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U. S. NATIONAL ML^JEUM. 



BULLETIN 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEL 



ISTo. HO. 



BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICAN NATURALISTS — 
III. PUBLICATIONS RELATING TO FOSSIL INVERTEBRATES, 



JOHN BELKNAP MARCOU. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PBINTINU OFFICE. 
1H85. 



^cparfxnenf of fhc inferior: 

U. S. NATIONAL MUSEUM. 
Serial Number 40 



BULLETIN 



OF THS 



UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



No. 30. 



PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. 



/ 


WASHINGTON: 

GOVEENMENT PRINTING OPPIOB. 

1885.' 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



This work (Bulletin No. 30) is the fortieth of a series of papers iu- 
tended to illustrate the collections of natural history and ethnology 
belonging to the United States, and constituting the National Museum, 
of which the Smithsonian Institution was placed in charge by the act of 
Congress of August 10, 1846. It constitutes the third of the series of 
bibliographies illustrating the work of the Museum. 

It has been prepared at the request of the Institution, and printed 
by authority of the honorable Secretary of the Interior. 

The publications of the National Museum consist of two series — the 
Bulletins, of which this is No. 30, in continuous series, and the Proceed- 
ings, of which the eighth volume is now in press. 

The volumes of Proceedings are printed signature by signature, each 
issue having its own date, and a small edition of each signature is dis- 
tributed to libraries promptly after its publication. 

From time to time the publications of the Museum which have been 
issued separately are combined together and issued as volumes of the 
Miscellaneous Collections. These are struck off from the stereotype 
plates from which the first edition was printed, and in this form are 
distributed by the Smithsonian Institution to libraries and scientific 
societies throughout the world. Volume 13 of these collections includes 
Bulletins 1 to 10, inclusive; volume 19, volumes 1 and 2 of the Proceed- 
ings ; volume 22, volumes 3 and 4 of the Proceedings; and volume 23, 
Bulletins 11 to 15, inclusive. 

Full lists of the publications of the Museum may be found in the cur- 
rent catalogues of the publications of the Smithsonian Institution. 

SPENCER F. BAIRD, 
Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. 

Smithsonian Institution, 

Washingtonj December 1, 1885. 
8 



BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF AMERICAN NATURALISTS. 



O III. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLICATIONS 



K LATiNG TO 



THE COLLECi ION OF FOSSIL INVERTEBRATES 



UNITED STATP:S NATIONAL MUSEUM, 



INCLl'DING 



CX)MPLETK LIST8 OF THE WRITINGS OF FIELDING B. MEEK, 
CHARLES A. WHITE, AND CHARLES D. WALCOTT. 



JOHN BEI.KNAP MARCOU. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFIOS. 

1885. 



CONTENTS. 



Introductory note 7 

Part I.— The published writings of Fielding Bradford Meek 9 

Part n.~Thc pnblished writings of Charles Abiathar White 113 

Part m.— The pnblished writings of Charles Doolittle Walcott 183 

Part lY.— Pnblications based npon the Paleontological collections of the United 
States Government by — 

Page. Pat«. 

Jacob Whitman Bailey 20:1 Alpheus Hyatt 239 

Timothy Abl>ot Conrad 205 Jules Marcou 241 

James D wight Dana 223 John Strong Newberry 245 

Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg 229 David Dale Owen 247 

James Hall 231 James Schiel 253 

Aoj^lo Heilprin 237 , Benjamin F. Shumard 256 

Robert Parr Whitfield 259 

Siivplcment 273 

Paige. Paga. 

J.W.Bailey 273 ; Hiram A. Prout 273 

T.N.Nicollet 273 | Benjamin F. Shomard 274 

Index of genera and species 275 

General Index 327 



rNTROBUCTORY NOTE. 

In prepariDg the following catalogues chronologic order has been 
followed under the diflferent authors, and in Part IV the fifteen dif- 
ferent aothors are arranged, first, alphabetically and then chronologically 
nuder each author. Correctness of bibliographic form and detail bas 
not been so much sought after as completeness and accuracy in the 
uumerous refeiences. A general alphabetic index of species will be 
fcund at the end of the volume. The compiler will be glad to have his 
artention called to any errors or omissions. Dr. White's bibliography 
is prepared from data furnished by himself. I am much indebted to 
Dr. White for his kind advice and help in the preparation of the work. 



J 



P^RT I. 



THE PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF FIELDING BRADFORD MEEK. 



1 -THE PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF FIELDING BRADFORD MEEK. 



BIOGRAPHIC SKETCH OF FIELDING BRADFORD MEEK.* 

Ou December 10, 1817, FieldiDg Bradford Meek was born in the city 
of Madison, Ind. His grandparents were Irish Presbyterians, who 
r«;moved from Armagh County to America aboat 176S, and who finally 
settled in Hamilton County, Ohio. His father, together with his family, 
removed from there to Madison, where he was a lawyer of considerable 
emineuce. The family, including those born in Madison, consisted of 
tbe parents, two sons and two daughters besides Fielding, all of whom 
died several years before him. The father died when the son who was 
to become so distinguished a paleontologist was only three years old, 
leaving the family in moderate circumstances. Mr. Meek's early youth 
was passed in Madison. His education was much impeded by the del 
icate condition of his health. Upon reaching manhood, by advice of 
bis frieods and against his own inclination, for he was of a studious 
and retiring disposition, he invested his small patrimony in mercantile 
business, first in his native place, and afterward in Owensborough, 
Ky. The result was financial failure and loss of all he possessed. 
After this, while laboring for his support and struggling with ill health 
aud poverty, he continued his studies, general and special, for he began 
early to devote himself to natural history. His first public work whs 
during the years 1848 and 1349, and was performed, as an assistant- of 
Dr. \). D. Owen, upon the United States geological survey of Iowa, 
Wisconsin, and Minnesota. 

Having closed this work, he returned to his home in Owensborough, 
but soon after, in the year 1852, went to Albany, N. Y., as assistant to 
Professor Hall, in the paleontologic work of that State. He remained 
tbere until 1858, serving three summers. Two of these summers were 
Hpent on the geologic survey of Missouri; theother,that of 1853, was em- 
ployed in exploring the Bad Lands of Nebraska, together with Dr. F. V. 
Bay den, both being commissioned by Professor Hall for that work. Three 

'Thui aketch ia compiled from data taken down at Mr. Meek's dictation by a friend 
f^Miilj iMfore his death. 

11 



12 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

years after this exploration, he prepared for pablication, in conjanotion 
with Professor Hall, an important memoir on cretaceoas fossils from 
Nebraska. In 1858, Mr. Meek left Albany and took up his residence in 
Washington, where be continaed to live until his death. His home, 
and the place of his scientific work, except when in the field, was at the 
Smithsonian Institution, and it was within its walls that the greatest 
pnitof bis scientific work was accomplished. The association which 
he formed with Dr. Hayden in 1853 was tacitly continued until Mr. 
Meek's death. When Dr. Hayden commenced his explorations in the 
Western Territories, and afterwards organized the Geological Survey 
of the Kocky Mountain region, Mr. Meek was entrusted with all the 
invertebrate paleontology, much of which appeared under their joint 
names. It was the custom ot Mr. Meek to publish preliminary de 
scriptions of his new species, and afterward elaborate and illustrate 
the subjects for final publication. Thoroughness, scrupulous exactness, 
and nice powers of discrimination are manifested in all his labors ; and 
with such merits his works will shed luster upon his name as long 
as paleontology is studied. 'No one in America has done more than he 
to systematize and advance the science to which he devoted his life. 
His personal character cannot be too highly eulogized, for it was with- 
out a blemish. He was a genial, sincere, pure-minded, honorable man. 
Gentleness and candor were apparent in every expression of his face, 
and in every word he uttered ; but he was self-reliant and ready at all 
times to defend what he believed to be right, and with his keen sense 
of justice, he was seldom mistaken as to what was right. He was never 
in vigorous health and often ill ; but never complaining, always hope- 
ful, always cheerful, always at the work he loved so well, always help- 
ful of others. His hearing began to fail in early manhood, and the 
affliction increased until he became entirely deaf several years before 
he died. Even when cut off from conversation with his fellow-men his 
cheerfulness did not forsake him ; but he seemed to derive great pleasure 
from written communication with his friends. He was never married, 
and leaves no near relatives ; but all with whom he was ever brought 
in contact will remember him with pleasure, while to those who were 
permitted to enjoy scientific intercourse or correspondence with him 
during his life, his memory will be especially dear. He died at Wash- 
ington, D. C, on the 21st of December, 1876, having only a few days 
before completed his 59th year. He had been in ill health for several 
years past, and indeed almost all his life, for his malady was inherited 
phthisis pulmonalis. It had been his custom for several years to spend the 
winter in Florida, and the summer months in the Alleghany Mountains. 
He had made preparations to leave Washington for Florida early in 
December, but was taken with hemorrhage of the lungs on the day be- 
fore the one set for his departure. He never rallied from this attack, 
but gradually sank to a peaceful and quiet death. 



WBITINGS OF F. B. MEEK AND JAMES HALL. 



13 



1. 

MiEK, F. B. Mr. Meek's report on Moniteau County. <^The first and second annual 
reports of the geological survey of Missouri, by G. C. Swallow, State geologist. 
Part II. pp. 96-117. Jefferson City, 1855. 



COKTKKT8 OF THK BEPOBT. 

P»ge. 

Qnaternary deposits 96 

Cftrbmi/eroos system. — KDcrinital limestone 98 

Chemung group 101 

DeTonian sjhtem. — Upper Helderber^. — Onondaga limestone 103 

Lower Silnrian strata: 

8acoharoidal sandstone 105 

Second magnesian limestone : 106 

Economical geology : 

Soil 109 

BoUding stones 110 

Fire-stones, limestones foi lime 110 

Sand for making mortar, hydraulic limestone, millstones, materials for the oon> 

stmction of roads, clays for the manufaotare of bricks Ill 

Coal 112 

Iron ore 115 

Lead : 115 

High-Point Mine 117 

Mr. Meek also drew the figures illustrating the paleontological report in this volume. A 
geological map of the county is also given. 

2. 

Hall, James, and Meek, F. B Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Creta- 
ceoas formations of Nebraska ; with observations upon Baculites ovatus and B. 
compressus, and the progressive development of the septa in Baculites, Ammo- 
nites, and Scaphites. <Mem. Am. Aca<l. Arts and Sci., vol. v, new ser., pp. 379- 
411, 8 plates. 1856. Cambridge, 1656. 

The fossils described in this paper were collected in 1853 by F. B. Meek and F. Y. Hayden. 
The paper was communicated June 27, 1854, but was not published till 1856. 

Page. 

Oaliiana$»a danai, n s., H. & M., 1856, pi. i, fig. la. ft 379-380 

LiHgula*ubtpatiUata,n.B.,H. A M., 1856, pi. i, flgs. 2 a, ft 380 

Caprinellacoraloidea,n.».,a. & M., 1856,pL ii.flg8.3a-/ 380-381 

PeeUnrigida,Ti.s.,R. &M..1856,pLiI.flgs.4a-<j 381 

Amettla haydeai, n. »., K. & M., 1856, pLi. flg8,5a,6 382 

Ludna tvbundata, n. s., H. Sc M., 1856, pi. i, figs. 6 a, 6 382 

Cyfkereaorbieulata, n.B,K.&, M, 1856,pL i, flg.7 382-383 

CytAa-ea tenui*. n. s., H. & M., 1856, pi. i, flgs. 8 a-c 383 

Or«»otrfte<fra«#ii,n.8.,H. & M.,18.'»6,pl.i,flg8.9a-« 383-384 

P«rtuneult«#umir*n#w,n.»«.. H. &M.,1856,pl.i,fig. 12 384 

yntfute «wfrna#ttto, n. «., n. & M., 1856, pi. i, figs. 10 a-c 384-385 

y««tt£awnerico#a,n.»., n. &M., 1856,pl.i,flg.lla,6 385 

Cliip«itt*oe«d«ntelt#,n.8.,H.&M.. 18.^6. pi. i, fig. 13 o-d 385-386 

/nootramv* irul>toru, n. 8., H. & M.. 1856. pL ii, flg. 1 a, 6 386 

Inoetr&mus eon vextu, n. c^., H. & M. , 1856, pi. ii, fig. 2 a, 6 386-387 

Inoeeramu^ UnnUinsatu*, n. s , H. & M., 1856, pL ii, flg. 3 a, 6 387 

Inoeeramvs etmradi, n. s., H. & M., 1856, pi. ii, fig. 5 a, 6 387-388 

Inoeeramm /ragUU. n. s., H. & M. . 1866. pi. ii, figs. 6 a, 6 '.. 388 

Nmtiea t^liqutUa, n. «., H. & M., 1856, pi. iii, flgs. 1 a. 6 389 

NoHea coneinna, n. h., H. Sc M., 1856. pi. iii, figs. 2 o-d 389 

Natin paludina/ormis, n. s., H. & M.. 1856, pL iii, flg. 3 o-c 389-390 

Aelam etmeinnus, n. s., H. & M., 1856, pL iii, figs. 4 o-d .f- . . 390 

Bueemumf vinculum, n. a., H. St. M., 1856, pi. iii, figs. 5 o-6 390-391 

PutHs tkt/UHardii. n. s., H. & M., 1856, pi. iii, flgs. 6 o-c 391 

Fuguteon^rietus, n.B.,n.&. M, 1856, pL iii, figs. 7 o-d 391-392 

JWiMf tCTm«in«»ta,n.8.,H.&M. 1856, pL iii, figs. 8 a-c and 9 a-o 392 

HotteUariafiufiformU, n. a . H. & M.. 1?56, pi. iii, flg. 10 a, ft 393 

DentaUum graeUiJt,ii. B., H. Sc M., 1856, pi. iii, fig. 11 o-c 893 



14 BULLKTIN NO. HO, UM'PlfiD 8 I ATKS NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pagp. 

Hfhxleidyi n. ».. H. & M., 1856.pLili, fl^. 12a.6 394 

^•»monie«# compterta.n. 8., H. & M., 1856, pi. iv.flg. I a-/ 894-3W 

Ammonite* p€rearin€Uvs,ix.n„B.. 8c M., 1856, pi. iv, flj^. 2 0-0 396 

Hami<e« mortoni. D. 8., H.& M., 1856, pLir.figii. 3 o-e 89S-397 

A-ncylocrra* f nicoUetii, u.s., H. &, M., 1856. pi. iv, flg.4 897-396 

Baeulites oraXua tLin\ B. compruttu, ^^y 39B-399 

Baculitet ovatun, .Say. pi. v.fig 1, o-<j; pi. vi, figs. 1-7 39M0Q 

BacuUtet compreMmM, Say, pi. v, flir8.2 a-6; pL vi, fif!M.8-9 400-4;2 

BaculUe* grandis, n. »., D. & M.. 1856. pi vli. fl;^. 1, 2 ; pi. vlii. figs. 1, 2 ; pL vi, fig. 10. . .. 402-4(0 

The »am*> paper contains — 
"Section of the members of the Cretaceous formation as observed on the Missonri 

River, and thence westward to the Manvaises Torres 405 

Liatuf foHsiU heretofore identified and described from the Cretacecoa formation of 

Nebraska 405 

List of species common to the Cretaceous formations of Nebraska and New Jersey.. . 406 

List of the new species of foHsils described in the preceding paper 406 

In the additions and corrections — ^ 411 

Ffuus eoiuftricttu is refernxl to the genus Buecinum. 

Hamitet mortoni is regarded as belonging to the genus Aneyloeertu as defined by Pictet 

3. 

Mjskk, F. B., and Haydkn, F. V. Descriptions of new species of Gasteropoda, from 
th«* Cretaceous formation of Nebraska Territory. <Proc. Acad. Nat. 8ci. PhiUL» 

voL viii, pp. 63-69. 18.56. Philadelphia, 1857. 

P»ge. 

Scalaria oerethi/ormis, n. s., M. & H., 1856 63 

Aeteon mbelliptietu, n.s., M. & H., 18.56 69-64 

Avalana mbglobosa, n.s., M. & H., 1856 64 

Naticaf ambigua, n.s., M. & H., 1856 64 

Natiea oeeidentaHs, n.s.. M. & H., 1856 64 

SaticamoreauenHs, n. s., M. & H., 1856 64 

Turbo MbrcucefUfU, n. s., M. & H., 1856 64 

Turbo tenuilineatiu, n. s., M. Sc H., 1856 64-65 

RotUUariabiangulata,n.B.,yi.&,H.,lB56 65 

Fu*u» dakoUuntit, n.s., M. &. H., 1856 65 

Fwnu gcUpinianut, n. s., M. & H.. 1856 © 

Funu eontortu9, n.s., M. & H., 1856 66 

Fu»wi eulberUoni, n. s., M. & H., 1856 66 

Fuffu* Jlexu4>co$tatm, n. s., M. & H., 1856 66 

Fusus neioberrifi, n.s., M. & H., 1856 66 

Pyrulabairdi,Vi. a., M. dt H., 1856 66 

Fasciolaria eretacea. n.s., M. dt H., 1856 66-67 

Fcuciolaria buceinoides, n. s., M. & H., 1856 67 

Buecinum i nebramceim* , u. s., M. & H., 1856 ; 67 

Capulas/ragiiLs, u.h., M. & H., 1866 68 

J7*Z<jion. Mtmtfoit 68 

Heleion texsulcatv*, n.s.. M. & H., 1856 68 

Helcion palelHformU,^u. s., M. &, H., 1856 68 

Helcion alveolus, u. s., M. & H., 1856 68 

Hfleim subovatus, n.s., M. & H., I816 68 

Hdcion carinattu. n.s., M. 4 II.. 1856 68-69 

Dentalium fragiiu, n. s., M. & H., 1856 69 

Bulla vol varia, n.s., M. & H., 1856 69 

Bulla minor, n.s., M. & H.. 1856 69 

BtUla oceidentalu, n.s.. M. & II., 1856 69 

4. 

Mkbk, F. B., and Uayden, F. Y. Descriptions of new species of Gasteropoda and 
Cephalopoda, from the Cretaceous formations of Nebraska Territory. <Proc. 
Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. viii, pp. 70-72. 1856. Philadelphia, 1857. 

Turritella concexa, n.s., M. & U., 1857 70 

TurriUUa morcauentU, n.8..M.d: H., 1857 W 



WRITINGS OV y. B MliEK AND F. V HAYDEN. 15 

Page. 

BeUmnitOiaf bulbota, n. s., M. & H., 1857 70 

^mimmttet AiOK. D. 8., M. & H.. 1857 70-71 

Aneyloeenut ntbnueeAiU, ]ls.,M.& H., 1867. 71 

Anoylocenut <:A^entffim, n. a., M. & H., 1857 71-72 

5. 

Mkek, F. B., and Hayden, F. V. Descriptions of twenty-eight new species of Ace- 
phala and one Gasteropoda from the Cretaceous formations of Nebraska Territory. 
<Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. viii, pp. 81-87. 1856. Philadelphia, 1857. 

Page. 

PhUadmnya undatA, ii.b.,M.& H., 1856 81 

Qomomffa amerieana, n. a., M. & U., 1856 81-82 

SoUn wbplieatut, n. s., M. & H ,1856 82 

TeOtiia ^ra«ilw. D.ii..M.& H.. 1856 88 

TeUina equUateraHs, n-s., M. & H.,1836. 82 

TeOitMi eheyenenMia, n. s.. M. & H., 1856 82 

WKna •crtula. n. 8.. M. & H., 1856 82 

TeUma ttt^tfUiptiea. u. s.. M. & H.. 1856 83 

TtUina proiUi, n. «.. M. & H., 1856 83 

Cytkerea deweyi, ils., M.& H., 1856 88 

Oytker«a nebratcenMis. n. 8 , M. & H.. 1856 83 

Corhvda ventricota, n. s.. M. d& H., 1866 83 

Corbula moreav/enai*, n.s.,11. d& H., 1856 83-64 

Cwbulat gregaria, n.A.,M. &H.,1856 84 

AttarU gregaria, n.n„^l.&, H., 1856 84. 

Swndd teituia, n. s., M. &^ H., 1856 84 

Jfwndaewinti, d. a.. M. d& H., 1856 84 

ywula equOaUralU, n. s., M. & H.. 1866 84-85 

ITttfttto fu^ptona. o. s., H. & H., 1856 86 

.Ttfcuia MnoeUoto, n. »., M. & H., 1856 85 

Svauia flanomarginata, n.8.,li.4& H., 1856 85 

T«t%neulina parvula, n. s., M. & H., 1856 * 85 

Irea (OMCTiitea) eordoto, n. 8., M. & H.,1866 86 

Ana ((hieuUcea) ihumardi, n. s., H. & H., 1856 86 

MytatuaUenuaHu,n.B.,U,AB.,lS56 .*. 86 

Atieulat fibrosa, n 8., M. & H., 1856 86-87 

IfUKframut ventrieoms, n. a., M. 4t H., 1856 87 

Pecten nebrtueewit, ii.a.,M.4t H.,1856 87 

Aotiea futeroMa, XL 8., M. & H., 1866 87 

6. 

MiEE, F. B., and Hatdek, F. Y. Descriptions of new species of Acephala and Gas- 
teropoda, from the Tertiary formations of Nebraska Territory ; with some general 
remarks on the geologj' of the country about the sources of the Missouri River. 
<Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. viii, pp. 111-126. 1856. Philadelphia, 18.%7. 

Page. 

Foniuitioiui immediately beneath the Tertiary in thia district 113 

Fonnationa at the base of the CretaceoQB of this diatriot 114 

OytUu/ormo9a,n.B.,'hi.ScIL.,l859 115 

CVe(M/ra^ai«, n. 8., M. & H., 1856 115 

OydaitubempUctu,n.B.,Y^.ScB.,lS56 115 

OyrenamortauenHs,Ji.B.,'iL&B..,lS59 115-116 

CyrenainUrfMdea,n.u.,M.Si, H., 1856 116 

CVrrtio occidental*, n. 8., M. & H., 1856 116 

Coremiatu6<nyoiiatt»,ii.e., M.&H., 1856 : 116 

Oor6«(ajMni»da(a.iL8.,M. &H., 1856 116 

Gfrbulamaetriformi$,n,B.,y[.ScB..,1856 117 

Ffi«»i>ri««4i,n.8., M.&H., 1866 117 

BuliniM /««•«#, n. a., M. & H.. 1866 117-118 

BuHmMfttermieuUu,n.B.,lL&,B^,1956 118 



1 6 BULLLTIN XO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

BuUmtu limneei/onni$,tL B.,'ii. Sc H.,1866 118 

Bulimusn^>rasceH9Ui,n.B.,M.& U., 1856 118 

Pupahelieoide$,u s.,M.Sc H.,1866 llft-iU 

Limn€ea tenuieotta, n. B., M..& H., 1856 119 

Phyita longuueula^n a., H. & H., 1856 119 

Phyta rhomboidea,n.B.,'U,&B.., 1856 119 

Phy»a nebra*eeMi*,u. s.,!!. & H.,1856 119-120 

Phy$a mbelnnffata, n. % ,^. &. H.,1856 120 

Planwrbi4itubumbUictUug,n.B., M.Sl H., 1856 130 

Plaitorbif eonc(tlutuM,u.H.,}d.S£,'H.,lQ56 120 

VelUtia (Aneylut) minuto, n. 8.. M. & H., 1866 120 

Paludina mvUilineata^u. B., \L&H.,1856 120-121 

PaludinaveXtila, n.B., M.& H.,1856. 121 

Paludina Uai, Vi.B.,U. St, H..,lfi56 121-122 

PoZudina reCioo, n. 8., M. & H.,1856 122 

Paludina eonmdi, n. 8., M. 4t H., 1856 122 

Paludina peeiUiaru. n a., M.&. H.. 1856 122 

Paludina trochiformU, n, B-fM. & H.,1856 122-123 

Paludina Wdyt. u. 8 , M. & H. 1866 123 

Valvataparvula,u.».^'M..St,H.,lBX 123 

Jfetenio TOtna^ttto. i>. 8., M. & H., 1856 12a-124 

Melaniaanthoiiyi,ti.B.,ii.&,B.., 1856 134 

Melania multistriata,n.B.,U. &H., 1856 124 

Jf#tenfa n«&nwc«7w#, n. 8., M. & H., 1856 124-125 

Ifatonia eoniMtxa, D. 8., M. & H , 1856 125 

Cerithium nebrtigeenns, n. B , M. &. H.,1856 125 

On page 126 PyrtUa bairdi is cbaDged to Baaycou (Bolten), and oalled B. bairdL 

7. 

Meek, F. B., and Hayden, F. V. DescriptionB of new fossil species of Mpllusca cdi- 
ler-ted by Dr. F. V. Hayden in Nebraska Territory, t<ogether with a complete cata- 
loi;ne of all the remains of Invertebrata hitherto described and identified from 
the Cretaceous and Tertiary formations of that region. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 
Phila., vol. viii, pp. 26.V286. 1856. Philadelphia, 1857. 

Vertical section of the geological formation of Nebraaka Territory, ao &r aa deter- 
mined 269 

Jiatiea tuomyana, n. a., M. 4& H., 1856 270 

huUa subeylindriea, n. B., M. & H.,1856 270 

Panopcea oceidentalis, n. a., M. &. H., 1856 270 

Maetra formota, n. 8., M. & H., 1856 271 

. Maeira warrenana, n. a., M. & H., 1856 - 271 

Mactratdla, n. s., M. &H , 1856 271-272 

TMina auhtortuoaa, n. 8., M. & H., 1866 272 

Ventu? eircularii, n. a., M. & H., 1856 272 

Oytherea pellucida, n.a.. M. & H., 1856 272-273 

Cytherea owenana, n. 8., M. & H., 1856. 278 

Lucina oeeidentaUs, n. »., M. & H., 1856 273-274 

HeUangia americana, n. 8., M. & H., 1856 ; 274 

Oardium 8peeio»um, n. 8., M. St, H,, 1856 274-275 

Kueula obsoletastriata, n. 8., M. & H.,1856 276 

Oucuikea exigtia, n. a., M. & H., 1858 27&-270 

MyMui ntbareuatus, n. s., M. & H., 1856 276 

OervUia 8vbtortuo»a, n. a., M. & H., 1856 276 

Inoeeramus pertenuU. n. 8.. M. 8l H., 1856 276-377 

/noct^amuv tncurvtM, n. 8 , M. &. H., 1856 277 

Offr^a yofina. D. 8., M. & H., 1856 277 

Catalogue of all the invertebrate foaail remaina hitherto deacrilied and identified, from 

the Tertiary and Cretaceona formationa of Nebraaka Te'rritory 278 

Tertiary species 278 

Cretac«ou9 species . . 280 



WRrrraos of f. b. ^ek and f. v. hayden. 17 

8. 

Mkbe, F. B. DeBcription of new organic remains from the CretaceoDB rooks of 
YsncoaTer's Island. < Trans. Albany Inst., vol. iv, pp. 37-49. 1857. Albany, 
186&-1864. 

The foMfls here deeciibed were ooUeoted by Dr. J. 8. Kewberry, geologist of Lieitteiuyit 
WffliMiwm'e Nerth CsUfornia mnd, Oregon Sxploring Expedition. The Mithor deeeribee twetre 
MW species. 

Page. 

JTneMto trmskanm, n. s.. Meek, 18S7 89 

ArmiOucunma) tf^wOatomlit, n. s., Meek, 1867 89^40 

Ires «eiioo««0rMW<«,n. 8., Meek, 1857 40 

air«iimMai(lMii»,n.8.,Meek,1857 40-41 

Pft[s](sdoaiy»(€Foiiiomya)5orMKff,n.B.,>ieek,1857 41-42 

Fk[0yia4am/ya 9uUlonffata,n s.,Meek,lSS7 41 

Tr ^ m ia wwrnsono, p. s., Meek, 18S7 48 

Tkneiaf oeeidentaUt,iL».,Meek,1857 48-M 

nrsetof «KMnuieala,n.8.,Meek,18S7 44 

DrntaU mm nanaimomtMit, n. s., Meek, 1857 44-45 

ituwc u i t es {SetipkUe§f) rmmmu, p. s., Meek, 1857 46-47 

^ ■ iWB i i ff I t nnoberrytmut, n. s.. Meek, 1857 47-48 

BamHtn 9vatu§f (8ey) 48-40 

Mr. Meek gives the dste of these species is 1867 when he repnbhshed (hem with illnstntions 
tai the Bun. IT. 8. OeoL sod Oeogr. Snrv. Terr., t<^ ii, No. 4. Washington, 1878. 

9. 

Xhk, F. B., and Hatdkn, F. V. Descriptions of new species and genera of fossils 
eoUeeted by Dr. F. Y. Hayden in Nebraska Territory, under the direction of 
lieut. G. K. Warren,U. 8. Topographical Engineers ; with some remarks on the Ter- 
tiuy and Cretaceous formations of the Northwest and the parallelism of the latter 
with those of other portions of the United States and Territories. < Proc. AoacL 
K«t 8ci. Phila., 1st series, vol. ix, pp. 117>148. 1857. PhUadelphia, 1858. 

Oenen Psendobaooinnm, Corhnlamella. 

Page. 

Otreeahrief aoeonnt of the lesolts of proTions explorations 117-121 

Section of Tertiary beds thirteen mUee aboTe Fort Clark 122 

Seetioa of freah-water and estnary deposits near the month of Jndith Biyer 124 

Seetko of the cdder deposits at the month of Jndith Biver, in the descending order ... 125 

Akbama section, from fsots oommnnioated by Prof. A. WinoheU 120 

Hew Jersey section, oompiled from the reports of that 8tate 127 

YeitSoal section of the geological formationa of Nebraska Territory, so fur as deter- 

ndned 128 

SeetloiM of the rooks in Northeastern Kansas (abore the Coal Measures). ByMi^orF. 

Hawn,TJ.8.depnty8nrTeyor 180 

SeetloB of the formationa at Pyramid Mountain, New Mezioo [by Jnles Marooa] 182 

Ooacfaiaioiis.. ...•...•.•...........•..•......•..•••..••••..•.•-.....'..••••>. •«..•.•..•. 188 

P»rtsMr— aior«e»t<,n. a., M. AH., 1857 184 

Arpvtef iMMMOorifiatet, n. s., M. & H., 1857 184 

nir*i«oMi««a,n.e..M.&H., 1857 184 

ir«ttsoMid0iitaKff,n.s.,M.&H., 1857 185 

N«tts«ar<iM>{d0f,n.B.,M.&H., 1857 185 

flswfKt tmmiv o lv ii, n. s., M. & H., 1857 185 

Ptis>«t«ipfOTiit,n.s.,M.&H., 1857 18^.186 

PfaMrMt/roffOif, n-s., M.&H., 1857 180 

JMs»teMfMorfMO«a,n.s.,M.&H.,1857 180 

Jfrf—ki 9writta, n. s., M. A H., 1857 180 

JlilMitsniMacvM, n.s.,M.&H.,1857 180-187 

yrfsaisiiwti>ti«a,n.s.,M.&H.,1857 187 

yrfsafs tcammaim, n. a., M. & H.. 1857 107 

M dl mda ImMie ar inata , n. s., M. A H., 1857 187-188 

M<sirfaecms«Bg,M.AH 188 

AfHt*m9ftam,n.s., M.ikH.,1867 188-189 

JWMmMttrridtf, n.8.,M.&H.,1857 180 

120_BulL 30 2 



18 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

JWt«#in/«rtereta,n.8.,M.&H.,1857 1» 

Futus (Pleurotoma?) tearboroughit ilb., IL&H., 1857 139^141 

P«eiMio6u<mnttm, iL g., M. & H., 18A7 140 

PBeudobueoinum tu b nuoe n tit, M.&H 14A-1I1 

Xjflophaga Oegantuta, xi.s.,H.H., 1857 Ml 

Xylophaga tHmp9oni,n. B-.M. &n., 1857 lU-lH 

Pholadomya ntbvttUrieota, n.s., M.&H.,1897 113 

iSoton y da*ot«mm, n. a., M.&H., 1857 : 142 

OOT*tttem«tta, n. g., M. & H., 1857 1«-14S 

Oorimiamdla gregarea, M.&H 14t 

CVpnna artfnaria, n. B., H. d& H., 1857 143 

Cfyprina eoriata, iL8..M.4tH., 1857 113 

Oyprina eompresta, n-s., M. & H.,1857 144 

Oyprina tubtumida, n. s., M. & H., 1857 144 

OyprirMovcUa, n. 8., M. &. H., 1857 144 

Uniodonai, IL 8., M.& H.,1857 145 

Fnio deuwyanta, n. 8., M. & H., 1857 145-146 

Unio tubipattdata, n.B.,M.ScIL., 1857 146 

Pectuneulu* tubimbricatut, il 8., M. & H., 1857 146 

Ottrga glabra, n.B.,'iL&B.., 1857 146-147 

Oatrea tramlueida, n. 8., M. & H., 1857 147 

ffemiaHerfhufnphreif«anu9,n.B.,'hL&U., 1857 147-148 

10. 

Meek, F. B., and Hatden, F. V. Fossils of Nebraska. Letter from F. B. Meek 
and F.y. Hayden to G. K. Warreu, Lieut. Topog. Eng., dated Waehiogton 
February 8, 1858; printed in the National Intelligencer of March 16. <^Ajd. 
Journ. Sci., vol. xxv, 2d ser., pp. 439-442. New Haven, 1858. 

This article is mainly geologic, only the genera, which characterise the formaticna under die- 
oussion, being enumerated. 

11. 

Meek, F. B., and Hatdbn, F. Y. Descriptions of new organic remains collected in 
Nebraska Territory, in the year 1857, by Dr. F. V. Hayden, geologist to the ex- 
ploring expedition under the command of Lieut. G. K. Warren, Top. Eng., U. 8. 
Army; together with some remarks on the geology of the Black Hills and portions 
of the surronndiug country. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. x, pp. 41-59. 1868. 
Philadelphia, 1859. 

Jarassio fossils. Afterward ropablished and illustrated, in 1865, in Paleontology of the 
Upper Missouri, Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, 172. 

Page. 
General section of the geological formations seen in and near the Black Hills (deaoend- 

ing) 48-44 

Carboniferoos rocks of the Black HiUs 47 

Lower Silurian 49 

Potsdam sandstone 49 

Hetamorphic and igneous rocks 49 

Pentaerinu$a$tericu»,n.B,,M.&E..,l858 49^ 

LingtUabreviro9tri9,n.B,,^hLSi,H.,1858 50 

Jnoeeramu* umbonatus, n. s.,M. 4t H., 1858 50 

Avicula (MonoHs) tenuicostata^ n. s., M. & H., 1858 5041 

Mytilus pertenuis, n.s.M.&H., 1858 51 

Area (CucuUasa) inomata, n. s., M. & H., 1858 61 

Unionwidlit, n.s.,M.&H.,1858 58 

Oorbuia inomata, n.s.,M.4tH.. 1858 63 

Panop<ea (MyaeiU$) subeOiptiea, n. s., M. & H., 1858 6t-63 

Teredo globota, n. s., M. & H., 1858 68 

Pholae euneata, n. s., M. 4& H., 1858 58 

Aeteon (Solidula) aUennuta, n. s., M. &. H., 1858 54 

HeUeoceraef tortue, n. s., M. & H., 1858 64^ 

Turraiiee(neHoo€^as)coeMeatu$,n.B.,'M,&,'ELtl8B8 8M0 

?Vrratte*/umWKca«u#,n.a.,M.&H.,J858 , 66 



WBITIN08 OF F. B. MEEK AKD F. V. HATDEN. 19 

J T iih V oct r— tm m ie c tt a tui , n. i., M. A H., 1858 06 

Aneyioemu{Hamite*)umeut,iLB,,lLitM,,USS 66-07 

l«MMiiiteffeoni<A>n9i#,n.8.,H.&H.,1868 07 

A m m9n it $ 9 hmryi, p. »., M. A H., 1858 07-68 

&9MCM lorw^ormw. n. s., M. AH., 1858 66 

JWiMiMtefdMWiM, iLS.,K.4iH.,1858 68-69 

12. 

Ummk, F. B., and Hatbkm, F. V. Remarks on the Lower Cretaceoiu beds of KansM 
and Nebraska, together with descriptions of Carboniferous fossils ftom the valley 
of Kansas Biyer. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sol. Phila.^YoLx, pp. 256-864. liJ68. Phila- 
delphia, 1869. 

Page. 

Deac ri ptlop ef newCsgboiitfenwM iJMrils SOO 

iWMltfia«ylMdriea,PlMh»r MK-Ml 

J'.%iHuiriMTttr.Mi»<ri0Oia,H.&Hnl868 261 

OrtkiHmaeniaa,n,m^lLa,U.,1856 261 

(OiantUg m mc nnaia, n. i., M. A H.. 1858 262 

Asmus (Sehuodw) 09atmt,n,B,,^AU.,ia68 262 

iaoriflMifatt<rottmla,iLS^M.4iH.,1858 268 

AUor%tmm9ubetm4aia,iL%,,^&,IL,USS 268 

AJbtrinuif leaMn%aorthmmM,iL%,,M.Se.B..,lSSB 268-264 

Attontmafeoop0ri,lLScM,AlBM) -*- 264 

iteiiroto0iariafiiMurMnala,iLt^M.4iH.,18S8 264 

l'liKroCMMriaMtflMr««a,iLt..K.&H..1868 264 

13 

Kbse, F. B., amd Hayden, F. Y. Descriptions of new oi^anic remains ftom North- 
eaitem Kansas, indicating the existence of Permian rooks in that territory. 
<Traiis. Albany Institute, vol. iv, pp. 75-88. 1868. Albany, 1868-1864. • 

• TUa inolndea a note in relatioii to the priority of diaoovery of theae foaalla of Peaniaii ^jpa. 

DBacioRioira ov fossils. 

Pace. 

JCmolw Aowni, n. a., M. 4i H., 1858 ^ 76^77 

J^aUmi (Myttbis) peraUmuata, d. ■., IL^H., 1858 77-78 

BmintRiii pama, n. e., IL A H., 1858 78-79 

Xida(jr«ia«la)at<6MMMla,]i.a.,lL&H.,1858 79 

gimondiaf aaflkMMii, n. a.. H. 4k H^ 1868 ^ 80 

ffmrophoTMSt o«eid4ntaHt,n.t^lLA,n,,l8SS 80-81 

PItmnpkoruBf (air<i»nM)aMOMMMala,]i. a.. IC&H., 1808 81-88 

Lgnmiia iPmmoptm) mmmvo, n. a., ILftH., 1858 82-88 

PaiMiMHiaoc!|Mri,]i.s., H. 4kH., 1858 88 

JanfOM MeantrioMa. n. a., K. AH., 1868 88-84 

14 

HiKXiF. B., amd Haydbn, F. V. Geological explorations in Kansas Territory. <Proc 

Aead. Nat. Soi. Phila., vol. xi, pp. 8-30. 1869. Philadelphia, 1860. 

Page. 

Gcoflnl eedioii of tlie rocka of TTamiaB valley from the Cretaoeona down, ao aa to 

iaolndeportioiia of the upper Coal meaaniaa 16-18 

Lfat of the apeoiea mentioDed in this pi^er, with aome remarka on the aynonymy, and 

leferenoea to the worka inwhlch they are described 24-80 

Formmktitfera 24 

FutvKmae^Undriea, Fiaoher 24 

rutmlktmt9Umdrieavarv0n»rieo§a,^AK 24 

Bqfona 24 

8rmodadia}ri»9rialU, Swallow 24 

Afmulhoeiadia americanei, Swaflow 24 

BddmodtrmaU - 24 

C^takocrkum f --.. 24 

IftteadtfsHt 9 — ... 20 

_ iii^MMirM^*^-' • •— • » 



20 BULLETIN NO. 90, UNITED STATES NATIONAL BHISEUH, 

^^ 

BraeMopoda S 

JX«0ina tenuOifiMto, n. ■;, K. & H., 1899 S5 

D. manhattanentis, n.^,M, &H..1860 :S 

ProdcMtiM Jtplmdffw (f) Norwood & Pnttm 25 

P,nor%ooodi, Swallow tf 

P. ro^erti, Norwood ftPntten 28 

P.im«lttto«»t(f),Phillip« *.„.. 28 

P. jmittafUoiiKf, Norwood 28 

P. MriftoMmaniM, Swallow 28 

OJbon«(e«v0r9Muaiana, Norwood ftPratten 26 

{7.m«enma«(i,M.&H.,1858 28 

OrtAiKna eroMO, 1£ ik H., 1858 26 

0.umbraeuiumf,SohlotKp M 

O. m<M0«ri«n«<t, Swallow M 

O.tkumardianOtSmXiow M 

frvreftfotufoMiOitpimtfCata^Hall 26-S7 

BhynehoneUa aim, Maxcon.y^ tl 

BeUtamormonii^Mmrooa 27 

Bpir^ hmtuehentiit Stumaxd 27 

& tf ow Mrafnt, Morton .i^ .' 27 

8.h0mipHctUa,BM^ 28 

&Unaatia,Phillipa 28 

Spirifer, 28 

Aptefio«m««sa,Shiimttrd 28 

8piHgm'a9ubiilita,Sbmaaxd 28 

Spwiff&irti f . ...........•••...<....••••■■•«••«.•■•••■>*•■•••.••••.•••*.•*•.•..... 26 

LamsUSbrancMata 26 

Monctiihawni,U.AS.,19B8 28 

Mtfaiina(MtftUui)peratUn%uUa,yLAM.,lBS8 28-21 

jryaKfia«7tMimo«a(J.deC.)Sowerby 28 

M.iubq%iadrata,Shwautd * 28 

. JBdmonmaf eaUiouni,U. ScK.,18S8 26 

S«twrfKai>an>a,M.&H.,1858 29 

Area owrbonairia. Cox .* 26 

X«fa«u6«eiCuZa»K.&H^1858 29 

insurophonut tubeuneaia,'kLA'EL,lW6 29 

Aaokyus{8ehixodutyovatH$,'iLAU.,l9SS 29 

Aaotmut rotundatuttBro^n 29 

AJhriamafUavenuHfrthentii,M.An.,lS58 29 

iL.«u&«uiMa<a«M.&H..1858 29 

AJaUirotirata,^&,R,,lSS6 29 

JL.f oooperi,M.&H.,1868 29 

Leptodomuigrano9u»,BhjuDMxd 26 

Qatt0ropoda 10 

Pfottrotomaria AiMiMTOM, 1£ A H., 1858 80 

P.nt&furMnato,H.&H.,1858 60 

BtOerophon 1 89 

Euomphalui ^-^^^ 80 

(kphaiopoda 80 

KautSku»oc«fUrioiu,M.&'R.,19SS 80 

FlBhes 30 

Xyttraeanthui areuatuttljeidj 80 

Cladodta oooidmtaKt, Leidy 80 

Petalodut aiUghanUntis,Ij«idj 80 

15. 

BfBBK, F. B.y and Hatdbk, F. Y. On ft new genns of PftteUiform sheila from the 
Cretaceous rooks of Nebraska. < Am. Jonm. Sci., voL xziz, 2d ser., pp. 33-35, 
plate i. 1860. New Haven, 1860. 

G^eiras Aniflomyon,* n. g., 1£ & H., 1800. 

Page. 

AfUaomympaUiaiformit.U. A^ H., pi. i, flgs. 1-8 84-S5 

*'An90f, aneqoAl; it^vrnvt mnaole; in allusion to the nnaymmotrioal mnsoolar ■ear. 



WBITING8 OF P. B. MEEK AND P. V. HAYDEN. 21 

Pace. 

The aothon ref«r .the following Nebraska apeoiee to thia genua : 
A w i t om j f c n boreaUa (z=Sipp<m^ barHOii, Morton, 1842, = JB«M«m eorwurtum, IL 4k H., 

IBM) 85 

i a i i oi yfl w ttxtuUatut (=HdeitJvm sM tu leaium^ M. A H.) 85 

AmtoMpim alveoku (=H4leSum dtMolum.'hL StK.) 86 

Aaimnmyon paUa^ormit (=Bdeium paUOifonns, IL&H.). 36 

A wi mm yon mbovaiuM i=Hdetitm tuftopoHtw, M. & H.) 86 

16. 

IfHE, F. B.y oMd Hatdbn, P. V. Desoiiptions of new organic remaiiisfrom the Ter- 
tiary, Cretaoeons, and Jaraasic rooks of Nebraska. <^Proc. Acad. Nat. Soi. 
Phila., YoL xii, pp. 175-184. 1860. Philadelphia, 1861. 

▲ daaoEipiSon of the CarboniferonaepecieaJfyaKfiaavieiiioiditiaalao added; alaoaooReoted 
ItatofCoaaOa. 

TEBTIABT 8PB0II8. 

Page. 

Oatttnpoda 176 

JMteMatMiTn. •.,[!(.] 4k H., 1800 176 

PfaMorKtMlMlitf. n.aMlC4kH.,1800 176 

PlaiMrM«2tfid!yi,n.8.,lC.4kH.,1800 176 

ikm e k ^rm 176 

jg^kmHwrnpUmmm, n. s., M. 4k H., 1800 176-170 

» *ar <w wrartfattrd»iml<,n.a.,lC.4kH..1800 170 

OgnntkiOorbUmian ^eA^^orma, n. a., K. 4k H., 1880 170 

CBBTACSOUB 8PB0II8. 

Oifkalcp»dM 170 

Fk^OaUmtkU, n.g., M. 4kH.,1800 170 

Fk^BoitvaUB tutwvatus, jlb.,:A, St E.,1960 170 

HdUcurat angnlatum, n. a., H. 4k H., 1880 170 

A m mo mi ts a fiaoenta var. intereaiarit, IL 4k H 177 

Ammowitn vermOionengit, n. a., IL k H., 1880 177 

Bempkitat modotti* Tar.plwiw, M. 4k H 177-178 

QmUnpoda 178 

llwrTJUi<tlMrva,n.a.,M.4kH..1800 178 

AyorrAait MiMe9(f,n. a., M. 4k H.. 1800 178 

DmtwHmm pamptfeuUim, n. s., K. 4k H., 1800 178 

(VlieAfiaje<fiiiii,n.8..M.4kH.,1800 178 

Cmoki/ara 178 

lW*d*a«IKronirf#, n.a.,lL4kH.,1800 178-179 

ira0lrs«iM«MnK9.n.a..M.4kH.,18OO 179 

jrMlra^ra0ait.n.a.,M.4kH., 1800 179 

AWiMif /mnoM, n. a.. H. 4k H., 1800 179 

OgprkM h mmiKt , n. a.. IL 4k H., 1800 179-180 

^•ieiilai«69iMo«a,n.0.,M.4kH..18OO 180 

Jaswramitf amaaJtut, n. a.. M, 4k H», 1800 180 

UioMrmm mt wmuacmni, n. a.. IL 4k H., 1800 180 

liMNwnmMcf teldUi, n.a., lL4kH., 1800 180-181 

huaemwmuM 9ubwmprt$tu», n. a., M. 4k H., 1800 181 

l9oatrmmm9m9imiMd[9\$, n.a.,M.4kH., 1800 181 

jisiMM<aoM»9«a, n.a.,M.4kH.. 1800 181 

^MMiiiaMtMK^ofHiHy, n.a..M.4kH.,1800 181 

O^watiMWTMrta, n.a.,lL4kH.,1800 181-182 

JURAMIO 0PBCIBB. 

QmO^arm 182 

i>Ma<iomyaAiM»aif,n.8.,H.&H.,18eO 182 

JCyoeifMiMfrnMMfwif, n.8.,M.4kH.,1800 182 

»r»eia;«iWm*, n.a..M.4kH.,1800 182 

Tkrweimf arcuata^ n. a., M. 4k H.. 1880 182 

aiirdiim«Ai*mardi,n.a., M.4kH..1800 182-183 

T^nertdiaf cvfuOatenilit. n. a., M. 4k H., 1860 188 

Tumandiawarrtnana, n.a., M.4kH., 1800 183 



22 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pace. 

AtkurUfroffOii, in., M.AH., 1890 , lO 

A9tarUinomata,n.:,U.S[.B..,lSn lO 

THo(mSaeonradi,n.B,,U.&n,,iaeO 18»-184 

PlMlin«!cCaiitMKttff. 11.8.. M.&H., 1860 184 

MsBK, F. B. Descriptions of new fossil lemftins collected in Nebraska and Utah by 
the exploring expeditions under the command of Capt. J. H. Simpson, of the U. 8. 
topographical engineers (extracted from that officer's forthcoming report). <Proc 
Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., vol. xii, pp. 308-315. 1860. PhUadelphia, 1861. 

Devonian, Carboniferons, Jmtmaie, Cretaoeont, and Tertiaiy. BepobUahed with Qhular 
ttona in a qoarto Tolnme of Captain Simpaon'a Reports, in 1878. 



PBTOMIAir I 

Fafa 

Sraekiopoda 896 

Spirifera norwoodi, ii.B.f "Meet, 1980 ^ 808 

Spirif*raengamanni,n,9.,¥.B.Metik,1960 aOMOO 

i8ip{9V«ra mocm, n. 8., F. B. Meek, 1860 800 

CARBOXIFEBOUB SPKCHB. 

Braddopoda 808 

ProOuehu 90miitriatut,n.B.,¥,B.Ueek,lUO 808 

iVMkM!lti«ffMitti«frialu«,n.fl.,F.B.Heek,1860........i 80»-S10 

ifijpififera Mofrifus, n. a., F. B. Meek, 1800 810 

£5piii/'efaimfefcra,n.a.,F.B. Meek, 1860 810 

Oonehifera 810 

P<eten«CaA«iMi#,n.8.,F.B.Meek,1860 810 

(MphtUopoda 

Ortikoemu5a«tt<um,n.8.,F.B.Meek,1860 810-8U 

JURASSIC BPBCISS. 

Oomeki/0ra 8U 

OttfM etHMmonni, n. 8., F. B. Meek, 1860 8U 

P8efmb0S<ftKato.n.8.,F.B.Meek«186O 311 

€fa*Uropoda 311 

DmCaKiimf «u69uatfra<ttm,n.s.,F.B.Meek,1860 311 

CRBTACBOUB BPSCntS. 

Oon^if0ra 1 811 

Anom4aeoneentriea,n.n.,Y.B. Meek, 1360 811-813 

Jnoe^romitf n'mfwofii, n. 8., F. B. Meek, 1860 812 

TBBTIAHT BFBCIIS. 

Oonek^era ' 312 

Uniotttuita, n. 8., Meek, 1860 812 

Uniohaydmi, n. 8., Meek, 1860 i 812 

Oorhuia (Potamomya f) pyryformit, n. a., Meek, 1860 819-813 

Chrbula (Potamomyaf) eoneentriea, n. s., Meek, 1860 818 

OorlniUt (Potamomyaf) engehnanni^ n. 8., Meek, 1860 813 

Ocuteropoda 818 

Mtiania humerota, n. 8., Meek, 1860 813 

Mtiania rimpioni^ n. 8., Meek, 1860 81S-814 

Mdaniaareta, n. 8.,Meek,1860 8U 

MOaniat nitidula, n. 8., Meek, 1880 814 

Plotiorbit jpeeta&aw. o. 8., Meek, 1860 314 

Pfark)rM#ttlo*«w<*,n.8.,Meek,1860 814 

LimruM Mtutta, n. 8., Meek, 1860 314 

Limneea timUit, n. 8., Meek, 1860 » 814 

MdUvmptu prUeut, n. a., Meek, 1860 S15 



wsrnNGS OF f. b. meek akd a. h. worthek. 23 

18. 

linK, F. B., and HA.TDBN, F. Y. Systematic oatalogne with synonymy, &c., of 
Jmasno, Cietaceoas, and Tertiary fossils, collected in Nebraska by the exploring 
expeditions nnder the command of Lieut. G. K. Warren, of U. S. Topographical 
Engineers. <Proo. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xii, pp. 417-^32. 1800. PhUa- 
delphia, 1861. 

Of the 276 speoiM mud TuieiiM eoiim«i«ted in the following oAtalogne, 25 are from JorMsic 
toeka, IM ftom Cretftoeoiia, and the remaining 67 fhnn Tertiary atrata. ' 

Psge. 

Jnraaiiospeeiea 417-419 

Crei t a e eona apeoiea 419-430 

Tartluyapeeiea 480-482 

19. 

MtBK, F. B., tmd WoBTHEK, A. H. Descriptions of new species of Crinoidea and 
Eehinoidea, &om the Carboniferous rocks of Illinois aud other western States. 
<Pioo. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xii, pp. 379-397. 1860. Philadelphia, 1861. 

Aflerward xepnUiahed in the Blinola Oeologioal Seports, toL ii 

Page. 

Plafyerimn, Miner 879 

P. prmtftumu9, n. a.. M. & W., 1860 879-380 

P. pmUeiOmB, n. a., M. & W., 1860 380 

P.plimtt.n.a.,M.4&W.,1860 880-Wl 

DfaJboeriMM, Mnnater 881 

i>.eMufrietet,n.a.,lC.&W.,1860 881 

i>.eoii««.n.a.. H.4&W.,1880 881-^82 

IK (PUroioerimu) era9nit,iL 9.,M. St. WulWO 882-888 

tK{PUn)toeHnus)eh$H»rmtii,JLB.,l£.ecW.,1960 868 

Tnmmtoerinut, Hall, 1860 888 

T.Mo^nm9, n. a.. M. & V., 1860 868-884 

AtHmowinu§,liSlBt 884 

A. 9wMdmt, n. a., IL & W., 1860 *. 884-886 

a.Oilwi«««.n.a..l£.&W..1800 386-886 

A.jpMi0Mf,B.a.,H.4tW., 1860 386 

a.«rtMliit,n.a..M.&W..1880 886-387 

^.«mi»«otM<.n.a., H.&W., 1860 387-888 

A.Ui»^pkoraorinus)tubiurhinatu$,JLB,,llLSLW^lW^ 888-889 

IWMocriHttf, De Koninck & Le Hon 888 

Ji;fimwo<K,-n.§.,M.&W.,1860 889 

F. f Mmio9ahu, n. a., IL A W., 1860 389-390 

I t a fl HwiM, Trooat 390 

«.<toeiii,n.a..M.&W.,1860 390 

i?.frMf(aiMa,n.a..H. &W.,1800 890-391 

E, fia$kobra€ k ia tU 9, n. a.,M. & V., 1860 391 

(Vafftoorimcf, Hffler 891 

O.«^/imtt,n.a..M.&W.,lfl60 891-J92 

at §tmffamontnti9,iLB.,l£.toW,,160f> 392 

af«r«ti».n.B.,M.&W., 1860 892-393 

a«0il«<M<,n.a.,lC&W.,188O 398 

a«i^«iIalM«,n.a.,H.&W.,1860 398-894 

PM«r»MrJiMi#,lli]ler 894 

P.(«eayJkio«rifM»)daead<Mylvf,n.a.,lC^kW.,1860 3M 

P.«BoBo»i»n.a.,li.dt W.,1860 394-396 



Afckmoddarit, McCoy 9» 

A.«MMrofUili»,n.a.,lC&W.,1860 396-396 

PtatodUiiM. McCoy • 396 

P.>«rKii^e<m«M«».^a.,M.&W.,18eO ^ »• 

JMMitef, Owen 4t Norwood 396-397 

JtdaiM«,n.a..M.AW.,1860 ^ «W 



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24 BULLETIK NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUIL 

20. 

Meek, F. B., and Wobthek, A. H. Descriptions of new Garboniferoiis fossilSi from 
Illinois and other Western States. < Proc. Acad. Nat. Set Phila., voL xti, pp. 
447-472. 1860. Philadelphia, 1861. 

G«iiier» Sphenopoteriiim, SoleniBcns. Aflerwanl republished in the IlUnols Gedogieel Re- 
ports, ToL U. 

Pisge. 
Zoophilia. 

;SlpAmopo(0r»«m,* n. g., H. d& W., 1800 447-448 

AobUmun, jlb.,M,SlW.,1»0 448 

& eomprsMum. n. s., IC. & W., 1800 418 

AMMn9M,ii.B..l£&W..1800 448 

8.euntatum,n,B.,l£.&,W„lStiO 448 

Schinod0rmata 44f 

AiUridm 448 

PialMttrina. HoCoy 441 

Sobgenas Sehomuuttr 448 

PakitUriHa (8ekoenatUr)/hnbriata,m M.,l£.iLW,,l9M 448 

MoOuiM ^. 4f0 

BraOHopoda 460 

Ohonsiti, Fischer 460 

0.ptefMMi»5ona, ILS.,1C.&W.,1800 460 

i¥0clii«eMt, Sofrerby 460 

P.fiam(«,ii.s.,H.&W.,1800 410 

P.lNinw«,ii.s..H.^W.,1600 460-4U 

P. icttuJia, iL8.,M.&W.,18eo 451 

BhpnehonMa, Fischer 461 

JS.«iiMri^ona,ii.s.,lC.&W.,1800 461 

AfAyrit, McCoy 451 

A.jNnvirMtra. ILS.,M.&W.,1800 451-482 

Ckmekifera 4BB 

Pteten^ Liniuieiis 4S8 

P. tenuOiiMatitf, IL s., H. & W., 1800 40 

Aviavlaptetm, McCoy 468 

A. otMiii, ILB.,M.& W.,1860 46»-4&8 

A. coMfMtf, D. s., M. & W., 1800 451 

A,hurUnifUmmmt,tL*.,M.iLW,,1960 451 

A.tonifkjKi, 1I.S., M.&W.,1800 458-464 

A. <ii««r«n«aei«, ii.s.,M.&W.,1800 464 

A.amplia,iLS.,M.&W.,1800 454-466 

A.peaucidu9,iLB.,U.ScW.,19n 456 

Avieuia, Klein 466 

JL.oW<mpa,n.s.,M.&W.,1800 466 

JfyoZina, Koninck 456 

Jf. <wvMteto, n.s.,M.&W.,1800 466-456 

Jf. eoncmlrwxi, n. s., M. & W., 1800 466 

jr. fMttrviroffra, n. s., M. & W., 1800 456 

SoUmf^t LeoiSTok 467 

Ara<li««a,n.8.,M.&W.,1800 467 

Xeda, Schomsker 407 

L.{Foldiaf)levittriata,JLB.,U.&W,,^JU^ 467 

Seh%xodut,Xing 467 

A«A««tirmm,n.B.,M.&W.,1860 4W 

Oardiomorpha^ Koninck 466 

arodiota, n.s.,M.&W.,1800 468 

OofUropoda 468 

BsUerophon, "NLontfoTt 468 

B. crosna, n. s., M. & W., 1800 468 

PfeuroComaria, Defrmnoe 468 

P.«u60on«(nefa,n.s.,M.&W..18OO 45ft-460 

P.^nulotfrioto, n.s.,M.& V.,1800 46© 

P. tonuicinrta, n. 8., M. & W., 1860 46© 

* S^0v, a wedge; wonipcor, a cup. 



WBITIN6S OF F. B. MEEK AND A. H. WORTHBN. 25 

P,prattmi,JLB.,lLScW.,lM 46»-4«0 

P. ttA§immata, n. e., M. Jk V., 1860 ^ 4m 

P.db«ff»viuit,ii.8.,H.&WMl800 4<» 

P.Mi»Materit, ILB..1C.&W.,1800 4«0-4lll 

P.f|»aeioM.n.8.,M.4&W^lB60 4«l 

P.fiir6iii<ronfU»,ii.t^M.A'W..18eQ 4«l 

P.feOMfa.ii.s^K.&'W^iaeD 4«l-4a2 

P. rt Mma rdi ,B.».,lLd&V.,mO 4« 

AnyoroOM, Hontfortf =JBuompkahu, Soworby 402 

Aioiii«riUaiMpIafM>d<»r«iititf,iL8^1C.&W.,lM0 468 

^ti«WKea<«#,iLe..l£.&W.,18aO , 4®-«68 

KatieopsU,Ji.cCoj 46B 

if.fMdoMct, iLa.,^& W.,1800 46B 

y.homdmyi,n.B.,U.AW.,ian 461 

Pte^ofComa, Goimd 461 

P.AMa.iLB.,lC&W., 1860 461 

F.f f«i»ida,iLi^lC&W^1860 46M«4 



*./««l««^n.8.,l£.&W..1880 464 

Xmoimmo, PhfflipB 464 

A«rfhrfa.ii.8.,M.&W.,1860 464-465 

L,nigo9a,iLM.,U.iLW,,l»n 466 

2;.««ri«*<ron»if,ii.e..lL&W..1860 466 

L.imonuUa, 1LU.,U, St, W.,lUO « 465 

L.miiduUi,iL*.,l£.SLW,,19n a 465-i66 

BvUma^Bimo ^ 4«6 

E.f peraeuta,iLB,,l£.&W.,lB60 iw 466 

Maerock^OuM, ThXm^ ^ 466 

Jf:«i«(NaKt,iLS.,lC.&W.,1860 *. 4«6-««r 

M.inUrcalari9, n. s., If. & W., 1860 4«7 

M.puIekauM,rLB.,yL&,W^iaOO 407 

iSWiiriMM. iLg.,lL&W..1860 4m 

S.t9fpieut,iLB,,'M.AW.,19tO 467-468 



Ortkoeeroi.'BnjnittB 468 

O.MiMfMiMM, iLS.,H.^;&W.,1860 466 

(Vrlootraf, Goldflias 486 

a^urtmi^ 1LB,,M, AW, ,1960 468 

at aaaiaUim,iLB,,M, &,W.,lMO 4«ft-i6» 

KamiOut, Breynhu 460 

Jf.«Mt0Co&onM,ii.8.,H.&W..186O 460 

if.dUfter«iM<t,ii.t.,lC&V.rlfi80 460 

j:«p«elaWlif.iL»..M.&W..1860 ^ 460 

ir,{IH9eu9)planorbiformit,iLU^U.StW,,l9K 46^-470 

jr.(i>weM«)tritttlM<M,iLS.,lC.JbW.,1860 470 

ir.(l>»MM)«N^tt«,iL8.,H.&W..1860 470 

jr.(i>i«eiw)M9vaaMmcfint,ii.a.,H.4&W.,1860 470-471 

OoniaHteff, De Hmh 471 

a ylo6tilMM, IL «.,!£& W., 1800 in 

0.iowenMit,n.B.,l£.&,W.,lSOfi...^ 471 

e.^oi»i,ii.«.,M.&W.,1860 471-472 

SabgeiiiuC%qi>onit/]L&g.,)£&W.,1860 472 

21. 

MnK, F. B., amd Wobthxn, A. H. Bemarks on the age of the Goniatite limeatone 
at Bookford, Indiana, and its relation to the " Black Slate " of the western States, 
and to some of the sacoeeding rooks aboTo the latter. <Am. Jonm. SoL, voL 
zxxii, 2d ser.y pp. 167-177. 1861. New Haven, 1861. 

The aathon ocmclode it to be probftbly of CarboidfiBoroiM age, and, at any ittte, mneh moM 
teMDt then the Chemung, and not equivalent to any New York rook ^ ^^^ 

*6JUy9t,iswi and vtfpoc, opening a pore. 



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2€ BULLETIK KO. 30, UNITED STATES KATIONAIi MUSEUM. 

22. 

Mbee, F. B.y and Wokthbn, A. H. Descriptions of new Paleozoic fossils from Ulinoig 
and Iowa. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. , vol. ziii, pp. 128-148. 1861 . Philadel- 
phia. 1862. 

Gtoera Banaorinns, Cardiopais, Orthonema. Aftenrard repablisbed in the minoU G«oiof • 
ieal Beports, vol. ii. 

Page. 

BoMnocUmuila.* 
Oriiupidsa: 
PUUiferinM, lOUer, 1821. 

P.owefti,iL8..1L&W.,1861 128-I2S 

P.«eoWna,iLa.,M.&W.,18ei 1» 

P.(P««iro«im«)atp«»-.n.s„M.&W.,1861 1»-1M 

JbrbMiocrinv*, Koninck & Le Hon ISO 

P.*»o»f««n«<#,n.s.,lL&W.,18ei Ua-Ul 

F, agauitiyar. gigonUus, n. a., IC & W.,1861 Ul 

Afl«no«rMHa,Mmer,182l Ill 

Jl. dodeeadaetyUu, n. 8.,M- ScW.,lSSl la 

JL. pyiVormi* Tar. rudif,M.&W., 1861 181-182 

A. (Amphoracrinvs f) eonooimf; n. a., IC. & W., 1881 1S2-1SS 

A,(Fradwfriniuif)ampUu,n,s.,'hL&W.,imi :. 183-184 

A.«iBim<mi,n.B.,M.&W.,1861 184-186 

Afforicowitiut^TTOOBt US 

JL.priMa<i,n.8.,M.&W.,18«l 186 

JPUUifcHnu$muUi4)ranehiatu$,n.%^U, to W,,l»Sl 185-186 

{V«<&o0rintu, Miller, 1821 186 

a«iacA«miKfti,n.B.,lC4&W.,1861 186 

B%ir$acrinu$,iLg.,'iL &,W.tl86l 186 

A«pa«*«mutti,n.8.,M.&W.,1861 187 

PotorioofMHit, Miller, 1821 187 

P.f Miorm«f,n.a..M^kW.,1861 , 187-188 

P. ni5-impr«Mu«, n. a., M. 4d W., 1861 188 

P.tMMM&ra£AuUui,n.8..M.&W.;l861 18&^L80 

P.corMkift«,n.a.,M.&W.,1861 189-140 

Snbgenna /S^Mocrinitf, Hall, 1858 140 

P. (Seaphioerinu* t) oarfronoritM, n. a., M. & W., 1861 140 

P.(/9Mi^<oennii«)«o<u2«#,n.8.,M&W.»1861 140-141 

P, {SeaphioeHnut) waehHMiaii,iLB.,l£. &,W.,1BSI 141 

SUMoidea: 

P*ntfW»itei, Say, 1820 ^ 141 

P.oorfwtut,n.8.,M.tW.,1861 141-14S 

P.aM2oTar.i>ro^«elu«.n.B.,M.&'W.,i861 148 

AiUrtidta: 

P««raftor, Billlnga, 1858 14S 

P.i0i<5«ramit,n.a.,M.&W.,1861 142 

Bradiiopodat 

Prodii«<tt#, Sowerby, 1812 • 142 

P.«i«Vma,n.8..M.&W.,18ei 143-148 

Bpir^fera glabra yM.corUraeta,iL9.tl£.Sc,W,tlStti • 148-144 

LanUUibranehiata: 

*0(ircKop#i»,n.g.,M.&W.,1861 ' • 144 

iedo* Schumacher, 1817 144 

i.ettrta,n.8.,M.&W., 1861 144-145 

€ta»tsropoda- 

JDiMeoZuim, Lin., 1740 146 

D.vmuttum,ik.B.,U.StW.,lB61 145 

StraparoOui, Montfort, 1810 146 

Atii»a«#,n.8.,M.&W.,1861 146.146 

A««maC»var.ptenf«, M.&W., 1861 146 

^Cardinm and o^c^, from its leaemblanoe to Caidinm. 



WBITINOS Oi" F. B. HBEK AKD F. V. fiAtDBN. 27 

Page. 

iOrthonmM,ii,g.,l£.&,W.,19Si 146 

XonmMia. Phillips, 1841 146 

L.nutUioottata,iL %.,!£. A W.,mil 14^-147 

CtpkmUpoda: 

OrCkoMrot, Breynins, 1732 147 

0.aniitt2ooo«(atem,xi.B.,M.&W.,18a 147 

yontOict, BrayntiiA. 1782 147 

XSnhfsoaas Tr&matoditeut, n. %. g,tlL AW ^1981 147 

Oo m e li im* in rtgard to a few fonOt detorSbed in ptipen qf Septtmber and October, I860. 

Qfitikocrinug acUulut (September, 1860) thoold be O, seutpHku, 
PloCyeftoma nana (October, 1860) should be Natieopti$, 

SuUma peraeuta (October, 1860) should be raiiK«d under Polyphmnoptit, of Portloek, probeUy 
a sectloii of the genus Laxonema, 
OrthocertMs e^cpa n tv m (October, 1660) belongs to the genus or subgenus AeUnoetnu, 
Oifrtoetrag eurtwn (October, 1860) should be ranged under the subgenus Aploemrtti, 

23. 

lfEEE,F.B. Deacriptions of new Cietaoeous fossilft ooUeoted by the Northwestern 
Boundary Commission on Yanoonver and Snoia Islands. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Soi. 
Phila., vol. xiii, pp. 314-^18. 1861. Philadelphia, 1862. 

Inoetr a m% u tvbundaUu, Meet, n. s., 1861 816 

l>onfi<a/teiMii»,n.s., Meek, 1861 816 

lfactra^i»6faiia,n.s.. Meek, 1861 816^^16 

O^pAmlopoda: 

BaatHU$ irwrnahu, n. s., Meek, 1861 816 

BMul7(««o0eiden(a««,n.s., Meek, 1861 816-817 

' iliiHnonitet «ontp2tfani« Tsr. ftf«iaen«it, n. s., Meek, 1861 817 

^mmoiMteff voneouvereiwit, n. s.. Meek, 1861 817-818 

ya«tati«eamp6<IK,n.s., Meek, 1861 » 818 

24. 

Hnc, F. B.y and Hatden, F.Y. Descriptions of new Lower Silnrian (Primordial), 
Jurassic, Cretaoeons, and Tertiary fossils, collected in Nebraska hy the exploring 
expedition under the command of Capt. Wm. F. Raynolds, U. S. Top. Engrs., 
with some remarks on the rocks fh>m which they were obtained. <^Proo. Acad. 
Nat. ScLPhila., vol. xiu, pp. 415-447. 1861. Philadelphia, 1862. 

Page. 

Lower Silarian (Primordial) rooks 416^6 

JniWBio rooks 416-417 

C^retseeoas rocks :...- 417-482 

Lower series 417-424 

Oenenl section of the Cretaceous rooks of Nebraska 418 

Upper Cretaoeons series of Nebraska 421-482 

NewJereejseotion, compiled fiiom the reports of that State 426 

Fot Hill beds 427 

B elstl o na of the niq;>er Cretaceons series of Nebraska to Enropean dhrisjons 120 iW 

Tertlsryroeks 482-186 

(venetal section of the Tertiary rocks of NebraekA 488 



SILUBIAN (PHmOEDIAL) : 

Bntkiopoda: 

OeK>leBa, Billings 486 

0.iM»a,B.s.,M.&H..1861 48(M86 

tiplbs, straight; npM^ thread. 

I'V^fLA and It^Koc, in allusion to the perforated nmbilicns and the discoid form of the sheU in the 
typinlveeisa. 



28 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pttropodaf m 

I^MO, Morris : m 

Tk^ea (PugiuheiOut) gr§ffarmtiLM,,lL UU^imi 4M 

TrUobiUt m 

AriofMOitf , B«miide m 

A, (OrtpSctphaiM) awmi,iLB.,Td.AM^lBeL 416^117 

JUEAflBIO f OMII 1 

LamMbrtmekiaia 4K 

Orypkata^lMDMitik 487 

0.§aie§olavr.n4bru96muii,lLAIL,imi OT^-OI 

Jfodiola. LMDMok m 

M,{P0ma)/ormo§a,iLM.,U.StH.,l»l m 

CtORACUOm f OMII 1 

Lam M bra n ekUi t a ^ 4il 

OtCreo, Llimaeus 4M 

0.9a»6iMa,iLS..lC.&H.,1881 44Q 

X«da, SoliiimAcher 1 44Q 

£.Mniloafa,iL8.,lC.&H.,18n 441 

OirvOKa, Definaoe 4il 

ti^.rMto,iLS.,H.JbH.,1861 441 

Cfrmdia^ Brown 441 

a«Ii9«MKttla. ii.8..1C.JbH.,1801 441-MS 

Oardhum^ Linnaeae • 442 

O, (HmmUMnUmi^f) 0ttr«Mm» iL8.,M.^kH.,lMl 44S 

. 0.iMrffmM,iLt^H.H.,1881 44S 

OWUceo^PoU 40 

O.dmp0yi,U.&'EL,lBB6 40 

AlKiia, Liimaeas • 44S 

r.*<ei<faite,ii.8.,M.&H..iMi 4a 

Xifi^tila, Bragniere *. 44S 

L.nUida,iLB,,U.ScU,,im 44»-444 

0<ui§ropoda 444 

^^ritolte, Humphrey 444 

jr.««frr«u0MM<f,iLB.,l£.&H.,18a 444 

Mdemia^lMomrek 444 

M.(Potodoma)vtUma,u,s,,yLit'H^lKi 444^146 

Oepkalopoda 446 

BomiKtef, LuDATok 446 

B. framiliM, iL8.,M.4bH.,1861 446 

TBBIIABT WOmOM, 

GutUropoda 44i 

Tlvipam, LuDMok 44i 

r.r«iynoIdwfM^iL«..M.&H.,1861 44i 

J?eKr.LiiiiiMi» 446 

H.tpat(o9a,n.B.,U,Si,B..,lBK. 446-44T 

A^.Ml0nia,|i.a.,lC.&H.,1861 447 

Corroolloii^iiotMtheoiDitslonof the iiaiiieAroadnoni».4t8of theProaforiaao... 447 

25. 

MsBK, F. B., ami Hatdbk, F. Y. Deeoriptions of new Cretaoeons foesils from Ne- 
braska Territory, ooUeoted by the expedition sent oat by the Government under 
the command of Lieut. John MuUan, U. S. Topographical Engineers, for the loca- 
tion of a wagon road from the sources of the Missouri to the Pacific Ocean. 
<Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., voL xiv, pp. 21-28. 1862. Philadelphia, 1863. 



Page. 

SeopMfM, Psrldiison IS 

i9. Mnlri0o#ut, n. 0., IC. & H., 1882 S 

8. Mrm^ormt*, n. 8., M. d^H., 1883 

JLmmoniCM, BmgaiAre 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 29 

A. mmnmnanuM, n. s., M. & H., 1M2 2a-28 

jrotrfOiic, Breynina , 25 

ir. tUgant, Soworby tw. n^ftroMasifif, H. &H., 1B82 25 



.Sowerby 25 

J.widafrMiMiiw.ik.B.,M.&H., 1862 25 

J.«M9yrmd«t,iL8.,H.&H..1862 25-27 

X. f tm rir oiirttiiK. ils., H. &H., 1862 27 

Ymaia,limUm 27 

V.mortoni,iLB^U. &H.,1862 27-28 

PlModoMyo, Sowerby 28 

P. papifraota, TLB., M. &H.,1862 28 

UxMKf F. B. Bemarka on the family AoteonidiB, with deeciiptioDs of some new 

genera and sahgenera. <Am. Jonm. Sci., yol. zzxv, 2d ser., pp. 84-94. 1863. 

New Haven, 1863. 

Page. 
Attwiminm: 

Jld!a9iMlla.d*Orbigny(eaiertrioted) 89 

3Vodkaeto(m» Meek. 1868 (AotooneUa (pert) d'Orb.) 88-80 

»Bbge&iie,4nraetoon Meek. 1868 90 

G^Kiidnl«0(Aaot.)Horrii&Lyoett(M restricted) : 90-91 

Sabgemu GcnioeyHndriUi ^ 91 

Jl0l0oii<Ma. d'Orbigny (as lettrieted) 91 

8iibgMraa,2V«Mfcacla<m<fia Meek, 1868 * 91 

AmnMMtoom Meek, 1868 (ActeoDina (part) d'Orb.& AH) 91-82 

Sebsemisf OMMwCcMM,Meek • 98 



a we M e > Gray 92 

Babgenns AeilkMUh d*Orblgny 98 

Snbgenvs Jiep^efta, Meek,1863 98 

Aplyefca, Heek, 1868 88-94 

27. 

Mbk, F. B. Bemarks on the family PterriidsB (= Ayionlida), with desoriptionB of 
tome new foesil genera. <Am. Jonm. Soi., vol. xzxyii, 2d ser., pp. 212-220. 
1864. New Haven, 1864. 

Page. 

Fttrtidm (m ArinnMm) 214-215 

PCiriiiliM9(orPterl]iiAgroitp) 215 

PtarUmm (or AyUmODm) 215 

JMMmi (Pema or laognomeii group) 215 

O r n fMr ky mcut, n. g.,Meek, 1864 217-218 

Jwi for c to , a. g^ Meek, 1864.. 218-220 

2a 

Mm, F. B. Carboniferons and Jnraasic foesils. <Pal6ontology of Galifomia 
(WMtney), voL i, pp. 1-16, 2 plates, and pp. 39-^, pis. vii and viii. 1864. 
Pabhahed hj aathority of the legislature of California, 1844. 

nnonPTioir ov oAKBonvBiom vosbilb. 

JViiwii'e {ftfu : Page. 

IWMMne. PSaeher ..^ 8 

^.foftMCe.iL8..Meek.l864,pLii,flg8.8aiiid8a-0 8-4 

l'.9radHi^B.8.,Meek,1864,pLii,flg.laiidla-0 4 

^.«yiiiMlri0a,Vi8oberf,1887,pLii,flgs.2aiid2a 4 



30 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Zoopk^ta, 

Zidtotlrvtton, neming 

£.ifMNiiaZcNV(f),CMtl«nBO (sp.). 1848, pLi, figs. 4 and 4 a, ft S4 

£.f Ml<ro*'»i«iWi,XL8.,Heek,1884,pLiflg8.2uid2a-« M 

LUKottroHon ;, Meek, 1864, pL i, figs. 8 and 8 a 7 

CUtioph^Uum,'Dtauk 8 

a0aM<,n->nHeek,1864,pLi,flg.landla.ft M 

MoOutea, 

Bra^iopoda U 

OrtMf, Dalman.... 10 

OreA^,8p.iuidt.,18O4,pLii,flga.6and5a-0 lO^U 

ProduetttM^Qowerbj 11 

P.MfMre^aiOafttt. Martin(sp.),180O,pLii,flgB.4and4a 11 

BJkynaAonaBa, Fischer 13 

JZJ^iiflAoYieOa, sp. undt, 1884 ^ 12 

iSjpivVtfr, Sowerby U 

Snbgenas Jfartiii^a, HoCToy 1} 

A(Jfor<iiiia)2iii«Btia,Hartinf (sp.), 1800, pLU,flga.8and6<i-4l U 

Spinferina,'Da,vidBoii U 

4Krirar(fia, sp. nndt, 1864 14 

JMria,King U 

£. oompfWMOi n. B., Meek, 1864, pL ii, figs. 7 and 7 a-« 14 

Gofteropoda 15 

E%Mmphaiut,3oweThj=8traparcUu$,Mimti€irt^ ^ 16 

Sabgvnna OmphalotroehuM,'iiee)L IS 

^.(0»ipftaIoeroeftw)«pAienfyi,n.a., Me6k,1864, pLU,flg8.8and8a 15-16 

DKSCBIFnOX OV THK JUBAflBIC V06BIL8. 

Bradhiopoda 88 

ShifnehoneUidee 89 

JZAyiMftofMOo, Fiaoher, 1809 88 

Jt^nae\<>pft<mi,n.8.,lfe6k,1864,pLyiii,flg.landla'/. 88-40 

TerAratuUdm 41 

lVr«&ralwto,Mmier,1776 41 

TmnHrrtxtuXa ^, 1864, pL viil, figs. 2 and 2 a. 6 41 

LameUibranehiata 42 

Ottreidm 42 

€iFfKpA<»», Lamarck, 1801 42 

Qtyphma » 1864, pt viii. flga 4 and 4 a 42 

JAimidm 48 

Lima, Bmgaldre. 1782 48 

X.f '«imMita,n.s.,Me6k, 1864,pLvil,iigs.4and4a 43 

i;. r»ef»oo«ta(a,n.8.,Heek,1864, pLvil,flg.5 44 

L.t tfuffMOto, n.s.,Meek,1864, pLyii,flg8.6and6a 44-46 

P^cUnidcB 46 

Peeim, MtUler, 1776 46 

P.aott«pM«i«ut,n.8.,Me6k,1864,pLvlll,flg.8 46 

Ptgriida 47 

JnoeeramMt, Sowerby,1814 47 

Lt o6KgiM«, n.§.,Meek,1864,pLvli.flgfc2and2a 47 

Lf rMton9u{u«,n.8.,M6ek,1864,plTil.flg8.1andla 47-48 

Trigoniida 48 

Trigonia, Bmguiftre, 1789 48 

T.iMMMKeMto, n.8.,Keek,1864,pl.Tili,ilg.7 48^ 

JfylOMks 48 

Jfyiau#,LinniBii8, 1768 '. 48 

KlmuftiffrialiM, iLB., Keek, 1864, pLvii, figs. 7 MBd 7 a 48 

Oroitatsmdm 60 

Aftorte, Sowerby, 1816 60 

JL.fMnfrieota,n.8.,Meek,1864,pLTiii,flg8.5and5a 60 

lAicinida....} 60 

JTnieardMim, d'Orbigny. 1852 58 

Zr.f piMo<ttOT,n.8..Meek,1864,pLyili,flgs.8and8a 50-61 

JLnatinSdm 51 



WBITIHOQ OF F. B. MEEK AND F. Y. HAYDEN. 31 

JfyoiifM (Soblot.), Minister, 1840 51 

jr. tfqnwmM, 11.8.. Meek, 1884, pLTiii, flgs. OandOa 61-52 

Oifkakpoda 53 

420 68 

il«, Auoi 58 

, 1864, pL Till, flgs.8Mid9a '. 58 

29. 

Mbk, F. B., and Hatbbn, F. Y. Paleontology of the Upper Miasonri. <Smith- 
aonijui oontribntionfl to knowledge (172), pp. 1-135, pis. i-v. 1864. Washington, 
1865. 

Primordial, Cftrbonlferoiu, Permiftn, and Jnrastio. Oeueca Camptoneotes, Lioplaoodes, 
BnmiorotiB, CbcBDomya. This work oontaina deocriptions of new fresh-water Joraasic speciea, 
the flrat of that age diaoorered in North America. The work has additional importanee in 
oonseqaence of the philosophical disouasion of important gnestions. 

Page. 
Xntrodnotton VII-PC 

UI.USIAV AOB. (POIBDAK OB FBIMOBOUL miOD.) 



LfmguiSdcB 1 

LingvUpU^mSllM 1-2 

L^pHmiformii, Owen, 1862, pL i,flga. la, b 2^ 

i;. jMiMMi (Conrad), Han, 1847, pLl,ilg8. 8 0,5 8 

OMcOa, Billings, 1861 8-4 

O. nana, M. ft H., 1861, pL i, ilgs. 8a-d 4 

O si C ire yoda . 
Ptfropodo. 



I^htfeo, Sowerby, 1846 5 

r. pr^0oria» M. ft H., 1861, flgs. o-d; p. 6 5-6 

Alleviate. 

IHItMto. 

Fmra4oeBid(B .* 7 

il^nnclo«,Corda,1847 7-8 

JL.MMii<,M.ftH., 1861, flg8.a-a,p.8 8-10 

AgratOot 1 pLi, flg.4 10 

CABBOioyBBOUs Aoi. * (OABBOHOBaoini noooo.) 

k 
Mvfomwi^^ttam 



11-18 

Jteiiiiiia,Fisohsc;1837 18-14 

F. e^ttndrica, Fischer, 1887, pLi, iigs.6a^ 14-15 



agi^tridm 16 

4PMV«r,Sowerby,1815 17-20 

IV^^onotrsto, Kcenig, s4?<fV«rofmostaathon 10 

JCHtMo, MeCoy, =Am5oMsiia, HaU 10 

& {M9rtimia)pUmo-«mt^aMM Sbnmard, 1865, flgs. a-a,p. 81 20-21 

rni^aUim 21-22 

OksiMtet, Ffsoher, 1887 22 

O.flMi0rMuila,M.ftH., 1858,pLi,ilg.5,a-« 22-33 

StnfkttmenidcB 28 

flsM^romlci, Pander, 1830 ....^ 24-26 

a •!«•»«#. M ft H., 1858, pLi,flg. 7 0-4 26-27 



32 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

L am e tt ib r a n ehiata, 

FUrild4B (=AvUmUdm) V-M 

Ptorinlinas (or PteriniA groap) K 

PUrUnm (or AviouincB) 38 

JfdKnifUB (Peni» or Isognomoii group) K 

PttrimiUtUB W 

MyaUna, Koninck, 1842 IM! 

Shellstnictiizeof Jfyolinaan^ulato, fig. — tl 

jr.|Mro<tentta(a,H.^kH., 1858.pLi.flgs.l2a,5 S 

Jf. aybquadrata^ Shtunwd, flg8.a,&, p.8S tt-A 

OrauateUUUB ^ 34 

Plmrophorut, King, 1844 34-33 

Snbgenos defdopAomt, Hall, 1847 SS 

P.oeeidmlaUt. M.&H.,pLi,flg8.11(i,& 33 

AnatSnitUB 38 

AOomma, King, 1844 3847 

A.mi5Mmea(a,M.&H..1858.pLi.flga.lO(i,5 37-38 

fl^4^»wcK«, McCoy, 1844 38-M 

&fop«l»Mwit;,ShinnMrd,1858.flgs.a,6.p.40 4041 

8J eonMVO, M. & H., 1858, pt i, figs. 8 4, 6 41 

8J altirof«rala, M.&H., 1868, pL tug.© 41r43 

*Okanoii»ya,n.g., Meek, 1805 4343 

aiMiMiM0ortAen«w. M.d&H.,1858,pLii,flga.la-0 4M4 

a0o<;s>eri,M.&H.,1858,pLii,flgs.2a,6 44 

Ooflfropoda. 
Proiobranehiaia, 
XkSpidoglostata, 
Fodophthaima. 

Pleurotomanidm ^ 4445 

Pfe«rotomaru^,Defranoe,1826 4M8 

P.AfMHM'OM,lC.&H..1858,pl.i,flgB.Ua,6 4647 

P.«ttbettrMnata,lL&^H.,1858,pLi,flg.l8 47 

CIBBONIFBBOUB AQB. (PBBMIAH FSBIOD.) 

JfoOiMoa. 
LamHUbramehiata. 

Pictinida - - .........•••.•.....• 48 

PMHninm 48 

Aviofdo-ptcUninm '. 43 

AviculopeeHniruB 43 

Avieulopeetm, McCoj, 1851 43 

A.flMNplMff,H.&W.,flg.— ,p.50 50 

Aviauiopeeten, f,pL]i,flg.lO 50 

A.fiia«oyi,pLil,flg.» .' 50-51 

PUriida. 

PUfimit/nm n 

jryaUMa,Koninck,1842 61 

jr.a9ieiiMdM,lC.&^H.,1880,pLii,flg8.8<i-4l 61-53 

JCpermiofio, Swallow, 1858, pLii, figs. 7 a-0 iZ 

PUrHdia. 

J9iMMi0roti«, Meek, 1864 63^ 

^. A<nmi, H. & H., pL ii,flgB. 5 o^ and flg.1, p. 64 64^ 

Shell strooture of ^.eurta, Ko.2,p.— 54 

Jff . Acnrnii var. ovoto, pL li, figs. 5 a, 6 55 

BoJseveOia, King, 1848 67 

B.iHiroa, M.&H., 1868, ptil, figs. 13 a, d 67 

Trigomida ^ 67-58 

fifeWwrfta, King, 1846 68-50 

Ao»a«ii«,M.&H.,1858,pLIi,flga.Ua,6 50 

ITwovikmida 6O40 

If%uvkm4nm , 00 

MdOttiinm 00 

*Xat»«i, to open or gape ; and fiiy«. 



WHITINGS OP F. B. MEEK. 33 

r<»Idia»H5ner.l842 60 

r.t«Mft«aCute,M.&H,, 1868, pLii^ilgs. 4^5 60-61 

OrmstaUaid<B 61 

Pf0un9Aonc«. King, 1844 61 

P./«tt6ei«iua<t«.M.&H.,1858,pLil,ilg.8 61 

P./eaa(nmi,H.d&H..1858,pLii,ilgi.l8a,» ^ 62 

Ofpkalipoda. 
Tttrmbtmekiata. 

KaviOidfe 68-6i 

Jfa«iaM.Liima)iu,1758 64-65 

Jf.ectffntrieiM, lL4&H.,pLii,flgs.l4(i,& 66 

BBPnUAM AGS. (JURAflBIO FBIIQD.) 
fftlh'flftf 

OHmoidea. 

P»iitemn»fM,Haier,1821 - 66 

OMadoorinutorCCflKloennitf [AgMsis] 66 

PMilMrifHMattoriteiM, K.&H.,1868,pLiii,flgi.2ak5andilg.^p.67 67 



Braekiopddim. 

UngMdm 68 

Uitgvia.'RmKaiht^nn ...'. .*. 68-66 

1^6rerinMfr{t.M.^kH.,1858,pl.ii1,flgs.8a,5 60 

BhynekonOUdm 70 

JZJ^iidk<m«tta,FI«oiMr,180e. 70-71 

Bk^nehnfuOa, ^,pLlii,flg.4 71-72 

IfWniffifrfwtdliate. 

(ktMidm 72 

OMrwo. Limueiu, 1758 72-78 

O.«ii0ciiiMUtm,Meek.l86O,flgs.A,B,p.73 78-74 

GrypAoo, Lamarck, 1801 74 

e. eakeola yar. nebnueentU, H. Sc H., 1861, pL iH, flga. 1 A-e and figii A-S,p. 75.... 74-76 

P^etimda 76 

PtetuUna 76 

OampfoiMetef, Agaasia, 1866 76-77 

a6eIIufr{atiw,Heek,1860,ilgB.A-D,p.77 77-78 

a/«E(mvatii«,lL&H.,1860,pLiii,flg.6 78 

Pteriiid49 79 

PteHuuB 70 

PCma, Scopoli, 1777 79 

Sabgenna Oxytomo, n. a. g., Meek, 1865 70-80 

Pttf^((>xytof}ui)miifMtor(, Bro]m,1829,flg8.A,B,p.80 80-81 

AtatieroKf, Meek, 1864 81 

A carta, Hall, 1852, pLiil,flga. 10 0-4 81 

Trigemidm 82 

IV^onio, Bragnitee, 1780 82-88 

SobdiTiaioiia: 
La ScaphcitUi^ Agasaix. (JaraMio and Cieteoeoiia.) 
Let OlaveBset, Agaaais. (Mainly Jnnaaio.) 
Lt9 Oarrmt, A ga iria . (Upper JnnMaio and Cretaoeona.) 
£«f SetOfrtt, Agaaais. (Mainly (Tietaoeooa.) 
XMORd«lM«,Agaaaia. (Juraaaie and Cretaoeona.) 
Lm OotiMt, Agaaaia. (Jnraaaie and Cretaoeona.) 
Lea XriMect, Agaaais. (Jaraaaio and Cretaoeona.) 
Lm PectfnaeMt, Agaaais. (Bxiating aeaa.) 

3Vvo9i»aeoi»ra<ii,M.&H.,1800,pLiii,flg.ll 88-84 

MftOidte M 

FslwBa, ScopoH, 1777 85-86 

F.j»«rf«m««,M.&H.,1858,pLiil,flg8.5,5a 86 

T./irmoM,M.&H.,1861,flg8.A,B,p.87 8^-87 

iwiAa 87-88 

Areitue 88 

120-.BU1L30 3 



34 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM, 

PlCB. 

MatrodUmHiUB 88 

AxintfUB...^ 88 

MaerodontincB 81 

Orammatodon, "M, Sc H.^18S6 81 

O.inorfui«ui,M.&^H..1868,p].Ui.flg8.0,0a,96 M 

XJnionidm M^ 

ITnio, Ketdiift» 1788 n 

it: n«Aai«,M.&H., 1858, pL iil» figs. 18 a-0 048 

Ora t aaUllidce M 

A«tarto. Sowerby, 1816 18^ 

A, fragUii^M. ScH.,1990,pliv,fLg.7 M 

A. inomato,M.&H..lS«0.pLiii,flgs.l2a,& , M 

Tt»n«rediid<B K 

Tancr«dia,Lycott,1850 gS-M 

T. iMrrenanch M. dc H., 1860, pL iii« fig. 7 96 

T.f «9ttttateraK#,M.&H.,1860,pLiU,flg.8 9M7 

OardUda 91 

iYotoeardia, Beyiioh, 1845 97^ 

P.fAufnard^M.&H..1860,flg8.A«Bonp.96 t8-» 

AnaUnidcd 99 

Jfyocttw (Sohlot), Mnnster, 1840 9»-100 

jr.n«&rMMnn«,M.&H.,1860,pl.iy,flg.5 100-101 

ir.««6eOipe<«i#,lL&H.,1858,pLiv,flga6<i-« 101 

TArooia, Leach, 1819 101-108 

T7ttiWarw,M.&H..1860,pl.lr,flg».4,4a..... 10 

T.;»f«Mato,M.&H.,1860,pLiv.flg.8 102 

PAotedomyo, Sowerby, 1823 168-108 

A00(i<m I.^Sp*oie» witAout a 0ir0ttin«eri&«d eordifial ana, 

JfuftMMtoto, Agaasiz. (Joraaaio and Cretaoeona.) 
TrigonaUB, Agaaais. (Cretooeooa, TerUary, and Beocoi.) 
Bucardinm, Agaaaix. (Liaa to Tertiary.) 

SeeHon ll.Speeiet wiJQi a cireum§eribed mtcI^mI ana. 

HatMa ta , Agaaaia. (Juraasic.) 
OvaleM, Agaaaic. (Jnraaaio.) 
Oardissoides, AgaaaU. (Jnraaaic.) 

PAoIadomyaAttmatf,M.&H.,1860,pLiy,flg&8,a,5 * 104 

Gtutnvp^da. 
Puknonifera. 
Jnop^rculata. 
JAmnopkUa. 

Umneridm 105-100 

L^nasinm 105 

PAyaifMB 105 

FlanofHnm 105 

PtonorMt, MilUer, 1774 106 

FkmorheUa^ Haldeman 100 

Hditoma, Swainaon 107 

Taphiuty H.& A.Adama 107 

jr«fwtu«,H.&A.Adama 107 

Anina, FitKingoi 107 

BaHhyimphalut, Agaaeia {=i8pirwbi»^ Swainaon, notLamlL) 107 

QyravXu$, Agaaaiz (=i\rautauta, Stein) 107 

PtonofMawtemitf, M.&H.,1860,pLiT,flga.l&la,ft 107 

Fromibraniehiata. 
Bipkidoffio$aata. 
PodqptiuUma. 

KeriUdct 108 

If€riUUa, Humphiey. 1707 lOfr-100 

^.na&rMMTMiff, M.&H.,1861t«ga.— «onp.l00 109-110 

Oyelobranehiata. 

DetUalixdoB 110 

I>$nUdium, Lin., 1740 i Ul 

D.tubquadratutn, Meek, 1880, flg.-.^p^ 111 Ill 

.OUnohranehiaia (=zF§otini^ranehkaah 



WBTTINQS OF F. B. MEBK. 35 

F«h«to» MiUler, 1774 112 

F«l«ata (proper) =6fyrorM«, Fttslnger, ssPImmBo, SoUnt 112 

2V«p<«iMKH.ftA.Adams U2-118 

Sabgemw IVopicKiia, H. 4& A. Adftma 118 

Yaitmiaf (TropidbM) 9oahrida,'hLUTL,lBM,vLiT,tg^2atb 113 

Vkripmidm 113-114 

Tikp^pontf. Montfort, 1810 114-115 

T:yaK.pLT.flg«.8a.6 116 

LicpioMdm, Meek, 1884 llfr-U8 

i;.MCcnMi«.lC&H.,1881,flgs.— kP.118 118 



AwMmomUidm U8.U8 

IV^^MMllitet. PftrldBMml811,fl0.1,p.ll9;flgs.2^p.l2O U8-120 

AsMMmite, BnigiiMre. 1789 121-122 

A.eordiformis,M,A'H^18B6,^T,fLgfLtth4 122-128 

A.JUiM^>£&H..1868;pLiy,flgik9a-« 128-124 

DOrofidUate. 



124 

BdmmUt$,AuBi 124-126 

JlMiii, Bronn 126 

ettr9eodi,J>*OTbinKy=:Nao§iphUm,J>u,val 126 

NU9eodi,W(h\Affij=eattrotiphUt»,T}«f9l 126 

j r il»ii mftw <fiMMi;M.&H.,1868,pLiv,flg^lOg-g,aadpLT,flgB.l,la-» 128-127 

AfUmiafa 



ftfWgofa- 

Smpmttdm 137 

Arpulo, LiuuBiit, 1768 127-128 

Bmrpulu, uadt. phr,fig.i 128 

30. 

Mm, F. B. Defleription of fiMsUs from the anriferoos alates of California. <Geol. 
SUIT. California, Geology, toL i. (Appendix B), pp. 477-482, 1 plate, 1865. Pab- 
liihed by authority of the legiaUtore of California, 1865. Philadelphia, 1865. 

JotmbI o fflilli — Thi» Mttele is in the Tolnmo of Geology, and not in either of those devoted to 
Paleontology exehisiTely. 

A m m mi mm (EJeIn). Bolton, 1798 478 

SabgMoa Jfciioliiiw, Meek 478 

1. Mr«riiM% n.s.,lfeek, 1866^ pL i, ilgs. 6 end 6 a.-. 478-479 

^vmOo, Keyeeriing, 1848 ^ 479 

A. mrktgtomi, G«bb, ep., 1884, pL i, ilgB. 2, 8, 7. 6, a-d 479-480 

l.«T«iitf(eii<,Tar.Hivii<^ofaiif.Heek,1886,pLi,ilgs.landla.„ 481 

BMMoMfM, Sowerby, 1828 481 

iMM^mya (t) orNMilola, Gabb, pL 1, ilg. 4 481 

BtUmmitm, Anct 482 

Btlmnifmpat4Mtu, Qabb 482 

31. 
Mm, F. B. Bemarks on the Carboniferons and Cretaceons Books of Eastern Kansas 
and Hebraaka, and their relations to those of the adjacent States, and other locali- 
ties farther eastward, in connection with a review of a paper recently published 
on this subject by M. Jules Ifaroou, in the Bulletin of the Geological Society of 
Fnoee. < Am. Joum. Sci., yoL xxxiz, 2d aer., pp. 157--174. 1865. New Haven, 



Tbe paper of PtoliBasor Ifiaroon's referred to is the ** Beoonnaisssnce geologiqne da Nebraska, *' 
par Joles Harooa. BoU. GeoL Soc. Fnuioe, xsi, pp. 132-147, Jannaiy, 1864. 

At the doae of the paper Meek Sc Worthen describe : Page. 

Xri$09rimm$,n.g.,M,StW„l9n 174 

lri w flr ii »M<%yw,n.s..li.&V.,1866 174 

Irm w i m u* iMftrofOwwii, n. s., M. & V., 1886 174 



36 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



32. 

Mebk, F. B., and Wortbbn, A. H. Note in relatiou to a genus of Crinoid« from the 
Coal measmes of Ulinois and Nebraska, proposed by them on page 174of thisyoliiiiie 
of the Jonmal. <Am. Jonm. Soi., vol. zxxix, 2d ser., p. 850. 1865. New HsYen, 
1865. 

The anthon nf^tad their genua SriMcrinns m identioal with PhQociiiiiu de "gnitw^v 
Eri$oerinut typui ie ohanged to PMioerimut pelmt, M. 4& W. 
E, nelmueenHi to P. fMfrrMosiuit. 

aa 

Meek, F. B. Preliminary notice of a small collection of foesilt found by Dr. Hsjb 
(Hayes) on the west shore of Kennedy channel, at the highest northom localiti« 
ever explored. <Am. Jonm. Bci., vol. xl, 8d ser., pp. 31-34. 1865. New Hayen, 
1865. 

Upper Sihiriui. 

Zt^l>hrentiahaytU, n.».,Ue9k,19K a 

Smringopon^ sp. nndt a 

FdvoaUett sp. nndt a 

StropKomtfiarhomboidalit.'WthXb a 

Stn/phodontaheadUyana.BMSi^ S 

iStropAodonto beclM, HaUf S 

Jikynekontiaa, sp. nadt • — a 

Ooeloipira eoneava^ H«U Z3 

Spirifwr^ sp. nndt a 

Loxonema^ kanei^ n.s., 1805,Heek a 

OrtAooerM, 8p.andt a 

lUotnvM^ 8p.iuidt .....••... a 

34. 

Meek, F. B. Note on the gemis Oilbertsoorinos Phillips. <Proc Acad. Nat fid. 
Phila., Yol. xvii, pp. 166-107. 1865. Philadelphia, 1865. 

The author takes the ground that the diffcrenee he t w eea Oilbertaoeriims 91dUipa, Oooi* 
asteroidoorinus Lyon &. Casseday, and TrematoorlniMiSaU, ia at most not Mare than anbgeneric 

35. 

Meek, F. B. Observations on the microscopic shell stmotnre of Spki&r essiddatus, 
Sowerby, and some similar American forms. < Proe. Aead. Nat. Soi. Phfla., toL 
xvii, pp. 275-277. 1865. Philadelphia. 

36. 

Meek, F. B., and Worthen, A. H. Notice of some new types of organic remaine 
from the Coal-measures of Illinois. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xvii, 
pp. 41-53. 1865. Philadelphia, 1865. 

Genera Acanthotelson, Palsocaria, Anthraoerpee, Paleocampa, aflerwaid repuhliahed aad 
illustrated In vol. lii of the Illinois Geologloal Beporta. 

ORCSTAOBA. 
Entomotiraock, 
Xyphowra. Paga 

BMimmrus^ Koeirig 4Z 

B. doiKP, M.&W.,n.s.,1865 44-4ft 

Tetrodeeapodti, 
Itopoda. 
(Aniaopoda.) 
Aeanthoteltoni^ 

AeanthotOiim, n.g.,M.& W., 1885 4S-47 

A.f«wp#<mu,n.8., M.&W.,1885 47-48 

A.»fMe?iMi{i«,n.s.,K.4&W.,1865 48 



WBRINGB OP F. B. MBSK AND A. H. WOBTHEN* 37 

PitoBeaK»ii.g.,M.&V..18» 4a-40 

P.«rP«»,ii.e..li.&W.,lW6 i»-«0 



;iL»tftragM2<Miois Salter, 1881 M 

A.0r«cil^B.s^M.AW.,18IS »^ 



fAntkrmurpet,iLg^lLAW.,19n 51 

A.i^pw,Jk.B.,lLAW,,19lB5 61-52 



Fialm9etmpm,iLg^lLAW.,lSK 62 

F.M<ftnM;ik.s^M.&W^1866 83^ 

37. 

MKei, F. B., €md WoBTBKK, A. H. Remarka on the genus Tftxoorinns (Phillips). 
MoCoy, 1844 ; and its relations to Forbesioorinos de Koninok and Le Hon, 1854, 
with deseiiptions of new species. < Froo. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., toL xyii, pp, 
13(»-143. 1866. Philadelphia, 1865. 

BflpabUabed iB ToL H of the BUnoit CtoologiMl Beportt. 

Page. 

I^mtrimm <Phfll^) McCoy, 18*4 188-ltt 

T kb k a fcow ian tho < n u l*tiaa « of ttrnotino ftom TacBoerimu to Forbtt i om i m m 140 

£fPnaiii,au».,M.&Vnl8e6 142-143 

aa 

Km, F. B., mkd Wobthbn, A. H. Descriptions of new species of Crinoidea, d&c., 
from tiie Paleozoic rocks of Illinois and some of the adjoining States. < Proc. 
Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xvii, pp. 143-155. 1865. Philadelphia, 1865. 

A **iioio In regazd to the name Cincinnati gionp need in the foregoing paper" la appended 
«■ page 166 ; the deocriptiona are repnbliahai and the viewa reatated in the Illinoia Oecdogieal 
Be p e rta , toLL 



M eU mo d t r wuaa, 
OfMim. Page. 

Ooaiareeyafitet. BOlinga, 1854 Itt 

a tkumardi, n. a., M. & W., 1866 148-144 

a ikummrdi rmr. 0^e»Mem, n. a.. IL A W.. 1866 144-145 

Orlmttdm. 

rw erim uM , BOMnga. 1866 145 

P.«rBafM,n.a^H.&W.J866 145-146 

P. pmt t^on i m t, n. a., IL d& W., 1866 14ft-147 

H Ut nerwm u t, Hail, 1847 147 

' fl:enMfMf,n.a.,M.& 'W..1865 147-148 

g:tii>oraaf ua, n.e.,lCAVMl865 148,149 

O ab gen na Antmm h t Hnut , M. 4k V 148-149 

H. f {A» m ika J o9f i m u »} imemrvMg, n. a., IL 4t V., 1866 148-140 

Mrk99Hm m$, n. g., M. 4k W., 1866 140 

A«MeUMM»n.a.,M.4kW..1865 150 

A initrgwfaiin. n. fc, IL A V., 1866 160 

CgaAte H mt , mUer, 1821 150 

a fiwgiiiloftMt, n. a., M. 4k v., 1866 150-151 

a w i iMii d Mi , n. a., M. 4k W., 1866 151-lSS 

a mwmii, M. 4k V., 1861 ^ 162 

JPittmiumimui, Millar, IStt 168 

P. (Z tac W mia) aarOonaritia, M 4k V., 1861 152 

4 rt< wtgr4ii a i , Mflkr,1881 162 

XpMBiif;M.4kW.,n.a.,1886 152-154 

8abgB— a Bfl wr o wi fMS, M. 4k W., 1865 **4 154 

iLUip*«rMr<mit)eefMMWt.M.4kW.,1861 .• ,.., 154 



38 BULLETDT NO. 90| UNITED STATES NATIONAL UUBEUM. 

Page. 

Cephalopoda. 

0oitia(itef0#mfNM<i(«,]L8.,M.ftW.,1866 15i-165 

Mebk, F. B. , and Worthek, A. H. Descriptions of New Crinoidea, &o. , firom the Car- 
boniferous rocks of Illinois and some of the adjoining States. -^Proo. Acad.Nst 
Sci. Phila., vol. xyii, 1865, pp. 155-166. Philadelphia, 1865. 

PoUrioerimu,Jimer,1821 156 

P.<iuK«n«i#<f,iLS.,M.&W.,1885 166-156 

P. (Seaphioerintu) tenuidaciylui,jLB.,M.&,W.,lS65 166-157 

P. (iSeopftioertniM) 6ayMMM, n. 8., H. & W., 1865 ISMfiS 

P.(aoaphiaerinui)fnonpood%,n.B.,M.&W,,l9S5 1«8-1S> 

P. {Seaphioerinfts)9ubtumidu*,JLB.,MsScW.,W05 1G» 

OyaihoeHnut,Mmer,1821 1« 

aaj*or«if,iL8.,M.&W.,1865 WO 

PIa«ycrint«,Mmer.l821 l»4fi 

OentrocrinuB, AnsttD. Wl 

Oupdkeoerinut^ Troost 161 

PUuroerinutt Anstin 161 

PIoiyeriniM niotetiKf, n. 8., H. 4& W., 1866 lO 

P.A«mifpA<«fiet»,n.8.,M.ftW..1865 1«»-168 

P.parmdu$,JL:,M.ScW.,l9S5 168-lW 

AotinoorMMif, Miller, 1821 164 

Sabgenos AUoprofottoenntit, Lyon & CassedAj, 1860 IM 

A. (AUoproioUocrinut) eu^fmu»,Ji.B.tMs &,W,f 1965 164-166 

Pmfrtmitet (OranotooKnitf) (rranuIofftM, n. ■., H. & W., 1865 166 

FOLTZOA. 

EvaeHnopora^n. g.,M. AW. ,1865 165 

J5.fa4iato»iL8..M.&W..1866 166-166 

40. 

Mbek, F. B.y and Worthen, A. H. Cqntribntions to the Paleontology of Illinois and 
other Western States. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xvii, pp. 245-273, 
1865. Philadelphia, 1865. 

SilnilAo, Deronian, Carboniferoua. CtoniuBiidolobaB. Afterward xepabUahedim the HUnoifl 

Geological Beporta, vol. ii. 
Mottutea. 

LamdUbranehiata. Pageu 

LUhophaga, Bolten, 1798 a45 

{UthodatMU, Cnvier, 1817.) M5 

Liihophagat pertenuU, il8.,M. & W.,1866 245 

i./K»VttaK»Phimp8(f).»p .• 245 

ModMoptit, HaU, 1847 246 

Jf.p«ro«»to,iL8.,M.AW.,1865 246 

PUurophortu, King, 1844 .-...p 246 

P.JoftMftotut, n.8.,M.& W.. 1865 24*^7 

P. / a»Vttlalat. XL a., M. A W., 1866 247 

P.co«fa<iA>rwit,iLB.,M.&W.,1865 247-848 

Ommmytia, De Vemoull, 1847 248 

a /rAotn^oidoKt, XL a.. M. AW., 1865 248-34» 

Oonoeardiumf Broxui,1887 ^ 249 

aoWi^tttn, IL8.,M.&W.,1866 219 

JBdmondia, De Koninck, 1842 2*9 

^./peroMofi^a, XL8.,M.AW.,1865 2I9-J86 

OfuBnomya, Meek, 1865 250 

aFrAomdoidaa, 11.8., M.&W., 1865... 250 

aFAy6rida,n.8.,«f.&W.,1865 260-251 

fiW^rwidfcia, McCoy. 1844 251 

J3,(8an(niv6nottteif) 9ubar4uaia,iL»,,'kL A.W,,19» SOL 



WRITIKGS OF P. B. MEEK AND A. H. WORTHEN. 39 

Page. 
€utienpoda. 

Stiopm, BmXU 1847 Ml 

Sdbgenns Xionemo, H. ^ W 221 

M.(ImmMa)d^r€i$a,JLB,,M.&W„lS» 261-262 

Pttwrotomaria, Defrance, 1826 252 

P.(Murekit(miaf),fA«ta,JLS.,M.&W,,19» 262 

FUropoda. 

Omnloria. Miner. 1818 262 

a multicotiata, n. ■., M. A V., 1866 262-268 

atubearb<maria,iLB.,M.&W.,l9K 268 

a«M*tei,iLe.,M.&W.,1866 268-264 

T^miaetOUes, Schlotheim, 1820 264 

T.tatuUtriaUu, n,S,, v.. &W.,im5 264 

T.««w^oiiui#.iL8.,M.l6W.. 1866 264-266 

T.MUrUmoeMii,n,:,M.&W.,19e5 256 

OrtAoetrac, Allot 266 

aarebrigtriatum, n.B.,M.&W.,19K 266-266 

O. ftt»a«rfufn, n. e., M. & W., 1866 266 

0,joli4UH§e, n. ■., M.& W., 1866 266 

O.noM^n. 8.,H.&W.. 1866 266-2W 

0.«ifi«A««i,n.8.. M.&W., 1866 267 

PhrmgnMceras, Broderip, 1834 267 

P. waltkii, n. 8., M. A W., 1866 26t 

G m mpko eerat, Sowerby, 1838 258 

GF. fMniktm, n. 8., K. & W., 1866 268 

Q. (Apioeenu) iwrHn^omf, n. a., M. ft W., 1866 268-268 

^TmIOw. LJniUBoa, 1768 268 

S«bffenii8AidoIo6itf,]iLftW.,1866 250 

IT. {Bnd4Mnu) jmumplut, n.B^^ A W,,18K 260 

y. (TtmnoekeUua) niotentii, n. B.,M. AW., 1965 260 

Sabgenns Diteitsi, MoCoy, 1844 260 

ir. (l>MeaM)orna(u« Hall, rar.aiiiphif.M. 4k W., 1866 260-261 

ir. (DweilM) dife^ormif, n. 8., K. & W., 1865 261 

y.i«MaU«MU, n.8.,M-&W., 1865 261-262 

Sabgcnos Oryptocertu, d'Orbigny, 1847 202 

If, (OrYpioeeras) eapaac, n. 8.,M. ft'W.,1866 268 

if. (Oryptoeenut) Uidyi, n. s.. H. ft W.,1866 262-268 

jy«dkMmu.Bwnnde,1847 ? 268 

T. bamri, o. •.. M. ft v., 1866 268-264 

AHUmkUm. 



TriMrita. 

Dalmania, ^Bmmeriob. 1846 264 

1>. dofue^n. ■..H. ft W., 1865 264-266 

LkkOM, Dihiuui, 1827 ^ 266 

L. MWnOitf, n. 8., H. ft W., 1866 266-267 

PWBCttt Steininger, 1830 267 

P. rfKpeuw*, n. 8., M. ft W., 1865 .^.. 267-268 

PMZKpAa. Portlock. 1843 268 

Sabgraoa GHJUhide$, Porilock, 1848 268 

P. (Or»JII*i<lef)j)ortfocHI,n. 8.,M. &W..1866 268-270 

P. iOrifithidet) ieiiula, n. 8., M. ft W., 1866 270-271 

P. {QTi^idtif)iangamoneniU,n.B,,^ ft W., 1865 ^ 271-278 

41. 

Hm, F. B. Note on the affinities of the Belleropbontidss. <Proo. ChfoagO Acad, of 
8d., pp. 9-11, 1866. Chicago, 1866. 

The sothor pleeee this fionily new FiasorellUda, HeUotldn» and PlenrotomariidA. 



40 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL KU8BUK. 

42. 

MxEK, F. B,f and Worthen, A. H. ContribatioiiB to the Paleontology of lUinoU and 
other Western States. <Proo . Acad. Nat. Soi. Phila., vol. xviii, pp. 851-275, 1866. 
Philadelphia, 1866. 

Carboniferous fossiU. Afterward repnblished and illastrated fai the Illinois Gfinlngifsl Be 
ports. 



Sekinodermata, 
OrinoidM. PifB. 

B$lmnnowtnuswhitU,iLB.t^. &W.,18M ^ 251 

Sabgenns J\r<n?ufttomnia, M. ScW. 1866 2S1 

aipifMUhocrinu9tDaehimvtki,Tk.B,tM.Si,W.,l9M 2S1-SS 

Oyathoerinui/arUifi,n.s.,^, & W.,1866 2SMSI 

AeUnoerinut ealyeulut vax. pardinennt^'M.. ScW 2SS 

iSfrotocrima, n. g., M. & W., 1866 «8 

flto^nocrinia, n. g., M. & W., 1866 SSMSI 

Skodocrinut nanus, n. B.^'iL &W.,1866 25A 

Ony^ioerinutt Lyondc€asseday T. 2SS-f56 

Onyehoeriwui divenuM, n. B., H.&'W., 1866 2S6487 

€hranatoerintu thwnardi, n. »., M. &W., 1866 267-868 

Qranatocrinutnorvfoodi,O.ScSJ 258-389 

Att&roidM, 

SchanoiUr vfoehtmuthi.n. B.,1L AW., 19n 28» 

Molhuea, 

LameOOtranehiata. 

Pteria (Pterinea^) marganentis, ix.B.,M, A W,,19» , 281^ 

DUabra tUrUngemU, n. s.,M. &W.,1866 960-211 

Jfocrodonmieronema, n.8.,M. dcW.,1866 211 

€huteropoda. 

PkUyetrat, Conrad, 1840 262-26 

Sabgenns Orthonyekia, Hall 213 

Sabgenoe Jj^ooerot, Hall 261 

P.tei^atttm, n.8..M. &W., 1866 269-284 

P. JkawtoidM, n.».,M.&W., 1866 204 

P.un«m,n.8.,M.&W.,1866 264-26 

P. (OrOumtfchia) eheaterense, n. a., M. Sc W, 1866 2iS 

P. (Orthonuekia) 9ubpli4i<Uum,ii.B.,U. &.W., 1866 26fr-268 

P. (Orti^<myoA<a){9|fundt&tt2«m,n.8.,M.&W.,1866 .'. 206 

Jf«topto»n«, PhilUpa, 1886 266-367 

MetoptomaiPlatyoeroi/) vmb^Oa, n. b., H. & W., 1866 267 

PciyphemopHtehry$aUiM,n.B.,^.A.W.,lSOd 267-268 

NaUeoptU KUonana var. genetfievensis, M. ScW 268 

AnoffipAo^ut, n. g., M. & W., 1866 268 

-A.roeuliu, n.B.,M. &W.,1866 268-260 

Jfierodoma, n. g., M. & W.,1866 200 

Jf.ea»<ca,n.a.,M. &W.,1866 2e>.«70 

OrthonenM conieti, n. a., M. 4& W., 1866 270 

IVoeftOaF 0ar6onaria. n. 8., M.&W., 1866 270-271 

Plaiiftehitma pelieoideM, SowBThy 1 B^ , «.. 271 

Plmtrol^moria conotdet, n. 8., M. & W., 1866 271-372 

Piettrotomoria eoawna, n. 8., M. & W., 1866 272 

Plewrotomariatpironema^iLB.,^ &'W.,1866 272-292 

Plsurotomaria v€Uv€Uiformit, n. 8., M. & W., 1866 271 

Murehitonia tnomoto, n. a., H. 4&W.,1866 274 

Oephalopoda. 

Nautilus (Trfmatodiseus) sukatuStSowerbyl ^ ^^ 274 

NaMtUus(Oryptoeeras)rocl^wrdsnsis,n,B.t^.&W.tl9M 275 

In a note the authors consider their previously proposed BvactiBoporaas equlYalsot tf Cone* 
diotyum Miinster, and call their species C. radiatnm. 



WBIXING8 OF F. B. UBBK AND A. H. WOBTHEN. 41 

43. 

MsiK, F, B., and WoRTHBK, A» H. Defloriptions of Paleozoio foarils from the Sila- 
riAo, Deymnsn, snd CarbonifBrons rooks of Illinois and other Western States. 
<Proc Chicago Acad. Soi., pp. 11-83. 1666. Chicago, 1866. 

6ener» Monopteria Megaton mftenraid republished in the Blinois Qedlogiosl Beporti, 
^.iL 
AmorpkKoa. 

Page. 

ijiylMpon^f eorbonaria, iL8.,H. 4k W.,18M U-12 

AjtramgNm^ AamOtofMMiff, n. 8., M. Sc W., 1866 12 



Plaemmoptig eaHHmmria, n. •.. M. & W., 1886 IS 

Awieml9p§eUnmndciphen»ii,ii,9.,M. ScW., 1866 14 

l.iMiumMUw, ma^H. &W.,1806 14-16 

1 jim6riatM, n. 8., H. &W., 1866 16-16 

Ymmnmia dtaonentit, n. >., M. & W., 1866 16-17 

Maeroicn temtiHrtaiut, n. B. g., H. 4& W., 1866 ^ 17 

Sekindma eurtuM, n. %., M. ScW., 1866 18 

Amtkrmeopiera t/ragiiu, n. s., M. & W., 1866. 18-10 

JfyoluwinMiiii^ormu, n. 8.. M. &W., 1866 10-90 

JToiMpteKa, D. 8., g., H. 4k W., 1866 90 

Ptermta(2£onopUria)ffibbo9a,n.B.,U. &W., 1866 20-21 

PUrimsm f nApap^race€^ n. 8., M. & W., 1866 21-22 

litea y c fci a {MtgapUra) eatH, n. 8., K. 4k W., 1866 ^ 22-28 

44. 

Ifm, F. B., and Worthbn, A. H. Descriptions of Invertehrates from the Carbon- 
ifoous System* <Geologioal Survey of Dlinois, vol. ii, pp. 145-411, plates, 14-20 
SDd 23-32. 1666. Pnblished by authority of the legislature of nilnois, Spring, 
field, 1866. 

GcDeraSpheoopoterimii, Cerdiopele, Tremfttodiaeiia, StrotoeriBna, StegMioeriniis, Cslocrinae, 
OMgo p oins, Krieecginne, SjBtrielaamSv Suiierotie, Treohydeait*, Ort h o ae ws, BolenieotM, 
▲Mothoteleon, PslAooacie, Anthrtcerpes, Pelsoeenps, SheiiMter. YoluMe li, ill, ▼. and vi 
of these reports eU comprise very importsat works ob InTertebrste Peleestelogy, in which are 
not only species and genera described, bnt higher gronps are defined, and many important 
ipiestions are philosophioaUy discussed. 

DIYSBTBBBATI fOSBOB OF THB KOOIHHOQK QROUP. 

Page. 

''apk0mopoUrimm,V^icW.,\Wi 146-146 

g. «i^n»«. M. & W., 1860, pL xiv, flgs. 1 «, 1 6 146 

8. ttwrm* \9i, depreitmt^ M. & W., 1866, pL xiv, flgs. 2 a, 2 d 146 



Ff 1 1 xmI it f fiMi f <i 
Orim»%dea, 

Ac(MioeKit«t. MiUer 147-140 

Baioerimu, Casseday <J?f«Ciiio«r»iiti«Lyont) 160-161 

SnhgeBoa Balo0riiMM, Casseday , 161 

SecC. (VperocHnu»,'ilL & W.) 161 

AdiMierinua (BaU>cHnut) pittmfwrmit, H. 6c W., 1861, pL xir, flg. 8 161-158 



^yndkon^Uo, Fischer, 1800 168 

JLsMMotirieiwu, Shumard,1865,pl.xiv,flg8.4a,4 6 168-164 

^^»ir^«r. Sowerby, 1815 166 

Sobgenns Jfortinia. McCoy, 1844 166 

A(lfare»ma)0ooper»n«i«, SwalIow.l860,pLxiT,flgs.6a,6 6 166-166 

* tf^iyr, a wedge, wonipioy, a drinking cap. 



32 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

LtmuUibranehiata. 

PteriidcB (^AvievUda) »-» 

Pteriniimv (or PteriniA group) SB 

Ptor«ik8 (or AricMlfMB) 28 

Jf«ii9iifus (Pem» or Iflognomon gronp) 98 

FtgrimHna M 

Jfyolmc, Koninck. 1842 «MS 

SheUBtraotmeof JfyoKnaai^n^Iato, fig. — 81 

jr.jMnilteiiuata,H.&H., 1858. pLi,flg8.12<K» SS 

M, wiAquadraUi^ Sbnmacd, flg8.a,&, p.88 82-88 

Orautumdm ^ 84 

Flmnphonu, King. 1844 84-85 

Snbgenns OZeidopAortM; Hall, 1847 85 

P.oeeMm<alif,M.4kH.,pLi,flgs.ll<K& 85 

AnatiMidm 86 

J.Bofi«na, King, 1844 86-87 

A.ni6cuneato,M.&H..1858,pLi,flg8.10a,6 87-88 

fl^^grwicKo, McCoy, 1844 88^40 

&fop«toMi«»«f,Shmnard,1858,flgB.a,kp.40 40-41 

8.r eotMa«a,M.4kH.,1868,pI.i,flg8.8a,ft 41 

SJ aairoffrato,M.&H.,1858,pLi,fLg.9 4I-tt 

*OJk«no«ya,n.g., Meek, 1865 4^48 

aieaoMitaor(A«fMi«, M.&H..1858,pLii,flg8.1o-« 48^44 

a«ofl2wri,M&H.,1858,pLli,iig8.2a,& 44 

€huienipoda. 
Frotohranehiaia. 



PodophtXaima, 

FUurotomarUdm « 44^46 

PlMiro(oi7iana;Defhuioe,18a6 .. 45-46 

P. MmMfOM, M. &H.. 1858, pLi, figs. 14 <s 6 46-47 

P.AibefM'MtMito.M&H.,1858,pLi,flg.l8 47 

CABBOHIFKBOUS AGB. (PBSMZAM PEBIOD.) 

JxmUOibranekUUa. 

P^eHnina 48 

Avioul<hpMiiniiUB '. 48 

AvioutopeetiniHa 48 

Av»0u2opMfon, MoCoy, 1851 48 

A.ampiii«,M.4&W.,flg.— .p.50 80 

AvieulopgeUn, ;,pLii,flg.lO 50 

A.««eoyi,pLli,lig.9 .' 50-61 

PttrinUruB 51 

JfyflMna,Koninok,1842 61 

if: a«i<>Mtoid0«,M^H., 1860, pLii, figs. 80-4 61-58 

Jf:i)«rm<ana,SwaUow,1858,]^ii,flga.7o-« 58 

PtBfiina. 

JhimtoroCiff, Meek, 1864 68-54 

JBr.Aaioni,M.&H..pLii,flgs.5a-0,aadflg.l,p.64 54-55 

SheUstmottireof^.ettrta, Ka2,p.— 54 

B.hawnirax. ovoto, pL 11, figs. 5 a, 5 55 

MdinUue. 

BoiwveSia^ King, 1848 67 

£.|M»roa,M&H.,1868|pLii,flg8. 12a,5 57 

TrigonUdm „ 57-58 

iSeftisodttt, King, 1846 58-50 

iSLoiMKu<,M&H.,1858,^li,flg8.11<K& 58 

Knetdanida 50-60 

Xwetdaninm ^ , 60 

MaUitSna 60 

*XcUrw, to open or gape ; and 



WBITINOS OF F. B. MEEK. 33 
'^ 

r0ldia,Mdller,1842 60 

r.l««»icttuia»M.&H^1858,pLil,flgi.4a»6 00-ei 

61 

Phunpkorut, Ktng,l8H 61 

P.f«ic6eimMitt«,M.&H..1868,pLii,fig.8 61 

P.7<»lJtottm,H.&H.,18S8,pLii,flgt.lSa,5 62 

Cephatojwda, 
Tetrabttnekiata. 

KautOidtw 66-44 

KauHiuM, limuBna, 1756 64-66 

Jf.MomlrieiM, M.&H..iiLii,flg8.14a,6 6S 

BIPTIUAM AGS. (JUKAfiSIO FIUOD.) 

Badiata> 

Ormoidea. 
PiHtocfittidiB, 

P«aaermifec,lfnier,1821 -^ 66 

Ohladocrinut or Otadoerinut [ AgMd») 66 

PMilMrimMMftfriMtM, H.&H.,185e,i»LUi,llci.2<s6ndilff.^p.67 67 

Bndtiapoda. 

UngMdm 68 

2;iiVu2a,Bni|CTii6re,1792...: .*. 68-66 

L.frfvrir0«(rit,H.&H.,18S8,pLiil,flgs.8a»6 61 

BkynekoneUUUe 70 

EkffnelumtUa,na6bM,lBI» 70-71 

BhynehotuOa, ^,pLiii,flg.4 71-72 

LamdUhrmuMata, 

(ktrndm 72 

OvlTM, Linneiu, 1758 72-78 

O.eiv«toMmni,MMk,1860.flff».A,B»p.73 78-74 

GrypA^a, LAmarok, 1801 74 

&.eaie0o{aTar.n«frfMMfMi«,H.&H.,1861,pLiii,ligi.lo-0aiidflfii A4p.75..^ 74-76 

Ptetimda 76 

Peetinintm 76 

Gam}i«on«fM,AgMwix,1866 76-77 

aW«i»eria<u*. Meek, 1860, flg8.A-D, p. 77 77-78 

afesrt«»ttafta,lL&H.,1860,pLili,flg.6 78 

PterUdoB 79 

PlerUntB 78 

PCtfrio, Soopoll, 1777 78 

Sabgenns Oaeyloiius n. 8. g., Ifeek, 1865 70-80 

Ptona(Qxyt(mia)miMwteri,Broiiii,1829,flgi.A,B,p.80 80-81 

J9iuii<erof<«,Heek,1864 81 

JB.ciirto,Hall.l852,pLiii,flg8.10»-€l 81 

mgcnUdw 82 

IVJ^miia, Bragni^ 1780 88-88 

SuhdMaUmM: 
Lta Seapkoidit, Agaetis. (Jnraaaio and Cretaoeout.) 
Lu OUmdUu, Agaads. (Mainly Juraasio.) 
Ln Ourrmt, Agaaria, (ITpper Jnrasaio aod Oretaoeona.) 
Ln Seabrei, Agaaaia. (Mainly Cretaoeona.) 
Xm OiuiulMt, Agaaaia. (Jvraaaie and Cretaoeoiia.) 
Let Oofftow, Agaaaia. (Jnraadc and Cretaoeona.) 
Xm Litaeeg, Agaaaia. (Jnraaaio and Cxetaoeona.) 
Ltt PietinaeMt, Agaaaia. (Bziating aeaa.) 

3V^<miae(mnkU,M.&H., 1800, pLiii, fig. U 88-84 

Mymda 8A 

FoiMOo, Scopoli, 1777 85-86 

T:p«r««M*i«,M.&H.,1868,pLill,lig8.5.6a 86 

T./ormo«a,M.&H.,1861,figB.A,B,p.87 86-87 

Arcidm 87-80 

Ardna 88 

120— BuU.30 3 



34 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pice. 

Maerodontina 88 

AxinintB...^ ^ 

Maerodontinm 80 

Orammatod(m,M. ic B., 1956 80 

{7.{nomafii«,M.&.H.,1868,pl.lii,flgs.0,0a,96 90 

JTnwnidcB 90-01 

Uhio, Ketzlos, 1788 93 

U:nu4;(aif,M.ikH., 1858, pL iil^ figs. 18 o-« 92-98 

OnjMaumidoB 93 

-Aftorte, Sowerby, 1818 9B-M 

-A.A«»^<».M.&H.,18«0,pLiv,flg.7 M 

A, momoto, M.&H..lSeO,pLiii, figs. 12 a, & , M 

TanmrediidcB 05 

IVinerMita, Lyoett, 1850 95-06 

T. aoorrenana, M.&H., 1800, pL ill, fig. 7 96 

TJ »9ttaateraiu,M.&H.,18e0,pLiil,flg.8 96-47 

OardiidfB 07 

JYotocanMo, Beyrich, 1845 07-68 

P.MumarcK,M.&H.,1860,flg8.A,Bonp.98 96-90 

Anatiaiida 90 

JfyacOM (Schlot), Monster, 1840 00-100 

Jf.fk*ra#cen«<«,M.&H.,1860,pLiv.flg.6 100-101 

lf.f«t&ea^(ictM,M.&^H.,1858,pLiy,flKS.6a-« 101 

rArooia, Leach, 1819 101-102 

T./«jWarw,M.&H.,1860,pl.iF,flg».4,4a..... Ifll 

r./«reaaea,M.&H.,1860,pLiv,fig.8 162 

P*otedomya,Sowerby,1823 102-106 

Beotion I.^^Speeiea wUhout a eircuTMoribed eofdinal aria. 

MtMwottaUBt Agassis. (Jarassio and Cretaoeons.) 
TrignnaUB, Agassis. (Cretaoeons, Tertiary, and Beoeiit) 
BuMfdinoB, Agassis. (Lias to Tertiary.) 

BeotUm U.—Spedet wMk a eireumiwibedeard^ndluntL 

F labeOateB^ Agassis. (Jurassic.) 
Ovalet, Agassis. (Jnrassio.) 
OardiMoide*, Agassis. (Jnrassio.) 

PAoIodomya Aumilu,M.&H., 1860, pLiT, figs. 6, a, 6 • 164 

Qoittfop^da. 
Puhnonifera. 
InopertvlaUk. 
JMimophUa. 

LUmurided 165-166 

Limnasiinm 166 

Phyainm 166 

PlanarHnm 166 

Planorbit, MiUler, 1774 166 

PlanorbeUa, Haldeman 166 

Helitoma, Swainson < 107 

Taphiui, H.& A.Adam8 107 

JTsMtttf, H. & A. Adams 107 

Anitutt Fitsinger 107 

Bathyomphalui, Agassis {=Spirorh(tt Swainson, notLamk.) 107 

OyratUut, Agassis (=NaiUilina, Stein) 107 

PtonorMsMtemus, M.&H.,1860,pLiT,flgs.lftla,ft 107 

Proso6rafi«Maea. 
Bipkidogloitata. 
Podopthalma. 

yeriUdtB 108 

NeriteUa, Humphrey, 1797 108-100 

^.nsfrra«0Mi«u, M.&H.,1861,4gs.— ,onp.lOO 106-110 

OyelobranckSata. 

D&tUatUda UO 

Denuaium, Lin.. 1740 « lU 

D.tubquadratum, Meek, 1860, fig. —,,p«lll Ill 

XHenoftranehiata {=iPtotinibrmeMatah 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 35 

• PagCk 

FolMlo, Mimer, 1774 112 

Fotoota (proper) =6^yrofMf, litdngcr, »PfaNMBa, Selilat 112 

2Vop»iiina,H.&A.Adam8 112-118 

BahgamM Tropidinaf K.ftA.AdAiiui 113 

7a2M<a;(IVopMfoa) «0a>r<(la,H.ftH^18OO,pLiT,ilgs.2«,6 118 

n^iporid^B 113-114 

Tfvipontf, Kontfort, 1810 114-U6 

T:9aK,pLv,flg8.8a,& 116 

JMoptaMdM, Meek. 1884 US-UO 

i;wMfmiitf,H. ft K., 1661, figs kp.ll6 110 

Oq^kdhpoda. 
fUra h r a nekiaia. 

Am m tm iH d m U8-U8 

TrigondttiBi, PtfUnMm, 1811, flg. 1, p. 119^ ilgi. S-i, p. 120 U8-120 

Ammonitet, Bragiiitoe, 1789 121-122 

^0or(f(rorma.H.ftH^1868,pLT,ilgi.2a-0 122-123 

^A^Nfyi. M.&H.,1858;pLlr,flg8.0a-i * 128-124 

DitranddtUa, 
Dteapoda. 

BdenmUUUB 124 

Bdemni1m,Anc% 124-125 

AeoM,Btfmn 126 

Giuiroeo§U, TyOtbingy=NoiowipkUt$,DiiTta. 126 

NoU»coM,W(hhig^j=€hutrotipkUt$,I>vwwl 126 

B rf #ti i fti i <toiMu<,aLAH.,1868,pLlv,ilgfclOa-o,andpLY,flgfcl,lg^ 12^127 

Artieulaia. 



TMeola. 

SmpuKdm 187 

Appula, LiBnsoi, 1768 127-128 

8trputa,iuiat.p}.T,tg.i 128 

30. 
IfOK, F. B. Description of foasilB from the anriferons slates of California. <Oeol. 
BUTT. CaUfomia, Geology, yoL i. (Appendix B), pp. 477-482, 1 plate, 1865. Pub- 
lished by authority of the legialatoie of California, 1865. Philadelphia, 1865. 

JnisMiofeasfls.— ThlsartSeleisiii the Tolnme of Geology, and not in either of theee devoted to 
Paleontology exofaisiTely. 

Page. 

Anm§tium (Klein), Bolton, 1798 478 

Sahgenoe BrntoUim^ Meek 478 

^MirariM»,n.s.,Meek, 1866kpLi,ilgi. SandSa.v 478-479 

J.«e«Ba, Keyeeriing, 1848 -. 479 

A. wningUnd, Gabb, ap.. 1884, pi. i, ilga. 2. 8, 7, 6, a-d 479-480 

A.mte0toii<;Tar.Kii^ormit.Meek,1866,pLi,ilga.]andla.„ 481 

P^ModoMyOk Sowezby, 1828 481 

PlMad^ww(i(f) Of5<0iii0te, Gabb, pL 1, ilg. 4 481 

Btltmnitm, Anct 482 

BdrnMnUnpad^iu, Gabb 482 

31. 

MsBK, F. B. Bemarks on the Carboniferoos and Creta<seoa8 Books of £astem Kansas 
and Nebraska, and their relations to those of the adjacent States, and other locali- 
ties farther eastward, in connection with a review of a paper recently published 
on this subject by M. Jules Marcou, in the Bulletin of the Geological Society of 
France. < Anu Joum» Sci., vol. txtjt, 2d ser., pp. 157-174. 1865. New Haven, 
1865. 

The paper of Profeaoor Maroon'a lefened to ia the *' Beoonnaisaanoe geologiqne da Kebraaka, '* 
par Jnlea Marcoa. BoU. CreoL Soc. Franoe, xzi, pp. 132-147, Jaonary, 1864. 

At the okee of the paper Meek Sc Worthen deacribe : Page. 

AiMMr»fMi«,n.g.,M.&W..1866 174 

JfKfeorimtf^gnw,n.B.,M.&W.,1886 174 

SHtoerim$$nebriuetnti$,iLB,,^,StW,,lBa 174 



46 BULLETEK Ka 90, UHITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEOM. 

P.fiiteealarC».H.&W^180QlpLxsyiU,fijC&10a,fr(byerror(mp1., 9a,0d) 300-B61 

P./ftifii<da,M-&W..18aO,pLxxxi,flg».la,6 36l-3e2 

«rttparo«u«, Montfoit 1810 3© 

&ttm&a»ea(itf,M.&W..1800,pLxxix,flg8.lA-e 362-M3 

Adii0opm, MoCoy, 1844 363-365 

ifa<iMp«wnana, M.&W., 1660, pLxxxi, figs. 4 a. ft 365-366 

BnhgeDUBTr(uhydomia,*MsScW,lS66 264 

lf.(Traehifdomia)nodoaa, M. & W., 1860, pL xxxi. flga. 2 a, 6 366-367 

K. (Traehydomia) nodo$a, rvr.hoUidtiffi, M. & W^ 1860, pL xxxl, figs. 3 a, 6 367 

jrdwroefttfOtif, Phillips. 1841 367-369 

Ji:««iurfM.M.&W:,1865.pLxxxi,flg».5o,6 370 

jr. intereaJorit, M.&W., 1860. pLxxxi, figs. 6 a, 6 371 

MaerocheUut^ sp. imdt., pL xxrii, fig. 10 373 

Po^pAMiiopnt, Portlock, 1848 372-373 

P.MU>rnala,H.&W., 1860, pi xxxi, figs. 8 a-« 374 

P.nUid^da, M. & W., 1860, pi. xxxi, figs. Oo, & 374-375 

P.lMra«tfta.H.&W.,1860,pLxxxi,flg8.7a»& 375-376 

IxoDtMrna, Phillip9, 1841 377 

X-Miteto, M.&W., 1860, pLxxxi, figs. 10 o-c 377 

L,rugota, M. & W., 1860, pL xxxi, figs. 11 o-e J78 

Z.fiMi W flo>< a to, n.g.,M.^fc W., 1866, pLxxxl. figs. 12 o^ 378-379 

i;.e0rM^(9rm«f, M .^^ W.,1860,pLxxxi,flgi.l3aH» 87fr.880 

\Orthonema, M.&W.,lMl 380-381 

O. taUeri, M. St W., 1860, pL xxxl. figs. 14 o-o 381 

TwrrUaia, Lamarck, 1799 382 

T. /fffeveiMona, iLs.,M. 4&W., 1866, pL xxvii, figs. 8 and 8 a 382-383 

$&>{«»<#©««, M. & W.. 1880 383-384 

8. typieus, yi. &W., 1860, pL xxxi, figs. 15 a and ^ % 384 

BetteropAon, Montfort. 1808 385 

B,erastut,M. SlW., 1860, pL xxxi, figs. 16 a and 6 385 

OephaUfpoda. 

KautUus, LimuDns, 1758 386 

3r.j7tonof^6rm<«, M. &W., 1860.pLxxiz,figs.4a-^ 386 

if. Mn^omofMnm, M. &W., 1860, pi. xxix, figs. 8, 3 a, ^ 386-388 

(VrtoeenM, Goldfiiss, 1832 888 

a {Aploceras) eurtum^^. &W., 1860, pi. xxx, figs, lo-e 388-380 

a / cKIalaCum, M. & W., 1860, pi. xxix, fig. 2 389 

OoniotifM, de Haan, 1825 390 

a. globulonu, H. & W., 1860, pL xxx, figs. 2 a-e, and fig. 88, p. 390. and fig. 39, 

p.801 390-392 

O. iowenn$, M. Sc W., 1860, pL xxx, fig. 8a-« 392-303 

Artieulata. 
Onutaeea. 
EniomoHraoa. 
Xiphotwra. 

f^ttinurttf. Koeoig *. 393-385 

P. dofkv, M. & W., 1865, pi. xxxii, figs. 2,2a 895-898 

Ttiiradecapoia. 
Ifopoda, 
(AnUcpoda,) 

AcanthoUl0on,^&.W,, 1860 399-401 

A,9timp9oni, M. ^ W., 1865, pL xxxii, figs.6^6a-/ 401--102 

A.inaqualig.U. dc W., 1865. pi. xxxii, figs. 7, 7 a 403 

XPaUBoearis,^!. & W., 1865 403-404 

P,typut,^ ScW,, 1865, pi. xxxii, figs. 5, 5 <^ 405-406 

Deeapoda. 
Maerwa, 

Anthrapokemon, Salter, 1861 406 

A,graciUM, M. &, W,, 1665, pi. xxxii, figs. 4,4a-e 407-408 

Myriapoda, 

^tAnthracerpet.M.ScW. [18«J5| 409 

A. typfu, M. fe W., 1865, pi. xx ix, figa. 1, 1 a 409-410 

*rpaxof, roagh; Au/uia, a house. ^roAaiof, ancient; x<>P^i a shrimp. 

toptfo«, straight; injfUL, a thread. §0-MAi}vcaxo«, a little channel or gatter. 

II oi^paf, coal ; 'cpirw, to creep. 



WBTTINQS OF F. B. MEEK. 47 

Pig*. 

F^Oaeoeempa, *M. AW. [19K\ 401 

P. antkns, M. A W., 1886, pi. xxxH, fig. 8 41t-m 

45. 

Mjekk, F. B. Check-lists of the Invertebrate foMtls of North America. Cretaceous 
and Jorassic. < Smithsonian MisceUaneoiis Collections (No. 177), pp. 1-40. 
1864. Washington, 18fi7. 

CoatidBs, boddM Uat, ** N«ta» tmd explaoatioiM " of generic and speolflc oharaoten of maoh 
importaiioa 
Tke foUowing epeeies are diseiiseed in the notes and explMuitioiia: 

CBITACIOUB. 

p*g«. 

PfMNttona ettfMOla, ldoTt=Fhon«mut(FldbeUina)minM*us^OloTt.) Meek 81 

FabmdaMgUtaria, Ijtai=Phon€rnu$ (FlabetUma) mgitiarUu,(L^)^ii^^ 81 

OHrituHtai Uxanug^ BoBmer» Tinopcrut (OrhUoUna) taeranuf, (BcDiner) Heek 81 

Orm wimo$ tommm phifUodmt Bbrenbnrg = Tmtutaria pAyttodet, (Ebieoborg) Meek 81 

fUfio$t»maeekinatitm,Mort'«8pond^hueeMnatm,(^oTt) Meek 81 

Oltmtrideg a eut Oinsttta, Con. = Lima aeuiOmsaia, (Con.) Meek 81 

C(£noidMd0nHculuta,Qmhh.==LimadmiHeukUa,{(Hhh.^ 81 

PiofiotffomajMla^ieum, Mori. = I/<maiMlo9iea, (Mori.) Meek 81 

Clmeidm»quQrrQia^Q%bh. = Lifna$quarro»at{GBbh.) Meek 81 

iS|ni^eIo»«ma, Meek 81 

PteUnrig%da,KSt M. = iS^iMyiloiMma / Hgido, (H. & M.) Meek 81 

Zeds NMlMto, M. & H. = i^iuwtona Mfulealo, (M. & H.) Meek 81 

L$dal0nff\frofU,Cim. = NueulanaUmgifivni,{Con,) Meek 83 

Ltda pim%4^forrni9,QMhh,=^N%iwlana pinnii^armii^{QAhh.)2l9tik 88 

L4dafnvUaBta,GAhh, = Nueulamaprot§tta,(Q%hh.) Meek 82 

I^da«la«Kaiia,Oabb. =>JVii0iaomi«ia«iUana,(O»bb.)Meek 88 

JMani6an^uto(a,6abb.a^iiai{ana«tt5<iivi(<a<a,(Gabb.)Meek...«. 82 

Avicuiaabrupta, Con. z=Pteriadbrupta, (dm.) Meek , 83 

AtieMla«mv€xO'pkmo,'Rodmer = PUria MmMso^^tono. (Boemer) Meek 83 

AvicmlaergtaeeOt Con, = Pteriaerttaeeat (Con.) Meek 88 

AvuTwla Aoydmi, H. & M. = Ptma Aay<f«ni (H. & M.) Meek 83 

Avic«2airtde*eeiw,Sbnmard = Pteriairule0O0ii«, (Sham.) Meek 83 

AvicMia loHpM, Mort t=» PteKa (onpef, (Morton) Meek 83 

AvieMiaUnguiforn^,B,ScB,:=PUriatmgv{formi»,(E. AS,) Meek, 82 

Aviculan€bra»eana,'KA&. — PUri*ftalmueana,(R,A8,) Meek 82 

Atiada pedtnuMUB^Bodmer = Pteria pedtrnalu, (Bmmet) Meek 82 

Amada petroiatCimnd=PtfiriapetrQia^(Con.) Meek 82 

A9iadapUinimttaa,B4imer=Ptmriaplmri$idea,0iaB^ Meek 82 

Awieukt mU>gQ>boiti, M. A B^ = Pteria tvbgilfbo$a, (M, AM.) Meek 82 

iltMtt(aCriafi^iaant,B.&&«Pterto<riani7ttton«,(B.&S.)Meek 82 

Actinoeera mu tt Meek 82 

Ineetrtnnug auleatut, Parkinson " Inoceramut (AeHnoetramut) co §t«tt a tu$t Con 82 

YoUtUa attwmafa. M. &H.= lfodiotoaU«nuato, M. AK 88 

V^lmUa eonegntrieo-eatt t Uatat "Rmmet^sModMa eonetntrieo-ootteUata^ Rcemer 82 

YoUdUi eretaeeat Con. =:Modiolacr€taeea, Conrad 82 

TclMUajutuB,Um^ModMajta(4M,hetk 82 

roUeaameMi,ExaoBAShnmMTd = ModMameekU,lLA8 82 

YtlUMap^demalii, 'BLasaAit = ModuAa pederi*ali», RcBmer ^ 

7olM««Mifordi,Oabb. = Modio<a«^ordi,Gabb 88 

Modi4ila granylato-caneOliUa, Boemer = OreneUa granukUo-eaneMaia^ (Bomer) Meek . . 82 

IAopUtha,Meek •. 82 

Oardmm tisfftmtuhim, Bflemer = Papyridea {Liopiitha) aeganUula^ (Bcem.) Con 82 

Oorbuia sp. ind.^ Owen =Papyridea (Liopittha) rotfrato, Meek 83 

0sniiumt9afieH-9ab<B,Babmer = Papyfid$aftancti-iabat^(R^ Meek 88 

Offprtma arenariat M. A M. =Oyr0na arenaria^ (M.&H.) Meek 88 

Oyprina humUU, M, A U. = Yenma humUit, (M. A n.) Meek 88 

YmOia quadrata, G abb. = FtniUa po^frana Meek 88 

*v«Aatot, ancient; x«M«iv, a oaterjrillar. 



48 BULLETIN NO. 30, XTNTTED STATES NATIONAL BiUSBUM, 

OypHfMnibtumida,M.&,B,= VmaiatuMwmida, (K.&H.)Heek » 

C^^fiiuilapftami, 6bQmaM=F«mIia2<q»Aafiii, (Sham.) Keek tt 

Ymui feir<mlari9,U.6cK. = (^eHnafcircidari$,(M.icB.,)Met!k.^ 83 

CfaUiita e^faUn»iM, Con. = DioM 0Hraian«i«. (Con.) Meek 31 

Oytker«ad€weyi,'hL&M. = JXone I)mffeyi,{U.Sc,K.)Met)k...^,/. 38 

Oythtrea leonmtiM, Con. = IHone leonmtitj (Con.) Meek 83 

Oythtrealamareniii^ Shun. = Dione latnareMit^ (Shnmaid) Meek 38 

(V'AM'ea miMovriano, Mort = l>fon«mtMPttf{ana, (Morton) Meek 83 

0fftherean4hr(ueenH8,'M,,&'H, = l)ionentbtratcen$i9,lLSc.K 83 

Oyth^M aririmOata, H. A M. = 2Kofi« orMeitteto, (H. & M.) Meek 33 

OhftikcTio MCMMHio, M. & H. b DjofM owefUMM, (Meek It Hayden) Meek 33 

Oyth0reapeaueida,yL.AU. = I>ian0fpeUiwida, (M.&H.)Meek 83 

OythtTM Uxona, Contmd=IHoMtegimat (CmL) Meek 33 

OytktnatippQtMf Conrad =2XoiMt^ppana, (Con.) Meek 33 

F«m» medNafio, (Hbb. = JKone [f ] fRMMofia, (Gabb)Meek 33 

FtffUM r^^l^ana, Grabb. = DiofM [f ] r^layono, (Oftbb) Meek 83 

<Vtt«r«a tomtit, H.&M, = I>icm«[t]temiif, (H.&M.)Meek M 

2WKfia/oniM>ta,M. ftH. = A&raF/ormoMK(M.&H.)Meek M 

8oUnirradian$, "Rmmer^lAnMriairradiant, (Bosmer) Meek M 

PmmftMMa caneeOatO'tcu^ta, Bosmer = lAntarta eaneeOaio-ievi/pta^ (Bcemer), Meek . . 34 

(VaM«a,Meek M 

PhiiUiidMi^fawndaia,lA.&'E.=Ph6ladmnv^ M 

Leda JfbrfttOt Eraiu & Shnmaid = if «era;(&ro«a, (E.ft 8.) Meek 81 

0oiii0«fta«ma, Meek M 

Xgkfphaga9tSmp9<mitM.&,IL = eonioeha9tnaitimpm}tti, (M.&H.) Meek • 34 

l^kfphageOa,Meek 34 

XifUn>h«Hiaaega¥Ui»kk,U.&U.=zXpU>phaffaki0Uga^ (lf.&H.)Meek 84 

BIngUvia puMuUa^ Shnmaid =r OSnuiia (Avdlana) pulehdla, (Shnm.) Meek 84 

AeUB(minanatieoide9,QAhh. = OinuKafMHeoidM,^ 86 

Blngieuia9tibp§thteida,ShjuDnd = Rkigi^^ (Shnm.) Meek 85 

Ringievia aeuUtpirtit ShnmuA=Riginelki aentupira, (Shnm.) Meek 85 

.AoCoDiiinaMpNMta, 6abb.=:i9oIidu2a6{i>Iieaea, ((Hbb) Meek 85 

Seaipdiwm inequieoatatum, Shnmaid ■= Anitomy an f ineequieottahu, (Shnm.) 85 

OapuUuoee(dentaU»,n,ScM. — Tectum r oeddmeolit, (H. & M.) Meek.. 85 

Phatiemetta haleana, d'OrMgnj =Eiiirop%ahaleana, (d'Orb.)Meek 85 

PkMtofMifoiMrotMUatShamardrr^Ktrojnapa'oiHifa, Shnmard 85 

Phatiandla punetatOf QBhb.— [Euiropia] punctata, Oabb 85 

Architsetonicaabottl,Qahh.= MargaHtdlaabotti,{QAhh)U«!ik 85 

Sokirium abytainua, Qnhh.= MargarUa abyuinu$t (Gabb)Meek 85 

Nartta (Ncreit) dentata, Connd =NerUaia(Ifergit)den§ata, {Con.) Meek 85 

Natteaambigua,U.&K.=rTanikoroamhigua, (M. &H.) Meek 85 

Natieatu(nn0yan€i,^&.K.=:Neritopti9ltuomeyana, (M.&H.)Meek 85 

/SpinmaHa.'^ook * 85 

2Vii^ esmiOifMato, M. &H.= iS^ronema temiiKfieato, (M.&H.) Meek 85 

TmbafbOla, CoBTBA=8pir(memabdla, (Con.) Meek 85 

Bottaiariabiangulata, M. ScS. = AnchurafhiangukUa, (M. &H.)Meek 85 

Aporrkaii parvti, M. &H. = Anehwrat parva, (M. &H.)Meek 85 

Aporrhait$uMeni$,U,6cI[.=Anchuraftubke9U, (M. &H.)Meek 85 

Drepano^teQui^ Meek 35 

BoHeUaria amsricana^ Brans &, Shnm. -= Anehura (I>rcpanoch[e]Uu$) ofiMrieofUh 

(ETans & Shnmaid) Meek 85-86 

AporrkaU deeemUrata, Connd=Anckura (DrvponoeftftfJOtM) dee&mUrala, (Con.) Meek. 84 
JtoftaDoriafie&nueafMit, Brans & Shnmard= J.n«Aiera {Drepanoeh[e]ihu) nc b r a te m tiiy 

(B.&8.)Meek 86 

SotteOaria roitrata, €^abb.=: Anehwra (I>repanock[e]Uut) roatrata, (Gabb) Meek 88 

laopUwa, Meek 88 

SimiUa eurviUratat Coorad^= laoptewva curtUiratua, (Con.) Meek 86 

OftmmiCrte me0MlPU^ Oabb.==: /foptmnw fiiMMcmttt, ((^bb) Mm^ 86 

Ptero00r«ac», Meek 86 

Hatpagotippana=:PUrdeerenatlppana^ {Con.) Hoels. 86 

OhemnUgia, Conrad, 1800 (not d'Orb) ^ OhemnUzia corona (Gon.). Meek 86 

iSSooforto terana, Bcemersr (7A«mnie«ia?taRxna, (Roemer) Meek 36 

Scalaria/orahagii, Shnmnd =:8cala/orahatfii, (Shnmard) Meek 36 

Natiea aoutiapirat Shnmaid = Irunaei(i; aeutUpiira, (Shnmard) Meek 86 

V<aumtkeaMta,Gahb.= BoataniUaheUua,{Q%hh)^oeik 36 



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Page. 

r(AviaithsMhiph4Mta,Q9ih\^=Ro9UmUibipKcatM 86 

Fo/ulOitik^ eoniwdi. GAbb.=: i2o«tea%lef eonnufi. (Gabb) Meek 3tf 

Yohuaith4ananita,Qmhh^BoHeait€inatuiut,{GAhh),J£etk M 

Trackytriton^ Hetik. S7 

Fusu9f vtnocium, U.&M. = lVadkytriUmvineulum, (H. &M.)Meek 87 

Plfurofomoria tflOMmo, 8biUDard=2^rrwtanmta, (Shiimard)'Heek 37 

PfMtoeAilM, Meek, iLg. 1804 87 

Futvt $earbcraughi, M. 4k H. = OlavtUUAe^ {Pie$toehilu$) §e<»rb&roughi, (M. 4k H.) Meek. 87 

Fut%i9 vaughmU, M. 4kH. = 0eM»IAanM/ vaughani, (M. &H.) Meek 37 

Fiausr JUxieo9tatus,M^ AB.^Pyrifutuit Jlexieottatus, (M. 4c H.) Meek 87 

PttSushaUantu, d'Orhigny ^Pyrifttsuat AolMmta, (d'Orb.) Meek 87 

Ntptuntaimpre$$a,Qahh,=Pyr\fumiafimpr«mutf (6abb)Meek 87 

Fusut intertextut, "U.. Si, E.=:Pyrifu9uaintertezt%u, (M. ft H.) Meek 87 

Ftmts fMwderrKX- AH. — fVr0MMnMo6MTyi, (M.&H.)Meek 87-88 

Fu»ustubhur%tuB,^LScK. = PifrifutmttubtiirTUM, (M. ft H.) Meek 88 

Fututf tenuiHneat%UtB..Si,'iL=zTrit<mifunur UnuUifuatui, (H. ft M.) Meek 88 

FUurotommria m%tUiM4nti$, Gabb =: J\u«« «iiittiea«n«u, Gabb. 88 

iVncIa tetnfi,M. ft H.s=3Wi0to(iV«!f»«<<> »«<»». (M. ft H.) Meek 88 

Funuf dolotefMit, M. ft K.=Tudielaf dakoUM%$, (M. ftH.) Meek 88 

SamitesUai, Troo&t ^ Pt^oceroM Uai, (Trooai) Meek 88 

^a«iftf venMitOii, TrooatssFfyeAocfrMverneuOii, (TnK>«t)Meek 88 

TvrriUUtvp. nndi. =sE«Urocera§o%DmU, Meek 88 

EeKeoeera* tcrtum, M. ft H. = £«teroe«nwfor<tt«i, (M.ftH.)Meek 88 

HdUoe^ratf anfftii^him, M. AB. =: StUrocfra$ t ontndatum, <M. ftH.) Meek 88 

TttrriUUt ek e pmn t ntit^ M. ft H. = Heteroemw F eA^«nfM»wi0, (M.ftH.)Meek 88 

N»uausorHeulatu9,Tnomey=:lAturiaorhiculata, (Tnomey) Meek 88 

BdernnitM paafflMa^ Lamarck = EdtmHiUOa poBnttota, (Lamarck) Meek 88 

VermttuB rotutOy MoTUm=SpirulmaroUUat (Morton) Meek 88 

jinuBnc. 

ObmjifofMefM. Agaasls, M8S. [1884) 89 

PecUnheOittriatut, ^eek^CampUmeeUiUOUtriaUu, Meek 88 

PaetBn ucUnuaius, ^.AM. — OampUmeetettaxUnwUut, (M. ftH.) Meek 88 

iLvieida/eurto, Hall =:jettmi6rofifeufta, (Hall) Meek... f. 88 

Orgtoma, Meek 88 

AviculamwuUri, Brown=Pf«Ha (Oxytoma) muntteri, (Brown?) Meek 88 

jr<KKo2ai>Mt«miit,M. ftH.^FolMOap^rtenuit, (M. ftH.)Meek 40 

Modiola (Ptma) /ormoM, M. ft H.=r VoUeOd/ormomi, (M. ftH.) Meek 40 

Tenia vnionidct, BcBmer=JfyaeiCM unionoide$^ (Boemer) Meek 40 

KeHHna ntbrateentU, Meek=:J^(0Wf«aane&nM6tn«w, M. ftH 40 

ZioptaeodM, Meek 40 

Jfetonia (PoCodoma) Mtermi, M. ft H. = Xioptooodet vetenui, (M. ft H.) Meek 40 

46. 

Meek, F. B. Check lists of the Invertehrate fossils of North America. Miocene. 
<Sxiiith8oniaii Miscellaneoos Collections (No. 183), pp. 1-32, 1864. Wash- 
ington, 1867. 
Contains, besides the list, ** Notes and ospbuiationB " of generic and apeoille characters. 

mocBKE. 

Page. 

Ootumnanaf Beaaradiatat Lonsdale = Septattrea (f) texradiata, (Lonad.) Meek 25 

LUhodendron,ti$uata, Connd = Cladoeoralf] Uruata, (Con.) Meek 28 

OrbiextUi kigubrU, ConrnA = Diaeinalugubria, {Con.) MeelL 25 

OrMcttXa muMUneola, Conrad = 2><««ina mtiZtain^ata, (Con.) Meek 25 

T^rtbrattda nUen§,ConnA=:Shyneh<mdUtnUen9 AOon,) Meek 28 

HinnUet giganteuttQnj =: Hinnitei eroitii, Conrad 28 

Janira ajtnit, Tuomey ft Holmes = P«eton o^nu, (T. ft H.) Meek 20 

/smim b^Oa, Conrad =:Peeton6«Ua, (Con ) Meek 20 

AmuMium prop(Uuium = Ptfeten propolulttf, Conrad 28 

Kueuia impres9a^ Conrad = Toldia impre$»a, (Con.) Meek 27 

Leda wiUamsttenHi, Sbnmard = ^tteulana wiOametttfiwif, (Sham.) Meek 27 

Ifuada penita, Connd - If ucukma penUa, (Con.) Meek 27 

Ii«da on^ono, Shomsrd = ifuoMtona orti^ofMi, (Shnm.) Meek 37 

120 Bull, 30 4 



50 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

NuctUa divarieata, Connd =i Nueula (Acila) Oonradi, Meek 27 

Pee<tt7»cu{u« nitent, Connd = JDtmoptit nitovM, (Opn.) Meek ?. 27-28 

iLrea Mnolw, Conrad s iinodara / Mnolw, (Cod.) Meek ' 28 

Area eongetUi, ConnA =i Anadaraf eonguta, (Con.) Meek 28 

Areaineite, Say = Anadara ineUe^ (Say) Meek 28 

Area miorodonUi, ConnA = Anadara mierodotUa^ (Con.) Meek »... 28 

Anomalocardia trigintinariat Conrad = Anadara triginttnariOt (Con.) Meek 28 

AreaprotraetaiILD.Sc,W.B,'Rogfin = AfMdardprotraeta, (Bogen) Meek 28 

Area triUneatatCoDmdss Anadara trtUnecOat (C^n.) Meek 28 

AvicuiafnuUanguia,I[.C.L4»=:PUria\f\ muUanguia, (H. C. Lea) Meek 28 

Pema montana, CoitTuA =: Melina montana, (Con.) Meek 28 

Pema ([e]rta, Say = Ifelina torfa, (Say) Meek 28 

Modida eontraeta, Conrad= VoUetta eontraeta, (Conrad) Meek) 28 

Modiola9piniger,R.C.Ijeik=yol9aXa[n9pinigera,(B.C.Jje$,)Meek 28 

Modiola dueateUi, Conmd = FoI««Ua dtieateUi, (Conrad) Meek 28 

MytUtu injiatus, Taomoy & Hofanes = Vchella inflata, (T. &. H.) Meek 28 

CardUa dbbreviata, Conrad = Venerieardia (PteromtrU) odbrtvioto, (Con.) Meek 28 

Oardita radiam, Conrad = Venerieardia (PUromerie) radiam, (Con.) Meek 28 

Cardita earincUa, Emmons = Venerieardia (Oardioearditei) earinaia^ (Emm.) Meek ... 20 

Cardita iubtenta, Conrad = Venerieardia (Oardioearditee) tub[(]enta, (Con.) Meek 20 

Oardita monUieotta^ Oabb. = Venerieardia (Odrdioeardilee) monHSeoHa, ((Hbb.) Meek. 29 

Oardita oeeidentalie, Conrad = Venerieardia (Oardioearditee) oeeidentoKe, (Con.) Meek. 28 

Lueinaoeeidentalie^ Conrad 29 

Oyeku permacra, ConrBd = Lueina permaera, (Con.) Meek 29 

Venue bieeeta, Connd = ThyaHraf hieeeta, (Conrad) Meek 29-30 

Ieoeardiafratema,GAy=^Oloe8utfratema, (Say) Meek 30 

Jsoeardia mofkoi, ConraA = Oloteue markoei, (Conrpd) Meek 80 

Oardium modeetum, Conrad = (Oardium (Oeraetoderma) modeitumt Conrad 80 

Venue (Trigona) tantilta, Qonld^Peephie tantiUa, (Ghmid) Gabb 30 

Venue athleta, Caand = ChUme,{Lirophera)athleta, (Con.) Meek 80 

Venue alveata^CoimA=Ohione (Lirophora) alveatue, (Con.) Meek 80 

Venue latiUrata, Connd= Okiane (Liropkora) laUUrata, (Con.) Meek 30 

Venue angueti/rone, Conrad=^2>ion«ani;tif(\/Vont, (Con. V Meek 80 

VenUebrevUineata,Coiind = Diane 1 breviHneata, (Con.) Meek 80 

Meretrix d*eiea, CoiiTaid= Dione deeiea, (Conrad) Meek 80 

Oytherea oregoneneie, Contmd = Dione oregoneneie^ (Con.) Meek 80 

Merttrix (ularana, Conrad =r2Hon« tukirona, (Con.) Meek 80 

Meretrix uniomerie, Conrad =I>ione«nioin0rte, (Con.) Meek 80 

0ythereaveepertina,C€mT»d==I>i9neve^pertinat(Cim.}Mtek 80 

Solemffaprotexta = Donaxprotexta, Conrad 30 

Otjfeimerieeetretianue.CimT%d = PanopceaeetreUana, (Con.)Meek SO 

Solmeurtue, Conrnd =^ Eneie eurtue, (Conrad) Meek 81 

BuaapetroeatConnd = OyUehnapetroea, (Conrad) Meek 81 

TomateUaemptiea,Tnsk=iAet€BoneUiptieue, (Trask) Meek 31 

Melonyx tkallue, (Conrad) Meek ^D^nioliiHMtAaaiM.Omrad 81 

Diodoraerueibuliformie, C<mntd = Oemariaerueibuitformiet Conrad 81 

Narieadiegoana,Connd=Tanikorodiegoana, (Con.) Meek 81 

Orepidula prcerupta, Connd = Crypta pranrupta, (Con.) Meek 81 

Turboglabra, B,C.Ijetk=Viviparueglaber. (H. C. Lea) Meek 31 

Natiea ineaina, Connd^Natieainexana, Conrad 31 

Sinum eeopuloeum, M^ek^^^Sigaretueeeopuloeue, Conrad 81-82 

43yeotypue ^ettyemue, Conrad=JV0u« [ff] oeoyanue^ (Conrad) Meek 82 

Pyrutamodeetet^Connd=iFic%uinodeetue, (Conrad) Meek 82 

^OUva aneiUarui^ormi*^ H.C.Lea=02iiMUaan«aZafiA»rmu, (H. C.Lea) Meek 82 

Fueue Oregoneneie, Connd=Bueyeonf Oregoneneie, (0>nrad) Meek 82 

Oelue opetatue, ConnA=Fueuearctatiue, (Conrad) Meek ^ 82 

Fueue migraeie^ (j<mnd=Tritonifue%u migrane, (Con.) Meek 82 

i^att(aiM«n^ut(a(ti«, Conrad =? Aturia angiutatue, (Con.) M.eek 82 

47. 

Meek, F. B. Note on Bellinnms DansB, from the Illinois Coal-measnies. <^Am. Jonm. 
ScL, vol. xliii, 2d se'*., pp. 257, 258. 1867. New Haven, 1867. 

In this note the aather expwiaees the opinion that BeUinnrus dan«, Meek and Werthen, inro|h 
erly belongs to the reeewttj fcofosed genns Prestwiohia, Weodwaid. 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 51 

48. 

Mbbk, F. B. Note on a new genus of fossil CrostaceA. <Am. Jonni. Soi., toI. xliii, 
2d ser., pp. 394, 395. 1867. New Haven, 1867. 

Geira« SsprSopa. This gMins wm afkenrard Mty described and illnstrated in vol, ili of 
Wortlieii*8 Illinois Geologicsl KeporU. 

49. 

Meek, F. B. On the punctate shell-straotnre of Syringotbyris. <Am. Joom. Sci., 
vol. xliii, 2d ser., pp. 407, 406. 1867. New Haven, 1867. 

50. 

Meek, F. B. Remarks on Professor Oeinitz's views respecting the Upper Paleozoic 
rocks and Fossils of Sontheastem Nebraska. <Ain. Joom. Sci., vol. zliv, 2d ser., 
pp. 170>187 ; continued, pp. 327-339 ; notes to the same pp. 282, 283. 1667. New 
Haven, 1867. 

This is an extended discnssioD and criticism of Dr. Oelnits's '^Carbon fonnatioD and Dyas in 
Nehtaska." The following fossils are discussed eapedally : 

Pagft 

Avpultt (iS^pirorKt) pUmorMfM, Milnster 177 

Euompkahu rugotu*^ Hall 177 

4»rorfritJleUdB,King 178 

Jfttrdkifonia tuMomioto, Geinita 178 

Ortkonema mbloBniata, Oeinits, sp ^ 178 

BeOerophoninterliMatui, Portlock 178 

BtiUrophon maroQuanui, Oeinits 178 

Maerodieame pmOianus, Creinits 178 

AttorUma degant, King ' 178 

iSMcuomya biormiM, deYernenil 178-170 

Aitarte gihboM, yLeCcj 17« 

A$tMrU ntbramentis, Oeinits 179 

AttartBmwrtonmisit, Oeinits 179 

A9tairUvaUitnerianuM^ King 179 

^fiefctsodte* obseuna, Sowerby 179 

ftAisod iM roMiettf , deYernenil 179 

ilrva jeriolo, Schlotheim 179-180 

Maerod4m tenuUtriata, M.&W 179-180 

Nuevlakazanmuiit deYernenil 180 

LedabeUiHriata, Stevens 180 

Xueuia bemridd, Schlotheim 180 

C{ufof»Aonwj><iaan,M.Y. &Eing 180-181 

CEulopJionw (P2«vropftona) ffifii|>lta, Keyserling — 181 

PUvrophorui tubeuneatut^ M. A H 181 

OUdophorui Bolmtcidu, GMnits » 181 

l«MlIairaiisNMMMii(Goldf:), Oeinits 182 

JfyoKna nooOovi, HoChesney 182 

JfyfOiwtfonMMMtft (Swallow), Oeinits 18^ 

MjfaUnapenUUnuata(U. &H.), Oeinits 182 

JfyolMiani&giMKfratoCShnmard), (Oeinits 182 

ilvieuia jpeiunoaria (Schlotheim), Oeinits 182 

JTonoCif Aowmi, H. & H 182 

PHudomonotUhawni.'iLA'Bi 182 

Pteudomonotit tiwumta 182 

AHetaa]^kma^ormi$,Q^\BitM 182 

GtnaHaparva(U.A,'E,),QtAnit* 182-183 ' 

GerviOia tonpo, Oeinits 188 

GMTvOlte (osieifto) fuleoto, Oeinits 183 

PeeimnegUehu, iMnii» 188 

Ptfeten JftftoiiritfMif f (Shnmard), CMnits 188 

Pceem ftmrnti, OeiniU 183 

PMCm frnMuOMuia, Swallow 188 

AvkuiopeeUnhawni 188 



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Page. 

BhynehoneUa (xngviata, (Linnseiis), Geinlti 183 

Osmoropftaria^lo&uKna, (Phillips), Oelnlto 183 

Shynehonetlauta,Tdanaa '. 183 

JSetsiamomumii (Maroon 8p.),66iiiita 184 

AthyrittubtaUa,Ksa\ 184 

Spirifer moosakpaUentit, Davidaon 184 

Spirifer cameratu9 {}iKmiMm),Qt^\tM 184 

Spirifer laminomii (McCoy), Q^bdta 184 

Spirif erina kentuekmtit, Shnmud 184 

OrCftifinafKiMouriona, Swallow 18$ 

PUcatulattriatO'CoHata, Cox. 185 

ProduiOhu harreteent 185 

ProduelMi rogwrtU 185 

ProduetutTui>rn9e0nti»,OwvD. 185 

Pr9dvciutJUmingU 185 

Produetutpratttnianui, "Norwood 185 

Produetus kontnckianut (doYemvailj^QoiniUL 185 

ProdtMeiM «anerini (de Vemeiiil), Qeinits 180 

PrMlu«tii« orM^niamtf (de Kooinok), Geiniti 186 

Productut Umgitpinu$,SonoT\>y 186 

Pr»du€tut horridut (SowethyUQoSnitM 186 

Ohmets$muer<mata(hL&,W.),OtliniU 186 

Ohonttet glabra, Qeinlta 186 

Oyathoerintu ramotru {Sch\otho\m),QoYi^tE 186 

(ViUAMKmi«iffi/CMiif,Geiiiita 186 

Poterioerinut htmitpkerietu, Shnmard 186 

Eo9idarii hdaiamu,Qtin\t» 187 

Polyp&ra tnarginata 01cCoy),Qeinit% 187 

Polypara biarmiea (Key 9ibt]ing),QoiDita 187 

Sin^oeladiavirgukuea {Phmtp9),QoiDiU 187 

Avieulopinna pinna/ormit 282 

Avieulopinfia Amtfieana, B. s., Meek. 1867 283 

Oyathaxonia 328 

AUoritma dsgant,'King 828 

SehixoduBroiHeiu, do YemeniX J828 

AitMOa AoMtfiMmni, Ooldf .^ 82© 

SpiriferlamiHotui, M-oCoy 829 

i^ima r0t^«m, Sbomard 829 

Stmophoraeolumnarii, Qeh\ot.,Bp 829-830 

8ynodadiavirgviacea,Qoiaitx, not Ph\mpB 390 

Sifno€ladiahi90riatt$,BwtJilow 390 

61. 

Meek, F. B. Note on the genos Pal»aci8, Haime, 1860 (=Sphenopoteriiimy M. A, 
W., 1866.) <Am. Joarn. Sci., vol. xliv, 2d ser., pp. 419, 420. 1867. New Haven, 
1867. 

The aathor here takes the view that Sphenopoterinm, originally pabUshed in the Illinois 
OeoL Beports, is identical with Palsads. 

P*g«. 

Palt9aeUobtuia,'M..StW 419-420 

PaUfocit umbonata, SoobMih 420 

Palcfaeii e^mtia, Qoe^Moh 420 



52. 



» 



Meek, F. B. Foeails from the west coast of Kennedy Channel. <[ Hayes's " Open 
Polar Ocean," London, 1867, p. 341. 

Describes varioas fossils collected by Br. Hayes on the west coast of Kennedy's Channel, 
from deposits of lower Helderberg age. Zaphrenti$ hayetii and Loxonema f kanei are described 
as new species. A preUminary notice appeared in Am. Jonm. Sci. and Arts, ser. 2, toL xl, 
pp. 81-84. New Haven, 1865. 

l^or list of species see entry number 88, p. 86. 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK AND A. H. WORTHEN. 53 

53. 

Meek, F. B. Preliminary notice of a remarkable new genus of coraU, probably 
typical of a new fiamily ; forwarded for stndy by Prof. J. D. Whitney, from the 
Silorian rocks of Nevada Territory. <Am. Joam. Sci., vol. zXv, 2d ser., pp. 62-64. 
186a New Haven. 

Page. 

MlkmopkyUnam^n. g^M^ek^lSK 02-64 

ftAMopftyttttm idUtnqK, n. a.,Heek, 1M8 M 

EUmopki^aumgraca§,n.%.,^UMik,1968 M 

54. 

SliSK, F. B. Note on the ahell-s1a*nctnre and femily affinities of the genns Avicalo- 
pecten. <Am. Jonm. Soi., vol. xlv, 2d ser., pp. 64, 65. 1868. New Haven, 1866. 

Tho aathor «howa that by the sbeU-ttmotiiie the ATlealopecteni an ftUied to ATionla rather 
than to Peeten.. 

55. 

Meek, F. B., oiui Worthen, A. H. Preliminary notice of a Scorpion, aEnrypteras f 
and other fossils, from the Coal-measures of Illinois. < Am. Jour. Sci., vol. xlvi, 
2d ser., pp. 19-28. 186a New Haven, 1868. 

Afterward ftdly deaeribed and Uhiatrated in one of the IlUn«ia Geologioal Beporta, toL iiL 

Page. 

EwypUnu {Anthraeoneetsi) matcnentit, n. a., 11 4t W., 1868 ^ 19-21 

AddopthalmMt nuuoiuntttt 22 

Ctratioearisftinuaiut, n. a., M. 4k W., 1868 22 

Butkttttf earbonariuM,n.:,U,SLW.,imi _ 22-24 

Secrjno earbonariiui, n. a., H. dt W., 1868 22-24 

.SoMonpiitf. n. g. f M.&W.,1868 24-25 

fapftofrerio, n. g., ]£ & W.. 1868 25-26 

E%^hob0riaarmig«ra,iL:,M.S^W,,lBeS 26 

Ei^hoUrianui^,n.%.,M.SLW.,lB98 26 

AcMthoteUtm 27-28 

AcmUhotOson eveni^iL %.,!&. S^W,, 1896 28 

PaUeoearts 28 

6«mp9eniy» 28 

AiUkraetrp$i 28 

56. 

Meek, F. B. Note on Ethmophyllum and Archeooyathns. <Am. Joum. Sci., vol. 
xlvi, 2d ser., p. 144. 1868. New Haven, 186a 

The Mithor ahando n a hla formerly propoaed genna Bthmophyllam, believing it to be Identioal 
witfa Ardwoeyatbna of BilUnga. 

•7. 

HssK, F. B. , and Wobthbk, A. H. Notes on some points in the Structure and Habits 
of the Paleozoic Crinoidea. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Pbila., voL zx, pp. 323-3.34. 
186a Philadelphia, 1868. 

Afterward r^mbliahed in the IlUnoia Gtotdogical Beporta, toL v, and in Amer. Jour. Sot and 
Caoad. Kat. See entries Noa. 61 and 64. 

Page, 

fl^nftadkoeriwa, Phillipe 823 

€f<miaaUroidoefinu9^ Lyon 4t Caaaeday 323-324 

(VttOoerfnw, Miller 324-325 

Convotnted anpport of the digeative aaok, in the AetifioeriiiidA 325-327 

Amhnlaoraloanalapasaing under the vaolt of the Atftteotfrifiida 827-334 



54 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

58. 

Meek, F. B., and Wobthkn, A. H. Remarks on some types of Carboniferous Cri- 
noidea^ with descriptions of new Genera and Species of the same, and of one 
Echinoid. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xz, pp. 335-359. 1868. Phila- 
delphia, 1868. 

(renera Barycrinas, Niptetoorinas. Afterward republished in the niinois (Geological Beports, 
vol. V. 

Page. 

Oyathowinitet, Miller 338-337 

Oyathocnmtst/ragUit,iLB.,'hlL.Sc W.,1868 a 337 

OyathocriniUttenuidaetylui,ri.B.,'hLSc,W.,19S8 387-338 

Baryerinu*,' n. g., WachsmnthMS 338-340 

Baryerinut nutffnifieut, n. s., M. d& W., 1868 840-841 

Baryerintu koveyi YKT. JWreutatt, M. & W., 1868 841 

Niptgroerinut^i n. g., Waohamnth, MS 841-842 

Nipterocrinut waehtmuthi, n. s.. M. & W., 1868 842-843 

OatSUoerinut, Troost 843 

OWtttocrtnwbroiKfyi, 11-8., M. A W.,1868 843 

IHehoerinus, Monster ; 343 

DtcftotfrtfiM «rpan«u«, n. s., M. & W., 1868 848-344 

Dorycrinug, Bosmer 844-345 

Doryonnu* raniMri, n. s.. M. d& W., 1868 346 

Doryerintts quinqudobui, var. ifUerm«di««, M. & W., 1866 346-347 

Amphoraerinut, Austin *. 347-348 

AmphoraerinuM divergent. Hall, ap.,1860 848-849 

B<Uoerinu$, Casseday : 849-353 

Sabgenas ^reemocrinuff, Lyon ftCasseday 351 

Subgenus A OoproMZloerintit, Casseday d^Lyon 352 

Botomnitf TUMtOtM. n. s., M. & W., 1868 852-363 

Batocrinus eas8edayanut,n.B., M.& 'W.,1868 353-354 

Atoerintt*tr<H5AiMitf,n.s.,M.& W.,1868 854-355 

Batoerinua (Eretmoerinut) negleetut,iL B., M. 4k W.,1868 355-856 

PentremUet, Say 856 

Pentremitet (Troo9toerinu»f)tooodmani, n. s., M. d& W., 1868 356 

AgelacriniUg Vanaxem 357 

Agelaerinitee (Lepidodiieut) •gucfiftotta, n. s., M. & W.. 1868 357-358 

Eehinoidea ,: 858 

Oligoporug,}d.&W 358 

0«igopon«noW«<»,n.s..M.& W.,1868 858-^50 

59. 

