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TABLE OF CONTENTS TO PLATES. 



VOLUME IL 
REPTILI A— PISCES. 



REPTILIA. Vol. II. Page 

PJate 1. Fig. 1. — Hemidactylus marginatus, Cuv. . . .36 

Fig. 2. — Uropeltis Cevlanicus, Nob. . . .50 

Fig. 3. — Dacttlethra Capensis {The Thimble or Cape Frog) . 69 

Plate 2, Fig. 1. — Testudo depressa, Cuv. . . -6 

Fig. 2. — Head of the Testudo clausa . • • 6 

Fig. 3. — Emys concinna, Le Conte. Taken from a Young Specimen . g 

Fig. 4. — Chelonia virgata, Nob. . . . .8 

Fig. 5, — Chelys FIMBRIA. Gm. (The Fringed Tortoise) . . g 

Fig. 6. — Tryonix Gangeticus, Duv. ( The Tyrse of the Ganges) . IQ 

Fig. 7. — Tryonix ^egyptiacus, Geoff. {The Soft-shelled Tortoise of 

the Nile) . . . . .9 

Plate 3. Fig. 1. — Crocodilus biporcatus, Cuv. (The Double-crested Crocodile) I4 
Fig. 2. — Head of Alligator sclerops, Cuv. {The Spec cle Alligator) 15 
Fig. 3. — Head of Gavialis tenuirostris, Cuv. . . J3 

Plate 4. Fig. 1 . — Testudo serrata, Daud. . . • . 6 

Fig. 2. — Testudo mydas, Lin. {The Common Turtle) . . g 

Fig. 3. — Testudo cepediana, Daud.* . . .8 

Fig. 4. — Testudo caretta, Gm. . . • . 8 

Fig. 5. — Testudo coriacea, Lin. {The Coriacous Turtle) . . 9 

Fig. 6. — Testudo ferox, Penn. {The Soft-shelled Tortoise of America) 9 

Plate 5. Fig. 1. — Testudo fimbria, Gm. . . • . 9 

Fig. 2. — Testudo serpentina, Lin. {The Snapper) . . y 

Fig. 3. — Testudo luteola, Daud.f . . , 

Fig. 4. — Testudo stellata, Schoepf. . . . . 6 

Fig. 5. — Testudo geometrica, Lin. {Tlie Geometrica) . . 5 

Fig. 6. — Testudo imbricata, Lin, {The Hawk-billtd Tortoise) . 8 

Fig. 7. — Testudo radiata, Shaw. {The Coui) . . 6 

Plate 6. Fig. 1. — AuElV a {The American Lizard) . . . 19 

Fig. 2. — The Scales of the Belly of a Sauvegarde . . ig 

Fig. 3. — Centropyx calcaratus {The Spurred Centropyx) . 19 

2nd. Plate 6. Figs. 1, 2, 3.— Head of the Great Python of Java . . 53 

Figs. 4, 5, ft. — Head of a Rattle-snake . . • 57 

Plate 7- Fig. 1. — Monita crocodilinus, Merr. {The Great Dragon of Lacep.) 18 
Fig. 2. — TuPiNAMBis albigularis, Daud. {The White-throated Mo- 
nitor) . . . . -17 
Fig. 3. — Lackrta magnificus, Seba, {The Beautiful Monitor) , ij 

Plate 8. Fig. 1. — Lacerta ocellata, Daud. {The Ocellated Lizard) , JJO 

Fig. 2. — Lacerta viridis, Daud. {The Green Lizard) . . 20 

Fig. 3. — Lacerta stirfium, Daud. . . .20 

• This species figured by Daudin, closely approximates to the young ef the Testudo 
Imbricata. 

t See Daudia Hist. Nat. des Rep., Tom. 2, p. 277. 

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Plate 9, Fig. 1. — Trapelus jegyptius {The Mutable Agama) Young specimen 24 

Fig. 2. — Trapelus jegyptius, GeolF. N. S, . . .24 

Fig. 3. — Lacerta calotes, Lia . . . .25 

Plate 10. Fig. 1. Monitor gemmatus,* In the collection of the French Mu- 
seum . . . . . . 17 

Pig, 2. — Drac^na bicarinata; Lacerta Bicarinata . . 15 

Plate 11. Fig. 1. — Lacerta agilis, Lin. {The Common European Lizard) . 20 
Fig. 2. — Algyra BARBARiCA, Cuv.; Lacerta algyra, Lin. . 20 

Fig. 3. Tachydromus ocellatus, Daud. (The Ocellated Swift 

Lizard) . . . .20 

Plate 12. Fig. 1. — Cordylus microlepidopus . . . .21 

Fig. 2. — Head of the Stellio vulgaris, (The Common Stellio) . 22 
Fig. 3. — DoRYPHORUs brevicauuatus, (The Short-tailed Dorypho- 

ruso/ Daud) . . . .22 

Fig. 4. — Uromastix reticulatus, (The Reticulated Stellio of Ben- 
gal) . . . . ■ . 22 

Plate 13. Fig. 1. — Lacerta vittata, Gm. (The White-banded Gecko) . 35 

Fig. 2. — Stellio fimbriatus, Sch. (The Fnnged Gecko) . . 37 

Fig. 3. — Stellio gecko, Sch. (The JVhite-spotted Gecko) . 35 

Fig. 4. — Gecko l^vis, D. (The Smooth Gecko) . . . 36 

Plate 14. Fig. 1. — Anolius velifer, Cuv. (The Great-crested Anolius) . 31 

Fig. 2. — EcPHiMOTUS tuberculata, (The Tuberculated Ecphimo- 

tes) . . . . .30 

Fig. 3. — Ophirus torquatus, Cuv. (The Black- collared Grey Quetz- 

paleo) . . . . .30 

Plate 15. Fig. 1. — Anolius velifer, (The Great-crested Anolius) Another view 

see PI. 14. . . . . . 31 

Fig. 2. — XtiOLivs ^avESTRis, (The Equestrian Anolius) . . 31 

Fig. 3. — Gecko inungius, (The Nailless Gecko) . . . 34 

Fig. 4. — Gecko ocellatus, (The Ocellated Gecko) . . 34 

Fig. 5. — Gecko cepeuianus, (The Cepedian Gecko) . . 34 

Plate 16. Fig. 1. — Physignathus cocincinus, Nob. (The Phy signal h) . 26 
Fig. 2. — Sitanaponticeriana, Cuv. (TAe /St7an) . . 28 
Fig. 3. — Iguana cychlura, Cuv. (The Carolina or Arm-tailed Igu- 
ana) . . . . . . 29 

Plate 16, Fig. 1. — Agama Jacksoniensis, (The Bachelor) In the collection 

of the French Museum . . .23 

Fig. 2. — Leiopelis guttatus, Cuv, (The Striped Leiolepis) . 24 

Fig. 3. — Calotes GVTTVROSA (The Crested Agama) . . 25 

Plate 18. Fig, 1. — Brachylophus fasciatus (The Banded Aguana) . 2G 

Fig. 2. — Istiurus Cochinsinensis, Vale. (The Istiurus or Lophura 

of Cochin China) In the collection of the French Museum 27 

Plate 19. Fig. 1. — Ophryessa superciliosa . . .29 

Fig, 2. — Lyriocephalus margaritaceus, Mer. . . 26 

• This is a species which approaches in its peculiarities of conformation the Lacerta 
Bivittata of Kuhl. 



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Plate 20. Figs. 1, 2, 3.— Head of a CECILIA . . . .65 

Figs. 4, 5, 6. — Head of an Amphisb^na (TAc DouWe-waZJter) . 48 

Figs. 7« 8, 9. — Head of an Ophisaurus . . .46 

Plate 21. Fig. 1. — Draco fimbriatus (The Dragon) . ... 27 

Fig. 2. SiTANA PONTICERIANA (T/te Sitan) . . .27 

Plate 22. Fig. I. — Iguana nudicollis, Cuv. (Tlie Naked Aguana) . . 29 

Fig. 2. — Basiliscus ; Lacerta basiliscus, Lin. {Tlie Basilisk) . 30 

Fig. 3. — PoLYCHRUs iMARMORATUR, Lin. (The Marbled Lizard) . . 30 

Plate 23. Fig. 1. — Hemidactylus tuberculosus, Daud. (The Spotted Hemi- 

dactylus) . . . . . 36 

Plate 24. Fig. 1. — Phyllurus platurus, White. . . .38 

Fig. 2 — Foot of the Platydactylus inunguis • , .34 

Fig. 3. — Foot of the Hemidactylus trihedrus .• . .36 

Fig. 4. — Foot of the Thecadactylus . . . .36 

Fig. 5. — Foot of the Ptyodactylus LOBATUs . . .37 

Fig. 6. — Foot of the Spheroidactylus . . . .38 

Fig. 7. — Foot of the Stenodactylus guttatus . . . 38 

Plate 25. Fig. 1. — Tortrix maculata, Lin. (The Variegated Tortrix of America) 50 
Fig. 2. — Boa canina, Lin. (The Canine Boa) . . .52 

Fig. 3. — Tail of the Ukopeltis Ceylanicus, Cuv. (The Uropeltis of 

Ceylon) . . . . .50 

Plate 25. bis. Fig. 1. — Cham^leo Africanus (The Common Chameleon) . . 39 
Fig. 2. — SciNcus C/ELESTiNis, Valenc. (The Blue Seine) In the 

collection of the French Museum . , ,41 

Fig. 8. — Seps striata (The Striped Seps) . . .42 

Plate 2G. Fig. 1.— Erix bengalensis, Merr. (The Hairy Serpent of Bengal) 52 
Fig. 2. — Head of the Scytale coronata, Merr. (The Crowned Syc- 

tale or False Boa) . . . .52 

Fig. 3. — Erpeton tentaculatus, Lacep. (The Tentaculated Serpent) 53 

Plate 2G. bis. Fig. 1. — Bipes lepidopodus, Lacep. (The Two-footed Lepidopodus)^^ 
Fig. 2. — Chalcis tetradactyla, Lacep. . . .44 

Fig. 3.— Chirotes canaliculatus, Lacep. . . 44 

Plato 27. Fig. l.—PsEUDoPus DuRViLLii (T/je Fa/se-/oo< o/Durville) . . 46 
Fig. 2. — Head of the Angvis fragilis, Lin. (The Common Blind 

uorm of Europe) . . . .47 

Fig. 3. — Acontias meleagris, Lin. (The Darting Serpent of the Cape 

of Good Hope) . . . .47 

Plate 28. Fig. 1. — Amphisb^na filiginosa, Lin. (The Double-ivalktr) . 48 
Fig. 2. — Typhlops cinereus, Schn. (The Blind Serpent o/'Schneider) 49 

Plate 29. Fig. 1. — Vipera berus, Lin. (The common Viper) . . 59 

Fig. 2. — Crotalus horridus, Lin. (The Diamond Rattle-snake) . 59 

Plate 30. Fig. 1. — Trimeresurus tortor, Less. (The Winding Trimeresurus). 62 
Fig. 2. — Acanthophis cerastinus, Daud. (The Venomous Acan- 

thophis) . . . . .62 

Plate 31. Fig. 1. — Python Schneiderii, Merr. (Tlie Great Python of Schneider) 53 
Fig. 2. — Dipsas cyanodon, Cuv. (The Fatal Thirst-causing Serpent of 

India) . . . . .54 



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Plato 31. Fig. 3. — Head of the Xenoi>ei.tis coNcoLon, Reinwardt. {The Many - 

coloured Xeiiopeltia) • • . . o3 

Plate 32. Fig. 1. — Denuuophis ah.ictiilla {The Serpent of the Wwds) . 54 

Fig. 2. — DuYiNus NASUTLS, Kusscl {The Hoy-nosed Dnjinus or Co- 

laher) . . . . -51 

Plate 33. Fig. I. — Blngauus annularis, Daud. . • . . G3 

Fig. 2.^Angi;is i'Latluls, Lin. . . . 63 

Plato 31. Fig. 1. — Hyduoi'ius cLoiiis, Russel . . . G3 

Fig. 2. — C.KciLiA LOM-nuicoiD/EA, Daud. . . . ()5 

Fig. 3. — C/EciLiA ALuivKNTUis, Daud. , . . G5 

Plato 35. Fig. 1. — Hydkopiiis fasciatus, Russel {Tlie Bengal Water Serpent) 63 

Fig. 2.— C.KCILIA BiviTTATA, Cuv.(rAe Blind Serpent or The Ceecilia 68 

of America) . . • . .65 

Plate 36. Fig. 1. — Rana palustris, Le Conte. . . .68 

Fig. 2. — Ceratophuis guano.sa {The American Horned Frog) . G'J 

Fig. 3. — Hyla Bicoi.oR, Daud. (I'/te South American Two-coloured 

Tree Frog) . . . . . GO 

Plato 37. Fig. 1. — BiFo vii.gaius {The Common Toad) . . .70 

Fig. 2. — OxYKiiNCHL'S lucoLon, Val. {The Angular-muzzle Toad) In 

the collection of the French Museum . . . 72 

Fig. 3. Eng YSTOMA MAUMOKATLM (T/te il/acWeci Toa(/) . . 72 

Plate 38. Fig. 1. — Sai,amandra atua, Laurenti {The Black Salamander). 

Fig. 2. — Triton vittatls, Valcnc. {The Triton) In the collection of 

French Museum. .... 

Fig. 3. — MoNoi'OMA gigantla, Bartgn {The Great Salamander of 

North America) 

Plato 39. Fig. 1. — AMi'iiiu.MA means, Gard. and Ilarl. of the French Museum 

(TVte Two-toed Amphiuma) . . .76 

Fig. 2. — Ami'HILma TRYUACTYLi'M {The Three-toed Amphiuma) . 76 

Fig. 3. — AxoLOTL PLscii'OUMis, Shaw {The Fish Serpent of Mexico) 76 
Fig. 4. — Menobranchus lateralis, Ilarl. . . 77 

Plate 40. Fig. 1. — Photevs AKGVijivs, haur. {The Blind Proteus) . . 11 

> Fig. 2. — Siren striata, Le Conte (TVte Sfre«Atf(/ .SVcen) . . 78 
Fiy. 3.— Siren intermedia, Le Conte {The Intermediate Siren of 

Le Conte) . , . , . 11 

PISCES. 

