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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION . 
UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 
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A LIST AND INDEX OF THE 
PUBLICATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES 
NATIONAL MUSEUM (1875-1946). 



Compiled in the Editorial Division 
Smithsonian Institution 




[published A3 A PART OF THE OFFICIAL OBSERVANCE OF THE ONE-HUNDREDTH 
ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION] 



UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON : 1947 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Piintin« Office 
Washington 25, D. C. Price $1.00 



IT IS chiefly by the publications of the Institution that its fame is to 
be spread through the world, and the monument most befitting the 
name of Smithson erected to his memory. 

Joseph Henry 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Preface 1 

Annual reports 3 

Bulletins 12 

Contributions from the U. S. National Herbarium 28 

Special bulletins 38 

Proceedings 39 

Circulars 177 

Classified index 179 



A LIST AND INDEX OF THE 

PUBLICATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES 

NATIONAL MUSEUM (1875-1946) 

Compiled in the Editorial Division, Smithsonian 
Institution 



PREFACE 

ONLY once before has there been issued a complete list, with index, of the 
publications of the National Museum. This was entitled "A List of the 
Publications of the United States National Museum (1875-1900)" and was 
published in 1902 as U. S. National Museum Bulletin No. 51. It was com- 
piled by Randolph I. Geare, chief of the Division of Correspondence and 
Documents, and aggregated 168 printed pages. A supplement was issued four 
years later, bringing the list through the year 1906. 

Forty years have thus elapsed, and it is therefore felt that the present 
work is long overdue. Inasmuch as publication (i.e., the "diffusion of knowl- 
edge") is one of the two prime functions of the Smithsonian Institution, 
another complete list is especially appropriate this year (1946) when the 
one-hundredth anniversary of the Institution's founding is being observed. 
Since Bulletin 51 has long been out of print, the present list has been made 
all-inclusive, covering the entire 71 -year span of Museum publication. 

The publications of the National Museum have appeared in five series 
as follows: the Annual Reports, the Bulletins, the Proceedings, the Special 
Bulletins, and the Circulars. The Reports previous to 1905 were large 
volumes containing, in addition to the administrative reports, papers based 
upon the Museum collections and upon its explorations and researches. 
Examples of these are such monumental contributions as Donaldson's mono- 
graph on the George Catlin Indian Gallery, Hornaday's "Extinction of the 
American Bison," Goode's "The Museums of the Future," and Ridgway's 
"The Humming Birds." Since 1905 tlie Reports have been without the sup- 
plemental papers but have continued the lists of all the accessions received 
each year by the Museum. 

The first of the Bulletins was issued in 1875. This series contains 
separate publications of monographic proportions — systematic treatises, faunal 
works, reports of expeditions, catalogs of type specimens and special collections 
— and in all fields of the Museum's scientific work. To date, 193 Bulletins 
have been issued, some of them in several volumes (as Nos. 47, 50, 71, 82, 
100, 104). In this series also are included the Contributions from the United 
States National Herbarium, now in their thirtieth volume, containing papers 
relating to the botanical collections of the Museum. In all, therefore, the 
Bulletin series aggregates nearly 300 separate volumes. 

Of the Proceedings, begun in 1878, 96 volumes have been published, 
comprising a total of 3,204 separate papers. This series, for the most part, 

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2 BULLETIN 193. UNHED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

contains technical papers in biology, geology, and anthropology, based on the 
Museum's collections in these fields. Most of them are taxonomic in char- 
acter, since one of the principal tasks of Museum curators is to name and 
arrange in systematic order the specimens and objects under their care. Copies 
of each paper, in pamphlet form, are distributed as published to libraries and 
scientific organizations and to specialists and others interested in the different 
subjects. The dates at which these separate papers are published are recorded 
in the table of contents of each of the completed volumes. 

No Circular has been issued since 1929, and the quarto series of Special 
Bulletins stopped with the final part of No. 4 in 1915. 

There have been three editors of the National Museum publications: 
A. Howard Clark, who served from 1879 to 1896; Marcus Benjamin, from 
1896 to 1931; and Paul H. Oehser, the present editor, who succeeded Dr. 
Benjamin in 1931. 

The original distribution of all Museum publications is designed to 
make them as widely available as possible, in view of the relatively small 
editions printed. They are sent free to libraries and scientific establishments 
throughout the world, to specialists in the particular fields of science involved, 
and to others interested who may request copies. Small editions of the Bul- 
letins and Reports are printed for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, 
United States Government Printing Office. Only the most recent publica- 
tions are now available, the earlier numbers (except in rare instances) being 
long out of print. Information as to the availability of any particular number 
may be obtained by addressing the Division of Publications, Smithsonian 
Institution, Washington 25, D. C. 

The present list and index have been compiled in the Editorial Division 
of the Smithsonian Institution, \inder the direction of Webster P. True, chief, 
and Paul H. Oehser, assistant chief. The classified index of titles is the work 
of Miss Gladys O. Visel, editorial clerk; while Mrs. Phyllis W. Prescott 
and Miss Ruth B. MacManus have aided in assembling the list. Lester 
E. Commerford, chief of the Division of Publications, has been most helpful 
in supplying dates and other information. 

Scientific bibliographies and indexes rarely need apology, since they are 
the acknowledged indispensable tools of scientists, teachers, students, libra- 
rians, and editors. The present list is no exception, the only regret being that 
it was not found practicable at this time to list under one cover all the publica- 
tions of the Smithsonian Institution. Such a comprehensive list would include 
the publications of the Smithsonian proper, the Bureau of American Ethnol- 
ogy, the Astrophysical Observatory, the Freer Gallery of Art, and the 
National Collection of Fine Arts, as well as those of the National Museum. 
In lieu of that, the present work is offered, and those who are familiar with 
matters of scientific literature will know that it represents a notable achieve- 
ment in the "diffusion of know^ledge among men" and one of w^iich James 
Smithson, founder of the Smithsonian Institution, would have been truly proud. 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

Report of the Assistant Director of the United States National Museum, G. Brown 

Goode, for the year 1881.* From the Smithsonian Report for 1881. Pp. 1-79. 
Report of the Assistant Director of the United States National Museum, G. Brown 

Goode, for the year 1882. From the Smithsonian Report for 1882. Pp. 1-145. 
Report of the Assistant Director and of the curators of the United States Nationil 

Museum for the year 1883. From the Smithsonian Report for 1883. Pp. 1-200. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year 1884. (Pt. 2 of the 
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution for the 
year 1884.) 
Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-72. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 73-276. 
Pt. 3. Scientific papers: 

No. 1. Throvving-sticks in the National Museum. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 

279-291, 17 pis. 
No. 2. Basket-work of the North American aborigines. By Otis T. Mason. 

Pp. 291-306, 64 pis. 
No. 3. A study of the Eskimo bows in the U. S. National Museum. By John 

Murdoch. Pp. 307-316, 12 pis. 
No. 4. On a spotted dolphin apparently identical with the Prodelphinus 

doris of Gray. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 317-324, 6 pis. 
No. 5. The Florida muskrat {Neofiber alleni True). By Frederick W. True. 

Pp. 325-330, 3 pis. 
No. 6. On the West Indian seal {Monachus tropicalis Gray). By Frederick 
W. True and F. A. Lucas. Pp. 331-335, 3 pis. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the U. S. National Museum for the year 1884. Pp. 337-381. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions to the U. S. National Museum during 1884. Pp. 383-428. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the half year ending June 30, 1885.' 
(Pt. 2 of the Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution to July 1885.) 
Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-54. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 55-147. 
Pt. 3. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 149-174. 

Pt. 4. List of accessions with descriptive notes and indices. Pp. 175-243. 
Pt. 5. The George Catlin Indian Gallery. By Thomas Donaldson. Pp. i-vii, 
1-939, 142 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1886. (Pt. 
2 of the Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution 
for the year ending June 30, 1886.) 
Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-83. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 87-252. 

Pt. 3. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The meteorite collection in the U. S. National Museum; a catalogue 
of meteorites represented November 1, 1886. By F. W. Clarke. Pp. 
255-265, 1 pi. 



* This was the first report on the operations of the National Museum printed under a separate 
cover. Tiie reports of the Museum for 1881, 1882, and 1883 were first printed in the reports of the 
Institution for those years and were afterward issued in pamphlet form. The Museum Report for 
1884 was the first one to occupy a separate volume of the Smithsonian Report and to be accompanied 
by papers based upon the collections. 

* This volume covers only the first six months of the year 1885, iince it wai decided to iHue 
future reports by fiscal year instead of by calendar year. 



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No, 2. Gem collection of the U. S. National Museum. By George F. Kun*. 

Pp. 267-275. 
No. 3. The collection of building and ornamental stones in the U. S. National 
Museum: A hand-book and catalogue. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 
277-648, 9 pis. 
No. 4. List of specimens of textile fibers and fabrics in the reference 
series of the Section of Textile Industries of the U. S. National 
National Museum, June 30, 1886. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 
649-655. 
No. 5. Preparation of microscopical mounts of vegetable textile fibers. By 

Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 657-658. 
No. 6. How to collect mammal skins for purposes of study and for mount- 
ing. By William T. Hornaday. Pp. 659-670, 9 figi. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 671-699. 

Pt. 5. List of accessions with descriptive notes and indices. Pp. 701-811. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1887. (Ft. 
2 of the Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution 
for the year ending June 30, 1887.) 
Pt 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-62. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 65-158, 2 figs., 1 pi. 
Pt. 3. Papers illustrative of the collections in the U. S. National Museum. 

No. 1. Cradles of the American aborigines. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 161- 

212, 45 figs. 

No. 2. Notes on the artificial deformation of children among savage and 

civilized peoples. [With bibliography.] By J. H. Porter. Pp. 213- 

235. 

No. 3. The human beast of burden. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 237-295, 54 figs. 

No. 4. Ethno-conchology: A study of primitive money. By Robert E. C. 

Stearns. Pp. 297-334, 22 figs., 9 pis. 
No. 5. A preliminary catalogue of the Eskimo collection in the U. S. 
National Museum, arranged geographically and by uses. By T. Dix 
Bolles. Pp. 335-365. 
No. 6. The extermination of the American bison, with a sketch of its dis- 
covery and life history. By William T. Hornaday. Pp. 367-548, 
21 pis., 1 map. 
No. 7. The preservation of museum specimens from insects and the eflfects 
of dampness. By Walter Hough. Pp. 549-558, 4 figs. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the Museum, Pp. 561-594. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions, with descriptive notes. Pp. 597-725. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1888. (Pt. 
2 of the Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution 
for the year ending June 30, 1888.) 
Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-84. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 85-222. 

Pt. 3. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The Coast Indians of southern Alaska and northern British Columbia. 
By Albert P. Niblack, Pp. 225-386, 360 figs, (most of them appear- 
ing on 70 pis., a few in the text), 2 charts. 
No. 2. A catalogue of the Hippisley collection of Chinese porcelains: Witk 
a sketch of the history of ceramic art in China. By Alfred E. 
Hippisley. Pp. 387-491. 

No. 3. The expedition to Funk Island, with observations upon the history 
and anatomy of the great auk. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 493-529, 
3 pis. 



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No. 4. Fire-making apparatus in the U. S, National Museum. By Walter 

Hough. Pp. 531-S87, 60 figa. (some of them appearing on 8 pis.). 

No. 5 The collection of Korean mortuary pottery in the U. S. National 

Museum. By Pierre Louis Jouy. Pp. 589-596, 5 pis., 1 map. 
No. 6. A 8tudy of prehistoric anthropology. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 597- 

671, 43 figs., 20 pis. 
No. 7. Ancient Indian matting — from Petit Anie Island, Louisiana. By 

Thomas Wilson. Pp. 673-675, 1 pi. 
No. 8. Results of an inquiry as to the existence of man in North America 
during the Paleolithic period of the Stone Age. By Thomai Wil- 
son. Pp. 677-702, 14 figs. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 705-734. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions. Pp. 737-819. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1889. 
Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-277. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 281-423, 11 pis. 

Pt. 3. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The museums of the future. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 427-445. 
No. 2. Te Pito Te Henua, or Easter Island. By William J. Thomson. Pp. 

447-552, 20 figs., 49 pis. 
No. 3. Aboriginal skin-dressing; a study based on material in the U. S. 

National Museum. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 553-589, 33 pis. 
No. 4. The puma, or American lion {Felis concolor of Linnaeus). By 

Frederick W. True. Pp. 591-608, 1 pi. 
No. 5. Animals recently extinct or threatened with extermination, as repre- 
sented in the collections of the U. S. National Museum. By Fred- 
eric A. Lucas. Pp. 609-649, 2 figs., 7 maps, 10 pis. 
No. 6. The development of the American rail and track, as illustrated by 
the collection in the U. S. National Museum. By J. Elfreth Wat- 
kins. Pp. 651-708, 115 figs. 
No. 7. Explorations in Newfoundland and Labrador in 1887, made in con- 
nection with the cruise of the U. S. Fish Commission schooner 
Grampus. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 709-728, 1 pi. 
No. 8. On a bronze Buddha in the U. S. National Museum. By Charles De 
Kay. Pp. 729-735, 1 pi. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 739-776. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions. Pp. 779-843. 

Appendix E, Preliminary handbook of the Department of Geology in the 
U. S. National Museum. Pp. 1-50. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1890. 
Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-116. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 119-249. 

Pt. 3. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The humming birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 253-383, 47 figs., 44 

pis. 
No. 2. White-line engraving for relief-printing in the 15th and 16th cen- 
turies. By S. R. Koehler. Pp. 385-394, 3 figs., 4 pis. 
No. 3. The methods of fire-making. By Walter Hough. Pp. 395-409. 11 

figs., 1 pi. 
No. 4. The ulu, or woman's knife, of the Eskimo. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 

411-416, 21 pis. 
No. 5. The ancient pit-dwellers of Yezo. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 417-427, 

4 figs., 8 pis. 
No. 6. The Ainos of Yezo, Japan. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 429-502, 21 
figs,, 37 pis. 



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No. 7. Handbook for the Department of Geology in the U. S. Nationai 
Museum. Part 1. Geognosy: The materials of the earth's cruit. 
By George P. Merrill. Pp. 503-591, 10 figs., 12 pis. 
No. 8. The Catlin Collection of Indian paintings. By Washington Mat- 
thews. Pp. 593-610, 21 pis. 
No. 9. The log of the Savannah. By J. Elfreth Watkins. Pp. 611-639, 6 pis. 
No. 10. Anthropology at the Paris Exposition in 1889. By Thomas Wilson. 
Pp. 641-680, 7 pis. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 683-716. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions. Pp. 719-788. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1891. 

Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-131. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Pp. 135-270, 1 pi. 

Pt. 3. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The genesis of the National Museum. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 

273-380. 
No. 2. Ethnological collections in the U. S. National Museum from Kilima- 

Njaro, East Africa. By W. L, Abbott. Pp. 381-428, 24 figs. 
No. 3. The Bernadou, Allen, and Jouy Korean Collections, in the U. S. 

National Museum. By Walter Hough. Pp. 429-488, 31 pis. 
No. 4. Shinto, or the mythology of the Japanese. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 

489-509. 
No. 5. The ancient burial mounds of Japan. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 

511-523, 31 pis. 
No. 6. Some ancient relics in Japan. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 525-526, 

4 pis. 
No. 7. Prehistoric naval architecture of the North of Europe. By George 

H, Boehmer. Pp. 527-647, 127 figs., 17 pis. 
No. 8. First draft of a system of classification for the World's Columbian 
Exposition. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 649-735. 
Pt. 4. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 739-764. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions. Pp. 767-837. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1892. 

Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-97. 
Pt. 2. Reports of the curators. Fp. 101-217, 3 pis. 

Pt. 3. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 

Museum. 

No. 1. Japanese wood-cutting and wood-cut printing. C( mmunicated by T. 

Tokuno, and edited by S. R. Koehler. Pp. 221-244, 5 figs., 10 pis. 

No. 2. The relation of biology to geological investigation. By Charles A. 

White. Pp. 245-368, 1 pi. 
No. 3. Scientific taxidermy for museums. Based on a study of the United 
States Government Collections. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 369-436, 
83 pis. 
No. 4. The shofar — its use and origin. Pp. 437-450, 4 pis. 
No. 5. The Crump burial cave. (Blount County, Alabama.) By Frank 

Burns. Pp. 451-454, 1 pi. 
No. 6. Minute stone implements from India. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 455- 

460, 2 pis. 
No. 7. Comparative oology of North American birds. By R. W. Shufeldt. 
Pp. 461-493. 
Pt 4. Bibliography of the Museum. Pp. 497-526. 
Pt. 5. List of accessions. Pp. 529-601. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1893. 

Pt. 1. Report upon condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 
Pp. 1-334, 59 pis. 



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Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The poisonous snakes of North America. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 
339-487, 70 figs., 19 pis. 
Chinese games with dice and dominoes. By Stewart Culin. Pp. 

491-537, 33 figs., 12 pis. 
The onyx niaibles: Their origin, composition, and uses, both ancient 

and modern. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 541-585, 18 pis. 
The cowbirds. By Charles Bendire. Pp. 589-624, 3 pis. 
Primitive American armor. By Walter Hough. Pp. 627-651, 5 figs., 

22 pis. 
The weapons and wings of birds. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 655- 

663, 8 figs., 1 pi. 
Notes on the ethnology of Tibet. [Based on collections in the U. S. 
National Museum.] By William Woodville Rockhill. Pp. 669- 
747, 52 pis. 
No. 8. Two Persepolitan casts in the U. S. National Museum. By Cyrus 

Adler. Pp. 751-753, 2 pis. 
No. 9. Museum collections to illustrate religious history and ceremonials. 

By Cyrus Adler. Pp. 757-768. 
No. 10. If public libraries, why not public museums? By Edward S. Morse. 
Pp. 771-780. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1894. 

Ft. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-233. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating the collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. Primitive travel and transportation. By Otis Tufton Mason. Pp. 
237-593, 260 figs., 25 pis. 

No. 2. Mancala: The national game of Africa. By Stewart Culin. Pp. 595- 

607, 15 figs., 5 pis. 
No. 3. The golden patera of Rennes. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 609-617, 

1 fig., 1 pi. 

No. 4. The wooden statue of Baron H Kamon-no-KamI Naosuke, pioneer 
diplomat of Japan, Translated from the Japanese, by H. Satoh. 
Pp. 621-622, 1 pi. 
No. 5. A study of the primitive methods of drilling. By J. D. McGuire. 

Pp. 623-756, 201 figs. 
No. 6. The swastika. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 757-1011, 374 figs., 25 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1895. 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-308. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. The social organization and the secret societies of the KwakiutI 

Indians. By Franz Boas. Pp. 309-738, 215 figs., 51 pis. 
No. 2. The graphic art of the Eskimos. By Walter James Hoffman. Pp. 

739-968, 154 figs., 82 pis. 
No. 3. Notes on the geology and natural history of the Peninsula of Lower 

California. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 969-994, 10 pis. 
No. 4. The mineralogical collections in the U. S. National Museum. By 

Wirt Tassin. Pp. 995-1000, 1 pi. 
No. 5. The tongues of birds. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 1001-1020, 13 figs., 

2 pis. 

No. 6. The Ontonagon copper bowlder in the U. S. National Museum. By 

Charles Moore. Pp. 1021-1030, 2 pis. 
No. 7. Taxidermical methods in the Leyden Museum, Holland, By R. W. 

Shufeldt. Pp. 1031-1037, 6 pis. 



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No. 8. The antiquity of the Red Race in America. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 
1039-1045. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1896. 
Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 

Pp. 1-284, 4 pis. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No, 1. An account of the United States National Museum. By Frederick 

W. True. Pp. 287-324. 
No. 2. Prehistoric art; or, the origin of art as manifested in the works of 
prehistoric man. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 325-664, 325 figs., 74 
pis., frontispiece. 
No. 3. Chess and playing-cards. Catalogue of games and implements for 
divination exhibited by the United States National Museum in 
connection with the Department of Archaeology and Paleontology 
of the University of Pennsylvania at the Cotton States and Inter- 
national Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia, 1895. By Stewart Culin. 
Pp. 665-942, 226 figs., 50 pis. 
No. 4. Biblical antiquities. A description of the exhibit at the Cotton States 
International Exposition, Atlanta, 1895. By Cyrus Adler and I. M. 
Casanowicz. Pp. 943-1023, 46 pis. 
No. 5. The lamp of the Eskimo. By Walter Hough. Pp. 1025-1057, 4 figs., 
24 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the 5'ear ending June 30, 1897. 
Vol. 1. 
Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By Charles D. Walcott. 

Pp. 1-245. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. Recent Foraminifera. A descriptive catalogue of specimens dredged 
by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. By James M. 
Flint. Pp. 249-349, 80 pis. 
No. 2. Pipes and smoking customs of the American aborigines, based on 
material in the U. S. National Museum. By Joseph D. McGuire. 
Pp. 351-645, 239 figs., 4 pis. 
No. 3. Catalogue of the series illustrating the properties of minerals. By 

Wirt Tassin. Pp. 647-688. 
No. 4. Te Pito Te Henua, known as Rapa Nui; commonly called Easter 
Island, South Pacific Ocean. Latitude 27° 10' S., Longitude 109° 
26' W. By George H. Cooke. Pp. 689-723. 
No. 5. The man's knife among the North American Indians. By Otis 

Tufton Mason. Pp. 725-745, 17 figs. 
No. 6. Classification of the mineral collections in the U. 8. National 

Museum. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 747-810. 
No. 7. Arrowpoints, spearheads, and knives of prehistoric times. By Thomas 
Wilson. Pp. 811-988, 201 figs., 65 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1897. Vol. 
2. A memorial of George Brown Goode, together with a selection of his papers 
on museums and on the history of science in America. 
Memorial Meeting. 
Invitation. P. 3. 
Programme. P. 4. 

Introductory remarks. By Gardiner Greene Hubbard. Pp. 5-6. 
Opening address. By Samuel Pierpont Langley. Pp. 7-11. 
Goode as a historian and citizen. By William Lyne Wilson. Pp. 13-16. 
Goode as a naturalist. By Henry Fairfield Osborn. Pp. 17-24. 
Goode's activities in relation to American science. By William Healey Dall. 

Pp. 24-31. 
Resolutions and messages of sympathy. Pp. 33-38. 



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Memoir of George Brown Goode. By Samuel Pierpont Langley. Pp. 39-61. 
Papers by George Brown Goode. Pp. 63-477, 103 pis. 

Museum-history and museums of history. Pp. 63-81. 

The genesis of the United States National Museum. Pp. 83-191. 

The principles of museum administration. Pp. 193-240. 

The museums of the future. Pp. 241-262. 

The origin of the national scientific and educational institutions of the 

United States. Pp. 263-354. 
The beginnings of natural history in America. Pp. 355-406. 
The beginnings of American science: The third century. Pp. 407-466. 
The first national scientific congress (Washington, April, 1844), and its 
connection with the organization of the American Association. Pp. 467-477. 
The published writings of George Brown Goode. By Randolph Iltyd Geare. 
Pp. 481-500, 6 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1898. 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By Charles D. Walcott. 

Pp. 1-149. 
Pt. 2. The crocodilians, lizards, and snakes of North America. By Edward 
Drinker Cope. Pp. 153-1270, 347 figs., 36 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1899. 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By Richard Rathbun. 

Pp. 1-152. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. Guide to the study of the collections in the section of applied geology: 
The nonmetallic minerals. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 155-483, 
12 figs., 30 pis. 
No. 2. A primitive frame for weaving narrow fabrics. By Otis Tufton 

Mason. Pp. 485-510, 19 figs., 9 pis. 
No. 3. An early West Virginia pottery. By Walter Hough. Pp. 511-521, 

18 pis. 
No. 4. Pointed bark canoes of the Kutenai and Amur. By Otis T. Mason. 

Pp. 523-537, 6 figs., 5 pis. 
No. 5. Descriptive catalogue of a collection of objects of Jewish ceremonial 
deposited in the U. S. National Museum by Hadji Ephraim Ben- 
guiat. By Cyrus Adler and I. M. Casanowicz. Pp. 539-561, 36 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1900. 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of the Museum. By Richard Rathbun. 

Pp. 1-152, 9 pis. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. Anthropological studies in California. By William Henry Holmes. 

Pp. 1-187, 50 pis. 
No. 2. Aboriginal American harpoons: A study in ethnic distribution and 

invention. By Otis Tufton Mason. Pp. 189-304, 92 figs., 19 pis. 
No. 3. A sketch of the history of ceramic art in China, with a catalogue of 
the Hippisley Collection of Chinese porcelains. By Alfred E. Hip- 
pisley. Pp. 305-416, 21 pis. 
No. 4. Contributions to the history of musical scales. By Charles Kasson 

Wead. Pp. 417-462, 8 figs., 10 pis. 
No. 5. A collection of Hopi ceremonial pigments. By Walter Hough. Pp. 

465-471. 
No. 6. Descriptive catalogue of the collections of gems in the United States 
National Museum. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 473-670, 26 figs., 9 pis. 

No. 7. Descriptive catalogue of the meteorite collection in the United States 
National Museum, to January 1, 1902. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 671- 
698, 4 pis. 



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Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 190L 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of Museum. By Richard Rathbun. Pp.. 

1-174. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. Report on the exhibit of the United States National Museum at the 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York, 1901. By Frederick 
W. True, William H. Holmes, and George P. Merrill. Pp. 177- 
231, 72 pis. 
No. 2. Flint implements and fossil remains from a sulphur spring at Afton, 
Indian Territory. By William Henry Holmes. Pp. 233-252, 26 pis. 
No. 3. Classification and arrangement of the exhibits of an anthropological 

museum. By William Henry Holmes. Pp. 253-278, 7 figs. 
No. 4. Archeological field work in northeastern Arizona. The Museum- 
Gates Expedition of 1901. By Walter Hough. Pp. 279-358, 101 pis. 
No. 5. Narrative of a visit to Indian tribes of the Purus River, Brazil. By 
Joseph Beal Steere. Pp. 359-393. 15 figs., 9 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1902. 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of Museum. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 

1-168. 

Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. 8. National 

Museum. 

No. 1. Aboriginal American basketry: Studiss in a textile art without 

machinery. By Otis Tufton Mason. Pp. 171-548, 212 figs., 248 pis. 

No. 2. The herpetology of Porto Rico. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 549- 

724, 197 figs., 1 pi. 
No. 3. Wokas, a primitive food of the Klamath Indians. By Frederick Ver- 
non Coville. Pp. 725-739, 13 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1903. 
Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of Museum. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 

1-174. 
Pt. 2. Papers descriptive of Museum Buildings. 

No. 1. The United States National Museum: An account of the buildings 
occupied by the national collections. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 
177-308, 29 pis. 
No. 2. Studies of the museums and kindred institutions of New York City, 
Albany, Buffalo, and Chicago, with notes on some European 
institutions. By A. B. Meyer. Pp. 311-608, 120 figs., 40 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for the year ending June 30, 1904. 

Pt. 1. Report on condition and progress of Museum. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 

1-186. 
Pt. 2. Papers describing and illustrating collections in the U. S. National 
Museum. 
No. 1. Contributions to the history of American gsology. By George P. 

Merrill. Pp. 187-733, 141 figs., 37 pis. 
No. 2. The S. S. Howland collection of Buddhist religious art in the National 

Museum. By Immanuel M. Casanowicz. Pp. 735-744, 17 pis. 
No. 3. Flint implements of the Fayum, Egypt. By Heywood Walter Seton- 
Karr. Pp. 745-751, 12 pis. 
Report of the United States National Museum for 1905 (forming part of the Annual 
Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution). By Richard Rath- 
bun. Pp. 1-132. 
Report of the United States National Museum for 1906 (forming part of the Annual 
Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution). By Richard Rath- 
bun, Pp. 1-120. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1907. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-118. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 
year ending June 30, 1908. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-138. 



ANNUAL REPORTS 11 

Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1909. By Richard Rathbiin. Pp. 1-141. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1910. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-146. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1911. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-147. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

j'ear ending June 30, 1912. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-165. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1913. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-201. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1914. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-252. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1915. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-215. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1916. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-219. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1917. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-184. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1918. By William DeC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-175. 
Report on the progress and cor>dition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1919. By William deC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-211 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1920. By William deC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-210. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1921. Bv William deC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-219. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1922. By WilHarn deC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-210. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1923. By WilHsm deC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-205. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1924. Bv William deC. Ravenel. Pp. 1-205. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1925. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-206. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1926. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-205. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1927. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-221. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1928. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-216. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1929. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-207. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1930. Bv Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-219. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1931. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-223. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1932. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-181. 
Report of the United States National Museum for 1933. (Part 2 of the Report of the 

Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution for the year ended June 30, 1933). 

By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-194. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1934. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-109. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1935. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-121. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United Strtes National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1936. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-115. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1937. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-120. 



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Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1938, By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-121. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1939. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-128. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ending June 30, 1940. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-118. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1941. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-118. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1942. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-118. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1943. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-108. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1944. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-100. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1945. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-112. 
Report on the progress and condition of the United States National Museum for the 

year ended June 30, 1946. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 1-113. 

J,,,, BULLETINS- 

No.' 

1. Check-list of North American Batrachia and Reptilia; with a systematic list of 

the higher groups, and an essay on geographical distribution. Based on the 
specimens contained in the U. S. National Museum. By Edward D. Cope. 
Pp. 1-104. 1875. 

2. Contributions to the natural historj' of Kerguelen Island, made in connection 

with the American [United States] Transit-of-Venus Expedition, 1874-75. 
By J. H. Kidder. I. Ornithology: Edited by Elliott Coues. Pp. i-ix and 1-51. 
1875. 

3. Contributions to the natural history of Kerguelen Island, made in connection 

with the United States Transit-of-Venus Expedition, 1874-75. By J. H. Kid- 
der. IL Pp. 1-122. 1876. 

Oology, etc. By J. H. Kidder and Elliott Coues, pp. 7-20. 
Botany. A. Phaenogamia, Filices, et Lycopodiacea. Revised by A. Gray, 
pp. 21-25. B. Musci. Determined by Thomas P. James, pp. 25-27. 
C. Lichenes. Determined by Edw. Tuckerraan, pp. 27-30. Algae. De- 
termined by W. G. Farlow, pp. 30-31. 
Geology. Determined by F. M. Endlich, pp. 33-38. 
Fish. Identified by Theo. Gill, pp. 41-42. 
Mollusks. By W. H. Dall, pp. 42-48. 
Diptera. Identified by C. R. Osten Sacken, pp. 51-52. 
Pseudo-neuroptera. By H. A. Hagen, pp. 52-57. 
Crustaceans. Described by S. I. Smith, pp. 57-64. 
Annelids and Echinoderms. By A. E. Verrill, pp. 64-77. 
Appendix. Surgeon E. Kershner's collection, pp. 79-83. 

A study of Chionis minor with reference to its structure and 
systematic position. By J. H. Kidder and Elliott Coues, pp. 85-116. 

4. Birds^ of southwestern Mexico. Collected by Francis E. Sumichrast for the 

United States National Museum. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 1-56. 1875. 

5. Catalogue of the fishes of the Bermudas. Based chiefly upon the collections 

of the United States National Museum. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 1-82. 1876. 

6. Classification of the collection to illustrate the animal resources of the United 

States. A list of substances derived from the animal kingdom, with synopsis 
of the useful and injurious animals and a classification of the methods of 
capture and utilization. [International Exhibition, 1876.] By G. Brown 
Goode. Pp. i-xiii and 1-126. 1876. 

7. Contributions to the natural history of the Hawaiian and Fanning Islands and 

Lower California, made in connection with the United States North Pacific 
Surveviae Expedition. 1873-75. By Thomas H. Streets. Pc. 1-172. 1877. 



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I. Index to the names which have been applied to the subdivisions of the clasa 

Brachiopoda excluding the rudistes previous to the year 1877. By W. H. Dall. 
Pp. 1-88. 1877. 

9. Contributions to North American ichthyology. Based primarily on the collec- 

tions of the United States National Museum. I. Review of Rafinesque's 
Memoirs on North American Fishes. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 1-53. 1877. 

10. Contributions to North American ichthj^ology. Based primarily on the collec- 

tions of the United States National Museum. II. A. — Notes on Cottidae, 
Etheostomatidae, Percidae, Centrarchidae, Aphododeridae, Dorysomatidae, 
and Cyprinidae, with revisions of the genera and descriptions of new or little 
known species. B. — Synopsis of the Siluridae of the fresh waters of North 
America. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 1-120, 45 pis. 1877. 

II. Bibliography of the fishes of the Pacific coast of the United States to the end 

of 1879. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 1-73. 1882. 

12. Contributions to North American ichthyology. Based primarily on the collec- 

tions of the United States National Museum. III. A. — On the distribution of 
the fishes of the Alleghany region of South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee, 
with descriptions of new or little known species. By David S. Jordan and 
Alembert W. Brayton. B. — A synopsis of the family Catostomidae. By David 
S. Jordan. Pp. 1-237. 1878. 

13. The flora of St. Croix and the Virgin Islands. By H. F. A. Eggers. Pp. 1-133, 

1879. 

14. Catalogue of the collection to illustrate the animal resources and the fisheries of 

the United States, exhibited at Philadelphia in 1876 by the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution and the United States Fish Commission, and forming a part of the 
United States National Museum. [International Exhibition, 1876.] Prepared 
under the direction of G. Brown Goode. Pp. i-xvi and 1-351. 1879. 

Pt. [1]. Section A. List of animals of North America beneficial or 
injurious to man. Pp. 1-70. 
Section B. Means of pursuit and capture. Pp. 71-167. 
Section C. Methods of preparation. Pp. 168-178. 
Section D. Animal products and their applications. Pp. 179-232. 
Section E. Protection and culture of useful animals. Pp. 233- 
248. 
Pt. [2]. Catalogue of illustrations of the economical invertebrates of the 

American coasts. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 249-271. 
Pt. [3]. Commercial statistics of animal products in the United States: 
A review of a portion of the report of the Chief of the Bureau 
of Statistics for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1877. By G. Brown 
Goode. Pp. 272-300. 

15. Contributions to the natural history of Arctic America, made in connection with 

the Howgate Polar Expedition, 1877-78. By Ludwig Kumlien. Pp. 1-179, 
1879. 

Introduction. By Ludwig Kumlien. Pp. 5-9. 

Ethnology. Fragmentary notes on the Eskimo of Cumberland Sound. By 

Ludwig Kumlien. Pp. 11-46. 
Mammals. Fragmentary notes on the Mammalia of Cumberland Sound. 

By Ludwig Kumlien. Pp. 47-67. 
Birds. By Ludwig Kumlien. Pp. 69-105. 
Fishes collected in Cumberland Gulf and DIsko Bay. By Tarleton H. 

Bean. Pp. 107-138. 
Crustacea. By S. I. Smith. Pp. 139-140. 
Annelides. By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 141-143. 
— Mollusks. List of shells obtained by Mr. Ludwig Kumlien, naturalist to 
the Howgate Expedition, 1877-78, at points in Cumberland Sound, 
Arctic region, west from Baffin's Bay. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 145-146. 
Molluscoids. By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 147-150. 
Radiates. By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 151-153. 

Insects: Diurnal Lepidoptera. By W. H. Edwards. Pp. 155-157. 
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Insects: Hymenoptera, Nocturnal Lepidoptera, Diptera, Coleoptera, Neu- 

roptera, and Arachnida. By S. H. Scudder and others. Pp. 159-161. 

(Hymenoptera, E. T. Cresson; Lepidoptera, A. R. Grote; Diptera, E. 

Burgess; Coleoptera, J. L. LeConte; Neuroptera, H. Hagen; Arachnida, 

J. H. Emerton.) 
Plants. List of the plants collected at points in Cumberland Sound 

between the Sixty-sixth and Sixt>--seventh Parallels of North Latitude 

and on the south shores of Disko Island, Greenland. By Asa Gray. 

Pp. 163-166. 
Lichens. List of lichens collected in the vicinity of Annanactook Harbor, 

Cumberland Sound, at about lat. 67° N., long. 68° 49' W. By Edward 

Tuckerman. Pp. 167-168. 
Algae. By W. G. Farlow. Pp. 169. 
Minerals. By F. M. Endlich, P. 171. 

16. Synopsis of the fishes of North America. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. 

Gilbert. Pp. i-lvi, 1-1018. 1282. 

17. On the zoological position of Texas. By Edward D. Cope. Pp. 1-51. 1880. 

18. Exhibit of the fisheries and fish culture of the United States of America, at the 

Internationale Fischerei-Ausstellung, held at Berlin, April 20, 1880, and form- 
ing a part of the collections of the National Museum, made by the United 
States Fish Commission. Prepared under the direction of G. Brown Goode. 
Pp. i-xv, 1-263. 1880. 

19. Nomenclator Zoologicus. An alphabetical list of all generic names that have 

been employed by naturalists for recent and fossil animals from the earliest 
times to the close of the year 1879. In 2 parts: I. Supplemental list. II. 
Universal index. By Samuel H. Scudder. Pp. i-xxi, 1-376, 1-340. 1882. 

20. Bibliographies of American naturalists. I. The published writing of Spencer 

Fullertcn Baird, 1843-1882. By George Brown Goode. Pp. 1-xvi, 1-377. 1883. 

21. Nomenclature of North American birds chiefly contained in the United States 

National Museum. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 1-94. 1881. 

22. Guide to the flora of Washington and vicinity. By Lester F. Ward. Pp. 1-264, 

1 map. 1881. 

23. Bibliographies of American naturalists. II. The published wrtings of Isaac 

Lea, LL.D. By Newton Pratt Scudder. Pp. i-lix, 1-278, 1 pi. 1885. 

24. Check list of North American Reptilia and Batrachia, with catalogue of speci- 

mens in U. S. National Museum. By H. C. Yarrow. Pp. i-v, 1-249. 1882. 

25. Contributions to the natural history of the Bermudas. Edited by J. Matthew 

Jones and George Brown Goode. Pp. i-xxiii, 1-353, 12 pis. 1884. 
Pt. 1. Geolngy. By William North Rice. Pp. 1-32, 5 pis. 
Pt. 2. Botany. By John Henry Lefroy. Pp. 33-141. 
Pt. 3. Mammals. By J. Matthew Jones. Pp. 143-161. 
Pt. 4. Birds. By Savile G. Reid. Pp. 163-279. 
Pt. 5. Notes on birds. By C. Hart Merriman. Pp. 281-284. 
Pt. 6. Reptiles. By Samuel Garman. Pp. 285-303. 
Pt. 7. Annelids. By H. E. Webster. Pp. 305-327, 6 pis. 

26. Avifauna Columbiana: being; a list of birds ascertained to inhabit the 

District of Columbia, with the times of arrival and departure of such as 
non-residents, and brief notices of habits, etc. The second edition, revised 
to date, and entirely rewritten. By Elliott Coues and D. Webster Prentiss. 
Pp. 1-133, 100 figs., 2 pis. 1883. 

27. Descriptive catalogues of the collections sent from the United States to the 

International Fisheries Exhibition, London, 1883, constituting a report upon 
the American section. Prepared under the direction of G. Brown Goode. 
Pp. i-liv, 1-1279. 1884. 

Pt. A. Preliminary catalogue, and synopsis of the collections ex- 
hibited by the United States Fish Commission, and by special 
exhibitors. Pp. 1-85. 
Pf. AA. Concordance to the official classification for the use of the 
juries. Pp. 87-105. 



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Pt. B. Collection of economic crustaceans, worms, echinoderras, and 
sponges. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 107-137. 

Ft. C. Catalogue of the aquatic and fish-eating birds exhibited by 
the United States National Museum. By Robeii: Ridgway. Pp. 
139-184. 

Pt. D. Catalogue of the economic MoHusca and the apparatus and 
appliances used in their capture and preparation for market 
By Francis Winslow. Pp. 1S5-270. 

The whale fishery and its appliances. By James Temple 
Brown. Pp. 271-386. 

Catalogue of the collection of fishes exhibited by the United 
States National Museum. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 387-510. 
Descriptive catalogue of the collection illustrating the scientific 
investigation of the sea and fresh waters. Pp. 511-622. 
Catalogue of the aquatic mammals exhibited by the United 
States National Museum. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 623-644. 
Catalogue of the collection illustrating the fishing vessels and 
boats and their equipment; the economic condition of fisher- 
men; anglers' outfits, etc. By Joseph Vv. Collins. Pp. 645-823. 
Catalogue of the apparatus for the capture of fish. By R. 
Edward Earll. Pp. 825-1030. 

Catalogue of fishery products and of the apparatus used in 
their preparation. By A. Howard Clark. Pp. 1031-1154. 

Pt. L. Catalogue of the fish-cultural exhibit of the United States 
Fish Commission. Pp. 1155-1249. 

28. A manual of American land shells. By W. G. Binney. Pp. 1-528, 516 figs. 

1885. 

29. Results of ornithological explorations in the Commander Islands and in 

Kamtschatka. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 1-382, 8 figs., 8 pis. 1885. 
^ 30. Bibliographies of American naturalists. III. Bibliography of publications 
relating to the collection of fossil invertebrates in the United States National 
Museum, including complete lists of the writings of Fielding B. Meek, 
Charles A. White, and Charles D. Walcott. By John Belknap Marcou. 
Pp. 1-333. 1885. 

31. Synopsis of the North American Syrphidae. By Samuel W. Williamson. Pp. 

i-xxx, 1-335, 12 pis. 1886. 

32. Catalogue of batrachians and reptiles of Central America and Mexico. By 

E. D. Cope. Pp. 1-98. 1887. 

33. Catalogue of minerals and synonyms. By T. Egleston. Pp. 1-198. 1887. 

34. The Batrachia of North America. By E. D. Cope. Pp. 1-525, 119 figs., 86 

pis. 1889. 

35. Bibliographical catalogue of the described transformations of North American 

Lepidoptera. By Henry Edwards. Pp. 1-147. 18S9. 

36. Contributions to the natural history of the cetaceans. A review of the family 

Delphinidae. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 1-181, 47 pis. 1889. 
- 37. A preliminary catalogue of the shell-bearing marine raollusks and brachiopods 
of the southeastern coast of the United States, with illustrations of many of 
the species. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 1-221, 74 pis. 1889. (New ed., 
1903, included 21 additional pis.) 

38. Contribution toward a monograph of the insects of the lepidopterous family 

Noctuidae of temperate North America. Revision of the species of the genus 
Agrotis. By John B. Smith. Pp. i-iv, 1-237, 5 pis. 1890. 

39. Directions for collecting and preserving specimens. 

Pt. A. Directions for collecting birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 1-27, 9 

figs. 1891. 
Pt. B. Directions for collecting Recent and fossil plants. By F. H. Knowl- 

ton (with notes on collecting and preserving fresh-water algae, by 

Frank S. Collins). Pp. 1-46, 10 figs. 1891. 



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Pt. C. Notes on the preparation of rough skeletons. By Frederic A. Lucas. 
Pp. 1-11, 12 figs. 1891. 

Pt. D. Directions for collecting, preparing, and preserving birds' eggs 
and nests. By Charles Bendire. Pp. 1-10, 7 figs. 1891. 

Pt. E. Directions for collecting reptiles and batrachians. [With supple- 
mentary note giving directions for preserving small herpetological 
specimens in formalin.] By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 1-13, 5 figs. 
1891. 

Pt. F. Directions for collecting and preserving insects. By C. V. Riley. 
Pp. 1-147, 139 figs., 1 pi. 1892. 

Pt. G. Instructions for collecting mollusks, and other useful hints for the 
conchologist. By William H. Dall. Pp. 1-56, 8 figs. 1892. 

Pt. H. Directions for collecting minerals. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 1-6, 8 figs. 
1895. 

Pt. I. Directions for collecting rocks and for the preparation of thin sec- 
tions. By George P. .Merrill. Pp. 1-15, 17 figs. 1895. 

Pt. J. Directions for collecting specimens and information illustrating 
the aboriginal uses of plants. . By Frederick V. Coville. Pp. 1-8. 
1895. 

Pt. K. Directions for collecting and preparing fossils. By Charles Schu- 
chert. Pp. 1-31, 13 figs. 1895. 

Pt. L. Directions for collecting and preserving scale insects (Coccidae). 
By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 1-9. 1897. 

Pt. M. The methods employed at the Naples Zoological Station for the 
preservation of marine animals. By Salvatore Lo Bianco. Trans- 
lated from the original Italian by Edmund Otis Hovey. Pp. 1-42, 
1 pi. 1899. 

Pt. N. Directions for preparing study specimens of small mammals. By 
Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 1-10, 1 fig. 1899. (2d ed., rev., with 
abstracts in German, French, and Spanish, issued in 1901; 3d 
ed., under new title, "Directions for Preparing Specimens of 
Mammals," and with additional figures, 1912; 4th ed., 1914; 5th 
ed., 1925; 6th ed., 1932.) 

Pt. O. Directions for collecting and rearing dragon flies, stone flies, and 
may flies. By James G. Needham. Pp. 1-9, 4 figs. 1899. 

Pt. P. Directions for collectors of American basketry. By Otis T. Mason. 
Pp. 1-31, 44 figs. 1902. 

Pt. Q. Instructions to collectors of historical and anthropological speci- 
mens. By William Henry Holmes and Otis Tufton Mason. Pp. 
1-16. 1902. 

Pt. R. Directions for collecting information and specimens for physical 
anthropology. By Ales Hrdlicka. Pp. 1-25, 8 pis. 1904. 

Pt. S. Directions for collecting information and objects illustrating the 
history of medicine. By James M. Flint. Pp. 1-5. 1905. 

40. Bibliographies of American naturalists. IV. The published writings of George 

Newbold Lawrence, 1844-1891. By L. S. Foster. Pp. i-xi, 1-124, 1 pi. 1892. 

41. Bibliographies of American naturalists. V. The published writings of Dr. 

Charles Girard. By George Brown Goode. Pp. i-vi, 1-141, 1 pi. 1891. 

42. A preliminary descriptive catalogue of the systematic collections in economic 

geology and metallurgy in the United States National Museum. By Frederic 
P. Dewey. Pp. i-xviii, 1-256, 10 figs., 34 pis. 1891. 

43. A monograph of the bats of North America. By Harrison Allen. Pp. i-ix, 1-198. 

1 fig., 38 pis. 1893. 

44. A catalogue, bibliographical and synonymical, of the species of moths of the 

lepidopterous superfamily Noctuidae, found in boreal America, with critical 
notes. By John B. Smith. Pp. 1-424. 1893. 

45. A monograph of the North American Proctotrypidae. By William H. Ashmcad. 

Pp. 1-472, 2 figs., 18 pis. 1893. 



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46. The Myriapoda of North America. By Charlci Harvey Bollman. Edited by L. 

M. Underwood. Pp. 1-210. 1893. 

47. The fishes of North and Middle America: A descriptive catalogue of the species 

of fish-like veitebrates found in the waters of North America, north of the 
Isthmus of Panama, By David Starr Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann. 
Pp. 1-3313, 392 pis. 

Pt. 1. Pp. i-lx, 1-1240. 1896. 

Pt. 2. Pp. i-xxx, 1241-2183. 1898. 

Pt. 3. Pp. i-xxiv, 2183a-3136. 1898. 

Pt. 4. Pp. i-ci, 3137-3313, 392 pis. 1900. 

48. Contributions toward a monograph of the insects of the lepidopterous family 

Noctuidae of boreal North America. A revision of the dehoid moths. By 
John B. Smith. Pp. i-vi, 1-129, 14 pis. 1895. 

49. The published writings of Philip Lutlcy Sclater, 1844-1896. Prepared under the 

direction of G. Brown Goode. Pp. i-xix, 1-135, 1 pi, 1896. 

50. The birds of North and Middle America: A descriptive catalogue of the higher 

groups, genera, species, and subspecies of birds known to occur in North 
America, from the Arctic lands to the Isthmus of Panama, the West Indies 
and other islands of the Caribbean Sea, and the Galapagos Archipelago, 

Pt. 1. Family Fringillidae— The Finches. By Robert Ridgway, Pp. i-xxx, 
1-715, 20 pis. 1901. 

Pt. 2. Families Tanagridae, Icteridae, Coerebidae, Mniotiltidae. By Rob- 
ert Ridgway. Pp. i-xx, 1-834, 22 pis. 1902. 

Pt. 3. Families Motacillidae, Hirundinidae, Ampelidae, Ptilogonatidae, 
Dulidae, Vireonidae, Lamidae, Corvidae, Paridae, Sittidae, 
Certhiidae, Troglodytidae, Cinclidae, Chamaeidae, Sylviidae. 
By Robert Ridgway. Pp. i-xx, 1-801, 19 pis. 1904. 

Pt. 4. Families Turdidae, Zeledoniidae, Miraidae, Sturnidae, Ploceldae, 
Alaudidae, Oxyruncidae, Tyrannidae, Pipridae, Cotingidae. By 
Robert Ridgway. Pp. i-xxii, 1-973, 34 pis. 1907. 

Pt. 5, Families Pteroptochidae, Formicariidae, Furnariidae, Dendrocolapti- 
dae, Trochilidae, Micropodidae, Trogonidae. By Robert Ridg- 
way. Pp. i-xxiii, 1-859, 33 pis. 1911. 

Pt. 6. Families Picidae, Capitonidae, Ramphastidae, Bucconidae, Gal- 
bulidae, Alcedinidae, Todidae, Momotidae, Caprimulgidae, Nyc- 
tibiidae, Tytonidae, Bubonidae. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. i-xx, 
1-882, 36 pis. 1914. 

Pt. 7. Families Cuculidae, Psittacidae, Columbidae. By Robert Ridgway. 
Pp. i-xiii, 1-543, 24 pis. 1916. 

Ft. 8. Families Jacanidae, Oedicnemidae, Haematopodidae, Arenariidae, 
Aphri2idae, Charadriidae, Scolopacidae, Phalaropodidae, Recur- 
virostridae, Rynchopidae, Sternidae, Laridae, Stercorariidae, 
Alcidae. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. i-xvi, 1-852, 34 pis. 1919. 

Pt. 9. Families Gruidae, Rallidae, Heliomithidae, Eurypygidae. By Rob- 
ert Ridgway and Herbert Friedmann. Pp. i-ix, 1-254, 16 figs. 
Oct. 2, 1941. 

Pt. 10. Families Cracidae, Tetraonidae, Phasianidae, Numididae, Melea- 
grididae. By Robert Ridgway and Herbert Friedmann. Pp. i-xii, 
1-484, 28 figs. Dec. 18, 1946. 

51. A list of the publications of the United States National Museum (1875-1900). 

By Randolph I. Geare. Pp. i-vi, 1-168. 1902. (Suppl. 1, pp. 1-40, covering 
period 1901-1906, issued in 1906.) 

52. A list of North American Lepidoptera and key to the literature of this order of 

insects. By Harrison G. Dyar, assisted by C. H. Fernald, George D. Hulst, 
and August Busck. Pp. i-xix, 1-723. 1902. 

53. Catalogue of the type and figured specimens of fossils, minerals, rocks and ores 

in the Department of Geology, United States National Museum. Prepared 
under the direction of George P. Merrill. 



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Pt. 1. Fossil invertebrates. Section 1. Catalogue of the type specimens 
of fossil invertebrates in the Department of Geology, United 
States National Museum. By Charles Schuchert, assisted by W. 
H. Dall, T. W. Stanton, and R. S. Bassler, Pp. i-v, 1-704. 1905. 

Pt. 2. Fossil vertebrates; fossil plants; minerals, rocks, and ore8. Section 
2. Catalogue of the types, cotypes, and figured specimens of 
fossil vertebrates in the Department of Geology, United States 
National Museum. Begun by F. A. Lucas, completed by J. W. 
Gidley and C. W. Gilmore, assisted by Mrs. M. S. F. Jouy and 
Miss M. W. Moodey. Pp. 1-82. 1907. Section 3. Catalogue of 
the types and illustrated specimens of fossil plants in the Depart- 
ment of Geology, United States National Museum. By A. C. 
Peale, with cooperation of David White and F. H. Knowlton, 
assisted by Mrs. M. S. F. Jouy, Miss L. M. Graves, and Miss 
M. W. Moodey. Pp. 8S-350. 1907. Section 4. List of minerals, 
meteorites, rocks, and ores that have been the subject of special 
investigation and publication, and are now in the Department of 
Geology, U. S. National Museum. By George P. Merrill and 
Wirt Tassin. Pp. 351-370. 1907. 

54. A monograph on the isopods of North America. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 

i-liii, 1-727, 740 figs. 1905. 

55. A contribution to the oceanography of the Pacific. Compiled from data collected 

by the United States steamer Nero while engaged in the survey of a route 
for a trans-Pacific cable. By James M. Flint. Pp. i-v, 1-62, 14 pis. 1905. 

56. Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States. A descriptive catalogue 

of the species of mammals occurring in that region; with a general summary 
of the natural history, and a list of trees. By Edgar Alexander Mearns. Part 
1. Families Didelphiidae to Muridae. Pp. i-xv, 1-530, 126 figs., 13 pis. Apr. 
13, 1907. 

57. The families and genera of bats. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. i-xvii, 1-282, 

49 figs., 14 pis. 1907. 

58. Herpetology of Japan and adjacent territory. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. i-xx, 

1-577, 409 figs., 35 pis. July 22, 1907. 

59. Recent Madreporaria of the Hawaiian Islands and Laysan. By T. Wayland 

Vaughan. Pp. i-ix, 1-427, 96 pis. July 12, 1907. 

60. The barnacles (Cirripedia) contained in the collection of the U. S. National 

Museum. By Henry A. Pilsbry. Pp. i-x, 1-122, 36 figs., 11 pis. Nov. 8, 1907. 

61. Variations and genetic relationships of the garter-snakes. By Alexander G. Ruth- 

ven. Pp. i-xii, 1-201, 82 figs., 1 pi. June 24, 1908. 

62. Catalogue of the type-specimens of mammals in the United States National 

Museum, including the Biological Survey collection. By Marcus Ward Lyon, 
Jr., and Wilfred Hudson Osgood. Pp. i-x, 1-325. 1909. 

63. A monographic revision of the Coleoptera belonging to the tenebrionide tribe 

Eleodiini inhabiting the United States, Lower California, and adjacent islands. 
By Frank E. Blaisdell, Sr. Pp. i-xi, 1-524, 8 figs., 13 pis, June 24, 1909. 

64. A critical summary of Troost's unpublished manuscript on the crinoids of Ten- 

nessee. By Elvira Wood, Pp. i-xi, 1-150, 16 pis. May 8, 1909. 

65. Dendroid graptoHtes of the Niagaran dolomites at Hamilton, Ontario. Compiled 

by Ray S. Bassler. Pp. i-ix, 1-76, 91 figs,, 5 pis. July 10, 1909. 

66. A monographic revision of the twisted winged insects comprising the order 

Strepsiptera Ivirby. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. i-xii, 1-232, 3 figs., IS pis., 1 
map. Dec. 6, 1909. 

67. Directions for collecting and preserving insects. By Nathan Banks. Pp. i-xiii, 

1-135, 188 figs,, 1 pi. Oct. 7, 1909. 