Meek, F. B., and Worthen, A. H. Paleontology. <Geologioal Survey of Illinois, 
vol. iii, pp. 291-565, plates 1-20. 1868. Springfield, 1868. 

Pablished by authority of the leftialature of Illinois, 1868. 
Silurian, Deronian, and Carboniferous. 

LowKR Silurian Sfbciss. 

TBSNTOif OBOUF. Page. 

Jtadiata 291 

Eehinodermata 291 

Oyttoidea *. 291 

ChmarooyttiUt, BQWngB, 1854 291 

CMumardi, M. 4k W., 1865, fig.— , p. 292. and pi. i, figs, la, b 292-294 

C. Mumardi, Tar. o(K)onieu«, M. & W., 1865, pi. i, figs. 2 a, & 294 

MoUuiom 294 

LameiW>ranehiata 294 

ModiolopHt, Hall, 1847 294 

If. modu)2iA>nnu, U.S., M.& W.,1868, pLi, figs. 7 band 8 , ... 294-295 

Jf. or«Aonora,n.s.,M.&W.,1868,pLi,flg.7a 295-296 

Oypricarditet. Conrad, 1841 297 

Fantu:«*mia^ BUlings, 1858 297 

r.f dia»n«Mi«,M.& W.,1868,pl i,flgs.5a,6 207-298 

*/3apvf, heayy ; Kpivov, a lily. fyim^p, a washing ressel ; Kptvor, a lily. 



WKITIK08 OF F. B. MEEK AND A. H. WORTHEN. 55 

Page. 

ag»tel01NNia 298 

Ortk4fcermM,Awat *• 296 

O. (OrmoMTM) badtU, Stokeat 1887,pL i, Ag. 4 298-2W 

ArtieMlaia: 

Onatmeta 2W 

Xieft4if,DAlm«i,1827 280 

i;.«««Maiii^M.*w,iM6 » 280-aoo 

VOtBILS OF THB OALBIA BUM. 

Protozoa 801 

]UeiptacuHt€$, Defranoe, 1827 801 

&0{ofrttI<iri«.Hall,18Ol«pLU.flgt.2a,b 801 

E. f ]>LU,flga.la,b 801-802 

£. <»«P0ni,HaU,1881,pl.il,flg.3 802-303 

Radiata 804 

Zoophifta 804 

;CJkrt«tet,Vi8eher,1837 804 

C.j)eCrepo«<aiMa.PMiderf ■p.,1880,pLii,ilgt.8a,b 80lr305 

JToOMea 805 

BrwOiiopoda 806 

XMH^tUo, Bragiere, 1792 806 

X.9i«a<lnUa,Blchwa]d,1820,]iLU,flg.4a-e 806-806 

LamOAranekiata 800 

Af»6<mydk»a. Hall, 1847 806 

^.interm«Ua,D.a..M.&WMl86B,pLii,flga.6a,b 806-807 

TeBinomya^HaU, 1847 (not TdUn^a, Bivwii, 1827=fUKii«mya, AgMds. 1846) 807 

2lMiilriooiA,H*n,1861.pLii,ilgs.7a,b.e 807-806 

7. oiea, Hall, 1861, pLliflga. 6 a. » 809 

GlKpKeaniaM. Conrad, 1841 80»-810 

C. f pLiii,flga.9a,b.e,tf 8U 

aobli9«w«,ii.a..M.4tW..186B,pLll,flgi.9a,b 811-312 

OntUropoda 812 

JBa&fopAo»,Hontfort,1806 812 

^. (J9Mcai»toy)yfa^ fto ma,iLa.,M.AV.,1868,pLiil,flga.8a,b 812-818 

Ophaua,Vmaax&m,l8i2 818 

O. 0iMiuiiM,iLa.,M.&W..1868,pLiU,flga.6a,b 818-814 

Troekofuma,S§XtM,iaS7 814 

T. iMiiMUoato,HaUf sp.,1847,pLiU,flga.6«,b 814-816 

-BapMitoma, Hall, 1847 816 

i2.Uiiticiilar<t,Coiirad,«p..l842,pLUi.flga.7b.(fl^«n 816.817 

lfiiv«&iMmta,d'Ai«liiao&d'yerneiiil,1841 817 

M. MMiMfa,HaUtl847,pLiii,fig.4 817-818 

Cephalopoda 818 

Ortftotfmtf, Anot 818 

O.aiMliMm, Conrad, 1848, pLUtflg. 8 818-820 

Artieidaia 820 



iOsniw, Dahnaa, 1836 820 

i..tai(ni«,Ha]],1861,pLHiflg.2 820-822 

i:eraM<0MMla,Walilenb.ffl821,pLili,flgs.la,6 822-823 

FOSSILS OF THB CDfCINHATI OBOUP. 

Sadiata 824 

Sehinodermata 824 

Orinoidea 824 

fleterocrintt*. Hall, 1847 824 

K. (Tuncf, ]£ & W.. 1865, pL It, flg8.1a,&,« 824-326 

K. mberaM««,M.& W.,1865,pLiv,flg8.6a-d 826-326 

£y6oer<ntw, BiUiogs. 1866 827 

SnhgeDnBAnohMloer%nu8,M.&'W 828 

Hy&ocr£mi«f <n0Mnntf.]£&W.,1865,pLiT.flg.8a,b,aadp.827,flg. — 327-829 

Pdrocrtmo, BlUlngd, 1856 829-380 

P. enwMM, 11 & W., 1866, p. 330. fig a, b, and pL iv, figs. 2 a, 6 830-332 

P.p««t«7<mit««,M.&W..1865,pLi,flg.3 332-333 

DMMlrocrimM. HaU, 1852 333 

D,onoegd$ngit, n.a.,K.4k W..1868,p.3d8,flg.— ,andpl.iv,6g.4 383-334 



56 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 
MoOutea 335 

Braehiopoda >. 386 

iSeropAotii«na,Rafi]ie8qoe,1820f 335 

/8L unieMtoto. n. 8.. If. &W., 1868, pL It. figs. U a, 6 335-387 

LameUibranehiata 337 

-4m5ofiyfl*ia,HaU.J847 337 

Bnbgenns Jf^gaptero, M. & W., 1866 337 

lfej7aptera0aMi.]£&W.,1866,pLlv,flg8.9a,6 337-338 

JX)to6n». McCoy, 1844 339 

P.«terIin90nm,M.^W.,1866,pLiT,flg8.1Oa,b,e 33»-340 

GiuUropoda 840 

OyrtoUtsi, Connd,19S8 ; 340 

aimbrieahu,n.B.,U.ScW.,l99S,^lir,1ig,12 840-^1 

PUropoda 341 

JVn<a«M2aM,SchlotheSm,1820...4 341 

T. t«nttif(ria<u«.]£&^W.,1866,pl.iT,flgg.7a,6 841-342 

T. otu»^o«n«i«i M.&W., 1865, pLiv,flg. 6 a 843-343 

r. ««er«iv«i#it,M.&W.,1865,pLiT.flg.8 343 

ITppbb Silub^ah Spicns. 

V0B6ILA OF TBB lOAOABA GIOUP. 

Protoxoa 344 

Spongim 844 

Attyloipongia»'SLoBmBt 844 

A.ff 0ftriftiafii,iL8.,]£&W.,1868,pLT,flg8.3a,b,0 344-845 

PotAMtuf , BilliDgs, 1858 345 

P.f da<%{u){de«, Owen, ap.t 1844, pLT.flgt. 2 a, 6.0 345-346 

Sadiata 347 

SdUnodMmata 347 

Saeeoerinus.HaXllSSZ. 347 

AdkmlyCHallf ap.. 1863, pL t, fig. 1 347-^49 

MoUutea 349 

Braehiopoda -^ 849 

^flnipronitof, Pander, 1830 349 

^. «u^iptoifttt«, Conrad Tap.. 1842, pLvi,flga 6a,b 34»-351 

06o&i#.Eichwald,1829 351 

O. [iyii»er»tfa?]co»rodt,Hall,1868,pl.T,figa.7a,ft 351-353 

0»>Ur<m«tta, Billlnga, 1859 352 

a&aiin^«iana,n.a.,M.&W.,1868,,p.852,flga.a-«,uidpLTi,flga.5a-e 352-353 

Hariftotto, Hall, 1860 354 

lf«rite«aaf ap.,pl.vl,flg8. 4 a, & 854 

LamMibranehiata ^ 354 

PUnn^o, Goldfoaa, 1882 854 

P. f&e6«fmm,n.a..M.&W.,1868,page354,flg.— ,andpLTi,flg.3 354-355 

AmftonycAiOt Hall, 1847 856 

.A. a«tt<tro«fm,HaU?1866,pLT,flg8.8a,6,aad9o 35^-357 

J.inp*»«BMa, Hall, 1864 357-358 

^.fiey2eeta,HcCheDey,1861,pLT,flg8.9c,b(note) 358-359 

OutUropodu 359 

Plmrotomaria^Defrance. 1824 359 

P.oa*ii,n.8.,M.&W.,1868,pLr,ag.6 359-360 

P.eyeI(m«mou2M,n.8.,M. &'W.,1808,pLv,flg.4 360-861 

iSwittKtef (Conrad), Emmona, 1842 861-362 

S. (Polyphsmopnt) brevif, Winohell & Maroy, 1866, pLT,fig.6 352-363 

Artiettlata 363 

Ortutaeea 363 

DolmanUes, Auot 363 

D.doms, M.&W., 1865, pLTi,flg.lo-/ , 363-367 

FOSSILS OP THB LOWEB HBLDBBBBBO OBOUP. 

Badiata i 368 

Zoophyta: 868 

iWrtotopora, Hall, 1852 868-369 

8. mUtouriennt, n. s., M. & W., 1868, pLvii,flg.4 869-370 

Eehinodermata 870 



WRITINGS OP P. B. MEEK AND A. U. WOBTHEN. ' 57 . 

Pace. 

EdrioerimtM, Hall, 1850 870 

Jff. po«atiA>rmt«. Hall, 1869, pl.Tii.flga. 6a, b S70-371 

MoOutca 371 

Braekiopoda 871 

OrtiUff. Dalmaa, 1828 871 

O.Jky6rida,8owerbyll8S0.pLTii,flgs.7a-d 871-873 

O. MboarifMta, Hall. 1867.pl. ▼ii.flgt. 6 a-4 878-874 

Stropkom^na, Raflnaaqne, 1820 874 

8. (8tropAod(mto)6aviim6ona,HaUf 1857,pLTii,flK.10fl^b 874-876 

Jferifta, Sueas, 1851 876 

M.kevit^ Tannxem I ap., 1843, pLvll, flga.8a,e 876-877 

Zpgotjrira, Hall, 1862 877-880 

Z.««5eoiMava, ii.a.,M.&W., 1868. pLvii,fig.la-cl 880-801 

Tiremato^lrira, Hall, 1850 881 

J. / imbHeala, Hall, 1857, pL Til, fig. 2 a-« 381-382 

O^rtina, DaTidaoD, 1858 383 

a daimoni. Hall, tp., 1857, pL Tii, flga. 8 a, b 888 

^fVer, Sowerby, 1815 884 

Suhgttnam Trigimotretat KflDoig, 1825 884 

^-IMriomeOofitf. HaU,1857, pl.Tii,flg&9a,b 884 

GctUrapoda 384 

PfolyeerM, Conrad, 1840 884-887 

P. tMbttfufotum, n. a.. H. & W., 1868, pL Tii, flga. 18 a, b, and 14 a, b 887-888 

P. ipiroi«, Hall. 1850, pL Til. flg 12«-e 880 

P. (Ortft<mye&ia)j»yramidatum; HaU f 1860. pL Tit flg. 11 380-800 

Artieutata 800 

Cnutaeea 800 

Aeidatpia, Marchlton, 1830 800 

Aeidajpw Aamoto, Conrad, ap., 1841, pL Tii, fig. 15 800-801 

Dalmamitew^ Aaot 801 

D. truien<ir«n», Shomard, 1855, pL Tii, fig. 16 801-302 

Detokum SPBcm. 
fOiaiLM or Tiu OBiBKAirr oboup. 
JfoOMM 809 

BrodUopMlA ^ 806 

Lepicma^ Dalman, 1837 886 

L.I nueUaia, Hall. 1850. pL Tiii, flga. 8a-4 808-304 

fkyndkonaOa, Fiaeber. 1800 304 

Jt.«pec«>Mi, Han, 1857, pL Till, fig. 804-4t06 

folomo. Hall, 1857 806 

r P00iitiari#. Conrad, ap., 1841, pL Tiii, flga. 2 a-<r 805-806 

X^ptoMBfio, Hall, 1857 807 

L.ylab«tt<tet,Conrad,«p., 1841, pl,Tiil,flga.Sa-e 807-808 

apirifer, Sowerby, 1815 886 

Sabgenoa Trigonotnta^ Kcenig 1825 806 

«. enyiimanni. n. 8., M. 4& W., 1868, pi. rili. flga. 5 a-4 308-300 

8.kemieyelu»,n.:,U. &^ W., 1868, pi. Tiii, flga. 6 o-d, and 7 a^ b f 800-401 

JKflMMteria, Hall, I860 401 

J2. eoMdoni, MoCbeaney. 1861, pL Tiii, flga. 4a,b 401-408 

AridUMMiWa, BUlinga. 1863 403 

8,dongatavux.eurta,U.&.W., 1868, pL Tiii, flga. 1 a-«, and pL i^ fig. 5 f 402-404 

Qastenpoda 404 

StrophotyUu, Ball IS5'^ 404 

Aean<!eaaftt«.n.a..M.4kW.,1868, p. 404, flga. and pL Till, flg. 12 (11 a, b/) 404-405 

PtolyeerM, Conrad, 1840 406 

F.tpiraU, HaUf 1850. pL vUi. flg. 10 406 

VOSaiLS OP THK OORXIFBBOUS OBOUP. 

RadiiUa 407 

Zoopkyta ^ 407 

PUurodietyum, Goldfnsa, 1820 407 

P. jwbtetnof icwm, Goldf. ? 1850, pL ix, flga. 1 a-« 407-400 

-Bon^yKum, E. & H.. 1850 400 



58 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pace- 

B.tt arenarium. n.8.,M. 4k W.,1868, pLix,flgB.2a,5 409^0 

Zapfcrenfu, R. & C, 1820 410 

ZaphrentU, Bp.imdt.,pLix,flg..3a,& 410 

MoUusea 410 

Braehiopoda 410 

Ortfci#, Dalman, 1828 410 

Orthit, tindt., pLix.fig. 4 410-411 

iStropAom«na, Raf, 1820 , 411 

S. (iSf(ropA6d<mta),0p.tpLix,flg8.9(«id7af) 4U-412 

.9. (Strophodonta), ap , pL vi,flg8.6akb 412 

Productus, Sowerby.1814 412 

P. exantAemaeuf. Hall Tf 1857, pL x, flga. 8 a-« 412-4U 

Spirsfer, Sowerbj. 1815 414 

Subgenus Trigonotreta, KoBiiig,1825 414 

£. peresrtoiuiw, n. a., M. & W., 1868, pL X, flga. 1 o-d 414-415 

i9. paradoxic, Schlot ff ap., 1818, pL X, flg.2 41&-410 

Artieulata 410 

Orustaeea *. 416 

IkUmanitM, Aact 416 

Sabgenaa OdofUoeephalut, Conrad. 1840 416 

OdofUocephahu tpl. ix, flg.lO 416-417 

DaUnanitM (Odontooepkalut) cBg&ria, Halltap., 1861, pi. x, fl|{a. 4a-e 417-418 

FOSSILS OF TRB RAIULTOM GROUP. 

Prototoa '. 419 

SponguB 419 

Astraotpongia, BoBmer, 1854 419 

A. hamilUnunnt, M. & W., 1806, pi. x, flg. 6 419 

Badiata 420 

Zoophyta 420 

JfiorocycJw,* n. g., M. & W., 1866 420 

M. dUeut, n. a.. M. & W., 1868, pL xi, flga. 7a, & 420-421 

Eehinodermata 421 

Tocrocrtnu*, PbllUpa, 1843 421 

T. gracUu, M. & W., 1865, page 421, fig. — , and pi. xiii, fig. 8 421-428 

MoOutea 423 

Braehiopoda 423 

Or«Au. Dalman, 1827 428 

O. wic/orteni, Meek, 1888, pi. xili, flga. lOo-d 423-^4 

O. iowenit XAV. fumariua. Hall, pi. xiii, flga. Oa, & 424-425 

Strophomena, Raf,1820 426 

S. rhomboidalit, Wahlemb., ap., 1821, pi. x, flg.7a,b 426-427 

Tropidoleptus, B»lli857 427 

T.earinatut, Conrad, ap., 1839, pi. xiii, flga. 2a-« / 427-428 

Pentamerut, Sowerby, 1813 428 

P. eomis, Owenf ap., 1855, pi. xiii, figs. 6a-e 428-429 

P. tubglobosus, n. a.. M. & W., 1888, pi. xiii, flga. 5 «-«.....• 428^130 

Atrypa, Dalman, 1827 490 

A. atpera, Scblotbeim, ap., 1813, pi. xiii, flga. 7 a-d 439-431 

A. retieularig, Linnastia, ap., 1767, pi. xiii, flg. 11 482-433 

SpiHfer, Sowerby. 1815 ; 438 

Snbgenoa THgonoireta, Koenig, 1825 433 

8./omaeula, Hall. 1857, pi. xiii, flsa. 8a-<J 488-484 

8. subundiferxt*, n. B., -a. ATT., 1868. pi. x, flg. 5 a-« 484-485 

Cfyrtina, DAxldmu, }85S 436 

O. triqu6tra,liM, ap , 1868.pl. xiii, flg. 4 a-d .486 

LingtUa, Brugtiiere, 1702 437 

L. gitbtpatulata, n. a.. M. & W., 1868, pi. xiii, flg. 1 437 

Lamellibranehiata 487 

Pferinm, Goldf, 1832 437 

P.ttubpapyTacea,M.&,W., 1866, pi. xi flg. 6 437-438 

ModiolopM, Hall, 1847 438 

M.fperovata, M. & W., 1865, pi. xi, flg.2 438-439 



* fiixpof , amall ; xyx^^* ^ circle. 



WBTTINGS OP P. B. MEEK AND A H. WORTHEN. * 69 

Pagtt. 

^rantiiiifvia, de VerneaU, 1847 , 4» 

G.f r*om6ouialif,M.4kW., 186S.pLxl.flKt.5a. 6 4»M41 

amtm m p o du 441 

Pla<yo««t.CoiinMl,1840 441 

P.M»(rieomm,Coii»d.1840.pI.xi,flg8.4a.6 441-442 

XnmMia.* M. 4k W., 1885 443-443 

J. drpr««Mh M. & W., 1805, p. 443. fig*. ▲.&. and pLxi, figs. 8 a, 6 448 

Ot^Mlopcda 444 

GompAoMrotf, Sowerby. 1838 444 

(7.lifr6MKrorme.]£4kW..1866,pLxii.flga2a.b 444 

CVrtoomu. Goldr. 1832 445 

O.M«ciilttm.lC.& W..I888.pLxii.flgs.8a-« 445-44e 

C^yrotftTM, de Koninok. 1844 446 

6.«MMCrie(«m.ii.a..M.4kW.,1866,pLxii.flgs.la,b 446-447 

Irfievlalci 447 

Cnt$ia€ta 447 

PAMopt, Emmeriob. 1880 447 

P.nma.OrMii.«p..l833.pLxi,flga.la-« 447-448 

Cabbohivsbous Spicibb. 

rOASILA OF TBI |I]IDSBB0OK OBOUP. 

JToOmm 450 

BnOiiopoda 450 

JQkyiidUm«Ua.l1aber.l800 450 

£. miM9ttriefw<«, Shanuud, 1855, pL xiv, figs. 7 a-4 450-452 

LomeUS^randHata 453 

P«nMp0etei». WincbeU. 1865 458 

P.«M(inardiantt«,WiD0b6U.1865.pl.xiT.flKs.6a.b.. 453-455 

PXM'<iMa.Goldf..l832 456 

P.imd«ilata.ii.s..M.&W..186B,pLxiv,flg.5 456 

OatUropoda , 457 

Pfai^MnM. Coond. 1840 457 

P.{Ortkimyehiaf)tubplUQtum,^ScW.,18M,vlU,tS^ia^ 457 

P.*«lioloid«t,M.&W..1866,pLxiv,flgB.3a,b 458 

PdrveSio, LereUIe, 1885 458 

P.iiodo«i,HiUl,1860,pLxiT.flg».l«.5 * 458-450 

tfyroMro*. de Koninok, 1844 459 

G.roeJ(/<frdmuii,^A.W.,l8M,^l.xir,tg.2a 450^460 

ArtSetOata 460 

Ormtacm 460 

Pro«C«f.S(6i]iiiigfir.]830t 460 

P.iB<pli0M«.]£&W..1865.pLxiT.flg.8 460-462 

* PO001LS OF TfiM BDRUMOTOa OROUF. 

Sadiata 468 

EAm^dmmutm 468 

Bitowwoc K iMtf. Vbile. 1862 468 

B.wMt«.M.&W..1886,p.468,flg.— ,uidpLxTlii.flg.4a-e 468-464 

OtfOIotfrisMi*. Trocwt, 1850 465 

C.w«dbnMafti.M.4kW..1868,pLxyiU.flg.5 465-166 

Pfal^eriM«t.Hmer.l82l 466 

P.jeoWh«,M.&W..1861.p.4«6,flg.— .»iidpLxvi,flg.O 466-467 

P.ptoiHM.Otren&Sbiim«rdf 1860.pLxTi,flg.0 467-468 

P. (P(MirMrintt«)a«p«r,]£4cW..1861,p.468.flg.— ,AndpLxTiii,flg.9 468-460 

ActiHwHmu M , MiBw, 1831 470 

A. iSateoerinfisf) amptu*, M. Sc W.. 1861, p. 470, fig. -,and pL xri. flg.2 470-472 

A. (Baf<Nrrifi«i«)j»iff»aM«,M.&W..1865,pl.XTi.flga.4a.b 472-474 

SUgtmoerimu^U, ScW.,iaM 474 

4r.iMiifdv<mw.Hall.tp..l858,p].XTi,flg.8 474-476 

2lk4NfoerifMi«,Hmer,1821 476 

iE.iMiMU.M:4&W..1866.p.476^flgs.— ,andt^LxvUi.flgs.2a,b 476-478 

BvvwaeriiiM.tM.4kW.. 1861 478 

B. wehiMMm, M. A W.. 1861, pi xvii. flg. 6. and p . 470. flg. — 470-480 

* t^ equal ; l^|^c^ a thread. ifivpva, a pane ; xP^n^, a lily. 



60 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL 'mUSEUM 

PaffB. 

Ci^attocrinu*, MiUer. 1821 4«1 

a«nonnu,M.&W.,1865,pLxTi,figB.8a.& 481-482 

aK'aM«mtttAt,M.&W..lS61,p.482,flg.— ,andpLxvi,flg.6 481-484 

Poteriocnnw, MiUer, 1821 484 

P. tmui&raeAiadM. M.&W., 1861. p. 484. flg.—. and pLxvi,ilg.l 484r48S 

P. ntbimpresifu, U. & W., 1861, p. 486, fig.—. and pL xvili, flga. 1 a, 6 48S-486 

P. earmatt<«,M.dc W.,1861,p.486,flg.~,andpLxTii,fig.i 486-488 

Subgenus iS^pAtoeriniM, Hall. 1858 488 

S. waehemuthi, M. & W., 1861, p. 488, fig.—, and pL xri. flga. 7a,b 488-489 

PoUrioerinus (Seaphioerinut) tenuidaetylut, M. & W., 1865^ p. 490, fig. — ^ and pL 

xviii,flg.lO 490-481 

Onyehoerintu, Lyon Sc Caaaeday, 1850 402 

O. divertui, H. & W., 1866, page 492, flg. — , and pL xvU, flga. 6 a, b 402-485 

IVKComnu*. PhilllpB, 1843 495 

Forbeaiocrinut, deKon.& Le Hon, 1854 495 

F. agtuiizi, vkt. giganUu$, H. & W.,186I,pl.xTiii, flg.8 495 

Granatoerinua (Troosi),'a&illS52 498 

Q. proj^ctus, M.&,W., sp., 1861, page 496, fig.— , andpL xTiii,flg.7 406 

<?.norwxMfi,O.46 6.t8p..l860,pLxviU,flg.8 406-497 

O. tkumardi, M. & W., 1866. page 408, flg. —, and pL xtUI, flga. 6 a, I b 408-409 

AtUroidea 400 

/8iesfc<»na#ter. M. & W., 1860 T 480 

iSr. iMUsAMMKAi. ILd^W., 1866,pLxvU, flg.4 400-500 

JTofltMca 601 

Poliyzoa 501 

EvaeUnopora, M.d&W., 1865 501 

E. radiata, H. 4k W., 1865. page 502. flg. — , and pL xyU, flga. 2 a, b 502 

J5. ««prodiaea.n.8.,M.& W, 1868,pl.xvii,flg.8 502 

i?. ^ofidM, n.a.,M.4tW., 1868,p. 503. flg.~, andpLxv,fig8.2a, b 503 

P(enMt«tta. Lonsdale, 1830 504 

Sabgenos I^opora, Hall. 1856 504 

FenetUUa (Ltfropora) retror$a, n.s., M.& W., 1868, pLxv, flg. 1 504 

Broekiopoda 505 

OhonetM, Flscher,1837 505 

O. iUinoiMfMit, Worthen, 1860, pLxv, flga. 8 a, b 505-506 

Oeuteropoda ,... 606 

Jfetoptowio, PbiUips. ISSe* 506 

If.f tt»n6«aa,M.&W., 1866,pl.xT, flg8.6a, 5, c; and7 506-507 

PMyemM, Conrad, 1840 ; 508 

P.(;jr«v«fr««m, Hall, 1860, p. 608. flg.— .andpL XT. flga. 4 a, & 50a-500 

P. Wwio/a, Hall. 1860. pi. XV, flgs. 3 a. 6 500 

P. (Orthonyehia) guitMyanM, McCheaney, 1861, pL xv, flga. 5 a, b 510 

F0861Lfl OP TBI KEOKUK OttOUP. • 

Eadiata 511 

Eehifwdermata 511 

Ptoiycrtnia. Miller, 1821 511 

P. hemitphmricut, M. &. W., 1865. p. 511, fig. — , and pL xx, flga. 2 a, b 511-513 

P.nioUruit, M. & W.. 1865, p. 513. flg. — , and pL xx, flg. 8 .' 5ia-S14 

PotorwM^nuf, Miller. 1821 j 615 

P.indianeruU, M. & VV.. 1865, pi. xx, flg 4; and p. 515. flg.— 515-516 

Oyathoerinua, Miller. 1821 517 

a/ar:0j^ M.&W., 1866, p. 517, flg.— , and pL xx, flga. 1 o^ b. and 6 « 517-518 

a / ap. nndt., pL xX. figs. 5 a-« 518-510 

O. qu\nquelobu$, M. &. W.. 1865, p. 510, flg. — ; andpL xx, flga. 6a, b {note) 510-520 

0. orborew, M. & W., 1865, p. 620, flg. — 520-522 

Eehinoidea 632 

Perisehoechinidtje 522 

Lepidetthst* n. g., M. & W.. 1868 502-524 

L.eoreyi, n. s., M. & W., 1868, p. 624, flg. A 524-525 

Ilelonitea mxtUipora, p 524,flg.B 524 

O^oporttf dancr, p. 524, fig. C 524 

* Ac7if, a scale; caOi}^, a garment 



WRITINGS OP F. B. MEEK JLND A. H. WORTHEN. 61 

Page. 

Aatenidta 526 

OnydWuter,* n. K.. M. 4: W., 1868 fi26 

O./mW*, ii.s.,M. 4kW..lM0.p.S2MI|{i.A,B,C.D 638-528 

M w O mt ca 528 

Brmekiop^dm 528 

Proditfeiff, Sowerby. 1814 528 

P. fMV»««. li.4& V..I8«l.pLxz,il|Ci.7a-« 528-580 

Spirifmr.Sowvrhj, 1816 530 

A^ivpHi^iMu, HaU,:86A.pLxlx,flg«.8a-e 580-533 

Lamtm^rmmeMata 582 

AjHrnOopeeten, HoCoy,18Sl 582 

A, indiofuruig, U. Sc W,, l9M,pl±Lx,lig^6tt,b 632-^34 

^nUkroMiitera, Salter, 1802 584 

^.fA»0«««iH. 4&W..1806,pLxix.flg.4 534-585 

PUmrvpkonu, King, 1944 585 

P. eMtaf^ormit* 11. dtW., 1865, p. 535, fig.—. aadpLzlx. fig. 8t 586-586 

XOftopikapa, Lanuirck. 1812 586 

L,Uitffutaii, PhilUper, sp.. 1886, pLxix,ilgs. 1.2 586-587 

Stdffwidtia, McCoy. 1844 537 

8. (SangrtinoHtss) tubareuata, M. & W., 1865. pL xix, fig. 8 6 (not 8 a) 687-538 

AUaritma, King, 1844 588 

^. (0A«nomyaf)Ay6ri(ia, M. A v., 1865. pLxiz, fig. 8 a (BOt 8 b) 538-539 

ABTICULATK PO0BILS OF THX COAL MIASUBIfl. 
OttfCMM, 540 

JSntomo9tmeti.»*,.m - 540 

Qnaikoatamata 540 

Ph^Utfpoda. ^ 640 

CbralieearM. MoCoy. 1849....'. 640 

O./ftiMMrtiu. M. &W..1868,p. 540,llg.A 540-541 

XMio, Jones. 1862 141 

L.tHaannata, n. a. H. d& W., 1868, woodcut, figs. B 1, 2, 8 (and Ct), p. 640 641-548 

JforMtoitMrta 544 

Eurypt^ridtB 644 

furypleriM.De Kay. 1825 644 

Jff. (.AnlAra«(m«elif)fiMW(m«fwi«.M.ftW.,1868,flgs.— .p.644 644 

Z^hoiura 547 

JSi«m>OfM. Meek, 1867 547 

£ltf«iMB,M. AW.,1865,p.647,ilgs.A,B 547-549 

Ttind§ottpoda 549 

Isopoda 549 

f AeonOotelMm. M. 4k W., 1860 549 

^.«eiiiif»Mmi,|j^. &W., 1800,p.649,figa.A,B 649-560 

^.«peiii,M. & W..1868,p. 551,flga.A,B.C,D 561 

l>9eapoda 562 

Jfaemm 562 

PotooMM^. M. 4k W., J865 652 

P.lypM. M. 4k W., 1865, p. 552. figs. A. B 552-568 

tfaiiiy«(m«i/mfrriali«ff,p.652,flga.C,D 552 

AntkraptAtmnon, Salter. 1861 564 

A.^r««a<«.M.4&W..1866.p.554.flgs.A,B 554-555 

MyrUtpoda 556 

Siip*o6eK0K M. 4k W., 1868 556 

JP.anM^»ra, M.4kW.,1865.p.556.flga.A,B,C,D 566-568 

J?.ffiiM|^,M.&W.,1868,p.658,flg.— 558-559 

AtnckmUlA 560 

PMfanofiaKa * 560 

JtoMor3»(«tf.M.4kW..1868 560 

Acorftofiariut. M.&W..1868.P. 560,flga.fl^«.<i,iiSP 560-662 

jrc»ii<a,tD.g.M.4kW..1868 563 

jr.woo<liaiia.M.4kW..1868.p. 568.flgs.A,B,C,D 563-566 

Koto on the genos PaloMeamjMi 666 

*o»v|, a claw : a^ntp, a star. . t Maoon, name of stream. 



62 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

60. 

Meek, F. B. Remarks on the geology of the valley of Mackenzie RiTer, with fignree 
and descriptions of fossils fh>m that region, in the Moseom of the Smithsonian 
Institution, chiefly collected by the late Robert Kennicott, Esq. <Trans. Chicago 
Acad, of Sci., vol. i, pp. 61-114, plates xi, xv. 1868. Chicago, 1867-1869. 
Deronian. 

COBALS. 

OffathopkylUda, Pa^ 

OyathophyHitm, Goldftiss, 1826 7» 

C. CH'tieum, 11.8, Meek, 1068, pi. xi. flf*.8 79-80 

Oytttophyttum^ Lonsdale, 1880 80 

C oifMricafMim Tar. arCJeum, Meek, pi. zi, fig. 6 80-81 

AulophyOmm, Bdwarda & Haime, 1850 81 

A,t riekard$oni, n.a., Meek, 1868, pi. xi, ilg. 8 81-8S 

ZapkrmUii^ Baflneeqne, 1820 83 

Z, rteta, n.a.. Meek, 1868, pi. xi, flg. 1 88 

Z. fiKAirlafMi, n. a.. Meek, 1868, pi. xi, flg. 2 83 

AnitiUa, Bdwarda 4k Haime, 1851 83 

A wrrOK. n. a.. Meek, 1868, pi. xi, flg. 7 « 88-81 

OomfropJ^yUum, Edwarda dt Haime, 1858 84 

amtittif(KiiafMm,ii.a.,Meek,1868,pLxi,flg.4 84-86 

Fungida, 

PotoM^yeliM, Edwards & Haime, 1840 85 

P. *^*yi, n.a.. Meek, 1868, pL xi. flg. 6 85 

FewMitidce. 

JVwofitef, Lamarck, 1816 86 

F.pdymorpKat Gk>ldftua, ap., pL xi, flg. 10 86 

AUtoliUt, Lamarck, 1801 *. ^ 88 

A. iwUorwm. n-a., Meek, 1868. pi, xl, flg. „ *86^ 

Broidhiopodba, 

LinguUd(B, 

Lingular Bragnitoe 87 

X. mwittto, n. 8., Meek, 1868, pL xili, flg. 1 87 

8ir0]^u>m€nidm, 

Strophomma, Raflneaqae 87 

8. iStrophodonia) demiua, Conrad, 1842. pi. xiii, flg. 6 87-88 

8. (Strophodonta) $uJbdemii$a, Hall, 1856, pL xiii, flg. 7 , 88 

OrthU, Dalman, 1828 88 

O. fn</aWan«i, n. a., Meek, 1868, pL xii, flg. 1 8840 

• 0.iown#M, Hallf I868,pl. xii,flg. 2 00-81 

ProduetidtB. 

Productut, Sowerby 91 

P. ditnmUU, Halll 1868, pi. xiii, flg. 3 91 

Produetut f Meek, 1869. pi. xiii, flg. 4 91-92 

PrQduetu8 f Meek, 1869, pL xiii, flg. 5 92 

Ofumetei, Fischer 93 

O.putOla, Hall! 1857, pL xiU, flg. 2 93 

BkynehtmeUida. 

iZAyncfconeBa, Fiacher. 1800 98 

B. cwten^o, n.s.,Meek, 1868, pi. xili, flg.9 08^ 

Rhynohandla f Meek, 1860, pL xt, flg. 4 95 

Ptntamerus, Sowerby, 1812 95 

P. 5or«aii»,n.a..Meek,1868,pLxiU,flg.ll 96-96 

Atrypa^ Dalman, 1827 96 

.A. oiptfro, Schlotheim, sp.. 1820, pL xUi, flg. 12 06-97 

A, reUeularit, Linn, sp., 1767, pL xili, flg. 18 9T 

/^pUiftrida, 

Oyrtina, Davidson, 1858 W 

a6i«<»v#<,n-a.,Meek,1868,pLxiv,flg6 97-89 

a Aama(ofi«nti», Hall, 1887. pi. xiv, flg. 10, and flga. 6 and 7 1 99-100 

(7. panda, n.s.. Meek. 1868, pL xiv. flg. 8 100-101 

8pir\fer, Sowerby,1815 101 

<8. l;«fUtiMMi,n. B., Meek, 1868, pi. xiv. flg. 101-102 

A eofi^pa«tti#, n. e., Meek, 1868, pL xiv, flg. 11 102>108 



WHITINGS OF P. B. MEEK AND A. H. W.OBTHEN. 63 

Piige. 

Sabgeniu If orlMa, HoCoy, 1844 108 

& (ifort£ma)c«M(»M«M«, !!.•.. Meek, 1868, pLxlT, fig. 1 103-104 

JS.(jraft{iito)Heftantfoii%.ii.a.,Meek,1868,pLxlT,flg.2 104-105 

8, (Jrartitiia)«Mri«loi<i«ff, n. a., Meek, 1868, pLxiT, fig. 8 106-107 

i9. (ifaftirt<«)/rtmU<»ii,ii.a.,Meek,1868,pLzly,flg.l2 107-108 

B^nttelmia, Hidl, 1850 108 

12.t«*vi«,iLS^M.A W.,1868,pl.xiii,flg.8,uidpl.xlv,flf.4 108-100 

FUurotomarUdm, 

PfanroCoMorte, Definmoe, 1826 110 

PUwnttmMiria 1 Meek, 1860, ^ xy, fl«. 8 110 

(kphalopoda. 

KautiUda. 

Gyrqetra*, Konlnok, 1844 110 

G. IcgmU, n. a.. Meek. 1868 ^ 110-111 

61. 

IfiEK, F. B., and Wobtbek, A. H. Notes on some points in the StractnTe and Habits 
of the Paleozoic Crinoidea. < Am. Jonrn. Sci., vol. xlviii, 2d ser., pp. 23-40. 
1869. New Haven, 1869. 

A reprint from the Proc. Aoad. Kat 8oi. Phila., rol. xx, pp. 323-834. (See No. 87.) After* 
ward repnblished in the IlUnoia Geological Report*, vol. v, and in the Gonad. Nat., new 
aetiea, ToL iv, pp. 434-452. (See No. 64.) For list of apeciea see No. 97, p. 58. 

62. 

HsEK, F. B., and Worthen. A. H. Descriptions of new Crinoidea and Echinoidea 
from the CarboniferoQs rocks of the Western States, with a note on the Genos 
Onychaster. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., yoL xxi, pp. 67-83. 1868. Phila- 
delphia, 1869. 

Afterward repablished in the ItUnoia Geological Beporta, roL t. 

Page. 

A^nfrottoerimM, Phillipe, 1836 67 

B. wadigmutki, M. A W.,1866 67-68 

&tr«w.n.e..M.AW.,1860 , 68-« 

i>ie&oerifMM, Manater, 1839 60 

D. IumoHm. n. a., M. & W., 1860 60 

i>.pifiiimn.a.,M.&W.,1860 60-70 

.SriMcnma. M. & W., 1865 70 

^. aiUi7«ttc,n.a..M.&W.,186e 71-72 

ir.i0iUtei,n.a.,M.4&W..186O 72 

Galoeocrmw, Hall, 1882 72-78 

(7.f5radley<,n.a.,M.4&W.,1860 73-74 

afvfackgmutki,iLB.,U. & W..1868..... 74-75 

OObertaoermM, Fhillipe 75 

Snbgenoa GofMoalaroidocriiiMt, Lyon 4k Caaaeday. 1860 75 

0. (aonia«torotdocrttiia)tei»ttir(kttalMt,n.a.,M.AW.,1860 75-76 

e.{Oomatieroidoerimu}obavatu$,iLB,,U.ScW,, 1989 76-77 

i;<rpidoe«iUni«,Mmier(f).1866 77-78 

X.wrQn(ter<cn.a.,M.&W.,1860 78-70 

£Midam;c9MMiiafa.n.8..M.&W.,1860 70-81 

PM(Bdk»n«*yra«iK«.n.a.,M.&W.,1860 82 

OmyekatUr.iLStW ,. 82-88 

63. 

Mm, F. B., and A. :H. Wosthbk. Remarks on the Blastoidea, with Descriptions of 
New Species. <Proo. Acad. Nat. Sci. PhQa., voL xxi, pp. 83-91. 1869. Phila- 
delphia, 1869. 

AftcrwaTd repahUahed in the Illinoia CkK>logioa] Reporta, toL v. 



64 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

€hraruUocrinus,TtXK»t 88 

G. m«tonoid«, iL 8., M. & TV., 1860 88^ 

O. pi#um. n. 8.. M. & W.. 1869 8M0 

G. n«»l«jft«, n. 8., M. & W., 1869 90^ 

O.glaber, u. b., M. & W., 1869 M 

64. 

Mbek, F. B., and Worthbn, A. H. Notes on some points in the Stractnre and Habits 
of the PalsBozoic Crinoidea. <Canad. Nat. , new ser. , vol. iv , pp. 434-452. 1869. 
Reprinted from the Proo. Acad. Nat Sci. Phila., 1868. (See entiy nambers 61 and 57.) 

65. 

Mbbk, F. B., and Worthbn, A. H. Note on the Relations of Synooladia, King, 1849, to 
the Proposed Gtonos Septopora, Prout, 1858. <^Proc. Acad. Nat. ScL Phila., toL 
xxxi, pp. 15-18. 1870. PhUadelphia, 1870. 

The aathor reguda these forma as eongeneric 

66. 

Meek, F. B., and Worthbn, A. H. Descriptions of new Species and Gepera of Fossils 
from the Paleozoic rooks of the Western States. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 
vol. xxii, pp. 22-56. 1870. PhUadelphia, 1870. 

Silurian andCarboniferoue: Genera Codonitee, Carbonarca, Clinopistha, Solenocheflna, Tem- 
nocheilna. Afterward repnbliahed and illostrated in the IlliooiaOeological Beports, toLtL 

Foraminifera. Page. 

iZee«ptactt2i<M/ormo«iM, n. 8., M. d:. W., 1870 22-23 

JBehinodermata. 

Saryerinttf fp0eea&tii«, n. 8., M. & TV., 1870 23-24 

OyathoerinUe§tpoierium,n.n., M.&W., 1870 24-26 

PoUrtocrinitSi {Zeacrinuif) eoneinnus^ n. 8., M. & W., 1870 26-27 

ScaphioerinuM depremu, n. 8., M. & W., 1870 27 

ZeomntMf ormii^er, n. 8., M. & "W., 1870 27-28 

Zeaerinui (Hydreionoerinttt ?) aeanthoporut, n. a., M. & W., 1870 28-29 

Eup(uhycriniu loydii, n.8., M.&W., 1870 80 

Homoerintu anjustatM, n.8., M. & W,, 1870 80-31 

Codonitei, n. g., M. & W., 18TO 81-82 

C.graeiUs, n. 8., M. & W., 1870 Zt^ 

Pentr«mtte« &tir{»7tj7to7i«n«i#, u. 8., M. & W., 1870 83-34 

Oligoporus coreyi, n. s., M. & W., 1870 34 

JJrachiopoda. 

Ofumetetf T milUptenetata, n.8.,M. & W., 1870 85-36 

Spir\fer/astigatu*,n.B.,^ &,\y.,lS70 85-37 

StrielUandinia d^ormit, n. 8., M. & W., 1870 87-38 

Lamellibranchia ta. 

Mimotur ffregaria, n.a., M.& W., 1870 38 

Avictilopecten ^intUifenu, n.8., M.&.W.,1870 39 

CktrboTMrca, n. g., M. & W., 1870 39 

C.gibbota, n.8..M.& W., 1870.. 40 

Maerodon deliecUtu, n.8.,M.& W., 1870 40 

ModiolopHt MubrumUa, U.S., M.ScW., 1970 41 

Schizodtuamplu8,n.B.,U.&.Vr., 1870 41-42 

Seacrinui (Pri»0(maia) per elegant, n. a., M. iEt W., 1870 42-43 

CTinopi«tta, n. g., M. & W., 1870 43-44 

a rrtdioto, var. teri*, n. 8., M. & W., 1870 44-45 



WHITINGS OF F. B. MEEK AND A. U. WOBTHEN. 65 

OctUnpod: ^^^ 

Dimtolittiii MUMiioftriaiMm, n. a., M. 4t W., 1870 45 

Straparoamt{3u9mphalHt)pernodotu»,n.».tM.A.'W.,lgI0 45-M 

8. (J^tomphahu)aubquadrutus,n.s,,M.A.W.,l«JO 4(M7 

8ulmlU§MinJUau9,n. %.,!&. ScW.,l9I0 47 

Otfkmlopoda, 

JViMiti^, Anot 48 

Sahgfakv8otmockau$*U.icW.,l9I0 48 

N, (ScienodiUua) eoU0etut,n,%,,U,AW,,ie:n 48-18 

Siibg«irat TemiMdUliic HoCoy 48 

y. {T9mn4Kkihu)kttu9,jL9,,U. St W.,19tO 48 

K.{TMimoekaui)wi$uU>wi,n.s„ld.AW,,lBJO 50 

y. (T^mmoekOua) comMU,n.9,,U.itW^lStO 50-51 

XiftttCM ^r^^ToiMfiKf, n. •., M. & W., 1870 51-52 

Cnutaeea, 

Pt(UiptiatuUrctdata,jL%.,U.StW.,l9F!0 58 

PkSmpiia {GriiUkids$) In^o, n.B,,U, A W.,ia70 52-58 

AtapkM»(Iaotdua)vig(ltmt,jLt.,l&.SLW,,l91t 53-54 

JBaamg {B mn a Hut ) grq/Umemis^ n. •.. M. A V., 1870 54-56 

J>Uk9roemriiearUmmriiut,JL%,,yLSLW,, 1870 55-50 

67. 

Mkek, F. B. Descriptions of Fossils collected by the U. S. Geological Survey under 
the charge of Clarence King, Esq. <Proc. Acad. Nat.ScLPhila.,Yol. xzii, pp. 
56-64. 1870. Philadelphia, 1870. 

SUnrtM. DeToniaii, and TertlKy. Afterward repnblialMd and fllnstratod in voL iv of Mr. 
Klng*a aexiea of final reports, 1877. 

TBBTIART STICnS. 

Psge> 

Splimrmmntgotum^ JLS.^ Heek,i870 50-76 

A»daAo0*M,n.a.,Meek, 1870 57 

AiMyfM«tfMitaa<iM,n.8.,Meek,1870 57-68 

MtlaniBLO&niobtuitf) scufymU, n. :,Metk, INO 68 

MHmiia[Gomoba$i*)*ubte^tais,n.%., Meek, IVIO 58-50 

Carm^Mi diiWMyi, n. a.« Meek, 1870 50 

Carim^tx iTortidftx) tryomi, n. a.. Meek, 1870 5»40 

Oariniresc Cryeiu rar. eoneova, n. a., Meek, 1870 00 

DSyOHIAJf BPBODES. 

Sfirifm' (Trigonotareta) j»<nefi«fifif , n. a., Meek, 1870 00-01 

liOWEB 8ILUBIAH SFBOIIS. 

JSiie«g»AUM(Jte|iMttoMaf)rotMl(A»n^ 01 

K{BmpkUt»ma) troeki9eu»,n.%., Meek,1870 81-08 

PBnidoendeff/9W«adeiMif,n.a.,Meek,1870 .*. 02-08 

O^Meerypkt (OonoeepkaUtei) Mn^ n. a.. Meek, 1870 03-04 

ea t 

MiBK,F.B. Geology of the Line of the Great Pacific Bailroad. [In a letter to Dr. J. 

J. Bigsby.] <Geological Magazine, Decade I, vol. vii, pp. 163-164. 1870. Lon- 
don, 1870. 

Kotea the fiiaaUs obtained by Mr. Clarence King along the line of the Padfle Ballway. 

* ««*Ai|r, a ohanneli XitAoc, lip. 

120 Bull. 30—5 



66 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL BIUSBUM. 

.69. 

Meek, F. B. A Preliminary List of Foesils collected by Dr. Hayden hi Colorado, New 
Mexico, and California, with Brief Descriptions of a few of the New Species. 
<Proc. Am. Philos. Soc., vol. xi, pp. 425-431. 1870. Philadelphia, 1871. 
Silnrian. Carboniferoos, Jurmssio, Crataoeoiu, sad Tertiary. 

SILURIAN SFBCItS. 

Orthii eohradoentit, n. B., Meek, 1871 42M9I 

BttcdWMtta nana. n. B., Meek, 1871 421 

CBKTACBOUB SPSCIBS. 

Ammanitsi nrratO'earinatui^ ii.B.,Meek, 1871 421MI0 

TBBTIAST SFSCnS. 

Ottrea tolmiteuM, o.a., Meek, 1871 4M 

irntoMUp«oalu«,n.s.,f Meek. 1671 IM 

Oyrtna (Oarbieuia) durJuH, n. •..Meek, 1871 431 

70. 

Meek, F. B. Preliminary notice of a new species of Trimerella from Ohio. <Am. 
Joum. Sci., vol. i, 3d ser., pp. 305-306. 1871. New Haven, 1871. 

Trimerella ohioensie. Bepnblished and illustrated ia Paleoiitol6gy of Ohio (Newbeny). 

71. 

Meek, F. B. On some new Silnrian Crinoids and Shells. <Am. Joam. Soi., vol. ii, 
3d ser., pp. 295-302. 1871. New Haven, 1871, 

Thia artiole oonaUta of descriptions of apeoiet, togelher with aome eztsnded reauiHtt on the 
genas LicbeBootlDna of Hall. 

Page. 

DendrocrinuM tatti, xls.. Meek, 1871 285-916 

LepocrwitM mowrti^ n.s.. Meek, 1871 290-3f7 

AnodonUfptiM t miiUri, n.a., Meek, 1871 297-388 

^nochmloptif f iinionoid««. n. a., Meek, 1871 209 

Remarka on the gesna J!i<eft«no0r<mit 290-4OS 

72. 

BIeek, F. B. Descriptions of new species of invertebrate fossils from the Carbonif- 
eroos and Devonian rocks of Ohio. < Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., vol. xxiii, 
pp. 57-93. 1871. Philadelphia, 1871. 

EchUkoAtrmata. Page. 

DoUUoerinut ornaiu9, n.8., Meek. 1871 57-50 

LamdHbranehUUia. 

Avieuhpeeten erenitiriatui, n.a., Meek. 1871 00-01 

AticulopteUn {t^ebHopteriaf) herturi^ n.8., Meek, 1871 ^ 61-02 

Lueina (Paraevclai) ohioenHs, n. a.. Meek, 1871 02-OS 

[Ptiiodiet^a (Stietopora) ffiWerH*iLB., Meek, 1871 OO-^O*] 

Oonocardium ohioen$e, n.a., Meek, 1871 05-00 

86lenomtfa (janeia) veiutta, n.a., Meek, 1871 00-07 

OKnopittha anUqtta, n.a., Meek, 1871 07-08 

Am^notteMf tandutkifeniit, n.a.. Meek. 1871 08-00 

SanguinoHiMf oMi^imm, n. 8., Meek, 1871 00-70 

AttorUma iSedfnnckiaf) pteurvpittha, n.B., Meek, 1871 70-71 

* Thia deeoription was aooidentally inaerted by Mr. Meek In thia plaoe 



WBITINOS OF F. B. MEEK. 67 

Page. 

O ra mmy siaf rJlomfroufe*, D.S., Meek, 1871 72-73 

Grommyfia renCricofo, ilb.. Meek, 1871 73 

ikuUropoda, 

Platifemraa muUitpinomm, n.s., Meek, 1871 73-75 

PUUjfcera* aUenuatum, iL B., Meek, 1871 75-76 

NatUopsis levis, n. A., Meek. 1871 i... 76 

N9iieop»it (Platyottomat) cequiitritUa, n.s., Meek, 1871 76-77 

Bdierophon ne^i^>erryi, n.8., Meek, 1871 77-78 

Bdleropk»n propinqwuM^ 11.8., Meek, 1871.^. 78 

OydonefnacremtlatOtiLB.^ Meek, 1871 70 

Iton^mahumiUt, D.t., Meek, 1871 ^ 70-80 

Ortlum0manewberry%,n,B., Meek, 1871 81 

lyoeUlrtfAMK^iMi, n.s.. Meek. 1871 82 

2yodk<>Mii«a trieoHiuila, n. •., Meek, 1871 82-84 

PUropoda. 

OMHitoria nticronema, n. B., Meek, 1871 84 

OMtuioria «I<9aAtiaa, n. 8., Meek. 1871 85-86 



OffrtoeeroM ohiomue^ n. B., Meek, 1871 86-87 

Qy roeaxu (Troehoctnu f) ohiomtt^^ ]i.a., Meek, 1871 87-88 

OyroMTW (NautHmtt) i$ulegant, 11.8., Meek, 1871 t 88 

Onutmcem. 

Pro4iwpUmimarffitHM,n.%., Meek, 1871 » 80-81 

DoIrmmmIm oMoMwit, n. 8., Meek,1871 91-83 

73. 

Meek, F. B. Descriptions of new species of fossils from Ohio and other Western 
Slates and Territories. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Soi. Phila., vol. xxiii, pp. 159-184. 
1871. Philadelphia, 1871. 

This paper oontaiiis deeeriptions of foesOe, meetly Carboniferoas, from Ohio, Illiiiols, and 
Texas, with a Melantho and TiTipacns from Wyoming. 

OHIO COLLSCnONS. 

Page. 

JtaMftBOadtfUcoea, n.8.. Meek, 1871 150-160 

PtOotfie^ <Afefofy>ra) eorftoriiiria, n. 8., Meek, 1871 160-161 

ilvimlopaelni Mndutl^Mifif, n. 8., Meek, 1871 161-162 

PCeriiwa(Pteron<fefff)nMoarlam«u, n.8.. Meek, 1871 162-163 

<%;pr<earciMia f eorftonaria, n. 8., Meek, 1871 163-165 

Ailk<fotf««iMdi»Mtn«<«, n.8.. Meek, 1871 165-166 

AslUsMhtf ««Mr<^oiMi<«t, n. 8., Meek, 1871 166 

AOoriMna wmcftsOi, n. 8., Meek, 1871 167-168 

^aorima Mftfncato, n. 8., Meek, 1871 168-160 

Plttl^oftonMi/tH^onMloma, n.8.. Meek, 1871 160^170 

Pte%eera«(OraonyeMaf)Iodim8«, n.8., Meek, 1871 170-171 

Plal^vwtw tottum, n. 8., Meek, 1871 171-172 

Soiop§a(CyeUnu)ruma, TLB., Meet, 1971 172 

O H k0 eera 9r itogramma, n. 8., Meek, 1871 172-178 

ILLIKOXB COLLBCnOirS. 

Agrnplaeif «Ai/>l«Ui, a. 8., Meek, 1871 173-174 

XMWfMina oltenuato, ▼». asnUeoftoto, Meek, 1871 174-175 

Jftfrcftisoiiia o6«o20te, n. 8., Meek, 1871 175 

PfMroComaria texfO^ni, n. 8., Meek, 1871 176-177 

Flmrofcmwria gurUjfi, n. 8., Meek, 1871 177-178 

COLLBCnOKS FBOM MI880UBI, WTOMnrO, TEXAS, STO. 

Awieiilop0ettnrwiUiamH,n.B.,Veek,lsn 178-170 

8pki/9r {Trigonetmaf) teseofiiif, n. a.. Meek, 1871 170-181 



68 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Oamptfloma (JfeiantAo) mocrofpira^ n. B., Meek, 1871 181-182 

Vivipantsfwyomingenti$,n.B.tTd»iikt 1971 182->183 

Itoeardiaf hodg^i, TLB., 'ileeik,19>!l 183-184 

74. 

Meek, F. B. Notice of a new Braoliiox»od, from the lead-bearing rocks at Mine La 

Motto, Missoari. <Proc. Acad., Nat. ScL Phila., vol. xxiii, pp. ld&-187. 4 

woodcuts. 1871. Philadelphia, 1871. 

/ ^•^ 

l^iiifTUJeZto {om^omi, n. ft., Meek, 1871, p. 185, fig. 1 18&-I87 

Xin^uMIa (fovOii (Salter), Davidson, figs. 2 ttpd 8 186-187 

TAngtatpitpinnifmrmii,Ba^fig,i 185-187 

75. 

Mee&, F. B. Descriptions of new Western Palfidozoio fossils, mainly from the Cincin- 
nati Qroap of the Lower Silarian series of Ohio. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 
vol. zziii, pp. 306-336. 1872. Philadelphia, 1871. 

Ailerwatd redesoribed and illuttFated in the Paleontology of Ohio (Newberry). 

Sadiata. 

EchMUHUmuUa. Page. 

Ssteroerinut exiguut, m s., Meek, 1872 806-810 

Heteroerinm tubertuttu, M& W., 1866 810 

PoteriocrinitM (Dendroerinui) dyeri, n. a., Meek, 1872 810-812 

PoUrioorinUei (Dendroerinui) oincmnatiMwif, n. s.. Meek, 1872 812-314 

PoteriocriMts (Dendrocrinut) polydaetyku, Shnmard, sp., 1867 S14 

O^ptoofima dy«ri, n. s.. Meek, 1872 814-810 

Olyptocrinus dyeri^ vmt, nibglobotus, Meek, 1872 816-317 

MoUwtca, 

Pciyzoa, 
PtOodidya (iSlioCopora) ifta/«ri, n. 8., Meek, 1872 817-318 

Braetdopoda. 
lUtzia (TremaU>$pira) gronuHfera, n. •., Meek, 1872 818-319 

Lamettibranehiata, 

Ambonyehia {MegapUra) dUUa, n. s.. Meek, 1872 : 81^-321 

Megamboniajameti, n. 8.. Meek, 1872 821-322 

Sedgufiekiaf/ragilii, n. 8., Meek, 1872 321 

Sedgtciekiaf compretta, n. 8., Meek, 1872 824-32S 

Sedgwickia (Orammytiat) negleeta, n. 8., Meek, 1872 825-320 

DoUMbraf cannata, n. 8., Meek, 1872 t 826-327 

Oardiomorpharr obliqvMta, n. 8., Meek, 1872 

Gfcwteropodo. 
Maeroeheiiut kUppartit n. 8., Meek, 1872 

Cephalopoda. 

Orthoeeroi ortonit n. 8., Meok,1872 336-381 

AriiculattL 

Oruitaooa. 

Oythere cineinnatiennit^ n. s., Meek, 1872 831-332 

Ceratiocaris (Oolpocarit) bradUyi, n. 8., Meek, 1872 832-333 

OeratiocarU (Colpoearit) elytroides, n. 8., Meek, 1872 384 

Ceratiocarii (Solenocarit) strigata, n. 8., Meek, 1872 386 

ArchcBOcarit vermiformit, n. b., Meek, 1872 835 336 

76. 

Meek, F. B. Descriptions of some new types of PalsBozoic shells. <Am. Jomn. 
Conch., vol. vii, pp. 4-10. 1 plate. 1871-1872. Philadelphia, 1872. 
Carboniferoae and CretAceonst Genera Promaoms, Prothyria. 

SanguinolUet, McCoy * 4 

QubgeanM Promacruti Meek,1871 «. •...••...• •• 4-« 



WBITTK08 OF F. B. MEEK. 69 

Pige. 

A (Pro m a er uM) nanUut^ n. s., Meek, WU pi i flg. 1 

S. (P^wnMMntf) miMowimffii, SwaUow, 1860, pL i, fig. 2 ^7 

PmtJkyrw, Meek, 1800 8 

P. rf«^iM. n. 8., Meek. 1871, pL i, flg. 3 8-0 

MarUtiaf rcBMlm, d. s., Meek, 1871, pL i, flgt. 4, 4 a 0-10 

77. 

Meek, F. B. List of Carboniferons fossils from West Virginia, with descriptions of 
new species. < Appendix B, Report of Begents of West Virginia University 
for 1870, pp. 67-73 or 1-7. 1871. Wheeling, 1871. 

Page. 

jr<(Mr«Mlono&M>2cf««,n.s., Meek. 1871 6 

Nutuiaf anodonU>ideM,n.t^,yit)ek,l»Jl &-« 

FoUia «teM9Won», Q. B., Meek, 1871 6 

Totdia (Paknneiof) eorlnmana, n. a.. Meek ^7 

PJUI%»tia «f«vrvi«(mt, n. 8., Meek, 1871 7 

78. 

Mkkk, F. B. Remarks on theGenns Lichenocrinns. ^Aun. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 
4, vol. viii, pp. 341-345. 1871. London, 1871. 

A reprint fh>iQ Amer. Joarn. Soi. & Arte, 1871. See entry nomber 71. 

79. 

Mkkk, F. B. Supplementary note on the Genns Lichenocrinns. <^Ann. and Mag. Nat. 
Hist., ser. 4, vol, ix, pp. 247-248. 1872. London, 1872. 

An additional description of the characters of Lichenoorinas, fonnded on a nnmber of fraah 
qMclmene. The author conolndee that it is an aberrant type of Cyetoidea. representing a 
distinct family. See entry nnmber 80. 

80. 

Mkkk, F. B. Supplementary Note on the Genns Lichenocrinns. <[Am. Joum. Sci. , vol. 
iii,3d ser., pp. 15-17. 1872. New Haven, 1872. 

This is supplementary to the article at page 290 of vol. ii. See entry numbers 71 and 79. 

81. 

Mkkk, F. B. Descriptions of two new starfishes, and a Crinoid, from the Cincinnati 
groap of Ohio and Indiana. <Am. Jonm. Sci. , vol. iii, 3d ser. , pp. 257-262. 1872. 
New Haven, 1872. 

Th«w deacriptionfi, with illustrations, are republished in the Paleontology of Ohio (New- 
berry). 

Page. 

PlBto«M«r; dywrt, n. 8., Meek, 1872 257-258 

J8l«MMt«- ^mwdw, n. 8.. Meek, 1872 258-259 

ei^CoerintM 5am, n. 8., Meek, 1872 260-261 

Note on the Genus Xieft^noerinttf 261-262 

82. 

Hkxk, F. B. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils fh>m the Cincinnati Group of 
Ohio. <Am. Jonm. ScL, vol. iii, 3d ser., pp. 423-428. 1872. New Haven, 1872. 

These have since been redescribed and figured in the Paleontology of Ohio (Newberry). 

Page. 

AnomaloeyttUeM (AtOtocyitiUt f) balanoidst, n. s., Meek. 1872 423-424 

l>Blm«mlM eorltfyi, n. 8.. Meek, 1872 424-426 

Proetiai!pttr(oeU,n. s., Meek, 1872.* 426-428 



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83. 

Mk£K, F. B. Desoriptions of a few new species and one new genus of Silurian fonsils 
from Ohio. <Am. Jonrn. Sci., vol. iv, 3d ser., pp. 274-281 1872. New Haven, 
1872. 

Genus Dioraniscas, afterward fblly deeoribed and illoatrated in the Paleontology of Ohio 
(Kewberry). 

Page. 

Protatter f granulifenu, n.8..Meek, 1872 J74-275 

PakB<uUr inct*mptu»,n. a., Meek, 1872 275-277 

/MyneftotMOtf «M{j7la0ta var. MoMno, Meek, 187t 277-278 

Pl0urotonu»ria(8c<UiiMf)tropidoph4fra,iLB,^UMik,lg!2 278-27» 

*i>»«rafi»«etM; n. g., Meek, 1872 27J^-380 

i>.or«on»,n.e.,Meek,1872 280-281 

84. 

Mebk, F. B. Preliminary Paleontological report consisting of lists of fossils, with 
descriptions of some new types, &c. <Prelim. Rep. U. S. Geol. Snrv. of Wyoming 
and Portions of Contiguous Territories, pp. 287-318. 1870. Washington, 1871. 
Siloilan, Carboniferoos, Jurassio, Cretaoeons, and Tertiary, Genera Arcopagella, Craaaatol- 
Una, Lepteathee, Pyrgolifeia. 

Pago. 

General remarks 287-SK 

PyrgnUfera, n. g.. Meek, 1871 2M 

UsUoffoaailaooUeoted 295-289 

Descriptions of new species and genera 299-S18 

CABBONVBBOUS 8PBGIB8. 

P*»>. 

Vdmondia iMpMMsaflMmt, n. a., Meek, 1871 299-800 

* CBITACBOUB FOBMB. 

Oro#»at«ttma,n.g., Meek, 1871 800,801 

ao6Jo»v«.n.s.,Meek,1871, figs. A & B, p. 801 * 801 

Paehymyaf trufMoto, n. «., Meek, 1871 801-809 

/noo«ramta oUut, n. s., Meek, 1871 808-808 

Unio (BapAiaf) fM6ra«e«vm«, n. s.. Meek, 1871 808 

Area; parottrfo, n. s., Meek. 1871 80S-804 

yoWto mverodonto, n. s., Meek, 1871 804 

CtorMcttte noccrii*, n. s.. Meek, 1871 804-805 

aM*iouto;«i6tivonaiw,n.s., Meek, 1871 805-806 

Oardium pauptreulum, n. s.. Meek, 1871 806 

Cterdiufn(Prolo«ardia)«alifM9fwe,n.B., Meek, 1871 806-807 

Oatrdiwm iantatente, n. ■., Meek, 1871 807-808 

JfiM<ra/ea«l9neiim,n.B., Meek, 1871 806 

J.reopay0lIa, n. g., Meek, 1871 808 

^. maetrouiM, n. 8., Meek, 1871, figs. A and B, p. 300 80^.^10 

TslKna ««6««ieifto, n. B., Meek, 1871 810 

TopM loyomin^enm, u. B., Meek, 1871 810-811 

i;«pto«o(en eonrodi, n. B., Meek, 1871 811-812 

^n<«oinyon«en(ral«,n.s.. Meek, 1871 81S 

2\«rriteUa tonwuenm, n. 8., Meek, 1871 812-818 

2\<fdo mud^sama, n. 8., Meek, 1871 318 

TBBTLUkT SP1CIS8. 

l7ii<oI«»ntt*,n.s., Meek, 1871 818-8U 

IT. tMi«ftaA:i«iwu,n.s.^ Meek, 1871 1 814 

a)r6<cute;/hi«to,n.s.,Meek,18n 814-81S 

Gor&ie«to0raMa(«tt<A»«mw.n-a-.Meek.l871 SlS-316 

(7(mu>6am «Afy«a^»«, n. 8., Meek, 1871 816 

Oontodom nodu^/'«m, n. 8., Meek, 1871 316-817 

Bythin4Uagr4>garia, IX. B.,^wik, 19^1 817*818 

* Diminutive of 6iKpayo% a two-pronged fork. 



WUTUOS OF F. E. UESK. 71 



85. 

MuK, F. B. Preliminary list of the fossils collected by Dr. Hayden's exploring ex- 
pedition of 1871 in Utah and Wyoming Tenitories, with descriptions of a few new 
species. <Prelim. Bep. of U. S. OeoL Snnr. of Montana and portions of adjacent 
Territories. [Report for 1871,] pp. 373^377. 187S. Washing^n, 187S. 

Pftg6. 

SQarisafiMaOt 87S 

CarbonifeitNis foMUt SI8-874 

PlmJiferimitm (ButlmdMr im ut) m g mtm m a m i it, n. s., MMk^ltn 878-374 

Jmsasle ipsolM 874-87S 

Awieuiop^m {P$tudawionoHMmdakomiiii,u,^,,M9aL,lgn 874-87S 

C ^ atsi U Q U i ipt ri ei 875-87S 

OMrMtiiri«MMicGsbb!f 875 

Ammimf gr^pkfurkvmekm,n.B„MBA,Wn 87fr^e 

TtttlMyspMiM 87« 

MMfjLt F. B. Beport on the Paleontology of Eastern Nebraska, witb some remarks 
on the Carboniferous rdcks of that district. <FinAl Bep. of the U. 8. Oeol. Snrv. 
•f NebxaskA and portions of the a^aoe^t Territories, pp. 83-839. 11 plates. 
Washington, 1872. 

Carboniferoiu foMlls only. Oenot Bbomboporft. 

Page. 

Introduetory renksrks 88 

Statement of s boring BMde in the MiMCinri TsU«y St OoMhs City, by the Union Pacifle 

Bailroad Company, itartlng 88 feet above low* water mark of the HiaMmii 87-88 

Seetkm of beds expooed at BeUeToe, with an ennmeratlon of the foeaila found in eaoh . . 88 

Section of the beds expoaed on the north aide of Platte RlTor, between three and four 

mHaa from It* month, with an ennmeration of the foaafla fonnd In eaoh bed 80-01 

Seetioo of the beds exposed at Plattamonth, with the names of the fossils foond In 

eaeh 88 

Seetlflii sf the beds exposed at Book Blnilf; on the Mlssoorl, with a statement of the 

fossils fonnd hi eaeh 8fr^ 

Seetfoa of the lecks seen at Cedar Bloir 88 

SsetSoB at Wyoming, with an enomemtkm of the fanbedded IImsIIs 88 

SeetloB aft Beeaett's mill 180 

Seetion of beds e xpo se d at the Nebraska City landing, with an ennmeration of the 

fossOs ftmnd in eaeh ! 181-108 

Seetion limkl 81 miles dae west of Kebraska City 186 

Mr. Croxtan's boring at Kebraska City 106-107 

Seetion of the beda expooed at Otoe City 107-188 

Seetloosof thoTarioasbcds exposed at Brownrille 110 

SeetioBs one and a half miles below Brownrille lU-llS 

Sections of beds exposed at AspinwaU 112-118 

'SrelioB two miles shore BnH on the Missouri U4 

Shaft snd boring oas and one>foorth miles aoath of Bnlo 116 

S se t io n of a boring two mllea south of Saint Joseph, 60 feet shore high water of the 

Missouri U7-118 

Ssetion of the roeks exposed at BlTsrsltle, Kaasss, sad slong the rirer bluff between 

•here and the Atohison Landing 111^120 

Boring at Atehison, Kansas, oommeneing 22| feet shore high- water mark of the Mis- 
souri ; made bj the Atehison Coal Company, 188^'66 121-122 

Taholar list, illustrsting the geological and geographical range of the fossils of Eastern 

N^tsska 124-127 

BsBMfks on the probability of flndiog valuable beda of coal within profltable working 

distance of the snrfhce In Bsstem Nebraska 134-188 

MsoBimoiis or rossna. 

^sfwnuivirrA. 
FutuUna, FIsehsr. 
HcyiiiidKea, Fischer, 1887, pLi,flg.2;pLii,flg.l;pLT,flgs.&s,»;pLTil,flgs.8s,».. 140-141 

tea. 

P«%P«. 

JUkMnfagMrn, Meek, n. g., 1872 141 

£l9tfMlMdroiiiccn.s., Meek, 1872, pLrii, figs. 2 •y 141-148 

Fi ti t iM gfr m, McCoy 148 



72 BULLfiTlN NO. M, tJNIt£D STAtBd KAtlOKAL lt08£mt 

l'.iiotftil(/'fra,]i.i., Meek, 1872, pLr. figs. 5 A-d 143-141 

Syringopora, Ck>ldfii88 144 

i9. micttattmtiaia, MoChemey, 1860, pi i, fl|et.5a^ 144 

Lophophytlum, Edwards & Haime 144 

L.prolifsrum, MoChesney, sp., 1800, pL v, flgB.4a,6 144-145 

OafiipopAyllum, Edwards & Haime 141 • 

O. torguium, Owen, sp., 1852, pLi,figs. Iff-d 145-141 

i?Kwcrfnia,M.AW 141 

j9.^/pia, M. &W., 1866,pLi.ilgs.3a,6,Midflg. I,p.l40 14^117 

SeapMoeHnui, B^ 147 

S. f hm»itphcBricu$^ Sbumaid, sp., 1858, pL ▼, ilgs. la,b; pL vli, flgs. 1 a-e, wad flg.2, 

p. 148 147-149 

Zeaerinutt Troost 14» 

Z. f muorotpima, MoCbeBney, 1800, pi. t, flg8.2a-0 148-160 

Eupaehyerinua, M. A. W 160 

£. Mmi0oni«, White & St John, 1860, figs. 8 and 4 a-<i, ^. 150 150-151 

ArdUBoeidorit, McCoy 161 

^.flfismwla, n.s., Meek, 1872, pLi, flgs. Oo-e 161-lSS 

.Sdeidoris, Desor t 161 

S.kaUkmui, Oeinits, I860. pL tU, flgs. Oo-d ! IS 

MoOutoa. 

Poftytoa, 

JVnsftoSa, Lonsdale ^f^^ 18J 

FmuiMa, sp.. pL i, figs. 4 a, » ^ 152-158 

F, thwmatdi. Front f, 1858, pL vll. figs. 3a-0 158-164 

Pofypora, MoCoy , 184 

P.«uMi»afyimila,n.s., Meek, 1872, pL Til, flga. 7 a, fr 154-156 

Po^Kporo, sp. nndtrMeek, pL yii, figs. 6 IK 

aynodadia. King 18« 

S, Mftfriolif, Swsllow, 1858, pL vii, flgs. 5a-« MO-IW 

GUtuconom$, Goldftass IW 

6f. erOiiMato, Meek, n. s.. 1872, pL vii, flgs. 4 o-d - 157-158 

Srtu hi opodM* 

JMfvuldK Bmgni^re , 1« 

i;.S0O<i0a, Tar. iMfrroMMM^ Meek, 1872, pLviii, flgs. 8 «,fr 188 

OrbieuIoidM,d:Orbigny ^ IM 

OrfriMiioidM,sp.,pLiT,flg.8 - 158-160 

iVod««fiM,Sowerby «. IM 

P.eoffCatM,Sow9rbytfsp.,1827,pLTi,flgs.0«,» ^ 16^108 

P. ftm<f«lietiia<u«, Martin, sp.. 1800, pL y, flgs. 7 a, fr 100-161 

P.fcm^ifl»inia,Sowerby,fl814,pLvi,flg.7,andpLvlii.flg8.6a-s 161-168 

P. proltonumiM, Norwood, 1854 ,pL ii, flgs. 5 a-«, pL v, fig. 18, and pL viii, flgs. 10 a, b.. 168-164 

P.lMrten«{«,n.8.,Meek,1872,pLi,flgs.l4a.«,«idpLTiitflgs.0a-d 164-165 

P.fM&r«U00n«»t,Owen,1852,pLii,flg.2,pLiT,flg.6,andpLT,flgs.lla-e 16fr-167 

P. tifmmutrieut, MoChesney, 1860, pL t, flgs.6 a. 6, awl pL Tiii, flg. 18 167-168 

Pjmn«to(itf,Martin,sp.,1800,pLii.flg.6,andpLiT,flg.5 _. 160 

OiUMMtot, Fischer 170 

a v^rtMuaiano, Norwood & Pratten, 1854, pL i, fl^k 10 «, b 170 

Cgromulifera, Owen, 1855. pL iv, flg. 0, pi. vi, flg. 10, pL viii, flg. 7 170-171 

a glabra, Geinits. 1866, pLiv. flg. 10, pL Tiii, flgs. 8 a, 6 in-172 

OrfMf, Dalman ^ 178 

O.earftonaria, Swallow, 1858, pLi, flgs. 8 a-«.... ^ ^ 173 

HemiproniUt .^ 178 

JET. cra«ffw«.M.&H.. 1858, pLT, flgs. 10 o-e, and pL Tiii. fig. 1 174-175 

JfscWla, White 4t St John - ^ 175 

Jf. itriaUhcottaia, Cox, sp., 1857, pL t, figs. 12 •-«, and figs. 6 a, &, and 6, p. 175 175-177 

Hyntrislatma,U.ScW « 177 

& JUm^pKeata, Hall, sp., 1852, pL Ti, figs. 1 a, 6, and pl.Tiii, figs. 12 a, b, and figs. 7 o-e, 

figs. 8 «^ 6, p. 177 177-178 

Bhynehonetta^Fiacher 170 

JLo«v«uif,SwaUow,1858,pLi,flgs.0a,&.andpLTi,flgs.2a,6 170-180 

^(Ayri#,MoCoy ^ 180 

^.fub<aaa,HaU,sp.,1852,pLi,flg.l2,pLT,flg.8,andpLTiii,flg.4.... 180-181 

JMcia.King « 181 



WJUT1M08 OF F. B. ICEXK. 73 

&jMiie<M2/«ra,Shii]nazd,1858,pLiilg.l8,AiidpLT,flg.7 ; 181-18t 

Bpirifer, Howerby 188 

&«Mn«ra«ti«,l£orton,183e,pLTtflg.l2,uidpl.Tlii,flg.l5 183-184 

& (Martima) pUmoeoHMXut, Shomwd, 1866, pL ir, flfa. 4 a, 6, aod pLyiii,figft.2 a»6.. 184-186 

4niV«rina. d'Orbigny 186 

i8LteiAidbMuit,SbiiiiiArd.l865,pLTLflgB.3a-<I,aiidpLvlii.flgt.Ua,» 186-186 

7«r0frralii2a. Llhwyd 187 

r. 6ot<dMi«, Morton, 1836, pLi figs. 7 a-d, and pLii,flg. 4 187-188 

Xmha, Bmgnltev 188 

2;.r»fi/'«ra,ShiinMid,1889,pLix,fig.6 188-180 

Enioiium,Ueek 188 

X.a9ieMlfffMm, Swallow, ip.. 1868, pLix,flg8. 11 »-/. 189-191 

AwietdopeeUn, McCoy 191 

^oM«d«iilaii«.Shamaid,sp.,18&&,pLix,ilg.lO 191-198 

^.iM9l0ef««,6eSnits,gp.,1866^pLlx,flgs.la,fr 198 

ii.ear6on%r«ni«, Stevens, sp., 1868, pL It, fig. 8 and pL ix,flg8.4a,fr 198-196 

^. «•*««<. n.».,Heek, 1872, pLir.flgL 11 0-0 196 

Xe»xaiMtf,H.&W.,1860,pLU, flgs.2a,6 196 

^vienIopiiMM, Meek 197 

iL.am«r»Mna. Meek, 1867, pLix, figs. 12 o-d 197-198 

Pinma, Linnsne 198 

P.peraeuia, Sbamard, 1868, pLri, flg.ll a,6 198 

^vioOa (Klein), Brag .*. 199 

^. Ioii^,6einits,*p..l806,pLiz,flg.8 199 

A.ftukata, Gelnits, 1868, pLiz, flg.9 200 

PiMMdoiiMmoMf , Beyrich 200 

i'*««domoju>«M.Bp..pl.ii,flg.ll 200-201 

P.mdiaia. Phillips ffsp., 1834, pLix. fig. 8 201 

Mpaii$ta, deKoninck 201 

Jf.[/J««ilto»i,McChesney, 1880, pLix,flgs.7«^6 201-202 

jr.ni69«iadr(ito,Shnmard,1866,pLiT,flg.l2andpLix,flg.6 202-203 

Jfuewio, liSnMtfok 203 

jr.6^ric*i, v.8chaiirotbfl854, pLx,flg.l8 203-204 

jr.MtilrieoM,Hall,1868,pLx,flgs.l7»-e 204-205 

roW«i.MSIler 206 

r.ni6M;iliito,M.&H.,fl868,pLx,flg.l0 206-206 

irnMOMM. Link 206 

Jf.6«aufrialayar. ottmnote, pL x, flga 11 a, 6 206-207 

Jfacrodon. Lyoett 207 

jr.tefiicMrio(a,M.&W.,1807,pi.x,flga.20,a,6 207-208 

&JU»MNcff,King 208 

«. ettrtitf,M.&W.,f 1866, pLx, figs. 13 a-e(d#),« 208-209 

^.wAMleri, Swallow, sp.. 1862, pLx, figs, lo-d (and #»/!) 20»-210 

i8eUtodtMMUidi.pLx,flg.2 210-211 

ModiaHa, Lamaruk 211 

jr.;««MI»p<iea,Meek,1867. pLx,flg.6 211-212 

PImcropAortM, King 212 

P.oUoi^ut, n.s.,Meek8,1872,pLx,flg. 4«-e 212 

P.oeeMUntaUt, M.&H.. 11868, pLx, fig. 12 212-213 

iPdoMMidia, de Koninck 213 

£.r^/li»a, n.B..Meek,1872,plz, figs.6a, (, andpLlT, flg.7f... 213-214 

Ji. fplo*ran.s., Meek, 1872, pLx, figs. 7 a. 6 214 

£.fii«»nMemf<f,<}einits,8p., 1866,pLx, flgs.8a,6 214-216 

J?.Mi6fnMicatan.s.. Meek,1872,pLii,flg.7 216-218 

B. atpiiMoatttmit, Meek, 1871, pLiv, flg|L2a-0 216 

CAonomya, M.&H ^ 210 

aiMM9MoonA«fwit,M.&H., 1868, pLii, flg.9 216-217 

C. m< nd to A a, SwaUow. sp.. 1858. pL ^ flgs. 13 a, 6 217 

^BoriMM^ King 217 

^.(S0d^widfcia)r«/l«ra,n.s.. Meek, 1872, pLx.flg. 15 217-218 

A. (8ed^wiekia)geinitzU,U^)L, 1867, pLx,flg8.16a, b 219 

A.{8idgw%ekian9uM«gon9n.B., Meek, 1872, pl.x, flg. 14 220 

^. (iS0d^«0»etia) prMOM, Shnmard, sp., 1858. pL ii, fig. 8 220-221 

il.«iidewMate,M.&H., 1868,pLii,flgs.lOa, 6 221-222 



74 BULLETIN NO. 30, T7KITED STAOlSfi NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

ProOprit, Heek tSZ 

P. il^^otw, Meek, 1871, pL X, flgaOo, b 228 

SoUnoptit, McCoy ' » 

J9.«ol0iMmfM. Oeiiiits,ep.,1860.pLx,flg.8 238-224 

OatUropoda^ Cnvier. 

IhntaUum, LinnsBiu 22ft 

2>. medtianum, Gelnlto. 1866, pl.xi, figs. 16a, 6 Sli 

Betf«ropA(m, Hontfort 22ft 

B, earb<mariu»,CoXt 1857, pLiv, flg.l6, pLxi, figs. Ua-e 

B. mon^orHantu, Norwood A, PnkUen, 1865, pLxi, fig. 15, Midl2f 

B. mareottioniM, Gelnitt, 1866, pL iv. fig. 17, and pL xi, flgi. 18 «» 6 226-227 

B. perearinatuB, Conmd, 18ft2, pL xl, fig. 14 227 

Piolytftfnw, Connd 227 

P. fMfrni#o0tMi«, n. s., Hoek, 1872, pL iv, figs. 15 a, 6 227-228 

Macroeksihia, PhiUipa 228 

Jf.intoreatemTar.imidkeUtM,H.ftW., 1860,pLTi,fig.8 228 

Orth4mema,M.ScW 228 

O.MifttMntote, Oeinits, sp., 1866, pLxi,fig.lO 

Adit, Lovea 

A. »w€Mtmtma, Geinits, sp., 1866, pt xi, figs. 7 a, ft A.. 

StraparoUus, Mtmttort 280 

8. (JBuont]^u»iu») rugotui, Hall, 1858, pL vi, figs. 5 a, &, and pL xi, figs.4 «» h 230-231 

Phurototnaria, Defoance 281 

P. ftoydeniarM, Oeinite. ite, pL xi, fig. 5 281 

P. |MrJkiim«roM, n. s., Meek, 1872, pL !▼, figs. 18 a, 6 282 

P.ifiomala,ii.8., Meek, 1872, pLW, fig. 14 

P. pmyviUtfiuif, Norwood ftPratten, 1855, pLxl, fig. 0..... 

P. mareouiana, Geinits. 1866, pLxi, fig.8 

P.fuMMttfMla, Geinits. 1866, pLxi, fig. 10 

JfureAtsonio, de Veneoil 

Jf . )M6nwe«n«it, Geinits, 1866, pLxi, fig. 6 

Oephalopodit, 

OrtAootrot, Anot 

O. eri6ro«um, Geinits, 1866, pL xi, figs. 18 a, ft 

NautUuit Linn 

^r.oeeidmtelw, Swallow. 1868. pLxi, fig. 17 

i^.lMm4i«ro«t««,Wliite, M.S.. 1872,pLiii,figs.7a, fr 286 

ArtieuUUa. 
Oru*tae$a. 

Oifthsre, Mftller 287 

O. fMbroMMMit, Geinits, 1866, pLxi, figs. 2; and 8 a, ft/ 287 

Oythtr^ sp..pLxi, flgs.la-d S87 

PAiKiiMta, Portlock 887 

PAitt<iMta,8p., Geinits. 1866, pL Hi, figs. la, 6 ?. 287-288 

P.Mitula, M4tW., 1865, pLvi. fig. 288 

P. fiu^, Shumard, 1858, pL iii, figa.2a-e 28^-289 

Meek, F. B. [Geological reports on Miller, Morgan, and Saline Coanties, Miaaourl.] 
<Report8 on the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, 1855-71, by G. C. 
Broadhead, F. B. Meek, and B. F. Shumard, chapters vii-ix, pp. 111-188. Jeffer- 
son City, 1873. 

Geological maps of Miller and Morgan Ck>onties acco m pany these repcrts. 
ChaptbbYII. 

Miller County 112 

Streams 112 

Springs 114 

Timber 115 

Geological straotore of Miller Coonty 115 

Qaatemary system.— AUnvinm 117 

Carbonifeioas system 118 

Lower Silurian rooks.—Saocharoldal sandstone .••... 118 



wBrmros of f. a meek. 75 

Paca* 

118 

~ va 

Third magniiiaTi Um— tone 128 

Third aaadstone 197 

Poarth uftgiiesiaa UmMtoiie 127 

XMOotnloal teolofy 128 

9oll« eUsju tor the maimfkotore of brick* 138 

Building atooM 128 

Road material, Bmaatona tor qaickliiDe,aaad 120 

Ironora 130 

Land Ill 

Coal 183 

SolphAtoofhwTte 188 

CHAmBYin. 

Morgan County 186 

Springa 180 

Streama 187 

Timber 188 

Geologioal atroctore 188 

Qnatomary ayatam.— AUarinm 180 

Carbtmiferona rooka.— Coal moaaorea 140 

Snerinitel UmeaioiM 140 

Chootoan limeatone 141 

SOiiriAn ayatom 141 

Flrat mftgnoaian Umoatooa 141 

Saoeharoidal aandatone 143 

Sooond raftgnoaian limeatoBO 148 

Second aandatone 144 

Third mafcneaian limcatone 148 

Third aandatone 147 

Fourth magnedan Umeatone 148 

Xconcoical geidogy 140 

SaOa '. 140 

Caal 140 

Laad 153 

Iron ore 186 

HcATyapar '158 

Baflding materiel 158 

CbaftuIZ. 

BaUnaCoonty 167 

Streama 158 

Timber 150 

Geological atmotore 180 

Qoatarnary depoaita 181 

AUoThunoftheMiaaoariSlata 161 

Btaffor Loeaa Depoait 181 

Drift 182 

Carbonifarova roeka.— Coel meaaorea 188 

Fermginoiia aandatone 172 

AnhimedeaUmeatone 172 

IncrinitBl limeatone 178 

Chontaoa Umeatone 174 

Cooper marble '. 178 

Semi-ciystaUine limeatone 178 

saurian ajatem '. 178 

Trenton limeatone f 178 

SaochanUdal aandatone 178 

Economical geology 170 

Sofl 170 

Coel 180 

Building atone 180 

Limeatooee for making lime, aand, cbiya for brioka, &c 181 

8pri«ga 181 



76 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

88. 

Mb£K, F. B. Spergen Hill fossils identified among specimens from Idaho. <Am. 
Journ. Sci., vol. v, 3d ser., pp. 383, 384. 1873. New Hayen, 1873. 

The author identifles, among some collections made by Prof. F. H. Bradley, some of tbe mi- 
nute species of Mollnsca, for which the locality in Washington County, Tudtana, known as 
Spergen Hill, is noted. A list of the species identified is given, but no disonssion of them Is 
made. 

89. 

Mbbk, F. B. Preliminary Paleontological Report, consisting of lists and deecriptions 
of fossils, with remarks on the ages of the rocks in which they were found, &c.f 
&c <8ixth Ann. Report of the U. S. Geol. Survey of the Territories, pp. 431-5ia 
1873. Washington, 1873. 

C^enera Admetopsis, Velatella. 

Page. 

General remarks 431 

Silurian age 431-432 

Carlxmiferons age 432-434 

Jurassic age 434-435 

Cretaceous age 435-438 

Section f^m about 1| miles northeast of Coalville, in a northwesterly direction, to 

Echo Canon, flg. 52 43*440 

Section of the rocks exposed on Sulphur Creek, near Bear Biver, Wyoming, fig. 53 451-452 

Tertiary age 463 

Liste of fossils collected 463 

J)e$criptuM9 qfneto tpedu qf/oaUg, 

8ILUKIAN FOBMS. 

JpAidsa(ff)««ilp«ttit,n.s., Meek, 1878. 4TO 

A9aphu* (Megalaapitf) gonioegrcui, n. s., Meek, 1873 480 

Bathyurus9erratui,n.B., Meek. 1873 480-183 

^. f JUiydmi, n. s.. Meek, 1878 482-484 

BathffureUui (Atpitctu) bradUyi, n.s.. Meek, 1873 484-485 

Conoeofyphe (Ptychopnria) gaUoHnenns, n.s.. Meek, 1878 485-487 

CRBTACEOU8 FOBMB. 

Offrea M>2eni«cta, Meek, 1870 487-488 

Ottrea anominidei, n. s., Meok, 1873 488 

Avieuta (Pteudoptera) propleura, n.s., Meek, 1878 48*400 

AvictUa {PietuiopUra rhytophora, n.s., Meek, 1873 490-481 

AvietUa (Oxytoma) gattrodet, n.s., Meek, 1873 401-498 

Modiola (BraehydonitM) muUUinigera, n.s., Meek, 1873 492-493 

Tirapezium mieronema, n.s., Meek, 1873 ^13 

Oorbicula (VeloriHna) in/f«ra. n. s., Meek, 1873 403-494 

Oorbieula (Oyrena f) »eeuri$, n.s.. Meek, 1873 494-495 

OoHrietUa trquilaUralis, n.s., Meek,1873 496 

Oyrena earUUmi, n.s., Meek, 1873 495-496 

PAarsfla f p«ifei, n. s.. Meek, 1873 498 

Chrbulanematophora, n.B., Meek, 1873 490-487 

J^^rOina (i>o«tio ;) 6«ttat«to, n. s., Meek, 1878 497-496 

N€riHna(Do$tiar)paUWormU,n.B.,Meek,lS^ 498-499 

Keritina (DoatUi f) earditoides, iL B., Meek,1873 499 

NerUina{NerUsUa)bannitUri,n.B., Meek, 1873 49»-5O0 

NeriHna (KeriUUa) pitum, n.s.. Meek, 1873 500 

JVmtinapit^ormit, U.S., Meek, 1873 •. 60*-601 

^<«»»ts«« ; r^omdoidw, n. s.. Meek. 1878 601 

AdmeU f ifregaria, n.s., Meek, 1873 601-008 

AdfMte f autfutiformit, n.s., Meek, 1873 60S 

2V«rraeHo<HMrf«a(«Mi*,n.s., Meek, 1878 602-509 

TttrriUUa tpironema, n.s.. Meek, 1873 603-504 

Turriidla (AeUt f) micronema, n.s.. Meek, 1873 604 

Fumu {Neptunea f)gablnf n.s., Meek, 1873 604-606 

Fu9Ui (Neptunea f) utahmuis, n.s., Meek, 1878 606 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 17 

2WiomlIa (OUmmittia f) eoaivOlMMit, n.f., Meek, 1978 605-60S 

* .BviMnaAmitmla. n. B.. Meek,1878 606 

Smtima tfftryMrfw.H'S.. Meek, 1873 600 

Xvii maf ineontpieiM^ 0.8., Meek, 1878 607 

JMmnfnw OMtiTiuif. n. B., Meek. 1873 607 

F«lMitoiMna,iL8., Meek,1878 i 607 

PftyMOtrltftoni, 11.8., Meek, 1878 606 

Sp0eiMfromthsBi*UrOr§tkMrUa. 

OfCTM «0yof}iiii90iMi«, Meek, 1872 608-800 

AnonUa (PlamimoptU t) gr^itkorh^neui. Meek, 1871 600-6U 

0(>rbieuU(Vaoritina)e^th4r\f^>nni»,M.SLBL,l99b 511 

OoHriada f frada, rxr. erauitueula. Meek, 1873 61!^-518 

Oo<riiemia(YdoriHna)bawi^$Uri,JL».,M9ek,imZ 618 

OM-frula imd^/lms, n. a., Meek, 1878 613-614 

0»r6«to(rop»dof»*ora,iL8.,Meek,1873 614-615 

0<»iM>fra«i«/injei^pla,D.8.,Meek,1873 615-510 

Jfelcniia (Gkmioku^) wyomtn^fiMif, n. •., Meek, 1878 610 

2Vrtiary /ormt. 

PJ^^ 6ri49«rwuit. n. s.. Meek, 1873 516-517 

Limnaa {LktmophyMt) compaetOit, Tx. B,, Meek,1878 617 

i*i9a/M^i,ii.e., Meek, 1878 617-518 

90. 

UsxK, F. B. Descriptions of Invertebrate fossils of the Silurian and Devonian sys- 
tems. <Geol. Snrv. of Ohio, vol. i, part ii. Palojontolo^, pp. 1-243, plates 1-23, 
and 3 plates of diagram^ of Crinoids. 1873. Columbus, 1873. 

FOOSILO or THB CXVCIHKATI QBOUP. 

OrmaidM, P^Ke* 

HtterocHnut, Hall, 1847 * 1-2 

H. eonttrictuM, Hall, 1866, pL I, flga. 10 a, 6 (and 11 f) 8-5 

H. mbOwi, H»nf 1868, pi. i, flg. 12 5-7 

m Hmplw, Han, 1847, pL i, flga. 4 a, 5; 5 a, 5 (with 6 a„6 and 7 0-0/) 7-10 

H.juvemit, Hall, 1868, pi. i, flita. 8a-c 10-12 

^.iUtorodae^Iitf, Hallt 1847, pLi, flga. la, 6 (and 2a, 6 f) 12-14 

^.loana. Hall,1872,pLi, flga.8tt, 5 14,15 

J7. (JoeriiMtf) ni60ra«tut, M. and W., 1865, pL i, flga. a, 6 15-17 

-4noii%ato«ri»«#,M. and W., 1868 17 

A. «i«ttfwa, M. and W., 1866, pL ii, flga. 6 ch/. 17-20 

PcUrioerinite*, Miller, 1821 20 

Snbgenua (Dendrocnnut) Hall, 1862 20 

P. (Dendrocrinut) eineifmatieruii, l£eek, 1872, pi. ill bia, flga. 6 a, 6 20-28 

P. (Dendroerinua) pdydaetyUu, Shomard, ap. 1867, pL iii bia, flg. 22 

P. (DMMiroermM) iKMfieta, Hall, 1872, pL Ui bia, flga. 4 a-e 22-24 

P. {Dendroerinv*) dyeri. Meek, 1872, pLiUbia. flga. 3a, ft 24-25 

P. (DMuiroenntw) ea<ftiMtt«, Hall, 1866, pL 8 bia, flga. i, a-d 26-27 

P.(DMM{roonfiiw)oaMi.Meek,1871,pLiiibia,figa.2a-« 28-80 

O^jrtooriniit, Han, 1847 80 

6.<iaea<fac<yIiM, Han, 1847, pLii,flg8.5a.d 80^ 

G.<ty«ri,M©ek, 1872,pl.ii,flg8. a,6 82-34 

6.(^«KTar.fu6-9{o6oM», Meek,1872,pLii,flg. 2, e 84 

G.««a«,HaU,1866,pLli.flg8.3a-« 34-86 

Q.pwrtmt, HaU, 1872, pLU, flga.4 0,6 w 36-87 

Q. basri. Meek, 1872, pLil, flga. 1 a,b 37-30 

O^tUridsm, 

XipoeruMteff, Conrad, 1840 80 

L.moorti, Meek, 1871. pL Iii, flga. 4 a-c 30-41 

AnoftuOoeyiUtea, Hall, 1860 41 

A.(AUitoeytiUe»f) 6alano<<le«, Meek, 1872, pL ill bia, flga. 6 o-o 41-44 

Liehmoerinut, Hall, 1866 44-51 

£.4y«^HAU,1860, pLiii,fl«a4 2(and8a»»/)..... 51 



78 BULLETIN NO. 90^ rariTED STATES ISATIOSAL MUSEUM. 

L. eraUri/ormiM, Hall, 1806, pL ill, flgs. 1 a-4 51<« 

MemieytHUa, Hall • 58 

H. #«ettatut. Hall, 18«»,pLiii, figs. 8 0,6 5W4 

H. (Oystatter) granuiaUu, Hall, 1872, pL lit, flxa. a» 6 M 

Agdacrimite9, Vaniuem. 1842 65 

A. (Lepidodisais) dnciruuttUMis, Roemer, 1851, pLiU, flga.6 a,b 55-56 

A.pifetM, Hall,18M,pLiil.flg.5 ^ «W7 

^.i?ortioettato,Hall,18M,pLili,flgs.7 «,6 67-68 

Atteroidsa. 

PaiaeoHer, BaXL 56 

P.; dy«ri, Meek, 1872, pLiv.figfc 2 •-/ 5M0 

P.gramtlotuM, Hall? 1868, pLiv, flgs.3 a-e Ofr^ 

P./jafMMii, Dana,1863,pLiy, flg.4 82-64 

P. ifMxmipftM, Meek, 1872, pL !▼, figs. 5 o^ 6 64-66 

P. **a«/m,HaU, 1868,pLiv, flg.l 66 

iStencMter Billings, 1858 66 

fi.ir«WM«M,Meek,1872, pliUbl«,flg.7a-tf 66^ 

Ophiuroidea, 

FrotatUrl Forbes, 1849 68 

P. grawdifsnu, Meek, 1872, pl.iilbis, flgs.84^ b 68-66 

MoOutea, 
Polifzoa. 

Pfflodictya, Lonsdale, 1839 66 

P. <jSUetopora) ifta/tfri, Meek, 1872, pL y, figs. 1 o^ 69-70 

Bra^iopoda. 

Ltptmna, Dahnan, 1828 70 

L.ttrieea, Sowerby f 1889, pL v, flgB.3a-A 70-72 

Strophomena, Raflnesque, 1827 78-75 

8. rhombotdaUs, Wilokenssp., 1769, pLv, flgB.6a-« 7 75-77 

Subgenus H^emipron«M, Pander 77 

(Besnpinate spedes.) 

S. (HtmipronUsi) nutan»t JBBkW, 1871, pL vi, figs. 1 a-/. 77-79 

8. (HMnipronitof) planufnftona, Hall, 1847, pL ▼!, figs. 8 o-A 79-81 

^ (HemipronUes) pKcata, Jaanes, 1871, pLvi, flgs.4a-A 81-81 

8. (HemipnmiUi) plano-eonvexa. Hall, 1847, pLii, figs.2a-A 82-86 

8. (BemipronUst) /Uitexta, Hall, 1847, pLyi, flg8.5«Mf 68-86 

8. (^mMpnmitaf) tufooto, de Vemeail, 1848, pL v, figs. 4 a-« 86-86 

8. (HmnipronUet) ntiuoto. James, 1871, pLv, figs.5<h/ 87-88 

(Non*resnpiDate species^) 

8. {HemipraniUt) aUemata (Conr.), Emmons, 1638, pL tU, figs. 1 a-g 88-91 

OrthU, Dalman, 1828 ,. . 92 

(Besnpinate species.) 

O. retrorta, Salter? 1858, plzi, figs.7a-0 92-94 

O. tubquadrata, Hall, pLiz, figs.2&-^ 94-96 

O. oeeidmUalU, "EaU, 1847, pLix, fig8.3a-A 96-89 

O. tTueul^ta, Hall, 1847, pi. ix, figs. 1 a-A 99-101 

O. 6orea{M. Billings, 1850, pL viii, figs. 4 a-/ 101-103 

O. beUula, James, 1871, pL riii, figs. 5 a-/ 103-104 

O. (?) eUa, Hall, 1881, pl.viii, flg».9a-d 105-106 

(Non*resuplnate species.) 

O.Jluico9ta, HaU, 1847, pL viii, figs. 6 o-A 106-107 

O. pUofrteUo, Hall, 1847, pLTiii, flgs.7(r-A 106-100 

O.emacerata, Hall, 1860, pLviii, figs. 1 a-4, and figs. 2 o-^ 109-111 

O. «mae«rata var. mtU<M0cto, James, 1871, pLviii, fig8.8a-d 112 

O. (Plafyttrophia) biforata, Schlotheim, sp., 1820, pi. z 112-114 

Var.l. O. (PUUyitrophia) lynx, Von Booh., pLx, figs.1 o-e 114-U6 

Yar. 2. O. (Platyttrophia) latieoita, James, 1871, pL x, figs. 4 a-/ llfr-117 

Var. 8. O. iPlatyatrophia) dentata, Pander ? ? James, 1871, pL x, figs. 3 o-d 117-119 

Var. 4. O. (Platystropkia) aeutilirata. Con., sp., 1842, pL z, figs. Sa-g 119-121 

JShynehoneUa, Fischer do Waldh., 1809 121 

R. derUata, Kail 1847, pi. xi, flgs.3 o-d 121-133 

B. capax, Conrad, sp., 1842, pLxi, flgs.6a-/. 123-124 

Zygoipira, Hall, 1862 125 

Z.modeita, Say, sp.. pi xi, flgs.4a-€( 125-128 

/. cincinnaUeMit, JamWj 1871, pLzl, fig8.5a-< • 126 



WBimim OF F. B. MEBK. 79 

Z.AMMK.Bimnga,«p.. lM8,pLxi,flg|Lla-tf 127-128 

JZfCno, KiBS, 1860 128 

JL (IWinaloqnra) ^nmtilirmi, Meek, 1872, pL xl, flga. 6 •-« 128-129 

PJMUofW, Han. 1880 180 

F.dikeifmaHmtU, Hall, 1872. pLr, flC8.2tf, 6 180 



.Han, 1847 180 

il.«Mtata,Jaiiiea,1871,pLxlI,flgB.6a-0 180-181 

iL.(jr(iy«pC«rs)afala,Meelcl872,|a.xl,flg.8.aiidpLxii,fls.lO 181-182 

il.(Jf<yapl am )«wi.li.AW.f,1888,pLxi,flg.8 188 

(]|tFri0wtKCM. Connd. 18<1 188 

Citi rK iiyti M to, M. A V. tap., 1888, pi ad. Ilga. 12 a, » 18»-18S 

Cf Mr<iuifa,Meek,1872;pLxii,flg8.6 «,6 iaS-180 

Jf<yam 6 wito, Hall, 1888 180 

Jf:iMMii,Meek,1871«pLxll,flgi.8 a,ft 186-188 

OKdigaonM, Hall, 1847 188 

a(iViiMMwf)>M«te. Hall,ap., 18«8,pLxi.flga.l0a,& 188-189 

ftW f a, Hall, 1847 188 

T.foftK9«M, Hall, ap^ 1848, pLxi,flg8.U »-« 188 

^iMtfonfopfif, MoCoy, 1861 140 

il-fmOlMi, Meek, 1871, pLxii,ilgB.lA-ii 140-141 

A(J f > « ti>p f4 tt)wt<pnp<<ii»,Meek.l871,pLxU,flga2a,ft 141-142 

atii wi d dm. MeCey, 1844 / 142 

A(y iyfm t» ri ^w«g»flftsMeek,1871,pixfl,flg,8 142-148 

Afyy«va«,Meek,1872;pLxii.ll|ca.8«,6 14^.144 

&f«OMprwM,Meek,1872,pLxii,figf.7a,6 ^ 144-146 

£imiiomon>Aa,deKonlBek,1844 148 

affaMi9«Mta,Keek,1872.pLxil,flgi.4a,ft 140-147 

0aiter«p«la. 

(VtoKfM, Conrad, 1888 147 

aCJReroMTSfXiionMifMf, Hall,8p.,184^pLxiil,i«i.4«,fr 147-148 

aonuiliM.CoiiTad,1888^pLxiii,ilgs.8a.» 148-148 

C#v«ri, Hall, 1871«pLxill,flga. 2 •-# , 148-150 

C.f«oite«Ka,JaiDea,1872,pLxiii,flga.l«-e 150 

CVeloiMma, Hall, 1882 Ul 

aMKx,Coiirad •p.,1842,pLxiii,flga.5a,0,<l.y,aiid6«^/f 161-162 

(VeIors,HaU,18«6 152 

aflM6Mila.HaIl,1846,pLziii,flgB.7a^ 162-163 

ay2Ninmte,Hall,8p.,1846 164 

Pfmlrelom«ria,Deftalle^l8^8 164 

P.(iSMUteffy) (mgridiiiftora, Meek, 1872, pLzili,flg8.0a-« 164-166 



OrtkoesnM, Anot. 

0.or<(m<, Meek, 1872, pLxiii,flc. 8 166-166 

7Vocfto0er<M^ Barrande, 1847 167 

r.f6a^M.& W..1866^pl,xiii,flc.0 J67-168 

CKraffaeM. 
Snlomottruea. 

(VClk«r«,Miiner,1786 168 

g fi iio ft Mi atfgi Mi*, Meek, 1872, pi »!▼, flga.l»-4 j... 168-168 

ilMp*ti«,Brongiiiart,1822 150 

il.(ZioC0iM)iiMyifCo#, Locke f 1842. pL xlr, flg. 18 150-180 

Pfo€lm, Steteinger, 1881. 

P.9ttf«Mii,Meek,1872,pLxiT.flg.l2 161-182 

GffMcriM, Green, 1883 622 

C.ieani«,BflUii|[a,1860,pLxiT,ilgs.ll 0-0 162-166 

iL«idai!pit,Marohi80ii,1888 166 

A.erMol1l«,Look^T1848,pLxiT,flga.l0 a,h 106-187 

^.0<iwinnatJ«fi«<c,Meek,n.sp.,1873,pLxiT, flg.8 167-168 

A. Mr«2«pte. Anthony, sp.?, 1838, pLxiT,flg8.8»0 160-170 

JMaumOet, Barrande, 1862 170 

i>.«arieyiMeek.l872,p].xiv.flg8.2 c-d 170-178 

OalyaMiie, Brongniart, 1822 178 

a#iikK<a»C0Bnid,1841,pLxlr,ll|»,H»/.., 178-176 



80 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

voaaiLs or thb vxAOAmA ahd cuwrcm oioun. 

FliB. 
Moau$ea, 

Brachifopoda. 

Tnpltria,maillS6» 178-177 

T.ortoni. Meek, 1872, pL XT, flgB.la-« '.. 178-171 

Bkynehonaa,mKihet,lK» 17f 

J2.iM9lee<a,HaIl,1862,pLxT,flge.8«-4 178-lM 

lf«rift0aa, Hall, 1860 UO 

jr.t(ir«r<«tifia)<viindWea,Hia],ep.,1853;p].xv,flci.2«-4 180-182 

IViiiMrtftta, BUlinga, 1882 182 

T.grandit, Billings, 1882, pL xvi, figs. 2 o^ ft 182 

T. o^ioeiwit. Meek, 1871. pLxvi,flgs.l«-0, Mid «£•.«, ft, p. 188 18S-185 

OtuUropoda. 

PiatyoHoma,CaDnA,lM2 185 

P,niaga/r0ntiirmc.trig<mottoma, pLxTi,flgs.8 «-o, and ilg. p. 186 18S-186 

CkphtUopoda, 

LUwUet, Kontfort, 1808 188 

£. fortoni, Meek, iLB., 1878, pL XT, ilg. 4 186-187 

Artieuiata. 

Onuiaeea, 

X^MTditia, Booftolt, 1851 187 

X.a2ea,Connd,sp.,1848,pLzTii,flg8.2«,ft 187-188 

JOMtAUt, Delman. 1826 « 181 

I. (Bwmattus) intignii. Hall, f 1864, pL xr, ilffk 5 «-«, and figs, a and ft, p. 188 181-196 

foeaiLfl or thi cobhivbboub oboup. 

JfoOlMtfO. 



PtOodUiva, Lonadale, 1880 IM 

P.(iSti0lo!por»)^ilft0rC(,Meek,1871,pLxTlii,flg8.1a-e lM-186 

Braehiopoda, 

Bkynthtmdla, Fischer, 1800 196 

JLom^ina, Hall, 1867. pLxviii, figs. 8 a-« 188-197 

LamMibranekiaia. 

^vioutopMCtfA, McCoy, 1861 187 

^.|Mwiiw,Connd,fl842,pLxTUi,flg8.6a,ft U7-19B 

Xucino, Brngniere, 1702 109 

i;.(ParaeyoIa«)oAu>«nm. Meek, 1871, pLxTili, fig. 7 a, ft 190-200 

i. Mrolo, Conrad, sp., flg. —, p. 200 280 

Oonoeordium, Brown, 1885. f 201 

acri^<mal<,HaU,1843,flg8.A-(7.p.201,andflg8.il,£,p.204 201-208 

aoMo«Me,Meek,1871.pLxTiii,flg.0,andflgs.^aiidB.p.204 208-306 

iSolMiiya, Lamarck, 1818 206 

A (Jan«<a)Meu«ta, Meek, 1871, pLxTiii,flg. 4 206-107 

OKfU)!p<«tta,M. and W., 1870 288 

a ontifva, Meek, 1871. pLxvlii,llgs. 5 a, ft 206 

5ewv«*fnol««f, McCoy, 1844 2O9 

S. f iondutkyenrit. Meek. 1871, pL xviil, fig. 8 200 

OatUropoda, 

PtolyMrM, Coniad, 1842 210 

P.mumtpino9um, Meek, 1871, pL xx, flgs. 7 a, ft 210-811 

P. dwmotumraT.aUmuatum, Meek, 1871, pL xx, ilgs. 2 a, ft 212-218 

<V«IonMU>, Hall, 1852 218 

aer«ntttoto,Meek,1871,pLxix.flg8.2a-d 218 

iVaeieop«i«. McCoy. 1844 214 

y. f (Itonmna) humilii, Meek, 1871. pL xix,flgs. 1 o-o. and flg. p. 215 214-215 

J^. Jm#,Meek,1871,pLxix,flg8.4a,ft 216-216 

N. aeqvistriata, Meek, n.8., 1873, figs. a. ft. p, 216 21^-217 

Or(Aon«ma. M. and W., 1861 217 

O.n0iofterry<,Meek,1871,pLxx,flg8.3a,ft 217-818 

IrocAonemo, Salter, 1850 218 

T.eri0arituito,Meek,1671,pLxix,flg8.5a,ft 218-219 

J?iiompA«2tt«, Sowerby, 1814 220 

^.dMMffi, Billings, 1861, pLxix, figs. 8 a, ft, and pL XX, fig. 1 230-881 

Xnu^^oni, Fischer, 1806 281 

£;(lVMMl<yA«ruf)an(iffiia, Meek, 1871, pLxrU^flgs. !•-«.•. ....<«.... 281-m 



wbiunqs of f. b. uebk and a. h. wobthek. 81 

Pftge. 

S0Uenphm^Maa%toti,\9O$ .* 3S 

A l um Urr^ i, M»ek« lg71, pi »x, flg. ft, «nd flg. — , p. «S 2S2-22S 

lL^alMiM««HaU.flg.— .P.22S 238 

K pfpi mq u us ^ Meek, 1871, pi xx, flf. 4 ••4 298 

PlMMVtofMno, DefrBiioe, 1828 388 

P.iMiiM,H«Uf.l882.plxx,ilg.8 238.237 

(ktmlmim, Millar, 1818, H8 228 

a«if9Mtete.Meek.l871.plzxiii,flg.4 228-329 

Oepkahpodm, 

C^rtMmHttM. eo]dftMa,1880f 838 

a«MMiMi«.Meek,1871,plzztti,flgs.2Mid2» 228-230 

OyroemiCitM. Meyer. 1831 230 

a(fiV(MAoMra«)oMMtM<»,Meek,187LplzzU 230-281 

0. (f^aMta«w)Mii090fw,Meek.ia.zzi 283 

(VtMCeeeo. 

iVMtej, SUiaincer, 1881 288 

P. ^w tmaiv iw dli u , Meek, 1871, pi nlil, flga. 8 •> fe 288-284 

J M m mnite t, Bfrande; 1882 284 

P.oMoMMit. Meek, 1871, pi. xxUiflf.! 284^236 

91. 

Mm, F. B., amd Worthen, A. H. Paleontology. Descriptions of Inyertebrates from 
the Carboniferous System. <Qeological Survey of Illinois^ vol. v, pp. 383-619, 
pl& i-xxxiL 1873. Springfield, 1873. 

PabUahed by aolbority of the legieUtare of lUinoie, 1873. 
Oeaem Physetoorintu, Nipteroorinus, Codonitea. 

LowEB Cabbohifbbous Spkciu. 

VOflSILS or THS BURUXOTOH GBOUF. 

Page. 

Mtk imotUnnata 338 

Kotea on the atraotnre and habita of the Palaeosoio Griooidea 323 

S^nhaihoerinus,Thm\jM 334 

e<mia$teroidoerinmM, Lyon & CaaaedAy 324-325 

O^aOoeriiHtf, Miller 326-827 

CoaT<^(ed aopport of the digeative aack in the iltftwMMHnidce 327-828 

Ambnlaoral oanala paaaiog under the vault in the iletifio0rifiid« 328-338 

AeUno tHniU i, Miller 338-341 

Aet»mo«riftiUa. Section (a) 342 

A. p§niea h u , M. A V.. 1888, pi riij, flg. 2 842-343 

X jeMptiw, HaU, 1858, pi ir, fig 2 .* 348 

A.<M»«alic«,M.&W., 1880.plTiii,fig.2 848-345 

AetmocnniUt. Section (5) 345 

A.lofVia. M.&W., 1888, plTiii,flg.l 345-347 

AdrofoeriiKtf, M. & W.. 1888 347-348 

A/MparrimM.M. &W., 1880, plTiii, fig.8 84»-351 

^bgenna PliyMlotfrifMM, M. & W 851 

&(PJbya«(DarivHu;)(urp«r, M. &W., 1888,plTii,fig.l. Section (8), p. 258 :. 851-358 

A#d|jm«,M. &W.,1888,plvii,flg.5 858-855 

AltrofM, Hall ap.. 1860,plTii, flg2 3»^-357 

Apemmifroiut, HaU, ap., 1880,plviii, ilg4 867-380 

i8.iimdn»ni«,Hall,sp., 1858,plTiii, flg5 880-382 

A (PJkyMfO0ritMM) diiaUttiu, M. 4k; W., 1888, plx. flg. 8 888-384 

Bafecrimia, C a aae day 884-368 

B.^ii«aii«#. M.&W., 1888, plv,flg.2 888-370 

B. (Brttmiocrintu) remihrtidHmtut, Hall'aap., 1861, pi x, flg. 5 370 

Rcawdaywug. M. A. W., 1868, pi t, flgl 870-872 

B.troekiteu9,M.€tW., 1868, pi v, fig 6 872-874 

Hpyri^ennif, Shnmardap., 1855, plv. flg.5 875-877 

B,{Br0ttiioerinMtf)n€gl^ctu§,M. &.W.. 1868, pi v, flg. 8 377-370 

B.ekristyi, Sbanard'a sp., pi ▼, flg.4 ^«^. ..«*.. ...^* 378. 

m-BoU. 30 6 



82 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

PlfS. 

B. vemeuHia$tu8, 8kiiin.ip., 1855»pLiT, flgs-Saadi HI 

JDoryerinut, Romer 2179-380 

D,eatudieuUaut, M. St. W., 1069, pLyi, ilg.4 881-as 

i>. tmioomiff, O. ^k &, sp., 1S50, pL ▼!, flg. 2 SS 

D.rcnneri, M. & W., 1898, pLlO, flg.8 888-885 

D,quinquelobu9 var. intermetfuM, li. & W., 1868, pLx, flg.4 88S-n8 

Amphorttcrinut, Austlz^ 888-988 

A,di»0rgent, HaU, sp., 1^80, pLri, flg.6 888-388 

A.f tipinofmtehuUiUt Hall, sp., 1860, pLyi, tg,6 888 

«ft«twcrint«, PhiUipB ^ 888 

Sabgenos G^oMuuteroidocrinia, Lyon & Csssedfty, 1858 888 

G.(€foniatUroidoennu») tenuiradiatui, M. & W., 1869, pLxi, flg.1 38M80 

a, (OoniatUrcidocHnuM) obovaiui, IC & W., 1868, pLiv, flg.6 881-882 

Megittocrinut,O.St.8,,l8BO 388-888 

M.parvinttni, M. A W., 1869, pLvi, llg.7 398-387 

M.{8aeeocHnut) whUei, HaU, 1861, pLvi, flg.l 887 

Agarieocrinut, Troost 887 

il.nodontf,M. ^kW., 1869,pLx, flK.7 897-889 

• X^ueoarinut, Phillips, 1843 888 

r.<MmM<,HftU,sp., 1861, pLiv, flc.1 888 

OyaihocrinitM, MiUer, 1831 40M01 

a teulptOit, Hall, pLiv, flg.6 481 

0.yyu^aw,M. &W., 1868,pLii,flg.l4.. 481-498 

a tenyidaetylw, M. & W., 1868, pLU, flg.l5 40M05 

Poterioerinttef , MiUer 48S 

P,f ptrpUmu, M. A W., 1869, pLii, ilg.l2 496-498 

SeaphiocHnuM, HaU 407 

&d#(ieaeiif, M. 4tW., 1869, pLi, fig.6 407-408 

&«Ko,M. &W., 1869, pLi,flg.lO - 408-108 

8.noUibait, H. A W., 1869, pLi, flg.0 410-412 

• An«d^.M. AW., 1889, pLi, flg.l 413-418 

AjpanieiBia, M. & W., 1869, pL ii, tig. 7 414-415 

AmomxlMCyliM, M. &W., 1869, pLii, flg.9 418-416 

B.juvenU,^.AW., 1869, pL ii, flg. 8 417-418 

AftriaCiM, li. A W., 1869, pLii, fig. 11 41S-418 

&tefAyt,M.&W.,1869,pLii.flg.l3 419-421 

^.AxUam, M.^;&W., 1869, pLii, fig. 10 421-428 

Anania, M.&W.,1869,pLi,fig.8 423-434 

&/«eeaia. M.&W.,1869,pLi,fig.8 424-428 

Sabgenus ZMoriniM 426 

A(Zea«nntw)feoMtia,M.^kW.,1860;pLi,flg.2 428-428 

& (ZMcriniff ) MiTOltM, M. & W., 1869, pL i, fig. 6 428-430 

S. {ZeaennutXuper, IC ^It W., 1869, pL i, fig. 7 430-432 

&(Z«WT<ni«)lyr«,M.&W.,1869,pl.i,flg.U.. 432-433 

NipUrocrinua^Wuehtmnth. 484-43S 

Jf.woeAmiuefti, M.&W.,1868,pLii,flg.4 435-436 

J\r. ardoTMM, Worthen MSS., pL ir, fig. 8 436-437 

SynbathoeHnui, Phillips, 1836 437 

5.iMMA«m«fA», M.& W.,1869,pLii,flg.5 487-438 

& 6r«iyi«, M. & W., 1869, pL li, fig. 6 439 

DieJUwrifiiM, HuDster, 1839 440 

D.IifiMieiw, liL^I&W., 1869, pLiii, fig. 1 440-441 

I>.j><«ttm, M.&W.,1869,pLiii,fig.2 441-442 

Cakwerinut, Hall, 1852 i 442-443 

a ;«0acA«mtteA{,lL&W., 1869, pLli, flg.1 444-445 

Sri90Ciinut,'iLSLW,,19K 445-447 

^.anCJ^uta, 1L& W.,1869.pLli,fig.8 447-448 

JP. tofcilai, M. & W.. 1869, pL ii, fig. 2 44fr449 

PlaiyeriniUt, Miller 450 

P.tenuifrraMialiM, M.^;&W.,1869,pLii],flg.4 450-452 

P.pbiniM. 0.&8.,1852,pLiii,fig.5 4S2 

P.mbapinatus, Hall. 1858, pi. ii, fig. 2 452 

P,lmrUngUmenn», O. & S., 1850, pL iii, fig. 6 452-454 

P.Aofli, Shamard? 1866^ pL ill, fig. 3 454-456 

P. <pgaa<w. Hall, 1861, pL iii, fig. 8 456-456 



WBinNGS OF F. B. MEEK AND A. H. WOBTHEN. 83 

P.<iK ii^ l i i# .Whito,l8ga,pLm,flg.7 450-461 

Fm » rt mi U $ , 8>y 461 

P.kmrimgitmtmti$,M.ScW.,im,i!Lvm,ng.l 461-462 

(hd§nUm,llL AW.,l9m 469-464 

a«(iB^»rM<t, a A &.sPh 1650, ]»Ltx.fls.^ 5% 6 464-466 

a9rM»K».m.s..H.AW.,187S,pLTiil,ilg.6 466-466 

O rm mmU9ri nu i , Tr«Kwt «. 468 

0.vUUma(de9,lLScW.,19m,pLtL,1ig.l 46^470 

e.^ftnM».M.&W.,1860,pLix,flg.4 470-471 

6^.iM9l0O(M«,M.AW.,166O^pLiz,ilg.S 471-473 

O.1Mn9OMi^aA8M8p..l860,pLix,lli^S 478 

P a l gflJbiw fa . McCoy 473 

P.|FnMi««.M&W.,1880.pLx,fls.3 173-474 

OnydUuter. H. & W 474-476 

aterrM,H«ll,«p..l861«pLx,flg.l 476 

OUgoporut, Heek A Woith«B 476 

anofrOif, H.AW..1668,pLzi,flg.3 476-176 

S^eidmrii 478 

JLr«9«MMMW«i«. M AW..1660^pLlx,flg.l6 .*..... 478-488 

fOMILB OF THB KIOKUK eiOUT. 

Bary«rifiu«, Waohs. 483 

B.m4^;iMc«,H.AW..1866,pLxii,flg.2 483-486 

B. if ^omt tri eut, M A W., pL xli. flg. 3 486 

B.AoM|fi.T»r.AMreiaAM, M.&W..1868,pLziii,flg.3 485-486 

AAowyi,Hall.tp.,186l.pl.xiH,flg.l 486 

B-monMncCta, Worthen M8S.. pL xv, flg. 4 486 

B.peiUagonu$,Wcirih9uM8S.,plTV,tg.Z 487 

B.nibtwmidut,M.ScW.,pLxiii,Ag.3 487-488 

(Vatikoermitef f poterium, M. 4^ W.. 1870, pi. xii, flg. 4 480-480 

PoterioerimiUt 400 

P. (Z^aerinut^ coneinnut, M. 4^ W., 1870, pi. xir, flg. 8 480-482 

BahgtaxoB Seaphiocrinus 402 

P. (^SoapJUommM) dapreMM, M. 4t W.,1870, pi. xlT.flg. 8 402-486 

P. (8eapkioerimu)unieut,'Hall 1861. pi. xr, flg. 6 408 

P. (Seapkioerinu*) aquaUt, BmH, 1861, pi. xv.flg. 6 404 

P. (^oopAiocriniM) «oreyi, M. 4^ W., 1860, pL xt, fig. 1 404-405 

P. (SeapMoeKmtf) mMufoffwi, Worthen MSS., pL XT, flg. 2 485-406 

Forbuioerinut vmrtkeni, Hftll, 1858, pi. xiv, flg. 2, and pL xr, flg. 7 406-408 

On^choerinut €xeuipt%u, L.tcC, 1850, pL xir, flg, 4 408 

Agarieoerimu, Troost 400 

A. wkU^IMi, Hall, 1868, pL xii, flgs. 1 a, 6, andpL xt» flg. 8 400-600 

Diehocrinut, MtmaMr , * 500 

D.expannu.M. AW., 1868, pL xiv, flg. 1 500^ 

D./mtf, C. dcL., 1860,pLxtv, flg. 5 502 

Oaletoerinus, Hall 502 

a bradUyi, li. & W., 1860, pL xir, flg. 502-504 

OoHUoerinu*, Trowt 504 

C.hmdleyi; M. & W., 1868, pi. xir, flg. 10 504-506 

Pla(yerinitef 606 

P»hemi9pkericu», M. d& W., 1865, pi. xri, flgs. 6a-o 506 

PmlrMROM 506 

P.wortiUf»i,HaU11858.pLxiy, flg. 11 506 

P. (3yoMtoeniiia;)«H>odm«ni,M.&W., 1868, pi. xvi, flg. 4 506-508 

GramatoeriMU 608 

0. ^rttmOonM, M. «l W., 1866, pL xr, flg. 10 508-500 

iVofMC«r, Forbes 500 

F.f grtgarim, M AW., 1860, pL xrl.flg. 5 500-510 

On^ekoiter, VL.ScW 610 

O.JUxOU.'ilL A W., pi. XTi, flg. 8 510 

PhoHdoeidtnU, M. Sc W., 1860 610-5U 

P. trrcptclorit, M. & W., 1860, pL xt, flg. 512-513 

AffeUainiteM^ Yanuxein 513 

A. (L^jpidoditcut) i^uamotw, M. A W., 1868, pi. xri, flg. 1 61:^16 



84 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

MoUtuea. 

Oatteropoda. 

Platyeereu, Conrad 516 

P,uncum,ld. «tW.,1866, pL xvll, fig. 1 51W17 

P. if^fundHndum, H. Sc W., 1866, pi. xvii, fig. 8 517-518 

P. equOatera, Hall, 1860, pL xvii. flg. 2 518-5U 

P.ylMurctta, Hall, 1859, pLxvU, fig. 4 51^SU 

Pteropoda. 

Oonuiaria. 

C<mulariatubearbonaria,'hL ScW., 1866, pL xix. flg. 4 S»-m 

Oephdlopoda. 

NautUus, Linn S22 

N. (Di4cUe») dUei/ormU, M. Sc W., 1865, pl.xriii, flg. 1 S22-53S 

N. {T0tMU)ckeaut)niotensi$, M. &W., 1866, pi. xix, flg. 8 S2»-594 

N. (SoUnoeheUw) leidyi, 2L & W., 1865, pL xviii, flg. 2 521-525 

ArtiGulata. 

PhimpHa, Portlock 525 

P. (Gfri^ide«) jMn-OooUi. M. & W., 1865, pL xix, flg. 6 1 525-528 

•P. (Gri^UhidM) b^fo,U. & W., 1870, pL xv, flg. 10 528428 

F068ILB OF THS BAIXT LOUU OBODP. 

Echinodtrmaia, 

BarycriiMU 580 

B, tpeetahUU, H. &, W., 1860, pi. xx, flg. 8 630-533 

PoUrioerinitst 583 

P. hardinentii, Worthen MSS., pi. xx,flg.lO 533 

BnhgenuB Seaphiocrinus 534 

P. (Scaphioerinut) hunttviUoB, Worthen HSS., pLxx,flg.l 534 

Snbgenos ZMcrinut 534 

P. (Zeacrinut) arborwM, Worthen MSS., pL xx.flg.5 584-585 

P. (Z«a<Tifit<«) earm^tfrout, Worthen MSS., pL XX, flg.4 585-688 

P. (ZM«rinta) eompa«tai«, Worthen MSS., pL xxi, flg. 5 586-537 

Dte^ocrintw, Monster 587 

D. eomigenu, Shnmard 1 1860, pLxx, flg.6 537 

Oranatoerinut 587 

G.glaber, M. & W., 1869, pLxx, flg. 11 587-589 

MoUusea, 

LameUShranehUUa, 

Lithophaga f pertenuit, M. & W., 1866, pL xxii, flg. 1 ^ 53(^-540 

Myalina 540 

M. SL ludovici, Worthen MSS., pi. xxii, flg. 3 640 

OJumomyii,M. A,.W 540 

a / rAonOwmitfa, M. & W., 1865, pL xxli, flg. 4 b40-Ml 

Pteropoda. 

Oonuiaria 541 

O.fniMotmtffMif, Swallow! 1860, pLxxii, flg. 6 541-^2 

Cephalopoda, 

NauiUui 543 

if. (T«mnocA«tlt4#) c(Kn»nia, M. <fe W., 1869, pL xxiii, flg. 1 543-544 

if. (i8dI«noeAeaiM)co22«c(u«.M.4uW.,1870,pLxxiii,flgB.3and4 544-545 

F06BILB OP THE CHXBTBR GBOUP. 

Xchinodermata. 

PoUriocnnitM 546 

P.6iw«ai,WorthenMSS.,pl.xxi,flg.4 646-647 

SabgenoB Zeomnuf 547 

P. (Z«amnu* ;> armi^er, M.&W., 1870, pLxxi, flg. 8 647-548 

P. (Zeaennui) mbtumidtu, Worthen MSS., pL xxi, flg. 1 548-649 

P. (Z«acrint«)/omw)«w#, Worthen MSS., pL xxi, flg. 2 649 

Subgenus i^eapAiocrtntM 550 

P. (SeaphiocrinxM) bayentu, M. & W., 1865, pL xx, flg. 2 550-561 

P. (Sec^hioerinus) randolpherms, Worthen MSS., pL xxi, flg. 14 561-662 

Onyehoerinut 652 

0.«oAi</W<ii,HaU8p.,1858,pLxx,flg.8 662-654 

:Pvpaehyerinu9 ,.,.,„,., , „ «..,,..,....„.. 854 



WBTTIKOS OF F. B. MBBK AND A. fi. WOBtBEK. 85 

Pftfi© 

lP.ftoy4i»,M.AW.«1870,pLzziflg.6 ^ 654-555 

PtetycHnffit 555 

P.jPMVMiiif, IC AW.,lfi«5,pLxx,flff.7 C55.«56 

.AfOMicocriiMW 666 

A. p 0ntmg 0m u §, Wortli#n MSS., pL nl, flg. 10 66»^7 

^.eo«ieiw;0.4tS.,l851,pLxxi,fl«.8 ^ 667 

^.yiMoMtf, Wortti«iiliS8..pLzzl,flg.l3 657-668 

^.yiMoMtf, Hall. 1868, pLzxi. fig. 11 668 

A. ektsUrmsis, Wortbra MSS.. pL xxi, flg. 9 : 658 

PUrotoerimut, L.AC 650 

P. dflpf«M«w, L. & C. 1 1800, pL zxl, flg. 1» 560 

Ormpki0oH»m$ 650 

6.<l<MyiM«. Hi^l800,pLxz,flg.O 560 

FOeailil OF TKS COAL^MKABUBM. 
PottUnitt^ftTtL. 

Piu^tUna, Fischer 600 

P. ^acaw, Heek ! 1804, pLxxir.flg.? 500 

P. Mn(ruwM.M.4^H.,1804,pLxxiv,ilg.8 600 

Radiaim. 

Lophopkifaum, Edwards AHalme ^ 500 

i. jmrf^rmwH, McC. ap., 1800, pL xxhr, flg. 1 600 

E r imt erinua 501 

ir. CKpttf.H. AW., 1805, pLxxhr. fig. 601 

Poteriocfinitm 661 

P. nuwmpUuruit, Worthcn HSS., pL xxir, fig. 8 501 

SubgtauM Seaphioerinui 501 

P. (SiMpAioeriniMf) A^mifpAmeitf, Shorn, ap., 1858, pLxziTfflg. 6 501 

P. {Settphioerinus) earbonarius, M. dt W., 1801, pL xxir, flg. 2 502 

9nbgtinn» Zeaerinus .*. 663 

P. (2ea«rini4j;)f»ii«ro4nnii«, McC.,1850,pLxxiv,flg.l2 503 

P. (2kacTinu» {Hydrnonoerinui f]) ooonlA^pAontf, H. & W., 1870, pL xzlv, flg. 11 . . 563-505 

Bupaekyerinut « 605 

i?./ayelten«t«, WortbetiHSS..pLxxiv.flg.lO 665-500 

J. eii5*reute<u#, M.& W.,1800,pLxxiT,fig.O 600 

Aga$tixoerinu» earbofumuM, Worthen MSS., pL zxIt, flg. 4 500 

JMitfea. 
Brathipoda, 

Ckonetsi, Fiacber 500 

C.m<a«pi«n««»«a.M. &W..1870,pLxxv,flg.3 ^ 500-600 

ProtfvetiM, Sowerby 609 

P. iMfrroMmm, Owen, ]852,pLxzT,flg.8 • 500 

P. longitpinu*, Sowerby f 18U, pi. xxr, flg. 10 •;, 500 

P. pwMTtoHia, Martin, 1800, pL xxv, flg. 13 500 

P. iMoflMuia. WortbenH8S.,pLxxT,flg.9 - 600-670 

CA<m«fetamilAt<,K.AP., 185^pLxxv,flg.U ^ 570 

HmniproniUi, Pander 570 

Ji. CTWwa, M. & W., 1858, pi. xxv, flg. 12 670 

Atftyri*. McCoy 570 

A.mhUUta, Hall's ap., pi. xxr, flg. 14 571 

8r**ri^atma, M. & W 571 

^.AemtpKcttto, HaU'ssp.,1852,pl.xxvl,fig.20 571 

Jf««teBa, White* 8t John *. 671 

jr. t(r»ato-e<Nrtata, Cox sp., 1857, pL xxvi, flg. 21 ^ 571 

SkiffuhoneUa, Fischer «. 571 

Ji. oBogmti*, Swallow, 1858, pi. xxvi, fig. 22 ^ 571 

Orf JU«, D^hnan -^ 571 

O. earbonar i a. Swallow ^ 571 

Ttnbratuia, Llhwyd , 572 

T. 6<»tfui«n«, Morton, 1886, pL xxv, flg. 15 ^ 672 

Disetno, Lamarck, 1810 ^ 572 

D.nitida, Phillips sp. f pL xxv. flg. 1 ^ 572 

JAn^ula, Bmgni^ro, 1780 ^ 672 

X-myCOoukt. 8owerby!1813, pLxxv,flg.2 ^ 672 

jE|p«r^<r/KttoiMn«iff,Worthen,M8S.pLzxv,flg.5 ^ 672-678 

4Kr4flr ooMMTiflM, Morton, ^xzT, flg, 7 ,...««.«.^ t.... 079 



86 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

PiCi. 

M<moti$ 57t 

Jf.;^«^ario,M.&W.,1870,pLxxvi.ilg.6 67«74 

Ifaerodon, Lycett S75 

M.t drffcotia, M.&W.,1870,pLxxvi,ilg.8 575 

M.f tenvittriatu9,iL St W„18m, pi. lawUH-^ ^^ 

Avioula * 571 

J..mofvan«nHf,M.&W.,1868.pLxxTl,flg.l4 87ft-578 

^.Ionya,G6iiiiUsp^l8e8,pl.xxTl,ilg.l 87S 

Plaeunoptii 578 

P. earboiMfio, M. A W.,18<»,pLmPli, fig. 2 578-679 

Sekixodui.JLtag »• 

A ami»ha.M.AW.. 1870, pLxxdi. fig. 6 67W8e 

S. (Friteonia) pereUfftmi.TA, A. W„ 1910, jLxrvl, fig, 19 581 

;9.e«wtttt,H.&W.,1868.pl.xzvi,flg.l« 58: 

M^aUna, deKoninok .• 688 

Jir.l»«raMmitafa,H.ikW.,1858,pLzxTi,flg.ll 681 

Bdnwndia 588 

jff.f jMroMon^M.&W.,18M,pLzxTii,flg.4 58&-684 

(mnopittha,U.ScW 584 

arad<ato.v«r.l«it, M.&W.,l«70,pLxxvli.flg.7 58«-«5 

AUoritma.'King 585 

A, eortJila. M. A W.,1888,pLxxTl, flg.16 585-586 

^.^•iiian<,Meek.l887,pl.xxyi,flg.23 586 

CAcvnooordia, H. & W 586 

aotHrta.M.&W.,18«,pLxxTli.flg.6 588-687 

Ohamomya, U, St W 688 

O. minn$haha, SwaUow tp., 1858, pL xzrli, fig. 8 588 

Oardiomorpha 688 

O. fni9$owrim$it, Sbnm., 1880, pL xxrii, flg. 8 688 

^ntoKum, Meek 688 

i^.avievloltifii, Swallow tp., 1858, pLxxTi,flg. 12 688 

Lima, Brngui^re 588 

L. rttif€ra. Sham., 1858, pL xxrl, fig. 2 588 

AvieulopeeUn neffUefut, Gei]iitz8p.,1868.pl. xxri^flg. 7 588 

PUurophoru9, King 588 

P. oNongut, Meek f 1872, pL xxri, fig. 8 588 

Nucula, Lftmarck 588 

3r.lM»rva, MoC..1800,pl. xxyl,flg.8 688 

N, beyriehi, ▼. Schanroth, 1864, pLxxrt ilg. 8 688 

QatUnpoda. 

D0rUdHum, iAonrnxu 688 

D.r imntdo«triahtm,M. AW.,1870,pLxxix,flg.7 58»-60O 

D.meekianwm, Geiniisf 1886. pLxxlz, ilg.8 608 

Or«Aon#m«,M.&W..1881 600 

0.ooniea,M.AW.,1886,pLxxix,flg.6 _ 500-601 

Natieoptii, MoCoy 502 

/T.wnlrica, N.& P., 1856, «p.,pLxxviii. fig. 13 602-608 

Jfa«-o«*«a«*, Phillips 808 

ir.attofi#n#<f. WorthenMSS.,p].xxTlii,flg.8 683-604 

M.nnpberryi, Stereos sp., pL zxriil, fig. 14 604 

Aetaonina, d'Orhlgny 604 

A.minuta, Sterens tp., pL xzix, fig. 2 604 

PUUyurat, Conrad.... 604 

P.«p<«<^«^»»».WorthenMSS.,pLxxvlll,flg.4 504-606 

Natieoptii 9uJbwatu9, Worthen MSS., pL xxvlil, fig. 6«5 

J\ra<ie<>pfifwAMl«ri,SwaUow8p.,1800,pLxxyiii,flg.8 605 

NoHeoptUaiUmensit, McC.,1865, pL xxviii, Hg. 11 806 

Streptacii 606 

AwA«/Wdi,Meek, 1871,pl.xxix,flg.l 696 

Loxonema , 606 

L.$emieoHttta, Meek. 1871, pLxxiz,flg.2 606 

AdU, Loven 6«6 

A.robutta, Sterens, 1868, pLxxix, flg.6 606 

PdlKpJkMnopfit, Portlock 606 

^.pkfyaMi, M. *W., 1886. pLzzrlU, flg.? OBMVT 



WRITINOS OP F. B. MEEK AKD A. H. WOBTHEN. 87 

Page. 

Ammphaku,U.StW WW 

^.roeMlM«M.A W.,1868.pLxziz,ilg.lO 507 

JfierMtomo, M. it W 5« 

J<:owricg,M.AV.,iaM,plxxTtli,iig.a 5M 

Murdki§omUUwrnmia,U.A,W.,l9U,pLxxtm,1ig.9 SW-600 

FkwoUmmriaeooBana,U.AW.,\9U,pLxxrm,iig.l5 600 

PfMrofMMi^fptrcmm««M.&Wnl808,ia.xxTiU.flg.5 001-M2 

inmtniom«riavaha^formii,U.AW,,im^pLTSix,tK.9 003-003 

PfM«r«toaMriaeoiM<<i««.M.4tW..180e,pLzxTiii,flfe.l 00»-004 

Sir ap a n tUu t , Montfort «H 

A(.SiiMnp*aiu«)iMriUKiotM«. M.AW.,lfl70,pLxxix,flg.U 004-4105 

& (Bu9mpkahu) tubqumdiratu*, M. A W., 1870. pL xxix, flgi. 12 and M 005-407 

A CSiiMipftaliM) Miftrii^ofiM, IC. & W.. pL xxix, fig. U 007 

CMIofs Uniieaa ... 008 

acmr^mmrius, Sterens, 1850, pLxxiz, fig. 15 008 



jr«iifaM(3^iiiiUMsMlM)lalii«, M.*W., 1870.pLxxz,ilg.S 006-008 

N. (I^mmtekriku) winthwi, M. A, W., 1870, pL xxxil, flg. » 000-410 

jr.teMiIfMif,M.AW.,1868.pl.zxxI,flg.l OlO-Oll 

0oiMalslcf«Mnp««<M,H.AW.,18O^pLxxxi,flg.2 011-OlS 

Ortkocmu 612 

O. rudUiMi*. MoC.f 1880, pLxxz,flg.4 012 

PMOfpfia.Portlook 012 

i>(6K|UUdM)M<ftilmM.AW.,1805,pLxxxii,flg.S 012-415 

F. (GrifikUUi f ) ifigwinotMiMif, M. A W.. 1005, pL xnU, flg. 4 01&-018 

DiOyroflM^. SeonlM- 418 

l>.Mr6<HMri«c,M.AW.,1800,pLzxzU,ilg.l 418-010 

92. 

MxKK, F. B. Notes on some of the Fossils figured in the recently issued Fifth volame 
of the Illinois State Geological Report. < Am. Jonr. ScL, vol. vii, 3d ser., pp. 
18B^193; continned on pp. 369-376 and 484-490 and 580-584. 1874. New Haven, 
1874. 

In this aeries of srtielee Mr. Meek revieee and extends the descriptions of n Isrge nomber of 
the ^>eeiee enhmoed in the fifth Tolnme of lUinoii Oeologicsl Beport, and also presents some 
rtry important philosophical discnssions of the relations of the species and of the higher 



Page. 

leeteecrMtef seui^cait, HaU 100-101 

TanerimM»tki0mi4i,BaXi 101-102 

Bsl osKnw ppr^ormtit, Shomard 102 

AetimoeHMU*4dUaiua,U.AVr 102-100 

Aednocrinites Cyathocrinites, Codonites, etc 300-874 

Oodoniiu tUOif^rnUi 374-375 

PftslMoeidArifimyiitorif.M. &W 375 

P9ntr0mits9(TrQOtiaeHnmif)woodm9$d,M,itW 37&-874 

l^Mtisper^MU, Troost 484 

AiMikM ^rasOit 484 

FumOimm vmiripota 484 

I m nim u t (Bydreicnoeri$mt f) metmUkopkorui, M. A V 485-488 

IrdUweidarit f , sp. nndt 484 

8tpioporaceBtrien9U,VTont 480-488 

jS^fieeCaiUavirywlaeM Tar. MMTioIit, Swallow 480-488 

lvteiilofwe(mfMylie<««,Getnits 488U480 

AwU ^ i ^ 9 §Un saHonysrw, Stevens sp 480 

jr«e«2Ma,sp.iindi., Meelt,1874 4aM00 

JMnsntfia oMite, 680 

AtoMlM rotticM, de Vemeail 580-580 

MffMMnyasp.nndt., Meek, 1874 582-683 

PUewntp9UcarbofMHa,U.AW 688 

A»omphmhurohau»,U. StW 683 

Mn c mphmU t9 rugomu, HaU 583-684 

rimm^wutriagwrUyi 584 



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BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



• - 93. 

I Mbkk, F. B. The new genus Euohondria. < Am. Jpum. SoL, vol. vil, 3d ser., p. 

445. 1874. New Haven, 1874. 

Mr. Meek, in » brief note, proposee the generic name Enchondria, of which the Ftttm 
nef^eetut of Qeinitz is the type. 

94. 

MsEK, P. B. [Descriptions of] Pleurotomaria taggarti. < Hayden's Ann. Rep. U. S. 

Qeol. and Geog. Snrv. of the Terr, for 1873, p. 231, foot-note. Washington, 1874. 

Carboniferons. 

P»«e. 

IP{0ttrotomar<a (o^i^arti, n. •., Meek, 1874 ^ Ol 
«,. 
Mkbk, F. B. Notes on some fossils from near the eastern base of the Bocky Monnt- 
ains, west of Greeley and Evans, Colorado, and others from about two hundred 
miles farther eastward, with descriptions of a few new species. < Bulletin U. S. 
Geol. and Geog. Snrv. of the Terr., 2d ser.. No. 1, pp. 39-47. 1875. Washington, 
1875. 

These fossils are tram the Pox Hills and Laramie (Lignitic) Oronp. 

PaiEe. 

Anomiamieronema^n. s., Meek, 1875 4S 

CorhiMla^ (LepUtthet) planumhona,n, s.,lleek,1875 43-45 

Oyrena r holmetifU. s... Meek, 1875 45-« 

SpharioUt f obliqtui^u. s., Meek, 1875 4« 

BhynehoneOa endlichi, n. B., Meek, 19^5 46-47 

96. 

Meek, F. B. Description of Unios supposed to be of Triassic age. < Ann. Rep. Geogr. 
Expls. and Survs. West of the 100th Merid., by G. M. Wheeler, Appendix L L of 
the Ann. Rep. Chief of Engineers for 1875, pp. 83, 84. Washington, 1875. 

Page. 

Unto eri«ton«nm, n. s., Meek, 1875 83-84 

Unto geUUnengUfH. a.f Meek, 1875 84 

Unio terro-nifrrce, n. 8., Meek, 1875 84 

97. 

M EEK, F. B. Description of OleUellus gilbert i and O. howelli. < Rep. Geogr. and Geol 
Expls. and Survs. West of the 100th Merid., 4», vol. iii, Geology, pp. 182, 183. 
1J!J75. Washington, 1875. 

These two species are fully descrihed and illastrated in White's Beport on Invertebrate 
Paleontology, part i. Vol. iv, Wheeler's Expl. and Snrv. West of the 100th Meridan. 

Page. 

(Menus {OleneUu»)gilberti,n.B., Meek, 19^& 182-183 

Oienua iOleneUua) h<nDem,n.B,,Meek,imf^ '. 188 

98. 

Mekk, F. B. a report on some of the l*n vertebrate fossils of the Waverly group and 
Coal-Measures of Ohio. < Rep. Geol. Surv. of Ohio, vol. ii, part ii, Palseontology, 
pp. 269-347, plates x-xx. 1875. Columbus, 1875. 

WAVERLT QBOUP BPBCnS. 

Motttuea. 
Polyzoa, PaifS. 

Fene4fUUa, Loniidale, 1837 273 

F. daicata, Meek, 1871. pi. x. figs. 2 a, d 273-274 

F. mukiporataf. var. 2odie7i«i«, Meek, pi. x,flg8. la,e J!74-^5 



i 



\ 



WBlTtKQS Of F. ft. MEEK. 89 

LUtguIOtBrngaikT^nVZ ».... 27S 

JCdAfvuZflllat) tiMni»ranaeia»Wi]iohell,1868,pl.zlT.flg.4 275 

X.«Mii«.Hftnf 1864.i>Lzlr,flR.8 376 

X.«eo«<ea,DaTldMmf 1868,pLziT.flfc.9 27e-277 

Difeino^ Lamarok, 1819 277 

8ab£«iiTU OrbicuUridea, d'Orbigny. 1847, 277 

i>.(Or6ie«2oi<lM) fiM06«rry{,H«ll. 1884, pLziv, figs, la-4 277-278 

2X(OrfrindoM2aaf)i»{M*ri«M,Heek.ii.s.,l876,pLxiT/flgt.2a. 6 278-270 

Ar«pA«nMna,Baflii6«qQe,1827 279 

Sabgnniis JlM^proititM, Pander, 1880 270 

A(ff«iM%M^<<M)efmweHa,Phinip«f8p.,18ae,pLx,flg».6a-(l 270-288 

ProduetrnM, Sowerby.UU 

iVWMcHtf ap., H«ek, 1875, pL X, flgs. 4 OHi 28^288 

Frwiiietwtp., Meek, 1875, pL z, flr 8 288 

AOyrii, HeCoy, 1844 288 

^.lMiMaMa,Levoineftp., 1885,pLziT, flgs.6«K» 283-285 

4»<fV«r,Sowerby, U15 285 

A eartert,fiaU, 1^, pLxW, figs. 7 a-0, (df) 285-288 

Subgenus Urigonotreta^ JLing, 1825 280 

8. {Trigontitrtta) ttriaHformit^n. s., Heek,1875, pL ziT, flgt. 8«-« 280-280 

8, (TrigMUttrtta) bipHcatut, Hall f f 1858, pi. ziT, fig. 5 200-202 

AKoiuim, Meek 202 

J?.dkiHN«rdimMM»WinobeDr8p., 1865, pL xv, figs. 4 a, h 202-204 

AvieulopteUn, UoCoj, 1851 206 

A. crmittriahu. Meek, 1871, pL xr, ftgii. 7 a,5 205-206 

^.«Midk«ain.t., Heek,]875,pl. XT.figt. 5auid5&f 20^208 

Ptol^ofMOo, Hall, 1870 r 208 

P. b^ordeniit n, ■., Meek, 1875, pL xv, flga.8a-0 208 

SekizoOui, King, 18U 200 

8. m*l»«afui»,Heek, 1871, pi. xv, figa. 1 a-4i 200-300 

Oritmmytia, D« VerneuU, 1847 300 

&.f kanmbaltntU, Sbomard sp., 1855.pl. xri, figs. 5 0-0 800-301 

O. > rikom5oi(2M, Keek, 1871, pi. xri, figs. 7 a, b 802-303 

Q. vmUrieota, Meek, 1871, pi. xtI, figs. 6 a, & (and pL xUi, figs. 5 •, 5, ear.) 303 

i^dmeiMKa. De Koninok, 1844 304 

B. tapu^ormiin. «., Meek, 3875, pL xUi, fig. 6 304 

CardiofMrpha^ De Koninck, 1844 304 

a»ubglobo$an. s.. Meek, 1875, pL xt, figs. 6 a, 5 304-305 

Pntik^ia, Meek, I860 306 

P. fiweK, Winchell, MS., 1872, pL XV, fig. 2 305-806 

Saa^aiiiotiCM; MoCoy, 1844 306 

^f obliqwu. Meek, 1871, pi. xri, figs. 2a, » 80&-307 

8. asoUa, Ball, Whitfield, 18701, pL xvi, figs. 1 0-0 - 307-308 

Fromaarut, Meek, 1871 308 

P.andmcti, Meek, 1871, pL xvii, figs. 1 a, 6 308-300 

AO&riMia, King, 1844 300 

A. {(krwmyitptU) plturopiatka. Meek, 1871, pi. xiil, figs. 4 o-f 30fr-311 

A. windMIi, Meek, 1871, pi. xri, figs. 8 0-0 3U-312 

A. MfUHeoM, Meek, 1871, pL xri, figs. 4 a, h 312-313 

GMlMtvpoda, 

PkUyeerat, Conrad, 1840 ^ 313 

P. (Ortkonyehiaf) lod»«n«, Meek, 1871, pi. xtti, figs, la, 6 313-314 

PUurotofHoria, Defraoce. 1826 814 

P. textUigera, Meek, 1871, pL xiii, figs. 7 a, h 314-315 

Pttropoda. 

OomOmria, MUler, 1818 316 

C. stierofMma, Meek, 1871, pi. xviii, figs. 1 a-«e 316 

O.neuiberryi, HalL pi. xviii, figs. 2 a, b 316-317 

OntUteta. 
SiUomottraea, 

Oiralioearif, McCoy 317 

fSubgenos CMpoeariM, Meek. 1872 817 

a(a^peMrif) 6rod|#yf , Meek, 1872. pi. xrUi, figs. 6 •-« ^ 818-310 



J 



90 BXJLLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM.' 

a(a>^po<Mrw)«Iy<roidM,Heek,1872.pLxyiii,flgs.5«^ Sl»-S» 

Qubgpaxu SoUnoearit, "Moeik, 1912, 820-S21 

O. (SoUnoearit) Hrigaia, Meek 1872, pL xriii, ilgt. 4»-e SU 

TttraeUoopoda. 

f J.reftmooafit, Meek, 1872 8S1 

A, verm^ormiM, Meek, 1872, pL xriii, flg. 7 S21-32I 

JrtfoWto. * 

Pftiai2»fia,Poiilock.l843 t28 

P. {€hri0Uhide8f) lodimww, n. s., Meek. 1875, pi. xriii, flg. 8 828-3S5 

COAL MKABUBB BPECIBS. 

a^noeladia, King, 1840 828 

8. ItiterialU, SwsUow, 1858. pi. xx, flgs.6 a,6 826-327 

PtOodieiya, Lonsdale, 1839 827 

P. {SUetoporah •«f«ata, n.*., Meek, 1876, pL xx, flg. 4 827-328 

P. (iSCiei^Mra) corbonoria. Meek, 1871, pi. XX, figs. 8 0,6 828 

Braehiopoda, 

iSi>iiV«r, Sowerby, 1815 '. 328 

& (2VH7ono(reea)<)9»<ntw, Hall f 1858, pLxix,flg8. 14 a-4(«f) S2».380 

MoSuua (Proper). 

LomelUbranehiala. 

AvUmlopecUn, McCoy, 1851 880 

A.(8trMopUriat) hertz^ n. ■., Meek, 1875, pLxix. flgs. 18 a-e 880-01 

Flaeunoptiw, Morris & Lyoett, 1858 831 

F. reetieardinaUi, n, B., Meek, 1875, pi. xix, flg. L2 331-338 

PoHdonomya, Brown, 1837 883 

P.fraeta, n.».. Meek, 1875, pi. xix, flga, 1 a,b 338-834 

Maerodon, Lyoett, 1845 884 

M. obtdUtua, Meek, 1871, pi. xix, flg. 9 384-335 

Toldia, MoUer, 1842 386 

r. fte9«n«oni. Meek, 1871, pL xix, flgs. 4 a, b 336 

T. (PalaoneUor) earhimaria, Meek, 1871, pl.xlx, flg.5 836 

Sehigodui, King, 1844 896 

Aci*n«a«ti#, n. s.. Meek, 1875,pLxx,flg,7 336-«t7 

Avicuiopinna amerieafMt Meek, 1867, pL xx, flg. 2 887-388 

Pl0uropJkoru«, King, 1844 838 

P. tropitfopAortM, n. s.. Meek, 1875, pL xix, flgs. 10 a, 6 ^ 388-388 

tSotmotnyOt Lamarck, 1818 3S9 

j8.f/afiodontoidef,n.s.. Meek, 1875, pL xix, flg. 11 83MiO 

.IttorteBo, Hall, 1868 8^0 

A.fMw&«Tyi,n.8.,Meek,1875,pLxix,flg.8 .' 840^1 

J..variM, MoChesney,1860,pl.xix,flg.2 841 

.istorfeBa, sp., Meek, pi. xix, flg. 1 a. & 841-842 

(VprMardt'no, Hall, 1860 842 

a /Mrbonario, Meek, 1871, pL xix, flg. 8 a, 6 342-848 

AOorifmo, King, 1844 848 

.l.eo<fato,M.&W.,1860,pLxix,flgs.6a,& 844-M5 

QoiUrapadiL 

Piolyetfrvw, Conrad, 1840 845 

P. tortum. Meek, 1871, pi. xx, flgs-l o-e /. 846 

JTMroeA^Oitf, PhilUps, 1841 846 

Jf. l^^r)!parti,Meek,1872,pLxx,flgs,6a-o 84A-M7 

99. 

MsxKf F. B., and A. H. Worthex. Paleontology of niinois. Desoriptions of Inver- 
telirntes. ^Geological Survey of Illinois, vol. vi, section ii, pp. 491-582, plates 
23-32. 1875. Springfield, 1875. 

PDl>lished by anihority of the legislatare, 1876. 

Genus Carbonaroa. A portion of these descriptions are by Mr. Worthen alone, and are not 
I in the following list: 



WRrrmoB op p. b. meek and a. h. wobthen. 91 

LOWBB ULUBIAN BTBCHB. 

HbrnoerMMW, HaU 4M 

H.9mgntiatm§,U.AW.,um,^\.Txm,tg.B 482^198 

g<l T Otfr i it w ortttWM,M.AW.,iatt.pLniU,flg.l 4» 

Motkucm, 

£fl0MllifrrwMxfti0te. 

ModioU>pti$mihntuuU,JLAW^UfI0,^xxm,figt.9m,h 4M-406 

OatUntpodm, 

AidiiKtet, Coond 496 

i8.«iVCatii#,H.AW^18aO,pLzxiii,ilg.6 406-486 

AitieMtote. 

A t a p k ui , Brongntort 497 

X(/«oC0iiit)«i^aMM,H.&W^187O,]»LxxUi.]ig.6 - 487-486 

UPPBB UUJBIAV tantcoB, 
BpnnguM. 

A«^lM|»oM^pr0mor#a,Goldtttp.,1828,pLzzT,flgt.8,2a 488 

B^ceptatmHtM, Deftiiee 608 

£:/miM»MM.M.ikW..1870,ia.zxiT,flg.l 600 

UrocAiojioda ■ 

8tneHam4imim, BUUngs 808 

i9.d^oniiif,M.AW.,1870,pLxzlT,ilKt.6a,6 609-608 



OrtiU>«ira«, Auot 503 

O. er«6rMrtelum, M. AW., 1866, pLxxTi,flg. 2 608-604 

0.fPi«rf«ilZar».HaJlf 1868, pLxzyl, fig. 1 604 

O. a m gu l mtmm , Vahl, 1827, pi xxir, flg. 8 604 

O.ioli«teMi«.M.&W^1803^pLxxTl,flg.6 606 

(V^CoMTM, Goldf OM 600 

ad<inimMa,Hiaif 1861,pLzxT,flf.6 600 

LUuUe$,Bnyn 607 

Iugn^ftonmuiB,M.&,W,, 1868, pL xxr. flg. 1 607-608 



X<efta«,DiamMi 608 

i;.bott0}ti,Bigtby,8p.,182S,pLzzT,flg.5 '. 608 

mammt, Dahmn 606 

• /. (BiMiMi«tM)9rqAofM«M<t.^AW.,1868,pLzxT,flg.4 608-610 

^keBmoehiu,Besjieh 610 

&roin<n9«K,Han,1862,pLzziT,flg.4 610 

MaOmtea. 

OtfkaitpodtL 

Fkrmgmocmrmt 611 

P.«MMW<,M.4tW^1866,pLxzTiU,flgs.2a,» 611-«12 

Ortiut9tn$ 612 

O.wifidUW,M.AW.,1806,pLurdii.flg.l 612-618 

LOWBB OABBOHiraBOUS BFSOIIB. 

MahmiMrmmU. 

Bgnbaaumiima,VWm^ 614 

Af«8Miii«,81miiiftrd,1806,pLxxix,flg.4 614 

iHdtoeHiMtf, Monster 616 

D.fiau, C Mwed ay A Lyon, 1880, pL xxix, flg. 7 616 

PaUrioeHnut 616 

Sabgcnot AoiyMoerifittf, Hall 618 

P.(A»pMo«fifMtf)Mi0«t, Hall,1861,pLxxiz,flg.l 618 

PminmUe$,Smj 621 

P. (2Wgc<lge K mi * K Miquahu Rowner. ap., 1882. pL xxxi, flg. 4 521 

iSH>V^. Sowerby 621 

A/iifti^0<«f, H.AW.,1870,pLxxx,flg.8 621-«2S 

AiuylMlifff, Haa,1858,pLxzx,flgs.2a,Hidle 823 

AfiikofMtiitoHt, Hall, 1868. pL xzx, flg. 1 628-024 



92 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MlTSEUM. 

COAL IfSASUBB 6PBCII8. 

il^BopAyaum, Edwards & Haime 525 

J., nutit, Whitest St John, pLzxzii,flgB.ea-« 525 

Oonoeardiwrn, Blown 529 

a oWigtrtim. M. & W., 18C6, pi. xxxlli, fig. 4 589 

FUurophonuf King 539 

P. f a»vutelta. M. & W., 1886, pL xxxiii, fig. 6 629-580 

Oorfronorea, Meek 4t Worthen, 1870 530 

C.pi6fto«t,M.&W., 1878, pLxxxiii, fig. «. 631 

Na^UUui, Linnaena 531 

N.iOryjrtoe^rat) eapa<e,iL StW.,l8m,pLxxTm,tg.l 583 

100. 

Meek^ F. B. Notice of a very large Goniatite from Eastern Kansas (Carboniferons). 
< Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Geog. Stirv. of the Terr. No. 6, 2d ser., vol. i, p. 445. 
Wawbington, 1875. 

The author regarda it aa at most only a Tariety of O. glotmloiiu. Meek & Wortheiit althoogb . 
Eit Uining so great sixe. 

Pageu 
OtmiatUet globuiotus -nr, exeelnu, M.etikt 1875 445 

101. 

ACtTEKi F. B. Descriptions and illustrations of fossils from Vanconver's and Sncia 
I«liv&dB, and other Northwestern localities. <Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Qeog, 
Siirv, of the Terr., vol. ii, No. 4, pp. 351-374, 6 plates. 1876. Washington, 1876. 

Carboniferona, Cretaceous, and Tertiary ; mostly Cretaoeons. A large part of the species em- 
braced in this paper were originally described by the anthor in 1858 in toL iv of Transactions 
A Ibuiy Institnte, and are here redesoribed with others and illastrated. 

CARBOMIFEBOUB SPECIES. 

Bradiiopoda. Page. 

ProduetuM, SoMcrby 354 

P.toti«#imu#,Sowerby,1822,pl.i,flg.l 354-355 

;^ir^, Sowerby 355 

jgl*«o*uJfc,HalU1868,pLi,flgB.3and3a 356 

^CAyWt, McCoy, 1844 355 

il.«vl»(ai(a,HaU,sp.,1852,pl.i,flgB.2and2a '. 855-358 

CBBTACEOUB SPECIES. 

fMmtUibranehiata. PtH^ 

Nuetda, Lamarck 868 

y.triMtona, Meek, 1867 858 

C^mmoiotodon, Meek 858 

C7. f voneouvtfrefMtff, Meek, 1857, pL iiL figs. 5 and 5 a 858-S57 

Ar«a,8im 357 

A.f f?t«ilaterolit,Meek,1857,pl.ii,flgs.8,8a 857 

Jnoeeramut, Sowerby 358 

I.ariptiif vi. mbundatui, Meek, 1881, pL iii, figs. 1, 1 a and 3, 8 a 3Sg-3S9 

/.boroWni, Morton, 1834, flg.— 358 

Inoceramu9 1, pLl, flg.8 « 359 

Triffonia, Bmguiftre 359 

r.etantiMeek, 1857,pLii, flg8.7a,6 350-300 

/Votoeardta, Beyrich ^ 360 

P.^cOiOa, Meek, 1857, pl.iii, flg8.4and4« 880-881 

Vyprimeria, Conrad 361 

at l«n«i«, Meek, 1881, pL ii, flgs. 6 o, 5 861 

PhoUMdomya^ Sowerby 862 

P.suWon^to, Meek, 1857, pLii, figs. la 869 

Offfiiomya, Agassix • 362 

0.borMU$, Meek, 1857. pLU, flg.2 362-863 

Tkracia, Leach 868 

T,f oMidsntolit, Meek, 1857, pL li, figs. 3 a 863 

T.f #ii«nm««<mMe©k,1867,pLil,flga.4and4<i ^ M-W 



WRrriNQS OF F, B. MEEK. 93 

Dm tahum ^ LtniMMM 804 

D,hmo0k»mM, Meek, 1887, pLUi,flg.« 364 

BoMiite, Lunuxsk 864 

B,Met>eruia, Trsskt 1856, pLir, flff8.3«-« 864-465 

A 0M<dmlalif, Meek, 1861, pL It, flgt.la-6 866-867 

H§Uroeenu, d'Orbtgny 867 

ff.Mop^H. GabbAp., 1864, pLlli,flgB.7a 867 

AmmaniiM, BrugfU^re 867 

A.n€wb0rrymiitu, Meek, 1857, pLir. flgB.3a,( 867-868 

A.e9tmpUaputrzT. sueiamtii. Meek, 1861, pLr, flgt.2a-e 861^870 

PfoMiKieera*, Meek 870 

P.f vaneowMrente, Meek, 1861, pL -H, figs. 1 a^ 876-871 

P%lloe«nM, Snees 871 

P.;rw»e««w,Meek, 1857,pLT, fkf&lfl-» 871-878 

KmutOMt^ Liniumu .' 878 

Jf. tmmrhaii, Meek, 1861, pLri, ilKt.2, ta 878 

TBITIABT 8PBCIM.f 

Jf Mftno, LfauuBiu 874 

jr. ^idbMNM, Meek, 1861, pLil, iifft. 8a-» 874 

102. 

MsEk, F. B. Note on the new genus Uintaorinos, Orinnell. <Balletin U. 8. Geol. 
and Geog. Surv. of the Terr., vol. il, No. 4, pp. 375-378, 2 wood cnts. 1876. Wash- 
ington, 1876. 

This p*per eoaeieU largely of a redeeoription and lect tfl catii m of tke geaue. 

Page. 

rinloerimM, n. g., Oiinsell, 1876 376-378 

r. Mciolw, n. 8., Orinnell, 1876 1, figs. A, B, p. 875 875 

103. 

Meek, F. B. Descriptions of the Cretaoeons Fossils collected on the Ban Jnan explor- 
ing expedition under Capt. J. N. Macomb, U. S. Engineers. <ReiN>rt of the Ex- 
ploring Expedition from Santa F^,New Mexico, to the Junction of the Grand and 
Green rivers of the Great Colorado of the West, in 1859, pp. 121-133, pis. i and ii. 
Washington, 1876. 

The exploratioB wae made in 1856, but the rqmri was not pnbUabed imltt 1876, when Mr. 
Meek lerieed the work in aocordanoe wUh hie views at the tine ef pnbUoayoa. 
L aw f itK b r mmeh iatm . Psge. 

Ottnm, Linnena 123 

0.lM^M»rif, Conrad, 1857, pLi,figt.la-4 123-124 

O. (6fypiUMi;)«ifi^ormit,n.s.,Meek,1876,pl.i,figt.2a^ 124 

me^nra^Sa^y 124 

I S. whim6<ga, n. a.. Meek, 1876, pL i, flga. 8 a-4 124-125 

Anomia^JAxaubJiM 125 

I A. fiMcte, !!.«., Meek, 1876, pLi,iigs. 4 a-6 125 

OflproCiiia, d*Orbigny 126 

{ a(J2i9tti0fiuif)Meoniw, Meek,1876,pLi,flg8.7a-6 126 

I PUtmiulm, Lamafok 126 

. P. «r«iMiHa» n. s., Meek, 1876^ pL i, flga. 5 «-e 126-127 

I /noecranHu, Sowerby ■ 127 

/.A«V««.H.&M.,1856!,pLi,flg.6 127 

OaMaltOo, Lamarck 127 

I a thummrdi, n. a.. Meek, 1876, pL ii, flga. 7 o-c 127-128 

Ogprefhtria, Conrad 128 

I OJcnuta, D. a.. Meek. 1876, pL i. figs. 8 o-d 128 

> Oardium, hinumuB 128 

aMIi<2vm,n.«.,Meok,1876,pLii,flge.6a,6 128-129 



94 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Paca 
GaHmvpoda, 

AekBon^'iioaiSort • IS 

^.inter0atorif,iLB.,Meek,1876,pl.ii,flgs.4«-« IS 

AnehurOtConnd 129 

^.;n«io&0nyt,iLB.,Meek,1876,pl.ii,flg.5 12»4» 

Cephalopoda. 

SaeuUteSt Lamarck 130 

^. ofMfp* var. odeiMUt, Meek, 1876, pLil,flgs.la-A U0-t32 

Prionoqf€kUt Meek ^ 122 

P.;iiia0omM,iL8.,Meek,1876»pLii,flgs.8«Ml ISS-IS 

104. 

Meek, F. B. Report on the Paleontologioal collectionB of the expedition, <Report 
Ezpl. Great Basin of the Terr, of Utah, in 1859. By J. H. Simpaon. Appendix 
J, pp. 337-373, pis. i-y. WashingtoD, 1876. 

I>eToiiiaxi, Carboniferoaii, Juraasio, Cretaoeona, and Tertiary. The explaaatioiia were made 
and the foesila colleoted nearly eighteen yeara before the publication of thla lepofi, buithe 
paleontology waa corrected in accordance with the Tiewa of theaathor atthetimeof pdbUoatiM. 

DMoriptiont qfnew tpooioi, 

DBVOHIAV FOaSOB. 

MoaM$oa. 
Braehiopoda. Page. 

Proditetut, Sowerby 345 

P.«tt6aet4M<u«.Miirohl8onfl840,pLI,flga.8«-<a 345 

iS[piny;w, Sowerby 34S 

A tt<aA«fwi«, Meek,1800,pLi,flg8.4a"0 846-346 

S.engdmanni Meek, 1800, pL i, flga. 1 «-« 846-347 

iS:«<H0fonM,Meek,18OO,pLi,flga.6«Ml 347 

J.erypa, Dalman 347 

^r«<w;ttlari«(Lin.)Dalm.,1707,pLi,flg8.6a-» 817-848 

A.<up#ra,Schloth,1813,pLi,flg8.2a-6 848 

CABBomvBBOUB voosns. 
MoOiuca, 

Polyzoa. 

Arehimedipora, D'Orbigny 848 

Arehimedipora, f Meek, pL i, fig. U 348 

Braekiopoda. 

OAonetat, Fischer i 848 

<7.vem«tt/{umaTar. tttoAtfiwif, Meek,1876,pLii,flg8.2a-^ 848-848 

Pro<fuetu«, Sowerby 848 

P.Mmi«(nafiM, Meek,1860,pl.i,flg8.7a-4 848 

P.mt(tt<#trMieu«, Meek,1860,pLi,fig8.8a-4 850 

Athyrit, McCoy 850 

^mdeOtta, Hall, sp.. 1852, pLU, figs. 4 »-& 350-851 

I^rifer^ Sowerby 851 

5.(^fVmfM;)«eo6ifu»,Meek,1860,pLii,flg8.6a^ 851-858 

<9.(/6;pin/mno)imIe^«r, Meek, I860, pLii, figs. la-A 858 

/S: eatiMrotM, Morton, 1836, pL ii, figs. 8 a, 8 853 

Lamdlihrtmehiata. 

Avieuiopeeten, McCoy 854 

J..tttoA«n«w.Meek,1860,pl.i,iigs.8a-c 854 

Cephalopoda. 

Orthoeerae, Auct 854 

0.5a«u{um, Meek, 1860, pLi, figs. 10 a-6 264-855 

JUBABSIC 8PXCIB8. 

Radiata. 
BehinodermaJta. 

PerUaeHnitee, Miller 855 

Ptfneamm(e«, undt sp.. Meek, pL iii, figs. 6 a-« 855 

MoUueea. ^ 

Lamellibranehiata. 

OfftTM, Linneoa 866 



WBITIKQ8 OF F. B. MEEK. 95 

Q. $m§tkmumni,mt^ 1860. pLlii« flg.6 866-856 

Grypkma tmhutm, QiMiialedtf 1866, pLUi, fig.2 866 

dMnfCMMoliff, Agsnis.... 866 

g htKttrimtm, Meek, 1868. pLfli, flgs. 8 o-d 86^-887 

JItnfKtwi, Linn 867 

D-f MkfiMtfralMim Meek, 1860. pLUi, figs.! «-« 887 



StiiMMttM, LMDWOk 868 

B.d«MW,M. AH.. 1858.pLUi. flga.4a.8 868 

CBRACIOini FOMILB. 

iMMcrmiMw, Soworby 868 

I. pnUtmmliim§, ScMoOl, 1820, pL tr, flg^ 1 g and 1 8,tf(t) 888-468 

^iMm<«.Linn 868 

X-iwIrfam Meek. 1880. pl.lT. ilg.8 868 

fueo ww M tf W i j w o ni, Meek, 1860, pLir. Iig.4 860 

BIAS BIVBB FBI6H-WATU OB BVrUABT BBOB. 
jroOMOO. 

Xonnffffl 111 w iikiu fii 

ITMo, BetiiiM 881 

l7.Mlii«lic«,Meek.l860, pLT. flgt.l2«.6 881 

Obr^tflo, BrngnMre 881 

O. (Ani9orh^nekm$) p^riform4», Meek. 1860. pL t. figs. 8 and 10 881-888 

a0fi9ciiiuHuii,Meek.l86O,pLT,fls&18a.8 888 

iVr9Hi<r«ni. 1871. Meek 868 

P. hmttnerota. Meek. 1880. pLr, tg%,tar^ 868 

X<MMMifiaidiiIa.Meek,1860. pLT,fls.l4 '. 868-884 

Mkftopk9ru§ 864 

&|»rifi:ii«,Meek.l860^pLT. flga.4a,6 864 

TBBTIABT FOOSXLB. 
JfaliKfOfl. 

XawifKbrwicifc^gfti. 

ITMo. Beteins 864 

XT. hmwdmU, Meek, 1860, pL r, flgs.ll «.6 864-866 



tf. fimiMOffii, Meek. 1880, pLT. flga.l«^ 866-866 

e. areta. Meek. 1860. plT, flg.6 880 

Pkm#rfrit. Mftller 866 

P. 9«etaMU«. Meek. 1860. pLT.flgB. 7 o-ii 886-867 

P.4M0ta6a<» w. ntsAMwif, Meek. 1860, pLr. flgt.8«-i 307 

XimiMMi'vi<iMta,Meek. 1860. pLT, flgB.8a.6 867 

L.timaia, Meek. 1860. pLr, flgs.8a,ft 867 

Calelogae of the organic remains oonUined in the ooUeotion 868-378 

Derooian speeiee 868 

CartMMiifecons speeieo 868-871 

Pennian lionnB 871-878 

Jnrissie species 872 

C reta ceo u s species 872-378 

Fossils of the Bear BiTcr Fresh or Brackish water beds 373 

Tertiary species ^ 873 

105. 

Hm, F. B. A report on the Inyertebrmte Cretaoeoas Mid Tertiary FossUs of the 
Upper Miasonri Coontry. <Bep. U. 8. Geol. &. Geogr. Sorv. of the Terr. 4°. 
ToL ix, pp. i-xiv, l-629y pK i-xlv. Washington, 1876. 

This g rea t work contains descripttons and illastrations of nearly 800 species ; more than 300 
geoera and snbgenera are Adly diagnosed, besides which tall diagnoses of the fkmilies which 
embrace them are given ; also philosophical discussion of many important questions. The 
graater part of the species embraced in this volnme were previoosly. ftom time to time, de- 
scribed and published, mainly in the publications of the Acad. Nat Sc Fhila. 



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COXTKITTS. 

?■«•. 

LiBtof wood'Cata xM 

List of errata xr 

letter of Dr. F. V. Hayden rvii 

Iiitrodactory remarks xix 

UretaGeoofl formation xxi 

beotion of Cretaceous formation on the Missouri xxiii 

deneral section of the Cretaceous rocks of Nebraska xxiT 

Subdivisions of the Upper Missouri undoubted Cretaceous series, and their geographi- 

oal extension west of the Mississippi, individually considered xxtI 

Dakota group xxtI 

Fort Benton group xxriii 

l«iobrara group xxx 

Ifort Pierre group xxxiii 

Fox Hills group xxxt 

^'ew Mexican Cretaceous section xxxrii 

Kelations of the Upper Missouri Cretaceous beds to those east of the Mississippi xxxviii 

Section of Cretaceous rooks of Mississippi xxxviii 

Alabama section xxxix 

If ew Jersey section ^. xli 

Parallelism of the subdivisions of the Upper Missouri Cretaceous series with those of 

the same in Europe xliii 

Fresh and brackish water lignite deposits of the Upi>er Missouri xlviii 

Judith River group xlvii 

Section of the Judith RiTer group xlviii 

Kurt Union group Iv 

Section of the Fort Union Ui 

Tertiary rocks of the Wind Kiver and White River groups % Ixi 

Wind River group bd 

White River group «. Ixi 

Sf)ctionof the White River group bdi 

Invertebrate paleontology 1 

Cretaceous species 1 

Species of theft-eshand brackish water lignite beds 500 

Fossils of the Wind River Tertiary 688 

Fossilsof the White Kiver Tertiary 5« 

Appendix 607 

CRKTACSOU8. 

Kadiata. 
Polypi. 
Aetinaria. 
FungiidcB. 

Micrabaeia, Edwards d:. Haime, 1849 1 

M. americana,M.6LK., 1860. pLxxviii, figs. 1 ohI 1-2 

Aleyonaria. 
OorgoniidcB. 

WebsUHa, Edwards & Haime, 1864 2-3 

IF. cretoc«a, Meek, 1864, pL xxviii, flgs. 3 o-c j-4 

* Jlftero«ti2ia, n. g., Meek, 1876 4 

M. miUepunctata, n. s., Meek, 1876, pi. xxviii, figs. 2 «-« 4 

Behinodermata. 
£ehinoidea. 
Spatangidof. 

HenUa9ter,I>e»OT,,lS41 6 

H. kumphreyianui, M. & H., 1857, pL z, figs. 1 a-^ 5-6 

MoUutea. 
Brachiopoda. 
Lyopomata. 
LinguUdot. 

Xin^uto, Brngnidre, 1792 7-» 

L.nitida, M. & H., 1861, pL xxviii, flgs. 18 a, 6 9-10 



* fiiicpov, small ; an'^u, puncture. 



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LamdUbranekiata. 

Monomyaria. 

(ktnidcB. 

0»tr«i, Liim«a«, 1758 10-12 

^locfryonio, Fischer 11 

GrypAcMMCreo, CoDrad 11 

Ot<rea. sp. andt., pL ii, figs, rlii a And 6 12-18 

O. ecm^Mfo. Connkll843. pL ix, fijcs. I o^ 18-U 

O.inomata, M. 4c H., 1800, pL x. fig. 4 14 

0.peaiueida,yL.k,n. I8e0.pL xxyiil,flg8.4 aand 6 IS 

0.{OryphcBo§treat) f^oalata. Meek, pL xxvlii, fig. 5 15-10 

0. {Gryphon njxUina, M. &. H.. 1856, pL x, flga. 2 a, 6 ; a, 6 (bin), and 3 «, /; also 

pL xi varictiei 10-18 

CrrypJUsa, Lamarck, 1801 10 

O.veticuUiriM, Lam.? 1806, pL xi, figs. 2 a-0, and pi. xvi, flga. 8 a, 6 20-21 

Anomiidig. 

^nomia, Linneaa, 1767 21-22 

il. / oWi^tM*. M. &. U.. 1860, pi ix, flg. 2 22 

A..* 9ftbtrigonali', M. & H.. 1860,pL xvi, flga. 4 a,& 22-28 

PeeUnidoB. 