Plate 1. Fig. I.—Etelis cAUBLiNcuLLs (r/te EVe;;.s) . . .87 

Fig. 2. — Dll'LoPRION bU'ASCIATCM {The Bifasciate Diploprion) . 87 

Fig. 3. — Head of the Hiro nigricans {Tha Black Basse) . . 87 

Fig. 4. — Head of the NiPHON spiNosus {The Spiny Niphon) . 87 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Enoplosls armati's {The Enoplosas or Aimed 

Verch of Japan) . . , .87 

Pla 

te 2. Fig. 1. — Perca acuta, Cuv. and Val. . . . .85 
Fig. 2. — Lates NouiLis, Cuv. and Val. . . . .86 
Fig. 3. — Centropomis l'ndscimalis, Cuv. {The Eleven-spined Ct'ii- 
tropomus) , . . . .86 



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Plate 3. Fig. I.—Apogon trimaci lati s {The Mediterranean Apoijon) . 8/ 

Fig. 2. — Cheilodiptekus Arabicus (The Arabian Cheilodipterus) . 88 
Fig. 3. — Ambassis Commersonii {Commerson's Ambassus ; or, The 

Duyol) ..... .88 

Plate 4. Fig. 1. — Licio-perca sanpra, Cuv. {The Common Pike Perch) . 89 

Fig. 2. — Li;cio-PER( a Amkrkana (r/iev^mt'jMV-anPeir/i) . . 89 

Fig. 3. — Hlro nigricans, Cuv. {The Black Basso of the Htiron) . 87 

Plate 5. Fig. 1. — Licio-perca Volgknsis, Pallas (The Russian Perch) . 89 

Fig. 2. — NiPHON spiNOsus, Cuv. (T/ie Spmerf AyjAoH) , , 8/ 

Fig. 3. — Enoplosis armatis, Lacep. {The Armed Enoplosus) , 87 

Plate 6. Fig. 1. — Serranis anthias {The Spined Serranus) . , 89 

Fig. 2. — Serranus cabrilla, Nob. {The Common Serranus) . 89 

Fig. 3. — Serranus gigas, Nob. {The Merra of the Mediterranean) » 90 

Plate 7. Fig. 1. — Serranus phaeton, Nob. {The Long-tailed Serranus) . 91 

Fig. 2. — Ser«anus FAScicuLARis.Nob. {The Banded Serranus) . 89 

Fig. 3. — SJKRnANug ocuLATUs, Nob. {The Larye-eyed Serranus) . 90 

Plate 8. Fig. 1. — MesoprioN uninotatus, Cuv. (The One-spotted Mesoprion) , 91 
Fig. 2. — Mesoprion chryjsurus, Nob. ( The Golde^i-tailed Mesoprion) , 91 
Fig. 3. — DiACOPE RivuLATA, Nob. {The Banded Diacope) . 91 

Plate 8. bis. Fig. 1. — Labkax musronatus, Cuv. and Val. . . 86 

Fig. 2. — Labrax lupus, Cuv. {Tlie Basse Perch) . , 85 

Fig. 3. — Serranus scriba, Cuv. {The Mediterranean Sea Perch) 89 

Plate 9. Fig. 1. — Sternoptyx diaphana, Herra. . , . I99 

Fig. 2. — Sternoptyx oi.fbksii, Cuv. . . . 199 

Fig. 3. — Gy.mnarchus Senegalensis ; orNiloticus, Cuv. . .226 

Plate 10. bis. Fig. 1. — PlectRopoma leopardinus, Cuv. (The Leopard-spotted 

Plectropoma) , . . . . 91 

Fig."2. — Plectropoma pueli a, Cuv. {The Beautiful Plectropoma) 91 

Fig. 3. — Serranus ALTUELii, Cuv. {The Larye-Jinned Strramu) 91 

Plate 11, Fig. 1. — Pentaceros Capens^s, Nob. . . . . 93 

Fig. 2. — Grystes salmoidks, Nob. {The Salmon-formed Groivler) . 93 
Fig. 3. — Centkopistes nigricans, Nob. {Tlie American Black Bate, 

or Perch) . . . . .93 

Plate 12. Fig. 1. — Perca serrato-granulata, Cuv. (77ie Granulated Perch) 85 
Fig. 2. — GRAnfMiTES orikntalis, Cuv, (T/ie Or/e?!<a/ Grammist) . 86 
Fig. 3. — Aspro vulgaris, Cuv. (T/(e Ctim;H()/i ^■l.s;p7ti) . .87 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Labrax vulgaris ; Labrax lupus, Cuv. {The 

Bas^e Perch) . . . . .85 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Latks nobilis, Cuv. {The American Pike) . 86 

Plate 12. bis. Fig. 1. — Heliases insolatus, Cuv. . . . II4 

Fig. 2. — Pomacentrv'S fasciatus . . , I13 

Fig. 3. — GliYPllISODON C.ELESTINUS . . . 114 

Plate 13. Fig. 1. — Centropristes auroribens, Nob. {The Goldtn Red Perch) 93 
Fig. 2. — Grystes macqi akiensis {The Grouler of New South Wales) 93 
Fig. 3. — Head of the Acerina vulgaris {The Common Gremille) . 92 
Fig. 4. — Head of the Polypri<»n cbknjum {The Mediterranean Cer- 

ni»r) . . . . .92 



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Plate 13. Fig.5.— Head oftheRvPTicLs AUENATt»,Cuv. {The Soap-uvrt) . 92 

Fi° . 6. — Fin of the CiiuuiiTES FASciATus . • , . 93 

Plate 13. bis. Fig. 1.— Di le»marginati9, Nob. (The Bordered Doule) . 91 

! * ! 94 



Pig. 2. — Datma argentea 

Fig. 3. — Therapon theraps, Vuv. 



Plate 14. Fig. 1. — Apogon rex mullorum, Cuv. (The Red Surmullet) . 88 

' Fig. 2. — PoMATOMUS TELESCOPiuM, Rlsso (The Telescope Pomato- 

mus) . . • • . , 88 

Fig, 3. Lucio-PERCA SANDRA, Cuv. (The Comnioji Sandre) . For 

another view, see plate 4. fig. 1. . .89 

Fig. 4, Head of the Cheilodipterus Arabicus, Cuv. and Val. 

(The Tabah of the Arabs) . . .88 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Ambassis Commersonii, (The Dugol) . 88 

Plate 14. bis. Fig. 1. — Dules auriga, Nob. . . . . . 94 

Fig. 2. — PoMOTis vulgaris. Nob. (The Common Pomatis or 

Aniei-ican Pond Perch) . . . .93 

Fig. 3. — Pri ACANTHUS Japonicus, Nob. (The Priacanth of 

Japan) . . . .94 

Plate 15. Fig. 1. — Skrranus hexagonatus, Cuv. (The Hexagon Sea Perch) 90 
Fig. 2. — Mesoprion aya, Cuv. (The Garanha or Red Mesoprion) . 91 
Fig. 3. — Head of the Plectropomus PUELLA, Cuv. . . 91 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Serranus ANTHius, Cuv. (The Mediterranean 

Barber) . . . . .90 

Fig. 5. — Head of the DiACOPE rivulata, Cuv. (The Coromandal 

Orati) . . . . . . 91 

Plate 16. Fig. 1. — Centrabchus sparoides, Lacep. - . 94 

Fig, 2. — Dules rupestris, Cuv. (TTic I>ow?e) . . . 94 

Fig. 3. — Head of the Pomotis vulgaris (The American Pond Perch) 93 
Fig. 4. — Head of the Pri acanthus Japonicus, Nob. (The Princan- 

thus of Japan) . , . , .94 

Plate 16. bis. Fig. 1. — Pelor filamentosum, Cuv. , . . 10/ 

Fig. 2. — Platycephalus asper, Cuv. and Val. . . 105 

Fig. 3. — Dactylopterus orientalis, Cuv. (The Flying Gur- 
nard) ...... 103 

Plate 17. Fig. 1. — Therapon puta, Cuv. (The Therapon) . . 94 

Fig. 2. — Pelates QUADRi-LiNEATis (The Four-lined Pelates) . 94 

Fig. 3. — Trichodon Stelleri, Cuv, (TAe TncAodon) . . 95 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Helotes sex-lineatus, Cuv. (The Six-lined 

Helotes) . . , . .95 

Plate 17. ter. Fig. 1. — Helotes sex-hneatus, Cuv. . . , . 95 

Fig. 2. — Myripristis Japonicus, Cuv. and Val. . . 96 

Fig. 3. — Holocentrum hastatum. . . . . 9tt 

Plate 18. Fig. 1. — Tbachinus araneusRIss. (TAe TT'cei-er) . . 97 

Fig. 2. — Percis cancellata, Cuv. . . . . 93 

Fig. 3. — Urancscopus guttatus, Cuv. (The Star-gazer) . 97 

Fig. 4. — Head of the PiNGUiPES Bbasilianus, Cuv. . . 97 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Percophis Brasilianus, Cuv. . . 97 

Plate 18. bis. Fig, 1. — Sillago erythr.f.a, . , ,95 

Fig, 2, — Myripristes seychellensis, . . . 96 

F)g. 3. — Beryx decadactylus, . , .96 



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2ud. Plate 18. bis. Fig. I. — Percis skmi fasciata, Cuv. and Val. {The Half- 
banded Percis). . . . .97 
Fig. 2. — PuRcoPHis BRASiLiANUS,(T^e Brazilian Percophis) 97 
Fig. 3. — Ukanoscopus inermis, Cuv. and Val. (The Un- 
armed Star-gaser) . . . .98 

Plate 18. ter. Fig. 1. — Beryx uneatus, Cuv. aud Val. . . .96 

Fig. 2. — Trachinls RADiATus, Cuv . . . .97 

Fig. 3. PlNGUIPES BRASILIANUS, CuV. . . . . 97 

Plate 19. Fig. I. — Polynemis enneadactylus, Vahl. . . .99 

Fig. 'i. — SpyhU-ENa vulgaris, Lin. . . .99 

Fig. 3. — Paralepis coregonoides, Risso. . . . 99 

Fig. 4. — Upeneus latels Cuv. and Val. . . . 100 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Mulu's barbatus, Lin. (Tke Red Surmullet) 100 

Plate 19. bis. Fig. 1.— Polynemus quadri-filis (The Four-filimented Paradise 

Fish) . . ". . .99 

Fig. 2. — Paralepis sphyr.enoides, Risso . . 99 

Fig. 3. — Sphyr.ena barracuda, Cuv. and Val. . . 99 

Plate 20. Fig. 1.— Head of Gadus morrhua, Lin. (The Cod) . . 209 

Plate 20. bis. Fig. 1. — Sillago domina, Cuv. . . .95 

Fig. 2. — MuLLus barbatus, Lin. (The Red Surmxdlet) . lUO 

Fig. 3. — Upeneus Vlamingii, Cuv. and Val. . . 100 

Plate 21. bis. Fig. ]. — Agriopus verrucosus . . . 107 

Fig. 2. — Pelor Japonicum . ... 107 

Fig. 3. — Synanceia erosa, Cuv. .... 107 

Plate 22. bis. Fig. 1. — Scorpjena grandicornis . , . 105 

Fig. 2. — Bembras Japonicus » • . . 105 

Fig. 3. — Hemilepidotus Tii.es^h .... 104 

Plate 23. Fig. 1. — Trigla p.eciloptera, Cuv. and Val. . . .101 

Fig. 2. — Cephalacanthus spinarella, Cuv. . . . 103 

Fig. 3. — CoTTUs poRosus, Cuv. . .... 103 

Fig. 4.— CoTTUS OCTODECIM SPINOSUS, Cuv. . . . 103 

Plate 23. bis. Fig. 1 . — Prionotus tribulus, Cuv. . . . 102 

Fig. 2. — Trigla lucerna, Brunn. . . . 102 

Fig. 3. — Peristedion cataphracta, Lacep. . . 102 

Plate 24. Fig. 1. — Aspidiphorus segaliensis, Cuv. ; Agonus laevigatus, Tiles . 104 
Fig. 2. — Head of the Aspidiphorls quabricornis, Cuv. . . 104 

Fig. 3. — Hemitripterus Americanus, Cuv. . . . 104 

Fig. 4. — Hemilepidotus Tilesii, Cuv. . , . . 104 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Platycephalus asper, Cuv. . . 105 

Plate 24. bis. Fig. 1. — Trigla papilio, Cuv. (The Butterfly Gurnard) . 102 

Fig. 2. — CoTTUS BUBALis, Euphr. (The Bull Head) . . 103 

Fig. 3. — Oplichthys LA^GSDoRFIl, Cuv. aud Val., Hist. Nat. 
des Poissons, Vol. iv. 

Plate 24. ter. Fig. 1. — Sci^ena pama . . . ,109 

Fig. 2. — Otolithus ruber, Cuv. . ... 109 

Fig. 3. — Otolithus toiroe, Cuv. and Vail. ; or Lutjan do 

Cayenne, Lacep. . . . JU9 



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Plate 25. Fig. 1. — PLAXYCEPHALrs oiiANnisrrNis 

Fig. 2. SCOKP^NA NKSOGALLICA, Cuv. 

Fig. 3. — Ta^nianotis TiuA( ANTHi s, Cuv. 
2nd. Plate 25. ¥\g. 1. — Cheilooac tyu s A.ntonii 

Fig. 2 A.MPHIPIUON CHUYSOGASTEK 

Fig. 3.' — HeI lASES FRENATLS 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Scolopsides lycogenis 
Fig. 5. — Hnadofthe Pp.emnas semicinctls 
Fig. 6. — Head of the Dascyllls marginatiis 
Fig. 7. — Head of the Pomacentuis fasciatls 
Fig. 8. — Head of the Gi.yphisodon cyELESTiNus 

Plate 25. bis. Fig. 1. — Sebastes nouvegicus, Cuv. 
Fig. 2. — Blepsias Viixosrs, Cuv. 
Fig. 3. — Pterois voLiTANs, Cuv. . 

Plate 25. ter. Fig. 1. — Otolitmis giatucupa, Marcg. 

Fig. 2. — Ancylodon parvipinnis, Cuv. and Val. 

Fig. 3. CoRVINA SEMILL'CTUOSA, CuV. 

Plate 26. Fig. 1. — Sebastes variabilis, Cuv. 
Fig. 2. — Blepsias trilobus, Cuv. 
Fig. 3.^Apistes marmorati's, Cuv. 

2ud. Plate 26. Fig. 1. — Pagei.hs uentrodonti s . . . 116 

Fig. 2. — Boops sALPA . . . .117 

Fig. 3. — Head and teeth of the Sargus Rondeletii {The Sar- 

gus of Rondelet) . . . .115 

Fig. 4. — Head and Dentition of the Chuysophkys aijrata, Lin. 

{The G(Mc» Eye-brow) . . .115 

Fig. 5. — Head and Dentition of the Pagellls euytiirinls, Lin. 

{The Payel) . . . .116 

Plate 26. bis. Fig. 1.— Eqies piNtTATis . . . . .111 

Fig. 2. — BoRiDiA GRossiDENS, Cuv. and Val.* . . Ill 

Fig. 3. — Eleginls maclovinus, Cuv. and Val. f • .111 

Plate 26. ter. Fig. 1. — HyEMLxoN quadrilineati m, Cuv. and Val. . Ill 

Fig. 2. H/EMULON HETERODON, DcSHl. . . .111 

Fig. 3. — Pristipoma bilineatum, Cuv. . . .112 

Plate 26. quar. Fig. 1 — Prkmnas semkinctis .... 11,3 
Figs. 2, 3. — The Brain of the Sci^ena Pama ; Bola Pama, Bu- 
chanan . .... 100 
Fig. 4. — Das( ylus marginatls, Ehr. . . , 114 



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Plate 27. Fig. 1. — Agriopi's peruvianus, Cuv. 

Fig. 2. PttLOR MACIILATl Rl, CuV. 

Fig. .3. — Synanceya elongata, Cuv.| 



. 107 
. 107 
. 107 



* A new species of Sci»noides with two dorsals, which possesses some of the cha- 
racters of the ( vi'vina, with the addition of numerous large teeth in both jaws. 

t Another new species of Sciaenoides with two dorsals, slightly different from the 
preceding, and not possessing those large teeth, which is their chief characteristic. 

+ A new species described by Cuvior and Vail, in the fourth volume of their 
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Plate 27. ter. Fig. 1. — Lobotes somnolentus, Cuv. . . . 112 

Fig. 2. DlAGRAMMA ORIENTALE, CuV. . . . 112 

Fig. 3. DlAGRAMMA CARVITRONS, CuV. . . . 112 

2nd. Plate 27. ter. Fig. I. — Glyphisodon koklschi, Cuv. . . . 114 

Fig. 2. — Amphiprion laticlavius, Cuv. . . . 113 

Fig. 3. — Amphiprion tlnicatus, Cuv. . . . 113 

Plate 27. quar. Fig. 1. — Gasterosteus trachurus, Cuv. and Val. . 108 

Fig. 2. — Gasterostei's Gymnurus, Cuv. {The Slickle-back) . 108 
Fig. 3. — Gasterosteus noveboracensis, Cuv. and Val. . 108 

Fig._4. — Gasterosteus leiurus, Cuv. and Val. . . 103 

Plate 28. Fig. 1. — Monocentris Japonica, Cuv. . . . 107 

Fig. 2. — Gasterosteus bhachycentrus, Cuv. {The Three-tpined 

Stickle-back). . . . .108 

Fig. 3. — Oreosoma coniferum, Cuv. . . . 108 

Plate 28. bis. Fig. 1. — Larbus breviceps, Cuv. (The Larime)* 

* After all the groups that have been described, and which compose the regular 
series of Sciaenoides with two dorsals, there still remains some fish of this family 
which escape all the characters assigned to any of them, and which, should each be- 
come the type of a peculiar group to which we ought to give a generic name, we will 
call them if you please anomalous Scioeuas ; but remembering that nature acknow- 
ledges nothing anomalous in what exists, and that there is no anomaly, but rela- 
tively to the incomplete abstractions of our mind, Cuvierhas given the name of Lari- 
mus to some of these fish. Tliey are Scienoides with two dorsals, teeth as the pile oa 
velvet; the front of the cranium does not project forward, and the snout is very 
short ; their pieopeuculum is slightly indented. 