68. A monograph of West American pyramidellid mollusks. By William Healey 

Dall and Paul Bartsch. Pp. i-xi, 1-258, 30 pis. Dec. 13, 1909. 

69. The taenioid cestodes of North American birds. By Brayton Howard Ransom. 

Pp, 1-141, 43 figs. Dec. 31, 1909. 



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70. The National Gallery of Art. Department of Fine Arts «£ the National Museuno. 

By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 1-140, 26 pis. July 1, 1909. (Reprinted, with addi- 
tions, January 1916.) 

71. A monograph of the Forrainifera of the North Pacific Ocean. By Joseph Augui- 

tine Cushraan. 

Pt. 1. AsLrorhizidac and Lituolidae. Pp. i-xiv, 1-134, 203 figa. June 30, 

1910. 
Pt. 2. Textulariidae, Pp. i-xiii, 1-108, 156 figs. June 30, 1911. 
Pt. 3. Lagenidae. Pp. i-ix, 1-125, 47 pis. Dec. 12, 1913. 
Pt. 4. Chilostomellidae, Glcbigerinidae, Numraufitidae. Pp. i-vi, 1-46, 

19 pis. Feb. 28, 1914. 
Pt. 5. Rotaliidae. Pp. i-vii, 1-87, 63 figs., 31 pis. Apr. 24, 1915. 
Pt. 6. Miliolidae. Pp. i-vii, 52 figs., 39 pis. June 15, 1917. 

72. Catalogue of Nearctic spiders. By Nathan Banks. Pp. i-iii, 1-80. Apr. 30, 1910. 

73. An account of the beaked whales of the family Ziphiidae in the collection of the 

United States National Museum, with remarks on some specimens in other 
American museums. By Frederick W. True. Pp. i-v, 1-89, 42 pis. Sept. 28, 1910. 

74. On some West Indian echinoids. By Theodor Mortensen. Oct. 3, 1910. Pp. i-v, 

1-31, 17 pis. 

75. North Pacific ophiurans in the collection of the United States National Museum. 

By Hubert Lyman Clark. Pp. i-xvi, 1-302, 144 figs. Feb. 23, 1911. 

76. Asteroidea of the North Pacific and adjacent waters. By Walter Kenrick Fisher. 

Pt. 1. Phanerozonia and Spinulosa. Pp. i-vi, 1-419, 122 pis. June 30, 1911. 
Pt. 2. Forcipulata (part). Pp. i-iii, 1-245, 81 pis. June 23, 1928. 
Pt. 3. Forcipulata (concluded). Pp. i-iii, 1-356, 93 pis. 1930. 

77. The early Paleozoic dyozoa of the Baltic Provinces. By Ray S. Bassler. Pp. 

i-xxi, 1-382, 226 figs., 13 pis. Dec. 23, 1911. 

78. Catalogue of a selection of art objects from the Freer Collection exhibited 

in the new building of the National Museum, April 15 to June 15, 1912. 
Pp. 1-39. 1912. 

79. List of North American land mammals in the United States National Museum, 

1911. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. i-xiv, 1-455. Dec. 31, 1912. 

80. A descriptive account of the building recently erected for the departments of 

natural history of the United States National Museum. By Richard Rathbun. 
Pp. 1-131, 34 pis. 1913. 

81. Synopsis of the Rotatoria. By Harry K. Earring. Pp. 1-226. June 28, 1913. 

82. A monograph of the existing crinoids. By Austin Hobart Clark. Vol. 1, The 

comatulids: 

Pt. 1. [General.] Pp. i-vi, 1-406, 513 figs., 17 pis. June 10, 1915. 
Pt. 2. [General.] Pp. i-xxv, 1-795, 949 figs., 57 pis. 1921. 
Pt. 3. Superfamily Comasterida. Pp. i-vii, 1-816, 82 pis. 1931. 
Pt. 4a. Superfamily Mariaraetrida (except the family Colobometridae). 
Pp. i-vii, 1-603, 61 pis. Aug. 5, 1941. 

83. Type species of the genera of ichneumon flies. By Henry L. Viereck. Pp. i-v, 

1-186. Jan. 31, 1914. 

84. A contribution to the study of ophiurans of the United States National Museum. 

By Rene Koehler. Pp. i-vii, 1-173, 18 pis. Apr. 9, 1914. 

85. A monograph of the jumping plant-lice or Psyllidae of the New World. By David 

L. Crawford. Pp. i-ix, 1-186, 30 pis. June 3, 1914. 

86. A monograph of the genus Chordeiles Swainson, type of a new family of goat- 

suckers. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. i-vii, 1-123, 6 pis. Apr. 6, 1914. 

87. Culture of the ancient Pueblos of the Upper Gila River region. New Mexico and 

Arizona. Second Museum-Gates Expedition. By Walter Hough. Pp. i-xiv, 
1-139, 348 figs., 29 pis. Mar. 21, 1914. 

88. Revision of Paleozoic Stelleroidea with special reference to North American 

Asteroidea. By Charles Schuchert. Pp. 1-311, 41 figs., 38 pis. Mar. 20, 1915. 

89. Osteology of the armored Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, 

with special reference to the genus Stegosaurus. By Charles Whitney Gilmore. 
Pp. i-xi, 1-143, 73 figs., 37 pis. Dec. 31, 1914. 



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90. A monograph of the molluscan fauna of the Orthaulax pugnax zone of the 

Oligocene of Tampa, Florida. By William Healey Dall. Pp. i-xv, 1-173, 26 
pis. Jan. 21, 1915. 

91. Report on the Turton collection of South African marine mollusks, with addi- 

tional notes on other South African shells contained in the United States 
National Museum. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. i-xii, 1-305, 54 pis. July 28, 1915. 

92. Bibliographic index of American Ordovician and Silurian fossils. By Ray S. 

Bassler. Vol. 1, pp. i-viii, 1-718, Nov. 1, 1915. Vol. 2, pp. i-iv, 719-1521, 4 
pis., Nov. 1, 1915. 

93. The sessile barnacles (Cirripedia) contained in the collections of the U. S. 

National Museum ; including a monograph of the American species. By Henry 
A. Pilsbry. Pp. i-xi, 1-366, 99 figs., 76 pis. July 31, 1916. 

94. Handbook and descriptive catalogue of the meteorite collections in the United 

States National Museum. By George P. Merrill. Pp. i-x, 1-207, 41 pis. May 
25, 1916. 

95. The fishes of the west coast of Peru and the Titicaca Basin. By Barton Warren 

Evermann and Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. i-xi, 1-166, 14 pis. Aug. 1, 1917. 

96. A synopsis of American Early Tertiary cheilostome Bryozoa. By Ferdinand 

Canu and Ray S. Bassler. Pp. 1-87, 6 pis. Feb. 27, 1917. 

97. The grapsoid crabs of America. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. i-xxii, 1-461, 172 

figs., 161 pis. Jan. 25, 1918. 

98. The birds of the Anamba Island*. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. i-v, 1-75, 2 pis. 

June 30, 1917. 

99. East African mammals in the United States National Museum. By N. Hollister. 

Pt. 1. Insectivora, Chiroptera, and Carnivora. Pp. 1-194, 3 figs., 55 pis. 

Aug. 16, 1918. 
Pt. 2. Rodentia, Lagomorpha, and Tubulidentata. Pp. i-x, 1-184, 1 fig., 44 

pis. May 16, 1919. 
Pt. 3. Primates, Artiodactyla, Perissodactyla, Proboscidea, and Hyracoi- 

dea. Pp. i-viii, 1-164, 1 fig., 57 pis. June 20, 1924. 

100. Contributions to the biology of the Philippine Archipelago and adjacent regions. 
Vol. 1. Papers on collections gathered by the Albatross Philippine Expedition, 

1907-1910. Pp. i-xv, 1-649, 193 figs., 54 p!s. Dec. 20, 1928. 
Pt. 1. The Philippine land shells of the genus Amphidromus. By Paul 

Bartsch. Pp. 1-47, 22 pis. Sept. 22, 1917. 
Pt. 2. Ascidians from the Philippines and adjacent waters. By Willard 

G. Van Name. Pp. 49-174, 115 figs., 11 pis. May 4, 1918. 
Pt. 3. Report upon the Scyphomcdusae collected by the United States 

Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross in the Philippine Islands 

and Malay Archipelago. By Alfred Goldsborough Mayer. Pp. 

175-233, 24 figs. Dec. 22, 1917. 
Pt. 4. Report on the Chaetognatha collected by the United States Bureau 

of Fisheries steamer Albatross during the Philippine Expedition, 

1907-1910. By Ellis L. Michael. Pp. 235-277, 5 pis. May 19, 1919. 
Pt. 5. Hydromedusae, siphonophores, and ctenophores of the Albatross 

Philippine Expedition. By Henry B. Bigelow. Pp. 279-362, 5 pis. 

May 22, 1919. 
Pt. 6. The relationships of the genera Calcarina, Tinoporus, and Baculo- 

gypsina as indicated by recent Philippine material. By Joseph A. 

Cushman. Pp. 363-368, 2 pis. Oct. 7, 1919. 
Pt. 7. The macrouroid fishes of the Philippine Islands and the East Indies. 

By Charles Henry Gilbert and Carl L. Hubbs. Pp. 369-588, 40 

figs. Oct. 5, 1920. 

Pt. 8. Polychaetous annelids collected by the United States Fisheries 
steamer Albatross in the waters adjacent to the Philippine Islands 
in 1907-1910. By A. L. Treadwell. Pp. 589-602, 8 figs. Jan. 26, 
1921. 



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Pt. 9. Polychaetous annelids collected by the United States Fisheries 
steamer Albatross during the Philippine Expedition of 1907-1910. 
By Ruth A. Hoagland. Pp. 603-634, 7 pis. Mar. 24, 1921. 
Pt 10. The polyclad turbellarians from the Philippine Islands. By Tokio 
Kaburaki. Pp. 635-649, 6 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 14, 1924. 
Vol. 2. Papers on collections gathered by the Albatross Philippine Expedition, 
1907-1910. Pp. i-vii, 1-562, 159 figs., 60 pis. Apr. 21, 1932. 
Pt. 1. The Salpidae collected by the United States Fisheries steamer Alba- 
tross in Philippine waters during the years 1908 and 1909. By 
Maynard M. Metcalf. Pp. 1-.4. May 7, 1919. 
Pt 2 The Salpidae: A taxonomic study. By Maynard M. Metcalf, with 
the assistance of Mary M. Bell. Pp. S-193, 150 figs., 14 pis. Apr. 
29, 1919. 
Pt. S. Pyrosoma: A taxonomic study based upon the collections of the 
United States Bureau of Fisheries and the United States National 
Museum. By Maynard M. Metcalf and Hoyt S. Hopkins. Pp. 
195-272, 9 figs., 22 pis. July 19, 1919. 
Pt. 4. Silicious and horny sponges collected by the U. S. Fisheries steamer 
Albatross during the Philippine Expedition, 1907-1910. By H. V. 
Wilson. Pp. 273-532, 16 pis. Oct. 19, 1925. 
Pt. 5. The shipworms of the Philippine Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 
533-562, 1 fig., 8 pis. Apr. 28, 1927. 
Vol. 3. Starfishes of the Philippine seas and adjacent waters. By Walter K. 

Fisher. Pp. i-xi, 1-712, 156 pis. June 27, 1919. 
Vol. 4. Foraminifera of the Philippine and adjacent seas. By Joseph A. Cush- 

raan. Pp. 1-608, 52 figs., 100 pis. Aug. 18, 1921. 
Vol. 5. Ophiurans of the Philippine seas and adjacent waters. By Rene Koehler. 

Pp. i-x, 1-486, 103 pis. Apr. 6, 1923. 
Vol. 6. Papers on Philippine diatoms, annelids, hydroids, echinoids, and mol- 
lusks. Pp. i-viii, 1-567, 47 figs., 120 pis. Jan. 19, 1940. 
Pt. 1. Marine diatoms of the Philippine Islands. By Albert Mann. Pp. 

1-182, 39 pis. June 27, 1925. 
Pt. 2. Additions to the polychaetous annelids collected by the United State* 
Fisheries steamer Albatross, 1907-1910, including one new genus 
and three new species. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Pp. 183-193, 
20 figs. Nov. 20, 1926. 
Pt. 3. Report on the Hydroida collected by the United States Fisheries 
steamer Albatross in the Philippine region, 1907-1010. By Charles 
C. Nutting. Pp. 195-242, 8 pis. Apr. 27, 1927. 
Pt. 4. Report on the Echinoidea collected by the United States Fisheries 
steamer Albatross during the Philippine Expedition, 1907-1910. 
Part 1. The Cidaridae. By Theodor Mortensen. Pp. 243-312, 
22 figs., 33 pis. Sept. 10, 1927. 
Pt. 5. Four new species of polychaetous annelids collected by the United 
States Fisheries steamer Albatross during the Philippine Expedi- 
tion of 1907-1910. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Pp. 313-321, 4 figs. 
Oct. 31, 1931. 
,^ Pt. 6. The Philippine land raollusks of the genus Opisi/ioporus. By Paul 

Bartsch. Pp. 323-327, 1 fig., 2 pis. June 18, 19S2. 
J!5* Pt. 7. The Philippine land mollusks Cochlostyla rufogaster and Obba mar- 
morata and their races. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 329-342, 4 pl». 
Aug. 20, 1932. 
^ Pt. 8. The land shells of the genus Ohba from Mindoro Province, Philip- 
pine Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 343-371, 7 pis. Apr. 1, 1933. 
— Pt. 9. The tree snails of the genus Cochlostyla of Mindoro Province, 
Philippine Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 373-533, 27 pis. Feb. 
26, 1938. 



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Vol. 7. The fishes of the families Pomacentridae, Labridae, and Callyodontidac, 
collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross, 
chiefly in Philippine seas and adjacent waters. By Henry W. Fowler 
and Barton A. Bean. Pp. i-viii, 1-525, 49 pis. Apr. 17, 1928. 

Vol. 8. The fishes of the series Capriformes, Ephippiformes, and Squamipennef, 
collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross, 
chiefly in Philippine seas and adjacent waters. By Henry W, Fowler 
and Barton A, Bean. Pp. i-xi, 1-352, 25 figs. Mar. 11, 1929. 

Vol. 9. Bryozoa of the Philippine region. By Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. 
Bassler. Pp. i-xi, 1-685, 224 figs., 94 pis. Oct. 28, 1929. 

Vol. 10. The fishes of the families Amiidae, Chandidae, Duleidae, and Serranidae, 
obtained by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross 
in 1907 to 1910, chiefly in the Philippine Islands and adjacent seas. 
By Henry W. Fowler and Barton A. Bean. Pp. i-xi, 1-334, 27 
figs. Mar. 21, 1930. 

Vol. 11. The fishes of the families Pseudochromidae, I/3botidae, Pempheridae, 
Priacanthidae, Lutjanidae, Pomadasyidae, and Teraponidae, collected 
by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross, chiefly in 
Philippine seas and adjacent waters. By Henry W. Fowler. Pp. i-xi, 
1-388, 29 figs. May 8, 1931. 

Vol. 12. The fishes of the families Banjosidae, Lethrinidae, Sparidae, Girellidae, 
Kyphosidae, Oplegnathidae, Gcrridae, Mullidae, Emmelichthyidae, 
Sciaenidae, Sillaginidae, Arripidae, and Enoplosidae, collected by the 
United States Buieau of Fisheries steamer Albatross, chiefly in Philip- 
pine seas and adjacent waters. By Henry W. Fowler. Pp. i-vi, 1-465, 
32 figs. May 19, 1933. 

Vol. 13. The fishes of the groups Elasmobranchii, Holocephali, Isospondyli, and 
Ostarophysi obtained by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer 
Albatross in 1907 to 1910, chiefly in the Philippine Islands and 
adjacent seas. By Henry W. Fowler. Pp. i-x, 1-879, 30 figs. Mar. 10, 
1941. 

Vol. 14. Part 1. Report on the Echinoidea collected by the United States Fisheries 
steamer Albatross during the Philippine Expedition, 1907-1910. Part 
2. The Echinothuridae, Saleniidae, Arbaciidae, Aspidodiadematidae, 
Micropygidae, Diadematidae, Pedinidae, Temnopleuridae, Toxopneu- 
stidae, and Echinometridae. By Theodor Mortensen. Pp. i-vi, 1-52, 
3 figs., 1 pi. July 25, 1940. 
Part 2. Descriptions and figures of new fishes obtained in Philippine 
seas and adjacent waters bj' the United States Bureau of Fisheries 
steamer Albatross. Bv Henry W. Fowler. Pp. i-iii, 53-91, 22 figs. July 
19, 1943. 

101. The Columbian Institute for the promotion of arts and sciences. By Richard 

Rathbun. Pp. i-iii, 1-85. Oct. 18, 1917. 

102. The mineral industries of the United States. Vol. 1. The energy resources of 

the United States: A field for reconstruction. By Chester G. Gilbert and 
Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. i-x, 1-165, 15 figs., 8 pis. May 15, 1919. 

Pt. 1. Coal products: An object lesson in resource administration. By 

Chester G. Gilbert. Pp. 1-16, 11 pis. Nov. 17, 1917. 
Pt. 2. Fertilizers: An interpretation of the situation in the United States. 

By Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. 1-22, 1 chart. Oct. 10, 1917. 
Pt. 3. Sulphur: An example of industrial independence. By Joseph E. 

Pogue. Pp. 1-10, 1 chart, 3 pis. Nov. 7, 1917. 
Pt. 4. Coal: The resource and its full utilization. By Chester G. Gilbert 

and Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. 1-27. Feb. 21, 1918. 
Pt. 5. Power: Its significance and needs. By Chester G. Gilbert and 

Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. 1-53, 2 figs. Sept. 21, 1918. 
Pt. 6. Petroleum: A resource interpretation. By Chester G. Gilbert and 

Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. i-v, 1-76, 12 figs., 3 pis. Aug. 7, 1918. 



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Pt. 7. Natural gas: Its production, service, and conservation. By Samuel 
S, Wyer. Pp. 1-67, 20 figs., 8 pis. Dec. 28, 1918. 

Pt. 8. Manufactured gas in the home. By Samuel S. Wyer. Pp. i-vi, 

1-24, 11 figs. June 9, 1923. 

103. Contributions to the geology and paleontology of the Canal Zone, Panama, 

and geologically related areas in Central America and the West Indies. 

Prepared under the direction of Thomas Wayland Vaughan. Pp. i-xviii, 

1-612, 27 figs., 154 pis. Feb. 21, 1920. 

Pt. 1. On some fossil and recent Lithothamnieae of the Panama Canal 
Zone. By Marshall A. Howe. Pp. 1-13, i, 11 pis. Feb. 9, 1919. 

Pt. 2. The fossil higher plants from the Canal Zone. By Edward W. 
Berry. Pp. 15-44, i, 7 p!s. Jan. 11, 1919. 

Pt. 3. The smaller fossil Foraminifera of the Panama Canal Zone. By 
Joseph Augustine Cushman. Pp. 45-87, i-ii, 15 pis. Feb. 18, 1919. 

Pt. 4. The larger fossil Foraminifera of the Panama Canal Zone. By 
Joseph Augustine Cushman. Pp. 89-102, i, 12 pis. Jan. 7, 1919. 

Pt. 5. Fossil Echini of the Panama Canal Zone and Costa Rica. By Rob- 
ert Tracy Jackson. Pp. 103-116, i, 3 figs., 7 pis. Feb. 9, 1919. 

Pt. 6. Bryozoa of the Canal Zone and related areas. By Ferdinand Canu 
and Ray S. Bassler. Pp. 117-122, i, 1 pi. Jan. 28, 1919. 

Pt. 7. Decapod crustaceans from the Panama region. By Mary J. Rath- 
bun. Pp. 123-184, i-iii, 13 pis. Jan. 8, 1919. 

Pt. 8. Cirripedia from the Panama Canal Zone. By Henry A. Pilsbry. Pp. 
185-188, 1 pi. Jan. 28, 1919. 

Pt. 9. Fossil corals from Central America, Cuba, and Porto Rico, with an 
account of the American Tertiary, Pleistocene, and Recent coral 
reefs. By Thomas Wayland Vaughan. Pp. 189-524, i-xiv, 22 
figs., 85 pis. July 11, 1919. 

Pt. 10. The sedimentary formations of the Panama Canal Zone, with 
special reference to the stratigraphic relations of the fossiliferous 
beds. By Donald Francis MacDonald. Pp. 525-545, 2 figs., 2 pis. 
May 16, 1919. 

Pt. 11. The biologic character and geologic correlation of the sedimentary 
formations of Panama in their relation to the geologic history of 
Central America and the West Indies. By Thomas Wayland 
Vaughan. Pp. 547-612. May 19, 1919. 

104. The Foraminifera of the Atlantic Ocean. By Joseph Augustine Cushman. 

Pt. 1. Astrorhizidac. Pp. i-vii, 1-111, 39 pis. July 1, 191S. 

Pt. 2. Lituolldae. Pp. i-vii, 1-1 U, 18 pis. Oct. 6, 1920. 

Pt. 3. Textulariidae. Pp. i-viii, 1-149, 26 pis. June 28, 1922. 

Pt. 4. Lagenidae. Pp. i-x, 1-228, 42 pis. Sept. 27, 1923. 

Pt. 5. Chilostomellidae and Globigerinidae. Pp. i-v, 1-55, 8 pis. May 20, 

1924. 
Pt. 6. Miliolidae, Ophthalmidiidae, and Fischerinidae. Pp. i-viii, 1-129, 

22 pis. June 29, 1929. 
Pt. 7. Nonionidae, Camerinidae, Peneroplidae, and Alveolinellidae. Pp. 

i-vi, 1-79, 18 pis. Feb. 25, 1930. 
Pt. 8. Rotaliidae, Amphisteginidae, Calcarinidae, Cymbaloporettidae, Glo- 

borotaliidae, Anomalinidae, Planorbulinidae, Rupertiidae, and 

Homotremidae. Pp. i-ix, 1-179, 26 pis. July 25, 1931. 

105. Catalogue of the postage stamps and stamped envelopes of the United States 

and possessions, issued prior to January 1, 1919. Compiled by Joseph B. 
Lcavy. Pp. i-lx, 1-204, 3 pis. May 7, 1919. 

106. North American Early Tertiary Bryozoa. By Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. Bass- 

ler. Pp. i-xx, 1-879, 279 figs., 162 pis. (Text and plates in separate vols.) 
June 30, 1920. 

107. Life histories of North American diving birds: Order Pygopodes. By Arthur 

Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-xiii, 1-245, 55 pis. Aug. 1, 1919. 



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108. A revision of the Nearctic termites. By Nathan Banks. With notes on biology 

and geographic distribution by Thomas E. Snyder. Pp. i-viii, 1-228, 70 
figs., 35 pis. Apr. 13, 1920. 

109. Contributions to a history of American State geological and natural history 

surveys. Edited and compiled by George P. Merrill. Pp. i-xviii, 1-549, 37 
pis. Aug. 2, 1920. 

110. Osteology of the carnivorous Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, 

with special reference to the genera Antrodemus (Allosaurus) and Cerw 
iosaiirus. By Charles Whitney Gilmore. Pp. i-xi, 1-159, 79 figs., 36 pis. Sept. 
9, 1920. 

111. A monograph of the East American scaphopod mollusks. By John B. Hender- 

son, Pp. i-vi, 1-177, 20 pis. Oct. 6, 1920. 

112. Summary of the marine shellbearing mollusks of the northwest coast of America, 

from San Diego, California, to the Polar Sea, mostly contained in the collec- 
tion of the United States National Museum, with illustrations of hitherto 
unfigured species. By William Healey Dall. Pp. i-iii, 1-217, 22 pis. Feb. 
24, 1921. 

113. Life histories of North American gulls and- terns: Order Longipennes. By 

Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-x, 1-345, 93 pis. Aug. 27, 1921. 

114. A revision of the king snakes: Genus Lampropeliis. By Frank N. Blanchard. 

Pp. i-vi, 1-260, 78 figs. Sept. 15, 1921. 

115. The fossil crinoid genus Dolatocrhius and its allies. By Frank Springer. Pp. 

i-v, 1-78, 6 figs., 16 pis. Apr. 6, 1921. 

116. The dipterous genus Dolichopus Latreille in North America. By M. C. Van 

Duzee, F. R. Cole, and J. M. Aldrich. Pp. i-vi, 1-304, 16 pis. Mar. 21, 1921. 

117. The distribution of bird life in the Urubamba Valley of Peru. A report on the 

birds collected by the Yale University-National Geographic Society's Expedi- 
tions. By Frank M. Chapman. Pp. 1-138, 3 figs., 9 pis. June 29, 1921. 

118. Handbook and descriptive catalogue of the collections of gems and precious 

stones in the United States National Museum. By George P. Merrill, assisted 
by Margaret W. Moodey and Edgar T. Wherry. Pp. i-viii, 1-225, 26 figs., 
14 pis. Apr. 26, 1922. 

119. Catalogue of the mechanical engineering collection in the United States National 

Museum. Motors, locomotives, and self-propelled vehicles. Edited and com- 
piled by Carl W. Mitraan. Pp. 1-118, 59 figs., 2 pis. Feb. 3, 1922. 

120. The opalinid ciliate infusorians. By Maynard M. Metcalf. Pp. i-vii, 1-484, 

258 figs. June 9, 1923. 

121. Life histories of North American petrels and pelicans and their allies: Order 

Tubinares and order Steganopodes. By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-xii, 
1-343, 69 pis. Oct. 19, 1922. 

122. A monograph of the American shipworras. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. i-iii, 1-51, 

1 fig., 37 pis. Aug. 4, 1922. 

123. Revision of the North American moths of the subfamily Eucosminae of the 

family Olethreutidae. By Carl Heinrich. Pp. i-iv, 1-298, 1 fig, 59 pis. Apr. 
12, 1923. 

124. The type species of the genera of Chalcidoidea or chalcid-flies. By A. B. 

Gahan and Margaret M. Fagan. Pp. i-iii, 1-173. Apr. 6, 1923. 

125. North American Later Tertiary and Quaternary Bryozoa. By Ferdinand Canu 

and Ray S. Bassler. Pp. i-vii, 1-302, 38 figs., 47 pis. July 16, 1923. 

126. Life histories of North American wild fowl: Order Anseres (Part). By Arthur 

Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-ix, 1-250, 46 pis. May 25, 1923. 

127. Catalogue of the watercraft collection in the United States National Museum. 

Compiled and edited by Carl W. Mitman. Pp. i-v, 1-298, 96 figs., 1 pi. July 
17, 1923. 

128. List of North American Recent mammals, 1923. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 

i-xvi, 1-673. Apr. 29, 1924. 

129. The spider crabs of America. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. i-xx, 1-613, 153 figs., 

283 pis. June 19, 1925. 



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130. Life histories of North American wild fowl: Order Anseres (Part). By Arthur 

Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-x, 1-376, 60 pis. June 27, 1925. 

131. The minerals of Idaho. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. i-vii, 1-483, 170 figs., 19 pis. 

Apr. 9, 1926. 

132. Revision of the North American moths of the subfamilies Laspeyresiinae and 

Olethreutinae. By Carl Heinrich. Pp. i-v, 1-216, 2 figs., 76 pis. Feb. 2, 1926. 

133. Observations on the birds of Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Chile. By 

Alexander Wetmore. Pp. i-iv, 1-448, 20 pis. Feb. 1, 1926. 

134. Material culture of the people of southeastern Panama, based on specimens in 

the United States National Museum. By Herbert W. Krieger. Pp. i-v, 
1-141, 1 fig., 37 pis. Nov. 4, 1926. 

135. Life histories of North American marsh birds. Orders Odontoglossae, Hero- 

dioncs, and Paludicolae. By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-xii, 1-490, 98 pis. 
Mar. 11, 1927. 

136. Handbook of the collection of musical instruments in the United States National 

Museum. By Frances Densmore. Pp. i-iii, 1-164, 48 pis. May 26, 1927. 

137. The collection of primitive weapons and armor of the Philippine Islands in the 

United States National Museum. By Herbert VV. Krieger. Pp. i-iii, 1-128, 
map, 21 pis. Dec. 1, 1926. 

138. The fossil stalk-eyed Crustacea of the Pacific slope of North America. By Mary 

J. Rathbun. Pp. i-vii, 1-155, 6 figs., 39 pis. Dec. 30, 1926. 

139. Fire as an agent in human culture. By Walter Hough. Pp. i-xiv, 1-270, 4 figs., 

41 pis. Dec. 30, 1926. 

140. Bird parasites of the nematode suborders Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spiru- 

rata. By Eloise B. Cram. Pp. i-xvii, 1-465, 444 figs. June 30, 1927. 

141. Collection of heating and lighting utensils in the United States National Museum. 

By Walter Hough. Pp. i-viii, 1-113, 99 pis. Feb. 17, 1928. 

142. Life histories of North American shore birds. Order Limicolae (Part 1). By 

Arthur Cleveland Bent, Pp. i-ix, 1-420, 55 pis. Dec. 31, 1927. 

143. Biological and taxonomic investigations on the mutillid wasps. By Clarence E. 

Mickel. Pp. i-ix, 1-351, 28 figs., 5 pis. Apr. 23, 1928. 

144. The American bats of the genera Myotis and Pizonyx. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., 

and Glover M. Allen. Pp. i-viii, 1-218, 13 maps. May 25, 1928. 

145. A revision of the North American species of buprestid beetles belonging to the 

genus Agrilus. By W. S. Fisher. Pp. i-v, 1-347, 11 pis. Dec. 21, 1928. 

146. Life histories of North American shore birds. Order Limicolae (Part 2). By 

Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-ix, 1-412, 66 pis. Mar. 27, 1929. 

147. Archeological and historical investigations in Samana, Dominican Republic. By 

Herbert W. Krieger. Pp. i-iv, 1-91, 1 map, 27 pis. Sept. 9, 1929. 

148. Collections of objects of religious ceremonial in the United States National 

Museum. By Immanuel Moses Casanowicz. Pp. i-viii, 1-207, 75 pis. Dec. 
31, 1929. 

149. Composition and structure of meteorites. By George P. Merrill. Pp. i-vi, 1-62, 

32 pis. Feb. 26, 1930. 

150. Revision of the fishes of the family Liparidae. By Victor Burke. Pp. i-xii, 1-204, 

110 figs. May 27, 1930. 

151. East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum. 

By Arthur Loveridge. Pp. i-v, 1-135, 1 pi, Dec, 31, 1929, 

152. The cancroid crabs of America of the families Euryalidae, Portunidae, Atele- 

cyclidae, Cancridae, and Xanthidae. By Mary J. Rathbun, Pp, i-xvi, 1-609, 
85 figs,, 230 pis. May 29, 1930. 

153. Birds collected by the Childs Frick Expedition to Ethiopia and Kenya Colony. 

By Herbert Friedmann, 

Pt. 1. Non-Passeres. Pp. i-xiii, 1-516, 22 figs,, 12 pis. June 10, 1930. 
Pt, 2, Passeres. Pp. i-xii, 1-506, 30 figs., 14 pis. June 23, 1937. 

154. A study of the teiid lizards of the genus Cnemidophorns, with special reference 

to their phylogenetic relationships. By Charles E. Burt. Pp. i-viii, 1-286, 
38 figs. Apr. 24, 1931. 



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155. The birds of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. By Alexander Wetmore and 

Bradshaw H. Swales. Pp. i-iv, 1-483, 26 pis. Mar. 7, 1931. 

156. Aboriginal Indian pottery of the Dominican Republic. By Herbert W. Krleger. 

Pp. i-iii, 1-165, 56 pis. Dec. 31, 1931. 

157. The butterflies of the District of Columbia and vicinity. By Austin H. Clark. 

Pp. i-ix, 1-337, 64 pis. Feb. 13, 1932. 

158. The copepods of the Woods Hole region, Massachusetts. By Charles Branch 

Wilson. Pp. i-xix, 1-635, 316 figs., 41 pis. Oct. 26, 1932. 

159. The birds of the Natuna Islands. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. i-vi, 1-137, 1 

fig. Feb. 12, 1932. 

160. Mexican tailless amphibians in the United States National Museum. By Rem- 

ington Kellogg. Pp. i-iv, 1-224, 24 figs., 1 pi. May 19, 1932. 

161. The Foraminifera of the tropical Pacific collections of the Albatross, 1899-1900. 

By Joseph Augustine Cushman. 

Pt. 1. Astrorhizidae to Trochamminidae. Pp. i-iv, 1-88, 1 fig., 17 pli. 

June 18, 1932. 
Pt. 2. Lagenidae to Alveolinellidae. Pp. i-vi, 1-79, 19 pis. Aug. 23, 1933. 
Pt. 3. Heterohelicidae and Buliminidac. Pp. i-v, 1-67, 15 pis. Feb. 10, 

1942. 

162. Life histories of North American gallinaceous birds (orders Galliformes and 

Columbiformes). By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-xi, 1-490, 93 pis. May 25, 
1932. 

163. American and European swords in the historical collections of the United States 

National Museum. By Theodore T. Belote. Pp. i-vii, 1-163, 46 pis. July 1, 
1932. 

164. The Canadian and Ordovician formations and fossils of South Manchuria. By 

Riuji Endo. Pp. i-iii, 1-152, 40 pis. Aug. 3, 1932. 

165. The bryozoan fauna of the Vincentown limesand. By Ferdinand Canu and Ray 

S. Bassler. Pp. i-v, 1-108, 21 pis. Dec. 4, 1933. 

166. The oxystomatous and allied crabs of America. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. i-vi, 

1-278, 47 figs., 86 pis. Oct. 14, 1937. 

167. Life histories of North American birds of prey. Part 1. Order Falconiformes. 

By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-viii, 1-409, 102 pis. May 3, 1937. 

168. Nearctic CoUembola, or springtails, of the family Isotomidae. By J. W. Folsora. 

Pp. i-iii, 1-144, 39 pis. July 1, 1937. 

169. The Fort Union of the Crazy Mountain Field, Montana, and its mammalian 

faunas. By George Gaylord Simpson. Pp. i-x, 1-287, 80 figs., 10 pis. Aug. 
21, 1937. 

170. Life histories of North American birds of prey. Part 2. Orders Falconiformes 

and Strigiformes. By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-viii, 1-482, 92 pis. Aug. 
8, 1938. 

171. The Pleistocene vertebrate fauna from Cumberland Cave, Maryland. By James 

W. Gidley and C. Lewis Gazin. Pp. i-vi, 1-99, 50 figs., 10 pis. May 5, 1938. 

172. Birds from Siam and the Malay Peninsula in the United States National Museum 

collected by Drs. Hugh M. Smith and William L. Abbott. By J. H. Riley. 
Pp. i-iv. 1-581. Dec. 3. 1938. 

173. Catalog of the mechanical collections of the Division of Engineering, United 

States National Museum. By Frank A. Taylor. Pp. i-viii, 1-203, 37 pis. 
Mar. 2, 1939. 

174. Life histories of North American wookpeckers. Order Piciformes. By Arthur 

Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-viii, 1-334, 39 pis. May 23, 1939. 

175. Variations and relationships in the snakes of the genus Pituophis. By Olive 

GriflSth Stull. Pp. i-vi, 1-225, 84 figs. June 26, 1940. 

176. Life histories of North American cuckoos, goatsuckers, hummingbirds, and their 

allies. Orders Psittaciformes, Cuculiformes, Trogoniformes, Coraciiformes, 
Caprimulgiformes, and Micropodiiformes. By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. 
i-viii, 1-506, 73 pis. July 20, 1940. 

177. The herpetology of Hispaniola. By Doris M. Cochran. Pp. i-vii, 1-398, 120 

figs., 12 pis. July 8. 1941. 



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178. Catalog of the type specimens of mammals in the United States National 

Museum, including the Biological Surveys collection. By Arthur J. Poole and 
Viola S. Schantz. Pp. i-xiii, 1-705. Apr. 8, 1942. 

179. Life histories of North American flycatchers, larks, swallows, and their allies. 

Order Passeriformes (Families Cotingidae, Tyrannidae, Alaudidae, and 
Hirundinidae). By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-xi, 1-555, 70 pli. May t, 
1942. 

180. Fishes of the Phoenix and Samoan Islands collected in 1939 during the expedi- 

tion of the U.S.S. Bushnell. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. i-x, 1-316, 27 figs., 
9 pU. Jan. 20, 1943. 

181. The cyclophorid operculate land mollusks of America. By Carlos de la Torre, 

Paul Bartsch, and Joseph P. E. Morrison. Pp. i-iv, 1-306, 42 pis. Aug. 21, 
1942. 

182. Monograph of the West Indian beetles of the family Staphylinidac. By Richard 

E. Blackwelder. Pp. i-viii, 1-658, 3 figs., 19 maps. Jan. 27, 1943. 

183. Archeological investigations in Platte and Clay Counties, Missouri. By Waldo 

R. Wedel. With Appendix, "Skeletal Remains from Platte and Clay Counties, 
Missouri," by T. Dale Stewart. Pp. i-viii, 1-284, 22 figs., 50 pis. Oct. 1, 1943. 

184. The metallography of meteoric iron. By Stuart H. Perry. Pp. i-vii, 1-206, 9 

figs., 78 pis. Feb. 15, 1944. 

185. Checklist of the coleopterous insects of Mexico, Central America, the West 

Indies, and South America. Compiled by Richard E. Blackwelder. 
Pt. 1. Pp. i-xii, 1-188. Mar. 7, 1944. 
Pt. 2. Pp. i-iii, 189-341. June 30, 1944. 
Pt. 3. Pp. i-iv, 343-550. May 21, 1945. 
Pt. 4. Pp. i-iii, 551-763. May 13, 1946. 
[To be completed.] 

186. The birds of northern Thailand. [An account of the birds of Chiang Rae Prov- 

ince and those parts of the provinces of the Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Lam- 
phun, Lampang, Phrae, and Nan lying north of latitude 17°47' N.] By H. G. 
Deignan. Pp. i-v, 1-616, 4 maps, 9 pis. Sept. 17, 1945. 

187. An annotated checklist and key to the snakes of Mexico. By Hobart M. Smith 

and Edward H. Taylor. Pp. i-iv, 1-239. Oct. 5, 1945. 

188. The fresh-water fishes of Siam, or Thailand. By Hugh M. Smith. Pp. i-xi, 

1-622, 107 figs., 9 pis. Nov. 13, 1945. 

189. A descriptive catalog of the shore fishes of Peru. By Samuel F. Hildebrand. Pp. 

i-xi, 1-530, 95 figs. Feb. 26, 1946. 

190. The North American clear-wing moths of the family Aegeriidae. By George 

P. Engelhardt. Pp. i-vi, 1-222, 32 pis. June 28, 1946. 

191. Life histories of North American jays, crows, and titmice. Families Corvidae 

and Paridae. By Arthur Cleveland Bent. Pp. i-xi, 1-495, 68 pis. 

192. The operculate land mollusks of the family Annulariidae of the island of His- 

paniola and the Bahama Archipelago. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. i-iv, 1-264, 38 
pis. Oct. 3, 1946. 

193. A list of the publications of the United States National Museum (1875-1946). 

Compiled in the Editorial Division, Smithsonian Institution. Pp. 1-305. 



CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE U. S. NATIONAL HERBARIUM^ 

Volume 1 

Report! on collections, and miscellaneous papers. Pp. i-viii (title page, note, prefatory 
note, contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-368 (papers 1-9) ; pp. 393-434 
(index) ; 10 figs., 35 pis. 1890-1895. 

Mo. 

1. Plants from southern California. By George Vasey and J. N. Rose. Pp. 1-8. June 

16, 1890. 
List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Lower California in 1889. By 
George Vasey and J. N. Rose. Pp. 9-28. June 16, 1890. 

2. Upon a collection of plants made by Mr. G. C. Nealley, in the region of the 

Rio Grande, in Texas, from Brazos Santiago to El Paso County. By John 
Coulter. Pp. 29-61. July 18, 1890. 

3. List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Lower California and western 

Mexico in 1890. By George Vasey and J. N. Rose. Pp. 63-90, 1 pi. Nov. 8, 1890. 

4. List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in western Mexico and Arizona 

in 1890. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 91-116, 10 pis. June 30, 1891. 
List of plants collected by Dr. E. Palmer in Arizona in 1890. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 
117-127. June 30, 1891. 

5. List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in 1890 on Carmen Island. By 

J. N. Rose. Pp. 129-134, 3 pis. Sept. 20, 1892. 

List of plants collected by the U.S.S. Albatross in 1887-'91 along the western coast 
of America. 1. List of plants from Cocos Island. By J. N. Rose. P. 135. 2. 
List of plants from Galapagos Islands. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 136-138. 3. List of 
ferns from southern Patagonia. By Daniel C. Eaton. P. 138. 4. List of mosses 
from Fuegia and Patagonia. By Daniel C. Eaton. Pp. 138-139. 5. List of 
liverworts from southern Patagonia. By A. W. Evans. Pp. 140-142. 6. List of 
lichens from southern Patagonia. By J. W. Eckfeldt. P. 142. 2 pis. Sept. 20, 
1892. 

Revision of the North American species of Hoffmanseggia. By E. M. Fisher. 
Pp. 143-150. Sept. 20, 1892. 

Systematic and alphabetic index of new species of North American phanerogams 
and pteridophytes, published in 1891. Compiled by Josephine A. Clark. Pp. 
151-188. Sept. 20, 1892. 

6. List of plants collected by C. S. Sheldon and M. A. Carleton in Indian Territory 

in 1891. By J. M. Holzinger. Pp. 189-219, 2 pis. Dec. 6, 1892. 
Observations on the native plants of Oklahoma Territor}' and adjacent districts. 
By M. A. Carleton. Pp. 220-232. Dec. 6, 1892. 

7. Systematic and alphabetic index to new species of North American phanerogams 

and pteridophytes published in 1892. By Josephine A. Clark. Pp. 233-264. July 
IS, 1892. 

8. Notes on some Pacific coast grasses. By George Vasey. Pp. 265-266. Oct. 31, 1893. 
Descriptions of new or noteworthy grasses from the United States. By George 

Vasey. Pp. 267-280. Oct. 31, 1893. 
Descriptions of new grasses from Mexico. By George Vasey. Pp. 281-285, 1 pi. 

Oct. 31, 1893. 
Descriptions of four new plants from Texas and Colorado. By J. M. Holzinger. 

Pp. 286-287, 2 pis. Oct. 31, 1893. 
List of plants new to Florida. By J. M. Holzinger. P. 288. Oct. 31, 1893. 
Descriptions of three new plants. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 289-290, 2 pis. Oct. 31, 1893. 
List of lichens from California and Mexico, collected by Dr. Edward Palmer 

from 1888 to 1892. By J. W. Eckfeldt. Pp. 291-292. Oct. 31, 1893. 

9. Report on a collection of plants made in the states of Sonora and Colima, Mexico, 

by Dr. Edward Palmer, in the years 1890 and 1891. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 293- 
366, 10 figs., 13 pis. Jan. 31, 1895. 
Three new species of Sapindaceae from western Mexico and Lower California. 
By L. Radlkofer. Pp. 367-368. Jan. 31, 1895. 



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Volume 2 

Botany of western Texas. Pp. i-v (title page, note, prefatory note, table of contents, 
and list of plates) ; pp. 1-568 (papers 1-3) ; pp. 569-588 (index) ; 3 pis. 1891-1894! 
No. 

1. Manual of the phanerogams and pteridophytes of western Texas: Polypetalae. 

By John M. Coulter. Pp. 1-152, 1 pi. June 27, 1891. 

2. Manual of the phanerogams and pteridophytes of western Texas: Gamopetalae 

By John M. Couher. Pp. 153-345, 2 pis. July 1, 1892. 

3. Manual of the phanerogams and pteridophytes of western Texas: Apetalae, 

Monocotyledonae, Pteridophyta. By John M. Coulter, Pp. 347-568 Mav lo' 
1894. ^ ' 

Volume 3 

Reports on collections, revisions of groups, and miscellaneous papers. Pp. i-vii (title 
page, note, errata and addenda, prefatory note, contents, and list of illustrations) • 
pp. 1-578 (papers 1-9) ; 579-612 (index) ; 28 pis. 1892-1896. ' 

No. 

1. Monograph of the grasses of the United States and British America. By George 

Vasey. Pp. 1-89. Feb. 25, 1892. 

2. Preliminary revision of the North American species of Cactus, Anhalonium, and 

Lophophora. By John M. Coulter. Pp. 91-132. June 10, 1894. 

3. Flora of the sand hills of Nebraska. By P. A. Rydberg. Pp. 133-203. 1 fie 2 dIs 

Sept. 14, 1895. &•. f • 

4. Report on a collection of plants made by J. H. Sandberg and assistants in north- 

ern Idaho in the year 1892. By John M. Holzinger. Pp. 205-287. 2 pis Nov 
23, 1895. 

5. Report on Mexican Umbelliferae, mostly from the state of Oaxaca, recently col- 

lected by C. G. Pringle and E. W. Nelson. By John M. Coulter and J. N Rose 
Pp. 289-309, 6 pis. Dec. 14, 1895. 
Descriptions of plants, mostly new, from Mexico and the United States. By J N 
Rose. Pp. 311-323, 6 pis. Dec. 14, 1895. 

6. Botany of Yakutat Bay, Alaska. I.— Field report. By Frederick Funston. II.— 

Botanical report. By Frederick Vernon Coville. Pp. 325-353. Jan. 15, 1896. 

7. Preliminary revision of the North American species of Echinocactus, Cereus, and 

Opuntia. By John M. Coulter. Pp. 355-462. Apr. 1, 1896. 

8. Flora of the Back Hills of South Dakota. By P. A. Rydberg. Pp 463-536 4 nU 

June 13, 1896. ' " 

9. Report on a collection of plants made by C. H. Thompson in southwestern Kan- 

sas in 1893. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 537-557. Aug. 5, 1896. 
Crepis occidentalis and its allies. By Frederick V. Coville. Pp. 559-565 6 nls 

Aug. 6, 1896. ' ^ 

Plants from the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 567-574 

Aug. 5, 1896. 
Leibergia, a new genus of Umbelliferae from the Columbia River region. By John 

M. Coulter and J. N. Rose. Pp. 575-576, 1 pi. Aug. 5, 1896. 
Roseanthus, a new genus of Cucurbitaceae from Acapulco, Mexico. By Alfred 

Cogniaux. Pp. S77-57i, 1 pi. Aug. 5, 1896. 

Volume 4 

Botany of the Death Valley Expedition. By Frederick Vernon Coville. Pp. i-viii (title 
page, note, letter of transmittal, letter of submittal, contents, and list of illus- 
trations) ; 363 pp., 22 pis., 1 map. Nov. 29, 1893. 

Volume 5 

Systematic, economic, and ecological investigations. Pp. l-x (title page, note, prefa- 
tory note, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-550 (papers 1-6) ; pp. 551-585 
(index) ; 77 pis., 90 figs., 2 maps. 1897-1901. 

No. 

1. General report on a botanical survey of the Coeur d'Alene Mountains in Idaho 
during the summer of 1895. By John B. Leiberg. Pp. 1-86, 1 pi. Jan. 25, 1897 

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2. Notes .on the plants used by the Klamath Indians of Oregon. By Frederick V. 

Covllle. Pp. 87-108. June 9, 1897. 

3. Studies of Mexican and Central American plants. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 109-144, 

6 figs., 16 pis. Aug. 27, 1897. 

4. Studies of Mexican and Central American Plants — No. 2. By J. N. Rose. (With 

a section on "Ferns Collected in Mexico by J. N. Rose during the Months of 
August and September, 1897," pp. 146-151, by George E. Davenport.) Pp. 
145-200, 24 figs., 8 pis. Oct. 31, 1899. 

Two new species of plants from the northwestern United States. By L. F. Hen- 
derson. Pp. 201-202, 1 pi. Oct. 31, 1899. 

Hesperogenia, a new genus of Umbelliferae from Mount Rainier. By John M, 
Coulter and J. N. Rose. P. 203, 1 pi. Oct. 31, 1899. 

Three new species of Tradescantia from the United States. By J. N. Rose. 
Pp. 204-206. Oct. 31, 1899. 

Treleasea, a new genus of Coramelinaceae. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 207-208. Oct. 
31, 1899. 

Notes on useful plants of Mexico. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 209-259, 2 figs., 37 pis. 
Oct. 31, 1899. 

5. The plant covering of Ocracoke Island; a study in the ecology of the North 

Carolina strand vegetation. By Thomas H. Kearney, Jr. Pp. 261-319, 18 
figs. Aug. 1, 1900. 

6. Report on a botanical survey of the Dismal Swamp region. By Thomas H. 

Kearney. Pp. 321-550, 40 figs., 13 pis., 2 maps. Sept. 6, 1901. 

Volume 6 

Plant life of Alabama. By Charles Mohr. Pp. 1-921, 13 plf. July 31, 1901. 

Volume 7 

Systematic and geographic botany and aboriginal uses of plants. Pp. 1-8 (title page, 

contents, and note) ; pp. 9-408 (papers 1-3) ; 21 pis., 78 figs. 1900-1902. 
No. 

1. Monograph of the North American Umbelliferae. By John M. Coulter and J. N. 

Rose. Pp. 9-256, 65 figs., 9 pis. Dec. 31, 1900. 

2. The origin and distribution of the cocoa palm. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 257-293. 

Sept. 24, 1901. 

3. Plants used by the Indians of Mendocino County, California. By V. K. ChesnuL 

Pp. 295-408, 13 figs., 12 pis. Jan. 24, 1902. 

Volume 8 

Mexican, Central American, and Porto Rican plants. Pp. i-xiii (title, advertisement, 
title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-339 (parts 1-4) ; pp. 
341-373 (index) ; 19 figs., 73 pis. 1903-1905. 

Part 

1. Studies of Mexican and Central American plants — No. 3. By J. N. Rose. 

Pp. 1-SS, 11 figs., 12 pis June 16, 1903. 

2. Economic plants of Porto Rico. By O. F. Cook and G. N. Collins. Pp. 57-270, 

2 figs., 47 pis. June 27, 1903. 

3. A study of certain Mexican and Guatemalan species of Polypodium. By William 

R. Maxon. Pp. 271-280, 2 pis. June 27, 1903. 

4. Studies of Mexican and Central American plants — No. 4. By J. N. Rose. 

Pp. 281-339, 6 figs., 10 pis. Apr. 20, 1905. 

Volume 9 

The useful plants of the Island of Guam. By William Edwin Safford. Pp. 1-416, 
70 pis. Apr. 8, 1905. 



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Volume 10 

Systematic investigations in phanerogams, ferns, and diatoms. Pp. i-xii (title, 
advertisement, title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-508 
(parts 1-7) ; pp. 509-53S (index) ; 6 figs., 56 pis. 1906-1908. 

Part 

1. North American species of Festuca. By Charles V. Piper. Pp. 1-48, IS pis. 

Mar. 30, 1906. 

2. The genus Ptelea in the vpestern and southwestern United States and Mexico. 

By Edward L. Greene. Pp. 49-78. July 16, 1906. 

3. Studies of Mexican and Central American plants — No. 5. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 

79-132, 6 figs., 28 pis. Dec. 5, 1906. 

4. The Leguminosae of Porto Rico. By J. Perkins. Pp. 133-220, June 10, 1907. 

5. Report on the diatoms of the Albatross voyages in the Pacific Ocean, 1888-1904. 

By Albert Mann. (Assisted in the bibliography and citations by P. L. Ricker.) 
Pp. 221-442, 11 pis. July 11, 1907. 

6. The Cyperaceae of Costa Rica. By C. B. Clarke. Pp. 443-472. Jan. 21, 1908. 

7. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 1. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 473-508, 

2 pis. Mar. 30, 1908. 

Volume 11 

Flora of the State of Washington. By Charles V. Piper. Pp. 1-637, 22 pis., 1 map. 
Oct. 8, 1906. 

Volume 12 

Systematic investigations and bibliography. Pp. i-xvi (title, advertisement, title 
page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations; pp. 1-455 (parts 1-10); pp. 457- 
474 (index) ; 67 figs., 85 pis. 1908-1909. 

Part 

1. Catalogue of the botanical library of John Donnell Smith, presented in 1905 

to the Smithsonian Institution. Compiled by Alice Cary Atwood. Pp. 1-94. 
Apr. 23, 1908. 

2. The Lecythidaceae of Costa Rica. By H. Pittier de Fabrega. Pp. 95-101, 4 

figs., 8 pis. May 20, 1908. 
Tonduzia, a new genus of Apocynaceae from Central America. By H. Pittier 

de Fabrega. Pp. 103-104, 2 figs., 1 pi. May 20, 1908. 
A collection of plants from the vicinity of La Guaira, Venezuela. By J. R. 

Johnston. Pp. 105-111. May 20, 1908. 

3. Types of American grasses: A study of the American species of grasses de- 

scribed by Linnaeus, Gronovius, Sloane, Swartz, and Michaux. By A. S. 
Hitchcock. Pp. 113-158. June 18, 1908. 

4. The Mexican and Central American species of Sapinm. By Henry Pittier. Pp. 

159-169, 4 figs., 8 pis. Oct. 6, 1908. 

5. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America. By Henry 

Pittier, Pp. 171-181, 9 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 27, 1909. 

6. Catalogue of the grasses of Cuba. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 183-258. Mar. 

23, 1909. 

7. Studies of Mexican and Central American plants — No. 6. By J. N. Rose. 

Pp. 259-302, 29 figs., 7 pis. Apr. 12, 1909. 

8. The Allioniaceae of the United States, with notes on Mexican species. Bv 

Paul C. Standley. Pp. 303-389, 19 figs., 16 pis. Apr. 23, 1909. 

9. Thompsonella, a new genus of Crassulaceae from Mexico. By N. L. Britton 

and J. N. Rose. Pp. 391-392, 2 pis. May 10, 1909. 
Rediscovery of Echeveria carnicolor. By J. N. Rose. P. 393, 1 pi. May 10, 1909. 
Three new species of Crassulaceae from Guatemala. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 395-396, 

2 pis. May 10, 1909. 
Rediscovery of Cereus nudiflorus. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 397-398, 3 pis. May 

10, 1909. 
A species of Pereskia from Guatemala. By J. N, Rose. P. 399, 3 pis. May 

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New species of Opuntia from Arizona. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 401-402, 1 pi. 

May 10, 1909. 
Echinocereus ba'ileyi, a new cactus from Oklahoma. By J. N. Rose. P. 403, 

2 pis. May 10, 1909. 
Nopalea lutea, a new cactus from Guatemala. By J. N. Rose. P. 405, 1 pi. 

May 10, 1909. 
Conzattia a new genus of Caesalpiniaceae. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 407-408, 1 pi. 

May 10, 1909. 
Two new species of Acacia of the series Filicinae. By J. N. Rose. P. 409. 

May 10, 1909. 
A new spleenwort from China. By William R. Maxon. P. 411, 1 pi. May 10, 1909. 
10. The genus Cereus and its allies in North America. By N. L. Britton and J. N. 

Rose. Pp. 413-437, 16 pis. July 21, 1909. 
Five new species of Crassulaceae from Mexico. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 439-440, S 

pis. July 21, 1909. 
Supplement to the monograph of the North American Umbelliferae. By John 

M. Coulter and J. N. Rose. Pp. 441-451, 2 pis. July 21, 1909. 
Apogamy in the maize plant. By G. N. Collins. Pp. 453-455, 2 pis. July 21, 1909. 