Oklamyt, Bolten,179«..-. 28-26 

C.n«6ra«enm,M.&:H.,1856,pLxTi,flga.0a-« 26-26 

iS^fU^^onema, Meek, 1804 20-27 

&ri^uia,U. &M.. 18S4.pl. xTi, figs. 5 a, 6 27-28 

Heteromyaria. 
PUriida. 

Pterin, ScopoU. 1777 28-82 

EUctroma, ^toliozka 29 

P§«udopUra, Meek 20 

Oxyttyma, Meek 29 

P. lingukfonnU, Erana 4c Shamard, sp., 1854, pL xri, figs. 1 o-d 82-88 

P. Ungui/ormU var. ttfh^'hbo^a, pi. xxriil, flg. 12 83 

P. Aaydem, H. & M., 18.'>4. pi. xvi, flga. 2 o. 6 83-34 

P. (Oxytoma) nebrtucanct, E. St S., 1857. pL xvi, flga. 3 a, b, and pL xxTiil, fig. 11 . . 34-30 

P. (P#«udoptwi) /6ro«a, M. & H., 1856, pL xvii, flga. 17 o-d 36-37 

/aoeeramu«. S4»werby, 1819 • 38-41 

Sahgenns Ithoeeramut 38-39 

MytUoides, Bron gniart 39 

Cia«ttu# (Bronunlftrt ?). Chena 39 

Aetinoeeramut.JAefk 89 

Voltneeramtu, Stoliczka 40 

/. Unoeeramtu) fragUis. H & M., 1854, pL ▼, fig. 5, and flga. 1 and 2, p. 42 42-48 

/. {Inoeeramtu) attut. Meek. 187I,pL xiv,flg8. 1 a,6 48-44 

1. ( Vidviceramut) umbotuxtuM, M. Si, II., 1858, pL iii, figs. I a-c, and pL iv, figs. 1 a-h 
Mid2o,fc 44-40 

/. ( FoirieeramiM) fTOjTi^oidM, M. & H., 1862, pL V, figs. 3 a-« 40-47 

Sabgenus CatiUuM, Brong. 

/. (CatiUus) pertenuis. M. Sc H., 1856. pL xxxvii, figs. 3 a, 6, and pL xxxviii, flga. 

Za,b . .. 47-48 

/. (CatiUug) criptfii ! var. nibe^mipresnut, M. 6c H., pi. xxxviii, fig. 2 &i« 48-49 

/. (CatiUus) eripgiit var. barabini, Morton, 1834. pi. xiii, fl|.8. 1 <»-«, andpL xii, fig. 

3,flB8.1-4 49-60 

J. {CatiUut) convextit, H. ^ M.,iH54. pi. xii, flgs.5aand6 51-52 

/. (CaWhu) iogensu var. iiebratcentis, Owin. 1852, pL xiii, figs. 2 a, b 62-53 

J. (CtMtUta) prcmtnia, Tnomey ? 1854. pi. xii, figs. 7 a. 6 63-55 

/. iOatiUttt/) proximus f var. tubcireularxg, Meek. pi. xii, figs. 2 a, 6 66-50 

/. (CatiUus) batchii, M. A H., 1800. pi. xv, fi-s. 1 o, 6 '. 50 

J. {CfaHUus) tenuiUnsafiw, H. 4c M., 1854, pi. xii, fig. 57 

i. iCatiUus) vanfu;«mi, M. 4c H., 1800, pL xiv, figa. 2 a, 6 67-68 

/- iCatiUui) 8ubUBTi9,U. & M., 1851, pL xii, figs. 1 a and 6 68-59 

/. (Cfci«»flii#) ««ittiro«fm. M. & H., 1802, fig. 5 69 

/. (OitiCu*) undodundia, M. 4c H., 1862, pi. iii, figs. 2 a, 6 OO-Ol 

/. (Camus) incurvtUuB, M. 4c H., 1856. pi. xii, fitfs. 4 a and 5 01 

Sobgenas MytUoides, Brong. 

I. (MytOoides) problematicus, Schlot., pi. ix, figs. 3 e, 6 02 

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/. (MvtUoideg) probUmatieus var. avietdoidet, M. & B., 1800, pL ix, fig. i 6a-«i 

OtnitHa, Defrance. 

O. 9ubtortU0sa,'hi.6i. H., 1850, pi. xTi« figs. 7 o-e 65-66 

O.reeta, M. & H.. 1861, pL xxix, flga. 1 a, 6 66-67 

MyiUidcB. 

MytOut, Linnaeus, 1758 67-68 

AuXoeomya, Morcli (=Hormomya. Morch) 68 

^ICaMiui, Gray 68 

if. mfromuKiM.M. &H.,1856.pl. xxxviii,flga.2a,6 60 

VoUeOa, Scopoli,1777 e»-7l 

Brachydontes, Swainson 70 

Y. msekii, E. & S., sp., 1857, pL xv, figs. 3 o-c 72 

F. yolpiniana. £. A S., 0Pm 18M. pl- xxriii, flgB. 7 a, 6 71 

V. attenuata,U. it. H.. 1856, pL xxtUI. flga. 8 a, 6 74 

OreneOa, Brown. 1827 74-76 

ifodiotoria. Beck 75 

^ a «l<^n<i«Za,M.AH.,18«l,pLxxvU!.flga.6a-c 75-76 

Ar«idm. 

Bardotio, Gray, 1840 76-80 

Po^iMmo, Conrad 78 

J.Mir,Gray 78 

aaOoarea, Gray 78 

iSlnarea. Conrad 78 

PkVMMTO, Conrad 78 

/ CTroHoareo, Conrad (=fOii«i«tt«ir0a, Conrad) 78 

B. (PoJy»«iMiT)j>araaea, Meek, 1872, pLli,flg. 10 80-81 

fr«mod<m, Conrad. 1870 81-82 

A\ fuloolima, Evans & Shnm., sp., 1857, pL xt, figs. 6 o^ 6 82-83 

O^euOim, Lamartk. 1801 8»-85 

/donearoa, Conrad 84 

LaHarca, Caand 84 

O. {Idonearea) $huiHardi, M. Sl H., 1856, pL xxviii, figs. 16, a-^, and pL zxix. fig. i . 86-87 

C. (Idonearea) fM6nueefui«, Owen, 1852. pL xxlx, figs. 5 a, 6 8^-88 

a(/dofMaiTa/)cordata,M.AH.,1856,pLxxix.flgs.6a,6 8»-M 

ly^^onnrea, Conrad, 1882 90-91 

A'eriarra, Conrad 91 

T.iBrtviarcaf) «io«xnui«, H. A M., 185i. pL i. fig. 6 92 

T. (Brmarea/>«ai»m7ii#u, Meek,pLii,flgii.la-« 92-03 

T. (Breviarta) exigua,M. Sc H., 1856, pL xv, figs. 2 »-/ »-04 

Aaruura. Poll. 1791 94-95 

A.tubimbrieata, M. d: D., 1860, pL xxriii, figs. 14 o-e 9S-96 

iimoptu, SuMi 1827 96 

L-jNimito. M.& U.. 1856, pLxxviii, figs. 17 o-e 97-98 

Nuculida. 

A'lirtiia, Lamarck. 1799 98-99 

ilo7a. H. A: A.. Ad 98 

>'. «t<l»ptoaa. M d: H.. 1856, pL xTii, fi{;8. 7 a, 6 90-100 

N.ob4oUtistnata,lA.6L, H, 1856. pL xv, figs. 10 a. 6 100-101 

K.planifnarginata, M. 6i H.. 1856. pL xv. figs. 8 a. 6, and pL xxriii, fig. 16 101-102 

K.eaneeUata,\l.6i H., 1856. pL xxviii. figs. 13 a-« 102-103 

Udida, 

Kuculana,Un\,\'io: * 103-104 

X. W««lca<a. M. & H., 1864. pL XV, figs. 4 m 6 104-105 

3r.«ii*na#tila,H.& M, 1854,pLxv,flg.0 106-106 

K.reqMilaUrali4,M.&i H., 1 >56, pL xv, flga. 7 o^ 6 106 

ToWmi. MoUer, 1842 107-108 

Portlandia, Morrh 

r.wirro«ionta,Mtn'k. 1872.plii.fig.2 100 

T.acitula^'Sl.ii U . 18o6,pL xxviil,flg.9 110 

r.eraiMiM.^ H.. 1856, pL xxviii, figs. 10 a-c lU 

T.v^ntrifvM, d. & M . 18^, pL xv, flg^ 5 «, 6 U2 

ITmonMUr. 

jrarporOaaa. Schumacher, 1817 119-114 

jLLi4mod*'i%ta Say 118 



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WRITINGS OF F. B. BCEER. 99 

0»iii]»{(iAana, SwaixMon lit 

(TmoitofMit, Swainaon (=OiitoMla,&wftiiiaoii.l840; not Lam.. 1700) Ill 

JCiMfrnMe0fMi«.Heek.lS71,pLi.flga.5a^ U4-1U 

Ont$aUUidm. 

OroiMKetta, Lamarck, 1801 llfr-117 

Subgenoa Pnehytkoeru*, Conrad, 1870 110 

a (PadkyfAoTiM) mHui, H. & M., 1864, pL xTii, iiga. 6 »Hl 117-118 

0««a<««»na, Meek, 1871 118-120 

C.oWoiva.li©ek,1871,pLil,llgB.8»-4 120-121 

£nf»Jky2a.Gabb,18e4 121-124 

i?. prw^rta. H. & H., 1850, pLxTii,flga.O a, 6. flga.e and 7, p. 124 124-120 

SoUmnfida. 

&>(«mya, Lamarck, 1818 12^120 

8.9ubpUeata, M. dr H., 1850, pL xxviii, fig. 10 120 

LmeiMidce, 

' Lucima, Bmgtii^re, 1702 ltO-18S 

M^rUa, Tarton, 1822 120 

CVeto*, H. & A. Adama, 1897 (not Bmg.) 181 

jrittfcM,H.ftA.Adam«,1857 181 

X.ttt&tm(fa<a, HaUftMe«k,1854. pLxvii,flga.2a-«..\. 183-134 

L. oeeidentalU, Morton. 1842, pL xvU, figs. 4 »-4 184-186 

L,oeeitUntaHt\mr.Mntrico9a, MftH., 1800, pL xvii, ilga. 8 •-« 186-180 

4>A<snoIa. StoUoxka, 1871 180-187 

&/0Dr(iato. M&H.. 1857^ pL xxix. flga.8a-e 187-138 

S. t warrgnana. Meek 188 

& f efi4lolraMy«, Meek. pL xxix. fig. 2 180 

T^ner^didiB, 

Tameredia, Lycett, 1860 140-142 

7. anMriMao. M. ^ H., 1850. pi. xxxTiii, flga. 1 o-A 142-144 

Olo$$id<B. 

O^ma, Lamarck, 1812 144-146 

a ovolo, M. & H., 1857. pi. xxix, flga. 7 a-«, and i)g. 8, p. 146 146-147 

O.ovata var. comprMM. M. St H., pi. xxx, fig. 11 147 

VenieUa. Stoliczka, 1870 (= VmtiUa, Morton ; not of Dnponchel, or Alder A 

Hancock) 147-162 

tanOuwrdui. Stolicska, 1870 140 

V.eonradi, Morton, figs. 0-11 148 

V. goniophora, n.A., Meek. 1876, pL iv, fig. 4 and fig. 12, p. 152 152-163 

V.mortoni, M. & H., 1862, pi. It, figa.3a,6 154 

F.nid<ttmu2a, M.&H., 1857. pi. xvii, figs. 6 a. 6 164-160 

F. (Veniluardia f) kvmilU, M.dtH.. 1860, pL xxx, flga. 5 a-e 166-16i 

Oyrettidm, 

Oyrena. Lamank, 18J8 157-156 

Egeta, IL Sc A. Adam*. 1858 167 

Oifrena dakotennM, M. dtH., pi. i. flga. 1 a-/ 150-160 

Oarbicula, Mnhlfeldt. 1811 160-168 

Felorittno, Meek 161 

LepUatMes, Ue^lL ; 161 

O.fnwaUs, Meek. 1872, pLii, figs. 5a,e 168-164 

C. / nid<riyonoit#. Meek. 1872, pL ii, fife. 6 164-166 

Octrdiidcg, 

Oardium, Linnieus. 1758 (=i4Mn<Aoeard<um. Gray) 166-168 

Peetunetdus ( Adanson). Stoliczka ; bot not H. & A. Adama and othara 166 

Traekyeardium, Morcb 106 

Oriocardium, Conrad 166 

Tropidoeardium, Roemer (Oardium proper of moat antbora) 106 

Oerattoderma (Poll), Morcb 166 

yemoeordiitm. Meek 167 

C (Oriocardium) upeeiomm, M. 4c H . 1856. pL xxxrii, flga. 4 a-€ 160-170 

O. tonraMfiM, Meek, 1871, pi. ii. figs. Uo-d 170-171 

ProCoeorrfia, Beyricb. 1845 171 

Pachyeardiwm, Conrnd 172 

Leptocardia, Meek 172 

SQli;:en us, rrotocardia 172 

P. (Proto«ardMi)MKn<m#:«,Meok,1871,pl.ii.figa,13a-e 174 



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Page. 

Sabgenus, L«ptocardia, Meek, Section (a) 175 

* P. (Leptocardia) iubquadrata, E. &, S., sp., 1857, pL xxix, flgs. 8 a-« 175 

P. ( Leptocardia) rata, E. & S. sp. , 1857, pi. x vii, flge. 1 a-« 17« 

P. (Leptocardia?) perUnuU, M. & H., 1861, flgd. 13 and 14, p. 176 176-177 

Veneridce. 

Cottwrfa. Poli, 1791 177 

CaUvttu, Voli, typical (^OhioneGvay, not of Milhlfeldt) 178 

Dione, Gi-ay 178 

MaerocalliH Ca . Meek 179 

Pitar,Jtoem. { = Caryatin, Roenier) ^ 179 

Aphrodina, Conrnd . . 179 

f DonniopHs, Conrad 179 

0. (DoginiopM) dev>eyi,M.Sc H., 1^56.pL xvli. flg8.15a-« 182-183 

O. (DonniopHs) oteenana, M.& H., 1856.pl. xxxvii, fig. 1 183-184 

a {DoMiniopns) ne6ra«<j<?n*it, M. & H., 1856, tigs. 15-17, p. 184 184-188 

a (DogiHiopfis) orbiciUata, H. & M , 1854, pL ▼, figs. 2a-c 186-187 

a f peUvcida, M. & H., 1856, pi. x^ii, figs. 10 a-e and figs. 12 a-e 187-188 

0. (Aphrodina f) tenuuf,U.&, M., pi. v, figs. 1 o-d 188-189 

T*e«#, Sowerby, 1826 189-190 

T. ; circularin, M. & H., 1 856, pi. xvli, figs. 8 a-c and figs. 18, 19, p. 190 190-191 

TeUinidcB. 

Tettina, LinuttMis. 1758 ? 192-193 

Tetttn^Ma, Gmy 198 

Peronceoderrna (Poll), Morch 193 

Jfcera, H. & A. Adams ( —Donaci^, Gray ; not Lam) 193 

Palceomo^a, Stoliczka 193 

PAyUoda, Schumacher 193 

Angului, Schumacher ( = Tellinula, Chem., FabuHna, Gray) 193 

TeUinidet, Lmm 193 

HomaUna, Stoliczka 194 

Peronaia^ Poli ( = Omala. Schnni.. corrected Homala^ by Agas^iz ; also JOTomola, 

H.&A. Adams) 194 

Jfert*. H. & A. Adams 194-195 

T.((Enen «i6«ct<t/i<i. Meek, 1871,pl.ii,flg8. 11 a and6 195-196 

r. (Peroticea /) eqw^attral *, M. & H., 1856, pi. xxxix. figs, ha-c 196-197 

T.(Peroncean wtrt/to, M. & H., 1856, pi. xxx.flgs. 1 o,6 197-198 

IXn«aria, Conrad. 1860 198-199 

i. f /ormo«a, M. & H., 1860, pi. XXX, fig. 2 199-200 

^rcopapeMo, Meek, 1871 200-202 

A. ma<?<rouf«r. Meek, 1871. pLii, figs. 4 a-d 202 

A. / mocrodonea, n. 8., Meek, 1876, pLi, fig. 2 2O2-J503 

Mactridae. 

lfa<J«ra, Linnaeus, 1767 203-204 

Mactra, Linn, (typical = TrigoneUa, da Costa) 204 

Cvmbophora, Gahh 204 

Sehizodetma, Gray 204-206 

Mactra (Ctfinbophora) f siowtengig, M. & H., 1860, pi. i, figs. 7 a-e 206 

M. (Cymbophoraf) formota, M. &H., 1856. pL xxxix, fig. 7 207 

M. (Oymbophora t) warreiUina, M. 8l H., 1856, pi. xxx, figs. 7 ct-d 208 

Jf. (Cymbophora f) gracilig, M. &. H., 1860, pi. xvii, figs. 18 a, 6 209 

jr. (Cymbophora) alta, M. & H., 1856. pi. xxxvii, figs. 2a,b 210 

M. (Oymbophora f) nitidula, M. & H., 1861, pL xxx, figs. 9 a-c 211-218 

PKoladomyidce. 

Pholadomya, Sowerby, 1823 213-214 

Procardia, ^Qtk 2*5-216 

P. jMipyra<va, M. &; H., 1862, pi. V, figs, 4 a, 6 217 

P.«*6renfrico«a,M. & H.,1857, pi. xxxix, fl«3:8. 8 a,6 217-218 

Subgenus Procordia '219 

P. (Procardia) hodgii. Meek, 1871, pi. xiii, figs. 3a,6 219 

(?oni<wiya, Agassiz, 1838 220-221 

G.americana, M. &, H , 1856. pi xxx, fljjs. 12a,6 121-122 

Anatiniilfp. • 

Thraeia, LvHvh, 1S19 22^228 

T.fsubtorttioia, M. & U., 1856.pl. xxxvii, fig. 6 229-324 

T. gracilig. M. & H.. IftiO. pi. xxxix, figs. 6a,ft 224-229 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 101 

T.fprouH, M. &H., 18fO, pi. xxxvil, ftg». 60,6 22^-226 

Lifffrittha, ^eek, ISM 227-236 

CVw»«Ba, Meek 229 

PfOomya, Meek 229 

L.jtrotexta, Conmd. figs. 20-24 ^. 227 

(Vww«a Wio, Conrod. age. 25-30 228 

Sabgenas CymeUa, Meek 236 

Liapittha (OymeUa) uncUUa, M St. H., 1856, pL zxxiz, flgt. la,5 236-237 

Neoera, Gray, 1834 237-238 

N.vmUrie<M, M &. H., 1856.pLxxx. flga. 3o-t 238-239 

N. fnorMU^nsis. M. & H., 1856, pL xrii, figs. 11 o-^j 230-240 

OoHnOa, Brugui^re, 1792 : 240-244 

^mM>rAyneAtt«, Conrad 241 

Paekifodon (= Paehydon, Gtkhh. Bnii Anisothyris, Connd) 241 

Chrbula tnsiimarffinata^U. & H., 1860, pi. xvli, flg«.14a-« 244-245 

0. wiamato. M. & H., 1856, pL XXX, flg«.4a-d 24V246 

Oof*iiiame«a. M. & H , 1857 246 

agreffaria,^i.6i,U., 1857, pi. xvli, figs. 18a-d 247 

Saxieavida. 

<7<y«ifiMri«, Lamarck, 1799 24ft-249 

O. ocetdentaHt, M.&H..1856, pi xxxix, flgi.9a,6 250 

Solenida. 

P*ar»tta, Gray, 1854 260-251 

P.fdakoUntis,yL, & H., I860, pi i, fig. 3 251-252 

L^tofolen, Conrad, 1867 252-258 

L.eonradi, Meek, 1872, pi. U, flga. 12 a, 6 263-254 

Photadida. 

3^nM«,Gabb, 1864 254-266 

Gonioehatma, Meek 255 

XffhphagtUa, Meek 256 

r. (GonioehiUjina) ttimpsoni, M. & H., 1867, pi. xxx, flgt.9a,6 256-257 

T. {XylophageOa) eUgantuhu, M. & H., 1857, pi. xxx. flga. 10 a-« 257-258 

MarU'ria, Leach. 1824 A 258-259 

M.euneata,M.&H., 1858, pi. xxx. flgs. 8 a, 6 269-260 

Teredidee. 

Teredo, LiDonne, 1758 .^ 260-262 

CaicbaUs, Gonld 261 

r. seUiformis, M. & H., 1860, pL xrll, flga. lOo-d 262-263 

T. gMfota. M. Sc H., 1858, pL xxx, flg. 13 (barrows), flgs. 31. 82, p. S64 264*265 

Gutiervpoda. 
SoUnoeonchcf. 

DmtaUidcB, 

DentaUum, Linn., 1758 266 

D.graeUe, H. &M, 1854, pi. xvlU, flgs. 18 a-d 266-267 

BnUOit, Sowerby. 1839 267-268 

S.pawp«reula,U. k, H., 186J, pi. xvlli. flg, 14 269 

Teetibrandiiata. 

BnlUdte. 

Haiminea, Leocb, 1847 270-271 

H. oeddentalU, M. &,R., 1856, pi. xylii. figs. 11a, 6, and 12 a, 6 271-272 

H. tubeyUndrua, M. & H., 1856, pi. xriii, flgs. 10 a, 6 272-273 

H. minor, M & H., 1856, pi. xxxi, flgs. 1 a, h 273 

OyUeknidce. 

OyKehna. Lov6n, 1846 274-275 

Un$9tia, H. & A. Adams 274 

C. fvofoaria, M. & H., 1856, pL xxxi, flgs. 2 a, 6 275-276 

Ctdhda, M. AH., 1860, pi. xxxi, flgs. 3 a, 5 276-277 

Aetmm^da. 

Adaon, Mootfort, 1810 277-280 

.4. fuWKpfuna, M. & H., 1856, pL xix, flg. 16 ^.. 280-281 

A.aUtnuahu, M. 4k H., 1868, pL xlx, flgs. 17 a, 5.. .f 281-282 

MmgicuUdm. 

Owifrfia, Gray, 1840 282-283 

(Higopiycha,lAee!k 283 



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AveUana, d'Orbigny. 1843 21B 

CfintUia (Oligoptyeha) concinnOy H. &. M., sp., 1854, pi. xxxl, 6 bis. o-e 284 

Pitlmonata, ^ 

SiphonariidcB. 

Anuomyon, M. & H., 1860 285-2Sfl 

A.borealu, M. & H., 1860, pi xviii, flpi. 9 o-^ 288-288 

A. ahumardi, M. & H..1860, pi. xviii, figs.? o-c 28»-290 

il.pat«U\^ormM,M.&H., 1860.pl. xviii, figs. 5 a-/ (not d And «f) 290-291 

A. «*6otJattt*, M. & H., 1856, pi. xviii, flgs. 5 d and 6 291-292 

^.aZreoiu«,M.&H.,1860,pLxviii,flg8.4a,6 292 

A.texwUeahu,M.Sc H., 1800, pi xviii, figs. 8 a, b 293 

Doeoglofa. 

AenueidoB. 
Aettuea, Each. 

A. occufentoiw, M. & H.. 1860, pi xvlii, figs. 3 a, 6 295-296 

^.lparva,l(.&H..1860,plxviii,flgB.la-e,andflg.2 296 

^.;i>apiaata,M. &H., 1860, pi xxxi, figs. 4 a, 6 296-297 

JBMpidogloua. 

Troehidct. 

Jfaryorito, Leach, 1819 2« 

jr.tM2)rMeenn«,M.&H.,1860,plxix,flg8.8a,&,9a,5 296.299 

if. mudpeana. Meek, 1871, pi ii, figs. 9 a, 5 300 

JfarpariteWa, M. & H., 1860 800-302 

lf./«aci#<na«a, E. & S., 1854, pi xix, flgs. 11 a-d 302 

FmUnibranehiata. 

TriUmidm. 

IVaeAytrteon, Meek, 1864 '. 303-304 

T.vincnlum,Ii. & M., sp., 1856, pi xix, figs. 7 a-d 304-306 

* Oloitemcw*, n. g., Meek, 1876 306-307 

a tenuilineatus, H. & M., «p., 1866, pi xix, flgt». 10 a, 6, and 9 o 308-309 

NaHcida. 

(TyrodM, Conrad, 1860 309-310 

Q. eonradi, Mc ek, figs. 33-36, p. 310 310-311 

i^noCia, Gray, 1847 311-314 

L.eoncinna,'E.&, M., sp., 1854, pi xxxii, figs. 11 o-e 314-315 

L.oeeidentalU,}d.Sc H., 1856, pi xxxii, figs. 12 o-e 315-316 

X. m&«r/M«a, M. &. H., 1856. pi xxxix, figs. 3 o-o 316-317 

AmauropAU. Morch, 1857 317-318 

A. paludince/ormig, H. &. M., sp., 1854, pi xix. figs. 15 a-« 318-319 

Aporrhaidce. 

Ap/UwrAaw, Dillwyn, 1823 320-322 

AlipM, Conrad, 1865 {=OonioeheHa, Gabb) 320 

ArrAo^e*. Gabb, 1868 321 

AporrhaU biangtUata, M. & H, 1856, pi xix, figs. 6 a-« 322-323 

Anc^ura. Conrad. 1860 324 

DrepanoihUuM, Meek, 1864 ( =^Peri99opUra, Tate, in i>art) 324 

J.. (Drtpanoehilut) amerieana, K & S., sp.. 1857, pi xxxii, figs. 8 a. 6 825-326 

A. (DrepanoehUut) nebrancerms, E. &, S., sp., 1854, pi xix. figs. 5 o-e 326-327 

A./«iWm*,M. &H., 1860.plxix,fig8.3 a,b 327-328 

J../j>arra,M. &H.,1860,plxix,flgs.4a,6 328 

Vanikorida. 

Fonilwro, Qnoy & Gaim. 1832 329 

F. amWpua, M. & H., 1856, pi xix, flgs. 12 a-d 3W,331 

7antJ»rop4ttf,t n. g.. Meek, 1876 331 

7. tuonuyana, M. d: H., sp., 1856, plxxxix, figs. 2a, 6 332 

TurriUUida. 

Jfwalia, Gray, 1842 332-333 

M. kantiumtii. Meek, 1871, pi ii, figs. 7 a, b 333-334 

(krUhioptidtn. 

CerithiopiU, Forbes & Hanley, 1849 834-335 

« A Ia6a, fi. & A. Adams, 1853 335 

8mia, A.Adams.l861 335 

Oerithioptit moreauenai; M. &. H., 1856, pi xxxi, fig. 4 (not 4 a, ft), fig. 88, p. 886 . 336-337 

*KAManfp, a spindle (diminutive of). t Varikoro ; &^cf, form. 



WRITINGS OP P. B, MEEK. ^ 103 

PafEe- 

CMmnOzia, d*Orbigny, 1860 887-339 

O. cfTiJfkiformna, H. & H., sp., 1850, pL xxxii, figs. 10 a, 5 889-841 

LiUorifUdu^ 

Spironema, Meek, 1864 341-342 

S.UnuUin^Ua, M. &H.. sp., 1856, pi xxxii. iigs.9a-0 342-343 

MuriddeB. 

iVi/Wta. Conr.id, 1858 343-345 

Ntptunella, Meek, 1864 (not Gray) 344 

Pyrifusus {XeptuneUa) ne^joberryi, M. & H., 1856, pL xxxi, fig. 6 a-/ fig. 89, p. 346. 346-347 
P. (N^ptunella) ntbturritui, H. & H., sp., 1857, pi. xxxit flgs. 8 a, b, and ilg.40, 

p.347 347-348 

P. (iVtfpeuJwtta) int«-e«rtu#. M. & H.. i^?., 1857, pi. xix. flgs.l4<i,ft 348-849 

SueeinidcB. 

/ Pteudobuceinum, M. & H . 1856 349-350 

P. tt^tM^ucnue, M. & H.. 1856, pi. xxxi, flgs.5a-d 360-351 

fOdorUobant.*u.g., Meek, 1876 : 851-352 

O. eofwCricto. H.d&M..sp., 1856, figs. 41. 42, p. 358 352-354 

Faseiolariidcf. 

Foieiolaria, Lamarck, 1799 355-358 

Terebritpira, Courad, 1862 356 

Piettochilvs, Meek, 1864 356 

Mforhytia, Meek - 356 

OtyptorhytiM, Meek 356 

Fcueioiaria buecinoides, M. 4t H, 1856. pi xxxl, figs. 8 o-d 358-359 

P, iPie«tO€kiUu) Mcarboroughi, M. & H., 1857, pi xxxii, figs. 4 a-d 359-360 

F. (PUttoehihu) etObtrtaoni, M Sc U., 1856, pi xxxii, figs. 1 a-/, fig. 44, p. 360 360-362 

F. (Pisstoehilus) galjnniana. M. & n., sp., 1856, pi xxxii, figs. 2 a, 5 362-863 

P. (PiM«ocAi*«#)cr«tacfa,M. &H, lti56,pLxxxi,flg8.11 0,6 863-364 

P. Mlf«»orAy<t#)firracaenea, Meek, flg. 45. p. 364 364-365 

F. t iCryptorhyUt) cheytanenn; M. &, H.. sp., 1860, pi xix, figs. 13 a, 5 865-36€ 

P. f iOryptorhytin) Jlexico9tata, M. & H., sp., pi xix, fig. 2 and flg. 46, p. 367 367-368 

PVn>p«#, Conrad, 1860 368-30 

P.bairdi,^iL H., sp., 1856. pi xxxl figs. 10 a, 6 369-379 

P. bairdi var. rotula. Meek, pi xxxi, flg. 10 and flg. 47, p. 371 371-372 

PMtu*, BruguiAre, 1789 872-874 

Serr(/WtM, Meek 873 

Sinittralia, B.Sc A. Adams, 1853 373 

Funu f (S0rri/uitu») dakotenwU, M. Sc H., 1856. pi xxxi, flg. 11 and pi 82, figs. 

6a,6 ... 874.375 

P./(SenVt<«tt*)datotenn», var., plxxxll,flg.7aand7 6; 375-377 

OmlAartM, Bolten, 1798 377-379 

TVttonidea, Swainson, 1840 878 

Cbn/Aaru/tit. Meek 378 

O. (Cantharulut) vavghani, M. & H., sp., pi xxxii, flgs. 5 a, 6, and flg. 48, p. 879. 379-380 
PletarotomidcB. 

I\trm, Bolten, 1798 380-384 

Sureula, H. 4c A. Adams, 1853 {= Turrieuia, Scham. ; not of othen) 381 

SureulUet, Connd, 1865 382 

O^nota, H. & A. Adams, 1853 (not Adansnn) 382 

T. minor, E. &: S., sp. 1857, pi xxxi, flgs.9a-« 384-385 

T. {Surcula)1 eontorttu, M.&H.. 1856, pi xxxi, flgs. 7 a-«, flg. 49, p. 885 385-386 

r.(«ttrcuio)?Attei,Meek. flg.50, p.887 886-388 

C^halopoda. 
Tttrabranehiaia. 

BaevUtidm 38a-391 

BacuUtet, Lamarck, 1799 891-394 

OyrtoehUu, Mwk , 392 

B.watug, Say, 1821. pi xx, flgs. 2 a, 5, d, and 1 a, 5. and flg. 52, p. 397 394-307 

B. grandis, R. Sl M., 1854, pi xxxUi. flgs. 1 a-0 and flg. 53, p. 399 and flg. 54, p. 400. 898-400 

B. eompresnu, Say, 1821, plxx. flgs. 3 »-« and flgs. 55. 56, p. 403 400-404 

B. <U!p«r, Morton f 18?4, pi xxxix, flgs. 10 a, d (not 6, c) 404-405 

B.anctpsrtLT. obtuMut, flgs. 57-60. p. 406 406-408 



* Movf, a tooth ; /34^tf , a base. 



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Ancyloceratidce. 

Aneylocerat, dOrbigny. 1841 408-109 

^. ? uncum, M. & H., 1858, pi. xxi, flgB. 1 a, 6 40M10 

PtyehocertUidcB. 

iHyehoeeras, d'Orbigny, 1841 410-412 

P.mortoni, M. A^ H., 1857, pLxx. figs. 4. o-c 412-413 

Scaph%tid<B. 

Seaphites, Parkinson, 1811 413-418 

Macroteaphites, Meek 414 

Seaphites, Parkinson 414 

JHseoteaphites, Meek, 1872 15 

8. larvoifonnU, U. Sl R., 1858, pi. vi,flgs.6a-c 418-4W 

8.tDarreni,M.&H., 1860, pi. ^ fig. 5 and figs. 61, 62, p. 461 420-423 

S.verm%formi9, M. & H.. 1862, pi vl, flgs.4a,6 423-125 

S.vwUrieanu, M. & H.. 1862, pi. vi. figs. 7 a, ft. andflgs.8a.b 425-426 

8. nodom* vat. brevity pLxxr, figs. la-€ 426-428 

8. nodotuM var. qtuidrangularit, pL xxv. figs. 3 o-e, 2 »-« and fig. i 42M29 

8. nodotus VAT. plenua, pi xxvi, figs. 1 o-c , 429-430 

8. (DiiCOhCaphitet) eonradi, Morton, sp., 1834, pi. xxxvi, figs. 2 a-e 430-433 

8. (Diico§caphite») eonradi, v&r.gtdosus, Mortonfl834, pi. xxxvi fig. 1 432-433 

8. (Ducoteaphiteg) eonradi, var. inl^rmeditts, pL xxxiv, figs. 8 o-c 433-435 

S. (IHscoaeaphites) nicoletii, Morton, sp.. 1841, pi. xxxiv, figs. 4 a~e sad 2 a-b... 435-436 

& {Diieo§eaphitei) cheyennenHs, Owen, sp., 1852, pi. xxxv, flgs. 3 o-i 437-441 

8. {Ditcoteaphiten) abyuinus, Morton, sp.. 1841, pi. xxxv, flgs. 2 a, 6 and 4 441-443 

& {Di»e4>icaphite*} fnandanentin, Morton, sp., 1841, pi. xxxv, flgs. 1 a-« 443-444 

AmmonitidiB. 

AmmoniUM, Bnig., 1789 ^ 445-447 

A.eomplexus, H. 4t M.. 1854, pi. xxiv, figs. 1 OrO 447-448 

M&rtoniceras, n. Si., Meek, 1876 448-449 

M. Mhoshonense, Meek, pi. vi, fl;rs. 3 a, c and 6 6 449-450 

Jf. r vertnUionense, M. & H., 1860. pi. vil, flg. 2a,b 456-452 

PrUmoeyeltu. Meek, 1872 468-4o6 

Prionotropit, Meek 453 

P. (Prionotropit) woolgari, Manteil, sp., 1822, pi. vil, flgs. 1 o-A, and pi. vi, flg. 2 455-457 

PfcyMocero*. Suess, 1865 458 

P.fham, M.&H., 1856. pi. xxiv, flgs. 3 o-c and flg. 64, p. 458 45»-4<i 

Pteccnficcro*, M<}ek, 1870 462-464 

8phetu)ditetu, Meek, 1872 463 

P.plaeenta, DeKay,sp., 1828. pi. xxiv, flgs. 2 a, 6 and flg. 65, p. 466 465^468 

P. placenta var. interealare, pi. xxili, flgs. 1 o-c 468-472 

P. (8phenoditeti») lentieulare, Owen, sp., 1852, pi. xxxiv, flgs. 1 o-c, flg. 66, p. 473 . 473-476 
Turrilitidce. 

Heterocercu, d'Orbigny, 1849 ' 477-478 

H. r eochleatum, H. & M., pi. xxii, flgs. 2 0,6 478-479 

^. ? nffrra*c«Me, M. &H., 1856, pi. xxii, flgs. 1 o-c . 480-481 

H.tortum,M. & H., 1858, pi. xxii, flgs. 4 o-c 481-482 

H. f u-nbUieatum M. & H., 1858, pi. xxii. fig. 5 482-483 

H.fcheyennente, M. & H., 1856, pi. xxi, flgs. 2 o, & 483-484 

H. r angtdatum, M. & H.. 1860, pi. xxl, flgs. 3 o-c 484-485 

Haicoe^at, dOrblgDy, 1840 485-487 

•Potocciwr. Meek 485 

Helicoeeras mortoni var. Unuicotitatwin, pi. xxii, flgs. 3 o-c 487-4JW 

Nauiilido!. 

NautUuM, Linn»U8, 1758 489-495 

TemnocAiZia, McCoy, 1844 49C 

rrcTOOtodwcu*. M. & W., 1861 491 

I>wcif^« (De Hann). McCoy, 1825 491 

SoltnoehUiiM, M. & W., 1870 {=Oryptocerai, d'Orbigny) 491 

Hereogloaia, Conrad, 1866 ( -Ayonid^, Mont£ortf) 491 

PgetuUmautilus, Meek 491 

A', ddtoyi. Morton, 1834. pi. xxvii. figs. 1 o-c and flg. 67, p. 496 496-498 

X. dekayi var. moanoaenHt, pi. xxvii. flgs. 2 o-c 498 

JV. clc^on*, Sowerby, 1816, pi. viii, flgs. 2 o-c 499-501 



' irarof, a path : <c(pa«, a hom. 



WRITINGS OF F. B MEEK. 105 

Page. 
XHkrtmehitUa. 
Bslemnitida. 

S^tomwitofla, d'Orbigny, 1840 501-503 

A 6t«iiK>MK M. & H., 185C pL xxxiii, flgs. 2 o-e 8o4 

Pi^flot«rfAi«, IL & H.. 1860 505 

P.naw9<Ua,U.Sc H., I860, pL xxxiii, flg. 8 50^506 

Artieulata. 
Anmdata. 
Tvhieola. 
SerpuUd4K. 

Swyuio, LiniMBU*. 1758 606-507 

&/(««tt*ccrina««»,M-&H., 1867, pLvi, flg. 1 607-608 

BPBCIB8 OF THR PHE8H A!<D BBACKI0H WATSB UOKITl BIM. 

L&nUOibranehiaUt. 

Monomyaria. 

Ottrtidv. 

Oufreo, Linnseiu 609 

0.«ii»eivona2u,E.&S.?1857.pLxl,flgs.l«-(f 510 

Dvmifaria. 
Unionidm. 

rnio, Retsdiw. 1788 611-615 

BariMfo, Raf.. 1820 (=Po(ami<ia. Swatnaon) 513 

^aidMi, Swainson, 1840 514 

06ovarui. Bar., 1810 (^iZAipwIodonto. Mdrch) 514 

Ni4Ba, SmBiMon,l«n 514 

HyrideUa, Swainson 514 

Lampnlit, Haf., 1820 (=TruneiUa, PUurobema, Syntoxia, Sealenaria, and 

Plagiola, Raf. ; Crenodonta, Schltit. : ^glia, Swainaon) 514 

Oanthtfria, Swainiion, 1840 514 

irufM, Swainaon, 1840 { = Tritigonia und Orthonymut, Agasaiz) 514 

Botundaria,BM{.,\S'20 {=zOyprog«nia,AfSMaiz) 514 

Quadrula,RAL,lS20(=Thsliderma, Syr Ainaon) 514 

Diplodon, Spix, 1827 (=0%ummaria, Conrad, and NaXa, Swainaon) 514 

Dytnomyo, Agaanis, 1852 514 

MetapUrti, Kaf., 1820 (^Prupttra, Raf, and Lymhodia and Megadomat, Swain- 
aon)....: 515 

r. prw««, M.&H.. 1856, pi. iliii,flga. 8 o-d 516-517 

r. daiw, M. & H., 1857, pL xll, flga. 3 o-c 517-518 

ir.*tt6«paC«aatu«,M.& H., 1857, pL xll, figa. 1 a, 6 518-519 

F. <f*W«yantt*. M. & H.. 1857, pi. xli. flga. 2 o-c M9 

Cyrenido!. 

Cterfrurute, Mtthlfeldt 520 

O. cytkeriformU. M. ^Ic H.,1860,pl.xl. flgs.5a-e 520-521 

C. o«Jul«»toiw, M. & H., 1856, pi xl,flg*.6a-« 521-522 

a fM6ra«O0iuif, M. dt H, 1860, pLIxiii, flga 2 a, {> (not 2 e) 522 

Sabgenna LtpttstheM 523 

a{Ln>te9ths»)9ub«ll^tiea,\I.icn.,^f^j6,p\.xh\\,AgB.9a-c 523-524 

C. {Lepiuth$») tttMUxptica var. moreaxuntu, pL xliii, figs. 1 a, b and 2 c 524 

<S!pA<vrium, Scopoli, 1777- , 525 

8 j»«ant»m.M. &H.. l860,pLxmi,flga.6a,6 526 

5./ormo»uwt, M.4tH., 1860,pl.xlili,fl;f8.4o-<J 526-5J7 

8 tubeUiptievm, M. & H., 1860, pL xllii, figs. 5 a, 6 5J7 

S. rdctM5ar<«nai«, M. 4t H , 1860. pL xUil, figs. 3 o, 6 6*27-528 

OorfnUidcB. 

0(»r6t(la. Bragaidre '52o 

PocAyodon, Gabb , 5i8 

C. iPachyodon) maetrifortiM, M. & H., 1856, pi. xliil, flga. 7 a-/ 528-529 

0. {PaehyoiUm) aubirigonalU, M. & U., 1856,pl. xl,flga.3 a,6 529-530 

C. iPachyodon) perundata, M. & H, 1856,pl. xl,flg8.4 a-d 530-531 

Oagteropoda. 
PtUmonata. 
LimruxidcB. 

Limncea, Lamarck, 1799 631-533 

Badiflc. Montfort, 1810 (=(?«l7«ina, Leach) 532 



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COHTSMTB. 

List of wood-catB xiU 

LUt of errata xv 

Letter of Dr. F. V. Hayden xrii 

Introductory remarks xix 

Cretaoeoos formation xxi 

Section of Cretaceous formation on tlie Hisaoori xxiii 

General section of tlie Cretaceous rucks of Nebraska xxir 

Subdivisions of tlie Upper Missouri undoubted Cretaceous series, and their geofiaphi* 

oal extension west of the Mississippi, individually considered xxvi 

Dakota group xxvi 

Fort Benton gronp xxviii 

Niobrara group xxx 

Fort Pierre group xxxiii 

Fox Hills group xxxv 

New Mexican Cretaceous section xxxvii 

Relations of the Upper Missouri Cretaceous beds to those east of the Mississippi xxxviii 

Section of Cretaceous rooks of Mississippi xxxviii 

Alabama section xxxix 

New Jersey section ^. xU 

Parallelism of the subdivisions of the Upper Missouri Cretaceous series with those of 

the same in Europe jlUi 

Fresh and brackish water lignite deposits of the Upper Missouri xlviii 

Judith River group xlvil 

Section of the Judith River group xlviii 

Fort Union group Iv 

Section of the Fort Union lix 

Tertiary rocks of the Wind River and White River groups % Ixi 

Wind River group Ixi 

White River group «. Ixi 

Section of the White River group Ixil 

Invertebrate patoontology 1 

Cretaceous species 1 

Species of theiVeshand brackish water lignite beds 500 

Fossils of the Wind River Tertiary 608 

FoBsilsof the White River Tertiary SOB 

Appendix WI 

CBBTACBOUS. 

Eadiata. 

Pokfpi- 
Aetinaria. 
FunffiidcB. 

Micrabacia, Edwards & Haime,lB40 1 

M. amerieana,M.SLEL., I860, pL xxviii, figs. 1»-<I 1^ 

Alcyonaria, 
Qorgoniidce. 

WebtUria, Edwards & Haime, 1864 2-3 

If. ereta<;«a, Meek, 1864, pL xxviii, figs. 3 a-« 3-4 

* Jfurrotttzut, n. g.. Meek, 1876 4 

M. miUepunetata, n. s.. Meek, 1870, pL xxviii, figs. 2 o-i 4 

EehinodermaUi. 
Eehinoidta. 
Spatangidce, 

Bemia$ter, Desor., 1847 6 

H. humphreysanut, M. & H., 1857, pL x, flgs. 1 o-^ 6-ft 

JToOtMca. 
Braekiopoda. 
Lyopomata. 
LinffuUdog. 

i/m^ulo, Bruguidre, 1793 7-0 

X.ntt«te, M.AH.,1861,pLxxviil,flgs.l8a.6 0-10 



* /uiiicpdf, small ; arif (f , puncture. 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 97 

Lam^Ubranekiata, 

Monomyaria. 

Ottrtida. 

0»fr«a, Linnieas, 1758 10-12 

^ Ie«f ryonut, FiBcher 11 

GfyphtfOMtrta^ConnA 11 

Ot<rea, sp. midt., pL iU flga. Till a Mid h 12>18 

O. etm^etto. Conraa. 1843. pL ix, figs. 1 a-/ 13-U 

O.inomata, M. & H.. 18(», pL x. fig. i 14 

0.peau4;ida,H.&H. 1860.pL xxTiii,flgs.4 aandb 15 

0.{Oryph€Bogtrtat) ^oaUUa, Meek, pi xxvUi, fig. 5 15-16 

0. (Gryphofn r)jMtina, M. & H., 1856, pL x, flga. 2 a, b ; a, 6 (bin), and 3 «, /; alao 

pL xi vanities 16-18 

Gn^pAceo, Lamarck, 1801 19 

G. veticuUtris, Lam. 7 1806, pL xi, figs. 2 a-«. and pi. xvi, flgs. Ba,b 20-21 

Anomiidof, 

^nomia, Linoeas, 1767 21-22 

^. / ofclj^tto. M. & H.. 1860, pi. ix, fig. 2 22 

A.r »ubirig<maU'.U.&, H., 1860. pL xvi, figs, i a. & 22-28 

PtetinidtB. 

Ohlamyt, BoU«n, 1798 28-25 

an^ra«enm,M. &H., 1856. pLxTi, figs. 6 o-« 25-28 

8gneycionema,MeelL,lBM 26-27 

fi.rVuto,H.&M.,1854.pl. xvi,flg8.5a,6. 27-28 

Heteromyaria. 
PUrUdce. 

Pteria, ScopoU, 1777 28-32 

EUetnmia, ^toliczka 21> 

P§e%tdoptera, Meek 29 

OxyUnna, Meek 29 

P. {{n^^orT»<#. Bvans&Shamard, ip., ]854.pLxTi,flgs-l»-d 32-88 

P. tiagui/ormit xw. ivbgibboka, pi. xxvUi, fig. 12 83 

F. Aoydeni, H. & M., 18.'>4, pi. xvi, figs. 2 a. 6 83-34 

P. { Oxytoma) nebraMcana, E. & S., 1857. pL xvi. flgs. 3 9, b, and pi xxviii, fig. 11 . . 34-36 

P. <P««*<ir»peero) /6r«#o. M. & H.. 1836, pL xvii, flgB. 17 a-d 30-37 

Inoceramw*. So werby, 1819 • 3S-41 

Sabgenu* Inoceramxis 38-39 

MytUoidet, Bron gniart 39 

CWi«i« (Brongiiiart ?). Cbenu 39 

AeHnoceramvs. M.*n'k 39 

Volvieeramu*, Stollrzka 40 

/. {Inoceramus) fragilu, H & M., 1854, pi v, fig. 5. and flga. 1 and 2, p. 42 42-48 

/. (Inoctramus) altui. Meek. If71.pl xiv, flga. I a,b 48-44 

1. { VUvieeramxu) umbonatut, M. ic H., 1858, pi iil, flgs. 1 a^e, and pi Iv, flgs. 1 a-6 
iind2o.6 44-40 

1. (Volpiceramus) exogyroxdet.^L ScH., 1802, it\.v,figB. 3 ct-c 46-47 

Subgenus Catilltu, Brong. 

/. iCatiUus) pertenuU, M. &. H., 1856. pi xxxvii, flgs. 3 a, b, and pi xxxvlii, flgs. 

3a,6 47-48 

/. iCatiUuM) crip^ii f var. tvbant.prettUM, M. &l II., pi xxxviii, flg. 2 6w 4ft-49 

/. {CatxUuM) eripgii t var. barabini, Morton, 1834, pi xiii, flj, s. 1 (»-c, and pi xii, flg. 

3,flgs.l-4 49-60 

/. (CatiUu*) eonvexu8,H.Sc M., iH54. pi xii, figs. 5 a and 6 51-52 

/. ( (ktUUus) Mogentis var. nebrcueentU, O win. 1852, pi xiii, flgs. 2a,b 52-53 

1. (Caea{u«)pr(mf}»u«, Tnomey? 1854. plxii. flgs.7a,6 53-55 

/. (OatiUwi) praximus f var. tu beireulari*, Meek, pi xii, flgs. 2 a,b 55-56 

/. iCatiUus) baUhii, M. & H., I860, pi xv, fl-s. 1 a, t» '. 56 

i. (Ckitiaus) («nutIin«a^M, H. & M, 1854, pi xii, flg. 6 57 

i. (CatiUut) »antt»«mi, M. & H., I860, pi xiv, flgs. 2 a, 6 67-58 

/. (Ca«Hu#) #«6tep<», H. & M., 1854, pi xii, flgs. 1 a and 6 58-59 

/. (Ot«ittu«) tenuirotrm. M. & H., 1862, flg. 5 69 

/. (Coc»tt«#) ttndoftundtt^, M. & H., 1862, pi iii, flgs. 2 a, 6 60-61 

/. iCoHUus) incurvatuM, M. ^ H., 1856. pi xii, flgs. 4 a and 5 61 

Sabgenas MyUloidei, Brong. 

/. (MytQoides) probUmatietu,Schlot., pi ix, flgs. 3 a, 6 62 

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/. (Mytihidet) probUtnaHeuM\mt.avie%doidet,'hS.. St, 'H.,19W, pi ix^ tig. 4 63-44 

OtmUia, Defrance. 

O. nidtorfu««a, M. & H., 185«, pi. xvl, flg«. 7 a-« 6&-M 

O. recta, M. & H.. 1861. pL xxix. flga. 1 a, 6 dM? 

• MptUida. 

Jfycata. Linneus, 1758 e7-« 

AtUcMOfnya, Mdn'h (=Hormotiiya. Morch) 68 

Stavelia, QT%y 68 

if. «u6arouaeiM. M. dc H., 1856, pi. xxxviii. figs. 2 a, 5 60 

TotoeUo, Soopoli. 1777 e»-71 

BroMydontef, SwaiDson 70 

T. meeitii. B. & S., sp., 1857, pL XV. figs. 3 a-e 74 

r. yaipmiofia. £.AS.,8p.,18M,pLxxviii,flgB.7a,5 71 

V. a«(mtu»to. M. & H., 1856. pL xxTiii. figs. 8 a, 5 74 

OreneOa, Brown.1827 74-76 

if odiotorui. Beck 75 

^ C. «l€yanei«to,M.&H.,1861,pLxxvlIlflg«.6a-« 76-76 

JXiiyiNia. 
Ar^idm, 

Bar6atia. Gray, 1840 76-80 

PolyiMmo, Conrad 78 

Aoar.Gray 78 

Odttoarea, Graj 78 

iSlruirea. Conrad 78 

Pto^ioreo, Conrad 78 

I /Gronoarea. Conrad (=:fOii«i«tt«ir0a, Conrad) 78 

j B. (Poiy»«ma I) paraitea. Meek, 1872, pL 11. fig. 10 80-81 

j Mmiodom Conrad. 1870 81-82 

■ JV. fuloolinia, Evans & Sbnm.. sp., 1857, pi. XT, flga. 6 o^ 6 82-83 

6WmiU<9a, Lamartk, 1801 83-85 

I Jdoneoroa, Conrad 84 

I XoCiarea, Conrad 84 

O. (Jdonearea) $humard%, M. St. H., 1856, pL xxviii, flga. 15» a-g, and pi zxlx. fig. i . 86-87 

C. (Idonearca) n^ftaseentU, Owen, 1852, pL xxix, figs. 5 a, 6 88-89 

a (JdonMrca ;) cortfaCa, M. & H., 1856, pL xxix. figs. 6 a, 6 80-00 

2Vvo*^fM> Conrad. 1862 00-01 

Bravuirca, Conrad 91 

T.iBreviaroa/) «uma»n*f*, H. & M., 1854, pi. 1. flg. 6 02 

T.(Brtviareaf) saUruenM, Meek, pi ii,figti.la-e 92-03 

T. (Brevinrea) exiffua,M.SL H., 1856, pL xv, flgA. 2 a-/ 03-04 

j A«tfuw», Poli, 1791 94-05 

IA.tubimbricata, M. & U., 1860, pL xxviii, flg«. 14 a-c 95-06 

i<mop#w, Sassi, 1827 96 

j i.|Kinmto,M.&H., 1856, pi. xxviii, flgft. 17 «-c 97-08 

t NucuUdcB. 

\ JVttCTite, Lamarck, 1700 98-09 

! ilctte, H. & A., Ad 98 

j JV:»ui)pJana.M.&H., 1856,pLxvii,flg8.7a,6 99-100 

j J^. o6«ote«i»triafa, M. & H, 1856, pL XV, flga. 10 a, 6 100-101 

1 i^. planimarginata, M. Si fl., 1856, pL xv. figs. 8 a. b, and pL xxriii. fig. 16 101-101 

} ^.can««ttafo, M.& H., 1856, pi. xxviii, figs. 13 »-4 103-103 

Kuculana,Un\i,^m: * 103-104 

ir.W«*Zcaea,M.&H.,1864.pLxv,flg».4a,6 104-105 

J\r. ««6na#uta, H.&M., 1854, pL XV, fig. 9 106-106 

<Ar.f tfTttOoteralw.M- AH., l'«56. pi XV, figa. 7 a, 5 106 

ToWia. MoUer, 1842 107-108 

Portlandia, Morch 

r. microdonea, Meek, 1872, pi ii, fig. 2 100 

r.#citttto,M&H.. 1856, pi xxviii, fig. 9 110 

r.«pawi,M.&n., 1856, pi xxviii. flga. 10 o-c lU 

T.verUrieo»a.d..Si, M , 1854. pi xv, flgs. 5 a, 6 112 

Unumidix. 

ifaryaritana, Schumacher, 1817 IIS-IU 

Alasmodonta. Say 113 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 99 

OompUmaria, Swnituon lit 

Omotutptii, SwMioBon (=OiitoMla,8wftiiiaoii.l840; not Lam., 1790) Ill 

ir.iM2>raM0fMi«.Heek,lS71.pLi.flgs.5a-0 114-115 

OratmUMidm. 

OraMateUa, Lamarck, 1801 llfr-117 

Sabgenua Pa<AytA<mi«, Conrad, 1870 110 

a<Pa«M&«pru«)et«ii«KH.&M.,1854,pLzTii«flga.6»Hl 117-118 

C^^oMOteOina. If eek, 1871 118-120 

C.o6toiva,Meek,1871.pLil,flg«.8»-4 1»-121 

£r^)Ma,Gabb,18M 121-124 

£. yr^^ria, M. 4t H., 1856, pLzTli, figs. a, 6, flga.e and 7. p. 124 124-126 

Solmyida. 

Aiimya, Lamarck, 1818 120-122 

AtubplieaU, U.St H.. 1866. pL xxviii, fig. 19 120 

Litemida. 

' Ludna, Bragni^re, 1792 ItO-lSS 

ifyrtea. Torton, 1822 180 

CVeto*, H. & A. Adama, 1857 (not Brag.) , 181 

ifitt&M, H. ft A. Adama, 1857 131 

X.ftt6uiuia<a. HaUftMeek.l854,pLxTil.flga.2a-«.A 183-184 

L. oeeidenUdit, Morton. 1842, pLxvti, figs. 4 »-d... 184-136 

L,i)eeidentaU»vuT.V4ntrioo9a,U.St.B.., 1800. pL xtU, flga. 8 •-« 186-186 

^pA«rioitt, StoUctka, 1871 186-187 

&/ corctoto, IL & H., 1867p pL xxix, flga. 8 a-c 187-138 

S.fwarrmuuug, Ifeek 188 

8. t ^ndotraehift, Meek, pL xxix, flg.2 180 

TviteredidcB. 

Tantrfdia. Lycett, 1850 140-142 

r. ameriooao, M. ft H., 1866, pL xxxtUI, flga. 1 o-A 142-144 

Gl0$9id€B. 

Offprma, Lamarck, 1812 144-146 

a ovata, M. ft H.. 1857, pi. xxix, flga. 7 o-c. and fig. 8, p. 146 146-147 

0.09€tta var. eomprMM, M. ft H., pL xxx, fig. 11 147 

VetMOa. Stoliczka, 1870 (= VmiiHa, Morton ; not of Dnponchel. or Alder ft 

Hancock) 147-162 

TenOiMrdia, Stolictka, 1870 140 

Y.conradi, Morton, flgs.9-11 148 

7. gotUophora, n.M., Meek. 1876, pL W. fig. 4 and fig. 12, p. 152 152-153 

V.morttmi, M. ft H., 1862, pi. Iv, figa.8a,6 154 

Kftifreumida. M.ftH.. 1857. pi. xvii, figs. 5 a. 6 154-150 

F. {Venilieardia f) humiiU, M.ft H., 1860, pL xxx, flga. 5a-0 155-150 

(Vrefhd<B. 

Oyrma. Lamarck, 1818 157-158 

EgeUi, n. ft A. Adam*, 1858 IW 

Oi/rena dakoUntit, M. ft H. pL i, flga. 1 •-/ 159-160 

drrbicula, Mdhlfeldt, 1811 160-163 

TelorOtna, Meek 161 

Xep(«ttAe«, Meek : 161 

O.lnwtatu, Meek, 1872, pL ii, figs. 5a,e 168-164 

af9ubtriffonali*, Meek, 1872, pL ii, fl^. 6 164-166 

OardUdce. 

Oardiutn, Linnieus, 1758 (=i4ean<Ao0ardiiMn, Gray) 165-168 

PectunctUus ( Adanson), Stolicska ; but not H. ft A. Adama and othera 166 

Traehyeardium, Morcb 106 

Orioeardium, Conrad 106 

Tropidoeardium, Roemer (Cardium proper of moat aathors) 166 

Oerattoderma (PoU), Mdrch 166 

A'moeardmm, Meek 167 

C. (Orioeardium) tpeeioaum, M. ft H , 1856, pi. xxxrii, flga. 4 a-e 160-170 

0. tofiMMfwe. Met^k, 1871, pi. ii, flg8.]4a.d 170-171 

JVotoeardio, Beyricb, 1845 171 

Poc^yearditim. Conrad 172 

Leptocardia, Meek 172 

Sii1i;!enua, /Votoeardia 172 

P. (Protoeardia) «a{»fum#:tf, Meek, 1871, pLii, flga, 18 o-« 174 



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Subgenus, Leptoeardia, Meek, Section (a) 

P. (Leptocardia) tubqtiadrata, E. & S., ap., 1857, pL xxix, figs. 8 a-« 

P. (Ltptocardia) rara, E. & S. sp., 1857, pi. xvii.flgs. lo-« 

P. (Ltploeardia f ) pertenuis. Id. &,U., 1861, ^gR.\3 and 14, p. 176 

VeneridcB. 
Cottttta, Poli, 1791 

CWZwta, Poli. typical (=(M<<m« Gray ; not of Milhlfeldt) 

Dione, Gmy 

Macrocallhta. Meek . . 

Pitar, Roem. ( — CaryatU, Roenier) 

Aphrodina, Conmd 

f DoMiniopsU, Conrad , 

0. (DonnioptU) deu>eyi,iA. &, H., lf56,pLxvil, fig8.15a-« 

O. (Donnioptis) otoenana, M. & H., 1856, pi. xxxvii, flg. 1 

0. {DotinioptU) nebrascenH*, M. 6c H..1856, flgii. 15-17, p. 184 

0. (DostHioptis) orbicukUa, H. & M , 1854, pL v. figs. 2 a-« 

a f peUv^iida, M. & H., 1856, pi. xvil, figs. 10 a-e and figs. 12 a-^ 

O. {Aphrodina f) tenuis, H. & M., pi. v, figs. 1 o-d 

T*ert#, Sowerby, 1826 

T. f ctrctttem. M. & H., 1856, pi. xvll. flgs. 8 a-«J and figa. 18, 19, p. 100 

TeUinidm. 
TeUina. Linuo'us. 1758 , ? 

TelUneUa, Gray - . 

Peronaoderma (Poli), Morch 

Moera,B..& A. Adams {—DonaciUa, Gray ; not Lam) 

Palmomorra, Stoliczka 

PAyUo(/a, Schumaclier 

Angulua, Schumacher ( = Tellinula, Chem., FabuHna, Gray) 

Tellinidea, Lam 

EonuUina, Stoliczka 

PertmcBa, Poli (=Omala, Schnm., corrected Homda, by Agas^iz ; also HomtUa, 
H. & A . Adams) 

Metis, H. du A. Adams 

T. {(Ene /) mbieitula, Meek. 1871, pi. ii, flga. 11 a and b 

T. (Ptroncea f) e^>'a<«ra; «, M. & H., 1856, pLxxxix. figs. 5 a--« 

T.(P«ronceat) gcitvla,!^. Sc H., 1856,pl.xxx.flgs. 1 a,6 

Xin«aria, Conrad. 1860 

I/.f/ormo*a, M. & H., 1860,pl. xxx..fig.2 

J.reopai7eZ(a, Meek, 1871 

^. «MKJ«roid««, Meek, 1871, pLii, figs. 4 a-<i 

A.f mo«ro<f onto, n. 8., Meek. 1876, pL 1, fig. 2 

Mcustridcte. 
Ifoctra, Linneeus, 1767 

Maetra, Linn. (typlcal= Trigonella, da Costa) 

Cumbophora, Gabb 

Sehizodetma, Gr&y 

Mactra (Gymbophora) f fiouxen^ii, M. & H., 1860, pi. i, flg8.7a-« 

Jf. (Cymbophora f) formota, M. & H., 1856, pi. xxxix, flg. 7 

M, {Cymbophora f) toarrentina, M. & H., 1856, pi. xxx, figs. 7 a-d 

M. {Cymbophora f) graeilU, M. &. H., 1860, pi. xvH, figs. 18 a, 6 

M. {Cymbophora) a/to, M. & II.. 1856, pi. xxxvii, flg8.2a,6 

Jf. {Cymbophora f) nitidula, M. & H., 1861, pi. xxx, figs. 6 a-« 

Pholadomyidce. 
Pftotodotnyo, .Sowerby, 1823 

Procardia, Meek 

P. popyraceo, M. & H., 1862, pi. V, figs. 4 a, 6 

P.nU>rentrico9a,M. Sc H.,1857, pi. xxxix, flgs. 8 a,b 

Subgenus Procardia 

P. {Procardia) hodgii. Meek, 1871, pi. xlii, figs. 80,6 

Gontomya, Agassi/.. 1838 

G. amtricana, M. & H., 1856. pi xxx, figs. 12a,6 

A^Mtir.idcp. • 

Thracia, Leoth, 1819 

T. f subtortitotn, M. 61 H., 1856, pi. xxxvii, flg. 6 

T. gracilis, M. & H.. IS.'ie, pi. xxxix, flgs. 6a,b 



Pige. 

175 

175 

178 
176-m 

177 

178 

178 

179 

179 

17» 

179 

182-183 

183-184 

184-186 

186-187 

187-188 

188-189 

189-190 

190-191 

192-198 
198 

m 

199 
193 
193 
193 
193 
194 

194 
194-195 
195-196 
196-197 
197-198 
198-199 
199-200 
200-202 

202 
202-203 

203-204 
204 
204 

204-206 
206 
207 
206 
209 
210 

211-213 

213-214 
2.6-216 

217 

217-218 

•219 

219 
220-221 
121-122 

222-388 
228-224 
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WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 101 

T.fprouH, M. A. H., 18f0, pi. xxxvil, figs. 6a,6 22fr-22« 

XioinHAa. Meek. 1884 227-236 

(Vm€aa, Meek 229 

Ftilomya, Meek 229 

L.prot^xta, Conmd. figs. 20-24 w. 227 

CV«wBa6«aa,Connid.flg». 25-30 228 

SabgeDOs CffnuUa, Meek 236 

LUfpifOui {OymeUa) undata, M & H.. 1856, pL xzxlz, tigs. la,6 236-237 

Nmura, Gray, 1834 237-238 

N.vmUrieoM.U &. H., 1856.pLxxx, flg». 3 a-t 238-230 

N. moreauentit. M. & H., 1856, pi. xvli, flgi. 11 o-« 230-240 

OortmHda. 

Oarbula, Braguidre, 1792 1 240-244 

Anisorhynehru, CoDraA 241 

Paehyodon {= Paehydon, QBhb. tkud Aniioihffrit, Connd) 241 

Ovrbula 9rat9imargiHata,U. ^ H.. 1860, pi. xtU, flga.l4a-« 244-245 

a tuomota, M. & H., 1856. pL xxx. fig8.4a-d 24V246 

OprfrutonMUa, M. dt H , 1857 246 

O.grtgaria, M. dt H., 1857, pi. xvli, figs. 18a-d 247 

BtadeavidtB. 

G^eifiMru, Lamarck, 1799 24ft-249 

G. oeeidentaUi. M.& H..1856, pi xxxix, flgs.9a,6 250 

SoUniddK, 

PAarelK Gray, 1854 260-251 

P. / doAotenm, M. &H., 1860, pi i,flg.3 251-252 

I^to«>tea, Conrad, 1867 252-253 

L.eanradi, Meek, 1872, pi. U, flga. 12 a. 6 258-254 

Photadidix. 

Tumus, G&hh, 1864 254-256 

(hmioeluuma, iieek 255 

XylophagMa, Meek 255 

7. (Gonioehiuma) MtimptofU, M. St H.. 1857, pi. xxx, figs. 9a, 6 256-257 

r. (XyiophageUa) eUgantuhu, M. & H., 1857, pi. xxx. flgs. 10 a-4 257-258 

Martesfia, Leach, 1824 A 258-259 

M.euneata. M. Sc H.. 1858, pi. xxx. flgs. 8 a, 6 259^260 

Ttrtdid€e. 

Termlo, Linnnas, 1758 ^ 260-262 

CkUobatet, GonW 261 

T. weUiformiM, M. 4t H., 1860, pL xrll, figs. 19 <»-d ." 262-263 

r. gUibowa, M. &, H., 1858. pL xxx, fig. 18 (barrows), figs. 81, 82, p. S64 264*265 

SnUnoconeka. 

DentaUidce, 

DentaHufn. Linn., 1758 266 

D.ffraeiU, H. dc^ M . 1854, pi. xrlii, flgs. 13 »hI 266-267 

Entaiis, Sowerby, 1839 267-268 

E.paup0rcula,U. & H., 186J, pi. xvlll, flg, 14 269 

Teelibranehiata. 

BvmdoB. 

Haminea, Leocb, 1847 270-271 

H. oeeidentalig, M. dt H., 1856, pL xvill. figs. 11a, b, and 12 a, b 271-272 

H. tubeyHndriea, M. & H., 1856. pi. xvill, figs. 10 a, b 272-273 

H. minor, M &, H.. 1856, pL xxxl, flgs. 1 a, b 273 

OffUeknidce. 

OyHOifM, Lov6d, 1846 274-275 

Untnia, H. AA. Adams 274 

C. tvotMtria, M. &H., 1856, pLxxxi, flgs. 2a,ft 275-276 

C.teitula, M. & H., 1860, pL xxxl, flgs.3a,6 276-277 

Aetaon*dcg. 

Aetmm, MoDtfort, 1810 277-280 

.4.#u6««»ptuJta, M.&H.,1856, pLxix, flg. 16 ^.. 280-281 

A.attmuatuiy M. & H., 1858, pL xix, flgs. 17 a, 5.. .f 281-282 

BinfrieuUdiB. 

(XfMrfia, Gray. 1840 282-283 

OUgoptycha^Tdeek 283 



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AreJtena, d'Orbigny. 1843 2» 

Oinulia ( Oligoptyeha) coneinnd, H. &. M., sp., 1854, pi. xxxl, 6 bis. a-e 284 

Puimonata. "^ 

SiphonariidcB. 

Anuomyon, M. & H., 1860 285-288 

A. borealig, M. & H., 1860, pLxviii, figs. 9a-tf 288-289 

A. ihumardi, M.& H..1860. pi. xvlii, fig8.7a-c 289-280 

A.paUsUiformis, M. & H., 1860, pi. xviU, flga. 5 a-/ (not d And #f) 2».291 

A. #a6o»atiMf, M. & H-, 1856, pi. xvili, flga. 5 d and 6 281-282 

A.aI»«olt«,M.&H.,1860,pLxvlU,flg8.4a,6 282 

A.sexs%U4satu9,M.Sc H.,1860,pl xviii,flgs.8a,5 28S 

Docoglosta. 

AemaidcB. 
AetiUBo, Each. 

A. <H»W«ntoi«, M. & H., 1860, pi. xviii, figs. 3 a, 6 285-298 

.1. 1 parva. M- & H.. 1860, pLxvUi,figa.l a -e, and fig. 2 298 

-l.;p<iptaata,M.&H.,1860,pl.xxxi,flg8.4a,6 296-287 

BMpidogloua. 

TroehidcB. 

Ifaryarito, Leach. 1819 298 

jr. tM2)ra«c«nm, M. & H., 1860, pLxix, figs. 8 a, b, 9 a, 6 298,288 

if. mudyeano. Meek, 1871, pi ii, figs. 9 a, 6 300 

Jfar^ritetta,M.&H.,1860 300-302 

Jf.>towi«riato,E.&S.,1854,pLxix,flg».lla-d 302 

P§ttinitn'anehiata. 

DriUmidcB. 

IVa«Aytne<m, Meek, 1864 '. 303-304 

r. vincttltim, H. & M., 8p., 1856, pL xix, flga. 7 a-d 804-306 

* OIo#em»cw*, n. g., Meek, 1876 306-307 

a tenuiliMotiis, H. &, M., np., 1856, pi. xix, figs. 10 a, 5, and 9 o 308-309 

NaHeidm. 

flfyrod«, Conrad, 1860 309-310 

O.conrodi, Meek, figs. 33-36, p. 310 310-311 

i^noeia, Gray, 1847 811-314 

i. concinna, H. & M., sp., 1854, pi. xxxil, flga. 11 «-e 814-315 

i. oecid«n<a/i#, M. & H, 1856, pL xxxii. figs. 12 «-e 815-316 

i;.«i^?ra«#a,M.&.H.,1856,pl.xxxix,flg8.8a-« 816-317 

^fiiauro|Mt«, Morch, 1857 317-318 

A.paludince/ormit, H. dt M., sp., 1854, pL xix, flga. 15 a-« 318-319 

AporrhaideB. 

Ap/UwTftaw, Dillwyn, 1823 320-322 

Aliped, Conrad, 1865 (=Q<miocheila, Q Abb) 320 

ArrAo^, Gabb, 1868 321 

AporrAai» Wan{n*iata, M. & H, 1866, pL xix, flga. 6 a-« 322>323 

.IncAum, Conrad, 1860 334 

DrqwinotfAiZia, Meek, 1864 (=Pm#«)ptera, Tate, in part) 324 

A. (DrepanoehUiu) amerieana, E. &, S., sp. , 1857. pL xxxil, flga. 8a,6 325-326 

A, (Drepanochilus) ne&ra«eenn«, E. & S., ap., 1854, pi. xix, flga. 6 a-« 326-327 

i../»uW«»M,M. &H., 1860,pLxix,fig8.3 o,6 327-328 

A./porrc^M. &H.,1860,pLxix,flg8.4a,6 328 

Vanikorida. 

TonOoro, Qnoy & Gaim. 1832 329 

r. amW^uo, M. & H., 1866, pL xix, flga. 12 a-d 330,331 

TonOroropnt.tn.g., Meek, 1876 331 

F. fuotneyona, M. & H., ap., 1856, pLxxxix, flga. 2a,6 332 

TurriUUidcB. 

MetaUa, Gray, 1842 332-333 

jr. kansaamtit, Meek, 1871, pLli, flga.7a,b 333-334 

Otrithu^ptidrs. 

Oerithioptis, Forbea & Hanley, 1849 834-335 

• Alaba, a. St, A. AdAWA, lasa 335 

8mia, A.Adama.l86l 335 

OerUhiopti* moreaueruii, M. Sc H., 1856, pL xxxi, flg. 4 (not 4 a, fr), flg. 88, p. 886 . 336-337 

*icAm«ti{p, a apindle (diminutive of). t Vapikoro ; i^nt. 



WRITINGS OP P. B. MEEK. ^ 103 

Paffo. 
Pjfrmmi d §l H d m , 

OfcanmOjia. d'Orblgny, 1880 887-339 

O. cfritWormu, M. &H., sp., 185«, pL xxxii, figs. 10 a, 6 880-341 

LUtorinideB. 

8pir<m»ma,ldeek,19M 341-342 

8. tenuiUneata, M. & H., ap.. 1856, pL xxxii^ dgft. 9 a-« 342-343 

MuriddiB. 

JWu*u*, Coun.d, 1858 343-346 

Neptunella, Moek, 1854 (not Gray) 344 

Pyrifunts {NeptuneUa) nexberryi, M. & H., 1850, pi xxxi, fig. a-/, fig. 89. p. 840. 340-347 
P. (NeptuneUa) ntbturritui, M. & H., sp.. 1857, pi. xttII, figs. 8 a, fr, ftnd fig. 40, 

p.347 347-348 

P. (XeptuntUa) intertextui. M. & H., up., 1857, pi. xix. figs. 14 a, fr 348-340 

Bueeinidm. 

f Pseudobueeinum, M. & U . 1850 340-350 

P. iubrt9om»e, M. Sc H., 1850, pi. xxxi, flg8.5a-d 350-351 

f OdtmtoboBit,* rx. g.. Meek, 1870 ; 851-352 

O. eonttrieta. H. & M.. sp., 1850, figs. 41. 42, p. 868 352-354 

Ftueiolariida. 

IVMciolono, Lamarck, 1799 355-358 

TerebrUpira, Courad, 1802 350 

Piettochilua, Meek, 1804 350 

Mesorhytit. Meek - 350 

OryptorhytiM. Meek 350 

Fcueiolaria bueeinoidft, M. Sl H.. 1850, pL xxxl, figs. 8 a-d 358-359 

F. {PieMtoehUu$) scarboroughi, M. St H., 1857, pi. xxxii, figs. 4 o-d 359-300 

F. iPUgtochilut) culb^rUoni, M. & H., 1850, pL xxxii, figs. 1 «-/. flg. 44, p. 300 360-302 

P. (PitMtoehilus) galpiniana. M. & H., sp., 1850, pi. xxxii, figs. 2 a, 6 302-303 

P. (Pi«to<!*i7u#) creeocf a, M. AH, 1850, pL xxxi. figs. 11 a, 6 803-364 

Ft (Jf«orAyfi*) ^acOerita, Meek, fig. 45, p. 304 304-305 

P- f (OryptoThytit) ehtyennensis, M. St. H.. sp., 1800, pL xix, figs. 13 a, 6 805-306 

P. t {OryptorhytiM) JUxicoitata, M. Sc H., sp., pL xix, fig. 2 and fig. 40, p. 307 307-308 

P^ropm, Conrad, 1800 308-30 

P. ftatrdi, M. & H., »p., 1850. pL xxxi figs. 10 «, 6 300-379 

P. bairdi var. rottUa, Meek, pL xxxi, fig. 10 and fig. 47, p. 371 871-372 

Punu, BniguiAre, 1789 872-374 

Serr%fu$uM, Meek 873 

Siniitralia, H. & A.Adams, 1853 373 

Futut f {S*rr\fwm») dakotensis, M. St H., 1850, pL xxxi, fig. 11 and pi. 82, figs. 

6a,6 874,878 

P.?(-8«^u«««)do*ot«Mi», var., pLxxxll,fig.7aand7 6f 375-377 

OsntAariM, Bolten, 1798 377-379 

J!ritonuf«a, Swainson, 1840 378 

CIsn/AartiZtu, Meek 378 

0. (Cantharulu9) tfavgkani, M. & H., sp., pL xxxii, figs. 5 a, 6, and fig. 48, p. 879. 370-.')80 
Pleurotomida. 

rurrt*. Bolten. 1798 380-384 

Surcula, H. &. A.AdamB, 1853 {=Turricula, Sehnm.; not of others) 381 

SureuliUa, Conrad, 1805 382 

Otnota, B..Si A.Adams, 1853 (not Adanson) 382 

T. minor, E. dt S., tp. 1857, pi. xxxi, figs.9a-« 384-386 

T. (auraUa)^ contortui, M.&H.. 1850. pi. xxxi, figs.7a-«, fig. 49, p. 885 385-380 

r. (fiurciito)? fcitei. Meek. fig.50, p.387 880-388 

Cephalopoda. 
Tetrabranehiata, 

BatuUHda 388-391 

BaatUtei, Lamarck, 1799 891-394 

Oyrtoehilu, Meek 392 

B. ovahu. Say, 1821, pL xx, fig& 2 a, fr, d, and 1 a, b, and fig. 62, p. 397 894-307 

B. grandU, H. Sl M., 1854, pL xxxUl. figs. 1 a-«and fig. 53, p. 399 and fig. 64, p. 400. 398-400 

B. eompreuua, Say. 1821, pLxx. figs. 3 a-« and figs. 55, 50, p. 403 400-404 

A M}Mr, Morton f 18?4. pL xxxix. figs. 10 a, d (not 6, c) 404-406 

B.aneep9m. obtutva, figs. 57-00, p. 400 400-408 



* Uovv, a tooth ; ^Airvs, a base. 



104 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Aneyloeeratidce, 

Ancyloeerat, d'Orblgny. 1841 MMO» 

A.luneum, M. & H., 1858, pL xxi, flgs.la,5 40MIO 

Ptyehoceratidce, 

rtycAocero*. d'Orblgny. 1841 410-412 

P.nwrtoni, M. dc^ H., 1857, pLxr. figs. 4. a-« 412-413 

SeaphUidm. 

Seaphitet, Parkinson, 1811 418-41B 

MaeroioaphUes, Meek 414 

ScaphUtM, P&Tkinwa 414 

I>iteo»eajihite$, Meek, 1872 15 

8. larv€tformU, M.&H., 185«, pi. vi, figs. 6 »-« 41S-4W 

S.warreni,iL6i.a., 1860, pL vi, fig. 5 and figs. 61, 02. p. ttl 42(M23 

& Mr?»<A»»wt*, M. & H.. 1862, pL vi, figs. 4 a. 6 42»-425 

S.vmitrieo9U9, M. & H.. 1862, pL vi, figs. 7 a, 6, and figs. 8 a, b 425-4M 

8. nodoniM VAT. brevis, pLxzr, figs. 1 a-« 428-428 

8. nodowM var. quadrangularit, pLxxv, figs. 3a-«, 2a-«andflg.4 428-429 

8. nodotuM vmr.pUnuM, pi. xxvi, figs. 1 o-e , 429-430 

8. (I>i$eo»eaphUs*) eonradi, Morton, sp., 1834, pL xxxyI, flgs.2 a-e 430-433 

8. (DiicotcaphiteM) eonrcuii, \&T.ffulo9tu, Mort<ui,1834, pL xxxvt fig. 1 432-438 

8. (Discoteaphitet) eonradi. var. int^rmedius, pL xxxiv, figs. 3 a~e 433-435 

S. {I>i$eo»eaphitei) nicoUtii, Morton, sp.. 1841. pi. xxxiv, figs. 4 a~c and 2 a-b. . . 435-436 

8 (Ditweaphiif) eheyennenna, Owen, sp., 1852, pi. xxxv, figs. 8 a-4 437-441 

8. (Diseotcaphite*) €^ssinu$, Morton, sp.. 1841, pi. xxxv, figs. 2 a, 6 and 4 441-443 

8. (Di»co$eaphites) mandanemie, Morton, sp., 1841, pi. xxxv, figs. 1 a-€ 443-444 

AmnuinUidcB. 

Ammanitet, Brug., 1789 ^ 445-447 

A.eomplemu, U. & M, 1854, pL xxiv, figs, la-c 447-448 

Mortonieera*, n.g.. Meek, 1876 448-440 

if. thoihonente. Meek, pL vi, fl^s. 3 a, 6 ana 6 6 449-450 

M. f vennUumente, M. & H., 1860. pi. vii. fig. 2a,fr 450-452 

Prionoeyelut. Meek. 1872 452-435 

Pnonotropit, Meek 453 

P. (Prionotropit) tpoolgari, Mantell, sp., 1822, pi. vii, figs. 1 o-A, and pi. vi, fig. 2 455-457 

PAyOoeertu, Sness, 1865 458 

P.fham, M.ikH., 1856.pl. xxiv. figs. 3 o-c and fig. 64, p. 458 456-46i 

PlaceniicerM, Meek, 1870 462-464 

^Aenodweitf, Mfek, 1872 463 

P. ptaeenta, DeKay, sp.. 1828, pL xxiv, figs. 2 a, 6 and fig. 65. p. 466 465-468 

P. placenta var. intereaiare, pi. xxili, figs. 1 a-€ 468-473 

P. (aphenodiseus) Untieulare, Owen, sp., 1852, pi. xxxiv, figs. 1 o-c. fig. 66, p. 478 . 473-476 
TurrilUidce. 

2r«t«-oc«ra#. d'Orbigny, 1849 '. 4n-478 

H. r eoehUatum, H. & M., pi. xxii. figs. 2a,b 478-479 

IT. .' n^6ra#c«i#e, M. & H., 1866, pi. xxli, figs. 1 a-c 480-481 

H.tortum,hl & H., 1858. pi. xxii, figs. 4 o-c 481-482 

H. f uvtbUieatum M. & H., 1858, pi. xxii, fig. 5 482-483 

H.reheyennense, M. &. H., 1856. pi. xxl. flga. 2 a, fr 483-484 

H. f angtUatum, M. &, H., 1860, pi. xxl, figs. 3 o-c 484-485 

H«ZM;o<5*ro#. d Orbigny, 1840 485-487 

•Patoc«nM. Meek 485 

HelicoeeroM tnortoni var. tenuicostatum, pi. xxii, figs. 8 o-c 487-480 

NautUidof. 

XautUus, Linna'us, 1738 489-495 

r«nnocAiiu#. McCoy, 1844 49C 

Trematoditcut, M. & W., 1861 491 

I>uciff# (De Hann). McCoy, 1825 491 

SoUnoehUiis, M. &. W., 1870 {= Oryptoeerat, d'Orbigny) 491 

Hercoglosta, Conrad, 1866 (-Aganid^, Montfi>rtf) 491 

P»eud<mautUua, Uiiek 491 

iV. detoyi. Morton. 1834, pi. xxvii, figH. 1 a-« and fig. 67. p. 496 496-408 

y.dekayi var. moanoaen«t«, pi. xxvii, figs. 2 a-« 408 

A': «i«^an#, Sowerby, 1816, pi. viii. figs. 2 a-<* 

' «ar<K, a path : <cpac, a horn. 



WRITINGS OF F. B .MEEK. 105 

Pftge. 
Dibranek iata . 
BeUmnitidte. 

IWrnrnteflo. d'Orbigny, 1840 601-503 

H. 6tti6<»#a. M. & H., 1856, pi. xxxiii, flgs. 2 o-e 5u4 

Teuthidm. 

FkyUoUuthi»,M.SL n.,lWO 50G 

P. nitoMta. H. dt H., 18W, pL xxxiil, fig. 8 505 506 

ArtimUUa. 



Tutieola. 
Serptdid4it. 

S»nm2a, Linonoft. 1758 1 506-507 

& ; l^ttticarifMrto, M. & H., 1857, pL vl. fig. 1 507-508 

8PBC1K0 or THK FSBSH AXD BBACKIAH WATBB U051TB BBD0. 

LmMOibranekiaia. 

Mvnomyaria. 

Ottrtidn. 

0*tr«a, Lino»ns 500 

a«i6en^onaKt,E.&a?1857,pLxl,ilg«.l«-d 510 

Dim y tkria. 
JJnionidte. 

Tnio, Retxiuft. 1788 511-515 

BaruMla, Kaf.. 1820 (=Poeamuto, 8 w»iDMn) 513 

^oulea, Swainson, 1840 514 

05ovarui, Raf.. 1819 (=J2A<|n<lo(ionto, M5roh) 514 

J^uMi, SwainaoD. 1837 514 

flyridtftta, Swainsoo 514 

LampmUt, Kaf., 1820 (-TruneiUa, Pleurobetna, Syntoxia, Scalenaria, and 

yiagiola, Raf. ; Crenodanta, Scbliit. ; ^lia, Swainoon) 514 

Oanthyria, Swainson. 1840 514 

IridM, SwainaoD, 1840 {=Tritigonia and Orthonymui, Agasalz) 514 

BoCundaria, Raf.. 1820 (^(Vpfo9«nui,AgaiMix) 514 

^iMMfruia, Raf.. 1820 ( = rA«<i<ieiina, SwalnsoD) 514 

Difladon, Splx. 1827 (= OiMumarta, Conrad, and NoXa, Swainson) 514 

i)ytfMmiya, Agasids, 1852 514 

JffCaptoro, Raf., 1820 ( = PropUra, Raf , and Lymnadia and Megadomutt Swain- 

•on)....: 615 

r.j>ri»cu*,M.&H..185«.pliliii, fig».8o-d 516-517 

ir.(ten<r.M.&H.. 1857,pLxli,fti{s.3a-<; 517-518 

r.tu6«pattaate«,H.&H.,1857.pLxli,figB.la,6 51S-519 

U.d4Wtyanui.M.A U.. 1857, pL xli, figs. 2 a-« M9 

Oyrenido!. 

Oi>r5icttia. M«ihlfeldt 520 

O. eytker\fonnU. M. 4( H.. 1860, pi. xl. flgH. 5 a-« 520-521 

C. •eodeiUolM, H. & H.. 1856, pi xl.fig«.6a-« 521-522 

O. fiefrra«oeiw<«. M.&H., 1860.pLlxiii, flgs.2a,5 (not2 6) 522 

SvLhgeouB L0pt$sth4$ 523 

a (£«peM(A«t)«u5«tt*p(iea,M.&H.. 1A56,pl.xliii.figs.0a-e 523-524 

C. {Lepts$the$) $ubeUiptiea var. moreauennk, pL xliil, figs. 1 a, b and 2 c 524 

iS!pA<mum, Scopoli, 1777- 525 

8 planum, U.ScB.. l860.pLxliii,fl>;8.« a.fc 526 

8./ormo9um, iLSc H.,IS&), pi x\\ii,A,£n. 4 a-c 526-527 

« tuftettfplicum, M. & H. 1860, pL xWi, flgs. 5 a. 6 527 

fi. r«c«»car«Mnai<, M. & H , 1860. pL xUil, figs. 3 a, 6 527-528 

OorbiUida. 

OorbHla. Broguidrv '5'2o 

Paekyodon, 0«bb , 528 

C. (PoMyodon) tiia<;ti^orf#.i«, M. & H., 1856, pi. xliii, flgs. 7 o-r 528-5*29 

C. {Paehyodon) tubtrigonaUt, M. 4& H., 1856,pl.xl, flg».3 a.6 529-530 

0. (Pachycdon) perundata, M. & H., 1856, pL xl, flgs. 4 o-d 530-531 

OMtUropodtt. 
Ptdnumata. 
LifMueidcK. 

lAmnma, Lamarck. 1799 631-533 

Badir. Montfort, 1810 (=(?iilnaria, Leach) 632 



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PoiyrAyew, Meek 5» 

BitUmnea, HaUleman, 1842 SK 

Limnophysa, Fitzinger. 1833 (=Siagnieola, XoAch A Oalba, Solmnek) 533 

OmpAi«eo(a, Raf. (=Xeptoiimn«a, Swainaon) . . 1 533 

^MUa, Haldeman. 1842 533 

PleuroUmncea, Meek.lSM S33 

L. (PleurolimruBa) tenuieottata, M. & H., 18.*^ pL xUt, figs. 18 o^ 534 

Planorlm, MQller, 1776 ^ 634-536 

JETaZwoma, SwninsoD, 1840 535 

Planorbella, Haldeman. 1842 536 

Taphiut, H.& A.Adamw, 1856 536 

MenetuiM- & A. Adams, 1856 (^Aiiwttf, Beck, not Fits.) 536 

Aninu, FlUinger, 1833 {=Trop%diimu, Stein.) 536 

Bathyompkalus, Agaraiz, 1837 (=9pirorbU, Swainson, not Lamarck) 536 

Gyratdus, Ag^Miz (=XautUina, Stein.) 536 

P. eonvolutus, U. & H.,1856,pl.xlil,flg«.12a,6 53<W37 

P. 6ontH><ii<u« var., pi xlii, figs. 11 a-€ 588 

P. (Bathyomphaliu) planoeonveanu, M. & H., 1^57, pL zUt, flga. 9 «-« 538-539 

P. (BaeAyompAoZtM) ampteriM. M.ikH..1857,pl.lxii,flga.l6»-« 539 

Phytida. 

BuZtnta, O. F. Mttller, 1781 549 

B. mbtlongattu, M. & H., 1856,pl.lxii,flg». 13 a,5 640-511 

B. longiuseulus, M. & H. 1856, pi. xliii, figs. 16 a, 6 641-642 

B. rhwnboideut, M. Sc H., 1856, pi. xHu, flg. 17 542 

AneyUdcB. 

AcroJoscu*. Beck, 1837 643 

A.minutu»,U AH, 1856, pi. xliv, flg. 10 643-644 

Vitrinidof. 

Farina. Drapernaud, 1801 544 

V.f obliqua, M. & H, 1857. pi. xlii, flg». 10 a, b ! 545 

Hyalina.F6ruB»ac,lBld 646-547 

H.roceidmtalU,ld.ScB.., 1857, pi. xlii, flg8.6a-d 647-648 

H.fecami, M.&H.,1880, flga. 68, 69, 70, p. 548 548-649 

HeUeidm. 

JfeZiiC Linntens. 1758 549-651 

Oalaxia*, Beck, 1837 549 

Camctna, Alber8,1860 550 

Helixvetusta, M. & H.. 1860, pi. xlii, flge. 7a,6 552 

Thaumoitut, Albers. 1860 553 

r. <imfur</'ormi«, M. & H., 1856, pi. xliv, figs. 8. o-d 56S-654 

OWumna, Perry, 1811 554 

£Aodea, H. & A. Adamii, 1866 565 

Oolumnateret,^. dtH., 1856, pi. xllv, figs. 11 a,6 656-656 

0,V€rmieula,lLScB.., 1866, pi. xllv, figs. )2 a, 6 666-657 

O, vermieula var. confrarta, Meek, 1866 557 

Peetinibranehiata. 
Oerithiidce. 

Ckrithidea, Swainson, 1840 558 

PirenttUa, Gray, ^Si^ 658 

Oerithidta { PireneOa t) nebraseentU, M. & H. , 1866, pL xliii« figs. 9 o-c (bii) 559 

Oeriphatiidct. 

Goniodaw, I^ea, 1862 560-561 

O. eonvtxa, M. &, H., 1P56, pi. xlii. figs. 2 a, 6, and figs. 71. p. 662 and 72, p. 563. . . 562-563 

G. eonvtxava.T. impr«s»a,M. &. H., 1857, pL xlii, flga. 2 e,d 563-564 

O. invenu$ta. M. &, H., 1857.pl. xlii,flgii.l a-e 564-565 

G. Mbrtueensis, M. Sc n.. 1856, pi xliii. figs. 12 o-A, and flg. 73, p. 565 665-666 

O. <entticarimUa, M. & H., 1857.pl. xliii, flg«.14a-c 666-667 

G.$ubUKVis.M. Si H., 1857. pi. xm. flga. 5a,& 567 

Q.t omiUa. M. & H., 18o7,pL flii, flgn. 4 a-c 568 

G fftfunUnta, Meek, pi xlii. flg. 3 and fl^r. 74, p. 569 568-569 

G.r itubU»rtvosa, M. &i H. 1857, pi. xlii. flga. 17, a-6, and flga. 75, 76, p. 569 51*9-570 

Biuoidtr. 

Hydrobia, Uartniano. 1821 671 

H. anthonyi, M. & H., 1856, pi. xliil. flga. 10 o-d 571-672 

H vMinynana. M. & H.. 1857, pi xliiL flgn. 1 a-e 572-673 



WRITINGS OF F. B. MEEK. 107 

Page. 

B.tubeoniea, Meek, ^g.n, p. 573 578 

£r. ; «tii»m<mf0t, Heek. flg.78, p. 673 57S-674 

Jf»«ropy»yu#, Meek, 18W 674-675 

Jf. m*ntt<«itt*, M. & H., 1866, pL xUU, flgn. 18 «, 6 675 

YMparidce. 

Vinparus, MontfoTi,l6tO 678-677 

F. teo*,M-&H.. 1858, pLxUv.fljw. 6 OHl 677-678 

7.r«rti««a.M.&H., lK»6,pl. xliv,flgB.5«-/ 578-579 

r.conra<ft.M.&n.,]856,plxlii,flg8.16aHi..^ 679-580 

F.i>aruiMiri*,M.&H.,1856 fig.79 580 

V.troehiformU.M.Sca., 1856, pi. xliv. flg. 2 a-0 \ 680-582 

F.i««fyi,M.&H.,185«,pl.xHv,flg.4 682-683 

F. feidyi Tar./ormoffiM, pi. xliv, figs. 3 a, 6 583 

Y.rapnotd9anus,ld.St H.,1861,pLxliv,figs.7 a,6 y... 684-585 

Camp^oma, KBfine»qne 

C.TOtttt</t«#ota.M.&H.,185«,pl.xllT,flg8.1a,6 588-587 

a retttte. M. & H.. 1858 pi. xHv, flga. 14 a, b 587-588 

amulti9tHata,M.Scn.. lR58,pI.xmi,flgs. 16a-«.aiid flg.80.p.688 688-689 

Yalvatidce. 

F<rfroto.Mftner,1774 689-690 

IV-opidMio, H. & A. Adamm 1856 590 

F. «i*i»fwWZtcaea, M. & H.. U58. pi. xliii. figs. 18 0-0 690-591 

F.panniZo,M.AH., 1856 591 

F./wion/oiia«n*it, Meek, figs. 81, 82, 88, p. 691 . 591-692 

FOSSaS OF THB WIKD RIVBB TKBTUBT. 

MoOtuea. * 

Oiuteropoda. 
PtUmonata. 
Vitrini4icB. 

MacrocycUs, Bec\, ISan 693-594 

ilmpeWto, Beck, 1837 694 

Jf.#pa<M)#a,M-&H..1861,pl.xUi,flga,9a-« 604-595 

EeUeitUe. 

Helix, Linn 596 

ff.fveUma^U.AB., 1861,pl.xlii,flgB.8a,6,uidflgs.84»86,p.596 606-597 

VO80IL8 07 THB WBITB RIVBB TntTIABT. 

MoOnaea. 
6c$teropoda. 
PulnumtUa. 
Limnaeidce. 

Limncea, Lamarck 598 

L.meekian€L,'E,& S., pL xlv, ISca 5 a-c 598-599 

L. #ftvmard{. Meek, pi. xlv, flgs. 6 a, 6 599 

PIanor6i«. Hftller 599 

P.teidy»,M.&H.,1860.p1.xlr,flg8.3a-<f 590-600 

Subgenus ^0n«t««. H. tt. A. Adamsf 600 

P.iMtnetuM) n#&ro«««nm,£. &S., 1854,pLxlT,flgM.2a,5 600-601 

P. <J/«i«(ta)r«/taett#,M.&H., 1860,pl.xlv,flg8.1«-« 601-602 

Pkytidig. • 

PhyM, Draparnand, 1801 603-604 

PAyMOo. Haldeman, 1842 603 

Phyaodon, Ha Ideraan, 1 842 603 

/*ufora. Ehrenb., 1831 { = D%a»tropha, OuMding) 604 

CotUUa, D8l1,1870 604 

P. ieealina,^. & S., 1864. pi. xIt, flps. 4 «^ 6 804 

EOieidaf. 

HeHx, Linn 604 

F leidyi, H. & M., 1854, pi. xlv, flga. 7 a, 6 604-605 

APPRKDIX. 

TtUina (Areopagia) f eAtfy«nn«n«i«, M. & H., 1856, pL zrii, fig. 16 607 

liimMieeff/m«ltonania,M.AH., 1862,p1.yiii,flgs.la-« 607-600 



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106. 

Mkex, F. B. Palaeontology. <Rep. Geol. ExpL- 40th Parallel, vol. iv, part i, pp. 
1-197, pis. i-xvii. Washiugton, 1877. 

Silarian, Devonian, Carboniferous, TriaMlc, Jarassic, Cretaoeons, Tertiary. Genen £«(•• 
tnoeera* (Hyatt), Euditeocercu (Hyatt), Polyrhytii, Rhytophortu, Pifrgul\fera, 

DESCRIPTIONS OF FOSSILS. 

. BILUKIAX SPECIES. Pag«. 

MoUusea. 
Oasteropoda. 
SolariidcB. 

f OphiUta, Vanuxein 17 

O. eomplanata VM". nana, Meek, 1870, pi. i, flgiul, 1 a, 1 6 17-18 

Raphittoma,B.a\l 18 

R. f rotuliformis,Uee\i, 1870, pL i, flgs. 2, 2 a, 6 18-18 

R.r trochiseui, Meek, 1870, pL i, flga. 3, 8 a, fr 18 

ArtictUata. 
Ortutacea. 
Paradoxidm. 

ConocorypAa, Corda 98 

a (Ptyehoparia) Artn^i, Meek, 1870, pLtflg.4 S0-S8 

ParadosridM, Brongniart 21 

P. / nwodenm. Meek, 1870, pL 1, flg. 6 SI-SS 

DEYOMIAN SPECIES. 

Badiata. 
Polypi. 

Favotitidce. 

AlveoliUt, Lamarck 81 

A. multUameUa, n.B., Meek, 1877,pLii, flK8.7,7 a,6 2^88 

Aloeolites, undt. sp.. Meek, 1877 28-27 

l*avo«i(e«, Lamarck 27 

FavoHtet, undtsp.. Meek, 1877, pi. i, flg. 0.. 27 

F.polymorpha,Cro\dt1yur. Meek, 1877, pLii^flg.S 27-28 

Syringopftra,ij^o\dtnM 28 

i$yrtn90pora,andtsp., Meek, 1877 28 

Oyat^LophyUidte. 

PtychophyUum, E. & H 28 

P. f ii\fundilnUum, n.B.,Meek, 1877, pL ii, flgs. 1. 1 a, 6 "28-28 

Diphyphyllum, LonadaXe 29 

I>./o#cicaZMm, n.8.,Meek, 1877, pL il, flgs. 4, 4 «, 6 28-31 

Acenmlaria, Schweigger. 81 

A.pentagona, Goldfmw, sp., 1826, pL ii, figs. 6, 6 • 81-33 

8mithia,E.& H 32 

S. hennahii, Lonsdale, sp., 1840, pi. 2, flgs. 6,0a 33-88 

CyathophyUum, Goldf oss 88 

apalmeri,u.H, Meek, 1877. pi. il, flg. 2 88-34 

MoUutea, 
Braehiopoda. 

StrophoinenidiK. 

HetniproniUi, Pander 85 

H. ehemungennt var. aretottriata, Conrad, sp., pL ill, flg. 2 3J^-36 

Produetidae. 

Produetus, Sowerby 36 

P. ntbaeuleattu, Murchison ? 1 840, pi. iii, flgs. 7, 7 a, 6 36-87 

RhynehoneUidee. 

fAtrypa, Dalman 38 

A. reticularis, Liuneus. sp., 1767, pL i, fl^s. 7 and 7 a, and pL 3, flgs. 6 1 6 a 38. 89 

Spiri/eridce. 

Spiri/er, Sowerby 39 

S.utahetuig, M«ek, 1860, pi. Ui, flgs. 1, 1 a-« 3^-41 

8. engelmanni, Meek, 1860, pi. iii, figs. 8 a-« (and 3 (t-/f) 41-42 

S. ( Trigonotreta) argentariut, n. s., Meek, 1877, pi. iil, figs. 4 and 4a,6 42-48 

S. (Trigonotreuk) 8trigo9US,'VLeek, 1860, pL iii, flgs. 6, 6 a, b 43-45 

8. {Trigonotreta) pinonensis, Meek, 1870, pi. i, flgs. 9, 9 a, ft 

I/amellibranchiaUi. 



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AnrnHntdo!. Pftg«. 

Edmondia, de Koninck 46 

£. / p»«on0iim, n. »., Meek. 1877. pL i, flRt. 8, 8 • 40-47 

Cephalopoda. 

Orthoe^ratUida. 
Ortkoeeras, Anct 

V «njFti, n. •., M«ek, 1877; pL ii. flg. 8 47-«8 

0rthoeera9,nndLsp., Meek. 1877, pLii.flg.9 48 

ArHeulata. 
Onutac^a. 

PhaeopHda. 

DalmanUet^ Anct 48 

i>alnumae«. ep. andt, Meek. 1877, pL i. figs. 11, 11 • 48-40 

Proetidm. 

Proetus, Steinlnger 49 

P. (PAiseim) d«nMei4««M, n. 8.. Meek. 1877. pL i. flgt. 10, 10 a and 6 40-^ 

OARBOirtFKROUB ■PKCIBS. 

j?ffdifffff 
PolypL 

FavotUidce. 

Syrinffoporu, OoldfoM 80 

4f*'in^<>pofa, nndt. sp.. Meek, 1877. pL vi, flgt. 2, 2 a 50-61 

OyatkophyOida. 

^Arenlu, Raflneeqae dit CUifbrd 62 

Z. 9xeentr%ea, n •..Meek, 1877, pi. iv, figs. 1, 1 a-d 62-53 

Z.;fiH«Zra«n«Ua,HaUtl862. pLyi,flgB.4,4aMid6 68-64 

Z.f#tafM6t«m, Hall 11852, pi. vi, figs. 8,8 a-« 54-66 

OampophyUum] E. &H 67 

Oampoph^Uum, nndtap., Meek, 1877, pi. v, flga.2,2aand6 67-68 

Litkotirotion, Fieming 58 

L.whitneyi, Meek, ii.b., 1875. pL vi, figs. 1. 1 a-e 58-69 

Oyathopkyllum, GoldtuBa 60 

0. {Oampophylktm f) nevadmut^ iL8.,Meek, 1877, pi. v. figs.8,8aaad6 60 

0. tub€€Btpito»um, n. s.. Meek, 1877, pL t, flgs. 4, 4 a and 6 60-61 

MoBnuea, 
Braekiopoda. 

Stropkomenidcf. 

Eemipronxie*. Pukder 62 

F. crwwfria, Phillips, tp, 1836. pL vii, flg. 2 62 

Ort^w. Dalman ^ 68 

O.fHieheUni, L'^veillA. vw. Meek, 1877. pL vU. flga. 1, 1 «-« 63-64 

Produetidce. 

Produetut, ^werhy 64 

P. fi«wkl«ii#i«, n. 8., Meek, 1877, pL vili, flgs. 2. 2 a-# .'. 64-67 

Produetus, aodt.8p.. Meek. 1877. pl.vii. flg8.6.6aaod6 67-68 

P. temireHeulatut, Martin, 1709. pLvli, fig.6 69 

P.eostatut, Sowerby ? vat. Meek, 1877. pi. Tii, figs. 4. 4 a and b 69-72 

P. praltemanus, Norwood. 1854, pL vil, flg.7 72-78 

P.Mmoeriatta, Meek, I860 pL vii, figs.8, 8a 74-75 

P. «i6Aorridw, iLS., Meek, 1877, pLvii, flg8.3, 3aand6 75-76 

P. m«i2e£«<ria(iM, Meek, 1860, pL Tlii, flgs. 8, 3 a-« 76-78 

P. iM^uptma, Sowerby, 1814, pi. Tiii,,flg8. 4, 4 a 78-79 

BhyndtondUda. 

Leiorhynehtu, Hall 79 

L. quadrieoMtatiu, Vannxemfsp., 1842, pLiii, flga.9, 9 a and 6 ■ 79-80 

Sptfi/eridm. 

^tJkym, McCoy 81 

A.f pertinuata, n. 8., Meek, 1877, pLix, flgs. 4, 4 a and 6 81-82 

A. roiMyt. rfiveiI14. sp., 1835. pLix,flg8.3,3aaDd6 82-88 

A.«ii6«Jaa. HaU, 1852, pLviii, flg8.6, 6 a 83-84 

Spiriferina AOrbignj 84 

fyiiiferina, nndt sp .Meek, 1877, pi. vlii, flg8.6, 5 a, 6 84-86 

8.puL:hra. Meek. 1860, pl.viii, flgs. 1. 1 a-«, aodpl. xii,flg8. 12, I2a-4f 85-87 

fyiri/er, Sowerby 87 

8. tmtpidatta, Martin I sp., 1796, pi. iU, flgs. 11, 11a 87-88 

Hpirifer {Trig&notreta) opimug, Hallf 1858, pl.ix, flg.6 88-90 

8 (rn>inotre<a) Modina, Meek. 1860, pi. ix. flgs. 1, 1 o-d 90-91 

8. {Trigcnotreia) camsratus, Morton, 1836, pl.ix. flga.2,2a 91-92 



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Lamellibranehiata. 
PteriidcB. 

f PoHdonofnpa,BTonn 92 

P.f/ragMa,n.s., M©ek, 1877, pi. id, figs. 8, 8 a 9S-tt 

AtfieulopeeUn, McCoy 03 

A.eataetui, n. 8.. Meok, 1877, pi. iil, figs. 10, 10a, and 10 ft f .^... 98-05 

A.utahentii, Meek. 1860, pi. ix. figs. 7. 7 a and 6 (and 7 e, and df) 9Me 

A. oeeidaneut, n. 8., Meek, 1877, pi. xii, flg8. 13, 13a and 6 96-97 

O^halopoda. 
Ooniatitidce, 

Ooni(Uite»,l>e Haaa 98 

O.goniolobus, n. 8., Meek, 1877, pL ix, figs. 6, Sa,6 98-09 

UFFBB TBIA88IC SPECIXB. 
MoUusea. 

Brachiopoda. 

Diteinida. 

Diteina, Laraarck 99 

Ditcina, sp. undt. Meek, 1877, pi. x, figs. 3,8 a 08-109 

LameiUbranehiata. 

PUnidcB. 

Halobia, Bronn 100 

H.(DaoneUa) lommeli, Wissmann, 1841, pL x, fig. 6 100-101 

Lueinidof. 

BphoBra, Sowerby 101 

B-tohitMyi, n. s.. Meek, 1877, pi. x, figs. 4, 4 a-« 101 

Uytaidct. 

r Modiomorpha, H. & W 

M.t ovata,fi. 8., Meek, 1877, pL x, figs. 1, 1 a 101 

If. / Jata, n. 8., Meek, 1877, pi. X, fig. 2 108-104 

OtpKalopod€t. 

OrthoeeratiHdcB. 

Orthoeerat, Aucl 104 

0.6te*«i,Gobb»1884, pi. X, fig. 11 164-105 

AlOfOXITOID FORMS OF THB UFFIB TBIA8 OF NKYADA. 

aydoniHda, n. f., Hyatt, 1877 107 

^Corocera*, n p., Hyatt, 1877 107-108 

Clydonitet, Hauer 100 

* C. Uevidorgatiu, Hauer, sp., 1860, pi. x, fig. 7 100-110 

Trachyeeratida. 

\ Oymnotoeeras, n. g., Hyatt, 1877 116-111 

G.roUUiforme, n. a., Meek, 1877, pi. x, figs. 9, andOa 111-113 

a. hlakei, Gabb. 8p., 18<)4. pi. x, figs. 10, 10 a-«, and pi. xi, figs. 6, 6 a 113-116 

TraehyeeroM, Laabo 116 

T.whitneyi, Gabb, sp., 1864, pi. xi, figs. 3, 3 o 116-118 

T. judiearieum, Mojsisovics, 1869, pi. xi, tips. 1,1 a 118 

T. judiearieum, rar. iubMperutn, Meek, 1877, pi. xi, figs. 2, 2 • and 6 118-119 

Aretstidce. 

AreesUa, Suess 11»-120 

A.fperplanug, n. s.. Mock, 1877, pi. xi, figs. 7 and 7a 120-121 

A.gabhi, n. a., Meek, 1877, pi. x. figs. 6, 6 a and b 121-123 

PhysanaidcB, 

I Acrochordieercu, n. g., Hyatt, 1877 It4 

A. hyaUi, n. a.. Meek. 1877, pi. xi, figs. 5 and 5a 124-126 

Eutomoceraa, n. g., Hyatt,1877 126 

E. laubei, n. a., Meek, 1877, pi. 10, figs. 8, 8a 18^-128 

Euditcoeercu, n. g., Hyatt, 1877 128 

J?.j7aW>i, lis, Meek, 1877, pi. xi, figs. 3 and 8 a 12»-12i 

JUBAfiSIC BPBCIE8. 

Mvtliuea. 
^ LameUibranehiata. 
Limidce. 

Lima, Bmgnidre UO 

L. (Limatula) erecta, n. s., Meek, 1877, pi. xii, fig. 2 UO 

^jf^vf, ahelniia; Kcpav, a burn. \ aicfioxopSthf, ft wart; K^pm, fthon. 

iyvit.v6i, uakod ; i'a>rof, back; KtpaK, a bom. 



WRITINGS OP P B. MEEK. Ill 

PtmrnOy Liniueat 181 

P.i»ii^iL».,Heek,18r7.i»Lxii.flg«.0,Oa 181-181 

JfyCOwto. 

FolMUa. SoopoU 188 

7. Mol^yrum, Tar. woiMi>ia,Meek« 1877, pLzii, figs. 4, 4 a 132-138 

Myifpkoria^ Broxm 183 

Jf.lMMato, Monster? 1884, pL xii, flgs. 8, 8 « 188-184 

ArcUUf. 

OueuUaa, Lammrck 184 

aik<VM«i.ii.s..Me«k.l877.pLxii.flgi.l,la,6 134-185 

Amatimdw. 

MymeUM,Anci 186 

M. {Plmtrompa) Mt^oompretM, Meek, 1878, pL xil, figs. 8, 6 a 18e-187 

Jf.ifi«oiMi>tetit«,n.8.,Meek,1877.pLxii,flg.lO 137 

jr. (P{ntromya)«>eterm«i«,D. 8.. Meek. 1877. pLxii,flgt. 11,11a 187-188 

Ctpkdicpoda. 



BtUmmtes, And 188 

B.fi«ta<lmn#,ii.8.,Meek,1877,pl.xii,ilgs.7,7a,ft (Ukd%a,b f) .' I88-I80 

CBBTACBOUS FOSAILS. 

JfoBitfea. 

Ottreidte. 

OMTM^Lian 140 

OUrtfo. DBdt ap., Meek, 1877, pi. XT, ilgs. 10, 10 a-« 140-141 

An^tmHdm. 
^ii<m»«irar«<A>rm<«.n.B.,Meek,1877,flg.i.p.l41 141 

PUriidm, 

/noMrofiMtf, Sowerby 142 

7.«<iiipMmi.Meek.l6«0.pLxili,flg.8 142-ia 

J.pro6(0ma<i<na,Soblotf 1820,pl.xiil,flgs.2aad2a 148-144 

/iioe«r«mtt«,8p.iiodt.,Meek.l877,pLxiii,flg8.4,4a. 144 

X «r0efM, n. a.. Meek, 1877, pL xili, figs. 1, 1 a, and pL xlr, flg. 8 145 

/.d^ormw, Meok,1872,pl.xlv,flg».4,4a 14^148 

Arddm, 

Oueulkea, ImxmtcIl 148 

0. {Drigonttrea f) obHqua, n. t., Meek, 1877, pL xiv, flga. l,la-^ 14^140 

Js»fUBa.Poli 140 

A. wyomin^eyuif, D. 8., Meek. 1877, figs. 2 and 8, p. 160 ' 140-150 

OorhuKda. 

Ooffrttia, Brngai^re ISO 

Oorfrirfo, andt 8p., Meek. 1877, pL xiv, flg. 2 160-151 

Cmrdiida, 

Oardium, JjXnnmuB 151 

a ewrttcm, M. ik H.f 1801, pL XT, llg. 3 (not8a) 151-152 

afl«5air(i«m,Meek.l873.pLxT,flg.8a(iiot8) 152-153 

Maetrida. 

Moetra, Liiuiena 153 

jr. / «mtiMm*i, n. 8., Meek, 18T7, pL XT, flg. 8 153-154 

¥.<7Vi^ofMaa)f or«naria,n.8.,Meek,1877,pLxlT,lig.5 154-156 

Jf.((Vm&opA<»ra)fii<a^«iM{t,D.8.,Meek,1877,pLxT,llga.0,0a,6 155-150 

TdUnidcB. 

TdBiiwi. LimuDoa 150 

r.fiwi#ma,iLa.,Meek,1877,pLxT,flg.6 160-157 

r.iiiod«tto,iL8.,Meek,1877.pLx^,flg8.4-6 167-168 

Ytntridc^ 

C^prinMrio, Conrad 158 

aftudoiato, Meek, 1873.pl XT, ilg. 7 168-150 

^•iUropoda. 

NaUeidm. 

eyrodM,Ck>nrad 150 

a.d^rtua, n. a.,Meek,18n, pLxr.flgal, la 160-100 

Aparrhaidim, 

iliMfctcfo, Conrad .'. 100 

X.f>W<A>«'m<t,n.a., Meek, 1877, pL xt. flga. 2, 2 • 100-101 



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Siphonariidcf, 

f Anisomyon, M.. Si R 182 

J.. wsMuteafia.M. &HJ 1858, figs. 4 and 5, p. 162 !« 

(X)80ILS OF THK BKAR RIVER FRESH OB BBACKI8H WATBB BEDS. 

MoUusea. 
Lamdlibranchiata . 

Unionidcp. 

Unio, Retzius 164 

r. w<ta^M#. Meek, 1860, pi. xvl, flgg. 5,5o-« 164-16S 

U. 6«ttipiu;atii#, Me^k, 1870, pi. xvi. figs- 4, 4 a 16V167 

OyrenidoB. 

Vorbieula, BenBon 167 

O. (VeloritifM) durto**. Meek, 1870, pL xvi, flg». 6 a-^ 167-170 

OorbulidiK. 

Cotbula, Brug - 170 

C. (AnUorki/nehut) pyriformU, Meek. 1860, pL xvil. flga. 2, 2 «-d 170-174 

O. (AnUorhynchtut t ) engelmanni. Meek, 1860, pL xvii, flgs. 1,1a 174-175 

Ooiteropoda. ' 

Aurin^lid^Jf!. 

RhyHphorv4,Mve\i, l^Z 175 

R. priseus, Meek, 1860, pi. xvil, flgs, 6 and 6 a 175-176 

Otriphcuiido'. 
PyrguLifera humerosa. Meek, lf«60, pi. xvii, flga. 19, 10 a, and fig. 6 , p. 177 176-178 

Viviparidce. 

Vivipanu, Montfort 178 

V. conradi, M.&H.. I856,pl.xvii,flgs.l8,18a 178-179 

Oampeloma, Raflnefiqae « 179 

O. macro»pira,Meek ^ 1872, pi. xvii, flga. 17 a, b 179-181 

Oawpeloma (undt. sp.). Meek. 1877. pi. xvil, flga. 15 a, 6, and fig. 16 o-e 181 

Limncndap. 

I^'mno^, Lamarck 181 

L. (Limnophyita) nitidtUa, Meek, 1860, pi. xvii, flga. 5, 6 a 181-182 

APECIK8 OF UKDOUBTBD TBRTIART AOB. 

MoUu$ca. 
Lamellibranehiafa. 

Cyrenidce. 
Sphcerium, Scopoli. 

8. rugoium,Meek, 1870, pL xvi, flga. 2,2 a, 6 182-18) 

.5. /tdaAoen»«. Meek, 1870, pLxvi,flg. 1,1a 183-184 

Unionidce. 

I7nto, Retzius 184 

U. Aaydeni, Meek, 1860, pL xvi, flga. 8, 8 a, 6 184-185 

Oaateropoda. 

lAmnctidae. 

Aneylus, Geo ffToy 186 

A. tinduZo^ti*. Meek, 1870, pi. xvii, flga. 12a,& 186 

, Oan'n</'ex, Binney 187 

Subgenus Foreict/ftu, Meek, 1870 187 

O. ( Forfua/Bx) 6m»i«yi, Meek, 1870, pi. xvii, flga. 11, 11 a 187-188 

a ( rort«y(/to) rrj/<mi, Meek, 1870. pL xvii, flga. 10, 10 o-o 188-189 

P«anor6i«, Guettard 189 

P. «p«c««Mlu, Meek, 1860,pl.xvli,flg«.13,13a-/ 189 

P. tptctahUU var. utahenaia. Meek, 1860, pi. xvii, flgg, 14, 14 a-« 190-191 

I«t*nn<ms, Lamarck .. 191 

L. (Limnophyia) vetusta. Meek, 1860, pL xvii, flga. 4, 4 a, 6 191 

L. «mtZi«, Mec'k, 1860. pL xvii, flga. 3, 3 a 191-198 

L. (Polyrhytit) kingii,u. »., Meek, 1877, flga. 6 and 7,p.l92 192-lK 

C^riphasiidcg. 

Ooniobafig, Loa 198 

O. nmp«o?}i. Meek, 1860, pi xvii. flga. 7,7 a-d 193-195 

Melaniid€e. 

Melanin, Awct 195 

Jf. / f<jufpfai#, Meek, 1870, pi. xvii, fig. 8 195-196 

Jf. / #tt6#cu«pftf<#, Metk, 1870. pi. xvJl, fig. 9 196-197 



Pj^RT II. 



THE PUBLISHED WKITINGS OF CHARLES ABIATHAR WHITE, 1860-1884. 



113 

120— Ball. 30 8 



IL-THE PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF CHARLES ABIATHAR 
WHITE, A. M., M. D. 



This catalogue is intended to embrace the titles and place of pnbli- 
cation, not only of all the scientific writings of Dr. White, bat his re- 
views of the writings of other author's, and his more popular articles 
also. In only a few instances however, are newspaper articles, of which 
he has written many, noticed on the following pages; bat the inten- 
tion has been to make entry of all his short published notes which 
contain any expression of his views upon scientific subjects, as well as 
of his more elaborate works. The annotations which accom)>any this 
catalogue are made up mainly from data furnished by the author of the 
works, and all expressions of opinion upon geologic and paleontologic 
sabjects contained in them should be regarded as his own. 

Charles A. White was born in North Dighton, Bristol County, Massa- 
chusetts, on January 26, 1826. He has held the following official posi- 
tions in education and science, to which subjects most of his writings 
pertain : State Geologist of Iowa, by legislative appointment, from 1866 
to 1869, inclusive; Professor of Natural History in the Iowa State Uni- 
versity, from 1867 to 1873; Professor of Natural History inBowdoin Col- 
lege, from 1873 to 1875; Paleontologist to the U. S. Geographical and 
Geological Survey s West of the 100th Meridian, in charge of Lieut. George 
M. Wheeler, in 1874 ; Geologist and Paleontologist to the U. S. Geological 
Survey of the Territories, in charge of Maj. J. W. Powell, in 1875 ; Geolo- 
gist and Paleontologist to the U. S. Greological Survey of the Territories, 
in diarge of Dr. F. V. Hayden, from 1876 to 1879; in charge of paleon- 
tological collections in the U. S. National Museum from 1879 to 1882; 
detailed in 1881 to act as chief of the Artesian Wells Commission upon 
the Great Plains, under the auspices of the U. S. Agricultural Depart- 
ment; G^logist to the U. S. Greological Survey in 1882; Paleontologist 
to t^e n. S. Geological Survey in 1883, which position he now holds, 
together with honorary curatorship in the U. S. National Museum; 
President of the Biological Society of Washington for the years 1883 
and 1884. 

A partial bibliography of Dr. White appeared in the "American 
Field '^ for March and April, 1885; this is by Charles Aldrich. 

115 



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1. 

White, C. A. Observations upon the Geology and Paleontology of Burlington, lows, 
and its Vicinity. <Bo8t. Jour. Nat. Hist., (Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist.) voL vii, pp. 209- 
235. Boston, 1861. 

Same. Boston, 1860, 8vo., p. 209-235. Fifty separates printed without title-page, 
covers, or repaging. 

The 50 sepAratos appeared at the date mentioned, but Part II of toL vii, according tb a note 
inserted in it, did not appear until December, 1802, although it bears the imprint IdU. 

This paper is divided into two partM ; in the first, details of local geology are given, and atten- 
tion is called to the fact that in this locality theebaiigu fromDevonian to Carboniforonstook place 
so gradoally as to render it impossible to point out the exact line where one ends and the other 
begins. A section of the rocks at Burlington is given with a table showing the vertical range 
of shells, and a list of the genera discovered in the rocks at Burlington, showing the different 
beds in which they have been recognised. 
The second part contaiju descriptions of seven new species of Braehiopoda from the Chemnng 
I rocks at Burlington, Iowa. 

1 P»«e. 

Bhtfnehon^fla puttulosa, JLn.,Whit^lSOfi 226 

JVttcI«>«pira 6arri«iin.s., White, 1860 ..y 227-288 

IWAraiula burUngtonmHt^TLB,, White, 1900 : 228-239 

Ath^rii crauieardinalU^ n.n.,Whitb,l9dO 229-230 

ProductusUmicottuM,n.9 White, 1860 230-221 

Orttit«Mm«»,n.s., White, 1860 281-232 

iS^Wf«r«o{id%ro«eri«,n. 8.. White, 1860 2S2-2S8 

This part also contains a list of described fossils recognised in the Burlington beds. . 28a-23S 

. a. 

White, C. A., and Whitfield, R. P. Observations upon the Rocks of the Mississippi 
Valley which have been referred to the Chemung Group of New York, together 
with Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from the same horizon at Burlington, 
Iowa. <Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., vol. viii, pp. 289-306. Boston, 1862. 

Same. Boston, 1862, 8vo., pp. 289-306. Fifty separates printed without title-page, 
covers, or repaging. 

Thirty •one species of Lower Carboniferous fossils are described in this paper. 

J)e9eripti<m of new tpeeies. 

Page. 
Braehiopoiki, 

OrtAa, Dalman 292 

0.*tt6sttu>«»«i,n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 282-201 

Streptorkytiehut, King 201 

5. tn/afu*. n. s.. White & Whitfield, 1862 291 

Spififer, Sowerby 296 

A Air«i«,n. 8., Whiter Whitfield, 1862 293-294 

' Bsteia, King 294 

l' iJ. M8cpto«to, n. s.. White & Whitfield, 1862 294 

BhynehoiuUa, Fischer 294 

B.oppo$Ua, n. s., White Jtc^ Whitfield, 1862 29i-295 

Pentameru* , So w e rby 295 

P.UntiexOarU, u. s., White & Whitfield. 1862 29S 

Conehi/era. 

Avieulo-peeten, McCoy 296 

A. linu^formii, n. s., White & Whitfield, 1862 296-286 

A. nodoeoHatus, n. s., White & Whitfield, 1862 296 

Mytilus, Linn 296 

If./ebristnatu4,n.B., White & Whitfield, 1862 296-297 

if. oceiderUalis, n. s.. White & Whitfield. 1862 297 

Subgenus Orthonota, Conrad 297 

M. (Orthonota) ventricoM, n. »,, White & Whitfield, 1862 297-296 

Nueula, LaniarclL 298 

JV. toMvnm, n. s., ^V^lite Jk Whitfield, 1862 298 

Z^te.Schuui 298 

i. ftarrwi, n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 296 



WEITINGS OF U. A. WHITE AND E. P. WHITFIELD. 117 

Page. 

Maerodon, LyceU 208 

M.pvrmu, n. s.. White & Whitfield, 1802 289 

Oonoeardium, Bnmn 209 

C. pufceOum, n. s., White & Whitfield, 1882 299 

O^rieardiafrigida, n. a., White ^t Whitfield, 1862 800 

CypriemrdeOa, Hall 800 

C. fiMMtroto, n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1882 800-301 

JPdmondia, Koninck 801 

J. duriiii^fOYMiMw, n. 8., White ^k Whitfield, 1862 ,... 801 

QutUnpoda. 

Svemphahu, Sowerby .' 801 

J7. ommon, n. 8., White 4t Whitfield, 1862 801 

Pttttifo troi, Conrad 802 

P.^ra&tMmii. 8., Whiter Whitfield, 1862 802 

P. Wsalw, n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 802 

PUntniomaria, Defrance '. 802 

P. miuitiippientis, n. a., White 6c Whitfield, 1862 802 

MvrOtimmia, V^ATchiac 808 

JC.fj>roKa»,ii. a, Whiter Whitfield, 1862.... 808 

PorceOia, lAreOl^ 808 

P. eroMmoda, n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 808 

BeOfropAcm. Hontfort 304 

B. vineutatus, n. a., White & Whitfield, 1862 804 

B.jmtlBgnm, n. a, White & Whitfield, 1862 804 

£. bOofrialM. n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 a04-«)6 

(kphedopoda. 

QimiatUu, DeHaan 806 

e. €»»MiHi#, n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 805 



LophopkyUwm^ Edwards 8c Haime 806 

i. coleeota, n. 8., White & Whitfield, 1862 805-306 

ZopikrtntU^ JUfiDenqiie 806 

Z «me«t, n. 8., White A Whitfield, 1862 806 

Jtovofitef , Lam 806 

P.— [FWe/Wdi] 806 

3. 

Whitb, C. a. ObeerratioDs on the Summit Strnctare of Pentremites, the Strnctnre 
and Arrangement of certain Parts of Crinoids, and Descriptions of New Species 
from the Carboniferoos Rocks of Burlington, Iowa. < Boston Jonr. Nat. Hist. 
(Boston Soc. Nat. Hist.), vol, vii, pp. 481-506. Boston, 1863. 

Same. Boston, 1863. Svo, pp. 581-506. Fifty separates printed withoat title-page, 
covers, or repaging. 

The summit etrnotnre of PentrmnUf norwoodi, P. $U(Hformia, P. U/MOtui, and P. dangatut 
ie notioed. Instances of the recuperative power of Crinoids are also giTen. The genos 
OedioerinuM is proposed, and five species of Crinoids are described. 
Bone obserratlonB on certain modifications of the strnctnre of the probosoes of AeUnoerinus are 
|iT«n,p.4S»-i91. 

Page.* 

CWioer«»as*,n.|C., White, 1868 499-501 

a «iftq>ii«»ta*, n. 8., White, 1863 601-602 

Pb^erimis, Miner 502 

P.»«mK»«i«,n. s.,White,1863 502-608 

P.ifieoiy^ptu«,n. 8..White.l863 503-604 

(VffOoerMMtf. Minor 504 

(7.Iffl««flo»ttt,n.8.,White,1863 504-605 

Beapkioerinui,BaXl 505 

fi.nij«e8ttus.n.s.. White, 1863 505-506 

*KotAia, venter; xp^ror, lilinm. 



118 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



White, C. A. Descriptions of new species of Fosbils from the Devonian and Carbon- 
iferous Rocks of the Mississippi Valley. < Proc. Boston 8oc. Nat. Hist., vol. ix, 
l>p. 8-33. Boston, 1865. 

Same. Boston, 1862. 8vo, pp. 8-33. Fifty separates printed without title-page, 
pcjvers, or repaging. 

Forty-flve species and two varietieii of fossils are described, and the genera BeUmnoermiu 
jui4 Acambona are proposed. The anthor now regards the latter as identical with EumienHt, 
Hall. 

Page. 
Echinodermata. 

Orinoidea, 

Oyathocrintu, Mmer 8 

C.rigidu9,n. s., White, 1862 8 

C.*eHo^flri,n.e., White, 1862 M 

PoCmocrinuf, Miller 9 

P. ob'Unew,ii. s.. White, 1862 9 

P. »align(ndniM,n. s.. White. 1862 10 

P. frarw^ormw, n. s., White, 1862 10-11 

JBurtaeriniM, Meek & Worthen 11 

B. eonfirmatut,!!. s., White, 1862 U 

Zsacrinug, Trowt U 

Z.peranguiatiu,n. s.. White, 1862 11-12 

Z.«iccuZtt#,n. 8., White, 1862 12-13 

Z. aaccului x&T. eondnnns, White, 1862 13 

*B0{«mnotfrinu«, n. g.. White, 18G2 14 

S, <«pta, n. 8., White, 1862, flRs. 1 and 2, p. 13 14-15 

J^efinocrintM, Miller — , 15 

J.. gttadrM!ptnM#, n. 8., White, 1862 1 15 

A.waehtmiUhi, n.s,. White, 1862 lS-16 

A.tuuhmUof, TrooBt, var. aubtraetiu, White, 1862 16 

M^ifiHoerintu, Owen &, Sbumard 16 

M.pUntu, n.8.. White, 1862 16-17 

M.eraswM, n. 8., White, 1862 17 

Platyerintu, Miller 17 

P. plmurovimentuf, n.s., WhiU\ 1862 17-18 

P. quinquenodM, n.8., White, 1862 18-19 

Diehoerinus, Munster 19 

D. angwtus, n.s., White, 1862 19 

D. craaHtestus, n.s.. White, 1862 19-20 

PerUremit£a,Ssky .-. 20 

P.tirius, n.s., White, 1862, llg.3, p.20 20-21 

0€ut4ropoda, 

PoreeUia, JAxei\\€ 21 

P.oHiquinoda, n. 8., White, 1862 21 

£«Uerop^on, Montfort 21 

B.panneus, n.s., White, 1862 21 

B. acriptiferua, n.s., White, 1862 21-22 

Euomphalut, Sowerby 22 

.B.ro6«rt»,n.s., White, 1862 22 

Ptoropodo. 

Oonuiaria, Miller 22 

O.ftyNtf, n.8., White, 1862 22 

Coieta, n.8.,Ynilte, 1862 »^ 

Braehiopoda. 

i2AyneA<m«aa, Fischer 1 23 

B.eaput4MtudinU, n. a., White, 1862 S 

B.oUumiipa, n. s.. White, 1862 * 23-34 

i^r</(W, Sowerby 24 

8. glam-eercuui, n. s.. White, 1862 24 

Observations on the genus iS^iiVrntia, d'Orbigny 24-35 

*^cA«^vor, a dart; xpivor, a lily. 



WRITIN08 OP C. A. WHITE. 119 

Pige. 

AlM6taEta,n.B.,Wbite,18e2 25 

{^fftte^Dftlmm 96 

a«MrvaM#a(a,n.a..Whito,lM2 26-96 

Amboetriia, Bai\ 96 

A. (Spir^erf) minuta, u. »,,Whitt,lWi 96 

MMm6oiMmi. g., White. 1872 27 

^.]»rMna,ii.s., Wliite,lM2,flga.l 4&tp.27 27-28 

Bstxin, King, Aetmbana, White 28 

&(^Mm5oiiaf)aleiroffrit, 11.8m White, 1862 28 

8tr€]^torkynehus, King 26 

AlMif^n. a.. White, 1862 28-20 

Pro duebu , Sowerby 20 

P. v<iii<iialkt,ii.e.. White, 1862 20 

OJUmIm. FiMher 20 

a j f n i wO ato, n. e.. White, 1862 20 

(Van^Betcin* 20 

a «ft«Uoii».ii.e.. White, 1862 »^ 

a r9(Mi(a,n.»., White, 1862 80 

INf0iiMi.LamHok 80 

l>.eiipa0,iLe., White, 1862 80 

Lfmgmtm^Bngaihf 80 

2^ AalK,n.t.. White, 1862 80 

^vianlofMeem, HoCoy 81 

Xpmi&Mt<ic«,n. 8.. White, 1862 81 

OardiomafphOt de Koninck, OnrdtcptJi, Meek A Worthen 81 

a(Ov(lic]Pfifl)jMrviro«trit,n.8.,White,1862 81 

OMvOiflsDefrMioe 81 

O.««r^oia»n.»., White, 1862 81 



ZtpkrmUi$,BtJtiitmiW9tC\ima6, 81 

JL«n^»Cioa.B. 8., White. 1862 81-82 

JL9telM,B.8nWhit^l862 82 

a ^rimQopor m ^Qoiaiam 82 

AAar*^n.8.,Whitekl862 82 

Btrimtopmr%IUa 82 

A <i «0 u ni' fai »iL8n White, 1862 82 

WwOlfcrmf 8»<Mto, n. 8^ While, 1862 88 



Whitx, C. a. FoBtal hjdiooepluiliia. <C]iieago Medical JonnuJ, yoL zxii, pp. 55-57. 
Chioago, 1865. 

A xepoii of aa obstetrieal esse in whieh the oUld'e omiiom wee too much enlaiged to peas 
through the pelrie aveh, aad the sanan wae dmwa off hj aa opantfam in fUtro, 



Whitb, C. a. Cerebro-spiiud meningitio. <Chieago Medical Journal, yoL xxii, pp. 
589-632. Chicago, 1865. 

A report of e auooaaaftil oe8e,iB idilektheappUoettoiiofdiyheeitetheextremitiea waae 
leeding fJBetnre of the troatnaept. 



Whub, C. a. The Soils of Iowa and their origin. <Beport of the Secretary of the 
Iowa State Agricnltoral Society for the year 1865. pp. 245-S67. Dee Moinee, 1866. 

A popular leotore, delirered before the Society September 20, 1866. Some of the Tiewa ex- 
praaaaA in the lecture here since been much modified by the snthor. 

*iX9i * point; ifi^ktr, nmbo. 



120 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NA'nONAL MUSEUM. 



White, C. A. Obseryations on the genus Belemnocrinus. •^Proo. Boston 800. Nat 
Hist, vol. X, p. 1«0. Boston, 1866. 

Thin note is merely a reoUflcation of the generic foimnla of Bdmnnoerinui •• it wMorigfanUy 
pablished in volnme ix. 

9. 

WmTB, C. A. First Annual Report of Progress, of Charles A. White, State Geologist 
pp. l-A, Des Moines, 1867. 

Probably not over fifty copies of ibis report were printed in its original form. It waa rapriated 
on pases 5 to 8 of the first and second annoal reports, Des Moines, 1888. See entiy UTo. 90. 

10. 

White, C. A. and St. John, O. H. Preliminary notioe of new genera and species of 
fossils. By C. A. White, M. D., State Geologist, and O. H. St. John, AaslBtant 
[pp. 1-3.] Iowa City, May 8, 1867. 

This small pablioation of only fifty copies was made by the Iowa State Geological Surrey. Four 
species are described. The genns MukeUa proposed, Oryptacanihia suggested; andthewhols, 
together with other matter, wsa republished in Vol. I, Transactions of the Chicago Academy 
of Sciences. See entry No. 15. 
Protozoa, 

AmphitUgina, White &. St. John, 1887. 
Moautea. 

Aulotttgei ipondjfi/^ormU, n. s., White d& St. John, 1887. 
WaiOhrimia eompaeta, n. s., White &. St. John. 1887. 
Btyriekta lUKqftuitor, n. s., White Si St. John, 1887. 
Beifriehia Kthqfaetor var. vOaUt, White Si St John, 1887. 
MeOMa, n. g., White & St. John, 1887. 

11. 

White, C. A. Observations upon the Drift phenomenaof Southwestern Iowa. ^Amer. 

Jour. Sci., 2d ser., vol. xliii, pp. 301-305. New Haven, 1867. 
Bjiiite. New Haven, 1867. 8vo., pp. 301-305. Twenty-five separates printed withont 

covers, title-page, or ropaging. 

Mentions the occurrence of glacial stris upon rocks in aitu, 

12. 

WuiTB, C. A. A Sketch of the Geology of Southwestern Iowa. <Araer. Jour. Sci., 

M ser., vol. zliv, pp. 23-31. New Haven, 1867. 
Same. New Haven, 1867. 8to, pp. 23-31. Twenty-five separates printed withont 

title-page, covers, or repaging. 

It is shown that the limestones of the region discussed belong to the upper and not to tlie 
lower Carboniferous series, as had been supposed by some previous authors. 

♦13. 

Write, C. A. Drift phenomena in Southwestern Iowa. K^kmet. Jour. Soi., 2d ser., 
vol. xliv, p. 119. New Haven, 1867. 

• This is an additional note to the article of the preceding entry, which was inadvertently 
omitted by the printer. 

14. 

WilJTB, C. A. Exogenous leaves in the Cretaceous rocks uf Iowa. <^Anier. Jour. 
Sci., 2d ser., vol. xliv, p. 119. New Haven, 1867. 

A note announcing tho discovery of exogenous leaves, and showing that the ** Nishnabolany 
sandstone " is identical with the Dakota group. 



W&ITINGS OF C. A. WHITE AND O. H. ST. JOHN. 121 

15. 

Whitk, C. a., and St. John, O. H. Descriptions of new Snbcarboniferons and Coal- 
Measure Fossils, collected upon the Geological Survey of Iowa, together with- 
DOtice of new generic characters observed in two species of Brachiopods. <Trans. 
Chicago Acad. Soi., vol. i, pp. 115-127, figs. 1-12. Chicago, 1867. 

8une. Chicago, 1867. pp. 115-127. Fifty separate printed without title-page, 
covers, or repaging. 

FoorteeD species are deseribed, four of which were previously described in the paper, entry 
No. 10. The Konns Tomoe^roi is proposed, and the previously soggested genera MttkMa and 
OryptaamUtia are proposed and illustrated. 

Fntotoa. 
FUffpL 

Cyaihopk^mdtB, 

iUopAyUttm. Edwards d&Haime 115 

A.rudii, n. s., White & St John, 1M7 11M16 

AmpUxuM, Sowerby 110 

A.fragUu, n.B.,Whit« A 8t John, 1M7 110 

Ormaidsa, 

^ydrsinoenma, De Koninok U7 

^.vemteotM, n.s., Whitest St oohn, 1867, fig. 1, p. 117 117-118 

Bn^iopoda. 

OrmnHdee, 

(Vonia, BeUins '. 118 

a modefto, n. s., White d& St John. 1887 118 

Produetida. 

^ulofffeTM. Helmersen 118 

A. tpondyliformU, n. s., White d& St John. 1867, flg. 2, p. 118 118 

Ttrebr^taUdte. 

Waldheimia. King 118 

TT.f eon^ooto, Wblte^tSt John,1867, flg.8,p. 118 118 

JTMitsRa, Whiter St John, 1867 ^ 120 

jr. gjriaioeotlata. White A. St John, figs. I and ft, p. 120, fig. 0, p. 121 120-122 

Pmnidm, 

Pinna^ linmsns 122 

P.AIiiKdMaiMi,n.8.,White4&StJohn,1867,fig.7,a&,p.l22 128-128 



O^rtoUUt, Coniad .«^ - 128 

atpaiiafHa,n.s..White4&StJohn,1867.fig.8,p.l23 123 

Oepkaiopoda, 
VmUiHd^p. 

jrottfOMf di9»«tM.n.s.,White&St John,1867,flg.8,p.l24 124 

NavtOui iOrypUKtroM) tpringeri, n. s., White A St John, 1867, fig. 10, p. 124 124, 126 



dfpridinidai. 

Bfgrichia, McCoy 125 

B,p€ififaeior,jLB.tWhilbtAStJolai,lWl 125 

B, p€tri/aeU>r v«r. veloto, White & St John, 1867 188 

B./cBloidea.JLB., White 4& St John, 1867, fig. 11, a b, p. 126 «. 126,127 

O^pridm. 

Oyther^ Mueller '. — ,.- 127 

a«iinptaB.n.8^White&St John,1867 127 

16. 

Whttk, C. A. Character of the Uncooformability of the Iowa Coal-measures npon 
the Older Bocks. <Am. Jour. 8ci., 2d sen, vol. xlv, pp. 331-334. New Haven, 
1988. 

Bwne. New Haven, 18)^, 8vo., pp. 331-334. Twenty-five separates printed withont 
title-page, covers, or repagiug. 



122 buujEhn no. 3o, united states national museum. 

17. 

Write, C. A. Ou Coal in Nebraska, with reference to a paragraph in the Geological 
Report of Dr. Hayden. <Am. Jour. 8ci., 2d ser., vol. xlv., pp. 399-400. New 
Haven, 1868. 

The pamcraph roferred to is on page 125 of the report of the Commlsskmer of tba Geoin] 
Land Office for the year 1867. 

18. 

White, C. A. Note on the shell- structure of certain Naiades. <Am. Jour. Sol., 2d 
wjr., vol. xlv, pp. 400-401. New Haven, 1868. 

The outer priamatio layer of the aboU ia noticed aa a fiunlly character, not ae a new diacoT 
ery, as was anppoaed by Meek. 

19. 

WttiTE, C. A. Note on "Cone-in-cone." <Am. Jour. Sci., 2d ser., vol. xlv, pp. 401- 
40--J. New Haven, 1868. 

20. 

White, C. A. First and Second Annual Report of Progress by the State GeologiBt, 
aind the Assistant and Chemist ; on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa; 
together with the substance of Popular Letters contributed to the Newspapers oi 
the State during the years 1866 and 1867, in accordance with law ; also extracte 
originally contributed to Scientific Journals as a part of the work of the Survey, 
pp. ]>284. Des Moines, 1868. 

The brief first annual report (Entry No. 9) ia reprinted in thia volume, upon pages &-& 

21. 

White, C. A. Likes of Iowa, Past and Present. <American Naturalist, voL ii, pp. 

143-1&5. Salem, 1868. 
H^nie. Salem, 1868, pp. 143-155. Thirty separates printed without title-page, ooyerB, 

or repaging. 

The Drift lakes, indndlng the so-called walled lakea, are described, and the origin of ttu 
** walls " explained. Also the Bluff deposit of the Missouri Biver valley ia shown to be tbt 
deposit of an ancient lake. 

22. 

WiKTE, C. A. The Iowa Drift. <Ameri can Naturalist, vol. ii, pp. 615-616. Salem, 



The derivation of the drift material from the underlying rocks, by their diwintegratiop •« 
comminution, is shown. , 

23. 

WtrtTE, C. A. A trip to the Great Red Pipestone Quarry. < American Naturalist 

vol. ii, pp. 644-653. Salem, 1869. 
I*lume^. Salem, 1869, 8vo., pp. 644-653. Thirty separates printed withont title-pa^ 

t' overs, or repaging. 

The quarry, the region, and the formation which containa the pipestone, are described. 

24. 

Wjute, C. a. Are Unios sensitive to light? <;Am. Jour. Sci., 2d ser., vol. xlvii 
f>p. 280-281. New Haven, 1H69. 

An experini<^nt is described, showing that the sensitiveness which Unios nuu&ifeet when thi 
sun*s rays am suddcoljv intercepted by an opaque body, is due to an interruption of li^tr^ya 
an4jc^j(ie^tray«, 



WRITINGS OP C. A. WHITE 123 



25. 

WmTB, C. A. Annoanoement of the Existence of Cretaoeons Hocks in Onthrie 
County, Iowa <Proc. Amer. Ass. Adv. Sci., 17th Meeting. Chicago, 1868, vol. 
xvii, pp. 325-32?. Cambridge, 1869. 

26. 

Whitb, C. a. Observation on the Red Qaartzite Bowlders of Western Iowa; and 
their original ledges of Red Quartztte in Iowa, Dakota, |nd Minnesota. <Proo, 
Amer. Ass. Adv. Sci., 17th Meeting. Chicago, 1868, vol.xvii, pp. 340-342. Caro^ 
bridge, 1869. 

Same. Cambridge, 1869, pp. 340-342. Thirty separates printed withoqt title page, 

covers, orvepaging. 

27. J 

Whitb, C. A. Report on the Geological Sarvey of the State of Iowa, ta the Thir- 
teenth General Assembly, January, 1870, Containing results of Examinations 
and Observations made within the years 1866, 1867, 186^, and 1869. By Charles 
A. White, M. D., Geological Corps ; Charles A. White, State Geologist ; Orestes H. 
St John, Assistant ; Rush Emery, Chemist. Vols. I and II. Des Moines, 1870. 

COirrEHTS OF VOLUME I. 

Page. 

iBtrodiictlon, indnding popnlar dxpUnation of geological sattfects 7-27 

Part Fini: Phyaioal Geography and Sarfkce Geology ; Fonr plates and two mapa . . 2S-166 

Chapter I. Sor&oefeatiirea 28-81 

Ckaptor II. Sorfaoe deposits 82-121 

CkavterUL Soils, dec 122-138 

Chay»ter IV. Climate (by T. S. Parvin) 139-164 

BaiiSlecond: General Geology ; Three plates and three sections 1S5-294 

"Chapter I. Azoic, Lower Silurian, Upper Silurian, and Devonian systems 107-188 

XSmithia [PaOiyphyttum] woodmarU [n. s., White, 1870] is described on p. 188.) 

Chapter II. Carboniferous system 180-280 

Chapter m. Carboniferoos system continued 231-203 

Chapter IV. Carboniferous system concluded 204-284 

Chapter V. Cretaceous system 285-294 

Pait Third: Connty and Regional Geology 295-381 

Chapter I. Geology of Southwestern Iowa ; and one section 290-381 

Glossary . 888-380 

Index 887-391 

cbimKTB OF 70LUMB U. 

ftitPint: County and Regional Geology 1-274 

Chapter I. Geology of the Middle Region of Western Iowa and other counties 

(by O. H. St John) : with one plate and one section 1-200 

Chapter II. Northwestern Iowa ; OnepLkte 201-232 

Chapter III. Middle Region of Northern Iowa 283-263 

Chapter IV. Geology of the Coal counticH ; One plate 254-274 

Part Second: Mineralogy, Lithology, and Chemistry 275-402 

Chapter I. Peat and Petroleum ; One plate 275-292 

Chapter II. G.vpsura and other snlpbates of the Alkaline Earths 298-300 

Chapter HI. Bnildiui; materials, metals, and miscellaneous substances 807-342 

Chapter IV. Chemist's Report (by Rush Emery). 

Section I. Rockn and minerals 845-854 

Section II. Waters 354-857 

Section m. Coids 357-397 

Section IV. Peats 397-402 

Appendices : 

Appendix A. Elevation in foet of points along the lines of Iowa railroads, both 
completed and i»roject<^ (by the chief engineers of the roApective 

"•ads 405-418 

Appendix B. Cntalojjue of th«' BiuU of Iowa (by J. A, Alien) 419-427 

Appendix C. Govoiiinient Sui-veyH of tho Public Lands (by C. W. Iiisb) 428-430 

One Geological map uf the State, colored. 



IM BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

28. 

"White, C. a. Natural Science in our Common Schools. <Iowa SchoolJoamal, toL 
xii, pp. 1-4. Dea Moines, 1870. 

Methods of interesting school children in natoral history are suggested. 

29. 

WlilTE, C. A. KJ(£kkenm(Bdding8 in Iowa. <American Naturalist, vol. ill, pp. 54- 
f^, Salem, 1870. * 

This is the first public announcement of the fiMSt that the shell-heaps of the western riTen 
are true l^aokkennMBddings. 

30. 

White, C. A. Lilies of the Rooks. ^American Naturalist, yoI. iii, pp. 553-654. Sa- 
lem, 1870. 

A review of part of an article by Gr. Hinrichs, in the August No., toL ill, of the Natoralist, 
entitled "Lilies of the Fields, of the Rocks, and the Clouds." This note is signed "Zoologi 
ous," 

31. 

White, C. A. Prairie Fires. <[Amerioan Naturalist, vol. v, pp. 68>70. Salem, 1871. 
An incident of personal experience related. 

32. 

White, C. A. Alhino Flowers. < American Naturalist, vol. v, pp. 161-162. Salem, 

1871. 

It is observed that a certain duster of the common field clover produced white flowers one 
year, and those of the ordinary red color the next. Also, that a specimen of white lAatria was 
observed, the latter being deemed important because the rose-red color is common to the whole 
genus. 

33. 

Wiu'iE, C. A. [Remarks on the *^ Geological History of the Gulf of Mexico " by 
Frof. E.W. Hilgard.] < American Naturalist, vol. v, pp. 519-520. Salem, 1871. 

These remarks were made before the American Association for the Advancemei^ of Sci- 
ence, at the 20th (Indianapolis) meetiiig, 1871, with refert'nce to the paper above cited. 

34. 

WtilTK, C. A. [Remarks on the homologii^s of the Carpal and Tarsal bones in Birds.] 
<] American Naturalist, vol. v, p. 525. Salom, 1871. 

These remarks were made before the American Association for the Advancement of Sci- 
ence, 20th meeting (Indianapolis), with reference to a paper read by E S. Morse, "On the 
Carpal and Tarsal bones of Birds.*' 

35. 

White, C. A. Mammoth Cave. -^University Reporter, [a college paper of the Iowa 
State University.] 4to. Vol. iv, pp. 81-83. Iowa City, 1672. 

An account of a visit to Mammoth Cave. Kentucky, in company with the American Aaso- 
elation for the Advancement of Science. 

36 

White, C. A. Manual of Physical Geography and Institutions of the State of Iowa. 
4to. pp. 1-85, pis. i-iii and figs. Davenport, 1873. 

This book was prepared for use in the schools of the State. It embraces an account of the 
history, constitution, iind school laws of the State ; its educational, chaiitable, and ^>eual in- 
stitutions, laud surveys, elections, taxes. Sec. In 1883 an edition was issued purporting to be 
the 15th and also to be revised, but it has never been revised by the author since the first 
edition. 



WftltlNGS Ofr C A WtotE l26 

37. 

WHiTEy C. A. Woodpeckers Tapping Sugar Trees. <[ American Nataralist, vol. yii, 
p. 496. Salem, 1873. 

Woodpeoken were observed to peek holes in the b«rk of young Mid sound sagsr msples. 
evidently to get the sap. 

3a 

Whttb, C. a. ^OBkkenmoBddings de TAm^riqae dn nord. <Congr^ International 
d'Anthropologte et d'Arch^dlogie. Pr^bistoriqnes ; Compte rendu de la cinqai- 
^e session k Bologne, 1871. pp. 379-389. Bologna (Italy), 1873. 
Same. Bologna (Italy), 1873. 8vo, pp. 15. Thirty separates printed with title-page 
andrepaging. 

This p^ter embnoes a general reyiew of the subject of shell heaps in North Amerios as 
known ap to that date. 

39. 

White, C. A. On Spontaneous fission f in Zaphreutis. <[Amer. Jonr. Sc., 3d ser., 
vol. v., p. 72. New Haven, 1873. 

A specimen of Zaphr*nti9 apinul\f0ra. Hall is desoribed, which seemed to be a esse of sponta- 
neons fission. The author now thinks it probable that it was the result of a twin polyp, or 
thiU the fission took plaee at a very early stage in the formation of the ooraUite 

40. 

Whitb, C. a. On the Eastern Limit of Cretaceous Deposits in Iowa. <Proc. Amer. 
Ass. Adv. ScL 1 21st meeting (Dnbnqne), 1872, vol. xzi, pp. 187-193. Cambridge, 
1873. 
Same. Cambridge, 1873. 8vo. pp. 187-192. Fifty separates printed without title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

The discovery is announced of Cretaceons fossils in the drift or glacier-disturbed Cretaceous 
depodts in Howard, Black Hawk, and Johnson Counties, Iowa; showing that the Cretaceous 
deposits once extended as ttkt eastward as Sastt^m Iowa and Southeastern Minuosota. 

41. 

Whttb, C. a. The proposed genus Anomalodonta of Miller identical with the earlier 
Mefaptera of Meek. <Auier. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. viii, pp. 218-219. New 
Haven, 1874. 

Meek*s daim to priority is defended against that of Miller. The note bears only the initials 
of the aathor, '' C. A. W." 

42. 

Whits, C. A. Artificial Shell-heaps of Fresh-water Mollnsks. <Proc. Amer. Ass. 

Adv. Sci, 22d meeting, Portland, 1873, pp. 13^-137. Salem, 1874. 
Ssme. Salem, 1874. 8vo. pp. 133-137. Fifty separates priuted without title-page, 

covers, or repaging. 

It is herein shown that the fresh-water molluaks were extensively used as food by the ab- 
original inhabltaats. 

43. 

Whitb, C. A. Preliminary Report npon Invertebrate Fossils collected by the Expe- 
ditions of 1871, 1872, and 1873, with Descriptions of New Species. <^£ngineer 
Department, U. S. Army. Geographical and Geological Explorations and Suryevs 
west of the 100th meridian. First Lieut. George M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, 
in charge, pp. 1-27. Washington, 1874. 

Thirty-nine species are described as new, and five others are noticed. They are all rede- 
sCtibed and figured in parti, toI. It, Report upon Oeographioaland'Geolo/iirical Explorations and 
terreys Went of the 100th Meridian. See entry No. 48 Anehura nuptialis ia a Cretaceous spe- 
cies, sod herein wrongly referred to the Jurassic. 



126 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL BfUSEUM. 

LOWEB SJLUBIAK 

PBIKOBDXAL FBBIOD. 

Planim. 

Oruxiana, d'Orbigny S 

a linnarfoni, n. •., White, 1874 S 

a ruitUa, n. n., White, 1874 M 

AnimaMa, 

Braehiopoda. 

J.0rotrato, Kntorf^a 8 

\i.? iubndua, n. »., White, 1874 4 

TVwnatw, Sharpe •••... 6 

21 jMmmiluf, n. b., White, 1874 4 

Pteropoda. 

HyolUhes, mchw&ld 4 

J7. |>rimordia2i«, Hall t 4 

Orustacea. 

AgnoHut, Brongniart 7 

A, inierstrieta, n. a., White, 1874 7 

(Wen«tti«, Hall 7 

O. (;i»«r«t, Meek MSS „ 7-8 

CL iwmwtti, Meek MS8 8 

CANADLAir PBBIOD. 

Hydnaoa. 

Phylloffraptut.'HAn 

P.loringi, d. »., White, 1874 » 

BraehiApoda. 

Aerotreta, Kutorga 9 

A.pyteidioula, n.s.. White, 1874 » 

Xrtn^ttZo, Braguidro 8 

i. f manttcuto, n. 8., White, 1874 WO 

8tr<^homena, RafiDesque 10 

8,/onHnali9, n.'s.. White, 1874 10 

Qtuteropoda. 

BeUerophon, Montfort ^ 10 

B. otfeporicu*, iL 8, White, 1874 10 

O^halopoda. 

Orthoeerat, Breynios ^ 10 

O. colon, n. 8., White, 1874 10-11 

Oruttaeea. 

LeperdUia, Ronaalt 11 

LMvia, n. 8., White, 1874 U 

MeffoUupiM, Angelin 11 

if.6ei«mm*ra#,n. 8.,White,1874 U-12 

DieeUoeeptuiUu, Owen 12 

2>./ayrieacM2u«, XL 8., White, 1874 12 

TBBMTON PBBIOD. 

Hydrozoa. 

OraptolUhut, LinnaBus 12 

O. (Diplograptut) Aypn^/brmi*, n. 8., White,1874 12-18 

O. qua{r)drimueronatus, Hall! 13 

a. (Olimaeograptusf) ramtUus, n. 8., White, 1874 18 

Bhyndumella, Fischer 14 

B. argenturbiea, n. a., White, 1874 U 

CABBONIFBROUS. 

8UBCABB0NIFEB0DB PERIOD. 

Polypi. 

FavoHtea, iMtnarck II 

J*. wW^/Wdi, WhRo & Whitfleld MSS ...: M 

BUutoidea. 

aranatoerinus, Troost U 

G. lofo6Za*(u«, n. 8., White, 1874 1! 



WBITIKGS OF C. A. WHITE. 127 

FkU^erimmg, Hfflflr 15 

PUU^cHnuM, IWWto,l«74 1»-1« 

Ac ti nocH mu *, Millar 1« 

^. •iafieitt.XLS., White, 1874 1« 

Bratkiopoda. 

Sfirigtra, d'Orbigny 10 

A «iMti0oIa. n. a.. White, 1874 1« 

CABBOMOrBBOnB FIBIOD. 

ArdUBoeidarU,McCoy 17 

^CnMi^«r.ii.s., White. 1874 17-18 

Gkmeonom€,QijidfaM 18 

0.fMrei(ii«,iLe., White, 1874 18-18 

Ptoiipora, McCoy - 18 

P. ««rrt^ttte,n.»., White. 1874 18 

Braekiopoda. 

Ohonetu, FUeLee ....^ 18 

Cplo^nota, !!.■., White, 1874 18 

JSkyneAofMOo, Fi«cher 18 

JL«aM<dbenm,D.t., White, 1874 18-20 

E. twrtoffiw. n. 1., White, 1874 20 

8pir\fer,Sowwhj 20 

A (JTarttnia) pta^M* rar. eonfraefm Meek 4t Worthen 20-21 

apwSftrinm, d'Orhignj 21 

& fpinofa, Korwood 4t Pratten, Tar. MHNpMerif, White, 1874 , 21 

I>Ma«ma,KiDg 21 

i>. f 5o9idMW, Morton, ap 21 

AvieuhpeeUn, iicCoj 21 

^.«or«ya«a,iL a., White, 1874 21-22 

JfMiopteria, Meek ft Worthen 22 

Jr. Marion, n. a., White, 1874 22 

0«uUropoda. 

Jr«m)db«aM;Phinipa 22 

Jr.aii^iai/era,n.8..White,1874 22-28 

DantoUvm, LiuuBoa 28 

• 2>.«MMMi,ii. a., White. 1874 28 

MSSOZOIC. 

JURAanO PBBIOD. 

OaiRptofMetot, Agaaaia 23 

C.f^9Mi«,iL a.. White, 1874 28 

Oaitervpoda. 

JfdrilMia, Lamarck 24 

jr.^Aaa0ol(iri«,iL a.. White, 1874 24 

^iMJkttra, Conrad 24 

-l.fMif»tfa«i»,n.a.,White,1874 24 

OlOTACBOUB FIBIOD. 

Oonek^mu. 

Pdma, linsmia 24 

P.jM(riiia,n. a.. White, 1874 24-25 

OampioneeUt, AgnmAz 28 

ai)tetewa,n.a., White, 1874 25 

JnoMranMtf , Sowerby 25 

i:diiiiMiitt«,n. a., White, 1874 ^ 26-26 

Xeiq>at*«, Meek 28 

Sabgenna PkOoii^a, Meek 28 

L.(PMomya)«iMeK<,n. a.. White, 1874 ., 28 

Qatttropoda, 

Ctaariop*, Goqnand - 27 

awM$bMi,n.a.,White.l874 27 



l2S BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STAtES NATIONAL MUSfetit. 



Wbttk, C. a. On the Eqaivalency of the Ooal-MeasiiTeB of the United States and 
Europe. < Proc. Amer. Ass. Adv. Sci., 23d Meeting (Hartford), 1874, pp. B, 35-38. 
Salem, 1875. 

Same. Salem, 1875. dvo, pp. 35-38. Thirty separates printed withoat title-page, 
covers, or repaging. 

An afflrmative opinion is expressed. 

45. 

White, C. A. The Great Western Exploring Parties and their Progress. ^ Boston 
Daily Advertiser (newspaper), vol. 126, No. 91. Boston, October 15, 1875. 

This is the first of a series of three articles written from the field. This one was written 
fhnn Sonthem Wyoming, describing the country, and mentioning Powell't plan for having 
the arid region surveyed into irregular-shaped ranches, and not by the rectangular metliod in 
use in the humid regions. 

46. 

White, C. A. The Far West. < Boston Daily Advertiser (nevv^spaper), voL 126, 
No. 108. Boston, November 4, 1875. 

The second of a series of articles written from the field. This one is from Korthem Utah, 
describing the vegetable products of that region. 

47. 

White, C. A. The Far West. < Boston Daily Advertiser (newspaper), vol. 126, 
No. 115. Boston, November 12, 1875. 

The third and last of a series of three articles written fh>m the field. Tliis was written 
fh>m Northern Utah, describing the animals of that region. 

4a 

Whttk, C. a. Report npon the Invertebrate Fossils collected in portions of Nevada, 
Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona, by Parties of the Expeditions of 1871, 
1872, 1873, and 1874. <^ Report upon Geographical and Gleological Explorations 
and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian, in charge of First Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, 
Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army. 4to. vol. iv. part i. Paleontology, pp. 1-219, 
pis. i-xxi. Washington, 1875. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1875. 4to, pp. 219, and 21 plates of 
illustrations. Two hundred and fifty separates printed and bound in paper 
covers, and 30 copies printed and bound separately in boards for the author, with 
a different imprint upon the back. 

This report comprises descriptions and illustrations of fossils and some general observatiooa 
npon the periods which they represent. One hnndred and seventy-five species are described 
and illastrMted, from the Primordial, Silurian, Cnrboniferous, Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Ter- 
tiary rocks, the minority of which were formerly known. A few, however, are herein d»> 
scribed for the first time, but the new forms of these collections were mostly described in the 
preliminary report (Entry No. 43). The genus lAspodesthes is here proposed. 

LOWER SILTJBIAN AGE. 

PKIMOKDTAL FRRIOD. 

FlantcB. 
Cryptogamia* 
TKaUogenet. 

Orwziana, d'Orbigny, 1842 82 

a limiarMOTii, White, 1874, pi. i,*flgs. 2 a-« 82-33, 

ani#tiai,White,1874,pLi,flgs.la,6 



WBITIKGS OF C. A. WHITIS. 129 



^oro<r»Ca,Kiitorg%1848 84 

^.fMM*Mi» White, 1874, pLLfigi. 8 «^ 84-86 

IWiiMfit,Slttrpe,1847 86 

3'.pMMMiluf,Wliite,1874,pLi,flgB.4aaDd6 86-87 

•Oisftervpoda. 

HyoKfJUt,SiohwiJd,1840 87 

H.prim9raiM9f HiOlf 1861, pi. i, figs. 5 «-« ^ 87-88 

^^iMfdu, BroognSari, 1821 • 88 

J..inter«trie<Mf, WUte.1874, pL U, figs. 5 a and > 88-40 

amoeprrpA«,CoTdA,1847 40 

8abgeniuPfye*0]Mirta,CoTdft,1847 40 

a(P^dUi!fNirto)iiiH^Heel[.1870,plli.flgi.Sa^.... 40-48 

Am^Mwim, Meek, 1878 a 

^.wJUelerC, Meek, 1872, pi. ii,flgs.l«-/ 48-44 

OI«MBii«,Hall,1861 „ 44 

0.pabM«.H6ek, H88..1874,pI.ii,flgi.8cHf 44-46 

0.*MP«iU,Meek,MSS.,1874,pLU,flgB.4aa]id6 47-48 

FiK^ia,Wlilte,1875,pl.i,ilg«.6^aaiMi6 » 40 

CAVADIAS PUOD. 

SMxopoda, 

JSeecpCoMiliCet, Deflranoe, 1827 II 

R§eepiaeuUtm (t) H 

flydrowo. 

PAyOoy^fqrtiu, Han. 1858 61 

P.lor<ii^Wlilte,1874,pLiU,flga.laaadl , 61-flS 

Braekiapoda. 

XJn^iito, BrogoldTe, 1780 , OS 

£.fnMifilieiaa,Wblte,1874,pLiii,flgB.2aa]id6 68-68 

^m>ff«fa, Katorica, 1848 68 

l.pysidiaiIa,White,1874.pl.ili,flga.8aand» 68-M 

AropAamma, Raflneeque, 1827 54 

i9./ofi«fMa<t, White. 1874. pLUI,flga. 4 O-0 04-66 

Or(A<t.Dal]Dan.l828 , 68 

O. elaeero. BilUiigs (?) 66 

Qoittropoda. 

JMIfropAon,Hoiitfort. 1808 66 

B.aflepori«if. White. 1874. pl.iii,llga.O»-fl ^ 56-66 

Oepkdlopoda. 

Or<Aoe«^. Breynioa. 1782 x 66 

Sobjreniui OomoroeerM, Conrad, 1842 66 

0.(Camaroe<r«u)eolon. White, 1874, pi ill, fl0L 6 o-d 66-67 

• (V^oeerM, GoldfoM, 1883 67 

a (f). White, 1875 67-68 

Onutaem. 

X«p«r(filia.Boiiaalt,1861 66 

L.W»ia,White,1874,pliil.flga.7«-d 68-50 

MtgtAupU, AngfXtn^ldSi 60 

Jr. 60l«mii«rM, White, 1874, pL ill. fig. 6»40 

JHeeOoesphatugt Owen, 1852 60 

J>. f/o^rieattdut. White, 1874, pI.iii,flgB. 8 a and 6 60-41 

TRIHTOM PUIOD. 

HydrottM. 

Oraploltlikitf, Linnena, 1786 62 

Sahgeaoa ClMiiaco^raptef, Hall, 1865 62 

e. iOUmaeograpiM) romulut, Whiit,l&l4, ill ir,1igfLd a-e 68-68 

Snbgenna Dipfo^^rapfut, M'Coy, 1850 68 

a(i)<|»Iorvip(itf)ft^|m^orma,White,1874,pLiT,iifab4aaBd6 68-04 

0.lDiptograptu$)priati$,BaXi{h, 1847,pLiT,fig8.8aaDd& 66 

agiiadr<iiMi«f09ia(ii«,Hall(T).1965,pLiv,flga.laand6 65-66 



Jr«nli0M24pora,d'OrhigDy,185O 08 

jr.da^.E4waitl8&Haime,1851,pLiv,flg.5 66-07 

120L-BalL 30 ^9 



130 BULLETIN NO. JM), UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

JVivoWtet, Lamarck, 1816 •. 67 

F. (f) White, 1875 87 

Faviiteaa,BaXi,im «; 

F.iteUata, Had, 1847, pL iv. figa. 6 o-c «7-« 

Zaphrentit, Baflnesque et Clifford, 1820 68 

Z. (?), White, 1876 68 

JSrachiopoda. 

Strophomena, Bafinesqne, 1827 60 

iSf.;«ae»to, Hall.l847,pLiv,flg.8 (».70 

Leptcma, Dalman, 1828 70 

L. aericea. Sowerby (?), pi. iv, fig. 7 70 

Orthit, Dalman, 1828 70 

O. oeddemdUi, Hall, 1847, pL iv, figs. 2 a and 6 70-71 

O. tettudvnaria, Dalman (T) 7J 

O.iJlieateWa, Hall (I), 1847, pLiv, figs. 10 ohI 72-74 

O. hiforata, Schlotheim, var. lynx., White, 1876, pL iv, figs. • and b 74-7S 

Bhynthondta, Fiacher,1808 75 

£. anrmlurMea, White, 1874, pL iv, flga. 12 a-« 76-76 

Oonekifera. 

Modiolopaii, Ban, 1847 7e 

M. (t), White, 1875 78 

QoHtropoda. 

JTaduTM, Le Snetu, 1818 71 

M, (I), White, 1876 77 

Aip*i*eoma, Hall, 1847 77 

JB.Iro«*iwtt#, Meek, 1870, pLiv,flge. 13 a-« 77-78 

CABBONIFEBOUS AGS. 

BUSCAKBONIFBROUB PBBIOD. 

Aetituaoa. 

lVi«o«{tef, Lamarck, 1816 79 

J'.d<Mii0f0n«, Whiter Whitfield, 1862, pi. V, fig. 4 79-« 

Syringopora, Goldfaas, 1826 80 

iSf. A«r»«y<, White (f) 80 

SahinoderfntUa. 

Oranatoerinua, TToo«t,1850 80 

(?. Ioto6lMfu«,White,1874,plY,figa.8aand6 80-«l 

Fiatyerinut, Mlller,1821 *.,.. 81 

P. (f), White, 1876, pLv, fig. 2 81-82 

AeOnoetinut, MiUer,182l 82 

J.. riafi«i#. White, 1874, pLv, fig. 1 82-83 

Braehiopoda. 

Produetus, Sowerby.1812 83 

P. parma, M.&W., 1866, pLv, figs. 6 a and & 83-84 

StrophovMna, Bafinesqne, 1827 85 

A r*om&owi<rii», Wilckins, sp., 1767, pL V, fig. 5 85-86 

Spirifer, Sowerby, 1815 86 

iSf. Mntronoiia, Winchell, 1865, pi. V, figs. 8 o-e 88-87 

S.itriatui, Martin, sp., pL ▼, fig. 10 a 88 

i9. ea;tentta(if«. Hall, 1858, pi. Y, figs. o-d 88-90 

Subgenns Ifor^nia, MoCoy,1844 90 

S, (Iforlinia) i>0eiJiaW«, Shumard, 1865, pL V, figs. 7 a and b 90-81 

Spirigerek, d'Orblgny, 1847 91 

5. montfooto, White, 1874, pLv, figs. 11 o-d 91-02 

A o&ma«<ma, MoCbesney, 1860, pi. V, fig. 12 92-83 

Ttffv&mtuki, Llwhyd, 1688 98 

SnbgeuuB Ditflawna, £ing,1869 93 

T. (DiOaima) bufUngtonmtit, White, 19(10 88 

{hnehifera. 

Oonoeardium, Blown, 18S5 94 

a (f). White, 1875 94 

iSitiieropoda. 

Euomphiolut, Sowerby,1816 94 

£. {tioTttf, n.s.,Whlte,1875,pLv.fig8.13aand6 



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WRITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 131 

Pige. 

CARBONIFKBOUB VBIUOD. 

FroUaoa. 
Rhigopoda. 

IWu&na, Fischer, 1887 06 

^.^ylindriM, Finober. 1837, pLvl,flgB.O a and » M-06 

C»«e«<«, Flacher, 1837 86 

O. mOUpwraeeui, Troost^ sp., 1849 f, pL vi, fig. 2 a S8-M 

SkamU(pora,Ueek,lfFn » 

Ji.lQ»idod«ndroi<lM, Meek, 1872, pi Yi, figs. 5 a-d M-lOO 

Sifri»gopora, GoldftiM, 1826 100 

A flMiitalteniuua, McCheeney (!) 100-101 

2apilbw»<iff, Baflnesqne d; Clifford 101 

Z. «ic«»lru», Meek, 1872, pi. vi, fig. 8 a 101 

Lophopkyttum, "Edynads &. Baime, 1850 101 

JL prolifervm, McCbeeDey. sp., var. MOuHdem, White, 1875, pL vl, flga. 4 «-4t . . . 101-108 

Litkottrotitm, Fleming, 1828 108 

i;.«»A»m«y<, Meek. 1875, pLvi, fig* l»-« lOB 

ArduBocidarU, McCoy, 19U 104 

J..omaluf, Newberry, 1861, pLvl.llg. 7 104 

A. tnMl<^0r. White, 1874, pL ▼!, flgs. 8 a and 6 104-106 

6>IaM0<mof}i«. Goldftiss, 1826 106 

e. iwreidfe. White, 1874, pL vli, flga. 6 «-# lOfr-107 

fl^iio«totfta,King,184» 107 

i9. MMnoiif, Swallow, 1858, pLrii, figs. 8 O-0 107-108 

Pol^/pora, McCoy, 1844 108 

P.aCr«v«2ai Whlte,1874,pLyli,flgB.4aaiid» 108-100 

Braekiopoda. 

Produetui, Sowerhy,1812 100 

P.<»rtahi#,Sowerhy(l), 1827,pl.Tiii,flg8.2a-<l 100-111 

P. MmiretieufottM, Martin, sp., 1809, plTlii, flga. la-« 111-118 

P.j»ra(tenianu«, Norwood, 1854, pLvii, flga. la-« 118-114 

P. jmn«to*ut, Martin, ap., 1809, pi. vii, flga. 2 a-e 114-116 

P. «M6ra«etfn«w, Owen, 1852, pL viii, fliga. 3 o-d 116-117 

P. longitpmut, Sowerby, 1814,pLTiii,flga.6a-d 118-119 

P. mttriMttw, Norwood & Pratten, 1854, pi. viii, flga. 4 a-« 120 

P. fiM>x<«mia, Shumard (!), 1868, pL viii, flga. 6 a-« 120-121 

O^ofMtet. Fischer, 1837 121 

ai»J(rtyfioto, White, 1874, pLix, flga. 6 «-# 121-122 

0. in^onuJi/'ara, Owen, 1855, pi. ix, flga. 8 a-« 122-123 

(7. f»e«o(o6a, Norwood St Pratten, 1854, pL ix, flg. 7 a 123 

Hemipronitet, Pander, 1830 124 

£r. erinwtria,Phillipa,8p.,pLx,flg.0a 124-126 

OrtMs, Dalman. 1828 125 

O.pteoHi, Marcou, 1858, pL ix, flga.5a-« 126-126 

MeehtUa, White & St. John, 1867 126 

M.$triatoeo8tata, Cox, sp., 1857, pi. ix, flg8.4 o-a 126-128 

BkynehondUda. 

RkifnehonOla, Fiacher, 1809 128 

U. tHo, Maroon, sp., 1858, pi. ix, flga. 2 «-« 128-120 

B. metaiUea, White, 1874, pi. x, flga. lOa-d 120-180 

M. wuatehmtu, White, 1874, pi. ix, flga. 3a-d 180-181 

B, roekymontana, Maroon, 1858, pi. ix, flgs. 1 o-d 181-182 

Spbifer, Sowerby, 1815 ! 182 

Acameratut, Morton, 1836, pi x, flga. la-d 182-184 

5. «fria<««, Martin, sp 184 

A rodfcymontoniM, Marcon, 1858, pi. xi, flga. 9 o-d 184-185 

Sabgenna JTarfinia, McCoy, 1844 185 

k 8, {MarHnia) planoeonvexuM, Shnmard, 1855, pi. x, flga.3a-e 185-186 

8. {MarHnia) glaber rar. eontraeta, Moek & Worthen, 1866, pL x, figs. 2 a-e. 186-188 

8pir\ftri7ta, d'Orbigny, 1847 188 

&t«i«u«*«wi». Shumard, 1855, pLx, flg«.4a-« 138-189 

5. octopeiooeo, Sowerby, 1827, pi. X, flga. 8 a-c 189-140 

Jietna, King. 1850 141 

£. mormon^ Maroon, 1858, pi. x, flg8.7a-« 141 



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132 BULLETIN NO 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

1^ 

Spirigera^d'Orhignj, 1847 141 

A#u*«aito, HaU, 1862,pLx, figa.«a-« 141-148 

S.pUmontleaia, Phillips, sp. 1836, pLx, flg8.5a-d 14ft-144 

TerebratuUdtr^ 

Terebratula Uhwyd, lOM 144 

Subgenns DietewMi, King, 1859 ♦ 144 

T. (Dielatma) hovident, Uonon, 1836, pL xi, figs. 10 0-0 144-146 

JioUuica vera. 
Chmehifera. 
Monomyaria. 
PeeHnidce, 

Avieulopeeten, McCoy, 1852 146 

A.oeeidmtalit.Bhnmtad, 1855, pL xii, figs. 8 a and 6 146-147 

A. eoreyanua, White, 1874, pLxi, flgs-laandd 147-148 

^.mccoyt, M.&H., 1864, pLxi, flg.2a 149 

^. interKneotut, M.&W., 1860, pLxi, fig. 8 a 140-160 

Piimute. 

Pinna, LinnaDus, 1758 151 

P.peraeuta, Shunuutl (t), pi. xi, fig. 5 a 151 

Pt0riidcB, 

Jfonopterio, M. A W., 1866 151 

Jf.tiiarian, White, 1874, pLxi, figs. 4 a-« 151-152 

MyaUna, de KoniDck, lUi IBJ 

MydUnaO), White, 1875 151 

Jf.f awattovi, McChesney, pL xi, flg.8a ', 152 

B«fov«aia. King, 1848 161 

B.parva, H.&H., 1858, pL xi, figs. 7 a and 6 151 

Dymyaria. 
IHffonidcg. 

8ehizodu$, King, ISH 164 

i9.i0A«0{er<, Swallow, 1862, pi. xl, figs. 6 a and 6 154 

XBorima, King, 1850 155 

A.mbeuneaia, Tar.H.&H., pLxii, figs.7aand6 ^ 155 

Gatttropoda, 
Protopoe^hakL 
Sol«no€M%eKa. 
DmUaUda. 

2>0fito2<um, LinnsBQs, 1740 156 

i>. «anwa, White, 1874, pi. xii, figs. 6 a and 6 156 

Diceea, 
RhipkidogloMia, 
IHeranobranehia. 
BetUrophonHdts, 

BeUerophon, Montfort, 1808 167 

JB.cra«nit,M.&W., I860, pLxii, fig. 1« ^ 157 

PodopJUhakna, 
EuomphaUda. 

Ewmphalut, Sowerby, 1815 ^ 158 

j;.|)«modo«u«, H-d^W., 1870,pLxii, flg8.2aandft 158 

PgeUnibranehiata. 

TcnUogloiia. 

NaUeidcB, 

JVa«cop#f», McCoy, 1844 k IM 

J^.ikii«i,M.&W.,1866,pLxii, flgB.4oand6 ^ IM 

OapffUda. 

Ptotyoero*, Conrad, 1840 ^ 156 

P. tM5nMMnM, Meek, 1872, pL xii, figs. 5 a-d ^ 169-160 

Maeroeh^Oida. 

jracro«*«tftt«. Phillips, 1841 ^ 16J 

M,anguHferui, White, 1874, pLxU, flgs.8»-/l «. _ y 160-161 

Cephalopoda. 
Teira,branehiata. 
OoniatUid4B. 

(Toniatitef, do Haan, 1825 ^ 161 

NautUidoB. 
ifautaut, Breynias, 1732 ,^.....^ ^.. W 



WRITINQ8 or C. A. WHITE. 133 

Pagtt. 
MB80Z0IC AOB. 

JUKABBIO FIBIOD. 

Orinoidta. 
Peniaerimidm. 

i'imteeriiMM. Millar, 1821 Itt 

P. MteriMia. 1L&H.,186«. ^xiil, fl«a.6a,6 Ifll-lO 



JfdMMmyoria. 

OrfTM, LimuBii*, 1758 161 

ajfri^ai0«la,iL«.,Wliit0,1876,pLziii,fl«a.t«-< Itt-IM 

PtBlteute. 

Cbmf>lofMC(M,Heek(AgMaU),1804 164 

aj^W<«it,Whlte,1874.pLxill,flg^2»-« 164-166 

a MKffHofM. H^& H 166 

PUnkUB. 

Inot e r mmmg , Sowerby, 1814 166 

I. MtiMalatM, n. ft., White, 1875, pLziii, flgik4(K0 166 

ZNmyori*. 
Trig^mUdm. 
M^opkoriOy Brown, 1806. 

