



Upper Missouri River basin. 
^hoxinus milnerianus Cop< 

basin, probably Battle Creek, Montana. 



397. Leuciscus flammeus (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Tributaries of Tennessee River; common in clear streams in northern 

Alabama. 
Phoxinus flammeus Jordan & Gilbert, in Jordan, Man. Vert. E. U. S., ed. 2, 303, 

1878, Elk River, Estill Springs, Tennessee. 

KpKSpRivs I0T1CHTHT8 Jordan A ETemumii. 

^ lotichihys Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 2*^, 1896 
{phlegethontis). 

398. Leuciscus phlegethontis (Cope). 

Tributaries of Great Salt Lake and Sevier Lake, Utah. 

Clinostomus phlegethontis Co^f Proc. Auier. Philos. Soc. Phila. 1874, 137, Beaver 



250 REPORT OF /Commissioner of fish and fisheries. 

Oenns 118. BUTraiS BaflnMqtne. TheRpacheB. « 
RutWuB Rafi^sqno, Ichtb. Ohiei^is, 48, 50, 1820 (m^iM)^ » ' 

8nbg«naii LEUODS Heckel. i* -. <,^^ 

Leucos H^kely Russegger's Reisen, 1, 1038, 1843 (eita/pKaM). 

399. RutiluB olivaceuB (Cope). 

Lake Tahoe ; Pyramid Lake. 

Leucm oHvaceus Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sei. Phila. 1883, 145, Pyramid Lake. 
Nevada. 

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Snbyenufi HTL0L|^CU8 Cope. 

Myloleucua/Copej Bull. Tlayden's Qeol. Surv. Mont, for 1871 (1872), 475 (^lO- 
veruMntua = eymmetrious). 

400. RutiluB bioolor (Girard). 

Lakes of soutbeasteru Oregon (Klamatb, Warner, Goose, etc.). 
Algansea bicolor Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sol. Phila. 1856, 183, Klamath Lake, 
Oregon. 

401. RutiluB synimetricuB (Baird & Girard). 

Rivers of California and Nevada. 

Poganichthys symmetricus Baird & Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 18»i, US, 
Fort Miller, San Joaqnin Valley, California. 

402. RutiluB boucardl (GUntber). 

Cuemavaca, Mexico. 

Leuoiscus houoardi GUntber, Cat., vii, 485, 1868, CnemaTaca, Mexico. 

403. RutiluB thobumi Scofield. 

Rio San Lorenzo, Santa Cruz, California. 

Eutilus tkohumi Scofield, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, Saota Cros, California. 

404. RntiluB columbianuB Scofield. 

Lower Colninbia Basin. 

Eutilus columhianus Scofield, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, Lower Columbia Basio. 

Oenns 119. LUXIUinTS Jordan. 
Luxilinue .Jordan, Catalogue Fishes N. A., 33, 1885 (occideittalU). 

405. LoxillnuB occidentalis (Baird &, Girard). 

San .Joaquin Valley, California. 

Leucosomus occidentalis Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 137, 
Poso Creek and Four Creeks, tributaries of Tulare Lake, CaliTomia. 

Genus 120. 0P80P(E0Dn8 Hay. 

OpBopiroduB Hay, Proc. 1 1. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 507 {emilia), 

KabirennN OPSOPCEOOrS Hay. 

406. OpBcpcBodua obcuIub Evcrraann. 

Rio N«'cbos and other st renins about Palestine and Houston, Texas. 
(kpnopiioduB oaruhts Kverniann, hull. W S. Fish Com. 1891 (1892), S2, Nechee 
River, noar Palestine, Texas. 

407. OpBcpcBodua emiliae Hay. 

Lako Erie and Houthcrn Indiana to Georgia and Mississippi. 
OpaopnoduB emilifp Hay, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1S80, 507, Artosia, Macon, and 
Enterprise, Mississippi. 

408. OpBopcBoduB megalopa (KorbeH). 

\W8t<»rn Ohio to Illinois. 

Trychcrodon nuyalopa Forbes, in .Jordan Su CJilbort, Synopsis, 247, 1888, Illi- 
nois iiiver at Pekin and I^eoria, Illinois. 



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Sakgeaii 0P80r<BA Jordaa A Eferauuin. 

OpMopcea Jordan Sd Evermaniiy Fishes North and Middle America, 247, 1896 
(bollmani), 

409. OpaopcBodos boUmani Gilbert. 

Swamp streams of Georgia, and Obion River, Cypress, Tennessee. 
Op9<m€eodH9 bollmani Gilbert, Ball. U. S. Fish Com., viii, 1888 (1890), 226, 
Bnokland Creek, Millen, Georgia. 

Osnus 121. AmAM^ Ciniar. i>VaT€-M I CtOJ^^ 5 ' S ^s/kM^fly^ 

Jbramie Cttvier, Rdgne Animal, ed. i, 111, 1817 (hrama). r^^i^^l^^^^y^ 

«ak8«ssi NOTKHIOOXrS BaflseMiM. '^ 

}^o%em%g<mH9 Rafinesque, Jonr. Phys. 1819, 421 (auratiM). 

410. Abramia cryaoleucas (Mitchill). Gold/en Shiner; Roach; Bream. 

Nova Scotia and Maryland to Dakota and Texas. 

CypHnue ayeoleucas Mitchill, Rept. Fish. N. Y., 23, 1814, New York. 

410a. Abramia crysoleucaa boaoi (Cavier Sd Valenciennes). 

Rivers of the South Atlantic States. 

Leuciecus hoed Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvii, 313, 1844, Caro- 
lina, Pennsylvania, and New York. 

411. Abramia gardoneos (Cnvier & Valenciennes). 

South Carolina. 

Leuciecus gardomeus Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvii, 316, 1844, 
Charleston, South Carolina. 

Osniis 122. 00CHL0OHAIHV8 Baird k Giraid. 
Cocklognathue Baird & Girard. Proc. Ac. Nat Sci. Phila. 1854, 158 (emaium). 

412. Coohlognathua omatom Baird & Girard. 

Rio Grande basin. 

Cochlognathue ornatue Baird dc Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1854, 158, 
Brownsville, Texas. 

413. Coohlosnathos biguttatom Cope. 

Trinitv River Texas 

Cocklagnalhue biguttata Cope, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xvii, 37, 1880, Trinity 
River, Fort Worth, Texas. ^^^^_^ 

Cliola Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. ScL Phila. 1856, 192 (vigilax). 

414. Cliola vigilax (Baird & Girard). 

Ohio to Georgia, Iowa, and Texas. 

CeroHchthye vigilax Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 390, Otter 
Creek, North Fork of Red River, Arkansas. 

415. Cliola amithii Evermann & Cox. 

Prairie Creek near Scotland, South Dakota. 

CKola emitkii Evermann <& Cox, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1894 (1896), 400, Prairie 
Creek, Scotland, South Dakota. 

Oatos 194. HOTBOPIS Baflnasqne. 
Notropie Raftnesque, Amer. Month. Mag., ii, 1818, 204 {atherinaidee), 

8«4gMisi A£TEC^J«rdsa A Eferaaas. 

/ AMteca Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 254, 1896 {rit- 
tata=azteeu9). 

416. Notropia axtecas Woolman. 

, Valley of Mexico. 
Notropis agtecui Woolman, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., xiv, 1894, 63, City of Mexico. 



252 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Sibgenvg CHRIOPE Jordan. 

Chriope Jordan, Bull. Hayden's Surv. Terr., iv, 787, 1878 (^(frmialM). 

417. Notropis bifrenatus (Cope). 

Massachusetts to Maryland. 

Hybopsis hifrenatwi Copo, Cypr. Penn., 384, 1866, Schnylkill River, Conth*. 
hocken, Pennsylvania. 

418. Notropis maculatus (Hay). 

Chickasawha River, Mississippi. 

Hemitremia maculata Hay, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mob. 1880, 505, Chickasawha Rircf, 
Enterprise, Mississippi. 

419. Notropis anogenus Forbes. 

Western New York (Cayuga Lake) to northern Illinois. 
Notropis anogenus Forbes, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., voL il, art. 2, 138^ 1885, 
I ox River, McHenry, Illinois. 

420. Notropis cayuga Meek. 

Connecticut River, Northern New York^ and Upper Mississippi Valley. 
NoiropiH cayuga Meek, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1888, 805, Cayuga Lake, Xev 
York. 

420a. Notropis caynga atrocaudalis Evermann. 

Rio Neches, Palestine, Texas; also in Rio Comal at New Brannfels. Texas. 
Notropis cayuga atrocaudalis Evermann, Ball. U. S. Fish. Com., XI, 1891 (1892 , 
76, Neches River, Palestine, Texas. 

421. Notropis heterodon (Cope). 

New York to Michigan and Kansas. 

Alburnops heterodon Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1864, 281, Liansiiig and 
, \ i. A GrossoLlsle, Michigan. 

Sihbyeiiaii ALBUBXOPK GIrmrd. ^. . .\ «' '^ 

Alburnops Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat Sci. Phila.1^ 19^ (blmniua). 

422. NoUopi^ fretensis (Cope). 

Detroit River, Michigan. 

Byhopsis fretensis Coi»e, Cypr. Penn., 382, 1866, Detroit, Michigan. 

423. Notropis blennius (Girard). Straw-colored Minnow, 

Ohio and Michigan to Tennessee, Dakota, and Kansas, thence sonth westward 

to Texas. 
Alburnops blennius Ciirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 194, Arkansas River 

near Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

424. Notropis sabinaa Jordan <& Gilbert. 

Habino River, Texas. 

Notropis sahinw .lordan <&. (Mlbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1886, 15, Sabine River 
at Longview, Texas. 

425. Notropis volucellus (Cope). 

Michigan, Wisconsin, and northern Indiana. 

Hybognathus volucellus ('o]»e, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 283, Grosee Isle, 
Detroit River, Michigan. 

426. Notropis scylla (Cope). 

Illinois River to westi'm Kansas and Montana. 

JJybopMis Meylla ('(»im-. Hayden's Gvo\. Surv. Wyo. for 1870 (1871), 438, Bed 
(ioud Creek, tributary of Platte River, Nebraska. 

427. Notropis procne (Cope). 

Delaware River and southward, in coastwise streams, as far as the Nense. 
Uybognathus procne Cnpo. Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1864, 279, Delaware, 
Schuylkill, and C'oncHtoga rivers, and White Clay Creek, Pennsylyania. 






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428. NotropisnigrotSBiiiatUB (GUntber). 

Atlisco, Mexico. 

Graodus nigrotceniatus Giintber, Cat., vii, 485, 1868, Atlisco, Mexico. 

429. Notropis kana^^ha Jordan & Jenkins. 

Tribntaries of Kanawba River, southwestern Virginia. 
Notropis kanawha Jordan «& Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 354, pL 
44, fig. 5, Reed Creek, Wytheville, Virginia. 

430. Notropis braytoni Jordan <& Everroann. ^^ 

Tribntaries of Rio San Juan at Cadereita in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Notropis hraytoni Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 
264, 1896, Cadereita, Mexico; substitute for Moniana nitida Girard, pre- 
occupied. 

431. Notropis spectrunculus (Cope). 

Headwaters of Tennessee River in Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina. 
Hybopsis spectrunculus Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 231, Bear Creek, 
tributary of Middle Fork of Holston River, Virginia. 

432. Notropis ozarcanus Meek. 

White River, Arkansas, in tbe Ozark Mountains. 

Notropis ozarcanus Meek, Bull. U. S. Fish. Com., ix, 1889 (1891), 129, North 
Fork of White River, Arkansas. 

433. Notropis chihuahua Woolman. 

Rio de los Conchos, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Notropis chihuahua Woolman, Am. Nat., March, 1892, 260, Rio de los Conchos, 
Chihuahua, Mexico. 

434. Notroplj^{(3peka Gilbert. 

Western Iowa and eastern Sonth Dakota to Kansas. 

Notropis topeka Gilbert, Bull. Washbnrn Lab. Nat. Hist., i, 13, 1884, Shunga- 
nunga Creek, Topeka, Kansas. 

8«bg«iiMS HVDS0NIV8 Olnrd. 

Uudsonius Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 210 {hudsonius). 

435. Notropis gilberti Jordan & Meek. 

'i-. ^ Easteru Iowa to eastern Colorado. 

*" Notropis gilberti Jordan & Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1885, 4, Des Moines 
A River and Village Creek, Ottnmwa, Iowa. 
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436. Notropis piptolepis (Cope). 

North Platte River. 

Photogenis piptolepis Cope, Hayden's Geol. Surv. Wyo. for 1870 (1871), 438, 
Red Cloud Creek, a tributary of North Platte River, Nebraska. 

437. Notropis simus (Cope). 

Rio Grande at San Ildefonso, New Mexico. 

Alburnellus simus Cope, Zool. Wheeler Surv., v, 649, 1875 (1876), San Ildefonso, 
New Mexico. 

438. Notropis longirostris (Hay). 

Chickasawha River, Mississippi, to Escambia River, Florida. 
Albumops longirostris Hay, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 504, Chickasawha River 
at Enterprise, Mississippi. 

439. Notropis nuz Evermann. 

Neches and Trinity rivers near Palestfue, Texas. 

Notropis nux Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., xi, 1891 (1892), 77, Neches 
River, Palestine, Texas. 

440. Notropis nocomis Evermann. 

Trinity, San Marcos, and Comal rivers, Texas. 

Notropis nocomis Evermann, Bull. U.S. Fish Com.,xi,l«9\(\^a!^^,l%,TTVD\\,'^ 
Sirer, Palestine, Texas, and San Marcos River, ^au MikTeos,Te3.«A. 



254 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FI8HJBBIE8. 

441. Notropis shiimardi (Girard). 

Ohio and Tenucssee basins to Iowa and the Osark leffion. 
Alhurnops shumardi Qirard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhUa. 1866^ IBi, Arkanm 
River, Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

442. Notropis illecebrosus (Girard). 

Lower Arkansas River basin. 

Alhurnops illecebrosus Girard, Proc.Ac. Nat. Sci. Phlla. 1856, 194, Arkansai 
River, Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

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443. Notropis hudaoniua (DeWitt Clinton). Spawn-eater; SpoUtaUed Miumom; 

Shiner, 

The Dakotas and Lake Superior to New York, and soath^^ard to Soitb 

Carolina. 
Clupea hudsonia DeWitt Clinton, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., i, 1824, 49, Hndm 

River, New York. 

443a. Notropis hudaonius aelene (Jordan). 

Lake Superior and neighboring waters. 

LuxiluH Si'lene Jordan, Bnll. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 60, 1877, Lake Superior, Baj- 
field, Wisconsin. 

443b. Notropis hudaonias amams (Girard). 

Delaware, Susquehanna, and Potomac rivers. 

Hudsonius amarus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1866, 210, Chesapeskc 
Bay and Potomac River at Washington. 

443c. Notropis hudsonius saludanua (Jordan & Brayton). 

Coastwise streams of Atlantic slope from James River to the Ocnmlgee. 
Alhurnops saludanus .Jordan <& Brayton, Bnll. U. S. Nat. Mas., xil, 16, 1878, 
tributary of Saluda River, Greenville, South Carolina. 

8sbg«ii«8 CODOMA Cllrard. 
Codoma Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 194 (omaia). 

444. Notropis omatua (Girard). 

Chihuahua River, Mexico. 

Codoma omaia (Urard, l^oc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 195, Chihaahaa River, 
Mexico. 

8sb||r«iSH MOMAXA Girsrd. 
Moniana Girard, l^oc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 199 {luireneie). 

445. Notropis formosus (Girard). 

Rio Mimbrea, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Moniana formosa Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 201, Rio Iflimbres, 
Chihuahua, Mexico. 

446. Notropis frigidus ((iirard). 

Hio P'rio, Texas. 

Moniana friyida Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 185<), ^RtT> Frio, Texas. 

447. Notropis lutrensis (Baird & Girard). 

Southern Illinois to South Dakota, Kansas, and the Rio Grande. 
LenciavHM lutrensis IWiTiX *V (iirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 391, Otter 
Creek, tributarj' of the North Fork of Red River, Arkansas. 

448. Notropis proserpina (r:irar<l). 

|{i(» Cirando r«*^ion. 

Moniana proserpina ( iirard, I*ro(;. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 200, Devil River, 
Texas. 

449. Notropis callisema (Jordan). 

Ocuinljiee River, G»*orpia. 

Episnna rallisema Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 363, Soath Fork 
of Ocmulgce River, Flat Shoals, Georgia. 



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S^(i>9eii«ii CTPBINBLLA Oinurd. 

' CypHnella Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 196 (hubalinus), 

450. Notropis bubalinus (Baird & Girard). 

Streams of Arkansas and sonthwestward. 

Le»ci8cu8 bubalinus Baird & Girard, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 391, Otter 
Cre^k, Arkansas. 

451. Notropis^ludibunduB (Girard). 

Locality' ifnknown, probably Indian Territory. 

CypHnella ludibunda Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 199, locality 
unknown. 

452. Notropis macroBtomus (Girard). 

Rio Grande region, northward to Kansas. 

Cyprinella macrostama Girard, ^oc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 198, Devil River, 
Texas. 

453. Notropis tezanus (Girard). 

Rivers of Texas from Trinity River to the Salado. 

Cyprinella texana Girard, Proc. Ac. NafC Sci. Phila. 1856, 198, Rio Salado and 
Turkey Creek, Texas. 

454. Notropis notatus (Girard). 

Streams of Texas from Austin westward. 

Cyprinella notata Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 198, Rio Seco, Texas. 

455. Notropis venustus (Girard). 

Streams of Texas. 

Cyprinella venuata Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 198, Rio Sablnal, 
Texas. 

456. Notropis cercostigma (Cope). 

Streams tributary to the Gulf of Mexico, from Pearl River and Red River 

to Rio Nueces. 
Cyprinella ceroostigma Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 157, Pearl River, 

Monticello, Mississippi. 

457. Notropis stigmatunis (Jordan). Spotted-tail Minnow. 

Alabama River basin. 

Pkotogenis atigmaturue Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 337, Etowah 
River, etc., Rome, Georgia. 

458. Notropis trichroistius (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Alabama River basin. 

Codoma trichroistia Jordan & Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xn, 50, 1878, 
Etowah River, etc., Rome, Georgia. 

459. Notropis caUistius (Jordan). 

Alabama River basin. 

Photogenie oallietiue Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 337, Etowah 
River, etc., Rome, Georgia. 

460. Notropis eurystomus (Jordan). 

Chattahoochee River. 

Pkotogenis eurystomus Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 356, Nancy 
Creek, tributary of Chattahoochee River, near Atlanta, Georgia. 

461. Notropis casmleus (Jordan). 

Alabama River basin. 

Pkotogenis cwruleus Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 338, Etowah River, 
]^me, Georgia. 

462. Notropis niveus (Cope). 

Southern Virginia to South Carolina. 

Hyhopsis niveus Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soo. Phila. 1870, 460, Catawba River, 
North Carolina. 

462a. Notropis niveus chloristius (Jordan dc Brayton). 
Santee River and tributaries. 

Codoma ckloristia Jordan & Brayton, Bull. U. 8.Nat.Mu%.,'Xii,^\,\%l%,\sAyy5X:- 
tBrjr of SaJnda River, Greenville, South CaToUna. 



256 BEPOBT OF COMmSSIONEB OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

463. Notropis whipplii (Girard). Silver-fin; Satin-fin. 

Central and northern New York to Minnesota, northern Alabama, aad 

Arkansas. 
Cyprinella whipplii Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1S5G, 198, Sagar Lotf 

Creek, a tributary of Potean River, Arkansas. 

464. Notropis analoatanua (Girard). 

Streams about Delaware and Chesapeake bays. 

Cyprinella analosiana Girard, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sol. Phila. 1866, 198, Potomic 
Biver at Analostan Island, Washington, D. C. 

465. Notropis galactorus (Cope). 

Ozark region to Cumberland, Tennessee, and Savannah rivers. 
Hypeilepia (falacturua Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 160, Holston Bifcr, 
Virginia. 

466. Notropis camuras (Jordan &. Meek). 

Arkansas Hiver and tributaries. 

Cliolu caimira Jordan <&. Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1884, 474, Arkansas BiT«r. 
Fort Lyon, Colorado. 

467. Notropis zeenurua (Jordan). 

Altamaha River basin, Georgia. 

Minnilun xcenurus Jordan, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 79, Oomulgee BiTcr, 
Flat Shoals, Georgia. 

468. Notropis hypseloptems (Giinther). 

Southern Geor^ria and Alabama. 

Leuci$cu8 hypselopterua GUnther, Cat., vii, 255, 1868, Mobile, Alabama. 

469. Notropiapyrrhomelas (Cope). 

North and South Carolina iu the Santoe Basin. 

Photoqenis pyrrhomeUu Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. See. Phila. 1870, 463, Catavbs 
River, North Carolina. 

470. Notropis garmani Jordan. 

Tributaries of Lago del Muerte, Coahuila, Mexico. 

Notropis garmani Jordan, Cat. Fish. N. Am., 25, 1885, Lago del Mnerte, Cos- 
huila, Mexico. 

8|b|renufl LUXILUS lUflnenqne. 
Luxilus Uafiuesiiue, Ichth. Ohiensis, 47, 1820 {chryeooephalwt), 

471. Notropis comatns (Mitchill). Shiner; Red-Jin; Dace, 

Entire region east uf the Rocky Mountains except the South Atlantic States 

nnd Toxas. 
Cyprinun corniilits Mitchill, Araer. Month. Mag. Crit. Beview, i. 1817, 289, 

Wallkill River. New York. 

471a. Notropis comutua frontalis (Agnssiz;. 

Great Lakes; everywhere cotiunon in months of brooks. 

Leuciifcua fronlalia AgatiHiZj Lake Superior, 308, 1850, Lake Sux>erior. 

471b. Notropis comutus cyaneus (Cope). 

Northern ]>eninHula of Miehignn. 

IJypsilepis cornutun ryaneiis Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 160, Mon- 
treal River, Keweenaw, Michigan. 

472. Notropis ceraainus (Cope). 

Roanoke River basin, in mountain brooks. 

Uypsilepis oornutuH ceraainna Cope. Proe. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 159, head* 
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473. Notropia albeolus (Jordan). 

Ronnoke, Tar, nnd Neiise rivers. 

Notropia megalops albeolus Jordan, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1888 (1B91), 123, 
Roanoke River near Roanoke, Virginia. 

474. Notropis lacertosua (Cope). 

Headwaters of Tennessee River. 

Hyhopsia laceriosus Cope, Jonr. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 232, Bear Creek, 
tributary of the Middle Fork of Holston River. 

SBbgenoB HTDROPHLOX JonUn. 
J7^(f rop^Iox Jordan, Bull. U. 8. Nat. Mas., xii, 18, 1878 (ruhrieroo€u9), 

9 

475. Notropis macdonaldi Jordan &, Jenkins. ^ 

Mountain streams of Virginia tributary \o James and Shenandoah rivers. 
Notropiit macdonaldi Jordan <& Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1888, S54, Shenan- 
doah River, Luray, Virginia. 

476. Notropis coocogenia (Cope). k^c^ 

Cumberland, Tennessee, and Savannah rivers. 

ffypsilepis cocoogenis Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1867, 160, Holston River, 
Virginia. 

477. Notropis zonatua (Agaesiz). 

Mountain streams in the Ozark region of Missouri and Arkansas. 
Albumua zonatua Agassiz, in Putnam, Ball. Mus. Comp. Zool., 1, 9, 1863, 
Osage River, Missouri. 

478. Notropis zonlstius (Jordan). 

Chattahoochee River. 

Lurilna zotiiatiua Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1879, 239, Suwan^ Creek, 
tributary of Chattahoochee River, in northern Georgia. ^ 

479. Notropis mbrlcrooeus (Cope). Red Fallfiah, "^ | tuJ V Vf / 

Headwaters of the Tennessee and Savannah rivers. 

ffybopffia rubricroceua Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 231, Tumbling 
Creek, tributary of tne North Fork of Holston River, Virginia. 

480. Notropis chlorocephalua (Cope). - 

Santee Basin, in North and South Carolina. 

Hybopaia chlorocephalua Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 461, Catawba 
River, North Carolina. 

481. Notropis lutipinnis (Jordan & Bray ton). 

Santee and Oconee rivers, Georpia. 

Hydrophlox lutipinnia Jordan &, Bray ton, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mas., xii, 36, 1878, 
Oconee River, Halls Springs, Georgia. 

482. Notropis chillticus (Cope). 

Basin of Great Pedee River, North Carolina; common in upland streams. 
Hybopaia chilitieua Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 462, Yadkin River, 
Rowan County, North Carolina. 

483. Notropis altipinnia (Cope). 

Yadkin, Great Pedee, and Cape Fear rivers, North Carolina. 
Alburnellua altipinnia Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 464, Yadkin 
River, Rowan County, North Carolina. 

484. Notropis rose as (Jordan). 

Lowland streams of Gulf States from Ogeechoo River to the Mississippi. 
Luxilua roaeua Jordan, Ball. U. S. Nat. Mas., x, 61, 1877, Notalbany River near 
Tickfaw, Louisiana. 

' 485. Notropis chalybeeus (Cope). 

Delaware River to Ogeechee River. 

Hi/bopaia chalybwua Cope, Cypr. Penn., 383, 1866, Sc\\uyW\\\B.Wcr,V«ivw^^V 

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486. Notropis chrosomus (Jordan). 

Alabama Basin ; very abundant in clear streams and outlets of aprtnn. 
Hyhopsia chrosomus Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876^ 8S3, Etowah RiTer, 
etc., Rome, Georgia. 

487. Notropis zaBnocephalas (Jordan). 

Georgia to Mississippi ; common in streams of the pine woods, deacendiDj^ ti 

brackish water; abundant in Perdido Bay. 
Hyhopsis xcenocephatus Jordan, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876^ 334, EtowsL 

River, etc., Rome, Georgia. 

Snbgenni OBCELLA Jordma A ErermsBB. 

Orcella Jordan &. Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 289. 1^ 

(orca), 

488. Notropis orca Woolman. 

Rio Grande at £1 Paso, Texas. 

Notropis orca Woolman, Ball. U. S. Fish. Com., xiv, 1884, 58, Rio Grande. 
£1 Paso, Texas. 

Sab^BBi NOTBOPIS lUflBeiqBe. 

489. Notropis ariommus (Cope). 

Ohio and Tennessee valleys. 

Photogenis aricmmus Cope, Cypr. Penn., 378ii 1866, White River near Indlis- 
apolis. 

490. Notropis scabrlceps (Cope). 

Kanawha River, West Virginia. 

Photogenis scahriceps (^ope, Proo. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1867, 168, Sinking sad 
Walker creeks, tribntaries of Kanawha River. 

491. Notropis jejunas (Forbes). 

Western Pennsylvania to Kansas, and north to Winnipee. 

Episema Jejuna Forbes, Ball. IlL Lab. Nat. Hist., z, 60, 18^ Illinois River. 

492. Notropis s^ovraini Jordan. 

Rivers of Texas from the Colorado westward. 

Notropis stcaini Jordan, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1885, 123, Rio Comal, New Branii- 
fels, Texas. • 

493. Notropis amabilis (Girard). 

Rio Jjcona, a tributary of Rio Nueces, Texas. 

Alburnus amabilis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1868^ 183, Rio LeoDS. 
Texas. 

494. Notropis lenciodus (C'ope). 

Tennessee River basin, in mountain streams. 

Photogenis lenciodus Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 165, Holston River. 
Virginia. 

495. Notropis telescopus (Cope). 

Tennessee River basin ; very abundant in cold mountain streams. 
Photogenis telescopus Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 165, Holston River. 
Virginia. 

495a. Notropis telescopus arcansanus Meek. 

Whitf^ Kiver and Little Red Ifiver, Arkansas. 

Xotropin tdcscoitus arcansanus Meek, linll. I J. S. Fish Com., IX, 1889 (1891), 133. 
White Kivcr. Kurcka Springs, ArkauHas ; Mummoth Spring, Arkansas. 

496. Notropis socius (Girnrd). 

Live Oak Creek, south wcBtem Texas. 

Alburnus socius Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 193, Live Oak Creek, 
Texas. 

497. Notropis notemigonoides Evermann. 

Rio Neches near Palestine, Texas, and streams about Houston, TezAS. 
Notropis notemigonoides Kvermanu, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., xi, 1891 (1802), 81, 
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498. Notropis stilbius Jordan. 

Alabama Kiver and tributaries. 

Notropis 8Hllnu8 Jordan, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 343, Etowab and 
Oostanaula rivers, Some, Georgia. 

499. Notropis atherinoidea Rafinesqne. 

Great Lakes rejpon, Obio and Mississippi valleys, and nortb to Winnipeg. 
Notropis atherinoidee Raftnesque, Amer. Montb. Mag. and Crit. Rev« 1818, 204, 
Lake Erie. 

500. Notropis arge (Cope). 

Upper Mississippi Valley. 

Albumellua arge Cope, Cypr. Penn., 388, 1866, Detroit River or St. Joseph 
River, Michigan. 

501. Notropis dilectus (Girard). 

Lower Obio to tbe Rio Grande. 

Albumus dileotuB Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1856, 193, Arkansas River, 
Fort Smitb, Arkansas. 

502. Notropis fomeus Evermann. 

Hunter Creek, Houston, Texas. 

Notropis fumeus Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., xi, 1891 (1892), 81, Hunter 
Creek, Houston, Texas. 

503. Notropis rubrifrons (Cope). 

New York and western Pennsylvania to southern Michigan, Kansas, and 

Kentucky. 
Albumellus rubrifrons Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 85, Kiskiminitas 

River, a tributary of Alleghany River, Pennsylvania. 

504. Notropis photogenls (Cope). 

Alleghany region. 

Squalius photogmis Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 280, Youghiogheny 
River, Pennsylvania. 

505. Notropis amoonus (Abbott). 

Clear streams east of the Alleghanies from the Raritan to the Neuse. 
Albumellus amcmus Abbott, Am. Nat., vui, 1874, 334, Raritan River, New 
Jersey. 

506. Notropis scepticus (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Rivers of Carolina from the Cape Fear to the Santee. 

Minnilus scepticus Jordan &, Gilbert, Synopsis, 200, 1883, Saluda River, Green- 
ville, South Carolina. 

507. Notropis micropteryz (Cope). 

Headwaters of Cumberland and Tennessee rivers ; also in Ozark region. 
Albumellw microT^teryx Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 233, Holston 
River, Virginia. 

508. Notropis metallicas Jordan &, Meek. 

Swamp streams in Georgia and Florida, from the Suwanee Basin to the 

Escambia. 
Notropis metallicus Jordan & Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 475, Allapaha 

River, Nashville, Georgia. 

8«b^aBi LTTHRUBUS Jordan. 

Lythrurus Jordan, Man. Vert. E. U. S., ed. 1, 272, 1876 (diplemius = iy thrums), 

509. Notropis bellus (Hay). 

Tombigbee River, Mississippi. 

Minnilus bellus Ha^, Proc. fj. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 510, Tombigbee River, Artesia 
and Macon, Mississippi. 

510. Notropis liras (Jordan). 

Alabama River basin. 

Noiotriwis lirus Jordtm, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. l«lft, ^^^YAjctw^^i^Vs^^ 
Aua other email Btreama aboat Rome, Georgia. 



260 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

511. Notropis roseipinniB Hay. 

Sandy streaiun of Gnlf States, from Escambia River to the Chlckasawba. 
yotropia ro*eipinni$ Hay, in Jordan, Gat. Fish. N. A., 27, 1885, Cbickasawba 
River, Enterprise, Miss. ; substitute for ruhripinni$f preoccapied. 

512. Notropis umbratilia (Girard). 

Arkansas River and streams of Kansas and southwestern Iowa. 
JlbumuB umbratiHt Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1856, 193, Sugar Loaf 
Creek, tributary of Poteau River, Arkansas. 

512a. Notropis ambratilis stripes (Jordan). 

Sonthem Illinois and Iowa. 

Lytkrnrn9 aino69 Jordan, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., vol. i, 69, 1878, streamtt of 
Union ana Johnson counties, Illinois. 

512b. Notropis umbrstllis lythmms (Jordan). 

Ohio Valley and rivers of neighboring States. 

NolropU lyihrnruB Jordan, Proe. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 476, White Hiver, 
Indianapolis, Indiana. 

512c. Notropis umbrstllis oyanooephalas (Copeland). 

Rivers of sonthem Wisconsin and northern Illinois and Indiana. 
LjfthruruB cuafMcephalui Copeland, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 70, Racine 
River, Wisconsin. 

512d. Notropis ambratilis ardens (Cope). 

Roanoke River, Virginia. 

Hifp$ilepi9 ardent Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 163, headwaters of 
Roanoke River, Slontgomery County, Virginia. 

5126. Notropis umbratilis fosoiolaris Gilbert. 

Sonthem bend of Tennessee River, in limestone streams. 
Notropis umhraiiHs fMoiolari$ Gilbert, Bull. U. 8. Fish Com., ix, 1888 (1891), 
148, streams about Florence, Alabama. 

512f. Notropis umbratilis matutinus (Cope). 

Neuse and Pamlico rivers ; common in sandy brooks. 

AlbumeUuM matutinut Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 465, Neuse 
River, Wake County, North Carolina. 

512g. Notropis umbratilis pnnotalatus (Hay). 

Tribntaries of Big Hatehee River, northern Mississippi. 
i/iiiin7M«piiK0/a(/a(fM Hay, Proe. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880,508, Tuscumbia River, a 
tributary of the Big Hatehee, uear Corinth, Mississippi. 

Oeniis 125. ERICTKBA Cope. 
Kricymba Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 88 (burcata). 

513. Brioymba buccata Cope. 

Michif^an and western Pennsylvania to Kansas, and southward to western 

Florida. 
Ericifmba buccata Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 88, Kiskiminitas 

River, n tributary of the Monongahela, western Pennsylvania. 

Oeniu 126. PHENACOBIUB Cope. 
Phenacobius Cope, Proc. Ac Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 96 (teretulvs). 

514. Phenacobiua teretulus C'ope. 

Kanawha River. Wt«t Virginia. 

Phenacobius teretulus Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 96, Kanawha 
River, Egglostou Springs, West Virginia. 

515. Phenacobiua mirabilis (Girard). 

lllinoin River to Arkansas. 

JCjvglostium mirabile (iirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 191, Arkansas 
River, fort iSraith, Arkansas. 



OHEGK-UST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 261 

516. PhenaoobiTiB soopifer (Cope). 

Illinois and Nebraska to the Rio Grande. 

Smroidium ioopjferum Cope, Hayden's Oeol. Surv. Wyo. for IA70 (1871), 440, 
Kissouri River near St. Joseph, Missouri. 

517. Phenaoobiaa oranopa Cope. 

Upper Tennessee Basin. 

PXinaeobina uranops Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1867, 96, Holstoii Hiver, 
Saltville, Virginia. 

518. Phenaoobiaa oatoatomna Jordan. 

Alabama River basin. 

Pkenaeobius oato9tomu8 Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 332, Etowah 
and Ooetanaula rivers, Rome, Georgia. 

Oenns 187. EVABBA Woolman. 

Evarra Woolman, Boll. U. 8. Fish. Com., xiv, 1894, 64 (eigenmanni). 

519. Evarra elgenmanni Woolman. 

City of Mexico. 

Evarra eigenmanni Woolman, Bull. U. 8. Fish (/om., xiv, 1894, 64, City of 
Mexico. 

Oflwis 188. TIABOOA Oirard. 

Tiaroga Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. SvA, Phila. 1856, 201 (cohitin). 

520. Tiaroga oobitis Girard. 

Rio San Pedro, a tributary of Rio Gila. 

Tiaroga cobitiB Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhUa. 1856, 204, Rio Sun Podro, 
Arizona. 

Oflwis 189. RHimOHTHyB Agaisis. 

Bhiniehthys Agassiz, Lake Superior, 353, 1850 {atromMus). 

521. Rhlniohthya cataractee (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Long-nosed Dace. 

New England to Virginia and Wisconsin, its varieties ranging to the Pacific 

Coast. 
Oohio caiaracke Cnvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvi, 315, 1842, 

Niagara Falls. 

521a. Rhinichthya oataiaotas dulcis (Girard). 

Upper Missonri, Platte, Arkansas, Rio Grande, and Colorado rivers; the 
Columbia River; the Utah Basin, and coastwise streams of Washington 
and Oregon. 

Argyreus dulcia Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1856, 185, Sweetwater Kiver, 
Wyoming. 

522. Rhlniohthya aimua Garman. 

Coahuila, Mexico. 

Bhiniohihye eimue Garman, Science Observer, 61, 1881, Coahuila, Mexico. 

523. Rhlniohthya atronaana (Mitchill). Black-noeed Dace, 

New England to Minnesota, northern Alabama, and Virginia. 
CypHnue atronasue Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 460, 181.5, VVjillkill 
River; brooks of New York. 

523a. Rhlniohthya atronaaus croceua (Storer). 

Tennessee Basin ; abundant in clear brooks. 

LeacUeue oroceue Storer, Proc. Host. Soc. Nat. Hist., ii, 1845, 4h, Alabama, prob- 
ably Florence. 

523b. Rhlniohthya atronaaua lunatus (Cope). 

Jjakfls and brooks of Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and in Uainy 

River. 
BkinUfkthvs Junatus Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8cl. PhWa. 1^154, 'il^i, V3iio«&<5 \^\«», 
Micbigftn. 



262 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

523o. Rhiniohthys atronasus meleagrla (Agassiz). 

Illinois and Towa. 

Rhiniohthyt meleagrU Agaasiz, Am. Jour. Soi. Arts 1854, 357, Burlington, Iowa. 

Oenos 180. AG08IA Oirard. 
AgoBia Oirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 186 (ehrysoga$ter), 

8abgeBBf APOCOPE Cope. 

Apocope Cope, Hayden's Qeol. Surv. Mont, for 1871 (1872), 472 {earringtoni) . 

524. Agoaia oacola (Girard). 

Lower Colorado and Gila rivers. 

Argyreiu oscuIub Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 186, Babocomori Creek, 
a tributary of the Rio San Pedro, Arizona. 

525. Agoaia yarroiiH Jordan & Evermann. 

Streams of Cfolorado in the Colorado River basin. 

Agosia yarroufi Jordan & Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., ix, 1889 (1891), 28. 
Tomichi Creek and Gunnison River, Gunnison, Colorado. 

526. Agoaia coueaii (Yarrow). 

Colorado River basin. 

Apocope ooueni Yarrow, Field and Forest, 1876, and Zool. Wheeler Surv., 648, 
1875 (1876), Camp Apache, Arizona. 

527. Agoaia adobe Jordan & Evermann. 

Sevier River, Utah. 

Agoeia adobe Jordan <& Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish. Com., ix, 1889 (1891) ^, 
Sevier River, Juab, Utah. 

528. Agoaia nevadenaia (Gilbert). 

Warm Springs in the deserts of south western Nevada; Ash Meadows, Indian 

Creek, and Vegas Creek, Nevada. 
Rkinichthys (Apocope) nevadenHa Gilbert, Death Valley Expedition, 230, pi. 

6, fig. 1, 189^, Ash Meadows, Amargosa Desert, Nevada. 

529. Agosia nnbila (Girard). 

Basin of the Columbia River from western Idaho, below Shoshone Falls of 
Snake River to the coast, and in coastwise streams from Washington 
southward into Oregon. 

Argyreue nuhilus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 180, Fort Steilacoom, 
Puget Sound. 

529a. Agoaia nabila carringtonii (Cope). 

Upper Snake River basin to Heart Lake in Yellowstone Park ; thence extend- 
ing southward in the Great Basin and the Coast Ranges. 

Apocope carringtonii Cope, Hay den's Fifth Annual Report U. S. Geological 
Survey for 1871 (1872), 472, Warm Springs, Box Elder County, Utah. 

530. Agoaia velifera (Gilbert). 

Pahrana^at Valley, southwestern Nevada. 

Bhinichthifa (Apocope) velifer Gilbci-t, Death Valley Expedition, 229, pi. 6, fig. 
2, 1893, Pahranagat ^'alley, Nevada. 

531. Agoaia omatilla Gilbert «& Evermann. 

Columbia River at Umatilla, Oregon, and the Payette and Salmon rivers, 

Idaho. 
Agosia umalilfa Gilbert &. Evermann, Investigations in the Columbia River 

Basin, 42, pi. 9, fig. 2, 1894, Columbia River, Umatilla, Oregon. 

532. Agoaia falcata Eigenmann & Eigenmann. 

Columbia River basin; Boise River at Caldwell, Idaho: Payette River at 
Payette, Idaho ; Columbia River at Pasco and Umatilla, and Mill Creek 
at Walla Walla. 

Agosia falcata Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Am. Nat., xxvii, February i, 1893, 
153, Boise River at Caldwell, Idaho. 



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SBkfWBi 1608U filrwd. 

533. Agorta ohiyflogaster Girard. (\ . ^ , 

Tribatories of the Gila River. Cn^-^rY^A. 

Agotia ehrffogoBier Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 187, Rio Santa 
Cruz, Sonora, Mexico. 

0«i» ISl. SZBOmr Agawis. ? 

HghoptU Agaaeiz, Am. Joar. Sci. Arts 1854, 358 (graoilis = amblopa), 

8akcmu EBUTSTIX Joriaa. 

BrimywUuB Jordan, Geo]. Sarv. Ohio, iv, Zool., 858, 1882 (dis9imilU). 

534. Hybopsia tetranema Gilbert. ^ ^^ *- ^ 

Tributaries of Arkansas River in Kansas and Arkansas. 
BghaptiM ieiranemua Gilbert, Bull. Washbnrn College Lab., vol. 1, No. 7, 
2Q8, 1886, Elm and Spring creeks. Medicine Lodge, Kansas. 

535. HybopaU aiatiyalis (Girard). ^AX^t'^.^^V*^ 

Arkansas River to the Rio Grande. 

Oobio aaHvalis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 189, Rio San Juan, 
Monterey, New Leon, Mexico. 

535a. Hybopsia ssativalis maroonis Jordan & Gilbert. 

Abundant in Rio San Marcos, San Marcos, Texas; also known from the 
Gnadalnpe River near San Marcos and the Rio Comal at New Braunfels, 
Texas. 

HghootU cuHvalia maroonis Jordan <& Gilbert, l^roc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 22, 
Rio San Marcos, San Marcos, Texas. 

536. Hybopsia hyostoma (Gilbert). 

Indiana to Iowa, and sonth to the Alabama River. 

NooamU kyaaUmua Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1884, 203, White River, 
Bedford, Indiana. 

537. Hybopsia gelida (Girard). 

Middle Missonri River basin from Wyoming to eastern Nebraska. 

GoHo gelidua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 188, Milk River, Montana. 

538. Hybopsis meeki Jordan &, Evermann. 

Missonri River at St. Joseph and elsewhere, in the river channel. 
HghopHa meeki Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 317, 
1896, Missouri. River at St. Joseph, Missouri. 

539. Hybopsis montana Meek. 

TVpes supposed to be fh)m the upper Missonri. 

Ughmpeie monianue Meek, Proo. IJ. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 526, locality unknown, 
but collected by Dr. F. V. Hayden. 

540. Hybopsis oumingil (Giinther). 

California; only the tvpe known. 

Ceraiiaikih^B cumingii GUnther, Cat., vii, 177, 1868, California. 

541. Hybopsia monaoa (Cope). 'l>f<iyw>r^iS)r\i^ 

Tennessee Basin, in the river channels. 

Ctraiickih^e wionacua Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1867, 227, Holston River, 
Washugton County, Virginia. « *- 

542. Hybopsis dlsslmllls (Kirtland). Spotted Shiner. 

Lake Erie to the headwaters of the Tennessee and west to Arkansas und 

Iowa. 
JauUus diBsimilis Kirtland, Bost. Jour. Nat. Hist., iii, 1840, 341, pi. 4, fi^. 2^ 

Msboning River, Ohio, and Lake Erie near Cleveland, 0\i\o. 



264 REPORT OF COMIflBSIONEB OF FI8H AND FISHERIES. 

543. Hybopsis watanga Jordan & Evennann. 

Holstoii River, Virginia; Watanga River. Tennessee ; White River, Arkan- 
sas; Big Harren River, Kentucky, anci Tippeeanoe River, IndiauH. 

HyhoptU waiauaa Jordan & Evennann, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Muh. 1^<8^. :>.'i5, 
Wataaffa Inver, Elizabeth town, Tennessee ; North Fork of Holtttou River, 
Saltville, Virginia. 



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544. Hybopsis labrosa (Cope). 

Basin of the Santeo in North and South Carolina. 

Ceratichihys lahrosHS Copo, Proo. Amer. Phil. See. 1870, 458, tributarien of 
Catawba River, McDowell and Burke counties. North Carolina. 

545. Hybopsis hypsinota ((>ope). 

Santee Basin, in North and South Carolina. 

Ceratichthye hfip$inotu8 Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 458, tributaries 
of Catawba River, McDowell C-ounty, North Carolina. 

546. Hybopsis nibrifrons (Jordan). 

Basin of the Altamaha, Georgia. 

Xocomis rubri/rona Jordan, Ann. Lye. Xat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 330, Ocmnlgee 
River, Flat Shoals, Georgia. 

547. Hybopsis amblops (Rafinesque). Silver Chub. 

New York to Iowa, and southward to Alabama; very common in the Ohio 

and Tennessee valleys. 
RuHlna amblaps Rafinesque, Icbth. Ohiensis, 51, 1820, Ohio River at the Falls. 

548. Hybopsis storeriana (Kirtland). 

Lake Erie to Nebraska and eastern Wyoming, Tennessee, and Arkansas; 

abundant in the larger streams, especially in Iowa and Nebraska. 
RuHlus stornrianuB Kirtland, Proo. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., 1, 1842, 71, Lake Erie. 

K«MslUs TI7BIBU Jforiaa A Ewnumm, 

Yuriria Jordan & Evennann, Fishes North and Middle America, 321, 1896 
(alius), 



549. Hybopsis alta (Jordan). Pe«ca lilanca. 

Lakes and streams of Guani^uato, tributary to Rio I^rma, Mexico, in PaciBc 
drainage. 

HudioniuH alius .fordan, I^oc. IT. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 301, Lake Tupataro, Gua- 
najuato, Mexico. 

J" Kaby^ai XOCOMIS tiirvil. 
,^ XacomiB Girard, Proc. Ac Xat. Sei. Phila. 1856, 190 {nehraBctnHs — keu- 

Vj tuMentxB). 

\\ 550. Hybopsis kentuckiensis (Rafinesque). Homy Head; River Chub; Jerker; 
^ Indian Chub, 

Pennsylvania to Wyoming and Alabama, on both Hides of the Allegbanies; 

everywhere abundant in the larger streamH, seldom ascending small 

brookn. 
Luxilus kentuckieuHia Rnfinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 48, 1820, Ohio River. 

Oeniu 132. COUESniS Jordan. 

Coueniut Jordan. Hull. Hayden's (»eol. Surv. Terr., iv, 785, 1878 (milneri), 

551. Couesiussquamilentus (Cope). 

Henry Fork of (ircen River in southwestern Wyoming. 
CeratichthyB Bqtiamilentu^ Cope, flaydeu's Geol. Surv. Wyo. for 1870 (1872), 
442, Henry Fork of (*reen River, Wyoming, Colorado Basin. 

552. Couesius plumbeus (Agassiz). 

Streams and lakes, from Lake Superior east to the Adirondack region and 

New Brunswick. 
(iobio plumbeuB Agassi/, Lake Superior, 366, 1856, Lake* Sui>erior. 



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553. Coueaias disaimilis (Girard). 

Upp«r Misaoof i aud Black Hills region. 

LeucoBomufi diBaimilis Giranl, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 189, Milk River 
anil Little Muddy River, Montana. 

554. Coueaias greeni Jordan. 

StnartLake, headwaters of Fraser River in British Columbia, aud Lake Pend 

Oreille, Idaho. 
Couesiua greeni Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1893, 313, Stuart Lake, British 

Columbia. 

555. Coueaias adustos Woolman. 

Rio de loc Conchos, Chihuahua, Mexi6o. 

Coueeius adMtiis Woolinau, Bull. U. S. (Hsh(-oni., xiv, 181>i, .57, Rio de los 
Conchos, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Genus 138. FIATTGOBIO GUI. 

P/aly^6to Gill, Trans. Amer. Phil. Sou. Phila., v, 1863, IIS {communis -gracilis), 

556. Platygobio pbysignathus (Cope). 

Upper waters of Arkansas River; very abundant iu the channels, the moat 

common fish at Pueblo, Colorado. 
Ceratickihgs phyaignathns Cope, Wheeler Surv., Zool., v, 651, 1875 (1876), 

Arkansas River, Pueblo, Colorado. 

557. Platy^obio gracilis (Richardson). Flat-headed Chub, 

East slope of the Rock]^ Mountahi^ from Missouri aud Vellowstoue rivers 

to the Sask^chewan. \ ^ 

Cgprinus ( LeuciaSn^j[ffficilis Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., Fishes, 120, pi. 78, 

1836, Saskatchei^n River at Carlton-house, Canada. 

558. Platygobio pallldus Forbes. 

One specimen from Ohio River at Cairo. 

Platygobio pallidus Forbes, in .Jordan «& Gilbert, Synopsis, 220, 1883, Ohio 
' River at Cairo, Illinois. 

Genus 1S4. EXOGLOSSUH Baflnesqne. 
Exoglossum Rafinesque, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i, 1818, 420 {lesueurianum). 

559. Bxoglossum nuudlliugua (LeSnuur). Cut-lips; Xigger Chub; Xigger Dick, 

Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River, Lake Champlain, Hudson River, and 
Cayuga Lake, and southward to Virginia; abundant in the basins of 
the Susquehanna, Hudson, Potomac, James, Roanoke, aud Kanawha. 

Cgprinua maxilUnguu LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i, 1817, 85, Pipe 
Creek, Maryland. 

Gtnns 136. LSIDOMXDA Cope. 

Lepidomeda Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1874, 131 (vitiata). 

560. Lepidomeda vlttata Cope. 

Known only from the Colorado Chiquito River, Arizona, aud fr<)|n Pahra- 

nagat Valley, Nevada. 
Lepidomeda vittata Cope, Proc. Amir. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1874, 131, Rio Colorado 

Chiqnito, Arizona. 

561. Lepidomeda jarrovii Cope. 

Colorado Chiquito River, Arizona; also iu southern Nevada, iu Hprin^s iu 
the desert. 

Iicpidomeda jarrovii Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1874,132, Rio Colo- 
rado Chiquito, Arizona. « 

Genus 186. MEDA Girard. 
Meda Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 185G, 11)1 (fulgida). 

562. Meda fulgida Girard. 

Rio Gila, Arizona. 

lf«fa/ji/^i<ia Girard, Proc. Ac Nat. Sri. Phila. 1856, l^\,U*\oSnk\\ V*5v\\o, K\v 
zona. 



266 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oeniu 187. PLAGOPTERITB Cope. 

Plagopterus Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1874, 130 (argeniUHmuM). 

* # ^^ 
563. Plagopterus argenttssimas Cope. Xi <X4. v^' '^ 

Colora<lo Basin in westem Colorado (Cope); Fort Ynma (Gilbert). 
riagopterua argenliaaimus Cope, Proc. Amer. Pbil. Soc. Phila. 1874, 190, Sao 
Lais Valley, Colorado. 

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Genus 138. MAOSODON Miiller. 

Macrodon MUller, Archiv Auat., 1842, 308 {irahira=malaharicva). 

564. Macrodon microlepis GUnther. 

Panama to Ecuador, chiefly west of the Andes; known fVom Rio Chagres 

and from Ecuador. 
Macrodon microlepis Giinther, Cat., v, 282, 1864, western Ecuador ; Chagres 

River, Guatemala. 

FamUy XXXTX CHARACINID2I. The Charaoina. 

Genus 189. CUBIMATA (Cavier) Cloqnet 
Curimaia Cuvier, in Cloquet, Diet. Hist. Nat., xu, 240, 1818 (edmiula). 

565. Curlmata magdalense Steindachner. Sardina Blanca, 

Rio Magdalena and Rio Mamoni, Colombia. 

Curimatu9 magdalentE Steindachner, Fisch-Fauna des Magdalenen-Stromes, 
34, 1878, Rio Magdalena, Colombia. 

Genus 140. PIABJJCIKA Cnvier ft Yalendennes. 

Piahucina Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xxii, 161, 1849 {erytkri- 
noidee). 

566. Piabucina panamenaie Gill. 

Rio Frijoli, Atlantic Slope of Isthmus of Panama. 

Piabucina panametmis Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1876, 336, Rio Frijoli, 
Isthmus of Panama. 

Genu 141. TETBAG0H0PTERU8 Cavier. 

TetragoHopienis (Artedi) Cuvier, R^gne An., ii, 166, 1817 (argenteut). 

Kabg«aai A8TTANAX Bslrd k Giranl. 

Jaigamaz Baird <& Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 26 {argeutatu$), 

567. TetragonopteruB asneus Giinther. 

Oaxaca, Mexico, and Kio Chagres, south to Brazil. 

Teiragonopivrus aneua Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1860, 319, Oaxaca, 
Mexico. 

568. Tetragonoptems mtilu8 Jcnyns. 

Mexico to Ecuador and Rio de la Plata; recorded as common in Central 

America. 
Tetratjonopierun rutilus Jenyns, Zool. Beagle, Fishes, 125, 1842, Rio Parana, 

Soutli America. 

569. Tetragonoptems panamenais Giinther. 

Streams about Panama and Lake Yzabal. 

Tetragonopterua patiamcnsia Giinther, Cat., v, 324, 186-1, Panama ; Lake Yzabal. 

570. Tetragonoptems microphthalmus Giinther. 

Guatemala (Lake Amatitlan) tu Pern. 

TetragoHopterus microphihahnua Guuther, Cat., v, 324, 1864, Lake Amatitlan; 
Kio Kimao, Peru. 






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571. Ttotragonoptenui cnrstedii Kroyer. 

Rio San Joan, Nioaraffua. 

TetraganapieruB (grsteaii Kroyer, in Liitken, let. Bidrag, iii, 229, 1874, Rio San 
Jnan, Nicaragaa. 

572. Tetrmgonoptertni petenenaia Gilnther. 

Lake Peten to western Ecuador ; sontheaet to Argentine Repablic. 
Tetraganoptems petenenHs GUnther, Cat., v, 326, 1864, Lake Peten. 

573. Tetragonoptenia aoabripinnie Jenyns. 

Jamapa, Mexico, to Rio Janeiro. 

Tetragonapterua scahripinnis Jenyns, Zool. Beagle, Fishes, 125, 1842, Rio 
Janeiro, Brazil. 

574. Tetragonoptems hmnilia Gttnther. 

Lake Amatitlan, Guatemala. 

Tetrugonepterus humilU GUnther, Cat., v, 327, 1864, I^ake Amatitlan, Guate- 
mala. 

575. Tetragonoptema brevixnanua Gilnther. 

Guatemala. 

Tetraganopterua brevimanus Gilnther, Cat., v, 325, 1864, Yzabal; Kio San 
Geronimo, Guatemala. 

576. Tetragonoptema mezicanua Filippi. 

Lakes about the City of Mexico. 

Tetragaiioptenu mexicanus Filippi, in Guerin's Rev. Mag. Zool., 166, 1853, City 
of Mexico. 

577. Tetragonoptems argentatua (Baird & Girard). 

Southern Texas and Mexico (Rio Nueces, Rio Leona, and Rio Grande) ; also 
recorded, probably by error, from Arkannas. 

Astyanax argentaiits Bairil &. (lirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., vii, 1854, 27, 
Rio Nueces, Rio Leona, Zoquito, Comanche Spring, Kim ('reek, Turkey 
Creek, San Felipe, Devil River, lirownsville, and Kio Sabinal. 

Oenas 142. BBTCON MiiUer ft TroMhel. 
Bryoon MiiUer &, Troschel, Hor.ne IchthyologinB, i, 15, 1845 (faloatmi), 

8«bff«BMi CHALCIX0P818 Kner. 

ChaleinoptU Kner, Sitzber. Akad. Wiss. Miinchen, 226, 1863 (striatuluB). 

578. Bryoon dentex Gilnther. 

Yucatan to Ecuador. 

Bryoon deniex GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1860, 240, Ksmeraldan, Kciia<lor. 

579. Bryoon atriatnlua (Kner). 

Rio Chagres and streams about Panama. 
• Chaloinopaie $triatulus Kner, Sitzber. Akad. Wiss. Miinchen, 223, 1863, Panama. 

Genus 148. OASTEROFELECUS (Oronow) Pallas. 

OoBteropelecua Gronow, Mus. Ichthyol., ii, 7, 1763 (uonbinomial). 

580. Gasteropeleona maculatua Steindachner. Peche Peche. 

Rio Mamoni, near Panama. 

Oaaieropelecua maculatua Steindachner, Fluss-FischeSildamerikas, 168, 1879, 
Rio Mamoni, at Chepo, Panama. 

Cknus 144. BIEBOIDES Giinther. 
Raiboidea GUnther, Cat., v, 347, 1864 {mioroUpia). 

581. Roaboidea gnatemalenaia (GUnther). 

Rio ChBgrea and atreama of Gnateraala. 
jinaeifrtua guatemalenaia Gflnther, Cat., V, 347, 1864, R\o CYiflk^xea', 'RxiLaavxxsiVi^X- 



268 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Genus 146. BRAMOCHARAX GUI. 
Bramocharax Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1877, 18» {hran§fordi), 

582. Bramocharax bransfbrdi Oill. 

Lake Nicaragua. 

Bramocharax brans/ardi Oill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Philn. 18T7. 1!)0, Lako Nint 
ragua. 

Geniu 146. LUCIOCHARAX Bteindachner. 

Luciocharax Steindachner, Fisoh-Fauna doA Magdalenen-Atronieti, iV!. 1>Q$ 
(inBOulptua), 

583. Luoiocharaz inaoulptus Steindachner. 

Rio Magdalena, and Rio Mamoni near Panama. 

Luciocharax innculjatvLS Steindachner, Fisch-Fanna des Magdaleneu-StroniM. 
67, 1878, Rio Magdalena, and Rio Mamoni near Panama. 

Suborder a7MNONOTI. 

FamUy XL. aTMNOTIDiB. 

Oeiiiu 147. OITON Kanp. 

(iiton Kanp, in Dum^ril, Analyt. Ichth., 201, 1856 {fMtciatus). 

584. Qlton fasciatus (Pallas). Carapo, 

(tnntemala to Rio de la Plata; recorded from Rio Matagaa and Grenada. 
(rymnotns faBciatua Pallas, Spicilegia Zool., vii, 35, 1769, "fresh waters of 
America. '^ 

Genu 148. EIGEnCANHIA Jordan A STermann. 

Eigenmannia Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America. .Hll, 
1896 (AMifiMdti). 

585. Bigenmaiinia humboldti (Steindachner). Macana. 

Rio Magdalena, and Rio Mamoni near Panamn. 

Stentopygus humboldti Steindachner. Fisch-Fanna des Magdalenen-Stromes. 
55, 1878, Rio Magdalena, Veneznela. 

Order O. S7MBRANCHIA 

FamUy XLI. S7MBRANCHID.2B. The Symbranohoid Bela. 

Genus 149. STKBRANCHUS Blosh. 

Si/mbranchufi Bloch, Ichthyologia, ix, 87, 179.5 (marmoratuft). 

586. Symbranchus marmoratua Hloch. 

Tropical Anifirica, in ntrearos from the Amazon northward to hoiithern 

Mexico and St. Lucia. 
Sfimhrancltita marmoraius Hloch. Ichthyologia, ix, 87, pi. 418, 17iK), Tropical 

America. 

Order P. CARENCEtELTI The Long-neoked Bela. 

FamUy XLII. DERICHTH7ID.S. 

Genus 150. DEBICHTHYS GiU. 

DrrichthifM (iill. Am. Nat., xviii. 1SS4, A'.VA (nerpeniinHn). 

587. Derichthys serpeutinus Gill. - 

(J till* Stream. 

JfenchthitMHvrpentinusiilU, Am. Nut., win. 1S84, 43.3, Gulf Stream at Alhatross 
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OHKOK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 269 

Order Q. APODEB. The Eels. 

Suborder BNCHEL7CEPHALI. The Eels. 

FamUy ^Uiin. ANaUILLIDiB. The Trae Eels. 

Genus 151. ANGUILLA Shaw. EeU. 
Anguilla Shaw, General Zoology, iv, 15, 1804 (anguilla). 

588. Anguilla ohrysypa Rafinesqno. American Eel; F^'esh-waier EeU 

Atlantic Coast of the United States; very abundant from Maine to Mexico, 
ascending all rivers south of Canada and east of the Rocky Mountains 
and resident throughout the Mississippi Valley; common in tlio West 
Indies. 

Anguilla c^rj^aiypa Raft nesquo, Amer. Month. Ma<^. and Crit. Rev. 1817, 120, 
Lake George, Hudson River, and Lake Champlain. 

Family XZjy. 8IMBNCHEL7ID2I. The Bnnb-nosed Eels. 

Gtniui 162. SDOnGHELTB OUL 
Simenchelys Gill, in Goode & Kean, BiiU, Essex Inst., 27, 1879 {parasiticus), 

589. Bimenohelye par2i8itious Gill. 

Offshore banks, in deep water, south of Newfoundland; also recorded from 

the Azores. 
Simencheljfs 2}araeiticu8 Gill, in (too le Sl Bean, Bull. Essex Inst., 27, 1879, 

New^nndland Banks. 

Family XLV. IL70PHIDiEl. The Ooze Eels. 

Oenns 168. ILT0FHI8 GUbert. 
Jlgaphis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, :i51 {brunneus). 

590. nyophis bnmneus Gilbert. 

* One specimen f^om Chatham Island, Galapagos Archipelago, in 634 fathoms. 
Ilyopiie hrunnene Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 852, Chatham Island; 
Galapagos Archipelago, at Albatross Station 2808, in 634 fathoms. 

Family XLVI. 87NAPHOBRANCHIDiB. 

Gsnni 164. STKAFHOBRAKGHUS Johnson. 
Synaphobranchua Johnson, Proc. Zool. Soo. Lend. 1862, 169 (kaupii). 

591. SynaphobranohuB pimiatne (Gronow). 

North Atlantic and western Pacific; common about the Madeiras, Canaries, 

etc., and also about the banks of Newfoundland. 
Murcena pitinata Gronow, Cat. Fish. Brit. Mus., 19, 1854, locality unknown. 

Genus 156. HISTIOBRAVCHns GiU. 
Eietiohranchne Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, ?55 (in/emaliH). 

592. Hietiobranchae bathybius (Gilnther). 

Northern and western Pacific in deep water; Bering Strait; off Japan and 

off Cape of Good Hope; one specimen obtained by Dr. Gilbert in Bering 

Sea in 1890. 
Synaph*}branohu8 hathyhiue Giinther. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., x\, 1877,445, 

and in Voy. Challenger, 254, pi. 62, fig. 6, 1887, off Yedo; North Pacific; 

also between Cape of (lood Hope and Kerguelen Island. 

993. Histtobranohus infemalis Gill. 

Gnlf Stream. 

ER9iiokranckuB in/ernaih GUI, Proc. l'. 8. Nat. Mus. \^*^, 2;^, V\\At ^V^x^^wcsi, 
atAlbatroaa Station 2037, 38^ 30' N., 69^ W., in 1,1^1 iAX\iom^. 



270 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHEBIES. 

Family XLVH. LBPTOCEPHALID JQ. The Conser BeU. 

Oeiiiii 156. LEFTOCEFHALUS (Oxonow) Soopoli. Conger EeU, 
Leptocephalua (Oronow) Scopoli, lut. Hist. Nat., 453, 1/777 {morritH). 

594. Leptocephalus conger (Linnffius). Conger Eel, 

Atlantic Ocean; generally common on both coasts, from Cape Cod to Hrazil; 

also oil coasts of Asia and Africa. 
Muroiua conger Linnteus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 245, 1758, Mediterranean Sea. 

599. Leptocephalus caudilimbatua (Poey). 

Tropical parts of Atlantic ; Pehsacola to Cuba and Madeira* 
Eohelne o<kudilimbaiu9 Poey, Repertorio, ii, 249, 1867, Cuba. 

Oenas 167. CONOERXUBJENA Xanp. 
Congermurcsna Kaup, Apodes, 108, 1856 (haloarica), 

596. CongennuraBna baleaxica (De la Roche). 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic and eastern Pacific; known from the Mediter- 
ranean, Cnba, Brazil, 8t. Helena, Cape San Lucas, and the Galapaf^os. 

Mureena baUarica De la Roche, Ann. Mus., xui, 1809, 327, fig. 3, Balearic 
Islands. 

597. Congannur8Bna macrura (Gilbert). 

Gulf of California. 

Ophieoma macrurum Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 351, Gulf of California, 
at Albatross Station 3015. 

598. CongennuraBna prorlgera (Gilbert). 

Panama to Ecuador. 

OphxBoma prorigerum Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 350, coast of Ecuador, 

at Albatross Station 2792, in 401 fathoms; also at station 2799, near 

Panama. 

599. CongennoraBna nitena (Jordan <& Bollman). 

One specimen dredged at Albatross Station 2801, off Panama, 8"^ 47' N., 

79^ 29' 30" W., in 14 fathoms. 
Ophisoma nitene Jordan <& Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 153, Panama. 

600. Congennursena flava Goode & Bean. 

Albatross Stations 2121 and 2122, in 31 to 34 fathoms; Station 2402, in 111 

fathoms; also Blake Station 264, in 84 fathoms. 
Congermur(rna Jtava Goode &, Beau, Oceanic Ichthyology, 138, fig. 159, 1896, 

Gulf Stream. 

Oeniu 158. UBOOONOEB Kaup. 

Vroconger Kaup, Apodes, 110, 1856 (Jepturue), 

601. XTroconger vlcinua Vaillant. 

Deep waters off the coast of northern Africa; a young individual at Alba- 

trosH Station 2161, in 146 fathoms. 
Vrocongtr vicinm Vaillant, Expdd. Travailleur et Talisman, 86, pi. 6, tig. 1, 

1888, Banc d'Arguiu, off Soudan, off Cape Venle Islands. 

Family XliVUI. MX7R.SNESOCID.S. 

Oeniu 159. 1CUB.EHES0X McClelland. 

Murirnesox McClelland, Calcutta .Jour. Nat. Hist., iv, 1843, 408 {tricwipidata), 

Nabffenai XriLi:>ESOX XcClflUBd. 

602. Mursenesoz conicepa Jordan &. (ililbort. 

Capo San Lucas to the coast of Colombia; generally common. 
Murivnenox conicepa Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 348, 
Mazutlan, Mexico. 

603. Muraeneaoz savanna (Cnvier). 

Cnba to Kio JantMro, not common; occasional in the Mediterranean Sea. 
Muraena savanna Cuvior, Uegne Animal, ov\.2,vo\.'2,^oO,VS2!d,^ax^\3a\Q^<b. 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHE8. 271 

Bmn 100. XIV0KT8TAX CKlbert 
XmumffiUu Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1891, 848 (atrarius). 

€M. Xenomystax atrarius Gilbert. 

Coast of Eoaador. 

Xenomy$iax atraHus Gilbert, Proo. IT. S. Nat. Mns. 189i; 348, 1^ S., 81^ W., at 
Albatroes Station 2792, in 401 fathoms. 

Oaniu 101. HOFLimns Kanp. 
Hoplunnii Kanp, Aale Hamb. Mns., 19, 1859 (schmidtii), 

605. Hoplunnia aohmidtii Kanp. 

Caribbean Sea at Puerto (-abello, near Aspinwall. 

Hoplunnls sckmidUi Kaop, Aale Hamb. Mus., 19, pi. 2, fig. 4, 1859, Puerto 
Cabello, near Aspinwall. 

606. Hoplnzmis diomedianus Goode &, Bean. 

A single individual was obtained by the Albatross at Station 2402, Gnlf of 

Mexico, 28^ 36' N., 86^ 50' W., Ill futhoms. 
ffoplunnit diomsdianvB Goode Sc Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 146, 1896, Gulf of 

Mexico. 

Oflnns 102. HEOCOHOXB Oirard. 
Neooonger Girard, U. S. Mez. Bound. Surv., Ichth., 77, 1859 (muoronatut), 

607. Neooonger muoronatas Girard. 

Coast of Texas. 

Neoeonger muoranaius Girard, U. S. Mex. Bound. Surv., Ichth., 77, 1859, St. 
Joseph Island, Texas. 

608. Neoconger ▼ermiformis Gilbert. 

Lower California and Panama. 

Neoconger vermiformie Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 57, off Lower Ca)i- 
fomia^ at Albatross Station 3035, in about 30 fathoms. 

Osnns 108. LEFTOOOHOXB Poey. 
Lepioamger Poey, Anales Hist. Nat. Esp., 250, 1880 (perlongue). 

609. Leptoconger perlongns (Poey). 

Matanzas, Cuba. 

Neoconger perlongns Poey, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., 1874, 67, pi. 9, fig. 3-4, 
Matanzas, Cuba. 

Oeniis 104. 8TILBISCU8 Jordtn k Bellman. 

Stilhieene Jordan Sl Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 549 (edwardsi). 

610. StUbiaoiui edwardai Jordan &, Bollman. 

Green Turtle Cay, one of the Bahamas. 

Siilhieene edwardii Jordan Sc Bollman, Proc. IT. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 549, Green 
Turtle Cay, Bahamas. 

Oeans 105. OOBDIICHTHYB Jordan k Davis. 

Oordiioh iky a J oTilnn «& Davis, Prelim. Review Apoflal Fishes, in Rept. U. S. 
Fish Com. 1888 (1892), 644 iirretitns). 

611. Gordiiohthya irretitiia Jordan & Davis. 

Snapper Banks off west Florida, in rather deep water. 
OordlichthyB irretitne Jordan <b Davis, Apodal Fishes, 644*, 1892, off Ponsa- 
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272 RKPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FMH AND FI8HKKIE8. 

Family XLIX. NETTASTOMIDJQ. The fik>rcerer8. 

Genus 186. CHI^P8I8 Bailnetqne. 

ChlopBU Rafinesque, Indice Ittiol. Sioil., 58, 1810 (hieol&r), 

612. Chlopela eqnatorialis Gilbert. 

Coaet of Ecnador. 

ChlooBis eguatorialis Gilbert, Proo. U. 8. Nat. Miie. 1891, .347, ofl' coomI of 
Ecuador, l^ 8., 81<^ W., at Albatross Station 2792, in 401 fnthomii. 

Oenni 167. VENXFICA Jordan k Bayis. 

Venefica Jordan & Davis, Apodal Fishes, 651, 1892 (prooera), 

613. Venefica prooera (Goode A, Bean). 

Gulf Stream ; also taken off San Pedro. California. 

Nettiitioma procerum Goode Sl Bean, Ball. Mns. Comp. Zool., x, 224, l^KJ. 

Gulf Stream, at Albatross Station S25, 33^ do' 20" N., 76'' W., iu &47 

fathoms ; also at Station 327. 

Family L. NBBCZCHTHTIDJB. The Snipe Eels. 

Oenni 168. 8ERBIV0MER Gill k Byder. 
Setrivamer Gill & Ryder, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1888, 260 (heami). 

614. filerrlTomer beanii Gill A Ryder. 

Gulf Stream; also taken in the Gulf of California. 

^erriromer beanii Gill & Ryder, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1883, 261, Gnlf Stream, 
latitude 41'' 40' 30"', longitude 65^ 28' 30'', in ^5 fathoms. 

Oenns 168. SPIinvOMER Oill k Byder. 
Spinivomer Gill & Ryder, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1883, 261 (goodei), 

615. SpiniTomer goodei Gill & Ryder. 

Golf Stream. 

Spinivomer goodei Gill A Ryder, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1883, 261, Gulf Stream, 
ut latitude '3S^ 19' 26", longitude 68^ 20' 20", in 2,361 fathoms. 

Oenns 170. AVOCETTIHA Jordan k Bayis. 
Avooetiina .Jordan & Davis, Apodal Fishes. 655, 1892 (in/ana). 

616. Avocettina infana (Giinther). 

Kbown from West Indies, mid- Atlantic, off Pemambnco. 
XemichthtfH infans Giinther, Anu. and Mag. Nat. Hist. 1878, 24, and in Vov. 
Chalieuger, xxii, 264, 1887. mid-Atlantic, in 2,500 fathoms. 

617. Avocettina gilli (Bean).' 

Coast of southeastern Alaska in deep water. 

Lahichthys gilli Mean. Proc. 11. S. Nut. Mus. 1890, 45, east of Prince of Wales 
Inhind, Alaska. 

Genus 171. LABICHTHTS OiU ft Byder. 

LahicMhyn (.ill & Ryder. Proc. V. S. Nat. Mns. 1883. 201 {carinatH$). 

618. Labichthys carinatuB (till Sl Ryder. 

Gulf Stream. 

LahirhthyM mrinatmt G'lW Sl Ryder, Pioo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 253, 255,261, 
Gulf Stream, 41" 13' X.,65 33' W. 

619. Labichthys elongatus Gill & Ryder. 

Gulf Sttrani. 

Labichthti^ elongaiuH iWW & Ryder. Proc. IT. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 262, Gulf Stream, 
at Albatross Staticm 2100, 39^ 22' N., 08^ 34' W. 



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tami 172. VS1QCHTHT8 Biehardion. 
Nemiektkif^i Kiehaidson, Voy. Samarang, 16; 1848 (seolopaceua). 

620. Nemiohthys scoloiMiceaB Richardson. Snipe Eel, 

Atlantic Ocean, in deep water ; many specimens taken off the New England 

eoast and oiT the Grand Banks ; common abont Madeira. 
XemiekthyB toolopaoea Richardson, Voy. Samarang, 25, 1848, South Atlantic. 

621. Nemichthys avooetta Jordan & Gilbert. 

Puget Sound near Seattle ; onl^ the type known. 

Nemiekthjfa avocetta Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 409, harbor of 
Port Gamble, Puget Sound, near Seattle. 

Family LI. MYBIDJB. The Worm Eels. 

Oenns 178. AHLIA Jordan k Bavie. 

Ahlia Jordan Sc Davis, Apodal Fishes, 62)9, 1892 (e^montia). 



622. Ahlia egmontis (Jordan). 

Egmont Key, Florida. 

MyrophU egmontU Jordan, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1884, 44, Egmont Key. 



Oenof 174. KTBOPHIS Liitken. 

MjfrophU Liitken, Vidensk. Meddel. Natnrg. Foren. Kjobenhavn, 1, 9, 1851 
(punclatHi), 

623. Myrophis punctatua Liitken. 

West Indies; coast of Texas to Surinam; common along our Gulf Coast. 
Myroph is punctatua Ltltken, Vidensk. Meddel. Naturg. Koren. Kjobenhavn, 
1, 9, l&l, West Indies. 

624. Myrophia vafer Jordan & Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of Tropical America, from Guaymas to Panama. 
Myrophia va/er Jordan Sc Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 645, Panama. 

Oenns 176. CHILOBHIN178 Liitken. 

C* i/or* in i»« Liitken, Vidensk. Meddt^l. Natnrg. Foren. Kjobenhavn. 1, 9, 1851 
(«tieii«oiitt). 

625. Chilorhinna anenaonii Liitken. 

St. Croix, West Indies. 

Chihrhinut auenaonii Liitken, Vidensk. Meddel. Natnrg. Foren. Kjobenhavn, 
1, 9, 1851, St. Croix, West Indies. 

Family LII. OPHXCHTHTIDJQ. The Snake Eels. 

Genof 176. SPHAGEBaAHCHUS Bloeh. 

Sphagehranckua Bloch, Ichthyologia, ix, 88, pi. 419, 1795 (roatratua), 

626. Sphagebranchua angniformia (Peters). 

Open Atlantic, near the West Indies.' 

(^hickthya {Sphagebranchua) angui/ormia Peters, Berlin. Monatsber. 1876, 849, 
Atlantic Ocean, 15- 40' N., 23^ 5' W. 

627. Sphagebranchua aelaohops (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Rocks abont Cape San Lucas. 

Apterichthya aelachopa Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, .S56, Cape 
San Lucas. 

Oeaos 177. VXRICA Jordan * Xvsrmann. 

r«rma .Jordan & Gvermann, Fishes N. and M. Amer., 374, 1896 {kendalli). 

628. Verma kendalli (Gilbert). 

Coast of Florida, in rather deep water. 

Sphagaranokua kendalli Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fifth Com., ix, \^aa ^\^V|, ^V^> 
offweBt oooHt of I'loridn, 25° 34' N., 82- m W., in 25 VaWiom*. 



274 REPORT OF 0OMMI8RIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oenu 178. LETHABCHUS Ooode ft Betn. 
Jjetharchus Ooode & Bean, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1882, 437 (velifer), 

629. Letharohus Telifer Goode & Bean. 

Coast of Florida, in rather deep water; known only from the Snapper Banks 

off Pensacola and Tampa. 
Letharchus velifer Goode & Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 437, West Florida. 

Genus 179. XTRICHTHT8 Oirard. 
Myr%chthy9 Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 58 {tigHnu9), 

630. Myriohthys tigrinus Girard. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico ; rather common aboat Mazatlan, and occasionally 

ranging northward. 
Myriohthys tigrinuB Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 58, Adair Bay, 

Oregon. 

631. Myrichthys oonlatua (Kanp). 

Tropical Atlantic ; Cnba to Snrinam, and Cape Verde Islands. 
FtBoodonophis oculatut Kanp. Apodes, 22, 1856, Cura^oa. 

632. Mjrriohthys aonminatns (Gronow). 

West Indies, occasionally northward to Florida Keys. 

Murwna acuminata Gronow, Fishes Brit. Mus., 21, 1854, Insula Dly. Eostachti. 

Oenns 180. PIBOODOHOPHIS Kanp. 
Pi$oodonophU Kaup, Apodal Fishes, 17, 1856 {baro), 

633. Piaoodonophia oruentifer Goode & Bean. 

Two specimens at Station 1035 of U. S. Fish Commission steamer Fish Hawk, 
39^ 5T N.. 69^ 28' W., in 120 fathoms; fonr others at nearly same region 
in 245 fathom A. 

Pitoodonophis cmentifer Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 147, lig. 166, 
1896, Gulf Stream. 

Oenns 181. CALUCHELYS Kanp. 

Callechelya Kaup, Apodes, 28, 1856 (guichenoH), 

634. Callechelys mnrsena Jordan <& Evermann. 

Snapper Banks off Pensacola. 

Callechelys murama Jordan & Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1886, 466, Snap- 
per Banks. 

Oenns 182. BABCAHICHTSTS Jordan ft Bavii. 

liascanichtkys Jordan &, Davis, Apodal Fishes, 621, 1892 {hasoanium), 

635. Bascaniohthys scnticariB (Goo<le «& Bean). 

West coast of Florida. 

Sphagehranchus scuticaris (voodo «& Boan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 343, Cedar 
Key, Florida. 

636. Bascanichthys peninsulas (Gilbert). 

La Paz Hay, Gnlf of California. 

Callechelys peninsula: Gilbert, I'roc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 548, La Paz Bay. 

637. Bascaniohthys baacaniom (Jordan). 

K^tnont Key, Florida. 

Cacula hasoanium Jordan, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1884, 43, Egmont Key, 
Florida. 



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Ofliiu 183. QUAMIBBXini Jordan k Bftvis. 

Qiuu9iremu9 Joidan &, DaviSy Apodal Fishes, 622, 1892 (evionthaa), 

638. QnasairamaB nothoohlr (Gilbert). 

San Josef Island, Gulf of California. 

Opkichthvt nothoohir Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 58, San Josef Island, 
Galf of California. 

639. QoaasiremaB eviontbas (Jordan «& Boll man). 

Hood Island, Galapagos Archipelago. 

Opkichihut eviontkat Jordan «& Bollinan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 154, Hood 
Island, Galapagos Arohipelago. 

Oenni 184. OPUICUTUUS Thimberg ft Ahl. 
Opkiekthut Thanberg & Ahl, De Muraena et Ophichtho, 1789 (aphis). 

8«1^BH CBTPT0PTBBU8 Em«p. 

Crjfptopterut Kaup, Aale Hamburg, 1859 (puncticepB), 

640. Ophlchthos punotioepB (Kanp). 

Caribbean Sea at Puerto Cabello, near Aspinwall. 

Cryptoptertu punoHoepa Kanp, Aale Hamb. Mas., ii, pi. 1, fig. 2, 1859, Poerto 
Caoello, Caribbean Sea. 

SabffMiBi 0PHICHTHU8 Thaaberg A Ahl. 

641. Ophlohthos baTannenais (Bloch & Schneider). 

West Indied ; apparently not common. 

Murama havannensis Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 491, 1801, Havana; after 
Parra. 

642. Ophlohthos retropinnia (Eigenmann). 

Snapper Banks, off Pensacola, Florida. 

OphtokthyB retropinnU Eigenmann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 116, Snapper 
Banks, off Pensacola. 

Sabgeasi HUILEN0P8I8 Emsp. 

MuramopaU Kaup, Apodes, 11, 1856 (ooellatua), 

643. Ophiohthos gattifer (Bean «& Dresel). 

Snapper Banks, off Pensacola, Florida. 

Ophiekthys guUifer Bean <& Dresel, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., ii, 1884, 100, Snapper 
Banks, off Pensacola, Florida. 

644. Opfalohthos ooellatus (LeSnenr). 

West Indies, south to Brazil and north to Pensacola. 

Muratnophis ooellatu$ LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., v, 1825, 108, pi. 4, 
fig. 3, South America. 

645. Ophiohthas triaerlaliB (Kaup). 

Pacific Coast of Tropical America, rather common, from Lower California 

to the Galapagos. 
Muranaptia irUerialia Kaup, Ai>odes, 12, 1856, Pacific. 

• Svl^asf SCTTAL0PHI8 Ksvp. 

SoytalophU Kanp, Apodes, 18, 1856 (magnioculU). 

640. Ophiohthiia gomeaii (Castelnau). Sea Serpent; Sea Eel; Wkipanake Eel, 

South Carolina to Rio Janeiro; generally common, especially about the 

Florida Keys and Cuba. 
Opkiiwrus gameeii Castelnau, Anim. Am. Sud, 84, pi. 44, fig. 2, 1855, Rio Jaueiro. 

647. Ophiohthas sophoohir (Jordan <& Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, Guaymas to Acapnlco. 

OphichihyB zophochir Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. ^ua. \*^\,^\n,^^aa^ 
»tl3n, MexJeo, 



276 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

648. Ophiohthos magniooulis (Kanp). 

West Indies to Brazil; Aspinwall. 

Soytalophit nutgnioculiB Kaup, Apodes, 13, fig. 7, 1856, St. Croix mihI Bra/.il. 

649. OphiohthuB parilla (Richardson). 

Cuba to Brazil. 

OphUttru9 parilia Hichardson, Voy. Erebus and Terror, 105, 1844, West ludir^. 

Oenns 186. KT8TRI0PHI8 Ksvp. 

MyairiophU Kaup, Apodes, 10, 1866 {ro§i€llaiu§), 

8abg«Bai ECH10P8I8 Ksvp. 

Echiop$i9 Kanp, Abhandl. Natur. Verein Hamburg, iv, IS, ISGO {interUnrtuM). 

650. MyBtriophiB intertlxiotiui (Riohardson). 

West ludies, north to Pensacola, Florida. 

Ophisurus intertinctu$ Richardson, Voy. Erebus and Terror, Fishes, 102. 1844, 
West Indies. 

Oenns 186. 8CYTAU0HTHT8 Jordan ft Davis. 

SotftaHohtky$ Jordan & Davis, Apodal Fishes, 635, 1892 (laiairaM). 

651. fitoytaliohthys miurua (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Capo San Lucas, Lower California. 

Ophichihy$ miuru$ Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1882, 357, Cape Smo 
Lucas, Lower California. 

Oenns 187. BSACHT801I0PHIS Kaiq». 

Braehyiomophii Kanp, Apodes, 9, 1856 (horridu$). 

652. Braohysomophia orooodilinus (Bennett). 

East Indies ; a specimen recorded by Giinther from the Galapagos. 
OphiBurits crocodilinits Bennett, Proc. Zool. See. Lond. 1833, 32, Manrttios. 

Suborder COLOCBPHALI. 

Family LIU. MTTBJBNIDJB. The Moraya. 

Oenns 188. ENCHELTCOBE Kanp. 

Knchelycore Kaup, Apodes, 72, 1856 {euryrhina). 

653. Bnohelycore nigricans (Bonuaterre). 

Went Indies ; rather comniou. 

Murcena nigricann Bonnaterre, Eucycl. Meth. Ichth., 34, 1788, South America; 
after Gronow. 

Oenns 189. FTTHOinCHTHTS Poey. 

Pyihonichthys Poey, Repertorio, ii, 265, 1867 {sanguineiu). 

654. Pythonichthys sanguineus Poey. 

Const of Cuba, in rather deep water. 

Pythonichthys sanguineus Poey, Repertorio, ii, 265. pi. 2, tig. 7, 1867, Cnba. 

Oenns 190. BABULA Jordan ft Davis. 

liabula .Jordun &. Daviti, A|K>dal FishcH, 589, 1892 (aquwdulcis). 

655. Rabula aqusedulcis (Cope). 

Two 8|>ecinieu8 known, one said to be from San Diogo, the type from Riu 

(iraiulo in CoHtn Hicn. 
Munrna aqua-dulcin Cope, l'. S. (leol. Surv. Mont., etc., 474, 1871 (1872), Kio 

Grande near 8an June, Costa Kica. 

656. Rabula marmorea (Valenciennes). 

(ialapa^os Islands. 

Muronophis marmorvuH Valenciennes, Voy. Vc^uns, Zool., 347, pi. 10, fig. 1, 1856, 
Galapagoa Archi]telago. 



CHECK -LIST OF NORTH AMEUICAN FISHES. 277 

657. Rabnla panamensiB (Steindacbner). 

Pacific Coast of Central America. 

Mur(gna panameMit Steindacbner, Ichth. Heit., v, 19, 1876, Panainn. 

658. Rabnla longioanda (Peters). 

Tropical Atlantic, off the West Indies. 

Mmrama langicauda Peters, Berliner Monatsberichte 1876, 850, open Atlautic. 

Oenof 191. LTOODOHTIS KoCleUand. 

LyoodontU McClelland, Calcutta Jour. Nat. Hist., v, No. 18, 1844, 173 {lit- 
erata^=tHe). 

Ssbguivi LTC0D0NTI8 HeClellMid. 

659. Lyoodontia verrilli (Jordan Sl Gilbert). 

Panama; one specimen known. 

Sidera verrilU Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1882, 623, Panama. 

660. Lyoodontia vioinas (Castelnau). 

Tropical Atlantic, Cuba to Africa and Brazil. 

Jfiira*)iopA i« ridna Castelnan, Anim. Amer. Rnd, Poiss., 81, pi. 42. fig. 4, 18.55, 
Bania, Brazil. 

661. Lyoodontia vireaoena (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Oymnoiharax vire$cen9 Poey, Ennmeratio, 1.56, 1875, Cnba. 

662. Lyoodontia polygoniua (Poey). 

Cnba. 

Gymnothorax polygoniM Poey, Ann. N. Y. Lye. Nat. Hist. 1870, 68, Havana. 

663. Lyoodontia morlnga (Cnvier). Common Spotted Moray; Hamlet; Eel. 

West Indies, Pensacola to Rio Janeiro and St. Helena. 

Mur<Bna moringa Cnvier, Regne Animal, ed. ii, vol. 2, .S62. 1829, Babamas; 
after Catesby. 

664. Lyoodontia mordaz (Ayres). Conger Eel of California. 

Point Conception to Cerros Island; abundant about the Santa Barbara 

Islands. 
Mnrtena mordax Ayres, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Cal. 1859, .30, Cerros Island. 

6S5. Lyoodontia funebria (Ranzani). Black Moray; Morena Verde. 

Tropical America on both coasts; common from Florida Keys to Rio .Taneiro, 

and from Gulf of California to Panama. 
Gymnothorax funebrU Ranzani, Nov. Com. Ac. Sci. Inst. Bonon..iv, 76, 1840, 

Brazil. / * I ' 

666. Lyoodontia caataneua (Jordan «& Gilbert.) 

Pacific coast fr4m Gulf of JC)a}ifomia to Panama 

Sidera castanet^JoidMk ^ jf^^hert^Pifpc^y.y^Jj^i. Mns. 1882, 047, Mazatlan. 

667. Lyoodontia aanctaD-helenaa (Giinther). 

Tropical Atlantic: recorded from St. Helena and tbe Bermudas. 
Murcena sanoia^-hetenai Gilntber, Cat., viii, 115. 1870, St. Helena. 

668. Lyoodontia dovii (Gilntber). Morena Pintita, 

Gulf of California to tbe Galapagos Arcbipelago. 
Murcena dovii Gilntber, Cat., vui, 103, 1870. Panama. 

669. Lyoodontia oonaper^na (Poey). 

Cuba to Rio Janeiro. 

(hfmnothorax conspersus Poey, Ropertorio, ii, 259, 1868. Cuba. 

670. Lyoodontia miliaria (Kaup). 

West Indies. 

Tkrp$oidea miJiaris Kanp, ApodiM, JK), 1856, Martruuvnw. 



278 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

671. Lycodontis elAboratus (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Murcena elaharata Poey, MemoriaSy ii, 323, 1860, Caba. 

672. Lycodontia obacuratua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Gymnothorax obscuraiM Poey, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hiat. N. T., IX, 1870, 320. Caba. 

673. Lyoodontia chlevaatea (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Galapac^os Islands. 

Sidera chlevastes Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1883, 208, Galapagos 
Islands. 

Kab9«Biii PBI0D0N0PHI8 Ksap. 

PriodomophU Kaup, Aalonahnliobe Fische Hambarg Mnseoni, 22, 18&9 
(ocellatu$). 

674. Lyoodontia ocellatua (A.ga88iz). Spotted Morajf ; Moray Eel. 

Pensacola t-o Rio Janeiro. 

Gymnothorax ocellatut Agassi z, Spix, Piso. Brasil., 91, pi. 506, 1828, Brazil. 

674a. Lyoodontia ocellatua aazioola (Jordan & Davis). 

Snapper Banks off Pensacola and deep water off Cuba. 
Gymnothorax ocellatue saxicola Jordan &, Davis, Apodal Fishes, 606, 1892, 
Snapper Banks off Pensacola, Florida. 

674b. Lyoodontia ooellatua nigromarginatua (Girard). 

('oasts of west Florida and Texas. 

Neomurofnanigromarginata Girard, U. S. and Mex. Boand. Sary., 76, pi. 41, 1869, 
St. Joseph Island, Texas. 

Oeiiiu 192. XURJEITA (Artedi) liimanii. Moray$. 
Murtena Arte<li, in LinnsBUS, Syst. Nat., e<l. x, 244, 1758 (helemi), 

675. Murasna inanlarom Jordan & Davis. 

Galapagos Islands. 

Murctna insularum Jordan &, Davis, Apodal Fishes, 609, 1892, Chatham Islauid, 
Galapagos Islands. 

676. Muraena argua (Steindachner). 

Altata, west coast of Mexico. 

Gymnothorax { Limamurama) argus Steindachner, lohth. Notizen, x, 17, pi. iv, 
1870, Altata, west coast of Mexico. 

677. Morasna retifera Goode & Bean. 

Coast of South Carolina, in rather deep water. 

Murama retifera Goode «& Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1882, 435, off Ch^rleaton. 

678. Muraena melanotia (Kaup). 

Tropical Atlantic, from Africa to South America. 

lAmamurcrna melanoii$ Kaup, Aale Hamb. Mus., 27, pi. 4, fig. 3, 1860. 

679. Muraena lentiginosa Jonyus. Morena Pinta. 

Pacific* Coast of America from Gulf of California to Galapagos. 

Mura-na !mtigino$a .lenyns, Voy. Beagle, Zool., 143, 1842, Galapagos Islands. 

Oenns 193. ECHIDNA Fonter. 

Kchidna Forstor, Enchiridion, 31, 1778 (rariegata). 

680. Echidna noctama ((*opo). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, tho two known specimens from Rio Grande, in Costa 

Kica. and from Cape San I.ucas. ' 

P(ecilophis nocturnue Cope, C, S. Geol. Surv. Mont., 474,1871 (1872), Rio Grande 

at JSau Jose, Costa Kica. 

681. Echidna catenata (Hlorh). 

\Ve«t Indies, from Dennudn to Surinam ; our specimens from San Lacia. 
Gymnothorax catcnatHit iilocb, .Vusl. Fische, xii, 74, pi. 415, tl^. 1, 1T9^ Coco- 
mADilel; an error. 



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G«iiiii 19C UBOfTIBraiirB BnppalL 

UropterggiuB Bappell, Neae Wirbelthiere, Fische, 83, 1838 {conoolor). 

Svkgwiu SGUTIGA a«ri«i' A iTenuuu. 

Seutica Jordan Sl Eyermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 404^ 1896 

682. Uropterygiiia neotnma (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Gnlf of California. 

Ojfmnomurwna neetura Jordan 6l Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1882, 356, Cape 
San Lnoaa, 

Ofliiiiil95. OSAHHOXUBJBVA Biehardaon. 
C^iiN<Mniir(9iia Richardson, Voy. Erebasand Terror, 96, 1844 (rittata), 

683. Channomunena vlttata (Richardson). 

Coasts of Cnba. 

l€ktk^opki9 vittaiuB Richardson, Voy. Salph., Fish., 114, pi. 53, tigs. 7-9, 1844, 
lociality nnceriain. 

Order R. LTOBdERI. The Oolpers. 
Family LZV. SACCOPHARTNaiDA. The Gulpers. 

G«iiiis 196. SACOOPHABTHX ICtohilL 

Sacoopharynx Mitchill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1824, 82 (type afterwards 
called i9. flagellum). 

684. Saooophaxynz ampnllaoeas (Harwood). 

Atlantic. 

OphiognaihuB ampullaoeu$ Harwood, Phil. Trans. 1827, 52, Atlantic. 

FamUy LV. BURTPHARTNOIDiEL 

G«ii«s 197. GA8IB0SI0KVB QiU ft Byder. 

OaatroBUmns Gill dt Ryder, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 271 (hairdii), 

685. Oaatroatomiui bairdU Gill <fe Ryder. 

Deep water off Newfoundland Banks and Davis Strait. 
Oaitro9Umu9 bairdii Gill &. Ryder, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 271, off the 
Grand Banks. 

Order 8. ISOSPONDTLI. The laospondyloiui Fiahes. 
Family LVI. ELOPID2. The Tarpons. 

G«iiiis 198. TABPON Jordan ft Eysrmann. Grand J^caille, 

Tarpon Jordan 6l Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 409, 1896 
{ailanticH9). 

686. Tarpon atlanticas (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Tarpon; Tarpum; Grand ^eaille. 

Long Island to Brazil. 

Megalop* ailaniieu9 Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xix, 398, 1846, 
Guadeloupe; San Domingo; Martinique; Porto Rico. 

G«iiiis 199. EL0F8 IdnnaBiii. 
Slops Linn»us, Syst. Nat., ed. xu, 518, 1766 {$auru$). 

687. Blopa aanma LinnsDus. Tenponnder; John-MariggU; Bony-fish; Bono-fish; 

Big-eyed Herring; Matajuelo Real; Lisa Francesa. 

Tropical seas ; common north to the Gnlf of California and to Long Island 

• on the Atlantic Coast. 
SUffff Mwus LimuBUB, Syat Nat., ed. xn, 518, 1766, Oiixo\m&. 



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280 KEPOHT OF COMMI^ONBR OF PI8H AHD FISHERIES. 

FamUy LVH. ALBULlbJB. The Lady-Fishes. 

Oenui 800. ALBULA (Oronow) Blooh ft Bohnoider. 
Albuia GroDOWy Zoopliyl., 102, 1763 (nonbioomial). 

688. Albuia vulpes (LinnsBiu). Lady-JUh; Bone-fith; Macahi; Banan4i^fi$h. 

Tropical seas, ranging northward to San Diego and Long iHland. 
E$ox vulpes LinntFUB, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 313, 1756, Babamaa, etc. ; baaed on the 
bone -fish, Vulpea buhamen$i$, of Cateaby. 

Family LVIIl. HK>OONTZD.S. The Moon-eyea. 

Oenui 201. HIODON LeSaear. 
Hiothn LeSuaur, Jour. Ac. Nat. ScL Phila., i, 1818, 334 {tergittu). 

s 

Nabffeaai AHPHIODON fUflaemiae. 

Ampkiodon Rafinesqae, Jour. Physique 1819, 421 (alosoidei), 

689. EUodon aloBOidea (Raftuesque). La Quesohe; Naocay$h. 

Ohio River and north to the ISaakatcbewan. 

Amphiodon alo$<nde8 {misynuted a/rea<<l00)liafineaque. Jour. Phys., Paris, 1819, 
421, Ohio River. 

Sabg«BBs HIODON Lettoear. 

690. EUodon tergiaua T^eSueur. Moon-eye; Toothed Herring, 

Great Lakes and Mississippi Valley, north to Assiniboine River. 

HUnUm tergieue LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sol. Phila., 1, 1818, 364, Ohio River. . 

691. Hiodon aelenopa Jordan 6l Bean. 

Tennessee, Cumberland, and Alabama rivers. 

Hiodon selenopB Jordan Sl Bean, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 67, 1877, Chatta- 
nooga, Tennessee. 

Family LIZ. CHANIDJB. The Bimc-Fiahea. 

Oeniu 809. CHANGS Lao6pMe. 

ChanoB Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 395, 1803 {araincuM), 

692. Chanoa chanoa (Forskul). MilkfUk; Sabalo; Aua; Chant; Anged. 

Pacific and Indian oceans, north to Hawaiian Islands and Gulf of California. 
Mugil chanoB Forskul, Deser. Anim., 74, 1775, Red Sea at DJidda, Arabia. 

Family LX. pOROSOMATIDiB. The Qizzard Shada. 

OeiMu 80S. DOaOSOMA ^flneiqae. Gizzard Shad. 

^* Dorosoma Rafinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 39, 1820 {notaia=cepeduinum). 

693. Doroaoma cepedianum (LeSneiir). GizzaraShad; Hickory Shad. 

Cape Cod to Mexico; from New Jersey and the Great Lakes to Nebraska 

and ToxuM. 
Megalopn repediana LeSueiir, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i, 1818, 361, Delaware 

and Chesapeake bays. 

693a. Doroaoma cepedianum exile Jordan & Gilbert. 

CoaHtal re>rion of Texas. 

Dorosoma cepedianum fjri7f Jordan & (filbert, l^roc. I'. S. Nut. Mas. 1882,585. 
(ialveston, Texas. 

694. Doroaoma mexicanum (Giinther). 

Kast coast of Mexico. 

Chatoi 88u$ mexicanue Gimther, Cat., vii, 4U1^ 18(>8, Mexico. 

695. Doroaoma petenenae (Giinther). 

Lake Peten, Yuratan. 

Chatocftsns petenenais Giinther, Cat., vii, 40K, 1868, Lake P«t«u« Yxm^s^Vmi. 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERKJAN FISHES. 281 

Pmmllj TiXT. CLUPBIDiB. Toe Herrings. 

QmoM 804 JEHKmiA Jordan ft fivermaon. 
Jenkin9ia Jordan & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Amar.^ 418, 181M> (utoHfera). 

696. Jenkinaia acuminata (Gilbert). 

Gulf of California. 

Etrumettt aeuminatus Gilbort, Proc. I'. S. Nut. Mus. 1890. 5(>, Gulf of Califoruia. 

697. Jeniriniria Uui4>rot«niia (Goe«ie). 

Jamaica. 

Clnpea lamprotwniaiJioasef'Sat. Sojouru Jaiu.^ 291, pi. 1, tig. 2, 1851, Jamaica. 

698. Jankinwia atolifera (Jordau & (Gilbert). 

Gulf of Mexico Arom Florida to Yncatun. 

Jhusumieria $toli/era Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. 8. N. M. 1884, 25, Key West. 

Genua 205. STBITICEITB Bleeker. 

Etrumeus Bleeker, Verb. Bat. Geu. Japan, xxv, 58, 1853 {micropus, a Japaueso 
species). 

699. Btrumeua aadina (Mitchill). Round Htrring. 

Cai>e Cod to Gulf of Mexico. 

Clupea aadina Mitchill, Trana. Lit. Phil. Soc N. Y. 1815, 457, New York. 

Genua 206. PEHXINBIA Bosa Smith Eigenmann. 

ParkifMia Rosa Smith Kigeumanii, Am. Nat., February, 1891, 15^^ {othonops). 

700. Perkinsla othonopa Rosa Smith Eigenmanu. 

Point Loma, San Diego. 

Perkinnla othomop$ Rosa Smith Eigeumauu, Am. Nat., February, 1891, 153, San 
Diego, Cal. 

Oamua 207. OXiUPSA (Artedi) liimvaa. 

Clupea (Artedi) Liunens, Syst. Nat., ed. \, 317, 1758 {harengus). 

701. Clupea harengua Liumeus. Comuwn Herring. 

North Atlantic Ocean, Mouth on our coast to Sandy Hook. 

Clupea harengus Liunieus, Syst. Nat., cd. x, 317, 1758, seas of lOurope. 

702. Clupea pallaaii Cuvier <& Valenciennes. California Hirr'nuj 

Pacific Coast from Kamchatka to San Diego. 

Clupea pallatii Cuvier & Valeuciennes, Hist. Nat. l^oiss., xx. 253, 1847, Kam- 
chatka ; based on Pallas's specimens. 

Genua 208. CnmirNMMMacepede. SW^^^^^*^^^ 

Clupanodon Lac(^pedc, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 468, 1803 {pilcharduSy etc.). 

703. Clo^fii^&ftM'^fa^uleua (Girard). California Sardine. "^d^^dUuWjio 

Pacific Coast, from Puget Sound to Mugdalena Bay. 

Maleiia ccerulea Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pliila. 1854, 138, San Francisco. 

704. Clgpanodon paeudohiapauicua (Poey). Sardina de Eapana. ^^-'^ . c:^^^*--^^ - -^ 

Gulf of Mexico, Cuba, Peusacola, and Tampa; northward to Cape Cod. 
Sardinia pwadohiapanica Poey, Memorias, u, 311, 1860, Cuba. 

Genoa 209. POMOLOBUS Baflneaqne. 
PomolohuB liailnesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 38, 1820 (.chrgsoohloris). 

705. Pomolobua chryaochloria Rafiuesciue. Skipjack; Blue Jlerring. 

Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi Valley; Lake Erio and La^-e Michigan. 
Pomolobua ohryeochlorie Ratinesquo, Ichth. Ohiensis, 38, 1820, Ohio River. 

706. Pomolobua mediocria (Mitchill). Hickory Shad; Hickory Jack; Fall Herring; 

Tailor Herring; Mattoicacca. 

Atlantic Coast of United States from Maine lo i'ionda. 

e/M/fea medhcriJi Mitchill, TruuH. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y.. i, \H\^, 4vA>, ^^w Xv^xNs.. 



282 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

707. Pomolobas pseadoharenriis (Wilson). Alewi/e; Branch Herring; Gtupertam; 

WalUiyed Herring; Big-eyed Herring; Ellwife;. Bang, 

Atlantic Coast of United States; Lake Ontario. 

Clupea paendoharengut Wilson, Rees's Encyol., ix, about 1811, probablj 
Delaware River near Philadelphia. 

708. Pomolobus sestivalia (Mitchill). Glut Herring; Blueback; Blackhaek; Summer 

Herring; Kyack; Saw-belly. 

Atlantic Coast. 

Clupea (eetivalie Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, 456, New York. 

Oenm 210. AL08A Cavier. The Shad. 
Aloea Cavier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, u, 319, 1829 {aloea), 

709. Aloaa alabamas Jordan &, Evermann. Alahawia Shad, 

Galf Coast of United States. 

Aloea alabamw Jordan Sl Evermann, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1895 (1896), 203, 
Black Warrior River, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

710. Aloaa aapidisaima (Wilson). Common Shad; American Shad; North Biter 

Shad; Potomac Shad; Connecticut Shad; Delaware Shad, 

Atlantic Coast of United States from Miramachi River to Florida; fit>m Mon- 
terey northward on the Pacific Coast, as an introduced species. 

Clupea Mapidieeima Wilson, Rees-s New CycloMdia, ix, no pagination nor 
date^ but prior to 1812, probably Philadelphia. ^ 

OsDUi 211. SABDIHELLA Cavisr ft Valendennsi. Scaled Sardines, 
Sardinella Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xx, 261, 1847 (amrita), 

Sabfenai 8ABDIXELLA Carter * TaleaeleBaes. 

711. Sardinella anchovia Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Martinique to BraziL 

Sardinella anchovia Cuvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., 260, 1847, Rio 
Janeiro; Martinique. 

712. Sardinella clupeola (Cuvier &, Valencienues). 

Guadeloupe. 

Harengula clupeola Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xx, 289, 1817, 
Guadeloupe. 

713. Sardinella apicalis (Mttller &, Troschel). 

Barbados. 

Aloea apicalie Miiller & Troschel, in Schomburgk, Hist. Barbados, 675, 1818, 
Barbados. 

714. Sardinella biachopi (MUller <& Troschel). 

Barbados. 

Alosa 6i«cA opt Miiller & Troschel, in Schomburgk, Hist. Barbados, 675, 1848^ 
Barbados. 

Sa^sqpm UARRNCjULA Cvrier k Talenrlenneii. 
Harengula Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xx, 280, 1847 (latula), 

715. Sardinella sardina (Poey). Sardina de Ley. 

West Indian fauna, north to Key West. 

Uarvngula sardina Poey, Meniorias, ii, 310, 1860, Cuba. 

716. Sardinella macrophthalma (Ranzani). 

West Indies; Cuba to Brazil. 

Clupea macrophthalma Rauzani, Nov. Com. Ac. Sci. Bonon., v, 320, 1842, 
Brazil. 

717. Sardinella thrissina (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Gulf of California. 

Clupea thriBHina Jordan A Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882,353, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 



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718. Gkurdinella hnmendis (Cayier «& Valenoiennes). Sardina Esoamuda; Ifhite- 

mi; Pinoera. 

West Indies and Oolf of Mexico ; Pensacola and Cedar Kejo southward. 
Hartn^ula hutneralU Cnvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss.^ xx, 293, 1847, 
Rio Janeiro, Bahia, Guadeloape, and San Domingo. 

Clakgfllii LILE Jordsa A ErernMBD. 

Lile Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 431, 1896 ($to- 
U/era), 

719. Sardinella stolifera (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Gnlf of California to Paoama. 

Clupea Btolifera Jordan «& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 339, Mazatlan. 




Oenoi 218. 0PI8ZH0HE1IA 0111. Thread Herring, 

Opi$thonema Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 37 (thrxs$a=oglinum). 

720. Opjgthonema oglinnm (LeSuenr). Thread Herring; Machuelo; Sprat; Cailleu- 

Tataart, 

West Indian fanna, ranging regularly north to Florida and Carolina ; Long- 
port, New Jersey ; Newport, Rhode Island ; Fortress Monroe. 

Megalopa oglina, LeSnenr, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i; 1817, 359, Newport, 
Rhode Island. 

721. OpJBthonema libertatis (Gtinther). 

Pacific jCoast of Mexico and Central America. 

Meletta liberiaiia GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1866, 603, Libertad, Central 
America. 

Oenui 218. BBEVOOBTIA Oill. The Menhadene, 
Brevooriia Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 37 (menhaden =iyrannu8), 

722. Brevoortia tyrannue (Latrobe). Menhaden; Moaehunker; Bony^fieh; White- 

fieh; Bug-fieh; Faiback; Yellow-tail; Pogy. 

Nova Scotia to Brazil. 

Clupea tgrannuB Latrobe, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soo. Phila., v, 1802, 77, pL 1, Ches- 
apeake Bay. 

722a. Breroortia tyrannua aurea (Agasslz). 

Coast of Brazil. 

Clupanodon aureus Agassiz, Spix, Pise. Brasil., 52, 1828, Brazil. 

722b. Brevoortia tyranmui brevlcaudata Goode. 

Noank, Connecticut, and south. 

Brevoortia tyrannue orevicaudata Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1878, 34, Noank, 
Connecticut. 

722c. Brevoortia tyrannas patronns Goode. Gulf Menhaden. ' 

Gulf of Mexico. 

Brevoortia patronue Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., i, 1878, 39, Brazos Santiago, 
Texas. 

Oemui 214. CHntOCEHTBODON Oiinther. 

Chirocenirodon GUnther, Cat., vii, 463, 1868 (tamiatus). 

723. Chirocentrodon taeniatus Giinther. 

Jamaica. 

Chirocentrodon taniatua Gtinther, Cat., vii, 463, 1868, Jamaica. 



Oenus 215. lUSHA C^y 

ha Gray, in Ric) 
306 (adttormi«). 



riisha Gray, in Richardson, Ichthyol. Chin., in Proc. Brit. Assoc. 1845 (1846), 
iwni 



724. niaha flavlpinnis (Valenciennes). 
Coast of Surinam and Brazil. 



FrUtiaoBterJlapipianU Valenciennea, in lyOrbigny, Yoy. AiDLex.'l&!^T.,^o\«^> 
pLJO, £g. 2, 1839, Baenoa Ayrea. 



284 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FI8H AND FISHERIES. 

725. ZUftlia bleekeriana (Po«y). 

MatanzaM, Cuba. 

Psllcita h leekeriana Poey, ^epertorio. ii, 242, 1H67, MatlUiJsaM. < ?ii Im. 

726. lUaha fdrthii (Steindachner). 

Panama. 

Pellona furihii Steiiidachner, lolith. Heitr.. i, 14. 1874, Panama. 

Oenoi 216. OPISTHOFTEBUS Oill. 

()pi$thopterua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pliila. 1861. 31 (larUtorK 

727. Opiathoptema lutipinnia (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Pacific .Coast of Mexico. 

VriaHgaster lutipinms .Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mm*. 18K1, :ilO. Maz- 
atlan, Mexico. 

728. OpiathopteruB dovii (Giintlier). 

Panama. 

Pn$tiga8ter dovii Giinthor, Cat., vii, 461, 1868, Panama. 

729. Opiathoptems maoropa (GUnther). 

Panama. 

Fristigaster macropa GUnther, Proo. Zool. 8oc. Lond. 1866, 603, and Tat., vii, 



Htga. 
461, 



1868, Panama. 



Genni 217. 0D0NT0ONATUD8 LaeepMe. 

0dontognatku9 Lac<^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii. 221, 1700 (mueronatun). 

* 

730. Odontognathns mucronatiun Lac^p<<de. 

Const of Gniaua. 

Odontognathus mueranatuM Lao^^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., 221, pi. 7, fi^. 2, 1799, 
Cayenne. 

731. Odontognathua panamenae (Steindachner). 

Panama. 

ItiHtigtuter {Odontognathus) panamensia Steindachner, Ichth. Bf'itr.. \. 24. 
1876, Panama. 

Oenas 218. PRISTIOASTER Cavier. 
Priatigaster Cuvier, R»*gne Anim., ed. i, 176, 1817 (caiiaHMii). 

732. Priatigaater cayanua Cnvier. 

Coast of Guiana and northern Brazil. 

Priatigaater cayanua Cuvier, Kojjne Anim.. ed. i, pi. 10, fljj. 3, IHIT. C.a.^'*""*- 

Family LXTT. ENGRAULIDID JB. The Anchovies. 

OenoB 219. STOLEPHORUS Lac^p^. Silvery Anchoriea. 

Stol^korua Liic4\n'dey Hist^Nat. Poiss., v, 381, 1803 (Jaftouim). 

733. Stolepnofuaimrarchus .lordan «& (Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of America from Maz.-itlan to Panama. 

Stolephorus utiarchiia .Ionian S: (lilbert. Proc. V. S. Nat, Mns. IHHl :i44. 
Sluzatlan. Mexico. 

734. Sti Slo p n onia penasciatus (Poey). Gruhher Uroadhead. 

Florida Keys to Cuba ami .laniaion. 

EngranliH perfasriatux l*<>«'y. Meiiu>ria8. ii. 313. 18<i(). Cuba. 

735. Sielepkonia ezigaua .lordan «& (Gilbert. 

Pacilio Coast of Mt*xico at Mazatlan. 

StolephoruH c^iguus Jordan &. (Jilbi'rt. l*roc, V. S. Nat. Mus. 1881. 312, Maxatlan. 

736. Stolephorus cubanus (Poey^. 

Cuba and Porto Uico. 

£nr^raulis cubanwi Poey, Synopnis, 42^\ l?<*Vft, Cuba. 



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737. Stol^honui pertheoatuB Goode 6l Beaa. 

Pensacola, Florida. 

SM^honff9ri^wmtm9 Goode «& Beau, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1882, 434, Pensa- 
cola^ F&rida. 




738. GIMepfioniaiaohaiiiui Jordan <& Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of America from Mazatlan to Pamuna. 

SloltfKtrnM iiokoMM Jordan ^^e^ Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 340, Mazat- 
lan, Mexico. ^ 

739. StoleptiJi ua biifwSn (GmeBn)i7^<n^ Anchi^y; Manjua; Anehovy Fry. 
Cape Cod to Brazil. 



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Atkerina hrownii Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1397, 1788, Jamaica; after Browu. 




740. StoU^aoma onltrataa Gilbert. 

Santa Margarita Island, Lower California. 

Siolmkarus e»liratu$ Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891, 544, Santa Margarita 
island, Lower California. 

741. SMepSoma delioatiaaimua (Girard). 

San Diego Bay and sonthward on coast of Lower California. 
Ef^graulia delioaHsnmue Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 154, and Pac. 
B. B. Snrv., x, 335, 1858, San Diego. 




742. BtSESfaoms ohcBrostomus (Goode). Hog-mouth Fry. 

Bermuda Islands ; common in Hamilton Harbor. 

JSngrauHa choBra8tomu9 Goode, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts, August, 1874, 125, Ber- 
mudas. 



743. BtSliiptSnis argyrophanna (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Gulf Stream ; Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 
' Engraulia argyrophanus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xxi, 49, 
1848, equatorial Atlantic. 

744. Bulmffamm onrtna Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Stolephorua curtu$ Jordan &, Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 343, Mu^atlau, 
Mexico. 

745. Stolephorua aatilbe Jordan &, Butter. 

West Indies. 

Stolephanu tutilbe Jordan & Butter, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1896, J umaica. 

M€L StoUpbocnB poeyi (Kner &, Steindachner). 

jf^ Bio Bayano, near Panama. 

^ / Engraulis poeyi Kner & Steindachner, Abh. Bayer Ak. Wiss., x, 1864, 23, with 

^ plate, Bio Bayano, near Panama. 

747. Stotopiioma robertai Jordan &. Butter. 

West Indies. 

8toUphoru9 robertH Jordan & Butter, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1896, Jamaica. 

748. 8tQtfp&2^a8"operoiilarl8 Jordan & Gilbert. 

Gulf of California to Panama. 

8tolephoru9 opwcularxB Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 275, Punta 
San Felipe, Gulf of California. ' 

749. BtSSfimSSmmobSQi (Cuvier <& Valenciennes). 

Cape Cod to Texas. 

Engraulis miiehiUi Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xxi, 50, 1848, New 
York; Carolina; Lake Pontobartrain, Louisiana. 



750. StolephDnu lucidaa Jordan <& Gilbert. '^S^rdina." 

Mazatlan, Mexico. 

SM^horua iacMiis Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. l^l,^4tl,l&»ix«.\\«s^ 
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286 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

751. Stolephoms olupeoides (Swaioson). « Ja*^^*-*^^ 

Coast of Guiana and southward. 
EngraulU f clupeaides Swainson, Nat. Hist. Fishes, ii, 388, 1839, Pemambuco. 
Dutch Guiana. 

752. StolephoruB oompressus (Girard). 

Point Conception to I^wer California. 

Engrauli8 oompre98us Girard, U. S. Pac. R. R. 8nrv., x, 336, 1858, San Dief(o. Cal. 

753. SwtepaomB panamensis (Steinduchner). 

Panama. 

EngraulU panamen»i8 Steindachner, lohih. Beitr., iv, 39, 1875, Panama. 

754. SrofepnoruB apinifer (Cuvier «& Valenciennes). 

Coast of Guiana; recorded from Panama by Steindachner. 
Engraulis spinifer Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. PoisA., xxi, 39, 184M, 
Cayenne, French Guiana. 

Oenns 220. EHOBAULIS Cuvier. Anchovies. 
Engraulis Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. i, 174, 1817 (encrasicholus). 

755. Engraulia mordaz Girard. Calif amia Anchor jf. 

Pacific Coast of America from Vancouver Island to Lower California. 
Engraulis mordax Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 138, and in Pac 
R. R. Surv., X, 334, 1858, Shoalwater (now Willapa) Bay, Washington. 

Oenns 221. AHCHOVIA Jordan ft Evermann. 

« 

^ne^tovtirJordan &. Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 449, 1896 
t . *» imacTQlepidota), 

756. Anohovia pfecKicttftPoey). Hechudo; Grubber Broadhead. 

Cuba and Jamaica. 

Engraulis produotus Poey, Repertorio, 380, 1866, Cuba. 

757. Anohovia maorolepidota (Kner & Steindachner). Sardina Boama, 

Gulf of Mexico to Panama. 

Engraulis macrolepidotus Kner <& Steindachner, Abhandl. Bayer Akad. Wiss., 
X, 1864, 21, pi. 3, fig. 2, Kio Bayano, Panama. 

Oenui 222. CETSN0RAULI8 Oiinther. 
Celengraulis GUnther, Cat., vii, 383, 1868 {edentulus), 

758. Cetengraulia myaticetua (GUnther). 

Panama. 

Engraulis mysticetus Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1866, 604, Panama. 

759. Cetengraulia edentulus (Cuvier). Bocon; Tarpong Fry, 

West Indies to Brazil; common in Cuba. 

Engraulis edentulus Cuvier, Begue Animal, ed. ii, vol. 2, 323, 1829, Jamaica; 
after Sloune. , 

Oenns 223. PTEREN0RAULI8 Oiinther. 
PUrengrauUs GUnther, Cat., vii, 398, 1868 {aiherinoides). 

760. Pterengraulis atherinoides (LinnaMis). 

CoastH of Guiana and lirazil. 

Clupea atherinoides Linuieuis, SvHt. Nut., ed. xii, 523, 1766, Surinam, 

Oenns 224. LYCENORAULIS Oiinther. 

Lycengraulis GUnther, Cat., yii, 399, 1868 (grossidens), 

761. Lycengraulis grosaidena (Cuvier). 

Coasts of Guiana and lirazil. 

EngrauliM groasidens Cuvier,' in Agassiz, Spix, Pise. Brasil., 50, 1838, Rio 

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Family TiXTTT. AUSPOCEFHALID^!. 

Oeniii886. AUEPOOEPHALTJS JUmo. 
AlepaoepkaluM Risao, Mem. Ao. Nat. Soi. Turin, xxv, 270, 1820 (rosiraius), 

762. Alepooephalns produotos Gill. 

Gulf Stream. 

AlepocepfMlu9 produotui Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1883, 256, Gulf Stream, at 
Albatross Station 2035, in 1,362 fathoms. 

763. AlepooephaloB agaaaizii Goode &. Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Alq^oisepkaluB agassiMii Goode &. Bean, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., No. 5, toLx, 
215, 1882, Gulf Stream, at latitude 30<^, in 922 fathoms. 

764. Alepoceplialtui tenebroena Gilbert. 

Santa Barbara Channel, California. j 

Alepocephalus ienebro»u9 Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1891, 545, Santa Barbara 

Channel, California, at Albatross -Stations 2839, 2923, and others, in 359 

to 822 fathoms. 

Oemis 826. MITOHILLnrA Jordan ft Evermann. 

MitehilUna Jordan & Eyermann, Pishes North and Middle America, 453, 1896 
(bairdii), 

765. Bffitchillina bairdii (Goode & Bean). 

Grand Banks of Newfoundland. 

Alepocephalus bairdii Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1879, 55, Grand 
Banks of Newfoundland. 

Oenns 827. BAIHYTBOCIES Oiinther. 
Bathytrociee Gttnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 1878, 249 {microlepis). 

766. Bathytrootes stomiaa Gilbert. 

Coast of Oregon. 

Bathytroctes etamiae Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 53, coast of Oregon, at 
Albatross Station 3074, in 877 fathoms. 



Oenns 228. TAUBMAHIA Goode k Bean. 

Taliemania Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 41, 1896 (h^ftnopterue). 

767. Taliamania antillartun Goode & Bean. 

Caribbean Sea. 

Talismania antillarum Gtoode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 44, fig. 49, 1896, 

Albatross Station 2394, in Caribbean Sea, latitude 28^ 38^30'' N., longitude 

87^ 2' W., in 420 fathoms. 

768. Talismania asqnatoriB Goode &. Bean. 

Coast of Eonador. 

Talismania asquatorie Goode &, Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 44, fig. 50, 1896, 

Albatross Station 2793, latitude 1^ 3' N., longitude 80^ 15' W., off coast of 

Ecuador, in 741 fathoms. 

Oenns 229. OOKOCAEA Ooode ft Bean. 

Conoeara Goode Sc Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 39, 1896 (nuiodonaldi). 

769. Conooara maodonaldi Goode & Bean. 

Gnlf of Mexico, 24*^ 36' N., 84° 5' W. ; 24° 36' N., 84^ 5' W. ; 28*^ 47' 30" N., 

87^ 27' W. 
Conooara macdotutldi Groode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 39, fig. 48, 1896, 

Gnlf of Mexico. 

770. Conooara macroptera (Vaillant). 

Morocco to Sondan, Banc d'Arguin, and the Canaries; latitude 16"^ 57' N., 

longitude 63"^ 12' W. 
AUpoeephalue macropterus Vaillant, £xp6d. Sci. Travail lenr et TaliRmau^ 

PoiSBons, 150| pi. 11, figs. 2a, 2b, 2o, 1888, coast of M.otocco,^u^^\i, ^\A 

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288 REPORT OP COMMISSIONER OP FISH ANT) nSHERIKS. 

Oenas280. PLATTTB0CTZ8 OiiBther. 
Plaiyirootes OUnthor, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii. 1^78. 249 {npnn). 

771. Platytrootas apua Glinther. 

Mid-Atlantic and the Arabian Sea. 

PlatifirocteB aputi GUnther, Ann. Ma^. Nat. HiHt.. ii. 1878.24i>. mid- Atlantic 

Oenw 281. ALEP080MU8 CKIl. 

Alepoaomu9 Gill, Am. \nt., xviii, 1884, 4:^3 (eopei). 

772. AlepoaomuB copei Gill. 

Gulf Stream. 

Alepo9omu8 copei Gill, Am. Nat., xviii. 1884. 4:^3, (in\f StwAin. latitudi* .'<7 12" 
20" N., longitude «9« 39' W. 

Family LXIV. SALMONID.SI. The Salmon Family. 

Oeani 882. OOBEOOlfUB (Artadi) LinnflBm. White/Uhts. 

Careganu8 (Artfdi) Llnnmna, Syst. Nat.,ed. x, 310, 1758 (lararrluH). 

KMbffeaMf PB080PIIJM Hilner. 

Proaopium Milner, in Jordan, Man. Vert., ed. 2. .361, 1878 (<iuatfrilateraliii). 

773. Coregontui coulterli Eigenmann &, Eigenmann. 

Headwaters of Columbia River in BritiHh Columbia. 

Coregonus coitlterii Ei^enninun & Eijrenmann, Am. Nat., Novnmbor. 1892.961, 
Kicking Horse River, at Field, British Colnmbia. 

774. CoregonuBwilliamaoniGirard. Rocky Mountain Whiteftsh; WilUamaou'a JVhite' 

fiah ; ** Mountain Herring " 

Rocky Mountains to the Pacific, eflpecially in the Colnmbia Basin and the 
headwaterH of the Colorado; Cnief Mountain Lake at the heaii of the 
Saskatchewan in Montana. 

Core^OMH* iriZ/iaifMOffi Girard, Pror. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 136, Des (.'hutea 
River, Oregon. 

774a. Coregonus williamaoni ciamontanns Jordan. 

MadiHon and Yellowstone rivers aud other tributaries of the uppcf Mi6Rc:!rI. 
Coregonus villiamaoni i-iamontanua Jordan, Bnll. U. 8. Fish Com., ix, 1SH!I. 

49, pi. 9, figs. 8 and 9, Horsethief Creek, a tributary of Madison Kiver. 

Montana. 

775. CoregonuB kennicotti Milner. Broad Whitefiah; Mukaun of the KuBMiatm. 

Great Bear Lake; Mackenzie aud Yukon rivers. 

Coregonus kennicotti Mtluer, in .lordan dc (Gilbert, Synopsis, 298, 18H:'t. Fort 
Good Hope. British America. 

776. CoregonuB richardaonii Giintber. 

Arctic North America. 

Coregonua richardaonii Giinther. Cat., vr, 185, 1866, Arctic North America; 
exact locality unknown. 

777. Coregonus quadrilateralis Richardson. PUoi-fiah; Menominee fyhitefiah: 

Shadwaiter ; Hound Whitefiah. 

I^ikcs of New Hampshire, upper Great Lakes, northwestward to Alaska, as 

far HOMtli as Yukon River. 
Coregonua quadnlateraHH Richardson, Franklin's Jour. 1823, 714, F'ort EuUt- 

prise, Britioh America. 

Sab^OB^ rORRGO\US (Artedi) LIbsmm. 

778. Coregonus clupeiformia (Mitchill). Common Whitefiah. 

(ireat Lukes and neighboring waters 

J!>alino clupeiformia M\tchi\l, Am. Month. Mag., ii, 1818,321, Sault Ste. Marie. 

779. Coregonus nelsouii Bean. Humpback Whitefiah. 

Alaska, from Bristol Bay northward. 

Coregonua nslaonii Bean, Proo. IJ. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 48, Nulato, Alaska. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 289 

780. Coregontis labradorious RichardsoD. Labrador U'hitefigh; Sault WUitefish; 

Shadwaiter; Mtuquaw River Whitefish ; fVhiling of Lake Winnipheogee. 

Great Lakes region to the lakes of the Adirondacks and AVhite Moun tains, 

and northwest to Winnipeg. 
Coregonua labradoricua Richardson, Fauna Hor.-Amer., in, 206, 1836, Mii8<|uaw 

River, Labrador. 

Genu 838. ABOYB08CMCUB Agassis. The Lake Herrings. 

Jrgifro8omus Agassiz, Lake Superior, 339, 18.50 {clupei/ormi$=ariedi). 

H«b9«isi ABCITB080MV8 Agssiii. 

781. Axgyrosomtui oamerlfomiiB (H. M. Smith). Smelt of the New York lakes. 

Lakes of central New York : known froni Seneca and Skaneateles lakes. 
Coregonus o9mtriformi9 ptLgh. M. Smith, Bull. U. S. Fish Com.,xiv, 1894, pi. 
1, 2, Seneca Lake; Skaneateles Lake. 

782. A igyi tieommt artedl (LeSneur). Cisco; Lake Herring; Michigan Herring. 

Great Lakes and neighboring waters, and northward into Labrador. 
Ccregonna artedi LeSuenr, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., i, 1818, 231, Lake Erie; 
Niagara Kiver. 

782a. Argyroaomtui artedi Cisco Jordan. 

Small lakes of Wisconsin and northern Indiana. 

Argyroeomue ci$oo Jordan, Am. Nat. 1875, 136, Lake Tippecanoe. Warsaw, Ind. 

783. ArgyroBomuB hoyl Gill. Moon-eye Cisco; Cisco of Lake Michigan; Kieye of 

Lake Michigan. 

Deep waters of Lake Michigan. 

Argyroeomtie hogi Gill, in Jordan, Am. Nat., March, 1875, 135, Lake Michigan, 
near Raoine, Wisconsin. 

784. Areyroaomus pnaillils (Bean). 

Yukon River to Bering Sea and northward. 

Coregonue pueillus Beun^roc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 526, Kuwuk River, Alaska. 

785. Argyroflomus lucidna (Richardson). Great Bear Lake Herring. 

Mackenaie River and tributaries; Great Bear Lake River. 
Salmo {Coregonua) lucidus Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., in, 207, 18^16, with 
good figure, Great Bear Lake. 

786. Argyroaomiia lanrettss (Bean). 

Alaska, from Yukon River northward to Point Barrow. 

Coregonua laurettw Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 156, Point Barrow, Alaska. 

787. Argyroaomiui prognathuB (H.M.Smith). Long-jaw; Bloater. 

Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, and doubtless the entire 

Great Lake basin. 
Coregonua prognathua Hugh M. Smith, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., xiv, 1894, 4, pi. 1, 

fig. 3, Lake Ontario, at Wilson, N. Y. 

788. ArgyroaomuB nigripiimiB Gill. Blue-fin; Black-fin. 

Deep waters of Lake Michigan and small lakes of Wisconsin and Minnesota. 
Argyroaomua niaripinnia Gill, in Milner, Rept. U. S. Fish. Com. 1872-73 (1874), 
87, Lake Michigan, off Racine, Wisconsin. 

fiskffsmt JlLLOSOMUS Jsffdss. 

Alloaomua Jordan, Man. Vert., ed. 2, 361, 1878 (tnllibee). 

789. Argyroaomiui tnllibee (Richardson). Tullibee; Mongrel nTiitefish. 

Great Lakes, Lake of the Woods, and northward. 

SalwM (Coregonua) tullibee Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., in, 201, 1836, 
Comberiaod House, Pine Island Lake. 

789a. ArgjrToaomua tullibee biaBelli (Bollman). 
Rawson Lake and Howard Lake, Michigan. 

CormaBS tullibee biaaelli B«dlraan^ Rept. U. S. Fish Com., viu, \^S^, 7f2&, 
Rawson and Howard lakeB, Michigan. 

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290 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oeniii284. BTEN0DU8 BiehardMn. Incannu. 

Sienodus Richardson, Back's Narrative Arctic Land Expedition, 521, ItOB 

{mackenzii), 

790. StenoduBinaokenzii (Richardson). Inconnu, 

Delta of Mackenzie River. 

Salmo mackemii Richardson, Franklin's Jour. 1823, 707, Mackenzie Rirer. 

Oenui 286. OKCORHTNCHUS Sooklej. The Pacific Salmans, 

Oti(x>rAyncAtt«Sackley,Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N.Y. ISGl, 312 ($oouleri=^orhusrha). 

KMbrennn 0NC0BHTNCHIJ8 Sseklej. 

791. OnoorhynchuB gorbuaoha (Walbanm). Humpback Salmon; Haddo; Jiolia; 

GorbuBcha; Dog Salmon of Alaska. 

Pacific Coast and rivers of North America and Asia from Oregon northward. 
Salmo gorbuscha Walbanm, Artedi Pise, 69, 1792, Kamchatka; after the 
Oorbuscha of Pennant and Krasheninnikof. 

792. Onoorhynohus keta (Walbanm). Dog Salmon; Hay-ko; Le Kai Salmon. 

San Francisco to Kamchatka; abnndant in Bering Straits. 
Salmo keta vel Kayko Walbanm, Artedi Pise, 72, 1792, rivers of Kamchatka; 
after the Keta or Kayko of Pennant and Krasheninnikof. 

793. OncorhynchuB tBoha^ytaoha (Walbanm). Ouinnat Salmon; Chinook Sainton; 

licharitche; King Salmon; Columbia Salmon; Sacramento Salwum; Tyce 
Salmon; Saw-kwey; Chouicha or Techawytscha, 

Alaska, Oregon, and California, sonthward to Ventnra River and to northerB 

China. 
Salmo tschatoytscha Walbanm, Artedi Pise, 71, 1792, rivers of Kamchatka: 

after the I'echawytscha of Krasheninnikof, Hist. Kamchatka, 178, 1764, and 

the Tschawytscha of Pennant, 1792. 

794. OnoorhynchuB kiautoh (Walbaum). Silver Salmon; Kieuioh; Sk&witx; Hoopid 

Salmon; Coho Salmon; Bielaya liyba; Quieutech. 

From San Francisco northward, especially in Puget Sonnd and the Alaskan 

fjords; south on the Asiatic coast to Japan. 
Salmo kisutch Walbanm, Artedi Pise, 70. 1792, rivers and lakes of Kamchatka; 

after the Kisntch of Pennant. 

Kab^enaii HTPSIFARIO Gill. 

nypHfario Gill, Proe Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 330 {kennerlyi = nerka), 

795. OnoorhynchuB nerka (Walbaum). Blueback Salmon; Redftsh; Fraoer Rirer 

Salmon; Saw-quif Sockeyt, or Sauk-eye Salmon; Kraenaya Ryba, 

Klamath River and Rogue River to northern Alaska, Kamchatka, and Japan. 
Salmo nerka Walbaum, Artedi, Pise, 71, 1792, rivers and seas of Kamchatka; 
after the Xerka of Pennant, the Narka of Krasheninnikof. 

Oenui 236. SALMO (Artedi) LinnflBas. Salmons and Trouts. 

Salmo ( Arte<li, Gen. Piscinm) Linna^ns, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 308, 1758 (salar, etc ). 

Kabfcnnn SALHO (Art«di) Linsva*. 

796. Salmo salar Linnirns. Common Atlantic Salmon. 

North Atlantic, a8cendin<; all snitable rivers in northern Europe and region 
north of Cape Cod to Ilndson Kay ; formerly abundant in the Hudson and 
occaAional in the Delaware, its northern limit in the Churchill, Albany, 
and M()O80 rivers, flowing into Hudson Bay. 

Salmo salar Linnsnus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 30Sy 1758, seas of Europe. 

796a. Salmo salar sebago Girard. Landlocked Salmon. ^ 

Lake.'i of Maine. New Hampshire, and Now Brunswick. 

Salnio tebago (iirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 380, Sebago Pond, N. R 

796b. Salmo aalar ouananiche McCarthy. Ouanatiiche ; Wannanishe; THmninish. 

Lake St. .Tolin, Sajjneuay River, and northward. 

Salmo salar ouananiche Ku^eno McCarthy, in .Jordan &. Evermann, Fishea 
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8«bg«iBi TBUTTA LiBBBMS. 

IVuiUB JJnnmxiBy Syst. Nat., ed. x, 308, 1758 {iruita, etc. : ** Truitw oorpare varie- 
gato"). 

797. Salmo mykias Walbanm. CuUikroai Trout; Mykiss, /r^^«^ ^ A^-*^* 

Lower Colombia to BritLsh America, Alaska, aud Kamchatka. 
Sdlmomjfkiis Walbaam, Artedi Plsc, 59, 1792, Kamchatka; based on Mykiss of 
Pemiant. 

797a. Salmo mykias olarkii (Richardson). Columbia River Trout. 

Pnget Soond to Elk River. Hnmboldt Connty, California. 

Salmo olarhii Richardson, Fanna Bor.-Amer., iii, 225, 1836, Cathlapootl Kiver. 

797b. Salmo mykias lewiai (Girard). Yellowstone Trout; Cut-throat Trout, 

Snake River basin above the Shoshone Falls, through Two- Ocean Pass to the 
headwaters of the Yellowstone and other affluents of the upper Missouri ; 

Yello\irBtoiie I^ake 

Solar lewiai Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 219, Falls of Missouri Kiver. 

797c. Salmo mykias gibbaii (Sackley). 

Middle Columbia River basin. 

Salmo gibheii Sackley, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vii, 1858, 1, Fort Dalles, Ore- 
gon. 

797gL Salmo myklss henahawi (Gill &, Jordan). Lake Tahoe Trout; Silver Trout; 
Truciee Trout. 

Basin of the post-Tbrtiary Lake Lahontan; Lake Tahoe, Pyramid Lake, 
Webber Lake,' Donner Lake, Independence Lake, Truckee River, Hum- 
boldt River, Carson River, and most streams of the eastern slope of the 
Sierra Nevada ; also the headwaters of Feather River, west of the Sierra 
Nevada, probably introduced from Nevada. 

Salmo kenekawi Gill & Jordan, in Jordan, Man. Vert., ed. 2, 358, 1878, Lake 
Tahoe. 

79 7e. Salmo mykias virginalia (Girard). Trout of Utah Lake. 

Lakes and streams west of the Wasatch range, especially in Bear, Prove. 

Jordan, and Sevier rivers, and in Utah Lake. 
Salar virginalh Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 220, Utah Lake. 

797C Salmo mykias spiluma (Cope). Bio Grande Trout. 

Upper Rio Grande and southward into the mountains of Chihuahua. 
Salmo apUurue Cope, Uayden's Geol. Surv. Mont, for 1871 (1872), 470, Sangre 
de Cristo Pass, Colorado. 

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797g. Salmo mykias pleoritictia (Cope). Colorado Biver Trout. 

Colorado River basin. 

Salmo pleuritioue Cope, Hayden's Geol. Surv. Mout. for 1871 (1872), 471, 
headwaters of Green River, Wyoming. 

7971L Salmo mykias bouvieri (Bendire). Waha Lake Trout. 

Waha Lake, Washington. 

Salmopurpuratue bouvieri Bendire, in Jordan <& Gilbert, Synopsis, 315, 1883, 
Waha Lake, Washington. 

797L Salmo mykias stomiaa (Cope). Chreenback Trout. 

Headwaters of Arkansas and Platte rivers. 

Salmo «toiiita« Cope, Hayden's (!}eol. Surv. Wyo. for 1870(1871), 433. South 
Platte River, locality unknown. 

797J. Salmo mykias macdomddi Jordan & Evermann. Yellow-fin Trout. 

Twin Lakes, tributary to the Arkansas River, near Leadville, Colorado. 
Salmo mukiee macdonaldi Jordan &, Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889 
(1890), 453, Twin Lakes, Colorado. 

798. Salmo gairdneri Richardson. Steelhead; Hardhead; ** Salmon Trout." 

Coastwise streams from Santa Ynez Mountains, San ta Barbara County, north- 
ward to British Columbia, west of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade 
Range; especially abundant in the lower OolumVia, aaeecivVvivvr^ %ii^<iik 
Biver as farasAnffer Falls and lieadwaterH oC Ba\moxiILww,\^v\\w. 

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798a. Salmo gairdueri kaxnloops (Jordau). Kamloopt Trout; Stit-tse. 

Kaiuloops Lake, Okanoj^an Lake, Kootenai Lake, and other lakee trihii tan- 
to 1* raser River or to tlie upper Colambia. 

OncarhyHchu8 kamloopa Jordan, Forest and Stream, xxxix. No. 19, November 
10, 1892, 405, Kamloops Lake, British Colnmbia. 

798b. Salmo gairdneri creaoentiB Jordan & Beardslee. Speckled IVout of ire*- 
cent Lake. 

Crescent Lake, Clallam County, Washington. 

Salmo gairdneri cre$eenti9 Jordan & Beardslee, Proc. Cal. Ao. Sci. 1896,207, 
pi. 22, Crescent Lake, Clallam Comityi Washington. 

798c. Salmo gairdneri beardsleei Jordan &. Seale. Blueback TYout of Crrtcewt Lake, 

Crescent Lake, Clallam County, Washington. 

Salmo gairdneri beardsleei Jordan Sl Seale, Proe. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1S96, 209, pi. :!3, 
Crescent Lake, Clallam County, Washington. 

799. Salmo irideus Gibbons. Rainbow Trout; Coiut Range Trout, 

Mountain streams Arom the coast of Washington southwiird to San I>iego 

County, California. 
Salmo irideun Gibbons, Proc. CaL Ac. Nat. Sci. 1855, 96, San Leandro Creek. 

Alameda County, California. 

799a. Salmo irideus maaoni (Suckley). Brook Trout of weetem Oregon. 

Pnget Sound to southern Oregon, in streams of the Coast Range. 
Salmo maeoni Suckley, Pac. R. R. Surv., xii, part 2, 345, 18Q(^ Cathlapootl 
River. 

799b. Salmo iridena ahaata (Jordan). MoCloud River Rainbow Trout. 

Streams of the Sierra Nevada from Mount Shasta southward ; known from 
McCloud River, the limits of its range not well known. Introduced 
into the Truckee River and many eastern streams. 

Salwio gairdneri ehasta Jordan, 13th Bien. Rept. Fiah Com. California, 1894, 

142, with plate, McCloud River at Baird, Shasta County, California. 

799c. Salmo irideua gilberti (.Jordan). Kern River Trout. 

Kern River, California. 

Salmo gairdneri gilberti Jordan, 13th Bien. Rept. Fish Com. California, 1^.'4, 

143, with plate, South Fork of Kern River at Soda Springs, California. 

799d. Salmo irideus stone! (Jordan), yisauee Trout; Xo-ahee Trout. 

McCloud River and upper Sacramento River. 

Salmo gairdneri stonei .Jordan, 13th Bien. Rept. Fish Com. California, 1894, 
142, with plate, McCloud River at Baird, California. 

799e. Salmo irideus aqua-bonita (Jordau). Golden Trout of Mount fFhitneg. 

Mountain streams on the west side of Monnt NVhitney, tributary to Kern 
Kiver. Volcano Creek, and South Fork of Kern River; also Owens Lake. 

Salmo viykiss aqua-honita Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1892, 481, Volcano or 
Whituoy Creek, California. 

Genus 237. CRISTIVOKER OUl ft Jordan. Great Lakes Trout. 

Cristivomer Gill & Jordan, in Jordan, Man. Vert. E. U. S., ed. 2, 356. 187H 
{namaycuMh}. 

800. Cristivomer namaycush (Walbaum). Great Lakes Trout; Mackinaw Trout, 

Longe {\QV\\\iy\\i)\ To/^Me (Maine) ; Xamaycush; Masanuicusk, 

(*reat Lakes reirion and lakes of northern New York, New Hampshire, anil 
Maine, headwaters of Columbia and Fraser rivers, streams of Vancouver 
Island, and north to the Arctic Cirele. 

Salmo namaycush Walbaum, Artedi Pise, 68, 1792, Hadson Bay; based on the 
Xamaycush salmon uf Pennant. 

800a. Criativomernamaycuah aiscowet ( A^assiz). Sisoowet. 

I^ake Superior. 

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0«iiiui 238. BALYEUMJJB (Nilnoii). Ckarrs. 
Salveliwi NilsBon, Prodr. Soand.. 7, 1832 (alpinus). 

801. Salvelinna fontlnaliB (Mitchill). Brook Trout; Speckled Trout. 

Maino to tho Saskatchewan and northward to Labrador, southward in the 
AUeshauies to headwaters of the Savannah^ Chattahoochee, Catawba, 
and French Broad rivers. 

Salmo fontinalis Mitohill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i. 1815. 435. near New 
York City. 

801a. Salvelinua fontinalis agaaaizii (Carman). Dublin Pond Trout. 

New Hampshire. 

Salmo agaseizii Garman, 19th Rent. Mass. Fish Com. 1885, 20, Dublin Pond 
(Lase Monadnock), Keone, N. H. ; Center Pond, New Hampshire. 

802. Salvelinus malma (Walbaum). Dolly Varden Trout; Oretfou Charr; Bull 

Trout; Red-spotted Trout; Malma; Golet, 

Streams west of the Cascade Range, from the upper Sacramento to Montana, 
' Ahiska, and Kamchatka; in the Columbia basin as far up as Montana 

and Idaho. /CA..^^L^tJ^t^ 

Salmo maZma Walbaum, Arte^jpisc., 66, 1792, Be ring S e;i ; based ou Malma of 

Pennant.; (ics-C^i- ^ Si^lfw'i »*/('»/» *• ^# i-«^-c.v^>vi>v yL*r; . 

803. Salvelinna alpinus (Li nnflBUS). European Charr; Sdlhling; Saibling : Ombre 

Chevalier; Greenland Charr. 

Central and northern Europe and northeastern America. 
Salmo alpinus Linnteus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 309, 1758, Lapland, West (roth- 
land, et.c. 

803a. Salvelinua alpinus alipes (Richardson). Long-finned Charr. 

Lakes of Greenland and Boothia Felix. 

Salmo alipes Richardson, Nat. Hist. App. Ross's Voy., lvii, and Fauna Bor.- 
Amer., iii, 169, 1836, lakes about Regent Inlet ; Boothia Felix. 

803b. Salvelinua alpinus stagnalis (Fabricius). Greenland Charr. 

Waters of Greenland, Boothia, and neighboring regions. 
Salmo stagnalis Fabricius, Fauna GroDulandica, 175, 1780, alpine pondti of 
Greenland ; not migratory. 

803c. Salvelinua alpinus aroturus (Giinther). 

Victoria Lake, and Flu^berg Beach, Arctic America, latitude 82^34'. 
Salmo aretmrus Giinther, Proc. Zool. Hoc. Lond. 1877, 294, pi. 5, V^ictoria Lake 
and Floeberg Beach, Arctic .\merica. 

803d. Salvelinua alpinus aureolua (Bean). Golden Trout of Sunapee Lake. 

Sunapee Lake, New Hampshire ; Dan Hole Pond, Carroll County, Now Hamp- 
shire, tributary to Saco River; and Floods Pond, Ellsworth, Maine, 
tributary to Union River. 