Volume 13 

Systematic and ecological investigations and bibliography. Pp. i-xvi (title, advertise- 
ment, title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-466 (parts 1-12) ; 
pp. 467-489 (index) ; 91 figs., 96 pis., 1 map, 1909-1912. 

Part 

1. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 2. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 1-43, 

1 fig., 9 pis. June 30, 1909. 

2. Three new species of Echeveria from southern Mexico. By J. N. Rose and 

J. A. Purpus, Pp. 45-46, 5 pis. Feb. 21, 1910. 

3. The grasses of Alaska. By F. Lamson-Scribner and Elmer D. Merrill. Pp. 

47-92, 2 pis. June 8, 1910. 

4. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America — 2. By Henry 

Pittier. Pp. 93-132, 40 figs., 4 pis. June 11, 1910. 

5. Relationships of the ivory palms. By O, F, Cook. Pp. 133-141, 3 figs, June 

22, 1910. 

6. 1. The type localities of plants first described from New Mexico. By Paul 

C. Standley, Pp. 143-227. 2. A bibliography of New Mexican botany. By 
Paul C, Standley. Pp. 229-246, 1 pi., 1 map. Oct, 31, 1910, 

7. A preliminary treatment of the genus Castilla. By Henry Pittier. Pp. 247-279, 10 

figs., 22 pis. Dec, 31, 1910. 

8. The genus Talitium in Mexico, By J, N. Rose and Paul C. Standley. Pp. 281-288, 

2 pis. Feb. 24, 1911. 

Two new species of Harper ella. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 289-290. Feb. 24, 1911. 

9. Studies of Mexican and Central American plants — No. 7. By J. N. Rose. 

Pp. 291-312, 1 fig., 22 pis. Apr. 11, 1911. 

10. The Gyrophoraceae of California. By Albert W, C T, Herre, Pp, 313-321, 

6 pis. June 8, 1911. 
The plant life of Ellis, Great, Little, and Long Lakes in North Carolina, 

By William H. Brown, Pp, 323-341, 1 fig, June 8, 1911. 
A revision of the subgenus Cyclobothra of the genus Calochortus. By Joseph H. 

Painter, Pp, 343-350, June 8, 1911, 
A revision of the cichoriaceous genera Krigia, Cynthia, and Cymbia. By Paul 

C. Standley. Pp. 351-357, June 8, 1911. 
New or noteworthy plants from the eastern United States. By Edward S. 

Steele. Pp. 359-374. June 8, 1911. 
Two new shrubs from Lower California, By Paul C, Standley and E. A. 

Goldman, P, 375. June 8, 1911, 

11. The Allioniaceae of Mexico and Central America. By Paul C. Standley. 

Pp, 377-430, 4 pis. July 12, 1911. 

12. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America. By Hcnrj' 

Pittier. Pp. 431-466, 35 figs., 19 pis. Jan. 5, 1912. 



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Volume 14 

Lichens of Minnesota; history of coconut paim; grama grasses. Pp. i-xiv (title, 
advertisement, title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-428 
(parts 1-3) ; pp. 429-444 (index) ; 63 ligs., 84 pis. 1910-1912. 

Part 

1. The lichens of Minnesota. By Biuce Fink. Pp. 1-269, 18 figs., 52 pis. June 1, 1910. 

2. History of the coconut palm in America. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 271-342, 15 pis. 

Dec. 31, 1910. 

3. The grama grasses: Bontehua and related genera. By David Griffiths. Pp. 

343-428, 45 figs., 17 pis. Feb. 24, 1912. 

Volume 15 

The North American species of Panicum, By A. S. Hitchcock and Agnes Chase. 
Pp. 1-396, 370 figs. Oct. 22, 1910. 

Volume 16 

Systematic investigations in phanerogams, ferns, and mosses. Pp. i-xv (title, 
advertisement, title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-371 
(parts 1-14) ; pp. 373-389 (index) ; 54 figs., 133 pis., 1 map. 1912-1916. 

Part 

1. The relationship of Asplenium andreiusii. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 1-3, 2 pU. 

Feb. 13, 1912. 
Report on a collection of plants from the Pinacate region of Sonora. By J. N. 

Rose and Paul C. Standley. Pp. 5-20, 1 fig., 14 pis. Feb. 13, 1912. 
Tumamoca, a new genus of Cucurbitaceae. By J. N. Rose. P. 21, 1 pi. Feb. 

13, 1912. 
New or interesting mosses from Panama. By R. S. Williams. Pp. 23-24. 

Feb. 13, 1912. 

2. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 3. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 25-62, 

17 pis. June 19, 1912. 

3. The North American species of Nymphaea. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., and Paul 

C. Standley. Pp. 63-108, 39 figs., 13 pis. July 6, 1912. 

4. Descriptions of new plants preliminary to a report upon the flora of New 

Mexico. By E. O. Wocton and Paul C. Standley. Pp. 109-196, 3 pis. 
Feb. 12, 1913. 

5. Supplementary notes on American species of Festuca. By Charles V. Piper. 

Pp. 197-199. Feb. 11, 1913. 
Delphinium simplex and its immediate allies. By Charles V. Piper. Pp. 201-203. 

Feb. 11, 1913. 
The identity of Heuchera cylindrica. By Charles V. Piper. Pp. 205-206. 

Feb. 11, 1913. 
New or noteworthy species of Pacific coast plants. By Charles V. Piper. Pp. 

207-210. Feb. 11, 1913. 
The American species of Meibomia of the section Nephromeria. By J. N. Rose 

and Paul C. Standley. Pp. 211-216, 1 pi. Feb. 11, 1913. 
Raimondia, a new genus of Annonaceae from Colombia. By W. E. Safford. 

Pp. 217-219, 2 pis. Feb. 11, 1913. 
Four new species of goldenrod from the eastern United States. By E. S. Steele. 

Pp. 221-224. Feb. 11, 1913. 

6. Three new genera of stilt palms (Iriarteaceae) from Colombia, with a synopti- 

cal review of the family. By O. F. Cook and C. B. Doyle. Pp. 225-238, 1 fig., 
12 pis. Feb. 21, 1913. 

7. Studies in Cactaceae— 1. By N. L. Britton and J. N. Rose. Pp. 239-242, 8 pis. 

Apr. 10, 1913. 
%. Relationships of the false date palm of the Florida Keys, with a synoptical key 
to the families of American palms. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 243-254, 4 pis. 
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9. The genus Epiphyllum and its allies. By N. L. Britton and J. N. Rose. Pp. 

255-262, 7 pis. June 6, 1913. 

10. Annona sericea and its allies. By William E. SafPord. Pp. 263-275, 3 figs., 15 

pis. Dec. 13, 1913. 

11. Nomenclature of the sapote and the sapodilla. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 277-285, 2 pis. 

Dec. 13, 1913. 

12. A monograph of the Hauyeae and Gongylocarpeae, tribes of the Onagraceae. 

By John Donnell Smith and J. N. Rose. Pp. 287-298, 10 figs. Aug. 23, 1913. 

13. Botrychium virginianum and its forms. By Ivar Tidestrom. Pp. 299-303, 1 pi. 

Dec. 29, 1913. 
Sp/ienoclea zeylanica and Caperonia palustris in the southern United States. 
By Ivar Tidestrom. Pp. 305-307, 1 pi. Dec. 29, 1913. 

14. Plant records of an expedition to Lower California. By Edward A. Goldnaan. 

Pp. 309-371, 30 pis. Feb. 10, 1916. 

Volume 17 

Systematic investigations in lichens and ferns, grasses and other phanerogams. 

Pp. i-xiv (title, advertisement, title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; 

pp. 1-625 (parts 1-8); pp. 627-647 (index); 149 figs., 54 pis. 1913-1916. 
Part 

1. The lichen flora of southern California. By Hermann Edward Hasse. Pp. 

1-132. June 19, 1913. 

2. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 4. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 133-179, 

7 figs., 10 pis. June 20, 1913. 

3. Mexican grasses in the United States National Herbarium. By A. S. Hitchcock. 

Pp. 181-389. July 15, 1913. 

4. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 5. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 391-425, 

3 figs., 13 pis. Jan. 21, 1914. 

5. Studies of tropical American phanerogams — No. 1. By Paul C. Standley. Pp. 

427-458, 8 pis. Jan. 30, 1914. 

6. Tropical North American species of Panicum. By A. S. Hitchcock and Agnes 

Chase. Pp. 459-539, 139 figs. July 24, 1915. 

7. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 6. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 541-608, 

12 pis. May 23, 1916. 

8. Branching and flowering habits of cacao and patashte. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 

609-625, 11 pis. June 28, 1916. 

Volume 18 

Systematic investigations of tropical American plants. Pp. i-xvii (title, advertise- 
ment, title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-471 (parts 1-7) ; 
pp. 473-494 (index) ; 104 figs., 106 pis. 1914-1917. 

Part 

1. Classification of the genus Annona, with descriptions of new and imperfectly 

known species. By W. E. Safford. Pp. 1-68, 75 figs., 41 pis. June 17, 1914. 

2. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America — 4. By Henry 

Pittier. Pp. 69-86, 12 figs., 15 pis. Apr. 16, 1914. 

3. Studies of tropical American phanerogams — No. 2. By Paul C. Standley. 

Pp. 87-142. Feb. 11, 1916. 

4. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America — 5. By Henry 

Pittier. Pp. 143-171, 10 figs., 24 pis. Mar. 3, 1916. 

5. Preliminary revision of the genus Inga. By Henry Pittier. Pp. 173-223, 25 pli. 

Oct. 30, 1916. 

6. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America — 6. By Henry 

Pittier. Pp. 225-259, 7 figs., 1 pi. Sept. 22, 1917. 

7. Grasses of the West Indies. By A. S. Hitchcock and Agnes Chase. Pp. 261-471. 

Sept. 1, 1917. 

Volume 19 

Flora of New Mexico. By E. O. Wooton and Paul C. Standley. Pp. 1-794. 
June 24, 1915. 



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Volume 20 

Systematic studies of American plants. Pp. i-xv (title, advertisement, title page, note, 
preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-588 (parts 1-14) ; pp. 589-605 (index) ; 
70 figs., 51 pis. 1917-1925. 

Part 

1. The Mexican and Central American species of Ficus. By Paul C, Standlcy. 

Pp. 1-35. May 31, 1917. 

2. The Middle American species of Lonchocarpus. By Henry Pittier. Pp. 37-93, 

43 figs., 6 pis. Aug. 3, 1917. 

3. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America — 7. By Henry 

Pittier. Pp. 95-132, 19 figs., 1 pi. June 18, 1917. 

4. The North American species of Aquilegia. By Edwin Blake Payson. Pp. 133-157, 

7 pis. Oct. 14, 1918. 

5. The allies of Selaginella rupestris in the southeastern United States. By G. P. 

Van Eseltine. Pp. 159-172, 8 figs., 8 pis. Oct. 1, 1918. 

6. Studies of tropical American phanerogams. By Paul C. Standley. Pp. 173-220. 

Aug. 29, 1919. 

7. The genus Homalium in America. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 221-235. Sept. 9, 1919. 
New South American spermatophytes collected by H. M. Curran. By S. F. 

Blake. Pp. 237-245. Sept. 9, 1919. 

8. The North American species of Aster ella. By Alexander W. Evans. Pp. 247-312. 

Apr. 29, 1920. 

9. Scrophulariaceae of the central Rocky Mountain States. By Francis W. Pen- 

nell. Pp. 313-381. Apr. 29, 1920. 

10. Revision of the genus Acanthospermiim. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 383-392, 1 pi. 

June 20, 1921. 
Revision of the genus Flourensia. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 393-409. June 20, 1921. 
Revision of the genus Oyedaea. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 411-422. June 20, 1921. 
Revision of the genus Tithonia. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 423-436. June 20, 1921. 

11. The identification of Berberis aqutfoUum and Berberis repens. By Charles V. 

Piper. Pp. 437-451, 3 pis. Jan. 26, 1922. 

12. New or noteworthy plants from Colombia and Central America — 8. By Henry 

Pittier. Pp. 453-490, 4 pis. Jan. 9, 1922. 
13 Revision of the American species of Rinorea. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 491-518, 7 pis. 
July 19, 1924. 
New plants from Venezuela. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 519-541, 10 pis. July 19, 1924. 
Hemibaccharis, a new genus of Baccharidinae. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 543-554, 
4 pis. July 19, 1924. 
14. The American species of Canavalia and Wenderothia. By C. V. Piper. Pp. 
555-588. Apr. 27, 1925. 

Volume 21 

Flora of the District of Columbia and vicinity. By A. S. Hitchcock and Paul C. 
Standley. Pp. 1-329, 1 fig., 42 pis. 1919. 

Volume 22 

Systematic plant studies, chiefly tropical American. Pp. i-xlv (title, advertisement, 
title page, note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-748 (parts 1-10) ; 
pp. 749-777 (index) ; 87 figs., 64 pis. 1920-1927. 

Part 

1. Revisions of North American grasses: The North American species of 

Ichnanthus. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 1-12, 9 pis.; The North American 
species of Lasiacis. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 13-31, 15 pis.; The North 
American species of Brachiaria. By Agnes Chase. Pp. 33-43, 6 figs.; The 
North American species of Cenchrus. By Agnes Chase. Pp. 45-77, 14 figs. 
Mar. 29, 1920. 

2. A study of Allocarya. By Charles V. Piper. Pp. 79-113. Mar. 13, 1920. 

S. Revisions of North American grasses: The North American species of Isachne. 
By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 115-121, 8 pis.; The North American species of 



36 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Oplismenus. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 123-132, 4 figs.; The North American 
species of Echinochha. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 133-153, 11 figs.; The North 
American species of Chaeiochloa. By A, S. Hitchcock. Pp. 155-208, 27 figs. 
Nov. 1, 1920. 

4. The North American species of Pennisetum. By Agnes Chase. Pp. 209-234, 14 

figs. Feb. 2, 1921. 

5. Flora of Glacier National Park, Montana. By Paul C, Standley. Pp. 235-438, 

20 pis. Mar. 16, 1921. 

6. Grasses of British Guiana. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 439-515, 10 figs., 1 pi. 

May 24, 1922. 

7. The North American species of Aristuia. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 517-586. 

May 21, 1924. 

8. New American Asteraceae. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 587-661, 1 fig., 10 pis. May 

22, 1924. 

9. Studies in American Phaseolineae. By C. V. Piper. Pp. 663-701, 1 pi. June 

12, 1926. 

10. The North American species of Scutellaria. By Emery C. Leonard. Pp. 703-748. 

Feb. 9, 1927. 

Volume 23 

Trees and shrubs of Mexico. By Paul C. Standley. Pp. i-vil (title, advertisement, 
note, preface, contents); pp. 1-1681 (parts 1-5) ; pp. 1683-1721 (index). 1920-1926. 
Part 

1. Gleicheniaceae-Betulaceae. Pp. 1-169. Oct. 11, 1920. 

2. Fagaceae-Fabaceae. Pp. 171-515. July 14, 1922. 

3. Oxalidaceae-Turneraceae. Pp. 517-848. July 18, 1923. 

4. Passifloraceae-Scrophulariaceae. Pp. 849-1312. Dec. 31, 1924. 

5. Bignoniaceae-Asteraceae. Pp. 1313-1681. Nov. 15, 1926. 

Volume 24 

Plant studies, chiefly tropical American. Pp. i-xii (title, advertisement, title page, 

note, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-762 (parts 1-9) ; pp. 763-802 

(index) ; 4 figs., 52 pis. 1922-1930. 
Part 

1. New plants from Guatemala and Honduras. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 1-32, 4 figs., 

10 pis. Jan. 11, 1922. 

2. Studies of tropical American ferns — No. 7. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 33-63, 

10 pis. Aug. 15, 1922. 

3. Key to frenus Diplostephium, with descriptions of new species. By S. F. Blake. 

Pp. 65-86, 8 pis. Aug. 11, 1946. 

4. Native names and uses of some plants of eastern Guatemala and Honduras. 

By S. F. Blake. Pp. 87-100, 5 pis. Aug. 18, 1922. 

5. Economic fruit-bearing plants of Ecuador. By Wilson Popenoe. Pp. 101-134, 

16 pis. May 28, 1924. 

6. A bibliographic study of Beauvols' Apvostographic. By Cornelia D. Niles. With 

introduction and botanical notes, by Agnes Chase. Pp. 135-214. Aug. 20, 1925. 

7. The North American species of Stipa. By A, S. Hitchcock. Pp. 215-262, 3 pis. 

Nov. 20, 1925. 
Synopsis of the South American species of Stipa. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 263-289. 
Nov. 20, 1925. 

8. The grasses of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 291-556. 

May 4, 1927. 

9. The grasses of Central America. By A. S. Hitchcock. Pp. 557-762. Feb. 12, 1930. 

Volume 25 

Flora of Utah and Nevada. Bv Ivar TIdestrom. Pp. 1-655, 2 figs., 15 ph., 1 map. 
Oct. 31, 1925. 



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Volume 26 

Systematic plant studies: mainly tropical America. Pp. i-xii (title, advertisement, 
title page, dates of publication, errata, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 
1-530 (parts 1-10) ; pp. 531-554 (index) ; 39 figs., 40 pis. 1927-1939. 

Pan 

1. The Lecythidaceae of Central America. By H. Pittier. Pp. 1-14, 12 pis. 

May 2, 1927. 

2. The Piperaceae of Panama. By William Trelease. Pp. 15-50. May 21, 1927. 

3. Costa Rican mosses collected by Paul C. Standley in 1924-1926. By Edwin B. 

Bartrara. Pp. 51-114, 39 figs. Oct. 31, 1928. 

4. The Piperaceae of Costa Rica. By William Trelease. Pp. 115-226. Dec. 31, 1929. 

5. Notes on certain type specimens of American Asteraceae in European herbaria. 

By S. F. Blake. Pp. 227-263. Mar. 10, 1930. 

6. Asiatic Pteridophyta collected by Joseph F. Rock, 1920-1924. By Carl Christen- 

sen. Pp. 265-337, 17 pis. Apr. 2, 1931. 

7. The Mexican and Central American species of Viburnum. By C. V. Morton. 

Pp. 339-366. Nov. 16, 1933. 

8. New species of Pilea from the Andes. By Ellsworth P. Killip. Pp. 367-394. 

Jan. 30, 1936. 

9. A revision of Besleria. By C. V. Morton. Pp. 395-474. May 9, 1939. 

10. The Andean species of Pilea. By Ellsworth P. Killip. Pp. 475-530, 11 pis. 

June 14, 1939. 

Volume 27 

Flora of the Panama Canal Zone. By Paul C. Standley. Pp. i-x, 1-416, 7 figs., 67 pU. 
Jan. 31, 1928. 

Volume 28 

Systematic plant studies. Pp. i-xii (title, advertisement, title page, dates of publica- 
tion, errata, preface, contents, and illustrations) ; pp. 1-675 (parts 1-4) ; pp. 
677-694 (index) ; 144 figs., $27 pis. 1929-1941. 

Part 

1. The North American species of Paspalum. By Agnes Chase. Pp. 1-310, 142 figs. 

June 28, 1929. 

2. The American species of Thibaudieae. By Albert C. Smith. Pp. 311-547, 1 fig., 

19 pis. June 27, 1932. 

3. Marine algae of the Smithsonian-Hartford Expedition to the West Indies, 1937. 

By William Randolph Taylor. Pp. 549-561, 1 pi. June 12, 1940. 

4. Plants collected by R. C. Ching in southern Mongolia and Kansu Province, 

China. By Egbert H. Walker. Pp. 563-675, 1 fig., 7 pis. July 22, 1941. 

Volume 29 

[Volume in progress.] 
Part 

1. Taxonomic studies of tropical American plants. By C. V. Morton. Pp. 1-86. 

Mar. 23, 1944. 

2. Mexican phanerogams described by M. E. Jones. By C. V. Morton. Pp. 87-116. 

May 21, 1945. 
Asteraceae described from Mexico and the southwestern United States by M. E. 
Jones, 1908-1935. By S. F. Blake. Pp. 117-137. May 21, 1945. 

3. The American species of Ilymenophyllum, section Sphaerocionium. By C. V. 

Morton. (In press.) 

Volume 30 

[Volume in progress.] 
Part 

1. A botanical bibliography of the islands of the Pacific. By Elmer D. Merrill. 
(In press.) 
A subject index to Elmer D. Merrill's "A Botanical Bibliography of the Islands 
of the Pacific." By Egbert H. Walker. (In press.) 



SPECIAL BULLETINS 

1. Life histories of North American birds with special reference to their breeding 

habits and eggs. By Charles Bendire. Pp. viii, 1-446, 12 pis. (col.). 1892. 

2. Oceanic ichthyology, a treatise on the deep-sea and pelagic fishes of the world, 

based chiefly upon the ccllections made by the steamers Blake, Albatross, and 
Fish Haivk in the Northwestern Atlantic By George Brown Goode and 
Tarleton H. Bean. Vol. 1, pp. xxxv, 1-553, 24 figs., 1 diagram; Vol. 2, pp. 
xxiii, 1-26, 123 pis. 1895. 

3. Life histories of North American birds, from the parrots to the grackles, with 

special reference to the breeding habits and eggs. By Charles Bendire. Pp. 
ix, 1-518, 7 pis. (col.). 1895. 

4. American hydroids. By Charles Cleveland Nutting. Pt. 1, The Plumularidae, 

pp. ii, 1-285, 124 figs., 34 pis., 1900. Pt. 2, The Sertularidae, pp. ii, 1-325; 
139 figs., 41 pis., 1904. Pt. 3, The Carapanularidae and the Bonneviellidae, 
pp. iii, 1-126, 6S figs., 27 pis., 1915. 



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PROCEEDINGS 
Volume 1 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 1. Pp. i-iv (title page and 
table of contents); pp. 1-488 (Proceedings papers 1-61); pp. 489-520 (index); 
7 figs., 8 pis. 1879. 

Proc. 

No. ^ 

1. Descriptions of new forms of mollusks from Alaska contained in the collec- 

tions of the National Museum. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 1-3. Mar. 27, 1878. * 

2. Postpliocene fossils in the coast range of California. By W. H. Dall. P. J. 

Mar. 27, 1878. 

3. Notes on the American species of the genus Cybium. By Felipe Poey. Pp. 

3-5. Mar. 27, 1878. 

4. The Clupea tyrannus of Latrobe. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 5-6. Mar. 27, 

1878. 

5. The occurrence of Belone latimanus in Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts. By 

G. Brown Goode. Pp. 6-7. Mar. 27, 1878. 

6. The voices of crustaceans. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 7-8. Mar. 27, 1878. 

7. On a new humming bird {Atthis ellioti) from Guatemala. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 8-10, 2 figs. Mar. 27, 1878. 

8. Fossil mollusks from later Tertiaries of California. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 

10-16. Mar. 27, 1878. 

9. The manufacture of porpoise-oil. By Caleb Cook. P. 16, Mar. 27, 1878; 

pp. 17-18. Sept. 12, 1878. 

10. The Craig flounder of Europe, Glyptocephalus cynoglossns, on the coast of 

North America. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 19-23. 
Sept. 12, 1878. 

11. Note on shells from Costa Rica kitchenmidden, collected by Drs. Flint and 

Bransford. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 23-24. Sept. 12, 1878. 

12. Arsenic acid for protecting anatomical preparations from insects. By J. B. S. 

Jackson. P. 24. Sept. 12, 1878. 

13. The oceanic bonito on the coast of the United States. By G. Brown Goode 

and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 24-26. Sept. 12, 1878. 

14. Distribution of Californian Tertiary fossils. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 26-30. 

Sept. 12, 1878. 

15. A revision of the American species of the genus Brevoortia, with a description 

of a new species from the Gulf of Mexico. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 30-42. 
Sept. 12, 1878. 

16. Description of Caulolatilus microps, a new species of fish from the Gulf 

coast of Florida. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 42-45. 
Sept. 12, 1878. 

17. The occurrence of Hippocampus antiquorum, or an allied form, on Saint 

George's Banks. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 45-46. Sept. 12, 1878. 

18. Descriptions of new species of shells from California in the collections of the 

National Museum. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 46-47. Sept. 12, 1878. 

19. Catalogue of the birds of Dominica from collections made for the Smith- 

sonian Institution by Frederick A. Ober, together with his notes and 
observations. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 48-69. Sept. 12, 1878. 

20. Notes on a collection of fishes from Clackamas River, Oregon. By David S. 

Jordan. Pp. 69-85. Sept. 12, 1878. 

21. A review of the American species of the genus Scops, Savigny. By Robert 

Ridgway. Pp. 85-112, Sept. 12, 1878; pp. 113-117. Oct. 9, 1878. 

22. Notes on the ornithology of southern Texas, being a list of birds observed 

in the vicinity of Fort Brown, Texas, from February, 1876, to June, 1878. 

By James C. Merrill. Pp. 118-160, Oct. 9, 1878; pp. 161-173, 3 pis., 

Oct^24, 1878. 

* Proceedings papers Nos. 1-760 were issued by signatures, and when the published date for k 
signature differs from the date it was received from the printer at the National Museum, the latter 
date has been used here as the actual date of publication. After No. 760 each article has its actual 
date of publication recorded in the completed volume of Proceedings. 

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Proc. 

No. 

23. On a new serranoid fish, Epinephehis drnmviond-hayi, from the Bermudas 

and Florida. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 173-175. 
Oct. 24, 1878. 

24. Descriptions of two new species of fishes, Lutjanus blackfordii and Lutjanus 

stearnsii, from the coast of Florida. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. 
Bean. P. 176, Oct. 24, 1878; pp. 177-181, Oct. 28, 1878. 

25. A note on the Gulf menhaden, Brevoortia patronus, Goode. By Silas Stearns. 

Pp. 181-182. Oct. 28, 1878. 

26. A note upon the black grouper {Epinephelus nigritus) (Holbrook, Gill) of 

the southern coast. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 182- 
184. Oct. 28, 1878. 

27. Catalogue of the birds of St. Vincent, from collections made by Mr. Fred A. 

Ober, under the directions of the Smithsonian Institution, with his notes 
thereon. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 185-198. Oct. 28, 1878. 

28. Description of a new sparoid fish, Sargiis holbrookii, from Savannah Bank. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 198-200. Oct. 28, 1878. 

29. Catalogue of casts taken by Clark Mills, Esq., of the heads of sixty-four 

Indian prisoners of various western tribes, and held at Fort Marion, Saint 
Augustine, Fla., in charge of Capt. R. H. Pratt, U. S. A. [By R. H. Pratt.] 
Pp. 201-208, Oct. 28, 1878; pp. 209-214, Dec. 18, 1878. 

30. Synopsis of the pediculate fishes of the eastern coast of extratropical North 

America. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 215-221. Dec. 18, 1878. 

31. Note on the Antennariidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 221-222. Dec. 18, 1878. 

32. On the proper specific name of the common antennariid Pterophryne, By 

Theodore Gill. Pp. 223-224, Dec. 18, 1878; pp. 225-226, Dec. 23, 1878. 

33. Note on the Ceratiidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 227-231. Dec. 23, 1878. 

34. Note on the Maltheidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 231-232. Dec. 23, 1878. 

35. Catalogue of the birds of Antigua and Barbuda, from collections made for 

the Smithsonian Institution, by Mr. Fred A. Ober, with his observations. 
By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 232-240, Dec. 23, 1878; pp. 241-242, 1878? 
(exact date of publication unknown). 

36. Note on Perca flavescens. By Franz Steindachner. P. 243. 1878? (exact date 

of publication unknown). 

37. On the destruction of fish in the vicinity of the Tortugas during the months 

of September and October, 1878. By J. P. Jefferson, Joseph Y. Porter, and 
Thomas Moore. Pp. 244-246. 1878? (exact date of publication unknown). 

38. Descriptions of several new species and geographical races of birds con- 

tained in the collection of the United States National Museum. By Robert 
Ridgway. Pp. 247-252. 1878? (exact date of publication unknown). 

39. Description of two new species of birds from Costa Rica, and notes on other 

rare species from that country. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 252-255. 1878? 
(exact date of publication unknown). 

40. Description of two gadoid fishes, Phycis chesteri and Haloporphyrus viola, 

from the deep-sea fauna of the northwestern Atlantic. By G. Brown Goode 
and Tarleton H. Bean. P. 256, 1878? (exact date of publication unknown) ; 
pp. 257-260, Feb. 5, 1879. 

41. Description of Argeritina syrtensium, a new deep-sea fish from Sable Island 

Bank. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 261-263. Feb. 5, 1879. 

42. On the occurrence of the oceanic bonito, Orcynus pelamys, (Linne) Poey, 

in Vineyard Sound, Massachusetts. By Vinal N. Edwards. P. 263. Feb. 
5, 1879. 

43. Notes on the western gizzard shad, Dorosoma cepedianum heterurum, (Raf.) 

Jordan. By Samuel Wilmot. Pp. 263-264. Feb. 5, 1879. 

44. The occurrence of the Canada porcupine in West Virginia. By G. Brown 

Goode. Pp. 264-265. Feb. 5, 1879. 



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Proc. 
No. 

45. Catalogue of the birds of Grenada, from a collection made by Mr. Fred. A. Ober 

for the Smithsonian Institution, including others seen by him, but not 
obtained. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 265-272, Feb. 5, 1879; pp. 273-278, 
Feb. 15, 1879. 

46. On the breeding habits of the sea-catfish {Ariopsis milbertif). By N. T. 

Lupton. Pp. 278-279. Feb. 15, 1879, 

47. On the occurrence of Stichaeus ptinctatus, (Fabr.) Kroyer, at St. Michael's, 

Alaska. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 279-281. Feb. 15, 1879. 

48. Report on the limpets and chitons of the Alaskan and Arctic regions, with 

descriptions of genera and species believed to be new. By W. H. Dall. 
Pp. 281-288, figs. A-C, Feb. IS, 1879; pp. 289-336, figs. D, E, Feb. 17, 1879; 
pp. 337-344, 5 pis., Feb. 19, 1879. 

49. On the identity of Euclialarodus pxitnami, Gill, with Pleuronectes glaber, 

(Storer) Gill, with notes on the habits of the species. By Tarleton H. 
Bean. Pp. 345-348. Feb. 19, 1879. 

50. The identity of Rhinonemus caudacuta (Storer) Gill with Gadus cimbrius, 

Linn. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H, Bean. Pp. 348-349. Feb. 19, 1879. 

51. Catalogue of the birds collected in Martinique by Mr. Fred, A. Ober for the 

Smithsonian Institution. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 349-352, Feb. 
19, 1879; pp. 353-360, Mar. 17, 1879. 

52. Notes on Platessa ferrugiriea, D. H. Storer, and Platessa rostrata, H. R. Storer. 

By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 361-362. Mar. 17, 1879. 

53. On the identity of Brosmius americanus, Gill, with Brosmius brosme, (Miiller) 

White. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 362-363. Mar. 
17, 1879. 

54. On the mortality of fishes in the Gulf of Mexico in 1878. By J. P. Jefferson. 

Pp. 363-364. Mar. 17, 1879. 

55. Notes on the fishes of Beaufort Harbor, North Carolina. By David S, Jordan 

and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 365-384, Mar. 17, 1879; pp. 385-388, Mar. 
25, 1879. 

56. A partial list of the birds of central California. By L. Belding. [Edited by 

R. Ridgway.] Pp. 388-432, Mar. 25, 1879; pp. 433-448, Mar. 28, 1879; 
p. 449, ?Apr. 30, 1879. 

57. Catalogue of a collection of birds obtained in Guadeloupe for the Smith- 

sonian Institution, by Mr. Fred. A. Ober. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 
449-462. ?Apr. 30, 1879. 

58. On two fishes from the Bermudas mistakenly described as new by Dr. 

Gunther. By G, Brown Goode. Pp. 462-463. ?Apr. 30, 1879. 

59. Description of a species of Lycodes {L. tiimeri) from Alaska, believed to 

be undescribed. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 463-466. ?Apr. 30, 1879. 

60. Descriptions of new species and races of American birds, including a synopsis 

of the genus Tyrannus, Cuvier. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 466-480, ?Apr. 
30, 1879; pp. 481-486, May ? 1879. 
6L A general catalogue of the birds noted from the islands of the Lesser Antilles 
visited by Mr. Fred. A. Ober; with a table showing their distribution, and 
those found in the United States. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 486-488. 
May ? 1879. 

Volume 2 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 2. Pp. i-iv (title page and 
table of contents) ; pp. 1-482 (Proceedings papers 62-101) ; pp. 483-499 (index) ; 
2 figs., 7 pis. 1880. 

62. Notes on the nests and eggs of the eight North American species of 
Empidonaces. By T. M. Brewer. Pp. 1-10. May 2?, 1879. 

6J. A list of European fishes in the collection of the United States National 
Museum. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 10-16, May 2?, 1879; pp. 17-32, 
May 6, 1879; pp. 33-44, July 7, 1879. 



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Proc. 
Na 

64. Description of a species of Ly codes {L. paxillus) obtained by the United 

States Fish Commission. By G. Brown Goode and Tarlcton H. Bean. 
Pp. 44-46. July 7, 1879. 

65. Description of a new species of Liparis {L. ranula) obtained by the United 

States Fish Commission oil Halifax, Nova Scotia. By G. Brown Goode and 
Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 46-48. July 7, 1879. 

66. Description of a new species of amber fish {Seriola stfarnsii) obtained near 

Pensacola, Florida, by Mr. Silas Stearns. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton 
H. Bean. Pp. 48-51. July 7, 1879. 

67. On the birds of Heligoland. By H. Gatke. Pp. 51-55. July 7, 1879. 

68. Description of Alepocephalus baird'n, a new species of fish from the deep- 

sea fauna of the western Atlantic. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. 
Bean. Pp. 55-57. July 7, 1879. 

69. On the species of Astroscopus of the eastern United States. By Tarleton H. 

Bean. Pp. 57-63. July 7, 1879. 

70. On the occurrence of Hippoglossus vulgaris, Flem., at Unalashka and St. 

Michael's, Alaska. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 63-66. July 7, 1879. 

71. Description of an apparently new species of Gcsterosteiis (G. atkinsii) from 

the Schoodic Lakes, Maine. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 67-69. July 7, 1879. 

72. Review of the Pleuronectidae of San Francisco. By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 

69-80, July 7, 1879; pp. 81-96, July 15, 1879; pp. 97-108, 1879 (exact date of 
publication unknown). 

73. A preliminary catalogue of the fishes of the St. John's River and the east coast 

of Florida, with descriptions of a new genus and three new species. By G. 
Brown Goode. Pp. 108-121. 1879 (exact date of publication unknown). 

74. Catalogue of a collection of fishes sent from Pensacola, Florida, and vicinity, 

by Mr. Silas Stearns, with descriptions of six new species. By G. Brown 
Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 121-128, 1879 (exact date of publication 
unknown); pp. 129-144, Sept. 25, 1879; pp. 145-156, Nov. 14, 1879. 

75. Notes on New England Isopoda. By Oscar Harger. Pp. 157-165. Nov. 14, 

1879. 

76. Notice of recent additions to the marine Invertebrata of the northeastern coast 

of America, with descriptions of new genera and species and critical remarks 
on others. Part 1 — Annelida, Gephyraea, Nemertina, Nematoda, Polyzoa, 
Tunicata, Mollusca, Anthozoa, Echinodermata, Porifera. By A. E. Verrill. 
Pp. 165-192, Nov. 14, 1879; pp. 193-205. Nov. 12, 1879. 

77. Description of a new genus and species of fish, Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps, 

from the south coast of New England. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton 
H. Bean. Pp. 205-208, Nov. 12, 1879; p. 209, Dec. 17, 1879. 

78. On the occurrence of Lycodes vahlii, Reinhardt, on La Have and Grand Banks. 

By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 209-210. Dec. 17, 1879. 

79. List of names, age, tribe, etc., of Indian boys and girls at Hampton Normal 

and Agricultural Institute, Virginia, plaster casts of whose heads were taken 
by Clark Mills, Esq., March, 1879. By R. H. Pratt. P. 211. Dec. 17, 1879. 

80. Description of a new fish from Alaska (Anarrhichas Upturns), with notes upon 

other species of the genus Anarrhichas. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 212-218. 
Dec. 17, 1879. 

81. Notes on certain typical specimens of American fishes in the British Museum 

and in the Museum d'Histoire Naturelie at Paris. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 
218-224, Dec. 17, 1879; pp. 225-226, Feb. 3, 1880. 

82. List of marine Invertebrata from the New England coast, distributed by the 

U. S. Commission of Fish and Fisheries. Series I. [By Richard Rathbun.] 
Pp. 227-232. Feb. 3, 1880. 

83. Occurrence of Chelura terebrans, a crustacean destructive to the timber of sub- 

marine structures, on the coast of the United States. By Sidney I. Smith. 
Pp. 232-235, 2 figs. Feb. 3, 1880. 

84. Description of new species of North American fishes. By David S. Jordan. 

Pp. 235-241. Feb. 3, 1880. 



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85. On the migrations and nesting habits of west-coast birds. By J. G. Cooper. 

Pp. 241-251. Feb. 3, 1880. 

86. Descriptions of new species of Carboniferous invertebrate fossils. By C. A. 

White. Pp. 252-256, Feb. 3, 1880; pp. 257-260, 1 pi., Feb. 21, 1880. 

87. A study of the trunk-fishes (Ostraciontidae), with notes upon the American 

species of the family. By G. Brown Goodc. Pp. 261-272, Feb. 21, 1880; 
pp. 273-283, Mar. 30, 1880. 

88. On the habits of the Rocky Mountain goat. By James C. Merrill. Pp. 283-284. 

Mar. 30, 1880. 

89. Notes on a collection of fishes from eastern Georgia. By Tarleton H. Beao. 

Pp. 284-286. Mar. 30, 1880. 

90. Description of a new species of Amiurus (A. ponderosus) from the Mississippi 

River. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 286-290. Mar. 30, 1880. 

91. Note on Endothyra oniata. By C. A. White. P. 291. Mar. 30, 1880. 

92. Note on Criocardium and Ethmocardium. By C. A. White. Pp. 291-292. Mar. 

30, 1880. 

93. Descriptions of new Cretaceous invertebrate fossils from Kansas and Texas. By 

C. A. White. Pp. 292-298, 5 pis. Mar. 30, 1880. 

94. Notes on a collection of fishes obtained in the streams of Guanajuato and in 

Chapala Lake, Mexico, by Prof. A. Duges. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 298- 
301. Mar. 30. 1880. 

95. Descriptions of two species of fishes collected by Prof. A. Duges in central 

Mexico. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 302-304, Mar. 30, 1880; p. 305, Mar. 31, 
1880. 

96. Report of experiments upon the animal heat of fishes, made at Provincetown, 

Mass., during the summer of 1879, in connection with operations of the 
United States Fish Commission. By J. H. Kidder. Pp. 306-326. Mar. 31, 1880. 

97. Descriptions of new genera and species of fishes from the coast of California. 

By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 326-332. Mar. 31, 1880. 

98. Catalogue of a collection of fishes obtained in the Gulf of Mexico, by Dr. J. W. 

Velie, with descriptions of seven new species. By G. Brown Goode and 
Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 333-345. Mar. 31, 1880. 

99. Notice of a new species of the "Willemoesia group of Crustacea" (Recent 

Eryontidae). By Sidney I. Smith. Pp. 345-352, Mar. 31, 1880; p. 353, 1 
pi., Apr. 8, 1880. 

100. Descriptions of some genera and species of Alaskan fishes. By Tarleton H. 

Bean. Pp. 353-359. Apr. 8, 1880. 

101. Fourth instalment of ornithological bibliography: Being a list of faunal pub- 

lications relating to British birds. By Elliott Coues. Pp. 359-368, Apr. 8, 
1880; pp. 369-384, Apr. 16, 1880; pp. 385-400, Apr. 19, 1880; 401-416, Apr. 
16, 1880; pp. 417-432, Apr. 19, 1880; pp. 433-448, May 5, 1880; pp. 449-464, 
1880 (exact date of publication unknown); 465-480, June 28, 1880; 481-482, 
July 6, 1880. 

Volume 3 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. '3. Pp. i-v (title page and 
table of contents) ; pp. 1-537 (Proceedings papers 102-184) ; pp. 539-589 (index) ; 
11 figs., 2 pis. 1881. 

102. Revisions of nomenclature of certain North American birds. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 1-16, 1880 (exact date of publication unknown). 

103. Description of a new species of bird of the family Turdidae, from the Island 

of Dominica, W. I. By Geo. N. Lawrence. Pp. 16-17, 1880 (exact date of 
publication unknown). 

104. Notes on a collection of fishes from east Florida, obtained by Dr. J. A. Hen- 

shall. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 17-21, 1880 (exact date of publication 
unknown). 

105. Notes on a collection of fishes from Saint John's River, Florida, obtained by 

Mr. A. H. Curtiss. By David S. Jordan. P. 22, 1880 (exact date of publica- 
tion unknown). 



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106. Notes on a collection of fishes from San Diego, California. By David S. Jor- 

dan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 23-32, 1880 (exact date of publication 
unknown) ; pp. 33-34, May 18, 1880. 

107. Description of a new flounder (Xystreurys liolepis), from Santa Catalina 

Island, California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 34-36. 
May 18, 1880. 

108. Description of a new ray (Platyrhina triseriaia), from the coast of California. 

By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert, Pp. 36-38. May 18, 1880. 

109. Description of a new species of "rock cod" {Sebastkhthys serriceps), from the 

coast of California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 38-40. 
May 18, 1880. 

110. On the occurrence of Cephaloscyllium laticeps (Dumeril) Gill, on the coast of 

California. By David 8. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 40-42. May 
18, 1880. 

111. On the oil-shark of southern California (Galeorhinus gnleus). By David S. 

Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 42-43. May 18, 1880. 

112. The surf-smelt of the Northwest coast, and the method of taking them by the 

Quillehute Indians, west coast of Washington Territory. By James G. 
Swan. Pp. 43-46. May 18, 1880. 

113. Note on the occurrence of Productus giganteus in California. By C. A. White. 

Pp. 46-47, 1 pi. May 18, 1880. 

114. Note on Acrothele. By C. A. White. P. 47. May 18, 1880. 

115. Description of a new Cretaceous Pinna from New Mexico. By C. A. White. Pp. 

47-48. May 18, 1880. 

116. Note on the occurrence of StriMandinia salteri and S. davidsoni in Georgia. 

Pp. 48-49. May 18, 1880. 

117. Description of a new flounder {Pleuronichthys verticaUs), from the coast of 

California, with notes on other species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. 
Gilbert. Pp. 49-51. May 18, 1880. 

118. Notes on sharks from the coast of California. By David S. Jordan and Chas. 

H. Gilbert. Pp. 51-52. May 18, 1880. 

119. On the generic relations of Platyrhina exasperata. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. P. 53. May 18, 1880. 

120. Remarks on the species of the genus Chirus found in San Francisco market, 

including one hitherto undescribed. By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 53-57. May 
18, 1880. 

121. Description of a new fish from Alaska (Uranidea microstoma). By W. N. 

Lockington. Pp. 58-59. May 18, 1880. 

122. Description of a new species of Agonidae (Brachyopsis verrucosus), from the 

coast of California. By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 60-63. May 18, 1880. 

123. Description of a new genus and some new species of California fishes (Icosteus 

aenigmatlcus and Osmerus atienuatus). By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 63-64, 
May 18, 1880; pp. 65-68, July 8, 1880. 

124. Description of a new hake {P/iycis earllii), from south California, and a note 

on the occurrence of Phycis regius in North Carolina. By Tarleton H. Bean. 
Pp. 69-70. July 8, 1880. 

125. Description of a new species of Sehast'ich.thys (Sebastichthys miniatus), from 

Monterey Bay, California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 
70-73. July 8, 1880. 

126. Description of a new species of "rock-fish" (Sebastichthys carnatus), from the 

coast of California. Ev David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 73- 
75. July 8, 1880. 

127. Check-list of duplicates of North American fishes distributed by the Smith- 

sonian Institution in behalf of the United States National Museum, 1877- 
1880. Prepared by Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 75-96, July 8, 1880; pp. 97-116. 
July 10, 1880. 

128. The littoral marine fauna of Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. By 

Richard Rathbun. Pp. 116-128, July 10, 1880; pp. 129-133, 1880 (exact date 
of publication unknownl. 



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129. Description of a new species of ray (Raia stelliilata) from Monterey, Cali- 

fornia. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 133-135. 1880 
(exact date of publication unknown). 

130. Descriptions of new species of Xipfiisier and Apodichthys, from Monterey, 

California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 135-110. 1880 
(exact d?te of publication unknown). 

131. Description of a very large fossil gasteropod from the state of Puebla, Mexico. 

By C. A. White. Pp. 140-142. 1 pi. 1880 (exact date of publication unknown). 

132. Description of two new species of Sebastichthys (Sebastichthys e?itomelas and 

Sebasfichthys rhodochloris), from Monterey Bay, California. By David S. 
Jordan and Charles 11. Gilbert. Pp. 142-144, 1880 (exact date of publication 
unknown) ; pp. 145-146, July 8, 1880. 

133. On the occurrence of a species of Cremnobates at San Diego, California. By 

Rosa Smith. Pp. 147-149. July 8, 1880. 

134. On some new species of Eocene Mollusca from the southern United States. 

By Angelo Heilprin. Pp. 149-152, 1 pi. July 8, 1880. 

135. Description of a new agonoid fish (Brachyopsis xyostertius), from Monterey 

Bay, California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 152-154. 
July 8, 1880. 

136. Description of a new flounder (Hippoglossoides exilis), from the coast of 

California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 154-156. July 
8, 1880. 

137. Descriptions of new invertebrate fossils from the Mesozoic and Cenozoic rocks 

of Arkansas, Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. By C. A. White. Pp. 157-160, 
July 8, 1880; pp. 161-162, Aug. 27, 1880. 

138. A catalogue of the birds of North America. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 163-208, 

Aug. 27, 1880; pp. 209-224, Sept. 9, 1880; pp. 225-246, Sept. 15, 1880. 

139. On the identity of the genus Leiirynnis, Lockington, with Lycodopsis, Collett. 

By Theodore Gill. Pp. 247-248. Sept. 15, 1880. 

140. Description of a new chiroid fish, Myrinlepis zonifer, from Monterey Bay, Cal- 

ifornia. By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 248-251. Sept. 15, 1880. 

141. Description of a new species of ray. Rata rhina, from the coast of California. 

By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 251-253. Sept. 15, 1880. 

142. Description of a new species of parrot of the genus Clirysotis, from the Island 

of Dominica. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 254-256, Sept. IS, 1880; p. 257, 
Sept. 22, 1880. 

143. The eulachon or candle-fish of the Northwest coast. By James G. Swan. Pp. 

257-264. Sept. 22, 1880. 

144. Description of two new species of fishes, Ascelichlhys rhodoriis and Scytalina 

cerdale, from Neah Bay, Washington Territory. By David S. Jordan and 
Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 264-268. Sept. 22, 1880. 

145. On Camaraphysema, a new type of sponge. By John A. Ryder. Pp. 269-272, 

7 figs. Sept. 22, 1880. 

146. Description of two new species of scopeloid fishes, Sud'ts ringens and Mycto- 

phum crenulare, from Santa Barbara Channel, California. By David S. Jor- 
dan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 273-276. Oct. 2, 1880. 

147. Description of two new species of flounders (Parophrys ischyrus and Hip- 

poglossoides elassodon), from Puget's Sound. By David S. Jordan and 
Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 276-280. Oct. 2, 1880. 

148. On the genitalia of male eels and their sexual characters. By S. Th. Cattie. 

Pp. 280-284, 1 fig. Oct. 2, 1880. 

149. Description of a new sparoid fish (Spams brachysomus), from Lower Cali- 

fornia. By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 284-286. Oct. 2, 1880. 

150. Description of seven new species of sebastoid fishes, from the coast of Cali- 

fornia. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 287-298. Oct. 2, 1880. 

151. Description of a new embiotocoid (Abeona aurora), from Monterey, Cali- 

fornia, with notes on a related species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. 
Gilbert. Pp. 299-301. Oct. 2, 1880. 

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152. Description of a new flounder (Platysomatichihys stomias), from the coast of 

California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 301-303. Oct. 
2, 1880. 

153. Description of a new embiotocoid fish (Cymatogaster rosaceus), from the coast 

of California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 303-304, 
Oct. 2, 1880; p. 305, Oct. 18, 1880. 

154. Description of a new species of deep-water fish (Icichthys lockingtoni) , from 

the coast of California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 
305-308. Oct. 18, 1880. 

155. Catalogue of Trochilidae in the collection of the United States National 

Museum. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 308-320. Oct, 18, 1880. 

156. Description of a new embiotocoid fish (Ditrema atripes), from the coast of 

California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. P. 320, Oct. 18, 
1880; pp. 321-322, Nov. 2, 1880. 

157. Description of a new scorpaenoid fish (Sebastichthys maliger), from the coast 

of California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 322-324. 
Nov. 2, 1880. 
158 Note on a new flat-fish {Lepidopsetta isohpis) found in the markets of San 
Francisco. By W. N. Lockington. P. 325. Nov. 2, 1880. 

159. Note on a forgotten paper of Dr. Ayres and its bearing on the nomenclature 

of the cyprinoid fishes of the San Francisco markets. By David S. Jordan. 
Pp. 325-327. Nov. 2, 1880. 

160. Note on "Sema" and "Dacentrus." By David S. Jordan. P. 327. Nov. 2, 1880. 

161. Description of a new scorpaenoid fish (Sebastichthys proriger), from Monterey 

Bay, California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 327-329. 
Nov. 2, 1880. 

162. Description of a new agonoid (Agonus vulsus), from the coast of California. 

By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 330-332. Nov. 2, 1880. 

163. List of species and varieties of minerals in the National Museum of the 

United States in 1879. By Fred. M. Endlich. Pp. 333-335. Nov. 2, 1880. 

164. Description of a new species of Hemirhamphus (Hemirhamphus rosae), from 

the coast of California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 
335-336. Nov. 2, 1880. 

165. Descriptions of seven new species of fishes from deep soundings on the south- 

ern New England coast, with diagnoses of two undescribed genera of 
flounders and a genus related to Merlucius, By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 337- 
350. Dec. 30, 1880. 

166. Description of a new species of Icterus from the West Indies. By George N. 

Lawrence. P. 351. Dec. 30, 1880. 

167. Description of a new species of notidanoid shark (Hexanchus corinus), from 

the Pacific coast of the United States. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. 
Gilbert. Pp. 352-355. Dec. 30, 1880. 

168. Notice of rerent additions to the marine Invertebrata, of the northeastern coast 

of America, with descriptions of new genera and species and critical 
remarks on others. Part II. — Mollusca, with notes on Annelida, Echino- 
dermata, etc., collected by the United States Fish Commission. By A. E. 
Verrill. Pp. 356-384, Dec. 30, 1880; pp. 385-400, Jan. 10, 1881; pp. 401-405, 
Jan. 14, 1881. 

169. [Notice of recent additions to the marine Invertebrata, of the northeastern coast 

of America, with descriptions of new genera and species and critical remarks 
on others.! Part III. — Catalogue of Mollusca recently added to the fauna of 
southern New England, By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 405-409. Jan. 14, 1881. 

170. Description of a new species of Nemichthys (Nemichthys avocetta), from Puget 

Sound. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 409-410. Jan. 14, 1881. 

171. Description of a new species of Paralepis (Paralepis coruscans), from the 

Straits of Juan de Fura. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 
411-413. Jan. 14. 1881. 



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172. Preliminary notice of the Crustacea dredged, in 64 to 32S fathoms, off the south 

coast of New England, by the United States Fish Commission in 1880. By 
S. I. Smith. Pp. 413-416, Jan. 14, 1881; pp. 417-432, Jan. 15, 1881; pp. 433- 
448, Jan. 17, 1881; pp. 449-452, Feb. 4, 1881. 

173. List of fishes of the Pacific coast of the United States, with a table showing 

the distribution of the species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. 
P. 452-458. Feb. 4, 1881. 

174. On the generic relations of Belone exilis Girard. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. P. 459. Feb. 4, 1881. 

175. Notes on a collection of fishes from Utah Lake. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 459-464, Feb. 4, 1881; p. 465, Feb. 25, 1881. 

176. Description of a new species of "rock-fish" (Sebasticlithys chrysomelas), from 

the coast of California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 
465-466. Feb. 25, 1881. 

177. Fishes from the deep water on the south coast of New England and obtained by 

the United States Fish Commission in the summer of 1880. By G. Brown 
Goode. Pp. 467-480, Feb. 25, 1881; pp. 481-486, Feb. 23, 1881. 

178. Description of a new species of Caranx (Caranx beani), from Beaufort, North 

Carolina. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 486-488. Feb. 23, 1881. 

179. On a collection of fishes from eastern Mississippi. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 488-515. 

Feb. 23, 1881. 

180. Synopsis and descriptions of the American Rhinobatidae. B) Samuel Garman. 

Pp. 516-523. Feb. 23, 1881. 

181. List of the North American species of myriapods belonging to the family of 

the Lysiopetalidae, with a description of a blind form from Luray Cave, 
Virginia. By John A. Ryder. Pp. 524-528, 3 figs., Feb. 23, 1881; p. 529, 
Apr. 28, 1881. 

182. Description of a new species of Prionotus (Frionoius step/ianop/irys), from the 

coast of California. By W. N. Lockington. Pp. 529-532. Apr. 28, 1881. 

183. The frigate mackerel, Auxis rochet, on the New England coast. By G. Brown 

Goode. Pp. 532-535. Apr. 28, 1881. 

184. Notacanthus phasganorus, a new species of Notacanthidae from the Grand 

Banks of Newfoundland. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 535-537. Apr. 28, 1881. 

Volume 4 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 4. Pp. i-v (title page and 
table of contents) ; pp. 1-475 (Proceedings papers 185-256) ; pp. 477-534 (index) ; 
13 figs., 1 pi. (With Appendix, 146 pp., circulars 1-18, individually paged.) 1882. 

185. Check-list of duplicates of fishes from the Pacific coast of North America, dis- 

tributed by the Smithsonian Institution in behalf of the United States National 
Museum, 1881. Prepared by David S. Jordan and Pierre L. Jouy. Pp. 1-18. 
Apr. 22, 1881. 

186. Description of a new species of Squalltis {Squaliiis aliciae), from Utah Lake. By 

Pierre Louis Jouy. P. 19. Apr. 22, 1881. 

187. Description of a new gobicid fish {Athonops eos), from San Diego, California. 

By Rosa Smith. Pp. 19-21. Apr. 22, 1881. 

188. On a duck new to the North American fauna. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 22-24. 

Apr. 22, 1881. 

189. On Amazilia yucatanesis (Cabot) and A. cerviniventris, Gould. By Robert 

Ridgway. Pp. 25-26. Apr. 22, 1881. 

190. Descriptions of new species of fishes {Uran'idea marginata, Potamocottus ben- 

direi) and of Myctophum crenulare J. and G. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 
26-29. Apr. 22, 1881. 