M. MnMKiMOto, iLft., White, 1875, pixiii, flgB.5«aad6 166-167 

Xirigonia, BmipiiAre, 1789 167 

T. (f), White. 1875 167 

0€uUropoda, 
Dimcm. 
BkSphidogUua. 
Podopk t katm a * 
KtHUdrn. 

Ntrmrna, Lamarok, 1800 « , 167 

ir.;|»*M0otarit, White, 1874, pLziii,ilgft.la^ 167-166 

OBRACIOUB PBUOD. 



Braeklcpoda, 

lAngyMda, 

lAngvia^ Brngni^ 179S 166 

L, t^bipatuJUaa^ H.&M., 1856, pLxr, flg.4a 166 

Oondiifera. 
Monomyaria, 



OiCrMS,Liiin»oft,l[7]58 176 

O.^orfiOB, Cennid, 1857, pLxr, flgft.2a-« 170 

0.pfMtoUia,iLS.,White,1875, pLxir, flg8.2A-d 171 

OrnlpAaa, Lamarok, 1861 ^ 171 

CF.pOoMri, tm. Morton, pL xrii, flgs. 1 o^ 171-171 

.Bxoffyro, Sfty, 1810 172 

B. jKmdtfrofO, Boemer, 1862, pL xiv, flgt. 1 a-0 172-178 

^.tev<iwet»fa,B<Bmer.l852,pl.xTii,flg8.2a-tf 178-174 

^.cotfolo, 8*7, Tar.;CMmina. White, 1875, pLzTii^ilgt. 8 •-< 174-175 

PtrHnidif. 

Oamptonectet,yLetik (AgMiis), 1864 176 

aplateM,White,1874.pLzTii.flg.5a 176 

lima, Bragoi^re, 1701 176 

X. waeoMuif, BcBmer, 1862, pL xrii, flgft. 4 o-f 176-177 

Inoeeromtif, Sowerby, 1814 177 

/. proMemotioii*, Soblotheim sp., 1820, pL XTi« flg. 8 a 177-178 

l/ragaU,EanSt Meek, 1856, pL xy, fig. 8 a 178 



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134 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 

I./laocidua,n. 8., White, 1875, pL xvi, flga. 1 aandb 178-179 

J. d<A>rmw, Meek, 1872, pL XV, flga 1 a and 6 179-190 

J. 6araWnt,Mortoii,1834,pLxvi,flg.4a 180-181 

J. dimidiu*. White, 1874, pL xvi, flgs. 2 flMi 181-182 

PinnidcB. 

Finna, Lixmssas, 1758 •. 182 

P. |>«<rina. White, 1874, pLxiii, figs. 7 a and 6 182-188 

Djftnyaria. 

Arcidm. 

JdoYuaroa, Conrad, 1862 181 

J. depreasa, n.B., White, 1875, pL xviiL figs. 13 a and b 189-184 

LtuinidcB. 

Jyueifia^ Brugoi^re, 1792 184 

X. ftt6ttmlato,HaU&Meek,1856,pLxTia,flg.l2a 184 

6lo*§ida. 

FanwKo, 8toUc«8ka, 1870 185 

F. jroniopAoro, Meek, 1875 185 

MaetridoB, 

Jfoetro, LinnsoB 185 

jr. /ineompta,n. a., White, 1875, pL xvii, flg. 6 a and d 185 

Anatinida. 

Z«i«lpi«tAa, Meek, 1864 188 

Sabgenua Pttfomye, Meek, MSS.,1874 186 

L. (PfOomya) mMibi, White, 1874, pi. xvUi, flga. 14 flMi 186-187 

Subgenus O^/hmUo, Meek, 1864 187 

L,(OyfneUa)undaUi,'hLSL H., ap., 1856, pL xviii, flg. 15 a 187 

Oofbtdidoi. 

Oor^K^ Brugaidre. 1792 188 

O. fMffiatopAora, Meek, 1872, pi. xvli, flga. 7 o-e 188-189 

QatttropodA, 
JHaea. 
BhipMdoglotta. 

NeriHdcB.. 

iTerttMk^ Lamarck, 1809 189 

Subgenus (F«iateMa)Mee'k, 1872 189 

N. (VetotoOa) earditoiilet. Meek, 1872, pLxvUi,flg8. 7 a-« 189-190 

Peetinibranchiata, 
Tcmioglotta, 

Aporrhaidce. 

AhMmto, Ck)nrad, 1860 190 

il.f/M*<A>rmM, Meek, MSS.,1874, pi xvlli,flg. 4 o 190-191 

*I^od«»(A«*,n.g., White, 1875 191 

L.nt^tiaJUt, White, 1874, pi. xviii. flgs. 3 a and 6 192 

X. Kn^^era, n.s.. White, 1875, pLxviii, flg8.2aand6 192-193 

TeetundtB. 

Anitomyon, U. & H.,1860 193 

A. doreoiw, Morton, ap.. 1842, pi. xviii, flga. 9 a and b 193-194 

A. emtroZtf, Meek, 1870, pi. xviii, flga. 8aand6 194-105 

TurriteUidce. 

2V<rnt«aa, Lamarck, 1801 195 

T.uvasana, Conrad, 1856, pi. xviii, flga. 11 a and 6 195 

Ckutiope, Coqnand, 1865 196 

O.whU/isldi, White, 1874, pi. xviii, flg. 1 a 196 

EvZimeUa, FotYhm, 1846 197 

.B./u«*cuto, Meek, 1872, pL xviii, flg. 6a 197 

PyramidsUidcB. 

2H«r5<mifla, Leach, 1825 197 

Snbgenua Cliemnitzia, Conrad, 1860 197 

T. {Oh^mnitzia) melanoptis, Conrad? pi. xviii, flg. 10a 197-196 

TooBogloua. 

AdmetidcB. 

.Idwwte, Moller, 1842 198 

Subgenus ildm«<opm, Meek, 1872 198 

A . {Admetoptig) grfgaria. Meek, 1872, pi. xviii, figs. 5 a and h 198-199 



* Atoirof, smooth, and c<r9i}f , a garment. 



WBITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 185 

Fftgtb 



JBMMittM, Lunitfvk, 1801 190 

B. •folM, Say. pi. zix, ilgt. 4 o^ aoi 6a-0 lOO-MO 

Somjfkitidm 

ifet9MCM,ParldiM0ii.l811 200 

&MrrMii.lL&H., 1800.pLxix,flg.ta 900-201 

Ammomtidm. 

AmmoniUt, Bragoi^ 1780 201 

A. UB9imm$, n. •.. White, 1875. pL xlz, flfs. 1 •and 6 201-201 

A. ^laemto, DeKay. Tar. intorootorif H. ft H 202 

Bwkkmrat, Hyatt. 1876 202 

B, iwm Uo vi, Shnmard. 1800. pL zz. ilga. la-e 202-208 

TmrrHUidm. ^ 

flitt0O0«w. d*Orbigny, 1842 208 

R,pvHmm, n. a.. White. 187ft, pL zlx. ilga. 2«-< 208-204 



Tm 
TMctkL 
8tfrmH4t9. 

Af^pvte. Linnmia. 1758 206 

8. i$tirim, n. a., White, 1876, pL xr. flg.5a 205 

CXKOZOIO AGS. 
TntnABT PBUOO. 

JToOmm. 

IH wy ar i e. 
Jfnionidcg, 

l^Mo. Betsiiia. 1788 200 

IT. vaeuihtf. Heek, 1800. pL zzi. flga. 12 o-tf 200-207 

(Vrwui, Lamarck. 1818 207 

Snhgenua FtflofOifia, Heek. 1872 207 

a (VdoriUma) durk$H. Meek. 1870, pL zxi. flga. 18 aandd 207-208 

SpkoBriwm, Soepoli. 1777 208 

S^^kmrimm (!), White, 1876 208 

€mitenp9dM. 
ISdmom^§ra. 
Bottmmatophoni, 

Ummai4a, 

Pl«iiorM».Goetterd. 1750 200 

P.«ta*eiwif.Heek. 1800,pLzzi.ikg.8a 200 

Planorbit (f), White. 1876 - 210 

Pk^tidm, 

P*yfa,I>rapaniaiid,1801 210 

P. ftH49«rMwi«.Heekll872. pL zzi. fig. 2« 210 

P. pferomotif. n. a., White. 1876. pL xzi. flga. laandb 211 

EMeidm, 

A«KcB, LiniMBiia. 1768 2U 

A.Mdy<.H. ftM..186«.pl.zzi.ilg8.8a-e 2U 






6oiiio6(Mi«, Lea, 1802 212 

0. towwloarinato. M. & H.. 1857. pL xxi. flga. 10 a and 6 212 

e. tmtra. Hall. ap.. 1845. pL zzi. flga. U o-e 212-213 

e.acOrai^fWM. M. ftH., 1850.pLzzi,flga.0aH! 218-214 

yie^aridcK. 

FMpartM. Montfort, 1810 214 

F.CrodK^ormit, M.ftH.. 1868, pi. zzi.flgs.4aH! 214 

F.lrodKrormte.yar. White, 1876. pL zxl. flga. 6 a and 6 214-215 



136 BULLETIN NO. 90, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

V.iomcu»,ik. ft., White, 1875. pi. xxi, figs. 6 a and b ^ 215 

Viv^arui (/), White, 1875. pi. xxi, figs. 7 a and 6 215 

ArtiettlatOn 
OruHaeea. 
OUrmcoda. 
OypridinidcB. 

Ci^pm, Miiller, 1785 216 

Oyprit </>, White, 1875 216 

49. 

WniTB, C. A. luvertebrate Paleontology of the Plateaa Proyinoe, together with 
Botice of a few spebies from localities beyond its limits in Colorado. ^United 
States Geological and Oeographical Survey of the Territories: Report on the 
Geology of the Uintah Mountains. By J. W. Powell. 4to, pp. 74-136. Washing- 
tOQ, 1876. 
Same. Washington, 1876. 4to,pp. 74-135. Fifty separates printed without title* 
piige, covers, or repaging. 

This memoir embraces some general geologioAl discuMioDi^ catalognea of foaails, tnd de- 
■criptioiie of 48 new species. 

In enbaea^ent works the author has referred to the Laramie group some of the fbssili heieio 
Bssij^ed, respeoUTdy, to the Cretaceous and Tertiary. Most of the species hare since been 
illustrated by the author in various works. 
General observations, pp. 75-87. 

Catalogue of the fossils collected by the various parties in the field during the years 1868 to 
1875, inclusive, pp. 88-107. 

Descriptions of new species of Invertebrate fossils firom strata of the Carbonifenras, Jnrsssic, 
Cretaceous, and Tertiary Periods, pp. 107-185. 

CABBONirSBOUS FBBIOD. 

S adiaia. 
Aetinnxoa, Pegs. 

ilmpIsxiM, Sowerby 107 

^.fopArsfrt^Awmif.n.s., White, 1876 107-108 

Sehinod^rmata, 

Supaehyerinui,'M..StW 108 

jB.pteeyfta#w,n.s., White, 1876 108 

Arehaoeidaritt "ilcCoy 100 

A. cra«*,n.s., White, 1876 100 

Mofhuea, 
OatUropoda. 

NaUcopnt, McCoy 108 

♦ K.rmMX, n.s., White. 1876 109 

JUKAflSlO PBBIOn. 

MoOmecL 

Unio, Retains Uf 

IT. «toioardi, n. a., White, 1876 llf 

Qitalervpoda. 

NtritSnOt Lamarck lU 

^\/;lHwetti,n.s., White, 1876 UO-IU 

CBXTACBOUS FBBIOD. 
JToOiHea. 

Oitrea^ Linnieus Ill 

Subgenus J-Ieetfifonfo, Fischer 11! 

O. (Aleetryonia) §annumit, n. s., White, 1876 U 

0.tfWMttra,n.s., White, 1876 112-11; 

PUeatuia, Lamarck U] 

P.hydroHuea, n.s.. White, 1876 lU 

InoceramuM, Sowerby li; 

J.j7i»«rti, n.s.,Whlte, 1876 11»-U^ 

I.howeUi, n.s., White, 1876 Ui-UJ 

Atfieula, Klein 11! 

4.;Hir*aiHi*,n.s.,White,l«76...r.f.,.-rf.,....,,,r.--p r- r»r»P lU 






WRITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 187 

Arem,JAMaima» 116 

iL.f00al9aiMMif.iLt.. White, 1876 115.116 

ITmo, Betstns « 116 

IT. poiiMmoCii«,n.«.. White. 1876 116-U7 

(Vrma, LaniMok 117 

Sabgeniu F«Iortt»fMi. Meek : 117 

a (7MorilMia)«r«0latiL«.. White. 1876 U7 

IWYMM^Gftbb 117 

r.j|i(ft«MkI«iM.n.«.. White. 1876 U7-U8 

QatUropoda, « ' 

iikylopAoni«.Meek ^ 118 

R, mtekii, n. •., White. 1876 ^ U8-U0 

PlMM»r6i«. Oaetterd 119 

Snbgnnu BsAyompAoliii, AgMgis 110 

P. (BMJ^ofNfyAalM) tefM^MUw, n. •.. White, 1876 UO 

PftyM. DnimxnMid 118 

P. teiM»MW<«, n. •.. White. 1876 119 

flMis. Linnens 120 

fl. famabmm, n. •.. White. 1876 120 

Anekwra, Caund 120 

A. rwida, D. ft., White. 1876 120-121 

A.|MnoteMate.iLS..White.l876 121-122 

LmuUia,Qnj 182 

Ir. «tfiA«fWu, n. ft.. White, 1876 122 

6oiuo6am,Le» 122 

6.ol0&unil,n.ft.,White,1876 ^. 122-128 

tf. dkry«Wd«», n. »., White, 1876 128 

7ivifNini«, Hontfort 128 

r.jMfi9«Mt-«AaMW,B. ft.. White, 1876 128-124 

Odonlo6am, Heek 124 

0.6iiceMMidM.n. ft., White. 1876 124 

Tumunr mioa 
JfoBmoB 

I'iMO.Beteiiift 126 

U. iMfriniM, n. ft.. White, 1876 125 

17. propJktffintf, o. s.. White, 1876 ; 125-126 

IT. 5raMyopiftikiM. 11.8., White, 1876 126 

U^shothonentit^n. •., White, 1876 126-127 

a»rMeiaa,Hilhlfeldt 127 

0.powdU,n. 8.. Wliito, 1876 127-128 

Pttidittm. Pfeiffor 128 

P. M^inatuiM, o. ft., White. 1876 128 

IfModMma, Deshftyes 128 

jr.&U)U»pi,n. ft.. White. 1876 128 

Opvfriite. BrogniAre 129 

0. ntdttful^era. n. A., White. 1876 129 

Ou§li ropoflfl . 

Ai0eiM«a, Dmpanuind 129 

8. jMpiBiipira. n. ft., White. 1876 129^180 

H«tis. liniuraft .' 130 

ff. Wporio. n. ft., White. 1876 180 

H.pmpft«ria^ii. ft., White. 1876 130 

Pi^a, LMBftrck 180 

P. ineoteto, D. ft., Wliito, 1876 130-181 

P. ar«fi«2a. n. ft , White, 1876 181 

iTerilJiia, Lamarck 181 

2r. ffolvOiiiMta, n. ft.. White. 1876 131 

Jfeteiiia. Lamarck 181 

jr. lorvnda, n. ft.. White, 1876 131-182 

HydroMa, Hartmann 132 

S. fftete. n. ft.. White. 1876 182 

ff. utaAmKf, n. ft., White, 1876 182-183 

TMpwmf,Mo9ttor% , , 183 



138 BULLETIN NO. 80, UDITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM, 

Pace. 

F. p{<«^pr»MiM, n. «., White, 1876 US 

L^ioplax, Troaehel 138 

i;.;«um«ddML ft., White, 1876 m-134 

l\Uotoma^ Haldemaa Ui 

T. eftomfMoni, n. 8.. White, 1876 134 

PiWru*, Montfort 184 

P. «Km«rtteM«,iLB., White, 1876 184-186 

50. 

White, C. A. In Memoriam: Fieldiog Bradford Meek. <Am. Jour. Sol., 3d Ber., 
vol. xiii, pp. ied-171. New Haven, 1877. 

Same. New Haven , 1877. 8vo, 3 pages. One hundred separatee printed with half- 
title and repaging. 

A brief sketob of the life and labors of the paleontologist, Mr. Meek. 

51. 

WnrTG, C. A Deeoriptions of new species of fossils from the Paleozoic rocks of Iowa. 

<l»roc. Acad. Nat. Soi. Phila., for 1876, vol. xxviii, pp. 27-34. Philadelphia, 18n. 
Sa^irt, Philadelphia, 1876. 8vo., pp. 27-34. Fifty separates printed without tiUe- 

]iage, covers, or repaging. 

Thirteen species are described as new, and the genos StroHtoeygtitet is proposed. 



Aetinozoa. Page. 

(MaMm, Fischer 27 

O. muioaHnentis, n. s., White, 1877 27 

MonHcuHpora, d'Orbigny 27 

M. montieula, n. s.. White, 1877 27 

LophophyUum, £. d^H., 1877 27 

L. expangum, n. s., White, 1877 27-28 

Echinwlermata, 

«ro6aocjf*ta«, n.g., White, 1877. 28 

£r. arfwni, n. s., Whir e, 1877 28-29 

Megistoerinui, Owen 22 

If. /am#wortfc»,n.s.. White, 1877 2»^ 

JfoSiMca. 

Briuhiopoda. 

5trie«andintA, Billings 80 

8. eatUOana^Ti. s., Wtite. 1877 80 

Chnehifera. 

ParaeycUu, Hall 'a 

P.«a«m,n.s., White, 1877 81 

iiOorifma, King 81 

A. marionengit, n. s., White, 1877 81-82 

Chuteropoda. 

JMUrt^hon, Montfori) 82 

B. bowmani^Jk. s., Whlte,1877 82 

BtiMnphalut, Sowerby 82 

jB. tpringvalarms, n. s., White, 1877 82-83 

Pteropoda. 

OomUariii, Miller 88 

O. molarii, n. s.. White, 1877 88 

Cephalopoda. 

Oyrtoeeras, Ooldfnss 88 

O. dictyum, n. s., White, 1877 i 89-34 

ArHeukUa. 

Yermei. 

Tentactdites, SchXoiiieim 84 

T. hoyH, n. s.. White. 1877 84 



WBITINGS OP C. A. WHITE. 139 



52. 

WBin, C. A. Pftleontological papers, No. 1 : Descriptions of UnioDidie and Physids, 
. eolleeted by ProC E. D. Cope, from the Judith River Gronp of Montana, daring 
the summer of 1876. <Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Geog. Sarv. of the Terr., vol. 
iii, art. xx, pp. 599-002. Washington, 1877. 
8sme. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877. 8vo, pp. .'S99-602. Two hon- 
died sep^^tes printed (author's edition) without repagiog, but with title-page, 
snd in paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers Nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5. 
Six spedes are desoribod as new. This is the first of a series of short unillostrated articles 
whioh reached eleven in nnmbor, and then ceased with the snspension of tb^ sorrey in oharxe 
of Dr. Hayden. This form of title has not since been used by the author. 

Page. 

Jfm&nida, 

Vnio priaunus, n. B., White, 18T7 5M^-S0O 

Umo ctyptorkynehut, n. ^, White, 1877 600 

ViUomneetus,n. s. White, 18n 000-SOl 

Anodonta proptUorit, n. s., White, 1877 801 

Hkysidtv. 

BuKmrniotavut^n. a^ White, 1877 801-602 

PAyM M!P«<, n. s., White, 1877 602 

Whitx, C. a. Paleontological Papers No. 2: Descriptions of new species of Uniones, 
snd a new genns of fresh- water Gasteropoda from the Tertiary strata of Wyoming 
and Utah. ^Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr., vol. iii, art. xxi, 
pp. 603-606. Washington, 1877. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877. Bvo, pp. 60a-606. Two hun- 
dred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title-page, 
sod in pai>er covers, together with Paleontological Papers Nos. 1, 3, 4, and 5. 

Four species are described as new, two preoccupied names changed, and the genus Oattio- 
jmBo proposed. 

Page. 

Catoitute. 

lm<oproavaM.n.s., White, 1877 608-«)4 

r. iMiiMviamtf, n. s., White, 1877 604 

r. MdlieM, n- ••. White, 1877 604-605 

r.eaven, |n. s.,1 White, 1877 605 

tr.meeti, [n. s.,1 White, 1877 805 

r. »Mndtf«, n. s.. White, 1877 605-606 

(kHphtuUdm, 

CsMutpsOo, n. g., White, 1877 606 

54. 

Whir, C. A. Paleontological Papers No. 3 : Catalogue of the Invertebrate Fossils, 
hitherto published from the fresh- and brackish water deposits of the western por- 
tion of North America. <Bullotin U. 8. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr., vol. 
iii, art. xxii, pp. 607-614. Washington, 1877. 

Ssac Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877. 8vo, pp. 607-614. Two bun- 
dred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title-page, 
md in paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers Nos. 1, 2, 4, and 5. 

This psper contains a list of the fossil non-marine invertebrate forms at that time known. 
They hare since been much increased. (S«h) entry No. 115.) 

The uithor has somewhat modified certain views expressed in thiH paper. Those later views 
ttepnbliabed in entry No. 115. 



140 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



55. 

White, C. A. Paleontological Papers No. 4 : Comparison of the North American 
Mesozoic and Cenozoic Unionid» and associated moUnsks with living speciM. 
<Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Qeog. Surv. of the Terr., vol. iii, art. xxiii, pp. 615-634. 
Washington, 1877. 

Same. Washington : Oovemment Printing Office, 187^. Svo, pp. 615-624. Two hun- 
dred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title-page, 
and in paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 5. 

The leUtions of the living XTnionee of the MJasissippi Biver vyBiem with the foasii foims 
from weetem N<»th America are pointed oat. 

56. 

White, C. A. Paleontological Papers No. 5 : Remarks on the Paleontological char 
acteristics of the Cenozoic and Mesozoic groups as developed in the Green Bivei 
region. <Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr., vol. iii, art. xriv, 
pp. 625-629. Washington, 1877. 

8aine. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877. 6vo, pp. 685-629. Two hmi- 
dred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title-page, 
and in paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. 

i^ame. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1878. 8 vo, pp. 721-724. Two hun- 
dred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title-page] 
and in paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers No. 6. 

57. 

White, C. A. Circulation of the Blood, subjectively seen. -^Am. Joum. of the Med 
Sci., vol. Ixziii, n. s., p. 279. Philadelphia, 1877. 

The uppenraooe of mnltitadee of rapidly moving oorpneclee to be obeerred when the ejei 
are shut, espeoially when there is more or lem cerebral excitement, the author oonoeiTee to 1m 
. dne to the impact of the blood oorpaaolee behind the layer of rods and oonee. 

58. 

WuiTK, C. A. Paleontological Papers No. 6 : Descriptions of new species of Iirver 
tebrate fossils from the Laramie Group. < Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Geog. Surv 
* of the Terr., vol. iv., art. xxviii, pp. 707-719. Washington, 1878. 

bailie. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1878. 8vo, pp. 707-719. Tw< 

hundred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title 

page, and in paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers No. 7. 

Nineteen species of moUnsks are described as new. 

P»ge 
Oonehifera. 

Fofaetto, SoopoU 701 

SuhfiexmB BraehydonUt, Swainson < 79, 

F. {Braehyd4miet) regularii, n. s., White, 1877 7<r7-70( 

V. {BraehydofUet)latieottata,n.B., White, im 701 

Nueuiana.ltiiklL 7« 

if. inelara, n. s., White, 1877 706-701 

Anodonta, Cuvier TW 

A, paraUOa, n.B„ White, 1877 70J 

Unio, Retsins 701 

U. gonxanibonatut, n.8., White, 1877 709^714 

r. oUrieAi, n. 8., White, 1877 710-71) 

ObrMeuto, Mergelo 711 

O.eUbumi. n. s., White, 1877 713 

0.<wrdinui/ormit, n.s., White, 1877 711-7K 

a o*«fa, n. s.. White, 1877 711-71: 



WRITINGS OF C A. WHIT£ AND H. A. NICHOLSON. 141 

Page. 

SitbgeaiM X«p<MC&M, Ke6k 718 

a [Leptnlhet) maerafi$tka,n.B,, WhUe, lfl77 71t 

AciOa, HaldenMm ! 714 

il.JkoWwumin.*., White, l«n 714 

PlfeyM,I>r»p«rMuid 714 

P./«Ks.iL8.,Wbite,1877 714 

Hdix, LfauMBOS 714 

^.«Mn«toiMiuif,iLS., White, 1877 714 

. NeriHna, Lamarok 715 

W.ntaigifbrmi$,iLB., White, 1877 715 

8abgeiiiisT«tete2ta.M6ek 715 

if. (F«tetoaa)5aplMa,iLa.,Whlte,1877 716-715 

OonSobarii, L^ 716 

0.MulIieM,n.8.,White,18n 715 

Tilv^|Mmc«, LamArck ! 715 

F.i»nMl«n(ia,D.s., White. 1877 , 715-717 

F.Amcn,n. 8., White, 1877 717-718 

OdMitoftwte , Meek 718 

0.f/9rm<»«a,iLS., White. 18n 71S-71» 

59.. 

WHm, C. A. Paleontologlea] Papers No. 7: On the distribntion of MoUoBcan spe- 
cies in the Laramie Groap. < Balletin U. 8. Geol. and Geog. Snnr. of the Terr. 
^ vol. iv, art. xxix, pp. 731-724. Washington, 1878. 

The unity of the Jndlth River, Fort Unioii, LignHio, Mid Bitter Creek eeriee, m the Laninte 
Qroop is ehown in thie p*per. 

60. 

WHrnEy C. A. Paleontologioal papers No. 8. Remarks npon the Laramie group. 

<6olletin U. S. Geol. and Geogr. Snry. of the Terr., vol. iy, art. xxxyi, pp. 865- 

876. Washington, 1878. 
Ssme. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1878. 8vo, pp. 86&-^6. Two 

handled separates printed (anther's edition), with title-page and paper oovers, 

but without repaging. 

The ehaneterietice of the gtoop and ite probable geologioal age are diacoieed. 

61. 

White, C. A., and NichoijSON, H. A. Bibliography of North Ameriean Inyertebrate 
Paleontology ; being a report upon the publications that have hitherto been made 
upon the iuFertebrate paleontology of North America, including the West Indies 
and Greenland. By C. A. White, M. D., Paleontologist of the United SUtes Geo- 
logical Survey, and H. Alley ne Nicholson, M. D., D. Sc., ProiiBasor at the Uni- 
versity of St. Andrews, Scotland. < Department of the Interior; United States 
Geological Survey of the Territories. Miscellaneous publications No. 10. Wash- 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1878. 8vo, 132 pp. 



Part I. Bmhracing titles and abatraete of pnblicationa made in the United Stetes. By C. A. 
White, M.D. pp. 7-50. 

Part tL Smbraeing titles and abstracte of pablicatione'made in Brltiah North America, in 
the West Indies, and Sorope. By H. Alleyne Nicholson, M. D., D. 8c, pp. 71-182. 

62. 

I WmrSy C. A. Change in the habits of Toads. <NatuTe. 4to, vol. zvii, p. 242. 
London and New York, 1878. 

Obserrations made in Colorado akmg irrigating ditehes show that the toads there have 
formed, or reverted to, the habit of diving to the bottom, when distarbed, and remaining 
there like froga. 



142 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL BfUSEUM. 

63. 

WHiTBy C. A. Note on the Re-establishment of Forests in Iowa, now in progreflB. 
<Amer. Jonr. Sci., 3(1 ser., vol. xvi, p. 328. New Haven, 1878. 

This note has reference to an article by Prof. Asa Gray in the same volume of tbe Jomnid 
entitled, Forestry and Archaeology. 

64. 

White, C. A. Report on the Geology of a portion of Northwestern Colorado. <Teiitl 
Annual Report U. 8. Geol. and Geogr. Surv. of the Terr, (for the year 1876) 
pp. 1-60. One map and one plate. Washington, 1678. 

The stmctnre of the eastern end of the Uinta Mountain range is shown, and its relation t 
the Park range of the Rocky Monntain s.vstom explained. The isolated up-thrust moantauD 
are described, and the tenn " partiversal," as applied to dips, is first uschI in this report. Th 
results of this work, as shown on the accompauyiug map, were subsequently incorporated i 
sheets iv and zi of the Atlas of Colorado and Portions of the Adjacent Territory, published i 
1877 by the same survey. 

65. 

Whitk, C. a. Note on the Garter Snake. <Amer. Naturalist, vol. xii, p. 53. Phili 
delphia, 1878. 

This note records a supposed instance of the swallowing of a quantity of air by a gai^ 
snake immediately before diving to the bottom of a pool of water. 

66. 

Wbitb, C. a. Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology, No. 1 : Cretaceous Fossi 
of the Western States and Territories. <^£leventh Annual Report U. S. Geo 
and Geogr. Surv. of the Terr, (for the year 1877), pp. 273-319, pis. i-x. Was) 
ington, 1879. 

Satwe. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879. 8vo, pp. 273-319, pis. i- 
Two hundred separates printed without repaging, but with title-page and pap 
covers. The title upon the title-page differs from that which heads the text 1 
the omission of the word *' Invertebrate." 

Fifty-six species are described and figured, a part of which are new, but most of which h 
been previously described by different authors, without illustrations. This series of "Coot 
bqtiona" was established for the purpose of illustrating species of fossils previously describt 
as well as new forms. They number eight in all, and that form of title has not been sub 
qnently used by the author in connection with his work for the United States Surresrs. 

Pai 
Badiata. 
AeHnaria, 
i I OaryophyUia, Lamarck. 

1, Ciokannii, n. s., White, 1879. pi. vi, figs. 6a, b 271-! 

O. tgeria^n. s., White, 1879, pL vi, figs, 7«, b : 

MoUutea, 

Otirsa, Linnieus ! 

O. quadriplieata, Shumard, 1800, pL v, fig. 6 a, pi. viii, figs. 3 o^ 6 375-: 

O. (AUetryonia) beUaplicata, Shumard, 1860, pi iv, figs. 3 a, 5, pL viii, figs. 2 a, & 276-! 

O. (AUetryonia) tannumw, White, 1876, pL ii, figs. 2 a-« 277-: 

Ba»ffyra,Say 

JB.»atteri,n.s.,White, 1879,pl.i,figs.la,6 

Ploeunopm, Morris & Lycett 

P.fcCttiardefwi#,n.s.,Whitc,1879,pl,vii,fig.l4o... T 27*- 

PUeatuki, Lamarck 

P. ^fdrofA«ca, White, 1876, pi. vi, figs. 3 a, 6 

Ptma, ScopoU 1 

P.pari»n*u, White, 1876, pLiii, fig. 3 a 279- 

Subgenus, Oaytornu, Meek 



WRITINGS OP C. A. WHITE. 143 

Page. 

i>.(aiytoma/)p«w<rod«r,MMk,1878,pL^flg.la 280-281 

Sabgenoa FMudopearo, Meek 281 

P.(PMudoptera)i>rop(«ttr«,Meek.l873,pLz,flg8.2a-« ^ 281-284 

inoeMnamitf, Sowerby '284 

/.AotptfOi. White, 187fi,pLiT,flgs.l«^ 284-285 

/.yitttrli, White, 187«,pl. Ill, flg8.1»-« 285 

/.•6toivu#,Meek.l871,pl.ii.flg^l«,6 285-286 

Bortecia, Ormy 286 

Aeoa2mttMM<«,White,1876,pLnflgB*2a.6 286-287 

OrcMMltfUo, Lamarck. 287 

a c ii aarr tf i K iiKt. a. e., White, 1879, pL ▼, flgi. 3 n^ 287-288 

SVnurMNa, Lyoett 288 

r.f«(siMmolic«,n.8^White,1878,pLY.flgs.2a-<i 288 

(Vreno, Lamarck 289 

a#«««^,Meek,1873,pLiaflg8.2»-o 289 

ai«/iaPfl,Meek.l871,pLx,iigfc7«,6 290 

a>rfricla.Bragiiitoe 290 

aiMnMitopAora.Meek,1873,pLiii,flgi.4a-tf 299-291 

Oanttiim, LioiMDoe 291 

a^aiip«rculum.Meek,1872,plix,flg.8« 291 

C.«riU,iL».,Whlte,ia79,pLv,flgfc4a.d 291-292 

Oterdium f. White, 1879, pL ix, figs. 2 *-e 292 

3y«!|MtiyB»lnmMt«N».Heek,1871,pl.x,flgs.ea,6 292-293 

IVapcfiMm f flMerofMmo, Heek, 1873, pL z. Jigs. 5 a 298 

SanKla«0yamiM9Muit,Meek, 187l,pLz,flgs.8a,6 293-294 

Bar(HiaMiMM<M.n*a-.White,1879, pLz,flgt.4«-4 294-295 

IfMtraf A4>tei«f<,Heek,1875,pLTi,flga.4aH! 296-297 

Jfoelra feaiUmffMiff, Meek, 1871, pLix, figs. U*^ 297-298 

Podkymym Sowerby 298 

P.4W«(»iMiwif.8hiuiiard,pLviii,flgi.la,»,aiidpLT,flg8.7a,6 298 

P.fAtfr«^iLB.,White,1879,pLY. flgi.5a,d 298-299 

(W |» ofaur i«, Lamarck 299 

CF.5«r(Jto«Mii,iLt.,White,1879,pLTl,flga.la,b 299-800 

PlorttpAolM, Conrad 800 

P. tpkm^dmuy White, 1876, pi, r, flgi. 1 #-4 800-802 

OMfiropoda. 

Poiivnit. Oabb •. 302 

P.|MfUMVulalM.ii.a.,White, 1879, pLiY,flgs.4 0,6.... 802-303 

iimtoinyon, M. & H 303 

A.Miilra(«,Meek,1872,pl.ix,flgB.la-tf 303-304 

Actmxm, Montfort 304 

.l.««>ort«^ii.i., White, 1879, pl.vii.flg^ 9»-0 804 

ilee«oftliia, d'Qrbigny .^ I — 305 

A. profloeA«aa,n.a.,White,1879,pLTll,flga.l0a»6 30^ 

lVir6ofiitta,BiMO 805 

T. (OftMiMitteia) eoaIoaien«<f,Meek,1873,pLiz,flga.5a»6 30&-306 

PAyfO, Drspamwid 306 

P.o«ri«C<mi,Meek,1873,pLTii,flg.l2a 306-807 

PftyM /.White, 1879, pL Til, fig. 13 a \ 807-308 

ififCeina, Lamarck 808 

jr.pimi»,Meek,1873,pLvii,llgi.lla-« 808 

JV.fii0Dfii9»Ca, White. 1876, pL Til, flgt. 6 »-« 308-309 

if. (F«lal0Ba)jMi<ettiA»rm<f.Meek,1873,pLTii,flgt.7«-(l 309 

Jf.<F«Ial0B0)jNUI#tt^of^avar.w«&MW«i«, White, 1879, pi Til, flgt. 8 a ai^ 309-310 

JItiflptra, Agaads 310 

^.«Mfo{B«fMi«,White,1876,pLiY.flgt.2aand& 310 

Andkiir*, Conrad 311 

il. *4iyd«»i,n.s., White, 1879, pi. vii, fig. la 8U-312 

A.(Dr0]MmodUaii«)rttida,White,1876,pLYii.flga,4a,b 312 

X(i>r«!p«fioeA«liM)m«49«atia,n.8.,White.l879,pLYii.flga.3 a,& 812-318 

il.(i>r9aiio«A«aftf)|m>todiato.White,1876,pLYii,flg.2a 818-314 

IVrritiOa, Lamarck ^ 814 

T.«ianM>dU,n.a.,White,1879,pLYii,flgi.5a,& •14-S15 

f.<Ml«ia«wi«, Meek, 1878, pLix,flg. 4 a 816-816 

Za««t;)iMieronMia,Meek,1878,pl.ix,flg.8a 816 



144 BULLETTO NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

EuHmeUa, Forhw til 

1?. ;/ttni<«iIa, Meek, 1873, pi. ix.flg. 10 a ««-in 

% IVtntf, Lamftrk 317 

F. (N^ptuneaf) gabbi,^eek,lB7B, p\ix,ng. 9 a 317 

Admttopfif, Heck 317 

A. rAomdoidM, Meek, 1873, pi. lx,flg«.« a, 6 817-IM 

il.«ift/«<A>rmw,Meek,1873,pLix,flg.7a 81MH 

67. 

White, C. A. Descriptions of new species of Invertebrate fossils from tlie Carboni 
feroQs and Upper Silurian rocks of Illinois and Indiana. < Proo. Acad. Nat. Scl, 
PUila., vol. XXX, pp. 29-:i7. Philadelphia, 1878. 

Same, 8 vo., pp. 2d-:)7. Philadelphia, 1878. Thirty separates printed without title 
page, covers, or repagiug. 

Nine species mn described as new. Fife 



Aetinozoa. 

Baryphyttum, Edwards AHaime 2 

B./Mtvw'ta.n.s., White, 1878 2»-3 

Behinodtrmata, 

Plo^erinia, Hiller ^ 9 

P.bonoenait, n. s., White, 1878 30-9 

Seaphioerinut, Hall S 

&^ifcfom,n.s., White, 1878 31-3 

A ^rl^ n. s., White, 1878 33-4 

Lepid$$thst,M.&,W J 

i. coBrtti, n. s.. White, 1878 :. 33-£ 

MoUutca. 

P€iyEO€k, 

Ptilodyefio, Lonsdale 3 

P. trianffuJUUa, n. s., White, 1878 1 

Oonohifera. 

iitCartsUa, Hall ! 

A.gtirleyi, n. s., White, 1878 85-! 

Oephaiopoda. 

Noutilut, Broynios 

if. <ianvai0n«w,n.s., White, 1878 8S- 

Articulata. 

SerpuXa, lAttomxiB 

A iw«a,n.s.. White, 1878 

68. 

White, C. A. Anecdote of the Great Homed Owl. <Amerioan Naturalist, toL xii 
p. 783. Philadelphia, 1879. 

This anecdote is told to iUastrate the precision, rapidity, and extent of the action of 1 
mnscles of the neck of that owl. Its anthorship is indicated only by the initials " C. A. W." 

69. 

WiiiTK, C. A. Remarks on the Jura-Trias of Western North America. <;Am. Jou 

&ci., vol. xvii, 3d ser., pp. 214-218. New Haven, 1879. 
S»uie. New Haven, 1879. 8vo., pp. 214-218. Twenty separated printed without titl 
page, covers, or repaging. 

Reference is made in this article to the Triassio fossils which are described in Paleontolo 
cal Papers Ka 9. 

70. 

White, C. A. Report on the Paleontological Field-work for the season of 1&2 
<£leventh Annual Report U. 8. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr, (for the ye 
1877), pp. 161-272. Washington, 1879. 



WRltlNGS OF C A WHITfe. l4S 

Same. Washington: Qovernment Printing Office, 1879. 8vo, pp. 161-272. Two 
hnndrecl separates printe<1, witb title-page and paper covers, bnt without re- 
paging. 

This report gives resalts of obserratMiM in Colonulo, Utah, and WyoBoinf(. Tke ezisteiioe 
of the Green River and Bridger i^opH nouth of the Uinta Moontaiaa ia first annaonoed in 
this report ; and descriptionH of thrra speeies of fossiki are given in fooi-notea. 

Page. 

BMUnusdi»}MJiehu,n.B., White, ism • 170 

PifiiMi {oJfceti, n. a., White, 1879 181 

OMTbttld tfuMoM, n. a.. White, 1879 249 

Crow Creek section 194 

List of ftisails from tho vallry of Crow Creeli, Colorado 166 

Kotes on i he Laramie fossiis obiaiuo«l in the vulley of Crow C^eok, Colorado 166-176 

List of the fossils collected from Cretaceons strata in the valley of the Caclie k la 

Pondro, from five to twelve miles west of Greeley, Colo 176-176 

List of Cratsevons fossils collected st Fossil Ridge, three miles soatheastward fh»m 

Spring cafion, and abeat six miles sonth of Port Collins, Colorado 176-177 

List of fo5»il8 ciillectc<l in the valley of Little Thompson Creek 177-178 

List of th«* fossils coll«*cto«l at t he mout h of Salut Vrains Riror, Colorado 178-179 

NoU4i uo the fossils of the Fox Hills group as developed in Colorado, eaat of the Boeky 

Motintaii.s 179-189 

B\jou Creek Hoct ion 189 

Listof fojinilfl from the valley of BUou Creek, Colorado 190 

Kote]« on t hv> Lammlo fossiU collected in the vnlley of By on Creek, Colorado 190-197 

Lint of Cretac«)ns loiwilH fVoro the vicinity of Golden City and Morrlaon, Colo 197 

looted on the foMtiln f mm the vicioity of Golden City and Morrison 179-204 

List of CretMceous fosiiilM collected on Hage Creek, an upper tributary of Yampa River. 

Colorado 206 

NoteHon th^Cretuowumfosnils of Sage Crwek 206-207 

LiHt of Lammie fossiln collected in Yampa valley, near Cafion Purk, Northwestern 

(!oIomdn 207 

Xoteson the f^ramie fo-^lls of Yampa valley 208-211 

Lint of the Laturaie foMHil.<« found in tho Danforth Hills, Northwestern Colorado 211 

NoU'Mon the Luraiuie foHHilaof n.infurth Hills 211-215 

List of Larsmie fossUs coUocUhI at Rock Springs, Tyoming 215 

List of Laramie fossils from Bitt^tr Creek valley, two miles west of Point of Rooks sta- 

tkra. Wyoming 216-216 

List of the I..sramie fossils collect<>d at Point <tT Rocks Station, Wyonung 216 

List of the Laramie fossils collected At Black Bnttea Station, Wyoming 216-217 

Notes on the Laramie fossils of Bitter Creek valley 217-222 

Secliou ufLiu-umie slmtnut Black Butte Station 222 

List of Cretnceons fossils from a cafion six miles northwest firom White River Indian 

Agency, Northwestom Colorado 224 

Notes on the Cretaceous fossils from near White River Indian Agency 224-226 

List of fossils of the Wasatch group collected in White River valley, Colorado 226 

Notenon the Waaatch fossils of White River valley 226-229 

List of Cretaoeoos fossils at Dodd's Ranch on Ashley^s Fork, Utah 229 

Notes on tha Cretaceous fioaaila from Ashley's Fork 229^-292 

List of fossils from the Crotaceous series at Coalville, Utah 282-283 

Notes on the Cretaoeous fossils of Coalville, Utah 288-241 

List of Laramie fossils from Bear River valley. Wyoming 241-242 

Notes on Laramie fossils of Bear River valley, Wyoming 242-248 

Lhit of Cretaceons fossils from the valley of Bear River, Wyoming 248 

Noteson the Cretaceous fossils of Bear River valley 948-249 

List of Cretaceons fossils collected atHUIiard Station, Wyoming 249 

Notes on the Cretaceons fossils of Hilliard Station 249-261 

General discussion 251-266 

Table showing the geographical distribution of the Cretaceons speeiea oolleoted during 

the season of 1877 282-258 

Fox Hills Group 252-268 

Colorado Group 258 

Table showing the geographical distribution of the fossils of the Laramie Group, col- 
lected during the seaaon of 1877 ... 255 

Catalogue of fossils 266 

12a-.BnlL 30 10 



146 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

List of Cretoceona fossils sent by Mr. Arthur Lakes tnm Bear Creek raUey, near Mor- 
rison, Colorado 285-986 

Listof fossils sent by Mr. LCWoosterftom the vicinity of Oreeloy, Colo 288 

IJat of Cretaoeoos fossils sent by Mr. J. C. Horsey fhun Colorado 20S-367 

ListofCretaoeons fossils sent by CaptS.L.BerUiond from Colorado 267-SB8 

IJat of Cretaceoos fossils sent by Prot B. F. Hndge from Dennison,Tex 88 

List of Cretaoeons fossils sent by Mr. Q. W. Mamoeh from Helotes, Bexar Coonty. 

Texas 2«8-»l 

List of Cretaoeons fossils sent by D. H. Walker to the Smithsonian Xnstltntkm from 

near Salado, Bell County, Texas M»-378 

Condnding remarks S70-271 

71. 

Whttb, C. a. Paleontological Papers No. 9 : Fossils of the Jnra-Trias of Soatbeast- 
ern Idaho. <Balletiii U. S. Geol. and Geog. Sarv. of the Terr., vol. v, art. v, 
pp. 105-117. Washington, 1879. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office^ 1879. Svo, pp. 105-117. Two 
hundred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title- 
page, and in pap^r covers, together with Paleontological Papers No. 10. 

Ten species are described, most of which are new ; and the genns JfasfoeariM, Hyatt^ is 

described for the first time in this article. 

PagOb 

Braehiopoda. 

Terebratuia, LUiwyd 186 

T. S0mitimpl«a;, n. s., White, 1870 186 

T. aiiin«to. Hall & Whitfield 106-180 

Cfoneh%fera. 

Avieuk^eeUn, McCoy 100 

A,pealei,n.i., Wbite,1879 lOO-UO 

A. ottu*. n. 8., White, 1879 110 

A. idahoetuit. Meek UO-111 

Cephalopoda. 

Meekoeerat, n. g., Hyatt, 1879 111-112 

M. apten«t«m, n. s., White, 1879 112-113 

M. muthbaehanus, n. s., White, 1879 113-114 

Jf. iyro««»ta<it, n. s., White. 1879 114-U6 

if. ^roi^itotif var.. White. 1879 U6 

ArcMtettSneas IW 

A.I arrafia, n. 8.. White. 1879 11«-U7 

AreeMtstf f White, 1879 117 

Areettstf f White.1879 117 

72. 

White, C. A. Paleontological Papers No. 10. Conditions of Preservation of Inver- 
tebrate Fospils. <Bulletin U. S. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr. Vol. v, art. 
viil, pp. 13:^-141. Washington, 1879. 

Saine, Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879. 8vo., pp. 133-141. Two hun- 
dred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but with title page 
and with paper covers, together with Paleontological Papers No. 9. 

The fact is pointed oat that sheila of different classes and families which have been foaaUiied 
nnder the same conditions are differently preserved. 

73. 

WaiTB, C. A. Paleontological Papers No. 11. Remarks upon Certain Carboni^Broos 
Fossils from Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming, and Certain Creta- 
ceous Corals from Colorado, together with Descriptions of New Forms. «^Bnlletin 
U. 8. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr. Vol. v, art. xiv, pp. 209-221. Washing- 
ton, 1879. 



i 



WRITINGS OP C. A WHITE AND H. A. NICHOLSON. 147 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879. 8vo. , pp. 209-221. Two hon- 
dred separates printed (anther's edition) withont repaging, bnt with title-page 
and paper covers. The series of Paleontological Papers closes with this number. 

Thirteen speciee are deecribed^ most of which are new. Attention is called to the commhig* 
ling of Upper and Lower Carboniferous types in the Carboniferoas strata of the westsm 
portion of North America. 

CABBOHXimSOUS. 

Page. 

AeUnozotu 

X«ptopora,WinoheIl 211 

i;.windk«a^n.s.. White. 1870 211-212 

SeMnodsnnata. 

GftuuUoerinui, Troost , 212 

O. Utobiattut, Whii»1 187» 21»-213 

ArdkHMsdM, Lesnenr • 218 

Arekimsdu, f. White, 1879 211-214 

PlOtNtyetia, Lonsdale 214 

P.triang%data,Whiie,19n9 214-216 

Braehiopoda. 

Bttzia^^Kiag t 216 

£.voot£M^B.s., White, 1870 216-216 

Nueuiana, IJnk 217 

jr. o»«t8,n.s.. White, 1870 216-216 

Kueuia^ Lamarck 217 

if. p€rMm6onaea,n.B.. White, 1870 217 

AUvrigmOy'Skhkg 217 

A. f pObMti, n. s., White. 1870 217-218 

Oasieropoda. 

BttUrophon, Monfort 218 

3. mbpapiOoBUi, WhiUi, 1879 216-210 

JfttrdUKmMi. D'Archiae 210 

Jf. terafrra, n. s.. White. 1870 210 

Pbtcrotomoria, Defrance 210 

P. yroyoiOmm, Norwood & Pratten 210-220 

OBBTACBOUS POUCB. 

OJuBietet, ¥\acheT 220 

a /; diiiu»«a, n. s., White, 1870 220-221 

Btaumontia, Edwards & Halme 221 

il.;soi»lar<a. n.s., White, 1870 221 

74. 

Whitb, C. a., aand Nicholson, H. A. Supplement to the Bibliography of North 
American Invertebrate Paleontology. <^Balletin U. S. Qeoh and Qeog. Surv. 
of the Terr., voL v, pp. 143-152. Washington, 1879. 
Same. Washington : Government Printing OflQce, 1879, pp. 143-152. Two hundred 
separates printed (author's edition) with title-page and paper covers, but withont 
repaging. 

Thia supplement embraces works which were published after the publication of the Bib- 
liography, beeides some that were inadvertently omitted then. 
Part I. PabUoiaions made in the United States. By C. A. White, pp. 143-140. 
Part IL Publications made in British JHortk America, the West Indies, and Bnrope. By H. 
AUeyne Nicholson, pp. 150-162. 

75. 

WmiE, C. A. Paleontology : Fossils of the Indiana Rocks. < State of Indiana. 
Second Annual Keport of the Department of Statistics and Geology, 471-522, 
pis. i-xi. Indianapolis, 1880. 



148 BULLETIN XO. 30, UNITED STATEft NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Sftine. In iDdiaoa Geological Report, 187U-'80. From the Second Annual Report of 
the Bureau of Statistics and Geology. John CoUett, Chief of Department. In- 
dianapolisi 1681. 8vo. pp. lU:i-l54, and 11 plates. 

TbiA book is ao extract of (he geological and biological matter from the volume of the pre- 
ceding entry, repaged and bound in clotb, with new tiUepage as above. 

This work is designed fur popular ubo, and, with the exception of one variety, none of the 
speoies described and figured are new. The illustrat4on8 are also largely copies of formerly 
published figures. Forty-nine species of characteristic Silurian, Devonian, and Carboniferons 
forms are given. 

LOWER SILURIAN. 

Motkuca. Page. 

Brachiopoda. 

^StropAom^na, Rafinesque 481 

^. oUemato, Conrad, pi. i. figs. « and 7 4«l-«82 

iSr. plantttiiftona, Hall, pL li, figs. 18 and 14 488-484 

OrfAw, Dahnan 484 

O. tufr^uadraia, Hall. pi. 1, figs. 3-5 '. 484-485 

O.oocui«i£ali», Hall, pLii, figs. 10-12 485-487 

O. 6(/<mi(a,Schlotheim var.aeutatftKo, Conrad, pLii,flg8. 5-8 487-489 

RhynehoneUat ¥i»cheT 489 

12. eopox, Conrkd, pL i, figs. 9-11 48fr-490 

A d«n<o(a, Hall, pL I, figs. 12-14 480-^1 

LametUbranehiata. 

M0gapUra,iLScW 481 

Ambonyehia {MegapUra)ca9$i,^ScW., ^11, 1igt,likd 2 491-492 

Oiuteropoda. 

CV«ion«ma, Hall 492 

a frOto, Conrad, pi. it figs. 8 and 4 492-493 

Onutatea. 
THIobitet. 

Oafynune^BrongDimri 496 

af«narta,Conrad,pl.li,flga.land2 493-196 

UPPER SILUIUAH. 

SekinoderMMta, 

Ewalyptoerinu9,GoldfnaB ••• 495 

.B. cra««i#,Hall,pl.iiI,flg.l 495-496 

Braehiopoda. 

RhynehoneUa,TiBoheT i 496 

B, temiMfMfm*, Roemer, pL iU, figs. 2-4 496-497 

iSlpir^er, Sowerby 497 

i8. rodiaCa, Sowerby, pL ill, figs. 5 and 6 , 497 

OiuUropoda. 

Platyottoma, Connd 497 

P. niajaf»ru0, Hall, pL ill, figs. 7 and 8 497-496 

Crustacea. 
TrilobUes. 

(VP^AJpif, Bormeisier 496 

a «*ri#eyi,Hall.pLUI,flg.9 49»-499 

DEVOHL&ir. 

Polypi. 

i^Arenfu, Raflneequo &. Clifibrd 499 

ZaphrentU / White, 1880, pi. v, figs. 3 and 4 499 

Favotitef, Lamarck 499 

FavotUes ? Wbite, 1880, pi. v, figs. 1 and 2 499 

Brachu^oda. 

Strophodonta, SaXi 500 

S. d«mi««a, Conrad, pi iv, figs. 6 and 7 600-^501 

Ortfti», Dalman 601 

O. iowmm. Hall (?), pi. V, figs. 10-12 501-502 

Atrypa, Dalman 502 

A. reticularit, Llnna;us, pi. v, figs. 7-0 502 

Athyrie, McCoy 602 

A. viUata, Rail, pi, iv, figs. 8 and 9 502-503 

^ir(/er, Sowerby 503 



WRITINGS OF C. A WHITE. 149 

Page. 

A Mumtiusta, Conrad, pL iv, flea. 1-8 503-.VH 

^. raritine«, Owen, pL iv, figs. 4 and 5 ft04 

& ^0I7»rMK Clapp, pL It, flgfl. 10 and U S04-605 

JflrmtWftrBiKTfcia fa 

Paraeyda$,naXi 605 

P, eUiptiea vta. oeeid^ntaZit, Hall, pi. t, flga. 5 and 606 

BUB-CAKBOKinBOUS. 

LitkoglroUon, Fleming. 

i;. iMiiia2ay«,Cai(elnaa,pLTi,figa.land3 606 

(i;.eaiM<fefiM,Caateloaa),pLTi,flga.laiid2 506 

I^osoerinttt, Phillips 606 

T.nMi/t<6nidk»alii«.LyonACaaaadyTar.eoa«<li,Wh{te,1880,pLTil,flfe.3 606-607 

8capliioeriwM,mi\\ 607 

A 9i5«(mi, White, 1878, pt Til, fig. 7 507-508 

^. 9ur<^ White, 1878, pL tU. fig. 8 500 

^efmocriiM**, Miller 510 

^.waMxmiUAi, White, 1878, pLvii, fig. tf. 510 

P<m<r«tiMtef , Say 511 

P.pifrifcm%i», Say,pL vii, llg. *, 511 

P. ^ofti, Defranoe, pL yii, figs. tOaodll 511 

P.eonaidew, Hall, pi. Tii, fig. 12 512 

Bradiiopoda, 

8piri/er, So'werby 512 

&Cexeii«,Ha:i,pl.Tii,figs. Iand2 ,. 512-518 

Pteropoda. 

OwMitoria, Miller 513 

C. miMouriennM, Swallow! pi. Ti,flg. 4 518 

GatUropoda, 

Platyeerat, Conraid 514 

P.equOatera, Hall, pi. vii, fig. 5 514 

Otphalopoda, 

(TonsotOM, De Haan 514 

O.oweni, Hall, pL Tii, flga. 3 and 4 615 

Cfnutaeta. 
TrUotriUa. 

PHUipiia, Portlock 515 

P. eVo.H. &W.,pl. vi,flg. 5 515-516 

COAL KBABUBM. 

Braekiopoda, 

ProduetuM, Sowerhy • 516 

P.cottattu, Sowerby, pi. viii, figs. 7 and 8 516-617 

8pififer,Sowmhy 517 

i8. camerotitf, Morton, pL Till, fig. 8 517-518 

LameUibranehiata. 

AUoritma, King 618 

A. mbeumeaia.'M.. Sc'Bi.i pL viii, figs. 1 and 2 518-619 

OtuUropoda, 

PolyphemaptiM^PoTtXock. 519 

P./ttiiVoi'mw,HaU,pl. viii, fig. 6 '. 519 

PUurotomaria, Defranoe *. 519 

P. folmlata. Hall, pi. viii, figs. 4 and 5 519^620 

FOSSIL PLAHTB. 

NeuropUris 520 

K.hwmUa. Le»qx. pi. ix, figs. 1-3 620 

if. rarintrvit, Bnnbury.pl. x,flg8. 1-3 620-521 

OaUipterU ! 521 

O. mOiiNmK, Leeqx. pL ix,flg. 4 621 

Annularia 621 

A. tofiirtA>Ka» Brongniartf pi. xl, figs. 1 and2 521-522 

OdorUopterU 522 

O. nibcuneata, Bonbaryf pi. xi, fig. 3 522 

8pkenopterx$ 622 

Aoevto^Brongniartf pi. xi, fig. 4 522 



160 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

76. 

Whttb, C. a. Progress of Invertebrate Paleontology in the United States for the 
year 1879. <Amer. Nat. vol. xiv, pp. 250-260. Philadelphia, 18d0. 

Same. Philadelphia, 1880, 8vo, pp. 250-260. One hundred separates printed without 
title-page, covers, or repaging. 

This article, like those for the years 1880, 1881, and 1882. respectively, is a list of the titlee 
of the works pablished within the year designated, together with remarks apon them. 

77. 

White, C. A. On the Antiquity of Certain Subordinate Tyx>es of Fresh-water and 
Land MoUusca. <Ainer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. xx, pp. 44-49. New Haven, 1880. 

Same. New Haven, 1880, 8vo, pp. 44-49. Twenty separates printed without title- 
page, covers, ori*epaging. 

It is shown that not only were many of the genera of living North American Moll aeca ee- 
tablished as early as the dose of the Cretaceous period, bat many of the subgenera were 
established thos early also. 

78. 

White, C. A. Descriptions of new species of Carboniferous Invertebrate Fosidls. 

<Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. ii, pp. 252-260, one plate. Washington, 1880. 
Same. Washington : Government Pointing Office, 1879, 8vo, pp. 252-260, one plate. 

One hundred and fifty separates printed without title-page, covers, or repaging. 
Six species of Echinoderms are dcsciibed. and the genas Lcet/thiocrinvt is proposed. 

Page. 
Aetinozoa. 

Aeervularia, Schweigger 266 

A. adjunetiva, n. s.. White, 1870, plate i, flgs. 1-3 255 

Eehinodermata. 

* LeeythiocHnvi, n. g., White, 1879 256-2S7 

L.oUieuk^ormi»,n. s., White, 1879, pi. i, flgs. 4and6 257 

Eritoerinut, M. icW 257 

J?, ptontif, n. s.. White. 1879, pL i, flgs. 6 and 7 2S7-S58 

Oyathocrinus, Miller 258 

a itaioHvut, n. B., White, 1879, pi. i, figs.9andl0 258-2S0 

Rhodoerinus, Miller 259 

K. vetperalii, u. B., White, 1879, pi. 1. flgs. 11 and 12 ! 2S»-280 

Archaoeidaris, McCoy 260 

A. dininnii, n. s.. White, 1879, pi. i, flgs. 13 and 14 200 

79. 

White, C. A. Note on Endothyra omata. <Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. ii, p. 291. 

Washington, 1880. 
Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879, 8vo, p. 291. One hundred 

and fifty separates printed, together with the papers of the two following entries, 

without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

The discovery of that foraminiferoos form in the Carboniferogs rooks of Wyoming is noticed. 
It was prerioosly known only in Knrope. 

80. 

Whitb, C. a. Note on Criocardinm and Ethmooordinm. <^ Proo. U. S. Nat. Mus., 
vol. ii, pp. 291-292. Washington, 1880. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879, 6vo, pp. 291*^292. One hun- 
dred and fifty separates printed, together with the papers of the preceding and 
the following entry, without title-page, covers, or repaging. 
The new genns Bthmocardiwm is proposed. 

* AifKvtfMr, a small oil flask. 



WRITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 151 

81. 

Whtix, C. a. DescriptioDB of new Cretaceoas Invertebrate Fossils from Kanaiw and 
Texas. <Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mus. , vol. ii, pp. 292-298. pis. i-v. Washington, 1880. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1879, 8vo, pp. 292-298, and five 

plates. One hundred and fifty separates printed, together with the papers of the 

two preceding entries, without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

Six species ere deeorlbed es new end iUustrated. 

Pege. 
MoOutea. 

0§tna, Linneos 298 

Sntgaxvm AUdryonia, Fischer 283 

O. UlMtryonia) ModNi, n. s.. White, 1879, pL It, figs. 1 end 2 298 

EaBogyra, Ssky 293 

£./omi«i4a<a,n.s..White,1879,pLiT,flg8.8end4 293-294 

^.wineAaUi.n. 8., White, 1879. pl.il, figs, lend 2. end pL ill, figs. 1 and 2 294-286 

O^mSto, Defrenoe 29S 

6^. m«49«cma.n.s.,Wh1te,1879,pLT,flgs.8end4 296-298 

Pl«ria, Soopdl 298 

Snbgenne Og^toma. Meek 298 

P. (OiKyfema)MlifMYwi#.n.8.,White,1879,pLT,flge.lend2 298-297 

PoMA^ntyo, Sowerby 297 

PJepmiNwCa,n.8.,Whlte,1879.pLyl,flge.3end4 297 

27brecia, Leeoh ^ 297 

r. m y < |f o n >ii > ,n.e., White. 1^79. pLvi,flga. lend 2 297-298 

82. 

WHm, C. A. Beport on the Carboniferons Invertebrate Fossils of New Mexico. 

<Beport upon U. 8. Oeog. and Geol. Surveys West of the 100th Meridian ; in 

charge of Capt. Oeorge M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army. 4to., vol. 

iii ; Supplement. Geology. Appendix, pp. i-xxxvili, pi. i-ii. Washington, 1881. 
Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1881, 4to, pp. i-xxxviii, and two 

plates. Seventy-five separates printed, without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

TUs report embteoee eo ennoteted eetelogne of the epedee ooUeeted et each locality, and 
eleo deeeiiptloiie of eeventeea speoiee, e pert of which ere new. 



I OF I 

BcMnodirmata, 

Arth9oeUlmria,U€Coy xxli 

iLtripteB,n.e., White, 1881, pLtv.flga. 8 •-« xxii-zxiii 

AnoeMopoda. 

Orfftit.DeIman xxlil 

0.r«f«i»«io{ciM.Coxtl887,pLiti.flga.2a»» xxtti-xziT 

Polywoa, 

Praody«(fa, Lonedele xxiv 

P. triaii9vlafa,White^l87%pLtv,llfa2a-e zzIt-zzt 

OpndbCTsriii. 

JK^oNfMvde Konlnek zzv 

JtlMrmiafia,8weUow,l[8]68,pLlti,Ui.la-4 zxv-xzvii 

PlraropAomi, King » xxvii 

P.«tt&eoflatu«,K.&W.,]88fllpLiti.flg.8«. xxvii 

Pltropoda. 

OmutoKo, Miller xrviii 

Ceruefiila, White, 1880.pl. HI, flga. 4 •»» zxvlii 

Oesftropodo. 

A>lmiM9M,M&W xxviii 

A5rOT<f,n.s.,White,1881,pl.tT,ilge.6»-e xzviii-xxix 

Aplafiiu,n.s., White, 1881, pLiT, Age. 4 a-0 xxix-zzx 

.B^BaropftoM, Montftyrt zxx 

; B.I»Mpeeio«iw,n.s., White, 1881, pLiv,flga.la^ zzx-xxxi 

PlMrotomofio, Defrance xxzi 

P.per{»mMKa,n.s.,White,188[l,pLiil,ilgt.6a-« xzzi 

M u re kit unia, d*Archiao «cd 

I JtAyei,n.e.,White,1881,pLtti,flgs.l0a,»....; zzxi-zzzii 



152 BULLETIN ::0. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

iZoteUa, Lamarck ', xxxd 

iS. tvm«ni/f/era, D. 8., White, 1881, pi. It, figs. 7 o-d xxxii-xxxJii 

yaticopHt, "McCoy xxxHi 

JV: id^«0{m, Swallow. Yar. White, 1881, pLiv. figs. « a, 6. xxxiii-xxxiT 

JV^numO^ora, White, 1880, pLiii, figs. 3 a-4 xxxlv-ixxr 

.Y. oUoTMtMU, MoClieenej, pL iii« fig. 6a xxxt 

Xostoneina, Phillips xxxt 

L.rugo$a,'iL&, W., pL iii, fig. 7 a xxxt 

AeUs^Loren xxxt 

A.f tteoMMoni, n. s., White, 1881, pL iii, figs. i> a, 6 xxxr-xxxri 

83. 

White, C. A. Progre«8 of Invertebrate PaleoDtology in the United States for the 
year 1880. <Amer. Nat., voL xvi, pp. 273-279. Philadelphia, 1881. 

Same. Philadelphia, 1881, 8vo, pp. 273-279. One hundred separates printed with- 
out title-page, covers, or repaging. 

This artiole is similar to that of entry Ka 74. 

84. 

Whttb, C. a. English Sparrows refusing to eat worms. <Amer. Nat., vol. xr, pp. 
671-672. Philadelphia, 1881. 

It is observed that the sparrows reftised to eat earth worms, which are favorito food with 
other birds, when ttiey come to the snrfkoe after rains. 

85. 

Whttb, C. A. Note on the occurrence of Productus gigantens in California. <Proc. 
U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. iii, pp. 40-47, pi. i. Washington, 1881. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1880. 8vo, pp. 46-47, and one 
plate. One hundred and fifty separates printed, together with the papers of the 
two following entries, without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

The volome was first distributed without the phile; bnt the latter was aftferwacd printed 
and distribnted. 

86. 

Whtte, C. a. Note on Acrothele. <Proo. U. 8. Nat. Mus., toI. iii, p. 47. Wash- 
ington, 1881. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880, 8vo, p. 47. One hundred 
and fifty separates printed, together with the last, and the next following entry. 

It is shown that Acrotreta tubtidua. White, from Soathem Utah, really belongs to the genus 
AerotheU, Linnarsson. 

87. 

WmxE, C. A. Description of a new Cretaceous Pinna from New Mexico. <Proc. 
tJ. S. Nat. Mus., vol. iii, pp. 47-48. Washington, 1881. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880, 8vo, pp. 47-48. One hun- 
dred and fifty separates printed, together with the papers of the two preceding 
entries, without-title page, covers, or repaging. 

Tbe anthor now thinks that the proposed new species (Pimut tUventimti is only a variety of 
P. petrifia. White. 

Page. 

Pinfui fteven«<m{. n. 8., White, 1880 47-48 

88. 

White, C. A. Note on the occurrence of Stricklandinia sulteri and S.davidsoni in 
Georgia. <Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. iii, pp. 4S-49. Washington, 1881. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1^'80, 8vo, pp. 48-49. One hundred 
and fifty separates printed without title-page, covers, or repaging. 



WRITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 153 

89. 

Whitk, C. a. Description of a very large fossil Gasteropod from the State of Paebla, 
Mexico. <Proc. U. 8. Nat. Mns. , vol. iii, pp. 140-142, and one plate. Washington, 
1881. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 18H0, 8vo, pp. 140-142, and one plate. 
Doc hundred and fifty separates printed without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

The species described is from strata believed to be of Cretaoeons age. 

Page. 

1Wm<mm, Sharps.... 141 

7. prMi«g»f,ii.s., White, 1880, pLii, figs, land 2 141-142 

90. 

White, C. A. Descriptions of new Invertebrate fossils from the Mesozoio and Ceno- 
zoic rocks of Arkansas, Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. <^Proo. U. 8. Nat. Mns., 
vol. iii, pp. 157-162. Washington, 1881. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880, 8vo, pp. 157-162. One hun- 
dred and fifty separates printed without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

Nine species are desciibod as new ; bat none are iUnstrated. 

Page. 

JfoOttfM. 

Conek^era, 

Ptoria, Soopoli 157 

Subgenus Oeytoma, Meek 157 

P. (Oxiftotna) ereeto,n.s., White, 1880 157-158 

^ofomyo, Lamarck 158 

i9.MKa;,n.s., White, 1880 168 

Luekia, Brngnidre 158 

X.j»roA<n<ia,n. 8., White, 1880 168-150 

Oatteropoda. 

PIaiior6i«, Goettard 150 

P. <09uaiw,n.s., White, 1880 150 

Sabgenns Oyrauhit, Agassis 150 

F(anor&w(0yrauiu«)maiearif,n.s., White, 1880 150-100 

XACMMea, Lamarck 100 

Subgenus i^ptoXttnTMO, Swainson 100 

I^isMum (J^peolimnsa) minusouto, n. s.. White, 1880 100 

Hsl&v, LbuUDus 180 

Subgenus Potida, Haldeman 100 

H.(PW«to)sqmtta,n.s., White, 1880 100 

AfticMiaia. ^ 

Ttrmu. 

Sp i^ orbit^ Lamarck 101 

Afdidbft<Ml^n.s.,Whit^l880 101 

Onutaem. 

Oafliawawa, Leach 101 

a iar«cW,n.s., White, 1880 101-102 

91. 

« ^^ 

Whitb, C. a. [Review of] A. G. Wetherby : Description of new fossils from the 

Lower Silurian and Subcarboniferous rocks of Ohio and Kentucky. ( Jonm. Cin- 
cinnati 8oc. Nat. History, voL iv, no. 1 [April, 1881], pp. 77-86, pL ii.) <Neues 
Jahrbnch ftir Mineralogie, Geologic, und Palseontologie, ii Band, p. 408. Stutt- 
gart, 1881. 

92. 

White, C. A. [Review of] A. G. Wetherby : Description of new fossils from the 
Lower Silurian and Subcarbouiferous rocks of Kentucky. (Joum. Cincinnati 
Soc. Nat. History-, vol. iv, no. 2 [July, 1881], pp. 177-179, pi. v.) < Nenes Jahr- 
bnch liir Mineralogie, Geologic, und Palteoiitologie, ii Band, p. 408. Stuttgart, 
188L 



154 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



White, C. A. [Review of) S. A. Miller: New species of fossils and remarks npon 
others from the Niagara Group of Illinois. (Jonni. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hiatory, 
vol. iv, no. 2 [July, 1881], pp. 1(50-170, pi. iv.) <Neue8 Jahrbuch fUr Mineral- 
ogio, Geologie, und PalaM)ntologie. ii Band, p. 408. Stuttgart, 1881. 

94. 

Whitk, C. a. Fossils of the Indiana rocks, No. 2. < Indiana, Department of Geol- 
ogy an<l Natural History, Eleventh Annual Report. John Collet, State Geolo- 
gist, 1881 ; pp. 347-401, pis. xxxvii-lv. Indianapolis, 1882. 

Same. Indianapolis, 1882 ; 8vo, pp. 347-401, with 19 plates and the index for the whole 
volume. Fifty separates printed without title-pago or repaging, and without date. 

The object oft bis memoir, like that of entry No. 75, is largely that of popular instmctioiL. 
The greater part of the species here described and flgared are repnbhshed from the worka of 
other authors, only four of the sx>ecies being new. Twelve of the plates are devoted to figures 
of fossil corals, which figures were engraved many years ago by J. W. Van Cleve, to aooom- 
pony a work on fossil corals by himself, which he did not live to publish or to finish. Th«ce 
are 29 apcoies of these corals here described and figured, besides 20 other speeies, all from 
Paleosolc rocks. 

DeieripHon o/fosiiU, 

UFPBB 8n.UBIAir. 

MoUuBea. 
Otiphalopoda. 

OyroceroM, Meyer 356 

G. eirodi, n s.,Whit.c, 1882, pi. zx:cvi{.flg.l,andp1.xxxvlii. figs. 2-4 3Se-358 

Orthoeertu, Breynius 868 

0. onnuZoium, Sowerby, 1818, pi. xxxviii, flg.l 858 

SUBCARBONIFBROUS. 

Oiuteropoda. 

Pa/UUa, Linnaeus 85© 

P. te»ett«, n. s., White, 1882, pi. xxxix, figs. 4 and 6 869 

BMttophon, Montfort 85* 

B.tubkBvis, Hall. 1858, pL xl, flg8.5-7 S50-880 

B.gibMni, n. s., Wliite, 1882. pi. xli, figs. 4-8 860-881 

Brachiopoda. 

Terd>ratula, Llhwyd^ 881 

T.formota, Hall, 1858, pi. xzxix, figs. 6-8 881 

Bryozoa. 

Archimedes, Lesueur 881 

A. laaca, HaU, 1857, pi. xli, flg.7 - 861-382 

Radiata. 

Eehinodermata, 

Lepideithee,U.&W 382 

L.coOeUi, White, 1878, pi. xli, figs. 2and3 362-388 

Agarieoerinut, Troost 888 

A. itpHngeri, n. s., White, 1882, pi. xl, figs. 2-4 368-364 

OnyeAo«rtnitf , Lyon 4: Casseday 385 

O. «r#CTtZp«ti#, Lyon&Casseday, 1860, pl.xl,flg.l 366-888 

0,ramulo8Ui, Lyon & Casseday, 1859, pi. xxxiz, figs. 2 and 3 868-367 

Cyathoerinus, Miller 887 

O. midtibrachiatue, Lyon Sc Casseday, 1859, pi. xxxix, fig. 1 387 

PlatyerinuM, Miller 388 

2>. A«»ii»pAm<Jta, M. & W, 1865, pL xli, fig. 1 368-389 

i^nrifera, 

Palceaeit, llaime 389 

P.cuiheatue, M. & W., 1860. pL xli, figs. 8 and 9 369-370 



WRITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 155 

Paffe. 

P«%pA«iiM9M<t, Portlook »70 

P.iiifid«te,M.AW.,^zUi.llgt.7sDd8 STO-fTl 

JTmhIo, LMDftrok »71 

N. «MUri0o««. HaU,18S8, pL xlii, flgi. snd 10 t71-87S 

jjpir^er, Sowerby Wf 

Sobgeons JfMtMa. M 0C07 872 

A(Jfarf(»<a)l<iM«lM«, Mjirtlii,pLxlii.flga.4-4 87^478 

Fmdmetut, Sowcrbj 878 

P. /mictuKM, liMtJii^ pL xm, flgfc 1-8 878 

rO801L PLAinB. 

IbofMmM. 

r. o»flf<rt, Lctqnereox, 1870. pL xMii, flg. 1 874 

J^p htnopkyU t i m, Brongnlart 874 

A«8kloa«<mi,BTongiiiart,pLxliii, flg.2 874-876 

8. ww of y ii Mrtttm. BrougoiMt, pLxllii. flg.3 875 

VnOlt^'sFbMUOonlSfidMitUledbyO.A.Wblto^M.D 875 

LOWXB 8ILU1UAH. 

8tnptdaama,BMXi 87» 

5.ionii0«Jttm, HiIl,pLli,llgs.2-4 878 

PlikMpJ^ttm, BUlingi 8T7 

P. dfooriooiw. KicholMm, pL lii, fig. 4 877-^8 

JVivMeOaKHall 878 

P. jtoBolo, Hall, pL xliv, figs. 1 and 2 878 

JVo fa rw, Edwards & Haime 878 

P. ««f«Mfa, Rdwards dc Haime, pL zUx. fig. 4 878-379 

Contidlaria, Dana 378 

CtmHuMdm, Hall. pL zlri, figs. 1-8 879^880 

MonHeuUpom, d'Orhigay 880 

Jir./hm<loM,d*Orbigny,pLzl7lii,flg8.2and8 880-881 

UPFBB lILnBIAV. 

XysOia. EdTrardfl i:^ Haime 881 

L. amerieana, Edwards & Halme, pL zItU, llg.5 881-882 

Halynist, Fischer , 882 

H. eaUnuiata^ Limueiis, pLzlyi. figs. 4-7 882 

Heiiolttw, Dana 883 

H.reiy«m#, Hall.pLxlTiii,flg.4 888 

Fmontea, Lamarck 883 

F./avonu, Ooldftua, pLUi, flpkl and9 888-884 

OZodoporo, Hall ; 884 

O. r<tioi4a<a, Hall, ptxlvii. flg.8 884-385 

Olathropora, Hall 885 

a /rondoM, Hall. pLlv. flg.3 885-886 

DBVONIAH. 

Aeervularia, Schwelgger ^ 886 

A.david$<mi, Edwards & Haime, pl.xllx, flg.2 886 

DiphyphyUutn, Lonsdale 887 

D.archiaci, BUIlncs. pLl, flg. 1 887 

D. itramineum, Billinjts, pLxlTlii, flg.1 888 

D. arundinaeeum, Billings, pLli, flg.l ! 888-390 

EridapkyUwn, Edwards 4: Haime 890 

E. ttrietum, Edwards & Haime, pLxlix, flg.l 89(K-891 

OygfiphyUum, Lonsdale 39I 

C. vesievlosmn, Ooldfiiss, pLlv, ftps. 1 and 2 891-392 

Zaphrentia, RaOnesque 898 

Z. rafineif/uii, Edwards & Haime, pi. xlv, fij;s.3-5 898 

AmpUxut, Soworby 898 



156 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pagft 

A.yandelli, Edwards & Haime, pL xlv, flgB.laiid2 3S3-3M 

Favotitet, Lamarck 3M 

F.baioUiea, Goldfusa, pi. liv, flg. 1 804-395 

F.polymorpha, GoldtnBB, pll, fig. 2, pinii,ikgB.laad2 395 

F. potymorpha var. dubia, Nicholaon, 1874, pLliii, fig.3 396 

FavotiUt (/) White. 1882, pLliv, fig. 2 386 

FUtulipora, McCoy 386 

F. eanadenns, Billings, pLxlvii, figs. land 2 386-o97 

Alveolite». 

ii.^oZc</ii««i, BiUing8,pLUv, flg.8 887-396 

Strialopora, BnW .* 386 

8. linncpana, Billings, pL xlvii, fig. 7 886 

Syringopora, Goldfass 396 

i9. perel«^an«, Billings, pi. xlix, fig. 3 88»-d98 

S.maelurei, Billings, pi. xlvii, fig. 3 38(M00 

Stromatopora, Blainville 400 

S. pustulifera, Winchellf pL Uii, figs. 4 and 6 400 

8UBCABBOKIFSBOUB. 

LithottrotUm, Fleming 401 

l>.inamaiar0,Caatelnaa,pLlii, flg.3 401 

95. 

Whitk, C. a. Progress of Invertebrate Paleontology in the United States for the 
year 1881. < American Naturalist, vol. xvi, pp. 887-891. Philadelphia, 1882. 

Same. Philadelphia, 1882. 8vo, pp. 887-891. One hundred separates printed with- 
out title page, covers, or repaging. 

This article is similar to those of entries 74 and 81. 

96. 

White, C. A. Artesian Wells ujion the Great Plains. <North American Review, 

vol. 135, pp. 187-195. New York, 1882. 
Same. New York, 1882. 8vo, 9 pages. Fifty separates printed without title-page 

or covers, but repagod. 

This article gives some results of the examination of the region of Eastern Colorado by a 
commission appointed by the U. S. Commissioner of Agriculture, of which the author was 
chief. 

97. 

White, C. A. Tanganyika Shells. <Nature, 4to, vol. xxv, pp. 101-102. London 
and New York, 1882. 

This note suggests the probable identity of ParamOania Smith, a proposed molluscan sub- 
genus now living in Lake Tanganyika, Africa, with the fossil genus Pyrguiifera Meek, from 
the Laramie Group of Southwestern Wyoming. 

98. 

White, C. A. On certain conditions attending the geological descent of some North 
American types of fresh- water gill-bearing Mollusks. <Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., 
vol. xxiii, pp. .382-386. New Haven, 1882. 

Same. New Haven, 1882. 8vo, pp. 382-386. Twenty separates printed without 
titfe-page, covers, or repaging. 

The substance, not the words, of this article is an extract from parts of an illustrated work, 
the title of which it* given in entry No. 105. The opinion is advanced that the present gill- 
bearing fauna of tlio Mississippi River system has been derived in part from the Laramie sea 
and the fresh-water lakes which succeeded it, by means of the persistence of their outlets as 
rivers, down to the present time. 



WRiTIN68 OF C. A. WHITE. l5t 

99. 

Whitx, C. a. Artesian Wells upon tbo Great Plains ; being the report of a geolog- 
ical commission appointed to examine a portion of the Great Plains east of the 
Boeky Mountains, and report npon the localities deemed roost favorable for mak- 
ing experimental borings. Department of Agriculture, pp. 1-38, pi. i. Washing- 
ton, 1882. 

TIm map is a oopy of part of sheet zi of the aUasof Colorsdo, pobllahed by the United Stfttee 
Qaologioml Surrey of tho Territoriee. 

100. 

Whits, C. A. On certain Cretaceous fossils from Arkansas and Colorado. <Proc. 

U. 8. National Mosenm, voL iv, pp. 136-139, pi. i. Washtogton, 1882. 
Same. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1882. 8vo, pp. 136-139, and one 

plate. One hundred and fifty separates printed without title-page, covers, or 

repaging. 

Six epedee sre deeoribed snd flgnred, two of which are new. 

Psge. 

OsJKmmwm ttlricM, White. 1880. pLi.flgs. 10 and 11 187 

TuMogHum dJ ekkauti, White, 1880. pL i. flgs. 12 and 18 038 

OMilJbantf? >iiM6ttfyen«<«,n.s^ White, 1882. pi. i.flga. land 2 188 

i;«c<iuipr(t^^ciMia. White. 1880. pLi.flga. 5 and « 138 

i;«0iiiaek6ttni<,n.s..White.l882.pLi.flga.3and4 130 

MnnyttMiMB. White, 1880. pLi.flfr.0 130 

Pitrto (Oavtoma) frveta. White. 1880. pL i. flft. 7 and 8 180 

101. 

Whitk, C. a. [Review of] 8. A. Miller : Description of some new and remarkable 
crinoids and other fossils of the Hudson River Group, and notice of 8trotocriou8 
bloomfieldensis. (Joum. Cincinnati 8oc. Nat. History. Vol. iv, No. 1 [April, 
1881], pp. 69-77, pi. i.) <^Neues Jahrbncb fUr Mineralogie, Qeologie, uod Pala- 
ontologie. I Band, p. 307. Stuttgart, 1881. 

102. 

Wnm, C. A. [Review of] Henry Newton, E. M., and Walter P. Jenney, £. M. : Re- 
port on the Geology and resources of the Black Hills of Dakota. 4to, pp. 1-&55, 
with Atlas. Washington, 1880. <Neue8 Jahrbuch fUr Mineralogie, Geologic, 
und Palaontologie. II Baud, pp. 216-218. Stuttgart, 1882. 

103. 

WnrrB, C. A. [Review of] United States Geological Survey : Annual Report for 
1881 of J. W. Powell, Director. Imperial 8vo, pp. 1-558, Ixi plates, and 32 wood- 
cats. Washington, 1882. <Neues Jahrbuch iUr Mineralogie, Geologie, und Pa- 
laontologie. n Band, pp. 365-366. Stuttgart, 1882. 

104. 

Whtte, C. a. Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology, No. 2 : Cretaceous fossils 
from the Western States and Territories. <Twelfth Annual Report of the United 
f States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (for the year 1878). 

pp. 1-38; appendix, pp. 38,39, pis. xi-xviii. Washington, 1883. 

Some. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880. 8vo, pp. 1-39, and plates 
11-18. Two hundred separates printed (author's edition) without repaging, but 
with title-page and covers, together with Coutributions to Invertebrate Paleon- 
tology, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. In 1883 100 additional copies of the same were 
printed in the same form. The title-page in both these cases differs from the 
title which heads the text by the omission of the word ** Invertebrate." 

Thirtyaeren 8p«ciM are described and fijnired> five of which are new. On plate xviii ten 
•peciea are also illnstrated which were originally published by Dr. Shmnard, bat were never 
before ilhistrated. 



158 BtJLLEtlN NO. do, tJKlTED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

CRXTACEOUB. _ 

. . ^■•^ 

Aetmoto€t, 

OkcBtBtu "FiBoher 7 

. Cff dim<»«i#. White, 1879, pLxU^flg. 14 « 7 

Beaumontia, Edwards &.Haiiiie 8 

B./#oKtoWa,iL ft., White, 1880, iiLxll,flg8. 18 <>-« S 

i?eMnocI«n»ala. 

Opkioderma B 

0.f 6rid0wreiui»,Mee1c,1878,pI.xi{,llg.l2<i 8-9 

OMrwi, Liosseos — 9 

O.«ol0nic0cw, Meek, 1873, pL xi, figs. 2 a, fr 9-10 

0.aikmiioid«». Meek, 1878, pLxi.flgs. 4 a, 6 MWl 

SvhgeDVM Aleetryoriia, Fischer U 

O. (Alectryonia) blackii. White, 1880, pLziv, figft.1 a,b; pLxvli, flg.4a U-IS 

J^awiTyra, Say 13 

i?.mn€*«tt». White, 1880, pi. xiii, figs, lo-d 12 

E./omieuUUa, White, 1880, pL xiv, i3gB.2a,6 13-14 

Anomia, LixunBOB 14 

^.l>ropatori#,n. ft., White, 1880, pLxii, flgft.l5a,b 14-15 

Ptorta, Scopoli 15 

P.;/««aAa«a«i#, n. ft., White, 1880, pi. xvii, fig. 8 a 15 

Babgenns Oxytoma, Meek, 15 

P, (Oxytoma) galinenHM, White, 1880, pL xvi, figs. 2 a, 6 15-10 

Ct^rviUia, Detr^noe 16 

6f. mttd^eana, White, 1880, pi. xiv, figs. 3*0,6.... 16-17 

Pinna, Linneas 17 

P.IaJfcM»i,White, 1879, pi. xi, figs. 1 a, 6 17-18 

YolteUa, Scopoli 1« 

Subgenoft SrocAyciontM, Swainson 18 

y. (BrotiAydontet) muMiintptfra, Meek, 1878, pL xi, fig. 8 a 18-19 

Barbara, Gray 19 

Aftorftttteto, n.8.,Whito, 1880, pLxi,flg.5a 19 

Oyrena, Lamarck 20 

O.earUUmi, Meek, 1873, pL xii, figs. 16 a, b 20-21 

PhareOa, Gray 21 

P.ffwriei, Meek,1873, pLxi, flg8.6o,6 21-22 

T<^>«», Mfthlfeldt 22 

T. AOgordi, Shumard, 1860, pL xvi, figs. 3 a-« 22 

Pciekymya, Sowerby 22 

P.feompaeta, White, 1880, pL xvii, figs. 4 «, 6 23-22 

Ihracia, Leach 23 

T.myc^ormu, White, 1880, pL xvil, figs. 2 a, 5 23 

€huUropoda. 

Jf(iIomjna, Montfort 28 

Jf. f imfi^tttit. Meek, 1873, pL xil, figs. 11 »-d 28-25 

Melampw 1 Meek, 1873, pL xii, flg. 6 a t 25 

JVeritina, Lamarck 25 

3r.6afmi»e«K, Meek, 1873, pi. xii. flga. 10 o-o 25-26 

N.pitiformi8, Meek, 1873, pLxii, flg».9a-c 26-27 

Snbgenns VeUUella, Meek 27 

N. (VelaUUa) beUatuia, Meek, 1873, pL xii, flg«. 8 a, 6 27-28 

^. (F«te«e«o)carditoui<!f, Meek, 1873, pLxii, flg.7a 28-29 

EutpirOf Agasais 29 

B.utahentis, White 29 

TegtaroUia, Gabb 29 

r.Mtot*,n. ft., White, 1880, pi. xv, flg. 2 a 29-30 

Lispodetthet, Whit© 80 

L. f obtourata, n. B., White, 1880, pLxi, flg8.7a, b 3(^-31 

TurriteUa, Lamarck 81 

T.spironema, Meek, 1873, pi. xii, flg. 3 a 31-32 

EvUmeUa, Forbes 32 

K r ehry$aUis, Ueek, 1873, pL xii, flg. 4 o 32-53 

E.t ineongpictia, Meek, 1873, pl.xii,fig.5a 33 

FaZoato MUller v 83 

r.nana, Mock, 1873, pi. xii, figa.l?a,6 33-34 



WMTINOS OP 0. A. WHITE. 159 

Page. 

JWiM, LiOMrok ^ ** 

ilfvloAMUi*. Meek,1873.pLxiiflg.2a ^ 

fawioteria, Lamarck ^ 

tiabgenuB Piutocheilui, Meek ^ 

JP.(Pi«»toc»«a«#)aa«»i, 11.8.. While. 1880. pLxii,llg.l« M-W 

CtfpAoiopoda. 

iVMmoeyeittf. Meek 35 

P.wyomwi^mfi*, Meek. 1870.pLzT,flga.la-« W-Sa 

AfOewiata. 

Onutaeea. 

Poramithrax, MOne-Bdwards ^ 

P.f woflbri, n. •.. 1880; Whitfield, pi. xvi, fig. la, and pL xrii. fig. 1 a 87-88 

Appamdlm to Ooniri^utUmt to Inv^rUbraU PaUontology Ko, 2. 

Oidmrii hom lg ramo9U9, Shnmard, pi. xriii. figs. 3 a. 6 88 

^•rvillM ^rtyarto, Shamard, pL XTiii. fig. 3 a 88 

IfMeuiabeOoMtrkaa, Shnmard, pL xvlil. figs. 5 o-e 88 

iV««i4to A<^dn»i. Shnmard. pL xTiii. figs. 8 a, fr 38 

Oardium ehoeiawgn»0, Shnmard, pLxvili, figs.7a-« 38 

OytJuria tamarmuU, Shnmard, pLxviii. flga. 4a,6 80 

Aneyioeertu mmmUatum, Shnmard, pLxriii. flga.lOa, b 39 

SeapkUst 9€rmiieuluM, Shnmard, pLxviii, ilg.8a 39 

AflMnoiitlM ^royaoiMfuif, Shnmard, pl.xviii. figa.9 a,b 89 

^■MMOiUeM MooOovii, Shnmard, pLxTiii,flg. la 39 

105. 

WHm, C. A. Contrilmtions to Inyertebrate Paleootology No. 3.^Certain Tertiary 
MoUnsca from Colorado, Utah, aud Wyoming. <Twelfth Annaal Report of the 
U. S. Geol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr, (for the year 1878), pp. 41-48, and pi. 
xix. Washington, 1 883. 

Same. Washington, Goyemment Printing OfHce, 1880. 8vo, pp. 41>48, and pi. xix. 
Three hnndred separates printed. See remarks following entry No. 104. 

Ten ipedee are deeeribed and flgnred. one of which is new. 

Page. 
Oonektftra. 

ITnio, Retsins 41 

Z7.«fcof*otMn«i#,White,1876,ptxii.flga.2a,6 41-42 

Z7:iMMAaibMn«it,Meek,1871.pLxix.flg8.8a,5 42-13 

IT. maeH, White. 1877, pi. xix. fig. la 43-44 

QMtUropoda. 

FUmorlris, UmtT 44 

P. cimrtia. White. 1879, pL xix, figs. 6 o-e 44-45 

PAtfM, Drapanand 45 

P. &rul^«ren«it. Meek. 1873, pL xix. figs. 10 a, 5 45 

Ai«<;in«a, Diapaniand j45 

Sobgenns Bra«Ay«p»ra, Pfeiffer 45 

8, (BraMy«jn>a)pa|nl^«ptra. White.l876,pLxix,flg.4a 45^46 

Pupa. Lamarck 48 

P. areniUo. White, 1876, pL xix. figs. 8 a, fr 46 

P. olowntfula, n. 8., White. 1880, pL xix. fig. 9 a 4^-47 

Snbgenns XtfiuMcAtfOa, Albers 47 

P. (X€iMX>eA«aa)inoo(aea,White.l876,pI.xix.flg9.7a-e 47 

Byt&tneOo. Moqnin-Tandon 48 

J}.^ri^f^Meek.l871,pLxix,flga.6a,& 48 

106.' 

White, C. A. Contrihntious to Invertebrate Paleontology No. 4.— Fossils of the 
Laramie Gronp. <Twelfth Annual Report of the U. S. Geol. and Geog. Sarv. of 
the Terr, (for the year 1878), pp. 49-103, and pis. xx-xxx. Washington, 1883. 



ieO BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEttM. 

Same. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1880. 8vo, pp. 49-103. and pk. 

xx-xxx. Three hundred separates printed. Qee remarks following entry No. 104. 

The oltject of this article 18 to give a list of all the mollnsca that Trere known fkvm the 

Laramie Group up to the time of publication, and to illostrate thoae which had not beforft 

been illustrated. 

Paceu 
Oonehifera. 

' Ottrso, Linnseas S8 

O. lylflftra, M. &. H., 1857 M 

J.nomui, Linnnus 57 

A. gryphorhynchut.'ileek, 1872, pL xzv, figs. 1 r •« 87 

A. mierotMmo, Heek, 1875, pLxxy,flgB. 2 a-d OT-68 

Foii«tta, Soopoll 58 

SnhRenns Brachpdante4,Sw9,in»on 68 

V. (SracAydonCf«)r«9ii(ari«, White, 1878, pL XXV, fig. 8 a 68^ 

V.{BrachydofU44)laticottata,Whitjb,197S,pL XXV, fig. A a — . 08 

AxifUBa, VoU ^ 08 

^.Aola»M<ana,n.s..White,1880,pLxx,flgs.2a,b 68-89 

Wueulana, Link 80 

i(r.incJara,White,1878,pLxxv,flg.7a 80,61 

J.nodonta, Cavier 61 

J.. pro|>a<om, White, 1877, pLxxiy, figs. 2 «Mi 61-8S 

^. paroOete, White, 1878, pL xxlv, ilg. 8 « 81 

Unio, Betzias 81 

U. oWricAi, White, 1878, pL xxix, figs. 2 o, 6 82-68 

XT. g<mi€Mibo7iatuSt White, 1878, pL xxix, figs. 1 a, 6 68-84 

U. braehyopitthut, White, 1876, pL xxii, figs. 2 a, b 81 

17. cotim, White. 1877, pi. xxrii. fig. 1 a 64,65 

U, yrophetieui, White, 1876, pi. xxii, fig. 5 a 66 

U.promvitui, White, 1877, pL xxii, figs. 3 o-d 65-66 

U.endUehi, White, 1877, pi. xxvi, figs. 1 o, 6 68-67 

V. holmenanuM, White, 1877, pi. xxii, figs. 4 a-4 67-68 

r. dan«, M. & H. T pi. xxrii, figs. 2 a, 6 68 

U, eryptorhynehutf White, 1877, pi. xxiv, figs. 1 a, b 68-68 

{7. tm^H^fuf, White, 1877. pL xxviii, figs. 1 a-e 68 

r.pritmi.-^, White, 1877, pL xxix, figs. 3 a, b 70 

U.pHtctts, M. dc H 70 

U. ti^btpatulalUM, M. &H 71 

XT, iUvfeyanut, M. &. H 71 

U.vftuitut, Meek 71 

U. belliplicatuM, Meek 71 

U. gtmionotuM, White, 1876, pi. xxvi, figs. 2 a-« 71-72 

Sphc&rium^ ScopoU 72 

S.pUunum, M. 9l H 72 

8. rtctieardinaU, M. &H 72 

8./ormo9um, M. ic^H...; 72 

S. tubetlipHeum, M. & H 72 

OorbicvUi, Megerle 72 

a obeta. White, 1878, pi. xxlii, figs. 3 a-« 72-78 

C. eardiniafotmU, White, 1878, pi. xxv, figs. 5 a, b 78 

a etofrumi, White, 1878, pi. xxiii, figs. 1 a-<J 73-74 

O. eytheriformU, M. & n.,p1. xxi, figs.4 o-d 74 

C. tM&rtMcenm. M. dc H 74 

C.occidentalU,TA. & H.. 1866, pi. xxi, figs. 3 o-<; 75 

Snbgenaa Leptesthft, Meek 76 

O. {Leptetthes) /raeta, Meek, 1871, pi. xxiil. figs. 2 a-e and pi. xxl, fig. 6 a 75-77 

O. (Lfpt«««A«) ptanuwftona, Meek, 1M75, pi. xxl, figs. 2 o-d ' 77-78 

C. (LfpUiitJiet) macropUtha, White, 1878, pi. xxili, figs. 4 «-/ 78-78 

O. {Lfpt«»(heM) BubHlipHea, M. & U 79 

Snbgenos Veloritina, Meek ^ 79 

a {Veloritina) durkeei, "il^V 79-80 

Oorbula, Bnigui^re 80 

C. aitblrigonalis. M. & H 80 

O.perundata, M. & H 80 

C. enutaateUifonnis, Meek 80 

O. tropidophora, Meek 80 



WHITINGS 01* C* A. Wtiltfl. 161 

€. wofti^nwti. II. 4 g-.w, 80 

aiM4<r«r«.HMk,187S.pLstlJ[^i||&4a-/ «^8l 

awkaf/mrmvmr.tMimndif0fa,WhiUs\99li,pLxi±^1ig^5m^..,. 81-83 

a^yiV«nni«, Meek ;:...... 82 

cflorti w i p e da . 

XJ^topAoriM. M eek «;- 8^ 

£.pri«0M«, Meek ^ 82 

JL msitU. IL8., Wlklte.l880,pLzzx«flg[k8«» » »-88 

JLerotogpmty Beek 88 

^. vUiMUaM. M. A H 88 

J*IaiM>r6if, M&Uer 88 

P.comxtiutut, M. 4k H 8» 

Sabfenns Ba^JkyompAolM, AgMaU 88 

P. (Baik^ompkahu) amjrfww. M A H 88 

P. (lteayofN!pAal««)j)aM<MPfMMa«t,M&H 88 

X«iiMMni, Lemarok 84 

i^ ^ilicMa, Meek 84 

Q^y^^Hm»PUuroUmntBa,yLtek 84 

X. (P(mi '^vKmiuM) tontiiea rt afa, M A H 84 

iUiBo. H«a'*®""*" ^ 

1 AaMtfrnam* White. 1878. pL xxx. fl£g. 9m,b 84 

i%M, DnpMii '^^ •* 

P./rfte, White, l.'^P^"".**-!* 8*^ 

P.e«p«i»Whlte,18'j'^'P**"*^'^*«^**»* ^ 

Pk^ ; ^,1^1^ J880,pLxxx.flg.ll« 88 

JiiKmtf , AdMieon •• 

A «««r«, White, 1877, pL «iv, figs. 6 a, 6 88 

A«^^«««u«,White.l87»,|'^*»*^»*«^*<*»* ^-^^ 

B. Um§iuteuhu,U, St B ^ 

B.f rhmnboidtUM.'M.. SlU ^ 

BtubdangatM U.AH •^ 

FtlriiMi, DnpMiurad ^ ^ 

y.t Mqua^lLiLll •• ^ 

Syaiina^VhmaMM — ^ 

S.t oeddmUaHt^^StB • ^ 

E.9e9«mtL,lLScn •'-« 

ll«ttc, Linasne - •• 

ff . ««ta«t«, M. & H •• •• 

HkmtiiMWIiM, Albert - ** 

• T.UmHa;formU,U.itB. - « 

(Mtimiia, Perry •• • ** 

ater«i.M.AH - •• 

0. MrmMMto, M. A H •* •• 

ir«ritifia, Lemarek •► * 

jr. Ml^adimla. White. 1870. pLxzl,flga. 0,5 — *•"* 

ir.iia<»<^ormi«.Whlte,1878,pl.xxx,flga.8a,fr -^ ^ 

Sttbgeniu FeloteUo. Meek •— ^ 

if.(yrfatoaa)6af)«ata,White,1878,pl.xxix,ilgi.0a,6..-. •-- »^ 

OirttMdM.Swaiiwoo •• 

8abKeiiiuP<feMB«,Or»y — — •• 

a (PirwiMOa) MbnuoMuif, M A H •— •• 

QimUbati»,hm • •• 

O.cItNcnii, White, 1870, pLxxz,flga. 4 o-d *— •'— •^ 

0. dbfyMOf, Meek, 1871, pL XXX. flge. 0,5 — •!-•* 

0. dkfyMfloMlM, White, 1870, pL XXX. flga. 6 0,5 ^ ^ — - ^ 

0.«idltdW, White, 1878. pL XXX, ilgi. 7 O-0 •► •^^ 

O-moeOmta, White, 1870, pL XXX, llg. 10 o •• 

Q.grueaetUa,lLSt,VL • •• 

e.MiiMapa,M. AH • •* 

e.in ew Mt<to,M. AH •* 

O.Mi5tov£f,M.AH •» •• 

0.;ofii<tta,M.AH •• 

0.fM5CortuoM,MAH — •* 

17. MbnweoMif. M A H ^ V^ •* 

120— BnlL 30 11 



16 J BULLETIN NO 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 

0,Unuiearinata,'M., &H .^. M 

Jfelanio, Lamarck * M 

jr.;irucu^<a,MMk,1873.pLxx,flg.4a 94-W 

Jf. vyomtn(7«n«i«. Meek, 1873, pi. xxriii, figs. a. 6 9&-96 

Pyrgulifera, Meek 96 

P. Aiim«ro«a, Meek M 

Oauiopella, WhiUi 96-OT 

O. turriculo, White. 187«, pLxxvii, flg8.8a-g OT 

Hydro6ia, Hartmaim 97 

ir.antAonyi, M&H 97 

JT. iMMTmana, M dc H 97 

IT. Mi^coniea, M & H 97 

£r.f 0tt{imc<det,M&H 97 

Miaropyrgut, Meek ,., 98 

M,minuUaua,'ilL8cB. 98 

Viniparut, Monifort 98 

F.j>lieapreM«t. White, 1878, pL zxriii, flg8.3a,6 98 

F.pnMf«Kit«,Whit«,1878,pLxxvlii,flg8.5a,6 98-99 

F. eouMi, White, ]878,pLzxx, ft«.lo 99 

F. Iaai,M.&H 100 

T. fwtuMa. M. A H 100 

F. pMulMTif , M. A H 100 

F. fnM*<A>rm<t, M & H 100 

F. rcynoldtiaiittt, M & H 100 

F.W<^,M.&H 100 

F. ooMTflkf i, M & H 100 

IWofofMO, Haldeman 100 

Il<ibomf»f(m<, White, 1878, pL xxylii, flgs. 2 t^ 100-101 

OiMiip«loma, Rafinesqae 101 

O.Mlula.M&H ; 101 

O. mt»Ui«<riato, M. & H 101 

a mttUa»n«ato. M &. H 101 

(7.ffMwroi|pira,Meek, pLxxx,flg.2a lOi 

Foiiwla. Milller 102 

F. mfrumftOiMito, M. A H : 102 

y.pairwia, M.&H 102 

F. / fiMmtona«n«<ff, Meek 10? 

(MoneodoHt. Meek 102 

O. Imodnoidu, White, 1878, pLxx, flga.3a,6 102-103 

O. f /ormoio, White, 1878, pLxxviii, ll|f.7« 108 

107. 

White, C. A. Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology, No. 5. Triassic Fossils 
of Sontheastern Idaho. <Twelfth Annaal Report U. S. Geol. and*Geog. Surv 
of the Terr, (for the year 1878), pp. 105-118, pla. xxxi-xxxii. Washington, 1883. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, I'^HO, 8vo, pp. 105-118, pis. xxxi- 
xxxii. Three hundred separates printed. See remarks following entry No. 93« 
ThiB artiole is essentiAUy a republication of Paleontological paper Ko. 9. (See entry Ifo. 71. ) 

Page. 

Braekiopoda. 

Ita-ikraltrfa, Llhwyd , 108 

T. «0maimpl«e, White, 1870, pi. zxxi, flga. 3 o-e 108-109 

T. ou^itfto, H. & Whitf. t 109 

Oonehifera. 

AviralopMten, MoCo> 109 

A.fj>*iW, White, 1879,pLxxxil,fljc.4a 109-110 

A,f aUu4, White, 1879, pi. xxxii, fig. 3 a 110 

A./i<IaAoenm.Meek,1872, pLxxxii,flg.2o 110-111 

Otpkalopoda. 

Meekoeerat, Hyatt 112 

Jf. aplan[A]tum, White, 18T0, pLxxxi, figs. I a-d 112-118 

Jl. m«««KuAianum, White, 1879. pL xxxil, figs. 1 o-d 114 



WRITINGS OP C. A. WHITE. 163 

Page. 

M. graeUiUUii, White, 1870, pi xxxi, flga. 2 »-4 115-116 

M,ffntemuuUvM., White, 1890 116 

iiiTMtet, SueM 116 

Xl«<mil««, White, 1879 116-117 

Ar0$9iM fWhitot 1880 117-U8 

loa 

Wnm, C. A. Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology, No. 6. — Certain Carbon if- 
erons Fossils from the Western States and Territories. <Twelfth Annual Report 
U. 8. Geol. and Geog. Snrv. of the Terr, (for the year 1878), pp. 119-141, and pis. 
zzxiii-xxzvi. Washington, 1883. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1883. Sro, pp. 119-141, and pis. 
xxxiii-xxxvi. Three hnndred separates printed. See remarks following entry 
No. 104. 

Twenty-MTen specie* of foeails are described sod iUiutrsted, all of which had been prevlooaly 

pobllahed. 

Page. 

AcdnagoiL 

I Ampleacut, Sowerby 120 

.i.aapkrMl^onMt, White. 1876, pi. xxziii. figs. l<Ml 120 

J,e«fTtiiaria, Sohweigger 120 

ii.a4^iMMtiea, White. 1880. pi xxxT, figs. lOHl 120-121 

£«peqporo. Winohell i 121 

i. ipindWIi, White, 1870, pi. xxxir. fig. 11 a 121-122 

Bdtinodermata, 

Plalyer<fMtf, MiUer 122 

P. *ayd#ni. Meek, 1873, pLxxxlit fig. 7 a 122-128 

Leqfthioerinut, Whiib 128 

£. oatciiI<qfonnif.White,1880,pLxxxv,flg8.2a,5 124 

Bt^aekverinui^U. AW 124 

^.^{a^6<uit,White,1876,pLxxxiii,fig.8a 124-125 

Cf^aihoerintu, Miller 126 

a««aatfOTa.White,1880.pLxxxv.flg8.3a,6 125 

JBriaocrinus,U.AW 128 

jB. <kl>w.M.&W.,1866,pLxxxiii,fig.6a '. 126-127 

^. (arrtocr»M«t)ptomi#,White,1880,pLxxxv,fig8.5a,6 127-128 

E. (Oefioer»m(f)tn;C«ni«,Geiiiits,i866,pLxxxiT, figs. 00,5 A. 128 

PolmoerinM, Miller 128 

P.«iMm(aiiastif<t,Meek.1878,pLxxziii.flg.6a 128-120 

£fto(locr<f»tt«. Miller.. 120 

Jfcwi!P««iif,White,1880,pLxxxy,flg8.4a,ft 120-130 

Are h tBo ei darit, McCoy 130 

A'.cm<i«,White,1876.pLxxziii,flg.2a 130 

A. difKin»<t.White,1880,pLxxzT.flgt.6a-o 181 

Poltftoa. 

PtOodyeMo, Lonsdale 181 

P.erton^ttlola,White,1878,pLxxxill,flg».3a-« 181-182 

Bftuhiopowtm 

ProtftMCM. Sowerby » 182 

P. yi^imlsiw, Martin, pi. xxxtI, flga. 1 a-0 132 

JZAyneftofMOa, Fischer 188 

B. endUehi, Meek. 1875, pL xxxiii, flgs.4a, 5. and pL zzxH figs. 2 a, 5 18a-134 

12rtjto,King 184 

B.»oot«eri, White. 1870, pi. xxxiv, figs. 8 a. 6 134 

Spirifer, Sawerhy 136 

&a0*io»««,Meek,1878,pI.zxxiT,flgs.lOa,& 185 

iFsouta, Lamarck 186 

y. jMntmbonola, White, 1870, pL xxxiv. flga. 7 a, 6 186 

Jrii«u2ana, Link 136 

if.o5«».White,1870,pLxxxiv,flg8.2aHJ 186-137 

ABoritma, King 137 

.1. /^OfterK, White. 1870, pi. JCTxiii, figs. 0«, 6 137-138 



164 BULLETIN NO 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

GoMteropoda. 

Bttterophon, MonttoTt 1B8 

B. 8ubpap(Uonu,Whit6,lffn,pLxxxiT,tg,Za 188 

2^*<<cop»i». McCoy ^ 189 

JiT. r«m«B,Wliite.l876,pLxxxlT.flg.6A 189 

JfureAifonio, d'Arohiao 188 

J/. ter<*ra, White, 1879. pi. xxxiT.flg. 4 a 139-140 

Pfeurotomono, Defranoe ^ 140 

P. tagg€rti,Tdeek,l9!4,pLxxxiY,hg/Lla,h 140 

P.^ayva(mm,Norwood&Pratt6D,1855.pLzxxiT,flg.8a 140-141 

109. 

Wbite, C> a. Contribations to Invertebrate Paleontology No. 7. Jnraasic Foasils 
from the Western Territories. < Twelfth Annual Report of tbe U. 8. Geol. and 
Geog. Snrv. of the Terr, (for the year 1878), pp. 143-153, pis. xxxvii-xxxviii. 
Wofihington, 1883. 

Bnnif). Washngton : Government Printing Office, 1880. 8yOy pp. 143-153, and plates 
xxxvii-xxxviii. Three hundred separates printed. See remarks foUowinjc entry 
No. 93. ^ 

BtictMn species are described and flgnred, part of which are new, and the genns Lyoaoma ia 
diaguceed. 

Faca 

OampUmeeU* (Agutiiz), Meek 148 

€. phtteuiformU, White, 1870, pLxxxvil, fig. 5a - 148-144 

AjHsuiopeeten, McCoy 144 

J,.f tf/|>er«trte(t», n.8.,'Wliite, 1880, pi. zxxtU, flga. 4 a, 5 144 

Gf^ri^Uui, Defrance .'. 145 

O. mofUanamtiif Meek, 1873, pL xxxrii, flga. la, 5 : 145 

FoLieite, Scopoli 146 

V. rubinibrieata, Meek, 1878, pi. xxxrii, figs. 2 o^ 145-146 

r. iModioUna) ptofynoto, n. s.. White, 1880,>pl. xxxrii, figs. 8 a, 5 146-147 

MytiiuM, Llnnens 147 

M. ttMtoi, Whitfield, 1877, pL xxxvii, fig. 9a 1«7 

Trigonia, Bmgnidre 14T 

r mcntanaeruig. Meek. 1873, pi. xxxviii, fig. 2 a 147-146 

T. anygrieana, Meek, 1873, pi. xxxviii, flgs.la,5 146 

4«faH#, Sowerby 146 

A rddbordi, n. s.. White, 1880, pL xxxrii, figs. 6 o^ 5 149 

Cardinia, Agassis *. 149 

apraieiia, n. s.. White, 1880, pL xxxvii, figs. 7 a, 6 149-160 

^Tanondia, Lyoett 166 

r. ixtMUO, White,1880,pLxxxvill,fig.4a 186 

Fholadowifa, Sowerby *- 166 

P. Hfljfii, Meek, 1878, pL xxxylii, figs. 8 a, ft 166-lSl 

Qoniemya, Agassis 161 

9. nuMitanaawit, Meek, 1873, pL xxxrii, fig. 8 a 161 

JTyoedlM (Sohlothehu), Monster ^61 

M. mbcoinpreuui. Meek, 1878, pi. xxxriil, figa. 6a-« «. 161-162 

•i^o*oma,n.g., White, 1880 162-168 

L-powHK, White, 1876, pL xxxviii, figa.6a-4 ^.. 168 

HO. 

WHtTE, C. A. Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology No. 8. Fossils fix>m the 
Carboniferous Books of the Interior States. < Twelfth Annual Beport of the 
U. S. Oeol. and Geog. Surv. of the Terr, (for the year 1878). pp. 155-171, pis. 
Kxxix-xlii. Washington, 1883. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1880. Svo, pp. 155-171, and plates 
xxxix-xlii. Three hundred separates printed. See remarks following entry No. 
93. Tbe series of contributions closes with No. 8, and it is not again resumed in 
that form. 

Twflnty-ei{;ht species are described and flgnred, part of which are new. 
* Avw, to loosen, and <r»fia, the body. 



WBTTINOB OF C. A. WHITE. 165 

Aetimtma, 

ZupkrentU^ lUfliiMqiie 196 

Z. OKpHca, White, 1882. pi. xzxix, figs, t a, b 156-158 

Z. MlMolo, WUte dt Whitf., 1882, pt uxiz, flgt. 8 <Ml 166 

Sadroph^m, Edwftrda &.HaiDe 156 

JT.yteiw, Wbite.l883,pLzzxix,flgB.6«,6 156-167 

2h9*49»M<mi. Sdwu^ & Haine 157 

L.etpantum, White, 1876, pL xxxiz, Acs. 4 a, ft 157 

OftonopAyflMm, Bdwards & Haino 157 

afMia<iffi«t.ii.s.,Wliite.l880, pLxuix,flg. la 157 

Jf{dka»fiia,DeKoiiinck 167 

U.t ptaemUa, n. a.. White, 1880, pi. uziz, flgs. 1<mI 167-168 

IT. MpaiiM,ii.8.,White,1880,pLxxxix,fl^2a,ft 168 

XiMMfroKom, naming 156 

L. mieroftylwM. n. ■., Whito, 1880; pL xl, fig. 7 a 160 

£. ««N<Bari; CMtelnan, pL xl, figs. 8 a, 6 16»-180 

MuM mc dwm a ta . 

PIol^w-iiMft, Miller 160 

P.»onMiM<f,Wlklte,1878,pLzl,flg.6o 186.181 

8oapk(oeriinu,BaSi 161 

A ^Offmi, White, 1878, pLxl,flg. 4 a 181-182 

A^urbyi, White, 1878, pi xl,flg. 8 o 182 

J,ctifMMrini4«, Miller 162 

A. wacktmmiki, n. s.. White, 1880, pL xl, flgs. 1 a, 6 182-188 

L^idmtket,M.SLW 183 

j;. MBfti, White, 1878»pLxl,flgs. a a» 6 188-164 

MoOutotL 

JfofiUMOidM. 

Broekiopoda, 

Orfftif , Dalman 164 

0.ai«m«i, White, 1860, pLxU,flgs. 4 o-d 164-165 

JS^fiMifttfiMna, Viicher 165 

JKLottMtiHM, White, 1882, pLxli,flge. 5 o^ 185 

4»<fV«r, Sowerby 185 

&«ii5MnU<A>ni»to,Hall,1858,pLzli,flgs.2<i-o 166-188 

JfoOitfoa, MTO. 

Oomek{/0ra. 

AntkraeopUra,QtlUT 186 

^.jpoilfa. n.t.. White, 1880, pLjtUi, figs. 6 0,6 186 

ilMarteOa, HaU 188 

Xyiirf«y{,White,1878,pLzlii,flg>.8«,6 166-187 

iUforiMno, King 187 

jLmoruMMiuit, White. 1876; pLx]i,flgs.lfl» 6 107-188 

Oattmvpoda. 

EuotnphahUtSawethj 107 

JLiprifi^vaXefwit, White, 1876, pLxli. figs. la» 6 167-188 

Plo^rMTM, Corned '. 188 

P.tH6«ioffMi,n.8.,White,1880.pLzli,flgs.8a,6 108 

JfoKooiMit, McCoy 188 

jr.mew a i^ra, n. ■♦, White, 1880;pL xlii,flg>. 8<»-o 188 

PlMTOIoiiMria, Defraooe 100 

P.6roadA«a<i»,n.8,White,1880,pLzlii,flga.la,6 100 

P.iwMrporteiit{t,n.B.,White,1880,pLz]ii,flge.2a,6 100 

Ptinpoda. 

OomdariatliSOtBr 170 

a«niftela,n.s.,White,1880.pLxlil,ilg.4« 170 



JTmIOmi, Breynins 170 

jy.da n eiB w Mit, White, 1878, pLxlii,ilg. 7 • 170-171 

Ywmm. 

8trpuUi,'Lbmmu» 171 

A iiMifci. Whiter 1878, pLxlli,il^8i§ ^. 171 



J 



166 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSJgUM. 

111. 

White, C. A. Forestry in the Great Prairie Region. <American Jonmal of Forestry, 

vol. i (May No.), pp. 366-;J70. Cincinnati, 1883. 
Same. Cincinnati, 1883. 8vo, pp. 1-6. Forty separates printed without title-page, 

or covers, but repaged. 

Thifi Joamal was started at the beginning of 1883, with Dr. F. B. Hough as editor and 
Bobert Clarke & Co. as publishers. It was published one year and then discontinued. 

112. 

Whitb, C. a. The reversion of Sunflowers at night. <Nature. 4to, voL [xxviif ] p. 
241. London and New York, 1883. 

Sunflowers are observed to turn to the eastward immediately after dark. 

113. 

White, C. A. New Mollnscan forms from the Laramie and Green River groups; 
with discussion of some associated forms heretofore known. <P)noc. U. S. Na- 
tional Museum, vol. v, pp. 94-99, pis. i-ii. Washington, 1883. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1882. 8vo, pp. 94-^99, and two 
plates. One hundr ed and fifty separates printed, together with the paper of the 
next entry, without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

Six species are described and figured as new ; and Paramelania, Smith, is figured and com- 
pared with Pyrffuilifera, Meek. Also the discovery of the under valve of Anomia miercnema 
is announced snd figured; and the prismatic structure of that valve suggested as the cause 
that it has so generally been destroyed. 

Page. 

ITfiio, Betdus 94 

r. cttnopwtAitf.n. 8., White, 1882, pL ill, figs. land 2 M 

a>fW«rf«,Milhlfeldt 94 

O. 6«tAotwK, U.S., White, 1882. pi. iv, figs. 1-8 9i-05 

a »tt^lk«yi, n. s., White, 1882, pL iv, figs. 4-6 95 

J^T^ritina, Lamarck 95 

N. &run«ri, n. s., White, 1882, pL iv, figs. 7 and 8 95-«6 

Jfslonoptif, Lamarck 96 

M. amerieana, n. s., White, 1882, pL iv, figs. 9 and 10 96 

OompelomA, Baflneeque 97 

O.produeta, n. s., White, 1882, pi. iii, figs. 7-9 97 

114. 

Whitb, C. A. The Mollnscan Fauna of the Truckee Group, including a new form. 

<Proc. U. S. National Museum, vol. v, pp. 99-101, pi. i. Washington, 1883. 
Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1882. 8vo, pp. 99-101, and one 

plate. One hundred and fifty separates printed, together with the paper of tho 

last entry, without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

Nine species are figured, which constitute the entire mollascan fauna of tho Truckee Group 
as it was then known to the author. A species of LoHa is described, which is the only one of 
that genus yet known in North America. 

Page. 

JfslaniaMulpeaif, Meek, pLv, fig. 1 100 

MOaiUa mbieulptUii, Meek, pi. v, fig. 2 100 

Melania taylori, Gabb, pL v, fig. 3 100 

LUha9iattntiqua,Ga,hb,pi.x,tg.4 100 

Oarini/ex (Vorticifex) tryoni, Meek, pL v, figs. 5-7 100 

Cfarinifez {Voriic\fex) binneyi. Meek, pi. v,figs.8and9 100 

Aneylus undulattu, Meek, pL v, figs. 10 and 11 100 

ififl)A<erianin^i7o»«m, Meek, pi. V, figs. 14-16 lOo 

Sphariumf idahoense, Meek, pi. v, figs. 12 and 13 100 

iatiadattu, U.S.. White, 1882, pi V. figs. 17-20 100-101 



WRITINGS OF C. A. WHITE. 167 

115. 

White, C. A. A Review of the Non-Marine Foflsil MoUnac* of North Americ*. <Third 
Annnal Rox>ort of the Director of the United States Geological Snrvey to the Sec- 
retary of the Interior, 1881-'e!2. By J. W. Powell, Director, pp. 40a-650 and pla. 
p. i-xxxii. Washington, 1^183. 

Ssine. Washington: Goyemment Printing Office, 1683. Imp. dvo, pp. 1-80 and pis. 
1-32. One hundred copies printed early in 1883 with paging, nombering of the 
plates, and title-page separate from that of the volume. 

Same. One hundred more copies printed at the time of the issuance of the volume in 
1884. 

This memoir oontsina a diaeoMion of the ftwniliea which are repreaeoted ia the braekiah and 
freeh water depoetta, ad annotated catalogue of all the known apedea in the order in which the 
ftuvationa occur, general diacnaaion of the conditiona which prerailed when the roollaska 
lired, and the manner in which the linea of deaoent of a part of them hare been oontinned to 
the preaent time. Two hundred and twenty 'aeven apeciea are notleed, all of which ate Ulna- 
fcrated. Althoagh the volnme of which thia work ia an eztractk beara tiie date 1883 upon ita 
title-page, the rohmie, aa a whole, waa not iaeaed nntil near the middle of 1884. 

(The pagination in' the aeparatea ia diiferent from that in the volome. Both are referred to.] 

DSVoxiAM. Page. 

StnpkUsi grmndatva^ Dawaon, pLi,flg.l 40,456 

AfUMi0iftte/Mi^«Mtafa(yannxem).UaU,pLi,flga.2and8 18,424 

Aaod(mlaf0attdK»en«a(Yannxem),Hall.pLi,flg.4 18»494 

CABBOMIFBBOUB. 

Pupmvtttuta, Dawaon, pi ii, flga. 1 end 2 60,466 

DmMOfMOa medfci, Bradley, pLii,flga. 8 and 4 47,458 

IntAroeopupn oAiomm, Whitfield, pL ii, flga. 5-8 50,456 

Pupa bi^byi, Dawiion. pL il. flga. and 10 , 50,456 

Pfi^ vernnUionenni, Bradley, pL ii, figs. 18 and 14 50,456 

Z^mUm pritevs, Dewaon. pL ii, figs. 11 and 12 !, 47,458 

NaiadUet earbonaria, Dawson, pi. ii. fig. 15 .' 10,425 

N(dadUe$ domgata, Dawson, pi. ii, fig. 16 18^425 

NaiadiU* letvit, Dawson, pi. ii, fig. 17 10,425 

JUBASaiC AND TBLASSia (t) 

ITino HMMrdu. White, pLUi, fig. 1 20,426 

Taia nitM<w, M. de. H., pL ii(, figa. 2-4 20,426 

XJwio erUtonenHt, Meek, pL iii, fig. 5 10,425 

Planarbit V€temu9, M. & H., pL ill, fig. 6 40,446 

Valvata Bcabrida, M. & H., pL iii, fig. 7 64,470 

Vvnpanugmianut.'H. & H., pL iii, fig. 8 60.470 

JAoplaeodMt V0iernu9, M. de. H., pL ili, fig. ., 60.470 

^mCtna ne5nisoen«<«, H. & H., pL iii, figs. 10, 11 61,457 

CBITACBOUS. 

MargmrUanamhratemtit, M. & H., pL !▼, figa. 1 and 2 2i,427 

Oynna daioUnsis, M. dt H., pL ir, figs. 3 and 4 80,436 

Phyta f White, 1879. pLiv,flg.6 88,444 

U«io pemUHmtu, (Hbb, pL v, fig. i 21,427 

TTnio kubbardii, Gabb, pi. v.figa, 2and8 21,477 

Ojfrtna carUUmi^ Meek, pi v. flgs,4and5 80,436 

Ancfmia prapatoris. White, pLv, figs. 6 and 7 16,422 

Ntritina (VelaUaa) freltafii^ Meek, pi. t, fig8.8and0 52,458 

NerUina {TetaUUa) eardUaidet, Meek, pi. v, fig. 10 52,458 

N*riHna bantsteri^ Meek. pi. v, figs. 11 and 12 52,458 

Mtiampu* f antigttui. Meek, pLv, figs. 13-16 38,444 

MdampuMt , Meek. 1873, pLv, fig. 17 88,444 

Pkgn earUtani. Meok, pi. v, fig. 18 43,449 

Fo^fola nana. Meek, pL t, flga.l9and20 64,470 



168 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

BBAB BiyiB, LARAMIB. 

ITmo 6«tt^>iwNi(u«, Meek, pi. vi, figs. 1-3 U,4M 

Pyrgulifera hutnerotat Meek, pL vl, flgf. 4-« 51,460 

Goniobtuis (Mfumi, White, pi. vi, flg«.7-8 58,463 

Ooniofrom eAry«atioulMi, White, pi. vi, figs. ID and 11 86,462 

Goniobatit maeilenta, White, pL vi, fig. 12 86»461 

Goniofromeftrytalit, Meek, pi. Tiflgii. 13 and 14 6^4» 

Limnaa (LimnophyM) nitidula. Meek, pi. vi, figs. ISaad 16 38^44& 

Pftyta ? Wbito, 1880, pi. vi, flg. 17 43.44ii 

Limntm (AcsUa) haldemani. White, pl.vi, figs. 10uid20 '. 39.44ft 

Unio vetuttus, Ueek, pi vli.flgs. 1-4 24.4801 

Ntritina natieiformU, White, pi. vii, figs. 5ADd6 62.468* 

6onio6am «nd{iMt, White, pL vli, flgs. 7-0 67.468- 

Viviparui coueni^ White, pi. viii, fig. 1 61,467' 

BKytophorut pritoua, Meek, pi. viii, flgs. 2 and 8 88»444 

Bhytophorut msekii. White, pi. viii, flgs. 4aDd 5 88,444 

Oampeloma macro*pira. Meek, pi. viii, flgs. 6aDd7 61.461^ 

Oorbieula {VeloriUna) durkeei. Meek, pL viii. flgs. 8-U 31^487 

Oorbieuiapyri/ormiM, Meek, pi. vUi, flgs. 1^-16 86f44»i 

LABAJOB. 

Ottrea glabra, U. & H., pis. ix-xi, and pL xii, flg. 1 15.421 

Ottr$a tubtrigonoHt, Evans 4& Sbumard, pi. xii, figs.2-6 16,481 

Anomia mieronema. Meek, pi. xil, flgs. 6-11 16.482 

Anomia gryphorhynehut, Meek, pi. xil flgs. 12-15 16.422 

FotMtta (JBroMydonteff) r«s;taarw, White, pi. xiil, flg. 1 17.428 

ToUeOa {BraehydonUt) loHeottata, White, pi. xiif, flg. 2 17.488 

UfUo proavUui, White, p\. xiil,fl«8. 3-6 27,483 

rnio^onionotta, White, pi. xiii. flgs. 7-10 27.483 

Uniopruoui, M. &.H., pi. xiv, flg. 1 28^482 

UfUo 9ub»patuUUus, Meek, pL xiv, flgs. 2 and 3 25.481 

ITnio prifiuwitf, White, pi. xiv. flgs. 4 and 5 20^433 

UtUo cryptorhynehtit, White, pi. xiv, flgs. 6 and 7 25,481 

Vniomidliehi, White; pi. xv, flgs. 1 and2 28^488 

Vniopropheiieui, White, pi. xv, flg. 8 27.438 

Cnio aldrichi. White, pL xv, flgs. 4,5 27.488 

Unio coiutii. White, pi. xvi, flg. 1 26.488 

Unio holmenanut, White, pi. xvi, flgs. 2-6 27,483 

Uniobraehyopitthui, White, pi. xul, flgs.7and8 27,488 

UniodaruB, M. &H., pi. xvii, flgs. 1-3 25^43] 

Unio d€toeyanu9, M. & H., pi. xvii, flgs. 4 and 5 25,481 

OorMoMia oeeidmtoZw, M. &. H., pi. xvii, flgs. 6 and 7, pi. xxiii, flga. 1-6 81,487 

SptuBrium planum, M. 4c H., pi. xvii, flg. 8 88.48ft 

Spharium netieardinaU, M. &.H.,pl. xvii, flg. 38,48ft 

S. MubOUpHcum, M. &.H..pl. xvii, flg. 10 88.4aft 

8,/ormo9um, M. & H.. pi. xvii, flg. 11 88.489i 

Unio meridax. White, pi. xviil, flgs.3-6 27,483; 

Uniodanct, M. ^dH.,? pL xviii, flgs. land 2 27.488: 

Oorbula undi/era, Meek, pi. xviii, flgs. 6-9 36^440* 

Oorbulaund\ferarat.nUnindi/«ra, White, pi. xviii, flgs. 10 and 11 d6^440< 

Oortmla maetrsformii, M. &H.,pl. xviii. flgs. 12-15 36k440> 

jlTnio weMotus, White, pi. xix,flgs. land 2 28^488 

/C7f^ ^ofiiamftonattM. White. pL xix, figs, 8 and 4 27.433 

Anodanta paralUla, White, pL xlx, flg. 5 28,489 

Anodonta propaUtrii, White, pi. xix, flgs. 6-9 28,429 

Oorbuia»vbtrigon9lxM,U.6LB.,p\. xix, flgs. 10-17 36i442 

Oorbieula{Leptetthe9)/raeta, Meek, pi. xx, flgs. 1-6 38,489 

jChrbieula dfibumi. White, pi. xx, flgs. 7-0 31,487 

Corbioula tubeUipHea, M. & H., pL xx. flgs. 10 and U 31,437 

Corbieulanebratcmsu,M.&,K.,p}. xx, figs. 12 a^d 18 31.487 

Pigidiwn taginatum. White, pl.xx, flgs. 14 and 15 ....^,.... 84,440 

OorMtfttIa 5«rtA<mdi, White, pi. xxl. flgs. 1-3 32,488 

CorbUtUa attgtuyi, u. f., Wliite, 1888, pi. xxl,figs.4-6 .., ,, -. 88,488 

Oorbieula ufnbontUa,Ueek, pi. xxi, flgs. 7-10 82.438 

porbipula [Lfptesthpt) macropUtfyij White, pi. xxi, flgs. It-lf ...,,^. .„,,.,„,., 31,437 



wbiunqs op c. a. white. 169 

Page. 

CbrM0Hte4yC*«i/brM<ff, M. ft H., pi. zxU, flgt. 1-4 Sl,437 

CbrMntte (X«pl«*Aet) yfanH m ttmo. Meek, pL txH, flg^ 7«9 81,487 

OvrMoulA (£«pCM<A«ff) oorvKiiii^ormte, White, pL xxii, figs. 10-15 81,437 

0brftioiiiao6«M. White. pL xxiii, flgs. 7-U 31,487 

ir«riiMiaiwfoa»fB«afa,Whito,pl.xxiii,flgs.l2aiid]8 6a;468 

ifm<iiM bTMiMri, White, pL xxiii. flgi. 14 and 16 68,400 

2f«iC<iMi(F«tef«Ba)6<4»fMta^ White, pL xxiii, ilgs. 10-20 68,458 

JMflMOfMWMMriaoM, n. g., White, 1888, pL xxiii, flgi. 31-28 55,461 

Limmam (Pk/mrgHmntBa) tmmcottata, M. A EL. pL xxiii, flg. 24 30,445 

OMnopiOatiMTfMcIa, White, pt xxiii, figs. 26-20 58^464 

Tt^poTM riterat, H. & H., pi. xxiT, iigt. l-« 61,4«7 

Vimpmrm conirmdi, M. & H., pL xxir, flgt. 4p-6 61,407 

Tiv^pontt feidyi, H. & H., pL xxir, flg. 7 61,467 

Ti9ipmnuUid^rme./6rmonu,M.AU., pi. xxiv. figs. 8 and 61,467 

Ttiv^pantf trtMdMA>rm{ff. M. & H., pi. xxIt, flgs. 10-16 61-467 

Ailo«Mia CAMH>Mmi, White, pL xxiT, flga. 17-22 61,467 

?t«qMirM«j>MMUar<«, ILftH.. pLxxiT, flgB.28aiid24 61,467 

yimf€uru9 pHeapr§$tui, White, pi. xxir, flgs. 25 and 26 61,467 

Atffoloxitf mimctM, H. 4d H., pL xxiT. flg. 27 46,451 

P%Mia0p«i, White. pL xxT, flge. 1 and 2 44,450 

PftyM/aliff, White,pLxxv, flg.3 44,450 

Buttmu di^fundui, White, plxxr, flgt.4and6 ...< 45^451 

JhfliiMtf otavM, White, pL xxT, figa 6 Mkl 7 44,450 

Bu Unua Umgkmuku, M. A H.. pi. xxy, flg. 8 46,451 

BMltettf r*om5oid«Mt,lLdkEL, pLxxT, flg.0 45^451 

B ut i muB mibdongatut, H. & H.. pL xxr, flga. 10 and 11 44,460 

JWttr*o»a6«iMi», White, pi. XXV, flgs. 12-14 48,454 

Oaimimna tsret, M. A H., pL xxv. flg. 15 48,454 

O a im i m n a PTrntowto, M. A H.. pL xxv, flg. 16 48,454 

Tiv^ontfjmMlmtiiw.White, pLxxT, flga.l7andl8 61,467 

nviparutpanguiiehentU, White, pL xxt, flgs. 10^21 61,467 

FS*^arMr^ynold«i«Mf*.114DH., pLxxT, flg8.22and28 61,467 

Thmmutut Ummg\formit, M. A H.. pL xxv. flg. 24 48,454 

Jfitente wyofMifvmWf. Meek. pL xxTi, flgs. 1-8 54^460 

JMoniaiiwei^pta, Meek. pL xxvi, flgs. 4 and 5 54,460 

tfofttodMitMmMM, M.&H., pl.xxTi,flgs.6and7 87,468 

GimUbatU eonv^aea VM, ifnpreiiOt M.&H., pLxxTi, flgs. 8 and 57,468 

(hidQbatitt omitto, K. & H., pL xxri, flg. 10 87,468 

O^niobatii Umt io ar inata,yL A B., pLxxvi,flg.ll 87,468 

emie6affogra«aMito,Meek,pLxxTi. flgs.l2andl3 87.468 

ecmUbati9nsbra9em9i»,U.ScR.,TpliixvU flgs.l5andl6 57,468 

e«iticbatitinventuta,U.SLU., pLxxvi. flg.17 87,468 

Gcniobatit nMavit, H. 4& H., pi xxvi. flg.18 67,468 

Limmtmt eompaOOU, Meek, pLxxvi. flg. 14 89^445 

OtrUMdmt nebnuMnm, M. & H., pLxxTi,flg.l9 87,468 

MXcropyrgut minutultu, M.&H.. pLxxvl, flg. 20 50^466 

Oam^eloiiMiprodMela, White, pL xxvi. flgs. 21-27 68,460 

Oa wjul oma muUmnsata, M. A H.,pLxxvii, flgs.1-7 68,460 

Ottmpelmma vetuto, M. & H.. pL xxvii. flgs.8and9 68,460 

OompeiomamulHttTiata,U.ScB., pLxxvii, flg. 15 68,460 

TiviponalMi, M. & H.. pL xxvii, figs. 10-14 61,467 

Pf«u>rM« wmvoiulM, M. ^^ H., pi. xxvii, fig. 16 41,447 

PimiorbU (BatM^cmphaku) planoconvexus, Id. Sc. U., pLxxvii, figs. 17 and 18 41,447 

Pttmorbis {Bathyomphahu) amplexus, M.Sc H., pLxxvii, figs.l0and20 41.447 

Ftanorhit {Bathyomphaltu) kanabemis, M.dtH., pLxxvii, figs. 21-23 41,447 

VtOMOat montanaentU, Meek, pL xxvii, fig. 24 64,470 

Toicttanawmbaieata, M.^lt H., plxxvii, fig.25 64,470 

SyoXnaf «MNwi. M. ft H.. pL xxvii. flg. 26 46,452 

HyoXnaf <HieidenUUis,U.&,n., pL xxvii. flg. 27 46,452 

JMisf f>rt»#to,M.&H., pLxxvii, flg. 28 48,464 

Sdkc evamtonensit, White, pLxxvii, flgs.20-31 48,464 

JM^SMsmtto, White 48,454 

Tiirifia o6K9iMi,M. ft H., pLxxvii, flgs. 32 and 88 46^462 

e^mUbMitt «i<5torfiM»M. M. ft H., pLxxvii. flg. 34 87.468 

Ji|Mr»M««(aA«ffi^, White, pLxxvii^ flg. 85 ,.,..., , 60,469 



J 



170 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pace. 

jRydrobia »%tbeoniea, Meek, pi. xxvii, flic. 86 50,4tt 

Hydrobia f euUmoidst, Meei, pLxxvii, flg.87 50,4«5 

Mydrohia recta. White, plxxvli, flg.38 60,465 

Hydrobia anthonyi, M.&. H.,pLxxvil, flg.3» 50,465 

Hydrohia xoarrenana, IL Sc H., pL zxrii, fig. 40 50,466 

XOCEXS. 

Unto clifiopwtAiM, White, pL xxviii, figs. 1 and 2 28,484 

Unio iho$honen$i9. White, pL xxviii, fig. 3 38^435 

Unto Aaj/deni, Meek, pi. xxviii, figa. 4and 5 29,485 

Unio vashakimmt. Meek, pi. xxriii, fig. 6-8 29,485 

l7mo eett»noid«. Hall, pL xxviii, fig. 9 29,486 

PlanorbU iOyraulut) milOarif, White, pi. xxviii, figs. 10 and 11 41,447 

Bythindla grtgaHa, lleek, pi xxTiii.flgs. 12 and 13 60,466 

BtUimu* floridantu, Conrad, pU xxviii, fig 14 48,454 

Mekmia elaihom^mis, Heilprin, pi. xxviii, fig. 15 54,460 

PlanorbU ittahentU, Meek, pi. xxix, figs. 1-3 41,447 

Planorbin utahenti* xaj. tpeetabOis, Meek, pLxxix, figa. 4-6 41,447 

FktnorbiM cirratui, White, pi. xxlx, flg,7 42.448 

Ptenorirt* o^ttoZw, White, pi. xxix. figs. 8-10 42,448 

Hdix peHpheria, White, pi xvix, figs. 11 and 12 49,455 

J7«Ux Wparia. White, pi. xxix, figs. 13 and 14 49,455 

FupaineolaHa, White, pi. xxix, figs. 15-17 60,456 

Flipa ataouneuJUi, White, pi. xxix,fig. 18 60,456 

Pupaarenxdck, White, pi. xxix, fig. 19 60,456 

Limncea iimUit, Meek) pi. xxix, figs. 20 and 21 89,445 

Limnata vetuiia, Meek, pi. xxix. figa. 22 and 23 89,445 

Limnma miniuteuln, White, pi. xxix, figs. 24 and 25 40,446 

Succmea (Brachytpira) papUHtjnra, White, pL xxix, fig. 26 51,457 

Anodonta deeurtata, Conrad, pi. xxix, figs. 27 and 28 73,479 

Macrocyelis tpatiota, M. dcH..pl. xxx, figs. 1-8 46,452 

EeUxf veUma,M. & H., pi. xxx, figs. 4 and 5 48,454 

Pkyta pUromatii. AThite, pi. xxx, figs. 6-8 44,450 

Phyta bridgerentitt Meek, pi. xxx, figs. 9 and 10 44,450 

Vi9iparut paludinafarmig, Hall, pi. xxx, figs. 11 and 12 62,468 

ViHparu* wyomingentii. Meek, pi. xxx, figs. 13 and 14 62,468 

Ocniob<ui» tenerOy Hall, and varieties, pi. xxxi ' 58,464 

, mOCBNS AND PUOCKIOtf 

Jfstefite •««iptai«, Meek, pi. xxxii, fig. 1 55.461 

MOania mbaetdptOii, Ideek, p\. xxxii, fig. 2 55.461 

Melania taytori, Gabb, pi. xxxii, fig. 3 55,461 

lAUiatia antiqua, Gabb, pL xxxii, fig. 4 59,465 

Carinifex {Vonie\fex) binneyi, Meek, pi. xxxii, fig8.5and 6 42,448 

Oarinifex (Vortic\fex) tryoni, Meek, pi. xxxii, figs. 7-9 42.448 

Aneylu8 undtdattu. Meek, pi. xxxii, fig. 10 45,451 

Spfugrium ruffotum. Meek, pi. xxxii, figs. 11-13 34.440 

Sphcgrium idahoense. Meek, pi. xxxii, figs. 14 and 15 34,440 

Planorbit vetuttiu, M. & H., pi. xxxii, figs. 16-18 42,448 

Planorbis leidyi, M. & H., pi. xxxii, figs. 19-21 42,448 

Planorbi9 nebra9eeniU, Evons Sc Shnmard, pi. xxxii, figs. 22 aod 23 42,448 

Planorbit lunata, Conrad, pi. xxxii, flgs.24aDd 25 42,448 

Limnaa meekii, Evans & Shumard, pi. xxxii, figs. 26 and 27 40,446 

Ltmncea ihumardi, M. &.H.,pl.xxii,figa.28and 29 40,446 

Limruea {PolythytU) hmgii, Meek, pL xxxii, figs. 80 and 31 40,446 

HeUxleidyi, Hnll d^ Meek, pLxxxii, figH.32 and 33 49,456 

Helix (ZoniteM) marginicola, Conrad, pi xxxii, fig. 34 47,453 

PAj/M Mcoltna, Evans & Shiunard, pi. xxxii, figs.35and36 44,450 

LatiadaUii, n. s. White, 1883, pi. xxxii, fig8.37-40 45,451 

Vniomeekii, White 28»4S4 

Unio Uai, 'hievk '. 28,434 

Viviparut ioniout, White 62»468 



WRITINGS OP C. A. WHITE. 171 

iia 

Whttb, C. a. Progress of Invertebrate Paleontology in the United States for the 
year 1882. < Amer. Nat., vol. xvii, pp. 598-603. Philadelphia, ld«S3. 

Sime. Philadelphia, 1883. 8vo, pp. 5(>8-<i03. One hundred separates printed with- 
ont title-page, covers, or repaging. 

This series of srtioles, which wss began for t! e year 1879, wa« discoatinued with this 
srtlele; bat the series is contioned by Mr. J. B. Marcoo. 

117. 

Whttb, C. A. Glacial Drift in the Upper Missouri River Region. < Amor. Jour. Sci., 

3d ser., vol. xxv, p. 206. New Haven, 1883. 
Same. New Haven, 1883. 8vo, p. 206. Twenty separates printed without title-page, 

covers, or repaging. 

The ezistcaDoe of trae nortlierD glacial drift in the region of the moath of the Yellowstone 
Birer is sanoanoed. 

118. 

Whttb, C. A. Late observations oonoeming the MoUnscan Fanna and the Geograph- 
ical extent of the Laramie Group. < Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. xxv, pp. 207- 
209. New Haven, 1883. 

Same. New Haven, 1883. 8vo, pp. 207-209. Twenty separates printed withont title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

The discovery of Lanunie fossils in the State of Kaevo Leon, Mexico, snd in the Ssskatoh- 
ewsn Valley, British America, is snnoanced. 

119. 

Whttb, C. A. On the existence of a deposit in Northeastern Montana and North- 
western Dakota, that is possibly equivalent with the Green River Group. 
<Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. xxv, pp 411-416. New Haven, 1883. 

Same. New Haven, 1883. 8vo, pp. 411-416. Twenty separates printed without title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

Some teleost fish remains were obtained from oertsin layers which rest comlbrmably apon the 
top of the Lsrsmle Oronp. On pages 414-416 of this article Prol B. D. Cope describes a new 
genos of flshes and two species. 

120. 

Whitb, C. a. The burning of Lignite in situ. < Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. xxvi, 
pp. 24-:as. New Haven, 1883. 

Same. New Haven, 1883. 8vo, pp. 24-26. Twenty separates printed without title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

The opinion is sdrsnced that the burning of the beds of lignite of the I«arMnie Groap hss 
been mainly the resolt of spontaneoas ignition, and that these fires probably began as early as 
the later Tertiary and before the advent of man. 

121. 

Whits, C. A. On the commingling of ancient fannal and modem floral types in the 
Laramie Group. < Amer. Jonm. Sci., 3d ser., vol. xxvi, pp. 120-123. New Haven, 
1883. 

Stnie. New Haven, 1883. 8vo, pp. 120-123. Twenty separates printed without title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

It is shown that well-known species of Miocene plants are found associated with Dinosaora 
sad characteristic Laramie moUosks. 



172 BULLETIN KO. 80, UKITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

122. 

Whitb, C. a. [Administrative report for the year ISSS^-'dS.] < Fontth Aonaal Re- 
port of the Director of the United States Geological Snryey, pp. ^-44. Wash* 
ingtOD, 1883. 

123. 

WuiTR, C. A. A review of the Fossil Ostreidce of North America ; and a comparison of 
the fossil with the living forms. <Fonrth Annual Report of the Director of the 
United States Geological Survey, pp. 281-333, and pis. xxxiv-lxxvi. Washing- 
ton, 1883. 

Same. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1883. Imp. 8vo, pp. 281-333, and 
pis. xxxiv-lxxvi. One hnndred separates printed with paper covers and title- 
page, bnt without repaging. ^ 

This work is an umotated oatftlogoe of the species. It oonteins two ftppendioes, by Pn^ A. 
Heilpriii and lir. John A. Byder, respeotlTely. The former is on the North Aflierioeii Tertlaiy 
Ottreidm, pp. 80»-318, snd pis. Ixli-lxxU. The Utter is a sketch of Hie Ufe-history of the oys- 
ter, pp. 317-833. and pis. Izziii-lxxTi. 

CABBOHIFBBOUS. 

(ktTM, LinnsDos 288 

O.palereula, Wlnchell, pi. xxxiT, figs. 1 and2 288 

JUBAflSIC. 

0§tr€a, Linnens 288 

O. engHmanni^ Meek, pi. xxxiv, flgs. 8and 4 288 

O. tlH^Oaaila, White, pi. xxxv, flgs. 8^11 288-388 

O. UlMCryonto) jproottrnftevw, White, pi. XXXV, flgs. 6-8 388 

Gryplumi, Lamarck 388 

G. eolosolo, Qaenstedt, var. ntbrasemtit, M. &H., pL xxxv, flgs. 1-6 288 

CBSTACIODB. 

Ottrea, Linnens 281 

O.ameriMMa, Deshayes, pL ivi, flgs. 1 and 2,pLlTil, flgs. land 2 281 

O. anomioiformis, Boemer 281 

O. anomiaidet. Meek, pi. xxxix 281 

O. *tppmta, Gabb, pi. xxxix, flg. 8 281-382 

O. Mki, Conrad, pi. xxxix, flg. 6 282 

O. bMarvgota, Shomard 282 

a beOtpUcata, Shomard. pi. Ixxvlii, flgs. 1-8 283 

O.btaetU, White, pL xIt, flg. 1, snd pi. xlvi, flg. 2 282 

O. barranuUi, Coqoand. pL xUt, flgs. 1 and 2, pL xIt, flg. 2, and pi. xlvi, flg. 1 282-388 

O. frrMMri, Oabb 283 

O. frf-yoni, Gabb - 288 

O. earinata (Lamarck). Roeifler, pl. xliii, flgs. 1-4 288 

O. coalvaientit. Meek, pL xxxvi, flgs. 1-4 291 

O. eof^frago9a, Conrad 283 

O. eonguta, Conrad, pl. xxxix, flgs. 11-13 294 

O.canvexa, Say, pl. xlTlii, flgs. 1-5 284 

O. eorUx, Conrad, pL xxxvii, flgs. 3and 4 284 

O. ertfnutoea, Tnomey 2M 

O. erMuhmargo, Boemer. pi. xliii, flgs. 8, 9 284 

O. crenuHnutrginata^ Gabb, pLxl,flg. 2 284 

O. cretaoea, Morton, Owen, pL xxxix. flgs. 1-8 284-285 

O, derUicuWera, Caand 286 

O.dUuviana, Linnens. pL xl, flg. 1, pLxU, flgs. land 2 285 

O. tiegantida, Newberry, pt xxxvi, flgs. 5-7 295 

O. MogyreUa, Gahh 288 

O./aleata, Morton, pl xlii, flgs. 2-9 206 

O.frantUni^ Coqoand, pL xxxix, flg8.1-8 286 

O. ffobbanna, H. & H ,,....*,,.»...,,^ ^., 206 



WRirnios OF c A. whitbl 173 

Fage. 

0.inor»afa,lCedt<.....4««* ^ ^ «. 908 

O. tdrtofwiff, 0«bb, pL ±xxlv, Hgs. t and 8 « 988 

O. (JiMtryoiiMi) tervo, Lamarck, pi. kUi HgB. M 988 

O. latera<M, y Uaaon - • 987 

0.iitfM.6*bb 987 

O.luffulmg, Conrad, pL xll, fig. 8 987 

O. lyMii, Shomard 987 

0.itPMilliiA>rmit,6ibbb,pLl.flg.8 987 

O. iMMMteriea, Morton, pL xUt flga. »-8 IBT 

C.mortani, Gabb 987 

O. ntMttOlmla, Ckmrad, pi. xzzrili, figs. 1 and9 906 

O. noMto, Morton, pL xlil, figs. 9-8 288 

O. otMfMMui, 8hnmard 988 

O. poiMta, Morton 908 

O. pande^ormU, (Hhh 908 

0. fNitina, M. & H., pL xlvii, flga. 4-« 288 

-O. jM0Kliariff. Conmd 288 

O.iMBiMJuIa, M. &H., pLl.flga.6aiid7 288 

O.j»laii0Mite,Sbnmard 288 

O.phimota, Morton, pL zxxril, figs. 8 and 6 988 

O.priMtiiilia, White, pLzl, flg8.5and6 988 

-O. gvmdHpUcaia, Shnmard, pL xUil, flgs. 6-7 288-888 

O. rofttufa, Conrad, pL xl, figs. 3 and 4 800 

■O. jon mio n i i ^ White, pL xIt, figs. 8-7 800 

<0. fobniMM, Meek, pL xlii, flg. 1 300 

•O. iubakUm, Meek, pL xxzix, ilg. 10 800 

•O.MftoMiIci, Sbnmard 801 

«0. tuttpatulaia, Eorbea, pL zxxrii, flga. 1 and 2 801 

<0. t t cti o o§ta ta, Gabb, pL 1, figs. 3 and 4 801 

<0. loroMK Morton 881 

«0.trwwfcMicla,M.ftH 801 

O. UtonMyi. Coqnand 801-809 

O. uM^onntt, Meek, pL xlviii, figs. 8 and 7 808 

O. wMtata, Conrad 808 

O. «om«r. Morton. pL xlriU, flgi. fr-10 808 

eruphtM, Lamarck 808 

g. mmero na ta , Gabb 808 

e. iiNiteMKf, Morton, pL zlTUi, flga. 1-6 808 

g. iMote, Coozad 808 

6. pttdkMi, Morton. pLzlix, figs. 1-0 802-808 

e.CMr/d^G^bb 308 

O. MfidHlorif , Lamarck, pL zlTlii, flga. 1-6 808 

G. vomer. Morton 808 

Maog^ra^Smj 808 

i?. orMiiia, Boomer, pi. iTi, flgs. 3-6 808-884 

J.«««iaa,Goldfnao.pLliii,flgs.land2 804 

M. eokm ht Btt , Meek, pL Iv, flgs. 6 and 8 804 

^. eMfote, Saj, pL Ivi, flgs. 1 and 8, and pL Irii, flgi. 1 Mid9 304 

£. /muriate, Conrad 806 

B./&mimaata, White, pi. Mi, figs. 1 and2 806 

i^./yogoM, Conrad 886 

X. intimipCa, Conrad 886 

S.lammeuia,'Boempr, pL lii, flgs. 8-6 80fr-308 

X. flMUib«roi»iaiia, d'Orbigny 808 

B. ptictUa, Lamarck. 



S. pendtrom*. Boomer, pi. 1, ^gs. 1 and 2. 
X. paratUica, Gabb, pt It, flgs. 3 and 4 . , 



S. lisBana, Boemer, pL li, flgs. 1-6.. 

2. woCbri, White, pL Ut, flgs. 1 and 2 807 

Jr. wJndbeOi, White, pL Iv, figs. 6 and 7 ; pL lyi, flga. 1 and 3 807 

LABAMn OBODP. 

Ottna Linnam. 

O.^abra, M. & H., pU. Iviii, llx. Ix. bri ! 307-808 

O. MMrn^ofUiKf, Brans & Shnmard, pL 1x1, flgs. 4-7 808 



174 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

124. 

White, C. A. [Review of] E. O. Ulrioh. Description of two new species of Crinoids. 
( Jonm. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. History, vol. v, No. 3, p. 118, pi. v. ) <Neae8 Jahrbuch 
flir Mineralogie, Geologic unll Palaontologie. 2. Band, p. 118. Stuttgart, 1883. 

125. 

WhitB} C. a. [Review of] P. de Loriol. Description of a new species of Bonrgneti- 
crinns. (Joum. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. History, vol. v, No. 3, p. 118, pi. v.) <Neues 
Jahrbnch fiir Mineni-logie, Geologie nnd Palaontologie. 2. Band, p. 118. Statt- 
gart,1883. 

126. 

White, C. A [Review of] S. A. Miller. Description of three new orders and four 
new families in the class Echinodemiata, and eight new species from the Silnrian 
and Devonian formations. (Joum. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. History, vol. v, No. 4, pp. 
221-231, pi. ix. <^Neues Jahrbuch ilir Mineralogie, Qeologie und Palaontolo^e. 
2. Band, p. 117. Stuttgart, 1883. 

127. 

White, C. A. [Review of] S. A. Miller. Description of three new species and re- 
marks upon others. (Joum. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. History, vol. v, No. 3, pp. 116-117, 
pi. V.) <^Neues Jahrbnch flir Mineralogie, G^logie und Paliiontologie. 2. Band, 
p. 98. Stuttgart, 1883. 

128. 

White, C. A. [Review of] C. Schlumberger. Remarks upon a species of Cristellaria. 
(Joum. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. History, vol. v, No. 3, p. 119, pi. v.) <Neues Jahrbuch 
fOr Mineralogie, (Geologic und Palaontologie. 2. Band, p. 409. Stuttgart, 1683. 

129. 

White, C. A. [Review of] vol. 3, Sapplement. Geology. U. S. Geographical Surveys 
West of the one hnndreth Meridian. <Neae8 Jahrbuch fUr Mineralogie, Creologie 
und Palaontologie. 1. Band, pp. 232-233. Stuttgart, 1883. 

130. 

White, C. A. [Review of] Geology of Wisconsin. Final reports of the State Geo- 
logical Survey. 4 volumes, royal 8vo. Published under the direction of the 
Chief (geologist by the Commissioners of Public Printing. <Neues Jahrbuch 
ftir Mineralogie, Geologie und Paliiontologie. 2. Band, pp. 341-349. Stuttgart, 
1883. 

131. 

White, C. A. [Review of] Clarence E. Dutton, Captain of Ordnance, U. S. Army. 
The Tertiary History of the Grand Cafiou District. 4 to, pp. i-xiv and 1-264 ; pis. 
i-xlii, with folio atlas containing 2H plates. Washington: Government Printing 
Office. 1882. <Nenes Jahrbuch ftir Mineralogie, Geologie und Palfiontologie. 
2. Band, pp. 190-191. Stuttgart, 1883. 

132. 

White, C. A. [Review of] John Collet t. Department of Geology and Natural His- 
tory. (Eleventh Annual Report, 1881, Indianapolis, 1882. 8vo, pp. 414, pis. Iv, 
and three small maps.) <Neues Jahrbuch lUr Mineralogie, (Geologic und Palaon- 
tologie. 2. Band, pp. 189-190. Stuttgart, 1883. 



WRITINGS OP C. A. WHITE. 175 

133. 

Whitb, C. a. [Beview of] S. A. Miller. Description of ten new species of fossils. 
(Jonm. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hist., vol. v, No. 2, pp. 79-88, pis. lii-iv.) <Nenes 
Jahrbnch iUr Minc^alogie, Geologic nnd Palfiontologie. 2. Band, p. 98. Stutt- 
gart, 1883. 

134. 

Whttb, C. a. [Review of] S. A. Miller. Description of two new genera and eight 
new species of fossils from the Hadsou River Group, with remarks upon others. 
(Joum. Cinciunati Soc. Nat. Hist., vol. v, No. 1, pp. 34--44, pis. i and ii.) 
<Neoee Jahrbnch fUr MinenUogie, Geologic nnd Paliiontologie. 2. Band, pp. 
97-98. Stuttgart, 1883. 

135. 

Whttk, C. a. [Annual report to the director of the National Museum. ] <Report 
of the Assist^t Director of the U. S. National Museum, G. Brown Goode, for the 
year 1882. pp. 31-32. Washington, 1883. 

A portion of Dr. White's statements and lecommendatioQS are quoted. 

136. 

Whttk, C. A. On the Macrocheilus of Phillips, Plectostylus of Conrad, and Solen- 
iscus of Meek 4& Worthen. <Proc. U. S. National Museum, vol. vi, pp. 184-187, 
pi. viii. Washington, 1884. 

Same. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1884, 8vo, pp. 184-187, pi. viit 
One hundred and fifty separates printed without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

Many of the Carboniferous speoSes which have hitherto been referred by anthora to Jfo^ro- 
tMinu are herein referred to Solmiaoiu. 

Page. 

6Uttdaeu$f (MaerockgOui) pimderomu. Swallow f pL rlli, flga. 1 aad S 187 

i8bl0niw««/(Jra4ToeA«aMt)prim^«N<M. Conrad, pi. Ttii, flg.8 187 

Stlmimm* {MaeroeKeUuM) jUti/wmU, Hall. pi. viii. flga. 4-« 187 

SoUnUeuM (MacroeheiluM) newherryi. Hall, pi. viii, flga. 7 and 8 187 

A»lMHM«w|>IaiHM, White, pL viii. flga. 0, 10 187 

8(Mid»eH» {Maerocheaut) vtntricomu. Hall, pi. viii, figs. Ilandl2 187 

aolmdtcua {MtuToehMuM) Uxanui, 9\mmvtA, ^ ylii, flga. 13 and 14 187 

JMnn«eK#7(Jfam»eA«aM)inediali« M. &. W., pi. viii, flga. 15andl6 ^ 187 

SolgKi»eu» {MacrocUOut) p9iudima/9rm)U, HaU, pL viii, flg. 17 187 

A4M<«0iafKf»eM, M.&W..pLviii,flga.l8andlO 187 

137 

Whttk, C. A. On the character and function of the epiglottis in the Bull snake 
(Pityophis). <Amer. Nat., vol. xviii, pp. 19-21. Philadelphia, 1884. 

Same. Philadelphia, 1884, 8vo, pp. 19-21. Fifty separates, printed without title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

It ia ahown that the hoarse hisa of this snake is prodaoed by the flattering of the thin erect 
epiglottis in the current of air expelled from the rima glottidia. 

138. 

Whitb, C. A. The permanence of the domestic instinct in the eat. <Amer. Nat., 
vol. xviii, pp. 213-214. Philadelphia, 1884. 

Same. Phihidelphia, 1884, 8vo, pp. 213-214. Fifty separates printed without title- 
page, covers, or repaging. 

A story of a cat wiiioh had spent a year alone in the wilderness of the Upper HiaaoorL 



176 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITKD STATES NATIONAL IdOSfiUM. 

139. 

Whitb, C. a. Glacial drift in Montana and Dakota. <Amer. Jonr. Soi. 3d ser., voL 

xxYii, pp. 112-113. New Haven, 1884. 
Same. New Haven, 1884, 8vo 3d ser., vol. xxvii, pp. 112-113. Twenty sepaiatet 

printed without title-page, covers, or repaging. 

The preaenoeof true northern gUclal drift is observed along the Upper IdMOiui Biver, from 
the Great Falls to Bismarok. 

140. 

Whitb, C. a. Description of certain aberrant forms of the Chamidie ftom the Cre- 
taceous rocks of Texas. <Ball. of the U. 8. Geol. Snrv. No. 4. On Meaosoio 
fossils, pp. 5 (93)-9 (94), pis. i-v. Washington, 1684. 

Fage 

Jtsquienia, Malherim < 

£.pa<a9»aCa.n.8..White,188i,pLi,flgt.l-8,aDdp1.ii,iig8.1-4 6-7 

Jt. tesona, BoBmer, 1852, pL 11, figs. 5-7 7 

Jfonoplmfra, Matheron : , 8 

Jf.i»areida,n.».. White, 1884, pla. ill and iv _ S 

Jf.p<«^u<iOMto.n.a., White, 1884, pi. V 8^ 

• 
141. 

White, C. A. On a small collection of Mesozoic fossils, obtained in Alaska by Mr. 
W. H. Dall, of the United States Coast Survey. <Ball. of the U. S. Geol. Surv, 
No. 4. On Mesozoic fossils, pp. 10 (98H^ (103), pi. vi. Washington, 1884. 

Pagv. 
MoUutca. 

AtioeBo, Keyserling U 

^.con«Mfr»oa,Fi8oberyar. White, 1884, pi. vi, figs. 2-12 «.. lS-14 

OKpHna, Lamarck 14 

afdatt«,n.».,White,1884,pl.vi.flg.l 14 

BtflMiMiitM, Lamarck 14 

£.ma0rieaK«,n.s., White, 1884, pLvi, figs. 13-14 14-15 

142. 

Whitb, C. A. On the Nautiloid genus Enclimatoceras Hyatt, and a description of 
the type species. <Bnll. of the U. S. Geol. Surv. No. 4. On Mesozoic foBsils. 
pp. 16 (104)-17 (105), pis. vii-ix. Washington, 1884. 

Page. 

J^0Nmatootra«,n.g., Hyatt, 1884 16-17 

JL(jraiitaitf)«<ri«ft<,n.8., White, 1884, pis. ▼ii.viU. and ix 17 

143. 

White, C. A. On the adaptability of the prairies for artificial forestry. <Scienoe,. 
40, vol. iii, pp. 43&-44:). Cambridge, 1884. 

The view ia held that the prairie soil is well adapted to the growth of forest trees ; and that 
the prairies are each only hecaose their occupation by forests has not been aooompliahed by 
the natural distribution of trees ; also that such distribution has long been retarded by prairie 
tires. 

144. 

White, C. A. Enemies and parasites of the oyster, past and present. <Scienoe, 4to, 
vol. iii, p. 618. Cambridge, 1884. 

It is shown that OUona or a similar burrowing sponge infested certain Braehiopod sheila as 
early as the Deronian, and that they were as common upon the fossil Ottreidm as upon the Ut* 
ing. Also that remains of star fishes are rarely found with fossil Ottrtida, although they are 
so common an enemy to living oysters. 



WBI1BI60 OF a A. WHITE. 177 

145. 

WteB, a A. Cegtoin phiiM in thegeokigiMl hktoijof tiia N«^ JbowtioMi Conti. 

nmt) Mologieally eonaidered. <Ptooeoding8 d the WiMhingtos Biological So- 

dety.^ Yol. Uj pp. 41-60. Washington, 1884. 
8«m0. One hundred separatee printed with paper ooTer% title-pagOy and repaging. 
▲diiiMS M ntUB|( praddcot of tlM BI6k«ioel aod^y of WaiU^^ 

146. 

Weitk, G. a. Foflsihi of the Indiana rocks. No. 3. ^Indiana, Department of Geol- 
ogy and Natural History. Thirteenth ananal report^ John GoUa^ State geolo- 
gic pp. 105-180, pis. zxlii-xxxix. Indianapolis, 1884. 

Thto pipo o«il«to« Mmt d wa atMp y WMwk * —4 d oo wi ftii w pi tto — — w ipedi, bat It 
k MritaOy 40f«««4 to tte TCFaUtoeMoB «f iPdl-kiiMra fiDHM. 
Same. Indianapolis, 1864, pp. — . Fifteen separates printed. 

FAUHA OF THB OOAL-MBASUBIS. 

« US 

F. i yW i i i n' w i > Jlschoi^ pL ^xUk tifffL 1-t. » ^.»...^ US-UT 



JLfaMfii.B.t.,Wklte,lf84,pLxztii,%k4aad6 »....'.. UT-IU 

XB p >o j i *lf l l ii«i,EdWMd> A Hidme 118 

L. fr6 i^ f tr mm , MeOhosaoy, pL zxlil, iga. eandT 118 

ilMpAyOMN^JBdwaidiAHslBe 118 

il.f«4fi»W]iitoA8t. Jolm,18S7,pLzxlii,ags.8a^0 118-119 

OiwpiipJI^iiiii, JEdwartto A Hahae «.». 110 

a to fynf m, OiM%1888, pL xxtU, ilffk 10^18 ^ 119 

jfiflMMo^deKooiBok 119 

K, mt0m§m, n. s^ White, 1881^ pL rrili, Afi. U-lf » 119-180 



XJnfiilflkBragaMM •« IJO 

L, Mwtgwai, Cos, 1817, pL zzT. flg. U » IJO 

JXmImh LMMirok ^ Ill 

iXfilfMs, PhilUps, pL ZZT, flg. 10 Ill 

A«MMWM.SlnnMcd«1868,pLzzT,Agv9w Ill 

ChMte^lUUhM .^ lU 

a i i rf tK a » WMto ASt. Jaha, 188g, pL zzzr, flg. 9, ladpL ggrl, jy. 8. 111-U8 

IVwiiMlM, Soww^y « U8 

P.iMftMMMMit, Oww, 1868, pL zjiir, ilffk 7-9 118-U8 

P.^ymoMCrimt, HbCheoMj, 1808, pL zzr, flga. la^ 1 1» 

P.jNNMCalM, Martte, pL zzvU, flgai 1-a. UA 

P.Mitaliu^ Sowohy, pL zzlr, flga. i-8, and pL zzr, flgi. 8-8 111-196 

P. iiwfritf turafiu, ICavtin, pL zilr, fl|^ 1-8 1»-118 

P.Mr«,dtMlfDy pL zzvl, flgi. L4 110-117 

P. i mp iytmi t , Saw«rby, pL zzhr, flgi. lOasd 11 117-118 

OftMMtat, Jiaober 118 

g atrwiiiWflwa, Garwood A tiatOuu. 1894, pL zzr, %^ 7 aad 8. ^ US 

Or«<t.DalMM. 110 

aptaofi, Maraoii, ttOO, pL zzztl, flga. 10-11 110 

giBi (prmft M , Piadar HO 

J»i|ilai>piiriUii^¥1iig HO 

Mmi ^f m itm mummM, M. A H., pL zzvi, flga. 4-U.^...., ^ 110^180 

Jfadbffa.WhtteASt.John 180 

JC:«trtoCaMa«ala, Coz, ldS7, pL zxv^ flga. U-li. 180-181 

^wiKtlawia. IL A W - ^ ^ 181 

M.ht mipUmin , HaU« 1852, pL zzvi, flga. 18-19 181-181 

JBhQmftffinffa, Tlnohir ..»•.•......•».••..•..•.•..•••....•..••••....•, 181 

Jfc«aHlfannn, 1888, pL zzr, flg. 8 ^ 181 

120_BnlL30 V^ 



17i8 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

1^ 

Bpirif^, Sowerby 112 

Acameraiut, MortoUt 1886, pi. xxxr, 4g«. 8-6 Itt-W 

&(irareinia)2in«a<u«. Martin. pLxxvii^flflis. 4-6 US-IM 

8. (MarHnia) pUmaeonvexa, Shnmard. 1855, pL zxzii, flgs. 28and24 184-185 * 

Spiriferina, d'Orbigny ■. 135 

S.lB€ntuek€niii, Shunuurd. 1856, pi. xxxr, flgs. 18 and 14 US 

Athyrit, McCoy 136 

A.«i*«a<to,Hall,pLxxxr,flg8.6-8 .' 18S 

Beixia, mng 18S 

Rmonnonii, Maroon, 1858, pL xzxv, flga. 10-12 196-117 

7^«6ra<uZa, Llhwyd 117 

T.bovident, Morton, 1886, pL xxxii, flg». 17-19 187 

PolyMoa. 

S^ttoOmdia, King 188 

AbiteridUt, SwaUow. 1868, pi. xxv, figs. U-18 188 

Oonehifera, 

Lima, Brngnidre 188 

i.r«e(fara, Shnnurfd, 1858, pi. xxviii,flg. 4 188-188 

Monopteria,U.&.W 189 

jr.^i5&o«a, M. &W., 1866, pLxxx,flgB.llandl2 188 

MyaUna, deKoninck 140 

M. tubquadrata, Shomard, 1855, pi. tyjt, figs. 1 and 2, and pi. xxx, figs. 1 and 2 .. 140 

M. reeurvirMtris, M.& W., 1866, pL zxix« flgs. 8 and 4 140-141 

J£./Mea2Zov«,McChe«ndy,1860,pLxxz.flg8.&-8 141 

JSntoKum, Moek 142 

E. avieuiatum, Swallow, 1858. pi. zxviii, flgs. 7 and 8 142 

fttfmerofw. Meek 143 

J?.Aawnt.M.&^,1866,pl. xxx.flg. 10 143-143 

Avioulapeeten.'M.cCoy 148 

J..oeetdeneaU«,Shamard,1859. pLxxviii. fig. 8 143 

J..ear6ont/mw,SteveD8,1858,pLxxviii,flg8. 6and6 144 

AJ itUerlifieatitt8,U. &- W., pi. xxx, flg. 9 145 

Pinna, Linnens 148 

P. peroeuea, Shomard, 1858, pi. zzviii, flga. 1 and 2 14fr-146 

Nueulana, Link. 146 

. i\r. 6e«u(na(a, Stevens, 1858, pL xzxi. flga. 8 and 9 146 

i\ru«u{a, Lamarck 146 

A". »CTUn«o#a, Hal^l86a, pi. xxTli,flgB. 9 and 10 146-147 

Schitodut^mng 147 

S. vfheeleri, SwaUow, 1^62, pL xxx,flg8.8-5 147 

OUnopittha,'iL & W , U7 

0. radiata, Ball, 1858, pi. xxxi, figs. 6and7 « 147-148 

JiPdmonduz, de Koninck 148 

^, MpifiuNiaenm, Meek, 1872, pl.xzxi,'flgs. 4 andS 148 

AUoritma. King 148 

A.tubeuMata, M. & H., 1864, pi. xxxi, flga. 1-8 148-148 

Gasteropoda, 

The genera MacToobeilas and Soleniscna 149-158 

JSolmUcus, M. & W 152 

8. typieui, M. & W., 1866, pi. xxxIt, flgs. 18, 19 152 

S, (MacroeKeilua) newberryi^ Stevens, 1858, pL xxxlv, figs. 7 and 8 158 

S.pUiniU, White, 1881, pi. xxxiv, figs. 9 and 10 158-154 

S. {Macroeheiltu) futiformu, Sm}\, 1858, pi. xxxiv, flgs. 4-6 154 

S. (i£sefo«ft«ilu«) poUMUm^ormit, Hall, 1858, pi. xxxiv, fig. 17 154-155 

8. iMacroeksilut) ventriefitui, Hall, 1858, pi. xxxiv, flgs. 11 and 12 ^ 155 

.8. {Macroeheilug) Uetanu$, Shomard f 1859, pi. xxxiv, flgs. 18 and 14 15&.166 

8. (MaeroekeiliM) fMdialU, M. &. W., 1866, pL xxxiv, flgs. 15 and 16 1S6 

8. (MaeroeheOui) ponderotus. Swallow f , 1868, pi. xxxiv, flgs. 1 and 2 ^ 156 

8. (Maexoeheilug) primigenius, Conrad, 1885, pi. xxxiv, fig. 8 157 

Bellerophon, Montfoct 157 

B.erattui, M. &.W., 1866, pL xxxiii, flgs. 1 and 2 157 

. B. perrarinaeut, Conrad, 1842, pL xxxiii, flgs. 9-14 ^ 16' 

B* earbonaritu. Cox, 1857, pL xxxiii, flgs. 6-8 158-16% 

B. nodocarinatut^ Hall, 1858, pL xxxiii, flgs. 8-6 150 

^(a^^«enM,Conr«kd.., «,,.,,...., ». 1B9 



WBrnNOs OP c. a. white. 179 

p. mt bui te m m . Meek, 187S, pL ftzil, flga. lA andie Ifii-aao 

Pleymtcmaria, Deftinoe 180 

P.tmrbin^ormit, H. ft W., 1806, pL zzzU, flfi. 7 andS 100 

P.fafrtttota, HaU. pL xxxii, flga. 4 and 6 180-181 

P.^pftorvteto, Coond, 1842, pi. xzxU, flgs. 1-8 181 

AtonpAoliw, Sowerby 181 

M, n^oKM, Hill, 1858, pi. zzzU, flgs. 11 and IS 181-1891 

JfmUeoptii^MoCoy 188 

Jf. 1UHMI, M. St W., I860, pL xxxYi, flga. Oand 7 188 

if. wkMUri, Swallow, 1860, pL zzxii, llffa. 18and 14 1«»-108 

P9^9»*MM!1»<«, Portlook 188 

P.ptnmOa, M. A W.. pL xzxiL flga. 9 and 10 188 

P. nUidtOa, U. ft W., 1806, pL xxrii, flga. 7 andS 188 

Piiiy]^k0mcpti»f (f) WMta, 1884, pL zzxil, flg.6 184 



OrAoetrag, Breynhu ^ 184 

O, ncaftMuit, MoChMoey, pi. xxxrl, flg. 6 184 

^Mffiliif, Breynloa 185 

jr. wUulowi, M. ft W., 1878, pi. xxxri, flga. 1 aiid2 185 

if. /9rtetiamu$, HoCheaiiey, pi. xxxri, flga. 8 and 4 180 

if. t m S Mow r imt U, SwaUowf 1807, pLxxxr, flga. 1 aadS 188 



Xaoia, Jonea 187 

L. triearinata, M. ft VT., 1888, pL xxxix, flga. 10-18 1*7-108 

Bwryptentt.DtXMj 108 

^, UnAroMfMelM) maxonmuU, H. ft W., 1888, pL xxxrli, flga. 1-8 188-170 

J^HproogM; H. ft W 170 

^. dMk*. H. ft W., 1808, pL xxxix, flg. 1 170-178 

S. coOgtU, n. a.. White, 1884, pL xxxlx, flg. 2 172 

THUbiia. 

P*a%>»<a, Portloek , 178 

P. (GHfUlddMr) 9eUuia, IC ft W., 1878, pL xxxix, flga. 0-0 178-174 

P. (eHJUkidttt) iongamonmtit, IC ft W., 1878, pL xxxix, flga. 4 and 6 174-170 

XMpodo. 

AMMtikotelion, M. ft W 170 

A. iHmpaoni M. ft W., I860, pi. xxxrii, flga. 4 and 6 178-177 

A. m>eni, M. ft W., 1888, pi. xxxriii, flga. 4-7 177-178 

Ditkifroearii, Soooler 178 

D. carbonmriut, M. ft W., 1878, pi. xxxix, flg. 8 178 



Paimocmig, M. ftW 178 

P. tifpui, IL ft W., pL xxxTili, flga. 1-8 17»-180 

AiUkrapaiUmnon, Salter « 180 

A. gmdHt, IL ft W.. 1866, pL xxxrlii, flga. 8 and 9 180 

147. 

Whrx, C. a. [Review of] Geological Survey of Illinois ; A. H. Worthen, DiiMtor. 
YoL -fiif Geology and Paleontology. Springfield. 1883. pp. 1-373; pls.i-xzxL 
<,8cience. 4to. YoL iii, pp. 332-333. Cambridge, 1884. 

14a 

^HiTB, C. A. Notes on the Jnrassio strata of North America. <Amer. Jonr. ScL 
3d eer., voL xxix, pp. 228-232. New Haven, 1885. 

A oritioiain of theTiewa pabUahed by Mr. J.P. Whiteavea in GeoLBarr. Canada, HiBaoaoio 
FoaaiIa,ToLl,partiL Montreal, 1884. The identiflaaittoa of thetinllowing ipeeiaa ia eoaaJd- 
ered veiy doabtftil: 

BdtmnitM dawawi, M. ft H 

Lifo§om»a Po m m IW , White 

JQwatot (P y^ nr a wya ) tn hM m f ^ rm^ Maak 



180 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

• Fife. 

AtiarU PaekarM, matib m 

Arm (CumOma) inonuOa, M. Sk.K m 

ModMa(VolieUu)9ul>imbriMfta,lLAlL m 

PtBna (Oseytoma) m/uaronata^ M.SkK M 

OM^pKmaeeM MPtomiatitf, M. A H 1W-«1 

€frifpkaa ntbrateentig, H. ft H W 

149. 

White, C. A. The Genus PyrgnliferA, Meek, and its Aatoolatea and CkMigenen. 
<Amer. Jonr. 8oi.,3d ser., vol. ttit, pp. 277-380. New Hayen, IdSBw 
A Bommarj of the ocearrmocb tomil tmd nceu^ of the gmam l ^rfwt ^m , 

150. 

WtaiTB, C. A. On Marine Eooene, Fresh- water Miocene, and other Fossil Mollnsoa of 
Western North America. <Bo]l. U. S. OeoL Snrr., No. 18, pp. 1-19, pis. 1-iiL 
Washington, 1885. 

Thispi^er is divided into three perti, the Ant on "Thoooenmaeoof Owtlte phMioaiCa, 
LMntrck, in Weetem Oiegon," pLi, pp. 7-^. 

Tlie eeoond on "Fossil HoUneos, from the John Dsy group in Bsetwii OngBm,^ pp. 10-11 

The following new species sre deso rib edt 

, Pige. 

l7Mooo»Mi(m<,n. 8., White, 1885, pLii^Hge. 1-8 U.14 

SMSMdm U 

SaSa {AgMa)/ldtK9,Qnj, jO-iii, flg8.U8 U 

Aiis(Paliila)|»«rip#0KM,Ss7, pLiii,ilg.7 ^ U 

.Bsite (JfbHodoMl) doOK, Stesnis, MB., 1886^ pLiii, figs. 4-4 14-15 

fifoMOfCMiM yoteftt, Cooper, pLiii,flgi.8-U 16 

The third psrt oontsins " Bnpplementsry notes on the non>msrine fDsail moUtuoa of North 
Amerios. 

Pige. 

AmpuOorit powdK 18 

OpritJUdM iMdroMMMit 18 

Dr eiu ma UueophetUa 19 

Pkympritea 18 

UniomarHiU 18 

Zaptffdiimi carbonmia 18 

151. 

White, C. A. On new Cretaceons Fossils from CaUfomia. <Biill* U. & GeoL Suit., 
No. 22, pp. 1 (349) ;-16 (361X pis. i-y. Washington, 1886. 

Fsge. 

Cfkttmidm. 

OorolKoMama, n. g., White, 1886 940 

O.onuiH, n.s., White, 1885, pls-i-iv 10-12 

3V0flAid«. 

Trodiui, Linnaos ..» ^ IS 

SabgenoB Oryftob, Philippi IS 

7. (OxytUU) MM-yoftomtif, n.8.,Whlts»lB8Kipl.T,flgs.0-ll 12 

Neritida, 

jy^fOi Linnsns 18 

jftriia, f White, 1885 IS 

(krUkUd4». 