Salvelinus aureolus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 628, Sunapee Lake, New 
Hampshire. 

804. Salvelinua oquassa (Girard). Oquassa Trout ; Blueback Trout ; Qu4isky. 

Rangeley Lakes, western Maine. 

i^Zmoo^ikMaa Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 262, Oquassa Lake, Maine. 

804a. Salvelinua oquassa narc|si (Giinther). 

Lakes of Arctio America, Discovery Bay, and Cumberland Gulf 
Salmo naresi GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1877, 476, plate, fresh-water 
lakes near Discovery Bay. 

804b. Salvelinua oquassa marstoni (Garman). Lac de Marbre Trout. 

Lac do Marbre, Ottawa County, Province of Quebec, Canada. 
Saimo marstoni Garman, Science, July 14, 1883, 2-), Lac i\q M.«iT\)t«, 0\.V.vw^ 
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Family LXV. THYMATJiTPffl. The Oraylings. 

Oenoi 289. THTMALLUS Cavier. 

TkjffMllus Cavier. R6gne Anim., ed. 2, ii, 306.. 1829 (thpmaUui), (not TkfWiaimM 
Latreille, 1802, a genus of Coleoptera). 

805. Thymallaa aignifer (Richardson). Arctic Grayling; Paissim BUim, 

Mackenzie River to Alaska and the Arctic Ocean. 

Coregonus iignifer Richardson, Franklin's Joar. 1823,711, Winter Lake near 
^ * Fort Enterprise, British America. 

806. Thymalltia ontarienaia Cuvier & Valenciennes. Michigan Grayling. 

Streams of northern Michigan ; formerly abundant in Au Sable River, .lordao 
River, and other streams in the sonthem peninsula; Otter Creek, near 
Keweenaw, in the northern peninsula. 

Tkymallus ontariensis Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xxi, 452, 1818, 
said to have been brought by Milbert ftom Lake Ontario. 

806a. Thymallna ontarienaia montanna Milner. Montana Grayling. 

Madison and Gallatin rivers, Montana. 

Thymallus montanus Milner, Rent. U. S. Fish Com. 1872-73 (1874), 741, tribu- 
tary of Missouri River at Camp Baker, Montana. 

Family LZVL AROENTINIDJB. The Smelta. 

Genus 240. MALLOTUS Cuvier. Capelin$, 
Mallotus Cuvier, R^gne Anim., ed. 2, ii, 306, 1829 (villo9a). 

807. Mallotua villoaua (Mtiller). Capelin; Lodde. 

Arctic America, south to Cape Cod and AlaskajKamchatka. 
Clupta villosa MUller, Prodr. Zool. Dan., 245, 1777, Greenland. 

Genus 841. THAIXIGHIHT8 Girard. Eulachon. 

Thaleichthy$ Girard, U. S. Pao. R. R. Snrv., Fishes, 325, 1858 («torM«»= 
pacificus). 

808. Thaleichthya pacificua (Richardson). Eulachon; Candle-Jish; Oolacham. 

Oregon to Alaska. 

Salmo (Mallotus) pacificus Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., iii, 22B, 1836, 
Columbia River. 



Genus 242 OSMERUS (Artedi) 

OsmeruH (Artedi) Linnteus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 310, 1758 (eperlanus), 

Kabfeaufi KPIBIXCHU8 Jordan k ErenMSB. 

Spirinchus .lordan & Evermanu, Fishes North and Middle America, 522, 1896 
(thaleichthya), 

809. Osmerns thaleichthya Ayres. 

Pacific Coast from San Francisco northward to Bristol Bay in Alaska. 
(fsmerus thaleichthys Ayros. Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1860, 62, San Francisco. 

810. Osmerus attenuatus Lockington. 

California from San Francisco northward. 

(hmeruH attenuatus Lockington, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880,66, San Francisco. 

Sabi^nuN OSNKRUS (Artedi) LIniiKUS. 

811. Osmenis raordaz (Mitchill). American Smelt; Ice-fish. 

Atlantic ('ciaHt of Tnited States from Virginia northward to Gulf of St. 

Lawrence; Lakes Champlain au<l Mom])hremagog. 
Atherina mordax Mitchill, 'lYans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., 1, 1815, 446, New York. 

811a. Osmerus mordax spectrum (Cope). Wilton Smelt. 

Landlocked iu Wilton Pond, Kennebec County, Maine. 

Ogmerus tipectrum Cope, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 490, Wilton Pond, 
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811b. Osmems mordax abbotti (Cope). Cohessicontio Sinelt, 

Landlocked in Cobessicontic Lake^ Kenuebec County, Maine. 
(hmeruB abbotti Cope, Proc. Am. Phil, Sue. Phila. 1870, 490, Cobessicontio Lake, 
Maine. 

812. Oamema dentex Steindachner. Eainhow Herring. 

Coast of Alaska and south on the Pacific Coast to northern China. 
Onnerus dentex Steindachner, Sitzuugsb. Kais. Akad. Wiss. Wion, lxi, 1870. 
429, northern China. 

Genus 848. HYF01IE8V8 Gill. Surf Smelts, 
Hypamesue QUI, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 168 (pretioea). 

813. Hypomeaus pretioana (Girard). Surf Smelt, 

Coast of California and Oregon, from Monterey northward. 

Argentina pretioea Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 155, San Francisco. 

814. Hypomeaoa olidtta (Pallas). Pond fimelt, 

Alaska and Kamchatka. 

Salmo (Oemerus) olidus Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso- Asiat., ui, 391, 1811, lakes and 
rivers of Kamchatka. 



Genus 844. ABGSHTDIA (Artedi) limuras. Argentines. 
Argentina (Artedi) Linmeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 315, 1758 (uphyrama). 

815. Argentina allna Ascanins. 

Northern Europe; occasionally taken on the Grand Banks and off the coast 

of Maine. 
Argentina eilne Ascanins, Icon. Rev. Nat., pi. 3, 3, 24, 1763, Norway. 

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816. Argentina alalia Gilbert. 'Tuaa/ ^f^*^^^ * ' * 

Coast of California. ^ 

Argentina eialis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 56, coast of California at 
Albatross Station 3017, in 58 fathoms. 

817. Argentina atriata Goode & Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico. 

Argentina striata Gk>ode &, Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 52, fig. 62, 1896, Gulf 
of Mexico, in latitude 28*^ 36' N., longitude 85^ 33' 30^' W. 

Genus 845. LEUBOGLDSSUS GUbert 
Leuroglossns Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1890, 57 (stilbiuif). 

818. LeurogloBana atilbiaa Gilbert. 

Coast of California. 

Lenroglossus stilbius Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 57, Coast of California 
at Albatross Stations 2997 and 2998, in 221 and 40 fathoms. 

Family LXVn. ItfICROSTOMID2B. 

Genus 846. HAabshiA Jofdaa ft Evermann. 

Nansenia Jordan & Eyermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 528, 1896 
{gr<enlandica), 

819. Nanaenia grcBnlandioa (Reinhardt). 

Greenland. 

Miorostomua grcenlandicus Reinhardt, Vidensk. Selsk. Naturv. Math. Afhandl., 
YUi, 1841, Lxxiv, Greenland. 

Genus 847. BATHTLAGUS Giinther. 
Batkjflague GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 248 {atlanticua). 

820. Bathylagna benedloti Goode & Bban. 

Gnlf Stream. 

BtUhj/lagus benedioli Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyolog;y, o5, ^v^. ^, V<i}^> 
Gnlf Streum, at Albatroas Stations 2094, 2711, and 251^2. 



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821. Bathylagaa euryops Ooode d& Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Bathf/laffH8 eurifopa Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 65, fig. 63. 199<>. <iulf 
Stream, in ai>ont latitude 4Q-' N., and longitude 70^ W. 

822. Bathylagoa pacifioua Gilbert. 

('oust of Washington, in deep wnter. 

BathylaguB pacificus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, .*i6, off Wasbiugton. .it 
Albatross .Stations 3071 and 3074, in 685 and 877 fathoms. 

823. Bathylagus borealia Gilbert. 

Coast of Alaska, in deep wnter. 

Bathjflaffun borealis Gilbert, Proc. Kept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (18U6), iin.\ iiortb 
of Aleutian Island nt Albatrosi Station 3027, in 322 fathoms. 

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Order T. INIOMI. The Iiautem-Flahea. 

Family LZVm. S7NODONTID2B. The Limard-FiahM. 

Oenii8 248. TRACHIN0CEPHALU8 OilL 

Trachinocephalus Gill, Cat. Fish. East Coast N. Amer., 53, 1861 {mjfopa). 

824. Trachinocephaltiamyopa(For8ter). Grtmnd Spearing; lAtgarto. 

Trf>pii'al parts of the western Atlantic, West Indies, and Brazil, and ranging 

on our Atlantic Coast to South Carolina. 
Salmo wffops Forster, in Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 421, 1801, St. 

Helena. 

Oenos 249. STHODUS (Onmow) Bloch ft Schneider. Lizard-fi§h€8. 
Sjfnodus (Gronow) Bloch Sl Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 396, 1801 (ajfnodma). 

825. Synodua intermedina (Agassis). <Sa»d-</ir«r. 

(Joast of southern Klorida to Brazil. 

Sauru9 intermediut Agassiz, Spix, lise. Braeil., 81, 1828, Brazil. 

826. Syuodua eTennanni .Jordan 6c Bollraan. 

Mazatlan to conHt of Colombia. 

Synoditt ercrmanni JanXtLn Sc Bollnian, Proi\ l*. 8. Nat. Mns. 188i), lo'J, Pacific 

Oc(>an off coast of Colombia, at Albatross Stations 2795 and 27!^. in :*>:< 

fathoms. 

827 Synodus poeyi .lordan. 

Cuba. 

Synodun poeyi Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 526, Havana, Cuba. 

828. Synodus synodus (LinnH*u8). 

Hahia. Hra/il. 

f'nor »ifnodn9 Liiin:i*u8, Syst. Nut., e<l. xii, 516, 1766, America ; bas^d on 
SynoduH of <ronow. 

829. Synodus lacertinus (iilbcrt. 

Acnpiilro, Mexico. 

SifuoduM lacertinus (Jilbert. I'roc C S. Nat. Muh. 1800, r».\ Acapulco, Mexico. 

830. Syuodus saurus ( Linn;i>u8). Tirn: Tauutola; Laverto. 

Coant of Hoiitlieni Kuro])o and neifj^hboring islands: Bennu<las 
Salmo nannin Liuna'UH. SvHt. Nat.. e<l. xii, 511, 1766, Mediterranean: »fter 
ArttMli. 

831. Synodus scituliceps .lordau «.!- Gilbert. 

Pacilic Coast of America from Capo San Lucas to I'aiiamn. 
SynodiiM ffcitnlirepM .lordan tV. (Jilbert. I'ror. C S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 344, Ma/utlan. 
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832. Synodns jenkinsl Jordan & Bollman. 

Golf of California to Galopagos Islands. 

Synod uBJenkinH Jordan &, Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889. 153, off coast 

of Colombia, Galapagos Islands, at Albatross Stati^^^ 2797 and 2802, in 

33 and 16 fathoms. 

833. Synodna fastens (Linniens). Lizard-fiah; Lagario; Soap-fish. 

Cape Cod to Brazil; common from South Carolina southward. 
Salmofatena Linnsus, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 513, 1766, South Carolina. 

834. Synodna Inciooepa (Ayres). 

Coast of California from San Francisco to Santa Barbara. 
Savrua luciocepe Ayres, Proo. Cal, Ac. Sci. 1855, 66, San Francisco. 

Oonis 850. BATSTBAUBUB Gttathsr. 
Batkpsaurua GOnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., August, 1878, 181 (ferox). 

835. Bathyaanma feroz Gttnther. 

Atlantic and South Pacific ; known from off New Zealand, Morocco, and the 

Gulf Sti-eam. 
Baihysaurus ferox GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 1878, 182, east coast of New 

Zealand. 

Oemis 801. BATHYLACO Goods A Bean. 

Baihylaoo Goods & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 57, 1896 (nigricans), 

836. Bathylaco nigrioana Goode & Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico off Santa Cruz, in deep water. 

Bathylaco nigricana Goode <& Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 57, tig. 69, 1896, off 
Santa Cms, Mexico, in 2,393 fathoms. 

Family LXIX. AX7LOPID2B. 

Osnns 858. CHLOBOPHTHALMUS Bonaparte. 

ChlorophthalmuaBonakptaiSf Fauna Italica, fasci. xxviii, Pesci, ISiO (agaaaizii). 

837. Chlorophthalmua agaaaizii Bonaparte. 

Atlantic and Mediterranean, rare about Naples and Sicily ; eastern Atlantic, 

Azores, Sargasso Sea, and Cape Verde. 
Chlorophthalmua agaaaitii Bonaparte, Fauna Italioa, pi. 121, 1840, Italy. 

838. Chlorophthalmna ohalybeiua (Goode). 

Gulf Stream, in from 85 to 167 fathoms. 

Hyphalonedrua chalyheiva Goode, Proe. U. S. Nat. Mus., iii, 1881, 484, Gulf 

Stream, ofif Rhode Island, at Fish Hawk Stations 876 and 878, in 120 and 

142 fathoms. 

839. Chlorophthalmua tnioolentna Goode <& Bean. 

Off Barbados. 

Chlorophthalmua truculentua Goode Sl Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 61, fig. 72, 
1^, off Barbados, in 158 fathoms. 

FamUyliZX. BBNTHOSAURID2B. 

Osnos 8M. BEHTHOflAUBUS Goods ft Bean. 

Benthoaaurua Goode A Bean, Bull. Muh. C'omp. Zool., xii, No. 5, 165, 1886 
(gralldtor), 

840. Benthoaaama grallator Goode & Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Stream, in latitude 24° 33' N., longitude 84^ 23* W. ; 

latitude390 3 15" N., longitude IQP 50' 4.5" W. 
Benthoaaurus grallator Goode & Bean, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., xii, No. 5, 168, 

1886, Gulf Stream. 



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FamUy LXXI. BA TH Y PTU ROID JP. 

0«iiiui 254. BATUYPTEROIS Oimther. 

Batkypterois GUntber, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 5th series, ii, 1878, 183 (langi/iliM). 

8«bfeBBf KYNAPTKBBTHU8 Oood« A Bmb. 

Synapteretmua Goodo Sl Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 64, 1896 {quadri/ilU). 

841. Bathypteroia qnadrifilis Gtinther. 

Hrazil ; St. Vincent. 

BatkypieroiB quadr%fil%$ Gtinther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 184, off coa«t of 
Brazil, in 500 to 770 fathoms. 

842. Bathypteroia longipea GUnther. 

East coast of South America. 

BathypteroxB /oii|9rtpe« GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 184^ east coast of 
South America, in 2,650 fathoms. 

Family TiXXTT. IPNOFIDiB. 

G«niis266. IPH0P8 Oiinther. 
Ipnops GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 187 (murrayi), 

843. Ipnopa mnrrayi Giinther. 

Coast of Brazil, Tristan da Cnnha, Celebes, and in tropical America (21 36' 

N., 84^ W.), and oflf Bequia. 
/|m<>p« fNnrra^i GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., u, 1878, 187, coast of Brazil, etc. 

Family TiXXill. RONDBLBTIIDJB. 

QtBxm 866. SONDSIXnA Ooode ft Bean. 

Bondeleiia Goode <& Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1894 (1895), 454 (hicolor), and in 
Oceanic Ichthyology, 68, 1896. 

844. Rondeletia bioolor Goode &> Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Bondeleiia bicolar Goode &, Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894 (1895), 454, pi. 17, 

fig. 7, and in Oceanic Ichthyology, 68, fig. 77, 1896, at Albatross Station 

27L>4, in 1,641 fathoms. 

Family IiXXTV. CETOBfllBfllDJB. 

0«nai257. CET0MIMU8 Ooode ft Bean. 

Cetomimna (ioode <& Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1894 (1895), 452 (ffi^lii), and in 
Oceanic Ichthyology, 68, 1896. 

845. Cetomimua gillii Goode & Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Cetomimua gillii Goodo & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894 (1895), 452, pi. 17, 
tig. 2, and in Oceanic Ichthyology, 69, fig. 78, 1896, Gulf Stream, in lati- 
tude 39- 35' N., longitude 71- 24*30" W. 

846. Cetomimua atoreri Goodo & Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Cetomimua atoreri Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1894 (1895), 453, pi. 

17, t\ir. 3, and iu Oceanic Ichtbvologv, 69, tig. 79, 1896, Gulf Stream at 

Albatross Station 2222, in 1,535 fathoms. 

Family LXXV. M7CTOPHID2B. The Lantem-Fiahea. 

Oenos 258. MAC?R08T0MA Biaso. 

Marroatoma Risso, Kurop. M(^rid., ill, 417, 1826 (anguatidena) ' (not MaerotUh- 
mua Wied, 1817, a geuus of insucts). 

847. Macroatoma quercinom (Cioode vV Bean). 

Westeru Atlantic and Mediterranean. 

yotoacopelua ifu^rcinua Goodo &. Beau^ Oceauic Ichthyology, 83, fig. 97, 1896^ 
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848. Bffaoiostoiiui margaxltlliNiun (Ooode &, Bean). 

Qraod Banks of Newfoundland. 

Nbi090onelu9 margari^ferui Goode & Bean, Oceanic lohthyology, 84, fig. 98, 
1896, off Banqnero. 

849. ICacrostooui angnstidens Riaso. Prick-fi$h; Maire iP Amplora. 

AUantio and Indian oceans, Norway and Greenland. 
yfaero9tawia angwHdmu Risso, Eorop. M^rid., iii, 448, 1826, Nice. 

850. Maozostoma oaatanenm (Goode &, Bean). 

Grand Banks. 

y0io$capelu9 eastanewi Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 84, fig. 95, 1896, 
Grand Banks. 

851. ICacrostooui oaadispinosnin (Johnson). 

Atlantic Ocean. 

Soopelus oaudi8pinoau9 Johnson, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1863, 42, Madeira. 

Gsnos 850. GBBATOBOOPBLUS Oiinther. 

Cerato9oopelu9 Giinther, Cat., v, 405 and 412, 1864 (madeirenaU), 

852. Ceratoaoopeltuimadeirenais (Lowe). 

Atlantic and Mediterranean ; west to the Grand Banks. 

8eapelu9 madefireHMia Lowe, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1839, 87, Madeira. 

Qsnns 960. lAMPAVTCTUO Bonaparte. 
Lampan^dua Bonaparte, Fanna Italica, fasc. xxvii, 1840 {crooodilus), 

853. Irfunpanyotas orooodiltia (Risso). 

Atlantic and Mediterranean; west to 40"^ W., 33^ N. 
OasteropeUcut orocodilua Risso, Ichth. Nice, 357, 1810, Nice. 

854. Irfunpanyotns townaendi (Eigenmann &, Kigenmann). 

Cortez Banks, near San Diego. 

Myctaphum taumtendi Eigenmann & Eigenmann, West Am. Sci. 1889, 125, 
Cortez Banks, off San Diego, California. 

855. Iiampanyotiui alatua Goode & Bean. 

Gnlf of Mexico. 

Lampanwctu$ alatus Goode <& Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 79, fig. 92, 1896, Gnlf 
of Mexico, in latitude 28^ 43' N., longitude 87"^ 14' W. 

856. Iiampanyotiui gnnthexi Goode <& Bean. 

Grand Banks. 

Lampanifotut gnntkeri Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 79, fig. 90, 1896, 
Grand Banks. 

857. Lampanyotns gemmifer Gk>ode & Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Lampanffctut gemmi/er Goode & Bean. Oceanic Ichthyology, 80, fig. 88, 1896, 
Grand Banks, in latitude 390 40^^., longitude 71"^ 35' W., in 538 fathoms. 

858. ZianqiMuiyotas laoerta Gk>ode A Bean. 

Gnlf of Mexico. 

LampanyctM laoerta Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 81, fig. 89, 1896, 
Gnlf of Mexico, in latitude 28° 38' 30 " N., longitude 85^ 52' 30' W. 

Osmis 861. lAMPABXHA Ooode ft Bean. 
LampadetM Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 85, 1896 (apeouligera)- 

859. Lampadena speouligera Goode & Bean. 

Gnlf Stream. 

mdema »peeu2iffera Ooode <& Bean, Ooeanio IclithyoVoK^,^, ^^.^A*^^> 
Oalfatream, in latitude 39^ 48' N., longitude 1(P W ^ ., Vn ^V l^\XiO\&a. 



300 REPORT OF COMM188TONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oenui 262. HAHVOBSACHIUX OOntlMr. 
Nannobrackium QUnther, Deep Sea Fishen, Challenger, 191), 1887 (miyrmm). 

860. Nannobrachiam leaoopsamm (Eigenmaun & Eigenmann). 

Pacific Coast of America from Alaska to San Diego. 

Myctopkum {Stenohrikcki^^) leucopsarum Eigenmaun A> Eigenmann, Proc. i al. 
Ac. Sci. 1890, 5, off Point Loma, Caliuirnia, in stomachs of Srba9to*hM, 

861. Nannobraohiam naimochlr (Gilbert). 

Alaska to Santa Barbara Islands, in deep water. 

Mtfctophum nannaehir Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1890, 51, off WaMhin^^n i. 
at Albatross Stations 2925, 3072, and others, in 266 to ^6 fathoms. 

862. Nannobraohiam mezioanam (Gilbert). 

Coast of Lower California, in deep water. 

Myctophum mexicanum Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 51, off lx>wer < 'ali- 
fornia, at Albatross Stations 3008 and 3009, in 306 und K57 fathoms. 

863. Nannobraohiam regale (Gilbert). 

Santa Barbara Channel, in deep water. 

Myctophum regaU Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891^544, Santa Barbara < *huu- 
nel, Calin>mia, at Albatross Station 2923, in 822 fathoms. 

864. Nannobraohiam maodonaldi Goode &. Bear 

Gulf Stream. 

Nannobraohium nuiodoualdi Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 94, fig. 110, 
1896, Gulf Strejun. 

G«niiB 268. DIAFHUS Eigenmann ft Kgmiwami. 

Diaphus Eigenmann &> Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac Sci., 2d serieM, iii. 1H90. 3 

(theta). 

865. Diaphus theta Eigenmann Sl Eigenmann. 

Point Loma, near San Diego, to coast of Oregon. 

Diaphua theta Eigenmaun & Eigenmaun, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iii, 1890. 4. Point 
Xoma, near San Diego, California. 

G«niis 264. JETHOFBOBA Ooode ft Bean. 
JEthoprora Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 86, 1896 (metopoelampum ). 

866. 2Bthoprora lacida Goode <&- Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

.Etnoprora lucida Goo<le & Beau, Oceanic Ichthyology, 87, fig. 102, 1896,(iii]f 
Stream, in latitude 19^ 45' N., longitmle 7.5- 4' W. 

867. JESthoprora effolgena Goode iV Itoau. 

Western Atlantic. 

JEthoprora effulgens Goode & Bean, Oceauic Ichthyology-, 87, fig. 103. 189ft, 
Browns Bank and Albatross Station 2127, 19^ 45' N., 75° W. 

Oenoi 265. COLLEITIA Ooode ft Bean. 

t'olh'ttia (loode & Beau, Oceanic Ichthyology, 88, 1896 (rajinenqueh. 

868. Collettia rafinesquei (Cocco). 

Mediterranean and Atlantic; (iulf Stream, oiX tho New England couMt. 
MyctophuH rajiueaquei Cocco, Alcuni Salmon., etc., 20, 1820, Meesina. 

869. Collettia noctnma (Poey). 

Coawt <»f Cuba. 

Myctophum uortitrnum P(»ey, Memoriae, ii. 426, 1861, Cuba. 

Oenos 266. BHIH08C0FELUS Liitken. 

lihinoscopelus Liitken, Vid. Selsk. Natur. KjolMsnhavii. vii, 1892. 237 {coocoi^. 

870. Rhinoscopelus coccoi (Cocco). 

Western Atlantic, (Iiilf Stream. Mediterranean, and ranging from Newfound- 
land to Africa. 

ScopthiH cocc'ti Cocco. (Jiorn. Sci. \M\. .Vrt. Sicilia (No. 77). Palermo. 1829, 143 
{^* Scopelo de Coooo'*)^ Palermo. 



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871. Rhinoscopelus andreao (LUtken). 

Open AtlaDtio sad Indian Ocean; Gulf ^>treaui. 

Scopelna andrece LUtken, Spolia Atlautica, Scupeliui, 25, 1892, North Atlautic. 

872. RhinoBoopelus rams (LUtken). 

Open Atlantic, west to 50^ W., 33° N. 

8copelu$ ruru9 LUtken, Spolia Atlantic:^ Soopelini, ii, 26, 1892, North Athiiitic 

Oeniu 867. XYCTOFHUIC Bsflnesqne. 
Myetopkum Rafinesqne, Indice d'lttiologia Siciliana, 54>, 1810 (jtftnvlatum). 

873. Myctophum pnaotatnin Bsfinoeque. 

Warmer parts of the Atlantic, Grand Ranks, and from the Gulf Stream to 

the Mediterranean. 
Myctophum p»noi4Uum Rsflnesqne, Indice d'lttiologia Siciliana, 5B, pi. 2, Ug. 

5, 1810, Palermo. 

874. Myotophtim afflne (LUtken). 

Open Atlantic, west to 63^ W., 38^^ N. 

Scopelua affinia LUtken, Spolia Atlantica, ii, 32, 1892, open Atlantic. 

875. Myotophum opalinmn Goode & Bean. 

Western Atlantic. 

Myctophum opalinum Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 72, rtg. 81, 1896, 
Galf Stream. 

876. Myotophum humboldti (Risso). 

Open seas, Mediterranean, and Atlantic on both shores. 
Oaateropelema humboldti Risso, Ichth. Nice, 358, 1810, Nice. 

877. Myotophum oalifomiense Eigenmann & Eigenmann. 

Cortez Banks, near San Diego, California. 

Myctophum califomienae Eigenmann, West Am. Sci., November 9, 1889, 124, 
San Diego, Califomis. 

878. Myctophum graoile (LUtken). 

Open Atlantic, west to 48^ W., 23° N. 

Scopelua gracilU LUtken, Spolia Atlantica, ii, 35, 1892, open Atlantic. 

879. Myctophum bsnoiti (Cocco). 

Mediterranean to Norway and Greenland. 

Soopelus henoiti Coccb, Lett. su. Salmon., 12, pi. 2, fig. 4, 1838, Messina. 

880. Myotophum hygomii (LUtken). 

North Atlantic, occasional in onr waters. 

Soopelus hygomii hMtkeiif Spolia Atlantica, Scopolini, 256, 1892, North Atlantic. 

Genus 268. BERTH08EKA Ooode k Besa. 

Benthoeenia Goode &, Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 75, 1896 {mulleri), 

881. Benthosema muUerl (Gmelin). 

North Atlantic, Norway to Greenland ; South Carolina. 

Salmo mulleri Gmelin, Syst.Nat., 1378, 1788, Norway; after Strom. 

882. Benthosema aroticnm (LUtken). 

Davis Straits, Greenland. 

Scopelua arctioum LUtken, Spolia Atlantica, Scopelini, 29, 1892, Davis Straits. 

Genus 208. DAflTBOOPELUS Giinther. 
Da$y§copelu8 GUnther, Cat.^ v, 405, 1864 (aaper). 

883. Dasysoopelus spinosus (Steindachner). 

Open teas; mid-AUantio ; Hawaiian Islands, etc. 
Soopeius spinoBus ^toindaolmer, SitzongsUer. lohth. ^otix., v , U, \»fe1 , v:\\\w«.. 



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Genu 270. TABLETONBEAHIA Eigennuum 4 Kigwimaim. 

Tarletonheania Eigenmann &, EigenmaiiD, Proc. Csl. Ao. Sci., iv, 1890, 7 

(tenua), 

884. Tarletonbeanla orennlaris (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Santa Barbara Channel ; coast of Washington. 

Myctophutn crenulare Jordan &, Gilbert, Proo. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1880, 2?74, BaoU 
Barbara, California. , 

885. Tarletonbeanla tenua Eigenmann & Eigenmann. 

Coronado Islands, near San Diego. 

Tarletanbeania tenua Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iv, 1890, 
7, Coronado Islands, near San Diego, California. 

Family LXXTI. SCAXmOZiZCZDJB. 

Genus 271. XAIJSOLICUS Coooo. 
MauroHcu9 Cocco, Lett. sn. Salmon., 32, 1838 (amMyaUno = puftetatus). 

886. ManroUous pennanti ( Walbaum). 

Ox>en seas, widely distributed ; New England coast at Nahant, Proviucetown, 

Woods Hole, etc. 
Argentina pennanti Walbaum, Artedi Pise, 47, 1792, England ; afler ** Sheppy 

argentine*' of Pennant. 

Oeniis272. TDICIOUEBBIA Jordan 4 Srermann. 

« 

Vindguerria Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 577, 
1896 {attenuata). 

887. Vlnoigaerxia attenuata (Cocco). 

Open Atlantic, west to the Bahama region. 

Maurolicue attenuatue Cocco, Lett. su. Salmon., 33, 1838, coast of Italy. 

Genus 278. VALEHCIEHNELLnS Jordan k Evermann. 

ValenciennelluB Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 577, 
1896 {tripunctulatuB). 

888. Valenciennellua tripunotolatus (Esmark). 

Madagascar ; Denmark Straits, between Greenland and Iceland. 
MauroHcuM iripunctulatue Esmark, Christiania Vid. Selsk. Forh., 488, 1870, 
Madagascar. 

Family LZXVn. CEL^niilODONTIDiB. The Vlper-Flahes. 

Genus 274. OONOSTDIIA Bafinesqne. 

Gonostoma Kafmesqne, Indico d'lttiologia Siciliana, 64, 1810 (^«iiiufa/ii«i). 

889. Oonostoma denudatum Rafinesquc. 

Ciiilf of Mexico at AlbatrosH Station 2665; off Morocco and Ca{>o Verdes; 

Mediterranean Sea. 
(ionoatoma denudata Katinesque, Indiee d*Ittiol. Sieil., 65, 1810, Palermo. 

890. Gouostoma brevidens Knor & Steindachner. 

<(renada; HabMiua Channel ; Hequia. 

(ionontoma brvridrns Kner «fc Steiudaehner, Sitzb. Akad. Wissensch., Wien, 
LXi, 1S7().44S. Atlantic. 

Oeniu 275. BONAPARTIA Ooodo & Bean. 

lionapartia (ioode tV Hean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 102, 1896 {pedaliota), 

891. Bonapaitia pedaliota Ooode «.V Bean. 

(iiilf Stream. 

Bonapartiii pedaliota (ioode \- IWan, Ocevwiio lc\i\Vi>'o\o^^',\Ql,tL%.W\,\S9S^ 
Oulti<tream, at AlbatroBs 8taUou2642. 



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Otmii 97B, OTOI0IHO1IB CNwda k Bean. 

Cpehihane Goode A Beao, Bull. Mas. Comp. Zool., x, No. 5, 221, 1882 (luaca). 

S«b8fNiMi CTCLOTHOini Oo«de A B««i. 

892. Cyclothone mioxodon (Giinther). 

Bermuda; AtlaDtio, Paoiflc, and Antarctic oceans ; Pacific Coast from Oregon 

to Panama. 
GoROftoiiiaffiiorodofi Giinther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 188, near Bermuda. 

893. Cyclothone bathyphila (Vaillant). 2 

Gulf of Gascony and off the Azores: western Atlantic. > 

Neostoma hathypkUnm Vaillant, La Nature, 1884, 184, name and rough fignr4[r "^ 

only. ^ C 

Sabfem SI0H0P8 GIIL ^ ^ , 

Sigmaps Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 256 (Btigmaticut) . O 

-y^ 5 r. 

894. Cyclothone elongata (Giinther). X3 V^ ,, 

New Guinea; Banda; American coast; Gulf Stream; Indian Ocean. C o - 

0<mo$tama eUmgatum Giinther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 187, New Guinea; ^ '^i ' 
Banda. — i '" 

Ctamii 277. TASREXXA Oooda k Bean. ^ ^ '^ 

rarr«I2a .Goode A Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 103, 1896 (hlackfardi), (/) ^ ^ 

895. T'exrella blaokfbrdi €k>ode A Bean. "< (;^ 



Gulf Stream. 

Yarrella hlaekfardi Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 103, fig. 121, 1896, 
Gulf Stream, at Albatross Station 2376, in 324 fathoms. 

Otniis 278. GHAULIOBini Blooh k Bdhnelder. 

Chauliodut Bloch A Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 430, 1801 (aloanei). 

896. duraliodiui aloanei Blooh A Schneider. 

Mediterranean and deep waters of the Atlantic ; Georges Banks. 
Chauliodu€ sloanei Bloch A Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 430, 1801, Atlantic; after 
Vipera maritM of Cateeby. 

897. duraliodns maoouni Bean. 

Coast of California to British Columbia and Queen Charlotte Islands. 
Ckauliadu9 tnaoouni Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 44, off Queen Charlotte 
Islands. 

Family IiXJLVIJLL ASTRONBSTUlDiB. 

Genus 279. ASTBOHBCrrHES Bichardion. 
AatroMaihes Richardson, lohtli. Voy. Sulph., 97, 1845 (niger), 

898. Astroneethee niger Ric^iardson. 

Deep waters of all seas. 

Attraneatket niger Richardson, Ichth. Voy. Sulph., 97, 1845, Atlantic. 

899. Aatronesthes gemmifiBr Goode A Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Aitraneithes gemm\fer Ck>ode A Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 1(^, fig. 124, 1896, 
Grand Banks, latitude 44^ 25' N., longitude 53"^ 12' W., in 300 fathoms. 

900. Astroneethea riohardaonl (Poey). 

Deep waters of West Indies; Indian and Pacific oceaiiB. 
ChmmUodtts Hckardtani Poey, Memoriaa, i, 176, 1855, Cuba. 



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FamUy LXXTX 8TOBCIATZDA. 

Oenw 290, STOIOAS Cavier. 
Stomias Cavier, R^gne Anim., od. i, 184, 1817 {boa), 

901. Stomias ferox Reinhardt. 

Greenland and southward; Gulf Stream from Bahama ('hannel to th<» firaoM 

Banks. 
Stomias feraJt Reinhardt, Vidensk. Selsk. Natiirv., etc., x, 77, 1842, (iremlaml. 

902. Stomias afflnis GUnther. 

Sombrero Island. 

Stomia» affini$ Oilnther, Deep Sen Fishes, Challon^er, xxii. 2(ir>. pi. .'4, fig. A, 
1887, off Sombrero Island. 

Oenni 281. E0HIO8TD1IA Lowe. 

Echioatoma Lowe, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1843, 87 (harhatum). 

903. Eohiostoma barbatimi Lowe. 

Madeira; Gloucester, Mass., and southward in the Gulf Streoni to the old 

Bahama Channel. 
Echioatoma barbatum Lowe, Proc. Zool. 8oc. Lond. 1843, 88, Ma<1eirt4. 

904. Eohiostoma margarita Goode &, Bean. 

Middle of the Gulf of Mexico. 

Echioatoma margarita Goode & Bean, Ooeanir Ichthyology, KX), ti^. 131, 1886, 
Gnlf of Mexico. 



IZC2S2, OSAMMATOBTOICIAB Ooode4 
Orammatoatomiaa Goode &, Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 110, 18!>6 {dsmtatma). 

905. Orammatostomias dentatna Goode A Bean. 

Gnlf Stream. 

Orammatoatomiaa dentatna Goode &, Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 110, fig. 133, 
1)<96, Gnlf Stream, in latitude 38^ 19' 20'' N., longitude 69^ 2' 30^ W. 

Oenni 283. FHOTONECfTES Giinther. 

Photonectea Giinther, Challenger Report, xxir, 212, 1887 (albipimmia). 

906. Photonectea gracilis Goode St Bean. 

Martinique. 

Photonectta gracilia Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 112,' 1896, off Martin- 
ique. 

Family LZZX. MALACOSTBIDJB. 

Oenns 284. KALAC08TEU8 Ayres. 
Malacoateun Ayres, Jour, lioat. Soc. Nat. Hist. 1849, .5:i {niger), 

907. Malacosteus niger Ayres. 

Open 8ea; Gulf Stream and southward to Barha<lo6. 

MalacoHti-ua niger Avres, Jour. Boat. 8oc. Nat. Hist. 1849, 53, Gulf Stream, 42^ 
N., t)U- W.' 

Family LXXXI. ALEPISAURIDiB. The I«ancet-Fishas. 

OenoB 285. ALEPI8ATJRXJ8 Lows. lAincet-fiahea. 

Alepiaaurns Lowe, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1833, 104 { ferox), 

Ssbgf'BaH ALEPISAUBU8 Lowe. 

908. Alepisaunis feroz I^owe. 

Peep waterH of the Atlantic; oonsts of Nova Scotia and Massachusetts, and 

the (iraiKl HaiikH. 
Alepiaaur us ferox Lowe, Trans. Zo<»l. Stic. Loud., i, 1833, 31^, MoAleira. 



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909. AlepiBanms mmovdMpkaa (Beau). Sdbatka; Wolf-Jish, 

Coast of Alaska to California; Unalaska and elsewhere. 
AUpidoaaurtu ofwulapiua Beau, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 661 Uualaska. 

S«bg«i«i CAULOPVS GUI. 

Caulaput Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 128 ( aJtivelia). ' 

910. Alepiaaiinis altlvelU Poey. Con^o, 

Cuba. 

Alepi$awrH9 alHvelU Poey, Memorias, ii, 302, 1860, Cuba. 

911. Alepiaanma borealis (Gill). Batidaaw-fish, 

Pacific Coast of America from Alanka to Pnget Soand. 

AlepUU^9aMru9iCaftU>pu9) horeali$ Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 128, Puget 
Sound. 

912. Alepiaanma •arm (Gill). Serra. 

Monterey, California. 

Alepido9auru8 (Caulopu$) terra Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 129. Mon- 
terey, California. 

Family TiXXXTT. ODONTOSTOBfflD^:. 

Oenas 886. 0K066dI8 Oiinther. 

OmasudU Giipther, Challenger Report, xxii, 201, 1887 (lowii). 

913. Omoandis lowii Giinther. 

Open sea; Gi^f Stream, at Albatross Station 2392. 

Omom^B lotoii .Giinther, Challenger lioport, xxii, 201, pi. 52, flgs. c, r , 1887, 
Philippine Islands ; Magdalona. 

Fan^y T.XXXTn PARAIaBPIDIDiB. 

Oenas 887. BUDIS Baflnasqiis. 
S^U Rafinesqne, Caratteri di Alcnni Nnovi Generi, etc., 60, 1810 (hyalina). 

914. Sndia intermedina (Poey). 

Matanzas, Cnba. 

Paralepis inlermedius Poey, Repertorio, n, 416, 1867, Matanzan. 

915. Sndia ringena Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Santa Barbara Channel, California. 

Sudis ringems Jordan A Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 273, Santa Barbara. 

Oenas 888. ABCIOZJfllUS GilL 
Aretozmua Gill. Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 188 (borealia), 

916. Arotosenna borealia (Reinhardt). 

Greenland and southward to Cape Ann. 

Paralepis horediie Reinhardt, Natnrv. Math. Afhandl., vii, 11.5, 1832, Green- 
land. 

917. Arotozenua oomaoana (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Puget Sonnd. 

Paralepis eameeans Jordan A, Gilliert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 411, har- 
bor of Port Townsend, Washington. 

Genm 888. PAKALKPI8 Biira. 
ParaUpie Riaso, Hist. Nat. Eur. M6rid., in, 472, 1826 {coregonoideH) . 

918. Paralepis ooregonoidea Risso. 

Mediterranean ; Gulf Stream at Albatross Station 2393. 
Pmralmne eoreponoidee BinBO, Hist. Nat. Eur. M^vid.. iii, \11^ ^^'^^ ^%^ ^^ 
iSe, Nice. 

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306 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Family LXXXIV. STBRNOPT7CHIDJB. 

Oenni 290. 8TEBH0FTYX Hermaim. 
Stemoptyx Hormann, Natarforscher, xvi, 8, 1771 {diapkana). 

919. Stemoptyx diaphana Hermsoo. 

Atlantic; Gulf Stream, from Santa Craz Island to the Grand Banks. 
Stemoptyx diaphana Hermann, Natnrforscher, xvi, 8, 1771, Jamaica. 

Genai291. AB0TB0FEISCU8 Coooo. 

Argyropelecus Cocco, Giom. Sci. Sicil., faac. 77, 146, 1829 (hemiffymnmt). 

920. Axgyropeleons hemigymnna Cooco. 

Atlantic and Mediterranean ; Galf Stream off sonthem Kew England. 
Argyropelecus hemigymnue Cocco, Giom. Sci. Sicil., faac. 77, 146, 1829, eoaat of 
Italy. 

921. Axgyropeleoua olferai (Cnvier). 

Open Atlantic ; coast of Norway to Brazil and Cape of Good Hope, Grand 

Banks soatbward in the Gnff Stream.' 
Stemoptyx olferH Cuvier, R^gne Anim., ed. 2, ii, 316, 1829, near Cape of 

Good Hope. 

Family LXXXV. IDIACAMTUlDiB. 

Genus 292. IDIACANTHU8 Petexs. 

Tdiacantkue Peters, Monatsber. Akad. Wise. Berlin 1876, 846 (faedoUi). 

922. Idlacanthua ferox (Giinther). 

North Atlantic. 

Bathyophie ferox Giinther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 181, North Atlantic 

923. IdiaoanthuB antrostomua Gilbert. 

Coast of sonthem California, in deep water. 

IdiaoanthuH antroatomue Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890,54, off sonthem 
California, at Albatross Station 2980, in 603 fathoms. 

Order U. LTOPOBftl. 

FamUy LXXXVI. HALOSAURIDiB. 

Oenns 293. HALOSAURUS Johnson. 

HaloBaurut Johnson, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1863, 40<> {oweni), 

924. HaloaauruB oweni Johnson. 

Madeira; (iiilf Stream, at Albatross Station 2181; Guailelonpe and Santa 

Liioia. 
HaloHanruH oweni Johnson, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1H63, 406, pi. 36, fij;. 2, 

Ma<leira. 

925. Halosaurus guntheri (iooilo «V Itean. 

(Julf Stream. 

llaloxauruH qunthen (Joodc A Bonn, Oceanic Ichthyology, 131, 1896, Gulf 
Stream, in latitude ;i9 13' \., longitude 72^ W., Albatross SUtion 272'J. 

OenoB 294. ALDROVANDIA Goods & Bean. 

Aldrorandia Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 132, 1896 {roetratu*). 

926. Aldrovandia rostrata (Giinther). 

Mid-Atlantic. 

Ilalonanrus rostratua GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 252, mid- 
Atlantic. 

927. Aldrovandia macrochir (Giinther). 

Marion iHlaiul; Blake Stations 308 and 325. 

Halo8auru9 macrochir Giinther. Ann. Ma^. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 251, between 
Cape of Good Hope and Kergueleu lalaiid. 



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928. Aldroirandia goodei (Gill). 

Gulf Stream, at Albatross Stations 2037 in 1 ,731 fathoms, 2051 in 1,106 fathom 
2035 in 1,362 fathoms, and 2052 in 1,098 fathoms. 

Halo$auru8 goodei Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 257, Gulf Stream, at Alba- 
tross Stations 2035, 2037, 2051, and 2052, olf South Carolina. 

929. Aldrovandia graoilia Goode &, Bean. 

Gnlf Stream and Gnlf of Mexico. 

Aldrovandia graeilia Goode &. Bean, Oceanio Ichthyologv, 134, fiff. 157, 1896, off 
Guadeloupe, and in Gnlf Stream at Albatross Station 2380, latitude 28^ 
2' 30" N., longitude 87^ 43' 45" W. ; also Albatross Station 2381, latitude 
2S9 5' N., longitude 87° 56' 15 ' W. 

930. Aldrovandia pallida Godde & Bean. 

Gnlf Stream, at Albatross Station 173 in 955 fathoms in Gulf Stream. 
Aldrovandia pallida Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 135, fig. 158, 1896, 
Golf of Mexico. 

Order V. HXSTBROBII. The Spiny Eels. 
FamUy LXXXVH. NOTACANTHID2:. 

Genus 995. irOTACAHTHUS Blooh. 

yotacanthuB Bloch, Abhandl. Bohmisohen Gesellsch. der Wissensohaft, i, 278, 
1787 {ehemniizii) {naaus). 

931. Notaoanthns ohamnitzii Bloch. 

Greenland; West Indies; Iceland; Scandinavia; Sonth Greenland. 
Notaoanthus ehemniizii Bloch, Abhandl. Bohmischen Gesellsch. der Wissen 
schaft, 1, 278, 1787, Northern Sea. 

932. Notaoanthus analis Gill. 

Gnlf Stream. 

Notacantkus analis GiU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1883, 255, latitude 40^ N., longi- 
tude 69^ W., at Albatross Stations 2677 in 478 f^homs, and 2676 in 407 
fathoms. 

933. Notaoanthna phaaganonui Goode. 

Grand Banks, Newfoundland. 

Noiaeanihua phaaganorua Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., iii, 1880, 535» Grand 
Banks of Newfoundland. 

Oenns 896. XACDOITALDIA Goode k Bean. 
Maodonaldia Goode ^ Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894 (1895), 467 (roetraia). 

934. Maodonaldia roatrata (Collett). 

Gnlf Stream. 

NoUicanthus roairaitu Collett, Bull. Soc. Zool. France, 1889, 307, off New- 
foundland, at Albatross Stations 2216 in 963 fathoms, and 2553 in 551 
fathoms. 

935. Maodonaldia ohallengari {Vaillant). 

North Pacific and Bering^Sea. 

Noiaeanihua ehallengeri vaillant, Expedition Travaillenr et Talisman, llB88, 
south of Yeddo. 

Family LXXZVni. ItlPOQEXTSTIDiB. 

Goiiis 997. LIFOGEirTB Goode k Bean. 
Upogenya Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1894 (1895), 469 {gilUi), 

936. Idpogenya giUii Goode & Bean. 

Gnlf Stream. 

L^Mfenpa^mi Qoode A Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mub. 1»&4 a^^^'i, ^^, ^V ^*. 
4^.^ and in Ooeaaio Ichthyology, 173, 1896, Station 2fI4"!i,0\iii ^U^>msi. 



308 RKPOBT OF COMMISSIONEIi OF FI8H AND FISHERIES. 

Order W. XBNOMl. 

FamUy LXXXIX. DALLIIDiB. The Alaska Blackfishea 

Oeniu 388. DALUA Bmui. 
Dallia BeaD, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mub. 1879, 358 {pectaralii). 

937. Dallia pectoralia Bean. Alaska BlaekJUh; Chamia Rgba. 

Northern Alaska and Siberia 

Dallia pectaralU Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1879, 358, St. Michaels, Alaskm. 

Order X. HAPLOBO. The Pike-like Fiahea. 
Family XC. UhlBRIDiB. The Mud Bfinnowa 

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Oeniis 299. TTXBRA (Kr&mer) Kifller. 

Umbra Kriimer, Anim. Anstr. Infer. 1756; Miiller, Abhandl. Akad. Wiss. Wien, 
Berlin, 188, 1842 {erameri), 

Knbyesas IGLA^TURA AffitsU. 

Melanura Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1854, 135 (anaalato, etc., =.pyfjwura). 

938. Umbra limi (Kirtland). Mud Minnow; Doqfiiik, 

Qnebeo to Minnesota and southward to the Ohio River. 
Hydrargyra limi Kirtland, Bost. Jour. Nat. Hist., iii, 1840, 377, streama io 
northern Ohio. 

939. Umbra pygmeea (DeKay). Eoitem Mud Minnow, 

Lowland streams and coastwise swamps flrom Lone Island to Neose Rirer. 
Leudscus pygmttut DeKay, New York Faana: Pishes, 314, 1843, Tappao, 
Rockland County, New York. 

Family XCL LUCII02B. ThePlkea 

OenoB 300. LUCim Baflnesque. 

Lucius Ralinesiiue, Caratteri di Alcuni Xuovi (>eneri, 59, 1810 (laictaM). 

Sabf eBttK KE>OZA Jordan A ErerMSsn. 

Kenoza .lordan Sl Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, (i2.% 189B 

(americanus). 

940. Lucius americanus (Gmelin). Handed Pickerel. 

MiiHsachusetts to Florida, cast of Alleghany Mountains; Escambia Kirer 

Ht Flouiaton. Alabama. 
L^90jc iucius (B. americanus) Omeliny Syst. Nat., 1390, 1788, Long Island, New 

York; aftvr Schopf. 

941. Lucius vermiculatus (I jcSneur). UttU Pickerel , 

Mi».siH8ippi Valley, tributaries of Lake Erie and Lake Michigan, south to 

MiHHi8Hip}«i and ArkauNas. 
/>ox vermiculatus LeSueiir, in C'uvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiiis., \\ iii. 

'A3S, isir», Waba.sh River, New Harmony, Indiana. 

942. Lucius reticulatus (LeSueur). Common Eastern Pickerel; Crsen Pikr; Jack. 

Maine to Florida. Loiiisian.'t^ Arkansas, and Tennessee. 

Ksox reticulatus LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1, 1818, 414, Connecticnl 
Hiver. zVdauis, Massachusettti ; Philadelphia. 

SubtrennN LrCH'S Rattneftque. 

943. Lucius lucius (Linnjrus). Common Pike; Pickerel. 

Fresh waters of the northern parts of Europe, Asia, and North Ameriea, north 
to Alaska aud Siberia; in tlio e:ist4>rn IJnited States south ta N^tf X'ock 
and the Ohio River; in Europe south to Italy and Greece. 

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8«H«u« HASCALOHflUS Jordaa. 

Ma9ealongtt9 Jordan, Klippart*s Report Ohio Fish Com., 92,. 1878 (nobilior). 

944. LncioB maBqninongy (Mitchill). Muskallunge; MoBkinongy; Musealonge. 

Great Lakes region ; Upper Mississippi Valley and northward. 
Eiox vMuquinongjf Mitchill, Mirror, 1824, 297. 

944a. Xiuoins nuuiqiiinoiigy olileiiaia (Kirtland). Ohio MusoaJonge. 

Ohio River and its tributaries. 

E9ax okiensi» Kirtland, Proc. Cleveland Ac. Nat. Sci., Febrnary 7, 1854, 85, 
Mahoning River, Ohio. 

944b. Lucius maaqiiinoiigy immaonlatiia (Garrard). Great Northern Pike. 

Lakes of Wisconsin and Minnesota; also in Chautauqua Lake and Conneant 

Lake. 
Eaox immaoHlatua Garrard MS., noticed in different fishing journals; Jordan, 

Mannal, ed. 5, 89, 1888, Eagle Lake, northern Wisconsin. 

Family XCII. PCBCILIID.2B. The Killifiahea. 

eeniis SOI. TUVDUCVS LaoipMs. Killifithm. 
Fundnlus Lae^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 37, 1803 (mudfiek). 

945. FandaloB punctatua GUnther. 

Chiapas. 

Fnndnlua punctatua GUnther, Cat., vi, 320, 1886, Chiapas. 

946. FundaluB vinctua Jordan & Gilbert. 

Coast of Lower California. 

Fundulua vinctue Jordan &, Gilbert, Proe. IT. 8. Nat. Mns. 1882, 355, Cape 
San Lucas. 

947. Fandnlua pallidua Evermann. 

Galveston Bay and Swan Lake, Texas. 

Fundulus pallidua Evtrmann, Bull IT. S. Fish Com. 1891 (1892), 84. Swan Lake, 
near Galveston Bay, Galveston, Texas. 

948. FondaloB aimilia (Baird & Girard). Sac-a-Lait. 

Coast of the Gulf States. 

Hydrarayra aimilia Baird & Girard, Prnc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 389, 
Indiauola, Texas. 

949. Pimdolns migalia (Walbaum). Killifiah; Mayfiah; Rockfiah, 

Cape Cod to Florida. 

Cotitia majalia Walbaum, Artedi Pise, 12, 1792, Long IsLmd. 

950. Fnndalua parvipinnia Girard. 

Coast of California fh>m Point Conception southward to Lower California. 
Fundalua parvipinnia Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phihi. 1854. 154, San Diego. 

951. Fundulua lima Vaillant. 

Lower California. 

Fundulua lima Vaillant, Bull. Soc. Philoni. 1894, 71, S.iu Iguatio de Caraca 
mande. Lower California. 

952. Fundulnaheteroolitua (LinnsBus). Common Killifiah; Mudfiah; Mud Dahhler; 

Mummiehog; Cobbler. 

Coast of Maiuo to the Rio Grande ; Gulf Coast. 

Cobitia heleroolUa Linnieas, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 500, 1766, ( 'harleston ; after th(> 
Mudjlah of Dr. Garden. 

952a. Fnndnlaa heteroolitoa grandia (Baird & Girard). 

Gulf Coast of United States. 

Fundulua grandia Baird & Girard. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 389. Indi 
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310 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHEBISa 

953. Fundalus ooellarls Jordan &> Gilbert. 

Gulf Coaat of Florida to Loaisiana. 

FunduluM ocellaris Jordan &, Gilbert, Proo. U. 8. Nat. Mns. 1882, 256, Peniacola, 
Florida, in salt water. 

954. Fundalus fonticola Cavier & Valenciennes. 

Mountain sprinss in Porto Rico. 

FundaluB fontioola Cnvier A Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xviii, 196, IHlii, 
Porto Rico. 

955. Fimdulus bennudas GUntber. Mangrove Minnow, 

Bermudas. 

Fundulua hermudai GUntber, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. 1874, 4, reprint, Bennadas. 

956. Fimdulus robtistus Bean. 

Streams of Gnani^ato. 

Funduliu robu$iu9 Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1892, 285, Gaansjnato. 

957. Fundulua labialia GUntber. 

River of Guatemala. 

Fundulua labialis GUntber, Cat., vi, 319, 1866, Rio San Geronimo; Yxabal. 

8«b9«B«t POXTiyUS Jordsa k Kwrwuan, 

Fontinua Jordan <& Evermann, Fisbes Nortb and Middle America, 645, 1896 

{aeminolU). 

958. Fundulua adinia Jordan A (liibert. 

Rio Grande Basin. 

Fundulua adinia Jordan & Gilbert, Synopsis, 3S5, 1883, Rio Grande at Browns- 
ville, Texas. 

959. Fundulua diaphanua (LeSnenr). 

Maine to Cape Hatteras in river montbs; New York to nortbem Illinoia in 

lakes. 
Hydrargyra diaphana LeSnenr, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila., i, 1817, ISO, Saratoga 

LaKe, New York. 

959a. Fundulua diaphanua menona (Jordan Sc Copeland). 

Ohio westward to the Mississippi River; Lake Menona, near Madison, Win. 
Fundulua menona Jordan <& Copeland, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1877, 68, lakes 
about Madison, Wisconsin. 

960. Fundulua eztenaua Jordan & Gilbert. 

Coast of Lower California. 

FunduluM extenaua .fordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 355, Cape San 
Lucas. 

961. Fundulua aeminolia Girard. 

Florida. 

FunduluM aeminolia Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1859, 59, Palatka, eastern 
Florida. 

SabrennK PLAXCTKRrs tiAranAB. 

riancleruB Garman, Cyprinodonts, 96, 1895 {}cana(r=.zehrinua), 

962. Fundulua zebrinus .lordan & (filbert. 

Kansafl to Texas and New Mexico, in upper tributaries of Arkansas and 
Ked rivers. 

FundnluH zehrinua Jordan A* Gilbert, Synopsis, 891, 1883 (substitute for zebra 
(iirard,pr<'occiipi«'d), streams between Fort Dclianceand Fort Union, New 
Mexico; doiil»tlcss headwaters of Canadian Kivcr, near Fort Union. 

Knbfr^nos XRMSMA Jordan. 

Xeniama .Ionian, Hull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Hist. 1876, 142 {ntellifera). 

963. Fundulua catenatus (Storer). Studjiah. 

Tennessee and Cumberland rivers and clear streams of the Ozark Mountains. 
I'avilia catenata Storer, Synopsis, 430, 1846. Tennessee River, Florence, Ala- 
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964. Fimdiilaa stelUfiMr (Jordan). Studfiah, 

Alabama BiYer and tribntaries. 

XmUMWM »telUf0ra Jordan, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 322, Etowah and 
Ooatanaula riyen, Home, Georgia. 

takgwiM 0AHBU81NU8 Jordu k ^wrwumu, 

GawibmHmuB Jordan dc Evermaun, Fishes North and Middle America, 649, 1896 
(ratkbuni). 

965. Fundnlos lineatna (Gannan). 

Northeastern Wyoming. 

Z^gomeeie9 limeaiut Garman, Ball. Mas. Zool., viii, No. 3, 88, 1881, northeastern 
Wyoming. 

966. Fnndulaa rathlmnl Jordan dc Meek. 

Eastern North Carolina. 

Fund^lus ratkbuni J OTdtbii & Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 356, Reedy Fork, 
Allemance Creek, Hnffalo Creek, aud other tributaries of Cape Fear 
River about Greensboro, North Carolina; Jumping Run, tributary of 
Yadkin River, Salisbury, North Carolina. 

967. Fnndulaa alboUneatua Gilbert. 

Tennessee Basin in Alabama. 

Fundulut albolinMtuB Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1889, 149, Spring Creek, 
HontsviUe, Alabama. 

968. Fnndulaa conflaentaa Goo<le &, Bean. 

Eastern Florida. 

Fundulua conjluenitu Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 118, Lake 
Monroe, Florida. 

969. Fondalna limdaloidoa (Evermann). 

Coast of Texas. 

Zygonectes funduloidei Evermann, Bull.U. S. Fish. Com. 1891 (1892), 85, Dickin- 
son Bayon, Dickinson, Texas, on Galveston Bay. 

8aHMiM n00XECTI8 Ayauls. 

Zjfg<meote$ Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1854, 135 {oHvaoea = notatut), 

970. Fandalos maodonaldl (Meek). 

Tributaries of Gasconade and Neosho rivers, southern Missouri. 
Zyganeetei maodonaldi Meek, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1889, 122, Jones Creek, 
Dixon, Mo. ; Osage Fork of Gasconade River, at Mansliold; Neosho River. 

971. Fandalos floripinnia (Cope). 

Platte River and Arkansas River, in Colorado; Cherry Creek, a tributary of 

the Arkansas. 
Baplochilu» JloripinnU Cope, Zool. Lieut. Wheeler's Expl. W. 100th Mer., v, 

^5, 1876, Platte River, at Denver, Colorado. 

972. Fandalaa jenkinai (Evermann). 

Coast of Texas. 

ZygwMdf jenkinai Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1891 (1892), 86, Dickinson 
Bayou, GiUveston Bay. 

973. Fandalaa polvereaa (Evermann). 

Coast of Texas. 

ZygonecteB pulvereu» Evermann, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1891 (1892), 85, Dick- 
inson Bayon; Buffalo Bayou at Houston; Oso Creek at Corpus Christi, 
Texas. 

974. Fandalaa arllngtoniaa (Goode & Bean). 

Arlington River, a tributary of St. Johns River, Florida. 
Oambutia arlingtonia Goode «& Beau, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 118, Arling- 
ton River, Florida. 

975. Fandalaa henahalli (Jordan). 

•Sonthem Florida. 

Zgg<mMt€9 kenakalli Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 237, San SebaatvoA. 
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976. Fuudulus nibrlfroiiB (Jordan). 

Eastern Florida. 

ZygonecteB rHbrifront Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1879, :fif7, San Sebastian 
Kiver, Florida. 

977. Fnndulus aoartea Meek. 

Eastern Arkansas. 

Fnndulus smries Meek, Bull. U. 8. Fish Com. 1895 (1896), 347. St. Fntmin 
Kiver, Big Bay, Arkansas. 

978. Fundulna aciadicua Cope. 

Middle Missouri River basin. 

FundulM sciadicHB Cope, Proo. Ao. Nat. 8ei. Phila. 1865, 78, Platte Kiver. 
Nebraska. 

979. Fundulua lnci» (Baird & Girard). 

Atlantic Coast from Lonff Island to Virginia. 

Hydragyra ludCB Baird, Ninth Smithson. Rept. 1855, 344, Boesley Point, New 
Jersey. 

980. Fnndnlna goodei (Jordan). 

£vergla<le8 re^on ; Alligator, Arlington, Peace, and Withlacoochee rivers. 
Lucania goodtt Jordan, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1879, 2i0, Arlington River. 
Florida, a tributary of the St. Johns. 

981. Fundulna chryaotua Holbrook. 

South Carolina to Florida. 

FunduluB ohrytotua Holbrook ms., 1860, Charleston, Sonth Carolina. 

982. Fundulna oingnlatna CuYier A Valenciennea. 

South Carolina to Florida; Escambia River at Flomaton, Alabama. 
Fuudulus cingulatus Cuvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiaa., xviii, 197, 
1846. "United States.'' 

983. Fundulua nottii (Agassiz). Star-headed Minnow. 

Florida and neighboring States. 

Zygoncotes nottii Agassiz, Am. Jour. 8ci. Aita 1854, 353, Mobile, Alabama. 

984. Fundulua guttatus (Agassiz). 

Florifla to Texas. 

Zygonectes guttatut Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1854, 353, Mobile. Alabama. 

985. Fundulua dispar (Agassiz). 

Northern Ohio to Illinois, south to Mississippi ; Maumoe, Wabash. Hig Black, 

aud Pearl rivers. 
Zi/gonectrH dinpar Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sri. Arts 1854, 353, creeks opiM).Hit«* St. 

Louin; Duard^town, Illinois. 

986. Fundulua notatua. (Kafmesquo). Top Minnow. 

Michigan to Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas. 

SemotiliiM notatn8 Kafmesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 86. 1820, tributaries «»f Ohio 
Kiver in Kentucky. 

Qenas 302. APLOCHEILUS McClelland. 

Aplocheilug McC'lellaml, Ind. Cypr. As. Ues., xix. 301, \9Sd {chrysostigmuf- 
panchiur). 

987. Aplocheilua dovii ((ilinther). 

Coast of Costa Kica. 

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Oeiiiif SOS. ADINIA Oirard. 
Adinia Oirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1859, 117 (multi/a9ciaia), 

988. Adinia gnatemalenaiB (GUnther). 

Gnatemala, sonth to western Ecuador. 

FunduluM gnatemaJentU GUnther, Cat., vi, 321, 1866, Lake of Duenas, Lake 
Amatitlan, Rio Gnacalate, and western Ecuador. 

989. Adinia paohycephala (GUnther). 

Guatemala. 

Fundttlna packycepkaluM GUnther, Cat., vi, 321, 1866, Lake Atitlau, Guate- 
mala. 

990. Adinia dngeaii (Bean). 

Gnani^uato, Mexico. 

FunduluM dugeaii Bean, Proc. IT. $. Nat. Mns. 1887, 373, Guanajuato. 

991. Adinia moltifaBoiata Girard. 

Gulf Coast, western Florida to Texas. 

Adinia multifasciata.OiTikTd, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 18.59, 11, Galveston, St. 
Joseph Island, and Indianola, Texas. 

Oenas S04. BIVULU8 Foey. 
BivaluB Poey, Memoriab de Cuba, ii, 307, 1860 (ci/lindraoeua), 

992. Rivnlus cylindracena Poey. 

Havana, Cuba. 

Rivultts cylindraceui Poey, Memorias, ii, 308, 1860, stream at Mordazo, near 
Havana, Cuba. 

993. Rivulua marmoratua Poey. • ^*' * » »' 

Cuba. 

Hiviilus marmoratua Poey, Anales de Hist. Nat. Espafia, ix, 1880, 248, Cuba. 

994. Rivulus iathmenais Garman. 

Costa Rica. 

Rivulua iathmenaia Garmau, Cyprinodpnts. 140, 1895, Kio San Jose, Costa 
Rica. 

Oenns S05. LUCAHIA Oirard. 

Lucania Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 118 (renuata); not Lucanua, a 
genus of beetles. 

995. Lncania ommata (Jordan). 

Florida; Indian River; Santa Fe River, Florida, and its tributaries. 
Heterandria ommata Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 188 (, 323, Indian River, 
Florida. 

996. Iincania venoata (Girard). 

Gulf of Mexico^ Pensacola; mouth of the Rio Grande. 

Limia venuata Girard, U. S. Mex. Bound. Surv., Icbtb., 71, 1859, Indianola, Tex. 

997. Iincania parva (Baird &, Girard). Rainwater fish, 

Atlantic Coast from Connecticut to Key West. 

Cyprinodon parvua Baird &, Girard, Ninth Smithson. Rept. 1855, 345, Long 
Island. 

Oenas S06. OISABDINICHTEYS Bleeker. 

Girardinichthya Bleeker, Cyprin., 481, 1860 (innominafua), 

998. Oirardinichthya innominatua Bleeker. 

City of Mexico. 

Oirardinichthya innominatua Bleeker, Cyprin., 484, I860', aVtAT UVxttt^. 



314 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oenni 807. EMFETRICHTHT8 Gilbert 
Empeiriohthya Gilbert, Death Valley Ezped., Fiahes, 233, 1883 (wtfrrkmU). 

999. BmpetrichthyB merriami Gilbert. 

Death Valley in eastern California. 

JCmpetrichtky$ merriami Gilbert, Fishes of Death Valley £x]>edition, in North 

American Fauna No. 7, 234. May 31, 18&^, Ash Meadows, Amargosa Desert, 

on boundary between California and Nevada. 

OenoiSOS. CHABAOODOH Oonther. 

Characodon Giinther, Cat., vi, 308, 1866 (laUralii), 

1000. Characodon lateralis GUnther. 

Central America. 

Ckaracodon lateralis GUnther, Cat., vi, 308, 1866, Central America. 

1001. Characodon bilineatue Bean. 

Rio Lerma, Ouanajnato. 

Ckaracodon bilineatvB Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 371, GaamO^Ukto. 

1002. Characodon vaiiatus Bean. 

Tributaries of Rio Lerma, about Guanajuato and Mexico. 
Ckaraoodon rariatus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1887, 370, Gnanajoato. 

1003. Characodon Initpoldi Steindachner. 

Lake Piitzcuaro, Mexico. 

Characodon luitpoldi Steindachner, Anzeiger der kais. Akad. Wissench. 18M, 
147, Lake Pittzcnaro, Mexico. 

1004. Characodon foroidena Jordan & Gilbert. 

Cape San Lncas southward to Colima, Mexico. 

Characodon furcidena Jordan Sc Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat.' Mas. 1882, 3&4, Cape 
San Lucas, Lower California. 

1005. Characodon eiseni Rutter. 

Tepic, Mexico. 

Characodon eiseni Kutter, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 265, Tepic, Jalisco, Mexiro. 

Oenut 809. CTFRIHODOH Lac^Me. 

Cyprinodon Lac(^p<'de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 486, 1803 {variegatua). 

1006. Cyprinodon variegatus Lac<^pede. Sheepahead Minnow. 

Cape ('o<l to the Kio Grande. 

Cyprinodon rarieyatua Lac<5pede, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 486, 1803, South Caro- 
liuu. 

1006a. Cyprinodon variegatus riverendi (Poey). 

Cuba and Florida Keys; Key West. 

TrifarciuH riverendi Poey, Memorias, ii, 306, 1800, Havana. 

1007. Cyprinodou ezimius Girard. 

Chiliualiiia. Mexico. 

Cyprinodon eximiua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 158, Chihnahns 
Kiver, Mexico. 

1008. Cyprinodon bovinus Haird Sl Girard. 

Leon Sprin'xs, Texas. 

Cyprinodtni horinua Baird A- (iirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 389, Leon 

.Sl)riu;:6, Texas. 

1009. Cyprinodon macularius Baird & Girard. 

Southern Nevada to Sonora ; Ash Meadows, Nevada; Medbury Springs, 
Aniarj^osa Desert, California; Saratoga Spring. l>eath Valley. 

Cyprinodon macnlariua Baird &. Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 389, 
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1010. Cyprinodon bidleyi (GUbert). 

Pabnuiagat VaUey, Nevada. 

CfprimotUm wuutularitu haileifi Gilbert, Death Valley Ezped., 233, 1893, Pah- 
ranagat Valley, Nevada. 

1011. Cyprinodon elftgana Baird A Girard. 

Rio Grande; Rio de Iob ConchoSf Chihaahna. 

Cyprinodon eleganB Baird &> Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 389, 
Comanche Spring, Texas. 

1012. Cyprinodon martse Steindachner. 

Santa Marta, coast of Colombia, South America. 

Cyprinodon martof Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 61, 1875, Santa Marta, 
Caribbean Sea. 

1013. Cyprinodon caxpio Gtinther. 

Coasts of Florida. 

Cyprinodon earpio Gtinther, Cat., vi, 306, 1866, America, locality unknown. 

1014. Cyprinodon felioianua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

TrifareiuM fdioianus Poey, Synopsis, 412, 1867, Havana. 

1015. Cyprinodon latifiaaciataB Garman. 

Parras, Coahuila, Mexico. 

Cyprinodon latifaaciatuB Garman, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., viii. No. 3, 92, 1881, 
Parras, Mexico. 

Oflans SIO. JOBDAHELLA Goods * Bean. 
Jordanella Goode &. Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., ii, 1879, 177 (floridce). 

1016. Jordanella florldas Goode &, Bean. 

Florida, in San Sebastian, St. Johns, Alligator, Withlacoochee, Hillsboro, 
Pease, and Myakka rivers ; also iu Lakes Monroe, Jessup, and Tohope- 
kaliffa, Florida. 

JordaneUa fioridcB (jk>ode St, Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., ii, 1879, 117, Lake 
Monroe, Florida. 

Oenns Sll. PflEUDOXIFHOFHOSnS Bleekar. 

P9eudoaBipkopkom9 Blocker, Ichthyol. Ind. Prodr. Cypr., 483, 1860 {him<ioU' 
lains), 

1017. Paeadoadphophomn blmaonlatua (Heckel). 

Central Mexico;- Rio Blanco, Orizaba. 

XipKopKoruB himaoulaius Heckel, Sitzungsber. Akad. Wiss. Wien 1848, 169, 
lieixico. 

Oenns S12. GAXBUSIA Poey. 

Gamlnuia Poey, Memoriae de Cuba, i, 382, 1855 {punctata), 

1018. Gkunbnaia punctata Poey. Ouajaeon, 

Cuba; Rio Almendaree. 

OawUnuia punetaia Poey, Memoriae, i, 384, 1855, Cuba. 

1019. Gkunlnuda punoticulata Poey. 

Cuba. 

Oambntia punotieulala Poey, Memorias, i, 386, 1855, Cuba. 

1020. Gkunboala inlkns Woolman. 

Rio Lerma, Salamanca, Mexico. 

OambuHa ii^an$ Woolman, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1894, 62, Rio Lerma, Sala- 
manca, Mexico. 

1021. Gkunboala alBnia (Baird &. Girard). Top Minnow, 

South Atlantic and Gulf coasts, Delaware to Mexico, and northward to 

southern Illinois. 
Mrterandria affinU Baird A Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Bol. P\i\\&. V^^,^^,^\a 
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316 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF PISH AND FISHERIES. 

1022. aambusia nobilis (Baird Sl Girnrd). 

Southern Illinois to the Rio Grande region; Chihaahn* River. 
HettrandHa noHlU Baird A Oirard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 18&3,39(). K«ou;i 
and Comanche Springs, Texas ; Rio Grande del Norte. 

1023. Gkunbaaia nloaraguenaia Gflnther. 

Lakes of Nicaragua. 

GambHsia nioaragneMia GUntber, Cat., vi, 336, 1866, lakes of Nicaragua. 

1024. Gambasia graoilia (Meckel). 

Orizaba, Mexico. 

XipkophoTHB graeUU Meckel, Sitzungsber. Akad. Wise. Wien, i, 1S4S, 300. < iri 
zaba, Mexico. 

1025. Gambuaia epiacopi Steindachner. 

Isthmus of Panama at Obispo Station 

Qambu$ia episoopi Steindacnner, lohtb. Beitr., \i, 9, 1H78, Obispo, near 
Panama. 

1026. Gambnaia melapleura (Gosse). 

Streams of Jamaica. 

Poecilia melapleura Gosse, Sojourn Jamaica, 84, pi. 1, Ag. 3, 1851, Jamaica. 

1027. Gkunbuaia tridentlger Garman. 

Isthmus of Panama in frtsh wat«r. 

Gambusia trldentiger Garman, Cyprinodonts, 89, pi. 4, Ag. 10, 1895, Panama. 

Genm 313. BELOKSSOX Kner. 
Belonesox Kner, Sitznngsber. Akad. Wiss. Wien 1860, xl, 419 (belisaitiM). 

1028. Beloneaox belisanna Kner. 

Southern Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala. 

Belonesox belizanue Kner, Sitzungsber. Akad. Wiss. Wien 1860, 419, wit^i 
figure, Balize. 

OenoB 814. AKABLEP8 (Artedi) Bloch. 

Anablepa (Artedi) Bloob, lohthyologia, viii, 7, 1795 (tetrophthalmuM -• ana 
blepa). 

1029. Anablepa dovii Gill. 

Central America, from Chi:ipas to tho iHthinus of Panama. 
Anableps dovii Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phiia. 1861, 4, Panama. 

Oenos 816. OOODEA Jordan. 

Goodea Jordan, Proc. U. 8*. Nat. Mus. 1879, 299 (atripinnis). 



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(iuauajuato. Mexico. 

Ctoodva atripinHiti .lordan, Proc. U. S. Nut. Mus. 1879, 299, Leon in (iunna- 
jiiato. 

Oeniu 316. PLATTPiECILUS Oimther. 
J'latupticiiuii Giiutlier, Cat., VI, 350, 186*> {maculatut). 

1031. Platypoecilus maculatus Giiutlnr. 

M«"xi«o. 

Platiipncilui maculatus (Jiinther, Cat., \"i, 3'>0, Mexico. 

1032. Platypoecilus mentalis (>ill. 

Atlantic Hide of iHtliiniH it( i^mania. 

Platifpacihm mentalis Gill, i*roi-. A«-. Nat. Sci. Pliila. 1876, U'lTi, Isthmus of 
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GflBDsSn. OLABIDICaraTB Oarman. 

Glaridichiky9 Ghirman, American N^ataralint, March, 1896, 332 iuninotatua); 
aubstitute for GlaridodoH, preoccupied. 

X033. Qlaridiohthya oninotatua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Girardintts uninoiatua Poey, Memorias, ii, 309, 1860, Rio Tacotaco, Caba. 

1034. Olaridiohthys latidena (Ganuan). 

Chihaahna, Mexico. 

Olaridodon latideM Garman, Cyprinodonts, 42, pi. 5, fig. 11, 1895, Chihuahua, 
Mexico. 

Geniu 818. 6ISARDUIUS Foey. 
Girardinus Poey, Memorias, i, 383, 1855 (metaUiou$), 

1035. Qirardinaa metalliona Poey. 

Cuba. 

Girardinus metallioua Poey, Mem. Cuba, i, 387, lam. 31, fig. 8-11, 1855, Cuba. 

1036. Qirardinaa dentioolatua Garmau. 

Streama of Cuba. 

Girardinus dentioulatus Garmau, Cyprinodonts, 47, 1895, Remedies, Cuba. 

1037. GMrardinna oreolna Garmau. 

Cuba. 

Girardinus creolus Garmau, Cyprino<lout8, 47, pi. 5, fig, 9 (teeth), 1895, Cuba. 

1038. Qirardinaa pleoroapilaa GUnther. 

Guatemala. 

Girardinus pleurosjHlus GUnther, Cat., vi, 353, 1866, Lake of Dueuas. 

Geniu 819. P(EOILIA Blooh ft Schneider. 
Poeeilia Bloch A, Schneider, Syst. Ichthyologia, 452, 1801 {riv\para). 

1039. PcBoilia veraioolor (Gfinther). 

San Domingo. 

GU-ardinus versicolor GUnther, Cat., vi, 352, 1866, San Domingo. 

1040. PcBcilia ocoidentalia (Baird Sl Girard). 

Gila Basin, Arizona; Yaqui River, Souora; Tucson, Arizona. 
Heierandria occidentalis Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 390, 
Rio Santa Cruz, near Tucson, Arizona. 

1041. PoaoiUa pcaoiloidea (De Filippi). 

Barbados. 

Lehistes paciloides De Filippi, Arch. Zool. Anat., i, 1862, 69, Barbados. 

1042. PcBcilia vivifMura Bloch A Schneider. 

Brazil; Guiana; Martinique. 

Pcecilia vivipara Bloch & Schneider, Syst. lohthyol., 452, 1801, tab. 86, fig. 2, 
Surinam. 

1043. PcBoilla butlerl Jordan. 

Rio Presidio, near Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Pcdoilia butleri Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 330, Rio Presidio, Mazatlan. 

1044. PcBoilia gillii (Kner &, Steindachner). 

Rio Chagres, Panama. 

Xipkophorus gillii Kner A Steindachner, Abh. Bayer. Akad. 1864, 28, 1866, Rio 
Chagres, Panama. 

1045. PoBoilia vittata Guichenot. Fanguito; Guajica. 

Cuba. 

Paoilia viitata Guichenot, in Ramon de la Sagra, Hist. Nat. Cuba, Poiss., 146, 
1860, Cuba. 

1046. Poaollia mexioana Steindachner. 

Southern Mexico and Central America; Chiapas; Dueuas, and Vera Paz. 
PoBoUia tuwrioaua Steiodaohuer, Sitzuugabei. Akad. \V\8a,\V\<i\i Y^^A'V^^ 
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318 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIEd. 

1047. PcBOilia thermalis Steindaohner. 

Warm Springs, etc., in Central America. 

Pcecilia thennalis Steindaohner, Sitznngsber. Akad. Win. Wien 1863, 181, 
• Mj Warm Springs, in Cehtral America. 

1048. Pcecilli{ ohiaoyenBis GUnthef. 

Rio Chisoy, Vera Paz. 

Pcecilia ckieoyenBii GUnther, Cat., vi, 342, Rio Chiaoy. 

1049. PcBcilia petenenaia GUnther. 

Lake Peten, Yucatan. 

Pcecilia peteneH$i$ GUnther, Cat., vi, 342, 1866, Lake Peten, Yncatan. 

1050. Pcecilia aphenopa Cnvier A Valenciennes. 

Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

PcBcilia aphenops Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xvui, 130, 1846, 
Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

1051. PcBoiUa dovil Gfinther. 

Mexico and Guatemala. 

Pwcilia dovii GUnther, Cat., vi, 344, 1866, Lake Nicaragua; Lake Amatitlao. 

1052. PcBcilia couchiana (Girard). 

Rio San Juan at Cadcreita and Monterey, and Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 
Limia couchiana Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 116, Rio San Joan, 
Mexico. 

1053. PoBoHia boucardi Steindachner. 

Colon. 

Poeoilia hfticardi Steindachner, Ichth. Bieitr., w, 8, 1878, Colon or Aspinwall. 

1054. PcBoilia reticulata Peters. 

Brooks on the island of Curasao, Caribbean Sea and adjacent coast. 
Pctoilia reticulata Peters, Berliner Monatsber. for 1869 (1860), 412, Rio Ooayra, 
Caracas. 

1055. Pcecilia dominicenaia CuTier Sl Valenciepnes. 

San Domingo and Barbados. 

Pacilia dominicenaia Cuvier d& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poias., xvui, 131, pL 
525, 1846, San Domingo. 

1056. Pcecilia apilurus Giinther. 4 

Central Americu. 

Po'cilia apilurua Giinther, Cat., vi, 345, 1866, Central America. 

1057. Pcecilia elongata GUnther. 

Panama. 

Pacilia elongata Giinther, Cat., vi, 342, 1866, Panama. 

1058. Pcecilia preaidionis .Jordan & Culver. 

Rio Tresidio, Sinaloa, Mexico. 

Pacilia pnaidio .lordan iV (.'niver, in Jordan, Fishes of Sinaloa, 413, pi. 29, 
18i»5, Kio rresidio, Sinaloa, Mexico. 

OenuB 320. MOLLIEinSIA Le Saenr. 

MollieniHia Le Sueur, .lour. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila., ii, 1821, 3 (laHpinma), 

1059. Mollieniaiajonesi Giinther. 

I.ako Alcohuara, Huaiuantia, Mexico. 

Mollienesiajonrai (iiinther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., xiv, 1874, 370, Uaamantla. 

1060. Mollienisia formosa (Girard). 

raici Alto. Mexico. 

Limia formoaa (iirard, I*roc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 115, Palo Alto, Mexico 

1061. Mollienisia latipinna LeSuenr. ' 

South Carolina to northern Mexico. 

MoUirniaia latipinna LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1 1, 1821,8, New 
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X062. MoUlenisla petenenris Giinther. 

Lake Peten, Onatemala. 

MoUieneHa petenenris Giinther, Cat., vi, 348, 1866, Lake Peten, Guatemala. 

Genu 821. XIFHOFHOBVB Heckel. 

XipkophoruM Heckel, Sitzb. Akad. Wias. Wien 1848, i, pi. .S, 163 {helleH), 

1063. Xiphophoma helleri Heckel. 

Riven of southern Mexico and Central America. 

Xiphopkoru$ kelleH Heckel, Sitzb. Akad. Wise. Wien i, 1848, 163, Rio Chisoy. 

1064. Xiphophoms gantherl Jordan & Evermann. 

Rio Chisoy, basin of Rio Usumacinta, Guatemala. 

Xiphopkorus guntkeri Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle Amer- 
icay 702, 1896, Rio Chisoy, Guatemala. 

FamUyXCIIL AMBLTGPSIDiES. The Blind Fishes. 

Garas882. CH0L0OA8TBB Agassis. 

Chologaater Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts, xvi, 1853, 135 {comuiua). 

m 

1065. Chologaster.oomutaa Agassiz. Fi$h of the Dismal Swamp. 

Southern States; from the Dismal Swamp to the Okefinokee Swamp. 
Ckologaster eamniu$ Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1853, 135, ditch in a rice field 
at Waccamaw, South Carolina. 

1066. Chologaater agassixii Putnam. 

Tennessee and Kentucky. 

Chologaater agaeeizii Putnam, Am. Nat. 1872, 30, fig., from a well at Lebanon, 
Tennessee. 

1067. Chologaater papiUifema Forbes. 

Cave spring. Union County, Illinois. 

Chohgaeier papilli/erue Forbes, Am. Nat., January, 1882, 1, cave spring in 
ifnion County, southern Illinois. 

Genus 888. TTFHIJCHTHY8 Oiraid. 

Tjfphlichtkye Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 62 (auhterranem). 

1068. Typhllchthya anbterraneaa Girard. Small BHndfieh. 

Subterranean streams in limestone regions of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mis- 
souri, and Alabama. 

Tgphlichthye eubterraneus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 62, well 
at Bowling Green, Kentucky. 

Genus 894. AMBLYOFSIS DeKay. 
Anibltfopeie DeKay, New York Fauna: Fishes, 187, 1842 (epelceus). 

1069. Amblyopsia apelaraa DeKay. Mammoth Care Blindfieh, 

Subterranean streams of the limestone regions of Kentucky and Indiana; 

River Styx, Mammoth Cave. 
AniblifopeiB epeutue DeKay, New York Fauna: Fishes, 187, 1842, Mammoth 

Cave, Kentucky. 

Order T, B7NBNTOONATHI. The Synentognathoua Fiahea. 
Family XCIV. BBOCID2EI. The Needle-Flahea. 

Gcnns 8S6. TTL06UKU8 Ooooo. 

Tyio9uru$ Cocco, ** Lettere in Giomale Sci. Sicilia, xvii,'' 18, 1829 (can- 
iraini = imperialis == acu$) . 

1070. Tylosnnis notatna (Poey). Needle-fieh; Long-jaws. 

West Indies, north to Pensacoia, common about Key Weat. 
Briam^ noUUa Pa^y, Memoriaa, u, 293, 1860, Havana. 



320 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

1071. TyloBurus scapularis Jordan A Gilbert. 

Panama. 

TifloBurita seapulaih Jordan & Gill>ert, Bull. U. S. FUli Com. IH^l. 307. 
Panama. 

1072. TylosuruB timaca (Walbaum). Timucu; Peixe Agulka. 

Florida Keys to Brazil. 

E$ox limitcu Walbaum, Arte<li Pise, in, 88, 1792, Brazil; afUr Timmrm oi 
Marcgrave. 

1073. TyloauruB euryopa Bean 6l Dreael. Long-JaK. 

Cuba and Jamaica. 

Tylo$uru8 eiiryop$ Bean dc Dresel, Proc. U. S. Nat. .Mun. 1884, 188, Jamaica. 

1074. Tyloaurua diplotdBnla (Cope). 

St. Martins Island, West Indies. 

Jielone diplottenia Cope, IVaus. Am. Philos. Soc. 1871, 481, St. MartinM. 

1075. TyloBunis mlcropa (GUnther). 

Coast of Guiana. 

Betone miorops GUnther, Cat., vi, 237, 1866, Surinam, British Guianp. 

1076. Tyloaurua anguatloepa (Gilnther). 

Coast of Ecuador. 

Belone angitsticepa Giinther, Cat., vi, 238, 1866, Ecuador. 

1077. Tyloaurua ardeola (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 

West Indies. 

Belone ardeola Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poi8A.,425, 1846, Martiniqae. 

1078. Tylosuma atolzmanni (Steindachoer). 

Pacific Coast of America from Guaymas and Mazatlau to Peru. 

Belone atolzmanni Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., vii, 21, 1878, Tumbez, Peiti. 

1079. Tyloaurua ezilis (Girard). Needle-fiek. 

Coast of southern California, from Point Conception southward to Cernit 

Island. 
Belone exilie Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 149, San Diego. 

1080. Tyloaurua mariuua (Walbaum). Oarfiek; Billfiek; Xeedle-fiek ; Agujon. 

Coast of Maine to Texa»; Atlantic and Gulf coastA. 

Ebox marinue Walbaum, Artedi Pisoium, iii, 88, 1792; after Schopf. 

1081. Tyloaurua almeida (Quoy Sc Gaimard). Timueu, 

Surinam to Rio Janeiro and northward in the West Indies. 

Belone almeida Quoy «1 Gaimard, Voyage de FUranie, Zool., 226, 1824, Brazil. 

1082. Tylosuma fodiator Jordan Sl Gilbert. Agujon. 

Pacifn! Coa.'^t of Mexico. 

Tf/loeurtta Miator Jordan «fe Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mu«. 1881,459, Mazatlan. 

1083. TyloBurus raphidoma (Ranzani). Houndfiak; Aguja de Casta; Guardfink. 

West Indies, Florida Keys to lirazil; Ocean City, New .Jersey. 
Jielone rnpUidnna Ran/uiii, Nov. Coin. Ac. Nat. Sci. Inst. Bouon., V, 1842. ;r»9. 
pi. 37, tig. 1, Brazil. 

1084. Tylosuruo galeatua (Cuvier &, Valeiuiennosi. 

Cayenne, Freurh Guiana. 

Belone gnhata Cuvier *V Val«*inieinies. Hint. Nut. Poins., xviii, 42i», 1K4«>, 
Cayenne. French Guiana 

1085. Tylosurus pacificus (Steindaohner). 

Acai>ul('o to ranania. 

Belone pacijlca .Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr.. iii, <>.">, 1875. Panama 

1086 Tylosurus acus (Lac<^p«'^de). Houndfisn ; Agujon. 

Went Indies and occasiouallv northward. 

Sphijrana avus Lacopode, Hist. Nat. PoisH., v, t>, )d. 1, tig. 3, 18Q3, Mar- 
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1087. TyloBuruB cailbbaBaB fLeSnear). 

West Indies. 

Belong caribbcra LeSaear^ Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., ii, 1821, 127, Caribbean 
Sea. ^ 

iO 

Gei»iiS86. AfBLEHHES Jordan ft Fordioe. 

Athlennea Jordan Sl Fordice, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 342 (hiana), 

1088. Al|uu9iin68 hiana (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

West Indies, from Florida to Brazil ; Acapulco. 

Belone hians Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xviii, 432, 1846, 
Havana; Bahia. 

Family XCV. HEMTRAMPHIDiE. The Balaoa. 

Genus 827. CHBIODOBUS Goods ft Bean. Hardheads, 

ChriodoruB Goode 6l Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 432 {atherinaides), 

1089. Chriodorua athexinoidea Goode & Beau. Hardhead. 

Florida Keys. 

ChriodoruB ath^rinoides Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 432, Key 
West, Florida. 

Genus 828. HTPOBHAMPHUS Gill. Half beaks. 

Hjfporhamphua Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1859, 131 (iricu8pidatu8 = uni' 
fasciatus.) 

1090. Hyporhamphoa tmifaaoiatiia (Ranzani). E$cribano. 

Key West to Rio Janeiro; Panama: East Indies or Africa. - 
Hemiramphus un^a9oiatu$ Ranzani, Nov. Comn. Ac. Soi. Bonou., v, 1842, 326, 
Brazil. 

1091. Hyporhamphua roberti (Cuvier & Valenoiennes). Comtnon Hal/beak; 

Pajarito. . 

Coasts of America ; Newport, Rhode Island ; Longport and Beesley Point, 

New Jersey; Fortress Monroe, Virginia; Beaufort, North Carolina; 

Charleston; Pensacola; San Sebastian River; Cedar Keys; New Orleans; 

Mazatlaa; Gnaymas; Cape San Lucas; La Paz; Panama; Chatham and 

Indefatigable Islands of the Galapagos. 
Hemxrhamphus roberti Cuvier dc Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xix, 24, 1846, 

Cayenne. 

1092. Hyporhamphoa roasa (Jordan Sc Gilbert). 

Southern California and southward. 

Hem%ramphu9 rosa Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 335, San 
Diego, California. 

Genus 829. UKMUtAluriiuB Cnvier. 
Htmiramphus Cnvier, R^gne Animal, ed. i, ii, 1817 {bn-asUiensis). 

1093. Hemiramphna braailienaia (Linnseus). Balao; Escribano. 

West Indies; Key West southward to Bahia. 

Eeax brasilieneU Linnveus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 314, 1758, Jamaica; after Browne; 
the Timucu of Marograve wrongly included in the synonymy ; Blocb, 
lohth., 391, 1801, corrected synonymy and description. 

1094. Hemiramphna balao LeSueur. Bala6; Piper. 

^^«^/^Cuba; also known from Panama. 

A^^iJ^^ HemirhamphuM balao LeSueur, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., ii, 1823, 136, Lesser 
^f^ Antilles. 

Oeaiii 880. SULEPTOBHAXFHUS Gill. 
Euleptorhamphue Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 131 {brevoorti). 

1095. Bnleptorhamphna veloz Poey. 

West Indies northward in the Gulf Streaiu to MasBOchTiAttXtA. 
Euleptarhamphud relox Poey, Synoji^is, 383, 1867, Cuba. 

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Family XCVI. SCOMBBRBSOCID2EI. The CMrailes. 

Genu 881. 8001CBEBE80X Lao^pMe. Sauriei, 
Seomberesox Lao6pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 344, 1803 (camperii), 

1096. Soombereaoz aauma (Walbaam). Saury; Skipper; BillJUh, 

Atlantic Ocean, north of Cape Cod and France. 

B9ax saurus Walbanm, Artedl Pise, iii, 93, 1792, Cornwall; after the Saurf 
Pike of Pennant. 

Genm 888. C0L0LABI8 GiU. 
CololabiM GiU, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1896, 176 {hretfiroetriti). 

1097. Cololabia brevirostrla (Peters). 

Coast of California; Tomales Bay and San Francisco. 
Scombresox breviro$iriB Peters, Monatsberichte Akad. Wiss. BerL, July, 1866, 
521, Tomales Bay, California. 

Family XCVn. BXOCCXITID2EI. The Flyliig-Plahea. 

eeniiB 888. 70DIAT0B Jordan ft Meek. 
Fodiator Jordan A Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1885, 45 {aeutu$), 

1098. Fodiator aoutua (Cnvier & Valenciennes). Sharp-noeed Flffimg-JUk, 

Both shores of Tropical America; Gnlf of California; San Lais GonuUes; 

Panama; Nice. 
Exoccetn$ acuitu Cnvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., 125, 1849, Sarinam; 

Nice. 

Genus 884. PABEX00(ETU8 Bleeker. 
Parexocceiut Bleeker, Nederl. Tydskr. Dierk., in, 105, 1865 (fmento). 

1099. FarexoooBtus meaogaater (Blooh). 

Tropical seas; East Indies and West Indies; Hawaiian Islands; Newport, 

Rhode Island ; Carolina coast. 
Exocatus mesof/aeter Bloch, Ichth., pi. 399, 1795, Martinique; on a drawing 

by Plumier, in which the pectorals and ventrals are mdch too long. 

Genus 885. EXOCCETUS (Artedi) linnsBni. Flying-fishes, 

Exoeaetus Artedi (Genera Pisciiim, 6, 1738); Linnwns, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 316, 
1758 {volitans), 

1100. BxocGBtaa volitana Linnsens. 

Warm seas : Newfoundland ; England ; Hawaiian Islands. ^'^T^^^^ 
. ^ w . * ^ Exocatui rolitans Linnaeus, Synt. Nat., ed. x, 316, 1758. 

Oenos 886. EXOKAUTES Jordan ft Evermann. 
Exonautea, new genus (exsiliens), 

1101. Ezonautes ezaillens (P. L. S. MUller). 

Open Heaa. 

Exoco'tuB exftUiens Philip Ludwig Statins Miiller, Nuremherg ed. Linnsns 
Syst. Nat., 200, 1776, Carolina. 

1102. Ezonautes rondeletii (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Tropical seas: Florida; Frauce; Acapuico; Westlndies; sonthem Earope. 
ExocuiuH rondeletii Cuvier <fe Valenciennes, Hist, Nat. Poi88.,xix, 115, 1846, 
Naples; Sicily; Canaries. 

1103. Ezonautes vinciguerrse (Jordan &, Meek). 

Open Atlantic; southern Europe; Newfoundland; St. Martins; Oalf of 

Mexico. 
Exocatua vinciqiterra' .Jordan Jk Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1885^ 56, open 

sea off Newfoundland, 46- N., 6F W. 






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1104. Bzonautes apeoullgar (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Open seas; Atlantio Coast; Grand Banks; southern Europe; Hawaiian 

Islands. 
ExoccBtuB fpeeuliger Cavier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 93, 1846, 



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Friendly Islands, etc. 

1105. Bxonautes mfipiimia (Cavier & Valenciennes). 

Tropical America; Payta; Panama; Tobasco; Barbados. 
ExoooBiuB rHftfnnnU Cnvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xix, 99, 1846, 
Payta, Peru. 

Genus 887. 0TP8ILUBUS Swainson. 

Cypsilurui Swainson, Class. Fishes, etc., ii. 296, 18S9 {nuttalli), 

1106. Cypstlums hetemms (Raiinesque). 

Atlantic Ocean ; Newfoundland : England. 

Exaealm heierHru$ Rafinesque, Caratteri di Alcuni Nuovi Generi, etc., 58, 
1810, Palermo. 

1107. Cypoiliiras lutkeni (Jordan Sl Evermann). 

Cape San Antonio. 

Eaicatui lutkeni Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 
736, 1896, Cape San Antonio. 

1108. Cypoilfims fnroatUB (Mitobill). 

Warm seas; north to Cape Cod and to the Mediterranean. 
Exoc€ttu§ furoatu9 Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, 149, New 
York. 

1109. CypsUnnis nigrioana (Bennett). 

Tropical seas; north to Cuba, Central America, and France. 
Exocmtu9 %igfican9 Bennett, Whaling Voyage, ii, 287, 1840, taken in both the 
Atlantic and Pacific oceans, in latitude 5° N. 

1110. CypaUnnia xenoptenia (Gilbert). 

Clarion Island, one of the Revillaffigedo Islands. 

ExwMtu9 xenopteruB Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 58, Clarion Island. 

lb 

1111. CypailnnM lineatua (Cuvier &, Valenciennes). 

Tropical Atlantic; Korea; the Canaries; Madeira and Bermuda. 
Exoeatus linmttu Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xix, 92, 1836, 
Xorea; Canaries. 

1112. CypaUnnia oyanoptems (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Coasts of Brazil and Caribbean Sea. 

ExootBtuB oyanoptenu Cuvier Sl Valenciennes, Eiist. Nat. Poiss., xix, 98, 1846, 
Bahia; Rio de Janeiro. 

1113. Cypailnnia bahlenoia (Ranzani). 

Tropical seas; north to Cuba and the Galapagos Islands. 
Ex4>ocHui bakienHB Ranzani, Nov. Com. Ac. Sci. Inst. Bonon., v, 1842, 362, pi. 
38, Bahia. 

1114. CypaUnnia oaUfonyioua (Cooper). Great Flying-JUh; Volador. 

Southern California; Point Conception to Cape San Lucas; Santa Barbara 

Islands. 
Exoeeetue ealifomieue Cooper, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iii, 1864, 93, fig. 20, Santa 

Catalina Island. 

1115. CypaUnma oaUoptema (Giinther). 

Panama. 

Exoecaue eallopterue Giinther, Cat., vi, 292, 1866, Panama. 

1116. CypaUnnia gibbifrona (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Atlantic Ocean ; Newport, Rhode Island. 

&B%piBtu§ gih^frQn8 Cavier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. PoiAa.,xix, W^'SftMb^ 
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324 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERlEa 

Order Z. HBBSIBRANCHII. The Hemibranohe. 

Family XCVm. QABTBROSTBIDJB. The Sticklebeoka. 

0«ziiii 838. EUCALIA Jordan. 
Eucalia Jordan, Man. Vert., ed. i, 248, 1876 (inconMiana), 

1117. Bucalia inoonstana (Kirlland). Brook Stickleback. 

New York to Kansas and northward to the Saskatchewan ; (Sreat Lakes 
re|(ion ; central Ohio and Illinois. 

Gasterosteui inoonaUtna Kirtland, Bost. Jonr. Nat. Hist., iii, 1841, 273, Trum- 
bull Countyi Ohio. 

1117a. Bucalia inoonatana oayuga Jordan. 

Ithaca and Syracuse, New York. 

Euoalia inoonatana caynga Jordan, Man. Vert., ed. i, 249, 1876, Cayuga Lake, 
Ithaca, New York. 

1117b. Bucalia inoonatana pygnuea (Agassiz). 

Lake Superior. 

Oaateroatena pygmctua Agassiz, Lake Superior, 314, 1860, Lake Superior. 

Oenns 889. PTGOBTEUS Breroort 
Pygoateua Brevoort, in Gill, Cat. Fish. East Coast N. A., 39, 1861, name only. 

1118. Pygoateua pungitlua (Linnseus). Nino-$pined Stickleback, 

Northern Europe; Atlantic coasts of America; Long Island to the Arctic 
. Sea; tributaries of the Great Lakes. 

Oaateroateua pungitiua Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 1758, 296; after OaateroaUma 
acnUia decent Art«di. 

1118a. Pygoateua pungitiua biraohypoda (Bean). 

Mountain lakes and streams about Baffin Bay. 

Oaateroateuavungitiua brachypoda Bean, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mas., xv, 1879, 129, 
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Oenai 840. OASTEROSTEUS (Artadi) limuBOS. Sticklebacks, 

GaateroaUma ( Artedi) Linnieus, Syst. Nat., x, 489, 1758 (acuUatua), 

1119. Qaateroateua aculeatua Linna'us. European Stickleback; Jiurnatickle. 

('casts and streams of northern Europe; Greenland. 

Gasterottteua aculeatua Linnieus, Syst. >' at., ed. x, i, 489, 1758, Kurofie. 

1120. Qaateroateua biapinoaua Walbaum. Common Eastern Stickleback. 

Labrador to New Jersey; New England. 

Gaaterosteua biapinoaua Walbaum, Artedi, Pise, 450, 1792, after Pennant : »aid 
to be "New York,*' but more likely Hudson Bay. 

1120a. Qaateroateua biapinoaua atkinai Bean. 

Quebec; Maine. 

(laeterosteua atkinai Beau, Proc. U. .S. Nat. Muh. 1879, H7, Srlio<Mlic Lak«*s, 

Maine. 

1120b. Qasteroateua bispinoaua cuvieri Girard. 

Ka^t coa8t of North America from Labrador t^) MassacbuHetts. 
GaateroHteua cuvieri Girard, in Storer'8 Fishes of Nova Scotia and Labrador. 
2,>4, pi. 7, tig. 1, 1849, Bras d'Or, Red Bay, Labrador. 

1121. Qasteroateua gladiunculua Kendall. 

Ort' coa»t of Maine, in floating fiiciis and other seaweed. 
Gaatcronteua (jladiuncuhm Kendall, Proc. IJ. 8. Nat. Mus., xviii. 1X9H. 623. off 
coa^t of Maine, near Seguin Inland. 

1122. Qasterosteus cataphractus (Pallas). Alaska Stickleback; Salmon-killer. 

San Fran<'isco to Al.iska and Kamchatka. ^ 

Gatsteracanthuf* cataiihractus Pallas, Mem. Acad. Petersb., liT •^2$, 1811, 
Kamchatka. 



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1123. QaBterosteus williamsoni Giranl. 

StreainB of Bonthem California f^om VeDtara County to Santa Ana Kiver : 
William8on Pass near Saiigus, Ventura County ; San Bernardino ; and 
Santa Ana River at Col ton. 

Qasterosteua tpilliamsoni Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 133, William- 
son Pass, California. 

1123a. Oasterosteus williamaoni microcephalua (Girard ) . California SHcklebaek, 

Pacific Coast of the United States in streams and brackish water; Alaska 

to Todos Santos, Lower California. 
GaateroBieus miorooephalus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 133, Four 

Creeks (Kawean River), tributary to Tule Lake (Tulare Lake), San 

Joaquin Valley, California. 

Oenns 841. AFELTE8 SeKay. 
Apelies DeKay, New York Fauna: Fishes, 67, 1842 (quadracus). 

1124. Apeltes quadracua (Mitchill). 

Maine to New Jersey in salt water. 

Ga8Uro9teu9 quadraouM Mitchill, Trans. Lit. and Phil. Soc., i, 1815. 430, New 
York. 

Family XCIX. AULORHTNCHIDJB. 

Oenns 842. ATJL0BHYHCEU8 OilL 
Aulorh^nchuB Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 169 (flandus). 

1125. Aulorhynchua fiavidns Gill. 

Coast of California from San Nicolas Island and Monterey northward to 
Sitka, Alaska. 

Aularhynchu9flavidu» Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 169, coast of Wash- 
ington. 

Family C. AX7L08TOBaD2B. The Trompet-Fiahes* 

Oenus 843. AULOBTOinJS Lao6pMe. 
JuloBtomus Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 357, 1803 {chinentia). 

1126. Aulostomua maculatoa Valenciennes. Trompetero. 

Caribbean Sea, north to southern Florida. 

Anlostoma maeulaium Valenciennes, in Cuvier, Illust. Poiss., pl. 92, Ag. 2, 
about 1845. 

1127. Auloatomus cinerens Poey 

Cuba. 

Aulostoma einereum Poey, Synopsis, 386, 1867, Cuba. 

Family CI. FISTUliAHITDJB. The Comet-Fishes. 

Oenns 844. FISTITIiABIA linnsBHs. 
FUtularia Linoffius, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 312, 1758 (taJmcaria). 

1128. Fistnlarla tabacaria Linnieus. Trumpet-fish; Trompetero, 

West Indies and neighboring seas; northward to Carolina and Florida, and 

occasionally to Long Island. 
Fiitularia tabacaria Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 312, 1758, Tropical America. 

1129. Fistnlaria depressa Giinther. Cometa. 

East Indies, Australia, China, Panama, and Jjower California. 
FUtularia depressa Giinther, Report on the Shore FishcH, Challenger Report, 
69, pl. ^, Fig. D, 1880. 

1130. Fistnlaria petimba Lac^pc^de. 

Western Pacific; Bermudas; Cuba. 

Fietularia petimba Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., V, ^9,1^0^, ^^^ ^T\\^vii,\^^ 
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FamUy Cn. BCACRORHAMPHOSIDJB. The BtOp^Viahm. 

Qtaam 846. 1CACBOBHAXPHO0V8 iM^pada. Snipe-JUhm, 

Maorarhampkonu Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 196. 1803 {cammtm9 = ^eolo- 
pax), 

1131. SCaororhamphosns aoolopaz (Linnnus). Smipe'Jl9k; TrumpeUfi^k; Helltif- 

MeditexTanean Sea; northward to southern England; acoideotal oo our 

North Atlantic Coast. 
BalUUi Boolopax Linneens, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 329, 172%, Mediterranean. 

Order AA. LOPHOBRANCHIZ. The Lophobcanoha. 

Saborder 8TNONATHI. 

Family CZZI. STNONATHIDiB The Ptpefialiaa. 

0«iiiis846. SIPH08IOMA Baflnesqiie. 
SipkoBtama Raflnesque, Caratteri Nuovi Oeneri, 18, 1810 (pelofieiM). 

NabffeMi DERMAT08TETHU8 6111. 
Dermato§tethH9 QUI, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 283 (punetipinnU), 

1132. Siphostoma pnnotipiiine (Oill). 

San Diego, California. 

Dermai09iethu$ punctipinnin Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 283. Sao 
Diego, California. 

SabffeBBi SIPHOSTOMA Baiaetqae. 

1133. Siphoatoma carinattim Gilbert. 

Galf of California. 

SipkoiUma oarinatum Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891, 547, Gnlf of Cali- 
fornia, 310 31/ X., 114"^ 19' W., at Albatross SUtions 3027 and 3028. 

1134. Siphoatoma calilbmienae (Storer). 

Santa Barbara and Monterey; from Santa Barbara northward. 
Sifngmathua califomienM Storer, Proo. Best. Soc. Nat. Hist., ii, 1845, 73, Cali- 
fornia. 

1135. Siphostoma giiaeolineatum (Ayres). 

Pacific Coast of the United States, from Paget Sonnd to Monterey. 
Sjfngnaihua gn$eolin€atu9 Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1854, 14, San Francisco 
Bay. 

1136. Siphoatoma leptorhynchum ((virard). 

West coast of America from Sau Franciaco to San Dieffo. 
Syngnathus h'ptorhynchus (iirurd, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854. 156, San 
Diego, California. 

1137. Siphostoma fistulatum (Peters). 

P»»erto Cabello, near Aspinwall. 

Sffnynathus fi$tulatu8 Peters, Monatsber. Ak. Wiss. Berk., 456, 1868. Puerto 
C'abello, near A8]>iuwall. 

1138. Siphostoma barbarae Swain. 

California coast, at Santa Barbara. 

SijthoMtoma barbanr Swain, Pror. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1884, 238. Santa Barbani, 
California. 

1139. Siphostoma mackayi Swain «V Meek. 

Key West, Florida, and south to Yncatau. 

6ipho&toma mackayi Swaiu Jk. Meek, Proc. V. S. Nat. Mas. 1884, 239, Key 
West, Florida. 



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1140. Siphostoma fioridsB Jordan <& Gilbert. 

Beaufort, North Carolina, to Corpus Cbristi, Texas. 

SipkoBUma floridof Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Hub. 1882, 263, Pen- 
sacola, Florida. 

1141. Siphostoma poeyi Jordan & Evermann. 

Havana. 

S^hottama poewi Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America. 
766, 1896, Havana, Cuba. 

1142. Siphostoma anlisous Swain. 

Southern California. 

SipkoBiama aulUcuB Swain, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 310, Santa Barbara and 
San Diego, California. 

1143. Siphostoma pelagicum (Osbeck). 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic ; north to the West Indies and the Mediter- 
ranean. 

Sjfngnathus pelagicus Osbeck, Dagbuk Resa Ostind., 305, 1757, open sea in 
floating seaweed. 

1144. Siphostoma ronsseau (Kaup). 

West Indies ; known from Jamaica, St. Lucia, and Martinique. 
Syngnaihua rou$9eau Kaup, Lophobranchii, 40, 1856, Martinique. 

1145. Siphostoma elucens (Poey). 

Cuba. 

SpngnathH8 elucen* Poey, Synopsis, 443, 1867, Havana, Cuba. 

1146. Siphostoma Jonesi (Giinther). 

Bermuda Islands. 

Sjfngnathtu JoneH Gttnther, Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., series 4, xiv, 1874, 8, 
Bermndas. 

1147. Siphostoma robertsi Jordan & Rutter. 

Known only from Jamaica. 

Sipko9ioma robertn Jordan <& Rutter, Fishes of Jamaica, in Proc. Ac. Nat. 
Sci. Phila. 1896, Jamaica. 

1148. Siphostoma brachycephalum (Poey). 

Cuba. 

SjfngnaihuB braohycephalus Poey, Synopsis, 444, 1867, Havana, Cuba. 

1149. Siphostoma afflne (Giinther). 

Gulf of Mexico, on coast of Louisiana. 

Syngnaihua affinU Giinther, Cat., viii, 163, 1870, Louisiana. 

1150. Siphostoma soovelli Evermann &> Kendall. 

Coast of Texas and both coasts of Florida. 

S^hoiUma ioovelH Evermann <& Kendall, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., xviii, 
1895 (1896), 109, Corpus Christi, Texas. 

1151. Siphostoma balrdiannm (Dum^ril). 

West coast of Mexico, near California. 

Sjfngnaihua (oirdiontM Dumdrll, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 574, 1870, ''Coast of 
Mexico, near California.'' 

1152. Siphostoma louisianaB (Gtinther). 

Atlantic and Golf coasts of the United States, North Carolina to Texas and 

south to Key West. 
Sjfngnaihui louitiana GUnther, Cat., viii, 160, 1870, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

1153. Siphostoma ftiscimi (Storer). Common PipeJUh. 

Atlantie Coast of United States from Maine to Virginia. 

ajfngmaihu$ fu9eM$ Storer, Rept. Fish. Mass., 162, 1839, KaUant, Uaaaa.^\iTi. 



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1154. SiphoBtoma starksil Jordan & Calver. 

Rio Presidio, Sinaloa, Mexico. 

Siphostoma $iark9ii Jordan & Onlrer, in Jordan, Fishes of Hinal<M. 416. 
18^, Rio Presidio, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

1155. Siphostoma arctum Jenkins & Evermann. 

Onlf of California; Guaymas. 

Siphottoma arotum Jenkins & Evermann, Proo. II. S. Nat. Miis. 1888. KIT. It«y 
of Gnaymas, Sonora, Mexico. 

1156. Siphostoma sinalose Jordan & Starke. 

Pacific coast of Mexico. 

Siphotioma sinaloa Jordan & Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Scl. 1K96, MazatUn. 
Mexico. "-^ 

1157. Siphostoma crinigemm Bean & Drosel. 

Pensacola and Key West, to Abrolhos Reef. Brazil. 

Siphostoma arinigerum Bean &, Dresel, I^oc. Biological Sor. Wasbin^on. ii. 
1884, 99, Pensacola, Florida. 

RabffeMi COBTTHBOICHTHTR Es«p. 

Corythroiohthys Kaup, Lophobrauohii, 25, 1866 (alhirostris) ; not of Linnn*nt 
as restricted by Rafinesque. 

1 158. Siphostoma ^birostre ( Meckel ) . 

West Jndios; north to Pensacola and Key West; sontb to Bahia. 
('OryihroicHthya albirostria Heckel, in Kaup, Lophobrauchii. 25. 1856. Mexico; 
Babia. 

1159. Siphostoma cayennense (Sanvagc). 

Cayenne. 

Syngnathua oayennenaia Sanvage, Bnll. Soc. Pbilom. Paris. 1882. 176. Cayenne. 

Oenns 847. DOBTBHAMPHUS Kanp. 
Doryrhamphua Kanp, Lopbobranrhii, 54, 1856 (exciaMa'), 

KnbgenuK DORTICHTHTS Kmnp. 

Doryichthya Kanp. Lophobranchii, 56, 1856 {hilineaiua). 

1160. Doryrhamphus lineatus (Valencionnes;. 

Tropi<al part« of Atlantic from Cuba to Africa. 

Doryichthya /tneatuA Valenciruues, in Kaup, Lophobranobii. 59, 18.'>6, Habis. 
Mexico, and Guadeloupe 

Subr^auK DORTRHAXPHCS Kasp. 

1161. Doryrhamphua califomienais Cill. 

(iiilf of California. 

Iforip-hamphus caJiforniensis (iill, Pror. Ac. Nat. S<'i. Pbila. 1862, 2R4, Cape 
San Lncas. 

Genus 348. STKONATHTJS Linnaeof. 

Si/tnjnathiiM Linn.iMis. Artedi (ii'iiera PiHrinni, 171^ (acus, typhU^ etc ) 

SubrenuH SYXiWTHI'S MnniPUK. 

1162. Syng:nathu8 sequoreum Linna us. (hvun riptfhh. 

Northern and western <'oa»ts of Enrop«': op«Mi Atlantic; Gulf of Mexico. 
Syngnathn8 atjnorruM LinnaMis. 8yst. Nat.. e<l. X, 417, 17."»8. open 8ea. 

Oenot 349. OSFHYOLAX Cope. 

(hphyolar (.'ope. Pror. Ac. Nut. Sci. Pliila. l«7r», 4r>() ( ptUiiciduJi). 

1163. Osphyolax pellucidus Cope. 

(faphyolax ptUucidua Cope, Pror. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1875, 460, pi. 25, flgfs. 
i to 4, open Atlantic Ocean. 



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FamUyCIV. HIPPOCAMPIDJB. The Sea-Horses 

GflDni 850. HIFPOOAKPUS Bafineaqne. 
Hippocampus Rafineaqne, Indice d'Jttiologia Siciliana^d?, 1810 {hippocampus). 

1164. HippooampoB ingens Oirard. Caballito del Mar, 

Pacific Coast from San Diego to Mazatlan. 

Hippocampus ingens Oirard, Pac. R. R. Sarv., Fishes, 342, 1858, Sar Diego, Cal. 

1165. HippocampuB hudsoniuB DeKay. Common American Sea-horse. 

West Coast of northern Mexico, Mazatlan to San Diego, California. 
Atlantic Coast of United States, from Cape Cod southward to Charleston. 
Hippocampus hudsonius DeKay, N. Y. Fanna: Fishes. 322, pi. 53, fig. 171, 
1842, New York. 

1166. Hippocampus punctulatus Onichenot. CahaUito del Mar; Sea-horse. 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic; common in the West Indies, Brazil, and 
western Africa; Gnlf Stream; Beanfort, North Carolina. 

Hippocampus punctulatus Gnichcnotf in Sagra, Cuba, Poiss., 174, pi. 5, fig. 2, 
1850, Cuba. 

1167. Hippocampus styllfer Jordan & Gilbert. 

Coasts of Florida; ** Snapper Banks'' off Pensacola and Tampa ; Gnlf Stream. 
Hippocampus stylifer Jordan Sl Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 265, 
" Snapper Banks," Gulf of Mexico. 

1168. Hippocampus zosteras Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Pensacola Bay, Florida. 

Hippocampus zosterce Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 265, Grand 
Lagoon, Pensacola, Florida. 

Order BB. ACANTHOPTERI. The Spiny-rayed Fiahea. 

Suborder SAIaMOPBRCJB. The Trout Perches. 

Family CV. PBRCOPSID2B. The Sand-Rollers. 

Osttus 851. PERC0PSI8 Agassiz. 
Peroopsis Agassiz, Lal^ Superior, 284, 1850 (guttaii 

1169. PercopsiB ffittahm ^L^assiz. , SandiRoUer; TrbtaPerch^ 

Lake Champlain and Delaware River to Ohio River, Kansas, and north- 
ward: Great Lakes; Hudson Bay; Red River of the North; Saskatche- 
wan River. 

Peroopsis guttatus Agassiz, J^ake Superior, 286, 1850, Lake Superior. 

Oenns 862. COLUMBIA Eigenmann ft Eigsnmann. 

Columbia Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Science, October 21, 1892, 233 (trans- 
montana). 

1170. Columbia transmontana Eigenmann & Eigenmann. 

Colombia River basin; Umatilla and Walhila rivers. 

Columbia transmontana Eigenmann <& Eigenmann, Science, 1892, 233, mouth 
of Umatilla River, Oregon. 

Suborder XBNARCHI. 
Family CVL APHREDODERID2I. The Pirate Perches. 

Genus 858. APHBSDODERUS LeSnenr. Pirate Perches. 

Apkredoderus LeSueur, in Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 445, 
1^3 {gibbosus = sayanus). 

1171. AphredoderuB sayanus (Gilliams). Pirate Perch. 

From New York in coastwise streams to Texas; also in the Mississippi 

Basin north to Michigan. 
Seolopsis sayanus OUliama, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila., IV , l^^,%VTv«».t V\\\\Ak- 

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330 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIEa. 

Suborder PBRCXI80CXI8. 

FamUy CVIL ATHIIRINID2B. Tk€ SUverMm. 

Oenni 864. ATHXRINA (Artadi) Tiiiinwni. 
Atherina Artedi^ in LiDnsas, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 315, 1758 (k€p$eiu»), 

1172. Atherina Btipea Miiller &. Troschel. 

Barbados. 

Atherina 9Hpe$ MUller & Troschel, iu Schombnrgk, Hist. Barbadoa, 671, 18l«, 
Barbaaos. 

1173. Atherina latioepa Poey. Cabezote; Briitle Herring, 

Caribbean Sea, north to western Florida; Key West, Havana, Jamaica, and 

Cozumel. 
Aikerina laticep* Poey, Memoriae, ii, 285, 1861, Havana. 

1174. Atherina araoa Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Golf of Mexico, at Key West and CozomeL 

AlkeHna araa Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1884,27, Key West, 
Florida. 

1175. Atherina harringtonenaia Goode. 

Bermudas. 

Atherina harrinytoneneia Goode, Am. Jour. Sci. and Arts, 3d aeriee, Xiv, No. 
82, 1877, 297, Bermuda Islands. 

1176. Atherina Carolina Cavier 6l Valenciennes. 

South Carolina. 

Atherina Carolina Cuvier Sc Valenciennes, Nat. Hiat. Poles., x, 445, 1835, Soatb 
Carolina. 

1177. Atherina micropa Poey. 

Havana. 

Athtrina micropa Poey, MemoriaA, ii, 266, 1861, Havana, Cuba. 

Oenns 355. CHIBOSTOKA Swainson. 

Chirostoma Swainson, Class. FisheH, etc., 243, 1839 (humboldtianum). 

1178. Chiroatoma eator Jordan. Pescado Blanco de Chapala. 

Lake C'hapala, Ouanajaato. 

("hirotloma cstor Jordan, Proo.U. 8. Nut. Mus. 1879, 298, Lake Chapala, Mexic-o. 

1179. Chiroatoma hrunboldtiannm (Cnvier & Valenciennes). 

Lake near the City of Mexico. 

AthtTina humboldtiana Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poise., x, 479, 1836, 
lake at City of Mexico. 

1180. Chiroatoma grandocule (Steindacbner). Ouerepo. 

Lake Pfitzcuaro, Mexico. 

Atherinichthya grandoculiM Steindacbner, Anzeiger der kais. Akad. d. Wis- 
senscb. Wieii, 1S94, 149, Lake P^tzcuaro, near the City of Mexico. 

OenoB 356. ESLOPSABTTM Jordan & Evermann. 
Eslopaarum, new ^eiius {jordani). 

1181. Eslopsarum jordani (Woolmau). 

City of Mfxiro; tributaries of Rio de Lerma, Mexico. 

(hiroMtoma jordani Woolninn, Bull. U. S. Fish. Com. 1894, 62, pL2,canalr« 
iu City of Mexico; Kio de Lerma at Salamanca, Mexico. 

1182. Eslopsarum barton! (Jordan & Evermann). 

Tributary of tbe Rio Lerma, near (Guanajuato, Mexico. 
ChiroHtoma hartoni .lordau «V- Kvermaiin, Fishes North and Middle America, 
793, 1896, tributary of tbe Riu Lerma, near Guanajuato, Hexioo. 



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Genu 867. KIBILAHDIA JoidAii 4 Svermann. 

Kirilandia Jordan &. Eyermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 794, 
1896 (vagrant). 

1183. KIrtlandia vagrans (Goode & Bean). 

Coast of Onlf of Mexico, Florida to Texas. 

Ckiro9towM vagrant Ooode & Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1879, 148, Pensa- 
cola, Florida. 

1184. KIrtlandia martiiiioa (Cavier &, Valenciennes). 

Martinique. 

Aikerina martiniea Cavier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., x, 459, 1836, 
Martinique. 

1185. KIrtlandia laoiniata (Swain). Silver-fish. 

Lower Chesapeake to South Carolina. 

Menidia vagrans Uuiiniata Swain, in Jordan &, Gilbert, Synopsis, 908, 1883, 
Beaofort, North Carolina. 

0«niis858. KEHIDIA Bonaparte. 

Menidia Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, about 1836 (no tyx>e indicated, menidia 
doubtless intended). 

1186. Bienidia peninsulas (Goode & Bean). 

Florida and Gulf Coast. 

Chiroetoma peninsuUB Ooode &. Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 148, Pensacola 
and Lake Monroe, Florida. 

1187. Bienidia graoilis (Gttnther). 

Atlantic Coast, from Massachusetts to Albemarle Sound. 
Atkeriniehihga graeilie GUnther, Cat., in, 405, 1861, no locality. 

1187a. Bienidia graoUis beryUina (Coi>e). 

Potomac River, in fresh water. 

Chiroetoma heryllinum Cope, Trans. Am. Philos. Soc. 1866, 403, Potomac River 
near Washington. ' ^ . \ 

1188. Bienidia andens Hay. <. ^^^' ^ L K '^^^^^^^'^ 

Mississippi Riyer, in Mississippi and Tennessee. 

MeMdia audene Hay, Bull. XL S. Fish Com. 1882, 64, Memphis, Tenn., and 
Vicksbnrg, Miss. 

1189. Bienidia gUberti Jordan A Bollroan. 

Panama. 

Menidia gilherH Jordan dc. Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 155, Panama. 

1190. Bienidia — r^itm (Jenkins A Evermann). Pez del Bey, 

Gulf of California. 

Aikerina aardina Jenkins &> Evermann, Proc. IT. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 137, 
Goaymas, Sonora. 

1191 Bienidia notata (Mitohill). Silvereide. 

Atlantic Coast of United States, south to North Carolina. 

Aihmina notata Mitchill, Trans. Lit. and Phil. Soc. N. Y. 1815, 446, New York. 

1192. Bienidia menidia (Linnsus). 

Atlantic Coast, Cape Hatteras to Florida. 

Aikerina menidia Linn»us, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 519, 1766, Charleston, 8. C. 

1193. Mfp"*^<* olara Evennann &. Jenkins. 

Oolf of California. 

Menidia elara Evermann Sl Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1^\, \d&, (^xiBkymaa^ 
Sonon. 



382 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oenai 869. LEUBESTHES Jordan & Gilbert. 
Leure$the8 Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc^ U. S. Nat. Muh. 1880. 29 (temuU), 

1194. Lenresthes crameri Jordan & Evermann. 

Ballenas Bay, Lower California. 

LeureBthes cramtiri Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle AiiM*ricm, 
802, 1896, Ballenas Bay, Lower California. 

1195. Lenresthes tenuis (Ayres). 

Coast of California, from San Francisco to San Diego. 
AtherinopBis tenuis Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1860, 76, 8an FranciiM*«>. 

Oenns 860. EUBTSTDLB Jordan 4 Evermann. 

Euryatole Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle Amori<*n. xtrj, iM9f» 
(eriarcha), 

1196. Xhuystole eriaroha (Jordan &. Gilbert). 

West coast of Mexico; Mazatlan. 

AtherineUa eriaroha Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 18H1. 048. Mazat- 
lan, Mexico. 

Oenns 861. THYBINA Jordan 4 Culver. 

T^yrtna Jordan &. Cnlver, in Jordan, Fishes Sinaloa, 419, 1895 (erermmmmi), 

1197. Thyxina evermanni Jordan &. Culver. 

West coast of Mexico ; Mazatlan. 

Tkyrina erermanni Jordan Sl Culver, in Jordan, Fishen Sinaloa. 419. 1M9S. 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

1198. Thyxina crystalllna Jordan &. Cnlver. 

Rio Presidio, near Mazatlan, Sinaloa. 

Thyrina cryflaZKna Jordan & Culver, in Jordan, Fishes Sinnloa, 420, 1KH5, Kio 
Presidio, below Presidio, Sinaloii. 

1199. Thyrina §;aatemalensis (Gilnther). 

Lakes of Guatemala. 

Atherinichthya guatemalenttis Giinthor, Pror. Zool.Soc. Lond. 1864. 151. lak*^ 
of Hnamuchal, Guatemala. 

1200. Thyrina pachylepis (Giinther). 

Panama. 

AtherinichthyM pachylepis Giinther, Proc. Zool. ftoe. Lond. 1864. 25, Panama. 

Oenns 362. ATHERIHELLA Steindachner. 

AtherineUa Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., ii, ti5. 1875 (panamensis). 

1201. AtherineUa panamensis Steindachner. 

Panama. 

AtherineUa panamensis Steindachner. Ichth. Beitr.. ii. .*V», 1H75. Panama. 

Oenns 363. LABIDESTHES Cope. 
Lahidfxthe^ Cope, Prc»c. Amor. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 455 (sicculum). 

1202. Labidesthes sicculus (Cope). Brook Siherside: Skipjack. 

Lake Ontario and southern Michi;^an to Iowa, Florida, and Texai«. 
i'hirostomn sicculum Cope. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 81. <:roivie I«le. 
l>etroit Kiver, Michigan. 

Genua 364. ATHERIN0P8I8 Girard. VcHcado del Key. 

Aiheriuopsifi (iirard. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1H51. 1IV4 (californimsis^ 

1203. Atherinopsis californiensis (iirard. ('aU/ornia Smtlt; Ptscado d*l Ht-y: 

Prixi lUy: PtHvc-llry. 

(OftHt of California, from Ca])e Mendocino to San Diego. 
AthtrinopniH califomiinsis Girard. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 134. San 
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Ctanni 866. AlUJUtlVOPS Stdndaohner. P€Scadillo9 del Rey. 
Atherinopi Steindaohner, Ichth. Beltr., iii, 61, 1875 {affinis), 

1204. Athexlnops insulamm (Gilbert). 

San Clemente and San Nicolas islandti of the Santa Barbara group; 

Guadalupe Island. 
Aiherina inaularum Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Miis. 1891, 549, 8au Clemente, 

San Nicolas, and Guadalupe islands. 

1205. Athexlnops afflnis (Ayres). Little *' Smelt'* ; Peccadillo del Key. 

Coast of California. 

Aikerinopns affini9 Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1860, 73, 8au Francisco. 

1206. Atherinops regis Jenkins & Evermann. Pez del Bey. 

Gulf of California. 

AtkerinopB regia Jenkins <& Eyemiann, Proc. II. S. Nat. Mus. 18^S8, 138, Hay 
of Gnaymas, Sonora. 

Family CVIUL MUGILIDiB. The Mullets. 

Genni 866. HUOIL (Artedi) LinoflBiis. Mullets, 

Mugil Artedi, in Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 316, 1758 {cephalus). 

1207. BfugU brasiliensis Agassiz. Lisa; Lehranoho; Queriman, 

Cuba to Patagonia; West Indies; Brazil; Havana. 

Mugil hroHlimHa Agassiz, Spix, Pise. Brasil., 234. pi. 72, 1829, Atlantic 
Ocean, off Brazu. 

1208. BffagU oephalus Linnasus. Common Mullet; Striped Mullet; C^falo; Maoho; 

Machuto; Liza Cabezuda, 

Coasts of southern Europe and northern Africa ; Atlantic Coast of America, 

from Cape Cod to Brazil ; Pacitic Coast, from Monterey to Chile. 
Mugil oephalus Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 316, 1758, Europe; based on Artedi. 

1209. BiagU inoilis Hancock. Trench Mullet. 

Waters of Central America; Rio Chagren to Par^ and Bahiu. 
Mugil incilie Hancock, Quart. Jour. Sci. 1830, 127, Guiana. 

1210. Mugil thobnnii Jordan &. Starks. 

Pacific Coast of Tropical America, from Guatemala to Galapagos. 
Mugil thoburni Jordan &■ Starks, in Jordan «&. Evermann, Fishes North and 
Middle America, 812, 1896, Galapagos. 

1211. Bingil oureina Cnvier &. Valenciennes. White Mullet; Jiluebaek Mullet; Liza; 

Liza Blanca; Bed-and-black-eyed Mullet, 

Both coasts of America; Cape Cod to Brazil; Magdalena Bay to Chile. 
Mugil ourema Cnyier &. Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xi, 87, 1836, Brazil; 
Martinique; Cuba. 

1212. Biugll hospes Jordan 6l Culver. Lizita. 

Wast coast of Mexico. 

Mugil hoepes JoTdaa &, Culver, in Jordan, Fishes Sinalou, 422, pi. 31, 1895, 
Mazatlaji, Mexico. 

1213. Bffugil gaimardianiis Desmarest. Bed-eye Mullet; Liza Ojo de Perdriz. 

Florida Keys to Cuba; Key West. 

Mugil gaimardianua Desmarest, Diet. Class., pi. 109, 1831, Cuba. 

1214 Biagn setoras Gilbert. 

Clarion Island of the Revillagigedo group. 

Mugil §et09U$ Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 549, Clarion iHlaud. 

121S. Biilgll trlohodoii Poey. Fan-tail Mullet. 

Florida Keys to Brazil; Key West. 

Mugil triekbdan Poey, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., xi, 1875, \^, \A. ^,^^*. ^-%, 
Cabu, 



834 REPORT OF C01IMI88I0NEB OF FISH AVD 

QiBM 897. OEJBIOMUttIL 8iIL 
CJkivfumii^ Gill, PiOQ. Ao. Nat. 8oL PhilA. 180^ lae 

1216. Chwnonnpsil proboaoMtom (Gttntfaqr). 

PiMsiflo CoMt of TropioAl Amerioft; Ifaifttlaii; Ooidov»s 
Mugil probo$oUt0u$ Gttiitlier. Cftt^ m, 45% 1881, iduid of Oofdova (CM4«k 
wast coast of Cantral Ameriea. 

asBM 888. aVIRIMAVA Jsitai ft eu^art 
QmeHmamm Jordan S^ GUbart^Proe. U. 8.Nat. Mw. 1881^608 (^arsfi). 



1217. Qoarimana hamiciia (GQiitlier). JR Fsnb. 

Paoifio Coast of tropical Amerioa^ from Maiatlan to Parm.* 

Myxu$ kmimgm9 Gttntlier, Cat., ui, 467, 1881, Paeifla Coast of Coatnl Awr 

ioa. 

12U. Qnailiiiaiui gyrana Jordan A Gilbart WkkrU§l§ MOUi. 

Soath Atlantic Coast of North Amariea, Woods Hola to Kmj Wsst, m1 

both coasts of Florida. 
9M«Hsuuia ^r«M Jordan a^ GUbart, Pkoc U. & Nat Mw. 1884, 94^ K^ W«t 



A9imo9Umm9 Bennett, Proc. Com. Zool. 8oc. 1880^ 168 (leyWrtf). 

askftau 9AiAU8 Csftar a TsImmImmi. 
Ik^uifiM Caviar Sl Valenclanaas, Hist. Nat. Poiss., Zl, 184, 1886 ( 

1219. ftgo n oa t omqa parooldaa GUnthar. 

San Domingo. 

JfoaoflMia jMTootfef Gttnther, Cat., iii, 464, 1881, San Doadngo. 

1220. Agonoatonraa moiitlooln (Bancroft). 

Wast Indies; aastam Mexico: Vera Crat. 

Mmgil wumHeoU Bancroft, in Griffith's edition of Cvrlat^ AbIbmI Klngdsii, 
Fishes, 367, pi. 86, 1896, Jsmaica. 

1221. Agonoatomns naantna GUnther. TVMclbs. 

RiTcre of Coitral America, and north to Lower California. 
A9<mo9iama nanUum Gttnther, Cat., iii, 468, 1861, Rio Ganmimo. 

1222. Agonoatomna miorppa Gttnther. 

West Indies and Central Amerios. 

AgimoBtowka mieropt GUnther, Cat., iii, 462, 1861, probably Wast Indies. 

Osaas 870. J0TDBIJ8 Poey. 
Joturu9 Poey, Memorias, ii, 26». 1861 {pUkturU)' 

1223. Jotnms pichardi Poey. Joimro; Bobo, 

Panama; Costa Rica; Cuba; Vera Cms; Kio Almendares, near Havana. 
Joiurua pichardi Poey, Memorias, ii, 263, 1861, cascades thronghoat Cuba. 

Family CIX. 8PH7RJEIinD.S. The Banraondaa. 

Oeani 871. BPHYR2E1IA (Artedi) Bloeh ft Sohasider. 
Sph^iFna Arteili, in Bloch &. Schneider, Syst. Ichtk., 108, 1801(qi*jrrwM). 

1224. Sphyrsena barracuda (Walbauiu). (rrrat Bwrrmemim; PJoada; 

Sh(n't Barracuda. 

Weet Indies and Brazil, north to Pensacola, Charleston, and tha 
Ktox barrai'uda Walbanm, Artedi Piscinm, III, 94, 1788; 

1225. Sphyrasna ensis Jordan d Gilbert. Vicmdm. 

Galf of Califoniia to Panama. 

iipkyrarna tnai$ Jordan &, Gilbert, Bull. U.S. FU 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN F18HK8. 385 

1226. Sphynena gnagnanohe CaTierdc Valenciennes. Gua*fuanche: (iuaffuanohr 

Pdom; Long Barracuda. 

West Indies north to Pensacola; Oulf Stream to Woods Hole. 
Spkfprttum guaekanoho Cuvier & Valoncienneei Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii,«'M2, 1H2II 
{lap$u9 for guaguanche)f Havana. 

1227. Sphynena pioudilla Poey. Pioudilla. 

West Indies on the coasts of Cuba ; Bahia. 

Sphgrcema pumdilla Poey, Memorias, ii, 162, 1860. Havana. 

1228. SphyrsBna borealia DeKay. Northern Barracuda, 

Atlantic Coast of the United States, from Cape Cod to North (Carolina. 
SphgriBna borealis DeKay, N. Y. Fauna : Fishes, 37, pi. 60, iia, KM, 1842, New 
York. 

1229. Sphyrasiia argentea Girard. California Barracuda; BarracouUi, 

Pacific Coast, from San Franpisco southward to Cape Kan Lucas, 
Sphgrana argentea Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phiia 1854 144« Ban l>i«go, Cal. 

1230. SphyrsBna sphynena (Linnsus) European Barracuda; Spet; Sennet, 

Coasts of southern Europe and neighboring; islands, west U^ the Bermndas. 
Eeox ephgrtenm Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 313, 1758, Mediterranean Hea. 

Suborder RHEGNOPTERI. 
Family CX POLT1IEMID.S. The Threadfina. 

e«BW Zn. F0LTHXMU8 (GiOMfw) liaams. ^VvJCSava-^^x*^ ^ 

Pofya^iiiMS (Gronow)Linnsus,8yst.Nat..ed. x. 317, 1758 Hn part; qmiwfma 
riue; rirginieme; panuHutme). 

1231. Poljneiinia qninqiiaiiiia Llnno-us. 

AtUotie Ocean, West Indies to coast of Africa. 

Poigmeume qminqmmrime Linncos. ^^yst. Nat., ed. x. 317, 1758, Am#m«ta ; afMt 

Polgimetglae Lac^pede. Hist. Nat. Poise., v. 419, 1K<2 ' plnmteri . rifgrnk^mTir 

"^999 Polydactyhia appsoodmana TLay 4t Bennett >. Raiem, 

Piacifie Coast of tropical America, from Gnaymas to Panama. 
PeigmgmmM mpprmMimmm» Lay 4t Bennett. B^echey's Voyage, Zor^L, F'mK..5T« 
ISifl, Maratlan, 



1233L F oifda c ty ina 'virBiiiicaa ( LinnjMia ; . '* C^etjkukr 

West Indiea, nerth to the Florida lLmj%. 

tm» linnyna. $yai. Nat., ed. x. 217, IVS, XmffrifJk. 

GcTkrd'. -—^ r 




■ Gin . 

AawriaTA, from ^«p^ ^aa f.^u*aa n«v FanAttu^ 

•i-iLL Psfw". Art. ywL *i»i . FaiU. W». Ii«. flx-p^ *i»-a T^iwaA 








336 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

1237. Ammodytes alascanus Cope. 

North Pacific Coast of North America, Sitka to Aleatian IslancU. 
Ammodytes ala$canu8 Cope, Proc. Am. Philoe. Soo. 1873, 7, Sitka. 

1238. Ammodytes amerioanus DeKay. SandLaunce; Sand Eel; Lant. 

Newfoandlaud to Cape Hatteras. 

Ammodytes amerioanuB DeKay, N. Y. Fauna : FiBheSy317, 1842, Stratford, Couo. 

1239. Ammodytes personatus Girard. Sand Lannoe, 

Alaska to MoDterey, California. 

Jmmodytee personatus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1856, KH, Cape Flat 
tery, Washington. 

Group BBR7COIDBI. The Beryooid Fishes. 

Family CXU. BATHTCLUPBIDiB. 

Osnos 876. BATHTCLT7PEA Aloook. 

Baikyolupea Alcock, Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., viii, 1891, 130 (hoskynii). 

1240. Bathyolupea argentea Goode & Bean. 

Nevis Island, West Indies, in deep water. 

Bathyclupea argentea Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 190, 1896, off Nerii 
Island, West Indies, at Blake Station 37, in 365 fathoms. 

Family CXHT. STBFHANOBBRTCIDiB. 

Oeniu876 STEFHANOBERTX OilL 

Stephanoberyx Gill, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1883, 25S {momxi), 

1241. Stephanoberyx monas Gill. 

Gulf Stream. 

Stephanoberyx monw Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat Mas. 1883, 26S, Gulf Stream, at 
Albatross Station 2077, in 1^255 fathoms. 

1242. Stephanoberyx gillii Goode &. Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Stephanoberyx gillii Goode Sl Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology. 187, fig. 206, 189B, 
Gulf Stream at Albatross Station 2099, in 2,949 fathoms. 

Family CXIV. TRACHICUTU Y IDJB. 

Oenus 377. HOPLOSTETHUB Cnyier ft Valenciennes. 

Iloplostethus Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 469, l«29 (mediterraneii9\. 

1243. Hoplostethus mediterraneus Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Coasts of southern Europe; Gulf Stream. 

Hoplostethus mediterraneus Cuvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss.. iv,469, 
1829, Mediterranean Sea. 

Family CXV. BBRyCIDiE. The Berycoids. 

Oenos 378. CAHLOLEPIS Gill. 

(aulolepis Gill, Forest and Stream, xxi. August .'iO. 188,3, and in Proo. l'. S. 



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1244. Caulolepis longidens (*ill. 

(inlf Stream, in deep water. 

(aulolepis lonqidenn (iill. Proc. l'. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 258, Atlantic Ocean, lati- 
tutk' 39- 27 X.. longitude 69 56 20" W., in 1,346 fathoms. 

Oenos 379. ANOPLOOASTER Odnther. 

Anoplogasttr Giinther, Cat., 1. 12, 18.5l» {cornntUH). 

1245. Anoplogaster comutns (Cuvier *.V VaU-nciennes). 

North Atlantic, in diep water. 

Hoploxiethus cornutus Cuvier 4.V Valenciennes, Hist. Naf. Poiss.. IX, 270. 18311. 
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Oenni 880. POBOMUBA Ooodo ft Bean. 

Poramitra Goode & Bean, Ball. Mns. Comp. Zool., x, No. 5, 214, 1882 (capito), 

1246. Poromitra oapito Goode &, Bean. 

Gulf Stream, in latitude 34". 

Poromitra oapito Goodo & Bean, Bull. M. C. Z., x, No. 5, 215, 1882, Gulf Stream. 

Genos 881. PIECTROMUS Gill. 

Pleotromus Gill, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 257 (snborbitalU). 

1247. Plectromus suborbitalis Gill. 

Gulf Stream, in deep water. 

Pleotromus suborbitatu Gill, Proc. U. S. N. M., vi, 1883, 258, 38^ 52' N., 69° 24' 
W., at Albatross Stations 2036, 2190, and 2535, iu 1,149 to 1,800 fathoms. 

1248. Plectromus lugubxia (Gilbert). 

Coast of California. 

MelamphaHs lugubris Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1890 (1891), 59, coast of Califor- 
nia, sonth of Point Conception, at Albatross Mation 2923, in 822 fathoms. 

1249. Plectromua beanii (Gtinther). 

Gulf Stream. 

Melamphaes btanii Giinther, Deep Sea Fishes, (*hallenger, xxii, 29, 1887, Gulf 
Stream, in about latitude 40^, 

1250. Pleotromus crassioeps (Giinther). 

Mid- Atlantic ; Pemambuco. 

SoopeluB craasicepa Giinther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 185, deep water in 
mid- Atlantic and off Pemambuco. 

1251. Plectromus cristiceps (Gilbert). 

Coast of Washington and Oregon. 

Melamphaea cristioepa Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890 ri891), 60, coast of 
Oregon and Washington at Albatross Station 3075, iu 859 fathoms. 

Oenns 882. BEBYX Caviar. 
Beryx Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 151, 1829 {decadactylus). 

1252. Beryz decadaotylus Cuvier &. Valenciennes. Alfonsin a Casta Larga. 

Portugal, Madeira, Japan, and Cuba. 

Beryx decadaotylus Cuvier &. Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poisn., in, 222, 1829, 
Madeira or Portugal. 

1253. Beryz splendens Lowe. Alfonsin a Casta ('amprida. 

Madeira, Japan, and Gulf Stream at 3.5° 49' 30" N., 74^ 34' 45" W., in 424 

fathoms. 
Beryx splendens Lowe, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1833, 142, Madeir.i. 

Family CZVL HOLOCENTRID.2B. The Squirrel-Fishes. 

Oenns 888. XYBIFRISTIS Cayier. 
Myripristis Cnvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 1.50, 1829 {jaoobu»). 

SabgMiat 08TI€HTHT8 Lsaflrtdorf. 

Osiichtkys Langsdorf, in Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 174, 
1829, name only, passing reference. 

1254. Bfyripilstls traoliypoina Giinther. 

Wast Indies, Cnba. 

MyriprisHs iraohypoma GUnther, Cat., i, 25, 1859, Cuba. 

SikgmiatMTIIPltlSTIS Carter. 

1255. Bgyi i prist i s jaoobus Cuvier & Valenciennes. Frere Jaciiues: Candil. 

West Indies to Brazil. < 

MyriprisHs Jaeohus Cuvier &> Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Vo\«>^., \u,VqM,\^'^, 
MartinSqae. 

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338 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FI8HSRIES. 

1256. Bfyripristis oooidentaliB QUI. 

West ooast of America, from Cape San Lnoas to Panama. 
MyriopriatU ocddentalU Gill, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 87, Cap« Saa 
Lncaa. 

1257. Myripriatia pttoilopna (Gill). 

West coast of America, from Cax>e San Lneas to Panama. 
Shamphoheryx p<eoilopu9 Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1883, 87, Cape Saa 
Lucas. 

Oeniii 884. HOL0GSMTRIJ8 Ctaonow. SquirreUJUkei. 
Holocentrus Gronow, Zoophyl., 65, 1763 {roatraiu9), 

1258. Holooentma aacenaionla (Osbeck). Maiefuelo; 8quirrel-JUh ; Wehhauut; 

Soldado. 

Florida to St. Helena; Cnba. 

Peroa aaoenHanU Osbeck, Iter Chin., 388, 1771, Ascension Island. 

12S8a. Holooentma aaoenaionla mftia (Walbaam). 

Bahia; Cuba. 

Perca ru/a Walbanm, Artedi Pise., 851, 1792, Bahamas; after pereu sumva 
rubra of Catesby. 

1259. Holooentma aiooifer Cope. 

Bahamas. 

Bolooentrtim $ioe{ferum Cope, Trans. Amer. Philos. Soo., xxx, 1886, 465, 
New Providence, Bahamas. 

1260. Holooentma auborbitalia Gill. Mcjarrd Cordteal. 

Mazatlan to Panama. 

Holooentntm Bubarbitale Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 86, Cape Saa 
Lucas. 

1261. Holooentma ooraaciiB Poey. 

West Indies; Cnba and the Bahamas. 

Holooentrum eariuoum Poey, Memorias, u, 158, 1860, Cuba. 

1262. Holocentrus brachyptema Poey. 

Cuba. 

Holocentrus brachyptema Poey, Repertprio, 184, 1866, Cnba. 

1263. Holooentma marianus Cuvier &. Valenciennes. Marian, 

West Indies: Cuba, Jamaica, and Martinique. 

Holoncentrum marianum Cuvier dt Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poias., ill, 219. 
1829, Martinique. 

1264. Holocentrus vexillarlaa Poey. 

Cuba. 

Hohcentrum vexillarium Poey, Memorias, ii, 158, 1860, Cnba. 

1265. Holocentnis osculus Poey. 

Cu))a. 

Holocentrum onculum Poey, Memorias, ii, 156, 1860, Cuba. 