191. Notes on the fishes of the Pacific coast of the United States. By David S. 

Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 29-48, Apr. 22, 1881 ; pp. 49-64, May 
9, 1881; pp. 65-70, May 10, 1881. 



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No. 

192. Description of Sebastichthys myst'inus. By David S. Jordan and Charles H- 

Gilbert. Pp. 70-72. May 10, 1881. 

193. Description of a new species of Ptychochilus (Ptychochilus harfordi), from 

Sacramento River. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 72-73. 
May 10, 1881. 

194. Notes on Rata inornata. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 73- 

74. May 10, 1881. 

195. On the fish-mortality in the Gulf of Mexico. By Ernest Ingersoll. Pp. 74-80. 

May 10, 1881. 

196. Notes on Salmonidae of the upper Columbia. By Charles Bendire. 

Pp. 81-87, 1 fig. July 18, 1881. 

197. A revievr of the genera and species of the family Centrarchidae, with a 

description of one new species. By Charles L. McKay. Pp. 87-93. July 18, 1881. 

198. A review of the genus Centurus, Swainson. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 93-119. 

July 18, 1881. 

199. Observations on Sircdon lichenoides. By Wm. E. Carlin. Pp. 120-3 21. July 

18, 1881. 

200. On the destruction of fish by poisonous water in the Gulf of Mexico. By 

Joseph Y. Porter. Pp. 121-123. July 18, 1881. 

201. An analysis of water destructive to fish in the Gulf of Mexico. By F. M. 

Endlich. P. 124. July 18, 1881. 

202. Fish mortality in the Gulf of Mexico. By M. A. Moore. Pp. 125-126. July 18, 

1881. 

203. On the destruction of fish by polluted waters in the Gulf of Mexico. By W. C. 

W. Glazier. Pp. 126-127. July 18, 1881. 

204. Notes on some fishes from Hudson's Bay. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 127-129. 

July 18, 1881. 

205. On the mineralogical composition of the normal Mesozoic diabase upon the 

Atlantic border. By George W. Hawes. Pp. 129-134. July 18, 1881. 

206. On the determination of feldspar in thin sections of rocks. By George W. 

Hawes. Pp. 134-136. July 18, 1881. 

207. On certain Cretaceous fossils from Arkansas and Colorado. By C. A. White. 

Pp. 136-139, 1 pi. July 18, 1881. 

208. Description of a new species of Gobicsox (Gobiesox rhessodon) from San 

Diego, California. By Rosa Smith. Pp. 140-141. July 18, 1881. 

209. Description of a new genus and species of Cittidae. By W. N. Lockington. 

Pp. 141-144. July 18, 1881. 

210. Descriptions of new fishes from Alaska and Siberia. By Tarleton H. Bean. 

Pp. 144-159. July 18, 1831. 

211. Description of a new species of fish, Apogon pandionis, from the deep water 

off the mouth of Chesapeake Bay. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. 
Bean. P. 160, July 18, 1881; p. 161, Aug. 20, 1881. 

212. Metallic castings of delicate natural objects. [Translated.] P. 161. Aug. 20, 

1881. 

213. The occurrence of the Canada porcupine in Maryland. By Otto Lugger. Pp. 

161-162. Aug. 20, 1881. 

214. Note on the latiloid genera. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 162-164. Aug. 20, 1881. 

215. List of species of Middle and South American birds not contained in the 

United States National Museum. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 165-192, Aug. 
20, 1881; pp. 193-203, Nov. 25, 1881. 

216. Description of a new sub-species of Loxigilla from the Island of St. Chris- 

topher, West Indies. By George N. Lawrence. Pp. 204-205. Nov. 25, 1881. 

217. Notes on the mortality among fishes of the Gulf of Mexico. By S. H. Johnson. 

P. 205. Nov. 25, 1881. 

218. The comparative action of dry heat and sulphurous acid upon putrefactive 

bacteria. [Based on experiments by Dr. Wermch,] P. 206, Nov. 25, 1881. 

219. List of special desiderata among North American birds. By Robert Ridgway. 

Pp. 207-208, Nov. 25, 1881; pp. 209-223, Dec. 8, 1881. 



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220. On Semper's method of making dry preparations, [Abstract, with remarks 

by J. A. Ryder.] P. 224, Dec. 8, 1881; p. 225, Jan. 4, 1882. 

221. Notes on a collection of fishes, made by Lieut. Henry E. Nichols, U.S.N., on 

the west coast of Mexico, with descriptions of new species. By David S. 
Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 225-233. Jan. 4, 1882. 

222. Report on the contents of two bottles of water from the Gulf of Mexico, for- 

warded by the Smithsonian Institution. By W. G. Farlow. P. 234. Jan, 
4, 1882. 

223. Remains of the walrus (?) in Maine. By C. H. Boyd. Pp. 234-235, Jan. 4, 1882. 

224. Directions for collecting and preserving fish. By Tarleton H, Bean. Pp. 235- 

238. Jan. 4, 1882. 

225. A preliminary catalogue of the fishes of Alaskan and adjacent waters. By 

Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 239-240, Jan. 4, 1882; pp. 241-256, Jan. 9, 1882; pp. 
257-272, Jan. 4, 1882. 

226. Methods of making and preserving plaster casts. By Anthony Pirz. P. 272, 

Jan. 4, 1882; p. 273, Feb. 1, 1882. 

227. List of fishes collected by Lieut. Henry E. Nichols, U.S.N., in the Gulf of 

California and on the west coast of Lower California, with descriptions of 
four new species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 273-279, 
Feb, 1, 1882. 

228. On the genera of chitons. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 279-288, Feb. 1, 1882; pp. 289- 

291, Mar. 13, 1882. 

229. Notes on certain aboriginal shell mounds on the coast of New Brunswick and 

of New England. By S. F. Baird. Pp. 292-297. Mar. 13, 1882. 

230. List of marine invertebrates, mainly from the New England coast, distributed 

by the United States National Museum. Series II. Prepared by Richard 
Rathbun. Pp. 298-303, Mar. 13, 1882, 

231. List of marine invertebrates from the New England coast, distributed by the 

United States National Museum. Series III. — Educational Series. Prepared 
by Richard Rathbun. P. 304, Mar. 13, 1882; pp. 305-307, Mar. 15, 1882. 

232. Catalogue of a collection of Japanese woods presented to the United States 

National Museum by the University of Tokio, Japan. [Prepared by Lester 
F. Ward.] Pp. 308-311. Mar. 15, 1882. 

233. A partial bibliography of the fishes of the Pacific coast of the United States 

and of Alaska, for the year 1880. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 312-317. Mar. 
15, 1882. 

234. Catalogue of Old World birds in the United States National Museum, By 

Robert Ridgway. Pp. 317-320, Mar. 15, 1882; pp. 321-333, Mar. 16, 1882. 

235. Notes on some Costa Rican birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 333-336, Mar. 16, 

1882; p. 337, Apr. 6, 1882. 

236. Description of a new fly-catcher and a supposed new petrel from the Sand- 

wich Islands. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 337-338. Apr. 6, 1882. 

237. Descriptions of thirty-three new species of fishes from Mazatlan, Mexico. By 

David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 338-365. Apr. 6, 1882. 

238. Description of a new owl from Porto Rico, By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 366-368, 

Apr. 6, 1882; pp. 369-371, Apr. 13, 1882. 

239. Description of two new races of Myadestes obscurus Lafr, By Leonhard Stejne- 

ger. Pp. 371-374. Apr. 13, 1882. 

240. Descriptions of two new thrushes from the United States. By Robert Ridgway. 

Pp. 374-379. Apr. 13, 1882. 

241. Benthodesmus, a new genus of deep-sea fishes, allied to Lepldopus. By G. 

Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 379-383. Apr. 13, 1882. 

242. Description of a new species of Pomadasys from Mazatlan, with a key to the 

species known to inhabit the Pacific coasts of tropical America. By David 
S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 383-384, Apr. 13, 1882; pp. 385-388, 

Apr. 25, 1882. 

243. The rapid preparation of large myological specimens. By Felix Plateau. 

Pp. 388-391. Apr. 25, 1882. 



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244. On the Chinnook names of the salmon in the Columbia River. By Silas B. 

Smith. Pp. 391-392. Apr. 25, 1882. 

245. Remarks upon the osteology of Opheosaurus ventralis. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 

392-400, 9 figs. Apr. 25, 1882. 

246. On certain limpets and chitons from the deep waters off the eastern coast of 

the United States. By W. H. Dall. P. 400, Apr. 25, 1882; pp. 401-414, May 
5, 1882. 

247. On two recent additions to the North American bird fauna, by L. Belding. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 414-415. May 5, 1882. 

248. The taxonomic relations and geographical distribution of the members of the 

sword-fish family, Xiphiidae. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 315-416, May 5, 1882; 
pp. 417-432, May 10, 1882; p. 433, May 18, 1882. 

249. On the North American land tortoises of the genus Xerobates. By Frederick 

W. True. Pp. 434-448, May 18, 1882; p. 449, 3 figs., 1882 (exact date of 
publication unknown). 

250. Catalogue of a collection of Japanese cotton fiber presented to the United 

States National Museum by the Government of Japan, together with the 
amount of the annual crop of Japan and the price of cotton. [Prepared by 
the Japanese Legation.] Pp. 449-452. 1882 (exact date of publication 
unknown). 

251. Brief account of cotton husbandry. [Prepared by the Japanese Legation.] 

Pp. 452-453. 1882 (exact date of publication unknown). 

252. Description of a new species of Xenichthys (Xenichthys xenurus) from the 

west coast of Central America. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. 
P. 454. 1882 (exact date of publication unknown). 

253. List of anthropological publications of Charles Rau. 1859-1882. Pp. 455-458. 

1882 (exact date of publication unknown). 

254. Description of five new species of fishes from Mazatlan, Mexico. By David S. 

Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 458-463. 1882 (exact date of publica- 
tion unknown). 

255. Notes on a collection of fishes made by Captain Henry E. Nichols, U.S.N., in 

British Columbia and southern Alaska, with descriptions of new species and 
a new genus (Delolepls). By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 463-464, 1882 (exact 
date of publication unknown) ; pp. 465-474, Aug. 16, 1882. 

256. On the rare rodent, Cricetodipus parvus (Baird) Coues. By Frederick W. 

True. Pp. 474-475. Aug. 16, 1882. 

Volume 5 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 5. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and list of corrections) ; pp. 
1-663 (Proceedings papers 257-342) ; pp. 665-703 (index) ; 52 figs., 12 pis. 1883. 

257. Information concerning some fossil trees in the United States National Museum. 

P. T. Swaine and J. T. C. Hegewald. Pp. 1-3. June 14, 1882. 

258. A study of the Phronimidae of the North Pacific Surveying Expedition. By 

Thos. H. Streets. Pp. 3-9, 1 pi. June 14, 1882. 

259. Description of several new races of American birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 

9-15. June 14, 1882. 

260. Synopsis of the West Indian Myadestes, By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 15-16, 

June 14, 1882; pp. 17-27, 1 pi., June 12, 1882. 

261. On some generic and specific appellations of North American and European 

birds. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 28-32, June 12, 1882; pp. 33-43, June 
13, 1882. 

262. On the genera Harporhynchus, Cabanis, and Methriopterus, Reichenbach, 

with a description of a new genus of Miminae. Pp. 43-46. June 13, 1882. 

263. On a phosphatic sandstone from Hawthorne, in Florida. By George W. Hawes. 

Pp. 46-48. June 13, 1882. 



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264. Notes on the native trees of the lower Wabash and White River Valleyi, is 

Illinois and Indiana. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 49-88. June 24, 1882. 

265. Notes on fishes collected by Capt. Chas. Bendire, U. S. A., in Washington Terri- 

tory and Oregon, May to October, 1881. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 89-93. 
June 24, 1882. 

266. New molluscan forms from the Laramie and Green River groups, with 

discussion of some associated forms heretofore known. By C. A. White. 
Pp. 94-96, June 24, 1882; pp. 97-99, 2 pis., July 3, 1882. 

267. The molluscan fauna of the Truckee group, including a new form. By 

C. A. White. Pp. 99-102, 1 pi. July 3, 1882. 

268. Description of four new species of sharks, from Mazatlan, Mexico. By David 

S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 102-110. July 3, 1882. 

269. Description of a new shark (Carcharias lamiella) from San Diego, California. 

By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 110-111. July 3, 1882. 

270. Critical remarks on the tree-creepers (Certhia) of Europe and North America. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 111-112, July 3, 1882; pp. 113-116, July 21, 1882. 

271. Note on the occurrence of a silver lamprey, Ichthyomyzon castaneus, Girard, 

in Louisiana. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 117-119. July 21, 1882. 

272. Notes on a collection of fishes from Johnston's Island, including descriptions of 

five new species. By Rosa Smith and Joseph Swain. Pp. 119-143. July 21, 1882. 

273. Description of a new cyprinodont (Zygonectes inurus), from southern Illinois. 

By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 143-144. July 21, 1882. 

274. Notes on birds collected during the summer of 1880 in Alaska and Siberia. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 144-160, July 21, 1882; pp. 161-173, Aug. 5, 1882. 

275. Outlines of a monograph of the Cygninae. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 174- 

221. Aug. 5, 1882. 

276. Note on the habits and the rearing of the axolotl, Amblystoma mexicanum 

By M. Carbonnier. Pp. 221-222. Aug. 5, 1882. 

277. Description of a new species of Uranidea (Uranidea pollicaris) from Lake 

Michigan. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 222-223. Aug. 
5, 1882. 

278. Observations on four mules in milk. Alfred Duges. Pp. 223-225. Aug. 5, 1882. 

279. On Lagopus muius, Leach, and its allies. By Lucien M. Turner. Pp. 225-233. 

Aug. 5, 1882. 

280. Genera of the Scolopendrellidae. By J. A. Ryder. P. 234. Aug. 5, 1882. 

281. A list of the species of fishes recorded as occurring in the Gulf of Mexica 

By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 234-240. Aug. 5, 1882. 

282. Notes on fishes observed about Pensacola, Florida, and Galveston, Texas, with 

description of new species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. 
Pp. 241-272, Aug. 16, 1882; pp. 273-307, Aug. 22, 1882. 

283. A review of the Syngnathinae of the United States, with a description of one 

new species. By Joseph Swain. Pp. 307-315. Aug. 22, 1882. 

284. Notice of recent additions to the marine invertebrata of the northeastern coast 

of America, with descriptions of new genera and species and critical remarks 
on others. Part IV. — Additions to the deep-water Mollusca, taken off 
Martha's Vineyard, in 1880 and 1881. By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 315-320, Aug. 
22, 1881; pp. 321-336, Sept. 16, 1882; pp. 337-343, Sept. 11, 1882. 

285. Descriptions of some new North American birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 343- 

346. Sept. 11, 1882. 
ii6. Description of a new species of Uranidea (Uranidea rhothea) from Spokane 
River, Washington Territory, By Rosa Smith. Pp. 347-348. Sept. 11, 1882. 

287. On the eastward distribution of the black-tailed deer (Cariacus columbianus). 

By Chas. Bendire. Pp. 348-349. Sept. 11, 1882. 

288. Description of a new species of blenny {Isesthes gilberti) from Santa Barbara, 

California. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 349-351. Sept. 11, 1882. 

289. Description of a new species of Conodon (Conodon serrifer), from Boca Sole- 

dad, Lower California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 351- 
352. Sept. 11, 1882. 



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290. Catalogue of the fishes collected by Mr. John Xantus at Cape San Lucas, which 

are now in the United States National Museum, Avith descriptions of eight 
new species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 353-371. 
Sept. 16, 1882. 

291. List of fishes collected by John Xantus at Collma, Mexico. By David S. Jor- 

dan and Charles li. Gilbert. Pp. 371-372. Sept. 16, 1882. 

292. List of fishes collected at Panama by Captain John I\L Dow, now in the United 

States National Museum. By David S. Jordan and Charles H, Gilbert. Pp. 
373-378. Sept. 16, 1882. 

293. List of a collection of fishes made by Mr. L. Belding near Cape San Lucas, 

Lower California. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 378-381. 
Sept. 16, 1882. 

294. List of fishes collected at Panama, by Rev. Mr. Rowell, now preserved in the 

United States National Museum. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gil- 
bert. Pp. 381-382. Sept. 16, 1882. 

295. On a collection of birds from the Hacienda "La Palma," Gulf of Nicoya, 

Costa Rica. By C. C. Nutting. (With critical notes by R. Ridgway.) Pp. 
382-409. Sept. 16, 1882. 

296. Description of two new species of fishes (Sebastichtliys umbrosus and Cithar- 

ichthys stigmaeus) collected at Santa Barbara, California, by Andrea Larco. 
By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 410-412. Sept. 16, 1882. 

297. Descriptions of twenty-five new species of fish from the southern United States, 

and three new genera, Letharcus, loglossus, and Chriodorus. By G. Brown 
Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 412-416, Sept. 16, 1882; pp. 417-437, Nov. 
11, 1882. 

298. Description of a new species of goby {Gohiosoma ios) from Vancouver's Island. 

By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 437-438. Nov. 11, 1882. 

299. Descriptions of new species of reptiles and amphibians in the United States 

National Museum. By H. C. Yarrow. Pp. 438-443. Nov. 11, 1882. 

300. Contribution to the Miocene flora of Alaska. By L. Lesquereux. Pp. 443-448, 

Nov. 11, 1882; p. 449, 5 pis., Feb. 23, 1883. 

301. Remarks on the systematic arrangement of the American Turdidae. By Leon- 

hard Stejneger. Pp. 449-480, Feb. 23, 1883; pp. 481-483, 33 figs., Mar. S, 
1883. 

302. On the family Centropomidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 484-485, 1 pi. Mar. 

5, 1883. 

303. Nomenclature of the xiphiids. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 485-486. Mar. 5, 1883. 

304. On the family and subfamilies of Carangidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 487- 

493. Mar. 5, 1883. 

305. Catalogue of a collection of birds made in the interior of Costa Rica by Mr. 

C. C. Nutting. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 493-502. Mar. 5, 1883. 

306. Brief descriptions of fossil plants, chiefly Tertiary, from western North 

America. By J. S. Newberry. Pp. 502-512, Mar. 5, 1883; pp. 513-514, Apr. 
3, 1883. 

307. Note on the leptocardians. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 515-516. Apr, 3, 1883. 

308. Note on the myzonts or marsipobranchiates. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 516-517. 

Apr. 3, 1883. 

309. Note on the Bdellostomidae and Myxinidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 517-520. 

Apr. 3, 1883. 

310. Note on the petromyzontids. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 521-525. Apr. 3, 1883. 

311. Description of a new warbler from the Island of Santa Lucia, West Indie*. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 525-526. Apr. 3, 1883. 

312. Description of a supposed new plover from Chili. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 

526-527. Apr. 3, 1883. 

313. Catalogue of a collection of birds made at various points along the western 

coast of Lower California, north of Cape St. Eugenio. By L. Belding. 
[Edited by R. Ridgway.] Pp. 527-532. Apr. 3, 1883. 



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314. Catalogue of a collection of birds made near the southern extremity of the 

peninsula of Lower California. By L. Belding. [Edited by R. Ridgrvay.] 
Pp. 532-550. Apr. 3, 1S83. 

315. On the genus Taritalus, Linn., and its allies. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 550- 

551. Apr, 3, 1883. 

316. Supplementary note on the Pediculati. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 551-556. Apr. 

3, 1833. 

317. Note on the Pomatomidae. By Theodore Gill. P. 557. Apr. 3, 1883. 

318. Note on the affinities of the ephippiids. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 557-560. Apr. 

3, 1883. 

319. On the relations of the family Lobotidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 560-561. 

Apr. 3, 1883. 

320. Note on the relationships of the echeneidids. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 561-566, 

1 pi. Apr. 3, 1883. 

321. Note on the genus Sparus. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 566-567. Apr. 3, 1883. 

322. On the proper name of the blue fish. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 567-570. Apr. 

3, 1883. 

323. Does the panther (Felis concolor) go into the water to kill fish? By Liv- 

ingston Stone. P. 570. Apr. 3, 1883. 

324. On certain neglected generic names of La Cepede. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 570-576. Apr. 3, 1883. 

325. On the synonymy of the genus Bothus Rafmesque. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. P. 576, Apr. 3, 1883; p. 577, Apr. 28, 1883. 

326. Description of a new species of Artedius (Artedius fenesUalis) from Puget 

Sound. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 577-579. Apr. 28, 
1883. 

327. Description of a new species of Urolophus (LJrolophus aster'ias), from Mazatlan 

and Panama. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 579-580. 
Apr. 28, 1883. 

328. Notes on a collection of fishes from Charleston, South Carolina, with descrip- 

tions of three new species. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. 
Pp. 580-592, Apr. 28, 1883; pp. 593-620, May 22, 1883. 

329. List of fishes now in the museum of Yale College, collected by Prof. Frank 

H. Bradley, at Panama, with descriptions of three new species. By David 
S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Fp. 620-624, May 22, 1883; pp. 625-632, 
May 29, 1883. 

330. Jumping seeds and galls. By Charles V. Riley. Pp. 632-635, 1 fig. May 29, 1R83. 

331. Note on cluster flies. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 635-637. May 29, 1883. 

332. A review of the genus Noturus, with a description of one new species. By 

Joseph Swain and George B. Kalb. Pp. 638-644. May 29, 1883. 

333. Catalogue of a collection of samples of raw cotton presented to the United 

States National Museum by the International Cotton Exposition, Atlanta, 
Georgia, 1881. By S. M. Inman. Pp. 644-645. May 29, 1883. 

334. Description of two new species of fishes (Myrophis vafer and Chloroscombrus 

orgueta) from Panama. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 
645-647. May 29, 1883. 

335. Description of a new eel (S'ldera castanea) from Mazatlan, Mexico." By David 

S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 647-648. May 29, 1883. 

336. On the nomenclature of the genus Ophtchthys. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 648-651. May 29, 1883. 

337. On the life coloration of the young of Pomacentrus rubicundus. By Rosa 

Smith. Pp. 652-653. May 29, 1883. 

338. On a cinnamon bear from Pennsylvania. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 653-656. 

May 29, 1383. 

339. Description of a new petrel from Alaska. By Robert Ridgway. P. 656, May 29, 

1883; pp. 657-658, June 30, 1883. 

340. Description of a species of whitefish, Coregomis hoyi (Gill) Jordan, called 

"smelt" in some parts of New York. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 658-660. 
June 30, 1883. 



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341. Note on a Potsdam sandstone, or conglomerate, from Berks County, Pennsyl- 

vania. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 660-661. June 30, 1883. 

342. Description of a new species of Alepidosaurus (A. aesculapius) from Alaska. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 661-663. June 30, 1883. 

Volume 6 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 6. Pp. i-vii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and list of corrections) ; 
pp. 1-429 (Proceedings papers 343-396) ; pp. 431-497, (circulars 19-23) ; pp. 
499-530 (index) ; pp. 532-558 (explanation of plates) ; 6 figs., 14 pis. 1884. 

343. Preliminary report on the Brachyura and Anomura dredged in deep water off 

the south coast of New England by the United States Fish Commission in 
1880, 1881, and 1882. By Sidney I. Smith. Pp. 1-57, 6 pis. June 30, 1883. 

344. Contributions to the history of the Commander Islands. No. 1. — Notes on the 

natural history, including descriptions of new cetaceans. By Leonhard 
Stejneger. Pp. 58-80, June 30, 1883; pp. 81-89, Aug. 2, 1883. 

345. Descriptions of some birds supposed to be undescribed, from the Commander 

Islands and Petropaulovski, collected by Dr. Leonhard Stejneger, U. S. 
Signal Service. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 90-96. Aug. 2, 1883. 

346. Description of a new genus and species of alcyonoid pol3'p, from Japanese 

waters, with remarks on the structure and habits of related forms, etc By 
Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 96-101, 1 pi. Aug. 2, 1883. 

347. Report on a fragment of cloth taken from a mound in Ohio. By J. G. Hunt. 

Pp. 101-102. Aug. 2, 1883. 

348. Lucilia macellaria infesting man. By Fred. Humbert. Pp. 103-105. Aug. 2, 1883. 

349. Fish mortality in the Gulf of Mexico. By S. T. Walker. Pp. 105-109. Aug. 

2, 1883. 

350. The generic names Amitra and Thyris replaced. By G. Brown Goode. P. 

109. Aug. 2, 1883. 

351. Shell beds in Westchester, N. Y. By Merritt Willis. P. 109. Aug. 2, 1883. 

352. Notes on the nomenclature of certain North American fishes. By David S. 

Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 110-111. Aug. 2, 1883. 

353. Notes on the natural history of Labrador. By W. A. Stearns. Pp. 111-112, 

Aug. 2, 1883; pp. 113-128, Aug. 8, 1883; pp. 129-137, Sept. 27, 1883. 

354. On the black nodules or so-called inclusions in the Maine granites. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 137-141. Sept. 27, 1883. 

355. Description of two new species of fishes (A prion ariommus and Ophidium 

beani) from Pensacola, Florida. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gil- 
bert. Pp. 142-144. Sept. 27, 1883. 

356. On the probable identity of Motacilla ocularis Swinhoe and M. amurentis 

Seebohm, with remarks on an allied supposed species, M. blakistoni See- 
bohm. P. 144, Sept. 27, 1883; pp. 145-147, Oct. 11, 1883. 

357. The first occurrence of Pseudotriacis microdon, Capello, on the coast of the 

United States. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 147-150. Oct. 11, 1883. 

358. On a pair of abnormal antlers of the Virginia deer. By Frederick W. True. 

P. 151, 1 fig. Oct. 11, 1883. 

359. Description of a new species of reptiles in the United States National Museum, 

By H. C. Yarrow. Pp. 152-154. Oct. 11, 1883. 

360. Descriptions of some new birds from Lower California, collected by Mr. L. 

Belding. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 154-156. Oct. 11, 1883. 

361. Anthus cervinus (Pallas) in Lower California. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 156- 

157. Oct. 11, 1883. 

362. Note on Merula confinis (Baird) By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 158-159. Oct. 11, 

1883. 

363. Preliminary note on the crystalline schists of the District of Columbia. By 

George P. Merrill. Pp. 159-160, Oct. 11, 1883; p. 161, Oct. 12, 1883. 



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364. Catalogue of a collection of ethnological specimens obtained from the Ugashag- 

rnut tribe, Ugashak River, Bristol Bay, Alaska. By William J. Fisher. Pp. 
161-165. Oct. 12, 1883. 

365. On the collection of Maine building stones in the United States National 

Museum. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 165-176, Oct. 12, 1883; pp. 177-18$, 
Oct. 11, 1883. 

366. On the Macrocheilus of Phillips, Plectostylus of Conrad, and Soleniscus of 

Meek & Worthen. By Charles A. White. Pp. 184-187, 1 pi. Oct. 11, 1883. 

367. A review of the American Caranginae. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. 

Gilbert. Pp. 188-192, Oct. 11, 1883; pp. 193-207, Oct. 12, 1883. 

368. Note on the genera of Petromyzontidae. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. 

Gilbert. P. 208. Oct. 12, 1883. 

369. Description of a new muraenoid eel (Sidera chlevastes) from the Galapagos 

Islands. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 208-210. Oct. 
12, 1883. 

370. Description of a new species of Rhinobatus (Rhinobatus glaucostigma) from 

Mazatlan, Mexico. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 210- 
211. Oct. 12, 1883. 

371. List of duplicate marine invertebrates distributed by the United States National 

Museum. Series IV. — Educational Series No. 2. Prepared by R. S. Tarr, 
Pp. 212-216. Oct. 12, 1883. 

372. The life colors of Cretnnobates integripinnis. By Rosa Smith. Pp. 216-217. 

Oct. 12, 1883. 

373. Note on the occurrence of Gasterosteus ivilliamsoni Grd., in an artesian 

well at San Bernardino, Cal. By Rosa Smith. P. 217. Oct. 12, 1883. 

374. List of the Crustacea dredged on the coast of Labrador by the expedition 

under the direction of W. A. Stearns, in 1882. By Sidney I. Smith. Pp. 218- 
222. Oct. 12, 1883. 

375. Review of the marine Crustacea of Labrador. By Sidney I. Smith. Pp. 223- 

224, Oct. 12, 1883; pp. 225-232, Nov. 3, 1883. 

376. Notes on the fishes of Todos Santos Bay, Lower California. By Rosa Smith. 

Pp. 232-236. Nov. 3, 1883. 

377. Catalogue of MoUusca and Echinodermata dredged on the coast of Labrador 

by the expedition under the direction of Mr. W. A. Stearns, in 1882. By 
Katherine J. Bush. Pp. 236-240, Nov. 3, 1883 ; pp. 241-247, 1 pi., Dec. 5, 1883. 

378. List of fishes collected in the Clear Fork of the Cumberland, Whitley County, 

Kentucky, with descriptions of three new species. By David S. Jordan and 
Joseph Swain. Pp. 248-251. Dec. 5, 1883. 

379. A description of a new species of Hadropterus (Hadropterus scierus) from 

southern Indiana. By Joseph Swain. P. 252. Dec. 5, 1883. 

380. Diagnosis of new genera and species of deep-sea fishlike vertebrates. By 

Theodore Gill. Pp. 253-260. Dec. 5, 1883. 

381. Diagnoses of new genera of nemichthyoid eels. By Theodore Gill and John 

A. Ryder. Pp. 260-262. Dec. 5, 1883. 

382. On the anatomy and relations of the Eurypharyngidae. By Theodore Gill 

and John A. Ryder. Pp. 262-272, Dec. 5, 1883 ; "p. 273, Dec. 20, 1883. 

383. Ornithological notes on collections made in Japan from June to December, 

1882. By Pierre Louis Jouy. Pp. 273-288, Dec. 20, 1883; pp. 289-304, Dec. 26, 
1883; pp. 305-318, Jan. 4, 1884. 

384. On a collection of shells sent from Florida by Mr. Henry Hemphill. By W, H. 

Dall. Pp. 318-320, Jan. 4, 1884; pp. 321-342, 1 pi., Jan. 9, 1884. 

385. List of birds found at Guaymas, Sonora, in December, 1882, and April, 1883. 

By L. Belding. Pp. 343-344. Jan. 9, 1884. 

386. Second catalogue of a collection of birds made near the southern extremity 

of Lower California. By L. Belding. [Edited by R. Ridgway.] Pp. 344- 
352. Jan. 9, 1884. 



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387. Notes on a collection of fishes made in 1882 and 1883 by Capt. Henry E. 

Nichols, U.S.N., in Alaska and British Columbia, w'nh a description of s 
new genus and species, Prionbtius macellus. By Tarleton H. Beau. Pp. 
353-361. Jan. 18, 1884. 

388. Notes on some fishes collected by James G. Swan in Washington Territory, 

including a new species of Macrurus. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 362-364. 
Jan. 18, 1884. 

389. Notes on fishes observed at the head of Chesapeake Bay in the spring of 

1882; and upon other species of the same region. By Tarleton H. Bean. 
Pp. 365-367. Jan. 18, 1884. 

390. Notes on some Japanese birds related to North American species. By Robert 

Ridgway. P. 368, Jan. 18, 1884; pp. 369-371, Apr. 23, 1884. 

391. On a collection of birds from Nicaragua. By Charles C. Nutting. [Edited 

by R. Ridgway.] Pp. 372-384, Apr. 23, 1884; pp. 385-410, Apr. 26, 1884. 

392. On some Costa Rican birds, with descriptions of several supposed new species. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 410-415. Apr. 26, 1884. 

393. On an antique Roman mosaic from Carthage, now in the United States National 

Museum. By G. H. Heap. Pp. 415-416, Apr. 26, 1884; p. 417, May 22, 1884. 

394. On the skeleton of Phoca (Ilisiriophoca) jasciata, Zimmerman. By Frederick 

W. True. Pp. 417-426, 1 fig., 4 pis. May 22, 1884. 

395. On the source of the jadeite implements of the Alaskan Innuits. By E. W. 

Nelson. Pp. 426-427. May 22, 1884. 

396. On the origin of the fossil bones discovered in the vicinity of Tise's Ford, 

Florida. By S. T. Walker. Pp. 427-429. May 22, 1884. 

Volume 7 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 7. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and list of corrections) ; pp. 
1-553 (Proceedings papers 397-469); pp. 555-624 (Appendix, circulars 23-31); 
pp. 625-661 (index) ; 15 figs., 2 pis. 1885. 

397. List of, and notes upon, the lichens collected by Dr. T. H. Bean in Alaska 

and the adjacent region in 1880. By J. T. Rothrock. Pp. 1-9. July 8, 1884. 

398. On the chlorophylloid granules of Vorticella. By John A. Ryder. Pp. 9-12, 1 

fig. July 8, 1884. 

399. A new geographical race of the mountain sheep (Ovis montana dalli var. 

nov.) from Alaska. By E. W. Nelson. Pp. 12-13. July 8, 1884. 

400. Note on Selasphorus torridus Salvin. By Robert Ridgway. P. 14. July 8, 1884. 

401. A review of the species of the genus Calamus. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 14-24. July 8, 1884. 

402. Descriptions of ten new species of fishes from Key West, Florida. By David 

S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 24-32. July 8, 1834. 

403. Note on Caranx ruber and Caranx bart/iolomaei. By David S. Jordan and 

Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 32-33. July 8, 1884. 

404. Notes on a collection of fishes from Pensacola, Florida, obtained by Silas 

Stearns, with descriptions of two species {Exocoeiiis volador and 
Gnathypops mystacinus). By David S. Jordan. Pp. 33-40. July 8, 1884. 

405. Note on Aelurichthys eydouxii and Porichthys porosissimus. By David S. Jor- 

dan. Pp. 40-41. July 8, 1884. 

406. Notes on some Florida fishes. By G. Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. 

Pp. 42-47. July 8, 1884. 

407. Description of a new species of whitefish (Coregonus nelsonii), from Alaska. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. P. 48. July 8, 18S4. 

408. On the literature and systematic relations of the saccopharyngoid fishes. By 

Theodore Gill and John A. Ryder, Pp. 48-64, July 8, 1884; p. 65, July 25, 
1884. 

409. On domesticated hybrid ducks (Anas boschas + obscura). By Elisha Slade. 

P. 66. July 25, 1884. 



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410. On prochlorite from the District of Columbia. By George P. Merrill, P. 67. 

July 25, 1884. 

411. Melanetta fusca (Linn.) in Alaska. By Robert Ridg^vay. P. 68. July 25, 1884. 

412. Description of a new snow bunting from Alaska. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 

68-70. July 25, 1884. 

413. On the use of trinominals in American ornitholog>'. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 70-81. July 25, 1884. 

414. Descriptions of scaroid fishes from Havana and Key West, including five new 

species. By David S. Jordan and Joseph Swain. Pp. 81-102. July 25, 1884. 

415. Description of a new species of Sphaerium. By Temple Prime. Pp. 102-103. 

July 25, 1884. 

416. List of fishes collected at Key West, Florida, with notes and descriptions. 

By David S. Jordan. Pp. 103-144, July 25, 1884; pp. 145-150, Sept. 1, 1884. 

417. Note on Calamus proridens, a new species of Calamus. By David S. Jordan 

and Charles H. Gilbert. P. ISO. Sept. 1, 1884. 

418. A catalogue of fishes received from the Public Museum of the Institute of 

Jamaica, with descriptions of Pomadasys cpproximans and Tylosurus euryops, 
two new species. By Tarleton H. Bean and H. G. Dresel. Pp. 151-170. Sept. 
1, 1884. 

419. On a new muskrat, Neofiber allenl, from Florida. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 

170-172. Sept. 1, 1884. 

420. On a collection of birds made by Messrs. J. E, Benedict and W. Nye, of the 

United States Fish Commission steamer Albatross. By Robert Ridgway. 
Pp. 172-180. Sept. 1, 1884. 

421. Contributions to the history of the Commander Islands. No. 2. — Investigations 

relating to the date of the extermination of Steller's sea-cow. By Leonhard 
Stejneger. Pp. 181-189. Sept. 1, 1884. 

422. An identification of the figures of fishes in Catesby's Natural History of Caro- 

lina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 190-199. 
Sept. 1, 1884. 

423. A list of fishes collected in the east fork of White River, Indiana, with 

descriptions of two new species. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 199-205. Sept. 
1, 1884. 

424. Notes on the fishes of Switz City Swamp, Greene County, Indiana. By Chas. 

H. Gilbert. Pp. 206-210. Sept! 1, 1884. 

425. Remarks on the species of the genus Cepphus. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 210- 

224, Sept. 1, 1884; pp. 225-229, 6 figs., Sept. 12, 1884. 

426. Notes on fishes collected by David S. Jordan at Cedar Keys, Florida. By 

David S. Jordan and Joseph Swain. Pp. 230-234. Sept. 12, 1884. 

427. List of fishes observed in the Saint John's River at Jacksonville, Florida. By 

David S. Jordan and Seth E. Meek. Pp. 235-237. Sept. 12, 1884. 

428. Notes on the pipe-fishes of Key West, Florida, with description of Siphostoma 

mckayi, a new species. By Joseph Swain and Seth E. Meek. Pp. 237-239. 
Sept. 12, 1884. 

429. Descriptions of Physiculus fulvus and Lotella maxillaris, new species of fishes 

collected in 1881 by the United States Fish Commission. By Tarleton H. 
Bean. Pp. 240-242. Sept. 12, 1884. 

430. On the occurrence of the striped bass in the lower Mississippi Valley. By 

Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 242-244. Sept. 12, 1884. 

431. Notes on some Greenland fishes. By H. G. Dresel. Pp. 244-256, Sept. 12, 1884; 

pp. 257-258, Sept. 19, 1884. 

432. Description of a new species of field-sparrow from New Mexico. By Robert 

Ridgway. P. 259. Sept. 19, 1884. 

433. Notes on fishes collected at Guaymas, Mexico, by Mr. H. F. Emeric, with a 

description of Gobiosoma histrio, a new species. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 
260-261. Sept. 19, 1884. 

434. A review of the American species of marine Mugilidae. By David S. Jordan 

and Joseph Swain. Pp. 261-275. Sept. 19, 1884. 



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435. Synopsis of the genera of the superfamily Teuthidoidea (families Teuthididae 

and Siganidae). By Theodore Gill. Pp. 275-28L Sept. 19, 1884. 

436. A review of the species of the genus Haemulon. By David S. Jordan and 

Joseph Swain. Pp. 281-304, Sept. 19, 1884; pp. 305-317, Sept. 27, 1884. 

437. List of fishes collected in the vicinity of New Orleans by Dr. R. W. Shufeldt, 

U.S.A. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 318-320, Sept. 27, 1884; pp. 321-322, 
Sept. 29, 1884. 

438. List of the fishes collected in Lake Jessup, and Indian River, Florida, by Mr. 

R. E, Earl), with descriptions of two new species. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 
322-324. Sept. 29, 1884. 

439. Concerning some of the forms assumed by the patella in birds. By R. W. 

Shufeldt. Pp. 324-331, 7 figs. Sept, 29, 1884. 

440. Observations upon a collection of insects made in the vicinity of New Orleans, 

Louisiana, during the years 1882 and 1883. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 331- 
336, Sept. 29, 1884; pp. 337-338, 1 fig., Oct. 3, 1884. 

441. Hermaphrodite fishes. [Translation from Der Naturforscher.] Pp. 339-340. 

Oct. 3, 1884. 

442. Contributions to the history of the Commander Islands. No. 3. — Report on 

the Mollusca of the Commander Islands, Bering Sea, collected by Lconhard 
Stejneger in 1882 and 1883. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 340-349, 1 pi. Oct. 3, 1884. 

443. Note on the Sternoptychidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 349-351. Oct. 3, 1884. 

444. The osteological characteristics of the Lutjaninae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

351-355. Oct. 3, 1884. 

445. A contribution to the terminology of ichthyography. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

356-357. Oct. 3, 1884. 

446. Description of a new species of coot from the West Indies. By Robert Ridg- 

way. P. 358. Oct. 3, 1884. 

447. A review of the American species of Epinephelus and related genera. By 

David S. Jordan and Joseph Swain. Pp. 358-384, Oct. 3, 1884; pp. 385-410, 
Oct. 9, 1884. 

448. Synopsis of the plectognath fishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 411-416, Oct. 9, 

1884; pp. 417-427, Oct. 18, 1884. 

449. A review of the species of Lutjaninae and Hoplopagrinae found in American 

waters. By David S. Jordan and Joseph Swain. Pp. 427-432, Oct. IS, 1884; 
pp. 433-474, Oct. 23, 1884. 

450. Description of four new species of Cyprinidae in the United States National 

Museum. By David S. Jordan and Seth E. Meek. Pp. 474-477. Oct. 23, 1884. 

451. Description of four new species of Poecilichthys in the United States National 

Museum. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 477-480. Oct. 23, 1884. 

452. Description of Sciaena sclera, a new species of Sciaena from Mazatlan and 

Panama. By David S, Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. P. 480, Oct. 23, 1884; 
pp. 481-482, Feb. 25, 1885. 

453. Description of Zygonectes zonifer, a new species of Zygonectes, from Nashville, 

Georgia. By David S. Jordan and Seth E. Meek. P. 482. Feb. 25, 1885. 

454. Annotated list of the described species of parasitic Copepoda (Siphonostoma) 

from American waters contained in the United States National Museum. By 
Richard Rathbun. Pp. 483-492. Feb. 25, 1885. 

455. On gome new or little known decapod Crustacea, from recent Fish Commis- 

sion dredgings off the east coast of the United States. By Sidney I. Smith. 
Pp. 493-511. Feb. 25, 1885. 

456. Description of three new fishes from Kansas. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 512- 

514. Feb. 25, 1885. 

457. Description of a new race of the red-shouldered hawk from Florida. By 

Robert Ridgway. Pp. 514-515, Feb, 25, 1885. 

458. On two hitherto unnamed sparrows from the coast of California. By Robert 

Ridgway. Pp. 516-518. Feb. 25, 1885. 

459. Description of seven new species of Crustacea and one worm from Arctic 

Alaska. By John Murdoch. Pp. 518-522, Feb. 25, 1885, 



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460. New or specially interesting shells of the Point Barrow Expedition. By W. H. 

Dall. Pp. 523-526. Feb. 25, 1885. 

461. Description of a new species of Hybopsis (Hybopsis montanus). By Seth E. 

Meek. Pp. 526-527. Feb. 25, 1885. 

462. Contributions to the history of the Commander Islands. No. 4. A. Notes upon 

the plants collected on the Commander Islands (Bering and Copper Islands) 
by Leonhard Stejneger. By Asa Gray. Pp. 527-528, Feb. 25, 1885; p. 529, 
Mar. 23, 1885. 

463. [Contributions to the history of the Commander Islands. No. 4.] B. Addi- 

tional notes on the plants of the Commander Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger. 
Pp. 529-538. Mar. 23, 1885. 

464. Description of a new species of flounder, Citharichthys macrops, from Pensa- 

cola, Florida. By H. G. Dresel. Pp. 539-541. Mar. 23, 1885. 

465. Description of three new species of fishes {Prionolus steanisi, Prionotus ophryas, 

and Anthias vwanus) collected at Pensacola, Florida, by Mr. Silas Stearns. 
By David S. Jordan and Joseph Swain. Pp. 541-544, Mar. 23, 1885 ; p. 545, 
Mar. 28, 1885. 

466. Supplementary notes on North American fishes. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 

545-548. Mar. 28, 1885. 

467. Description of a new species of Hybognathus (Hybognathus hayi) from Mis- 

sissippi. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 548-550. Mar, 28, 1885. 

468. On the occurrence of Loncheres armatus, (Geoff.) Wagner, in the Island of 

Martinique, West Indies. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 550-551. Mar. 28, 1885. 

469. Notes on fishes collected at San Cristobal Bay, Lower California, by Mr. 

Charles H. Townsend. By Rosa Smith. Pp. 551-553. Mar. 28, 1885. 

Volume 8 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 8. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and list of corrections) ; pp. 
1-636 (Proceedings papers 470-548) ; pp. 637-686 (Appendix, circulars 32 and 
33); pp. 687-729 (index); 15 figs., 25 pis. 1886. 

470. List of fishes collected in Iowa and Missouri in August, 1884, with descriptions 

of three new species. By David S. Jordan and Seth E. Meek. Pp. 1-17. 
May 6, 1885. 

471. On Oestrelata fisheri and Oe. defilippiana. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 17-18 

May 6, 1885. 

472. Icterus cucullatus, Swainson, and its geographical variations. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 18-19. May 6, 1885. 

473. Passer saturatus, a new species of tree-sparrow from the Liu-Kiu Islands, 

Japan. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 19-20. May 6, 1885. 

474. Description of a new species of Contopus from tropical America. By Robert 

Ridgway. P. 21. May 6, 1885. 

475. Note on the Anser leucopareius of Brandt. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 21-22. 

May 6, 1885. 

476. Description of a new warbler from Yucatan. Bv Robert Ridgway. P. 23. 

May 26, 1885. 

477. Description of two new birds from Costa Rica. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 

23-24. May 6, 1885. 

478. Description of three supposed new honey creepers from the Lesser Antilles, 

with a synopsis of the species of the genus Certhiola. By Robert Ridgway. 
Pp. 25-30. May 6, 1885. 

479. On hornblende andesites from the new volcano on Bogosloflf Island in Bering 

Sea. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 31-33. May 6, 1885. 

480. On Cathartes burrovianus, Cassin, and C. urubitinga, Pelzeln. By Robert 

Ridgeway. Pp. 34-36. May 6, 1885. 

481. On Onychotes gruberi. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 36-38. May 6, 1885. 

482. Notes and descriptions taken from selachians in the U. S. National Museum. By 

S. Garman. Pp. 39-44. May 6, 1885. 



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483. A review of the American species of flying fishes (Exocoetus). By David S. 

Jordan and Seth E. Meek. Pp. 44-67. May 6, 1885. 

484. Notes on skeletons of Etheoslomatinae. By David S. Jordan and Carl H. 

Eigenmann. Pp. 68-72. May 6, 1885. 

485. Note on the scientific name of the yellow perch, the striped bass, and other 

North American fishes. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 72-73. May 6, 1885. 

486. Description of a new species of Plectromus (P. crassiceps) taken by the United 

States Fish Commission. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 73-74. May 6, 1885. 

487. Description of a new species of Aspidophoroides (A, giintherii), from Alaska. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 74-75. May 6, 1885. 

488. Remarks on the type specimen of Buteo oxypterus, Cassin. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 75-77. May 6, 1885. 

489. Early iron manufacture in Virginia — 1619-1776. By R. Brock. Pp. 77-80. May 

6, 1885. 

490. Note on Mr. Carman's paper on "The American Salmon and Trout." By David 

S. Jordan. Pp. 81-83. June 19, 1885. 

491. Report upon the Echini collected by the United States Fish Commission steamer 

Albatross, in the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, January to May, 1884. 
By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 83-89. June 19, 1885. 

492. An account of recent captures of the California sea-elephant, and statistics 

relating to the present abundance of the species. By Charles H. Townsend. 
Pp. 90-93. June 19, 1885. 

493. Description of a new species of boat-billed heron from Central America. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 93-94. June 19, 1835. 

494. Description of a new hawk from Cozumel. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 94-95. 

June 19, 1885. 

495. On a new species of porpoise, Phocaena dalli, from Alaska. By Frederick 

W. True. Pp. 95-98, 4 pis. June 19, 1885. 

496. On Peucaea mexicana (Lawr.) a sparrow new to the United States. By Robert 

Ridgway. Pp. 98-99. June 19, 1885. 

497. On deposits of volcanic dust and sand in southwestern Nebraska. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 99-100, 1 fig. June 19, 1885. 

498. On the influence of atropia on the heart. By H. G. Beyer. Pp. 101-103, 1 pi. 

June 19, 1885. 

499. Catalogue of the birds of Costa Rica, indicating those species of which the 

United States National Museum possesses specimens from that country. By 
Jose C. Zeledon. Pp. 104-118. June 19, 1885. 

500. Identification of the species of Cyprinidae and Catostomidae, described by Dr. 

Charles Girard, in the Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences 
of Philadelphia for 1856. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 118-127. June 19, 1885. 

501. On the development of viviparous osseous fishes. By John A. Ryder. Pp. 128- 

155, 6 pis. June 19, 1885. 

502. On certain features of the development of the salmon. By John A. Ryder. 

Pp. 156-162, 1 pi. June 19, 1885. 

503. On the Etheostoma variatum of Kirtland. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 163-165. 

June 19, 1885. 

504. On the occurrence of Hadropterus aurantiacus (Cope), in the French Broad 

River, North Carolina. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 165-166. June 19, 1885. 

505. On the identity of Cottus maoulatus, Fischer, with Cotlus bubalis, Euphrasen. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 166-167. June 19, 1885. 

506. Description of a new crustacean allied to Homarus and Nephrops. By Sidney 

I. Smith. Pp. 167-170. June 19, 1885. 

507. On some genera and species of Penaeidae, mostly from recent dredgings of 

the United States Fish Commission. By Sidney I. Smith. Pp. 170-176, June 
19, 1885; pp. 177-190, Ju.ne 29, 1885. 

508. On Stathmonotus, a new genus of fishes related to Muraenoides, from Florida. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 191-192, 1 pi. June 29, 1885. 

509. Note on Stoasodon nar'inari, Euphrasen. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 192-193. 

June 29, 1885. 



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510. On the American fishes in the Linnaean collection. By G. Brown Goode and 

Tarleton H, Bean. Pp. 193-208. June 29, 1885. 

511. Note on Epinephelus nigriius. By David S. Jordan. P. 208, June 29, 1885; 

p. 209, July 24, 1885. 

512. Description of a new species of Amblystoma (Amblystoma copeianum) from 

Indiana. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 209-213, 1 pi. July 24, 1885. 

513. List of plants collected by Mr. Charles L. McKay at Nushagak, Alaska, in 

1881, for the United States National Museum. By Frank H. Knowlton. Pp. 
213-221. July 24, 1885. 

514. The generic name of the pastinacas, or "sting-rays." By S. Garman. Pp. 221- 

224. July 24, 1885. 

515. The influence of variations of temperature upon the rate and the work of 

the heart of the slider terrapin. (Pseudemys rugosa.) By H. G. Beyer. Pp. 
225-229, 2 pis. July 24, 1885. 

516. Description of a new species of Pempher'is (Pempheris poeyi) from Cuba. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 229-230. July 24, 1885. 

517. Notes on Epinephelus nigritus, Caulolatilus micro ps, and Coryphaena hippurus. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 230-233. July 24, 1885. 

518. List of the birds of Labrador, including Ungava, East Main, Moose, and Gulf 

districts of the Hudson Bay Company, together with the Island of Anticosti. 
By Lucien M. Turner. Pp. 233-254. July 24, 1885. 

519. Notes on some Floridian land and fresh-water shells with a revision of the 

Auriculacea of the eastern United States. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 255-288, 2 
pis., July 24, 1885; p. 289, Aug. 27, 1885. 

520. A list of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic types in the collections of the U. S. 

National Museum. By John Belknap Marcou. Pp. 290-336, Aug. 27, 1885; 
pp. 337-344, Sept. 17, 1885. 

521. On Turbinella pyrum, Lamarck, and its dentition. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 345- 

348, 1 pi. Sept. 17, 1885. 

522. A review of the American "golden warblers." By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 348- 

350. Sept. 17, 1885. 

523. Notes on the mineralogy and lithology of the District of Columbia. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 351-353. Sept. 17, 1885. 

524. Some emended names of North American birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 354- 

356. Sept. 17, 1885 

525. A list of the Astacidae in the United States National Museum. By Walter 

Faxon. Pp. 356-361. Sept. 17, 1885. 

526. A list of the fishes known from the Pacific coast of tropical America, 

from the Tropic of Cancer to Panama. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 361-384, 
Sept. 17, 1885; pp. 385-394, Oct. 3, 1885. 

527. Note on some Linnaean names of American fishes. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 

394-396. Oct. 3, 1885. 

528. On a collection of Medusae made by the United States Fish Commission steamer 

Albatross in the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. By J. Walter Fewkes. 
Pp. 397-402, 1 pi. Oct. 3, 1885. 

529. Description of Hesperomys truci, a new species belonging to the subfamily 

Murinae. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 403-408, 1 pi. Oct. 3, 1885. 

530. Notes on some apparently preoccupied ornithological generic names. By Leon- 

hard Stejneger. Pp. 409-410. Oct. 3, 1885. 

531. The Chaclacayo trephined skull. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 410-412, 1 pi. Oct. 

3, 1885. 

532. On the parasites of the Hessian fly. By C. V. Riley. Pp. 413-422, 1 pi. Oct. 3, 

1885. 

533. Description of Leptophidium cervinum and L. marmoratum, new fishes from 

deep water off the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. By G. Brown Goode and Tarle- 
ton H. Bean. Pp. 422-424. Oct. 3, 1885. 

534. Notice of recent additions to the marine Invertebrata of the northeastern 

coast of America, with descriptions of new genera and species and critical 
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remarks on othert. Part V. — Annelida, Echinodermata, Hydroida, Tunicsta. 

By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 424-448. Oct. 3, 1885. 
SIS. Report on the flora of western and southern Texas. By V. Havard. Pp. 449- 

496, Oct. 3, 1885; pp. 497-533, 1 fig. Oct. 10, 1885. 

536. Notes on the mollusks of the vicinity of San Diego, Cal., and Todos Santos 

Bay, Lower California. By Charles R. Orcutt, with comments by W. H. 
Dall. Pp. 534-544, Oct. 10, 1885; pp. 545-552, Oct. 26, 1885. 

537. Notes on a collection of nshes from Florida, with descriptions of new or little 

known species. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 552-559. Oct. 26, 1885. 

538. Description of an apparently new species of Dromococcyx from British Guiana. 

By Robert Ridgway. P. 559. Oct. 26, 1885. 

539. Catalogue of a collection of birds made on the Island of Cozurael, Yucatan, 

by the naturalists of the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross, Capt. Z. 
L. Tanner, Commander. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 560-576, Oct. 26, 1885; 
pp. 577-583, Nov. 21, 1885. 

540. Contributions to the history of the Commander Islands. No. 5. — Description 

of a new species of Mesoplodon, M. stejnegeri, obtained by Dr. Leonhard 
Stejneger, in Bering Island. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 584-585, 1 pi. 
Nov. 21, 1885. 

541. A note upon the Hyperoodon semijunctus of Cope. By Frederick W. True. 

Pp. 585-586. Nov. 21, 1885. 

542. Fresh-water sponges from Mexico. By Edward Potts. Pp. 587-589, 1 fig. 

Nov. 21, 1885. 

543. Descriptions of new fishes obtained by the United States Fish Commission 

mainly from deep water off the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. By G. Brown 
Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 589-605. Nov. 21, 1885. 

544. Report upon the Echini collected by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross in the Gulf of Mexico from January to March, 1885. By Richard 
Rathbun. Pp. 606-608, Nov. 21, 1885; pp. 609-620, Dec. 28, 1885. 