€fMilkimm, Btngaiim 13 

a^aUN^n.B., White, 1866, pLr.flgs. 8-0 U 

C fotiuf»Mneeor»m, n.8.,White,1885,pl.T.flgs.lSsndl8 U 

SolariideB, 

Solmimm, Lsmsrek U 

<ft<wiffalfiM<i>n.s.,Whit^l886>pLT,llgs.lspda U 



WHITINGS OP C. A. WHITE. 181 

Besides the foregoing^ Dr. T^iie has in press an important work on 
the Gretaceoos invertebrates of Brazil, which were collected by the 
Imperial G^logical Commission under the direction of the late Prof. 
Cli. Fred. Hartt The work is in process of publication at Bio de 
Janeiro by the Brazilian National Museum. It is to appear in Volume 
YIl of the ^'Archives" of that museum, in both the Portuguese and 
English languages, and will be illustrated with 28 lithographic plates of 
figures. 

llie work consists of five parts, which are as follows in the original 
Portuguese edition — 
Contribui90B8 para a Palaeontologia do Brazil : 

No. 1. Oonchiferos Gretaceos. 

No. 2. Oasteropodes Gretaceos. 

No. 3. Gephalopodes Gretaceos. 

No. 4. MoUuscos Gretaceos de A^ua doce do Grupo da Bahia. 

No. 5. Echinodermes Gretaceos. 
Two hupdred and fourteen species in all are published and figured in 
tius work, of which 116 species are diagnosed as new. f^ur new genera 
are proposed, three of gasteropoda and one of echinoids. The former 
ue OrviUiOy CylindriteUa^ and OKprceactcBon. The latter is HeterapodOj 
the generic diagnosis of which was furnished to the author by Prof. 
P. de Loriol, of Oeneva. 



P^RT III. 



THE PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF CHARLES DOOLITTLE WALCOTT. . 



183 



ni-PUBLISHBD WRffiNGS OP CHARLES »OOUTffiE WAICOTT. 



WAixxyiTy C. b. Beaeiiption of a New SpeoiM of Trilobite. <Ciiioiim»ti Quar- 
terly Journal of Soienoe, yoL ii, pp. t73-S74j figs. 18 a, h. July. Cindnnati, 1875. 

B. n k u Bk u^ m, B,, Wilflo4l»1876kP.S74»flga. 18a, 5....*«......^..........m S7t-S74 

t. 

WaLoott, O. D. New Speeiee ef IMoUie from the lYentm L ime ele n e ^^'Vrenton 

F^hDfly N. T. <Cltiieiii]iati t^uarterly Jounal of Sdence, toL fi, pp. 9V7-349, flg. 

27. Oetdber. Cineiiiiiati, 1875. 

Pagaw 



a.fl.,WalMM^]i7fkiff.l7a;ft,andA t47-Mt 

a 

WMdOOTTy C. D. Notea on Ceraoma pleuezanthemnay Green. <inaalal<ye. Nat 
mat N.T^YQLzi,w.. 156-108, pLzL November. New¥«iik,ie9k 

4. 

Waloott, C. D. Preliminary Notice of the DiaooTory of the R m nalna of the Nata- 
tory mA WtmrnmA appMiagea ef TeBoMm. <«th Begent^i Bepafi M. T« 
8talaifaa.Natmat,#p.»48. 1877. Albany, 1679. 

5. 

WALOOTTyC D. Deaeriptioin of New Speoiea of Foaidte from the Ti wHwi Mmeatone. 

<98lh Begenl^ Report N. T. Staile Mva. Nat Hiat., pp.M-07. 1877. Albany, 

1879. 

P>fa 

O i aBfcrla . Mfflar, HB., MM M 

{7* fMMnflCSt a. *■., Waloiit| MTi •••••••>•■••.>•>••«>••-•.>•..•••■■«•.>>>•.-•>*•■•*••••>• ** 

*6lNH*qMllft, a. ff., Wiitootl, MH... M 

0. iiaiiulB, a. •.. WalMM, MH »-•* 

ftwtiiiiwiaiiiii, a. t., Watetll, MTT M 

BflOynntf^Billingi »4 

B. iMi^ifpiiNiii a. «., Walflo4l» M77 UrW 

Aay faif, BwmgBtort. Ma M 

ka.«.,1Mo«MiH9r..... <.. iMV 

f a.a.1 lawBOM^ aHv .«*•••■••.*••«••••*••■•••■•.*••.■••••■»■*■«•••»•••>• ai 

6. 

Wauxm*, C. D. Notea on tome Seotiona of Trilobitea from the Trenton limeatone, 
[uid]Note upon the Legs ofTrilobites. <3l8t Bagent'a Report N. T. State Mna. 
Kat mat, pp. 61-65, pL L Albany, 1879. 

PaMttad iaaAfaao*, ««pftHabM M, M77, pp. 1-17. pL L 

iftaBii ha»lrtR6giat'ei6pwt,paWAaIlaliMFca,M». 

•Myx>l.ab«Ui»«Ani,ihkld. 

loD 



186 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

7. 

Waloott, C. D. Note npon the Eggs of the Trilobite. <3l0t BegenVa Bepoit N. T. 
SUte Mna. Nat. Hist., pp. 66-67 f Albany, 1879. 
FnUiahed in adTwaoe, September 20; 1877, pp. 11-18. 

I ft«m ike 81st Begent^s report, pabUthed In Marah, 10!«. 



Waloott, C. D. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils firom the Chasy and Tren- 
ton limestones. <3l8t Regent's Report N. Y. State Mas. Nat. Hist., pp. 68-7L 
Albany, 1879. ^ 

PubUalied In adTwaoe, September 20, 1877, pg^ 16-lL 

Bxtnust from the 8let Begent*s report, pnbUihed In Murdh, 1870. 

Pige. 

AfiontOm, Burande, 1848 , 15^68 

J.jmf(iikrtii«,n.8., Weloott,18n 1^68 

OHtmna, Green, 1882 18^88 

afw<M,n.s.,Waloott,18n , lfr-16^6B 

.VfierinMntf,Xmmerloh,1848 18^68 

M, 1r9ntontn$it,n. •., Waloott, 1877 18,88 

^. «ari0o«la<ii#, n. t., Waloott, 1877 .*. 18,88 

A^UUupii, Horobison. 1839 18.88 

A.panuia, n. •.. Weloott, 1877 18^17,88 

DaknamiUi, Benvide, 1862 17,88 

D.inUrmsdiut, n. •., Weloott,18n 17-18^80-70 

lOmmtt, Dalman, 1828 18^70 

J. iiidftirm<fMKiM.n.f., Waloott, ISn 10-28^70-71 

r.Miaffi BflUngt «,71 

A$aplmMt Brongnlart, 1822 «.... S0^71 

A. Aomolonotoidif, n. a., Waloott, 1877 90-21,71 

9. 

Wajlooit, O. D. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from the CaloiftoNms forma- 
tion. <32d Regent's Report N. T. State Mas. Nat Hist., pp. — . Albany. 

PabUabed In adyanoe, January 8, 1870, pp. 1-4. 

Page^ 

PtoiyMTM; Conrad, 1840 

P. minuHt§imwm,n. a., Waloott» 1870 

jr«lop<OMa,Pbl]li|Nk,1888 „ 

jr. eomuictfoniM, n. a., Waloott,1870 .« 

(knooepKaUtti, Adama, 1848 

a MleiTdnit, n. 8., Waloott, 1879 1, 

a Aorf^n. a., Waloott^ 1870 % 

Pl^ehatpii,BMn, 1888 

P. «peeiotu«, n. a., Waloott, 1870 

Sat k^urut ormsliw, BIDinga.., ^ 8^ 

10. 

Wau90TT,G, D. The Utica slate and Related formations. Fbssils of the Utioa slate 
. and Metamorphoses of Triarthros Becki. < Trans. Albany Institiite, toL z, pp. 
1-38, pis. i-ii. Albany, 1879. 

Pnbllabed In adyanoe, Jane, 1870. 

Paca 

*<Vatt«|>fty«if,n.g., Waloott. 1870 ^ U 

arttiouUUut, n. a., Waloott, 1870, pL 11, flga. 18, 18 a~d ~ 10 

af«tepiUri0Mt,n.a..Waloottkl879;pLlLflg.l7 ^ 10 

tIXMopAyOM«,n.g., Waloott, 1870 10 

2>. typieaUi, n. a., Waloott. 1870, pL 11, flga. 18, 18a ^ 10 

•KteSot^aoapi 46«pv.aweed. tAiaKoc,adlak| 40ne,aaaa<waei. 



WStnNOS OF C. X>. WALCOTT, 187 

an^toliUkui, liniywM, 17»e 20 

17. OMMeftmt, iL a., WalooUti 1879 <, 20 

Dmangraphu,BaJlt,lW5 » 

l>.«»mp{«s,n.8.,WAloott,187»,i»Li,fl«8.S,5a,». ande 20 

D. Umdrtmomu, n. §., WalooU, 1870. pLi, flg.4 21 

3. eompaefitf, n. a., WalooU, 1870, pLl, flg. 1 21 

/SkvMMOo, Han, 1852 22 

Aa»5^iia,ii.a.,Waloott|1870, pLI,fl«8.8,8a 22 

JfodWoiwif, Han. 1817: , 22 

jr.eaiM«llata.n. a.,Walooti,1879.pLi,l^a.8,8a 22 

OrfftocfTM. Bictynloa. 1782 22 

0.o«MidamM,n.a., Waloott,1879.pLi,flgB.7,7a 2248 

BeyriekiaHnei9maiUnti9,Mmw 28 

Triartknub4eki,QTtoa,18S2 2844 

lCetainorplioaaeof2WMtfcrH«6Mti 24-28 

Degree of deralopnient : 26-20 

Periodaofdeyelopinent 20-80 

Compariaon of parte dnriiigdBTelopiiieiit .•» 80-81 

Table of derelopaieiit 81-82 



Catalogue of foaaOaoocuninic in the UttoikaUite » 84-88 

Walcott, G. D. The Permian and other Paleossoio Oroupe of the Kanah Yalley^ 
Amona. < Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., Tol. zx, pp. 221-S25. September. New 
Haven, 1880. 

12* 

Walcott, C. D. The Trilohite : Kew and Old £ videnoe Belating to ita Organization, 
<Bnll. Mns. Comp. ZooL, at Hanrard College, yoL viii, No. 10, pp. 191-2S$4, pla. 
i-yi. * March. Cambridge, 1881. 

la. 

Waloott, C. D. On the natore of Cyathophyens. < Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. 
xxii, pp. 394-395. NoTember. New Haven, 1881. 

"• • 

Walcott, C. D. Description of a New Qenos of the The Order Euripterida from the 
Utica slate. <Amer. Jour. ScL, 3d ser., vol. xxiii, pp. 213-216. March. New 

Haven, 1882. 

Ptge^ 
BekSnognatkui^ n. g.. Waloott, 1882. 
B.a09$Umdi,iL a., Walcott, flg. 1. p. 218; flg. 2. p. 214 » 218-2ie 

15. 

Walcott, C. D. Ii^jnry sustained by th^ Eye of a Trilohite at the time of Moulting 

of the shell. < Amer. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. xxvi, p. 302. October. New 

Haven, 1883. 

16. 

Walcott, C. D. Descriptions of new species of Fossils from the Trenton group of 

New York. <35th Regents Rep., N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., pp. 207-214, pi. 

xvii. Albany, 1884. 

Publiahed in advance. October 15, 1888, pp. 1-8. pL xviL _ 

Paffa. 

et^ptoerimu^Baai 1,207 

tf.OfyuCuf. n. a., Walcott, 1888, pL xvU, fig. .". 1,207 

«./«ftn<Kfo»u«,n.8.,Waloott,1883,pl.xvli,llg.3 2,208 

JCBrocrfeM«,n.g.. Walcott, 1883 2-3,208-200 

JCl^|mf,n.a.,Waloott,1883,pl.xvU,ilg.5 « 8,200 



18d BULLETIN NO. 30, tHHTBD BTATES IfTAttCMiL MUSEUM. 

Biga 

Jr. corrobonOui, ils^ Wttoott^UBS, iiLxfli,flf.« 4»210 

l4MriiiiMb H«n ^ ....«..-, 4»tl0 

I. tTMloiMiMiff. 1L8., Waloott»188S. pLxTfl, fifik 7,8.^ » 4A21»4U 

l^Mtfroefimtf. Htfl B^tll 

I>.iniCrMCfKt, iL8..'Wiaoott,188l,pLzTfi,flc.i ^ M S^SU 

OWofOflKiMM, Han » e,Sll 

a«0mnMl«,n.i.,W«Ioott»188l,pLzTll,4g&l,S ^ „ i^Sll 

Mitopm%a, FbHIips _ _. I^Sll 

JC:Mlfiipd^B.»., WalMCtk 1888,10. xvli, i^pk U, U • ^ «. f-^.US-ttS 

B«yK0fcte,lCoCo7 „ ^ 7,118 

B. MRa, iLt., Waloo*t^l8B8,pl. xvli,flga. U, U« ^ ^ 7,218 

X4Mr«lto,B4mMi]t _.„ - 7,a8 

Snbgmm J fi w l flfa i « , Joa— .^......^ 7,118 

A (iSw< >« ii tt) a fMfci ,iLi.,iratoolt,1888;pLxfB,flf.l0 .7-8^1lt.aU 

X7. 

Waloott, C. D. Cambrian ayatem of the United Statea and Canada. <BalL Pliil- 
osophical Soo., WaahiAgton, toL tI, pip. 97-102. Waahington. 18M. 

u* 

WAixsovt, C. D. Pre-carbonitoooB atxata in the Grand CalUm of the Colorado, Ari* 
Eona. <A]ner. Jonr. SoL, 8d aer., toL zzri, pp. 437-449S, and p. 484. December. 
New Hayen, 1883. 

19. 

WtOJO&rttCD. Fraab'fwsler afaeSaftom the PaSeoadcBoeka of Nevada. <8d0nDe, 
Tcd. ii, pp. 606-809. December. Caihbridge, 188S. 

Z ayiyefciiii, a. g., "Walcott^ 1888 .^ • .^.....m 888 

Z ii fit ^t Mu i mrhommr i m, a. i, Waleott^ 1888, %1 808 

PAyMipr(faa»iLt.,W«loott»1888,flf.l 808 

AMffiNMNa P0WmI^ B; a., Wftlootl^ UBB^ Si^ 8 •»>•>■••■••••■••.••••••••••>•■■••«••«•••••• oBP 

20. 

WAooTT, C. D. Appendagea of the Trilobite. No^tea on the original qMcimen de- 
flBribedliy Prof. Mlcldeboroagb ( Jonm. Cinoiimsti fioc. Nat Hiat, toL -H, p. 1B0O, 
1888). <Seience, ToL iii, pp. 279-«61, flga. 8. Man^h. CambridgB, 1884. 

21. 

Waloott, C. D. Note on Paleosoic lEtocka of Central Tezaa. <Amer. Jonr. 8eL, 
3d aer., toI. xxyU, pp. 431-433. Decaniber. New HaTcn, 1884. 

22. 

/■ 
Waixx>tt, C. D. Deer Creek Coal-field, White Mountain Indian D eaarv at i D B i , Ari- 
sona. Beportandippendix. <U. 8. Senate Ex. Doc No. 90, 48th Congreaa, 2d 
aeaaion, pp. 1-7. Deeconber. Waahington, 1884. 



Waloott, C. D. Paleontology of the Enreka Diatrict. <Monograpb Till, U. 8. GeoL 
«nry., pp. i-xiii, 1-^98, pla. I-zzIt, figa. 1-7 in text. Waahington, 1884. 



Pi««u 

L«tt«r of tnuumittel tolfr. AnoldHagiiA, b7t]ieM[tlMir..........n... ^.»....». t 

Letterof tnmnnlttaltothediiMtor.byMr.AnMldHaffiM 'vtt 

ProftMse Ix 



WRITINGS OF C. D. WALCOTT, 189 

Smnnsry of rMnlto 1-9 

Fossils of the Cambrian U-«4 

Observotiona ou OltftKllM AowsW 82-99 

Fossfla of tiio Lower SUorUn 95-96 

FossUb uf the DeTonian 99-211 

FossOs of the Carboniferoos 211-997 

BystematiG list of species 298-281 

PaleoiDic section in CentnaXerada 283-285 

Index 1 287-998 

roaaiLS of thb cambbum. 

Prospect Moontatai Onmp. 

*> — >-» — 

.A^otaspoiHric, Salter 11 

P. f $ H mtrat m , Salter, 1994. pi. ix, flgs. 6. 5 a, 9 11-12 

Jhmehiapoia. 

LhivligfU, BaXi « *12 

L.mm^tLAW.yl9n ^ 12-19 

L.r mim*4a,H.AW., WH 19 

JMngutev Brofoliie ^ 19 

L.f mtmtimaa,Wh\t^ ltf74, pL ix, flga. 9 and pL xi, ilf. 2 18-14 

06eMZa« BUUnga _ 14 

O. iitmidm^ H. AW., 1977 14 

AcrtttuU, Linnarsson « ^ 14 

A.r cUdUtomo, n. s., Waleott, 1884, pL iz, fig. 11 U-15 

gs sw sBa, Billings « « 15 

8.f SMMite, n. s.. Walcott, 1884. pi. ix. fig. 9 ^ « 15-19 

Awotnta^ Kntorga 19-17 

A.g€mma,Tm\tkg%, 1865, pL i, figs. 1 a, 1 fr, 1 <!-/; pL ix, llga. 9, 9 •. 17-18 

JCMloryiiia, BUlings 18 

A. wMI;UMi,n.s., Waloott, 1884, pl.ix.flga.4.4* 18-19 

JT.pfVffMitonjris, n.s., Walcott,1884vpLix,6gB.la,9 .» 19 

JCsMt^ili^lfeekAp., 1978.rLi,llgs.7, 7«»^f pLix,llg.7 29-21 

LepUEna, Dalman 22 

i.wi«ttto,H.AW„187r 22 

Orti^, Dalman 22 

O. svrsftsnKf, n. s.. Waloo^ 1884^ pLix. Ilgai9^8a 22-28 

PliTDpocIa. 

AenoCAsea, Salter , 23 

Aslon^oto. n.s., Walcoti,1884. pLix,flg8.2,^« 23 

JTyeittkcff, BIchwald 28 

jr. IM'imontiaiit, Han sp., 1881 29-24 

PcteHopoda. 

ii^iiMfMt. Brongniart 4 24 

A.riehmondeiuu.iuB., Waloott, 1884, pLix, iig.19 24-25 

^. fMltoia, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pi. ix, flg. 14 25 

-4. Wd«u. Meek. 1873, ptix. flg8.13, 13 a 26,27 

A. eomiiHinu, IL&W.. 1877 27 

A.neon^ H.& W., 187T ^ 27 

A.protimffut^ H.&'W., 1877 28 

(HeneOuM^mtJi 28 

aidiingti. n.s..Walcoit,1884,pl.ix.flg.l2 28 

0,gitbeHh itoek, ICSS., 1874, pL ix, flgs.16, 16a; fO-xxi, fig. 13 29 

O.kowau, Meek. MSS., 1871, pLix, flgs.15, 15 a, ft. and pL xxi, flgs. 1-9 30-31 

Obernrotions on OUneltut haweni, pLxxi. flgs.1-7 32-39 

Dieettocephalut^ Owen 40 

3,baobahi»,K.A\y., 1877 40 

l>.o«eeo(a,Hall. 1868, pLix, flg.25 40 

X>. na«veu«. n. s., Waloott, 1884, pL X, fig. 15 40-41 

D.riehmondentiM, n. s., Waloott, 1884, pLx, flg.7 > 41-42 

D. r anyuiti/ront, n.n., WulcoU, 1884, pL x, flgi. 1, 1 a,9 42-48 

i>.ioIe,n.s..WaIcott,l884, p1.x. fls.l9 : 48-44 

D.mu'iea, n. s., Waloott, 1964. pLx, flg.l3 44-45 

D,r quadricepB, H. & W., 1879, pL ix, fig. 24 ' 45 



IDO BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

i>./eayan«i*, iL8.,'W8loott,1884, pl.ix, flg.l9 45-46 

Ptyehoparia, Corda 46 

P.fpro9peetenng,n.B,, Walcott, 1884,pl.ix, fig.20 46-4T 

P, f linnarssoni, n.B,, Walcott, 1684, pi. ix, flgs.18, 18a 47-48 

P. (SoUnopleural) brevieepg, n. B., Walcott, 1884, pL x, flg. 9 48 

P. fjwjrnoitttw.n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pl.x, flgii.8, Ba,h 49-50 

P. (£uloTna1) diMHmiUs, n.8.,V/alcott, 1884, pLix, flg.28 51 

P.ocad«italif, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLx, flg.5 51-« 

P. ti»*«w, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL X, fig. 10 ». 52-« 

P.nmili$r9T.robuttu», n. var., Walcott, 1884, pti, flg8.9,9a 53 

P. (JB?uZoma!)a^nw, n.8.,Walcott, 1884, pi, x, fig. 12 54 

P.larvieep$, n.a., Walcott, 1884, pi. x, flg8.17,18 54^ 

P.ow«ni, M. &n., 1861, pL x, flga. 3, 3 a 55-56 

P.anyluM, H. & W., 1877, plix, flg.26 56 

P.graritUoiut, H. & W., 1877 ,... 57 

P.Jiaguei, H. & W., 1877 57 

P.nitidut, H. &W.,1877 57-68 

P.unUulcatua,U.&W., 18T7 58 

Subgenns PteroetphaXus, BoBmer 58 

P. iPt^oeephalw) Occident, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLix, fig. 21. 58-50 

P. (PteroeephtUut) latUeps,H.&,W,, 1877 50 

ATwmocare, Angelin 50 

-l.fparwim, n. a., Walcott, 1884, pi. ix, flg.17 50-60 

PtyehatpU, Hall ^... 60 

P. wiinttto, Whitfield t 1878, pi. x, fig. 23 60-61 

CharioeephaluM, Hall.. 61 

C.ftumi/rons, H. & W., 1877, pLx, fig. 16 61 

Agravloa, Corda * 61 

A.iglobonts, n.8., Walcott, 1884, pL ix, flg.23 61-62 

A rethusian a, Barran do 62 

A. amerieana, n.8., Walcott, 1884, pLlx, fig. 27 62-68 

Ogygia. Brongniart 63 

0./*pino#a,D»8., Walcott, 1884, pLix, fig.22 '. 63 

O. f problemtUica, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pLx, figs. 2 a, ft, and 4 63-64 

FOSSaS OF TBB LOWER BILUBIAir. 

Pogonip Group. • 

Shizopoda. 

JieceptaeuliU^ DefvAnce 65 

iZ. wmmmittarM, MSS., Newberry, 1880, pLxi,flg.ll 65-00 

ILelongatiU, n. 8., Walcott, 1884 66-67 

B.eUipticu4,n.B., Walcott. 1884, pL xi, fig. 12 67 

Braehiopoda. 

06oWte, BilUnga 67 

O.f ambigua, n. a., Walcott, 1884, pl.i, fig8.2a-c 67-68 

Sehizambon, n. p., Walcott, 1884 60-70 

S.typiealit, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi. I, figs. 8 a-d 70-71 

S^ophomena, Rafinesque 71. 

A'. n«n«», H. &W.,1877 71 ' 

OrtAt*, Dahnan '.. 72 

O.perveta, Conrad, 1843, pi. li, fig's. 3 a, <> 72 

O. teitudinaria, Dolman, 1827, pi. xi, figs. 10, 10a 72-73 

O. hambwrgerms, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pi. xi, figs. 5,5 a.. ^ 78 

O. Zon«wi#, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pi. xi, figs. 6,6a 74 

O. tricenaria, Conrad, 1843, pi. xi, figs. 4,4a 74-75 

Str^torhynehus.KXugi 73 

S.minor, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi. xi, fig. 9 , 75 

IWpi*#ia,Uall. 75 

T.calcifera, Billings, 1861, pi. xi, figs. 7,8 75-76 

Lamellibranehiata. 

Tellinomya, HaW , 76 

T.eontraeta, Salter? 1859, pi. xi, figs. 15, 15 a 76 

T.f hamburgerUfU, n. s., "Walcott, 1884, pi. xi, figs. 1,1 a 76-77 

ModiolopnSt Hall 77 



WRITIKQ6 OF C. D. WALCOTT. 191 

PagOb 

Jl. ocoidens, n. •., WilooU, 1884, pL i, fig. S, and pL xi, flgs. 14, 14 • 77-78 

jr. po^oniiMfwif, n. s., Walooit, 1884, pL i, flg. 6, and pi xi, fig. 18 78 

Bapkistoma, BMil 78 

JZ.iia«mi,HaU,1861,pLxi,llgt.21,21a 78-70 

Murehuania^ D' ArchiAO and De Yerneail 78 

Jf.in<B«<,Hrfl?1877,pl.!,flgfcl2,12«,> 7O-80 

Flmtrotomaria, Defranoe 80 

P. UmenHi, n. a., Wal^ott, 1884, pL xi, ilg. 28 80 

HMieotoma,SalUiT 81 

^«i»oolofiMi,8p.f Waloott,]884 81 

JfMZureo, Le Soeur 81 

Jf. anmikUa, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xi, flga. 10,10« 81-82 

if. mframMOato, n. a., Waloott, 1884. pL xi, flga. 18,18 0^6 82 

If. eorifKUa, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xl, flga. 20, 20 a 8^-88 

jrMlttrM,ap.f Waloott, 1884 83 

JMoptoma, PhUlipa 88 

jr. pMIU^n. a.. Waloott, 1884, pLi, flga. 4.4 a 88-84 

jr.f anaioffo, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL i, flga. 11,11a 84 

O^rtoUtM, Conrad 84 

O. tinuaiui, K, &W., 1877 84 

PtfTopoda, 

Oolaoprion, Saadberger ;... 85 

C. nUnuta, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pi. xi, flga. 17, 17 a, and pL xii, flg. 21 86 

HyolWut^mOiwald §5 

H. wnuacemi, n. B., Waloott, 1884, pi. xi, flga. 18,100,6 85-86 

Otphaiopoda. 

OrfkoMTOto, pL xil, flga. l,la-«,2,8 86 

Endocerat protaiforme.HMll'i 1847, pL xii, flga. 1, 1 0-0 86 

Orthaeerat muUiMmtratum, HaUf 1847, pL xii, flg. 8 86 

OrihoceroM, ap.f Waloott, 1884, pi. xii, flg. 2 86 

^ndoeflrMfmcttOuftuIatiMii, Hallf 1847 87 

Ortkoeeras, Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. 1 5 and flga. 1, 2, p. 87 87 



Leperditia.'RoxuMH 88 

X. WWo, White, 1874 88 

Be^ridiia, McCoy ^ 88 

il«yrieftus,ap.; Waloott. 1884 88 

Piiimiilitet, Borrande. ^ 88 

PmeOcpoda 80 

DMUooephaliU, Owen 88 

D.JbuUiM, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pLxii, flga. 12,12 o^fr 804N) 

D.iiMspMlatw, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pLi, flg. 10 00 

Piye*oporia , Corda »1 

P. f(iiifM0Cafw,n.a.,Waloott,1884, pLxii,flg.l8 01 

BatikytiriM, Billinga , 01 

A /ett5iermilaeu«,n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. : 01-02 

B. f0i>n0«n«ri«,n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. 8 82-83 

B.ffuinaimM. n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. U 08 

Olfphtupis, Burmeiater 08 

C.f ^ravimofvituilitf, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pi. xU, flg. 10 «.... 08-04 

AmpMon, Pander 04 

A. nevadentii, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. 18 04 

OiractrM. Green 05 

Oaraurut f Waloott, 1884, pi. xii, flg. 17 05 

9ffmphy9urut, Ooldftiaa .'. 05 

^.f 9i>b(AMK, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xii flg. 18 05 

Btttrandia, McCoy 00 

B. fiMoovi, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. 5 00 

SaiTOfkito;ap.t Waloott, 1884, pL xii, flg. 8 08-07 

lUcmurus, Hall 07 

/.«af»fen*<#,n. a.. Waloott, 1884, pt xii, flga. 4,4 « 07-08 

Atapkus, Brongniart 08 

-A.«iiri6ott«i*<t,n.8., Waloott,1884, pLxii,flga.7,7a,8 08 

<A./«i9rioM,BiUinga,1805,pLxii,flg.l6 06 



192 BULLETIN NO 30, UNfTED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

P0fleiL8 OF TBI dbvohiam; 

Patoomofum, Boemer M 

P. ro«m«n,n.8.,WAlooU,1884,pl. xiii«llff.l2 , 90 

Jj4^2<Mp<m^ia, Boemer « 90 

.ij^Ioapofi^ 8p. f Waloott, 1884 .^ 90 

iSlromalflipofa, GhildftiM » ^ 100 



JteiKiti(«tA«miQ»A«rieo,Yaiiden&S]wm«rd,187f 100 

jniiKit»<Mbaiaftieo«6oldfti06,1829 100-101 

iVi«otite«,n.ap.,Waloott,1884 Ml 

Piftel(pordKtp.tWft]cott. 1884 , « 101 

AfaMolOMrfKa/ordMMit, HaUriSM 103 

OIodopomiMtldbxK Roniiigerf 1878 108 

dodoporotsp. nndt., Wa1ooU.1B84. , 108 

SUetafamoMi, Somingerf 1876 ^^ lOB-108 

iS^Kil^opora MtMVMi, Bimngs, 1899 108 

4yrinyoporajMr«{ei9aiM, Billings, 1898 lOS 

AiilopomMfy0n«,OoldAiMf.^ » 108 

C^aa<i9JkyIlHmeonite«ltfm,Miliie-Bdward«f a... 104 

CVotJkopMIttm ru^otum, BdwardB tad Haime, 1878 104 

OV»ti^AyII«m <laru2ton{, Milne-Edwards, 1870 106 

<VatiU^yBum, n.s.. Waloott, 1884 lOi-106 

G^aa0p^aiiisn.s.,Wak)otW1884.... 108 

J.Mnm2oria jMnl49«>fM,Goldfti8S, 1877 «.., «... 108 

PM*ypiky(bMi»wp<Kiman<(W]iittKH.ikW., 1884 106 

INpikMpAyttum timeoMiM, Billings, 1878 ^ 106-108 

C^vf^ylbim OfiMrioofittm, Hilne*Bdw*rds, 1878 ^ 108 

C^f(^&yllttm,n.s.,Wiaoo4t,]8a4 106 

Brmtiiiapoda. 

Xin^ttio, Bragaitoe ^ 108 

J^ tona, Bsll. 1867, pLxiil, fig. 2. ^ 108-107 

i;.l^i»a. Hall, i860, pLii,flg, 2 .- 107 

L,UifMk,T9t,nem»dmti; n.Tar., Wslcott, 1884, pLii,flg.8 »«^ 107 

luaaa-p{A«iuif,n.s., WaIoott,1884,pl.ii, ilgs.l,la ».., 108 

L. lonamf, n. s..Wsloott, 1884, pL xiii, flgs. 1, 1 a •. 108-109 

Xutp*itei,n.s., Waloott,1884,pLziU,i)g.8 108-Ul 

Difoina, LMnarok ,.,,..... » , lU 

JlLm<niila,Hidl,1848,pl.xiii,ilg.6 lit 

J>iMtea, sp.f Waloott,1884 112 

il.2ad«ti«it,HaU.1848,pLii.flgB.9b6a 112-118 

FkiaUbpi,BMSl ^. « lit 

P.MItaa,n.8MWslcoU,1884,pLII,flgs.6,6a,» . ,.» 118-114 

P. fiMdfXWVMtorif, n. s.. WalooU, 1884, pL U, ilg. 7 U4 

Ortftit, DiOnuui „.„ 114 

0.«Kfcnan#i. Meek, 1888 114 

O.iiiiprMW*, Hall. 1848. pL xiii. «g, 18 ^ U5 

0. ttiOJMMit, YanQxem, 1842, pL i(, flgs. 12, 12 a. 116-Ue 

AmiM ium, Hall « , lie 

Ad0VOiiieiM}i,n.s.,Waloott,1884,pl.xiii,flgs.4,4« 116 

mrtptorkynekut, B^ng „ •. «„ 117 

8, ehmimgentii^ Conrad sp., 1842, pi. xUi. flgs. 7 and 16 » 117-U8 

/SIropAoiiMtia, Blainville - llg 

i9. r*oiii»o<daU«, WUokens, sp IIB 

/Skrqpftodonlo, Hall .- 118 

B. demisia, Conrad, sp., 1842, pL ii, flgs. 8. a, » « llg-lW- 

AjHi«*rt<m<,Hall,1897 119 

8. imquiradiata, Hall«1897, pL zi, flgs. U, 11 a ^ 199 

8.perplana, Conrad, 8p.,1842, pLxlU, flg.ll...«. — 120-121 

S^pwtehOifera, Conrad, sp., pi. xiii, flg. 10 ...» 121 

8. arcuata. Hall! 1858 ^ 121 

AoolHnt, Miller. 1883, pL xiii, flg. 6 « 12t 

CA<m«te», Fischer 128-12S 

C. A«m^pJ^«rica, Hall, 1897 ^ - 128 

a<l«/wto,Hall,1857,pLH,flgii,8,8<i.6 194 



WRITINGS OF C. D. WALOOTT. 193 

atmmenmaia^HaJlllsa 1M-1S6 

aMl<9mi,Hin,1843 - 115 

aiiM«roi(niiCa,ii.«.,WftIoot«,18S4,pLii,flg.l8,]>LziU,iltt.l4k^^ lSI-i;S7 

a>liflri«to.iL«..Walcott.l8M.pLziil.ilgt.l9^16a 117-138 

Pr^nctM$,Saw9tbj 138 

8DbfefiiuiVMlttef«ffa,Htn,1867 188 

P. iProdueUtta) tubaeuhatui, Mnrah, pL tU, fig. 3, pL xiil, flft. 11, 10 a, 10, 10 a 118-138 

P.(fVodiMf«ll«)tA««M»rtf<aiMM,HaU,1858.ia.ziT,il|e,l U»-110 

i^(IVMhM!te{to)Jhrfl(m«l«,lL•.,WAloott,1884.pLxiii,ilg■.17,17a UO-IH 

F.(F)ndiieiaa)navieeaa,Ban,19Sft,p\.jm,hg.9 Ill 

i'.(iVMriictel(a)(nMMalif«,Htai8S7,pl.xiT,flg.l. 111-181 

R (Prod^ieUUa) laekryvUmu raf. Hrnni, Oomnd, ip., IMS, pL zfil, flfs. lit 18 a 181 

P.{F^0duettaa)taehrymo$us^mr.itiffmaiu9,'Han,imr : 181-188 

P:(iVo4«rtellci)jp«eioMtf,HAn,1887.pI.xiil,flg.8 188 

jP.Mrff«f(AmN«,iL«^WAlo(>tt,188«,pLli,fl£&10,10a 188-184 

ap^era,%owtsebj 184 

&<fiMM<fa,8ow«rby,1840 184-186 

4L foriMfCo, Conrad, ip.. 1843, pL Ir, ilgB. 3» 3 c^ pL ziT, flg. 13 186 

AMHe0Ml.Htl],1887 136 

4Lp«tT»<Mia, Hall f, 1858, pLxiT.flg.lO 187 

il)paVMti(ip. ii]idl),Walcott,1884 187 

AmfbtiMmni, Meek, 1800 138 

«.j»<«i<»iMfwi«,Meeli,1870,p].lr,flg8.1,l«-/ 188 

8iibgeDnaJr(ar(iiili8,HeC07 188 

8. (Mtirtinia) giabra^liMtiin .' 180 

& (JToitliua) plo^rs rar. n^MdMwii, iL TAT. Waleotl. 1884, pL til, i^ 

14tf,b 188L.140 

&(jr«rf{fiia)fMaia,Bnilng8,1800,pLlii,ilga.l,la^pLxiT.ilta.l3,13a 141-143 

A(jr«rfifiic)iiii^«r«,Boeiiier,1844,pLUi,ilgi.8,8a,5;0^8a,pLxir,^ 148-140 

(VtiMa, DaTfdaon 140 

C.datidaon<.ii.a.. Wa]€ott,1884.pLlll,ilga.3,3a-i 110-147 

C. JkAfwtfCoiMiitii, Hall, 1867 147 

NndttftyUra^naXL 147 

Jf.ecMMifMti, Hall. 1848 147 

iUbyrit. HeCoy 148 

^.0fi90lioa, Han, 1801 148 

^fftyri9(8p.iiiidt).Wa]MC«,1884 148 

jr<Kffell«,Hall 148 

FM^fMiui, Davidaon ...- 148 

ir.(VJklf;laMfo)«MMvta,Cimrad,Bp.,1841,pLlll,flg.8,8a,6 148-148 

^tTKlM^ Datanao 150 

A.retidutariM(LbuuBn%vp.), DalHiaii, pL sir, ilga. 0^ a, 6 150 

A. detqmmmalm, 8 u w er bj , pL xIt, flga. 4, 4 « 150-151 

Tn m m loipira, Hatt 151 

l'.ifi/W9iMM;Hall,ii.a..Waloott,1884,pLiT,fl«a.8,8ak5 151 

A^ndkMMiiii, Flaeher 163 

JiAOTtf0r<ii.Hall,180D,pL zlT,ilg.3; pLzT,flg.0 163 

&ti(i^BillSiiKB,1800 158 

i^0eB<tf0iu,m.a.,Walooit,1884,pLzT,fl«a.8,8a,5 151-158 

JiesiKMMa,Heelt,1868,pLzT,fl«a.l,lai 4,4a 158-156 

&tf«v»ii0al«,Hall,1848,pLzlT,flg.8 156 

&jm9iMif,lfartiii,1800,pLztT,fl«a.7,7a 15^167 

JtMMMmK,H.fcW.,18n 167 

Qabgemm LtinfrtiMnehtu, Hall 157 

RtLeiorkfiukMi) tuiMdmuU, n. a., Waloott. 1884, pLzir, ilg8.0,0a,6 167-166 

£:(l>forJ^iiMtM)«liMiafut,Hall,1887,pLzlr.flg.6 158-168 

JL (£«9r*rwJkii«) fanira, BflHiiga, 1800 158 

PrntenMTM, Bowerby 158 

dabxeniia OKP<<ficla Hall 150 

iP.«Mi<«. Owen. 1863.plUl,flga.4,7; pLxir, flga.16, 15a,6; pL zr, flga. «, 6 «» >• - 168-101 

F. Miff, n. a., Waloott, 1884.pl. til, figs. 0, 9 OHi 101-103 

Vntpiondla, Han 108 

afeiiTMla,ik.a..WBlooU,I884,pLxT,flga.3,3a,6 108 

OLp<fMfwnffiff,ii.a.,Walcot(.1884,p].iT,flga.4,4a,6 108-104 

120— BoU. 30 13 



194 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL M J8EUM. 

LanuXUbranehiata. 

PUrinea, Goldfiiss 185 

P.>(a5eUa, Conrad, sp. 1842, pi XY, fig. 12 ; plY,flg.6 1«S 

P. nwarAwwu, n.».,Walcott,1884,plv,fig.l2 165-lW 

Aetinapteria,EjaU. 168 

X6oyd<, Conrad, sp., 1842, pl.y.flg. 2 168 

i«ifl!ptona,Hall,1883,pLv,fig8.10,10a ^. 168 

L.raJlneBquii, Hall, 1883, pi. v, figs. 10, 10 a 106 

Ltptoduma, B.sXi....'. 167 

i/. (ran«Mr«a, n. fu, Waloott, 1884, pi. T, fig. 18 167 

Xitnoptera, Hall 167 

L. €arm4ntieia, n. s., Waloott, 1884, pL v, figs. 3, 3 a, 5 167-168 

Jly«torca,Hall 16* 

Jf. dt««a,n. 8., Waloott, 1884, ptiv, fig. 6 168 

id eA«mtcn^en«u, Conrad, 1842, pL iv, fig. 9 108-160 

SabgenOB P(ee%omyfi{t<«, Hall 168 

jr(PIetAofnytaiM)ov^ormu, Conrad, 1842. pLv, fig. 11 168 

Modiomorpha, Hall.. ^ 168 

Jf.attiA>rm«.n.B.,Walcott,1884,pLv,fig.» 1«-170 

Jf. oWon^o.n. a., Waloott, 1884, pLv, fig. 7 170 

Jf.oWi«a,n.8.,Waloott,1884,pLiv,fig8.8,8a 171 

Ooniop/ioro, Phillips 171 

^.p«ran^utoto, Hall, 1870, pL XV, fig. 10 171 

Nucula, Lamarok 172 

J\r. rewu^MM, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi. x\, fig. 9 172 

Nue%da,Bp.f Walcott,.1884 .- 172 

I^ftactetta, Hall 172 

D. i»i*tttom,n.s., Waloott, 1884, pL XV. fig. 8 172,173 

Megambonia^lBiall 173 

Jf.occuIttaZi#,n.8.,Walcott,1884,pLv,fig.l., 173 

AyMM, Hall 173 

2ir.|)arra,n.8.,Waloott,1884,pIxv,flga.l4,14a 178,174 

Orommyfia, De Yenieml 174 

G'.*n<nor,n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pL XV, figs. 16, 15 o 174-175 

SanguinoliUi, T£cCoy 175 

S.t «>m6«wif, n. 8., Wnlcott, 1884, pi. XV, fig. 16 175 

8.f ^ac«i», n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi. iv, fig. 10 175-17( 

iS. rijyu*u«. White & Whitfield, 1862, pi. xvi, flflf. 6 17i 

& f tondi«*y«n««. Meek, 1871, pi. V, fig. 4 176-171 

/?. r«aricottt«, Whit© & Whitfield, sp., 1862, pL XV, fig. 13 ITl 

f7onocardmm, Brown , 17 

O. n«>cid«n#i#, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi. xvi, figs. 4, 4 a 177-171 

Paraeyelotf, Hall 171 

P. oocid«i«aii#. H. & W., 1872 171 

PoHdonomya^ Bronn IT 

F.UbvU, n.8., Wnlcott,1884,pl.iv,fig.6 i 178-1? 

P. dewntca. n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL iv. fig. 7 17»-19 

Jfierod<m, Conrad Ig 

Subgenus C!/prieardeUa,'EBl\ 18 

M. (Oypricardella) tn a«ro«f riattM, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pL v, fig. 6 18 

AnodontopsU, "McCoy Ig 

Xamypdatofformw, n. 8.,Walcott,1884,pl. xv,figa7,7 a, ft 180-18 

SchizodtUf'Eiiufi Ij 

Subgenus OytAerodon, Hall 18 

8. (Oyiherodon) orbumtorur, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pi. v, figs. 8, 8 a Ij 

Cypr%eardirna,'ELal\ li 

a indmta, Conrad, sp., 1842, pL V, fig. 14 ; pl.xv,fig.ll , u 

Oasteropoda. 

PlatyeeroM, Conmd H 

P. conradi n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi xvi, figs. 1, 1 a 183-1 J 

P.no({o«um,Conrad, ]841,pL vi, figs. 5, 5a,6 U 

P.undutoft<m,n.8.,Walcott,1884,pLvi,flg8.2,2a U 

P.«fc«f<A>nn«,n.8.,Walcott,1884,pl.vi,flga.4,4a,6 Ij 

Platyottoma, Conmd 11 

P. ZitMo^um. Conrad, 1842 Ij 



WBITINGS OF C. D. WALCOTT. 195 

Page. 

£u0mphaiu$,QowtiTbj 1B5 

^. eurdbentif, n. •., Wftloott, 1884, pL XTi, flg«> 2. 2 a 186-186 

J?.(PAafMrotiiMM)la«ia.HaU.1861.pLTi.flg.8 188 

SccmUomphaUu^'BoriioclL 187 

i?.<l#voi»ieu«,D.t.,Waicott,1884,pl.Tifl£i.e^6a 187 

g Cmp a roBiK. Montfort 187 

&f»etparteii«itf,n.t.,Wft]oott.l884,pLxvl,figs.7,7a 187-188 

PfafyMMtmo, MoCoy 188 

P. / meeuyi, D. r, WiUcoU» 1884, pL zrii, flgs. 1, 1 a-« 188 J 

P./amM9iMim,n.ft..WAloott,1884,pLxTii,flcs.8,3a 188-188 

OaUonM%a,Bal\ 188 ] 

ao<9eid«Heaiu,n.8.,Walcott,1884.pl.xri,flgs.3,8a 180 

Xo»m«ma.Phillipe 100 

X.. Mtramm. n. •., Wftloott, 1884. pL ZTi, fig. 8 100 { 

X. no6a«. n. »., Wtloott, 1884, pL XTi. flg. 100-191 

L.rtubaa0Wt4Uum,BailLUmi 101 

X. af39»ro«M}»a<i«m, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL Ti, fig. 7 101-103' 

XodBOfMma / sp. andt.. WAloutt, 1884 103 

XoamMma, sp. nndt., Wftlcoti, 1884 101 

BtfOeropAon, Hontfort 101 

B.iMrptoM,n.t.,W«loott,1884,pLxTil,flg».<,6a.& 100 | 

B.oon««n,n.t..WAloott,1884.pl.xrii.ilg8.0,0a,5 108-104 

B.^ra,Hiai 104 

Afeda, Hall 104 

AnuBfo^HaUf - 104 

B.|Mlop«.HiJlt 104 

j80olio«tom«, Brann 106 i 

&af}MriMiia,n.a.,Waloott,1884,pLTi,flg8.1,la-i 106 

MeU>pUma,yhmiv 106 \ 

if./(lmNm<ea,ii.«.,WalooU,1884,pLxTli,ilg8.2,8a 106-106 

PUropoda, 

Tgntaeulitti, Schlothelm 106 

T.graemMtriaiui,Ban 106-107 ] 

T,seaiarif9rmii,BaXi 107 j 

T.mtUnuaiu»,Btil 107 1 

r.6eai(|y«,HaIlt 107 

^l^lM»te,LeSo«iir 107 

A;lMUf«aa, Han 107 

S./lsturaiam.iniemUtU»$,B»n ... 107-108 

OMMfloria, Miner 106 

Ob m i laW a. ap. irndt., Waleott> 1884r. 108 

HwolUkM,^kihw9Mi 100 

J7yeI<CAM.«P'(f).^»l<»^1884,pLTi,fl8B>^8a 100 

CM«oiii«,Han 100 

ai9vif,iLa.,Walcott,1884,pLTi,ilg.O 100-200 



OrtiboefTot, Bfe jnina 200-202 

ffom pk Mt r oi, Sowerby 202 

0.«iitev<^bmM,n.a..Waloott,1884,pLxyli,ilga.8,8a 202-203 

CVrtoeerof, Gk>ldf oaa 203 

aiM«acr«iM«,ii.s.,WaIoott.l884,pLxTii.flgs.7,7a 20S 

GoniatUm.'DeBMtai 308 

«.dMa«trtii«,n.a.,Walcott,1884,pl.xTll,flg.l0 208-204 

OntstacML 

B«|rrioMa.HoCoy 204 

lX.(iVim<fia)oMidmtaNf,ik.t,Waloott,1884,pLxyli,ilga.4.4a 204-206 

UpmrdUta^Rowalt 206 

I..feteiMbila»n.t.,Waloott,1884.pLxTi,flg.6 206 



PIkaeopt, Bmmerioh 207 

P.f«M«,6rees,tp.,1832 207 

DtOmamUt, Emmerieh 207 

I>.tnecU,iLS.,WalooU,1884.pl.xyii,flg8.6,Sa-« 207-200 

Jttgmawttof, nadl ap., Waloott, 1884 210 

P»^90(itf,Steinloger 210 



196 BULLETIN NO. 30^ UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUK. 

P.haldemani,BaXUlWl 2W 

P. mai^nolif, Conrad, sp., 1830 MO-Jll 

PAiUijwia, Portiock fll 

P. coronate, HaU 11876 Ml 

Soppo«edeg(C8oftheTrilobite 211 

F08SIL8 OF THB CARBONIFIBOUS. 

Eehinodermala. 

ArehceoddartM, McCoy ; 21J 

ArelicBoeidarig, ep.,? Walcott, 1884 213-21S 

BfoMiopoda. 

Ditein a, Lamarck 218 

D.n««*«Tj/t, Hall, 1888. pLxvill^iTga. 3,2,2 «f 213 

D.naWa, PbiUipR. 1836,pLvii, flgB.4,4a 213-214 

D. connate, n. ■., Walcott, 1881, pL vii« flg. 3, 3 a 214 

Produetut, Sowerby 214 

P. tubaeuleatut, March., pL vil,flg.2 214-215 

Spiiifera, Sowerby 215 

S. trigonalU, Martin, sp.. 1809, pLxvUl, ilg.ll 215-2W 

8. Wdyi, N. & P., 18.W, pl.xvlll, flga.4, 4a 216 

8,anneUani, n.a., Walcott, 1884, pL xviii, figs. 7, 7a 216-217 

5. n«t^(«cta, Hall, 1858, pi. xviil, flg. 10 '. 217 

i8. dendcroto, n. 8.. Walcott, 1884, pL tU, fig. 8 217-218 

Subgenus Spiriferina, D'Orbigny 218 

S, (Spiriferina) criiUUa, Sohlotbelm, 1816, pLxvUl, figs. 12, 13 218-n9 

ayringolhyrU, Wlnchell 211 

5. cuspidate, Martin, ap., 17W 219-220 

i2ef2ia. King 2M 

A. rodialit, Pbillipa, sp., 1836. pLvli, fig8.6, 6a-A -. 229-222 

AthvrU, McCoy 222 

J. Airtute, Hall, 1857, pL xviil, ilg. u *. 22S 

BhyfiehoneUa, Fischer 223 

R.«wekentii, n.s., Walcott. 1884, pi. xt til, flgB.8, 8a-e -. 23 

J?. eA«ra.n.s., Walcott, 1884, pLvii.flgs. 6.6 o-c 22a-22( 

Oamarophoria, King 28( 

O. eooperentU, Sbumard, 1855, pL xviii, flg.6 29( 

IVre6ra(i4te, Llhwyd 2ft 

r. Aoffote, Sowerby 2a 

i^amettt&raneAiate. 

Avieulopeeten, McCoy 22 

il. Aa^nict, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi xlx, flg. 4 226-22 

ii. «ttrdton«<«, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLxix, fl0B.2.3 22 

A, peroecidetM, n.B., Walcott. 1884, pLviil, fig. 8 227-22 

A. pineoen*i*. n. 8, Walcott, 1884, pi. viii. fig.6 » 

ii. o^nit, n. s., Walcott, 1884, plxlx, figs. 1, la 229-31 

Avieulopeeten, sp.t Waloott, 1884 21 

iSltrefrlopCeria, McCoy 23 

S. Hmilit, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pi. viii, figs. 4, 4 Ord, and pL xix, fig. 7 280-21 

Orenipeeten, Hall 29 

O. AaUanta, n. 8., Walcott. 1884, pL viii. figs. 7, 7a-c 231-28 

Pteritiopecten, Hall 21 

P. hootaeenHt, n. a., Walcott, 1884, pLylii, flg.9 832-23 

P. apio, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLvIii, flgs.!, la 28 

P(mn«a, Goldfti«s a 

P. pinfoenm, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLxix, flg.lO 2! 

£«p(odMma, Hall a 

XeptodMma, 8p. f Walcott, 1884 21 

PtyehopUria, Hall 2S 

P. lwo<qAwm«, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLviil, flg.5 2i 

Pinna, Linnseas 2S 

P. inezpeetant, n. 8.. Walcott, 1884, pi. xix, flg.ll SS5-2i 

P. eonHmilU, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pl.xx, flg.13 22 

Mj/alina, De Koninck Z 

M. congeneric, n. s., Walcott> 1884, pi. xix, fig. 6, and pL xxii, fig. 10 Z 

M. nemesit, n. s., Walcott. 1884, pLxix, flg.5, and pL xxii. fig.7 837-2! 

M.netnu, n. b., Walcott, 1884, pL xxii, fig8.8, 8a 8 



WBTTINGS OF C. D. WALCOTT. 197 

Paga 
IfMliate. Lnuiek 289 

jr./MMtfiM(f,iLS..Waloott,1884,pLxiz,flg.8 2W 

JCMKomoryJU. HiU tM 

jr. MMft^tiat B.t., WaJoott, U8I, pLxx, flg.1 289-840 

if.ftf«0idirata,iL8..WAloott.l884,pLxx,flf.8 840 

jr./p<iilo«wif. ii.s.,Waleott.l884,pLxz, flg.2^ 140-441 

Kueuta, LMDMok 241 

y. iiMiiterif, iL«., Waloott. 1884, pLxx. ilg.l4 240 

2r.liMU(A»r«M, D.t..Waloott,1884, pl.xzii,flg».l,la 241-842 

MfNMiya, Lamarok 242 

AeMrfimi.«.,Waloott,1884,pLxxii,ilg«.6,ai 242 

jr«0tNloii, Ljoett 248 

Jf. A<M»a«mA,Htil, 1870, pLxxUi^flfs. 8,6 •-« 243 

jr. Cnmeaftw, n. •.. WalooU, 1884, pi Tiii, flg. 2 248-244 

Orammvia, DeVerneail 244 

G. hmmUbaUmtii, Shomard, sp.. 186S, pLxx. flg.4 244 

O.Cfmcola, Connd, tp., 1841, pLxx,flg.5 245 

JteMMlta, D«Koiiiiiek 245 

£.m«don,ii.t.,W«loott,1884, pLz3dii,flg.8 245 

i^.f cireMterit, iLs., WalooU, 1884, pLzxii, flg.0 246 

FimtnplMmt, JLing 248 

P.iiMdfci,n.«..WakMt(,1884,pLTiil,flg.8 248 

8mmgwtm9Utn, MtCoj 247 

&<MiM«,H.4tW., 187e,pLxx. fl«t.8.7,0 247 

8.rttutMS,iLB,,WaleoU,lBB4,plTT,tg.lO 247-248 

A«i«ipl«B.ii;t..Wftloott.l884,pLxx,flc.ll 248 

i9.«all<r{,ik.s.,W«leott, 1884.pl. XX. flg. 12 248-248 

&/ iMm<a,Bgk,Waloott. 1884, pLxix, flg. 248 

A«4r<Mu^ii.s.,Watoott.l884,pLxxiii.flg.7 240-250 

JRertMbm, Connd 260 

Sabgniu (^priMmMla, Hidl 260 

jr. (C%9»HMnMte)«0i»Aalu«,xi.8.,W«loot(,1884,pLxxir,flg8.6^6a 269-261 

CiMtiioto, Broderlp 261 

at/Km«tala,n.s.,Wftksott,1884, pLxxli,flgB.4«4a 261 

Sek it o d uM^TOng 262 

8, emuatui, Meek. 1876, pi xx, flg. 8 262 

&d9areHt.ii.t.,Walcott,1884,pLxxli,flg.6 252 

&eiirt^orm«.]Lt.,W»lootl.l884,pLxxii,flgs3,8a 258 

&ptetf0iwif,]La.,WAlcoU,1884,pLxxii,flg».2,2a 258-264 



Pf«^«frw;OoBnMl 264 

P.efleitfMM, ii.t.,Wa]eott,1884,pLxxiT.flg«.0,9a 254 

P.piw,ii.s..WAleott,1884.pLxxiT,flgt.7,7a.5 254-256 

PteiyoitoaM, Connd 266 

P.{iMnMifmn,9.s^Waloott,1884,ptxxiT.flgt.3,8a 266 

Mmo mpkm h i9 , Boworbj 266 

S. (StnjfaroUut) mbrugotvi, M. Sc W., 1878. pLxriii, flg. 19 256-268 

BribropAMi, Hontfort ; 266 

JL«M|^iW0Mii».n.t.,WAlootft,1884,pLxxiU,flg8.1,la;pLxxir,flg.6,«ndflg.8,p.267. 256-267 

2.lMEfaic,Hidl,tl8n,^XTiil,flg.l8 267-258 

XosMMMO, Fhillipe 258 

X.ME(i,ii.s.,Walcott,1884.pLxxiT,flg«.l,la 268-269 

Plm^otomorio, Defranoe 269 

P. m od P margi matm , McChemey, I860. pL xvfli, flg. 15 /. 259 

P.iMwid^>to,n.».,WBloott,1884,pLxxiT.flgfc2,2a 269-280 

M»muk0tht9, PhflMpe 260 

j rw r u d M l ug, »p., f Valcott, 1884. pL xxiv, flg. 8 .*. 260 

JMispADMt, PhUllpa 260 

Jr. p0f0 oi dnu , n. ■., Valcott, 1844, pL xvlU, flg. 16 260 

AmfuHnrim, Lmai^k 261 

A,f p $ m t ai , Walcott, 1888. flgi. 4, 6, p. 261 261 

PftyM,<l>rnpsni«nd 262 

P.prMn. W^ieott;1868;flg.6,p.262 262 

Tnt^ina, Valcott^ 1888 263 

£Mr«MMria»Valcott»1888,flg.7,p.268 268 



198 BULLEtm NO. do, UintRD STATB8 NATIONAL MUSEUIL 

JrittopOmtk 

OofMitorio^ ICDler _.. 384 

amiffoiiHMKff. SwaUow,fl880,pLxxiii,ilg.4 384 

JByoKOaf , Eiohwald 214 

^.«ir6onar«a.ii.i., W»lcott,18M,ptxxttl.llg.8 , 264 

OtphalopodtL 

Orthoeenu, Breyniiu 265 

O, rtmdolphmuii, Worthen, f 1882, pL xrlii. fig. 17 265 

O.Mir«lwn«<t, ik.B.,Waloott,1884,pLzxiii.flgt2,2a 265-266 

Orti^oofrof, 8p.,f Wftloott, 1884 266 

PmeOopodOt 

ti^^UMdtff, Portlock... 206 

<?. lk>rflo«K, M. & W., 186S,pLxxiT,flg8 4,4a,& 288-267 

Syttemftdolittoffotsilsof eaohgeologlolbnBatioii C68-281 

PalMwoic Motion in Central Nevadft 283-285 

24. 

Walcott, C. D.— On the Cambrian Faunas of North America ; Preliminary etndies. 
<BuU. U. 8. GeoL Sorv. No. 10, pp. 1-74, pL i-x. Waehington, 1884. 

This oontAini three parte. The first ie a " ReTiew of the fknna of the Saint John formatioo, 
oontained in the Hartt collection." Mr. Matthew propoeed the specific names for the new 
spedes excepting for one, Harttia nuUthswi, the type of the n. g. Harttia, Walcott. Theaathor 
does not accept the genas CanoeepkaUies and refers its different species to some of Pl^chcparia 
and one of Ckmocmyphe. The following species are mentioned : 

Page. 

jETo^fftOM, Billings 14,2»4 

J?. l^riivMsma, Billings, 1868. pL i, fig. 2 14-15,204-295 

i^ifVuto, Bmgni^re , * 18,296 

i;./d«MMon<, n.s:, Matthew, M88., 1884, pLv.flgl 8....: 15,295 

Aerothd$, Linnarson 15^295 

A.mottJkMPJ, Hartt, sp., 1868, p).i, figs. 4,4 a 1&-16, 295-296 

06oMIa, Billings 16,296 

O.fronMTta, Hartt, 1868, pLi, figs. 6,5a 16,299 

06oMIa,sp.,nndt., Walcott, 1884 10-17,298-297 

Oraif, Dalman 17,297 

O-MSifvK, Hartt, 1868, pLi, figs 1,15-d 17-18,297-298 

Ort^a,/sp.,Walcott,1884, pLi,fig. la 18,296 

Horttia, n. g, Walcott, 1884 •. 18-10,298-299 

ff.matt*«ffi,n.s., Walcott, 1884, pLi, flg.3 19,299 

PolcaoonMa, H. and W. (Stmoth^ea) 10.299 

iStofMlAseaoMdMa, Hartt, sp., 1868, pi. i, fig. 6 10,209 

^yo{i<A«t,Eichwald 30,800 

H.acadiea, n.s., Hartt, sp.,M8S., 1884, pi. ii, fig. 5 20,300 

^.danian««,n.s..Matthew,M8S., 1884, pLii, figa.7a, 5 20-21,800-301 

^. mima«,n.s., Matthew, MSS., 1884, pLii,fig.6 '. 21-22,301-302 

A|rno«ftw, Brongniart 22,302 

^.OMdiota, Hartt, 1868, pLii, figs. 2 2 o-e 22-28,302-303 

JfiorodiietM, Emmons 23,303 

ILdaw9oni, Hartt, 1868, pi. ii, figs. 8, 3 a 23,308 

Jf:|mne<afttf, Salter, 1804, pLii, figs. 1, 1 o-e 24-25,808-304 

Paradoofides, Brongniart 25,305 

F.lamMatut, Hartt, 1808, pi. iU, figs. 2, 2a 25^305 

F.aeadicut, MaUhew, 1882, pL ili, figs. 3, 8 a 25-27,305-807 

P.tUminieut, Matthew, 1888, pi. iii, figs. 1, 1 a-g 27,307 

OonocorypA*, ConiM 28,808 

a(Sabgenasf), ma«/W«K, Hartt, sp., 1868, pLir, figs. 1,10^5 28-80,806-310 

awoleoCK, Matthew (In Ut.), 1884 30-81,810-811 

BoaiaOa (new snbgenns). MaUhew, 1884 81-32,811-812 

a (BaOUUah baOeyi, Hartt, sp., 1888, pi. ir, figs. 8,8 a; pLr, flgs.7,7 a 32-88,812-313 

a«IiVafW,Hartt,sp.,1868,pl.iv,flgs.2.2a<5 a 88-84, SlS-814 

PliyeAoparia, Corda 84-30,814-810 

P. fo»i, Hartt. sp., 1868, pLTi,figH,l« 80-87, Sie«7 

P.eiiaiv«iMKana,Hartt»ap^l868,pLT,figa.4»4»/. f7-«^817-SU 



WBITIH08 OF C. D. WALOOTT. 199 

P. t rn tmitm ^ mn a t m. aurora H«tl» tj^ 1868; pL ▼, flg.8^ It-ai;tl8-tl9 

P.gMiwt»«f,HTtt,ip.,18fl8,pLT,flg. 1 80.810 

P.trtaim, Hwti» ■p.,1808. pL t, !!«•. 8,8a 88-40, 818-830 

P.OTMtetTW. CJbrvttcf, Hartt, ip., 1868, pLT, llg. 9....*. 80-41,880-881 

P.tmtr, HMit. ■p.,1868, pL t, flgs. 8,80,8 ^. 41-48,881-888 

TheMooodpartismifhe *'FMiii»of|]MBraliitneMgflUiM." TlMMitikordoaMitlioqpeGl- 
ic dMhfmce between P w ado gU m hmUmi aad P, bmmUL He deeeribee Ihe toMewliif tonoMt 

P««e. 

JSIyeKthM. XSehwiUd ^ *. 44,894 

AtUliri,ii.s.,Walooit.l884,pLTii,flffs.4,4a^ .44-4^894-895 

Pmrm4occidm,BnmgaiMxt 48^888 

P.Aflriaiii,Oieeii,1884,pLTil,flc.8; pL Till, flgs. 1,1 *-i{ pLiz, flf. 1 48*47,886-897 

P^dUpflrio, Cord» 47,897 

P.f«9«r«i,]i.i.,Waleott.l884,pLirii,llg.9 47-i8» 897-898 

IfnMlec, CordA 46^888 

iLfiMidrwi^Mterit, Whitfleld, ep., 1884, pL lii, flg. 1 4848,898-898 

The third partis ^'QnanewgiiiiieMidtpeeieeQf Phyllopod*fhnii the middle Oemhrieii.'* 

Prwttcmit, n. g.,WtimoiU, 1884 ^ 80^888 

P m m rthi , a. ■,, Veleott, 1884, pL x, iig. 1 r. 68-61,80»48l 

25. 

I Waloott, C. D. Paleontologio Notes. < Am«r. Jour, Set., 8d aer., roL xxiXf Feb* 
^ nuffy, pp. 114-117, pL on p. 116. New Hayeo, 1885. 



XtanorMonto, n. g., Weloottk 1888 , II8 

OtebCe ArtmoHra, ilge. 1, 9,p.ll8 118 

Lkma rm o mi m t rm m vt raa , Hartt, ip., ilgi. 8,4,p.ll8 118 

£.Mvtt«sK0. Age. 6-8;p.U8 ....: w 118 

JLlr«MeirM^flgB.8,7,p.U8 118 

WiLOOiT, C. D. Paleoioio Notes; New Genu of Cambrian Trilobitee, MeeonadB. 
<A]ner. Joor. 8ci., 8d ser., yol. xxix, April, pp. 328-390, figs. 2. New Hayen, 
1885. 

Pace. 
J f ita wa ai i, n. g^ Waleott^ 1880, ilga. 1, 9,p.898 .-.. 898-880 

27. 

Walooit, C. D. Note on some Paleosoio Pteropods. <Amer. Jonzn. Sd., 8d seti, 

ToL TXT, July, pp. 17-21, figs. 1-6. New Hayen, 1886. 

Pace. 

MaUk09ia, n. g., Waloott, 1886 17-18 

^ Jt MrtaWKt. a. •., Waleott, 1886, figs. 1-6^ p.90 18-18 

HeteonHyettthee (CemaNlheee) mamaa^ Ited....^....^................^ 18-81 



F^RT IV. 



PUBLICATIONS BASED UPON THE PALEONTOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS 
OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



BY 

JACOB WHITMAN BAILEY, 
TIMOTHY ABBOTT CONRAD, 
JAMES DWIGHT DANA, 
CHRISTIAN OOTTFRIED EHRENBERG, 
JAMES HALL, 
AN6EL0 HEILPRIN, 
ALPHEU8 HYATT, 
JULES MARCOU, 



JOHN STRONG NEWBERRY, 
I. N. NICOLLET, 
DAVID DALE OWEN, 
HIRAM A. PROUT, 
JAMES^SCHIEL. 
BENJABilN F. SHlBiARD, 
ROBERT PARR WHITFIELD. 



201 



L-THE WRITINGS OF JACOB WHITMAN BAILEY. 



Bailkt, J. W. [Deecriptions of fossil freab-WAter infusoria from Oregon.] <Bep. 

Expl. Exp. to the Rocky MoimtainB and to Oregon and North California, by J. 

C. Fr^Biont. Appendix A. Geological formations by James Hall, p. 302, pL v. 

Washington, 1845. 

Ptge. 

Jhmofia KbrOf, Bhrenberg, pL ▼, ilgs. 1,2,8 v ^^ 

EunoKagibba, Ehr., pt ▼, 11x8.4,6 302 

l^SmwIariajMiMypteraf, Ehr., pLr, flgt.6 302 

Ooeeonemaeifmbiformef, Bhr., pL t, flgt. 7,8,9 : 302 

Gomphonema dtuatmmf.Vhr., fiL Tt Hg^ 10, 11 .' 302 

G^mpkcnema mimUistimum, Ehr., pL t, llg . 12 802 

e ^UJ o n t H a , n. s., J. W. Bailey, 18i5, pL r, flgs. 13, 14, 16 302 

OoWoiMOadiftofwf, J. W.BAUey.pLT. flg.l6 302 

ObMOfMifprMetarfa, Ehr., pLy, flgt. 17,18 302 

jyapiBafia, J. W. BaUey, 1846, pL ▼, ilg. 10 302 

AtKreOo, J. W. Bailey, 1845, pt t. fig. 20 302 

jya^iZZariarAoMoMOMif, J.W.fiaOey, 1846, pLT,llg.21 302 

Spicnto of Areeh-water ipongee, pt T, ilgs. 22, 23 302 

/,pl.T,flg.34 302 

Seale slO-lOOtbs of millimeter magidiiedeaiully with drawings, pi. Y, flg.26 302 

2. 

Bahjct, J. W. Letter upon Infusorial Fossils submitted to him by Dr. Schiel. <Hep. 
Expls. and Snrvs. from the Mississippi Riyer to thct Pacific Ocean. Report of 
Expls. for a route for the Pacific Railroad of the line of the forty-first parallel 
of north latitude, by lieut. E. G. Beckwith, 1854. Vol. ii, chap, x, pp. Ill, 112, 
pi. iii (pars.). Washing^ton, 1855. 

Page. 

l^»aMtMi.pLiii,flga.6,6 Ul 

Ooeeonema a»p§rumt Ehr Ill 

Ooeeon^ma cffm^ififrmt^ Ehr • Ill 

Diioopita atmotpkt&riea, Ehr Ul 

Air<r«BaeampyIo<ttMu«/,Ehr.,pLlii,flg.4 Ill 

OweMMit, pt iU, flg. 8 lU 

(VmMZaiTifrfta, n. s.. Bailey, 1866, pL iii,llg.l Ul 

OifmatopUura I eampjfloditeui, n. ■., Bailey, 1886, pL iii, flgi.2Sk> ^^ 

0alZcifiaBa,pl.iii,flgs.7ak6 112 

GalltimtRa variana 112 

Ptn m ml aria iioWKt, Ehr. ,*. ! ! U2 

Pmnularia viriait 112 

Jhffhmitia 112 

AwJtuBsiyi wid fcla (FEhr.) ^ ^ 112 

Pdlen of 1^110 ^ 112 

112 



194 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL M J8EUM. 

LameOibranehiata, 

PUrinea, GiAdfuM IfiS 

P.>(a5eUa, Conrad, sp. 1842, pL XY, fl^ 12 ; pLv,flg.6 Itt 

P. nworAwwu, n. 8., Walcott, 1884.pl. V, fig. 12 105-186 

AcHnopteria^HaiW 166 

^. 6oydi, Conrftd, sp., 1842, pi. V, fig. 2 166 

Xtfiopteria. Hall. 1883, pLv, figs. 10, 10 a ^ 166 

L.rajlnetquii, Hal), 1883, pi. v, figs. 10, 10 a 106 

Ltptodeitna^BaXi...^. 167 

i/. trontverfo, D. a., Waloott, 1884, pL T, fig. 18 167 

£{mop(«ra, Hall 167 

X. ^oniMtKicta, XL a., Waloott, 1884, pL V, figs. 3, 3 a, & 167-168 

HytOarco, Hall 168 

Ji:d««a.ii.8.,Waloott,1884,pLlv,flg.6 168 

iCdbMium^ennff, Conrad, 1842, pLiv, fig. 9 168-160 

SabgenOB Pletikomyfitia. Hall 160 

Ji:(Pfcffco«iytaut)ot?^A>rmw, Conrad, 1842, pLv. fig. 11 160 

Modiomorpha, Hall ^ 160 

Jf. att<A>rm«. n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL V, fig. 16^170 

Jf.oNon9a,n.a.,WaIoott,1884,pLy,fig.7 170 

Jf.oWtt#a,n.8.,Waloott,1884,pLiv,fig8.8,8a 171 

(ToniopAoro, Phillips 171 

O.paran^uZola, Hall, 1870, pL XT, fig. 10 171 

Nueuia, Lamarck 172 

J\r.rw<m«wi», n.8., Walcott,1884,pl.xv,fig.9 172 

Nue%da,Bp.f Waloott,.1884 172 

I^ftactetta, Hall 172 

D.<»i*tttori#,n.8.,Waloott,1884,plxv,flg.8 172,173 

Megambonia^BaXi 173 

Jf.occuIi«alif,n.8.,Walcott,1884,pLv,fig.l., 173 

AyoMa, Hall 173. 

2ir. jHirra, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pL XT, figs. 14, 14 a 173,174 

Qrafnmytia,'De YGmeuil 174 

tif. minor, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pL XT, figs. 16, 15 a 174-175 

SanguinoUteM, McCoy J75 

S.f comixnm, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL XT, fig. 16 175 

At jrratf«i», n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL iv, fig. 10 175-176 

& rii;i*«, White & Whitfield, 1862. pi. XTi, fl;r. 6 178 

& f tondtaty**"**! Meek, 1871, pi. T, fig. 4 176-177 

A t>«Urico#u«, White &, Whitfield, 8p., 1862, pL XT, fig. 13 177 

Conoeardiutn,'BTOWD 177 

O. n^aden«i«, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pi. xTi, figs. 4, 4 a 177-178 

ParaeycIcM. Hall 178 

P.oeeidental%$,n.&, W..1872 178 

Potidonomya^ Bronn 178 

P.UbvU, n.a., Wnlcott,1884,pLiT,fig.6 i 178-170 

P. dtfwntca. n. «., Walcott^ 1884. pL iT. fig. 7 17^-180 

Jficrodon, Conrad ' 188 

Subgenus CypWeard^Ua, Hall 180 

Jf. (OyprienrdeUa) 9naero«(na<u«, n.s.. Waloott, 1884, pLT, fig. 5 ]8D 

.Inodontopm, McCoy 180 

ii. amypdal<^/drmM, n. 8., Walcott, 1884. pi. XT, figs. 7, 7 a.ft 180-181 

iSsAtzodtM. King 181 

Subgenus CVCA«rod<m, Hall 181 

8. (Offlhsrodon) or&wn<terur, n. a., Waloott, 1884, pL t, figs. 8, 8 a 181 

Cyprieardinia.'EaXl 182 

C. md«nta, Conrad, sp., 1842, pL T, fig. 14 ; pLxT.flg.ll 182 

Oasteropoda. 

PlatyeeroM, Conrsid 182 

P. amrodi. n. 8., Wftlcott, 1884, pi XTi. figs. 1, 1 a 182-183 

P. nodosum, Conrad. 1841. pi. vi, figs. 5, 5 a, 6 183 

P. undulofum, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pL Ti, figs. 2, 2 a 184 

P.tA«<(A>rm«.n.s.,Walcott,1884,pLTi,flgs.4,4a,6 184 

Platyoitoma, Cound 185 

P. Z{n«a«ttm. Conrad, 1842 185 



WBITINGS OF C. D. WALCOTT. 195 

Euon^pkdku^ 8owerby 1B5 

^.€ttreimi«M.]Lt..Wiaoott,1884,pLzTi,flg«-2.2a 186-lM 

f. (PAonerotmiM) lodCM. Hftll. 1861. pL Ti. fig. S ^ 186 

ScevHomphahu, VotUocIl 187 

£.(bronieM.ii.t.,Waicott,1884,pl.Ti,flg«.6,6a 187 

StraparoUut, ^oniioTt 187 

&«»«0artefim.xi.8.,WaIoott,1884,pLzTl,flg8.7,7a 187-188 

Plat^sekitma, McCoy 188 

P./fne(»yKD.t.,Wa]coU,1884,pl.ZTii,flg8.1,la-« 188 

P./amM^Mm,n.8.,Waloott,1884,pLxTil,flgB.3,3a 188-188 

OeUU)nema,BMXl 188 

O.ooe»d0neaii«,ii.8.,WaIcott,1884.pLxri,flgs.3,8a 188 

XoxoiMmo, PhilUpe 190 

X. e«rdt«i»m, n. 8.. Waloott, 1884, pL xvi, flg. 8 190 

X. nodOtf. n. ft., Waloott, 1884. pL xH fig. 8 180-181 

L.r9ubattenuatum,E^1imi 181 

!<. oysprcMrMnalum, n. •., Walcott, 1884, pL ▼<, fig. 7 101-103' 

Xoson^tna / ftp. midt., Waloott, 1884 108 

Xosonema, sp. undt., WaIcoU, 1884 101 

Befleropfton, Montfort 101 

B.p«rp(«M,n.s.,Waloott,1884,plxTil,ilg».6^6a,5 106 

B. eomM. n. 8.. Waloott, 1884, pl.xrii.ilgB. 0,0 a, 5 108-104 

B.iyra,Hmll 104 

JB.fe(la,HaU 104 

B-nuBfa^HaUf -. 104 

JJ.p«lqpt.HiJlf 104 

fioolMtComo, Braan 106 

&am«r<eaiMi,n.s.,Waloott,1884,pLTi,flgt.l,la-i 105 

if««optoina,Phillip8 105 

i6/(lmNm<ea,n.8..Waloott,1884,pLxTii,flg8.2,8a 105-106 

PUropoda. 

2^mto0M(itev, Sefalotheim 106 

T.ffracai9triatu»,mJl 108-197 

T.9eaiarif9rmii,BaXi 197 

T.mtUnuatiu,BtSi 197 

T.bOMiwhB^^ 197 

jSlyKote, Le Soeur 107 

&>lMifrtaa,H»a 107 

8.JUturenarMT.i>UemUtt§n$,Ban 107-108 

CkMMttoria, Miller 108 

Omtflaria, •p.iiiidt.,Waleott»1884r. 108 

J7yoltt*M,Eichw«ld 100 

flyoiaA«t.8p.(f),WBloott,1884.pLTi,flK»-8,8a 100 

OWMliM,Hall 100 

aterte.iL8.,Walcott,1884,pLTl,flg.O 100-200 

Otphaiopoda, 

OrChoMTM. Breynins 200-202 

OompkoetroitBcfwerby 202 

tif.«M5ov<AM'm«>n-«-.'W'alcott,1884,pLxyii,ilgB.8,8a 202-203 

CVnoMTM, Goldf OM 203 

a iMvodeiM*, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pL xTii, iiga. 7, 7 a 203 

tfonia«ew, De Hmui 203 

tf. d0«id0raiM, XL 8., Waloott, 1884, pi. XTi{,flg. 10 -. 208-204 

O nut M e m. 

JS«yrieftui,HoCoy 304 

lX.<iVim<fia)oMid8ntaNf,XL8,W«loott,1884,pLxyii,ilg8.4.4a 204-306 

LeperdiUa.'Boiuaat 306 

Ii.roteiMbila»ii.8., WBlcott,1884,pLxTi,flg.5 306 

PmcOopoda. 

Phaeapt.'Baantfiieh 207 

P. mans, Orees, 8p., 1832 207 

JDalmamCM»BiDmerioh 207 

I>.«««K.n.8.,W*loott,1884,plxvU,ilg8.5,5a-« 207-200 

ilaIiiMNiilw,iiiidt8p.,Waloott,1884 210 

PtMm, St^nlBger 210 



196 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

P. ^oWemam, Hall, IMl 211 

P. mar^noK^ Conrad, sp., 1839 aW«U 

PAiUijmo, Portiock 211 

P. coro«a(o, HaU 11876 211 

Supposed eggs of the Trilobito 211 

F0S8IL8 OF THB CARBONIFKBOITI. 

EehinodertntUa. 

Archaocidarin, McCoy 212 

AreltcBoeidarit, sp., V Walcott, 1884...... 3U-ill 

Braehiopoda. 

IKfein a, Lamarck 213 

D.n««*«Tj/i. Hall, 1883. pl.xviil,irgs.8, 2,2of 213 

D.naMfa.PbiUipR. 1888, pLvll,flgs. 4,4 o 218-2U 

D. ecmnata, n. 8, Walcolt, 1881, pLvli« fig. 3, 3a 214 

Produetxtt, Sowerby 214 

P. tubaeuleatut, Mnrch., pLvlI,flg.2 S14-21S 

Spirifera^ Sowerby 215 

A (rt^onali#, Martin, gp.. 1809, pL xvUl. flg. 11 215-211 

AWdyi, N.&P.,18M, pLxviil, flgs.4,4« 216 

S.anneotant,n.B., Waloott. 1884. pL xvUi, figs. 7, 7 a a6-217 

8. negleeta, Uall, 1858, pi. xviii, flg. 10 '. 217 

i8. dwideroto, n.8.. Walcott, 1884, pl.Tii.flg.8 217-218 

Snbgenns Spitiferina, D'Orbigny 218 

S, (Spiriferina) criittUa, Sohlotbeim, 1816, pLxviil, figs. 12, 18 218-S19 

SyHngoihifrit, Winchell 21f 

iS. «u«pWota, Martin, sp., 1796 219-220 

Betzia, Kina 220 

A. rodiolit, Phillips, sp., 1836. pLyii, flgs.5, 6<»-A i 220-223 

AthyrU, McCoy 282 

J.Atrtufa, Hall, 1857, pLxviii.«g.u *. 222 

Bhynehonelta, Fischer *. 223 

S.eurekermt, n.s., Walcott, 1884, pi. ztIU, flg8.8,8»-e 228 

E. tKera, n.s., Walcott, 1884, ptvii. figs. 6, 6a^ 2»-234 

Ckimarophoria, King ^4 

O. eooperenHt, Shumard, 1855, pL xviii, flg.6 291 

TtrebrattUa, JAhwyd 224 

T. hoitata, SowGrhy 2M 

Lamettibranehiata. 

Affieulopeeten, McCoy 226 

^. Ao^uai, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pL xlx, flg. 4 226-327 

A. «ttrdtofw<«, n. s., Waloott, 1884, pL xix, figs. 2, 8 227 

A. peroeeidetu, n. s., Waloott, 1884, pLviii, fig.8 227-228 

il.|>intSen*i*. n.8.,WaIcott, 1884,pl.vill, fig.6 228 

ii. aJEntt, n. s., Walcott, 1884, plxix, figs. 1,1a 229-280 

Avieulopeeten, sp.f Waloott, 1884 288 

«r«Wopeeria, McCoy 288 

S. HmiH$, n.s., Waloott, 1884, pLrili, figs. 4, 4a-<i, and pLzU, fig. 7 280-281 

Crenipeeten, Hall 281 

O. AoUanta. n. s., Waloott, 1884, pi. vlii, figs. 7. 7 a-c 281-233 

Pterinopeeten, Hall 233 

P. AoMoeentw, n. s., Walcott, 1884, pLyiii, fig.9 282-233 

P. «3no, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pi. ylil, figs.1, la 233 

Pterin^a, Goldfofii 234 

P. ptnfoenm, n. 8., Walcott, 1884, pLxix, flg.lO 234 

£«p(odMma, Hall 284 

Lsptodetma^Bp.} Waloott. 1884 234 

Ptyehcpieria. Hall 235 

P. lwo<<iA>rm«, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pl.viii, flg.5 285 

Pinna, Linnvus 285 

P. tnei^tfetofw, n. 8., WalcoU, 1884. pl.xix, fig. 11 285-236 

P. eofuitnt7i«, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pL xx, fig. 13 236 

Myalina, Do Koninok 237 

M. eongenerU, n. ».. Walootts 1884, pl.xix, flg. 6, and pL xxU, fig. 10 237 

M. nemesi$, n. s., Waloott, 1884, pL xix, fig. 5. and lO. xxii. lig. 7 237-288 

M.nesnu, n. 8., Waloott, 1884, pL xxii, figA.8, 8a 238 



WBITINGS OF C. D. WALCOTT. 197 

> 

Paga 

IfMKola, LMDUok 289 

jr./iMvadiMi«,iLs.,Waloott,1884,pLxiz,flf.8 289 

JTMHomoryJU, HAn »8 

jr. amM^im, n. ■., Waloott, 1881, pLzx, flg.1 288-240 

Jf. t d§9ideraia, n. »., WaAcott, 1884, pL xx, flg. 8 840 

jr./jiiiitociw{ff,ii.8.,WaIoott.l884,pLxx. flg.2, MO-441 

iftMnlo, LMiiMok 241 

jr.<M«larit,ik.«.,WaJeotl,1884, pLxz,flg.l4 940 

ir. liMU(Ayr«M. xi.t.,W»lcoU, 1884, pLxzU, flgs.1. la 941-842 

StUnmmifa^ LanMrok 242 

A«Mrto,ik.».,WalooU,1884,pLxxii,fl£&6,ai 949 

MaerodoH, Lyoett 948 

M, hamOUma, Hall, 1870, pL xxiii, flgi. 6. 6«-e 943 

Jf. Cnmeadtf. n. ».. WalooU, 1884, pL Till. flg. 2 248-244 

OrammyHa, DeVeriMfiiil 244 

e. hmmUbaUmtii, Shomard, sp.. 186S, pLxx, flg.4 944 

G.arcuaitt, Connd, tp., 1841, pL xx, flg. 5 945 

Bdwumdta.JH'KaBiMik , 945 '' 

^. iiwdofmk.s.,Waloott, 1884, pLzxIii, flg. • 945 

J?.r«»ro«torif, n.8.,WalooU,1884, pLxxii,flg.0 946 

PlMiropAomf, King.. 948 

P.f»Mt»,iLft.,WakMt(,1884, pLTiil,flg.8 948 

aimffuin » U t t9, MoCoy 947 

&aoliM;H.4tW., 1870, pi xx, flgt. 6, 7, 247 

&riCiMii«, iL«.,Waloot»,1884,pLxx, flg.l0 947-248 

5.«»iiipl»,ii;B.,Wftloott,1884,pLxx,flg.ll 248 

i9.«alteri,ii.s.,Waloott, 1884.pLxx.flg.12 248-248 

4Lf iM0nia,Bgk, Wftlcott^ 1884.pl. xix, flg. 248 

&j^iaev»,iL«., Waloott,1884, pLxxiii,flg.7 248-250 

JBerodm, Connd .' 260 

8Qbg«Biu <3^prie0nMlii, Hall 250 

Jf. (CVpHMrdeita)<;ofina<v«.]>.8.,Waloott,1884,pLxxiT,flgt.5^6a 260^1 

(tenUola, Broderlp 251 

gf/lieogfgfa, n.a.,Valcott.l884,pLxxU,flga.4,4g 251 

8ekUodu»,mng 268 

A«imaKu«, He6k,1875,pixx,flg.8 262 

«.d9ar«ai«,ii.a.,Waloott,1884,pLxxli,flg.5 252 

&ei«rtirorm«.iLB.,W»lootl.l884,pLxxii,flgs8,8a 258 

A^iiftlSefiai»,ii.a.,WalooU,1884,pl.xxii,flgs.2,2a 958-254 

Pfai^esrM, Conrad 264 

P.Me<d«ii#,n.8.,Wa]oott,1884,pLxxiT,flga.9,9a 254 

P.^ifo,ii.o.,Waleott,1884,pLxxiv, flgB.7,7a,& 254-255 ! 

Pfa^yoffoma, Couad 256 ' 

P.tnonM(itM,^a.,Waloofetkl884,pLxxiY,flgs.3,8a 265 

Bw&mphdhtt, 9owetbj 255 

S. (Str^aritlhu) aicftni^OMit, M. & W., 1878, pLxriii, flg. 10 256-266 

IMbropAon, Hontfort ; 266 

S.fM|^«ao«iii».D.a..W«lootft,1884,pLxxiU,flg8.1.1a;pLxxiT,flg.6.andflg.8,p.257. 26C-2S7 ' 

£.i«tiai«, Ha]l,tl8n,pLxTiii,flg.l8 257-256 

XMMMMmo, PhilUpo 258 

£uMl0,ii.8.,Walcott,1884,pl.xxiv,flgs.l,la 258-266 

PfmrotomorCa, Defraaoe 260 

P.iM(iMiMvyifiala,MoChesney,1860.pLxTiii,flg.l5 /. 260 

P.MMuiMWit, n.s.,WBloott, 1884, pLxxir.flg«.2,2a 260-260 

M m ero e kti kt t , PhflMpo 260 

jra0nM*0aM,ap.,fWnloott,1884,pLxxiY,flg.8 A 260 

JCcCdpfinna, Phimpfi 260 

jr.^«'Me6lm«,iLa.,Waloott,1844,pl.xTiU,flg.l6 260 

Av^^uKmria, JjKBtanik 961 

A. tp^wHH^ Valcott^ 1888, flga. 4, 5, p. 961 961 

PkyM,<l>rapainisnd 962 I 

P.jwMtt, Wrienttil888;flg.6ip.262 962 

2^i^dUM,Waleott«1888 263 

2LaM«ofMiria,Walcoll.l8e8,flg.7,p.968 968 



Ids BULLEtm K0« iOj UNltED STATB8 KATIOKAL MUSEUM. 

a>fi«toria, Miller 964 

anUsmmri0nti$, SwaDow. 1 1860. pL xxiii, tg,i 964 

flyoKOef , BiohwBld 964 

^.0ar6onafia,n.t.. Walooit,1884,pLxxlii,ilf.8 ^ SM 

Otphalopoda. 

Ortkoeeroi, Breynins ; 265 

O,r<mdolph0Htii, Worthen, f 1882, pL xrlli. flg. 17 265 

O.Mif«l9m«i«,iL8.,Waloott,1884,pLxxiii.flgs2,2a 265-266 

OrC^oewot, tp.,! Waloott, 1884 366 

PcteUcpodOt 

tiffi|UMd«t, Portlook 206 

e. portIooK,M.&W., 1865, pLxxir, figs 4,4 a, b 266-267 

Syttemfttioliatoffoflsilsofeaohgec^giefiiCBifttlon t6i^281 

Paleoioio MCtion in Centnl NeTtdft 383-385 

24. 

Walcott, C. D. — On the Cambrian Faunas of North America ; Preliminary Btndies. 
<Bull. U. 8. GeoL Surv. No. 10, pp. 1-74, pi. i-x. Washington, 1884. 

This oontaint three putt. The first it » ** Beyiew of the fkana of the Sftint John fomiAtloo, 
oontAined in the Hartt ooUection." Mr. Hfttthew proposed the specific names for the new 
speeiee excepting for one, EartHa matthnH, the type of the n. g. JSarUia, Wslcott. Tbeaathor 
does not accept the genus ConoeephdUtM and refera its difibrent species to some of Ptyehoparia 
and one of Ckmoeoryphe, The following species are mentioned : 

Page. 

^oey«ettM, Billings 14. 2M 

^.primamtf. Billings, 1868. pLi. fig. a 14-15.2M-235 

LingulOf Bmgni^re *. 15,295 

X.fdowMni, n.s:. Matthew, M8S.. 1884, pLT. fig! 8.....' 15.205 

AerothiU, Linnarson 15^205 

^.mottJUwi, Hartt,8p., 1868,pl.i,flgs.4,4a 1&-16, 205-296 

06oMZa, Billings.... 16,296 

O. frimMrfa, Hartt, 1868, pL i. figs. 5. 5 a 16.200 

OboUOa, sp.,nndt., Walcott, 1884 1»-17, 306-207 

Orfikifl. Dalman 17,207 

O. MBirv«{,Hartt. 1868, pLi. figs 1.1 6-4 17-18.207-308 

OrtW*,f sp., Walcott, 1884, pLi. fig. la 18,208 

florttia, n.g., Walcott, 1884 '. 18-10,208-200 

ff.mattAMci,n.s.. Walcott, 1884. pLi. fig. 3 10.200 

PakBOcmsa, H. and W. (SUnotheca) 10.200 

i8lmo(A«eaaMdiea, Hartt.sp., 1868,pl. i.fig.6 10.200 

fyoKI^ Bichwald 20.000 

H.OAMfiM, n.s..Hartt, sp..MS8.. 1884, pi. ii, fig. 5 20,300 

H.danumta. n.s., Matthew, MS8., 1884, pLii, figs. 7 a, b 30-21.300-301 

ff. mimae.n.s.. Matthew, MSS.. 1884. pLii,fig.6 '. 21-22.301-302 

Affnoitui, Brongniart 22,302 

A.aea<fieM, Hartt, 1868, pLii, figs. 2 2 o-e 22-28.302-303 

Jfierotfiteia. Bmmons 83,303 

Jr. dauwoni, Hartt, 1868. pL il, figs. 3, 3 a 23,308 

Jr.puncfa<ia. Salter, 1864, pLii, figs. 1, 1 o-e 24-25,30^-304 

Plarad<wuiM, Brongniart 25,305 

P. Jawwttatia, Hartt, 1868, pi. lii. figs. 2, 2 a 26,305 

Raeadieut, Matthew, 1882, pL ill, figs. 3.3a 25-27, 80S-307 

P.tUminicui, Matthew, 1888, pi. iii, figs. 1. 1 a-g 27,307 

Oonoooryph^, Corda 28,308 

a(Sobgenast),«»attA«i0<.Hartt,sp.. 1868.pl. iy. figs. 1.1 a, b 28-80,808-310 

awokoCK, Matthew (in lit), 1884 30-31,810-811 

Atai«na(newsnbgenas). Matthew. 1884 31-32,311-312 

aiBaOisUa), baiUyi, Hartt.8p., 1868. pi. It, figs. 8,8 a; pLr, figs. 7,7 a 83-33,312-313 

asIiya«u,Hartt,8p.,1868,pl.iT,fi^a»2a«& a 33-34,313-314 

Pllyeftopafia, Coid* 34^^314-816 

P.roW<,Hartt,ap., 1868^pLTi,flgi-l«la 36-87,316-317 

P.oiuNVOiidtoiia,Hartt,tp^l868;pLT,flga.4,4«-/. 37-36^817-118 



WBITING8 OF C. D. WALOOTT. 199 

PAffB. 

P. Q M rn tgo n di m ik u Tar. au t orm, Higtt» ip.» 1868; pL ▼, fig. 5^ IS-a8^tl8-n9 

P.«iMidr«Ca,Harti,tp..l868;pLT.flc. 1 S9,810 

P.or«flM,H«rti,tp.,1888,pLT,flgi.8,8a tS-40, 819-820 

P.OTMlM Tar. CJUnitef. Hartt, >p., 1868, pLr, fig. 3....*. «(M1,890-831 

f P.tMMT, Hwtt, ■p.,1868, pi. T. flgik l;6a,5 41-4S,881-8a 

TheMooiidpArtisniiithe "FMiiiAoflheBniliitnearginHet.'* Th«MitliordoaMalhoqMoi- 
ic dMBwenee b«twecii PundocoUUt haHcmi and P. h m uM , He deaoifbMtliefDllO'wiiif femuit 

Paca. 

JTyaWttw. Slehwald ^ '. 44,894 

Ji:«*«lfri.ii.8.,Walooti,1884,pLTli,ilga.4»4a^ 44-i^89i-835 

PmrmdaoridM, Brongniart 46,885 

P.AflrtonsGieMi,1884,pLTil,flg.8{ pLTlii,flg8.1,la^; pLlz,flg. 1 45-47,885-897 

Pl^cftiyarM, Coid* 47,897 

P.f«9er«i,n.t.,Waloott,1884,pLTil,flg.3 47-48» 887-828 

A gr m ulM , Corda 46;888 

A.fumdnMguUurit, Whitfleld, tp., 1884, pL tU, flg. 1 ..4ft49,828-«9 

Tho tldrd part la **Qii a new genua and apeelea pf PhyUopoda from the middle Cambrian.^* 

Page. 

Frwitearii, n. g., Waleott^ 1884 ^ 6O188O 

P.flMnM, n. a.. Walooit, 1884, pL z, flg. 1 T. 59-51, 88<M6l 

35. 

Wii4X)TT. C. B. Paleontologio Notes. < Aniar. Jour. Soi., Sd ser., voL Skix, Feb* 
* raaiy, pp. 114-117, pL on p. 116. New HayeQ, 1885. 



L km a rMM o n i a t m g., Waleottt 1885 , U^ 

CMOia eftromatftfa, figa. 1, 9;p.ll6 ili 

Xiaaa ra ae wl a fr a m wi raa , Hartt, ap., flga. 8,4»p.ll6 119 

L,$agiUmii», Aga. 5-8, p. 116 ....I •. 119 

L, irmumrmf, flg^ I; 7, p. 116 U6 

'26. 

Waloott, C. D. Paleoooio Notes; New Genvs of Cambrian Trilobites, Mesonads. 
<Amer. Joar. Set., 3d ser.. yoL zzix, April, pp. 328-330, figs. 2. New Haven, 

1885. 

Pi^e. 
JfMPMMfo, n. g,, Valeottk 1885, flga. 1, 9; p. 989 998-990 

27. 

Waloott, C. D. Note on oome Paleosoio Pteiopods. <Amer. Jonm. Sd., 3d ant*, 

ToL XXX, Jnly, pp. 17-«1, figs. 1-6. New Hayen, 1886. 

Page. 

MatAnia, n. g., Waloott, 1886 17-18 

JC:«MiaMiit,B.a., Waleottkl885,flga.l^p.90 19-19 

KeUonHjelttfcaa (Camaiotheea) amoaal. Potd....^........... ,^ 19-81 



210 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 

T. dL«tafu> n. t.. Conrad, 1852, pL iv, flg. 27 232 

Pajwpaa, M6n. 90 

F. &rientalU, n. •., Conrad, 1852, pL It, fig. 28 2K-288 

Uiilnlrea: 

JTeHiua, Dpfirance 283 

N. r »cAIeo^ormi«, n. •., Conrad, 1852, pL !▼, flg. 29 288 

IT. , Conrad, 1852, pLlv, figs. 30, 81 283 

J\r. rortflitaiif, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pLr, fig. 82 288 

N. ^firrioca. n.a.,Conrad,1852,pLT,fig8.83,84,85,87,88 288 

N. ixbbremata, n. a., Conrad, 1862, pL T, ilg. 80 238 

JV^, .Conrad, 1852 288 

J^flffimeOa, d'Orb. 238 

A. tynaca, n. s., Conrad, 1852, pL t, fig. 40 233 

(VfifAiuTn. Adaaa., Lam. 238 

a bifinKUum, n. a., Conrad, 1652, pLT, fig. 89 288 

KGtiea^ Lam. 233 

JV.arfflUala, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pLy.flg. 41 288 

TurriitUa, Lam. 284 

T. tyriaca. a. 8., Conrad, 1862, pL y, flg. 42..., 234 

OanceUaria, Lam 234 

C.pttrota^ n. a., Conrad, 1852, pL y, flg. 43 234 

BlT&lr«a: 

XilAodbmut, Cny. 234 

L. ttajninfut, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pi. y, tig. 44 — 234 

Oardium, Lin. 284 

a bittriatum, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pi. y,flg. 45 234 

Atnmartit«t..'. • 284 

A.tiimnmitit, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pL yi, flg. 46 284 

Hippiirlte*^ Lam. 284 

H.HrattiM. d. a., Conrad, 1852, pi. yii, flga. 47. 48 284 

H.piicatut, n. a., Conrad. 1852, pi. yii, flg. 49 284 

Nativn, Jjom 234 

JT. f fcoIaKi, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pL yU, flg. 50 284 

Chfnopnt.. 285 

a , Conrad, pi. yiil, figs. 51, 52 285 

BWalyL^a : 

CkfrhulOj Lam 236 

C. aldA«nfif, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pi. yiii, flg. 58 235 

Orbictiicv Lam. 286 

OTMctOa f , Conrad, 1852, pi. yUl, flg. 55 235 

Echin'odi^rTnaia 285 

fcAintu, Lin 285 

£. l^anrnfU, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pi. yiii, flg. 54 285 

£, huM^^, n. a., Conrad, 1852, pi. yiii, flg. 56 285 

4. 

COKBJLD, T. A. Report on the fossil shells coUeoted in California hy William P. 
Blake^ geolo^st of the expedition under the command of Lieut. B. S. WiUiamson, 
United Statea Topographical Engineers. •^Reports of Explorations and Surveys 
from the Mis^iesippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Appendix to the Preliminary 
Geological Report of William P. Blake. Paleontology article I, pp. 5-20, 8vo, 
Honse Document 129, Washington (1855). 

CATALOOUB. 

Page. 

Eocsnc.^ 7 

MiDoeaeaod ji^oent fonnationa , 7-8 

riEflCan^Ona ^W FOBSU. brills from TBB BOCira and MIOCBHS FOBMATIOIfB OF OAUFOBMIA. 

Eocene. 

OonfiUffl, Lin. .t.... 

C. Kntoum, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pL 1, flg. 1 9 



WRITINGS OP T. A. CONRAD. 211 

Paso. 

PotinSa, Soopoli * 9 

D.aUa^n. •.. Connid, 1856, pL 1, flg. 2 

Jfcrvtrix, lAun^—Ciftkerta, Lam. Q 

Jf. ttMuona, n. •., Connid, 1855, pL i, Hg, 8 9 

M. ealifomiana, n. s.. Conrad, 1855, pi. i, fig. 4 9 

OratmUeOa, Lam. 9 

O.iteaMna, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pL 1, flg. 5 9 

0. otto, n. a., Conrad, 1855 9 

JfytOia, Lin. 10 

X.kumerui, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. i, flg. 10 10 

OonKto, Brag. 10 

O.ftanieotta, n. a, Conrad, pL i, flg. 6 10 

ifotiea, Adaoton 10 

jr. ortttM f , Conrad, 1833, pi. i, flg. 7 10 

if . p<Mo«a and MmOunoto, Lea 10 

K, olveota, n. a. Conrad, 1855, pL i, flga. 8,8a 10 

IWritetto, Lam. 10 

7. ttvoMno, n. ■., Conrad, 1855, pi. 1, flg. 12 10-11 

Fohito[IJi«*«f, Swaina. [«] 11 

F. Mritfontiana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. 1, flg. 9 11 

Butjfeon, f 11 

B, f blakei, n. a^ Conrad, 1855, pL 1, flg. 18 11 

OlavatmUiy f Swaina. 11 

0. f ca^romUta, n. •., Conrad, 1855, pL l,flg. U 11 

908808 OF THB laOCBlCB AMD BBOIRT FOBMATIOim OF CAUWOVSlk. 

Oardium, Lin. -. 8L 11 

0, modettum, iL a., Conrad, 1856, pL U, flg. 16 11 

Fwulana, Lam. 11 

iT. daeiM, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pL ii, flg. 19 11-12 

Oorbuia X 12 

0. dUgoana, n. a., Conrad, 1856, pi. ii, flg. 18 12 

Xentrix, Lam. 12 

jr. wniamerit, n. a., Conrad, 1866, pL ii, flg. 20 ^ 12 

Jf. dceifa, n. a., Conrad, 1856, pL ii, flg. 27 ^ 12 

Jr. tuiarana, n. a. Conrad, 1856, pL ii, flga. 22, 22« 12 

3WKna,Lin 12 

7. disgoanm^iL a., Conrad, 1855, pL 11, flg. 28 12 

T. eongetta, n. a.. Conrad, 1855. pL ii, flga. 14,18,2) 12-18 

7. j»«dfoana, n.a.,Conrad, 1866, pL ii, flg. 17 18 

Area, Lin 18 

A, mUtndnmHa, n. a.. Conrad, 1856, pL ii, flg. 29 12 

Taipm 18 

7.<Koamim,8ow., pL ii, flga. 24, a, and 26 18 

A»i0M» Floor de Ben .^ 18 

Aoftnipta, n.a., Conrad, 1856, pi. ii, flga. 26, 25* 18 

PiMieola, Lam. 

P. pedrowMi, n. a., Conrad, pL ii, flg. 28 18-14 

AMfodbtfrttf, Conrad 14 

AniilCalK,n.a..Conrad,1865, pLiii,flga.88, 88« 14 

Ltttroriaf, Lam. 14 

i;.traffoi,n.a.,Conrad,1856,pl.iii,flg.80 14 

Jf(i«era,Lin..... 14 

Jt<U«VMMia,n.a.,Conrad,1856,pLiT,flg.86 14 

Jrod<oto,Lam. 14 

Jr.Am(fa«Ca,n.a.,Conrad,1856,pLiy,flg.85 14 

iry<ai(t.Lin. 16 

Jr. pedroofutf, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. — , flg. 40 ^ 16 

PMtm, Lin*. 16 

P.d«wrl«,n.8.,Conrad,1856,pl.-..flg.41 15 

AiwrniHtlAa. .* 16 

A. MfreofCoto, n.a., Conrad,1865, pi. — , flg.84 16 

Of(f«a,Lin. 16 

0.«M!|MftifMi,Coiirad,1865,pL—, flg. 86-88 4. 16' 



212 BULLETIN NO. SO, UNITED STATES NATIONAL BiUSEUM. 

O. Aetfrmam, Conrad 1&-19 

PeniUUa 16 

P. tpetoum, n. a.. Conrad, 1855, pL —. fi^B. 43, 43 a, b 16 

FismreUa^lAtn 16 

F.crenulata, Sow., pL — , flg. 44 16 

OrepiduZo, Lam., Oypto, Hamph 16 

Cprifie^fM, n. 8., Conrad, 1855, pL—, flg. 52 16 

Narica 16 

y. diegoana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pL — , flg. 80 16 

IVoe^ita, Sobom. 17 

T. diegoana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. — , flg. 42 ■ 17 

Orutfibulutn, Shnm 17 

a <pino«um, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. —, flg. 46 17 

N(u$a, Lam 17 

J\r.tne[0r]«triata,n.8.,Conrad,1855,pl.-^flg.49 17 

3r. pedroana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pL—, flg. 48 17 

Strephana, Browne^ (Hiva, Lam 17 

i9.pedroana. n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi.— , flg. 51 17 

LiUorina, Ferr. 17 

X.l>«droana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. — , fig. 60 17 

Stramonita, Shnm., Purpura, Lam 17 

8.p€tro$a,ii. a., Conrad, 1855. pi.—, flg. 47, 47 a 17-18 

TBBTIABT BHKLLS OP THB ISTHMUS OF DABUN. 

Miooenet ^ 

OraUlupiat Desmonlina 18 

O. maetropn9,n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. — , flg. 54 18 

Meretrw 18 

M.danena, n. a., Conrad, 1855, ^. — , flg. 55 18 

TOUna, Lin 18 

T.dariena, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi.—, flg. 53 10 

MIOCBXB F0B8IL8 FBOM oAtA CBBEK. 

Natica - 18 

K. oeoyana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. vi, flg. 57 18 

N. genieulata, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. vl, flg. 67 18-10 

Bulla 10 

B.juffularit, n. a.. Conrad, 1855, pi. tI, figa. 62,62 a,6 10 

Pleurotoma 10 

P. trantmorUana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. Ti, fig. 60 10 

P. oeoyana, n. a., Cournd. 1855, pi. tI. fl^. 71 10 

Sycotapua 10 

8. O0oyanut, n. a., Conrad, 1856. pi. vl, flg. 72 10 

TurrUelia 10 

T. ocoyana, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. vii, flgs. 73, 73 a, 73 b 10 

ColuB 10 

O. aretatui, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. rii, flg. 76 « 10 

TtUina 10 

T. oeoyafka, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. vii, flg. 75 10 

PeeUn 10 

P. nwadanut, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pi. vii, flg. 77 le 

P. caHXUfomit, n. a., Conrad, 1855, pt vili, flg. 83 20 

5. 

Conrad, T. A. Descriptions of the Fossil Shells. <Reports of Expls. &, Sarvs. from 
the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Vol. v, part ii, appendix, article ii, 
pp. 317-329, pis. ii-ix. Washington, 1856. 

Page. 
CnUilogtte 318-320 

DBSC&tmOKti OF YOmii. SHBLI^S PBOM THB BOCBNB and MOCBKB FOBMATIOKB Of CALXFOBNIA. 

Eooene. 

Car<fm»i> Lin 320 

Ll iinUum, Concad, 1855, pi. ii, flg. 1 820 

Bo^m^. Soupoll 820 



WRITINGS OF T. A. CONRAD. 213 

D. otto, Conrmd, 1856, pL il, fig. 2 820 

Jf«r«(ris, Lua.—Oiftkerta, Lam 820 

jr. ttvoMiui, Connd, 1855, pL 11, fig. 3 820 

Jf. tfcO^omioiia, Conrad, 1855, pLU, fig. 4 820 

Qrowal efl o, Lam. 820 

a uwMOfia, Conrad, 1855, pi. il, flg. 5 820-321 

a atta, Conrad, 1856 821 

MytOmi^Un. 821 

Jf. AttnMntf, Conrad, 1666, pL 11, llg. 10 821 

OorcTita, Brog. 821 

ai>(antootCa.Conrad,1856, pLll,flg. 6 .'. 821 

iraKea, Adanuon 821 

ir.tetiteif Conrad, 1888, pL U, llg. 7 821 

y. gibbota tmd ienUkmata, Lea, 1883 821 

3r. olveata, Conrad, pi. li, figs. 8, 8 a 821 

IWrttctto, Lam. 821 

r. ttwucma, Conrad, 1855, pL 11, llg. 12 821-322 

FoIato(ll«i«f. Swaina. 822 

V. ea^fmmiana, Ckmnd, 1856, pi. U, flg. 9 822 

Butyconf 822 

B.fbiak9i, Conrad. 1855, pi. 11, flg. 18 822 

ClavattUaf Swains. .• 822 

or caZiA>m<ca, Conrad. 1856. pi. ii, flg. 11 822 

FOflSna OF THB MIOCEKK AlID BBCBirr ft)RJUT10!fa OF CALIFOBMIA. 

OcmiMim, Lin. 822 

a «MKUa(iM». Conrad, 1856, pi. Ill, flg. 15 822 

Ifueula, Lam. 822 

jr. daeiw, Conrad. 1856. pL 111. flg. 19 822 

OoHmla 822 

a <lM9oana, Conrad, 1855, pL 111. flg. 18 ^ 822-323 

Jf «r«lrue. Lam. 823 

if. ttmommt, Conrad, 1855. pi. lil, flg. 20 823 

jr.d«»«», Conrad, 1865, pi. ill, flg. 27 823 

Jf. tukwana, Conrad, 1865, pi. ill, flg. 22,22 a 823 

IUttaa,Lin. 823 

T.ditgoana, Conrad, 1855, pL lU, flg. 28 823 

7. congetta, Conrad, 1855, pL ill, figs. 14, 18. 21, 21 a 823 

7. p«lroana, Conrad, 1855, pL ill, flg. 17 823 

J.ro(i, Lin. 823 

A. mier^dorUa, Conrad, 1865, pL Hi, flg. 29 823-324 

Tapn 324 

7. diMmm, Sow;, pL It, flgs. 81, 32 a, 5 824 

AnrieaiMK. Floor de Bell - 824 

&afrn^a,ConMd,l855,pLiii,flg8.25,25a 324 

Petrieoto, Lam. 824 

P.jMdroona, Conrad, 1855, pLUi, fig. 24 824 

8cMtathotru9,CfmnA 824 

&m(aaifo,C0Drad,1866,pLir.figs.33,33a 824 

Lutrariaf Lam 824 

L, traskH, Conrad, 1865, pl. Ill, flg. 23 824-325 

Maetra^ Lin. ... 826 

Jf. diegoana, Conrad, 1865, pL ▼, flg. 46 825 

Jfodioto^ Lam. 825 

if. eon^rocto, Conrad, pL r, flg. 35 825 

Jfy«a^,LIn. 4...., 826 

Jri)«droama, Conrad, 1855, pLTt flg. 40 825 

Ptfeten, Lin. 825 

P. dMtrti, Conrad, 1855, pLv, flg. 41 325 

Anomia 326 

iL.tufreotlato, Conrad, 1855, pLT, flg. 34 325 

OMtm, Lin. 825 

O.wipwtMki, Conrad, 1855, pLT.flgs. 86-88..- 825-828 

0. AfltfniKifmi, Conrad, 1856, pL—,flgs.— ^ 826 



214 BULLETIN NO 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

PeniUOa 326 

P. «p«tea, Conrad, 1855, pi. v.flgB. 48, 43 a, 6 326 

JYMurtfUo, Lam 326 

J*, crenuteto, Sow., pL V, li«. 44 i 826 

O^pidtOo, Lam., Ofypta, Humph 326 

C.prino0ptf,Conrad,X855,pl.vi,fig8.5a,62a 326 

Narica 326 

JNT. die^oana, Conrad, 1855, pi. V, fig. 89 826 

IVocAito, Sham. 327 

T. dM^oafia, Conrad, 1855,^pL y, fig. 42 327 

Crudbulum^ Sham .' 327 

0. <pino«tt*n, Conrad, 1855, pi. V, fig«. 46, 46 a 827 

Natta, Lam. 327 

J\r.intor«Criata, Conrad, 1855, pi. vi, fig. 40 327 

JV.pcdroano, Conrad, 1855, pi. vi, fig. 48 327 

iStr»pA<ma, Browne, OUvo, Lam 327 

Apedroono, Conrad, 1855, pi. vi, fig. 51 327 

LiUorina, Ferr. 327 

X.l)edroana, Conrad, 1855, pLvl, fig. 60 327 

iStromoniCo, Sham., Purpura, Lam 327 

iS.i>e(r0«a, Conrad, 1855, pLvi, figs. 47, 47 a 827 

4 
TSBTIART 8HKLL8 OF THB ISTHMUS OF DABIBH. 

Mioeene. 
Oratdupiaf Desmoulins. 

CF.f moctrop^, Conrad, 1855, pL vl, fig. 54 328 

Meretrix 328 

if. darimo, Conrad, 1855, pL vi, fig. 55 328 

TOUna^Lin. 828 

T. darieno, Conrad, 1855, pL vi, fig. S3 828 

MIOCBME FOSSILS FBOM OCOTA CRBBK. 

Natiea 828 

i\r. o<Joyana, Conrad, 1855, pL vil, figs. 57, 57 a aS8 

i\r. ^enicuteto, Conrad, 1855y pL vli, fig. 67 828 

BuUa 328 

B. .^uputorw, Conrad, 1856, pi. \ii, figs. 62, 62 a, 6 828 

Pleurotama 828 

P. trantmontana, Conrad, 1855. pL vi fig. 60 82&-820 

SyetopuM 320 

8. oeoyamtf, Conrad, 1855, pi. vii, figs. 72, 72 a 239 

TurriteUa 829 

T. ocoyono^ Conrad, 1855, pi. Till, figs. 73, 73 a, b .'.. 329 

dolus 829 

0. orctolu*, Conrad, 1855, pi. vili, fig. 76 829 

TeUina 829 

T. oeoyano, Conrad, 1855, pL Till, figs. 75, 75 a 329 

Peeten • 329 

Pfu^^iidanfa, Conrad, 1855, pi. viii, fig. 77 329 

P.MfiH(fw7ili*,Conrad,1856.pl.lx,fig.83 329 

6. 

COXBAD, Tp A. Descriptions of one Tertiary and eight New Cretaoeoas Fossils fipom 
T£*xaa, in the Collection of Major Emory. <Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, 
voL vii, pp. 26B-269, Febrnary, 1855. Philadelphia, 1856. 

Page. 

Its9teUita,Conriu\ 268 

/[L eecanu^, n. a.. Conrad, 1856 268 



T. trrorata. Cooxad, n. 8., 1858 . 



WRITINGS OP T. A. CONEAD. 215 

Page. 



0.p2aiia/a,ii.s.,OMMd,UM 288 

aoeeidmliiI£f,iL8.,CoBnd,1898 288 

Keiihea, Drmud 280 

jr. oeeSdentalii, n. a., Conrad, 1868 289 

Maetra^Un. 280 

M.tnana,iLB. Conxmd,1868 280 

£xo$pyra, Say , - 280 

^.>Viipo«a,iL a., Conrad, 1868 280 

^.;lm6rwi<a,n. a., Conrad, 1868 298 

Tertiaxy apeoiea : 

OMrsa «onfra«(a, n. a., Conrad, 1868 280 

7. 

CoKRAD, T. A . Deecription8 of three new genera ; twenty-three new species of Middle 

Tertiary Foesils from California, and one from Texas. <Proc. Acad. Nat. 8ci. 
Philadelphia, vol. viii, pp. 31*^-316, 1856. Philadelphia, 1857. 

Page. 

Jan^a,Shnm 812 

j:»iBd,n. a., Conrad, 1857 812-818 

Palii«M,Klein 818 

P. ef (rtOantHM, n. a., Conrad, 1867 818 

P. enufioordtf, n. a., Conrad, 1867 818 

Peeten, Lin. '. 818 

P.mr«t»i,n.a.,Conrad,1867 818 

P. att»pl«;<ic«, n. a., Conrad, 1867 « 818 

PocAydemiM. Conrad . 318 

P. {fMxana, n. a., Conrad, 1857 818 

JTuKma, Gray 818 

Jf.d0nfato,n. a., Conrad, 1857. 818 

Thraeia,ljtach 818 

7. moceroinc, n. a., Conrad, 1867 818 

Jlfya,Lin. 818 

JlttiMmter0yafia,n. a., Conrad, 1857 318-814 

-ire«,Lln. 814 

A.conattf,n.a.,Conrad,1867 814 

ii.&i2in«ata,n. a., Conrad, 1867 814 

J., eof^^tto, n. a., Conrad, 1857 814 

ibeimea, Poll, PcetttfkmliM, Lam 814 

A«^UBa6ar&ar«nm,n. a, Conrad, 1867 814 

Arcopagia 314 

A.fa«rfo«#,n.a.,Conrad,1857 814 

IVipef , Sowerby 814 

T.iBfKMMttfmn. a.. Conrad, 1857 814 

Oliptomya, Conrad 814 

C.ovati«,n. a., Conrad, 1857 814 

CVdw, Klein, Xioina, Lam. . 814 

Oifda$tetrica,n.9.,Cimnd,\8Sn 814 

Spondyliu utraXUntU, n. a., Conrad, 1867 815 

DofMo, Soopoli 816 

D. limgvla, n. a., Conrad, 1867 816 

D. otto, n. »., Conrad, 1857 815 

lAttraria 816 

X. troiMmontana, n. a., Conrad. 1857 815 

^dkiaipypa, n. g., Conrad, 1897 818 

iSL M{»A>miana, n. 8.. Conrad, 1857 815 

IVimiotoma, n. g., Conrad, 1867 • 816 

I.gregaritL, n. a., Conrad, 1867 316 



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XCHDfODBBMB. 

AttrodojMit, XL g^ Conx&d, 1857 315 

^.aiUiMai,iLB., Conrad, 1857 815 

MeUita texona, n. s., Connd, 1867 S16 

8. 

Conrad, T. A. Description of the Tertiary Fossils collected on the Survey. <B6- 
ports of Explorations and Sorveys from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. 
Vol. vi, part ii, No. 2, pp. 6i>-73, pis. ii-v. Washington, 1867. 

CAUFOIUOA FOSSns. 

UnivBlTes. Page. 

jSeAtfopy^TO, n. s., Conrad, 1867 * SB 

&eal(A>rntana,n. a., Conrad, 1857, pi. ii, fig. 1 M 

Bivalves. 

Oryptomya,Connd,l9S>7 69 

0. ouoZi*, Conrad. 185S, pi. ii, fig. 2 69 

2%racia, Leach 69 

7. tiMMfropit, Conrad, 18S8, pL ii, fig. 8 6^70 

Jfya,Lin. 70 

if. montorvyono, Conrad, 1858, pi. ii,flg. 4 70 

ir.;«ii6«in«tata.n.0., Conrad,1857,pLil,flg.5 70 

Areopagia^ Leench 70 

il.nMdiaKt, Conrad, 1850, pLii, fig. 6 70 

TopM, Sowerby 70 

T.Knteatttm, Conrad, 1858, pLiI, fig. T , 70 

Arca,LiD. 70 

il. cotMsZif, Conrad, 1858, pL 11, fig. 8 70 

J.. erOineafa, Conrad, 1856, pLii, fig. 9 70 

-A. congwto, Conrad, 1856, pi. ii, fig. 10 70-71 

J.xin«a, Poll, PeetuneuiuttLtan 71 

iL.6ar&aren«if,n.t., Conrad, 1857, pi. ill, fig. 11 71 

Jfuttnia,Gray 71 

Jf. dentate, Conrad, 185<^ pL lii, fig. 12 71 

Dofinia, Scopoli 71 

2>. {otHTtila, Conrad, 1866 71 

2>. otto, Conrad, 1856, pLUi, figs. 18 a, ft 71 

PeeUn, Lin. 71 

P.pabloenrii, n.8., Conrad, 1857, pL iii, fig. 14 71 

Poftium, Klein 71 

P. MtrfOanutn, Conrad, 18.'i6, pL iii, fig. 16 71 

Janira, Sham. 71 

J. Wte, Conrad, 1858, pi. ki, fig. 16 71-72 

0«erea,Linn 72 

0.eaan,Conrad,1855,pLiv,flg.l7,andpLv,flg.l7a 72 

FOSSILS OF QATUK, ISTHMUS OF DABIXX. 

JTeOea, Valenc 72 

M,ring0n$,n,B., Conrad, 1867, pi. v, fig. 22 72 

TurrUella^lMn, 72 

r.oZtatra, n.8., Conrad. 1857, pLv.flg.lO 72 

T.gatunen9is,ii,»., Conrad, 1857, pL v. fig. 20 72 

IWton,Lam .'. 72 

Oythereat Lam 72 

at (Meretrix) dariena, t n. a., Conrtid, 1857, pLv, flg.21 78 

Tamtofoma, n. g., Conrad, 1857 72 

T.gregaria, n.e., Conrad, 1857, pLlr, fig. 18 72-78 

Pandora^ Lam. 73 

P.biUrata, Conrad, 1855, pi. v, fig. 25 73 

Cardita, Brag 73 

O.oeeidentaHi, Conrad, 1855, pLv, fig.24 73 

Diadoray Gray \ 73 

D. erueibtUiformitt Conrad, 1865, pL v, fig. 28 < 73 



WBITIMGS OP T. A. CONRAD. 217 

9. 

Conrad, T. A. Report oo the Palaeontology of the Survey. <Report8 of Explora- 
tions and Sorreys from the MiasiBsippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Vol. vii, part 
ill, pp. 189-196, plates 1-x. Washington, 1857. 

Page. 

Hin«iUM,Detnnc% 190 

Xr.eroMa, iLs.,CoDxmd, 1857, pLii, figs. 1,2 190 

PteUn, Lin. 190 

P.in«dku.ii.8.,CoDrad,1857,pLi,flgl 190 

P. deterti, Coixnd 190 

P. duev»,D.s.. Conrad, 1857, pLiii,flff. 1 190-191 

P.moffnoUa, o. a., Conrad. 1857, pi. i, fig. 2 191 

P.aWp2u)a(iu.n.B.,Conrad,1857,pl.iU,fig.2 191 

Pottittm, Conrad , 191 

P. Mtrellcinttm, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pi iU, figa. 3, 4 191 

Spondyhu, Bond., Lam. i 191 

&MtivaantM.u.a.,Coniad,1857,pLi,flg.8 191 

Tapes f Muhlt 192 

7. monlona, n. a., Coniad, 1857, pL T, flga. 8, 9 192 

T.ific2en«<ir,n. a., Conrad, 1857, pL Til, fig. 1 192 

Fcnuv, Lin 192 

F. pa^roana,n. a., Conrad, 1857, pLiT,flga. 1,2 192 

Areopagia, Brown 192 

A.u$tda, n. a, Conrad, 1867, pL iv, flga. 8, 4 192 

C^elM. Klein, Xruejno, Lam « 192 

0.peniMi«ra,n.8.,Conrad,1857,pLvil,ilg.4 192 

dettreOana, n. a., Conrai, 1857, pL vi, fig. 6 192 

Ar0a,Lin.... ]92 

^. oMipoana, n. a., Conrad, 1837, pLT,flg.l 192 

Paekifdeama, Conrad 193 

P.inezatut, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pLv, figs. 2, 4 193 

Oraw af etfa , Lam. 198 

C. oottmo, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pL vi, flgi. 1, 2 193 

Oitrea, Lin. 198 

O.nOjeeta, n-s., Conrad, 1857, pL ii, flg. 3 193 

O.pamana, n. a , Conrad, 1857, pL ii, flg 4 193 

Donnia ScopoU, AzthenUt Poll 193 

D. oUa, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pL —, fig. — 193 

D.lo^guia, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pLvii, 0^.2 193-194 

D.morUana, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pLvi, flg. 4 194 

D.tubobliqtM, n. 8., Conrad, 1857, pL yi, flg. 5 194 

MytUuB^JAa. 194 

JC ta«2en«w, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pL viii, flga. 2, 3 194 

Lvtraria, Lam. IM 

L.trantmorUana, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pLv, flg. 6 194 

Axinea, Sow., Peetuncuhu^ Lam. 194 

J.. frarbar^iwitf, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pl.vi, flg.3 194 

Maetraf ]94 

Jf. / £ra&totofui#, n. a., Conrnd, 1857, pLxil, flg. 4 194 

O^fdmerigf Lam., Panopcea, Menard 194 

G.ettreUanu9, n. 8.. Conrad, 1857, pL vii. fl5.5 194 

Pema, Lam 195 

P.fnontana, n.8.. Conrad, 1857, pi.— , flg.— : 195 

ITniTalTea. 

Tro^ita 195 

T.eottgUata. n.8., Conrad, 1857, pL vii, flg. 3 195 

TurriUUa, Lam 195 

T.inetana, n.8., Conrad, 1857, pL viU, flg. 4 195 

r.vaKato, n.8., Conrad, 1857, pLvlii,flg.5 195 

Natiea 195 

y.inezaTia, n. 8., Conrad, 1857, pL z, flga. 5, 6 195 

MolUTalTes. 

B<Uanusettrellanua,n. 8., Conrad^ 1857, pi. viii, flg. 1 195 

Echinoderm. 

AttrodapH$, Conrad , 196 

J.antweffi, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pL x, flga. 1, 2 196 



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10. 

Conrad, T. A. Descriptions of Cretaceoas and Tertiary fossils. < United States 
and Mexican Boundary Survey. Report of William H. Emory. Vol. i, part ii, 

pp. 141-174, pis. i-xxi. Washington, 1857. 

Pa«a 

Eocene 0peoie8 141 

CretaoeouB fcistil* from Oak Creek, TexAS 141 

CretaoeoQs foasils from between Bio San Pedro and Bio Pneroos 142 

Cretaoeooft fossils from between Bl Paso and Front«ra 142 

Cretaceoas fossils from Leon Springs Iti 

Cretaoeoos fossils fh>m Jaenn, 3 miles below Laredo 143 

Cretaceoas fossils ftom Lepan Hills 143 

Cretaceoas f fossils fh>m Dry Creek, Mexico 143 

Cretaceoas fossils from yarioas localities 143 

Polypi: 

Turbmolia.lAm 144 

T.texana, n.s., Conrad, 1857, pL ii, figs. 8 a, 6 144 

Bivalves : 

Coprtna, D'Orbigny 147 

O. oceidentalii, Conrad, pL ii, llgs. 1 a-« 147 

Cptonola, Conrad, pLii,flgs. 2 a, b 147 

Tertbrattda, Lhwjd., Lam 147 

T.wacoen$i9, Boemer, pL iii, flg.l '. 147 

T. choeiOLwtntUy Shomard 147 

WMgonia, Lam 147 

T. emoryi, Conrad, pL iii, fig. 2 o-e 148 

7. tonina. n. s., Conrad, 1857, pL iii, ilgs. 8 (i-« 148 

Maetra, Lin., Lam 148 

Jf. texana, Conrad, pL ir, flgs. 1 a, b 148 

Cueuttaa,LBm 148 

a termtnalt«,n.8.,Conrad,1857,pLiv,flgs.2a,& 148 

-Areff, Lin 148 

A. Mifrs^onf^ata, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pL vi, figs. 8 a, & 148 

Areopagia 148 

A. texana, Boemer, pL iv, flgs. 3 a, b 148 

Cardium, Lin., Lam 148 

O. mediaU, n.s., Conrad, 1857, pL iv, figs. 4 a, b 148 

C. eonge»tutn,n.B., Conrad, 1857, pL vl, figs. 5 a-d 148 

Snbgenns Protoeardia, Beyrich '. 148 

O. (Protocardia) muftiftriatom, Shamard, pL vl, figs' 4 a-« 148 

€. (Protoeardia) e«a»nuti», n. s., Conrad, 1857, pi. v, figs. 6 a-« ISO 

O. (Protoeardia) JUotum, n.B., Conrad, 1857, pL yL figs. 7 a, b ISO 

Cardita, Lam., Blainville 150 

a aninufo, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pL vi, fig. 8 150 

Oorlnda ISO 

C.oceid&ntalit,iL6., Conrad, 1857, pLvi,fig.8 150 

Ifeithea. Dronet 150 

N. oeciilentalit, Conrad, pL v, figs. 1 a, b 150-151 

3r. texana, Roemer, sp., pi. V, figs. 2 a, 6 151 

Lima 151 

L.toaeoen$i$, Boemer. sp., pi. v, figs. 4 a,5 151 

L.leontn$is, n.s., Conrad, 1857,pLv, flgs.8 o-e 151 

Inoeeramus, Sowerhj 151 

I eof^<srf»})»-a7muia^ia, Reamer, sp., pi. y, fig. 5 151 

J. fny<i(op«/«, n. 8., Conrad, 1857, pi. v, figs. 6 a, b 158 

r. (eeeanut, n. s., Conrad, 1857, p). ▼, fig. 7 152 

/.m«pu,Mantell,pLv,fig.8 ' 152 

Photadomya^Sowetby 158 

P. teacana, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pi. xix, fig. 8 152 

Attarte. Sowerhj 182 

J., temina, n. s., Conrad, 1857, pi. T, fig. 8 152 

Cytherea,Lam « 153 

(7. Ieon«im«,n.s.. Conrad, 1857, pLvi, fig. 1 153 

(7. t«cana, n. R., Conrad, 1857, pL vi, fig. 2 168 

Plieotuia, Lam 158 



WRITINGS OF T. A. CONRAD. 219 

Page. 

P.inoongrua,iLB.,Cimnd^lBSIt,pLTi,1ig$.lOafb 153 

ja«Vyra,S»y 168 

J^ arietino, Romer. pL Tii, fl^ 1 o-tf 158 

IL/mfrnafa, Conrad, pL Tii, figs. 2 a, & 154 

£:te9Mifeiiia,BoBin6r,pLTii,flga.4a,ft 154 

JSLiiiatk«n>fiiafUB,d'OrbigDy,pLTiU,figa.la-«, and pL xl, flga. 1 «« 5 154 

jr.eMtotaT»r.Connid,1857.pl.vill,fig.2 154 

£.M«tala,8ay,pLix.flg8.1aiid2,aiidpl.x,fl«.l,andpLTiii,ilg.3 154-155 

^./^o^ora. Conrad, pL Till, figs. 2 a, fr 155 

Orypk(xa,lMm 155 

0.|>ttdk«r»,Morton,pl.Tii,flg.8.andpLx,llg8.2a,& 155 

Ortwo,Linn 150 

0. iubipa tu lata, Lyell & Sowerby, pL x, flgs. 8 a, 5 155-150 

aM{a,n.8.,C<nirad,1867.pLz,flgs.4a,fr 166 

0. Iii9«6r£f . n. a., Conrad, 1657, pi. z, figs. 5 a, 6 166 

O.Mriaa(a, Lam., pLz, fig. 6 166 

a MiUeata, n. a., Conrad, 1857, pLztflga 2 a, 6 166 

aro6tt«eo.n.a.,Conrad,1857,pLxi,flga.8«»6 166-157 

a eofteaE,n. a., Conrad, 1857, pLxi, figs. 4 a-d 157 

a«Hahlir«fa,n. a, Conrad, 1857, pLxii.flga.la-<l 157 

Unhalree: 

KaHea^Lun 157 

j:teapafiatn.a..Conrad,1857.pLziii,flg8.1a,6 157 

if.eoaina,n.s.,C<mrad,1857,pLziii,flg8.2a,6 157 

SMtOariafLMm ^ 157 

&/0oI{»na,n.a.,Conrad,18OT,pl.xiii,flgt.8a,6 167 

£/eoa»iia[taMna].n.0.,Conrad,1857,pl.xiii,flg8.4a,5 158 

Bueeinopnt 158 

J3LjMnTyi,n.B.,Conrad,1867,pLziii,flga.5a,6 158 

IVrr«rite,Lam 158 

l'.^(0itaalmt,n.8.,Conrad,1857,pLziT,fig8.1a,6 158 

JtoKaBitet, Conrad 158 

i2L(exoiia,Conrad,pLziT,flgt.2a,6 158 

J«fMi«a, Defrance ..". 158 

2r.#efcollii,n.».,Conrad,1867,plziv,flg8.3a,6 168-15© 

Jf odoMria, Lam 150 

51 tesona, n. a., Conrad, 18o7, pL ziT, figs. 4 (i-« 150 

^aHiumaM,Lam 150 

iLpIfitnM3>(a,n. a, Conrad, 1857, pL XT, figs. lo-e. 150 

l.p«a<e«Z(Ku«,n.B.,Conrad.l857,pLzy,fig8.2a,6 150 

^.tftwfHM,Rcemer.pLzTl,fig8. lo-d 15(^160 

AIeon«nnff,n.a.,Conrad.l857,pLxTi,flg8.2a,6 160 

TBBTIABT F0SBIL8. 

(ktrm^Un 160 

0. MipertuMi, Conrad, pL zrii, figs. 1 o-tf 180 

0. feimjono, n.B., Conrad, 1857, pLzTii,flga. 2a,5 160 

O.eontraeta, Conrad, pLzyifi, o-il 160-161 

Anomia,Un. 161 

A.iuheo$tatay Conrad, pL zix, figs. la, 6 161 

OardtCo, (Lam. ) Bl^n 161 

C. plonieofto, Lam., pi ziz, flga. 2, a, 6 161 

Obrfrida, Lam. 161 

C. MMute, Conrad, pL ziz, fig. 4 161 

Vtnus veiperHna, n.a., Conrad, 1857, pi. xix,flg8. 5a,b 162 

(VA«r«a, Lam 162 

CwuttaH, Conrad, pl.iv, fig. 5 162 

Foi«ta2ilAe», Swainaon 162 

V.myana, Conrad, pL zix, fig. 6 162 

JVolied, Lam. 162 

jr.{imitJa,Conrad,pLzlz,flg. 7 162 

IVrrifeOo, Lam 163 

Twritdla, , Conrad, 1857. pi. xix, fig. 8 168 

Gsundida, Hnmpbreya 163 

Sobgenns Xo^inio, Conrad 163 

0. {Ladnia) aheata^ Conrad, pi. xix, fig. 168 



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AFPBNDIX. 

P»«e. 

Carditanibtetrioa,JLB.,CownA, 1857, pLxxtflg.S 161 

Pholadomya taneU-iobiBtBxBmet^ pLxxl, flg. 4 IM 

Oapta, Lam IW 

a eexona, D. 8., Conrftd, 1857, pt xxi fig. 6 .- IW 

Terebmtula Uonmtis, n, s., Conrad, 1857, pi. xxi, fig. 2 164 

TurriUUateonenii»,n, 0., Conrad, 1857, pL zxi, figs. 7 a,b 165 

HamiUt larv<UuSy Conrad, pi. xxi,fig. 8 165 

11. 

Conrad, T. A. Check list of the Invertebrate Fossils of North America. Eocene and 

Oligocene. <SmitbsoniaQ miscellaneous collections, 200 pp., iAv, and 1-4L 
Washington, 1866. 

KOTKS AMD BXPLAKATIONB. 

P»ge. 

NummtUiUt Jloridana, Conrad= J^TemopAorayloruf ana, Con. 33 

l\Arlnm>Ua gold(fu$iii,lM^=Platytroehtii goU^fuiHi (Loa), Edwards 33 

Turbinolia itoketii, Lea=PIa<y(roeAia«eoi:iefti (Lea), Edwards 83 

AnthophyUum euneiforme, Conrad=F2a6«Uum euneiforme (Con.)« Lonsdale 33 

TurhoniUia miuiurii, l,eA=Endopaehy9 madurii (Lea), Conrad 33 

8cuteUalyeUi,Connd=Mort4m%a(Periarehtu)ly«iU, Conrad 33 

OrtfitolUas interttUia (Lea), Lunulitet Gabb A, Bora^LunuliUi inUrttiHa^ L«a 33 

LuntUitst bouei, LeA-=DiscoJliutraimria bouei (Lea), Gabb d& Horn 33 

OrinUfUtst dueoidta Loa;=OapxUaria dUeoidea (Lea), Gabb dc Horn 3! 

LuntdiUsduelo$ii,Lem==.Bet«ra4itU dwlotiiiLesk), Gahh &. Horn 33 

Terebratula wUmingUmen$i», Lyell Sc Sowothj= Rhynehoneila w%lmingUmenii$ (Lyell St 

Sowerby), Conrad 3S 

Oiirea everta, De%hhjoaf=€hrypho9trea eterta (Desha jes), Conrad 83 

Teettn oalv(Uu»,'hLorioji==Campton^te$ calraUu (Morton), Conrad 83 

X«da «omj>«a, Gabb=i\ru0ula7ta eompta (Gabb), Conrad 33 

NveuUt cuUelliformii, Bogers=JVt«culana cuUeU\fannU ( Rogera), Conrad 33 

A^ueuto mo^^na, Lea=J\rucuZana rm»7na (Lea), Conrad 83 

Xuculavudia, Lea=yueulana media (Lea). Conrad S 

Leda Oregona, Shnmard=iViucu2ana Oregona (Sbnmard), Conrad S 

J^TtMmla oimto, Lea=3rttCttiana oruto (Lea). Courad ... S 

Nueuia parva, Roger^^Numdana parva (Rogera), Conrad 3i 

ifumZapiana. Lea=jyueu2ana plana (Lea), Conrad S 

JVti^ttla ptieala, Lea=3rii«uZana piieato (Lea), Conrad 31 

Xueula puleherritna, Lem=Nuculana ptdekerrima (Lea), Conrad 3! 

Nueulatemen, he^^Xueuiana »erMn, (Lea) Conrad 3; 

CueuUcea<moneheUa,'Ros^TB=Latiareaononeh€Ua, (Rogera) Conrad 8! 

CueuUcBa tranntna, Rogera= XFOliaroa trmi»ver»a, ( Rogera) Conrad S; 

Aira r Aofnioidtftto, Leas^ nomoZocardui rAomboicfsUa, (Lea) Conrad 3 

PM£((ncu2tu eaip«i«, Lea=2>imop«u ^{pirM, (Lea) Conrad 3 

Nuetda peetuncularia, h6A=zLimop»i» peetuneularU, (Lea) Conrad S 

CreneUa eonettUrioa, Gabb= Staligmium eoneentricum, (Gabb) Conrad S 

AitarU mmutitHma, LoA^MieromenM minutxitima, (Lea) Cunrad 3 

AitarU p€Mrva, Losk=s Mieromerit paroa, (Lea) Conrad . 3 

Egeria injlata, "Lea^SphcBreUaiH/lala, (Lea) Conrad 3 

Donnia gyrata, Ga.hh= ZMeinagyrcUa, (Gabb) Conrad 8 

CorbU lamtUona, Cgnrad (not Lara. ) =: Oa/rarium ItroCum, Conrad 3 

Cytherea lentieularit, R<^era= DoHniopM lenUeularit, (Rogera) Conrad 3 

Ven^u /loridana, ConraUi^Oryptogramtna /loridana, Conrad 3 

Venuapenita, Conrad=Oryptogrammaf penita, Conrad 3 

f Cytherea ovata, Rogera = iKono ovof a, (Rogera) Conrad 3 

Egeriaplana, Lea sTeUtna plana, (Lea) Conrad S 

AnaUfia ckiibornen9U,lMi=P€Hplofna elaibornientia, (Lea) Conrad a 

S(Aen diegoen9i$,(^h\i=PlecU>9oletit diegoentU, iOMti) Conrad 3 

8olen paralUlu9,Ci9k\i\i=Pleeto9olen paraUelue, (Gabb) Conrad I 

BtiUa dekayi^LoAssCylichna dekayi, (l^OA) Conrad 3 

i4c<cson<mpr0Ma.Gabb=romatett<Ba«mpr««ffa, (Gabb) Conrad 3 

Patithea Mtriata,IjeA=Aetceonema etriaia, (Lea) Conrad J 

Panthea9ukata,Lotk AeUtonema mleata, (Jjom) Coutad • 3 



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Page. 

Marffin€UabipUeaiii,lsm^Rinji€uU»MpKcatat(Lc^) Conrad ,. 84 

JMimantlultiZa,MeekalAm9MMfiaidtaa,Meek 34 

LimnataUmn€o$tata,yL.&'B.siLimiuta{PltwroUmncea) tefmieoHata^M. A U 34 

BuUmus Umnaiformi9,M,SL H.siS^racit AayokAMeek 84 

Etiiaapatio§a,^^k=MacroeyeUs»paiio9aA'^A, H.) Meek 34 

B«2imu«perwr«u«,M.&H. = Clau«i2uicon<raria,(H. dr-H.) Meek 34 

BuUmu*Un9,^.± H.sCIoiMiUa f«rM, (M & H.) Meek 34 

BuUmutvermUulut,^A,B..=0Un»9mav€rinieuia,{^&U.) Meek 34 

DetUaUum (I>il/iifHif) jnml^um,Oabb=(7adii«jnmUut, (6abb) Conimd 84 

DUnipagubcoaretata,Gnhh^O0dtunUfeoairetatu$, (Gabb) Conrad 84 

£o£eUa nana. Leas ITmdoniiim nana, (Lea) Conrad 84 

^ariea tfies^oano, Conrad = Fonufcoro d<«9oana, (Conrad) Meek 84 

H^fponj/xprfymdga^Loe^ssConeholspatptfff***^'^ (Lea) Conrad 84 

(Myptraatru€hi/ormu,Le^^TroehUatroehiformiiA^^^)Oonnd 84 

Oaieru»ezeentrieu»,Qa,hhssGaUrop§isace€fUrieut, ((rabb) Conrad 84 

lVirneeI2a«<riata,Lea=JfMo4»a«triala,(L«a) Conrad .' 34 

Jfcloniaf miii£utr»ata,M.d&n.=Oampeio?namuZtiftriaea,(M&H.)Meek 84 

P«liMt»nam«ttain«ata,M.d:^H.sOaitap«<<m»aintdeain0a<ttm,(M&H.)Meek 85 

PaSuditui wtula.'hL Sc a.szCampdoma veUUum, ("iL A, R.) Meek 85 

Meiawiaanth(mii,M.Scll.=Hifdrobiaanth(mii, M. &H 35 

MAHuaminitUula,'il.&,H.=Mieropurguifninutuki9t'h£,A'R 85 

NatUa alabamiennt, Whitfield = Laeunaria alabamUntis, (Whitfield) Conrad 35 • 

AoKea ereefo, Whitfield sLo^naria «ree(a. (Whitfield) Conrad 35 

Ifelonia ftumeroto, M dt U. 3 2taraAumero«a, Meek 85 

(>rithiumnodtdo§um,Ut^isG<miobantfnodtUo0a,{BBJ\) Meek 85 

MOania areia^ iL A R.=^Gimiob€Ui» f mreta.'iteek 85 

Gn^iCJ^ium/vvmon/it, HaU s(?onioframf/r«monl<i, (Hall) Mobk 85 

jreia»»a«<injMon<,Meek=Oon«o6a#<«?»impMmf,Meek 85 

2Mmiatubkgi^,U.An=:G<miob4uiMfttMtBoit,(U.&B..)yLeelL 85 

Mdamaswbtortuo9a,^AR.==G<mioba9isf ntbtortuoiaA^.&B..) Meek 35 

JfeIaniaten«i«an'na<(^M.4&H.=<7on<ofta«i«/tentttear<na(a, (M.&H.) Meek 85 

Gerieft«wfnteneruin,Halls(?onto5a«i«f ton«Ta,(Hall) Meek 85 

&)Iarwm Aenriffi, Leas J.r«fttl«0f omea Atfnrioi, (Lea) Conrad 85 

JfotoKum omalnfn, Lea= AreMtedoniea omata. (Lea) Conrad 85 

JMphinvla plana^ iM^^ArehU^eUmiea plana, (L^) Conrad 85 

Soiariwn paeudogrtmutatun^, d'Orbigoys ^roAil«<;tonitfa pteudogrannlata^ (d'Orbigny) 

Conrad 85 

Iki^dnida dqfr€s»a,Lesk=zSolariorbi» d^[>retnu, (Lea) Conrad 85 

2W6o2in«atiM,Lea=i8oIarior&t«{»n«atta, (Lea) Conrad 35 

PlonarianiCnw, Leas iS!otor{or&t«n«teiU,( Lea) Conrad 35 

PantkeaaeeUul€U€t,heA=iEuiimaacieulata,{ljea,) Conrad 35 

Pcuitk»alugrtl>rU,lAA^EuUmahujubr%a^{ljeA) Conrad 85 

PoficAea noCoto, Leas J?uZtma nototo, (Lea) Conrad 35 

PaiUkea 9eaU,'LeA=iEuUma iealejLoA) Conrad 35 

lefoontnelan^UtM, Leas 06eUMni«ni«Ian^ta. (Lea) Conrad 85 

A0UKn pffffm(mUy'Lt&=ObeUseu$ pygnumu, (l^^) Conrad 35 

Aetaonttriatus,ljeaL=Obeliscui»tfiatut, (Lea) Connd 85 

Mitraeogtatti, Leak'' PyramimUraeottata, (Lea) Conrad 85 

ifotiea minima, Lea= Lunolia mtntina, (Lf!«) Conrad 85 

iVa<teaa^Ma<a,Ck>nrAd=Am|mUtnaaiv«ata. Conrad 85 

2fatieaffibbo$a,lj&a=Neveritagihbo»a,{Letk) Courad : 35 

iTofiana oMi^uo^ (}abb= CotiniM oMigutM, (Qabb) Conrad 85 

^l«o(;Kf^u«p«ni<u<, Conrad =J^ieopmp«ni(ia, Conrad 35 

Aucinttm«owerfri<,Lea=»Sem{ea«n«MHMrMI, (Lea) Conrad 35 

INtnM r«momKt, Qabb = J%;o}>«i» r«mond»i, (Gabb) Conrad 86 

J\(«M eoopeK, 6abb==JVo0!p«i« eoopm, (6 abb) Conrad 36 

KetMmammiUahM, GabbsrFieopnf mammiUatio, (Gabb) Conrad 36 

J7a>H/U«t««Aorni<,Gabb=PK«co/tcu«^ornti.(Gabb) Conrad 36 

Jfitro/«minj^i.Lea=Giiriceaa>f«min^i, (Lea) Conrad 36 

Mitra/u$oide9,Letk^ChnomitrafuaoideM, (Lea) Conrad 36 

Jf«eramoo9Wana.Gabb=:Xappar»amooreana, (Gabb) Conrad 36 

Jfiera{in«a<a,Lea=rfWimi<raf{in«aea, (Lea) Conrad 36 

IfiCra minima, Lea =JFH<«<m»tr a f minima, (Lea) Conrad 36 

iVwaioforiamoorei, Gabb =r Ci>fdieriamoorei, (Gabb) Conrad 36 

iVMeioIariap{i0ata,Lea=La(tru« (Ptriitemia) pUeaHu, (Lea) Conrad 36 



222 bulletut Ka m^ uhitad aTAT£a kational museum. 

^ndZtor^«Ion^afa,Gftbb«X4W}ftprodomaiIoii9ata,(Gftbb) Conrad 86 

OUvagracOii, Let^^Lan^prodomagmeOit.CLeB,) Conrad 86 

OUmaphUHptU, LeA'^LamprodomaphaUptii^il^Omnd 86 

^«ioIa« Ranted, Left— J.naaop«ifaUtie, Conrad 86 

Anolaac pUeata, Letk=<Hi9ulaf pltcoto, (Lea) Conrad 36 

Aganmia punetuiifera, (}abb= OUvula punetiUiferci^ (Gabb) Conrad 36 

ISituttaitUf 'L&h=OomulinaarvUg€ra, Conrad ^ 36 

M<nu>eer€U tuteatum^ 1^6^== PimtdoUva tulcatOt <Lea) Conrad 86 

TriUmium diegoen$i$^ OtMb^Bueeinofumia di^gomuU, (Gabb) Conrad 36 

Pleurotoma beawnontii, "Letk^Sureuiabeaumontii, (Lea) Conrad 86 

P{0«rotomaMsiafa,Lea=i9wreutoe«eIa(a, (Lea) Conrad 86 

PUurotoma ^UdrefU, Jje^s= SureuXa ehUdreni, (Lea) Conrad 86 

Pteurotoma de«rioy«r«ii. Lea «■ ^furetito dMnoytffvu, (Lea) Conrad 86 

PleurotomakdU>ffii,G9bh:^8wreulakeaogii, (Gabb) Conrad 86 

PlmiroU>tnamonU{ftra^ Lea=i9wrotiIafnon<I^era,(Lea) Conrad 86 

PUurotonuinodoeaHfuita;Q9hh=Suroulanodoearinatat (Gabb)Coniad 86 

Pleuroiofna obUqvOf ht^^ Sureuia obliqua^ (Lea) Conrad 86 

PUurotoma rugofo^ heassSureuiarugoBOy (Lea) Conrad 86 

PUurotomatayi, Lea=A»rottIa«ayi, (Lea)Conrad ^ 86 

Pteurotornavarieo9tata,QtM>=::S%trculavafieoitatat (Crabb) Conrad * 36 

PlmtrotomaUmtdaHi, Lo^ssDriUialomdaUi, (Lea) Conrad 86 

• Plfurotoma tenina, (>abb= I>rill»a texana, ((>abb) Conrad 86 

PapiaifUidUiU8,CimTwd^<navifu9U9aUiU,C<mnd 86 

Funti eooperi, Ctmnd^ Olavifutta eooperi, Conrad 98 

Futut eonybearti, LeaksuStreptidwraeanybearii^ (Lea) Conrad *. 96 

Pdagutvanwfemi, Conrad =J.euru» vanuMmi, Conrad 86 

NauUku lamarekiiy Denbayee = C^momia lamordUi, (Deshayes) Conrad 97 

OlaveUa YieMmrgenti»,ConnA=PUitoeheaui Fiefodtiiymtif, (Con.) Meek 87 

NummuliUt mantOU, Morton =« OrhOolitet (Orbitoides) manUUi, Morton 87 

Seutetta enututoidstt Morton = Mortonia (PeriarehMt) enutuUridet, (Mort.) Conrad 37 

SetUetta pileuM-Hnmtity Bavenel =Jf ortonia (Pmiarehut) pQeu$-ti'Mntit, (Rar.) Conrad. 37 

Behinutif\fukUui, Morton = OMopItfuruff tn/Colut, (Morton) Deaor 97 

SouUttajonuU, Forbe»= OlypMsterjonsHi, (Forbes) Deoor 97 

ADUteUa rosperti, Mortons: O^paMter roi^tfi, (Morton) Conrad 97 

Mortonia tutnida^ Conrad = C^OMMter tumiduf, Conrad 97 

Pyrgorkynchua mwrUmitt VLich.=Eehimiantk%umort4mit,(}lioh.) Deaor 97 

Oatopygut patdltformitt BoaT6= Catiidultis patMiformii, (BoaT6) Deeor 97 

Oellepora fubuioto, Lonsdales£«eAara tu&ukito, (Lonsd.) Gabb Sc Horn 97 

Terebratula Ujiehryma, Morton =Tere&ratu2«na Uuhryma, (Mort) Conrad 97 

P2ajKo«foma dutnoto, Morton =<S|p07ufyIia dtfmottw,' (Morton) Conrad 97 

UmbreUa planulata^ Connd=Opereulatum planulatumt Conrad 97 

Doliop$U, n. g., Conrad =6fa{fod0a (OaUodaria) quinqueeottata, Conrad 97 

12. 

Conrad, T. A. [Description of a new gen as and subgeons.] <Rep. U. S. GtooL 
and Geogr. Sarv. Terr., F. Y. Hayden, vol. ii. The vertebrata of the Cretaoeons 
formations of the West by E. D. Cope, pp. 23-24. Washington, 1875. 

Paga 

Haplotcc^ha, n.^., Conrad,1876 23 

jff. ^rondiff, n» 8., Conrad, 1876 3S-M 

OuatiUifera, n. a. g., Conrad, 1875 34 

S. (OitfttZH^era) tfeoentriea, n. 8., Conrad, 1875 24 



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m -THE WRITINGS OF JAMES DWIGHT DANA. 

1. 

Dana, J. D. Zoophytes. <U. 8. Expl. Exp. during the years 1838-1842 under ihe 
eommand of Charles Wilkes, U. S. K., vol. yii, pp. 1-741, Atlas pis. i-4xi. Phil- 
adelphia, 1846. 

Mmy fbwll geaam% we mentioned and dlMtuted in this work. 

2. 

Dana, J. D. Genera of Fossil Corals of the family Cyathophyllids. <Amer. Jonm. 
8cL, 2d ser., vol. 1, pp. 178-189, figs. 1-5. New Haven, 1846. 

Tbto artide ia extracted tnm the report of the United Statea Exploring Expedition daring 
the yean 1838-*42, nnder the oommand of Chariea Wilkes, U. 8. K. Zoophytea, by Jamea D. 
DaB% GeoIogiBt of the Expedition, pp. 1-741. 4to. See entry No. 1. 

Page. 

I^amfly Ogatkoph^Uidm 179-182 

OtfmtkophpOum 182-183 

CWopJkyliiM»,n.g., Dana, 1846 183-184 

AmpUacui, Sowerby 184 

Oaninia, Hiohelin 184 

J.e0rv«lafnu», Sohweigger 184-186 

Araehnophifthtm,n.g.,'D»BA, 1846, flg. 1, p. 186 186 

(VffiopAyaiMH, Lonadale 186 

CKtiopkyOum, n. g., Dana, 1846, flga. 2 and 8, p. 187 187 

JfidMifiia. Koninck 187 

CblMiMiarie, Qoldfti80,flg.4,p.l88 188 

Amimcia, liMnarek 188-189 

3. 

Daka, J. D. Description of Fossil Shells of the collections of the Exploring Expedi- 
tion nnderthecommandof Charles Wilkes, U. 8. N., obtained in Australia, iVom the 
lower layers of the coal formation in Illawara, and from a deposit probably of 
nearly the same ago at Harper's Hill, valley of the Hunter. ,<^Amer. Jonm. Soi., 

2d ser., vol. iv. Appendix, pp. 151-160. New Haven, 1847. 

P*se. 

BiBcropJIon imtficlatia, n. a.. Dana, 1847 151 

BeOeivpAon fIrfoCiw. n. a., Dana, 1847 151 

Pkaif$ekigmaf depreuftm^ n. a., Dana, 1847 151 

PiMtrofomaria fri-/foto, n. a., Dana, 1847 151 

Pfmrotomoria nvda, n.a., Dana, 1847 151 

WaUea f Dana, 1847 151 

PMeaateiMaa,n.a.,Dana,1847 151-152 

P«n<iuKa, n.g.,Dana, 1847 152 

P.j|Kitonfitf,n.a.,Dana, 1847 152 

P.rewtfomUt, n.a., Dana, 1847 152 

P.tr«^D9iia,n.a.,Dana,1847 152 

XMi9M2aoMita,n.8.,Dana,1847 152 

An6ratela oeiy^tato. n. a., Dana, 1847 152 

TtraratmiaOongata, n.8.,Dana, 1847 152 

PndmetutfraffOU, n.8.,DanA; 1847 153 

Sdlm{8cUemrtutf)aipti«ut,u.B.,Vtauk,l9i7 158 

£^lm(i8Ma0iirfiwf)p{<mtiIa«tff,n.a.,Dana,1847 158 

Pftoladomya undota, n. 8., Dana, 1847 158 

^Bofima MMfotf, n. a., Dana, 1847 158 

OboKf^ n.g.,Dan*, 1847 154 

a9raMlif,n.8.,Daaa,1847 154 



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C?.prac«i#, n.8., Dan»,1847 154 

C, f recto, n. 8., Dana, 1847 154 

AHarts gemma, n.s.,Dana, 1847 #. 154-155 

^itortito, XL g., Dana, 1847 165 

A.intrepida, n.8Ml>ana, 1847 155 

jI. e»pn'fia,XL8..I>azia,1847 155 

A. eytkerea, n. 8.,'Dbb9^ 1847 .*. 155 

A.poUta, n. 8..DaiiA, 1847 155 

, A. cydat, n.8..Dana, 1847 » 165 

A. trariMverta, ii.H.,Daxia, 1847 155-156 

Cardinia, Agassis 15« 

0. rseto,XLs.,Dana,1847 156 

V-cunsata, n. 8..I>aiiA, 1847 ? 166 

Pyramut, n-g., Dana, 1847 156-157 

P, sOiptietM, n. 8., Daaa. 1847 157 

F. my^ormif, XL 8., Dana, 1847 157 

^Ytietito obrupto, XL 8., Dana, 1847 157 

Kucula f Dana, 1847 157 

CifjMrieardiaruguloia, iL8.,Dana, 1847 1S7 

CjfpricardiatinuoM, n.8.,Daaa, 1847 157-158 

Jfyonia, XL g., Dana, 1847 158 

jr. ekm^ato, XL 8., Dana, 1847 158 

2f.wilida,n.8.,Dana,1847 '. ; 158 

EwrydeMmaeUiptiea,iL%,,'DvaA, 1847 158 

fufydetma 9lo6o«a, n. 8., DanA, 1847 158 

Modiolopti* timpleXf iL8.,Daiia) 1847 158 

Modidoptit tUiqiM, n.8.,Dana, 1847 159 

ModiolopHt prctrupta, n. s., Dana, 1847 150 

ModiolapHs imbrieatek, n. 8.,Dana,]847 198 

ModiolopHt areodet, n. 8.,Dana, 1847 158 

JTooriotofMit oout^-onf, iL 8.. Dana, 1847 16»-106 

Avieula 1 Dani, 1847 : 100 

F^ten comptut, XLS-.Dana, 1847 160 

P*ctanfaiitt»coOi», n.8..Dana,1847 160 

F^etm UnuiteuUit, n.8.,Dana, 1847 100 

4. 

Dai^a, J. D. Fossils of the Exploring Expedition nnder the command of Charles 
Wilkes, U. S. N., a fossil fish from Australia, and a Belemnite from Terra Del 
Fttcgo. < Am. Jonrn. Soi., vol. y, 2d ser., pp. 433-435. New Haven, 1848. 

Z7fo«tft«fM«. n.g.,Dana, 1848 483-434 

IT, aitffroZif, XL 8., Dana. 1848 4S4 

HeUeerus, n.g.,Dana, 1848 434 

n./uegiemit, n.8., Dana, 1848 • 434 

Cardiniaf exilit, McCoy= Cardtnia rseto, Dana 434 

Pleurotomaria m&rritiana, McCoj=Pleurotomaria tri/Uata, l>mD% 434 

Paekydomu* owUit, McCoy 434 

Paehydomiu putUlut, McCoy ,... 434 

Paehydomut saeetUut, McCoy 434 

Ewrydetma eordataf Morris 434 

Soiomya, 'ilc£oy=Pyram%u^ Dana 434 

5. 

Dana, J. D. Descriptions of fossils. <U. S. Expl. Exp., 1838-'42, under the com- 
ntand of Charles Wilkes, U. S. N. Geology. By James D. Dana. Vol. x, Ap- 
[KiQdix, pp. 681-729, part. Atlas, xxi, pis. pavB, Philadelphia, 1849. 

Appendix I. 

FOSSILS OP NEW SOUTH WALES. 

p*g«. 

Pitcet 681 

Vrotthenet, Dana, 1848 681 

l7roffA«fi«« au^roZit, Dana, 1848 881-682 



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Page. 

M90m$ea 68J 

Braekiopoda 68? 

Tertbrattda itmyffdala, Dana, 1847 882' 

Ttrebrahda eUmgata. Dana, 1847, pL i, figs. 3 a. 5 «82-«83 

T9nbratula f, Dana, 1849. pL i, flgt. 4 a, 5 68S 

TinYbro^tiia/ . Dana, 1840. pL i, fig. 5 68» 

Spiriftr glaber, pLi,fig.6a,& 689 

8pir\fer darwiniU'J. Morris), pL i, fig. 7 a 684 

Spinfer duodeeicottahu (McCoy), pL H. figs. 1 a, 1 5 684 

Spirifer , Dana, 1849, pLii,flg.2 684 

apir^er ve^lp€rtilia <O.Sowerby), pLii,flga.8 a-« 685- 

dpirifer phaUtna, n.n., Dana, 1849, pL ii. fig. 4 686- 

Siphonotretaf curta, n.8.,Dana, 1849, pi. ii, flgs. 5 a, 6 685- 

lAngrda ovata, n. a.. Dana, 1819, pi ii, flgs. 6 a. & 68&-68» 

Produetug /ragilis, Dana, pL yii, figs. 7 a-« 98t^ 

Produetus braehifthifrus (G. Sowerhy), pLii,flg.8 986- 

Acephala 68^ 

SoUeurtutf eUipiieu*, Dana, pL ii. fig. 9 685^ 

Soieeurtits ( Ptamnytbin f) planulatiu, Dana, pi. ii, fig. 10. 686-687 

Pholadiymya iPlatymya) ttndata, Dana, pi. ii, flgs. 11 a,6 687 

Photadomya (Homomya) gUfuUmenHt, n.s., Dana, 1849, pL ii, flg. 12 68T 

Pholadomya (Homomya) audax, Dana, pt iii,flgs.l a-e 687 

PhMadcmya {Homomya) eurtata ft] (J. Morris). Dana, pL ill, flgs. 20^5 687 

Ai^arte gemma, Daua, pi. ill, flgs. 4 a, 6 68^ 

AitattUa, Dana, 1847 , 68» 

A.intrepida, Dana, 1847, pL ili, flgs. 6, 6 a 68» 

A.eifprina, Dana, 1847, pL iii, flgs. 6, 6 a 68» 

A.eytherea, Dana, 1847. pi. iv, flgs 1, 1 a 68» 

A.poUta. Dana, 1847. pL iv, flgs. 2 a-« 60(^ 

A.«ye(a«,Dana,1847,pLiT,flgs.3,3a 600< 

A.tramrverta Dana, 1847, pL iv, flgs. 4 a, 6 W^ 

A. f eorpulenta, n. s., Dana, 1849, pL ili, flgs. 3a-«. 691 

Oardinia r^eta, Dana, pL i v. flgs 5 a, 6 69t 

Cardiniaf euneata, Dana, pL iv, flgs. 6, 6 o-tf 602 

Oardiniaf eo«<ato (J. Morris), Dana, pL It, figs. 8 a-«. 69^ 

Paekydomxu .. 692-60^ 

P.eun$atu9 (J. D. Sowerby), Morris, pt t, figs. 1, 1 a 609 

P.anHquaUf, (J. D. Sowerbj), Morris, pi v, fig. 2 690-60* 

P.UvitiJ. D. Sowerby), Morris 60* 

Mf9onia, Dana 60* 

Iftfonia. Dana 09# 

iVramia, Dana'. 60& 

OZaofri*, Dana 60^ 

McBonia eUmgtUa, Dana, 1847, pi. v, figs. 3 a-0 09S 

Jf.wii«to, Dana, 1847, pLr, figs. 4 a-6 60(^ 

Jl.azini4i, Dana, 1847, pL v, figs. 5 a. & 60© 

JiJearinata (J. Morris), Dana. pi. ri, figs. 1 a, & 096 

Jf./ra^li«,n.a:, Dana, 1849, pi vi.flg8.2,3 606-607 

Jt.myi/orm%t, Dun&, 1847, pi. vi, flg. 4 a 697 

f if. eUipeica. Dana, 1849, pLvi, flg.6a,« 601 

M£.gxgas{id'Coy), Dana 607 

Jf. yrandw, Dana, 1847, pi. vi, flg. 7 697-608 

M.gracilis, Dana. 1847. pl.vii,flgs.l a,c 608 

M.f recta, Dana, 1847, pi. vii, flg. 2 608 

Nwula abntpta, Dana, 1847, pl.vil, flg.3 608 

Nveula concinna, n. s., Dana, 1849, pl.vii,flg.4 60» 

KumUt glendoneneie, n. s., Dana, 1849, pL vll, flg 5 60(^ 

J^ryd««ma, Morris 609> 

£. eKtpfiea, Dana, 1847, pi. vii, flgs. 6o-d 70*K 

S.globo§a, Dana, 1847, pi. vii, figs. 7,7 a 7W> 

E.eaceulue (M'Coy), Dana, pi. vii, flgs.8a,5 7W> 

S.eordata {MoTviB) 700-701 

Oordium auHrale (M'Co.v), Dana, pL viii, flg. 2 , 701 

Cardium/erox, n.s., Dana, 1849, pi. viii, flg. 3 701 

Oypricardia ; 701-702 

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C. ctcut\fronM, Dana, 1847, pi. viii,flga 4 a,b 702 

C.imbricata, Dana, 1847, pi. vlii, fig.5 702 

a areodM, Dana, 1847, pi. viii, flg8.8a,6 702-703 

O.pranrupla, Dana^ 1847, pLviii, fig. 10 703 

O.tUiqua, Dana, 1847, pi. ix, figs. I a,b 703 

C.timplez, Dana, 1847, pLix, flg.2 703-704 

O.iAviculat) venerit, Dana, 1847, pi. iz, flg8.3a,5 704 

Avieulavotgennsf (Verneuil), pLlx,flg.4 704 

Pterinea maeroptera {J . 'HorriB) 704 

Peeten eompttis, Dana, 1847, pi. ix, flg.6 704 

Peetenlenuiieulu*,DanA, 1847, pi. Ix, figs. 6 a, 66 704-705 

Peoten tenuieoUU, Dana, 1847, pLix, fig. 7 705 

Peeten mitis, n. a., Dana, 1849, pl.ix, flgs.8a,5 705 

Peeten iUawarrerms (J.Horris), pl.ix, flg 705 

Peeten 9quamul\feru9 [t], ^ortiB 705 

f , pi. ix, flg. U/, Dana. 1849 705-700 

Qatteropoda. 

PiUopiii tenella, Dana, 1847, pi. ix, flga. 18a,b 708 

Pil«op«i« otta, n. 8.. Dana, 1849, pi. ix, flg. 14 a 706 

Pleurotomaria morritiana, McCoy, pi. ix, flgs. 15, 15 a, 16 706 

Pleurotomarianuda. Dana, 1847, pl.ix, flgs. 17 o-e 7«.'6 

Pleurotomaria itneleekiana, Morris 707 

Platyehiema ooiUut (^ottIb), pl.x, flg. 1 707 

PlatyehUma rotundatum, Morris 707 

Platyehvtma depre*eum, liana, 1847, pl.x, flgs. 2a,b 707 

Ifadea ? Dana, 1847, pLx,flg8.2a,6 707 

BeUert^hon undttlatiu Dana, 1847, pl.x, flgH.4a,6 707 

BeUerophonitrietui, Dana, 1847, pl.x, flgs. 5,a,6 707-708 

BeUerophon micrMnphcUui, Morris, pi. x. Aks. 6a,b 7<^ 

0^hal(^)oda. 

Theea lanetolata (Morris), pi. x, flgs. 7 a,b 708 

Oonularia 708-709 

C. inomata, n.8., Dana, 1849, pl.x, flg.8 709-710 

C. levigata, Monis, pi. x, fig. 9 710 

C. tenuistricUnf (M'Coy) 710 

Badiata. 

Feneetella intemata (Lonsdale), pi. x, flg. 13 710 

FenetteUa media, n. s.. Dana, 1849, pi. x. flgs. 14, 14 a, and flg. 15 710 

FenenteUa ampla (Lonsdale), pi. xi, flgs. 1, 1 o; 2,2a 710 

FenesteUa foMtula (Lonsdale). pLxi, flg8.3a,6 710-711 

FenesteUa graeUie. n. s. (Dana), 1849, pi. xi, flg. 4 711 

FenesteUa, p\. \i, All». 5, 5 a 711 

Cheteteg erinita (Lonsdale), Dana, pi. xi, flgs. 6, 6 a-c t 711 

Clietetei tagmaniengis (Lonsdale) , Dtma, pi. xi, flgs. 7, 7 a, 8, 8 a 711 

Chetetes ovata (Lonsdale), Dana, pi. xi, flgs. 9, 9 a, b 712 , 

CheUtee graeUit. n. s., Dana, 1849, pi. xi, figs. 10, 10 a-« 712 

Hemitrypaf, pi xv, fljr. 10 712 

Enerinilal remain*, pi. xi, flgs. 12 a, b, and pi. xi. flgs. 13, 14, and flg. 15 712 

Pentadia, Dana, 1847 ... 712-713 

, Pentadia corona, pi. x, flgs. 10, 10 o-«, 11 and 12 718 

FOSSIL PLAKTS. 

Vofii^erce. 

Fruit scales, pi xii, flgs. 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 5 a, 6, 6, 7, 8, 8 o-d 714 

-yav^«ra(Aia, n. g., Dana, 1849 715 

N. gpatuUUa, n.s., Dana, 1849, pi. xii, fig. 9 715 

y. media, n.s., Dana, 1849, pi. xii, flg. 10 715 

y. elongata iJ. UoTri»}, Dana, 1849, pi. xii, fig. 11 715 

SpKenaplene lobi/olia (Morris), pi. xii, fig. 12 715-716 

Oloteopterig brotoniana ( Brouguiart) , pi. xii, flg. 13, 13 a-e, 14 (Yoang f ) 716-717 

Qlottopteris ampla, n.s., Dana, 1849, pi. xiii, fig. 13, a, b 717 

OUniopierie reticulum, n.s.. Dana, 1849, pi. xiii, flgs. 2, 3 717-718 

Olouopteris elongata, n. h., Daua, 1849, pi. xiii, tig. 4 718 

Qlonopterisf eordata, n.s., Dana, 1849, pi. xiii, flg. 5 718 

OloNopterie linearig ( McCoy) 718 



WRITINGS OP J. D. DANA. 227 

PkifUotheea wstrhlit, pi. xiii, fig. 6, pi. xiv, flgs.1 [2!] 71S-71t 

CImttmia, n. g., Dana, 1849 710 

0. aii«fraiw,n.ft., DuiA,1849 71^790 

^iMftAroeafina Ottterolw, D. B., Dana, 1849, pL ziT, fig. 6 • 790 

<^f$to»eirite» f "pl. xiv, flg. 6,<J 790 

AuMtreila rigida, n.*., Dana, 1849, pi. xly.flgs. 7, 8 790 

Otf^fervUsa? tenella, n.»,, Dana, 1849, pi. xlv, flg. 9 720 

FOB8IL8 FROM TIKRRA DBL FUBOO. 

i/e(ieeru«. Dana, 1848 720 

H. fuggiensit. Dana, pi. zt, flg. 1 e-d 790-721 

FOSSILS FROM SAlf LOBSMBO, PUU. 

2>Voma Lor«n(u, n. 8. (Dana), 1849, pL xr, flg. 2«-« 7S1 

Twbo , Dana, 1849, pL XT, flg. 3 a, 6 TU 

NttutUu$ t«nuir-~planatus, n.H., Dana, 1849, pLzr, flg.4 791 

FOSSIL AMMONITB FROM THB AKDM. 

Amnnmitet piekeringi, Dana, pL xv, flg. 5 721 

JmiHonieM, pi. XT. flg. 6 721 

Ottraca i>l.xv.flg.7 799 

FOSSILS PROM XORTHWKSTBBN AMERICA. 

Cetacean^ pL xvi, fig. 1 799 

FishM, pi. XTi, flg. 2, pL xvi, flg. 3, pi. xril,flg8. 1.2 a, 2 h 799 

Orvttaeeti. 

CaOuNMMMi or^ofMum, n. B., Dana, 1849 799-799 

Balanw 1 Dana,pL xtU, flg.4 799 

tUa. 

fiMfritef orti^ofMfwif, D.s.,DBiia,1840,flgs.ft,6^0«, pLzzl,flci.7,t 790 



I 



IV.-THE WRITINGS OF CHRISTIAN GOTTFRIED EHRENBERG. 



Ehrknbebo, C. G. On Infusorial Deposito on the River Chutes in Oregon. Amer. 
Jour. Sci., 2d ser., Vol. IX, p. 140. New Haven, 1850. 
A brief notice of tbe Mitbor*8 work in the Monatab. Akad.. Berlin. February. 1R49, p. 76. 

2. 

Ehrknbekg, C. O. Uber das machtigste bis jctzt bekannt gewordene (augeblich 500 
Fns8 machtige) Lager von mikroskopischeu roiuen kieselschaligen Sttsswasser- 
Formen am Wasserfall-Flnsse im Oregon. <Bericht liber die znr Bekanntma- 
chang geeigneten Verhandlnngen der Konigl. Trenss. Akademie der Wissenschaf- 
ten zu Berlin aus dem Jahre 1849. February, pp. 7t>-87. Berlin, 1850. 



Amphora Hbyca. 

Camp^hditeua ammrio. t 

Cccontu /Inndea, 

0. eoneentrica. 

C.gemvutta^ 

C. hneata. 

C. Manga, 

CpraOexta, 

C. punctata, 

Coecontmaatp^rum. 

V. eittula, 

C.gibfmm. 

CfracUe. 

Claneeotatum. 

C.hmida. 

DUe&plea oreffoniM. 

Evmotia atnpkUi9if$, 

£.gibba. 

E.gibbtnUa. 

B.granuiata. 

EUMU. 

B.$vtbmiaUL 

Ktertrieuia. 

E.n 

E.i 

E. zebra. 

£.zArina, 

frttgUaria aeuUu 

F.amphicephaia. 

F.Tkabdoaoma, 

GiaB«nemaparadcw itm ,t 

Gvmphontma gracUa, 

^■harcmlaneum, 

e.longieoOe. 

6.i 

G.t 

G.Uar. 

O.oregonieum, 

G^moneOaermattL 

O.dUtam. 

Gtmmiata, 

G.\ 

6. 



G undulata. 

Himantidiuin arcms. 

NavictUa tigma. 

N. baeiUum. 

N.tealprum. 

N. semen. 

N.tijleuia. 

Pinnularia ajfimit. 

P. amphioxyt. 

P. digitua. 

P.gaetrum. 

P. maciUnta. 

P. meeogongyla. 

P.paehypttra. 

P. plaeentula. 

P. oregoniea. 

P. viridia. 

P. viridula. 

Podoephenia p^tpula. 

RhaphofUfU fciUuem. 

R.laneeoUUa. 

R, oregoniea. 

Surilella bifrom. 

JS.plieata. 

Stanroneu baileyi. 

S.Bemen. 

Sifnedra ulna. 

8.9pendida. 

AmphidUeue armatiti. 

Lithodontium /ureatum. 

L. fuuutum. 

L.eeorpius. 

LithoetyUdium amphiodtm. 

L. erenuUUum. 

L. lave. 

L. quadratum. 

L.rudt. 

L. trabeeiUa. 

Luhoatylidium. t 

SpongolUkis €ieietUarU. 

S.atpera. 

S./usti*. 

8. in/lexa. 

S. meeogoixqyla. 



229 



1 



V-THE WRITINGS OF JAMES HALL. 

1. 

Hall, Jambs. Organic remains. DescriptioDs of organic remains collected by Cap- 
tain J. C. Fremont, in the geographical survey of Oregon and North Califomia. 
<Rep. Expl. £xp. to the Rocky Mountains and to Oregon and North California, 
by J. C. Fremont. Appendix B, pp. 304-310, pis. i-iv. Washington, 1845. 

Bpksnopttrit/renumH, D.%.,UaSil945. pi ii,flgs.8.8a 304 

Alrao6a,ii.»..Hsll,1845,pLi,fig.8 804 

&(t)paue\foUa,n,u..nBU, 1845, pi. ii, figs. 1 o-d 804-305 

flL(f)tr</oKato.n.8..HaU,184^pl.il,flg•.2,2a. 305 

e{oMopter<tpAaii^t.ii.s..HAll.1845,pLii,flgs.5,5a-« 306-306 

PeeopUrU undulata, n. »., Hall. 1845, pi. i, figs. 1, 1 a 800 

PMop(<Tutifufu<atayar.,Ha]1.184\pLi.flg8.2,2a»5 80S 

PecopterU (f) od4mtopteroide$, n. s.. Hall, 1845, pL i, figs. 8, 4 800 

IHe*op«er«. n. g.. Hall, 1845 SOS 

T.;Baiii«ao#o,n.»., Hall, 1845, pL it flg.« 806-807 

r.9racaw,n.a.,Hall,1845.pl.i,flg.5 , 807 

Sterna of ferns, pi i.flg. 7 807 

Leafofa Dycotyledonona plant (f), pLii,flg.4 807 

JfyatoB»noid«.n.a.,Hall,1845,pl.iii,flga.l,2 807 

FueulaiinprǤM, (f ) n. a., Hall, 1845, pL ill, flg. 8 806 

(VtAtfrea par9uia,n. a., Hfil,1845» pi Hi, flga. 10, 10 a 808 

PI«itroeotfutriatm»aii^tftola,n.s.,Hall,1845,pliii,flga.4,5 808 

OfritAtitm tonerum, n. a.. HaU, 1845. pi ill figa. 6, 6 a 808 

Cb^tum/remonti, n. a.. Hall 1845, pi iii,flgH. 7, 7 a 808 

^otiea (/) occ»d«ntali«, n. a, HaU, 1845, pi iii, flga. 8, 8 a 808-309 

TumleOa WKn«ato,n. a. Hall 1845, pi HI, flg. » * 809 

Oinffcitcmnodiilo«ttm,n.a.,Halll845,plUlflga.ll,12 80» 

7Wf6o|Hi(ti4«fMi</'ormi«,n.6..HaU,1845,plUi,flg.l8 80» 

LesTea of Diootjledonoua planta, pL iii, flga. 14, 15 806 

InoeerafMts f , Hall 1845, pL It, flga. 1, 1 a 806-610 

JnoMramut f. Hall 1845, pi ir. flg. 2 810 

2. 

Hall, Jamk8. Description of new or rare species of fossils, from the Palieozoic se- 
ries. <Rep. on the Geology of the Lake Superior Land district, by J. W. Foster 
and J. D. Whitney. Part ii, chapter xiii, pp. 203-231, pis. XKiiio-xxxY. Wash- 
ington, 1851. 

POTSDAM AMD CALCIFBH0U8 SAMDflT05SB. 

Page. 

Lingula prima, Conrad, pi xxiii, flga. 1 a-g 20i 

Irtnytila onti^tto, Hall, pi xziil flga. 2 a-« . 204-205 

TTilobit«aof tbePotadamSandatone 20S 

IHMi{o]cephalus, D. D. Owon, pi xxiil flg8.3a-e, andflg.4 205-206 

lOaULS FBOM THS CBAZT, BIRD'tt KTB, BLACK UIVER, AMD TBBMTOM UMBSTOlfBS AMD HUDSON RIVBR 

OBOUr. 