1266. Holocentrus sancti-pauli Giinther. 

iSt. Paul Rocks, mid-Atlantic. 

Holocentrum sancti-pauli Giinther, Shore Fishes, 4, 1880, St. Paul Rocks. 

Oenos 385. PLECTRTPOPS Gill. 

rUctrypopa Gill, Proc. Ac Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 237 (retroapinis). 

1267. Plectrypops retrospinis (Guichenot^. 

Cuba. 

Holocrntrum retrospinis Guichenot, in Ramon de la Sagra, Hist. Cnba, 35, pi. 
1, lig. 3, 1850, Cuba. 



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Family CXVn. POLTMIXUDiB. The Barbados. 

Oanu 886. POLYIDXIA Lowe. 

Polumixia Lowe, Trans. Cambr. Phil. Soc. 1838, 198 (nobilia). 

1268. Polymbda lowei GUnther. 

Caribbean Sea; Cnba. 

Polymixia lowei Giinther, Cat., i, 17, 1859, Caribbean Se:i. 

Family CXVm. MULLIDiB. The Sunnullets. 

Oenni 887. KULLUS linnamf. SurmuUeiB, 
Mullus Linnsens, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 299, 1758 (barbatua), 

1269. Mnllas anratus Jordan & Gilbert. 

Eaatem coast of North America, Cape Cod to Pensacola. 
MuUu9 barbaius auratu9 Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. J. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 280, 
Pensacola, Florida. 

Oenni 888. XULLOESBS Bleeker. 
MuUoides Bleeker, Ceram., ii, 697, 1865 {flavoUneaius), 

1270. MuUoides rathbtmi (Evermann & Jenkins). 

Gnlf of California. 

Upeneua raihbuni Evermann & Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 158, pi. 2, 
fig. 4, Bay of Gaaymas, Sonora. 

Oenu 889. UFEHSUB CnTier. Qoaifithes, 

UpeneuB Cnvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, ^ol. 2, 157, 1829 {vittatu9; ruBselHi; 
bi/a$oiatu$; tr{fa$oiatu$ ; restricted by Bleeker to bifa$ciatu9), 

1271. Upenens maoulatus (Blocb). Rid Goatfish; Salmonetr. 

West Indies and Brazil, Key West to Rio Janeiro. 
iftt{/tt« maculatuB Bloch, Ichthyologia, 348, 1793, Brazil. 

1272. Upenens dentatns Gill. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, Cape San Lucatt, La Paz, and the Tres Marias 

Islands. 
Upmeus dentatus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 256, Capo San Lucas. 

1273. Upenens parvns Poey. 

Cnba. 

tlpeneui parvus Poey, Memorias, i, 226. 1851, Cuba. 

1274. Upenens martinions Cnvier Sl Valenciennes. Yellow Goatfisk; Salmonete 

Amarilla; King Mullet 

West Indies, north to Key West. 

Upeneus martinicue Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., in, 483, 1829, 
Martinique. 

1275. Upenens xanthogranmins Gilbert. 

La Paz, Lower California. 

UpeneuB xanthogrammua Gilbert, Proc. IT. S. Nat. Muh. 1891, 553. La Paz, 
Lower California. 

1276. Upenens grandisqnamis Gill. Chiro, 

Pacific Coast of Mexico and Central America, Gnaymaa to Panama. 
Upeueut grandi$quami» Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 168, west coast of 
Cental Ajuerica. 






340 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Group SCOMBROIDEL The Maokerel-like Fisbes. 

Family CXIX. SCOMBRIDJEI. The Mackerels. 

Oenni 390. 8001CBER (ArUdi) lixmanif. 

Scomber Artedi, in Linntcas, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 297, 1758 (BcowUfrus). 

Sibfeaaa 8C0MBBB (ArUdl) LIm»18. 

1277. Scomber aoombrus LiDnsDUB. Common Mackerel. 

North Atlantic; Norway and Labrador: south to Spain and Cape Hatteta». 
Scomber eoombrue Linns na, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 297, 1758, Atlantic 

Mibfeait PNEUHAT0PH0BU8 Jordma k QUbert. . 
Pneumatophorue Jordan Sl Gilbert. Prqp.U.S. N. M. lSS2,SI9S(jmeumatophomM). 

1278. Scomber oolias Gmelin. Chub Mackerel; Tinker Mackerel; Easter Mackerel; 

Tkimble-eyed Mackerel; **Spani$k Mackerel" of England. 

Atlantic and Pacific, north to England, Maine, and 8an Fran<*i(»co: Medi- 
terranean and southern Calilbroia. 
Scomber coliaa Gmelin, Syst. Nat., ed. xiii, 1329, 1788, Sardinia. 

Oenns 391. AUZIS Cnvier. Frigate Mackerele. 
Anxis Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. ii, vol. 2, 119, 1829 (rochei). 

1279. Anxis thazard (Lac^pMe). Frigate Mackerel. 

All warm seas, orcasionally northward to Cape Cod. 

Scomber thazard Lac^^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 9, 1802, eP and 7^ 8. lat., coast 
of New Guinea. 

Oenns 892. 0TMV08ARDA OilL LittU Tunniie. 

Gymnoearda Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 125 {unitolor). . 

_^ . , , ^ >/AV. .* 

Warm seas ; north to Cape Cod and Bermadas on the Atlantic Coast. 
Scomber yelami% Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 297, 1758, '* in Pelago inter Trop- 

1281. Qyomosarda alleterata (Rafinesqne). Little Tunny; Bonito. 

Warm seas; Cape Cod; We«t Indies; Mediterranean. 

ScombiT alletteratue Ratinesque, Carat. Alcuni Gen., etc., 46, 1810, Palermo. 

Oenns 398. THUNinJB South. Great Tunnies. 

Tkunnue South, Encyclop. Metropol., v, 620, 1845 (thynnus). 

1282. Thunnus thynnus (Linuieus). Tunny; UorBe-mackerd; Great Albacore; Tuna. 

Cape Cod and ofl' all coasts ; north to Kugland, Newfoundland. San Fran- 

Cisco, and Japan. 
Scomber thynnud Linua'us, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 297, 1758, Europe. 

OenoB 394. OERMO Jordan. Albacores. 

(iermo .Jordan, Proc Ac Nat. Sci. Phila. 1W8, l^) (alalonya). 

1283. Oennoalalunga (Gmelin). Loug-finnvd Albacore; Albecor; Alilonghi; (itrmon. 

Mediterranean; San Francisco; Santa Barbara Islands. 
Scomber alalunga Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, 1330, 17b8, Sardinia. 

Oenus 395. SABDA Cavier. lionitos. 

Sarda Cuvier, Kegue Animal, ed. 2, ii, U»9, 1821) {pelamys =^ earda) 

1284. Sarda sarda (B loch). lionito. 

Atlantic Ocean, on both coasts, north to Cape Cod. 

Scomber sarda Hloch, Ichthyologia, x, Ii5, pi. \VM, 171>3, Europe. 

1285. Sarda chllensis (Cuvier A' Valenciennes). California lionito; Skipjack. 

San rranci8«o to Patagonia and .)a)>an. 

relawyt ihihntfia Cuvier A: N'aleucienne^, Hist. Nat. Pois?*., viii, 163, 1831, 
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Oenns 396. SCOMBEBOMORUS LaoepMe. 
Soamheromaru9 Lao^pbde^ Hist. Nat. Poins., in, 292, 1802 (plumierii). 

1286. SoomberomoniB oonoolor (Lockiugton). Monterey Spanish Mackerfl. 

Monterey Bay, California ; Santa Cruz. 

Chriomitra concolor Lockington, Proc. Ac. Nat. S<*i. Phila. 1879, 133, Monte- 
rey, California. 

1287. Ek^omberomorus maoulatus (Mitchill). Spanish MackiTel. 

East coast of America from Cape Ann to Brazil ; common in Gulf of Mexico, 

but rare or unknown about Cuba. 
iSoom&ermaouIafiM Mitchill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y.. i, 1815, 426, New York. 

1288. Ek^omberomoms sierra Jordan & StarkH. Sierra. 

Pacific Coast of Tropical America. 

Scamberamarus sierra Jordan & Starks, in Jordan, Fishen Sinai oa, 428, 1895, 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

1289. Scomberomoms regalia (Bloch). Sierra; Pintado. 

Cape Cod to Brazil ; Cuba. 

Scomber regalis Bloch, Icbthyol.. pi. 833, 1795, Martinique; after a drawing 
by Plumier. luA>^^ 

1290. EkK>mberomom8 oavalla (Cuvier). Sierra; Kingfish; Cavalla; Cero. 

Tropical Atlantic ; Florida Keys and Charleston ; Cape Cod ; Africa ; Brazil. 
Cybtum oaralla Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 200, 1829; after Guarapucu 
of Marograve. 

QtmoM 897. ACAHTHOCfYBiniC OilL Petos. 
Aoanthocybium Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 125 (sara^^solandri). 

1291. Aoanthooybitim ■Alaii^bKL(Cnvip: & Valenciennes). Peto : Wahoo; (ruara- 

Tropical seas ; Cnba: Key West. 

Cybium solandri Cuvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., viii, 192, 1831; 
after ms. of Solander, open sea ; no locality. 

Family CXZ. QHMPTUDM. The Bsoolars. 

Oenns 898. E8C0LAR Jordan ft Evermaim. 

Escolar Jordan & Evermann, in Goode <& liean. Oceanic Iclithology, 519, 
1896 (vioZooetM). 

1292. Baoolar vlolaoenB (Bean). 

Le Have Bank. 

Thyr9iiop9 violaoeM Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 513, l.o Have Hank. 

Genns 899. RUVXTTUB Coooo. Esoolars. 
BuvtUus Cocco, Giom. Sci. Hicilin, xlii, 2, 1829 {pretiosus). 

1293. RtiTettllS pretiosus Cocco. Escolar; Jiovetto; liuveHo; Chicolm ; (Hlfish; 

Soouffish; Plain-tail, 

Mediterranean and westward in the Atlantic. 

BuvettuB pretioBua Cocoo, in Giomale di Seienz e per la Sioilia, xmi, 21, 1829, 
MesBiDa. 

Oenns 400. JKVJJIJIULA Poey. 
Epinnula Poey, Memorias, i, 369, 1854 (magistralis). 

1294. Bplnnula magiBtralis Poey. Ddmine. 

Hayana. 

Epinnula niagistralis Poey, Memoriae^ i, 369, 1854, Havana. 

Oeavs 401. VBALOTUB Johnson. 
Neali>tu8 Johnson, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1865, 434 (tripes). 

1295. Haalotna tripes Johnson. 

Usdein; between the Bahamas and Bermudas. 
Malifius fripes JohuBOOf Proc, Zool, Soc. Lond. 18*j5, 4^,'^V«A*\ta. 



342 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERISa 

Oenni 402. PB0METHICHTHT8 OilL 
Pr<methichthy8 Gill, Mem. Nat. Ao. Sci., vi, 18»3, 115 and 123 (prawuthemi). 

1296. PFomethiohthys prometheas (Cuvier <& Valenciennes). JfabhiUUsk; f'oelh^: 

Conejo; Bermuda CatfUh. 

Tropical Atlantic ; Cnba; Bermndaa. 

(iempylua prometheu» Cuvier & ValenrienneH, Hist. Nat. PoitM., viii, 213. pi. 
222, 1831, St. Helena. 

1297. PFomethiohthys parvipixmis (Ooode & Bean). 

Western Atlantic. 

Diorotus parvipinnis Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 201, 1896, Galf 
Stream at Albatross Stations 2537, 2542, and 2601, at aSout 40^ N., 70= W. 

Oenns 403. OSXFTLUB Cnvier it Valeneiennes. Snake MackereU. 
^ . . ^ Ofmpylu9^ (^yier & yValenciennep, Hist. Nat. Poiss., viii. 207d 1831 (MTpm«). 

1298. Gtom^4m*v^n?^* Cpy^^'. ^ Valenciennes. 
* .Deep seas^' 

(i^ppluM Merpens Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., viii, 207, 1831, 
Martinique. 

FamUy CXZL LBPIDOPIDiB. 

Genus 404. AFHAH0FU8 Lowe. 
AphanopuB Lowe, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1839, 79 (carho), 

1299. Aphanopns minor CoUett. 

East coast of Greenland. 

Aphanopus minor CoUett, Vidensk. Selsk. Forhandl. Christiania, No. 19, 3, 
1886, east coast of Greenland, at 65"^ N., 81"^ W. 

Oeniu 405. EVOZTMEIOPOH Poay. Tiranie$. 
Evoonfmeiopan Poey, in Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat Sci. Phila. 1863, 228 (taniattu), 

1300. Evoxymetopon taeniatus Poey. Tirante. 

Cuba. 

Evoxymetopon iwmatus iVey, in Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863. 2:W. Cuba. 

OenoB 406. LEPIDOPUS Oouac. Froat-fithet. 

Lepulopu9 Oouau, Hist. Nat. Poiss., 185, 1770 (^oiuifit). 

1301. LepidopuB oaudatus (Enpbrasen). Frosi-fish; Scabbard-fisk. 

4 Atlantic; Norway to South Africa and New Zealand. 

Trichiurus caudatun EuphraHen, Stockh. K. Vet. Ac. Nya Handl., 52, pi. 9, 
fig. 2, 1788, Mediterranean. 

OenoB 407. BEHTHODESMUB Ooode ft Bean. 

Ilenthodesmus Goode A. Bean. Proc. V. S. Nat. Muh.. iv. 1881, ,S80 (elottifatuM). 

1302. Benthodesmus atlanticus (londe & Bean. 

Western ed^o (Jraud Bank of Newfoun<llaDd, in 80 fathoms. 

/inithodtsmuM atlanticuH (looili!) iV Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 205, 1896, Grand Bank. 

Family CXXII. TRICEmJRIDiB. The Cutla»-Fiahes. 

Oeniu 408. TRICHnJRUS Linnfleos. Jfairiaih. 

Trichiurus Linna'UH. Syst. Xat.. od. x. 24t), 1758 (lepturua). 

1303. Trichiurus lepturus Linn2(*u8. (utlasfiMh: Scahbard-fish; Siher-JUk: Sable: 

Sai'ola. 

Warm seas north to Virginia and Lower California; West Indies. 
Trichiurus hpturus Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 246, 1758, America; alter Lep- 
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FunUyCZXm. I8TIOPHORIDJB. The SaU-Fiahes. 

0«Biii 400. I8TI0FH0BU8 Lao^pMe. SaiUfishts, 
UHopkanu LaodpMe, HiBt. Nat. Poiss., iii, 374, 1802 igladiffr=^gJadiua), 

1304. latiophonia nigrioana (Lac<^pMe). Sail'Ji9k; Spike-Ji9h; Bookoo; Guebucu; 

Voilier; Aguja Foladora; Jgtija l*rieta. 

West Indies and warmer parts of the Atlantio, north to Key Weut and 
France; Florida Keys; Newport; south of Savannah. 

Mdkaira nigrican9 Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Foiss., iv, 688, 1803, Rochelle; from a 
drawing by M. Traversay. 

OsBiis 410. TBTJUkPTUBUB Safinssqas. Spear-fiskei, 

Teiraptunu Rafinesque, Indice d'lttiol. Sicil., 30, 1810 (helone). 

1305. Tetraptama impOrttCUl' TBIOPtl -^fc-'Seimeider). BilUfish; Spear-fiBk; AgMja 

Blawea; Agnja de Paladar, 

West Indies; Cape Cod. 

Xipkia9 impfintor Rlo<*h & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 93, pi. xxi, 1801, Mediter- 
ranean; after Duhamel. 

1306. Tatraptnma amploa Poey. AguJa de Ca$ta, 

West Indies. 

Teirapturus amplu9 Poey, Memorias, ii, 243, 1861, Havana. . 

Family CZXIV. XTPHUDiB. The Sword-Fiahea. 

Oe&iis411. JUirMiAfl LimuBos. SKord-fiBhe$, 
Xiphiaa Linnieas, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 248, 1758 (gladiu9), 

1307. Xiphiaa gladioa Linniens. Common Sword-fish; Espada; Eapadon; Emperador, 

Atlantic Ocean on both coasts; Cuba to Cape Breton and Newfoundland 

Banks; Pacific at Santa Barbara Islands. 
XipkUu gladi¥$ Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., cd. x, 248, 1758, Europe. 

Family CXXV. NEMATISTIID JEL The Papagalloa. 

Osaos 4ia. VSMATIOTins OilL 
yewMiUHuM Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 258 {pectoralit), 

1308. Nematiatiaa peotoralla Gill. 

Galf of California to Panama; Cape San Lucas; Guaymas; Picheluogo, 

Mazatlan; Maf^dalena Bay; Panama. 
XematUlimM pecioralU Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat Sci. Phila. 1862, 259, Cape San 

Lacas. 

Family CXXVI. CARANOID JEL The Pampanoa. 

Osmu 418. 0LI00PLITE8 OiU. 

migoplUf Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 166 {ovcidentalis). 

1309. OUgoplitea aaonia (Bloch &, Schneider). Leather -jacket; Leather-coat, 

Both coasts of America, and West Indies, north to New Yorlc and Lower 

California. 
Seomher uturue Bloch dc Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 32, 1801, Jamaica. 

1310. Oligoplitea aaliena (Bloch). Sauteur, 

West Indies. 

Socmher satienB Bloch, Ichthyologia, pi. 335, 1793, Martinique; on a figure 
by Plnmier. 

1310s. Oligoplitea ^pUm^palometa (Cuvier \ Valenciennes). 

Lake Maraoailm, Venezuela. 

Chariumauijpalomeia Cuvicr «& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., viu, 392, 1831, 
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344 REPORT OP COMMISSIONER OF PISH AND FISHERIES. 

1311. OUgopUtes altuB (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America : Panama. 

Chorinemut altu8 GUnther, Fishes Central Amer., 4:i3, 1869, Panama. 

1312. Oligoplitea mundus Jordan <& Starks. 

West coast of Mexico; Mazatlan. 

OUgopUies mundus Jordan <& Starks, in Jordan, Proo. Cal. Ac. SrJ. Ifl9^ 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

OenoB 414. HAUCRATBB Baflnatqne. 

Xaucraies Rafinesqne, Caratteri di Alcnni Nnovi Oeneri, etc.,44, 1810 (cm. 
dHciar). 

1313. Naucrates duotor (Linnspns). Pilot-pih; Rom fro. 

Atlantic Coast, from Cape Cod to the West Indies. 

GoHieroHiens ducior Linniens, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 295, 1758, ** in pelago.'* 

Oeniu 415. 8EBI0IA Cnvier. 
Seriola Cnvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 205, 1829 (difm/n7i). 

1314. Seriola doraalia (Gill). YelloHf-taU, 

Pacific Coast, from Point Conception southward to Mazatlan ; Santa Barban 

Islands. 
Halatraotu« dorf*al%» Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1863, 84, Cape San Laeafl. 

1315. Seriola sonata (Mitchill). Shark Pilot; Rudder-fUh, 

Atlantic Coast of the United States, from Cape Cotl to Cape Hatteras. 
Scomber eonatus Mitobill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y. 1815,427, New York Bay. 

1315a. Seriola zonata carolinenais Holbrook. 

Gnlf of Mexico, and on Atlantic Coast north to Cape ITatteraa. 
Seriola caroUnensiM Holbrook, Ichthyol. S. C, 72, 1860, Charleston, S. C. 

1316. Seriola lalandi Cnvier & Valenciennes. Great Amber-JUk; Jmbtr Jack; 

Coronado. 

West Florida to Brazil ; Key West. 

Seriola lalandi Cnvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 208, 1833. Brazil 

1317. Seriola dumerlli (Risso). Amber Jack; Coronado. 

Mediterranean to West Indies, north to Key West and Pensacola. 
Caranjt dumerili Risso, Ichthyol. Nice, 175, pi. 6, fig. 20, 1810, Nice. 

Sab^enuii ZOXirHTHTN Swalnnoii. 
Zonichihys Swainson. Nat. Hist. Class. Fishes, ii, 1839 (fasciatuM). 

1318. Seriola mazatlana Steindacbuer. 

West coast of Mexico, Mazatlan. 

Seriola mazatlana Steindachuer, Ichth. Beitr., v, 8, 1876, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

1319. Seriola fasciata (Blocb). Madregal. 

West Indies, north to Charleston, South Carolina. 

Scomhrr fasciatuft Hloch, IchthyolojEria, pi. 341, 1793, no locality. 

1320. Seriola rivoliana Cnvier *X: Valenciennes. 

Mediterranean to Itra/.il, West Indies, and South Carolina; Florida coast. 
Striata rivoliana Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix. 1*07. 18!U^. the 
(ireek Ar(hi])elago. 

1321. Seriola falcata Cnvier A Valenciennes. Madregal; '^ liock Salmon.** 

West Indies, north to Florida and Carolina. 

Srriola f'alcuta Cnv. A Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 210, 1833, Gulf of Mexico. 

Genu£ 416. ELAGATIS Bennett. 

Klaijatia Hennott, Narrative of a Whaling Voyage, ii, 283, 1'^XO {bipinnulata) . 

1322. Elagatis biplnuulatus ((^uoy iV (laimard). Runner; Yellow-tail. 

Tropical seas; West Indies; Lonjj Island. 

Seriola bipinnulata Quov «V Gaimard, Vov. I'ran., Zo(d.. 1.363, pi. 61. tip. H. 
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Genus 417. BECAFTERU8 Bleeker. Mackerel Scads, 
DecapteruB Bleeker, Nataark. Tydschr., v, 1855, 417 (kurra), 

1323. DeoaptemspanotatusCAgassiz). Scad; Round Robin; Cigar-jUh; Quia-quia. 

Cape Cod to Brazil, coaets of Florida and the West Indies. 

Caraitx punctatus Agassiz, Spix, Pise. Bras., 108, pi. 56a, fig. 2, 1829, Brazil. 

1324. DecapteruB scombrinas (Valenciennes). 

Galapagos Islands. 

Caranx $combrinu8 Valenciennes, Voyage de la V^^nus, 332. pi. 7, fig. 1, 1846, 
Galapagos Islands. 

1325. DeoapteruB BanotaB-helensB Cuvier <& Valenciennes. 

South America, both coasts; Cuba. 

DecapieruB $anoi€e'h€len<B Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poias., ix, 37, 
1833, St. Helena. 

1326. Deoaptems hjrpoduB Gill. 

Cape San Lucas. 

DeoapteruB kypodus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 261, Cape San Lucas. 

1327. Deoaptems maoarellas (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Mackerel Scad; Antonino. 

Warm parts of the Atlantic, northward to Cape Cod. 

Caranx macarellue Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 40, 1833, Martinique. 

Ge&Qs 418. TRACHUBUS Baflnasqiie. SaureU. 

Traohurue Rafinesque, Indice d'lttiologia Siciliana, 20. 1810 (trachurue). 

1328. Traohums piotnratiiB (Bowdioh). Horse-mackerel; Xnrel, 

Coast of California, from San Francisco southward to the Galapagos 

Islands and Chile; Mediterranean and New Zealand. 
Seriola piciuraia Bowdioh, Excursion to Madeira, 123, fig. 27, 1825, Madeira. 

1329. Traohums trachoniB (Linnaeus). Gaec4}v; SaureL 

North Atlantic, chiefly on the coast of Europe, south to Spain and Naples; 

Newport, Rhode Island ; Pensacola; a la s o n t h e wes t seas t t t t Un pe»San 

L^sas. 
Soomh^ira^nrue Linnasus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 298, 1758, Mediterranean. 

Oenns 419. TBAOH17BOP8 Gill. 

Trachurops Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 431 {crumenophthalmui), 

1330. Traohurops crumenophthalmaB (Bloch). Goggler; Big-eyed Scad; (toggle- 

eye Jack; Chicharro. 

Atlantic coast of the United States, Central America, South America, and 

Africa; West Indies; Cape San Lucas ; Panama. 
Scomber erumenophthalmue Bloch, Ichthyol., pi. 343, 1793, Acara in Guinea. 

Oenns 420. HXIQCABANZ Bleeker. 
Hemicaranx Bleeker, Versl. Kon. Ak. Wet., xiv, 134, 1862 (marginatue). 

1331. Hemicaranx amblyrhynohuB (Cuvier St Valenciennes). 

Cape Hatteras to Brazil; West Indies; Carolina and Florida. 
Caranx ambhrhynchns Cuvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 100, pi. 
248, 1833,' BrazU. 

1332. Hemioaranz atrlmanus (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America ; Panama. 

Caranx atrimanue Jordan Sl Gill>ert, Bull. U. S. F. C, i, 1881, 308, Panama. 

1333. Hemloaranz Beonndna (Poey). Segundo; Volantin, 

Cuba. 

Caranx 9eeundu8f Poey, Memorias, ii, 223, 1860, Cuba. 

1334. Hemioaranz ftuthli (Steindachner). 

Panama. 

Caranx filrihii Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 12, 1875, Panama. 



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1335. Hemicaranz leucuniB (GUnther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical Auierica: Panama. 

Caranops Uuourus GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 24, Panama. 

(^enuB 421. CARAKX Lao^pMe. 

Carani Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 72, 1802(/racAiirii«, 9pecio9U9, carangMt, 
ruber f etc.). 

Selar Blocker, Verhandl. Batav. Genootsch., xiv, 1861 (bo0p$). 

1336. Caranx vinotua Jordan & Gilbert. Coeinera. 

Pacific Const of Mexico, Mazatlan to Panta Arenas; Gulf of Californu; 

Oentir&l America 
Caranx Hnctus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 349, Mazatiao. 

Sabfenu CARANX Lme«pMe. ^'^ .4 

1337. Caranx ruber (Bloch). Cibi; Carbonero; Green Jack, <^'^* 

West Indies. 

Scomber ruber Bloch, Ichthyologia, pi. 342, 1793, Ste. Croix. 

1338. Caranx bartholomasi Cavier & Valenciennes. Yellow Jack; Cibi AwiariUc. 

West Indies, northward to Florida and North Carolina: Cuba. 
Caranx bartkoloman Cavier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 100, 1833, 
St. Bartholomew. - ^, '^l^b** 

8 iby* l isi T BiCSa PT W WS- Bsaaetqae. ^'^ 

Tricropterua Rafinesqne^ Caratteri Alcnni Nuovi Generi, 41, 1810 {earan^m»=i 
hippos). 

1339. Caranx hippoa (Linnams). CrevalU; Toro; Boru-catalU ; Cyevally Jack; 

Jiguagua, 

Warm seas f^enerally, both coasts of tropical America, north to Cape ('ud 

and Gnlf of California; East Indies. 
Scomber hippoa Linn»us, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 494, 1766,Charleston, 8. C. 

v/ 8Bbf«Mt PARATRACTD8 GUI. 

j^ Paratractue Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 432 (pi$quetu9 =crg9o$). 



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;^ ^f^ Cojintra; CrevalU. 

vT'l Cape Cod to Brazil. 

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1341. Caranx caballus (GUnthor). Cocinero; Jurel; Cocinero Dorado. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, San Diejjo to Panama. 
Caranx caballus Giiuther, Fish. Ccutr. Amer., 431, 18(>9, Panama. 

Sabfff'nai CABAXGICHTHYS Ble«ker. 
Caranuichthye Blocker, Bijdraj^en Ichthyol. Fauna Celebes, iii, 760, aboat 
lHb2{typn8). 

1342. Caranx marginatus Gill. 

l*aciiic Coast of Mexico: Mazatlan antl Panama. ' ' 

Caniux manjinatua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1866, 166, Panama. 

1343. Caranx latus Ajjassiz. Jurel; Xurel ; llorat -eye Jack. 

All warm seas, north to Virj^inia; west coast of Mexico; l*unima, Clarion 

Island, and (hathani Island. 
Caranx latun Agassiz, .Spix, Tisc. Brah., 105, 1829, Brazil. 

1344. Caranx medusicola, Jordan & Starks. 

Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Caranx meduifieola Jordan Ai Starks, in Jordan, Fishes Sinaloa, 430, pi. 34, 
18'J5, Mazatlan . 

1345. Caranx lugubris Toey. Tinotia. 

Kocky islands in the tro))ic8; Clarion Island (Kevilla^ij^edo Archipelago); 

West Indies: mid-Atlantic; n\id-Pac\t\c. 
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1346. Caranx a nta ai py g Ma Cavier & Valenciennes. 

Pacific Ocean generally; Revillagigedo lalands. 

Caranx melampygus Cav. & Yal., Hist. Nat. Poiss., xx, 116, 1833, East Indies. 

Kabfeaat UBA8PI8 Bleeker. 

VraBpis Bleeker, Verhandl. Batav. Genootsch., xxiv, 1851 {hoops). 

1347. Caranz goara (Bonnaterre). ^' Enxar4oJ^ 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic ; Mediterranean; Africa; Brazil; Madeiras; 

Sontn Pacific. 
Scomber guara Bonnaterre, EncycL, 139, pi. 58, 1788, on a specimen from 

America in Jnssien's collection. 

OennB488. OKATHAHODON Bleeker. 
Gnaihanodon Bleeker, Verh. Batav. Genootsch., xxiv, Makreele, 1851 («peot- 

08U$), 

1348. Onathanodon speoioBUS (Forskiil). Mojarra Dorada. 

Tropical parts of the Pacific Ocean ^ East Indies; Mazatlan to Panama. 
Scomber 8peoio8U9 Forsk&l, Descr. Anim., xii, 54, 1775, Red Sea. 

0«niii428. CAKAVOOIDES Bleeker. 

Carangoides Bleeker, Verh. Batav. Genootsch., xxiv, Makreele, 1851 (plagio- 
ictnia), 

1349. Carangoides orthogrammns (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Revillagigedo Islands ; Pacific islands. 

Caranx orihogrammus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 226, Sul- 
phur Bay, Clarion Island (Revillagigedo Archipelago). 

Oenns 484. CITULA Caviar. 

diula Cnvier, Rdgne Animal, e<l. i, 315, 1817 (artnata), 

1350. Citnla dorsalia (Gill). Pdmpano. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; Mazatlan; Panama. 
CarangoideB dorsalia Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 166, Panama. 

Qmam 485. ALECTIB Baihieiqiia. 
^ AlecUs Rafineeque, Analyse de la Nature, 1815 (substitute for GoUum). 

1351. Aleotia oillaris (Bloch). Tkread-fish; Cobbler-fish; Sunfi^h. 

Tropical America on both coasts, ranging north to Cape (*od and Mazatlan, 

Florida Keys and Cuba. 
Zens eiliaris Bloch, IchthyoL, vi, 29, 1788, East Indies. 

Oenns 48B. HTHHIB Cayier ft Yalendennei. 
Hgnnis Cavier &> Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 195, 1833 {tjorcensUf). 

1352. Hynnis oabenaia (Poey). 

Onba. 

H^nnU euhenHs Poey, Memoriae, ii, 235, 1860, Havana. 

1353. Hynnis hopkinai Jordan & Starks. Pdmpano. 

Pnerto Yiejo, near Mazatlan. 

HjfnnU hopkinH Jordan & Starks, in Jordan, PMshes Sinaloa, 435, pi. 35, 1895, 
Mazatlan. 

Oenns 487. VOMIBE CuTier ft Yalenoiennei. 

Vimtr Cavier A Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 189, 1833 (hrownii). 

1354. ▼omnr donalia Gill. 

West Indies and west coast of Africa. 

Vimm' dmwM$ QUI, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 436 ; after Giintber. 

1855. ▼omar sattplmila (MitchiU). Blunt-nosed Shiner; Jorobado; Moon fish; Hor^ejUK. 

Botb ctm0t» of America, from Maine to Florida, and Capo €>aTvL.w<^;>A\oV«c\i. 
^-' M0S^itmi0 Mitehill, Trans. Lit, Philoe. Soo.N. Y. 1815, 384, 'K^i^ XoiW. 



348 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERnSA. 

1356. Vomer spizii (Swainson). 

West Indies sonth to Brazil. 

Platy8omu8 9fnxii SwaiiisoD, Class. FiHhes, etc., ii, 250 and 406, IKVI. Hrsjri): 
after Spix & Agassiz, pi. 57. 

Gsnns 428. 8EUHS Lae^pMe. Moonfiskes, 
Selene Lao^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 560, 1803 {argentea= yonug <»r romrt). 

1357. Selene oBntedii Lfitken. 

Pacific Coast, Mazatlan to Panama. 

Selene oeretedii LUtken^ Spolia Atlantica, 144, 1880, Pnnta Arenas. 

1358. Ctolene vomer (LinnaDOs). Moonfieh; Jorohado; Look-davn; Horeekead. 

Tropical America, on both coasts ; Cape Cod to Brazil ; Lower Califomii to 

Pern. 
Zeue vomer Linnsens, 8yst. Nat., ed. x, 266, 1758, America. 

Genns 489. OHLOBO0CX)][BBTJB Oixard. Caeahee, 
Ckloraecomhrue Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 168 (eoem^p9Ut0 1. 

1359. Chloroaoombrus orqueta Jordan & Gilbert. Orqueta; Xwrel de CaetiUe. 

Pacific Coast of tropical Amerioa: Magdalena Bav to Panama. 
Ckloroec&mhrue orqueta Jordan & Gilbert, Ptoc. U. 8, N. M. 1882. 646, Panuis. 

1360. Chloroeoombnu olunrsonui (Linnieus). Caeahe; Bumper. 

Cape Cod to Bratily^mmon on onr Sonth Atlantic Coast and in Cnba. 
Scomber ckryeurue Linnwos, Syst. Nat., ed. zn, 494, 1766, Charleston. S. C. 

(Mentis 480. TRACHIVOnTB Lao^Me. Pdmpanos, 

Traohinotus Lao^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 79, 1802 (faleaiue). 

1361. Traohinotua |MoiBQ^^tBlobh)^Qpi^^ Pdmpano; Old Wife; PmlomfU. 

Tropical Amerioa, from Virginia to the Caribbean Sea. 
Cluetodon glaucua Bloch, lohthyol., pi. 210, 1787, Martinique; on a figure br 
Plnmier. 

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1362. Trachinotna rhodopna Gill. Pampanito. 

Pacific Co!i.Ht of tropical America, Hoath toJ'anama. 
^ ■ Trachinotua rhodcf^ua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 85, Cape .*^n LncsA. 

139^. Trachinotna fit^qatua (LinnflpaH). Hound Pdmpano; Palometa; Prrmit of 
• Indian Rirct. 

East coast of United States, Cape Co<l to Florida 

Lahrus falcaiua LiuuipaH, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 284, 1758, America. 

1364. Trachinotna rhomboidea (Bloch). Round Pdmpano. 

West Indies to Brazil. 

Chatodon rhomboides Bloch, Syst. Iclith., i>l. 209, 17H7, Martinique : on a 
drawing by riamier. 

1365. Traohinotua culverl .Ionian & Stark h. 

A.stillern, at Mazatlan, Mexi<*o. 

Travhiuoius culveri .Ionian & StarkH in .lordan, FislieH .Sinaloa. 4:i9, |»1. 3C. 
1^'jf Mazatlan. 

1366. Traohinotua kennedyi Steindarhner. 

'rn)[)iral America; Ma^<lalena Hay to Panama; Pacific Coast. 
TrachinoiiiH hntudyi Steindarhner, I<litli. Heitr., in, 47. pi. vii, 1875, Mag 
dalena Hay. 

1367. Traohinotua goodei Jordan iV Everinann. Permit ; Palometa; fireat Pdm- 

pano. 

\Ve>t Indies, north to Houtheru Florida. 

TrachinotuM qoodvi^ Jordan cV Kvermann. Fishes North and Middle America. 
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2368. TraohinotUB argentens Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Atlantic CoOHt. 

Trackinoius <;irgenteu4 Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poisn.^ viii, 413, 1831, 
New York and Rio Janeiro. 

2369. Traohinotus caxx>linn8 (Linnteus). Common Pompano ; Pdmpano; Cohhler-fiah, 

Soatli Atlantic and Gulf coasts of United States; Cape Cod; West Indies; 

Brazil. 
Gasterostem oarolinus LinnaDOS, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 490, 1766, Carolina. 

2370. Traohinotaa paloma Jordan & Starks. 

Cape San Lucas, Mazatlan, San Juan Lagoon. 

Drachinotun paloma Jordan & Starks, in Jordan, Fishes Sinaloa, 437, 1895, 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

2371. Trachinotua cayennensia Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Cayenne. 

Trachinotua cayennensis Cuvier «& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., viii, 417, 
1831. Cayenne. 

Family CXXVU. POBftATOMIDJB. The Blnefiahea. 

GenuB 431. POKATOlCirS Lao^pMe. 

Pomatomua Lac<5pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 436, 1802 (akib), 

1372. Pomatoxnufl saltatriz (Linnwus). Blue/ish; Snap Mackerel; Skipjack. 

Atlantic and Indian oceans. 

Perca saltatrix Linn»ns, Syst. Nat., ed. x, i, 293, 1758, Carolina. 

Family CXXVm. RACHT'CENTRIDJB. Sergeant-Fiahea. 

Genus 432. RACHTCENTROir Xanp. 

Rachyoentron Kanp, Isis, xix, col. 89, 1826 {typiu). 

1373. Rachycentron canadum (LinnsBUS). Sergeani-jUh; Crab-eater; Cobia. 

In all warm seas ; Atlantic Coast, north to Cape Cod. 
Gasteroiteue canadus Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 491, 1766, Carolina. 

Family CZXIX. NOMXSIDJEI. 

Oanns 433. KOXEini Cuvier. 
Xomeue Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 1, ii, 315, 1817 (gronocii), 

1374. NomeuB gronovii (Gmelin). Portuguese Man^of-war-fieh; Harder; Paetor, 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic and Indian oceans ; Sargasso Sea ; Florida ; 

Bermuda; Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 
GobiuB gronovii Gmelin, Syst. Nat., ed. xui, 1205, 1788, Tropical America; 

after Gronow. 

Genns 434. P8EHE8 Cuvier k YalendemLei. 

Peenee Cuvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., rx, 259, 1833 (cyanophrys). 

1375. Psenea pellacidus LUtken. 

Gulf Stream, at 32° 24' N., 76^^ 55' W., in 528 fathoms. 

PaeneepeUuciduB Liitken, Spolia Atlantica, 516 (109), fig. 601 (198), 1880, Strait 
of Surahi^a. 

1376. Psenea oyanophrya Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Open sea ; Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans ; Jamaica and Martiniaue. 
Ptenes eyanophrys Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 260, pi. 265, 
1833, New Iceland. 

1377. Peenea maonlatna Liitken. 

Open Atlantic. 

Peenes maculatue Liitken, Spolia Atlantica, 110, 1880, open Atlantic, 39^ N., 
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1378. Psenes regulus Poey. 

CoastA of Cuba ; East Indies. 

Psenes regulus Poey, Synopsis, 375, 1868, Caba. 

Family CXXX. CORTPELaONIDJEI. Tha Dolphins. 

Qboom 435. CORTFHJEHA linnau. 

Corypha^na Linna^as, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 261, 1758 (h^^urH9). 

1379. Cor3rphaBna hippunis Linnnsns. Common Dolphin; Dorado; Domrmde. 

Pelagic to Capo Cod and northward. Sonth Carolina to Texas. 
Coryphama hippurua Linnieas, Syst. x^at., ed. x, 261, 1758, open 



1380. Cor3rpli8Bna equisetiB Linnaeus. Small Dolphin, 

Open Atlantic, West Indies. 

Coryphasna equisetia {iinna^us, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 261, 1758 ( misprinted tqmmik , 
high seas ; after Osbeck; 

Family CXXXL LABflPRID.S. The BCarlpoMUi. 

Genus 436. LAXFRI8 Setiiiii. 
Lampris Retzius, Nya Ilandlnng, 111^91, 1799 (guitatHO^luna). 

1381. Lampris Iwna (GmttrB). MaHpoaap'f^iah; San Pedro FUh; Craro; Jermmlm 

Haddock; Olance-Jiah; (iudlax; Afoonfish, 

Atlantic and Pacific; Madeira; Newfoandland ; Maine; Caba; Monlorej. 
ZeH8 luna Gmelin, Syst. Nat., ed. xiii, 1225, 1788, Normandy. 

Family CXXXn. PTBRACLIDIDJB. 

OenuB 437. FIE&ACLI8 Oronow. 

Pteraclis Gronow, Acta Helvetica, vii, 44, 1772 {rolifera), 

1382. Pteraclis carolinns Cnvier <& Valenciennes. 

Coast of South Carolina. 

Pteraclia carotiniia Cuvier &. Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 36H. lK33.off 
coa^t South Carolina. 

Family CXXXUI. BRAMIDJB. The Pomfrets. 

Oenos 438. TARAGTE8 Lowe. 

Taractcs Lowe, Pro<-. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1863, 82 {iuper; probably yooDf^ of 
Jframa lonyipinnis). 

1383. Taractes sausBurii (Liiuel). 

Havana. 

/irama saitasitrii Lnnel, Roviie dii Genre Brama, M^m. Soo. Phya. Hist. Nat. 

(ieinvf. XVIII, 18G5. IS.'), tab. 2. Cuba. 

<- Genus 439. BRi^MA Bloch & Schneider. Pom fret. ^^r 

y^^ . iWama liK^h \ .S«hnei»lrr. Syst. I<hth., OS, 1801 (rail). 

1384. Crania agassizii l*o<'y. 

Cuba. ' ,jfr 

Ihania a'iaMMi:ii INm\v. Mcniorias. ii.LNH. ISiJO, Havana. ^" 

1385. Brama brevoortii I'oey. 

Cuba. 

lirama hremnrtii Tory. M« iimrias. II. 2(Xi, 1800, Havana. 

1386. Brama laii vHlo(h). I'omfret: Castagnoh; Jiondanin. 

opensoas; Europe; TanM* Islau<ls; Bernnicla; Orand Banks; PaciftcCoast. 

froiu Sauta ("ataliua to I*u^ct Souud. 
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FamUy CXXXIV. STBINEGERIDiB. 

Oenm 440. 8TEINE0EBIA Jordan ft Evennaim. 
Steinegeria Jordan &, EvermaDii, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1886, 467 (rubeacena). 

1387. Steinegeria mbesoena Jordan <& Evermann. 

Gnlf of Mexico. 

Steinegeria rubeaoens Jordan 6l Eyermann, Proc. IT. 8. Nat. Mus. 1886, 467, 
Snapper Banks, off Pensacola, dorida. 

FamUy CXZXV. CENTROLOPHIDiB. The Rudder-Fiahes. 

Genm 441. CENTBOLOPHUS Lao^pMe Black Ruffs, 

CentrolophuB Lao<$pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 441, 1803 {niger). 

1388. Centrolophns niger (Gmelin). Blackfiah; Black Ruffe; Borlaae. 

Coasts of son them Europe; Dennis, Massachusetts. 
Perca niger Gmelin, Syst. Nat., 1321, 1788, Cornwall. 

Gennt 442. PALINTJBICHTHT8 Bleeker. 

Palinurichthya Bleeker, Ennm. Spec. Pise. Arch. Ind., 22, November, 1859, 
(perci/ormw). 

1389. Palinuriohthys peroiformia (Mitchill). Rudder-fiah ; Log-fish, 

Atlantic Coast of North America, from Cape Hatteras to Maine; Cornwall. 
Coryphena perciformis^itohiWy km. Month. Mag., ii, 1818, 244, N. Y. Harbor. 

Family CXXXVI. STROMATXUDiB. The Fiatolaa. 

Oenns448. RHOMBUS Lao6pkle. Butter-fishes, 
Rhombus Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 321, 1^^ (alepidotus). 

8iibf«Bii8 BHOSJIfrS LactfpMe. ^^JkAfUM^' 

1390. Rhon^bha pam (Linnsens). HarveM-fish; Pappy-fish, J^aJLuJ(, 

Sonth Atlantic Coast of United SttitOs, West Indies, Cape Cod to Jamaica 

and Brazil. 
Stromateus paru LinnsDUS, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 248, 1758, Jamaica; based on 

Sloane. 

1391. Rhombus xanUmma (Qnoy & Qaimaid). * ., 

Coa9t of South America, Caiyenne to Montevideo. *•• * 

Seserinus xanthurus Quoy &, Oaimaril, V^oy. Freyc, Zool.,384, 1824, Brazil. 

Ssbfeaiit PALOHETA Jordan A ETermsBB. 
Palometa Jordan & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. A., 966, 1896 (palometa), 

1392. Rhombns palometa (Jordan & BoUman). 

Pacific Ocean, off Colombia. 

Stromateus palometa Jordan & BoUman, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1889, 156, off coast 
of Colombia, SP 16' 30" N., 79° 37' 45" W., at Albatross Station 2804. 

1393. Rhombaa medina (Peters). Palometa, 

Pacific Coast of North America, Mazatlan to Panama. 

Stromateus medius Peters, Berl. Monatsb., 1869, 707, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

1394. Rhombaa aimillimua (Ayres). California Pompano, 

Paoifto Coast of United States, Paget Sonnd to San Diego. 
Poronotus simillimus Ayres, Proo. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1860, 84, San Francisco. 

SBbgMiBt P0B0N0TU8 Gill. 

Poronotus Gill, Cat. Fish. E. Coast N. Am., 35, 1861 (triacanthus). 

1395. R]iombiiatriacanthua(Peck). Dollar-fish; Harvest-fish; Butter-fish; Lafayette. 

Nova Sootia to Florida. 

Stromateus triacanthus Peck, Mem. Am. Ac, ii, part %^y V^-^^i ^VIL* ^s 'V^^t 
Pisoataqaa Birer, New Hampshire. 



352 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FI8HEBIE& 



Family CXZXVIl. ICOSTBIDiB. Tha Ras-FUhes. 

Oenns 444. ICICUfkXS Jordan k Gilbert 
loichthyH Jordan & Gilbert, Proc . U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1880, 3C5 (lockin^toni). 

1396. Iciohthya lookingtoni Jordan Jk. Oilbert. 

San Francisco, California. 

Icichthys lookinptoni Jordan Sl Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mns., in, 188U. 3UG. o5 
Sau FranciHco. 

OennB446. BCHEDOPHILnS Coooo. 
Schedophilus Cocco, Giom. Innom. Messina, Ann., ill, 7, 57, 1834 (wudutoykS' 

1397. Schedophilua medasophagua Cocco. 

Mid-Atlantic ; Mediterranean; Ireland; Samoa. 

Sohedophilus medu9ophagu9 Cocco, Giom. Innom. Messina, in, 7, 57, Measina. 

Oennt 446. I008TKU8 Loekington. 
Ioo9icu9 Lockington, Proc. U. S. Nat. Moh. 1880, 83 (tBnigwuUieuB), 

1398. looateua aenigmatioaa Lockington. 

CoaHt of California, Ort^gon, and Washington. 

Ioo9teus cBtiigmatioua Lockington, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas., in, 1880, 63, off ban 
Francisco. 

Qbuom 447. ACROTUS Bean. 
Acrotus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1887, 631 {willougkhyi). 

1399. Aorotua 'wUloughbyl Bt;an. 

On cojiAt of Washington. 

Aorotus willoughbyi Bean, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1887, 631, Qainaielt Agencj, 
Washington. 

Family CXXZVIII. ZAPRORIDiB. 
Oezrni 448. ZAPRORA Jordan. 

1400. Zaprora ailenns Jordan. 

Known only from the harbor at Nanaimo, Vanooaver Island, Rritiii^ 

Columbia. 
Zaprora siienus Jordan, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., 1896, 202, harbor at Nanaimu, 

Vancouver Island. 

Family CXXXIX. GRAMMICOLEPIDIDJQ. 

Oenos 449. ORAMMICOLEPIS Poey. 

firamm'uvltpi>* Poey, Anal. Soc. Esp. Hist. Nat., ii, 1873 (brachiiutculuM). 

1401. Grammicolepis brachiusculus Poey. 

Cuba. 

iirammicolcpiH brachiuHrulim Poey. Anal. .Soc. Esp. Hist. Nat., li, IXl'S, Cub.i. 

Family CXL. TETRAGONURIDiB. The Square-Tails. 

Genus 450. TETRAOONURUS Risso. 

TttrayoniirtiH liisso. Irhth. Nice, 317, \H\{) (cuvieri). 

1402. Tetragonurus cuvieri Kissu. Escolar de Xatura: Coiirpata; Square-tail; S^a 

Nire: r«Mih»ii Mini MafHeilles; Ma«leir;». 
Tt'frayununix cin'uri KUso, U'hlU. Nii*«,S47^\^V0,^NVvn5. 









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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 353 

Family CXTiT. PBMPHBRIDiB. The Deep-water Catalufaa. 

Oenus 451 PEMPHEBIS CiiTier ^ Valenoieimee. 
PempkerU CuYier & Yalenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vii, 296, 1831 {onalen»i»), 

1403. Pempherla mezicanns Cavier & Valenciennos. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, Acapalco. 

PempherU mexicanua Cavier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vii, 308, 1831, 
Acapalco, Mexico. 

1404. Pempherls Bchomburgki MUller d^ Troschel. 

Barbados and Cuba. 

Pempheria achomhurgki Miillor <& Troschel, in Schombargk's History of Bar- 
bados, 669, 1845, Barbados. 

1405. Pempherls mnllerl Poey. Catalufa de la Alto, 

West Indies to Brazil ; coast of Caba. 

Pempheria mulleri Poey, Memorias, ii, 203, 1860, Caba. 

1406. Pempherls poeyl Bean. 

Cuba. 

Pempheria poeyi Bean, Proc.'U. S. Nat. Mas. 1885, 229, Havana. 

Qronp PBRCOIDZIA. The Perch-Uke Fishes. 

Family CXLII. BLA880MATID2I. Pigmy Sunfishes. 

Geniu 452. ELA8801IA Jordan. 
Elaaaoma Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Ma8.> x, 50, 1877 (zanata). 

1407. Elassoma sonatum Jordan. 

Southern Illinois to Texas and Alabama. 

Elaaaoma zonata Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mas., x, 50, 1877, Little Red River, 
White County, Ark. 

1408. Blassoma evergladel Jordan. 

Swamps of sonthem Georgia and Florida, locally common in dark waters 

tributary to the Everglades. 
Elaaaoma evergladei Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1884, 323, Indian, St. Johns, 

and Sawanee rivers, Florida. 

• 

Family CZLIII. CBNTRARCHID2I. The Sunfiahes. 

Oeniii458. POMOXIS Baflnesque. Crappiea. 
Pomoxis Rafinesque, Amer. Month. Magazine 1818, 41 (annularia). 

1409. Pomozla amiiilarls Rafinesque. CrappU; Bachelor; Sac-a-lait; New Light; 

Campbellite; Crapet, 

Eastern United States, from the Great Lakes sonth to Texas and west to 

Kansas and Nebraska. 
Pomoiia annularia Rafinesque, Amer. Month. Mag., 1818, 41, Falls of the Ohio 

River. 

1410. Pomozls sparoldea (Lao^p'^e). Calico Baaa; Graaa Baaa; Barfiah; Straw- 

berry Baaa, 

Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi Valley to New Jersey and southward to 

Florida, Louisiana, and Texas. 
Labrua aparoidea Lac6p5de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., in, 517, 1802, Sonth Carolina. 

Oeniu 454. GEHTRAB0HU8 Cavier k Valendennes. Round Baaa. 
Centrarohua Cavier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., in, 84, 1829 (irideuft), 

1411. Centrarohoa maoroptema (Lac6pMe). Round Sunfiah; Flier, 

Lowland streams from Virginia southward to Florida and Louisiana ; north- 
ward in the Mississippi Valley to sonthem IlUnolft. 
Ldbrua maoropterus Lac4p6de, Hist. Nat. Poias., lU, 411 , 1^012, CkKcV^AVni)^.^ < 



354 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIEfl. 

Oeniu 466. ACAKTHARCHUS Gill. 
Acantharchtu Gill, Amer. Jour. Sol. Arts, 1864, 92 (pamoti$), 

1412. AcantharchuB pomotiB (Baird). Mud Sunflih. 

Southern New York to South Carolina. 

Centrarchus pomotia Baird, Ninth Smithaon. Report 1854, 825, New Jittmj: 
Ne*v York. 

Genus 466. AMBLOPUTES Baflneaqoe. Rock Baaa, 
JmhlopHtea Rnfinesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 33, 1820 (ictheloide$=rMpe»iri9'. 

1413. Ajnbl(n>lite8 rupestria (Rafineaque). Common Rock Bobb; Red-eye: iM-<yc 

Perch; Goggle-eye. 

Vermont to Great Lakea reirion and Manitoba, aouth to Louisiana; Terj 

abundant west of the AHeghaniea. 
Bodianua rupeatria Rafineaque, Am. Month. Mag., 1817, 120, Lakes of New 

York, Vermont, and Canada. 

1413a. Ambloplites rupeatrls cavifrona Cope. 

Roanoke River, Virginia. 

Amblopliiea carifrona Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 217, Roeook* 
River, Virginia. 

Oeniia 467. ABCHOPUTES Oill. 
Jrchoplitea Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 166 (inienmpim§), 

1414. Archoplitea intermptua (Girard). Sacramento Perch, 

Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, California. 

Centrarchua interruptua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 129, San Jot 
quin and Sacramento rivera, California. 

Oeniu 468. CHiBHOBRYTTirA Oill. 

Chcenohrytiua Gill, Amer. Jonr. Sci. Art« 1864, 92 {m€lanop9=^gnlo9na), 

1415. Chaenobryttus guloans (Cuvier <& Valenciennea). Warmouth; *' Coggle-fyt.'' 

Kasteru United States from the Great Lakea to Florida and Texas, vFe»i to 
Kansas and the Dakotas; chiefly weat or aouth of the Alleghanie*; 
common in South Carolina. 

VomotXH gnloana Cuvier <& Valeuciennea, Hiat. Nat. Poiaa., in. 498, 1829, Lake 
I'ontchartrain and lugoona about New Orleans. 

Oenoi 469. EHNEACAKTHTTS Oill. 
Enneacanthua Gill. Amer. Jonr. Sci. Arts 1864, 92 {oheaua). 

1416. Enneacanthus obesus (Baird). 

Charles River, Massachusett-s, to Florida. 

I'omotiH ohvHua Huird, Ninth Smithson. Report, 1854, H24, Beealey Point, New 
Jersey. 

1417. Enneacanthus gloriosus (Ilolhrook). 

Atlantic States, from New .UTscy to Flori<la. 

Jiri/tttiH (florioHiiH Holbrook, .lour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1855, 51, Cooper Rivei. 
S<»nth Carolina. 

Oenns 460. MESOGONISTTUS Oill. 

MesofjoniftiHs dill, Amer. J«)nr. Sci. ArtJ* 18(>4. 92 {chaiodan). 

1418. Mesogoniatius chaetodon (Bainl). IHack-banded Sunfiak, 

New .Icr8<\v to Maryland. 

Pomotis chntodon HainI, Ninth Smithson. Report, 1854. 324, Cedar Swamp 
Creek, New Jersey. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 355 

Oemu 461. AP0M0TI8 Baflneaque. 
Apomoii8 Rafinesqae, Jour, de Physique 1819, 420 (cyanellua), 

1419. ApomotiB cyanelluB TRafinesque). Bed-eye; Blue-spotted Sunjiah; Gretn 

Sunjish; Little Btd-eye, 

Great Lakes region to Mexico ; very abundant from Ohio sonthwestward 

to the Rio Grande. 
Lepamia cyanellus Rafinesque, Jour, de Physique 1819, 420, Ohio River. 

1420. Apomotis isohyrus (Jordan <& Nelson). 

Upper Mississippi Valley. 

Lepiopomv iaohyrua Jordan &, Nelson, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mns., x, 25, 1877, Illi- 
nois River, Illinois. 

1421. Apomotia phenaz Cope &, Jordan. 

Beesley Point, New Jersey. 

Jpowotia phenax Cope & Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 26, 1877, Beesley 
Point, New Jersey ; locality possibly erroneous. 

1422. Apomotia pnnctatus (Cnvier & Valenciennes). 

South Carolina to Florida. 

BryttHH punotatua Cuvier Sc, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vii, 462, 1831, 
Charleston, South Carolina. 

1423. Apomotia ■yxnmetricas (Forbes). 

Mississippi Valley ; Illinois to Louisiana and Texas. 

Lepomia aymmetricuB Forbes, in Jordan &, Gilbert, Synopsis, 473, 1883, Illinois 
River, Illinois. 

Genus 482. LSP0MI8 Baflnesque. The Sunfiahea. 
Lepomia Rafineeque, Jour, de Physique 1819, 402 (auriiua), 

Ssbgenss LEP0HI8 BaflaeiqM. 

1424. Lepomia aaritus (Linnsus). Yellmchelly; Bedhreaai Bream. 

Maine to Louisiana ; abundant in all streams east of the Allep;hanies. 
Labrua auritua Linnsus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 283, 1758, Philadelphia. 

1424a. Lepomia auritua aolia (Cuvier &, Valenciennes). 

Virginia to Louisiana, in coastwise streams. 

Pomotia aolia Cnvier Sc Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vu, 468, 1831, Lake 
Pontchartrain, Louisiana. 



1425. Lepomia minlatua Jordan. 

Mississippi Valley; south 

Lepomia miniatua Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 26, 1877, Tangipahoa River. 



Mississippi Valley; southern IDUinois to Louisiana and_Texas. 

Joi " 



Sibgrais XBN0TI8 Jordma^ 
Xenoiie Jordan, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 76 (fallax). 

1426. Lepomia garmani Forbes. 

Lower Wabash River baain. 

Lepomia garmani Forbes, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., vol. ii, art. 2, 135, January, 

1885, Little Fox River at Phillipstown, and Wabash River and Drew 

Pond at Carmi, Illinois. 

1427. Xiepomia megalotia (Rafinesqne). Long-eared Sunfiah, 

Miohisan to Minnesota, South Carolina, and southward to the Rio Grande. 
lehthelia megaloHe Rafineeque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 29, 1820, Kentucky, Licking, 
and Sandy rivers, Kentucky. 

SOgvaai HKUOPKBCA JoHma. 
Helioperca Jordan, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. T. 1876, 335 (pallidua), 

1428. Lepomia hamiUa (Qirard). Eed-apotted Sunfiah. 

Oliioaad Kentaokv to the Dakotas, Kansas, and Texas; locally abundant, 
aaaeeiallv in the lower Missouri Basin. 

^i'mrd, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. PMVa. l»5ri, ^^1, «kM«« \^q^1 



356 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AMD FI8HEBIS8. 

1429. Lepomis haplognathna Copo. 

Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

LepamiaMvlognathus Cope, Proo. Amer. Philos. Soo. 1884 (1885), 16K, Mm- 
terey, Noeyo Leon, Mexico. 

1430. Iiepomls macroohima Rafinesqae. 

Ohio Valley and south westward to Missouri and Ken tacky. 
LepomiM maerockira Raflnesqae, Jour, de Physiqne 1819, 420, Ohio, WaliMh, 
Green, and Licking rivers. 

1431. Lepomia pallidoa (Mitohill). Blue-gill; Bltu Bream; BlmeSmmJUh; Copper- 

wfsed Bream; Dollardee, 

Great Lakes to Florida and the Rio Graude. 

Labrua pallidus Mitchill, Trans. Lit. and Philos. Soo. N. Y. 1815, 407, New 
York. 

Genus 468. SUPOH0TI8 Gill k Jofdan. 
Eupomotia Gill &, Jordan, Field and Forest 1877, 190 (auremt^gihhoama). 

Smbgenss XT8TB0PLITE8 Jordai. 
XyatroplUes Jordan, in Cope, Proo, Amer. Philos. Soc, xvn, 1878, 67 {gillii = 
palUduB), 

1432. Eupomotia pallidua (Agassiz). 

Georgia to Texas. 

PomoiU pallidus Agassiz, Amer. Jour. Sci. Arts 1854. 903 (name preoccapied 
in LepomU by Labrua pallidua Mitohill, but not in Eupoi^otia), 

8sb9«mss EUP0X0T18 GUI A Jordan. 

1433. Bnpomotia heroa (Baird Sl Girard). 

Southern Indiana to Florida and the Rio Grande Baain. 
Pomotia heroa Baird & Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., March, 1854, 25, 
Rio Cibolo, Texas. 

1434. Eupomotia holbrooki (Cnvier dc. Valenciennes). 

Virginia to Florida. 

Pomotia holbrooki Cuvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vii, 466, 18S1, 
Charleston, South Carolina. 

1435. Eupomotis euryorua (McKay). 

lTp{>er Great Lakes region. 

Lepomia euryorua McKay, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 89, Lake Huron at Foft 
Gratiot, Michigan. 

1436. Eupomotis gibbosus (Linnseus). Common Sumfiah; Bream; Pumpkim-aet^l : 

Sunny; Tobacco-box. 

Great Lakes region to Maine, and southward to Florida, east of the Alle- 

ghanies. 
Perca gibboaa Linuirus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 293, 1758, Carolina; after P«roa 

Jiuviatilia gibbona, venire litleOf of Catesby. 

Oenoi 464. MICBOFTERUS LacepMe. Black Baaa. 

Micropternx Lac<5pode, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 325, 1802 {dolomieu). 

1437. Micropterus dolomieu Iiac(^p<^de. Small-mouthed Black Baas. 

Lake Ch:un]ilain to Manitoba and southward on both sides of the moun- 

tuiiiM to South Carolina and Arkansas. 
Micropiern-i dolomieu Lac(^p«de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 325, 1802, type locality 

tiucertaiu. perhaps South Carolina. 

1438. Micropterus salmoides (Lac<«p^de). Large-mouthed Black Ba*a; 0»wego 

IiaH>* ; (irecn Ba^s ; Bayou Boj^a. 

Kivcrs of tlio United States, from the Great Lakes and Red River of the 
North to Florida, Texas, and Mexico; wett to tlie Dakotas, Nebraska, 
and KauhUH. 

Labrua ^almoidev Lac(^ptde, Hist. Nat. Poias ,iv,Tl6, 1«02,aouthLGiyBoUMk 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 357 



Family CXUV. KXTHLZID J3. 

JTuJUto Gin, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 48 (ci7ia/if«). 

1439. KohUa argo Jordan &, Bollman. 

Galapagoa and ReTillaffiffeclo arehipelaffoeii. 

Kukm mrae Jordan Sl Bollman, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1889, 159, Chatham 
Island, Galapagos Archipelago. 



1440. B^ihlim zaniini (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Tropical seas; probably west coast of Central America. 
Xemtektkfn xemmrua Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nnt. MnH. 1881^ 454, tyx»e 
locality sappoaed to be San Salvador. 

Family CXLV. PBRCID2I. The Perohaa. 

0mm 4M. fHaOflXIIIinf BaHnasgne. American Pike-perokei. 
8iUo9tedian Rafineaqne, Ichth. OhiensiD, 23, 1820 {Halm<mea=vitrtiim), 

Bakfeaai 8TII08TBDI0X BsflaeiqM. 

1441. Stiiostedlon vitrenm (Mitchill). Wall-eued Pike; Pike-perch,- Jhtry; (ilasa- 

•ye; TdUno Pike; Blue Pike; Jack Salmon; White-eye, 

Great Lakes re|rion, Upper Mississippi, north to Assiniboia; east to Vermont 
and PennsylTania, south to Georgia and Alabama, e8pe<*ially common 
northward. 

PlsrMvilfwi Mitchill, Sapp. Am. Month. Mag., ii, 1818, 247, Cayuga Lake, N. Y. 

■akfeass CnvOFCmCA GIU k JoHma. 
Cyneperea Gill &, Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mns., x, 44, 1877 {canadente), 

1442. Stlmoatadlon canadanae (Smith). Sanger; Sand Pike, 

Northeastern North America, from Vermont and the Great Lakes to Tennes- 
see, Arkansas, and the npper Missonri ; especially abundant northward. 

Lmeioperca eanadenee C. H. Smith, in Griffith's edition of Ciivier's Rdgne 
Animal, Fishes, 275, pi. 1, 1836, Canada. 

1442a. 0tiio«tadk>n oanadenae griaenm (DeKay). Sanger; Sand Pike; Gray 
Pike; Pickering, 

Great Lakes region and sonthwestward to Kontnrky and Arkansas. 
Xticiopsroa yrtsea DeKay, New York Fanoa: Fishes, 19, 1842, New York. 

1442b. Stiaoatedion oanadenae boreum (Oirard>. 

Upper Missonri Basin. 

ZMoioperoa horea Girard, Proc. A<*. Nat. Sei. Phila. 1857, 201, Fort Surpi, Nelir. 

a«Bi 467. FBOA (Artsdi) Ifauuras. Hirer Perch. 

Perea (Artedi) Linnicns, Byst. Nat., ed. x, i, 1758, and ed. xii. i, 481, 1766 
{Jlnriatilie). 

144S. Peroa lUTaaoena (Mitchill). Yellow Perch; American Perch; Hinged Perch; 
Raccoon Pereh, 

Fresh waters of the eastern T*nit(Ml States, chiefly northward and east want ; 
abundant in the Great Lakes and in coastwise streams from Nova S<-otia 
to North Carolina; common in the tributaries of the Tppcr Mississippi, 
espeeially in Iowa and Minnesota; unknown from <entralOhio south- 
westward; not known from the Ohio Kiver or the lower Missouri. 

Moromjlaveeeene Mitchill, Kept. Fish. N. Y., 18, 1814, near New York City. 



468. RBCDIA Hsiilemaii, Log Perches. 
Pereina Haldeman, Jour. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila., viii. lRi2, .130 (nehnlona) 

1444. Pandnm raz (Jordan &, ETermann). 

^Boanoke Riyer. Roanoke, Virginia. 

MU eie e ioma rw Jordan A p:vermann.Proc.\'.S.'Sat.>iV\\fs.\W«^,^A,'^^w^^^ 
Sivw, nmrBoanoke, Va. 



358 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

1445. Percina caprodea (Rafinesqne). Log Perch; BoekfUh; Hof-w^n$; Hfpk. 

Great Lakes and streams of the South and West from Qaeber to I.akt 

Superior, Iowa, and south to Texas, Mississippi, and the Rio Graadr. 
Sdcpna caprodea Rafinesqne, Auier. Month. Mag. 1818, 634, Ohio Kirer. 

1445a. Percina caprodes sebra (Agassiz). ^faniioH Darter, 

Lakes of northern Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and northward to IjU« 

Superior. 
Pileoma zebra Agassiz, Lake Superior, 908, 1860, Lake Superior. 

0«nu8 489. HADBOFEEBUB Agaisii. Black-eided Dariere. 
Hadrapterua Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1854, S05 {nigrofaeeiattte). 

KabgenisALTOBDIUS Oinurd. 
Jlrardiue Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 68 (wutculaime). 

1446. Eadroptems phozooephalvui (Nelson). 

Ohio to Iowa, south to Kentucky and Oklahoma, in sand j riTers ; locallj 
common. 

Eiheottoma phoxocephalum Nelson, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., i, 35, 1876, Illi- 
nois River and its tributaries. 

1447. Hadropterua maorooaphaliia (Cope). 

West slope of the Alleghanies ft-om Peunsrlvania southward in moantaio 
streams; known from Yoiighioghen^ Kiver, Pennsylvania; North Fork 
of Holston River, Saltville, Virginia; Middle Fork of Holston River; 
Glade Spring, Virginia: Big Sandy, Upper Oreen, and Camberlaad 
rivers, Kentuckv; Clincn River, Tennessee. 

Eiheostoma macrocephalum Cope, Trans, Amer. Philos. Soo. 1866, 400, Yong h- 
iogheny River, Pennsylvania. 

1448. Hadropterua maoulatus (Girard). 

Fort Gratiot, Lake Huron. 

Alrwrdius maoulatue Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1850, 67, Fori Gratiot, 
Michigan. 

1449. Hadrcptems aspro (Cope & Jordan). Black-aided Darter. 

Great Lakes region to the middle Missouri and north to Minneeota. south- 
ward through Missouri, Indiana, and Kentucky to Arkansas ; especially 
comiiion in the Ohio Valley. 

Alrordius aepro Cope &. Jordan, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 51, WTut« 
Kiver, Indianapolis, Indiana; substitute for Etheoataima hlennioidea of 
Kirtland and Agassiz. 

1450. Hadroptema guntheri (Eigonmann &. Kigenmann). 

Sonris River, Winnipeg, south to low^. 

Eiheo&toma giiniheri Kigenmann &, Eigenmaun, Am. Nat., November, 1892, 962, 
Souris River, Winnipeg, and Cedar River near Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

1451. Hadrcptems peltatus (StaufTcr). 

Southeastern Pennsvlvania, Houthward to South Carolina in coa«t\ri»e 

Htn'ums. 
I'Ahtofitoma peltatum Staufler, in Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 'SXi, 

(oneHtoga Creek, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 

1452. HadropteniB ouachitae (.Ionian Si (iilbert i. 

Soutliern Indiana, western Kentucky, sontbwest to Arkansas, not rare; 

known from Patoka Kiver, Indiana; lower Green and Obion rivers. 

i\entncky; Saline Kiver, Arkansas. 
J'.theoHtoma \ UadroitUrus) otiachitw *}oii\vk\\ A: (Jilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mu*. 

1887. 4i». Saline Kiver, Benton, Arkansas, a tributary of the Washita. 

1453. Hadropterua roanoka (Jordan A; Jenkinsi. 

Koanoke Kiver, Virginia. 

Etheoiftoma roanoka Jordan Sc Jenkins, Proc. l\S.."5^Bkl.'Sl^*,l888,858, Roan- 
oke River, near Roanoke, Virgin\v\. 



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SHbgVBis SBIC08MA JonUn k Copeland. 
EriooMM Jordan & Copeland, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 8, 1877 (eHdea) 

1454. Hadropterus evides (Jordan d^ Copeland). 

Indiana, in the Wabash Ba«in, west to Cedar River, Iowa, and southward 
in Arkansas, Kentucky, and Tennessee; French Broad River and the 
Ozark region. 

Alvat'diua evidea Jordan <& Copeland, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Philu. 1877, 51, White 
River near Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Sibgemms HERBARIA Gilbert. 

Serraria Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1884, 205 (acierua), 

1455. Hadropterus soieniB Swain. 

Northern Indiana to Tennessee and Texas. 

Hadropterus acierua Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 252, Bean Blossom 
Creek, Monroe County, Indiana. 

1455a. Hadroptema soieTua sermla Jordan Sc, Gilbert. 

From southern Arkansas southward through eastern Texas. 
Hadropterua acierua aerrula Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 16, 
Red River, Fulton, Arkansas. 

Sabgenu HADROPTERUS Ayasils. 

Hadropterua Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts, xvii, 1854, 305 (nigrofaaeiatua). 

1456. Hadropterua nigrofEisoiataB Agassiz. Crawl-a-boitom. 

South Carolina to Louisiana. 

Hadropterua nigrofaaoiatua Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts, xvii, 1854, 305, 
Mobile, Alabama. 

Genus 470. HTFOHOinTS Cope. 
Hppohomua Cope, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. Phila. 1870, 449 {aurantiaouii), 

Smbgenns SWAINIA Jordma k ETermmnD. 

Swainia Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 1040, 1896 
(aquamatua), 

1457. Hypohomua squamataa (Gilbert Sc Swain). 

Upper Tennessee River basin; known from Watauga and French Broad 

rivers. 
Etheoaioma {Hadropterua) aquamatua Gilbert Sc Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 

1887, 50, French Broad River at mouth of Wolf Creek, Tennessee. 

Sibgensi HTP0H0XU8 Cope. 

1458. Hypohomua aurantiacua (Cope). 

Upper Tennessee Basin; North Fork of Holston, Clinch, Watauga, and 

French Broad rivers. 
Cottogaater aurantiacua Cope, Jour. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1869, 211, North 

Fork of Holston River, Saltville, Virginia. 

1459. Hypohomua cjrmatotauiia (Gilbert <& Meek). 

Western Kentucky and southern Missouri. 

Etheoaioma (Hadropterua) cymatotcenia Gilbert &, Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 
1887, 51, Niangua River and Osago Fork of the Gasconade near Marsh- 
field, Missouri ; Sac River near Greenfield, Missouri. 

1460. Hypohomua nianguse (Gilbert &. Meek). 

Niangua River, Missouri. 

Etheoatoma {Hadropterua) nianguas Gilbert Sc Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 
1887, 52, Niangua River near Marshtield, Missouri. 

1461. Hypohomua apUotus (Gilbert). 

Kentucky River. 

Etheoatoma niangu(B apiloium Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat.^vi^. V^,^^,^\xvT^<8kWa. 

Creek, a tributary of Kentucky River, neat TraxeWet^ '^ia^X, O'wv^^^ 

County, Kentucky, 



360 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FI8HBRIES. 

Genu 471. 00TT0QA8TEB Patnam. 

Cottogasier Putnaniy Ball. Mns. Comp. Zool., i, 5, 186S {imtMiimimm 
not of DeKay = copelandi). 

Sabgrau COTTOOASTKB PatemM. 

1462. Cottogaater nranidaa Jordan Sc Gilbert. 

Lower Wabash Baatn to aonthem MiMonri, aoath throni^h Arkaosai aal 

Alabama to Escambia River, Florida. 
Elheostoma (Cottogaster) vranidea Jordan Sl Qilbert, Proo. U. 8. Nai. Mot. 

1887, 48, Washita River, ArkadJphia, Axkanaas. 

1463. Cottogaater oopelandi (Jordan). 

Great Lakes region, ftom Lake Champlain to Lake Huron and aoolh to Iht 
Black Warrior, westward to Missoari and throagh th« Oaark regioa, 
where it ia abundant, as also abont IndianMK>lia in dear brooks. 

Eheocrypia copelandi Jordan, BulL U. 8. Nat. MTui., x, 9, 1877, White Riw 
near Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Sib^enis IMOSTOMA iordsn. 
ImotUma Jordan, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 49 (•J^mardi). 

1464. Cottogaater ahnmardi (Girard). 

Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois southward to Kentuokvand 
Sadropterui §humardi Girard. Proo. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1869, 100, 
River ne^r Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

Oeims 472. ULOCEHTRA Jordan. 

Ulocentra Jordan, Man. Vert. E. U. S., ed. 2, 223, 1878 {atripitmU). 

1465. Ulooentra atigmasa (Jordan). Speck. 

Tennessee and Arkansas to Georgia and Louisiana. 

Boleoeoma etigmmum Jordan, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1876, 311, small 
tributaries of Etowah and Oostanaula rivers near Rome, Georgia. 

1466. Ulooentra gilbertl Evermann Sl Thobum. 

CliDch River at Walker Ford, near Tazewell, Tennessee. 

Ulocentra gilberti Evermauu 6c Thobum, in Jordan &, Evermann. Fishes of 

North and Middle America, 1049, 1896, Clinch River at Walker Ford, 

near Tazewell, Claiborne County, Tennessee. 

1467. TTlocentra vereounda (Jordan & Evermann). 

Tributaries of Holston River, Virginia. 

£th€08toma rerecundum Jordan & Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1888, 360, 

Middle Fork of Holston River, about 5 miles south of Glade Spring. 

Virginia. 

1468. Ulocentra histrio Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Southern Indiana, south westward to Arkansas; known ftt>m the lower 
Wabash aud tributaries, Greeu River, Kentucky, and Black, Poteau, and 

AVatthitu rivers, Arkansas. 
Ethvoxioma ( lloct-nira) hxHtrio Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 18?<7. 
17, Poteau River near Hackett Citj-, Arkausas; Saline River at Benton, 
and Washita Kiver at Arkadclphia, Arkansas. 

1469. Ulocentra simotera (Cope). 

Western Virginia, eastern Kentucky and Tennessee, in the basins of the 
Green, Cumberland, and Tennessee rivers, southward through Alabama 
to the Escambia River. 

Ilyontoma HxmoUrnm Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 215, Holston River 
and its tributaries, near Nashville, Tennessee. 

1470. Ulocentra phlox (Cope). 

Trinity River, Texas. 

liokoxoma phlox Cope, Hull. V. S. Nat. Mus., xvii, 30, 1880, Trinity River 
at Fort Worth, Texas. 




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0HECK-LI8T OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 361 

478. DIFUKION BaltaMtqiM. 
lM^le§Um RftfliMeqoe) Ichth. OhiensiB, S7, 1820 (blenniaideB). 

1471. Diploslon blAimioides Rafinesqae. Greem-nded Darter, 

PttmBylrania to Soath Dakota and Kansas, south to lower Alabama Basin. 
Mtk9Q9lamm {DipkHon) hlennioides Rafiuesqne, Jour, do Physique 1819, 419, 
Ohio River. 

e«ns 474 BOLBO0OMA DeXaj. TessellaM IhirUrt, 
Boleoeema DeKay, New York Fauna: Fishes, 20, 1842 itf99ellatmm=oIm9tedi). 

m 

1472. Boloofloma longtmantui (Jordan). 

James River, Virginia; recorded from North River at Loch Laird, Virginia; 

Baffaio Creek near Lexington, Virginia ; Elk Creek near Nataral Bridge, 

Virgiaia. 
EtkeoBtoma langimana Jordan, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1888, 179, tributary of 

James River, Virginia. 

1473. Bolaoaoma podoatemone (Jordan & Jenkins). 

Roanoke River basin, Virginia. 

EtkeoBiawia podostemone Jordan Sl Jenkins, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 359, 
Roanoke River at Roanoke, Salem, and Alleghany Spring, Virginia. 

1474. Boleoaoma nigmm (Rafinesque). Johnny Darter, 

Eastern United States, Ohio Valley, Great Lakes region, and Upper His- 
sissippi, west to Colorado and north to Manitoba. 

EiheoeUma nigrum Rallnesque, Ichth. Ohiensis, 37, 1820, Green River, Ken- 
tucky. 

1474a. Bolaoaoma nigmm olmstedi (Storer). Tessellated Darter; Grand Oranchee, 

Lake Ontario to Massachusetts and south to North Carolina east of the 

Alleghanies. 
Btkeoeiama olwatedi Storer, Jour. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., iv, 1841, 61, pi. 5, tig. 2, 

Hartford, Connecticut. 

1474b. Bolaoaoma nigrum efitdgena (Girard). 

Maryland to North Carolina. 

ArUia efnigensQinid, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 64, brooks and streams 
flowing into Potomac River. 

1474a Boleoaoma nigrum Texillare (Jordan). 

Tributaries of the James, Roanoke, and Rappahannock rivers. 
Boleosoma rexillare Jordan, Ptoc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 237, Rappahannock 
River at Warrenton, Virginia. 

1474d. Boleoaoma nigrum maculatioepa Cope. 

Upper waters of Catawba River, North Carolina. 

Bofeomma maculoHeeps Cope, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 1870, 269, upper waters 
of Catawba River, North Carolina. 

1474e. Boleoaoma nigrum measeum (Cope). 

Platte River near Fort Kearney, Nebraska. 

F€KiUekthws mea<BM8 Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 232, Platte River 
near Fort Kearney, Nebraska. 

1475. Boleoeoma auaanas Jordan Sl Swain. 

Basin of upper Cumberland River, Kentucky. 

BoUoeatnasneamai Jordan &, Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus.1883, 249, Wolf Creek 

and other tributaries of the Clear Fork of Cumberland River, near 

Pleasant View, Whitley County, Kentucky. 

8akf«i«i TAILLANTU JoHsa. 
VaillatMa Jordan, BulL U. S. Nat. Mus., xii, 89, 1878 {camurum), 

1470. Boleoaoma camurum Forbes. 

Indiana to Iowa and Mississippi, southwest to Houston, Texas. 

Boleoeoma camtira Forbes, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat Hist., i, 40, 1878 (name preoccn- 
Diet! in £theoetoma, not in Boltosoma^ : Cach« U\\*«t «kiL<\ C\«^\ Vl\%iftk^ 
Unioa County; Johnson Coanty, andPeVmi Y^qSb. 



362 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FIBHERIEa 

GttLOt 476. CEY8TALLARIA Jordan * GUbtrt 

Crystallaria Jordan &, Gilbert, in Jordan, Cat. Fiahea N. A., 78, 1885 {wh 

prellu9), 

1477. Cr]nitallaria aaprella (Jordan). 

Soathern Indiana and lUinoiH to ArkansaB and Alabama, ebiefly in the lamr. 
clearer Htream». Recorded from Ohio River at Rising San, Indiana ; W»- 
baHh River at New Harmony, Vincennes, and Terre Haate; Green Kiv«r. 
Kentucky; Choccolo Creek, Alabama, and Washita River, Arkansas; 
besides toe original locality in Illinois. 

Pleurolepis asprellus Jordan, Bull. 111. Lab. Nat. Hist., ii, 38, 1878, rcx'ky trib- 
utary of Mississippi River in Hancock County, Illinoia. 

Gemifl 476. AlCMOGBYFTA Jordan. Samd Darten. 
Ammocrypta Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., x, 6, 1877 (beamH), 

1478. Ammocrypta pellncida (Baird). Sand Darter, 

Lake Erie to Minnesota^ Kentucky, and Texas. 

Plcurolepnis pellucidu9 Baird, in Agassiz, Bull. Mas. Comp. Zool., 1, 5, 1863, no 

locality ; the specimens from Black River, Ohio, the types of Eih909t9ma 

pelluoidum Baird MS. 1863. 

1478a. Ammocrypta pellncida clara Jordan Sl Meek. 

Mississippi Valley, Wabash River west to central Iowa and MinneHOta, and 

soutn to Arkansas and northern Texas. 
Ammocrypta clara Jordan &, Meek, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mua. 1885, 8, Dea Moines 

River, Ottumwa, Iowa. 

1478b. Ammocrypta pellncida vivax (Hay). 

Mississippi and northwest tbroufi^h Arkansas and south to Texas. 
Ammocrypta Hvax Hay, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., II, 1882 (1883), 58, Pearl River, 
Jackson, Mississippi. 

1479. Ammocrypta beanli Jordan. 

Gulf States, Alabama to Louisiana. 

Ammocrypta beatiii .Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., X, 5, 1877, Notalbany River. 
Tic'kfuw, Louisiana. 

Oenos 477. lOA Jordan ft Brasrton. 
Joa Jordan & Brayton, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xii, 88, 1878 (rl/rea). 

1480. loa vitrea (Cope). 

Southeastern Virginia and eastern North Carolina. 

racilU'hthys vitreus Cope, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. Phila. 1870, 263, Walnut 
Creek, a tributary of Neuse Hiver, Wake County, North Carolina. 

1481. loa vigil Hay. 

Prarl Kiver, Jackson, Mississippi. 

loa rifiil Hay. Hull. U. S. Fish Com. ii, 1882 (1883), 59, Pearl River, Jackson. 
Mississippi. ^ 

OenoB 478. ETHEOSTOMA Bafinesqne. 

Kthto^toma Katim's(iue, Jour, de Physique 1^19. 419 (raprothM^ hlennioidrM, 
tlabeUaris : first rc>tricte<l ]>y Apassiz, 18r>l. to a^pro, wrongly identiticd 
as ^'blenuioidea^' ; rfstrirte<l l>y Cope &. Jordan 1877 to Jtalit I larit). 

SabrenoH ?(]•.( ILK IITIITS A^AHitlz. 
rucilivhthyH Agassi/, Am. Jour. Sri. Art** \>^'y\, 'M^ (rariatu$). 

1482. Etheostoma variatum Kirtland. 

Ohio Kiv«r ])a^in, from \v«'^tern Pennsylvania to Koutu<ky. 
KtheoHtonut rnr'iatnm Kirtlaiul, Zooloi^y of Ohio. 1()8, 192, 1838, Mnhonin;; 
lii\ • r. < >hio. 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 363 

SubyeaBi XAN08T0MA PBtBAm. 

^aiiastoifia Putnam, in Jordan, Bull. U. S.Nat. Mus., x, 6, 1877 (zonaZw); 
not Ifanno$iomu» Gtlnther. 

1483. BtheoBtoma si^azmanoa Jordan «& Evermann. 

Upper waters of the TenneRsee River in Middle and South ForkH of the 

Holston and the South Fork of the Swannanoa. 
Etheostoma swannanoa Jordan &, Evermann, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888,360, 

South Pork of Holnton River, Holstein Mills. Virginia ; Middle Fork of 

Holston River, Marion, Virginia, and South Pork of Swannanoa River, 

Black Mountain, North Carolina. 

1484. Btheoatoma thalassinnm (Jordan «& Bray ton). 

Santee River basin in North and South Carolina. 

Nothonoiu9 thaUi89inu8JoTdfin <& Brayton, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mns., xii, 13, 1878, 
Reedy River, Greenville, South Cairolina: Catawba River and tributaries 
in North Carolina; Eunoree River, Chick Springs, South Carolina, and 
Saluda River, Pan's Mill, South Carolina. 

1485. Etheostoma inBoriptnm (Jordan &. Brayton). 

Oconee River, Georgia. 

NothanotM inscripius Jordan & Brayton, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., xii, 34, 1878, 
Ooonee River, Sulphur Springs, Hall County, Georgia. 

1486. Etheostoma blennins Gilbert «& Swain. 

Northern Alabama, in streams tributary to the Tennessee River. 
Eiheostoma (Rhotkaca) hleunius Gilbert <& Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 

55, Cox Creek and Shoal Creek, tributary to Tennessee River, Florence, 

Alabama. 

1487. Btheoatoma mpestre Gilbert &. Swain. 

North River, a tribntarv of Black Warrior River, Alabama. 
Eiheostoma rupestre Gilbert &, Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1887, 57, North 
River, near Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

1488. Etheostoma elegans (Hay). 

Chickasawha River, Mississippi. 

Nanoatoma elegans Hay; Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 493, shallow rocky branch 
of Chickasawha River, Enterprise, Mississippi. 

1489. Btheoatoma zonale (Cope). 

Mississippi Valley from Ohio and northern Indiana (Kankakee River) west 
through Iowa and south througli Kentucky and Tennessee into Ala- 
bama, Louisiana, and Arkansas. 

PoBcilichthys zanalia Cope, Jour. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1868, 212, Holston River, 
Virginia. 

1489a. Etheostoma sonale arcansanam Jordan & Gilbert. 

Ozark region of Missouri and Arkansas. 

Etheostoma zonale arcansanum Jordan &. Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1886, 

5, Spring River, Carthage, Missouri; James River, Marshfield, Missouri; 

Potean River, Hackett City, Arkansas ; Washita River, Arkadelphia, 

Arkansas, and Saline River, Benton, Arkansas. 

BibyeaBt IfOTHOTrOTTS Agaatii. 

NothoHotva Agassiz, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., i, 3, 1863 (maoulatue). 

1490. Etheostoma camurum (Qope). Blue-breasted Darter. 

Indiana and Ohio to Tennessee. 

PcBoilichthjfs oamurtu Cope, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. Phila. 1870, 265, head- 
waters of Cumberland River in Tennessee. 

1491. Etheostoma ▼ulneratnm (Cope). 

Prench Broad River. 

JPieoilMthffi vulneratM Cope, Proc. Amer. Pblloa. ^c.'PYiVX&AW^,7^, \;!?tew- 
Urjr ofFnBob Broad Biver, Warm 8pringB,'Sott\i 0«to\2aiab. 



864 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH IHD FI8HEBIE8. 

1492. Zatheoatoma maoulatuin Kirtland. 

Ohio and Indiana southward through Kentnckr and ToniMMee to nortbcn 
Alabama, iu tributaries of the Wabash, Ohio, Cumberland, and Tso- 
nessee riYorSt 

Etkeostoma maculata Kirtland, Jour. Boat Soc. Mat Hiai. 1840^ 976^ Mahontng 
Rivar, Ohio. 

1493. ZStheoatoma cinerenm Storer. 

Tennessee and Cumberland rivers; Tennessee Rirer at FUmnoo. Alabama; 

Obeys River at Olympus, Tennessee ; Rock Cxeek near Whitley Station, 

Kentucky. 
Eikeostoma dnerea Storer, Proc. Bost. Soo. Nat. Hist. 1845, 49, Florence, Ala. 

1494. Htheoatoma teaaellatnm Storer. 

Florence, Alabama. 

Etheo9Uma teasellata Storer, Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 1845, 48, T 
River at Florence, Alabama. 

1495. Btheoatoma nifilineatom (Cope). 

Upper tributaries of the Tennessee, Cumberland, and Green rivera. 
Pcecilickthya rujilineiitus Cope, Proc. Amer. PhUos. Soc. 1870, 987, Wi 
Springs Creek, French Broad River, Madison County, North Carolina. 

1496. Btheoatoma Jordan! Gilbert. 

Tributaries of Coosa River in the Alabama River basin. 

Etheostama (Notkanoiue) jardani Gilbert, Bull. U. 8. Fiah Com., n, 1881 
(1891), 156, pi. 43, fig. 3, Choocolo Creek, Oxford, Alabama, and Cheat- 
nut Creek, verbena, Alabama. 

S«bgeBBt TOBBETTTABU Jordan 4 Efenuuui. 
Tarreniaria Jordan &, Evermaiin, Fishes N. and M. Am., 1080, 1896 (aMSfra/e). 

1497. Etheoatoma aagitta (Jordan Sl Swain). 

Cumberland River. 

PoBciHokihys sagitta Jordan 6c Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat Mna. 1883, 250, Wolf 
Creek, near Pleasant View, Whitley County, Kentucky. 

1498. Etheostoma anstrale Jordan. 

Chihuahua River, Mexico, in Rio Grande Basin. 

Etheoitoma au$traU J ordaUf Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 362, Chihuahua River, 
Mexico ; based on the types of Diple$i<m fasciatus Girard. 

Kabgeaan MTICOLA JordAB A ETermAim. 
Xiricola Jordjin & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Am., 1082, 1896 (horeah), 

1499. Btheoatoma boreale (Jordan). 

St. Lawrence Kiver at Montreal, Canada. 

Pcecilirhthys borealis Jordau, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1884, 477, Montreal, Canada. 

SBbftBBN RAFINESqUlELLUS Jordan A Efermaan. 
Eafinesquiellus Jordan 6i Evcrmann, Fishes N. and M. Am., 1082, 1896 {poiitii), 

1500. Etheostoma pottsii (Girard |. 

Streams of Chihuahua, Mexico, in Rio Grande Basin. 

Aphsion pottftii (misprinted potsii) (rirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 102, 
tributaries of Chihuahua Kiver, Mexico. 

SDhrenuM OLICJOCEPHALUS Glranl. 

( HigocephaluB (»irard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 67 {lepidua), 

1501. Etheostoma iov^ae Jordan & Meek. 

Tpper Mississippi Valley from Iowa and Nebraska north to Assiniboia: 

coTTituou northwestward. 
KtheoHioma ioinv .Jordan iV Meek, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1885, 10, Chariton 

Kiver, Chariton, Iowa. 

1502. Etheostoma jessi^e i.lordan & Brayton). 

Indiana to Iowa ami south to Mississippi and Texas. 

^aviluhthyM jetfsia .Jordan & Rraytou,\\\ .loxOLiiw, ^VA\i.N"«t\,.,«^L.^*K^A^?^. 
I C'liickaniaugu Kiver, Kiuggold, Oeoi\i*\a. 



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1503. BtheoBtoma lateovinctum Gilbert A, Swain. 

Stone River, Tenneasee. 

S^^eoHoma luUovinctum Gilbert & Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887, 58, 
Stone River near NasbviUe, Tenoeseee. 

1504. BtheoBtoma lepidogenjrB Evermann &, Kendall. 

Rio Comal, Texas. 

Etheostoma lepidogenya Evermann & Kendall, Bnll. U. S. Fisb Com., xn, 
1882 (Feb. 6, 1894), 114, pi. 35, fig. 3, Rio Comal, New Braonfels, Texas. 

1505. BtheoBtoma ccBraleum Storer. Blue Darter; Bainhow Darter; Soldier-fieK 

Mississippi Valley ; Ohio Valley. 

Eikeeetojma oeeralea Storer, Proo. Host. Soo. Nat. Hist. 1845, 47. 

1505a. Btheoatoma oosmlenm speotabile (Agassis). 

Mississippi Valley, Indiana to Missoari. 

Pcdeiliohthys BpecttAilU Agassiz, Am. Jour. Soi. Arts 1854, 304, Osage River, 
Missouri. 

1506. BtheoBtoma lepidum (Baird & Girard). 

Streams of Arkansas, Texas, and Chihnabna. 

Boleaeoma lepida Baird & GKrard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1853, 388, upper 
tributaries of the Rio Nueces, Texas. 

1507. BtheoBtoma tippeoanoe Jordan & Evermann. 

Tippecanoe River, Indiana. 

Etheoetoma tippeoanoe Jordan Sl Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 8, 

ggnre that of Etheoetama camurum by mistake), Tippecanoe River, 
arshland, Indiana, 

1506. BtheoBtoma ponotulatnm (Agaasiz). 

Ozark region of southwestern Missouri. 

FcteUichtkife pumfiuUUua Agassiz, Am. Jour. Soi. Arts 1854, 304, Osage River, 
Missouri 

1509. BtheoBtoma oraginl Gilbert. 

Western portion of the Arjtansas River basin, from Garden City, Kansas, to 

Canyon City, Colorado. 
Eikeostoma oraglni Gilbert, Bull. Washburn College Laboratorv for March 

and April, 1885, 99, small stream connecting the " Lake '' at Garden 

City, Kansas* with Arkansas River. 

1510. BtheoBtoma obeyense Kirsch. 

Tributaries of Cumberland River in Clinton County, Kentucky. 

Eiheo8tama oheyenee Kirsch, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., x, 1890 (1892). 292, Indian 
Creek, Spring Creek, Smith Creek, and Albany Branch, all tributaries 
of Cumberland River in Clinton County, Kentucky. 

1511. BtheoBtoma page! Meek. 

Spring: branch, tributary to Neosho River, Neosho, ^o., in Arkansas Basin. 
Etheostoma pagei Meek, Am. Nat. 1894, 957, spring branch on U. S. Fish 
Commission grounds, Neosho, Missouri. 

1512. BtheoBtoma virgatom (Jordan). 

Tributaries of Cumberland River in western Kentucky. 
FacUiohihye virgatue Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 236, Rock Castle 
River, Livingston, Kentucky. 

Ksfegms OliABICCHiA Jevlsa * ETemms. 
Clarieola Jordan & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Amer., 1093, 1896 (julice), 

15134 BtheoBtoma Julias Meek. 

Basin of White River, Missouri. 

EtkeaeUma Julia Meek, BnU. U. S. Fish Com., ix, 1889 (1891), 130, pi. 42, 
fig. 2, James River, near Springfield, Missouri. 

1514. BtheoBtoma arteaiaB (Hay). 
Georgia to central Texas. 

J^afdiUehtkvi artegim Hay, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mna. lB8ft, 4a^, twim «* %tm2i\ 
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1515. BtheoBtoma alabanue (Gilbert d& Swain). 

Black Warrior and Bis Catawba rivers, Alabama. 

EtheosUnna whipplei aTabam€B Gilbert A, Swain, Proe. U. 8. Nat. Moa. 1887, 
62, Black Warrior River near Morris and Toscalooaa, Aiabama. 

1516. EtheoBtoma whipplii (Girard). 

Lower Arkansas Basin, locally abundant in clear tribntariee of the Salinr, 

Washita, etc. 
Boleichthys whipplii Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1860, 108, Coal Creek, 

Arkansas. 

1517. Etheoatoma aquamloepa Jordan. 

Lower Wabash Valley, Indiana, through western Kentnoky and TennesMc 

to Georgia and western Florida. 
Eiheo$ioma 8quamioep$ Jordan, Bull. U. S. Nat. Mns., X, 11, 1877, RdmsII- 

ville, Kentucky. 

SibycBBt ETHE08T0MA lUllieiqie. 

1518. Etheoatoma flabellare Rafinesqns. Fan-tailed DarUr, 

New York to Virginia, west to Iowa, and south to Sonth Carolina and noith- 

eru Alabama. 
Etkeostoma flahellaria Rafinesque, Jour, de Physique 1819, 419, tributaries 

of Ohio River. 

1518a. Etheoatoma flabellare oomberlandiciim (Jordan A Swain). 

Brooks in Cumberland Mountains tributary to Cumberland River. 

Etheostoma cumberlandicum Jordan Sl Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 188S. 251, 
small streams of the Cumberland Mountains: Wolf Creek and Briar 
Creek near Pleasant View, Whitley County, Kentucky. 

1518b. Etheoatoma flabellare lineolatnm (Agassiz). 

Minnesota to northern Indiana and northern Missouri. 
Catonotus Uneolatus Agassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts 1884, 906, small creek, near 
Quincy, Illinois. 

Genus 479. ALVABIUS Girard. 
Alranu9 Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1868, 101 (lafsrvlis). 

1519. Alvarius lateralis Girard. 

Kio Grande. 

Alvanim lateralis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 101, mouth of Rio 
Grande. 

Genoa 480. PSYCHR0MA8TEB Jordan ft Evermann. 

Psychromaater .Jor<1an «&, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 1099, 

1896 (tuBCumbia), 

1520. Paychromaster tuscumbia (Gilbert Sc Swain). 

TeTineHsee River bnsin in northern Alabama. 

Etheoitoma tuscumbia (lilbert & Swain. Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1887,63, streams 
How in); from the large spring at Tuscumbia, Alabama. 

Oenus 481. COPELANDELins Jordan & Evermann. 

Copt lamb UuH .Jordan & Evermann, FiBhes North and Middle America, 110i\ 

181*ti (quivxcius). 

1521. Copelandellus quiescens (Jordan). 

Swainps an<l streams of the lowlands from Virginia to Florida ; known fn>ni 
Black water River, Zuiii. Virginia; Allapaua River, Nashville, Georpa: 
and various streaiiiH in Florida. 

Panlichtlijfn ifiticMcniH .Ionian, Troc. V. S. Nat, Mns. 1884, 478, tributary of 
Allaj>alia Ivivrr, Nashville, Georgia. 

OenoB 482. BGLEICHTHTS Oirard. 

Ihleichthys (iiranl. Proc A'-. Nat. Sri. Phila. 18.59, 103 (ejrilis). 

1522. Boleichthys fusiformis ((iirardK 

MassachusettH to the Kio (iran<l«' ami west to MinneHota. 

le4>8oina /iiHi/armiH (iirar«\, Pvt>c. \U>h\. Soc. '^sivV. \V\*\. \^SbV, W, C\«a\«^ 
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1523. Boleichthys exUis Girard. 

Upper Missoari River basin and Red River of the North. 
Boleichthys erilis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 103, Little Maddy 
River, a tributary of the Upper Missouri. 

6«iiiu4S8. MICBOPEBCA Putnam. 
Mieroperca Putnam, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., i, 4^ 1863 (punctulata), 

1524. Mieroperca prceliaris (Hay). 

Alabama and Mississippi, in lowland streams and ponds. 
Mtarins prceliaris Hay, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 496, small branch of the 
Tascumbia River at Corinth, Mississippi. 

1525. Mieroperca ptmcttilata Putnam. Least Darter, 

Northwestern States; Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota, south to Arkan- 
sas; rare ontside of tributaries of the Great Lakes. 

Mieroperca jpunctulata Putnam, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., i, 4, 1863, various 
points m Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Alabama; those from Ala- 
oama were probably M. prasliaris (Hay). 

1526. Mieroperca fonticola (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Arkansas and Texas, in clear rocky streams; known only from Washita 
River at Arkadelphia; Ban Marcos River at San Marcos, Texas; Comal 
Creek at New Braunfels, Texas. 

Alvarius fonticola Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1886, 23, San 
Marcos River at San Marcos, Texas. 

Family CXIaVI. CHEILODIPTERID21. The King of the Mnlleta. 

Gttuu 484. APOGOH Lao6pdde. King of Mullets. 
Apogon Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 411, 1802 {ruher = imherhis), 

1527. Apogon imberbis (Linnfens). King of the Mullets; Alfoncino; Fucinita, 

Mediterranean and neighborinp^ waters: one f^om Newport, Rhode Island, 

and one from the island of Femanoo Noronha. 
Mullus imberhis Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 300, 1768, Malta; after Artedi. 

1528. Apogon dovii Giinther. 

Mazatlan to Panama. ,^. , ..^ 

Apogon dovii Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1861, 371, Panama. 

/ ... 

1529. Apogon retroaella (Gill). Cardenal. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Amia retrosella Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 251, Cape San Lucas. 

1530. Apogon macnlatos (Poey). VI^c^a**^ 

Pensacola to Bahia; common on the ''Snapper Banks"; often found in the 

stomachs of snappers and groupers. 
Monoprion maculatus Poey, Memorias, ii, 123, 1860, Cuba 

1531. Apogon binotatna (Poey). ^lAm/^ 

Caba. 

Amia Unoiata Poey, Repertorio, 234, 1867, Cuba. 

1532. Apogon pigmentarina (Poey). 

Caba; common at Havana. 

Monoprion pigmentarius Poey, Memorias, ii, 123, 1860, Cuba. 

OflBiif 4S6. APOGOHIOSIHTB Bleeker. 
Apogoniehihjfs Bleeker, Floris, 321, 1854 (perdir). 

1533. Apogooiohthya alntua (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Snapper Banks off Pensacola and Tampa, Florida. 
* Apown alutuB Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mw%. 1^^, ^^, ^xA Vi^ 
Bjmop^ 981, 1883, Snapper Banks off Peneacola, V\&. 



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Apogonieh>ihjf» sielUUut Cope, TranB. Amer. Fhiloe. See. 1S06^ 400, K 

Bahama Islands. 

1535. Apogoniohthya ptmcticulatiui Poey. 

Cuba. 

Apogonichthyt pHnoiiculatut Poey, Repertorio, ii, 233, 1867, Cub*. 

Ge&nt 486. OL068AKIA GilL 

aiossamia Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. PhiU. 1863, 82 {apriom). 



1536. Gloaaamla pandionla (Goode &, Bean). 

Deep water off Chesapeake Bay. 

Apogon pandianit Goode A Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 100, deep water 



Oems 487. BPIGOHIII Baflnstque. 

Epigonus Rafinesque, Indice Ittiol. Sicil., 64, 1810 (mmer^1kaimus=:ttU 
soopum), 

U37. Bpigonua oooidentalia Goode & Bean. 

Off Barbados. 

Epigonus oeddentalU Goode A Bean, Oeeaaic Ichtbydogy, 233, 1896, off 
Barbados. 

Genus 488. CHEHODIPTBBUB Iao6pMle. 

Cheilodipierus Lao^pMe^ Hist. Nat Poisa.,ni^ 588, 1808 (Ml/a/rte, sumt^m, 
eto. ; restricted i>y Cuyier Sl Valenciennes in 4828 to maerodim). 

1538. Cheilodlpterua afflnia Poey. 

Caba. 

Cheilodipterua affinis Poey, Ann. Ac. Nat. Soi. N. Y., XI, 1876, 58, Hsrana. 

Oenns 489. AMUCHTUTB Posj. 
Amiichihy$ Poey, in Jordan, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1886, 586 (dUtpUnu). 

1539. Amiichthya diapterua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Genus f diapteru$ Poey, Synopsis^ 305, 1861, Cuba. 

Oenns 490. 8PHTR2BHOPS Gill. 
Sphyranops Gill, in Poey, Memorias, ii, 3*19, 1861 (bairdianu9), 

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1540. Sphyrsenops bairdlanns Poey. 

Cuba. 

Sphyrwnops hairdianus Poey, Memorias, ii, 350, 1861, Cuba. 

Oenni 491. 8C0MBR0P8 Temminck & Schlegel. 
ScombropnTemm\nck & Schlcgel, Fauna Japonica, 118, lSi2 (ckeilodipteroidta), 

SabgenuK LATRBRIS Poey. 

LaUhruH Poey, Memorias, ii, 168, 1860 {oculatus). 

1541. Scombrops oculatus (Poey). Kscolar Chino. 

Coast of Cuba. 

LaUbruH oculatus Poey, Memorias, ii. 168. with plate, 1860, Cuba. 

Oenns 492. HYPOCLTDOKIA Ooode & Bean. 

If ypo< I ydonia iioode *V Hean, Oceanic Ichthyology, 236, fig. 237. 1896 (ftf//a>. 

1542. Hypoclydonia bella (too<le cV- Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Hjfporhfdonia hella Goode iV Hean, Oceania Ichthyology, 236, 1896, Gulf 
Stream at Albatross Stations 2314 in 159 fathoms, ^91 in 280 fathoms 
2401 in 142 fathoms, 2417 in <r> fathom.s, 2418 in 90 fathoms, 2425 in 119 
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Family CZLVn. CBNTROPOMID2I. The Robalos. 

0«niis 403. GIHIBOFOMUS Iao4pU«. Robaloi, 

Ceniropomus Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 248, 1802 (lucioperca, undecimaUSf 
etc. ; KstrictMl to undecimali$ by Cuyier &> ValeDcieimes;. 

1543. Centropomos viridis Lockington. Bohalo, 

Pacific Coast of Mexico ; common from Gulf of California to Panama. 
CentropomuB vtriditf Lockington, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., vii, 1876 (1877), 110, off 
Ascension Island, Lower California. 

1544. Centropomos undeoimalie (Bloch). Bohalo; Sergeant-flsh ; Snook; Brocket 

de Mer. 

Coasts of Florida and Texas southward among the West Indies to Surinam 

or beyond. 
Sekena undecimalis Bloch, Ichthyol., vi, 60, pi. 303, 1792, Jamaica. 

1545. Centropomue nlgrescene Gtinther. Bohalo Prieio. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; generally common Arom Mazatlan to 

Panama. 
Contrqpomus nigreacena Gilnther, Fishes Central America, 407, 1860, Chiapas. 

154€. Centropomos pedimacola Poey. Can§ianiino de las Aletas Prietas; Bohalito 
ae lae Aletae Prieiae, 

Both coasts of tropical America; common in Cnba, Jamaica, and sonth to 

Brazil and from Mazatlan to Panama. 
Centropomuepediinaoula Poey, Memorias, ii, 122, I860, Havana and Cien- 

faegos, Cuba. 

1547. Centropomos grandooolatos Jenkins & Evermann. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Centropomus grandooulaiue Jenkins &. Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns.1888, 
1^, Goaymas, Sonora. 

1548. Centropomos oovleri Boconrt. 

Haiti. 
. Ceniropomue ouvieri Booonrt, Ann. So. Nat. Paris 1868, 91, Haiti. 

1549. Centropomos mextoanos Boooort. 

Both coasts of Mexico; recorded from Gulf of Mexico and from Oaxaoa. 
Ceniropomus mexioanus Bocoort, Ann. So. Nat. Paris 1868, 90, Golf of Mexico. 

1550. Centropomos parallelos Poey. 

Coasts of Cnba; San Domingo, Jamaica, Barbados, and Rio Chagres; 

Gniana, Pemambnoo, and Bahia. 
Ceniropomue parallelue Poey, Memorias, ii, 120, 1860, Havana and Cienfhegos, 

Cuba. 

1551 Centropomos pectinatos Poey. 

Coasts of Cnba. 

Cei^opomue peotinatue Poey, Memorias, n, 122, 1860, Havana and Cienfnegos, 
Cnba. 

1552. Centropomos onionensis Boconrt. 

Pacific Coast of Central America : rather common at Panama. 
Cenirovomue unioneneie Boconrt, Ann. So. Nat. Paris 1868, 90, La Union, San 
Salvador. 

1553. Centropomos armatos GiU. 

Pacific Coast of Central America; common from Chiapas to Panama. 
Ceniropomue armaiue Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 163, Panama. 

1554. C e ntropomiis robalito Jordan & Gilbert. Coneianiino; Bohalito de lae Aletae 

Amarillae, * 

Pacific Coast of Mexico from Mazatlan to Panama. 

CetUropamue rohalito Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 462, 
Mazatlan; Acapnlco. 

1555. Centrppomna afBnls Steindachner. 

Coast of Biasil, north to Belize. 

CmUntpomue affinie Steindachner, Ichth. Notizen,!, 1, p\. l,tL|^. \, \%l^>^fiX<(» 
JsuMiro Mad CaiahibM, Brazil; Demerara. 

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1556. Centropomus ensifenui Poey. 

West Indiea ; generally common fh>m Caba to SnrinMD. 
Centropomus ensiferus Poey, MemoriaSy li, 122, 1800, Havftoa. 

Family CZLVm. 8BRRANID2I. The Boa Daaaaa. 

Oenns 484. BOOCUS mtohiU. Striped Bane: 
RooouB Mitchill, Fishes of New York, 25, 1814 (itriatui — Hneaime). 

Sabgenai LEPIBEHA BAflnesqne. 
Lepibema Rafinesque, Icbth. Ohiensis, 23, 1820 {tkryeopti). 

1557. Rooous ohryaops (Rafinesqne). White Baes; White Lake-Baee, 

Great Lakes region, Upper Mississippi and Ohio yalleys, aooth to Washiu 

River. 
Perca chryeops Raflnesqae, Icbth. Ohiensis, 22, 1820, Falls of the Ohio. 

8«bge««i BOCCUS HIteMU. 

1558. Roocua lineatua (Bloch). Striped Base; Boekfieh; Roek, 

Atlantic coasts of North America from New Brunswick to Eaeambia Rircr, 
Florida; introdaced by the U. S. Fish Commission into Saeramcttto 
River, California. 

Sdfxna lineata Bloch, Icbth., ix, 63, pi. 306, 1792, " Mediterranean." 

Genus 486. MOBOHS mtohiU. WhiU Perek. 

IforoiicMitchill, Fishes of New York, 18, 1814 (r^fa mad jlav ee ceme ); the genoi 
properly a synonym of Perca. 

1559. Morone intermpta Gill. Yellow Ba$e, 

Lower Mississippi Valley north to Cincinnati, Terre Haute, and St. Lonis. 
Morone interrupta Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1860^118, St. Looia; Nev 
Orleans. 

1560. Morone americana (Gmelin). White Pereh, 

Atlantic Coast of North America from Nova Sootla to Sonth Carolina in 

brackish water, ascending streams, and freooently landlooked in ponds. 

Perca americana Gmelin, Syst. Nat., i, lu, 1308, I788, New York ; after Schupf. 

Oenos 496. LIOPROPOMA Oill. 
Liopropoma Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1882, 236 (a^frraas). 

1561. Liopropoma aberrana Poey. 

Coast of Cuba. 

Perca aberrant Poey, Memoriae, 11, 125, 1860, Cnba. 

Oenos 497. CHORISTISTIUM Oill. 

Chorististium Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 236 (ruhntm). 

1562. Chorististiam rubrum (Poey). 

Coast of Cnba. 

Liopropoma rubra Poey, Memoriae, ii^ 418, 1861, Hayana. 

OenuB 498. 8TERE0LEPI8 Ayres. Jewfuhes. 
Stertohpifi Ayrcs. Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1859, 28 {gigaa). 

1563. Stereolepis gigas Ayrew. California Jetrfi ah. 

Coast of Calitornia, uortli to the Faralloncs. 

StenolipiH gujas Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. IbOU, 28, sonthem California. 

Genus 499. POLYPRION Onvier. Wreckfiahea. 

Volyprion Cnvier, in Valenciennes. Mem. Mns., XI, 265, 1824 (oemiimi). 

1564. Pol3rprion americanu8(niocli A Scliueidcr). Wrerkfiah; Stone liaaa; Cernier, 

OtV c(»aHt nf Knr()j>e: Gulf Str«':un. 

Amphiprion annriratniH Bloch A. Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 205, pi. 47, IS^M, 
haHo<l on a <lrawin^ sent by Latham to Schneider representinij some fish 
called in America " gnom'': culled Jtnpluprxoii <xu%lTai\V» wa.'^V VI. 






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MO. eonOFIiBOTBUB am. SpanUk Flags. 
G9miopl0eirM9 Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 236, 237 (hi9panum), 

15€5. QooiopleotniB hlspanns (Cavier d& ValenoienneB). **Spani9h Flag"; Qua- 
iilibi E9pagnol; Biqfaiha de lo Alto. 

Wattlndiee; Cuba. 

PUeiropinM hi$panu9 Guv. &, Val., Hist. Nat. FoIbs.^ ii, 396, 1828; Martinique. 

G«ai 501. FEXBOMBTDPOV Gill. Enjambre$. 

P§iro9utopon Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. ScL Phila. 1865, 106 (guttatua Foej=ormm^ 
iaiuM). 

15M. Petrometopon panamanaia (Steindaohner). 

Panama. 

Serranua panatMiuii Stelndachner, Ichth. Beitr., iv, 1, with plate, 1871, 
Panama. 



West Indian faona^ Brazil to Florida Kejsj very common on Cuba coast. 
Sjpturu9 eruemtaiua Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poi8s.,iv, 



1567. Petrometopon omentatoa (Lac^p^de). Enjamhre; Coney; Rock Hind. 

common on Cuba coai 
157, pi. 4, fig. 1, 1803, Mar- 
tiniqae; on a copy, of Plamier's drawing. 

U67a. Petrometopon omentrntoa coronatoa (Cavier &. Valenciennes). 

West Indies, north to Key West. 

89rranu9 ooronaiM Guv. £ Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 371, 1828, Martinique. ^ ^ 

CkKBt 508. BODIA]|WBloelL Jaooh Everizens. W/^A.cajt^£>^>^^ 
AkNoimm Bloch, Ichtbyologia, 1790 {guttata, hodianua, etc., species with 
entire preopercle and spine on opercle). g j / ^' 

1M8. Bodianoa tssniopa (Cuvier & Valenciennes). '^ f^ 

Weet coast of Africa, straying to Florida. 

50iTattM« toiiiop« Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 370, 1828, Cape Verdea. 

X569. Bodianna fdl^na (Linnieas). (ruaiirere; Nigger-JUh; Tellow-JUh; BttUer- 
Jiak; Lemon-yellow Butter-ftah; Guativere Amarilla. 

West Indies; Bermuda and Florida Keys to Bahia. 

Lahrue fulrua Linnttos, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 287. 1758, Bahamas; after Catesby. 

1569a. Bodianoa fnlvua ruber (Bloch & Schneider). Red Guatirere; OuaiiWn; 
Bock Hind. 

Weat Indies, etc. ; very common. 

Crfmnocephalua ruber Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 346, pi. 67, 1801, on 
Carauna of Marcgrave; not EpinepkeJua ruber Bloch. 

lM8lx Bodlanua fulvua punotatoa (Linnsems). Nigger-fiak; Negro-fiah; Black 
Guatirere. 

West Indies, etc.: everywhere commoo. 

Pfrea punctata Lmnsus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 291, 1758, Bahamas; based on 
Catesby. 



Ii HBlflPHOBUS FM7. 
Momepkwma Poey, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y., x, 1869. 50 (dubiua). 

UTOl Bodlanua dubiua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Serranua dubiua Poey, Memoriae, u, 142, 1860, Cuba. 

1571. Bodlanua punctlteua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Memepkcrua punctiferua Poey, Enameratio, 21, 1875, Havana. 

Sakftasi BNNEIgTUS Jerdsa k ErtrmMun. 
Emneiatua Jordan &. Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Am., 1147, 1896 {aoanikiatiua). 

1572. Bodlanua aoanthiatiua Gilbert. 

Cape Lobes, eastern shore of Onlf of California. 

Somanuaaeantkiatiua (.iilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1891, 552. Cape LoIhm, eastern 
•here of Qulf of Califoruia at Albatross Station 3017, in 58 fathoms. 



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Oenns 608. EPIHEPHELUB BUmIl Oroupen, 

J^nephelua Bloch, Ichthyologia, 1798 (after mar^inmih, krmtinm$, 
ruber, etc. ; reetrioted to marginalU by aatilunt). 

Sab^enat SCH1ST0BU8 GUI. 
Schiatorus Gill, Proo. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1882, 287 (wyttediiM). 

1573. Bpinephelua myataoinna (Poey). Ckema de to Alto. 

West Indies south to Brazil. 

8errann9 my$taoinu9 Poey, Memoriaa, i, 52, tab. 10, fig. 1, 1861, Cttba. 

8«bgeB«s EPIIfBPHELUS Bloch. 

1574. Bpinephelua analogna Qill. Cabrilla Pinia. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; commoD on Paeifle Coast of Mexico. 
EpinephelM analogus Gill, Proo. Ao. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1863, 168, Pteiaiiia. 

1575. Bpinephelua adaoenaionia (Osbeck). Boek Hind; Cahra Mora. 

West Indies; Florida Kevs to Brazil: Ascension and Si. Helena islands. 
TrachinuM adsoenHoniB Osbeck, Iter Cnln., etc., 1757, aiid Kngliah edition, M^ 
1771, Ascension Island. 

^57€f. Bpinephelua guaza (Linnsens). Meron; Miro; Gfnots. 

Coasts of southern Europe and western Africa, ranging north to Englaad, 
southward to Cape of -Godd Hope, and west want to Rio Janeiro aad to 



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Lahnu guaza LinnsDUS, Syst. Nat., ed. z, 286, 1768^ '' Habitat in Pelago. 

1577. Bpinephelua labrifoxmia (Jenyns). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America: Cape San Lucas to Galaoagoa Islands. 
8erranu9 labriformU Jenyns, Zool. iBeagle^ Fishes, 8, pL 8» 1840; Galapagos. 

1578. Bpinephelua flaTolimbatua Poey. TMow-jinned Orauper. 

West Indies, north to Pensaoola. 

EpinephelM flavoUmbatu9 Poey, Repertories i, 188^ 1667, Cuba. 

1579. Bpinephelua niveatus (Cuvicr Sl Valenciennes). 

West Indies to Brazil, occasionally northward in the Gulf Stream aa f ai is 
Newport, Rhode Island, and Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

SerranuH niveatua Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., u, 380, 1828. 
Brazil. 

1580. Bpinephelua atriatus (Bloch). Xa^an Grouper; Hamlet; Chfma Criollm; 

Grouper; Rockfish, 

West Indian fauna; Key West to Brazil. 

Anihias Mtriatua Bloch, Ich thy ologia^ pi. 324, 1792, Martinique; on figure by 

Plumier. 

1581. Epinephelus maculosua (Cuvier &, Valenciennes). Cmbrilla; Bod Hind. 

West Indies, occasionally north to Charleston, Florida Keys, and the Ber- 
mudas; south to Brazil. 
Serraniia macuhaua Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss.. ii, 332. l$2H, 

Martinique. 

1582. Epinephelus dmmmond-hayi Goode &, Bean. Speckled Hind; John Patr, 

Berinudas, South Atlantic and Gulf Coast of United States: Charleston, 

South Carolina. 
Epitiephtlua drnmmond-hayi Goode & Itoan, Proc. V. S. Nat. Mus. 1878, 173, 174. 

IVnsacola; Bermuda. 

1583. Epinephelus morio (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Red Grouper; Chema Amen- 

f'ana: Chrrna de I'irero: Xtyrc. 

Athinti(- Coawt of America, Virginia to Rio Janeiro. 

SerranuH vwr'w Cuvier «V Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., U, 285, 1828, New 
York and Ban Domingo. 








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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 373 

Osnns 604. OABBUPA Jozdan. Black Groupers, 
Oarrupa Jordan, Ball. U. S. Fish Com., Vlii, 1888 (1890), 353 (nigHtus). 

84. Gharmpa nlgrita (Holbrook). Black JewJUh; Black Orouper; Mero de lo Alio, 

South Atlantio and Gulf Coast of the United States, Charleston and Pen- 

sacola to Cnba and Brazil; straying to Sicily. 
Serrantu nigriiua Holbrook, lohth. South Carolina, ed. i, 173, pi. 25, fig. 11, 

1856, Charleston, S, C. 

Oenns 606. PBOMIGBOFB Gill. Gua%a9. 
Prmnicrops Qill, in Poey, Synopsis, 287, 1868 (guasa), 

85. Promicropa gnttatna (Linnsens). Guasa; Spotted Jewfish; Merou. 

Both coasts of tropical America, north to Florida and Gulf of California, 

south to Brazil. 
Perca guttata Linn»a0, Syst. Nat, x, 292, 1758; after Marcgrave,Wlllaghby, 

etc. 

Oenns 606. ALPHE8TBB Bloeh ft Sehnsider. 
Alphestee Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichthyol., 236, 1801 {afer). 

88. Alpheates afer (Bloch). Quaaeta. 

West Indies; Cuba to Brazil. 

Epin^kelne afer Bloch, Ichthyologia, pi. 327, 1793, Acara, in Guinea. 

87. Alpheates multignttatQa (Gtinther). ^ 

Pacific Coast of tropical America ^'Aazatlan to Panama. 

Pleotropama multiguttatum Gttnther, Proo. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1866, 600, Panama. 

Qmau 607. DER1CAI0LEPI8 Gill. 
Ihrmatolepie Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 54 (j^netatue). 

Snbgeias LIOPBBCA GiU. 
Uaperoa Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 237 (inermia), 

Vk JQfiin^^c^l^P^ inaxmia (Cavier & Valenciennes): 
West Indies. 

Serranus inermU Cuyier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ix, 436, 1833, 
Antilles. 

8«b9«a«s DEBMAT0LEPI8 Gift 
DerwMtolepiB Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 54 (punetatua), 

89. Dermatolepis ptmotatna Gill. 

West coast of Mexico; Cape San Lucas; the Venados: the Revillagigedos. 
DermatolepiB punciatuB Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 54, Cape San 
Lucat. 

Geans 608. KTOIIBOPSBOA GilL 
Myeieroperca Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 80 (olfax), 

Ml««i«s ARCH0PB9CA J«iiui * BfeniMm. 
Arckoperca Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and lllddle America, 1171, 
1896 (boulengeri). 

>90. Myoteroperoa tMulengeri Jordan & Starks. Cahrilla Baizer; Mangrove 

Grouper, -^' 

Mazatlan, Mexico. - \ k 

Mjfderoperea houlengeri .Tordan & Starks, in Jordan, Fishes Sinaloa, 445, pi. ^ ' 
9B, 1806, taken in the Astillero at Mazatlan, Mexico. 



8iH«i» TBISOTROPIS GUI. 
IVieakppie QUI, Proc. Ac Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 104 (guttatu8=ivenenoau9). 






(91. Myotarpperoa venanoaa (Linnsens). Bockfieh; Yellaw-Jinned Grouper; Bonad 
dcPidra. 

Bahamas^ Florida Keys, and southward. 

fMMVAM Xijuueitf, 6yBt, Nat., ed . x, 292, 175S, Bahamaa*) «iS^«t C^qAak^i 



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1591a. Myo te rop e roa ▼menowi apna (Uooh). Bwjl CViriiwy, 

Wfl0t Indies, Florida Km. and toaliiward to Bnudl. 
BoditmuB ajma Blooh, Iohih.| vu, 87, ta£ S80, 1190^ Baafl; aftir a dnvftif 
by Prince M anxloe— the same need by Mavegiava* 

1592. Biyoteroparoa bonaoi (Po&j). JfarkM JMItfUi. 

Weet Indiee, Pensaoola to BrasiL 

8erranu9 bonaei Poey, Memoriaei n, 1SB, U0O, Caba. 

1592a. M joteroparoa bonaoi xantfaoatlota Joidan Jb Bwain. 

Snapper Banks off Pensacola, Florida. 

MyeUroperea bonaoi xamika§tMa Jordan Jb Swain, Ffeoe. U. 0. Vaa. M a UN, 
871, Snapper Banks off Pensae(d% Florida. 



1593. Myotaroparoa Jordan! (Jenkins A ETenaann). CsMlla i§ A Mll ^ m ; 

Paciflo Coast of Mexico flrom Qnlf of Califimia to Maiatlaa. 
i^piaepAWa* Jardami Jenkins A ETermann, Fkoe. U. 8. Nat. Moa. 1888^ IM^ 
Gnaymasy Smiora. 

1594. Myot a roparoa mlorol^pla (Goods A Bean). 0#f ; ApuifL 

South Atlantic and Onlf Coast of the United Slates, nottb to Bsaniirt^ 

North Carolina, and Pensaoola, Florida. 
JHsofrapMsiioroiqvte Goods & Bean, Fftoe. U. & M. M. 1819^ U^ 

1595. Myo ta ropar oa intaratttlaUa (Poey). 

Coast of Cuba. ^ ^ / i * • • 

iS^miaas interaHiUau Poey, Memorias, n, Iff, 1800, Oaba» 

1596. Myotaroparoa dinddiata (Poey). 

Coast of Cuba. 

SerranuB dkMiaiiu Poey, MeuMoias, n, 188, 1800, CnbAi 

1597. My otaroparoa xanaroha Jordan. 

Galapagos Archipelago; coast of P«m. 
Jf|fofer«i»eroa xfiiaro)^ Jordan, Proo. Ao. Kat. SaL F]iila.l8OT 
Islands; Payta. 

S«bgei«t PAREPIXEPHELUS Btoeker. 
Parepinq^helus Bleeker, Systema Peroanun Revisum, 257, 1875 (mmMro$Mi). 

1598. Myoteroperca rubra (Bloch). Se^rtmga, "^ 

West Indies, Brazil. Mediterranean Sea, and islsndsof the eastom Atlantic. 
Epinephelu9 ruber Blooh, Ichthyologia, YU, 22, 1798, pi. 880^ ''Japan.** 

SsbsMBii XTSTltOPBBCA UHmm k Ef«i 

^ca Jordan 
{pardali9)» 



Xystroperca Jordan A Evermann, Fishes North and If iddls America, 1181, 

1896 ( 



1599. Myoteroperca pardalis Gilbert. Cdbrilla PiriUta. 

Onlf of California. 

Myctroperca pardalis Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mns. 1891, 651, La Paz Bay. 
Lower California. 

Svbgenvn XTITEBOPEBCA GUI. 

1600. Myoteroperca olfaz ( Jenyns). Yellow Grouper, 

.lamefl Island, Galapagos Archipelago; Panama. 

Serranua ol/ax Jenyns, Zool. Beagle, Fishes, 9, pi. 4, 1840, Galapagos Islands. 

1600a. Myoteroperca olfax mberrima Jordan & Bollman. 

Abingdon Island. Cfalapagos Archipelago. 

Myoteroperca olfax r uberrima Jordan &, Bollman, in Jordan & Eicenmann, 
Review Serranidue, 367, 1890, Ahingdon Island, Galapagos Ard&ipelago. 

1601. Myoteroperca rosacea (Streets). Cabrilla Calamaria. 

Onlf of California. 

EpinepheluB rosaceuB Streets, Bull. U. S.K&t.MM%.,v\V^VUnTYlAV^UIaBA. 
On]/ of California. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 375 

1602. Mycteroperoa felcata (Poey). Scamp; Bacalao; JbadeJo» 

West Indies, north to Bermuda. 

Serranue faloatus Poey, Memorias, ii, 138, 1860, Havana. 

1602a. Myoteroi>6rca falcata phenaz Jordan «& Swain. Scamp; Bacalao, 

Coasts of Boathem Florida, abundant about the Keys. 
Mycteroperca falcaia phenax Jordan &. Swain, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 363, 
Key West, Florida. 

1603. Mycteroperca venadorum Jordan «& Starks. Oarlopa. 

West coast of Mexico at Mazatlan. 

Mycteroperca ventidarum Jordan & Starks, in Jordan, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 
446, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

1604. Mycteroperca calliara Poey. 

Coast of Cuba. 

MyoUraperca calliura Poey, Repertorio, i, 181, 309, 1867, Cuba. 

1605. Mycteroperca tigrls (Cuvier «& Valenciennes). Bonaci Gato; Rockfi$h, 

West Indies, north to Bermuda. 

SerranuB tigria Cuv. & Val., Hi»t. Nat. PoisH., ix, 440, 1833, San Domingo. 

1605a. Mycteroperca tigrls camelopardalis (Poey). 

West Indies. 

Serranu8 camelopardalis Poey, Memoriae, ii, 132, 1860, Havana. 

Oenni 500. CBAtuiuS Steindachner. 
CraiinM Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., vii, 19, 1878 {agaaaizii), 

1606. Cratixiiis agaasisii Steindachner. 

Galapagos Archipelago. 

Cratinus agasaizii Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., vii, 19, 1878, Galapagos Islands. 

Oenns 610. HTPOPLECfXBTJS Gill. Vacas, 
Hypoplectrus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 236 {puella). 

1607. Hypoplectms lampmrua (Jordan «&. Gilbert). 

Panama. 

8erranu9 lampruru$ Jordan «& Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com., r, 1881, 322, 
Panama. 



1608. Hypoplectma miicolor (Walbaum). Vaca; PeiiUnegre. 

West Indies, north to Florida Keys. 

Peroa nnioolor Walbaum, Artedi Piscium, iii, 352, 1792, locality unknown. 

1608a. Hyi>oplectnui unicolor puella (Cnvier &, Valenciennes). Vaca, 

Martinique. 

Plectropoma puella Cuvier <& Valenciennet*, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 405, pi. 37, 
VSZS, Martinique. 

1608b. Hyi>oplectma unioolor TitullnaB (Poey). 

Havana. 

Plectropoma vituUnum Poey, Memorias, i, 68, 1851, Havana. 

1608 c. Hyi>oplectnui unicolor pixmivariua Poey. 

Havana. 

Hypopledrus pinnivarius Poey, Synopsis, 291, 1868, Havana. 

1608 d. Hypoplectma unicolor guttavariua (Poey). 

Havana. 

PUotropoma guiiavarium Poey, Memorias, i, 70, 1851, Havana. 

1608 e. Hypoplectma unicolor gummigutta (Poey). 

Havana. * 

Pleeiropoma gummigutta Poey, Memorias, i, 70, 1851, Havana. 

16081 Hypopleotma unioolor crocotus (Cope). 

Weet Indiee. 

PUdropomaeroeota Cope, Trans. Am. Phil. 8oc.Phi\a.,x\v,\W\,A6fe,^\..^«t' 
tini^ West Jndiea. 



876 REPORT OF COMBnSSIONRR OF FISH AND FISHERIES 

1608 g. Hypopleotrtuiimloolor abarrans Poey. 

Havana. 

Hypopleotrus aherrans Poey, Synopsis, 291, 1808^ Hatuia. 

1608 h. Hypopleotms unioolor aooenaus (Poey). 

Havana. 

PUotropoma aooetuum Poey, Memoriae, i, 72, 1861, HaTanm. 

1608 L Hypopleotma unioolor aflBnie (Poey). 

Havana. 

Pleciropcma affine Poey, Memoriae, ii, 427, 1861, HaTaoa. 

1608 j. Hypopleotma unioolor ohlomms (Cuvier &, Valenciennes). 

Martinique. 

Plectropomaehl&rurumCny.A,ysA., Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 406, 1828^ 

1608k. HjrpoplectruB unioolor nigrioana (Poey). 

Havana. 

Pleotropama niffrioan$ Poey, Memoriae, 1, 71, 1861, HaTana. 

16081. Hypopleotrua unioolor indigo (Poey). AfiiL 

Havana. 

Pldctropoma indigo Poey, Memoriae, i, 69, pi. 3» fig. 1, 1861, Havana. 

1608 UL Hypopleotrua unioolor bovinua (Poey). 

Havana. 

Pleotropama hovinum Poey, Memoriae, i, 69, 1861, Havana. 

1609. Hypopleotrua gemma Goode A Bean. 

Florida Keys; known from one specimen from Garden Key, Florida. 
Hypoplectrus gemma Goode &, Bean, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1882, 428, Gardsa 
Key, Florida. 

Oeniu 511. PARALABSAZ Girard. CaMlla^ Verde$. 
Paralabrax Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Set. Phila. 1866, 131 (iuhwMfer\ 

m 

1610. Paralabrax nebulifer ( G i rard ) . ' ' Johnny Verde. '* 

Suatberu California, from Monterey to Magdalena Bay. 

Labrax ncbul\ftr Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 142, Monterey, Cal. 

1611. Paralabraz maculatofaaciatus (Steindachner). Spotted Cahrilla, 

Pacific coast of America from Lower California to Sun Pedro and Mazatlan. 
Strrranns maculatofaaciatus Steindachner, Ichth. Notizen, vii, 5, 18^ Max- 
atlan, Mexico. 

1612. Paralabraz humeralia (Cavier Sl Valenciennes). 

Pa<-ific Coast of South America; Panama to Jaan Fernandez. 
Sirranus hunuraliH Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., il, 246, 1^^, Chile. 

1613. Paralabraz clathratua (Girard). Cahrilla; Rock Bass. 

Coast of southern California, from San FranciHco to the Ccrroe Islands. 
Labrax clathratus Girard, l*roc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 143, San Diego. 

Oenos 612. CENTR0PRI8TES Cavier ft Valenciennes. Black Sea-bats. 
CrniropriHttH Cnvicr, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ill, 36, 1829 {nigricans), 

SobijrenaN CE.XTKOPKISTKS Curier k Vmlenciennet. 

1614. Centropristes rufus Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

Martinique. 

CvntropriftiH rufus Cnv. *& Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 47, 1829, Martinique. 

1615. Centropristes striatus fLinnjrns^. Black St-a-batts; Blackfisk ; Tally-wag: 

HannahiU; Jilark Will; Black Harry. 

Atlantic Const of I'nited States, Capo Ann to northern Florida. 
LabruH siriatuH Linn;rus, Sy8t. Nat., ed. x,'2><r>,\~TVft, ** Mxicri^*.'^ \ ^«»cxvv^^'^^^ 
verv hr'niij but not to bo rel'errtid lo uuy oVliex Vk«k\i. 



CHECK-LI8T OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 377 

X616. Ce n tropi i ateB ocynms (Jordan &. Erermann). Q%lf Sea-han* 

Gulf of Mexico at Snapper Banks off Pensaoola, Florida. 
Sermn%9 oejrarrM Jordan &, Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mob. 1886, 468, Snap- 
per Banks off Pensacolai Florida. 

8ak«W«s TKIL0BUBV8 GIU. 

TrHohwru9 QUI, Cat. Fish. East Coast U. S., 30, 1861 (trifuroa). 

1617. Centropriatea philadelphicus (Linnffins). 

Coast of South Carolina. 

Perea pkiladelpkica Linniens, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 291, 1758, America. 

Genus 518. DIFIfiCTRUlI Hdhrook. Squirrel-fishes, 

Diplectrum Holbrook, Ichthyology of South Carolina, ed. 1, 32, 1856 (/MoioM- 
1aris=-farmosus). 

Sabgeasi HILIPEBCA GUL 

Haliperca QiU, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sei. PhUa. 1862, 236 (hiviitafuM^iradialis and 
other species; restricted to bivittatiu by Jordan &, Gilbert^ Syn., 535). 

1618. Diplectrom acinma Gilbert. 

Galf of California. 

Diplectrwm smttrus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1891, 550, Gnlf of California, 
at Albatross stations Nos. 3014, 3021, 3026, and 3033, all in shallow water. 

1619. Diplectmm radiale (Qaoy A Gaimard). Aguavina, 

Both coasts of tropical America, north to Havana and Gnaymas; common 

on the coast of Brazil and in the Gulf of California. 
Serranus radialU Qnoy A, Gaimard, Voyage Uranie, 816, 1824, Rio Janeiro. 

1620. Diplectmm maoropoma (GUnther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Centrapristis maeropoma Gilntiier, Proc. Zool. Soo. Lond. 1864, 145, Panama. 

1621. Diplectmm euryplectmm Jordan &. BoIIman. 

Coast of Colombia, southwest of Panama. 

Dipleotrum euryplectrum Jordan &. Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 157, 
Pacific Ocean, off coast of Colombia. 

8sbg«a» DIFLBCTBUM Holbroek. 

1622. Diplectmm formosnm (Linnsus). SquirreUfisk; Serrano; Safuffi^h, 

West Indies; common on the South Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United 

States, from Charleston south to Monterideo. 
Perca/ormosa Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. xu, 488, 1766, Carolina. 

Gaiiis514. FSI0H0DE8 Jenyns. 

Prionodes Jenyns, Voyage Beagle, Fishes, 46, 1840 {faseiatus), 

8sbg«a» PRIONODES Jeajat. 

1623. Pzlonodea ssqtiidena (Gilbert). 

Gulf of California. 

Serranus tequidens Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 61, Gulf of Califomiai 
at Albatross Station iNo. 2996, in 112 fathoms. 

1624. Prionodes fcuioulna (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Cenlropristes fusoulus Poey, Memoriae, ii, 342, 1861, Havana. 

1625. Pilonodea phcsbe (Poey). Phcehe. 

West Indies, north to Pensacola, Florida. 

SerranM phibe Poey, Memoriae, i, 55, pi. 2, fig. 3, 1851, Havana. 

1626. Pxionodea fasoiatua Jenyns. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, Cape San Lucas to Galapasos Islands. 
Prionade0/aseiaiHsJenvnB, Voyage Beagle, ¥^Yi«a,&,l^^,V:^i«A^^ftxck^^^ 
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1627. Pzionodes bnllail (Boii]eiig«r). 

Coast of Jalisco, westom Mcodeo. 

8erranu8 hitUeri Bonlsnger, Cm%., h 988^ 1885, Lm FtflMr JaUMo^lUilea. 

8«bg«iU MENTIPnCA QVSL 

MmUpena GUI, Proo. He. Nat 8oL FhOa. 1888, 888 (faoitfirwi). 

1628. Prionodea tlsrinua (Bloch). 

West Indies. 

Holooentrui iigrinua Blooh, pi. 287, 1790^ Ettrt Indlea; sAar Lata^ Tkasami, 
ui, pL xzvn, fig. 5. 

1629. Pxionodea tabaoarlua (CuTier A Valenofunnea). /a es aw/ Bmii 4# MUe, 

West Indies. 

CetUroprUtet tdbaearitm Cnyiar A ValgpcJaniiaa, Htet Hat. Paha,, m, 44, Igg^ 

Martinique. 

1630. PrioDodea flavaaoana (CuTier A ValaBteianiiaa). 

Martiniqae. 

SenramuB favttetm Cuyier A ValeiicifliiiMa, HIai. Hal. Poiaa., ti, 806, 18H^ 

Martinique. 

1631. Priopodaa IJbkqperoamia (Poay). 

Coast of Cuba. 

StfrmMM Iucl0perotmm9 Fdey, Memofiaa, i, 08^ pL 9^ llg • 1, 1861, Hatsml 

1632. Prionodaa atilboatigiiui Jordan A BoRmaii. 

Coast of Ecaador. 

Friauodei tUUHfUgma Jordan A BoUaaa, Proc. U.8.Nal. Ifoa. 1888^181^ 

Pacific Oeean oflf the coast of EenadWyOoOC &, 880 86' W., ia 458itib- 

oms, at Albatross Station 2800. 

6sDVs AlA. DUm OBTisr. 
Dulet Cayier, Rftgne Aninud, ed. u, toI. u, 147, 1898 ( a a rf pa). 

1633. Dnlaa anbUgarlna (Cope). 

Soath Atlantic coasts of United Btaiss; known from BaaafiMt, Charlaalfla, 

and Pensacola Snapper Banks. 
CeniroprUtis SHhligarius Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1870^ 120^ Pensacola, 

Florida. 

1634. Dnlea dispiluma (Giinther). Oraujf-groumd BoekJUh, 

Trinidad; Jamaica. 

CtRtropristin dittpinosun QUnther, Proc. Zool. 8oo. Lond. 1887, 00, Trinidad. 

1635. Dnles auriga Cavier & Valenciennes. 

Coast of Brazil and Uruguay, occasionally northward. 
Dules auriga CuTier «& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., m, 112, pi. 51, 1829. 
Brazil. 

Oenns 516. PA&ANTHIA8 Oniohsnot 

Paranthias (Taichenot, Anu. Soc. Linn. Biaine-et-Loire, X, 1868 (/ttre^cr= 

crvolns), 

1636. Paranthias furcifer (Ciivier 6l Valenoieunes). Rabiruhia de lo Alto; CrtoU* 

finh. 

Both coasts of tropical America, Cuba to Brazil, Cape San Lncas to the 

Ciulapa^os Archipelago. 
ScrranuH furcifer Cuvior & Valenciennch, Hiat. Nat. Poiss., li, 264, 1828, 

Brazil. 

Oenni 617. HE1QANTU1A8 Steindachner. 
Jlemianthias Steindachner. Ichth. Beitr., i, 4, 1874 (pemoaas). 

1637. Hemianthias peruanus Steindachner. 

Coasts of Pom and Chile, occasionally northward; off the coast of Lower 

California. 
AnthiaB ( //cfNianfAt<i«^/)crif on km Steindachner, Ichth. Mltx.,\, V\3SW|'^%^\ai\ 

Tniiillo. 



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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 379 

1638. HemianthiaB vivantiB (Jordan &. Swain). 

Giilf of Mexico; Snapper Banks between Pensacola and Tampa, Florida. 
Antkias vivanut Jordan &. Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. lo84, 544, from 

atomach of a red snapper taken at the Snapper Banks off Pensacula. 

Florida. 

0«ra8 518. FBOHOIOGBAMMUS OilL 
Pronotogrammus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 81 (multifasoiaius), 

1639. Pronotogrammna eoa Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Pronotogrammus eos Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 62, west coast of 
Mexico, at Albatross Station 2996, in 112 fathoms. 

1640. Pronotoe;ramma8 mnltifasoiatuB Gill. 

Cape San Lncas, Lower California. 

Pronotogrammus muli\fasciatus Qill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 81, Cape 
San Lncas, Lower California. 

Oenns 519. AHTEIA8 Blooh. Barhiers, 
Anthias Bloch, Auslanische Fische, vi, 97, 1792 (anihias), 

1641 Anthias aaperilingnia Giinther. 

Atlantic Coast of Sonth America ; only the tvpe known. 
Anthias asperilinguis GUnther, Cat., i, 89, 1859, Sonth America; probably 
Guiana. 

Oenns 580. 0CTAVTHIA8 Jordan k Svermaan. 

Ooyanthias Jordan & Evermnnn, Fishes North and Middle America, 1227, 
1896 (martinioensis), 

1642. OoyanthiaB martinioeniia (Gnichenot). 

West Indies. 

Aylopon mariinioensis Gnichenot, Anthiani, Ann. Linn. Soc., vol. x, 1868, Mar- 
tinique. 

Oenns 581. 6BA1IMA Poey. 
Oramma Poey, Synopsis, 296, 1868 (loreto). 

1643. Oramma loreto Poey. 

Matanza^ Cuba ; only the type known. 

Oramma loreto Poey, Synopsis, 296, 1868, Matanzas, Cuba. 

Oenns 588. BYPTICUS Cavier. Soapfishes. 
BypHeus Cnrier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, vol. ii, 144, 1829 (saponaeeus). 

1644. Rypttona zanti Gill. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, ttom Cape San Lucas to Colima and Mazatlan. 
Bhyptieus xanti QUI, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 350, Cape San Lucas. 

1645. Ryptions bioolor (Valenciennes). 

Galapag^ Archipelago. 

Smectieus hioolor Valenciennes, Voyage de la V6nns, Poissons, 307, pi. 2, fig. 
2, 1855, Galapagos Archipelago. 

1646. Ryptiona aaponaoeua (Bloch A, Schneider). Soapfish; Jahon; Jahoncillo, 

West Indies ; Pensacola to west Africa and Brazil. 

Anthias saponaeeus Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 310, 1801, Havana. 

1647. Ryptictifl arenatiui Cnvier & Valenciennes. 

West Indies and coast of Brazil ; recorded from Jamaica, Trinity, Barbados, 

and St. Thomas. 
Bjfpiieus arenatus Cnvier A, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., lu, 65, pi. 45, 
1829, BrazU. 

1648. RjTptioiis oorlao0iui (Cope). Blaek Soapfish. 

West iDdies; recorded Aom St. Martina and Jamaica. 
jneutheradU eoriaoeut Cope, Trans. Amer. Phlloa. »oc. ISflO, 4ffl , %^.lIl«t\VaA, 




880 BBPOBT OF COMMiaBIOlllSB Off WmSi AID W 

Sikfwns PBOnCBOPmVB BUL 
iVMilotv|»ferii« GUI, Proo. Ao. Nftl 8eL FUlA. 1881, n 

1M9. Ryptioiu hUAOa^m (MitchUl). 

South AtUmtlo CoMt of United fltetet; toqiMBt offChMliI— 

and Key West: oecaeional m fiw north m Kewport^ Rhode 

BodUmu9 lUirim^natui KitohULAn. MortWy Itogfil^e —4 (MLBnkm, 
Febnuoy, W%ai47, Steaite of BahaoM. 

IMO. Ryptloiui nlgiliilniila 001. 

FiMific Coast of tropical Am«rie%Gapa 8aa liiieaa to Faaaaa, 
JSi^^foiMiK^i1piii»i«Oil],P>oe.Ao.Nat.BoLFhthk 

Family GXLZX. LOBOinxaL Vte VMpla-t«U& 

tans tt8« LOBOm OBfler. 
Lobotm CuYier, B^gne Animal, ed. S; n, 177, W9 (awtiasiariaaMHult), 

1651. Lobotea aminamanaia (Bloeh). FUuiker; 3Vf|rie-«ail;. 1 >wbht. 

Atlantic Coaat from Ci^ Cod to Surinam ; Madltoraaaaa 
Holoemtru9 iurinamentU Bloeh, lohth., pL iiB, 1790^ SnriBam. 

1U2. Lobotea paoUkma Gilbert. 

Known obJw ftxun Fanama. 