545. List of a few species of birds new to the fauna of Guadeloupe, West Indies, 

with a description of a new species of Ceryle. By George N. Lawrence. 
Pp. 621-624, Dec. 28, 1885; p. 625, Jan. 20, 1886. 

546. Remarks upon the plumage of Regulus calendula. By Charles Wickliffe Beck- 

ham. Pp. 625-628. Jan. 20, 1886. 

547. Notice of a collection of stalked crinoids made by the steamer Albatross in 

the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, 1884 and 1885. By Richard Rath- 
bun. Pp. 628-635. Jan. 20, 1886. 

548. Notes on the great dolphin, Coryphaena hippurus, Linnd. By Silas Steams. 

Pp. 635-636. Jan. 20, 1886. 

Volume 9 

Proceedings of thi United States National Museum, vol. 9; Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of sig- 
natures, and list of corrections) ; pp. 1-660 (Proceedings papers 549-598) ; pp. 
661-714 (index) ; 6 figs., 25 pis. 1887. 

549. List of fishes collected in Arkansas, Indian Territory, and Texas, in Septem- 

ber, 1884, with notes and descriptions. By David S. Jordan and Charles 
H. Gilbert. Pp. 1-25. Sept. 17, 1886. 

550. Notes on fishes collected at Beaufort, North Carolina, with a revised list of 

the species known from that locality. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 25-30. Sept. 
17, 1886. 

551. List of fishes collected at Havana, Cuba, in December, 1883, with notes and 

descriptions. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 31-55. Sept. 17, 1886. 

552. A review of the genera and species of Julidinae found in American waters. 

By David S. Jordan and Elizabeth G. Hughes. Pp. 56-70. Sept. 17, 1886. 

553. On the value of the fin-rays and their characteristics of development in 

the classification of the fishes, together with remarks on the theory of degen- 
eration. By John A. Ryder. Pp. 71-82, 1 fig. Sept. 17, 1886. 



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On fulgurites. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 83-91, 1 pi. Sept. 17, 1886. 
Descriptions of some new species of birds, supposed to be from the interior 

of Venezuela. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 92-94. Sept. 17, 1886. 
On Aestrelata sandvnchensis Ridgw. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 95-96. Sept. 17, 

1886. 
Description of a new genus and species of mole, Dymecodon pilirostris, from 

Japan. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 97-98. Sept. 25, 1886. 
Review of Japanese birds. By Leonhard Stejneger. I. — The woodpeckers. Pp. 

99-124, 1 pi. Sept. 25, 1886. 
Catalogue of animals collected by the Geographical and Exploring Commis- 
sion of the Republic of Mexico. By Fernando Ferrari-Perez. Pp. 125-160, 

Sept. 25, 1886; "pp. 161-192, Oct. 2, 1886; pp. 193-199, Oct. 22, 1886. 
The British marsh-tit. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 200-201. Oct. 22, 1886. 
Report on the mollusks collected by L. M. Turner at Ungava Bay, North Lab- 
rador, and from the adjacent Arctic seas. By W. H. Dall. Pp. 202-208, 

1 pi. Oct. 22, 1886. 
Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. No. 6. — Report 

on Bering Island Mollusca collected by Mr. Nicholas Grebnitzki. By W. H. 

Dall. Pp. 209-219. Oct. 22, 1886. 
On the occurrence of a new species of Rhinoptera (R. encenadae) in Todos 

Santos Bay, Lower California. By Rosa Smith. P. 220. Oct. 22, 1886. 
An annotated list of the mammals collected by the late Mr. Charles L. McKay 

in the vicinity of Bristol Bay, Alaska. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 221- 

224. Oct. 22, 1886. 
Notes on some fishes collected at Pensacola by Mr. Silas Stearns, with descrip- 
tions of one new species (Chaetodon aya). By David S. Jordan. Pp. 225-229. 

Oct. 22, 1886. 
A review of the American species of Tetraodontidae. By David S. Jordan 

and Charies L. Edwards. Pp. 230-247. Oct. 22, 1886. 
Description of a melanistic specimen of Buteo latissimus (Wils.) By Robert 

Ridg^vay. Pp. 248-249. Oct. 22, 1886. 
Supplement to the list of Mesozoic and Cenozoic invertebrate types in the 

collections of the National Museum. By John Belknap Marcou. Pp. 250- 

254. Oct. 22, 1886. 
Catalogue of the collection of recent Echini in the United States National 

Museum (corrected to July 1, 1886). By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 255-288, 

Oct. 22, 1886; pp. 289-293, Feb. 10, 1887." 
Notes on species of the Australian genus Pardalotus. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 294-296. Feb. 10, 1887. 
Supplementary notes on some species of mollusks of the Bering Sea and vicinity. 

By W. H. Dall. Pp. 297-309, 1 pi. Feb. 10, 1887. 
Descriptions of parasitic Copepoda belonging to the genera Pandarus and 

Chondracanthiis (with seven plates). By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 310-324, 

1 fig., 7 pis. Feb. 10, 1887. 

573. Description of a recently new oyster-catcher (Haematopus galapagensis) from 

the Galapagos Islands. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 325-326. Feb. 10, 1887. 

574. A review of the species of the genus Prionotus. By David S. Jordan and 

Elizabeth G. Hughes. Pp. 327-338. Feb. 10, 1887. 

575. A review of the American species of Belonidae. By David S. Jordan and 

Morton W. Fordice. Pp. 339-361. Feb. 10, 1887. 

576. Description of Rallus jouyi, with remarks on Rallus striatus and Rallus gul- 

aris. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 362-364. Feb. 10, 1887. 

577. On Turdus alpestris and Turdtis torquatus, two distinct species of European 

thrushes. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 365-373. Feb. 10, 1887. 

578. Review of Japanese birds. II. — Tits and nuthatches. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 374-394, 1 fig. Feb. 10, 1887. 

579. Review of Japanese birds. III. — Rails, gallinules, and coots. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 395-408. Feb. 10, 1887. 



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580. A new stud}' of the genus Dipodomys. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 409-413. 

Feb. 10, 1887. 

581. A revision of the lepidopterous family Saturniidae. By John B. Smith. Pp. 

414-416, Feb. 10, 1887; pp. 417-437, 3 pis., Feb. 14, 1887. 

582. Analyses of the cinchona barks on exhibition in the materia medica section, 

U. S. National Museum. By George E. Doering. Pp. 438-442. Feb. 14, 1887. 

583. Norsk naval architecture. By George H. Boehmer. Pp. 443-459, 1 fig., S pis. 

Feb. 4, 1887. 

584. A new land shell from California, with note on Seleniies duranti, Newcomb. 

By William G. Mazyck. Pp. 460-461, 2 figs. Feb. 14, 1887. 

585. Notes on a collection of fishes from the Escambia River, with description of 

a new species of Zygonectes (Zygonectes escambiae). By Charles H. Boll- 
man. Pp. 462-465. Feb. 14, 1887. 

586. Description of six new species of fishes from the Gulf of Mexico, with notes 

on other species. By David S. Jordan and Barton W. Evermann. Pp. 
466-476. Feb. 14, 1887. 

587. A review of the Gobiidae of North America. By David S. Jordan and Carl 

H. Eigenmann. Pp. 477-518. Feb. 14, 1887. 

588. Description of a new subspecies of Cyclorhis from Yucatan. By Robert Ridg- 

way. P. 519. Feb. 14, 1887. 

589. Description of a new species of Myiarchus, presumably from the Orinoco dis- 

trict of South America. By Robert Ridgway. P. 520. Feb. 14, 1887. 

590. On a probable hybrid between Dryobates nuttallii (Gamb.) and D. pubescens 

gairdnerii (Aud.). By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 521-522. Feb. 14, 1887. 

591. Description of an apparently new species of Picolaptes, from the lower 

Amazon. By Robert Ridgway. P. 523. Feb. 14, 1887. 

592. On the status of Synthlibormnphus luumizusume as a North American bird. 

By Leonhard Stejneger. P. 524. Feb. 14, 1887. 

593. Notes on typical specimens of fishes described by Cuvier and Valenciennes 

and preserved in the Musee d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. By David Starr 
Jordan. Pp. 525-528, Feb. 14, 1887; pp. 529-546, Feb. 24, 187. 

594. Descriptions of ten species and one new genus of annelids from the dredgings 

of the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. By James E. Benedict. 
Pp. 547-553, 6 pis. Feb. 24, 1887. 

595. A preliminary list of the fishes of the West Indies. By David Starr Jordan. 

Pp. 554 608. Feb. 24, 1887. 

596. A catalogue of the birds of Grenada, West Indies, with observations thereon. 

By John Grant Wells. [Edited by George N. Lawrence.] Pp. 609-624, 
Feb. 24, 1887; pp. 625-633, Mar. 9, 1887. 

597. On a collection of birds made by Mr. M. Namiye, in the Liu Kiu Islands, 

Japan, with descriptions of new species. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 634- 
651. Mar. 9, 1887. 

598. Water-birds of Japan. By T. W, Blakiston. Pp. 652-656, Mar. 9, 1887; pp. 

657-660, 1887 (exact date of publication unknown). 

Volume 10 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 10. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of sig- 
natures, and list of corrections); pp. 1-698 (Proceedings papers 599-675; pp. 
699-731 (Appendix [circular 37]); pp. 733-771 (index); 11 figs., 39 pis. 1888. 

599. Description of a new species of Cotinga from the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 1-2. Apr. 25, 1887. 

600. Description of a new form of Spindalis from the Bahamas. By Robert Ridg- 

way. P. 3. Apr. 25, 1887. 

601. Review of Japanese birds. IV. Synopsis of the genus Turdus. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 4-5. Apr. 25, 1S87. 

602. Description of a new species of bat, Vespertilio longicrns, from Puget Sound. 

By Frederick W. True. Pp. 6-7. Apr. 25, 1887, 



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603. Some distinctive cranial characters of the Canada lynx. By Frederick W. True. 

Pp. 8-9. Apr. 25, 1887. 

604. Catalogue of the species of corals belonging to the genus Madrepora, con- 

tained in the United States National Museum. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 
10-19. Apr. 25, 1887. 

605. Description of the adult female of Carpodcctes anloniae Zeledon, with critical 

remarks, notes on habits, etc., by Jose C. Zeledon. By Robert Ridgway. P. 
20. Apr. 25, 1887. 

606. List of recently identified fossil plants belonging to the United States National 

Museum, with descriptions of several new species. By Leo Lesquereux. 
Pp. 21-32, Apr. 25, 1887; pp. 33-46, 4 pis.. May 17, 1887. 

607. Descriptions of new and little known etheostomoids. By Chas. H. Gilbert. 

Pp. 47-64. May 17, 1887. 

608. A review of the North American species of the genera Lagodon, Archosargus, 

and Diplodus. By Carl H. Eigenmann and Elizabeth G. Hughes. Pp. 65- 
74. May 17, 1887. 

609. Birds of Kauai Island, Hawaiian Archipelago, collected by Mr. Valdemar 

Knudsen, with descriptions of new species. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 
75-96, May 17, 1887; pp. 97-102, 1 pi., July 2, 1887. 

610. Notes on the northern Palaearctic bullfinches. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

103-110. July 2, 1887. 

611. Description of a new species of Porzana from Costa Rica. By Robert Ridg- 

way. P. 111. July 2, 1887. 

612. Notes on Ardea luuerdeinanni Baird. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 112-115. July 

2, 1887. 

613. Description of a new species of Ophichthys (Ophichthys retro pinnis), from 

Pensacola, Fla. By Carl H. Eigenmann. P. 116. July 2, 1887. 

614. Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. No. 7. — 

Revised and annotated catalogue of the birds inhabiting the Commander 
Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 117-145, 3 pis. July 2, 1887. 

615. On a new species of Tropidonotus found in Washington. By E. D. Cope. P. 

146. July 2, 1887. 

616. Trogon ambiguus breeding in Arizona. By Robert Ridgway. P. 147. July 2, 

1887. 

617. Description of a new plumed partridge from Sonora. By Robert Ridgway. 

Pp. 148-150. July 2, 1887. 

618. Description of a new genus of dendrocolaptine bird from the lower Amazon. 

By Robert Ridgway. P. 151. July 2, 1887. 

619. Description of a new species of Phacellodomus from Venezuela. By Robert 

Ridgway. P. 152. July 2, 1887. 

620. Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. No. 8. — 

Description of Alopecurus stejnegeri, a new species of grass from the Com- 
mander Islands. By Geo. Vasey. P. 153. July 2, 1887. 

621. Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. No. 9. — On 

the Entomostraca collected by Mr. Leonhard Stejneger, on Bering Island, 
1882-'83. By W. Lilljeborg. Pp. 154-156. July 2, 18S7. 

622. Notes on the osteology of the spotted tinamou (Nothura maculosa). By Fred- 

eric A. Lucas. Pp. 157-158, 2 figs. July 2, 1887. 

623. Field-notes on the mammals, birds and reptiles of northern California. By 

Charles H. Townsend. Pp. 159-241, 4 figs., 1 pi. July 2, 1887. 

624. A contribution to the knowledge of the fishes of Kansas. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 

242-253. July 2, 1887. 

625. Notes on the North American Lithobiidae and Scutigeridae. By Charles H. 

Bollman. Pp. 254-256, July 2, 1887; pp. 257-266, Aug. 1, 1887. 

626. Description of two new species of Kaup's genus Megascops. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 267-268. Aug, 1, 1887. 

627. Notes on a collection of fishes sent by Mr. Charles C. Leslie from Charleston, 

South Carolina. By David S. Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann. Pp. 269-270. 
Aug. 1, 1887. 



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No. 

628. Review of Japanese birds. V. — Ibises, storks, and herons. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. "Pp. 271-272, Aug. 1, 1887; pp. 273-319, 1 pi., Aug. 3, 1887. 

629. On the systematic name of the Kamtschatkan and Japanese carrion crow. 

By Leonhard Stejneger. P. 320, Aug. 3, 1887; p. 321, Sept. 16, 1887. 

630. Note on Polynemus californiens'is of Thominot. By David S. Jordan. P. 322. 

Sept. 16, 1887. 

631. List of the myriapods found in Escambia County, Florida, with descriptions 

of six new species. By Jerome McNeill. Pp. 323-327, 1 pi. Sept. 16, 1887. 

632. Descriptions of twelve new species of Myriapoda, chiefly from Indiana. By 

Jerome McNeill. Pp. 328-334, 1 pi. Sept. 16, 1887. 

633. The species of Euerythra Harv. By John B. Smith. Pp. 335-337, 1 pi. Sept. 

16, 1887. 

634. The North American species of Callimorpha Latr. By John B. Smith. Pp. 

338-352, Sept. 16, 1887; p. 353, 1 pi., Sept. 29, 1887. 

635. Annotated catalogue of the species of Porites and Synaraea in the United 

States National Museum, with a description of a new species of Porites. 
By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 354-366, 5 pis. Sept. 29, 1887. 

636. Notes on a trematode from the white of a newly-laid hen's egg. By Edwin 

Linton. Pp. 367-369, 1 fig. Sept. 29, 1887. 

637. Descriptions of five new species of fishes sent by Prof. A. Duges from the 

Province of Guanajuato, Mexico. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 370-375, 1 pi. 
Sept. 29, 1887. 

638. On a collection of birds' sterna and skulls, collected by Dr. Thomas H. Streets, 

U. S. Navy. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 376-384, Sept! 29, 1387; pp. 385-387, 4 
figs., Nov. 3, 1887. 

639. Description of a new species of Thalassophryne (Tkalassophryne doivi) from 

Punta Arenas and Panama. Bv David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. 
P. 388. Nov. 3, 1887. 

640. Notes on Psittirostra psittacea from Kauai, Hawaiian Islands. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 389-390. Nov. 3, 1887. 

641. Further contributions to the avifauna of the Liu Kiu Islands, Japan, with 

descriptions of new species. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 391-415, 1 pi. 
Nov. 3, 1887. 

642. Review of Japanese birds. VI. — The pigeons. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

416-429, 1 pi. Nov. 3, 1887. 

643. Description of a new Musc'tsaxicola, from Lake Titicaca, Peru. By Robert 

Ridgway, P. 430. Nov. 3, 1887. 

644. On Phrygiius gayi (£yd. & Gerv.) and allied species. By Robert Ridgway. 

Pp. 431-435. Nov. 3, 1887. 

645. List of the Batrachia and Reptilia of the Bahama Islands. Bv E. D. Cope. 

Pp. 436-439. Nov. 3, 1887. 

646. Descriptions of the species of Heliaster (a genus of star-fishes) represented 

in the U. S. National Museum. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 440-448, Nov. $, 
1887; p. 449, 4 pis., Jan. 6, 1888. 

647. New genera and species of North American Noctuidae. By John B, Smith. 

Pp. 450-479. Jan. 6, 1888. 

648. Note on the "Analyse de la Nature" of Rafinesque. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 

480-481. Jan. 6, 1888. 

649. On a collection of birds made by Mr. M. Namiye, in the Islands of Idzu, 

Japan. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 482-487. Jan. 6, 1888. 

650. A review of the genus Dendrocincla Gray. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 488-496, 

Jan. 6, 1888; p. 497, Aug. 6, 1888. 

651. Descriptions of two new species of the genus Unio, from the Ozark region of 

xMissouri. By R. Ellsworth Call. Pp. 498-500, 2 pis. Aug. 6, 1888. 

652. Description of a new species of Callionymus (Callionymus bnirdi) from the 

Gulf of Mexico. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 501-502. Aug. 6, 1888. 

653. Description of a new species of bird of the genus Catharus, from Ecuador. 

By Geo. N. Lawrence. P. 503. Aug. 6, 1888. 



PROCEEDINGS 67 

Proc. 
No. 

654. Remarks on Catkarus lerUpschi Lawr. By Robert Ridgway. P. 504. Aug. 6, 

1888. 

655. Descriptions of some new species and subspecies of birds from Middle Amer- 

ica. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 505-510. Aug. 6, 1888. 

656. Note on the generic name Uropsila, Scl. & Salv. By Robert Ridgway. P. 511. 

Aug. 6, 1888. 

657. Notes on a young red snapper (Lutjanus black f or di) from Great South Bay, 

Long Island. By Tarleton H. Bean. P. 512. Aug. 6, 1888. 

658. Description of a new species of T/iyrsitops (T. violaceus) from the fishing- 

banks off the New England coast. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 513-514. 
Aug. 6, 1888. 

659. A note on Vesperugo hesperus (Allen). By Frederick W. True. P. 515. Aug. 

6, 1888. 

660. Descriptions of new species and genera of birds from the lower Amazoa. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 516-528. Aug. 6, 1888. 

661. A review of the genus Psiiiacula of Brisson. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 529- 

548. Aug. 6, 1888. 
^62. Description of the nest and eggs of the California black-capped gnat-catcher 
(Polioptila calif ornica Brewster). By Chas. E. Bendire. Pp. 549-550. Aug, 
6, 1888. 

663. Notes on a collection of birds' nests and eggs from so'Jthern Arizona Terri- 

tory. By Chas. E. Bendire. Pp. 551-558. Aug. 6, 1888. 

664. Descriptions of new species of parasitic copepods, belonging to the genera 

Trebius, Perissopus, and Lernanthropus. By Richard Rathbun. Pp. 559-571, 
7 pis. Aug. 6, 1888. 

665. Catalogue of a collection of birds made by Mr. Chas. H. Townsend, on islands 

in the Caribbean Sea and in Honduras. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 572-592, 
Aug. 6, 1888; pp. 593-597, Sept. 19, 1888. 

666. The meteoric iron which fell in Johnson County, Ark., 3.17 P.M., March 27, 

1886. By George F. Kun?.. Pp. 598-605, 2 figs., 3 pis. Sept. 19, 1888. 

667. Review of Japanese birds. VII. — The creepers. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

606-611. Sept. 19, 1888. 

668. The characteristics of the elacatids. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 612-614, 1 pi. 

Sept. 19, 1888. 

669. Note on the Gramma loreto of Poey. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 615-616. Sept. 

19, 1888. 

670. Descriptions of fourteen ne%v species of North American rayriapods. By Charles 

II. Bollman. Pp. 617-627. Sept. 19, 1888. 

671. Description of a supposed new species of char (Snlvelinus aureolus), from 

Sunapee Lake, New Hampshire. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 628-630. Sept 
19, 1888. 

672. Description of a new genus and species of fish, Acrotus ivillougfibyi, from 

Washington Territorj'. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 631-632. Sept. 19, 1888. 

673. Observations on the birds of southwestern Texas. By Charles Wickliffe Beck- 

ham. Pp. 633-688, Sept. 19, 1888; pp. 689-696, Oct, 12, 1888. 

674. Description of a new Psaltriparus from southern Arizozna. By Robert Ridgway. 

P. 697. Oct. 12, 1888. 

675. Description of a new species of Xyrichthys (Xyrichthys jessiae) from the Gulf 

of Mexico. By David Starr Jordan. P. 698. Oct. 12, 1888. 

Volume 11 

Proceedings of the United States National Museuin, vol. II. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of sig- 
natures, and list of errata) ; pp. 1-671 (Proceedings papers 676-760) ; pp. 673- 
703 (index) ; 137 figs., 60 pis. 1889. 

676. New species of fossil wood (Araucarioxylon arhonicum) from Arizona and 

New Mexico. By F. H. Knowhon. Pp. 1-5, 1 pi. Nov. 8, 1888. 

677. Description of two new species of fossil coniferous wood from Iowa and 

Montana. By F. H. Knowhon. Pp. 5-8, 2 pis. Nov. 8, 1888. 



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678. Description of Storeria dekayi, var. anomola. By A. Duges, Pp. 9-10, 1 fig. 

Nov. 8, 1888. 

679. Recent determinations of fossil plants from Kentucky, Louisiana, Oregon, Cali- 

fornia, Alaska, Greenland, etc., with descriptions of new species. By Leo 
Lesquereux. Pp. 11-38, 13 pis. Nov. 8, 1888. 

680. The paleontologic history of the genus Platanus. By Lester F. Ward. Pp. 39- 

42, 6 pis. Nov. 8, 1888. 

681. Notes on Indiana fishes. By Barton W. Evermann and Oliver P. Jenkins. Pp. 

43-57. Nov. 8, 1888. 

682. On the occurrence of the Great Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in the 

waters of British Columbia. By David S. Jordan, P. 58. Nov. 8, 1888. 

683. The Navajo tanner. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 59-66. 6 pis. Nov. 8, 1888. 

684. Note on the genus Dipterodon. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 67-68. Nov. 8, 1888. 

685. Note on the genus Gobiomorus. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 69-70. Nov. 8, 1888. 

686. Notes on European marsh-tits with description of a new subspecies from Nor- 

way. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 71-76. Nov. 8, 1888. 

687. Hampe's method of determining Cu^O in metallic copper. By Fred P. Dewey. 

Pp. 77-82. Nov. 8, 1888. 

688. List of fossil plants collected by Mr. I. C. Russell, at Black Creek, near Gads- 

den, Ala., with descriptions of several new species. By Leo Lesquereux. Pp. 
83-87, 1 pi. Nov. 8, 1888. 

689. On a new series of Chariria from California. By E. D. Cope, P. 88. [Illustration 

on plate accompanying No. 729.] Nov. 8, 1888. 

690. Description of two species of Polmoxylon — one new — from Louisiana. By 

F, H, Knowlton. Pp. 89-91, 1 pi. Nov. 8, 1888. 

691. Description of a new western subspecies of Accipiter 'velox (Wils.) and sub- 

specific diagnosis of A. cooperi mexicanus (Swains,), By Robert Ridgway. 
P, 82. Nov. 8, 1888. 

692. Further contributions to the Hawaiian avifauna. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

93-103. Nov. 8, 1888. 

693. Note on Aestrelata sandivichensis Ridgw. By Robert Ridgway. P. 104. Nov. 

.8, 1888. 

694. On the serpentine of Montville, New Jersey. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 105- 

111, 2 pis. Nov. 6, 1888. 
[694a.] [Unnumbered.] Description of a new pigeon from Guayaquil, Ecuador. By 
Robert Ridg^vay. P. 112. Nov. 6, 1888. 

695. Notes on the European crested titmice. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 113-114. 

Nov. 8, 1888. 

696. On nephrite and jadeite. By F. W. Clarke and G. P. Merrill. Pp. 115-128. 

Nov. 8, 1888; pp. 129-130, 1 pi., Jan. 5, 1889. 

697. The Navajo shoemaker. By Alexander M. Stephen, Pp, 131-136, 7 figs. Jan- 

5, 1889. 

698. Description of eighteen new species of fishes from the Gulf of California. 

By Oliver P. Jenkins and Barton W. Evermann. Pp. 137-158. Jan. 5, 1889. 

699. Description of Geomys personatus and Dipodomys compactus, two new species 

of rodents from Padre Island, Texas. Bv Frederick W. True. Pp. 159-160. 
Jan. 5, 1889. 

700. On the San Emigdio meteorite. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 161-167, 1 pi. 

Jan. 5, 1889. 

701. Diagnosis of the Kamtschatkan three-toed woodpecker (Picoides albidior). 

By Leonhard Stejneger. P. 168. Jan. 5, 1889. 

702. A remarkable Eskimo harpoon from East Greenland. By John Murdoch. 

Pp. 169-171, 3 figs. Jan. 5, 1889, 

703. The corrugation in African sword blades and other weapons. By Walter 

Hough. P. 172. Jan. 5, 1889. 

704. Notes on the osteology of the thrushes, Miminae, and wrens. By Frederic 

A, Lucas. Pp. 173-176, Jan. 5, 1889; pp. 177-180, 7 figs., 1 pi.. Mar. 12, 1889. 

705. An Eskimo strike-a-light from Cape Bathurst. By Walter Hough. Pp. 181- 

184, 6 figs. Mar. 12, 1889. 



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No. 

706. Notes on Cydos'ia and Cerathosia. By John B. Smith. Pp. 185-190, 2 figi. 

Mar. 12, 1889. 

707. On a peridotite from Little Deer Isle, in Penobscot Bay, Maine. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 191-19S, 1 fig., 1 pi. Mar. 12, 1889. 

708. Description of the adult male of Acanthidops bairdi. By Robert Ridgway. 

P. 196. Mar. 12, 1889. 

709. The houses of the Kwakiutl Indians, British Columbia. By Franz Boas. Pp. 

197-213, 21 figs., 3 pis. Mar. 12, 1889. 

710. Description of a new species of Hyalina. By Wm. H. Dall. P. 214, 3 figs. 

Mar. 12, 1889. 

711. Observations upon the osteology of the North American Anseres. By R. W. 

Shufeldt. Pp. 215-240, Mar. 12, 1889; pp. 241-251, 30 figs., Mar. 26, 1889. 

712. On the proper name of the genus Labrax of Cuvier. By Theodore Gill. P. 

252. Mar. 26, 1889. 

713. Observations upon the osteology of the order Tubinares and Steganopodes. 

By R. VV. Shufeldt. Pp. 253-304, Mar. 26, 1889; pp. 305-315, 43 figs., July 
5, 1889. 

714. Description of a new species of insect, Fontaria pulchella, from Strawberry 

Plains, Jefferson County, Tennessee. By Charles H. Boliman. P. 316. July 
5, 1889. 

715. On a new specie* of Bufo from Texas. By E. D. Cope. Pp. 317-318. July 5, 

1889. 

716. On the proper generic name of the tunny and albicore. By Theodore Gill. 

Pp. 319-320. July 5, 1889. 

717. On the Psychrolutidae of Giinther. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 321-327, 1 pi. 

July 5, 1889. 

718. Ethnology of the Coast Indian tribes of Alaska. By A. P. Niblack. P. 328. 

July 5, 1889. 

719. List of fishes collected by Alphonse Forrer about Mazatlan, with descriptions 

of two new species — Heros beani and Poecilia butleri. By David Starr Jor- 
dan. Pp. 329-334. July 5, 1889. 

720. Notes on a collection of Myriapoda from Cuba. By Charles H. Boliman. Pp. 

335-338. July 5, 1889. 

721. Notes on a collection of Myriapoda from Mossy Creek, Tenn., v/ith a descrip- 

tion of a new species. By Charles H. Boliman. Pp. 339-342. July 5, 1889. 

722. Notes upon some myriapods belonging to the U. S. National Museum. By 

Charles H. Boliman. Pp. 343-350. July S, 1889. 

723. Descriptions of fourteen species of fresh-water fishes collected by the U. S. 

Fish Commission in the summer of 1888. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 351- 
362, 3 pis. July 5, 1889. 

724. A study of the boomerang. By H. Eggers. Pp. 363-367, 3 figs. July 5, 1889. 

725. List of plants from Lower California sent to the Smithsonian Institution by 

Lieut. Charles F. Pond, U. S. Navy. By George Vasey. P. 368. July 5, 1889. 
- 726. A study of the American species of Vertigo contained in the U. S. National 
Museum, with the description of a new subgenus of Pupidae. By V. Sterki. 
Pp. 369-380, 6 figs., 1 pi. July 5, 1889. 

727. On the snakes of Florida. By E. D. Cope. 381-394. July 5, 1889. 

728. Catalogue of Batrachia and Reptilia brought by William Taylor from San 

Diego, Tex. By E. D, Cope. Pp. 395-398. July 5, 1889. 

729. On the Eutaeniae of southeastern Indiana. By E. D. Cope. Pp. 399-401, 1 pi. 

[Fig. 2 pertains to No, 689.1 July 5, 1889. 

730. The Stone Age at Mount Vernon. By Otis T. Mason. P. 402. July 5, 1889. 

731. Catalogue of the myriapods of Indiana. By Charles H. Boliman. Pp. 403- 

410. July 5, 1889. 

732. List of fishes now in the U. S. National Museum collected in Nicaragua by 

Dr. Louis F, H. Birt. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 411-412. July 5, 1S89. 

733. Notes on some albino birds presented to the U. S. National Museum, with 

some remarks on albinism. By Wirt Robinson. Pp. 413-416. July 5, 1889. 



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734. Description of a new species of deer, Cariaais davatus, from Central America. 

By Frederick W. True. Pp. 417-424. July 5, 1889. 

7$S. Review of Japanese birds. VIII. — The nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatacUt 
macrorhynchos). By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 425-432. July 5, 1889. 

736. The single-headed drum of the Naskopie (Nagnagnot) Indians, Ungave dis- 
trict, Hudson Bay territory. By Lucien M. Turner. Pp. 433-434. Sept. 3, 1889. 

757. Notes oo a collection of fishes from the Maumee Valley, Ohio. By Seth E. 
Meek. Pp. 435-440. Sept. 3, 1889. 

735. Description of new genera and species of fossils from the Middle Cambrian. 

By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 41^1-446, 1 fig. Sept. 3, 1889. 
?39. A simple method of measuring the thickness of inclined strata. By Charles 
D. Walcott Pp. 447-448, 1 fig. Sept. 3, 1889. 

740. Notes on some Indian Territory land and fresh-water shells. By Chas. Torrey 

Simpson. Pp. 449-454. Sept. 3, 1889. 

741. Notes on Hydrocotyle americana L. By Theodor Holm. Pp. 4SS-462, 2 pis. 

Sept. 3, 1899. 

742. Notes on some California fishes, with descriptions of two new species. By 

Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa S. Eigenmann. Pp. 463-466. Sept. 3, 1889. 

743. On the occurrence of Echinomys semispinosus, Tomes, in Nicaragua. By Fred- 

erick W. True. Pp. 467-468. Sept. 3, 1889. 

744. On the mammals collected in eastern Honduras in 1887 by Mr. Charles H. 

Townsend, with a description of a new subspecies of Capromys from Little 
Swan Island. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 469-472. Sept. 3, 1889. 

745. The preparation of Japanese lacquer and the manufacture of Wakasa lacquer 

ware. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 473-479. Sept. 3, 1889. 
744. A fossil Vingula preserving the cast of the peduncle. By Charles D. Walcott. 
P. 480, 3 figs. Sept. 3, 1889. 

747. Notes on the species of Lachnosterna of temperate North America, with 

descriptions of new species. By John B. Smith. Pp. 481-525, 13 pis. Sept. 
3, 1889. 

748. Description of Coregonus pusillus, a new species of whitefish from Alaska. 

By Tarleton H. Bean. P. 526. Sept. 3, 1889. 

749. List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Lower California in 1889. 

By George Vasey and Joseph N. Rose. Pp. 527-528, Sept. 3, 1889; pp. 529-536, 
Sept. 20, 1889. 

750. Notes on Costa Rican birds, with descriptions of seven new species and 

subspecies and one new genus. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 537-546. Sept. 
20, 1889. 

751. Review of Japanese birds. IX. — The wrens. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

547-548. Sept. 20, 1889. 

752. List of fishes collected at Green Turtle Cay, in the Bahamas, by Charles L. 

Edwards, with descriptions of three new species. By David Starr Jordaa 
and Charles Harvey Bollman. Pp. 549-553. Sept. 20, 1889. 

753. Description of a new species of Bathymaster (B. jordani) from Puget's Sound 

and Alaska. By Charles H. Gilbert. P. 554. Sept. 20, 1889. 

754. Notes on a collection of fishes obtained in the Gila River, at Fort Thomas, 

Arizona, by Lieut. W. L. Carpenter, U. S. Army. By Philip H. Kirsch. Pp. 
555-558. Sept. 20, 1889. 

755. Notes on some Neotropical birds belonging to the United States National 

Museum. By Hans von Berlepsch. Pp. 559-560, Sept. 20, 1889; pp. 561-566, 
Sept. 25, 1889. 

756. On the classification of the mail-checked fishes. By Theodore GiH. Pp. 567- 

592. Sept. 25, 1889. 

757. Gleanings among the pleuronectids, and observations on the name P/^iire- 

nectes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 593-606. Sept. 25, 1889. 

758. Note on the genus Spheroides. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 607-608. Sept. 25, 1889. 



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759. A list of fishes from a small tributary of the Poteau River, Scott Count)-, 

Arkansas. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 609-610. Sept. 25, 1889. 

760. Descriptions of new Braconidae in the collection of the U. S. National Museum. 

By William H. Ashraead. Pp. 611-656, Sept. 25, 1889; pp. 657-671, Sept. 27, 
1889. 

Volume 12 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 12. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of 
articles, and list of errata) ; pp. 1-652 (Proceedings papers 761-789) ; pp. 653- 
686 (index); 14 figs., 23 pis. 1890. 

761. A rcvievp of the genus Xiphocolaptes of Lesson. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 1-20. 

Feb. 5, 1890. 

762. A review of the genus Sclerurus of Swainson. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 21-31. 

Feb. 5, 1890. 

763. Descriptive notes of new genera and species from the Lower Cambrian or 

Oleneilus zone of North America. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 33-46. Feb. 
5, 1890. 

764. New North American Acrididae, found north of the Mexican boundary. By 

Lawrence Bruner. Pp. 47-82, 1 pi. Feb. 5, 1890. 

765. Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. A. — Contri- 

butions to the history of Pallas' cormorant. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 
83-88. B. — Description of some bones of Pallas' cormorant (Phalacrocorax 
Perspicillattis). By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 88-94, 3 pis. Feb. 5, 1890. 

766. Description of two new species of snakes from California. By Leonhard Stej- 

neger. Pp. 95-99, 3 figs. Feb. 5, 1890. 

767. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. L — Birds collected on the Galapagos Islands in 1888. By Robert 
Ridgway. Pp. 101-128, 6 figs. Feb. 5, 1890. 

768. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba' 

tross. No. II. — Birds collected on the Island of Santa Lucia, West Indies, 
the Abrolhos Islands, Brazil, and at the Straits of Magellan, in 1887-'88. 
By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 129-139. Feb. 5, 1890. 

769. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. III. — Report on the batrachians and reptiles collected in 1887-'88. 
By E. D. Cope. Pp. 141-147. Feb. 5, 1890. 

770. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. IV. — Descriptions of new species of fishes collected at the Gala- 
pagos Islands and along the coast of the United States of Colombia, 1887-'88. 
By David Starr Jordan and Charles Harvey Bollman. Pp. 149-183. Feb. 
5, 1890. 

771. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross, No. V. — Annotated catalogue of the insects collected in 1887-'88. By 
L. O. Howard. Pp. 185-216. Feb. 5, 1890, 

772. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. VI.— List of the plants collected in Alaska in 1888. By George 
Vasey. Pp. 217-218. Feb. 5, 1890. 

773. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. VII. — Preliminary report on the collection of Mollusca and 
Brachiopoda obtained in 1887-'88. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 219-362, 
10 pis. Mar. 7, 1890. 

774. Notes on the occurrence of Gillichthys y-cauda at San Diego, California. By 

Charles H. Gilbert. P. 363. Mar. 4, 1890. 

775. Description of a new genus and species of inarticulate brachiopod from the 

Trenton limestone. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 365-366, 4 figs. Mar. 4, 
1890. (Advance sheets issued Dec. 10, 1889.) 

776. The archaeology of the Potomac tide-water region. By Otis T. Mason, Pp. 

367-370, 1 fig., 5 pis. Mar. 7, 1890. 



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777. The palaeolithic period in the District of Columbia. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 

371-376, 2 pis. Mar. 7, 1890. 

778. Notes on a third collection of birds made in Kauai, Hawaiian Islands, by Val- 

demar Knudsen. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 377-386. Mar. 8, 1890. 

779. Descriptions of new Ichneumonidae in the collection of the U. S. National 

Museum. By William H. Ashmead. Pp. 387-451. Apr. 21, 1890. 

780. Description of the yellow-finned trout of Twin Lakes, Colorado. By David 

Starr Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann. Pp. 453-454, Apr. 21, 1890. 
(Advance sheets issued Jan. 20, 1890.) 

781. Contributions toward a monograph of the Noctuidae of temperate North 

America — revision of some taeniocampid genera. By John B. Smith. Pp. 
455-496, 2 pis. 1890 (exact date of publication unknown). 

782. Catalogue of the described Araneae of temperate North America, By George 

Marx, Pp, 497-594. May 22, 1890, 

783. Notes on the serpentinous rocks of Essex County, New York; from Aqueduct 

Shaft 26, New York City; and from near Easton, Pennsylvania, By George 
P, Merrill, Pp. 595-600, May 22, 1890. 

784. A revision of the genus Araucarioxylon of Kraus, with compiled descriptions 

and partial synonymy of the species. By F, H, Knowlton. Pp, 601-617. 
May 22, 1890. 

785. Notes on North American crayfishes — family Astacidae. By Walter Faxon. 

Pp. 619-634. May 22, 1890. 

786. Description of two new species of bats — Nyctinomus europs and N. orthotis. 

By Harrison Allen. Pp. 635-640. May 22, 1890. 

787. Scientific results of explorations by the U, S, Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No, VIII, — Description of a new cottoid fish from British Columbia. 
By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 641-642. June ?, 1890, (Advance sheets issued 
Mar. 4, 1890.) 

788. Description of a new lizard from Lower California. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 643-644. June ?, 1890. 

789. Scientific results of explorations by the U, S, Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No IX, — Catalogue of fishes collected at Port Castries, St, Lucia, 
by the steamer Albatross, November, 1888. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 
645-652. June ?, 1890, 

Volume 13 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol, 13. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of 
articles, and list of errata) ; pp. 1-643 (Proceedings papers 790-841) ; pp. 645-665 
(index) ; 12 figs., 38 pis. 1891. 

790. Description of a new species of land shell from Cuba — Vertigo cubana. By 

Wm, H, Dall. Pp. 1-2, 2 figs. July 1, 1890. 

791. Description of a new species of fish from Tippecanoe River, Indiana. By 

David Starr Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann. Pp. 3-4, 1 fig. July 
1, 1890, 

792. Remarks on some fossil remains considered as peculiar kinds of marine plants. 

By Leo Lesquereux. Pp, 5-12, 1 pi. July 18, 1890, 

793. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No, X, — On certain Mesozoic fossils from the Islands of St. Paul's and 
St. Peter's, in the Straits of Magellan. By Charles A, White. Pp. 13-14, 2 
pis. July 22, 1890. 

794. Notes on the leaves of Liriodendron. By Theodor Holm. Pp. 15-35, 6 pis. 

Sept. 9, 1890. 

795. Scientific results of explorations by the U, S, Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No, XI. — New fishes collected off the coast of Alaska and the adjacent 
region southward. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 37-45. July 1, 1890. 

796. Further notes on the genus Xiphocolaptes of Lesson. By Robert Ridgway. 

Pp. 47-48, July 1, 1890. 



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797. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XII. — A preliminary report on the fishes collected by the steamer 
Albatross on the Pacific coast of North America during the year 1889, with 
descriptions of twelve new genera and ninety-two new species. By Charles 
H. Gilbert. Pp. 49-126. July 1, 1890. 

798. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XIII. — Catalogue of skeletons of birds collected at the Abrolhos 
Islands, Brazil, the Straits of Magellan, and the Galapagos Islands, in 
1887-'88. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 127-130. July 1, 1890. 

799. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XIV. — Birds from the coasts of western North America and 
adjacent islands, collected in 1888-'89, with descriptions of new species. 
By Chas. H. Townsend. Pp. 131-142. Sept. 9, 1890. 

800. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XV. — Reptiles from Clarion and Socorro Islands and the Gulf of 
California, with description of a new species. By Chas. H. Townsend. Pp. 
143-144. Sept. 9, 1890. 

801. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XVI. — Plants collected in 1889 at Socorro and Clarion Islands, 
Pacific Ocean. By Geo. Vasey and J. N. Rose. Pp. 145-149. Sept. 9, 1890. 

On a new genus and species of colubrine snakes from North America. By 
Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 151-155, 1 fig. Sept. 9, 1890. 

The osteological characteristics of the family Anguillidae. By Theodore Gill. 
Pp. 157-160. Sept. 9, 1S90. 

The osteological characteristics of the family Synaphobranchidae. By Theo- 
dore Gill. Pp. 161-164. Sept. 9, 1890. 

The osteological characteristics of the family Muraenidae. By Theodore Gill. 
Pp. 165-170. Sept. 9, 1890. 

On the disappearance of the dick cissel (Spiza americana) from the District 
of Columbia. By Hugh M. Smith. Pp. 171-172. Sept. 9, 1890. 

Description of a new species of bat, Atalapha semota. By Harrison Allen. 
Pp. 173-175. Sept. 9, 1890. 

On the snakes of the genus Charina. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 177-182. 
Sept. 9, 1890. 

On the North American lizards of the genus Barlssia of Gray. By Leonhard 
Stejneger. Pp. 183-185. Sept. 9, 1890. 

A collection of stone implements from the District of Columbia. By S. V. 
Proudfit. Pp. 187-194, 5 pis. Sept. 9, 1890. 

Notes on the occurrence of a young crab-eater (Elacate Canada), from the 
lower Hudson Valley, New York. By A. K. Fisher. P. 195. Sept. 9, 1890. 

Observations on the life history of the bottlenose porpoise. By Frederick W. 
True. Pp. 197-203, 1 fig. Sept. 9, 1890. 

Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 
tross. No. XVII. — Descriptions of new West American land, fresh-water, 
and marine shells, with notes and comments. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 
205-225, 3 pis. Sept. 16, 1890. 

Description of two new species of mammals from Mt. Kilima-Njaro, East 
Africa. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 227-229. Sept. 16, 1890. 

Osteological characteristics of the family Muraenesocidae. By Theodore Gill. 
Pp. 231-234. Sept. 16, 1890. 

On the family Rancipitidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 235-238, 1 pi. Oct. 
14, 1890. 

The osteological characteristics of the family Simenchelyidae. By Theodore 
Gill. Pp. 239-242. Oct. 14, 1890. 

The characteristics of the Dactylopteroidea. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 243-248, 1 
pi. Oct. 14, 1890. 

Notes on the birds observed during the cruise of the United States Fish Com- 
mission schooner Grampus in the summer of 1887. By William Palmer. 
Pp. 249-265. Oct. 14, 1890. 



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§20. Description of new forms of Upper Cambrian fossils. By Charles D. Walcott 

Pp. 267-279, 2 pis. Oct. 14, 1890. 

121. Notes on the Triassic plants from New Mexico. By Wm. M. Fontaine and 

F. H. Knowlton. Pp. 281-285, 5 pis. Dec. 31, 1890. 

122. Notes on fishes of the genera Agosia, Algansea, and Zophendum. By David 

Starr Jordan. Pp. 287-288. Nov. 15, 1890. 

823. Description of a new species of Etheostoma (£. micropterus) from Chihuahua, 

Mexico. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 289-290. Nov. 15, 1890. 

824. Description of a new species of bat of the genus CaroUia, and remarks on 

Carollia brevicmida. By Harrison Allen. Pp. 291-298. Dec. 11, 1890. 
J25. Osteological characteristics of the family Amphipnoidae. By Theodore Gill. 

Pp. 299-302. Dec. 11, 1890. 
%2i. Description of a new species of mouse, Phenacomys longicaudus, from Oregon. 

By Frederick W. True. Pp. 303-304. Nov. IS, 1890. 

827. Notes on the habits of the moose in the far north of British America in 1865. 

By J. G. Lockhart Pp. 305-308. Nov. 15, 1890. 

828. Observations on the Farallon rail (Porzana jamaicensis coturnicuhs Baird). 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 309-311. Nov. 15, 1890. 

829. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XVIII. — List of fishes obtained in the harbor of Bahia, Brazil, 
and in adjacent waters. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 313-336. Apr. 8, 1891. 

830. Notes on the osteology of the Paridae, Sitta, and Chamaea. By Frederic A. 

Lucas. Pp. 337-345, 5 figs., 1 pi. Apr. 8, 1891. 

831. Note on the Aspredinidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 347-352. Apr. 18, 1891. 

832. Note on the genus Felichthys of Swainson. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 353-354. 

Apr. 8, 1891. 

833. The characteristics of the family of scatophagoid fishes. By Theodore Gill. 

Pp. 355-360, 1 fig. Apr. 8, 1891. 
8S4. On the relations of Cyclopteroidea. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 361-376, 3 pis. May 
8, 1891. 

835. The osteological characteristics of the family Hemitripteridae. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 377-380, 1 pi. May 8, 1891. 

836. Playing cards from Japan. By Mrs. J. King Van Rensselaer. Pp. 381-382, 

1 pi. May 29, 1891. 

837. Notes on North American Myriapoda of the family Geophilidae, with descrip- 

tions of three genera. By O. F. Cook and G. N. Collins. Pp. 383-396, 3 pis. 
May 6, 1891. 

838. Contributions toward a monograph of the Noctuidae of temperate North Amer- 

ica. Revision of Homohadena, Grote. By John B. Smith. Pp. 397-405, 1 
fig. Apr. 18, 1891. 

839. Contributions toward a monograph of the Noctuidae of temperate North 

.America. — Revision of the species of Hadena referable to Xylophasia and 
Luperina. By John B. Smith. Pp. 407-447, 2 pis. May 8, 1891. 

840. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XIX. — A supplementary list of fishes collected at the Galapagos 
Islands and Panama, with descriptions of one new genus and three new 
species. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 449-455. May 29, 1891. 

841. The birds of Manitoba By Ernest E. Thnmpson. Pp. 457-643, 1 pi. May 29, 

1891. 

Volume 14 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 14. Pp. i-vi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and dates of publication of 
articles); pp. 1-720 (Proceedings papers 342-886); pp. 721-750 (index); 3 figs., 
34 pis. 1892. 

842. A catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of South America. By Carl H. £igen> 

mann and Rosa S. Eigenraann. Pp. 1-81. July 16, 1891. 



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143. Fishes collected by William P. Seal in Chesapeake Bay, at Cape Charles City, 

Virginia, September 16 to October 3, 1890. By Barton A. Bean. Pp. 83-94. 

July 16, 1891. 
S44. List of North American land and fresh-water shells received from the U. S. 

Department of Agriculture, with notes and comments thereon. By Robert 

E. C. Stearns. Pp. 95-106. July 16, 1891. 
84$. Relations of temperature to vertebrae among fishes. By David Starr Jordan. 

Pp. 107-120. July 16, 1891. 

846. Report upon a collection of fishes made at Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, with 

descriptions of new species. By Barton W. Evermann and Oliver P. Jenkins. 
Pp. 121-165, 2 pis. July 16, 1891. 

847. Description of a new genus and species of tailless batrachian from tropical 

America. By Leonhard Stejneger and Frederick C. Test. Pp. 167-168, 1 pi. 
July 16, 1891. 

848. On the structure of the tongue in humming birds. By Frederic A- Lucas. Pp. 

169-172, 2 figs., 1 pi. July 16, 1891. 

849. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XX. — On some new or interesting west American shells obtained 
from the dredgings of the U, S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross in 1888, 
and from other sources. By Wm. H. Dall. Pp. 173-191, 3 pis. July 24, 1891. 

850. Descriptions of two supposed new species of mice from Costa Rica and Mexico, 

with remarks on Hesperomys melanophrys of Coues. By J. A. Allen. Pp. 
193-196. July 24, 1891. 

851. Contributions toward a monograph of the Noctuidac of temperate North 

America. Revision of the species of Mamestra. By John B. Smith. Pp. 197- 
276, 4 pis. Sept. 26, 1891. 

852. Report upon the Annelida Polychaeta of Beaufort, North Carolina. By E. A. 

Andrews. Pp. 277-302, 7 pis. Aug. 20, 1891. 

853. On Eleginus of Fischer, otherwise called Tilesia or Pleurogadus. By Theo- 

dore Gill. Pp. 303-305. Aug. 27, 1891. 

854. List of shells collected on the west coast of South America, principally between 

latitudes 7° 30' S., and 8°49' N., by Dr. W. H. Jones, Surgeon, U. S. Navy. 
By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 307-335. Aug. 29, 1891. 

855. Descriptionsof new genera, species, and subspecies of birds from Costa Rica. 

By George K. Cherrie. Pp. 337-346. Sept. 4, 1891. 

856. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross, No. XXI. — Descriptions of apodal fishes from the tropical Pacific 
By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 347-352. Sept. 8, 1891. 

857. Description of a new species of chamaeleon from Kilima-njaro, eastern Africa. 

By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 353-354. Oct. 12, 1891. 

858. The genus Panopeus. By James E. Benedict and Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 355- 

385, 6 pis. Dec. 12, 1891. 

859. Some observations on the Havesu-pai Indians. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 387- 

390, 2 pis. Dec. 12, 1891. 

860. The Navajo belt-weaver. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 391-393, 1 pi. Dec. 12, 1891. 

861. On the genera Labrichthys and Pseudolabrus. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 395- 

404. Sept. 8, 1891. 

862. Description of a new scincoid lizard from East Africa. By Leonhard Stej- 

neger. Pp. 405-406. Aug. 31, 1891. 

863. Description of a new species of lizard from the Island San Pedro Martir, 

Gulf of California. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 407-408. Aug. 31, 1891. 

864. Description of a new North American lizard of the genus Sauromalus. By 

Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 409-411. Oct. 27, 1891. 

865. Notes on and list of birds and eggs collected in Arctic America, 1861-1866. 

By R. MacFarlane. Pp. 413-446. Sept. 26, 1891. 

866. On the characters of some Paleozoic fishes. By E. D. Cope. Pp. 447-463, 6 

pis. Dec. 12, 1891. 

867. Description of a new species of whippoorwill from Costa Rica. By R. Ridg- 

way. Pp. 465-466. Oct. 12, 1891. 



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868. Notes on some birds from the interior of Honduras. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 

467-471. Oct. 26, 1891. 

869. Notes on some Costa Rican birds. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 473-478. Oct. 81, 

1891. 

870. Note on Pachyrhamphus alhinucha, Burmeister. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 479- 

480. Oct. 22, 1891. 

871. Description of two supposed new forms of Thamnophilus. By Robert Ridg- 

way. P. 481. Oct. 22, 1891. 

872. Description of a new sharp-tailed sparrow from California. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 483-484. Oct. 22, 1891. 

873. Notes on Scleroporus variabilis and its geographical distribution in the United 

States. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 485-488. Oct. 27, 1891. 

874. Notes on Japanese birds contained in the Science College Museum, Imperial 

University, Tokyo, Japan. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 489-498. Oct. 26, 1891. 

875. Notes on the cubital coverts in the birds of paradise and bower birds. By 

Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 499-500. Oct. 27, 1891. 

876. Notes on some North American snakes. By Leonhard Stejneger. 501-505. Oct. 

31, 1891. 

877. Notes on the genus Siitasomus of Swainson. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 507-510. 

Oct. 31, 1891. 

878. On the snakes of the California genus Lichanura. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

511-515. Nov. 7, 1891. 

879. Notes on Costa Rica birds. By George K. Cherrie. Pp. 517-537. Nov. 17, 1891. 

880. Scientific resuhs of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXII. — Descriptions of thirty-four new species of fishes collected 
in 1888 and 1889, principally among the Santa Barbara Islands and in the 
Gulf of California. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 539-566. Mar. 28, 1892. 

881. The biology of the hymenopteroias insects of the family Chalcididae. By L. O. 

Howard. Pp. 567-588. Mar. 28, 1892. 

882. A critical revievv of the characters and variations of the snakes of North 

America. By E. D. Cope. Pp. 589-694. Mar. 28, 1892. 

883. Note on the genus Hiatula of Lacepede or Taiitoga of Mitchill. By Theodore 

Gill. P. 695. Mar. 25, 1892. 

884. Note on the genus Chonerhinus or Xenopterus. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 697- 

699. Apr. 19, 1892. 

885. On the genus Gnathanacanthus of Bleeker. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 701-704, 

1 fig. Apr. 19, 1892. 

886. Notes on the Tetraodontoidea. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 705-720, 1 pi. Apr. 20, 

1892. 

Volume 15 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 15. Pp. i-vi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of 
articles); pp. 1-495 (Proceedings papers 887-918); pp. 497-508 (index); 8 figs., 
84 pis. 1893. 

887. Preliminary descriptions of thirty-seven new species of hermit crabs of the 

genus Eupagurus in the U. S. National Museum. By James E. Benedict. 
Pp. 1-26. Mar. 28, 1892. 

888. Description of two apparently new flycatchers from Costa Rica. By George 

K. Cherrie. Pp. 27-23. Mar. 25, 1892. 

889. A maid of Wolpai. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 29-31, 1 pi. Aug. 2, 1892. 

890. Contributions toward a monograph of the Noctuidae of boreal America. — 

Revision of the genus Cucullia. By John B. Smith. Pp. 35-52, 1 pL Aug. 5, 
1892. 

891. Contributiors toward a monograph of the Noctuidae of boreal America. — 

Revision of the Dicopinae. By John B. Smith. Pp. 53-64. Aug. 5, 1892. 

892. Contributions toward a monograph of the Noctuidae of boreal America. — 

Revision of Xylomiges and Morrisonia. By John B. Smith. Pp. 65-86, 1 pi. 
Aug. 5, 1892. 



PROCEEDINGS 77 

Proc. 
No. 
193. Notes on avian Entozoa. By Edwin Linton. Pp. 87-113, 5 pis. Aug. 5, 1892. 

894. Preliminary description of a new genus and species of blind cave salamander 

from North America. By Lconhard Stejneger. Pp. 115-117, 1 pi. Aug. 2, 
1892. 

895. Descriptions of two new forms of Basilenterus rufifrons, from Mexico. By 

Robert Ridgway. P. 119. July 18, 1892. 