Phenopora mulHpora. n. a., Hall185I.pl xxiy.flga la,6 206-^07 

CUtthrcp<fraJUMbeUata,n.B., Hall 1851, pi xxlr, flga. 2a, 6 207 

CJUsleCMlyeoperdon, Say.plxv,flga.la-<l 207-206 

AAizocHnut nodotiiff, pi xxr, flga. 2 a-« / 208 

231 



1^32 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Eehino»phaerite»t, u.8.. Hall, 1851. pi. xxv,flg8.3a, ft 208-209 

Orinoidece, or Oyttidece '^^ 

f , pL XXV, figs. 4 OHJ U09 

Murchisfynia major, n.».,BB\\,]SrA,v^ xxvi. figs. 1 o-c 209-210 

Aiaphvg barrandi, n. »., Hall, 1851, pi. xxvii, figi*. 1 a-d, and pL xxviil 210-Jll 

Ilarpes escanabi^, n. b., Hall, 1851, pi. xxvii, fig. 2 a 211-212 

I^haeop* eaUicephalus, pL xxvii, flge. 3 a,b 212 

<'a<enijt;ora yraciZur, n. 8., Hall, 18r>l, pi. xxix, figs, la, 6 212-213 

Earcinula f obHoleta, n. a., Hall, 1851, pi. xxix, fig. 2 a, 6 213 

Modiolopgut pholadi/ormis, n. s., Hall, 1851, pL xxx, flga. 1 a-c, and pL xxxi, fig. 1 213-214 

Modiolopgi^ modiolarU, Hall, pi. xxxi, figs. 2 a-d 214-215 

JLmbonychia carinata, Hall, pi. xxxi, fig. 3 215 

CLINTON GROUP. 

Tracks and trailB of vertebrates f 215-21K 

Tracks of Crustaceans f 2l»-220 

NIAOABA GROUP. 

Huronia vertebralU. Stokes, pi. xxxiv, fig. 1 221 

JIuronia annulata. n. s.. Hall, 1851, pi. xxxiv, fig.4 221-222 

JHscosorus cmwideun, pi. xxxi v, tigrt. 2 and 3 222-223 

IT1>RU HELDERBERG UXBSTONKA. 

IHetyoneina/enestrata, pi. xxxv. tigs. I a,b 223-224 

yroetu* ^ Hall. 1851, pi. xxxv, tig. 2 224 

Pkcteopt anehiops, pi. xxxv, tigs. 3 a. 6 224-225 

L18T OF F08HIL8. 

iireneral remarks on the above list 228 

Table of the number of species of fossils found in the State of New York and the Lake 
Superior district 230 

3. 

Hall, James. Letter from Professor James Hall, of New York, coutaiuing observa- 
tious on the Geology and Palteoutology of the country traversed by the expedition, 
and notes upon some of the Fossils collected on the route. ^Exploration antl 
Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah, including a reconnaissance 
«f a new route through tbe Rocky Mountains, by Howard Stansbnry. Appendix 
E, pp. 398-414, pis. i-iv. Philadelphia, 1852. 

CORALfi. 

OyathophyllidecB. Page. 

FaviphyUumf rugomm, n. s.. Hall, 1852, pi. i, figs, 1 o, ft 407-408 

ZaphreniUf muttOaweMa, n.s., Hall, 1852, pi i, fig. 2 408 

ZaphrentU starub urii. Hall, n. s., 1 852, pi. i, figs. 3 a,b 407 

Lithotttro[n]Hfni (sp. indet.). Hall, 1852. pi. i, flg.4 a,b 408 

^aehiopoda. 

Terebratula nibtaUa, n. s.. Hall, 1852, pi. iv, figs. 1 a,b,2a,b 409 

Spirifer Iteiniplicata, n. s.. Hall, 1852, pL iv, figs. 3 o, 6 409 

<S. octopWcata/ pLiv, fig. 4 a, 6 , 409-410 

A tnpfcVjato, Hall, n. 8,1852, pi. iv, figs, 5 a-c 410 

ChoneUs variolata, (D*Orb. sp.) DeKoninck, pi. iii, tigs. 1 a, 6 410 

Productug co9t4xtus^ DeKoninck, pi. iii, tig. 2 411 

P. Wfnirr«iV?»4?afta, DeKoninck pi. iii, figs, a-5 o, 6 411 

Froduetus (.sp.indet.). Hall, 1852, pi. iii, fig. 4 411 

Orthis umbraeuhim f pi. iii, tig. 6 412 

Atephala. 

Avicula? cu*/a. pi. ii, figs. 1 o,6 412 

Tellinomyn prutenta, Hall, n. s., 1852, pi. ii, fig. 3 , 412 

Cyprieardia oceidentalis, n. s.. Hall, 1852, pi. iv, fig. 2 •- 412 

.il^;ri«ina frr7n»na{i«.n.B., Hall. 1852, pi. ii, figs. 4 a, 6 413 

il. mrcf/fn ffrafrt.n. s., Hall, 18.*>2, pi. ii, figs. 5rt, 6 413 

Oatteropoda. 

Pleurotomarin eoronula.u. s.. Hall, 1852, pi. ii, figs. 6a-4i 413-414 

EuompUaUi4 gubplanus, u. s.. Hall, 1852.pl. ii, figs. 7 a, 6 414 



WRITINGS OF JAMES HALL. 233 



Hall, Jamks. Descriptions and Notices of the Fossils collected upon the route. 
<Rep. Expls. and Sorvs. from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, vol. 
iii. No. 1, general report upon the geological collections, chapter ix, pp. 99-105, 
pis. i andii. Washington, 1856. ^ 

CRrtACKOUS ttPKCIlS. 

Paj5«?- 

Otyphnea^Ijamsirtik v 99 

Q.piUheri, Morton, 1834, pL 1, flga. 1-6 99-100 

(?. piteAert, var. napto, HrUl, 1856, (pL I, flg». 7-10) * 100 

OHrea, LinoaBiis 100 

O. conf^etfa, Conrad, 1843, pi. i, fig. U 100-101 

CARBOKIFBROUS BPECIIS. 

Terebratuia [LJhwyd 101 

T. miUepunetata, n. ».. Hall, 1856, pi. U. flge. 1, 2 101 

T.tubtmta, Hall, pL ii. figs. 3-5 101 

Spiri/er, Sowerby % ^ 101 

S.UMatu*,p\AU(LgB.6-H 101-102 

S. fa-zirwci^en^M, Shumard, 1855, pi. II, figs. 10, 11 , 102 

S. caw fTottw, Morton, 1836, pi. il, figs. 9, 12, 13 102-103 

iVodt«/u*, Sowerby 103 

P. itmiretieuiattu, Martin, 1809, pi. il, figs. 16, 17 103 

P. rogerH, Norwood & Praiten, 1854, pi. ii, flge. 14, 16 ! 104 

Imperfect specimens, the Hpeciflc characters of which are obscure or indeterminable. . 104-105 



Hall, James. Geology and Palajonttdgy of the Boundary. <U. S. and Mex. Bound- 
ary Survey. Report of William H. Emory, vol. i, part ii, pp. 101-140, and 144- 
146, pis. i and xx aud xxi pars. Washington, 1857. 

The fossils fii!ure«I on pi. xx were apparently named by Jamea Hall, bat no deecriptiona 
accompany them. 

CUumnaria thomii, n. a., Hall, 1857, pi. xx, figs, 1 a-d. 
Terebratuia msxieana, n. s.. Hall, 1857, pi. xx, figs. 2 a~e. 
Orthis araehnmdes, n. s., Hall, 1857, pi. xx, figs. 3 a, b. 
Euompkalus miehleran'ti*, o. s., Hall, 1857, pL xx, fig. 4. 
Aaaphut emoryi, n. s., Hall, 1857, pL xx, fig. 5. 

The Echinoderms in this report are described by Profeaaor Hall. 

Page. 

Purina Parrjr*. n. »., Hall, 1857, pi. i, figs. 1 o-d 144-145 

ToxaHer texantui, Roemer, pi. i, figs. 2 a-e 145 

Cjfphoaoma tezanum, Roomer, pi. i, flga. S a-« 145 

HolectftpuM planatus, n. s., T Hall, 1857, pi. i, figs. 4 a-/ 145-14»l 

Toxatter elegam, Shamard, sp. pL xxi,'flgs. 1 a-0 146 

Qryphea PUeheri, (Mort.). Hall is figured on pi. xxi, figs, 3 a-0, bat its locality is not mentioned 
and it is not described. 

6. 

Hall, Jame8, and Whitfield, R. P. Palajontology. <Rep. Geol. Expl. 4Uth 
parallel by Clarence King, vol. iv, part ii, pp. 19^302, pis. i-vii. Washington, 
1«77. 

FOSSILS OP TUB POTSDAM GBOUP. 

Brqfikiopoda . P)^ K«- 

OfroWto, BIlL 205 

O. ducoicte, n. s., H. & W., 1877, pL i, figs. 1, 2 205 

Lingtilepis,Hsa\ .. 206 

t. wMwa, n.8.,H&W., 1877,pLi,fig8,5-7 206 

• Theee fignres are copied from Maroon's figures of GryphoMi Pilcheri, Mort., except fig. 10, which is 
eopifd from n flgnre of Maroou's Oryphaa dilatata. Sow., Bull. Geol. Soc. France, 2d ser. vol. xil pL xxi, 
•nd GeoloKy of North America, pi. Iv. 



234 BULLE5IN NO. :iO. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 

L. fminuta, n. s.. H. & W., 1877, pi. i, figs. 3,4 206-207 

Kutorgina, BHUxx'^n 207 

K. minutisiima, n. a., H. & W., 1877, pi. i, figs. 11,12 207-208 

Leptcma, Dalman 208 

£. meWa, n. 8., H. dt W.. 1877, pi. 1, figs. 18, 14 208-200 

Onutaeea. 

OonoeephaUlet, Zenker, ^OonoeorypkeCardA 290 

Sabgenns CVepic«p/^tM, Owen t = LoganeUu»,'Dexine 209 

Orepicephahu (LoganeUuM) Ao^uei, u. »., H. 4^ W., 1877, pi. il, figs. 14, 15 210-212 

O. (LoganeUtu) nUidui, n. s., H. 4fc W., 18n, pi. figs. 8-10 212-214 

0. (LoganOlus) granulotus, n. »., H. 4b W., 1877, pL ii, flgt. 2,3 314-215 

O. (LogafuUu4) mwmlosus, n. 8., H. & W., 1877, pi. ii, figs. 24,25, And 261 215-214 

0. {Loganelhu) unitxUeatut, n. »., H. & W.. 1877, pL ii, flgt. 22,28 216-217 

O. (LoganeUut) timulaUtr, n. s., H. A W., 1877, pi. ii, figs. 16-18 218 

a (i<van««tt«) onvCta, n. «., H. 4fc W., 1877. pL U, fig*. li^-2I 219-220 

O. (Balkyvrusf) angulatus, n. »., H. & W., 1877, pi. ii, fig. 28 220-221 

Pt^roeephalui, Boemer 221 

OonoeephaUUs (Pteroeephahu) lati«9p9, n. s , H. 4b W., 1877, pL ii, l^gs. 4-7 221-228 

Ptvchatpit, Han 222 

P.puMuio$a, n. ».. H. & W., 1877, pL U, fig. 27 22»-224 

Oharioeephalitt, Hall 224 

a tumitrons, n. s.. H. 4t W., 1877, pi. ii. figs. 88,82 224-225 

DUxUoeephalus, OMeu 225-228 

D. bilobatut, n. B., B. Sc W., 1877. pi. i I. fig. 86 226 

D, muUieinchA, n. s., H. 4fc W., 1877, pi. ii. fig. 87 226-227 

i>./aft«a^f«-, n.8.,H.dt W.,1877,pl.ii,flg8.29,80 227-228 

A^m>«(ttf. BroDgniart 228 

A. communi*. n. 8., H.4tW., 1877, pLi,flgfc 28, 28 228-229 

A.n«>n,n.8..H.4t \V., 1877, pi. i, flgt. 26, 27 22^-230 

A.i>roto»^i#, n. 8., H.4tW., 1877, pL I. flgs. 80. 31 280-231 

A. eumuiona. D. 8., H. & W., 1877, pi i, fig. 32 231 

POB8IL6 OP THK LOWEB BILUBUV. 

Bra^iopoda. 

LingtOeptU, EaXi 282 

I/.«aa,D.8..H.4{^ W.,1877.pLi,fig.8 232 

OrtAu, DalDian 232 

0.pogonipenn$,Ti.B.,B.,SL W., 1877, pL i, flga. 0. 10 232-283 

Strophotnena. Rafinesqae 233 

A n«ii«rt, n. 8., H. & W.. 1877, pi. i, fig. 16 238-234 

Poramhimitet, Paoder ; 234 

P. o6»cuna, n. 8., H. & W., isn, pL i, fig. 16 234 

BoiUropoda. 

RnphUUtma, Hall 235 

iJ. <wrttta,n. 8., H.&W.. 1877, pi. i, flgt. 20-22 2<6 

Madurea, I..e8aeur 235 

Jf. mimmrt, n. 8., H. & W., 1877, pi. i, figs. 17-18 235-236 

JFWupira, Hall 286 

F,eompacta,u.B., H. & W., 1877, pi i, flg. 25 286-*.'87 

CV»"'**^«. Conrad 237 

O.Hniiatu4, n 8., H. 4t W.,1877, pLi,flgi.23,24 237 

Onutaeea. 

OonoeephaiUes, Zt'uker 287 

O, iubeoronatut. n:,E..&, W., 1877, pi il, flg. 1 237-238 

Orepieephaluit, Owen 1^LoganeUu$, Devine 238 

C.f (LoganeUu*) quadrant, d.8.,H.& W.. 1877, pL ii, flgs. 11-18 238-240 

DikeUocfphcUus, Owen 2*0 

D. quadriceps, n.t., H. & W., 1877,pLi, fl«8.37-40 240-241 

D. toaA«rt/cA«n*i>. D.8.. H.& W.,1877,pl.i,flg.35 .'.... 241-242 

D. ? f7otAu;itii, u 8 , n. & W., 18T7. pL i, fl;;. 36 242-243 

PathiniruM. n\\\in^ . 243 

/?. j«^fmi>«n#wr, n. 8., H. At W., 1877, pi. i, figs. 33, 34 243-244 

Ogiffin, BrotigD 244 

O.pmdueta, n.n., H. /t W.. 1877. pi. ii, flpa. 31-34 244-245 

O.parndote, D. 8.. H.& W, lh77.pl. 11, fig. 35 245-24ft 



i 



WRITINGS OF JAMES HALL AND R. P. WHITFIELD. 235 

Page. 

FOSSILS OF THB DBVOlOAir. 

Braehiopoda. 

iSeropAodonto, Hall 340 

8 eanaes, IL&, W.,pLiii, flj{8.1-8 346-247 

RhifTuhonetta, Fischer 247 

ILtmmoiui, n. s., H. & W.. 1877, pL iii, figs. 4-8 M7-248 

Lamettibranehiaia. 

TmraeyHoM, Hall 24« 

P.j»eroeeufon«. D.8..H.A W.,1877, pLiii,flg8.1i-17 248 

N%teuUte9, QonnA 248 

JIT. triani^uZia. n.ii.,H.& W..1877, pLiU,flg8.12,ll 248-249 

lAtnuUeardium^ Monster 240 

i. A«^o««»». Meek, pi aiJgs. 0,11 240-260 

QiuUropoda. 

BMeropfum, Mcfntt 260 

B. fMfous, n. s., H. & W., 1877, pL iii, figs. 18-20 « 260-251 

FOSSILS OF THB WATBBLT OBOUF. 

RMduUn. 

MitheHna, D'Kon. 261 

Miekdina sp. f H. & W.. 1877, pL It, flg. 10 251-262 

Brmekiopoda. 

Str^ttorkpnehtu.'Kiag 252 

8. 4qui9€dvia, Hall, pL It. Ilgs. 1. 2 252 

& m/olwt, White A Wbltf., 1882, pL It, ilg. 8 262-253 

Strophomena, Raflneeqae 253 

ArAoin6o{<icai«,Wilckeiia,pl.ir.fig.4 253 

OKon«t«tf, Fischer 253 

aioganen9it,n.n.,n. A W.,1677, pLiT, flg.0 253-254 

8piH/era, Sow 254 

AceiUrona/a.Winchell, 1865, pLiv, figs. 8^6 254-255 

8. alba-pinenti$, n. s.. H. A W., 1877. pL It, figs. 7,8 255-256 

AthyriM.McCoy 256 

^. etoyton», o. s., H. A W., 1877, pL iv, figs. 15-17 266-257 

A.planotulcata^ n. s., H. A W., 1877, pL iv, figs. 10, 11 257 

RhynehoneUa, Fischer 257 

RpuHulo$a, White! pL iv, figs. 12-14 267-258 

Tnrdnutula (Uhwyd.),Bmg.. 258 

r.utaA,D.s.,H.AW.,1877,pl.iv,flg.l8 258 

Oatteropoda. 

Euompkalug, Sow 250 

£. (.SrtrajKiroatw) utaA«n«i«, n. f)., H. A W., 1877, pL It, figs. 20-28 250-260 

J?. Ia«u«, White. M8S., pi. iv, figs. 24, 25 26(V-261 

E. (Straparoau»\ophirentit,vu».,'H.ScW.,iSn, pL iy, figs 26, 27 261 

Chruttaeea. 

Froehu, Stcln. 262 

P.p«rocciAm#. n. s.H. AW., 1877, pi. iv, figs. 28-32 262-264 

P. loganeruit. n. s., H. A W., 1877, pLiT,flg.83 264 

KOSBILS OF THB LOWBB CABBOVIFBBOUS.' 

Braehiopoda. 

Orthis, DtUman 265 

0. reaupinataf Haitin, sp.. pi. v., figs.!, 2 265 

FrodvetuB, Sowerby 265 

P. jUmingi Y%T. burUngionen9i», Hall, pL t, figs. 0-12 265-*J66 

P. tetrieo«fu«; Wbitef 1860, pi. v, figs. 7, 8 266-267 

P. «emir«{u»elalta, MartiD, pi. V. flgiL 5, 6 267-268 

P.elegant, n. «.,H. A W.. 1877, pLv, figs. 8,4 268-J69 

Bpiri/era, ik^WfTby 260 

8$tiriata,p\ v, flgn. 13-15 288-270 

B.$etigera, Hall, pi. v, figs. 17, 18 270-271 

Spirifera ap.f H. A W., 1877, pi. v. fig. 16 271 

AikifrU, UcCoy 271 

A. tubquadrataf HaU.pl. v, figs. 10,20 271-272 

FOSSILS OF TUB COAL-MBAAUBBA AND FBBMO'CABBOinFBBOUB. 

LamdKbranehiata. 

AnetdopeeUn, UcCoy .^ 273 

A. wtiberetuit, n-s., H. AW., 1877, pi. vi, fig.5 278 



236 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED wTATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 

A. Cftrto-cardmalis, n. s., H. & W., 1877, pi. vi,flg.4 273-274 

A. juirvulus, u.i*..H. Ac W., 1877, pi. vi, fig. 6 274-275 

Myniina, Dv KoniDck 275 

M fi'iciUoides, M. <fc II.. 1860. pi. vi, flg.S 275-276 

jif . /^' rmta/ia. Swall<»w, lt<58. pi. vi, fig. 7 278 

Sfdir wickia, McCoy 276 

8. f\.<ncava,ll,&. U., 1858. pL vi,flg. 3 276-277 

tjftrdiomorpha, De Koninck 277 

€■ Htigaouriensis, Swallow, 18.j8, pi. vi, figa. 1,2 277 

Ofphniof oda. 

t'i/rf. (jera*, (fOldf 278 

a <?r^:»a^or. n. .s , H, & W., 1877, pi. vi, fig. 15 278 

aftaiititen. Do Uaan 27\> 

Q.ktfigii,n.H.,U.& W.. 1877, pi. vi, figs. 9-14 27^-280 

P088ILS OF THE TRIABSIC PORMATIOR. 
liaitinia 

Effttnotlermata. 

/** iifj 'criniteg, Miller 280 

r. riMfcriwus f M.&; H., 1858. pi. vi, fig. 16 280-281 

Mrt$rMnpoda. 

Hyififerina, D'Orh 281 

JSf, A, j///r«i/i MJabb, pi. vi, tig. 18 281 

Sp{r\fern (Spiri/erina !) alia, d. 8., H. & W., 1877, pi. vi flg. 17 281-282 

Ttrrttratula, (Llbwyd.), Brug 282 

Zhftmboldtenms. G abb. pi. vi. tigs. 22-24 282-283 

iMmMiiif r-an chiata. 

^Gfin H>n(2m, De KouiDck 283 

B.m*iHna, n. 8., H. & W., 1877, pi. vi, fig. 19 283 

K0881L8 OF TUB JURA88IC PBUIOD. 
UtiSfihi^lioda. 

HhynchoneUa, FiHcher . 284 

AV r^i,r/nHa,D.8.,n.&W., 1877. pi. vii, figs. 1-6.: 284 

it tji\athvj)hora f Meek, pi. vii, fig. 6 284-285 

Tfrrhratula { Llbwyd. ) , Brug : 285 

tttt*i}iuUi, n.8.,n. & W.. 1877. pi. vii, figs. 7-10 285 

/- a m fUibmnchiata-. 

(MnaJAnu 285 

Oi.tr*-a &p.? U.Sc W.. 1877, pi. vii, fig. 12 285-286 

Ofpiihcea, Lam 286 

(h mUfola, var. nebragcensu, H. & W.. 1877, M. & H., 1861, pi. vii, fig. 11 28ftr287 

A rkiflopecten, McCoy 288 

A. iFumUrotis n augugtenns, n. s , H. & W., 1877, pL vii, figs. 14-16 288 

A'm m Icrotis, Meek 289 

J^.crirta, Hall, pi. vii, fig. 24 289 

ihtmptonectes, Agassiz 28J> 

a Ulimtriatits, Meek. pi. vii, fig. 13 ... 289-290 

a .?ji«nufleMt. Meek, pi. vii, fig, 18 290-291 

a p^rtenuvstHatut, n. 8., H. & W.. 1877, pi. vii, fig. 17 291-292 

tMFiccBrug 292 

L [VlagioMtoma) occldentalit, n. «.. H. & W., 1877, pL vii, fig. 28 292-2« 

JViiforita, Brug 29^ 

T 'iU'idranffularis, n, s.. H. & W.. 1877, pi. vii, fig, 22 293-294 

I^ptoeardia, (n. a.), U. & W.,lSn 2W 

f. l-/i^co,n.8..H.& W., 1877. pi. vii, figs. 26-29 295-296 

t4.tn^rditoidea, ii.8.,H. A W., 1877, pi. vii, fig. 25 296-297 

^*(ffrte, Sowerby 297 

,i.^ ar«no«a, n.H., IT. & \V., 1877, pi. vi, figs. 20-21 297-298 

(frt*t^rt>poda. 

Natica,Lam 296 

,V fUlia, n.8.,H.& W., 1877, vii, fijrs. 19-21 298-29» 

CluiiHified liflt of the fossil:! described in this report 301-302 

7. 

Ialu J.iMKd, and Meek, F. B. (a6o Meek, F. B., and Hall, James). 



VI.-THE WRITINGS OF ANGELO HEILPRIN. 



HxiLPRiNf Anqslo. On some new species of Eocene mollusca from the soatheru 
United States. <Proc. U. 8. National Musenm, vol. iii, pp. 149-152, pi. 1, 1880. 
Washington, 1881. 

Page. 

PUwrotomOy Lamarck 149 

P.pagoda, n. a.. Heilprin, 1880, pL ~, flff. 1 149-150 

P.vewutUi, iL a.. Heilprin, 1880, pL — , fig. 2 160 

P.p2a<y«<mui, o.n..HHlprin, 1880, pL—. flg.8 Ifrf) 

BueheOodon, GAhh 160 

S.ertno-carinata. n.a., Heilprin, 1880, pL~,flK.4 150 

Seaiariu, Lamarck 150 

SLunOineata, n.a.. HeilpriB, 1880. pL—,1lK.5 160-161 

FutUM, Lamarck 151 

Sabgenns Streptidura, Swainson 151 

F. (Strepgidura) mamoeAi, n. a., Heilprin, pL — ,flg.6 / 151 

Ttrtbra, IsmMrck 161 

T.ptte^fera^ n.B., Heilprin, pL— ,flg.8 «. 151 

(VMfateila, Lamarck IM 

a tfeeimf , n. s., Heilprin. pl.^,flg.9 151-152 

2. 

Hbilprin, Anoelo. North American tertiary Ostreide. <4th Annnal Rep. of the 
director of the U. 8. Geological 8nrvey. A review of the fossil ostreid» of North 
America ; and a comparison of the fossil with the living forms by C. A. White. 
Appendix I, pp. 309-316, pis. Ixiv-lxxii. Washington, 1883. 

Page. 
OftTM, Linnsua 309 

■oooni. 

OttrM ate^aiii«n«i«. Lea, pL hdT, flga. 3-4 809 

OttnaearoUneruit.CounA 809 

OMrmi ooinprM«<ro«(ra. Ray, pL Ixv, flga.1-2 609 

' Oitrsa eretaesa, Morton 310 

Ottrta divarieata^lMk, pLlxiv, flg.l 810 

OttTM tfr«r#a, Hellville, sp., pi. IxiT, flga. 5-8 310 

OMrMi/aiq/'ormw, Conrad 311 

OMtm mortoni, Gabb 811 

Ortrea aeUt^ormiff, Conrad, pL Izil, flga. 1,2 ; pL Ixiii, fig. 1 311 

OiCrw tAtrtis. Oabb, pL bdii, flg8.4-0 311 

Ottrea trigonaUs.Connd 811 

/ Ottreatutnneyi, Connd 311 

OUOOCKKB. 

Ottr§ageorgiana,CoiamA 811-812 

OtlreavicktburgtnHt, C<mnd, pLlziii, flga.3,3 312 

MIOCXHB. 

OrtwaalwMMii,G»bb, pLlrriii,ilga.4,5 312 

OMtm ftoTMrfu, Lamarck 812 

OMrwi «m(ra«ea, Conrad, pL Izlx, flge.1,2 812 

237 



238 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Page. 

Ottrta diMpttriiiii, CoBT&d^ pLlxvi, figs. 1,2 312 

Ot(r«a pajtiana, Contskd 318 

Oitrea ptrerasta^ Connyd, pLlxvii, fig.8 313 

Qjitrea tcidpturata,ConTnd^ pl.lzx, flg.2 313 

OtiTta fu^aleata, Conrad, pL Ixviii, figs. 1-3 313 

Ortrea itubjteta, Couvad 313 

0§trea tayktriana, Gahh, pLlxvii, flga.1,2 313 

OMtrtG tiVan. Conrad 813-dU 

0*frea crieriana^ Conrad, pL Ixx, flg. 1 314 

Ottn&isirginica, OmeXiu {—O. virginiana, Lamarck) 314 

puocnn. 

Ottna attp''vdi,GB,hb 314 

Ottrta bourgeoUii, 'R6mond, pl.lxxi,flg.l 214 

Oitrea heentianni^ Connd 314 

Ogirea tstpertina, Coiaad, pl.lxxi, flg8.2-4 315 

poer-PuociNK. 

Ottr*a PoiiiEAapAito, Carpenter 315 

0*(rffB/wAc(ata (Say?), F. a Holmes n5 

Oi^f'a ^afiuj, Yalenolennes 316 

Orttta luri^ Carpenter, pLlxxil,flgi. 2; 8 81A 

0Hrea94aichih(Hhh,pLhail,fig,l SM 



VII.-THE WRITINGS OF ALPHEUS HYATT. 



Htatt, Alphkus. [DescriptioDs of Dew geoera and remarks on new species of 

Triassic fossils. ] < Eep. Geol. Expl. 40th Parallel, by Clarence King. Vol. iv, 

parti, pp. 107-128 j>ar». Washington,- 1877. 

Page. 

(%(ionifidcR, D. f, Hyatt, 1877 107 

*0orocgra9, n. g.. Hyatt, 1877 107-108 

Olydonit0§, Umaer 109 

O. lmvidar9€Uui, Haoer, sp. 1800, pL x, fig. 7 109^110 

IViMAyoeraluto, n. f.. Hyatt, 1877 110 

t Oymnotoeero*. n. g., Hyatt, 1877 110-111 

(7. ro<«2^A»rt?M. Heek, 1K77, pLx,flga.9,9c» lia-113 

G.Makei, Oabb. sp., 1804. pi. x, figs. 10, 0-0, and pL xi, figs. 0, a 115-116 

Traehy^rat, Laabe • 116 

T.whUneyi, Gabb. sp.. 1864, pL xl, flga. 3, 3 a 117-118 

T. judicarieum, Mojsisovics, 1860, pi. xi, figs. 1, 1 a 118 

Are49tidiB. 

AreetteM. Saesa. 1865 U9-1-W 

il. f perptofM**, Meek, 1877, pL xi, flga. 7, 7 a 121 

A. gabtd. Meek, 1877,pLx, flg8.6,6a,6 123 

Pkytanoida, Hyatt, 1877 124 

lAeroekordie^at, n. g., Hyatt, 1877 124 

A. hfftU, Meek,1877,pLxi,flg8.5,5a 125-126 

^ Bviomoeerai, n. g., Hyatt, 1877 126 

\\ Eudiidoctnu, n.g., Hyatt, 1877 128 

2. 

Htatt, Alphkus. [Description of the new genos Meekoceras, and remarks on the 
different species of the same.] <^ Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology 
Ko. 5, Triassic fossils of Sontheastern Idaho, by C. A. White. Twelfth Ann. Rep. 
of the U..8. Geol. and Geogr. Sorv. of the Terr., by F. V. Hayden. pp. 112-11(), 
pis. xxxi-xxxii. Washington, 1883. 

Ad aathor*8 edition of these contribntions was published in 1880. 

Page. 

JfMlwMnM, n. g., Hyattk 1880 112 

Jf. ojyiofMrtttm, n. a.. White, 1880 113 

Jr. mu«Wa«*iam«m, n. 8., White, 1880 114 

Jr. pnwiWati*, a 8.. White, 1880 115-116 

AreutMf elrr«h<#,n. 8., White, 1880 117 

3. 

Htatt, Alphkus. [Description of the new genus Enclimatoceras. ] <0u the 
Nautiloid genus Enclimatoceras Hyatt, and a description of the type species. 
<0n Mesozoio fossihi, by C. A. White, Bull. U. S. Geol. Surv. No. 4. Vol. i, pp. 
16-17 of No. 4, or pp. 104-105 of vol. i. Washington, 1884. 

Bnc Hm a t oef r oi, n. g., Hyatt, 1884 104-106 



* ictfpvf, a helmet ; itipas, a horn. 

fyviiv&i, naked ; m^tov, back ; Kipat^ a horn. 

I ducpoxop^y, a wart ; xtfpav, a horn. 

$ 9^ (angm. part.) ; rofiot, sharp ; Kipait, a horn. 

B t4 (angm. part.) ; SiVicot, a qnoit ; itipat, a bom. 

230 



VIII.-THE WRITINGS OF JULES MARCOU. 



Mai^cOU, Jules. Sur 1ft g^logie des Montagues RocheuseSf eutre le Fort Smith 
(Arkansas) et Albaqnerque CNouveau Mexiqne). <Biill. Geol. Soc. France, 2d 
ser., vol.xi, pp. 156-160. Paris, 1854. 

MfDtions the exiatence, nt Tacnrncari, o£the Jurassic fonnatioii. with Orypfuea dilatata and 
Ottrea Marthii. 

2. 

Makcou, Jules. R^um^ of a geoloj^lcal reconnaissance extending from Napoleon, 
at the junction of the Arkansas with the Mississippi, to the Pueblo de los Angeles, 
iu California. < U. 8. Pacitic E. R. ExpL, 18^>3-^54, vol. iii, 8vo. Report of 
explorations for a railway route near the 35th parallel of latitude, from the Mis- 
sissippi River to the Pacific Ocean, by Lieut. A. W. Whipple. Corps of Topo- 
grapnical Engineers, chap, vi, pp. 40-48. H. Doc. 129. [ VVashingtim, le55.] 

Mentions the occurrence of a namber of fossils and employs for the firot time the name 
Oryphaa UteunteaHi, 

3. 

Marcou, Jules. R^um^ d'nne section g^Iogiqne des Montagues Roohenses & San 
Pedro, sur In c6te de TOc^an Pacifique. <Bull. Geol. Soc. France, 2d ser., vol. xi, 
pp. 474-478. Paris, 1855. 

Mentions the occnirence of a Oryphcea at Lagnna (New Mexico), and of Carboniferous foa- 
sUs near the San Francisco Mountains (Arizona). 



Habcou, Jules. Geological notes of a survey of the country comprised between 
Preston, Red River, and El Paso, Rio Grande del Norte. < U. 8. Pacific R. R. 
ExpL, vol. iv, 8vo. Report of explorations of a route for the Pacific Railroad, 
near the 32d parallel of latitude from the Red River to the Rio Grande, by Brevet 
Capt. John Pope, Corps of Topographical Engineers. Chap, xiii, pp. 125-128. 
H. Doc. 126. [Washington, 1855.] 

Mentions the occnrrence of a number of fossils. 



Mabcou, Jules. R^sum^ explicatif d'une carte g^ologique des fitats-Unis et des 

provinces anglaises de TAm^rique du Nord, avec un profil g^ologique allant de 

la vall^ dn Mississippi aux c6tes dn Pncifique, et une planche de fossiles. 

<Bull. Geol. Soc. France, 2d ser., vol. xii, pp. 813-936, pis. xx-xxi. Paris, 1865, 

The occurrence of many fossils is mentioned in this paper. 

Oryphcea dUatata, Sower by, pi. xxi, flgs. 1 a, &, and 2. 
G. dilatata var. tueumearii. Maroon, 1855, pi. xxi, fig. 3. 
Ottrea mankii. Sower by, pi. xxi, fig. 4. 
Oryptuea pitcheri, Morton, pi. xxi, fl^s. 5 a, h, and 6. 

341 

120 Bull. 30 It) 



242 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

6. 

Habcou, Jules. Notes g^ologiqoes Bur le pays oompris entre Preston, sor la riviere 
Roage, et el Paso, sur le rio Grande del Norte. < Boll. GeoL Soo. France, 2d 
series, vol. xli> pp. 808-613. Paris, 1855. 

In this paper the aathor mentions the oocnirenoe of mnny fossils. The notes are made up 
ttom ooUeotions and ohsenrations hrooght haek hy Captain Pope, U. 3. Top. Bngrs., tnm his 
snrrey from the Bed River to the Rio Grande, in 18M. 

7. 

Harcou, Jules. R^nm^ and field-notes by Jules Maroon, geologist and mining en- 
gineer of the Expedition, with a translation by William P. Blake. <Bep, Expla. 
and Snrvs. from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, vol. ill, part, iv, pp. 
121-164. Washington, 1856. 

The occnrrence of many fossils is mentioned in these field-notes, originally written in French. 

8. 

IfARCOU, Jules. R^nm^ of a Geological reconnaissance extending from Napoleon, 
at the Junction of the Arkansas with the Mississippi, to the Pneblo de los Angeles, 
in California. <Rep. Expls. and Survs. from the Mississippi River to the Pa- 
. cific Ocean, vol. iii. Rep. of Lieut. A. W. Whipple, part iv, pp. 165-171. Wash- 
ington, 1856. 

This r6snm6 is reprinted ttom the preliminary or first report of Lientenant Whipple, in 8ro, 
chap, vi, p. 40, Reports of Paoifio Railroad Snrreys, Honse Doc. 129, Washington, 1855. A few 
notes are added. 

Pa^te. 

Qfyphma Pitehgri, Morton 167 

Q. dOatata, Sowerby 168 

O, MarthU, Sowerby 168 

9. 

Marcou, Jules. Geology of North America, with two reports on the Prairies of 
Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada 
of California, originally made for the United States Government, pp. 1-144, pis. 
i-ix. Zurich, 1858. 

CONTEXTS. 

Page. 

IntrodactioD 1-8 

Rtenm6 of a geological reconnaissance extending ftx»m Napoleon, at the Jnnotion of the 
Arkansas with the Mississippi, to the pueblo de los Angeles in Cidifomia. (Ex- 
tract from Report of Exploration for a railway route, near the thirty -fifth parallel 
of latitade. ftx>m the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, hy Lieutenant, now 
Captain, A. W. Whipple. Corps of Topographical EDgineers, chapter vi. page 40, 

&G. Washington, 1855. ^lonse of Representatives, Document No. 120) 0-S5 

Oeological notes of a survey of the conntry comprised between Preston, Red River, 
And £1 Paso. Rio Grande Del Norte. (Extract fVom Report of Exploration of a 
route fur the Pacific Railroad, near the thirty-second parallel of latitude, from the 
Red River to the Rio Grande, by Brevet Capt John Pope, Corps of Topographi- 
cal Engineers, chapter xiil, Geological Report, p. 125, Sec. Washington, 1855) . . . 25-31 

Paleontology 32-63 

Geology of New Mexico 54-57 

On the geology of the United States and the British Provinces of North America. 
(Extract from Dr. A. Petennaun's Geographischen Mittheilnngen, Heft 6, in 4<*. 

Gotha,1855) 58-70 

Sketch of a geological classification of the mountains of a part of North America. 
(Extract from the Anuales des Mines, 5"^ a^rie, tome vii, page 329, &o. Paris, 

1855) 71-80 

On the Gold of California. (Extract f^m the Bilioth^ne Universelle de Geneve, 

f6vrier, 1855) 81-84 



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Paga 
CoDitniotSoii of the Oeolofcioal mftp of the United States and the Btitiih Prorinoee; 
CiitioiaiiM of the Amerioan Jonmal of Science and Arts, oondiioted by Profeasora 

B. SnWman, B. Sllllman, jr., and Jamea D. Dana 85-08 

A • jmopata of the history of the progress and discoveriea of OeoloKy in Korth America . I^ISI 

List of maps and memoirs on theGeology of North America.^..'. lt3-14S 

Kote .*. 144 



FALIOirrOLOOT. 



fOfltlLS OF TBS TBBTIABT BOOEl. 

09b^aHrginiearM.oa^fofnieat'hiMr<»n,l9BS,'pLT,fig|^2,i€ 

FOeaiLB OF THB CBBTACBOUt BOCU. 

P^dkod«awMl]!p2si,n.s.,lCaroou,1868,pLi,li2S.4,4a 88 

AflMnonOM sftumardt, n. 8., Marcoii« 185iB. pL 1, ligs. 1, 1 a 88-84 

2iiMiMmite«&eaiftapfi,n.s.. Maroon, 1858, pLii,figa.l a, 1» 84 

iiaHMmilM p«ruvian««,de Bach., pLv, figs. 1,1 «^1^ 84-86 

Ammo»Ue9ffibbonianui,Lttk,pLiUfiK.2a,tb 86 

lmi»onite«novvm«EriMiia,n.8..Maroon,1858,pLi,liga.2,8« 85-88 

HMinie9fremonH,n a.. Maroon, 1868, pL i, flg. 3 88 

JnoMramtM (^roMxi, n. s., Marcoo, 1858, pL ii, flg. 3 86-87 

/«0Mrdiawa«Aila,n.s., Maroon, 1858, pLiii, figs. 2, 2 a, 2 5 87 

Qryph<»a Hnuata rat. atnsrieana, Maroon, 1858, pi iii, ilg. 1 87-38 

erypJUm pil0*0rt, Morton, pL iv, figs. 5, 5 a, 5, and 6 88-40 

ffolMtor 0omaiMAMi,n. 8., Mareon, 1858, pL iii, flga. 8, 8 a i(Ml 

£»vyra yCoMIoto, Goldf 41-42 

Oifther*am%$§ouriana, Mori 42 

TeOiHaoceidenUUU.ldoTt i 48 

Cdprolina e«xana, Boeni 42 

FOSelLB OF THB JUBA80IC BOOKS. 

GfypluBa diiatata yur. Utcumearii,Mskrcon, 1858, pL ir, figs. 1, 1 a, 1, 2, 8 48 

OrtreamanhU, Sow., Tpl It, flg.4 48-44 

FOB8IL8 OF THB MOUNTAIN LUCB8TON&OB LOWBB CABBONIFBBOUB BOCKB. 

Ortfcotfero* noeo-nManeona, n. B., Marcoa, 1858, pL vii, fig. 1 44 

Jfyoiina apa«A««i, n. s.. Maroon, 1858, pL rii, figs. 6, a 44-45 

Pro<2ucfta<Mawarii,n. 8.,Marcon,l858,pLv, flg.3 45 

Ptrodu«<ta eoro, d'Orb., pi. Ti, flgs» 4, 4 a " 45 

Produettta eora T&T. mogay<mi, Marcoa, 1858, pL ri, fig. 5 45-46 

Produetus temirectieulattu, Mart.. pL v, figs. 4, 4 a, pL vi, fig. 6 46 

Produetiiteo9tatus,Sow.,^\.v,tfi.5 4<M7 

Froduetua flemingii,8ow.,^\. vi,flg.7 47 

Prodii«(u« •co^neu^f, Mart., pL V, figs. 6, 6 a 47-48 

Produetus p^idiformis,AeKon.,^\.rUtgB.B,B a 48 

Produetua puatuioaua, PhlU., pL vl, fig. 1 „ .' 48 

Produehta punet€Uua, UskTU, -pi rUAg. 2 48 

OrCAi« peoofw. n. s., Marcon, 1858, pL vi, figs. 14, 14 A, 6 48-40 

Ortkia ereniatria, Phill 40 

iSfpir\/«- «<ria<u#. Mart., pL vll, figs. 2, 2 a 48 

Spirifer aUriatua yar. triplieatua, Mftrcon, 1858, pL vii, fig. 3 48,60 

iS^pm/erroelry-yiumfanifn. 8., MarcoQ, 1858, pi, vii, figs. 4, 4 0-0 50 

iSjpff^ffr ii'n«afia. Mart., pi. vii. figs. 5, 5 o-c 50 

Teralfratula roeky-montana, u. 8., Marcoti, 1858, pL vi, figs. 18, 18a-« 60-51 

TarOfrcOula mcrmonii, n. s., Maroon, 1858, pL vi, figs. 11, 11 a-« 51 

f^rcfrmtoto tito, n. 8., Maroon, 1858, pL yi, flge. 12, 12 «-« • 51 

r(W«6r«ha<iroywti,L6veill6,pLvi,flga 10, 10 0,6 51-68 

Terebratula plano-auletUa, Phill.,pLTi,flgs.8,8a-d 68 

I^refrrotuZa #u5tai(a. Hall, pL Ti, figs. 9, 9 a-/ 52 

ZopJbwitw «<an«6ufyi, HaU, pi. Tii, fig. 7 68-68 

Ziap^TMitif 0yl»miri6a, Milne-Edwards & Jnlea Haime, pL yii, flg. 8 68 

AvupUxuaeoraUoideat^yr 68 



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10. 

MAttcat;» Jules. Report on the Geology of a portiou of Southern California. ^An- 
iiLial Itp^i^ort upon the Geographical Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meri- 
iUiHj, ill California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, 
niiil Mujitana, by Geotge M. Wheeler, First Lieutenant of Engineers, U. S. A., 
luring Appendix J J of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1876. 

AjjptiuUx H, pp. 158-172. Washington, 1876. 

Page. 

PLitM^i nifi rocks of Lob Angeles 158-150 

Tbc J^iBtra of Santa Monica 159-160 

Sit^rra Madre, Pacofia or Paoorina Cafion 160-161 

Gfwlfkgy of the vicinity of the San Fernando Mission 161 

Xbe f^au Fernando sierra 161-164 

ABpUidtum and mineral oil near San Franoisqoito ranch 164-166 

l^t^mv ]ii3bre and California desert 166 

Caafldfi Jelas Uvas 166-167 

l>rtiiiry rocks in the vicinity of Fort Tejon 167-169 

Tprtiwy rocks of California : 168 

GIm^UI rocks of Southern California and Pike's Peak 169-170 

Moittilidn chainsand their ages 170 

t Th« Sierra Madre 170-171 

CoMtKange 171-1T2 

Slermaof San Fernando and Santa Monica 172 

Hills of Loe Angeles 172 

The 60oiirrence of many fossils is mentioned in this lepart 



IX-THE WRITINGS OF JOHN STROJiG NEWBERRY. 

1. 

Newberry, J. S. Palaoutology. <Heport upou the Colorado River of the West, 
by Lieat. Joseph C. Ives. Part iii, chapter xi, pp. 116-13*2, pis. i-iii. Washing- 
ton, 1861. 

Page. 

Areheeoddaris, McCoy 116 

A.longispinu*, ils., Newberry, 1861, pLi,fig8.1 and la 116 

A. omatv4, u. « , Newberry*. 1861, pL i, figs. 2, 3, 3 a 116-117 

A.gratUis,D.»., Newberry, 1861,pl. i,fljj8.4,4 a 117 

Ammonites, Brug 117 

A.pereannatUM, U. & M., 1856 117-118 

yauHlwi, Breynios 118 

yautUuM, sp.. Newberry, 1861 118 

BeUerophon, Montfort 118 

. InoeeramuM, Sowerby 119 

l.protfUmatietu, D'Orb. 119 

/.cmptt/Mantell 119 

Pinna, Linn ' 119 

P.fUngula, n.§., Newberry, 1861 119-120 

Gryphaa, Lamarck 120 

G.jnUeheri, Norton 120 

G.pUeh4ri\wc.nav\a, Hall 120 

AUoritma, King 120 

A. eapax, n. s. . Newberry, 1861, pi. 1, flgs. 9, 9 a 120-121 

rroduclut rogerti, Norwood Sc Pratten 121 

i*.ire#i.ii.M.. Newberry, 1861, pl.il.flga 1-8 122 

P.oeeidsTiUtU*, n. «.. Newberry, 1861, pi. ii,flg8. 9, 10 122 

r.calhfmnianua. Swallow • 123 

P. cottatiu, Sowerby 123 

Peostatoides, SwaUow 123-124 

P. temiretieulatut, Martin, De Eoninck 124 

P. nodona. n. 8., Newberry, 1861, pLi, flg8.7,7 6 124 

P. »pi«ul«n«/ Norwood & Pratten, 1855 124-lj:> 

P. uabriculus, Martin , 1 25 

Streptorhynehut, King. 125 

S.umbraeuium, Von Jiuch 125-126 

S.pfframi(UUU, JLB., Newberry, 1861, pL ii, flga. 11-13 126 

8.oceidentaU9, n.».. Newberry, 1861, pL i, figs. 5, 6 a 126 

AikirrU 126 

AtubtiUtaHaU. 126-127 

Spirifer, Sowerby 127 

8.eameratu9,hloTt 127 

S, roekymontani, Marcon 1 27 

S-Uneatus, De Koninck 127-128 

OhonHes, Fiaber 128 

0. vemeuUiana, Norwood & Pratten, pL ii, fig. 6 128 

Uhyneon^ia, Fisher 128 

R. ato , Marcon 12 s 

P«eten.LiDn. ....' 128 

P. oeciletUaUt, Shomwrd 12js 

P. (ifanoftc/) «o{oradenM«,n. 8., Newberry, 1861, pLi, flg8.6,6a 129 

JW(u]Kna, Fisher 129 

P. «lfKndriai, Fisher 129 

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F08BIL PLAKTB. 

OutHopt^rit, BroDg 129 

a moTuenKt, n. 8., Newberry, 1861, pL li, flgs. 1, 2 U^l» 

FKopterU, Brong 130 

P. oyctoto6a,n.8,Newberry,1861,pLiii,ftg8.8,4,4a 180-131 

XmropUrii, 'Broufi 181 

Jf.<MVttiato,n. 8., Newberry, 1861, pLiii,flg. 5 181 

^hanopterit, Brong 131 

Subspecies, Newberry, 1861 131 

PAyOttM, Sterub. 131 

P. vmoKMimtM, n. 8., Newberry, 1861, pL iii, fig. 6 131 

P.eoriaewui, n.8., Newberry, 1861, pL iii, figs. 7, 7 a 132 

OloMroptem, Brong 112 

2. 

Newbrkrt, J. S. Descriptions of the CarboDiferoos and Triaasio FossIIb ooUected on 
the San Joan Exploring Expedition under Capt. J. N. Macomb, U. S. Engineers. 
<Hep. Expl. Exp. from Santa F^, New Mexico, to the junction of the Qrand and 
Oi^en rivers of the Great Colorado of the West in 1859, nnder the command of 

CapL J. N. Macomb, 135-148, pis. iii-viii. Washington, 1876. 

Pftge. 

DvUoduf «n«rottr«i, n. 8., Newberry, 1876, pL iii, figs. 1, 1 a 187 

Ptyehodutv>hipplei,UKreon,pim,tgB.2,2a-/ 187-188 

AthyrittubHUta,BaX\,sp 138 

*^)V«roa»i«ra«u*, Morton 188 

.<fpijV«r (Trigonotretaf) teasanut. Meek. 1871, pL lii. figs. 5, 6 a, 5 138-140 

I^vduetui nodo9u», Newberry, pL iii, figs. 3, 8 d 140 

Pimiroiofnaria exctUa, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pi. iii, figs. 4, 4a 140-141 

lA^-mna texana^ Bcemer 141 

OE^Aina mantettt, Agass. 141 

tytoiamiUi maeovibii, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pL iv, figs. 1, 2, pL vi, flgs. 5, a 141-142 

Zamitet oeeidentalis, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pi. v, flga 1, 1 a, and 2 142-143 

Ptcopteria buUatut, Bonbary, pi. yi, flga 1, 1 a 143 

FeeopUriM Msxieana, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pi. vi, figs. 2,2a 148-144 

Pfcopteris/aleahu, Emmons, pL vi, flg. 3 144 

PUifophyUum fragile, n.s., 1876, Newberry, pL vi, figs. 6, 6 a 144 

PttrophyUum robuttum , n. s. , Ne w berry, 1 876, pL vi, fig. 7 145 

PodozamUea er€unifolia, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pL vi, fig. 10..: 145 

AUau>pUrUv>hUnn,ii,%., Newberry, 1876, pL vii, figs. 1, 1 a, 6 145-146 

^Jamptopteriiremondi, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pL vli figs. 2, 2 a 146-147 

Tanioptarit eUgam, n. s., Newberry, 1876, pL vlii, flg. 1 147 

7bBfiiopt0rifplaM«!pteroidM, n.8., Newberry. 1876, pLvlii, figs. 2» 2 • 147 

^tenic^yttfrif ma^mi^Ka. Bogers, pL yiii, flgs. 8, 4 147-148 

JM«iMd<ankKa<a,iLs.,NewbeR7,1876kpLTill,flg.« 148 



X.-THE WRITINGS OF DAVID DALE OWEN. 



OwiN, D. X). Description of some organic reomins figured in this work, supposed 
to be new. <Rep. Geol. Expl. of ]>art of Iowa, Wisconsin, and nUnois, by David 
Dale Owen. Appendix, pp. 69-86, pis. xi-xviii and p. 33, pi. vii. Washington, 
1844. 

Pftge. 

OaUnipora ueharcidtM, pLTli,flg.2 88 

Pmtom^na odionj^ta, pL Til, lig. 8 88 

Pentamenu htupodut, pLviiflg. 8 ' 83 



Oyathopora ioiceruit, ils., D. D. Owen, 1844, pLxl 

Orthocera* undulatum, n. 0., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL xii, flg. « 

(TyroefTM comutef, n. ft., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL zii, fig. 8 

Ddtktffis eunUein€$, n. •., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL xii,fig.O 

AnthophyUum expanaum, n. a. , D. D. Owen, 1844, pL xiii, fig. 8 

Lunulitesf daetioloides, n. a., D. D. Owen. 1844, pL xili, fig. 4 

(^otAopi^Uum ea2ieuiar»; n. ft., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL ziii, fig. 5 

Oyathophyilum eorirUhium, n. ft., D. D. Owen, 1844, pi. xili, fig. 

Cyatho]^yUum undulatum et muUiplicalum, n. «., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL ziii, fig. 10 . . . 

Sareinula (Poriteal) glabra, n. 0., D. D. Owen, 1844. pL ziii, fig. 11 

Lamdlopora 

L.i9^undHmlaria, n. ft., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL ziv, fig. 1 , 

AHna mamiUarU, n. h., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL xIt, fig. 8 

Attrta f gigoi, n.8.,D. D.Owen,1844,pL xiT,fig.7 

lAngula iouffngis, u. s., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL xv, fig. 1 , 

Orthocerat marginaU, n.ft., D. D. Owen. 1844, pL xvi, fig. 6 

Cyrtoc€ra» conieum, n. a., D. D. Owen, 1844, pL xvi, fig. 

Strophomena eonv^m, n. a., D D. Owen, 1844, pL xvii, fig. 2 , 

OrMeulOM /rtftiei4a<a,n. a., D.D.Owen, 1884, pLxTiil, fig. 7 

Atrypa timUaruJ Vanuxem, pL xii, fig. 1 , 

Atrypa prisea, Hengevien, pL xil, fig. 2 

Ca^m«n« 2rt^o, Green. pL xii, fig. 3 

Atrypaf , pLxii.fig.4 

DdthyrUf ^,pLxil.fig.5 

Favontet pUymorpha ramoga, Goldfaaft, pL xil, fig. 7 , 

AtrypaprUea , pLxii,flg. 10 

BeOerophon , pLxii,flg.ll 

j^TttCttte; , pi. xil, fig. 12 

FawmU»poiymorphtt, Go1dfuaa,pl. xii,flg. 13 

CyathophyUnm helianthoides, Ooldfoaa, pL xiii, fig. 1 , 

StfTingopcra (Uneataf) , pi. xiii,fig.2 

FavoiitetmaximaJ Troont, pi xiii, fig. 7 

Poritft f a$trtnformit, Owen, pi xiii. fig. 8 , 

Pkragmoeerat ventrieommj , pLxiii,flg.O .' 

Aviopara »erptn$, Goldfoaa, pL xW, fig. 2 

Sypkonia pir\formU,f Oolf aaa, pL xir, fig. 4 

Nitatla mifwta, Owen, pL xiv, fig. 5 

OyathcphyUumtwrbinatumI Goldfnaft, pl.xiT,fig.6 

CyathophyUum V€9ieuln$um1 Goldfoaa, pi xIt, fig. 8 

OrtAif. pi xlT, fig. 9 . .' 

PmUamerisoblonguil pi. xW,tg. 10 

Aatrea fungifomUs, pLxir,ikfi. 11 v. 

Aoremttia eoftato, Goldfiiaa, pi xiy, fig. 12 

TiMpora lamOloia, n. 9., Owen, 1844, plxir.fig.lB 

XM^Mto iowtfiuif, pi XT, fig. 1 



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H«lUff*jihon (cast), pi. XV, flg. 2 80 

OrthtM I L^ASt), pi. XV, fig. 3 80 

Plutinitmtiariai (castj.iiLxv, flg.4 80 

Tfi^hni Iftitietdarisl (cast), pi. xv, fig. 5 80 

Plrurt'ttywaria (cast), pi. xv, fig. 6 80 

J}if(ffft/rig 1 cast), pi. XV, fig. 7 80 

J,VumirjAa(fi«(cadt),pLxv, fig. 8 80 

A^n^pfi firiti4fiUaris (cast), pi. xv, fig. 9 80 

l^uf^tifmaria (cast), pi. xv, flg. 10 .' 80 

Qfihi* i*'*tudxnaria1 (cast), pL xv, flj^ 11 80 

BHkt^r^aa (cast), pi. XV. flg. 12 80 

jUofn^nt Trentonerutisl pi. xvi, flg. 1 82 

Ciy*t» ot W roj> A 07rt*'na, pi. xvi, flg. 2 82 

CttitH III Htrophoinena, Ort/ii« f and .Atrypo, pi. xvi, flg. 4- 82 

(}ff^ft***phyUu m pro/undum. Con., pi. xvi, flg. 5 82 

Ptrif fufa maria ? pi. xvi, fig. 7 82 

SiUiHiuuM r.AHtA of Strophoinena deltoidea, pi. xvi, flg. 8 82 

Orthis, itixvii.fiji. 1 ft4 

PtfUTot^^tttiiria '. pi. xvii, fig. :i 84 

jAtryprr, pi. xvii, tiz4 84 

Str^tpfHtu^rna nerica '. pi. xvii, fig. 5 84 

iStrttphamraa deltoidea, jA.wii, &^. 6 84 

P4*Tfjdnjridf« i pi. xvii, fig. 7 84 

Cit.ni*unt hwentfui, n. s., Owen, 1844, pi. xvii, flg.8 84 

TA/»/*j>/»* f pi. xvii, fig. 9 84 

Stfu^hii mena natuta i pi. xvii, fig. 10 84 

Or«i^rw#, |>1, xvii fig. 11 ... ; 84 

Cvprienrditeg, pi. xvii, fig. 12 84 

PUtiffff'^^^iria, pi. xvii, fig. 13 84 

I?Ht/tfin4 expauMus, pi. xvii, flg. 14 84 

BelkfoiihnnbHobatwf, pi. xvii, flg.15 84 

Sitrt/phtHt^na, pi. xviii, fig. 1 86 

A*ftph^tM. pi. xviii, flg. 2. 86 

J&tr&jfhtjftiena angulatal pi. xviii, fig. 3 86 

PtfUfol^itnaria ? pi. xviii, flg.4 86 

Pimrutomaria angulatai pi. xviii. flg. 6 86 

PUfimimHnria lenticularig, pi. x^'iii, flg.6 86 

JHw?A«i / pi. xviii. fig. 7 86 

OrtJtoieratt, pi. xviii, fig. 9 86 

PhrOiftnoetrasl pi. xviii, flg. 11 86 

2. 



OWKK, D. D, Ou the Geology of the Western States of North America. <Quart. 
Jiiuni. t;**til. Soc, London. Vol. ii, pp. 433-447, pi. xix. London, 1846. 

TlilA iirUcle, of wiiich an abstract was given in the Proc. Geol. Soc., London., vol. iv, p. 1. eon- 
tiMnN tunny paleontologiCAl notes. 

Page. 

Ptmir* III iUM pyriformig. Say 437 

Arfhiinffirs, Lesnenr 437 

Uttrjiiirii nrehimedes 437 

^ ulnpitrin iub(r'/ormU. ... * '. 442 

Mtt^mrfi indianerutis, n. s., Owon, 1846 442 



OWE>% JX IK [Lists of fossils fonud.] <;Rep. of a Geol. Recou. of the Chippewa 
Iftiul disfriot of Wisconsin. 30th Congress, lat session, Senate, Executive Doc. 
No. ?i7. Appendix, pp. 131-133. Washington, 1848. 



JLitat of fitHsil genera found in the lower sandstones of Wisconsin, fig 1, species unde- 
tflfnim^fl 

Ufll cif fd(!»sil genera found in the lower magnesian limestone, flg. 2, species andet«r- 
Tntin'il 



Page. 
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WRITINGS OF 1). D. OWEX AND B. F. SHUMARD. 



249 



Page. 
List of fo8«il genera and species found in the lower fossiliferoas limestone at St. Peter's 
and Fort bnelling, which are identical with those occurring in the bine limestone of 

the Ohio Valley 131-1S2 

List of organic remains found near the ' ' Big Spring, ' ' on the Upper Iowa Biver 1 32 

List of organic remains found in the limestones (fig. 8) of Turkey River, near the 
agency and the ricinity 133 

4. 

OWEX, D. D., and Shumard, B. F. Descriptions of fifteen new species of Crinoidea 
Irom the snbcarboniferons limestone of Iowa, collected daring the U. S. Geological 
Survey of Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, in the years 1848-49. <Joiim. 
Acad. Nat. Sci., Philadelphia. Second series, vol. ii, part i, pp. 57-70, pi., vii. 
Philadelphia, 1^50. 

This article was afterward republished in Owen's U. S. GeoL Rep. of Iowa, Wisconsin, and 
Minnesota. 

Pa^e. 

Platycrinvg, Miller .TT 

P.planut, n. s.,Owen 4c. Shumard. 1850, pL vii, figs. 4 a-c 57-5H 

P. yamUUii, n. s., Owen Sc Shumard. 1850, pL vii, figs. 6a,6 58 

P.di»eoideus,D.ii.,Omeu & Shumard. 1850, pL vii, figs. 1 a, 6 58-59 

P. eorruffatut, n.»., Owen Sc Shumard, 1850, pi. vii, fif;s. 2 o-^* 5^-6*1 

P bvriitifftontnns, n.H,, Owen & Shumard, 1850, pi. vii, fig. 6 60-61 

Diehoerinug. Mnnster 61 

D. oratu$, n. s., Owin Sc Shumard, 1850, pi. vii. Acs. 9 a. 6 61-62 

D. ttriatuM, n. s., Owen & Shumard, IH50, pi. vii, flgs. 10 a, 6 62-63 

CffOthoerinuM, Miller 63 

C. iotcenM, u. s., Owen dt Shumard. 1850, pi. vii, figs. 1 1 a-e 63 

Cror}»u<iM.n B.,Owon & 8bainar<l,l860, pi. vii, figs. 8 a, & .' 63-ft4 

PentremitfM, S^ay 64 

P. narwoodii, ii. s., Owen & Shumard, 1850. pi. vii, tigs. 13 a-c 64-65 

P. ttulo, n. »., Oweu & Shumard, 1850, pi. vii, flgs. lA a-c 65-60 

P. {otem^ormur, u. s.. Oweo &: Shumard, 1850, pi. vii, fi;:. 15 66 

P. tteUi/ormis, n. »., Owen & Shumard, 1850, pi. vii. fig. 16 a, 6 67 

AetxiiocrinuM unieomut, n. s., Owen 4c. Shumard, 1850, pi. vii, figs. 12 a, 6 67-68 

Aetinoerinua erantii, n. s , Owen & Shumard, 1850, pi. vii, flgs. 3 a, 6 68-69 



Owen, D. D., and Shumard, B. F. On the Number and Distribution of Fossil Spe- 
cies in the Paleozoic Rocks of Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. <Proc. Aiuer. 
Ass. Adv. Sci., fifth meeting, 18S1. pp. 235-239. Washington and Cincinnati, K>1. 



6. 

Owen, D. D., and Shumard, B. F. Dencription of seven new sin^cies of Crinonle a 
from the sabcarboDiferoiis limestone of Iowa aud Illinois. < Jouru. Acad. Nai. 
Sci., Philadelphia. Second series, v<d. ii, part ii, pp. 89-94, pi. xi. PhiLidelpliia, 
1852. 

This article was afterward republished in Owen's U. S. Geol. Rep. of Wisconsin, Iowa, aud 
Minnesota. • 

Paue 

PUitperinut, Miller h9 

P. americnnus, n. s., Owen & Shumard, 1852, pL xl, figs. 1 a, b 89 

Poterioerinus, Miller 89 

P. rhombi/rrus, n. s., Owen &, Shumard. 1852, pL xi. figs. 2 a-c 89-90 

P.tumidus. U.S.. Owen ^Shumard, 1852. pi. xi, flgs. Z a, b 90-91 

P. tpinonu, n. s.. Owen & Shumard. 1852, pL xi. flg. 4 91-91* 

P. occiderUalu, n. »., Owen 3c Shumard, 1852, pi. xi. flgs. 5 a, 6 92-93 

il^a^mocrfnus. Troost in MSS 93 

A.eonicu*, n.s..Owen & Shnmard, 1852, pi. xi. flg. 6 93 

Synbathoerinu* dentatug, n. s., Oweu Sc 'Shumard, 1852. pi. xi, flgs. 7 a, b 93-94 



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7. 

OWKN, D. D. Description of new and imperfectly known Genera and Species of 
Organic Remains, collected during the geological surveys of Wisconsin, Iowa 
and Minnesota. < Rep. Geol. Surv. of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, and inci- 
di^ntally of a part of Nebraska Territory, by David Dale Owen. Appendix, Article 
I, pp. 57tV^87, pis. i-id, ii-ii6, iii-iiia, iv-v, vii-viiia. Philadelphia, 1852. 

Page. 

CruiUieea (TrilobUe*). 

I>av[I](oMpAaZiii, B. g.. D. D. Owen. 1862 573-574 

2>. minnMotentu, n. a.. D. D. Owen, 1852, tab. i, figs. 1, 2, 10 ; tab. 1 A, figs. 8, 6 . . . 574 
D, pepinensit, n. 8., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. i, fl|(. 9 a, 6. fig. 13 (7) and tab. i. A, fig. 

17(?) 574 

D. minitetmHM, n. s., D. D. Owen, 1852, tab. i, figs. 8, 12, and tab. i A, fl^ i, 6.. 574-575 

2>. ioioenm, n. a., D. D.Owen, 1852, Ub.i, fig. 4, and tab. iA, fig. 13 575 

D.granuUmu, n. a., D. D. Owen, 1852, tab. i, figs. 7 (and 5?) 575 

Lonehoeephalui, n, g.,J). D.Owen. 1852, tab. i A,flg. 12 575 

L. ehippevKientis, n. a., D. D. Owen. 1852, teb. i, flga. «, 14 ; tab. i A, fig. 9 576 

L. hamuhu, n.a., D. D.Owen, 1852, Ub. i A, flga. 8-12 576 

Orfpicephaliu, n.g., D.D.Owen, 1852 576-577 

Menoeephahu, n.g., D.D.Owen, 1852, tab. i, flg. 11 577 

Aaaphua (liotelut) iowemis, D. D. Owen, 1852, tab. li A, figs. 1-7 577 

C^Kdlopoiia 577 

Ammonitea ntbraaeensig, n. a., D. D. Owen, 1852, tab. riii, flg. 3, and tab. viii A, fig. 2. 577-578 

Ammonitea nebraseentu if) D.D.Owen, 1852. Ub. viii, fig. 2 578 

Afnmonitea cheyenneruu, n.a., D. D.Owen, 1852, Ubvii, flg.2 578-579 

Ammonitet opalta, n.a.. D. D.Owen, 1852, ub. vlli, flg. : .579 

Ammoniteg moreauensia, n.a,D D.Owen, 1852, Ub. vili«fig.7 579 

Ammonite* Imtieularia, D. D.Owen, Ub. viii, fig. 5 579 

iS90|*i<et of Parklnaon 579-580 

8. (iimmontCM/) contjmmtM, n. a., D.D.Owen, 1852, Ub. vil, fig. 4 580 

8. {AmmoniUsf) nodotus, n. b., D.D.Owen, 1852, tab. viii, fig. 4 581 

Oyroeerat burlingtonenais, n. a., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub.v, fig. 10 581 

DUeiUa lubereulatxu, n.a., D.D.Owen, 1852, Ub. v, fig. 14 581 

QatiiBropoda ... 581 

PleuTotomaria muralU, n. a., D.D.Owen, 1852, Ub. ii, fig. 6 581 

SiraparoUua ( Euomphalu*) minnesotennM, n. a., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. ii, figs. 12, 13 . 581 

Oonehi/era 582 

Inoceramut gagentu, n.a., D. D.Owen. 1852, Ub. vli, fig. 8 582 

Inoceramut nebratcensU, n.a., D. D.Owen, 1852, Ub. viii, fig. 1 582 

0ueuUcmnehra9eefms,u.»., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. vii, fig. 1, 1 a 582 

Jiraehiapoda 583 

i;<fVutopinnq/orf»iM, n. 8., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. IB, flg8.4,6,8 S^S 

Lingula ample, n.a.. D.D.Owen. 1852, tablB, fig. 5 583 

OrbictUa prima, n. a.. D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. i B, flga. 17, 19, and top flgares on tab. iv . 583 

JLfrypa cotnw, n. a.. D.D.Owen, 1852, Ub.lli A, flg. 4 583 

OhoneUt granuli/era, n. n., D.D.Owen, 1852, Ub. v. fig. 12 583 

OhoneUsif) iov>enn$, n. 8., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub.iii A, fig. 7 584 

Produetus nebra»een9i$, n, B., D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. v, fig. 3 584 

£0p(«ma (n/obata, n. a., D. D, Owen, 1852, tab. ii, flga 17, 18 .' 584 

Strophodonta, BaM 584 

8.parva, n.s., D.D.Owen, 1852, tab.iil A, flg.9 584 

8, (f)coatata, n.M. D.D.Owen. 1852, tab. iliA, fig. 5 585 

8. iowenaia, n. a., D. D. Owen, 1852 % 585 

Orthia eufuata, n.8, D.D.Owen, 1852, Ub. ili A, fig. 10 585 

SpiH/er iovtenau, n.R., D.D.Owen, 1852, tab. iii, fig. 1 585 

Spiri/erpennatua, n.8.. D. D.Owen, 1852, Ub. iii, flga. 3 and 8 (f) 585 

8piri/erligua, n. 8., D. D Owen, 1832, tab. iii, fig 4 585 

Spirifer eurutrirua, D. D.Owen, Ub. iii. flga. 2, 2a, and 6, 0a 586 

Spirifer eedaretuna, V. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. iii. flg. 6 586 

Spirifer ineqaieoatatia, n. a.. D. D. Owen, 1852, Ub. v, flg. 586 

Ftiramtinifera 586 

8alenoidea, n.g. D. D.Owt^n. 1852. flg. 3. a (and 6/) 586 

8. iateeruia, n. m.. l\ I). Owen, 1852, Ub. liB, flg. 13 587 



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WRITINGS OF D. D OWEN AND B F. SHUMABD. 



251 



8. 

OwBNy D. D., and Shumabd, B. F. Descriptioiis of one New Qenns and twenty-two 
New Species of Crinoidea, from the sabcarboniferoos limestone of Iowa. < Bep. 
Qeol. Sarv. of Wisoonsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, and incidentally of a part of 
Nebraska territory, by David Dale Owen. Appendix. Article U, pp. 687-^598, 

plB. Ya-Vb. Philadelpbia, 1852. 

PajCe. 

PfotyeKiMM, MlUer .: 687 

P.planui, Owen ^b Shamard, 1850, Ub. ▼ A, figs. 4 a-« 587 

P.yofuM^'. Owen 4& ShamATd. 1850, Ub. r A, figs. SOift 587-588 

P.diaeoidtui, Owen 4& Shomard, 1850, tab. TA,flg«. la, b 588 

P. eorm^ofiit, Owen 4& Shomard, 1850, tab. r A, flga. 2 a-« 580 

P.ftitriinyfoiMiwif, Owen^tShamard, 1860,tob.TA, flg. 5 589 

DidkoeriiMU, Mnnster 68»-5eo 

D-OMidu, Owen & Shnmard, 1850, tab. r A. figs. a, ^ '590 

D.Hriatut, Owen & Shnmard, 1850, tab. r A, flga. 10 a, 6 590 

Offothoerintu, Mttiet 591 

Ciowennt, Owen 4k Shomard, 1850, tab. ▼ A, figs. U a-« 501 

deomutus, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1850, tab. ▼A,flgs.8a,5 591 

PtntremitM, Say 591 

P.nonooodH, Owen 4k Sbnmard, 1850, tab. ▼ A, flgiwl8a-« 691-592 

P.m«2o, Owen4kShnmard, 1850,tab.T A, flgt.l4a-« 692 

P.Iotemirormi«, Owen&ShQmard,1860,Ub.TA.flg.l6 692-603 

P.fCiK^ormtt, Owen&Shnmard,1850,tab.TA.flg8. 16a,5 503 

Aetinoerimu unieomtu, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1850, tab. ▼ A, ligs. IS a» ^ 593-594 

Megistoerinui, n. g., Owen 4k Shnmard, 1862 59i 

^evonsU, n.s.,Owen 4k Shnmard, 1862,tab.T A, flgii. 8a,6 594 

Pla<yennia, Miller 594 

P.amsrieawui. Owen 4k Shnmard, 1852, tab. ▼ B, flgs. 1 a, 5 694-595 

PWeriocHtMU, MiUer 595 

P.rhombiferu$, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1852, tab. r B, figs. 2a-« 595 

P.tumidM, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1852, tab. r B, figs. 3 a, 5 695-596 

P.tpinonu, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1852, tab. vB, fig. 4 596 

P. oeeid«nla^. Owen 4^ Shnmard, 1852,tab.TB, flgs.6a,» 696-597 

Ai^oMuoerinM (Trooet in MSS) 597 

A.eoiiictt«, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1852,tab.TB, fig.6 597 

A^nto^AoermcudmloltM, Owen 4k Shnmard, 1852. tab. TB.figt. 7 a, » 597-596 

9. 



OwxN, D. D. Shomard, B. F. Summary of the distribution of Orders, Genera, and 
Species, in the Northwest. <Bep. QeoL Sarr. of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, 
and incidentally of a part of Nebraska Territory, by David Dale Owen. Appen- 
dix. Article m, pp. 59^-600. Philadelphia, 1852. 

ifft^moa by additfftiit sad Tcsturolwi since the pabUosAkn la ths Pms. of the Amerisso Aa- 
•oetatkn, 1861. 



XI.-THE WRITINGS OF JAMES SCHIEL. 

SCBIBL, Jambs. List and Desoription of Orgauic Remains collected daring the Ex- 
ploration of the Central Paciiio Railroad lino, 18.i3-'54. <Rep. Expls. and Snrvs. 
from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Report of Expls. for a route 
for the Pacific Railroad of the line of the forty-first parallel of north latitude, 
by Lieut. E. G. Beckwith, 1854. Vol. ii, chap, x, pp. 108-109, pis. i-iv. Wanh- 
ington, 1855. 

Page. 

Fene9teUa,pli,fig.l 108 

Brai^iopoda. 

Terd>r€Uula»ubtUUa,B»ll,pli,tign.2a,b 108 

Productvtf jplend^fw, Norwood Sc Pratber, pL 1« fig. 8 > 108 

Produetu9cequico$UUu*,ShjimATd,ptH,figB.4,5 108 

8pififer,pli,tig.5 108 

fnoeeromut, pi. it, fig. 6 108 

InoMmmtM eon/rrtim-onniiialtM, R<Bmer, pL ii, fig. 7 108 

JnoetrafMu pteudo-mytiloidet, pi. iii, fig. 8 108 

6ryfpA«M jKicAm, Morton, pL iii« fig. 108 

Osrdutm muZlutriah*m, Shamard, pL 1, fig. 10 100 

PkOUptia ?,pLi,flg8.U-14 109 

.^fMrinttM and dryofOOt pL i, flg. 12 109 

Ammonitst 109 

GrK^hmapUtkmri 109 

853 



XII -THE WRITINGS OF BENJAMIN F. SHDMARD. 

1. 

Shumabd, B. F. Description of the specien of Carboniferons «Dd Cretaoeone fosaile 
collected. <£xp]. of the Red River of LoaisiaDa, by Randolph B. Maroy, aaaisted 
by George B. McClellan. Appendix E, Paleontology, pp. 197-211, pis. i-ri. Wash- 
ington, 1853. 

FOSSILS OP THB CARBONIFBROUS STBTKM. 

Orinaidea. Psffeu 

Offothoerinus ffrmnu^ferut^Ytiudeli Sc iihnmaad, MSS., pL ~, fig. — 199 

Agai»itoerinuadaetyl}form%»,Trowt,M88.,^lU1ig.7 199-209 

PmtremiU$Jlor0ali§,^j,iB2O 200 

PtntremU4a nUeatu», P. Roomer. 1852 200 

Bryozoa. 

Ar€kim§dipora arehim^et, Lesoear, 1842, pL 1, flg. 6 201 

Brmehiopoda. 

P»tKtH«hM jmnctotitf, Martin. pL i. flff. 5 nod pi ii, fig. 1 201 

FrodiM^ut 0ora, D'Orbigny, 1842 202 

Prodi4«eu« 0o«f afiM, Sowerby, pi. i. fig. 2 202 

TerebratulantblUita, Ban, ^liY,hg. 6 202-203 

IVrefrraeuiaf»ar«y<,8haiDard,n.ft.,1853,pLi,flgs.4a,d 203 

Spiriftr 1 Shumard, 1858, pi i flg. 8 208 

FOSSILS OF THB CRKTACBOUS FBUOD. 

MoOuica. 

' PMten 9tiadrieo«tantf,Sowerby,pLiii, fig. 6; pL — ,flg.— 204 

Exogyra ponderota, Roemer. 1849 205 

Oryph<ga piteheri, Morton. pL vt Ak- 5 205 

Fhcogyra texnna, Koemer. pL ▼, figs. 1 a, d and fig. 5 205 

O«er0a fu^ovala. u. «.. Shnmard. 1853, pi ▼, fig. 2 205,206 

Inoceramfts ent^erHm-annulatua, Roemer, pL vi, fig. 2 206 

Trigonia erewtlata, Lamarck, pi. It, fig. 1 206 

A«eorteu?a«Aiteim«.n.s..Sbamard,1853.pllii,flg.8 206,207 

OSardittm mtittiffnafum, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pi. iv, flg. 2 207 

Panopcea fexana, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pL tI, fig. 1 207 

7(^ffrrae«2a cftotftatMtmt, n. 8., Sbumard, 1858, pL ii, figs, a, d 207-208 

OMntoncha {Tylo§toma) tumida, n. a., Sbnmard, 1863, pL t, flg. 8 208 

(Hobieoneha (t) eZevata, n. a., Sbnmard, 1858, pi. ir, flg. 4 208 

Eulima (/) »Hb/ug\formit, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pi. It, flg. 3 208 

AmmonUet vetpertinus, Morton 200 

AmmtynittM marcuiTia, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pL It, flg. 5 209 

A . acuta earinatut, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pL i, flg. 8 209-210 

Ammonites f Sbnmard, 1853, pL—, flg.— 210 

Echinodermata. 

Hemiagler eUganat, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pL 11, flga. 4 o-tf .' 210 

ffototter «imp<er, n. a., Sbnmard, 1853, pi ill, flg. 2 210-211 

HoUefypua ptoTMtus, F.'RoemtT 211 

2. 



Evans, John, and Shumard, B. F. On some New Species of Fossils firom the Cretace- 
ous formation of Nebraska territory. <Trans. Saint Loois Acad. Sci., vol. i, pp. 

38-42. 1857. Saint Louis, 185d-1860. 

Page. 
Acephala. 

Avietda ntbroicana, n.a.,B.AS.. 1867 38 

Llm«pti9$triaio-punetatui,iL^,E.SLS.,lWr 38 

255 



256 BULLETIN .NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Paie. 

Cardium 9uhqua4ratum, n.s., E. & S., 1867 28-39 

Cardium rarum, n. »., E. & S.. 1857 39 

Area mlcatina, n. 8., E. <fc S., 1857 39 

Leda jibrosa, n ».,!:.&?>., 1S57 39-40 

MiiiUusmtekii, n. 8., E.&8., 1857 40 

OslTM mbtrigonnli*, n.8., E. & S., 1857 40 

Oatternpoda. 

PleurttUnna minor, n. »., E. & S., 1857 40-41 

F»nuhaydeni,n.».,E.S:-S..lS57 . 41 

Fiutus nebrascentiU . u. a., E. & S., 1857 41 

TurHteUa muUilineata, n.8., E. & S., 1857 41-42 

RotUllaria amencana, n. s., E. & S., 1857 42 

Cephalopoda. 

Ammonites galpini, n. a , E. & S., 1857 42 

4. 

Shumard, B. F. Dt'scriptious of New Fossils from the Tertiary Formation of Oregon 
and Washington Territories and the Cretaceons of Vancouver's Island, collected 
by Dr. Jno. Evans, U. S. Geologist, under instnictions • from the Depart went of 
the Interior. <Trans. Saint Louis Acad. Sci., vol. i, pp. 120-125. 1858. Saint 
Louis, lei'.e-li^O. 

TEKTIART BPECIB0. 

Lueina /ibro§a, n.»., Shumard, 1858 120 

Corbula evaneana, n. a., Shumard, 1858 12(^121 

Leda vriJUamHteneis^ d. a., Shumard, 1858 121 

Ledaoregona, n. a., Shmnard, 1858 121-122 

Peeten eooeensis, n. a., Shumard, 1858 ; 122 

Venue tecurie, n. a.. Shumard, 1858 122-123 

CRBTACBOUS SPSCIBS. 

Inoeeramue vaneouvereneie, n.a., Sbumard, 1858 123-124 

Pinna calamiUridee, n. a., Sbnmftrd, 1858 124 

Pyruia glabra, n.a., Shumard, 1858 « 125 

5. 

Shumard, B. F. Notice of New Fossils from the Permian Strata of New Mexico and 
Texas, collected by Dr. George G. Shumard^ Geologist of the United States Gov- 
ernment ExpeditionforobtainingWaterby means of Artesian Wells along the 32d 
Parallel, under the direction of Capt. John Pope, U. S. Corps Top. Eng. <Tran8. 
Saint Louis Acad. Sci., vol. i, pp. 290-297. 1858. Saint Louis, 1856-1860 

Page. 

Produetue popei, n.a., Shumard, 1858 290 

P. m«ricana<*, n. a., Shumard, 1858 291 

P.pOeolue, n.a., Shumard, 1858 291 

P. eemireticuUUue, Mart.,8p 292 

Aulottegee guadalnpenttie, n.a., Shumard, 1858 291 

Spiriftr mexicanue, n.a., $humard, 1858 292-298 

Spirifer etUnfera, n. «.. Shumard, 1858 298 

SpiriferinabiUingeii, n.a., Shumard, 1858 294 

Retzia papillata. n.a., Shumard, 1858 294-29$ 

Eetzia f merkana, n.a., Shumard, 1858 29S 

Phynehonella guadalupce, n.a.. Shumard, 1868 295-21HI 

Camarnphoria ? bieuleata, n.a., Shumard, 1868 296 

Phillipeia perannulata, n.a., Shumard, 1858 29<^297 

Ptitidina elongata. n.a., Shumard, 1858 297 



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WBITINQS OF B. F. 8HUMARD. 257 

6. 

Bbumakd, B. F. Notice of Fostils from the Permiaa Strata of Texas and N«w Mezioo, 
obtained by the United States Expedition, onder Capt. John Pope, for boring 
Artesian Wells along the 33d Paral., with Descriptions of New Species from these 
Strata and the Coal Measures of that region. <Trans. Saint Lonis Acad. Sci., 
^L i, j^. 3^--403, 1859, pL zL Saint Louis, 186&-106O. 

OhtdMMmttcknthii, G«inits 887 

CAotetef, sp. (t) SbamAidt 1890 888 

OampopkifOum {1) tMonniii, n. s., Shmnard, 1888 888 

Po^oolia f. Sbninard, 1859 888 



FkOUp^iapermmuUHa, Shomard, pL xi, ilg. 10 888 

JMrdia, sp. (T), Sbomard, 1858 888 

HryMoa... » 888 

FttuttMa pop§ana, Trout 888 

Aeantkocladia amtrieama. Swallow 888 

Fvramini/era. 

FumiUna Oongata, Stmmaxd 888-388 

Srmekiopoda, 

Produetm 888 

P. MriftotmimMM, Swallow 888 

P. DMsiMMittf, Sbmnord 888 

P.piUoiuM, Sbninanl 888 

P.»tnUrectitHUUutYmt.antiq%uitu9,MMrttik 888 

P.jMp«i,8homard. pL xl, llga. 8a, d 888 

P. nonwKxKi, Swallow 880-880 

P.li!ptoy<(t),TenieaU 880 

Stnpkalotia 880 

A(Aiao0itg€9) ifuadaliipm$i$, Shnmaxd, pL zt, fl^k 5a» > 880 

OhoneUt 880 

O. p ermi am a, tu »., Shoiiagd. 18S0 880 

(7./«ii<fi^(f). Norwood A Piattan 880 

Sfir^er ^ 880 

&in«9ri0afi««,8bamard, pL xi, flga. 4a, d 380^^1 

8.guadaUtp€nH$t n. s., Sboinard, 1880 • 801 

8.tmle{/0ru*, Sbnmard, pL xi, flga. 8a-o 881 

AcmmmratM, Hortoa ~ 801 

Bf^vrima 801 

AMite^vM, Shmnard 301-808 

IWiffrrvdiia 888 

T.domgoJta, Seblotbetm 889 

T.^ir<f»/ata, iL8.,Sbii]iiaid, 1860 888 



&piiadaJv|M«, Sbomaid, pLxi,flgs.6a-0 80r 

B. imi m UA a^ n. s.. Sbnmaxd, 1860 889 

&teaB«ia,iLa.,8biUDard«1868 886 

» r i fl *o ii <na. opw (f ), Shnmard, 1868 888-804 

C to wKTo pA oria. Swallow, pi. xi. fly. la-< 804 

aMfiil0ala,8bniiiard,pLxl, flgs.2a-4l 804 

CmaaOowaina, n. a., Sbomard, 1860, pL xi, ilg. 1 a-« : 804-M6 

a«dUoCiUimt (t),Baob 886 



&jMi!paZala, Sbmnard, pL xi, flfa. a-« 886 

S-MMUona, Sbmnard, pi. xt, iiga. 7 a,> 806 

AngrtorAyndkitt 806 

& (Or(M«ifia) MtfmonUavMtf, Swallow 806 

OrQdtMna 386 

Or«IMfiaopw(tKShiimaid,1860 806 

Otmda ^ 386 

a jMrmiaiui. n. a., Sbmnard, 1800 • • 

129-BaU. 30 17. 



258 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



MyaUna 3K 

M.tquamoia, Sow M 

K r«0to, Shamard ^ 8M 

PUunphortu ". 886 

P.O€eidentalu,U.ScU 196 

MonoHt 396 

M. tpOuncaria, Sohlotheim 896-397 

JToNotif, ftp. (t), Shtimard, 1859 387 

Axinui 397 

A.9eeurii, n.s., Shamard, 1869 397 

JBdmcndia 396 

Jl. ttt&or&i«tttoea, SwaUow ^ 896 

Oardiomorpha 396 

OardiomorpJM, sp. (1) Shumud, 1869 398 

Oatteropodu. 

Turbo 388 

T. guad<Uupennt, JL B., SYmmard, 1869 898 

r.M<c<nti#(f), Sohlotheim 896 

Straparoattt 889 

StraparoUuM, B^. (?), Shomard, 1859 899 

BOeropJum 399 

, BeUerophon, Bp. (?), Shnmard, 1869 399 

Pleurotomaria 399 

P. Aoaiano, n. ft., Shnmard, 1859 399 

Oh^mnitzia 399 

0. nodUoviana, iL B., Shumard, 1859 889 

Oqffhdlopoda. 

• NauiOut, sp. (?), Shomard, 1859 899-400 

Orthoeerat, ftp. (?), Shnmard, 1869 400 

CABB05IFER0U8 F068IL8. 

Qatteropoda. 

Turbo texanus, n.8;, Shumard, 1859 400 

StraparoUua eomudanut, n.ft., Shnmard, 1869 : 409«401 

PUurotomaria proutiana, n.s., Shnmard, 1869 401 

Pleurotomaria obtusitpira, n.ft., Shumard, 1859 401 

Pleurotomaria peromata, n.B., Shnmard, 1859 401-402 

MaeroeheUui texanut, n. s., Shnmard, 1859 408 

7. 
Bhomabd, B. F,, and Owen, D. D. (See Owen, D. D., and Shnmard, B. F.). 



XIII.-THE WRITINGS OF ROBERT P. WHITFIELD. 



Whttfibu), B. p. Descriptions of New Fossils. <Bep. of » leoonnusittioe of the 
BlAck mils of Dakota, by William Ludlow, pp. lOa-104, pL L Washington, 
1875. 

Obohu ^ lOS 

O.iM0C0iiouiM, D.8., Whttfleld, 187S, pL— . llfikl-4 lOt 

JUmgmI«pii]^rime^f9rmiif^-^tg,4 lOt 

XM^rmMm lOt 

T. UUnm, 1LB., Whitfield, 1876, pL -, fifik6-l« lW-104 

2. 

t WHTrriKLD, B. P. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils. < Bep. of a reoonnais- 
sance fVom Carroll, Montana Territory, on the Upper liissonri, to the Yellow- 
stone National Park, and return, by William Lndlow. pp. 13^145, pis. i-ii. 

Washington, 1876. 

PSfa 

OnpiMphtOus, Owm 141 

0. (£09aiMau«)iiionlan«iwit, ]i.8.,Wliitfleld,187QtpLl,fi9kl,S 141 

Aricndbu, Barrmnde 141 

JL, tnjmnctatus, n. •., Whitfield, 187e, pL i. figs. iW 141-14S 

Grjfphmm, Lmd 142 

0. pIaiMe(meftM,iL 8., Whitfield. 1870, pLiI, figs. 0,10 142 

GtrmOia, Dttnnoe 142 

&.9ainpalt>ata, iLS.. Whitfield, 1876, pLii, fig. 8 142 

JH^oKfui, De Koninok la 

if. f(^erviaaa)|Mryfoiia,iLS., Whitfield, 1878, pL I, fig. 8 UM 

Pinma, Linn 148 

P. iiid2<»vt,n.s., Whitfield, 1878, pLi, figs. 6, 7 148 

IVv«», Mfthlf. 148 

f.«i4mlan«n«<ff,n.s., Whitfield, 1876, pL il, figs. 1, 2 148-144 

jra<lra,Linn 144 

irniaia, n.s., Whitfield. 1876, pLii, fig. 5 144 

8tmg%iinoiaria, Lam...*. 144 

& oMato,n.s., Whitfield, 1878tpLii, figs. 8, 4 144 

Tkraeia,Jjmch 144 

f.(a>rimya)9rfiifi«0<,n.s., Whitfield, 1878tpLil, figs. 6, 7 144-146 

FonOoroptif, Meek 146 

F.tMMN^mM,H.&H.,sp., 1858, pLil, figs. U-I8 146 

3. 

Whitfield, B. P. Preliminary report on the Paleontology of the Black Hills, con- 
taining descriptions of new species of fossils from the Potsdam, Jnrassio, and 
Cretaceons formations of the Black Hills of Dakota. < U. 8. Geographical and 
Geological Sorvey of the Bocky Mountain region, J. W. Powell in charge, pp. 
1-49. Washington, July, 1877. 



fOSllH VBOK TBS PBUfOSDIAIi 1 

P»f8^ 

p.yrfp#, iLs.^WhiiMd. i«7,^\ii^ j."."jr.!."!JJ™^^^^ ^ 



260 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Poltmphyeui, HaQ 7 

P. oeeidmUalU, n. s., WhitfleU, UH. pL 1, flf. 8 7-4 

BroehicpodA. 

£ifVul(pi#ettfi«olM,iL8..Wbitfldd,1877,pLil,flgs.8i6 M 

JUm9ultpUp^ra^mmatu$,n.».,'Whmtld,19n,pLii,tgfL7'^ • 



Trtkfrita. 

Or$pioephaiM, Owtm, (t XoipwMDiM. Derlne.) 10 

a {LognnOLut) MiKratft, n. •.. Whitfldd, 1877, pL 11, fl^k Sl-Ji U^U 

a (X<va«MaiM)ptoviitf,n. 8.. WMUleld, 1877. pL 11,110.98 U 

FOflSmi VBOK IBS JUSAflBIO BOOB. 



Astmiat, LimuMis 18 

A. ; dttNi»m,D. 9., Whitfield, 1877, pL 111, fig. 8 If 



PmCmi, Brag 16 

P. iMioft«rryi,D. 8., Whitfield, 1877. pL It, figs. 13-15 16-17 

Pmidomonotit (BumicroHt) orMeiOoto, n. a., Whitfield, 1877, pL lU, figs. 17-18 17 

Jf|fffffflT 

JfyfOiM, Linn 18 

Jf.icAite«,iL»., Whitfield, 1877. pLr, figs. 0-12 18 

IVapMium, Bamph. (=^OyprieardiSA, Lsm.) 18 

T. btO^owrehentit, n. s.. Whitfield, 1877. pL y, fl^k 1-4 .^.... 18-19 

T. SM5«|ua«t, D. s., Whitfield, 18n. pL V. figs. 5-8 18-80 

Plfuromyo, Agsssis (faniily nnoertain) 90 

P. fMWtoni, n. a., Whitfield, 1877, pL y, figs. 18-98 98-91 

Tancredia eortuHformit, n. s., Whitfield, 1877, pL yl, figs. 5-8 91-9S 

AmmtmRa 5u25o«a, n. s., Whitfield, 1877, pL yl, figs. 1-8 91 

SlNMfMliajMMfiM, II.S., Whitfield, 1877, pLyi, fig. 14 98-a 

Ttnmidm. 

i>o«inia, Soopoli S 

D./urotfiea, D.S., Whitfield, 1877, pLy, figs. 21-94 98-91 

PNNMMoMMtf. 

PNMiMnoftio, Lsm 2t 

P^fprrnnahtra, n. s., Whitfield, 1877, pL y, fig. 81 21 

i^MMV, Orsy 94 

Jf.loN^roffni, 0.8., Whitfield, 1877, pLy, fig. 85 94-96 

€hutro€ih4mUdm. 

Bacrieaiva^ BeUeyne 96 

i8./iiraMC0a,B.s., Whitfield, 18n,pLy, figs. 95-80 ^.... 96-9( 

FOflsiui or ram curtAcaouB. 

Xa imllftr aiis Maffl . 
PisrMhs., Meek. 

PifrtevSeoph 91 

P. (PtMMioptoria)«iiNar<«,D.s., Whitfield, 1877, pLyli, fig. 6 28-81 

Jnoeerammt perplexut, n. s., Whitfield, 1877, pL yiH, fig. 8, and pL x, figs. 4, 5 81 

.Biki©eo«t«», n. g., Whitfield, 1877 81-85 

jr.fMpiM,ii.s., Whitfield, 1877, pLix. figs. 1-7 8»41 



NumUma n 

if.ni5«9ttaatera, 11.8., Whitfield, 1877, pLzl, figs. 8, 4 n 

OnutaUtUdm. 

OhMaoteOa, Lam. ^ 84 

a ni89iMdrafa,D. 8., Whitfield, 18n,pLxl, fig. 19 8i 

^^|JpfWMfl0. 

ffjpkmHeia •• M 

A fraiMiwriaviL 8., Whitfield, 1877, pLs, figs. 14-18 ..,.•• S4-« 



WBITINGS OF R. P. WBITFIELD. 



261 



XilcyifOa, Made 86 

SobgMWM O^ m M a , Meek 85 

I^pitiha(0Mm4mmt$ki,iL9.,Wldm6lt^im^Vi^Ul^'Vf» WkW 

ArM<a,LeMh 86 

T.fiiS9nMaif,]LtMW1ittfleld,1877.pLxi,llgB.S9^«> 86 

Otuttrcpoda, 

JViMifdMyMMMiuit, n. 8., Whitfield, 1877, pLzU, fig. 9 87 

4poiTAaifmMU;n.s>>Whttfleld,1877,pLzil,flc.6 87 

AjMrriUia<6km<ocdMte)0af(oriiM(f,iLt^Wliitfleld, 1897,10^ 88 

A*wra. a P. Mailer 88 

^^bme-orysa.n.t., Wliltfleld,1877,pLxll,ilff.8S 

AK0oeinu,D*Orb...., 

A«ltMiMPii^iL8.,Wliitfleld,1877,^zly,flca.4-7 

I T dli r oee ra t, D*Orb r. 40 

A flMfloniiii. 8., Whitfield, Un.pL XT, figs. 1^ 4<M1 

^incyioeirM, D'Orb 42 

Xilfimvi,ii.s^ Whitfield, 1877, pLxvi^flga. 64 42-48 

^lrieoftefiM,iL 8.. Whitfield, 1877, pL XT, flga. 7-8 

P%«*oe«rM mfitefuim. n. 8., Whitfield, 1877, pL xri, fifi. 1-2 

P%eftee8inM0r«ff«iii,iL8.,Whitfie]drl877,|a.XTi,ligB.8-5 46-46 

IJetoflloesfledeecribediBtheTeportof the Paleont<dog7 of the Bleek Hills.... 46-18 

4. 

fEnwatJ}, B. P. Paleontology of the Blaok Hills of Dakota. < Report on the Ge- 
ology and Resonroes of the Black Hilln of Dakota, by Henry Newton, E. M., and 
Walter P. Jenney, £. M. <U. 8. Geographical and Geological Snryey of the 
Boeky Moontain region, J. W. PoweU in charge, pp. 3S&-468, pin. i-xri. Waah- 

togt(m,1860. 

womaa vbom the fediobdial booka. 
PlanfA Page. 

Pukfoekorda ^ <.... 881 

P.yrtw*, Whitfield. 18n,pLi. fig. 2 881-882 

PdkBOpkycut, HaH 832 

P. OMidMtalif, Whitfield, 1877, pLi,flc. 3 382 

Pa<a»op&y0M,8p.f Whitfield, 1880, pLi, fig. 1 888 

Ine $r t mH de§. 

^mi<0oiaM,sp.t Whitfield, 1880, pLii, fig. 26 888-884 

BneMopoda, 

LfMffuUp%$,BMll 886 

X..p<iin4/brmw. Owen, pL ii, figs. 1-4 886 

X-AMWolttt, Whitfield, 1877, pLii, figs. 6-6 886 

X.p«rall«nua<u«, Whitfield, 1877. pLii, figs. 7-9 887 

X.<ldboten«i«, M. & H., pL ii, figs. 10-11 887-888 

OMUUm. 

06oIm«, Sichwald 

0.fi»«;<«noidM, Whitfield, 1876, pi iJ, figs. 18-19 888-889 

OMeBo, Billings 889 

O. poKto, Hall. 1860, pLil. figs. 12, 13 889-840 

a fMma,M&^H., 1861, pLU, figs. 14-17 846-841 

Oi^ysMfiiAs. 

Ortpieephalut, Owen LogtMsUu*, Deviae) 841 

a ewOroK*, Whitfield, 1877, pLli,flf8. 21-84 841-848 

ajrfofita, Whitfield, 1877. pLii,llg. 20 848-844 

voBsne raoM the jubassic aocsa. 
Pffffffffir 
Sdtinod ir mata. 
AtUroidea. 

AMtgriat^Unn 844 

A.fduMwn, Whitfield, 1877, pLUi, fig. 8 



^ 



262 BULLETIN NO. 86, TTNItED StATfiS NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pin. 

PeniacriHidtB. 

Fmiaarimiet, MiUer ^ 3tf 

P.a«teri«eM,M.&H.,1868,pL8,flgs.l-S 315 

BraeMopoda, 

LingtUideB. 

LingtdOf Brag. 846 

I>.5f«riro«fm,M.&;H., 1858, pL ill, ilea. 4-5 84W47 

BliynehotuUid(B. 

Bh^nehondla^ Fiaoher 847 

i2.myrina,pl.ill,flg».6-7 847 

LanUUibranehiata. 

(ktreid4B, 

OiCr#a. Linn 348 

0.«<r^ya«iiZa, White, pLiil, figs. 8-12 848448 

Qryplu9a,LaiiL 849 

6ieaie«o2aTar.n«6nMe0fMi«.M.&H., 1881, pL ill, flgi. 18-18 34»-360 

pMtenidm. 

PMton, Bragnidrea 350 

P. nwrfcerryi, Whitfield, 1877, pLiv, figs, ia-16 860-351 

OomptofMcfM, Agassis 351 

a 6ettw<ria«u#, Meek, 1880, pLiv, figs. 8-11 851-368 

aexUnuatut,M.. &; H., 1860, pL iv, figs. 4, 5 353-354 

AvimOidtB, 

PMudomonotM, Bronn 354 

P. (JBttmicroef«) cttff a, Hall, 1852, pi. iii, figs. 20-25 864-356 

' P. (.ffttmieroti«)or6ieulato, Whitfield, 1877, pLiU, figs. 17-18 8^6-^ 

A«i0tt2a,LanL 357 

Snbgenna OxyU>ma,yLeeik 357 

A.(arytoffia)ma«r(mato,M.&H.,pLiv,flga.l,a 357-358 

^•rraUa, DeFrance 358 

e. rwto,Meek,pl.iv,fig.3 85M58 

Amdm. 

Grammatodan,M. &, H 850 

e. f«ama«iu,M.&H., 1868, pLy, figs. 18-18 88^^00 

MutiUd4B, 

Jrytflu«,Linn 880 

Jf.irA««, Whitfield, 1877, pi. V, figs. 0-12 860-361 

FobsKo. Soopoli 861 

F.(t»odu)fa)/orTOo«i,M.&H.,1861,pLv,flg.l5 361-362 

F.iw<«Miw,M.&H.,1858,pLv,fig8.18,14 862-863 

Orauatdlida. 

Aftarte, Sowerby , 363 

A. f /rciflriK#,M.&H.,1860,pLv,fig8.82,88 363-864 

Trap€zium,Unmph.( = Oy]»rie€urdia,Lam.) 864 

T.W^Amro*«nm, Whitfield, 1877, pLv, figs. 1-4 964-865 

T.«4*«5U<rii#, Whitfield, 1877, pLv, figs. 5-8 365466 

PlMiromyo, Agassis (family uncertain) 367 

P. n«wt<mi, Whitfield, 1877, pL v, figs. 18, 20 867-368 

Tanerediidm. 

TafMredia, Lycett <=sH0(ton^Terqaem) ... . 368 

r. f<nomato,M.&H., 1860. pLvi, figs. 0-18 868-860 

T.«M*uZ<^ormi#, Whitfield, 1877, pLvi,figa.S-8 370 

T.6titto#a, Whitfield, 1877,''pLvi, figs. 1-3 870-871 

T.potrtca, Whitfield, 1877, pLvi, fig. 14 '871-372 

T.«9arr»nana,H. &H., 1860,pLvi,flg.4 872 

VtneridcB. 

Dotinia, Soopoli 373 

D.jtinMfiea, Whitfield, 1877, ply, figs. 21-24 373 

PiommobiidiB. 

PtomfiMdui, Lam. 874 

P. t pfMiMUuro, Whitfield, 1877, pL y, fig. 81 874 

AnaHfMUx. 

Thra»a, Leach 87f 

r.t«u520oi«,H.&H.,186O,pLy.fig.84 871 



WRmKGB OF R. P. WHITFIELD. Sdlt 

Mtmrm,Qnj B7» 

jr.lMv<roffva»Whitfleld,18n,pLT,flc.86 t 37« 

Q mi inekmmtdm . 

AMriMMMK Bel]e[y]ii« 9T« 

&/iiraM<eo,Wliitflald,18n.pLy, figs. 96-80 ^ IT^aTT 



IMrvhnMicMata. 



J^mmotMlM, Brngnitoo HTV 

A. Mr«KA>n»<t,M.&H., 1866. pLH ilea. 20-34 I78-34M 

^.oor«i(A>ni»itw.<iiKMi«,WliitflBld,1880,pLTi,flff-S6 tm^Sl 



SdtmmUm, AgrMlM Wl 

lL<lfnnu.lL&H., 1868, pLnflffi* 18-10 881-392 

lOMILO fBOM TDI OBRAdOini BOOKi. 



Btfrntyeiomma, MmUl ftlfl 

AH^<da.H. AIL, pLrli^flg. 1 UH-^m 



PlfKo, ScopoU 384 

P.toipi^/brmtt, E. ftS., 8p., pl.Yii,ilgt.2,8 »Bi-3«r» 

P. (Oapytoma) fM^roMina, B. A &, pL Til, flg. 4 885^{}^ 

P. (PlMMii^tiria) JItnta, If. & H., tp., 1866. pL vii, flg. 6 3^ 

P. (Pmtdopteria) ntNfvit, Whitfield, 18n, pi. Tii, fig. 6 3J37 

/nooffW M a, Sowerby Mi^ 

J.jproN0mafi0u#f 8olilot,pl.Tii,flg. 11 ZS»^m 

J.A«9aif.H.&M.,pl. ix, ilg. 10 800-:m 

J. ottHf, Meek. 1871, pL ix, fig. U 3B1 

/.jmytaRtf. WUtfleld, 1877, pi. Till, fig. 8, and pi. x, figs. 4, 5 3»2 

LniNOTPif, H.&M..pLx,flgs.l-^ 3^3 

I. iOViiMiff, Owen, 1852, pL Tii« fig. 12, sod pL Tiii, fig. 2 SB&-305 

J. sfaytowi, Meek, 1860, pi. viii, fig. 1 a05-;!9S 

I.vamatemi, M. AH., 1860, pi. Til, figs. 8, 0, snd pi. viii. figs. 4, 5 8pe-aOA 

J. ecMMiMmi Tar. t Whitfield, 1880, pi. Tii, fig. 10 ^t9i 

/.»ara»tiii,MortOD.1884,pLyii,fig. 7. aiidpLlz,fig.8 SflIMM 

J. CtniiaiiMafMt, H. A. M.. pL ix, figs. 12, 18 4O0, 4r^ 

SndoeoHia, Whitfield, 1877 40?-403 

J&%!p{Mi, Whitfield, 1877, pLix, figs. 1-7 403^^4 

B.Mloato, Boemer, sp.,pLx,flg. 6 4(H^']5 

IiUtgnptMa, 
Arwidm. 

Sobgemis /doAMiva, Oonrad 405 

JdoiMar0aslhimaiti<,H.AH.,pLxi,figs.8-ll m^4m 

Nvmda, Lam. 4(X] 

ir. ptoniiBiaryuiato, H. &H., 1866, pL xi, figs. 5, 6 406^1^7 

iViMiilaiia, I^nk 407 

jr.Mfiift»«ii,M.AH..1861, pLxi^flg. 7 I^^im 

N. 9vibmptaaUTa, Whitfield, 1877, pL xi, figa. 8, 4 Am 

rol«a,M8Der , 4tiy 

r. SMMi, IL AH., 1866, pLxi, figa. 1,2 Am 

LudmtULm. 

XfMJfcia, Bragnitee 4(K) 

L. oeoidentaHi^UarUm, ^ xi, figa. 10-21 40O-110 

L. nwtriwo, H. A IC, pL xi. figa. 14-16 41(M11 

£w(lM|pM<m«Bf)f«»«n<laea,H. AH..pLxi,flga.l7,18 411^12 



(WaaoCiBa, Lam. 413 

a «ii»9MMb«<ii. Whitfield, 1877, pLxi, fig. 12 412-113 

Ajforff, Sowerhy 413 

A.aaaiif{.H.AM.,pLxi,flc.l8 411 



264 BULLETIN NO. 30, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

7ffiifBa» Stolioska 414 

F. AtMiiOif, IL & H., 1800, pL X, figs. 7-18 414 

aphmrioia 415 

8, trangverta, Whltfleld, UH, pL z, flgi. 14-16 415 



l>o«{nia, SoopoU 416 

D.mittourianaf MorUm, pL xi, figs. 26, 26 416417 

Th$tit,JADii 417 

T.eireutoricM. &H.,lB56,pLxi,figi.Sl-34 417 

EunUyt 

L0iopU(ha, Meek 418 

Snbgeniis (Vn^Bo* Meek 418 

I>.((Vm«Sa)mMK,Whitfleld,1877,pLzi,flge.27,28 418-419 

AnaikUd4B, 

2%racia, LMCk 416 

HjutyratfOit, Whitfield, 1877, pLzi, figs. 20, 80 41IM10 

ifMBfO, G»y 420 

2f.i}u>r«(MM9uir,M.&H..pLzi,flg.81 420 

Otuttropoda. 
Stphcnogtomaia, 

FcueMariideg, 

Fateklaria, Lam* 421 

F, {Oryptorhytii)/utiformii,^icU,, pLzii,flg.l2 421-422 

J'.(OryptorAyei«)«mtorta,M. &H., pi xil. fig. 10 422421 

j:(PiMtodUau«)eti2&«rei<mi,M. ^H.,pLzil,flg.ll 428424 

JWttt,Lttn. 424 

J'.Mu«nard<,H.&M.,lJ.xll.flg8.7,8 424 

J'.«ft«y«wieiMi#,WWtfleld,1877,plxil,ilg.9 424426 

Aporrhaidof. 

Aporrkait, Dillwyn 425 

-A.n«p6«TVi,Meek,pLxil.flg.4 426426 

A. iii«eii,Whitfleld, 1877,pLxU,flK.6 426 

^.(6kmtoeA«»{a)0a«tor«nm, Whitfield, 1877, pLxii, fig. 1 427 

Anehura^ Conrad 4Si 

-4.ffuWmt,M.&H.,pLxii.flg.6 428 

A, (Dnpanocheilut) nel>ra9oentU, JL &, 8.,pLTii,Ag^2,Z 420 

Hdottomaia, 

NaUeida. 

Lunatia, Gr»y 480 

£.6(m«intMhH.&H.,pLxil,flg.l3 480 

Vonikora, Qaoy and Gaiiiuurd 480 

F.am&^«a. M.&H.,pLxii,fig.l4 480481 

Amauropnt^ Moroh 481 

-l.l>aft*din<nA>rmit, H. &M., pLxiiflg.lO 481-438 

XiroehidcB. 

Margarita^ Leach , 488 

Jf. ntbratemtU, M. &H., pL xli, flg.16 482 

Pvhnoniferaf 

Siphonariidaf 

AnUomyan, M. &H ^ 438 

A. alveotut, ILScU., pLxii, flg.20 483^434 

A.tubovaiut, M. J^ H., pi. xii, fig. 10 484-435 

A.patsU^formit.'hL. ic^., pL xii, flga. 17, 18 435 

-l.ftoreoiw, Morton, 1842, pLxii,flgs. 21-88 ^ 488 

BtMdm. 

JffamifMO, Leach 487 

JEr.««6cyK«drica,M. &H.,pLxii,fig.24 437 

Akera, O. P. Mnller 4J7 

A. gkmt-oryza, Whitfield, 1877, pL xil, flg.25 487-488 

PtQiopoc^hala. 

BoUnoeonehoB, 

DentdUidcB, 

Denlaliumy Linn 438 

D. i^rotfito, H.atM., pLxii,flg.26 



^ 



WBITINOS OF K. P. WBITFZELD. 



266 

Pttfa 



Wmaasdm. 
JfrnntOmi, Bmyaiu. 
Jf. d«tay{ rme. w a wt a w ii Mit , Mmk, pL xrl, flgi. U^U — 

P. tpyoinlii^MMif, HMk, 1870, ^ zhr, flgi. !-• .^ 

8<mpMlidai. 

AoyMlM. PwUllMMI 441 

iM.iiod<Mti«, Owen. 1853, pL zlSi, flg. 12 441-44S 

Anodomum. brnii, Hsek, pL xiti, flgi. 8^0 448 

&nodMHtrtir.quadrmnff¥iarit,'Mmk,^,X^tg/L 19,11 

&«wrTMt<,K.&H.,pLzUi, figs. 1-4 

A«yomin9«iwi«,K.AHM pLxili,flc8.6-7 446-147 

JMieotfiTM, D'Orb. 447 

H. tUptnttmi, Whitfield* 1877, pL zlr, figik ft-« ^ 447-448 

E«Uroe$ra9, D'Orb. ♦.. 448 

H. nnoiomi, Whitfield, 1877, pL zr, fifci. 1-4 ;.. 44M51 

HJ nOtnuomm^ H. A H., ^ zr, fig. 6, and pL sir, fig. 481-488 

A,jmm»^, Whitfield, ISH, pL zvl, figs. 7-« ! 

A. triaoifeHn, Whitfield, 1877, pL £t, figik 7,8 

P »d b eo fWH. D'Orh. 466-487 

P. MMetMMun, Whitfield, 1877, pLzTtfifik 1,8 407-468 

P. cnunm, Whitfield, ISH, pL xri, fiffi. t-6 468 

Synopeis of epeeiee from the BlMk HiUe, BOtlMd ia «(h« iPKke, Ml dtMtfbM 1^ 
report.. ....•..•.••...••.•..•....•...........•....•.••......••......•...•• ••••.•.... 

UitoffiMdUdeooiibediBthisxopoEt 



WurmsLD, R. P. Braohiopoda and Lamellibranohiata of the Bafftan Clays and 
Gnen sand Marls of New Jersey. < Monographs of the United States Geological 
Survey, Vol. ix, pp. i-xx and 1-264, pis. i-xxxY. Washington, 1886. 



Psge. 

Letter oCtnatmittid from Prot George H. Cook ix 

Sketch of the Qeotogy of Ciefeeom snd TertJMy fhr— Hie of Ke^ Jereey; ix 

Letter of tnneoittalfhim Prof. Bobert P. Whilidd xr 

PreiiniiiiMj remark* *. zrii 

BraehiopodA 8 

Seotion L—Breohiopodft of the Mail Beds 6 

LameUibniichiata 17 

Section II.--LainemfaraaAt>ta fhim the Batitan CUye 28 

Section nL-LameUlhraachlatafran the Lower Mart Beds.... 88 

Section lY—LamelUhranohiatefreni the Middle Marl Beda 104 

Section Y.— LameUibranehiata from the baae of the Upper Maria... 906 

Section YL—LamelUbranchiataftvB the Sooene Maris ., 2S8 

Section Vn.— Unkndds froa tho CaBden ClaiyB 948 

Section YUL-GlasattedUstoftheapeeiea 968 

BEAcmoroDA. 

Section I.— BraeUopoda from Hm aeTetal Mari Beds of the Statte. 



T6nbra$aU,UkwjA 8 

T.AMiowE, Mortasi,pLi;flgB. 16-88 8-8 

ftr it i i imW i w gtfawttog, Morton, id. i, figa. 10-18 »-U 

TtnhrmuaiM JhridmtM, Morton 11^19 

Arefrratiaimi Isdhfyiiia, Morton, pL i, fig. 14 19 

nr«8r«l«BB. BH>rb. 19 

7.pttPirta,8iKy, 1898, pi. 1, figs. 6-8 19-14 

r. vmm m U , Lyell A Porbea, 1846, pL i, figa. 1-4 ^ 14-16 



266 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL BfUSEUM. 



^H^ 



SeotUm IL— IiMnellibTaikoliiate Shells fh>m the PImUo Clfty« 

ilfftorf0. Sowerby « 

A. »^. Conrad. pL U, fig. 1 »-l4 

Amb(miMfdia,n.g.,WhitaaA,lSB6 H« 

A, MoUi, 1L8., Whitfield, 1886, pL il, figs. U-14 » 

Oortneula,Megtit\B M 

OJ 0maderata, D.8., Whitfield, 1885, pLii, figs. 6, 6 » 

0. onnofa, Conrad, pL ii, figs. 2-4 26-S7 

Gnathodon V 

af teni»id«fw,n.s.. Whitfield, 1885, pLii,flga. 7-10 »-« 

Seotion ni.— LamellibnmchiatA fh>m the Lower ICari Beds. 



Mm 
Ottnidm, 

Oitraa, Linn. 20 

O. dmUimdifera, Conrad, pL ill, fls. 8, ....: » 

CermwUmarginata, Gkkbb,pLiil. flga.10,11 W 

O.panda^ Morton 30 

0.plumota, Morton, pL iii, figs. 12, 18 81-82 

0.nibtpmtukUa, L. &, Sow., 1846, pLiii, fig. 14 82-38 

O.to0fioMCa,Oabb,pL iii, figs. 1,3 88-84 

0.torwi,Lamftrok,pLiii,flg8.3,7 34-88 

€hrypkaa. Lam. 88 

Q.VMieuiarU, Uan.1 (1806), pL iii. figs. 15,16; pLir, flgs-l-S; andpL y 86^ 

Bssogyra, Say 38 

B.cottata, Say, pL vi, figa. 1,2 ^ 88-41 

AnomUdm. 

Anomv»,Linn 48 

A. argmUaria, Morton, pi. ir, figa. 0-11 41 

A. CcIUnoidM, Morton, pL iv. figa* 12, 18 48 

IKpIofdiiM, Conrad, 1806 48 

D. er0te«fa. Conrad, pi. iv, figa. 4-8 4>-44 

Paranomia, Conrad^ 1860 44 

P.9etihra, Morton, pLx,flg.lO 44 

P.KiMata, Conrad, pLix, fig. 10 45 

PteUn, Klein 45 

P.««MiteM, Mort,pLvii,figa.l-4 4fr-46 

P. quinqutnariut, Conrad, 1854, pLvii, figa. 18-16 47 

P. tenuttertta, Gabb, 1861, pL vii, figa. 5. 6 47-48 

P.pton{0o«la(u«,n. a., Whitfield, 1885, pLYlii, figa. 10, 11 4S-40 

P. (OMmmyi) eratUuhu, Morton, pL vii, figa. 17, 18 . 

P. (Sifneydon^ma f) perlanMUonu, pL Tii, fig. 7 

AfiMMMtm, Klein ^ 51 

A. $impUeum, Conmd, pi. vii, figa. 11,12 51-68 

A. canradi, n. a., Whitfield, 1886, pi. vii, figa. 8-10 

ObfiiptofMefM (Amutiuni) hurUngtmnentit, G«bb, pL viii, figa. 3-4) . 

OampUmteUt parvus, XL a,, WYdtatld, 1885, pi. vlil, ilga. 1. 8 66 

2f«»eftM», Drooet 66 

N.quinqueeoMtata (Sowerby), pi. viii, figa. 12-14 56-67 

^pondyHdm. 

SjpondyluMt Jjom. 67 

fLgngaUt, Morton, pL ix, figa. 11, 12, and pL z, figa. 1,2 67-66 

DiofMAora, Sowerby 58-SO 

D.^ehinata^ Morton, pi. x, figa. 8-0 6B-60 

PHoatida, Lam. 61 

P.urtioota, Morton, pLix, figa. 1,2 61 

Baduia, KLein 61 

B. ptlagiea, Morton, pLix, figs. 3-5 

R acMtilineata^ Conrad, pL ix, figa, 6,7 

Rrttimdaia, LyeU & Forbea, 1845, pL ix, figa. 8, . 



WBITINGS OF K. P. WHITFIELD. 267 

MytOidm. 

MytOut, Linn. ii 

Jf.oMmu«. n. «., Whitfield, 188S, pL zril, fig. 1 M 

jrodiola,Lun U 

lf./ttlia, Lea, 18«l,pLxviI, figs. 6,7! M-flft 

M. huHinfftonengit, n. 8., Whitfield, 188S, pL zril, flfik 8^0 dS-M 

LUhodomu; CuYier *. flfl 

L^afinit, Gabb. 1881, pi. xvii, figs. 2,8 tttM7 

£. Hpl^ana, Oabb, 1881, pi. zyii, figs. 4, 6 ^-^ 

PCmwte, Meek (=ii9i0u2i(te of Aatbon) 68 

Ptma, SoopoU ftS 

P. prtrow, Conrad, pL xlv, fig. 10 98-iMI 

P.laripes, Morton, pi. xiv, fig. <M-70 

P. narunita,n. 8.. Whitfield, 1885, pLxiY, fig. 8 70-71 

2f«J«Vrin«Ha,n.g., Whitfield, 1886 11-73 

Jf. oftrupto, Conrad, pL xiv, figs. 11-14 72-73 

OcmZKofMif. n. g., Whitfield, 1885 TS 

0. «iu<A>i^i«> Conrad, pi. XT, figs. S-11, and pL xyI, fig. 5 73-74 

^ mintma, n. 8., Whitfield, 1885, pL XT, fig. 7 74-75 

/noo0ramiw, Sowerby 75 

LtoraMni, Morton t pLxT,fig8.8,5 75-T8 

i.«a9eiin«,Owen,pl.xiT,fig.l5,andpl.xT,fig8.1,S 78-78 

I.tagenaia var. guodront, Whitfield, 1885, pLxiT,fig.l6 71 

J.perc»vaZu,Conrad,pLxT,fig.8 ^ 

J.pro-oNi^ia.n. 8.. Whitfield, 1885, pLxiy, fig. 17 WM^l 

FinnidcB. 

Pinna^ Linn. v 81 

P. logiiMKa, Conrad, pL xri figs. 1, 2 ai-8a 

Dvmyaria. 

Areida. 

Area.'Lmn 88 

A.att»ro«eri«,Oabb,1881,pl.xii,fig8.22,28 B2-^ 

JITAHodon, Conrad 83 

y.«<A>tti«nm.Qabb,pLxii,figa.8-6 ea-«4 

y.ani7uto«um,Gabb,1860,pLxii,fig8.8,7 N-«5 

^:&r0o^/yont, Conrad. pLxiiffiga. 1,2 &5-a8 

JirefnoofTO, Conrad, 1870 88 

JIT. eretoeeo, Conrad, 1870, pLxii,flga.S-10 Bfl-fff 

Bftviatea, Conrad 67 

Aja/ordt,Gabb,pLxii,figs.ll,12 B7-88 

IVijTOViarca, Conrad, 1882 88 

r.ettn«iA>rmw, Conrad, pLxii, figs. 17, 18 S6-80 

7. CrafWverM, Gabb. 1881, pL idl, figs. 18-18 SB-91 

Oi5ota, Browne 81 

a roffeUoto, Morton, pi. xi, figs. 34-88 m-OS 

a ttniofm«, Coniad, pL xi, figs. 82, 88 r2-S8 

a o6«ta,n. 8., Whitfield, 1886, pLxi, figs. 80, 81 ^i^t-M 

amtt2tiradia(a,Gabb,1880,pLxi,figs.21,22 M 

Idon«ar«a, Conrad, 1872 ^.... 95 

J. fippana. Conrad, pL xii, figs. 10-21 «5-B8 

i.onfrMO, Morton, pL xiii, figs. 8-U W-Ofl 

/.PMZ^ari«, Morton, pLxlii, figs. 1-5 ^S-aO 

ilitiiMa, Poll W 

il. morfom, Conrad, pi. xi, figs. 28-25 B»*loi 

-i.otta,n. 8., Whitfield, 1885, pLxi, figs. 28-20 JOl 

NuCUUdOB. 

3rfieuto,Lani 103 

iir.pereroMa, Conrad, pi xi, figs. 4-8 J02 

jr. wk»nmotiM«n*i#,n. 8., Whitfield. 1885^ pLxi, fig. 1 I0^1«a 

3r.«locKana,Gabb,pLxi,fig8.2,8 103-104 

N.pereqxtaUt, Conrad 104--105 

^TucuJana, Link "......, 105 

iir.protecto,Gabb,pLxi,fig.lO 10:*-liW 

JV.jfaift<ma,n. 8., Whitfield, 1885, pLxi, figs. U-18 106-107 

if. loivi^yofw, Conrad. pLxi, figs. 18» 17 « 10T-1O8 



268 BULLETIN HO. ao, UNITED STATES NATiOMAL MUSEUM. 

Pice. 

i7;jHfm^onM(t,6»bb,pLzi,flgB.7,8 laS-Ue 

Jf.0Ofn|»rfff0viif,Coimd,pLzi,flf.9 IM 

P«rKfMMla,€oiinid 110 

P.]rr»fMta.Coiinid,pl.zi,flgB.H16 U* 

IVtMMlaHa, Ooonid Ul 

iir.jMvyHa,GoiinMl,pLxi,flgB.18-M Ill-US 

TrifgmidtB. 

Trigtmia.'Brug. lU 

T.MOftoni, iLS., WUtfleld. 188S, pi. zIt. flgi. 8^6 112-lU 

r.«i(ANdMMit,0«bb, pLziT,flgt.l^ 11S-U4 

r.MnilM,n.B.. Whitfield, 188Q,pLziT,llg.T II^IU 






ChMMrtilto, LMn. 116-U6 

a vodMa, Morton f,pLzTii,flgt.U-15 11».117 

atfMMOto, Gmbl»,p1.zvil,flKt.]8-» US-IU 

atfalMMr«nt»«. G«bb 119 

CfiioniiMMlAMMit, 6»bb, plzTU,flgt.91,2l Ufr-lSO 

Cpror*, CoDnd, pi. ZTll, flft. 10, U 129-lSl 

O. MftptofMi, Connd, pL zviii, flgt. li-ie ISl-lS 

O. frwPff, Oftbb, 1891, pL zrii, flffs. 19; 17 lS-129 

S a mn bu la , Conwid, 1889 123 

a.p€rplmti, Connd, pL zvlii, flgi.8-10 12^12A 

Aitmrtidm, 

eotiMto, Ad 124 

e. dtomhfUMria, Connd, plzylli,flg.4 lli-186 

tf. mutcmU, n. K, Whitfldd, 188S, pL zrUi, flgi. 1^ 1K-1S8 

tiF.di«Nfiff, Connd. pLxTUi,flg. 11 126 

e.jNHtriif, Connid,pLxyiU,flgi.l2,13 196-127 

F^fiKearrfia, Connd, 1873 127 

F.MCoNrato, Gftbb 127-138 

Y. m r m m Ura ta , Lea. 1861. pL xrtfl. flg«. (k7 139-129 

Lutinidn 

JDiMina, Brag. .- 129 

X.ofitooitf, Connd, pLxTiU, figs. 88-36 129-180 

X.«fiiMten«,n.«., Wkitfi«ld,1886,pLzTiU,flgn.91,29 189481 



IKntm. Lam 191 

I>.4la«<yloidM,n.B., Whitfldd, 1886,pl.XTili,flCi.36,27 181 

CfatdUdm. 

Om rd i mm, Linn. iB 

a MfAMilMuif, Connd, pi. zz, flgt. 17-19 182 

aWpbyomMM, Connd, pLzz, fig. U 183-188 

O.HfUi fm $ $ t Connd 128 

CWMflvcUum, Connd, 1870 183 

OardSmm {Oriocoirdium} du m otum, Connd, pL zz, flga. 9-18 199-lSS 

Oirdiiim ((>ioo(Mti«ttm) mtiMrMKaiiim, Gabb, pL zzl, figs. 1-^ 18^-186 

jPnCooorKKiMM, Beyrioh 138 

C. (IVolMardiMin) p^rwUmffOhmi, n. s., Whitfield, 1886, pL zz, figi. 20-82; pLzzl, 

i^*.« * 189-138 

T mtk p ott fd ivm, Connd, 1870 188 

P. UtrtSmffionmm, n.o., WhitAold, 1885, pi. zzi, figa6;7 188 

JWMft. Gny, 1847 189 

P. ttMc<ff,n.|i.. Whitfield, 1886. pLzz, fig. 8 189 

JWymn, Bolton .\ 189 

P. itmtUtriatum, n. a., Whitfield, 1886, pLzz, figi.18^19 189-149 

Zttyi H ka, Meek 140 

Zhprvtixta, Connd, pLzz, fige.1-8 140-141 

Xb t t tg rnntulO f Boemer 141-142 

£.iiVlate, n.e., Whitfield, 1886^ pLzz, figs. 4» 6 142 

Oif9^aa,UMlk 142 

ammH, Whitfield, pLzz,flgs.6;7 149-148 

OypHnidoB. 

FenMIa, StolioBke ^ 144 

F. oonrotfi, Morton, pL ziz, figi. 9-10 144-146 



WfilTlNGS OP B, P. WHTTPIELD. 269 

P»g«. 

F.dM<M,]Cbrton,pLxiz,flgt.l5,16 146-147 

r.<ivl(ita,Caiind,pLxlx.flgi.4,B 147-148 

F.«i«w<i^C<mrmd,pLxix.flgfcfl;7 14S.14* 

F.IH^ona,Gia>b, 1881, pi xlx. figs. U-14 14»-160 

F.Mi&owi<f,Coiind,pLzlz«fl<B.1.9...^ 150-151 

F. fr^Mtoideo, Coand, pL zix, flg. 3 161-163 

f^*Mriola,8tottosk* 188 

A«m6<mata,iL8..Wbitfleld,1886,pLzix,flgi.l7,18 152 



Ymmridm. 

OtKHm^Viid 168 

0. dtimwarmuit, Qrt>b, pL xxU, flg». 8-10 168-154 

Apkrodina,Coand,VUS - 164 

^. «iRfKma.Coii»d,pLxxii,flg«.8,7 164-166 

(V|>riM«ria.Coiinid,1864 , 158 

advw««,Coiiiiid,pLxxii,8gt.U-18 16^187 

a dMiMliK Conrad. pLxxii^flgB. 18-21 1^7-158 

a«B0aOTta,Korton.plzxil,flg«.18,17 ^ 160-180 

aiM%»r»n<,lbft«iniitft«U«J88^pLs^flf[kl4»16.» 180 

a«><M*KCoiinid.pLxxii,flg.l8 18&.181 

DMiMMKSeopoli 181 

D.^«Mi.iLft.,Whitfifad,1886.plzzlS,flgi.4,6 181-182 

D.f«r«0e% a.!.. WkitA«ld,1886»pLxvlil,flfS. 17-20 188-188 

Ttmta, Connid, 1871 188 

T.pinqmii, Connd, pL zxii, ilgi. 1-8 188-184 

TtOimidm. 

SUKuMTtt, Connd, 1871 184 

I'.«8«'#ihC«irnd,pLxxlii.ilg».12.18 184-186 

Limmria, Ommdt IQU 186 

L. mttagjHatn, Conrad, pL zxiil,ilgs. 0-8 188-188 

L. MmlTMCo^n. B., Whitildd, 1886, pL zzUi, llg. 6 187 

Jforv, Conrad, 1871 187 

Jl.«ri(fl«is, Conrad, pi. xxlll, flga. 18, 17 187-188 

AmMtm, Conrad, 1871 188 

£. mtfamUntii, Conrad, pL zxUl, 8^2,8 188-180 

^.pflyyrki.CoHnid«pl.zzUi,ils.4. 188-170 

< fc r i mya» Agaaaia 170 

aiMMiii, n.a., Whitfldd, 1886. pL ttW, flgB.»-U 170-171 

Jhn mm ^ Linn. 171 

I>.yi»r<M.Coiirad,pLxxttl,flg.l 171-172 

Mattrtdm. 

YOtda, Coorad, 1871 172 

y.UmUa, Conrad. pL xzUl, flga.lS-21 172-178 

F.lilNiio^dat, n.a..Wliltfleld,188«,pLzzUI,i^28 17».174 

F. frotiMwrao, n. 8., Whitfield, 1886, pLzziii,flg.22 174 



Pftaladomya, Sowerby .• 176 

P. gcrtdgntaW*. Morton, pL zxir.flga. t4 176-178 

P. roMMTi, n. •., WUtflold, 1886, pL zxtr.fi^ 4. 178-177 

P li r(pi oiw y a» Conrad.. 177 

P. ill»tfrti,Gabb, 1881, pL zdii, figi.14, 16 177-178 

OwtFiwiya, Agaarit 178 

CpteiOSarU, Conrad, pi. xxiii, flga. 24, 26 178 

OorbtOidm. 

Cbrfrulo, Bmgnitea 178 

aorastipUM, Oabb. pLnill,flg.80 178-170 

a >b«GW; Lea, 1881, pi. xxiii, figa. 27-20 180 

anAampnma,Qm%\,^MMm.H^U ^ 180-181 



Ptotop— ,mna«d 181 

P. dMita, Coand«pLzxlT,fl«fc 6^.^ 181-182 



Sq ^u uK Conrad, 1871. ..>. « 182 

&NiiMtela,CeBzad,pLxzT,fipk»-18. ^... .....* 1B8-188 



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L €p iQ§o U% CommdL pL xrv, flgfc 1-31 18S-184 

X<yMi i i,Conr«d,18B8 1B4 

X.jplaiMite«Mm,C<mrtd,xrv,flgi.8^ 184-lS 

L. appn m um, Conrad, pL xxv, flg». 6^ m-m 

, , A«9«ia, Kahlfeld 188 

j9.«rrt(MM, O«bb.pLxxT,flgi.0^10 186-187 

Pholadidm. 

PAolof , Ltam. Ig7 

P. tfttlUira, Morton, pLxTT, 14-16 Ig7-188 

P. f tola, n. a., Whitfield, 1886, pLxrT,iig. 17 1»-1M 

Ifortefich Lendh 190 

If. (PAola«)or«lacMi.G»bb,pLxxT,figa. 90-28 IW 

ArwiMto. 

lWMto,Llnn 191 

T.imy«lar<t,0«bb,pLzxT,flga.l8,19 Ifl-lSS 

OmitrMkmnidm. 

OUMigtBa^lMn 10 

a amMrta, Morton, pLxxT, fig. 34 in-M 

Beetlon ir—LMnaUibniifililftto from the Middle Mid Beds. 

Gryphma, iMn IM 

flF.Miimclorif, Lam., pLxzTi,flgs.9,10 IM 

flF.bryani, Tar. pr«0«lMW,n.TM>., Whitfield, 188S,pLxxH figs- 7-8 IM.196 

QrypheBottrM^Cimnd 196 

e. 9om«r, Morton, pi xzri, figs. 11-18 195-196 

MvtSttdm. 

Jfodioki, Lam. 197 

Jf.ovota^Oftbb, pi xxri, figs. 18-14 197 

Jf. (l>aAodomu</)tn^la<a,n. a., Whitfield, 1886, pLzxHfig>< 1-8 197-186 

Pteriida, Meek. 

Finna, Linn 196 

P. ro«Cri/ormi«, Morton, pi xri, flga. 8-4 196 

Arddm. 

Idonearca, (/onrad 199 

J. f}Md(afM,n.B., Whitfield, 1886, pi xxyi, figs. ^-6 198 

J. MmprtMiroftra, n. a., Whitfield, 1886, pi zxTi,figa. 16-16 19M0O 

Itocardiida. 

laoeardia, Lamarck 800 

J.Mmia4K,Gabb,plzxyi,figs>8-4 800-801 

TereMdeB. 

Teredo, Linnsos 801 

T. fiMoKt, Morton, pi xzvl,flg8. 19-88 881-808 

Oeutroeluenidee. 

Gaatroehtma, Sptmgl 808 

e. mMfioano, 0«bb,plxzTi, flgi. 17-18 808-804 

Section Y.— LameUibranohiata from the lower Uyen of the Upper Mail Beds 
of New Jersey. 

OftTiai LimMDOs 806 

CgUmd^amUe, n.a., Whitfield, 1886^ pL zxvii, figa. 1-6 806-806 

efryphtea^Bow 806 

€F. 6fyaM<, Gabb, 1876, pi. xxrli, ilgs. 6-8 806-807 

MytSUdm. 

Jfodioto, Lam 807 

ir.joAiMoni,n.s., Whitfield, 1886, pi zxvlii, figs. 8,0 807 

Areidm. 

J.f«a,Linn „ 206 

A.^ui0tdeeemrudlata, Gk^bb, 1800, pi zxvii, figs. 10-18 808 

Aaimrtida. 

OatrdUa^Bng 808 

a inteniMti<a,n.s., Whitfield, 1886, pLzxviii, figs. 14, 16 800 

Onueatena, Lamarck 808 

a 0OMr«d<,n. a., Whitfield, 1886, pi zxvlii, figs. 1-6 200-210 

CdeUmanMit, Qabb, plzxrii, flgik 14,16 ^.^ 810-211 



WBIT1KQ8 OP E. P. WHITPIBLD, * 271 

ai»«MtiKff,Coiind,pLxzTiii,fl<B.e,7 81S-213 

a riUmi6Mmi.B., Whitfield, 1886, iiLzxTil,flgii.l»-19 218-2U 

CtonNftdo. 

Orioemrdium, Connd 214 

(7. iMMlfolMt, 11.8., Whitfield, 1886^ pLzxTiU,figi. 10, U 214-215 

OuitrmidUB. 

F«iialla,StoUoskB 215 

F.ffftemftoidM, Coiind,pLxxTiU,fl<B.12,ia 216-216 

P^trUoUdm, 

PMHeolo, Lmd : 216 

P. iMw»ayKpK0a, 11.8.. Whitfield, 1886, pLxzTlii, fig. 22 216^7 

MactHda. 

Filwfa, Connid, 1871 217 

F.iMU«fla,n.8., Whitfield, 1885kpLxxyili, fig. 28 217 



Ovyoliff, Boemer 218 

a fvtia, n.8., Whitfield, 1886, pL zxrUi, figs. 1^48 218-219 



PkmofMO. Mtoud 219 

P. jB^pfiflO, IL8., Whitfield, 1886^ pL xxriU, figs. H 26 219-220 

AMOkddiB, 

Ptr^^Unmya, Cmmd , 220 

P. enMMato.lL 8.. Whitfield, 1888^ pLxxTiii, figs. 20, 21 220-221 

Seotton TL— Lemellibniichietft from the Booeae nads of New Jersey. 

OHnida^ 

OMrwi, LfniUMis , 222 

O.^{0««oiioid«i,iL 8., Whitfield, 1886, pL zzix, fig. 2 222-223 

O.(^l00ft-i(miaf)Uiip«M(/U<t.iL 8., Whitfield, 1886. pLxzix, fig. 1 228 

thyplUBa, Jmbi. 

0.MiC0Mlari«, LMn.,pl.sdx,flg8.7,8 224 ^ 

Peettnida. 

Ptfcten, Klein 224 

P. Im«icft«mi, Conrad. pL zzix, figs. 8-6 224-226 

P. ri^,n.a.j Whitfield, 1886^ pLzziz, fig. 6 226 

AwimOa tm noi a^ Ceanrad, pLzziz, flg.0 226^227 

Kuauttdm. 

JVtMtlo, Lam. 227 

iV:«<r0«, n.8., Whitfield, 1886. pL zzix, fig. 12 227-228 

ITwmimia, M5roh 228 

jr. oOoria. Conrad, pL zzix, figs. 15k 16 228-229 

JTMuloria, Conrad 229 

jr. 8«MMida,n. a., Whitfield, 1886. pLzkix, figs. 18, 14 229-280 

.4«ifM«,Poli 280 

^. MmnMK,n.s., Whitfield, 1886, pLxzix, figs. 10, 11 230 

AHmrtUUB. 

AttarU, Qowerhy 281 

^. eoftofMOa, n.8., Whitfield, 1886, pL XXX, figi. 1,2 281 

^.^l(mii0UifpitMrta,n. a., Whitfield, l886,pL xxx, figB.8,4 282 

OlM-dtta,Bnig. 282 

ajMTonli^tta, C<«rad,pLxxx,figa.8-10 282-238 

C.ftrifloiii. n.8., Whitfield, 1886. pL xxx, figs. 11, 12 283-231 

OroMOtaZZa, Lam 284 

aatts.Conrad,pLxxix,fig.l7 234-23S 

a o&ll9iMKa,n.s.. Whitfield, 1886b pLxxix, fig. 18, and pL 80, figs. 18, 14 235-280 

Omdiidm, 

Pnt o tardkum, Beyr. , 236 

P. McrlMM, Conrad, 1870, pLzzx, figi.6-7 286-237 



Oaryalif, Boemer 237 

a <waKt,n. a., Whitfield, 1886. pL XXX, figa. 16^ ]«... 287-288 

74Mi(i, Conrad. 1871 288 

7. 0^w(kamh ii.a., Whitfield, 1886, pL xxx, fig. 17 288-288 



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Obrfrtila, Brag. m 

0.(K«ara)nanUoid4i,iLB,,WkdtAad,m^jLTXx,tlC^lS,19 M-MO 

^MBTOkGrey MO 

Jir.a9i(ifali»<t.ii.8., Whitflflld,188S,pLzzz.fl«8.90,21 U^-m 

pkoUtdideB, 

Pmniphoku,Coand,mS 241 

P.JbM<«temi,iLB.,Whitfldd.l88fi^pLzzz.flgB.22-M MI-MS 

TtndOt Linn. MS 

7. «maMrata,n.s., Whitfield, 1885^ pLxxz,flg. 25 212 

Seotkm YIL— UnlonidB, from the oUya et Slth Honee, Camden County. 

ITiiio, Retrina 2M 

U,ntmUoid49^ Le% 1868, pL xxziv, figs. 4.5 M4-M6 

r.redietoidw, Lee, 1868, pLsa»hc figs. 1^ Mft-M« 

U.ntbrotundoidti, Lee, 1868, pLxzxii, flg.5 M6-M7 

r.eortowidM, Lee, 1868, pLzzxii. flg.3 M7 

ITlAiMMroMMbt, Lee, 1868^ pLxz^, 0g.4 218 

r.r0«iofoitfM,Lee,1868,p1.zxxl.flg.3,endpLzxziii,flg8.1,2,andpLzzziT,flg.7. M8-M0 
v. V g&m m H mt idti , Lee, 1868, pL zxzi, fig. 1, end pi. zzzli,.flg. 4^ end pL xxzir, 

ilg.8 218 

r.olatoidM, Lee, 1868,pLzxxiil, flgs.8,4,endpLxzziT, flg.6 

U.pnmnodontoidsttiLB,, Whitfield, 1885, pLxxzl, fig. 2 

r.rMtoidM, n.B., Whitfield, 1885, pi. xxxii,fige. 1,2 

Afiode»ta, CuTier 2S1 

A.grtmdoids9, Lee, 1868, pi. xzxr, flge.S^8 MU-ae 

A.eer)wl0nloidM;iLee,1868,pixxxT,flg.l 202 

Section vm. Appendix. 

Cleieifiedlietof thetpedeedeeoribedintlMeTolune 98B-JM 

e. 

Wextpisld, B. p., amd Hall^ Jambs, (flee HsU, James, and Whitifield, B. P.) 
"WmtnmLD, B. P., amd Wnm, C. A. (flee WUto^ a A., and Whitfield, B. P.) 



SUPPLEMENT. 



THE WBITINQS OF J. W. BAILST. 

Bajl$x, J. W' Notes conoernioiC the. minerals and foetUs ooUeoM l^y lieutenant J. 
W. Abert, while engaged in the geographical examination of Kew Mezioo. <Bep. 
of Lient. J. W. Abert of hki Examination of New Mexioo in the years 1846-^47. 
Ex. Doc. No. 41, pp. 547-548, and 3 plates. Washington [1849]. 

Piste [I] fboes p. 522, uid oonUina foMll leAyet from the oosl beds of the Baton. 

Piste [U] fboes p. 64S, sad oontsint shsrks* teeth sad some fikutoropods from Pohlssoii sod 
•n [AtkyrU] from Tneiio. 

Piste [m] fMes p. 647, ssd cootsfais sn Inoetromiut IprotUmatiefu] sod s tomSi lesf from 
the eosl bed st Sston. 

THE WEITINGS OF I. H. NICOLLET. 

KicoLLBTy I. N. List of FossilA belonging to the several ^rmations allndi^d to in the 
Bepert; arraaged aeconUng to localities. <Bep. intended to iUostoate a ICap of 
the HydrograpMcal basin of the Upper Mississippi riyer made by I. N. Nicollet. 
86th Congress, 9d session. Senate Ex. Doc. No. 837. Appendix 0, pp. 107-170. 

Washington, 1843. 

Psge. 

^try!P«lMi^vlala,ii.s..Kloo]let»lMS 1S7 

OMrM eoN^ffta, Omrsd 1S9 

A Isrge nomher of fossils sre mentkmed by their generio Bsmes sad ssid to be new ipeeles, 
bat BO spedflo nsme is giyen snd they sie not described. 

THE WRITINGS OF HIBAM A. PEOUT. 

1. 

PaouT, H. A. Description oi New 8peeisa<tf Bryosoa frrom Texas aad Hew Mexico, 
collected by Dr. George G. Shnmard, Geologist of the U. S. Bxpeditiim for Boring 
Artesian Wells along the 32d Parallel, nnder the direction of Capt. John Pope, 
U.S. Corps Top. Eng. <Trans. St. Lonis Aca^* ScL, yoL i, pp. 228-235. 1368. St. 
Lonis,185&-^60. 



jnniefteBalHted«roMlato,iLs.,Pioat»1858 ^ .^^ 

l)HMi<0iIsj»^»pMiia,ii.s., PToat,1858 ..., 

JtaMKcOaeorei6ata,n. 8., Front, 1858 280 

^•iMft0Oa<nlsnii«d<a,iL8..Proat,1858 881 

l^iMKeiIssano6ai«,ii.B.,Pnmt,1868 881-888 

Hm4ttdla8humardii,n.B.,'PTtmt,l8SB 888 

AtiMteBa nonooodiona, n. 8., Pnmt, 1858 888 

F§nuteaa»ubre^farmi8,iL9,,TTimt,18BS 288-884 

M9dimufameeniriea,jLB.,'Ptoat,lBSS 884 

£$eharar fuftercutofo, n. ■., Front, 1868 « 884-88B 

1^>— Bull. 30 18 SW^ 






274 BULLETIN NO. 80, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



Prout, H. a. Second Series of Descriptions of Bryozoa ^m the Palnoroio* Bocks ol 
the Western States and Territories. <Trans. St. Louis Acad. Set., yoL i, pp. 266- 
373, pi. xvi, figs. 2 a, ft. 1858. St. Louis, 1656^60. 



THE WKITINGS OF BENJAMIN F. SHUMABD. 

B0UMABD, B. F. Paleontology. <Bep. of a geological exploration from Fort Leaves 
worth to Bryan's Pass, made in connection with the surrey of a road from For 
Biley to Bridger's Pass, under command of Lieutenant F. T. Bryan, topograph 
ical engineer, 1856, by H. Engelmann, geologist and mining engineer. <Bep. o 
the Secretary of War. Message ftt>m the President of the U. S. to the 35th Cod 
gress, 1st session, Ex. Doc. No. 2, vol. ii, pp. 517-620. Washington, 1857. 

Gives two lists and notes of fossils, and describes one new species MytShu mgdmmwid, 

FOflSns OF TBS COAL MBASUBIS. 

Pt'oduoda i!pfaad«fw, Norwood A Pratten *. SI 

P»wdu«(ut vtUMTti, D'Orbigny : 51 

Prodtt«ftt« ne&rMMVMit, Owen, D. D 61 

Produetitf <S9uioo«fatu#, Shnmard 51 

iVodti«Ctt« «0fnir«<iou2aCutf, Mart., sp 51 

OftofMeM •mOAii, Norwood A Pratten 51 

TtT^broUdat 9uJtttaUa,mXi .'. 51 

Bpifnfer pUsno-convexti^^jaaax^ 51 

Spiiifer fMU9ebaeKanu9^'BjQeaiec^ F 518-51 

Spirifer kttUuek«ruU,S\iyimKA 51 

JZhynoonstta f 61 

Atrypa f 61 

OrfMtina um^nMulum / Buob, sp 61 

AttpkaUk. 

Ifyoiina mcfr^tuidrato, Shumard 61 

ify({(M0fi^dImafini,n.s.,Bhamard,1857 61 

Area 1 61 

P«0ten O0ewlsn(a2w, Shomard 61 

Aviouia f 51 

' FOeSOS OF TBI OBSTAOIOUB FOBICATIOH. 

AiMiMidUtperaeuUu»fB.,&.M •. 59 

SoopMfaf mandtffMfwif, Morton, sp 59 

iSoapAitM niooOeti, Morton, sp 69 

RotttUaria n^rcwowuit, Bvans A Bhnmard 68 

OMrsa «oiV0ffa, Conrad 69 

Jnoe0r«Miii» mp«u, Mantell 59 

JnooaronHa baroMni, Morton 59 

InoeeramuiaagenHtt O^ea,!).!) 51 

InoeeramuifragUU^B., St'M. 69 

inoMnimia tenf ttjiiinsadtf, Hall A Meek 69 

Anaaiumardi,U,AB. 69 

Tertetnal scales and iln bones of flahes 89 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



[The pftge inimben In hesry tjpelndioate leferenees to theorigiiial dctoriptloiii.] 



L Page. 

48 

!!• 

120 

Aeanthoeardiimi M 

AcMrthoclailia MoaAeaaim 19^367 

AeanthoteUon 36, M, 68. 61, 179 

ereni OS»01,179 

liu»qiialii S6»46 

BtimpMBi S6>4«,ei,170 

Aonthoteltonids M 

AcM - 96 

106»141,161 

141,161 

AeepbalA 225^ 288; 266^ 266, 274 

AcermlniA 106; 150, 166, 168, 228 

a^jimetlTa 1S6,168 

dftTidKml 166 

pentagons 106;108 

67.76.186 

eenleptft 78 

fffatfrfmi^*'ifff*f 78 

himiate 67 

ise 

96 

AcUs 74»8e;i68 

lobviflte 66 

fstorenMiii KKi 

swaUoriaoA 74 

AeniMoeoidflnteUs 108 

108 

102 

102 

85 

lia,9S9 

hjwm iia,9S9 

106,161 

mfnatos 106,161,169 

Aewttid© 169,186 

tdiohotom* 189 

196 

126,129,189 

189 

pytOkniak 196,129 

196,129 

94,101,148 

101 

13 

59 



IMWvula . 




Page. 

AotBon interoslaiU 64 

melaiienas 821 

pygniMis 221 

(SdUdnlA) attamvto 18 

•triatus 221 

sabeUiptioiu 14,101 

wooflteri 143 

AotnonelU 29,210 

•yrlaoa 916 

AotaMmemA striate 220 



Aoteonide 101 

ActBoniaa 29,86.143 

bipUoate 48 

ndnvte 86 

48 



pzoaocheila 143 

AotnooiiiM 29 

Aotiiiaria 96,142,165 

Aottnooeramas 47,07 

Aotinooens 27 

AotliioeriiiidA 53,81 

Aottnoorinites 81,87 

delioatiu 81 

longas 81 

penicOlas 81 

soolptiUa 87 

aonlptns* 81 

Aetinoertmu 23,26,87,88,41,42,50,118,127, 

180, 149. 105 
(ABopxotallooriiiiis) euoonos . 38 
( Amphoraorinns t) conoavns . . 96 
•abtnrbi- 

natos 93 

araneoliis y... 93 

aateriaons 93 

(Batooriniu) asteriscos 42 

dodeoadftotylna.. 42 
pistUliformia.... 41 

piatUlas 69 

oalyoolos var. pardinensis ... 40 

oandniniB 42 

delioataB 87 

dodeoadaotyltxs 96 

evaaaU 949 

nashTilltt Tar. snbtraotua — 118 

pistmns 37 

(Pradocrinnst) ampins 96 

pyriformia var. mdis 26 

qnadritpinns 118 



276 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Aottiioeiiiios(SaooooriniiBf)a]Dphi8 M 

•dtalot 93,43 

■flUmMii 90,42 

speoiosot 513 

(Spharooriniu) oonoAvas 87 

onioomicna 9499 251 

nOidm , 93 

▼iattons 197,180 

wftohamnfhi 118,149.166 

Aotinopterift 194 

boydi 194 

AotinoMM 139. 180^ 181, ia«^ 188^ 14i 147, 168, 

188,192 

Aidopthalmiu iDMoneiitU f 68 

Admete (Admetopds) gregaiia 184 

fgrefCMrU 76 

f sabftiflifonnit 76 

frbomboidM 76 

AdmetidjB 186 

AdnetopBiA 184,144 

rbomboides 144 

sabftisilbrmit 144 

Aion* 268 

6wfiJen»l» 269 

pApyiift 269 

JBora 269 

OP©too«k ^. 269 

Aguii4es 104 

Aguioocrinnfl 26,82,88,164 

gradlii 96 

nodosQS 82 

spiingeri 1^4 

whitflddl 88 

Agaronift poDotnlifera 222 

AgassizoorlnQs 86,87,249,261 

owbonarU 86 

ohMterensis 85 

oonlcM 85,949,261 

d«otylifoniii« 265 

gibbotns 86 

pentAgoniu 86 

AgelAorinites ^ 64, 78; 88 

(LepidttdiwoB) <rincinii>ticn- 

Bis 78 

•qoAinosaB 54,88 

pQoiit 78 

TortioellAU 78 

Agnoatiu 126,129.189,198,284 

aoadicoB 198 

bident 189 

oommnnis 189,934 

intentrioto 196,129 

neon 189,934 

proUmgat 189,934 

rlobmondenais 189 

aeolnsos 189 

tnmidosos 934 

AgTMiloB 81,190,199 

Agnraloa 1 81 

AgraolMf globotns ^ 190 

oweni 81 

quAdrangalarU 199 

Akera 261,264 

glanfrorjM 9619 264 

AlAba 102 



AlMmodonte M 

AloyonMlA ! 91 

Aleotryonia 97, 186, 161. 15f 

AliBthopterlswhitneyi 941 

AUp« IC 

AUopoMlloerlnns 88,A 

ABofiima. . , .8^ 46^«, 78, 86; 89, 90^ 183, 188, 147, 141 

168,165,178,211 

f altinwtntA 19,21 



94j 

(Ceroomyop8is)pleiixopitfhA.... 8 

(CluBnoniy*) bybilda 6 

foooperi 19,2 

oortate 8e;9 

elegans 61,8 

geinitiii 8 

fgflberti 147,16 

f lMTenwortb«nris 19,2 

iBMJmiimitlB 138,16 

nnon]*anU 935 

(Sedgwiokift),g«initxii 7 

gnnoM 7 

pleniopiBth* 61 

reflexA 72 

I snbeleguu 72 

sabemiottto 19; 20; 82, 78, 148^ 17 

TM 18 

(craiiiudis 93! 

TentriooM 67,8 

winohelli 67,8 

Alvf^teB 62,108.15 

goldAinl 18 

mnltOamelU 161 

rookford«naU 19 

▼alloram 6i 

Ammnropsis. .' 102,96 

paladineformis 102,26 

AmbooaliA , 81,11 

(SpirifiBrf) minnto Ill 

AmbonioMTdi* 964 

oookU 9m 

AmbonyobiA 66^56; 7 

aontlnMirlB 6 

oarinate 28 

ooatoto 7 

IntennedU 6^ 

(Heg*pttt*)a3«te 69,7 

oMd 41, 79; 14 

Ammonites 28,35, 98, 101185, 208, 209, 210, »( 

227,246,258,266^98 

aento-oarinatns 99i 

bellmapU 94: 

cbeyennensiB 9Wi 

oomplenu 14,19 

▼ar. snoiaensis 97,9 

oordlfonnis l#^8flt^ 

rar.dlBtatifl 20 

galpim 961 

geaiioolAtoa 911 

glbbonianna M 

gimyaonenaia 15 

bam i; 

bemyi 19,8 

1« 



DH>8X OF GENEBA AND 6PECIE& 



277 



tiknlAria 



. 260 
. 919 
. 919 
. 955 
. 9M 
. 99 
. 107 



utmhtayaiaM ....ll^tOS 

BOTi-nModoMift «.. 94S 

950 

m 

perMriDAtns 14»ai5 

penrlaiiat 34S 

ptokfiringt 227 

plaflwrta, T«r. intercalMto 21 

dekftyl, tat. iatsMAl- 

mtU 136 

pleuriMpto 919 




diTttrgens 
f 



iaphistegiii* 

42,64.82 

64.82 

82 

42 

.121,180;16M08.228 

248 

ftrngUto 191 

ysadeUi... 166 

iaphz«otifonBk 136*100 

107 

po^«Ui 180, 188, 197 

I^»iil1lni alvwrta 2S1 




AaatlMk dalbornensifl 220 

80, 82, 84k 100, 100, 111, 184. 261, 
262,264,271 

04, 102, 111. 127, 184, 187» 148, 264 

biangiilftto 48 

(I>iepaiioolile]il«i)aaMElotBa 4% 102 

deoemlirato... 48 

modgMum 143 

nebrncwMla..48^102, 
264 

pralftblate 148 

iMtnte 48 

raid* 148 

ffftuilbniiiA 111,184 

h^ydani 143 

Btirbenyi 94 

nnptiali* 126,197 

pMTm 48^102 

prakfaUta 13y 

mida 137 

traUMTli »..4%108,264 

AaeiUMiAeloiigftte 222 

ABriHopatoaltae 222 

Aa^Udn 106 

AMykmns 104,200^261,266 

annnlatom 150 

foh^oieiiais — Iff 

(HamitM) OMiit 19 

Jenneyl 991,266 

fnebTMoensU Iff 

niooQettt 14 

Mifedenita 999 

trieMtetnt 991«266 

fmioiim 104 

AncyloceratMto 104 

Aneylos 112 

nndnUtM ....9ff, 112; 166^ 170 

Aogolas 100 

128 

99,102,112,184,148,264 

•iTMlos 21, 108; 264 

boreiOia 81,102,184,264 

oentnle 79^184,148 

inaqnieoatatoa 48 

20; 21, 108, 264 

21.102,112 

ahnmardi 102 

21,101; 264 

46 

Anlaorliyiichiu 101 

AaiaolliTxia 201 

Asiana 84, 106; 106 

Ammlaria 148 

liwigifali^ 140 

86 

140; 160,171 

tangiiatate 167 

feattaUlleDaU. 167 

oorpnlentoidaa 278 

daourtato 170 

graadflidaa 178 

parallalA 149,160,168 

prnpatocia 199^160,106 

AaodontopaU 70,104 

amygdalafiynnis 194 



278 



INDEX OP GENEBA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

Anodontopsifl t milleTl 60,70 

(Modiolopsia f) anionoides. . . 70 

imionoides •• 

Anolox gigantea 222 

pUcata 222 

ADmnalocaidia trigintinaria 80 

AiJumalooTixms '. 87,56,77 

inonmu 77 

AtiitmalocystiteB 77 

( Ateleooystites) b a 1 a n- 

oldes •9,77 

AncimJa 93, 05, 97, 158, 160, 211, 213, 219. 286 

argentaria 266 

conoentrica 99, 95 

gryphorhynohoB T 1, 160, 168 

mioTonema 88,160,168 

nitida 93 

fobUqna 91,07 

(Placnnopsia f ) gryphorbynooB 77 

propatoris 158, 167 

ndtifonnia Ill 

■nboostata 211,218,210 

anbtrigonalia 91,07 

teUinoides 266 

anomiidaB 07,111,266 

Anomocare v IW 

fpamiin 190 

Aunmolaoardia rhomboidella 220 

AuumphaliiB 40, 87 

rotulos 40,87 

AntbopbyllaiD coneifonne 220 

expanBom 94T 

Antbracerpei! 37,46,53 

typiiB 3T,46 

Aatbiacoptera 61,165 

tffragillB...... 41,61 

polita 165 

Aoibnoopiipa obioes«>ia 167 

AntbtapabBmon 87,46,61,170 

graoiUs 37,46,61,170 

ApUrodina 100,260 

tippana 260 

Aplooerae 27 

Aporrbaldae 102,111,184,264 

Apoirhaia 102,264 

biangnlata 102 

deoemlirata 48 

(Gonioobeila) oastorenalB 961, 264 

meeki 961,264 

newberryi 264 

parva 91,48 

Bublavifl 91,48 

Aptyciba 20 

Amcbnida 61 

Aracbnopbyllnm 993 

Area 02,137,207,208,200,211,218,215,216,217, 

218,267,270 

f 206,274 

aooUvlB 907 

AltiroBtriB 267 

bbMDdunenBlB 909 

brevlfroDB 907 

canalU 50.915,216 

oarbonaria 20 

f ooalvillenais 137 



Paga 

Area oongeata 6(^91ff,216 

(CaooQaa) Gordata 19 

eqnilateialia 17 

inornata 18,180 

Bhamardi 19 



dedlvia 907 

derlnola 900 

eqnJlatoralis 82 

fabiformia 908 

Inofla 50 

indoiata 907 

longa 900 

miorodonta 50,211,218 

obiapoaiia 917 

oiientalia 907 

paraUeDa 70 

protraota 50 

qnindacemradJata 270 

rbomboidella 220 

Bbmnaidi 274 

striata 51 

Babelongata 918 

Babrotuodata 907 

BoIoatiDa 956 

Byriaoa 907 

trilineata 50,915,216 

vaooonTerexiaia 17 

AroadiB 28 

AroeBtes UO, 146^ 168. 230 

t f 146^168 

foinatoB 146,163,989 

gabbi 119,280 

tperplanixB 110,230 

ArceatldsB U0,289 

ArobsDoocaris 00 

vermiformia 80 

Aroheooidaridn 48 

ArobAocidariB 23, 44, 72, 127. 181, 186, 150. 161. 

168,106,245 

1 10.87 

oiatia 136,168 

dininnU 150,168 

gradllB 945 

longiBpiniia 945 

maoronata 93,44 

ornatoB 181,945 

triplex 151 

triBetrata 79 

trudifer 197,181 

ArohnooailB vonnifonniB 68 

ArobimedeB 147,154,248 

laxa i... 154 

Arobimedipora 04 

f 04 

arcbimedeB 855 

Axobiteotonloaabotti 48 

benrioi 221 

oniat* S81 

plana 221 

pBeadogrannlata 221 

Axddn 83,08,111,134,282,263,267,270 

Aroins 88 

AroopageUa 70, 100 

Ymaerodonta lOO 



i 



INDEX OF OEMERA AND SPECIES. 



279 



Page. 

InopHeOft mactroides V^, 100 

inopagia 215. 218. 217, 218 

im-diatta 915,216 

texana 218 

\ Hilda SMT 

Annieomaaf 261 

190 

190 

28^180^269 

(Crepioephaliu) oweni 98 

pastalatos 186 

triponetatoa., 999 

Anboget 102 

AitieolaU 31. 35. 46, 56. 66^ 68, 89,74.79, 80. 81. 

84. 91. 106. 106, 109, 186, 186. 
188, 144. 158. 159, 165^ 260. 261 

Aaaphlieos 129 

wbMleri 129 

Aaaplnu 79.91.185.186,191,248 

banandi 939 

earibMMiisia 191 

fenrloaa 191 

emoryi 9SS 

honiidonotoidea 189 

(liotehu) iowenaia 260 

megiatos 79 

TigUana 90,91 

(Megalasplat) goniooercoa 79 

romiogeri 189 

viaoonaeoaia 189 

liiphonida 266 

Aatarte 80,34,164,207.208.209.218,286,262, 

263.266,271 

arotato 997 

tarenoaa 939 

fiartanena 971 

engonaU 997 

eranal 263 

ttegllia 99,34.262 

gemma 994,225 

gibboaft 51 

gregarift 15 

inomaU 99,84 

Untea 

InefaHrfdM 

mfaratiaaima 230 

mortonenaU 51 



nabraaoenaia 51 

ociantaUa 907 

paokardi 194,180 

parra 230 

parretna 997 

planimarginata 971 

mbooxdAta 999 

•abUneoIaU 908 

^yriaoa 997 

texaaa 918 

imdnloaa 998 

▼aUiBBeriaikiia 61 



999 

AatartaDa 90,144,166 

!.... 09 



Page; 

AaUrteDa gnrieyl 144,163 

newberrji *99 

▼arlea 90 

aatartlda... 260.268,270.271 

AatartUa 994,223 

foorpnleiita 999 

oydaa 994,225 

oyprina !I5M, 225 

cythena 994,225 

intrepida 994,225 

polita 994,225 

tnoarena 994,225 

AatereidM 26 

Aatarlaa 260.261 

daUnm 999,261 

Afteridm 24 

Aaterdidea 40.44.60.61.78,260.261 

AatneoapongU 58 

baTnlltontmata 41, 58 

Aatna ftingiformia 247 

fgigaa 947 

mamfflaria 947 

Aatrodapaia 919,217 

antiaeUi 919,217 

Aatyloapongia 56, 193 

foarboiunia 41 

ffobriatlaiil 99 

promona 91 

Athyrla 24.48.72,85,89,92,94.109.148.178,196. 

196,286,245,278 

angallca 198 

ol*ytoiii 939 

onwaioaidinaUa 119 

blreuta .196 

lameUoaa 80 

parriroatra 94- 

perainiaat* 199 

planoanlcata 48,939 

roiaayl 109 

aabqnadrataf 235 

SQbtlliU. . .52, 72, 85, 92, 94. 109, 178. 245, 246 

▼maU 148 

AtUmtide 121 

Atrypa :. 58, 62, 94, 106; 148. 196. 247. 248 

1 274 

aapara 58; 62, 94 

oomia 999 

deaqnamaU 193 

llmitarlaf 247 

UognlaU 5873 

orbionlaria 248 

priaoa 247 

TetdoalarU 58; 62, 94. 108, 148, 198 

Atari* angnatataa 50 

orbionlata 48 

Taauzemi .* 282 

Anoella 86^176 

oonoentrloa Tar 176 

erringtoni 85 

Tar. linguifiDniiia 86 

baosmaiml 51.52 

Anlaoomya 96 

Anlopbyllnm 68 

frlobazdaoni 99 

Anlopon aeip«iia *.19^M7 



280 



INBBX OF QSSnSSiiL AND SFECSBO. 



Avlopoift tobeformis 943 

AvliMtegea 121 

gnadalapenaia 94M 

spondylifonnls 190,121 

AulonUdB 112 

Anattella rigid* 997 

ATalauft sobglobou 14,20,102 

Avkxul* 94, 78, 86, 186, 208.20 

f 224^274 

abmpta 47 

umota 271 

oonTexo*plMio 47 

ox«tAoeft 47 

oorU 49 

f onttft •.... 282 

fflbxoM Iff 

hftydeni 13,47 

iridesceos 47 

lulpes 47 

lingniformia 47 

long* 78,86 

(MonotU) tannioMfftta 18 

morgMieiisis 86 

ouilUngiilft 60 

munsteri 49 

nebraaoaiiA 47,965 

obtonga 94 

(Oxytonw) gafltrodes 76 

maonnuitft 262 

parkenaU 136 

pedemalis 47 

petroM 47 

pinnaformii 51 

planUnlea 47 

(Pseadoptera) proplenn i 76 

rbytophoTft 76 

Mmariensia 968 

■pclnncariA 61 

sabgibbou 91,47 

fsnlcftto 78 

triangularis 47 

▼oJgensiaf 226 

ATicnllda) 20,82,962,968,267 

ATlcnUne.. 20,82 

ATioolopeoten 24,82,48,46,61,78,80,89,00,04, 

110,116.110,127.182,146, 
162,164,178,106,286,286 

» 82 

afBnla 196 

•ItM 146,162 

MnplM .94,82,48 

barlingtonenaia 94^48 

oarbonarins 87 

carbonifenu....>. 78,178 

oataotiiB 110 

ooroyana ^ 197,182 

coxaona 94,45,78 

crenistriatos 66,80 

caitO'Oardiiialis... 936 

* (Enmiorotist) angnstensia'.. 936 

earelcensia 196 

flmbriatns 41 

grandoooatas 110 

bagnei 196 

hawni 51 



ATkndopectcnldahoeiikiis ..Uli,m 

indiaiieiiais .41v61 

intttUnealva ..iM»46,lt];i78 

koninokU 94ttf 

Itmafiiniiis.. 116 

maooyi ^82^182 

nagleetoB 78^ 86; 87 

nodooostataa 116 

oblongns 48 

ooeidiifi0Ha HO 

oooidentalis 46»7S,lt];178 

oweni 94»a 

paraUs....*. 90 

paiTvlna 286 

peaW 146 

tpealei 161 

peUnoidns 94»45 

perooddena 196 

pintoenaU 196 

(Paeadomoiiotia) idahimrti. 71 

landoIpbeDaia 41 

aandnakyenaia 67 

apiniilifema 64 

(Strebloptorfat) harteeri.. 66,90 

aupentriotaa 164 

ntabenaia 94,119 

weberenais 9S6 

wWtai 1. 76 

-wfllianiai 68 

wlndbelli 89 

Arionlo-peotiniiMD 99 

ATioolopiima 78 

amaricana 92,79,99 

pimuBfonnis 09 

AzinBa 96,108;Ul,160»SUk»6 

bazbarenaiB 916, 216; 917 

snblmbrioata 98 

wyomingeoaia 11.1. 

Azinea 217,997,171 

alte 987 

oonradi 9yi 

holmesiaika 160 

mortoni 997 

Axinioe 04 

AxtniiB 969 

rotandatna 90 

(Sohiaodoa) OTatoa 19«90 

aeonris ^... 968 

Axopbyllnm 02.121,177 

nidla 92,191,177 

Aathemia 917 

B. 

BaouUtea 28, 99, 94, 108» 185^ 909 

f 990 

aBoepaTar. obtnaaa 91^ 199 

aaper 109 

baoolns 9& 

obiooenaia * 98 

oompreaaoa 14^108 

grandia 14, IM 

Inomatns 9W 

oooidentalia 97, 98 

orataa 14, 17, 101^ ISS 

■yriaona 



JSBEOL C¥ QBNERA. AND «PEeiE8. 



281 



."!.r."'.!.!.l.. 198 

IkMift f »7 

82,182 

19,90,88,182 

, 227 

wtraUuiis 91T 

88»148,158 

bttbulttte IM 

ooftlrineiisiB 148 

(PolyiMmAf ) parmttala. 86 

, 106 

BmdftiobeUiptioA .*. 148 

wyondngcnsU ,. 148 

B«ndtA 181 

f f *. 181 

moooyi EM 

fii^eriniu ^4,88,84 

fceometrioiu 88 

boTeyl 88 

TM>. heroolMS 64,88 

iMigpfflciM 54,88 

88 

88 

■pMtabflis 64,84 

•abtamidas 88 

Btca^hyUmn 67,144 

I f areuffiam 68 

ftmgaliu 144 

BMonmalophoiA 186 

BrrtkyamphAlnt 84» 1(HI» 187, 181 

JMiyiinUiu (Aaaphlfloaa) bnidtoyi 76 

Brrtkynras 186,101,284 

mrmmtoM 180 

tOQDg«D6liS 191 

f haydeiii 76 

langispizkiis 18d 

pogonipenalB... 984 

sezxAtns 76 

ttiiiiimiitiu 191 

f tabnrookitas 191 

42,64,81 

f wediynm ff4»81 

ehiU^ 81 

(Sretmooriniis) negleotas . . . ff4» 81 
remUmohifttna. 81 

pyrifomda 81,87 

qoMilQS ff4»81 

troohiaens M, 81 

82 

147.168 

tioUtarift 147,168 

106 

fbolbOM 19,106 

pftTJlUw • 48 

81, 85, 06, 111, 178, 288 

d«iiniB 19,86,05^178,283 

macritoUs 176 

neyiideiiait Ill 

padfloos.... 85 

paxiDoaa 48 

81, 85k 105, HI, 283 

60^118,120 

typna 118 

whttil 49,60 



Page. 

.84, 42; 40, 66, 74, 81, 117, U8, 128, 188, 

182, 188, 147. 151, 164, 18i 178, 

186k 107,286,246^247, 248, 268 

allagorieaa .196,^ 

bflaUatoa 117 

Ulobatoa 848 

bowmanl w. 188 

(Biieaiiia) platjatoma 85 

flartwmaThia 74,178 

oombal 198 

eniaiia ....94,48,132,178 

eyitoUtM 42 

gUMoni 184 

inapaoioaiia 181 

iiit«rUaealiia 61 

lada 106 

\jn 106 

miynai^alni 197 

61 

74 

mlorompliatiia 228 

74 

988 

■awberryl ....67,81 

aodoeaiinataa 178 

118 

81 

palopa 186 

pawmrinatni 74^178 

perelagaiiB 117 

perpleza 198 

propiaqniia .67,81 

aeriptifonia 118 

atriotua 993,228 

aublAvla 164 

aabpapUloana 147,184 

tttrtiUa m 

nndiilataa *998, 228 

▼incnlatoa 117 

Bellanphontfds 80,182 

BeUimwaa 80»48 

dans 86,48 

Beiyriahl* 121.188,101,106 

bella 188 

oinolnnattenaia 187 

tetoidaa 191 

Uthofiotor 199 

Tar.valata 120 

petriflustor 191 

Tar.velata 121 

(Priiiiitia)oooidMitaUa 198 

Blaaloldaa 26,44.120 

Baeaohtopoda 20,22,24»28,27, 80,81, 

38, 41, 48, 44. 45, 56, 68; 67, 68, 60, 
80,.81, 82, 64, 88k 72, 78, 80, «6k 80, 
00, 01, 02, 04, 80, 08, 108, 100, 110. 
118, 118, 121, 128k 187, 120, 130, 181, 
188, 188, 148; 147, 148, 148, 151, 164, 
156, 102, 183, 186k 177, 180, 100, 102, 
106; 226, 282, 283, 284, 285k 238, 260. 
258,255,267,280,201,282, 286. 274 

Bfaobydcmtoa .140,158,180 

Braobyspira ^ ..... 150 

Bieylaroa 00,267 



282 



IKDEX OF GEKEBA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

BTCTiATOft B&fEordi 287 

Bryr^Mfl 1», 164, 253, 265, 2S7, 274 

BaciuieUa nana #• 

BacardtniB 34 

BaeeinldflD 103 

Bui I.' iDcifasiis diegoensia 222 

BntHjUopsia 219 

parry! dl9 

Baeirbiiun 205 

fdevinctam 906 

integnim 90ff 

fnebiasoends 14 

sonrerbii 221 

fyincnlom 13 

Backifleraa 185 

•wallovi 185 

BiiliHinea 106 

BulititttiilimnflBfonnis 1€9 221 

nebiaecenaia 16 

perversns 221 

fterea 1«,221 

f Termioolaa — lft» 221 

Bulioti* 108,161 

aUvns 186,161,169 

dfadnnotns 14UI, 161.168 

floridanna 170 

longinaoolua 108, 161, 160 

rhomboideoa 106,161,160 

aabdongataa 106,161,160 

BoHa,, 212,214 

dekayl 220 

Jflgnlaria S»1SI,214 

minor 14 

occidentalla 14 

petroaa 50.966 

Hnboylindiica 16 

Tolvaria 14 

Bollklte , 101,264 

BuraiKsrinns 66»60,118 

oonflrmatna 118 

wachsmnthi 96,50 

Butyoont 211,218 

balrdl 16 

fblakei 911,218 

foregonensia 50 

BttthtLBff carbonarlns 53 

BS^inella 150 

gregaria 76,159,170 

C. 

Celentorata 177 

Calo*>oorlnna 63, 82, 83, 188 

bairandil 188 

fbradleyi 63,83 

fwachamathi 63,82 

CAlcfoli* 00 

CamanMaa 158 

danai 13 

oregonenaia 997 

ulrichi 163,167 

Cilllpteria 149 

aumvantt 149 

28,100,269 

(Aphrodinaf) tennia 100 



Page. 

CaDiata delawarenaia Mi 

deweyi 28 

(Boatnlopafa) deweyi 100 

nebr— oen al a 100 

orbioolata 100 

owenaaa 100 

eafMenaia 48 

fpeUocida 190 

Calloaroa 96 

Callonema 195 

ooddentaUa 166 

Calobates 101 

Calophyllom 993 

Calymene 79,148 

bofo...., 217 

aenaria 79,148 

Calymenids 260,261 

Calyptnea trochifonnia 221 

CamsBna 106 

Camarophoria 48.196,297 

fbianloata 966,257 

ooopereaaia 196 

globnlina 58 

Bohlotheimif 257 

aabtxigonia 43 

awalloviana 967 

Camerinids 81 

Camerooeraa 129 

Campeloma 107,112,162.166 

maorospiia 112,163,168 

(Helantho) maerospira 6S 

moltilineata 107,162,169 

mnltilinealnm 221 

mnltiatriata 107,162,169,221 

prodnoto 166, 180 

Tetola 107.168,180 

vetolam 221 

Campophyllom 72,109,177 

f tezanom 5MT 

torqalnm 72,177 

Ci^toneotea 88, 49, 96, 127, 188, 164, 236, 263 

( Amoatam) barlingtonenaia . 206 

beUistriata 95 

belUstriatoa 88,49,188,236.263 

oalyatna 230 

extennataa 88,49^180,236,262 

parma 

pertenniatriatna 

plateaaa 197,138 

plateiaiframia 164 

atygiua 197,183 

Camptopteria remondi 94M 

Campylodlfloua amerio f 289 

Cancellaria 210 

petroaa 910 

Caninia 223 

Cantharia vaagbni 48 

Cantharolna 108 

Canthuma 108 

(Cantharolna) vaaghani 108 

Joleabnrgenaia... — 167 

Canthyria I.............. 106 

Caprina .'.l..t!14,218 

....:...dl6,8l8 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SI>ECIES. 



283 



Capiinft plnnata 915f 218 

Cai>nneUa ooraloide* 13 

C«protin».... W 

(BeqaienlAt) bioomiB 93 

texana 243 

Capsa 220 

texana 99# 

Capnltfia discoidea 220 

Capnlida) 132 

C^ne fragilia 14 

ooddentalia 13,48 

Carbooaroa 64,98 

gibboaa 64,92 

Caidiid» 84. 99, Ul, 268, 271 

Carflinla 1M,224 

fooatata 225 

coneata 994 

fcimeata 225 

lexilia 224 

pnedaa 164 

recta 994,225 

CtfdioU .♦. 197 

?flUco8tata 1»T 

CaxdkNnorpha 24.79,80,89,119.230,258 

(Gaidiopalst) parrirostrU .. 119 

misaoorieiiais 80,230 

ffobllqnaU 68,70 

radiate 94 

aabglobosa 89 

CwdwpnU 96,42,119 

radiata 42 

CtfdiMoides 84 

Cttdha 211,213,210,218,219,270.271 

abbrevlata 60 

brittoni 9yi 

caiinata 60 

eminiila 218 

inteimedia 976 

UttoraUs 271 

luonilicoata 60 

oeddeotaUa T 60,210 

perantiqna 271 

planiooata 911,213,219 

radians 60 

rhombea 9T1 

sobtMia 50, 

■abU^nca 

dtdiom 28, 03, 99, lU. 143, 207, 208, 209, 210, 

211,212,213,218,268 

anstrale 225 

beUnlnm 93 

belliim 968 

blaeriatum 967,210 

(Cerastodensa) modestom 60 

oboctawenae 168 

eonj^wtma 918 

crebriechiziatiini 967,200 

(Ciiocardinm) damosum 268 

moltiradialam 268 

fpedomm 99 

CQrtlUD lU 

elegantnhim 47 

gpfaalengis 268 

ferox 996 

(HemioardiiuD t) cnrtom 98 

967 



Paste. 

Cardiam iowenais 9418 

kanaaaense 76,99 

lintemn 916,212 

mediala 918 

modeatmn 50,911,218 

mnltltiriatuin 253,956 

oynlnm 968 

paapercnlam 76,143 

pertenae 98 

(Protooardia) flloenm 918 

mnltiatriatain 218 

•aliDiBiiae •. 76 

texanum 218 

(Protooardimn) perelongatmn ... 968 

ranun 966 

' ripleyaiiiim 268 

ripleyenae 268 

•anoti-aabn 47 

soiiuliiin 17 

■hmnardi 91 

•peotoaam 16 

subenrtiim Ill 

•nbqnadratiuD 966 

Bjrriaotiin 967 

trite 143 

CarioeUa flemingU 221 

Carinifex 112 

binneyi «. 66 

tryoni var. ooneava 66 

( Vortioifex) binneyi 112, 160, 170 

tryooi 66, U2, 106. 170 

Caryatts 100.271 

ovaliii 971 

fveta 971 

CaryophyUia 142 

egerfa 148 

Johaonia 149 

Casaidnla 219 

(Laoiniaalveata) 219 

Caaaidalna patellifonnia 2;i3 

CaMiope 127,134 

whltfleldi 197,134 

Caasiopella 139,162 

tUTrlonla 102.109 

Catenipnraeaobaroides 247 

graoUia 939 

Catmoerfama 64,59,83 

bradleyi 641,83 

waohamathi 50 

CatUIiw 97 

obliquna 221 

Catopygus pateUeformla 222 

CavoUnid» 31 

CeUepora tobnlata 222 

Cemorla oradbnliformia 60 

Centrooriniia 38,42 

Cestronella 56 

biUingriana 66 

Cephalopoda 20,21,22,25,27,28,81,88,85. 