L<fbot€$ pa^iou$ Gilbert!, Froo. CaL Ae. Set IBM, Fanama. 

Ftailly CZi. PRIAOAineRmA OatataflUL 

Gmm 094. FBIAOABTHUB CfBfier. 
Priaeaniku9 Cayier, Bftgne Animal, ed. i, 9B1, 1817 (waswi^iflalwai), 

16A8. Friaoanthna aradntiia Carier A VaVwieiaanea Calal^fSs. 

West Indies, soath to Brazil: occasionally northward In the Gnlf fltvaam 

to Newport and Woods Hole. * 

PriaeanihtiB aremUtu Cnvier dt Valenciennea, Hist. Nat Poiaa., ni, 101, m^ 

Brazil. 

1654. Pxiacanthtis omentatos (Lac^pi^de). BigE$e; (k^M^f^, 

West Indies to St. Helena and the Canaries. 

Lahrua cruentatua Lao^ptde, Hist. Nat. Poiss., in, 522, 1800^ Martinique ; from 
a copy by Aabriet of a plate made by Flamier at Martiniqae. 

Osnns 586. PaEUBOFBIACAHTHUS Bleoker. 

PaeudopriacanthuB Bleeker, Versl. Ak. Wet. Amsterd. (2), ni, 241, 1868 

{nipkoniua), 

1655. Paendopriaoanthna aarmla (Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of Colombia. 

Priacanthun tterrula Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas.' 1890, 450, west coast of 
Colombia, nt Albatross Station 2797. 

1656. Paendopriacanthns altua (Gill). 

West Indies, north to Pensacola nnd Charleston. 

Priacanthua altUH (;ill, Proc. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Phila. 1862,132, Narragansett Bay. 

Family CLI. LUTIANIDiB. The Snappera. 

Oenni 526. HOPLOPAORUS QUI 

UoplopagruH Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 25.3 ignnikeri). 

1657. Hoplopagrus gontheri Gill. Panjo, 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, from Gnavmos to Panama. 
HophpagriiM giiniheri (lilU Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 25$, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 






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CHECK-LIST OF KORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 881 

QmoM 587. EV0PLITE8 GilL 

EvopUtes Oil], Proo. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 236 (jHmacanihu8=yoTm% of 
. luumira), 

1658. EvopUtea viridia (Valenciennes). 

Rooky islands of the eastern Pacific ; known fh)m Galapagos, Tres Marias, 

and Revilli^gedo islands. 
Diacope viridis Valenciennes, Voyage de la V6nns, 803, pi. 1, fig. 2 (very bad), 

1845, Galapagos Islands. 

Oenu 588. HEOM£HIS Oirard. Snappern, 
3reoiiuvfit«Glrard,U. S. Mex. Bonn. Snr., Zool., 18, 1859(emar^ifia<ii«=^rMett«). 

Sibgtnai KEOMJEXIS GInrd. 

1659. Neomsenia jordanl Gilbert. 

Panama. 

Neamanis jordani Gilbert, Fishes Panama, Proc. Cal. Ao. Sci. 1896, Panama. 

1660. NeomaDnia novemfasoiatus (Gill). Pargo Prieio; Pargo Mareno; Pargo Negro, 

.Pacific Coast of tropical America; Cape San Lucas; Gnaymas; Mazatlan; 

Punta Arenas; San Bias; Panama. 
Luijanus novemfa^ciatus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 251, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 

1661. Neomaenia oyanopterua (Cnvier &, Valenciennes). Cuhera, 

West Indies to Brazil. 

Meaoprion oyanopterus Cnv. &, Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss , ii, 472, 1828, Brazil. 

1662. Neomaania griseua (Linnssus). Chray Snapper; Mangrove Snapper; Cabal' 

lerote; Lawyer. 

West Indies; ranging ftom New Jersey to Brazil. 

LdlMruB griaeua LinnsBUS, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 283, 1758; after Cateeby. 

1663. NoomaDnia Jocn (Bloch &. Schneider). l)og Snapper; Joed, 

West Indies, north to Florida Keys, south to Bahia. 

Anthiasjoou Bloch A, Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 310, 1801, Cuba; after Parra. 

1664. Neomaenia apoda (Walbanm). Schoolmaster; Caji, 

West Indies, north to Key West, south to Bahia. 

tPeroa apoda Walbaum, Artedi Piscium,351, 1792; baaed on the **SchooU 
master" of Catesby. 

1665. Neomaenia argentiventrla (Peters). Pargo Amarillo, 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Mesoprion argentiventris Peters, Berlin. Monatsber. 1869, 704, Mazatlan. 

1666. Neomaenia Intjanoidea (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Oeyurus lutjanoides Poey, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist., ix, 1871, 319, Cuba. 

1667. NeonueniH buooanella (CuTier & Valenciennes). Sesi de lo Alto; Oreille 

Noire; Bouoanelle; Blaokfin Snapper, 

West Indies ; Havana. 

Mesoprion huccanella Cnvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss , ii, 455, 1828, 
Martinique. 

1668. Neomsanla vivanua (CuYier A Valenciennes) . Pargo deloA Ito ; Si Ik Snapper, 

West Indies; Havana. 

Mesoprion vivanus Cut. &. Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 454, 1828, Martinique. 

1669. NeomaDnia aya(Blooh). Red Snapper; Pargo Colorado; Pargo Quaohinango; 

Aoara Aya. 

Long Island to Brazil; Gulf of Mexico, and about Yucatan. 
Bodianw aya Bloch, Ichthyol., pi. 227, 1790, Brazil; after Marograve. 

1670. Neomaenia analla (Cuvier &. Valenciennes). Mutton-fish;, Pargo; Pargo 

Criollo, 

West Indiea; Penaacola to Brazil. 
Mesopr^m emaliB Cn v. db Val., Hist. Nat. Poiaa., ii, 452, 1B»| ^ttikT>oiBJca®i- 



382 REPORT OF COlOOaSIOirBB OF FI8H- AMD 

» 

U71. NaomiDiiii odlondo ( Jord«& dc Gilbort). Aryt €§fwmMWk 

FiMifio Coast of Mezioo, OoajniM to Fteuuift. 

ImiJanuB eolarttdo Jordan & uillMrty FkoOi U. 8. Val. IfM. 10Bl,S8i^ftl,ai; 

HazatiaD, Mexico. 

1672. HeomflMiia braohyptsnia (Cope). 

Bahama Islands. 

Luijfamn$ brackypieruB Cope, Trans. Amer. Fhlloe. Boe. 1071, 470^ Kev Fnti. 
dense, Banam» Islands. 

1673. HeomsBnlB gnttatna (Stelndaohner). FI«mms« 

PaoiAc Coast of Mexico, from Ooajmas to Panamn. 
MeaonrUm gutMus SteindaohneTi lehtliyol. Nottaen, u, U; pL 8, IMi^ 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 



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1674. Heonusnia aynagila (Linnans). Lmt§ Smafftr; B Uff Mm ; Bwi'Mi 

West ladies; Florida Keys to Colon and BtmU. 

8paru$ 9ifna§ri9 LinnaDos, Syst Nat, ed. x, 880^ ITH^ CaroUnn; nltsrCatsi^. 

1675. NeomsMiia amblgnna (Poey). 

Cuba. 

JfesopHoaosiM^iMMPoey, Man., n, liS9, pL U, flg. 4^ pL 19» flf • 8^ 1888^ Cnba. 

1676. Heonusnia mabogmii (Cnrier & Valeneiennes). Cy —es ; Jfatsff Jlisppy. 

West Indies; Hayaoa. 

Mwopriim mokogfmi Cuvier &, Valenciennes ffist. Nal. Pfrfas.^ n, 447, 18M^ 

Martiniqne. 

SskfMiM SAIZEBO Jsrlia A rstltr. 
BaUero Jordan & Fesler, Rept. U. 8. Fish Cooi. 1888 (1888), 488 (mwli). 



1677. Neonusnia aratna (Gfinther). Fsfyo ie ffniwre. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Mw>prian aratus GHinther, Proc. ZooL Sec Load* 1881^ 146^ Pnaamn; Chiapasi 

Gmus 888. RABIBUBIA. Jerdaa 4 Fsdsr. 
BMrMa Jordan A. Fesler, Kept. U. B. FlshCini. 1888(1888), 489 (iMfsiit). 

1678. Rabimbia inermis (Peters). 

Pacific Coast of America from Mazatlan to Panama. 

Mesoprion infrmis Peters, Berliner Monatsber. 1808, 706, Masatlan, Maxico. 

• 

Oenni 580. 0C7UBU8 OilL Rdbirnbiai. 

Ocyurus Gill, I^c. Ac. Xat. Sci. Phila. 1882, 236 (olrytiinM). 

1679. Ocyums chrysums (Bloch). Yell<fw»iail ; SabiruHm. 

West Indies, soathem Florida to Brazil. 

8paru$ chrysuruH Bloch, Ichthyol., pi. 262, 1790, Brazil; after MaiegraTo. 

Oeniu 581. BH0MB0PLIIE8 GilL 
nhomhoplit€» Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 237 (asromlMif ). 

1680. Rhomboplites aurorubens (Cuvier &. Valenciennes). Cagon d§ Jo Alto. 

West Indies, north to ('harleston, sonth to Rio Janeiro. 
CvntropriHtin aurorubens Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hi8t. Nat. Poiss., Ill, 45. 1829. 
Brazil, Martinique, and 8an Domingo. 

Oeniu 632. APSILUS Cuyier ft Valenciennes. Amillos, 

Apailus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi, 548, 1830 (/asca«, an 
Kast ludian species). 

Sabfena* TKOPIDIMUS Gill. 

Trojyidinius Gill, in Poey, Synopsis, 21H>, 1868 (arniUo=denUim9), 

1681. Apsilus dentatus (ruichenot. Amilh. 

Wt'st Indies; Havana. 

ApsUusdt n/a/MM (inicheiiot, in Ramon de la Sagra, Hist. Cnba: Poiss., 29^ pL 1, 
fig. 2, 1845, Havana. 



CHECK-LI8T OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 383 

Oaniu 688. APBIOH Gamier it Valendeimet. Voraz€$, 
Aprion Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., n, 543, 1830 (rircscens). 

SabgeMt PLATnXIUS OIIL 

Platyinius Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1863, 237 (rarax=maorophtha1muii). 

1682. Aprion maorophthalmns (Mttller & Troschel). Voraz. 

West Indies; Havana. 

CentropristiH macrophthalmus MUUer & Troachel, in Schomburgk, Hist. B«r- 
bados, 666, 1848, Barbados. 

Genns 684. EIELI8 Cavier it Valendennss. 

Etelit Cavier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 127, 1828 (carbunculus, a 
Japanese species). 

1683. Etelis ooolatas (Cavier & Valenciennes). Cachucho, 

West Indies to Madeira. 

Serranus oculaius Cavier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 266, 1828, 
Martinique. 

1684. Etelis aqoilonaris (Goode &, Bean). 

Galf of Mexico in deep water. -^ 

AnikioB aquilanaris Goode & Bean, Oceanic Icbtbyology, 238, 1896, Galf 

of Mexico, at Albatross Station 2402, 28° 36' N., 85^ 33' 30" W., in IIT 

fatboms. 

Osnoi 685. 7ERILU8 PO07. 

Verilus Poey, Memorias, 11, 125, 1860 (sardidva), 

1685. Verllna Bordidns Poey. Esoolar China. 

West Indies. 

rerilue iordidua Poey, Memorias, 11, 125, pi. 12, flg. 6, 1860, Cuba. 

Qeniis 586. ZSFOCTS Jordan it BoUman. 
Xenocys Jordan &, Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1889, 160 (jeaHw). 

1686. Xenooys JessisD Jordan Sl Bollman. 

Galapagos Islands. 

Xenocvi Jessim Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mns. 1889, 160, Cbarles 
Island, Galapagos Archipelago. 

Oenni 687. TOSKJBTIUB Jordan it Gilbert 
Xenistius Jordan & Gilbert, Synopsis, 920, 1883 (calif omietuis). 

1687. Xenistiiis oalifomiensis (Steindacbner). 

Pacific Coast of America, from San Diego soatbward to Gaaymas. 
Xenichthyi cal^orHieH9i$ Steindacbner, Icbtb. Beitr., iii, 3, 1875, San Diego. 

Genus 588. XENIOHTHTB Gill, 
Xenichihys Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1863, 82 (xanti}, 

1688. Xenichthys agassisii Steindacbner. 

Galapaffos Islands. 

Xenick&yB agas^UH Steindacbner, Icbtb. Beitr., in, 6, 1875, Galapagos 
Islands. 

1689. Xenlohthys xanti Gill. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, from Cape San Lncas to Panama. 
Xenichthyi xanH Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1863, 82, Cape San Lucas. 

Genus 689. FKMIFTEKITB Swainson. 
Nemipierus Swainson, Nat. Hist. Fisbes, etc., 11, 223, 1839 (Jilamento9U8). 

1690. Nemiptems maoronemns (GUntber). 

Snrinam. 

8ynapri$ macnmemMS OUnther, Cat., i, 380, 1859, SuTinam*, Qbt\>«t CvxV\«t . 



S84 BEPOBT OF ooioiiasionB or nan 4111 

Famfly CZJZ. RjaMUUDJB. flbi Ov mmU n » 

BmoB 540. HJSMULOX Osiiir. JKoimm or O r mmtt, 

Hwmmhn Cuyier, B^gne Animftl, ed. %T€L%V0§ (tihtm 
IrnUs to §h§imi^9elmrm$)* 

1691. Bfonmlon ■a«fii«olatnm QiU. JCtsfflnw ^iMff^nw 

Paoifio CoMt of tropicftl Amorioa. GnajmM to FttMOUk 
JEr<MiiiIo»Mfl|fMotefiMQU], Fkoe. Ao. Ha«/^ 

1692. Hmnnlon albmn CaTior dp ValonoiMiiMO. Mmr$a^pik$ JmUm; Mmr§md 

Orunt, 

West IndiM ; Florida Ktf to Braail. 

Smmulan allmm Cayier A, Valeacinafl^ Hiat Hat PoiainVf Ml, MO^ fli 
Thomas. 

1693. H»miil<m maoroatoma Ottnthar. €hr^ Ormmt; TdlamMI. 

Weat ladiea, north to Florida Kera. 

JEr<rai«)<Mi fMeroBUma GUnther, Cat., i, 806^ VU^ Janulaa. 

1694. Hiamiilon bonarlaiiaa Oavler dt TaleneiiiiiMa* IHaok Qnmif M&am JVfctfc 

Weat Indies, aonth to Boenos Ayrss. 

E<9muia» haiuurietm CuTiar dt Valanaianna^ Hiak Hat. PoiM.,T, 964, 1SML 
Bneoos Ayres. 



1699. H»miilon parra (Desinarest). Arflar's CMe$f Bmno^ Bkmm; M&am IVtiit; 

Bastiurd MtangareL 

West Indies; soathem Florida to Brasil; TVfy iwmman at Kaj Waat 

Havana. 
ZHoftoHf pafTaI>eaniaze8tyPr«Di.D4eada Iehth^8Q^pL%6g.9^1888^Ha' 

1696. Hiamnlon aonddori GilL M^jMrrm PHdm. 

Pacific Coast of tionieal Amarie% Gnafmaa to FanaauM 
Am«)<m toaddeH Gill, Pioc. Ao. Hat. ML Fh^ 

1697. Hiamnlte oaitonariiun 'Ptmy, Baaoa C a rl saw ^; Gaaar Qn wi t 

West Indies and the Bermndas, sonth to BrasiljHaTaiia. 
Hcemulon carhcnarium Poey, Memorias, ii, 176, 1800, Cnha. 

1698. Hsemnlon stelndachneri (Jordan & Qilhert). Simead0r Bmimia, 

Beth coasts of tropical America; Gnaymas to Panama; St. Lneia to Rio 

Janeiro. 
Didbasis steindaohneri Jordan &, Gilbert, BnlL U. S. Fish Com. 1881 (1882), 

322, Panama and Mazatlan. 

1699. Hsemnlon melannmm (Linnadns). Jeniguana; <kB$ar Omaf. 

West Indies; Havana and sonth ward. 

Perca welanura Linnteas, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 282, 1758; and ed. xn, 486, 1786, 
Bahamas; based on Catesby. 

1700. HaBmulonacinma(Shaw). Yellow Orunt; Ronco AwmHUo; Hwmjhmck Gruni; 

Boar Grunt. 

West Indies; Florida Keys to Brazil. 

SparuB aciuruB Shaw, General Zoology, iv, pi. 64, 1803, Antillea; b ased on the 
description and figure of Bloch. 

1701. Hasmnlon plumieri (Lac<5pMe). Common Grunt; Ron^Boneo; JZeacs^ranL 

West Indies; abnndant from Cane Hatteras to Rio Janeiro. 

Labrufi plumivri Lac^^pt'de, Hist. Nnt. Poiss., 111,480, pi. 2, fig. 2,1802, Mar- 

tinitiiie ; on a copy of a drawing by Plumier, identified with this species 

by Cuvier. 

1702. Haemulon flavollneatnm (Desmarest). French Grunt; Opsa-moalAsd Graaf; 

lionvo Condenado. 

West Indies; Florida Keys and Hcrmiidan to Brazil. 

JJiaboBtH JIavolineatuB Desmarest, i^rem. Ddcade Ichth., 35, pi. 2, fig. 1, 1823^ 
Cuba. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 385 

Oanns 641. BBAGH70XVYB Beadder. 
BratkygenifB Soadder^.m Poey, SynopsiSy 310, 1868 {Usniatum), 

1703. Brachygenys ohrysargyrena (Giinther). 

Key West, Havana, and Trinidad. 

Hcemulon ohryaargjfreum Giinther, Cat., i, 314, 1859, Trinidad. 

G«niis 542. BATHT8T0MA Beadder. Tam-taieB, 

Bathff8txnna Scadder, in Patnam, Boll. Mas. Comp. Zool., i, 12, 1863 (^'en<- 
guano, etc. ; no definition). 

1704. Bathystoma rimator (Jordan & Swain). Tom-taie; Bed-mouth Grunt; 

CcPBar, 

West Indies; Cape Hatteras to Trinidad. 

Hcemulan rimator Jordan & Swain, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1884, 308, Charles- 
ton; Key West; Pensacola. 

1705. Bathystoma anrolineatttm (Cnvier & Valenciennes). Jeniguano, 

West Indies ; Florida Keys to Brazil. 

Hcgmulon auro/tneatum Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss.,v, 237, 1830, 
Brazil ; San Domingo. 

1706. Bathystoma striatum (Linnsens). White Orunt, 

West Indies ; Bermudas to Brazil. 

Perca §triata LinnaBns, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 233, 1758, North America. 

Oenns 548. LYTHBULOK Jordan it Swain. 
LythruUm Jordan & Swain, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1884, 287 (Jariguttatum). 

1707. Iiythmlon flavigattatnm (Gill). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, Gnaymas to Panama. 
Btemulon flaHguttatut Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhUa. 1862, 254, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 

1708. Lythnilon opalesoens Jordan & Starks. 

Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Ljfthrulon opalescens Jordan & Starks, in Jordan, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 
459, pi. 40, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Genns 544. OBTHOSTCECHnS Oill. Striped GrunU. 

Oriho$t4xchu$ Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 255 (maoulieauda). 

1709. OrthostGBOhns maonlioanda Gill. Boncador Baiado. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, Gnaymas to Panama. 
Orihoat(Behu9 maculicauda Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 225, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 

Genns 545. AXIBOTRBIIUB GilL 
Ani90tremu9 Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 107 (virginieus). 

Sabyeaat PABACOITODOX Bleeker. 

ParacoHodon Bleeker, Archiv Neerl., xi, 272, 1876 (ptuiifloi), 

1710. Anisotremns paoifioi (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Conodon pacifioi Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 147,. Chiapas. 

1711. Anisotremns osBsins (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico; Mazatlan and Acapnlco. 

PomadaegB ocMist Jordan A, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 383, Mazatlan. 

1712. Anisotrenias dovii (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America at Mazatlan and Panama. 
Pri9tipoma dovii Gtlnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lend. 1864, 23, Panama. 

Svbgevat AXI80TBEMU8 QUL 

1713. Anisotremns snrinamensis (Bloch). Pompon, 

Tropical America, from Cnba to Brazil. 
ZutfanH9 sunmamensU Blooh, Ichth., pL 253, 1791, Butmam. 
P". B. 9S 25 



Ottni 646. 'COVODOil' Oofiar it 

CwMtUm Cayier &, ValenoiennM, Hist. Nttt. POiM., T, 1M» IflSO (—ff !!■■■■= 

noMU). 

1722. Conodon nobllis (Linnieiis). 

West iDclies ; coast of Texaa to Brazil. 

Pcrca nobiiii Liniifpas^ Syst. Nat., ed. x, 191, 1758, North America. 

1723. Conodon serrifer Jordan & Gilbert. 

Lower California. 

Conodon iernfer Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat Mob. 1882, 3S1. Boea 
Soledad, Lower California. 

Oenns 647. BRACHTDEUTEBirB GUI. BMrHto$. 

JirachythuieruH Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1883, 17 (attrUiM; ao African 

species). 

1724. BrachydeuteruB nitidna (Steindachner). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; Panama. Mazatlan, and the ftolf of 

California. 
Vritiiipoma niiuium Steindachner. Ichth. Notizen, vili. 5. 1869, Mazatlan. 

1725. BrachydeuteniB leuciscus (Giinther). Biirrito, 

Pacific Co.'iHt of tropical America; not rare at Mazatlan and Panama, »outh 

to northern Peru. 
rrit<to^)oma h-HciscuH (iiinther. Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 147, San Joee de 

Nicaragua; Chiapas. 

1726. BrachydeuteniB azillariB (Steindachner). 

I^acitic Coast of Mexico; Mazatlan and Ouaymas. 

Priatipoma axillary Steindachner. Ichth. Notizen, Vlll, 7. 1869, Maiatlan. 

1727. BrachydeuteniB corvinaeformiB ^Steindachner). 

We^t Indies to Brazil; Jamaica. 

Uivmulou con inn for mi t* Steindachner. Ichth. Notizen, vii, 16, 1868, Santos, 
Brazil. 



886 REPORT OF OOMMIBSIOinBB OF FUH AND 

1714. AniBOtramna intermptoa (Gill). M^mrr&m. 

Pacific Coast, Magdaleaa Bay to PMiama aad tta CMafMM. 
Oenytremut inierrupitu QUI, Froo. Ao. Httt. M. FUIa. IWly Ml CifB Im 
Lucas, Lower CalMSomla. 

1715. AniBotramoa bioolor (CasMnaa). Jfaria JVfat a, 

Coast of Brazil ; perhaiM CalM. 

PriBtipima hicolar CaBtdnan, Anim. NouT.on Bana Ante, da 9mif9^ bLX 
fig. 2, 1860, Bahia, BnudL 

1716. Ajiiaotromna aoafmlaxia (Tsohndi). 

Coast of Peru ; said to hara beoi onoa takao at Iffatatlan 
PrUHpima scaptUare TiMhudi, Fauna Paraaaa, 12, 1844, Hvaeho^ Psta. 

1717. Aniaotremna davidaoni (Staindac h nar). 8m$o Rmlmi^. 

Coast of southern California. 

PrUiipama davidaoni Staindachnar, lalitb. Battr., iil» 6^ 1816^ tea Dlafii 

1718. Aniaotramna aplanlatna (Poay). 

Havana. 

PriiHpoma 9pletUaium Poay, MamoriaB, xi, 187^ 1800^ Hamma. 

1719. Aniaotramna tamlatna GilL Cotoliaa. 

Pacific Coaat of tropical Amaiica; '^^v^^^^n^ Fity tr ""^rmt* 
Anitotremiu tatnUUuM Gill, Proc. Aa. Nai. 8aL FblU. ISSl* 107, 

1720. Aniaotramna vlrginlona (Linntsna). CaimUmtIm; PmltfUk, 

West Indies; Florida Keys to BrasU. 

Sparu9 virginicu9 Linmens, Syst. Nat., ad. x, 961, 1188, Soath 

1721. Aniaotramna aarrnla (Cuyier Sl Valandaanaa), IWi it Jadfcf / FOUe JMt. 

Martinique. 

PrUiipoma nrrrnla Cuv. &, Val., Hist. Nat. F^Im., t, m^ 1880^ Martfaiqnt. 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 387 

Ctamii M8. F0XADA8IS Lao^Me. Burroa, 
Pamadaaia Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 516, 1803 (argenteus). 

SabyeMt BHENOVS Jordan k ErermAiiii. 
BkenouB Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North aud Middle America, 1896 (pana- 

1728. PomadaBiB panameimis (Steindachner). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; Panama aud Mazatlan. 
Priatipama panamenns Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iii, 8, 1875, Panama. 

8abgeaat PBI8TIP0MA Carl«r. 

PrisHpinna Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. i, 279, 1817 (haataf etc.). 

1729. PomadaBiB humiliB (Kner & Steindachner). 

Pacific Coast of Panama; Rio Bayano. 

Ptiatipofna humile Kner & Steindachner, Sitzgh. Akad. Wiss. (Milnch.) 1863, 
222, Rio Bayano, near Panama. 

1730. PomadaaiB prodnctus (Poey). 

Caba. 

PrUtipama produetum Poey, Memorias, ii, 186, 1860, Havana. 

1731. PomadaslB maoraoanthuB (Giinther). Burro, 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; Panama; Mazatlan; Chiapas, and Punta 

Arenas. 
PrUtipama macraeanthum Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 18&4. 146, Chiapas. 

1732. PomadaaiB andrei (Sauvage). 

Rio Gnayas, Ecaador. 

PrUtipoma andrei Saavage, Boll. Sci. Philom. Paris, 7th serieH, in, 204, 1879, 
Rio Gnayas, Ecnador. 

1^ Sabyeaas BH0NCISCU8 Jordan k Erermann. 

Bhondseua Jordan <& Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 1896 
(orocro), 

1733. Pomadaaia orooro (Cnvier & Valenciennes). 

West Indies; Cuba to Brazil. 

Priatipoma croiSro Cuv, & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 2(54, 1830, Martinique. 

1734. PomadaslB braniokl (Steindachner). Burrito, 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; Mazatlan to Pern. 

Priaiipoma hranicki Steindachner, Denksohr. kaiserl. Akad. Wiss. Wien, xii, 
2^ 1879, Tnmbez, Peru. 

1735« PomadaBiB ramoBUB (Poey). 

West Indies, south to BraziL 

Priaiipoma ramoaum Poey, Memorias, ii, 186, 1860, Havana. 

Oenm 649. 0BIH0FBI8TI8 Oirard. Pigfiahea, 
Orthopriatia Girard, U. S. Mex. Bound. Survey, Zool., 15, 1859 (duplex =^ 
wryaopterua), 

1736. OrthopriBtiB fbrbeai Jordan &, Starks. 

Albemarle Island, one of the Galapagos Archipelago. 

Orthopriatia forheai J oTdan & Starks, in Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North 
and Middle America, 1896, Albemarle Island. 

1737. OrtlioprlBtlB reddlngl Jordan <& Richardson. 

La iPaz, Lower California. 

Orthopriatia reddinpi Jordan & Richardson, in Jordan, Proc. ^«\. kc .%<i\A^R>^ 
5</9j pL 41, La Paz, Lower Califomia. 



388 KBFOBT OF COMMIBSIONEB OV FIBH AMD 



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178a Ortboprtotto oludoeiui (OttntlMr). 

Fauiifio CoMt of tropieal Amario*, tern Cum 8mi Iaom to tko Oala|wm». 
PritUpama dUiIowm Otlntheri Froo. Zool. Boo. Load. lMi» 146^ ^ 



1739. Oitlioi»teti0 ohtjnoptonui (Linimiu). Pi§fUki SMm^B CMm; B^l^' 

Soath AtUntio and Gulf ooMts of the United Btatee. 

Perea vkrywptera linnniia, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 485| 1796^ ChartotoB, &C. 

1740. Orthoprictia poeyl Sendder. 

West Indies; Harao*. 

OHkopritiU poqfi Soadder, in Poey, Synopalay 312, I868» HaTioA. 

1741. Ortliopciatia oanthnrinm (Jenyna). 

Galapagos lalandB. 

iVittioMui oamfAoHatna Jtejna, Voyage Beagle, Fiahei^ 48^ lB48f Gilipi^M 
• Islands. 



. iabfMNUi ETAPBnm levisB A ■wwm, 
V iTMwHfflf Jordan dt ETennann, Fishes Horth and Middle Amorleay IM 

1742. Orthopriatia letliopriatia Jordan dt Feeler. 

Galapagos Arohipelago. 

QfikaprUiU le«A4!pH«l& Jordan dt Fesler, Ftoe. Ao. Hat 8ei. Phil*. IM, 81^ 
Gmlapagoe Islands. 

esBus 6M. IWAflTETJiA Jovdaa k IMer. 

jMoMla Jordan dt Feeler, Beview of the Spamid Fiahea of AiMiiea and 

Enrope, 497, 1883 (frrwfipiafliif )• 

1743. laaoiella breripinnia fSteindachner). 

Paeifio Coast of llexieo. 

PfUHpcma (rwipimatf Steindaohner, lohth. Notiasa, vm, 10^ 1888, llatatlaB 

OsDns ML MIXntOLIPID0TU8 flUL 
MUxroUpidoiu» GiU, Proo. Ae. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1802, 886 (fmnmhu). 

1744. Microlepidotne inomatas Gill. JapaUm. 

Giilf of Califomia; La Paz and Mazatlan. 

Miorolepidotus inamatu9 Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1862, 256, Cape Sea 
Lucas, Lower California. 

Oenns 658. OSHTATBEXUB GilL 
GenyatrcmuB Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1868, 256 (eacf/rMw). 

1745. Oenyatremna Intena (Blooh). 

Lesser Antilles to Brazil. 

Lutianus luteun Bloch, lohthyologia, pi. 247, 1793, Martinique; on a drawing 
by Plumier. 

Family CLm. 8PARID2B. The Porglee. 

Oenns 663. OTBTNTER Jordan ft Eyermann. Deep-water Porgies. 

Otryntvr Jordan <& Evermann. Fishes N. and M. Amer., 1896 (oaprinut). 

1746. Otrynter caprinua (Boan). 

Deep waters off the west coast of Florida. 
' Sienot&muB caprinun Bean, l^oc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 426, Snapper Banki 
off Pensacola^ Florida. 

Oenns 664. STEHOTOKUS Oill. 
Sitnotomufi (iill, Canadian Nat., 1865, 266 (argyrops), 

1747. Stenotomiie chryeope (Linnreus). Common Scup ; Porgy; Scuppmrng, 

Atlantic Coast of I'liited States, from Cape (;od to South Carolina. 
SpavHn vhrynope J.iniurub, t^ysl. Isat., <Hi« xu, Vl\, Vl^, ^YkaaL\Mft«i^ ^Auth 
C'oroJiua. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 389 

1748. Btenotomos aonleatiui (CaTier Se. Valenciennes). Southern Pargy, 

South Atlantic and Gnlf coasts of United States, Cape Hatteras to Texas. 
Ckrysophrjfs tuiuleata Cavier & Valenciennes^ Hist. Nat. Poias., vi, 137, 1890^ 
Charleston, South Carolina. 

OsDns 665. CALAMUS Bwainson. 
CalamuB Swainson, Nat. Hist. Fishes, etc., ii, 222, 1839 (calamus). 

SabftBu CALAMUS SwsIsmb. 

1749. Calamoa oalamna (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Saucer-^e P^mff ^^ ^ 

Pluma, 

West Indies, north to Florida Keys. 

Pagellus calamus Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi, 206, pi. 162, 
1830, Martinique; San Domingo. 

1750. Calamoa prorldena Jordan &, Gilbert. LUtle-kead Porgy; Pes de Pluma, 

West Indies, north to the Florida Keys. 

ColasiiM proridens Jordan & Qilberty Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1884, 150, Key 
West, Florida. 

1791. Calamoa pennatula Guichenot. 

West Indies. 

Calamus pennatula Guichenot, Reyision des Pagels, 118, 1850, Martinique. 

1752. Calamoa bajonado (Bloch A, Schneider). JolUkead Porgy; Bajonado. 

West Indies, north to Florida Keys. 

SpoTus bajonado Bloch &. Schneider, Syst. lohth., 284,1801; after Parra. 
West Indies. 

Sakfwiit GRAMHATEU8 Poey. 

Orammateus Poey, Ann. Lye Nat. Hist. N. T. 1872, 182 (mioropt). 

1753. Calamoa braohyaomoa (Lockington). Mofarra Oarahata. 

Gnlf of California and neighboring waters, locally abundant from Magda- 

lena Bay to Mazatian. 
Sparus hraehysomus Lockington, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1880, 284, Magdalena 

Bay, Lower California. 

1754. Calamoa leoooateoa Jordan & Gilbert. White-hone Porgy, 

South Atlantic Coast of United States, known only from the markets of 

Charleston, South Carolina. 
Calamus leucosteus Jordan & Gilbert, in Jordan, Cat. Fishes N. A., 91, 1885, 

Charleston, South Carolina. 

1755. Calamoa maoropa Poey. 

Cuba. 

Calamus maorops Poey, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 1872, 181, fig. 8, Havana. 

1756. Calamoa taorinoa (Jenyns). 

Galapagos Islands to Peru. 

Chrysophrus taurina Jenyns, ZooL Beagle, Fishes, 56, pi. 7, 12, 1842, Galapagos 
Isfancls. 

1757. Calamoa penna (Cuvier & Valenciennes). lAttle-mouih Porgy; Sheepshead 

Porgy, 

Southern Florida to Brazil ; known from Charlotte Harbor, Key West, Rio 

Janeiro, St. Thomas, Havana, Camaru, and Kio Grande do Sul. 
Pa^ellN«i>fiiBa Cuvier &, Valenciennen, Hist. Nat. PoisM., vi, 209, 1830, Brazil. 

1758. Calamoa arotifrona Goo<le &. Bean. Grass Porgy ; Shad Porgy, 

Gnlf of Mexico, from Pensacola to Key West. 

Calamvs aretifrons Goode &, Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 425, Pensa- 
cola, Florida. 

1759. Calamoa medioa (Poey). 

West Indies ; Havana. 

Orammateus medius Poey, Ann. Lye. ^at. llv%tK'S.XA^*i,V^,'\^.'V^^%,^^ 



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Otmii #66. PAffllUB Osiiir. 
Pa^na^Cnvier, R^^e Animal, ed. i» 373, 1817 lmf « m im §ss p m §v m ) . 

1760. Pagnu pagms (LinnniiB). Bed Pct$^; Bmm$os Fmr§9 Colmwi^ 

Southern Europe and South Atlantic and Golf eoaato of th« Ualtod Slatai, 

south to Uruguay. 
SparHs poifrui Linnnus, Syat. Nat., ed. x, 379| 1788, soiitlMVii Ennpe. 

Qeaui 557. lAOQDOH HoDnook. Okcpa l^mm. 
Lagodon Holbrook, lohth. South Carolina, 00, 1880 (rkmUMm). 

1761. Lagodon rhomboidoa (LinnwuB). Pii^/Uk; Brmrn; 8M99*9 CMm; Cktfu 

Spina, 

Atlantic and Gulf ooaats of United Statea; Oape Cod to Cnha. 

SparuM rh<mMde$ LinnaBua, Syat. Nat., ed. so, 470, 170^ Chariaaton, 8. C. 

Own 558. ABOHOaABein GilL 8ksep$keai$. 
Areko9arg%9 Gill, Canadian Nat. 1886, 388 (yw>atOflqrilafa>). 

8eka«iMt 8iLEMA J«riM A KfMlMyuu 
SaUma Jordan d& Evermann, Fiahea N. and If. Amar., 18B6'<«alaMoalalM). 

1762. Arohoaargna nninMronlatna (Bloch). Siilemm, 

West Indiee, north to Key West, aonth to Rio Janeiro. 
Perca nnkmuculaia Blooh, lohthyologia, pi. 806^ 1788^ BraaQ; oa a flgua by 
Prince Maurice. 

1763. Arohoaargna pourtaleali (Steindaohner). 

Galapagoe Islands. 

Sargu9 pourtaUHi Steindachner, Fiache AIMkai^ 86^ 1881, Qalapagoa Idaads. 

1764. Arohoaargna tridena (Poey). 

Cuba. 

8argu$ trideiu Poey, Enumeratio, 57, 1875, Cuba. 

Sakgmai ABCH08AM178 6111. 

1765. Arohoaargna probatooapfaalva (Walbaom). Sk$tp§kmi; 5ary# JMada. 

Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States; Ci^ God to Florida K^ya 

and Texas. 
Sparu9 prohatooephalHs Walbaum, Artedi Pise., 296, 1782, New York ; based 
on Schopf. 

1766. Archosargus ariea (Cuvier &, Valenciennes). 

Hondnras to Brazil ; Kio Janeiro; Maracaibo; Belize. 
SarguM aritB Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi, 68, 1880, Rio 
Janeiro; Maracaibo. 

Oenns 569. BIPLOBUS Rafinesqne. 
DiploduH Rafinesqne, Indiee dlttiologia 8iciliana, 54, 1810 {omnuUariM). 

1767. Diplodns holbrookii (Bean). 

Sonth Atlantic and Cfiilf roasts of the Unitetl States; Cape Hatteras to 

Cedar Keys. 
SanjuH holbrookii Beau^ Forest and Stream, June 13, 1878, Charleston, S. C 

1768. Diplodus argenteus (('nvi<'r «fe Valenci«'nueH). Sargo. 

Wost Indies: Florida and the Bermndas, sonth to Argentina. 

SargiiH argvnhuB ( 'uvier &, Valeucieuues. liist. Nat. Poiss.. VI, 60. 1830, Brazil 

1769. Diplodus 8arg:u8 (LinnaMis). Sargo. 

Coast of Rontliern Knrope; Bermudas. 

Sparus sargni* LinuaMis. Syst. Nat., ed. X, 278, 1758. Mediterranean. 

Family CLIV. MMNIDJB. The Picarela. 

■ 

Oenas 660. 8PICARA Bafinetqae. 
Sp'uara Ratines<iue, Caratteri, etc., 51. 1810 {fl€xuo8a:=9mar\9). 

1770. Spicara martinica (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Went Indii'H. 

SmariH martiniciin Cuv. «V Val.. Hist. Nat. Poiss.. vi. 424, 1830^ Martinique. 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 391 

Oenni 661. XMMELICHTHT8 Hichmidson. 
EmmelichthifB Richardson, Voy. Erebos and Terror, FisheS; 47, 1846 (niiidu$). 

Sibgenis INEBHU Poey. 

Inermia Poey, Memorias, ii, 193, 1860 {vitiata). 

1771. BmmeliohthyB vittatus (Poey). Boga, 

Coasts of Caba. 

Inermia Httata Poey, Memorias, ii, 193, 1860, Havana. 

Family CLV. QERRIDiB. The Mojarraa. 

Oeniu 562. EUCIHOSTOKUS Baird ft Oirard. Mojarriias, 
Eucinoatamus Baird Sl Girard, Ninth Smithson. Rept., 1855, 20 (argenteus). 

1772. Bucinostomtia dbwi (Gill). 

Pacific coasts of tropical America ; Galapagos Islands ; Panama. 
Diapteruti dotci Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 162, Panama. 

1773. Bacinostomus pseudogula Poey. 

West Indies to Brazil ; Bermudas; Caba^ St. Lncia; Bahia. 
Eucino«tomuB paeudogula Poey, Enameratio, 53, pi. i, 1875, Havana. 

1774. Bacinostomus harengulus Goode & Bean. 

Atlantic Coast of tropical America; western Florida; Key West; Jamaica; 

San Domingo; Babia. 
Eucinostomus harengului Goode & Bean, Proc. I J. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 132, west 

Florida. 

1775. Bucinostomns callfomiensis (Gill). Mojarra Cantilena, 

Pacific Coast of Mexico; GnaymaH and Cape San Lacas to Panama. 
DiapteruB californienns Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 245, Cape San 
Lacas, Lower California. 

1776. Bacinostomns gala (Cavier & Valenciennes). Mojarra de Ley; Petite Gueule, 

Atlantic Coast of America from Carolina to Brazil, north to Long Island. 
Gerrea gula Cnv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi, 464, 1830, Martinique. 

Oenui 668. mJEXA Jordan ft Eyermann. 

Ulaema Jordan &, Evermann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 471 {lefroyi), 

1777. Ulaema lefroyi (Goode). 

West Indies, on sandy shores north to Cedar Keys ; Bermadas ; Caba ; Key 

West. 
Diapierus lefroyi Goode, Amer. .Tour. Sci. Arte 1874, 123, Bermudas. 

Oenm 564. XT8TSXA Jordan ft Evermann. Mojarrae Blancae, 
Xystf»ma Jordan & Evermann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 471 {dnereue), 

1778. Xystaema oinereom (Walbaam). Mojarra deCaaia; Mojarra Blanca ; Broad 

Shad. 

Coasts of tropical America; West Indies, north to Florida; Havana; 

Jamaica; Martinique; Bahamas; Barbados; Florida Keys; Mazatlan; 

Kio Presidio ; Guatemala ; Panama ; Chiapas. 
Mugil cinereua Walbaum, Artedi Piscium, 228, 1792, Bahamas ; after Catesby. 

Genns 565. 0EBBE8 Cavier. Mojarraa, 

Gerrea Cuvier, R5gne Animal, ed. 2, n, 104, 1829 {lineatua, etc.). 

8abgesat MOHABBA Poej. 

Moharra Poey, Enameratio, 50, 1875 (rhombea), 

1779. Gtorres rhombens Cavier &, Valenciennes. 

West Indies and Atlantic coast of tropical America; Jamaica; San Do- 
mingo; Martiniq^ne; Puerto Cabello ; Havana; Aspinwall; Rio Magda- 
lena: Santa Lncia; Bahia. 

Gerrea rhomheua Cavier A Valenoiennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi, 459, 1830, 
Martinique; San Domingo. 



392 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Sabgenai DIAPTEBU8 Buianl. 
Diapierus Bonzani, Nov. Comment. B<mon.y v, 1841, 340 (avroliw). 

1780. Qerres aureolas Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Panama; only original type known. 

Gerre9 aitreolua Jordan Sl Gilbert, Bull. U. 8. Fish Com., i, 1881 (1882), 'J», 
Panama. 

1781. Qerres penivicuius Cnvier &> Yalenoiennee. Mcjarra de la$ AUUt$ AwkMriUtu. 

West coast of tropical America; Mazatlan; Salina Cmz; Chiapas; 

Panama; Peru. 
Gerres peruriantis Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poisa., vi, 467, 183D, 

Payta, northern Pern. 

1782. Qerres olisthostoma Goode Sc Bean. Iriih Pomptmo; Muttcn-JUk, 

West Indies, north to southern Florida. 

Gtrre$ olisthoatoma Goode & Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Hue- 1882, 423, Indian 
River, Florida. 

Sabgenui OEBBES Carter. 

1783. Qerres brevimanus Gilnther. 

Pacific coast of tropical America: only original type known. 
Gerrea brevimanua Gilnther, Proc. ZooL Soo.Lond. lo64, lfi2, Chiapas. 

1784. Qerres lineatus (Humboldt). Mojarra China, 

West coast of Mexico; Acapulco; Mazatlan: San Bias; Chiapas. 
SfMtrxB lineatu9 Humboldt, Observ. Zool., u, 186, pi. 46, 1807-1834, Acapulco. 

1785. Gterres brasilianus Cuvier &> Valenciennes. Poiao, 

Cuba to Bahia. 

Gerres brasilianus Cuvier &. Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi, 458, 183D, 
Brazil; Porto Rico. 

1786. Qerres embryz Jordan &. Starks. 

Coast of South Carolina. 

Gftrea embryx Jordan &, Starks, in Jordan &> Evermann, Fishes North and 

Middle America, 1896, South Carolina. 

1787. Qerres plumleri Cuvier &. Valenciennes. Mojarra. 

Atlantic coa.st of tropical America and West Indies; Havana; Porto Rico; 

SauDumiugo; Jamaica; Pernambiico; Babia; Aspiuwall; Guatemala. 
Gerres plumieri Cuvier & Valeucieunes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., vi. 452, 1830, 

Autilles; Porto Kico. 

1788. Qerres mezicanus Steindacbncr. 

Kio Tcai»a, Mexico. 

Gvrns mexiranns Steindacbncr, Uobor eine Neue Gerres-Art aus Mexico, 
Verb. K. K. Geo. Wieu., xiii, 383, 1863, Kio Teapa, Mexico. 

Family CLVI. KTPHGSIDiB. The Rudder-FUhea. 

Oenus 566. OISELLA Gray. 

(rinlui (iray. Illustrations of Indian Zoology, about 1840 {punctata). 

1789. Qirella nigricans (Ayree). CaUfnrnia lihufinh. 

('o;»Ht ot' Kouthcrn California, from Monterey to Capo Sail Lnca«. 
(iimdrinu ni(jriran>^ AyrcH, l*roc. ( al. Ac. Sci. 1861, 81. lig. 22, California. 

Oenus 567. DOYDIXODOH Valenciemies. 

Di>>id\xtnion Valenci<?nnc.s, Voya^^e <l« la Vonus, v. 318, ISivi (/remiar«//ri). 

1790. Doydixodon freminvillei Valen<"ienne8. 

C.'ilap.'i^os Islan<ls and coast of Tern. 

Duiidisodon fr» iniurillti Valencicuues. Voyage \Y'UU8, 323, pi. 5, 18S5, (Jala- 

juigos l&lands. 



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OHECK-LIBT OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 393 

eeniu 668. HEBMOSIUA Jenkins Bt EVermann. 
J3ermo9illa Jenkins & Eyermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1888, 144 (aturea), 

1791. HermoBilla asurea Jenkins & Evermann. 

Gulf of California. 

Hemumlla aeurea Jenkins Sl Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 144, 
Qnaymas, Mexico. 

Oenns 669. KTPH0BU8 Lao^dde. 
Kifpho8U8 LaodpMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ui, 114, 1802 (bigihbus=fu8ou8), 

1792. Kjrphosiis analogua (Gill). Salema. 

Paoifio Coast of tropical America, Gnlf of California to Panama. 
PimelepieruBanaloguaGlU, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 245, Cape San Lucas. 

1793. KjrphosuB inciaor (Cavier Sc Valenciennes). Chopa Amarilla, 

Cuba. L- /Vr«yJt . 

Pimelepterus imsUar Cuv. <& Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., vii, 266, 1831, BraziL 



1794. KyphoBUB elegans (Peters). Chopa, 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, from Guaymas to Mazatlan. 
Pimelepterus ekgansretenj Berlin. Monatsb., 707, 1869, Mazatlan, Mexico. 




1795. KyphotfUB aeotatrix (LinnsBUs). Rudder-fish; Bermuda Chub; Chopa Blanca, 

West Indies, ranging from Cape Cod to Brazil, crossing the ocean to the 
Canary Islands; accidental in the Mediterranean; one taken at Palermo. 
Feroa seciatrix Linn»us, Syst. Nat., ed. xu, ^, 1766| '' America.'' 

1796. Kyphoana Inteaoens (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Revillagigedo Archipelago. 

Pimelepterus luteaoena Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. NT M. 1881, 229, Braitb- 

waite Bay, Socorro Island. ^/z-^^^^^At^ ^ CKa-A ^UX^ ^C^^-^ 

6«niu 670. 8ECTAT0R Jordan Bt Feeler. 
Sectator Jordan &, Feeler, Review Sparoid Fishes, 534, 1893 (ocyunu), 

1797. Sectator ocynma (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Fimelepterui ooyuru$ Jordan &> Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1881, 327, 328, 
Bay of Panama, 

Oeniu 671. MEDIALUHA Jordan ft Fesler. Medialunaa, 
Medialuna Jordan & Feeler, Review Sparoid Fishes, 536, 1893 (calif omienHa), 

1798b Medialuna oalifomienola (Steindachner). Medialuna; Half-moon, 

Coast of southern California, from Point Conception southward to Cerros 

Island. 
Searpie califomienais Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., iii, 19, 1875, San Diego. 

Family CLVII. SCLSNIDJES. The Croakers. 
Subfiunily OTOLITHIN2I. 

Qmam 678. HKBIFHUB Ayres. 

Seriphue Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., ii, 1861, 80 (politus). 

1799. fitaripbiui politas Ayres. Queenfiah; White Croaker, 

Coast of southern California, from Point Conception to Cerros Island; 

common on sandy shores. 
8eriphu$ politus Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci«, ii, 1861, 80, no locality given. 

taras 678. X80FI8THU8 Gill. 
I$opi8thu8 Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 18 {parvipinnU). 

1800. Zeopistliiui remifer Jordan Sl Gilbert. 

Panama^ on sandy shores, rather common. 

I90pi$iku§ rm^fer Jordan & Gilbert, BuU. U. S. Fish Com. 1881^ 320, Panama. 



394 BEPOBT OF COMHISSIONEB OF FISH AMD JIBBBBin. 

1801. Zaopistliiui panripliiiiUi (Cavier & ValeneiemiM). 

CoMt of Brazil, north to Ci^eone. 

An€iflod4m parHpinnU Cav. & Val., HUt. Nat. Poiai., v, 84. 1890^ C»j«Baa. 

tarai 674. OnrOfldOV GiU. WeakJUkm. 
CyiMMoioa OiU, Proe. Ao. Nat. 8oi. PhUa. 1883, 18 {n§M»). 

8«bfens BUGCONE Joriia k Bf«nwuui. 
Bueeane Jortlan &, EvermaDii, new sabganna (prwdmiorimM), 

1802. Cjnoaoion praBdatorliui (Jordan A Gilbert). Boeome. 

« Coast of Panama: soaroe. 

Cutreua prttdatoriuM Jordan A, Gilbert^ in Jordan A EigMunaiui, Review 
of the Soiaenida, 363, 1889, Panama. 

8ek«Miu CTNOSCION GIU. 

1803. Cynoeolon aooopa (Lac^pMe). Aoompm; Taer^, 

Atlantic Coast of Sonth Amerioa, Brasil north to Venetnela; general] j 

common. 
CMUHiipieruB aeompa Lao^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ill, 646^ 1803; Cajenne. 

1804. C y n oa o l on aqnamipiniiia (Gflnther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; known from a few speciBens taken at 

La Union and Panama. 
OtolUhua §qu€mipinni$ GUnther, Fishes Cent. Am., 887 and 438; 1880; Panama. 

1808. C y n oa o l on othonopfeeraa Jordan A Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. 

dyaotoioa otkonopUrmm Jordan A, Gilbert, Proe. U.S. Nat Mns. 1881.374, 
Pnnta San Felipe, Mexico. 

1806. Cynoaolon obliqoatna (Valenciennes). 

Ifartiniqne. 

OtoliikuM obliquMiuM Valenciennes, in SanTage, Boll. Soe. Fhilom* Paris, ui, 
208, 1879, Martinlqae. 

1807. Cjrnoaoion jamaloenafa (Vaillant A Boconrt). 

Jamaica. 

Otolith H8 jamaicefuiB Vaillant A Boconrt, Miss. Sci.an Mesiqne, Poissons, 

156, 1874, Jamaica. 

1808. Cynoscion nothus (Holbrook). Bastard Weakfi$h. 

Sooth Atlantic and Gulf coasts of United States; rather rare at Charleston? 
OtolitkHa Hothua Holbrook, lobth. S. C.*^ 134, pi. 19, iig. 1, 1860, Sonth Carolina. 

1809. Cynoscion regalia (Bloch A Schneider). Common JfeakJUk; Squettagme;, 

^'SeaTrouty / 

Atlantic and Gnlf coasts of United States, Capo Cod southward to Mobile. 
Jokn'iHH regalin Bloch A Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 75, 1801, New York 

1810 Cynoscion thalasainua (Holbrook). 

PenRACola; Pass Christian, MissiMsippi; Hampton Roads, Virginia. 
OtoUlhita thalaMainua Holbrook, Ichth. South Carolina, 132, pi. 18, fig. 2, 1859, 
Charleston. South Carolina. 

1811. Cynoscion reticulatus ((ifiuther). Corrina. 

Pacitic Coast of tropical America. Ma/.atlan to Panama. 
Oiolithfis rttinilaliiH (Hinther, Pruc. Zool. Soc Lond. 1864, 149, San Jom* dc 
(iiiatcmala ; Cbiapaui. 

1812. Cynoscion nebulosus (Cuvier «V Valenciennes). Spotted H'eakfiah; Sjtothd 

Sipifttayii*; Sftotttd ^ta Trout. 

South Atlantic aii<l (>tilf Coast of the United States; New York to Texas: 

(*vt*rywherci conuuon on our southern coast; rare north of Virginia. 
OtoWhif* mhuloHHH ('iivu;r «St Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., V, 79, 183iK 

locality unknown. 

1813. Cynoscion parvipinnis Ayres. ("ulifornia ^^lUiiffitth.*' 

Coasts of Lower California: .*<anta Hirhara fslands to Guaymaa; common 

aloii:: tlie coasts ot soiitlKTu California, as far north as San Pedro. 
Cjfnoscion ptirripinnis AsTiiti, Proc, Cal. Ac. Sci. 1801, 150, coast of Lower 

(all forma. 



CHECK-LTST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES- 395 

1814. Cynoaoion xanthnlua Jordan &. Gilbert. Cornna de las Aleias; Amarillas. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico; not rare about Mazatlan. 

Cynoseion xanihulum Jordan <& Gilbert, Froc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 460, 
Mazatlan. 

1815. Cynoaoion albas (Giintber). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America; not rare at Panama. 

Otolithua albus Giintner, Proo. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 149, Cbiapam; Panama. 

18li5. Cynoaoion macdonaldi Gilbert. Totuava. 

Golf of California. 

Cynotdan fMtodanaldi Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 64, head of Gnlf 
of California. 

1817. Cynoaoion atolzmanni (Steindachner). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America from Panama to Peru. 
Otoliihu8 atolzmanni Steindachner, Nene u. Seltene Fische k. k. Zool. Mns. 
Wien, 35, 1879, pi. 2, fig. 1, Tumbez, Peru. 

SabgeBai ATBACT08CI0X Oili. 

Atractoscion Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 18 {(rquidens), 

1818. Cynoaoion nobilia (Ayres). '' White Sea-haaa^' of California, 

Coast of California, north to San Francisco, occasionally straying farther. 
Johniua nobilia Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1860, 78, San Francisco. 

1819. Cynoaoion phoxocephalna Jordan & Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America ; Panama. 

Cynoaoion phoxocephalum Jordan & Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish. Com. 1881, 318, 
Panama. 

1820. Cynoaoion leiarchoa (Cnvier <& Valenciennes). 

Coasts of Brazil and (iniana. 

Otolithua leiarchva Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hiat. Nat. Poiss., v, 78, 1830, 
Brazil; Cayenne. 

1821. Cynoaoion vireacena (Cnvier <& Valenciennes). 

Coasts of Gniana and Brazil. 

Otolithua vireacena Cuvier & Valenciennes, Ilist. Nat. Poiss., v, 72, 1830, Suri- 
nam. 

1822. Cynoaoion miorolepidotna (Cnvier <& Valenciennes). 

Coast of Brazil and Guiana. 

Otolithua microlepidotua Cuvier «& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 79, 1830, 
Surinam. 

Ganiu 676. 8A0SNICHTHT8 Berg. 
Sagcnichthya Berg, Ann. Mns. Nac. Buenos Aires, 52, 1895 (ancylodon). 

1823. Sageniohthya ancylodon (Bloch & Schneider). Peaoadillo delJiey. 

Tropical America, on both coasts; Panama; Guiana; Brazil; ITrugnay; 

rather scarce. 
Lonohurua ancylodon Bloch & Schneider, SyHt. Ich., 102, pi. 25, 1801, Surinam. 

Ganiis 676. NEBBIS Cuvier Bt Valendennes. 
Nehria Cnvier «fe Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 149, 1830 {mioropa), 

1824. Nebria mioropa Cnvier & Valenciennes. 

Atlantic Coast of northern South America; sandy shores. 
Nehria mioropa Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 149, pi. 112,1830, 
Surinam. 

1825. Nebria zeatua Jordan & Starks. 

Panama. 

Nebria zeatM Jordan & Starks, in Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes Nortk &a<l 
Middle Ainerica, 1896, Panama. 



396 REPORT OF COmOBSIONER OF FI8H AHD FmHRBflfc 



677. FLA0ID0OIOiV flffl. 

Plo^ioMfon Gill, Proo. Ao. Nat. Bei. Phil*. 18n» tt (ft g&amio AmBtiptim 

only, no tpeoias or type being Indloftted). 

1826. PlAgioeoSon sqiuunociMdmiui (Heokel). 

Riyen of Gaiana and Brasll: generally OMBmon aoiilliiraM. 
8ckBn0 $quama$i99ifma Beekel, Annalen dee Wiener Uvmnm, n« 4S8, IMD^ 
Amason Riyer. 

1827. Plagioaoloa anifnanumala (Sleeker). 

Riyere of Goiana, Yenexnela. and Colombia. 

F9mUh§oUma 8urtmamen$ii Bleekeri Andi. Ntarl. Set Bsael. e« Ra*., vm, 
1873, 468, 18, Bnrinam. 

1828. Plagioaoion heterolepia (Bleeker). 

Barinam. 

Jokmku Atff^'olspfo Bleeker, Aroh. NeerL, vxn, 1818^ wifh^latot floriaaai. 



e<nni678. lASmira Oayiar * Ti 
LwrimuB Cnyier & Yalenoiennee, Hist Nat Poiai., ▼, 140^ 1880 (Ine i e y i), 

1829. Xiarlmna argentena (Gill). 

Panama, locally oommon. 

Jflii^teiim arfMteM Gill, Ptoe. Ao. Nat 8eL Phila. 1888p IflB^ Wilt eoaal Ci^ 
tral America. 

m 

1880. Larimna efltalgena Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of Mexito, Sonera to Panama. 

Lmrimus ^lgen9 Gilbert MS., 1886^ Ban Joan LagooOy Senoia. 

1831. Larimna aooUvla Jordan A Bristol. 

West coast of Mexico and Central Ameriea, horn Bonora to Piaaaa. 
l4urimu» acelivU Jordan A Bristol, Ptoe. u. 8. Nat Mas. 1888^ Baa Joan 
Lagoon, Bonora. 

1882. Ziarimoa brevloepa Cnyier A. Valenciennes. 

West Indies, sonth to Brazil. 

Larimua brevioep$ Cuvier &, Valenciennes. Hist Nat Poiss., v, 146. pi. 140, 
1830, Brazil; San Domingo. 

1833. Larimna pacificua Jordan dc Bollman. 

Pacific Ocean, off coast of Colombia. 

Larimiu pacificHs Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 161, Alba- 

troHs Station 2802, 8^ 38' N., 79" 31' 30^' W., between Galapagos Islands 

and Panama. 

1834. Larimns faaciatna Holbrook. 

South Atlantic Coast of the Unite<l States, fh>m Chesapeake Bay to Oal- 

vestout Texas; not common. 
Larimu$ faaciatua Holbrook, Ichtb. Sonth Carolina, 153, pi. 22, fig. 1, 1880, 

Charleston, S. C. 

OeniiB 679. 0D0NT08CI0H Oill. 

Odonioscion Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1862, 18 (dentex). 

1835. Odontoscion dentez (Ciivicr <& Valenciennes). Corrina, 

\Ve8t ln<1ie8. 

Corrina dtnier (*nvier Si Valenciennes, Hist. Nat Poiss., v, 139, pi. 109, 1830, 
>San Domingo. 

1836. Odontosciou zanthops Cfilbert. 

rniiunia. 

OdonloMrion xanthopn (Gilbert MS., 189(5, Panama. 

Oenoi 680. COBVirLA Jordan k Eigenmami. 

Corrula .Jordan & Kif^eiimann, Hevirw of .^ciipnidnc Europe and America, 
in Report V. S. Fisb Com. 18>6 (1889), 377 {hatahana), 

^Ola macrops (^^t('iIl(l:l^hIlo^). Vacuocua, 

dflo Coast of troiiiral .XiiK^rica. MazutUn to Pwuama. 

Hma macrops .SU'iudachuer, klilb. Ucvti., vvii'iA^lciv^.^iA^^^^ 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH ABiERICAN FISHES. 397 

1838. Corvola sialiB Jordan & Eigenmann. 

Florida Kotb. 

Corvula HalU Jordan <& Eigenmann, Report U. S. Fish Com. 1886 (1889), 379, 
Key West. 

1839. Corviila subaBqualia (Poey). 

West Indies. 

Corvina tubcequalU Poey, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. New York 1875, 58, Cuba. 

1840. Conmla MuiotaB-liioias Jordan. 

West Indies. 

Ccrvula sancUs-ludoB Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 649, Port Castries, St. 
Lncia. 

1841. Conmla batabana (Poey). 

Cuba and Poerto Rico. 

Johniua hatabanut Poey, Memorias, ii, 184, 1860, Batabano, south coast of 
Cuba. 

Oenni 681. ELAnABCHUS Jordan ft Xvsrmann. 
Elaii4srcku9 Jordan & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Am., 1896 {arohidium), 

1842. Elattarchna archidimn (Jordan Sl Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Odimtosdon aroAtdium Jordan Sl Gilbert, Bull. U. S. F. C. 1881, 317, Panama. 

CNmni 688. BAISDIELLA 0iU. Madem^$eUe8, 
Bairdiella Gill, Cat. Fish. East Coast N. A., 33, 1861 {argyroleuoa = dkry$ura), 

1843. Bairdiella chrysura (Lao^pMe). Mademoiaelle ; Tellow-iaiL 

South Atlantic and Gulf coasts of United States, north to New York; very 
abundant on our sandy shores from Long Island to Texas. 

Dipterodon ohrysurus Lao^p^d^,\Hi8t. Nat. Poiss., iii, 64, 1802, South Caro- 
lina; after Linnsos. 

1844. BairdieUa ensifera (Jordan Sc Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Soiama ensifera Jordan & Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1881, 313, Bay of 
Panama; Punta Arenas. 

1845. Bairdiella iciatia (Jordan &. Gilbert). Corbineta. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, rather common about Mazatlan. 

Scicena icistia Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 356, Mazatlan. 

1846. Bairdiella ronchua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Ronoo; Corvina, 

Atlantic coasts of tropical America, generally common in the West Indies 

and along the coast of Brazil. 
Corvina ronchua Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss.^ v, 107, 1830, 

Maracaibo; Surinam. 

1847. Bairdiella armata Gill. 

Both coasts of tropical America; not uncommon on the Pacific Coast about 
Panama, and equally abundant on the Atlantic Coast. 

Bairdiella armata Gill, rroc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 164, west coast of 
Central America. 

1848. Bairdiella alnta (Jordan &. Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of Central America. 

Soicena aluta Jordan Sc Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 232, La Union, 
San Salvador. 

1849. Bairdiella chryaolenoa (Giinther). 

Panama. 

Corvina chryaoletica Giinther, Fish. Central America, 387 and 427, plate 67^ 
Bg. 1, 1809, Panama. 



398 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AKD F! 

• Ganns MS. 8ISLUFEEUB Btaik. 

Staiiferms Stark, Elements Nat. HUr., i, 450, 1828 (tMIt^); JM* OOL 

1830. StelliliBnis OMsitana (Jordan A Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Seiana 09eitan$ Jordan A Gilbert, BnlL U. 8. F. C. 1881, 812» Baj of 



1851. StelliliBnia ftirthi (Steindachner). 

Panama. 

Carvina {Homaprion) fwriki Steindaohner, lohtli. Baitr., lUt 96, flg. S, 1815, 
Panama. 

1852. Stellifema iUeoebroaaa Gilbert. 

Panama. 

8Ull\f€ru9 illeeebronu Gilbert, Proc. CaL Ao. SoL 1896^ Fanama. 

185a SteUifema atellilier (Blocb). 

Coaats of Gniana and Brazil. 

BodUmuB 9ielHfer Bloch, lobthyologia, pi. 381, 1790, ''Cape of Good Hope.** 

1854. StaUifema lanoaolataa (Holbrook). 

South Atlantic and Gulf coasts of United States, Cliarleaton to Texas. 
SomoprUm laneeolaiut Holbrook, Ichth. South CaroUna, ed. i, 168^ pL S3, 1868^ 
Port Royal Sound, South Carolina. 

1855. SteUifema ericijmba (Jordan A Gilbert). 

Panama. 

ScUtua erUtgmba Jordan A Gilbert, BulL U. 8. F. 0. 1881, 811, Baj of Paaana. 

1856. SteUifema mioropa (Steindachner). 

Coast of Brazil and Guiana. 

Cortina mier9p9 Steindachner, Ichth. Notiien, 1, 6^ pi. 8, flg. 1, 1864^ Guiaaa. 

1857. SteUitena seatooama Gilbert. 

Panama. 

StelUfenu Me$iooaru$ GUbert, Proc. Cal. Ao. Sd. 1888, Fenama. 

Oonu9 684. OPHIOSCIOH Oill. 

OphioacioH Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 164 (typiom$). 

1858. Ophioscion adustus Jordau &. Evormanu. 

West Indies to coast of Brazil. 

Ophioacion adustua Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 
1896. PumambQco ; J6r6mie; Hayti; Brazil. 

1859. Ophioscion typicus Gill. 

Panama. 

Ophioscion typicua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 165, west ooast Centra! 
America. 

1860. Ophioscion strabo (Gilbert. 

I^auama. 

Ophioacion ntniho (iilbert, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, Panama. 

1861. Ophioscion simulus Gilbert. 

ranama. 

Ophioscion nimihtH (filbert, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, Panama. 

1862. Ophioscion imiceps CJonlan tV <«ilbert). 

Panama. 

.sViVmki imivrpH .lordan A (iilbort. Bull. l'. »S. F. ('. 1881.309, Baj of Panama. 

1863. Ophioscion scierus (.Ionian tV (Gilbert). 

PacilK' Coast of tropical America, from Mazatlau to Panama. 

Sciii na ttc'ma .Inrdun iV ('ilbert. Proc. V. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 480^ Panama 

1864. Ophioscion vermicularis ((iiintln-r-. 

Panama. 

Con 'nut iermicnhirin (•iintbt'L*. FiaU.rttwtYwl \.\uetvv>i« 38T «kud-i27, vl.87, Ar 

L\ lf<(lfK rnn.snin. 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 399 

Genus 5S5. 8CLfiH0P8 GilL Bed Drums. 
Sekmops Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 30 (oceUatus). 

1865. SoiaenopB ocellatns (LinnsBus). Red Drum; Channel Ecus; ** Redflah*^' 

Peacado Colorado; Bull Bedfiah. 

Soath Atlantic and Galf coasts of the United States, New York to Texas. 
PfToa ocellata LinniBUs, Syst. Nat., ed. xii. 483, 1766, Soath Carolina. 2 

Oenni 586. SdJEVA (Artedi) LbuuBU. Black Drums. t^i ^ 

Scicfna, part, Artedi, Genera Piscinm, 1738. > :r) r* 

Ssbgeaas GALLAU8 JordsB. ^ ^ B 

Callaus Jordan, Review of Sciasnida), 401, 1889 (delioiosa), q ^ 

*-) X > 

1866. Sciasna delioiosa (Tschudi). O lO ^ 

Pacific Coast of South America, from Panama to Peru. .-4 "^ 

Corvina delioiosa Tschudi, Fauna Peruana Ichthyol., 8, 1845, Pern. ^ O n 

Z 03 -1 
Siibff«Biii CHSILOTREMA Tselmdl. ^ .< 



Cheilotrema Tschudi, Fauna Peruana, FischCj 13, 1845 (fasciatum). 






1867. Scissna satnma (Girard). BedBonoador; Black Croaker. ^ C ^ 

Coast of southern California, from Santa Barbara to Cerros Island. ^ C/) 

Amhlodon satumus Girard, U. S. Pac. R. R. Survey, 98, 1858, San Diego, Cal. ^ ^ 

Geniu 587. BOHCADOB Jordan ft CKlbert. 31 

Boneador Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 28 (steamsi). 

1868. Ronoador steamsi (Steindachner). Boneador. 

Coast of southern California, north to Santa Barbara. 

Corvina steamsi Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., lu, 22, 1875, San Diego. 

Oeniu 688. LEXOSTOMUS Lao^pdde. Goodies. 
Leiostonius Lac6p6de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 439, 1802 (xanthuriis). 

1869. Leiostomos zanthums Lac<5pMe. Spot; Goody; Post-croaker; Oldwife; 

Lafayette. 

South Atlantic and Gulf coasts of United States; Cape Cod to Texas; 

once doubtfully recorded from Martinique. 
Leiostomus xanthurus Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 439, pi. 10, fig. 1, 1802, 

Carolina. 

Genni 689. PACHTP0P8 OiU. 

Paohypops Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 87 (trifilia). 

• 

1870. Paohypops fdrorssns (Lac^p^de). 

Rivers and estuaries of Guiana. 

Perca furcrcea Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 398, 424, 1802, Surinam. 

Qeniu 590. OENTOHEKUS Gill. 
Genyonemus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 87 (lineatus). 

1871. Gtenyonemus lineatus (Ayres). Little Boneador ; Kingfish; Croaker. 

Coast of southern California, San Francisco to Cerros Island. 
Leiostomus lineatus Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1855, 25, San Francisco. 

Genni 691. MXCBOPOOOH Cnyier ft Valendennes. Croakers. 

Mioropogon Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 213, 1830 (li7^eatus= 
undulatus). 

1872. Ikiicropogon undulatas (Linnipus). Croaker; Boncadina; Corvina. 

South Atlantic and Gu<f coasts of United States ; Cape Cod to Texas. 
Peroa undulata Linmeas, Syst. Nat., ed. xn, 483, 1766, South Carolina. 

1873. Mioropogon fomieri (Desmarest). Ferrugato. 

West Indies and coasts of South America. 

Umhrina fumieri Desmarest, Premii^te D6cadft lc\it\L^o\.,^,\\.*i,^^.^,\'^^ 
Havana, 



400 BEPOBT OF COMMISSIONISB OF FSH AMP FnBXBIB& 

2B74. Bdoropoffoii nwgalopft Gilbert. 

OnlfofCAlifornift. 

iOoragMfMi megal€p$ Gilbert, Proc. U. B. Hal Mae. 1880^ 64^ Gulf of Calitenui, 
in 14 flithoma, at Albatroee Station 8081. 

2B76. Hioropogon ootenoo Jordan A Gilbert V m rm§M 99 . 

Faoiflo Coast of Mexico; Mazatlan. 

Jtf<er«^|M99i» MleiMf Jordan 4t Gilbert, Free. U. 8. Nak Mns. 1881, 808^ Mni^ 

1876. Hioropogon altipinnia Gttnther. 

Panama. 

Mioropogim alUMnnU GQnther, Froo. ZooL fikw. Lond. 1861, 148; 8m Jose: 
Ftoama; Cniapam. 

Gmios 688. UMBUVA OBvi«r. 

Umbrina CoTier, R^gne Animal, ed. I, n, 387, 1817 (efrroM ; Mmm L. being 
restricted to Mnma widra, a LinnaMUi, and to Bctmmt agai lai • Bon-Lui* 
niean species). 

2877. trmbfinn broooaoonetli Oirrier Sl Valeneiennea. 

West Indies; Florida to Brazil. 

IZfliMfia hram9¥mntiHi Cot. ft VaL, Hist Nat Polss., T, 187, 1880; Jaaalea. 

2878. Vmbrinn oo r oidoB CnTier 4b Yaleneiennee. 

Coast of Brazil. 

Umbrina earoidm CnTieir A Valenciennes, Hist Ifat Polsi^ Y, 187, 1880; Bnail. 

2879. Umbiinn ronondor Jordan dt Gilbert. Fsflew-JltMcd Boncmiar; Tttlmv Mt 

Croaktr, 

Coast of sonthem Califbmia, tnm Point Coneention to GnMrnas. 
Uwtkrinm raneadar Jordan dt Gilbert, Froo. U. 8. Fat Mna. 1881, 877, Fsq 
Bay, west coast Lower California. 

2880. Umbfinn xanti Gill. 

Pacific Coast of tropical Amerioa, Cape San Lneas to Panama. 
CiiiiMiui xmH QUI Proe. Ac. MatBeL nUn. 1881; 866; Cape Bwi Ln 

1881. Umbrina sinalosB Scofield. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico ; Mazatlan. 

Umbrina tdnalooB Scofield, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1898, Maaatlan. 

1882. Umbrine^ galapagomm Steindachner. 

Galapafi^oB Archipelago. 

Umbrina galapagornm Steindachnor, Ichth. Beitr., vii, 20, 1878, James Island, 
Galapagos. 

1883. Umbrina dorsalis Oill. 

Pacific Coa8t of Mexico. 

Umbrina dorBcUn Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Bci. Phila. 1882, 257, Cape San Lncas. 

Oeniu 593. MEMTICIKRHUS Oill. KingfiaheB, 

Menticirrhns (Jill. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila. 1861, 86 (aJburnu8). 

1884. Menticirrhus aimus .Jordan & Eigenmnnn. 

Pacific CoaHt of tropirnl America; Mazatlan to Panama. 
MentivirrhuH Hiinun .lordan 6i Eigcnmann, Review Scitcuidip, 427, 1889, Maz- 
atlan and Panama. 

1885. Menticirrhus uasus ((iiiutker). 

Panama. 

Umbrina naxux (riinthor, Fishes Central America^SS? and 426, 1860, Panama. 

1886. Menticirrhus panamensis (.^teindadiner). 

Paciflr Coast of tropical America: Ma/atlan to Panama. 

rmhrina panamenHh Steindachner. Ichth. Beitr., iv, 9, 1875, Panama. 

1887. Menticirrhus martinicensis (Cuvier «& Valenciennes). 

West Indies to Patagonia. 

I'mbrina mnrtinia^eid Cuvier A: Ys\\euv\<;uiieft,\\\%\.."S«A..'^o\ii^.^'V,"\fift^\JB30, 
A/artiiiiqne. 




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CHECK-LIBT OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 401 

1888. MentioixThns amerloaniui (LinnsBas). Carolina Whiting; Sand Whiting. 

Soath Atlantic and Galf coasts of United States; Chesapeake Bay to Texas. 

Cyprinua americamu Linnsus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 321, 1758, Cnroliuu; biised 
on Whiting of Catesby; (not Cyprinus americanua of 12th edition of 
Systema NatnTs, which is a cyprinoid, Abrami8 boBci C. & V.). 

1889. MentJolrrhmi aaxatiHa (Bloch «fe Schneider). Kingfish; Sea Mink; Xorthem 

Whiting. 

Atlantic and Onlf coasts of the United States ; Cape Ann to Key West and 

Pensacola; most common northward. 
Johniua Boxatilis Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 75,1801, New York. 

1890. Mentioirriiiui nndtilatliB (Oirard). California Whiting; Sand Sucker. 

Southern California, north to Santa Barbara. 

Umhrina undulata Qirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 148, San Diego, Cal. 

Sabffliaiii UMBRIJLA ^rdmn k Elgeamsnn. 

Umhrula Jordan & Eigenmann, Review Scixonidio, 424, 1889 (littoralis). 

1891. Mentioirrhns elongatns (Giinther). Verrugato. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America ; Mazatlaii to Panama. 

Umhrina elongata QUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 148, Chiapas. 

1892. Mentioirrhna Uttoralia (Hoibrook). Surf Whiting; Silver Whiting. 

South Atlantic and Onlf coasts of United States; North Carolina to Texas. 
Umbrina littoralis Hoibrook, Ichth. South Carolina, ed. i, 142, pi. 20, iig. 1, 
1856, South Carolina. 

Ctanu 594. PAEALOHCUUJtUS Booourt 
Paralonchuru8 Bocourt, Nonv. Arch. Mus., iv, 21, 1869 (peterti). 

SobsMHii P0LTCLSHU8 Bsrf. Oorvaio$. 
Polyclemua Berg, Ann. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires, 1895, 54 (dumerili). 

1893. Paralonohnms dnmerlli (Bocourt). 

Panama. 

Polyeirrhu$ dumerili Bocourt, Nouv. Arch. Mns. d'Hist. Natur., iv, 22, 1868, 
La Union. 

Sabgeaat ZOICOMCIOIC Jordan k ETermsnn. 
Zonosoion Jordan & Evei-niann, new snbgenns (rathhuni). 

1894. ParalonohuruB rathbuni (Jordan & BoUman). 

Panama. 

Polydirrhu8 raihbuni Jordan & BoUman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 162, 
Panama. 

Sabgeans ZACLEMU8 GUb«rt. 

Zaclemus Gilbert, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896 (goodei). 

1895. Paralonchurua goodei Gilbert. 

Panama. 

Paralonchurua goodei Gilbert, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, Panama. 

8ab9eant PABAL0XCHVBU8 Bocourt. 

1896. Paralonohnms peteral Bocourt. 

Coast of Central America, rare at Panama. 

Paralonchurua peierei Bocourt, Nouv. Archives du Musdum, iv, 1869, 22, La 
Union, San Salvador. 

Oeniu 696. LOVCU1UKT78 Bkoh. 
Lanchiurua Bloch, Ichthyologiie, pi. 360, 1793 (harhatua = lanoeolatu8). 

1897. Lonohinma lanoeolatns (Bloch). 

West Indies to Guiana. 
jPerca /#»-- — /-^^ BJooh, Nov. Act. 8c. Copenh., ill, ^«i, Yl^,\\i^v«.. 



REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AKD FISHEBIB8. 

OoouNe. POOOmAe LM«p«de. .ScaZfruiNi. 
PogoHiat LHc^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiw.. in, 138, 1802 iJaieialiu^rromU). 
1898. Pogonlaa cromU (LiDDivna). /trum. 

Atlaotit' coa»tH of America! L-odj; InIildiI to inonth of Bio Grmnde. 
• LabruK cramif Linniciis, tfyst. Nat,, eil. xii. 47B, 1766, Cftrollnk. 

1699. PogoDlas oourbliia(Lacrip^cle). 

Guiana to UniKiioy, riittier commnn In Drazil. 

Pagvnalhai •:oHrMHa Laefpi-ile, Hist. Nat. Polw., V, 121, 1808, RIodaU IlaU. 

I. Hirer tTHmi. 

Phys. 1819, llg {frunmiau). 

1900. AplodinotuB grxuinieiia Kalinoai|ue. Frath-ieairr Drum; Oiuptn-fou; l.»it 

.Sheepahead : ThHndfT-pHBiper: Croaittr; Hnbhltr: WMu I'm*. 
(ireat Lnkon to Texas; almuitant in nil lakoB and larga »tr«aiua wwt ot\h» 

AllpRhiiniM and oast of tlie Gruat riain«. 
AplodiHoltu giKnnietii R&Uneeqnn, Junr. d<i Phpi. llill>l, m, Ohio KlT«r. 



RK4t|iKN(illl. 
/'arc/uraOill, in (iood«. IlnU. U, ^. Nat. Mua.. v,50. IKTS (ooumJiMlu). 

1901. Eques viola Qilbcrt. 
Pannma. 
EqHf riela Gilbert, Proo. Cal. An. 8oi. 1896, pMUuna. 

1903. Eques aomnlnatua (Bloch &. Schneider). 
West IndiciH; South Carolina to Brazil. 
r.rammitUt acaminaltu BIwh & Schneider, Syat. Ii-hth., 1S4, 1801. nn lout- 

ity; ufier Seba. 

1902a. Eqnea aoaminatns lunbroBQB Jordan A, EiftennUinn. 

Southeast ruost of the United Slates. Cliurleatun to Peneacola. 
Eqnti acumiaaiuK >iin6ro«FU .lordiiu St EiKeuiuunn, Kovinw .Scirnldv, 440, 
IBK), L'li^rlestoii and PcnBueoLi. 

1903. Bqnea ptmotataa Blooh &. Bcbnelder. 5«rrmw,- Hlip«Mk 
West Indim. 

Eq»tt punelalHt Blooh &. Schneider, Sj*%. lohth., 106, 1801, Cnbft: bMad on 
ParTB,2,p1.2,fig.2. 

1M4. BqiWB pnlchar 8t«[nd»ohner. 
Barbodo*. 
Eq»ea pulcker Steindachner, lehth. Notizeu, Ti, 43, 1807, BartwdtM. 

1905. Eqaealanoeolatns (Llnnnoa). Bi^bon-Jtth; OnapOM; SsrraN*. 

We«t ladies, lunfcing northward to Pensaeola. 

Chalodon lanoeolatui Linon^oa. Syst. NBtora, ed. x, 377, 1758, "CBr»lb«* 
Islanthi '' ; baaed oa Edwarda, pi. 210. 

aroup CIRRHITOIDEI. The Ciirhitold Flshaa. 
Familj CLVm. CIRRHITID.S. Th» dnbltoids. 
Oms* SBB. CIBHEITES I.M«pMe. 

Cirrhiitt La<'<5pude, Hist. Nat. Poiss.. v, 3, 1803 {maeulatut). 

1906. Cirrhitea rivulatus ^'alen^iennes. 
Cape San Lnc as to the fialapngoB iHlandn. 
" Voyage V«na.s, Poiss., 300, pL 3, fig. 1,1855, 

1907. ClnbitOB betauniB <ail. 
Capn Snn Lncas and Ma/.atlan. 
Cirrkiln belaurui (Jill. I'rui;. Av. >;ftt.^'v.VbVW\Wi,^%,CB.^%^\ju:wt. 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 403 

Suborder HOLCONOTI. 

Family CLIX. EllCBIOTOCIDiB. The Surf-Fiflhes. 

Geniu 600. HTSTEBOCABFUS Gibbons. 

Hysterooarpu9 Gibbons, Daily Placer Times and Transcript, May 18, 1854, and 
in Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1854, 124 {iraaici), 

1908. Hysterocarpiu traaki Qibbons. 

Rivers of central California, chiefly in the Sacramento Valley from Lake 

County to Santa Clara County. 
Hyaterocarpua traaki Gibbons, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 105, lower 

Sacramento River. 

Osniu 601. ABEOVA Oirard. 
Abeana Girard> Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1855, 322 (trowhridgii=minimua). 

X909. Abeona minima (Gibbons). 

San Francisco to San Diego. 

Cymniogaater minimua Gibbons, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Philu. 1854, 125, San 
Francisco Bay. 

1.910. Abeona aurora Jordan & Gilbert. 

Monterey Bay, California. 

Abwna aurora Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 299, Monterey 
Bay, California. 

Ctams 002. CTXAIOOAflTSR Gibbons. 

Cpmaiogaater Gibbons, Daily Placer Times and Transcript, May 18, 1854 
{aggregatua and minimua), 

X911. Cymatogaater aggregatua Gibbons. Sparada. 

Pacific Coast, from Port Wrangel, Alaska, to Todos Santos Bay. 
Cymatogaater aggregatua Gibbons, Daily Placer Times and Transcript, May 
18, 1854, San Francisco. 

Oeniu 608. HRAGSTIffnUS Gill. 
Brachyiaiiua QUI, Ftoo, Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 275 (frenatua). 

X912. Braohyiatiua frenatua Gill. 

Vanconver Island to San Diego. 

BraehyUtiua frenatua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 275, California 
coast. 

Oeniu 604. ZAUBMBIUS Jordan ft Bvermann. 
ZdUmbiua Jordan d^Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Amer., 1896 {roaaceua), 

1913. Zalembiua roaaoaua (Jordan & Gilbert). 

San Francisco, California. 

Cymatogaater roaaoeua Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 303, off 
San Francisco. 

Oeniu 605. HTFOGRinCIHTHTB Gill. 
HypooriHehthya Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 14, 275 (analia). 

1914. Hypooritiohthya analia (Alexander Agassiz). ^ 

San Francisco to Point Conception. 

Byperproaopon analia Alexander Agassiz, Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 1861, 
133, San Francisco. 

Geniu 606. HTFEBFB080POV Gibbons. 

Hyperproaopan Gibbons, Daily Placer Times and Transcript, May 18, 1854 
(argenteua), 

1915. Hyperproaopon argentena Gibbons. Walleye Surf-fiah; White Perch, 

Coast of California, Cape Disappointment to Todos Santos Bay . 
Byperprosopan arffenteam Gibbons, Proc, Ac. li^at. ^c\.1P\M\«b»VKAA^^'^"^!^ 



404 REPORT OP COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHEIilES. 

1916> HypeipTOBopoa agdtBslell (iill. 

Cout uf Ctililornin, t^an FmueUro toSanU B&ibara; iuohI rommoD aimf 

8>ti LuiH ObiBjiu Ciiaaty. 
nSftrprotopm a<]aiti:ii Gill, I'r-ir. Ai\ Kat, Sri, I'litla. IMi, iTfi, CaltfoniA. 

Qanlu 607. HOLOOITOTITS Aguiil. 

y/olooBulM. Aga-wiz, Am, Jtmr, Rci. Arte, kvii, Maj, l(»M, 3«7 (rtodoltrM). 
1917. BotconatUB rhodoterus Afjiuwlz. 

CniiBt of Culifomia, Suu l'>aatUoo to San Xi^w^o. 

Ilokonolut rhoiloirrut Aga-ssi^, Am. Jour, Sci. Arta, Muy, IKM, 368, f>«n 

Franoiscu. 

&1EPHKTICEI7S AgoAsi;!. 

. .ItLb, Mit7, 1AU, 3KT (or^MiInu). 
191B. AmphlstlotiaB argenteuB Aenaaiz. 3ir/-fiih. 

I'liciDc Cnast from Capo Flattery to Snn Dipgo. 

AmphiiHohui argcnieiu AgaonU, Am. JouT, 8ci. Art», May. 18M, 387, Rao PtM. 

Oeniu 609. EKBtOTOCA Agittii. 

Embiotoca Agaaaiz, Am. Juur. Scl. Arl«, xvi, .N'ovcmhnr, IMIiS, 386 ijaeluciH). 
1919. Bmblotoca jacksonl AgasHli. ("omnicMi Sur/-fj*; lllact I'trdk. 
Vaucouvur Inland to Sua Hiego. 

£ntbioloca lackioHi Agasaiz, Am, Jour, Set. Arts, 1868, 38T, and ISM, 3BS, t<aii 
Fra ' 



1920. TKniotocalateraliaiAgwBii;). Blnr Pfreh; Slriptd 8»r/JUk. 
VaopoiiviM Islimil to Suu Dtt)|;a. 
Bmbioloaa laleralU Agaasiz, Am. Jour. SvL Art*, May, 1854, 36ft, Sao Fnariaeo. 

0«niueil. PHANEBODOn Qiiard. 

PhnHiroilan (Jirard, Pri.n. An. Nut. Sfii. Thilii. I8M. IKI (/Nfvoh.i). 
1931 FluuwrodoD fnicatoa Girard. Trill* Surf-JUk. 

PaoiAo Coaat, from Vaucoaver iBlaud t« 8u Dleoo. , 

. PlM»tTo4im fuTMt** Oirard,Proc.A«.irftt.SeLPtaU.18H,163,PrHidio and 
TomalM Bay, California. 

1923. Fliaii«rodon atiipss {Jordan Be Gilbert). 

Mouter«7 Bav and banks off San Diego. 

DiirmM atriff Jordan & Gilbert, Froo. U. 8. N. H. 1880, 330^ Hontenj B^. 

0«aiu SU. SEACOCHlLOa AgH^B. 
AkicocAilM Agaaaiz, Am. Jonr. Sci. Arte, Ifay, 1854, 867 (ImoIm). 
1933. RtuoooUloa toxotos AgaMli. Aifoue. 

Cotist of Cahforuia, from San FranciBco to San Dlep>. 

Rkacoehilui loiotei A^gassiz, Am. Jour. Sci. Arts, May, 18M, 367, San Praneiaco. 

G«aiu 618. HTTSDSITS Alesandu AgaMi*. 

nypaamt Alexander Agaa«iz, Prof. Uost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 1861, 133 (oaryi). 

1924. HjpaaniB oaryi (AgaBsiz). Biigara. 

CoBHt of California; very common from Cape Mendocino to San Dieco. 
Evibiotoca cargi Agastii;, Am. Jour. Sci. Arte 1863, 388, nd 185^ K8, San 
Franc isio. 

Qmu 614. DAKAUCRTETB Oirard. 

DamalUMhs' Ciinrd. Proc. Ac Nat Sci. Phila. 18H, 321 (omw). 

1925. DamaUchtli ja argyroaomna (Oirard). White FeroK; Porgtt. 

PaiiHc Coast from Vau< Oliver Island to S:tn DiOKo. 

£mbioloca arggroiuma (iirard, Fro<!. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. UK, 136„8m Fnt»- 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 405 

Suborder CUROBODBS. 

Family CLZ. CICHUDiB. Tbe Ciclilida. 

Ctoniu 616. PBIENIA Oiinther. 
Petmia Gttnther, Cat.» iv, 301, 1862 (splendida), 

1926. Petenia splendida GUnther. 

Gaatemala. 

Petenia 9plendida GUnther, Cat., iv, 301, 1862, Lake Peten, Gaatemala. 

Genus 616. XQuuusmS Kigwimaini ft Bray. 
JSquidens Eigenmann &, Bray, Ann. N. Y. Ao. Sci. 1894, 616 (tetramenu), 

1927. Aquidaos oosruleopanotatos (Kner & Steindachner). 

East slope of the Isthmus of Panama. 

Aoara eamleopunctaia Kner & Steindachner, Sitz. Bayer. Akad. 1863, f Rio 
Chagres, Panama. 

Gemii 617. CICHLA801EA Swainson. 

CkMasama Swainson, Nat. Hist. Class. Fishes, etc., ii, 230, 1839 (punctatu8= 
Hmaoulatus), 

flsjbfwni CICRLASOBA BwbImmi. 

1928. Cichlaaoma reotangnlare (Steindachner). 

Mexico. 

Acara reotangularis Steindachner, Chromiden Mejicos, i, 1864, Mexico. 

1929. Cichlaaoma bartoni (Bean). 

Haazteca Potosina, in San Lnis Potosi, Mexico. 

Acara bartoni T. H. Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1892, 286, Haazteca Potosina, 
Mexico. 

1930. Cichlaaoma godmanni (GUnther). 

Gaatemala. 

HeroB godmanni GUnther, Cat., iv, 296, 1862, River of Cahahon, Gaatemala. 

1931. Cichlaaoma sieboldii (Kner & Steindachner). 

New Grenada, and from the west slope of Panama. 

Heroe sieboldii Kner &, Steindachner, AbhandL Bayer. Akad. Wiss. x, 1864, 
13, pi. 2, fig. 2, New Grenada. 

1932. Cichlaaoma intermedium (GUnther). 

Gaatemala. 

Heroa intermediue GUnther, Cat., iv, 298, 1862, Lake Peten, Gaatemala. 

1933. Cichlaaoma angulifemm (GUnther). 

Gaatemala. 

Hero8 angulifer GUnther, Cat., iv, 298, 1862, Rio de Santa Yzabal, Gaate- 
mala. 

1934. Cichlaaoma fenestratnm (GUnther). 

Rivers of soathem Mexico. 

Ckrotnie fenestrata GUnther, Proo. Zool. Soc. Lend. 1860, 318, Rio de la Lana, 
Mexico. 

1935. Cichlaaoma montezuma (Heckel). 

Mexico. 

HeroB monteMuma Heckel, Brazil. flnss-Fische, 383, 1840, Mexico. 

1936. Cichlaaoma macracanthnm (GUnther). 

Chiapam and Haamachal. 

Heros macracanihue GUnther, Proo. Zool. Soo. Lond. 1864, 153, Chiapam and 
Haamachal. 

1937. Cichlaaoma parma (GUnther). 

Mexico and Gaatemala. 

EeroBparv^" '^"-tber, Cat., iv, 285, 1862, Mexico and Gaatemala. 



406 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

1938. Ciohlasoma margarltifemm (Ottnther). 

Gnatemala. 

Eero9 margaritifer GUnther, Cat., iv, 287, 1802, Lake Peten, Gnatemala. 

1939. dohlaaoma spilumm (Giinther). 

Rio Motagua, Gnatemala. 

Heroe spihiruB Giinther, Cat., i v, 289, 1862, Rio Motagna. 

1940. Clchlaaoma longimlBuiaB (Giinther). 

Lake Nicaragna. 

HeroB longimanus Giinther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 453, 1860, Lake Nicaragua. 

1941. Ciohlaaoma bifoaoiatom (Steindachner). 

Mexico. 

Heroi bifasciatus Steindachner, Chromiden Mejioos, 4, 1864, Mexico. 

1942. Ciohlaaoma helleri ( Steindachner) . 

Rio Teapa, Tahaaco, Mexico. 

HeroB helleri Steindachner, Chromiden Mejiooa, 8, 1864, Mexico. 

1943. Ciohlaaoma balteatnm (Gill Sl Bransford). 

Lake Nicaragna. 

Herot halteatus Gill & Bransford, Proo. Ao. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1877, 184, Lake 
Nicaragna. 

1944. Ciohlaaoma roatratom (Gill &, Branaford). 

Lake Nicaragna. 

Heroa rosiratua Gill Sl Bransford, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 181, Lake 
Nicaragna. 

1945. Ciohlaaoma malanopogon (Steindachner). 

Central America. 

Reros malanopogon Steindachner, Chromiden Mejicoa 16, in Denkschr. Akad. 
Wi88. Wien, xxui, 1864, 72, pi. 1, fig. 3, Central America. 

1946. Ciohlaaoma melanumm (Giinther). 

Gnatemala. 

Heros melanunts (riinther, Cat., 288, 1862, Lake Peten, Guatemala. 

1947. Ciohlaaoma uebnlifenim (Giinther). 

Mexico. 

Chromia nebuHfer Giinther, Proc. Zool. ftoc. Lond. 1860, 318, Mexico. 

1948. Cichlasoma leutiginoaom (Steindachner). 

Mexico. 

lleros lentigino8U8 Steindachner, Chromiden Mejicos, 6, 1864, Mexico. 

1949. Ciohlaaoma deppii (Meckel). 

Mexico. 

HtroH deppii Ilockel, Brasil. Flusstische, 382, 1840. Mexico. 

SubirenDoi AR( IIO( F.\TBI S (i\l\. 

ArchocentrHs (i'\\\, I'roc. Ac. Xat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 186 (cenirarchus). 

1950. Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum (Oilnther). 

Lakes Atitlnn, Aniatitlau, and Nicara«iiia. 

If eras nigro/asvi<itii8 (iiintber, FImL. Centr. Amer., 4.52, 1869. Lake Atitlau. 

1951. Cichlasoma multispinosum ((iiintber). 

Lake Managua, (Jiiuteiiiala. 

IJrroH multiMpiuosutf (iiintlirr, Fish. CVntr. Amer., 4,53, 1869, Lake Manairna. 

1952. Cichlasoma centrarchus M'ill A I^ransfonl). 

Lak«' NicaraLTiia. 

Ueron crnfrarthiiH (Jill A: Hransfonl, Free. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 185, 
Lake Nicaragua. 




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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 407 

CtaniiB 618. HXBOB HaekeL 

J3i0ro« Heokel. Ann. Wiener Mas. 1840, 362 {Beverud, eto., restricted by Jor- 
dan &, Gilbert to $everu»). 

X953. HeroB MedxloliBthalii Heckel. 

Lake Peten, Lake Nicaranga and its outlet, Rio San Juan. 
Serosfriedrieh$thalii Heckel, Brasil. Flussfisohe, 381, 1840, Rio San Juan. 

1954. Heroa aalvixii Gilnther. 

Guatemala. 

HeroB $alvin% Gttnther, Cat., iv, 294, 1862, Rio de Santa Yzabal. 

1955. Heroa affinia Gilnther. 

Lake Peten, Guatemala. n^ 

Heroa affini$ Gilnther, Cat., iv, 292, 1862, Lake Peten, Guatemala. 

1956. Heroa maonUpinnia Steindaohner. 

Rio Xamapa, near Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

Hero$ maoulipinnis Steindachner, Chromiden Mejicos, 15, 1864, Rio Xamapa, 
near Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

1957. Heroa trimaculatua GtLnther. 

Chiapam and Huamuchal. 

HeroB irimaoulatu9 Gttnther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 461, 1869, Chiapam and Hua- 
muchal. 

1958. Heroa labiatns GtLnther. 

Lake Managua. 

Heroa labiatue Gilnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1864, 27, pi. 4, fig. 1, Lake 
Managua. 

1959. Heroa loboohilus Gttnther. 

Lake Managua. 

HeroB lojMHfhilue Gilnther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 457, 1869, Lake Managua. 

1960. Heroa erythrseua Gilnther. 

Lake Managua. 

HeroB eryihrcBUB Gttnther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 457, 1869, Lake Managua. 

1961. Heroa baailaria Gill Sl Bransford. 

Lake Nicaragua. 

HeroB JfOBilaHB Gill &, Bransford, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1877, 182, Lake 
Nicaragua. 

1962. Heroa nioaraguenaia Gilnther. 

Lake Nicaragua. 

HeroBnioaraguenBiBGiXutheTf Proc. Zool. Soo. Loud. 1864, 153, Lake Nicaragua. 

1963. Heroa managuenaia Gttnther. 

Lake Managua. 

HeroB managueneiB Gttnther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 463, 1869, Lake Managua. 

1964. Heroa dtrinellua Gttnther. 

Lake Nicaraj^na. 

HeroB oitrinelluB Gttnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 153, Lake Nicaragua. 

1965. Heroa aureua Gttnther. 

Lake Yzabal, Rio Motagua, and Lake Nicaragua. 

HeroB aureuB Gttnther, Cat., iv, 292, 1862, Yzabal and Rio Motagua. 

1966. Heroa motaguenaia Gttnther. 

Rio Motagua and Lake Nicaragua. 

HeroB moUkguenBiB Gttuther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 462, 1869, Rio Motagua. 

1967. Heroa oblongua Gttnther. 

Rio Motagua. 

Heroa oblongua Gttnther, Fish. Centr. Amer., 464, 1869, Rio Mota^a« 



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40b beport op commissioner of ftbh and PTSHBRIES. 

1966. BeroBdovUfiiliilher, 
Luk« Nicaratcnu. 
Berot dorii GUutUfr, I'ruc. Zuol, Sou. Luud. iU&l. 151, Luko MIcMwgu*. 

1969. Heroa gibbiceps gteiudnclinor. 

Riu Tuapa, Tnbaico, Mexico. 

iferui di6f>ii)»pa lutein diicbDer, Clirouii<li.-n Mejiuoa, 1:1, 1M4, Rlw Tsap^ 

1970. Heroa mioiophthalmus (-UDthLT, 

Iti" Mutaguii. 

HtTot mipruphHialm»a Gllntbor. Cat., iv, 395, 1862, tlia MoMgo*. 

1971. H«ros ujophtbalmiia GUntb«r. 

l.iike I'kIvd, Guatemala. 

Utro, urophllialanu liUnther, Uat., IV, SDl, 1802, Lakv I'etuii. Uii»luiii>ta. 

1972. HeroB troachell .Stoiuducbnet. 

Mexico. 

7frri» trotuhfii St«iiiiliioliijer, IcihUiyuluifiiivbv Nutizvu, IV, U. VtSl. Mexico. 

1973. Beroa cyanoguttatus (Kaird &. (jiruril). 

6outhweHt«rn rivwa of Toxus and iiortliMutom Mexico; basin of tli« Kis 
i;r»iide; the uol; Hj>ei.'ieii ur rt''A;Mu'p|itariO)C tbe United StaMa. 

Uericklhit r^anoijaitatui Bair<l & (iirnril, ITou. Ao. NBt.8cl. I'bllit., vii, ISM, 
'J5, Kio Uninile, BrowiiBVilln, Texas. 

1974. HcroBpavoaaceaBGHrm^in. 

.S[iriDg iioar Munrlnva, in CuaUuilii, Mi<Kiro, 

Beroi jiaroaawm Uurmau. Bull. Mub. C'uiup, Zool,, vui, 93, 1881. Bprlof; 
uoar Mvnclova, iu Cuabuitii. 

1975. Heroa altlfrooa Kner &. Steindarhour. 

iHtliiQus or PanoaiH uod Bcintbwnnl. 

Utrun ahifnmii Kner Sl SMiadiwhoer, HUiinngaliei'. Ilayir. Akiul, IM3. xa, 
New Oreuada. 

1976. Heroa beanl .Turdan. Mojarra Vtrde. 

Rio rroaiditi, Mai^atUn, Mexico. 

Ueroii ktani .lordan, Troc^. U. 6. Nat. Mus. 1R88, ^2, Bid Prvsldio, Maiatl^ui. 

1977. Haros tetraoantbna (CaTior A, ValeDQleunM). DoFmo. 

Rivera of Caba. 

Ce%trarclna ttfTaea%t\»t Cuvier Sl ValeneienneB, Hirt. Mat. PoUa., vu, 460, 
1831, Cuba. 

fianai 01S. THXBAFB Oiliitbei. 
Tktrap* OUntber, Cat., IV, 284, 1862 (,iTrtg»larii), 

1978. Therapa Irregularia OUnthei. 

GnatemaJa. 

Tkerapt im^KfaritOUatber, Cat., iv, 281, 1862, Gnatomala. 

Oanu 630. HEEIBOPLTTB ettntlier. 
Xeetroplui QUotber, Fiab. Centr. Amer., 168, 1868 (nmorropv*). 

1979. NeetToplua □ematropna Giiutbei. 

Lake Managua, 

Stelmplat nematropuM Giintber, Fish. Centr. Amer., 470, 1869, Lake U anagna. 

1980. Neattoplua nlcarBgueDflla Gill & Itransford. 

Xtelroplus •lUaragm'iuit Giintber, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbilo. 1ST7, 186, Lake 
Nicaraj^ua. 

Oeoiu 621. BATANOPERCA Oiilltlier. Pappaiarroi. 
Salanop-rca Uiiutber, Cat., IV, 313, IgtilJ {danton). 

1981. Batauoperca craaBllabrtB Steindachuer. 

-tvpl'a!iua{Salanop€rt:a)crasti!abrisSle'milachaeT,\oTh.Ak.V/lm,'V/iealBK, 



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Family ChXJL P01CACBNTRID2I. Demoiselleflk 

G«ai»is6S2. CUHOMIB Ovvier. Chauffe-Soleih. 
ChramU Cayier. M^moirea da Mas. d'Hiat Nak, i, 363, 1815 {ckrami$). 

Sabgeni FUBCAUA Poej. 

Furearia Poey, Memorias, u, 194, 1860 (punota), 

1982. Cliromia atrilobata Gill. 

Pacific Coast of America, firoin Cape San Lucas and southward. 
ChromU {Fmrearia) aiHlohaia Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, U9, Cape 
San Lucas, Lower California. 

1983. Cliromia oyanena (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Furcarim qfanea Poey, Memorias, ii, 196, 1860, Havana. 

1984. Chromia multilineatua (Guichenot). 

Cuba. •• 9--^*--*-*^ 

Helioses muHilineaius Guichenot, in Ramon de la Sagra, Poiss. Cuba, 76, pi. 2, 
fig. 2, 1855, Havana. 

Sabgeaii ATBE8IA €oop«r. 
Ajfresia Cooper, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1863, 73 (punctipinnis), 

1985. Chromia pnnotipinnia (Cooper). Blacksmith. 

Coast of California, from Point Conception to Cerros Island. * 

Ajpresia pHnctipinnis Cooper, Proc. CaL Ac. Sci. 1863, 73, Sau Diego Bay, San 
Pedro, and Santa Barbara. 

Sabgeasi HELIA8E8 Cv? tor A TsIeBeleanei. 
Helioses Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 495, 1830 (insolatus). 

1986. Chromia inaolatua (Cuvier «& Valenciennes). Chauffe-Soleil, 

West Indies, north to Pensacola. 

Helioses insolatus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 494, pi. 137, 
1830, Martinique. 

1987. Chromia enohryanrua Jordan «& Gilbert. 

Snapper Banks, off Pensacola and Tampa, Florida. 

Chramis enohrifsurus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 286, Pensa- 
cola, Florida. 

Ctanns 683. EUPOICACERTBUS Bleeker. Pesoodos Azules, 
Eupamooentrus Bleeker, Nat. Verb. Holl. Maats. Weten., ii, 1877, 73 (HvidHs), 

' SsbgesBi EUPOXACEXTBUS Bleeker. 

1988. Bnpomaoentma leucorua (Gilbert). 

Socorro Island, one of the Revillagigedo group, of^ west coast of Mexico. 
Pomacenirus leucarus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 554, Socorro Island. 

1989. Bupomacentma aduatua (Troschel). 

Cuba. 

Potnaoentrus oduatus Troschel, in J. W. von MUUer's Reise in Mexico, 633, 
1865, Mexico. 

1990. Enpomaoentrua faacua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Mario Molle, 

West Indies and coast of Brazil north to Key West. 

Pomacentrua fusous Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 432, 1830, 
Brazil. 

1991. Bupomaoentma rectifraBnum (Gill). Pescado Azuh 

Pacific Coast of America, from Cape San Lucas to Panama. 
PofMtcentrtis reciifrainum Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 18^,- 148, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 



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1992. Eapomaaeattusanalli (I'uey}. 

Cuhaitn.l KcyWRst, 

FomacealniM aHalin I'ooy, Myuopais, 337, IBtiT, Ilavoun. 

X993, BupomacentruB atopborQB(Pocy). 

Culm. 

Pomaivutni' olo/ihorHS PiH.'y. Memnrius, ll, 18S. 1860, lUvaiik. 

1994. BupDtnaoeDtruB leucoatiota* |Miill<^^ d: I'ruscbvt). Beait Urniory; Btari. 

nioi. 

West IriiJien to ^uapper llanks, west t'lorliU. 

['oittuffnlnii li-ucotlirlui Muller & Troschcl, in HthouilnicKk'n Hut. Uub* 
doa, IST4, 1848, Bulbadoa. 

1995. SupomacoutruB flaTivBator ('rr<)8<'bHl |, 

Allniitic Cuust of Mezii'o. 

I-omamlni» flarirenter 1 rosrhel, in Vuu MtlUer's IteiM iu Uasioo. vU'., 0X1, 
l»G5, "Allantit Ocean." 

1996. Eupomacentxua flavflatUB (Gill), feaeado Ami ite do* Colarf. 

PaciGo CoMt uf America, from Capo Snu Liicaa to Mazallan Aitil boyaail. 
FomaeeHlrai Jtarilalu, (iill, Proe. Ao. Mat. Sei. PWU. 1862, 1*8. Capo Sui 
Luras, Lower Californin. 

romaeenlru- parlilnt I'uey, SyQupsis. 3:i7, 1867, Havana. 
19V8. EapomacentniB plauifions (Cuvier A Valenciennea). I'tlilr JaqnelU. 
WoHt Iniliw, frum Jiimaira to Martiniigue. 
romareatriKi planifrom CuTier Ji. ValeQcienneB. Hist. :4nt. I'oiM., v, 131. 1830. 

M»rtiDic|Uu. 

Oanoi S2i. UVDEFDUF PotiUl. P.nlaiiut. 

Abadefda/ VorakU, Deacr. ADiiu,. etc., 



1775 fiitrdldut 




V, M2, IHOSCM 


nckaria 


0. r„„.p(I„t,. 


.ra^«,U 



1999. AbadeMuf BaxaCilis il.inii,i'iir.i. Piatano; r,nc-piM; JaqHtU; UoJ^rra 
Saiado; DanoUelle. 
Both coasts of tropical Amsrica. 

Chatodon laialilii LinnxoB, SyBt. Nat., Ml. x, 37S, 1768, "ladls"; ftftar Mu. 
- Adolpb Frederici. 

aOOO. Atnidefdaf decUvlfrona (Oill). 

PaciBo Coast of tropical Amorica, fh>m Cape San Ln«H aoothward. 
EutekUtBdiii dtelMfront OiU, Proc. Ac. Hat. Sol. Phila. 1663, 14B, Ci^e 8u 
Lncaa. 

2001. Abndefdof aaaloBOa (Uill). 

Atlantic Coast of Central America. 

Etichiitodiia analognt GUI. Proc. Ac. Nat. Scl. Phila. 1663, 219, AapinwalL 

3002. Abudefduf tauruB (Miiller A Troacbi^l). Dottlail-Jlik. 

Glyphidodon taiiriia Milllcr A Truacbel, in Scbomburgk's History of Barba- 
dos, 6T4. 1K18, Barbados. 

2003. Abudefduf rudla (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Gl^phidoilon riidi« I'oi'y, Mcmoriax. li. 191, 1860, Bavana. 

OcBoi ess. HTP8TP0P8 GiU. (iaribaldh. 

HSP-SPT fiill. I'ruc. Ac. Nut. Sci. Thila. 1861, 165 {rubicHndiit). 

2004. HypSTpops rubtcuudus (tiirard|. Garlbaltli, 
Coast of Califonii:i south lo Toiiil Coiict^ptiou. 
Gi,/i*i«orfuB pMcaniliii Uirard. I'roc. Ac. ^*at. Sci. Pbila. 1864, 148,Montenf , 



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CtaiiQg 926. laCBOSPAIHODOir jOttnther. 
Micro$paikodon Oiinther, Cat., iv, 35, 1862 (chryaurus), 

2005. Microspathodon ohrysnnui (Cavier & Valeuciennes). 

West Indies, Cuba and St. Thomas. 

Gljfpkidodon chry$uru8 Cnv. <& Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., v, 476, 1830, St. Thomas. 

2006. Microapathodon l>airdii (GUI). <^^ ^T^ 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, from Cape San Laoas to Panama. ) Sctjryrv 
PamaceniriM hairdii Gi]l, Proc. Ac. l^at. Soi. rhila. 1862, Cape San Laoas.' o£i^n>i 

2007. Microapathodon niveataa.(Poey). 

Cuba. 

Pomaeentrus nirmitua Poey, Ennmeratio, 102, 1875, Havana. 

2008. Microspathodon dorsalia (Gill). 

Pacific Coast of America, f^om Cape San Lucas to Mazatlan. 

Hjfp$upop8 dorsalia Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 147, Cape San Lucas. 

2008 a. Miorospathodon ddraalis azuxii^imus Jordan & Starks. 

Mazatlan, ^xico/Panima. / \ / 

Microapathodon qfuriaaimua .L^dan & 8tarks,\P/oc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 478, 
pL 44, VJsna.dios Islanbsyfflazatlan. 




2008 b. MicroapatUodon dorMdiB cinerena Gilbert. 

Clarion andl^locorro^^flaiMs and Panama. 

MicroapatboMon cinereua Gilbert, Proc. U. S/Nat. Hj^um. 1890, 50, Clarion and 
Soopnouslands. 

Suborder PHARTNOOGNATEa. The Labroid Fiahes. 

Family CLXU. LABRID2B. The 'Wraase-Fiahes. 

Gsomis 627. CEHTROLABBUS Oiinther. Itoek Cooks. 
Centrolabrua GUnther, Cat., iv, 92, 1862 (exoletus). 

2009. Centrolabrus exoletns (Linneens). liock Cook, 

Coasts of northern Europe south to Cornwall ; Greenland. 
Labrus exoletus Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 274, 1758, Atlantic Ocean. 

Oanns 628. TATJT0OOLABBU8 Gonther. Cunnern. 

Tautogolabrus Giinther, Cat., iv, 89, 1862 {burgaU=adsper8iiM), 

2010. Tantogolabrua adsperana (Walbaum). dinner: Chogset; Blue Perch; Ber- 

gall (Berg-gylt), 

Atlantic coasts of North America, from Labrador to Sandy Hook. 
Labrus adHpersusWiilhAwmf Artedi Piscinm, 254, 1792; after^ert/aHof Scbopf, 
no locality. 

Genus 629. TATTrOOA Mitohill. Tauiogs. 

Tautoga Mitch ill, Report Fishes New York, 23, 1814 (tauioga), 

2011. Tautoga onitia (Linnaeus). Tautog; Blackfish; Oyster-fish. 

Atlantic coasts of United States, Cape Ann to Charleston. 

Labrus onitis Linnceus, Syst. Nat., ed. x,286, 1758, locality unknown. 

Genus 630. LACHH0LAIMU8 Cuvier ft Valenciennes. Capitaines, 

Lachnolaimus Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poissons, xiii, 274, 1839 
{aigula=^maximua), 

2012. Lachnolaimnamaximaa (Walbaum). Hogfiah; Capitaine; Perro Perro. 

West Indies, north to Key West and the Bermudas. 

Labrus maximus Walbaum, Artedi Pisciiun, 261, 1792, no locality; after 
Catesby. 



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.le, Hiat. Nut. I'oxae., IV, 42ti, IHOa (eiri-H(eo-n«r<-«* =r»fa). 

3013. Harpe diplotaema Oill. 

I'iicilio Coast of tropkal Anwripaj C&pe San Ltmaa; Pauania; ReviHagi- 

geilii Islands; Mnz&tlan. 
llarpe diplotienia GiH, Proc, Ac. \Bt. Sci. Pliihi. 1863, 110, Cape Saji Luoas. 

2014. Harpe rafa [LiDtin>n8). Lads-fink; Spaniak Ladi)-fikh,- fpaKiHh Hitg-fith; Pudi- 
ono; Ferro Colorado. 
Wtiat ludieH, north to Key Weat, sonth t<i Rio da Janeiro. 
Lahras ru/n9 Lluna-Ti«, Syst. [fut., etl.x, 281, 1758, in Amerloa; sn«rCat««b;. 



2015. Haipe eolauoheri {Valeoci 
Galap Alios IhUihIb. 



2016. Harpe pulchetla (Poey), 

C LI lift. 

Coi-yphw piiichelluH I'ocy, MuiuoriftB. ii. 208, 18<i0, ({Bvaaa. 

Osnni 632. DECODON Panther. 
Ih'ro'iiiii LiUntbiT, Cut., IV, 101, 1862 (patUaHt Pooy). 

2017. Decodou pueUatlB (Poe.v). 

WnttlndlHs: Cuba: IturbiulflH; .Snapper Ban Icb. 
Coaafiphaa piiellarU Pooy, Memoriiis, ii. lilO, 1860, Hairntia. 

Omiiu 633, FIKELOKETOPOH QiU, rat-htadi. 

Pimelomelopnn Gill, I'roo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 18IU, 58 IpuUher). 

CaUfornia Redph : Fat-head. 
I Conception to Asc^pnsitm Island, Lower 

Labra* putchtr Ayrea, Proo. Cal. Ao. Sci., i, 1S51, 3, San Diego. 

2019. Plmelometopon darwlnil (Jenyns). 

GainpngoB I'tlnnds, 

Coaxi/phus dariciaii Jonyns. Yoy. BesRle, FialieB, 100, pi, 20, 1842, CLatLam 
IhIuhiI, Ijalapiigos Anhipelago. 

a«niu 634. CLEFTIcns Cavier ft Val«iidMm«f. 

Clepticiii Ciivier & Viiluncieiinea, Ktgue Aniniu], ed. Ii, vol. 2, 201, 1829 

2020. Clepticua parrae (liloch & Schneider), Genkara; JauUfarg. 

WeNt Indies. 

Ilrama parrii' Klocb & .Sclincider, Syst, Ithtli,, 100, 1801, Havana. 



2021. Irldio radiatua (LiniiHiuB). Piidiling Wife: Doncflla; Pudinno rerde. 

West Indiex, Brairi] north to Florida Keys, Uennuda and St. Paul Rocks. 
Labrun radialus Linnii^ua, Syst, Nat,, ed. K, 288, IT58, Bahamas; based on 

Cati'sby. 

2022. Irldio nlcbolai {.Ionian & Gillicrt). 

Revillagigodo and Galapa^foa i^landfl. 

/Vn(vgJo'»H" nicliolii Jonian Sl Gilbert, I'roc. 11. S, Nat, Mus, 1881, 231, 
Braithwaite Bay, Socorro Island. 

2023. Iiidio aellifer (nilbcrt). 

Revillngiffedii Archi]ie1ngo. 

Jlaliihitrt) tellijer iJil\ieTt, Proc. U.S. Nat.Mus. ISLK), G7, Clitriou Island. 




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2024. Iiidio Bemicinotus (Ayres). Kelpflsh; HSenorita. 

Southern Cftlifornia, Santa Barbara Islands to Cerros Island. 
Julis semieinetus Ayres, Proo. Cal. Ao. Sci. 1859, 32, Cerros Island, off coast 
Lower California. 

2025. Iiidio gamoti (Cavier &. Valenciennes). 

West Indies, Cuba, Martinique, St. Croix. 

Julis gamoti Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiii, 390, 1839, Martinique. 

2026. Iridio cyanocephalus (Bloch). 

West Indies, south to Brazil. 

Labrus cyanocephalus Bloch, Ichthyoi., pi. 286, 1791, locality unknown, 
Museum of I^ink. 

2027. Iridio maonliplnna (MUller & Troschel). 

West Indies to Beaufort, North Carolina. 

Julis maeul^nuna MUUer & Troschel, iu Schomburgk, Hist. Barbados, 674, 
1848, Barbados. 

2028. Iridio bivittatus (Bloch). Slippery Dick; Doncella. 

West Indies, north to Beaufort, North Carolina, and south to Brazil. 
Labrus binttatus Bloch, Ichthyoi., pi. 284, fig. 1, 1792; from a painting by 
Plumier made at Martinique. 

2029. Iridio diapilus (Gttnther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, Mazatlan to Panama. 
Platyglossus dispilus GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Loud. 1864, 25, Panama. 

2030. Iridio kirsohii Jordan & Evermann. 

West Indies, south to Bahia; Cuba; Jamaica; St. Croix. 

Iridio kirschii Jordan «& Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Amer. 1896, Jamaica. 

2031. Iridio poeyi (Steindachner). 

Snrinam. 

Platyglossus poeyi Steindachner, Ichth. Notizen, vi, 49, 1867, Surinam. 

2032. Iridio caadalla (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Julis caudalis Poey, Memoriae, ii, 213, 1860, Havana. 

2033. Iiidio pictus (Poey). 

West Indies, north to the Snapper Banks off Pensacola. 
Julis pictus Poey, Memorias, ii, 214, 1860, Havana. 

Oenns 686. OZTJULIS OilL Senoritas. 

Oxyjulis Qill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 330 {modestus), 

2034. Oxyjulla modestus (Girard). Seiiorita, 

Coast of southern California; Monterey to Guadalupe Island. 
Julismodestua Gwird, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., vii, 1854, 151, San Diego, Mon- 
terey, and San Miguel. 

Gsans 687. EHUKKKIA Jordan & Evermann. 
Emmeekia Jordan & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. America, 1896 (venustus), 

2035. Emmeekia venusta (Jenkins & Evermann). 

Gulf of California. 

Pseudojulis venustus Jenkins & Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 145, 
Gnaymas, Sonora. 

OenuB 638. JULIDIO Jordan & Evermami. 
Ju{tdtoJordan& Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 19dS{adustus). 

2036. Julidio adustus (Gilbert). 

Revillagigedo Islands. 

Pseudojulis adustus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 66, Socorro Island. 

2037. Julidio notospilua (GUnther). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, Mazatlan to Panama. 

Pseudojulis noio9pilus GUnther, Proc. Zooi Soc. Loud. 1864^ 26^ Panama. 



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0«nu6S8. PaEUDOJTTLIS Bleaktr. 

PieadojuIU liloeker, Proc. Zool. Soc Loud, l^^l, 112 (girardi ). 
203B. PseadojaliBluoniatas Gilbert. 

Pacitic CoubI uf Mexic<a; only the typo knoirn. 

l-teudojuHi inornalai Gilbert, Proe. tJ. 8. N, M. 1890,67, v«al court of MnJwh 

2039, Paendojulla in«lanotia Gilbert. 

I'iki'iUc ( 'iiuHt of Meiii-o ; only the tvpe knowa. 

Fteudojulii mrfanotit (tilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M, 1880. 67, wont otwat of Haxleo. 

0«Dtu 040. CHLOBICHTHTB Bwunioi). 

':hl(n-ichlh!/» ^wniiiBiiii, Nut. fliet. CluKa, Fi»h«i. u,3S2. tSSil ( H''<"'^'>«.>te- >• 

2040, Chlorichtbyalnoasaana (Gill). 

Gulf of C'lUirorni.i, Vapn S.-iii LiKaa to Mnxntlnn utiil Tros Mntiiu. 
Jiilit luctuaniu Gill, Prnc. Ac. Nat. i^ci. Phils. lgC2, 142. Capo Sui Lncu. 

2041, Cliloiiolitbya •ocorroeiisU (Giiberti. 

B«villagi|:edo Archipelago. 

ThalaiiOMa tocorroem,!- Gilbert, Prno. V. H. Nut. Hub, IHSXI, 60, iS<M<i>rro IsUniL 
2042 Chlorlcbth7Baltidiia(GUather). 
WeBt1tidiM.,hiiunicu. 
Julia ni'lida GUiither, Cut., iv. 190, 1863, JwduIcu. 

2043. Chlorichtbya oitidlasiiuus ((^iooile), 

Dei in II (las. 

Jali» Riliili>*in<i <loiii)e. Am. Jour. Sni. Arta ii<n,2!>3, BoruiuilaH, 

2044. ChloilcbtliyB ateindachoDTl (Jordftn). 

Acftpnloo, went cumt of Mi'iico. 

Thalatioma nlriadachnrri JorAnn. Review Lnbroid PisbeB, @4. l»n (18M>}, 
Acapulco; :ifter ^t«ind;tcbiior. 
3&45. CUoriobthya blfaaciatna (Blocb). 

West luilieH, (.'ubn. .Inmuicu, Snn Demioso, uid Manlninue. 
Lafrrii. btfasciaUi, Bloob, Ipbthjol,, l."!!, pi. 283. 1793, WmI liidliw. 

2046. Chlorichthya erauimRtlcus (Gilbert), 

Bavillagigedo Archipelago. 

ThtOattovM gramttalie*» Gilbert, Proc. U. &. Nat. Mob. ISM, 68, Socorro 
laland; Clarion laJand. 

2047. CbloriobthTB vtrana <GiJbert). 



Saoni 641, DOSATOirOTaa Oinithar, 

DoralcMolM GUnther, Cat, iv, 124, 1862 {M^alapd), 
3048. DotatonotuB megalepU GUnther. 
West ludiea, north to Key Weat. 
DoraUmotut megalepit GUnther, Cat., iv, 125, 1863, l^t. Chrlatoplior. 

Ooini 642. XYBULA Jordu. 

Ssrula Jordan, Review Laliroid Fishes, 656, 1887 (1890) (jeuiir). 

2049. ZTTula Jasaiee (.lordau). 

Snapper Ranks, off Taiapn, Florida. 

XgricSthy» jet/ue .Jotdau, Proc. IT. S, X.M. 1887, 698, off Tuuipa Bay, Florida. 

flMim643. noVACULICHTHYS Hleekar. 

yoraciilichihgii lllueker, Proc, Zool. Sor. Loud. 1861, Hi (macrotepidolmi). 

2050. NoTacullchthys roBipea (.lordau A Gilbert). 

Kcv WcKt, Florida. 

.VyricA/*s« ro.ijir* Jordan A Gilbi^rl, Pror. U. S. X. M. 1884, 27, Key Weat 

2051. NoTaculicbthya ventraliH (ilenu). 
Island, Vucntou, 

Agrichthi/i mlralit Beau, liiiU. I". ». V.U. 1B*6, V»., pX.'iS.fet.X, 



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2052. NomiciiUohtliys Infim&us (Bean). 

Cozamel, Tncmtan. 

XyndUkyM imJirmMM Bean, Ball. U. S. F. C. 1888, ld9, pi. 29, fig. 2, Coznmel. 

2053. Novaonliohtliya martixiic^xiaia (Caviar & Valenoiennea). 

Martiniqae. 

XyriekikjfB mariimieensis Cavier «& Valenoiennes, Hist. Nat. PoIbs., xiv, 49, 
1899, Martiniqae. 

QmuM M4. XTBIGSIHT8 Cnvier Razor-fishes, 

Xyriektkys Cavier, M6m. Mob. d'Hist. Nat., i, 324, 329, 1815 (novacula). 

2054. Zyxichtliya mundioapa Gill. 

Cape San Lacae, Lower California. 

XfHekthyM mvndioeps Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sol. Phila. 1862, 143, Cape San Laoaa. 

2055. Zyxichthya pstttaoua (LinnsBae). Bazor-fish, 

West Indies, north to Pensaoola and Charleston. 

Corypkana piiUacus Linnffios, Syst. Nat., ed« xu, 448, 1766, Charleston, S. C. 

2056. Zyxichtliya modestns Poey. 

Caha. 

XjfrichihyM modestus Poey, Repertorio, ii, 238, 1867, Havana. 

Oflnm 646. 1JI1I8T1U8 GiU 
InHiHuB Gill, Proe. Ao. Nat. Sol. Phila. 1862, 143 (pavo). 

2057. Iniistina miindioorpna Gill. 

Rooky islands on Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

InUsiius mundicorpuM Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 145, Cape San Lacas. 

Family CTiXITT SCARIDiB. The Parrot-Fiahea. 

Gems 646. GRTFT0TO1CII8 Cope. 
Crypiotomus Cope, Trans. Amer. Philos. Hoc. 1871, 462 (roseus), 

2058. Cxyptotomaa dentiena (Poey). 

Cnha. 

Calliodan dentiens Poey, Memorlas, ii, 422, 1861, Cuba. 

2059. Cryptotomaa retractua (Poey). 

West Indies, north to Pensacola. 

Calliodon reiracius Poey, Synopsis, 345, 1868, Havana. 

2060. Cryptotomaa oatua (Cnvier & Valenciennes). 

West Indies, north to Charleston, south to Bahia. 

Calliodon ustus Cuvier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 286, 1839, 
Brazil. 

2061. Cryptotomaa auroponctataa (Cmrier & Valenciennes). 

San Domingo. 

Callyodon auropunctatus Ciivior Sc Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 290, 
1839, San Domingo. 

2062. Cryptotomaa beryllinaa Jordan &. Swain. 

Florida Keys, north to New Jersey, south to Rio Janeiro. 

Cryptotomus oeryllinus Jordan <& Swain, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1884, 101, Havana. 

2063. Cryptotomaa roseaa Cope. 

West Indies, south to Brazil. 

Cryptotomus roseus Cope, Trans. Am. Phil. Soc, xiii, 1869, 462, St. Martina. 

Genus 647. CAL0TO1CII8 Gilbert. 
Calotomus Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 70 (xenodon), 

2064. Calotomaa zenodon Gilbert. 

Socorro Island, fiivilla^igedo Archipelago. 

Oaiotomus xenodan Gilbert^ Proo. U. 8. Nat, Maa. l«90,lCi, ^wiotro \%VMi^. 



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Oenni S4S. SPABISOKA Swidiuan. T'irjat. 

Spariioma SwahiMU. Nat. Hist. Claw. Fiihrs, nt«., II, 237. ll»9 iaUldfrnardl). 



2065. Sparisoma xyattodoa .lordaa &. Swaiii 

Wort Initiea, nnrth to Ksy WimiI. 
.Sparis«7nn j-g-lto'luH Jordan & SwHiii. I'roc. II.8. Nat. Miin. ISM. «*, Key 
West; Httvuna. 

2066. Spariioma atomBilum <Pi>oy). 

Culm. 

.Stariii fl(oiHan'H<.P»ey. MenKinu, II. 423, 1861, Hat 

2067. Sparlaonta radiant ((.'uvier Si Vulenriunnesl. 

West [iuli«H, s..iilb t" Braiil, 

.Scai:,traiiiiio-,(:iiviBT& VuleoctenDU. Kitt. Nat. PnJiw., XIV.HH, |J>0». Ilnzfl. 

206S, Spatriaoma bop]amy«tax [('ope). 

West Indii-s. from Kot West to Bahia. 

6'rarM! hoplomgnlai Cope, Trana, Ainer. ITiilrJB. Soc l(«9,482. SI. Munioa. 

2069. Spariaoma nlphoblea Jordan & BoUman, 

HaliAiuiia; (inlv type known. 

Spiiri'ioma Hipkoblc JoriluD <& Bollmao, Pmo. 11. 8 NM.Mii*. 1K88,»1. tJre 
Turtlu faj, BabairiM. 

2070. SpariBoma aurofteoatum (Cuvier it Vslancientwii „ 

S'-anit airo/maliii Cuvier & ViiJciioiuimivi, Iliat. Nat. Pu»«., xiv, I»l, IK39. 

Sua Uauniig'i. 

2071. Spariaoma ozybraoblum (Pne.v ). 

CriLn, 

Soari" i/if/brarhiun Poej, 8yu<>p»iH, :M3. 1868. Havana. 

2072. SpaHaoma abildBaaidi (Ktiicli). lltd PairoiM. 

West IndK-H, hiiiilli i<> Rrn/il 

,Vpur«« ab-tdgaardi Ulncb, I.'htnycl-.pl, 2.5U, niU, ■' Ami-rica.'' 

2073. Bpailaoma diatlnatttm {Poej). 



433, 1881, H»vaBA. 

2074. Spaiiaoma otuyMq^tMum (Bloch Sl Sahiieider). Fi^m. >/ 

We«t lDdie«, south to Babia. 

Scarut ekrifiopierui Bloch A. Sohnelder, Syat. lobtb., 388, pL 67, 1801, "Amer- 

2075. Spartaoma loiito Jordan & Swain. ^ 

West lodiei, 

Spari$oma lorilo Jordau A Swaio, Proc. U. S, Nat. Mns. 1884. S5, Havana. 

2076. Spariaoma viride (Bonauterre). (Iretn Parrot-fitk. .J 

WbM Indies. 

ScflrinMn>H«BonnatoiTe,Enc.MetIi.,x,96, 193, 1788, BshamasiaftarCateaby. 

BabgHU El'Nl'ABrS JorJai k ErrnUB. 
£ii«raniii Jordan & Kvermann. I'iahca N. and M. Amer., 1896 («■«!«>•(*). 

2077. Bpariaoma Htrigatnm (GUnthcr). 

Locality unknown; bnt as the Kenns Sparitoma li chiefly ronfined to Amer- 
ican w.tttTS, thii4 species is probably Auierictin. 
Searut ilrigalui Giiutber, Cut., iv, 212, 1862. locniity nnknown. 

3078. Spariaoma Qaveacens (Blnch & Schneider). Vieja Colorado; Fit)*Mmftr. 
West Indies ; Key West to Rio Janeiro. 

Scarm JIaretcn* Blocb &, F.clineld«i. KjM. lc^i\:b.. ^Wl, \%V, Ci&n.\ »Itax 
Pcrra. 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 417 

2079. Spazlooma tnmoatum (Poey) 

Cuba. 

Soarus iruncaiHa Poey, SynopsiH, 88i), ISHH, Havana. 

2080. Spazlooma oiroumnotatom (Po«y). ^ ^r%4r+*^*'*'*^ 

Cuba. \ 

Seams circumnotaM Poey, MemoriaB, ii. 423, 1861, Havaua. 

2081. Spaiiaoma frondoaom (Ciivier). *. 

. West Indies, sonth to Brazil. 
ScarH$ frondo8H9 Cuvier, in Agassiz. 8pix, Pisr. Hra6il..98, 1829, Bahia. 

2082. SpaxiBomabraohialia (Poey). • 

Cuba. 

Soaru9 hraokialitt Poey, Memf»rias, ii, 345. 1881, ( 'uba. 

2083. SpaiiflomamaaohaleapilOB (Bleeker). 

Surinam. 

8carn8 ma9ckal€9pilo8 Blocker, Noticen Ichthyulogiqnes. i-x, 5, 1862, Surinam. 

2084. Spariaoma aWloaii^ (OUnther). - -^rv*^-^^'^^^'**^ ^^*'^'**^ ' 

Jamaica. /\^ 

Scarus arooaaya C^Unther, Cat., iv, 201), 1862, Jamaica. 

Oenus 048. 8CABU8 Fonkil. Lorott; Parrot-finhw. 
8caru9 Forsk&l, Descr. Animal, etc., in Orient. Obs., 25, 1775 (pHtticuHy etc.). 

SakgraMi 8CABV8 VonkkU 

2085. Soarna pnnotulatna Cuvier <& Valenciennes. 

West Indies. 

8caru9 pitnelHlatHs Cuyier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xiv, 1$^, 1839, 
Martinique. 

2086. Soama bollmani Jordan & Evermann. 

Oalf of Mexico, in moderately deep water. 

Seartu hollmani Jordan & Evermann, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1886. 470, off 
Tampa Bay, Florida. 

2087. Ekuuna tasnioptenui Desmarest. 

West Indies. 

Seanu UeniapterM Desmarest, Diet. Classlque, x v, 244, pi. 12, 1831, Cuba. 

2088. Soama araoanga (Ofinther). 

West Indies. 

Pteudasoarut aracanga GUnther, Cat., iv, 227, 1862, Jamaica. 

2089. Ekuuna triapixioaua Cuvier & ValencienneH. 

Brazil. 

Searw tHapinasuB Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. PoisH., xiv, 182, 18,39, Brazil. 

2090. Soama oosamilas Bean. 

Coznmel Island, Yucatan. 

8oaru8 otuamiUB Bean, Bull. U. 8. Fish Com. 1888, 196, Coznmel. 

2091. Soama vatnla (Bloch & Schneider). Mudfish; Vieja; Old W\fe. 

West Indies. 

Scanu vtMa Bloch «& Schneider, Ichthyol., 289, 1801, Cuba. 

2092. Soama gnatbodaa Poey. 

Cuba. 

Searus gnatkodus Poey, Repcrtorio, ii, 240, 1867, Havana. 

Sskfrau CALLIODON Groaow. 

CaUiodon Gronow, in Bloch «& Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 312, 1801 (Z«nea(iM= 
eroioensis), 

2093. Soama oroioensia (Bloch). Bulhn. 

Wegtlndiee, north to Key West. 
Smtms eroieemais Bloch, Ir-hthyol.. pi. 221, 1790, Ht. Cnux. 

r. B. 95^ 27 



418 RKPOBT OF COMMI8SIUNEB OF FISH AND FISIIERIES,. 

2094 Soama avDniiannl Jonlnn. 

(iulf of Mexipu, io in«<l«riitol7 ileep waliT. 

Scarun rrermanHi -JiirJun. I'toc. U. ». Nat. Mun. IHrtll. 4i», nif Tiunpa lUy. >> 
itiDil«ralu]y ileop wst^r. 

3095. Soani* flavonuwglijatuB Ciivicr A VuleiKiaiiiiM. 

Murliui'iiie. 

Seami riarom-ir,,iHatiiM CuvUr ili VuIuui'Iouduh, lliiit. Nat. I^iln., XIV, 312. 

1831). AlurMiiiiiui'. 

2096. Scarns aOutUB I'ouy. Lora, 

Cuba. 

S.-ar«^ aeulat I'lHiy, ML>m«riu», n. 216, l»!l, Huvnua. 

2097. Scarua cceruleua (Itlo«li). IIIhh Farrot-Jlth; iMro: Ciamagon. 

Wu«t iDilieB; Cbcsnpenke Hnr. 

Corgphitma ccnrulna Itlocli, AnalitDtliKlio Flaoba, II. 11*0, pi. !*<>, 178U, tin>balilr 
Mnitiuliiiis; 111 part nftsr (Jutunby. 

Oanoiefia. FSEUSOBCABVi BUtkOT. OHaeamaia: 

Paendamirui Blfoker. Vurnl. Akad. Wet. Anuttcnluiu. .'^nnroidrn. Xlt. IfWI.3 

{Htiarurrhinot). 

subfFSBs pskcvuhi'jIKI's niMkiiT. 

2098. PaeudOBcaruB ccBleatiDiiB (Cu\ier & ValeneiAnnoii). Loro. 

West iDdie*. 

A'<ir»> cii'lr-liHitM Cuvier A: 'Vulencleuneii, Illat. Nat. PoiSB., XIV, lM)v 18391 
Ht. Tbumna. 

2099. Paeudosoarua elmplex Pciey, 

I'lrHdotoarai ntnpltJ I'oey. KepuMmri'i, t, IKTi, ]Wi7, ftaviino. 

2100. PaeadoaoaraB plelEinua (Piiey ). 

St. Tlmnina; only the lype koDWD. 

Seai-Ht plriart'" P«ey, Mem«rLa«, It. »lKi. imi, i«t. TIu'iubb. 
Smbnena^ l.dKO iordin A KrtmiMii. 
Lorv Jordan it. Evennonn, FisEes K. and H. America, 1896 (gtmeutala). 

2101. PsendosoAnu gamotmai^ (Cnvier). Ouaeamaia; Ore#i* Parrot-JUk. 

Weat Indies, nortb to Florida Keys (Btraying to St. Anguatine), aoatb to 

Bio de Janeiro. 
5cara« guacaMaia Cnvier, R^goe Aiiimal,ed.ii,Tol.3,3a!>,1829, Caba; kfUr 

Parr». 

2102. PaaudoaoaruB pairioo (Jordan & Qilbert). 

Pacific Coaat of Mexico, from La Pu to Mautlan. 

Scanu pa-rico Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. 8. Nat. Hue. 1881, 367, HuaUui. 



Pamilj CLZIV. ZBIDJB. Tlie John Dorlaa. 

Omiueai, ZEII0F8I8 Oill. 
Zenop-ii (iill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbiia. 1862, 128 (Mftaionu). 
3103. Z«nopBiaocellatus<StoreT). 

Tnkvii off Proviucetown, MaMSchosottB. 

Zeui oceliatui Storer, Proc. Boat. Soc. Nat. IIIbI., vi, 1858, 386, off ProTiore- 
town. Masaucbuaettti. 

Obddj ess. ZERIOR Jordan ft ETeTmann. 
ZmioK Jordan ..V EvermauD, FishuB North and Middle America, 1896 Ihofo- 

hpiij. 



^ 



2104. Zenlon hololeple (Goode & Bean). 
Yncutau; I.ittlf Babamn Bank. 
Cgfliif hoMfiUt Goode . 

2336, Itm, off YucaUu and l.ittVe UaVAmu U*.^. 



420 REPORT OP COMMIJiSIONER OF FISH AND ('ISHKItlGg. 

3114. Cluetodon sedeutarius I'ui'y, 
Wast Imlian fnuiiu. 
Chniodoit (rwlmtariHi I'uey. Muiiu>riiui, il. IMS, IMM}, I'lihk. 

2119. Chsetodon aya Jortlim. 
Onlfof Mi'xioo. 

CAir(ii4aii aya Jontan. I'roo. U. S. tint. Km. INW, 3SS, Ku>tq>«f itonki. nmt 
rennncola, Florldn. 

Rmbrnn. TKTSlUO^Dl-TtCS iKItliJ RiMkrr. 
. TVtrn^DnojirrrK Kloln, Historin Plscliim, 37, 1744 (nuiny ii|WRiM, •*r»<K«*,ole,l. 

2116. Cheetodon atriafiu Linnu>iia. PorUtgiuin BatUrJIf. 

West iDiIien. 

TAipfMloii ffridlH* Linoii-un, ttjsC. Nat,, oil. X, 275, IT.Vt, "ludltk" 

2117. Ctuetodou ataenlatUB (Poey). 

TlnvuDS, Cubn. 

Karothrodan at/nialut Poey, S^DopaiH, Sb'J. IHUti. llriruuB. 
KibgriiM t'B£T»DO.\ (ArUdi) I.lDnmn. 

2118. CtuDtodon oapUtiatns LiiiDinuii. /'aroAi. 

WestlnaisB; Huvnua. 

CSi-lodoH caputratut l.iiiiiiiiiB. Synt. Nttt.. ™1. %, Sit., UM. liidiA. 

DsDOi 669. POMACUfTHUB LaetpMe. CkiriHIaii. 

romai^nlhui Lac«[>i'd(>. Hint. Nat. I'uiM., IV, 517, ltW.t i arixolH*. aa tMiUirted 

byCiivierl. 

2119. Pomacanthaa arcnatua (LinD»?iiaj, Blaek Jngrl ; rhirtriin. 
' o New .lerspy; south t« BaliiN. 

nnx-us, Syxt. Nat., e<l. x, 273, 1758, Iiiilla. 

2120. PomacantImB pam (Bloch), Parii Initiaa-finh ; Flatfth. 

West [allies; aoiitb to Babia. 

Ckalodoti pam Hlocli, Ichtli., pi. 107, Ai;. 1. 1787, UroiU; uo a ilrawiDg. 



Ssbgrnnii POnAI'A.ITHODEN (ill). 

rom,icnnth.-leii(iin. V\-'r. \i-. N;it. .-^i i, Fliild. IH62. Jll ttoTiiptrUi). 

2121. PoiMOanthna Bonlpeotiu (Oill). Miffarra dt Uu PUdm. 

Weat coast of tropical America, fVom Haiatlan to Panama. 
PomaeantkodtM tonip^ctui QUI, Proe. Ac. Nat. Sei. PhUa. 188S, au, 8aB 
Salvador. 

0«uu eeo. nOLAOAHTHira laaipUa. Catalin^mt. 

HitUKanlkiu Lao^pMe, Hiat. Nat. Poiaa., iv, SSS, 1808 (M-iMtM-). 

2122. Btdaoanthna t>aBaer TaleneiennM. 

West coast of tropical America ; Cape Saa Lnoaa to Oalapago* lalaada. 
BolaeaiUKyi patter ValeDcientiea, Voyaga Vtena, 337, pi. 6, 1846, Galapafaa 
Archipelago. 

2123. HolacantboB clarionensia Gilbert. 

Clarion. Socorro, and H^u Beiiedicto islands of the RsvillaKiK^" K"*"?- 
Holaianlhut elariomvtit Gilbert. Proc. IT. S. Nat. Miis. 1890, 72, Rcvillagi- 
gedo Islan'lH: Clarion, iSui'orro. and San Benedicto. 

2124. HolacanthuB tricolor (Blocb). CalaliHeta; I'ligurla dt dot Voloret; R»ek 

Beauly. 
West Iniltes: north to Itermndai sonth ti> Babia. 
ChiFlodoH Iricolor Bloch, Ifhth., pi. 426, 1795. 

0«aiu S61. AHOELICHTHYB Jordan A Evetmann. 

Angelichtkft Jordan A. F.viTniaoo, nfw genus (cifiarji). 

2125. AnBellcbtbrs laabellta (Jordan &. Riittcr). Jngtl-fith. 

West Indies; north to Key West. Florida. 
ifo(acan(AiiB iiabelila Jordan &. Ituttet MS., K«^ Vfea*., 



Ur^ » JL^ lTtp^-CC / 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 421 

2126. Angeliohtliya iodooua (Jordan 6l Ratter). 

Galapagos Islands. 

Holacanikus iodocus .Jordan &. Ratter, Proo. U. B. Nat. Mas. 1896, Galapagos 
Islands. 

2127. Angeliohtliya Ciliaris (Lionseus). An^el-fish; IsabelUa; Yellow Angel. 

West Indies north to Key West. 

ChcBtodan dliaris Linnseas, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 276, 1758, Indies ; in part. 

FaxnUy CLXVULL ZANCLIDiB. The Moorish Idols. 

Oenns 688. ZANCLTTS Cavier as Valendeones. 
Zanclus Cavier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. PoiHs., vii, 102, 1831 (oamutm), 

2128. Zancltui oomatns (LinnsBus). Moorish Idol ; Piquier; Porie-Enseigne; Be$an, 

East Indies and islands of Polynesia, ranging eaHt to the Revillagigedos. 
CluetodoH oomuiu8 Linnieas, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 273, 1758, ''Indies''; after 
Artedi. 

Family CLXIX. TEUTHIIDIDiB. The Burgeona. 

Oenns 668. TEDTHI8 linnsBiis. Doctor-fishes, 

Teul^M LinnsBOS, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 507, ll^ihepatusyjarus; after Hepatus 
Gronow, same species). 

2129. Teuthia tzloBtegna (Linnseas). 

Paoifio Ocean, from New Zealand and Aastralia to the Hawaiian Islands 

and the RevUlagigedos. 
Chatodon triostegus Einnssas, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 274, 1758, India. 

2130. Teuthia coBmleos (Blooh & Schneider). Barhero; Blue Surgeon; Blue Tang. 

West Indies, Kev West and Bermuda to Babia. 

Acanthurus carvleus Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 214, 1801, Carolina; 
Havana; Jamaica; after Catesby, Parra, and Browne. 

2131. Tenthis hepatua LinnsBUS. Common Surgeon; Doctor-fish; Lancet-fish; Barber: 

Tang-Barbero. 

West Indian fanna; Florida to Babia; Key W^est and Cnba; Charleston, 

Soath Carolina. 
Teuthis hepatus Linnseas, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 507, 1766, Carolina. 

2132. Teathia crestonia Jordan Sl Starks. Barbero Negro. 

West coast of Mexico and Central America, Mazatlan to Panama. 

Teuthis oresUnUs Jordan &. Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 485, pi. 47, Mazatlan. 

2133. Teathia bahianoa (Castelnaa). Barbeiro. 

West Indies and both coasts of tropical America, from Key West and 

Mazatlan to Babia and Panama. 
Acanthurus bdhianus Castelnaa, Anim. Noav. on Rares de TAmdr. dii Sad, 

24, pi. 2, fig. 1/^^853, Babiai t 



> • 



Oenns 664. ZESUBITB Jordan as Evermann. 
Xesurus Jordan & Evermann, new gennH (punctatus). 