The L. breviceps, Cuv., resembles the Corvina in almost everything; but far from 
having che snout swelled and prominent, it has it flat and extremely short as in the 
Barber, (Surrauus anthias) ; so that its eye, which is large, is in the anterior half of 
the length of the head ; nevertheless, the jaws are cavernous, and there are no teeth 
in the palate. The length of the head measures nearly the fourth of the whole 
length, and the height of the body slightly exceeds the length of the head. The 
opening of the mouth descends backward ; the openings of the nostril are all near 
the anterior edge of tl>e eye. There is no pore to the lower jaw. The teeth are 
soft, on a very narrow band. The under orbital is not more distinguished than in 
the other Scioenas, and gives the same shelter to a part of the maxillary; all the 
head, except the lips and the maxillary, is scaly. There are scales even on 
the lower jaw, but not on the membrane of the gills, which are well cut, and 
have seven rays ; of which the upper are flat, and the under very small. The 
preoperculum has the border wide and almost without any apparent indentations. 
The bone of the operculum terminates in two points, but concealed, obtuse, and so 
frail as scarcely to be felt. The first dorsal is triangular and is not half the height 
of the body ; it has ten spiny rays disposed as usual. The second has one spiny and 
twenty-eight soft rays. The scales ascend between the rays, even to the half of its 
height. The pectorals are long and pointed ; the ventrals wide, and almost equal 
to the pectorals in length. The anal less in length than in height, has only seven 
soft raySj but its second spine is strong as in the corvines. This fin is placed under 
the middle of the second dorsal, and much behind the anus.which is exactly between 
the anal and the ventrals, under the commencement of the second dorsal. The caudal 
is rhomboidal ; it has a line of scales on its middle. The scales oii the body are very 
large: there are about forty-five on a longitudinal line, and fifteen on a vertical. 
There are some between the bases of the dorsal and the anal. The lateral line is 
parallel to the back, and one Ihinl above, as in the greater part of the Sjciaenas. The 



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Plate 28 bis. Fio-. 2,— Lepiptebcs Fkancisci, Cuv. {The Lepiptere of the 

Island of St. Francis)* . . .HI 

Pig. 3. — CouviNA ocELLATA, Cuv. {The Spotted Corvina) . 1 10 

Fi^r. 4. — Anatomical details of the Brain of the Anabas sennal. 144 
Fi^. 5. — Anatomical details of the Brain of the Ophicephale. 146 

2nd. Plate 28. bis. Fig. 1. — Pogonias fasciatus, Cuv. {The Banded Pogonias) 110 
Fig. 2. — Umbuina coRoiDES, Cuv. . . .110 

Fig. 3. — MicRopoGON LiNEATLS, Cuv. ^ Umbriiia fourneiri, 

D'jsmar. . . . .111 

whole of this fish is silvered; its back, tinted with grey brown, has brownish oblique 
lines whiih descend in advancing towards the tail; on the flank these lines become 
lon<'itudinal ; a little lower down they fade away ; and there are none on the lower 
part. The membrane of the first dorsal is blackish, with a white triangular spot at 
its base in each interval of the rays. The individual from which our drawing was 
taken, is seven to eight inches in length, it was M. Delalande who brought the 
first Larimes to Europe from Brazils, but there have been recently several received 
from St. Domino-o through M. Ricord. It is called in that island silverfish, on account 
of its colour, which in its fresh state is as brilliant (according to our traveller) as that 
of the purest mercury. M. Ricord adds that this fish is a foot long, that its flesh is 
bad, and only eaten by the poor. 

* The name of Lepipterus designates Scisenoides with two dorsals, teeth as the 
pile on velvet, prolonged snout, the front of the cranium rather concave, and the 
vertical fins of which, are very scaly. We know only one — the Lepipterus Fran- 
cisci. This fish seems also to resemble the Corvina, by its soft teeth and its large 
anal spine : but it is a Corvina with the front of the cranium lengthened, and even 
a little concave ; besides, the scales which cover its second dorsal, and its caudal, 
approximates it to the Eques and to the Polynemes. Its general appearance is 
similar to the Otolithus toeroe, Cuv. ; but, with a liitle attention, it is easily distin- 
guished from it. It is a fish altogt ther of an elongated form, head long, front of 
the cranium rather concave. Its height is only the sixth t f its length, and its head 
is almost the fourth ; but its head is a third less in height than in length. The under 
orbital, covered by scales, which do not permit us to distinguish it from the cheek, 
forms a border, under which the upper jaw retires, as in the Ombrinae ; the mouth is 
very small, and it has very fine soft teeth, like the pile on velvet, in the two jaws only. 
All the opercular pieces are scaly, like the cranium and the snout. The preoper- 
cukim has some indentations slightly marked towards its angle, which is rounded. 
The bone of the operculum ends by a single flat point. The pectoral is moderate and 
pointed ; the ventral proceeds a little further back than it, and passes it. The first 
dorsal rises in the middle of the pectoral; it has ten spiny rays, very weak and 
little elevated, the first of which is very short ; the second dorsal has a spiny ray 
an i thirty-three soft ones; it is nearly of equal height everywhere. The caudal is 
rmnded. They are both completely scaly, so that even in the caudal it is difficult to 
count the rays. The anal only occupies a small space in length, under the middle 
of the second dorsal. It is twice as high as it is long. Its first spine is very short ; 
the second, compressed and archeil like a sabre, is wider and stronger than in any 
other Sci^na ; there are afterwards seven soft rays and some scales between them. 
The scales of the body are smooth, fine, and slightly striated on the edges. There 
is one stout spine, rather free, but not scaly, formed by the coracoidien, in the middle 
of the pect )ral. The lateral line is nearly parallel to the back, and marked by simple 
but continuous tubercles. 

This fish is nineteen or twenty inches long, is entirely of silver colour, with 
very numerous oblique, grey, or bluish lines throughout its entire length. There is 
a continuation of brown lines in the intervals of the rays of the first dorsal and 
brown dots on those of the second. The other fins have only spots. This is one 
of the numerous ac(piisitions to natural history, procured by M. Augustine St. 
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3rd. Plate 28. bis. Fig. 1. — M.ena vomeri.na, Cuv. ; A new species from the 

Mediterranean. . . . .118 

Fig. 2. — Boops VULGARIS, Cuv. . . . .117 

Fig. 3.— Aphareus cverulescens, Cuv.* . .119 

Fig. 4. — A|f'ragiiientof the intermaxillary jaw of a. Daurades, 

with the Molars detached; Chrysophys auratus, Cuv. 115 
Fig. 5. — The superior intermaxillary jaw of a Sari/us. a. The 

incisors ; b. The germ, of au incisor tooth ; c. The molars. 115 

Plate 28. ter. Fig. 1. — Latilus DoLiATUsf . . . .112 

Fig. 2. — Cheilodactylus zonatus, Cuv. . . 112 

Fig. 3. — Macquaria AusTUALAsi/E,:J: Cuv. . . 112 

2ad. Plate 28. ter. Fig. 1. — Apsilus fuscus, Cuv. (The Brown Apsilu$)^ . 93 
Fig. 2. — Ch^todon strigatus, Langsd. . . 120 

Fig. 3. — Ch^etgdon reticulatus . • . 120 

Plate 28. quar. Fig. 1. — Centrarchus sparoides ; Labrus sparoides, Lacep. 94 

Fig. 2 — Rypticus arenatls, Cuv. and Val. . . 92 

Fig. 3. — Cirrhites fasciatus (The Banded Cirrhite). A 

new species very nearly allied to the Cirrh, aprinus. 93 

2nd. Plate 28. quar. Fig, 1. — T^nianotus triacanthus, Lacep. For another 

view, see pi. 25, fig. .3 . . . 105 

Fig. 2. — Apistcs trachinoides|| . . . 136 

* Labre fourche et Caranxomore Sacrestin of Lacep. A fish of the family Menides 
but not classed by Cuvier; its place should be after the Gerries. 

t A new species brought by MM. Quoy and Gaimard from the Isle of France. 
It is a neighbouring species to the Cheilodactylus zonatus. 

X A new species discovered in Macquarie Kiver, New Holland. It approaches 
closely to the Latilus doliatus and the Coryphene chinoise, Lacep. 

§ It is a new species found by MM. Quoy and Gaimard during their second 
voyage, and closely approximates lo the Grystes Macquanensis. 

II This is one of the most remarkable among all the little Apistes. It was sent 
from Java by Messers Kuhl and Van Hasselt. The three first thorny rays of its 
dorsal, placed on the neck, are so distant from the others, and the membrane that 
unites them to the rest of the fin is so low, that they form, it may be said, a distinct 
fin, so that at the first glance we are inclined to take the fish for a Trachinus ; 
but we aie quickly undeceived when we remark that the rays following are also 
thorny, on almost the whole length of the dorsal; in short its figure is nearly that 
of the Srorpxna scro/a. The head resembles that of a Scorpoena ; the profile scarcely 
descending at all. The eyes of middling size, are separated by an interval of 
double their diameter; the lower jaw ascends obliquely to meet the other: 
there are soft teeth in the jaws, before the vomer, and in the palate ; the orbit 
and the cranium have only slight bones without points. The under anterior 
orbital has two sharp points, of which the upper, rather longer than the other, 
does not go beyond the under part of the middle of the orbit. The great sub-orbital 
IS only marked by some projecting wrinkles. The preoperculum is rounded, has a 
very short spine, followed by three small fiat teeth ; the operculum has two bones and 
two little points : there are only six rays to the gills, the membrane of which is much 
sloped. The first dorsal spine'ascends above the edge of the preoperculum, and (he 
two following proceed almost from the same points; the fourth is on the anterior 
third of the pectoral ; the fifth and last on the anterior third of the anal ; all are 
straight, very strong, and nearly uniform. The end of the dorsal is only composed 
of four branchial rays, of which the fourth is attached above the tail the whole of its 
length, without, however, quite extending to the caudal. The Anal has three spines, 
and also four branchial rays, of which the last attaches itself like that of the dorsal, 



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2nd. Plate 28. qviar. Fig. 3. — Apistis monodactylls, Cuv. ; Scorpaena mono- 

dactyla, Bl. aud Schn. . . .106 

Plate 29. Fig. 1. — Sci.ena auuilla; S. umbra, Cut. . . . 109 

Fig. 2. CORVINA FliRC;EA, CuV. .... 110 

Pig. 3. JoHNlUS SliNEGALENSIS, CuV. . . • HO 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Otolithis ULDKR, Cuv. . . . 109 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Ancylodon i-auvii'innis. A new species from 

the Coast of Cayenne. . . . 110 

Fig. 6. — Head of the Umbkina coroides. Anew species from Brazils 110 
p'ig. 7. — Head of the FuGOMAs fasciatl's . . . Ill 

2nd. Plate 29. Fig. 1. — Nomeus Peronii (The Shepherd Fuh) . . 131 

Fig. 2. — Cahanx Boors ( The False Mackerel or Carunyul) , 132 
Fig. 3. — Gallus .^gyptiacus {The Eyyjilian Gallus) . 133 

Plate 29. bis. Fig. 1. — Otolithus tceroe, Cuv. . . . 109 

Fig. 2. — Otolithus guaticupa ; Otolithus striatus, Cuv. (The 

Strijjed Ololilhe) .... 109 

Fig. 3. CORVINA L013ATA, CuV. . . . 1(.I9 

Plate 29. ter. Fig. 1. — Cheilodactylus carponennis, Cuv. . . 112 

Fig. 2. ScoLOPSIDES LYCOGENIS, Cuv. . . .113 

Fig. 3. DlAGRAMMA GATERINA, CuV. . . .112 

2nd. Plate 29. ter. Fig. 1. — Ch^etodon stuigangulus, Sol. . . 120 

Fig. 2. CHAiTODON LINULA . . . . 120 

Fig. 3. — Ch^todon EPHiPPiLM, Cuv.* . . 120 

Plate 30. Fig. 1. — Eques balteatus .... Ill 

Fig. 2. — LouoTES erate ..... 112 
Fig. 3. — Head of the H/EMiu.ioN HETERODON . . HI 

I'ig. 4. — Head of the PiusTiPOMA BiLiNEATUM . . 112 

Fig. 5. — Head of theDiAGUAMMA oKiENTALE . . .112 

Plato 30. bis. Fig. 1. — Leiostomus humeralis, ; or Johnius humeralis, Cuv.. 110 
Fig. 2. — Nebris MICROPS, Cuv. (The Small-eijed Nebris)f . 110 

Fig. 3. — CoRViNA DENTEX (The Manyiouth Corvina) . . HO 

but remains rather further from the caudal : the latter is rounded and composed of 
twelve entire rays, with some shorter ones above and below. The pectoral, veiy sharp, 
of less than a quarter of the total length, has twelve rays, all branched. The ventral 
composed as usual, and half attached, is one fourth shorter. 

The body of this little tish when it begins to dry, shows some very small scales, as 
if absorbed in the skin ; its epidermis forms very tine vertical wrinkles. The 
lateral line is straight, and on the upper filth, is marked by oblique tubercles. The 
general colour appears to be a red brown, dotted with white on the sides of the head 
and under the jaw, which changes to a silvery white under the throat and breast. 
The dorsal is crossed almost vertically by four or five irregular blackish bands 
among which are small grey lines. The anal has two or three of these bands and 
the same lines between them. There is one at the base of the caudal ; on the rest 
of which are lines of brown dots, slighlly marked on a white ground. The 
pecto-al is also crossed by lines of dois or little brown spots; the ventral is whitish, 
and at the end black ; sometimes it has also a blackish spot crosswise. The indivi- 
dual from which our figure is taken, measured two inches and a half lon<r. 

* A new species found by JM.M. Lesson and Gaiuot, near one of the' Society 
Islands. 

t A new species from the neighbourhood of Surinam, which diifers in a few sira- 



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2nd Plate 30. bis. Fig. 1. — Sargus annularis, Cuv. . . . 115 

Fig. 2. — Sargus rhomboides, Cuv. . . . 115 

Fig. 3. — Charax puntazzo, Cuv.; Sparus Puntazzo Grae- 

\m, {The Common Puntazzo) . .115 

Plate 30. ter. Fig. 1. — Zanclus cornutus ; Chsetodon comutus, Lin. . 121 

Fig. 2. — Heniochus monoceros, {The Coachman) . . 121 

2nd, Plate 30. ter. Fig. 1. — Chrysophrys gibbiceps, Cuv.* . .115 

Fig. 2. — Chrysophrys crassirostris, Cuv.f , II5 

Fig. 3. — Chrysophrys aurata, Cuv. {The Golden eye. 

brow) . . . . .115 

Plate 30. quar. Fig. 1. — Scatophagus ornatus, Cuv. J . . . 121 

Fig. 2. — Taurichthys vARius, {The Horseman 0/ India) . 121 
Fig. 3. — Holacanthus trimaculatus, . . 122 

pie particulars from the Oorvina. It forms the type of a new suhdivision in the 
Icthyology of our. author. 