896. Description of a new species of star-gazer (Catheiosioma clhigutta), from 

the Gulf of Mexico. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 121-122. July 18, 1892. 

897. The fishes of San Diego, California. By Carl H. Eigenmann. Pp. 123-178, 9 

pis. Aug. 2, 1892. 
■- 898. An annotated list of the shells of San Pedro Bay and vicinity. By Mrs. M. 
Burton Williamson, with a description of two new species by W. H. Dall. 
Pp. 179-220, S pis. Aug. 2, 1892. 

899. Chinese relics in Alaska. By T. Dix Bolles. P. 221, 1 pi. Aug, 2, 1892. 

900. Corystoid crabs of the genera Telmessus and Erimacrus. By James E. Benedict. 

Pp. 223-230, 3 pis. Aug. 2, 1892. 

901. Catalogue of the crabs of the family Periceridae in the U. S. National Museum. 

By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 231-277, 13 pis. Aug. 2, 1892. 

902. The evolution of house-building among the Navajo Indians. By R. W. Shu- 

feldt. Pp. 279-282, 3 pis. Aug. 2, 1892. 

903. Notes on fishes collected in Mexico by Prof. Alfredo Duges, with descriptions 

of new species. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 283-287, 1 pi. Aug. 2, 1892. . 

904. Notes on a collection of birds made by Mr. Harry V, Henson in the Island 

of Yezo, Japan. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 289-359, 1 pi. Aug. 2, 1892. 

905. Insects of the subfamily Encyrtinae with branched antennae. By L. O. Howard. 

Pp. 361-369, 2 pis. Sept. 19, 1892. 

906. Two additions to the Japanese avifauna, including description of a new 

species. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 371-373. Sept. 19, 1892. 

907. On the eject'on of blood from the eyes of horned toads. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 

375-378. Sept. 19, 1892. 

908. Some observations on the turtles of the genus Malaclemys. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 

379-383. Sept. 19, 1892. 

909. On the breeding habits, eggs, and young of certain snakes. By O. P. Hay. 

Pp. 385-397. Sept. 19, 1892. 

910. Notes on the flowers of Anthoxanthum odoratum L. By Theo. Holm. Pp. 399- 

403, 1 pi. Oct. 5, 1892. 
^ 911. Notes on the Unionidae of Florida and the southeastern States. By Charles 
T. Simpson. Pp. 405-436, 26 pis. Oct. 26, 1892. 

912. On a new subfam.ily of phyllostome bats. By Harrison Allen. Pp. 437-439, 1 

fig. Oct. 26, 1892. 

913. Description of a new genus of phyllostome bats. By Harrison Allen. Pp. 441- 

442, 2 figs. Oct. 26, 1892. 

914. On Temminck's bat, Scotophilus temminckii. By Harrison Allen. Pp. 443-444. 

Oct. 26, 1892. 

915. An annotated catalogue of the mammals collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott in 

the Kilma-Njaro region. East Africa. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 445-480, 
5 figs., 6 pis. Oct. 26, 1892. 

916. A description of the golden trout of Kern River, California, Salmo mykiss 

agua-bonita. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 481-4S3. July 24, 1893. 

917. On the occurrence of the spiny boxfish (genus Chilomycterus) on the coast of 

California. By Carl H. Eigenmann. P. 485, 1 pi. July 24, 1893. 

918. Description of some fossil plants from the Great Falls coal field of Montana. 

By William M. Fontaine. Pp. 487-495, 3 pis. July 24, 1893. 
711175—17-^ 



78 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Volume 16 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 16. Pp. l-x (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, dates of publication of 
articles, and list of corrections) ; pp. 1-791 (Proceedings papers 919-975) ; pp. 
793-808 (Index) ; 21 figs., 84 pis. 1894. 

Proc. 

No. ^ 

919. Introduction to a monograph of the North American bats. By Harrison Allen. 

Pp. 1-28. June 13, 1893. 

920. Notes on the genera of Vespertilionidae. By Harrison Allen. Pp. 29-31. June 

13, 1893. 

921. Notes on a fev? fossil plants from the Fort Union group of Montana, with 

a description of one new species. By F. H. Knowlton. Pp. 33-36, 2 pis. 
July 27, 1893. 

922. On a collection of batrachians and reptiles from Mount Orizaba, Mexico, with 

descriptions of two new species. By W. S. Blatchley. Pp. 37-42. June 13, 
1893. 

923. Description of two supposed new species of swifts. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 

43-44. June 13, 1893. 

924. Notes on American Hemiptera Heteroptera. By A. L. Montandon. Pp. 45-52. 

June 13, 1893. 

925. Catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of Central America and southern Mexico. 

By Carl H. Eigenmann. Pp. 53-60. June 13, 1893. 

926. On the making of gelatin casts. By J. W. Scollick. Pp. 61-62. June 13, 1893. 

927. Catalogue of the crabs of the family Maiidae in the U. S. National Museum. 

By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 63-103, 6 pis. July 26, 1893. 

928. Notes on Erian (Devonian) plants from New York and Pennsylvania. By 

D. P. Penhallow. Pp. 105-114, 6 pis. July 26, 1893. 

929. Notes on Kematophyton crassum. By D. P. Penhallow. Pp. 115-118, 4 pis. 

July 26, 1893. 

930. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXIII. — Report on the Actiniae collected by the United States 
Fish Commission steamer Albatross during the winter of 1887-1888. By J. 
Playfair McMurrich. Pp. 119-216, 17 pis. July 29, 1893. 

931. On the status of the gray shrike, collected by Capt. Blakiston, in Yezo, Japan. 

By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 217-218. June 6, 1893. 

932. Throwing-sticks from Mexico and California. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 219- 

221, 6 figs. July 19, 1893. 

933. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXIV. — Descriptions of new genera and species of crabs from 
the west coast of North America and the Sandwich Islands. By Mary J. 
Rathbun. Pp. 223-260. July 12, 1893. 

934. Notes on some fossil platits from the Trinity division of the Comanche serie* 

of Texas. By William Morris Fontaine. Pp. 261-282, 8 pis. Oct. 6, 1893. 

935. Observations on the blind crayfishes of Indiana, with a description of a new 

subspecies; Cambarus pellucidus testii. By W. P. Hay. Pp. 283-286, 2 pis. 
Sept. 28, 1893. 

936. The shofar— its use and origin. By Cyrus Adler. Pp. 287-301, 4 pis. Oct. 7, 1893. 

937. List of Diatomaceae from a deep-sea dredging in the Atlantic Ocean off 

Delaware Bay by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. By Albert 
Mann. Pp. 303-312. July 19, 1893. 

938. Description of a new species of cyprinoid fish, Couesius greeni, from the head 

waters of Frazer River in British Columbia. By David S. Jordan. Pp. 313- 
314. July 19, 1893. 

939. Note on the wall-eyed pollack (Pollachius chalcogrammus fucensis) of Puget 

Sound. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 315-316. July 19, 
1893. 



PROCEEDINGS 79 

Proc. 
Na 

940. Preliminary report on the molluscan species collected by the United State* 

scientific expedition to West Africa, in 1889-'90. By Robert E. C. Stearns. 
Pp. 317-339. Sept. 28, 1893. 

941. On rare or little known mollusks from the west coast of North and South Amer- 

ica, with descriptions of new species. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 341-352, 

1 pi. Sept. 28, 1893. 

942. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXV. — Report on thg mollusk-fauna of the Galapagos Islands 
with descriptions of new species. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 353-450, 

2 pis. Sept. 29, 1893. 

943. Scientific results of explorations by the V. S. Fish Coramissinn steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXVI. — Report on the pteropods and heteropods collected by the 
U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross during the voyage from Norfolk, 
Va., to San Francisco, Cal., 1887-'88. By James I. Peck. Pp. 451-466, 3 pis. 
Sept. 30, 1893. 

944. Diagnosis of a new Californian lizard. By Leonhard Stejneger. P. 467. July 

21, 1893. 

945. Description of a supposed new species of Odontophorus from southern Mexico. 

By Robert Ridg\vay. Pp. 469-470. July 21, 1893. 

946. A subtropical Miocene fauna in Arctic Siberia. By William Healey DalL 

Pp. 471-478, 1 pi. Sept. 30, 1893. 

947. Notes on a collection of birds from eastern Nicaragua and the Rio Frio, 

Costa Rica, with a description of a supposed new Trogon. By Charles W. 
Richmond. Pp. 479-532. Oct. 4, 1893. 

948. Description of a new species of fruit bat, Pteropus aldabrcnsis, from Aldabra 

Island. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 533-534. Oct. 21, 1893. (Advance sheeU 
issued July 14, 1893.) 

949. Notice of the crustaceans collected by the United States scientific expedition 

to the west coast of Africa. By James E. Benedict. Pp. 535-541. Oct. 9, 1893. 

950. A descriptive catalogue of the harvest-spiders (Phalangiidae) of Ohio. By 

Clarence M. Weed. Pp. 543-563, 1 fig., 13 pis. Oct. 25, 1893. 

951. Scientific results of the U. S. eclipse expedition to West Africa, 1889-'90. Report 

upon the Insecta, Arachnida, and Myriopoda. By C. V. Riley. Pp. 565- 
590, 13 figs., 1 pi. Oct. 23, 1893. 

952. On some fossil Unios and other fresh-water shells from the drift at Toronto, 

Canada; with a review of the distribution of the Unionidae of northeastern 
North America. By Chas. T. Simpson. Pp. 591-595. Oct. 25, 1893. 

953. Descriptions of some new birds collected on the islands of Aldabra and 

Assumption, northwest of Madagascar, by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By Robert 
Ridgway. Pp. 597-600. Oct. 25, 1893. (Advance sheets issued Aug. 16, 
1893.) 

954. Notes on a small collection of mammals from the Tana River, East Africa, 

with descriptions of new species. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 601-603. 
Oct. 25, 1893. 

955. Remarks on the avian genus Myiarchus, with special reference to At. yuca- 

tanensis Lawrence. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 605-608. Oct. 25, 1893. 

956. On a small collection of birds from Costa Rica. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 609- 

614. Oct. 28, 1893. 

957. Notes on a third installment of Japanese birds in the Science College Museum, 

Tokyo, Japan, with descriptions of new species. By Leonhard Stejneger. 
Pp. 615-638. Oct. 30, 1893. 

951. Land shells of the genus Bulimulus in Lower California, with descriptions of 
several new species. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 639-647, 2 pis. Nov. 
23, 1893. 

959. Descriptions of new species of American fresh-water crabs. By Mary J. Rath- 
bun. Pp. 649-661, 5 pis. Nov. 23, 1893. 



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No. 

960. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXVII. — Catalogue of a collection of birds made in Alaska by 
Mr. C. H. Townsend during the cruise of the U. S. Fish Commission steamer 
Albatross, in the summer and autumn of 1888. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 
663-665. Nov. 24, 1893. 

961. A revision of the genus Formicarius Boddaert. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 667- 

686. Nov. 28, 1893. 

962. Description of a new storm petrel" from the coast of western Mexico. By 

Robert Ridgway. Pp. 687-688. Nov. 24, 1893. 

963. Description of a new species of mouse {Sitomys decolorus) from Central Amer- 

ica. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 689-690. Feb. 5, 1894. 

964. Description of a new Geothlypis from Brownsville, Texas. By Robert Ridgway. 

Pp. 691-692. Feb. 5, 1894. 

965. The proper generic name of the tunnies. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 693-694. 

Feb. 5, 1894. 

966. The shell heaps of the east coast of Florida. By DeWitt Webb. Pp. 695-698, 

7 pis. Apr. 9, 1894. 

967. Description of a new blennioid fish from California. By Tarleton H. Bean. 

Pp. 699-701, 1 fig. Feb. 10, 1894. 

968. Notes on Myriapoda from Loanda, Africa, collected by Mr. Heli Chatelaine, 

including a description of a new genus and species. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 
703-708. Feb. 7, 1894. 

969. Description of a new species of blind-snakes (Typhlopidae) from the Congo 

Free State. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 709-710. Feb. 5, 1894. 

970. On some collections of reptiles and batrachians from East Africa and the 

adjacent islands, recently received from Dr. W. L. Abbott and Mr. William 
Astor Chanler, with descriptions of new species. By Leonhard Stejneger. 
Pp. 711-741. Feb. 7, 1894. 

971. Notes on recent collections of North American land, fresh water, and marine 

shells received from the U. S. Department of Agriculture. By Robert E. C. 
Stearns. Pp. 743-755. Feb. 5, 1894. 

972. On the relationships of Taylor's mouse. Site my s taylori. By Frederick W. True. 

Pp. 757-758. Feb. 7, 1894. 

973. Notes on the natural history of Aldabra, Assumption and Glorioso Islands, 

Indian Ocean. By W. L. Abbott. Pp. 759-764. Feb. 9, 1894. 

974. Remarks on Japanese quails. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 765-769. Feb. 13, 

1894. 

975. Notes on birds of central Mexico, v^ith descriptions of forms believed to be 

new. By P. L. Jouy. Pp. 771-791. Apr. 18, 1894. 

Volume 17 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 17. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of plates) ; pp. 1-733 (Proceedings 
papers 976-1032) ; pp. 735-765 (index) ; 83 figs., 32 pis. 1895. 

976. Notes on mammals of Baltistan and the Vale of Kashmir, presented to the 

National Museum by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 1-16. 
May 8, 1894. 

977. Description of a new lizard [Verticaria beldingi), from California. By Leon- 

hard Stejneger. Pp. 17-18. May 4, 1894. 

978. Note on a blue mineral, supposed to be ultramarine, from Silver City, New 

Mexico. By R. L. Packard. Pp. 19-20, May 4, 1894. 

979. Descriptions of two new species of crabs from the western Indian Ocean, pre- 

sented to the National Museum by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By Mary J. Rathbun. 
Pd. 21-24. May 4. 1894. 



PROCEEDINGS 81 

Proc. 
No. 

980. Descriptions of a new genus and two new species of African fresh-water 

crabs. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 25-27. May 4, 1894. 

981. An analysis of jadeite from Mogcung, Burma. By Oliver C. Farrington. 

Pp. 29-31. July 29, 1894. 

982. Notes on some skeletons and skulls of porpoises of the genus Prodelphinus, 

collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott in the Indian Ocean. By Frederick W. 
True. Pp. 33-37. July 19, 1894. 

983. Description of nests and eggs of some new birds, collected on the Island of 

Aldabra, northwest of Madagascar, by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By Charles 
Bendire. Pp. 39-41. July 19, 1894. 

984. Notes on the crabs of the family Inachidae in the United States National 

Museum. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 43-75, 1 pi. July 21, 1894. 

985. On the formation of stalactites and gypsum incrustations in caves. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 77-81, 4 pis. July 28, 1894. 

986. Descriptions of a new genus and four new species of crabs from the Antil- 

lean region. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 83-86. July 21, 1894. (Advance 
sheets issued Mar, 30, 1894.) 

987. The formation of sandstone concretions. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 87-88. 1 pi. 

July 23, 1894. 

988. Monograph of the genus Gnathodon, Gray {Ra?igia, Desmoulins). Bv Wm. H. 

Dall. Pp. 89-106, 1 pi. July 23, 1894. 

989. On the nom.enclature and characteristics of the lampreys. By Theodore Gill. 

Pp. 107-110. July 23, 1894. 

990. The nomenclature of the Myliobatidae or Aetobatidae. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

111-114. July 23, 1894. 

991. The nomenclature of the family Poeciliidae or Cyprinodcntidae. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 115-116. July 19, 1894. 

992. The differential characters of the Salmonidae and Thymallidae. By Theo- 

dore Gill. Pp. 117-122. July 19, 1894. 

993. On the relations and nomenclature of Stizostedion or Lucioperca. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 123-128. July 21, 1894. 

994. Description of a new species of cotton rat (Sigmodon minima) from New 

Mexico. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 129-130. July 19, 1894. 

995. Notes on the invertebrate fauna of the Dakota formation, with descriptions 

of new molluscan forms. By Charles A. White. Pp. 131-138, 1 pi. July 19, 
1894. 

996. The shells of the Tres Marias and other localities along the shores of Lower 

California and the Gulf of California. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 
139-204. July 19, 1894. 

997. Notes on a Japanese species of reed warbler. By Leonhard Stcjneger. Pp. 

205-206. July 21, 1894. 

998. A review of the fossil flora of Alaska, with descriptions of new species. By 

F. H. Knowlton. Pp. 207-240, 1 pi. Aug. 2, 1894. 

999. Diagnoses of new North American mammals. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 

241-243. Nov. 15, 1894. (Advance sheets issued Apr. 26, 1894.) 

1000. Descriptions of new species of starfishes and ophiurans, with a revision of 

certain species formerly described; mostly from the collections made by the 
United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries. By A. E. Verrill. Pp. 245- 
297. Nov. 15, 1894. 

1001. Notes on the anatomy and affinities of the Coerebidae and other American 

birds. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 299-312, 13 figs. Nov. 15, 1894. 

1002. Discovery of the genus Oldhnmia in America. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 

313-315, 1 fig. Nov. 15, 1894. 

1003. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in 1892 and 1893. By 

Einar Loennberg. Pp. 317-339, 3 figs. Nov. 15, 1894. 

1004. On the rodents of the genus Sminthus in Kashmir. By Frederick W. True. 

Pp. 341-343. Nov. 15, 1894. 



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Proc. 
No. 

1005. The relationship of the lacertilian genus Anniella, Gray. By G. Baur. Pp. 

345-351. Nov. 15, 1894. 

1006. Diagnoses of some undescribed wood rats (genus Neotoma) in the National 

Museum. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 353-355. Nov. 15, 1894. (Advance 
sheets issued June 27, 1894.) 

1007. Descriptions of twenty-two new species of birds from the Galapagos Island*. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 357-370. Nov. 15, 1894. 

1008. Descriptions of some new birds from Aldabra, Assumption, and Gloriosa 

Islands, collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 371-373. 
Nov. 15, 1894. 

1009. A revision of the fishes of the subfamily Sebastinae of the Pacific coast of 

America. By Carl H. Eigenmann and Charles H. Beeson. Pp. 375-407. 
Nov. 15, 1894. 

1010. Additional notes on the native trees of the lower Wabash Valley. By Robert 

Ridgway. Pp. 409-421, 6 pis. Jan. 24, 1895. 

1011. Distribution of the land and fresh-water mollusks of the West Indian region, 

and their evidence with regard to past changes of land and sea. By Charles 
Torrey Simpson. Pp. 423-450, 1 pi. Jan. 26, 1895. 

1012. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXVIII. — On Cetomimidae and Rondeletiidae, two new families 
of bathybial fishes from the northwestern Atlantic. By G. Brown Goode 
and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 451-454, 1 pi. Jan. 26, 1895. 

1013. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albo' 

iross. No. XXIX. — A revision of the order Heteromi, deep-sea fishes, with 
a description of the new generic types Macdonaldia and Lipogenys. By G. 
Brown Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 455-470, 1 pi. Jan. 26, 1895. 

1014. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXX. — On Harrioita, a new type of chimaeroid fish from the 
deeper waters of the northwestern Atlantic. By G. Brown Goode and 
Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 471-473, 1 pi. Jan. 26, 1895. 

1015. Overlaying with copper by the American aborigines. By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 

475-477, 4 figs. Jan. 26, 1895. 

1016. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXXI. — Descriptions of new genera and species of crabs of the 
family Lithodidac, with notes on the young of L'tthodes camtschatlcus and 
Litltodes brevlpes. By James E. Benedict. Pp. 479-488. Jan. 29, 1895. 

1017. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXXII. — Report on the Crustacea of the order Stomatopoda col- 
lected by the steamer Albatross between 1885 and 1891, and on other 
specimens in the U. S. National Museum. By Robert Payne Bigelow. Pp. 
489-550, 28 figs., 3 pis, Feb. 5, 1895. 

1018. The pterylography of certain American goat-suckers and owls. By Hubert 

Lyman Clark. Pp. 551-572, 11 figs. May 11, 1895. 

1019. The box tortoises of North America. By W. E. Taylor. Pp. 573-588, 7 figs. 

May 11, 1895. 

1020. Description of Uta mearnsi, a new lizard from California. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 589-591. May 11, 1895. (Advance sheets issued Nov. 30, 
1894.) 

1021. Notes on Butler's garter snake. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 593-594. May, 

11, 1895. 

1022. On the specific name of the coachwhip snake. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

595-596. May 11, 1895. 

1023. Description of a new salamander from Arkansas with notes on Ambystoma 

annulatum. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 597-599. May 11, 1895. 

1024. Diagnosis of a new genus of trogons (Heterotrogen), based on Hapaloderma 

vittatum of Shelley; with a description of the female of that species. By 
Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 601-603. May 11, 1895. 

1025. On the bothriothoracine insects of the United States, By L. O. Howard. Pp. 

605-613. May 11, 1895. 



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No. 

102$. Notes on the geographical distribution of scale insects. By T. D. A. Cockereli. 
Pp. 61S-62S. May 11, 1895. 

1027. Description of a new species of rocl;fish, Scbastichthys brevispinij, from 

Alaska. By Tarleton K. Bean. Pp. 627-628. May 11, 1895, 

1028. Description of a new species of fish, Bleekeria gilli. By Tarleton H. Bean. Pp. 

629-630. May 11, 1895. 

1029. Description of Gobioides broussoneii, a fish new to North America, from the 

Gulf of Mexico. By Tarleton H. Bean and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 631-632, 
1 fig. May 11, 1895. 

1030. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 

tross. No. XXXIII. — Descriptions of two new flounders, Gastropsetta fron- 
talis and Cyclopsetta chittendeni. By Barton A. Bean. Pp. 633-636, 3 figs. 
May 11, 1895. 

1031. Notes on some eruptive rocks from Gallatin, Jefferson, and Madison Counties, 

Montana. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 637-673, 10 figs. May 11, 1895. 
10S2. Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Alba- 
tross. No. XXXIV. — Report on Mollusca and Brachiopoda dredged in deep 
water, chiefly near the Hawaiian Islands, with illustrations of hitherto 
unfigured species from northwest America. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 
675-733, 3 figs., 10 pis. 189S (exact date of publication unknown). 

Volume 18 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 18. Pp. 1-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of plates, and list of corrections) ; pp. 1-781 
(Proceedings papers 1033-1100) ; pp. 783-819 (index) ; 51 figs., 35 pis. 1896. 

1033. Diagnoses of new mollusks from the survey of the Mexican boundary. By 

W. H. Dall. Pp. 1-6. Apr. 28, 1896. 

1034. Diagnoses of new species of mollusks from the west coast of America. By 

W. H. Dall. Pp. 7-20. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1035. Diagnoses of new Tertiary fossils from the southern United States. By 

W. H. Dall. Pp. 21-46, Apr. 23, 1896. 

1036. Two new diplopod Myriapoda of the genus Oxydesmiu from the Congo, By 

0. F. Cook. Pp. 47-52. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1037. Priodesmus. i new genus of Diplopoda from Surinam. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 

53-57, 1 pi. Apr. 23, 1896, 

1038. On Ceopbilus attenuatus, Say, of the class Chilopoda. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 

59-62, Apr. 23, 1896. 

1039. An arrangement of the Geophilidae, a family of Chilopoda. By O. F. Cook. 

Pp. 63-75. Apr. 23, 1896. . 

1040. Description of a new species of golden beetle from Costa Rica, By Martin L. 

Linell. Pp. 77-78. Apr, 23, 1896. (Advance sheets issued Jan, 12, 1895.) 

1041. Two new species of beetles of the tenebrionid genus Echocerus. By F. H. 

Chittenden. Pp. 79-80, Apr, 23, 1896. (Advance sheets issued Jan, 16, 1895.) 

1042. East African Diplopoda of the suborder Polydesmoidea, collected by Mr. 

William Astor Chanler, By O, F. Cook. Pp, 81-111, 5 pis, Apr, 23, 1896. 

1043. Description of a new species of pipefish (Siphostoma scovelU) from Corpus 

Christi, Texas. By Barton W. Evermann and William C. Kendall. Pp, 113- 
115. Apr. 16, 1896, 

1044. Description of a new species of snake (Tantilla eiseni) from California, By 

Leonhard Stejneger, Pp, 117-118, Apr, 16, 1896. 

1045. Description of a new species of ground warbler from eastern Mexico. By 

Robert Ridgway, Pp, 119-120. Apr. 16, 1896. 

1046. East African Odonata, collected by Doctor W. L. Abbott. By Philip P. Calvert. 

Pp. 121-142, 15 figs, Apr. 23, 1896. 

1047. Notes on the Odonata from east Africa, collected by the Chanler Expedition. 

By Philip P. Calvert. Pp. 143-145. Apr. 23, 1896. 



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No. 

1048. On the proper name of the gunnels or butterfishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp 

147-151. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1049. The differential characters of the syngnathid and hippocampid fishes. By 

Theodore Gill. Pp. 153-159. Apr. 23, 1S96. 

1050. Notes on the synonymy of the Torpedinidae or Narcobatidae. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 161-165. Apr. 23, 1S96. 

1051. The families of synentognathous fishes and their nomenclature. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 167-178. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1052. On the application of the name Teuthis to a genus of fishes. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 179-189. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1053. Notes on the nomenclature of Scymnus or Scymnorhinus, a genus of sharkt. 

By Theodore Gill. Pp. 191-193. May 27, 1S96. 

1054. Notes on the genus Cephaleutherus of Rafinesque, and other rays with aberrant 

pectoral fins {Propierygia and liieroptera). By Theodore Gill. Pp. 195- 
198. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1055. Notes on characinoid fishes with ctenoid scales, with a description of a new 

Psectrogaster. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 199-203. May 27, 1896. 

1056. The differential characters of characinoid and erythrinoid fishes. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 205-209. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1057. Notes on Orectolobus or Crossor/iinus, a genus of sharks. By Theodore Gill. 

Pp. 211-212. Apr. 16, 1896. 

1058. Note on the fishes of the genus Characinus. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 213-215. 

Apr. 16, 1896. 

1059. The nomenclature of Rachicentron or Elacate, a genus of acanthopterygian 

fishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 217-219. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1060. Note on the nomenclature of the poecilioid fishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

221-224. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1061. The nomenclature of the fishes of the characinoid genus Tetragonopterus. By 

Theodore Gill. Pp. 225-227. Apr, 23, 1896. 

1062. List of the Lepidoptera collected in eastern Africa by Dr. W. L. Abbott, with 

descriptions of some apparently new species. By W. J. Holland. Pp. 229- 
258. May 27, 1896. 

1063. List of Lepidoptera collected in Somali-land, East Africa, by Mr. William 

Astor Chanler and Lieutenant Von Hoehnel. By W. J. Holland. Pp. 259- 
264. May 27, 1896. 

1064. List of the Lepidoptera from Aldabra, Seychelles, and other East African 

islands, collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By W. J. Holland. Pp. 265-273. 
May 27, 1896. 

1065. List of the Lepidoptera collected in Kashmir by Dr. W. L. Abbott. Bv W. J. 

Holland. Pp. 275-279, 2 pis. May 27, 1896. 

1066. Notes on asbestos and asbesiiforra minerals. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 281- 

292, 5 figs. Apr. 23, 1896. 

1067. Preliminary description of some new birds from the Galapagos Archipelago. 

By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 293-294. 1896 (exact date of publication unknown). 

1068. The classification and geographical distribution of the pearly fresh-water 

mussels. By Charles T. Simpson. Pp. 295-343, 1 pi. May 19, 1896. 

1069. Note on the occurrence of an armadillo of the genus Xenurtis in Honduras. By 

Frederick W. True. Pp. 345-347, 2 pis, July 8, 1896. 

1070. The genus Callinecles. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 349-375, 17 pis. July 8, 1896. 

1071. Descriptions of two new species of fresh-water crabs from Costa Rica. By 

Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 377-379, 3 figs., 2 pis. July 8, 1896. 

1072. Description of four new Triassic Unios from the Staked Plains of Texas. 

By Charles Torrey Simpson. Pp. 381-385, 5 figs. May 19, 1896. 

1073. Revision of the North American Empidae — a family of two-winged insects. 

By D, W. Coquillett. Pp 387-440. May 25, 1896. 

1074. Description of a new subspecies of the genus Peucedramus, Coues. By Robert 

Ridgway. P. 441. May 21, 1896. 



PROCEEDINGS 85 

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No. 

1075. Preliminary diagnoses of new mammals from the Mexican border of the 

United States. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 443-447. May 23, 1896. (Advance 
sheets issued Mar. 25, 1896.) 

1076. Characters of a new American family of passerine birds. By Robert Ridg- 

way. Pp. 449-450. June 24, 1896. 

1077. Osteological and pterylographical characters of the Procniatidae. By F. A. 

Lucas. Pp. 505-507, 5 figs. June 24, 1896, 

1078. Catalogue of a collection of birds made by Doctor W. L. Abbott in Kashmir, 

Baltistan and Ladak, with notes on some of the species, and a description 
of a new species of Cyanecula. By Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 451-503. 
June 24, 1896. 

1079. On birds collected by Doctor W. L. Abbott in the Seychelles, Amirantes, 

Gloriosa, Assumption, Aldabra, and adjacent islands, with notes on habits, 
etc., by the collector. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 509-546. June 24, 1896. 

1080. Descriptions of two new subspecies of the downy woodpecker, Dryobates 

pubescens (Linnaeus). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 547-550. June 24, 1896. 

1081. Preliminary description of a new subgenus and six new species and sub- 

species of hares, from the Mexican border of the United States. By Edgar 
A. Mearns. Pp. 551-565. June 24, 1896. 

1082. Note on Plectroplltes and Hypoplectrodes, genera of serranoid fishes. By 

Theodore Gill. Pp. 567-568. July 24, 1896. 

1083. Catalogue of a collection of birds made by Doctor W. L. Abbott in eastern 

Turkestan, the Thian-Shan Mountains, and Tagdumbash Pamir, central 
Asia, with notes on some of the species. By Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 
569-591. July 25, 1896. 

1084. Descriptions of three species of sand fleas (amphipods) collected at Newport, 

Rhode Island. By Sylvester D. Judd, Pp. 593-603, 11 figs. July 25, 1896. 

1085. Remarks on the synonymy of some North American scolytid beetles. By William 

Eichhoff. (Translated and annotated by E. A. Schwarz.) Pp. 605-610, 
Aug. 12, 1896. 

1086. Fossil jelly fishes from the Middle Cambrian terrane. By Charles D. Wal- 

cott. Pp. 611-614, 2 pis. Aug. 12, 1896. 

1087. Preliminary descriptions of a new genus and three new species of crustaceans 

from an artesian well at San Marcos, Texas. By James E. Benedict. Pp. 
615-617, Aug. 12, 1896. (Advance sheets issued Apr. 14, 1896.) 

1088. Description of a new genus and species of blind tailed batrachians from the 

subterranean waters of Texas. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 619-621. Aug. 
12, 1896. (Advance sheets issued Apr. 15, 1896.) 

1089. Description of a new stickleback, Gasterosteus gladiunculus, from the coast of 

Maine. By W. C. Kendall. Pp. 623-624. Aug. 12, 1896. 

1090. Description of a new species of ant thrush from Nicaragua, By Charles W. 

Richmond. Pp. 625-626. Aug. 12, 1896. 

1091. Partial list of birds collected at Alta Mira, Mexico, by Mr. Frank B. Arm- 

strong. By Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 627-632. Aug. 12, 1896. 

1092. On some reared parasitic hymenopterous insects from Ceylon. By L. O, How- 

ard and Wm. H. Ashmead. Pp. 633-648, Aug, 12, 1896, 

1093. An annotated list of birds observed on the Island of Margarita, and at 

Guanta and Laguayra, Venezuela. By Wirt Robinson, with critical notes 
and descriptions of new species by Charles W, Richmond. Pp. 649-685, 1 fig., 
1 pi. Aug. 12, 1896. 

1094. List of Coleoptera collected on the Tana River, and on the Jombene Range, 

East Africa, by Mr. William Astor Chanler and Lieutenant Ludwig von 
Hohnel, with descriptions of new genera and species. By Martin L. Linell. 
Pp. 687-716. Aug. 12, 1896, 

1095. Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. XI. — The 

cranium of Pallas's cormorant. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 717-719, 2 pU. Oct. 
7, 1896. 

1096. New species of North American Coleoptera of the family Scarabaeidae. By 

Martin L. Linell. Pp. 721-731. Oct. 7, 1896. 



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1097. Observations on the development and migration of the urticating organs o/ 

sea nettles, Cnidaria. By Louis Murbach. Pp. 733-740. Oct. 7, 1896. 

1098. List of the Lepidoptera collected in East Africa, 1894, by Mr. William Astor 

Chanler and Lieutenant Ludwig von Hohnel. By W. J. Holland. Pp. 741- 
767. Oct. 7, 1896. 

1099. Notes on the vampire bat (Diphylla ecaudata), with special reference to its 

relationships with Desmodus rufus. By Harrison Allen. Pp. 769-777, 6 figs. 
Oct. 27, 1896. 

1100. Description of a new species of bat of the genus Glossophaga. By Harrison 

Allen. Pp. 779-781. Oct. 27, 1896. 

Volume 19 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 19. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of plates) ; pp. 1-824 (Proceedings 
papers 1101-1123) ; pp. 825-864 (index) ; 53 figs., 5 maps, 48 charts, 68 pU. 1897. 

1101. A revision of the American moles. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 1-112, 46 figs., 

5 maps, 4 pis, Dec. 21, 1896. 

1102. Descriptions of new cynipidous galls and gall-wasps in the United States 

National Museum. By William H. Ashmead. Pp. 113-136. Dec. 30, 1896. 

1103. Preliminary diagnoses of new mammals from the Mexican border of the United 

States. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 137-140. Dec. 21, 1896. (Advance sheets 
issued May 25, 1896.) 

1104. Description of a new genus and four new species of crabs from the Wert 

Indies. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 141-144. Dec. 21, 1896. 

1105. A revision of the adult tapeworms of hares and rabbits. By Ch. Wardell 

Stiles. Pp. 145-235, 21 pis. Dec. 30, 1896. 

1106. Contributions to the natural historj- of the Commander Islands. XII. — Fishes 

collected at Bering and Copper Islands by Nikolai A. Grebnitski and Leon- 
hard Stejneger. By Tarleton H. Bean and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 237-251. 
Dec. 30, 1896. 

1107. Is the Florida box tortoise a distinct species? By Einar Lonnberg. Pp. 253- 

254. Dec. 30, 1896. 

1108. Summary of the Hemiptera of Japan, presented to the United States National 

Museum by Professor Mitzukuri. By Philip R. Uhler. Pp. 255-297. Dec. 
30, 1896. 

1109. On the genus Remondia, Gabb, a group of Cretaceous bivalve mollusks. By 

Timothy W. Stanton. Pp. 299-301, 1 pi. Dec. 30, 1896. 

1110. Descriptions of Tertiary fossils from the Antillean region. By R. J. Lech- 

mere Guppy and William Healey Dall. Pp. 303-331, 4 pis. Dec. 30, 1896. 

1111. Report on the mollusks collected by the International Boundary Commission 

of the United States and Mexico, 1892-1894. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 
333-379, 3 pis. Jan. 27, 1897. 

1112. Notes on fishes collected in Kamchatka and Japan by Leonhard Stejneger 

and Nicolai A. Grebnitski, with a description of a new blenny. By Tarle- 
ton H. Bean and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 381-392, 2 pis. Jan. 27, 1897. 

1113. Descriptions of new species of North Amercan Coleoptera in the families 

Cerambycidae and vScarabaeidae. By Martin L. Linell. Pp. 393-401. Feb. 
5, 1897. 

1114. Report on the fishes dredged in deep water near the Hawaiian Islands, with 

descriptions and figures of twenty-three new species. By Charles Henry Gil- 
bert and Frank Cramer. Pp. 403-435, 13 pis. Feb. 5, 1897. 

1115. Descriptions of twenty-two new species of fishes collected by the steamer 

Albatross, of the United States Fish Commission. By Charles Henry Gil- 
bert. Pp. 437-457, 7 pis. Feb. S, 1897. 

1116. Birds of the Galapagos Archipelago. By Robert Ridgway. Pp. 459-670, 7 

figs., 2 pis., 48 charts. Mar. 15, 1897. 

1117. On the fossil phyllopod genera, Dipeltis and Proiocaris, of the family Apodidae. 

By Charles Scliuchert. Pp. 671-676, 1 pi. May 13, 1897. 



PROCEEDINGS 87 

Proc. 
No. 

1118. Catalogue of a collection of birds made by Doctor W. L. Abbott in Mada- 

gascar, with descriptions of three new species. By Charles W. Richmond. 
Pp. 677-694. May 13, 1897. 

1119. On the insects collected by Doctor Abbott on the Seychelles, Aldabra, Glorioso, 

and Providence Islands, with descriptions of nine new species of Coleop- 
tera. By Martin L. Linell. Pp. 695-706. May 13, 1897. 

1120. Cambrian Brachiopoda: Genera Iphidea and Yorkia, with descriptions of new 

species of each, and of the genus Acrothele. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 
707-718, 2 pis. Aug. 27, 1897. 

1121. Descriptions of six new mammals from North America. By Edgar A. Mearns. 

Pd. 719-724. July 30, 1897. 

1122. The food plants of scale insects (Coccidae). By T. D. A. Cockeretl. Pp. 

725-785. Aug. 14, 1897. 

1123. Notes on larval cestode parasites of fishes. By Edwin Linton. Pp. 787-824, 

8 pis. Oct. 4, 1897. 

Volume 20 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 20. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and errata) ; pp. 1-901 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 1124-1139) ; pp. 903-932 (index) ; 149 figs., 97 pis. 1898. 

1124. Revision of the orthopteran group Melanopli (Acridiidae), with special ref- 

erence to North American forms. By Samuel Hubbard Scudder. Pp. 1-421, 
26 pis. Dec. 28, 1897. 

1125. Notes on cestode parasites of fishes. By Edwin Linton. Pp. 423-456, 8 pis. Dec. 

24, 1897. 

1126. Preliminary diagnoses of new mammals of the genera Lynx, Urocyon, Spilo' 

gale, and Mephitis, from the Mexican boundary line. By Edgar A. Mearna, 
Pp. 457-461. Dec. 24, 1897. (Advance sheets issued Jan. 12, 1897.) 

1127. Description of a new blenny-like fish of the genus Opisthocentrus, collected 

in Vulcano Bay, Port Mororan, Japan, by Nicolai A. Grebnitsfci. By Tarle- 
ton H. Bean and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 463-464, 1 pi. Dec. 24, 1897. (Advance 
sheets issued Jan. 28, 1897.) 

1128. Description of a new crustacean of the genus Sphaeroma from a warm spring 

in New Mexico. Pp. 465-466. Dec. 24, 1897. (Advance sheets issued Feb. 
6, 1897.) 

1129. Preliminary diagnoses of new mammals of the genera Mephitis, Dorcelaphus, 

and Dicotyles, from the Mexican border of the United States. By Edgar A. 
Mearns. Pp. 467-471. Dec. 24, 1897. (Advance sheets issued Feb. 11, 1897.) 

1130. New species of Coleoptera of the family Chrysomelidae, with a short review 

of the tribe Chlamydini. By Martin L. Linell. Pp. 473-485. Jan. 5, 1898. 

1131. Notes on a collection of fishes from the Colorado Basin in Arizona. By Charles 

Henry Gilbert and Norman Bishop Scofield. Pp. 487-499, 4 pis. Jan. 19, 
1898. 

1132. Preliminary diagnoses of new mammals of the genera Sciurus, Castor, Neotoma, 

and Sigmodon, from the Mexican border of the United States. By Edgar A. 
Mearns. Pp. 501-505. Jan. 19, 1898. (Advance sheets issued Mar. 5, 1897.) 

1133. Notes on trematode parasites of fishes. By Edwin Linton. Pp. 507-548, 15 pis. 

Jan. 20, 1898. 

1134. Contributions to Philippine ornitholog>'. Part L — A list of the birds known 

to inhabit the Philippine and P.ilawan Islands, showing their distribution 
within the limits of the two groups. By Dean C. Worcester and Frank 
8. Bourns. Part II. — Notes on the distribution of Philippine birds. By Dean 
C. Worcester. Pp. 549-625, 7 pis. Feb. 17, 1898. 

1135. Supplement to the annotated catalogue of the published writings of Charles 

Abiathar White, 1886-1897. By Timothy W. Stanton, Pp. 627-642. Feb. 
12, 1898. 



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No. 

1136. Observations on the Astacidae in the United States National Museum and 

in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, with descriptions of new species. 
By Walter Faxon. Pp. 643-694, 9 pis. Feb. 17, 189S. 

1137. A revision of tropical African Diplopoda of the family Strongylosomatidae. 

By O. F. Cook. Pp. 695-708. Mar. 8, 1898. 

1138. American leaf-hoppers of the subfamily Typhlocybinae. By Clarence P. Gil- 

lette. Pp. 709-773, 149 figs. Apr. 20, 1898. 

1139. Revision of the deep-water Mollusca of the Atlantic coast of North Amer- 

ica, with descriptions of new genera and species. Part I. — Bivalvia. By 
Addison E. Verrill and Katherine J. Bush. Pp. 775-901, 27 pis. June 15, 
1898. 

Volume 21 

Proceedings of the Unted States National Museum, vol. 21. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-901 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1140-1178); pp. 903-933 (index); 105 figs., 89 pis. 1899. 

1140. Contributions toward a monograph of the lepidopterous family Noctuidae of 

boreal North America. A revision of the species of Acronycta (Ochsenhei- 
mer) and of certain allied genera. By John B. Smith and Harrison G. 
Dyar. Pp. 1-194, 22 pis. Nov. 17, 1898. 

1141. Descriptions of the species of Cycadeoidea, or fossil cycadean trunks, thus 

far determined from the Lower Cretaceous rim of the Black Hills. By 
Lester F. Ward. Pp. 195-229. Oct. 29, 1898. 

1142. On some new parasitic insects of the subfamily Encyrtinae. By L. O. How- 

ard. Pp. 231-248. Oct. 4, 1898. 

1143. On the coleopterous insects of Galapagos Islands. Bj' Martin L. Linell. Pp. 

249-268. Oct. 4, 1898. 

1144. The birds of the Kuril Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger, Pp. 269-296. Oct. 

4, 1898. 

1145. Description of a species of Actaeon from the Quaternary bluffs at Spanish 

Bight, San Diego, California. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 297-299, 1 fig. 
Nov. 2, 1898. 

1146. Report on a collection of Japanese Diptera, presented to the U. S. National 

Museum by the Imperial University of Tokyo. By D. W. Coquillett. Pp. 
301-340. Nov. 4, 1898. 

1147. Notes on the mammals of the Catskill Mountains, New York, with general 

remarks on the fauna and flora of the region. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 
341-360, 6 figs. Nov. 4, 1898. 

1148. Topaz crystals in the mineral collection of the U. S. National Museum. By 

Arthur S. Eakle. Pp. 361-369, 22 figs. Nov. 10, 1898. 

1149. Notes on Cytherea (Tivela) crassatclloldes Conrad, with descriptions of many 

varieties. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 371-378, 3 pis. Nov. 10, 1898. 

1150. On the occurrence of Amphinma, the so-called Congo snake, in Virginia. By 

Hugh M. Smith. Pp. 379-380. Nov. 10, 1898. 

1151. Description of a new species of spiny-tailed iguana from Gautemala. By 

Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 381-383. Nov. 10, 1898. 

1152. Cambrian Brachiopoda: Obolus and Lingulella, with descriptions of new 

species. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 385-420, 3 pis. Nov. 19, 1898. 

1153. A revision of the wrens of the genus Thryomancs Sclater. By Harry C. Ober- 

holser. Pp. 421-450. Nov. 19, 1898. 

1154. American oniscoid Diplopoda of the order Merocheta. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 

451-468, 4 pis. Nov. 19, 1898. 

1155. The osteology and relationships of the family Zeidae. By Edwin Chapin 

Starks. Pp. 469-476, 6 pis, Nov, 21, 1898, 

1156. A contribution to the knowledge of the variations of the tree frog Hyla 

regilla. By Frederick Cleveland Test, Pp, 477-492, 1 pi. Nov. 19, 1898, 

1157. Japanese Hymenoptera of the family Tenthredinidae, By C. L Marlatt. Pp. 

493-506. Nov. 21, 1898. 



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A contribution to a knowledge of the fresh-water crabs of America — the 

Pseudothelphusinae, By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 507-537, 18 figs. Nov. 21, 1898. 
Notes on a collection of fishes from Mexico, with description of a new species 

of Platypoecilus. By Barton A. Bean. Pp. 539-542, 1 fig. Nov. 21, 1898. 
The leeches of the U, S. National Museum. By J. Percy Moore. Pp. 543-563, 

1 pi. Nov. 21, 1898. 
On the occurrence of Caulolepis longidens Gill, on the coast of California. By 

Charles Henry Gilbert. Pp. 565-566. Nov. 21, 1898. 
The Brachyura collected by the U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross on 

the voyage from Norfolk, Virginia, to San Francisco, California, 1887-1888. 

By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 567-616, 4 pis. Nov. 22, 1898. 
On the nomenclature of the whalebone whales of the tenth edition of Lin- 

naeus's Systema Naturae. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 617-635. Nov. 4, 1898. 
A new snake from the Eocene of Alabama. By F. A. Lucas. Pp. 637-638, 2 

pis. Dec. 20, 1898. 
Notes on the capture of rare fishes. By Barton A. Bean. Pp. 639-640. Dec. 

20, 1898. 
The feather-tracts of North American grouse and quail. By Hubert Lyman 

Clark. Pp. 641-653, 4 figs., 3 pis. Jan. 4, 1899. 
Note on O.xycottus acutlceps (Gilbert) from Sitka and Kadiak, Alaska. By 

Tarleton H. Bean and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 655-656. Dec. 20, 1898. 
African Diplopoda of the genus Pachybolus. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 657-666, 3 

pis. Mar. 17, 1899. 
The diplopod family Striariidae. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 667-676, 2 pis. Mar. 30, 

1899. 
African Diplopoda of the family Gomphodesmidae. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 

677-739, 7 pis. Mar. 30, 1899. 
Hydroida from Alaska and Puget Sound. By Charles Cleveland Nutting. Pp. 

741-753, 3 pis. Apr. 29, 1899. 
The fossil bison of North America. By Frederick A. Lucas. Pp. 755-771, 2 

figs., 20 pis. May 13, 1899. 
Petrographic report on rocks from the United States-Mexico boundary. By 

Edwin C. E. Lord. Pp. 773-782, 1 pi. May 22, 1899. 
The land reptiles of the Hawaiian Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 783- 

813, 13 figs. June 5, 1899. 
Key to the isopods of the Pacific coast of North America, with descriptions of 

twenty-two new species. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 815-869, 34 figs. June 

5, 1899. 

1176. Description of a new species of subterranean isopod. By W. P. Hay. Pp. 

871-872, 1 pi. June 1, 1899. 

1177. Synopsis of the Recent and Tertiary Leptonacea of North America and the 

West Indies. By William H. Dall. Pp. 873-897, 2 pis. June 26, 1899. 

1178. Description of a new genus and species of discoglossoid toad from North 

America. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 899-901, 4 figs., 1 pi. June 20, 1899. 

Volume 22 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 22. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and errata) ; pp. 1-1044 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 1179-1205) ; pp. 1045-1075 (index) ; 15 figs., 18 pis. 1900. 

1179. The osteological characters of the fishes of the suborder Percesoces. By Edwin 

Chapin Starks. Pp. 1-10, 3 pis. Oct. 7, 1899. 

1180. Notes on birds from the Cameroons district. West Africa. By Harry C. Ober- 

holser. Pp. 11-19. Oct. 7, 1899. 

1181. Descriptions of two new species of tortoises from the Tertiary of the United 

States. By O. P. Hay. Pp. 21-24, 3 pis. Oct. 7, 1899, 

1182. A list of the birds collected by Mr. R. P. Currie in Liberia. By Harry C. 

Oberholser Pp. 25-37, 1 pi. Oct. 9, 1899. 

1183. A list of the biting lice (Mallophaga) taken from birds and mammals of 

North America. By Vernon L. Kellogg. Pp. 39-100. Oct. 9, 1899. 



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No. 

1184. New species of nocturnal moths of the genus Campometra, and notes. By 

John B. Smith. Pp. 101-105. Oct. 9, 1899. 

1185. Synopsis of the Solenidae of North America and the Antilles. By William H. 

Dall. Pp. 107-112. Oct. 9, 1899. 

1186. The osteology and relationship of the percoidean fish, Dinolestes Irwin'u By 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 113-120, 4 pis. Oct. 11, 1899. 

1187. Description of two new species of crayfish. By W. P. Hay. Pp. 121-123, 2 

figs. Oct. 11, 1899. 

1188. Contributions to the natural history of the Commander Islands. No. XIII. — A 

new species of stalked Medusae, Haliclystus slejneger'u By K. Kishinouye. 
Pp. 125-129, 3 figs. Dec. 23, 1899. 

1189. Description of a new species of Idotea from Hakodate Bay, Japan. By Harriet 

Richardson. Pp. 131-134, 6 figs. Feb, 2, 1900. 

1190. List of shells collected by Vernon Bailey in Heron and Eagle Lakes, Minnesota. 

with notes. By Robeit E. C. Stearns. Pp. 135-138. Apr. 7, 1900. 

1191. Description of a new variety of Haliotis from California, with faunal and 

geographical notes. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 139-142. Apr. 7, 1900. 

1192. On the lower Silurian (Trenton) fauna of Baffin Land. By Charles Schuchert. 

Pp. 143-177, 2 figs., 3 pis. Apr. 9, 1900. 

1193. Some Neocene corals of the United States. By Henry Stewart Gane. Pp. 179- 

198, 1 pi. Apr. 20, 1900. 

1194. A new fossil species of Caryophyllia from California, and a new genus an.t 

species of turbinolid coral from Japan. By T. Wayland Vaughan. Pp. 
199-203, 1 pi. Apr. 20, 1900. 

1195. Notes on birds collected by Doctor W. L. Abbott in central Asia. By Harry 

C. Oberholser. Pp. 205-228. Apr. 23, 1900. 

1196. Notes on some birds from Santa Barbara Islands, California. Pp. 229-234. 

Apr. 23, 1900. 

1197. Catalogue of a collection of birds from Madagascar, By Harry C. Ober- 

holser. Pp. 235-248. Apr. 24, 1900. 

1198. Report on a collection of dipterous insects from Puerto Rico. By D. W. Coquil- 

lett. Pp. 249-270. May 12, 1900. 

1199. The decapod crustaceans of West Africa. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 271-316, 

2 figs. May 12, 1900. 

1200. Description of a new bird of the genus Dendrornis. By Charles W. Richmond. 

Pp. 317-318. May 12, 1900. 

1201. Descriptions of three new birds from Lower Siam. By Charles W^. Richmond. 

Pp. 319-321. May 12, 1900. 

1202. On the genera of the chalcid-flics belonging to the subfamily Encyrtinac. By 

William H. Ashmead. Pp. 323-412. June 5, 1900. 

1203. A hundred new moths of the family Noctuidae. By John B. Smith. Pp. 413- 

495. July 14, 1900. 

1204. A new bird of paradise. By Rolla P. Currie. Pp. 497-499, 1 pi. July 7, 1900. 

1205. Synopsis of the naiades, or pearly fresh-water mussels. By Charles Torrey 

Simpson. Pp. 501-1044, 1 pi. Oct. 8, 1900. 

Volume 23 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 23. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, list of illustrations, and errata) ; pp. 1-913 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 1206-1240) ; pp. 915-952 (index) ; 82 figs., 42 pis. 1901. 

1206. Classification of the ichneumon flies, or the superfamily Ichneumonoidea. By 

William H. Ashmead. Pp. 1-220. Oct. 13, 1900. 

1207. A new rhinoceros, Trigonias osborni, from the Miocene of South Dakota. By 

Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 221-224, 2 figs. Oct. 9, 1900. 

1208. New species of moths of the superfamily Tineina from Florida. By August 

Busck. Pp. 225-254, 1 pi. Oct. 15, 1900. 

1209. Life histories of some North American moths. By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 

255-284. Oct. 15, 1900. 



PROCEEDINGS 91 



1210. Synopsis of the family Tellinidae and of the North American apecies. By Wil- 

liam Healey Dall. Fp. 285-326, 3 pis, Nov. 14, 1900. 

1211. The pelvic girdle of zeuglodon, Basilosaurus cetoides (Owen), with notes on 

other portions of the skeleton. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 327-331, 3 pis. 
Nov. 8, 1900. 

1212. A new fossil cyprinoid, Leuciscus turneri, from the Miocene of Nevada. By 

Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 333-334, 1 pi. Nov. 8, 1900. 

1213. A list of fishes collected in Japan by Keinosulce Otaki, and by the United 

States steamer Albatross, with descriptions of fourteen new species. By David 
Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 335-380, 12 pis. Dec. 10, 1900. 

1214. Synopsis of the family Cardiidae and of the North American species. By Wil- 

liam Healey Dall. Pp. 381-392. Jan. 2, 1901. 

1215. Revision of the orthopteran genus Trimerotropis. By Jerome McNeill. Pp. 

393-449, 1 pi. Jan. 19, 1901. 

1216. The hermit crabs of the Pagurtis bernhardus type. By James E. Benedict. Pp. 

451-466, 6 figs. Jan. 19, 1901. 

1217. On a new species of spiny-tailed iguana from Utilla Island, Honduras. By 

Lconhard Stejneger. Pp. 467-468. Jan. 19, 1901. 

1218. A new systematic name for the yellow boa of Jamaica. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 469-470. Jan. 19, 1901. 

1219. Diagnosis of a new species of iguanoid lizard from Green Cay, Bahama 

Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger. P. 471. Jan. 19, 1901. 

1220. On the wheatears (Saxicola) occurring in North America. By Leonard Stej- 

neger. Pp. 473-481, 1 tig. Feb. 25, 1901. 

1221. List cf fishes collected in the River Pei-Ho, at Ticn-Tsin, China, by Noah 

Fields Drake, with descriptions of seven new species. By James Francis 
Abbott. Pp. 483-491, 7 figs. Feb. 25, 1901. 

1222. Key to the isopods of the Atlantic coast of North America with descriptions 

of new and little known species. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 493-579, 34 
figs. Feb. 28, 1901. 

1223. Some spiders and other Arachnida from southern Arizona. By Nathan Banks. 

Pp. 581-590, 1 pi. Feb. 25, 1901. 

1224. A new dinosaur, Stegosaurus vtarshi, from the Lower Cretaceous of South 

Dakota. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 591-592, 2 pis. Feb. 26, 1901. 

1225. New Diptera in the U. S. National Museum. By D. W. Coquillett. Pp. 593- 

618. Mar. 27, 1901. 

1226. A list of the ferns and fern allies of North America north of Mexico, with 

principal synonyms and distribution. By William R. Maxon. Pp. 619-651. 
May 4, 1901. 

1227. A systematic arrangement of the families of the Diptera. By D. W. Coquillett. 

Pp. 653-658. May 2, 1901. 