2134. Xeaama ponotatua (Gill). Coohinito. 

Cape San Lncas ; Mazatlan ; Creston Island. 

Prionurus punctatus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 242, Cape San Lucas. 

2135. Xeauma clarionia Gilbert & Starks. 

Galapagos Islands. 

Xesurus clarionis Gilbert &8tarkH, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1896, Clarion Island, 
Galapagos Archipelago. 

2136. Xeauma latiolaviiia (Valenciennes). 

Galapagos Islands; only thc^ typo known. 

JYionunis laticlavius Valenciennes, Voyage V^nus, ?Q5, v^. 7, ^y;. 2, IWfi^ 
Oalapagoa JsiandH. 



4ZZ KEI'OKT OP C0MMI8S101TER OF FISH AND FISHEKlflH. 
Suboider SCLBRODBBMI 
FunUy CttXX. TRIACANTHID.S. 
Ofluni S6A. HOIXAfiDU FMf. 

llollardia Pocy, Momoriiis, ii, »i8. IHBl (koHan/l). 

2137. Hollardla hoUardi Poe;. 

llollardia koUardi Piwy, MeiDiiriM. ii, 348. pi. ll*. fin. 1 1, 1R61. Ciil*. 

Family CLXXI. BALISTIDJEl. The Tilsser-FUtuw. 
Omu 66S. BALUTES lArtedi) Liuucuj. 

lialitla (ArUidi) Liiin:riis, Sy«t. Nnt.. «\. x. .1L'7. lTiV< {rrUla). 
1«iitiKciiBi rAPRIi^ClIS BiHao^iir. 

Capnit-IM KalineaifUi'. Iiiiticu. 41. 1810 (cayirUaNi). 

2138. Balistea polylepia SteindachnBr. 

Lowur California to PaDumn. 

lial'viltt paliflrpii SteindacluieT, lufath. Reitr., v, 31, 1876, Mfttt<Ii>'i'D'> t^Ti 
Mazatlan; Acupulro. 

2139. BoiistsB naufragium Jordan & Rtarki. Pn Futriv de Im Piedrai. 

Mu'ntliili. 

UalitUa nau/ragium Jor.ltin Si SUtln, Proc. Cal. Ao. Boi. 18%, J88. UusUan. 

2140. BallatDs carolinenaia Oudiu. Ltatitr Jackrt; "Turhot"; Tiiotiyo. 

Trcipirat parts uf tbo Atlantit.*; Gulf Stream: Uoditorrftnean. 
Balitlei earolinniiii Guielio, Byst. N&t., i, U68, 1T»^, Carolina. 

2141. Ballatea forcipatna Gnielln. 

West coast of AfVioa and tlie n«ighl>orlut[ Ulancls. 

llaliiiri> /■>rripalu> Gmelin, Srat. Nat., i, 1472, 1788, Itruil; afl«r Omftrr* 
lata of Li»let. 



Sabraaa* BALIBTBB (Irt^l) Uaan*. 
2143. BollaUa T«tiilA LiniuenB. Se*$g Ceria. 

Tropical ports of th« AtlMtlc: West Indica; Onlf Stnam Ut Wooda Hola. 
£aIf«lM r«iiiJ« LinoniM, Syst. Kat., «il. x, 329, 1768, AaoeulanlslaDd; slUr 
BtdUt** reUla «f Osb«ok, It«r Chinetisia, 2H, 1TC7. 

Oani M7. FACHTVATEDB SwainMO. 

Fi>ek)natiiiu SwainsoD, Classu. Fishes, ti, 326, 1839 (lrUugKlmrU=e^t»trm- 
tui); not Pachggnatlia nor Packjignatkiu; both thM« naaiaa c&rlier Bsed 
for genera of apidera. 

3144. Pachynathua caplBtxatQS (Sbaw). Pet Putrco. 

Pncilii* OcenD : Eaitt Indies; China; Pacific Coast of tropical America, flrom 

Mauilulenii Hay to tlie <Ialapa$;on. 
flofi<('»cojii»(ra(«»"Shaw, Geul. Zool., v, 417, 1804, afler LBcfipfede. 

Oenni BOB. CARTHIDESIIIB Bwainun. Subacoii. 

Caalkidmait Svrainson, Nat. Iliat. Claasu. Aaiiti., li, 325, 1839 (aaf«lMi(* = 

2145. Canthideimls sobaco (Poey). .Oilmen. 

WeHt IndioH. 

Ilaliilea 'obaco I'oer, Meuiuriua, 11. Iti-I, 1861, Havana. 

2146. Cauthidennia asperriinua (Copr). 

St. Martina, West Indies. 

Handles a^perrimui < 'ni.i-. Trans. Amur. PLiloB. Soc. 1871, 478,snppaMd to Im 
Iroju .St. Martina. 




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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 423 

2147. CanthidermiB Bofflamen (Mitcbill). Sohaco, 

West Indies ; Havana. 

BalUtes 8iifflamen Mitcbill, Trans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, locality 
unknown, said by DeKaj to be from tbe Soutb Atlantic. 

2148. CanthidermiB maculatuB (Bloob). 

West Indies. 

Bali8te8 macuJatus Blocb, Icbtbyologia, pi. 151, 1786, West Indies. 

2149. CanthidenniB willughbeii (Lay <& Bennett). 

East Indies and Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Bal%9i€S wiUughheii Lay & Bennett, Zoology, Beecbey's Voyage, 68, pi. 21, 
fig. 2, 1839, Aoapuko, Mexico. 

OenoB ee9, XAHTHICHTHTS Kaup. 

Xanthichthys Kaup, in Ricbardson, Enc. Brit., ed. xii, 313, 1856 (curoBsa- 
vicus). 

2150. Xanthichthya ringena (Linnseus). Cocuyo, 

West Indies and southward, recorded from Mauritius. 
Batistes ringens Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 329, 1758, no locality. 

2151. Xanthichthya mento (Jordan <& Gilbert). 

West coast of Mexico. 

BalxBtes mento Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. 11. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 228, Clarion 
Island, of the Revillagigedo group. 

Oenns 670. XELICHTHTS Swainson. 
Melichihya Swainson, Class. An., ii, 325, 1839 (ringene Blocb, not of LinnsBus). 

2152. Melichthya piceua (Poey). Galafate; Calafaie, 

West Indies and southward. 

Batistes piceus Poey, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 180, Cuba. 

2153. Melichthya biapinoBUB Gilbert. 

Clarion and Socorro islands. 

Melichthys bispinosus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 125, Clarion and 
Socorro islands, of the Revillagigedo group. 

Family CLXXH. MONACANTHID2S. The File-FiBhea. 

Oenns 671. CAHTHERIHES Swainson. 

Cantherines Swainson, Classn. Fishes, ii, 327, 1839 (nasutus=^santvichensi8), 

2154. Cantherinea pullua (Ranzani). Lija Colorada, 

Westrludies and coast of, Brazil ; southern Florida. 

Monacanthus putlus Ranzani,' Nov. Comm. Act. Sci. Inst. Bonon., v, 4, pi. 1, 

OeiAts Ap, XOHACAHTHUS Caviar. 
MofMcanUtus Cuvier, l^^gne Animal, ed. i, 152, 1817 {chinensis). 

2155. Monacanthua ciliatus (Mitcbill). Leather-fish; Lija; Flap-mivgo. 

WeHt Indies and Florida ; Florida Keys. 

Batistes citiaius Mitcbill, Amer. Monthly Mag. & Crit. Rev., March, 1818, ^26, 
Bahaiua Straits. 

2156. Monacanthua hiapidua (Linnieus). Foot-fish; File-fish; Jjeather-fish ; Lija; 

Mingo. 

Cape Cod to Cuba ; South Atlantic Coast and Florida Keys ; West Indies 

to Brazil. 
Batistes hispidus LinnsDus, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 405, 1766, Carolina. 

2157. Monacanthua apilonotua Cope. 

Gulf of Mexico. . 

ManaoantkuM spiUmotus Cope, Trans. Amer. Philos. Soc. Phila., xiv, 1870, 476. 



424 KEPORT OP COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISnEniEB. 

2158. Honaoanthus oppomitus Potii . 
(Mbii. 
MoHaeanlhm, oppvtit-i I'oe.V, M«iii<>riji», ii, 3:11, 1K61. Havhiik. 



2159. PHeudomonacauthna amphiozya (Cnpei, 
t^t. MattiuB Islaiid, We«t Indieti. 
Monaeanlhut umphi'ojry* C'upd. TrnuH. Amer. Pliilun. ftur. I8T1.4TT, St. Uurltua. 



3160. Alutoraectioepfii (W'ltlbBDni). Ht^fiik; lAja: t'lol-Jliil-. , 



2161- AInteia punotata Agwwii'.. Loitg Mingo. 
jBiuai('« to Baliia. 
AUlura punalala Kf^mHtU. Pisa. 13ra«)t.. <3T, jil. Ti, IS3S, Bnuil. 

i«w sabgeDiin (urifla). 

3163. Alatera Borlpta (OsbMk). rtHn>r%-JUk: Ufa Trvmpu. 

Tropicnl sens; Wcat Iiidiea; North Cnrolinii; vlf wm( coaiit uf Mexico: 

Claiion IbIbdiI, RevillaeicRilo Istsmll. 
Ilalitia icriplui Osbeck. Iter CbJii«naii9, 1, Hi. 1TC7. Chinu. 

3163. Alnteiamooooeroa lOnWrkl. Uja liarhgdn. 
WoatlDiijoB; £aat Indies; Japaii. 
BalUtt* Momoe*ro» 0«b«ok, Iter CbioMuia, 110, 17fi7, AsU. 

Snbordar OSTRACODERMI. Tba Tnuk-FUbM. 
Family CLXXTIT OSTRACUDS. 
Oaau 67S. LACTOFHSTB Bvainnm, nrM-aw^ferf TVMNi-Jbiet. 

£«crot>kr9«SwainBoii,Nat.Hut.C'lBMn.Fi>ibea,il,tM,324.183»(rrifMN«.titc). 



2164. LactopliT7atriqnet«r(I.i>imr-UH). TruHk-fiih: llmk Shellfiih; Ih-unkn-fitk ; 
Ckapin; Vtatt-fith . 
West Imlies, nurtli to tbo IteniiuUun: Ki-jr We^r ]iiiil Peunacola. 
llttracioH trjirvcfn-Liiimi'iiB, SyBt.Niit.. 111. \.:0>.lT5f(.Iii<1ta. 



2165. Lactophrys bicaudaliB | Lliiniiui). i^haptn; Sjioltiil TrHnk-fiih. 

West iD'lief. from Cubii to AsceiiNimi IhIiiuiI. 

Otlraf'ioH bicandalit l.inn;<'tiH. SvhI. Nat., oil. \. :<:<(>. W*. India; ;ilt<T ArtedL 

Sibfrkii UCTIIFHKYS VniliKon. 

2166. LaCtOphtTB tligOUUS (I.iiiiiH'iiH). Common TruHk-fiiili: Chapin; JiMt-fitit. 

West Iiidir-i, luirtli to Itr-iiiiiiUii and Mfv Weil; occiiaiouallv northw.iTd in 
Gull' Stn'niii r>. HolmrH M..I.., Mn^siu'liiisolts. >iiii| Cbr^a'poake Bay. 
racio)! IriffauKK l.iiiiwiiB, Sji-l, \al.,m\.x,"jaU,V»a*,\vi!i\»„ 



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8abg«a«s ACANTH08TRAC10X Bleeker. 
Acanihoairacion Bleeker, Atlas Ichth., v, 27, 1865 (quadricomis), 

2167. Lactophrys tricomis (Linnaeus). Cuckold; Taro; Cowfiah, 

Tropical parts of Atlantic, from Carolina to Brazil, rangins north in the Galf 
Stream to Charleston and Chesapeake Bay : Gulf of Mexico, at Pensa- 
cola and Galveston, eastward to Guinea ana Cape of Good Hope. 

Oatracian trioamia Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 331, 1758, ''In India"; after 
Artedi. 

Suborder GTMNODONTES. 

Family CLXXIV. TBTRAODONTID2S. The Puffers. 

Oenns 676. LA00CEPHALTJ8 Swainson. ^^^i^'^C.Loj^ jCJ^^^^^ ^^t? 

Lagooephalua Swainson, Nat. Hist, and Classn. Fishes, ii. Ili4, 328, 1839 (pen- 

nanti=lagooephalua). ^^^rf^ 4^ix^unAJi>t^«/**^»^^ 

2168. LagocephaluB leevigatus (Linnseus). Smooth Puffer, -iiA.g^^^^f ^^^r^^* 

Cape Cod to Brazil; rare north of Cape Hatteras. 

Tetrodon Icpvigatua Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 411, 1766, (Charleston, .South 
Carolina. 

2169. Lagocephalus paohycephalus (Ranzani). Jugfiak, 

Jamaica to Brazil. 

Tetrodon pachycephalua Ranzani, Nov. Comm. Ac. Sci. Inst. Bonou., iv, 1840, 
73, pi. 2, fig. 2, Brazil. 

Oenns 677. 8PHER0IDE8 lae^pMe. Swellfiahea. 
Lea apheroidea Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 1, 1798 (^Yench name only, 
tubercule). (dfi^ T) -H^U^yx>Kxjij^) 

Habgenvt 8PHER0IDE8 Lsc^pMe. 

2170. Spheroides angustioeps (Jenyns). 

Pacific Coast, La Paz to the Galapagos Islands. 

Tetrodon anguaticepa Jenyns, Voyage Beagle, Fishes, 154, 28, 1842, Galapagos 
Islands. 

2171. Spheroides lobatus (Steindachner). Botete. 

Gulf of California to the Galapagos Islands; Mazatlan; Panama. 
Canthogaaterf lobatva Steindachner, Ichth. Notizen, x, 1875, 18, pi. 5, fig. 3, 
Altata. 

2172. Spheroides spengleri (Bloch). Southern Puffer ; Swell Totid; Tambor. 

West Indies ; coast of Texas and Florida, south to Rio Janeiro and to the 

Madeiras and Canaries. 
Tetrodon apengleri Bloch, Ichth., i, 135, pi. 144, 1782, East Indies. 

2173. Spheroides marmoratus (Ranzani). Spiny-book Blotcfiah. 

West Indies to Brazil: Jamaica. 

Tetrodon marmoratua Ranzani, Nov ..Comm. Ac. Sci. Inst. Bonon., iv, 1840, 
72, pi. 10, fig. 1, Brazil. 

2174. Spheroides maculatus (Bloch «& Schneider). Puffer; Swell Toad; Blower. 

Atlantic Coast of the United States, from Cape Ann to St. Johns River and 

Biscay ne Bay, Florida. 
Tetrodon hiapidua var. maculatua Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 504, 1801, 

Rhode Island; after Schopf. 

SubgenvH CHEILICHTHTS HttUer. 
Cheilichthya MiMler, Abhandl. Akad.Wiss. Berl., 252, 1839(1841) (teatudineua). 

2175. Spheroides testudineus (Linnieus). Tambor; Globefiah; Blowfiah, 

West Indies; Gulf Stream as far as Newport, Rhode Island. 
Tetraodon teatudineua Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 332, 1758, in India; based 
on Balk and Artedi. 

3176. Spheroides azmulatus (Jenyns). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Tetrodon annuMua Jonyus, Zool. Hea^lo, 153, 1^2, Galapagos Inlands^ 



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217Ga. Bpbeioldes aniiulattia polltua (Oirard). 

Piiciiir CoTist o( (ropiral Ann'rirn, Snn Diegn to Mnxntlnii 

TrIrodoH polil— Gitatti, I'Bn. K. H. Surv.,x, 340, leSJH, Sati Uiego, California. 

2177. Bpheraid«a fonnoaui (Gilnthcr). 

rniiitma. 

TelrodoH J'ormu'Ui lilinllier, ('Bt., Vlll, L-KI, IKTtl, Kouth Aiunrii^k. 

2178. BpheroidsB furthil (SleliKlnclmnr). 

PnnniiiA. 

TctrodoH futthii St«inilac liner, Ichtli. Itrltr., v, 2'J, 1874. Pnnanin. 

2179. Spheroldea trlcbocephalns (Copi<)- 



2180. Spbeioidee pacbygaster (Miiller u Troariiel). 

Ilarlmilos. 

rclr(Hfon(CArili(-AUy>)|iafAjf.«(uf>TUIIlli.'r.tr Trmclii-t, iliKchnml'itrKk'ii MUt. 
Burbuilos, 677, lH4(i, lliirliwliw. 

Omu 878. OV0IDE8 Iu«pMa. 

Lr» oioiitt Liio^pi-ile. Hint. Nat. Poiw., 

2181- Ovoldea erethlson (Jonlan Si. Gilbert). 
Pnoainn nnil niiubbnriu^ islands. 
Arothron ercthuon Jiiidim lit (iill>ert, Prac. IT. 8. Kat. Mo*. 1882,631. Panun*. 

2162. Ovoidea setOBUS {Kosa Siuilh). 

West toast uf Metiro; ItevillogijiCBilo IManila) Onlf of Califomia. 
Tttrawhtt xloma Uuwi ^luilh, Uiill. Cal, Ac. tici., tl, I4ov«(ub«r \3. \fi»6. S, 

■■Mexico." 

Ooniu 6T8 C0LOHZ8U8 Gill. 

ro!oiufso>V-m, Pro.-, r. S, Nal. Mils. 1M*1, 42a {pntlael•,^. 

2183. ColomesiiB psittaens (BlocliA Scbnetder). 

River montfas, Guinna and northern Brazil ; Rio Branco, Eaeeqaibo, Hftr»- 

non, Bud Capin at Para; ■■ Weat Indiea." 
TclrmfoB piitfooNf Bloch & Scbueider, 8fat. labth., 506, 1801, "Malabar." 

Pamll; CIiXXV. CA R TUIOABTBRIDA. nie Bbktp-noaed Poflbrs. 

Gbdd* 6*0. CAHTUIOASTBR Bvainaon. 

CMtkigaitrr fin-aiaaoii, Nat. lUst. Fiah«fl, it, 194, 1839 (diagnoaia only; no 
•pecies mentioned; rottrataa iDtended). 

2184 Cantbigaster pnnctatlBBiBiaB (fillnthcr). 

Paciliu Co.ibt of America, Onlf of California to Panama. 
JtirodoH )m«clalittimv GUntber, Cat,, viii, 302, 1870, PanatDa. 

21S5. Canthlgaster roBtratua (Blocb). 

West Indiuu fatin.1 ; J^ensni'alu; Moileirax iind itermnilas. 
Tttrodon rotlralim Kloch, lobth., I, jil. 146, 17»2, India. 

ri^ij CLXXVL "dIO'dONTIDJI:. Tbe Porcnplit«-Flata«B. 
iiinoduntog, 49, 1867 (jiifoiM*). 



doN pi(o«ii»MitchiIi, Trans. I.il.l'LiliiB. S<.c.X.\,,l, WVa, 411, au^V™***^** 
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Oeims682. DIOBOK limuBag. Porcupine-fishes, I ,^^^{, gjSlr^'^^*^ 

Diodon Linnaniis, Syet. Nat., e<l. x, 335, 1758 (hi/atrix). V. 



2187. Diodon hystriz LinuaBUS. Porcupine-fish; Erizo; Puerco Espino; Souraap, 

Tropical seas, north to Lower California, Tiawaiian Islands and to Florida. 
Diodon hysirix Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 335, 1758, India; after Artedi. 

2188. Diodon holacanthus Linnteas. 

All warm «eas ; north to Florida Keys; Lower California and Hawaiian' 

Islands. 
Diodon ho'tticanthus LinnaMis, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 335, 1758, India; based on 

Artedi. 

2189. Diodon mac\ilifer Kaup. 

Cape of Good Hope; Cuba ? . 

Diodon nuuhlifer Kaup, Wiegmann's Arch., 229, 1855, Cape of Good Hope. 

Oenw 688. CHIL0MTCIERTJ8 Bibron. Burrfishes. 

Chilomycterus Bibron, in Barn vi lie. Revue Zoologique, 40, 1846 (reticulaius = 
tigrinus). 

Sabyenat CTGLICHTHT8 Ksvp. 

Cifclichiht/s Kaup, Wiegm. Archiv, 231, 1855 {orbicularis), 

2190. Chilomycterus schcspfi (Walbanm). Common Jiurrfish; Rahhit-fish; Swell 

Toad, 

Cape Cod to the West Indies. 

Diodon schcppfi Walbaum, Artedi Pise, 601, 1792, Long Island ; after Schopf. 

2191. Chilomycterus spinosns (Linna^iis). 

West Indies and coast of Brazil. 

Diodon spinosus LinnH3U8, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 335, 1758, India. 

2192. Chilomycterus antennatus (Cuvier). 

West Indies and southward; St. Croix; Jamaica; Porto Rico; Cape of 

Good Hope. 
Diodon antennatus Cuvier, M^m. Mus., iv, 131, pi. 7, 1818. 

SabgeaoB GHILOVTCTERUS BlbroB. 

2193. Chilomycterus atinga (Linnseus). Jtinga, 

West Indies to Bermuda and Florida Keys. 

Diodon atinga (misprinted atringa) LinnieuB, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 334, 1758, India. 

2194. Chilomycterus californiensis Eigenmann. 

San Pedro, California. 

Chilomycterus californiensis Eigenmann, Am. Nat., 1891, 1133, San Pedro, 
Cfldifomia. 

Family CLXXVII. MOLID2S. The Headfishes. 

Oenus 684. MOIA Cuvier. Headfishes. 
Mola Cuvier, Tableau l^l^m. Hist. Nat. Animaux, 323, 1798 {rotunda ^=mola), 

2195. Mola mola (Linmeus). Sunfish; Headfish; Mola; Pez Luna. 

Temperate and tropical seas, northward to England, Cape Cod, and San 

Francisco ; rare in the West Indies. 
Tetrodon mola Linuteus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 334, 412, 1758, Mediterranean. 

Genus 685. RAHZAHIA Kardo. King of the Mackerels. 
Tanzania Nardo, Ann. Sci. Regn. Lombard. Venet., x, 1840, 105 {truncatus). 

2196. Ranzania troncata (Retzius). 

Pelagic; occMionallv on Atlantic Coast; Bermudas. 

Tetrodon truncal v Vet. Ali.Uya.HwieL\,,Nv'i,\^feA'V«b« 



42X REPORT or COMM18SIONF.R Or FISH AND FISHElllES, 

Suborder LORICATI. 

Family CIiXXTin SCORFJEINID^. Tbc RoclcOBhaa 

Oaniu SB6. SEBABTE8 Corin. liotrjiehen. 

SflHulf Cnvior, It.'.giie Aniinnl, iwi, 2, ii, IHK, IKWI |.Brr*gioH. -- nun mi' 



Gsniu eST. SEBASTOLOBDB ffiU. 

M,a,Mob«» (iill. Hnpl. SmitliB-ii. liiHl. IJlWt (1**1(. 375 (MOcrnrAlf 
2198. Sebaatolobus alasconiu Bene. 

tteriuu Hts,; Piujllo CoiuC of Alnnk.i, WHBblni;tiiii, (.irpcun, unil Californik. 

S^banloMmi alaioaniu Hran. I'rw. II. a N»l. Miia. 1890. 44. off Trinitv UlautU, 

AI»Hkii, *l AlbatroM 8tsI>oii 'MSS, Hi'^ M., 154" W., lu IM) fatboui*. 

!|199. 8abastalotraa«ltlTeliaULlben. 

AUiiliaiL IbUciiIh. Aluiths. auil in deep irat«r ofT the roa>t of Cdifomlk. 
SrhaXoIoliN* a f(tprfi> Gilbert. K«-pt. U. fl. t'. C. 18»3 ( ISMj.llU, pi. ra. wiotb oT 
AluHhii t'cniiiNiilu. Ill AlbatriNiH )<Uliou a3%>. lU 635 futliuiiiB. 

Offioi 688. 8EBA8T0DE8 OUL ifao&AjAw. 

.SrbiMlodM Oill. Prou. Ar. Nat. Kd. Phil*. 1861. 166 {paut<irpinU). 
Suhgtniin SESASTODM «lll. 
2200. Sebastodes jordanl Oilbert. 

CoHHt of Ckliforuia id lieep wntar. 

■•^btut'HlrK^iriliiRiUiUien, K«pt. V. H. F. C.18i«3(I8»6), 486, rowt of Talifm-- 
■liii, lit A11>»lra»H Stutioua 29»i. SIOR, aod 3114. In IM to 124 r»lhoiiu.. 

2201- Bebastodas goodel Ki;:eniiinuii A KieeamiinD. 

a & RigeamMiD, Proo. Cftl. Ac. Bol. 1B90, 12, Sm> 

2202. 8«b««todespauoispliila (Ayrea). Aoocaa^;..lf«raH; Jack. 
Sail Dieffo to San Pranotsco. 
Stbatlt* paucitpiKU Ayres, Proo. Cal. Ac. Nat. Set., i, 18H, 6, San Franciaoo. 



2203. Sebostodea flavidua (Attm). rellatr-lail BocltJUIi. 

San Diego t<> San Franciaco. 

^biutDife>/anda«AyreR, Proo. Cal.Ao.Sci. 1862, 209, lit;. 64, San Franciaoo. 

2204. SebastodBs BerranoldeB EigeniiinDn & Kisenmnnn. 

Coilez h:ink», or)' .Sun Die),'o. 

.Srbaalorfts *iri-iiiii>id«8 KigeiiniaTiii A Kigeniiiann. 1'toc. CiiI. Ac. Sci. 1890, 36. 
Corte?: Banks. 

2205. Sebaatodes melanopa (Giranl). 

Pucilic Coaat of America, from Moutcrey to Sitka. 

Scbail'-t mrlanops liirurd, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pliila., vill, tHia, 135, Astoria, 

Orei;<.ii. 



3206. Sebaatodea ciUatus iTileaiua). 
^ Coaat of Al.'uka. 

^V ^^j^ntpiirlim ciliatuf TilesiuB, Mfui 

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2207. Sabastodes mystinus Jordan & Gilbert. Black Eockfish; Pecke Prilre; 

Priest 'fiah. 
Pacific Coast of America, from Puget Sonnd to San Diego. 
Sehastichthys myatinua Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880 (1881), 

455, San Francisco. 

Sabgenot ACUT0XENTI:H KigeBiiiABB A Beeson. 

Aeutamentum Eigenmann & Beeson, Am. Nat. 1893, 6t)9 (ocalU), 

2208. Sebastodes entomelas (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of America, from Port Harford to Monterey Bay. 
Sebastichthys entomelas Jordan «& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 142, 
Monterey. 

2209. Sebastodes rufds Eigenmann &. Eigenmann. 

Pacific Coast of America, near San Diego; Cortez Banks. 
Sebastodes rufus Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1890, 13, Point 
Loma; Cortez Banks. 

2210. Sebastodes xnacdonaldi (Eigenmann & Beeson). • 

San Diego, California. 

Acutonientum macdonaldi Eigenmann &, Beeson, Am. Nat. 1893, 669, San 
Diego, California. 

2211. Sebastodes brevispinis (Bean). 

Coast of Alaska. 

Sebastichthys proriger var; breviepinifi Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 359, 
Hassler Harbor, Alaska. 

2212. Sebastodes ovalls (Ayres). Viuva; JFidow-fish. 

Pacific Coast of United States from San Diego to San Francisco. 
Sebastodes ovalis Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Scf. 1862, 209-212, fig. 65, San Francisco. 

2213. Sebastodes eigenmannl Cramer. 

Coast of California. 

Sebastodes eigenmann* Cramer, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 239, Monterey, Cali- 
fornia. 

2214. Sebastodes hopkinsi Cramer. 

Monterey Bay, California. 

Sebastodes hoj^kinsi Cramer, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, with plate, Montiorey 
Bay, California. 

2215. Sebastodes alutus (Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of America, from Bering Sea to Santa Barbara. 
Sebastichthys alutus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 76, Santa Barbara 
Islands, California. 

2216. Sebastodes proriger (Jordan d^ Gilbert). 

San Diego to San Francisco. 

Sebastichthys proriger Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 327, Mon- 
terey, California. 

R08I(70LA Jordan k ErenuMB. 
Rosicola Jordaii &. Evermanu, new subgenas {pinniger), 

2217. Sebastodes pinniger (Gill). Orange Eockfish. 

Pacific Coast of America, from San Diego to Paget Soand. 

Sebastosomus pinniger Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phita. 1864, 147, San Francisco. 

2218. Sebastodes miniatus (Jordan <& Gilbert). Easciera ; Easher. 

Pacific Coast of America, from San Francisco to San Diego. 
Sebastichthys miniatus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1880, 70, Monterey, 
• California. 

2219. Sebastodes atronibens Gilbert. 

Monterey, California. 

Sebastodes atrorubens Gilbert, Proc. CaL Ac. Sci. 1896, Monterey, California. 



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3220, Bebastodes atroviivns (.Jimlaii & QillMirt}. 

Count of Cal<riirni», Troiu l^nn Diego to ttnn Frnnoiieo. 

SebaiUeblhiit alrorinnt .lordaa &. Gllliart, Proo. U. S. N*t. Una. IBM. S9, 
UuDteroy, California. 



2221. Sebaitodea aazicola (Gilbert). 

S.iiithi'ni Caliluriiia, guiirn llitrbara IalBnil«. 

Hel'iiilUhihiit F.uj;jcufa tiillxTt, Prnc. II. S. Nat. Muii. \mi, 78, SmtM BmHmh 
IhIiiuiIh ut Alljatroaii Stntiuns 3893, 2907, Md olUnn, in 44 tw 156 falboma. 

3322. BebaatodOB orameri Jurdau. 
I'linst of Orogon. 
!ltbatli'ilri- irameri Jordan, Prur. U. H. Nat. Mna. IH!H!, c<»ut uf Orcfton. at 

AlbaLroi,n.Slatiui>30>Jl, 

2223. Sebaatodea aeml/ilnctua (lilbert. 

CKnxlorCaHfoniia, 

tieboKU-df Koiicinrtii Gilbert. I'ror. I.T. H. Nat. Mas. IM'Ni, SaiiUi Unrbara 
Cliannel, Culifoniia. 

2224. Sobastodea diploproa (Gilbert). 

Cua«t of Houtlieni Culifoniia at Curooodu Ivlanito. 

Sebailiehtl'iit diufn/n-ua Oilliprt. Proc. tl. H>. Nat. Mo*. IHiN), 7)*, Coninado 
IsluuiU at AlbutrwM SUttlou 2SK)6, ia 121 fathums. 

2225. SobBBtodea aurora (Gilbert), 

Coast orCalifoniiB about tUn Santa Uarbnra Inlands. 

.Sria'liuhfkgK aurora (iilbi-rt, Proo, U. S. Nat, Hna. 1S90.60, Santa Barbara 
Ifllauda at Albatroan 8tatiuii« 3948 and 3960. in 'JOa and 207 futhama. 

2226. Sebaatodea melanoatomue Eif^niuann & Gigoumann. 

(■r.a.t of California to -Manka. 

Sehimrnrlm lurlanoitnmHn EiKcnmiiun A. ElgeDmann, Proc Cal. Ac. So). (S), 

111, mx), 1", P.iiiil Luiua, iiPiir Sau Diego. CatifbniiB. 



2227. B«baBtodBB raberrlmoa Cramer. Rtd BoekfUk; Tambvr. 
Pacific Coast of America, from flan Dieffo to Pngst Sonnd. 
. StbatUdf^ Toberrimm .Cramer, Proe. Cal. Ao. Sol 188S, 607, pla. 82, 6S, Mid 

69, Monterey, .California. 

2328. B«baBtodea oonatallatiiB (.Jordan A. Gilbert). SpolM Sadcfiti. 
.• Coast of Oalifbraia, from San Diego to San PraDciaco. 
, . - • Selmfliclilkin eamtellaliu Jordan & Gilbert, Pnio, U. 8. Nat. Mua. 1880, 286, 

Santu llarbara Channel; Snn Francisco. 

2229. SebaatodBB umbroaaa (Jonlitn & Gilbert). 

Coast ofCalironiin. I'oint (~oucf|>ti()ii lo Coninado Islands. 
S>ba>l<ihll,vi umhrotiit Jordan Jk Gilbert, I'roc. U. 8. Nat. Mna. 1882, 410, 
Siintu Itarbnra. 

2230. Sebaatodes rosacetis (Girard). Coriair. 

Pacific Coast nf lliiitwl State's, from San Diego to Ran Franciaeo. 

Sfbaiifi ritare-i- (UTan\, I'roc. Ac. Nut. »ci. Phila., viii, 1854, 146, San Diego, 

2231. Bebaatodea ajTeall Gilbert & Cramer. 
Coast of Bunthprn California at Corto7 Banks, npor Sun Diego. 
Stb<ulmlrA avt'ii Gilbert A; Craii.ir, Proe. U, S. Nat, Mua, 1896, Cortea 

Jtaoka, ucar San Diego, Cali(um\a. 



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2232. Sebastodes rhodochloris (Jordan & Gilbert). FlyHeh, 

Off Monterey and San Francisco. 

SehasHchthya rhodochloris Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 144, 
Monterey. 

2233. Sebastodes eos Eigenmann <& Eigenmann. ■ • ^ ^' ■> 

Coast of California at Point Loma, near San Diego. 

Sebastodes eos Eigenmann Sl Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., 18, 1890, Point 
Loma, near San Diego, California. 

2234. Sebastodes gillii Eigenmann & Eigenmann. 

Coast of California at Point Loma, near San Diego. 

Sebastodes gillii Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Am. Nat., February, 1891, 154, 
Point Loma, near San Diego, California. 

2235. Sebastodes chlorostictus (Jordan & Gilbert). Pesca Vermiglia. 

San Diego ; Monterey ; San Francisco. 

Sebastichthys chlorostictus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 294, 
Monterey, California. 

2236. Sebastodes mpestris (Gilbert). 

Coast of California about the Santa Barbara Islands. 

Sebastichthys rupestris Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 76, Santa Barbara 
Islands, at Albatross Station 2946, in 150 fathoms. 

8nbff«nni H18PAlfI8CU8 Jordan A ErermanB. 
Hispaniscus Jordan & Evermann, new subgenus (rubrivinctus), 

2237. Sebastodes sinensis (Gilbert). 

Gulf of California. 

Sebastichthys sinensis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 81, Gulf of Califor- 
nia, at Albatross Station 3015, in 145 fathoms. 

2238. Sebastodes sacentrtia (Gilbert). 

Coast of California. 

Sebastichthys zacentrus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 77, Santa Barbara 
Islands, at Albatross Stations 2893 and 2946, in 145 and 150 fathoms. 

2239. Sebastodes elongatus (Ayres). Beina. 

California coast, from San Diego to San Francisco. 

Sebastes elongatus Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., ii, 1859, 26, fig. 9, San Francisco. 

2240. Sebastodes levis (Eigenmann &. Eigenmann). 

Coast of California, from San Diej^o to Monterey. 

Sebastichthys leris Eigenmann & Eij^enmann, Notes from the San Diego Biol. 
Lab., 1, 6, 1889, San Diego, California. 

2241. Sebastodes nzbrlvinctus (Jordan &, Gilbert). Spanish Flag. 

California coast, from San Diego to Monterey. 

Sebastichthys rubrivinctus Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 291, 
Santa Barbara Channel. 

Sabgemit AUCT08PINA ElffeamaiiB A Beeioa. 
Auctospina Eigenmann <& Beeson, Am. Nat. 1893, 670 (auriculatus), 

2242. Sebastodes auriculatus (Girard). Brown Rockfish, 

Pacific Coast of America, from Cape Mendocino to Cerros Island. 
Sebastes auriculatua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 131, 146, San Fran- 
cisco. 

2242a. Sebastodes ^auriculatus dallii (Eigenmann &, Beeson). 

Pacific Coast of America, from San Francisco to Puget Sound. 
Pteropodus dallii Eigenmann &. Beeson, Amer. Nat., January, 1894, 66, San 
Francisco. 

Snbgennt PTEB0P0DU8 ElgeamanB A Beetoa. 
Pteropodus Eigenmann & Beeson, Am. Nat. 1893, 670 (maliger). 

2243. Sebastodes rastrelliger (Jordan <& Gilbert). Grass Rookfish, 

California coast, from San Diego to San Francisco. 

Sebastichthys rastrelliger Jordan & Gilbeit, PTWi,\3.%.^B^».'»x^^.\^8«i,'a^^ 
Monterey, 



45*2 REPORT OF COMMIPSION-KK cTk FI«H AND FISHEHIIIS. 

23M. BabaatodsB oaurinu* (Kii'liiirilMiii)- 

Pacific CoMi of Aaieriea. fVoiii Pug«t »< 



2345 SebaBtodei vexUlarla (JunUii A Ollbvrt). 
I. frum Hun llitfgo tu Mroilw 



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2246. SebastodM mallgeT (Junlun <IL (Jillxiril. yrtline-liar.inl Uock/Uk. 
I'lieiflo CuiMt uf America, fruiu Muaterey lu Sitka. 
Stbailichthv* maligfT Junlau A Uilberl. Ptoc. U. a Nal. Mat. UWO. 3a3,8«i> 

KrauciMco. 

2247 BebastodcB gUb«rti (-nuiier, 
Co4ixt cif irullfuruiii. 
Srbatiodrt ffitbtrii (TamtT. True. Cal. An. eiei. IfflW.MI. wHli {i In to, Sou I'nui- 

224B. Sebaatodea oarnatua (.turdaii & Gilb«r(), Flnh-evlornl Soetjtth. 
(^alifiiruiit cDUHt, frum Sun Di<w> tu Saii Kritiiciaai. 

A'biKriphlAj/fnirixKr'i.tortlau A liitbert.Pruc.U. S. Kat. Una. I8S0. TS, Mod- 
torpy, CsliliirDia. 

2249. &«ba«todea ohryaomelaa (JunloD A flUliert). Hlacli-aiiit-srllov Roftflili. 

I'aKilK' ('oiLBt of AnwHca, fixim I'ligot Soiiiid to Man Dlutcn- 
Siba>ti'litliyii ehrgeomtlaa .lordrvu A Gilbert, Proo. U. H. Nat.Mua. 18W. t£5, 
165. Moi]t«r><y, Cnlifuruia. 

2250. Bebaatodea nebuloau* (Ayrea). Vrllaie-tpollfil Hoflffiik. 

I'atilic roost. VancouvBt Ulanil to Puinti Canni>lloii, 

SubaiUt nebalotui Ayre«, Pruo. Cftl. &<:, Hei, I. lUM, 9, San FnanoiMm. 



2251. SeboBtodea aerricapB (Jonluu & Gilbert). Trtrjitli. 

I'diiat «t Cnllforuiii, from Puipt Kpyes to Corroa Island. 
fiebatlichthjit ftrricepi Jordiiu A Gilbert, ProP. I'. S. Nut. Mon. I«W, 3«, HmIa 
Bnrl'iim &iiU SumIu Ciitulinu Ulanda, L'Alifnmia. 

2252. Sabaatodes nlsroolnctna (Ayrea). Blaeibanded Bodcfl$k. 

PaoiUc Coaat of America, from Hooterej tu VutconTer laluid. 

Stbaitet ni^odueliu Ayrea, Ptoc. Cftl. Ao. Sci. U, 1860, 2ti, 217, flg. 8, Bko 



QaBu 689. SKBUTOPfH OUL 
Sabattopii* Gill, Proa. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhiU. 1862, 278 (jtelfUpU). 

2253, Sebaatopsia zyiis Jordan A^ Gilbert. 

\Ve8tr..astof Mexin.. 

&-fra>(ofi>i> zyris .lonlun it Gilhi-rl. Proc. U. S. Nat. Moi. 1882, 309, Cape San 
Liicns. I.on-er Californin. 

Oaniu 690. HELIOOLEHUB Oooda * Bean. * 

Htlifolnni ('■ooi]v & BeoD, Oceanic ichthyology, 2i8,lBa(Hdai^lopltrw»). 

2254. Belicolenus dactylaptema (I)e lit Roohiv). Srram Imperial; FaiegtU; C«r- 

donniera; flfor/aniiili; Fanal; I'rabra. 
Deep watet-n of Atlantic Coiuit from Narrni^ansett to C'bti8ap«ake fiay. 
.S™rp..Ba ./.ic(y;«f>(ero Do 1.1 Kotlie. Ann. Mub., Xlll, 1809, pl.22, fig.a, ItIcs, 

Barcoloutt. 

3355. Helicolenua maderenaia Goodc & Bean. Boca Xegra; Fai if« Gala. 
Koateni masl nf I'niteil Stales, froni %«« \i>iV. \.q Ck^ WaMxna. 



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OmoM 691. 8C0RPJE1TA (Artedi) Lizmfleuf. 
Soorpama Artedi^ in LinnseuB, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 266, 1758 (parcut). 

2256. Bcorpeena agassizii Goode & Bean. 

Mid-ocean east of Cuba. 

Scorpctna agassizii Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 247, fig. 243, 1896, latitude 
32^ 13' N., longitude 39° 10' W. 

2257. Scorpeena oristulata Goode & Beau. 

Atlantic Ocean, off coast of Georgia. « 

Scorpasna orietulata Goode & Bean, Oce. lohth., 247, fig. 242, 1896, off Georgia. 

2258. Boorpeentk brasiliensiB Cuvier <& Valenciennes. 

Atlantic Coast, ft'om Charleston to Rio Janeiro. 

Scorpcena branliensis Cuvier <& Valenciennee, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 306, 1829, 
Brazil. 

2259. Bcorpsena hlstrio Jenyns. 

Pacific Coast of America, Panama to Juan Fernandez; Galapagos Islands. 
Scarpcena hiatrio Jenyns, Voyage Beagle, Fishes, 35, pi. 8, 1842, Chatham 
Island, Galapagos Archipelago. 

2260. Bcorpsena pannosa Cramer. - 

Panama. 

Scorpffna pannata Cramer, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns., 1896, with plate, Panama. 

2261. Scorpsena guttata Girard. Scorpene; Scorpion; Soulpin, 

Coast of California, from Monterey to Ascension Island. 

Scorpiena guttata Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. 6ci. Phila. 1854, 145, Monterey. 

2262. Bcorpeena plumieri Bloch. Baacacio ; Poi$on Grouper, 

West Indies and Brazil, north to Florida. 

Scorpama plumieri Bloch, Nya. Handl. Stockh., x, 234, 1789, Martinique. 

2263. Scorpeena mystes Jordan &. Starks. iMpon. 

Coast of Mexico. 

Soorpama myatea Jordan & Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 491, pi. 52, Maz- 
atlan, Mexico. 

2264. ScorpsBna grandioomis Cuvier & Valenciennes. lAon-fiah; Poiaon Grouper, 

Florida Keys to Brazil. 

Scorpctna grandUsomia Cuvier <& Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 309, 1829, 
Martinique, Porto Rico, Havana, San Domingo. 

2265. Bcorpaona russula Jordan & Bollman. 

Pacific Coast of Colombia. 

Scopana ruaaula Jordan &. Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 165, Pacific 
Coast of Colombia. 

2266. Boorpasna aonoraB Jenkins & Evermaun. 

Guaymas, Gulf of California, and Santa Margarita Island. 
Scorperna aonora: Jenkins & Evermanii, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 150, Guay- 
mas, Sonora. 

2267 fiksorpesna inermis Cuvier & Valenciennes. 

West Indies, north to Florida. 

Scorpama inermia Cuvier &. Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 311, 1829, 
Martinique. 

0«iiiit 682. PtfHTlHUB Poey. 

Pontinua Poey, Memorias, ii, 172, 1860 (caator). 

2268. Pontinas maorolepis Goode &. Bean. 

Yucatan. 

Pontinua macrolepia Goode & Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 257, fig. 247, 1896, off 
Yncatan. 

2269. Pontintis castor Poey. 

Havana. 

Pontinua castor Poey, Memorias, ii, 173, 1860, Havana. 

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2270. Pontinus pollux Poey. 

Havana. 

PontinuB pollujc Poey, Memorias, ii, 174, 1860, HaTanft. 

2271. Pontinus ratbbuni Goode & Bean. 

Coast of North Carolina. 

Pontinua rathbuni Goode <& Bean, Ocean. lohth., 255, fig. 245^ 1896, off Cap« 
Hatteras. 

2272. Pontinus longispinis Goode & Bean. 

Coast of western Florida. 

Pontinus hngittpinie Goode & Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 258, fig. 246, 1886; west 
coast of Florida, lat. 28'* 36' N., long. 85<) 33' 30" W., Id 111 DaihooM. 

2273. Pontinus sierra (Gilbert). 

Gulf of Talifornia. 

Scorpnena {Sebaetoplus) sierra Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mna. 1890^ 82L Gnlf of 
California, at Albatross Stations 2996 and 3011 in 112 and 71 iktboma. 

OeniiB 698. BETARCHES Johnson. 
Setarches Johnson, Proc. Zoo]. Soc. Lond. 1862, 177 (gMntkeri). 

2274. Setarches parmatus Goode. 

Coasts of Rhode Island, North Carolina, and western Florida, in deep water. 
Setarches parmatus Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas., iii, 1880, 480, off ecMSi of 
Rhode Island. 

Family CTiXXTlT. HEXAORABfBCIDJB. 

GeniiB 694. FLEUBOORAKMVB Gill. Atka Mackerels. 

Pleurogrammus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 166 (M^Mpearffiau). 

2275. Pleurogrammus monopterygius (Pallas). Atka Mackerel. 

North Pacific abont Atka and other of the Aleutian Islands. 
Labrax manopteryffius Pallas, M6m, Ac. Sci. St. Petersb., ii, 1810, 991, 
Unalaska. 

Oena8 695. HEXAORAMMOS Bteller. 

Iltxagrammon Steller, in Tilesius, Act. Ac. Petrop., ii, 335, 1810 {aeper), 

2276. HexagrammoB decagranunus (Pallas). Uock^roui ; Boregat ; Bodieron. 

North Pacific, from Point Conception to southern Alaska. 
iMhrax drcagrammus Pallas, M<5m. Ac. Petersb., Ii, 1810, 386, pi. 22, fig. 2, 
Elias Bay. 

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2277. HexagrammoB ac^^er Bean. 

Coast of Alaska/ 

Ucjcagrammua ftaber Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1881, 154, coast of Alaska. 

2278. HexagrammoB hexagrammus Pallas. Starling. ^TEZ-Lt ^' 

Pacific Coast of Tnitcd States, from Unnlaska to San Francisco. 

Lahrux hiXiujinmmna PalhiH, M<ni. Ac. Petersb., ii, 395, pi. 23, fig. 3, 1^10, 

Kaiiicliatka. 

2279. Hexagrammos opJinatus (Cope). • !*"\ "^T KP\A\ Vi\V>l' 

Coast of Alasik^. 

Chiriifi ordifKUns ( 'ope, Proc. ^yiiier. Philos. Soc. Phila. 1873, 28, Unalaska. 

2280. Hexagrammos jf^^CTT^iUer^ ^ Jied Uock-irout. f f f^^* \ k \ 5 l" *^ 

Alaska to Montcrev. 

Uejcaijrammofi nuper Stiller, in TilcHius, Act. Ac. Petrop., ii, 340, 1810, Port 
Peter ami I'aul. Kamchatka. 

2281. Hexagrammos octogrammus (Pallas). 

About Kamchatka and Aleutian Islands. 

Labrax ortot/ramiiniH Pallas. Zoojjr. Kosso-Asiat., ill, 283, 1811, Kamchatka 
and Aleutian Islands; doubt 1\\V avev:\©a. 



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Genm 696. GRAKMATOPLEUBTTB Gill. - 

Grammatophurus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Set. Phila. 1B61, 166 (lagocephalun), 

2282. Grammatopleurus lagocephalus (Pallas). 

Kuril Islands. 

Ldbrax lagocephalus Pallas, M6m. Ac. Petersb., ii, 384, 1810, Kuril Islands; 
doubtful species. 

OenuB 697. OPHIODON Giraid. 

Ophiodon Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 133 {elongatus). 

2283. Ophiodon elongatys Girard. Cultua-cod; Blue-cod; Buffalo-cod; Ling, 

Pacific Coast from Alaska to Santa Barbara. 

Ophiodon elongatus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 133, San Francisco. 

OenuB 698. SSANIOUEPIS Girard. 
Zaniolepia Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1857, 202 (latipinnU), 

2284. Zaniolepia latipinnia Girard. 

Coast of California, fh>m San Francisco northward. 

Zaniolepia laiipinnis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1857, 202. Fort Steila- 
coom, Puget Sound. 

2285. Zaniolepia frenatus Eigenmann. >> j,^,JLv'<JL^^ 

Shore banks of southern California. ^"^^c^/^^^ 

Zaniolepia frenatus Eigenmann, West American Scientist, November 9, 1889, 
10, Cortez Banks, off San Diego. 

OenuB 699. OZYLEBXUB Gill. 

Oxylebiua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 277 (jHotua). 

2286. Oxylebius pictus Gill. 

From Monterey northward to Puget Sound. 

Oxylebiua pictua Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 277, California, no definite 
locality given. 

OenuB 700. SBIIXPIS Gill. 
Erilepia Gill, Science, January 26, 1894, 54 {zonifer), 

2287. Erilepia zoniler (Lockington). 

Monterey Bay, California. 

Myriolepia zonifer Lockington, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 248, Monterey Bay. 

Genus 701. A90PLDP0MA Ayres. 
Anoplopoma Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1859, 27 {merlangua=flmbria). 

2288. Anoplopoma fimbria (Pallas). Beahow; Coal-fish, 2fjJL > 

Monterey to Alaska. 

Goduafimltria Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., iii, 200, 1811, no definite locality, 
probably l^e Aleutian Islands. 

CLXXX. Family COTTIDiB. The Bcolpina. 

Genus 702. JOBDAHIA Btarki. 
Jordania Starks, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1895, 410 (zonope), 

2289. Jordania zonope Starks. 

Puget Sound. 

Jordania zonope Starks, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1895, 410, Port Orchard, 
Puget Sound. 

Genus 708. PABIGELUnTS Eigenmann ft Eigenmann. 

Farioelinua PMgenmann & Eigenmann, West American Scientist, Novem- 
ber 8, 1889, 131 (hoplitioua). 

2290. Paricelinus hopliticus Eigenmann &, Eigenmann. 

Cortez Banks, off San Diego, California. 

Far* '*ioua Eigenmann &. Eigenmann, West American Scientist, 

131; Cortez Banks, California, 



436 KEPOBT OF COHMIttSIONEK OP PISH AND FIBRERTRS. 

3291. PBTloeUnna tbobunil GUbfltL. 
Cowt of UruguQ. 

7'ariMJj»«i IhabarHi (iilbrrt, Kept. V. S. FUh Cm, 18 
'J. Alb&troHH SUtloii 3S&0. on omtMl of Qragua. in 

0«iuu T04. BOOEPiSiriCHTHYS Qitard. 
Satrpa-KKhihg* (arurd, Ptoc. Au. Nut. Sci. Phllu. ISM, 131 (awrnorata*). 
2392. Scorpcenlcbtbja marmoratit* (Ayroa), t'ab*ionn, 

Pacillo Coiuit of Auierii'jt from Pnaft Sonnil to Una I>l«|to* 
UtmilrlpUTiii marv\ornl«ii Ayiea. Proc. ('nl. Ac. Sci. IKM, i, Sau Knmeiava. 



OsDui TOS. CHTTOROrnB Loekiivton. 

CAJluRofHi' Lookiogtoii, Prui'. U. 8. Nut. Man. 1881. Ut {negaoipiiAltu). 
2393. Chltoaotua pugsteDala IStnindnobiirr). 
PnBel Soniiil. ._ 

Artediun pttgttm,ii Ml^ilbd.ichucr, Ii^litb. Uoitr., v, 1:GI, pi. 14. Kg, -J, lflT6. [>ll)(«t 



I. lljl»6,2:iB(;iraaw«l«a«). 

3394. Tarasdichtbjra cavUtoiia (I'ilbert). 

CoMt of BootUi-rii Cttlifoniiii. 

IrelinHi fari/ron» Utlbott. l-roc. L'. S, .Nat. Miia. II 
iBlainiB, ut Albiitroaa Statious 2907 and 3)i45, i 

3395. TarancUcbtbjra fiUmentoana (liilliert). 

Coaat of uoatheiTi Califoniia. 

Utlitiut Jilaaiailotiit fiilbert, Proc. V. S. Nat. Mqb. imt. m, off SuiitA Harliara 
Ulanibt, nt Albatiuaa StatiuDB 3»93 and 3959, in liTi hdiI .^•0 falhoma. 

3396. Taraodiobthra teaxsla (Gilbert). 

Cooot »f soDlhem Califoniia. 

/celln«« lenuii Gilbert, IToc. V. S, Nat. Mus. 18»0. 86. ufl' Aaiila Barlmra 
Ittlaade, ut Atbutrow Statinna 2893, 2946, and oihen. iii 15 U< laotjitboiua. 

0«nu TOT. IdZLDTDB Jodan. 
foeUau Jordan, Cat. FUh. N. A., 110, 1H85 iqnadrUeriatmt). 
2297. loellmu fimbiUtiia Gilbert. 
Bon them California. 

ledinui Jimbrialvi Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat Una. ISBO, 81. off SanU B«rbMr« 
laUuda, at Albatroaa HtaUona 2893 and 39T5, in 146 and 38 &thonw. 

3398. loallnoB ocnlatna Gilbert. 
Sonthem Califomia. 

fotlinNj oculatm Gilbert, Proa. U.S. Nat Una. 1899, 87, off SanU Barbara 
lalandB, at Albatroaa Station 2935, in 134 fathoms. 
3299. loeUnna borealla Gilbert. 

Coaat of Alaika, north and aoath of Aleutian lalanda, anil iii Briatol Bay. 

■ '- - ionaJii. Gilbert.Kept.tr.S,Pi«h Com,1893 (18!)6).415.pl.2- "' 

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I lBli.nilH anil Bristol Hay, ut AlliatroM Statioua 3213, 3214, and 
utIierH, iD 11 to 121 fathouis. 

3300. Io«lliitia qaadrlaerlatua (Liirkiiigtou). 

Off Sbq Pruurixco, betneea Point Iteyea tind Golden Gate. 

Jrledtui iiaadrutHala, Loc:kiDgtoD. Proc. U. S. Nat. Maa. 1879, 330. off San 

0«oai70S. ABTBOLTTES Jordan * Starki. 
Mtrolnte, JotUbd &. StarkB, Proo. Cul. Ac. Kci. 1896, 807 (Jmeilralu). 

3301. Aatrol jtea notoapilotua (Girard). 

Coast of California from .Strait* of Kuoa Houtbward: abundant at Santa 

Barbara and Pufiet Son nil. 
Arltdiui nolaxpilulut Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 134, Tomalea Bay, 

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2302. Astrolytes fenestrmlU (Jordan & Qilbeit). 

Paget Soand. 

ArtediuB /ene9tfU9 Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. S. N. M. 18S2, 678, Pnget Sound. 

G«niu700. ABTBDIU8 Oirard. 
Art€diH8 Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhUa. 1856, 134 (ImteflU). 

2303. Artadius lateralis (Girard). 

Pacific Coast of North America, fh>m Pnget Sound to San Luis Obispo. 
SeorpanichthjfB lateralis Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 145, S«^ Luis 
Obiapo, California. 

Oeniis 710. ABTBDISLLU8 Joriaa. 

AriedieUus Jordan, Cat. Fisb. N. A., 110. 1885 (uncinaiM), 

2304 ArtedieUua nnoSnataa (Reinhardt). 

Arctic Europe we«t to Greenland. 

CoUti8 mnein€iM9 Reinhardt, Vid. Selsk. Natur. Math. Afh. 1883, 44. 

2305. ArtedieUua atlantiooa Jordan & Kvermann. • . 

Labrador to Cape Cod. 

AriedielluB atlanticui Jordma &. Evermann, Fitbee North and Middle America, 
1896, MaasacbuaettB Bay. ' , 

2306. ArtedieUua paoificua Gilbert. ' ^ . • ^ t. ' 7 • •• 

Coast of Alaska; in Bristol Bay, south of Sannak Island, and north of 

ArtedUllHB pakflcm$ Gilbert, Rept. U. 8. Fiah Com. 1893 (1896), 416, Unalaska, 
Sannak, Bristol Bay, at Albatross Station 3216, south of Sannak Island, 
many other stations in Bristol Bay, and station 3323 north of Unalaska, 
in 8 to 61 fathoms. 

GeniiB 711. BUSCABIUS Jordan 4 ftaiks. 
Ru9cariu9 Jordan &, Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. S<'i. 1895, 805 (meanyi). 

2307. Rosoarius meanyl Jordan & Starks. 

Paget Sound, at Port Orchard, near Seattle. 

Ru9eaHu$ SMoayi Jordan & Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 805, pi. 80, Port 
Orchard, Puget Sound. 

Oenns 719. RABTRIinJB Jordan ft Svenaaim. 
Roitrintts Jordan & Evermann, new genus (teutiger). 

2306. Raatrinus soutiger (Bean). 

South of the Alaskan Peninsula. 

Ie€lu9 9cutiger Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 41, Trinity Islands, Alaska, 
at Albatross Station 2853, in 159 fathoms. 

OeniiB 718. ICELU8 Krojsr. 
JoeluB Kroyer, Natur. Tidsskr., i, 253, 1845 {kawuiiMa). 

2309. loeloa bioomis (Reinhardt). 

Arctic seas, circumpolar; Spitzbergen to northern Russia, Finland, Alaska, 

Greenland, Labrador, and Cape Cod. 
Coitma hicarnU Reinhardt, Vid. Selsk. Natur. og Math. Afh., viii, lxxv, 

Greenland. 

2310. loeloa qiiniger GUbert. 

Coast of Alaska, in the vicinity of Unalaska Island and in Bristol Bay. 
Ieelu9 apiniger GUbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 406, pi. 24. fig. 1, 

Bristol Bay and Unalaska, at Albatross Stations 3216, 3223, and many 

others, in 17 to 121 fathoms. 

2311. loelns eorfops Bean. 

Bering Sea, off Trinity Islands. 

Icelu$ euryopi Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 41, off Trinity Islands, at 
Albatross Station 2853, in 159 fathoms. 

2312. loelus vioinalis Gilbert. 

Bristol Bay, Alaska. 

IceluB vicimalie Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 413, Bristol Bay 
at Albatross SUtions TOU, 3330, 3331, and 3332, in 109 to 406 fathoms. 



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438 REPORT OP COMMIS9TONER OF FIBH AND FraHERntS. 

3313. Ic«lus canaliculatuB Ciilbfrt. 

liorinjt Sua. uortb of UiiitlMkn. 
* Jceluf cannlinuMuf Giltwrt, Etflpt. U. 8. Fisb Com. IHKt (1896). 113, pi. 34. fi«. 

2, off Unalusks, at Alb&truM i^Ution 33X0, in Xltl ruUiuuiii. 

2314. loelus austrolls EigeDmann & Eigeumann. 
Cortex Hanks, oil Snn Difgo. 

/celii* aatlralU Ei){eniuiian * Eieeumann, Wcit Amor, 8d. 1889, 131, L'ort** 
Itaaks, California. 



B. IMtM), rW (luprfltH*). 



9315i RaduliDttBaspTelluafiLlliert. 



it of (trcf^on aii<l Wasliington. uni] ia Pugct Sonoit. 
JfudnliiiH* lupreUut Gillxirt, Pruo. U.S. Nkt. Mnn. 1B!)0, 6 
WaiihingtoD, at AHiatroan StatiuoB 3046. 30&T, und o 
fathoms . 



iir. Moth, Alh,. V, LIT (pinsriii. 

2316. Trislopa xenbBt«tbu* Cilbnrt. 

BcriDK Sen, nurtli of Unnlaxkii laland. 

Triflopf anoaMhiia GUhert, Ropl. U. 8. Fiah Com. 1803(1806), 4 
ag.2, uortli [if Uoalaaku, at Aibfttrusa station 322(1, in 3* iWth 

2317, Tilglopa pingell Reiaharilt. 

Nortb Atlantic, from Spitzbergen and wvatcfu Norway to (Jriwi 

Boiitti to Capu Cm] Mud L'briitiunsiiiiit, 
Trii/lopi pingtli Keiohardt, Vid. Selak. Natur,, v, lii. 



_ _14T. 

J-rigloyt AraniGilbort, Rrpt. 11. 8. Kiah Com, 1MI3 (I^M), 426, pt. 28, tm.l, 
AlDUtiiin Islands aud IlrUtol Bay, at Albatroaa ^tatioos 3214, SnT, 

mid iiiuuj iilbyrH, iu 71 to V2 fntboms. 

2319. Triclopa aoeptlciui Gilbert. 

Aleatiaa Islands, sooth of Sannak and north of Uoalaaka IiUod. 
Triglopt unptUu, Gilben, R«pt. U, 8. Fiah. Com. 1893 (1896),428,pLS8,flc.% 
Aleatiaa Islaads, at Albatroaa Stotiona 3S15, 3223, u)d othm, in tf to 



Gbds T18. PSIOm 

PHoaufiMi Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Una. 1883, SU (moocIIm). 

2330. Prloalatiiu macellaa Bean. 

British Columbia, tn Carter Bay. 

/■nosMiJH- mactliat Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Una. 1883, 3!», Carter Ba;, Brltiab 

Oenoi 717. ELANHRA Gilbert. 

y.layiiira Gilbert, Kept. U. S. Fish Co[i>. 1893 (1896), 429 {/orficata). 
2321. Elauura torGcata Gilbert. 

Alentian lalaoda, Boiitb of Sannak and nnrth of I'nfmak Island. 

l; „ foTJiiuita Gilbert, Kept. U, S. Fish Com. 18113 ( 1896), 430, pi. 30, fig, 1, 

' ' '- Stations 3213,32»,»ud 3222,in SSIoSO 

1879, 354 ipapUio). 
3322. Melletea papilio Ileaii. 

Aleutian Islands. 
^^^^tOtUt papilio Itean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mob. 1879, 351, St. Paul laland, AlMk*. 




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Omu 719. HKIIII.KKllWrUB Ca^er. 
Hemilepidohu Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, n, 165, 1829 ihemilepidohu), 

2323. Hemilepidotus hemUepidottis (Tilesios). 

Alaska to San Francisco: abnndant in Puget Sound. 

Coitus kemilepidotMB Tilcsius, M^m. Ac. Pdtersb., in, 1810, 262, Sea of Okhotsk. 

2324. Hemilepidotua jordani Bean. « . 

Alaska; Unalaska. Clu%v^W' 

Hemil^pidotMjordani Bean, Proc.^U. S. Nat. Muh. 1881, 153, Unalaska. 

Osoiis 780. CALTCILKPIDOTUB Ajrw. 

CaljfdUpidotus Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., i, 1855, 76 (epinoaus). 

2325. Calycilepidotas apinoaaa Ayres. 

Coast of California; known only from abont Monterey an* Ran Francisco. 
Caljfcilepidoius 9ptno9ua Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., i, 1855, 7b, ban ]?>ancisco. 

O«oiis721. XH0PHBT8 Swaiason. 
Enophrys Swainson, Classn. Fish., ii, 271, 1839 (clatiger). 

Sabfeiit ASPICOTTCS QlnH. 

AspiooUus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1854, 130 {Uton), 

2326. Bnophrya blaon (Girard). 

San Francisco to Alaska; abnndant about Pnget Sonnd. 

AspicottuM hUan Girard, Proc. Ac Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 130, Fort Steilacoom. 

Sabfeaat BX0PHBT8 SwstoMa. 

2327. Bnophrya olaviger (Cnvier Sl Valenciennes). 

Bering Sea. 

Cottua elavigmr Cnrier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 195, 1829, 
Kamchatka. 

OsoasTSS. CSKAXOOOTniS GilL 
Ceraio€ottu$ Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 165 (dioeraua), 

2328. Ceratooottna diceraua (Pallas). 

Alaska and Kamchatka. 

CoUu$ di$cerau$ Pallas, Not. Act. PetropoL, 1783, 354, pi. 10, fig. 7, Petropaol- 
ski, Kamchatka. 

Osoas 78S. OOTTUB (Artsdi) UaamnM. Miller's Thumbs, 
Coitus Linnsns, Syst. Nat. , ed. x, 264, 1758 {goHo). ^ 

8«bf»sai PKGBDICTI8 BslMtqat. (p|^>MA>r«r«^^ 

Pegedieiis Raflnesqoe, Ichth. Ohiensis, ^, 1820 {ietalops), 

2329. Cottua aaper Richardson. Primly Bullhead, 

Streams of the Cascade Range, from Vancouver Island to Oregon. 
Coitus asper Richardson, Fauna Bor.-Amer., Fish., 295, 1836, Coiambia River 
at Fort Vancoaver. 

2330. Cottua guloaua (Girard). 

Streams of the Coast Range in California, sonth to Point Conception. 
Cotiopsis gulosus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 129, San Mateo Creek 
and San Joaquin River, California. 

2331. Cottua rhotheua (Rosa Smith). 

Hangman Creek, Tekoa, Washington, and elsewhere in Columbia Kiver 

basin. 
Uranidea rhothea Rosa Smith, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 347, Spokane Falls, 

Washington. 

2332. Cottua ahasta Jordan Sl Starks. 

Upper Sacramento Basio, about Mount Shasta. 

Coitus Shasta Jordan &, Starks. Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 224, McCloud River, 
Baird, Shasta County, California. 



440 REPORT OF COHHI^BtONEB OF FIBR AND PfSBEBlSB. 

2333. Cottua aemiHcaber (Cope). Bwkj/ Jfi>H>((aiH iiuttk*«d. 

Hooky Moiintaiu rrgiou iu clear streauiit on both hIiiihik; ulinoilaiit In C«l> 
orado, uorlhem New Mexico, Wyumlag, MoDlaiia, Iduhu, I 'tab, p»at«ni 
WaaUin^n, aLd Dreeon. i 

Colloprit lemiicalirr L'ojie, Tlaydeu Univ. Moiil,, 1871, 470, Fort Hall, Idabw. J 

3334. Cottasptmctulatna((illl). ' 

llniiilwatcrs nf (ireeD Ifirer, Wvoming. 

rotamotoiiu. p,,nelMlala$ Gill, Proo. Botf. H™. Nat. Itixt.. vni, IWl. AO^ ' 
ItritlgBT Paas, Wf oming. "^ ' I 

2335. CottaBloulopa(Ratl[ioimne). .Viller'i Thumb: Blob: MaMe-Jaie; lliiltkmi: 

Spring J.h. 
Middle and Nnrthem l^tnto*, east of the Dakotati and Neliriiaka, nontliward 

along the Alleghanin* to Niirth Caroliaa and nortbern Alatinma. 
Ptgedictii Utalop* Kaflnewiiie, Ichth. Ohienats, 86, 1820, ipriiig near l.otlii{(> 

ton, Kentnoky. i 



3336. Cottnatlcel (N'elaoD). 

Labu Hiohigan, near Evanalon, Illinois. 

Coltopni Kmi N«l»an, BuU. III. Mui. Nat. Hist., 40. tS76. Lake Michigan at J 

""°° 1 

HibniK t'OTTCH (trtKilli Llii»k>. ■ 

2S3T Cottua onyohua Rigoiimauu & RigeuiuBiin. 1 

Saakatuhewaii Basin. * \ 

CpHm oaj<A«. Kigon 

Bi*er, at Calgu 

TBTritory, 

3336. Cottua pollloails (Jordan Oi ifillwrti. 
l.ukE Mialtii-an. 

rraRidfa poUirarit .lordon A (Jill.erl, Hnw. II. S. Nat. Mi.a. 1882. 22ii. I.ako 
Michigaii. off Rariue. IViBcmiaiu, 

3339. Cottna cognatna Kichardaon. Grtal Bear Lait Bttllkrad. 

Great Bear totke. Britiah America. 

Cottua osfaatu RlchardaoD, Fannn Bor.-Amer., tii. 10, 1836, (ireat bear Lake. 

3340. Cottua |>«rpl«xiu Gilbert Sc Evermann. 

Skooknmchnok and Newanknm Tivers, neur Cbehalis, WMbington. 
Cot(a*p«TjtIuiuGilbert&.Kvermann,BQll. U.S. Kiab Com. 18M,202, pi. 21), 
Ag. 1, Skookninohuok Biver, uear Cbehalis, WaDbingtoo. 

3341. Cottna alentioaa Gilbert. 

iverl 

rt. Rupt. U. S. Fish Coi 
I uaJasKH; amo lu Dejiurtitn- Bi 

3342. Cottus mloutOB I'nllaH. 

Island of Talck, near Tanisk, S«a ol 
Cotlut minulut PuUas, Zoogr. Rosso 
orokbulsk. 

3343. Cottua beldlngl Ei)i;enniniin &. T.igei 

Streams of C»liiDiI>i:t Riv^r hnitin, w 
of iliu C;i8i'.-i<l?s and iu LakH Ta 
Cnttiii hrliUngi Kigi 



2344. Cottua pbilonipa Eigenmann .1 Kigenniann. 
<'oliimbia River liaain at Field, Britisli Colui 
Cali«' iihiloHtiit Eijcenmanu & li^i^unmunu, \ 
iiifi lloraei HivuT, Field, Btiliati Co\uin\it< 






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2345. CottUB annae Jordan & Starks. 

Eagle River, a tributary of Grand River, Colorado, Colorado River basin. 
Coitus annw Jordan & Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 223, Eagle River at 
Gypsum, Colorado. 

2346. CottUB Bpilotus (Cope). 

Grand Rapids, on tbe Grand River, which Hows into Lake Michigan. 
Uranidea ttpUota Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 182, Grand River at 
Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

2347. CottUB leiopomus Gilbert & Evermann. 

Wood River, Shoshone, Idaho. 

Coitus leiopomu9 Gilbert dc Evermann, Bull. (J. S. Fish Com. 1894, 203, pi. 20, 
fig. 2, Wood River, Shoshone, Idaho. 

Oenu 724. URANIDEA DeXay. ^ Co My^ ' 

Uramdea DeKay, New York Fauna: FHrii^^l, 1842 (quie8oens=gracili9). 

2348. Uranidea bendirei (Bean). 

Walla Walla, Washington ; Rattlesnake Creek near Camp Harney, Oregon, 

and Goose Creek near Meadows, Idaho. 
Poiomacoitus bendirei Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 27, Rattlesnake 

Creek near Camp Harney, Oregon. 

2349. Uranidea marginata Bean. 

Tributaries of Walla Walla River, Washington. 

Uranidea marginata Bean, Proc. IT. S. Nat. Mns. 1881, 26, Walla Walla, 
Washington. 

2350. Uranidea franklini (Agassiz). 

Lake Superior. 

Coitus franklini Agassiz, Lake Superior, 903, 1850, north and east, shores of 
Lake Superior. 

2351. Uranidea kumlienii Hoy. 

Lake Michigan, in deep water. 

Uranidea kumlienii Hoy, in Nelson, Bull. 111. Mus. Nat. Hist., vol. 1, No. 1, 41, 
1876, Lake Michigan, in deep water. 

2352. Uranidea gracilis (Heckel). 

Streams of New England and New York ; recorded from tributaries of the 
Connecticut, Lake Champlain, Hudson, Delaware, and Susquehanna. 
• Coitus gracilis Heckel, Ann. Wien. Mus., ii, 1840, 148, New England. 

2353. Uranidea formosa (Girard). 

Lake Ontario, in deep water. 

Coitus formosus Girard, Monogr. Cott., 58, 1850, Lake Ontario, off Oswego, 
-in stomach of Loia maculosa, 

2354. Uranidea hoyi Putnam. 

Lake Michigan, in deep water. 

Uranidea hoyi Putnam, iu Nelson, Bull. 111. Mus. Nat. Hist., vol. 1, No. 1,41, 
1876, Lake Michigan, iu deep water. 

Oeniis725. ASOTB000TTU8 Henensteiii. 

Argyrocottus Herzenstein, Melanges Biol. Ac. Imp. Sci., xiii, 1892, 219, St. 
Petersburg (zanderi). ^ 

9355. ArgjrocottUB zanderi Herzenstein. 

Korsakow, Sakhalin. 

.ixgyrocottus zanderi Herzenstein, Melanges Biol. Ac. Imp. Sci., xiii, 1892, 
219, Korsakow, Sakhalin. 

Oenvs t26. ACAlTTHOOOmTS OirarcL Great Sculpina, 
AoanthooottuB Girard, Proc. Bost. Soo. Nat. Hist., in, 1849, 185 (grcenlandious), 

9356. AcanthocottUB aenena (Mitchill). Grubby, 

Coast of southern New England and New York. 

Coitus aneus Mitchill, Tirans. Lit. Phil. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, 880, Nqw Yoxk* 



442 REPORT OP COMMTSStOXER OF FISH AHD nSHKBIItd. 

S3S7. AcBuUiocottus octodBoimapinoBUS (Mitc)iill). Comtnon Sealplii ; Bifhtttm- 
tjnned fieHljiin. 
Atlantic Ciuut Roiith to Viri;iiijn; roniinoii, nortliwxrd. 
Vttlut otludtdmsiiitiotut .Mitchill. Trans. Lit. I'hll. Sou K. Y.. i. ISIA.SM, Kfw 
York. 
Z3S8. Acaiitli9et>ttQB pl8^ephalD^(l>Bltas). y 

Kau,Amtk.v / / ^ /'" 

CotlKt plaiyi-raf-alai I'attiu, /.oocr. Btuwo-AilBt., uf; 135, IMl, KuncLaikai 
iifter .SUlTer. -^ 

a359. AcaothooottuB acorpfoldea (Fabriciiu). 

An tlii rpi[i"ii» nf Aiiiwrion, (Jrm-nUrKt tn SllieriB 

Co(li.« »rorjnm'l>, hrtl.ri.nm, Fanuu (ini'nl., 167, HWK llr.^ulniHl. 

2360 AoantbooottUB acorpilla {LinnvUK). EaroptaH Sealpin. 

Moctbero Europe aail Arotir rneiouB, iiut roiniuuu itii onr roBBta; mconlad 
b; IJr. Liltkcu f^oiii the ^aUli-, KiuUti<l, 8)iitil>«tKOD. Kovk Zcubia, 
POiulii o{ EnulBiid Bud uurtlieni Aaia; alnu ttom EaH'.port, Huim. 
ColUit loorpim LiUDUiUH, HjM, Nat., txl. x, 26S, ITiS, io AUatilic Oceui off 
Eiirupct. 
2361. Acantbocottiu grnnlandictia {CDvior A. A'alttneiennm). Jiaddg Sealpiii. 

Nrw Yurk to Grcnnlanil : Bccanhng to Fitbrjctna it la nbnmlaiit in nil tbo 

biivH nnd inloteof (ireonluDil. 
roflui -arirnloNifK'uf Cuvior & Vii.uiic!«iio<w. tliat Nat. PoiM., iv, IIMJ, Ut2D, 
DO W'ulii.v givrn, prubublj- (inHitilunUi uft«r Fftbrioiiu. 

3363, Acantbocottus polyacantboceplialua (Pnllaa). 

Paget Snuuil to Alaska; very .ibnnd.int anrtbnaril. 



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2363. Acantbocottna liuinlliBi^eaul. ^ i 
CbamiHBu ItilBod. iioar/lieriuK Straita. "~ c' ^'^ ' 
CoHs- tiunilU BeaufProu. V. S. Nat. Mns.,iv. 1881, 119, Clianilsoa Islaod, 

llering Strait))/ 

2364, AcanthocottuB jaok (Citvler & Vnlonninnnea). 

Kamchatka. 

Collaijaok Cavlerdt ValeDcieoDes, Hist. Nat. Poiss.,IT, 172, 1829, Kainohatka. 

"^ ^-^^ Boreacoltiu Gill, PhwAoSatyfici.^i 1^859; 166 (oiHlaril). . 

336S. AoantbocottiiB Teimcoaua (Beao). 

Plover Bay, Siberia, near Beriog Straita. 

CollNi rrrrucafuaBiiaD, Proo. U. S.NM. Mas., iv, 1881, 152, Plover Baj, Siberia. 

2366. AcanthooottUB nlgei (Beao). 
• St. Paul Island, Bering Sea. 

CotlHi aiger Bean, Proc. U. S. N. M., iv, 1881, 151, St. Panl Island, Beriog Sea. 

3367. AcanthocottQB axiUaris (Gill). 
Bering StraitH. 
•luriu.-aiii-s >uill>in> (iill, Prw. Ac. Kat. Sti. Pbila. 1B59, 16t), Bering Straits. 

2368. Acautbocottue polarls (Sabini'). 

Kaxt Hi.to III' tbc- ix'tiitiHiilii of Duolliia. 
■ Cotlat pi'hirit Sniiine, Ap)H'U<lix Parry's Kirnt Voj-ane, ccxiil, 1819, north 

; (ii'orKiii; not n-cogtii/eil by ri'ceot wrileis, the gt'ueric relations 

uticuriiiin', Llitkeu i;ouii>arc« it with Icelut bicorvU, but it must be 
ditliTttit 

2369. AcanthocottuB quadrifllia ICill). 
I Boring StraitH. 

' / I'orocvttHt ijuadnjilit <iill. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 1<;6, Bering Straita. 

2370. AcanthocottuB sellaria (iilbtrt. 

Bristol Itnv. Aliiska. 
. V Acaiillio,oit,„ i,.llari> (Jill.ert. Kept. 1'. S. Kiah Com. 1893 (1896). 419, Bristol 

V^ ^^^^^ Bay, at Albatroaa Statiuna 3229, 3^31, and others, iu 5 to 17 TathMBB. 







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Genus 727. ZESTICELUS* Jordan it Erennann. 
Zesticelus Jordan & Evermann, new genns (profundorum), 

2371. ZeaticelUB profdndorum (Gilbert). 
Berincf Sea, north of Unaloska. 

Acanthocottus profundorum Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 423, 
pi. 26, fig. 1, Bering Sea, north of Unalaska, at Albatross Station 3329, in 
399 fathoms. 




Genus 728. ONCOCOTniS GUI. *:: 

Oncocottus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 13 (quadricomU). 

2372. Oncocottus labradoricus (Girard). .- t/uj^^t^ ^^^^^ fu^V^ * 

York Factory, Hndson Bay. ^ 

Acanthocottus labradoricus Girard, Bost. Jonr. Nat. Hist., vi, 1850, 247, York 
Factory, Hudson Bay. 

2373. Oncocottus quadricomis (Linnaeus). 

Arctic America to Baltic Sea, cliiefly northward : abundant in eastern Baltic 
and^n Lakes Ladofi:a and Onega; north to White Sea and Nova Zembla; 
rafelii England and eastern Greenland ; unknown in western Greenland. 

Cottus quadricomis Linmeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 264, 1758, Baltic Sea. 

2374. Omo^^Jli^SilMcepB (Gilbert). P Vn -IjM^c^^*^^^^^^^ l^aUZ^^t^ 7 

Alaska, from Nnshagak River near its montn ; one Arom Herendeen Bay on 

the northern side of Alaska Peninsula. 
Acanihoootius laticeps Gilbert, Rept.U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 422, pis. 26 

and 27, Nnshagak River and Herendeen Bay, Alaska. 

Genus 729. TBIGL0P8IB Girard. 

Triglopsis Girard, Proc. Bost. See. Nat. Hist., iv, 1851, 18 (thompsani), 

2375. Triglopsis thompsoni Girard. 

Deep waters of Great Lakes ; known from Lakes Michigan and Ontario. 
Triglopsis thompsoni Girard, Proc. Bost. Soo. Nat. Hist., iv, 1^1, 19, Lake 
Ontario, off Oswego, New York. 

Genus 780. DA8Y0GTT1T8 Bean. 

Dasy coitus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 42 (setiger), 

2376. Dasyoottus setiger Bean. 

North Pacific, off Sitkalidak Island ; Puget Sonnd. 

Dasycottus setiger Bean, Proc. I J. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 42, off Sitkalidak Island, 
57<^ N., 153^ 18' W., at Albatross Station 2855, in 69 fathoms. 

Oeons 781. COTTUKCULUS Collett 

Cottuncnlus Collet, Norges Fiske, 20, 1875 (microps). 

2377. Cottunculos microps Collett. 

Deep water, off coasts of Norway and Rhode Island. 

Cotlunculus microps Collett, Norges Fiske, 20, pi. i, figs. 1-3, 1875, Hasvig, 
near Hammerfest, Norway, in 200 fathoms. 

2378. Cottunculas thomsonii (Giinther). 

North Atlantic, in deep water. 

Cottus thomsonii Giinther, Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh, xi, 1882, 679, Faroe 
Channel, in 535 fathoms. 

Genus 782. MALAC0C0TTU8 Bean. 
Malaoocottue Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 42 (zonurus). 

2379. Malaoocottus zonnms Bean. 

Coast of Alaska, off Trinity Islands. 

Malacocottus zonurus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 43, off Trinity Islands, 
Alaska, 56^ N., 154^ W., at Albatross Station 2853, in 159 fathoms. 

* Distiiigaished trom AeanthoeoUus by iu cavenioiu skeleton ; ftssociAted with its deep water habitat. 



444 REPOBT OF roMMTSSTONElt OP n»n AND P?«HRRIK». 



iMn. Fiiihiw, «ut., 2T1, I83tl (malralU). 

2380. QjinnoGBiithuB piBtllllgBT (PftlltM). 

CniiBtii of Alnfllcai tabea iibimilniillv in Hrial'iil Hav. 

Ci>ll«> inilillujir I'alliu, Zcionr. Kowio-AiiUt., ill, 148. INIl, rnklMka laUna. 

2381. Oymnocaothu* UlcuapU tUeiiilinnll.). 

Arctic seas, Boutli to Ni 



Koutli til >urw>yiuitl l.nliradiir; not very r.tauv 
i{iii Rfiiilinrdl. viilvnuk. Sclak. Sat. Malli., v, 



2382, Oymaocantbus gateatu* IIbhu. 

Aluutiaij l»]iii><l». 

lll,miiu<-a»thHi ;ialeafat Hum. i^oc-. 

Ocrnna 734, LEIOCOTTUB Oinrd. 

23B3, IioiooottUB blnmdo Cirard. 
Islands; ext 
irfo ijirard, I 
r Santa Barbara, Caliririiin. 

i. Whlla. IKM. l30(nmalM). 

2384. LeptooottUB amiBtUB Qitard. 

PavlUc L'oMt, from Ko(li»k to San Dii^uo. 

LeploaHlnn amafo* (lirard. Proa. Ac. Nat. Sci. I'blla. 11^, 131, C*p« tlstU^. 
Fort tiit«ilai?oom, Shoalwiiter Bay, Hiitultoldt Hay, tiau KraiK-laRO, Moil' 
lerey, Sau Pedro, Port Point, San Uiaij;o, anil TuuialM Ha.v- 

i. l-hila. 18SI, lee (imatb). 



SmiuTST. OLIOOOOrrnS Oiraid. 

OligoeoiluM Girard. Proo. Ao. Nat. Sc). Pbll*. 18S6, 139 (kocmIimm). 

2386. OUsooottnB maonloana Qlrard. ./otany. 
«ifio Coast, from Capo ! 
igoeotlat macHloiiu Gir 

Bay, San Franc Ihco. 

2387. Ollfocottna boraalla Jordan & Sns-der. 

Pacilio Coast of America from Sitka to Cape MsndociDO. 

OligocollHi bortalit JotAaa & Snyder, Proc. Cal. Ac. 8c). 1806, 32S,Nbb1i B»t 

and Seattle, Wasbington. 

2388. OlleocottuB acutiCBpa Gilbert. 

Alaska to Cape Flatter^ : Depiirtnre B . . 
Oli;i/>i-oll«i aiulicfpi (iilbelt, Kept. U, H. Fish Cor 

o«niu in BLEmncomrB oiii. 

Itlennirollut Gill. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sc), Pbiln. lg«l, 166 Iglobieept). 

2389. BleonicottuB embiyom Jordan & Starka. 

Pacitic Coast of America, from Puget Sound to Monterey, Califoniia. 
OUgocollHi rimbrffHtH .lorduii & Starks. Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 806, pi. 62, 
Ncah B»;, Wusbingtoti. 

2390. BlennicottUB globlcepa (Girartl). 

Pacific Coast, from Coronados Islar 
Oligifcvlltii globictp* Girurd, I'. .^. 

Farallunes. 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 445 

2390a. BlennicottuB globiceps bryosua Jordan & Starks. 

Puget Sound. 

Blennieottua glohiceps hryoauB Jordan <& Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 808, 
Neah Bay, Washington. 

Oenns 789. HI8TIOOOTTT78 OiU. 
Hiatiocotius Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 573 (bilobua), 

2391. HiatiocottUB bilobua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Coast of Alaska and Kamchatka. 

Blepeias hilobaa Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 379, 1829, no 
locality ; somewhere in Kamchatka. 

Oenns 740. BLEP8IAS Cavier. 

Blepaiaa Cuvier, Regne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 167, 1829 (cirrhosua). 

2392. Blepsias cirrhosus (Pallas). 

Alaska to San Francisco; common ut Unalaska, but not often south of 

Puget Sound. 
Trachinua wrhoaus Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., in, 237, 1811, Bering Sea. 

Oenns 741. ]rAUTlCHTUy8 Oirard. 
Nautichthya Girard, Pac. R. R. Surv., Fishes, 74, 1858 (ocuhfaaciatua). 

2393. Nautichthytf oculofaaoiatUB (Girard). 

Pacific Coast, Alaska to San Francisco, chietly northward; common in 

Bristol Bay and about Unalaska. 
Blepaiaa oculofaaciatua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1857, 202, Fort 

Steilacoom, Washington. 

Oenns 742. ULCA Jordan ft Evermann. 

Ulca Jordan & Evermann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896,227 (marmoratua). 

2394. Ulca marmorata (Bean). 

Alaska, off Sitkalidak Island. 

Hemitripterua marmoratua Bean, Proi;. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890,43, off Sitkalidak 
Island. 

Oenns 748. HE1IITRIFTEBU8 Cuvier. 

Hemitripterua Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 164, 1829 (americanua). 

2395. HemitripteruB americannB (Gmelin). Sea-raven, 

Atlantic Coast of America, chiefly northward, from Cape Cod to Labrador. 
Svorpcpna americana Gmelin, Syst. Nat., ed. xiv, 1220, 1788, no locality given. 

2396. HemltrlptemB cavifrona Lockington. 

Coast of Alaska. 

Hemitripterua oavifrana Lockington, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1880, 233, 
Kodiak Island, Alaska. 

Oenns 744. 8yKCHIBU8 Bean. 
Synchirua Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., xii. 1889, 641 {gilli). 

2397. Synchima gllli Bean. 

Barclay Sound, British Columbia. 

Synchirua gilli Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., xii, 1889, 642, Barclay Sound. 

Oenns 746. A8CELI0HTHY8 Jordan ft OUbert 
Aaoeliohthya Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 264 (rhodortu). 

2398. Aacelichthya rhodoma Jordan & Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast from Sitka to Cape Mendocino ; abundant in Neah Bay. 
Aacelichthya rhodorua Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1^, 264, 
Waadda Island, Neah Bay, near Cape Flattery. 

Oenns 746. F8TCHB0LTnrE8 Oiinther. 
Paychrolutea Gttnther, Cat., iu,516. 1861 (paradoxua), 

2399. Paychrolutea paradozua Glinther. 

Gulf of Georgia, Vancouver Island. 

Paychrolutea paradoxua GUnther, Cat., ui, 516, 1861, Golf of Georgia. 



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446 BEPOBT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Oanni 747. OUBERTIHA Jordu k BUrlu. 

Gilba-tiiia Joulau & StarkB, Troc. Cjtl. Ai. Sci. ISe.Hll ifigolulm). 

2400. aUbertlna aigolutea Jord^m & StarkH. 
I'uL'et Soiiuil. 

L'al. Ac. Scl. 18%, 811. p). M, 

Family CLXXXI HHAMPHOCOTTID.S. 

Obddi 748. BHAHPROCOrniS QlillUwr. 

i:haini,h,»Miiu« liiliitliiT. Ami. Mag. Nat. Hist., Xiv. 1671.370 (rieluiTdiinl). 

2401. Rhampbocottusrichardsonl nnntbur. 

Nortb PaoiDo, Aliuika to Mooterey; not Inflonount tn Fnifot Sonnd. 
Uhampliocollvii ri«Aar<ffi>niOilDtber,Aun. Mug. Nat. HiBt.siv. 1874,370. Fort 
Bapert, UritiKh Amtirica. 

FamUy CLXXXU- AOOmi>.XI. 
Oaniu749. HIPFOCEPHALIIS BwaiiuoD. 

llippotrphalHH Swainson. Nat. Hist. VisliuB, i-U:. ll, ■J72, l«S!t Inpirriliani). 



ColtHa Japonirm I'allaB, " Bpicile)|-ia ZiHilui^B, VII, 30, pi. 5. ffgv. 1-3, 1772," 
Kuril lalaudB. 

OttiBi 760, AO0ir01[AI.VB Oniahenot. 
Jgonomalat Gnlchenot, M<<m. Siic Sri. Nat, de Cbt-j-boarg, £>3, pi. ». Ii*6G 

(proboieidalU). 

2403. AgonoinaltispToboacldalls (VaJenciennca). 

Port (if tlie Emperor Nicbolns, Gulf of Tartary. 

Jipidiijikorua pTobon-^dati* Vnleurieunca, Comptf-a Itendos do I'AcadeiniA dot 

Scirncus, \lvli, KUO, 1858, Gulf of Tiirtarj . 

e«Bni 751. HTPSAGOirVS QilL 
Hsp»afi<»>ui Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. 8ci. Pbila. 1861, 259 (faoAitwrala). 

2404. Hypaagonaa qaadTlcoinla (Cuvier &. Valenclerniea). 

North Pacific; Kamchatka; Bering Sea and coaata of AlMkaMnth to Bil»- 

tol Hay and Fuget Sound. 
Aipidopkorut qaadrieomi$ CuTier &, Valenoieonea, Hiat. Nat. PoIh., IT,231, 

1839, Ramcbatka. 



u 7BS. BEACBYOPSn Oill. 
BracX^opiit Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sei. Phila. xiii, 1861, 167, 259 (rMkwIa*). 
■ vermooBua Lockingtnn, 



■.hywpMa V 



if Califoniin, soutb to Sau Franciico, 

iu< I.o<.-kin 

T San Vta 



UrathyMifi' rtmicoiu' I.oi-kingtnn, Froc. IJ. S. Nat. Mus., Ill, May S, 1880, 60, 
JlrakeHay, " " 



2406. Bractayopsis roatiatus (Tilesius). 

N..rth Parifir, from Sakbftliii, Gulf of Aniva, and the Kuril lalanda. 
AgoHHx io'lr«tu> TiltHiUB, M^m. Ac, Petereb., iv, pi. 14, 1810, SakbaliD, Otilf 

, uf Auivn. 

2407. BracbyopSia dodecaednis*(Ti1eaiiiB), 

NoTlb Paeitic, Kniurbatkn, llriatiil Hay, roaat of Alaska. 

Agonin dodecadruf TileHiiiB. M^m. Ao. Petereb., iv. pi. 13. 1810, Kamchatka. 

2408. BiachyopalB segalienBla (Tilvsinti). 

IslKiidof Snkhiilin. 

Syti'jnalliKt atjiifi<nai*Tiie»iiin.M<'ru. Sue. Iniii. Nat. d« Moscow, iLSKLpl. 14, 
1810, Bay of I'utieuie, Sukhaliu Islaud, 



ci.CM-\^.cwi- IM.NJ SWit-i 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 447 

Q«niii 753. STSLLERniA* Cramer. 
SUllerina Cramer, new genus {xyogtemua). 

2 109. Stellerina zyoatema (Jordan Sl Gilbert). 

Coast of California and Oregon. 

Brachtfopwii xifoaternua Jordan Si (iill>ert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns., Ill, July 2, 
1888, 132, 'Santa Cruz, California. 

Qmm» 754. PALLASIHA Cramer. 

PalloMina Cramer, Pror. Cal. Ac. Sci. 18d5, 815 {harhatua). 

2410. Pallasina barbata (Steindaohner). 

North Pa<'ific, south to.lapan. 

Siphagonua barbaiun Steiudarhner, Ichth. Bcitr., v, 140, pi. 5, Sitzb. der K. Ac. 
der Wiss., Lxxiv, July, 1876, Hakodate and Nagasaki, Japan. 

Oenns 755. IXPTA00KU8 Gill. 

Leptagon%9 Gill. Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., xiii, 1861, 167, 259 (flptnotitaimifa = 
decag<mu9), 

2411. LeptagonuB decagonua (Bloch &, Schneider). 

Arctic Ocean, south to Newfouudland and Norway. 

Agonun deeagonuH Bloch &, Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 1, 105, pi. 27. 1801, errone- 
ously recorded from the East Indies, the type from Greenland. 

9 • 

Gmnif 756. P0D0THECU8 OiU. 

PodoihecuM G'\\\, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., xiii, 1861,77,259 0Mri«telAii8=ad- 
penterinui), 

2412. Podotheooa accipiter Jordan &. Starks. 

Rob ben Island. 

FodotkecuM accipiter Jorflan & SUrks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 816, pi. 88, 
Robben Island, Okhotsk Sea. 

2413. PodothecuB gilberti (Coflett). 

Kamchatka. 

Ag<mM gilberti Collett, Proc. Zool. Soo. Lond. 1894, 670, pi. 45, Kamchatka. 

2414. PodotheonB acipenaerinua (Tileains). C<nikmon AUigatar-fiMk. 

Kamchatka to Puget Sound. 

AgonuB acip€n$cnnH$ Tilesins, M^dol Ac. Petersb., iv, 1811, 422, pi. 11, fig. 
163, Unalaaka. 

■ / -^ ' 

2415. PodothecuB ▼aternnB Jordan &, Starks. 

Robben Island. 

PodothecuB retemua Jordan &, Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 819, pi. 89, 
Robben Island, Okhotsk Sea. 

Genus 757. 8TEL0IS Cramer. * - -^ - ■ ' 
SUlgii Cramer, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 821 {vuUhb). 



2416. Stelgis vuIbub (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Off San Francisco. 

AgonuB vulnua Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., iii, 1880, 330, Point 
Reyes, near San Francisco. 

Oenns 758. AVXBBUVCUS Jordan ft Starks. 
AverrunoMB Jordan &. Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 824 (emmelane). 

2417. AvemmcoB emmelane Jordan Si Starks. 

Pu^et Sound, near Port Orchard. 

ArerruncuB emmelane Jordan & Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 821, pi. 91, 
Port Orchard, Pu^t Sound. ^ 

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* DiatiDgniahed by tbe amuitore, especially that of the broaat, which is redaoed to pricklea. 



448 RKPOltT OF COMMISSIONER OP FWH ANU FISHERIES. ■ 

Oenu tie. SABSITOB Cnmar. 

Sarrilor Crnnirr. in .lorflui & Kvenuunu. Tinbw Kurtli and Mi<l<llu Aiuurles, 

841B. Sarrftoi frenattu (i:i1b«ri), 
Coaatof Alaakn. 
lldOKtopvxU /vmatat <jil>>ert. Hept.1;. S. Flub ( 

, Alaska and Aleutian l«liiii<lii. : ' '" 

V others, iD 16 \a 351 fathoiua. 



i. IXW, >U4 (AJ'iHupAryi) 
2420. Xyktea azinophryB .lor.t.tD A Stark*. 

irdan & Stiirkx. iToi. I'nl. A-', »<ci. IM<r>.H:i4, | 



ird, Adml 



Orchard, 



8421 BathyaeonuB nlgripiuniB <iilbprt. 

Xiirlb ratline, known fruui thi^Alcutiau I iiliuida. Bering 8e«. wiulb to tl 

ooMt of WaiiUiDgtuii. 
ttalhftagoniii nigripinnu ljilb«rl, I' 
■Wanl " 



tVuBbingtuu. ut Albatru 



2422. Xeuochiiua peiitaCHuthua tiiHn-rl. 

CoMt of WwbiDgtoD. 

Xenockiru, pei,UuMntkM$ Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mm. 1890, 91, ooMtof Wm1i> 
IngtOD, St AibatTOM SUtioB 3076, iu 178 fathonis. 

2423. Xenocblrua «l«aoMiu8 Gilbert. 

A1«utikD Islands. 

Xenoekirut altticantii Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Flab Cora. 1683 (1896), 4S8, UouiMih 

Pau, AleiitiRD IbIbdiIh, at AlbatroM SUtiona 3316, 3319, mnd otbm, in SB 

to 138 fathoms. 

2424. 3C«D00talnui lattfroua Gilbert. 

North Pacific Coast, from Orej^on to Sod Diego. 
Xenoehirut Jati/ront Gilbert, Proc. I'. S. Nat. Mua. 1890,9:;. 

aud !Sau Diego, at Albatruai) Stations 2898, 293'>. ctt:., in 61 lo ine lainoma. 

2425. XenochiniB trlacoathUB Gilbvrt. 

Pacilii; Cua^t, from Santa Karbarn to Woabiugtoo. 

Xenochiriit triacanlh«» Gilbert, Prnc. I'. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 91. off coast of 

Culiforuia Orej,'on, And Wanhiugton. at Albatrou Stations 3893, 2973, 

anil 3059 in 145, 68, and TT fat houiB. 



2426 Cdontopjzla trtapiaosus LocUin-jtun 

Pacitic CuaHt uf I'liitt'd Stalett, from i'uget Sound to Santa Barbara, 
Odontupuxi^ Iropinosut Luckioglou, I'roc. tl.S- Kat,. t&aa.,\\, \«n%,^ 



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CHECR-LI8T OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 449 

e«niif 76C BOTHRAOONirS Oia 
Bothragonu* Gill, io Jordan A Gilbert, Syoopsis, 728, 1883 (tiMtfUi). 

2427. Bothragonns STP^anii (Steindachner). 

Paget Soand. 

Hgp§ag<mu8 •toaiiti Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., v, 144, pi. 4, Sitzb. der Akad. 
Wiss., LXXiv, July, 1876, Port Townsend, Washington. 

Oeniif 765. A8PID0PH0S0IDS8 Lao^pMe. 

A$pidopkoroide$ Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poise., in, 228, 18Q2 {iranqusbmr^s 
Monoptenfgiua). 

Sibgeait ULCI.XA CrsMer. 

Uleina Cramer, new subgenus (olrikii). 

2428. AapidophoroideB olrikii Liitken. 

Arotlc Ocean; known from west coast of Greenland, Davis Strait, Kara 

Sea, Barrants Bay, and Nova Zembla. 
A$pidophoraidei olriiii Liitken, Foreiob. Meddel. om Nord Ulkefiaohey 

Yidensk. Meddel. Naturhist., Foren. Kjob. 386, with 3 figures, 1876, 

Greenland. 

8ib9«sst A8PID0PH0B0IDE8 LM^pMe. 

2429. Aapidophoroides gnntheri Bean. 

Coast of Alaska. 

JtpidophoroidM gUntkeri Bean, Proo. U. 8. Nat. Mns. 1885, 74, Alaska. 

2430. AapidophoroideB monopterygiaa (Bloch) 

Greenland to Cape Cod. 

Cotiii$ manopierygitu Bloch, Ichth., n, 156, pi. 178, figs. 1, 2, 1786, Tranquebar; 
au error. 

2431. Aapidophoroidaa barton! Gilbert. 

Aleutian Islands. 

Atpidopkaraidet barUmi Gilbert. Rept. U. S. F. C. 1893 (1896). 434, Aleutian 

islands and Bristol Bay, Alaska, at Albatross Stations &13, 3223, and 

many others, in 11 1 to 121 fathoms. 

Ssbgesat l!fOPLA«0?rU8 GIU. 
Anaplaganu9 Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861. 259 (inermtM). 

2432. Aapidophoroidea inamiia GUnther. 

Coasts of Alaska, sooth to Vanconyer Island. 

A$pidopharoide8 inerwiU GUnther, Cat., ii, 524, 1860, Vancouver Island. 

Family CLXZXIZL CTCLOPTBRIDiB. The Lump Suokera. 

Osnus 766. CTGLOFTERVB (Artsdi) LbuuBOS. 
Cgelopierut Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, i, 260, 1758 (lumput). 

2433. Cjcloptema lampaa Limupus. Lumpjlik; Cock and Hen Paddle; Lump 

anckeur. 

North Atlantic ; rocky shores of both coasts, south to Cape Cod and France. 
CtfeU>pterua lumpue Linntsus, Syst. Nat., ed. xi, i, 260, nw, Baltic and North 
Sea. 

Osnus 767. SUMXCBiOTRXinrB Gill. 

EumicrQtremu$ Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 190 {epimoeus). 

2434. Bnmicrotrmnna aplnosiia (Miiller). 

North Atlantic and Arctic oceans, south to Maine and Denmark ; Eastport, 

Maine. 
Cgclopterue epinoeue MUller, Prodr. ZooL Dan., ix, 1777, Denmark. 

2435. Bnmicrotremua orbia (Giinther). 

Aleutian Islands. 

Ctfolapteme arbie Giinther, Cat., in, 158, 1861, Vancouver Island. 

p. B. 96 29 



450 REPORT or COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND nSTTEBIES. 

Omu Tea. LBTHOTKIinrs OUben. 
Uthotremuf iiiWiKit, Kept. U. ti. Fl«h Com. ISWMI)^)}. H'J (vuttttu). 

2436. Lethotremna mutioua Oilbert. 

Aloiitinn lalanila. doiit I'Tiimalc Poas, Alutcn. 



3437. IiOttaotremua vinolentna Jordan & Starka. 
I^igKt ^niiixl, WiohlngloTi. 

Ulhiitrmai vfnoi'mlat .Ionian & Sturka, Prop Cal, Ae. »rl. ISX, 8S7. pi. H, 
Pogot Itouiid, nour r^enttlo, Washington. 

6BDtuT60. CTdOPTEROmSS Oarmaa, 

Cifdoiil-Toidrt l.uTiDiin, Miin. llifcoboll, .17, IWti (uS^lnr]i»), 

2436, Cyclopteioldes gyitnopsGnniinn. 

t^t. Paul IhImU'I. Aliiakit, 

Cjlclojilei'vide.t iigrinoji' tiarmun, Mod, Iiisobull, in Muuioin Hua.Cotnph 
tool., 37, WJ-i. St. Paul laluii.!. 

Oaou 770, CTCLOFTEBICBTHYB Steindaclmsr. 

''yeJopt<Tio*%'. Steimlachner. Icblh. Itcitr.,x, U. lK81|]ff(ib«- = FMtrlOMM). 

2439. CyolopteiiobthyR veutriooaiiB (Pallas). 

Kninc hutkn; .Sua uf OkbuUk. 

('yc(iii)l(riiJi irnfrico»a» I'liUnn. Spicilei;ia Zoo., vii, 15, t,2, 1770, no locality 
ClVPti, nuiuvwIiiTi- about Kaniuliutku. 

Omiiu 771. UPAfiOFS Oanoaii. 

Liporop. (Jannaii, Dis(niboli.42,18B3 (./(-(irH). 

2440. Llparops BtcIleH Palloa. 

I'et.pr null Paul Hnrbar, Kamchatka. 

Llparoiit iltUtei Pnlliu. in t^iniiiiaii. Disrnboli. 4L>, ll^fJ, Pi>tor aod PMll 

lliirbdr. Kiimi'ti.itkii. ■■ 

FwnllT CLXXXIV. IiIPASIDIDiB. Tba Saa Biulla. 
Qmu T7S. HEOUFABIB StaiadaahsaT. 
Ntortpari* Steiudachner, Ichth. Bcitr., tit, 54, 1875 (KacoM*). 

2441. NeoUparia mcmtagnl {Donovan). 

' North Atlantic, on bot)) consta, aonth to Connecticut. 
Cycfoplcrai m^fasHt Donovan, Biit. FiMbes, in, pi. 68, ISOii. Engluid; ftfter 
Moitdgn^ Saclter, 

2442. N«oUpari> call]rodoii (Pntlaa). 

CoostHof Alafkn, nortli to Kumrhatka and BirinR Sea; recorded rrom St. 

Paul. K.iiiicb:itkn, Plover H:iv. Siberia, riiiilnsk:!, uiid Kitdiuk. 

I, Zoo^r. Kossii-Asiiit., in, 7.i. IMIl, KaDii'batk:> 



!ri,ft5ll.iil.!Ki,fiB. 1, 



■ ami AlfMli,,,, I 


.1, l-allos, Zo, 
luuda. 


2443. Neoliparia mucoau 

Corint iif Califomi 
/.i(.ari« niL.tHH" Aj 


(Ajrcs). 
rcH, l-roc. fal. 


2444. Neolipaiiu floes Ji 
Pi,cili.'(o:i-t. Put; 


rd^iii ,V Sturk 

nlari A St-ir 
. SiriiilH..! .Ii 


2445. Neoliparia greeiii . 
Pu;C.-tS,.MMa.:,ty 


onl;.!. A Sturl. 
■t..iiii. Hrilisl, 
;iii A .-itiirki. 



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CHECK-LIST OF WORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 451 

0«niii 773. LIPARIS (Art«di) Soopoli. «Sea Snaiti. 

lAparis (Artedi) Soopoli, Introd. Hist. Nat., 453, 1777 {Hparia). 

SBbfVBMS LIPARIS (Artedi) Sropoll. 

2446. Liparis liparia (CUivier). Sea ShgU, 

Norili Atluutir, on both sboieH, Hoiitb to Connecticut and France. 
Cyclopterun liparis LinnaMis, Syat. Nat., od. 12, i, 414, 1766, Northern Ocean; 
after Artedi and Gronow. 

2447. Liparis cyclopns Giinther. 

Aleatian iHlands to Pii^^et Sound. 

LipariB cyvlopue Giiutber, Cat., ill, 1G2, 1861, Ksquimault Harbor, Vancouver 
Island. 

2448. Liparis fucensis Gilbert. 

Straits of Fuca. 

Liparift fucemin Gilbert, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, KM, and Kept. U. S. Fish 
Com. 181)3 (18%), 447, Vort Augelen, Straits of Juan de Fuca. 

2449. Liparis tunicata Reinbardt. 

Coast of Greenland. 

LipariH lunirata Keiuhardt, Overs. Kong. Dauske Videusk. Seldk., vi, cxi, 
1836, Greenland. 

2450. Liparis agasaizii Putnam. 

Bristol Bay. 

Liparia agas&izii Putnam, Proo. Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. 1874, 339, Sakhalin 
Channel of Tartary. 

2451. Liparis dennyi Jordan <& Starks. 

North Pacific, from Aleutian Islands south to Puget Sound. 
Liparia dennyi Jordan <& Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 835, pi. 98, Admiralty 
Inlet, near Seattle. 

2452. LipariB cyoloatigina Gilbert. 

Bristol Bay, Alaska. 

Liparia oycioatigma Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893(1896), 446, Bristol Bay, 
Alaska, at Albatross Station 3252, in 29^ fathoms. 



SsbffmiBt LT0UP1SI8 * Jordss A Brei 
LyoHparia Jordan Sc Evermann, new subgeuuN (pulchsUua). 

2453. Liparis palchellns Ayres. 

Point Reyes, California; northern Pacific, Alaska to Monterey. 
Liparia pnlckellua Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., i, 1855, 23, San Francisco. 

R«b9«SMt ICTIXOCBIS OUL 

Jctinachir Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhiU. 1864, 193 (major). 

a 

2454. Liparis major (Gill). 

Coasts of Greenland. 

Actinochir major Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. ScL Phila. 1864, 193, Greenland. 

Oenns 774. l^pOPHABKA Gilbert 
BathyphaSaQrHheH, Rept. U. S. FUh Com. 1893 (1896), 448 {origerum). 

2455. Bath3rphaaina ovigenun Gilbert. 

Off Queen Charlotte Lsland, BritiHh Columbia. 

Baihyphaawm oriqermm Gilbert. Rept. U. S. Fish Cora. 1893 (1896), 448, Queen 
Charlotte Island, at Albatross Station 3342, in 1,588 fathoms. 



* DistinKuisbcd from CartUparia by the greater number of vertebra\ and £rom Aetinoehir by the 
deprcMed cranium. 



BEPOBT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERIB8. 

0«nu TTS. CAaKPBOCTVB Knjtt. 

Car»pror.tu4 Kroyet, Tfoturli. Tidskr., i, ffi7, iwa (reinluirdU). 

•iiljd-euiiH (»i«nf). 

■ almua (iilberi. 

■ •inni (lUliott. Itcpi 



3497. CareproctUB coUetti Gilbert. 
Sniitb of Alaska fCDinBiiU, 

Care-prodHK mllftli Uilbert, Rept. U. .S. Fisb Com. \>m (1896), 4M, i 
Alnsku VouiiiBUla, at Allintrow Station 33.H8, in W5 fatboma. 



3458. Careprootna pbaanw Uilburt, 
BriaUil Hay, Aluskn. 

Carnrarl«t phaama tailwrt, Ilopt. U. 1^. FUii Cuni. IHWJ IISM). U3, Brialol 
bay, Aluka. at AlbatruM BUtions 3254 »iiil »2a6, in Ifl aod 49 fi-'*^ — 

2459. Careproctna Bpeotium Dottii. 

Brttvopii L'u^'u uud N)i|;iti iiiltuiUii, AliwkH. 

L'arrjii-oFlui uptftram Bimid, I'ruo. t^ !S. N»t. Una. I(i90, 40, betveen Cdks 

uikI Kiigni inluuds, 160^ 18' W,, Tifi'^ KK N., at AlbatrtMs tttation 38i8, i- 

llOfntUuuin. 

2460. CaieproctHK relnbardtl iKroyer). 

rireentnnd, Jiiu KUyrn, uud llouron UUnd. 

lAjmrf ( Care^mwlai) rrinAanlli Kruyer, Naturh. TidBkr., i, 252, IB02. lireet 



I IltMii, I'ro.'. r. K. N&t. MiiH. I8MI, 46. Halifax. 

3462. Caraptoatns oatantnm Oilberl. 
UuaUaka Island. 
Cortproetjit Mteatxm Qilb^rt, Sept. U. 6. Fiab Com. 1893 (1896), 444, north 

of L'naluka iBland, at Albatrow StatiooB 3334 and 3331, is 109 and 360 

fatboDie. 

2463. CuAproctna gelKtUuMna (Pallas). 

P«ter and Paal Harbor, KMUcbatka. 

Cydfipttnu gtlaUmoma PallM, tiplcilegia, vir, 19, 1769, Peter and Paul Hu- 
bor, Kamcbatka.' 

2464. CareproctUB melaunms (iilburt. 

OlTco.iRt ofCalifoniia und Orogon. 

Carruruilui m'tlaauTw Gilliert, Proc, IS,"" - - - 

Califoruia and Oregoo, at .AlbatroHit i' 

1T8 to X19 fatboniH. 



2465. Careprcxitas ectenea Gilbert. 
Unalaaka Island. 

Cartprotlui rt-lenei Gilbort, Rept, U. ^ 
UnalHdka, at Albattosa t^Uttion 3o 



; UlsliDguJsbed by Ihe u 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 453 

Genus 776. 0TBIKICHTHT8 Gilbert 

GyHnichthys Gilbert, Rept. U. 8. Fish Com. (1893) 1896, 444 (minyiremut), 

2466. Qyiinichthys minytremus Gilbert. 

Off UoAlftskA Isl&DcL* 

Oyrinichthya minytremus Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 444, 
north of Unalaska, at Albatross Station 3331, in 350 fathoms. 

Ctenns 777. AlOTBA Goode. 
Amitra Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 478 (lipaHna), 

2467. Amitra liparina Goode. 

Atlantic Ocean, off Rhode Island. 

Amitra liparina Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 478, off Rhode Island. 

Genus 778. PARALIPABI8 CoUett 

Paraliparia Collett, Yid. Selsk. Forsk. Christianix^ 14,32. 1878 Ibaihyhii). 

Snbgenns PARALIPARIS CoUett. 

2468. Paraliparia holomelas Gilbert. 

North of Unalaska Island. 

ParalipaHs holomelas Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 441, north of 
Unalaska, at Albatross Stations 3308 and 3332, in 406 and 1,625 fathoms. 

Sabgenng AHITRICHTHT8* Jordan * EremisiiB. 
Amitrichthya Jordan St Evermann, new sabgenns (oephalue). 

2469. Paraliparia cephalua Gilbert. 

Alaska to California. 

Paraliparia cephalua (j^ilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1891, 561, off California 
and Oregon, at Albatross Station 2919, in 984 fathoms. 

2470. Paraliparia roaaoeua Gilbert. 

Coast of Mexico. 

P$^i§liparia roaaoeua Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. N. M. 1890, 93, west ooaat of Mexico, 
at Albatross Stations 2898, 2935, and others, in 61 to 158 fathoms. 

2471. Paraliparia mento Gilbert. 

Coast of Oregon. 

Paraliparia mento Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1891, 562, off coast of Oregon, 
at Albatross Station 3071, in 685 fathoms. 

2472. Paraliparia oopei Goode &, Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Paraliparia copei Goode &, Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 279, fig. 253, 1896, Gulf Stream, 
at Alb&tross Station 2232, 39° 12' 17" N., 72^ 9' §0" W., in 520 fathoms. 

2473. Paraliparia daotyloaua Gilbert. 

Off Santa Craz, California. 

Paraliparia daotyloaua Gilbert, Rept. U. 8. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 469, pi. 34, 
fig. 2, off Santa Craz, California, at Albatross Station 3112, in 296 fathoms. 

Svbgenaii HIL6END0BFIA floode * Bean. 
Hilgendorfia Goode Sl Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 280, 1896 {membranacea), 

2474. Paraliparia ulochir Gilbert. 

Gulf of Califomia and Unalaska. 

Paraliparia uUohir Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 441, Gnlf of 
Califomia, at Albatross Station 3010, in 1,005 fathoms. 

Genus 779. BHIHOLIPABIB Gilbert 
Rhinoliparia Gilbert, Rept. U. 8. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 445 {harlmlUfer), 

2475. RhinoUparla barbulifer Gilbert. 

Bering Sea. 

Rhinoliparia harhulifer Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896). 445, north 

of Unalaska, Alaska, at Albatross Stations 3227, 3325, and others, in 225 

to 576 fathoms. 



* DiHtinguiaihed by tbe very smaW K\\\-ov«iiVnf;A^ a^^^^ocXMniaA:. 



BanV*. 1 



4f»4 REPOBT OF COMMISeilONER OF I'ISH AND FIHnEBIEU. 
Oroup OOBIOISEI. The Oobles. 
FuaUr CLXXXV. CALLIONTMrnjU. Tbe DrasoneU. 

Qanui T80. CALLIORTMOS liniuBu. 

rallidnffmm LiiiLi)i-ii>., Hy«t. Nut., f.i, \, 249, 1"J8 (lyrn)- 

3476. CaUloiiymus baiidi .lortlmi. 

"SDn|)|ii<r Bank*," Uolnoi'n I'pusocola nml TnDijia, FloHilii. 
CalUaiijimH, bairdi Jonliiu, Pnin. 11. 8. Ni.t. MiM, IW7, Wl, Snnppcr 
uQ'l'viiMncola, FlorMH. 

3477. CaUloajmini hitnantophorns (JoodK A noaii. 

Otr Ilarli&dux: oir 8»iiU Cniit. 

Cailionsmiit kimaKtaakora* (touil* &. Il«an, Ut-uok li'htli.. lINi, ll^x. 2(M A and 
B, 18Ue,uir BHrbmilM, lu W9 fftthoiux. 

3478. CaUlonymaB oaUlania Klgeniunnn Sc yAnvnraiaia. 

K«v Went. FlnHila. 

u A KigonniaDD, I'roc. CaL Af. iirl. 1*88, 76, 

2479. CalUonymus paaoiradlatus (iill. 
IJill, Anu. Lyr. Xat. Hist. N. T., ^^ll. IBffi, 143. 

PamUy CLXXXVL OOBIIDX]. Tbe Oobtea. 

and (lillHTtsFroc. V:. S.N.M.l892,25*7(«»J«»n»). 

2480. logloaaua calliunia Kvsm. 

Oiiir i)f Meiiro; Kiin|»ii»"i- Ilaolti'.off Pen sa<-nla, Florida. 

/u<j((.»..r,» ,-,.((,■ i-r... l!..iii., ill .(..rttiiii A (iilbcrt, IV"'. U, S. Nnl. Moa. 1882, 3ft7, 
i'snsaoota, t*loTiila. 



24S1. Fbilypniia dormitor (Lac^pi-de). SItrper; Gynritia. 

Streamn of tbe West Indiea aud Atlantic shores of Central America, Mexico 

and SurioaDi. 
Gobionormt dormilor LacfpMe, Hist. Nat. PoiM., ii, 599, 1798, Martinique; 

from a drawing hj Pliimier. 

boma de ^ar. 

intrni Americn, from Sonora tn 

>c. A.'. Xnl. Sci. I'liLl^. IMW, 12:1, fai-o San Liican. 

S.at, .-^.i. I'liiln. 18fi?. 240 (yHndlachil. 
2483. Dormltator maculatue (llIoc:h). (laarinn-Mn/'o: I'a«na. 



h 



Oeaui TS4. GDAVINA BlsEker. 

<;NiiriHii Ellci-lc^r, l':3.|iil«<.' il'iin .'^ 

2484. aaavin.1 euaviiia d'nviiT A: V.nli'H 

,|,™st„ftrn,,i..,H,„..n<-:.. (■ 



v!^':ec.vo^^v.o >^^^^ S^' 



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CHKCK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 455 

GenoB 785. ELEOTBIS Bloch k Schneider. 
Elcotria Block <fc Schueider, Syst. Icbth., 65, 1801 (pisonia), 

2<i85. Xileotria amblyopsis (Cope). 

Atlantic Coast of America, from Charleston, South Carolina, to Surinam; 

streams of West Indies. 
Eleoiris ambbjopain Cope, Trans. Amer. Philos. Soc. 1870, 473, Surinam. 

2486. Eleotris abacunia .Jordan «& Gilbert. 

Coast of South Carolina. 

EkotriH abacurns AonX'jm &. Gilbert, Proc. Cal. Ac, Sci. 1896, 228, Charleston, 
South Carolina. 

2487. Eleotris pisonis (Gmelin). Guavina; Tetard; Sleeper. 

Rio Almondares, Cuba. 

GobiiiH pisonia Gmelin. Syst. Nat., 106, 1788, Rio Almendarcs, Cuba (based 
on Eleolrie of Gronow). 

2488. Eleotris perniger (Cope). 

West Indies, south to Rio Janeiro. 

CuUu8 perniger Cope, Trans. Amor. Philos. Soc. 1870, 473, St. Martins. 

2489. Eleotris pictus Kner <& Steiiidachner. Guavina. 

Streams about the Gulf of California, from Souora south to Panama; Rio 

Presidio. 
EhotrU pictus Kner & Steindaohner, Abh. Ak. Wise. Wicn, 1864, 18, p?. 3^ fig. 

1, Rio Bayano, near Panama. 

Genus 786. ALEXT7BT78 Jordan. 

Alejcurus Jordan, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 511 {armiger). 

2490. Alezurus armiger Jordan. 

La Paz, Baja California. 

Alexurua armiger Jordan & Richardson, in Jordan, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 
511, pi. 48, La Paz, Lower California. 

Oenus 787. ER0TELI8 Poey. Eanieraldes de Mar. 
Erotelia Poey, Memorias, ii, 273, 1861 {ralcncienn€9i=8maragdus). 

2491. Erotelis smaragdua (Cuvier & Valenciennes). Esmeralda Negra; Esmeralda 

de Mar, 

Key West and Cuba; coral shores among alg{e. 

Eleotris smaragdus Cnv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., xii,231, 1837, Cuba. 

Oenus 788. OTMHELE0TBI8 Bleaker. 

Gymncleotris Bleeker, Esqu. d'un Syst. Nat. des Gobi., 304, 1874 {seminuda). 

2492. Oymneleotris seminuda (Gilnther). l^ JCHa kXt-vv^jkA^-w^-^-A) . 

Panama. 

Eleotris seminuda Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1864, 24, pi. 4, figs. 2, 2a, 
Panama. 

Oenus 789. CHBI0LEPI8 Gilbert. 
Chriolepis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 557 (minutillus). 

2493. Chriolepis minutillus Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. 

Chriolepis minutillus Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 658, Gulf of Cali- 
fornia, at Albatross Station 2825. 

Oenus 790. SICTDIUM Cuvier & Valenciennes. 
Sicydium Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xii, 168, 1837 (plumieri), 

2494. Sicydimn plumieri (Bloch). Sirago. 

Fresh waters of the West Indies. 

Gohius plumieri Bloch, Ichth., 125, pL 178, fig. 3, 1786, Martinique; on a draw- 
ing by Plumier. 

2495. Sicydimn antUlarmn Ogilvie- Grant. 

Barbados. 

Sicydium antillarum Ogilvie-Grant, Proo. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1884, 157, Barbados. 



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4bh REPORT Oh" COMMIMSIONER OV F[SH AND FIBHEKIES. 

2496. Sioydium vlncente Junlmi & Kvi-riiinuu. 

KiugHtoii. St. Vim-ent IdUnd; IlniTi. 

Siendlum riHcenle .Jordan ic Everiuaun, FiaLes Nurtli and Middle Aiuerica, 
1896, »t. VinceDl laland. 

Oeniu T91. OOTTIOPUS OolobMioI. 
Coli/lopHi GiiiKhenot, iu Mailloid, Not«s sur ri»Ie do la Ri!uiiioD. ii, Adden- 
dum, it. im\ (arulipinnit). 

Mabr«iii> Niri* JiinUi * K •!«■■■. 

Slrj/a Jurdiui A Evtruinuti. Plabuti N. tknd M. Aincr, 18116 < •({imaujrruln'). 

2497. CotylopuB eymnogaster (Ogilvio'Urunt). 

81teama abont Mu;iuUan, Muxira. 

Sicfdium gjimnogatter Oifilvic-Gruiit, I'roc. ZooL Koo. l<ond. 1884, 158. pi. 1 1. 
Hg. 2, aod pi. 13, fig. 6, MiuKtlan. Mexico. 

S498. CotyloptMsalviiil (Ogilrie-UTant), 

guvania Dt^ar Pan am n. 

.Sfri/rfiNm laUini 0(;ilvie.Grai]t, I'rov. Zool. Sue. Lund. 1881. 1&9, iil. 13, fig. 2, 
PaiiaiiLi. 

Daniii T8S. EVOBTHOmiB QUI. 

Brorthodti, (Jill, Pn.t. Ao.Nat. 8i-i. Phila. 1859, ItC (frrericfjM). 
3499. BTortboduB brevlcepa liill. 
Triutdad and Surinam. 
Krorlhuav brrriccpa Gill, I'rou. Ac. Kat. t!ci. I'bila. 1859. 195. Trioidkd. 

0«ntu 193. L0PH0G0BIU8 WH Cr^tttd liabl,i. 

lAiphagobiiii Gill, I'Tw. Ac. Nat. >ici. I'tilla. 1863, 240 ifi-iilagalli — vfpH- 

2500. Iioplioeoblusc7prlnoldes(Pallai). 

Went lodieH; Cuba. 

Gobiut tipriaoidia rallwa. Spic, Zool.. vtil, 17, pi, 1, «g, 5. 1770, "Aniboiua. " 

0«Biu 794. OOBIUB (Artodl) Unnnu. 
OoUuM (Artedl) Linnreui, Byst. Nat., ed. x, 262, 1758 (nigtr). 

SaksHu (lOBIIDt (Artodl) Uuaai. 

2501. Oobins aoporator Cnvier & Valenciennes. Sleeper; Mapo; Caiman. 

PuiaDia, Barbados, Parti, Itapuaua, Cuba, Galapagos, Sanibara, Baharoaa, 
Orange Key, Haliia, Peraambuco, St. Tliomas, Tortnfias. Florida Keya, 
Marliutque, Sao Matheas, L'urnca, Rio d« Juneiro, Itio Dora. 

Gobiui toporatoT Cnv. &. Val., Hiat. Nat. Poias., xil, 56, 1837, Hartiniqne. 

t. N. Y., VI, 1858, .S74, 430 {faiciatue). 

2502. Oobina nicbolai llean. 

CoHHt..f Hrilisb Oluiiibia. 

Gofrin. niV*„f,i]k'aii, Proc. T. .S. Nut. Muh. lf(»1.46!', l>,-i.iirtvire ll.iy, Britisb 
Columbia. 

3503. OobiuB glauoofreeanm (Gill). 

Florida Ke,vB; TuTtiicaa (T); Washington (I). 



'•'tZ 



:.Ac.NHt,Soi.Pliilii. 11S63. Ita.coaatof 



c. Cal. Ac. 8ci. 1896, 4115, 



1 



3S09. OobluB Btigmatuniadoodo >.V IleaD. 
?'J.<li.la Kojs. 



locality given, but apeciu 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMEKICAN FISHES. 457 

2506. Gk>bius quadriporus Cavier & YalencienneH. • 

Surinam. 

Gobius quadriporus Cuv. & Yal., Hist. Nat. Poiss., xii, 87, 1837, Surinam. 

2507. Qobius shufeldti Jordan <& Eigenmann. 

Gulf Coast of lluited States, 

Gobius shufeldti Jordan & Eigenmann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1886, 495, New 
Orleans. 

2508. QobiuB boleosoma Jordan & Gilbert. 

Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola to Key West. 

Gobius boleosoma Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1882, 295, Lagnna 
Grande, Pensacola. 

2509. Oobiufi fasciatus (Gill). 

West Indies. 

Clenogobius fasciatua Gill, Ann. Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vi, 1858, 376, Trinidad. 

2510. Oobius enoeeomus Jordan «& Gilbert. 

South Carolina to Key West. 

Gobius enc(Pomus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 611, Charles- 
ton, South Carolina. 

2511. Gk>bius stigmaticus (Poey). 

Coast of North Carolina, Florida Keys, West Indies, southward to Ric) 

Janeiro ; common at Havana. • 

Smaragdus stigmaticus Poey, Memorias, ii, 281, 1861, Cuba. 

2512. Gk>bius lyricus Girard. 

Gulf of Mexico, from Galveston to Cuba and the Lesser Antilles. 
Gobius lyricus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Soi. Phila. 1858, 169, Brazos Santiago, 
Texas. 

2513. OobiuB garmani Eigenmann &, Eigenmann. 

Dominica; Fort de France ; Martinique; St. Kitts. 

Gobius garmani Eigenmann &, Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ao. Sci. 1888, 61, 
Dominica, Fort de France, Martinique, and St. Kitts. 

2514. Gk>biu8 zebra Gilbert. 

West coast of Mexico. 

Gobius zebra Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 73, west coast of Mexico. 

Nab9«naii EUCTEN0G0BIV8 eiU. 
Euctenogobius Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vii, 1869, 45 {badius), 

2515. Gk>biu8 poeyi Steindachner. 

Barbados. 

Gobius poeyi Steindachner, Ichth. Notizeu, vi, 44, 1867, Barbados. 

2516. Gk>biu8 badioa (GiU). 

Mouth of Amazon. 

Euctenogobius badius Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. Hist. N. Y., vii, 1869, 47, Amazon. 

Knbfenas GOBIONELLtS tilrard. 
Gobionellus Girard, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1858, 168 (hastatus). 

2517. Gk>biu8 microdon Gill>ert. 

San Juan Lagoon, west coast of Mexico. 

Gobius microdon Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 554, San Juan Lagoon, 
north of Kio Ahom^, Mexico. 

2518. Qobiua amaragdus Cuvier & Valenciennes. Esmeralda. 

West Indies, south to Rio Janeiro, north to St. Augustine, Florida, and to 

Charleston. 
Gobius smaragdus Cuv. & Yal., Hist. Nat. Poiss., xii, 120, 1837, Cuba. 

2519. Gk>biu8 atrigatna (O'Shaughnessy). 

Coast of Surinam. 

Euctenogobius strigatus O'Shaughnessy, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 15, 1875, 146^ 
Nagasaki, Japan. 



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P COHHIHSIOKRR OF FI8H AND PISHRBIEIi. 

■oUUB RaslnulB((iliiitli(^r). 
Oalf uf CHliruruia, huiUIi M I'aiMiiiii. 

Kiolrnogobitii (avilluJa liUiitlier, I'luu. Zoul, Sue. LouA. 1861, 3. wont i-uaat of 
CbuItjI Auii-riuit. 

(iirAnl. Kmrralii-fith; Kharptailtd Ootg. 

<!ob<oaelt,n ha.talu, Cirnnl. I^c. Ac. Nat. Sei. I>bilit. ISStt. Ifi8.St. JoMph 
Islunil. ToxiM. 
2922. OobluB ocoanlcua I'nlla*. KiM4ralda; KKttortnt; Envraiidt: llar-alliaa Sabarm. 
Gulf Coast of UniU'l Statun, imuthwnn) llirnnxti tlio Wii»t lutUt^n. 
GobiHt oo'BHioHi I'nllas. ispioilet;'". vtli, I, ITtiD, Iticullt; iinknuim: ■llrf 

8ifc««Bu I.TTHRtPNt'M JnrdiB k Kt»m*D«. 

Lylhrypaui Jnrdnu & ICveniiauu, uuv eub^Dim {datii). 
Oobiua daUi (Illlieri. 

Cntftlina Harbor. Cftlifnniia. 

Gobiu, Halli Gilbert, I'roc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, TH, Cat«Iluu IlarboT. C«ll- 
^^^ fomin, ill 35 ruthoma. 

J^^^vBMiai 799. OASMAiraiA lonUa & Erenuim. Ualf-nakul Gob'm. 
^^^■^ Gnrmnnnio Jordan & Evunuaua,l'roc.Cal.A<i.3ci. 1895. 4D?>, )tl.'l9(p(inMtanM), 
S534. Oarmaimia paradoza (GDutlior). 

PaciRo t'oiut of Hexieo, Uazatlivn to fauatiia. 

(lubian naritd'ixan t jlintiier, Proo. Zuol. fioc. Lund. Vitil, 3, wrat I'onst of Con- 
iral America. 
Liuiia hetalgyitiiia (KigenmanD & Eigenmami ). 

,V Kib'eiunaDU. Pfoc Cnl. Ac. Svi. 18is8, 6(t, 



S. Oannaniila ■emluoda ((Xlntlwr). 



Wf-t r<ia3(«lf Ceatml America.*.. . 

Oobiut •rmiii'Khit Grintlier. Prcn-. Ziiol. 8oo. Loort. 15161, 3, west Cuuira] 

Oatu TS8. SEDTodonqtrQUI. '* % 

BhinogobiuH Gill, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Phila. 1859, 145 {nmilil). 
3527. RUnogobius flavus (Cnvier &, ValeDcicDnea). 
RiviTB of Siirinam and liraiil, eontli to Ilahia. 
QobiuiJfavHi Cuvinr &. Valencienneti, Hist. Nat. Poiu.. \U, GO, 183*/, Surinam. 

2528. Hhlnogoblua talasica (LirhtenKtein). 

West Indies, both coaHtA of Mexico, sniith to Brazil ; common in Cuba, io 
Sinaloa, and nboiit La Paz, in Lower ('alifornia, tbeuce southirard tt 
Panama. 

GofriH* laiaiita Litbtcnstein, Bcrl. Abbandl., 273, 1S22 (not Tajaiica Uarc- 

2529, RhlDOgoblua mezicanuB (Gilntber). 

FrosU-iv.iter streams of oiiitcrn Hlnjic of Mcxic-o. 
Gaiiiii mm'trinw. (iiiiilbcr. Cut., ni, 01, 1*11, Mciico. 
Qeniu 79T. BOLLX&nKIA Jordan. 

IMimaxiiui .Purrbiii. Crcr. I'. S. N.il. Mos. 18«9, Iftl (Mam^da). 



2S31. Bollmannia chlamydea Jurdnn. 

i'lirilio Orftan. ..iT ■■oast of ('..lonil 

llollmaHOia rhlantg'lf- 3nriWn, Pro 

t'uluuibiu, :il AIb;itru4» Statiu 




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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 459 

2532. Bollmazmia macropoma Gilbert. 

Galf cf California, just north of La Paz Bay. 

Bollmannia macropoma G'llherty Proc. U.S. Nat. Mnfi. 1891, 556, near La Paz, 
Galf of Caliu)mia, at Albatross Station 2996, in 112 fathoms. 

2533. Bollmannia stiginatura Gilbert. 

Northern part of the Gulf of California. 

Bollmannia atigmatura Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 556, Gulf of Cali- 
fornia, dt Albatross Stations 3016 and 3017, in 76 and 58 fathoms. 

Oenos 798. ABOMA Jordan & Starks. 
Aboma Jordan &, Starks, Proe. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 497 (eiheostoma). 

2534. Aboma etheostoma Jordan <&, Starks. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Aboma etheoatoma Jordan &, Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 498, pi. 50, Maz- 
atlan, Mexico. 

2535. Aboma lucretiae (Eigeumann & Eigenmann). 

Pearl Island, Gulf of Panama. 

Gobius lucretioi Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, 57, Pearl 
Island, Gulf of Panama. 

2536. Aboma chiqnita (Jenkins & Evermann). 

Gulf of California. 

Gobius chiquita Jenkins & Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 146, Gnay- 
mas, Sonora. 

Oenos 799. MXCBOGOBIUS Poey. 
MicrogoMus Poey, Enumeratio, 127, 1875 (aignatua). 

2537. Microgobius gulosus (Girard). 

Coast of Florida to Tex^s, common north to Indian River. 

Gobius gulosus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nut. Sci. Phila. 1858, 169, Indianola, Texas. 

2538. Microgobius eulepis Eigenmann & Eigenmann. 

Fortress Monroe, Virginia. 

Microgobius eulepis Eigenmann &. Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, 69, 
Fortress Monroe, Virginia. 

2539. Microgobius thalassinus Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Charleston Harbor. 

Gobius thalassinus Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1882, 612, Charles- 
ton Harbor, South Carolina. 

2540. Microgobius signatus Poey. 

West Indies; common in Cuba. 

Microgobius signatus Poey, Eunmeratio, 127, pi. 5, fig. 3, 1875, Cuba. 

Genus 800. ZALTFiniS * Jordan & Evermann. 
Zalypnus Jordan & Evermann, new genus (emblematicus). 

2541. Znlypnus oyclolepis (Gilbert). 

Lower California. 

Microgobius cyclolepis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 74, Lower California. 

2542. Zalypnus emblematicus (Jordan Sl Gilbert). 

Panama. 

Oobius emblematicus Jordan & Gilbert, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1881, a30, Bay 
of Panama. 

Genus 801. ETJCTCLOGOBIXJS Gill. 

Eucyclogobius Gill, Proc. Ac. Nut. Sci. Phila. 1862, 279 {neurherryi), 

2543. Eucyclogobius newberryi (Girard). 

Streams of California, in small brooks near the sea; locally common in San 

Luis Obispo Creek. 
Gobius neicberryi Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1856, 136, Toniales Bay. 



Distingoitihed from 3IicrogoMutV>y \\%\Lta\t-\x«>L^\MA^. 



EEPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF KIWU AND FlBUEKIEa. 



3544. Lepldogobius lepiduB lUiruil]. 

ruuitif Coiist of North Aiiierica. froiu Vancouver UUml tn I-owbf CaUAw- 

Ilia; rntli«r deep wati'r ulT tjun FraiDoUt'ii Buy. 
Gohiat graciUa Girurd. 1'tuo. Ac. Nut. i^ei. hbilu. 18i>4, Sati Fnuoiaeo. 

Oaniu BOS. QILLKHTHTS Cooper. 

auiiclitky Coopor, I'roc. Cnl. A«. Si^i. IHUU. IIHI (mfraMIUI. 
S. OUllohthjs mirablllB Cooper. Long-jatrtd (Jabjr, 

PnGiQc Const of North Auierio, froni Sbd Francisco to GnnjmiM. 
OJtlicAlltyi nirabilia CoopiT, Proo. Cul. Ao. t*ct. 1863. 100. K»u Di«go B»j. 
I , OUlichthya detmaua Gilbert & ecollclil. 

IIoraRsboe Bead, near month of Coloroilo River, In Mexico. 
•^ Viltichtkitt detr«»ux Gilbert & Scofiold ur., 1866, nonr innoth »f ColunuiD 
• Itivcr. 

OoDUi 804. QtHETtTLA Joidui A ETermuui. 

ti«ietnla Ji.nluu A KvertnanD. I'roo. Cul. Ar. 8i'l. ISe, «» (»■(«■«(«). 
2S47. Qttietula y-cauda (.TcnkinB A F.Ti-ruKinii i. 
Pa< ilio roust of Korih Am 
Giiliohih^t g-mnda .lenkiii 

eanui B06. ILTFinTB ' Jordui A Bvannaiiii. 

Itgpnui .lordau .V Kvermauu, Fishes N. and M. Aau'T.. 1990 tgiliirti). 
3548, Il^pnaa gtlbertt |Kig«iiuinnn >!k Eiguniu&nn}. 

Sail Ilii'fio Ilitjr soil sniitbn-ani; abanilant at Magilaleou Kay, Cunrxptlnn 

liay, :inrl i^t. Georges Huy in tb« Gnlf of ralifi.mia. 
l,rpiiloi/oMii> ffilberii KigeuiuBuii >V Ei^ennianit, Froc. U, S. Nat. Mim. IK8t<, 
4IM, San T>i«go Bay. Cnliforuin, 



Clrrrlamdia EigeDiuatm &■ Elgenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, T9{l(n>^p<a«ii 

2549. CleTelaodta ios (Jordan 4r Gilbert). 

PngPt Sonnd and neigh tioring waters. 

(ialiioioma tui Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. H. Nat. Mas. 1882,437, SMnichArm, 
Vancouvur Iidand. 

2550. Clevelandia roaee .lordan & Kvermaun. 

San niego Bay. 

Clertlawdiaroia Jordan & Everniann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 18!>e, 239, Smi Diego; 
after t'lnelandia limgipinnitKigeoinaaD & KigeDinanu.notSteindachner. 

Oomi 807. SVESMAHKIA Jordan. 

EriTman«ia Jordan, Proc. Cal. \c. Sti.. iv. nrrie« 2. DVJTi.^.ri (;aKl'Tura). 

2551. Evermanuia longipinula (St«iiidachiii'rt. 

Gnlf of Ciilifnrnia. 

i:vblo-oNiii foHflipiiiN'Steindatbn.T. Irlith. lltitr.. vni. L'7, IK7!<, l.os AniDlnn 
Island. Giiir of (-.ililoriii:.. 

2552. Eveimannia zostenira (Jordan t!t Gilbert). 

rsicifir Coast of Mexico at Maiiitlaii. Mexi.o. 

Gol'laKou'a :o'lfnirn,« Jordiiu .t f'ilbert. Proc. 1'. S. X. M. IMX1. .Wl. Muzatlan. 

Gsniu 80g OOBIOBOHA Oiraid. 

(;iil.iu»owii Uirar.l, IToi'. .\r. Nnt.8.i. Philu. 1K%«, ItXUali-pidnlMa), 

2553. CkibioBoma biatrlo Jordan. 

Known onlv from the Gnlf of California, nt Gnavmas. 

r.'ulrioioma himrio Jordan, I'roc-. I'. S. Nat. Mtin. I»t»i. 2till, GiinyitiBs. Mexico, 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 461 

2554. QobioBoma molestum Girard. 

Gulf Coast of United States, from Key West to Texas, and sonth to Bahia. 
GoHosoma moleBtuni Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sei. Phila. 1858, 169, Indianola, 
Texas. 

2555. Qobiosoma bosci (Lao(^pede). 

Atlantic Coast of United States, Cape Cod to Florida. 

Gobius bosci h&c6phde, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 555, pi. 16, fig. 1, 1798, Charleston, 
South Carolina. 

2556. Gk>biosoma crescentale Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. 

Gobiosoma crescenialis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 557, Gulf of Cali- 
fornia, at Albatross Station 2825. 

2557. GobioBoma multifaBoiatuin Steiudachner. 

West Indies; known from Cuba, St. Thomas, and the Lesser Antilles. 
Gobioaoma multifaaciatum Steindaohner, Ichth. Beitr., v, 183, 1870, Lesser 
Antilles. 



Oeniu 809. BABBULIFER Eigenmann ft Eigenmann. 

Barbnlifer Eigenmann & Eigenmann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1888, 70 (papillotui), 

2558. Barbnlifer ceuthcBCua (Jordan <& Gilbert). 

About Key West, Florida. 

GobioHoma ceuthaoum Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1884, 29, Key West, 
Florida. 

Genua 810. T7FHL0OOBIU8 Steindaohner. 

Typhlogobius Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., viii, 24, 1879 {calif omienHa). 

2559. Typhlogobius califomienais Steindachner. Blind Goby of Point Loma; Pink^ 

fish. 

Coast of Lower California, from San Diego southward to Cerros Island; 

especially common at Point Loma. 
Typhlogobius californiensis Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., viii, 24, 1879, False 

Bay, San Diego, California. 

Genua 811. TTNTLASTES Gttnther. 

Tyntlastes Glinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1862, 193 (sagitta). 

2560. Tyntlastes brevis (Giinther). 

Panama. 

Amblyopus brevis GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soo. Lond. 1864, 151, Panama. 

2561. Tyntlastes sagitta (GUnther). 

Coast of Lower California. 

Amblyopus sagitta GUnther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1862. 193, '' California,'' 
probably from Lower California. 

Genus 812. GOBIOIDES Lao6pMe. 

Gobioides Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 580, 1800 (broussonnetii). 

2562. Gtobioldes broussonnetii Lac^p^de. 

West Indies to Brazil : once taken near New Orleans. 

Gobioides broussonnetii Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 280, 1798, probably from 
Surinam, "Given by Holland to France." 

2563. Qobioldes peruanus (Steindachner). 

Shores of Ecuador and Peru. 

Amblyopus peruanus Steindachner, Fisch-Fauna des Caula nnd Flusee bei 
Guayaquil, 42, 1880, Guayaquil. 

Ctoniu 818. CATENNIA Sanvage. 

Cayennia Sanvage, Bull. Sci. Philom., series 7, iv, 1880, 57 {guichenoti). 

2564. Cayennia gnichenoti Sanvage. 

Cayenne, French Gniana. 

Cayennia guichenoti Sauvage, BuW. Soc. V\iWoui., wit\w.'\ , \x A^^^'.^'^'V .^^^.-^^oav^. 



L>F COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND PISUEHIES. 
I Oroup TRACHINOIDm. The Trachlnold Fishes. 

Pamflr CLXXXm. MALACAKTHIDJE. The Blauquillos. 

Oonni 814. HAUCAHTHUS Caviar. 

ilultti-aHlhuiCuviet, lli-gim Aiiiitiai, ■»!. 3, n.Wa, IKHHplumicrij. 

3S65. MalacanthuB plumleri (Slooh). Malajuclo tllanrv. 

W.sl. Iiulios. 

fttr'ii;hiii,a vlumi'-rl lilo.'h, l.:hMi., V, tl)l, nl. 175, ITMT, MarliDl.iiiu: rram » 
".lra«ln;:I).vl-lLimi^r. 

n,D8 am. 

t. Si'i. I'liila. I8(i2, -MO {vhri/iap'). 
2966. CaulolaUlaB prinoapa (.lonj-na). Blanii»itlo! WMl^nh. 

Roi^ky inltinds uf the PiiL-iflo Coast, fhim MuntPivy i>oatbtrar<l to the QaU- 

imgun: abiiniluiit nbunt Saiitn liarliarrt laJauils. 
Latihu /trinorjw .luoyna, Zuul, Ikii>t{li-, Fidliea, G2, IMO. Chutiiuiu Ubnil. 
(lulujioguB Arrhipalnso. 

3S67. Cftulolatflua miorops (icxide A lloan. 
(hilf of Mflxl.o. 

CaalolalHof minoiif (l.iojo \ lloun, Froc. U. S. Nut. Mila. IHTX, 4a, off I'mM- 
colli, Flnrida. 

3968. Canlolatilua cyauops Poty. lilangHillu. 
Cowt of Cuba. 

C'uufolaliliig cffanop* I'oey lt«i>urtorir>. III I, 1867. Cuba. 

Oniiu 816. LOPROLAXILirS Ooode & Bsan. 

/.<i;i*o(aJifpn C.U(h1u& Itniu. Pnic. U.S.Nnt.Mii.. 18711,205 (fkamirUmUcfjJit}. 
aOOf . ZiopBeutlliu ""fw— t«***'*t r^ Oooda &. Bmii. hiqimi. 
Deep wftton af O* VMtem AtlaBtte. 

XvM«tilM<AMwto»»tlM«aood«&IleMi,PnM.U. 8. Nrt.Hiu.l8T^ SOB; 
m milM 8. by E. of NomMi'a Lud, 400.N., 70° W., In M fUhoma. 