* This is a new S])ecies of Dory, brought from the Cape by M. Delalande, and 
is strikingly separated from the others, by the extreme elevation of the crest of the 
crani\im. A very excellently preserved specimen of this fish, may be seen among 
the anatomical collection of the Royal College of Surgeons.. 

t Individuals of this species were taken in the Mediterranean on the coast of 
Corsica, near Ajaccio, by M. Payraudeau, and on the coasts of the Poloponesus by 
M. Bory St. Vincent We find a figure of them also among some plates engraved 
in Spain, and which have not yet, we believe, been published; so that though more 
rare than the Sparus Auratas, Lin., it seems to inhabit the same parts. It is 
known by the thickness of its snout, as well as by the greater length of its body, 
its height being contained three times and a half in its length ; the neck is much 
more elevated in proportion ; the eyes are larger; the space between the eyes wider 
and projects more; the lower edge of the under orbital is more arched ; the preoper- 
culum more rounded; its border straighter, but equally bare. The interoperculum 
is much larger, and crosses under the throat with that of the opposite side ; the 
jaws are much swelled; there are six large incisors, and four rows of grinders in 
the upper jaw, and three in the under; they are larger and wider apart; the ovalar 
tooth is more rounded; the dorsal is lower; the pectoral rather wider. The ventral 
rays are very strong, and extend themselves in the form of a large fan. The 
number of rays are as follows: D. 11—13; A. 3—11, C. 17 ; P. 15; V. 1—5. The 
scales are close, higher than wide ; we have counted more than eighty, from the 
gill to the end of the tail ; the lateral line is almost straight. The individual we 
saw, was nearly as fresh as when taken out of the water ; the colour is deep blue 
on the, back with bright gold reflexions; these reflexes proceeded from a golden 
streak traced on each scale. On the shoulder, and on the top of the operculum, is 
seen a large black spot, The front of the cranium is blue ; the face is bluish, with 
copper reflexes. Between the eyes there is a crescent more arched than that of the 
common Dory, and of the most beautiful colour of polished gold. On each temple 
in front of the superscupular, is a very beautiful spot, as brilliant as the crescent. 
The under part of the orbit is also gilt, as well as the border of the preoperculum. 
The lower part of the operculum, and the lower jaw, are similar to the red of polished 
and brilliant copper; the fins appear bluish grey. The individual obtained near 
th« coast of Corsica, was about eighteen inches long ; that of the Morea only a foot, 
and yet its large oval tooth was already out. None of the authors, we have con- 
sulted, appear to have any knowledge of this beautiful Dory, which is equal to the 
other in the brilliancy of its colours. 

X A new species found by MM. Quoy and Gaimard near Amboyna, and figured 
by Cuvier and Val., in their Icthyology under this name. It forms part of a new 
subdivision, in which is embraced the Chaelodon tetracanthus of Lacepede. 



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Plate 31. Fig. I.— Smaris alcedo, Riss. {The Blue-spotted Picarel) . . 118 
Fig. 2. — Cjesio tile, Cuv. . . . ^ Hg 

Fig. 3. — Head of the M.ena vomerina, Cuv. (Vomerine Mendole) 

A new species from the Mediterranean . .118 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Gerres Plumieri, Cuv. . . ng 

Plate 31. bis. Fig. 1.— Pagellus lithognathus, Cuv. ; Pagrus lithognathus 116 
Fig. 2. — Pagellus erythrinus, Cuv. (The Paget) . . 116 

Fig. 3. — Pagellus calamus, Cuv. . . .116 

Plate 31. ter. Fig. 1. — Lethrynus genivittatus, Cuv. . .117 

Fig. 2. — Cantharus vulgaris, Cuv. . . .117 

Fig. 3. — Boops VULGARIS, Cuv. . . . . 117 

Plate 31. quar. Fig. 1. — Holacanthus semi-circulatus, Cut. . .122 

Fig. 2. — Holacanthus Lamarckii, Lacep. . . . 122 

Fig. 3. — POMACANTHUS CINGULATUS, CuV. . . 122 

Plate 32, Fig. 1. — Ca^todon setifer, Cuv. . . . 121 

Fig. 2 — Ephippus OREis, Cuv. (TTie H^o«effian) . . . 121 

Fig. 3. — Head of the Ephippus LONGiROSTRis, . , 121 

Plate 32. bis. Fig. 1.— Dentex Peronii, Cuv. (Pewn's Dentex) . .116 

Fig. 2. — Dentex FiLAMENTOsus, Cuv. . . . 116 

Fig. 3.— Dentex vulgaris, Cuv. (TAe Co»i?;jon Den/ea:) . 116 

Plate 32. ter. Fig. I.—Chelmon longirostris, Cuv. {The Long-mouthed 

Chelmon) . . . .121 

Fig. 2.— AspiDOPHORus monopterygius ; Cottus Monoptery- 

g'us, Bl. {The Aspidophorus with a single Dorsal) . 104 
Fig. 3.— Aprion virescens, Cuv.* . . . 104 

2nd. Plate 32. ter. Fig. I.—Spirobranchus capensis, Cuv. . .145 

Fig. 2. — Trichopus trichopterus, Lacep. . 145 

Fig. 3. — Anatomy of the Brain of the Ephippus gigas, 

(The Gigantic Horseman) . , . 121 

Fig. 4-— Shoulder bone, . . . . 121 

F)gs. 5, 6. — Interspinal and Anal bones of the Ephippus 

gigas . . . . .121 

Plate 32. quar. Fig. I.—Anabas scandens, Cuv.; Pereis scandens, Dald. . 144 

Fig. 2. — Psettus Seb^, Cuv. • . . . 122 

Fig. 3.— The Labyrinthal Organ of the Ophicephalus stria- 

Tus, Bl. .... 146 

Fig. 4.— Anatomy of the Brain of the OsphromenusGourami, 

Lacep. . . . . . 145 

Plate 33. Fig. 1.— Holacanthus ciLiARis, Cuv. , , .122 

Fig. 2. PoMACANTHUS AUREUS, CuV. . ... 122 

2nd. Plate 33, Fig. 1. —Scomber scombrus, (The Common Mackerel) . 124 

tig. 2.— Thynnus vulgaris, {The Tunny) . . . 125 

*ig. 3.— AuxisPelei, (TAe^Ma;is) . . ,126 

t.lZ^]^e '?>* '^u"' ^P.''?'''' "'^''^'^ combines several of the characteristics of the great 
SpJ I. ^7';'^^^7"h a single dorsal, with many of the peculiarities of the Spa- 
1° t': ^\ •' f""y described by Cuvior and Val.. L their Icthyology, vol. vi, p. 544, 
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Fig. 4.— The mouth with the teeth of the Auxis, . .126 

Fig. 5. — The mouth of Pelamys sarda, . . . 126 

Plate 33. bis. Fig. 1. — Pentapus aurolineatus, Cuv. (The Golden-striped 

Pentapode) . , . . .117 

Fig. 2. — Pentapus porosus, Cuv. • . . 11/ 

Fig. 3. — Lethrynus EscuLENTUs, Cuv. . . . 117 

Plate 33. ter. Fig. 1. — Ophicephalus limbatus ; or Marginatus, Cuv. . 14(5 

Fig. 2. — Ophicephalus striatus, B1. . . . 146 

Fig. 3. — Ophicephalus grandinosus, Cuv. . . 146 

Plate 33. quar. Fig. 1. — Colisa vulgaris ; Trichopodus Colisa, Buchanan . 144 
Fig. 2. — Macropodus venustus, Cuv. A new species, . 144 

Fig. 3. — Platax guttulatus, Cuv. . . 122 

Fig. 4. — Platax punctulatus, Cuv. . . . 122 

Plate 34. Fig. 1. — Platax Gaimardi, Cuv. ; a new species found by M. Gai- 

mard, near New Guinea, . , . 122 

Fig. 2. — Psettus rhombeus, Cuv. . . . 122 

Plate 34. bis. Fig. 1. — EphippusGoreensis, Cuv. Anew species nearly allied 

to the Gigas . . . .121 

Fig. 2. — Drepane punctata, Cuv. ; Chaetodon punctata, Lin. 121 
Fig. 3. — Head of the Spirobranche, . . . 145 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Macropode, . . . 144 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Common Colisa ; Trichopodus Colisa, 

Buchanan, . . . . 144 

Plate 34. ter. Fig. 1. — Thy'nnus pelamys, Cuv. {The Tropical Bonila, or Ray - 

bellied Tunny) . . . . 125 

Fig. 2, — Pelamis sarda, Cuv. {The Common Pelamis) . 126 

Fig. 2 «, — Dentition of the Pelamis SARDA, . . 125 

Fig. 3. — Thynnus thunnina, Nob. (T/(e T/ioni«e) . . 125 
Fig. 4. — Head of the Xiphias gladius, Lia. {The Sword-fish) a 

young subject . . . . 127 

Fig. 5. — The same as fig. 4., but taken from a full grown Fish, . 127 

Plate 34. quar. Fig. 1. — Pimelepterub Bosch, Lacep. {The Fat-fin) . 123 

Fig. 2. — Polyacanthus Hasselti, Cuv. A new species dis- 

vered by Van Hasselt, on the coast of Java. . 144 

Fig. 3.— Brama Raii, B1. and Schn. {The Sea Bream) . 123 

Plate 35. Fig. 1. — Pimelepterub altipinnis,* .... 123 

Fig. 2. — DiPTERODON capensis, {The Cape Dipterodnn) . . 123 

Fig. 3. — Head of the Pimelepterus Boscii ; Pimeleptere bosquier, 

Lacep. . . . . .123 

Plate 35, bis. Fig. 1. — Thyrsites atun, Cuv.; Scomber atun, Euph. and 

Lacep. ..... 127 

Fig. 2. — Cybium tritor, Cuv. A new species which approaches 

near to the Cybium Commersoni, . . 127 

Fig. 3. — Thyrsites ltpidopoides. A new species from the 

coast of Brazils ..... 127 

* A new species discovered by MM. Quoy and Gaimard, near the coast of New 
Guinea, which is remarkable for the hciirht of the spines of the dorsal and aii.il (ins ; 
in other respects it is similar to the P. Boscii. 

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Plate 35. ter. Fip:. 1. — Gkmpylus prometheus, Cuv. . . 127 

Yig. 2. — Lepidopus argyreus, Cuv. . . . 12/ 

Fig. 3. — Gempylus COLUBER, Cuv. . . . 127 

Plate 35. quar. Fig. 1. — PIelostoma Temminckii, Cuv. . . . 144 

Fig. 2. — Pempheris taitensis, Cuv. . . . 124 

Fig. 2. — ToxoTES jaculator, Cuv. {The Archer Fish) . 125 

Plate 36. Fig. 1. — Brama Raii, B1. (The Sea Bream). For another view, see 

PI. 34. quar. fig. 3. . . . 123 

Fig. 2. — Pempheris Mexicana, Cuv. . . . 123 

Fig. 3, — ToxoTES jACULATOR, Sch. (The Archer Fish). For another 

view, see Pi. 35. quar. fig. 3. ... 125 

Plate 36. ter. Fig. 1. — Gerres Plumikri. A new species discovered in the 

Atlantic, by Plumier. . . . 119 

Fig. 2. — C^SIO ERYTHROGASTER,* . . . . 118 

Fig. 3. — Smaris CHRYSEHs,t . . . .lis 

Plate 37. ter. Fig. I. — Elacate atlantica ; Centronotus spinosus, Mitchell 129 
Fig. 2. — Lichia glaycos ; or, L. gluaca, Cuv. . . 129 

Fig. 3. — Lichia VADiGO, Rondel . ... 129 

Plate 37. quar. Fig. I. — Thynnus alalonga, (T/ie Gen«o;i) . . 125 

Fig. 2. — Thynnus BRACHYPTERus, Cuv. . . .125 

Fig. 3. — TaYNNUS BREVIPINNlS,t .... 125 

Plate 38. Fig. 1. — Cybium lineolatum, Cuv. (Tltelony Tassard) . . 126 

Fig. 2.— Thyrsites chilensis, (The White Thyrsites) . . l^J 

Fig. 3. — Gempylus prometheus, (The Gempyle)\. For another 

view, see PI. 35. ter. fig. 1. . . .127 

Plate 38. bis. Fig, 1. — Olistus Malabaricus, Cuv. and Val. . . 133 

Fig. 2. — ScYRis iNDicA, Cuv. and Val. . . . 133 

Plate 38. ter. Fig. 1. — Apolectus stromateus, Cuv.H . . . 129 

Fig. 2.— Chorinemus Sancti Petri, Cuv.I]" . . 129 

* A now species discovered bv MM. Kuhl and Van Ilasselt, in the Indian 
Ocean. It is very similar to the C. suiaris, but not the same. 

t Another species, which has been found in the Mediterranean, near to the coast 
of Sicily. 

X The Mediterranean produces this new species of Tunny, which resembles the 
common one in every respect, except lliat the pectorals are much shorter. 

§ A new species found near St. Helena, by MM. Quoy and Gaimard. It 
approaches closely to the G. serpens of Cuvier. 

II A small fish, specimens of which have been brought from Pondicherry by 
M. Sonnerat, and from the coast of Java by MM. Kuhl and Van Hasselt, which 
very much resembles a Trichinotus ; e.\cept that ihe ventrals are attached to the 
under part of the throat, a circumstance which Cuvier, in his work on fishes, has 
thought sufficient to rank it us the type of a distinct genera. Its place should, 
therefore, be immediately after the Trichinotus, page 129. 

U M. de Lacepede has called by the name of Scomberoides, those Lichia resemblino- 
the rest in the greater part of their organs; but of which the rays of the second 
dorsal or of the anal are either entirely detached, or uni'ed by a membrane so 
fragile, that it often entirely disappears; and they seem to form false fins, like those 
we have observed in the Mackerel and Tunnies. Not being able to retain the 
name of Scomberoides, since it would be so similar to that of the familv, Cuvier has 
affixed to them, that of Chorinemus; one of which, the — C. Sancti Petri, a beau- 
tiful and large fish, was brought by M. Dussumier from the coast of Malabar, 
and is remarkable by a double range of spots on each flank. Its hei<Tht is the 



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Plate 3S. ter. Fig. 3. — Trachinotus pampanus, Cuv.* . . . 129 

Pate 38. quar. Fig. 1. — Tethaiteei s Indicus, Cuv. . . . 128 

Fig. 2. — Skeleton of the Tetuapterus belone, Ha. . 128 

Plate 39. Fig. 1. — Xiphias gladiis, Lin. (The Common Suvrd-Fish) . 127 

Fig. 2. — Same Fi.sb, but of a younger age^ . . . 127 

Fig. 3. TETHAPTllilS BELONE, Raf. . . . 128 

Fig. 4. HiSTlOPHOUlS PCLCHELLL'S .... 128 

Plate 39. ter. Fig. 1. — Rhynchichty.s pelamidis, Cuv.f . . . 94 

Fig. 2. — Nandus MARwoRATiis, Cuv. J , . .94 

Fig. .3. — Scomber colias, Gm. {The Mediterranean Mackerel') . 125 

Plate 40. Fig. 1. — Nalcrates Indicus. A new species, which approaches 

closely to the Scomber ductor, Lin. . . . 129 

Fig. 2. — Mastacembeivs siacllatus. It isRhynchobdella maculata 

Reinwardt. ... . 130 

Fig. 3. — Seuioi.a Rivoi.ii § . . .... 130 

Fig. 4. — Head of the Elacate Atlantica ; Centronotus spinosus, 

Mitchell . . . . .129 

Fig. 5. — Head of the Rhynchobdella ARAL . . . 130 

Fig. 6. — Head of the Mastacembelus armatis; Macrognathus 

armatus, Lacep. . , . .130 

Fig. 7.— Head of the Notacanthis nasls, B1. . . . 130 

Plate 40. bis. Fig. 1. — Bovichtvs uiacanthus, Cuv.|| . . .94 

fifth of its length, its thickness one-third of its height. Its head one-fourth lets 
high than long, is a fifth of the total length. 