38,39.40,42,44,40^55^59,63,65, 

67,68,74,79,80,81,84.87,91,93, 

94, 96, 103, 109, 110, Ul, 117, 121, 

128,129,132,185,138,144,146,149, 

154, 159, 162, 165, 170, 191, 1961, 196, 

226,286,260^250,258,201,202,266 

Ceraatodenna 90 



284 



INDEX OF 0ENEBA ANB SPECIES. 



„,-,,...... «l^S8 

(CotpocfirivlbmdlQryi... .<IS,efl 

«ljtroiai» .*.OII,W 

ainuatua ....„......,.,,. ...,,. JS3| HI 

iSoleucHAdBl fltriKAtA eS, 60 

Cflfmura«.. 79^ ia«» 191, 348 

f„— - - 161 

ICATtl* ...„. „. 7tt 

TWTja...... 1S0 

plomtittCWitboina*. ..-. 186 

GwoomyA ,„ 3» 

|MHHlU«rl» - .,,.-. S« 

CetiphMUdB ,„- .,-,.. a0fl,lUl3« 

Cwitlildett ...Ifll. im 

luehrtBCOBftia. * 169.180 

(FLrcneUa Tk ii&bra«w&Bia ....10«^ 101 

CeritLiidBj.,,.,„ ,.., . LD9 

CerithlojMidK „-. lOS 

CoritliiopBift.,,. ..--... 103 

moteAaeDilfl...,. ..,....._, 1€S 

CetWhluiii.^..., „„,.,...„...„,..-,,,.. l«0,aJO 

«• 1)ili]]i»toii] .>* ., 910 

« fhsmoDtl - ** ,. . 3»» aai 

moitiAlu.. — .,. 906 

iiebm^DquftlA .>„ , , 141 

tioduloamn 3211,931 

pllUngi len 

tftt^rum ... ,.,.*,. £11,931 

toititm-uhoctornm _ 180 

CbsnooAnlla .„ S8 

avato. 66 

ObmiM^a........ .........39,3a,7a,HW 

cq<j|wri --...... .^ *..-...,. ..p.p. aa 

hylirida.... 38 

]e«voDWOTtbeiui«......^ — .-. 33,73 

tiUufibiiJi* - .-- . '^ TSi, aa 

rbiioiWae*..... ....38*84 

ChMBUtfm 15, 131, 138, 147, ISa. 257 

lldtmiaaiia..... .........147,158 

lyodp^rdoti ........... ^. HP......... 2£)1 

tQAokrothLi 257 

mlUeporaceiu , 131 

lamcatlDtati* ...^ 136 

|i«|rupctUianfiJi ..,.,.. ^ . 55 

ChMBid**,..... 180.308 

Cb»rto««pliAltu| 19^,234 

1 tmuliWiaB ...100,934 

Cb^itfuiitxlu 48; 103,134,258 

ceriLhifoimb.... 103 

cuirooa « 48 




Clttoii}(Llopbon)lA«ilir«te 60 

Cbiton W 

o«rboiiAriii8 87 

ChUdcKHliUM M 

Cblwnyi 91 

nabrMocBtit 87 

ClmiotA*. . . . .24, 81, 43, 60. 82, 72, 85. M, 11^ m. in. 
177, 102, 286^ M6, 267 

defleota M2 

iUUtrlita 198 

flemingif 257 

(enionlAtA 119 

glabra 82.72 

gmniUtea 72.131,9M 

hemispherloa 102 

illinoiaansto 00 

tlowensia 959 

loganenaia 93A 

maoTMtriata 19S 

mwoloba HI 

f f mlllepiiiiotata 94,85 

mnoronata 19,20.81,52.108 

penplana *... 99T 

plamimboiia ...94«48 

platynoto 19y,181 

puilla 82 

setigwa 102 

■mithli 85.274 

Taiiolata 282 

▼vnenliana 20, 72» 177, 945 

Tar. ntaheiMla 04 

CboDopbjllam 106 

■edaUMiM 19ft 

Clbota.. 207 

mnlUradiata 267 

obeia 99y 

nwtellata 207 

uniopaia 267 

Ckiarl* 200 

b«migranoaaa 150 

Clautli. '. *20,101 

(Ayellaoa) pnlobeUa 40 

natiiwMi>t 40 

(OUgoplyolia) oomdiina 102 

Cladof:ATa(t]Uiieata 40 

Cladoodana ^.... 83 

CUdddQB ooaklM&talia F..... 20 

Clailoiwia 156,108 

pidohra, 108 

letionlata 155 

ClMrtflria 997 

anatralia 997 

ClaUinTpoia - 155 

flabeUata 9S1 

fhMkUMa 165 

Clatbrapteiifl 246 

ClAtmilla oontiaiia 221 

terea 221 

yermloiila 221 

OtaTAgeUa 270 

anaata 270 

ClaTntolal ....211,218 

teaUfamloa 911,218 

aoT^Ute* (Peiatoehilna) ■oarbormitjhi 40 

UlaT«iia viokabnrgcoiia 822 



DTDEX OF OEMEBA AND SPBOaS. 



285 



CIsflflifiiaaltito. 



P«««w 



(Pleuropbonu) limidiit. 
CttidMognipliu 



Gtoidopbionu 8S 

OmUs .* 90S,S5 

gnftUis 

^ gnndii 

Ttetm 994 

CMflpihonM 7f 

(If noaUtM t) fklmlft 7f 

51 

n 

61 

1» 

•4,80,86,178 

■Dtfqiw ••,86 

ndlMA 178 

▼w.l0Tli 64,86 

dWophynam 86,993 

g»bU 39 

199 
108 

Cljd0Bltw 110,888 

Isrldomiu 110,888 

ClydoiiitflUB 1M,S88 

GypeMtor Jonetii 888 

roffeni 838 



flmdoft..... .. 



888 



piMBtoztS. 



.8I8»888 



eymlilfontto. 

fJDD'DOIIl ...... 

giMlto 



CoimilM.. 



.•4,88»87 



gneiUs 

stdUfanBds. 



... 88; 87 

.42,iiy 



Cttlopknnis inftiUitiit 
Cokspln eonaiTa . . . . 

CflleolQs 

iBTiS 



minute.. 



\ Co^ooMis 



IIT 

288 

86 

186 

199 

191 

191 

88 

106,161 

106,161,168 

▼etmienlA 106,161,168 

Tar.oontnri* 106 

CdBBnuudA. - 288 

tsexndiato 48 

tbondi 93S 

Coktt 312,214 

60, 919*214 

87.54 

97,54 



Combopliyllni.. 



Page. 

..87,64 

68 



CoiMhifetA 21, 28, 116^ 11% 187,180, 182, 188, 

186, 186, m, 188, 140, 142, 144, 146; 147, m, 
108, 165, 166, 168; 160; 168, 163, 166, 178, 280 

Conaholep— pygmw 221 

180 

ISff 

ISff 

GonllBrTftest teneUft 997 

Ooiil8BnB........ 226 

ConooMdiiim 88; 80, 82, U7, 180, 194 

neradenato 194 

obUqam 88,92 

oblonae ••,80 

pnloeltnm 117 

triggoale 80 

186,284 

18^ 

harm 188 

(Pteroo6plialiw)lstto0p«.... 934 

•ii]Motoiiatiw...r 934 

Coaooofypha 108.189,188,284 

(BaOkllA) baitojl 196 

(OanoeephiOites) IdagU •• 

198 

198 

(Pljydioparia) gillaliiiiarta. . . 7^ 

Idagli 108,129 

mdoottt 19B 

40 



221 
165 
165 

88; 81, 8i 88; 118,188; 148, 151, 166. 

186^196^198,226 

bjbUs 118 

..151, 185 
....•7,81 

999 

226 

.•..•7,89 
.84,148,196 

molvis 138 

39 




18^,168 

bflrtiumdl 1^^,168 

caidlntofonnis 149,160 

elelranii 149,160,168 

7P 



286 



INDEX OF GENERA ANli 8PECIES. 



CorbioolA (CyreDftt) aeoaris T6 

cytheriformifl 105,160,160 

femaoeratft 360 

ffttwta 70 

1 var. orassioAoalA 77 

(Lepiesihea) cardinisformis — 168 

fracta 160,168 

macropiatha. 141, 160.168 
plaDmnbona .88» 160, 160 

•abelliptioa. 105, 160 

sabelliptica var. 

moreanensiB 105 

nebrasoenais 105,160.168 

nnoalia TO, 90 

obeaa 140,160.169 

oooidentalia 105,160.168 

powelU 1S7 

pyriformU 168 

anbeUiptica 168 

fanbtaigonalia TO, 90 

nmbonella 168 

(Yeloritina) banniateri TT 

oyiheriformia 77 

darkeei 112, 160, 168 

inflexa 76 

Corbialamelloaa 220 

Corbnla 47, 95, 101, 105, 111, 112, 134, 187, 143, 

160, 207. 208, 210, 211. 213, 218, 219, 269, 272 

aleihenaia aiO 

( Aniaorhynohaa t) eogelmanni 112 

pyiiformia 95, 112 

oongeata 907 

eraaaatelliformia 160 

oraaalmarginata 101 

oraaaiplica 260 

diegoana 911.213 

dnbioaa 14ff 

engelmanni 95 

eyanaana 9IMI 

fonlkei 269 

fgregaria 15 

inornata 18,101 

maotrifonnia 15,161,168 

moreanenaia 15 

naaata 219 

sematopora 76, 134, 143 

* (If e»ra) naantoidea 979 

ocoidentalia 918 

(PaohydoD) maotrifonnia 105 

X>enmdata 105 

anbtrigonalia 105 

perondata 15,160 

(Potamomyat) oonoMBntrioa 99 

engelmanoi 99 

pyrifonnia 99 

pyriformla 161 

anboompreaaa 260 

anblineolata 908 

anbtrigonalia 15,160,168 

anbnndifera 1S7 

ayriaca 908 

^ tropidophora 77, 160 

undifera 77,161,168 

var. anbnndifera 161, 168 

rentiicoaa 15 



Corbulamella 18,10 

gregaria 18, U 

Corbnlida 101, 105, 111, 112, 134, 2»,2J 

Cordieria moosei S 

Corimya • H 

tonuia 9t 

Comnlina armigera 2S 

Corooeraa 110,93' 

Coaceneia 2( 

CoateUa 1( 

Crania 119,121.177,21 

modeata 191, r 

perxniana .. 99 

repoaita 1 

aheldoni 11 

Cranild» 1! 

CraaaateUa 93, 99. 143, 208, 211, 213, 217, 237, 2i 

263,268.270,2 

alta 911,213,2 

cimarronenaia 14 

oollina 91 

oonradi 97 

cuueata 2 

dedivia 93 

delawarenaia 268,2 

evanaii 1 

monmoathenaia 2 

obliqnata 99 

(Paohythsma) evanai 

prora 3 

ahnmardi fl 

anbplana .* 2 

anbqnadrata 900,2 

ayriaca 9€ 

ftranaveraa 2 

nvaaana 911, 2 

vadoaa 2 

CrMaateUida» 30. 32, 83, 34, 00, 260. 262, 263. 2 

Craaaatellina 70, 

oblonga 70« 

Crenella 28, 

conoentrioa 2 

elegantula 98, 

grannlata canoeUata 

Crenipeoten 1 

hallanna If 

Crepicepbalna 234,950,250,260,2 

(Bathynma t) angulatna — 99 

centralia 2 

(Loganellna) anytna 99 

oentralia 91 

grannloans 9S 

bagnei 99 

maonloana 99 

montanenala... 92 

• nitidna 99 

planna 91 

tqnadrana 99 

aimnlator 99 

nniaolcatna — 99 

planna S 

Crepidnla 212,2 

1 3 

pnBmpta , 60, M 

prlnocpa 919,^ 



INDEX OF GEMEBA AND SPECIES. 



287 



Page* 

CiiBddeft 20^83,87, 40, 41, 42,48, 44» 46, 66, 

U8. 121, 127, 133, 255, 262 

(MnoideB 282 

Czioeardiam W, 288. 271 

. naoleohu 971 

CriptogHnia 128 

Cndlmhim 212.214 

spiiHMiim 919,214 

CroaUoM 31, 3«, 38. 40^ 55, 56. 57, 66. 60, 61, 66, 

67. 68, 74. 79. 80. 81. 88^ 01. 108.100. 
121. 126. 120, 136. 148. 148. 163, 150, 
170. 101. 105, 227. 234, 235, 250. 257 

Cnuiaiia 126.128 

Uxmanwmi 19e,128 

nwtlca 19«,128 

CtTpta prsrapta 50 

Ci7ptoe«iM 30.104 

Cryptognunina floridana 220 

fpenita 280 

Cryptomya 216.216 

OTalU 915,216 

CiTptoDella 108 

fdioala 193 

pinoneoAis 193 

Cryptorhytla 103 

CtenobranohiaU 34 

CtenddM aoatmneata 47 

dentionlata 47 

aqnarrosa 47 

CnenllM 08^111.208.200.218 

exigaa 16 

haga«i Ill 

(Uonearea !) cordata 08 

nebraaoensiB 08 

shnmardi 08 

lintoa 998 

nebiasoeiiaia 950 

ononcheila 220 

opiformis 909 

paialeUa 998 

sabrotnoda 908 

terminaliB 918 

trantTena 220 

(Tzigonarca f ) obliqna Ill 

fCoeoUnffca 08 

CKollifera 999 

Cupelbeocriniia 88 

Cjatittxonia 52 

CTfttbooriiiitoa 54.82,87 

fragilis 54,82 

tpoierlain 83 

aoolpUlis 82 

tennidactjliu 54,82 

Cyalhocrinaa. 23,26,87,88,42,43,45,53.60,81, 

117. 118. 160, 154, 163, 240, 251 

f 10 

angolataa 93,43 

arborena 38,60 

oorantiu 949,251 

fCTaaras 93 

enonnis 37,60 

««rleyi 49,60 

grannlifenu 265 

inflema.... 52 

loweoaia .w 949,251 



Page. 

C jathoorimia kelloggi 118 

lamelloeiia 117 

multibzaohiatna 154 

tpoterinm 64 

qoinqnelobiia 37,60 

ramoana 62 

rigido* 118 

aaflbrdi 93»43 

aangamonenaia 33,45 

adtalna 93,27 

aculptilua 27,42 

atillativiia 150,163 

aabtmnidna 37 

waobamnthi SMI,60 

Cyathopbycna 186 

retioQladu 186 

aabapberiona..^. 186 

Cyathopbyllida .'.63,108,100,121.223 

Cyathopbyllidee 282 

CyathopbyUnm 62.108.100.223 

f 199 

■rticimi 69 

oalioolare 947 

(Campophyllnm t) neva- 

denae 199 

oozinthimn 947 

oomicnltun 102 

daridaoni 102 

heliaDthoidea 247 

palmeria 168 

profandmn 248 

rogoanm 102 

sabcaapitoaum 169 

torbinatimi t 247 

ondiilatiimetmiiliiplioatnm 947 

veaieiiloaiim f 247 

Cyatbopora iowenaia 247 

Cyolaa 00,215,217 

eatraUana 917 

formoaa 15 

tngHhB 15 

pennacra 60,917 

aabelUptioiia 15 

tetrica 915 

Cyolina t circnlaria 48 

Cyclobnuichiata 84 

Cyolonema 70,80,t48 

bllix 70,148 

cienvlata 67,80 

Cydopteria 246 

moqnenaia ? 946 

Cyolora 70 

minnta 70 

tparvula 70 

CyUcbna 101 

dekayi 220 

petroaa 60 

aoitnla 91,101 

fyolTaria 101 

CyllohnidaB 101 

Cylindritea 20 

Cymatopleoratoampylodiaeiia 963 

Cymbellaglbba 963 

Cymbopora 100 

Cymella 48,101,184,261,264,268 



288 



INDEX OF GENEBA AND SPEC«E8. 



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Page. 

GymellA belU 101 

meeki 208 

CjmomlA laouurckii S2S 

CjpbMpis 148,101 

t breTinuffsiiiAtoi 191 

christyi 148 

Qfphoaoauk texumm 288 

CyprioudeDa 117,104,107 

qnadxftta IIT 

CnolOMdlA 28S,200,282 

abatlfrons 226 

aroodM 226 

(ATioulAl) yeneria 228 

imlkiiosto 226 

oooidenteUt 989 

pxsrapta 226 

Iriglda 117 

ragoloM 994 

ttUqiiA 226 

fliiBpIsx...... ............ ...... 226 

tiiraoM 5194 

qyprioMdtolft 00,104 

oarbonwift 6T,00 

iodente 104 

PypriMidHn M, 66, 70, 248 

1 65 

toariiuito 70 

obUqaiiB titi 

sterllBgenato 70 

CjjpMm 121 

CypiidinidA 121,186 

Gjprlmeri* 02,08,111,260 

tonMft 93 

densata 260 

depnsM 260 

ezoATata 260 

hellpTini 999 

tpiMft 260 

■abiaBta HI 

ttennis 02 

OjrprlBA 00,176 

18,47 

18 

oocdsta 18 

fdidlii 1X9 

humilis 91,47 

• laphami 48 

OT»la 18,00 

▼ar. flompreaaa.. 00 

■nbtamida 18,48 

Cyprinl^ 260.266,268,271 

Cypris 186 

? 186 

CyrvBa... 0», 186, 187, 148, 158 

aiwiaiia... 47 

oarletoni 76,158,167 

(Corbionla) oytherifonBis ..« 91 

dnrkeai 99 

dakotondfl 00,167 

bolmcai 88 

infleza 148 

intennedia Ifi 

moreaaaasis 15 

15 



Pas-. 

CyicBaaeeiiris... Ul 

(Yelorlftiiia) dnzkael US 

ez«eta 117 

CjnaMm 09^161,112.115 

Oyrtia Itt 

onrrfliiieata Ul 

Cyrtina 07, 01^ fl^ 19 

billingai 91 

^>.lw>M>| ..-..-.......-.....«• 87 

daTidaoni •^... 198 

hamtltmifaMiia 6!, 193 

panda 91 

trignetra 9 

Cyitooena 86,40^66^91,12^188,196^98 

(Aplooeraa) eortam 41 



dardaana .. 
dletynm ... 
fdilatatom. 
nevadaiiae. 



ohioaaala.. 



947 

99,27 

91 

188 

99,4fl 

19^ 

97 

a 

9 

Cyrtooeratitea 81 

Cyrtookaa 1« 

CyxtoUtea 66,70,121,101,234 

fooatatiia 71 

dyvri . 71 

tRlUiaiiiia 191 

imbrioatea M 

(lOcroeawia) iaoi a a tn a 7! 

omatoa 71 

ainnatiia 101,984 

CyateaphyUnm 62,156,102,223 

19S 

Tar. arttoum... fi 
IS 



Cyatidea * 

Oyatoidea 64, T 

Oyatoaeiriteat 22 

Cythere 74,70.12 

oinoiiiiiallaBaia 98,71 

nebiaaoenaia 7 

atanplez 191 

Cytherea 207, 211, 818, 216, 218, 21 

deweyi 15,4 

lamarenaia 4^19 

lenUonlarla 22 

leonensia 48,911 

?(M«ratrlz) dariaaaf 91< 

mlaaoniiaiia 48,24 

nebiaaca na ia 19,4 

nnttaU 21 

orbicnlata 13,4 

oregonanaia. ................ ...... S 

ovata 2S 

owenana 19,4 

parynla 93: 

peUaoida 141,4 

syriaoa 90' 

tennia 13,4 

48,911 



\ 



INDEX OP OENEBA AND SPECIES. 



289 



CTthem tippana 

Taspartiiia. . 
CytlMndoa 



48 
60 
IM 



D. 



39 

DiOinMillM OT. 68, 79, 81. 100, 186, 196 

carleyi #9,70 

^ dMU» 86 

iotermediiM 186 

mMki 1»5 

(Odontooephaliu) sgerlA 68 

ohioensis 67,81 

tridentifenui 67 

D»w8onell» meek! 107 

D«cftpod* 86,87,46^61 

Delpblnnla de|»reaM 221 

plaiiA 221 

DelthyriB 247,248 

eoratolDM 947 

expanau 248 

Deltodiu mercarei 946 

DeDdrocriDus 66,77,188 

cMei 66 

Mwegdenais 65 

retnctUis 188 

DeodrognptiM 187 

compactos 18T 

simplex 187 

tenninmoraii 187 

Denuliidc 34.101,182.264 

DeotaUmn 26, 34, 44, 74. 80, 93, 96, 101, 127, 132, 

209,204 

aonolostrlatiim 6«l9 86 

canna 197,182 

cretaoeam 209 

(Ditrapaf) pnallliim 221 

fragUia 14 

gniciJia 18,101.264 

kotnookaenae 98 

meekianom 74,86 

naoalmoeDiifl ».... 17 

paop«rouloiii 91 

taabqoadratani 99,84,96 

tballna 80 

vemiatQiD 96,43 

DiAdori 216 

cracibnliromiia 216 

Dicoa 182,188,134.186 

XHsDchora 266 

•ehinata 266 

DiMtropha 107 

Dibnnchiata 86,106.263 

DiceUoeephahui 126,129.189,191 

laDfniatifhma... 186 

biloltatna 189 

fexpanaaa 166 

flnalia 161 

flagrioandas 1586,129 

inexpectans 161 

mariea 189 

naaiitiia 186 

oaoeola 188 

fqnadrtoepa 189 

120— Ball. 30 19 



Page. 

DioeOoeephaliia riohmondeiiaia 186 

iole 186 

Dtoena 268 

daotyloidea 268 

XHohoorinoa 23,42,48,64,68,82,88,84.91,118, 

249. 25L 

angaatos 118 

eonatriotaa 93,43 

ooiiiia 93,42 

oomigema 84 

oraawiteetna 118 

64,83 

88.91 

Uneatna 63,82 

oyatna 946,261 

piaam 63,82 

(Pteiotoorlniia) oheaterenaia .. 93 

eiMaoa 93 

■triatoa 946,261 

pioraniacQs 76 

ortonl 76 

Dicranobranohia 182 

Diotyonema feneatrata 282 

Dlelaama 127,130,182 

fboyidena 127 

Dikelooephaliia 231,234.966 

bilobatna 934 

flabellifer 934 

gothkna 984 

graanloaoa.. 966 

iowenaia . . . .' 249 

miDisomiaia 966 

minneeoteiiaia 966 

mnltlcliietiia 984 

pepinenaia i — 966 

qoadrioepa 934 

washeatoheiMia 984 

Dimyaria 96^106.133,287 

Diodora omoibullfonnis 60 

Dlone 100 

augnalifhmt..' 60 

tbreTiliiMaU 60 

deoiaa 60 

enfalenriw 48 

lamarenaia 48 

leoneoaia 48 

[t] meeUana 48 

miaaonriana 48 

nebraaoenaia 48 

orbioolata 48 

oregonenaia 60 

OTata 220 

owenaoa 48 

fpeUaoida 48 

[?] ripleyana 48 

[1] tennia 48 

texana 48 

tippana..-. 48 

Qniomerla 60 

yeaperttna 6a 

Biphyphyllnm 108,166 

arohiacl 166 

anuidinacenm 166 

faaclonlam 168 

aimcSenae ; 102 



290 



INDEX OF gk:\i:ra and species 



Page. 
Dipliyptiyllnm stramiDeain 155 

mpiodoQ. 105 

Ilipl«i£r»peu« 129 

DlptoH^ihljJk 200 

cretacea 266 

DlwiniOjii 110 

Dlsfilna 85, 89, 110, 119, 177, 192, 19« 

-- — ^f 110,192 

cmpva. 119 

Cf^xinata ^ 106 

cwnvexa 177 

lodpoais 192 

Ui^bria 49 

maahattanenBia 90 

mLaata 192 

nidltUineata 49 

nHwberryi 190 

miUila 85,177,190 

<Orbiciiloidea) newberryi 89 

tplenriiea 89 

tonoiUoeata 90 

Diacitei 89,104 

tttbercalattts 950 

BtioofluBtreUaTiabonel 220 

Dboc^pliyaiifl 186 

typlcalis 186 

Di»oopl«ik OTogoniea 229 

atmospherioa 203 

DbcoflCAE^bltea 104 

Df*0dMni4 oonoidou 232 

Blvpolmi.. 206 

ooDstriota 905 

BithjTtMiiiji* 87, 179 

carbonarina 65, 87, 1 79 

Dltrupaflubcoarctata 221 

l>OGOglti(iMd. 102 

0aldlira . 50 

tuarinata ^ 68 

BterlingenBia 40,50 

DntBtocrlunB omatas 00 

Ik^UopAiH 999 

Dolfuiii petrosom 906 

Di>iiftoUL» .,, 99 

Dutruclnldv 289 

Dojiik* ^ 200 

rorail 200 

1 pcDterta 50,200 

Dofry crftiii n 64, 82 

canalionlatna 82 

qaenqneloboavar. intermedias. 64,82 

roemeri 54, 82 

unloomia 82 

Bo«iQla, .... . .211, 212, 215, 210, 217, 200, 202, 204, 209 

siltft 911,213,215,210,217 

*ir*cta SMO 

gabW 960 

^yrata 220 

Jnmesioa 960,202 

lonjmU 915,210,217 

mjiutoarianat 204 

nuoiitana 917 

dubobliqaa 917 

IkHiialB f tj^uala 97 

1 JlaatHloiiflU 100 

lenticolaris 220 



Drcpanoclieilos 48,102 

DreiHsena Icncopheata 180 

Drillitt loni»dalii 422 

texana 222 

Dymyaria 132,135 

Dysnomya 105 

Dystactella 194 

Insnlaria 104 

• 
£. 

Eccaliomphalas 195 

deronions 105 

Eobinianihns mortonis 222 

Bcbinodennata 19.24,20,33.37,40,41 

42, 43, 44. 54,55, 50, 58, 50. 00. 04. 
00. 08,72, 77, 81. 84. 91, 94.96. UA, 
127, 130. 181, 133, 130, 138, 144, 147, 
148, 149, 150, 151, 154. 158, 103, 165, 
190, 200, 209, 210, 230, 255, 200, 261 

Echinoidea 23.42,43,44.54,00.98 

Eohinoapberitesf 939 

EcbinuB 200,209,210 

baUatoB 910 

inftalatna 222 

kerakensis 909 

Ubanensls 910 

syriacna 906 

Edmondia 88,45,73,80,89.109,117. 178,197. 

236.258 

aapinwaUensia 70,73,178 

foalhonni 10,20 

bnrlingensis 117 

Iciroularia 107 

tglabra 73 

medon - 107 

myrina 936 

tnebraacenais 73 

ovata 87 

perobloDga 38*86 

f pinoneiuiiB 100 

reflexa 73 

Baborblculata* 258 

sabtmncata 73 

tapeaiformis 80 

unioniformis 45 

EdiiociinaB 57 

pooilUrormis; 57 

Egeta 90 

Egeriainflata 220 

plana 220 

Electroma 97 

Endolobus 39.45 

Enclimatoceras 176,930 

(NautUns) nlrichi 1 76 

Encrinitefl 253 

EDcrinnras 180 

trentonengifl 186 

yarioostatns 186 

Endoceraa mnltitabnlatam .. 101 

protelfonne 191 

EndocoBtea 960,983 

Bxilcata 263 

typica 5MI0.263 

Eodopacbys maclarii 220 

EotaliB 101 



INDEX OP OENEBA AND SPECIES. 



291 



Page. 

Sntelis panperooia 101 

Entolixim 35. 7a, M, 89, 178 

avioiilaUim 73,86 

ffl ^w^ ^i- i^i^nnm 88 

Bnais eortna 60 

Sntomoatraoft 81^41^61,79,80 

loddaria 78,88 

62,72 

€3 

laqiuwioraa 88 

BoeTstitaa 196 

priflMBvna 198 

Boaeoipina 53,61 

carlMmarloa 61 

Sphitbemia 208 

Brotmoorimia 41,54 

EridophylfaiB 166 

atrtotmn 166 

Xc^hyla 98 

grof^i* •• 

SriMMSriBiu 35,36,87.45,68.72,82.86.160,168 

aatiqiiiia 63,88 

(Oertoerinoa) planua 168 

inflozna 168 

37,45 

35,86 

plaooa 150 

tnberoalataa 37, 46 

^ypiia 35, 86,46,72,86,163 

whiUA 82.63 

tabnlala 222 

Eaohara oomoeiitrioa 973 

taberenlala 973 

BtiuDopbyUum 53 

whitaeyi 53 

gwcilla....* 53 

Btonia 87 

pfKWiMaria 57 

Sndiaooeeraa 116,939 

gabbi 116 

&i«alyptoeri]iiia 148 

Eacheflodon 287 

creno-fiartnata 937 

28 

26 

aoienlata 221 

ohryaalia 77 

fioiiieiila 77 

f iaoonapicua 77 

higabria 221 

Dotata 221 

p«rac«ta 95,27 

aoale « 221 

t aabfoaifiinnla 955 

XaUmeQa t 184.144,158 

ftmlenla 184,144 

fehryaalUs 168 

f iaoonapieiia 168 

SmSerotia 96,82,88,45.178.286 

carta 82.83.49.286 

hawni 82.178 

▼ar.orata 82 

aliraata 45 

95 



SaUna.. 



Paca. 

Eouema 1 aalteri 95 

Bnnotia ampbloxys 229 

arjnia 229 

gibba 203.229 

gibbanila 229 

graaolata. ........•- 229 

Ubrile 208.229 

anbnlata 229 

textrionla 229 

nnoinata.. 229 

webatermaimi 229 

••bra 229 

sabrina 229 

Baompbalids 182 

Bnonpbalaa 2^ 30. 80. 117. 118. 130. 132. 188. 166 

179,196.197.235.248 

amiBMi...... ....•• 117 

deeewi 80 

enrakenaia 165 

laxna 136,285 

miohleranua 933 

(Ompbalotroobiia) wbltoeyi ... 36 

(Phanerotinaa) lazoa 196 

planodonatoa 95 

pemodoana 182 

(Bapbiatoma t) roinUfoniiia ... 65 

troehlaeva 65 

Toberti 11» 

ragoana 61,87,179 

apringralanaia 138,165 

(StraparoUoa) opbireoaia 935 

rabrngotaa ... 197 

atahenaia. 935 

aabplanna 939 

mnbaioatna 95 

Bopachyorinua 72.84.86.186.163 

boydU 64,85 

liayetteiiala 85 

platybaaia 136,163 

tabaronlatoa 85 

72 



Bnpboberia 53,61 

armlgeia « 53,61 

mi^r 53 

ff 61 

Enproopa 61,179 

dane 61.179 

ooDe«tl 176 

Bnptyoha 29 



oordatat 224.225 

aUipUoa 994,225 

glbboaa 225 

globoaa 994 

aaoonlna 225 

BorypteridA 61.187 

Boryptanis 61,179 

( Antbraooneotea) maaoneiia!a.53, 61, 
179 

Bospira 148.158 

ooalYillenaU 148 

atabenaia... 158 

Eatomooaraa 116, 936 

laabei 116 

Botropla balaana 48 



292 



INDEX OP GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

Eatropift perovata 48 

panotaU 48 

EvaotiDopora 38(40,80 

grandis 0O 

radlata 38,80 

•exradiata 40 

Exogyia 9H, 133, 142, 151, 156, 178, 206, 208, 21b, 

219,288 

aiietina 173, 218 

aqnila 178 

bonaaingaoltU 908 

coliimbeUA #3,173 

costata 173.218,288 

W 218 

flnmlnia 188 

denMta 908 

var 208 

flmbriata 173,915,218 

flabellatta 243 

fomionlaU 151, 158, 178 

fragoaa 178,915,218 

intornpta 173 

iRTioBOtila 183,178,210 

matberoniana 178,210 

parasitica 173 

pUcata 178 

p<uideroM 133,173,255 

tezana 178,255 

valkerl 149 

walkert 178 

winobeUi 151,158.178 

P. 

Fabulina 100 

FasololariidflD 108,284 

Faaoiolaria 108,158.284 

bnooinoides 14.108 

oretaoea 14 

f (Cryptorbytit)obeyeimeiiais.. 108 

oontorta 284 

fleziooetata.... 108 

ftuifonnis 284 

(Meaorbytia) graoUenta 103 

moorei 221 

(Pieatoobeiliis) alleni 159 

oretaoaa Iu3 

eiiIbert8Oiii....l08,284 

galpfaiana 103 

•oarbonmgbi... 108 

plioata 221 

Favipbyllain f mgoaam 939 

Faviatella 180,156 

steData 180,166 

Favodtidm 82,108,109 

FbYoaites 38.82,108,117,128^130,148,155,158 

(!) 168,199 

baaaltioa 158,192 

diTorgena 180 

liayoaaa 156 

bemiapberioa 102 

maximaf ! 247 

polymorpba 82,158.247 

▼ar 108 

dttbia 158 

..:.... 247 



FaTodtee [wbitfleldi] IIY 

wbitaeldi 1»6 

Fenestella 80,72,88^226,259 

1 r« 

ampla 226 

oortioata 975 

delicata 6r,tt 

foasnla 228 

gradlis «• 

Intennedia «7S 

intemata 22S 

media 9»f 

(Hultiporataf ) yar. lodiensis .... 88 

norwoodiaiia 973 

popeaoa 257,973 

sbnmardii 72,973 

anbietiformia 973 

(Lyropora) retiona ۥ 

tritaberenlala 978 

yariabiliB 973 

Fiooptia oooperi 221 

mammiUataa 221 

penltiu 2n 

remondii 221 

Ficoa mamminatna 221 

modestna 5( 

[ t t] oooyanna 5< 

FiabM 2( 

Fiasnrella 88^212,21^ 

orenvlata 212; 21^ 

Fiatolipora 71,158^19: 

oanademts 151 

nodnlifBira TS 

FlabeUate ^ 

onneifoniia ....... ^...>. 22) 

Foraminifera . . . . 19, 29, 81, 84» 71, 85k 91, 177, 2S0, 39 

ForbMiocrinus 28, 28. 37, 44. « 

agaasiai Tar. gigantens 96,81 

tnonroodi 99 

monroensis 91 

wartbeni 8: 

t aemioratiis 99 

Fragillaria 209 

aoata 22! 

ampbioepbala 221 

rbabdoaomat 208,221 

Fragnm. 18 

tSBoistriatiim 99C 

FolTia 2« 

tennia 99C 

FongidA 88, ft 

FoaUina 29,81,71,86,181,177,24; 

«yli]idrioa 19,29,81,71,131,177,241 

Tar. rentrieoaa II 

elongate 959, 2ff 

gracIUs 99,85.8 

robuste 91 

Tontriooaa 85,8 

FnaimitL'af lineata 22 

fminima 28: 

Fasispina 2^ 

compaota 934 

Fnsaa 103, 144, 169, 209, 237, 28 

arotatos 5( 

dieyennensia 991,98 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



293 



Page. 

Fnsasoooperi 221,322 

cooybeftrii 222 

oonsirioins 13 

oontortiui 14 

oorpnlentns 2M0 

colbertaoni 14 

dakotMiMls 14,40 

«nerii «•• 

fflezQOOMtalQS 14.40 

falpiniMiiw 14 

genieolns 906 

haifcnua 40 

bajdMii aae 

IntertsxtiM 18,40 

40 

50 

newboryi 14,40 

nebnaocoBsis 9ft0 

(KeptamM?) g»bbi.... 76,144 

ateh«D«is T6 

oregonenftit 60 

(Pl0arotoin*t)0eakrboroaglii 18 

ranondU 221 

Marboronghl 40 

t (SerrifosQB) dAkotenalB 108 

■huniMdi 204 

(Stropaidan) mamoohi 93T 

sabtarritns 17 

tabtorrites 40 

tei^ 222 

teaoliinMte 13 

tenoiUiiMtua 40 

180 

ir,40 

f Tinoiiliiiii .••••••-••••••••••••••••••• 49 

a. 

Gadiu pvsQliLi 221 

■aboowetaios 221 

Gttftniiiim lixmtam 220 

OaUzIm 106 

Galaodaft (OaleodwU) qnixiqiieoostttto 222 

GftleiiftM otegonensia 99T 

OaletoptiB exoentrloot 221 

Oaferat ezo«Dtrioiis 221 

QanioMOft 993 

enoHla 220 

distMisV 206,220 

gnyiulatA 220 

toris 320 

ponetoto 230 

udnlata 330 

Tviant 308 

GampMiiyx M 

flmbriatiw 01 

GMtanpod*. .20. 21, 23, 24. 20, 28. 80,81. 83. 84, 80,40, 
42, 48. 44» 48, 50, 57. 50, 00,03,00,07. 
08, 74,70, 80, 84. 80, 88,00, 01,08.04, 
06, 101, 106, 107, 108, 111. 112, 117, 
118, 121, 120, 127, 120, 130, 182, J88, 
184, 186, 186. 187, 188, 148, 147, 148, 
151, 158, 154, 156, 158, 150, 101, 164, 
16^ 178, 101, 184, 197, 220,282,284, 
286, 280. 250, 256. 268, 261, 264, 273 
Utotraebsna 270 



I rare 

GkwtrodUBiia amerioana 270 

6a«troobiBiiid» 200^268,270 

GastroocBli 85 

Oaatroaipbitea 85 

Qenota 103 

Geophila 185 

Oenrillia 28,08,110.151,158,164,250.262 

(Avicnla) sulcata 51 

gregvia 150 

longa 51 

monUnaeBaia 164 

madgeana 151,158 

panra 51 

reoU 98,08.262 

■panalirata 959 

atiigoea 119 

•nbtortaoaa 16,08 

GerviUiopais 5067 

enaifbrmia 207 

minima. « 967 

Gilbertaooriniu 42,63,82 

bona 42 

oalciratiM 42 

(6oniast«roidocriiraa) flaoel- 

Ins 42 

(Goniaateroidocriiiiis) ob- 

oratat 63,82 

(Gtoniaateroidoorinns) te* 

nnixadiatiu 63,82 

Gl»onema paradoxnm 220 

Glaaconome 72,127,181 

nereidis 197,181 

trflineato 79 

Globiooneba [f 1 elerata. 955 

(Tyloatoma) tomida 955 

GkMBids 00.184 

Gloaaopterla ampla 996 

browniana 226 

toordata 996 

elongata 996 

linearis 226 

pbmiptii 931 

retioolom. 996 

Qloamis fhitema 60 

markoei 60 

Glycimeris 101,148,217 

berthoodl 143 

Mtrellaniia 50,917 

oooidentaUa 101 

Glyptoorinoa 77,187 

argatos 187 

baarl 69,77 

deeadaotyhia 77 

dyeri 68,77 

yar. anbglobosaB 68.77 

neaUi 77 

^mtruB 77 

tanbnodomia 187 

Gnatbodon 266 

ttennidens 966 

GnatboBtomata 61,170 

Gompbooeras 80,50,105 

( Apiooeraa) torbiniforme 39 

saocolnm 39 

Bubovilbnne *.**.r. 195 



284 



INDEX OF OBKEBA AND SPECIES. 



Page* 

Cen^ooAris 61,80 

(ColpooariB) bndlejri. . . . ■ 08, 80 

elytroides ....68,00 

■innatus %..53,01 

(Solenooaris) stiigata 08,00 

Cerannia 70,186^101,248 

f 101 

ioaros... 70 

raraa...i 180 

plearescanthdmaa 186 

Ceroomya 960 

peoaliaria 960 

C«riphasiid» 106^119^180 

Ceritbldea 161,180 

t nebrascenaia 160^180 

(Piienellaf) nebraaemila ....106^101 

CeriUiiide 106 

Cerithiopaids 109 

CacitUopala 102 

moreaiunaia 102 

Caritidnm 180.210 

liUineatum MP 

ft«monti 981,931 

modiale 5006 

nebraaoenaia 10 

nodnloaom 921,931 

pfllingi 180 

teqfmm 921,931 

toUiun-aaiiotonim 180 

Chmiooaidia 86 

wato 86 

CbMomya 89,88,78,8^86 

oooperi 89 

hybrid* 38 

leayenworthenato 89,78 

miiirfiaha 78,86 

rhomboidea 38,84 

Chwtetea 56, 181, 188; 147, 168, 907 

f tdimiaaiia 147,158 

Ijrooperdon 981 

maokrotbU 957 

millepontoaaa 181 

mnacatiiieiiaia 138 

petfopolltaniia 56 

Gbamida, 180,960 

CiMiiocephaliia 100.284 

UimiifhMia 100,934 

OhemBiteiA 48,108,184,258 

oerithifonnia 106 

oorooA 48 

meeklana 48 

awalloTiaiw 908 

ttexana 48 

CfaaBopna 207,960^910 

f 910 

induTataa 90T 

ayriaona 908 

torrioaloidea 90T 

ChetoteaeriniU.... 226 

gnwUia 990 

•rata 226 

taattanianala 226 

Chioiie : 100 

(Llopiion) al^eatda 50 

50 



PagB. 

CliioiM<Liophoim)latiUratli 50 

Chiton «y 

oar^xmarina 87 

CUadoorinoa 38 

Chtenya 07 

nebraaoenaia 07 

Ctaanetea 24, 81, 43, 60. 62, 72, 86. 04, 11% 197. 131. 

177, 109, 986^ 946, S67 

deflecto 108 

flUatriata 193 

flmningit 257 

genionlata 119 

l^abra 82; 79 

giBODlifan 72.181,900 

hemiapherioa 189 

IIHnoiaenwia 00 

liowenaia..... 900 

loganenaia 930 

maoroatriata 103 

meaoloba 181 

t f mllleponotata .04,85 

mnoronata 10,90.81.58.109 

penpiana *... 907 

ptannmbona ..,..94,43 

pla^ynola 197.181 

poailla 62 

aetigera 108 

amithii 85.274 

TaridlaU.. 232 

▼aneoliana 90,72,177,945 

Tar. ntahenala 04 

Obanophyllom 165 



Ciboto. 



molUradiata. 

obeaa 

roatoUata.... 
nntopaia 



Cidaria. 



hemigranoaoa . 



967 

967 

90r 

267 

267 

206 

150 

Cianli* *90.101 

(Ayellaoa) pnlohella 48 

nati4Xildea 48 

(OUgop^yoha) oomelnna 109 

Cladooora(f]lineata 40 

dadonsrlnna ^.... 33 

Cladadna ooeid«&talia JK.... 90 

Cladopora 156,109 

piil61ir»«... 108 

letionlato 155 

Claatoria 99T 

anatralia 997 

Clailutopoii^ 155 

931 

155 

Clathroptorla 946 

01aaaiU»eaBtiM!i» 921 

291 

221 

Clai'ttgeUa 270 

amata 270 

CUTatnlat 911,218 

tealifamloa 911,218 

COayelHea (Peiatooliiliu) aQarboroagjhi 40 

GlirrellaTiekabiirgeaiia 989 



INDEX OF GENERA AND fflPBODBS. 



285 



Cliflflunualfeae 281 

eoopol 281 

CWdoplionit 88 

Ckrtdt .* 90S, 825 

gnftflk 994 

gnodii 993 

rwte 994 

ClMophorm 7f 

(If veoltlM t) fklmlA 7f 

paUaai 61 

(Plenrophonu) limidiit 61 

tolflnoldM.... 61 

CltaDMograplnft 188 

CUnopfath* #4,80,86,178 

aatiqw •9,88 

mdiMA 178 

▼ar.l0Tli 64.88 

dWophynmn 80,993 

g»bU 39 

CkflBriwiit 199 

twiniUnaatni 108 

ClydoBttw 110,288 

IsTldontttas 110,288 

CljdooitlbD 119,288 

CljpaMtOT JoDMii 228 

logeni 228 

tomidm ....................... 222 

CMMBels oonecntrloa 288 

ft 

tt 

01 

888,288 

; 228 

a88»288 

288 

eymUfoono 208 

gjOblniiii.... •>..-.... 228 

giMlto 288 

laneeolate 288 

hmnl* 228 

•4,88»87 

gneflfe 94,88 

itfJWfamila 88,87 

ColMsrimis 42,117 

42 

iir 

C«lopl0Bnii inftiUitiit 222 

CcBkaplis eonaiTa 88 

Coleoliu 186 

iBTit 199 

Cdeopiloo 191 

minute 191 

OolpoewiB 88 

108,161 

.100^161,168 

▼etmienlA 106^161,168 

Tar. oontnrlA 106 

228 

f sexndiato 49 

thomU 933 

Mm 212,214 

.60,919,214 

87,64 

■InnHKdi..... •.••--•. •••••STf 64 



CoinMoojftttiM 
Combopliyllni. 



Page. 

..87,64 

68 



Cooaotaon 29 

21, 22, W 11% 127, 180, 182, 188. 
188, 186, Ifr, 188, 14<^ 142, 144, 146^ 147. m, 
168.166.166,168^160^168,163,166,178,280 

221 

180 

18ff 

18ff 

GonllBrTfteaf taneUa 997 

OoolfenB.... 226 

Conooatdiiim 88; 80; 08, U7, 180, 194 

Beradenato 194 

obUqam 38,92 

oblonae 99,80 

pnloeltnm 117 

trigooale 80 

186,284 

189 

harta 189 

(Pleroeeplialiia)latto0pa.... 934 

aii]Motoiiatiia...r 934 

108.129,188.284 

(BaiUelU) bailajl 198 

(OoBooaphaltlea) IdagU 95 

198 

198 

<Ply^hap ari ^ gall ali ii aaa t a. . . 79 

Idagli 108,129 

mdoottf lOB 

40 



OoBataOarift . 



221 

166 

155 

88; 81, 8i 88; 118,188; 149, 161, 166, 

18^196^198,226 

byWto 118 

oraatnlft 161.195 

aiagairtnlft 97,81 

999 

226 

....97,89 

84,149,196 

138 

39 



.. 185 
.39,84 



CofaOlooliaBUi.. 



118 

39 

189 

189 

CkirMonl* 99,106^112,187,140,160,166.266 

' 0qiri]atofalia 79 

Mi^b^yi 199,168 

bflrtiumdl 199,168 

«»MwHtilia6i»niila 149, 160 

elebiml 149,160,168 

79 



286 



INDEX OF GENERA AN]^ 6PECIES. 



Pace. 

Corbioul* (Cyreoat) aeoQTis 76 

oytheriformifl 105,160,160 

femaoerata 366 

ffraota ro 

1 Tar. onasiasoala 77 

(Lepieaihea) cardiniieformia — 168 

fracta 160,168 

macropiatha. 141, 160,108 
plaoomboiia .88, 160, 160 

aabelliptioa 105, 160 

aabelliptioa var. 

moreauenaia 106 

nebraaoenaia 105,160,168 

nnoalia T6,99 

obeaa 140,160,160 

oocidentaUa 105,160,168 

poweUl 137 

pyriformis 168 

anbeUiptioa 168 

f aabtaigonalia 70,00 

nmbonella 168 

(Yeloritina) bannisteri 77 

oyiherifonnis 77 

darkeei 112,160,168 

inflexa 70 

CorbialameUoea 220 

Corbnla 47, 05, 101, 105, 111, 112, 134, 187, 143, 

100, 207. 208, 210, 2U, 218, 218, 218, 268, 272 

aleihenaia 910 

( Aniaorhynohaa t) eogelmanni 112 

pyiiformlB 85. 112 

oonceata 907 

oraaaateUiformia 160 

craaaimarginata 101 

oraaaiplica 260 

diegoana 911,218 

dnbioaa , 145 

engelmaimi 05 

evanaana 956 

firalkei 260 

tgregaria 15 

inornata 18,101 

maotrifoimla 15,161,168 

moreaaenaia 15 

nasnta 210 

nematopora 76, 134, 148 

* (If e«ra) naantoidea 979 

ocddeotalia 918 

(Pachydon) maotrifomiiB 105 

X>enmdata 105 

flabtrigonalia 105 

pemndata 15,160 

(Potamomya t) oonoiQiitrioa 99 

engehnaDiii 99 

pyrifonnia 99 

pyiiformla 161 

anboompreaaa 268 

subUneolata 908 

sabtrlgcmaUs 15,160,168 

anbondifera 137 

ayriaca 908 

tropidophora 77, 160 

nndifera 77,161,168 

▼ar. anbandifera 161, 168 

rentriooaa 15 



P««a 

Corbulamella 18»101 

gregaria 18,101 

Corbalids 101,105,111.112,134,208.272 

Cocdiaria moosei 221 

Corimya ♦ 289 

tonula 969 

Comulina annigera 223 

Corooeraa 110,930 

Cosoeneia 203 

Coetella 107 

Crania 118,121.177,257 

modeata 191,177 

permiana 957 

repoaita 119 

aheldoni 110 

Cranild® -121 

Craaaatella 83,88,143,208,211,213,217,237,260 

263,268,270,271 

alta 911,213,271 

oimarroneziaia 143 

oollina 917 

oonradi 970 

ooiieata 268 

dedivia 937 

delawarenaia 268,270 

evanali 13 

monmoathenaia 268 

obkqaata 971 

(Paohytheroa) eyanai 90 

prora 368 

ahoinardi 93 

sabplana .* 268 

snbqaadrata 960,263 

ayriaoa 908 

IraDsveraa 268 

nvaaana 911, 213 

vadoaa 268 

Craaaatellids 80, 32, 33, 34, 00, 260, 262, 263, 268 

Craaaatellina 70,08 

oblooga 70,88 

Crenella 28,88 

conoentrioa 220 

elegantola 98,88 

granalata caoceUata 47 

Crenipeoten 186 

hallanna 106 

Crepioepbaliia 234,950,258,260,261 

(Batbyunu t) angolataa — 934 

centralia 281 

(LoganeUna) anytna 934 

oentralia 960 

grannloaoa — 934 

hagaei 934 

maonloaaa 934 

moDtaneosla... 950 

• nitidaa 934 

planna 960 

fquadrana 934 

aimiilator 934 

nniaoloataa — 934 

planna 261 

Crepidnla 212,214 

f 206 

pnampta 60,906 

prinoepa 919,214 



INDEX OF QEMEBA AND SPECIES. 



287 



Page* 

CiteoideA 20; 83, 87, 40, 41. 43, 48, 4< 4^ 6B, 

116.121,127,138,25^262 

Cdnoidm 282 

CikewdiaB 80,268,271 

. nacl«oliia 971 

Criptogamia 128 

Cmdlnilam 212,214 

Bpinoftam 919,214 

CrnsUoea 31,36,89.46^56,56,57.58,98,61.66, 

67. 68, 74. 79. 80. 81, 88, 91. 108,100, 
121, 126, 129, 136, 148, 149, 153, 150, 
179, 191. 195, 227, 284, 235. 260. 257 

Cnuiuia 126.128 

linnarMODi 19e,128 

nistica 19e,128 

Ciypto pnerapta 50 

Cryptooeru 39,104 

Cryptognunma floridana 220 

fpenito 290 

Ciyptomya 215,216 

I OTalia 915,216 

t CiyptoDdla 108 

tdroula. .. 193 

I ptwonenaia 193 

I Cryptorhytia 103 

Ctenolnaiicliiata 34 

CtenoidM aoQtUineato 47 

daatioiilaU 47 

squarroea 47 

f C«oiiDm 98^111,208,209,218 

exiga* 16 

hagnei Ill 

(Idonesroa f) cordate 98 

nebraaeensiB 96 

ahomaTdl 98 

Untoa 908 

Bcbiasoeiiaia 950 

ononcheila 220 

opifonniB 909 

paialelU 908 

sabrotnnda 908 

terminaliB 918 

trantTena 220 

(Trigonaroa f) obliqna Ill 

tCofiuDsarca 98 

Gw»mf«ra 999 

Cspeltaeooriiias 38 

• CyathaTCWiia 52 

CyatiMMdnitea 54,82,87 

firagiUs 54,82 

fpoteriom. 83 

sculpUlis 82 

tennidactylua 54,82 

. (^atbocrinua 23,26.87,88,42,43,45,53.60,81, 

> 117, 118, 150, 154, 163. 249, 251 

f 19 

angolatos 93»43 

arborena 38,60 

oonmtiu 5849,251 

foraaana 93 

enmnia 37,60 

fSwleyi 40,60 

granalifenia 255 

iBflazQa 52 

lowenaia .^ 5849,251 



Page. 

C jaUiocriima kelloggi 118 

lamelloaoa 117 

multibxaohiatiia. 154 

tpoterimn 04 

qninqnolobaa 37,60 

ramoaaa 52 

rigldnA 118 

aaflbidi 93,43 

aangamonenaia 93,45 

adtolna 513,27 

acnlptUaa 27,42 

atillativiia 150,163 

aabtmnidaa 37 

waohamnthi 580,60 

Cyathophycna 180 

retioolatiia 180 

aabapheriona . .^. 180 

Cyathopbyllida .'.62,108,109,121.223 

CyatbophyUidee 232 

CyathopbyUnm 68,108,100.223 

f 109 

artionm 09 

oalioolare 5847 

(Campopbyllam t) Deva- 

denae 100 

oorinthiam 5847 

oomicnlnm 192 

daridaoni 192 

beliaDtboidea 247 

palmari* 108 

profandam 348 

rogoaniu 192 

aabcaBapitosum 100 

torbisatiim t 247 

andalatometmiiliiplicatiun 5847 

vesiciiloaiim f 247 

Cyatbopora iowenaia 247 

Cydaa 99,215,217 

estraUana 917 

fonnoaa 15 

ftagilia 15 

pennacra 50,917 

aabelUptioaa 15 

tetrioa 915 

Cyolina t oircolaria 48 

Cyelobnuiobiate 84 

Cyolonema 79^80,t48 

bllix 79,148 

creiralate 07,80 

Cydopterla 246 

moqaenaia f.... 5840 

Cydora 79 

minate 79 

tparvula 79 

Cylioboa 101 

dekayi 220 

petroaa 50 

aoitnla 91,101 

tTolvaria 101 

CyliobxiidjB 101 

Cylindritea 29 

Cymatopleoratoampylodiaciia 5103 

Cymbellaglbba 903 

Cymbopora 100 

Cymella 48,101,184,261,264,268 



298 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Pace. 

Leperditia (Isoohilinft) armeta 188 

Totnndata 105 

Lepidestkes 60,144.154.165 

ooUetti 144» 154,165 

Lepidesthea ooreyi 60 

l«pidooentraa 63 

irregularia 63 

Lepidoptara 37,47 

Lepoorinitea moorei 66 

Leptena 57,78,130.189,234 

meUta 189.934 

tnacleata 57 

aerioea 78.130 

trilobaU 950 

Leptaathea 99.106,141.100 

Leptocslia 57 

flabeUitea 57 

Leptooardia 99,100.936 

carditoidea 936 

tjT)ica 936 

Leptodeama 194,196 

! 196 

transveraa 104 

Leptodomua granoana 20 

LeptoUanaa 106,153 

Leptopora 147.168 

winchaUi 147,163 

L<>ptoaolan 101,270 

oonradi 70,101 

LeacoohaUa 159 

Liohaa 89.65,91 

boltoni 91 

OQcnlliia 30,65 

LiobaiMtOTiiiiia 66^69,77 

crataiiformia 78 

djari 77 

Lima 80,73,86.110.133,178,218,236 

acatilinaata 47 

tcnnaata 30 

dantioolata 47 

leonenaia 918 

(Limatola) erecta IIO 

palagioa 47 

(Plagioatoma) oooldantalia 286 

reotiooatata 30 

retifara 52.73.86.178 

fainiiata 30 

aquamoaa 47 

waooeuaia 133.218 

Limid» 30.110,133 

Limnea 105.107,112,153,161 

(AoalU) haldemani 168 

f compaotilif^ 169 

(LeptoUronea) minaaoala 153 

(Limnophy aa f ) compactilia T T 

nitidula 112.168 

vetaata 112 

maekiaoa 107 

meekU 170 

miniuaofila 170 

DiUduU 95.161.221 

(PlearoIimDea) ienniooatatA 106, 161, 

169.221 

(Polyrhytia) kingii 119,170 

ahumardi 107.170 



Paga 

Limnsa (PolyrbytU) aimflia 99,96, 113, 170 

tADoiooata 16,221 

Totnato 99,95.170 

Limii»id» 84.105^107.112,135 

LimiuDinA 84 

LlmDophila 84 

Linmophyaa 108 

Limopaia 98 

allipaia 220 

nitena *. 50 

parvnla 93 

pectoDColaria 290 

atriato-ponotataa 955 

Limoptera * 194 

aannantioia 104 

Llnaaria 100.280 

oancellata-aoolpta 48 

ooDtraota 960 

tfonnoaa 100 

irradiana 48 

metaatriata 200 

Lingtda 28,33.55.58,62.72.85.89.96.119.126, 

129. 133, 177. 189. 192, 198. 262 

alba-pinenaia 109 

ampla 950 

antiqna 231 

breviroatris 18,33,262 

tdawaoni 108 

balli 119 

iowanaia 947 

l»na 192 

ligea 192 

var. navadanaia 109 

(Lingalella) membranaoea 89 

lonenaia 109 

fnumticala 196,129.180 

melie 89 

ininata 69 

myUloidoa 85 

oitida. 28.96 

ovato 993,235 

pinnaformia 950 

prima 231 

qaadrata 66 

aootioa 89 

var. nebraacanaia 72 

aubapatulata 13,51 

umbonata 177 

whitei 109 

Lingulella dayiaii 68 

lamborai 68 

Llngulepia 81.189.383,384.261 

cuDaolua 960,26i 

dakotanaia 261 

ella 934 

maera 180^933 

fminoto 189.934 

perattennatna 960,261 

pinnofonnia 261 

piimifonnia 81,68 

prima 31 

primieformia 2S9 

Lingalidap 31,38.62.96.138.261,262 

Liunaraaunia lOO 

aagiUatia 199 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



299 



P«ge. 

liourasoni* tiBDSTenA IM 

Liopiftlu 47,101,261 

(Cymella) meeki 961 

protezU 101 

liopboodM 35, 4» 

\ Tetema 4» 

Tetenms 35,167 

lispodMthM 134,158 

Ungnlifera 134 

DoptialiA 134 

tobacnrata 158 

Litbuia anUqu 166»170 

Ltthodaodran UneaU 40 

litkodomus 38,208,310.267 

■flinia 367 

cretaceus il#8 

ripleyana 267 

atamineiu 910 

LiUiodAntiiim ftircatum 229 



sooriiiaa. 



22» 

lithophafa 88,61 

linguaUa 88,61 

fpertenaia 38,84 

LiUwfllviioD 80.109.131,149,156,166 

? 80,282 

fcalifoniieiiae 30 

oaoadenae 149 

mamillare 80449,156,165 

microatjlnm 165 

Trhitneyi 109,181 

LttluflylidiaiD 229 

ampbiodon 229 

• ctennlatmn 229 

l»Te 229 

qaadTatmn 229 

rode 229 

trabecnla 229 

littorina 212,214 

pedroana.. 919,214 

108 

80,91 

graftonenais •5*91 

fortonl 80 

LogBMQiM 284,260,261 

LaBe]io««phaliia 950 

ohippewftenaia 950 

hamalaa 950 

L^p^kyttom 72,85,117.131,138,166.177 

ealMola 117 

ezpananm 138»165 

proUfemm 72, 85, 131, 177 

26^27,46,86,162,196,197 

f 196 

appRoimatam 105 

attemiataTar.Mmiooatat* 67 

beDa 197 

earithiformia 95,46 

enrekenaia. ^ 105 

inomata 95 

kand 36 

nraltiooatata 97,46 

nittdnla 95 

Dobile 195 

rngOM 95,46,152 



Loxonema aoitola 95« 40 

semicostata 86 

ffntbatteDoatum 105 

Lacina ... a 80. 90, 134. 153, 2t»7, 208. 163, 268 

acntilijieata 906 

cleburni 157 

cretacea 268 

(Diplodunu?) nabnndaU 263 

fibroBA 956 

gyretA 220 

lirata 80 

occidentalU. . 16. oO, 00, 263 
var. vent- 
riooaa 99 

(Paracyclaa) obioentifi 66,80 

parmacra 60 

profuDda 153.167 

aafedensis 969 

smockana 968 

anbtmncata 967 

aobnndata 13.09,134 

ayriaca 967 

ventriooaa 263 

Laoinidffi 30, 99, UO, 184. 263, 268 

Lonatia 102,137,264 

tacutiapira 48 

oonolima 102.264 

minima 221 

oocidentalia 102 

anbcraiaa K2 

atahenaia 137 

LnnoUoardiam 235 

fragoaam 235 

Lnnalitea 220 

bone! 220 

tdaotioloidea 947 

dnoloaU 220 

interatiUa 220 

Lutrarla! 211,213,215.217 

tranamontana. 915 

traakel 218 

Lyellia 156 

amerioana 155 

Lyonaia (PanopeiC) ooncava 10 

Lyopom&to 96,133 

Lyoaoroa 164 

powelU 164,179 

Lyropora ' 80 

H. 

Maclnrea 130,191.284 

(f) .180.191 

annalata 101 

carinata 101 

minima 934 

snbannnlata 101 

Macrocalliato 100 

Macrocbailidae 182 

Macrocbeiloa 25,46,74.86,90,127,182,197 

! 46,197 

altonenala 86 

angalifera 197,132 

intercalaria 95,46 

Tar. pnlobellaa ... 74 
kUppartl 68,90 



300 



INDEX OF OENEBA AND SPECIES. 



Page 

Haorooheilnfl medialiB 95»44) 

newberrji 88 

pallianas 51 

pnloheUus 99 

tezanns 9ff8 

HftCTOcyolis 107 

spatioM 107,170.221 

Maorodon 73. 86, 90, 117, 107 

f... 86 

delioatos 64 

bamiltoiUD 107 

mloronema 40 

obsoletns •••OO 

parmt 117 

tenuistriaU 51.78 

tenoiatriatoa 41,85 

tnmoatoa lOT 

Maorodontiiue 84 

l£aorfMcaphit«a 104 

Maomm 87,4^01,179 

Maotra 83.100.111,207,211,218,216^218,250 

f 217 

alto 16 

aroiformis 9Q7 

t oanonenais TO,148 

(Cymbophorat) formoaa 100 

graoOifl 100 

niUdnla 100 

taloaxensis 100 

tatabenais Ill 

warrenaaa 100 

diegoana 911,318 

emmonsi Ill 

formoaa 16 

gabiotonalB 917 

gibbaana 97,93 

graoilia 91 

fbolmeei 148 

tincompto 134 

mala 950 

petroaa 907 

pervetoa 907 

aioaxemiis 91 

syriaca 907 

toxaoa 919,218 

(Trigonolla) t arenaria Ill 

warrenaoa 16 

MaotridiD ! 100,111.134,209.271 

Mmmia 225 

axiBia 225 

fcarinato 225 

elliptioa 226 

eloogato 225 

fragllia 99ft 

gigaa 225 

gracilla 226 

graodis 226 

myifonnis 225 

f leoto 225 

Talida 226 

100 

216 

ringena 916 

HalletiiuB 82 

Kargarito , 102.264 



Mmok. 



48 

.. 102 
.102,304 
.. 98 

..fi^ior 



Margaritoabyaainua 

mndgoana 

nebraaoensia 

Margaiitona. 

nebraaoenaia 

KargaritoUa 108 

abotti 48 

flexiatriato Itt 

MargineUa biplioato 821 

Hanapfoorinitea 42 

Marteaia 101.270 

cnneato 101 

(Pbolaa) cratooaa 370 

froMBlari 60 

liartiiiia 80. 81, 41, 44, OS, 180, 181. 166^ Itt 

Mattheyla 100 

TariablUa 100 

Hasonia 61 

woodiana 01 

Heekella 72,86.190,121.181.177 

airiato-ooatoto 72.86.121,181.177 

Heekoceraa 146. 161; 900 

aplanatam 146,162,900 

graciUtotia 146,168.900 

Tar 146; 163 

mnabbaohanua 146 

mnsbbachiaiitim 162.930 

MegalaspiB 126; 121 

batonmaraa 190 

belemnnra 120 

HegaiDbonia 79.194 

jameei 06,71 

oooidentaUa 104 

Hegaptora 5% 148 

oaaei SO 

Hegiatociliiua 82.118^138»901 

oraaaoa 118 

eyanaU 961 

fiunaworthi 138 

parriroatria 82 

plenna 118 

(Saccocriiiaa)wbitei 82 

Melampoa 156 

f 158.167 

ameiioana 166, 169 

antiqaua 77,156.167 

fpriacua 99 

Helaoia 28,112,137.162 

aothonyi 16,221 

aroto 99,221 

elaiboriMiiaia 170 

oonvexa 16,17 

(Goniobaaiaf) acolptUia 66 

aubacalptUia 66 

twyomingonata 77 

bameroaa 99,221 

finacnlpto 162,169 

inveuaato 17 

lanmda 137 

minntala 16,221 

mnltiatriato 16,221 

nabraaoenaia 16 

tnltidiila 99 

omitto 17 

(Potodoma) Tetania 98,48 



nmSX Of OENEltA AND SPECIES. 



301 




PAge. 

Melttdftfaoiilptllis 112,101^170 

aimpwuii 99*, 221 

sablMTit ir,221 

trabMiilptilis I«m6a,170 

■oblortaOM 17,221 

toyloii 168,170 

teoaiowtnAtA 17,221 

warmuuiA 17 

wyemingensli 182,1(10 

HeUniido 112,185 

MduM^iia 168 

MeleagrtiMQ* 5MI7 

abniptft 287 

MaIIb* mmitMiA 60 

torto 60 

M«Kiilftiiitidnl»,.. 221 

MeUnioA 20.82 

MeUltetezaiiA 915 

23 

513 

mnltipon 48,80,312 

H«DetiM 84.108 

MaBooephalna 9MI 

Meratrix 211.212,213.214 

MUfoniiHiA 911,218 

dwioift 919^214 

60.911,218 

911,213 

60.211.213 

911,218 

lf«rtote .- 67 

Imyia 67 

MerlstoUft j 66.80,103 

M^rtotdUf (Meftottoa) cylindrio 80 

(WtaitfleUU*) BMOte 108 

Xeroeriniis 187 

eoRobonitos 188 

typos 187 

, 81.170 

lOi 

102 

221 

187 

biahopi 1S7 

199 

Xewrbytte 108 

106 

100 

Ifatoptoma 40.80,186.188,101.106.197 

taofllog* 101 

bimngsl 188 

oonrat* taniM 186 

tderoiiiGft 10ft 

peroeoidens 107 

phillipd 101 

(Platyoenw) nmbell* 40 

fvmbeU* 80 

lffaAiMi>i^ 186.177.228.285 

f 235 

eogeoen 177 

«xpMiia 16ft 

plaeante 16ft 

Mimbftcrhi 06 

americMift 06 

WetoeydtoM ft8 



MIerooyotiia dlsens . . . . 
Hlorodiaoiu 

dAWfloni ... 

pnnetatnt . 

HiorodoDHA 

oonioft 



68 

108 

106 

108 

46,87 

46,87 

Microdon 104.197 

(CyprioaidelU) oooafttaB 167 

maerottriatiis — 164 

Kieromeiia minntisaim* 220 

pwTA . 220 

Kioropiirgns minnialiia 221 

Mliiroatislft 66 

miUepvnoteta 66 

Ifioropyrgnt 107,182 

minntnlut 107,183^180 

Mathea..., 00 

MItnooataU 221 

flemingii 221 

221 

221 



101 

Hodiolft 28. 78. 197. 2U. 218. 287. 270 

attennat* 47 

(Brachydontea) nmltttlBigsm 76 

bnrlingtonenaia 5MI7 

ooBcentrloa-^oatellata 47 

oontracU 60.911,218 

oretaoea 47 

doeatelU W 

grannlato-oancallata 47 

lohnaoni 976 

jnliB 47 

JuUa 287 

(Lithodonmat) inflate 976 

meekli 47 

f naradenaia 167 

orata 270 

pedeniaUa 47 

(Penia)lionnoaa 98,40 

pertanida <• 

aalfordi 47 

apiniger 60 

f sobeUipfeiea 73 

(YolaeU*) anblvkbitoate 80 

Modiolaria « 

Modlolopsia 88^ M, 68, 180, 187. 100 

(») 180 

aonttfrona .994 

aioodea 994 

oanoallata 187 

imbrioaU 994 

modkdazia ,.... 282 

modioUfonnla 64 

oooldeiia 101 

orthonata 64 

peroTata 38,68 

pholadifoniiiB 939 

pogonipenaia 161 

priDiupta. 994 

aOlqna 994 

simplex 994 

snbsaaiita 64,91 



302 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Paga 

Iffodiomorpha 110,104,107 

altifonne 194 

ambigna 107 

fdeaiderata 19T 

tlaU no 

oblonga 104 

otitiua 104 

toTAto no 

fpintoenaiB 107 

MoUnsoa 24, 31, 82, 33, 88, 40, 41, 48, 44, 45, 54. 55, 58, 

57, 58, 50, 60, 61, 68, 72, 78, 80, 84, 85, 88, 00. 

01, 04, 05, 06, 106, 107, 108, 100, 110, 111. 112, 

118, 120, 133, 185, 186, 187, 138, 142, 144, 148, 

151, 158, 154, 155. 176. 225, 255, 260 

▼era 182,133.164 

Molloacoidas 133,165,260 

3foDooenu9 saloatam 222 

MonomyarU 07,105,182,133.263,266 

Honoplema 176 

maroida 170 

plngnisoola ITO 

Monopteria 41,45,127,132,178 

CibboM 178 

marian 197, 132 

MonotU 86,258 

1 268 

fgregarla 64,86 

bawni 10,20.51 

apeloncarla 268 

IfontiouUpora 120,135,155 

dalil 120 

frondoaa 155 

montioala 138 

Moitonia (Periarchus) oroatuloidM 222 

lyoUi 220 

pilena-Binenaia 222 

tumida 222 

Mortonioeraa : 104 

shoahonense 104 

T yermilionense 104 

Mnlinia 215,216 

densaU 918,216 

MultioostatA 84 

Morchlaonla 56.74, 117, 147, 151, 164, 101 

bioincta 55 

copei 151 

inornata 40, 87 

maioT 939 

milleri . 101 

nebrascensis 74 

obsolete 67 

tproUza 117 

Bubteniata 51 

terebra 147, 164 

MnricidaB 103 

Mya 215.216 

abmpta 905 

montereyana 915, 216 

f snbainaato 916 

teUinoides 931 

Myacites 31,34,111,164 

depressas 31 

inoonspicuas Ill 

nebraacenaii 91, 34 

(Plenromya) sabcompresea . . . .111, 170 



KyaoitoA (Plenromya) weberenais ] 

snboomprcasas 

subellipticoa 

If yacitea unioDoides 

MyaUna 24,32,44,46,78,82.86,132,151. 

106,236.257 

angnlata 94.3 

apaohesi S 

avionloidea 21,32 

oonoeDtrica 94 

ooDfteneris ] 

« (Gervillia) perplana S 

melinifonnis 41 

(MyteluB) perattennata II 

1 

1 



nessDa 

perattenoata.. 

permiana 

recta 

reonrvixostra . . 
recarviroatria. 



... 32,6 
.82,151 



.94 



aqoamoea 20 

st.lndovica 

sobqnadrata .20, 82, 51, 73, 178 

swallovi 45» 61, 73,132 

Hyrophoria ill 

ambilineata ] 

Uneata 

Myomia S 

elongata 5 

▼allda 5 

Myriapoda 37,4 

Myrtea 

My telos sabarcaatas 

Mytllaroa 

chemnngeDaia 

dabla 1 

(Plethomytilaa) oviformis 

MytilidiB 30. 33. 08. 110. 111. 260, 262, 267 

Mytiloides 

Mytilus. ... 30, 08. 116, 164, 211, 218, 217. 260. 262 

attennatas 

cone avn8 f 

ODgelmanni S 

febristriatas 1 

humeras 911< 

inesensia i 

inflatoa 

meekli S 

multistriatas 

occidentalis J 

oblivlaa i 

(CyrthoDota) Tentriooea 1 

pedroanoB 911, 

pertennis 

sabarcnatna 

whitei.... 164.1 



N. 



NaXa 

Naiaditea oarbonaria.. 

elongata 

IsDvia 

Naidea 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



303 



Page. 

Kiri» 212,214 

diegouift 50,919,214.221 

NaMft 212,214 

intMtriata 212 

interatriAto 214 

pedroana 919,214 

Satioa 208,210,211,212,213.214, 

217, 210, 228,220,236 

acnlitpira 48 

alabamiensia 221 

alyeato 911,218,221 

ambigoa 14,48 

coUioa 919 

oooeinna '.. 13 

erecU 221 

ganioalato 919,214 

gibboaa 211,218,221 

tnesana .60,217 

indnrata 998 

flelia 936 

219 

221 

monanensis «^ 14 

oUSquata 13 

ooddantaUs 14,281 

oooyaiia .919,214 

OBfciteat 211,218 

orientalis 910 

palodhUBfonnia IS 



taealaria... 
rabocaaaa.. 
syiiaea — 



910 

15 

208 

919 

16,48 

102, HI. 182, 284 

ValfteinaobUqiia 221 

Vatioopaia 25,27,46,80,88,132,130, 

152,164,165,170 

sqniatoiata 89 

altoneDiia 86^152 

hoDidayi 90 

t (Idonaarea) hamilto 80 

leyia 97,80 

BUonana Tar. geneTieyensia 40 

Bumilifera 162,195 

nana 46,182,170 

nodoana 9ft 

(Flatyoatoma) aoqnistriata 97 

rmex 139,164 

aaboyatoa 86 

(Tzaehydomia) nodosa 46 

▼ar. holli- 
dayii.. 46 

Toitrica 86 

whealeri , 86,179 

Tar 152 

SitBtflidjB 38,68,104,121,182,265 

Kaotflina 106 

Kantihia.. 25, 27, 29, 33, 39, 42, 45, 46, 65, 74, 84, 92, 93 
104, 182, 144, 165, 179, 245^ 258, 2G5 

(f) 258 

aagnatatna 50,999 

campbeUi 97,93 

dieaterenaia 99,45 



Page. 

NantttuB (Cryptooeraa) capax 39, 92 

f leidyi 39 

rockfordenslfi 40 

springeri 191 

daaTiUenaia 144,105 

dekayi 104 

Tar. montaDaensis 104,265 

digonua 42 

(DisoiteA) diaoiformia 39,84 

omatiis Tar. ampins — 39 

(Discns) digonns 95 

planorbiformts 95 

sangamoneoaia 95 

trisnloetns 95 

divlsns - 121 

elegana 104 

yar. nebrascensis 29 

(Xndolobna) peramphn 39 

•peetabilis 45 

eocentrlena 19,20,83 

forbealanna 179 

globataa 45 

lamarokii 222 

Is 39,87 

179 

oooidantalia 74 

planorbiformia 46 

pooderoena 74 

aangamonanaia 46 

(Solanocheilna) collectna 95, 84 

leldeyl 84 

specUbilis 95 

snbglobosns 95 

(Temnocheilns) ooxanns 84 

latns... 87 

niotensls 39, 84 

winslowi 87 

(Temnochilns) ooxanns 95 

latns 65 

winslowi 65 

tenni-planatns 99T 

(Trematodiacns) snlcatns 40 

trisnlcatns 42 

window! 179 

KaTlenlabacihun 229 

soalpnun 229 

semen 229 

siilcula 229 

Sigma 229 

Neara 101,260,263.264,272 

aeqnivalTla 979 

fibrosa 48 

longirostra 260, 263 

moreanensis 101,264 

ventricosa 101 

Neithea 215,218,266 

oocidentalia 915,218 

qninqneoostata 266 

texana 218 

Nematoorinna 40 

Nemoarca 267 

cretaoea 267 

Kemocardinm 99 

Nemodon 98,267 

angnlatnm 267 



304 



INDIiX OlP GliNlJRA AND SPECIES. 



Nvmodonbrevirroiis 267 

eafaulenaU 267 

ftuloatinus 98 

Kcmopbora floridana 220 

Nepttmaiinpressa 49 

Naptunelia 103 

Nerinea 208,209,210,219 

? 210 

abbreviata SIIO 

ooohleaBfonnis 910 

cretaoea »09 

orientalia »10 

rbamdonenaia 908 

sohottU 919 

syriaca 008,210 

NflriU 180 

f 180 

(Nereis) densaU 48 

NeiitelU 28,34 

nebraacenais 9S,34,49 

(NereiB) denaate 48 

mritldflB 34,133,134,180 

NeritioR . .127, 133. 134, 136. 137, 141, 143, 158, 161, 166 

bannisteri 158,167 

bronori 1««, 169 

(Doetia?) bellatnla 76 

carditoidea 76 

(patelllfonuU) 76 

incompta '. — 143 

uaUclformla J41,161,168 

nebrasoenais 49,167 

(Neritella) banniateri 76 

piauin 76 

phaaeolaria 197,133 

piaiformia 76,168 

pisnin 148 

poweUi 136 

(Yelatella) baptiata 141, 161, 169 

bellatnla 168,167 

carditoidea 134, 158, 167 

patelUformia 143 

yap. webe- 
renaia . . 143 

volvillneata 137,161,169 

NiyrltopaiBt taomeyana 48 

Nfiiiropteria 149.246 

angulata 946 

hlranU 149 

rarlnervia 149 

Neverita gibboaa 221 

Njpterocrinua 54,82 

arboreua 82 

waobamnthi 54,82 

NodoBarla 219 

tezana 919 

NiBggerathia 996 

elongata 226 

media 996 

apatnlata 996 

Notocoeli 35 

Notomya 224 

Xoloaiphites 35 

Ifnoleoepira 193 

barrlaU 116 

ooncinni 199 



P»jce. 

Nacnla .. 78, 86, 92, 98, 116. 147, 155, 163. 178, 194, 197. 

207, 808, 209, 213, 224, 247. 263. 297. 27] 

! 1» 

abmptat Conrad 991 

Dana 994,22 

( AciU) conradl , 5 

t anodontoidea 91 

bellaatriaU 16 

boyrichi .' 51.73,8 

cancellata 15,9 

Circe 971 

coDcinna 99^ 

crebriUneatA 991 

cnltellifonnia 2! 

deciaa 21 

divaricate 80,99< 

eqnilateralia 1^ 

evanai 1^ 

gabbana 5Ml! 

glendonenaia 99^ 

haydeni 12 

impreasa SMNI,23 

insnlaria 19 

iowenaia 11< 

kazanenaia i 

leTatiforme 19 

longifrons 21 

magna 2! 

.media 2 

minnta » 

monmonthensia 96 

myifonnia 99 

obaoletaatriata 16,1 

Tobtento 96 

oynla 2! 

paralella 519 

parva SB^Z 

pectnnonlaria Z 

penita < 

> peroraaaa • 21 

perdiU 39 

pereqnalia 21 

perobliqna 99 

perovata 5MI 

pemmbonata 147, K 

plana X 

planimarginata 98^21 

plaoomarglnata 1 

plioaU Z 

pnlcberrima 2! 

reacnenaia 19 

scitnla 1 

aemen 2! 

alackiana Si 

anbmncronata 519 

anbnaanta 1 

anbplana 15* t 

ayriaca^ 519 

traakana 17J 

ventricoaa 13,73,155^1' 

Nnculana 44,78,87,98,140.147.160,16 

178, 211, 260. 268. 207. 2 

albaria Z 

beUiatriata 1' 

▼ar. attennata 



INDEX OP GENERA AND SPECIES. 



305 



Koeoluia bUuIeat* 47,98,263 

oompreaAifroiM 268 

compBft 220 

cnltellifonnis 220 

tcnrU 44 

dedM 911 

feqnflateralis 98 

incUra 140, 160 

lati^fh>DS 47 

magna 220 

media 220 

obeaa 147, 163 

wegona 49,220 

omla 220 

paxra 220 

peniU 49 

piMBeformia 47,268 

plana 220 

plicata 220 

profcexta 47,267 

pulcherrima 220 

semen 220 

slacUana 47 

aabangalata 47 

anbeqttilatera 96#9 268 

anboasata M 

5villamettenais 49 

29aciiLinldsB 82,280 

NucolaniniB 32,33 

Kaeoloria •....268,271 

papyria 268 

Mconda 971 

KncnlklJB 98,267,271 

Kocolitea 235 

trlaognhu 935 

NalUporafobtexta 119 

KommuUtes 209 

arbienslB 999 

floridana 220 

manteUl 222 

Jfyaasa 194 

parra 194 

O. 

f)beliacaa ffi«lanellua 221 

pygmseaa 221 

striatna 221 

ObtOeUa 27,31,189,190.198,238,261 

? 198 

f ambigaa 190 

chmmatica 199 

dlaeoldea 189,933 

nana 97,31,261 

polite 261 

tianavena 198 

CboIia« 281 

Obolaa 56,259,281 

pectenoidea ^ 959 

I pectenoidea 261 

(Trlmerella) conradi 56 

Obovada 105 

fOlwitebagia 103,137,141,162 

bnccinoidea 137 

baccinoidea 162 

conatricte 103 

120— BulL 30 ^20 



Pago. 

f Odontobasia formoaa 141* l62 

Odontocopbalus 58 

Odonu»pieria 149 

aubonneate 149 

Ogyffia 190,234 

panibola 934 

f problematia 190 

prodacte 934 

f apinoaa 190 

OlendloB 126,129,189 

gilbertl 126,129,180 

bowclU 129,189 

iddinffai ; 189 

powelll 128 

Olenaa (OleneUna) gilbertl 88 

howelli 88 

Oligoporaa 95,48,54,83 

coreyi 64 

dane 43,60 

nobiltu 54,88 

Oligoptych 101 

Ollva oncillariefonnia 60 

pbiUipaii , 222 

Olivella ancUlariformia 50 

Olivnla f plicate 222 

pnnotnlifera 222 

Ollacrinna. 42 

Omala 100 

Onjpbiacola 108 

Onyebaater 61 •68, 88 

barrisi 88 

flexilla 61 

flexiloa 88 

Onyohocrinua *. 40,48.60,84,154 

diToniia 40,60 

exoolptaa 83,154 

monroenaia 48 

norwoodi 48 

ramnloana 154 

whitfleldi 84 

Opercolatam planolatom 222 

Omphalotrocbua 80 

OphUete 66,108 

complanate var. nana 108 

owenana 55 

Opbioderma 1 158 

t bridgerenaia 158 

OphiuToidea 78 

Opia 208.209 

eqnalia 999 

ondatna 998 

OrbiooU 207,209.210 

f 210 

lagnbria 49 

moltilineate 49 

prima 950 

anbobUqaa 907 

f ayriaca 999 

Orbionloidea 72,89 

f 72 

OrbitoUtea diacoldea 220 

interatitia 220 

(Orbitoidea) mantelli 222 

Orbitullteaf reticulate 947,248 

texanoa 47 



306 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Pago. 

Orthis 29,30,67,58,02,72.78,85^100,116,129, 

180, 131, 148, 151, 185, 177, 188, 190, 192, 
198,284,285,247.248 

f 80,58,248- 

MAohnoidM 5)33 

beUnla ^ 78 

biforata var. aontillrato 148 

lynx 180 

biUlngsi 198 

borealis 78 

oarbonaria 72,85 

coloxadoensis 06 

crenistria 243 

coneata 950 

elAotra 129 

eUa 78 

emacerata 78 

eurekensis 189 

flssioMta 78 

bamburgensia 190 

hlbrida 57 

XnipreatA 192 

inaculpta 78 

iowenaia 82,148 

var. f amarina 58 

lonenaia 190 

mcfarlanei .58,6SI, 192 

micbelini IQji 

oooidentalia 78.180,148 

P60osil 181,177,943 

perreta 190 

pUcatella 78,180 

(Platystropbia) acotilirato 78 

Wforata 78 

dentata 78 

laticosta 78 

lynx 78 

pogonipoDBia 934 

reaapinataf 235 

reanpinoidea 151 

retroma 78 

aubeUlptica !!• 

auboarinata 57 

BubqnadratA 78,148' 

teatndinaria 130,190,2481 

thlemei 116,165 

tricenaria 190 

talUensis 192 

ambracalumt 232 

UrUilsina 257 

f 267 

orasaa 19,20 

miasonriana 52 

miasonrienaiB 20 

shnmardiana 20 

nmbraoulam 20, 274 

0rthoc6ra« . .25, 27, 36, 39, 44, 65, 74, 79, 87. 91, 94, 109, 
110, 126. 129, 154, 179, 187, 195. 198, 248 

? 191,198,258 

anellQm 55 

angulatom 91 

annulato-coBtatam 44 

annnlatam 164 

annalocostatam 9T 

bacolmn 93*94 



Page. 

Otboceraa blakei HO 

(Cameiooeraa) colon IS 

oolon 196 

cribroaam "74 

orobriatriatnni. ................ 39» 91 

enrekenaia 196 

expanaom 99,27,44 

fiaogranuna 67 

joUetenalB 39,91 

kingU 199 

marginale 947 

mednllare 91 

mnlticameratom 191 

nobile 39 

nova mexicana 943 

oneidftenae 187 

(Onnoceraa) beckil 66 

ortoni 68,79 

randolphenaia 198 

mabenaia 87,179 

Bubbaonlnm 39 

undnlatnm 947 

winchelUi 39,91 

Ortbooerata ^ 191 

OrthooeratitidtB 109,110 

Orthonema 9r, 46, 74, 80. 86 

conica 46,86 

newberryi 67,80 

•Balteri 46 

aubtieniata 51,74 

Ortbouota 116 

Ortbonycbia 40 

Ostraca 227 

Oatraooda 138 

Oatrea 28, 83, 98, 94, 105. Ill, 183, 138.142, 

151, 158, 160, 172, 173, 205, 206, 209, 

211, 213, 216, 217, 219, 233, 236, 237. 

262. 266, 270, ^1 

1 97 

alabamenaia 237 

(Alectryonia) bellaplicata 142 

blaokii 191,158 

larva 173 

lingnafeUa 971 

prooambena 172 

sannionia 136,142 

amerioana 172 

anom i» formia , 172 

anomioidea 76,158, 172 

apr^saa 172 

atwoodi 237,238 

barrandei 172 

bella 172,91* 

bellamgoaa 172 

bellipUcata 172 

blackli 172 

breweri 172 

boreaUa 287 

bryani 172 

bonrgeoiaii 238 

boasaingaultii 20S 

carinata 172; 219 

carolinenais 172,287 

compresairostra 287 

conobapbila 2S8 



INDEX OP GENERA AND SPECIES. 



307 



Page. 

Ottte* oonfhigoM 172 

ooDxesto 97,172,233.273,274 

contrmcta 915,210.237 

oonveza 172 

cortex 133,172,919 

cortScoea 999 

cxenulata 172 

erennHmaiiKhiaU 172,206 

cretacea 172,237 

denticnlifen 172,280 

disparllis 238 

dihtviana 172 

diraricata 187 

elegantnla 173 

enselmaimi 99, 96,172 

erewa 290,237 

exogyrella 172 

lUcata 172 

lUdformla 237 

fraokUni 172 

fuidata 288 

gabbana 98,172 

gaUna 288 

georgiana 287 

glabra Itl, 100,168,178 

glaaoonoidea 971 

glendifoniiis 970 

(Gryphea t) patina 97 

nniformia 93 

(Gryphaoatreat) nabnlata 97 

beermaimi 212,213,288 

Idiiaenaiii 71,178 

inoniata 91,97,178 

iBMoara ISO 

larra 280 

lateralis 178 

lingnloidee 900 

Uttlel 178 

Ingnbris 93,178,919 

Iniida 288 

lyeni 173 

maneiformis 178 

maiahil ! . . . .241, 248, 243 

meaenteriea 178 

■wrtoai 178.237 

miltainU 178.919 



pandgfomds. 



orieataUs 209 

178 

178,200 

178 

917,288 

172 

10,178 

173 

97,173- 

238 

planorata 178 

Plwnoaa 178,200 

l>nidentia 103,178 

qnadriplicata 142,173 

robatta., 173,919 

^aonkmifl 178 

•c^ba 200 




Page. 

Oatrea tciilptorata .- 238 

seUsformia 990,237 

•deiiiaciia 00,70.158,178 

BtrlgUeenla 133,172,202 

sabalata 178 

sabfUoata 988 

aalOeeta 917,238 

raborata 178,900 

anbapatulaU 173.219.200 

snbtrigonalia 105.100^178,900 

ayrtaca 900 

tayloriana 288 

tectiooataU 178,200 

titan 210,288 

tbine 887 

toroao 178 

tranalncida 18,173 

trigonalla 287 

tnomeyi 178,237 

onifonnia 178 

TeatohU 288 

veleniana 919,288 

velioata 178,919 

TMpertina , 211,818,219,888 

vioksborgeoaia 287 

virgaU 200.900 

Tirginiana 288 

▼irginioa 288 

var. californioa, 248 

▼omer 178 

wyomlngenaia 77 

Oatreida) 30.83,97.105,111,133,282,200.870.271 

Otosamf tes maoombii 940' 

Ovalee 84 

Oxyatele 180 

Oxyrhina maiiteUi 240 

Oxytoma 33,49,97,142,151,153,158,202 

P. 

Pachycardinm 99,208 

bnrlingtonenae 908 

Pacbydeama 215,217 

Ineaana 910,217 

Pacbydomna 225 

antiqaataa 225 

onneatna 225 

ievla 225 

oralla 224 

poaffloa 224 

aaoonhia 224 

Paebymya 143, 151. 158 

anatinenata 148 

?oompaota 151.158 

tberteyl 143 

ftrnnoata 70 

Paobyodon 101,106 

Paohypbylhim woodman! 198 

Paobytbanis 99 

Palsoneilo 89 

bedfbcdenaia 89 

Palsaoia 104 

cimeatas 154 

oymbia S8 

obtoaa , 52 

nmbonata 52 

Pal«acmea 198 



308 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



PaUeoster. 



Page. 

78 

dyeri ©g.TS 

graoolosas 78 

inoomptiu TO, 78 

fjamesii 78 

ahaefferi 78 

PiUaBchinldi© 43 

PalKohinus 23,43.83 

barlini^toneiiaia. 93»48 

graclUa 6S, 83 

Palieocampa 37,47,61 

anthrax 37,47 

PakeooarldsD 87 

Pateocaria 37, 46, 63, 61, 17» 

typna 37,46,61.179 

PalflBOohorda 259,261 

prima 950» 261 

Palsocyclna 62 

kirbyi 69 

PaliBomaoon 192 

rcBineri 199 

Palsomoera 100 

Palseophyona 260.261 

ooddentaUa 960,261 

PaheophyUam 165 

diyarioana 165 

Palasterina 24 

(SboeDoater) flmbriata 24 

Palinras 143 

pentanfpilatiu 143 

Pamnm 216,216,217 

oraaalcardo 915 

estrellaniim 915,216,217 

Palmnla aagittaria 47 

Paladina conradi 1# 

leai 16 

leidyi 16 

mnltilineata 16, 221 

peouliarla 16 

retuaa 16 

troobifonnia 16 

vetnla 16,221 

Pandora 216 

blUrata 216 

Panop»a 207,210,217,269,271 

oooperl 19 

decisa 269 

elUptlca 971 

eatrellana 50 

(myaoitoa) anbcUipfclca 18 

ooddentallB 16 

orientalia 210 

pecterosa 907 

texana 255 

Papillina altilis 222 

Papyridea ( Liopintha) eleKantola 47 

rostrata 47 

aancti-sabas 47 

Paracyclas 188,149,194,235 

elliptica var. occidentalis 140 

occldentalia 194 

peracoidens 935 

sabina 138 

Pamdoxidro 81,108 

ParadoxldeH 108,198,199,248 



Page. 

Paradoxidea acadions 198 

eteminioas 196 

harlani 199 

lamellatiia 196 

fnevadenais 65,108 

Paramlthrax 159 

fwalkeri 159 

Paranomia 266 

lineata 286 

Bcabra 266 

Parapbolas 143,272 

kneiakemi 979 

aphenoldeuH 143 

Pasceolna 56 

daotylloidea 56 

Paaithea aoionlata 221 

Ingabria 221 

notata 221 

scale .• 221 

anloata ^ 220 

striata 220 

Patella 154 

levettel 154 

tenella , 993 

Patooeras • 104 

Patola 158 

Peoopteris 246 

bnUatna 246 

cydoloba 946 

fidcatus 346 

mexioana 946 

todontopteroides 931 

undoUta 931 

var 231 

Pectea 24,30,205,207,208,211,212. 

213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 245, M 262. 266. 271 

acaUplicatas 39 

ai&nis 49 

altiplectns 915 

altiplicatos 917 

bella 49 

belUatr^U 9» 

bellistTiatos 49 

broadbeadii 51 

oalvatQS 220 

catUlifbnnli* 919, 214 

(Chlamsrs) oroticnlas 266 

oomptoa 994v226 

cooeensis 956 

delombis 908 

desert! 911,213,217 

discns 917 

extenaatns 99, 49 

bawni 51 

bnmphreysii 995 

illawarrensis 226 

kneiskeml 271 

lenniscnlas 226 

magnolia 1 917 

meekii 915,917 

misBOuriensis f 51 

mitis 99« 

(Monotis ?) coloradensia 94S 

nebra8censi» IS 

neglectos 61 



INDEX OF OEKEBA AND SPECIES. 



309 



rage. 

Pecton nevMlMius 919, 214 

newberryi 960,262 

obratos 908 

oooideiitalU 245,274 

pabloenaU 91# 

pUmioostatas 906 

propatolos 49,906 

qnadiioottatos 255 

qninquenariiu 266 

ilfbyi 941 

rigida IS, 47 

■qqamnllfaroB (t) 266 

(Sjnoyokmeniat) periamoUoans 266 

tenoicolUa 994,226 

tenniliDeataa 94 

temiiacQliia 994 

tenoiteatiia 266 

ntahenaia 99 

Tennatiia 266 

Peetenidio'. 80,260,281,371 

Paotinibzanchiata 34,102,106^132,134,185 

Peotlnids 82,83,87,182,183,268 

Pectoncolna 98.217 

alllpaia 220 

nitena 60,966 

patnlna 966 

aUmxenaia 13 

aabimbrieatua 18 

Peetaooalfna iMfmla 15 

Pelagna Tanuxemi 222 

Poiltalla 212,214 

apakaa 214 

apalcBom 919 

PODiiiLlaziaiiobUia 208 

Taridia 208 

FntaorixiidjD 83,133,262 

Pntacrinitea 83,04.262 

aateriaena 286,262 

Pentaorioiia 183 

aateriona 18 

aateriaona 83,183 

Pentadia 993,226 



lenifomiia 993 

apatangna 993 

txigonia 993 

5§, 62, 116, 193 

bonaUa 69 

oomla 68,198 

bnapodiM 247 

lentieolaria 116 

lotla 193 

oblongna 247 

aabgloboana 58 

PmtmidaB 133 

Peotreodtea 26^54,83,01,118,140,249,251 

bnrlingtoneoaia 64, 83 

oonoideaa 149 

oornntna 26 

florealia 255 

godoni 149 

(Granatoorinna) granuloaaa .. 38 

laterniformia 940,251 

meb 940,251 

var. pKqJaotna 96 



Page. 

Pentremitea Dorwoodii 940,251 

pyriformia 149,248 

airiua 118 

atelliformU 949,251 

anlcatuB 255 

(Trlcoalooriniia) obliquatns .. 91 
(Trooatocrlnoaf ) woodxnaiiii 54,83, 87 

wortbeni 88 

Periploma olaibornenaia 220 

Periplomya 269, 271 

elliptica 260 

tmncata 9T1 

PeiiaobiBobinide 42,43,44,60 

Porlaaoptera 102 

Pavooea 100 

PeconiBoderma 100 

Penia 1 29,32,217 

montana 50, 917 

torta :... 50 

Pemopecten 60 

ahamardivma 69 

P«riaonota 268 

protexta 268 

Petalodna aUegbanienaia 20 

Petraater 26 

wilberanua 5MI 

Pa^oola 211,218,271 

noTangyptioa 9T1 

pedroana 911,213 

PetriooUda 271 

Patroepongia 43 

Pbaoopa 69,195 

anohiopa 232 

oalUcephaliia *. 232 

rana 59,105 

Phaoopaide 109 

Pharella 101,158 

dakotenaia 101 

tpealei 76,158 

PbaaiaaeUa baleana 48 

perovata 48 

punctata 48 

Pbenopora multipoTa 931 

PhUHpaia 39,74,84,87,90,149.179,196 

! 74,253 

bnfo 149 

ooronata 196 

(Griffltbidea) bofo 65,84 

lodieosia 90 

portlockii 39,84 

aangamonensis 39, 87, 179 

aoitnla 39,87,179 

iD%)or 74 

peraiiDiilata 956,257 

•cituJa 74 

aterensoni 60 

taberoalata 65 

Pbilocriima 38 

nebraaoenaia 86 

pelvia 38 

Pboladida) 101,270.272 

Pholadomya 29, 34, 35. 92, 100. 164, 205, 

207, 209, 218, 269 

(Cymella) tindata 48 

deciaa 967 



310 



INDEX OF GENEBA AND SPECIES. 



'!! 



PhoUdifinya (Goniomya) borealU IT 

(Homomya) aadaz 225 

oarvata[?l 226 

glendoDeoBis 995 

humilia 91,34 

kingii 164 

mAryUndioa 905 

oocidentaliB 269 

orbionlaU 35 

papyiaoea 99»100 

(Platymya) nndata 225 

(Prooardift) hodgU 100 

roemeri 5MI9 

aaooti-salMD 220 

sabelongat* 17,92 

sabTentrioou 18,100 

tyilAca 94MI 

texana 918 

imdataH.&H 15,48 

nndaUDana 993 

FlioUdumyids 100 

rUiiUn.. 205,270 

cithara 270 

cioneata 18 

riata 970 

petpoaa 905 

rboModdaria 83 

irregularia 83,87 

PhoMopn 79,192 

beUula 199 

oincionatieiisiii 79 

qnadroninilaria 199 

rhatj<.4iiu8 (FlabeUioa) onneatna 47 

aagittArint 47 

rboru« 188,208 

exonentus 138 

flyriaona 998 

Phm^^iDceras 39,91,248 

yentriooanm t 247 

walahli. 39,91 

PbylUto* 246 

coriaoeoua 946 

veDMitsimna 946 

rbyllocoraa 98,104 

fbalU 104 

tramoana 93 

PhyUcHls 100 

FhTUograptna 126,129 

loringi 196,129 

PhylUipoda 61 

PhvUntbecaaustraUa 927 

Phylldtwithla 91,106 

aaborata 106 

anboTatna 91 

Pbysft 107,186,187,141,148,161.197 

1 143,161.167,168 

bfldgeninala ft, 135, 159, 170 

oarlatoni 77,143,167 

oopai 139,161,169 

feUx 141, 161, 169 

kaoabenaia 137 

loDgoiactila 16 

B^braaoenala 16 

pleromatia 135, 170 

lirlaoa 180, 197 

tbamboiidea 16 



Pi««^ 

taeoalina 107,170 

anbelongata ]• 

Physanoidc. 110,238 

Phyaella 107 

PbysetoorinuB 81 

Pby8ida> 106, 107, 185, 1» 

Phyaine 34 

Physodon 107 

Pieatoobeilua 49,108,158 

Tiokabnrgenaia 222 

Pileopaia tenella 994 

alta 994 

PlDna 78, 111, 121, 127, 132, 184, 158, 178, 

196. 245, 269, 207, 270 

calamitoidea 954 

oonaimiliB IM 

hinrichaiana 191 

inezpeotans ^ 194 

kingU Ill 

Ukeai 145.158 

laqneata 297 

flinKula 945 

ludloTi 959 

peracuta 73. 182, 178 

petrina 197, 134. 152 

roatriformia ' 270 

stevenaoni 159 

Pinnidae Ill, 121, 132, 134, W7 

Pinnalaria afiaoia 229 

ampbioxya 228 

dlgitna 238 

gaatrom 220 

macilenta 221 

meagtmgyla 221 

oregonioa 22S 

paohypterat 208,221 

plaoentula 228 

vlridia 2a 

viridula 221 

Pirenella 106,161 

Piaoea 22< 

Piaidium 131 

aaginatmn 137, 16f 

Pitar 10( 

Plaoenticeraa 98,10( 

placenta lOi 

var. interoalaro 104 

( Spbenodiaona) lenticiilare ... 104 

vancoayerenae 91 

PlacQDopaia 86^90.142 

oarbonaria 41,86,8; 

hUliu^anaia 14S 

recticardinalia 91 

Plagiaroa 9 

Plagioatoma dnmoaa 22 

eobinatnm 4' 

pelagionm 4' 

Planaria nitoaa 221 

Planella 81 

Planorbella , 84.10( 

Planorbinc 84 

PlanorblB 84, 96, 106, 107, 112, 185^187, 158, 

150,161 

f 18« 

a>qnalia 153, 17( 

amplezoa 19 



INDEX OF OEXEBA AND SPECIES. 



311 



(MeiMtnft) 



Pace. 

Planorbii (Bftthyomphalos) unplezns ■ . 108, 101,109 

kAOftbeodii.lSy, 109 

pbmo-oooTexiM ..108, 

181. 100 

dzmias 150,170 

ooBTohitiu I69 108^181, 189 

▼M 108 

fragiUs 17 

(67imiiliis)inlliUris.... 103,170 

Wdyl 91,107,170 

170 

107 

107 

nelmaoeiiais 170 

speoteliOk 99,95,113 

rmr. nUbcnsU 96,112 

nlnimbllioaitiia IM 

toioiTolTla 17 

ntaheosi* 99,185,170 

Tir. apeotabilis 170 

Tetemos 84,187 

Tetnlut 91 

vetnstas 170 

Plaate 128,250,281 

PUaokria c o nea t a 47 

FlatyeeiM 40,57,60,80,74,80.84,88,90,117. 

1S2, 140t 18M78, 188, 104, 197 

mr 

80 

biralre UT 

oonndi IIM 

dnaowm Tir. rt tM — ta m 80 

eqidlaAen 84^149 

iMonDft 84 

haUoloidM 4«,50 

Inftvdibiilaa 84 

iBTigitim 40 

186 

•T,80 

Ul;l79 

T4 

194 

19T 

(OrtlMB jdfalA) ehMtanoM 46 

iaftuditakai... 4# 

iodi«BM eytso 

pjTMnldatiim ... 67 

qviaeyeMe 80 

•obpUMitiia. . . .46, 69 

pmUnm IIT 

piM 197 



m 

•pinde. 



triboktom . 



uadvULUnm.. 

▼estrioMiiiD . 

PkljeUniftik 

ocohis . 



88 

67 

.. 07 

.. IM 

..•7,90 

. IM 

.46,84 

.. 194 

59 



PUiyetinitM . 



... 228 



Page. 

PUtyorinitca eqnalia 82 

borlingtoDeDsia 82 

(Bnoladocrijiiia)montaiMMiiaia 71 

bam 82 

bemiapberiODt 88 

inoomptua 83 

planna 82 

parralna 85 

aobapinosna 82 

tennlbranobiatna 82 

PUtycriniia .28, 28, 38, 42, 48, 50. 80, U7, 118, 127, 130, 
144. 154, 183, 185. 248, 249, 250,251 

f 127.130 

amerioaona 949,251 

bonoeaaia 144,105 

bnrlingtonenaia 940,251 

oomigatiiB SI40, 251 

diaooideoa 949,251 

baydeni 183 

bemiapbjBrieoa 88,80,154 

inoomptna 117 

moltibmiobiataa 5MI 

nlotenaia 88,80 

owenl 99 

parrulaa 38 

penlcOlua 93,44 

planua 44,69,949,251 

plenua 93 

(Plemoorinoa) aaper 99,59 

aabaplnoaiia 42 

plearoTimenaia 118 

pratteBamia 93,48 

qidiuiiieiiodiia 118 

aoobina 99,50 

Terrnooaua 117 

jandeOli 949,251 

Platyoatonia 25^80.148,194,197 

inoraatnm 107 

lineatam 194 

nana 90,27 

niaganoae 148 

Tar. trigoDoetoma . . 80 

ttrlgonoatomn 97 

ftomida 90 

Platyohknia 196 

f amMgaiuii 100 

fdepreaaom 993 

fmocoyl 190 

pelieoldea • 40 

Platytroehna goldfliaaU 220 

atokeaU 220 

Plactoaolen t diegoenaia 220 

parallelaa 220 

Pletbomytaoa 194 

Plenroorimu 88,42 

Plenrodictyimi 57 

ptoUematioam 57 

PleoroUzniina 108,181 

Pleoromya .'. 280.282 

newtoni 969,982 

Plearopboraa.32, 33. 88, 45, 81, 78, 88, 90. 151. 197, 258 

! 92 

t ongnlataa 38,93 

oalbonni 83 

t (oardinia) anbooneata 19 



312 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

Fleurophonis costaiifonuis 38, 61 

obloDj^is » 73*86 

occidentalia JO, 32, 73, 258 

meeki 197 

subcostatus 38,45,151 

? Bubcaneata 20 

subcnneataB 83,51 

tropidophoroa 90 

PLeurotonia 212,214,287 

beaamontii 222 

ciBlata 222 

chUdreni 222 

demoyenii 222 

kelloKU 222 

loDsdalii 222 

minor 3A« 

monilifera 222 

nodooarinata 222 

obUqna 222 

ocoyaoa 212 

pagoda 937 

platyaoma 937 

sayi 222 

texana 222 

transmontaiia 919, 214 

yarioostata 222 

venosta 937 

Flearotomaria 24, 32, 39, 43, 44. 45, 56, 63, 74, 

79. 81, 89. 117, 147, 149, 151, 
164, 165. 179, 191. 197, 248, 268 

1 63,248 

angalata? 248 

broadheadi 165 

brasoensis 45 

oasii 56 

cheaterenaia 95, 44 

oonoidea .. 40,87 

oornala 939 

oozaoa 40, 87 

cydonemoidefi 56 

excelsa ^ 946 

granaloatriata 94,45 

gray viilenslB 74, 147. 164 

gnrieyi 67,87 

haUiana 958 

haydeniana 74 

hnmeroaa 19, 20, 32 

inornata 74 

lacina 81 

lenticularia 248 

lonensia 191 

maroouiana 74 

miaaissippiensis 117 

morrislantt 224,21!6 

muUioiienBiB 49 

(Murcbisonia) nieU 39 

mnralis 950 

neTadensis 197 

newportenais 165 

nodoDiarginata 197 

nuda 993,226 

obtusiMpira 958 

perhumerosa 74 

^ perizomata 151 

^^ peronata 958 



P»ee. 

Pleurotomaria pratteni 99, 4S 

proutiaiia 3W 

(Soalites f) tropidopbora ...7«,7» 

adtola 9*, 45 

ahnmardi 9ft, 43 

apeoioaa 95,45 

spbaDnilaAa. 179 

spiiimema 40,87 

aabaoalaria 95,46 

saboonatriota 94,45 

snbdeonaaat* 74 

sabtnrbinata 19,20,82 

snbsiniiata 95,45 

atneleokiaoa ... 226 

tobaUta 148,179 

taggartl., 88,164 

tenaioincta 94,45 

texana 48 

textiligera 67,88 

trifUata 993, 2S4 

tamida U 

tarbinlfonnU 95, 45, 17S 

nniangalata 931 

valTatiformia 46^ 83 

PleurDtomariids 32,39,63,103 

Pllcatula 93, 136, 142, 218, 2« 

arenaria 9SI 

hydrotheca 136,143 

inoongrua 91!l 

atriato-coatata 59 

urtiooaa * 26( 

Plumulitea 191 

PodoeDbenia pupula 221 

Podophtbalma 32,132.13: 

PodoKamiteacraaaifolla. 914 

PoBcilopoda 189,191,195,191 

Polycajllia 27i 

Polynema 91 

PolypbemopaU 27,46,86,149,155,17! 

(») ITJ 

chryaaUia l...40,8l 

fuaiformia 141 

inornata 4< 

nitidula 46,155,171 

peracnta 46,171 

Polypi 71.96,108,109,121,126,148,149,17 

Polypora 72,127,13 

biarmioa .* 5 

marginata S 

mexioana 974 

atragnU 197,13 

sabmarginata .... ■ 7S 

Polyrbytoa 10" 

Polyzoa 38, 60. 68, 72, 78^ 80, 88, 90, 94, 127. 131 

144, 147, 151, 163, 17i 

Porambonitea 23 

obsonma 934 

Poroellia 69,117,Ui 

crasainoda 11^ 

nodoaa 5( 

obllqainoda lit 

Porifera 154,189,19; 

Poritea astraforrais ^24' 

Porocrinns 37, & 

oraaaua 37* S 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



313 



Page. I 

rurociinas pentagonioB ;i7,5S 

PonlandiA 96 

roiidonomy* 90,110,194 

deTonica 194 

^ firaoU 90 

tngom 110 

l»vis 194 

PMunidft 106 

PotoriooriiiitM.' 77,82.83,84,86 

hiMtm 84 

(Dendroerimu) oadueens ... 77 

dy«ri 68,77 

OMci 77 

oinciimatieo- 

sit 68,77 

polydActyhis. 68,77 

posticus 77 

liardinensis 84 

maooapinensis 85 

tperplexas 82 

(Soaphiocrinixs) eqaaUs — 83 
bayensis ... 84 
carbonarins. 85 

ooroyi 83 

depressns .. 83 
hemlspheri- 

cns 85 

bimtsTiUe . 84 
macadamsi . 88 
randolpheii- 

sis 84 

nnioiis 88 

(Zeaorinns) arborens 84 

anniger 84 

oariniferoos — 84 

oompaotilis 89 

oompaotUns — 84 

eofnoionns 64,83 

fonnoBQS 84 

[Hydreioooorinns] 

aoantbopoms. 86 
muorospiniis ... 86 

snbtamides 84 

FiBlflriDertaiiis 28,26^37,88,42,48,00,85,01,118 

163,248,261 

bumBfoiiiils.... 118 

earinatos 96,60 

doprossna 86 

fenomiia 96 

bemispbeileiis 62 

S8,60 

168 

obuncus 118 

oooidentaUs 949,251 

ibombtfems 949,251 

ssUgDoideas 118 

(Soapbioorlnas) bayensis ... 38 
oarbonarins. 96 
deoadaoty 

his 93,43 

norwoodi ... 38 

Bolldns 96 

snbtnmidus. 38 
tennidacty- 
Ins 38,00 



Pag^ 

Poteriocriiiiis (Scapbiocrinas) anious 91 

waohsmathl. 96 

spinosos 949,251 

sabimpressns 96,60 

swallovi 93,42 

tenaibrachiatiis 96, 60 

tnmidns 949,251 

(Zeserlaxis) oarbonarins 87 

Prisoofioos boniii 221 

PrioBOoyolns 94 104,160,265 

mooombi 94 

(Prionotropis) -woolgari 104 

wyomingensls 150,265 

PrioDotropis 104 

Procaidia 100 

Prodootolla 198 

ProdnctMsD 81,62,108,109,121 

Prodactns .. 24.26.30,44,45.58,61,62,72.85,80,02, 

04, 108, 100, 110. 180, 181, 140. 156, 163. 

197,193,196,233,235,1:57 

1 62.80,100,232 

lequioostatas 253,274 

bniobytbems 225 

oalbonnianns 90,246,267 

canorini 52 

oora 177,248,256 

▼ST. mogayoni 243 

costatoides 246 

oostatQS..72,10e,131,140, 177, 243,245.256 

! 282 

delawsrU 943 

dissimilis 62 

elegans 235 

exaotbematns 68 

flemingU 52,243 

Tar.bniUngtoaeiisis... 236 

fragilis 993,225 

gtgantens 363 

hlrsntiforme 193 

borresoens 52 

borridns 52 

iresl 945 

koninokianns 52 

• bcricostains f 285 

l»vlcostns 116 

lasaUensis 86 

latissimns 08 

lepUylt 257 

loogispinns 52,72,86,100,131,177 

magnns 96,61 

mexicanns 131,966,257 

mnltistriatns 99,04.100 

marioatos 131 

naons.... 94,46 

nebrasoensis . . . .52, 72, 85, 181, 177, 9d6, 

274 

neradensis 169 

nodosnN 946,246 

norwoodi 30,267 

ocoidentalis 946 

orbinianns 52 

panms 94,44.130 

pertennis 79 

pileolas 966,257 

popei 966,267 



314 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

Prodactaa prattenianns 20» 52, 72, 109, 131 

(Product^lla) hallanus 193 

lachryoiosas var. 

limas 193 

laohrymosas var. 

stigmatus 193 

lachrymoaua navi- 

cella 193 

apecioaas 193 

sabaculeatua 193 

sbamardianuB 193 

truDoatas 193 

punotatas. . . .72, 85, 131, 155. 177, 243. 255 

poatolosas (?) 20,242 

pyxidiformia *... 243 

TOgersi 20,52,233,245 

aoabrionlus 243.245 

BOitalae 94,43 

8emireticalatQ8..30, 72, 109, 131, 177, 232, 

• 233.285,243.245,274 

var. antiqnatuB . . 257 

Mmistriatua 93,94,109 

aplendens (!) 20,845,253,274 

snhaoaleatua 04,108,196 

sabhorridaB ..1 1<HI 

symmetricna 72. 177 

villieral 274 

viminalis 119 

ProetidiB 109 

Proetus 39, 59, 79, 81, 109, 195, 232, 235 

elliptioaa 39,59 

baldemani 196 

loganenaia 935 

marginalia 196 

peroocidena 935 

(Pbeton) denticnlataa 199 

planimargitoa 67 

planimarginatua 81 

aparlooki 69,79 

Promacma 68, 89 

aodrewai 89 

Protarea 155 

vetnata 155 

Protaapongia r 189 

feneatrata 189 

P«)taater 78,83 

?grannlifenu 70,78 

f gregariua 83 

Protbyria 74.89 

elegana 69, 74 

meeki 76 

Protiata 154 

I'noaobranchiata 32,34 

Proaopooepbalu 132, 264 

Protocardia 34,92,99,218 

(Leptocardia?) pertenaia 100 

rara 100 

anbqiiadrata ... 1 00 

(Protocardia) aaliiiaenaia 99 

Bcitala 92 

abamardi 34 

Protocaria 199 

marabi 199 

Prptocardium 268,271 

cartam 2^1 



I ProtoBoa 81,41,43,55,56,58,71.120.121,131 

Paammobia , 280 

? cancellato-aonipta 

? prematura 9M 

P8ammobiid» 26C 

Paendobaccinam 18 

nebraacenaia 18 

Paeudoliva aaloata 

Paeadomonotia 73 

(Bamicrotia) carta 

orbicolata 96t 

bawni 

radialia 

ainaata 

Paeudonaatilaa 

Paeudoptera 99 

Paepbia tantilla 

Pailomya 

Pt^a 33,97,142.151.163.156,260,263 

abmpta 

convexo piano 

cretacea 

baydeni 4 

irideacena 

laripea 47 

Ungtiiformia 47.87 

Tar. anbgibboaa 

ffj moltangula 

navioola S 

nobraacana 

(Oxytoma) erecta 153 

fgastrodea 

mncronata 

monateri 3 

nebraaoana 97 

aalinenaia 151 

parkenaia 

pedemalia 

petroaa 47 

planiaulca 

(Paeudoptera) flbroaa 03 

propleura 

aablevia 969 

(Pterinea) morgancnaia 

If atabiUtatia ] 

aubgibboaa 

triangnlaria 

Pteriid» ; 

32, 33. 97. 110. 111. 182, 183, 980, 267 

Pteriin» :• 

Pterinea 29, 45, 56. 58, 50. ItM 

flabella 

maoroptera 

(Monopteria) gibboaa 41 

newarkenaia ; 

pintoenaia : 

( Pteronitea ?) newarkenaia 

t aubpapyraoea 4L: 

thebeaenaia 

nndalata 

Pteriniine ; 28,: 

Pterinopeoten 

booaaoenaia 

apio 

Pterooerella • 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



315 



Page. 

PtcroosrttlU tippaa* 48 

PteroeephAliis 190,284 

Ptov^bylliim roboatom 946 

fti«ae 946 

PtenpocUi 28»81«S»,M»«7,84»88^U8,120,188, 

140. 161. 108, 189, 191, 19S, 198 

Pterotoerinns 44 

ohMtcrauto 44 

oraMoa 44 

Ptflodieija 78.80,90,144,147,161,183 

(Stiotopora) carbonaria 67,90 

gUbeni 66,80 

sereata 90 

•bafferi 68,78 

triangiOata 144,147,151.182 

P^yduMpia 180,190,284 

miniita 190 

poaoloaa 934 

^edoana • 186 

P^fohooaraa 104,266 

eraaaam 961,286 

UmH 49 

maekammi 961,285 

mortoni 17,104 

vernaiiim 49 

PtycboeeratidJB 104 

Ptyobodoawblpplal 943,246 

Plyeboparia 129,190.191,198,199 

f aanaotaiia 191 

anytaa 190 

(Eoloma f ) affinia 190 

diaatmilia 190 

graimloaiia 190 

hagnei 190 

IfeTieepa 190 

linnanaoni 190 

nHidiis 190 

ooddentalia 190 

oreatM 199 

var. ibenttea 199 

onaogondiaiia 196 

Tar. aoroia 199 

oweni 190 

penaaatoa 190 

proapeotcnata 190 

(Ptorooapbahu) latioepa 100 

ooeidena 190 

qnadrata 199 

robbi 106 

ragarai 199 

aimilia 190 

Tar. robastaa 190 

(Solenoplearaf) broTicepa 190 

teoer 199 

luiiaalcatas 190 

PtTebopbyllum 108 

! iDfbndiboIiiBi 108 

Ptyebopteria 196 

protofbrme 196 

PaloMmaria 61 

PalzDOoaU 102,105.107 

Pohnonifera 34,135.197 

f 264 

Pnlmiiya 101,127 

187,159 



Paga. 

Pnpaaramila 187,169,170 

ateTonoiiIa 159,170 

bigabyl 167 

beUooidea 16 

inoolaU 137,170 

tlaldyl 77 

(Laoooobaila) Inoolata 150 

TermilUonenala 167 

Tatosta 167 

Pnrpi^ 212 

Pyramia 226 

PyramidelUdas 103,134 

PyramimitraooatatA 221 

Pyramoa 994 

* elliptieaa 994 

myifonnia 994 

Pyrgorbyncbns mortonia 222 

Pyrgnllfera 70,96,162 

bnmeroM 96,112,162,168 

Pyrifaaaa 108 

! flazioofltatna 49 

fbaleanna 49 

timpraaana 49 

intertextna 49 

(Neptunalla) interteztoa 103 

newberryi 103 

aubtarritea 103 

newberryi 49 

anbtanitaa 49 

Pyrinaparryi 5133 

Pyropaia 108 

balrdi 108 

Tar.rotnla 103 

PyniU balrdi 14*16,49 

glabra 9MI 

modeata 60 

Qnadmla 105 

B. 

Badiata . ..88, 87, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 64, 65, 56. 57, 
68.60,68, 71. 77, 86, 94, 96, 108, 109, 117, 188, 136, 
188.142,144,164,165,226.227,286^236,260.261. 

Badix 105 

Badula 266 

aontilineata « 266 

]>elagioa 266 

rationlata 266 

Kapbiatoma 66,108,130,191.234 

acuta 934 

leniiciilaria 65 

naaoni 191 

t rotuliformia 108 

ftrocbiscua lolll30 

ReoaptacnUtea 55,91,129,190 

! 55,129 

^niptiona 190 

elongataa 190 

fonnoana 64.91 

l^obularia 55 

mammillaris 190 

oweni 56 

Remopleuridea 185 

atriatnlaa 186 



316 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

IfifensaeUiBria 67,63 

conradi 67 

l»vie 63 

Reqaienia 176 

patagiata 176 

texana 176 

Itetepora arobimedes 248 

IndiaDonsis 948 

KeUia . ...30.72,79,116,131,147.163.178,106,257 

acambonia ji... 110 

(Ambona?) altiroatris . 119 

compressa 30 

f meekana 9ff6 

meekiana 267 

in»rmoiiU 20,52,181,178 

papiUaU a«6,267 

ponotalifera 73 

radialis 106 

sexplioata 116 

(Trematotpira) grannlifen 68« 70 

wooateii 147»163 

Rhaphoneis follaoea 220 



oregonica 220 

RhipbidogloMa 102,132,133,134 

Rhlpbidoglossata 82,84 

Rhijsopoda 31,120,181.100 

Rboilea 106 

Rhodocrinuft 50,150.168 

nanna 4O»50 

vespeialifl lAO, 163 

Rhombopora 71,181 

lepidodendioides 71» 131 

Rhynobonella 24, 80, 41. 57, 50, 72, 78, 80, 85, 116, 

118, 126. 127, 130, 181, 148, 168, 165, 
177, 108. 106, 285, 266, 245. 257. 262 

f 30,38,36.62,257.274 

angnlata 52 

argentnrbica 196,130 

capax 78,148 

oapat testadinas 118 

Carolina 80 

oaatanea 69,103 

denteta 78,148 

dnplicata 103 

emmonsi 108,93ft 

eDdlichi 88,168 

earekenais 196 

gnathophora 36, 236 

guadalapse 956,257 

borsfordi 103 

iDdentata 957 

tLeiorhynohns) lanra 108 

^ neradenaia . . . 193 

sinnatna 103 

metaUioa 197, 131 

miaaoarieDSis 41,50 

myrlna 936, 262 

neglecta 80 

▼ar. soobina 70 

nlteDs 40 

?occideD8 193 

opposita 116 

oaagenensia 72,86 

ottumwa 118,165 



RhyDchonella pugnoa 

puatulosa — i&4t' 

rookymontaaa 

apeoioaa 

aabtcigODa 

tenneaaeenaia 

tetbya 

texana.... 3 

thera 1 

nU 20.52,131,177. 

waaatcbenaia 197, 

wUmisgtonenaia 

Rbynobonellids 80, 83, 62. 108. 100, 131, 

Rhytopbonia 95,112,137, 

meekii 137,161, 

pilaoaa 95,1U161, 

Rimella cnrvillrata 

Ringlcala aoatbq>ira 

biplioata 

pnlcheUa 

anbpellaoida 

RingionlldA 

RingionliiuD 

RbigineUa aabpelluoida 

RiaaoldA 

Roetellariaf 

americuia 48^13 

biaagnlato ti 

fooUlna a 

(texana) S 

ftiaifonnia 

isdnnOia S 

nebraaoenaia 48 

loatrata 

RoatolUtea 214 

belloa 

biplioatoa 

oonradi 

naantna 

texaoa 

texanna i 

Roatrifera 

Rotella , 



Terraoalifera. 
RotnDdaria 



8. 



Saocoorinoa 

obriatyi. 

Sagenella 

ambtgaa 

Sangninolaria 

oblata 

SangnlooUtea 68^80.80,19 

aeolfia 8 

f oombesaia 

IgnMsilia 

f mtenla 

obliqnna 

fobliqnna 

(Promaonia) miaaooriensia .. 
naantna 

rlgidua 



1* 



lKDS3t OP O&NEltA AND dt>ECl£S. 



317 



ignlnolitMrQtiuva . 



107 

i*r 

sandiwlEyeiiBU MltSO 

f sandnsky enais IM 

•imidex 19T 

strUlns IW 

ifidDolitM ventriMMOs IM 

vtenlft 228 

oo«taU 247 

fobMleta 939 

(Porito8!)g]Abrft 947 

ocfcTa 2U, 218, 200, 268 

abropta 911,218 

jmasatoa 9«e«288 

JcavidA 101.200,271 

lafonbayU 48 

kiia 20»,287 

oerettdfoimla 14 



fonhayii. 



ilpeDom ineqvdcoatatimi . 



48 

48 

937 

48 

208 



pbioerimia 20,48,00,72,82,88,84,86.01, 

U7, 144, 140, 186 

olio 82 

OaUoataa 82 



flaoeUns. 



82 

144,148,106 

gnrieyi 144,140,106 

fhemiapluBrioaa 72 

JaTenia 82 

naerodaotyhia 82 

aaniia 82 

natahilis 82 

pwrifljllnt 82 

rodia 82 

nwtioaUiu 117 

aealaria 82 

atriataa 82 

tethya 82 

(Zaacrinna) aaper 82 

lyr» 82 

aooUna 82 



28^104,186,260.206 

(AnuDonitoat) oompvinraa 9AO 

nodaana 9A0 

(DIaeoaeaphitoa) abyaaimia 104 

cbayemienaia... 104 

eonndi 104 

Tar. gn- 
loana. 104 
eonndi var. in- 

tennodlus 104 

mandaaeiuis ... 104 

niooletii 104 

larTsformia 19,104 

mandawmaia 274 

BteoUeti 274 



var.broTia 104,205 



Page. 

Boapbitea ]iodoaaayar.pleniu 21,104 

qnadrangnlaria 104,266 

TentricoaoB 98, 104 

Tennicnlna 150 

TMniformia 98,104 

warrenl 104,186,266 

wyomingenato 206 

Soaphitidie 104,136,206 

Soaphoidea 38 

Seenella 180 

toomila 199 

Sobenaater 44,00 

flmbriatna ^ 44 

waobamutbi 49,00 

SoblsamboD 190 

typicalia 190 

Sebixoorinnaiiodoaaa! 231 

Sebixodeama lOO 

SehisodoB. . . .24, 82, 44, 46, 78, 80, 80, 182, 178, 104, lOT 

f 46 

amploB •4,80 

obeaterenaia 94,44 

omieataa 00,107 

onrtiforme 19T 

onrtiia 41,78,80 

(Cytheiodon) orbicnlaria 194 

deparcna 19T 

medinaenaia 97,80 

obacnma 51 

oratna 82 

(Priaconia) peielegana 80 

loaaioiia 61,52,87 

aabtrigonalia 67 

pintoenaia 197 

wbeeleri 78,182,178 

Sebisopyga 216,919 

californiaoa 915,919 

SobizoibArna 211,213 

nntaUi 911,213 

traskei 911 

Soboenaater , 24 

SeoUostoma l»6 

americana 195 

Seorpio carbonarina 53 

Soatalla 206 

abertl 995 

oniataloidea 222 

JoneaU 222 

lyelll 220 

pilena-aiiieDala 222 

rogerai 222 

geaodnna (Priaconaia) peralegaiia 94 

Sedid» 08 

Sedgewickia 32.88,01,70,286 

alUroatrata 82 

coDoava 32,236 

tcompresaa 98,70 

ffragttia 98,70 

(Grammyaia ?> neglecta 98, 70 

(Sangninolitea) 1 anbaronata . . 38, 61 

topekaenaia 32 

Semicaaaia aowerbii 221 

Sella 102 

Septopora cesiiiensia 87 

i Septaatrea ? aezradiata 4C 



ai8 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

SerpnU 8S, 105^ 185, 144, 166 

lMi(a 144, Jes 

intrica 13J 

(Spirorbis) planorbitea 51 

f tenoicariDAta 105 

f tennicarinatiu 17 

Setpulidi© m 86,105,185 

Serrifusas 103 

Mll^^uretiui Boopnlosam 50 

soopalosiu SMNI 

Siliqua 270 

cretacea 270 

Sinistralia 103 

SfnuopaUia 204,280 

i^jnam aoopulcMum 50 

^IpUonarildw 102,112 

? 264 

Siphonida '. 268 

i>1phonostomata 264 

Siplionotreta? ourta SIJ9A 

Ski?iiidium 192 

devoniciim 199 

Smlthift 62,108 

hennahii 108 

(PaohyphyUnm) woodmaDi 123 

Terrilli 63 

KobriidaB 108,180 

^nlAiiorbis depreasoB 221 

lineatQB 221 

nltens 221 

Hotoriam 180 

abyaainna 48 

henrioi 221 

omatmn 221 

paeudograniilatam 221 

wallalenae ISO 

^Sttlecnrtas f ellipticas 225 

(Psammobla ?) plannlatus 225 

Kolemya 24,80,99,153 

bUlx 1^3.157 

( Janeia) yetnsta 80 

protexta 60 

radiata i)4 

Boplioata 90 

ventricosa 9#5 

Sol«myid» 99 

t^irlmicartua 50 

tdakotenaia 18 

diegoenala 220 

irradiana 48 

parallolaa 220 

(Solecurtnaf) elliptloae ^93 

plannlatus slJ93 

sabplicatoB lA 

Holimide 101,279 

SalDniaona 95,46,151,178 

brevia 151 

(Macrooheilus) fuaiformis 175, 178 

medialia 175,178 

newberryi 176, 178 

palodinabformis. 175,178 

jMDdeiosoa 175, 178 

primigenius 175, 178 

texanua 175,178 

Tentrioosns 175, 178 



Solenlacna planna 151,175,1' 

typloue 95,46,175,1: 

Solenocaria I 

Solenochilaa 63,11 

SolenoooncbiB 101,132,2 

Solenoidaa 3ji 

iowenaia 9d 

Solenomya 46,87,90,1 

ftaaodmitoidea H 

biannioa 

onrta Ifl 

( Janeia) Totoata € 

radiata 

Solenopaia 

solenoldea 

SoUdolabiplicata 

Solyma 2 

llneolaU S 

Spatangid» 

Sph»ra 1 

Whitney! 11 

Spherella inflata 2 

SphflDrexochaa 

romingerl 

SphaorioU 99,260,264.2 

foordata 

fendoiraohys 

tobliqaa ( 

tnuiBTersa 9611, J 

umbonota « 94 

? warrenana 

Sph»rinm 105,112,135,: 

? ] 

formosam 105,100,1 

idahoense 65,112,166,1 

plannm 91,105,160.1 

rectioardlnale 91, 105^ 160, ] 

ragoanm 65,112, 166,1 

anbelliptioiim 105,160,1 

SpbsQrocrinaa • 

SpbeDodiBcna ] 

Sphenopbyllam 1 

SpbenopbyUam emarginatnm ] 

acblotheimi ] 

Spbenopteria 149,! 

acuta 

fremonti 9! 

lobifolia : 

paucifolia 91 

triloba ! 

trifoUata 91 

Sphenopoterium 94,41, 

compreaanm 94 

cnneatum 94 

enorme 94 

▼ar. depreaaom 

obtnaum .94 

Sphorocorypbe 

Tobnstua 11 

SpiractaBon 

Spiraxis 1 

Spirifer . . .30, 31 , 41, 44, 57, 58, 61, 62, 73, 89, 90, 91, 

94, 108, 109, 116. 118. 127, 130, 131, 148, 1 

153, 163, 165, 178, 225, 233, 245, 253, '. 

? 20,86,! 



INDEX OF OENERA AND 6I>ECIES. 



319 



Page. 

trifer aowininitB 140 

ageUiiu 163 

196 

20,82,73,86.04,131,140. 

178,233,245.246,257 

cttiieri 80 

25C 

130 

6SI 

ciipidAtii« 100 

dftrwinil 226 

dttidenta 196 

doodeeiooatetna 226 

engleouniii 67.04.108 

eimtinm 140,250 

extenaatiis 130 

flwtigatoa 64,01 

formacnl* 68 

ftdumensis 86 

g^aber 226 

var. oontraota 96 

glwia o«nwiis 118 

greffarift ■ 140 

gaadaliipenais 267 

liemicyclaa 57 

iMmiplioato 20,i)39 

hirtoa 116 

ineqnicoatatia MO 

lowenaiB 9AO 

kentaokenaia 20.233,274 

kennioottl 69 

keokak 02 

laminoana 62 

leidyi 106 

Hgoa 9AO 

lineatos 20,283,248.246 

(HartiDia) oooperenais 41 

fraDkUoii 63 

u;laber var. oontraeta . . .44, 127, 
131 

Uneatna 30,166,178 

mala 108 

meriatoidea 63 

peonliaria 180 

piano ooDTeza 178,274 

piano OODT0X118 31, 73, 131 

Tiohardaoni 63 

snblineatoa 63 

nndifera 103 

menaebachanaa 274 

Bezicanaa !.. .996,257 

mooaak fMlienaia 62 

nagtecta 106 

iMflactna 01 

oetopUoalaT 232 

paradaxua 58 

perextenana 58 

periamelloaoa 57 

penuatoa 9AO 

phnocoDToxa 26,274 

propioqaua 61 

radlata 148 

roekymontani 943,245 

rocky montaana , 131 

•oMdinwtria 116 



Page. 

Spirifer aphaUena 995 

(Spirifeiina) eriatat* 196 

aoobina 04 

poloher 04 

atriatoa 180,131,243 

Tar. triplioatna 243 

atrigoana 04 

anboardiiformia 165 

anborbiciilaria 01 

aabnndifeniB 58 

aulclfora 956,257 

textna 110 

trigonalia 106 

(TrigoDotreta) argentarina 168 

bipUoatiia 80 

oameratoa 100 

opinna 00 

pillonanaiB 65, 108 

aoobiiia 109 

atriatifbrmia 89 

atrigoaaa 108 

texanna 68 

ftexanna 246 

triplicate 939 

utahenaia 94,108 

vcapertOla 2t?5 

Splrifem 108,196,235 

? 108,285 

alba-pinensia 935 

centronate 235 

dmnnote 108 

engelmannl 99, IIK) 

macra 99 

(Martinia) gUbra .' 103 

var. ncTadenaia . 1 03 

norwoodi 99 

parryaaa 108 

pifil>Denaia 319 

pnlohra 99 

rariooete 103 

aoobina 99 

aetigera '. 285 

(8p6riferinaf)alia 936 

atiiate 235 

varicoaa •. 19:i 

Spirif6rid» 81,62,108.109 

Splriferina 80,73,100,118,127,131. 

178,106,236,257 

? 30,100 

WllingaU 956,257 

homftayif 236 

kentaokenaia 62, 73, 131, 178 

(Martinia) glabra.. 193 

octoplioate 131 

pnlchra 109 

apinosa var. oampeatria 127 

anbtexte 119 

Spirigera 127,130,132 

Spirigera 1 20 

monticola 19T, 130 

obmaxima 130 

planoaoloate 132 

aubtiUte 20,132 

Spironema 48,103 

boUa 48 



Index of genera And species. 



Page. 

BptninematennilineatA 48,103 

Plilmrbis 106,153 

fdiokhanti 153 

helix 61 

Splmlffia rotala 49 

Si>0Bdylid8B 266 

Spoadylns 217,266 

dmnoeos 222 

echinatna 47 

eetrallensis 915 

eetreUanQs 917 

gregalis 266 

SlionRiiB 41,48,66,58,91 

^^paiigiolitee 203 

SpongoUthie aoioalaria 229 

aspen 229 

fuatia 229 

meaogonyla 229 

SUgnioola 106 

i^traLagminm conoentrioiim 220 

SiAiiToneia baileyi 229 

semen 229 

SUTfilia 98 

Stegaoocrinos 40» 49, 59 

araaeolaa 42 

peatagonas 42,50 

scnlptas 42 

Slephanodiscas f 203 

Steiiaeter 78 

grandis «9, 78 

Hti^ophora colnmnaris 62 

au^Dtheoa 189 

acadica 198 

elongata 189 

Stmmonita 212,214 

petrosa 919,214 

SttaparoUaa 26, 26. 80. 42, 44, 46, 74, 87, 195, 258 

1 , 258 

Straparollos comndaniis 958 

(Enompholas) minnesotenais. . . 9AO 

peniodosus 65, 87 

rngosns 74 

snbqnadratas. . .65, 87 

snbnigosns 87 

lens 42 

newarkensis 195 

planidoraatns 44 

aimUis 96,44 

var. planus 26,44 

nmbilicatns 46 

1@4i«blopteria 45.196 

simiUs 196 

t tenoilineata 45 

Sttephona 212,214 

pedroana 919,214 

Hlrepsidura 237 

conybeorii 222 

^tr<«]>tacis 86 

wbltfleldi 67,86 

Streptelasma 155 

comicalum 156 

SUvptorbynchos. . 116, 110, 177, 100, 192, 235, 345, 257 

chemungensis 192 

equivalvia 285 

inflatus 116,235 



Streptorhynoas lens H 

minor 19 

oocidentalis 94 

(Ortbisimia) nbnwardiann* 2 

pyramidalls 94 

umbracnlum 2 

Sfcriarca 

Striatopora 66,119^1 

carbonari 11 

linnamna IS 

missouriensis •! 

Stricklandinia 67,91,1 

casteUana IS 

davidsoni I 

deformis 64, 

elongata var carta 

Stricklandinia salteri 1 

Strobilocystitea 18 

calvlni 13 

Stromatopora 156^1 

Strombus 5 

peryetos 94 

pnqtolifera ^ 1 

Stromomena rhomboidalis 1 

Stropbaloeia i 

(An]osteges)gaadaliipeinaia... 2 

StrophodonU 148^198,235^2 

arcoata 1 

beckU 

oanaoe 3 

oalvini 3 

?cosUta 94 



demissa 

beadleyana — 
ineqairadiata . 

lowensis 

parva 

patersoni 

]>erplana 

pnnotolifera . . 
Stropliites grandsTa. 



148.1 



92 

94 

] 

1 

1 

1 

StTopbomena 56,67,68,62,78,89,128,129,1 

148,190,192,234.236,2 

altemata 1 

angolataf ^ 2 

oonvexa 94 

deltoidea i 

fllitexta 1 

Fontinalfs 196,1 

(Hemopronitea) orenistria — 

fllitexta 

natana 

plano-oonyexa 
plannmbona.. 



sinnata 

sulcata 

180,92 

nasutat ' 

plannmbona 1 

rhomboidalis 36, 58. 78, 192. 3 

sericaT 3 

(Strophodonta) 

oavnmbona... 



INDKX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



321 



Page, 
rtropbomeiiii (StrophodonU) subdemisaa . . 62 

nnicoetata 56 

'trophomenids 31 , fl2, l(W», 109 

>tropb<Mtylas 67 

caac«llataB Sit 

trotocrixma 40»42,81 

? asperrimns 81 

©ctypn* H 

linitus M 

pemmbroens 42, 81 

(Phjsetocrinas T) aaper 81 

dUatatos .... 81 

reff&li' 42 

jtylioU 195 

AMarella 195 

fissorellA Tar. intonnitleiM 195 

Hjbnlites 56.91 

inflatus •5,91 

(Polypbemopflis) breria 56 

Jnecinea 187,159 

(Braobyspira) papillispira 159. 170 

paplUiaplra 137 

iarcnla 103 

beaniDontil 222 

cslata 222 

childreni 222 

deanoyenii 222 

keUogil 222 

monflifera 222 

Dodocarfnatft 222 

obliqoft 222 

s*yi 222 

raricoaUta 222 

iarealitM... 103 

lorfleUa bif mns 229 

plieata 229 

larirella 203 

eampylodiacna 203 

aplendida 203 

Tcotypoa 212,214 

ooobmiiia 214 

oooysDos 50, 919 

peoiuu 221 

jmphyaanu 101 

»goldfii««i 191 

jBbatbocriDiia 53.03,81,82,91 

brevis 03*82 

dentatna 949,251 

roboataa 91 

wacbamuthi 40,63,82 

TncydoneniA .' 47,97.263 

tri^^a 47.97,263 

jnedra apendida 229 

ulna 229 

ynoebfcdia 72.90,131,178 

lyphonia biaerbUia 19,52.72.90,131,178 

pirifofiniaf 247 

Tir$pilacfe 52 

var. bia«TiaILH 87 

>T>tTieUaiDa 45,72,85,177 

bemipUcata 46,72,85.177 

5yTiiifopor» 36,72,108,109,130,181,156 

f 109 

harveyi 119,130 

biaiiigen 192 

120— Bull. 30 21 



Pqj:(\ 

Syrincopora lioeata f 247 

maclarei 156 

mnltattent ate 72, 131 

perelegana 156,192 

Syringotbyns 196 

coapidate 196 

T. 

Tanlogloaaa 182,135 

TfDDiopteria elegana 940 

glaaaopteroidea 940 

magnifolia 246 

Tamioaoma 915,216 

gregarU 915,910 

TancredU 34.99,143,164,262 

t lequilatoralia 91,34 

amerioana 99 

bolboaa 900,262 

f c«BlioDOtiia 143 

Gorbnliformia 900,262 

extenaa 164 

finomato 262 

poatloa 900,262 

warrenana 91,34,262 

Tancrediid« 34.99,262 

Taononia 155 

coUettl 155 

Tapea 158,211.218.215,316.217.259 

1 217 

diTeramn 911,218 

bUgaidi 158 

inesenaia 917 

lineatmn 915,216 

moDtena 917 

moDtanenaia 959 

wyomingenaia TO 

Tapbiaa 34.106 

Taxocrinna 37,44.58.60.82,149 

gracilia 3T,58 

moltibracbiataa var. oolletti 149 

aemioTatna 44 

tbiemei 82.87 

Teciibranobiata 101,264 

Tectura ? occidentelia 48 

Tecturidw 134 

T.llinierrt 269 

eborea 269 

TelliAa. 28. 100, HI, 207, 209. 211, 212. 218. 214 

albaria 900 

( Aroopagia) ? cbeyennenaia 107 

arctate 900. 

bitrnocate 900 

? cbeyeDDenaia 15 

coDg^ffte 911,213 

darlena 919,214 

dIegoaDa 911,213 

emaeerate 900 

equilateralla . 15 

f formoaa 91,48 

gracilia 15 

7 ifw>nema Ill 

modeata Ill 

naaata 900 

nitidala 98 

obrata 907 



322 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 

TeUlam oooidoDtalis 243 

oooyana 919»214 

r(Bnef) sabsoitola. 100 

pedro 911 

pedroana 218 

{Peroii»a})eqailaieralia 100 

Mitola 100 

plana 5*20 

pToati 1* 

uitola 1ft 

■abelUptioa. 1« 

vnbsoitola TO 

iiibtortaoaa 16 

ayriaoa 9#y,20» 

TflUlneUa ;. 100 

T(^Uinid» 100,111,269 

TftUijiidfla ICO 

TelliJiomya 66,79,190 

alta M 

oontraota 190 

f hambiiTgeiitia 190 

toUiqna 79 

protensa 939 

Tentriooea 55 

T*ailnula 100 

Tflmnochllna 65,104 

ToD^a 269 

pingnia 260 

TBDtaeuUtoa 89,66,138,196 

attannatna 196 

beUolna 196 

gracilistriataa 195 

hoytl 138 

* oawegoensis 39»66 

scalariformis 195 

sterlingenaia 39*66 

tenaiatriatiiB 39*66 

TareUti 237 

pUoifera 937 

Tetpb'atella 265 

plicate 265 

▼anoxemi 265 

Tor^^iratola 30. 78, 85, 130, 132, 146, 164, 162, 178 

196, 209. 218, 233, 235. 236, 267, 259. 265 

f 30,206,226 

amygdala 993*225 

angOBte 146,162,936 

bovens 85 

bovidena 73,178 

barlingtonenais 116 

chootewenais 218,955 

(Dieladma) bovidena 132 

bnrlingtoiiensiB 130 

elongate 993*225.267 

fonnoaa 154 

harlani 265 

haatete 196 

helena 959 

bennonensia 909 

bumboldtenaia 236 

lacliryma 222 

leonenalB 990 

marcyi * 255 

mexicana 933 

niilleponctete 20.933 



Pagi 

Terebiatnla mormonii : 34 

nltena 49.39 

perinflate 35 

plaao-anloate % 

rocky monUuia 94 

xoyaaU 2 

aemiaimplez 146*1 

anbtOite ... 939,288,249,253,255.2 

nte 94 

nteh 98 

waooenaia 2 

wilmlngtonenaia 3 

TerobrataUda 80.121,132,2 

Terebratalina aUantlca 2 

floridana 2 

laobiyma 1 

Terebriapiia 1 

Teredlda 101,276,3 

Teredo 101 170,2 

emaoerate 93 

globoaa 18*1 

iiregnlaria S 

aellifonnia 91,1 

aabatrlate 3 

iibialia 2 

Teaaarolax 1 

hiteii i: 

Teataoea 2 

Tetrabranchiate 88,85^108,132.185,263,3 

Tetradecapoda 86,46,61, 

TenthidflB .• 1 

Teztolaria pbyllodea 

Tbaleopat ' 

Thallogenea 1 

Thanmaatna *. 106, 1 

limnsBformia 106,161,1 

Theca 28. 

gregaria 

lanceolate ' 

(Puginncaloa) gregarea i 

Tbeciaramoaa 1 

Thecoamate 

Thetia lOO.J 

f circalaria 100,' 

Thrao<a .84. 92, 100, 161, 168, 216, 216, 250. 261, 262. : 

farcoate 91, 

(Corimya) grinnelli 9« 

graciUa 

' mactxopia 915*1 

myseformis 151 * \ 

toccidentelia 17i 

f proati 1 

aabgraoilia 961* < 

fanblevia 91*34.! 

fanbtortnoaa 

Bubtnincate 17i 

trapezoidea 9< 

Thyatira [f] biaecte 

Tiara humeroaa ! 

Tinoporna (Orbitolina) texanna 

Tornatella elliptioa 

Tomatellea impreaaa 

Toxaater elegana 

texanna 

Toxogloaaa 



L 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



323 



Pace. 

TrMhyeanllain 90 

TnehycerM 110, 23» 

Jadicftricmn 110,230 

Tmr. «abaiipenuii . 110 

whitneyl 110,230 

Tracbyoentids 110.939 

TnchydomU 46 

Trachytriton 40,103 

▼incnlmn 40, 102 

Tnpetiiun 280,2«2 

beUefonrcbenals 9««»2e3 

mioroDema 76,143 

Mbeqoalte ^•••2a 

tnmcataiD 143 

TtmMia* 12«.129 

paanulot 196,120 

TMMtocTiniu 23,42 

lUeelliw 93 

T^enurtodtociM 97,42,104 

TNMtiMpiA 57,103 

timbHcaU 57 

tnfreqnmi* 193 

TriarthrMbMki 187 

Triehopterto 931 

fUMDenioM 931 

gimoUto 931 

Trigooarea 08,207 

(BreTiarea) «z1^a 08 

ftalinentifl 08 

tBlouxensiii 08 

CQoHfonnis 207 

transTeraa 207 

Tri(;<miit» 34 

TrisomUa 100 

TriKooelUtea 85 

TrigmUa ... 80,33,02,183.164,207,200,218.230.268 

alU 90r 

americana 164 

emilea 96S 

eoDradi 99,23 

erennlata 255 

cmDeiformia 907 

distans 910 

emoryi 218 

* Miiifiiilenaia 2G8 

erinaaika 17 

eransl »2 

lorentU 997 

montanaeiiaiB 164 

mortoni 1 968 

pandicosta 30 

qnadranxolaTia 936 

texaoa 918 

syiiaca 907,209 

TrigonUd» 80,32.33,111,132.133,268 

Tdgonotreta 31.57,58.80 

Trilobiu 81,39,00,179,260,261 

TrilobitM 28,148,149,249 

TiiBieTeUa 80 

grandia 80 

ohioennts 80 

TripleaU 80,190 

oalcifera 190 

ortoni 80 

Triton 216 



Tritonida lOS 

Tritonidea 103 

Tritooifaras migrans 50 

ftenniliDeatos 49 

Tiitoniiim dlegoensis J- 221 

Trocbaotaon 29 

TrochactiMDin* 90 

Trochida 103.180,264 

Trochlta 913,214.217 

antiqna 67 

earbooaria 40 

ooetellata 917 

dieicoaiia 919,214 

troohiiivrmia 221 

Trooboeeraa 80,79 

baert 39,79 

Trocbonema 55,80 

trioarinaU 67, 89 

ambiUoata 56 

Troobna 180 

lenticularia t 24« 

(Oxyaide) enrjoatomna 189 

Tropldlna 85,107 

Tropldiacns 106 

Tropidooardiam 00 

Tropidoleptna 86 

oarinatua 58 

Tabatbella 48 

Tnbfoola 85,105,135 

Tnbipora lanMlloaa 947 

TnbiUoatiam diclcbaiiti 15; 

Todioola f dflkotensis 40 

(PyTop«l») bairdl 40 

Talotoma 138.162 

tbompaoni 138, 162. 169 

TnrbinoUa 218 

goldfawU 220 

•tokesii 220 

texana 918 

Turbo 227,258 

glabra 50 

gnadalopensia 9ff8 

helicinoat 258 

lioeatus 221 

madpeamui 79 

nebrasoensis 14 

paladinaeformia 931 

tenaUiDeaU 48 

teDailineatas 14 

tezanna 9A8 

Torbonill* 184,148 

(CbemnitsiaT) ooalvUlensiB .... 77, 143 

melanopsii ^4 

maclorii 220 

Tarnoa 101,187 

(Goniocbaama) atimpsoni 101 

apbenoidcuB 137 

(Xylopba;;eIla) elegantolas • . Ill 

Tarricnla 103 

TuniUtea 49 

cbeyennensia 49 

(IleHcoceras) cocbleatos 18 

tumbilicatna 18 

Turris 108 

minor 109 



:i24 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. ' 

T?irti8 (Surcula) ? coDtortua 103 | 

hitzia 103 

texanus 49 

Turritella 46, 134, 143, 158, 208, 210. 211, 212, 

213,214,216.217,219 

(Adit) f ) micronema 76, 143 , 

altllira *-J16 

bilineata il31 ' 

coalvillenBis 76,143 

coDvexa 14 

gatunensU 916 

inezana tJlT 

Irrorata 214 

kanaaaensis 70 

leonensis "2^0 

magDicostata *iOH 

niamochi 143 

moreauensis 14 

nmltiUneata 956 

ocoyana 919, 214 

peralveata 908 

planUateria 919 

apirunema 76, 158 

atevenaana 46 

atriata 221 

8>riaca 908,210 

Qvaaana 134,911,213 

variata 917 

T«rrit«llid» 102,104,134,135 

Tylostoma 153 

princes 153 



trintacrinua 93 

aocialia 93 

Umboniom nana 221 

TTmbrella planalata 222 

UDloardiam 30 

gibboaam 30 

UdIo, 34, 95, 105, 112,135, 136,137,140, 159, 160, 166. 272 

alatoidea 272 

aldrichl 140, 160,168 

(Bapbia?) nebraacenaia 70 

belliplicatua 66,112,160,168 

brachyopiatbua 137, 160, 168 

carioaoidea 272 

clinopiathua . - 166,170 

condoni ISO 

ooueal 139,160,168 

cristonenaia 88, 167 

cryptorbynchaa 139, 160, 168 

danai 18, 105,160,168 

deweyanaa 18, 105,160,168 

endlicbi 139,160.108 ; 

galllnenaie 88 

gooiambonataa 140, 160, 168 

gOQioDotaa 137, 160,108 

baydenl 99, 95,112,170 

holmeaianua 1^9, 100, 1 68 

hubbardli . 107 

hnmerohoidea 272 

leai 170 

leauua 70 

ligamentLDoiwea 272 

martini 180 



Pige. 

Unio meeki 139,15e,i:( 

mendax 13«, 16i 

Daautoidea :*? 

nacalia ; 18,W,l«r 

penaltimna 16 

petriiiaa IX 

prseiiodoDtoidea 97*- 

primsevua 139,160,16 

priacua 15,105,100, 16 

proavitua 139, ICO. 16 

propheticoa 137, 1W,1C 

radiatoidea 27 

rectoidea 97' 

roanokoidea .7 

aeocctaa 139, IGO, 16 

ahoahonenaia 137, 159,17 

atewardi 130.1(1 

aubrotandoidea 27 

aabapafulatna 18, 105, 100, 1( 

lellinoldea Vi 

terra-rubraB 81 

vetuafua 99, 95, 1 12, 135. IW. It 

waabakienaia 70, 1 JO. 1] 

UnionidflB 34, 98, 105, 112, 135, 139, 2^ 

Uoionopaia S 

Fi)erocr1nn8 4 

Uroathenea 99 

aoatTBlis 99 



Valvata 35,107.158,1( 

? montanaAiiais 107,162.14 

nana 77, 158, h 

parvnla 10, 107.K 

acabrida K 

sabnmbilicata 107, 162, H 

? (Tropidina) scabrida 

ValvatidiD 35.1 

Vanikora .102,2 

ambigna 48,102,2 

diegoana 50, 2 

Yanikorid» I 

Yanikoropala 109, 2 

tnomeyana ,..102,2 

Vannxemia 

dlxonenaia 4 

f dixonenaia 

Velatella 184,141,158,1 

Veleda 269,2 

eqnilatera 91 

lint€a 2 

naanta 99 

telinoidea 91 

trauaversa 91 

Veloritlna 99,135,137.1 

Venericardia (Cardiocarditea) oarinata 

monilicaata 
anbtenta 
oocidentali.*) . 
(Pteromeria) abbreviata . . 

radiana 

VtneridiB 100,111,260,262,264,269,2 

Veuitlla 99, 134, 264, 268, ? 

conradi 99,2 

deciaa J 



I 



INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



325 



Page. 

eniella elerata 269 

goniophora 99, 134 

hamilis 2«4 

inflat* 269 

niortoni 99 

rh omboidea 271 

sabovalis 268 

snbtDmlda 99 

trapezoidea 209 

irigona 269 

(Venili0MTdiA!)huDm8 99 

enielliid* 264 

enilia 29,99 

gabbana 47 

hamilis 47 

Uphami 48 

mortoni 99 

qnadrata 47 

sabtmnida 48 

railicardia 99 

enns 207,208,217 

? 206 

alveata 50 

althl«U ,. 50 

angnaUlTODs 50,906 

biMwta 50,906 

brevilineata 60, 206 

? circalaris 1 6, 48 

floridana 220 

indurata JJOT 

latUiraU 50 

lamellifera 306 

meekiana 48 

rtpleyana 48 

pi^aroaaa 917 

penita • 220 

peroralls 908 

wtcoris 9A6 

(Trigonia) tantiUa 50 

noionidea 49 

Teepartina 919 

•yriaea 907 

wmet .185, 188, 144. 15S, 166 

nnetiis rotnla 49 

wtigia 129 

etoHetia (Ancjlna) minnta 16 

e(«i1cardla 268 

creanlirata 268 

ootoUrata 268 

itrina 106,161 

obliqoa 17,169 

fobliqna 106,161 

'trinidff 106,107 

Wp»» -• 28 

^▼il»rid» 35,107,112,135 

WPMTW 86,107.112,136,137,141,162 

? 1 186 

eonradi 107,112.162.169 

ooneai 141, 162,168 

fllli 86 

fiUiaiiiu 167 

fl»b«r 50 

Iwiicna 136,170 

ieti 107,162,169 



Page. 

Viriparas leidyi 107,102.169 

var. formosas 107,169 

paludimefonnia 170 

panffoitchensis 137, 169 

pocaliaris 107, 16J, 169 

plicaprcMUB 138, 162,169 

prndeDtiuR 162,169 

prndentia 141 

retusus 107, 16*i, 169 

reynoldsaoa 98 

roynoldsianan 107,162,169 

trocbiformis 107, 135, 162, 169 

var 135 

wyomingensis 68, 170 

Yolaella 33,98,111,140,168,160,164.262 

attenoata 47, 98 

(Bracbydont«8) laticostata. . 140,160.168 

mulUlinigera 158 

regolaria.. 140, 160. 168 

coDcentrico-costellata 47 

eonradi 49 

contracta 50 

cretacea 47 

dooateUi 50 

fonnosa 38,49 

galpiniana '98 

inflata 50 • 

julifp 47 

meekii 47,98 

(Modiola) formoaa 262 

<Modioliiia) platynota 164 

pedemalit 47 

pertonaia 38,49.262 

saffordi 47 

scalpnim Tar. iaonema ni 

ffj splnigera 50 

aabimbricata 164 

Volntalitbes 211,219 

VoluU[l]ithea 213 

californiaDa 911,213 

sayana 219 

Volatllithea bella 4S 

biplicata 49 

naaato 49 

VolTiceramiM 97 

Vorticifex 112 



W. 



Waldbeimia 



121 

oompacto 190,121 

Webaieria 96 

cretaoea 96 

WhitfleldU 193 



Xenopbora 81 

(PaendophoniB) antiqna 80 

Xlphosnra 46 

Xylophaga elegantnla 18,48 

fltimpaoni 18,48 

Xylophagella 48.101 

elegantnla 48 

Xypbomira 36 

Xystracanthns arcnatna 20 



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INDEX OF GENERA AND SPECIES. 



Page. 
Y. 

YoldlA 38,44,78,90,98,268 

evaiwl .98,263 

tmpressa .' 48 

Ibvifltriata 44 

mlcirodonta yO»98 

(PaUeoneio t) carbonaria W^, 90 

eiitula 98 

Ht4jT«nMDi IWtOO 

AulMoitala 83,78 

▼eniilooaa 06 



2amlteii (iccidentalia 946 

Z«plif«litll 58,62,109,117,110,180,131, 

148^156,165,177 

! 68,180 

Mntu 117 

oaloeola 186 

oylindrioa 248 

elliptloa 119,166 

fizc«ntrioa 199, 181 

liiMoiii lyy 

glans 119 

liayaU 36 

moikriaiiel 69 

I multUBmella 109,939 



Zaphrentis priscos 

rafineaqnii . 

recta 

apinulifera . 



Pice. 
1« 

m 

es 

12 

stansbnryi 109,934,24; 

Zaptycbina 188, ur 

oarbonaria 180,188,19 

Zeaorinas 23,42,48,45^72,82.84.85,11 

fanniger 64 

. oiasans 4 

diacna 98,4 

(Hydreionoor&ms f ) aoantho- 

poms 61^ 

t mnoroaptxins 1 

peraDgnlatns Ill 

plaaobraohiatiu 93,^ 

saconlna 11 

yar. oondnniu 11 

trooatamia 93,^ 

Zellinids a 

Ziphoanra < 

Zoopbyta 65^66, 67, 58, 119, 2 

Zygoapira 57,' 

ciacinnatlenala 

headi 



snboonoaTA.. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Abert,J. W 

Africa 

Agiu doce moDnacos eretaceos. 

Alabama 

Alaaka foaaila 

Albino flowers 



Page. 

278 

156 

181 

. .. . 17,96 

176 

124 

Albaqaerque 241 

AUen.J. A 123 

Alluvittm 74,76 

Amnrioa (North) 49, 189, 141, 147, 166, 167, 

179, 198, 242 

America (Karthwestem) 144,180 

fooailaof. 217 

AiD^riqne 126 

Andea foaail ammonite 227 

Arebimedea limeatone 76 

AfuoDa 128,146,187,188,241,244 

Arkanaaa 168,157,841,242 

River 241,242 

Arteeianwella 166,167,266,267,274 

Arthnr,Mr 146 

Aahley'a Fork, Utah 145 

Aspinwall 71 

Astoria fbaaila 206 

Oregon 206^206 

Ateiiiaon Landing 71 

Atlantic s up raeretaeeona 206 

Tertiary foaaila... J 206 

Australia 228,224 

Aaoic 128 



BMley, J. W., writings of 208,278 

Bear Creek 146 

Kiver 76,146 

iSDsails 95,112 

Laramie fossils 168 

Bi-ekett's , 206 

lW«kwitli, B.8 208 

BellConnty, Tezaa 146 

Bi'llevne 71 

Beaner's foeail shells 205 

Bennett's mill 71 

Bmboad, E, 8. 146 

BexarCounty, Texas 146 

Bibliography 141,147 

BigSpring, Iowa 248 

Bijoa Creek, Colorado 145 

BiojEnphic sketch of F.B. Meek 11 

Birds 124 

Bird'seye fosatls 231 



Paga. 

. 123 
17fl 

. 145 
77 
141 



Birdaof Iowa 

Biamarok 

Bitter Creek 

fossils 

group 

Black Buttea, Wyoming 149 

Black HiUa 18,167,261 

foasils 2^9 

Black River fossils 231 

Blackslate 2;v 

Blake, W.P 210,242 

Blood, circolatlon of HO 

Braintree argillitea fiuma IDH 

Branohial appendages of Trilobites 196 

Brazil : Iftl 

Brazilian National Musenm ISt 

Bridger group H B 

British America 371 

NorthAmerica 1*7 

British ProTinoes 242 

Brownville 71 

Bryan's Pass 256 

Boll^make, (Pityophis) 175 

Burlington 116.117 

beds , lie 

group fossils 42,59,81 

0. 

Cache 4 la pondxe 145 

Calciferona fossils 186,231 

Califomia 29, 86, 162, 180, 241, 242, 244 

desert £44 

fossils 210,212,216 

(North) 17,231 

(Southern) 244 

Tertiary fossils 21& 

Cambrian j, im 

(kunas 108 

fossils Iftt) 

middle lOfi 

Trilobites l.Wi 

Camden clays 'J.*B 

company, New Jersey 27*! 

Canada J«*i 

delasUvas 2U 

(Geol.Surv.) ITft 

Canadian period 126, 12!> 

Cafion Park, Colorado 14& 

Carboniferous. . .13, 18, 21, 28, 31, 82, 36, 88, 41, 50. ^, 

64, 69, 74, 75, 76, 81, 92, 108, 116, 123, 

126. 127, 128, 180, 181, 186. 148, r^ 

crinoidea ''4 

327 



328 



GENERAL INDEX. 



rage. 

CiirlHntiferoos fossUs 19, 22, 24, 29. 40. 59. 66. 

70, 71, 92. 94, 109, 117, 
118, 136,114,146,147.150. 
151, 163. 164.167, 175. 189, 
196, 233, 241, 246, 255. 258 

(lower) 147 

fotisUs 81, 91, 116. 235, 243 

Ostreide 172 

shelU 228 

(npper) 147 

CaroLK Montana 256 

Catrtloguo 210 

Cut., domestic instinct in 175 

tHinrBluff.. 71 

<.i.^iifri6Dlc 135,140,153 

UnionidiB 140 

GfliitrHl Pacific Railroad line fossils 253 

t.'f'j nbro opinal meningitis 119 

C**pliiilopode8 cretaceos 181 

CUiiik, organic remains of 208 

Ch^y fossils 231 

limestone fossils 186 

Qhmk list of fossils. Eocene and Oligocene. 220 

Cli^maDg 13.116 

Cbraier group fossils 44,84 

Chippewa land district fossils 248 

Glioiitoao limestone 75 

Chutes River, Oregon 229 j 

Cinctunati group 37,68,69 

fossils 55,77 

Claiborne 205 

Clinkm fossUs 80 

group fossils 232 

Coal beds 273 

measures ... 17, 36, 50. 58, 61, 75, 88, 121, 149, 155 

of Europe 128 

fossils. .45, 85, 90, 92, 121, 177, 235, 256 

(upper) 19 

United SUtes 128 

Coil Tille, Utah 76,146 

CoAiftRange 244 

Collutt, John 148,154,174.177 

Colurado 128, 136, 141, 145, li6, 153, 157, 159, 244 

River 188 

(Eastern) 156 

group 145 

(Northweetem) 142 

of the West 246 

CttniniairiMier of Agriculture 156 

CentmDn schools 124 

Conohiflsros cretaceos 181 

Coufl in cone 122 

CflDt»d, T. A., writingsof 205 

Cwot^nts, tableof 5 

CoMk. G.H 265 

Cuoper marble 75 

Cope, E.D 139,171,222 

Coniiferous fossils 80 

group fossils 57 

Cretaceous 18.14,15,16,17,20,35,47,76. 

96, 108, 123, 125. 127, 128, 133, 
150, 151, 152. 156, 176, 259. 266 

corals 146 

eastern limit in Iowa 125 

(European) 27,96 



Cretaceous fossils . . 21. 22. 23. 27. 28. 66. 70. 71, 78, 9: 

! 93, 95, 96, 111. 136. 142, 145. 14'. 

157, 158, 167, 180,214,2ia,2l'0. 

222, 233. 243. 255, 256. 260. 26;i 

• invertebrates U\ 

Iowa 120 

(lower) 18 

ostreidie iTi 

Grow Creek, Colorado 14! 

Croxton, Mr 7] 

Cyatbophycus, nature of 18: 

D. 

Dakota 123, 157, 178, 2M, 261 

group 96,121 

(Northwestern) 17 

DaU,W.H 17( 

Dana, J. O 24: 

writingsof 22 

Danforth Hills, Colorado 14 

Dead Sea 20 

Deer Creek coal field 18 

DeDisoQ. Texas 14 

Di'vonUn ... 13. 38, 41, 54, 66, 77, 116, 123, 155, 174. 17 

fossils .. 22, 67, 66, 94, 108, 118, 148, 167, 18) 

102,23 

Dodd's ranch, Utah U 

Drift 75.120,12 

(glacial) 171, r 

Dry Creek (Mexico), Cretaceous foesUs .... 21 
Dutton.C.E 1' 



E. 



li 



k 



Kohinodermes cretaceos 

Echo Cafion 1 

Economic geology 1 

Economic geology of Moniteau County Mis- 
souri ] 

Ehrenberg, C. 6., writingsof 2J 

El Paso 241, a 

Cretaceous foasils 21 

Emory, Mi^or 31 

Encrinital limestone 18,' 

Engelman, H 21 

Eocene fossils 170,206,210,212,2: 

of Southern SUiea 2! 

marls ^. 21 

fossils T 

ostreidflB 2! 

Etats-Unis 2- 

Eureka district, Paheontology of D 

Europe 141,1- 

Evans, Colonel I 

Evans, John, and Shumard,B.F 21 

F. 

Fair Haven section 21 

Far West 1! 

Fish house, New Jersey 2 

FoBtal hydrocephalus i: 

Forests 1- 

Forestry 168,1' 

Fort Benton group i 

Clark 

Collins. Colorado 1 



GENERAL INDEX. 



329 



Page. 

'oit Learokworth 256 

Pierregroap 96 

Riley 266 

Smith 241 

Snelling 248 

T«sJon 244 

Union 141 

group 96 

[fortieth parallel, palseontology of 108 

F'omil corals 223 

leaves 273 

moUosca 180 

plants 149,168,226,246 

ridge, Colarado 145 

foi HiDbeds 27 

Hills fossils 145 

group 96,145 

Fremont, J. C 203.231 

French 242 

Pre«h Mid brackish water deposits fossils. . 139 

water infusoria, Oregon 203 

and land moUosea 160 

miooene fossils 180 

mollosks 126,166 

paleozoic fossils of Nevada ... 188 
Prontera eretaoeoos fossils 218 



Page. 

Hall. James, writings of 231 

andlleek. F. B 13 

and Whitfield, R. P 233 

Hamilton group fossils 58 

Harper's Hill, Australia 223 

Hartt,C. F lj?l 

collection. 198 

Hawn, F 17 

Hayden,F.V 66^71,96 

Hays, Dr 36,62 

Heilprin.A 172 

Angelo, writings of 237 

Helderberg 52 

(lower) fossils 56 

upper 13 

fossils 232 

Helotes, Texas 146 

Hersey. J. C 146 

High Pointmine 13 

Hilgard,E.W 124 

Hilliard, Wyoming 145 

Hudson Kiver fossils 231 

group 157,175 

Hunter, valley of, Australia 223 

Hyatt, A 146 

Alpbeus, writings of 239 



3»Iena beds fossils 

5srf er snake 

jtsteropodes oretaeeos 

^tun. Isthmus of Darien fossils . 

jeinitz, H. B 

jConspyrguUfe] 



55 
142 
181 
216 

51 
180 



Geological survey of Iowa, Wisconsin, and 

Minnesota ,.... 249 

Seologyof North America 288,242 

Georgia 152 

3ladal rocks of Colorado 244 

Pike's Peak 244 

^Men City, Colorado 145 

joniatite limestone 25 

:}oode, 6. Brown 175 

SraodCafion of the Colorado 188 

tertiary history of 174 

River 246 

Sreat Plains 166,157 

Prairie region 166 

Red Pipestone quarry 122 

Salt Lake 232 

Qreeley, Colorado 88,146,146 

Green River 246 

group 146,171 

fossils 166 

region 140 

sandmarls 265 

Gteenland 141 

Grimien 93 

GnipodaBahia : 181 

Guthrie County, Iowa 123 



H. 



Hsgae, Arnold. 

Hataie 

HillJsmes 



62 
203 



Idaho 76.146 

(Southeastern) 146,162,239 

Hlawara. Australia 223 

Illinois 24,26,36,87,38,40,41,50,53,54, 

67,81,87,144.154,247,249 

paleontology 90 

survey 179 

Indiana 26,69,144 

fossils .....147,154,177 

Indianapolis 124 

Infusorial deposits, Oregon 229 

fossils 103 

Interior states 164 

Introductory note 7 

Iowa. . .26. 116, 117, 121, 123, 138, 142,.247, 249, 260, 251 

first annual report 120 

and second annual reports 122 

geography of 124 

lakes of 122 

(Northwestern) 128 

River 248 

soils of 119 

(Southern) ,. 120 

(Southwestern) 120, 123 

geology of 120 

(Western) 123 

Irish, C.W 123 

Isthmus of Darien, Tertiary fossils 212, 214 

Ives,J.C 245 



Jacun cretaceous fossils 218 

Jenney, Walter P 157,261 

John Day group 180 

JordanRiver 206 

Judith River 17,141 

group 96,139 



330 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page. 

33, 47, 70, 7e. 108, 125, 

127, 128, 183, 136, 170, 241, 250 

fo«BU8 18, 21, 22, 23, 27. 28, 20, 80, 66, 71, 

04, 110, 186. 164, 167, 200, 235, 243, 260, 261 

oAtreids 172 

Jim^TriftSi 144 

fowUe 146* 

KAnuli V#lley 187 

Efta*ius 10,71,151 

<Sa«tem) 85,02 

(?iortheMteni) 17,10 

Rirer 10 

EiMiDCfl J Chaonel 86,52 

Ketttnkott, Bob«rt 62 

Kenmoky 124,153 

Kenkuk KnrapfoMils 48, 60, 88 

Kiarlerboak group foflsiU 41«50 

KiJig .,. 64 

Clarance 66, 288. 280 

Kjitk^Dmeddlngs 124,126 

L. 

IjgQtia. Kow Mexico 241 

Lake Siiperfior 282 

Laratnio fwailB 140,145, 166,168 

fffonp 186,141,145^156,171 

foMlIs 150,160 

9ftfcreide 178 

i«» 156 

LAr«dii ..-. 218 

LeoD Springs CretAoeoiu iJMsils 218 

LignltP.. 171 

lM»dBf0fl8ilS 105 

Ufoitlo.,, 141 

liltlo TEomiMon Creek 145 

Low* -^ - 75 

Loriol P. do 174,181 

LMAufieloe 241,242,244 

LAaii^iaaa 265 

LtidJow, WlUiam 260 



Mftckenale BiTer 62 

MAcnmb, J,N 08,246 

Mj^coeviuiliineetone, first 75 

■•oond 13,76 

third 75 

fourth 75 

(lower) fossils 248 

Msmmotb Cave 124 

Matiiou, J. B 171 

Mflrcou, Jtdes 17,85,233,242 

writingsof 241 

Mnrcy,ILB 255 

Alaiiof^ £4M)ene fossils 180 

MaU hv^» (Lower) 265,266 

(Middle) 265 

fossils 270 

of New Jersey, fossils of 265 

UArlii (Upper) 265 

JMarJ W-da (Upper) fossils 270 

MitiiDch. G. "W Ua 

Mattlif^w 198 

Maiirai«eB Terres u 

McCIbUhii.G. B 255 

Mc«k,F,B 125,128 



Meek, F.B., writings of 

and Hayden, F. Y 14^17,21, 

and Worthen, A. H .21,35,40. 

63.81 

Mesosoic. 127,138,140.1 

fossUs m,] 

nnionidai 1 

Metamorphoses of Triarthms bedki ] 

Mexican boandarysorrey 

Mexico^ 171,! 

Golf of 

Miokleborongh, John 

MlUer 

Miller Connty, Missonil 

Miller, 8. A lHlW,l7i, 

Mine la Motto, Missoori 

Minnesota 128, 940; 850, 

Miooene 48,171. 

fossils 170,210.211, 

t fossils 

oetrei40 

Mississippi 

Biver 06,]66,241« 

Upper, fossils of 

Valley lU, 

Missouri 13. « 

Blver 14,15.28,71 

great fidls of 

Upper 81,96,175. 

Montagnes Boohensee 

Moniteau County, Missouri 

Montana 180,176,244. 

(Northeastern) 

Montreal 

Morgan County, Missouri 14 

Morrison, Colorado 145, 

Morse. K 8 

Mountain limestone fossils 

Mudge,B.F 

MuUan, John 



N. 



241, 



Napoleon 

Natatory appendages of trllobites 

National Museum 

Park 

Nebraska 18,14,16,16,17,18, 

20,21,22,28,27,86,86,61,06,122,251. 

City 

(Eastern) 

Nevada 68,128,188, 

psleoBoio, section of 

(Trias) 

Newberry, J. S., writingsof 

New genus of Buripteridos 

Jersey 14,17,27,06,265; 

Mexican cretaceous 

Mexico 17.; 

151. 152, 241, 242, 244, 256, 257. 273, 

South Wales fossils 

York ; llfl; 

Newton. Henry 157. 

Niagara fossils 

group 

fossils 56. 



\ 



GENERAL INDEX. 



331 



Page. 

!?leonet,LN., writings of 278 

NiobnngToap 06 

Nishnabolany 120 

Nao-mariiie fossil mollii8oa,sapplemeDt to.. 180 

moUnsoA 187 

Nortb American oontineni UologioaUy con- 
sidered 177 

Northwest 17 

Korthwestem Boandary Commission 27 

localities 02 

NonTesn liexiqae 241 

NnsToLeon 171 



Oak Creek, Texas, Cretaoeons fossils 218 

OeteD, Padflqne 241 

OcojaCieek(Mioeene fossils) 212,214 

Ohio 00^67, 68; 08^ 70, 77, 88, 163 

Tslley 248 

Qligocene fossils 220 

Ostreidai 287 

Omaha 71 

Onondaga limestono 18 

Oregon 17,206,229,281,266 

(Bastem) 180 

(Western) 180 

Organic remains in Oregon 281 

Oriakany gnrap fossils 67 

Ortr«ld», fossa N. A 172 

OtmCity 71 

Owen. D. D.. and Shnmard, B. F 248,261 

writingsof 247 

Owl, great homed 144 

Oyster, enemies of 176 



PadflcOcean 28 

Railrdad 66 

B.R.R. Exploration 288 

Pioofiaor Paoorina Ca&on 244 

PaUeontologio notes 109 

Paleontology of Black HiUs 261 

Colorado Biverof the West. 245 
Exploration of Iowa, Wis- 
consin, and Illinois 247 

Fortieth Parallel Survey . . 288 

P.R.R Surv., vol.Til 217 

United States and Mexican 

Boundary Surrey 233 

Paleosoio 87.41,64,68 

crinoidea 63,63,64 

fosails 26,138 

groups 187 

pteropods 199 

rocks 249 

of Texas 188 

(Upper) fossils 61 

Palestine expedition 206 

Park range 142 

Parti 9 

n 113 

m .. 183 

IV 201 

Panrin.T.S 123 

Patnxent RiTor section 206 



Pago. 
Permian 19;82,187 

fossils 266,257,274 

Permo-carboniferoos fosailB 2^5 

Petermann, A 24i: 

Pike's Peak 2I4 

Plastic days fossils 260 

Plateau Province 13tt 

Platte Riyer 71 

Plattsmouth Tl 

Pliocene 244 

fossils 170 

ostreidA 2»d 

Poblaaon 273 

Pogonip group fossils 100 

Point of Roeks, Wyoming 145 

Polar Ocean i 52 

Pope, John 241,342,266,267,274 

Portuguese 181 

PostPliocene 205 

ostreidA 238 

Potomac River, section near month 20S 

Potsdam 18,81.25© 

fossils 281,2Si3 

Powell, J. W 126,157 

Prairie fires 124 

Pre<K)arboniferons of Grand Caflon iS» 

Preservation of fossils 146 

Preston 241,212 

Prlmoidial 81.126,128 

fossUs 27,269,281 

Progress of Invertebrate Palaeontology 

U. S 160,162,156,171 

Prospect Mountain group fossils ISO 

Prout 64 

Hiram A. writings of 274 

Pueblo, Mexico 153 

Pyramid Mount 17 

Quaternary 18,74,75 

R. 

RaHtan clays 285 

Raton 273 

Raynolds, W. F . ^ 27 

Recent fonaila 2tl,2i:i 

Red quartzite 123 

River 241, 242, 2M 

Report Cheology of Iowa, Wisconsin and 

Minnesoto 250 

Survey, Iowa 123 

Palsontologic field work, 1877 114 

Reptilian af;e au 

Rio Grande del Norte 241,242 

Puercoe cretaceous fossils 2LB 

San Pedro cretaceous fossils 21^ 

Riverside 71 

Rock Bluff 71 

Rockford 25 

Rnck Springs, Wyoming 1 5 

Rocky Mountains 88, 142, 145, 157, 242 

Rouge (riviere) 211 

Rulo 71 

Ryder,JolmA 172 



S32 



GENERAL INDEX. 