Family CLXXXVIII. OPISTHOQIIATHIDJB. The Jawfiahea. 

Omtoi S17. OPISIHOOHATEVS Cmvier. 

Opiitkognathiu Curler, Rftgne Aoimal, ed. 2, ii, 240, 1829 (nmnrrntil). 
2970. OpUttaosnathoB loncbonun Jor<1au A. Gilbert. 

Onlf of Mexico, in deep vnter; two ipecimens known, taken from tbs 

Btomach of a red mapper at Funsacota, Florida. 
Opi»tkogKalhut lonclmrHi Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 290, 
Snapper Bnuke, off Pensacola, Florid*. 

2571. Opiathognathns punctatum Potera. 

West Const of Mexico, Mazattan. 

Opi.lho'ji'alhn- panclala Petolit, Bttrlinor Moniititberk-htu, 1869, Mazat Ian. 

2572. OplBthoguathua macrognathum l'i>ey. 

PbiriilaKi'VstoCiiba. 

'ipi,lhog«i,ihut macnynathrii Pooy, Memoriaa, II, 281, 1N60, Ciibii. 

2573. Opistbognathus ommatum Jenkins i^ Evennnmi. 



(inlf..f Ciilifonii;. nt Hav of (Inaviim*. 


manu, Pro 


. U. S. Xu 


t. Mufl. 1888, 163, 


Genua 818, 0NATHTP0F8 Gill. 

lin,ilh;,p.,,.HC.,U. ITot. Ac.Nat. S.i, I'Lil 


.lS4ii,2.11 


(mariUon 


'.). 


2574. Quathypops Bcops .iL-tikiiis >V Kvcrniui 
i;iiir<>i'<Mlirori)i:iat (;m.iviii^ib. 
Goalhy/.'./,' ,.oi,a .Jrlikiuij .V i:vi.iiiv.ll 


u. Vt>«. \ 


, ^. -Sivr 


w.>i». vy*ft, \b'i. 






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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 463 

2575. Onathypops maxUIoBus (Poey). 

Cnba, north to Garden Key, Florida. 

OpisthognathuB majcilloeus Poey, Meiuorias, ii, 286, 1860, Cuba. 

2576. Gnathypops macrops (Poey). 

Coast of Cnba. 

Opisthognathua mcLcropa Poey, Memorias, ii, 287, 1860, coast of Cnba. 

2577. Qnathypopa cuvieri (Valenciennes). 

Bahia. 

OpisthognathuB cuvieri Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xi, 504, 1836, Bahia. 

2578. Qnathypopa rhomaleus (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Gulf of California. 

Opisthognathua rhomaleuM Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 276, 
Santa Maria Cove, Ltuver Caliiforhia. 

2579. Qnathypopa myataoinuB J ord(th'. . ./ 

Gulf of Mexico; known from the Pensacola ** Snapper Banks,'' from stom- 
achs ot red snappers {Neoniamis aya). 

Gnathypops mystactuuH Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 37, Snapper Banks, 
off Pensacola, Florida. 

Oenos 819. LONCHOPISTHXTS Gill. 
Lonchopisthus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 241 {micrognathus). 

2580. Lonchopiathua micrognathua (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Opisthognathus micrognathus Poey, Memorias, ii, 287, I860, Cuba. 

FamUy CLXXXIX. BATHYMASTBRIOiB. 

Oeniu 820. BATHTMA8TEB Cope. 
Bathymaster Cope, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 1873, 31 (signatus), 

2581. Bathytnaater aignatua Cope. 

Shores of Alaska. 

Bathymaster signatus Cope,Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. 1873, 31, near Sitka, Alaska. 

Oeniu 821. BONQTHLXTS Jordan ft Starks. 
Ronquilus Jordan & Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 838 (jordani), 

2582. Ronquilua jordani (Gilbert). 

Alaska to Puget Sound. 

Bathymaster jordani Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1888, 5r>4, Elliott Bay at 
Seattle; Alaska. 

Oenas 8^. RATHBITNELLA Jordan & Evermann. 

Rathhunella Jordan & Evermann, Fishes N. and M. Amer., 1896 {hypopleetus), 

2583. Rathbunella hypoplecta (Gilbert). 

Coaat of California off the Santa Barbara Islands. 

Bathymaster hypopleetus (iilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 97, coajt of 
California, south of Point Conception, at Albatross Station 2944. 

Family CZC. CHIASMODONTIDiB. The Black Swallowera. 

Oeniu 823. CHIASMOBON Johnaon. 

Chiasmodon Johnson, Vtoc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1863, 408 {niger), 

2584. Chiaamodon niger Johnson. 

Deep waters of the Atlantic ; taken at Madeira and off Massachusetts coast. 
Chiasmodon niger Johnson, Proc. Zoo\.^o«i.V»<m^A^5a,\Rfc,'S\^Asi\\tk. 



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464 REPORT riF COMMISSIONER OF FISH ANIJ FIBBEBIES. | 

0«nu SS4. PSEOSOBCOPELOS Latkio. 

;'jinidn«'«|.(-tu9 LilCkoii, Spoliii Ar.l.tritioM, Si;otM>liiii, tH, l»ffi (teriphuh 

2SB5. PsDUdosGopeluB acriptuB l.iltkcu. 
Old Dulinina Strnita. 

FimdoiCiiprlut «mpln« LtltkiMi. S|>utiii At.lnnti'.'u, ScoiHlini. 6i. leW, Did 
Babaiiia Htmib- 

FamJly CXCI. CBSNICHTBTTIDJB. 

Gmiiu S3S. HYPSICOMETES Ooods 

Jlyptkwxelr^ ll'iocle. I'rnc. V. S. Xiit. Mii«. IIWI. [lil I i/obioiiiet). 

2566. BypsioometeB gobioides (I'liuln. 
Onlf Slrenin. 

Hgp«amrtr, gobioida Otx>de, Ptm. U. 8. Nnt. Mii«. ISSO, itM, Gnlf Stnao, 
at AlbiitrosB fitatlon 871, VP a' 6* ■ N.. TCP 33' 40" W.. in 115 fkUkonia. 

Family CXCn TRICHODOHTID2I. Tha Sand-FlahM. 

Omo* BS6. TBICBODON Stsller 

TWcAoiinii StiilL^r. i(. Tili-siim. Mpih Ac»d. Kt. PetBrslmrK. tv. ISIS, 4«* (I/t- 

3587. Tiichodon tilchodan (Tilosius). 

llereaileen Haf iinil elMenbere in Uering Seft, anil sonth to oout uf Orefran. 
Tradtinui Irirhodon TJleaiUD, Mf^m. Aoii<T. St. Pet«nil>. 181S, 460, Bering Sea. 

0«aM 827. ABCTOeOOPUB ' J«Tdwa A Evatmaui. 

.■frr((i»copn» Jorilun & FvoniiUDD, Bpw genim l )n;w>niei«t. 
aSBS, AjotDSOopns japonicoa < St«iDilaclni<?r).'* 

Strietok. In ttie Se.i of Japan, Bud Sitkn. Alaska. 

Trichodon Ja/ionicut SleindnRliner, Ichth. Deitr., x. 4, im, SliloUik and 
Sitka. 

Family CXCIH. DACTTLOSCOPID.&. The Sand Btu-OuMn. 

nnieiiicdu). 

2589. OiUeUas Hmiolnatna Gilbert. 

Golf of California; alto off the Florida coaat. 

OiUeliut MMiciNclu Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. U. 1890, 96, oew month of Onlf of 

California, at AlbatroM SUtiona 2837, 24° U' 45" N., 109° 66' Vf., and 

2829, 22^ 52 N., 109<> 56' W., io 10 and 31 fathgnii. 

2590. GUleUna arenlcola (iilbert. 
lower Call 
iilbert, Proc, II. S, Nat. Mo». 1890. 99. rape San Lacaa. 

liitbert. 

<;.7;ff/ii» uinulHB Gilbert, Proc. i:. S. Nat. Mna. 1891. TifiS. Gulf of California. 
OK11U8S9. DAimrLOSCOPITB Sill. 

Dacli/luscopH' Gill. Proc, At. Nat. Kci. Pliila. 1N59. i:)".' {Iridigilalu-}. 

SabiciHi UJCTTI.OsrOITK^llI, 

2S92. Dactyloacopua pectoralia (iill. 

DattyloKfoiiiti firi-lorali'i Gill. Proc. Af. Nat. Sci. Pliila. 1861. 267, Cape San 
liforiiia. 



Cape San Lni-os, Loner Califomiii 

CiUetl 



• ItiKliiiBuiib<-d fti.ui Trii 



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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 465 

2593. DactyloBcopus tridigitatus Gill. 

West Indies, north to Key West. 

Dactyloscopue iridujitaias Gill, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 132, Barbados 

2594. DactyloacopuB poeyi Gill. 

Cuba. 

I)actylo8copu8 poeyi Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 266, Caba. 

2595. Daotyloscopus lunatious Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. 

I)actylo8copu8 lunaticu8 Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1890, 99, Gulf of California. 

Sflb^nus ESL08C0PDS' Jordan M Erermann. ^ •> 

E8lo8Copu8 Jordan & Evermann, new subgenus (zelotea). * 

2596. DactyloscopuB zelotes Jordan & Gilbert. 

Panama. 

Daciylo8copu8 zelotes * Jordan & Gilbert new species, Panama. 

Oenns 880. DACTTLAONUS Gill. 
Dactylagnu8 Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 505 (miemltM). 

2597. DactylagnuB mundus Gill. 

Carmen Island, Gulf of California. 

DaotylagnH8 mundu8 Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862,505, Carmen Island, 
Gulf of California. 

0«niu 831. MYXODAONUS OiU. 
Myxodagnus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 269 {opercularie) 

2598. MyzodagnuB opercolariB Gill. 

Cape San Lucas, Lower California. 

Myxodagnu8 opercularis Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1861, 270, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 

Family CXCIV. URANOSCOPID.S]. The Star-Gazers. 

Oeniu 832. ASTBOSCOFITS (Brevoort) Oill. Siar-gazera, 
A8tro8copu8 (Brevoort) Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1860, 20 (anoplns), 

2599. AatroBCopuB y-grseoom (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

South Atlantic Coast, from Cape Hatteras to the Caribbean Sea. 
Urano8oapu8 y-grceonm Cnvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 308, 
1829, origiu unknown. 

2600. AstroBCopuB zephyriua Gilbert & Starks. /v^ , . ^ i< V * ' « * "^^ * 

Magdalena Bay, Lower California. '* '^- **f 

A8tro8copu8 zephyrius Jordan & Starks, Proc U. S. Nat. Mns«^1896, Magda- 
lena Bay, Lower California. 

2601. AstroBCopuB guttatus Abbott. 

Atlantic Coast of the United States, from Long Island to Virginia; not 

known south of Cape Hatteras. 
A8tro8copu8 gaitatua Abbott, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1860, 365, Cape May, 

New Jersey. 

Oeniu 838. KATHET08T01CA Oiinther. 
Kathelostoma Giinther, Cat., ii, 231, 1860 {Ugve), 

2602. Kathetostoma avermncuB Jordan &. Bollman. 

Pacific Ocean, off coast of Colombia. 

Katheto8toma averrunoun Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 163 ; 

off coiist of Colombia, 8*^ 57' N., 79^ 31' 30" W., at Albatross Station 

2800, in 7 fathoms. 

*SnbgenuB and speciea based on description of Doetyloaeoput »\^. ii<y« .^ ^ot4mv %l ^^^^lWl^^'*^^^aA<• 
ir. s. Nat. MiiH. 1882, 628; not D. mundvM GIU, Proc. A.c, Sa.\r.^l.\%Ki,W«>. 

F. u. 95 30 



4()b RKl'ORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHEHIES. 

2603. KathetoBtoma albigutta Iloao. 

Gulf of Mpxifo. 

finlh,t.,flm,m alblqatta liuan, Froc. U. 8. Kat. Mii«. 1693, 121, Ooir of Mvsira, 

a(. AiUitr<M» StiilL.,Li :i4U3. 2t-^ W 30' N.. 85'-' 29' W. 

FamU)rCXCV. BATRACHOIDIDA Th« ToadSabes. 
OMtoi 834. BATBACHOIDES Lao^pede 

Jialrndmrdfj Laci'pi'.ie, lliat. Nat. Polhb.. ii, -l.il. 1800("(au" Liu^ripMa = 

2604. Batraoboldes BUrfnamensls (BIocli A Si.-Ln<^iiIor). 



n 



2605. Batraohoideapaoiflcl(Gtiiitlier). 

liatTachHf pacijin Gllntiior, Cal., ill, 173, I8tSl, Paniimn. 
Smiu 83S. OFBJjniB BaSiiMqae. Toadjiahei. 

Ifptanuf RnGiieaqne, AincT. Moulhlf Mng. IXIT, 203 Icerapalmt). 

2606. Opoanustau (Linu.fiin). Tihulft'h. 

Atlnnt.io Cuost froni MnniiohuBi- 
lla-liD tau LiuQicua. riyst. Nat., o 

2607. OpsanUB paidtia (Oooilo & Itonii). Sarpa. 

Oriif or Meiicii. 

^atncAua fiiu ^rdut Goode & Bean, rruu. U, S. Nut. Maa. 1879, 336, IVntncoU 
HnapiKir Backa. 



2606, Poricbthra porosiaaimua Ci]ili.t A ^ ali'Tii'i''iiii<'i. I'aiiic Snpo. 
8onIh Carolina to Montevideo; Penancola. 

Balraclitu poro>u»i»iiii Cavier & ValencienneB, Hiat. Nat. Poiaa., xu, COl, 
1837, Sntiaam, Cayenne, Rio Janeiro, and St. Catheriae. 

2609. Porlobthjra notatua Girard. Singing-fith; Midshipman; Cabeam; Sapo. 
Pacific Coa.st from Pnget Sound to Panama. 
Pcricktkgt tiolalai GIrsrd, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pblla. 1854, 141, San FrancUco. 

-: 26io!f4)rlobtbya mugaHtatna (Ridjardoon). 
Pncitic Coast of tropical America. 

JtatrachHi margaritatua Richard son, Voyage of the Salphar, FUhea, 184&- 
1867, Pai'ilic Coast of Central America. 



2611. Thalaaaopbiyne maculosa Giiutber. 

CiiribWan S<-a. 

Thalaiioiihrgne maralata (.iiintbtir. Cat., IM, 175. 1861, Puerto Cabello, near 

As|>iiin-all. 

2612. ThalasBOphryne retictilata (GUntbcr). 

ThalaslaphyfiH^ relh-ulala Giintb.T. fror. Zool. Soc. Lood. 1864, 150, 163, 
raiiaum. 

2613. Thalaaaophryue.dowi Jordan tt Gilliort. .■,^. 
I'arilic Co.iat nf Norib Anicricu. from I'unta Arenan to Panama. 
T/iall.t'-uiihrii«e dow\ Jordan &, UU\)cil,\'io«,\:.a.¥,ui..1i.\M.ve«\,^S«b,V'a^\». 

.Irtruoa. 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 467 

Group BLENNIOIDEI. The Blennioid Fishes. 

Family CZCVI. BLENNIIDiB. The Blezmies. 

Oflniu 888. ENNEANECTE8 Jordan ft Eyermann. 
Emmeanectes Jordan & Evermaiiii, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 501 {carminale), 

2614. Bnfieanectes carmina^s (Jordan &. Gilbert). ^ ' 

Mazatlan, Mexico. Jw^s^^* ^ml^xA'^''*^ 1U4^^ 

Tripterygium oarminale Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mue. 1881, 362, 
Mazatlan. 

OenuB 839. HETEROSTXCHns Girard. 
Beterostichua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 143 (roatratut), 

2615. Heterostichus rostratus Girard. 

Coast of California from San Francisco to San Diego. 
JSeteroatichua roatratM Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. ScL Phila. 1854, 143, San Diego, 
California. 

OenuB 840. 0IBB0N8IA Ckwper. 

Gibbonaia Cooper, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iii, 1864, 109 (elegana), 

2616. Oibbonsia evides (Jordan & Gilbert). Kelpfiah; Senariia. 

Coast of California, south to Point Conception. 

Clinua ecidea Jordan & Gilbert, Synopsis, 763, 1883, Monterey, California. 

2617. Qibbonsia elegans (Cooper). 

Coast of southern California; Point Conception to Todos Santos. 
A/yxodea elegana CoojteTf Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., iii, 1864, 109, San Diego; Santa 
Barbara. 

G«niui 841. NEOCLIHITS Girard. 
Xeodinua Girard, U. S. Pac. R. R. Surv., Fish., x, 114, 1858 (blanchardi). 

SubgwuH XE0CLIXU8 flirard. 

2618. ITeoclinus blanchardi Girard. 

Coast of California, Monterey to San Diego. 

Neoclinua blanchardi Girard, U.S. Pac. R. R. Surv., Fish., 114, 1858, off San 
Diego, California. 

Snbgenns PTEB0G!fATHU8 Glnrd. 
Pterognathus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 57 {aatiricua), 

2619. Neoclinus satirious Girard. 

Coast of California, from Monterey to Santa Barbara. 

Neoclinua aatirioua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 57, Monterey Bay. 

Genoa 842. KALA00CTENTJ8 OilL 
Malacooienus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1860, 103 (delalandi), 

2620. Malacoctenus ocellatus (Steindachner). 

Bahama Islands. 

Clinua ooellatua Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., v, 182, 1876, Bahama Islands. 

2621. Malacoctenus varius (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Myxodea variua Poey, Enumeratio, i, 132, 5, tig. 2, 1875, Havana. 

2622. Malacoctenus macropus (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Myxodea macropua Poey, Synopsis, iii, 99, 1868, Havana. 

2623. Malacoctenus lugubris (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Myxodea lugubria Poey, Enumeratio, 131, 1875, Cuba. 

2624. Malacoctenus gllli (Steindachner). 

BarhAdoB. 

Clintis gilli Steindachner, Ichth. Kotizen, vi, 4fe,\^«l ,>iwcVk^a^w« 



468 KEPOBT OF C0MM16SI0NEE OF FISH AND FISHEBIM. 

262B. Malacocteuus blmoQulatus iSteiiidacboet). 
Small rocky inlands north of Ctilin. 
Clinut bimarulalui IjteiDiliichaer. Icblh. Beitr., v, INC. MHti. Ulaiiila off ('nbL 

2626. Malacoctenua delalandi (Cuvicr & ValeticioDiii»i. 

CoaHt of HrikKil niid Ilie went roaat of Uelioo. 

Cliniit drlalandi C'livier & ValoDRiennsa. Hilt. Not. Poias., 37K, leOd, UrmMtl 

2627. Malacoctenua vsrsicolor ( Poey 1 . 

Cuba. 

Mgiodet rcniwloT Pouy, Kniiiiiunirio, I. i:<l, 5, Hk. 1, lK75,<;abiL 

2628. Malacoctenua blKUttatllB (Cope). 

New Providi^Dce, BuliamiiH, 

Labriiomut biffHUalHf (;o[>«, TrariH. Aiuor. PblloH. S»i'. Phtla. 117:1, iTS. Ntiw 
Provtiluuce, BuIibuihh. 

nana. FialnHt, lt.2TT, iras^jiMlfai/rfr). 

2629. LabdBomuaheiialiitei' (LeSuHur). 



2630. LabriBomnH nuohipituila (<jiioy .V lliiimiu-di. 

West Indios; SotitU Allnntic four.1. 

riiuHt nuehiplHitit Qiioy A (iiitumrd. Voy. Itaiim, Xoiil., IKM. Bt»U. 

2631, IiabrJBomuB xanti<<IU. 

I.IX I'm. Lower Cdlifonuu. 

l.abroioiHf» xanll UiU, Prop. A<-. Nat. Sei. Pbiln. IMftO, 107, Corrii Itlanco,Ci 



} 



<:«P« 1 



2632, Iiabriaomua bucolfeius P 
Cuba. 
LabritoiHHK bacci/fnu Poey, Sj-nopaJB, 396, 1868, Cnba. 

3633. LabilBomna miorolepidotna Poey. 
Cuba. 

Labriiomut mkroii-pidotuK Poey, Anal. Soc. Epa. Hilt. Nat., Xist, MS, 1,8, fls. 
3, 1880, Cuba. 

eMiuS44. lUlKBFES* lordMi k Erermaim. 
Mnierpai Jordan Sl EvernianD, new geans (nooroMpftalH*). 
2634. Mnlerpea macrocephalua (Gilutber). 
Pacific Coo 
CUnut mnci 



ro.-. At-. Kat. Sri. Cliila. IKtMl, l(i-J {gobin). 

2635. OobioclinuBgobio iriiviur A Valen<:ieDiit'H). 

LeBHerAtitilk-J-. 

riiBH. v..h». Cin-ioiA Vuleni'imiiuB, Mint. Xal. l'oi«».. .\i. :)!«, 18,'f6, I^eBser 
.\ntil|p». 

GsDui 846 STABKSIA JonUn A ETannaoii. 

.Vfar i.in .l.irdiiii A KvercuiiQU. Prnc. (i.l. Ac. Sci. 1896, 231 ((■r.-mMohafw). 

2636. Starksia cremnobates (Oilbert). 

Ciiir of Cnlirorniii. 

Lahrowiaut enmnobale' (illborl, IVoc V. .S. N. ,M. 1890. 100. Gulf of Califomi*. 

^L -DlilingulnhBil from I.otmimmn \>v <!« eVTOe»W (otto. 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 469 

Oenoi 847. CBTPTOTREMA Gilbert 

Cryptotrema (Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 101 {corallinum), 

2637. Cryptotrema corallinom Gilbert. 

C'oast of California, soatb of Point Conception. 

Cryptotrema corallinum Gilbert, Proc. I J. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 101, coast of Cali- 
fornia, sou til of Point (Conception. 

Genoa 848. EXERPE8 Jordan ft Evermaim. 

Exerpta Jordan Sl Evermann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 232 {a^per). 

2638. Ezerpes asper (Jenkins & Kvenuann). 

Guaymas, Mexico. 

Auchenopterus asper Jenkins &. Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1888, 154, 
Guaymas, Mexico. 

Genoa 849. AUCHSNOFTEBUS Oiinther. 

AuchenopieruB ('iinther. Cat., in, 275, 1861 imonopkthalmut). 

2639. Auchenopterus altivelis (Lockington). 

La Paz, Lower California. 

Cremnobaien aWvelia Lockington, Proc. Aoi Nat. Sci. Phila. 1881, 116, La Paz, 
Lower California. 

2640. Auchenopterus marmoratus (Steindachner). 

Florida Keys to Cuba; Key West. 

Cremnobates marmoratus Steindachner, Ichth; Beitr.,v, 174, pi. 12. fig. 6, 1876, 
near Cuba. 

2641. Auchenopterus afflnis (Steindachner)! 

West Indies; Kpj West; St. Thomas. 

Cremnobates affinis Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., v, 178, 1876, St. Thomas. 

2642. Auchenopterus monophthalmus Giintber. 

(iulf of California to Panama. 

Auchenopterus monophthafmus Gfinther, Cat., in, 275, 1861, Panama. 

2643. Auchenopterus integriplnnis (Rosa Smith). 

Coast of California, and southward to Todos Santos. 

(■remnobates integripinnis Rosa Smith, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 147, La Jolla, 
near San Diego. 

2644. Auohenoptems nigripinnls (Steindachner). 

Barbados. 

Clinus niffripinnis Steindachner, Ichth. Notissen, vi, 46. 1867, Barbados. 

^ 2645. Auchenopterus faaciatus (Steindachner). 

Horida Straits ; north to Key West. 

Cremnobates fasciatusHteinds^hner J Ichth. Beitr., v, 176, 1876, Florida Straits. 

2646. Auchenopterus noz (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Key West. 

Cremnobates nox Jordan & (Gilbert, Proc. IT. S. Nat. Mas. 1884, 30, Key West. 

Genu 860. PARACLHTUS Mooqnard. 

Paraclinus Mocquard, Bull. Sbc. Philom. Paris 1886, 41 {chaperi). 

2647. Paraclinua chaperi Mocquard. 

Bay of Quanta, near Barcelona, in Venezuela. 

ParacHnM chaperi Mocquard, Boll. Soc. Philom. Paris 1886, 41, Bay of 
Quanta, Venezuela. 

Genu 861. BLisHiiiuB (Artadi) linaau. Blennies, 

Blennius (Artedi) Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 256, 1758 (gaterita), 

Ssbffensii LIP0PHBT8 Gill. 
Lipophrys Gill, Amer. Nat., Jane, 1896, 498 (pholis). 

2648. Blennius carolinus (Cuvier & Valenoieunes). 

Sonth Carolina. 

Pholis oarolinu9 Cuv. &, Val.,m«t.l!5at.Po\aa.,'s^i,^^A^a^^«^^*'2fl«»' 



470 REPOKT OF COM«I.S::i!(»\Ett OP PIStI AND t'lSIIKUIES- 



SbD^bhii BLe:(tinM (irladl) Uinina. 

2649. Bleuoius fucornm Cnrier & Vulonridi 

OffUinAzores; alsii off New Votk. 
JIUHnm, /ucoruiH lluvier & Vnleii<-iei 
24(1 mileR south of tha Azores. 

2650. BleoDiue stearnHl .InrdtLii A riilliert. 

Gulf of Mexico. 

BIrHniui alrariiai .lunlnu & GUbnrt, 1' 
culft Snapper Uiuikn. 

2651. BleniiiuB favoaua Qoodi' & Denn. 

(iuif uf Mexico; CarAeo Key, P1ori<1a. 
/fleniiiii.i /nroaua (iooile \ Bean, Vri>r 
Ko) , Floriita. 

2652. BlenniuB marmoreaB Piiey. 

Ciibii. 

2653. BlenoluB truncBtua (Poef }. 

Cuba. 

llleHniut Irunrali'ir I'ony, M( 

2654. BlenniDB vlnctus I'uey. 

Cuba. 

Jilenniu.li rinrlBR I'uoy, Repertory 

2655. Blsunlns cristatus Linn^nia. 

Tropkul parta of tbc Atlaii 
Jllennini rri'lala' l.innii'HH, 



I'olM., XI, 2flS, 1X36, • 



2656. Bcajtella 

:nbB. 



(.Ionian) 




JHenniu* nicroilomat Foey, Memorias, i 
Omim 858. HTFLEnXOGHUVS QUI. 

Hgpleuroehilui Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phlla. 1661, 16S (ggmintHa*). 
'. HypleoTQChllaB gamlnatiiB (Wood). 

Soiitb Atl.intic mid Gulf coasts of United Stat«. 
JiUnHiut geiuiiialHt Wood, Jonr. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila., 
Soath L'uruliDH. 



r. Ac. Nat. Sci. Pbila., iv, 1824, 2T8, ChftrlMtmi, 



Oonni 851. RYnOXLllSS iU8 QilL 

HfpiobUMniai Gill, Cat, Fishes East, Coast U. S., 20, 1861 (keitiri). 
I. HTpsoblenniuB gilbertl (Jonlan). 

Caliroiiil.-t. from I'oiut Coareption Bont 
ltetll<r» ijilbtrli .Poribiu, rrnr. U. S. Nnt. 

I. HypBobleniiiua gentilia (Girnnl). 



, 119, Monterey, CftL 



2660. HypBoblenniuB atriatus (Steindac 



2662. 



Pane 

Illf»«iu> ilriali 
Hypsobleunius 
PcDHMCiila. Flo 
Itfslhrt xoHllia' 
HypaobleuaiuB 
South r'.-irnlin: 
Iletthei tcralali 



iM Stoinilacbni: 
iouthaa (.lord 



.-.iri.lgTG. Panama. 



roc. |-.S.Nat. Mm 
Jillwrt. 



1882,299, Pensaool*. 



lo TfiaR. 

■Jordan & Gilbert, Vtoc. VS. &.'S,'lii.vesi,'«»,Vt.n*a«»iVs"«\»« 



fKjL^ lU^ &uJit . Lui^ nfieyrtu 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 471 

2663. Hypsoblennius punctatus (Wood). 

Coast of North and South CaroliDa. 

Blennius punctatus Wood, Joar. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., iv, 1824, 279, Charleston, 
South Caroliua. 

2664. HypsoblenniuB brevipixmis (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico, from Mazatlan to Panama. 

Blennius brevipinnis Giinther, Cat., in, 226, 1861, west coast Central Americn. 

Oeniu 855. C3A8M0DE8 Cnvier ft Valendemies. 

Chasmodes Cuv. & Val., Hist. Nat. Poiss., xi, 295, 1836 (bosquianHH), 

2665. Chasmodes jenkinsi Jordan & Evermann. 

Gulf of California. 

Chasmodes jenkinsi Jordan & Evermann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, Bay of 
Guaymas, Sonora. 

2666. Chasmodes saburraB Jordan & Gilbert. 

Pensacola Bay. Florida. 

Chasmodes sahurrat Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 298, Pensa- 
cola, Florida. 

2667. Chasmodes bosqulanus (Lac^pMe). 

New York to Florida. 

Blennius bosquianus Lac<^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 493, 1800, South Carolina. 

2668. Chasmodes quadrifasclatus (Wood). ^ j^ J..^^**^'"^'*^^ 

Probably South Atlantic Coast of United States. 

Pholis quadrifasclatus Wood, Jour. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., iv, 1824, 282, locality 
unknown, probably South Carolina. 

Genu 858. ATOPOCLINUS Vaillant 
Atopoclinus Vaillant, Bull. Soc. Philom. 1^, 73 {ringens), 

2669. Atopoclinus 'ringens Vaillant. 

Gulf or California. 

Atopoclinus ringens Vaillant, Bull. Soc. Philom. 1894,74, Gulf of California. 

Genoa 857. BIJNULA Jordan ft BoUman. 
Runula Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 171 {azalea), 

2670. Runula azalea Jordau &, Bollman. 

Galapagos Archipelago. 

Runula azalea Jordan &. Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1889, 171, Inde- 
fatigable Island, Galapagos Archipelago. 

Genus 858. 8CABTE8* Jordan & Evermann. 
ScarteH Jordan &, Evermaun, new genus {rubropunctatus), 

2671. Scartes rubropunotatas (Cuvier <& Valenciennes). 

Coast of Peru and Chile, north to Panama. 

Salarias rubropunctatus Cuvier Sl Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., xi, 848, 
1836, Juan Fernandez. 

Genua 859. BT7PI8CABTES Swainson. 
Biepiscartes Swainson, Classn. Fishes, ii, 275, 1839 (atlanticus). 

2672. Rupiscartes atlanticus (Cuvier &, Valencienned). 

Tropical America, on both coasts, north to West Indies and to Todos Santos. 
Salarias atlanticus Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. P0198., xi, 321, 1836, 
Atlantic Ocean. 

Genns 860. ENTOMACBODUS GiU. 
Entomacrodus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1859, 168 {nigricans), 

2673. Entomacrodus chiostictus (Jordan &, Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Salarias chiostictus Jordan <& Gilbert, Synopsis, 363, 1883, Mazatlan, Mexico. 



* Differs from Salarias iquadripinnis) lu Iho ooul\iv>\o>x% Oiovw2L\ \xo v*%,\»xVi\ ^^^JcoxaRj^x 



472 BKPOKT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND P18UEKIEI 

2674. EDtomaoroduB maigBiitaceua (I'o«,v), 

Cubu. 

Salari<i~ niargarilaeni- I'oey, UuDiurius, ll. 28{l. 1861, Cuba, 

2675. Bntomacrodus decoratua Pwy. 

L'uW. 

F.alomacroiluf deroralun ?o«f, l^yuopsin, 398, I86M, I'aba. 

2676. Bntomacrodus nigrioan* (>ill. 

West lii.ikB. 

Knt-imatTOdut ligricant Dill, rrvr, Ac. Nat. Sci. I'Uilu. 1859, 168, Buttado*. 

Qtnna B61. BALAAIICBTHTB Ooiohenot. 

.Sa/HHifA%« Uuiplieuol. M.-iii. Soc. Sci. Nat. Chi-r.. xlli, 1807, tM (ledili*). 

2677. BalariictatbrB toxUlia Qiiuy A 4jniuiarit. 

West InJieH, from Bi;ruiuilus to Brazil. 

&ilariai> lejiilii Qnof & Uainiard, in Ciivier & Viilunc'itiDiMrH, lUiL KrnU 
Falsi., XI, ^m, 1896. AstenaioD ihlam]. 

GmiU SS2. OPHIOBUfJI HI U B OiU. 

(fpkiohlenniat GUI, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sici. Phila. IffKI. 103 (icrbhii), aQbatltal* 
fur Hleiinopkl»Vitieacieuavaiieebbii), not BltHHOuhit Swsiiuun, • ebum 
of CliHida. 
367S. Opbloblenaina webbil (Valenci«DnB«). 
West Indies and Canary lal.-inds. 

BlmHophii icehbii ValwooienDtaj In Weliti A Iteitbclot, 11m Canaii'-s, 1936, 
Cnuarj IsImhIb. 

2679. Ophloblenniua stetndachiieii Jordan A KTsnnanu. 

Kmt coast of Mexico. 

OjihiiiblrHiiiua Mnndarlififri.fiiTdaa A Evenuann, Fishes North Bn<) Jliildlv 
America, 18%, Mazatlan. 

Fatmly CXC7II. CB.XINOPaiD2. 
Oa&BiBSa. EHSLEMAEtA Jordaa * OUbart 

Kmblrmaria .lordiin A Cilliert. Proc. I'. S. Nat. MiiB. IWCl, Ii37 {airipta). 

2680. Emblemaila atljuitioa Jordan &■ Kvennann. 

Qalf of Meiico; Snapper Banks off Pensacola. 

EaibleiHaria nttanlica Jordan A. Gvermann, FiahtH Kortb and Hiddla Amar- 
Ica, 1896, Onlf of Mexico. 

3681. Bmblemaria nlvipea Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Pearl Ixl.ind, near Panama. 

EmbUniaria niripet Jordan A Qilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1883, eST, P«»rl 
laliind, D«ar Panama. 

Omu Se4. LUCIOBUUIBIUS OUbart. 

Laeioblentiiiu Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 103 (alrpidolaa). 

3682. Lncloblenniua alepidotna Gilbert. 

Gulf of C.tlifornia. 

LiKioblenuiH, alepidulas liUheit. I'roc, i;. S.N. M. 1890, 103, Lower California. 

Oanni BSS. PHOUSICHTHTB Blaektr. 

I'holidichlhg' KtoekiT. Itocroc, 40<>, 1857 {IramKmiaj. 

2683. PhoUdicbtbyaangullliformlB Lockincl'On. 

Gulf of California. 

J'holidichlb.,. anq.rilliforiaii Lwkiiigton, Pr(H\ Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1881, 118, 
Sail Jose iHluud, Lower Calil'nniia. 

Oeniu B6fl. PSEDHOBLERIintB Jcakina * Evermann. 

r«rfn"6'™np..» .IcnkinB & Kverni^inn. Pruc. 1.8. N.M. INKS. loSihypactlotkut). 

2684. PaednoblennluBhypacanthuB Jt-nkins A Kv.Tninnn. 

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OenuB 867. CH£H0P8I8 OilL 

Chirihpais Gill, Ann. Lye. Nat. HUt. N. Y., vui, 1865, 141, pi. 3, fig. 3 (ooellatu$). 

2685. Chaenopsis ocellatus Poey. 

Matanzas, Cuba. 

ChcenopsiB ocellatus Poey, in Gill, Ann.Lyo. Nat. Hist. N. Y., viii, 1867, 143, 
Matanzas, Caba. 

Family CXCVIII. XIPUIDIIDJB. 

■ 

OentiB 868. 8TATHM0N0Tn8 Bean. 
Staihmonotus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1888, 191 (hempUUi). 

2686. Stathmonotus hemphillii Bean. 

Key West, Florida. 

StalhmonotuB hemphillii Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 191, pi. 13, Key West, 
Florida. 

Oenns869 BBT08TEM1CA Jordan ft Williami. 

BryoBtemma Jordan &, Williams, in Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and 
Middle America, 1896 {nugator), 

2687. Bryostemma polyactooephalum (Pallas). 

Kamchatka to Paget Sound. 

BlenniuBpolyaciocephaluBVMBAj Zool. Rosso- Asiat., iii, 179, 1811, Kamchatka. 

2688 Bryostemma nugator Jordan &, Williams. 

Near Seattle, Washington. 

BryoBtemmanugator Jordan Sl Williams, in Jordan &. Evermann, Fishes North 
and Middle America, 1896, Paget Sound. 

GentiB 870. BLENHIOPHIDnni Bonlenger. "t. G^y iWc^^-A/^i^-^ 

Blenniophidium Bonlenger, Pxoc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1892, 583 (jpeiropauU), 

2689. Blenniophidium petropauli Bonlenger. 

Kamchatka. 

Blenniophidium petropauli Bonlenger, Proo. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1892, 584, Petro- 
paalovski Harbor, Kamchatka. 

OentiB 871. AFODICHtHTS Oirard. 
Jpodiohthya Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 150 (Jtavidne), 

2690. Apodichthys flavidus Girard. 

Point Conception to Vanconver Island^ 

Apodichihye flavidue Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. 1854, 150, Presidio (San Fran- 
cisco), California. 

2691. Apodichthys univitatus Lockington. 

Gulf of California. 

Apodichthys univiiatus Lockington, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1881, 118, Gulf of 
California. 

OentiB 872. XEBEBFE8 Jordan ft Oilbert 
Xererpea Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 846 (fucorum). 

2692. Xererpes fucorum (Jordan <& Gilbert). 

Coast of California. 

Apodichthys fucorum Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 139, Los 
Pinos Point, near Monterey, California. 

Oenns 878. ULVIOOLA Oilbert ft Starks. 

Ulvicola Gilbert &. Starks, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1896 (8anct€e'roS€B). 

2693. Ulvicola sanctse-rossB Gilbert &, Starks. 

Santa Rosa Island, coast of California. 

Ulvicola sancUK-rosffi Gilbert & Starke, PT<^,\3.^.'&«X».'^^>3^.'V5i8fe^^'w>^'%«w^ 
Jsiand, California, 



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474 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHERreS. 

a«niu ST4. PHOtIB (Oronow) Bjopoli. 
Photin (GroDDw) Scoiiuli. lutrqdnctiu IlUt. N'ul.456, 1T7T (pHai#niu). 

2694 PholUgttimeIlua(Liiiuii;aii). Gunnel; Pulur-fiih. 
JJortli Atlaiitic, ninth to Cnpo Cud. 
iflFnNiHi ^HBimllut Liuniuua, Syst. N»t.,(Kl. xii, t. U3, 17GS, AtUntlc (tptmti. 






2696. Pholla ornatua (tliiiird). 
Sail l-'mnctBci) to AIubK*. 
OunnfllHt ornalt" (Jinird, Proc. Ar, Kut. Sci. Philu. 1N51, 149, ITcBiUlii (Son 

■ )o). Culifon.' 



SI. Paul iHlanil, Alnska. 

iturimoidt-^ vnuillarii llenn, Prno. V. 8. Nut. Mna. IKKl, 147, 8t. Pkiil IiImmI. 

Alusku. ^'Vvr*^ ■ 

Qsnui 8TS. RHOSTKEHIC^raTB Jordui t Erermmiui. 

nho'hjimTiichlhyA Ji-riijiii A Kvcrniami. iiew f;t'"ns ( rBlnrrtmn*), 
269B. RhodjrmeiiichthjrsdollchogaBter (PiiIIbb). 
Kiiorlmtku uiid Alpuilmi IglrmilK. 
lilenniKh dohiho-jaaUr I'iillaij, Zuogr. BoBSi.-ABitlt., Ill, ITS, IMll, Kniiir'batlia. 

2699. RbadymenichthyB mberiimuB (C'livier .It VulQm'k'iiiira). 

BeriugSeaauilneijjbbonug waters; Karil Ulaudx and Itubbsii lalaiiil ; •lao 

frnm Co|>|>i^r imd Iterio; jbUikIb. 
UHtmtlltii riihaiTimita Uuviir & VnleacieuiieB, HiHt. Nftt. PulM,, Xiv, 4(0, 
^ ' Kuril IsluDds (ufter PollasJ. 

2700. Rhodymeiiiohtfaya tienja (PaUil^*#f ..*♦* U;,ei#l»*' 

Kuril IslaudB. ' " "f 

01ei<Ni<ii. 1,1 HJa Paltna, /.oogr. Roiwo-Asiat., lu, 178, ISU, Kuril Iilkudi. 

OaniiB 876. ODHHELLOPfl BlaeksT. ~ 

Gunnellopt illeckcr, 1874 (rotrui). 

2701. Ouiuiellopa roseUB (Psilna). 

Kuril IilaDils., 

Bltnnixt Tont«, I'tillQit, Zoogr. ItusBo-Asiat., til, 178, 1811, Kuril JabuidB. 

OBnttB~8T7. ATTERHOPtEETX Bappea 

AtltrHopUT'it Itiippdl, iti (iiiuther, <'al., 111,288, 1861 {gunettifomit). 

2702. AstBinoptBryz gunellifonniB Rn|>pell. 
' " ' Creeiibiul. 

Jfternopleryx gunelH/ormit Itiippell, in GUiitber, Cat., Ill, 288, 1861, probkbly 
from Grvcnhind; t.vpu in Sen'-lii-nbur;; Museum. 

2703. Asteniopttryjc ocellatua (Tilesiiis). 

n,,hidh„,rfkfllni«» Ti1.■sill^., Miif>. A<-. St. IVI.tmI... u, •IWl. 1M11, Kamcliatko. 
Oeniu S78. AH0PLAECHF8 QiU, 

.(„.,j,;n,-W,,M(;ill.lT,.r.Ar.Niit..'-.'i. Philu. IWtil.L'til (n(rt.;.i/.j,iiror„). 

2704. Aiioplaicbua iitcopurpuceua (Killlil/). 



270S. A-ioplaichus alectrolophus ( l'»n:i 
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OeiiTU 879. XIPHI8TES Jordan & Starks. 

Xiphiatea Jordan & Starks; I*roc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895, 846 {chirua), 

2706. Xiphistes ulvse Jj^rdnn & Stacks. 

Waadda Island, Nenli Bay. •• 

Aiphtstea ulvw Jordan & Starka, Fishes Pnjjet Sonnd, in Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 
1895, 847, pi. 102, Waadda Island, Neah Bay. 

2707. Xiphistes chims (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Monterey to Alaska. 

Xiphistea chirua Jordan & Gilbert. Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 135, Los Pinos 
Point, near Monterey, California. 

OenTU 880. XIPHIDION Oirard. 

Xiphidion Girard, Par. R. R. Snrv., x, 119, 1858 {muooaum), 

2708. Xiphidion mucosum Girard. 

Monterey to Alaska. 

Xiphidion mucoanm Girard, Pac. R. R. Surv., 119, 1858, South FaraHone Island, 
off California. 

2709. Xiphidion nipestre (Jordan <& Gilbert). 

Pacific Coast, from Alaska to Monterey. 

Xiphiater rt^peatria Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 137, Monte- 
rey, California. 

OenTU 881. CEBEDICHTHYS Ayrot. 

Cebedichthya Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci., i, 1855, 59 (riolaceua), 

2710. Cebedichthys violaceus (Girard). 

San Francisco to Point Conception. 

Apodichthya violaceua Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 150, Monterey, 
California. 

Oeniu 882. FLAOIOGEAininS Bean. 
PlagiogrammuM Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1893, 699 {hapkinai), 

2711. PlagiogrammuB hopkinsi Bean. 

Monterey, California. 

Plagiogrammua hopkinsi Bean, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1893, 699, plate, Monterey 
Bay, California. 

Family CXCIX. 8TICH2EIID2S. 

Oenos 888. EUXESOOEAVKUB Oill. 
EHtneaogrammua Oill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 210 (prcrciBua), 

2712. Enmesogrammus praBcisus (Kroyer). ^ V 

/ Greenland. 

Clinua pr(tci9ua Kroyer, Naturh. Tidsskr., i, 25, 1836, Greenland. 

Oenns 884. TJLVABIA* Jordan & Evermann. 

I7/rarta Jordan dE.£vermann, new genns {auhhifurcata). 

2713. Ulvaria sabbiftircata (Storer). 

North Atlantic, sonth to Cape Cod. 
^*u^ Pholia auhbifurcatua Storer, Kept. Fish. Mass., 63,1839 (Massachusetts). 

Genu 885. BnCHJEUB Beinhardt 

Stich(gua Reinhardt, Dansk. Vidensk. Natnr. og Math. Afhandl. 1837, 109 
{panctaiua), 

2714. StiohaBoa pnnotatos (Fabric ins). 

Polar seas, sonth to Cape Cod and Alaska. 

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11, 1'roc, Ac.Nat. Sci. I'lillu. 1864. :»« (moomIoIu). 

2715. Leptoolijius maculatus (FrieH), 
Oreenliuid to Spilzbergen. 
CtiNiu mocNlalni Tries, Kgl, Vet. Ak. HftDdl. 1837. 49. tiraenlMd. 



i. Nat. Mos. 1«»0. +n (rolkrooki). 

3716. Poioollnns rathrookt Itoan. 

Ilnlwi>en Najjin and Big KoTillmbl islands, Ala«ka. 



2717, Aoiaarobug medlUB (Keinhantt). 

(irwinlanil to Xoriraf sud SpitzbergBii. 

CliHiii mciUar Ri-liihitrdt,, Dnnak. ViiToDBk. Ath. IKtt. lU, limciiUnil. 

Omiqi 8B9. LUKFSRUS fialnhudt. -1^«.^v^«.b* 

/.MStpcHix RiLDhiirdt, Danak. Viilondk. Holak. Kntnr. IKIT, lilt (j' 



2716. Lampenas anguiilails (i>alla*i. 
Sao rtJiDi'iitco to AJaskw. 

HltuBitu aaguillarii P]illas, Zoogr. Roaso-Aaiui., lU. 1T)>, It'll, kbuiil Kftov- 
diHCha; □!) di-tinite loralit;. i" 

2719, LnmpepuBjTii«finiin(l''almoiua>:-<<^^<*-. K^.'.'-J<^if~^ 
Btmnin* (..jji/.cnih t'ubriaiiis, l-'auaa Qm'ul., lol, 1870, GlV'Vlaiid. 

2730. Xjiunpenns nutckajrl (Oilbert). 
\iiHhneak Kivpr, Alai.kn. 

Ltplahh-u„.:<- m,i,Uuf irill„.rt. Rrpt. ir. 8.Fiihrom, 1B93 (189^. 450. pi. 32 
Nu»li:i;;,U. I.'iwi, M,ib1.,i. 

taiu 890. LXnOBLEnmraffilL 

J>jitobkB4!>^AllCWoVAor^9*sg«n««UA,^^ 
MHW" LBPTOBLK!<IIIDS «IIL 

3731. Leptoblennina aetpauticiu (Storer). 
Cap« Cod to Greenland. 

Btmnit* terpentinu* Btorer, Ptoo. Boat. Soo. Kat. Hist., iii, 1848, 30, no 
localitj. 

2733. Ii«ptobleDii]ii« lamp«tr«efbnDia (Walbaoni). 

(Greenland to Norway and Spitzberfjun. 

IllfnKiu. lampetrirforiHit Wutbauiu, .Vrtedi I'iscium. VH. 1192, nu locality. 



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FamUy CC. CRTPTACAKTHODID2S. The 'Wry-moutho. 

GenoB 892. DEL0LEFI8 Bean. 

DehUpis Bean, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1881, 465 {virgatun), 

2725. Delolepis virgatus Bean. 

Coasts of British Columbia and southern Alaska, south to Pnget Sound. 
DeloleptB nrgatus Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1^1, 466, Kingcombe Inlet, 
British Columbia, and Port Wrangel, Alaska. 

Oenoa 898. CBTFTACANTHOBES Storer. 

Cryptacanthodes Storer» Kept. Fishes Massachnsetts, 28, 1839 {matmlatua). 

2726. Cryptacanthodes maoulatus Storer. 

North Atlantic, south to Cape Cod. 

Cryptacanthodes tnaculaius Storer, Rept. Fish. Mass., 28, 1839, Maasaehosetta. 

Genus 894. LTC0HSCTE8 Gilbert 

Lycouectw Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 446 (aUmtenais), 

2727. Lyconectes aleatensis Gilbert. 

Aleutian Islands. 

LyconecieM aleutenniti Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 446. pi. 34, 
near Unalaska. 

Family CCI. ANARHICHADID2I. The Wolf-Fishes. 

Genus 896. AHAB^ICHAB (Artedi) Linnsus. 
JnarhichaM (Artedi) Linnaeus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 247, 1758 (lupu8), 

Sobi^enoR ANABHICHA8 Llaavni. 

2728. Anarhichas lupus Linntnus. Wolf-fish. 

North Atlantic, south to Cape Cod and France ; rather oommon in America 

and Europe. 
AnarhxchoH lupua Linnteus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 247, 1758^, no definite locality. 

2729. Anarhichas minor Olafsen. 

North Atlantic, on both coasts, chiefly north of the Arotio Circle. 
Anarrhichaa minor Olafsen, Reise in Island, 592, 1772, Iceland. 

2730. Anarhichas lepturus Beau. 

Alaska. 

Anarrhichai lepturua Bean, Proc. IJ. S. Nat. Mus., ii, 1879, 212, St. MichaelSy 
Alaska. 

2731. Anarhichas orientalis Pallas. 

Alaska. 

Anarrhichaa orientalia Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., ill, 77, 1811, Alaska. 

Ksb^ensi LTC1CHTHT8 OIU. 

Lycichihya Gill, Ann. Record Sci. Indus. 1876 (1877), p. clxvii {latifrona), 

2732. Anarhichas latifrons Steenstmp &. Hallgrimsson. 

North Atlantic, on both coasts; chiefly north of the Arotio Circle (Europe). 
Anarrhickaa l<Uifnma Steenstmp Sl Uailgrimsson, Forh. Skand. Naturf., 3 
die Mote, 1842, G47. 

Genus 896.' AHABBHIGHTHT8 Ayres. 
Anarrhiehikya Ayres, Proc. Gal. Ao. Sci., i, 1855, 32 {aeellaiua), 

2733. Anarrhichthys ocellatus Ayres. 

Pacific Coast, from Monterey north to Vn.K«t ^Q\m^. 

Anarrhichthys ooelUUua Ayres, Proc. Ca\. kc. %«.\.,\,\^^»>^V^««^^^*=^'^^^'' 



478 REPOKT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Family CCIL CHRDJUiICiS. 
Ocon* S9T. CSBDALE Jordan & QillwTt. 

f '(Tdufc Jordttu A. Oilbuct, Bull. U.S. Fish Com, 1881,332 (*o«I**r). 

2734. CerOale iontbas Jurdau ^t (iilbert. 

Pauiima. 

Ctrdate -on/Aa* .Jordan A Gilbert, Bull, U. S. Fish Com. 1881, 332, 1'MUD*. 

OeDoi 898. HICSOSESHUS Onnther, 

Sticroiieimui (.iilnther, Pruc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 18&I, 26 ((Ii>u«j. 

2735. MlorodaamuB dlpua Glinther. 

PaciHc, CoOAt of tropical Aninrioa. 

Alicrttdttmiif dipui (liiuther, Pruc. Zool. Soc. Loud., January 3(>, 1864. 4, pL 3, 
lie- '^t Central Amoriou. 

2736. HlcTocIeemiiB retroplunla .lordaa & (iilbKit. 

Mi,TB<h»mu~ ic(™j)iBi.i» Jordan i (Jilbert, Bull. V. S. F. C. IS81,331, Fiuuiu. 
Family CCIII. PTILICHTHYlD^a]. Th« QuiU-Pl«Jiefc 

', 1881, 157 Igoodei). 

2737. PtUlohttayB goodel Ueaa. 

Aluutian Islam) 8. 

I'liliclilhg, goodri Bean, Proc. V. 8. Nat. Mub., iv, 1S81, 157, Port tflTwliolT, 

Vaniaaka. 

Qtoup OPHIDIOIDGI. Tbe Eel-PonU. 
Family CCIV ZOARCIDAB. 
Osani 900. ZOAKCES Caiiet. 

Zoar<x» CuTior, K.jiae Aoimal, l-iI. 2, u. W>, 182!) (Hriptini*). 
8Ur«u XICBOZOAKCEK. 

Maerotoarca Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. So. Philtt. 1863, 258 {a%gMlari*). 

2738. Zoaroea angatllaiiB (Peck). 

Delaware to Labrador; rather oommou northward. 

Bienriiat anguillarit Peek, Mem Amei. Ac. Soi., ii, 1804, 46, New Hunpabln. 

0«aiu901. LTCODOFBn Collett 
Lyrodopm CoUett, Proo. Zool. Soo. Lond. 1879, 381 (padfitM). 

2739. Iiycodopsis pacUona Collett. 

Sau Francisco to Puget SoDnd. 

Lycode* < LtirodopKU) pacific^* Collett, Proo. Zool. Soc. Load. 1879, 381, BMid 
to be ftom Japan; doabtlesa on error. 

2740. Lycodopoia crotalinus Oilbert. 

NortbiTii Pariiir' aud off S.iut.i Itarb.ira IslaDda. 
ij/iWu(,.-M irolaliRW, (iilbert. Proc. V. S. N:it. Mub. 
l)i>r:L IslaudH, at AlbatroBit Station '£)!»>, iu 6U3 

2741. Lycodopsis crassilabrlB Gilbert. 

ConHt of soutlinni California. 

Li/cudaii'if cra-«,labHii Gillx'rt. Proc. U. .S. Nat. Mus. IKK), 106, off Bontbem 
(.'uliforiMU, at Albalroas Station l'H39. 

Osaoi 902. AFBODON Gilbert 

Aprodiia Uilbtrt, Prue, U. S. Nat. Mus. 1800. 106 <ciir[f.:iana). 

2742. Aptodou oorteiian» Gilbert. ■*— 
Carter U.iiilis, near Snn Dicj-o. CaWnrnin. 

Jjuvilan ,orU:ia«a Gilbert. Prm. VI. S.'^aV.^Ws.V 
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Oenns 908. LTCOBES Beinhardt. 

LycodcH Roinhardt, Kungl. Danske Vidensk. Selsk. Naturv., Math. Afh., vii, 
1838, 153 {vahli), 

Subgenus LYCODES Roinhardt. 

2743. Lycodes vahli Reinhardt. 

Coast of Greenland. 

Lycodes vahli Reinhardt, Kou. Dan. Vidensk. ^elsk. Nat. Math. Afli.^ vii, 1838, 
153, pi. 5, Greenland. 

2744. Lycodes esmarki Collet t. • •• .- * .j, j» ;-•' 

North Atlantic; Gulf Stream, in about latitude 40°, to Finmark and JRpitz- 
bergen. .* * 

Lycodes esmarki Collett, Norges Fiske, 95, 1874, American si>eoimen8, from 
the Gulf Stream in about latitude 40^. 

2745. Lycodes zoarchus Goode & Bean. 

Atlantic Ocean, off Nova Scotia. 

Lycopodes zoarchus Goode «& Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 308, 1896, off l^ova Scotia, 
in 130 fathoms. 

2746. Lycodes reticiilatus Reinhardt. 

North Atlantic, from Greenland south to Narragansett Bay ; also northern 

Europe. 
Lycodes reticulatus Reinhardt, Kon. Dan. Vid. Selsk., 1838, 153, Greenland. 

2747. Lycodes perspicillam Kroyer. 

Off southern Newfoundlan^l. 

Lycodes perspicillum Kriiyer, Dansk. Vidensk. Selsk. Afbandl., xi, 1845. 

2748. Lycodes Irigidas Collett. 

Atlantic, of!' New England Coast. 

Lycodes frigidus Collett, Forh. Vid. Selsk. Christ. 1878, Nos. 14, 45, near Spitz- 
bergen. 

2749. Lycodes palearis Gilbert. 

Bristol Bav Alaska 

Lycodes palearis Giibert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 454, Bristol Bay, 
Alaska, at Albatross Stations 3253 and 3254, in 36 and 46 fathoms. 

2750. Lycodes brevipes Bean. 

Aleutian Islands. 

Lycodes brevipes Bean, Proc. U. S. iJa^. Mus. 1890, 38, between Unga and Nagai 
islands, in 110 fathoms. 

2751. Lycodes ooocinens Bean. t Ji: lUtA^'i;^ , 

Big Diomede Island, Bering Strait. ' 

Lycodes ooccinews Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., iv, 1881, 144, Big Diomede 
Island, Bering Strait. 

2752. Lycodes nebulosas Kroyer. 

Greenland. 

Lycodes nebitlosus Kroyer, Kon. Dan. Vidensk. Sel. 1814, 140, Greenland. 

2753. Lycodes seminadus Reinhardt. 

North Atlantic, from Greenland to Spitzbergen. 

Lycodes seminudus Reinhardt, Kong. Dansk. Selsk, etc., 1838, 233, Owenah, 
Greenland. 

Genu 904. LTGENCHELT8 OilL 
Lycenchelys Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila, 188-1, 180 (murcena), 

Sabgenoi LTCENCHELT8 GUL 

2754. Lycenchelys verrillii (Goode & Bean). 

Coast of Massachusetts and north waul. 

Lycoden rernlUi Gootlo & Beau, Am. Jo\xx. ^t\. Kt^, ^w, \«V^ MVV^^rv \k^s^ 
Bonth and west of Chobucto Vlead, ueiiT W«AUwl. 



480 BEPOET OP COMMISSIONER OV KI8H AND FISHEKIES. 

3755. Lyoencbelys paxUloB (Gootlo &. Beuu). 

Gulf Stresm. 

Lt/codtH paiiUat Gomle & Beaa, Proi-. C. S. Xnl. Mim. IHTt). 4J, l>etirMn 
Have noil gable IkUqiI llankn. 

3756. Lyoeuobelys porifet (Gilbert), 

Off Lowsr Callfomla. 

l^iode. uorifer Gilhert, Proc. T. S. Nat. Mus, 1H90. Iftl. off I^mnr l^altfori: 
, at AlUtTiwB SMUoD 3009, in MiT fatlioniB. 

mtim>< FrnCKLLi Jordun t Exraui. 
/WtvKa JonliiQ &' Kvenuann, KIbIim N. anil M. Anirr., IXlHi < dia}if«rHi ) , 
27ST. LjcanchelfB diapt«ruB (Gilbert). 
Coaats of California and Oregon. 
Lfoodei diapleruK Gilbert. Proe. U. ti.N. M. IS9I. 5M. ott couat of Oreirun, ftt ' 
AlbEttrosaSUtiona 2893,2896, and otbent, in K> t<i »7e fatliuHM. 

'. Z., X, No. 5, aw, iHKt (mirabilU). 
2758. LycodoDiiB mlrabilia Gooilo & Itean. 
Off tbo New England Coiut. 

LjrcsftaniM miraittl* Goode Jk Beuu, Ball. Mna. Coup. Zool., x, No. S, alHL 
188S, latitude 38- 20 8 N., longUnde 73f- 2H' 30" V.. in 740 ralboma. 

OMtu »0e. LTCODAIEPIS BlMket. 

LgcodaltpU Ble«ket. Verl. Aka<l. Aiuat., cd. u. viii, 3A9 (mwwM). 

3759. Iiycodalepia mucoana (Kichanlsnii). 
t Arctic VojAgA, 3(il!, pi. 'X, iKSn, Nortb- 

3760. LTOodalopia toinvri (Itean). - ^, i,>4A«^ 

Nortlum Alanka. ' ,' 

/.ffowir^ lumen Be.in. I'ror. T". S- \nt, Miio. 1S7«. -IW. Si, Michaels, Ala«k». 

3761. Ljroodalepla poUrla (Sabine). 

Coaat of north Georgia. 

BUnniut polari* Sabine, Party's Jonr., Voyage 1819-20, Sapp., 212, North 

Qmta ttn. IXOCfMEMi. OSOmt. 

Lyatnema Gilbert, Kept. U. 8. Fiah Com. 189» (1896). 471 (barbatum). 

3762. LyoonamA barbatnin Qilbert. 

Coast of Alaska. , 

Lyamema barbahtm Gilbert. R«pt. V. 8. Fisb. Com. 1893 (1896), 471, pi. 36, 
ooaat of Alaska, at Albatnuia Station 3129. in 204 fathoms. 

Omiu 908. KATHEA Coimuigham. 
ilagnta Cuouiugliam, Traus. Liuii. So.\. \ xvii. -171. 1871 ijMiragonica). 

3763. Maynea puailla Bean. 

Coast of Alaska, n.irth of Cnaliiska. 

^aynta p«filla Bean, Proc. U. fi. \at. Mus. 1890.3!). Aluutian Islands, latl- 
tud.- 55- 10' X., longitude 160- 18 W.. in 110 fathi.ni!.. 

2764. Maynea bruimea Bean. -- ^ ''^'^.^-.J'^ ' 

North Pacific, UnalaBka; Bouthorn California. 

Jfdya.« brxasea Bean, Proc. ■'. S. Nat. Mus. 1890. 39. latitude 33- 08 \., Ion- 

gitmle 118- 40' W., uIT ^un Cliinente Island, soutboru California, in 414 

fathoniH. 

2765. Maynea stigma (Lajr A- Bennett). 

fiotzobiie .''otiud. 

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Genus 909. BOTHBOCAKA Bean. ^ rK^>v c a. 
Bothrocara Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 38 {mollis). 

2766. Bothrocara mollis Bean. 

Coast of British Columbia. 

Bothrocara mollis Beau, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 39, off Qaeen Charlotte 
Islands, in 876 fathoms. 

Genus 910 GTKNELIS Seinhardt 

Gymnelis Reinhardt, Dansk. V idensk. Selsk. Af handl., vii, 1838, 131 (viride), 

2767. Oyninelis virldis Reinhardt. 

Arctic seas, south to Alaska and Nova Scotia. 

Gymnelis viridiH Reinhardt, Dansk. Vidensk. Selsk. Afh., vii, 1838, 131, 
Greenland. 

Genus 911. LTCOCABA Gill. 
Lycocara Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1884, 180 (parHi). 

2768. Lycocara parrii (Ross). 

Bamns Bay. 

Ophidium parrii Ross, Parry's Third Voyage, App. 109, 1826, Bafflns Bay. 

Genus 912. MELAHOSTIGMA Oiinther. 
MelanoHiUjma Giintber, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1881, 21 (gelatinosum), 

2769. Melanoatigma gelatinosum Giinther. 

Deep waters of the western Atlantic ; originally known from the Straits of 
Magellan, but since obtained in various localities from Cape Cod to the 
West Indies. 

MelanoHtifjma gelatinofium Giinther, Proc. Zool. Soc. Lond. 1881, 21, pi. 2, 
fig. A, Straits of Magellan. 

2770. Melaiiostigina pamxnelas Gilbert. 

Coast of Alaska. 

MelanoHtigma pammelaa Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 472, pi. 

35, coast of Alaska, at Albatross Station 3202, latitude 36"^ 46' 10" N., 

longitude 121'=' 58' 45'' W., in 382 fathoms. 

Family CCV. SCTTALINID^S. 

Genus 913. SCYTALIHA Jordan ft CKlbert. 
Scytalina Jordan &, Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 266 (oerdale). 

2771. Scytalina oerdale Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Straits of Juan de Fnca, Waadda Island, near Cape Flattery. 
Seytalina cerdale .Jordan Sl Gilbert^ Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas., in, 1880, 266, 
Waadda Island, Neah Bay. 

FandlyCCVI. DBREPODICUTU Y iDJB. 

Genus 914. DSBEP0BICHTHT8 Gilbert 

Derepodichihya Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 456 (alepidotH$), 

2772. Derepodichthys alepidotns Gilbert. 

Coast of British Colnmbia, off Queen Charlotte Island. 
Derepodichthys alepidotusQilhett, Rept. U. S. PMsh Com. 1893(1896), 456, Queen 
Charlotte Island, at Albatross Station 3342, in 1,588 fathoms. 

Family CCVIL OPHIDIID2S. 

Genus 915. LBPOPHIDinX Gill. 

Lepophidium Gill. Am. Nat., XXIX, 1895, 167, substitute for Leptophidium 
Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 210 (profundorum)'^ preoccupied in 
Serpents by Leptophidium Hallowell, 1860. 

2773. Iiepophidium marmoratnm (Goode &, Bean). 

Gulf Stream. 

Leptophidium marmoratum Goode & Beai\,PTO<i.\3.>i.'^«k\..>A\».'N^5>^^as»>'N»iCN^ 
tiuh 23- 10' 39" N., longitude 82^ ^O" ^1" ^ ./m^IV^ l^\Xiwn&. 
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4B2 RKPORT OF COHMIHSIONER OF FISH AND FISUEHIES. 

2774. Lepopbldlum eminelBB (Gilbert}. 
CnaHt of Lower California. 

Ltplaphiilium emnttat Gilbert. Proo. U. ». Nat. Uus, 1^ 
California, at Albatroaa StutioQs 3007 aud 9008, i 

277S Lepophidium BtlBinaU«tium {Gilberll. 
Const of Lower Callfuniia. 
LtptophldiHiH «(jgmali*liuni Gilbert, Pro 
Califoru'" -* ■"-' =■--.-—."" 

2776. Iispopbtdlnm profundorum (Gill). 

Oiilf Stronm, off tliu coaal of KloriJa. 

LrpiophidiaiH profundorHm (iill. Prw. Ao. Nat. Sci. Flula. 1863, 311, Oalf 

StrL-am. off the touat of rioriila. 

3777. Lepopbldlum oenrlnum (Gouilo it Boau}, 
Gulf StroniLi. 
Lcplophidiam cer'-iniiia Gnoile & Ku&d, i'ruv. U. H. Nal. Mua. IS85, t2S. MP OV 

K,, GtK 56' W., depth 76 fatlioms, 

2778. LepopUdium proratea (Jorilnu &. Ilollman). 

r»naiiLa, and smith of Painuna. 

Lyiloplxidium prorattt .lordaii A Kolliuaii. I'roc. IJ. S. Mat. Mua. 1889. 172. 
Panama, aud aoiilb of Panama. 

2779. LepopMdium brevlbarbe (Cnviar). 

West Indii'H nud Itrazil. 

Opkidium hreiibarbt Cnpier, Hi-gue Animal, ed. 2, II, 358, 1828 ( Urazil>. 

2780. Lepopbldlum patdale (Gilbert). 

Lower ('»lifoniia. 

Lfpiophidiuiii ixtrdaUGilbtiTt, Pro«. U.S. N. H. 1890, 106. off Lower Cklifarni*. 

27B1. Iiepopbidlnm mlctoleplB (Gilbert). 
I.ower California. 

Leptophidiam mia^Upit Gilbert, Proa. U. 8. Nat Mob. 1890, 109, off Lower 
Califoruift. 

Osniu 91A. OtRUnOM (ArMdl) Unnaiu. Cuik-aeli. 

Opkidion (Artedi) Linnniu, Syat. Nat., ed, x, 269, 1758 {barbatum). 

2782. Ophldioa beaoi Jordan &, Gilbert. 

Gulf of Mexico; Snapper Banks olT Punaaoola, Florida. 
Opkidion brant .lordao it Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mue. 1883, 13, Snapper 
BaulfH off Penaacola. 

2763. Opbldlon holbrooki (Putnam). 

Kny Wo«t, i-|orida; (;ulf of Mexico. 

Ilpkidiiim holbrooki Putnam, Proc. Bast. Sac. Nat. Hist. 1874, 34^. Key West, 
Florida. 

2784. Opbldlon graellsi Pooy. 

Cuba. 

OiihidioH gritllii Poe,v, Memoriag, ii, 425, IS*M. Havnua. 

Oeniu BIT. CHTLAEA * Jordan & Evermann. 

Ckilara Jordan & Evenuaon, ntw genua (lai/lori). 

2785. Chilara taylori (Girard). 

Coa.tt of L'iiltfornia, from Monterey t< 
6>plt iifiuni tagluri Gir.ird, Pac. It. K.il'Ui 

• DIttiognitlifa from cipAufion by the «plnooBtt.«opetc\e. ■n»a«' 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 483 

Oenns 918. BIS80LA * Jordan ft Evermaxm. 
liisaola Jordan & Evennann, new genns (marginatum), 

2786. Riasola marginata (DeKay). 

South Atlantic Coast uf United States, from New York sonth to Pensacola. 
Ophidium marginatum DeKay, New York Fauna: Fishes, 315, 1842, New York 
Harbor. 

OenuB 919 OTOPHIDIUM Oill. 

Otopkidium Gill, in Jordan, Cat. Fish. N. A., 126, 1885 (omo8tigma). 

2787. Otophidlum omostigma (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola Snapper Ranks. 

Genypterus omontigma Jordan cl Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. MuB. 1882, 301, 
Pensacola Snapper Banks. 

2788. Otophidium indefotigabile Jordan &, Bollman. 

Indefatigable Island, Galapagos Archipelago. 

Otophidium indefatigabile Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 172, 
Indefatigable Island in the Galapag^fo Archipelago. 

2789. Otophidium galeoidea Gilbert. 

Coast of Lower California. 

Ophidian galeoides Gilbert, Proc. U.S.N.M. 1890, 110, off Lower California. 

Family CCVni. L7CODAPODID2]. 

Oenns 920. LTCODAPUB Oilbert. 
Lycodapua Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 107 (fieroifer), 

2790. Lycodapus dermatinus Gilbert. 

Coast of California, in deep water. 

Lycodapus dermatinus Gilbert; Kept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 471, pi. 35, 

coast of California, at Albatross SUtion 3162, 37^ 54' 10 ' N ., 123^ 30' W., 

in 552 fathoms. 

2791. Lycodapus fierasfer Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of America, Lower California to Washington, in deep water. 

Lycodapu9 flerasfer Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 108, off Lower Cali- 
fornia and Washington, at Albatross Stations 2980, 3010, and 3072, in 610 
to 1,005 fathoms. 

2792. Lyoodapua parviceps Gilbert. 

Bering Sea, north of Unalaska Island. 

Lycodapus ;>arHcM)« Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 455, Bering 
Sea, north of Unalaska Island, at Albatross Station 3324 in 109 fathoms. 

2793. Lycodapus eztensus Gilbert. 

Bering Sea, north of Unalaska Island. 

Lycodapus ejiensus Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 455, Bering Sea, 
north of Unalaska Island, at Albatross Station 3324, in 109 fathoms. 

Family CCIZ. FIERA8FXSRID2I. 

Oenns 921. FIERASFEB Cayier. 
Fierasfer Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 1, ii, 239, 1817 (imherhis), 

2794. Fierasfer dubius Putnam. Pearl-fish. 

Lower California to Panama; especially common about the Pearl Islands, 

off Panama. 
Fierasfer dubius Putnam, Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist. 1874, 344, Pearl Islands. 

2795. Fierasfer arenicola Joi'dan & Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of Mexico. 

Fierasfer arenicola Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. I8gt, 3l^^ 
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484 BEPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

3796. Fierasfer bonnudensla (.Iodcb). 

Wcat IndieH. recorded frnm Bnmiiida, llnvanis Key WMt.oiid St.TboniAa. 
l.efrotita bermadtHtii Jones, Zoolngist, Januarf , IHTt, ^)838, Itcnundn. 

Familr OCX. BROTOIiIDS]. 

Omiiu 922. BBOmXA Cnnsi. 

liTofala Cuvi(>r, lii-gne Auima!,ed. 2, tt, 335, 1S2U (barhatut). 

3797. Brotnla barbata llilucb & SohD«i(ler|. 

Wt-et Indies. 

Enehehjopua barbatiu Bluch &. ScIiDSlder, Syst. Ichtli., 62, 1801, Haruiit ; aflvr 

Oenni 923. S IR EKfcTICUTHYS Blftoker. 

Ilhiemalichtli^., ItWker, Datai'. 318, 1855 (JluooiFfoiilfi). 
279B. Oiuematichthys veutralla (Gill.i. 

iMVhT raliftirnlLi, nliout Cupe San Lacaa, 

liro'iiifJiikijcii rfiiirulit bill. Proc. Ac. Xat. Soi. I'liila. 1803. 253. Cape San 

Oenni &84. BB08H0PHTCI8 OiU. 

Jirotvtophgeit Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sol. PLllu. 18ti3, :jQ3 imarginalui). 

2799. BroBmophycis margtnatna (Aynw). 

Sbu FnuiciHcu, Califuriiia. 

ilroiiniHi lunr^iRdfua Ayn-B, Prui'. Cal. Ac. Sci., i, IS&l. 13. Bay af Ssn 

eeniu 8Sfi, BTTHTTES Rsinhudt, 

Hf/lhile-' KeiDhnrdt, Dauak. Videnak. Selak. AfliuuiU., Vti, 1838, ITH (/Btoiia). 

2800. Bytbites (uscna Keiubardt. 

The odIj- Kperimon known, dow In tlie mnMnin lit CopODbagen, ws« ol(teiD«d 

in Un'onlnnd lialf a ceDtiiry ago. 
nyail,-/»iri„ Uciiili!.r.lt, Uauak. Videnak. Sclsk. Afh. 183B, 171*, (Irecnlaud 

0«iiui 928. CATSTYZ OiinthaT. 

Call! tyx Giltitber, Cballeuger Eeport, xxii, IM, 1S87 <iMa*ien). 

2801. Oataetyz nabitroatiiB Gilbert. 

Count of California south of Point Conception, in deep v 



e«i<u 9S7. BAB&THBODBinrB Goods * Bmii. 
BarathTodtmui GoD<le& Dean, Bull. M. C. Z., X, No. 5, 2 

2802. Baiathrodemus manatlJinB Goods 6l Ilean. 

Gulf Stream, nortli of Itormiidas. 

11X1, 1883, 33- bl -M" . 
Osnu S28. DICHULEITE Ooode b Bean. 

IMtr-il-itc lluodu kV Kenn. Uull.Miis.CoDip.ZooL, x, No. 5, 20-2,1883 (intro- 

2803. DiCToleue intronigta Gooile il- It«au. 

Gulf r>troain, from latitude !.'< to 40^ Dnrth. 

I^ivrolrii' inl'onigra lioodu .V Itcuu. Bull. Mils. Conip. ZooL, x,No.5, 202, 1883, 
Gulf Stream, latitude 34-. 

Oenni 929. DICBOMITA Ooode & Bean. 

IHrrumila Goodf A Ueiin, (>tr:iii. kblb., 311), 1896 (agaati:ii). 

2804. Dlcromita agasBizil Houdc .V Beuu. 

Oir C;rau;i<(a. 

I>icraiHii,i «v<i«-i.-ii Guude &, Beau, 0';ea,u.l';til,^i.,W>,\W3^,'»ffi tiTMa&^.'a^ 
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OenoB 930. BARATHROHUB Ooode ft Bean. 

Barathrmm Goode <& Bean, Bull. Mas. Comp. Zool., xii, 164, 1883 (bioolor), 

2805 Barathronua bicolor Goode & Bean.- 

Off Guadaloupe Island, in deep wator. 

BarathronuH bicolor Goode &. Bean, Bnll. Mas. Comp. Zool., xii, 164, 1883, off 
Guadaloupe, at Blake Station 71, in 769 fathoniH. 

OenoB 931. MIX0HTJ8 Oiinther. 
MixonuH Gliother, Challenger Report, xxii, 108, 1887 (laticq^ff). 

2806. Mizouus laticepa (GUnther). 

Mid- Atlantic, in deep water. 

BathynectcH laticeps Giintber, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 20, mid-Atlantic^ 
at Challenger Station 104, in 2,5W) fathoms. 

OenoB 932. BATHTQHUB Ooode it Bean. 
Bathyonus Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas., vui, 1885, 603 (catena). 

2807. Bathyonus compresaua (GUnther). 

Challenger Stations 184, off Raine Island; 205 off Philippine Islands, and 
107 in mid-Atlantic. 

Bathynectus compresttuM GUnther, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., ii, 1878, 20, mid-Atlan- 
tic, at Challenger Station 107, in 1,5(X) fathoms. 

2808. Bathyonus catena Goode ^ Bean. 

Gulf Stream, at Albatross Station 2379, latitude 28^ 00' 15" N., longitude, 

87^ 42' W., in 1,467 fathoms. 
Bathyonus catena Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas., viii, 1885, 603, Galf Stream. 

Oenns 933. PENOPUB Ooode it Bean. 
PenopuB Goode Sl Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 335, 1896 {macdonaldi), 

2809. Penopus macdonaldi Goode «& Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

PenopuB macdonaldi Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 336, fig. 293, 1896, Gulf 

Stream, at Albatross Station 2716, 38^ 29' 30" N., 70^ 57' W., in 1,631 

fat boms. 

Oenns 984. BA8800IOAS OiU. 
BaBBOffigoB Gill, in Goode & Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 328, 1896 igillH). 

2810. Bassogigas gillii Goode & Beau. 

Off Cape Henlopen, Delaware. 

BasBogigaB gillii Goode <& Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 328, fig. 291, 1896, off Cape 
Henlopen, Delaware, at Albatross Station 2684, in 1,106 fatboms. 

Oenns 936. NE0BTTHITE8 Ooode it Bean. 
Ne^bythite^ Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas..l885, 600 (gillii). 

2811. Neob3rthlt4ls stelliferoldes Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. ' 

Neobytkitea BtelliferoideB Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 112, Gnlf of 

California, at Albatross Station 2996, 24^^ 30' 15'' N., 110^ 29' W., in 112 

fathoms. 

2812. Neobythites gillii Goode A: Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico. 

NeobytkiteB gillii Goode & Bean. Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1885, 601, Gnlf of 
Mexico, at Albatross Station 2402, 28"^ 36' N., 85"-' 33' W., in 111 fathoms. 

2813. Neobythites marginatas Goode & Bean. 

Off Barbados. 

NeobtfihiteB marginatus Goode & Beaiv, Y\\\V\. lAxAa.V^wK^.l^^^^^TA^A^^^'^^^i 
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486 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FI8R iND FISHERIES. 

0«iiiu 936. BENTHOCOUETES Diwde & Bmii. 
lienlhucoiiKUif <joi>du Ol Beau, 0<!uiin. IcbtL., :U7, 1896 (roftualHi). 

2B14. Beiithooom«tes robustus IGoode & llean). 

Wi-st Indies, to latUiiilii 39' N., in Gulf StreBin. 

ytobjiihilei robiutu4 Qomle & Beiui, Bnll, Ma«. Camp. Zool., xa, 161, 1883, 

uff MoroL'SBlle. Cubn. 

emu 837, POROGADUB Ooods t Bean. 

/'oro^odus Uoode A. Itenu, I'roc. U. S. Nat. Mu». 18^, 002 (miW). 

2815. Forogadna niUea (iocHle ^ Beau. 

Atbtittio Coiiet olf l>olaware IS9V, in deep wat«r. 

I'oroiadHi miUi Goods & Bean, rroo. U. S. Nat. Mtia, 1SS5, 603, at AlUntiiMu 
Station 2230, 3ii^ 2T N., 73= 2' W,, in l,16e futlionui. 



2816. BaBBosotuB catena (iooilo A Beau. 
,Gi.lf of MMico, iodeepfli 



2817. Basaosetns nonnalls Gill. 

Wrnt ImlieH, off Dominica to 40^ north latititda, in region of Golf StrMuu- 
Baifoniui oarmalif Gill. Pron. IJ. fl. Nat. M118. ItfeS, 25!). Gulf Ktreoni, at Alba- 
troiioStnliou 2CH2,3!^ 33' N.,68°26' 45'' W., in 1,553 fatLom*. 

2818. BsBSoaetus compieaans Goode tit Bean. 

liiill' of Mexino, in deep vriit«r. 

Oa'to:i:lui f^mpreiittt (ioode St Elenn,Orean.Irhtb..322, 1896,28° 00' 16" N., 

67- 42' W.. in 1,4G7 fathomB. (QilnlUer, Aun. and Mag. Hat Hist., ii. 

1878, 20,8oeujH to bo the original deacription.) 

Ocnnt 938. NXMATONUB Oimtlier. 
yematonat OUntber, ChallengeT Report, xxii, tU, I8S7 {peeUmtlii). 

2819. HematODOB pectoialia (Goodo & Bean). 

Gnlf of Mexico, and olT Dominira. 

BathfOHHt pccloralit Goode & B«an, Ptoc. U. 8. Nat. Mm. 1885, 604, AlbattOM 

Station 2380, 28° 03' 30" N., 87° 43' 45" W.,in 1,430 fathonu. 

0«nni 940. AfHYORVB OiiathBr. 
AphgoHui GUntlier, Ann. Mag. Not. Hist., u, 18T8, 22 (gelalino$>u). 

2620. Aphjonns molUa Ooode & Bean. 

Gulf uf Mu^iico. in deep water. 

A/ihyonHt mollii Goode & Beau, Bnll, Mns. Comp. Zool,, x 

Mi'Xico.iit Bl,ikoWtatiou221,24~'36' N., 84^ 5' W.,iu 

OeniiB 941. LUCIFIIOA Posy. 

Luci/ugu Poty, Meuiurina, n, 95, 1860 ('ubterrannu). 

2821. Luclfuga aubterrauea Poi'y. />.- Ckgo. 

Lud/nga 'iiblrrrnviui Pocy, Metnoriaa, n, 96, 1800, Caves of San Antonio in 

Pbila. 1863. 252 (dentala). 

2822. StygicoladentataPncv. 

Luci/iiga dentalae I'oey, MemoTias, u,V<yi,\B*i'l,ca'Je o^ Cii.i\ii, C^Ni^. 



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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 487 

Suborder CRANZOMI. 

Family CCXI. TRIQIiID^I. The Qumards. 

OenoB 943. PBI0N0TU8 LaeepMe. Gurnards. 
Prionotua Lac^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 37, 1802 (evolana), 

2823. PrionotuB birostratua Richardson. 

Gulf of Fonseca, west coast of Central America. 

Prionotua birostrattts Richardson, Voy. Salphur, Ichthyology, pt. ii, 81, April, 
1845, Galf of Fonseca, west coast of Central America. 

2824. Prionotua g3rmno8t6thua Gilbert. 

Gnlf of California. 

Prionotua gymnoaietkus Gilbert, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1891, 559, Gulf of Call- 
fomia, in shallow water. 

2825. Prionotua zeniama Jordan & Bollman. 

Pacific Ocean, off coast of Colombia. 

Prionotua xeniama Jordan <& Bollman, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1889, 169, Pacific 
Coast of Colombia. 

2826. Prionotua loziaa Jordan. 

Pacific Coast of Central America. 

Prionotua loxiaa Jordan, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1895, Pacific Ocean, south of 
Panama. 

2827. Prionotua egretta Goode <& Bean. 

Btirbados. 

Prionotus egretta Goode &, Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 465, 1896, off Barbados. 

2828. Prionotua carolinua (Linnffius). Common Qurnard, 

Cape Ann to South Carolina, chiefly northward. 

THgla Carolina Linnsens, ** Mantissa 176 f 528" Carolina. 

2829. Prionotua scitulua Jordan. 

South Atlantic coast of United States, Beaufort to St. Augustine. 
Prionotua aoiiulua Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1882, 288, Beaufort 

2830. Prionotua roaens Jordan & Evermann. 

Gulf of Mexico; Tampa Bay: Peneacola. 

Prionotus roaeua Jordan &, Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mua. 1886, 470, off 
Tampa Bay, Florida. 

2831. Prionotua alatna Goode & Bean. 

Off Charleston, South Carolina. 

Prionotua alatua Goode & Bean, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., X, 210, 1883, deep 
sea off Charleston, South Carolina. 

2832. Prionotua milea Jenyns. 

Galapagos Islands. 

Prionotua milea Jenyns, Zool. Beagle, Fishes, 29, pi. 6, 1842, Chatham Island, 
of the Galapagos Archipelago. 

2833. Prionotua atephanophrya Lockington, 

Deep water, off San Francisco. Point Reyes, and Monterey. 
Prionotua atephanophrya Lockington, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 529, Point 
Reyes, near San Franoisoo. 

2834. Prionotua qulesoena Jordan &, Bollman. 

Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Colombia; Gnlf of California. 
Prionotua quieaoena Jordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1889, 166, off 
Pacific Coast of Colombia. 

2835. Prionotua albiroatria Jordan & Bollman. 

Pacific Ocean, off the coast of tropical America. ' 

Prionotua albiroatria Jordan &, Bollman, Proc, U, S. Nat« Mu&A883^\.^^^^kA^^ 
Ocean, off the coast of ColouxVia. 



48S BKPOHT OP COMMISSIONER OP PISH AND FISHERIES. 

2836. PriouotuB tublo Jordan, llnbio ToloAitr. 

W«Bt Iniliiw. 

frionotut rubio Junl&u, Proe. II. 8, Nut. Miib. 1S«C. 50, llavAna. 

2837. PriouotuB opbrysB .forilBn A Swniti. 

(inlf of Mexico, Stiupper Banks, near roiiHncoU, FlnrUln. 
/>rienolii> opAryui .Tonlnn >& Rwnin, Proo, U. S. Nnt.Mns. lWU.r>4S. Sunp; 
Batik B, oH Ponxucok, Ploridit. 

2838. Piionotna Btetunal Jorituti A Swain. 

(inlf of Mosko. 

/'riuHotHt ifrariKi Jordan &, Swain, Proc. U. S. Nut. hliis. 1881. Ml, f mimom 

3839. Prlonotoa atiigatUB rnvier & VnleDcieniioK. iird-vitigrd Giinuird. 
Atlantic Coast of the Northern t>tatt«. C'api- Cod to Virginia. 
Prionotut tirigalui Vav. A. Val., Hist. Nat. PoiHS., iv, tJ6, 1629, Nuw York. 



3640. PiioootuB evolana LinniciiH. Slriprd Gurnard. 
South Atlnntio Coaat of United StuteH. 
rrioaotiu rrolant Uilt, Cat. Fiah. EaHt Coont N. Am., 21, 18G1, e 

3841. PrioDotiiB pimotatUB Blwh. 

West Indies and coast nf ^oitlh Ameriiin. 
Frionotui panclaluii Blocb, Ichth., pi. 3ii3, ]T!)3, Marlininue; m 
Plnmier. 

2842. Prionotna beanil Ooode. 

Off Trinidad. 

/■riosoliu btaitU Uoode, In Oood« & B«an, Ooeanio lohtb., 468, 1888, off 
Trinidad. 

2843. Ptlonotna tribnltiB Curier &. Valenoiennas. Sig-headrd Oumard. 

SoDtb Atlantic Coaat, from haae IbIudiI to Itroicw. 

PrloHO'io Irittalit Cuvier & ValenDieimoB, lljat. Nat. i'oias.,iv. <M, n1.T(, < 
1828. Now York; Carolinji. 

2844. Prionotus horrena Kirliardsoii. 

Pacilic C'ooHt of tropical Anierira, 

Frionoliit horren) RichardRop, Voy. Snlph., Ichth., 79, pi. 42, figs. 1-3, 1843, 

Oonni M4. BEILATOB ' Jordan ft EvBrmuin. 
Btllalor Jordan & Evermann, new geQUB (niiltforia). 

2845. Bellatoi mlUtari* (Goode &. Bean), 

Otr C:ape Catoi:be, Yncatan; Galf of Mexic 



flanui MS. CHELID0IIICHTHT8 Kaap. 

Kniip, Archiv f. Naturgenchi elite 1873, 87 {hirum 

2846. Chelidoiiichtbya pictipinnia (Kaup). 

n,irl..-i.l«s, 

Chiti'l;Hiihth}iii phlipi«ni» Kaup,' Arcliiv f. Nat-i 

asnai 946. TEIOLA (Artedi) LioueEDi, l'\ale<l Cvrnai 
Trigin (Arledi) Linn:rU8. .^yst. Nat., «d. X, 3(KI, 1 

2847. Trigla cuculua l.innii'iiH. lied Ovrnard. 



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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 489 

Family CCXH. PBRISTBDIIDiB. The Deep-water Qnmardi. 

Oenns 947. FEBISTEDION LaotfpMe. 

Feristidion LacdpMe, Hist. Nat. PoisH., iii, 368, 1802 (malarmai =eaiaphracta}, 

2848. Peristedion miniatum Goode. 

Gulf Stream. 

Perintedian miniatum Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 349, Gulf Stream, 
oft' Khode Island. 

2849. Peristedion longispatha Goode <&. Bean. 

West Indies, oflf Cuba and Barbados. 

Peristedinm longispatha Goode &, Bean, Bnll. Mas. Comp. Zoo]., xii, No. 5, 
166, 1886, off Havana. 

2850. Peristedion gracile Goode & Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico. 

Peristedion gracile Goode <& Bean, Ocean. Ichth., 473, 1896, Golf of Mexico. 

2851. Peristedion platycephalum Goode <& Bean. 

West Indies; Barbados. 

Peristedion platifcephalnm Goode &, Bean, Ball. Mas. Comp. Zool., xii. No. 5, 
167, 1886, off Barbados. 

Oenns 948. VULSICnLUB * Jordan ft Erermann. 

Fulsiculus Jordan & Evermann, new genus (imherhtM). 

2852. Vnlsicnlna imberbis (Poey). 

Gulf of Mexico. 

Prionotus imberbe Poey, Memorias, ii, 367, 1861, Cuba. 

Family CCXm. CBPEULLACANTHID2I. The Flying-PiBlL 

Oenns 949. CSPHALACANTUU8 Lao^pede. 
CephalacantkMs Lac<^p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iii, 223, 1802 (spinarella). 

2853*. Cephalacanthus volitans (Linmsns). Flying-rohin ; Muoielago ; Volador; 
Batfish. 

Atlantic Ocean, on both coasts; also Gnlf coasts. 

Trigla volitans Linnieus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, i, 302, 1758; after Artedi. 

Suborder DI8COCEPEULLL 

Family CCXTV. ECHENBIDID2I. The Remoraa. 

Genns 960. PHTHEIBICHTHT8 OilL 
PhthHriohthys Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 239 {lineata), 

2854. Phtheiriohthys lineatiis (Mcnzies). 

Tropical seas, ranging north to South Carolina and Pensacola. 
Eckeneis lineata Menzies, Trans. Linn. Soc. Loud. 1791, i, 187, pi. 17, fig. 1, 
Pacific Ocean, between the Tropics. 

Oenns 961. BCHKWKIS (Artedi) Linsens. 
KcKeneis (Artedi) Linniens, Syst. Nat., e<l. x, 260, 1758 (naucrates). 

2855. Eoheneis naucratea Linnipns. Shark-sitcker ; Pega; Pc^jador; Sucking-Jish. 

Warm seas, aniversally distribnted; common north to Cai>e Cod and San 

Francisco. 
JCckeneis neucratfs (misprint for naucrates) Linu.'cnfl, Svst. Nat., od. x, 261, 

1758, Pelago Indico. 

2856. ZScheneis nanorateoides Znienw. 

Cape Cod to W'est Indies ; common on onr Sonth Atlantic Coast. 

Echeneis naucrateoides Znieuw, Nova Acta Ac. Sci. Imp. Petropol., iv, 279. 

* DUtiDgaitbed by iU very minute barbel, oaaily overlooked. 



400 REPORT OF COMMISaiONER OF FISH AND FI8HKR1ES. 

Osaai &S9. HEULGOU 6111. 

Krinilesia Gill, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 18S4, 01 (amtraliB). 

2857. Remllegla aOBtxaliB (Dennett). 

Tropical Beaa; recor.lod by t)r. IJitken, from lO^' N.. 39^ W. 

EahfHeii auKlmlii Ileiinett, Nar. Whnling Voyage, ii, 273, pU. 3*-28, l&Wu 

SsnoB 9S8. B£1I0BA GUI. 

Remora Dill, Trot. Ao. Nat. Sci. Fliiiii. I«(i2, 2311 frrmoro). 
NubfiPniK. nEHOlU Clltl. 

2858. Remora remora (LinntonsV Rentora. 

Wttnii Boas. north tci New York ami San FnnclMO. 
Bpficneis remora Linnaeus, Syat. Nut., eii. 3c,-360, 1758, Vt,Uga ludico, 
HabfTDM REnORIXf Jonlm « EinrmaiiB. 
/•Vmorinu, JunlBD &, Rvurmnnn, new Hiiligcnus (oltMAtHf). 
3859. Remora albescens (Teinminck .V ^chlegol). 

Tropical Pnciflv, straying to America; a spncimen taken at LaPkx, Ontf of 

California. 
Keheneit athacens Temuiinck & Schlegel. Faana Japonien, PoUs., 373, pi. 
120, fig. 3, 1843, Japan, iiu iU>flniie locality 

SabDrnti* REXOBOPSIS (JIII. 

/(ciiiorc/im Gill, Proc, Ac. Nat. Bci, Phila. 1861, 00 {6rac*ypt<r«). 

2860. Remota braobyptera (Luwe). 

\Varm sciu*, occaHioimlly nortli to Capo Po.l. 

Echtneit braalii/plera Lowe, Proc. Zool. Sot. Lood. 18311, 89, Moileini. 

Obbu 964. KH01IBOCHIB:>8 Bin. 
nhomboehirus Gill, Proc. Ac. Hat. 8ci. Pliilo. 1863, 88 (oitMcAir). 

2861. Rhombochinis oateochir (Coviei). 

West Iniiios, north to Capo Cad. 

Kchcnria osleacMr Cnvier, RCgne Animal, ed. 2, ii, 348, 1829, no looalily |{i ven. 

Suborder TJENIOSOMI. The Ribbon-Fishes. 

Family CCXV. TRACH YPTtlRID J . Tba King of the Haninc*. 

Oeniu 9fiS. TOAUUV tTXRVt Oonsn. 

lYacksptfTHi Gonau, Hiat. Nat. Poisa., 104, 1T70 (lntehgrkgHck%$). 
3862. Traotiypteraa rez-salmononun Jordan & Gilbert. 
Oir coast of' California. 

Trarhuplerui rex-jalmoitorHm Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. Cal. Ao.Sel.I8M, l^B^ 
pi, 9, open sea, outaidu Bay of 9nit Francisco. 

Family CCZVI. RHQAJaHCTDM. 
OauiuSSe. BEGALECniS AKianiu. 

Itegalei-Ht AsciiiinH, Iconen Itoriim Natiirnliiim, pi. 11, 1772 (gletne). 

2863. Regalecua gleane AacaniiiB. 

!-pa olT liiT(;cn, Norw;iy. 

Ke'jaler-iiH <jtegne ANcaiiiU", Iconea Renim Xat,, 2d Cayer, pi. 11, 1772, sea off 
UereoM, Norway. 

Pamily CCXVII. STTLBPHORrD.XI. 

0«nw 957. 8TTLEPHOBU8 Shav. 

Sly{.phor)ii Shaw. Trnns. Linn, .■ioc, Lond., 1. 1791. fO (chordnlut). 

2864. Stylephorus chotdatua Shan-. 

Atlantic, between CnliB and Martinique. 

Siyl. r>"'rai ihord.ilus «h.-iw, Trail*. Liun^caii Soc. i, 1701, 02, pi; 6, Atlantic, 
l>ctwe«n (nUa and -Miirtiui.inc. 



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Suborder XENOPTERTGII. The Cling-FiBhes. 

Family CCXVin. GOBIESOCIDiB. Cling-FiBhes. 

Genus 958. CAULASCHUS 0111. 

Caitlarchua Gill, Proc. Ao. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1862, 330 (mceandricua). 

2865. Caularchua xnaBandricua (Girard). Suckfish. 

Pacific Coast of United States, from Vancouver Island to Monterey. 
Lepidogaster mceandricuB Girard, Pac. R. R. Surv., x, 130, 1858, San Lnis Obispo, 
California, and the Farallones. 

Oenus 959. BRYSSETJEBES Jordan ft Everxnann. 
Bryssetares Jordan & Evermann, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1896, 230 (pinniger), 

2866. BrysBetserea pinniger (Gilbert). 

Gulf of California; known from Pnerto Refngio (Angel Island), San Luis 

Gonzales'Bay, and La Paz. 
Gohiesox pinniger Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 94, Puerto Refngio, Gulf 

of California. 

Oeniu 960. OOBIESOX Lac^pMe. Clingfishea, 

Gohiesox Lac^'p^de, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 595, 1799 (cephalus), 

Sobfrenns CAULISTIU8 Jordan k Erermami. 
Cauliatiua Jordan & Evermann, new subgenus {papillifer). 

2867. Grobieaoz papillifer Gilbert. 

Magdalen a Bay, Lower California. 

Gohiesox papillifer Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 96, Magdalena Bay, 
Lower California. 

Sobgonog OOBIESOX LaetfpMe. 

2868. Gobieaoz gyrinuB Jordan & Evermann. 

West Indies. 

Gohiesox gyrinus Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle Aiaerica, 
1896, Cordova. 

2869. Gk>bieBoz nigripinniB Peters. 

Puerto Cabello, near Aspinwall. 

Gohiesox nigripinnis Peters, Berliner Monatsber. 1859,412, Puerto Cabello, 
near Aspinwall. < "■ , , 

2870. GrobieBoz cephaltia Lac^p^dj. T^tard; Tester. 

West Indies. 

Gohiesox cephalus Lac<Spbde, Hist. Nat. Poiss., ii, 595, 1798, Martinique. 

2871. Gk>bie80z BtramoBUB Cope. 

South Atlantic Coast, South Carolina to Florida. 

Gohiesox strumosus Cope, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1870, 121, Hilton Head, 
South Carolina. 

2872. Grobieaoz virgatulua Jordan & Gilbert. 

From Pensacola Bay north to Charleston, South Carolina. 
Gohiesox virgaiulus Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1882, 293, Pensa- 
cola, Florida. 

2873. Gk>bieaoz aduataa Jordan & Gilbert. 

Pacific coast of Mexico at Mazntlan. 

Gohiesox etdustud Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 360, Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

2874. Gk>bie8oz funebrifi Gilbert. 

Gulf of California: Puerto Refueio (Angel Island) and La Paz. 
Gohiesox funehris Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, 95, Puerto Refugio, 
Gulf of California. 

2875. Gk>bie8oz pcecilophthalmnB Jenyns. 

Chatham Island, Galapagos Archipelaso. 

Oobiesox poeoilophthalmus Jenyna, Yoy . BeagXe, Y\%\veA, \\V, \^*1> V:\vaJOi^'x\s^ 
Island. 



■ 492 BEPOET OF COMMISSIONER OF PISH AND FISHERIES. 

H 2376. Ooblesox rhodospUus Ciinther. 

H Gohiranz vft(.rfoB;i,7i«. fliinthtr. Pro.-. 7,oo\. Sop. Lon.1. ISttl, Kl 

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2877, OobieEox macrophtbalmnH (Siliil.lior. 
..baLlv West lurlien. 
MfW macropAiAa'mni GUutber, C.it., lit, 502. IWil, Uirulitx nnknuvn. 

2B78. OobieBox ceraojpus Co)><>. f • -4 

St. Martinit, Went Imlioa. , 

«(iiif«i(/c(TaaiBii» Cope, Trans, Amcr. Pliilw.Soc., xiv,1871, t7:), Ht. Martin*, 4 

West Indies. 1 



3879, GoblesoK erytliropB Jonlaa & Qilbcit, 

M.i!tntliia; nian Trnti Miirinn iBlauas. 

Oohirwx fruthtopt JonlaD &. Gilbert, Proc. IT. S- Hal. Mas. 1881, 300, Uu. 

iitluu, Mflxu'o. , 



2880. Oobiesox rublgliiOBUB (Poer). 

MatanziiM, Cnl>a. 

lAcrjntut rabigitiotHiVimy , i^jDopsis, 391, 1868, wlinrves of PalmaiKiIu, MatMi' 
■iAn, Cuba- 

2881. OobieBOx cairieiiB (Poey). 

Matamtus. Cuba. 

Sicyaea KMrnivt Poof , ?;n.. IW2, 1868, wharf of PulnnuulBn UabuaxiM, Unbk- 

2882. OobieBOX bMres Jordan tk BnllmaD. 

(iteeu Tortle Cn;. Biibamati. 

iiobiaoi fiara .Tonlnii &. Bnllnian, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mas. 1888, GB3; tirsoB 
till Ca.}-, Babiimafl. 

2883. Qobiesox pnnotolanis (Pokj.i. 

Cnba. 

,Sicyn"M pu,irlaloi"t Pooy. F.Dtiuiorntio, 124, 1875, Hntruna. 

3884. Oobiesox fascUtDB (Peters). 

Puerto Cabello, near Aspiunall. 

Sicgatu faidalui I*e tern, Mod atsher. Berl. Ao. 1859, 112, Paerto C»b«Ua. 

Oanni 961. EUnCOLA Jordan ft Evermann. 
Bimicola Jonlan &, Kvemiann, Proc, Cal. Ao. Sot. 1696, 231 (MutntTiM). 
2883. Rlmicola miucaraiii (Meek &, Pieraon). 
Mont ere; Itaf, ('Blifomiu. 

Gohietox nutcaruin Meek &. Pienon, Proc. Cal. Ac. 8ci. 1896, 671, pi. 71. 
Monterey Itay, California. 

2886. Rimioola eigeamaiuii (Gilbi'rt). 

Pciiut Lninu, nriir Kan Die{;o, Ciilifomia. 

tlobk'ox (uieiimunni (iilbert. Pioc. U, .S. Nat. Mna, 1890, 9fi, Point Lnma, near 
SauDie^'o, Califonii:). 

Oanoa 962. AKBACIOSA Jordan ft Evermaon. 

Arbacio-a .Ii.r.laii A KviTiuanii, I'rot. Cal. Ar. Sri. 18116. 290 (cebra). 

2887. Aibaciosa rhessodon ( Ko^a Stiiitb). 

San [lii'so to thr nortbi'ni j.i.rt of tbo (Julf of California. 
Uahienox Thf<Amto» Kiisa .Sniilli, I'nic. I', S. Nat. .Mim. 1881, ItO, San Dieoo, 
Calilnriiia. 

2888. Arbacioaa humerallB (Gilbert). 

Oulr nf CiiliforMia: Piiori.. Refnjtio, AnRi-l iBlanJ; La Paz, 
Gohie-s hmmralin (Mlb.Tt, I'ror, V. ^i. Nat. Mii«, ISiKI, 'X<, Puerto Rafneio, 
Gulf "f Calif.Tnia, 
2809. Arbacioaa rupeatria (I'ocy). 
for.ilrr..f.iof CtLliii. 
^Gobieiiox ruveatr'K I'oey, Mpui.iiian, 11, 283, VWJ\, ^iaVio-. 



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2890. Arbaciosa zebra (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Mazatlaii; Mexico. 

Gobiesox zebra Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1881, 396, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

2891. Arbaciosa eoB (Jordan & Gilbert). 

Gobiesox eoe Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1881, 360, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

Suborder ANACANTHINL The Jugular Fishes. 

Family CCXIX. MERLXJCCIIDiB. The Hakes. 

Genus 968. MERLUCCIUS Raflnanqne. 
Merluccius Rafinesqae, Carrat. di Ale. NuoTi Gen., etc., 25, 1810 (emiriduM). 

2892. Merluccius bilinearis (Mitchill). 

Coast of New England and northward. 

Stomodon bilinearia Mitchill, Rept. Fish. N. Y., 7, 1814, New York. 

2893. Merluccius merluccius (Linnceas). 

Coasts of Europe, straying to Greenland. 

Gadus merluccius Linnseas, Syat. Nat., ed. x, 254, 1758, no locality. 

2894. Merluccius productus (Ayres). 

Pacific Coast, from Santa Barbara northward. 

MerlanyuH productus Ayres, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1855, 64, no locality given ; 
types from San Francisco market, probably from San l^^ncisco Hay. 

Family CCXX. OADIDiB. 

Genua 964. BOREOGADUS Gttnther. 
Boreogadus GUnther, Cat., iv, 336, 1862 (/adnoi*). 

2895. Boreogadus saida (Lepechin). 

Arctic seas, Greenland to Alaska and northern Russia; common in the far 

North. 
Gadus saida Lepechin, Nov. Comm. Ac. Sclent. Petrop. 1774, 512. 

Genua 966. P0LLACHIU8 ITiliMn. Pollacks, 
Pollaohius Nilsson, in Bonaparte, Cat. Met. Pesci Europ., 45, 1846 {j^lladMu9). 

2896. PoUachius chalcogranmius (Pallas). 

North Pacific, soath to Sitka. 

Gadus chalcogrammua Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., ni, 198, 1811, Kamchatka. 

2897. PoUachius fucensls Jordan & Gilbert. 

Puget Sound. 

Pollachius fucensis Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1883, 315, Pnget 
Sound atTacoma, Washington. 

2898. Pollachius virens (Linncens). Pollack; • Coalfish; Green-cad, 

North Atlantic; common northward on both coasts, sonth to Cape Cod. 
Gaduti rirens Linnmus, Syst. Nat., ed. X, 253, 1758, ocean, oft' Europe. 

Genus 966. ELEGDrUS Fischer. 
Eleginus Fischer, M^m. Soc. Nat. Moscow, v, 4, 2d ed., 252-257, 1813 {navaga), 

2899. Eleginus navaga Kolreuter. 

Gadus navaga Kolreuter, Nov. Comm. Acad. Petrop., xiv, 1770, 484, pi. 12, 
coast of northern Russia. 

Genus 967. MICBOGADUS GilL Tomcods, 
Microgadus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1865, 69 {proximus). 

2900. Microgadus proadmus (Girard). Califcmia Tomcod. 

West coast of North America, from Monterey to Alaska. 

Gadus proximus Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 141, San Francisco. 

2901. Microgadus tomcod (Walbanm). Tomcod; f>o«tjUK. 

East ooast of North America, from y\TguAab\»'L«\NTVjL^ot, o. ^-. • 

Oaau0 tamood Walbanm, Artedl Piao., ISS, YI^iIaoti^ \ft\3Wi^\«SNKt'^s!eaa^'U 



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494 EEPOBT OP COMMISSIONER OF FISn AND FISBEKllia. 

GBnuj 868, GADCB (Artedi) liniunu. Codjilkrl. 

Gadw> (Arwili) Liiimous, 8y8l. NM.,ed. X,251, 1758 [oallariat). 
2903. Oadua ogac Eic:biiri)Hoii. 
(ioilbarn, Gri-onluiul, 
Gadua ogae KtoburclsoD, Faun. Bor.-Amer., tli, 246. 1836. nu InciUltv. 

2903. GaduH pallariaa Linuu-DS. Common CodJIah. 

Norlb Atlnntio, soutb to Virgiiiiu. 

GaduH callarliu LisniKue, SyitL. Nat.,oil. x,li53, ITBN. liiUlJD Sun niul oo< 

2904. QaduB macrooeplialns Tilesinit. Padfie Cod. 

Buritij; Sea. aoutb to roast of Oregon. 

GadHt mairoerphaliuiTi[f»inK, M6m.Ac. Sci. St. Petro., ii, 1810, 360, BaringSok, 

Genua 868. MELAItOG£AianT8 OiU. Baddoett. 

Alelaaoyram mu» Gi\i, Vioc. ko.Vat.lici.l'iiHn.Wi!,28U [ajfUfinu*). 
a EegllfiauB (LiuiiinaB;. 
, ou botb roaaU. 

6'ar(«» ogtiJiKui Linnii'UB, Syat. Nat., cd. x,351, I75K. aud eO. xii, 43S, 1^6, 
ocean oir Eurojie. 

Geniu 970. LEPISIOR BwunMn. 

I.cpiilioii Sw.iiusou, tint. Hist. Cla«a. FishoB, :i, 1. 
2906. Iiepidion vsiecimdum .Ionian <& Cramvr. 
OIT coiwt of Lower California. 
L»pidiott rfrfBHHdujii Jordan Si. Craiucr, t'ruo. U. 
iBlnnd, Mexico. 

Obsiu BTl. AirmcOBA QiintlMT. 
Jufimoj'aGUDtbar, Aiiu. Mag. Nat. Hist. IXT6.2 (ro 
3907. Antimora viola (Good)! & Bean). 

H:ini<» of Nc.wf.niiii!l.iiiri and Boiithwnr.1. 
Halm'orph',,-'" I'lol^i i:„..de &. Bean, I'roc. U. .S. Xat, Mue. 1878,25ft I* Have 
Bank, in 400 fatlioms. 

2908. AntlmorBiiilcrolepis Bean. 

PaciHc Oiean, off Qiieeii Charlotte latand*. 

Anlintora microlepia Beau, Froo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890. 36, latitude 61° OO* 33" 

N.,b>ogitude 130° 34' W., off Capo St. JamM, Qaeen Charlotte r-i«M T, 

iu 875 latlioms. 
Oanni 978. FHTSICULira Eanp. 

PAyricufN* Kanp, Wiegmaoa'a Archiv 1858,88 Idalwigkii). 

2909. Phyalculua fulTQB Beao. 

Caribbenn Sea a 
Phsfii^ul«'< rulni, 
711 fatboNis. 
Oenui 973. tOTELLA Sanp. 
Lolella Kauii. Wif^juiaon'H Archiv, i, 1H5H, 8S (sMfjeli). 

2910. Lotellamaxitlaris Bonn. 

(iiiir Slrenin. 

Lolfll.i m.,sill.mi, ]U:nn. I'roc. V. S, Nat. Mob. 18»1, 241, latitnde S*- 55' K., 
lonKitiidu 70 2M' \V.. in i'Mi i'athuuia. 

litliert). 
oiixta of Lower California, in d<;ep water. 

r ufii«il-ii,-' r.nheit. Troc. U. S. Nut. Miin. IMNl. 114. on iHith ooMta 
irorCalir'nniiii, ul AlbatroHB Stations L'-JS?, 3011, ;H)15, and 301G, in 
121 fatboiiiB. 



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2913. LoteUarmstreUiger (GUbert). 

On both ooasto of Lower California, in deep water. 

PhysUmlus rMtrelliger Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 113. on botb 

coasts of Lower California, at Albatross Stations 2987 and 3045, in 171 

and 184 fathoms. 

Oenns 974. UBALKPTUS Costa. 

Uraleptu$ Costa, Wiegmann's Archiv 1868, 87 {maraldi), 

2914. XJraleptns maraldi (Risso). 

Nice: liadeira; Naples and Catania; also off island of Nevis, in the West 

Indies. 
Gadu$ maraldi Risso, Icbth. Nice, 123, 1810, pL 6, fig. 13, Nice. 

Oenas976. LOTACavier. Burhott. 
Lota Carier, R^gne Animal, ed. 1, u, 215, 1817 (lota), 

2915. Lota maculosa (LeSaear). Burbot; Lake Lawyer ; Ling; Alekey Droui, 

New England and Great Lakes region, north to the Arctic seas, and west to 

the upper Missoari and Colombia River basins. 
Oadus maculoeue LeSuenr, Jour. Ao« Nat. Sci. Fhila., i, 83. 

Oenos 976. MOLYA Nilsson. Linga. 
Molva Nilsson, Skandinav. Fauna, iv, 573, 1832 (molva), 

2916. Molva molva (Linnsus). 

Spitzbergen to Gulf of Gascon; Aroachon; San Juan de Lnz; Iceland, 

Greenland : Far5e Islands. 
Oadus molva Linmeos, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 254, 17^ and ed. xii, 439, 1766, no 

looidity. ^^ ,^^1.v^^^ 

Genus 977. PHTdB Bloeh 4 flehwdder. Codlings. T^^r-*^*"^"^ 
Phycis Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 56, 1801 (Hnoa), iffdoPHy CfS ^ 

2917. Phydfl regiiis (Walbaum). ^ ^^^^^^j-A^CM^ ^H^ i 

North Atlantic, south to Cape Fear. 

Blenmiue regius Walbaum, Artedi Pise., 186, 1792, no looalit 

2918. Phydfl drratofl Goode & Bean. 

Deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. 

Phycis oirratus Goode &. Bean, Ooean. Ichth., 368r 1896, Gnlf of Mexico, 
at 29° 03' 15' N., 88o 16' W. 

2919. Phycifl floridanafl Bean &. Dresel. ^^ 

Pensacola, Florida. 

Phyt\M ftoridanus Bean A. Dpeqel, Proo. BioL Soc Wash. 1884, 100, PensacoU. 

2920. Phycifl earlli Bean. '^ 

Charleston. South Carolina. 

P*yoi« earlli Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns., m, 1880, 69, Charleston, S. C. 

2921. Phyolfl tenoifl (MitchiU). 

North Atlantic, south to Virginia; abundant northward. 

Gadne tenuis MitchiU, Trans. Lit. and PhU. Soc. N. Y., i, 1815, 371, New York. 

2922. Phyolfl ohuflfl (Walbaum). 

Atlantic Coast, chiefly northward. 

Blennius ckuss Walbaum, Artedi Pise., 186, 1792, no looaUty. 

2923. Phydfl oheflteri Goode A. Bean. 

Off Biassachnsetts, in deep water. 

Phycis ckesteri Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1878, 256, off Cape Ann, 
in 140 fathoms. 

Genus 978. LSMOHEMA Ottnther. 
Lcemonema Giinther, Cat., iv, 356, 1862 {yarrellW^, 

2924. Leemonema barbatolnm Goode & Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Lamonema harbatula Goode & Bean, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., x. No. 5, 204, 

1883. Gulf Stream, in 32° 43' 25" N., 77© 20' 30" W., in 230 fathoms, and 

2^ 86' N., 73^ 13' W. 




496 BEPORT OF COManfiSroiTER OF FISn AND FISH 

3925. Lamonema melaniuum Gooiio & Bean. 

Cariliboan Sea, north to Nuw York. _ 

Lwmon-rma melannram <ioo<)e & ht»o. Ocean. labtli.. 363, 1896. 3(F It X.I 

79^ 26' W.. in J40 fathoms. " 

Oeniu &7S. eAIDBOPBABUS EoBneflqce, Itaeklingi. 

Gaidropaania Kafinea.iuc, luiii™ U'llt. Sic, 11, 1810 (muttellari* = 

2926. OaidropBanis reinhardtl (Krnyer). 

(ireoiilmid and east co.'ist of United States. 
Motrlta reinhardti Kn'iyer (MB.), It^, OreenJanii. 

2927. OaldropBarae ensis (lEeiuLordt). 

New Vorfc to lireenlai.d. 

Moletia rii5ia Reinhardt, Dansk. Viilensk. SeUk. Afb., vii, 15, 1S3S, Gi«aiiLu»L 

2928. GaldropaaruB BeptentiionallB (Collott). 

Coasts of Norway and Greenland. 
MolcUa inplenirionaliii Cotlutt, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hlat.,16,83, UfT4, t'lot^, B» 
Beii,co-.ii.t of Norway. 

Geniu 9B0. BHmOBEiniB Oill. 

. WftiBonmu* Gill, Croc. Ac, Nnt, Sol. Phila. 1863,241 (tinttri*.). 

2929. RmnouemuB cimbriua (Liqiiii-as). 

Ilmtua ciinbriwi Linnifus. i^.vst . Nut., ed. sii. 440; 1^66, no locality. 
BBam 881. BEOs'inUS Co^et. '%nO^N>t 

Ilro*ini«i Cuvier, Rigae Animal, ed. 1, ii,222, ISIT (liroime). 

2930. Brosmlus broame (&Ilill>T). 

I'olnr rej>;ion9, south to Cajie Cod. 

(ladmi brotiue MilUer, Prodr. Zool. Dan., 41, 1770, no locality- 
Family CCXZI. MACRURIDA. Tbe Oienadlen. 
Oeniu 983. LIONUBDS OoDtber, 

LioDuras Giiuther, Clinllengcr Rept.. xxil, 141, 1SS7 (filicauia). 

2931. LioDtuna fillcauda (iliuther. 

Antarctic Ocean and deep soa, off both coasta of South Amerioa.. 



1° in' 16 "'n., u9° ai' iv' 

Qtaaa 983. ETHENOCEFEALtJS Giglioli. 

Ili/menoctphalat (jlglioli, Pelagos, Genoa, 228, 1884 (italictM). 
2933. HymenocephalQa cavemoBna (tioodc Sl Bean). 



2934vaymei)ocephalu8 Eoodei (Giiiitlier). ^^ 

Gulf Str&iNi, Hoiilh of New Knj;l(itid, In deop water. 

MacyufiiH goiHl-i Uiintlier. (^irilottRM-ilf^pt.. <»:ii. VMi) 188T_bp,(<reeii latitude 
4U- and 41 N. mid loii);llii<))>l% und G3' W., in 301 to 1,'242 fathoma. 

Oeniu SB4. BATHTGASOS OiiDther. 

lialhijgadut <;iiiitli«v, Ann. Mag. X.it. Hist. 1878, 23 {cotloide»). 
2935. BathygaduB favoaus Guodu & lic:iu. 
{)fl' Martinir|iio, in deep n 



)^^ 



HaHtyja-Uia /arotu, Ooodo A llean, Hull. Mivs. Cmnv. 
1B86, off ilartiniinie, at U\aV.t AVaV\oii »1, m Vi'i i 



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2936. BathygaduB arcoatos Goode &. Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico, in deep water. 

Bathygadus areuatu9 Ooode A, Bean, Bull. Mas. Comp. ZooL, xa, No. 5, 158| 
1886, off Martinique, in 334 fathoms. , 

2937. Bathygadua longifllia Goode & Bean. 

Deep waters of the Gnlf of Mexico. 

Bathygadua longifilii Goode &. Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1885, 599, Gnlf of 

Mexico, at Albatross Station 2392, latitude 28^ 47' 30" N., longitude 

87^ 27' W., in 724 fathoms. 

2938. Bathygadua maoropa Goode &. Bean. 

Deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. 

Batkygadus maoropa Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. N. M. 18^508, at Albatross 
Station 2396, in latitude 28^ 34' N., longitude 86^ 48' W., in 335 fathoms. 

Genus 986. 1IACB0UBU8 Bloeh. 
Macrourua Bloch, Ichth., v, 152, 1787 (ncpestrit). 

2939. Macrourua berglax Lae^pMe. 

Massachusetts to Greenland and Norway. 

Macrourua berglax lAC^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., m, 170, 1800, Greenland. 

2940. Macrourua acrolepia Bean. 

Straits of Juan de Fuca. 

Macrourua acrolepia Bean, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1883, 382, Straits of Juan de Fuoa. 

2941. Macrourua bairdi Goode & Bean. 

West Indies to Massachusetts Bay. 

Macrourua hairdi Goode dc Bean, Amer. Jour. Sci. Arts. 1877, 471, Massa- 
chusetts Bay. 

2942. Macrourua atelgidolapia Gilbert. 

Pacific Ocean, off Point Conception. 

Macrurua {Maerurua) ateU/idolepia Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1890, H6, 
Albatross Stotion 2960, 34^ lO' 45" N., 120^ 16' 45 " W., in 267 fathoms. 

2943. Macrourua oinereua Gilbert. 

North Pacific and Bering Sea. 

Macrourua oinereua Gilbert, Sept. U. S. Fish Com. 1893 (1896), 457. at Alba- 
tross Stations 3307, 3329, and 3340. latitude 54^ to 55<^ N. and longitude 
155"^ to 171'' W., in 399 to 1033 fathoms. 

Genus 98a MALAOOGEPHALini Ottnthsr. 
Malacooephalua Giinther, Cat., iv, 396, 1862 {UnU). 

2944. Malacooephalua pectoralia Gilbert. 

Off the coast of Oregon. 

Macrourua {Malacooephalua) pectoralia Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus, 1891, 663, 

off the coast of Oregon, at Albatross Stations 3071, 3074, and 3075, in 

685 to 877 fathoms. 

Genus 987. C(EL0BHYVCHn8 Gioma. 

Calorhynchua Gioma, M6m. Ac. Sci. Turin, xvi, 1803, 178, pi. 1, figs. 3 and 4 (La 
Ville L., Cixlorhynchua Bisso). 

2945. Ccelorhynchua oarminatua (Goode). 

Caribbean Sea, north in the Gulf Stream to Long Island. 
Macrourua oarminatua Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 346, Gulf Stream, 
40^ 02' 54" N., 1(P 23' 40" W., in 115 fathoms. 

2946. Ccelorhynohua ocoa (Goode & Bean). 

Gulf of Mexico, in deep water. 

Macrourua ooca Goode & Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1885, 595, Gulf of Mexico, 
28° 34' N., 86^ 48' W., In 335 fathoms. 

2947. CcBlorhynchua caribbeua (Goode &. Bean). 

West Indies, to northern part of Gnlf of Mexico. 

Macrourua caribbeua Qoode Sc Bean, Proc. U. A Nat. Mus. 1885, 594, northern 
part of Gulf of Mexico, in 210 fathoms. 

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498 BEPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND F 

2948. Ccslorliyiiohus HcapbopHla GilbHTt. 

Golf of Califoruia, Id deep wntut. 

ilacT'iruf (Cailorhgnchui) loaphopth Gilbert. Free. U. g. Nftt. Hno. 1890, 115, 

Oiiif of aalifoniia, at Albatross Statiou 3015, latituda 29" Id K., laDgt- 

tude 1 12^ 50' W , in 145 futboma. 

Oenni 98B. TBACH YRH YHCUD 8 QloniB. 

TraehyTkiiTicltai Giorua, Mfm. Af. Sci. Turin, xvi, 1803. 178. 

2949. TrachyifajacliiiB helolapia Gilbert. 

OIT tbu coast of Ceutral Amerira. 
TVaehiirkgHchuH hKloleph Gilbert, I'roc. 
of Central Amunca, at Albutroas S 

0«niu 9SB. COETFHSHOIDSa Otumsr. 

Corijiihii-aoidei Guauer. Tronilhj. Kolek. Slcrift., in, 50. ITtiS (vuiieHria). 

2950. Coiypbseiioides rupeatria Giinuer. 

Hanlts of Kdw foil nii land to Sorwav. 

CoTspl>'rnoidt» mptilria Gunner, Trondlij. Selak. Skrift., in, 50, 17^. 

2951. CoiyphaeiioideB caraplnna Ooodii & ISuan, 

Gulf Stream. 

CoriiphirHoidt* caiapinaii Cioode i Bean, Bnll.Mus. Cootp.ZooI., rot. X, No. 5, 
197, 1983, Ouir Stream, latitndu 10", in deep nater. 

Beniu 900. CEAUKVRJL Ctoode tc Bmh. 

Ckatiitura Guode Ji. Bcuu, Bull. Mds. Comp. Zool., vol. x. No. 5, 198, 1883 , 

2952. ChalimiTa almtila Guode & Beun. 

Gntf Stream. 

CAa/JtiHra Simula Goode & Bean, Bull. Mua. Coiu)i. Zool. x. No. 5, 199, 1883. 
Gnli Stream, about latitude lO-'. 

2953. CballDUta sermla Bean. 



2954. ChaliDnra fillfora Gilbert. 

Off Queen CliarlotM Island, in deep water. 

Ckatinura filifera Gilbert, Rept. U. S. Fi»h Com. 1893 (1896), 488, offQ 
Cbarlotte Island, at AlbatroM Station 3342. 

Oanni 991. irEKATORTIBUS QantlwT. 
NrmalonuTia GUntber, CballengerRenort, xxii, 124 and ^O^ISST (or 

2955. NematanoniB eIsbb (Vaillant), „ivi^^^ ^' 

Atlantic and I'aciGc nci'ans. "^ 

Cori/phirnoiitti qigas VuUlant, Eipd. Set. Travailleur ot Tnlicman, 232, p]. 

sx, Ufj, 2, 1N»8, oir tlio Aiori's in 2,000 fatboms. 

FamJly CCXXII. BREOMACERGTIDfl. 

OeiiQi992. BB£OIIA0EB0S(Canlor) Thompson. 

llregMavrrot {C-Milot) TbomnBou, in Cliiirlesvporth^H Mujr. Nat. Hist. 1840, 184 

2956. Bregmaceros maccleUaudll Cantor. 

.-^oiith Pa< ilir ntiil Indiiiu ocvaus; also off const of I'annitia. 
llre-jmareroH miicrlrtlamlii Cantor MS.. Tbouipson, in Cburlca worth's Mag 
Nut. Hist. 1810, li^'iire 1^5, India. 



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3957. Bregmaceroa atlantlcaa Goode iV, Beau. 

BlakL' StatiouH Wi off Granada, iind US off Keviav hIru Rtatian 

imi, ofl' >'evii.. 




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Order CC. HETEROSOMATA. The FUitfiahes. 

Family CCXXTTT. PLBXTRONBCTZDJB. Tlie Flounders. 

Oenni 993. ATHEBE8THE8 Jordan 9t Gilbert 
Athere8tke8 Jordan & Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 51 {tiomuu). 

2958. Athereethee etomias (Jordan &, Gilbert). Arrow- Toothed Halibut. 

San Francisco to Alaska. 

Platyiomatiohthys 8tomia$ Jordan dc Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 301, 
off San Francisco. 

Genu 994. BiEIllUABBTinS OilL 
BeinhardtiuB Gill, Cat. E. C. Fishes, 50, 1861 {hippoglo88oide$). 

2959. Reinhardtiaa hippogloaaoidea (Walbanm). Greenland Halibut, 

Arctic parts of the Atlanti c, south to Finland and Grand Banks. 
Plenronectee cynogloesue Fabricios, Faana Gro^ulandioa, 163, 1780, Green- 
land ; not of Linnseas. 

Oeniii995. HIPFOOLOSSUB CuTier. 
Hippogloeeus Cuvier, R^gne Animal, ed. 1, ii, 221, 1817 (hippogloeeue), 

2960. Hippoglosaaa hippoglossua (Linnseus). Halibut. 

All northern seas, southward in deep waters to France, Sandy Hook, and 

San Francisco. 
Pleuronectee hippogloesua Linnsos, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 269, 1758, European 

Ocean. 

Genus 996. LY0P8ETTA Jordan ft Gois. 
Ljfopsetta Jordan &. Goss, in Jordan, Cat. Fish. N. A., 135, 1885 {exilie). 

2961. Lyopaetta exilia (Jordan & Gilbert). 

North Pacific, in rather deep water; San Francisco to Alaska. 
Hippoglosaoidee exilis Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 154, off 
San Francisco, between the Golden Gate and Point Reyee. 

Genus 997. E0P8ETTA Jordan ft Goss. 
Eopaetia Jordan dc Goss, in Jordan, Cat., 135, 1885 (Jordani), 

2962. Bopaetta jordani (Lockington). California Sole. 

West coast of United States, from Puget Sound to Monterey. 
Hippogloesoides jordani Lockington, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1879, 73, San 
Francisco. 

Genus 998. HIPFOGfL0680IDfcB Gottiehe. 

Hippoglo99oide9 Gottsche, Wiegmann's Arohiv 1835, 164 {**lafnanda**=plate9' 
BiAdea). 

2963. Hippoglossoides platesaoidea (Fabricios). 

North Atlantic, sooth to Cape Cod, and coasts of England and Scandinavia. 
Pleuroneetea plateesoidea Fabricius, Fauna GrcBulandica, 164, 1780, Greenland. 

2964. Hippogloaaoidea elaaaodon Jordan & Gilbert. 

Puget Sound and northward. 

Hippogloseoidea elaeeodon Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 278, 
Puget Sound, at Seattle and Tacoma, Washington. 

Genus 999. P tlE TT iCH T HY S Giraxd. 
PeettidktKyB Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 140 {melanoetictue). 

2965. Paettichthya melanoatictna Girard. 

Pacific Coast of North America, from Alaska south to Monterey. 
Peetiichtky melanoeHetue Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 140, San 
l?>anciBco; Astoria, Oregon. 



REPOET OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHEBIEB. 

f, 13,187G(mami;j»). 

2966. HippoglOBslna macropa StaiDdachnur. 

P^icitic Coaflt of Mexico. Mazatlan. 

Sippoglosiina macrope SteindachDer, lobtb, Beitr.. v, 13, pi. 3. 1879, Sl>z*tlan. 

2967. Hlppoglosalna Btomata KiKeDinann & Eigenmami. 

Oir Sm Hiego, California. 

SippoijUii'lna atomalaEigenauuia & Eigeunaaii, Prou. Cai. Ao. Bel. tS90, 23, 
Sau Diego. 

296B. HippoglOBBlna boUmaol Gilbert. 

Paui6o Coaat, off ooaat of Colombia. 

Uipj>ogloifiaa bollmani Qilbttrt, I'tac. U. S. Nat. Muh, 18M. 122, off co*n of 
Colombia at AJbatroM Station 38(15, T' 56' N., 70^ «' 30" W., iu &1| , 
fathoms. 

Oaiiiu 1001, ZTBIB£nST8 Jordui k OUbert 
Sgalreurya Jordiiu & Gilbert, Proc. U. 3. Nat. Mas. 1880, 34 (Ucltpit). 

8969. Xyatreurys Uolepia Jonlan &. Gilbert. 

Coast of California, from PoiDt Coaceptioa eonthward. 

Snitrniriit liolepii Jncdmi &. Uilb^n, Pioo, U. S. N»t. Mui. ISSO,]). SI, SmaUk 
Barbara, Califurota. 

Oaniu 1008. PABAUCKTUYS Glnrd. 

Paraliehihs» Girard, U. S. Pac. B. B. Surr., x, U6, 1858 {oalifontitmt). 

2970. FaraUcbtby* califoriilona (Ayroa). Bantard Halibut; Montrrry Oallbmt. 
('oust of Califomiu, Tomaloa Bay to Saa Diego. 
ni}>pogtot»u- caiiforniau Ay roa, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sol. IS59, 29, and 1860, fig. 10, 

BanPra--^ — 



2971. ParalLobtbyB brasflleiuds (Ranzani). 

South America, said to range northward to Gaatemala. 

Uippoglotiat iinuilimttia Banzani, Nov. Speo. Piso., 10, tab. m, 1840, BnuiL 

2972. Paialiohthya adspBrana (Steindachner). 

Paoiflo Coast of tropical America; Cape San Lnoae to Peni. 
Ptetidoritombut adapwnu Steindacbner, Ichth. Nolizen, V, 189T,9,pl.3,CIiiii' 
ctiaa Islands. 

2973. Parallohtlkva iroolmanl Jordan A, Williams. 

Oalapasoa Islanda. 

PdraticlClhy* aoolmani Jordan & Williams, Proc. U. S. Nat. Hal. 1806^ G*!*- 
pagoe Islands. 

2974. Patalicbthys deotatns (Linnictis). Summrr Flounder. 

Atlantic Co.iHt of Suited St:ites from Cape Cod to Klorida. 

fkuroneclt^ di-nlalaf Linuii'UH, Uyat. Nat., ed. xii, 1, 458, 1766, and of unmer- 

2975. Parallcfathjrs lethoatisma Jordan & Gilbert. Sonlbcrn Flounder. 

Suutb Atlantic atid Gulf co^ifta of ITnited States, nortb to New York. 
I'aralichiki/M Mboil'saia Jordan &. Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1884, 237, 
JacksouviU.-, Florida. 

2976. Paralichthjs aquamllentua Jordan Si Gilbert. 

South Atlantic and Gulf co.ists of i:Dit«d Statos. 

raralichlhut 'quamitenfu Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. 8, Nat. Mns. 1882, p. 308, 
Puua^cohi, Flurid.1. 

2977. ParaUchthys alblgutta Jordan & Gilbert. 
.Sontb Atl.intir and Gulf coasts of Tuitod States. 

J'aralirhtlijif, alb<g»lla Jotdau ac.O■l\\lon,VTlK.,\!.?..■S^.^.■A™.'^^l,^*a,V»in.- 
BU<:ula: Ktsaufurt. 



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2978. Paraliohthys oblongos (Mitchill). Four-tpotted Flounder, 

Coasta of New England and New York. 

Pleuronectes ohUmf^uB Mitohill, Trans. Lit. and Philoe. Soo., 1, 1815, 391, New 
York. 

2979. Paralichthys SBStiiarina Gilbert &> Scofield. 

Upper part of Galf of California. 

Paraliehthyt (B9tuariu$ Gilbert &, Scofield MS., 1896, near month of Colorado 
River. 

* 

Genni lOOS. ANOYLOPflEXTA OilL 
Anciflapsetta (jtl^^oo. Ac. Nat. Sci. p£ila. 1864, dii (quadrooellaia). 

2980. Anoylopsetta dendritioa Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. 

Ancylopsetta dendHtiea Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 121, Gnlf of Cali- 
fornia, at Albatross Station 3022, 30^ 58' 30'' N., 113^ 17' 15" W., in 11 
fathoms. 

2981. Ancylopaetta qnadrooellata Gill. 

South Atlantic and Gnlf coasts of United States. 

Ancylopaetta quadrocellata Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 224, Pensaoola 
(not Plateasa quadrocellata Storer). 

Genus 1004. HOTOSEMA Goods k Bean. 
Xoto9ema Goode dc Bean, Bull. Mns. Comp. Zool., x. No. 5, 193, 1883 {dileeia). 

2982. Notoaama dilaotom (Goode &> Bean). 

Gnlf Stream. 

Noto9ema dileeia Goode &> Bean. Bull. Mns. Comp. Zool., x, No. 5, 193, 1883, 
Gnlf Stream, off coast of South Carolina. 

Genus 1005. GA8IB0P8EITA B. A Bean. 

Oa$trop»etta B. A. Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894, 633 (fronialiM), 

2983. Qastropsetta frontalis B. A. Bean. 

Key West and Apalachioola, Florida. 

GastropBettafronialU B. A. Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1894,683, Key West 
and ApaJachicola, at Albatross Stations 2317 and 2373, in 45 fathoms. 

Genus 1006. B0THU8 Baflnssqne. 

BotkuB Rafinesqne, Carratteri di Alenni Nuovi Gen., 23, 1810 (BothuM rumolo 
RafinesquessFIetirofiso/et rkoialnu Linntens). 

8sbf«Mt LOPHOFSBTTA Gin. 

Lophop$etta Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 603 {maoulatu$). 

2984. Bothna maonUtns (Mitchill). 

Atlantic Coast of United States, from Cape Cod to South Carolina. 
PleuroneeteB iMeulatut Mitchill, Kept. Fish. N. Y., 9, 1814, New York. 

Genus 1007. TBI0H0P8ETTA GiU 

Triohop^etta Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1888, 603 (ventraUe). 

2985. TrichopaatU Tentralia (Goode &. Bean). 

Gulf of Mexico, in deep water. 

Citkariektkyt ventralit Goode <& Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1885, 592, Gnlf of 
Mexico, at Albatross SUtion 2386, 29^ 15' N., 88^ 6' W., in 60 fathoms. 

Genus 1008. SfGYOFEBTS Jordan 9t Bellman, 

Engyopkry Jordan dt Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 176 {sancti- 
laurentH), 

2986. Bngyophrys Banoti-laiirentii Jordan &, Bollman. 

Pacific Ocean, off coast of Colombia. 

EngyophruM BancH-laurentii .lordan & Bollman, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 
176. Pacific Coast, off coast of Colombia, at Albatross StationH 2795, T^ 
57' N., 78© 65' W., and 2805, 7^ 56' N., 79^ 41' 30" W., in 33 and 51 fathoms. 




REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FlSa AND F1SHEBIE8. 

Osniu 1009. LIOQLOBSniA OUbert 

lAoglotaiaa Gill.ert, I'roc. U. S, Nat Mua. 1890, 122 ( tetrophlharmum), 

3987. Lioglossina tetrophthalmua Gilbert. 

Lioglotnna Mropl<thttImiii Gilbert. Proo. U. 8. Nat. Mhb. I«B0. 122. OoUd 
Califuniiu, lit Alltatrosa Statiooe SOU auil 'Mlii, In W anil 7tl futboio*., 

B«Diu 1010. AZEVIA JonUn ft Gow. 
jMfia .Inrdan &. Gobs, Heview Flounden and Bales, Hept. V. B. Flmb I 

1886 (1»89), 271 (jmnamnnis). 

2988. Asevla pauamenala (SteindaciiDci). 

I'lM'ifit IJoiiBt of Ceotrnl America. 

Cilharithlhiit panarHimiUi SteinilaoliDcr, lohth, Beitr,, in, 63. Itt75> 

2989. AZQVia qnema .Ionian & BoIUiinn. ■* Gt.tA'^i-e-e-W-*. 

Pacifiii Const of America, off constof Colombm. i 

Ateria qitn-na Jordan Bl B<*Hinii. ProiMI. 8. Niit>Mus. 1889, I7«. off <M 

lombia. at AlbutTOMStalioiin2800, 8''51- N.,7r 31'30" W.. InT IMbOOl 

aaU 2«oa, S'^ 38' N., 73^ 31' SO" W., in 16 fiitlioiua. ^ 

Omni 1011. CTCIAPSFTTA QUI 

Cyoloptelta Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Miis. 1888, 6l)l (JimbHala). 

2990. Cjrolopsetta ohlttendenl B, A. Iteoii. 

Trinidad liilnni]. 

C^ciopm-tla ehilUnileni B. A. Bean, Proc, U.S. Nat, Mus. 18iM, 635, fig- 2, 
dad Island. 

2991. Cyclopaetta Qmbrlata ((-Doileil Beau.) I 

Ueen w;itor» of the (inlf of Moiico, \ 

Uemirhomlmt Jimbriala iitxiAe &. IStuin, Proo. U. S. Nat. Miis. 188S, S9I. doM 

waters of (;nlf of Mexico. ^ 

OflDDi lOlS. CITHAfilCHTHTS Bleekar. \ 

Cilhatichthi/i Kleoker. Coinptes llendua Acad. Sci. Amaterd.. xm, P1aimiD.,a| 

1»62 (tayenni«»is = s('i/i'ji(i'rH«). 

2992. Cltharlchthys BOTdidua (OiTar'l), 

i'ncific Cna^t of North America, in water of moderate depth from Bntifili 

Columbia to Lower C&lifoini.i. 
F»ellii-klhii>, ^ordidua Olrard, Proc. Ac. Nat. .'^ci. Pliila.. vir, 1854, 112, Ssn 



v-» 



2993. Cltharichtbya fnglha Oilbart. 

Gnlf of CnlifoTDJa. 

CUharichihgt fragUit Gilbert, Proe. U. S. Nat. Mna. 18S10, 120, Gnlf of Califor- 
nia, at AlbatroHs BtatinuB 3011. 3016, 3017. ami 3033. in 18 Ui 71} falhoiua. 

2994. Citharicbthya zanthoatlBnia Gilbert. 

Mnjrdiil.'iia Bay. weat count of Lower California, and in Gulf of Culifortiia. 

l-tth.iri.l.tl,.,. AinlhotHgtva tJilbiTt, Hror> T. H. .Vat. Mils. 1«9(>. 120, «-™t const 
of J.'MMr I idiforniii in Majriitileiia ii.-iv, and in the Gulf of (.'aliforniu, 
:<[ AHiiitroBd btotiona 303ii, 3013. and itOtl, in 47 to 74 fatbuius, 

2995. Cltharichthya stJgniiEua .TordaTi A' Gilbert. 

Co^iKt of Hoiitbrrn California. 

CJ/*«rJpA(/i.««i(J!(rnfi'ir«.li.rdan Aliilliert, i'roo.lJ.S. Nat. Miib. 18«2, *10, 111, 
Suiila Ikirbara, California. 

2996. Cicharichthya dinoceroa Gooile A- Itean. 

l).,.Ii w;,l.r-..f fii.If of Mexico. 

(.■•>lu:ruhih,i- .(ino-rroi Gooile A Hean. Hull. Mns, Cninp. 7.ool„ Xii, No. S, 157. 
1--n;. <.if Jliiniiiiiiue, f>t. Lurii'. and Uarbadus. 

2997. Citharicbthya arctifrana Gomio. 
■p wati'mof (inlf Rtniam, 
iarirhlkgt urrli/roii" llooile, Vi'"-. V\ 9.. "Sal. ■»«». \^Wi, ■yi\. Wl, »iviV 

dtrcani, off soutbem Kew Eb^IhuA Cua*.x,. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHSa 503 

2998. Citharichthys unicornis Goode. 

Deep waters of the Galf Stream. 

Cithariohtkya untcomis Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 342, Golf Stream, 
soatheast of New England. 

2999. Cithazlohthys macrops Dresel. 

Sonth Atlantic and Golf coasts of United States. 

Citharichthif9 macrop9 Dresel, Proc. U. S. N. M. 1884, 539, Pensacola, Florida. 

3000. Cithariohthys ohleri Jordan & Evermann. 

West Indies. 

Citharickthtis uhleri Jordan & Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 
1896, West Indies. 

3001. Cithariohthys spiloptems Giinther. 

£ , Bo^ coasts of tropical America, north to New Jersey and'Maistlan . 

Citkarichthyt 9pilopterus GUnther, Cat., iv, 1862, 421, Bahia; New Orleans; 
San Domingo; Jamaica. 

3002. Cithariohthys g;ilberti Jenkins &> Evermann. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, from Gnlf of California to Panama. 
Citharichthifa gilberti Jenkins dc Evermann, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1^8, 157, 
Gnaymas, Mexico. 

3003. Cithariohthys miorostomna Gill. cLa^ Z^-^, ^^n^ca^o 

Gulf of Mexico. 

C'\iKar\cUh^% micro9Umu8 Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 223, Beeal^y 
Point, New Jersey. 

Oenvs 1018. ETB0PU8 Jordsa ft Gilbert 
Eiropu$ Jordan &, Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 364 (erottotiM). 

3004. Etropus orosaotna Jordan & Gilbert. 

Tropical America, on both coasts, north to Gaaymas, Mexico, and Cape 

Hatteras, North Carolina. 
Etropus cro$9otu$ Jordan & Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1881, 364, Mazatlan. 

3005. Btropna rlmosua Goode 6c Bean. 

Gulf of Mexico. 

Etropus rimo8u$ Goode Sl Bean, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns., \ili, 1885, 593, Gnlf of 
Mexico, at Albatross Station 2408, 28^ 28' N., 84^ 25' W., in 210 fathoms. 

Oenas 1014. KOHOLEHE Goods. 
Monolene Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1880, 338 (tesHlioauda). 

3006. Monolene aesailioiiada Goode. 

Deep waters of the Gnlf Stream. 

Monolene 8e99ilicauda Goode, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, pp.337, 338, deep 
water south of New England. 

3007. Monolene atrimana Goode & Bean. 

Deep water of the Caribbean Sea. 

Monolene atrinmna Goode Sl Bean, Bull. Mas. Comp. ZooL, xn, 155, 1886, deep 
water off Barbados. 

Genus 1015. FUUBOHICUIUyS Oiiaid. 

Pleuronichthye Ginurd, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 139 {octnonu). 

3008. Plenroniohthys deonrrena Jordan 6l Gilbert. 

Pacific Coast of United States, south to Monterey. 

Pleuronidith^e deeurrens Jordan 6l Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1880, 453, 
San Francisco ; Monterey Bay. 

3009. Plenroniohthys vertioalia Jordan dc Gilbert. 

Coast of California, in deep water. 

Pleuronichthye vertioalie Jordan Jb GUbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1880, 49, San 
I'Yancisco. 

3010. Plenroniohthys ocsnosna Girard. 

Alaska, southward to San Diego; most common about Pnget Sound. 
PUuronUhtkye cctnoeue Girard, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1854, 139, San Fran- 
dsoo. 




\ 3021. I 



BEPOBT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Omku lOte, HTPSOPSXTTA QUI. 

Hspiopiella Gill, Proc. Ac, Nnt. 8ci. Philtt. 18G4, 1!K {gultaJatut). 
3011. HypaopBetta guttnlata (Girard). Diamond Flounder. 

Coast of Califoniiii, Cape Meadorino to Mai;d&1eiia li.ij'. 
l'h«r<,niclilhy» gMtulalM Oirard, froc, Ao.Nat. Sci. Fhila. 1866, 13T. pro1«t| 
TamaloB Bay, Caltfomia, 

Oflnai lOIT. FABOPHETS Qiratd. 

Farophrgt Oirard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Si^i. Phila. 1854, 139 {retulM). 
3013. FarophiyB Tetulua Oirard. 

PaoiHc Coast of NortU America, AJaskft to RiHita Baibftra. 

I'arophnjs vHulva Girard, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sol. Phila. 1854, 140, rnlifornliL 

Gbbiu 1018. nrOFSEITA Jwdvi & Ooh. 
Intrpsetfa Jordan &. Qobb, in .Inrdiin. Cat. Fiabea N. A., 13G, 188S (IwAim^^ 

3013. Inopoetta Isohyia (.lordan & Gilbert). 

Puget Sound, probalilv northward to Alaska. ^ 

Parophrgs iaeltijrHs Jortlnn Sc Gilbert, Proo. U. S. Nat. Miu. ISSO, 376 and fl 
Fuget Soimd. 

OanUB lOlB, ISOPSETTA Loofeingtoii. 
laopitlla LorkiugtoD, in Jord.in &. Gilbert, 8ynopBi^ 832, 1883 liMlepU), 

3014. Isopsetta iBolepis (Lookin^toa). 

Pufjet Sound to Point Conception, in rather deep water. 

LepidopaeUa iiohpit LocktDgtoti, Proc. Li. S. N. U. 1880, 325, Sm Fnuieiacio, J 

Oflnni lOSD. LEPIDOPSETTA Oill. 

lApidoptelta Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat, Sci, Phila. 18ft*, 1D6 (HtNfrraiM). 