1228. A comparison of the osteology of the jerboas and jumping mice. By Marcus 

W. Lyon, Jr. Pp. 659-668, 3 pis. May 2, 1901. 

1229. Cambrian Brachlopoda: Obolella, subgenus Glyptias; Bicia; Obolus, subgenus 

fVestonia; with descriptions of new species. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 669- 
695. May 22, 1901. 
1210. A revision of certain species of plants of the genus Antennaria. By Ellas Nel- 
son. Pp. 697-713. June 4, 1901. 

1231. Description of a new species of snake from Clarion Island, west coast of 

Mexico. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 715-717. June 5, 1901. 

1232. On the relationships of the lutianold fish, Aphareus furcaius. By David Starr 

Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 719-723, 2 pis. June 21, 1901. 

1233. A review of the lancelets, hag-fishes, and lampreys of Japan, with a description 

of two new species. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. 
Pp. 725-734, 1 pi. July 16, 1901. 

1234. The proper names of Bdellojtoma or Heptatrema. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 735- 

7S8. June 6, 1901. 



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No. 

1235. Lilt of fishes collected in 1883 and 1885 by Pierre Louis Jouy and preserved 

in the United States National Museum, with descriptions of six new species. 
By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 739-769, 8 pis. 
July 2, 1901. 

1236. Four new symmetrical hermit crabs (pagurids) from the West India region. 

By James E. Benedict. Pp. 771-778, 7 figs. July 1, 1901. 

1237. Synopsis of the Lucinacea and of the American species. By William Hcaley 

Dall. Pp. 779-833, 4 pis. Aug. 22, 1901. 

1238. On a slug of the genus V eronicella from Tahiti. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 835- 

836. Aug. 15, 1901. 

1239. A review of the apodal fishes or eels of Japan, with descriptions of nineteen 

new species. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 837- 
890, 22 figs. Aug. 28, 1901. 

1240. A review of the cardinal fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John 

Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 891-913, 10 figs., 2 pis. Oct. 2, 1901. 

Volume 24 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 24. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-926 (Proceedings 
papers 1241-1274) ; pp. 927-971 (index) ; 124 figs., 56 pis, 1902. 

1241. A review of the hypostoraide and lophobranchiate fishes of Japan. By David 

Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 1-20, 12 pis. Oct. 27, 1901. 

1242. List of the myriapod family Lithobiidae of Salt Lake County, Utah, with 

descriptions of five new species. By Ralph V. Chamberlin. Pp. 21-25. Sept. 
27, 1901. 

1243. New Diptera from southern Africa. By D. W. Coquillett. Pp. 27-32. Sept. 

27, 1901. 

1244. A review of the gobioid fishes of Japan, with descriptions of twenty-one new 

species. Bj' David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 33-132, 
33 figs. Sept. 25, 1901. 

1245. A flightless auk, Mancalla californiensis, from the Miocene of California. By 

Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 133-134, 3 figs. Sept. 27, 1901. 

1246. An annotated list of mammals collected in the vicinity of La Guaira, Ven- 

ezuela. By Wirt Robinson and Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 135-162. Oct. 
3, 1901. 

1247. An annotated list of birds collected in the vicinity of La Guaira, Venezuela. 

By Wirt Robinson and Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 163-178. Oct. 3, 1901. 

1248. An annotated list of batrachians and reptiles collected in the vicinity of La 

Guaira, Venezuela, with descriptions of two new species of snakes. By 
Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 179-192, 33 figs. Oct. 3, 1901. 

1249. On a stony meteorite, which fell near Felix, Perry County, Alabama, May 15, 

1900. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 193-198, 2 pis. May 15, 1900. 

1250. A review of the atherine fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Edwin 

Chapin Starks. Pp. 199-206, 4 figs. Oct. 4, 1901. 

1251. The cacoraitl cat of the Rio Grande Valley. By Edgar A. Mearni. Pp. 207- 

210. Oct. 4, 1901. 

1252. A nevT species of bullfrog from Florida and the Gulf coast. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 211-215, 1 fig. Oct. 4, 1901. 

1253. Some spiders and other Arachnida from Porto Rico. By Nathan Banks. Pp. 

217-227, 1 pi. Oct. 4, 1901. 

1254. A review of the gymnodont fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John 

Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 229-264, 8 figs. Nov. 30, 1901. 

1255. Two new species of algae of the genus Buthotrepliis, from the Upper Silurian 

of Indiana. By David White. Pp. 265-270, 3 pis. Nov. 30, 1901. 
— 1256. The fossil fresh-water shells of the Colorado Desert, their distribution, environ- 
ment, and variation. By Robert E. C. Stearns. Pp. 271-299, 9 figs., 6 pis. 
Dec. 28, 1901. 



PROCEEDINGS 93 

Proc. 
No. 

1257. Chondrodonta, a new genus of ostreiform mollusks from the Cretaceous, with 

descriptions of the genotype and a new species. By Timothy W. Stanton. 
Pp. 301-307, 2 pis. Dec. 30, 1901. 

1258. Catalogue of a collection of hummingbirds from Ecuador and Colombia. By 

Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 309-342. Jan. 19, 1902. 

1259. A review of the discobolous fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John 

Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 343-351, 2 figs. Feb, 10, 1902. 

1260. A review of the Japanese species of surf-fishes or Embiotocidae. By David 

Starr Jordan (assisted by Michitaro Sindo). Pp. 353-359, 2 figs. Feb. 
26, 1902. 

1261. A review of the pediculate fishes or anglers of Japan. By David Starr Jordan 

(assisted by Michitaro Sindo). Pp. 361-381, 7 figs. Feb. 26, 1902. 

1262. Descriptions of new American butterflies. By William Schaus. Pp. 383-460. 

Mar. 1, 1902. 

1263. A review of the trachinoid fishes and their supposed allies found in the waters 

of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 461- 
497, 7 figs. Mar. 28, 1902. 

1264. Illustrations and descriptions of new, unfigured, or imperfectly known shells, 

chiefly American, in the U. S. National Museum. By William Healey Dall. 
Pp. 499-566, 14 pis. Mar. 31, 1902. 

1265. A review of the salmonoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John 

Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 567-593, 5 figs. Mar. 25, 1902. 

1266. A review of the labroid fishes and related forms found in the waters of 

Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 595-662, 
10 figs. May 2, 1902. 

1267. List of generic terms proposed for birds during the years 1890 to 1900, inclu- 

sive, to which are added names omitted by Waterhouse in his "Index 
Generum Avium." By Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 663-730. May 2, 1902. 

1268. A review of the American moths of the genus Depressaria Haworth, with 

descriptions of new species. By August Busck. Pp. 731-749. May 12, 1902. 

1269. The mammals of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. 

Pp. 751-795, 2 pis. May 29, 1902. 

1270. Henicops dolichopus, a new chilopod from Utah. By Ralph V. Charabcrlin. 

Pp. 797-800. May 24, 1902. 

1271. A review of the larks of the genus Otocoris. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 

801-883, 7 pis. June 9, 1902. 

1272. Descriptions of new decapod crustaceans from the west coast of North Amer- 

ica. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 885-905. May 23, 1902. 

1273. A newly found meteorite from Admire, Lyon County, Kansas. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 907-913, 7 pis. May 31, 1902. 

1274. Descriptions of three new birds from the southern United States. By Edgar 

A. Mearns. Pp. 915-926. June 2, 1902. 

Volume 25 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 25. Pp. i-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-959 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1275-1305) ; pp. 961-1021 (index) ; 144 figs., 32 pis. 1903. 

1275. A list of the beetles of the District of Columbia. By Henry Ulke. Pp. 1-S7. 

Sept. 2, 1902. 

1276. Some new South American birds. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 59-68. Aug. 

30, 1902. 

1277. The Casas Grandes meteorite. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 69-74, 4 pis. Sept. 2, 1902. 

1278. A review of the oplegnathoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 75-78. Aug. 30, 1902. 

1279. Descriptions of two new species of squaloid sharks from Japan. By David Starr 

Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 79-81, 2 figs. Sept. 2, 1902. 
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No. 

1280. New Diptera from North America. By D. W. Coquillelt. Pp. 83-126. Sept. 

12, 1902. 
12S1. List of birds collected by William T. Foster in Paraguay. By Harry C. Ober- 

holser. Pp. 127-147. Sept. 8, 1902. 

1282. The reptiles of the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 149-158. Sept. 8, 1902. 

1283. Contributions toward a monograph of the lepiJopterous family Noctuidae of 

Boreal North America. A revision of the moths referred to the genus 
Leticania, with descriptions of new species. By John B. Smith. Pp. 159-209, 
2 pis. Sept. 3, 1902. 

1284. A list of spiders collected in Arizona by Messrs. Schwarz and Barber during 

the summer of 1901. By Nathan Banks. Pp. 211-221, 1 pi. Sept. 10, 1902. 

1285. Observations on the crustacean fauna of the region about Mammoth Care, 

Kentucky. By William Perry Hay. Pp. 223-236, 1 pi. Sept. 12, 1902. 

1286. The ocelot cats. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 237-249. Sept. 17, 1902, 

1287. A review of the trigger-fishes, file-fishes, and trunk-fishes of Japan. By David 

Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 251-286, 6 figs. Sept. 17, 1902. 

1288. Birds collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott and Mr. C. B. Kloss in the Andaman and 

Nicobar Islands. By Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 287-314. Sept. 17, 1902. 

1289. Notes on a collection of fishes from the Island of Formosa. By David Starr 

Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann. Pp. 315-368, 29 figs. Sept. 24, 1902. 

1290. Descriptions of the larvae of some moths from Colorado. By Harrison G. 

Dyar. Pp. 369-412. Sept. 23, 1902. 

1291. A review of the cling-fishes (Gobiesocidae) of the waters of Japan. By 

David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 413-416, 1 fig. Sept. 19, 1902. 

1292. Observations on the crustacean fauna of Nickajajck Cave, Tennessee, and 

vicinity. By William Perry Hay. Pp. 417-439, 11 figs. Sept. 23, 1902. 

1293. A review of the blennoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John 

Otterbein Snyder. Py. 441-504, 28 figs. Sept. 26, 1902. 

1294. A new fresh-water isopod of the genus Mancasellus from Indiana. By Harriet 

Richardson. Pp. 505-507, 4 figs. Sept. 25, 1902. 

1295. A new terrestrial isopod of the genus Pseudarmadillo from Cuba. By Harriet 

Richardson. Pp. 509-511, 4 figs. Sept. 25, 1902. 

1296. A review of the Chaetodontidae and related families of fishes found in the 

waters of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 513- 
563, 6 figs. Sept. 30,' 1902. 

1297. The relationship and osteology of the caproid fishes or Antigoniidae. By 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 565-572, 3 figs. Sept. 25, 1902. 

1298. Notes on little-known Japanese fishes with description of a new species of 

Aboma. By David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 573-576, 1 fig. 
Oct. 2, 1902. 

1299. Cambrian Brachiopoda Acrotreta; Linnarssonella; Obolus; with descriptions 

of new species. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 577-612. Nov. 3, 1902. 

1300. On certain species of fishes confused with Bryostemma polyactocephalum. By 

David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 613-618, 3 figs. Nov. 
4, 1902. 

1301. The shoulder girdle and characteristic osteologj* of the hemibranchiate fishes. 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 619-634, 6 figs. Nov. 4, 1902. 

1302. North American parasitic copepods of the family Argulidae, with a bibliog- 

raphy of the group and a systematic review of all known species. By 
Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 635-742, 23 figs., 20 pis. Nov. 25, 1902. 

1303. A review of the ophidioid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Henry 

W. Fowler. Pp. 743-766, 6 figs. Dec 2, 1902. 

1304. A revision of the American moths of the family Gelechiidae, with descrip- 

tions of new species. By August Busck. Pp. 767-938, 1 fig., 5 pis. May 9, 1903. 

1305. A review of the dragonets (Callionymidae) and related fishes of the watert 

of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 939-959. 9 
figs. May 9, 1903. 



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Volume 26 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 26. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-1016 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1306-1349) ; pp. 1017-10S8 (index) ; 153 figs., 69 pis. 1903. 

Proc 
Na 

1306. A revievT of the berycoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Henry 

W. Fowler. Pp. 1-21, 4 figs. Nov. 25, 1902. 

1307. Japanese stalk-eyed crustaceans. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 23-55, 24 figs. Nov. 

28, 1902. 

1308. A review of the hemibranchiate fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 57-73, 3 figs. Dec. 2, 1902. 

1309. Descriptions of new species of Hawaiian crabs. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 

75-77, 4 figs. Nov. 18, 1902. 

1310. Contribution to a monograph of the insects of the order Thysanoptera inhabit- 

ing North America. By Warren Elmer Hinds. Pp. 79-242, 11 pis. Dec 
20, 1902. 

1311. Descriptions of a new genus and forty-six new species of crustaceans of the 

family Galatheidae, with a list of the known marine species. By Jamei 
E. Benedict. Pp. 243-334, 47 figs. Dec. 29, 1902. 

1312. Synopsis of the family Veneridae and of the North American Recent species. 

By William Healey Dall. Pp. 335-412, 5 pis. Dec. 29, 1902. 

1313. On the lower Devonic and Ontaric formations of Maryland. By Charles 

Schuchert. Pp. 413-424. Feb. 3, 1903. 

1314. Observations on the number of young of the lasiurine bats. By Marcus Ward 

Lyon, Jr. Pp. 425-426, 1 pi. Jan. 26, 1903. 

1315. Note on the sea anemone, Sagartia paguri Verrill. By J. Playfair McMurrich. 

Pp. 427-428, 2 figs. Jan. 27, 1903. 

1316. On a small collection of crustaceans from the Island of Cuba. By William 

Perry Hay. Pp. 429-435, 3 figs. Feb. 2, 1903. 

1317. Mammals collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on the coast and islands of northwest 

Sumatra. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 437-483, 1 fig., 2 pis. Feb. 3, 1903. 

1318. Birds collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on the coast and islands of northwest 

Sumatra. By Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 485-524, 1 fig. Feb. 4, 1903. 

1319. A review of the synentognathous fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 525-544, 3 figs. Feb. 4, 1903. 

1320. Notes on the osteology and relationship of the fossil birds of the genera Hes- 

ferornis, Hargeria, Baptornis, and Diatryma. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 
545-556, 8 figs. Feb. 4, 1903. 

1321. Rediscover)' of one of Holbrook's salamanders. By Lconhard Stejneger. Pp. 

557-558. Jan. 29, 1903, 

1322. A new Procelsterna from the Leeward Islands, Hawaiian Group. By Walter 

K. Fisher. Pp. 559-563. Jan. 29, 1903. 

1323. The structural features of the bryozoan genus Homotrypa, with descriptions 

of species from the Cincinnatian group. By Ray S. Bassler. Pp. 565-591, 6 
pis. March 28, 1903. 

1324. A review of the elasmobranchiate fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 593-674, 10 figs., 2 pis. Mar. 30, 1903. 

1325. The cerebral fissures of the Atlantic walrus. By Pierre A. Fish. Pp. 675-688, 

2 pis. Apr. 9, 1903. 

1326. Description of a new species of sculpin from Japan. By David Starr Jordaa 

and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 689-690, 1 fig. Apr. 11, 1903. 

1327. On the identification of a species of Eucalyptus from the Philippines. By Joseph 

Henry Maiden. Pp. 691-692. Apr. 11, 1903. 

1328. Supplementary note on Bleekeria mitsukurii, and on certain Japanese fishei. 

By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 693-696, 3 figs., 1 pi. Apr. 9, 1903. 

1329. The use of the name torpedo for the electric catfish. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

697-698. Apr. 9, 1903. 



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1330. A review of the Cepolidae or band-fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan 

and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 699-702, 1 fig. Apr. 9, 1903. 

1331. A genealogic study of dragon-fly wing venation. By James G. Needham. Pp. 

703-764, 44 figs., 24 pis. Apr. 16, 1903. 

1332. A review of the Cobitidae, or loachei, of the rivers of Japan. By David Starr 

Jordan and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 765-774, 2 figs. Apr. 9, 1903. 

1333. Notes on Orthoptera from Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas, with 

descriptions of new species. By Andrew Nelson Caudell. Pp. 775-809, 1 pi. 
July 6, 1903. 

1334. A review of the cyprinoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Henry 

W. Fowler, Pp. 811-862, 8 figs. July 6, 1903. 

1335. The Phasmidae, or walkingsticks, of the United States. By Andrew Nelson 

Caudell. Pp. 863-885, 4 pis. July 9, 1903. 

1336. Description of an extinct mink from the shell-heaps of the Maine coast. By 

Daniel Webster Prentiss. Pp. 887-888, 1 fig. July 6, 1903. 

1337. Revision of the Crustacea of the genus Lepidopa. By James E. Benedict. Pp. 

889-895, 8 figs. July 7, 1903. 

1338. A review of the siluroid fishes oi catfishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan 

and Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 897-911, 2 figs. July 7, 1903. 

1339. Notice of a collection of fishes made by H. H. Brimley in Cane River and 

Boilings Creek, North Carolina, with a description of a new species of 
Notropis (N. brimleyi). By Barton A. Bean. Pp. 913-914. July 6, 1903. 

1340. On the relations of the fishes of the family Laraprididae or opahs. By Theo- 

dore Gill. Pp. 915-924, 3 figs. July 7, 1903. 

1341. Amphipoda from Costa Rica. By Thomas R. R. Stebbing. Pp. 925-931, 2 pis. 

July 9, 1903. 

1342. Synopsis of the family Astartidae, with a review of the American species. By 

William Healey Dall. Pp. 933-951, 2 pis. July 10, 1903. 

1343. An Alaskan C orymor pha-Wkt hydroid. By Samuel Fessenden Clarke. Pp. 953- 

958, 7 figs. July 11, 1903. 

1344. On some neglected genera of fishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 959-962. July 11, 1903. 

1345. Notice of a small collection of fishes, including a rare eel, recently received 

from H. Maxwell Lefroy, Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies. By Barton 
A. Bean. Pp. 963-964, 1 fig. July 10, 1903. 

1346. On some fish genera of the first edition of Cuvier's Regne Animal and Oken's 

names. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 965-967. July 11, 1903. 

1347. Report of the fresh-water Ostracoda of the United States National Museum, 

including a revision of the subfamilies and genera of the family Cyprididae. 
By Richard W. Sharpe. Pp. 969-1001, 6 pis. July 15, 1903. 

1348. A review of the fishes of Japan belonging to the family of Hexagrammidac. 

By David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks, Pp. 1003-1013, 3 figs. 
July 15, 1903. 

1349. Note on the fish genera named Macrodon. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 1015-1016. 

July 6, 1903. 

Volume 27 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 27. Pp. i-xvii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-961 (Proceedings 
papers 1350-1381); pp. 963-998 (index); 270 figs., 50 pis. 1904. 

1350. Contributions to the natural history of the Isopoda. By Harriet Richardson. 

Pp. 1-89, 92 figs. Jan. 19, 1904. 

1351. A review of the scorpaenoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 91-175, 21 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 22, 1904. 

1352. A revision of the American great horned owls. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 

177-192. Jan. 22, 1904. 

1353. A new batrachian and a new reptile from the Trias of Arizona. By Frederic 

A. Lucas. Pp. 193-195, 2 pis. Jan. 22, 1904. 

1354. A review of the wrens of the genus Troglodytes. By Harry C. Oberholser. 

Pp. 197-210, 1 pi. Jan. 23, 1904. 



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No. 

1355. Report on the fresh-water Bryozoa of the United States. By Charles B. Daven- 

port. Pp. 211-221, 1 pi. Jan. 22, 1904. 

1356. On the species of white Chimaera from Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 223-226, 2 figs. Jan. 23, 1904. 

1357. Notes on a killer whale (genus Orcinus) from the coast of Maine. By Fred- 

erick W. True. Pp. 227-230, 2 pis. Jan. 27, 1904. 

1358. A review of the Cottidae or sculpins found in the waters of Japan. By David 

Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 231-335, 43 figs. Jan. 28, 1904. 

1359. Notes on the bats collected by William Palmer in Cuba. By Gerrit S. Miller, 

Jr. Pp. 337-348, 1 pi. Jan. 23, 1904. 

1360. List of Hemiptera-Heteroptera of Las Vegas Hot Springs, New Mexico, col- 

lected by Messrs. E. A. Schwarz and Herbert S. Barber. By Philip R. Uhler. 
Pp. 349-364. Jan. 27, 1904. 

1361. A revision of American Siphonaptera, or fleas, together with a complete list 

and bibliography of the group. By Carl F. Baker. Pp. 365-469, 17 pis. 
Feb. 16, 1904. 

1362. The aleyrodids, or mealy-winged flies, of California, with references to other 

American species. By Florence E. Bemis. Pp. 471-537, 11 pis. Feb. 16, 1904. 

1363. Studies in Old World forficulids or earwigs, and blattids or cockroaches. By 

James A. G. Rehn. pp. 539-560. Feb. 16, 1904. 

1364. Studies in American mantids or soothsayers. By James A. G. Rehn. Pp. 561- 

574. Feb. 6, 1904. 

1365. A review of the Japanese fishes of the family of Agonidae. By David Starr 

Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 575-599, 13 figs. Feb. 23, 1904. 

1366. The osteology of some berycoid fishes. By Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 601-619, 

10 figs. Feb. 18, 1904. 

1367. A new genus and two new species of crustaceans of the family Albuneidae 

from the Pacific Ocean ; with remarks en the probable use of the antennulae 
in Albunea and Lepidopa. By James E. Benedict. Pp. 621-625, 5 figs. Feb. 
16, 1904. 

1368. A new species of Argulus, with a more complete account of two species already 

described. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 627-655, 38 figs. Apr. 9, 1904. 

1369. Contributions to the natural history of the Isopoda. By Harriet Richardson. 

Pp. 657-681, 39 figs. Jan. 19, 1904. 

1370. Description of a new African weaver-bird. By Harry C. Oberholser. P. 683. 

Apr. 13, 1904. 

1371. New dragon-fly nymphs in the United States National Museum. By James 

G. Needham. Pp. 685-720, 11 figs., 7 pis. May 20, 1904. 

1372. New molluscan genera from the Carboniferous. By George H. Girty. Pp. 

721-736, 3 pis. June 1, 1904. 

1373. Description of two new birds from Somali Land. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 

737-739. May 21, 1904. 

1374. Two new ferns of the genus Polypodium, from Jamaica. By William R. Maxon. 

Pp. 741-744. May 21, 1904. 

1375. Tineid moths from British Columbia, with descriptions of new species. By 

August Busck. Pp. 745-778. May 25, 1904. 

1376. The Lepidoptera of the Kootenai District of British Columbia. By Harrison 

G. Dyar. Pp. 779-938. June 7, 1904. 

1377. Notes on collections of fishes from Oahu Island and Laysan Island, Hawaii, 

with descriptions of four new species. By David Starr Jordan and John 
Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 939-948. June 2, 1904. 

1378. Two Orthoptera hitherto unrecorded from the United States. By Andrew Nel- 

son Caudell. Pp. 949-952, 3 figs. June 2, 1904. 

1379. A new fern, Goniophlebium pringlei, from Mexico. By William R. Maxon. 

Pp. 953-954, 1 fig., 1 pi. June 27, 1904. 

1380. The Persimmon Creek meteorite. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 955-959, 1 fig., 2 pis. 

June 27, 1904. 



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1381. Schmicitina, a genus of Japanese sculpins. By David Starr Jordan and Edwin 

Chapin Starks. P. 961. June 27, 1904. 

Volume 28 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 28. Pp. i-xix (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-987 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1382-1414) ; pp. 989-1027 (index) ; 380 figs., 35 pis. 1905. 

1382. A treatise on the Acarina, or mites. By Nathan Banks. Pp. 1-114, 201 figs. 

Sept. 24, 1904. 

1383. Notes on Hawaiian reptiles from the Island of Maui. By Richard C. McGregor. 

Pp. 115-118. Sept. 24, 1904. 

1384. Labracinus tlie proper name for the fish genus Cichlops, By Theodore Gill. 

P. 119. Oct. 5, 1904. 

1385. Note on the genus Prionunts or Acanthocaulos. By Theodore Gill. P. 121. 

Oct. 5, 1904. 

1386. Description of a new species of fish (Apogon evermanni) from the Hawaiian 

Iblands, with notes on other species. By David Starr Jordan and John Ottcr- 
bein Snyder. Pp. 123-126. Oct. 6, 1904. 

1387. Descriptions of new genera and species of Hyraenoptera from the Philippine 

Islands. By William H. Ashraead. Pp. 127-158, 2 pis. Nov. 5, 1904. 
138S. On the systematic relations of the amni'^dytoid fishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 
159-163, 4 figs. Nov. 12, 1904, 

1389. The dragonfiies (Odonata) of Burma arid Lower Siam. I. — Subfamily Cal- 

opteryginae. By Edward Bruce Williamson. Pp. 165-187, 18 figs. Apr. 

22, 1905. 

1390. On the Liparis (Trismegistus) oivstoni Jordan and Snyder. By Peter Schmidt. 

Pp. 189-191, 2 figs. Nov. 29, 1904. 

1391. On a collection of fishes made in Korea, by Pierre Louis Jouy, with descrip- 

tions of new species. By David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. 
Pp. 193-212, 11 figs. Feb. 23, 1905. 

1392. The Mount Vernon meteorite. Bv Wirt Tassin. Pp. 213-217, 1 fig., 2 pis. Feb. 

23, 1905. 

1393. The scorpaenoid fish, Neosebastes entaxis, as the type of a distinct genus. By 

Theodore Gill. Pp. 219-220, 2 figs. Feb. 15, 1905. 

1394. Note on the genera of synanceine and pelorine fishes. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

221-225, 1 fig. Feb. 23, 1905. 

1395. Cambrian Brachiopoda with descriptions of new genera and species. By 

Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 227-337. Feb. 17, 1905. 

1396. On the generic characteristics of Prionotus slearnsii. By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

339-342, 4 figs. Feb. 15, 1905. 

1397. Three new frogs and one new gecko from the Philippine Islands. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 343-348. Feb. 15, 1905. 

1398. Descriptions of new species of tortricid moths, from North Carolina, with 

notes. By William Dunham Kearfott. Pp. 349-364. Apr. 22, 1905. 

1399. Note on the salmon and trout of Japan. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 365-366. 

May 9, 1905. 

1400. Descriptions of a new genus of Isopoda belonging to the family Tanaidac and 

of a new species of Tenuis, both from Monterey Bay, California. By Harriet 
Richardson. Pp. 367-370, 13 figs. May 9, 1905. 

1401. A critical review of the literature on the simple genera of the Madreporaria 

Fungida, with a tentative classification. By T. Wayland V^aughan. Pp. 
371-424. May 10, 1905. 

1402. Descriptions of new genera and species of mammals from the Philippine 

Islands. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 425-460. May 13, 1905. 

1403. On a collection of Orthoptera from southern Arizona, with descriptions of new 

species. By Andrew Nelson Caudell. Pp. 461-477, 6 figs. June 12, 1905. 



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1404. North American parasitic copcpods belonging to the family Caligidae, Part I. — 

The Caliginae. By Charles Branch Wilson, Pp. 479-672, 51 figs., 25 pis. 
June 23, 1905. 

1405. Notes on mammals collected and observed in the northern Mackenzie River 

District, Northwest Territories of Canada, with remarks on explorers 
and explorations of the Far North. By R. MacFarlane. Pp. 673-764, 2 figs., 

5 pis. June 22, 1905. 

1406. Description of a new toad from Cuba. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 765-767, 

6 figs. June 24, 1905. 

1407. List of fishes collected by Dr. Bashford Dean on the Island of Negros, Philip- 

pines. By David Starr Jordan and Alvin Scale. Pp. 769-803, 20 figs. July 
3, 1905. 

1408. The life history of the sea-horses (hippocarapids). By Theodore Gill. Pp. 

805-814, 12 figs. July 6, 1905. 

1409. Notes on an adult goblin shark (Mitsukurina oivstoni) of Japan. By Barton 

A. Bean. Pp. 815-818, 2 figs. July 6, 1905. 

1410. Notes on cestode cysts, Taenia chamissonii, new species, from a porpoise. By 

Edwin Linton. Pp. 819-822, 1 pi. July 14, 1905. 

1411. Birds collected by Dr W. L. Abbott in the Kilimanjaro region, East Africa. 

By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 823-936. July 8, 1905. 

1412. A descriptive list of a collection of early stages of Japanese Lepidoptera. By 

Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 937-956, 23 figs. July 8, 1905. 

1413. Additions to the recorded hymenopterous fauna of the Philippine Islands, with 

descriptions of new species. By William H. Ashmead. Pp. 957-971. July 8, 
1905. 

1414. Notes on the fishes of Puget Sound. By Charles H. Gilbert and Joseph C. 

Thompson. Pp. 973-987, 3 figs. Aug. 8, 1905. 

Volume 29 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 29. Pp. i-xvi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-820 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1415-1441); pp. 821-840 (index); 143 figs., 44 pis. 1906. 

1415. Cambrian faunas of China. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 1-106. Sept. 6, 1905. 

1416. New Hyraenoptera from the Philippines. By William H. Ashmead. Pp. 107- 

119. Oct. 5, 1905. 

1417. The classification of the American Siphonaptera. By Car! F. Baker. Pp. 121- 

170. Oct. 3, 1905. 

1418. A new subspecies of ground dove from Mona Island, Porto Rico. By J. H. 

Riley. Pp. 171-172. Sept. 30, 1905. 

1419. New genera of South American moths. By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 173-178. 

Oct. 12, 1905. 

1420. Descriptions of new South American moths. By William Schaus. Pp. 179- 

345. Oct. 11, 1905. 

1421. Some new South American moths. By William Warren. Pp. 347-352. Oct. 

6, 1905. 

1422. A list of fishes collected in Tahiti by Mr. Henry P. Bowie. By David Starr 

Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 353-357, 3 figs. Oct. 7, 1905. 

1423. List of American cochiidian moths, with descriptions of new genera and species. 

By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 359-396. Oct. 12, 1905. 

1424. New genera and species of H3'menoptera from the Philippines. By William 

H. Ashmead. Pp. 397-413. Oct. 5, 1905. 

1425. Thomas Martyn and the Universal Conchologist. By William Ilealey Dall. 

Pp. 415-432. Oct. 6, 1905. 

1426. The mounted skeleton of Triceratops prorsus. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 

433-435, 2 pis. Oct. 4, 1905. 

1427. Five new species of Mexican plants. By J. N. Rose. Pp. 437-439. Sept. 30, 

1905. 

1428. Two new umbelliferous plants from the Coastal Plain of Georgia. By J. N. 

Roee. Pp. 441-442, 1 pi. Oct. 5, 1905. 



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No. 

1429. Descriptions of three Mexican violets. By J. N. Rose and H. D. House. Pp. 

443-444, 1 pi. Oct. 6, 1905. 

1430. Description of a new species of Llvoneca from the coast of Panama. By Har- 

riet Richardson. Pp. 445-446, 2 figs. Dec. 2, 1905. 

1431. The breeding habits and the segmentation of the egg of the pipefish, Siphos- 

toma floridae. By Eugene Willis Gudger. Pp. 447-500, 2 figs., 7 pis. Dec. 
6, 1905. 

1432. Notes on exotic forficulids or earwigs, with descriptions of new species. By 

James A. G. Rehn. Pp. 501-515, 9 figs. Dec. 2, 1905. 

1433. List of fishes collected in 1882-83 by Pierre Louis Jouy at Shanghai and Hong- 

kong, China. By David Starr Jordan and Alvin Scale. Pp. 517-529, 6 figs. 
Dec. 6, 1905. 

1434. On the syntomid moths of southern Venezuela collected in 1898-1900. By 

Edward A. Klages. Pp. 531-553. Jan. 31, 1906. 

1435. A fossil raccoon from a California Pleistocene cave deposit. By James Wil- 

liams Gidley. Pp. 553-554, 1 pi. Feb. 2, 1906. 

1436. The monkeys of the Macaca nemestrina group. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 

555-563, 8 pis. Feb. 3, 1906. 

1437. A new lizard of the genus Phrynosoma, from Mexico. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 565-567. Feb. 2, 1906. 

1438. A study of the wings of the Tenthredinoidea, a superfamily of Hymenoptera. 

By Alexander Dyer MacGillivray. Pp. 569-654, 20 figs., 24 pis. Feb. 10, 1906. 

1439. A new blattoid from the Cretaceous formation of North America. By Anton 

Handlirsch. Pp. 655-656, 1 fig. Mar. 7, 1906. 

1440. On some bats of the genus Rhinolophus, collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott in the 

Islands of Nias and Engano. By Knud Andersen. Pp. 657-659. Mar. 7, 1906. 

1441. Revision of American Paleozoic insects. By Anton Handlirsch. Pp. 661-820, 

109 figs. Mar. 7, 1906. 

Volume 30 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 30. Pp. i-xvi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-855 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1442-1478) ; pp. 857-883 (index) ; 120 figs., 78 pis. 1906. 

1442. A study of the James types of Ordovician and Silurian Bryozoa. By Ray 8. 

Bassler. Pp. 1-66, 7 pis. Apr. 2, 1906. 

1443. The life history of the cave salamander, Spelerpes maculicaudus (Cope). By 

Arthur M. Banta and Waldo L. McAtee. Pp. 67-83, 3 figs., 3 pis. Apr. 
2, 1906. 

1444. Descriptions of new South American moths. By William Schaus. Pp. 85-141. 

Apr. 2, 1906. 

1445. Descriptions of six new species of fishes from Japan. By David Starr Jordan 

and Alvin Scale. Pp. 143-148, 6 figs. Apr. 4, 1906. 

1446. New American Paleozoic Ostracoda. Notes and descriptions of Upper Car- 

boniferous genera and species. By Edward O. Ulrich and Ray S. Bassler. 
Pp. 149-164, 1 pi. Apr. 4, 1906. 

1447. A new ruminant from the Pleistocene of New Mexico. By James Williams 

Gidley. Pp. 165-167, 3 figs. Apr. 4, 1906. 

1448. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera from Japan. By William H. Ashmead. Pp. 

169-201, 4 pis. May 11, 1906. 

1449. The osteology of Sinopa, a creodont mammal of the Middle Eocene. By Wil- 

liam Diller Matthew. Pp. 203-233, 20 figs., 1 pi. May 11, 1906. 

1450. The Locustidae and Gryllidae (katydids and crickets) collected by W. T. 

Foster in Paraguay. By Andrew Nelson Caudell. Pp. 235-244. Apr. 21, 1906. 

1451. Brains and brain preservatives. By Ales Hrdlicka. Pp. 245-320b, 27 figs. 

June 4, 1906. 

1452. Notes on Japanese, Indopacific, and American Pyramidellidae. By William 

Healey Dall and Paul Bartsch. Pp. 321-369, 10 pis. May 9, 1906. 



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1453. Notes on South American grasshoppers of the subfamily Acridinae (Acri- 

didae), with descriptions of new genera and species. By James A. G. Rebn. 
Pp. 371-391. May 9, 1906. 

1454. Descriptions of two new naiads. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 393-395, 3 pis. May 

9, 1906. 

1455. A synopsis of the sturgeons (Acipenseridae) of Japan. By David Starr Jor- 

dan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 397-398. May 9, 1906. 

1456. Descriptions of new genera and species of South American geometrid moths. 

By William Warren. Pp. 399-557. May 11, 1906. 

1457. A new salamander from North Carolina. By Leonhard Stejncger. Pp. 559- 

562, 6 figs. May 22, 1906. 

1458. Cambrian faunas of China. By Charles D. Walcott. Pp. 563-595. May 2$, 

1906. 

1459. Descriptions of three new species of katydids and a new genus of crickets 

from Costa Rica. By James A. G. Rehn. Pp. 597-605, 8 figs. May 24, 1906. 

1460. Notes on some recent additions to the exhibition series of vertebrate fossils. 

By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 607-611, 6 pis. May 31, 1906. 

1461. Synoptic list of Paraguayan Acrididae, or locusts, with descriptions of new 

forms. By Lawrence Bruner. Pp. 613-694, 3 pis. June 5, 1906. 

1462. List of fishes collected on Tanega and Yaku, offshore islands of southern 

Japan, by Robert Van Vleck Anderson, with descriptions of seven new 
species. By David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 695-706, IS 
figs. June 4, 1906. 

1463. A review of the American moths of the genus Cosmopteryx Hiibner. By Au- 

gust Busck. Pp. 707-713. June 4, 1906. 

1464. A review of the sand lances or Ammodytidae of the waters of Japan. By 

David Starr Jordan. Pp. 715-719, 2 figs. June 4, 1906, 

1465. Tineid moths from southern Texas, with descriptions of new species. By 

August Busck. Pp. 721-736, 10 figs. June 4, 1906. 

1466. Notes on Malayan pigs. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 737-758, 1 fig., 26 pl«. 

June 13, 1906. 

1467. A new American pentreraite. By Charles Schuchert. Pp. 759-760, 3 figs. June 

11, 1906. 

1468. On a collection of fishes made by P. O. Simons in Ecuador and Peru. By 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 761-800, 10 figs., 2 pis. June 14, 1906. 

1469. Notes on birds from German and British East Africa. By Harry C. Obcr- 

holser. Pp. 801-811. June 4, 1906. 

1470. Description of a new species of threadfin (family Polynemidae) from Japan. 

By David Starr Jordan and Richard Crittenden McGregor. Pp. 813-815, 1 
fig. June 4, 1906. 

1471. A new tree toad from Costa Rica. By Leonhard Stejncger. Pp. 817-818. June 

4, 1906. 

1472. The mammals of Engano Island, West Sumatra. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 

819-825. June 4, 1906. 

1473. Three new Fungiae, with a description of a specimen of Fungia granulosa 

Klunzinger and a note on a specimen of Fungia concinna Verrill. By T. Way- 
land Vaughan. Pp. 827-832, 8 pis. June 20, 1906. 

1474. On a species of loach; Misgurnus decemdrrosus (Basilewsky) from northern 

China. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 833-834, 1 
fig. June 16, 1906. 

1475. Description of a new genus and species of fossil seal from the Miocene of 

Maryland. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 835-840, 2 pis. June 16, 1906. 

1476. The giant bass of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. 

Pp. 841 845, 2 figs. June 16, 1906. 

1477. A new species of Coenocyathus from California and the Brazilian astrangid 

corals. By T. Wayland Vaughan. Pp. 847-850, 2 pis. June 27, 1906. 

1478. New fishes from Santo Domingo. By Barton W. Evermann and H. Walto» 

Clark. Pp. 851-855, 3 figs. June 27, 1906. 



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Volume 31 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. SI. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-720 (Proceed- 
ing* papers 1479-1504) ; pp. 721-739 (index) ; 139 figs., 20 pis. 1907. 

fnt. 

No. 

1479. Descriptions of new isopod crustaceans of the family Sphaeromidae. By Har- 

riet Richardson. Pp. 1-22, 27 figs. July 23, 1906. 

1480. Schizopod crustaceans in the U. S. National Museum. The families Lopho- 

gastridae and Eucopiidae. By Arnold E. Ortmann. Pp. 23-54, 2 pis. July 
23, 1906. 

1481. Mammals collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott in the Karimata Islands, Dutch East 

Indies. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 55-66, 1 fig. July 23, 1906. 

1482. Notes on a collection of fishes from Argentina, South America, with descrip- 

tions of three new species. By Barton Warren Evermann and William 
Converse Kendall. Pp. 67-108, 4 figs. July 25, 1906. 
— 1483. The urocoptid mollusks from the mainland of America in the collection of the 
United States National Museum. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 109-160, 16 figs., 
3 pis. Sept. 10, 1906. 

1484. A review of the flounders and soles of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 161-246, 27 figs. Sept. 10, 1906. 

1485. The mammals collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott in the Rhio-Linga Archipelago. 

By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 247-286, 1 fig. Sept. 11, 1906. 

1486. A review of the Poeciliidae or killifishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan 

and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 287-290, 1 fig. Sept. 10, 1906. 

1487. The digger wasps of North America and the West Indies belonging to the 

subfamily Chlorioninae. By Henry T. Fernald. Pp. 291-423, 5 pis. Sept. 
20, 1906. 

1488. On the diurnal Lepidoptera of the Athabaska and MacKenzie Region, British 

America. By Merritt Cary. Pp. 425-457. Sept 24, 1906. 

1489. List of fishes collected in Japan in 1903, with descriptions of new genera and 

species. By Hugh M. Smith and Thomas E. B. Pope. Pp. 459-499, 12 figs. 
Sept. 24, 1906. 

1490. A new Costa Rican amphipod. By Thomas R. R. Stebbing. Pp. 501-504, 2 

figs., 1 pi. Sept. 24, 1906. 

1491. Fishes collected in the Philippine Islands by Maj. Edgar A. Mearns, surgeon, 

U. S. Army. By Barton W. Evermann. Pp. 505-512, 4 figs. Sept. 24, 1906. 

1492. Notes on a newly mounted skeleton of Merycoidodon, a fossil mammal. By 

Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 513-514, 1 pi. Oct. 8, 1906. 

1493. Notes on a collection of fishes from Port Arthur, Manchuria, obtained by James 

Francis Abbott. By David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 515- 
526, 5 figs. Oct. 8, 1906. 

1494. Notes on the slow lemurs. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 527-538, 1 pi. 

Nov. 9, 1906. 

1495. Anatomical observations on a collection of orang skulls from western Borneo; 

with a bibliography. By Ales Hrdlicka. Pp. 539-568, 8 figs. Nov. 17, 1906. 

1496. Description of a new species of great ant-eater from Central America. By 

Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 569-571, 1 pi. Nov. 14, 1906. 

1497. Note on an occurrence of graphitic iron in a meteorite. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 

573-574, 1 fig. Nov. 14, 1906. 

1498. Mammals of Banka, Mendanau, and Billiton Islands, between Sumatra and 

Borneo. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 575-612, 1 fig. Dec. 18, 1906. 

1499. A review of the herring-like fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Albert Christian Herre. Pp. 613-645, 5 figs. Dec. 18, 1906. 

1500. Mammal remains from two prehistoric village sites in New Mexico and Ari- 

zona. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 647-649. Dec. 18, 1906. 

1501. Description of a new rock-fish of the genus Sebastodes from California. By 

Barton Warren Evermann and Edmund Lee Goldsborough. Pp. 651-652, 
1 fig. Jan. 9, 1907. 



PROCEEDINGS 103 

Proc 
No. 

1502. Mammals of Batam Island, Rbio Archipelago. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. 

Pp. 653-657. Jan. 16, 1907. 

1503. An account of Amazon River fishes collected by J. B. Steere; with a note on 

Pimelodus clarias. By Carl H. Eigenmann and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 659- 
668, 5 figs. Jan. 16, 1907. 

1504. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the family Caligidae. Part 2. — 

The Trebinae and Euryphorinae. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 669-720, 
19 figs., 6 pis. Jan. 17, 1907. 

Volume 32 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 32. Pp. i-xvi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-744 (Proceedings 
papers 1505-1555; pp. 745-767 (index); 190 figs., 82 pis. 1907. 

1505. A specimen of typical Burchell's zebra in the United States National Museum. 

By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 1-3, 3 pis. Jan. 16, 1907. 

1506. Revision of the American moths of the genus Argyresthia. By August Busck. 

Pp. 5-24, 3 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 16, 1907. 
J 507. The fresh-vpater Amphipoda of North America. By Ada L. Weckel. Pp. 25- 
58, 15 figs. Feb. 4, 1907. 

1508. On a newly found meteorite from Selma, Dallas County, Alabama. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 59-61, 2 pis. Feb. 6, 1907. 

1509. New marine worms of the genus Myzostoma. By J. F. McClendon. Pp. 63-65, 

2 figs. Feb. 7, 1907. 

1510. Notes on fishes from the Island of Santa Catalina, southern California. By 

David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 67-77, 8 figs, Feb. 7, 
1907. 

1511. Notes on the composition and structure of the Hendersonville, North Carolina, 

meteorite. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 79-82, 1 fig., 2 pis. Feb. 6, 1907. 

1512. The Philippine moUusks of the genus Planorbis. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 83-85, 

2 figs. Feb. 7, 1907. 

1513. A review of the Mullidae, surmullets, or goatfishes of the shores of Japan, 

By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 87-102, 3 figs. Feb, 7, 1907. 

1514. A review of the bats of the genus Hemiderma. By Walter L. Kahn, Pp. 103- 

118, Feb. 8, 1907. 

1515. Two new land shells from Mexico, By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 119-120, 2 figs. 

Feb. 8, 1907. 

1516. Report on the mosquitoes of the coast region of California, with descriptions 

of new species. By Harrison G. Dyar, Pp, 121-129. Feb. 8, 1907. 

1517. Note on Otohime, a new genus of gurnards. By David Starr Jordan and Edwin 

Chapin Starks. Pp. 131-133, 1 fig. Feb. 8, 1907. 
. 1518, The Philippine pond snails of the genus Vivipara. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 135- 
150, 2 pis. Feb, 8, 1907. 

1519. The type of the Jurassic reptile Morosaurus agil'ts redescribed, with a note 

on Camptosaurus. By Charles W. Gilmore, Pp. 151-165, 9 figs., 2 pis, Feb. 
8, 1907. 

1520. New mollusks of the family Vitrinellidae from the west coast of America. By 

Paul Bartsch, Pp. 167-176, 11 figs. Feb, 8, 1907, 

1521. Measurements of the cranial fossae. By Ales Hrdllika. Pp. 177-232, 2 pis. 

Mar. 12, 1907. 

1522. A new mollusk of the genus Macromphalina from the west coast of America. 

By Paul Bartsch, P, 233, 1 fig. Mar. 12, 1907, 

1523. A review of the fishes of the family Histiopterldae, found in the waters of 

Japan; with a note on Tepliritis Gunther. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 235- 
239. Mar. 12, 1907. 

1524. On the meteorite from Rich Mountain, Jackson County, North Carolina. By 

George P. Merrill, with chemical analysis by Wirt Tassin. Pp. 241-244, 
1 pi. Apr. 18, 1907. 



104 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc. 
No. 

1525. A review of the fishes of the family Gerridae found in the waters of Japan. 

By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 245-248, 2 figs. Apr. 8, 1907. 

1526. Some madreporarian corals from French Somaliland, East Africa, collected by 

Dr. Charles Gravier. By T. Wayland Vauglian. Pp. 249-266, 12 pis. Apr. 
18, 1907. 

1527. A new brachiopod, Rensselaeria mainensis, from the Devonian of Maine. By 

Henry Shaler Williams. Pp. 267-269, 2 figs. Apr. 18, 1907. 

1528. A new fossil stickleback fish from Nevada. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 271-273, 

3 figs. May 18, 1907. 

1529. Notes on Calyptrobothrium, a cestode genus found in the torpedo. By Edwin 

Linton. Pp. 275-284, 8 figs. May 18, 1907. 

1530. The Decticinae (a group of Orthoptera) of North America. By Andrew Nel- 

son Caudell. Pp. 285-410, 94 figs. May 23, 1907. 

1531. Additional notes on the development of the Argulidae, with description of a 

new species. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 411-424, 4 pis. May 23, 1907. 

1532. The poeciliid fishes of Rio Grande do Sul and the La Plata Basin. By Carl 

H. Eigenmann. Pp. 425-433, 11 figs. May 23, 1907. 

1533. A review of the cobitoid fishes of the basin of the Amur. By Leo Berg. Pp. 

435-438. May 23, 1907. 

1534. Remarks on the giant squirrels of Sumatra, with descriptions of two new 

species. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 439-445, 1 pi. May 23, 1907. 

1535. A new terrestrial isopod from Guatemala, the type of a new genus. By Har- 

riet Richardson. Pp. 447-450, 1 fig. May 23, 1907. 

1536. A review of the species of the ten-spined sticklebacks or Pygosteus from East 

Asia. By Leo Berg. Pp. 451-454. May 23, 1907. 

1537. Notes on mammals of the Kankakee Valley. By Walter L. Hahn. Pp. 455- 

464. June 15, 1907. 

1538. A new salamander from Nicaragua. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 465-466. 

June 15, 1907. 

1539. Eighteen new species and one new genus of birds from eastern Asia and the 

Aleutian Islands. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 467-475. June 15, 1907. 

1540. The skull of Brachauclienius, with observations on the relationships of the 

plesiosaurs. By Samuel W. Williston. Pp. 477-489, 4 pis. June 15, 1907. 

1541. List of fishes recorded from Okinawa or the Riu Kiu Islands of Japan. By 

David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks. Pp. 491-504, 5 figs. June 
15, 1907. 

1542. A new gerrhonotine lizard from Costa Rica. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

505-506. June 15, 1907. 

1543. Two new crinoids from the North Pacific Ocean. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 

507-512, 2 figs. June 15, 1907. 

1544. A review of the lizard-fishes or Synodontidae of the waters of Japan. By 

David Starr Jordan and Albert Christian Herre. Pp. 513-524, 2 figs. June 
15, 1907. 

1545. New and characteristic species of fossil mollusks from the oil-bearing Tertiary 

formations of southern California. By Ralph Arnold. Pp. 525-546, 14 pis. 
June IS, 1907. 

1546. On a peculiar form ot metamorphism in siliceous sandstone. By George P. 

Merrill. Pp. 547-550, 1 pi. June 15, 1907. 

1547. A new species of crinoid (Ptilocrinus pinnatus) from the Pacific coast, with « 

note on Batltycrinus. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 551-554, 1 fig. June 15, 1907. 

1548. A new parasitic moUusk of the genus Eulima. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 555-556, 

1 pi. June 15, 1907. 

1549. Descriptions of new species of Ordovician fossils from China. By Stuirt 

Weiler. Pp. 557-563. June 15, 1907. 

1550. Descriptions of new species of moths of the family Cochlidiidae. By Harrison 

G. Dyar. Pp. 565-567. June 15, 1907. 

1551. On a collection of crinoids of the genus Eudiocrinus from Japan, with descrip- 

tion of a new species. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 569-574. June 15, 1907. 



PROCEEDINGS 105 

Prnc. 
No. 

1552. Notes on the porcupines of the Malay Peninsula and Archipelago. By Marcus 

Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 575-594, 4 pis. June 29, 1907. 

1553. A catalogue of the Acarina, or raites, of the United States. By Nathan Banks. 

Pp. 595-625. June 29, 1907. 

1554. A new horned rodent from the Miocene of Kansas. By James Williams Gid- 

ley. Pp. 627-636, 1 fig., 8 pis. June 29, 1907. 

1555. The holothurians of the Hawaiian Islands. By Walter K. Fisher. Pp. 637-744, 

17 pis. June 29, 1907. 

Volume 33 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 33. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-729 (Proceedings 
papers 1556-1590); pp. 731-750 (index); 144 figs., 65 pis. 1908. 

1556. An annotated list of characin fishes in the United States National Museum and 

the Museum of Indiana University, with descriptions of new species. By 
Carl H. Eigenmann and Fletcher Ogle. Pp. 1-36, 8 figs. Sept. 10, 1907. 

1557. Descriptions of new species ol Upper Paleozoic fossils from China. By George 

H. Girty. Pp. 37-48. Sept. 10, 1907. 

1558. The holothurians of the North Pacific coast of North America collected by the 

Albatross in 1903. By Charles Lincoln Edwards. Pp. 49-68, 12 figs. Sept. 
14, 1907. 

1559. Descriptions of new species of recent unstalked crinoids from the North Pacific 

Ocean. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 69-84. Sept. 17, 1907. 

1560. Notes on parasites of Bermuda fishes. By Edwin Linton. Pp. 85-126, IS pis. 

Oct. 14, 1907. 

1561. Descriptions of new species of Recent unstalked crinoids from the coasts of 

northeastern Asia. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 127-156. Sept. 17, 1907. 

1562. A review of the cirrhitoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Albert 

Christian Herre. Pp. 157-167, 2 figs. Oct. 23, 1907. 

1563. On some earwigs (Forficulidae) collected in Guatemala by Messrs. Schwarz 

and Barber. By Andrew Nelson Caudell. Pp. 169-176. Oct. 23, 1907. 

1564. New marine mollusks from the west coast of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

177-183. Oct. 23, 1907. 

1565. Supplementary notes on Martyn's Universal Conchologist. By William Healcy 

Dall. Pp. 185-192, 1 fig. Oct. 23, 1907. 

1566. Basketry bolo case from Basilan Island, By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 193-196, 5 

figs. Oct. 25, 1907. 

1567. Descriptions of new North American tineid moths, with a generic table of the 

family Blastobasidae. By Lord Walsingham. Pp. 197-228. Oct. 29, 1907. 

1568. On a collection of fishes from the Philippine Islands, made by Maj. Edgar A. 

Mearns, surgeon, U. S. Army, with descriptions of seven new species. By 
Alvin Scale and Barton A. Bean. Pp. 229-248, 8 figs. Nov. 21, 1907. 

1569. The West American mollusks of the genus Triphoris. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

249-262, 1 pi. Dec. 12, 1907. 

1570. On a collection of fishes from Echigo, Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

Robert Earl Richardson. Pp. 263-266, 3 figs. Dec. 12, 1907, 

1571. The dragonflies (Odonata) of Burma and Lower Siam. — II. Subfamilies Cor- 

dulegasterinae, Chlorcfromphinae, and Gomphinae. B)' Edward Bruce Wil- 
liamson. Pp. 267-317, 39 figs. Dec. 13, 1907. 

1572. Description of a new species of killifish, Lucan'ia broivni, from a hot spring in 

Lower California. By David Starr Jordan and Robert Earl Richardson. Pp. 
319-321, 1 fig. Dec. 24, 1907. 

1573. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the family Caligidae. Parts 

3 and 4. — A revision of the Pandarinae and the Cecropinae, By Charles 
Branch Wilson, Pp. 223-490, 18 figs., 27 pis. Dec. 31, 1907. 

1574. The pyramidellid mollusks of the Oregonian faunal area. By William Healey 

Dall and Paul Bartsch. Pp. 491-534, 5 pis. Dec. 31, 1907. 



106 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

?roe. 
No. 

1575. List of fishes collected in the river at Buytenzorg, Java, by Dr. Douglas Hough- 

ton Campbell. By David Starr Jordan and Alvin Scale. Pp. 535-543, 2 figs. 
Dec. 24, 1907. 

1576. A new geckoid lizard from the Philippine Islainds. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 545-546. Dec. 24, 1907. 

1577. Mammals collected in western Borneo by Dr. W. L. Abbott. By Marcus Ward 

Lyon, Jr. Pp. 547-571, 2 figs. Dec. 24, 1907. 

1578. Two new species of toads from the Philippines. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 

573-576. Feb. 18, 1908. 

1579. The pulque of Mexico. By Walter Hough. Pp. 577-592, 19 figs. Feb. 18, 1908. 

1580. North American parasitic copepods: New genera and species of Caliginae. 

By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 593-627, 8 pis. Feb. 28, 1908. 

1581. A review of the flat-heads, gurnards, and other mail-cheeked fishes of the 

waters of Japan, By David Starr Jordan and Robert Earl Richardson. Pp. 
629-670, 9 figs. Feb. 28, 1908. 

1582. Infrabasals in Recent genera of the crinoid family Pentacrinitidae. By Austin 

Hobart Clark. Pp. 671-676, 8 figs. Feb. 29, 1908. 