8. Page. 

8i£«blU<0!dAlNai4BtO04!.. 13,74,75 

!4B^f> rtF^k. CijltWTMlO ***.,. 145 

«ftliMlM,lVj(Mi.. - ..<.,... 146 

Sulitiit Cm, MtiwouH 74,75 

BMtjit J nbti rnrmutlcm -...,.. 198 

SI. J«ii»i,0,ll 123 

SAlntJcHitiiih......* ,.,„.. 71 

St, I^nlfl KTua^i foMil*,, 43,84 

attliii Kary's Hv«r fliHitifltt 205 

t^I , Tc'ljei • 1 iiD VAtonc^ tln^ er ) 248 

S»lut Vntio'd liver. Cyiorado 145 

iSmn FptnnailoMieiiJoiJ....- 244 

SSwiTM. 244 

Fiimt'lsco MounUliis- 241 

Fnuicisquito nwcU , - 244 

Jtim» 93 

Kip^^ilWi 246 

UMifWiO iPiern} fiwfllj*. 227 

FnJ™ GwloidtaJ wectJoD 241 

SiiiiUFe............. 246 

KibikMlrhHWHii V*Uey 171 

ScliHl>t - * 203 

.f*m««,irriUBg»of.,, 253 

Stlilamlwruer... 174 

mtvU bt«p# 125 

*trttOttiro. .,*.* 122 

Sbiiniifcrd...*. - ". 266 

RK.... 167 

dtidOwBD^D.D 268 

writings of 255 

O.G - 274 

Sierra Uebi*. 244 

Madrn., - 244 

NeT^ilii.... .. 242 

or SiLnlft MtmSeii 244 

Stllimmi.K 242 

Silnrttttj 31 . 381, 4 1 , 53. 54, 64, 70, 76, 77, 138, 174 

foiMiU*... 66.70.71,76,108 

(LoWOT) .,,.-- Ki, 18, 68, 74, 123, 126, 128, 153 

155 

rcit«U«.. 27, 65, 91, 148, 189, 190 

234 

nyntfifl ,„,„ 75 

irpiH^r* , 156. 123, 154, 155 

IbasilJi..-. 91,144,148 

Shii>n4tin. J. H,.. 94 

i?^pnrTow*4K EDjiUftti . ^ - - 152 

Hpttium HiJl ..,., 76 

Sjifjuhitir-nUM flsniun... 125 

StjtuNlmry, Howard.. 232 

SdhcntltmiifprcniH . ...... 126, 180, 149, 153, 154. 166 

JbentlA. 121.249.251 

an[>itt1«Uinl. - 27,92 

!lcvl[iliur Orfple 76 

.SnmtiiHrv of diHtributioD of foMils in the 

Xurthwt-nl 251 

Sfmrt»wt*rw ., ..... ..«., 166 

^upplrmc'Ut .,,,.-....... 273 

SiLHH^nwierforDK'D. Orei^a 229 

SwuUuWhG^G , 13 

%riA fimaila 206 

T. 

TfiDpniyikft nljc'tlji - 156 

Ti*rtmM Fiiii^i* « 224 



Tertiarj' 15, 16, 17, 76, 92, 108, 128, 136, 136, 137. 

139,171.265 

classification of 205 

fossils .. 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 65, 66, 70, 71, T:, W. 

95,112.138,169,214.215,216, 

218,219,243 

Oregon 25« 

Washington Territory 25( 

(Lower) 205 

(Medial) 20! 

fossiU 21! 

of California 24^ 

Ostreidfe 231 

shells . 215 

npper 201 

Texas 67, 68, 161, 218, 242, 266, 257, 27^ 

c retaceon s 17< 

fossils 2H 

Paleozoic 1* 

Tertiary fossils 211 

Tierra del Fnego fossils 22^ 

Toads 1*' 

Trlassic 88,10( 

fossils 110, 144, 162, 167, 236, 239, M 

Trenton Falls, N. Y 1» 

fossils 187,23 

group fossils 5 

limestone 75,18 

fossils 185.18 

Trilobites M 

period 126,12 

Trilobite " 

appendagesof IS 

eggs of 1^ 

eye of M 

legs of It 

molting of shell If 

new genns of Cambrian U 

organization of U 

Tmckeegronp fossils W 

Tncumcarl ^ 

Tnerto 2^ 

Turkey River fossUs » 

U. 

Uinta Mountains 142, 1^ 

Ulrlch,E.O 1 

United States 147,188,2- 

Ezpl. Exp. fossils Z 

National Museum V 

Utah 22, 71. 94, 128, 139, 146, 146, 153, 169, 282, 2 

Southern 1 

Utica slate 1 

fossUs 1 



Vancouver's Island 17, 92, 2 



Wsloott, C. D.. writings of 1 

Walker, D.H 1 

Warren, G.K 17,18, 

Wasatch group 1 

Washington Biological Society 1 

Territory 2 



GENERAL INDEX. 



333 



Page. 

Wwerly groap foAsila fi8, 235 

Western SUt«8.38, 40, 41. 63, 64. 67, 157, 163, 24S. 274 

Wwt Indies 141,147 

Virginia G9 

Wetherby, A. G 153 

Wheeler, G.M 125,128,151,244 

Whipple, A. W 241. 242 

White, C. A 237, 230 

Biography of 115 

and Nicholson, H. A 141,147 

and St. John, O. H 120, 121 

writings of. 116 

Hoontain Indian reserration 188 

River, Colorado 145 

group 96 

Indian agency, Colorado .... 145 

Tertiary fossils.- 96,107 

Wbitsaves, J. F 179 

Whitfield, R P., and Hall, James 272 

andWhite,C.A 272 



Whitfield, R. P., writings of ..,..,. 2M> 

Whitney, J. D Sff,5*l 

Wilkes, Charles ...aOi5Ltm3S4 

Williamson. R. S , ttA 

Winchill If 

Win«l River group ^ , . . 09 

Tertiary fossils 0«, l(W 

WiscoDHin 174, 247, 248, 340, 2S0, tSl 

Woo<lpeckers * ,* . , 1*3 

WooRter, L. C . iirt 

Worthen, A.H W* iTti 

Wyoming. . . .68, 71, 76, 130, 145, 146, 150, 163, Kifl, 244 
(Southwestern) ,. IM 

T. 

Yampa River, Colorado ^** li5 

Yellowstone River „.»,. 171 

Z. 
Zoophytes ,.... i:2.l 



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SYNOPSIS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHIDjE. 



BY 



SAMUEL W. W1LLI8T0N, M. D, PE D. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OKJ'ICE. 
1886. 



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UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



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FgBfilHIflP VmB IHI DIBBCnOV OF THB SXITHBOIIUI UI8UTU110M. 



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SYNOPSIS OF TBE NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID^, 



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PREFACE. 



TbBi whkdi has been Aimed at in fbe present Synopeis ie the deeerip* 
tfoOy as fldl and oomplete as possible, of the North Ameriean Byiphida; 
The labor involved in the determination of onr diptera, save-snoh as 
have been described or monographed by Dr. Loew and Baron Osten 
Sseken, is very great, owing to the often incomplete and nnsatisfSEMrtoiy 
descriptions scattered through the literature of a half dosen languages. 
To bring together descriptions in such a way as will render the identi- 
Aeation of our numerous species less toilsome and more certain, is the 
only means that will now materially ftirther the study of American 
diptera ; the description of desultory new species is detrimental to real 
progress in the knowledge of our fimna. My aim has been the study 
of genera and species, to so describe and figure those of the United 
States as to render them more easily determinable. With every page I 
write I feel more fhlly how difficult descriptive dipterology really is, and 
that only a beginning has been made in the study of this interesting 
(hmily. But the work will, I trust, serve a usefiil purpose in pointing 
oat what the needs and necessities are, and to pave the way for a future 
exhaustive monograph of thefamily, based upon a wider knowledge than 
is now possible. 

I have given especial attention to this fiunily since the beginning of 
my dipterological studies eight years ago, and have collected a large 
part of the species, either in New Bngland or the West. I could not, 
however, have accomplished what I have, except by the aid ci the many 
firiends who have kindly sent me materiaL Without in any way depre* 
dating the &vors of others, I would express my acknowledgments es- 
pecially to Prof. J. H. Oomstock, of Oomell University, for the aid fiir- 
nisbed me in the examination of a considerable collection, among which 
I found the very interesting genus Senogtuter; to Mr. Bugene L. Keen, 
of Philadelphia, who, in the most generous way, gave me freely every- 
thing I desired from his industrious collecting } to Pro£ 0. V. Biley, of 
Washington, for the privilege of examining his large collections^ in- 
eluding the excellent one of Mr. B. Burgess; and to Mr. D. W. Ooquil* 
lett, of Anaheim, Oal., Mr. Theodore Pergande, of Washington, D. 0., 
aid Dr. George Dimmock, of Cambridge, for the addition of not a few 
■paries otherwise unknown to me. Other aid has been afforded me by 



VI BULLETIN 81, UNITED STATES NATIONAL ICUSEUM. 

Prof. J. A. Lintner, of Albany, Mr. G. F. Oanmer, of New Mezioo, 
and varioas others whose names will be foand in their appropriate 
places. "To all these I woald express my sincerest thanks. Nor should 
I neglect to mention the extensive collections from the West and South- 
west obtained from Messrs. H. K. Morrison and O. T. Baron, and from 
Ban Domingo, from Mr. 6. F. Frazar. 

Other kind favors, which I w^old gratefvlly acknowledge, were re- 
ceived from Prof. H. A. Hagen, of Cambridge, who kindlj" permitted 
me to study for several days in bis laboratory the type collections of 
Loew and Osten Sacken. My readers will pardon me in the pride I take 
io stating thlEit <rf nearly two hundred species which Ihlul identffed 
absolutriy independently from descriptions, I found upon oomparisoiis 
with the types and identified species in the Loew and Osten Saoken e6l- 
le^on but three or four discrepimcies. I can give no high^ praise to 
tiie woj^ of these two authors that admits of such dose results* Td 
Mr. S. H. Scudder, my thanks are due for his kindness and conrte^ in 
permitting me to study his eoUeetions of fossil diptera and drawitigs. 
To ProfL A. Van Name, the librarian of Tale College, my sincere thanki 
are also due for his unfailing courtesy and assistance. Nor should I 
neglect to speak of the encouragement and assistance that have been 
aiforded me by my wifo. 

Of the published writings <m this family, I have been mostiy indebted 
to those of Schiner, to whom the classification of the family owes mnoh, 
and to the writings of Loew, Osten Sacken, Wiedemann, and otiMn, 
wherever tbey were accessible. Of Baron Osten Sacken's work hem, 
as elsewhere, I cannot speak in t^rms of too great praise. His descrip- 
tions are clear, accurate, and conscientious; I have never been in doabi 
regarding the correct Identification of his species in this fomily. Hevr 
much the present results are owing to his labors will be ai^arent to any 
eoe who will even cursorily examine the following pages. My heartiest 
thanks are likewise due him for the constant interest he has taken in nsj 
studies, during the years that I have had tiie pleasure of correspond- 
ence with him. Of Loew's work I need not speak. No better moan- 
ment to a talented, learned, and versatile man exists anywhere in the 
domain of dipterological literature— and this field has been cultivated 
by most able, as well as poor workers — than in his Diptera Centnriis 
and Monographs. His Latin descriptions are models, and v^y rnudh 
of the synonymy of the American Syrphid» is due to him. Nor shoidd 
I fetil to mention the conscientious work of Mr. F. M. v. d. Wuip, tf 
Holland. He has not written a great deal on North American diptera, 
and that, unfortunately, is mostiy in the Dutch language ; but wliait 
he has written makes one wish that he had published more on our fomia 
in the English language, which he uses witii fluency. Mr. J. F. M. 
Bigot, of Paris, has, with commendable aeid and industry, written mnall 
en the Nbrt^ Am^can Syr^dcs ; his worke may be eooaolted wMh 
profit. 



PBEFAOB. ya 

Uy work most have shortoomings and erioni; fhe sabject is by no 

means an ea^ one. I only ask that it be accepted as an honest endeavor 

to advance the stndy of these neglected bnt interesting insects 

The types of all bnt two or three of the new spedes described by me» 

I together with my entire coUection in this &mily, will be preserved in 

the National Mnsenm for fiitnre reference and revision. 

S. W. WILIilSlOir. 
Yalb Oqllbob, ISjsw Havbn, Oonn., 

JiiMl,1888. 



CONTENTS. 



PAge. 
Past I.— CLAatmoATioN. 

^rnoptio tftble of tribes xv 

Mioiodoiiioi xn 

ChlloBini xvi 

Melaaottoniiiii xix 

Syrphlni XX 

Pdeeooerini xxi 

Spheginini xxi 

Bnehyopini xxn 

Yolnoellini xxii 

Serioomyini xxiu 

ErisUUoi TXiii 

Xylotiiii XXIV 

MUaiiiii XXV 

Cerini xxvi 

Ftaiily obaraoten xxvi 

T^le for the determioation of ge- 
nera xxvii 

Past n.— Dsscriptioks. 

Miisodoo 3 

Chryeotoxiim 13 

Paragos 17 

Hansigaator 81 

Plpiaa 22 

Piilota 30 

Lepromyia 31 

Chiyaogaater 31 

CWlotia 38 

Melanoatoma 46 

Pyropb»Da 54 

natychiros 56 

Leoeosona 61 

Catabomba 62 

Eopeodes » 64 

Synihas 66 

Didea 89 

Xantbogramma 91 

Allograpta 96 

MeMgrapta 98 

Spharophoria 104 

Pdeeocera 110 

NeoaMsU Ill 

Sphegina 113 

Baeeba 116 

Cbaleomyia 126 



P»f% 

Ifyiolepto 127 

Rbingia 129 

EQgeoiamyia 130 

Braobyopa 131 

Yolaoella 134 

Copestylam 151 

Serioomyia 4 153 

Arctopbila 157 

ErisUHa 158 

Dolioeyrpboa 178 

Pteroptila 17» 

Helopbilna 183 

Pterallaatee 198 

Teaoboonemia 199 

IfalloU 201 

Triodonta 205 

Tropidia 206 

Criorbina 209 

Cynorbina 212 

Somnla 216 

Crioprora 217 

Pocota • 220 

Braobypalpoa 221 

Xylota 224 

Syritta 239 

Cbryaooblamys 240 

Iferapioidaa 243 

Spilomyia 244 

Temnoetoma 249 

Mileda 254 

Spbecomyia 256 

Ceria 259 

Part III.—Conclusiok 

Habits of tbe Syrpbida 269 

Lary» 270 

Stmotaral characters 272 

Beoondary sexual characters 275 

Geograpbical distribation 278 

Geological distribntion 281 

Chronological 1 ist of genera 283 

Definition of terms 287 

Appendix 291 

Explanation of plates 304 

Index 327 

PUtesItoXU 305 



t 



FJLlECr I. 



CLASSIFICATION. 



NORTH AMERIOAN SYRPHID^ 



PART I.-OLASSIFICATION. 



The fiunily of SyrpMdw is one of the most extensive in the order of 
diptera. Nearly or qnite two thoosand species are known from tiirongh- 
oat the world, and many new forms are constantly being added. They 
contain among them many of the brightest-colored flies, and numerous 
specimens are sore to appear in every general collection of insects. 
None are iiigurioas in their habits to man's economy, and many of them 
are very benefldaL In the following pages abont three hnndred 
species are described from the region north of Mexico, so that I trust 
even the non-entomological student, with a little exertion, may be able 
to identify them. That there are many more species witliin these limits 
is certain, especially in the southern and western regions. From Europe 
over five hundred and fifty species have been catalogued; doubtless 
nearly or quite as many will be eventually accredited to North America. 

The family is easily and exactly defln^ ; with but few exceptions by 
the presence of the spurious vein of the wings alone ; in all, by the struct- 
ure of the head and the ne nration. Its x>osition in the dipterological 
^stem is thus given by Braner: 

Saborder Ctclosibafiia. 



Atekita, Seetloa AMM9»JborCddk 



TtUmavrpkUkB. Tribe flyjMMrv. 

(a^rpUim^Z^., PipwtcMdm.) (Fhoridm, FUOyputdm.) 



TtOfBmwMa. Tribe Piv^poro. 



S t Mtp m Hop itL Holomstopim. 

(Mutddmtaln^trmim,) {Mtmidm actOifptraim.) 

While, as a general rule, the Syrphidce present excellent specific 
characters, there is a remarkable dearth of generic or group characters. 
The richness in species, the many intermediate forms, the absence of 
marked plastic variations, all tend to make the family in its subdivis- 
ions an exceedingly difficult one to define with clearness. From this 
fiision or coalescence of genera, we are often compelled to base our classi- 
fication upon what appear very trivial differences. Species must be 
grouped together that show natural relationships, drawing the divid- 
ing lines where the largest intervals occur. Their classification ulti- 

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ZIV BULLETIN 81^ UNITBD STATES KATIOKAL ICUSEUIL 

mately mast in many cases depend largely npon convenience, and the 
views of those best qnalified to interpret natural characters. Not sel- 
dom these vie^vg will rest, more or less, npon an indefinable tout ensem- 
blCj the instinctive or natural grouping of the trained eye and mind. 
There are no generic and specific limitations in nature ; this fact, thanks 
to moderti philosophy, we have nearly al learned. Bat 1^ no means 
does ft follow that there is no such thing as classification. A horM and 
an ass might show all possible intermediate characters, so that one could 
not say when the horse put off the caballine and took on the asinine 
nature; but nevertheless the horse is still a horse and the ass an ass; 
the 9nly vexatious question would be when and where to Ifibeil the one 
caballua and the other oMnua. So, indeed, does the question come home 
pertinently in the small fragment of zoological life treated in the follow- 
ing pages. With a knowledge of but few species, classification was not 
difllcuU, and definition easy, but with the discovery of numerous and 
multifarious forms generic bands become stretched and thinned till at 
last they are rent asuuder, and nothing is left but individual coherence. 
Even a novice would be astonished at the proposition to unite a Ohryw- 
gaater nitida and a Syrphus lapponicus in the same genus, yet the chain 
between them is complete : nowhere do differences exist that can be ac^ 
credited with more than specific valuation. Kor is this a solitary in- 
instance; the majority of genera in thefamily do not admitof tmegeneric 
definition ; the best that we can do is to point out where one shall end 
and the other begin, a proceeding which sometimes {HehphiluSj for in- 
stance) entails the result that a species differs more firom some of it» 
own associates than it does from members of other genera. What, then, 
are we to do f Make a genus for every difference f As well abandon 
species. Make only genera that can be limited by generic characters t 
As well abandon the family. In steering clear of ScyUa we may be 
engulfed in Oharybdis. 

No characters offer for the accurate or even clear separation into sub- 
families. The best general division that we have was that proposed by 
the erudite Schiner, based upon the position of the anterior cross-vein. 
Though, like most of the higher characters in this family, it admits of 
no sharp definition, nor dispels doubt in many cases, it is unquestion- 
ably a natural one. In no case can a species with a well marked, oblique, 
and exterior cross-veifi be place<l among those with an internal and 
rectangular one, yet in not a few we cannot easily decide to which of 
the divisions a given species belongs. In the following daasificatioii 
I have recognized fourteen groups, not because they are clearly defined, 
fbr but very few are, but because some grouping is absolutely neceesaiy. 
It has been criticised as in some respects artificial ; this I by no means 
deny, in the sense that they cannot be separated, except npon ulti- 
mately trivial distinctions, but that they are in the main a natoral 
grouping I do most earnestly contend. A fkunistic dassifloatioii is ecm- 
fefveedly imperfisct, though, as in the case of Osten Sacken^s Tipalida, 



BfsomB eF Hosna ambbioan btbjphidm. t^ 

a Umited dassiflcation ma; happily admit of a &t wider application. In 
8Qoh a £amily as the Syrphldsd many disturbing elements must naturally 
hitrade themselves with the ingress of new forms; bat the knowledge 
of the world's &una can only be obtained firom tiiie assimilation of more 
or less heterogeneous parts iuto one homogeneous whole. My anloptie 
knowledge of genera is almost exclusively confined to the European and 
Nortb American forms, types of nearly all of which I have examined. 

SYNOPTIC TABLE OF TRIBKS. 

& Anterior oroflB-yein of the wings distinctly before the middle of the discal oeU, 

nsually nearly rectangolar; third longitudinal Tein rarely with a 

distinct onrvatnre into the first posterior cell ; hind femora rarely 

« thickened. Usnally smaller, more delicate species, generally thinly 

pilose SYRPHINJB. 

h third Joint of the antennn with a thickened stylifonn arista or style. 

Pblbcoobrini. 
M. AntffDn» with a doisal bristle. 

a Third Joint of the antenna not both elongate and with a strongly plumose 
arista ; marginal oeU open. 

d, Antennse longer than the head, rather large species Micbodokini. 

d& AntenniB not longer than the head. 

$, Front long, much narrowed abov« in the Ibmale, oheeks nanow, fhce considera- 
bly narrowed below, abdomen freqaently contiaoted beyond the 

base, more or less slender Bacchimi. 

«0. Face not remarkably narrowed below. 

/. Epistoma projecting, face without tubercle; abdomen contracted toward the 
base, in outline more or less dnb-shaped; smaU tpertet. 

BPHBOUfno. 
Jf. Hot sneh spaoies. 

f. Color ohiefly radish or Intesoent Bbachtopini. 

§0, Color not chiefly reddish or lutescent. 

h. Metallic green, metallic green and black, or black species, rarely with luteoos 
markings at base of abdomen, and on the humeri and fbce ; abdo- 
men never with entire shining cross-bands CmijOSOn. 

U. Black or greenish black species with yellow or yellowish stripes and bands, or at 
least with entire shining cross-bands on abdomen. 

i Face black 1 Mblanostohini. 

iL Face partly or wholly yellow 1 Syrphiki. 

00. Third Joint of antenmo elongate, with a strongly plumose arista ; marginal cell 

usually closed ; thick-set species .- Voluckllini. 

it. Anterior cross-Tcin near or beyond the middle of the discal cell, usually obliqQe; 
hind fomoia frequently thickensd. Usually lasger, robust, pilose 
species. 

/. Antenn» with a dorsal bristle ERI8TALIN-fi. 

k. Third longitudinal yein bent deeply into the first posterior c^.« . ..Eristalini. 
tti Third longitudinal vein only gently curved or straight. 
I Arista plumose. 

n. Third Joint of antennse elongated Voluceujni. 

MR. Third Joint of antennse snbquadrate; marginal cell open SsfiiCOMTiiti. 

R. Arista bare or pubescent. 

a. Thorax with distinct yellow markings Mn . KOTN i. 

•«. lliorax without yellow markings XTM)THn. 

j^. Antennse with a terminal style CERINJB. 



XVZ BULLETIN 81| UNITBD STATB8 VATIOKAL inJ0BUlf. 

MICBODONIin. 

AiUeHor era$$'ffein near the base of the diicdlceUya^ 
mare or less oblique. Marginal cell open. Legs slender , ^irdjonU of the 
amiennWj at least j elongate^ the first more or less so. Largsj speeies. 

«. Face roundedy pilose. 

h. Pint posterior oeil with a stump of a vein from the third longitudinal yein ; 

soutellnm flattened, usually with two XK>ints MiCRODOir. 

56. First posterior vein without such a slump of a vein; scntellum without points. 

BflXOOASTKR. 

aa. Face produced downwards, hare Chrt80T0XUM. 

This gFoap as here diBtingaished is arcifloial. Miorodon is one of tiie 
most pecaliar genera in the family. The presence of a stnmp of a vein 
in the first posterior cell is characteristic, reappearing in OeriOy and 
occasionally in species allied to Eristalis. The presence of points on 
the scntellnm reminds one of the 8tr€UiomyidcBj bnt the resemblance is 
not great. This character was nsed by Wiedemann to fonnd the genns 
Ceratqphyaj bnt it is of slight importance, two snch closely allied species 
as M. gUbosus and M.fusoipennis differing in its presence. Mixogaster 
doubtless finds a place here, notwithstanding its dub-shaped abdomen, 
by reason of the structure of the head and wings. The European 
Psarus likewise evidently finds its nearest relationship here, though 
showing an afQnity with Paragus of the next group. 

Ohrysotoxum is more aberrant, and is a disturbing element in the 
arrangement of the genera. The only thing it has in common witii 
Miorodon is the elongate antenosd ; the neuration approaches more that 
of the second division. Singularly, too, the genus is a close one, the 
species all showing great structural and color resemblance. Why the 
group Ohrysotowina should be retained to embrace forms so diverse as 
Orthoneura and Pipissa I do not understand. 

cmiiOSiKi. 

BmaXl to moderately large species^ seldom with light marMngs (Paragus 
Ohilosia, Pipiza spp.)^ usually the color is uniformly dark, with or irtA- 
out metaUie greenish markingsy or wholly deep blaekj the face never yellow 
{except in Paragus), the abdomen never with entire cross-bands. Third 
longitudinal vein nearly straight^ anterior cross-vein basal discal. 

a. Epistoma protuberant, antennse often elongate, outer cross- veins more or less in- 
flected. 
h. All the femora thickened and with a row of short spines below ; body clothed 

witb sparse tomentum Lepromtia WilL 

hb. Femora not thickened ; body not tomentose. 
0. Front in female, and face in both sexes often, with transyerse wrinkles; false 

vein of wing usually obsolete Chrtsogastbr Meig. 

CO. Front and face not with wrinkles; face hairy, concave Psilota Meig. 

oo. Epistoma not projecting, or, if so, the hind femora thickened; outer crosa-veina 
more usually reflected, antennn usually short. 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID^. XVH 

d. Pace evenly ronnded and pilose Pipiza Fallen. 

id. Face not evenly ronnded and pilose, tubercnlate. 

e. Abdomen with only four visible segments ; arista short, snbapical. 

Nausioaster Will. 
00. Abdomen with at least five visible segments. 
/. Face partly or wholly yellow ; abdomen pnnctulate, antennee elongate ; small 

species Paragus Latr 

ff. Face wholly black, or at least only with luteous spots ; antennse short. 

g. Hind femora slender Chilosia Meig. 

gg. Hind femora thickened ; epistoma projecting, 
j^ Scutellnm nnusnally large, nearly square in outline; males dichoptic. 

Chalcomyia Will. 

hk. Scutellnm not unusually large, considerably broader at the base ; males holop- 

tic Myiolepta Newm. 

There is considerable diversity in this group, but there can be no 
nataral division, so closely do the characters blend from one to the 
other, and becaase the relationships do not permit a linear arrangement 
of the genera. Chilosia may be taken as its most predominant type, from 
which Chalcomyia and JSfausigaster depart the most. The genus itself 
is a large one, with a considerable diversity of forms, but which, so far, 
has eluded attempts at rational subdivision. The presence of a swollen 
frontal triangle, or frontal groove, is characteristic in not a few species, 
hat they are evanescent, and not of sufBcient uniformity to warrant their 
use exclusively as a generic distinction. The neuration varies from a 
Pipizoid to a Syrphoid type ; none except artificial distinctions can be made 
use of here. The antennse show only slight variations ; generic charac- 
ters based chiefly upon these organs are not generally reliable through 
oat the family. The plumosity of the arista has been proposed as a 
means of distinction ; but the plumosity is never very strong, and the 
ultimate generic boundary would often depend upon the power of the 
lens employed 5 nor can this character be used in connection with the 
pilosity of the eyes and the hairiness of the face, unless we are prepared 
to dub every possible permutation of the three characters with an inde- 
pendent title. The pilosity of the eyes is also unsatisfactory ; its use 
will separate allied forms and bring together irrelevant ones ; moreover, 
here, likewise, the microscope and possibly the imagination would 
ijometimes be the ultimate generic distinctions. The hairiness of the 
face is in itself wholly insuf^cient, and bears no constant relation to the 
other more important characters. The thoracic bristles imperceptibly 
change to hair and then to pile. The limits of the genus are also doubt- 
ful From Chrysogaster on the one hand, and Melanostoma on the other, 
nothing more than specific separation is yet possible. The relation to 
Pipiza, through Chrysogaster and Fsilota, is equally obvious. Yet again 
we cannot overlook the natural afilnity with species of Myiolepta, 

Pipiza and Psilota, as here employed, are unquestionably nearly re- 
lated forms ; indeed further discoveries may require their union. The 
former genus has been very much subdivided. A knowledge of nu- 
merous species, however, constantly tends to break down the distinc- 



XVIII BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

tious. The following are the characters used by Kovrarz,* an able Eu- 
ropean di|)teroIogi8t, to define the generic subdivisions: 

1. — Third antennal joint slender and long 2 

Third joint short and broad 3 

2. — The auxiliary vein terminates before the anterior cross- vein Pipizklla Rond. 

The auxiliary vein terminates beyond the anterior cross- vein Heringia Rood. 

3. — Frontal triangle of the male comparatively large and arched; front of female 

without a tuft of white hairs near the orbit 4 

Frontal triangle not large, of usual form ; front of female with a tuft of white 

hairs near theorbit Pipiza FaUen. 

4. — Hind coxas of male with spinous process; front of female with a distinct trans- 
verse groove near the middle Cnbmodon Egger. 

Male coxa> without spinous process; front of female without transverse 
groove Penium Phil. 

An examination of these characters seriatim will, I think, show their 
invalidity as generic distinctions. I by no means wish to say that they 
are without value, or that the names should be abandoned, but that 
their present substitution is not justified. 

1. All intermediate stages will occur between a long, slender antenna 
and a short broad one, where it will be impossible to refer a species to 
either of these divisions without we take an artificial standard. 

2. The same may be said of the termination of the auxiliary vein. 
What will we do with the species where the termination is opposite the 
cross vein! 

3. The presence of a swollen frontal triangle is a useful character, 
but the same objection may be urged against it as against the two pre- 
ceding ones. The same feature occurs in species of both Chilosia and 
Chrysogaster^ and was formerly made use of, in the former at least. Its 
acceptance here will, pari passu, necessitate its employment in allied 
genera. 

4. The presence of a coxal spine is perhaps of greater value, yet we 
must not forget that the same character is disregarded elsewhere in the 
family. No one will think of generically separating Xyloia bicolor and 
X. tibialis, or HelophiluH distinctus, that has been confounded with JT. 
chrysostomus, on this character. 

The introduction of such fine distinctions is undesirable in any genus 
when characters of the same or similar nature are unrecognized in 
allied genera. It is true that arbitrary distinctions in the comparative 
shape of the antennae, etc., we are compelled to use to a great extent in 
the Muscidas calyptratw ; but at the same time we must admit the 
almost insuperable difficulties which these families present to sys- 
tematic study 5 so gi*eat, indeed, that there are but three or four ento- 
mologists (among whom we must award to Mr. Kowarz the first rank) 
who are capable of interpreting them. 

Two species of Triglyphus have been described by Loew; both of 
them I have placed under Pipiza, as from an examination of the tyx>e8 
• Wien Ent. Zeitung, iv, 241. 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHIDiE. XIX 

at Cambridge I could not discover differcDces. The genus, as I under- 
stand it, is based upon the presence of but four visible segments in the 
abdomen with elongation of the median ones. The types of these spe- 
cies, however, show the fifih segment to be as well developed as in 
other species of Plpiza^ and with no appreciable greater development 
of the third and fourth segments. 

Tlie genus Nausigasier is a very peculiar one, and has only slight 
relationship to the other genera, except perhaps Paragus. On account 
of its general habitus, its punctate markings, and the structure of the 
abdomen, 1 place it here. 

It may be objected that I place the genus Myiolepta in this group. 
Perhaps did 1 know the European species, I should feel the force of the 
objection myself, but certainly in the American species the aflSnity with 
species of Ckilosia cannot be overlooked. Where the hind femora are 
but little thickened, and without spines, there is but little to distinguish 
them ; even the luleous coloration in the female of some species mimics 
that in the females of some Chilosiw^ and the male facial tubercle re- 
peats itself in certain Chilosiw and ChrysogastrcB. 

Ilow Loew could have overlooked the striking relationship between 
Lepromyia calopus and Myiolepta strigilatu I cannot account for. In the 
latter the third joint of the antennae is distinctly elongate, the femora 
are all thickened, with short spines below, and the body is x5lothed with 
sparse tomentum, all characters of the genus. The genus thus holds an 
intermediate position, connecting Ghrysogmter and Myiolepta, 

MEIiA:NrOSTOMINI. 

Small^ elongate^ thinly pilose species^ deep black or shining green^ the ab- 
domen usually slender with interrupted hands of bright yellow^ orange^ or 
greenish-yellotc color ; face uniformly bla^Jc^ or at least never with light 
ground color. Antennw shorty face tuberculate ; neuration Syrphoid ; legs 
slender. 

a. Wings not longer than the abdomen ; oceUar tubercle large, prominent; abdomen 
depressed, the lighter markings fermginons or orange colored. 

PTROPttENA Schiner. 
M. Wings longer than the abdomen ; oceUar tubercle not nnnsnaUy large; abdomen 
more slender, the cross- bands yellow or greenish yellow, sometimes shining 
metallic. 
h. Front tibise and tarsi of the male dilated, those of the female slightly widened. 

Platychirus St. Fargean and Serville. 
ib. Front tibial and tarsi in both sexes slender, not widened.. Melanostoma Schiner. 

The genus Melanostoma may be taken as the type of this group. The 
only ultimate diflference between this genus, so far as I can discover or 
define, and Ohilosia is in the absence of enture abdominal cross-bands. 
On the other band, the distinction from Syrphus is purely specific. The 
relationships of Platychirus and Pyrophcena are obvious ; indeed in the 



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female there is scarcely any appreciable difference, at least in the former 
genns. Pyrophcena i.s an excellent example of a faulty taxonomic clas 
siiication ; while the flattening of the forelegs is made a generic char- 
acter in PlatycMrus^ much greater structural differences in the legs of 
Pyrophcence only receive a specific valuation. Undoubtedly, should the 
number of species warrant it, a generic line will be drawn between P. 
oqfmi and P. rosarum^ but on the basis of natural classification it should 
not matter whether a genus contained one or one thousand species. 

It may be objected that this group is not entitled to the rank I give 
it; but if it be united with the Syrphinij the CMlosini must be also. 
Shall we place Chrysogaster and Syrphus in one group? As well place 
the whole family in one group. 

8YRPHINI. 

Black or greenish-bUwh species^ usually with yellow abdominal bandSy 
the face wholly or in part yellow. Marginal cell of the wings tcide open^ 
third vein rarely (Didea) curved into the first posterior celU anterior cross- 
vein near the base of the discal cell, Antennw short, face tubercnUUe^ 
abdomen usually oval, legs slender, hind femora rarely thickened (Meso- 
grapta sp.). 

a. Thickly pilose species ; abdomen quite oval, broader beyond the middle. Basal por- 
tion of abdomen yellow, terminal portion black 

Leucozona Schiner. 
aa. Bather bare species ; abdomen not so marked. 
h. Thorax never with yellow lateral markings. 

0. Sixth abdominal segment of the male as long as the two preceding together, bat 
narrower, somewhat tabular, unsymmetrioal ; on underside of the 
seventh segment with two long linear subparallel appendages, 
arcuate, bidenticulate at the end, embedded in grooves when at 
rest. In the female the fifth segment half as long as the preceding. 

Scntellum much raised, exposing metanotum Eupbodes O. S. 

CO, Hypopygium without slender appendages, sixth segment of male not peculiar; 
fifth segment of female one-third or one-fourth as long as preceding 
segment. 

d. Third longitudinal vein with a distinct curvature into the first posteror cell; 

third Joint of the antennse elongate-oval Didea Macq. 

dd» Third longitudinal vein straight or gently curved ; third Joint of antennse short 
oval. 

e. Eyes of male with an area of enlarged facets above; front very convex; hypopy- 

gium very small - . . Catabomba O. S. 

ee, EyeB of male without an area of enlarged facets above ; front moderately convex ; 

hypopygium not very small Syrphus Fabr. 

hb. Thorax with yellow lateral stripes. 
/. Eyes of male with an area of enlarged facets above ; fourth segment of abdomen 

in both sexes with two median yellow stripes and an oblique spot 

on each side Aixograpta O. 8. 

Jf, Eyos of male wholly without an area of enlarged facets above; fourth segment of 

abdomen not so marked. 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN STRPHIDiB XXI 

ff. Face receding; thorax withoat median dorsal cinereons liuo. 

Xanthoqramma Schiner. 
gg. Face strongly projecting below. 

A. Dorsum of thorax with a median cinereous line Mrsograpta Loew. 

AA. Dorsum of thorax withoat such line SPHiEROPHORiA St. F. Sl Serv. 

The genus Syrphus^ as now restricted, presents a remarkable uni- 
formity in structural characters, and even in markings, as well as iu 
the fixity of s]>ecific characters. A few divergent forms, it is true, as 
8.geniculatu8y are seen, but on the whole the genus is a close one; this, 
however, has not prevented attempts at subdivision. There are, 
though, many osculating points among its correlated forms. From 
IHdea, through 8, arcuatus lapponicusy nothing more than specific dif- 
ferences are found. From Xanthogramma^ through X. emarginatum^ dif- 
ferences of even less value appear. Its coalescence with Melanostoma 
(through 8. simplex^ for instance) has already been touched upon. 
Other allied genera are Vatabomba and Eupeode^t, where the dififerences 
are almost wholly confined to the male sex. Leucozana is structurally 
allied, but the pilosity and markings remove it further. With AllO' 
graptOj Sphceraphoriaj and Mesograpta^ the relationship is likewise very 
apparent. All these have a more or less elongate abdomen, as in some 
species of 8yrphuSj but besides the yellow markings of the thorax the 
structure of the head is similar in the last two, to which Aaarkina may 
be added. 

PBIiECOCERINI. 

The genus PeUcocera shows the nearest relation with the Syrphini; 
bat the structure of the head removes it so far from the other genera 
that I prefer to give it an independent place here for the present. 

SPHBGINIKI. 

SmoUly slender^ ehngatCj thinly pilose species, with more or less yellow 
markings on head and abdomen. Antennce shorty epistoma produced; 
marginal cell of the wings open, third longitudinal vein straight or gently 
curved, anterior- cross-vein near the base of the discal cell and rectangular, 
abdomen contracted towards the base, the greateM width beyond the middle^ 
in outline club-shaped or spatulate; hind femora thickened. 

h. Epistoma produced anteriorly, in profile deeply concave from antenn® to tip; 

third joint of antennse nearly orbicular Sphbgina Meig. 

U. Epistoma produced more downward, in profile slightly concave from antennn to 
^ tip Neoascia Will. 

This group in America offers well-defined limitations, characterized 
by the small size, abdomen, and face. It is one of tl^e oldest geolog- 
icaUy. 



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BRACHYOPIXI. 

Moderate sized, nearly hare species j chiefly or wholly reddish or luieouSj 
or, if in large part hlacl, tHthout light yellow markings. Antennw short; 
abdomen not club shaped; anterior cross-vein before middle of the discal 
celly marginal cell wide open. 

a. EiuHtomu produced iuto a loug slender porrected huout; femora slender; the 

third longitudinal vein joins the costa beyond the tip...fiHiNQiA Sropoli. 
aa. Fdco, not »o produce<l, hind lemora more or less thickened. 

b. Face produced, obtusely tuberculate, thorax with bristles, abdomen elongate, 

EUGENIAMYIA Will. 

bb. Face carinate, abdomen oval, first posterior cell short petiolate. 

0. Arista bare Brachyopa Meig. 

cc. Arista plunos*? Exochila Rood. 

These geuera present a considerable divergence, but are best asso- 
ciated together. Why they should hitherto have been classed among 
the VolucellincBy rather than the Syrphince, 1 do not understand. Ehingia 
is well marked in its remarkably projecting epistoma. In neuratiou it 
finds its greatest resemblance in some species of Chilosia. 

Brachyopa, Exochila, and Engeniamyia are all closely allied, and might, 
perhaps, be best associated in the same genus. There is a tendency in 
all the genera to the presence of thoracic bristles. 

VOIiUCBTjIillST. 

Mostly large species, uniform in color or variable. Third joint of the 
antennwmore or less elongate, the arista always plumose ; eyes usually pilose; 
body nearly bare or thickly pilose ; abdomen short, thick, stnmgly convex 
above; marginal veil of the icings usually closed and petiolate, third longi- 
tudinal vein nearly straight, the fourth vein joins the third a considerable 
distance before the tip, inflected; anterior cross-vein usually toward>< the 
base of discal cell ; legs slender, hind femora never thickened. 

a. Arista very densely plumose, appearing like a solid mass. . .Copestylum Macq. 
aa, .\rista feathery plumose Volucella Geof. 

The present and following groups contain, with few exceptions, more 
robust, thick-set, and, usually pilose, species. The two genera from the 
United States, located here, are sharply separated from all others by 
the presence of a closed marginal cell and plumose arista. In certain 
species of Volucella, however, the marginal cell is closed very near the 
tip of the second longitudinal vein, and rarely, in some individuals, ia 
narrowly open. Such species form the natural connection with Fhalor 
eromyia, diflfering only in this respect, a genus, so far, extralimital, and 
bearing the same relation to Volucella that Helophilus does to EristaUs. 
It is very desirable that Volucella should be divided; the species %re 
numerous, and a considerable variation exists among them. No char- 
acters have, however, in my opinion, been iound that will accomplish 
this result satisfactorily. Temnocera St. Farg. & Serville, and Atem- 
nocera Bigot, are too artificial in their limitations. The former is based 
upon the excision of the third joint of the antennae and the presence of 
bristles upon the scutellum. In a number of species the bristles are 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID.^. XXIII 

present without tbe nntenDal character — for these Atetmwcera is pro- 
posed. But to be coDsisteut yet another division should be created for 
the excised aoteun^ without the scutellar bristles, as in Volucella 
megacephala. Even such a dismemberment of the genus might be well, 
were it natural, but it is not ; allied species are torn asunder and unre- 
lated ones are thrown together. A natural classification, moreover, 
would require the same treatment of Phalacromyia. 

SERICOMYINI. 

Large species; antennae shorty the third joint scarcely longer than broad; 
arista basalj plumose; anterior cross-vein of wings oblique^ near the mid- 
dle ofdiseal cell; hind femora sometimes thickened. 

a. Moderately pilose ; abdomen with yellow interrupted cross-bands 5 

Sericomyia Meig. 
aa. Thickly pilose, abdomen nniformly black Arctophila Schiner. 

This group at present is limited without much difficulty. Still the 
forms are not very closely allied in some of their species. The con- 
nection between the two genera is found in 8. militaris. In Arctophila 
flagrans the thickened hind femora and curved third longitudinal vein 
present a relationship with the next group. 

ERISTAIilNI. 

Mostly large, pilose specie, uniform in color , or more or less variegated; 
tUrd joint of the antennas short, oval or transverse; third longitudinal 
vein with a deep concavity into the first posterior cell; anterior cross-vein 
near or beyond tJie middle of the discpl cell; hind femora thickened, except 
in species of Eristalis. 

a. Marginal cell closed and petiolate. 
6. Thorax never with yellow markings. 

c. Frontal triangle of male strongly protuberant Doliosyrphus Bigot. 

oc. Front evenly arched Eristalis Latr. 

bb. Thorax with yellow spots. 

d. Hind femora withont a conical projection below, near the end, 

Pteroptila Loew. 
dd. Hind femora with a projection below (Mileeia), 
aa. Marginal cell open. 

e. Arista plumose (Sericomyini). 
ee. Arista bare. 

/. Face with a longitudinal ridge in the middle ; hind femora strongly thickened, 

and with an angular protuberance below Tropidia Meigen. 

/. Face not distinctly carinate ; tubercnlate or rounded. 
g. Thorax and scntellnm not densely pollinose above. 

K Third joint of antennse oval ; dorsum of thorax usually with distinct stripes, 

Helophilus Meigen. 
hk. Third joint of antennse broad ; throax not vittate. 

i Thickly pilose Mallota Meigen. 

a Thinly pilose Triodonta Will. 

Teuchocnemis O. 8. 
gg. Thorax and scntellnm very densely pollinose above Pterallastes Loew. 



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This group is a natural otie, but it m not distinctly separated from the 
following. Eristalis shows a considerable diversity in coloration, but 
less in structure. In many of the species the hind femora are slender, 
in others sometimes much thickened {Simoides Lw.) ; this character will 
not, however, serve for generic separation. Nor can the absence of the 
moderate plumosity of the arista {Eristalomyia Hond.) serve to divide 
the genus. It throws together unrelated species. The pilosity of the 
eyes seems to be equally unsatisfactory. The relationship of Plagiocera^ 
Senaspis, Priomerus^ DoliosyrphuSy Megaspis^ etc.,cannot always be sharply 
defined. Two of these appear in our fauna, and will readily be distin- 
guished by the general habitus, structure of the head, etc. In North 
America, Eristalis is sharply distinguished from Helophilus by the closure 
of the marginal cell. In Europe and Africa, however, the two genera 
coalesce, some species oi Eristalis having dichoptic males (Eristalinus 
Bond.); other species ot Helophilus holoptic males and without any of 
the characteristic markings, and with the marginal cell only narrowly 
open. So, too, Helophilus is ultimately distinguished from Mallota only 
by a very slight difference in the third joint of the antennse.* The group 
of genera immediately surrounding Mallota is an unsatisfactory one, and 
very difficult to define. Pterallastes will be easily distinguished by its 
general habitus, and the presence of dense pollen on the upper surface 
of the thorax and scutellum, but Teuchocnemis and Triodonta are not so 
easily disposed of; both of them differ from Mallota in being thinly 
pilose, but there is no other tangible character. Teuchoonemis was based 
upon the presence of an internal hind tibial spur in the male, but the 
same feature occurs in the true Malhotce. The two species placed in this 
genus are not homogeneous. Triodonta cannot be placed under if(^odon, 
on account of the antennae, termination of the fourth vein, etc.; its di- 
choptic male is common to European species of Mallota. It is very singa> 
lar that the genus Merodon^ so richly represented in Europe, does not 
occur in our fauna. The relationship of Mallota is evident with Xylota. 
(See Schiner, Nov. Exped., 360.) 

XYIiOTINI. 

Third longitudinal vein only gently curved^ marginal cell open; anterior 
cross-vein near or beyond the middle of discalcell^ usually oblique ; antennae 
short; tfiora^x without yellow markings, 

Xylotini, — Abdomen more or less elongate ; hind femora more or less thiokened, with 

projections or spines below ; face without tubercle; nearly bare species; eyes large. 

a. Face strongly carinate ; hind femora thickened, with an angular protuberance 

below near the end Tropidia Meig. 

aa. Face not oarinate. 
h. Third segment of the abdomen in the male very much contracted, cylindrical, 
the hind femora much thickened, with a bifid spine below at the tip. 
Eyes very large, face small ...« Srnogaster Macq. 

* Even this difference is not accepted by Schiner in Selophilut anHpodus Sch. — No- 
ara Exped., 359.~Auckland. 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMEBICAN SYRPHID-fi. XXV 

K. Quid femora more or lees thickened, with spinee or bristles below, never with 

a bifid spine near the tip. 
0. Hind femora very mnch thickened, anterior cross-vein rectangular, 

Syritta St. F. & Serv. 
ec Hind femora never remarkably thickened, hind coxas often with spinous process; 

cross-vein always oblique Xtlota Meig. 

Crtori^ifiijii.~Mostly large species, pilose. 

a. Scutellum, margin of thorax, and pleurae with bristly hairs; face distinctly tuber- 

culate; femora slender ,. Chrtsoghlamts Bond. 

so. Thorax wholly without bristly hairs. 

b. Face short, not produced, concave, not tnberculate; hind femora more or lees 

thickened. 

c. Abdomen elongate. 

d. Abdomen shining or opaque black Brachtpalpus Macq. 

4d. Abdomen with bright bronr^e cross- bands Caluprobola Bond. 

cc. Abdomen very broad, thorax densely pilose, large species, 

• POOOTA St. Farg. &. Serv. 
bb. Face produced, longer than the front. 

e. Face produced forward, pointed, concave from the antennas to the tip, not tnber- 

culate, subcarinate ; hind femora thickened Crioprora O. S. 

te. Face not evenly concave, tubercnlate. 

/. Third Joint of antennse produced above into a conical process, terminating in the 

thickened arista ; femora slender Mbrapioidus Bigot. 

ff. Third joint of antenn® transversely oval, but little broader than long; femora 

rarely thickened Criorhina Macq. 

TrqpidieLj Senogaster^ Syritta, and Xylota form a natural, slightly diver- 
gent gronp, showing an nnquestionable relationship on the one hand 
with MaUotOj on the other with Brachypalpua. 

The relationship of Brdchypalpus with Pocota and CdlUprobola is evi- 
dent, and between these and Criorhina, Crioprora forms a natural con-' 
Dection. MerapioiduB and Chrysoohlamys are less intimately related. 

MIIiBSINI. 

Large species y thinly pilose or nearly bare, with yellow spots or stripes on 
the thorax above, the abdomen conspicuously yellow banded. Anterior cross- 
vein beyond the middle of the discal cell, oblique; third longitudinal vein 
gently curved {except in Milesia). Antennal arista bare; hind femora 
dongated and moderately thickened; 

a. Hind femora with a conical protuberance below, near the end. 

h. Marginal cell of wing clocied; antennss short Milksia Fabr. 

M. Marginal ceU open, antenose more or less elongate Spilomtia Meig. 

M. Hind femora without such protuberance ; marginal cell open. 

c Antennae inserted high up, on a conical projection ; front short, face much pro- 
duced downward Sphbcobitia Latr. 

ee. Antennse situated low down, short; face not longer than the front.. Tbmnostobca. 

Sfptlomyia and Temnostoma are closely allied, as is also Spheoomyia. 
MUesiay in the structure of the fiebce and wings, is more remote, but the 
legs and general habitus show an Incontestable relationship. 



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The nearest relationship in the preceding group is evidently with 
certain species of Criorhina, A resemblance between Milesia and Pter- 
optila cannot be overlooked. 

CBRIN-ffl. 

Bather largCj bare^ elongate species ; antennw longer than the head, sec- 
ond and third joints swollen^ terminating in a style / anterior cross-vein 
beyond the middle of the discal cellj nearly straight; third longittidinal vein 
with a stump projecting into the first posterior cell Gebia Fabr. 

This genus has been divided on the presence or absence of the frontal 
process, but the character is inslifflcieut 

CHARACTERS OP THE TAMIIiY SYRPHID.^. 

A false longitudinal vein between the third and fourth longitudinal veins;* 
fourth longitudinal vein united at its extremity with the third ; basal cells 
large; face witlwut suhantennal grooves. 

Head hemispherical, often elongated or produced in the lower part, 
as broad or a little broader than the thorax. Face moderately broad, 
bare, or clothed with dust or short pile, excavated in profile under the 
antennae and projecting below, or with a distinct convexity near the 
middle part : never with longitudinal furrows or lateral ridges, usually 
convex transversely, sometimes with a median ridge. Oral opening 
large ; proboscis rarely much elongated, usually but little projecting, 
and, when at rest, concealed within the mouth; palpi one jointed; 
labrum-epipharynx, hypopharynx, maxillae and labium present. Front 
never excavated, often swollen, sometimes with a uxore or less elongate 
process which bears the antennsB. Antennae usually porrect, approxi- 
mate at their base, three-jointed ; the third joint more especially of varied 
shape, usually flattened and with a dorsal bristle, either bare or plu- 
mose; very rarely the third joint is not flattened, and is provided at 
the tip with a thickened style. Eyes large, bare or pilose, in the male 
usually contiguous between the base of the antennae and ocelli. Ocelli 
always present. Thorax comparatively large and robust, moderately 
arched above 5 scutellum large, usually convex, often translucent, rarely 
with spines on its border. Tegulse of moderate size. Abdomen com- 
posed of five or six visible segments, rarely with only four. Hypopy- 
gium usually not prominent. Shape of the abdomen variable; slender, 
linear, clubbed, short, oval, and all intermediate forms. Legs usnally 
weak, sometimes strong ; the hind femora not infrequently moderately 
or much thickened, the hind tibiae not rarely arcuated and compressed, 
metatarsi rather long, coxae short ; the hind coxae, femora, and tibiae, 
more especially in the male, in not a few species, armed with spurs, pro- 
tuberances, or spines; the front and middle tibiae and tarsi rarely flat- 
tened, or with structural variation. Macrochaetae rarely present in any 
* Sometimes absent iu ChrysogasteVy Volucella^ etc. 



SYNOPSIS OF NOUTH AMERICAN SYRPIIID^. XXVII 

part of the body; the body generally thinly pilose or nearly bare, but 
sometimeH clothed with thick pile. Wings comparatively large, when 
at rest foldeil together over the abdomen, or half open; third lougi 
tudinal vein never forked, frequently with a more or less deti> curva- 
ture on the outer part; marginal cell opened or closed, the fourth vein 
terminates in the third vein at or before the tip; neither of the inter- 
calary veins present ; anal cell always closed before the border of the 
wing ; anterior cross-vein before or beyond the middle of the discal cell ; 
between the third and fourth longitudinal veins and nearly parallel with 
them there is a false or spuriotis vein^ nearly always present, and char- 
acteristic of the famil3\ 



TABLE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF GENERA. 

1.— Antennae with a terminal style 2 

Antennse with a dorsal bristle 3^ 

2. — AutenncD cylindrical, first two joints elongate Cerla, *ih9 

First two joints short, third compressed (plate iv, fig. 14) . Peleoocera, 110 

S.—Marginal cell of the wing closed and pet iolate 38 

Marginal cell open 4 

4.— Anterior cross-vein of the wing distinctly before the middle of the discal cell, 

nsn^lly rectangalar 5 

Anterior cross- vein ending near or beyond the middle of the discal cell usually 

oblique 43 

5. — Anteonae elongate 6 

Anteun® short • 11 

6. — Dorsum of thorax without yellow lateral stripes 7 

Dorsum of thorax with jtellow lateral stripes; large species (plate i, fig. 5) 

Chrysotozum, 13 

7. — Face rounded, pilose, not tuberculate, oral margiu not projecting .... 8 

Face not evenly arched ; tuberculate, or the oral margin projecting ... 9 

S.^Large species ; scutellum flattened, usually with spines or tubercles ; a stump 

of vein in the first posterior cell from the third longitudinal vein (plate i,. 

figs. 1-3) Microdon, 3 

Small species; scutellum without points; no such projecting stump (plate ii, 

fig. 1) Pipiza, 22 

9. — Body clothed with sparse tomentum; all the femora thickened and with a row 

of short spines below (see, also, Myiolepta atrigilata) . . Lepromyia, 31 

Body not tomentose ; all the femora not thickened and not with spines below 

la 

10.— Face tobercolate below, partly or wholly yellow ; cpistoma receding ; face and 

front not wrinkled (plate i, figs. 7-9) Paragus, 17 

Epistoma projecting ; front and face with transverse wrinkles (plate ii, figs. 

6-9) . . « CluryBogaster, 31 

U.— Face black in ground color 12 

Face more or less yellow in ground color 20 

12.— Abdomen with only four visible segments; first two joints of the antenna very 
short, third large, subquadrate, with a short, subterminal arista (plate i. 

fig. 10) . *. Naualgaster, 21 

Abdomen with more than four visible segment-s 13 

13. — Hind femora distinctly thickened 14 

Hind femora but little or not at all thickened 15 



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14.--Scntellnm unoBiially large, nearly Bquare; loales dichoptic (plate iv, fig. 14) 

Chalcomyia, 126 

Scutellnm not unosaally large, considerably broader at the base ; males liolop- 

tic and with a tacial tubercle (plate v^figs. 1-2) . . . Myiolepta, 127 

15. — Epistoma projecting ; small black species 16 

Face tuberculate, the oral margin not projecting 17 

Face rounded, pilose, pot tuberculate, the oral margin not projecting (plate ii, 

figs. 2-5) Pipisa, 22 

16. — Front in female, and the face in both sexes usually, with transverse wrinkles 

(plate ii, fig. 10) durysogaster, 31 

Face and front not wrinkled ; face pilose, without tubercle . . Psilota, 30 
17. — Metallic green, metallic green and black, or black species; abdomen oval, never 
with entire shining cross-bands (plate iii, figs. 1-5) . . . Chilosia, 3d 
Black with more or less metallic green or blue, with yellow or yellowish abdom- 
inal markings, or if not, at least '^ith entire shining cross-bands; abdomen 

usually elongate 18 

18. — Wings not longer than the abdomen; ocellar tubercle large; abdomen de- 
pressed, long elliptical, somewhat narrowed toward the base, the lighter 
markings ferruginous or orange-yellow (plate iii, fig. 13) Pyrophasna, 54 
Wings longer than the abdomen, usually more slender species, abdominal cross- 
bands yellow or greenish yellow, or sometimes shining metallic . . 19 
19.— Front tibiae, distally, and tarsi of the mule dilated, those of the female a little 

widened (plate iii, figs. 10-12) Platychirus, 56 

Front tibiffi and tarsi slender in both sexes ...... Melanostoma, 46 

20. — Dorsum of thorax with yellow lateral stripes 29 

Dorsum of thorax not with yellow lateral stripes 21 

21. — Abdomen narrowed toward the base, in outline club-shaped or spatulate . 22 

Abdomen oval or slender, not spatulate or club-shaped 24 

22. — Hind femora slender; abdomen elongate, slender toward the base; front of fe- 
male long, narrow above (plate iv, figs. 7-9) Baccha, 116 

Hind femora thickened 23 

23. — Epistoma produced anteriorly, in profile deeply concave from antennse to oral 

margin ; third joint of antennic rounded (plate iv, figs. 11, 12 Sphegina, 113 

Epistoma produced more downward, in profile gently concave; third joint of 

antenna) not rounded (plate iv, fig. 10) Neoaacia, 111 

24. — Abdomen with definite yellow cross-bands, interrupted or entire .... 25 

Abdomen not with definite yellow cross-bands 32 

25. — Hind femora extraordinarily thickened Syzitta, 239 

Hind femora slender 26 

26. — Sixth abdominal segment in the male as long as the two preceding together, 
cylindrical (plate iii, fig. 14) ; fifth segment in the female one-half as long 

as the preceding Supeodea, 64 

Sixth segment not peculiar ; the fifth segment in the female one- third or one- 
fourth as long as the preceding 27 

27. — Front very convex ; eyes of male with an area of enlarged facets above (plate 

iv, fig. 1) Catabomba, 62 

Front not remarkably convex 28 

28.— Third longitudinal vein with a distinct carvatore into the first posterior cell; 
third joint of an tenufe elongate oval (plate iv, fig. 4) .... Didea, 89 

Third longitudidal vein straight or gently curved Syrphua, 66 

29. — Dorsum of thorax with a median cinereous line Meaograpta, 98 

Dorsum without such line ' 30 

30. — ^Eyes of male with an area of enlarged facets above ; fourth segment of abdo- 
men with two median yellow stripes and an oblique side spot 

Allograpta, 96 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHIDiE. XXIX 

Eyes of male not with an area of enlarged facets above; fourth abdominp.1 seg- 
ment not so marked 31 

31.— Face projectinc; below ; slender species (plate iv, fig. 10) . Sphaerophoria, 104 

Face receding below ; adomen oval, at least not slender Xanthogramma, 91 

32.— Abdomen oval, black, basal portion ligbt-colored ; tbickly pilose species (plate 

iii, fig. 6) Leucozona, 61 

Thinly pilose species, not so marked 33 

33.— Hind femora thickened 34 

Hind femora slender 37 

34.— Species wholly or chiefly reddish or lutescent 36 

Black si>ecie8, sometimes with luteous si)Ots on face, hnmeri, basal angles of 

abdomen, etc 35 

35.— Scnt«^llnm auusually^lar^e, nearly sqnare in outline; males dichoptic 

Chaloomyla, 126 
Scutellnm not nnnsually large, considerably broader at the base ; eyes of male 

holoptic - Mjriolepta, 127 

36.— Face carinate; abdomen oval (plate v, figs. 5-7) Brachyopa, 131 

Face prodnced, obtusely tnbercolate (plate v, fig. 4) . . Bugeniam3ria, 130 

37.— Epistoraa prodnced into a long porrected snout (plate v, fig. 3) . Rhingla, 129 

Epistoma not at all produced. (See, also, Baccha^ 116.) .... Chiloaia, 38 

38.— Third longitudinal vein bent deeply into the first posterior cell .... 40 

Third vein not deeply bent into the first posterior cell ; antennse elongate . 39 

39.— Arista feathery plumose (plate vi), Voluoella, 134 

Arista very densely plumose, appearing like a solid mass Copestylum, 151 

40.— Hind femora wiih sharp tooth-like projection below near the outer end; laige 

species (plate xii, fig, 2) Mileaia, 254 

Hind femora without tooth-like projection below 41 

41.— Frontal triangle of male strongly protuberant (plate viii, fig. 8) 

DoUoayrphus, 178 

Frontal triangle not protuberant 42 

42. — Thorax with distinct yrllow markings ; femora thickened; hypopygium large 

(plate vii, fig. 1) Pteroptila, 179 

Thorax without distinct yellow markings; hind femora occasionally thickened ; 

hypopygium not prominent Bristalis, 15S 

43.— Arista plumose (plate vii, tigs. 2-0) 44 

Arista bare or pubescent 45 

44. — ^Thinly pilose, abdomen with yellow bands Serioomyla, Vul 

Thickly pilose, abdomen without yellow Arctophila, 157 

45.— Third longitudinal vein bent deeply into the first posterior cell ; hind femora 

thickened 46 

Tliird vein only gently curved . *. 51 

46. — Fai-e with a sharp longitudinal ridge in the middle ; hind femora with an angu- 
lar protuberance below near outer end Tropldia, 20() 

Five tul»ercnlate or arched, not carinate 47 

47. -Tlicirax and scutellum very densely iwlliuose above (plate viii, fig. 9). 

Pterallastes, 198 

Scutellum not densely poUinose above 48 

48.--ThirdjoiiU of antenna) broad, thorax not vittate 49 

Third joint oval ; thorax usually vittate above Helophilus, 1.^3 

49.— Thickly pilose Mallota, 201 

Thinly pilose 50 

50.— Hind tibiae of male with an internal median spur (plate viii, fig. 12) 

Teuchocnemis, 199 
Hind tibise of male not with an internal median spur (plate ix, fig. 1) 

Triodonta. 205 



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51. — Hind femora thickened, with a bifid spur below on outer end, (plate xi, fig. 1). 

Senogaster, 238 

Iliud femoni not with a bifid spur beh>w 52 

52. — Slender species, abdomen narrowed oil basal portion Baccha, 116 

Abdonit'n in no wise club-shaped or narrowed basally . . . ^ ... 53 

53 —Thorax wilh distinct yellow markings other than on the humeri ... 62 

Tlionix not with distinct yellow markings otUer than rarely on the humeri 54 

54. — Face transversely arched or cariuate, not produced, not tuberculat^; ahdomen 

more or le.ss elongate and nearly bare 55 

More or less thickly pilose species, otteu large 57 

55. — Hind femora extraordinarily thickened ; anterior cross-vein rectangular (plate 

xii, fig. 1) Syritta,239 

Hind femora more or less thickened ; cross-vein obMq^^e 56 

5 6. —Face sharply carin ate (plate ix, fig. 2) Tropldia, 206 

Face transversely arched (plate ix, tigs. 5-8) Xylota, *2:M 

57. -Scutellum, margin of the thorax, and the pleurae with bristly hairs (plate xi, fig. 

5) ChryBOchlamyB, 240 

Thorax wholly without bristles 58 

58. — Face short, not produced, concave from antenna? to tip, not tuberculate; liind 

femora thickened 59 

Face produced, longer than the front 60 

59. —Abdomen elongate Brachypalpus, 221 

Abdomen very broatl, thorax densely pilose, very large species (plate x, tig. 7) 

Pocota,220 

€0.— Face produced forward, pointed, concave from antennte to tip, not tuberculate, 

sub-carinate ; hind lemora thickened (plate x, figs. 4-i^) . Crioprora, 217 

Face not evenly concave, tuberculate or convex 61 

61. — Third joint of auteniue ]>roduced above into a conical process, terminating in 

the thickened arihta (plate xi, fig. 2) Merapioidas, 243 

Third joint of antenjuo obliquely oval ; hiud femora rarely thickened* (plates 

ix, x) Criorhina, 2C9 

62.— Hind femora wijh a conical, tooth-like i)rotuberance below, near the end (plate 

xii, figs. 3-5) Spilomyia. 224 

Hiud femora without such protuberance 63 

63. — xVntenuj© inserted low down, near the middle of the head in profile; face not 

longer than the lYout (plate xii, figs. G-7) Temnostoma, 249 

Antennae situated high up, on a conical process, front short, face much produced 
downward ; antenna3 long or short (plate xii, fig. 8) . Sphecomyia, 258 

* If thinly pilose, with the abdomen nearly bare, and the hind femora thickened, 
st-e Xylota tuber ans, p. 225. 



P^RT II. 



DESCRIPTIONS. 



PART II-DESORIPTIONS. 



MICRODON. 

Mierod&n Meigen, in niiger's Magazine, il, 275, 1803. 
ApkritU Latreille, Hist. Nat. Crust, et Ins., xiv, 1804. 
Cerotop^lfa Wiedemann, Anss. Zw. Ins., ii, 79, 1830. 
IHmera9pi9 Newman, Ent. Mag., ▼, 372, 1838. 
MetopkUa Walker, List, etc., iv, 1157, 1840. 
Uhri9U9 Walker, Insecta Sannders., 217, 1856. 

Bather large, nearly bare species, osoally short, thick-set, with short 
wings. Head flattened, broad ; the fitoe rounded, pilose, not descending 
moch below the eyes. AntennsB porrect, approximate at their base, elon- 
gate, divergent on outer part ; first joint elongate, slender ; second joint 
tbe shortest; third spindle-shaped, as long or longer than the first; arista 
short, basal, bare. Eyes usoally bare, rarely pilose, broadly separated 
in the male, bat less so than in the female. Thorax short, broad, con- 
vex. ScQtellnm large, flat or gently convex, often with a spine or to- 
bercle on each posterior angle. Abdomen asaally short and broad, 
tarned downward, very convex, nearly bare. Legs Qhort, rather stoat, 
tibiae usually somewhat dilated ; tarsi more or less dilated ; the meta- 
tarm elongated, especially the hind pair, which are sometimes extra- 
ordinarily dilated. Wing8 short, small ; third vein nearly straight, first 
posterior cell long petiolate, with a stump of a vein projecting into it 
from the third vein, near its middle; last section of fourth vein, and 
the vein closing the discal cell, often with a stump of a vein on the 
inner side. Type of genus if. mutdbUis Linn^, Europe. 

TABLE OF SPECIES. 

I~Slender, elongate species ; antenn» short 2 

Short, thick-set species 3 

I— Third joint of the antennas a little shorter than the first two together ; wings 

distinctly fasciate balioptama 

Third joint a little longer than the first two together, wings indistinctly fas- 
ciate * ooarotatos 

3.- Hind metatarsi not, or bat slightly, incrassate 4 

Hind metatarsi strongly incrassato in the male 5 

l-Posteriorpart of the abdomen bright orange-yeUow pnlcher 

Abdomen without orange-yellow trlctte 

1— Third joint of the antennae longer than the first ftiaolpennls 

Third joint not longer than the first globoaos 

For other species see descriptions. 

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Mlcrodon fuscipennis. (Plate I, figs. 1, la.) 

Ccratophya fuscipennU Macqiiart, Hist. Nat* Dipt.,i, 488,3. 
Microdon Agapenor Walker, List, etc., iii,539. 
Mesophilafuscipennis Walker, List, etc., iv, 1157. 

JTaftifa^.— Virginia, Florida I, ♦ Texas (O. 8.). 

S . Length, 6 to 8°"^. Head ferruginous red, clothed with yellowish 
white pile ; in profile gently gibbose on the lower part of the faee. 
Front broad, the distance from the ocelli to antennae a little less than 
the least distance between the eyes ; ocelli approximate. Antennse red, 
elongate, the first joint considerably shorter than the two following to- 
gether; second joint short 5 third joint a little longer than the first, ob- 
tuse at the tip, brownish on the distal part. Thorax red, the dorsum 
with three broad black stripes, the lateral ones abbreviated in front ; 
clothed with short, light yellow pile. Scutellum large, plane, trapezoi- 
dal in shape, the length of the distal border not as great as the sides ; 
very distinctly emarginate, the pile rather shorter than on the thorax. 
Abdomen short, broad, globose, brownish red, the pile short, light yel- 
low. Legs red, the femora, except the tip, and sometimes a ring on the 
tibisB, and the hind metatarsi, black ; hind metatarsi longer than the re- 
maining joints together, extraordinarily thickened and dilated. Wings 
tinged with blackish, especially in front and along the cross- veins ; the 
sections of veins at outer part of first posterior and discal cells nearly 
straight and rectangular, somewhat deflected inward. 

Three specimens, Virginia (T. Pergande), and Florida (Professor 
Biley). 

The color probably varies more or less from red to brownish red 
throughout. I am not at all certain that this species is Macquart's 
Ceratophyia fuscipennis, as there is a distinct emargination on the 
border of the scutellum, the absence of which very character is that 
upon which the genus Ceratophyia was based. 

ACicrodon globoBUB. (Plate I, fig. 2.) 

Mulio globoaus Fahric'iuH^ Syst. Antl.^ lt^,7. 

Microdon gU>bo8U8 Wiedemann, Anss. Zw. Ins., ii, 86, 11 (translation from Fabri- 

cins); Packard, Guide, etc., ^8, fig. 17; Lintner, 2nd Rep., 116, fig. 24. 
Aphritis y^o&OMM Maoquart, Dipt. Exot., ii, 2, 13, 5 ; tab. i, fig. 4« 
Dimeraapis podagra Newman, £nt. Ma^;., y,373. 

Habitat — Atlantic States !, Michigan (Lintner). 

^ , 9 . Length, 8 to 10"^. Antennae red, somewhat blackish at the 
tip, the first joint a little shorter than the two following together ; 
second joint not half as long as third ; third joint pointed at the tip. 
Face thickly clothed with white pile ; front in the male narrowed near 
Its middle so that the distance from the ocelli ta the antennee is about 
twice the width ; ocelli approximate ; front in female as wide as the 
distance from ocelli to the antennee. The color of the head is red ; in 
profile the face is nearly parallel with the border of the eyes. Eyes 

* Habitats followed by an t are given from specimens examined. 



SYNOPSIS OP NOBTH AMEBICAN SYRPHID^. 5 

bare. Thorax red, with three broad, indistinct, blackish stripes. Sen- 
teilam large, plane, trapez6idal in shape, the three sides nearly equal ; 
wholly withoat spines or tubercles ; pile short, reddish, not longer than 
on the dorsum of the thorax. Abdomen very short and broad, globose, 
brownish-red, the pile very short and whitish. Legs red, the femora 
more oriess blackish ; hind metatarsi longer than the three following 
joints together, very much dilated in the male. Wings brown along 
the front part and along the veins of the posterior part ; veins at the 
ooter part of the first posterior cell and discal cell nearly rectangular, 
not rounded on the posterior angles* 
Numerous specimens. 

Ifiorodon pulohar, n. sp. 

Habitat — Saint Domingo I. 

9 . Length, 12°>°>. Eyes bare. ' Face nearly i>arallel in profile with 
the border of the eyes, shining black with a purple reflection, clothed 
with not very abundant whit6 pile. Antennse black, the first joint not 
quite so long as the two others together, second joint short, not a fourth 
as long as the third ; arista shorter than the joint. Front deep shining 
purplish black, with short black pile. Thorax deep shining black, with 
a purple or violet reflection ; pile short, black. Scutellum transverse, 
not half as long as broad, spines small and inconspicuous, remote 
from each other ; pile longer than on the dorsum of the thorax, nearly 
white. The color of scutellum and the abdomen bright purple ; third 
segment of the latter on the sides rather narrowly, fourth segment 
broadly, fifth segment wholly, orange yellow, and clothed with the 
same colored pile; elsewhere the abdomen is clothed only with short 
black pile. Legs black, the last joint of all the tarsi yellowish red ; all 
the tarsi flattened transversely, the posterior metatarsi only a little 
thicker. Wings dark brown, the interior of outer cells subhyaline ; the 
last section ot the veins at outer part of the first posterior and discal 
cells angulated and with stumps of veins. 

Two specimens, Saint Domingo (O. F. Frazar). 

Xicrodon l>alioptenui. (Plate I, fig. 4.) 

Microdon haliopterue Loew, Centnr., x,56. " 

HaHtat^TexsA (Lw.) !. 

^,9. Belongs among the species with slender body and short 
antennffi ; fuscous bronze, moderately shining ; front, thorax, and scu- 
tellum cupreous shining, abdomen greenish bronze in color, toward the 
sides becoming coppery ; antennse and legs testaceous, third joint of 
the former, and the basal half of the femora nearly wholly black fus- 
cous ; wings hyaline, veins usually broadly clouded with fuscous black. 
Length of body, 8 to 9«*"; of wings, 6 to 7°»™. 

Belated to M. coarctatuSj and ketns; fuscous bronze, moderately shin- 
ing. Front resplendent coppery, clothed with light yellow pile ; face 
and occiput white pubescent. Eyes sub-nude. AntennsB short, saturate 



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reddish ; third joint a little shorter than the first two together, except 
the base, black. Thorax coppery-shining, the purplish stripes of the 
dorsum sub-opaque, pile of the dorsum sub-anreous, of the plenr» white. 
Scutellum coppery shining, and sub-aureous pubescent. Oolor of the 
abdomen bronze- greenish, near the lateral margin in the male more obso- 
letely, in the female more distinctly, coppery, margin of the last segment 
nearly luteous. Abdomen subaureous pubescent, on the sides near the 
base with white pile, near the tip with black pile. Legs saturate testa- 
ceous or fuscous red } basal half of the femora always for the great 
part fuscous black. Tarsi sometimes fuscous. Wings cinereous hya- 
line, transverse veins and the anastomoses broadly clouded with fhs- 
cons black. 

Translation from original, compared with the types in the Museum of 
Comparative Zoology. 

Mlorodon coarotatos. 

Miorodon ooarotatus Loew, Centar., v, 47. 

Habitat — ^District of Columbia (Lw.) I. 

^ , 9 . Slender, steel green, moderately shining, eyes subnude, front 
and face narrow, ocelli remote from the vertex, antennae short, black, 
margin of the second abdominal segment tumid. Length of body 7 to 
gmm^ of wings 6"°». 

Slender, steel green, moderately shining, white pubescent. Front of 
equal width, in the female a little broader than in the male, ocelli re- 
mote from the vertex. AntennsB black, short, third joint a little longer 
than the first two together. Dorsum of thorax bronze green, very lightly 
punctulate and transversely aciculate, with four obscure coppery stripes. 
Scutellum greenish black, the apex emarginate and on each side pro- 
vided with a black tooth. Abdomen in the male cylindrical, obtuse, in 
the female acute ; second segment a little broader than the following, 
•the disk depressed, with the lateral margins somewhat tumid. Wings 
cinereous hyaline, the transverse veins clouded with black, posterior 
angle of the first posterior and discal cells rounded, very shortly ap- 
pendiculate. 

Translation from the original, compared with the two type specimens 
in I he Museum of Comparatiye Zoology. 

Miorodon trlstis. (Plate I, figs. 3, 3a.) 
Mierodon triiUs Loew, CeDtnr., v,45. 
Microdon cothumutum Bigot, Ann. Soo. Ent. Fr., 1883, 3d0 (var.). 

Habitat. — Virginia, New York, and northward as far as the Mac- 
kenzie River (O. S.), Connecticut, Oregon I. 

9 . Black, pallidly pilose, the antennae long and fuscous black, firont 
very broad, scutellum bidentate, abdomen oblong-ovate, the penulti- 
mate segment subequal to the two preceding. Length of body 9™°^, of 
the wings 6"™. 

Head bronze black, clothed with yellowish white pile, front very 
broad, of equal width. Antennse elongate, black-fuscous, first joint 



STirOPSIS OF NORTH UiBSICAN SYHPHID^ 7 

linear, sabeqnid to the thirds testaoeons at base. Thorax bronze Uack, 
obeoletoly capreooB lineato, olothed with ydlowish pile. Soatellam 
ffferaish black, white pilose, rather plane, with the i^ex emarginate 
and armed on eaoh eide witii a minate tooth of the same color. Abdo- 
men oblong-ovate, panctolate, blaok^ the penultimate segment snbeqaal 
to the two preceding together, with tiie base and lateral margins yel- 
low pilose, and with the pile on the disk so arranged that a broadly 
interrupted fascia on the posterior margin of the third segment, two 
large separated spots on the foorth segment, two smaller snbcontigaous 
ones on the fifth segment, clothed with white pile, are apparent. Ven- 
ter yellow pilose, black piceoos, with the posterior margin of each seg- 
ment dilntely yellowish. Legs black piceons, base of femora, knees 
and basal half of hind tibisB dilntely testaceous ; tarsi neither dilated 
nor incrassate. Wings cinereous, clouds of the transverse veins nar- 
rowly blackish, posterior angle of the first posterior and discal cells 
lonnded, not appendiculate. — ^Translation. 

There is a considerable variation among the specimens which I have 
examined, and while, from an examination of the types in the Loew col- 
lection, I do not believe them specifically different, I deem it best to here 
give their descriptions. 

Sj9.' Length, 7 to 10"™. Head metallic, shining green; feoe nearly 
pan^el in profile with the border of the eyes, clothed with yellowish- 
white pile.. Front, in the male, with a distinct transverse groove, in 
width a little less than the distance from the ocelli to the base of the 
antennsB, clothed with light-yellow pile ; in the female the front is of 
the same width as the face, and the transverse depression is less distinct. 
AntennsB black, the first joint reddish at the base, third joint obtuse 
at tip, not as long as the first joint. Dorsum of thorax in the male 
shining brassy green, with an indistinct median stripe; in the female, 
aore greenish blue ; clothed with moderately long and abundant whitish 
pile. Scntellam gently convex, with an acute spine on each posterior 
»igle: pile of the same color as on the dorsum of the thorax, a little 
loDgw and more abundant. Tegnlse white, with white pile on the mar- 
gin. Abdomen more than twice as long as wide, bluish green, moder- 
ately shining, clothed with yellowish-white pile, which forms an indis- 
tinct, interrapted, transverse cross-band on tl^ posterior part of the 
tiurd segment, and two oblique spots on the fourth segment. Legs 
black ; the tibisB clothed with white pile ; posterior metatarsi not quite 
as long as the remaining joints together, but little or not at all dilated. 
Wings only lightly tinged with blackish ; the outer posterior angles of 
tiie first posterior and discal cells strongly convex. 

Yar. rufieruSy new. — ^A single male specimen from Gonnecticut seems 
to show a specific variation from the foregoing, but as one specimen is 
insufficient to decide it, I will here give the differences. The face is 
father more projecting in profile below ; across the front there is some 



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black pile; the tibisB and tarsi are wholly reddish-yeliow; and the hind 
tiblse and metatarsi seem to be more dilated. 

Yar. oothumatus Bigot. — ^Two females and one male from Mount 
Hood, Oregon, agree very closely with the first two specimens, bat the 
third joint of the antenn® is acnte^ the spines of the scatelliim are very 
small, nearly obsolete ; and the tibiad and tarsi are wholly reddish-yel* 
low. 

Miorodon limbos n. sp. 

JSafrteoe.— Florida! 

9 . Length, 9™™. Black, moderately shining. Face and firont broad^ 
parallel. Face clothed on the sides with golden pile, in the middle 
chiefly black. Antennse dark brownish red, first and third joints of 
nearly equal length, the second more than a fourth of the lengdi of the 
third. Front with only a little golden pile, mostly black, short Dor- 
sum of thorax black, with slight coppery reflections, nearly bare. Sou- 
tellum large, with two large, somewhat approximated spines. Abdo- 
men broadly ovate, black, but little shining, the second segment oathe 
sides behind, and the third with a larger oblique spot on each side^ 
white pubescent or pilose. Legs dark red, the immediate base of the 
femora black, very short pilose ; tibise rather stout, and gently convex 
on the outer side, especially the hind pair ; hind metatarsi elongate, 
flattened, not dilated. Wings cinereous-hyaline in the inner part of the 
cells ; all the veins, except the base of the fourth longitudinal, with a 
narrow, very distinct, blackish cloud on each side, those of the last vein 
separated by a subhyaline interval ; outer cross- vein sinuous. 

One specimen, Florida (National Museum, Professol* Riley's collection).^ 

Miorodon, n. sp. 

jBo^itot— Mexico I 

9 . Length, 10°'°'. A single imperfect specimen from the Isthmus of 
Tehuan tepee, in the National Museum, shows such remarkable develop- 
ment of the hind tibise that I mention it here without giving it a name. 
It is yellowish red throughout, the dorsum of the thorax and the meta- 
notum black. The hind tibisB are extraordinarily dilated, crescentrio 
in shape, considerably thickened, and with a dense fringe of black pile;, 
the hind metatarsi are also dilated. The vertex projects strongly. 

ACiorodon paohystylum, n. sp. 

Habitat — Georgia ! 

S . Length, 6™°'. First antennal joint not more than one-half the 
length of the third, reddish yellow ; third joint much elongate, cylin- 
drical, obtuse, more slender in its middle portion, dark brown } arista 
basal, much thickened and very short. Front and face broad, of equal 
width, the margins parallel, clothed with short, light-yellow pile ; face in 
profile most projecting below, brownish red, shining. Dorsum of thorax 
black, shining, broadly reddish on the sides ] pile short, whitish. Sca> 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID^. 9 

tellam brownish red, small^ oval, without spines or tnbercles. Abdo- 
men elong&te oval, nearly bare, finely pnnctulate; second and third 
segments yellow; fourth elongate, black. Legs Inteons yellow, the 
femora chiefly black; hind metatarsi elongate, somewhat thickened, 
scarcely dilated. Wings dark brown, less so behind. Gross- veins much 
inflected, sinaons, but without stumps. 

One specimen, Oeorgia (National Museum, Professor Riley's collec- 
tion). A female specimen from Texas differs in having the abdomen 
broadly oval, and nearly uniformly brown, the anterior segments lute- 
oas In the middle. 

Miorodon fisdoatixs, n. sp. 

Habitat. — Mexico ! 

$ . Length, 5°^°^. Head flattened, vertex projecting, front descend- 
ing. Front and face reddish yellow, shining, nearly bare. Antennad 
elongate, black ; first joint slender, second short, third longer than the 
first two together, thickened, curved falcate. Eyes bare. Thorax yel- 
lowish red, nearly bare; dorsum with three coalescent, black stripes, 
the outer ones abbreviated in front and behind, the middle one behind ; 
scatellum very slightly emarginate behind. Abdomen red or brownish 
red, paler toward the base, very broadly oval, depressed, liearly bare. 
Legs black; hind tarsi scarcely dilated. Wings cinereous hyaline, 
strongly pubescent; the veins stout, nearly black; last section of the 
fourth vein inflected, posterior cross- vein sinuous. 

Four specimens, Isthmus of Tehuantepec (National Museum, Pro- 
fessor Riley^s collection.) 

Microdon aorifez. 

Miorodon aurifex Wiedemann, Anas. Zw. Ins., ii, 65 ; Macqaart, Dipt. Exot., ii, % 

11, 2, tab. ii, fig.2. 
f MicTodon trocihilua Walker, Dipt Saunders., 216. 

Habitat, — Mexico!, Brazil (Wied.). 

i . Length, 10™°». Bright metallic green with violaceous reflections ; 
tip of the abdomen yellow; legs black. Antennse blackish brown, 
first and third joints of nearly equal length. Face rather narrow, mod- 
erately swollen, white pilose. Front with black pile, considerably nar- 
rowed in the middle, where its breadth is less than half the distance 
between antennse and ocelli. Eyes sparsely pilose. Dorsum of thorax 
with moderately abundant erect black pile ; in front and on the sides, 
with sparse, light yellow pile. Scutellum large, trapezoidal, covered 
with light yellow pile ; spines small and remote. Abdomen less viola- 
ceous than the thorax, nearly bare; first segment with yellow pile; sec- 
ond with an anterior opaque black cross- band; hypopygium wholly 
reddish yellow, not shining. Legs black, with a greenish reflection, es- 
pecially on the hind pair ; pile black, rather long, fringed on the outer 
side of the tibise, particularly of the hind pair; hind tarsi considerably 
dilated. Wings nearly uniformly cinereous; posterior cross- vein not 
much inflected, without stump. 



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One specimen, Isthmas of Tehuantepec (National Mnseam, Profee- 
sor Biley'S collection). This species mnst resemble M. aurlUentugj bat 
there are differences from Fabricius's brief description, as 'Wiedemann 
pointed oat, and especially from Maeqnart's, who it may be sopposed 
examined the type in Base's masenm at Paris. It is also evidently 
related to if. inequalia Loew, bat differs especially in the pile of the 
thorax. ' 

ACicrodon scltnliu, n. sp. 

Habitat — Florida ! 

S . Length, 6°^^. Bright metallic green and steel bine. Head hem- 
ispherical. Front and face steel bine, narrow, the former lightly emar- 
ginate on the sides, with short black pile, the least width less than the 
distance from anterior ocellns to base of antennsB; face bat little project- 
ing in profile, thickly white pilose; antennae black; third joint a little 
longer than the first, a little broader on its odter part ; arista slender. 
Eyes bare. Dorsum of thorax with strong steel bine reflections, thinly 
pilose. Scatellnm sabtriangnlar, spines moderately stout, approxi- 
mate. Abdomen brilliant green, uniform, with fainter blue reflections, 
finely punctulate, elongate oval, on the sides with oblique spots and 
on the end white pubescent. Femora, except the tip, metallic green, 
tibisB yellow, tarsi more luteous. Wings nearly uniformly subinfus- 
cated; outer cross- veins rectangular and straight. 

One specimen, Florida (National Museum, Professor Biley's collec- 
tion). This species might be identified as Jf. rufipes Macq. were it not 
for the discrepancies in the pile of the eyes, face, and fix)nt. 

Miorodon marmoratus. 

Miorodon marmoratum Bigot, Ann. Soo. Ent. Fr., 1883, 320. 

Habitat. — California (Bigot). 

3 . Long., 9^°". Obscuri fuscum^ fiavo pallido satis dense tomentasum, 
Antennis fulviSj apiceplus minus infuseatis; fronte et facie fuseis, lateri 
bus obseurd testaceis; abdomine utrinquej lati^ phis minus ful/vo tincto 
pedibus fulvis^ femoribus basi, annulo tibiarumj iarsorum postioarum seg 
mento basilari, nigris; alis oinereiSj apioe obseurioribuSy venis fuseo lim 
batis. 9 . Simillima. Fronte et facie rufis. 

6. D'un brun fonc^, assez dens^ment convert d'un duvet velout^ 
fauve clair, plus abondant sur le thorax ; antennes d'un fisiuve plus ou 
moins fonc6, souvent brun4tres vers leur extr^mit6; face et front bruns; 
thorax rouge4tre sur les c6t6s, 6cusson plus ou moins rouss4tre; cuil- 
lerons et balanciers d'un testae^ p&le ; abdomen souvent un pen rous- 
s&tre sur les cdt^s ; pieds fauves, base des cuisses largement noire, an 
anneau an milieu des tibias, et, base des tarses post^rieurs, de m^me 
couleur ; ailes grises, l^g^rement enfum^es au bord exteme et 4 I'ex- 
tr^mit^, nervures largement bord6es de brun4tre. 9 . Semblable aa 
3 . Face et front rouge4tres. Oalifomie. — i ^,39 . — Bigot, 1. c. 

S . Dark brown, densely clothed with clear fawn-colored velvety 
pile, more abundant on the thorax; antennee more or less dark £awnp 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHTO-E. 11 

colored, often brownush near their extremity; £Ace and front brown; 
thorax red^h on the sides; scntellnm mere or less reddish; tegnlse 
and halteres pale testaceons ; abdomen often somewhat reddish at the 
sides ; legs fewncolored, base of femora largely black, a ring in the 
middle of the tibise, and the base of the hind tarsi, of the same color; 
wings gray, distinctly clonded on the posterior part and at the tip, 
veins largely bordered with brown. $ . Like the male, face and front 
reddish. — Translation. 

Ifiorodon ftilgvna. 

Mierodimfulgena Wiedemann, Ansa. Zw. Ins., ii, 82, 1. 
ApkHHifiUffeHB Maoqaart, Dipt. Exot. ler Snppl., 122. 

Microdon euglo$9oide$ Gray, in Griffith's Animal Kingdom, ii, tab. 125, fig. 2. 
(Walker, List, etc., iii, 538). 

Mdbitat. — Georgia (Wied.), Florida, Guiana (MaCq.). 

Yiridanrens, alis fascanis. 15""», 9 . — Georgia. 

Ftlhler schwarz. IJntergesicht stahlblan, dunn gelblichweiss behaart. 
Mittelleib gningolden, in gewisser Bichtung erscheinen daranf fast kup- 
ferrothe Striemen. Vorfljigeldreieck stahlblan. Stirn zwischen griin 
and stahlblan. Flugel fast rein braun, doch an den dUnnen B&ndern 
nar braanlich; Schtlppchen weiss, mit schwarz gewimpertem Bande. 
Seine griin oder blau. — ^Wiedemann. 

AntennsB black. Face steel bine, thinly yellowish white pilose. 
Thorax green-golden, in certain reflections there appear copper-red 
stripes. Ante-alar callosity (Vorfliigeldreieck) steel bine. Front be- 
tween green and steel blue. Wings nearly pure brown, on the thin 
veins only brownish ; tegulBB white, with a black dliate border. Legs 
green or blue. — ^Translation. 

ICiciodon anmlentos. 

Mulio auruUntuB Fabricins, Syst. Antl., 185, 8. 

Mierodon aurultntu* Wiedemann, Anse. Zw. Ins., ii, 86, 10. 

AphHtis awruUntu$ Macqnart, Dipt. Exot., ii, 2, 12, 4; pi. ii, fig. 1. 

Jla^'toi.^— Carolina (Fabr.). 

Virtdi SBneus, auro tomentosus. Twice as large as M. globosus. An- 
tennae black. The entire body bronze-green, clothed with thick golden 
pile. Legs black. — Translation from Fabricins. 

9. Long. 8™™. Face et front & iK)ils jannes. Antennes noires; 
premier article nn pen plus long que dans les esp^ces europ^enes et au 
moins aatant que les deux autres r^unis. Thorax i, polls jaunes ; 6cus- 
80Q et abdomen k polls d'un fauve dor6 plus ou moins absens; pieds 
noire; jambes & duvet fauve. Balanciers fauves. Ailes brunfttres. De 
la Caroline. Bosc's Museum. — Macqnart. 

Face and flront with yellow pile. Antennae black, first joint a little 
longer than in the European species, and a little shorter than the two 
oQiers together. Thorax with yellow pile ; soutellum and abdomen with 
pile of a golden luteons color more or less wanting; legs black; tibiad 



12 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

with luteous colored pile. Tegulce luteous colored. Wings brownisk — 
Translation. 

Macquart's description was based upon the type specimens of Fabri- 
cius, at Bosc's museam, Paris. 

Microdon rofipeB. 

Apliritis rufipes Macqaart, Dipt. Ezot., ii, 2, 11, 1 ; pi. ii, fig. 3. 
Miorodan rufipes Oaten Sacken, Catalogue, 119. 

Habitat — Philadelphia (Macq.). 

Thorace nigro-viridi, parpnro-lineata. Abdomine nigro-coeroleo, al- 
bido tomentoso. Pedibus testaceis. Long, 6°»™. 

Pace d'nn vert noir&tre, k poils jaun&tres. Front d'un bleu noir^Uxe 
^ poils jaun&tres ; nn sillon transversal. Antennes: premier article 
noir&tre ; les deux antres testec^s. Yeux pen veins. Thorax k quatre 
lignes ponrpres snr nn fond vert m^talliqae noir&tre; ^nsson bleu; 
pointes couvertes de poils blanchd.tres. Abdomen ovale, d'nn blea 
violet fonc6 ; deoxi^me segment k bande transversale de duvet blanch- 
fttre an bord post^rienr, interrompne an milieu et s'^largissant vers les 
c6t6s; troisi^me k bande longitudinale de semblable duvet, ^galement 
interrompne et se r^unissant & I'extr6mit6. Pieds d'un fauve testae^ ; 
base des cUisse noire. Balanciers jaund.tres. Ailes k base et bord ex- 
t^rieurs jaunfttresj toutes les nervures bord^ea de brun&tre; premifere 
cellule post^rieure termin^e en angle et appeudicul6e. — Macquart. 

Face of a blackish green, y^ith yellowish pile. Front blackish blue, 
with yellow pile, with a transverse groove. AnteunsB: first joint black- 
ish; the two others testaceous. Eyes thinly pilose. Thorax with 
four purple lines on the metallic blackish green ground color; scutel- 
lum blue ; points covered with whitish pile. Abdomen oval, of a dark 
violet blue; second segment with a band of whitish pile on the poste- 
rior border, interrupted in the middle and enlarged at the sides ; third 
segment with a longitudinal stripe of similar pile equally interrupted 
and reunited at the extremity. Legs reddish colored, base of femora 
black. Halteres yellowish. Wings at base and exterior front oorder 
yellowish; all the veins bordered with brownish; first posterior cell 
terminating in an angle and appendiculate. — Translation. 

The figure represents the last section of the fourth vein as straight 
and rectangular, the posterior angle a little acute and appendiculate. 

ADDITIONAL NOBTH AMERICAN SPECIES. 

Microdcai Inaeqoalls Loew, Centnr., vii, 70. — Cuba. 
Miorodon laetos Loew, Centnr., v. 46.— Cnba. 

ACicrodon graoillB Bigot, Annales Soo. Ent. de France, 1883, 320. — Mexioo. 
[ ChymopMla Bplendena Macquart, Hist. Nat. Dipt., i, 466, pi. xi, fig. 3 ; Dipt. Exot., 11, 8, 
10, 2, pi. i, fig. 2.— Phila. 

"Mr. Bigot, in whose possession the typical specimen of Macquart's 

lescription now is, makes the following statement about it (Annales 

k)c. Ent. de France, 185S, p. 590) : <The head of this specimen is glued 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID^. 13 

on, and resembles that of Conops, while the body i^ that of an exotic 
Microdon.' We may with safety, therefore, strike out the genus and 
species from among the number of existing forms." Osteu Sacken, 
Bull. Buft". Soc. Nat. Sci., Nov., 1875. 

^^ Since writing the above I have seen the specimen and can only con- 
firm the statement. The body seems to belong to Miorodon aurtfe» 
Wiedemann." Osten-Sacken, Cat Dipt., 243.] 



CHRYSOTOXUM. 

Ckrjfitotoxum Meigen, in Illiger's Magazine, ii, 258, 1803. 

Bather large, thinly pilose, or nearly bare species, black, with bright 
yellow markings on head, thorax, and abdomen. Head as broad or 
scarcely broader than the thorax. Antennse elongate, longer than the 
head, porrect, situated upon an obtuse prominence; first two joints of 
nearly equal length, the third elongated, spindle-shaped, before the mid- 
dle with a thin, small, bare arista. Face broad, descending somewhat 
below the eyes, below the antennae gently excavated in profile, and with 
an obtuse tubercle on lower third. Eyes pilose (in some exotic species 
bare), contiguous in the male. Abdomen more than twice as long as 
the thorax, beyond the middle broader than the thorax, elliptical, 
strongly arched, with thin lateral borders; hypopygium usually con- 
cealed. Legs comparatively weak, hind femora elongate, hind metatarsi 
as long as the remaining joints together. Third longitudinal vein of 
the wings with a distinct curvature into the first posterior cell ; first 
posterior cell closed near the border of the wing ; small cross- vein a lit- 
tle before the middle of the discal cell, a little oblique. 

In addition to these structural characters, the species show a remarka- 
ble resemblance of coloration, which I give here to save repetition. 

Face and cheeks yellow, the former with a black stripe running from 
the base of the antennae to the oral margin, the cheeks also with a 
black stripe from the eye to the month. Antennse black; frontal trian- 
gle with a black spot above the base of the antennae; front in female 
black, with a cross- band near the middle of whitish pollen. Thorax 
black, but little shining; on each side, with a yellow interrupted stripe; 
in the middle with a pair of slender, whitish poUinose stripes, obsolete 
behind. Scutellum yellow, across the disk more or less translucent dark 
colored. Pleurae with one or more yellow spots. Abdomen black, but 
little shining ; second segment with an arcuated, interrupted cross-band ; 
each of the following with an arched, anterior cross-band, and the pos- 
terior border, yellow. Legs yellow, sometimes the femora more or less 
blackish at the base. Wings nearly hyaline, with an anterior brownish 
border. 

This genus has always been more or less of a problem to dipterolo- 
gists. The characters that seem to distinguish the species are harrl to 



14 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

describe. The lengths of the joints of the antennsB offer characters of 
s<^ae valne, bat I feel sure that they are not so reliable as some anthers 
have supposed. In a rather large series of specimens, all i^parentiy 
belonging to the same species, I find a very considerable variation in 
the length of the third joint, as will be seen in iignre 5a, plate I. 

TABLE OF SPECIES. 

1. — ^The lateral margin of the third abdominal segment yellow 2 

The lateral margin not yellow 3 

2. — The black on the fifth abdominal segment is shaped like an inverted V. laterale 

The black has the two posterior branches arenate, and widely separated at the 

tips 3rpfl^on 

3. — ^Arcnate bands of abdomen entire ; the black spot on the fifth segment is elon- 
gated and narrow, with the branches nearly parallel .... integre 

Arcuate bands iuterrnpted 4 

4. — Eastern species 5 

Western species derivatum 

5.— Black spot of the fifth abdominal segment inverted T-shaped . . ▼entrtoosnm 

Black spot, etc.) inverted Y-shaped pabesoans 

ChryBctozum laterale. 

Chrjfsoioxum lateraU Loew, Centnr., v, 42. 

Habitat — ^New York !, Nebraska (Lw.). 

S . Length, 11°'°'. Second joint of antennae a little longer than the 
first ; third joint a little longer than the first two together ; eyes pilose. 
Lateral stripes of the thorax snb-entire; the white vittulae Gonspica- 
ous. Scutellam yellow, the disk black fasciolate. Yellow fasciae of the 
abdomen arcnate, very narrowly interrupted, connected with the yel- 
low border of the lateral margins ; posterior margin of each segment 
yellow; on the ' first ^ segment narrowly, on the third broadly, on the 
fourth strongly dilated, on the fifth produced into an oblong spot, so 
that between this spot and the fascia the black forms an inverted Y. 
Hypopygium yellow. Each of the middle segments of the venter with 
narrow abbreviated yellow fascia on the posterior margin. Legs wholly 
yellow. Wings cinereous hyaline, costa with a narrow fuscous cloud of 
equal width. From 0. derivatum Walker, to which this is nearly re- 
lated, it will be easily distinguished by the thoracic stripes being broader, 
by the margin of the abdomen being yellow, by the picture of the 
venter being different, and by the legs being wholly yellow. — Transla- 
tion. 

A single female from New York (August 25) I identity as this, but the 
first segment of the abdomen does not have a posteriOT yellow margin. 

Chrysotoxum ypBilon, n. sp. 

Habitat — ^New Mexico!. 

$ . Length, 10 to 12°*°^. Large. Third joint of the antenna longer 
than the other two together. Scutellum on its disk dark and translu- 
cent. Arcuate bands of abdomen rather broad, connected with the yel- 



SYNOPSIS OF KORTH AMERICAN STRPHIDiB. 15 

low of the posterior margin behind. Margin ot the abdomen from the 
second segment yellow ; the black spot on the fifth segment is slender, 
forming three arms ; the basal one is short, formed by the intermption 
of the arcnate band; the two posterior are enrved ontwardly, so that 
the distance between the tips is abont the same as the length of eaeh. 
Legs yellow. Wings with a narrow brown border in front. 
Three specimens, New Mexico (O. F. Oanmer), from Mr. Eugene Keen. 

Chryaotozom pubeaoens. 

Cry^Umum pftbmceHB Loew, Wien. £nt. Monatsohr., iv. 84; Ceiitar.,v. 43. 

Habitat. — Illinois (Lw.), New York I. 

8,9. Length, 12.5"^. Seoond joint of the antennse longer than 
the first; the third joint in the female snbeqnal to the two preceding 
togetho'; in the male longer. Eyes pilose. Lateral stripes of the 
thorax intermpted; the median vittahB conspicnoasly whitish pollinose. 
Seotellnm yellow, the disk black. The yellow flEwci» of the abdomen of 
moderate width, arcnate, intermpted, on the posterior angles of the seg- 
meDts connected with the posterior bands ; these hind margins on the pos- 
terior segments are broader than on the anterior segments, on the last 
segment dilated intoa triangnlar spot between which and the fascia the 
black forms an inverted Y. Yc^nter black, posterior margin of the seg- 
ments yellow ; the two intermediate in the male, the last three segments 
in the female, each with two ovate yellow spots. Hypopygiam yellow. 
Legs yellaw. Wings cinereous ; near the costa, lutescent. 

Translation, compared with the types. Specimens agreeing with this 
I have seen from New York. 

Cbxyaotoxtim ventricosmn. 

Chrg90ioxmm ventrioosum Loew, Centnr., y, 44. 

Habitat. — District of Golumbia (Lw.), Canada! 

$ . Eyes pubescent, scutellnm wholly yellow, abdomen globose, with 
faecisB of moderate width, moderately arcaated, narrowly s^arated or 
mibseparated from the lateral margin ; base of the front and middle 
femora, and the hind femora except the cip, black. Length of body, 
10mm . Qf the wings, 10.6°»°>. 

Third Jmnt of the antennse a little longer than the otiier two together. 
Eyes piloee. Lateral stripes of the thorax interrnpted Scatellam 
wh<d]y yellow. Abdomen globose, lasciaB of moderate width, moder- 
iAiely arcnate, narrowly interrupted, osually separated from the lateral 
mstfgins, 2aiA frt>m the posterior margin, sometimes, by the luteons 
spot in the posterior angles, joined with them; posterior margin of 
the first segment with a narrow yellow band, or without it ; postmor 
bsods of t^e remaining segments of moderate width, the last dilated 
into a triangular spot, separated from the fiasoia by a bkick, inverted 
V'^iaped spotb Last three segments of the venter each with a yellow 
fascia on the posterior margin. Legs yellow ; base of the front and 



16 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

middle femora, and the hind femora except the tip, black. Wings 
cinereous, along the costa fascoas. 

0. ventricosum differs from 0. arcuatij to which it is nearly allied, in 
the base of the abdomen being black pilose. — Translation. 

I have seen a specimen from Canada which I believe belongs here. 

Chryaotoztim derlTatum. (Plate I, figs. 5, 5a, 5(, 5o.) 
Chrysotaxum derivaium Walker, List, etc., iii, 542. 
Chrysoloooum villomilum Bigot, Ann. Soc. Ent. de Fr., 1883, 323. 

Habitat — Hudson's Bay Territory, Alaska, Oolorado Mountains (O. 
S.), California, Oregon ! 

$ , d . Length, 10 to 14°^. Second joint of the antennae a half or a 
third as long as the third ; eyes pilose. Pile of thorax black and yel- 
low. Bands of the abdomen rather slender ; first band separated by 
a considerable distance from the border, which is not yellow ; the band 
is usually connected with the posterior angles of the segment by a 
small yellow spot; third segment with the arcuated cross-band of 
nearly equal width throughout, narrowly interrupted in the middle, 
touching, or narrowly separated at the posterior angles from the yellow 
hind margin; the hind cross-band usually reaches quite to the lateral 
margin, usually slender, more or less dilated in the middle; fourth seg- 
ment similar, but the arcuate band broadly connected at the outer 
angles with the broad hind margin; the posterior band is considerably 
widened at the middle, so that between the two bands there is in- 
closed an arched, elongated black stripe ; fifth segment with the yel- 
low inclosing an inverted V-shaped spot. 

In some specimens, both male and female, the pile on the sides of the 
base of the abdomen is in large part black ; the arcuate band of the fourth 
segment is entirely separated from the yellow of the hind margin. Nine 
specimens. 

ChiyBOtoxnm integre, d. sp. 
Habitat. — ^Arizona ! 

$ . Length, 10°^. Third joint of the antennffi longer than the first 
two together. First arcuate band of abdomen narrowly interrupted, 
connected with the yellow of the posterior angles, hind margin of the 
segment narrowly yellow in the middle ; arcuate band of the third seg- 
ment entire, connected with the yellow of the hind margin ; anterior 
angles yellow, posterior marginal band angularly dilated in the mid- 
dle ; fourth segment similar, the arcuate band more convex, the pos- 
terior band more dilated, nearly cutting the black in two ; arcuate band 
of the fifth segment entire, shaped like an inverted U? ^^^ yellow of the 
posterior margin dilated, forming an elongate narrow stripe, between 
which and the arcuate band the slender black forms an elongate in- 
verted U. Legs yellow. Wings narrowly brown along the fix>nt mar- 
gin. 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHIDiE. 17 



ADDITIONAL NOttTH AMERICAN SPECIES. 

I 
Chryaotoxiim nlgrita (Fabr.) Wiedemann, Ansa. Zw. Ins., il, d8, 2.— Jamaica. 

Sifrp^^ nigrita Fabrlcius, Ent. Syst,, iv, 292, 49. 

MiOio wigHta Fabricios, Syst. Antl., 183, 1. 
Chrysotoanun flavifrons Maoqnart, Dipt. Exot., ii, 2, 17, 2 ; tab. iii, fig. 2.— New- 

fonndland. 

It will be impossible to determine this si>ecie8 firom the description 
given by Macqnart. For this reason I consider it merely as a catalogue 
name, tiiat shonld be dropped. 



PARAGUS. 

Paragu^ Latreille, Dictionn. d'Hist. Nat or. D6terville, vol. xxiv ; Hist. Nat. des 
Crust, et Ins., xiv, 359, 1804. 

Small, nearly bare, rather short species, with the abdomen curved 
downward at the tip, of a black or greenish black color, with yellow on 
the face and usually more or less reddish on the abdomen. Head hem- 
ispborical, somewhat flattened, broader than the thorax. Antennse 
about as long as the head, directed forward; lirst and second joints 
sliort, third longer than the first two together, rather slender, arista 
before the middle, bare. Face in profile somewhat projecting below, 
convex, with an obtuse tubercle. Eyes pilose, narrowly contiguous in 
tiie male. Abdomen as wide as the thorax and of nearly equal width 
throughout, gently convex above, twice or more as long as the thorax, 
with a shallow transverse depression on each segment, the distal end 
bent downward. Legs moderately slender, the hind metatarsi much 
thickened, as long as the remaining joints together. Marginal cell of 
wing open; third longitudinal vein straight, anterior cross- vein near 
the base of discal cell, the last section of fourth vein sinuate, terminat- 
ing in the third vein in nearly a right angle, at a considerable distance 
before the tip. 

TABLE OF SPECIES. 

!• — SeuteUnm with a yeUow border; face of male without a black median stnpe; 

front of female narrow abore bioolor 

ScnteUom without a yellow border ; face in both sexes with a black median stripe ; 

front in female of nearly equal width 2 

2. — Abdomen with more or less red on the dorsum 3 

Abdomen whoUy greenish black angostifromi 

d.—Vertieal triangle in male large tibialis 

Tertical triangle not unusually large .... • dimidiatos 

Paxagus angnatifrons. 

Paragus ang^Mtifrans Loew, Centur., iV| 64. 

Habitat. — ^Atlantic States I 

( . Length, S"^. Head shining, somewhat metallic black, front nar- 
row, immaculate, &ce nearly perpendicular, but very little projecting, 



18 BULLETIN 81, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

yellow on the sides. Antenna black, third joint reddish below. Pile 
of the face white, of the firont blackish, of the vertex luteons. Dorsnm 
of thorax clothed with very short, sablotescent pile, in front obsoletely 
cinereous bilineate. Scntellnm of the same color as the thorax, the ex- 
treme apex testaceous. Abdomen wholly greenish black, white pubes- 
cent. Legs yellow and ochraceous varied ; femora, on the basal half of 
the front and middle pairs, and the hind tarsi, except the tip, black ; tip 
of hind tibisB and the hind metatarsi fuscous. Wings hyaline ; stigma 
luteous. — ^Translated from original. 

A single female specimen from Professor Riley agrees almost per- 
fectly with this, except that the dorsal stripes of the thorax are very 
distinct, a character, however, that is very variable in species of this 
genus. I can see no structural differences between this and P. biix^hr. 

ParagUB bicolor. (Plate I, figs. 7, 9.) 

Syrphus hiooJor FabricioSy Entom. Syst., iv, 297, 71, 1794. 

Mulio bicolor Fabrioins, Syst. ADtl., 186, 10. 

ParaguB hioolor Latreille, Gen. Crnst., liv, 359; Meigen, Syst. Besohr., iii, 178^ 

2 (var.); Macqaart, Hist. Nat. Dipt., i, 565, 2 (var.); Zetterstedt, Dipt. 

Scand., ii, 849, 1 (var.) ; Schiner, Verb. Zool. Bot. (Jes., vii, 301 ; id. Facma 

Austr., i, 259. 
Paragus te$iaoeu$ Meigen, Syst. Beschr., iii, 180, 6 (var.). 
Paragus arcwiius Meigen, I.e., iii, 179, 3 (var.). 
Paragus punotulatuB Zetterstedt, Dipt. Scand., ii, 850, 2. 
Paragus tCBniaius Meigen, L o., iii, 179, 4 (var.). 
Paragus ruficauda Zetterstedt, 1. c, 852, 5. 

Eahitat. — North America, Europe I. 

$ 9 . Length, 4 to 6°*°». Byes with a distinct vertical glabrous stripe. 
Face of male wholly pure light sulphury yellow, the oral margin and 
cheeks shining black f^ in the female there is a shining black stripe 
reaching from the antennsd to the oral margin. Antennae blackishf 
the under side of the third joint red. Front of the female narrowed 
above, so that at the vertex it is not more than half as wide as at the 
base of the antennse; shining black, lightly dusted on the sides below; 
frontal triangle yellow, the eyes scarcely touch each other at a pt)int 
midway between the ocelli and base of the antennsd; vertical triangle 
black, light pollinose in front. Thorax black, a little shining, with 
light yellowish pile, in front with two whitish pollinose stripes. Pleune 
silvery white pilose. Scutellum with a whitish yellow border, not 
extending to the anterior angles. Abdomen chiefly red, but variable 
in color; first segment, black; second segment, often wholly blacky 
sometimes more or less red behind, sometimes only black on the sides. 
The black usually extends narrowly along the sides of the third seg- 
ment, sometimes of the fourth and fifth also; rarely the third segment 
has a blackish band. Pile on the sides of the segments in front and on 
the lateral margins, and on the fifth segment, white, elsewhere obscure. 
Legs variable, frequently the basal portion of the front and middle 
femora, and the hind femora except the tip, are black; sometimes^ 



8TN0PSIS OF NOBTH AMERICAN STBPHID^. 19 

also, there is a black ring on the hind tibisB^ and the hind metatarsi 
also black ; often the black is wholly wanting, the legs are then yel- 
lowish red with the tip of the femora and the base of the tibisB light 
yellow. Wings, nearly hyaline; stigma, dilately yellow. 

Ten specimens firom Montana (Professor Comstock) ; one from Gar- 
land, Colo. (Professor Eiley); one from Como, Wyo.j two from Wash- 
ington Territory ; one from Soathem California; and four from Connecti- 
cat The species is very variable. In Europe there has been much 
oonfusion, as will be seen from the list of synonyms, which I have re- 
produced from Schiner. To this author our knowledge of the variations 
is chiefly due, and hence the following translation of his description 
and remarks will be valuable : ^^Abdomen black ; in the middle in greater 
or less extent, yellowish red. When the black is confined to the base 
of the abdomen, the first segment, at least, is always black, or, in the 
middle behind, there may be a small red spot, and the black color does 
not here appear spotted. Ground color metallic black or dark bronze 
green. Dorsum of thorax with two median stripes reaching nearly to 
the middle, sometimes wholly wanting. Antennae brown. Abdomen, 
except the base, wholly yellowish red ( var. testticeus) ; or yellowish red 
with the base and tip black, and on the third and fourth and fifth seg- 
ments with white pilose arcuated spots (var. arauitua and bieolor) ; or 
with these pilose spots wanting (var. taeniatus); or the reddish color is 
confined to tip (var. ruficatida)^ in which case the scutellum is wholly 
black. The legs are yellow with the base of the femora black, some- 
times with a black ring on the hind tibiae, and with darkened meta 
tarsL 

'^A careful examination of my rich material has given me no better 
results than the above. It is difficult to believe that the long, slender 
varieties, four millimeters in length, and the robust specimens, six milli- 
meters in length, should belong to one and the same species, and yet 
we find between these extremes, numerous connecting forms. The color 
has no value, plastic differences are wholly wanting ; specimens occur 
in which differences of neuration exist in the two wings of the same 
individual.* 

''Specimens have been taken in copula of P. bioolar and P. teataoemf 
P. testacetta and P. Ueniatus.^ t 

Paragns ttbialia (Plate I, fig. 8. ) 

Pipiza HbialiB Fallen, Dipt. Saeo. Syrph., 60, 6. 

Paragus hjemorrhoM Meigen, Syst. Besohr., lit, 182, 10. 

ParaguB (Bneus Meigen, 1. o., 183, 11 ; Zetterstedt, Dipt. Soand., ii, 854, 8. 

ParaguB oUowru» Meigen, 1. o., 183, 12. 

Paragus tibialis Meigen, 1. o., 183, 13 ; Zetterstedt, Dipt. Soand., ii, 862»6. 

Paragus femaratus Meigen, 1. c, 184, 14. 

Paragus trianguHferus Zetterstedt, Dipt. Scand., ii, 853, 7. 

Paragus sigillatus Cnrtis, Brit. En t., 593. 

• Fauna Anstr. i, 259. t Verb. Z. B. Ges., vii, 301. 



20 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM, 

Paragus nigritis Gimmerthal. Bull. d. Moscoa, xv, 668. 

PofraguB albipes Gimmerthal, 1. c. 

Paragus dispar Schammel, Arb. n. Yerand. d. Sobles. Ges., 1842, 163. 

Paragua coadunatus Rondani, Nnovi Ann. d. Sc. Nat. di Bologna, 1847, 182»^10. 

ParagM tibialis Schiner, Fauna Austr., i, 257. 

Paragus auricaudatus Bigot, Annales Soc. Ent. Fr., 1884, 540. 

Habitat. — Europe, Nortb America!. 

^ 9 . Length, 3 to 5™". Very variable in size and color in the nu- 
merous varieties, between which there are frequent connecting forms. 
Wholly black or black green (var. ohscurus^ fenioratus, and tibialis)^ 
or black with the tip of the abdomen reddish yellow (var. heemorrhous 
and ceneii8)y or black with reddish yellow triangular spot on the third 
segment (var. triangulatus and sigillatus), or black with the last three 
segments yellowish red, the antepenultimate one, however, wholly or 
partly bla/^k. AntennsB as long as the head, or somewhat shorter, 
at the base usually blackish brown, the third joint of the same color, 
often lighter below, and sometimes on the under side yellowish brown. 
Face on the sides yellow, in the middle broadly shining black, on the 
lower part somewhat projecting, and a small but distinct tubercle above 
the oral margin. Legs light yellow, black on the base of the femora; 
sometimes the black comprises the whole of the hind femora, except the 
tip ; sometimes also the hind tibisB have a black or brown ring, or their 
tip is brown. Scutelldm wholly black. Wings hyaline, slightly grayish 
yellow tinged.— Translation from Schiuer, Fauna Austriaca. 

I have several specimens from l^ew England and California, in which 
I can detect no difference from specimens from Europe. 

Paragus dlmidiatuB. 

Paragus dimidiatus Loew, Centur., iv, 63. 

Habitat, — District of Columbia (Lw.) ! 

^ , 9 . Length, 3 to 4.25°^. Shining black-green ; scutellum withont 
yellow. Face yellow, moderately projecting, with a median stripe in 
both sexes. Legs yellow and ocliraceous ; basal half of femora black. 
Three segments of abdomen in the male ochraceous red. Wings hyaline; 
stigma very dilutely subfuscous. Very similar to P. tibialis^ var. hcem- 
orrhow, but the vertical triangle is less broad, the face less projecting, 
and the pile of the whole body somewhat shorter. Third antennal joint 
sordid reddish below. Abdomen of the female wholly black-green, of 
the male with the first two segments black-green, the following ones 
ochraceous red. As the picture of the abdomen in P. tibialis is very 
variable it is probable that the same variability may be found in this 
species. — ^Translation from original. 

The structural differences given for this species may justify its sepa- 
ration from P. tibialiSy but in the examination of a considerable material 
which I have compared with specimens of this latter from Europe I 
have not been able to satisfy myself of differences sufficient to justify 
specific separation. 



SYNOPSIS OF NOBTH AMGBICAN STBPHID^. 21 



NAUSIGASTER. 

Nau9igaHer WiUiston, Trans. Amer. £nt. Soo., xi, 33, 1885. 

Moderate sized, nearly bare species, black in ground-color, bat thickly 
I>ollinose, with shining, namerons small black pnnctnlate spots. Head 
spheroidal, broader than the thorax. Byes bare, contignoas in the male. 
Front narrowed above, evenly arched to the antennsB, which are sitaated 
a little above the middle of the head in profile. Face narrowed below, 
concave on upper part below the antennse; the tubercle near the middle 
large, obtuse, below it much receding to the oral margin, resembling in 
structure the species of Para^iM, but more concave above the tubercle and 
more receding below it, the tubercle being higher up. Oheeks narrow. 
First and second joints of the antennse extremely short, so that the third 
joint appears sessile, the latter thickened, large, subquadrate, as broad as 
long, the angles rounded, and narrower on the basal portion ; arista small, 
bare, very short, not as long as the third antennal joint, remote from 
the base, situated upon the anterior rounded angle near the end of joint. 
Scntellum small, convex, but thinned along its margin. Abdomen very 
convex above, beyond the middle being in cross-section two- thirds of a 
circle; first segment short; second segment moderately long; third 
segment much shorter than the second in the middle, on the sides about 
as long, the incisure in front forming a deep stricture, less evident be- 
hind ; fourth segment very large, as long as the three preceding together, 
forming half of an ellipsoid, flattened on one side, the strongly convex 
end extending beyond the anal opening, and wholly concealiug the fol- 
lowing segments. The sides of the abdomen are directed downward 
aud inward, inclosing toward the outer part of the venter a deep cavity, 
shallower on the second and third segments; at the posterior part of 
this cavity, and concealed by the posterior rim, is the anal opening look- 
ing obliquely forward; back of the anus on the rim on each side is a 
small obtuse membranous flap or process. Hypopyginm small, wholly 
concealed. Legs as in Paragus — rather short and moderately strong, the 
hind metatarsi thickened. Wings more like those of Syritta than of 
Paragus. The first longitudinal vein joips the costa a little before the tip 
of second vein, and then by a curve at the tip, so that the vein runs 
parallel to the costa for some distance. The anterior cross- vein is near 
the basal third of discal cell, and the third vein beyond is gently bisin- 
oate. The last section of the fourth vein is sinuate like it is in Syritta^ 
bat more deeply so, the vein terminating very near the costa, but form- 
ing nes^'ly a right angle at its juncture. 

Type of genus, N. punctulata Willistop, N. America. 

Hanslgaster ptmctulata. (Plate I, figs. 10, 10a.) 

Kausigaster puuotuUita Williston, Trans. Amer. Ent. Boo., xi, 34; pLii, fig. 15. 
Habitat, — New Mexico, California, Mexico 1 

9 . Length, 12"^. Black, moderately shining, everywhere, except on 
legs and venter, covered with whitish pollen, which, when not rubbed. 



22 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

leaves very numeroas, nearly contifi^aoas circular black spots, more 
abundant on the thorax ; on the dorsum of thorax and abdomen the 
ground color of the moderately shining punctulate black surface may 
be in large part denuded. In the middle of the thoracic dorsum is a 
pair of indistinct, less pollinose stripes. Antennae wholly yellowish 
red ; the cheeks and the lower part of the face obscurely yellowish, in 
the middle of the face below the antenna there is an oval space which 
is evenly pollinose, free from the black dots. Wings hyaline, with two 
conspicuous blackish spots ; the larger one beginning in the subcostal 
cell at tip of auxiliary vein, thence more broadly along the marginal 
cell, the base of the submarginal cell for a third of its length, and less 
distinctly opposite this on the cross- vein and base of first posterior cell ; 
the smaller spot reaching from the tip of the first longitudinal vein 
nearly to the third ; veins black, brown toward the base. Legs yellow- 
ish red; the fh)nt femora on basal half, and the other femora, except 
the tips, black ; the front and hind tarsi brown. 

S . Five male specimens have the dorsal stripes more apparent, there 
being three with two others between them less apparent ; the legs are 
darker, the tarsi blackish ; the wings are hyaline, except a small black- 
ish spot on the stigma reaching across to the liiird vein. 

One female, ]^ew Mexico (Morrison), and five males, California (Co- 
quillett). 

Since writing the above I have received a number of specimens, both 
male and female, from Mr. Coquillett, of California, and I find them all 
agreeing with the males above described. They are all smaller than 
the type specimen, and differ in the wings having only the one spot, 
instead of two, as in the original female. A male specimen in the Na- 
tional Museum, from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, has the abdomen nar- 
rower, with coppery reflections where denuded. Both the legs and the 
spots on the wings are darker than in the type, and the latter are con- 
nected through nearly the whole length of the submarginal oelL 



PIPIZA. 

Pipi2fa FaUen, Dipt. Saeo. Syrph., 58, 1816. 
Heringia Rondani, Dipt. Ital. Prodr., i, 53, 1856. 
Pipizella Rondani, Dipt. Ital. Prodr., ii, 185,1857. 
Cnemodon Egger, Verh.Zool.Botges., xv, 573, 1865. 
Pmium Phillipi, Verb. Zool. Bot, ges., xv, 741, 1865. 

Dark metallic green, or black, small or moderate-sized species, thinly 
pilose and finely punctulate, without yellow or light markings, except on 
legs and sometimes a basal band on the abdomen. Head as broad or 
somewhat broader than the thorax. Antennse not longer than the head, 
the third joint rounded, elliptical or a little elongate, the arista basal, 
bare. Face flattened, receding, transversely arched, without tubercle, 
not, or but slightly projecting below, rounded, clothed with pile, oni- 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID-fi. 23 

formly metallic green or black. Eyes contigaous in the male^ pilose. 
Thorax short, broad. Scatellam with an acnte margin, without taber- 
ales or spines. Abdomen aboat three times as long as the thorax, in its 
middle as broad ; the segments shallowly grooved transversely. Legs 
not very strong, the hind femora sometimes a little thickjdned ; hind me- 
tatarsi often somewhat thickened, always shorter than the remaining 
joints together. Wings rather short and broad; marginal cell open, 
third vein nearly straight, or gently convex, anterior cross- vein before 
the middle of the discal cell, first posterior cell briefly or rather long 
petiolate, the vein at outer part of first posterior and disoal cells often 
bent or angulated. Type of genus, P. noctilucaj Linn6. 

TABLE OP SPECIES. 

L—Abdomen with a basal interrapted yellow fascia 2 

Abdomen nnifoniily black 3 

2.— Wings with a brown spot in the middle foativa 

Wings without a brown spot in the middle femoralis 

3.— Third joint of antennse at least twice as long as wide 4 

Thirdjoint scarcely twice as long as wide, or ronnded 5 

4.— Third Joint of antennse elongate ; hind metatarsi mnch thickened ; last section of 
fonrth vein bent near its middle pnloheUa 

Third joint elliptical, hind metatarsi bnt slightly thickened; last section of 

fonrth vein bent at its antepennltimate third piatioa 

5.— Black pilose nigripiloaa 

Chiefly light pilose 6 

€.~Wing8 with a brownish cloud 7 

Wings without such cloud pistlooides 

7.~Abdomen chiefly light pilose albipiloaa 

Abdomen chiefly black pilose pueUa 

For additional species, north of Mexico, see descriptions. P. pubes- 
«0fw, P. modestaj P. coloorota, P. saUuCj P. nigribarbOj P. frcmdulenta. 

Pipisa pubeacens. 

l^igljfphus pube9cen$ Loew, Ceutur./iy, 61. 

ITaWte*.— Wisconsin (Lw.)I 

i. Black-green, clothed with rather long dilately lutescent pile. 
Hind tibise black pilose; the knees, base of front tibiffi, and the tarsi, 
except the tip and metatarsi of the front and hind pairs* yellowish. 
Length, 4'*^, 

Black-green, shining, wholly clothed with rather long pile. Pile of 
the face white ; of the front near the antennae very dilately latescent ; on 
the angle of the front above, and on the vertex, black. Antennse black, 
rather long, the third joint oblong, below obscurely reddish. Pile of 
the thorax and scatellam latescent. Pile of the abdomen lighter than 
<m the thorax, near the end whitish, on the posterior margins of the 
second and third segments black. Legs greenish-black, pallidly pilose, 
the hind tibisB black pilose above. Knees and base of front and middle 
iSbm dilately latescent ; front tarsi black, with the first joint fascoas 



24 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

except its base, second joint dark luteons, middle tarsi dilutely lateous, 
the third joint subfuscous, the last two joints black, hind tarsi blacky 
llie metatarsi moderately thickened, their tip and the two following 
Joints dilntely luteoas. Tegalaa white. . Halteres light yellowish. Wings 
dnereoos hyaline ; stigma subfhsoons, spnrious vein nearly obsolete, ex- 
cept its node. 

Translation, compared witli the type specimen in the Cambridge Mu- 
seum. 

Piplxa modesta. 

Trigljfphus modestwi Loew, Centor., iv, S2. 

Habitat New York (Lw.) I 

9 . Blackish steel-colored, clothed with short white pile ; hind tibie 
white pilose ; knees, base of tibisB, and the tarsi, except the tip and the 
front and hind metatarsi, light Intescent. Length, 5.5°^. 

Blackish steely, moderately shining, clothed with short white pile y 
with ibur obscure dorsal lines. Front rather broad, shining, with a tri- 
angalar white pollinose spot on tiach side; pile rather long, on the 
lower half and on the vertex white, on the upper half black. Anteun8& 
rather long, black, third joint oblong ovate, below obscarely reddish. 
Dorsum of thorax and scutellum briefly white pilose. Abdomen deli- 
cately punctulate, shining, short white pilose. Legs black, the short 
pile white, hind tibisd white pilose above ) knees, base of hind tibi»^ 
and the basal half of the front and middle pairs, dilutely lutescentf 
first joint of the front tarsi fuscous, tip IntesQent, second joint dilntely 
luteous, remaining joints black ; first two joints of the middle tarsi di- 
lutely lutescent, third subfuscous, last two black; first joint of hind 
tarsi moderately thickened, black, tip luteous, second joint dilntely lu- 
teous, third more obscure, fourth and fifth black. Tegul» white. Hal- 
teres dilutely yellowish. Wings hyaline; stigma subfuscous. 

Translation, compared with the type specimen in the Loew coUeo* 
tion. 

Pipiza oaloarata. 

Pipiza oalcaraia Loew, CentnT., vi, 42. 

Hafntat—lSew York (Lw.) I 

S . Bronze-blacky white pilose, frontal triangle and the £ace wholly 
black pilose; antennse black, below reddish. Legs black, the knees,, 
front tibisB, except a blackish ring, basal half pf the middle tibise, first 
three joints of the front and middle, and second and third of the hind 
tarsi, luteous, hind coxsb with a slender process. Wings cinerescent, ex- 
cept the basal third. licngth of body 6.6"°*; of wings 6°»°». 

Bronze-black, moderately shining, white pilose. Pile of the eyes- 
whitish, in some lights blackish or black. Pile of the frontal triangle 
and of the face wholly black ; antennse black, below reddish, tliird 
joint oblong ; pile of abdomen very short, black, on the lateral margins 
and the usual metallic spots longer, white ; legs black ; front tibiee, ex* 



SYNOPSIS OF NOETH AMERICAN SYflPHIDiE. 25 

oept a blackish ring, basal half and extremo tip of the middle tibite, first 
three joints of front and middle tarsi, and the second and third joints, 
with the tip of the first of the hind tarsi, Inteons ; hind oox^ armed 
with a slender process, dilated and compressed toward the end ; hind 
metatarsi a little incrassate. Wings, except the basal third, cinereous, 
stigma snbfoscons, small cross-vein from the base of the discal cell, and 
the last section of the foorth vein from the margin of the wing, less re- 
mote than in P. nigribarba^ P./emofaliSy etc.— Translation of original. 

Type specimen compared. The singular long, slender process on the 
hind coxse will at once render the species distinguishable. 

Pipiza salax. 

Pipiza salax Loew, Centnr.^ vi, 39. 

Habitat — Pennsylvania (Lw.)! 

S . Black-bronze, white pilose ; ftx>ntal triangle, anterior half of the 
vertical triangle and posterior margin of the eyes black pilose; antennie 
black, below red; legs black, the knees, base of front tibi», the middle 
tibiad, except a fuscous preapical ring, and the basal joints of the front 
tarsi, Inteons. Wings,except the basal third, Inteous cinereous. Length 
6.5«»"» ; of wings 6.5 to 6™°. 

Black-bronze, moderately shining, white pilose; eyes clothed with 
miDute black pile, below with white pile ; frontal triangle, and the ver- 
tical triangle, except the posterior part, black pilose; antennse black, 
below obscurely reddish; third joint oblong ovate; occiput white pilose, 
posterior margin of the eyes black ciliate ; abdomen briefiy black pilose, 
the first segment, the lateral margins of the remaining segments, the 
Qsaal metallic spots, and the posterior part of the fourth segment white 
pilose; hypopygium much longer than in other species; legs black, 
the knees, basal third, or half of the front tibiae, middle tibiae, except a 
very broad preapical ring, first joint of the front tarsi and first two 
joints of the middle tarsi, luleous, second joint of the front tarsi usually 
reddish ; hind metatarsi a little thicker th^n the following joints. Wings 
cinereous, basal third more purely hyaline, stigma subfuscous. 
Type specimen compared. 

Pipiza nlgxibarba. 

Pipiza nigribarha Loew, Centor., yi, 40. 

Habitat— New York (Lw.) I 

S Black-bronze, white pilose; firontal triangle and face black pilose; 
antennae black; legs black, the knees, base of front tibiae, first three 
joints of middle tarsi and the intermediate joints of front and hind tarsi 
Inteous, first joint of hind tarsi strongly incrassate; wings, except the 
basal third, cinereous, the last section of the fourth vein angulated. 
Length of body 7""; of wings 6.6"^. 

Black-bronze, moderately shining, white pilose. Eyes thickly clothed 
with blackish pile ; frontal triangle and the anterior half of the verti- 
cal tnangle black pilose. Antennae black ; third Joint oblong, on the 



26 BULLETIN 81, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

inner side near the base obscarely red. Face black pilose, above (ex- 
cept the sides) ^hite pilose. Occipat briefly white pilose, posterior 
margin of the eyes black ciliate; pile of abdomen black, very short ; on 
first segment, and lateral margins of each segment, except the anterior 
angles and the usual metallic spots, with white and longer pile. Hypo- 
pygium short. Legs black ; the extreme base of the hind tibiae, and 
the basal half of the front pair, luteous ; front tarsi ftiscous, tip of the 
first joint, and second joint, luteous, last two joints fuscous black ; hind 
metatarsi strongly thickened, black, the extreme tip luteous, the two 
following joints luteous, last two with the tip of the preceding black; 
hind tibisB clothed with rather long white pile above. Wings, except 
the basal third, cinerescent ; stigma subfuscous, the last section of the 
fourth vein broken in an angle. — ^Translation, compared with the type 
specimen. 

Pipisa fraudnlenta. 

Pipiza frauduleniaf Loew, Centur., vi, 41. 

Habitat — Illinois (Lw.) I 

S . Black-bronze, with white pile, frontal triangle and the face black 
pilose ; antennsB black. Legs black ; the knees, base of front tibisB, 
first three joints of the middle tarsi and the intermediate joints of the 
other tarsi luteous, hind metatarsi strongly incrassate ; wings, except 
the basal third, cinerescent, last section of the fourth vein bent, not an- 
gulated. Length of body 6.5°^ ; of wings 6°^. 

Very similar to P. nigribarbaj but the antennsB are wholly black, the 
hind tibiae with long black, not white, pile above, and the last section 
of the fourth vein is bent, not broken into an angle. 

Type specimen compared. I doubt the validity of this species. 

Pipiza femoralls. 

Pipiza femoralis Loew Centur., vi, 38. 

flHpiza radioum Rilej, Ist Rep., 121, fig. 66 ; Amer. Ent., i, 83. 

Habitat. — Illinois (Lw.) Pennsylvania I. 

^ . Bronze-black, pallidly pilose, fascia of the second abdominal seg- 
ment narrowly interrupted ; tip of femora, the tibi» and tarsi, luteous, 
the tip of the latter more obscure ; wings cinereous hyaline, stigma dark 
ochraceous. Length 8°*"; of wings 7.6"»™. 

Bronze- black, moderately shining, pallidly pilose. Eyes briefly white 
pilose ; face white pilose. Antenn® rather large, two basal joints red- 
dish ochraceous, third black, near the base obscurely red ; arista black, 
pallid near the base. The luteous fascia of the second abdominal seg- 
ment broad and moderately arcuated, divided by a black line, and 
separated from the lateral margin by a black border. Pile of the abdo- 
men short, pallid, near the base of the abdomen longer and white, be- 
tween the yellow fascia and the posterior margin of the second segment, 
black. Femora, except the luteous tip, bronze-black ; tibice luteous, 
the hind pair near the tip obsoletely annulate with fuscous ; tarsi lute- 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID-fi. 27 

008, penultimate joint of the hind pairs black, of the front pair foscoos, 
terminal joints of the hind pair fhscooSt of the front and middle pairs 
ochraoeoos or sabfosoons. Wings cinereoas hyaline, basal third more 
purely hyaline, stigma ochraceons subfuscoas. 
Two specimens from Pennsylvania (B. L. Keen). 

Pipisa liMtiva. (Platen, fig. 4.) 

PipufafetUfM Meigen, Syst. Besohr., iii, 243, 2; Schiner, Fauna, etc., i, 268. 
Pipiza omata Meigen, Syst. Beschr., iii, 243, 3 (SohiDer). 
Pipiza Imnata Meigen, Syst. Besohr., ill, 243, 4 (Schiner). 
Pipiira arUnU» Meigen, Syst Beschr., iii, 244, 5 (Schiner). 

JTaWfo*.— Bnropel, Canada? (O. 8.) 

^ , 9 . Length, 6 to 10.5»™. Front and face long white pilose, below 
the ocelli and about the base of the antennsB in the female, blackish 
pilose. Antennsd brown, third joint trapezoidal. Thorax white pilose. 
Posterior i)art of the second and third abdominal segments black pilose ; 
second segment with a variable yellow band, ^< sometimes solphor yel- 
low, at other times reddish yellow ; anterior margin concave or straight ; 
sometimes interrapted by a distinct bla3k space, at other times only by 
a dark line." (Schiner). Legs yellow, with black femora; tibiae more or 
less brown in the middle. Wings hyaline on the basal half, externally 
blackish or smoky brown, fading out toward the margin; stigma dark 
luteous. 

I give the description of this species, although it is not known for cer- 
tain that it occurs in this country, it being given in Osten Sacken's 
catalogue, with the remark, '^ or a species allied to it," as occurring in 
Canada. The Buropean species, P. noetiluea^ closely related, has the 
tarsi in large part black. 

P^^isa pttella, n. sp. (Plate II, fig. 3.) 
Habitat. — ^New Hampshire I 

^ . Length, 6"*^. Dark bluish black, clothed with light yellowish- 
white pile. Frontal triangle white pilose on upper portion, black pilose 
below ; fyyoe white pilose, except near the mouth, where it is black pilose. 
ADtennse black ; third joint cordate. Byes blackish pilose, in some 
lights showing luteous ; posterior orbits wholly white ciliate, a little 
blackish pile at the vertex only. Abdomen with short black pile, except 
on the broad anterior angles and lateral margins of each segment. 
Legs blaek ; the immediate tip of front and middle femora, the front 
tibia, except a broad brownish ring, the middle and hind tibise at base 
and tip, and all the tarsi, except the last two joints, yellow. Wings 
nearly hyaline before the cross- veins, with a distinct brownish cloud at 
the cross- veins, fiEMling out beyond and behind ; stigma luteous ; cross- 
veins at cater part of first posterior and discal cells nearly parallel with 
the hind border of the wing, the outer posterior angle of first posterior 
odl widi a stump of a vein. 

One specimen, White Mountains, New Hampshire, August 1. 



28 BULLETIN SI, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Pipiza (Penium) albipilosa, n. sp. 

Habitat. — Pennsylvania I 

9 . Length, 7°^. Antennae black, the third joint more brownish, and 
near the base, especially on the innei> side, reddit^h ; in shape obtasely 
pointed on the lower anterior part, subcordate, only a little longer than 
broad. Head and thorax shining black, with a greenish reflection, 
wholly clothed with nearly white, rather long pite, except just above 
the insertion of the antennae where there is a small quantity of black 
pile. Abdomen shining black, on the posterior part of the second and 
third segments with narrow, more dark appearing cross-bands of short 
black pile ; pile elsewhere light colored, shorter and less abnndant than 
on the thorax. Legs black, wholly with light colored pile ; front and 
middle tibisd, except a brown ring in the middle, and the hind tibiae at 
base and end, and all the tarsi, except the last two or three joints (which 
are brown) Inteons. Hind femora considerably thickened, the hind 
metatarsi only slightly so. Wings hyaline on the basal part, distinctly 
donded with brownish across the middle, becoming less strong toward 
the end and posterior 'part; stigma yellow ; outer anterior angle of the 
first posterior cell acute, briefly petiolate, the cross-veins at outer part 
of the first posterior and discal cells nearly parallel with the posterior 
border of the wing ; posterior angle of first posterior cell obtuse, with a 
stump of a vein. 

Two specimens from Mr. Eugene Keen, collected in Fairmount Park, 
Philadelphia. 

Pipiza nigripiloia, n. sp. 

Habitat. — Pennsylvania I 

$ . Length 5.5°'°'. Deep shining black, with black pile. Pile on tiie 
posterior part of the vertical triangle ; the post-orbital cilia and the 
pile of the eyes more brownish black, in some views brownish. Antenn» 
black, third joint brownish red, subcordate, scarcely twice as long as 
wide. Pile in fpont of dorsum of thorax in some views more brownish. 
Abdomen wholly with short erect black pile, except along the bor- 
ders there may be a few light-colored hairs. Legs black, the tip of the 
femora, the front and middle tibisB, except a brownish ring, and the 
base and tip of hind tibisB, and all the tarsi, except the brownish two 
or three terminal joints, luteous; pile chiefly black, on the under side 
of the hind femora more brownish or obscurely yellowish ; hind meta- 
tarsi only a little thickened. Wings hyaline, first posterior ceU short 
petiolate, the angle acute ] the cross- veins at outer part of the first pos- 
terior and discal cells nearly parallel with the hind border of the wing; 
stigma yellowish. 

One specimen collected by Mr. Eugene Keen, in Fairmount Park^ 
Philadelphia. 



SYKOPSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID^. 29 

Pipiza pistlca, n. sp. 

HabUat. — Gonnecticat ! 

9 . Length, 7.6"™. Antennae black, the third joint yellow along the 
lower side ; in shape oblong, more than twice as long as wide. Face 
wholly white pilose. Front black pilose below and above, across the 
middle white pilose. Eyes whitish pilose, bat variable in dififerent 
reflections, appearing blackish. Pile on the orbits behind white. 
Thorax, as the head and abdomen, shining metallic black, with a light 
greenish reflection, moderately long, white pilose. Abdomen white 
pilose, except on the posterior margins of the second and third seg- 
ments, where it is very briefly black pilose. Legs black, white pilose, 
the tip of all the femora, the rather broad base of the four flront tibi», 
and the immediate base of the hind tibiae, the tip of fonr front tibiae, 
and the basal joints of their tarsi, yellow, the last two joints of the 
fonr front tarsi blackish ; hind metatarsi very distinctly thickened. 
Wings hyaline, the stigma light yellow. 

Two specimens, Jane 10, New Haven. 

Pipiza pisticoidea, n.Bp. 

Habitat — White Monntains ! 

9 . Length, 6"™. A single specimen taken near the base of Mount 
Washington, August 1, resembles P. piitica very much, but seems evir 
dently different. The third joint of the antennsd is orbicular, as broad 
as long; the pile throughout is shorter, on the abdomen scarcely dis- 
cernible ; the size is also distinctly smaller. 

Pipiza (PipizeUa) pulcheUa, d. sp. (Plate II, figs. 1, la, 1 5.) 

Habitat. — Connecticut, Massachusetts! 

9 . Length, 5.5'°". Shining, greenish black, clothed with not very 
abundant nor long, nearly white pile. Front and face wholly white 
pilose, the former with a small triangular spot near each orbit, the lat- 
ter with a narrow orbital margin, white poUinose. Post orbital cilia 
white; the short pile of the eyes dark. Face gently convex near the 
middle. AntennsB elongate, but shorter than the face ; the third joint 
three or four times as long as wide, black, the third joint yellowish on 
the lower basal part. Scutellum with a slender deep groove before its 
margin. Abdomen very short pilose, on the posterior part of the second 
and third segments black, elsewhere nearly white. Legs black, white 
pUose; tip of all the femora, base and immediate tip of anterior tibiae, 
base of hind tibiae, first two joints of anterior, and the middle two of 
hind tarsi, yellow; hind metatarsi considerably thickened. Wings 
grayish hyaline; last section of fourth vein angulated in the middle, 
posterior cross- vein rectangular; stigma luteous. 

Two specimens, Connecticut, Massachusetts. The convexity of the 
&ce is not so strong in one specimen as is figured. 

ADDiriONAX NORTH AMERICAN SPBOIES. 
Pl^iia diylMi Walker, Trans. Ent. 8oo., N. Ser., iy, 156.— Vera Cnu. 



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PSILOTA. 

PiOoia Keigen, SyBt. Beschr., iii, 256, 1822. 

Small, black, rather thickly pilose species. Eyes pilose, eontigaoiis 
in the male. AntenDSd : First two joints short, third thore or less elon- 
gated, arista dorsal, basal, bare. Face pilose, the epistoma produced 
forwards. Abdomen short, broad. Hind femora a little thickened. 
Wings as in Myiolepta; marginal cell open ; anterior cross- vein near 
base of diseal cell ; third vein nearly straight; false vein obsolete. Type 
of genus P. anthracina Meigen, Europe. 

In the type of this genus the face is concave from the antennsB. In 
our single American species the face is convex above and concave be- 
low; the third joint of the antennsB is also more elongate. These dif- 
ferences are, however, not important enough to exclude oar species. 

Pailota bnocata. 

Pipiza huocata Macqnart, Dipt. Exot., ii, 2, 107 ; pi. xviii, ^, 2. 
Pnlota flavidipennU Macquart, Dipt. Exot., 5« Suppl., 97 ; pL y. fig. 5. 

Habitat. — United States!, Carolina (Macq.). 

^ , 9 . Length, 7 to 8°^. Shining, metallic greenish black. Head shin- 
ing black, front and face clothed with white pile. Antennse black- 
ish brown, the second joint deep red or nearly black ; not as long as the 
face. Dorsum of thorax and scutellum in the male clothed with rather 
abundant, erect, somewhat yellowish pile ; in the female shorter, less 
abundant, and more whitish pile ; pleurae with whitish pile. Abdomen 
shining bronze black, in the male with yellowish, in the female more 
whitish, erect pile. Femora, except the tip, black ; tibiee and tarsi yel- 
low, except that the middle portion of the middle and hind tibiae is brown- 
ish or blackish, and the terminal joints of all the tarsi are blackish. 
Wings nearly hyaline; on the outer part, especially in front, with a 
brownish cast. 

Two specimens in the Loew type collection at Cambridge, labeled 
Psilota fiavidipennis, I have no doubt that this species is Pipiza hue* 
cata; that it is Macqnart's Psilota flavidipennia is doubtftd. The de- 
scription of the latter is as tbUows : 

Psilota flavidlpenniB. 

Psilota flavidipennis Maoqaart, Dipt. Exot., 5« SuppL, 97 ; pi. v, fig. 5. 

" Ifigra^ flavido tomentosa, metatarso testaceo. Alia flavidiaJ' 
" Long. 31. (6™™), S . Face k 16ger duvet gris, saillante dans le bas, nn 
pen convexe dans le haut ; ^pistome saillant. Front preeminent. Anten- 
nes noires j premier article un pen aliong^, troisifeine oblong. Yeax 
veins de jaun&tre. Thorax d'un noir luisant, d> polls jann&tres. Ab- 
domen un pen plus 6troit que dans le P. anthraeinaj d'uu noir mat et 



8TK0PSIS OF NORTH AMERICAN STRPHIDiB. 31 

k poils jannt&res; quatri^me segment Inisant. Pieds noirs; base des 
jambes et m^tatarse testaods. Ailes d'nn jaane rouss&tre assez p&le.'' 

'^ Philadelphie. Gette esptee est interm^aire entre les Psilotes et 
les Pipues." 

LEPROMYIA, NOM. NOV. 

Lepi&nm^ Loew (non Bigot), Centnr., v, 38, 1864. 

Smally blacky nearly bare species, the thorax and borders of the ab- 
domen with sparse sqaamnte. Head like that of Ohrysogasterj bat 
withoQt^facial or frontal wrinkles ; antenn» elongate. Abdomen short, 
broad. Anterior cross- vein of the wings near base of discal cell, third 
vein nearly straight, last section of fourth vein sinaate, marginal cell 
open. All the femora moderately thickened and with rows of short 
spines below. Type of genus L. oalopus Loew, West Indies. 

Lepromyla oalopus. 

Xepidomjfia oalopus Loew, Centar., v, 38. 

fioWtoe.— Cuba (Lw.)I 

9. Length, 5>°°'. Black, thinly clothed with whitish tomentum. 
Base of the tibise and the first two joints of the tarsi while; wings spotted 
with black. 

Black, rather bare, somewhat shining. Front plane, a little broader 
below, with a median, subobsolete impressed line, and, on each side, 
with two whitish pollinose spots. Antennae narrow, about equal in 
length to the face ; first two joints reddish, the second one a little 
longer than the first, and fuscous on its upper part> ; third joint elongate, 
black, the base below reddish ; arista basal, bare, fuscous. Thorax with 
the scutellum and pleurae thinly but evenly clothed with minute whitish 
squamulsB. Abdomen plane, the sides and tip with white squamulse, 
wanting on the disk. Legs black, shining, somewhat bluish ; base of 
the tibi» and the first two joints of the tarsi white ; all the femora 
thickened, armed below with a double series of small spines ; tibiae sub- 
davate, the hind pair moderately arcuate. Wings hyaline, spotted with 
black. 

Translation from the original, compared with the type specimen at 
Cambridge. See, also, appendix. 

CHRYSOGASTER. 

Ckry$oga$Ur Meigen, Illiger's Magazine, ii, 274, 1803. 
Ortkaneura Maoqnart, Hist. Nat. Dipt., i, 563, 1834. 
Camptoneura Rondani, Dipt. Ital. Prodr., ii, 1857. 
Or^tUkeura Bigot, Rev. et Magaz. de Zool., 1859. 

Small, metallic green or blue, or black species, wholly without yellow 
markings, except on the legs, distinctly characterized from all other 
genera by the front in the female having transverse lateral wrinkles. 



32 BULLETIN 81, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Head hemispherical, rather large, broader than the thorax. Antennfls 
not longer than the head, varying, sometimes the first two joints very 
short and the third nearly round, frequently with the third joint elon- 
gated, as also the second; arista basal, bare. Face in the sexes nsnally 
different in profile, in the male generally less concave, the epistoma 
less projecting, and sometimes with a distinct, more or less prominent 
convexity near the middle; in the female usually deeply concave and 
the epistoma salient. Eyes in the male contiguous (in some exotic 
species broadly separated). Frontal triangle sometimes swollen and 
with a distinct pit-like depression in the middle. Front in the female 
with lateral, transverse, irregular wrinkles, in the middle usually a slen- 
der longitudinal space, smooth, bounded on each side by a linear groove; 
over the antennaB usually with a transverse arcuate groove, below which 
the space is smooth. Scutellum gently thinned above near its border, 
sharp, sometimes wrinkled on its disk. Abdomen short, oval, flattened, 
the borders, however, rounded, not thinned. Legs moderately strong, 
simple, the hind femora scarcely longer or thicker than the others. 
Marginal cell of wings open, third vein straight, anterior cross- vein con- 
siderably before the middle of the discal cell, rectangular, the last sec- 
tion of the fourth vein frequently more or less bent, always joining the 
third vein considerably before its tip, often bent in so that the tip is less 
remote from the anterior cross- vein than is the posterior angle of the cell 
which it closes; the cross- vein at'outer end of discal cell also joins the 
fourth vein considerably before its angle, the false vein frequently en- 
tirely wanting, never very distinct. 

My reasons for uniting Orthonevra with this genus are explicitly 
enough given by Loew (Stett. Ent. Zeit., 1843). It is true this author 
and Schiner did afterwards make use of Orthoneuray but that the former 
did not have a very clear idea of the genus is sufficiently shown by his 
0. nigripesj described in the male as Ohrysogaster and in the female as 
Orthoneura ustulata. The character these authors used was the manner 
of termination of the fourth vein. 



TABLE OF SPECIES. 

1. — Baae and tip of tibiss, or at least first two Joints of tarsi, yellow or yeUowish red; 
last section of fourth longitudinal vein rectangular; antenniB elongate . 2 

Legs wholly black ; last section of fourth vein curved or bent 5 

2.--The last section of the fourth vein joins the third beyond the tip of second vein, 
rectangular, with a stump of a vein in the middle ; second Joint of antenna 

nearly as long as the third ; eyes with linear markings nitida 

The last section of fourth vein joins the third opposite or before the tip of the sec- 
ond; disk of abdomen opaque 3 

3. — Eyes with linear markings beUula 

Eyes unicolorous 4 

4. — ^Abdomen broadly oval ; wings with brownish clouds pictipennia 

Cross veins of wings not clouded pulcheUa 



I 

SYNOPSIS OP NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHID^. 33 

5.— Third Joint of antenncB nearly rounded 7 

Third Joint elongate, or at least twice as long as wide ; tip of foarth vein less 
remote from anterior cross vein than is the posterior angle of the cell in- 
cluded 6 

€.~Third Joint of antennae elongate stigmata 

Third joint of antennas short nigrovittata 

7.~Front of female lightly rugose lata 

Front of female strongly rugose nigripea 

Cbxyaogaster nigzipes. (Plate 11, figs. 10, 10a.) 

Chry8oga$ter Mgripes Loew, Centur., iv, 60 (male). 
Orth&neura uatulata Loew, Centur., ix, 80 (female). 
t CkrysogoBter Antitheus Walker, List, etc., iii, 572. 

Habitat. — Gonnecticat, IN'ew York, New Jersey, North GaroliDa!. 

9 , ^ . Length, 7 to 8"". Eyes unicolorous. Legs wholly greenish 
black. Wings a little blackish, more nearly hyaline near the base and 
posterior part, more or leas clouded on the outer part, especially in the 
end of the marginal, sub-marginal, and first posterior cells; stigma di- 
lutely brownish ; the last section of the fourth vein very oblique, a lit- 
tle convex outward near the angle, and then more broadly concave, the 
tip joining the third vein in a right angle. First two joints of antennae 
very short, reddish yellow ; the third round or a little oval, reddish 
yellow, the upper border darker. Head wholly shining, except a broad 
white dusted cross-band on the upper part of the face just below the 
antennsB. 

6 . Head metallic bluish green, shining; antennsB very small. Frontal 
triangle very large, swollen, with a longitudinal depression. Face in 
profile gently concave, distinctly tuberculate below the middle, the 
epistoma not at all prominent. Dorsum of thorax opaque black, with 
numerous small, greenish, more shining spots, which on the sides be- 
come confluent, forming stripes. Disk of abdomen deep opaque black, 
the margins shining brassy green, except at the incisures of the second 
and third segments, where the black may extend narrowly to the mar- 
gin. 

9 . Deep bluish green, the head and thorax sometimes a deep cobalt 
blue. Face very concave and prominent below, in profile very dis- 
nmilar to that of the male. Third joint of the antenn» much larger 
than in the male. Front broad and long; on the sides strongly rugose, a 
narrow longitudinal space in the middle smooth. Abdomen shining, but 
less so on the disk, the first segment, the hind margin of the second 
and third segments, and a rather broad, less distinct stripe, reaching 
nearly to the tip of the fourth segment, opaque black. 

Four males and five females. In four of my specimens, both male and 
female, like specimens Loew described, the second and third segments 
of the abdomen are in large part sordid yellowish, and the wings may 
almost wholly lack the blackish clouds. All but one of my specimens 
were taken together from the same bush of Prunus virginianus on June 
26. That they belong together I do not have the slightest doubt. Very 



34 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

similar differences between the sexes occur in 0. viduatur of Enrope; 
The neuration is precisely alike in both sexes; that Loew described 
them under two genera is suflBcient evidence of the valuelessness of the 
characters upon which Orthoneurais based. 

It seems very probable that Walker's Antitheua is this species, yet it 
is not at all certain, and it would be imprudent to substitute the namef 
nor should it be, indeed, were the type to prove this supposition correct. 

ChryBOgaster nigrovittata. (Plate II, figH.ll, 12.) 

OrihoneMranigrovitiata Loew, Zeitschr. f!ir Naturw., 1876, 378. 
Chrysogaster nigravittatu9 WilHstoD, Proo. Am. Phil. Soc., xx, 304. 

HoMtat — Washington Territory, Oalifomia, Colorado!. 

^ , 9 . Length, 5""*. Antennse yellowish red, the first joint and upper 
part of third dark or blackish ; the first two joints short, the third ovaL 
Face bluish greenish black, considerably projecting below 5 on the up- 
per part with delicate transverse strise; a narrow silvery white cross 
band of dust extends between the eyes immediately below the antennse, 
in the middle less distinct. Frontal triangle pitted in the middle, some- 
what swollen, with black pile. Eyes unicolorous, contiguous in tiie 
male for a considerable distance. Front in female rugose on the sides, 
narrowed above, in the middle with a slender smooth longitudinal space. 
Dorsum of thorax finely punctulate, deep green, with four blackish 
stripes, in some reflections a little coppery. Abdomen deep greenish 
sub-opaque, the margins shining metallic. Legs wholly black, with a 
greenish cast. Wings with a slightly blackish tint; stigma dark brown- 
ish; cross vein at outer part of discal cell nearly straight, the last section 
of the fourth vein bent inward near the middle, the anterior end joining 
the third before the tip of the second vein. 

Six specimens from Oalifomia, two from Washington Territory, and 
four from Colorado (H. K. Morrison). 

Chrysogaster stigmata. (Plate n, fig. 8.) 

ChrysogoBter Biigmatus Williston, Proo. Am. Phil. Soc, xx, 303. 
Orthaneura Hnuosa Bigot, Annales Soo. Ent. France, 1884, 556. 

Habitat — California I . 

^ , $ . Length, 6 to 7°^^. Antennee black, about as long as to the tip 
of epistoma, the second joint about one-third as long as the third. Face 
deep shining green, with delicate striee on the upper part, smooth be- 
low, with sparse white pile, and a silvery triangle above near the orbit ^ 
gently convex, the lower part abruptly and moderately produced down- 
wards and forwards. Frontal triangle like the face, only slightly swol- 
len, with a distinct pit in the middle above the antennse; vertical tri- 
angle greenish black, obtuse in front. Front in female broad, with very 
distinct lateral transverse furrows. Dorsum of thorax deep shining 
green, with short whitish pubescence. IScutellum distinctly grooved 
before its tip. Abdomen flat, broadly oval, with delicate white pubes- 
cence; the dorsum black with a greenish cast, the sides broadly, and 



SYNOPSIS OP NORTH AMERICAN SYRPHED^. 35 

tbe hypopygiam, brassy, much sbining; in the single female specimen, 
the brassy color is confined to the sides of the first two segments and 
the anterior angles of the third. Legs shining greenish black. Wings 
with a distinct blackish tinge, stigma brown, outer posterior angle of 
first posterior cell rounded or obtusely angulated, usually with a stump 
of a vein, the tip of fourth vein strongly bent inward. 
Four specimens. 

CluyaogaBter pulcheUa, n. sp. (Plate II, fig. 9.) 

Habitat. — NewJEampshire, Connecticut, Canada! 

^ , 9 . Leugth, 4} to 5"". Antennse yellowish or brownish red, the 
third joint black, except at the base ; second joint less than half the 
length of the third, the whole antenna about as long as the face. Head 
deep metallic greenish black; face with delicate striee on the upper half, 
and a small triangular, silvery spot near the eye on each side above, 
epistoma considerably protuberant ; in the male the face is more nearly 
straight in profile with a short, rather deep concavity on the lower part. 
Frontal triangle not rugose, a little swollen and pitted ; front in female 
narrowed above, strongly rugose on the sides, in the middle with a slen- 
der, longitudinal space, and the lower part, smooth. EyeH uuicolorous. 
Dorsum of thorax strongly metallic, but little shining, greenish brassy, 
delicately roughened, with four coppery, in some reflections purplish, 
stripes. Pleuree brilliant. Abdomen not very broadly oval, opaque 
black on the disk, brilliant metallic on the margins and venter. Legs 
metallic black; extreme tip of femora, base and tip of tibiee, and first 
two joints of the tarsi, reddish yellow. Wings nearly hyaline, faintly 
donded on outer part, stigma brown, last section of fourth vein nearly 
straight, a little oblique, so that the anterior angle of the cell is slightly 
obtuse. 

Sixteen specimens from the White Mountains, N. H. (July 26-30), two 
additional ones from the same regions from Dr. George Dimmock 
(1561-2), and two others from Connecticut, June 20. The third joint 
of the autennsB may be in large part yellowish red, the black confined 
to the upper border and distal part. The last section of the fourth vein 
is asually quite straight, but sometimes slightly sinuate, and in one spec- 
imen with a stump of a vein near the middle on the inner side. 

ChxyBOgaster nitida. (Plate II, figs. 7, 7a.) 

Chrytogagter niUdua Wiedemann, Aass. Zwei. Ins., ii, 116, 1. 
CrypUneura hierofflypMca Bigot, Rev. et Magaz. de Zool., 1869. 
Paragut aeneu$ Walker, List, etc., iii, 545. 
Orihoneura kieroglypkica Loew, Centor., iv, 58, note. 

Ortk&nemra nitida Schiner, Novara Exped. Dipt., 368, 99; Osten Sacken, Cat. 
Dipt., 121. 

Habitat.'-'Sew England, Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Oarolina, 
Kansas!, South America (Schiner). 

I?, 9. Length, 4 to 5°^. Head brassy metallic black. Antennae longer 
than the face, first and second joints yellowish red or brownish, the 



36 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

third black, only a little longer than the second. Face rugose ; concave 
on the lower part, the epistoma but slightly produced ; a small silvery 
spot on each side near the eye above. Front in tieraale narrow above, 
strongly transversely rugose, with a median furrowed longitudinal line. 
Frontal triangle rugose. Eyes with a median straight horizontal line 
and two vertical labyrinthine brown lines. Dorsum of thorax metallic 
green, finely roughened, with four longitudinal stripes of a coppery or 
metallic purple color, in some reflections brown, the outer ones more or 
less di vided into two nearly contiguous ones. Scutellum more distinctly 
roughened, or lightly rugose, grooved before the apex. Abdomen deep 
metallic green, roughened, and only a little shining on the disk, but dis- 
tinctly so on the margin and tip. Second and third segments with more 
or less distinct cross bands of a more opaque color in front and behind. 
Legs metallic black ; knees and base of tibise and their tip, and first 
two joints of tarsi, reddish yellow. Wings nearly hyaline, with slender 
blackish spots on the outer cells ; stigma dilutely brownish ; a narrow 
brown cloud from tip of second vein reaching across the submarginid 
cell ; cross veins narrowly clouded with brown ; veins at outer part of 
discal and first posterior cells rectangular, nearly straight, slightly an. 
gulated in the middle, and with a stump of a vein on the inner sides; 
the fourth vein terminates distinctly beyond the tip of the second. 
Numerous specimens. 

Chrysogaster bellula. (Plate II, figs. 6, 6a.) 

Chry8oga%Ur h§llulu8 Williston, Trans. Amer. Pbil. Soc., xx, 304. 

Habitat — California, Washington Territory, Colorado !. 

^ , $ . Length, 4.5 to 6°»™. Antennae reddish or reddish brown, about 
as long as the face, second joint shorter than the third. Face deep 
gieeu, lightly rugose, white pilose, a small triangular white silvery spot 
near each orbit just below the antennae; epistoma moderately pro- 
duced downwards. Frontal Iriangle not swollen, rugose; front (5) 
with well marked lateral rugosities ; eyes with irregular narrow brown 
markings. Thorax and scutellum bright green, scabrous, with four 
coppery stripes. Abdomen oval, a little darker green, sometimes with 
a bluish cast, opaque, shining on the borders, lightly punctulate, on 
the posterior part of each segment sometimes coppery. Legs black- 
ish green, base and tip of the tibiae usually narrowly, and the basal 
joints of the tarsi, yellowish red. Wings nearly hyaline, lightly clouded 
in the outer cells, stigma brownish, the cross-veins scarcely clouded ; 
last section of the fourth vein usually straight, rectangular, joining the 
third nearly opposite the tip of the second vein, clouded with brown, 
the cloud either extending across to the tip of the second vein or more 
or less interrupted in front of the third. 

Twelve specimens, Colorado (Professor Oomstock), Califomia, Wash- 
ington Territory. 



SYKOP8IS OP NORTH AMEBICAK SYBPmD^ 37 

Differs from 0. niiida^ which it closely resembles, in the second Joint 
of the antennsB being shorter, the concavity of the face less, and in the 
termination of the fonrth longitudinal vein. 

duysogaster pictipeimiB. 

Orihoneura piotipennU Loew, Centar., iy, 68. 

Hahitat. — Qonnecticati New York, New Jersey ! . 

^ , 9 . Length, 5.5 to 6^°". Head metallic bronze-green. Antenn» 
elongate, black, the first two joints and the base of the third reddish; 
considerably longer than the face, the third joint not three times as 
long as the second. Face finely wrinkled in both sez^s ; the epistoma 
considerably and abruptly projecting ; on each side of the base of the 
antennse near the eye a triangular silvery white spot. Front in fem^e 
broad, markedly rugose, with a slender median furrow. Eyes unicolor- 
ous. Dorsum of the thorax moderately shining, finely punctulate, with 
four bronze-purple stripes, the lateral ones abbreviated in front, the in- 
termediate ones behind. ScuteUum flattened. Disk of the abdomen 
moderately shining, the margins bronze- green or coppery shining. Legs 
green-black, the base and tip of the tibi» and the first two joints of the 
tarsi reddish yellow. Tegul» white. Halt eresdilutely yellowish. Wings 
ciuereous; the discal and first posterior cells with brownish spots, stigma 
and clouds on the transverse veins fuscous ] the fourth vein terminates 
in the third before the tip of the second, the terminal segment, and the 
rein at outer end of discal cell, straight, with a stump of a vein on the 
inner side. 

Six specimens. 

CbryBogaater lata. 

CkrjftogMter lotus. hoew, Cent or., It, 59. 

Habitat — British North America (Loew), Oregon!. 

9 . Bronze-black, shining, legs wholly of the same color, antenn» of 
moderate size, black, third joint rotund, piceous; sides of the front 
below transversely rugose; wings sublutescent, stigma and veins luteous. 
Length, 7°»™. 

Bronze-black, shining, with sparse, very short whitish pile. Front 
broad, on the sides below transversely rugose. Antennse of moderate 
aze; third joint subrotund, fuscous, arista of the same color. Facial 
tnbercle wanting, epistoma strongly produced. Abdomen broad, shin- 
ing, the posterior margin of the last segment entire. Legs wholly br(Hize- 
black. Halteres and tegulsB Intescent. Wings toward the costa di- 
lotely sublutescent, veins and stigma luteous. (English River, Eenni- 
cot). — Translation. 

A single female specimen from Mount Hood, Oreg., agrees very well 
with this description. The front is only lightly rugose on the sides. 

P. S. — ^An examination of the type at Cambridge assures me that the 
Oregon specimen belongs here. 



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CHILOSIA. 

CheiloHa Meigen, System. Besohr., iii, 296, 1822. 
Cartosyrphus Bigot, Annal. Soo. Ent. de France, 1883, 230. 

Moderately large to rather small speciee, metallic black, or black- 
green, ratber thickly pilose, sometimes almost quite bare. Head hemis- 
pherical, scarcely broader than the thorax. ADtennse short, small^ third 
joint rounded or a little oval, never elongate, with a basal, bare, pubes- 
cent, or plumose arista. Face black or metallic green, rarely some- 
what reddish below, thinly pilose or pollinose, or quite bare; a little 
below the middle with a tubercle, usually thence more sharply concave 
to the slightly projecting oral margin; near the eye, with a more or less 
distinct, parallel, slender groove ; in profile the lower part sometimes 
produced downwards and forwards, at other times nearly perpendicular. 
Eyes pilose or bare, contiguous in the male. Front in female never 
wrinkled, usually with one or more linear depressions ; in the male the 
frontal triangle more or less swollen, with an impressed longitudinal 
line or pit. Scutellum rarely reddish on the border, sometimes along 
its margin witb a row of bristly hairs. Abdomen longer than the 
thorax, elongate oval, never slender; of five or six segments. Legs 
simple, rather weak. Marginal cell of wing open, third vein gently 
convex anteriorly, anterior cross vein towards the base of discal cell ; 
outer anterior angle of first posterior cell always acute. 

In Europe this genus comprises nearly a hundred species, and it is 
not probable that more thau one-third of our species are known. The 
flies are inconspicuous and not very active. The sexes differ much, in 
not a few cases, in the color and length of the pile, in the color and 
size of the third antennal joint, and in the markings of the abdomen, 
which in the male is sometimes velvety opaque on the disk ; moreover, 
in the female the face below, the humeri, and border of the scatellom, 
are sometimes reddish or yellowish. 

TABLE OF SPECIES. 

1. — Eyes pilose 2 

Eyes bare 6 

2.— Wings yeUowish at base ; pile on dorsum of thorax light colored .... 4 

Wings not lighter at the base ; the veins blackish ; pile of dorsum black . 3 

3. — AntennsB black ; eyes densely pilose; face but slightly concave in profile below 

the anteunsD (^) ocddentallB 

Antennse yellow ; eyes thinly pilose ; face considerably concave below the hn- 

tenn»((^) (See Appendix.) hoodienBlB 

4.~-The face extends considerably below the eyes; the distance from antenna to tip 
of tubercle ranch greater than thence to lowest part; above the tubercle 

in profile gently concave ia«iopi^tfiflTmffi 

Face not much produced downward; in profile considerably concave below the 
antenns 5 



SYNOPSIS OF NORTH AMEBIOAN STBPHID^. 39 

^.—Antennae brown ; third Joint small, snbqnadrate ; aristft bare ; facial tubercle 
not prqjecting beyond antennal piooeas ; long pilose .... Baroni 
Antenn» light leddiah-yellow ; third joint rather large, oval; arista finely 
pubescent; facial tubercle strongly projecting; pile of body short. 

petulca 9 

€.— Scutellum with bristles on its margin . 7 

Scutellum without bristles on its margin 11 

7. — Second and third segments of abdomen chiefly opaque black; arista pubescent 

(f letfooporaa ^) palllpeB(^ 

tilatia<^ 

Abdomen, or at least third segment, wholly shining 8 

8.— Arista pubescent ; humeri, scutellum, and lower part of the face with more or 

less reddish or yellowish; abdomen wholly shining " 9 

Arista pilose; body without light markings 10 

9. — ^Pubescence of the arista short ; face pallid below on the sides ; legs luteous, 

femora except the tip, black lenooparea 

Pnbeecenpe of the arista rather long; face with a yellowish spot on each side 

below pallipes? 

tristiB$ 

10.— Legs black lugubria 

Legs in large part yellowish ; color blackish steely blue, wholly shining in the 
female, in the male a sub-interrupted posterior opaque cross-band on the 

second abdominal segment oyaneaoena 

ll.~Second and third segments, at least, of the abdomen in the male chiefly opaque 

black 12 

'Abdomen wholly shining . * 14 

12. — Legs black ; pile of thorax black 13 

Tibiffi and tarsi in large part yellowish; pile of thorax lutescent . oapillata^ 
13.— Fourth segment of abdomen opaque, except the anterior angles ; veins of wings 

black nigripennia 

Fourth segment shining, except a median stripe ; veins of wings in large part 

yellowish . veraipelUa 

14. — Facial tubercle very obtuse, not produced beyond a line fh>m base of antennas 
to the tip of epistoma; the concavities long and shallow . ver8ipelllB9 

Facial tubercle projecting, rounded 15 

15.— Femora almost entirely luteous parva 

Femora black 16 

16.— Veins of wings luteous (f capillaia 9 ) comoaa 

Veins of wings black (f nigripennia $ ). 

(See, also, Appendix.) 

ChUoaia petuloa. n. sp. (Plate II, fig. 15.) 
Habitat. — Washington Territory ! 

9. Length, 9™™. Shining greenish black, the head 8biulng black. 
Face with a band of white pollen below the antennse, extending down- 
wards narrowly along the eyes ; rather deepl^*^ concave below the an- 
tennsB, the tnbercle much more prominent than the antennal process, 
shortly and deeply concave between it and the oral margin, not much 
produced downwards 5 the lower border of the cheeks gently concave. 
Antennae light reddish yellow, the third joint large, oval ; the arista 
black, finely but distinctly pubescent. Front with whitish dust near 
the middle on the sides, pile short Eyes pilose. Dorsum of thorax 
with short whitish pile; on the post-alar callosities, and border of scutel- 
• 



40 BULLETIN 31, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. . 

lum, with fine black bdstles. Abdomen shining dark metckllic greee, 
pile light colored, very short and thin. Legs brownish black ; tip of 
femora, base and tip of four front tibiee, yellow; base and tip of hind 
I'emora, and the fonr fh)nt tarsi, yellowish brown. Wings lightly infhs- 
cate ; stigma light yeljow, veins near the base yellowish. 

One specimen. This species differs from 0. Baroniy to which it ia 
most nearly allied, in the antennae being larger and lighter colored, the 
arista pubescent, the facial tubercle smaller and much less projecting. 
The pile of the front, thorax and abdomen is, moreover, much shorter. 

Chilosia Baronl, n. sp. 

Habitat — California, Washington Territory I 

^ , 9 . Length, 7 to 9°^. Deep shining bl^k, with moderately 
abundant whitish pile. Eyes pilose. • Face on the sides somewhat 
whitish poUinose, but without pile, except laterally between the latent 
groove and the eye ; near the middle a very large and convex tubercle;, 
not extending downward much below the eyes ; cheeks not broad. Aa- 
tennsB small, reddish brown, third joint Qearly square ; arifita bare. 
Frontal triangle somewhat swollen, with an impressed longitudinal 
line.; pile fuscous. Front shining, clothed with abundant whitish pile. 
Thorax, on the post-alar callosities and the border of the scutellum^ with 
black bristly hairs; the pile rather abundant and long. Abdomeo 
everywhere shining, more metallic on the sides ; the pile rather lon|^ 
and abundant on the sides toward the base. Legs black ; tip of femora^ 
and tibiae, except a black ring, yellowish red, the hind tibise sometimes 
with only the base and the tip reddish ; basal joints of the middle tarsi, 
and sometimes of the hind tarsi, yellowish red, the terminal joints black- 
ish. Wings nearly hyaline, in the region of the cross- veins yellowish,, 
faintly blackish toward the outer part; veins at the base, except the 
costa, yellowish. 

One male and three female specimens, Washington Territory and 
California (O. T. Baron). The specimen from Washington Territory ia 
larger, and the third joint of the antennae is reddish yellow. 

ChUoaia laaiophthalma. (Plate III, fig. 2. ) 

CheiloBia lasiophthalmus Williston, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc, xx, 306, 1882. 

Habitat. — Colorado I 

S . Lengtb, 10 to 11""^. Frontal triangle moderately swollen, with 
an impressed longitudinal line, and light yellowish pile. Antenns^ 
brownish red, third joint not large, nearly square; arista bare, black. 
Face deep shining black, with yellowish pubescence, nearly vertical be- 
low the antennal prominence, tuberculate below; considerably produced 
below the eyes ; a well-marked groove begins at the base of the an- 
tennae, runs obliquely outward, to the eye, then curves downward near 
the eye into the cheek. Posterior orbits below broadly dusted with yel- 
low. Eyes thickly reddish yellow pilose. Thorax deep metallic green, 
shining, thickly covered with yellow or reddish yellow pile, on the 



SYNOPSIS OP NORTH AMERICAN STRPHID^. 41 

plenrse bushy. Abdomen rather broadly oval, shining black, with 
abundant pile like that of the thorax. Tegnl® light yello v. Legsblaek, 
with yeUov pile; femora at the tip, base and tip (tf tibicd, and basal 
joints of middle tarsi, yellow or luteoas ; front and hind tarsi brownish 
with more or less yellowish. Wings sabhyaline with an indistinoi 
brownish spot near the middle ; yeins of the basal i>art yellowish. 
Thirteen specimens, Colorado. 

Chiloaia occidentalis. (Plate III, figs. 1, la.) 

CheiloMa oeddentalU Williston, Proo. Am. PhU. Soo., zx, 305. 

Habitat — California I 

6 . Length, 11°>°*. Eyes thickly pilose; frontal triangle black, with 
black pile, somewhat swollen and with a central depression. Anten- 
D» black, third joint somewhat brownish, near|y orbicular, small; 
arista with scarcely perceptible pubescence. Face shining black ; on 
the sides with rather long, sparse, light-colored pile ; slightly concave 
from base of antennsB to tip of tubercle, shortly and deeply concave 
below the latter; a well-marked groove on the side parallel to the 
eye, running obliquely to the base of the antennsB. Thorax deep 
green- black, with blackish pile mixed with shorter lutescent. Scutel- 
Inm on its boitler with a row of longer hairs. Abdomen oval, not at 
all slender, shining metallic green on the sides and fourth segment; 
the first three segments mostly opaque black; pile reddish yellow, 
rather long and abundant on the sides of the segments, nearly bare 
in the middle. Legs black, with yellowish and black pile ; tibi» red- 
dish at base and tip. Wings with a slight blackish tint^ the veins 
black. 

One specimen, California. 

ChilooU pallipes. (Plate m, fig. 5.) 

Ckilo§ia palUpes Loew, Centnr., It, 70. 
f CkUoHa trUtU Loew, ibid., 71. 

Habitat — White Mountains, Washington Territory, Oregon!, Call- 
fornia, District of Columbia (O. S.). 

9. Length, 7 to 8™». Shining metallic obscurely green. Front moder- 
ately broad, shining, lightly pollinose on the sides below, with a slight 
concavity in the middle above the base .of the antennse; pile yellow. 
Antennas ferruginous red, third joint rather small, rounded-ovate; arista 
black, rather thickly and long pubescent. Face whitish pollinose across 
below base of the autenn» ; shining black, except on each side below, 
there is a yellowish spot, sometimes smaller, at other times large and 
extending from the eye to the oral margin. In profile the face is deeply 
concave below the autennee, and th6 tubercle large and obtuse. Eyes 
bare. Humeri light yellow ; pile of thoracic dorsum very short j yellow. 
Scatellum at the tip, or most usually nearly wholly, browqish yellow, 
the base black ; pile yellow, and with six black bristles on its border. 
Abdomen wholly shining, not very oval; pile very short, on the disk ob- 



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scure, on the sides longer, whitish. Legs yellow ; hind femora, except 
basal third and tip, a ring on the outer part of hind tibi», and the hind 
tarsi, brown or blackish; sometimes the black is of greater extent on 
the hind legs, and there may be brownish rings on the outer part of 
middle femora and tibisB. Wings hyaline. 

i . Pace wholly shining black, except the thin whitish poUen below 
the antenuee and on the sides below the tubercle. Frontal triangle 
small, slightly swollen, lightly fossulate, pile black. Thorax and scu- 
tellum wholly shining black, with only a slight bronze or coppery re- 
flection; pile black, rather long, especially in front; behind, intermixed 
with reddish yellow. Scutellum wholly shining black, pile loug, black. 
with reddish yellow, the latter more conspicuous as a fringe on the un- 
der side of the margin. Abdomen opaque black ; the first segment, large 
spots on the anterior angles of the third, the fourth segment wholly, and 
likewise the hypopygium, shining, metallic greenish black; pile on 
the disk black ; on the sides toward the front, longer, yellow. Legs 
black, tip of all the femora, base and tip of the tibiee, and the extreme 
base and tip of all the tarsal joints, yellowish red. Wings distinctly 
yellowish or brownish in front toward the base. , 

Five males and forty females taken together (Jackson, N. H., July 
25-30,) assure me that they must belong together. The females agree 
precisely with the description of pallipes^ except that they are all larger, 
while the males agree equally well with trisfiSy Xhe female of which 
Loew describes ; and the only differences which it shows from the above 
are that the legs are black, except the knees and base of the tibise, and 
the light-colored humeri are not mentioned. In some of my female 
specimens, however, the front and middle legs are in large part black- 
ish, and in one they are almost wholly black. Two male specimens from 
Washington Territory and Oregon I refer to this, although the pile of 
the dorsum of the thorax is wholly black, and the legs are less black, 
the front and middle tibise having only a black ring, and the first two 
joints of the tarsi yellowish. They are also distinctly larger. 

ChUoAia oyaneacens. (Plate III, figs. 3,4.) 

Chilosia oyanesoenB Loew, Centur., iv, 67 (male). 
f Chiloaia plumata Loew, ibid., 68 (female). 

Habitat. — ^Connecticut, New Hampshire I, Illinois (Loew). 

^ . Length, 5 to 6°*™ ; of wings, 6 to 7°»°». Blackish blue, shining; pile 
of the front and thorax black, of the abdomen light colored. AntennsB 
small, yellowish red, third joint ovate ; arista black, plumose. Face 
wholly black ; except on the moderately projecting tubercle, lightly pol- 
linose. Eyes bare. Frontal triangle small. Margin of the scutellum 
with black bristles; on the under side with whitish pile. Abdomen 
wholly shining. Femora black, at the tip reddish yellow ; anterior and 
middle tibi» reddish yellow, with a black ring ; hind tibise black, the 
base somewhat broadly, the tip narrowly, reddish yellow ; the first two 
pairs of tarsi yellow, their last joint black, hind tarsi black, the third 



SYNOPSIS OF NOKTH AMERICAN STRPHIDJB. ^ 43 

And fourth joints yellowish. Tegulae white; halteres yellowish, their 
heads above black. Wings rather long, dilntely yellowish or subfas- 
eons, more ydlowish toward the base, veins at the base yellowish, on 
the oater part darker; stigma but little darker. 

This description is that of Loew for 0. eyanesoens^ which applies closely 
throughout to specimens from Connecticut and New Hampshire, with 
the important difference that there is, in mine at least, a moderately 
broad, opaque, black cross-band on the second abdominal segment. I 
can hardly think that Loew would have overlooked this character, but 
yet, until specimens are obtained without this band, and differing other- 
wise specifically, I prefer to consider my specimens as belonging to this 
species. With my White Mountain specimens I o