3015. Lepidopsetta bllineata (A,;ies). 

Pacific Con^t of North America, Alaska to Monterey. 

Platcifa hilintata Ayroe, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1855, 40, ^tn FtancisiTO, 

0«liiu 1021. UKAIfSA OottHke. 
Limanda Gottache, Wie^Tnann'a Archiv 1835, 100 (limandu). 

3016. Iilmanda femiginea (Storer). 

Allanlic Conet of Norl.h America, Labrador to New Tork. 

I'laUita ferrugima Storer, FiahcB Uaasacbusetts, 141, pi. '1, 1839, Cape Ann. 

3017. Zilmanda proboecldea Gilbert. 

Bristol and Herendeen bajB, Alaska. 

lAmaitda proboicidea Gilbert, Kept, U. B. F. C. 1893 (1S9G). 460, Bristol B*;, 
Alaaha, at Albatross Stations 3239, 3240, and 3248, in 1 1 to 21 fat lioiua. 

3018. Iilmiuida aapera Pallas. 

CoaatB of Alaska and Kanichatha. 

PleuronectTs aaper Pallaa, Zoogr, Roeao-Asiat.. 111,425. 1811, caat c«aat ol 
Siberia. 

3019. Litnanda beani Goode. 

Deep wiiliT, niT coast of New England, 

Limaiida httini (ioode, Proc. L',S. Nut, Mils. 1880, 473. Bontlivrn cooflt of New 
Eciglnnd. 

aecai 1023. FSEUDOPLETJBONXCrES Bleekar, 

l-Ku,hplt<iiOHi-rle' lileeker. Cuiupt. Rend. Ac. Amst., Plour.. 7, 1862 (plaHii*), 

3020. Pseudopleuronectes americanua (Walbnnui), ComiHOB Flalfilk or Winter 
llu-ndfr. 

Atlantic Coaat of North America, from Labrador ti 
rieHroHeflCK ameHcania Walbauin, Artcdi PiHCium, 
boHiMt on the " Flounder" of Sohopf. 

3021. PaeadopIeuioQectea pinnifasclatua (Kner). 
Si'.i of Kamcliatkn, Decaatrin llnv. 
/'leuruaei'lfH i.jsni/mcialiw Kiier. vu ain\ni\ac\inPT.Vp\>n (n.mv[.oV\*'a.t<«i*B» 

don, etc., aiw UecaattU Bay,-i,i.l-l.a*-'i-'^'*'^*^^»™'^''^^*^'"^'i- 



UjIaaHy^*^ 



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CHECK-LISt OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 505 

Qma» 1028. PLEUSONECTES (Artadi) LiiuuBiif. 

Pleuronectca (Artedi) Linnffios, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 268, 1758 (inolndes all 
floundere). 

3022. Plenroneotea qaadrituberonlataB Pallas. 

Coasts of Alaska and Kamchatka. 

PleuronecteB quadrituherciilatua Pallas, Zoogr. Rosso-Asiat., in, 423, 1811, aea 
between Kamchatka and Alaska. 

Genus 10S4. IIOPSEITA OilL 
L%op9eita Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1864, 217 igldber). 

3023. Liopsettapntnami (Gill). 

Atlantic Coast of North America, from Cape Cod northward to Labrador 

and beyond. ^ 

EucK«awodu9 puinami Gill, Proo. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila.* 1864, 216-221, Salem, 

Massachusetts. 

3024. Liopsetta glaoialia (Pallas). 

Arctic Ocean, sooth to St. Michaels. 

Fleuranectes glacialit Pallas, Itin., lU, App., 706, 1776, month of river Obi. 

Genus 1025. PLATOPHBTB Swainson. 
Platophrys Swainson, Nat. Hist. Classn. Fishes, etc., ii, 902, 18S9 (oetiiahu), 

3025. Platophrys apinoaaa (Poey). 

West Indies. 

RkamhindichikyB $pino9U9 Fo«y» Synopsis, 409, 1868, Cnba. 

3026. Platophrys tSBnioptema Gilbert. 

Golf of California and western coast of Lower CalifomiiD 
Platophrys tceniopterut Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1890, 118, Gnlf of Cal- 
ifornia and coast of Lower California. 

3027. Platophrys conatellatoa Jordan &, Evermann. 

Galapagos Archipelago. 

Platophrys constellatus Jordan &, Eyermann, Fishes North and Middle Amer- 
ica, 1896, Galapag^ Islands. 

3028. Platophrys ocellatoa Swainson. 

Tropical America ; sandy shores from Long Island to Rio Janeiro. 
Platophrys ocellatu$ Swainson, Nat. Hist. Classn. Fishes, ii, 302, 1839, no local- 
ity given. 

3029. Platopluya maonUfer (Poey). 

West Indies. 

Pleuroneotes nuumUfenu Poey, Memoriae, ii, 316, 1860, CienfDegos, Cnba. 

3030. Platophrys elllptions (Poey). 

West Indies. 

PleuroneelM elUpticus Poey, Memoriae, ii, 315, 1860, Cnba. 

3031. Platophrys Itmatoa (Linniens). 

West Indies. 

Pleuromeotes lunatm Linniens, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 269, 1758; based on Catesby, 
and of the various copyists. 

3032. Platophrys leopardlnna (Giinther). 

Golf of California. 

Jihomboidickthys leopardinus Giinther, Cat., iv, 434, 1862^ locality unknown. 

Genus 1026. SYACnTK TUnwii 
Syacium Ranzani, Nov. Spec. Pise, Dis. Sec. 1840, 20 (mierurum), 

3033. Syacium papillosam (Linniens). 

West Indies. 

Pleuronectes papillosui Linnsens, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 271, 1758; based on Maro- 
grave, and of the earlier copyists. 



SOfi KEPOBT or cxnonssfoxra op ft^b akd fuhebiss. 

3034. S|ra<a w » taUtrtmrn (Jo«4m A GiOotIi. 



3035. Bj»civm tmlc 'GDMlur}. 

Pxrific Coait at Ttwte _ 



riMUhikft GUud, FToe.Ae.MBt.SeLFliil£.U&t,136(r^a»»«=» lrftot» »^ 

3037- PLattctaUijB Mailatsa I'slla*. r«Ii/<^'' n«uda'. 

PaciKo (.'vaal of Anirrin, from Point Con<v]>ti<iB to Ibe Aiello OecAS, aad 



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3038. BmbaaaicbtliyBbatiijbiiu ^Gilbert;. 

Gout of CaliiaraU, aonlb nf Point CoaMfnioB. 
Cfnlaigton*, («(AytJ-t (iilben. Proc. L'. S. Nat. Hna. UM; 123, Stuiu Bwhus 
Ch&niuil, at AlbalroH filatiou 2981^ in 609 AUhmb*. 

OoDai 1039 XICBOnOinn Oottadw. 

i/icrnti'/niu* HotUrhi-, Wie^manDa Archir 1S35, 150 lUliimu); ool Jfi 
floma Kiuo. 1S26. 

3039. Microstomas kltt (Wftlbanm). Smtar Dab. 

Atetie. Kaiope, went to the MS betireen Greenland sod IceUud. 

J'learoaterrii kill Waltiaiun, Art«di Piscium, III, UO, ITU&. alter R*T; um 
dMcrlptiun in part confoteA with that Of XrjMdorlioBiM*. 
30V>. idicioatomue pACiScaa il^ocViagloa). 

Pacific Const or North Ami-'rica, HoDt«ref to TanconTer Island, and proba- 
bly northward. 

Glfptocfpkalut pacifi<.v$ Ijoc'kiiigxo'a, BepkCaL Com. PisberiM 1978-79^ 43; 
off Point Iie;ea, California. 

Oaniu 1030, OLTFTOCEFHAUIB OottKhe. 

<i tuptocfphalut OottAcbe, Wiegmaaa's Arch. 1835, 156 (Mxiwlasi 
3041. Ol7ptoo«pbalns ornoBlosana (Linnsaa). 



c; thiia far hDown only from about San 

<;lyptmtpkalui iai-Mrut LocliingtoD, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1ST9, 88, San 

Family CCXXIV. SOLEIDiE. The Soles, 
Oflnui 1031. ACBmQS LocApede. 

.-Irfciru. I,.n:C-i,..Uo, lliat. Nat. PoiBB., iv, G.-,9, 1803 {Jofdalui, etc.). 

3043. ActaiiuB achltue ll.inniiiiH), 

Allaiitir r.,aHlH iif tr..iiic;iL Anwripa. 

rUuruncvUt a<liiiHi UiinicuH, SjB, Xat., od. i, 268, 1758; bttBed on Gronow. 

3044. Acbitus inscrlptuB Goaso. 
uorlh t.) Kiij' Wost. 



600 BEPOBT OF COMlOaSIOHEB OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 

3034. Syacium latlfrons (Jordiui A OUlxirC). 

1'Bi^llio I'liMt of traplr.&l Aunrira; PaiiftUift. 

( •Ukan.hlhyw laH/rant .tonltui & Ollbvrt. liiiU. V. S. V. C. 1881. 'SH. VmKan. 

3035. Syacium ovale (Uilutber). 

FaviTiu CuiMt uf Tniiiiral Aiiierioft. Maiatlui to Panamn. 
Ilimirhjtmbut ura/HUllulbcr, I'rucZuul. t^m'. Lunil.lS&t, 154, PaniuiiK. 

3036l Sjraalmn mlcnmiin Kaiizaoi. 

Wi-at Inili«f>; Key We^t to Rio Januiro. 

SfM^wm •nierarim Raniaui, Nor. tipcc. PUc. DfM. Sec., 1840,3fl,pl.S, Bnxil. 

Onui lOflT. FLAnCBTETB Olnrd. 

I'lati-hlliy, r.itutil, l-too. Ac. Nat Sci. Phitp. I^ ISG (r^o«<i«=^«l«lWM). 

3037. PlatiobUiy* aMUatua Pallaa, California Flounder. 

PaclQc {'out of Aiiirrit-'a, from Point Coucoption to the Antio Oeau, and 

M>iith toSukhaliii. 
rifuTouKle* tullaiHi Piillna, Zuagr. lionao-Aalnt., Ill, 416, 1611, Alaaka. 

Onu 103S. BKBABSICHTHTS Jwdan * Evomuui. 
Embatiitbihgi .FonUu & Evuruiauii. Kiabos N. and U. Amct., 1890 (frnthyMiM). 

3038. BmbaMlolillirs batbrbiua (riUbert). 

Coast of Cftlirornla aouth of Pnlnt C«oe«ptloa. 



Ooaat loss nCBOSTOICITB OettMbA 

.\hci.,.iom,.. (iotUt'liL'. WLcutuunu'iiArDliiT 183S, 150 (latideni); not Micros 
•lama IClMu, IISX. 

3009. Mlcroatomna kltt fWalbaiun). Ahmc Dab. 

Arctic tCorope. went to tlie sea hetween Ureonland and Iceland. 
riearoHeclr* kill Walliaiun, ArteJ) Piiciuui, 111, IIX), ITSU, art«r Ray; tbe 
dcn<.*ri|>lii>ii in p:irt coufiisi'd nil.li Ibut of Ltpidorhumbut. 

3040. Kioroitomaa paolfioos (LookioKton). 

Pacific Coast of North America, MoDt«re; t« TanconTsr Island, and proba- 
bly northward. 
Im pacific 
it Reyes, Califoraiar 

emu lOSO. OLTFIOCEPHAUn OottMhs. 

GfyploorpAalusQottsche, Wlagmann's Arch. 1836, 156 (Mzw«Ia = cyaoj;I«MM). 

3041. aiyptocephalna ornoEloaana (Linn^ns). 

Nortb Atlantic, rhiedj in deep water, south to Cope Cod and France. 
Plrarontclen ci/Hogtoftui Liunxus, Syet. Nat., ed. x, 269, IIM; after Urouow. 

3042. Olyptocepbalus zachirua Lockinf^n. 

Deeji uiittTH of tbe Northern Pacidc; thus far known onlv from abont San 

Kraii.Lsio. 
aiifplocrphalua :ackirus Lockington, Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. 1879, 88, San 

FrnuciBio. 

Family CCXXI7. SOLEID^I. Tbe Soles. 
Oeniu 1031. ACBtBOB Lacepsde. 

A<-I.inii Luc(:.|>eile, Hist. Nat. Poiss.. iv, C.-,9, 18(« (/,i<..-in/ii«, etc.). 

3043. Achirus acblrua (Linnii'us). 

.Atlantic roiisis <if tropiciil Anipricn. 

rieuroncclei ttvhiru- I.imii.'Us, SjH, Xat., fd. i, 2G8, 175«; baseil on Gronow. 

3044. Acbinis insctlptua <losfie. 

Wrst Indies, north to Kty West. 

Jeltimt iHteriplai Uosse, Nat. !Sojoiim Jamaica, 52, p]. I, tig. 4, 1851, JamaicA. 




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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 507 

3045. Achirufi klunzingerl (Steindachner). 

Pacitic Coast of tropical America, Panama to Gaayaqnll. 
Solea klnmingeri Steindachner, Zor Fische des Cauca and der Flnsse bei 
Guayaquil, 44, 1879, Guayaquil, Ecuador. 

3046. Achirus lineatua (LinnsBus). 

West Indies, Key West and Egmont Key to Urnffuay. 

rieuronecies lineatus Linnseus, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 268, 1758; based on Brown 
& Sloane; not of ed. xii, which is Achirus faaciatua. 

3047. Achirus mazatlanua (Steindachner). Mexican Sole; Teipalcate. 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Solea mazatlana Steindachner, Ichth. Notizen, ix, 23, 1869, Mazatlan. 

3048. Achirus fonsecensis (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America, Mazatlan to Fonseca. 
Solea fonsecensis GUnther, Cat., iv, 475, 1862, Gulf of Fonseoa. 

3049. Achirus fischeri (Steindachner). 

Pacific coast of Isthmus of Panama. 

Solea fischeri Steindachner, Beitr. Kenntniss Flns-Flsche Sud-Amer., 13, 1879^ 
Rio Mamone, near Panama. 

3050. Achirus scutum (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of Central America. 

Solea scutum Giinther, Cat., iv, 474, 1862, Gulf of Fonseca, Panama. 

3051. Achirus fimbriata (Giinther). 

Gulf of Fonseca. 

Solea fimbriata GUnther, Cat., iv, 477, 1862, Gulf of Fonseca. 

3052. Achirus fasciatus Lac^p^de. American Sole; Hog-choher, 

Atlantic Coast of United States, from Cape Cod to Texas; often ascending 

streams. 
Achirus fasciatus Lac^pMe, Hist. Nat. Poiss., iv, 659, 662, 1803, Charleston, 

S. C. ; description based entirely on the Linniean acconnt of the fish 

sent by Garden. 

3053. Achirus panamensis (Steindachner). 

Pacific Coast of Tropical America, Panama. 

Solea panamensis Steindachner, Ichth. Beitr., v, 10, pi. 2, 1876, Panama. 

Genus 1082. AFI0HI0HXHT8 Kanp. 
Apionichihys Kanp, in Wiegmann's Archiv 1858, 104 (dumerili), 

3054. Apionichthys unicolor (Giinther). 

West Indies. 

Soleotalpa unicolor Giinther, Cat., iv, 1862, 489, West Indies. 

Genus 1033. SYMPHUBITS Baflneeqne. 

Symphurus Rafinesqne, Indice d' Ittiologia Siciliana, 52, 1810 (nigresoens). 

3055. Symphurus margiiiatus (Goode & Bean). 

West Indies. 

Aphoristia marginata Goode & Bean, Bull. Mns. Comp. Zool., x, No. 5, 153, 
1883, off St. Vincent, etc. 

3056. Symphurus atramentatus Jordan <& Bollman. 

Off coast of Colombia. 

Symphurus atramentatus Jordan & Bollman, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 177, 

off coast of Colombia, at Albatross Station 2795, 7° 57' N., 78° 55' W., in 

33 fathoms. 

3057. Symphurus elongatus (Giinther). 

Pacific Coast of tropical America. 

Aphoristia omato yar. elongate GUnther, Fishes Cent. Am., 473, 1869, Panama. 

3058. Symphurus leei Jordan & Bollman. 

Off the coast of Colombia. 

/Symphurus leei Jordan & Bollman, Proo. U. S. Nat. Mns. 1889, 178, off coast of 

Colombia, at Albatross Station 2804, 8^ 16' 30' N., 79° 37' 45" W., in 47 

fathoms. 



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fiUO RBFOKT OF COHUI&SIONER OF FISH AND FI8HBSIE8. 

8059. Bjmphnnu atrlcanda (Jordan & Gilbert). 
Lower California, north to Sua DieK"- 
ApKerUiia alrieaida Junlau A. Gilbert, Vina. U. 8. N'at. Mas. 1880; 2S, S*n 
Dieeo, California. 

3060. Symphuma plaguflla (Blooh & Schneider). Jetdia. 

WpbI Inillcs, Boiith to Rio JBneim. 

l-leuronectcM jilayatia liloi'b & Sohnoider, 8]rBt. lohthvol.. 1S3, ISOl ; alUr 
lirowii, 

3061. Sympbuiua plaginMt (I,iiina>UB). Tongnt-fith. 

.'(oiitli Atlatitio ond Giilf ooostii of Unit«d Stutca. 

rieurontcW ftagiuia l.itmHMiit. gvat. Nat., od. xii. 455, tTA!, on » Bpoeituea 
from L>r. (inTden. pruliubly itoiu CbarlDSton, but tfaa locality got quit* 

3063. Sympbunia dlomedeana (GockIo & Bean). 
Gulf of Mcxi™, off Key W«.t. Tloridii. 

AphQriHia diomigrana V.ooAo & Itcnn. IVoo. V. S. Kat. Mii«. 1S85, 580, off 
Key WPBt. Flotilla, at Albatiosa Station 24H, 25 ■ V 30 N., »3- 21' \y 
W.. iu 24 fatbo:ui). 

3063. Sympbuma pneiUaa (Gooilo & Bean). 

Off Atlantic Coaat of United Stnta*. in deep water. 

ApborMia piailla Goudu A Bi>aD, I'roc. V. 8 Nut. Mub. ISK>, 6B0, Gulf Straam, 

at 10^ T 18" H., 70^ 46' M " W., and 4CH 1' N., S9^ 5fi W. 

3064. aymphnnia piser (Goode & Bean). 

West Indies and Qiilf of Meiiro. in deep water. 

JphoritUa pigra GoihIi' & BeiiTi, Bntl Mu8. Coinp. ZdoI., xiti, No.5, 151, 1886. 
Bt. Kittn, Kvy Wwt, and ChIot Knja, In about ^0 fathoniB. 

3065. SympbumR nebuloaus (Goo<lo & Bean). 

Gulf l^tream. 

Aphoritlia nebulowa Gonde & Bean, Bull. Mna. Camp. Zool., xtt, inS, 1883, 

llulf Streum, off the coaat of (.'Blifoniia. 

3066. Bymphnms williamai Jordan & Starks. 

West coast of Mexico. 

nhunu millianui Jordan &. Starks, in Jordan, Fishes Sioaloa, 606, 1896, 
[azatlan, Siaaloa. 

3067. Sympbnrna iMclolarla Glllnrt. 

Qnlf of California. 

aymphi,r«,/<ueiolarit Gilbert. Froe. U. S. N. M.1S91, S66,Gnlf of CaJifomU. 

Order DD. PBDICDIiATI. The Padlonlate Pishes. 

Family CCXZV. LOPHIID2. The Fiahing Froga. 

OMD11034. LOPHnrB (Artedi) IJnnxiu. l-iahing-Fiogi. 

Lophi»» I ArtFdi) Linu:<'us, Syet. Nat., ed. xii, 101', 1T('>>1 {pWaiormt). 

3068. IiophiuB piacatoiiua Linnicua. Fiaking-frog; Monk-fiik; (loote-fi'h; Angler; 

Allmouli: IMIoiri-fi«h. 
Norlli Atliditic, ou both coasts. 
Lophiut piBialnriHi LiniiU'iiB, Syst. Nat., nX. \(l. 1112. 1766, no locality gireii. 

Osnu loss. LOPHIOHTTS Oill. 

Lophiom,,. Gill, i'roc. V. .-!. Nat. Mub. ISS.', 5.-.2 [uHgtnx). 

3069. Iiophlomns acLlgtil us -WublMthi^g. 
<'<.»Bt«ofl'liitia»nil.In|>nn. 
lophiut i,liyerui Walilcnbert,'. -Skrivt. X.itarh., IV, 214, tab. 3, flga.6 and 6. 








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Family CCZZVI. A17TBNNARIID2S. 

Oeno. 1086. PTEEOPHEYKE Oill. ^t^ ^t^-— ^ ^ ^^ ft^ 

Pterophryne Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhUa. 1863, 90 {hiairio), 

3070. Pterophryne hiatrio (Linntens). 

Tropical parts of the Atlantic; abundant on our Gulf Coast and occasional 

southward. 
Lophiud huitrio Linnaeus, Syst Nat., ed. x, 237, 1758, in the open sea. 

Genus 1037. ANTENNABIUS Lao6pMe. (^cr#vi^^vw«/-^ 
JntennarittlLjJLif^^^Me, HiBt.*j^{at. Poiss., 1, 421, 17£i8 XfiMroneoiU). 

3071. Antennarlaa aanguinens Gill. 

Cape San Lucas, Lower California. 

AniennarxuB sanguineus Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 91, Cape San 
Lucas, Lower California. 

3072. AntennariuB atrlgatus Gill. 

Cape San Lucas, Lower California. 

Aniennariua atriqattu Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila. 1863, 92, Cape San Lucas, 
Lower California. 

3073. AntennariuB aoaber (Cuvier). 

Caribbean Sea; Port Castries; St. Lucia. 

Chironectes soaher Cuvier, M^m. Mus., iii, 425, pi. 16, fig. 2. 

3074. Antennariua reticularis Gilbert. 

Gulf of California. 

Antennarius reticularis Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1891, 566, Gulf of Cali- 
fornia, at Albatross Station 2825, in 7 fathoms. 

3075. Antennarius mtiltiooellatas (Cuvier & Valenciennes). 

Garden Key, Florida, to Martinique. 

Chironectes multiocellatus Cuvier & Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poiss., 422, 1837, 
Martinique. 

3076. Antennariua tigils Poey. 

Cuba. 

Chironectes tigris Poey, Memorias, i, 217, pi. 17, fig. 2, 1851, Cuba. 

3077. Antennarius inops Poey. 

West Indies. jfc^ v > 

Antennarius inops Poey, Ann. Sci. Nat. Madrid 1874, Puerto Rico. 

3078. Antennarius oohdllnus Poey. Martin Pescador, 

Cuba. \ 

Antennarius corajfinus Poey, Repertorio, i, 188, 1865, Havana. 

3079. Antennarius tenebrosus (Poey). 

Cuba. 

Chironectes tenebrosus Poey, Memorias, i, 219, pi. 17, fig. 1, 1851, Cuba. 

V 

3080. Antennarius ooellatus (Bloch <& Schneider). ' ^ 

Pensacola, Florida. 

Lophius ooellatus Bloch & Schneider, Syst. Ichth., 142, 1801. 

3081. Antennarius ^pnntagli (Mttller). 

Gulf of MexidD. 

Chironectes sonnUtffii Mliller, Reisen in Mexico, etc., i, 180, 1864, north of the 
Bahamas. \ 

Genus 1088. GHAUKAX Lowe. ^.^ 

Chaunax Lowe, Tra:;^, Zool. Soc. Lend., lu, 1846, 339 (pictus), 

3082. Chaunaz piotus Lowe. 

Madeira and off the coast of Rhode Island. 

Chaunax pictus howe, Trans. ZooU Soc. Lend. 1846, 339, Camera de Lobos. 

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510 EEPOBT OF COMMISSIOKEE OF FISH AND riSOERIES. 

Family CCXXYU. CBRATIIDA. 
8«nu I0S9. CEBATIAS Kroyer. 

Ceraliae Krujer, NHtiirhUt. TiiWkrift. 2 Itirkkc, l, lM4,tt;)9 (holbitUtt. 
30Ba CeratUa bolbolU Kriiyi't. 

(Jvuenlmiii. I 

Cerallai hollmUi KrSyer, Natnrli. Tideakrift 18M, (iai). Oroenlsnd. 

B., I, ISTS, 227 (uniHOKRipiit}. 
3064. Mauoalias utanoBcopuB iMiirray), 

|)m<|> aeuB; liikeu al Uudeira ud() oft' tlie roiwt of Hoiithom Kcw l^)t''^l"^ 
CeTalivn vTanimtap'is Murray, iu Wyvills I'tiompiiou, The Atliiutio, ii, ST, 
16TB, ufl Undi'ira. 

3085. ManoaliaB shnteldU (GUI). 

WoBtoni AlliiutiL-. 

Tgphloptarai, iha/tldli (Jill. Foront ftucj Stronm, Novembiir 8, ISSS, 2*4, 
WMtum Atlantic. 

flenni 1041. CBYFTOPSUUS OilL 

f:niplu!>iHtr<if Gill, ForeBt aud Stream, Novwnbei- «, 1883 (<wBB»it}. 

3086. Ciyptopeaiaa couesij Uill. 

tiulf Str<!oiu. 

Cryploptarat fOKeiii Gilt, Forest auil Bln-um, Nuvuiubor H, 1883, 381, Qolt- 
Strouu, at Alliatrona Statiuu lilOl. 

Oenoi 1042. ONEIBOSES Liitkan. 

Onnro'Irir I.lltkeii, Oven, Kong. Uauok. Viduiuk. 8tdek. Furhnndl 1871. G6 



Oncirod'-c^ikrkkti LiitliiTi, Dii link. Viilciink. Sclsk. Forh. 1871,57, Greenland. 
Ovna 1043. HDUBTOLOPHnB Bainhardt. 

mmamotophut Reinhnrdt, Dansk. Vid. Selsk. Nat. 1837, 71 (grtmlanMeut). 

3088. HlmantolophiiB ercBnlandlcaa Reiuliardt. 

Green laod. 

IliBtantolaiikas gnenlandieut Keinhardt, Dansk. Videuak. Selsk. Nftt. **THh 
Alh., 1837, 7i, Greenland. 

Oeniu 1044. COBTHOLOPHUB OUL 

Cornnolophui Gill, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mae. 1878, 219 (reinkardti). 

3089. CorynolophuB reiuhardU (LUtken>. 

iio:-tinli)lui'hu^ reinhardii Liilkeii, Daii^k. Vid. Solsk. 187M, 321, Grettnland. 



3090. Linophryne lucifer Colktt. 

U„oi,h<;«. I„c)0r Vi>\h-tU I'roc. /,..ul. ^■•c. ImihL 18WG, 138, pi. 15, off Mft- 
,kil„. lal, M N.. long, I.'U \V. 

Oeniu 1046. LIOCETUS OnnChei. 



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3091. Liocetua murrayl fJiintlnT. 

Miil-.\lkiiitiL' at L'liallun^'er tijlaliims inn .ind 3IK. 

MtlaiiinrlHi I Uiiceliit) mnrrayi Giiutkur, Ckalleu^fur Uupt., KXU, 57, pi. 11, 

fig. A, lCfS7, uid-Atloiitic. 



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CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 511 

Oeniu 1047. CAULOPHRYHE Ooode k Bean. 

Caulophryne Goode A, Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 496, 1896 (jordani). 

3092. Caulophryne jordani Goode & Bean. 

Atlantic Coast, off New Jersey. 

Caulophryne jordani Goode & Boan, Ocean. Ichth., 496, fi{(. 409, 1896, Golf 
Stream, at 39^ 27' N., 71° 15' W., in 1,276 fathoms. 

Family CCXXVIIL OOCOCBPHAIiIDJE!. The Bat-Fiahea. 

OennB 1048. OGCOGEFHALUS Fischer. 

Ogcocephalus Fischer, Zoognosia, 78, 1813 (veapertilio). 

3093. Ogcocephalus veapertllio (Linnseos). 

West Indies, north to Carolina. 

Lophius vesper tilio Linnseas, Syst. Nat., ed. xii, 402, 1766, American coast of 
Atlantic Ocean. 

Genus 1049. ZALIEUTE8 Jordan k Evermaan. 
Zalieutee Jordan &, Evermann, Fishes North and Middle America, 1896 (elater). 

3094. Zalieutea elater (Jordan & Gilbert). 

West coast of Mexico. 

Malthe elater Jordan <& Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 1881, 365, Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

Oenofl 1050. HAUEXTTICHTHTS Poey. 
Halieutichthya Poey, in Gill, Proc. Ac. Nat. Sci. PhUa. 1863, 89 (retioulatue), 

3095. Halieutichthya aouleatus (Mitchill). ^ 

Cuba to soathern Florida. .^ / * 

Lophim fculeatua Mitchill, Anq^er. Month. Mag. 1818, 325, Straits of Bahama. 



him fculeatua Mi^hill, An)^er. 
1051. HALEEDTAA Cdvier A;\ 



Oenos 1051. HALEEDTAA Cavier k Yalendennei. 
Halieatcea Cavier &, Valenciennes, Hist. Nat. Poias., xii, 455, 1837 {$tellatu$). 

3096. Halieutaea apongioBa Gilbert. 

Pacific Ocean, off Lower California. 

Halieutaea apongiosa Gilbert, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mas. 1890, 124, at Albatross 
Station 2992, IdP VJ' 30" N., 114° 43' 15" W., in 460 fathoms. 

Genus 1052. HAUEUTELLA Ooode k Bean. 
Halieutella Goode 6l Bean, Proc. BioL Soc. Wash. 1882 (1885), 88 {lappa). 

3097. Halieutella lappa Ck>ode &, Bean. 

Gulf Stream. 

Halieutella lappa Goode & Bean, Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 1882 (1885), 88, 

Gulf Stream, at Fish Hawk Station 1151, 39^ 58' 30" N., 70^ 37' W., in 125, 

fathoms. 

Genus 1058. DIBBAHCHUB Fetexi. 

Dibranohua Peters, Monatsb. K5nig. Preuss. Ak. Wiss., Berlin, 1875 (1876), 
736 {atlanticua), 

3098. Dibranchna atlanticua Peters. 

Gnlf Stream. 

Dibranchua ailantitma Peters, Monatsberichte Konig. Prenss. Ak. Wiss. 
Berlin, 1875 (1876), 736, 10^ 12' 9" N., 17° 25' 5" W., coast of west Africa. 



512 EEPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND PISHERIKH. 
INTRODUCED SPECIES. 
FaniUy CTPRINIDai 

1. CjpiinuB oarpio Linnn'iis. Carp; U<nna» Carp. 

Freith wiiturs uf AhIk, bat intTodnced into Europe and Amerien a 

)[ bus been aitenisivelv mtroduceil iiituprivau-ijuiids in nearly lUlfrtirf 

tlie United States. I' mm the jiondK it ban imcsix-iI iiidi tl TriTiwianl 

lukes, und IB now uu ubundant Dab in most of our lar|;er, viinavr rlv»m 
nnd ID tbu ponda and ba.roua of tbo MUBisHipiii Valley, on tU« nnuth atMN 
or Lake Eno, in tbe lower Columbia River, and in many otbur pla««e. 

Cyprinui carpia LiiiQH.'aB, Syat. NhL, ed. s, 320, I75tl. 

2. Caraaaius autatna (LinuiGiiH). Oobljiih. 

Native to Chinit and Jnpan, but iiitrodacod evorynbere aa aa aquarium Dab 
sod now naturalized in miiuy ol' Ibo atreams in tbe eastern Utill«d Sl«l«c 
Ci/prinu* aaratut LinniciiB, Syat. Nat., ed. x, 323, IT&S. 

3' TlDca tluca {LinDieaa). Tench. 

Native in Earope. Introduced into tbe United Idtatea, but not yet well «Mab- 

liHbed anywhere. 
CjipriHHg tinea Liomens, 6yBt. Nal.,ed, x,321, 1758, "babltut In Katoj/iB ataigak 

laoubuB." 

4. IduB JduB (LinnH;a8). Goldtn lite. 

Native in RnTO|>e, Introduced into tlio United Statea.but ithaanotyot beconw 

well eHtabliahe*!, 
Cyprinaa iilua Liuu:ru8, Syst. Nat., t-d. X, 324. lT!i8. freab wnters of Kuruite. 

Family SALMOHIDJG. 

5. Balmotrutta leveneoaia (Walker). Loch LereH Trout. 



6. Balmo fario Linnitna. Von BeliT JYout; Brown TVouf. 

Kurtbern Europe. Introduced into the watera of YeUowatone Park and elatt- 

3at>nofario Limisns, Syst. Nat., ed. x, 309, 1758, '.' habitat in Sveels, Helvetia 



ADDENDUM. 

The following apecieH were inadvertently ooiitted from tbe foregoing list: 
74C4. Stolephoms acoBeldi .tordan & Culvir. 
Ma'':illan, u'l-Nt < onHt of Mrxicn. 
6'iuJ'jiAur»> amli- lili .lurduti &. Culver, Fiabes of Sinaloa, 410, 1895, Uazatlaii. 

lt»99j. NexUaria coucolor (Uill). 
l-aiiiiiiiH. 

f:ii« hitiailui roiinflor (iill, I'roc, Ac. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1862, 145, Panama. 
This in a viilid H]ieci<'H, tbi' type ol' tbe genua .VcxtlaHa (iilbert Ms., distin 
guished by tbe iiilnatu preuponlu. 



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CHECK-LISr OP NOETH AMERICAN FISHES. 



LIST OF COMMON NAMES OF FISHES OCCURRING IN CHECK-LIST. 



Aliniic.io ST5 

A,arflAja 3«l 

AfeJia S08 

Api'vina Sn 

AgnimluCoKta J!0,M3 

Aenjailaralxlar 313 

Agiuarrlflla M3 

AUHjii Voladora M3 

Aw'ij™ >» 

AlalwinB Sliad M2 

Aluks Blackflsli 308 

.Mii»k» Stii-kleback 3M 

Albncuro S40 

AllHTor UO 

Alorin US 

AIpUj- Trnot IW 

A1cnlf« 283 

Allioue tM 

Alfoncino wn 

Alfouam u Ciista Cam- 

jirida 3*7 

AlfuuBiuaCulaLargB... 337 

AliloiiKlii 340 

AUJRStorGar 817 

All-mcHKb loe 

Aiiwrilla* 3M 

Anil-T .FBTk 314 

American Pv ith tSl 

AlniTicu rik«-p«RhM .. BtT 

AmorEon Shad MS 

American Smelt SU' 

AmcrirsD Sola SOT 

Amphioin* all 

AnrhoTj IH.ZSt 

AnihoTy Pry ZSE 

Angcd ISO 

Anget-UHh 320,119,410,421 

AngelShark 3Xa 

Auxle' W8 

Anil 179 

Aplunino 34S 

Aqimji >74 

Arctic GrajllDg lU 

Argcullas Its 

Amino 382 

AiroB-TMItied Kallbnt.. 4M 

Alkn Mackaral 434 

AtlDfEa 437 

Aua 180 

BacaloD 37S 

Itacalbao Sahara 488 

Bachelor 3S3 

BagraAinl 12* 

Begm Colorado ISO 

BannSapo 4aa 

F. E. 95 33 



Gagreade Rio 2.14 

Baliania Lancelot Ill 

Baijaiba MS 

B^Jonado 380 

Balad 321 

Banana-aih 380 

Banded Pickerel 308 

Bang 282 

Barbeiro 421 

Barbar. 421 

Barbero 421 

BarbaroNegra 42] 

Barbier 37B 

Barbodoa 334,318.838 

Barflth 3S3 

BamdoorSkato 131 

BarracoaU 836 

Barraroda 834 

Baahaw 233 

BaakingSbark 2ia 

Bastard Halibut BOO 

Bastard Margaret 384 

Baatard WeakBah 3*4 

llalllBli .... 2^^4M,B11 

BajSbark 218 

Bajoa Baaa 

B«BuQn(or; 

Ballen-fiah 328,908 

Bcriwll(».xggjll) 

Bumada Catfish 

B«rmadaCbab 

Bnyooid Piahaa 

B«*bew 

Beaa; Csika 

Bisjslba 882 

Bl^slbadalo A(o 

BMajaRjba 

Blg.aj'* 

Blg4;ed EerriDg 271 

Blg^redScad 

BIgSksts 

nigSkaCeofCslirornlii. 
Bllinnh 227.320.32; 

)tlark-iuidT<''>o''Rockai]. 

Bl.irkAtiKfl t 

m;i.-Lb™t 

Blaok.baBdodBoekflah... 
Black.bandod Souflah.... 384 

Black Baaa 

Black BoUhead 

Black Croaksr 

Black Drnm 

Blaok-lln 



Dlackfln Snapper.... 

Black OroDper 

Black GcDDt 

Black Guatlvare 

Black Harry 

Blackhead Minnow.. 

BUekhorse 

Black Jewflsh 

BLick Moray 

Blacknoasd Dace . . . 

Black Perch 

Black Pilot 

Black Bo«k«ah 

Black Rnffe 

Black Sea.haas 

Black.slded Darter.. 
Blacksmith^ 

Black S<ralloiTer.... 

Black Will 

Blangnlllo 

BlonqnlUo 

Blenny 

BliodFlsbes 

Blind Goby of Point: 



Blaeback Salmon. . . 



ie-hr*asted Dsrter. , 



111 

Bio^cod 438 

Bine Darter 388 

Bloe-fln 28* 

Bluedah 34* 

Hine-glll 3M 

Blue-headed Sucker B8 

BlaeHorriiig 281 

Bine Mullet 142 

It- fish.. 



Bine 



Blont-noaed Minnow . . 
Blunt nosed Sblnsr 



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514 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FIBU AND FISHERIES. 



Bonaol Curdeaal 3Tt 

Baniwlda Pi«arn ST3 

BcnutolOKto 3TS 

Bduedos 118 

Binio-fl«li ■m.Wi 

Boolto 310 

Bonnet-lHwd an 

BoDJ-flfell 3T0.2HS 

BonrFiahu M8 

BoayOanold* E3T 

Bob;-I^ W7 



P«gr. 

C»beiut« 33U 

CsbilUM ilcl Uar--.- an 

ObiuMpni SJ3 

c«btnia «n.wn 

GabiilUCBlauwrla.. 
CabrllladaAaUUam. 

CabrilUIHoM 

CubrtUs PtritiW Ti 

Ckt>rt1l<tIUI»r... 
Cabf lllM Vortw . 
CMhoobo - 



BMato. 

BoncAoelle j 

OantdaT^bu... 

BruDhlb Shark-. 
Bnucli Barring , 



BclitlsBBning.... 

BnwISliAd 

BmldWhtlDflali... 
BtwbvtdeHrr.... 

Brook Lam piT.T ... 
Brook Sil'-etxlilD... 
DiwkSllckJFhack 

It nwk Trout 

Brook Tront of » 

OreKon 

Brown Tront 

Brown BockBih . . . 



BnlMulUb,.. 

Bmtfl.1. ..'.... 

nnlllK-oil 

ButllK'iil ^ar 

nuiioB 

Iiiili]:«ta>b.. 

BultTmit... 

Bomiwr 

Bnrlnt 

Bumstir^fcl- - 



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C«,od, 



lie 



CagondeloAllA SRt 



C^il 381 

Catehln « 

CallaoBM* »M 

California A luluiT J IM 

California iSarrundi StE 

OltfamU BIncfiali 3Sl.Wt 

California Bonltu UD 

Cklifornla Dogflah IIS 

Oaliforaia FloDsdcr M. 

CallfoTiili Hagflah Ill 

California Herring ttl 

CiIlfDrDiaJowflah STQ 

California Lancelot til 

CalironiLi FoBipaiio Hi 

CallFomla Beilflili «tt 

California SanllDo 381 

Caliromia Smrlt iX 

California tWils *M 

romla Stlcklrlwk ... au 

(■*lifomla fillDg Kay S2S 

California Tomcod 483 

'omlaTorpedo £11 

Caliromia Vblllog. Ml 

' Campbollito 153 

Caila.Bola 113 

CandU W7 

Candle-flak 

CanedlUnre*. 



L- (ill — CoDtinuoL. 

CaaondariajB. 

C*fito 



Chappaul 

CbanKlna 

ChamiaB]rb« 

C)iBnfta.SaMl 

ChomaOHolk 

CbenalUloAlto... 
OliarnadaVlrw. .. 



CfalriVlM 

CblMlnoatk 

Cbl™ 

Chi^aat 

CbopaAnulllit 

Chops Splu ■• 

Cboaloh* «i 

ChiibUaskeial MO 

ChDbefUHlUoGm»de.. HI 

Cbnbaf Cuh L«ke Itf 

Chab Sookar SU 

CIlBBkl^taaadCBt !» 

Clbl Mt 

Clbl Ananlla >M 

CiDhllrta «• 

CtiarOab *tf 

Clrrhltoid TiabM 4M 



lof LakoMlcblgan.. 
rUrnCriukrr 



tiW Cat Shark 



CoclDera Dorado 

ock^ddllcol-addle.. 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AilEBICAN FISHES. 



Ligt of common va\ 

CndOsh 181 

Codhng «& 

Cm-IIjo 3t2 

Onlin Sulmon 290 

CHJiinTd 3*8 

(.'kI'tikIii ttiTi'r Troiil .... 291 

loluiulila Cliub 210 

OtiimliiaKiviT Sucker... 24U 

(.'olniiiliiiiltiTcr Tmut. ... 2B1 

CnliimliiBSalniiHi WO 

ConiBuu Alllgnlor.fliib ... 41T 
Cumo>»n Anivriun Sea- 

lloras 320 

l^JmnlUDAll■nlkSalnl<ln. 200 

Cumiuon Buffalo asb 33T 

C'DmiuaD IlulllK«d 133 

Comiuoii Burr Ball W 

Coimo«n CodBsh «M 

Conimoii Dulphin 3Sa 

ConmoD Enatorti Pkkoiel 308 
Common Eostern Stickle. 

Ua.k 324 

Cummbii FIutriHta Ml 

CuDioian Gut I'ike. 227 

CumnwD Uuirbouk 321 

C'uiuniDU tterriKg 2SI 

Ciiiiiiiii>n KlllillHli 30» 

Oiminuu Uuckonll 840 

romnion Mullet 333 

C<>pini<ai Pikp 308 

roiupiDD Pii»0^1i 32T 

(^ouimim RwlhoniB M2 

Common Rock Bbu SU 

Comninn S*wfl»b no 

CommoD Scnlplo it! 

ComnionScnp IBS 

Common Stud IK 

ConiTDODSkBtK.. 121 

ComniDD Sk«t« of Ctllfor- 

nla 222 

CumuioD Spoiled Uony.. £77 

Cnmmoli Sting Ri; 223 

Coiuiuou Sturgeon 220 

Comiuoii Sucker WO 

CoiunioD Sunflah 366 

Com moD Surf. Beh 4M 

C'lmnioo Sargeoo 421 

ConmioD TruDk-flsh 424 

Common Weekfleh 3»4 

Cemmon Whiteflsh 288 

Coni-Jo 306,W2 

Coney JTl 

CongerEel 270 

Conger Eel of CBlirornla. . 27T 

CongnBarbOM 23« 

Connecticut Shad 2(2 

Coniitantino 389 

Con Stan II DO de lu Aletai 

PrfeUn 3«« 

Copper-Doeed Btmid 3H 



;e a/fithet oceurring in eheck-litt — CoDliuu«d. 



Coruel-fiab 32S 



Cotwdt 430 

CoTTlnB 3M,3»e,3»7,39S 

Corviuadeiu Aletai 3>5 



Cow. pilot 

Cow Shark... 
Cr*t>-eat«t — 

Crabra 

CrarapAah . . . . 



333 



Cr«TO 
Crawl-a-buttsm. 

Creek Cbub 

Creekfith 

Creele-Hah 378 

Created Goblei 49« 

CreTallft 

CreTilly Jack. 

Cniker 3t3,3M,«)2 

CubShark, 
Cuckold... 
Cneojo — 
Cnltns-cod . 






482 



OaMlpa 3i3,lt 

Cat thnut TranI 8 

Cyoloapocdjrlous Shiltkl. . II 



Deep-water Porgjr . . 



DerlLAab 
Diamond Flou 

Doctor-ash 

Dogflab 



Page. 

Dory : 3S7 

DoDghbeUy 213 

Dourade 390 

Dovftall-flah *W 

Dragonet IH 

Drum 238.402 

Drunken.nab. 421 

DabliD Pond Tront 203 

Duck-bill Cat 228 

DnakySbark 213 

EagleRay 224 

Eaater Mackerel 340 

EnatemCarp Sucker 238 

Eutem Mud Ulnnow.... 308 



Eel.Pnnt 17B 

Eighteen-vplncd Scnlplo . . 412 

ElwtrioIUy 222 

Elepbant-fleb 225,228 

BlephantShark 2t8 

EUwifo 283 



«ld flsh .. 



4SS 



EuolarChino... 
EecoUrdotlalu 
Eacribano 



Eanieralda de Uar. . 
Eameralda Negra. . . 



EnUebon 

Enropean Barracoda . 

Enropenn Cbarr 

Kurap«an Lancelot ... 

Knrapaan Scalplu 

European Stickleback 



Fall Herring. 281 

Fauegal 432 

FsDEUIta 317 

FaO'Ull UiiUet 334 

F«o-Uiled Darter 368 

Fatback... 



. 248,411 
... til 



ii.g Snnpprr 381 



Dolly Vorden Tr.. 

Dolphin 

Dtfmlu* 



Flddler-a*b-.-- 

Fils-aih 423,424 

Fine-KuOed »uokcr Z30.240 

Flab of tbeDiamal Swairp 310 
FlabingFrog G8e 



thCal... 



uunthed Sucker . 



^IG m;rnnT or co 

tA,l ef common n» 
7b>di«>l«wl il*»lLH*ti . an 


MMIS8I0NER OF FISH 

mf» o/ fitheii oceHrrint} ■■ ci#o 

HrajGrual 3B4 


IMIJ FI9REI{tB8. 
-lUI— CoBtinond. 


UmUo 








BaCCah „...» 








"ya-h 


. 32Z,(8« 


lilMtAllMMlt. 

GrulAnilH-rfltii BM 


aakD -f. 


OtUmouB..: »... 

Rair-nakail Oobr..,....,, 
aaUbnt.... i„J 

!l::L;u.::-::::;i 




. iSa.m 

... SIT 


Gnat Bur LakoDiiUhHd MO 
Gn»t BlUB Bbark SIS 


FoiShark 










arMlPDrk-laUxdCal-... 23! 


nao<la.'*.|l*h .^ 


l'n(liWBtsrI>ruiii... 


... 4W 


Gnat Laku Trvct tK 

Gn«t»ortheniPik»,... 30» 






a-rt»«*i 1 

nantnunUi » 


FfflMShirk 

Fmrt-«.h 


. 342, tn 


GiHrt SealplM 441 

GnatSuLampra; 1» 


)Ian..|lt>Kiulrar...„.„.. 

lUr*Mt.a*h «.._ 

Hajr-lm— _ 






OrwtWkitoShmk Its 




-2U.U8 


Of 




Hwha*. , ; 

llBDidiirgag ......^ 

Remninocfai „,^ 

Hwlia ; 

biokurJack „ 

BlakoTTShad 1 


GrMDCod 4U 










CribBldl 410 


GrtuilaDd Hallbal 4W 

GcMOPaiTDl-bh US.4IB 








Green «ld«il DwMr SSI 
















Hoefl't 1a.m. 








GrloTwBt 


— 114 
... 41S 










Gnilhbj 44) 
















Gl»M«o'' 


»7 


Ominlct 384 


IIorajHsod 


Gl-.Wfl4l. 

GliUH-rrfDi! 

Gonlfl.h 

<="!■) 

Goft;!.-... 

CndT 

Gol. It'll ShiUT... . 

Uk" 

ii.K.iy';;i;."!* ";: 

ri«uw-n«ii .... 

. (lortuKbu 


... 5tll 
.' Ml 

m 

■X) 
... 3W 

... Bn» 
... son 






Uor»-ey«Ja<4 


Gii.go.orl,<.pi'lDii xa 

GualKoi. 31i 








n.iai»na-...- m 

Dimriiliua 441 


Honodaal. 

H<.>upbackM Sucker 


Hampback SalmoD 

Humpback WMIeflab ... 










lD<]iaD-A«b 

Iriab Pan>pa» 


G"flB™n 2<S 

lludlM -.- m 


laabalita lido Alio 

Jio-lWD(ljiou.FUbM-... 
.labnii 






iiuliw. !T» 

Oimuol VIV 











CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



517 



List of common names of fishes occurring in check-list — Continued. 



Jaconio 


Pago. 
378 


Jalino 


384 


JaniMssirv . . 

• 

Japatoii 


412 

388 



JaqiU'ta 410 

Jawfl.sh 4«2 

J<ni;j:uana 384 

Jtiiijjuuiio 385 

J.rk(r 264 

JcnisalcTu Ilaildock 350 

Jrwfidh 370 

Jigiiagna 346 

JfKMl 381 

John A. Grindle 227 

John Dory 418 j 

John Marigglo 279 , 

Johnny 444 I 

Johnny Darter 361 

Johnny Wrdo 376 

John Paw 372 

Jolt head Porgy 389 

Jorobado 347.348 

Joturo 334 

Jugflsh 425 

JngnlarFiHh 493 

Jumping Mullet 243 

Junip-rocks 243 

JunoSuokeiof rtahLako 240 

Jurti 346 

KaniloopH Trout 292 

K.lpfisli 413,467 

Ktrn River Trout 292 

Kieyo of Lake Michigau . 289 

KilliHsh 309 

Kingtish 341. 399, 400, 401 

King of the HerringB 490 

King of the Mackerels 437 

King of the Muiletci 367 

King Mullet J39 

King Salmon 290 

Kientch 290 

Kit 223 

Krasnaya Ryba 200 

Kyack 282 

Labrador AVhiteflBh 280 

Lnbroid Fishes 411 

La<- do Marbro Trout S93 

Lacerin 296 

La*ly AkIi 280,412 

Lafayette 851,399 

Lagarto 296,297 

Lak4^Carp 238 

Lake Ilerring 280 

Lake Lawyer 495 

Lake Sheepshead 402 

Lake Sturgeon 226 

Lake Tahoe Trout 291 

Lamia 216 

Lamjierina 211 

Lamprey 212 

Lamprey Eel 212 

Lancelet 211 

Lancet-fish 304,421 

Landlocked Salmon 290 



Page. 

Lane Snapper *.. 382 

Lant 336 

Lantem-flsh 296,298 

Lapon 433 

LaQuescho 280 

Large-mouthed Black Bass 356 

Large-scaled Sucker 242 

Lawyer 227,381 

Least Darter 367 

Leather-coat 343 

Leather-fish 423 

Leather jacket 348, 422 

Leather-sided Minnow .... 248 

Lebrancho 833 

LeKaiSalmon 290 

Lemon-yellow Btitter-flsh. 371 

LeopardShark 215 

LU* 324,423,424 

Lija Barbuda 424 

LUaColorada 423 

LUaTrompa 424 

Ling 486,495 

Lion-fish 433 

Lisa 333 

Lisa Francesa 279 

Little-head Porgy 889 

Little-moath Porgy 389 

Little Pickerel 808 

Little Red-eye 355 

Little Roncador 399 

Little Smelt 333 

LitUe Skate 221 

Little Tanny 340 

Llaa 388 

LizaBlanca 833 

LixaCabesnda 833 

LizaOJodePerdria 333 

Lisard.fish 297 

Uzito 833 

Loch Leven Trout 512 

Lodde 294 

Log-flah 851 

Log Perch 357,358 

Long Barracuda 335 

Longe 292 

Long-eared Sanflsh 355 

Long-flnned Albacore 340 

Long-finned Charr 293 

Long-Jaw 289,319,320 

Long-Jawed Goby 460 

Long Mingo 424 

Loog-necked Eel 268 

Long-noaed Dace 261 

Long-nosed Gar 227 

Long-nosed Socker 239 

Long-tail Shark 217 

Look-down 348 

Lophobranchs 326 

Loro 417,418 

Lampfish 449 

Lamp Sucker 449 

Macabi 280 

Karana 268 

Macho 33a 



Page. 

Machaelo 283 

Machuto 333 

Mackerel-like Fishes 340 

Mackerel 340 

MackerelScad 345 

Mackerel Shark 218 

Mackinaw Trout 292 

Mademoiselle 397 

Madregal 344 

MadTom 234 

Mahogany Snapper 382 

Maid 223 

Maire d'Amplora 299 

Malma 293 

Mammoth Cave Blindfish . 319 

Mammy 243 

Manataria Colorada 224 

Man-eater Sharks 218 

Mangrove Grouper 273 

Mangrove Minnow 310 

Mangrove Snapper 381 

Manltou Darter 358 

Maivjoa 285 

Maojuari 227 

Manto 225 

MantoRaia 224 

Mapo 456 

Marbled Rockfish 374 

Margate-fish 384 

Margaret Grunt 384 

MariaMolle 400 

Marian 338 

MariaPrieta 386 

Mariposa 350 

Martin Peecadur 409 

Masamaouah 292 

Maakinongy 309 

Mati^uelo Blanco 462 

Matajuelo Real 279 

Matcjuelo 338 

Mathemeg, or Ugly Fish . . 232 

Mattowacca 281 

Mayflsh 309 

May Sucker 243 

McCloud River Rainbow 

Troat 292 

Medialuna 393 

Menhaden 283 

Menominee Whitefinh 288 

M6ro 372 

MerodoloAlto 373 

Meron 372 

Merou 373.428 

Mexican Sole 507 

Michigan Ilerring 289 

Michigan Grayling 294 

Midshipman 406 

Mllkfish 280 

Miller's Thumb 439,440 

Mingo 423 

Mississippi Cat 232 

Missouri Sucker 238 

Mojarra 391,392 

M.oVvRik ^2kxax^«c5» 



518 BEroBT op COMMISSIONKR OF FISH AM» F]SHBRIES. 



MnJ.r 



> BUiDca 



3S1 



M-tiuTU Cant 

Uojurni Cardlniil 33§ 

Kq|«r™CbinB Ma 

MajKrrailB CbiIii 391 

Uqjiirra dc lu Alstiu 

AmariUiu 3K 

Ur^irrailu lu Piedru. .. . OO 

MoJuTBduLoy «1 

Uojarrs Donda MT 

Ui^arra GanUU SM 

Uqjkrnt Prlnto 384 

Unjom RaUido 410 

MoJ«m> Virdo MS 

UajHnllu »1 

MciJ»rpiio 39* 

UulB «77 

UoDgnl DnUkkr 337 

Uongnl WliiteUjili 180 

Uunkfiih. no. BOS 

MontiiMOrijUiiK. 3M 

MoDlBnr Hill lint MO 

UimMr«7 8p*nlsli Muk- 

•rri . Ml 

Uoagad« 23» 

Mwmeja ISO 

Umn-cjedCUeo iss 

UcNurlih 341.3U,3MI 

UoortaliUol Ul 

Uony Srri^lTS 

Uonj 8d 278 

UonokPInu tJ» 

Uonnn Plntlta ... 3TT 

UoreuTFrde W7 

Uoubunker W3 

Mann lain H«Tliig Kg 

lloDDUlD Siirlur las 

Uncielaeo M8 

MndCat J3i 

Mud Dabbkr IM 

Uudfiab •^.m.i\7 

Hud Uinnow 3M 

WndSmiBab SM 

VoBtjuw ilO 

UokaoaariheBuaalnna.. 138 

Uulkt lM2,3»n 

UdUi^ or VUL Laki' . . 210 

Uantuikbgt; 'Mi 

Mnakutlaugs am 

Uaaqaaw Kivur Wbr;.- 

Matutuadi .iHl..ie:! 

Mjkina m 

SfctjuU mo 



mr.t oflitXrt occurring in otn)l:-ti>(—Cai> tinned. 

facp. I 

Nisr>-(plnBd Sllcklcbock . m Paebo-Pwiba 

KUaiHK TrOBt... tt2 PAcbaPiMr* 

.S'Drlhftii Bomruda W rodlonlaU tUkam.-,, 

Kortbern Sucker Ut Few* ■ — 

Xorlherti WhlUng «I roc*dar 

Kortb Klver Sliad 23) PMia AcuHw 

N»»h«i Trout nt, Paln>lt»7 

NMIdanohl Shuka Ill Vilatta 

XumbArtfa SH Porsb 

Nuru aiB I rH«>ttlikaFlakM ... 

KuraoBhu-k StI I ParoU 

(teuulu nmlta SU Pannltof liidlM Mv 

Oman ripcBth SU ^rraColands 

Ohio Uaacalanee MB i Parra Ppm 



OU.IUb.. 



UI I PaMBdllbiM lUr- 



Oki>MtiolM»Cilll*b.. 

OldWiro 8 

Onbre Ofavvaller 



m PMcadnAsald*4«aOM* 



OeuEat 

(^U'maolbed Urn: 

OnuiK*' Ruckfiab .. 
OrvgDD CbBIT 

Orceun StnrgMiB.. 

Onfllatfalm 

OrqusM.— 

Otvre^ Baaa 

Oumiantcbo 



P«ciulaC«far>ds. . 
: rwcaduilal JUy.... 
I>«ca rDrml(lta.... 

, PoacwToaito 

PvUlaJa^HMt* ... 

' PetluSdB. 

j Palll o#(re 



autllibl.. 



no PtuOtRa.. 



Paddlc-Oib ... 
PaldsGatw.. 
PaJariW 



PaidflKa; ... 
Pm 4« Plunk .. 
Pel LuBa...... . 



' PaiSlwra... 
I Pbsbo .. 
Plcarel-. 



codeUiPfatfraa 



I8.3IS Piekad Oagl 
4H I Pictewl ... 
H3 \ PlekBTiag.. 

108 [ Picoda 

UI ' Picuildla... 



ISt 3S0 Plk« pf nh . 



I ParKO de ItaiciTO 

FirgD (iiia^'liliiaiieo'... 

Piiriic. Mawnq 

P.irgnNfpT) 

I'nrs" Prlfto 

I'Mrrul.lwIi 



• ll 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



519 



List of common names of fishes occmring in check-list — Continued. 



Page 

Plated Gurnard 488 

Plate-fiHb 424 

Po«y 283 

Pohewa 248 

Poirtoii Grouper 433 

Poison Toadfish 4«8 

Poisson Bleu 294 

PoiftHon de Marai8 227 

Pollack 493 

Porafret 350 

Pompon 1 385 

PondSmelt 295 

Porbeagle 218 

Porcupinc-fisb 426,427 

Porgee 404 

Porgy 388 

Porktirth 38« 

Porte Enseigno 421 

Portuguese Butterfly 420 

Portuguese Man - of- war- 

fiHb 349 

Post-croaker 899 

Potao 392 

Potomac Sbad 282 

Prick 212 

Prick fiab 299,497 

Prickly BuUbead 439 

Pride 212 

PrieHt-tisb 429 

Pudding Wife 412 

Pudiano 412 

Piidiano Yerdo 412 

I*uerco£8pino 427 

Puffer 425 

Pumpkin Seed 356 

Puraque 220 

Quasota 373 

Quaaky 293 

Queenflsh 393 

Queriman 333 

Quia-quia 345 

Quillback 238 

Quillfisli 478 

Quinnat Salmon ' 290 

Quisutscb 290 

Rabbitfleh 342.427 

Kabbit mouth Sucker 243 

Kabirubia 382 

Kabirubia del o Alto 378 

KaccoonPcrch 357 

Ragfisb 352 

Rainbow Darter 365 

Rainbow Herring 295 

Rainbow Trout 292 

Rainwater- fish 313 

RaAciera 429 

Rasber 429 

Rascacio 433 

Rat-fish 226 

Raton 335 

Rays 220 

Razor-backed Buffalo 238 

Razor-back Sucker 241 

Razor-fish 415 



Page. 
Redand black*eyed Mul- 
let 333 

Red bellied Daoe 244 

Redbreast Bream 355 

Red Drum 399 

Redeye 354,355 

Red-eye Mullet 333 

Red eye Perch 354 

RedFallflsh ^ 257 

Redfln ' 250 

Redfish 290.399.428 

RedGoatflsh 339 

Red Grouper 372 

RedGuativere 371 

Red Gurnard 488 

RedHind 372 

Redborse 241 

Red-month BafRUo fish . . 237 

Red -mouth Grant 385 

Red Parrot-fish 416 

RedPorgy 390 

RedRock-flah 430 

Red Rook trout 434 

RedRoncador 399 

Red-sided Shiner 249 

RedSnapper 881 

Red-8pott«d Sun fish 355 

Red-spotted Trout 293 

RedSturgiK)n 226 

RedSuoker 239 

Rod tail Snapper 882 

Red winged Gurnard 488 

Reina 431 

Remora 489.490 

Requiem 216 

Requiem Shark 214 

Requin 216 

Ribbon fish 402.490 

Ringed Perch 357 

Rio Grande Trout 291 

River Chub 264 

River Drum 402 

River Lamprey 212 

RivecPerch 357 

Roach 250.251 

Robalito de las Aletas 

Amarillas 369 

Robalito de las AletM 

Prietas 369 

Robalo 369 

RobaloPrieto 369 

Rook 370 

Rock Bass 354.376 

RockBeauty 420 

Rock Cook 411 

Rockfish 309,368. 

370,372,373,375.428 

Reck Hind 371,372 

Rocklings 496 

RockSalmon 344 

Rock Shellfish 424 

Rock Sturgeon 226 

Rock Trout 434 

Rocky Mountain Bullhead 440 



P»ge. 
Rocky Mountain White- 
fish 288 

Romero 344 

Ronoadina 399 

Roncador 399 

Roncador Raiado 384, 385 

Ronco 397 

Ronco AmariUo 384 

Ronco ArarA 384 

Ronco Blanco 384 

Ronco Carbonero 384 

Ronco Condenado 384 

Ronco Prieto .' 384 

Ronco Ronco 384 

Roncos or Grunts 384 

Rondanin 350 

Rosefish 428 

Round Bass 353 

Round Herring 281 

Round Ptoipano 348 

Round Robin 345 

Round Sting-Ray 223 

Round Sunflsh 353 

Round-tail 247 

Round Whitefish 288 

Roussettes 213 

Rovetto 341 

RobioVolador 488 

Rudder-fish .... 344, 351, 392, 393 

Runner 344,346 

Russian Cat 233 

Rnvetto 341 

Sabalo 280 

Sabatka 305 

Sable 342 

Sac-a-lait 309.353 

Sacramento Cat 233 

Sacramento Chub 247 

Sacramento Perch 354 

Sacramento Pike 247 

Sacramento Salmon 290 

Sacramento Sturgeon 226 

Sacramento Sucker 240 

Salblmg 293 

Sailfish 238,343 

Sailor s Choice 384,388,390 

Salbling 293 

SalemA 390,393 

Salmonete 339 

Salmonete Amarilla 339 

Salmon Family 288 

Salmon killer 324 

Salmon Trout 291 

SandDarter 362 

Sftnd-diver 296 

SandEel 336 

Saudfish 377,464 

SandLaunce 335,336 

SandPiko 357 

Sand roller 329 

SandSbark 218 

Sand Star Gazer 464 

Sand Sucker 401 

Sand Whiting f5^V 



I 



520 REPORT OP COMM189IONEB OP PISH AND FISHERIES. 
Ltil <>/ covmtvn namtt t/fiihrt mwiirriH; ia vkrct-lUt — CooHnnwl 



Sui Pedro Fl.h HHi 

Sudln* Mfi 

Sardisn-Bluicii KM 

SudiM Bo««iiii 188 

EKdlBB da KtpBDk 281 

avdinaduLcy 282 

Sudinii Eacamnda ttt 

Bwso .- >» 

SwBo&abulo SK9W 

8«nw *<* 

SaUn-an »• 

Baacer^rn Pore; >*• 

SauiKr »S7 

Biuill WUleSib m» 

SUml 34» 



a«»boiij 

a*«Ibb 

B«*kin7 

Siir-qul or Saak-ejn Sal- 



Sbarf IiMrd Plylus <I 

■riitiDiwI Vttttn.. 

■rp nnac^ i^liark.. 
Hluir|>tall«l (luliy .. 
SbmpxbMd —• 

Bhr«pbhoad Pnrgj. .. 

ShflUBali 

ST IM.XS 

SUlBbldul lis 

SEwit BiHTaciida lU 

Short- DQwd Gu in 

Kirt DMnl Slurg'i'^ ZR 

ioT«].hii>d Sbark Itl 

iDKl-uoMMl Rlurk m 

Stmwl-aoHd titorgeoiiii . . ISI 

a Ml 



k 



Suabbcid-aab... 
Soad 



Scunrllah » 

Oenlidn «J,*; 

Semppanf! 3i 

Sejnuuild Sbuk* 1 

SwBavi * 

BoaCatOah S 

ShDevII -- » 

SnDnim * 

BoaEol a 

ShHcsm a 

SeaMiDk - 1 

SMRa«D MS.l 

Sen Serpent - I 

Sra Snail A'jO.t 

SraTmnt 3 

Srniinil...- 3 



sitvanidi nt,»l 

llYar-aldcd UiDBow M 

llTorTroot Vl 

trWTiIlinB 481 



Sll< 



■eryA; 



SI 



SUverj I'ampref Ill 

Ty UtniHiir, 3^ 

SlBging.flah «t 

SlngD - 1» 

MaoowBt »K 

Skau Iia.111 

Sklmbaek JM 

SklpjMk 3»l.33t.340.M» 

Skipper 3S1 

SkltUc-dog 31B 

SkowiU am 

*I - tM.UG.IM 

wSbark 31> 

Sllpparr Diak 411 

SmallBlack Lwnpny.... Ill 

ImallBllDdaib 311 

SmallCatBsb fSt 

Small Dolphin 3S0 

Snull moulhfdBIackfia 



Dnth<id 



Spada-a*)> IM 

SpMUb FTa< tn. 

Spaoiak RoKSab 

Bpuilata Ltidyfltb 

Spuiiak lUclun>l 

8pBBlab)lM*wdor Kag. 



13a 
SOS I 



Bpask 

^■wkM BUid 

SpKkkd iMut 

SpacfcM Trevl •t Ck«» 
MBtLa* 

an 

Kplkenali 

^jEal 

SpliiT-baeli HlowOah 

BJiliijr'niTal Flabta — 
SpUI-BonthSuokar-.. 

BpUMail 

SpomibillCat 

Bpol 

^oi^talled lllnBov. . . 

Spottfd Cabfllla 

SpDllMlJKwdah 

Spoiled U any 

SpotltdSaaTNHU... 

6potWd &ii»M«K<M . . 

BpoUoil HdBf Rajr 

Spotted Surkcr 

I^laj-iailltuiiiow.. 
Spotted Trunk flab... 

Spoiled Wnkftab 

Bpral 



= 



»enma ... 
«-■*! ilf lo A 



I Sbai 



I Snap Uai-li''r<'l — 

' finB|ii«.-r 3H) M1,4SS 

SliIj-Fj-I _ , 

Biiip.«»li 3M 



Squawfiab U 

i)n«l««I<iB 3* 

Sqniml'flab SS7.»tL*I 

Slar-faaar „.--.-... ^ - v ., - 14 

SUr beaded Minnaw I) 

Starling « 

|4[«i bu:k«l Chub U 



.. 422, 4S3 I Stlsg'tay*... 



it 

It 



I 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



621 



List of common names of fishes occurring in check-list — Continaed. 



Page. 

Stit-tse 292 

Stone Bass 370 

StoiieCat 233 

Stonelugj^'er 240, 243 

Stoiie-roller 240, 243 

Stoue Sturgeon 226 

Strawberry Bass 353 

Straw-colored Miunow 252 

Striped A nrbpvj' 285 

Striped BasH 370 

Striped Grants 385 

Striped Gurnard 488 

Striped Mullet 333 

Striped Surf -fish 404 

Studlish 310,311 

Sturgeon 226 

Suckerel 238 

Suckermout bed BufTalo . . 238 

Sucker 237 

Suck-fiab 491 

Sucking-fisb 489 

Summer Flounder 500 

Summer Herring 282 

Suufisb 347,353,355,427 

Sunny 356 

Surf-fisb 403,404 

Surf Smelt 295 

SurfWbiting 401 

Surgeon 421 

Surmullet 339 

Swelltisb 425 

Swell Shark 214 

Swell Toad 425,427 

Swingle tail 217 

Sword-fish 343 

Sy mbranchoid Eels 268 

Synentognathous Fishes . 319 

Taboe Sucker 230 

Tailor Herring 281 

Tally-wag 376 

Tambor 425,430 

Tang Barbero 421 

Tanntola 296 

Tarpon 270 

TarpongFry 286 

Tarpum 270 

Tautog 411 

Teipalcate 607 

Teneh 512 

Tenponnder 270 

Tessellated DbtUt 361 

Testar 401 

Tetard 455,491 

Tetede-Roche 386 

Texas Kedhorso 242 

Thick tailed Bay 220 

Thimblo-eyed Mackerel .. 340 

Threadfins 335 

Threadflsh 335,347 

Thread Herring 283 

Three angled Trunk-fish.. 424 

Thresher 217 

Thresher Shark 217 

Thunder-piimx>er 402 

Tiburon 216 i 



Page. 

Tiger Shark 215,217 

Tigrone 215,216 

Tilefisb 462 

Timucu 820 

Tinker Mackerel 340 

Tifiosa 346 

Tirante a42 

Tiru 296 

Toadfisb 466 

Tobacco-box 221,356 

Toeroe 394 

Togue 202 

Tomcod 493 

Tomtate 385 

Tongue-fish 508 

Toothed Herring 280 

Top Minnow 312,315 

Toro 346,425 

Torpedo 222 

Toter 240 

Totnava 395 

Trachinoid Fishes 462 

Treeflsb 432 

Trembler 222 

TrenchMuliet 333 

Trigger-flsh 422 

Triple-tail 380 

Trompetero 325 

Trout of Utah Lake 291 

TroutPerch 829 

Trampet-flsh 325,326 

Trucha 334 

Truckee Trout 201 

Tronkflsh 424 

Tschavitche 200 

Tschawytscha 200 

Tullibeo 280 

Toua 340 

Tunny 840 

Turbot 422 

Tyee Salmon 200 

Unicom fish 424 

Vaca 875 

Vacuocua 306 

Vaqueta de dos Coloree . . . 420 

Verrugato 300,400,401 

Vi^^aoa 408 

Vicuda 334 

Vieja 416,417 

Vie^a Colorado 416 

ViejaMujer 416 

Viperfish 302 

Viuva 420 

Yolador 323,480 

VoUntin 345 

VonBehrTrout 612 

Voraz....: 383 

Vollier 343 

Waha Lake Trout 201 

Waboo 341 

Wall-eyed Herring 282 

Walleyed Pike 357 

Walleye Surf-fish 403 

Wannanishe 200 

Warmouth ^^V 



Page. 

Weakfish 304 

Webug Sucker 240 

Welshman 338 

West Indian Lancelet 211 

WhaleShark 218 

WhipsnakeEel 275 

Whip-tailed Ray 223 

Whirligig Mullet 334 

WhiteBass 370 

Whitebiil 283 

White-bone Porgy 389 

WhlteCat 232 

White Croaker 303 

White-eye 357 

Whitefish. 283 288,462 

WhiteOrunt 385 

White Lake bass 370 

White Mullet 241,333 

White-nosed Sucker 241 

White Perch .... 370, 402. 403, 404 
White Salmon of the Col- 
orado 247 

White Sea Bass of Califor 

ma 305 

White Sturgeon 226,227 

White Sucker 240,242 

White Surf-fish 404 

Whiting of Lake Winni- 

piseogee 280 

Widow-fish 420 

Williamson's Whitefish . . 288 

Wilton Smelt 294 

Windfish 246 

Winninish 200 

Winter flounder 504 

Winter Sucker 241 

Wolf-fish 305,477 

WormEel 273 

Wrasse-fish 411 

Wreckflsh 370 

Wry-mouths 477 

Xurcl 345,346 

Xurel de Castilla 348 

Yellow Angel 421 

Yellow-backed Rockfish . . 432 

Yellow Bass 370 

Yellowbolly 247,355 

Yellow Cat 233 

Yellow-finned G reaper. 372,373 
Yellow finned Koncador.. 400 

Yellow fin Trout 291 

Yellow-flsh 371 

Yellow Goatfish 339 

Yellow Grouper 374 

Yellow Grunt 384 

YellowJack 346 

Yellow Mackerel 346 

Yellow Perch 357 

Yellow Pike 357 

Yellow spotted Rockfish . 432 

Yellowstone Trout 291 

Yellow tail . 283. 344. 382, 384, 397 

Yellow-tail Croaker 400 

'ItYtfi^ \a^^&»0«As5^ «»» 



^ 



INDEX TO CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



Page. 

abacnms, Eleotris 455 

abbotti, OsmeruM mordax 295 

Abeona 403 

aurora 403 

minima 403 

aberranS; Hypoplectrus unicolor.. 376 

Liopropoma 870 

abildgaardi, Sparisoma 416 

Aboma 459 

chiquita 459 

etheostorna 459 

lucretiflB 459 

Abramis 251 

crysolencas 251 

bosci 251 

gardoneus 251 

Abiidefduf 410 

analogue 410 

declivifrons 410 

rndis 410 

saxatilis 410 

taurus 410 

abyssicola, Raj a 222 

Acantbarchus 354 

pomotis 354 

acanthias. Squalus 219 

acanthisti us, Bodianns 371 

Acanthocottus 441 

ffineos 441 

axillaris 442 

froBnlandicas 442 

umilis 442 

jaok 442 

Diger 442 

octodecimsninosns . 442 

platycephains 442 

polaris 442 

p o 1 y a canthoceph- 

alas 442 

qnadrifillB 442 

scorpioides 442 

scorpins 442 

sellariB 442 

YerrncoflUB 442 

Acanthooybinm 341 

solandri 341 

Acantbopteri 829 

Acantbostracion 425 

accensns, Hypoplectms unicolor .. 376 

accipiter, Podothecus 447 

acchvis, Larimas 396 

Acbiras 506 

achirus 506 

fasoiatns 507 

briata 507 



Page. 

Achirus fischeri 507 

fonsecensis 507 

inscriptus 506 

klunzingeri 507 

lineatns 507 

mazatlanus 507 

pauamensis 507 

scutum 507 

achims, Achirus 506 

Acipenser 226 

brevirostris 227 

medirostris 226 

rubicundus 226 

sturio 226 

transmontanus 226 

AcipenseridsB 226 

acipeuserinus, Podothecus 447 

ackleyi,ima 221 

acoupa, Cy noscion 394 

Acrocheilus .- . 244 

alataceas 244 

acrolepiSy Macrourus 497 

acroQotus, Caroharhinus 216 

Acrotns 852 

willoughbyi 352 

Actinochir 451 

aculeatos, Gasterostens 324 

Halieutichthys 511 

Prognathodes 419 

Stenotomas 389 

acuminata, Jenkinsia 281 

acuminatos, Eqnes 4ii2 

mnbrosos, Eques 402 

Myrichtbys 274 

acuA, Tylosnms 320 

acuticeps, Oligocottus 444 

Acutomentnm 429 

acutus, Fodiator 322 

Soarus 418 

Adinia 313 

dugesii - 313 

guatemalensis .* 313 

multifasciata 313 

pachycephala 313 

adinia, Fundulus 310 

adobe, Agosia 262 

adscensionia, Epmephelus 372 

adspersus; Paralichthys 500 

Tautogolabrus 411 

adnstns, Couesius 265 

EupomacentruH 409 

Gobiesox 491 

Julidio 413 

Opbioscion 398 

oegUtow.^, ^V.cA&xio^^\£i\siN^& *^^ 



524 REPORT OP COMMISSIONEE OF FISH AKD PISHEIUB& 

Index Id fhecMUt of yorlh Amtriva* Jttket—Caiataaad. 




, Acantliooottiis 441 

' Tetragon op I«ru8 3Sla 

ipnigmatiuns. Icottteiis 362 

u-qtiatuHa, THiisiiinniK 387 

ilquiilaoB 4(6 

iin\rii1eoiiiiuctatD8 405 

auguidens, Prionodea 377 

a^qiiorenin, SyngunthiiH 328 

ii-MulupiuB. Alopisaurua 305 

lustivnlis, HybopsiH 2tS3 

luarconis, Hybopsis 363 

PomofobiiH 282 

(ratiiaTiiiB,P«Taliitbth;B 501 

tPtbidomH, Caruharhinna 218 

^Ihopror* 300 

effiilKenB 300 

lucida 30O 

Aelobiitna 324 

uarinari 224 

•for, AljiUestes 373 

nBlne, Mj-ctophnm 301 

Hipbostoma 327 

aHiniit, Atbarinopa . 333 

Aaobeurjpt«rus 469 

CentiopnmiiH 369 

CheilodiptoTiiB 368 

Chinupra 225 

GambitBia 316 

Heros 407 

HypopleotriiB unioolor 37G 

StomiiiB 3« 

agOMiiiU, Alt'pucepbalas !87 

Brama 350 

Chlnrnphthalmns 397 

Cbologneter 319 

Cratiuiia 375 

Dicromita 484 

Hjp«rproflopon 404 

Linaria 451 

Salveliuiis fontinaliH 293 

Scorpii'ua 433 

Xenichtbys 383 

asffTCjntnB, C';niatogaBt«r 403 

AKonmn- 446 

AgnnomiUiia 44B 

probMeldolia 446 

Ag<m«tomna mi 

mkrojm S34 

montiPuln 334 

rniHuitia 334 

|ioiToi>lM 3;i4 

Ap>»ii* 262 

chnw'KiwiiT. 2(a 

C)iie»ii 262 

faliiitu 262 

tiev;..lBii-i-. 262 

niibilii 262 



alalnnga, Germn. ■••...•• 

alatiu, LaiiipBiiyi»tua 

PriODotua .. 

alaacaniu, Ammodi'tMt . . . 

SebastoloblM.. 

Xenocblroa 

albeoliia, Notrnpi* 

albeacens, Remnra 

albicans, Sciadcicbtbra- - 
albigiitta. Kallii-t'MConi*. 

Parnliditbfa. . 
albiroatie, SiphMUiink.-. 

Blbiroatila, nionotna. UI 

allioliueatiu, Fnadalna . Itl 

Albnla 

AlbiilldiB '.'.'.'.'. 

album, Ilicmuloii. - 
Moioatonia 

Albnraopi 

otbiia, {.'.VDoacion -- 

AldroTaiidis 

good«i VI 

grarilia . 90V 

macroobi 

pallida . 

rottraU 
Alectia. 



oiiiai 



LaciobUnnioa . 

Alepiaaoridte 

Alepisanriia 

tPMolapiua. ... 

altiieUs 

borealie 

Alppooepbalidip 

AtepocepbaliiB 

agaaaiEli.,.. 

prodnclna 

teaebrusaa - . 

alentenais, LyconecUs 

Rfj* 



»t 



aleu 
AlexuraH . . 



), Cot 



K 



I Alopiidu, ai7 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 



525 



Index to check^lUt of North American JUKw — Continoed. 



Alosa 



a a • I 



Page. 

282 

alabamao 282 

sapidissima 1 282 

alosoidcs, Uiodon 280 

AJphostes 373 

afer 373 

multij;nttatu8 373 

alpiuus, Salvelinus 293 

alipes^ Sal velinus 293 

arrturus, Sal velinus 293 

aureolns, Salvelinas 293 

BtagnaliSy Sal velinus 293 

alta, Hybopsis 264 

altifroDS, Heros 408 

altipinnis, Micropogon 400 

Notropis 257 

aiti veliS; Alepi sanms 305 

Auchenopterus 469 

Sebastolobns 428 

altus, Oligoplites 344 

Pseudopriacanthus 380 

aluta, Bairdiella 397 

alutaceus^ Acrocheilus 244 

Alutera 424 

inonoceros 424 

punctata 424 

Bchoepfii 424 

Bcripta 424 

al iitus, Apogonicthys 367 

Sebastodes 429 

Alvarius 366 

lateralis 366 

Alvordius 358 

amabiliS) Notropis 258 

amarunif Ilybo^athns 245 

aniarus, Notropis hudsonius 254 

ambigu us, NeomsBnis 382 

AmblbpUtes 354 

Tupestris 354 

oayifirons... 354 

amblops, Hybopsis 264 

AmblyopsidcD 319 

Amblyopsis 319 

spelffius 319 

amblyopsis, Eleotris 455 

ambly rnynchusy Hemicaranx 345 

Ameiurus 232 

catuB 232 

erebennuB 233 

lacnstris 232 

lupus 232 

melas 233 

natalis 233 

nebulosuB 233 

catolos 233 

marmoratus . . 233 

nigrilabris 233 

okeechobeensiB 232 

platycephaluB 233 

Yulgaris 233 

americana, Morone 370 

americanus, Ammody tes 336 

Hemitrip terns 445 

Lucius 308 

MenticirrhuB 401 

Polyprion 370 

PseadoplemonecteB .. 504 



Page. 

Amia ^ 227 

calva 227 

Amiichthys 868 

diapternB 368 

AmiidsB 227 

Amitra 453 

lipariua 453 

Amitrichtbys 453 

Ammocrypta 362 

beanii 362 

pellacida 362 

Clara 362 

vivax 362 

Ammodytes 335 

alascanus 836 

americaDUB 836 

dnbiuB 335 

personatus 336 

AmmodytidsB 335 

Ammodytoidei 335 

amoBuoSy Notropis 259 

Ampbiodon 270 

Amphioxi 211 

ampbiox^s, Psendomonacantbus.. 424 

Amphistichus 401 

argentens 404 

ampins, Tetraptnrus 343 

ampnllacensy Sacoopbary nx 279 

Anableps 316 

dovU 316 

Anacantbini 493 

analiSy Clinocottus 444 

Enpomacentms 410 

HyiM>critichthys 403 

Neomflenis 381 

Notacanthus 307 

analognsy Abudefduf 410 

EpinepbeluB 372 

Kypbosus 893 

analoetanns. Notropis 256 

Anarhicbadidee 477 

Anarhicbas 477 

latifrons 477 

leptums 477 

lupus 477 

minor 477 

orientalis 477 

Anarrbichthys 477 

ocellatus 477 

Ancbovia 286 

macrolepidota 286 

producta 286 

ancbovia, Sardinella 282 

Ancistrus 237 

chagresi 237 

ancylodon, Sagenicbtbys 395 

Ancylopsetta 501 

dendritica 501 

quadrocellata 501 

andreffiy Rbinoscopelus 301 

andrei, Pomadasis 387 

Angelicbtbys 420 

ciliaris 421 

iodocus 421 

isabelita 420 

anguiformis, Spbagebraiicbu& 'EV^ 

Aiiga\\\«b '^^ 



^is^ 



526 REPORT 01'' COStMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHBBIES. 

Itidei to oheak-litt of Xorlh Amrruan fist't^ — CaaUaaad. 

Anguilla clirj-Bypn 20!) 

nDffiiillariH, LtiiupcDiiK illi 

Zinuvev 478 

Auguillidic 289 

aoituilUfDriiiia, PboliilTClitliyii 472 

anfiiiiiioiiB, CltlamydoMliK-'hiiii SIS 

angulifetnio, Cioliluauinii 405 

imgiutiticpB, SuherDides 425 

'1 viOBurus 320 

angiiBtiileiui. Mh 






uiutliua . 



duviUauui . . 



intertniiluH 

pnoiHci 385 

Hunpulana 38« 

wrrula 386 

splBuiatuB 3WJ 



tiuniatuH 386 

vitSinicuB 386 

lUiBuram, HoioBtuma 241 

auD'i', CottuB 441 

aunularU, Pom oils 363 

anUTilatuB, Spberoiiltw t2^ 

politns. Spberuliliis 426 

ano>!eDUB. Nutropia 362 

uiioniitlnm, CampoBtoma 243 

AuoplarubDB 474 

uluctrolophns 474 

atropurporcnB 474 

AnopiagouUB Mtt 

AuoploKa«i*r 336 







435 



ipoda, Neo 

Apodicblbys . 

flavidoa. , 
nnivltatiu . 

Apogon 

binoUtn* . 
doTii.. 

imberbis . ._, 

raacnlatns ■ 

pi){ineoturiiiiB ... .. ■ 

retrowiUa • 

ApngODJohtbya J 

oluliM ■ 

piiQcticul«tiia i 

atellatiw J 



Ap..B 



foralliniifl 



amltiopellatue . 
ocellatns 

Bangniaeas 



cjanellna . J 

pnnotatiiB S 

ByminetriciiB . S 

approiimanB, Folf dactyl nn. t 

Apnon > 

macrophtbalmna .... S 

ApnonodOD . . S 

iBodon .. X 



apu.a, My cisroporca ti 

apiu, I'l sty true Ibb 

aqiia-bonita, Salma indeaa.. 

aijuitedulcls, Uabnla 

Ill I 111 Inn an :>, Ktelia 

aracsQ^, SEaniB 

gpsTiBoma. 

arn-ii, Alherina .. 



opus, 






m, KlbvoBtnmn lonalo .. 
S3ri artaiifliinus, XotropiB taleMopoa .. 

^ir. iiri'tiiillum, Elattarebus 

33& > fcse\uivsiDMuA...,. 



II 



l» 



r 




CHECK-LIST OF NORTH ATilERlCAN FISHES. 



527 



Index to check'list of North American fikhes — Continued. 



Arcliopcrca 373 

Arrboplites 357 

interruptus 357 

Archosargus 390 

aries 390 

])oiirtale8ii 390 

probatocepbalus 390 

trideiis 390 

uniinacnlatns - 390 

arcticurn, Ben those ma 301 

arctifrons, Calamus _ 389 

CitharichthyH 502 

Arctosoopus - 464 

japonicus - 464 

Arctozenus - 305 

borealis - 305 

coruscans 305 

arctnm, Sipbostoma - 328 

arcturus, Salvelinus alpinns 293 

arcuatus, Batbygacl us 497 

PomacautbuB 420 

ardens, Catostomus 240 

Notropis umbratilis 260 

ardoola, Ty losnrns 320 

arenatus, PriacantbuB 380 

Kypticus 379 

areuicola, Fierasfer - 483 

GillelluB 464 

arjj^e, Kublia 357 

Notropis - 259 

ar <xeii tatuB, Tetrai^onopteruB - 267 

argeiitea, Hatbyclupea - 336 

8pbyrwna 335 

argenteus, Ampbisticbns 404 

Diplodns 390 

Hy perprosopon 403 

Larimns 396 

Trachinotus 349 

Argentina 295 

sialis.... 295 

eilns 295 

striata 295 

Argentinidu) 294 

arj>:enti88imu8, Plagoptems 266 

argentiventris, NeomsBnis 381 

arguB, Muruina 278 

argyrite, Hybognatbns 245 

Argyrocottus 441 

zanderi 441 

ArgyropelecuB 306 

heniigymnuB 306 

olforsi 306 

argyropbanus, StolepbomB 385 

Arg vroBomus 289 

artedi 289 

Cisco 289 

boyi 289 

lauretta) 289 

lucidus 289 

nigripinnis 289 

osmeri formis 289 

prognatbns 289 

puHillns 289 

tullibee 289 

bisselli 289 

ar^yrosomuH, Damalichthys 404 

aries, Arcbosargus 390 



ra£o. 



ariommns, Notropis « • • • 258 

arizouie, Pantosteus 238 

arlingtonins, Fuudulus 311 

armata, Bairdiella 397 

armatuR, Centropom us 369 

Leptocottus 434 

armiger, Alexurus 455 

arted^, Argyrosomus 289 

oisco, Argyrosomns 289 

ArtedieUus 437 

atlanticns 437 

pacificus 437 

uncinatuB 437 

Artedius 437 

lateralis 437 

artesise, Etbeostoma : 365 

Ascelicbtbys 445 

rhodorus 445 

ascensionlSy HolocentruB 338 

rnf us, Holocontms 338 

asper, CottuB 439 

Exerpes 469 

HexagrammoB 434 

aspera, Limauda 504 

asperilinguis, Anthias 879 

asperrimus, Cantbidermis 422 

Aspicottns 439 

aspidolepis, Hemiancistnis 237 

Aspldopboroides 449 

bartoni 449 

guntberi 449 

mermis 449 

monopterygiuB .. 449 

olrikii 449 

afipidnrasi Urolopbns 223 

asprella, Crystallaria 362 

asprelluB, Kadulinus 438 

aspro, HadropteruB 358 

aBsimilis, Galeicbthy s 229 

asterias, Urolopbus 223 

Astemopteryx 474 

gunelliformis 474 

ocellatns 474 

Asterospondyli 213 

astilbe, Stolepborns 285 

AstrolyteB 436 

fenestralis 437 

notospilotns 436 

AstronestheB 303 

gemmifer 303 

nigor 303 

ricnardsoni 303 

Astronestbidie 303 

AstroscopuB 465 

guttatuB 465 

y-grajcum 465 

zepbyrius 465 

Actyanax 266 

Asymmetron 211 

lucayanum 211 

ationiatuB, Cbtetodon 420 

Atberestbes 499 

Btomias 499 

Atberinella 332 

pananiensis 332 

Atberina 330 

arsea '^as^ 



528 BEPURT OF COUMmSIONBR OF FISH AND FISnEBfES. 




Index to check-liat oj yorth 

Atberinncarolina SSC 

h&rriugtoDciiBiB 33C 

Iftticepa 33C 

inicropH . 33(j 

Atherinidoi 330 

BthcriooideH. CbriodoTus -. 321 

NutropiR 259 

^toTBiigraiilJB 286 

Athoriiiops 333 

aiDiiia 333 

inaiiUrum 333 

rogia 333 

Athfltinop«iB 332 

oaliforaieiuU 332 

Athlouii"B 321 

binns 321 

atlnRB. ChilomycteruB 427 

atkinai, GoBtarostouB biBpinosiii. .. 334 

atlnntii^n, Kmblemaria 173 

atUntiniini, OrooB»ma 41B 

attiiutiuus. ArtedinlliiB 137 

B«utlioileaniDB 33S 

lireKiuaueros IBS 

Dibraucbus 511 

RupbtvarttM 171 

Turpou 27a 

atomitrinni. Hpuriaama 416 

AtopopliuiiB 171 

riDgena 471 

AtnMtnician 396 

Atruotootcaa 337 

*tnunentatna, SymphuntB Sm 

atiurina, Xenoio.irshtx 271 

Atriramlo, Sympliartsa GW 

atriloliftta. Cbroriis lOS 

Ktrimana, MoDolene 60^ 

AtrimanDS, Heniioaranx 34S 

atripes, N'otropls iimbratilia 26C 

PbaDerodcm 401 

atripinnia, Goodea 316 

atmcandalis, NntropiB caynga 252 

atromaciilataB,Senii>ti1ua 246 

thoreaiiianiiB, &e- 

motilus 217 

Ktronaana, RbtnlcblbTB ,. 261 

craiwQs. BbialchtbfH. ,. 261 

luiiBtiiB, Rbinicbtbya.. . 261 

incleaKnB, Kblniclitbya. 262 

fttropnrpiirpns. Auoplarthua 174 

Btr'.nib.Ti", S'lbiistoJi'B 12!1 

otrnvirpiis. SebnafoilfB 1311 

att.-iiu:itn, VineiKucrna 302 

atU'iiiiiitiis.n9iniTU« 2!U 

AucbeDU[>leriis 46!^ 

ufflnis IBS 

Hltivflin Ifi!' 

faai-inliia 46S 

iiitpKf'pin'iis 161) 

niiinuorntiiH IBS 

moiinpbtbnluiiiH jli!) 

uijrriiiiuniN liiK 

nox 16a 

Anftanpinii 431 

1-1-. Mpiiirlii. 331 

l-.■..«,^,pb..Hr..nln 337 

lopido; 297 



A merioan fit\e»—Coa tinood. 



Anlorbpicludtf •.. 

Aulorbyncbtia 

flftTidni.. 

AaloBtOII■idl^ 

AuloBtomna 

oin«raDa 

anraDtiaena, H]rpc'>'"°**< 






MoUoB 

Hurea, BrevMirtiB tfranBtM 

Lunpotra 

anreiia, Harem . 

uurpolum, HaxiMtDinjt ... 

' aureolaa, QaiTM ..... 

J anreoloe. Balrelinna alplnna. . 

, aurioiilatua,S«liaatodai., 

j d*im.f - 

niiriga, Dales.. 

auritna, Leponi'ia ^ 

Bolia, Lepomts . . ' 

anTofrenatum, Bpariaoma ...... < 

I ntirnltneataTii. Batbyatoioa... ] 

\ aurora, Abeona .- ..... i 

I Sebostodoa 4 

I anrornbptiJi, RhombopIlU* ] 

I aiiBtralo, F.tbeoitotna 3 

au&tralia, loclna | 

I Romilogla*. 4 

j aBstrinum, MoxoBlotiia 3 

tbaeard 3 

ATprmncna ....,.- 1 

etnmetBno 4 

I avermucDS, K»tbeI<i«toin> 1 

avucettu. Nemiebtbj'a i 

Avocettiua 2 

ffilli I 

iDfana a 

I aitUariB, Aoatltbr•l^attUB ... 
BrachydeaCerna .. 

aiiDopbr.va, Xystes 

■ aya, CbiPtodon 

I NoontiBiiia 



S Notr 



%, Hemioiiilla J 

». GaltJcbtbyH 2 

. BKiiriwimns, MlcroapatboilOD do*- 

bad iiiB, Gobi hb 4 

I bairro, reliehthya 2 

bAliinunB. Tentbia t 

babieuais, CyMilnma \ 

FBHcbthyB « 

builryi. Cvprinodon 3 

bainlLMaonmruB 4 

, baLnUaiiiiin, Sipboatoma X 

bairdianua, SphfriBDopa i 

Itairdiella 3 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 



529 



Index to oheck-liat of North American fishes — Continued. 



Page. 

Bairdiella nliita 397 

arinata 397 

chrysoleiica 397 

chryRura 397 

ensifera ...'. 397 

icistia 397 

ronchiis 397 

bairdii, Bathymyzon 212 

Callionymus 454 

Gastrostoraus 279 

MicroHpathodon 411 

Mitchillina 287 

bajonado, Calamus 389 

balao, J lemirampbus 321 

balearica, Cougermnnena 270 

BalisteH 422 

carolineusis 422 

forcipatus 422 

uaufragium 422 

polylopis 422 

powellii 422 

vetula 422 

BalistidsR 422 

balteatum, Cifblaeoina 406 

baltt'atus, Leuciscus 249 

Baratbrodeiuus 484 

maiiatiniis 484 

Baratbromis 485 

bicolor 485 

barbarji', i^ipbostoma 326 

barbata, lirotubk 484 

Pallasina 447 

bail)atiim, P^cbio.stoma 304 

Jiyconema 480 

baibatuluiii, La^mouoma 495 

Barbuhfer 461 

eeiitbcpcus 461 

barbulifer, Rbinoliparis 453 

baroni.s-iuulleri, Khanidia 235 

barracnda, Sphyriuna 334 

bartbolonia?i, Caranx 346 

bartoni, Aspidophoroides 449 

Cichlasoma 405 

Eslopsiarum 330 

BaHcauicbthys 274 

bascanium 274 

peninsubu 274 

BcuticariH 274 

baacaiiitim, Bascanicbthjs 274 

baHilaria, Heros 407 

Bassogigas 485 

gillii 485 

Batisozutus 486 

catena 486 

conipreHsiiB 486 

normalis 486 

batabana, Corvnla 397 

Batbyagonus 448 

nigripinnis 448 

batbybius, Embassicbthys 506 

Ilistiobrancbutt 269 

Batbyclupea 336 

argentea 336 

Bathycbipeidaj 336 

Batbygadus 496 

arcnatns 497 

favosus 496 

F. R. 95 34 



Page. 

Batbygadus longifilis 497 

macrops 497 

Batbylaco 297 

nigricans 297 

Batbylagus 295 

benedicti 295 

borealis 296 

euryops 296 

paoificus 296 

Bathymaster 463 

signatus 463 

BathymasteridsB 463 

Bathymyzon 212 

bairdii 212 

Bathyonus 485 

catena 485 

compressus 485 

Bathyphasma 451 

o vigerum 451 

bathy pbila, Cy clothone 303 

Batbypteroidte 298 

Bathypterois 298 

longipes 298 

quadrlfilis 298 

Bathytroctes 287 

stomias 287 

BathyHanrus 297 

ferox 297 

Bathystoma 385 

aurolincatuui 385 

riinator 385 

striatum 385 

Batoidel 220 

Batrachoides 466 

surinamensis 466 

pacifici 466 

Batrachoididffi 466 

beani, Heros 408 

Limanda 504 

Ophidion 482 

Triglops 438 

beanii, Amniocrypta 362 

Plectromus 337 

Prionotns 488 

Serrivomer 272 

beardsleei , Salmo gairdneri 292 

beldingi, Cottus 440 

belizannsy Belonesox 316 

bella, Hypoclydonia 368 

Bellator 488 

militaris 488 

bellus, Notropis 259 

Belonesox 316 

belizauns S16 

bendirei, Uranidea 441 

benedicti, Batbylagus 295 

benoiti, Myctophuiu 301 

Beuthocometes 486 

robustus 486 

Benthodesmus 342 

atlanticus 342 

Bentbosaurida) 297 

Benthosaurus _ 297 

grallator 297 

Bentbosema 301 

arcticuni 301 

mullerl ^KSV 



530 EErOET OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND PI8HEBIE8. 

IttilKi to ehrck-litt 11/ yorlh AmeHran fi»ke» — Contiiinvd. 



berjrlai, MiMronrus iffi 

berniuibr, KuniluliiB 310 

Ironuudeiiaig, I'lcraHfor J(<4 

lioruuTilini, CatoshmiuB S40 

Brryddir. 330 

Bcrjooidei 336 

berylliun, Menldia groclUa 331 

l>eTylliniiB, CryjitntiiiunB 115 

Beryx 337 

dec(idat!t:rIU9 337 

iplAHitoDB S37 

beMania, ClrrbitM 402 

bicimdalta, Lnctophrys 421 

bioolor, AniflotreiiinB 38G 

Dura lb run 11 8 '185 

LeucUiiiiH Sis 

Bondelelia 2S8 

RntilQB 250 

Ryptioua 379 

btoorniB, Irelus 437 

bifMciatom, Cichlasooin 40G 

bifuai'iatUB, Chluriubth.vtt 414 

l)ifreuatus, Sotropis 252 

biguttatnm, Coi-lilognatbua 26t 

bisiitlatus, Malacoi'tenuB 4tiS 

bUiucata, l.eplilopBettA EOl 

bilinenris, Morliiccini 4tl3 

biUaeataa, Uharacodon 311 

bUobuB, HiBtiooottiis 445 

binmonlattiB, HalattortonuH 4G8 

I'suttdoxipliopbonu . 315 

buKHnlaU, Rojii 333 

tilnotatns, Apamn 367 

bipiniiiilatns. Eliieatls 



biruBtriH, Mini 



■187 



blennioSiTJolropla...... 

cirrboBns 

Bodiaaae 

acantbistiuH 

dubiiia 

fulTUB 

pnnotatni .. 

pttnotifltfua 

tmnfope STl 

BolfllclithTa "** 

BxilU . 



fusiform is , , 



olniBtedl . 

podosteiDODe 

briloosociD, (lobiiiH 

lioUmani, HippogloBsfua 

CIpsopiiiodua 

Srarna 

Bolluiannift 

oblaniyilM 

mftcnipaina .... 

oodlata 

atiEino'''™ 



i, Mycl 






klitliusti 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMEBICAN FISHES. 



531 



Index to oheck'liMt of North American JUhes — Continued. 



brachinsculns, Grammicolopis 

brachycepbalum, 8ipko8toma 

Bracby deuterus 

axillaris 

corviuipfonniH 

leuciscuH 

nitiduB 

Brachygenys 

chrysargyreuB 

Bracby istius 

frenatiis 

Bracbyopsis 

dodec.'Pdrus 

rostratus 

Begaliensis 

verrucosus 

bracbypoda, Pygosteus pungitius 

bracbyptera, Remora 

Khamdia 

br.'icbypterus, Holocentrus 

NeomseniB 

Bracbysomophis 

crocodilinuH 

bracbysomns, CalamuB 

Brama 



agassizii 



brevoortii • 

rail 

Brainida' 

Brainocliarax 

bransfordi 

Brancbiostoma 

californienBO 

caribuF^um 

lanceolatum 

Brancb iostomatitbe 

branicki, PomadaBis 

brausfordi^ Bramocharax 

Loricaria 

brasilianus, GerreB 

braHiliensis, Hemiramphus 

Mngil 

Narcine 

Paralichthys 

Scorpasna 

braytoni, Notropis 

BregmaceroB 

atlanticuB 

macclellandii 

Bregmacerotidse 

brevibarbe, Lepopbidium 

brevicaudata, Bre voortia ty rannuB . 

brevicepB, Evortbodus 

Larimus 

MoxoBtoma 

brevideuB, Gonostoma 

brevimanus, Gerres 

TetragonopteruB 

brevipes, Lycodea 

brevipinniS; HypsoblenuiuB 

Isaciella 

brevirostris, Acipenser 

Cbasmistes 

CololabiB 

Hypoprion 

breviB, Tyntlaetes 

breviBpinis, Sebaatodes 



Page. 
352 
327 
386 
386 
386 
386 
386 
385 
385 
403 
403 
446 
446 
446 
446 
446 
324 
490 
■ 235 
338 
382 
276 
276 
389 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
268 
268 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
387 
268 
236 
392 
321 
333 
222 
500 
433 
253 
498 
498 
498 
498 
482 
283 
456 
396 
242 
302 
392 
267 
479 
471 
388 
227 
240 
322 
217 
461 
429 



P»ge. 

BroYoortia 283 

tyrannuB 283 

aurea 283 

brevicauda . . . 283 

patronuB 283 

breyoortii, Brama 350 

broBine, BroamiuB 496 

BrosmiuB 496 

broBme 496 

BroBmophyciB 484 

marginatuB 484 

Brotula 484 

barbata 484 

Brotulidffi 484 

brousBonnetii, Gobioidea 461 

Umbrina 400 

brownii, Stolephorus 285 

brunnea, Maynea 480 

brunneuB, CatnluB 214 

DyopbiB 269 

Brycon 267 

dentex 267 

striatuluB 267 

BryoBtemma 473 

nugator 473 

polyactocepbalum ... 473 

bry OBUB, Blenuicottus globicepa . . . 445 

BrysBetsBrea 491 

pinniger 491 

bubalinuB, NotropiB 255 

bubaluB, IctiobuB 238 

bncanella, NeomwniB .381 

buceata, Ericymba 260 

bucciferuBy LabriaomuB 468 

buccoy MoxoBtoma 241 

Buccone 394 

bnlleri, Prionodea 378 

bntleri, Pcecilia 817 

Bythitea 484 

fusouB 484 

caballuB, Caranz 846 

o«BruleBcen8, Galeichthys 229 

C8Bruleu8y Clnpanodon 281 

NotropiB 255 

c8BBiuBy Anisotremus 885 

Calamus 889 

arotifronB 889 

b^jonado 889 

brachyBomus 889 

calamus 889 

leucoBteus 389 

macrops 389 

mediuB 389 

penna 889 

pennatula 389 

proridens 889 

taurinuB 389 

calamuB, Calamus 889 

califomica, Tetranarce 222 

californiouB, Cypsilurus 823 

Galeus 215 

Myliobatis 225 

Paralicbthys 500 

californienBO, Braucbiostoma 211 

Myctopbum 301 

8iphoBtoma 326 

callfomlenBiB, Atherinopsia 332 



EEPOKT OF C0MMIS8I0NEB OF FISH AND FISH 
Indti to rhrek-lut of Xarlh Jmerican finlir* — Continaod 



c»lifomien»i8, Chilomycteraa 427 

Dor^rhamphiiB 328 

Eucinusloiniia 391 

MeilioloDii 393 

Typll logo bins 461 



Xec 
cnllnriaa. Gadtu.. 

CullBua 

Callecbiil:!'* 



I 



494 

399 

274 

274 

CHlliiKlun 417 

Calliunrmidn 454 

CalliouTmnB 454 

buirUii 4W 

uulHuciis 464 

himantupboruH 4Ii4 

paaciruiUutua 464 

calliaeina, Notropis 254 

csllistini!, NotropiB KM 

CHlliiira, Slyctero|>ercn 375 

cBlliuriiB, CallionyaiJB 454 

logla-wUH 451 

cnllopleruB, CyimluriiB 333 

CBllymlon, NwIipHris 450 

Cnlotomiis 415 

xi-iimlun 415 

enlvB, Amin a27 

Cftlytulopiilotug 43il 

«p)uo«ue 430 

comelopurdatii, Hycteroperca 



tiRru 
Cauipostoma .. 



Ktbeosloiaa 

naiiiiiluuBe. Stiiiistoiliciu. 

liurviiui, Stiziwlfiliou . 

gTiaenia. Stii-i-Hlrilmti , 

oMiadiiln. Itachyi'i'iitruu 

CBluillcnlutuH, lo 



Caraa^ides 



baTIIiolomuM.. 

caballliB .. 

cryiioa 




Ulna '." 

Ingnbtiii 

roargioataa .. 

medtuic^ola 

moliuBpypu,. 

vinutna .. 

caTHpiatiH, CoryphBiiofdeM .. 

Caraaaina 

auratna 

rarbuuarinni, Ilrenmlon.. 

Carotiurbinua ... 

neraaoUiM 

n-tbaloruB 

rulellormla 

froultt 

lienloi 

laniieU* 

limbaUia 

niitberti 

nioarasoMwU. . 

obaeunw 

oiyrlifBcbuii .. 

pUiyo-'iou""" 
ptutyrbyuclitut . 

reiuoliia ... . 

CarohatiaB 

littonliB. 

carcbariaa. Cairbarodon 

UarcbaTiiilu- 

CarcLnrodoD 

orebariaa 

Cnremitm 

Careucholyi 

Caieprocias .. 

colletti 

getiiti iKHiu 

iDclanurua 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN PISHES. 



533 



Index to cheoJc-list of North American fishes — Continued. 



Page. 

carolinensis, Seriola zonata 344 

carolinns, Blennius 469 

Prionotus 487 

Pteraclis 350 

Trachinotns 349 

carpio, Carpiodes 238 

Cypriiiodon 315 

Cyprinus 512 

Carpiodes 238 

carino 238 

cyprinus 238 

ditioriuis 238 

tliompsoni 238 

velifer 238 

carrin^tDnii, Aposia nnbila 262 

caryi. Hypsurus 404 

cjistaneum, Macrostoma 209 

castaacns, Ichthyomyzon ... 212 

Lycodontis 277 

castor, Pontinus 433 

CatM'tyx 484 

rubrirostris 484 

caturactji', Rhinicbthys 261 

dulcisy Khinichthys 261 

catapbractns, Gasterosteus 324 

catena, Bassozetus 486 

Bathyouus 485 

catenata, Kcbidiia 278 

oatonatiis, Fnndulus 310 

Catborops 232 

gulosus 232 

bypopthalmus 232 

Catostomida^ 237 

Catostomus 239 

ardens 240 

bemardini 240 

commersonii 240 

catostomuB 239 

discobolus 239 

gila 240 

^seus 239 

msignis 240 

labiatns ^ 239 

latipinnis 239 

macrocheilns 240 

nigricans 240 

occidentalis 240 

pocatello 239 

retropinnis 239 

rex 239 

rbothoBcns 240 

taboensis 239 

catostomns, CatostomnB 239 

Pbenacobins 261 

Catulus 214 

brunneus 214 

cepbalus 214 

retifer 214 

uter 214 

xaniurus 214 

catnlus, Ameiurus nebnlosns 233 

catus, Ameiurus 232 

caudalis, Iridio 413 

candatusy Lepidopns 342 

caudilimbatus, Leptocephalus 270 

caudispinosum, Macrostoma 299 

Caularchus 491 



Page. 

Caularcbus msDandricns 491 

Caulistius 491 

Caulolatilus 462 

cyanops 462 

microps 462 

princeps • 462 

Caulolepis 336 

longidens 336 

Canlophryne 511 

joidani 511 

Caulopns 305 

canrinuSy Mylocheilus 246 

Sebastodes 432 

ca valla, Scomberomorus 341 

cavernosuB. Hymenocephalus 496 

cavifrons, Ambloplitcs rupestris . . . 354 

Hemitripterus 445 

Tarandichthys 436 

cayannSy Pristigaster 284 

cay ennense, Sipbostoma 328 

cayennensis, Trachinotus 349 

Cayennia 461 

gnichenoti 461 

cay nga atrocaudalis, Notropis 252 

Eucalia inoonstans 324 

Notropis 252 

Cebcdicbtbys 476 

violacens 475 

Centrarcbidfls 353 

Centrarcbus 353 

macropterus 353 

centrarcbus, CicbJasoma 406 

Centroblennins 476 

Centrolabrus 411 

exoletus 411 

Centrolopbida) 351 

Centrolophus 351 

niger 351 

Centropomidas 369 

Centropomus 369 

affinis 369 

armatns 369 

cnvieri 369 

ensiferuB 370 

grandocnlatus 369 

mexicanns 369 

nigrescens 369 

parallelns 369 

pectinatns 369 

pedimaculv 369 

robalito 369 

undecimalis 369 

nnionensis 369 

viridis 869 

Centronristes 876 

ocyums 877 

philadelpbicus 877 

rnfus 376 

striatus 876 

CentroBcy Ilium 219 

fabricii 219 

Centroscymnns 219 

cridolepis 219 

centmra, Dasyatis 223 

cepedianum, Dorosoma 280 

exile, DoroBoma 280 

Cepbalacantbid:e 4^ 



HEPORT OF COMMIBStONER OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 



Index (D cheak-liil of Xarlh J 

CephnlarunLbiis 4SM 

volitanB J89 

CeplialoBOyllium 2U 

cephalus, CfttnlnB 214 

GobioBoi 491 

PftralipaTJi 453 

■MmuiniiB, Goblerax 492 

KotropfH S56 

CeratDconthiiH 424 

CimitiaB 510 

bolboUi 510 

Cerntiiiliu 510 

Carntocottna 430 

diceraus 43B 

CeratoBuupBluB 29H 

luadsIrensiH '29!> 

cercuHtlKnia, Notropis 255 

Cenlalo 478 

jantbas 478 

cenlule, Scytallna 481 

Curdalidm 478 

cerTiniun, Lepuplildinm 482 

MoxoHtoma 24.1 

CBtoiiffranlis 286 

mleutillns 286 

mjj«ticetn8 286 

Cetomimliltc 298 

Cetomlmiis 298 

gillH 298 

Btorort 398 

Cetarhlnidn 218 

Ceturliiniifl 218 

niaxiLiiiis 21H 

oeutliwuiia, biirbiilifi'i' -Iijl 

Clm-Tiiolithj-iili- - 464 



I merica n fiihe»—Con tlnued . 

Chalinnra sernila 4W 

nimuJa 4!tS 

rhnllengeri, MacdODBldia 307 

cbatybu'iiB, Notropis 257 

I'balybeiiis, Chloranbtbalmna S9T 

ofaainiFleaDtioeps, Lopbolatiliia ... 463 

ChsniUiB ZfO 

ChanaorauWiA 279 

rittata 279 

ClrnnoB 380 

abanoB 280 

cbaaoB, C1iudo« 2S0 

cbaperi, Paracllmu 169 

ChapinnB 424 

Cbaraclnldie 266 

Cbaraoodon 314 

billneatiiB Sit 

ejaeni SU 

fiirciilens 31( 

lateraliB SU 

Jiut^oldi SU 

vanatna SU 

CbaBmistsB 240 

bnviroBtriB 240 

t-HJoB 211 

feennduB 240 

UoniH 240 

CbMmoilu 4TI 

bonqamaus 471 

jonkinBi 471 

qiiAdrifiuoiatnB 471 

aaboiTB ITI 

Cbanliodontldii> 303 

ChanliodiiB iUHi 

niaoouDi 303 

slounei .^03 

Chnanas WW 

pic'tBd mift 

(■Ii..ili<-lilhv« 425 

(■bfili><ti[itcri.]j.- 3(i7 

(■li<nloih|iteni3 WftI 

lUlliiiJ- 3fiH 

Ctiriir.rrr-iiui 3ttt 

( iu'liUoTiLi-litliys 4KS 

lli.im.hi .'. 248 

rl,.-Ml,Ti, I'hv.is _ 4!tr. 

(■)iiii-i.ii.aoii' iC,:i 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



535 



Index to check-list of North American fishes — Continned. 



Page. 

Chim.Tridjp 225 

ChiniMToidri 225 

chiostictus, Kiitomaurodus 471 

rlii(|iiita, Abouia 459 

Chirocciitrodon 283 

tjrniatns 283 

Chirostoma 330 

ewtor 330 

ffrandocule 330 

humboldtiannm 330 

chirtifl, Xipliistes 475 

chisovensis, PcKcilia 318 

Chitonotus 436 

pugetensis 436 

chittendeni, Cyclopsetta 502 

chlamydes, HoUmannia 458 

ChhiinydosolachidjB 213 

Chlamydoselachus 213 

angu ineus 213 

chle vastes, Lycodontis 278 

Chlopsis 272 

eqnatorialis 272 

Chlorichtnys 414 

bifasciatus 414 

f^rammaticns 414 

acasaniis 414 

Ditidissimns 414 

nitidns 414 

socorroensis 414 

Bteindaohneri 414 

virons 414 

cbloristins, Notropis nivens 255 

cblorocepbaluH, Notropis 257 

CblorophthalmuB 297 

ogassizii 297 

cnaly beias 297 

trnculentiiB 297 

Chlorosoombrns 348 

cbrysnms 348 

orqueta 348 

cblorostictusy Sebastodes 431 

cblorurus, Hypoplectrus unicolor. 376 

cb(pro8toinn8, Stolephorns 285 

Cbologaster 319 

agassizii 319 

comutus 319 

papillifemB 319 

Cbondroganoidea 226 

Chondrostei 226 

cbordatnsy Stylephorns 490 

Cborististium 370 

rnbnim 370 

Cbriodorns 321 

atberiiioides 321 

Chriolepis 455 

minutillns 455 

Cbriope 252 

Chroniides 405 

Chromis 409 

atrilobata 409 

cyaneus 409 

encbrysnrns 409 

inKolatiis 409 

mill til ineatuB 409 

panctipinniB 409 

ChroBomnB 244 

dakoteDslB 244 



Page. 

CbrosomnB ery tbrogaster 244 

eoB 244 

oreas 244 

cbroBomns, Notropis 258 

chrysargyrens, Brachy g^ny b 385 

cbrysocbloris, Pomolobus 281 

cbrysogaster, Agosia 263 

cbrysolenca, Balrdiella 397 

cbryHomeias, Sebastodes 432 

cbrysops, Roccns 371 

Stenotomiis 388 

cbrysopternm, Sparisoma 416 

cbrysopterns, Ortbopristis 888 

cbrysotns, Fundulus 312 

rhrysura, Bairdiella 397 

obrysurus, Chloroscombms 348 

Microspatbodon 411 

Ooynrus 382 

cbrysypa, Angailla 269 

chuss, Pbycis 495 

cibaria, Lampetra 212 

Cicblasoma 405 

angnlifemm 405 

balteatnm 406 

bartoni 405 

bifasciatnm 406 

centrarcbns 406 

deppii 406 

fenestratam 405 

godmanni 405 

helleri 406 

intermediam 405 

lentiginosam 406 

longimanas 406 

macracantbnm 405 

malanopogon 406 

margantifemm 406 

melannmm 406 

monteznma 405 

maltispinosam 406 

nebnlifenim ' 406 

nigrofasciatum 406 

parma 405 

rectangnlare 405 

rostratnm 406 

sieboldii 405 

spilnrum 406 

Cicblidie 405 

ciliaris, Alectis 347 

Angelicbtbys 421 

ciliatnSy Monacantbns 423 

SebastodoB 428 

cimbrins, Rbinonemus 496 

cinereum, Etbeostoina 364 

XystH'ma 391 

cinereus, Aulostomus 325 

Macronrus 497 

Microspatbodon dorsalis. 411 

cingnlatuB, Fundiilus 312 

circumnotatura, Sparisoma 417 

cirratum. Gin^lymostoma 214 

cirratuB, Pbycis 495 

Cirrhites 402 

beta urus 402 

rivnlatus 402 

Cirrbitidm 402 

Cirrhitoidei 402 



536 BEPORT OF COMMIseiONEB OF FISH AND FI^HEftlW- 
Indc^ to ehteb-lut of Xorth dnmvon j!*kM— L^oaltnual. 



ulrrhosno. Blopaiae — 

CISCO. ArgyroHoiunB artedi 

oiamont.iniie, Coreguuas wiUiam- 

CitUatiohthya 

arctifrona 

dinaoeTOB 

CrBKilis 

gilbarti 

macropa 

mlrroBtaniiu 

Bordldua 

■pnoptonu 

aueniinu* 

nnfcomia 

xonllioatignut 

cibinellno, HcTOB 

Citula 

clathTBtue, Pftralnbr&x 

olara, AiumoorjptA pellucida 

MenJiIU _ 

Clftrieol* 

aUrioaeiieit, Holacftnthna - 

elsTJonii, XeHnrns 

oUrki. Pautonleas 

darttli, Salmo DijkiM 

davijrer, Enopij^B 

ClopHeng 

ClBTolandin 

los 

ClinocottUB 

ClinoKtomnii - 

CUola - 

BinitLii 

Oliipanodon 

pBeudoliisiianiciiB 

Clnpea 

hareneuB 

palloBu - 

Cllipefaie 

BtvpeifbriiiiH. CdregnniiB 

vlnpi>nii1v)i, Stnl"iil]orn» . 

coiiLtTiii _ _ ." ";'.!,'!'.;_;!!""! 

fn-l..«lliin«,lV.-ii.l„»,.,ini« 

on.|.ilBtil9,fMilii«' wiiriti- 

Cofliirlij-NcliiiP... 




hlfiys. 



oii-niliMipanctatuii, ^qalil*< 

oiurulao*, Scurua 

TenthiB 

(»il^natiiB. Cuttua . .... 

cutiM. Si'otnl'er 

coUnpHnm, MoKoittaiiuk. . .. 

oi>lll«l, Hyilmtaifiia 

collettf , Careprootna . . . . . . 

Collvttia , 

DOCtumB ,, ... 

rHnu«sq.Del -... .. 

Culooenlmli 

Cololabfa , 

IjTSTinMtria 

CulomiwiiB 

nelttacoH .. .. 

colutMlo, Neomwuis 

Cultuubia 

colnntbiaiiiiB, Rntiliw 

i-onintliMnB, itamozutuB 

Bi.th,vonnB.... 

KtolnptiomB . . . 

i^ncalor, Ichtlirninyion ... 

(ii^nibBtolnonia-. 

cnnfortua, PimnpbalM |>roM .. _ 

cnnflncntUB, Pimdnlna ....... 1 

cnnrormja, I<buc{iciib ( 

conger, IjCiptni^npludiu J 

Caagemiuneiin 1 

balenrie* 1 

flara -J. 

•nacmnt J 

prorigera .J t. 

conKmtnm, MoxoBtouia 3i 

eimicepB. Mnru^nesox Ti 

foimcftr* » 

niaodonaldi S 

conorephalaB, H; lopbarudon 31 

CoDotlon Jk 

nobi liB 3t 

Borrifor S 

FonBpersiiB, Lycodontis 73 

coDBtellatUK, t'latopbrjB H. 

8ebaataile« i; 

connH, Moxoalima 34 

l-nOJ'ITI, I^UpiBPtlS 21 

I'opri. AlepOBomilB 2f 

I'nrulipariB. V 

('iipBlauilBllnB .- -.. 3< 

<|iiip«npiiB 3t 

i'.>pi.|!.ii.li. Cotto^aMer ."« 

ri>r:illlliiiiii, {'rvjitiitrerua 4* 

ciinilllriiis, .tiiifniiiiriiiB » 

rdri'Kimoidi'?, l-nrnlrpU » 

ki'iiuinitli ••> 

l.il.r,..inTlciiN » 

iirlvonii 2» 

i|ii>i.lrilalcraliB 'J> 

TiL'burdsoiui 2r 



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CHECK-LIST OF NOKTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



537 



Index to check-list of Xorih American fishea — Continued. 



Coregoims williamaoni 288 

cismontaniis 288 

coregonus, Moxostoma 242 

coriaceiiB, Ryj)ticu8 379 

corinus, Ilcxanchus 213 

coruiibica, Lauma 218 

coruutus, Anoplogaster 336 

Chologaster 319 

cyaneus, Notropis 256 

frontalis, Notropis 256 

Notropin 256 

Zandus 421 

coroides, Uiiibrina 400 

coronatus, Pctrometopou cruenta- 

tiis 371 

corporalia, Seuiotilus 246 

corteziaua, Aprodon 478 

coruscaiis, Arctozeniis 305 

coniBcus. HolocentruB 338 

corviiiji'forinis, Brachydeuterus.. . 386 

Cor villa 396 

batabana 397 

macrops 396 

sanctii^-lucim 397 

sialis 397 

subii'qualis 397 

Corynolophus 510 

reinhardti 510 

Corypliji'na 350 

c<|iii8eti8 350 

Lippiirus 350 

CorypliM'nid.i* 350 

Coryph;L'Uoide8 498 

carapinus 498 

rnpestris 498 

Corvthroichthys 328 

Cot'tidiP 435 

Cottus 439,440 

aleuticus 440 

anna; 441 

asper 439 

beldingi 440 

cognatus 440 

gulosus 439 

ictalops 440 

leioporaus 441 

minutns 440 

onychiis 440 

perplexus 440 

philonipa 440 

poUicaris 440 

pimctiilatus 440 

rhotheus 439 

ricei 440 

semiscaber 440 

Bhasta 439 

spilotos 441 

Cottogaster 360 

copelandi 360 

Hbumardl 360 

urauidca 360 

Cottuncnlus 443 

microps 443 

thomsonii 443 

Cotylopus 456 

gyninogaster 456 

8ulviui 456 



coucbiana, PcBcilia... 

couesii, Agosia 

couesii, Cryptopsaras 
Couesius 

adnstns 

disaimilis . . . 



greeni 

plumbens 

Bquamilentus 

conlterii, Coregonus 

courbina, Pogonias 

cragini, Etheostoma 

cramerli Leurestbes 

Sebastodes 

Craniomi 

crassicanda, Leaciscns 

crasaic^ps, PlectroniuH 

crasMilabre, Moxostoma 

crassilabris, Lycodopsis 

Satanoperca 

CratinuB 

agassizii 

crebripunotata, Pteroplatea 

cremuobatea, Starksia 

crenularis, Tarletonbeania 

creolua, Grrardinus 

crescentale, Gobiosonia 

crescentia, Salino gairdneri 

crestonis, Teutbis 

erinigerum, Sipbostoma 

cristatns, Blenniua 

cristiceps, Plectromus 

Cristi vomer 

namaycush 

siscowet.. 

cristnlata, Scorpji^na 

croceua, Rbinicbtbys atronasus... 

croeodilinus, Brachysomopbis 

croeodihis, Lampany ctus 

crocotus, Hypoplectrus unlcolor.. 

crocro, Pomadasis 

croicensis, Scams 

cromia, Pogonias 

crossotus, Etropas 

crotalinns, Lycodopsis 

cruentatus^ Petrometopon 

coronatus, Petrometo- 
pon 

Priacantb us 

cruentifer, Pisoodonopbis 

cmmenophtbalmus, 'I^acbnrops . . . 

Cryptacanthodes 

maoulatus 

Cryptacautbodidao 

Cryptopsaras 

couesii 

Cryptopterus 

Cryptotomus 

auropnnctatus 

beryllinus 

dentiens 

retractus 

rosens 

ustns 

Cryptotrema 

corallinnm 

cry soleucaSj Abramis 



Pago. 
318 
262 
510 
264 
265 
265 
265 
264 
264 
288 
402 
365 
332 
430 
487 
247 
337 
242 
478 
408 
375 
375 
224 
468 
302 
317 
461 
292 
421 
328 
470 
337 
292 
292 
292 
433 
261 
276 
299 
375 
387 
417 
402 
503 
478 
871 

371 
380 
274 
345 
477 
477 
477 
510 
510 
275 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
415 
469 
469 
251 




538 HEPORT OF COMMIBSrONEtt OF FISH AMI FWHEBIES. 
iHdtx to check-lilt of Xortk AtiirrituM fi*ltM^CaaHitu«A. 




cryeuleDcns boaci, Abramia .. 

crysos, Carans 

Crystallaria 

crystaliina, Thyrlnu 

CtSLogobins 

caliimnB, Stoli-phunis 

ftulienais, Hynnia 

cucqIiu. Trigia 

CiM US, Chasm Utes 

(^iiltrattii, Stotephorua 

OulTSri, Tracbiuotns 

oumberlandicnm, EtheuBtoina fla- 

bellare 

caniini:!!, Rvbopaia 

cnreiaa, Mugil 

CnriniBita 

inasdaleuu 

cartuB. StolepiioruB 

ouTieri, Centrapomna 

GaKteroBli'iis biapinoaoa. . . 

OnatbjpopR 

Telragouurua 

oazamilip, ScnrnH 

oyooellus, Apomotia 

cyaneiia, (.'hromin 

NotTopis comutaa 

ojaDocephaluH.lridio 

Notropianniliratilia 

cyanoguttatna, Hntos 

oyanojibrys, I'apnes 

oynnopa, Canlolatilua 

eyunoptema, Cy|>BiliiritB 

NeomiEiiia 

etoiigatUB 

Cycliththya 

Cyi'Io);auoidFa 

ojclolopia. Z&lj'pana 

Cyclupsetta 

rbitt«ni1eai 

(Imbriata 

CycloptoticbChya 

Cyclopteridip . 

CyclopterDidua 

gyriiio 

fuNipiia ., 
cyclopna. Liparia 

cV'olliuij'o.'..'..! 

Ii'ithvpbib 

.•,vIiiidrrirt..i-'.'Kn"iil'i',V 

r>|.r»lr"-t.>iL. 

(■.Viiii"i';.M8l'i' 



Cynoacion lelarchoa ...... ....... ■ 

tnaciloDAldi... ......... ■ 

mfcrolcpidaCiw ■ 

nebuloBtM ............. ■ 

nobUiM n 

p«tbati S 

obliqnuta* ■ 

otbonaptern* ■ 

pMTlpianis... ■ 

phOK(M»pli«lna ■ 

ptwdatorluv ■ 

reealla ■ 

MtieaUta* « ■ 

•qnualt'lnitt* ■ 

•tolimMinl ............ ■ 

UtalMBtniia M 

vlTMccna M 

lantbulos ... ....... M 

cfplio, XvtBUohea % 

Cyprlnellft ■ 

RyprinollA, Idtloboa % 

CyprliiidB SO,M 

CTprinodoit S! 

baiUyl a 

boviiiiw. ...... ....... X 

OBrpto ............ Il 

elMiuia ...... II 

eumin* .....> X 

fblloiKniw . . ...„. S 

IklitHcinttw I 

macnlftTina ....... '% 

Tariegatu* • 

rirereodl.. 1 

oyprinoidM, Lopbogobiaa ... | 

Cypnuua S 

can"" S 

cypriniia, Carpiodea X, 

Cypailurua X 

bahienafa X 

calUoniiciia x 

oallopterna J! 

cjanoptema ■ 

nircatuB X 

Eibbifrnna -..,,, JE 

eteruma J! 

linratua ,. XI 

Intkoui M 

xenDpti-rna 3S 

Daftylagnna w 

davlyl<iptcrn!i. llelicotcrias tx 

i iaciy lixiiopidic |«. 

Dni'IyluBciJima (rti 

InnuticiiB <<i: 

pectot-ulia 4*;i 

I'w.vi *fC 

tridi(!italu8 VZ 

^.^.t..a .._ t(A 

diirlyliians, Par^iliparia |-.- 



^(■ni 



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I 



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I'll!: 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMEHICAN FISHES. 



539 



Index to check-liat of Xorth American fishes — CoDtinned. 



Page. 

Dalliida> 308 

Damalichthys 404 

argyroBoraas 404 

clarwinii, Pimelometopon 412 

Dasy atida^ 223 

Dasyatis 223 

centnira 223 

diptenira 224 

^vnmiira 224 

Bastata 223 

loDga 224 

sabina 224 

say •- 224 

dasycephal us, Galeichthys 229 

Dasycottus 443 

setigor 443 

Dasyscopelus 301 

8piuo8ii3 301 

day idsoni^ Anisotrem ub 386 

DecactyluB 239 

docadactylus, Bery x 337 

decagoDus, Leptagonus 447 

decagrammas, Hexagrammos 434 

Dccapterus 345 

hypodus 345 

macarellus 345 

punctatus 345 

saDctat-helena) 345 

sconibriDus 345 

declivifrons, Abudofduf 410 

Decodou 412 

puellaris 412 

decoratua, EDtomacrodns 472 

deciirreDB, Plenronichthys 503 

dekayi, IsuruB 218 

delalaiidi, MalacocteDDS 468 

delicatissimus, Stolephorus 285 

deliciosa, Scia^na 399 

Delolepis 477 

virgatus 477 

delphinus, PantoBtens 238 

Deltistes 241 

laxatas 241 

dendritica^ Ancylopsetta 501 

(leunyi, Liparis 451 

deDtata, Stygicola 486 

deutatas, ApRilus 382 

GrammatostoDiias 304 

Paralichthys 500 

UpeneuB./. 339 

dentex, Brycon 267 

Odontoscion 396 

OsmeruB 295 

denticnlatus, GirardiuuB 317 

dentienH, Crypto torn as 415 

denudatum, Gonostoma 302 

deppii, Cichlasoma 406 

depressa, Fistularia 325 

Derepodichthy idte 481 

Dorepodichthys 481 

alepidotus 481 

Derichthyida) 268 

Derichthya 268 

serpentiuus 268 

dermatinus, Lycodapus 483 

Derraatolepis 373 

iuermis 373 



Dermatolepis ponctatas , 

DermatoBtethas 

detruBos, Giilichthys 

diapbana, Stemoptyx 

diaphanus, Fundnlns 

menoDa, FuDdnlaB. 

DiaphuB 

tbeta 

Diaptems 

diapterns, AmiiohthvB 

diapteruB, LycenchelyB 

Dibranchas 

atlanticns 

dioeraaB, CeratocottiiB , 

Dicrolene 

intronigra 

DioTomita 

agassizii 

difformiB, Carpiodes 

dileotum. Notosema 

dilectUB, Notropis 

dimidiata, M ycteroperca 

Dinematicbtbys 

yeDtrallB 

dinoceroB, CitbaricbtbyB 

Diodon 

balooantbns 

by Btr ix 

macalifer 

Diodontidce 

diomedeana, Bympbums 

diomedianuB, HoplunniB 

Dionda 

Diplectmm 

euryplectrum 

formoBum 

macropoma 

radiale 

sciarns 



DipleBion 

blennioideB 

Diplodas 

argenteas 

boibrooki 

BarguB 

diploproa, SebaBtodes 

Diplospondyli 

diplotsBnia, Harpe 

Tylosnvus 

diptenira, DaByatis 

dipns, Microdesmns 

diBcobohiB, Catostomus 

Discocepbali 

Discopyge 

ommata 

dispar, FaDduliis 

dispiluruB, Dnles • 

dispilus, Iridio 

diBBimiliSy Couesius 

Hy bopsis 

distinctam, Sparisoraa 

dodeca^dniB, Brac-byopsiB 

dolicbogaster, Rbody iiienicbtbyB . 

dolomiea, Micropterus 

domiDicensiB, Pcecilia 

Doratonotus 

mA^tabl&^\& 



Page. 
373 
326 
460 
306 
810 
310 
300 
SOO 
892 
868 
480 
511 
511 
439 
484 
484 
484 
484 
238 
501 
259 
874 
484 
484 
502 
427 
427 
427 
427 
426 
506 
271 
245 
877 
877 
877 
877 
877 
877 
861 
861 
890 
890 
890 
890 
430 
213 
412 
320 
224 
478 
239 
489 
222 
222 
312 
378 
413 
265 
263 
416 
446 
474 
356 
318 
414 



540 BEPOKT OF COMMISStONEH OF FISH AlTD FISHERIES. 



h<Uj: u> ehtck-li 



Donn!tttt«T 

iniMiiiUtni.. 
doniiitor, rbilfpaus.... 
DoruaomA 



peteneuae. 

DoruRumatida' 

durmilii 



Mii'Toapatb- 

oiDBrDun, MicrotpatLodoD 

Citttla 

OftleuB 

MiorospBlhodan 

Berlola 

Urabriuo 

VoniBr 

Doiyichtbyn 

Dorjrrhamphiia 

califomielisiR 

dovii, Aoalileps 

Anixitremas 

Aplfwhttilos 

ApogDU 

I.foodoDtm 

OpJatboptoniB 

PtEoili» 

(lawl, EuainoetoinuB 

TbttlttMMpbryue 

ilowii, SeleniMpiB 

Dor.lixnilon 

frpiuinviHiM 

i!rniMrii..iii(-lii.\ L. Hpiiii-Tibclus.. . . 



in fitht* — Conlinaetl. 



eoteoea. Careproctns 

Micrvpogoo 

edoDtalns, Cetengraniiu 

edwudai, StllbiaiMia 

effulgeiiB, ^tboprora 

Ilolootomn nigruin .. 

Larimiia 

e^lanleria, liaja 

«i;Diuiiti8, ALli« 

»grepD8. Ijeucisooe 

BETetta, PrioDotus 

eigeDmsani, Evarrs 

Rliulcola .: 

Sebaftndes 

Ki^nmaiiDia-..-^.^ ^-,-.. _,.. 

hniubDldti 

eiseni. Charaoodon 

ulaboratuB, LycodoDtis 

bipinnalatus 

Elanura 

forGcatk 

elnMoilou, IlippogloMoidea... 
fClawQina 

zonatum 

ElasaomatidiD 

elater, Zulisiitea 

ti:^!!!^^)))* 

arcbidinm 

elftttnra, Netmua 

elegans, Crprioodon 

Eth«..slonio 

Gibb'.08ia 

Gi]:i 

J'i.CllllI ...'.'".'.'.'.'. 

M.nliriri1,'ii>!;!."!! 



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CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



541 



Index to check-list of North 

Pace. 

emblematiciis, Zalypnus 459 

embrvuui, Blennicottus 444 

eiiibrvx, Gerres 392 

emiliji', ( )i)8op(L'()du6 250 

Emmeekia 413 

veunsta 413 

eiiimelniie, Avernincus 447 

emiiu'las, Lepophidium 482 

Emmelichthys 391 

vittatus 391 

Empetrichthys 314 

merriaiiii 314 

emphysetiis, Sciadeichthys 229 

euc.i'(>niu8, (iobius 457 

Enchelyct'phali 269 

Enchrlycorc* 276 

nigricans 276 

eiu'hrysnnis, Cliromis 409 

Enjjruulididai 284 

Eiigraulis 286 

iiiordax 286 

Eu^yophry 8 501 

saiicti-laurontii 501 

Enneacaiithua 354 

jj^loriosus 354 

obesua 354 

Enneanect es 467 

carminalis 467 

Eniu'istus 371 

Eiioj)hrv8 439 

bison 439 

claviger 439 

onscnadffi, Khiuoptera 225 

enaifera, Bairdiclla 397 

ensi turns, Ceiitropomua 370 

ensis. Gaidropsarus 496 

{^phyra*na 334 

Entomacrodus 471 

cbio8tictu8 471 

decoratus 472 

mar^aritaceiis 472 

nigricans 472 

entomelas, Sebastodes 429 

Entosphenas 212 

tridentatns 212 

Eopsetia 499 

jordani 499 

eos, Arbaciosa 493 

Chrosomus ery tbrogaster 244 

Pronotogrammus 379 

Sobastodes 431 

Eosebastes 430 

Epbippidiu 419 

Epigonus 368 

ocoidentalis 368 

Epiiiei)helua 372 

adsconaiouis 372 

aualogus 372 

drumniond-bavi 372 

flavolinibatna 372 

cnaza 372 

labrifomiia 372 

maculosua 372 

inorio 372 

uiystaciniis 372 

niveatua 372 

atriatus 372 



American fishes — Continued. 

Page. 

Epinnaia 341 

magiatralia 341 

epiacopi, Gambusia. « 316 

eplacopnm, Hyboguathua 245 

equatorialis, Chlopaia 272 

Raja 222 

Eques 402 

acnminatua 402 

nmbrosiia 402 

lanceolatns 402 

pnlcber 402 

punctatua 402 

viola 402 

eqaiaetis, Coryphusna 350 

erebennas, Ameiurus 233 

erethizoUi Ovoides 426 

eriarcba, Euryatole 332 

Ericosma 359 

Ericymba 260 

buccata 260 

ericymba, Stelliferna 398 

ErilepiB 435 

zonifer 435 

Erimyatax 263 

Erimy zon 241 

sucetta 241 

oblougua 241 

erinacea, Raja 221 

Erotelis 455 

Bmaragdns...'. 455 

erytbrffina, Heros . . 1 407 

Erythrinidffi 266 

ery tbrogaster, Chrosomns 244 

eos, Cbroaomus 244 

erytbrops, Gobieaox 492 

eaohricbti, Oneirodvs 510 

Eacolar 341 

violaceus 341 

Ealopsarnm 330 

bartoni 330 

jordani 330 

EsloBcopns 465 

eamarki, Lycodes > 479 

EaocidiB ..* 319 

eater, Cbiroatoma 330 

Etelis 383 

aqailonaria 383 

ocnlatua 383 

Etbeoatoma 362,366 

alabama) 366 

artesian 365 

aiiatrale 364 

blennina 363 

borealo 364 

caranram 363 

cinerenni 364 

oocraleum 365 

spectabile.. 365 

cragini 365 

elegana 363 

flabellare 366 

camlterland- 

icnm 366 

lineolatum . 366 

inacriptnm 363 

iowjL' 364 

jeaalu) 364 



542 BEPORT OF GOHUI8SIONBB OF FISH AND KlSmStZS. 

Index III clteck-litl of Xorih Antricati fittkt» — CoBtlnnciil. 



EthcostoDia iotdniii 

(»>'.": 

lo)>lUui[«njs.., 

lepiilun/. 

iDMorlnctDm.. 
nuoalntam — 

obeyeuM 

pugat 

pottaii 

pDnotalfttmn., 
raflIlDe«tam .. 

mpKstre 

Mg"t» 

■qnamlceps ... 
BwanniUKia — 
temellBtum ... 
thftlaaeiniun. . . 

tipp«CBI 
EODSle ... 

etheostoniA, Abomn 

Etmoptonia 

Etropria 

croaaotuB 

EltiiinouB 

Eii.uliii '"''"JSS". 

incoustaDB . . 

cny U}(a... 
]iyEni«'» - 

p:iic-inuBtouiiis 

califomieiiBM. . 

B"lft 

l]areD|;Dlne 

psendogula ... 

EnctenoKoliins 

EiirfclofTobina 

EagompbodaB 

eulepii. MicrojcoltiQ* 

Eulepiorhanphiu __. 

Eumpsojjrniatnna 

EiimiiTolriMiiua 

iirlii-i _. 

EDpoui.ueutnis _. 

Iirmlia..!"!! 

UavilutnH ... 
Hiivivcuter.. 

fiiffiifi 

IvHcorim 

H-llL-CJstlC'tUS. 

y^ "^ 



I Ml a 



linllirooki I 

pnltidoa 1 

purjopa, HMIiflapui... 3 

loeliw I 

Tyloaiiru* 1 

eiirj'oms. Enpotnoti* ] 

EiirypliurfUKidn '. 

oiiryplMttiitn, Ulplaotnun 1 

EurjBtola ; 

crittmlia '. 

enrysUminii, Ndtiopia ......... 

Ktuottnia ...a.. I 

oTUui. llfbogiMthiia nnohMlB*.... 

EvapriatU 1 

Evarni ! 

eiKenii)«nnl i 

EventuifnaUii 1 

evntjtlailol, Elnatoma .... 1 

0Teriiiiuuit, Boarna .. . 1 



Evermitulilik I 

loiigipinnM I 

EuaMriini..... . J 

evidea, GlbbonBiB ,. 4 

IladrupMrtu ] 

Plertolrwidhu* 1 

evioQthiM. tjuiuuilrdnua 1 

evolaoa. Priouulua .. .. t 

Evoplitea | 

Tirtdia ... .. | 

Evorlbodos 4 

hteTicepd 41 

Kyoijmetopoti S 






391 eKieana, Stolaphoma S 

4BT I oxile. l>i>ro!u>macapediMiuiii SI 

45!t exilicaudn, LBvinia M 

439 \ exilia, Boleichthya M 

218 I LvopBKtta ff 

*5i) ] SchllbeodM _ 23 

321 Tyjosurua 31 

321 exlmiua, Cfprinodan 31 

475 I Eiocii-tidiB 33 



I riiiipmnis x; 

j f-ppciiligur 32 

I viiicif;i>erne 3:2 

cx»ilii?nH, Kxcniatites 3:2 

cKtcnsiiH, Fuiiduliiit SI' 

I.ycoilapua 4k 

r-vdfiiixii.1Vli,htfivB 23 

fiil-r. eh:.. [mil pterin 4r 

fiibridi, C'eiitruatiyUiuiu 'il\ 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



643 



Index to check^lUi of North American JUheB — Continued. 



falcata, Agosia 

Mycteroperca , 

pheuax, Myctcroperca., 

Seriola 

falcatiiB, Trachinotus , 

falciformis, Carcliarhinus 

fario, 8almo 

fasciata, Swriola 

fasciatas, Achirus 

Auchenopteras 

Giton , 

Gobiesox 

Gobius 

Lariiiiiis 

Pholis 

Prionodes , 

faeciolaris, Notropis iimbratilis 

Syiuphunis 

favosus, BatbygaduB 

Hlennius 

fecnndus, Chasmistes 

Felichtbys 

bagre 

bahieiiHis 

eydouxii 

iilamentosus 

niarinus , 



panaraensis 

pinnimaculatas 

folicLimie, Cyprinodon 

felis, Galeicbtnys 

iVnestralis, Astrolytes 

fenestratuin, Cichiasoma 

ferox, Alepisaurus 

Bathysanrus 

Idiaoanthus 

Stomias 

ferru*j^iuoa, Limanda 

Fierasfer 

arenicola 

bermiidensis 

dnbins 

fierasfer, Ly codapus 

Fierasferida) 

filamentosus, Felichtbys 

Tarandichthys 

filicauda, Lionnrus 

tilifera; Chalinura 

fimbria, Anoplopoma 

fimbriata, Achirns 

Cyclopsetta 

fimbriatus, Icelinas 

fiscberiy Achirus 

Cbtetostomus 

fissuH, Tachysnrus 

Fistuiaria 

depressa 

petimba 

tabaoaria 

FistulariidsB 

fistulatnm, Siphostoma 

flabellare, Etheostoma 

cnmberlandicum, Ethe- 
ostoma 

lineolatum, Etheostoma 

flammeas, Leuciscas 

flava, Congermurtena 



Page. 

262 
375 
375 
344 
348 
216 
512 
344 
507 
469 
268 
492 
457 
396 
474 
377 
260 
508 
496 
470 
240 
228 
228 
228 
228 
228 
228 
22S 
228 
315 
228 
437 
405 
804 
297 
306 
304 
504 
483 
483 
484 
483 
488 
483 
228 
436 
496 
498 
435 
507 
502 
436 
507 
237 
231 
325 
325 
325 
325 
325 
326 
366 

366 
366 
249 
270 



Page. 

flavescens, Perca 357 

Priouodes S78 

Sciadcicbthys 230 

Sparisoma 416 

flavidus, Apodichtbys 473 

Aulorbynchus 325 

Sebastodes 428 

flavignttatum, Lytbrulon 385 

flavilatus, Enpomacentras 4 10 

flavipinnis, Ilisha 283 

flavi venter, Enpomacentrus 410 

flavolimbatus, Epinepbelas 372 

flavolineatum, Ha^mulon 384 

DavoiiiarginataB, Soarus 418 

dayuB, NotaruB 238 

RhinogobioB 458 

florro, Neoliparis 450 

floridse, Jordanella 815 

Siphostoma 827 

floridanns, Phycis 495 

floripinnis, FnnduloB 311 

Fodiator 822 

acutns 322 

fodiator, TylosuruB 820 

foBtens, SynoduB 297 

fonsecensis, Achirus 507 

fonticola, l^indulus 310 

Microperca 367 

fontinalis, Salveliniis 298 

agassizii, Salvelinus . . . , 298 

Fontinns 310 

forbesi, Orthopristis 887 

forcipatus, Batistes 422 

forficata, Elanura 488 

formofia, Mollienisia 818 

Uranidea 441 

formoenlnm, Canipostoma 243 

formosum, Diplectram 377 

formosas, Notropis 254 

Spheroides 426 

fragilis, Citharichthys 502 

francisci^ Gvropleurodus 213 

franklini, Uranidea 441 

freminvillei, Doydixodon 392 

Myliobatis 224 

freuatus, Brachy istius 408 

Sarritor 448 

Zaniolepis 485 

fretensis, Notropis -•- . 252 

fHedrichsthalii, Ileros 407 

frigidns, Ly codes 479 

Notropis 254 

frondoBum, Sparisoma 417 

frontalis, G astropsetta 501 

Notropis comutus 256 

fronto, Carcharhinns 216 

fucensis, Liparis 451 

Pollachius 493 

facornm, Blennius 470 

Xererpes 473 

fulgida, Meda 265 

fulvus, Bodianus 371 

punctatus, Bodianns 371 

ruber, Bodianus 371 

fulvus, Physiculus 494 

fumeus, Notropis 259 



REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP nSH AND FISBEUIEft. 