* A new species found near Brazils, and other parts of South America. 

t It is to the researches of M. Dussumier, that we owe the knowledge of this 
singular little fish, which he found in the stomach of a Tropical Bonita in the Indian 
sea. It belongs to the group of Perches with eight rays to the gills and to the ven- 
trals, consequently it is near the Holocentii; but it constitutes a new genus, known 
by a prolongation of the carrina of the cranium in a point which advances beyond 
its mouth, almost the same as in the Lcpidoleprus. The preoperculum has a 
projecting spine towards its angle; but the angle of the operculum has only very 
shoit spines, as in the Myripvistis. We as yet only know one single species of this 
genus, which we have named Rhynchichtys pelamidis. 

J There must be added to the division of^' Percoides with a single dorsal and six 
branchial rays, a fish very common in the lakes of Bengal ; it is the Coins uandus 
of Buchanan. The description given by this author, however, leaves us too many 
doubts to be able to fix with correctness the place of this species; butM. Dussumiei', 
to whom science is so much indebted, has recently brought to Europe a nandus as 
fresh as if it were just out of the water ; which enables us to give a detailed and exact 
description of it. This fish we shall now make the type of a genus, to follow imme- 
diately after the Uoules, p. 91. It is characterised by a very protractile mouth, 
furnished with fine short soft teeth, like the pile on velvet, in the two jaws, the palate 
and vomer. The preoperculum and interoperculum have their e(lges finely 
indented. The spine of the operculum is so small that it is difficult to perceive it. 
Tha protractibility of the upper jaw of this fish gives it an appearance quite different 
from the Doules, and makes it more resemble a Mendole with a shortened body. 
This affinity is increased, as the Mendoles, like this fish, have some teeth in the 
palate, but fewer in number, and very fi^'W in the vomer. However the Nandus 
cannot be placed in the family of the Menides, on account of the indentations of the 
operculum. We know but one kind of them — the Nandus marmoratus. 

§ A species which approaches closely the Seriola cosmopolita of Cuvier. It was 
presented to the Cabinet Du Roi by the Duke of Rivoli. 

II We sought for a long time to know what the jugular lisli could be, figured in liie 



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Plate 40. bis. Fijr. 2. — Aphiutis Urvillii, Cuv.* . . . . 94 

Fig. 3. — Aflodactylls PLNCTATUS, Cuv.f . . .94 

Plate 41. bis. Fig. 1. — Notacanthus n.\sus, Bl. .... 130 

Fjo-. 2. — MASTACEMBI.LLS AKMATUS, Cuv. ; Macrognathus avma- 

tus, Lacep. . . . . . 130 

Fig. 3. — Rhynchobdella aual, Cuv. . ... 130 

twclth volume of the Linneaen transactions by Captain Carmichael, under the name 
of Callionymu* diacantlius, for it was easy to perceive that it was not a Callionymus. 
We have been furluuate enough to find it among the species collcLted at Valparaiso, 
from Chili, by M. d'Oibigny. It is a particular genus, near the Trachinus, having 
like them teeth as the pile on velvet in the jaws, in the palate and on the vomer, 
but is distinguished not only from the Trachinus, but also from all the other jugular 
Percoides, the Percophis excepted, by the seven rays of its branchiostegal membrane. 
The colour appears to have been blackish. The length of the individual is eight 
inches, the caudal not included. Captain Carmichael says his fish had the body olive 
colour marbled with greenish spots, and marked with white dots, and the iris of the 
eye brown. On his figure (pi. 26. vol. 12.) of the Linncen transactions, twenty two 
rays are marked to the second dorsal ; but in the text the author only enumerates 
twenty rays. The characters of the penultimate and antepenultimate rays pro- 
longed from the anal, is well expressed in the figure that we quote. 

* Cuvier found in the lot of fishes brought to Europe by Messrs. Quoy and Gaimard 
three small Percoides with jugtilar ventrals, originally from the soft waters of Vau 
Dieman's land, which are all three of the same species, but which must become the 
type of a new genus, near that of the Percophis. (p. 94.) The name of Aphritis 
has been given to the gt'nus, and that of Aphritis Urvillii to the species figured by 
us. 

This species has a cylindric body, of which the diameter, in front of the anus, is 
the sixth of the total length ; the colour is reddish, shaded, and marbled with greenish 
brown on the back. The fins are transparent. On the two dorsals, and on the cau- 
dal, we see two or three rows of small red dots. 

t This fish forms a new genus of the family of Percoides wth six branchial rays, 
and free rays to the pectorals, consequently near the Cirrhites ; but it is easily distin- 
guished from them, by the form of the teeth, which resemble those of the Creuidens 
Forak., of the family of Sparoides. We give to this genus, the name of Aplodac- 
tylus, to recall the simple form of some of the pectoral rays, and to the species we 
have figured that of Aplodactylus punctatus. Its height measures the fourth of its 
total length. The thickness is contained twice and a half in the height; the snout 
is obtuse and rounded. The line of the profile of the head, ascends by an arched 
curve, sustained even to the occiput, from whence it rises, and ascends obliquely, 
following an almost straight direction, even to the base of the dorsal. The curve of 
the back is slight ; that of the belly is rather more so. The height of the tail is 
only the third of that of the body, measured perpendicularly from the ventrals. 
The head is short, and swelled in front. It has its length contained four times and 
four-fifths in that of the body. Its height from thp neck downward, is a fifth less 
than its length. The eyes, of moderate size, are on the first half of the head, and 
placed in the upper part of the cheek, without, however, the circle of the orbit 
encroaching on the line of the profile. 

The scales are very small ; there are more than a hundred and twenty between 
the gill and the caudal — seen separately, and through a magnifying glass, each of 
them presents a square surface, finely striated on the sides, and of which the radical 
edge is finely indented. The lateral line is traced beneath the third of the height, 
and forms slipht undulations. On a white ground, brownish towards the back, "the 
body is spotted with an infinite number of little blackish dots, equally spread over the 
fins, which aie darker ihan those on the back. 

M. Gay has likewise observed this fish ; for wc have found a coloured drawing of 
it among the drawings of this naturalist, which leads us to hope that the species is 
notvery r.re, and that wemay receive other individuals. 



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Plate 42. Fig. 1. — Zels faber, Lin. {'Ike Cummon Dury) , . . 133 

Fig. 2. — Lampris GLTTATis, Ilctz. {The Moon Fish o/'Lacepede) . 134 

Fig. 3. — Strom ATEUS fiatola, Lin. {The Mediterranean Pom/ret) . ISr) 

Plale 42. bis. Fig. 1, — Argyreyosls vomer, Lacep. ; Zeus vomer, Lin. . 133 

Fig. 2. — Caranx trachurls, Lacep. ; Scomber tra<!liurus, Lin. 131 
Fig. 3, — Caranx chrvsophrys, Cuv. A new species. . 132 

Plate 42. ter. Fig. I. — Blepharis sutor, Cuv. {The Cordonnier of Marlinique^ 133 
Fig. 2. — Gallichtys major. A new species of Gallus nearly 

allied to the Zeus gallus, Liu. . . . 133 

Plate 43. Fig. 1. — Coryph.ena azorica, Cuv. and Val. . . . 137 

Fig. 2. — Pteraclis trichipterls, Cuv. and Val. . . . . L39 

Plate 44. Fig. 1. — Gymnetrus falx, Cuv. . ... 139 

Plale 45. Fig. 1. — Sigancs doliatls, Cuv. and Val. . . . 142 

Fig. 2. — AcANTHURUs Delisianus . . . 142 

Fig. 3. — Naseus longicornis . ... 142 

Plate 46. Fig. 1. — Anabas testldineus, B1. {The Tree Climber^ . . 145 

Fig. 2. — Poly acanthus cousa, Ham. . ... 14-4 

Fig. 3. — Ophicephalls serpentinls. A new species found by Dr. 

Finlayson, near the coast of Siaiu . . I IG 

Plate 47. Fig. I. — Mugil cephalus, Cuv. {The Common Midlel) . . 1 IG 

Fig. 2. — Tetragonurus Cuvieri, Risso. . . . 148 

Fig. 3. — Atherina presbyter, Cuv. . . . .149 

Plate 4S. Fig. 1. — Blennivs palmicornis, Cuv. . . . 150 

Fig. 2. ClINUS PECTINIFER ..... 151 

Fig. 3. ZoAUCES BLENNOIDES 152 

Plate 49. Fig. 1.— Gocius capito, Cuv. {The Great Goby or Sea GiuUjeon) . 153 
Fig. 2. — GoBioiDES Broussonnetu, Lacep. {The yreal Gobioides of 

Broussonnet) . . . . . 15 1 

Fig. 3. — Periophtalmls Freycinetii . . . 154 

Plate 50. Fig. 1. — Eleotris dormitatrix, Cuv. {The Sleeper) . .155 

Fig. 2. — Callionymus fasciatus, Cuv. and Val. {The Fasciated 

Callionymus) . A new species. . . 136 

Fig. 3. — Chirus decagrammus, Pall. {The Ten-striped Chirus) . 15/ 

Plate 51. Fig. 1. — Lophius piscatorius, Lin. {The Common Angler, or Frog - 

Fish) . . . . ,158 

Fig. 2. — Antennarius nesogallicus. A new species. . 159 

Fig. 3. — Batrachus surinamensis, B1. . . . 160 

Plate 52. Pig. 1. — Labrus vittatus, Quoy and Gaym. A new species. . 161 
Fig. 2. — JuLis trimaculata, Quoy andjGaym. A new species. . 162 
Fig. 3. — Crenilabrus Chabrolii, Less. A new species. . 163 

Plate 53. Fig. 1. — Chromis nilotica, Cuv. {The Egyptian Coracinus) . 165 

Fig. 2. — Malacanthus furcatus. Cuv. A new species. . 166 

Fig. 3. — ScARUs CREiiccs, Aldrov. and Cuv. {The Furrolt-Fish) . 167 

Plate 54. Fig. 1. — Epibulus insidiator, Pall. . . . 1G4 

Fig. 2. — GoMPHosus viRiDis, Cuv. . . . . 164 

Fig. 3. — XiRicHTn>'s cvANiRosrKis,£uv. A new species • 1^5 



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Plate 55. Fig. 1. — Fistularia tabacaria, B1. {The Tobacco-pipe Fish, also 

called Flute-mouth) . . .163 

Fig. 2. — Ckntriucus scoLOPAX, hin. (The Sea-S/iipe) . . 169 

Fig. 3. — Amphisile scutatus, Lin. (The Shielded Sea-Snij)) . 169 

Plate 56. Fig. 1. — Cyprinus amaras, (The Amorous Carp) . , 171 

Fig. 2. — GoBio vulgaris, (The Common Gudgeon) . . 172 

Fig. 3. — Labeo niloticu?, Geoff. (The Mullet of the Nile) . 173 

Plate 57. Fig. 1. — Leuciscus idus, Bioch. (The Alhe, commonly/ called the White 

Fish) . . . . . 173 

Fig. 2. — CoBiTis BARBATULA, Lin. (The Common Bearded Loach) . 175 
Fig. 3. — PcEciLiA UNiPUNCTATA, Val. (The One-dotted Foecilia) . 176 

Plate 58. Fig. 1. — Lebias fasciata, Val. (The Fasciated Lebias) . 176 

Fig. 2. — FuNDULUs BRAsiLiENSis, Val. (The Fundule of Brazil) . 176 
Fig. 3. — Cyprinodon flaa'Vlus, Val. . . . 177 

■ Fig. 4. — Anatomical details of the Fundulus fasciatus, Val. (The 

Fasciated Fundule) . , . 176 

Fig. 5. — Dentition of the Lebias rhomboidalis, Val. (The Rhom- 
boid Lebias) . . . . .176 

Plate 59, Fig. l.—Esox LUCIUS, Lin. (77ie Common PtA:<?) . .177 

Fig. 2. — Microstoma mediterranea, Risso (The Mediterranean 

Microstoma) . . . . . 178 

Fig. 3, — Stomias barbatus, Risso (The Barbed Stomias) . 178 

Plate GO. Fig. 1 . — Salanx Fuscrs, Cuv. and Val. . . .179 

Fig. 2. SCOMBKESOX SAI'RIS, B). . . . . 18U 

Fig. 3.— ExocExrs acutis^( T/ie Sharp-snouted Flijiny-Fish). A new 

species . . . .180 

Plate Gl. Fig. 1, — Mormyiujs oxyrhinchis, Geoff. Cuv. (The Tnie MorDujrus 

ojyrhinclius of tlie Ancient Egyptians) . 182 

Fig. 2. — ScHiLBE MY.STUS, GeofT. (The Silure of the Ni/e) . 183 

Fig. 3. — Synodontis scheilan, Geoft". (The Schal of Etjtjpt) . 185 

Plate G2. Fig. 1. — Bayard utile, Cuv. and Val. A new species . . 185 

Fig. 2. — Doras dorsalis, Cuv. and Val. A new species . . 186 

^Fig. 3. — HETEUouaANCHUs punctata, Cuv. and Val. A new species 186 

Plate G3. Fig. I.—Porcls bayad, Geoff, and Cuv. . . .184 

Fig. 2. — Mouth of thePiMELODES Bi.uchji, Cuv. and Val. . Ib5 

Fig. 3. — Pi.oTOSLS albilabkis, Cuv. and Val. A new species . 187 

Fig. 4. — Callichthys longifilis, Cuv. and Val. . . 187 

Plate G4. Fig. 1. — Aspredo octocirrus, Cuv. A new species , . 188 

Fig. 2. — Hypostomls PLEiDT0Mi;s, Cuv. . . . 189 

Fig. 3. — LoRicAKiA CATAPUUACTA, Lin. . • , 1S9 

Plate C5. Fig. 1.— Salmo fario, Lin. (The Common Trmit) . . 191 

Fig. 2. — Mallotis GR.KLANuicis, Bl. Cuv. (The Capelan) . 192 

l''ig-.3. — CoREGONfes oxYUHiNCHLS, Lin. Cuv. (The Lacerett)' . 193 

Plate C6. Fig. 1.— Myletes Hasselqustii, Cuv. (The Salmon of the Xile) 196 
Fig. 2. — CuRiMATA GiLUKUTii, Quov. and Gaym. . . 194 

Fig. 3. — Sauris mediterraneis, Cuv. (The Mediterranean Saurtis) 197 

Plate G7. Fig. 1. — Ci.upea uakkngds, Lin, (The Coinmon Herring) . 200 

Fig. 2. — Gnatiioi oius mlcuonatus, Lacep. ; or Odonlognulhe 

aiguillonne _ . 202 



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Plate C7. Fig. 3. — Pristigaster Amerkanus, Cuv. and Val. (The American 

Fristiyader) . . . . '203 

Plate 68. Fig. 1. — Amia calva, Lin. (The Amia) , . . 206 

Fig. 2. — Lepisostels osseus, Lin. {The Lepisosteus^ . . 207 

Fig. .3.— PoLYPTERUs BiCHiu, Geoff. {The Birchir) . . 208 

Plate G9. Fig. \. — Megalops cyprinoides, B1. {The Great Megalope) . 204 

Fig. 2. — Chirocentrus dentex, Schn. {The Many- toothed Chirocen- 

trus) . . , . .204 

Fig. 3. — Erythkinus Malabaricus, B1. {The Erythrin of Malabar) 206 

Plate 70. Fig. 1. — Gadu.s merlangus, Lin. {The Whiting) . - 210 

Fig. 2. — Lota vulgaris {The Common Ling) . . . 210 

Fig. 3. LePIDOLEPRUS CiELORHYNcm-Sj Risso, . . . 212 

Plate?]. Fig. 1. — Platessa limanda, Lin. (The Dah) .... 214 
Fig. 2. — Rhombls; Platessa rhombus, Lin. (The Barbae or oval 

Turhot) . . . . .215 

Fig. 3. — AcHiRus MARMORATGS, Lacep. (The Marbled Achirus) . 217 

Plate 72. Fig. 1. — Lepadogaster gouan, Lacep, . . . 217 

Fi<j. 2. — Cyclopteris lijipls, Lin. (The Lump Sucker) . . 218 

Fig. 3. — EcHENEis remora, Lin. (The Remora) . . .219 

Plate 7.3. Fig. 1. — Mir.ena angiilla, Lin. (The Common Eel) . • 221 

Fig. 2. — Gymnotus electricvs, Lin. (The Gymnotus, also called the 

Electrical Eel) . . . . .225 

Plate 74. Fig. 1. — Ophidium barbatim, B1. (The Common Donzelle) . 227 

Fig. 2. — Amuooytes tobianis, B1. (The Lancon) . . 227 

Fig. 3.— Ammodytes lancea, Penn. (The Equille) . . 228 

Plate 75. Fig. 1. — Syngnathvs viuidis, Risso (The Green Sea Eel) . 229 

Fig. 2. — HiPPocAMprs brevirostris, Cuv. (The Short-anouted Sea 

Horse) . . . . . .229 

Fig. 3. — Peg AS IS draco, Lin. . .... 230 

Plate 76. Fig. I. — Triodon birsarils, Reinw. . . . 234 

Fig. 2. — Balistes RECTAXGULts, Schn. (The File-Fish) . . 235 

Fig. 3. — OsTRACIoN TRIQUETER, Bl. .... 237 

Plate 77. Fig. 1. — Acipenser stvrio, Lin. (The Common Sturgeon) . . 239 

Fig. 2. — Spati'laria spatula, Maud. . . • • 240 

Fig. 3. — Callorhynchls Antarcticus, Lin. (The Antarctic Chi- 

micra). , . • • 241 

Plate 78. Fig. 1. — Scylhu.m malaisianum, Lesson. . . . 243 

Fig. 2. — Squalls carchakias, Lin. (The Wliite Shark) . 244 

Fig. 3. — Zyg/Ena MALLEis, Val. ... . 247 

Fig. 4. — Pristis aktiqlorlm, Lath. (The Common Saw-Fish) . 248 

Plate 79. Fig. 1. — Rhinobatls l.evis (The Smooth Rhinohatus) . . 249 

Fig. 2. — Torpedo narke, Riss. (The Ocdlated Torpedo) . 250 

Fig. 3.— Trygon Halgani, Less.* . . . . 2ol 

Fig. 4. — Cephalopteua Giouna, Lacep. . . . 253 

* A newly discovered species of Ray, nearly allied to the Raia Sephen., Forsk. 