Imlex to ehei:k-li>l 0/ North AntgricaH fitXt* — Cootiniied. 



ftindnloldeB, Fnndnlna . . 
Fundnln* 

nlbolmeatnB.. 
nrliiigtomuB.. 
borniiidie 

CUtUDUtUS 

ehr.vBolas 

eiagulattu ... 
ODDBuoDtua .. 
diapbuwB 



diRpat 313 

axlenBDs .- 310 

Qoripiools 311 

fonticola 310 

ftinduluidn 311 

gooitei 312 

pnttatua 312 

Eenshalli 311 

betetocllluB 300 

Kiandis.... 30!) 

i«nkinal 311 

Ubfalia 310 

lima- 309 

iiueatus 311 

lueiu) 312 

lUacdDnaldi 311 

majalis 30e 

nutatUH 312 



dadidis .........I 

caUariM 

inaorMMpiialaa .-, >.. 

ague 

Qaidropiami .--. 

eniii 

reinlutrdti . 

iieTitaiitriuaAlia .. 

gaimardinuas. Hn|{U 

gairdneri, Halniu .-. 

beikrd«lc«i, SaIiho.. 

OtMCHDlU, g«IlDO .. 



ooellariH. .. 
pallidiis . . 

pu DC tut us. 

TRtbbuui . . 
robuatuH . . 

Tulinfrons 311 

•cartes 



s.:<ndlrii« 



kumloopi 
l-!ila|)a|{oruni, UmlintM.. 



galactnrua, VoUaw 



I 



3ia 

310 
309 

309 

an 

3()t) 
311 
310 



gaIt)]iI.iis,Gyuinooaiitbu«.. 

Tyluannii t 

OaUi ] 

Qaluiohlbja ] 

aBaimilia i 

aauMus .. i 

cterulMC«iia 1 

daajTcepbalUB. ........ ] 

reba 1 

gilbBrti a 

tfiiaI«oi*leu«i» S 

^ordaDi J 

entiKtDoaiw V 

loug>c«phallla Z 

peruTiaous :; 

phryglatua ? 

nigi«i).Die X 



312 
310 



Galeocerdo S. 

tigfinn* 21 

zakoideH, Olopbidiiini 41 

I Uali-nrhiaus 21 

lyapteiaa 2; 

[ GuloUB 2; 

I californicna 21 

I donnlia 21 

' Gambusia 31 

I affinta 31 



lUElu|>lFltr)l-- Itl 



iHrtiiii. rifmini 



jl iHrtliii, 



II 



11 



I 





CHECK-LIST OP NOBTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



545 



Index io check-list of North American flahea — Continned. 



Page. 

Garmannia soniinnda 458 

garnoti, Jridio 413 

Garnipa 373 

iiiin-ita 373 

Gasteropelecns 267 

luaculatns 267 

Ga8tero8tei(la> 324 

Gasterosteus 324 

aciileatns 324 

bispinosna 324 

atkiDsi ... 324 

cuvieri . . . 324 

catnphractns 324 

glacliunoulns 324 

williamsoni 325 

williamsoni micro- 

cephalns 325 

Gastropsetta ... * 501 

frontalis 501 

GawtroHtomus 279 

bairdii 279 

golatinosnm, Melano8tigma 481 

gclatiuoHiis, Careproctus 452 

golida, HybopsiB 263 

geminatus, Hyplenrochilus 470 

gemma, Hypoplcctrus 376 

gemmifer, Astronesthes 303 

LampanyctuH 299 

Gempylida? 341 

Gempyhis 342 

8eq)eu8 342 

generosua, Pantosteus 238 

gentilis, HypsobleDnios 470 

Gouvatrenins 388 

luteus 388 

Genyonemus 399 

lineatus 399 

Germo 340 

alalunga 340 

Gerres 391 

anreolns 392 

brasilianns 392 

brevimanuB 392 

erabryx 392 

lioeatna 392 

mexicannB 392 

olistbostoma 392 

pemvianoB 392 

plomieri 392 

rhombeuB.. 391 

GerridiB 391 

gibbiceps, HeroB 408 

SlbbifroDB, CypBilurns 323 

ibboDBia 467 

elegaoB 467 

evideB 467 

gibbofins, Enpomotis 356 

gibbBiiySalmomykiss 391 

gigaB, NematonuniB 498 

StereolepiB 370 

GUa 247 

eleganB 247 

robnsta 247 

seminuda 247 

gila, CatoBtomns 240 

gilberti, CitbarichthyB 503 

Galeichthys 229 

p, B. 96 35 



Page. 

gilberti, HypBoblenniuB 470 

IlypiinB 460 

Menidia 331 

Notropis 253 

PodotnecuB 447 

Salmo irideuB 292 

SohilbeodoB 234 

BebaBtodes 432 

Ulocentra 360 

Gilbertina 446 

sigoluteB 446 

GillelluB 464 

arenicola 464 

omataB 464 

semicinctus 464 

gilli, Avocettina 272 

MalacoctennB 467 

SynchiruB 445 

GilliohthyB 460 

detmsuB 460 

mirabiliB 460 

gillii, Ba880g|iga8 485 

CetomimuB 298 

LipogenyB 307 

NeobythiteB 485 

Poecilia 817 

BebaBtodeB 431 

Stephanoberyx 836 

GinglymoBtoma 214 

oirratom 214 

GinglymoBtomida) 214 

GirardiniohthyB 813 

innominatoB 313 

GirardlnuB 817 

oreoIuB 817 

denticulatuB 817 

metallicns 817 

pleuroBpiluB 817 

Girella 892 

nigricanB 892 

Giton 268 

fasciatos 268 

glaoialiB, Liopsetta 606 

gladiunonlnB, GaBterosteiiB 824 

gladiuB, Xiphiaa 343 

Glaridichthys 817 

latidenB 817 

nDinotattiB 817 

glanca, Prionace 215 

glaucofraBDum, GobinB 456 

glancoBtigma, RhinobattiB 220 

glaacDB, TrachiDotuB 848 

gleBne, Regalecus 490 

globioeps, Blen n icottus 444 

bryoBUB, BleuDicottnB . . 445 

glorioBUB, EnneacaD thuB 354 

GloBBamia 868 

pandioniB 868 

glatinoBa, Myxine 211 

GlyphiBodon 410 

GlyptooephaluB 606 

cynogloBBns 506 

zaohiroB 606 

Gnathanodon 847 

BpeoioBna 847 

gnathodoB, ScamB 4!*7 

GnathypopB 462 



546 KZPORT OF COKKISSIONER OF FISH AND FIBHERIES. 
/Miter t« i^kivk-lim of yarlh .imtriea»Jltlif»—t)ontlnuitA. 



(rnatbjrpopfl L'ltvlarl iG3 

inncropK 46>1 

maxlUMiifi 4(i3 

loyBtuiinua lliS 

rliomaluuB 463 

KOOpS 161' 



Oobinnwidn!.. 

GobiooK 

aduHlnR.. 



erytiirop*.. 
faaoiatiw... 
f QDebiiB . . . 



syrini 



mi 



IJIMMtn>litbslllllW ilTJ 

nigrfwinnU 491 

papil1ir«T 191 

piroilupfathHlianii IHl 

pnnolnWnK iVi 

thixl(»piln« <92 

nibigiiiosui 493 

-- - *91 



Gobildni '.'.'.'. 15i 

gobio. Gobiocliuua i6e 

Uoliiiiolinua W8 

gobio *88 

Gobioidei 154 

Gobiol'lM 161 

broiUMiuietil 461 

poruADtii 461 

j^obioidei, Hyptioometca 164 

iiobiotiellaH .,- 457 



■■■v. 

SodmOinnl, CichlniKima.. W 

S'lmcRil, Opbiflhtbui 979 

riomaplDQtru* Ttl 

hbpftnnti STl 

(iniiuKtoma 303 

brevidBiM 309 

denndntuin . . . 






ne 



atripiniila 

guudcl, Aklrovandiit SOT 

l'~nni]ulna 811 

nvtuutiDcephiilDa IM 

MylJobatii SH 

ParaluncbDrnB tOl 

Ptiliobtby* 178 

SebuBtudea VX 



TmebluDtiiB 

UTolophim 

f-nrbnapba. Oncorh.vni'haa 

Gurdiichtliyo 

im-lltua 
(;raciU>, Myctopbiim 

PertatLHlioii, 
fCraoiliB.AIdruvMidift 

GkiubuaiK 

M«iiidm 

berylliDH, Ueuidiu, 

PboUmeetas 




iubiu 



biwoi 

rrescentale 

niolMtnm 

maltifiuidatam.. 



fusriiitiis 4B7 

gnnitKiji 4^7 

i;lini™fnrn.iin 456 



gtfpllai, Opbidion 

KralUtar.BentfaoaMirns _ 

OramiiiA 

blrnmniatpna 

(nammiiUciia, Cbloriobtiiya 

GruminBUipleurnB 

lagooepbalna.. . 

GriLiniiintn«toiuilia 

dentatiis 

Grainmicolepidn- 

Gnunmieolepia 

brachiusciiluB 

grand i (^OMiB, Netanut 

grandiiHmiiH, Scorpo'im ■• 

gnindia, Fnndiilnalit-tprDclttilB 

g rand iaij nan lis, t-'peneita 

grandoculiitua, Centropomna 

UTBiidociilt, '^hiruatam^ . 

greeiii, Coiieaiua 

Neoliparia 

grHeoliiiiMitiim. ftiphiMtoiiia 

Krist'iim, Stixoati'dion raiiaiieiise . . 

''' "' ' iLxnn'X'im. v.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 






Croiiias 2X1 

Croii..vii,Nr>.iKMi« ai'.l 

(jrossiilriiH, Lvcentrrniilia 'DVi 

e" ■■!,.. A|.l».lM.,.ti,. M2 

Kiiiicniiiniii, INetidoacania 4ll4 

);uaia, (JuTaox..... S4T 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



547 



Index to ehwk'liet of North Jmerican /«Am— Continued. 



gaacharote, Hemiaaoistrni. 

gnatemideDsiB) Adinia 

Galeiohthys 

Rhamdia 

RcBboides . . 
Thyrina 



ITVLB uni- 



Gaavina .... 

guavina 

gaaviDa, Guavina 

gnaza, Epinephelus 

guicbenoti, Cayennia. . 

gnla, £uoino8tonins 

guIo8U8, Cathorops 

Chsenobryttus 

Cottus 

Microffobius 

gummigutta, Hypopleoti 
color 

SUDelliformis, Astemopteryx 
runnellops 

roseus 

gunnellns, Pbolis 

guntberi, Aspidopboroides 

HadropteruB 

Halosaurus 

HoplopagruB 

Lampanyctus 

XipbopboruB 

guttata, Scorpsena 

guttatus, AstroscopuB 

FunduluB 

NeomsBuis 

PercopaiB 

PromioroDB 

gnttavariusy Hypoplectrusunioolor 

guttifer, OpbiobtbuB 

guttulata, HypBopBetta 

gnzmauieDBiB, jPantoBteuB 
ymneleotriB 

Beminuda 

GymneliB 

viridis 

GymnooantbuB 

piBtilliger 

tricuspiB 

galeatuB 

GymnodonteB 

gymnogaster, Cotylopus 

GymnoDoti 

GymnotidtD 

Gymnoaarda 

alleterata 

pelainis 

gymnoBtetbuB, PrionotuB 

gymnura, DasyatiB 

gyrtkJiB, Querimana 
yrinicbtbyB 

minytremuB 

gyrinopB, Cyclopteroides 

gyrinuBy Gobiesox 

ScbilbeodeB 

GyropleuroduB 

franoiBoi 



Hadropterus 



quoyi 



aBpro 



Page. 

287 
313 
229 
235 
267 
332 
454 
454 
454 
372 
461 
891 
282 
354 
439 
459 

375 
474 
474 
474 
474 
449 
358 
306 
380 
299 
319 
433 
465 
312 
382 
329 
373 
375 
275 
504 
238 
455 
455 
481 
481 
444 
444 
444 
444 
425 
456 
268 
268 
340 
340 
340 
487 
224 
334 
453 
453 
450 
491 
234 
213 
213 
213 
858 
358 



Page. 

Hadrop terns evides. • 359 

guntberi 358 

maorocepbaluB 358 

maculatuB 858 

nigrofaBciatuB 359 

ouacbitas 358 

peltatuB 358 

pboxocepbaluB 358 

roanoka 358 

BcieruB 359 

serrnla 359 

HaBUiulidtB 384 

H»mulon 384 

album 384 

bouariense 384 

carbonarium 384 

flavoliueatum 88^t 

macrostoma 384 

melannriim 384 

parra 38^1 

plumieri 381 

BoiuruB 384 

Bondderi 38^1 

Bexfasciatum 381 

BteiDilacbueri 38-1 

bferes, Gobieaox 492 

Halieuttea 511 

spongioBa 511 

Halieutella 511 

lappa 511 

HalieuticbtbyB 511 

aouleatns 511 

Haliperoa 377 

balleri, Urolopbus 223 

Halo8anridH> . 306 

Halosaurus 306 

gnntberi 306 

oweni 306 

baplognatbus, Lepomis 356 

Haplomi 308 

Harengula 282 

barengulus, EucinostomiiH 391 

hareogus, Olupea 281 

Querimana 33'! 

barfordi,Ptycbocbeilu8 247 

Harpe 412 

diplota>nia 412 

eclancberi 412 

. pulcbella 412 

rufa 412 

barringtonensiB, Atberina 330 

Harriotta 22G 

raleigbana 226 

bastata, Dasyatis 223 

boBtatUB, GobiuB 458 

HauBtor 232 

bavaDnensis, Opbicbthus 275 

bayi, Hy bogfuatnus 245 

Heliases 409 

HelicolenuB 432 

dactylopteruB 432 

madoreuBiB 432 

Helioperca 356 

belleri, Cicblasoma 406 

Xipbophorus 819 

belolepis, Tracbyrbynobus 498 



518 KKI'ORT OF COMMISSIONER OV PIBH AND FBHEBIES. 
Mite to thtckliet nfSortk Ji<>ertoony:iiAcii-.C'ulitluu«d. 



llpmiuncUimH 337 

Bnpiilolnpi* 237 

gniwbttrole 237 

HMuinnthiita 3T8 

peruuniia 978 

vivanoa 878 

lUiaibriuicbii 924 

UouiivMaux 94l> 

luublyrbynchuB 345 

atriui&naB 31.^ 

furtbli 345 

louauruH 34G 

BeatindaH 316 

homiinrtDnit, GariuBnuia 4&8 

beiniefmiiuB. Argyrapelccua 30fi 

Uemilopiiliilaa 439 

hvmllonidotas 43S 

jordkni. 



lloniioilc 

Iltuuiruuphiilin 

HeairMnpLoB 

briwUtfliuia .. 
Ui 



I 



Uemitriptems 446 

omorioanna 44ii 

okvitVoiu 446 

Uemitrr^n 233 

liomphiUti, Stfttbmonotus 473 

lienlei, Ckrobarbitine 3tC 

lienlei, EbinatrikcU 316 

bcnsbnlll, t'nndulna 311 

b«iiahiiiri,8stitiom]rkiaa 291 

liepBtas, Toiithis 421 

HupUtreniiilic I'l 1 

hnrtninler, LftbriBonina i&i 

Hennmniii 3ya 






107 






bet«roe]itns, Fnniinlni 

buterocliliia grandlK, Kniiiluliu 

heleruUoo. Kutrupia 

Ueterotloutidai 

HetoTDgiiAtbi 

beteroIeitiH, PlngiiMDJon 

IJotetotni 

Hetortvwmata 

Heteroslicbn* 

roatratna 

beterutua, Cxpailnrua 

lIcxngTBiumiiliu 

HexugraniiiuM 

docngraminua... 

octognunmiui 

onliUBtu* 

bexftRrommuB, KexngMramiw-. 

HeXDOohlllir 

HcuucbuM 

corlmia 

gri««us 

Hesiummaticbtbya 

tuAiiB, Athlenoea 

Hilgenilorlia 

HinuuitolopbiiB 

^irnlnndiRna. . 
biniautopbarii8,CaUi onyniua . . 

Biudon 

bloattidea 

adfiiopa 

tergiana 

HlodontidiP 

HippDcinnpulip 

Hippocutupna 

biidsonina 

punctDlutdB 

otjlifer 

Kippocwpbalius 

japoniciiB 

llippngloaaiaa 

boUmnm 

niAcropa 

stomatA 

Ilippogloaaoirlea 

elnSBoilou 

IiippngJoi.adiiie.t, KeiubnriiliUB . 

inpp..KiQ-«.i, 

bi[>(K>(!loBaiLB 

Lipposl'-xsiifl, llii.pof;!'*-'!' - - . - 

Uii.pos. CiniLi^ 

l.ipi.,m,3,C.;ry|,Uirn:. 

M«piViV,«;Mm;ran<i"r-;;::;;: 

llistiol)raucbu>* 

l):.llivl.iin 

iulerTi:ilL« 

HistiucotHis 

l.il«bii« 

biatho, Gubiusomu 




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549 



Index to eheek-lUi of North American fishes — Continued. 



Page. 

histriOy Pterophryne 509 

Scorpiena 433 

Ulocentra 360 

HolacanthoB 420 

clarionensis 420 

passer 420 

tricolor 420 

holacanthna, Diodon 427 

bolbolli, Ceratias 510 

holbrooki, Diplodus 390 

Eupomotis 356 

Ophidion 482 

Holconoti 403 

Holconotus .-, 404 

rhodoterns 404 

hollardi, Hollardia 422 

HoUardia 422 

hollardi 422 

Holooentridffi 337 

Holocentrus 338 

ascensionis 338 

rufus 338 

brachyptems 338 

oorascus 338 

marianos 338 

oscnlas 338 

sancti-paali 338 

siccifer 338 

snborbitalis 338 

Texillarius 338 

Holoeephali 225 

hololepis, Zenion 418 

holomelas, Paraliparis 453 

Holorhinus 225 

Holostei 227 

hopkinsi, Hynnis 347 

Plagiogrammas 475 

Sebastodes 429 

hopliticnsy Paricelinus 435 

hoplomystaz, Sparisoma 416 

Hoplopagras 380 

guntheri 380 

Hoplostethns 336 

mediterranens 336 

Hoplnnnis 271 

diomedianus 271 

Bchmidtii 271 

horrenSi Prionotns 488 

bosposy Mngil 333 

boyi, Argyrosomns 289 

Uranidea 441 

Hudsoniiis 253 

hadsonins, amarns, Notropis 254 

Hippocampas 329 

Notropis 254 

sahidanus, Notropis 254 

selene, Notropis 254 

hnmboldtiy Eigenmannia 268 

Leaciscns 248 

Myctophnm 301 

hamboldtiannm, Chirostoma 330 

hnmeralis, Arbaciosa 492 

Chaetodon 419 

Paralabrax 376 

Sardinella 283 

hiimilis, Acanthocottas 442 

Lepomis 355 



Paga 

humilis, Pomadasis 387 

Tetragonopterus 267 

Hybognathus 245 

amarum 245 

ar^^rite 245 

episcopam 245 

hayi 245 

melanops 245 

nubilum 245 

nuchale 245 

evauHi 245 

plumbeum ." 245 

serenain 245 

Hybopsis 263 

aestivalis 263 

marconis 263 

alta 264 

amblops 264 

cumingii 263 

dissimilis 263 

felida 263 

yostouia 263 

bypsinota 26-i 

kentuckionsis 264 

labrosa 264 

meeki 263 

mouaca 263 

montana 263 

rubrifrons 264 

storeriana 264 

tetranema 263 

watanga 264 

Hydrolagus 226 

colliei 226 

Hydrophlox 257 

hydrophlox, Leuoiscas 248 

hygomiif Myctophnm 301 

Hymenocephalus 496 

cavernosns 496 

goodei 496 

Hynnis 347 

cnbensis 347 

hopkinsi 347 

hyostoma, Hybopsis 263 

hvpacantbns, Psednoblennins 472 

Uypentelium 240 

Hyperoartii 212 

Hyperotreti 211 

Hyperprosopou 403 

agassizii 404 

argentens 403 

Hyplenroohilns 470 

geminatus 470 

Hypoclydonia 868 

bella 368 

Hypocritichthvs 403 

analis 403 

hypodnsy Deoaptems 345 

Hypohomns 359 

anrantiacus 359 

cymatota^nia 359 

niangufl) 359 

Bpilotas 359 

Bqnamatns 959 

Hypomesns 295 

olidns 295 

pretioens 



riSO REPOUT or COMMISSIONKH OF PISH AND FISHERIK8. 
Imirr lo rluvt-tiiil nf Xnrl/i ^nirrKwn/iaA**— Contlmieil. 



Lvpopld^to. Itotlilmnella 

li^poplMtritn 

Benimit 

Mmpninia 

unioiflor 

ikbemuu ... 

DCcaiiaiiB ... 

BWni> 

1>oviuiu 

olilunirns . . 

crocotu . . . 

gmnmiKHttH 

CUItftVKrln* 

iilgnukna. .. 
plnnlvaiina 

vitulinna--- 

njpaprion 

l>reriro«trlii 

HilCQfttllH 

livpoplhslmuH. Calborops 

Hy)>urhiiiupli<is 

rob«rli 

DnifuM-latiiB 

livpaHtomns, Aoilon 

Hj'pjM^nnns 

II II sdn corn is 

liypwlopWrnii, Notropis 

bypMliiru. KUam^ia 

UypsicomeiM 

gobloidns 

IlypKlfarIn 

L,vl.«ll1»U. Hy1.o[.8ia 

llyjwiljleiiniiis 

^Wlmtti -'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.". 

iontU^us 

piinctatnB 

Hcrututor 

n>|'«opsptta 

giittalut a 

Hypnypopa 

TuliitnDdiis 

llj^pfiitnitt 

nysL-rcriiriiiis -!;;.''!!?."".'!'."! 

]■• lim 

/^^ ''"»''*■''•■■■■■■'■' 



loichthjii 

luchinfrtoal 

Lsistik, Bai rdk'lU 

loooUildiu 

IfotiUas .. 

wnl jtmotJi^ua 

iutalupa, Cottiin . 

lotalnraB 

fnrcfttita 

meridioualla 

Ii'tiulinB 

bnliuliiB 

cfprioelU 

■doridionidia 

IdiucantliidiB 

IdiiB idns 

idnR.Idii8 

Ilisha 

blwkeiiana 

flavipioniB 

forthii 

illerebrMns, Notmpla 

eteliifenia 

Ilyoplildtf' 

llyophia 

brunneuB 

imbetbia, Apo^on 

imiceps, nphioscioo 

imniaciiialua, l.iiciaa mssqaiDiiDKy 

[moatonia 

luperalor, Tetrapiurua 

■DclliB, Magll 

sor, Kjphoana 

incouatans, Envalia 

oayngn, Edcalln- 

Sjgmiva, KociUia 
B. OUipbidiuDi 

indigo, ftypoplectrna uni color 

luermiB, Ah pi dopb oroides 

J •(■nnatolopin 

Rnbimliia 

K<'<irp:l'll:l 

■nliins, Avofnttiiiii 

.iir.Tiii»li«, llisli*..bramYi.ia'.'.^!"!;! 

nillr s, \.>v:iciili<'l>llij'M 

iiit;.;ii^. I IipporamptiB 

iiinndii-'orpiis 

Idioiiii 

iiuips, .Vilteiiiiiiriiis 

llui[i-ctl:l 

i«.b.vrn 

iii.>rii-i(n'(..Miirol.VMii''iti'i"- '.!.'! -i-! 
Ps,.iic1,.jiili« 

in»ciivU\ai, EtliiMatOtua 




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551 



litdex to eheck'liat of North American fiahea — Continued. 



Page. 

inscriptoBy AchiroB 506 

insculpta, Netuma 231 

inscnlptQB, Lnciocharax 268 

iDsigniSyCatostomns 240 

Bchilbeodes 234 

insolatns, ChromiB 409 

inBolaram, Atherinops 333 

MuraBDa 278 

Netuma 231 

integrlpmniB, Auchenopterns 469 

intermediam, CicblaBoma 405 

intermedinB, LeuciBCQB 248 

BadiB 305 

SynodoB 296 

intermpta, Morono 370 

intermptuB, AniBotremus 386 

Archoplites 354 

inteTBtitialiB, Mycteronerca 374 

intertinctns, MyBtriopniB 276 

introni^a, Dicrolene 484 

loa 362 

vigil 362 

Yitrea 362 

iodocns, AogelicbthyB 421 

loglosBOB 454 

calliuruB 454 

ion thaB, Cerdale 478 

Hypsoblennius 470 

ioBy Clevelandia 460 

loticbthys 249 

iowae, Etbeoatoma 364 

IpnopidsB 298 

Ipnops 298 

murrayi 298 

irideaSj Salmo 292 

aqaa-bonita, Salmo 292 

gilberti, Balmo 292 

masoni, Salmo 292 

sbaBta, Salmo 292 

stonei, Salmo 292 

Iridio 412 

bivittatuB 413 

candalis 413 

cyanocepbaluB 413 

dlBpilus 413 

tarnoti 413 

irschii 413 

macnlipinna 413 

nicholsi 412 

pictus 413 

poeyi 413 

rad iatns 412 

sellifer 412 

Bemicinctns 413 

irregularis, Tberaps 408 

irretituS) Gfordiichthys 271 

isabelita, Angelichthys 420 

loaciella 388 

brevipinnis 388 

iscbanus, Stolephorus 285 

iBcbyra, Inopsetta 504 

iscby rus, ApomotiB 355 

isodon, Apnouodon 217 

Isogomphodon 216 

isolepis, Isopsetta 504 

iBopistbuB 393 

remifer - 393 



Page. 

iBOpistbuBparvipinnis 394 

Isopsetta 504 

isolepis 504 

IsoBpond^li 279 

iBtbmensis, Rivulus 313 

IstiopboridaB 343 

Istiopborus 343 

nigricans 343 

Isuropsis 218 

Isurus 218 

dekavi 218 

ozyrbyucnus 218 

jacksoni, Embiotoca 401 

jacobus, Myripristis 337 

jamaicensis, Cynoscion 394 

Urolopbus 223 

jaok, Acanthocottns 442 

japonicus, Arctoscopus 46-1 

Hippocepbalus 446 

jarrovii, Lepidomeda 265 

jejunus, Notropis 258 

jenkinsiy Cbasmodes 471 

Fundulus 311 

Synodus 297 

Jenkinsia 281 

acuminata 281 

lamprotsenia 281 

stolifera 281 

JessisD, Etbeostoma 364 

Xenocys 383 

Xyrula 414 

jocu, Neomfenis 381 

jonesi, Mollienisla 318 

Sipbostoma 327 

Jordanella ....". 315 

floridae 315 

Jordan!, Caulopbryne 511 

Eopsetta 499 

Eslopsarnm 330 

Etbeostoma SQ^i 

Galeicbtb vs 229 

Hemilepidotus 439 

Myoteroperca 374 

Neoma5nis 381 

Pantostens 239 

Ronquilus 463 

Sebastodes 428 

Jordania 435 

zonope 435 

Joturus 334 

pichardi 334 

juiiiv, Etbeostoma 365 

Julidio 413 

adustuR 413 

notospilus 413 

kamloops, Salmo ^airdneri 292 

kanawba, Notropis 253 

Katbetostoma 465 

albigutta 466 

averruncus 465 

kanpi, Lotella 494 

kendalli, Verma 273 

kennedy i, Tracbinotus 348 

kennicotti, Coregonus 288 

Kenoza 308 

kentuokiensis, Hy bopsis 264 

kesBleri, Netuma 231 




lie*. 

Iftlondi, Seriol» an 

l»mj«i, CaruharbiQQe lllfi 

Ikoiiclla, C»rcharhinUB . . . 



216 

... tw 

comabica 2IS 

LanDJiIni '2Vt 

LlllD)IH(l0D» 209 

Rp«oali);Hra 2!'9 

LampaoyctuB 21*9 

alatus 3M) 

oracodiliis 299 

gBiiunller 399 

- Tithori 299 j 



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552 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHBBIBB. 



Index Ur check-lilt o/ Xarlh A 

ki'tit, ODcorhynchna 290 

KirUiindia 331 

laciuiat:! 331 

ia:LrIuiii-K 331 

vaj^ana 331 

kireohii, Iridio il3 

kiaDU'b, OncorlijncUuB 290 

kilt, BlicTMMiiiui 506 

klDiixlngeri, Achinu CiOT 

Knblia 357 

argu 

KuUliidn 357 

kundionii, Unmidea 441 

Kyuhwidw 393 

KypUoBQB 393 

unali.KUB 39;i 

elegane 393 

inrlMir 393 

Iiit.«c8Dii 393 

secUitru 393 

Ubinlis. FundaliiB 310 

luLiuluH, Catosl-iimiB 239 

Uerwi JOT 

Lnbkhthyi 372 

MrlnatuB 372 

olimgatiu 372 

Lobide-thwi 332 

MconluB 332 

IkbrMlorioiia, L'oreKoniu.... 389 

OuooootttiB 443 

Labndn 411 

labrifonnis. Epinopliplt.s 372 

LabriwjmUB -HW 

buccif-Tus . _ 4Ca 

lieruiiuier 4(W 

inicrul<spidotua 46H 

Ducbipmnia 468 

Ubrfl«a,Hybopal»".!!l"'.'..'!]"..'I!" 2ftl 

lacera, Lagoobila 243 

IscertH, Liiii|iaDyctu8 299 

lacHrtinoa, t^jnodnB 296 

lacerloBua, SotropiB 257 

LacbnolaimaB 411 

maximiie 411 

l^ii.'i<i>HU. Kirllandis S:u 

Lattopliri n 421 

ln.:.\mr...V.',"'.y/.'S. 425 

trifuiiiifl 421 

lni]ii<-U-c 42-1 

lai'iisina, Algaosuii 244 

Ami^iiinis 23a 

Lli-UiPDi'lua — 495 

biLTlialuliiDi I9r> 

l^'vipiliis, I.:i(;o.-.'pli:i]us iJT. 

Ii.vis, li:i,a 2L'l 

La|{ui'e]>bulUB 4J5 

■■'■viRati'^ -t-'S 

p.-.,l,ynTh:il.ii. 425 

lii(;<.i-ppb:iliis. (iniiiiiti4H.pl.'iirris .. 4;ir. 

L:if;r..bll;i 2i;! 

liiceni 2i;i 

Lag<»l.;i :iOO 

rLombiiidi-8 '■'-W 



299 
299 

213 
213 



Bpadicea S13 

wilderi 312 

larapotnefuruiis, L«pU>bleDniiia... Ht 

Idmipridiu SSd 

l.ampria 33A 

lona S30 

laraprotii^iiiD. .Irnkinaia 281 

IfuupriiruH, IlypoplBCtnia JHi 

lant^eoliitum, ItrantiliioHtoma 211 

l&iicoolutiui, Eqiica 409 

- LoQchiiirua 401 

SteUiferna 3M 

lappa, Halieutalla -... &1I j 

Larimna M' 

acclivU 3m 

argtinU'iia »;16 

breviceps ItBfi 

effulKoiia S9« 

roBoiatuB 'A96 

paeilUuB 396 

Latebran 3e» 

lateralis, AIvbtIds 366 

ArtediuB *37 

(.'baracodoD 314 

Pbilypniia 4M 

TsDlotoca 4<H 

latiranda, Rhamdia 235 

laticepg, AtliariDit 330 



IntiolariiiB, Xeaii mih . . 
latiilenB, (ilatiilicLttiyi 
latifuscLalrUB, ('yprmix 
lutilroDS, Anarl'ilctiHn. 



485 
443 




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553 



Iiulex to ehwik'lUi of North American fiahe9 — Continaed. 



LeiostomuB 



Page. 

399 

zantharuB S99 

lentiginoBa, MarsBDa 278 

lentif^nosnin, Ciohlasoma 406 

lentiginoeus, Galeichtbys 228 

Rhinobatus 220 

leopardin ob, Platophry b 505 

Lepibenia 370 

Lepidion 494 

verecnndum 494 

lepidogenys, EtbeoBtoma 365 

LepidogobiuB 460 

lepidas 460 

Lepidomeda 265 

jarrovii 265 

vittata 265 

LepidopidflB 342 

Lep idopBetta 504 

biliueata 504 

Lepidopas 342 

caadatuB 342 

lepidum, EtheoBtoma 365 

lepidus, Lepidogobias 460 

LepisosteidfiB 227 

LepisoeteuB 227 

OBBeuB 227 

platostomus 227 

triBtcDchuB 227 

tropicoB 227 

Lepomis 355 

anrituB 355 

solis ^ 355 

garmani * 355 

naploipathaB 356 

hamiliB 355 

macrocbirus 356 

megalotis 355 

miuiatas 355 

palliduB 356 

Lepophiaiom 481 

brevibarbe 482 

cervinum 482 

emmelas 482 

marmoratum 481 

microlepis 482 

pardale 482 

profundoram 482 

prorateB 482 

stiffmatiBtiam 482 

leptacantbus, Scbilbeodes 234 

Leptagonus 447 

deoagonus 447 

Leptoblennins 476 

lampetraBformis . . . 476 

uubilus 476 

serpen tinas 476 

Leptocavdii 211 

Leptocephalida3 270 

Leptocepbalas 270 

caudilimbatiiB 270 

conger 270 

Leptoclinns 476 

maonlatus 476 

Leptoconger 271 

perlonguB 271 

LeptocottOB 444 

armatus 444 



ra«r<>. 

Leptops 238 

olivaris 233 

leptorbynchum, Sipbostoma 326 

leptorhynchas. Sarritor 448 

leptnruB, Anarn icbas 477 

Tricbiurus 342 

lesaeurii, Moxostoma 242 

LetbarcboB 274 

yeliler 274 

leibopristis, Ortbopristis 388 

letbostigma, Paralicbthys 500 

LetbotremuB 450 

muticus 450 

vinolentus 450 

lenciodns, Notropis 258 

Lenciscns 247 

alicisD 248 

balteatuB 249 

bicolor 248 

conformis 248 

cooperi 248 

crasBicauda 247 

effregius 248 

elongatuB 249 

flamnieas 249 

bumboldtl 248 

bydrophlox 248 

intermediuB 248 

lineatuB 248 

margarita 249 

milneriauuB 249 

nacbtriebi 249 

neogsBus 249 

niger 248 

nigrescenB 248 

orcutti 249 

pblegetbontiB 249 

parpnrens 248 

vandoisulus 249 

lenciBcnB, BracbydenteniB 386 

leucopsarnm, Nannobracbinm 300 

leucorbyncbas, Rbinobatus 220 

lencorusy £ upomacentr us 409 

Leacos 250 

LeacoBomuB 246 

lencosteoB, Calamns 389 

lencostictuB, Enpomacentras 410 

lencaras, Hemicaranx 346 

LemeBtbes 332 

crameri 332 

tennlB 332 

LenrogloBBUB 295 

stilbius 295 

levenenBis, Salmo trutta 512 

levis, Sebastodes 431 

lewisi, Salmo myki&s 291 

libertatis, Opistbouema 283 

Lile 283 

lima, Fandnlns 309 

Loricaria 236 

Limanda 504 

aspera 504 

beani 504 

ferruginea 504 

proboBcidea 504 

limbatUB, CarcbarbinuB 216 

limi, Umbra 306 



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554 REPORT OF C0HUIB8I0NBU OF FISH AKD FISHERIES. 




fwter (o ohtok-lM of Hw-tk A 



Un«»tnH, Aphirns 

CypBilorna 

DoryrLunpliiu 

Fnndnliu 

GDUfooemus 

PhtlieiriohthjB 

Roccim 

lineolutDiu. EtfaeMlaoift flftbellacs. 
Linophtfue 

LioMtaa 

miilTa;i 

LiogloBuaa 

tetrophtbalnius 

liolepia. Lionnnu 

XfDtieurys 

LianuruB 

fihcauda 

Liopcroa 

Liopropoma ■ 

abetraos 

Liopaetta 

(tlaciklia 

pntnami 

lioTlu, CliiismiiiteB 

Liporididw 

lipnriDtt. Amitra 

agBBBlzU 

cyclopns 

cycloatigma 

deniiji 

fntunsiH 

Hli^or ".".".""."""".'".■.'.■■." 
palchelliis 

Ilnuia, Liparis 

LiparopH 

Btelleri 

Lipogenftdio 

LipogeiiVB 

niiui 

Lipopnnra 

liropiu, Tai'tajraaruH 

llniB, NotropJB 

littotulia,CBrfharia« 

Jletififirrhua 

lobatiw. Spheroidos 

loLwhiluB. lieros 

LubotcB 

HuriDulDeiisis 

Loliotidw 

1uckini;t<>nl, Icivhlb.vs 

iaiKtoiutns 

LoiirliupiBlhuH 

DlilTUt^liklllUB 

htiTum, OpixtliugDuthiiB 

lout'a, Dosyfttis 

loogicaad:!, l^iUiihi 

""" ;ic«p1ialiiB. fialeii htbys 

iddiu^ Caulolcpia 



r n ^a Am — Can liuued. 



longiljliit, BathygodtiB 

loDgliuauuB, Butuonomk 

CioltloMiiiia 

longipeB, BatbypUrole 

longipinoiB, KveruiaimiA 

loDgirustriB, yotTOpis 

lon^spatba, PiiriBtedion 

lun^iB^iDiB, ronlinne 

1on|[0'><>i i^ooliodou 

Lopbiidiu 

Lophiomus 

pisMklorlita 

Lopbobranohii 

ItopLugobina 

oyprittoidM 

Lopboiatilna 

chamtxleontiMpe . . 

Lophopaetta 

loreto, t-lramma 

LiOricariidut 

Iioricuia 

brauBforili 

Uma 

pauanieDBiB 

roBtrata 

luaanulba 

Tariegala 

Irf)rieBti 

loiito, SpftrUoma 

Lou!"!!! !".".'.' "".".*.^^!"* "I 

mkcalowt 

Ijitella 

neniatopiiB 

riwtrellij^er 

lontBionu', SipboBtumn 

lowii, OmoBiidu. 

lowfi, Polymiiia 

loiioB, Prionutus 

Lucaoia 

P 

lucBBanns. C'liloni-bthya . . 
liicayannni. AByiumetrou . 

lnci«-, FniidnluB 

lui'idu, .I'Uliupror:! 

hiciduH, ArK.vro'oiiiiii) — 

Stoleplium-i 

Iiioifer. Liuupbryiie 

Luciriiga 

BubUTTUUfU 

I.llciill.T 

].ncii)bIeDiiiiiB 

nlepidutiiH, 
ImiiiccpB, Sy nodus 

inB<:ulptilH... 

liiciiipcicanuN. rrionodeB . 

niaaiviUiomsy 



CHECKLIST OF NOBTH AMEKICAN FISHES. 



555 



Ind^ to ckeek'U»i 9f North i^flMHcoii >!•&«•— ContiBned. 



Lncias masqninongy immaealAtiu. 309 

ohienais 309 

reticniatas 308 

vermicalatiM 308 

liicias, Lacius 308 

Ptychocheilus 247 

liicretiaB, Aboma 459 

ladibundnSy Notropis 2S6 

lagabriB, Caranx 346 

Malacoctenos 407 

Plectromaa 337 

laitpoldi, Characodon 314 

LumpenuB 476 

angaillariA 476 

InnipenuB 476 

mackayi 476 

InmpenoB, Lompenas 476 

lumpas, Cycloptems 449 

Inna, Lampris 360 

lunaticus, Dactvloacopas 465 

lanatus, PlatophrvB 505 

RhiDichthys atronasuB . . . 261 

laniscntis, Selenaspis 230 

lanulatasy Mastelas 214 

lapns, Ameianis 232 

Anarhichas 477 

lateoYinctam, EtheoBtoma 365 

Int^cens, KyphoHQB 393 

InteiiB, Genyatremas 388 

LntianidiB 380 

latipioniB, Notropis 257 

Opisthoptems 284 

Int I anoideB, NeomiBnis 381 

latkeni, Cypsilams 323 

liitrensis, NotropiB 254 

laxatns, DeltiBteB 241 

Laxilinns 250 

ocoidentalis 250 

Lnxilus 256 

Ly cenchelys 479 

diapteras 480 

paxillus 480 

porifer 480 

verrillii 479 

Lycengraulis 286 

^ossidens 286 

Lyciehthys 477 

Lycocara 481 

parrii 481 

Lycodalepis 480 

mucosuB 480 

polaris 480 

turneri 480 

Ly codapodidm 483 

Lycodapns 483 

dorniatiDaB 483 

extensns 483 

fierasfer 483 

parvicopB 483 

Lycodes 479 

brevipes 479 

coccineuB 479 

esmarki 479 

frigidos 479 

nebaloBUB 479 

paleariB 479 

perBpioillom 479 



Page. 

Lycodes reticnlatoB 479 

Beminadas 479 

vahU 479 

zoaroboB 479 

LycodontiB 277 

castaneas 377 

chlevaBtes 278 

consperBUB 277 

doTii 277 

elaboratas 278 

fnnebris 277 

miliaria 277 

mordax 277 

moringa 277 

ooellatas 278 

uigromargi- 

iiatus 278 

saxicola 278 

obscnratnB 278 

polygoniiis 277 

Bancta)-helen» 277 

verriUi 277 

vicinns 277 

YiresceiiB 277 

Lycodonus 480 

mirabilis 480 

Lycodopsis 478 

craasilabris 478 

crotalinas 478 

pacificoB 478 

LyooDema 480 

barbatam 480 

Lyconectes 477 

aleutensiB 477 

Lyoliparis 451 

Lyomeri 279 

Lyopomi 806 

Ly opsetta 499 

exilis 499 

lyricus, Qobius .• 457 

Lythralon 885 

flaviguttatom 885 

opalescens 885 

Lytbrnrns 259 

lythruroSy Notropis umbrattlis 260 

LytbrypnoB 458 

macarellas, Deoap terns 845 

macclellandii. BregmaoeroB 498 

macdonaldi, Cono<ara 287 

CynoBoion 805 

FunduluB 811 

Nannobraohiam 200 

Notropis 257 

FenopuB 485 

Salmo mykisB 291 

* SebastodeB 429 

Maodonaldia 807 

challenger! 807 

rostrata 807 

macellns, Prionistius 438 

mackayi, Lnmpenns 476 

Sipbostoma 826 

mackenzii, Stenodns 290 

maclnra, Pteroplatea 224 

macouniy CbanliodnB 303 

maoracanthnm, Cioblasoma 405 

macraoaatbiu, FomadaBis 387 



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556 llEPORT OP COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISHEBtBB. 
Index lo c^cck-tUt ef North JmerieanJMiei — Continned, 



s 



macruoeplialiui. Gniln* I!i4 

H&<<rupt«nis 358 

Mnlerp»a - 46M 

mocrMilieiln*, Cntostoiniie 210 

Dikt'rucbir, AMrovandln XM 

macrocbinie, Lepoiuia 3^S 

HooriMlon 26G 

mictolepia 206 

ni»orOKD>tbnm,OpiBthogiiatliiiB.- . 462 

mttcrulepidotii,ADclioTla 286 

nikcrolepidotum, Hoioetoma 212 

macrolepidotiiH, PogoDichtliys 247 

maorolapbi, PoatinnM 433 

aiarruueniiis, Nemiplerua 383 

inucrophthxlinii, SatdiDoUb 2^2 

iua(;ruplitbalmiu,Aprion 383 

CJ<.bi.-iior 4UM 

luarnipomD. RnllmaDnia _ 439 

Diplectriim 377 

mamips, BathyKaUue 497 

CithiMicli'thyB 503 

CorvnU 398 

GDatbypofM 463 

HippogloHHina 500 

OpUtbupturus 284 

iiiacropt«Ta, Conocara- 287 

in&vropt«ruB, Centntrcbus ^3 

inacropiu, MaImmoMiidb 467 

M«[:rorhau)pbosidtp 326 

MacrorbampbOBnfl 326 

scolupkz 326 

MacrostoiiiA 298 

HDgaatideQB 299 

c-iiBluncijiu 299 

raudiBpiuotnra 299 

iiinrKaritirsruai 299 

qilercliimn 298 

marrmtoDiK. Hn^miiloD 384 

NotrnplB ^5 

497 

Hcrolopis .- 497 

Ijainii 497 

berKlas 497 

rinarenB 497 

8t«laidolepiB 497 

MioronoarreB 478 

marnirn. Cod germ lire ii» 270 

Macruridif 496 

nmriilarins, Cyprinodon 314 

iiJUGitlatifepH, lloleDBnoiii Dtgnilii-. 361 

iiiAFiiIntiil'aBcititiia. raralalirux 376 

marnl^it'ini, Ktbcuntoaia 361 

raacuJatus, Apos'm 3ti7 

Aiii.>Ht..miis ;«r. 

ItorliiiH r.01 

loiilbidcriiiiB iZl 

Cryplai'iiiilbodcs 477 



mooalatuB, ScomberoiDorDa 

Spheroidaa 

inncnUranda, Orthostoioliiia 

maciilifor, Diodou 

PlatophryH 

uiacnlipionn, Iridio 

macnlipinnla, Fleroa 

macoIiiBa, I-ota 

TbalaBBopbryno 

macnlusuB, Epioepbalaa , 

ufiKOcottnB - . 

PiniepfaaleB prnmeliia .. 

mculeiTeiiBiH, CenUiacotiolu* 

iiiaderenBifl, Hellcoluiina 

lun-aaUriciiB, CanlaTi:1iiii 

MlPTIJdie 

magdaloDiP, Cnrimata 

magiBtriiliB, Epiaoala 

iQaKQloculiH, OpbiFhlbaa 

luuhogoui, neomu-Dis 

lUajaliB, FDadiilna 

nii^iur, LiptrlB.. 

MftlarsnthidH' 

Malavaulhaa . 



Ualaoocepbal 



peoloralia 197 



HalaoocoitiiB tti 

MalococteDtu.. 



bi)^ttatn8 

biuiacnlatUB,. 
detiklandi 



Killi . 

iDgDl 



iiiftcri'piw.,, 
ocellatna ... 

vp raj Pol or .. 

malieeT, 6el>BBtodes 

Malloloa 

oalma, .SalvelinnR 

maDagtieiiHU, Hctoh 

Diaiiaf;"BD^i"< Rbamdia . . . 
mHDatiiius, Barulhrodcmii.H 

ManijalJas 

Bliiifeldli 

iNsn(:li<'Olri.(i<il.iiM.../.-l 



iiiarHlili. rrati'i'tiis 

iiiHrtniiiH. llyliopsUn'Rl 
iiiiirgarila. KcbiuNtniiia . 



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557 



Index to okeok-liai of North American fiskes^Continnod, 



Page. 

margiDatos, Broemopbyoia 484 

Caranx 346 

Neobytbites 485 

Sympburas 507 

marianoB, Holocentros 338 

mariQuSy Felicbtbys 278 

Petromyzon 212 

Sebastes 428 

Tylcwurus 320 

anicolor, Petromyzon 212 

marmorata» Pt«roplatea 224 

Ulca 445 

mariuoratam, Lepopbidiam 481 

mannoratuB, Ameiams nebnlosus . . 233 

Aacbenopteros 469 

Rivalus 313 

ScorpaBoicbtbys 430 

Spberoides 425 

Symbranobas 268 

marmorea, Babala 276 

marmoreaa, Bleanias 470 

Hanipobrancbii 211 

marstonif Salvelinns oquaasa 293 

martsB, Cyprinodon 315 

martinica, Kirtlandia 331 

Spicara 390 

martinicenais, MeQtioirrb as 400 

Novacnliobtbys 415 

Ooyantbias 379 

martiuiotui, Upeneas 339 

Mascalon^i^Da 309 

mascbalesDllofl^ Sparisoma 4 17 

maaoni, Salmo iriaeus 292 

maaqainongy, Laoins 309 

immaoalatii8y Laciua 309 

obienais, Lucias 309 

Maaticara 223 

matatioos, Notropia umbratilia 260 

Maarolicidifi 302 

Maarolicna 302 

pennanti 302 

maxillaria, Lotella 494 

Pbolia 474 

maxillingaa, Exogloasom 265 

inaxillo8aa.Giiathypop8 *. 463 

maximasy Cetorhinus 218 

Laobnolaimos 411 

Maynea 480 

brannea 480 

pasilla 480 

stigma 480 

mazatlana, Seriola 344 

mazatlanos, Acbirus 507 

meany i, Ruacarius 437 

Meda 265 

fulgida 265 

Medialuna 393 

califoruiensis 393 

mediocris, Pomolobus 281 

mediroatris, Acipenser 226 

mediterraDeas, Hoplostetbus 336 

mediaa, ADisarcbua* 476 

Calamiis 389 

Rhombua 351 

medasicola, Caranx 346 

medusophagus, Scbedopbilaa 352 

meeki, Hybopais 263 



Page. 

megalepia, Doratonotas 414 

megalopa, M icropogon 400 

Op8op<»odua 250 

megalotia, Lepomis 355 

melampygua, Caranx 347 

Melanogrammas 494 

ieglifinus 494 

melanopogon, Cicblaaoma 406 

melanopa, Hybognathua 245 

Miiiytrema 241 

Sebaatodaa 428 

melanopas, Tachysoras 231 

melanostictns, Psetticbthys 499 

Melanoatigma 481 

gelatinoaum 481 

pammelas 481 

melanostomua, Sebaatodes 430 

melanotis, Mursena 278 

Pseudojalis 414 

Melanura 308 

melanuraiD; Cicblaaoma 406 

Hsemulon 384 

LsBmouema 496 

melannrns, Careproctus 452 

melapleura, Gambuaia 316 

melaa, Ameiorua 233 

meleagris, Rbinichthya atrouasus . 262 

Melicbtbya 423 

bispiDOSus 423 

piceus 423 

Melletes 438 

papilio 438 

Menidia 331 

audeos 331 

Clara 331 

gilberti 331 

gracilis 331 

beryllina 331 

menidia 331 

notata 331 

peninaulte 331 

sardina 331 

menidia, Menidia 331 

Menepborua 371 

menona, Fuudulus diapbanus 310 

mentalis, Platypoecilus 316 

Mentioirrbus 400 

americanus 401 

elongatus 401 

littoralia 401 

martinioensis 400 

nasus 400 

pauamensis 400 

aazatilis 401 

aimua 400 

andulatna 401 

Mcntiperca 378 

mento, Paraliparis 453 

Xantbichthys 423 

meridionalia, Ictal arus 232 

Ictiobus 237 

Merluccioa 493 

bilinearis 493 

merluccins 493 

prodaotos 493 

merlcccias, Merl ucciua 493 

Merlaciidse ^^ 49^ 



558 RBPOBT OP C0MMI881ONEB OF Fisn AND PIBHERIES. 



;>>d«x fu rluKik-Uit a/ Xorih A 



ml&rchnt 



merrifuai, Empetrichthys 

meiu'um, Bolnosiiiua oip'um . .. . 

ina«oga«t«r, I'urexocoitiiB 

Meaogonistiiu 

cliietodou 

mKeopn, Scindeichthjs 

metal lie iiti, Uirordiiius 

Nutropia. 

1, PiEcilia 

um, Dorosoma 

NauDobiBohJiiui . . . 
at, CeotrupomDa 

Pempheria ... 

KUiuogoliina 

Tctrugou«ptoiU8. . . 

i, Stolephoraa 

HierSatodas 

pauctatiu 

micTocephalus, GosteriHituaa v 

liuiMKini 

Saniuluaua 

MicrodeeiuuB 

mJcrixloD, Cfolotbone 

Gubliis 

PaoudotrlnlcM 

Miorogiidiia 

touicud 

mlrroEnatbiiB, LoachopwUiiu.. 
MioroyobiaB 

tbalawiuna 

Mitirolejitdcitiis 

iiiomoitus 

uicrolepidutus, Cynoscion 

Labrisoniu* ... 

OTtbodoii 

miiTolopia, Antimorft 

Lepopbidiaiu 

MftorodoD 

M;cl«ropaTo> 

Micr-HiifsuB 

Micropetca 



^'^^to.j.i 



MioropteruB 

(lolamioa 

iuiIihoIiImi 

mjuroptoryi. NotTopii 

Microapntboditn 

bkitdli 

cbcyaornii 

donnll* 

cinerrm.. 

olT<atus 

micros Uima, Soaitella 

M]ciio«tiumlil« 

MicroHtomiu 

kitt 

pMilicui 

mioroBtciDiae, CitbM'ichtbj'ii 

micruruni. i^yiuainni 

nilbetti. OIl^l:^blU'hinn• 

tniloi, Purugiulua 

Priimuttu 

miliuris. Lycodontitt 

militurio. Bi'Uulor 

luilnorikDua, Loucincua 

uiiniutiuD, Pomtcdion 

inimittm*, Lvpumia 

SotNMrtodoB 

mioimft, Ab«<iii» 

minor, A.uatbicba« 

Apb«nupu8 

minntillua, Cbrlol^l* 

miautns, Cottus 

meUnopH 

minrtreuius. Uyriuirbthva 

mirabilU, GillkbttayH 

LvoodonuB 

Pllotiarobiiis 

mitcbilli, Stulepbums 

Mitohillina 

minrns, Sohit'ieodi-a 

Saj'tuliubtbya 

Mixonm i 

laticopi 

macrocepbnius 

modcHla. Pimuludella . 

modeatuH. OiyjuIiB 

Xyrichtbys 

.Moburra 

Molu 

molii 

iiiolft. Mola 

iiioleBtiiui. Gnbioaoina 

Molid;.- 

.MollicuisU 

inclli^. Aiifavniius' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.''"/. 

[(..throcara 

Molvji 

m.ilva 

vu»A'sa,^\o\.Na 



CHKCK-LI8T OP NORTH AHERICAN FISHEB. 



559 



Index to ekeck-lUi qfN&rih Aw^erieanJUkeB — ContiDued. 



Page. 

monaca, Hybopsia 263 

MonacaDthidae 423 

MonacanthuB 423 

ciliatiiB 423 

hispidos 423 

oppoaitas 424 

spUonoioa 423 

monfls, Stephanoberyx 336 

Moniana 264 

moDoceroe, Alntera 424 

Ifonolene 503 

atrimana 503 

Bessilioanda 503 

monophthalmna, AacbeQopteraa .. 469 

monopterygias, Aapidophoroidea. . 449 

Plearogrammoa .. 434 

monstrosa, Chimera 225 

moatagai, NeolipariB 450 

montana, Hybopsis 263 

moDtanns, Tbymallaa ontarienais . . 294 

monteznniaf Cicblaaoma 405 

monticola, AgoDoatomna 334 

mordax, abbotti , Oamerna 295 

EngrauliB 286 

Lycodontia 277 

Oamema 294 

apectrum, Oamema 294 

moriDga, LycodoDtia 277 

morio, Epinephelua 372 

MoroDe 370 

americana 370 

intemipta 370 

motaguensia, Heroa 407 

Rhamdia 235 

Moxoatoma 241 

album 242 

aoiaurum 241 

aureolum 242 

austriDnm 242 

brevicepa 242 

bucco 241 

cervinnm 243 

collapsum 241 

congeatam 242 

coDua 242 

coregODna 242 

craasilabre 242 

leaoeorii 242 

macrolepidotum 242 

papillosam 241 

pidienae 242 

pa^cilumm 243 

Tobnatum 242 

rnpiacartea 243 

thalaaaiDum 242 

mticoanm, Xipbidion 475 

miicoaas, Ly codalepia 480 

NeolipariB 450 

mncroDatum, Odontognathaa 284 

mocronatus, Neocooger 271 

Mugil 333 

braailioDBia 333 

cepbalua 333 

curema 333 

gaimardianaa 333 

boapea 333 

incilia 333 



Mngil aetosQB 

tboburni 

tricbodon 

MairilidcB 

malleri, Bentboaema 

Pempberia 

Mnllidte 

Mulloidea 

ratbbuni 

Mallua 

auratna 

mnltifaaciata, Adinia 

mnltifaaciatum, Gobioaoma 

mnltifaaciatua, ProDotogrammua. . 

mnltignttataa, Alpbeatea 

multiliDeataa, Cbromia 

maltiocellatuHy ADtennariaa / 

multiradiatua, TacbyauruB 

multiapiDoaum, Cioblaaoma 

mandicepBy Xyrichtbya 

muDdicorpna, Iniiatma 

mundua, Dactylagnua 

Oligoplitea 

Urolophua 

Moraena 

argua 

inaularum 

leDtigiLoaa 

melanotia 

retifera 

mnrsena, Callecbelya 

MureeDcaocidsd 

Mnrseneaox 

conicepa 

aavanna 

MurvBnidflB 

MnrsPDopaia 

murrayi, IpDopa 

Liocetaa 

maacamm, Rimicola 

Muatelua 

cania 

lanulatua 

muticna, Letbotremua 

Mycteroperca 

bonaci 

xantboaticta. 

bonlengeri 

calliara 

dimidiata 

falcata 

pbenax 

iDteratitialia 

Jordan! 

microlepia 

olfax 

rnberrima 

pardalia 

Toaacea 

rubra 

tigria 

oamelopardalia 
▼enadomm 



Tenenoaa 



MyctopbidsD. 



xenaroba. 



apoa. 



Page. 

333 
333 
333 
333 
301 
353 
339 
339 
339 
339 
339 
313 
461 
379 
373 
409 
509 
231 
406 
415 
415 
465 
344 
223 
278 
278 
278 
278 
278 
278 
274 
270 
270 
270 
270 
276 
275 
298 
510 
492 
214 
314 
214 
•450 
373 
374 
874 
373 
375 
374 
375 
375 
374 
374 
374 
374 
374 
374 
374 
874 
875 
875 
375 
373 
874 
374 
298 



560 EEPOBT OP COMMI88IONEB OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 
In4at lo chtok-l'iiit of yorlh Amrr 



I 



Myrt«pl>iini 301 

iimno S«l 

bellnltl 801 

naUrorniense 301 

atxciie 301 

hnmboltlti SOI 

li^gomli 301 

opRlinnm 301 

piiuctatum 301 

mykisB, Snimo 291 

buiiviori, Salmo 291 

ctarkii, Snlnio 291 

gibbsil, Salum 291 

beiwhttwi, Solmo 291 

lewisi, Sulmo 291 

lakcdonalili, Balmo 391 

pleuriliona, fialmo Sttl 

BpiluriiH, Salmo S91 

HtomiBfl. Salnio 291 

TirginalJB, l^lmo 291 

MTliobatid* 224 

My liobnlia 224 

ciilifornions 225 

framini'illei 22i 

gooilei 324 

Mylocheilns 246 

caurinna 346 

MylolencDB 360 

Mylopbarodoii 246 

conncephalns 246 

nyopH, Trarliinocephalns 296 

Myrkhthya 274 

aciiiuinatna 274 

oi'iilatna 27J 

liL'rhius 274 

Mvridd' : 273 

MvriprfHHf 3.-i7 



Nanaenia 

gminlaDdica 

hrasilieueis 

Narcobatidiu 

nareiti, t^alveliaua oqnaMa 

nariDari, Aebibatus 

liaSTiH, Meutiriirhns 

DasntaB, Agouoatomua 

natalis, AmeiumB 

naiicra tea idea, EoheDeia 

Naucrates 

UAQcrfttiw, Bcheaeis 

nani^acinm, Balistes 

NaotichtbyB 

ocnlofaaciatuB 

navasft, Eleginiis 

Kealotna 

Nebris. ...?!!";!!;!!;! !!!;!;"!!; 

micropa 

nobnlifer, Taralnbrai 

nebulil'ernm.Clcblaaoma 

noliuloBua, Atueiurus 

catiilnsj AmeinruB 

Cyuoacion 

Lynodefl 

marmoratiiB, Ameinnis. 

BebMtodBB 

BympbaruB 

ifroiophtw 

nectnniH, Urciptnrj-giiiR 

NeMri.pIiiH 

nomatropiiB 

Hji.a™^'ij*-nsia 

iipl-ionii, CoroBnuiiB 

Neiiialistiiis 

NeiiiotoKii:itbi 

Kigiie 

[.ortoruliB 

nnmatopiifl, Lotolhi 

niiniitri>]inM, Neetroplus 

NfMilolllLvill:!' 

.Neniitbtlijs 

B.oloi.iiff-im 

iNi'mii.lcnis 

Ni'iibylliiteH. '.'.'..' []V.\\'."\ 

(.telliriTi.idBH. '.!.".!!!' 

No..cl:iiuB 

bijiir'linrili 



CHECK-UST OF KORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



561 



Iititx to ^tocMiit of North American fishes — Con tinned. 



Taga 

Keoliparia flone 450 

greeni 450 

niontagni 450 

maooBoa 450 

NeomieniB 381 

ambigaiu 382 

analis 381 

apoda 381 

aratuB 382 

argentiyentrit 381 

aya 381 

braohjptenu 382 

boccanella 381 

eolorado 382 

oyanoptems 381 

grisenB 381 

gnttatuB 382 

joou 381 

jordani 381 

lu^anoidefl 381 

mahogoni 382 

iiovemfaBciatuB 381 

Bynagria 382 

Tivanna 381 

nerka, Oncorbynohna 290 

Nettaatomids 272 

Netoma • 230 

dnbia 230 

elattnra 231 

Sandicaaaia 230 

Bculpta 231 

inanlomm 231 

keaaleri 231 

oacnlu 231 

planicepa 231 

platypogon 231 

atrioticaaaia 230 

neradenaia, Agoaia 262 

Dewberry iy Encycle^obiaa 459 

niangniB, Hypobomua 359 

nioaraguenaia, Carcharhinua 21(> 

Oambusia 316 

Heroa 407 

Neetroplna 408 

Rbamdia 235 

nicbolaiy Gobina 456 

Iridic 412 

niger, Acanthocottna 442 

Aatronesthea 303 

Centrolophiia 351 

Cbiaamodoo 463 

Leuciscna 248 

Malacoatens 304 

nigreacena, Centropomua 369 

Leiiciscua 248 

nigricaua, Rntliy laco 297 

Catoatomna 240 

Cypsiliinia 323 

Enchelycore 276 

Kn tomacrodna 472 

Girella 392 

Hypoplectniannicolor.. 376 

latiopnonia 343 

nigrilabria, Aineiuriia. 233 

nigripinniH, Argyrosom iia 289 

Ancheoopt«raa 469 

Batbyagonna 448 

P. B. 95 36 



nigripinnis, Gobieaoz 

Kypticns 

nigriroatrin, CbiKto<Ion 

nigrita, Garrupa 

nigp*ocinctiia, Sebastodea 

nigrofaaciatum, Cichlasoma 

nigrofaaciatus, Hadropterna 

nigromarginatuB, Lycodontis ocel 

latna 

nigrotffiniatna, Notropia 

nigrum, Boleoaoma 

effuIgonH, BoleoHonia 

ma<'ulaticops, Boleoaoma 

meafeam, Boleoaoma 

olmatedi, Boleoaoma 

vezillare, Boleoaoma .... 

nipbobloa, Spariaoma 

nitena. CoDgermara'na 

nitidiaaimua, Chloricbthya 

nitidua, Brachydeiitorua 

Cblorichtbya 

niveatna, Epinephelua 

Microapathodou 

niyena, Notropia 

chloriatina, Notropia 

Nivicola 

nivipea, Emblemaria 

Conodon 

nobilia, Cynoacion 

Gambuaia 

Nocomia 

nocomia, Notropia 

noctoma, Collettia 

Echidna 

noctnrnna, Schilbeodea 

Nomeidic 

Nomeua 

gronovii 

normalia, Baaaozetua 

Notacanthida) 

Notacanthua 

analia 

cbemnitzii 

pbaaganoma 

Notarina 

notata, Menidia 

notatua, Fundulua 

Notropia 

Pimepbalea 

Poricbtbya 

Tyloauraa 

notemigonoidea, Notropia 

Notemigonua 

nothochir, Quaaairemna 

Nothonotna 

notb na, Cynoacion 

Notorbynchua 

macnlatna 

Notoaema 

dilectnm 

Dotoapilotna, Aatroly tea 

notoapiluH, Jnlidio 

Notropia 

albeolna 

altipiunia 

amabilin 

amianoB • 



Pago. 

4!)1 
380 
419 
373 
43? 
406 
359 

278 
253 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
416 
270 
414 
386 
414 
872 
411 
255 
255 
364 
472 
386 
395 
316 
264 
253 
300 
278 
234 
849 
849 
849 
486 
807 
807 
807 
807 
307 
230 
831 
812 
255 
246 
466 
819 
258 
251 
275 
863 
894 
213 
213 
501 
501 
436 
413 
251 
257 
257 
258 
250 



REPORT Of COHMie^^lOMEB OF VISH AND FISHERIES. 
7adei to eheck-tut of Sorlh Jmenaiit JlMk^t—Voaliaaai, 



s 



NotrapU analaataiina 


350 
. 253 
. 2S9 

358 

acd 

351 
. 168 
. 2S3 
. 3K3 

as3 

2&5 
3SS 
354 
355 

■jm 

. 252 

. 252 

256 

2sa 

35T 

. 253 
257 
357 
2SN 

. 2S7 
256 

. 236 

256 

.. 369 

. 255 
.. 2M 

. 362 

. au 

. 269 

. 2S6 
. 306 
. 253 
. 252 
. 2&4 
. 254 
. 254 
. 254 

.. 2.W 
. 251 
. 268 

.. 263 
. 257 
. 258 

.. 259 


Notrnp 

nottii, 
Nutuni 

Novaco 

noi, Au 

□iil'ila, 

nuMlun 
uiibilufl 
i.ucLale 

DT.rhai 
nncbip 

nnRiitn 
mix. Xo 
he BUS. 
obeyoQ 
obli.ini 
oblong 

\ 






piptolepw 

prorno 

proMrpink 

ir^rlr-::;::::::::: 












atheriooiilea 

kZtMIUI 


aw 
aw 








hMytonl 

bobAliillM 

onruleni 

e^llsamft 






Mbinn 

KAbric«[M 

";K™;:::;;:;;:;::::: 

aiiDDa 




ckllUtiu 


853 


*^^;-tW<;.;d;ii.'::: 


353 








oorooaiifttDk 






■titV-ina 












Wle«:opM 














topeka 








ttODtmlii'.'.'.'.'. 
dilectna 


onibratllia .• 

nf'P'* 

cjanocepbaliiii 
faaciolftrla — 

lyttorari. 

matntiniu 

pnoDtolnlua .. 
venQBtns 


3fi0 


ftetotwia 

frigidna 

fntneaa 

galocturua 

goriuaDi 

KS„. 


360 
260 

aeo 

255 


whtpplii 


356 














suludaiius .. 




ast 


h vpBtlopteruB 


ii&T-a%'.'.\\\'\\".\'.".''.''.\ 
iehtbjB 


Z33 










locertosuB 


veatrnlia 


115 












. 255 






AgOBi.. 

carriugtonii, Ako*')^ - 

n, Hylmguatliiia 










macdonaldi 


.. 257 
.- Z5o 

. 2CJ 
- '^ 

W 253 


2*5 








metallicas 

mKTUiH*ryx 

l.L([rnti.-nilltUB 


eraoRf; HyboRnslbna .-- 


215 












.. 255 

.. 253 

. 255 

. i->s 

. 2.-^3 








iSE:i™in;..:;:::::::::: 
















s, EnmyzonBacctti 

Henw 

^wiiito'WSm. 




^ ,'rm'"". 


407 




.. 3U 


m 



CHECK- LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



563 



Index iQ eheok'Uii ofN&rtk JmrnoftiiyUA^*— Continued. 



Page. 

obscnratiiB, Lyoodontls 278 

obecams, Caroharhiniis 215 

occa, CoBlorhynohns 497 

oocidentaUB, Catoetomiu 240 

Epi^onuB 368 

LtQxilinDB 250 

ifynpristis 338 

PcBOilia 317 

Tetraaaroe 222 

ooeanioas, Gobins 458 

oeellata, Bollmannia 458 

Raja 221 

ocellaris, Fnodalns 310 

ooellatOBy Anarrhichthys 477 

AnteoDariuB 509 

Asternopteryx 474 

CbnnopaiB 473 

Chstodon 419 

LycodontiB 278 

Malacoctenas 467 

nigromargiiiatuB, Lyco- 

dontis 278 

Opbichthns 275 

Platopbrys 506 

saxicola, Ly codontia 278 

SoisbDope 399 

ZenoptiB 418 

oetodecimspinoBaB, Acantbooottas 442 

oetograoiiDaB, Hexagrammos 434 

oetonemas, Polydacty las 335 

oealatOB, Etelis 383 

loelmas 436 

Myricbtbys 274 

Scombrops 368 

oenlofMciatQB, Nanticb tbys 445 

Ocyantbiaa 379 

martiniceDsis 379 

Oeynnia 382 

cbryaama 382 

oeyoroB, CentropristeB 377 

SecUtor 393 

OdontognatbuB 284 

macronatam 284 

panamenBe 284 

OdontopyxiB 448 

triBpinosns 448 

Odontoeoion 396 

deDtex 396 

xantbops 396 

OdoDtosiomidffi 306 

oerstedii, Selene 348 

TetragoDopteraa 267 

ogac, Gadna 494 

(%cocepbalide 511 

Ogcocepbaloa 511 

veepertilio 511 

oglinam, Opiatbonema 283 

obienaia, Laciun maa^ainongy 309 

okeecbobeensis, Amei aroa 232 

olfax, Mycteroperca 374 

mberrima, Mycteroperca 374 

olferai, Argyropelecaa 306 

olidoa, HTpomeaaa 295 

OHgooepbalna 364 

Oligocottoa 444 

acnticepa 444 

borOAlM 444 



Oligocottna macnloana 444 

Oligoplitea 343 

altua 344 

munduB 344 

aalienB 348 

palometa 343 

aanma 343 

olistbostoma, Gerrea 392 

olivacens, Rutilna 250 

olivaria, Leptopa 233 

olmstedi, Boleoaoma nigrum 361 

olrikii, Aapidopboroidea 449 

onunata, Diacopyge 222 

Lucania 318 

ommatnm, Opistbognatbna 462 

omoatiffma, Otopbioinm 483 

Omosudis 305 

lowii 305 

Oncooottna 443 

labradoricna 443 

laticepa 443 

qnadncomia 448 

Oncorbynobna # 290 

forbnacba 290 

eta 290 

kisntcb 290 

nerka 290 

tachawytaeba 290 

Oneirodea 510 

eaobriobti 510 

onitis, Tautoga , 411 

ontarienala, lliyniallaa 294 

montanna, Tbymallna. 294 

onycboa, Cottna 440 

opaleacena, Lytbmlon 385 

opalinain, Mvctopbum 301 

operculaiia, Myxodagnna 466 

Polvdactylaa 335 

Stolepborua 285 

Opbicbtbna 275 

gomeaii 275 

fottifer 276 

avannenaia 276 

maffniocalia 276 

oceTlatuB 275 

parilia 276 

panotioepa 275 

retropinnia 276 

triaertalia 275 

zopbocbir 276 

Opbiobtbyidie 273 

Ophidiidae 481 

Opbidioidei 478 

Opbidion 482 

beani 482 

gtffillai 482 

holbrooki 482 

Opbioblenniua 472 

webbii 472 

ateindachneri 472 

Opbiodon 435 

elongatoa 435 

Opbioacion 886 

adustaa 398 

imicepa 398 

acierna 398 

aimulua 398 



BEPOHT OP COMMISSIONEK OF FlSIi AND FIBHERIKS. 
InAtJc to ttuxMiat of ^orth ^ntriniH ^Am— ContiiiuoJ. 



OphiuH 



instmbo 39M 

tfpivati 898 

veraiioalBii> A9H 

ophr^M, Prion otitN 188 

C^iHlbognathliln 163 

OpMlhognatbtM 462 

46:> 
162 



puiictuti 

OpisthitnamB ^ru 

IiberUtu TSi 

(iglinum SKI 

Opiitlioptonu 284 

doTii »l 

lotipinni* 284 

muorup* S84 

Apposicna. MonAonatliiu \'H 

OpiBima W(i 






466 



Opuupipu . 

Opw>iMcodus 254) 

bollmaiii 25) 

eniliiu 350 

megolcipB ^0 

ohchIdm 21*) 

oqiiMsB, Salvelinii* 293 

umrstiini. SKlveliniw 2S3 

noresi. i>»lvoliua0 203 

oibU, EnmifToU^nitu 449 

OTck, Notropis 258 

Orc«ll> 268 

orcutti, LeuciarnR 24D 

ordiuatus, HexagmniuiOB . \'M 

oieaa. ChronouiiiH 214 

orefpiDeDBJa. PtychorheilDS 217 

Oreosoma MVi 

ntlanticiim 419 

orienlBlis, AuRrhicbaa 477 

orniitB.R^a 221 

■ mpoBtoma 243 | 



oaiuenis 

utteiinatUB •■■■ 

(lout«ii 

mordas 

BblMit) 

•Mcirnm... 

tbftleiohtliya 

0«Ii]ij'oliiz 

iHilluridiia 

oMena, Leplaoatnii* 

0«tariopbjai 

osteiitum, Cartproctas 

<wl«oehlr, RbombocliirDa 

OMichthva 

Oatr«!iidu> , 

OBtraooderml 

otboDopuiMia, CynoMioit . ... 

DtlioDops, I'erkiiulk 

OtolitbiD* , 

OtopliUjiUD 

galaoldfia 

inl)pratig>blln.. 

omoaliRma 

'Uipbomi, EDponiacentniB . 



Otrjnl 

cftprinuB 

oaiirliit)i>, Hulropterna... 
Diiaiianicha, Salitio nuliir.. 

ovale, SvacintD 

ovalis, Sebaatodea 

oviKoram, ItAthypbMma.. 
OvoideB 

«rathi»Mi 

btUmiu 

oweni, UnUiBaiiniB 

oxybruubiuiu, tjpariaoma . 

UxygeDOum 

palrerDloDtnii 

Oxyjalia 

modfettia 

Oxjlebtus . . 



ClK'btogDBtbUN . 

ornatna, Gillelhia 4114 i 

NotropiB ^4 

Pholia 474 

orqiicta, Chlurtiscombraa 34S 

Ortbcidon 24^1 



piet 



pKdiycepliftU, Aainia 

imchyucphnliis, I.agoeephalna . 
pachyniister, Sphi-roiiU-a 



ortliotrri, 
UrtlmiiriBtis. 



n. L'liiaiiiiui 



HIT 
:!X7 



Pacbvpops ;iH!t 



S 



.oonierit'vTusu, ArgjrueuiuuB.. 



"i^y . vii-vusA'A-^vw 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



565 



Index to eheek4i$i of North American Ji fhea—Continne^. 



Page 

pAlearis, Lycodea '479 

Palinaricbthyg 351 

perciformiB 351 

palla-sii, Clapea 281 

rmllasina 447 

barbata 447 

pallida, Aldroyandia 307 

pallidas, C^upomotis 356 

FandiilQB 309 

Lepomis 356 

Platygobio 265 

KIonu^ Trachinotos 349 

lometa 351 

palometa, Oligoplitea salieDs 343 

Rbombna 351 

pammelas, Melanostigma 48 1 

panaiuense, OdontognathDs 284 

panamensis, AchiniB 507 

Atherinella 332 

Azevia 502 

Felichthys 229 

Loricaria 236 

MeDticirrhas 400 

Parapsettas 419 

PetrometopoD :^1 

Piabucina 266 

PomadasiB 387 

Rabula 277 

BtolepboroB 286 

Tetra^oDopterns 266 

pandi(mia.Glo6aaiiiia ^i&S 

pannosa, Scorpsena 433 

Pantosteiu * 238 

arseopOB 239 

arizoD» 238 

clarki 239 

delpbinuB 238 

generoBUB 238 

gnzmaniensiB 238 

jordani 239 

piebeias 238 

papilio. MelleteB 438 

papillifer, Gobiesox 491 

papiU iferDB, Chologastor 319 

papilloBoniy Moxostouia 24 1 

8yaciiim 505 

ParaclinnB 469 

cbaperi 469 

ParaoonodoD 385 

paradoxa, Garmannia 458 

?aradoxuB, Psychrolutes 445 

arabemiodon 236 

Paralabrax 376 

clathratiiB 376 

bamoralis 376 

inncnlatofasciatnB 376 

nebulifer 376 

Paralepidid^e 305 

ParalepiB 305 

coregouoidoB 305 

Paralicbtbye 500 

adsperfliis 500 

a>Btnariu8 501 

albi^utta 500 

brasiliensiB 500 

californicuB 500 

dentatOH 500 



Page 

Paralicbtbye letbostigma 500 

oblpngim 501 

BquaiiiilcDtiiB 500 

-woolinaDi 500 

Paraliparis 453 

ccpbahis 453 

copei 453 

dactyloRiiB 453 

holomolas 453 

meDto 453 

rosaceuH 453 

ulocbir 453 

parulleliiB, (^Dtropoinus 369 

ParaloDcbiiruB 401 

duinerili 401 

goodei 401 

peterai 401 

rathbuni 401 

Parautbias 378 

furcifer 378 

ParapsettuB 419 

panaineDBiB 419 

parasiticns, Simencbelys 269 

ParatractiiH 346 

pardalc, Lepopbidiiim 482 

pardaliB, Myctoroperca 374 

))ardus, OpRanns 466 

Parepiuepbehis 374 

Pareques i02 

Parexoca'tiis 322 

mesogaBter 322 

ParicelinuB 435 

bopliticiis 435 

tbobiirni 436 

parilis, OpbicbtbuH 276 

parkeri, SeleDaspiR 230 

parma, Cicblasoma 405 

pannatiiR, Sotarcbes 434 

parmifcra, Raja 222 

Paropbrys 504 

vetuluB 504 

parra, HaF^mnlon 384 

parra), ClepticuB 412 

parrii, Lycocara 481 

parrjri, Rbamdia 235 

partitQB, EiipoiuaceDtrus 410 

para, PomacaDlbiis 420 

KliombiiB 351 

parva, Lucania 813 

parviceps, Lycodapns 183 

parvipiuniB, CynoBcion 394 

FnndiiluB 309 

IsopiHtbuB 394 

PrometbicbtbyB 342 

parvus, Upenens 339 

pasBany, Sciadeicbtbys 230 

paaser, HolacautbiiB 420 

patroiniB, Ikevoortia tyranDus 283 

pauciradiatns, CallionymiiB 451 

panciHpiuis, Sobastodes 428 

pavonaceuB, HeroB 408 

paxilltis, LycencbolyB 480 

pectinatus, C'eDtropomuB 3f{9 

I^risliB 220 

pcctoraliB, DactvloscopiiB 464 

Dalli'a 308 

Malacocepbalus 497 



iiG6 REPORT Of COMMISSIONER OF FISH AND FISREMES. 



fo ehttk-liil 0} yoTth Jm. 



ii.tStJlr*— Cootintied. 



pwtoroJU, NMiifttiatiita . 

Nomatunm ., 

pedkllotM, Bonap»rtia... 

Podicnlati 

ftdimacuJa, Contrapomn*.. 
Off" -'■ 



pelnmis, GjmlKmanIa 340 

pellncidB, Ammoorfiita 363 

ol&rs, AmtncHirfpta :<63 

vivax, Animoeij'pta 362 

nellncidoa, Ospbyuliii :i2)* 

Ptenea 31D 

... 35B 



nnllm 353 

poeyi 353 

■abombiirsU 3G3 

peninsnlie, BaaoaniebtbyB 374 

Menidi* 331 

poQDu, CaJamiut 389 

penniioti. Miiaroliena 303 

pennKtuIa, Calwnua 388 

Penoptu 485 

inuodoDKldl 485 

wbtcftDthii*, Xenoohinw.. ...... 418 



Pwck 



MrcellenR, Rbinobktaa.. 



KKtt 






Perooidea 

Kari-oi[l««, Agonnstoniiu.. 
arcopsidip 

Pe((«psis 

giittmtus 

p«T«zi, CarcbnrbiiiTiB 

perfaaciatuB, Stolephoma . 

FeTlotedildii.' 

PoriBtedion , . 






lonttiHpntbn iDfl 



Iilutvcephalum.. 

Pstkinsiu 

otlmiiopR 

perlongnH, f.ppnidmcer 

ptTMiRor. Kleotris 

p.Tpli!>:ua, Cottiis 

pt-rriro, PseiidiwcaniB 

peiTpirilltiiii, Lyc'Odes 

i«Tt!iecaIiiB, Stolcplionis 



Ilri 



iiithia. 



pern VI 



lithj-s. 



peteoeDBiH. Itbamdin 

TetragDDDptotua . . . 

snlendidii 

peterai, ParalonchariM 

Ktimba. Fiatiilaria 
tromeUipoii 

crueDlatua 

paoamerutia 

PetromfKoo —. 

manDD» 

unlcolui . 

Perrorojxonidn 

peltnpmili, Blnniiiopbidiuiu 

Phaacnidoii 

fiircutna 

PboTTDSognatbi 

pbasganiirus, NotnoaDlbna 

fhasiDD, Careprortiw 
baaaoobiiiB 

catratamnB 

niiraliili* 

pbanns, Apomntis 

Mji:t(irDpcri'a folcata.. 
pbiladelphlciu, CoiitioptUttea.. 

fbilonipa, CottnB .. 
hllypnna 

donnltor 

lateralis 

pblegethontia. Leucisciu . 

pbloi, L'loi'eatra 

fhifbe, Pnonodtis 
bolldichtbjB 

Pholis ."!". 

foaolatiis 

giUDellas 

maxiUnria 

omatiis 

phot«g«DiB, NotTopia 

PbotoiiectcB 

PboiiDus 

plioxoi'epbaJilH, Cyaoacloa . 

HaaropUTua... 

Fbrr^UtiiH, Oab'icbtbyB 
bllieintbtbyn 

piivcis '....ir.'.y.!". 

rioridaiiiiB 

rfjriii!*- 

pbvsignalbti.'', PUtiRobio 

Piabiivina ". 

. 'picexu, '^\«\\«VL\.Vi« 



I 



0HBCK-U8T OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



567 



/jMtac to eAMlp-U«< of North JmerieanJUheB — Continaed. 



piebtfdi, Jotoms 

pietipinniB, Chelidoniohthys 

pictaratoft, TrachDrns 

pietuB, Cbannax 

£leotri0 

Iridic 

OxylebioB • 

piendilla, Sphyrmna 

pidieuae, Mozostoma 

piger, SymphDrns 

piffmentarins, Apogon 

piloeas, Trichodiodon 

FimelodellA 

ohaffresi 

mocUMta 

PimeloduB 

macolatns 

Pimelometopon 

darwinii 

pnlclier 

Pimephales 

notatas • 

promelaa 

oonfertnB . . . 
maoaloBiiM... 

pingeli, Triglops 

pinDataSy Syuaphobranohaa 

pionifaaoiatus^rseadoplearoDectes 

pinnigeTy Bryssetoree 

Sebaatodes 

pinnimacnlatasy Felichthys 

piaoivariuB, Hypoplectrusanicolor 

piptolepiSy Notropis 

pitcatoriiUy Lophius 

PiBcee 

piBoniSy EleotriB. 
rlBOodi 



lonophis , 

omeDtifer ... 
j^tilliger, GynmooanthoB . . 

FlacopEarynz 

dnqnesnii 

Plagiogrammos 

bopkinsi . . . 

PlagioBcion 

heteroleipis 

squamosiBsimnB 
BurinamenBis . . . 

plaginaa, Sympbnms 

Plagop teroB 

argentiBBimns . . 

plagaBJa, Symphurus 

FlanoteniB 

planicepB, Netama 

Rbinobatns 



planifroDB, Enpomaoentms 
■ I, Hi 

Btellatus 



platesBoideB, HippogloBsoideB. 
Plat " 



ktiobtbys 
PlatopbryB 



constellatuB 
ellipticuB . . 
leopard in us 

lunatus 

maculifer .. 
ocellatus . . . 

Bpiuosus 

ta$niopterua 



334 
488 
345 
609 
455 
413 
435 
335 
342 
508 
367 
426 
236 
236 
236 
236 
236 
412 
412 
412 
246 
246 
246 
246 
246 
438 
269 
504 
491 
429 
228 
375 
253 
508 
213 
455 
274 
274 
444 
243 
243 
475 
475 
396 
396 
396 
396 
508 
266 
266 
508 
310 
231 
220 
410 
499 
506 
506 
505 
506 
505 
505 
505 
505 
506 
505 
505 



Page. 

platorb3mcbaSy ScapbirbyncbuB . . . 227 

platostonius, LepiBosteiis 227 

platyoepbalum, Peristedion 489 

platycepbaliiB, Acanlbocottus 442 

AmeiuruB 233 

Platygobio 265 

gracilis 265 

pallidoB 265 

pbyBignatbns 265 

PlatyiniaB 383 

platyodon, Carcbarbinus 216 

Platypodon 215 

PlatypcBoUufl 316 

maculatuB 316 

mentalis 316 

platypogon, Netuma 231 

PlatyrbmoidiB 221 

triseriutus 221 

platy rbynobuB, CarcbarhiD aB 215 

PlatysqualoB 217 

Platytroctes 288 

apuB 288 

plebeiuB, PantosteuB 238 

PleotobranobuB 476 

evides 476 

PleotoBpondyli 237 

PleotromoB 837 

beanii 837 

craBsicepB 837 

oriBticepB 837 

lagubris 837 

Bu DorbitaliB 837 

Pleotrypops 838 

retroBpiniB 838 

pleianaBy PBeudoBoaruB 418 

pleuriticoB, Saimo my kiBB 291 

PleurogrammaB 434 

monopterygius . . . 434 

PlearoDocteB 1 505 

quadritaberculatus . . 505 

Pleuronectidsp 499 

Pleuronicbtbys 503 

OCBDOBUB 503 

decurrens ^ 503 

verticalis ' 503 

plearoBpilns^ Girardinus 817 

plambeum, HybognatboB 245 

plumbeuB, CouesiuB 264 

plomieri; Gerres 892 

H»mu]on 884 

MalacantbuB 462 

Bcorpicna 433 

Sicydiam 455 

plDtonia, Raja 221 

Pneamatophoms 340 

pocateilo, CatoBtomnH 230 

podoRtemone, BoIeoBoma 361 

PodotbecuB 447 

accipeter .* 447 

acipeoBerinus 447 

gilberti 417 

yeterniiB. 447 

Poecilia 317 

boucardi 318 

butleri 317 

cbiBoy eoBiB 818 

ooQcbiana^ 318 



REPORT OP COUMrSSIONEK OF PISH AND FtSnEHIES. 
litdtj: to cArc^vIisi of Nmth Amtrtean JitKta — CuuUuuotl, 



Pteuilia cjnmi 



giiur. 
occiilenlalu .. 



pa'ciloides .. 
pretiiilloniB.. 
retionlutB... 

spheDopa 

Bpiliirns 

tbermalis ... 
Tursicolor ... 



FopciliehthyB 

FwcUiidie 

p<evllaidw, Pnveillft 

ptecilophtliBliniia, Gobieoox .. 

pfsollopuB, MTripriatiH 

ptpciliimm. HoxtMtomn 



Ortbaprii 
Pempheri 



Siphontoms ... 
Stole nhoraa... 

PogooiBs 

courbiDA .. 



Pogouicbth.vB 

mAorolepidattiB 

polariH, Acuiitliocattlis 

Ljcudalepis 

Polistotrema . 



politoB, pBripbiiB... 
Spberoliles 

PollacliiuB 

chulco^r 
fuceoBiH 



poIlie&riN, Cottus 

pollux, PontiniiB 

polyacaiithoceplinliu, Acnothoco 



r'uniftciuithodeii . 



mairacanthua . 

panameudiii 

pfodiictUB 



Pomatomidfe . 

PomatomuB 

sallAtni 

PoiuololinB 

feaUTalia ... 

chrysochloria 

m»dlocriB 

pBeudohareDgiiB . 

pomotis, A can til arch UB 



ioDgispiDiB 



iuari;aiila(ua.. 

poroaisBiQiciB.. 

Porifar, Lyouuclielya 
uroclinua 

rothrocki 

Porogadae 



PoTomitra.. 

Poronotus.. 



Qiles . 



la, Ponclithya 



PolvoJuu 22li I, Vllv)'ii>vioYili\a. , 



CHECK-LIST OF NOBTH AUEBICAN FISHES. 



569 



Index to cheok-lUt oflforth Jmmoan ^«^«— Continued. 



Pmce 

Prionace 215 

glAuca 215 

Prionistios 438 

macellus 43S 

Prionodes 377 

opqaidens 377 

ballerl 378 

faaclatas 377 

flayeacens 378 

foBcnloB 377 

InciopercanoB 378 

pboBbe 377 

stilbostigma 378 

tabacanus 378 

tigrinus 378 

Prionotus 487 

alatos 487 

albiroetris 487 

beanii 488 

biroBtratoB 487 

oarolinos 487 

egretta 487 

evolanB 488 

fymnostetbos 487 

orrens 488 

loziaa 487 

miles 487 

ophryaa 488 

punotatus 488 

qniesoens 487 

rosens 487 

rubio 488 

scitnlus 487 

steamiHi 488 

Btepbanopbrys 487 

Btngatns 488 

tribolufl 488 

xeniBma 487 

Priatidad 220 

PriBtis 220 

pectinatuB 220 

zephyreuB 220 

PriBtigaBter 284 

oayanuB 284 

PriBtipoma 387 

Pioartbri 213 

probatocepbalnBy ArohosarguB .... 390 

proboBcidaliBy AgonomaloB 446 

proboBoidea, Limanda 504 

proboBoideuB, Cbsenomngil 334 

procersi Venefica 272 

pTOcne, NotropiB 252 

. prodaota, Ancnovia 286 

produotlWy Alepocephal as 287 

MerlacciuB 493 

PomadasiB 387 

Rbinobatns 220 

proBliariB, Mioroperoa 367 

piofandoniiDy Lepopbidium 482 

SoylliorbinuB 213 

ZesticeluB 443 

Prognatbodes 419 

aculeatus 419 

prognatbiiB, ArgyroBomus 289 

pxomelaBy Pimepbales 246 

confertuBy Pimepbales .. 246 

macalosQB, PiniephaleB . 246 



Page. 

prometbenS; Prometbicbtby s 342 

Prometb icbtby b 342 

parvipiunis 342 

prometheoB 342 

PromicropteruB 380 

Promicrops 373 

guttatuB 373 

Pronotogrammua 379 

eoB 379 

multifaaciatua .. 379 

proopBy Soiadeicbtbys 230 

prorateBy Lepopbidium 482 

prorideuBy Calamus ' 389 

proriger, Si'bastodeB 429 

prorigeTa,i!;;ongermura'na 270 

?roBerpina, NotropiB 254 

rosopium 288 

proximuBy Microgadus 493 

PBednoblenniuB 472 

bypacanthuB 472 

PseneB 349 

cyanopbryB 349 

maculatuB 349 

pelluciduB 319 

reguluB 350 

PsetticbtbyB 499 

melanoBtictuB 499 

pBeudogula, EucinoBtomuB 391 

pBendobarenguB, Pomolobus 282 

pseudobispanicuBy Clupanodon 281 

pBeudojuliB 414 

inomatuB 414 

melanotis 414 

PseudomonaoantbuB 424 

ampbioxys . . . 424 

PsendopleuronecteB 504 

aniericanus... 504 

pmnifasciatuB 504 

PBeudopriaoantbuB 380 

altuB 380 

Berrula 880 

PBeudoBoaruB 418 

cooleBtiuus 418 

guacamaia 418 

pemco 418 

pleianuB 418 

simplex 418 

PseudoBcopeluB 464 

BcriptUB 464 

PBeudotriakiduB 214 

PseudotriakiB 214 

microdon 214 

PsendoxipbopboruB 315 

bimacuiatuB.. 315 

psittacuBy ColomeBUB 426 

XyricbthyB 415 

PsycbroluteB 445 

paradoxus 445 

Psycbromaster 366 

tuBcumbia 366 

Pteraclididffi 350 

Pteraclis 350 

carolinuB 350 

Pterengraulis 286 

atberinoides 286 

Pterognatbns 467 

Pteropbryne 509 



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Ptoropbryne hlatrlo 009 

Ptoroplatoa 224 

crohripnnuuta 224 

nmolurB 224 



PUnxipoilD* 

PUIIohtUyidai 

PUlichthyB 

Koodef 

Ptyehochelliis 

hnrfordi . . 



oregoucnei* 

pnolln, {[ypoplectTDH unitialar*.. 

pnDlt*r<H, Ueoodon 

piiL'utoiuU, Chitonotus 

pulclinlla, Uurjie 

puleliclliifl, LlparU 

piUcliBr, Uiinea 

Pintflometopon 

pnlliu, rnnttierines 

pulvoroUH, FiinituliiB 

polvorattsntutii, Oiygen«tun 

pnocUtn, Alutera 

Gamba«ia 

pant^tBtisHimna, CknthigMter 

punotatuiu, Myctnphnm 

■,>]■■ Btfao^kthna 

panot»tna, Apomotia 

Bodianna fulviiB 

I)MMpt«nu 

Dormafadapia 

Eqa"" 

Ftmdulna 

Hj-paoblcnnlna 

loUlariu 

Mioriatodaii 

Priunotna 

Btkhn-iw 



poni^tieeM. Ophichtbua-.. 
poncticnlata, QooibniiK -. 



ipwioUpui 
paactiunt 



paactiunta, Microperca 

pnuctulutuui, Ktbeoslomu 

punutulttluti, CuUiis 

Gui.i^ox 

illppiH-umpuB 

Kotropiauiubratili!!. 

puugitiu j, Pytjusteiis 

brni'hypoda,PygoHleua 

pnrpiirouB, LenoiBcos 

puBiIln, Mayuea 

puBiUuB.A.rKyr„«onmfl 



pygiun'U. Knojiliiiiiii'..! 

Vnibw 

PygwteuB 

jiuugitius-. 



^ Pygw.t«u-.. 



Pygoatetu puuxltiua brarhypotln.. 

pyrrhouieliui. holropla • 

PythoniobtLya 

BAngninaaa. 

illisdracaa, Apelt** 

t|UB>lni.'gmlB, Hy]iBB|[oDiM 

Ouoocoltua 

qaailrifaiiciatDB, Chiwmoiica 

quadrltULs, AcaalbocoUiTB 

ISatbypteraii 

qnsdrilMterahB, CoMgouiu 

quiu)ri|>Dru8. liobiiia - 

qiiMlnaeriatUH, Icullniia 

qiiadritQberculatua,P]«uroiiectoi. . 

■Ill ail rare 11 atii, Anaylopaett* 

Qusaairaaiua 

oviontbaa 

notbodbir 

qnercmaiu, MBcroatonia 

(jueritnana 

oyrana 

hareagaa 

qaeroa, Ar-eTia 

qnieaoena, ConelamUlIna 

Priuaotiut 

Qnietnla 

y-oanda 

qnlnoiiariaa, Polytinmna 

quoyl, OyroplAiin>dit8 

Rablda 

Rabirubia 

invmia 

Kabnla 

aquiBdiUota 

loDgicaii<!a 

panumaniiia 

RtKbyrentridtK 

KacliyceiitroD 

oanaduni 

rodiale, Dipleptnim 

radlana, Spnrisuma 

rsdUtk, Raja 

ndiatna, Iridio 

Kadulmiu 

raflnasqnt'i, Collettin 

Hatlniwijuiullns 

Kuja 

afkU.>i ... ^ !"'.."". """'.!^". 

eglaiitoriii 

liins ...."!;."!!'."."!!.";m 

t.t.'llal;i -. 



CHECK-Lisf OF NOBTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



571 



/«4» to ohoek-'U§i of North AmorioanftMhcs — Continued. 



8iO»Mnt» 331 

•tellolAta 222 

traeboia 222 

Maiidm 221 

nleighana, Harriotta 226 

EunoAQSy Pomadaaifl 387 

rannla, Careproctna 452 

Tanzania 427 

tmncata 427 

imphidoma, Tylosnrus 320 

lanu, RhinoecopeloH 301 

laatrellii^r, Lotella 496 

8ebaBtodee 431 

Saatrinos 437 

Bcntiger 437 

laUibnnella 463 

hvpopleota 463 

TBthbaniy Fandalas 311 

Mnlloides 339 

Paralonehonui 401 

Pontinos 434 

mra, Pteroplatea 224 

netangalare, Cichlaaoma 405 

netifinsnnm, Enpomaoentrus 409 

raddingi, OrthopriatiB 387 

TegaleyKannobrachinm 300 

R^^alecidsD 490 

Segaleons 490 

glesne 490 

rqgaliBy Cynosoion 394 

Scomberomoms 341 

regU, Atherinops 333 

regiiu, PhyciB 495 

regnlosy Pseoes 350 

ramhardtly CareproctoB 452 

CorynolophuB 510 

Oaidropaams 496 

Beinhardtins 499 

hippoglowoides 499 

Temifer, IsopisthuB 393 

Ronilegia 490 

auBtralis 490 

Bemora 490 

albeBcena 490 

brachyptera 490 

remora 490 

nmoTap Remora 490 

Bemonna 490 

RemoropBis 490 

remotuB, Caroharhinns 216 

RenicepB 217 

letioalariB. Antennarius 509 

leticolata, Popcilia 318 

TbalaBBophryne 466 

leiionlataBy Cy noscion 394 

LuciuB 308 

Lycodes 479 

retifer, CatnlnB 214 

retifera, Mnrtena 278 

retractna, CryptotoDins 415 

xetropinnlB, CatostomuB 239 

MicrodesmnB 478 

OphichthuB 275 

retroaella^ Apogon 367 

TetroapiniaJPlectrypopB 338 

Tex, CatoatRnna . .' 239 

Percina 357 



reK-aalmonomm, Trachypterua . . 

RhacoohiloB 

toxotea 

Rhamdella . . , 

Bhamdia 

baronia-mulleri 

brachyptera 

godmani 

gnatemalenaia 

bypaelnra 

latioauda '. 

maoaguenaia 

microptera 

motaguenBis , 

nicaragnenaia ' , 

parryi 

petenensia , 

polycanla 

salvini 

wagneri 

Rhampbocottidffi 

Rhauiphocottua 

richardaoni 

Rbegnopteri 

BbenooB 

rbeaaodon, Arbacioaa 

rbin%RaJa 

RhineaomuB 

Rbinicbthys 

atronasoB 

orooeua ... 
lunatna . . . 
meleagris . 

cataractro 

dulcia 

aimns 

Rhinobatidn) 

Rbinobatua 

glaucoatigma 

lentiginoaiia 

leucorhynohna 

percelleDB 

planicepa 

prodactQB 

apinoaoa 

BDeillO ...a .««*•■ ••..« 

Rhinodontida> 

Rhinogobina 

flavna 

mexicanuB 

taiaaica 

Rhinoliparia 

barbalifer 

Rhinoncmua 

Rhinoptera 

bonaauB 

enaenadtt) 

ateindaobneri 

RhinoRcopelna 

andre» 

ooocoi 

rarna 

Rbinotriaoia 

heulei 

rbodocbloria, Sebaatodea 

rbodopua, Traohinotua , . . . 

rbodoroBy AaoelicbthyB 



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404 

404 

235 

234 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

235 

234 

446 

446 

446 

335 

387 

492 

222 

424 

261 

261 

261 

261 

262 

261 

261 

261 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

220 

218 

458 

458 

458 

458 

453 

453 

496 

225 

225 

225 

225 

800 

301 

300 

301 

215 

215 

431 

348 

446 



572 HHIPOBT O^' COMMISSIONER OF Vl»U AND FI8HEBIEB. 
/ndu to rJiecl-liil of !forfk Amiriimiifitht^^CoiitiaueA.. 



rbmliMiptlna, OobiMox 

rh(Hlot«rns, HolMwotiut 

RhodjnnDidalitliya 

doUohoguter. . 

rnbarrimiu 

rhnn.itlBUB, GnBthypotw 

ihoiiiheuB, (ienen 

RIlODlltoohlras 

oilaachir 

Rh<iiiilio|Miaoi(1e'a 

rhomlioiiles, I.a|i:oiton 

Trochlnotiu 

Ulii»iiboplit«a 

aarambens 

KhuiubuB 

pulouietw 

BimillimaB'"'.!^!".^!."".-! 

triacautbas 

s»titbumB 

RliODciseoi 

rbutheiu, Cottns 

rhotLipcns, Catoitouios 

Bhyuononi 1.8. 

ricei. CottiiB ., 

riabanlsoni, Astronrathra 

BLnrnphocotlai 

rioliurdxinii. Coregouu* 

RicLudwitiiiM 

rimator, Bath; bUiuia 

Kimioola 

pigeumanni 

TimoauH, Ktropus 

miicloricuria 

rlngpna, AtopooliuaH 

XanthicbthyB 

RiBsola 

inarginata 

livflrandi, Cygiriaodon Tariega 

rlroliaoa, Scriolit 

HvnlatiiB, Ctn-hit«8 

Hivuliia 

n.li.Tl'*!. Si|.boHtoina 

t..liU-tii,liiU-- 

niKuBliini, Mus..«ton)a 

Tobii.itiin, }ienJhi"itn>ftwt 

Fim<iiilii« 

KuceiiB 

roA'iTsi, rn<liiplin» 

iiouoador .............. .. 



Roneftdor, ■toftmal i 

UmLrtna i 

ronchos, nairiliella i 

RoDiIelctla ! 

Iilcolor ! 

ntmlelelii, Riaiinntm 2 

Uunduletlidit 1 

RuuqoilUB I 

jordntii I 

roaa<«a, MyotBro]»rcft I 

rotuceoH, Farallpaiis < 

SebaatoiiM ) 

ZalemliiiM ( 

rosx, Cloveliuidia I 

By^orbampbos i 

roauipinuis, NolropM : 

roseuH, Cryptotoniua , i 

OuDoellops ' 

Notropis i 

rHonotna i 

RosicoU I 

riMiipM, NoraciUicbtlifs 4 

Toatrala, AUrovimdla i 

Loricaria S 

Macdonaldia 1 

loBtratum, Cicblaaoma 4 

toBtratua, Bracb^opsia 4 

Cantbi^ster * 

I)at«rMticbaa J 

rotbrocki, Poroclinai I 

roiisMao, Sipboatoma i 

raber, BoiUanua fViIroa : 

Caranx ! 

ruberrima, Mvct«ropetca olfas I 

rnberrimuB, KhodTtneafcbthya I 

SobaatMlea t 

nibesceuB, Steinegeria '• 

rnbicnDdus, AripeiiBer 1 

H.vpaypopB -i 

mbiginoans. Cobioaox ' 

rnbio, I'riouutus ' 

mbra, Myrteropproa , '. 

rnbricrocetis, Tiotropia . ' 

rabrilraiiB, rnudalnB ! 

Hybopaia . ! 

N'otropia , i 

riibrirostriB, Catu-tyi t 

mbriviiictiia. Sebastoiloa ^ 

rnbroptiiictatns, Bcartea i 

1 uilis, Abudyrdnf i 

rofa, Harpe i 

ruRliDeutuiii. Ktheiiatoma ! 

riill]'iDtii», Exunanles ! 

riifuB, Coutroprialoa i 

HoIoi'eutniB aaoi'iiHloiiia ! 

Bnbiutodps < 

riicianiiiii, <!aleicbtbya i ! 

li.ir.ultt ' ' 

azalea J 

nii.estrc, Etbponlonia I 

.\ipbidi..u I 

niiiostris, Ambloplites ; 

iavifr<.tih.Anibloplitoa.. : 

Arbni'iiisa ^.... 



CHBCK-LIST OF NORTH AMEBICAN FISHES. 



573 



Index to cheek-liai of North American fiahea— Coutinned, 



Page. 

471 

stlantionB 471 

npiae«rtefly Hozostomft 243 

iweariiis 437 

meanyi 437 

nwnla, Scorpnns 433 

SntiloB 250 

bicolor 250 

boucardi 250 

oolambianiu 250 

olivaceos 250 

STiimietricos 250 

thobnmi 250 

nitiliis, Tetragonoptenu 266 

Kavettos 341 

pretiosaB 341 

Bypticus 379 

arenatas 379 

bicolor 379 

bistrispinuB 3H0 

coriaceiiB 379 

nigripinois 380 

BftponaceuB 379 

zanti 379 

labinA, DasyatU 224 

sabioBB, KotropiB 252 

sa'bnmey ChannodeB 471 

Saccopbarj'DgidiB 279 

Sacoopharynx 279 

ampollaceua 279 

sadina, EtramoiiB 281 

Sageniebtbya 395 

aaoylodon 395 

■agitta, Etbeoetoma 364 

Tyntlastes 461 

Mfnttola, GobioB 458 

•aida, BoreogadoB 493 

aalar,Salmo 290 

ooaaaniohe, Salmo 290 

Bebago, Salmo 290 

SalariiobtbyB 472 

textilis 172 

Salema 390 

BalieiiB, Oligoplites 313 

Salometa, Oligoplites 343 

gansea 245 

8almo 290 

fario 512 

gairdneri 291 

beardale«i 292 

creaceutis 292 

kamloopa : . . . 292 

irideuB 292 

oqua-bonita 292 

gilberti 292 

maaoni 292 

Bhaata 292 

Btonei 292 

mykiaa 291 

boiivieri 291 

clarkli 291 

gibbaii 291 

enahawi 291 

lewiai 291 

macdonaldi 291 

pleuritionB 291 

Bpilams 291 



Pace. 

Balmo mykiaa a tomiaa 291 

virgiualia 291 

aalar 290 

ouanauiche 290 

aebago 290 

tmtta levenenaia 512 

aalmoidoBy Micropterua 356 

Salmonidie 288,512 

Salmopercffi 329 

aaltatriz, Poiuatonma 349 

aaludanua, Notropia hudaoniua 254 

SalvelinuB 293 

alpinua 293 

alipea 293 

arctunia 293 

aureolua 293 

Btagnalia 293 

fontinalia 293 

agaaaizii 293 

malma 293 

oquaaaa 293 

maratoui 293 

nareai 293 

aalviniy Cotylopna 456 

Heroa 407 

libamdia 235 

aanctHs-heleno), Decapterua 345 

Lyoodoutia 277 

aanctsB-lnoiflB, Corvola 397 

aanotie-roaap, Ulvicola 473 

aancti-laurentil, Engy ophrya 501 

aancti-pauli, Ilolocentrua 338 

aanguineuB; Antennanua 509 

Pythonichthya 276 

aapidiaaima, Aloaa 282 

aap(»n Aceoa, Rypticiia 879 

Sarcora 220 

Sarda 840 

ohilenaia 840 

Barda 840 

aarda, Sarda 840 

aardina, Menidia 831 

Sardiuella 282 

SardineUa 282 

anchovia 282 

apicalia 282 

biachopi 282 

clapeola 282 

bumeralia 283 

macropb thalma 282 

Bardiua 282 

Btolifera 283 

thriaaina 282 

aargna, Diplodaa 390 

Sarritor 448 

frenatna 448 

leptorbyiichna 448 

Satanoperca 408 

craaailabria 408 

aatiricna, Neoclinna 467 

aaturiia, Sciiena ^ 399 

aaarua, Elopa 279 

OligopliteB 343 

Scombereaox 322 

8y no<lua 296 

BansBnrii. 'I' — ^^*^^ 350 

Bayaniu 270 



574 ItEPOliT Of COMMISSIONEH OF FISH AND F18HEBIM. 
Index la ehi^t'lUt ^ A'trrfA AiMirioan Jlikt$ — CouUuumI. 



buxkIIIlh, A1)U<l«filiif 410 

MeullcirrhuB 401 

•u inulit, Lyioduutu uvel UIub 279 

Seboalodw 130 

«ay, DwyaliB 231 

Buymnus, ApliTedodenu. S29 

Bt'uber, Aalennariiut BOB 

Ilexi^amiiiua 434 

•eabm-epi, Nutropu 258 

BDitbriniDnia. TotruKonoptema 2S7 

SonpbtThync hua 337 

plntorliynabiu... 327 

wrnphnpBia, Cii'lorbyuolina 4B8 

irikpnlana, Aolsotn-miu 3H6 

Tyloaunu 320 

SiaridiB 115 

SenrUUk 470 

BcMtoa.. 









Dracangft 4IT 

bollRuuii 417 

flittnilocu 418 

oraioenaia 41T 

ouEunilw ilT 

DTermsniil 418 

Bftromarglnfttua 418 

gnftthodea. ...... .......... 4IT 

pnnctiilatUB 417 

faeniDptenia 417 

triapluMtiJi 417 

votula 417 

il:l^pticaB, Notropia 2S9 

TriglopB 438 

StbcKlophilaH 352 

meduMpbagaN 353 

SobUbeoilu 231 

eleatberaa 234 

exilia 234 

fanobris 231 

rnritwus 2ftl 

gilbert) 231 



^": 



gphicwnii 

Bfhmiiltii. Hoplui 
Bch<i-ptJi, Aliitem 
Chilomi 
BfhombiirKkl, I'eii 
Sciudcicbtbj'S .. . 



231 



SciBHK aaturtia 

Saivnidm 

Soin-nopti 

oooUatua 

BoiaruH, Hadroptenu 

BemUa, Hadraptama . . 

Boierna, OptiioBciou 

■oilulk'epa, hjnodua 

BcituluB,rrionutiis 

Ni^iiirua, Diploctruni 

Hwiuulon 

8('lerod«nui 

SolerugnkthuB 






Souliodon 



lungnrio XIT 



BcslopiHiaaB, Nemicbthfa 

•rulopux, MaorarbamplMmia .. 
S<winL>eT 



BdOlublUB.. 

f^-umbeivaacidiB . . . . 

SMHubBrtiMMC .... 



Hoombwumoms 

coneol«r.... 
■naenlahia.. 
regalia 

Bcombridn 

scombriniiB, Decaptwoa 

Soombrnidoi 

t^dombropa 

•oombruB, guoniber 

Bt'opifer, PbenacobiuB 

BOO pH. Gnalhy pops 

SuOtlHEUB 

»K»«Yiii. 

cviBtalata 

gattBta 

fiistrio 

iaennia 

puQuosa. 

pi""i"i 



Sc'orpii'uiclilb ys 

umniiuratnB .. 

Srorprpiiidu" 

>tcorpimde8, Acantburottua . -- 
KcorpiuB, Acanlbocuttaa 



Sijih 



tro-icbdi 329 sriilim'i-, liaati 

1. FnniliilrtH 31J aciitiim. Acbi 



S» \ wvWa, ^«\Tov« - 2ri2 

^m\ fti^Wvo^mvil.™ IM. 



CHBCK-UST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES, 
/■dec to olted^iMt t^f yorth Aiaerieait /lahtt—CantimieA. 



jtaluhtbys 

minmB 
7t»iin» 

rtaliitid«B 

rtalophU 

MgOjSBlmo aalar. . 



bsBtictithys 



alotua 

atrorabeiiR . - . 
RtroTiTons-... 
•nrionUtiia .. 



ohloroatictna .. 
ohryMiiiielaa... 

oUiatuB 

ooiutellatDa . . . 

arameri 

diploproa 

dgeninukni ... 

dongfttna 

entomelas 



flATldna 

KilbOTtl 

gillii 

Eopkinal 

JonlaDi 

Wia 

nukcdoaaldl 

inaliger 

melanopB 

■netauoatomna . . 



mystinua 

nebaloaiiB 

nigrocittctuB .. 

paucispinia ... 
piuniKet 

proriger 

roHtnUliKer ... 
rhodochloriB ., 



rubnrriinus 130 

riihrivincms 431 

rafuB 429 

mpestriB 431 

euloolk 430 

BBmicinctOB 430 



aeniceps . . 



nmbrosoa .. 
vesillaria .. 
taoentnia .. 



Sebastolobas.. 



ijria 

Kebnatuaomiia 

Sectittur 

ofiyuma 

Mctntrii, Kypbosiis 

Bedentariiis, CliH'tudoa 

(laleiolitliys 

is, Brucfayupsia.. 



Selena 348 

(BTstedii 348 

vomer 318 

ndone, Notropia hudsoniaa 251 

twleaopH, IliodOD 380 

xelluris, Aoantbocottne 413 

Bwllifer, Irldio 413 

BemioinotnB, GillellnB 164 

Iridio 413 

Sabastodes 430 

Bemifasclatnm, TriaklB 215 

Bemfnolia, FtiDdnlnB 310 

aemiDDda, QBTmBDiiia 458 

Gila 247 

OvmDeleotTiB 466 

aeminndns, Lycodea 479 

semiacabet, Cottas 140 

SemotiluB 246 

atromaculatoB 246 

thoreau- 

ianua.. S17 

corporalia 316 

Henta,RBja 221 

BepteatrlonaliH, UaidiopsaiDB 196 

ierennm, Hybogudthoa 245 

Seriola 344 

doraalta 3U 

dnmenii 344 

falcata SU 

faaciata 341 

lalaodi 3U 

nwEatlaaa , 314 

rivoliana 314 

Eonata 311 

oarallneDsia 344 

Seriphna 393 

politDB 393 

aerpeoB, liempylaa 312 

■eipeotiDiu, Derichtbya 268 

LeploblBDDlna 476 

Mira, AlepiBamna 305 

8«rnHiidie 3T0 

aerrontildea, SebaatodM 138 

8«mrU 3Sa 



576 REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OP FISH AND FISHERIES. 

Iitdei la check-lilt of Svrlh Antrieanjiiha — Conlinood. 



MTrricApa, SebafltodiM 439 

•frrrlfeT, ODDwlnn 386 

Serrivomer 279 

bBanii 272 

nerriilA, ADiBoIrcmnB 386 

Cbalimira *98 

Ilailroptems acieraa S59 

Pseudopriacantttua _ SW 

MWBillcandu, MonolBue 503 

Ketarebea 434 

pannatiia ^ 134 

Htiger, Da«feotti<a 443 

Ktieeriu, Lopliiomua S08 

•etipinuiB, Vnuor 347 

Htoatu, Mngil _ 333 

OrSde* 42ti 

Mxfuaoiatnni, Haunulon 384 

■linata, Cottiis 439 

SalniD irldeiM aBii 

■liiifeldU, GobinB 457 

MancBliai 510 

sbiiuinrdi, CottogMter , 360 

NotroplB 264 

■i alia, Argentina 396 

Coivula 397 

BiboniB 347 

■Icolrer, Holoeentrua 338 

aLconluB, LnbidMtheB 332 

Sloya 456 

SiojaaoB 193 

Woydlum 465 

antillaram *" 






455 



aanliscna 

bracbycepbalDDi . 

califoniieuae 

cariuatum 

CBjenaenaa 

CTiaigDrum 

eluue 



fiRtalatiim 

florid^ 

fuHciim 

BTiBeolineatoin . . 



lep torhf nebaiu . . 

louisianis 

>nacka;i 



poeyl ..., 
pimatipiiu 
robertei .. 



Boovelli 

Binoloa: 

Btnrkrii 

aJHOowet, Cristtvouior nMiia;cuah- 

■lonnei, CbitnliiHlua 

Branragdiia, Erotelis 

OobluB 

Bmitliii, Cltolft 

eobsco, CaathidennlB. 

aooloa, Notropia 

HocorroonaiB, CliIoricbtbyB 

Holiindri, Acanthncybiuui 

BoleidiB 

Bulin,Lti|i{)miHaiiTitaH 



I itiii-roKoplialiiH. 

; soiiiLtai^ii, Anti^iiiiariuH ... 

flordidiis, CitlLarU'litbys. .. 

I Vcrili.a 

Hpndi'*i>n. I.aiii)iutrii 






■x.-jftWo\m\ -ll*' 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FH^^HES. 



677 



•••■/J» 



Index to rhecJc-Ust of North American fishes — Continued. 



sparoides, Pomoxis 

apathula, Polyodon 

•pecioensy Onathanodon 

Bpectabile, Etheostoma ccBrulenm. 

spectmm, Careproctus 

Osmerus mordax 

flpectruDeulas, Notropis 

specaliger, Exonautes 

Bpecaligera^ Lampadena 

Bpelflsas, Amblyopais 

Bpengleri, Spheroides 

Sphagebranchus 

anguiformis 

selacbops 

apbcnopfl, Pcpcilia 

Spheroides 

angasticops 

anuulatus 

politas 

formosus 

furthii 

lobatuB 

maculatus 

marmoratus 

pacby^aster 

Bpengleri 

testudinens 

trichocephalus 

Spbyraena 

argentea 

barracuda 

borealis 



ensis , 

guaguancbe 
picudilla .... 

spbyriena 

spbynena, Spbyra^na . . . 

Spbyrsenidn) 

8pbyra»nop8 

bairdianus. 

Spbyma , 

tibnro 

tudes , 



zygii^ua 

SphymidflB 

Spicara 

martlnica 

spilonotns, Monacanthus . 
spilopterus, Citbaricbtbys 
spilotas, CottuB 

Hypobomus 

spilamm, Cicblasoma 

BpiluruB, PoBcilia 

Saluio mykisB ... 

spinifer, Stolepborns 

spiniger, Icelua 

Spinivomer 

goodei 

spinoBuS; Calycilepidotufi. 

CbilomycteniB. . 

DaByscopeluB . . . 

Ecbinoruiuus... 

EumicrotremuB . 

Platopbrya 

RbinobatuB 

Bpirincbus 

gpixii, TacbysaniB 

P. B. 95 37 



P««e. 
353 
226 
347 
365 
452 
294 
253 
323 
299 
319 
425 
273 
273 
273 
318 
425 
425 
425 
426 
426 
426 
425 
425 
425 
426 
425 
425 
426 
334 
335 
334 
335 
334 
335 
335 
335 
335 
334 
368 
368 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
390 
390 
423 
503 
441 
359 
406 
318 
291 
286 
437 
273 
273 
439 
427 
301 
219 
449 
505 
220 
294 
231 



/ 



Bpixii, Vomer 

sploudens, Beryx 

splendida, Petenia 

apleniatuB, AniBotremaa 

apongioaa; Halieut»a 

Squalido) 

SqualuB 

aeantbiaa 

Bucklii 

aqaamatuB, Hypobomna 

Bquamicepa, Etbeoatoma 

squamilentua, Coueaiua 

Paralicbtbys. . 

Sqnamiplnnea 

Bquamipinnia, Cynoacion 

aquamoBiBBimua, PlagioBcion . 

Sqnatina 

Bquatina , 

squatina, Sqnatina 

Squatinidse 

atagnalia, SalveliDua alpinna. 

Starkaia 

cremnobatea 

atarkaii, Sipboatoma 

Statbmonotna 

bempbillii 

ateamai, Blenniua 

Priouotus 

Roucador 

atemdaobneri, Cbloricbtbya . 

Hiemulon 

Opbioblenniua 
Rliinoptera . . . 

Steinegeria 

rubeacena 

Steinegeridiu 

atelgidolepis, Macrourua 

Stelgia 

Tulaud 

8tellatu9| Apogonicbtbya 

Platicbtbya 

atelleri, Liparopa 

Stellerina 

. xyoatema 

atellifer, Fiindalua 

Stellifema 

atelliferoidea, Neobytbitea 

Stelliferas 

ericymba 

furlbi .• 

lllecebroaua 

lanceolatua , 

micropa 

oacitana 

Btellifer 

zeatocarna 

stellio, RbiDobatuB 

atellalata. Raja 

StenoduB 

mackenzii , 

Stenotomua 

aculeatua 

obryaopa 

Stephanoberycidie 

Stepbanoberyx 

irillii 



Page. 

348 
337 
405 
386 
511 
219 
219 
219 
219 
359 
366 
264 
500 
419 
394 
396 
220 
220 
220 
220 
293 
468 
468 
328 
473 
473 
470 
488 
399 
414 
384 
472 
225 
351 
351 
351 
497 
447 
447 
368 
606 
450 
447 
447 
311 
398 
485 
398 
398 
398 
898 
898 
898 
898 
898 
898 
220 
222 
290 
290 
888 
889 
888 
336 
336 
336 
336 



rr-^^wp^F" 



578 KEPORT pF COMM188I0XEK Ol' FISH AND FISIIERIES. 
Hdtt Id piKi-lm of Iforfh .iHrriifin /i>;>r)— l.:i>iitiun(<il. 



■lepbanoi 



S."?.': 



PriODOtiw.. 



487 
370 

gilJM 370 

flteniopt7cEldn< 3IW 

8t«mopt7x 30e 

diaphona 3(U 

Stichieiilw 175 

SticheeDs. !"• 



.?' 



atigm&, Ha;iiea-. 

■tlgmiua, Ulooentra 

•UemivuH, Clthariohtbjni 

Stlgmaticns, lolilas 

etiginatUlium, Lcpuphlilinm 

atli;:iuatiira, BoUmanDia 

atlgmittimta, OobinB 

NotropU 

StllbiMus 

(.'dwanhi 

■tilbiiu, Louruglusana 

KotropJB 

atilbostiffma, Prionodos 

■iip«B, Xthorina 

Stizoaledlon 

oanadeuso 



4HII 



Stolepbor 



nrejTophan 
brownii.,. 



:Dbaniiij 



caltmtnH .. 

cnrttia 

deticntiMiiu 
eKigDas 



mitchilli-... 
ope real aria . 
panaiiiunBia . 
perfasciatiiH 

lobertsi 



DifCT.. 



Htrabo, OphinMlon 

Hlriatutn. Itatbyitnuia 

vtriatuB, Con troprltitMi 

Cbiplodun 

Epiticpbdiiii 

llypwitiloauJDa 

striatuluB, Brrcoii 

Htrictirnatin, Kptiimk 

8tri|;atuiii, Sparisomii 

■iTigatus, AotvanariiiB 

Uolilna 

Prioootna 

$tri>niat4<idai 

Btnitnoaiis, Gobleaox 

aturio. Acipenafir 

StuTiaoma . 

Stygifiola 

8tj'lephorid:ii 

Stflephorus 

cbordutoa 

Btflifer, Illppootuupas 

Stjrpodon 

•Ignircr 

aiibffiniiAlia, CoTmla 

snbbifiucatu, Ulvaria 

BUbliKariiiR, nulea 

Knborliitalia, Hulot'eulraa 

PlmtroniDS 

Bnliloiranon, Lncifun 

siibteTritneiiN, Typhlichthys. . 

BiinetCa, ETlmyKon 

oblonffiia, ErlmynMi. 
Biioklii, Suiialns 

8iuli8 

iutarmediiiB 

rin|{»nB 

eiienannll, ChiloTbiDDs 

•ulUamBD, C'BDthiilermU 

•urinameDBLH, AniiMitreninB... 

Ltalrachuidea.. 

Gkleichtbya ... 

Lobotes 

• PlOKioBcion -.. 
■oBniuD, Dokosotna 

Swttini'tt 

swnnii, HothracnnxiB 

8irai>iiiiD,>a.l-JtIio.>MoTna 

8vaciiini -... 

lalil'niiH 

ovalo .....','...*!.-!! 

Syinbrancbift ..- 

Symbruncbiiliit 

8yuibniiicbiia 

Bymmclrinis, 

Syniiihurna 

elciDi-iilna ... 



CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



579 



Index to oheck-Uat of North American fishes — Continued. 



Page. 

Symphoms leei 607 

marginatuB 507 

nebulosus 508 

piger 508 

plagiosa 508 

plagusia 508 

pusTUua 508 

-willlamsi 508 

•ynagris, Neomsenis 382 

Sjnaphobrancbida) 269 

Synaphobranchus 269 

pinnatas 269 

Synapteretmus..'. 298 

Syncbims 445 

gilli 445 

Synentognatbl 319 

Syngnatbi 326 

Syngnatbidffi 326 

SyngnatbuB 328 

seqaoream 328 

SjnodontidsB 296 

SynodoB 296 

evermanni 296 

fcBtens 297 

intermedins 296 

jenkinsi 297 

lacertinus 296 

luciocepB 297 

poeyi 296 

sanruB 296 

Bcituliceps 296 

synoduB 296 

Bynodns, 8ynoduB 296 

tabacaria, FiBtnlaria 325 

tnbacariuB, I^ionodes 378 

TacbysuruB 231 

liBBUB 231 

fnrtbii 231 

liropuB 231 

melanopns 231 

multiradiatus 231 

nucbaliB 231 

spizii 231 

vanoloBUB 231 

t»nia, Rbodymeniobtbys 474 

t«eniatu8, AniBotremuB 386 

Cbirocentrodon 283 

Evozymetopon 342 

tceniopteros, Platopbrys 505 

ScaruB 417 

tffiniopB, BodianoB 371 

T»nioaomi 490 

T»niotoca 404 

lateralis 404 

taboensiB, CatostomuB 239 

taiasica, Rbinogobius 458 

TaliBmania ^.. 287 

ffiquatoriB 287 

antillarum 287 

Taractes 350 

BanaBorii 350 

TarandiobtbyB 436 

cavifrons 436 

filamentoBUB 436 

tennis 436 

taraacornm, Al^ansea 245 

TarletoDbeania 302 



Tarletonbeauia crenularis 

teniia 

Tarpon 

atlanticuB 

tan, Opsansis 

Tauriuea 

tanrmns, Calamus 

tanrus, Abudefduf 

Tautoga 

onitis 

TautogolabruB *. 

adspersuB 

taylori, Cbilara 

Tectospondyli 

Teleostei 

TeleoBtomi 

telescopuBy Notropief 

arcansanuSy Notropiu . 
temminckianuB, Sciadeicbtbys — 

tenebroBUB, Alepocepbalus 

AntennariuB 

tenua, Tarletonbeauia 

tenuis, Leurestbes 

Phy cis 

Tarandicbtbys 

teretulus, Pbenucobius 

tergisuB, Hiodon 

terrse-novae, Scoliodon 

teflsellatum, Etbeostoma 

testudineuB, Spberoides 

tetracantbuB, Heros 

Tetragonopterus 

aeneus 

argentatus 

brevimanuH 

humilis 



niexicanuB 

mlcropbtbalmus 
oBrstedii 



panamenBis , 
petenensis .. 

rutilus 

scabripinnis . 



TetragonoptruB 

Tetragonuridte 

Tetragonurus 

cuvieri 

Tetranarce 

californica 

ocoidentalis 

tetranema, HybopBis 

TetraodontidsD 

Tetrapturos , 

ampins 

imperator 

tetropbtbalmus, Lioglossina 

Teutbiidida) 

Teutbis 

babianus 

coemleuB 

crestonis 

bepatus 

triostegns 

tezanns, Notro])iB 

textiliH, Salariicbtbys 

tbalasBinum, Etbeostoma . . . 
MoxoBtoma 



Paise. 

302 
302 
279 
279 
466 
440 
389 
410 
411 
411 
411 
411 
482 
220 
228 
226 
258 
258 
229 
287 
509 
302 
332 
495 
436 
260 
280 
217 
364 
425 
408 
266 
266 
267 
267 
267 
267 
266 
267 
266 
267 
266 
267 
420 
352 
352 
352 
222 
222 
222 
263 
425 
343 
343 
343 
502 
421 
421 
421 
421 
421 
421 
421 
255 
472 
363 
242 



REPORT OP C0MMTS8I0NEB OF FISH AND FISHERIES. 
HI trica» fi»kt» — C on tinued . 



iMleai to vheck-Jiai 0/ Xortk Jhi. 
Piiw. 



tbulMoiniis, CynoflctoQ... 

Microgobiiu 

ThulusBopbrynB 

tnnculiMW 

retionlata 

Thiileinbtb;a 

pncillcns 

tlialeiuhthjTB, OBtncriu 

tliitzntd, Anxia 

TLeraps 

iiTogaluiB 

thennnliB, PiDoilia 

thela. Umpbna 

thnbnriii, Ungil 

PnrToeliDiu 

Rutiliia 

thompHoni, Carpiodea 

TrlglopHis 

tkomaonii. CuttunQutus 

tliorunniunuB, Semotilas iLtrom»- 

OulutUB 

thriBBiua, SuTdinoIIa 

TlitmuuB 

tbjnuuB .... 

Tb}*lll»lU(lI<^ 

TbytDKllnB 

□atarienBis 

raontAunfl .. 

■ignltbr 

thynniiB, Ttumuns 

Thyrina 



Tr»t!biiiotuB glftuons 

eoodei 

Keunedfi 

pftlouift 

rliodopita 

rbomhoidca 

trncb urn. Raja 

TrtKibDropB 

crumenopblbblmiu . 

Trucburae 

pictaratns 

traobama 

tracknrns, Trftcbuma 

tnLubypotnft, MyrlpriBba 

, TraoliypteridiB 

TratbjptetuB 

rex-salmonoram . . 

I Trachyrhjncbns 

belolepia 

tranamontantt, Colambia 

tranamontamia, AcipeDBcr 

tntaki. llvaterocoipus 

TriaraDluidiP 

triaoautliDB, Hbonibna 

XeQObhirnH .. 

Triakia 

wniifltscfatnm 

tribnlna, Prionotna 

Triclitaridie 

Triobiorae 

leptuniB 

triobooephftltu, Spheroldea 



i»tenal» 



Tri,Ini.lic)doii . 
aSL' I Trichddou . . 






(■aiiii'loparilaliB, Myrtuto- 



tii»'.-ll:i,Aljii.i„eii.... 
tippfi'iitiiKt, Kllipnatoii 
torii.o.1. Mirr-uiidiiH.. 
tiipi'k!!. Nutrojiia 



CHECK-LIST OP NORTH AMERICAN FISHES. 



581 



Index to oheok-list of North American fishes — Coutinaed. 



triserialiB, Ophichthus 275 

triseriatns, Platyrbinoidis 221 

Trisotropis 373 

trispiooBus, Odontopyxis 448 

Scarus, 417 

tristceclius, Lepisosteus 227 

tropioiis, Lepisosteus 227 

Tropidiniua 382 

troscheliy Heros 408 

8oiadeicbtby8... 229 

tmcnlentus, Cbloropbthalmus 297 

tniocata^ Kauzania 427 

tmncatam, Sparisoma 417 

tmncatns, Blennius 470 

Trutta 291 

tmtta levenensis, Salmo 512 

tschawytscba, Oncorbyncbus 290 

tades, Spbyrna 217 

tnllibee; Ar^rosomus 289 

bisselli, Argyrosomas 289 

tauicata, Liparis 451 

tumeric Lycodalepis 480 

taBcnmbia, Psycbromaater 366 

TyloBuniB 319 

acufl 320 

almeida 320 

aDffusticeps 320 

ardeola 320 

caribbiBUB 321 

diplot]£nia 320 

euryopB 320 

exiliB 320 

fodiator 320 

galeatuB 320 

marinuB 320 

mioropB 320 

uotatuB 319 

pacificuB 320 

rapbidoma 320 

BcapulariB 320 

Btolzmanni 320 

timacu 320 

Tyntlastes 461 

brevJB 461 

Bugitta 461 

Typblicbtbys 319 

BubterraneuB 319 

TypblogobiuB 461 

califomienBiB 461 

typicu8,OpbioBcion 398 

tyrannuB, aurea, Breyoortia 283 

breyicaudata, Breyoortia. 283 

Breyoortia 283 

patronaB; Breyoortia 283 

nbleri, CitbaricbtbyB 603 

Ulaema 391 

lefroyi 391 

Ulca -145 

mannorata 445 

Ulciiia 449 

Ulocentra 360 

gilbert! 360 

bistrio 360 

pblox 360 

Bimotera 360 

Btigmaea 360 

yerecunda 360 



Page. 

olocbir, ParalipariB 453 

nlyae, XipblBtes 475 

Ulyaria ' 475 

Bubbifnrcata 475 

Ulyicola " 473 

BanctsB-roBfB 473 

umatilla, Agoaia 262 

Umbra 308 

limi 308 

py gm»ea 308 

umbratUiB, NotropiB 260 

ardenB, NotropiB 260 

atripes, NotropiB 260 

cyaDocepbaluB, Notro- 

pis 260 

faBciolariB, NotropiB . . . 260 

ly tbruniBy NotropiB 260 

matutinuB, NotropiB . . . 260 
pnnctulatuB, N o t r o - 

piB 260 

UmbridflB 308 

umbrifer, UrolopbuB 223 

Umbrina 400 

brouBBonnetii 400 

ooroides 400 

dorBalis 400 

galapagorum 400 

roncador 400 

BinalofB 400 

zanti 400 

ombroBaBy Eauea acaminatuB 402 

SebaBtodee 430 

Umbrula 401 

anoinatoB, ArtedielluB 437 

ancompab^e. Xy rancben 241 

nndecimaliB, CentropomuB 369 

undulatUB, Menticirrbus 401 

Micropoffon 399 

anicolor, Apionicnthys 507 

Hypoplectnis 875 

aberrans, Hy poplectruB . . 376 

acoenBnBy Hypoplectms . . 376 

affiniB, Hypoplectms 376 

boyinuBy HypoplectniB . . . 376 

chlomruB, Hypoplectms. 376 

orocotuB, HypoplectrnB . . 375 
gummigutta, Hypopleo- 

truB 375 

gnttayarius, Hypoplec- 

truB 375 

indigo, HypoplectruB 376 

nigricans, Hypoplectras . 376 

Petromyzon marinuB 212 

pinniyariaB^HypopleotraB 375 

pnella, Hypoplectms 375 

yitulin us, Hypoplectras . . 375 

nnioorais, Citbarichtbys 503 

nnifasciatuB, llyporbampbus 821 

UDimaculatuB, Arcbosargas 390 

aninotatuB, Glaridicbtbys 817 

nniouensis, Centropomus 369 

uniyitatus, Apodichtbys 473 

Upeneos 839 

dentatus 339 

grand isquamis 339 

maculatuB 339 

martinicas ....\ 339 



582 REPOET OP COMMISSIONHR OF Kisn AND FISHEltlES. 
Index to cfHxk-litI of Xarlli. AiH. 

fmtfk 

Ulieneus piuvas 380 

xauthogiBininus 3S9 

arwiHiths, Lurii^Kriu 2S6 

Unleptaa 4B5 

tnanUdi 496 

nnuiideB 441 

bendiroi 441 

44! 



franklini 

Cilia 441 
441 

kumliemi 441 

marKtnuta 441 

inidcB, Cotloguater 360 

nranops, PlieiiacubiuH ^t 

UrnnoBcopidip 165 

ntBooHoopna, Mancaliaa 610 

UraspU M7 

Vtocoagot 



Uroloiihns 



270 



aBpidimia 223 

astarina 333 

soode! 223 

Kftlleri 223 

JamfticensU 233 

mandua 223 

QabulMiia 323 

rogerai 223 

nmbriftr 233 

nroplitiiftlmiis, Haras 408 

Uiapt«i7gliia 370 

nectnros 279 

nrna, IctioiinB 2^7 

Dstus, CrfptatoDiue 41S 

nt<-r, CntuluB 214 

Tiller, Mymjiliia 'JTA 

vaurans, Klrtliindia 'SM 

Talili, Ly codes 47'J 

Vailliintiji mil 

VdleacteiirielliiB 30L' 

tripiinctuljitiis... WJ 



'.i&2 



viiriatniii, Etlii'iiatonm 

Ynriatiis, CIiBrnrodOD 

vnrieKatii. Loricnrin ~'M 

vuriogiitua, Cyprinndiiii :il I 

rivcreiidi, Cyiirtiioiloii. :il 1 

TitriolMaa.Tai'liyMiiniH J31 

VJiriiis, Maln('i«;tciiiM -Hi" 

velifer, Carpi oilett ZiH 

Lota arc] I IIS l-'T 1 

velifero, AgoHiii L'li-' 

vplox. Eiile|iturii(i[ii|.liii^ :"2l 

vpTinilnriim, Mvi-toropcrcii liTr. 

Veiiuliuu L'T:; 

prncerii L'TL' 

ToncniiHii, Myctnrojiorca ilill 

tti;iin, M.vctiiri)iier(.'ii :i7 1 

ventnilia, DinoTiinticlitlivM .- 1^1 

N.)vftciilli:litliy8 Ill 

Trirlifmnotta TiHl 

vonlricnaiiN, ('vclii|iicnrlillnn ir>(i 

voiiiiHiii, Kimiiei-ki:i 1 1 ;( 

I,.i.':iui^t :ii:! 



verpcunduiD, Lppidion .. 

Verilui 

aotdidas 

Itendalli 

TarmiotilariB, OphiossloD 

vermiDulBtua.LuBiuB 

VQtmifomiiH, Nnooonger 

verrilli, Lypodontia 

veirillii, Ljocuclielya 

vorruoosns, AottDtbooottiia 

Drncbyopsia 

versLoolur, MoIucor'teuiiB 

Pu'cilio 

vpTtiirali a, Pleuroni eolith ytt 

TBspBrtilio, Ogcoeepbalua 

vetemuB, PodotheouB 

«etiila, Boliatoa 

Scaraa 

vetnlna. Paropbrya 

veiillare. Boleosotna nigrum. . 

voxillaria, Sebaatodes 

vexillariiiB, Koloeeutnia 

Tlo<nalU, IceliiB 

vloiaus, iiyoodontla 

Uroconger 

Tigll, loft _ 

TigUas, Chola 

Vfllariua 

ditgraj , 

pricoi 

TiUunB, Hftllotiu, 

rlDoento, Sicydinm 

Vinciguoma 

ottemiatn 

viiu'tuB, I(len!iiii,-i _ 

FLimi'iiiTiH;."..";.'.'.';"! 

rin<.l,.tHLi«, I.iMlio(rc..iui^ 

'k.,uea... '.'.'.'/.'.'. '..'.'.'.'.'.'. 

VLiiliifruu. <.'.;l>|.ilii'htlivB 

EBtol;ir....' 

viri-ij-, Chlori.lillMS 

I'l.lliichina' 

i-irtsccus, C> niwi-'inn 

Lji'iHloiitis 

virgiituiii, KlIifiiBlDjiia 

Tir;;at.nf, Delolupis 

virsiiiiiili-, SiiliiiiimykiaH 

I'olydiiL'tyliia 

viridls, CViitr(i|miiiiiri 

Kvoiilitua 

<;v I'lis 

vitrna. ].i:i 

vht:itUS,i;iiiiiit'-hVliihy~". .'.'."!!! 
VIVMUUa, "Biiiiiiiit-liiiiB 




i^ 



CHECK-LIST OP NOETH AMEBIC AN FISHES. 



583 



Index to check-Hat of North American fiehee^Continned, 



laga 

yirax, Ammocry pta pellucida 362 

vivipara, Pcecilia 317 

vol itans, Cephalacau thus 489 

Exoccetus 322 

volucellus, Notropis 252 

Vomer 347 

doFBalis 347 

setipinnis 347 

spixii 348 

vomer, Selene 348 

vulgaris, Ameiurus 233 

Yulneratum, Etbeostoina 363 

vnlpes, Albula 280 

Alopias 217 

y nlsiculuB 489 

iinberbis 489 

vulsus, Stelfjis 447 

wagneri, Rhauidia 234 

watauga, Hybopsis 264 

-webbii, OphioblenniuB 472 

whipplii, Etbeostoma 366 

Notropis 266 

wilder!^ Lanipetra 212 

williamsi, Symphurus 508 

williamsoui, Coregonua 288 

cismontanns, Corego- 
nua 288 

Gasterosteus 325 

microcepbalus, G a s- 

teroHteus 325 

"willoujfhby i, Acrotus 352 

willugbbeii, CautbidermiB 423 

woolmani, Paralichthya 500 

xiPnocepbalus. Notropis 258 

xa>nurus, Notropis 256 

xaniuruH, Catulns 214 

Xauthichtbys 423 

men to 423 

ringeus 423 

xantbogrammus, Upeneus 339 

xantbops, Odontoscion 396 

xantbosticta, Mycteroperca bouaci 374 

xantboHtigma, Cithariobthys 502 

xantbulns, Cynoscion 395 

xautburuS; Leiostomus 399 

Kbombns 351 

xanti, LabrisomuB 468 

Rypticus 379 

Umbrina 400 

Xeuicbtbys 383 

xenarcba, Mycteroperca 374 

Xenarchi . . .' 329 

Xeuicbtbys 383 

agassizii 383 

xanti 383 

Xenisma 310 

xenisma, Prionotus 487 

XeniHtius 383 

californieDsis 383 

Xeuocbirus 448 

alascanns 448 

latifrons 448 

pentiicautbus 448 

triacautbus 448 

Xenocys 38? 

Jessiro 383 

xcnodon, Calotomu^ 415 



Xenomi 308 

Xenomystax 271 

atrarius 271 

xenoptems, Cypsilurus 323 

Xenopterygii 491 

xenostetbus, Triglops 438 

Xenotis 355 

xenura, Knblia 357 

Xererpes 473 

fucorum 473 

Xesurus 421 

clariouis 421 

laticlaviuB 421 

punctatus 421 

Xiphias 343 

gladius 343 

Xipbidion 475 

mucosum 475 

rapestre 475 

Xipbidiid» 473 

Xiphiid» 343 

Xipbistes 475 

chims 475 

nlv SB 475 

Xipbophorus 319 

guntheri 819 

belleri 819 

xyosterua, Stellerina 447 

Xyrauchen 341 

cypbo 241 

uncompabgre 241 

Xyricbtbys 415 

modestus 415 

mundiceps 415 

psittaouB 415 

xyris, Sebastopsis 432 

Xyrala 414 

jeBsisB 414 

Xystaema 891 

ciueream 891 

xyster, Zapteryx 221 

Xystes 448 

axinopbrys 448 

Xystreurys 500 

liolepis 500 

xystrodoD, Sparisoma 416 

XyBtroperca 874 

Xystroplites 856 

y-cauda, Quietnla 460 

y-griecum, Astroscopus 465 

Yanella 803 

blackfordi 803 

yarrowi, Agosia 262 

Yuriria 264 

zacentrus, Sebastodes 431 

zacbiniB, Glyptocepbalus 506 

Zaclemus 401 

ZalembiuB 403 

rosaceuB 403 

Zalieutes 511 

elater 511 

Zalypuos 459 

cyclolepis 459 

embleuiaticuB 459 

ZanclidaB 421 

Zauclus 421 

comutus 421 



584 BEE'ORT OF COUMIBSIOKEB OF FISB AND FtSHKBIES. 
/adM to vkaek-litt ^ Sorlh dmrricam lC(Ji««-~C<nitlAiied. 



iMuiilsrl, Argyjocottuv til 

Zuiiolvpl* IX> 

tnumtoM tSD 

Intipiuni* US 

Zaprork 352 

sileniu 363 

Z»prtitiilw 302 

ZapUrys 231 

i-xaaperBtuB 231 

xyster 221 

Cfllira. Arbu'ioaa iU3 

GobiDB (57 

Peroina capradm 358 

(•lirioiu, FnndnlDB 310 

Ztild* 418 

lial»t«a, DactjloMopiis 105 

ZmiIod 418 

holnlepis 418 

418 



ooellatus 

Zw>ld«l 418 

tMpbf rcns, PiiKtla SEM) 

Mpliyrlus, AntDMoopuK 46(i 

ZMtiutliu 448 

prorundornin 143 

«,8telliforuB 3»" 



KMtUB, Nebrifl 

ZunrcpB 

uiiKuillttri* 

zowcbaB, LyoodM 

ZoBrcido- 

zoiuUe, Ktlu-oatom* 

ArcBDUnaui, EtIinMtoaiH . . 
lanala, Seriola 

FsroIinensiB, Serlola 

Eonitluni, ElnMuma 

zuuaViu, (^lii*^VoctipI«raa 

NotropU 

ZoiuchIliy« 

xuuitar, Erilapia 

Eouip«L'tiu, FoiuMsnltiua 

luDistlus. Notropifl 

umopa, JurdkDia 

ICuuusviuii 

EODutoa, Mftlftooootloa 

loplicwhlr, Opliichlbii* 

ciM>t«nf>, Ulppuciuiipue 

KWtoniro, Ev«riu*uui» 

rrgrun, rtpbyrnm 

ZygoDacttv 

tjtoptonu, QcleoiliiiiaB 



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