XXll TABLE OF THE PLATES. 

PISCES. Vol. II. Page 

Plate 80. Fig. 1. — Pethomyzon marinus, Lin. (The Sea Lamprey) . 254 

Fig. 2. — Anatomical details of the Petromyzon fluviatii.is, Lin. 

(The River Lamprey) .... 254 

Fig. 3. — Am»io(;Etes branch ia lis, Lin. (The Common Pride) . 256 

Fig. 4. — Anatomical details of the Ammoca:tes ruber, Lacep. (Tlie 

Red Pride) . . . .250 

PISCES, OSTEOLOGY. 

Plate I.— Osteology of the Perch. The skeleton . . .209 

Plate 2. — The front and back of the skull, and the bones of the branchia; . 209 

Plate 3. — The bones of the face, the branchioe, the shoulder, cavity of the 

stomach, and the vertebrae . . . 209 

Plate 4. — Myology of the Perch. Exhibiting the external appearance of the 

nerves, when viewed in a lateral position .. . . 310 

Plate 5. — Exposing the whole depth of the lateral nerves • . 312 

Plato 0. — Details of the Myology of the Perch. Views of the neck, brain, and 

Great sympathetic nerve .... 325 

Plato 7. — Details of the Splanchnology and Angiology of the Perch . 352 

Plate 8. — Details of the Splanchnology and Angiology of the Perch . 352 



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1 Luciopeica Vol'^pnsis pal/as Th£ liussian. Perch.' 2. !Nipihon spint>sus I Tlu Spiiuul Hiplwii-I 
3. Enoplosus antuifiu.n.TheAnntdEHcplcsus./ 



LLV,.U;i.Li Itr/uhnrn, .' PIJ Balt,-i/. 



^^rdmal JQni;d/777i . 



risers, rj. f). 




1. Scrrimiis mil fri/i s . f Th f .s-/>i/ieil Srrrr/riiis J 2. SpirraTnis rolirillu.yo/i.'Tfii- rnjinmni SiTinnusj 
W. SpTj-amis ifiiftjs. Yoh. (TIii' MfTini tifHtf 7iffJiirrmr>fii7i ' 



-l/'iiJims ti irrmlir'ii'ii i /^i) Bai/f 



All III I II 1 JTii iijJrii 1 . 



Tisri-s TL 7 




\.^fimi!rayi.^ phrtrhiTi.^t'hJItrnff-^ailrd SrrToraLS / 2. ^pyrrwaxL^fascinilnrisJfoli.llJirBim- 
rirti Smmms .) 3.Sfrs3:nira.soczA/atz/s.]ff>i./77ie//nyfryrt/ Srrrmnis I 



JionJ/m: SJTaularson, 2. fflJ £<nle): 



AnxmaL JTw^dorn, 



FLS.his. 




\.F. Labajc -nrncrmatus . n. 2 . P. Labax Jupnx /i . i. Serraiius scn'bu. n., 
LcruLon. G. Mertdersan,, 2. Olcb-BaUe-y. 



, liiiinallunfidpin . 



Fisces.l'l..9. 





MlilUl'"*- 




-4 



l.Sfciiuipfwi- iliii/'liniui . 2. Stcrniiph.i' Ol/er.yt i . 



Laiidon, G. Hciiiter.i-on. 1. Clil H-u/r 



Anirrui? JE/u] drnn 



Tisccs m.M 




ti\jf/} 












3 J]iii(ii|.t. rniiJntii .Job. iTh,- MtmJrJ Jhxiarf,^ j 
J,nru/im. &J[iri/7er.s(m. 'J.ltJ Hinliv. 



Aiumal Mnqdrim 



'&^r-e<r.I'/.IO. 




I. 7Vriffn-r//r/y. 2 . ]'/iiii I'/iniDr/iiiy />/f//r'f^i.'. .'!. Jiniiictl rif t/ie ^Uwiil in . 
I .Iniin/i/ 11/' /III- Siiinic/iis. .'/. Jniiini/ nf l/ir li-nhiriiti . li.rfity/iii/dii (/iirnnKi . 



uli'ii. r, l/rn,/iT.y,in. l.O/,/ /!,ii/<-v. 



/ i/nal Jlin/jdom 



11.10 Ins 




1. Plectropoma InTpa/rtiiius n./Xccrpafii.^cttfd.:Plcctri/pi7ma 2. I'lorlropoivi .1 /^/w/ZiOf «. Jieiuiliiut 



Zondc',,.0. /li-ndv'SoiL. :■' 0/,l /JM/tV 



t ^7a7/zal Mnffderm 



Tisccs. rL.JL 




3.Ceiitiaj)risfKS nij/riiaiis 3^h.l'Anirrii;i/i B/,irA- B>iti' j 



Imi/Jmi, '^llem/irsi'^ii J. f'/J Siii7r\ 



All) null luucjilpiii 



J'l.ues.fl.n.. 




X.'Seiv&.tri /nfy-t/raiiii/alnJUVie tinirui/,//,;/ r,r, /i / 'i . 1 .1 i mm ist.-s „nriil/il/.'\ 'n<- Onnil,in.i;iiiiiiiisl 
S. A_spcii vul^aru-./'riie. finnnuniAjjiroj A./icut of tin- l..il)i-;in yi,/t/,iii.t I'llu- /•'inwr /',-ii-/i j 't.Il,-,i,l of llif 
L a fe s 7W 6 iUc fHie Am m-ifait Bi7c e j 



J„nwhm. 0. rf,;„/n-s„„. i.t'U /M/,-\ 



laL liuunicTn 



I'L 1.2 Ms. 




] Helia-ies aisolatus n. 2. Pom 



aceutxus fascaia.:, ,1. 3. CiypLisodoxi ca!i^.,U7r:iLS > 



^ntnnif Ixhuhhim . 



risrr.s.rt./r. 




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.,„/■/, \\.il.:<l .i. Ilr.l.l .■! ///, A.-.-.ni.i )„/.,„,,..■ Thr i: ^, n, „■ 
llinn,. rilr M,;/,l.r, ■■,„.„„ tW„i,-r .'.. Il,;l,l ,.llll. Uv|>l.. 
(■,,1 liii.s i'.i.<, inhis 



,.n,ill.-l \ll,:,.l..,ll,. l'„lv|.i ion , ,v 
,ii,„„ln.< il,,- S,;!/. \\,;l V,.lh, ,l'l/,. 



I..;,,l,;, C Il.u.l.r.s-.'!,,?. f>U li.nl,^ 



Arvimal Kini/tJx^m. 



ri.u-/'s.Fl.ri 




I Kti-Us rarlmiirulux. fllie ICf^Ji.r / ■> . \-\iy,\oyvion lu/iisruihiiii. ITIic bifil.uhifr /Ji/,f„p/?r,,>n J 
; //<<„/ „///,r Uiiro in.i,ir„„.../llt,-fll,u-l(llii.<.u-> A. Il,-<i.l ofl'i'- N'iplio'i .<t'iii"<iij .itli,- Sphiv yi/ilwi,! 
It.Hnul ,>ttlif Kn.i|,l,.sus luniiitii.' 'Thr Eno/ilosiis or mm,;/ Cn;/i ijfJ.ip.in I 



i:,m,lan.HIl-udi-ru,n. St'/ J Urn I,-. 



. Jbizm allSTUjdinrb . 



Tisc<:s.T1.2:^,.iis. 




i.jDnlrs j}iinfp/tirhi.i.Nr/i.''nirBi'rilf7-rilI}ini7ri ^' I);ilinii in<iniifii 
3 ■ Tliera j)ii il 77irr//p.r. 



T.cmdr>7ii f^Jlrrii/ersim. 2 (/ii/ Sitilrr 



^}lill,',l/ Juilitihi?/! . 



I'iscrs.r/Jl. 




X.Ayiii'iani'rj- iiiull<>riini.'2'/ie llfd Siirrmilletj 2.Pi>iu;ifoJuUS fe/r.friJfiillni . 'U7if 2'r/i\i-r,yif PimintunilisJ 
3.Lus-iuiierfa.riifn//-t]./77ir roninioii Snniirr i ■X.JJ.tntl qfihr riii-ilii<lix>ti"rn.s arahiriis. 'Tiihn/, of Hie 
'thy ! .'« Uriid fi the Aiiil)a>isis roii i ni er.roni i .' 'J'li f II uon I J 



J.nnfinn . <;. JTrnde rxott , I', Old Jiitllf\: 



^ /ji/Tnal Sz nffeffrr n . 



Fisces.Tl.M. his. 




lies caa-i,u'-.Kh. 2. Pom-oils vuI{;arui.:FoT/. fUie cmmrumPom^rtix irrJmrr-ifanl'tnuTFiTih^ 
3 . 'Siacajxfka.sja^anzaLJ. Woh. f'lTu- PriiiroDtTi ir/JapiniJ 



Xmi/it7n: i'.Bl7u}i'ri cri . 2- t'/i/Mrn/i:v. 



AnimalKmi/doiii 



Fisres.T/M 





^.- m 




/ i ® 




LSerrauus he.r<i</(>ii<,ni.-. (in: s.tf.Mernu.fT}ie Burof/on Sen Perriv.} 2. Meso(prio»i.»y«, <»«»'. /iWr <i«- 
Tauha orPud Mr.toprion I ?>.lfeail,>fthe'!\s'V^-u-an-ia\x.sjturUa.Cu%'. fHir Wltitr Lady of Mnrti>ii,ftif ' 
•^.Seatl of Hie Sci-rauixs iintfiui.<: .>:fi.B<u-hur. f'nv. ^fhr MrdJtfiTiinefm Barherl 't.l£e<i<l fft/ir Di.irojie 

rivii/iiftifiiv. Tlif (hriiiiiiiiiJtl f)ratij 



/.«ii./«» f.\ l{,i„lris,>ii. :. 0/,l H,iil,\ 



An.a/iii/M/it;dom . 



FiscesFLJO. 




I ■Cen.ira-cc'h.VLS s^)nre>rW^j-. 2 Dules rupe.rtris.fT7veI)ilii7e ) ^i./feti-J, fiffAe Vanxaixs vuit/arts 
n,- Jnurir.u, Poii.l Fercli I \.Hrad of flir Friatii i.tlni ■; jiifjiniifu..: Tlif Priarantlnu'^ i^Japiui j 



Zofi*ltnt:(r. JifiiderstJn . 'J. tHilBtu'Zey. 



h'sces I'LIo bw.-. 




i.Pfl.u- rdwnf^tostLnun,. 2. .PJatvceplialus asvr. 3.Dactyioplerus orienlalis.ruib. 



Animal Einr/dcm 




1 .TKerapoix/j«i*r./77;/! T?u-raf>on i 2 PeLates qun-iriliiieatii.c.! Th.fniir /iiicl Fclafi .^- 1 
TricKodoTi St<'Ht^i Jnif TrUh^ithnj I \.U,ntiofthe'Kf\a\es. se.,/i„ r„/ii.>- 77i,- sT.r liiu-iijfr/ftesl 



LoiuLvi:(^HeiuUrson. Z. OU Bailey. 



A?zirruCL I&izgdo? 



Tl/Tm- 




1 Ilelotes ser Linentwi. nob . 'l^\yr\T^vi&\is japoriiois.tv. 3.Holotentnxm hastatam.n . 



Landiyn. (i.Jlaidersotv, 2, Oht BaUe^ . 



Jji nil 111 Ainifdorn 



Piscfs.FlM: 




\.lTAi:\\nx\x-s. ,irn?u'iis Bisn. 2.Percis cditcellMta.. A. rTTiniosropiis ^i//fij/ii.< 
V.jriuu/ o-i //!,■ Piiigiiiprs Urasiliunvis. S.Jlrnd trf- fJir Pca-c ojiliis^ Urasihtmit.s 



I.,milvu. IrJlaiJrrs.m !. 01,/ Biii/,\ 



I 



^hiiiiiiil KiiDfi/nui 



fix,-.'.,-. /'/.///.//, 




vllinrn. 2 3J'vri}ijis It-.-: ,irvi-lit-lli-i 
li.Jt.rvx ,/,r.n/„,/^/,,..-. 



/.nlnlrn .(.' J f.n.l.;:.;;. i'.l'hl /:„l/.y 



Ariimal }uni;Jor7L-- 



F1.18 Us. 




1. Pra-cis .•icirUf'ajcujto, n, 'Thj-Juijf hanJeeWcrns/i. Vcicophis h-asHid/iiix. /,. TlirJini.iiliuiUWcfjTliis, 
.3. LIj-njioNcopus uu-rmU.n. 77u- unuriurii Stiir hu:cci: 



/.<■;„/,■>,. liHm.hnu-i,. J.Ohl tuUci/. 



Amm/zl Kcnxtdoryv. 



Fl 18 tei-. 




l.Ber-vx UneaBu^m..^.. TTacliitms r,,,/,,,//,.^.,, ,. JUiifuijws cr.ixiioui/xs. n 



Lcn(0m.C.Saul4-nrcn2. Old Bai/tru. 



?i}iuil M/i//iJiiii, 



P/.lfJ. 




. PolyiK-niiis; eiinfti/liittyliis. Z. Sjilivi' ivii ii xnilijari s i Papalejiis rorrijtiii iiuliL.r Jd.rso. 
\ Vyvnv\xs lutiiis. n.llcid ofrJ)fMn\\v\i. h,irhniii.~-. 



J.,m,l„ti ll. J/rnJr,s,m. .' /V// JIaiJrv. 



. iirimal Jfm^dorn 



F 1 19 Ins. 




T..lv„Hinu,s ..ii,.„lr;tHis ilh.- few flJmu„J,-.] J'.,ni,li.-<,rish , ?.. P.uv.1c|>ik .■.f/n;r„„i./^.. J(y.s 



Z/rnylin, e. If.yiJ^.-r.sc'/i.. 2. O/J /iiA// 



Ani^naJ. Mtuidom. 



I'l.WS.J'i.JO 




Sfiid of a foil ___ r^a/u.c ?n<nThini.J.7 



/.midi-n. O. Hfiidnvcn.Z .ol.l auite\' 



^'1 lit tILui Jiint/lh'IIL. 



Tl. 20 bis. 




I!ae'> ifj'in III,/ r' 2 Muliiis iuir/r,i/i'.i /.imt. 3 rncnou.s /'//. 



tun I'j'inillt/ 



pcnou.s I hiinuuiu n 



^dii ima.L Jfinadcnrv. 



TL 21 biy. 




I \ 






IplUU'!'^ 





I ' Amiopus iiinuosiij.ii. '-. ViAoy ja/'i<fii<ii/'/. n 5. Svi 



LcTidcn. i' JfrnJcrSc'H. .?. Olil Jiii/ii/. 



Inuilti/ JitiiiftiiViL 



J'l :.'>. A/. 




.S<(>i|,a-ria .iru„Jio;„U'. n 2. Hembras ,a/:'n/.,,. // .5. Hc,miI.|.uI>,Ius J/Jr. .,,.„. 



t'-ii,l.'it.ii.llcn.iii\y,:), . ,'. Old /Jail r, 



^liiuiifil lu/ii/i/nri) . 



Tisrrs.T/.JJ. 




1 1ri^yl■.i /><r.,7,,/i/,r„r,i/.X- (in-. :^ . CejilliiLK-.-liitlius .r/jui,nr7/,l . /in- 3 . Cotlus //«/-«.i<i.r (iir. 



l.nlon: i; //,;„/.■ r..;.„. ! l'UJl,„/n 



chilli lilt /iiJ/i/t/i'/ii 



/'/ </' /-/v 




I ri-iouolu.s trUniliLxiirh. 2 Trivia /itrrrua Jinuiu. 3 reristeclioa cotjy^linirl niiij^ucip 



h-iiJru.r~.Hm,l,-rs,ii > ///,/ /;,///,• 



udjiiniiil Jui/>/iJj^"i- 



Tisi^es.n. U. 




-St. fi 11. s 



1 . ^spitHplio 



y.iheu.u..- (hv LMni.l ofih,- ^l.v (>i<lij.Ii<.ji..s i/,,,,,!, !.-,;■„,.< . lin. .!. Jl.-jiHf iijj 
.1-. r,n: l.H.-iii;i;i.-jix.li.fTis lU,s,,.l,iv .'<.J/.:i,/,-fl/,r Thxiyv ,•^^^x.^lns „s/,,i:lh: 



Im„l,m.t,. ir,„,/,rs,'„ J I'l.l B.nleA 



.mill- iLil'ujdeTl. 



Fl: 2-1 bis. 




l.Trigla pijri/^:n^l>jTh£Butternyi^urn.ayd/ 2.Cottas buha/is J-M/'hr-J Thi-Jiulllli-adl 3. Oljliclitirrs Laniisdofii . 



Ziridcn. a. Ifeiidj^son.. 2. OU ff.d/jn/. 



^JiiiinaL Jimx/do 



Pl.24 ter 




1 Sria-Tia /j^ttwi, n. 2 Otolxtlius riLbern. T> OtoSxCoMS tarccn,. 



Zai,/nri. r. //fvi./airoii 2. OUStulfif. 



.Jnuiid/ luiif/t/i'i 



risres.ri. 26. 




ScclupsLdrs 7yco,,enU. h . Read of t/i<: raejui.i.x se„uU-{7uvt,uv. i\M,„J „t,J<<- UiirvJInis nunohi- 



Zmulmi, /r,7ra„fKi:rn,1. 2. t'U B,ll7.'v. 



.Ijiitutil Juiu/if/mi . 



T'i.urs.Fl:23. 




I I'LilTi-.>|i]iiLliisy?-,CT//y.i-^wi^-. Cio-. i.a.Tl,ic7ai,/s iiftJir bnly towar.ls tj„- H,,i,l. j l>. TliirJai,).! ,'/ t/if 
iiii.lJl,- !. '<<•. i>v^,.i-iii\ /,r'.iyy,Mc,? . &,. 3.Tirm.motus 1ri,i,</nlhij.s- fnv. 



It'TtJc///; (rHaiJersiii. '! OhlBmJcV- 



, / / inuLJ Junfpdimz. 



J't. 23. iris. 




1. Sebastes iwri'cqicus.n. 2 Blppsias /^VAyw.r./). ,i, PteTois roliw^ 



Xondc^ii. G.JIcrula'scn. U OULJiaJJcM. 



^ 1 1 : / nuiL Hxngdonu. 



PI. 2 J ter 





1 Otol illius gtLati2£upcL rv. 2 . AncvlodoB. -pai-i -Lpiniiis «., 3 . Corviua semUuctuosa n . 



Zcndi'u It. HcjiJ^-soii.. .?, OlitJiail^y. 



A/u/naf Ki/ifirlt'iii . 



Fisces Fl.26. 




l,S<-7):istPs vmuihi/is /i,y. :^. lU.-psjiis tri/,'/'"-< /w 



Iotul,m.l^JI,-i„l,r.<,m. :' 111,1 B,„/n 



AllillKI I IiUlll<ll/llt . 



Flsri's.l'l. ■Jo. 

,1 




l.PrtgeilTis crjitrodontu^t. 2.Booj)s j-ajfiu. ^.HrMJ Itf^tJ/ (fthe S>ixxp\s Hfiulilctii . 27ie Stitytur 
Tl,„iiHoii ,'fth^ Pa^V lln s ^rvtfirhuis. f Tile, IFa.^ el I 



Irndoti! &JTni,/rrjvn. '.'. f'MJIm./i-i\ 



'hnnl Kin>/i' 



PI .?6. fits 




I Ki|iit'S fimctiitiis lil. '2. \So\vii3. iiriv^uiens n .?> l''.lcpiuus- «(<///"iv/(;;.> 



r.m./.„.fi.N,i„/,nc'n.? OlAJJuilj-u. 



^nztizaJ^ JrlozadoirL 



Fl.ie.ter^ 




1 Ha- niulon i^uadiiliricatuni. n 2 Ha'miilon hi^,'rodcn,n . 3 PrisUpoin a InUncalwn. Ji . 



J.,.;ldvnA;. Ifmda-joic /. I'U BulJc'l,. 



AiiunalJiin^dMrro 



Fl.26.qu£or. 




// 







L. I'jpmnas s,mi'Li'nr/us. 2 He j.T/u-Bnn,, r/'rlt^ Sr/n-n^i Putrui -i.^iSiScyUns inwyinaOcs Ehr. 



l.ctiJmul Jiend.i-rson.2.0M l.'-ii/jii. 



I ///'/III/ Jui//////'/// . 



Fisres.Tl.27. 




1. AdiiajjTis peniviiinii.t /h\ . '!. Telai- riuuiilatum (iiy 



Lm,i^ii ■ i:.llauU-rs,>,i J. C'UJiaiUy. 



Anxmal- Kuiadcrrv 



PL 27. ter. 




i rTh-}>hi5o(loTi /.v;mf<-///« . 2 . Aiu|iluprioTi /«ft;y^r<-^//.. 3 Aiiipliipnoii tumoitus.it. 
Zcndni e.tlaidrrsrn., 2. Old 3ailcu. 



Arunial J&iodaTtL. 



FL27.ter. 




1 Xoliotes somix,:'lf/rtujn 2 . Diapramma tv7(V7/<z//>. /t. 3 Diagraimna ra;7>/ww- ??- 



Lcndcn. £■. Henderson.. .?. O/J BaUm . 



AnirruiLJilruidom . 



lj'l.27.quai: 




1. Gasterosteus Cra£kuTus.CMt'.et\'al.l.C>a.sXf^xos\e\i& Gyinnunjs.Cu,i'.e^Tal. 3.GasterostEus 

noi-ebcracerhsis . Un'.ct lal 4 Gastei-osteus h-iurus. Caret ],il . 



Lmd/yn.il Henderst-n, 2. Old liiiiint 



Annual Ai/u/d'^ii- 



Fisces.Tl 2X. 




S.Orposmjia rttnifrruni On: 



Imdiu,: &MemIcrs,m. Z. fl/dAiilfy. 



Ill tin id l\iiu:iiLmi, 



J" 1: 2d. bis. 




I lV)^oiiias /k)y-^i2^^iJ•. /f./7y/<-/y«i/;<?'/</7^/<.v/y/)o-./2.l'mbriiia coroides.n . .'i. Mu-i-oiiojioii lliu-u 



f.riuit'.u. 4.'r./Ji-ii/J^Tscii.'.'. Old Bailcii . 



-dnii} I J J. lujli). hni i 



Ti.urs.I-f.J.S'- hi 




-l.tiii'i iixiis hrfvirtjts. X'/i. IThi.l.iirinir I 2.Xpjiipli"ru -s J'/tni/'ivi .M-/'. 'T/iiy^epiptifv r'f llii 

,y' St Fi iirn-is I .i . ('..x-\-iii;i ,;;//,u,i.,y,-/>. T/if Sfifit,;/ (,-i viii.i 
'i^uftitiiiciil iliiirils I'ftli,- Vniiii itf Hir A-a.ii\>a.& sciitiiil . it^iiiuitmiirnl ilrtiiih I'f !/irJ)ririii i'/ thr (Ijiliii 

J.,tn,htt:li.K7i,lnx.ti.'J.l1J Il.n/.v 






yjriiinal KtinjdMm. 



risers. F/ J.W /,i 




\..}t\n'XLit voitmnrin.yoh. ^.Bonjis siilpiiXoli 3. ApJun-ciis lyrrn/rxn:/!.--. Xf/i. \. A fr,i,iiiiriit 
\ i;t' till- int,-rin'i.i-i//,irv juw irf,i TJniiiniirs wit/i lli, iin'l,iry i/, hir/iriJ . ;'i.Thr .'ii/irricr iii/,-riiiii.i- 
il/iiry jiiw ii/' It S'l/i/iis. -/. ///.'• i>ici.sirt\s-. /> . T/iiji-riit u/' a/i iiirisin- li-otJi . <■ . I'ln /ii,'/,ir.'- . 



l.,.i„lo„ .(■■. Il,;„l,-i:«'i,::.('l,l H.iil.- 



J)urnaZ Jfaitfdc Tn. 



=.=..==^^ ^ Jisc&s R, 2S ter. 




.Aps,lns/«.M/.c. ,t 2 Xhxxo&cTX strigaUcsZatt^sd.. 2, Chxyoiaix rcUadaau 



J.cnden, &. IfendersoTL 2 OU,3aUeif . 



AthonaL Xingdcrrrv. 



Fl.28.te>^ 




1. Latilus d^liMusn^.2X.\eAaA.A.c.\.\\-as. z<7jkz&/jv). 3. Mact^naria laj^rra/asi/p.n. 



ZcmJ^n. G.Sendcrjmi.. 2. Old. RaiZey. 



Annual fiiiuidcini 



UL 28 Qiuu\ 




1 "Y^ssxaionaXostriacamJiMS.LcLCcrp. 2.Ai^istiis IrcuAirufi^es.i.Auistas Tru>ncida/J:j'lus. iv. 



/..lu/.'iii: //,;„/,7m;i, :'i>/,I /i,iiJ,-i,. 



^4nZnuil JfinQilfnrh 



Tl 28. cfimT. 









l.Ccaitearcllus j-/70/-cWt-.>' -'.Kvpticus .ncruitns .". I'lnliitps fas.i.i 
X ondcru G. JlenjLci-scn...^. Old Bajleu 



^iiiwiiil Kini/Ji'/n . 



Pisces. PhZfl. 




i. yniiifii-s Fercmii IThf Shepherd/ 2. Ciaiasyi: hoops. (The Talse MacJcerel it ftinnfoiil j 
3.(r;i.7Ius irt/yf>ti<ii-iis.fl7iel:iiYj>'tiiin Gal bis / furicr'sIiihYoloqy.Yfl.J.ptitjr HP. 



I..;„l,;,.(:j/,;i.l,-r.',.f,.:;.lll,l/i,nl.-, 



■])ihnul Kiiu/ih)i)i.. 



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Xandim: &.SeitJersvn. 'J. ('Id BoiJyv 



fnifual Minffdoiji.^ 



Pucej. ri. 29. bij. 




,i>"''^ 

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%^^ 





1. Otx)litb.tLs tCEToe.A'oi. 2 . Otolitlnis (riuil2t/ijp£u2rob. fUte. Striped Otolitfuij 



.i . ("oi-Tn iijj li>7tatii . yob. 



-IcriJim.. IrJTauh-ri iin. 'i. I'/J L'lii/f 



AnhnaZJUngdcrm.. 



T'CsossIl.29 )^^. 




,^ta^o^stnga>,^uLuj.SaL 2.CJiaetoaon ^^^7^.^/^, 3. tTia=todon ^plrxppw-urL 



Lon.l^n- /; }l,'nda:!cn-:/. c'ldJi.Tiiai- 



AnunML Ifzngdam/ 



FL.29.tef 




ICIicilodactvlus coj-porienius. n„ 2. Srolopsides lywff/mis n.?>.T>\a<^a.mnKi i/athenrui. n . 



J,ondj3n. f'.llenderson , 2. Old hiiiUu. 



Jji iiimlJIintfdmn 



Pisces ri. 30. 




Pi islipojn.i hihiwatitn). ct.Hrael nf r/n- Diii-^liiinJiia ,^Hriit,i7i- . 



linulni: <;jle7iJ,-J-s--ii. -'. tnJ B.,ihy- 



liNjiKi? JungtitTn i 




lXciosto3iai.s 7imn.eral2.s-. JT'A ''trr .TpTiniu^ Tnnnerati.v. Cnv.j Z.^e^r^rLS nxirrops.Woh. /'Uwy STiiall 
f-yed JTeln-J^t) 3 VwVi iLa den Ira ..Yo7). 'Th,- iiUJii i- tfftJi thrviiMl 



Lniih-i,.t;Maulas,-7, J l'UBai7,y 



i 



j.-hi till III njniii//n)i 



TLsreji FL3a />u 




. Saar^ijj; atuiuhtrix. yi'h. 2. Stirj|>i].« r?uiiiihintJc.(.'yi>h. 
3 . Chai:kix./Jf/y//M/,y.ff. JS^nh.ftltr ftnn niim J h/i/zi ■/,■/,// J 



J^n,/,m^ /,./r,n.lii.u-n. '!. I'/.l 7/,nh 



r .viniri la 1 mne/dtrm.. 



Fis<:£s.:Pl.30.Irr. 





i-CirrnrsapJxinrst/j'/i/itrff/j-.J/'//. 2A'hT\v-S(jj>hxy-s crassirostris.Jni 
S.Gnry-sijjiJnrvs mtniiit.^Ti. 



Xmul/rn^ I^JIaiilcrjim. 2. iUBailiry. 



iuLIlLHijdvrrL. 



I I.' <•<'„• ,' ' . /(/ UU\ 




1. Zcuichis c<p?7iu.ftt.f. 2.Heiiioclins tiuviocfros. n . 
ZanJ.m.&.Bend'ursirii. /. (JldScOa/. 



.„,/.■ 



I'L JL' QlUlt- . 




N;^^ 



id^iii-icxiun . 



' lOiir.ij.urus 'rt,f.^xKUUnns * 



i^nJfn.C^gnd^Tfcn, LaJJiail-nf. 



^lirntil luj/i/il^m 



Tisc-e.'!.Fl.31 




i.S.ua 



„.tw:'-fr;,i.-r.,M;i.M,) 



Ii'n,iri,;(T^rjlJi^sim. .'. (Wlnihy. 



.Jn uruil MnjfJmn 



IPisces.I'l. 31. 6ij. 




.S t'iljjr'llll* t'ri/lltlHIxt.Xfli, 



It*>ittt>li:fi.lltyitfit\v,ni, ! I'ltl lt,)ilrV. 



■djn^l Mii^dirmy. 



I'isces.J'L. 31. Ta: 








'-mL 







l.J.e-f\avxai.s ^ eruvii/tttiL.t. JIffi/t . 2. Cautliai-us viili/aris.Jfol) 
3.Boaj)s viil/iari^<. Xoh. 

I,iJii//ivi. /i.Vriutasi'n, .'■ I>IJ Birilev. 



ii'inalJioia<ioni 



Fl.31 Quar. 




1 . Holar anthTis'.f/^7>J>r?^to?ir. rv. 2.Hola canthus Lamardm.lacep . 3.TbinacairthTis angxdabis.n . 



Zcndcn. C.M<mdcr.~vn._ J, Old ISaitty . 



^tiiit^l IiinoJ'iin . 



-pisr,:.:FL37. 




l.CJuPt.uloi, sr/,/,;: ,in: L'.EpLii.jnis ,.r/,,.: /m: 'H,,- //,;■..;■,„ „n I 
'.^.ir.M.l ,'l'tJ,. t'|iJii|.j.us l,-i„iir,'.HrL- . 



Xi'iUm: i;.l[ni,lfr.<,m. ;', t'lJIIailrv. 



Ajiun.£il 2l!ftfj/Lrm . 



fiscf^^.TL 32. 7;ts. 




1 Den If x^ I'ncnii . Soi. fPeri'ri's JJattC'X j 2 .1}eji.i:n:i./i//77/i/v/ti>jiej Jp//. 
■i ilrnifx. vii7i/irfi s.'JXoIj. fllif I'l'mimtn Dmtr.v/ 



l.inii/fii^ if//r/i,/rrMni. !. f'/il £ai/cy. 



^ni/TTJiI. Zin^derm . 



I^ces.JT.. 32. Ter.- 








ZTi,f,',r t;jf.~,.:U-r, ,^, :'. .'U/Ktif.-ir 



JnimaL Mirutdarrv. 



J'l32.ta-. 




Tli,-.l.,/i,,lyp/ie7-tLSn'Uh6LsinffUIhrsal. 3Apriuil iij-c.tceris.n. 



Zor,d,ii. a ff,v:,frrs,^n. :>. CU1 BaUen. 



ATJxmxCiJivngcLoT 



Pl.32 (fiucr. 




lAaabas jcoTidens. n. 2. Psettus Seha.iL. i. The^Zaijri/it/ud Orffofv or the- 0pku»pft4duJ Scnatus. 
4 Anatomy cf the. Brain, of the. Osp/ircrmejuu Ovuroina . 



XoTidcn. O.Jfenderjpny, 2.0lcLBaU^ . 



'/"ima/ Mrii/dorn 



PiscejMSo. 






1 "ivoxiAicrf sromlrus/'lAe commoru'ifacJsTely 

2 Thv nnns vitlaariyi/ulunny, 

3 Auxxa J'p/ef^/Ae. -/itxit ■ 

'/ i/u moil/ A n ilftlhe leelL£/'the^4uKis. 
d (ie 7nt)u//io/Ve]mnys sarda . 

/. fiidfln GJ/etuterson 2 ffld Jiuilev 



r, 



Tisrrs.FI. :-i3. 





LL 



] Hr)liii;iii(lrn.s rihiirisll'iiy i. PoiiiiitiiTifhiis i>iir,-iis. I'l, 



J..mJ.>,,:(:jI.i„t,;s,m. / t'U TUil,^ 



j47tirruiZ. JrijujJ/Ji/i. 



Tlsccj. JPL 33. bis. 




l.JejifapTis auraliue^ttZLS.JToTi. flTie froTdnv strijieil Fentupmic I 1 .Ptui.tiijJiii jjmosiLs JHoh 



Xniiioii. &Ur/n/ciitvi I' />lilSrii^-v 



^diTTMl Mru^diTTti . 



FLsce.s.^1.33. Ter. 




3 . Oplii- (•jjjTaliiS !b)i//<itiLS . 2. Opliicepluiliis .^Iri/r/us. ffl . 
3.0phiceplialiis ifrdruli/iosus. Sub. 



Ziiiidim. l^MauIfj-son . 2. t//J Hcu/f v. 



An znuiL Kiru^cLo iny. 



J'V.33. g-UMT. 







Aiiiinnl MrupJojii . 



risces.fl.Al. 





m....t 



l.l'l;,t;ix ^:,„„„>r,//./,<r i.lUrU,,, , I... „, h,„..- . I, 



j.„„.i.„ i..n.„.i.,..-.. -.'I'/./ n„ii. 



Animal ^^iffdanh. 



Tisce^.TL.S^.iis. 




TL. Epliippirs GfTreeruCi. yob. 2. Bi-eFpaoie p^tnctata. Ifoh. 

^.JlrndoftJie SpdxoTnraaxclLe. -^Mea,! of 0u- MaxTinpodo.. ^.m-aAtfffu: Gi,m„m (\iUs 



J.im,hvi: eMmJasun, :' I>IJ ]lair,v. 



^liina/ Jumj/lenii . 



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1 Jljiit} t'f r/ir'^\'yt\a,\fi t)/nt7it4^(.I.fUir SmodT lisli ti yi'iiiin siilriri-t ' Ci .Xhr stiirif iis i'ifl. I .fnit 
lti/,r/, fr,r„, „ f„/l „r,nl„ Xl sj, 



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.hiiiiUii liiiuidcin 



PL 3-/ qiuir 








1 Piiuelepterus /i,..>YjV. Z.7f./ 2. T'olv.,, authus /lusseUcn. 3.Bra,urt A'«« /;?/ ,y,/,^ . 



T.rTuicn.(}.Iicruierscn,?,OU 3aiUt). 



AiuinaLKw^dortv 




1 PiimleiitiTiis tilti filmic. 7 DijiJoi'x!"" "'/'■ 



l..„M'„ ,i//,H,/.>y.'». ■; i'/,/Ji,t/.' 



initial Ent/tlcrni . 



Pi^c&s. Fl 35. bis 




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1 Thvisitps utiui.lfnh. 2.CyhiyvxELlHtTrr. 2r,>7,. 

.S Xh-V'i siti-.s Icjrithipin'iiis. 



Jjmtlm.&JFitii/i-i-MTn. 2J>/dJiiii/ev 



Jjiijiinl Juiit/tfnni . 



/V.v/v.r /'/ 






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.'. (.iMuiivlu-X Cf/ji/>,-r X'lr 



Zmi,J/wi: /i .7lni,/rr.u>ii . i' /'/,/ /ftri/ry. 



Aiuinai JxiJii/iL 



I'/Jj qtuu 




1 IfpJo.stoiiia TcmimrJ.-ii [\,tVK 2 PeTunliens /,///,-//.>-;.>-.« 3 T.jsofs //;<///.//.•/ // 



Londcn. dltcndcrson. -?. Old. tSailiytf. 



Animal £imiilom . 



TiscesM. 36. 




.i ToX.I«.S ,„. !,/„/,■, S/,. 



lc,ul.'n i;j/.„J.-,...;,. : ,'/.! I!.„l.■^ 



,' malIlmi}dom 



I'L 36. tri 




1 Gpit-ps phunieri.n-. 2. Caesio ervihroqasTcr ti . 3. Smans oJuyseli.!.! 



J.mdt:n.G.lTcndjrrsvii.3.0MJi.iil.-t/. 



.ArdmaL ITinqdcm. 



PL 37 ter. 






l.Elacate aHxinticaiL 2 Licliia <7i//a^j' /!. 3 Lif-lii;i imln/ 



LcndciK&Haidtis.^n..2. OlcLBtcCLen. 



Anuna I Ifingdom, 



I"!. 3 7 qzL£a- 






1 TkpiiLus iila^-lvfiqa, . 2 Thvvmas hnchv/'icrus iTh^maws hTcripimiis. 
XcndcrLi & Meniericn.; 2, Old Jiaileii . 



Iniii lal JEnffdoirh. 



Fisce^.Tl. JcT. 




1 ■ tVhiixia Vneolai^a,i..fThe Lrnip Tas^mi^, j 2 . Tlijr^sltes rMIen.H^f. /The. White Ifiyrsit^,, j 



lm,im: /r. JlrnJrrs.m. .'.('U Bailrv. 



.Anir naL JiirLgdoin. 



FlJo t>!.S. 




L Olistiis AlaLibcu^u-us. Cuv rt la/. 2. Scyiis indica.. Cuvet VaL. 



J.mukrt. CJIeT'.Ji^svri,, 2, Old Bailey. 



Jnunal Jfz/ic/don 



PL :',3 U 



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■^1 



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^'^ > 



c-;^ 




1 .VpolecOis stranxateus.n.1 C!im\\\frm\i% Saruu PetrirvJt.'Yxi^iXxmAy^s piunpaniisn 



T.P'iJjn^O. ITenJerscm. ?. Old 3aiiey 



Ininiycd. Jijiiiodoyji 



PL. 38 guar 




ITetrapTejos y/),'//mr /«>/;. 2 S/cdfton. cf tJhcTctiaptt^ns. IkL'Hc Jiii/r\ 



I.cn3.cn. &. ffcTiAcrson ^. O/d. Balletf. 



Atiimal EiTujdom 



Tisc^s.I'L3^. 




1 XipJiin.i i/LlJ/t,., r.. >. X,„,,r fixh l;a,'fy,;,rul,r,„,,- ... •ritLa7><uriis /.<•/, <n,-. /'///' 
l.Hl.i(;..|.lu.l.l.x /«///,,////..■. 



J.,;,,/,;,, a Jfrt,J.r ~,;,. :' ('t.lK„/f 



Anitn/d. ICuajiiain. 



J'U9 tof 




1. RlrvniihiclitTS peLccfnidisr,.. 2. ISJandus TTutfnwratus.ru'ii. Scomber colzas Gni 
I LoTUlerv (r. Henderson,: 2. OldUBcciUy . 



J'>7)uilIS/iad^77n. 



ii...c^t.I'l.4('. 





' I'' -■' .' . JJastaceniWns »/j<»<-«/«ft£.f . 3. S»^«Ja Khri'lii. A .Strati of like T^SkCAtt^ 

tica. J.i!&d</ ^f/if-PliVUcbubJt-Ila itrtil . H.^ttti of Hie'SXasXixtmakAxis ttrnittttts. 7. Hrtu/ 

1^ thr y«t;iiaiithus tltl^tij^. £:' 



jlTd.ir>.aL Ifin^n 



Fl. 40 bis. 






1 Bwirlitus diacatrthit^. n . 2. Apluitis Z/z-c^y/'/./t.. 3.Afilodactyhis purutjjtus.rv. 



Zcndfi. &.irenjlcrst^)v,2.Pld liiiiley 



•cimxiL Fiiruidom^. 



n. -fi bu-. 






-'i^'^j&r/'-''-- 



'3***.,.:, 




; ,,,.,,<, II . llJlllljtilWil. 





i Notacanthus na^i^sJiL. 2. Mastaceml>liis arjnaOjsn i. KlivGchobdella oral.rv. 



ZpruLau GMeruierson. 2. Old. Jkiiim. 



Ard maZ Mn ffdemh. 



Fisces.Fl.4-2. 




1 . 2 trasfhi er. I. fTfie. OTmrnrrt Vmy / 2 . Za^xpris ^itttttiis. Seti. flhe Moan Tixh afJarcpetJf / 
3 . St±roTixatfTLS/l(i/i>/a .X. / 'i7ir. Jifrrfiteminaai&mpr^ / 



I,nu/„„: h./fr,i,lrr.u '„ . :' I'h/ /l.„/n 



Anim/ul- Jiui^do?n< 



FiscesI'L. 42. bis. 




LAr^ejosus uorruz{:lacep. l.Caj-Bcccc trc^tzu-iLS. £a£ep. i.Caxsxoichrj'sapfays.ro. 



Xond(yt:G.J[.jnd€fSt77i^.J^, Old- /JuuLea. 



AfiLinal- KuigJxrrn. 



I'is ces I 'I 42 , ter. 




1, Blepliai-is siU).'i. «. 2 , GalUclitjs mi/^'o?: rz,. 



ZcruLonM. Tfmderscw. 2 Old Aii'/^o. 



irnal JJi/tf^o^n 



Pis-c-^yl"/. '/. 




i CorvpLiona .i?;<7/-«>,J On- d ^11/ 2 flftucUf /'r7rA?n/^>^ry < /h,. ri 7^"/ 



Zont&n ^jSrruierson 2 OU ^ai/f y 



Pisces J'L44. 




Gyiunelrus faljc tuv 
I. ondon 6' J/enc/er.';t>n 2MJJa{/t)- 



Ul'.il/ AlllillliriH 



Fisr.s.Tl.lo. 




S„n,/,;,:i; //,„./.rs,;, ■.'.i'/.ni,i/.-\ 



Ajiiniiif lu/Kfi/t'it I 



I'isr.es.Tt. Ili. 







l.;U;,: /:i/,u,/.::u.n :. ,'/,ln,ih. 



k 



Aiuinul miii/iloin 



Ti sees. £1.17. 



V 




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Animtil. Eifujdffm/. 



£isc^i\Fl.'W. 




LL 



-^3 II . .,■ 



l.Blfiiuiiis fialiiiiiffiiis. 2(1iuixs ftrttittifrr. 
3. Zi.;.ir.-.s hlrmu'ltli^ 



Im,{,<n:b.J£niJr>:u>n. .'. OUBaU/v 



jjjimuil JUnij/lo n v 



Ftsces.Fl. 4.0. 





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;5.rhians ,h-,„.p:n„,nu.K.r.,ll.m,<r.„ Sfrif-.l n,h„x I 



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3 .Biifx'iic-hiiS xnrt/ieifitrttsi^"'. 



Icnslon.. h.M.'n./^rsan. 1. OUJJm/.\ 



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• ii. Ci-.-J.il:.!.! 1... Ih,<hr,>l,i. hs.<. 



l..n.l,;,:,i.Ilr„.l,r.u;.. •.rl.Ul.nU 



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Fisces.Tl.SS. 




I. Chxnmis idlrrtico. On: >. JiLa.ir,xixihasJiirc<,ffis. 



T. „.l ,..„//.,„/„.„■„. Ji'UJlnln 



At till ml Jit/u/ih>rn. 



r,sr>-s.FL.6-^. 




1 Epilnilnji ,i,.<i,h,it„r r„ll:u,v ?. (".(uirj.li.isn.'i \nfiJi. 
ji.XirirKtlirs rv.iii irnsfri.s- . ihv. 



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l.,-ii.l.-». ,: U.-i,J,-r.<.-ti i. I't.l ll.i,t.y 



yi/iiniiiL luiuiiL^in . 



Fi.sc,s.Pf.57. 




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Xy/./v/.A//,/;./,7..,^; :' l>Uj:,„l.-v. 



jjjjimal MruiJcm . 



Tisces.Fl. 59. 




lEsox hiaiis.l. nie O^ninionPike I 2.~.ir^cTosXoTr>.?i meriitprranea./TheMediterTan^.vt'Murrstrma/ 
3 ■ Stairr: a s hnrhr.trs Sisso ^The Barbed Stcmids ) 



IcTid.^7-^ trSm^ierjc-r. 2 Sld-SjH^. , 



>*- -■ 



^iiinim/ Jimoili'in. 



fisces.l'/.OC. 




J . SaLaiix fliSiii.r. 2 ■ Soouabi-psot S<iJirii.(. JJ/.'.-h . 
.'• E-xot-etixs iU'Ut7Jj. J'/ir sharp snt'iitrii Flvini) lish ! 

Ic!it^n:0:Ecr)iirrjcn. '2 iJld HiiiUy. 



Aniiual I(7Htfilii?ii , 



n.ws. !'/.6n 






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