1583. A new species of flying lizard from the Philippine Islands. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 677-679. Feb. 29, 1908. 
-1584. A new fresh-'.vater bivalve (Corneocyclas) from the mountains of Ecuador. 
By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 681-682, 1 fig. Feb. 29, 1908. 

1585. The crinoid genus Comatula Lamarck; with a note on the Encrinus farrae of 

Guerin. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 683-688. Feb. 29, 1908. 

1586. On some isopods of the family Dajidae from the northwest Pacific Ocean, with 

descriptions of a new genus and two new species. By Harriet Richardson. 
Pp. 689-696, 7 figs. Feb. 29, 1908. 

1587. Notes on the fresh-water mollusk Planorbis magnificus and descriptions of two 

new forms of the same genus from the southern States. By Paul Bartsch. 
Pp. 697-700, 1 pi. Mar. 4, 1908. 

1588. On Cteiiolucius Gill, a neglected gcnuo of characin fishes, with notes on the 

typical species. By Barton A. Bean. Pp. 701-703, 1 fig. Mar. 4, 1908. 

1589. Fresh-water Crustacea from Labrador and Newfoundland. By Joseph A. 

Cushman. Pp. 705-713, 5 pis. Mar. 4, 1908. 

1590. On the collection of thysanopterous insects from Barbados and St. Vincent 

Islands. By Henry James Franklin. Pp. 715-729, 3 pis. Mar. 4, 1908. 

Volume 34 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 34. Pp. i-xtv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-746 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1591-1630); pp. 747-777 (index); 78 figs., 105 pis. 1908. 

1591. Schizopod crustaceans in the U. S. National Museum: Schizopods from Alaska. 

By Arnold E. Ortmann. Pp. 1-10, 1 pi. Apr. 6, 1908. 

1592. Notes on a collection of fishes from the Gulf of Mexico at Vera Cruz and 

Tampico. By David Starr Jordan and Mary Cynthia Dickerson. Pp. 11-22, 
2 figs. Apr. 6, 1908. 

1593. The parasitic isopod Leidya distorta (Leidy) found on a new host. By Harriet 

Richardson. Pp. 23-26, 5 figs. Apr. 6, 1908. 

1594. Descriptions of four new species of araphipodous Crustacea from the Gulf of 

Mexico. By Arthur S. Pearse. Pp. 27-32, 4 figs. Apr. 6, 1908. 

1595. Description of Pantosteiis santa-anoe, a new species of fish from the Santa 

Ana River, California. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 33-34. Apr. 6, 1908. 

1596. The Dalmanellas of the Chemung formation, and a closely related new bra- 

chiopod genus Thiemella. By Henry S. Williams. Pp. 35-64, 3 pis. Apr. 6, 
1908. 

1597. Descriptions of three new species of saturnian moths. By William Schaut. 

Pp. 65-66. Apr. 17, 1908. 

1598. Description of a new isopod of the genus Eurycope from Marthas Vineyard. 

By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 67-69, 3 figs. Apr. 17, 1908. 



PROCEEDINGS 107 



Proc. 
No. 



1599. Notes on some western Orthoptera; with the description of one new species. 

By Andrew Nelson Csudeil. Pp. 71-81. Apr. 17, 1908. 

1600. On the revision of the mollusk genus Pterinea Goldfuss. By Henrj' Shalcr 

Williams. Pp. 83-90. Apr. 17, 1908. 

1601. Descriptions of new species of South American georaetrid moths. By William 

Warren. Pp. 91-110. Apr. 25, 1908. 

1602. Description of a new species of half-beak (Hemiramphus mioprorus) from 

Nagasaki, Japan. By David Starr Jordan and Mary C. Dickerson. Pp. 111- 
112, 1 fig. Apr. 25, 1908. 
1<;03. Foraminifera collected near the Hawaiian Islands by the steamer Albatross 
in 1903. By Rufus Mather Bagg, Jr. Pp. 113-172, 1 pi. Apr. 28, 1908. 

1604. Descriptions of new curculionid beetles of the tribe Anthonoraini. By W. 

Dwight Pierce. Pp. 173-181. Apr. 28, 1908. 

1605. On three existing species of sea-turtles, one of them (Caretta remivaga) nevr. 

By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 183-198, 6 pis. May 4, 1908. 

1606. Three new species of lizards from the Philippine Islands. By Leonhard Stej- 

neger. Pp. 199-204, 6 figs. May 4, 1908. 

1607. New stalked crinoids from the eastern coast of North America. By Austin 

Hobart Clark. Pp. 205-208, 3 figs. May 4, 1908. 

1608. Descriptions of new species of crinoids, chiefly from the collections made by 

the U. S. Fisheries steamer Albatross at the Hawaiian Islands in 1902; 
with remarks on the classification of the Comatulida. By Austin Hobart 
Clark. Pp. 209-239. May 14, 1908. 

1609. A new amphipod crustacean, Orchestoidea bioUeyi, from Costa Rica. By 

Thomas R. R. Stebbing. Pp. 241-244, 2 figs., 1 pi. May 15, 1908. 
- — 1610. Descriptions of new species of mollusks from the Pacific coast of the United 

States, with notes on other mollusks from the same region. By William 

Healey Dall. Pp. 245-257. June 16, 1908. 
^*",1611. New species of Cretaceous invertebrates from northern Colorado. By Junius 

Henderson. Pp. 259-264, 1 pi. June 16, 1908. 

1612. Some cases of abnormal arm structure in Recent crinoids. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 265-270, 5 figs. June 16, 1908. 

1613. The crinoid genus Eudiocrinus, with description of a new species. By Austin 

H. Clark. Pp. 271-279, 11 figs. June 20, 1908. 

1614. On some new and old species of Carboniferous fossils. By George H. Girty. 

Pp. 281-303, 8 pis. July 14, 1908. 

1615. On a collection of feather stars, or comatulids, from Japan. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 305-319. July 15, 1908. 

1616. Decorative designs of Alaskan needlecases: a study in the history of con- 

ventional designs, based on materials in the U. S. National Museum. By 
Franz Boas. Pp. 321-344, U figs., 9 pis. July 15, 1908. 

1617. Descriptions of new Cretaceous and Tertiary fossils from the Santa Cruz 

Mountains, California. By Ralph Arnold. Pp. 345-389, 7 pis. Aug. 8, 1908. 

1618. Description of a new iscpod genus of the family Dajidae. By Harriet Rich- 

ardson. Pp. 391-392, 3 figs. Aug. 10, 1908. 

1619. Remarks on the horns and on the systematic position of the American antelope. 

By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 393-401, 2 pis. Aug. 11, 1908. 

1620. Description of a new brittle star from the Upper Miocene of the Santa Cruz 

Mountains, California. By Ralph Arnold. Pp. 403-405, 1 pi. Aug. 17, 1908. 

1621. The late Niagaran strata of west Tennessee. By William F. Pate and Ray S. 

Bassler. Pp. 407-432. Aug. 18, 1908. 

1622. On the occurrence of calcium sulphide (oldhamite) in the Allegan meteorite. 

By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 433-434. Aug. 19, 1908. 

1623. The nomenclature of the Recent crinoids. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 435- 

542. Aug. 25, 1908. 

1624. Descriptions of the Alcyonaria collected by the U. S. Bureau of Fisheriei 

steamer Albatross in the vicinity of the Hawaiian Island.'! in 1902. By 
Charles C. Nutting. Pp. 54^601, it pis. Sept. 12, J908. 



108 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc. 

No. 

1625. On a collection of fishes from Fiji, with notes on certain Hawaiian fishes. By 

David Starr Jordan and Mary Cynthia Dickerson. Pp. 603-617, 6 figs. Sept. 
14, 1908. 

1626. Mammals collected in eastern Sumatra by Dr. W. L. Abbott during 1903, 

1906, and 1907, with descriptions of new species and subspecies. By Marcus 
Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 619-679, 4 figs., 5 pis. Sept. 14, 1908. 

1627. Descriptions of two new species of Pleistocene ruminants of the genera Ovibos 

and Bootherium, with notes on the latter genus. By James Williams Gidley. 
Pp. 681-684, 1 fig., 3 pis. Sept. 15, 1908. 

1628. On meteoric chromites. By Wirt Tassin. Pp. 685-690. Sept. 15, 1908. 

1629. A new rabbit cestode, Cittoiae?tia mosaica. By Maurice C. Hall. Pp. 691- 

699, 6 figs. Sept. 15, 1908. 

1630. The collection of Jewish ceremonial objects in the United States National 

Museum. By Cyrus Adier and I. M. Casanowicz. Pp. 701-746, 46 pli. 
Sept. 28, 1908. 

Volume 35 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 35. Pp. i-xvi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-727 (Proceedings 
papers 1631-1658) ; pp. 729-757 (index) ; 251 figs., 91 pis. 1909. 

1631. Vocabulary of Malaysian basketwork: A study in the W. L. Abbott collections. 

By Otis T. Mason. Pp. 1-51, 41 figs., 17 pis. Nov. 7, 1908. 

1632. Descriptions of some new mosquitoes from tropical America. By Harrison G. 

Dyar and Frederick Knab. Pp. 53-70. Oct. 30, 1908. 

1633. Some new Isopoda of the superfamily Aselloidea from the Atlantic coast of 

North America. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 71-86, 21 figs. Oct. 30, 1908. 

1634. The axial canals of the Recent Pentacrinitidae. By Austin Hobart Clark. 

Pp. 87-91, 16 figs. Oct. 30, 1908. 

1635. Descriptions of eighteen new species and two new genera of fishes from Japan 

and the Riu Kiu Islands. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 93-111. Oct. 30, 
1908. 

1636. The homologies of the arm joints and arm divisions in the Recent crinoids of 

the families of the Comatulida and the Pentacrinitidae. By Austin Hobart 
Clark. Pp. 113-131, 28 figs. Oct. 30, 1908. 

1637. The formation of geodes with remarks on the silicification of fossils. By Rty 

S. Bassler, Pp. 133-154, 1 fig., 7 pis. Nov. 7, 1908. 

1638. Choerodon in place of Choerops for a labroid genus of fishes. By Theodore 

Gill. Pp. 155-156. Oct. 31, 1908. 

1639. Description of new fossil liverwort from the Fort Union beds of Montana. 

By Frank Hall Knowlton. Pp. 157-159, 1 pi. Nov. 9, 1908. 

1640. Descriptions of five species of North American fossil turtles, four of which 

are new. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 161-169, 3 figs., 2 pis. Nov. 9, 1908. 

1641. New examples of American Indian skulls with low forehead. By Ales 

Hrdlicka. Pp. 171-175, 1 fig., 1 pi. Nov. 9, 1908. 

1642. Descriptions and figures of some land and fresh-water shells from Mexico, 

believed to be new. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 177-182, 2 pis. Nov. 
10, 1908, 

1643. Notes on two rare California fishes, Rimicola eigenmantti and Plagiogrammus 

hopkinsi. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 183-186. Oct. 31, 1908. 

1644. A generic revision of American moths of the family Oecophoridae, with descrip- 

tions of new species. By August Busck, Pp. 187-207, Oct, 31, 1908. 

1645. A revision of some species of Noctuidae heretofore referred to the genus 

Homoptera Boisduval. By John B. Smith. Pp. 209-275, 6 pis. Nov, 10, 1908. 

1646. New American Paleozoic Ostracoda. Preliminary revision of the Beyrichiidae, 

with descriptions of new genera. By Edward O. Ulrich and Ray S. Bassler, 
Pp. 277-340, 64 figs., 8 pis. Nov. 10, 1908. 

1647. Descriptions of fossil crabs from California. By Mary J. Raihbun. Pp. 341- 

349, 5 pis. Nov. 14, 1908. 



PROCEEDINGS 109 

Proc. 
No. 

1648. On certain genera and species of carnivorous dinosaurs, with special reference 

to Ceratosaurus nasiconiis Marsh. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 351-366, 4 figs. 
Oct. 31, 1908. 

1649. Descriptions of new species of North American crambid nnoths. By William 

Dunham Kearfott. Pp. 367-393, 14 figs. Oct. 31, 1908. 

1650. Two new species of Neotropical Orthoptera of the family Acrididae. By James 

A. G. Rehn. Pp. 395-398, 5 figs. Oct. 30, 1908. 

1651. A further report on the Ostracoda of the United States National Museum. 

By Richard W. Sharpe. Pp. 399-430, 16 pis. Nov. 19, 1908. 

1652. North American parasitic copepods: A list of those found upon the fishes of 

the Pacific coast, with descriptions of new genera and species. By Charles 
Branch Wilson. Pp. 431-481, 18 pis. Dec. 10, 1908. 

1653. Some new isopods of the family Gnathiidae from the Atlantic coast of North 

America. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 483-488, 7 figs. Nov. 20, 1908. 

1654. The Amphipoda collected by the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross 

off the west coast of North America, in 1903 and 1904, with descriptions 
of a new family and several new genera and species. By Samuel J. Holmes. 
Pp. 489-543, 46 figs. Nov. 20, 1908. 

1655. Notes on the mammals and cold-blooded vertebrates of the Indiana University 

Farm, Mitchell, Indiana. By Walter L. Hahn. Pp. 545-581. Dec. 7, 1908. 

1656. Generic names applied to birds during the years 1901 to 1905, inclusive, with 

further additions to Waterhouse's "Index Generum Avium." By Charles W. 
Richmond. Pp. 583-655. Dec. 16, 1908. 

1657. A revision of the kingfisher genus Ramphalcyon (PelargoPsis). By Harry C. 

Oberholser. Pp. 657-680. Feb. 9, 1909. 

1658. Alcyonaria of the Califonna coast. By Charles C. Nutting. Pp. 681-727, 8 

pis. Feb. 20, 1909. 

Volume 36 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 36. Pp. i-xviii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-6S0 (Proceed- 
ings papers 1659-1694) ; pp. 681-697 (index) ; 205 figs., 70 pis. 1909. 

1659. The American species of snapping shrimps of the genus Synalpheus. By 

Henri Coutiere. Pp. 1-93, 54 figs. Jan. 30, 1909. 

1660. On the skull and the brain of Triceratops, with notes on the brain-cases of 

Iguanodon and Megalosaurus. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 95-108, 3 pis. Feb. 
6, 1909. 

1661. On Brazilian grasshoppers of the subfamilies Pyrgomorphinae and Locustinae 

(Acridinae of authors). By James A. G. Rehn. Pp. 109-163, 39 figs. Mar. 
3, 1909. 

1662. Descriptions of three new species of cisco, or lake herring (Argyrosomus), from 

the Great Lakes of America; with a note on the species of whitefish. By 
David Starr Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann. Pp. 165-172, 3 figs. 
Mar. 3, 1909. 

1663. The isopod crustacean, Ancinus depresses (Say). By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 

173-177, 9 figs. Mar. 3, 1909. 

1664. A new American Jurassic crinoid. By Frank Springer. Pp. 179-190, 1 pi. 

Mar. 3, 1909. 

1665. Description of two species of fossil turtles, Toxochelys stenopora and Christer- 

non? interpositum, the latter hitherto unknown. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 191- 
196, 3 figs., 1 pi. Apr. 8, 1909. 

1666. Osteology of the Jurassic reptile Camptosaurus, with a revision of the species 

of the genus, and descriptions of two new species. By Charles W. Gilmore. 
Pp. 197-332, 48 figs., 15 pis. Apr. 17, 1909. 

1667. The collection of rosaries in the United States National Museum. By Imroanuel 

M. Casanowicz. Pp. 333-359, 10 pis. Apr. 17, 1909. 

1668. Comat'illa, a remarkable new genus of unstalked crinoids. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 361-367. Apr. 27, 1909. 

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No. 

1669. Description of a new species of leatherback turtle from the Miocene of Mary- 

land. By William Palmer. Pp. 369-373, 1 pi. Apr. 27, 1909. 

1670. Four new species of isopods from the coast of California. By S. J. Holmes and 

M. E. Gay, Pp. 375-379, 6 figs. Apr. 27, 1909. 

1671. Notes on two slugs of the genus Veronicella. By W. W. Robbins and T. D. A. 

Cockerell. Pp. 381-384, 1 pi. Apr. 27, 1909. 

1672. Anyam gila (mad weave): A Malaysian type of basketwork. By Otis T. 

Mason. Pp. 385-390, 11 figs. May 6, 1909. 

1673. On a collection of Recent crinoids from the Philippine Islands. By Austin 

Hobart Clark. Pp. 391-410, 1 fig. May 13, 1909. 

1674. Descriptions of some bees in the U. S. National Museum. By T. D. A. Cock- 

erell. Pp. 411-420. May 13, 1909. 

1675. Description of a new isopod of the genus Jaeropsis from Patagonia. By Har- 

riet Richardson. Pp. 421-422, 1 fig. May 13, 1909. 

1676. AitiJitodiscoides, a new genus of arenaceous Foraminifera. By Joseph A. Cush- 

man. Pp. 423-424, 1 pi. May 13, 1909. 

1677. Description of a new whitefish (Coregonus oregonius) from McKenzie RiTer, 

Oregon. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 425-430, 
1 fig. May 15, 1909. 

1678. The isopod crustacean Acanthoniscus spiniger Kinahan redescribed. By Har- 

riet Richardson. Pp. 431-434, 7 figs. May 15, 1909. 

1679. Additions to the list of Philippine birds, with descriptions of new and rare 

species. Ey Edgar Alexander Mearns. Pp. 435-447. May 22, 1909. 
16S0. Remarks on the insectivores of the genus Gymnura. By Marcus Ward Lyon, 
Jr. Pp. 449-456, 4 pis. May 27, 1909. 

1681. Description of a new snake from Panama. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 457- 

458. May 27, 1909. 

1682. Description of a new skate (Dactylohatus armatus) from deep water off the 

southern Atlantic coast of the United States, By Barton A. Bean and Alfred 
C. Weed. Pp. 459-461, 1 fig., 1 pi. May 27, 1909. 

1683. A list of birds collected by Dr. Paul Bartsch in the Philippine Islands, Borneo, 

Guam, and Midway Island, with descriptions of three new forms. By Edgar 
Alexander Mearns. Pp. 463-478. May 27, 1909. 

1684. Additional notes on mammals of the Rhio-Linga Archipelago, with descriptions 

of new species and a revised list. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 479-491, 
1 pi. June 1, 1909. 

1685. Revision of the crinoid family Comasteridae, with descriptions of new genera 

and species. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 493-507. June 7, 1909. 

1686. A new squirrel from Direction Island, South China Sea. By Marcus Ward 

Lyon, Jr. Pp. 509-510. June 7, 1909. 

1687. The thorax of insects and the articulation of the wings. By Robert Evant 

Snodgrass. Pp. 511-595, 6 figs., 30 pis. June 18, 1909. 

1688. Descriptions of npw genera and species of fishes from Japan and the Riu Kiu 

Islands. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 597-610. June 18, 1909. 

1689. Notes on the fossil mammalian genus Ptilodus, with descriptions of new 

species. By James Williams Gidley. Pp. 611-626, 9 figs., 1 pi. June 19, 1909. 

1690. Fresh-water sponges in the collection of the United States National Museum. 

— Part I. Specimens from the Philippines and Australia. By Nelson Annan- 
dale. Pp. 627-632, 4 figs. June 19, 1909. 

1691. Descriptions of seventeen new species of Recent crinoids. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 633-651. June 19, 1909, 

1692. Dragonflies of the Mississippi Valley collected during the pearl mussel inves- 

tigations on the Mississippi River, July and August, 1907. By Charles 
Branch Wilson. Pp. 653-671. June 19, 1909. 

1693. Four new species of the crinoid genus Rhizocrinus. By Austin Hobart Clark. 

Pp. 673-676. June 19, 1909. 

1694. Descriptions of two new species of electric rays, of the family Narcobatidae, 

from deep water off the southern Atlantic const of the United States. By 
Barton A. Bean and .'\lfrcd C. Weed. Pp. 677-680, 1 fig. June 21, 1909. 



PROCEEDINGS 1 1 1 

Volume 37 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 37. Pp. i-xii (title ptge, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-666 (Proceedings 
paper! 1695-1724) ; pp. 667-697 (index) ; 108 figs., 39 pis. 1910. 

Proc. 
No. 

1695. The mouse deer of the Rhio-Linga Archipelago: A study of specific differen- 

tiation under uniform environment. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 1-9, 2 figs., 
3 pis. Sept. 1, 1909. 

1696. Carboniferous air-breathing vertebrates of the United States National Museum. 

By Roy L. Moodie. Pp. 11-28. 7 pis. Sept. 23, 1909. 

1697. Five new species of Recent unstalked crinoids. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 

29-34. Aug. 23, 1909. 

1698. A new rhynchocephalian reptile from the Jurassic of Wyoming, with notes 

on the fauna of "Quarry 9." By Charles W. Gilraore. Pp. 35-42, 3 figs., 
1 pi. Oct. IS, 1909. 

1699. On the nature of Edestus and related genera, with descriptions of one new 

genus and three new species. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 43-61, 7 figs., 4 pis. 
Oct. 16, 1909. 

1700. Report on barnacles of Peru, collected by Dr. R. E. Coker and others. By Henry 

A. Pilsbry. Pp. 63-74, 2 figs., 4 pis. Oct. 18, 1909. 

1701. Isopods collected in the Northwest Pacific by the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries 

steamer Albatross in 1906. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 75-129, SO figs. Oct. 
22, 1909. 

1702. Fresh-water sponges collected in the Philippines by the Albatross Expedition. 

By Nelson Annandale. Pp. 131-132. Oct. 23, 1909. 

1703. The polychaetous annelids dredged in 1908 by Mr. Owen Bryant off the coasts 

of Labrador, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia. By J. Percy Moore. Pp. 
133-146. Oct. 25, 1909. 

1704. Report on a collection of shells from Peru, with a summary of the littoral 

marine Mollusca of the Peruvian zoological province. By William Healey 
Dall. Pp. 147-294, 9 pis. Nov. 24, 1909. 

1705. Four new land shells from the Philippine Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 295- 

299, 1 pi. Nov. 26, 1909. 

1706. Coelenterates from Labrador and Newfoundland, collected by Mr. Owen Bryant 

from July to October, 1908. By Henry B. Bigelow. Pp. 301-320, 3 pis. Dec. 
14, 1909. 

1707. Three new land shells from Mexico and Guatemala. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

321-323, 1 pi. Dec. 14, 1909. 

1708. Studies of North American weevils. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. 325-364, 

Dec. 11, 1909. 

1709. Notes on the Philippine pond snails of the genus Vivipara, with descriptions 

of new species. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 365-367, 1 pi. Dec. 14, 1909. 

1710. The North American dragonflies (Odonata) of the genus Macromia. By 

Edward Bruce Williamson. Pp. 369-398, 7 figs., 2 pis. Dec. 4, 1909. 

1711. A new species of Cerithiopsis from Alaska. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 399-400, 

1 fig. Dec. 11, 1909. 

1712. Fresh-water sponges in the collection of the United States National Museum. — 

Part II. Specimens from North and South America. By Nelson Annandale. 
Pp. 401-406, 3 figs. Dec. 22, 1909. 

1713. Diagnoses of new cephalopods from the Hawaiian Islands. By S. Stillraao 

Berry. Pp. 407-419, 9 figs. Dec. 30, 1909. 

1714. A review of the Serranidae or sea bass of Japan. By DaviJ Starr Jordan and 

Robert Earl Richardson. Pp. 421-474, 16 figs. Jan. 9, 1910. 

1715. On olivine-diabase from Davidson County, North Carolina. By Joseph E. 

Pogue. Pp. 475-484, 1 fig., 1 pi, Jan. 19, 1910. 

1716. The snapping shrimps (Alpheidae) of the Dry Tortugas, Florida. By Henri 

Coutiere. Pp. 485-487, 3 figs. Jan. 20, 1910. 



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1717. Some bees of the genus Augochlora from the West Indies. By T. D. A. Cock- 

erell. Pp. 489-494. Feb. 2, 1910. 

1718. Description of a new terrestrial isopod from Guatemala. By Harriet Richard- 

son. Pp. 495-497, 1 fig. Feb. 2, 1910. 

1719. The type-species of the North American genera of Diptera. By D. W. Coquil- 

lett. Pp. 499-647. Aug. 4, 1910. 

1720. Description of a new iscpod of the genus Notasellus from the east coast of 

Patagonia. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 649-650, 1 fig. Aug. 4, 1910. 

1721. The paradise flycatchers of Japan and Korea. By Pierre Louis Jouy. Pp. 651- 

655. Aug. 4, 1910. 

1722. Some new hymenopterous insects from the Philippine Islands. By S. A. Rohwer. 

Pp. 657-660. Aug. 4, 1910. 

1723. Notes on Anteliochimaera and related genera of chimaeroid fishes. By Barton 

A. Bean and Alfred C. Weed. Pp. 661-663, 2 pis. Aug. 4, 1910. 

1724. A new ophiuran from the West Indies. By Hubert Lyman Clark, Pp. 665- 

666, 2 figs. Aug. 4, 1910. 

Volume 38 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 38. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-650 (Proceedings 
papers 1725-1771); pp. 651-677 (index); 146 figs., 56 pis. 1911. 

1725. The Gustavus Vasa Fox collection of Russian souvenirs in the United Statei 

National Museum. By Immanuel M. Casanowicz. Pp. 1-15, 8 pis. Apr. 3, 
1910. 

1726. On sand-barites from Kharga, Egypt. By Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. 17-24, 1 fig., 

1 pi. Apr. 30, 1910. 

1727. The birds collected and observed during the cruise of the United States Fish- 

eries steamer Albatross in the North Pacific Ocean, and in the Bering, 
Okhotsk, Japan, and eastern seas, from April to December, 1906. By Austin 
Hobart Clark. Pp. 25-74, 1 fig. Apr. 30, 1910. 

1728. Description of a new species of deep-water sculpin (Triglopsis ontariensis) 

from Lake Ontario, with notes on related species. By David Starr Jordan 
and William Francis Thompson. Pp. 75-78, 3 figs. Apr. 30, 1910. 

1729. Report on isopods from Peru, collected by Dr. R. E. Coker. By Harriet Rich- 

ardson. Pp. 79-85, 6 figs. May 3, 1910. 

1730. Three new genera and species of parasitic Hymenoptera. By J. C. Crawford. 

Pp. 87-90, 5 figs. May 3, 1910. 

1731. The batrachians and reptiles of Formosa. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 91-114. 

May 3, 1910. 

1732. The phylogenetic interrelationships of the Recent crinoids. By Austin H. 

Clark. Pp. 115-118. May 3, 1910. 

1733. New Hymenoptera from the Philippine Islands. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 

119-133. May 3, 1910. 

1734. Notes on a collection of fishes from Cameron, Louisiana. By Frank Walter 

Weymouth. Pp. 135-145, 2 figs. May 3, 1910. 

1735. Report on a collection of birds made by Pierre Louis Jouy in Korea. By 

Austin H. Clark. Pp. 147-176. May 9, 1910. 

1736. On some land shells collected by Dr. Hiram Bingham in Peru. By William 

Healey Dall. Pp. 177-182, 4 figs. June 6, 1910. 

1737. Fresh-water sponges in the collection of the United States National Museum. — 

Part III. Description of a new species of Spongilla from China. By Nelson 
Annandale. P. 183. June 6, 1910. 

1738. A revision of the fossil plants of the genus Nageiopsis of Fontaine. By 

Edward W. Berry. Pp. 185-195, 2 figs. June 6, 1910. 

1739. On a collection of Tenthredinoidea from eastern Canada. By S. A. Rohwer. 

Pp. 197-209. June 6, 1910. 

1740. On the origin of certain types of crinoid stems. By Austin Hobart Clark. 

Pp. 211-216. June 6, 1910. 



PROCEEDINGS 113 

Proc. 
No. 

1741. Summary of the shells of the genus Conus from the Pacific coast of America 

in the U. S. National Museum. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 217-228. 
June 6, 1910. 

1742. Descriptions of some new species and genera of Lepidoptera from Mexico. 

By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 229-273. June 7, 1910. 

1743. A new Australian crinoid. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 275-276. June 7, 1910. 

1744. A review of the flounders belonging to the genus Pleuronichthys. By Edwin 

Chapin Starks and William Francis Thompson. Pp. 277-287, 2 figs. June 

14, 1910. 

1745. The North American bees of the genus Nomia. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 

289-298. June 14, 1910. 

1746. A new fresh-water amphipod from Virginia, with some notes on its biology. 

By George C. Embody. Pp. 299-305, 17 figs. June 18, 1910. 

1747. Descriptions of eight new species of fossil turtles from west of the one 

hundredth meridian. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 307-326, 23 figs., 3 pis. 
June 29, 1910. 

1748. A comparison of the chub-mackerels of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. By 

Barton Warren Evermann and William Converse Kendall. Pp. 327-328. 
June 18, 1910. 

1749. A new European crinoid. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 329-333. June 

18, 1910. 

1750. On some Ostracoda, mostly new, in the collection of the United States Na- 

tional Museum. By Richard W. Sharpe. Pp. 335-341, 5 figs. August 6, 1910. 

1751. Descriptions of some new species of monkeys of the genera Pithecus and 

Pygathrix collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott and presented to the United 
States National Museum. By D. G. Elliot. Pp. 343-352. August 6, 1910. 

1752. Note on the gold-eye, Amphiodon alosoides Rafinesque, or Elattonistius 

chrysopsis (Richardson). By David Starr Jordan and William Francis 
Thompson. Pp. 353-357, 2 figs. Aug. 6, 1910. 

1753. Studies on the North American geometrid moths of the genus Pero. By 

John A. Grossbeck. Pp. 359-377, 4 pis. Aug. 19, 1910. 

1754. Descriptions of new species of ichneumon flies. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 379- 

384, 3 figs. Aug. 6, 1910. 

1755. A new carnivore from China. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 385-386, 1 pi. 

Aug. 19, 1910. 

1756. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 5.] Proisocrinus, a new genus of Recent crinoids. By Austin 
Hobart Clark. Pp. 387-390, 3 figs. Aug. 6, 1910. 

1757. Descriptions of two new genera and sixteen new species of mammals from 

the Philippine Islands. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 391-404, 3 pis. 
Aug. 19, 1910. 

1758. Notes on the marine Copepoda and Cladocera of Woods Hole and adjacent 

regions, including a synopsis of the genera of the Harpacticoida. By 
Richard W. Sharpe. Pp. 405-436, 20 figs. Aug. 20, 1910. 

1759. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 6.] New arenaceous Foraminifera from the Philippines. By 
Joseph Augustine Cushman. Pp. 437-442, 19 figs. Aug. 20, 1910. 

1760. The Dermaptera (earwigs) of the United States National Museum. By 

Malcolm Burr. Pp. 443-467, 8 figs. Aug. 20, 1910. 

1761. On a new Labradorean species of Onchidiopsis, a genus of mollusks new 

to eastern North America; with remarks on its relationships. By Francis 
N. Balch. Pp. 469-484, 2 pis. Oct. 6, 1910. 

1762. Leidyosuchus sternbergii, a new species of crocodile from the Ceratops beds 

of Wyoming. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 485-502, 2 figs., 7 pis. Oct. 

15, 1910. 

1763. Report on the fishes collected by Mr. Owen Bryant on a trip to Labrador in 

the summer of 1908. By William Converse Kendall. Pp. 503-510, 1 pi. 
Oct. 15, 1910. 



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Free 
No. 

1764-. A review of the venomous toadfishes. By Barton A. Bean and Alfred C. 
Weed. Pp. 511-526, 7 figs., 4 pis. Oct. 15, 1910. 

1765. New moths of the genus Trichosiibas. By August Busck. Pp. 527-530, 1 pi. 

Oct. 15, 1910. 

1766. The stalk-eyed Crustacea of Peru and the adjacent coast. By Mary J. Rath- 

bun. Pp. 351-620, 3 figs., 21 pis. Oct. 20, 1910. 

1767. Marine amphipods from Peru. By Alfred O. Walker. Pp. 621-622, 1 fig. 

Oct. 18, 1910. 

1768. Fresh-water amphipods from Peru. By Ada L. Weckel. Pp. 623-624, 1 fig. 

Oct. 18, 1910. 

1769. A revision of the fossil plants of the genera Acrostichopteris, Taeniopteris, 

Nilsonia, and Sapindopsis from the Potomac group. By Edward W. Berry. 
Pp. 625-644. Oct. 18, 1910. 

1770. Description of a new parasitic isopod from the Hawaiian Islands. By Har- 

riet Richardson. Pp. 645-647, 6 figs. Oct. 18, 1910. 

1771. Fresh-water sponges in the collection of tlie United States National Museum. — 

Part IV. Note on the fresh-water sponge, Ephydatia japonica, and its 
allies. By Nelson Annandale. Pp. 649-650. Oct. 18, 1910. 

Volume 39 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 39. Pp. i-xviii (title 
page, advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-664 
(Proceedings papers 1772-1807) ; pp. 665-968 (index) ; 189 figs., 71 pis. 1911. 

1772. The annelids of the family Arenicolidae of North and South America, in- 

cluding an account of Arenicola glacialis Murdoch. By James Hartley 
Ashworth. Pp. 1-32, 14 figs. Sept. 23, 1910. 

1773. A new genus and species of lizard from Florida. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 33-35, 6 figs. Sept. 23, 1910. 

1774. The thorax of the Hyraenoptera. By Robert Evans Snodgrass. Pp. 37-91, 

91 figs., 16 pis. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1775. Terrestrial isopods collected in Costa Rica by J. F. Tristan, with descriptions 

of a new genus and species. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 93-95, 4 figs. 
Oct. 25, 1910. 

1776. A new scincid lizard from the Philippine Islands. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 97-98. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1777. Japanese sawflies in the collection of the United States National Museum. 

By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 99-120. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1778. The fishes of the Lake of the Woods and connecting waters. By Barton 

Warren Evermann and Homer Barker Latimer. Pp. 121-136. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1779. Description of a new species of Antlocra from the Atlantic coast of North 

America. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 137-138, 1 fig. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1780. A new species of cestode parasite {Taenia balaniceps) of the dog and the 

lynx, with a note on Proteocephalus punicus. By Maurice C. Hall. Pp. 
139-151, 9 figs. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1781. The west American mollusks of the genus Alaba. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

153-156, 4 figs. Oct. 25, 1910. 

1782. Notes on the structure and habits of the wolffishes. By Theodore Gill. 

Pp. 157-187, 13 figs., 12 pis. Jan. 9, 1911. 

1783. North American parasitic copepods. — Part 9. The Lernaeopodidae. By 

Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 189-226, 8 pis. Jan. 9, 1911. 

1784. Description of a new rabbit from islands off the coast of Virginia. By 

Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 227-228, 2 pis. Jan. 9, 1911. 

1785. Descriptions of new mollusks of the family Vitrinellidae from the west 

coast of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 229-234, 2 pis. Jan. 9, 1911. 

1786. New South American parasitic Hymenoptera. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 235- 

239, 4 figs. Dec. 28, 1910. 

1787. A review of the sciaenoid fishes of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and 

William Francis Thompson. Pp. 241-261, 4 figs. Jan. 30, 1911. 



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Proc 

No. 

1788. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the family Ergasilidae. 

By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 263-400, 41 figs., 20 pis. Jan. 11, 1911. 

1789. New species of reared ichneumon-flies. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 401-408. 

Jan. 11, 1911. 

1790. The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Alabina from the west coast 

of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 409-418, 2 pis. Jan. 13, 1911. 

1791. Sperm transfer in certain decapods. By E. A. Andrews. Pp. 419-434, IS 

figs. Jan. 11, 1911. 

1792. A review of the fishes of the families Lobotidae and Lutianidae, found in 

the waters of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and William Francis 
Thompson. Pp. 435-471, 8 figs. Jan. 30, 1911. 

1793. (Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 7.] Thalassocrinus, a new genus of stalked crinoids from 
the East Indies. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 473-476. Jan. 11, 1911. 

1794. On some hymenopterous insects from the island of Formosa. By S. A. Roh- 

wer. Pp. 477-485. Jan. 11, 1911. 

1795. On the inorganic constituents of the skeletons of two Recent crinoids. By 

Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 487-488. Jan. 11, 1911. 

1796. A new labyrinthodont from the Kansas Coal Measures. By Roy L. Moodie. 

Pp. 489-495, 4 figs. Jan. 30, 1911. 

1797. Corynotrypa, a new genus of tubuliporoid Bryozoa. By Rav S. Bassler. Pp. 

497-527, 27 figs. Jan. 30, 1911. 

1798. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 8.] On a collection of unstalked crinoids made by the United 
States Fisheries steamer Albatross in the vicinity of the Philippine Islands. 
By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 529-563. Feb. 15, 1911. 

1799. The west American mollusks of the genus Eumeta. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

565-568, 3 figs. Feb. 15, 1911. 

1800. Description of a little-known rattlesnake, Crotalus ivillardi, from Arizona. 

By Frank A. Hartman. Pp. 569-570, 4 figs. Feb. 15, 1911. 

1801. On calamine crystals from Mexico, rutile-mica intergrowth from Canada, 

and pseudomorphs of marcasite after pyrrhotite from Prussia. By Joseph 
E. Pogue. Pp. 571-579, 1 fig., 2 pis. Feb. 24, 1911. 

1802. The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Diastoma from the west coast of 

America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 5S1-584, 4 figs. Feb. 15, 1911. 

1803. A monograph of the fljxatcher genera Hypothymis and Cyanonympha. By 

Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 585-615. Feb. 25, 1911. 

1804. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. 1. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 617-623, 3 figs. 

Feb. 25, 1911. 

1805. North American parasitic copepods. Descriptions of new genera and species. 

By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 625-634, 4 pis. March 11, 1911. 

1806. Bees in the collection of the U. S. National Museum. 1. By T. D. A. 

Cockerell. Pp. 635-658, 1 fig. Mar. 3, 1911. 

1807. Hyalinothrix, a new genus of starfishes from the Hawaiian Islands. By 

Walter K. Fisher. Pp. 659-664, 3 pis. Mar. 11, 1911. 

Volume 40 

Proceedings cf the United States National Museum, vol. 40. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-654 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 1808-1845) ; pp. 655-670 (index) ; 40 figs., 70 pis. 1911. 

1808. The Recent crinoids of the coasts of Africa. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 

1-51. March 15, 1911. 
1S09. Mammals collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on Borneo and some of the small 

adjacent islands. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 53-146, 2 figs., 7 pis. 

Apr. 25, 1911. 
1810. Notes on the distribution of millipeds in southern Texas, with descriptions 

of new genera and species from Texas, Arizona, Mexico, and Costa Rica. 

By O. F. Cook. Pp. 147-167. Apr. 10, 1911. 



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No. 

1811. Descriptions of a new genus and species of isopod crustacean of the family 

Idotheidae from the mouth of the Rio de la Plata, Argentina, South 
America. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 169-171, 5 figs. Apr. 10, 1911. 

1812. Descriptions of six new genera and thirty-one new species of ichneumon 

flies. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 173-196. Apr. 17, 1911. 

1813. Final supplement of the catalogue of the published writings of Charles 

Abiathar White, 1897-1908. By Timothy W. Stanton. Pp. 197-199. Apr. 
10, 1911. 

1814. Notes upon two rare flatfishes {Gymnachirus fasciatus Giinther and G. 

nudus Kaup). By W. C. Kendall. Pp. 201-203, 2 figs. Apr. 10, 1911. 

1815. Descriptions of tineoid moths (Microlepidoptera) from South America. By 

August Busck. Pp. 205-230, 2 pis. Apr. 13, 1911. 

1816. An electric ray and its young from the west coast of Florida. By Barton A. 

Bean and Alfred C. Weed. Pp. 231-232, 2 pis. Apr. 13, 1911. 

1817. A new trematode (Styphlodora bascaniensis) with a blind Laurer's canal. 

By Joseph Goldberger. Pp. 233-239, 3 figs. Apr. 11, 1911. 

1818. Bees in the collection of the United States National Museum. 2. By T. D. A. 

Cockerel!. Pp. 241-264. Apr. 11, 1911. 

1819. The Hoffman Philip Abyssinian ethnological collection. By Walter Hough. 

Pp. 265-276, 23 pis. May 18, 1911. 

1820. New species of shells from Bermuda. By William Healey Dall and Paul 

Bartsch. Pp. 277-288, 1 pi. May 8, 1911. 

1821. A revision of several genera of gymnospermous plants from the Potomac 

group in Maryland and Virginia. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 289-318. 
May 8, 1911. 

1822. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 9.] Descriptions of three new fishes of the family Chaetodon- 
tidae from the Philippine Islands. By Hugh M. Smith and Lewis Rad- 
cliffe. Pp. 319-326, 3 figs. Apr. 17, 1911. 

1823. The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Cerithiopsis from the west 

coast of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 327-367, 6 pis. May 8, 1911. 

1824. Notes on the genus Lepomis. By Barton A. Bean and Alfred C. Weed. Pp. 

369-376, 9 pis. May 6, 1911. 

1825. Remarks on the long-tailed shrews of the eastern United States, with de- 

scription of a new species. By N. Hollister. Pp. 377-381. Apr. 17, 1911. 

1826. The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Bittium from the west coast 

of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 383-414, 8 pis. May 12, 1911. 

1827. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 10.] New genera of starfishes from the Philippine Islands. 
By Walter K. Fisher. Pp. 415-427. May 17, 1911. 

1828. Two amphibians, one of them new, from the Carboniferous of Illinois. By 

Roy L. Moodie. Pp. 429-433, 2 figs. May 8, 1911. 

1829. New mollusks of the genus Aclis from the North Atlantic. By Paul Bartsch. 

Pp. 435-438, 1 pi. May 18, 1911. 

1830. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. 2. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 439-449. 

May 12, 1911. 

1831. New tropical millipeds of the order Merocheta, with an example of kinetic 

evolution. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 451-473, 10 figs., 1 pi. May 31, 1911. 

1832. Descriptions of one new genus and eight new species of ichneumon-flies. 

By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 475-480. Apr. 17, 1911. 

1833. On the supposed origin of the moldavites and like sporadic glasses from 

various sources. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 481-486, 2 pis. May 31, 1911. 

1834. Notes on insects of the order Strepsiptera, with descriptions of new species. 

By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. 487-511. May 17, 1911. 

1835. The relation of bornite and chalcocite in the copper ores of the Virgilina 

district of North Carolina and Virginia. By Francis Baker Laney. Pp. 
513-524, 1 fig., 7 pis. 



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Proc. 
No. 

1836. Descriptions of new genera and species of fishes from Japan and the 

Riu Kiu Islands. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 525-549. May 26, 1911. 

1837. Descriptions of new species of wasps with notes on described species. By 

S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 551-587. May 26, 1911. 

1838. Preliminary notices of some new Pacific cephalopods. By S. Stillman Berry. 

Pp. 589-592. May 31, 1911. 

1839. Fresh-water sponges in the collection of the United States National Museum. — 

Part V. A new genus proposed, with Heteromeyenia radios piculat a Mills 
as type. By Nelson Annandale. Pp. 593-594. May 26, 1911. 

1840. A revision of the forms of the hairy woodpecker {Dryobates viUosus [Lin- 

naeus]). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 595-621, 1 pi. June 3, 1911. 

1841. Description of a new species of Aega from the Atlantic coast of the United 

States. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 623-624, 4 figs. Apr. 10, 1911. 

1842. The hothouse milliped as a new genus. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 625-631. June 

11, 1911. 

1843. Descriptions of a new genus and species of Janiridae from the Northwest 

Pacific. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 633-635, 1 fig. June 7, 1911. 

1844. A new cestode from an African bustard. By Brayton Howard Ransom. Pp. 

637-647, 7 figs. June 24, 1911. 

1845. The systematic position of the crinoid genus Marsupites. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 649-654. June 24, 1911. 

Volume 41 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 41. Pp. i-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-705 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 1846-1879) ; pp. 707-719 (index) ; 211 figs., 61 pis. 1912. 

1846. The structure and relationships of certain eleutherozoic Pelmatozoa. By 

Edwin Kirk. Pp. 1-137, 11 pis. June 7, 1911. 

1847. A revision of the forms of the ladder-backed woodpecker {Dryobates scalaris 

[Wagler]). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 139-159, 1 pi. June 30, 1911. 

1848. Descriptions of recently discovered Cladocera from New England. By 

Alfred A. Doolittle. Pp. 161-170, 7 pis. July 15, 1911, 

1849. A new unstalked crinoid from the Philippine Islands. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 171-173. June 24, 1911. 

1850. The crinoid fauna of the Knobstone formation. By Frank Springer. Pp. 

175-208. June 24, 1911. 

1851. The Waverlyan period of Tennessee. By Ray S. Bassler. Pp. 209-224. 

June 24, 1911. 

1852. Names applied to bees of the genus Nomada, found in North America. By 

T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 225-243. June 30, 1911. 

1853. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 12. J Notes on some fishes of the genus Amia, family of 
Cheilodipteridae, with descriptions of four new species from the Philippine 
Islands. By Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. 245-261, 3 figs., 6 pis. July 15, 1911. 

1854. The west American mollusks of the genus Amphithalamus. By Paul Bartsch. 

Pp. 263-265, 3 figs. June 30, 1911. 

1855. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. No. 3. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 267-282, 

6 figs. June 30, 1911. 

1856. Description of a new amphisbaenoid lizard from Peru. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Pp. 283-284. July 15, 1911. 

1857. Descriptions of three new batrachians from Costa Rica and Panama. By 

Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 285-288. Aug. 14, 1911. 

1858. The west American mollusks of the genus Nodulus, By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

289-291, 4 figs. Aug. 22, 1911. 

1859. Descriptions of one new genus and three new species of ichneumon flies. By 

H. L. Viereck. Pp. 293-295. Aug. 28, 1911. 

1860. A new fossil alligator from the Hell Creek beds of Montana. By Charles 

W. Gilraore. Pp. 297-302, 1 fig., 2 pis. Sept. 9, 1911. 



118 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

?ioe. 

No. 

1861. New marine mollusks from Bermuda. By Paul Bartscb. Pp. 303-306, 1 pi. 

Oct. 12, 1911. 

1862. A revision of the fossil ferns from the Potomac group which have been 

referred to the genera Cladophlebis and Thyrsopteris. By Edward W. 
Berry. Pp. 307-332. Oct. 6, 1911. 

1863. The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Alvanta from the west coast 

of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 333-362, 4 pis. Nov. 15, 1911. 

1864. Two new species of parasitic nematodes. By Brayton Howard Ransom. 

Pp. 363-369, 7 figs. Oct. 31, 1911. 

1865. The American species of Sphyradium with an inquiry as to their generic 

relationships. By G. Dallas Hanna. Pp. 371-376, 4 figs. Oct. 14, 1911. 

1866. New sawflies in the collections of the United States National Museum. By 

S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 377-411, 14 figs. Oct. 14, 1911. 

1867. Crystallized variscite from Utah. By Waldemar T. Schaller. Pp. 413-430, 2 

figs., 1 pi. Jan. 31, 1912. 

1868. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 13.] Descriptions of fifteen new fishes of the family 
Cheilodipteridae, from the Philippine Islands and contiguous waters. By 
Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. 431-446, 5 pis. Jan. 31, 1912. 

1869. Descriptions of nev? species of wasps in the collections of the United States 

National Museum. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 447-478, 24 figs. Jan. 22, 1912. 

1870. A new mosasauroid reptile from the Cretaceous of Alabama. By Charles W. 

Gilmore. Pp. 479-484, 3 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 31, 1912. 

1871. The west American mollusks of the genus Cingula. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 485- 

488, 1 pi. Feb. 8, 1912. 

1872. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 14.] Description of new notidanoid shark from the 
Philippine Islands representing a new family. By Hugh M. Smith. Pp. 
489-491, 1 fig., 1 pi. Feb. 8, 1912. 

1873. The characters of the fossil plant Gigantopter'ts Schenk and its occurrence in 

North America. By David White. Pp. 493-516, 7 pis. Feb. 8, 1912. 

1874. Description of a new salamander from Iowa. By Alexander G. Ruthven. Pp. 

517-519. Jan. 22, 1912. 

1875. A review of the Sparidae and related families of perch-like fishes found in the 

waters of Japan. By David Starr Jordan and William Francis Thompson. 
Pp. 521-601, 15 figs. Jan. 22, 1912. 

1876. The Crustacea of the order Cumacea in the collection of the United States 

National Museum. By William T. Caiman. Pp. 603-676, 112 figs. Apr. 6, 
1912. 

1877. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-10. — No. 15.] The squaloid sharks of the Philippine Archipelago, 
with descriptions of new cenera and species. By Hugh M. Smith. Pp. 
677-685, 4 figs., 5 pis. Feb." 8, 1912. 

1878. The mounted skeletons of Camptosaurus in the United States National Museum. 

By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 687-696, 4 figs., 7 pis. Feb. 8, 1912. 

1879. Preservation of osseous and horny tissue. By F. I.. J. Boettcher. Pp. 697-705. 

Jan. 22, 1912. 

Volume 42 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 42. Pp. i-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-655 (Proceedings 
papers 1880-1922); pp. 657-675 (index); 101 figs., 76 pis. 1912. 

1880. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera, No. 4. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 1-10, 2 figs. 

March 6, 1912. 

1881. A revision of the forms of the edible-nest swiftlet, Collocalia fuciphaga 

(Thunberg). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 11-20. Mar, 6, 1912. 

1882. A small collection of bats from Panama. By Gerrii S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 21-26. 

Mar. 6, 1912. 



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1883. Description of a neve species of isopod of the genus Cleantis from Japan. 

By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 27-29, 1 fig. Mar, 6, 1912. 

1884. On an important specimen of Edestus; with description of a new species, 

Edestus mirus. By Oliver Perry Hay. Pp. 31-38, 2 pis. Apr. 25, 1912. 

1885. Descriptions of new species and genera of Lepidoptera, chiefly from Mexico. 

By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 39-106. Mar. 6, 1912. 

1886. Description of a new species of the isopod genus Cassidin'idea from Mexico. 

By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 107-108, 3 figs. Mar. 6, 1912. 

1887. Censers and incense of Mexico and Central America. By Walter Hough, 

Pp. 109-137, 12 figs., 12 pis. Apr. 7, 1912. 

1888. Descriptions of five new genera and twenty-six new species of ichneumon-flics. 

By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 139-153. Mar. 9, 1912. 

1889. Systematic notes and descriptions of some weevils of economic or biological 

importance. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. 155-170. Mar. 19, 1912. 

1890. Variation of the skull and horns of the Isabella gazelle. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. 

Pp. 171-172, 1 pi. Apr. 13, 1912. 

1891. Description of a new isopod crustacean belonging to the genus Lhoneca from 

the Atlantic coast of Panama. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 173-174, 1 fig. 
Mar. 19, 1912. 

1892. A new nematode, Osiertagia bullosa, parasitic in the alimentary tract of sheep. 

By Brayton Howard Ransom and Maurice C. Hall. Pp. 175-179, 4 figs. 
Feb. 28, 1912. 

1893. Instructions for collecting and fixing rotifers in bulk. By P. da Beaucharap. 

Pp. 181-185. Mar. 19, 1912. 

1894. Marine and terrestrial isopods from Jamaica. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 

187-194, 3 figs. Apr. 5, 1912. 

1895. Naumachocrinus, a new genus belonging to the crinoid family Phrynocrinidae. 

By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 195-197. Mar. 19, 1912. 

1896. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 16.] New pediculate fishes from the Philippine Islands 
and contiguous waters. By Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. 199-214, 3 figs., 12 pis. 
Apr. 30, 1912. 

1897. Names applied to bees of the genus Osmia, found in North America. By T. D. 

A. Cockcrell. Pp. 215-225. Apr. 13, 1912. 

1898. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 17.] New arenaceous Foraminifera from the Philippine 
Islands and contiguous waters. By Joseph A. Cushman. Pp. 227-230, 1 pi. 
Apr. 16, 1912. 

1899. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910.— No. 18.] The chimaeroid fishes of the Philippine Islands, 
with description of a new species. By Hugh M. Smith. Pp. 231-232, 1 pi. 
Apr. 13, 1912. 

1900. Descriptions of new species of parasitic copepods in the collections of the 

United States National Museum. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 233-243, 
5 pis. Apr. 30, 1912. 

1901. Notes on fresh-water Copepoda in the United States National Museum. By 

C. Dwight Marsh. Pp. 245-255, 14 figs. Apr. 25, 1912. 

1902. Descriptions of certain species of wasps of the family Sphecidae. By Henry 

T. Fernald. Pp. 257-259. Apr. 25, 1912. 

1903. Additions to the west American pyramidellid mollusk fauna, with descriptions 

of new species. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 261-289, 4 pis. May 17, 1912. 

1904. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910 — No. 19.] Diagnoses of new barnacles from the Philippine Archi- 
pelago and China Sea. By Henry A. Pilsbry. Pp. 291-294. May 29, 1912. 

1905. A second meteoric find from Scott County, Kansas. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 

295-296, 1 pi. June 15, 1912. 



120 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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No. 

1906. A zoogeographic studj- based on the pyrainidellid mollusks of the weit coast 

of America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 297-349, 1 pi. June IS, 1912. 

1907. New cyclogasterid fishes from Japan. By C. H. Gilbert and C. V. Burke. Pp. 

351-380, 18 figs., 8 pis. July !?, 1912. 

1908. Some new Mollusca from the Silurian formations of Washington County, 

Maine. By Henry Shaler Williams. Pp. 381-398, 2 pis. July 3, 1912. 

1909. Japanese shore fislies collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer 

Albatross Expedition of 1906. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 399-450, 1 fig., 
11 pis. Aug. 30, 1912. 

1910. Notes on African Orthoptera of the families Mantidae and Phasmidae in the 

United States National Museum, with descriptions of new species. By James 
A. G. Rehn. Pp. 451-475, 17 figs. Aug. 29, 1912. 

1911. Description of a new terrestrial isopod belonging to the genus Cubaris from 

Panama. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 477-479, 2 figs. Aug. 29, 1912. 

1912. A new discodrilid worm from Colorado. By Max M. Ellis. Pp. 481-486, 5 figs. 

Aug. 29, 1912. 

1913. The fishes of Okinawa, one of the Riu Kiu Islands. By John Otterbein Snyder. 

Pp. 487-519, 9 pis. Aug. 30, 1912. 

1914. Descriptions of two new parasitic isopods belonging to the genera Palaegyge 

and Probopyrus from Panama. By Harriet Richardson, Pp. 521-524, 8 figs. 
Aug. 29, 1912. 

1915. Descriptions of two new species of fishes, from Honolulu, Hawaii. By David 

Starr Jordan and Charles William Metz. Pp. 525-527, 1 pi. Aug. 30, 1912. 

1916. A revision of the subspecies of the green heron (Butorides virescens [Lin- 

naeus]). By Harry C. Oberholser, Pp. 529-577. Aug. 29, 1912. 

1917. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 20.] Description of a new family of pediculate fishes 
from Celebes. By Hugh M. Smith and Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. 579-581, 1 pi. 
Aug. 30, 1912, 

1918. Description of a new species of isopod belonging to the genus Apseudes from 

Ecuador. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 583-585, 1 fig. Aug. 29, 1912. 

1919. Notes on a collection of fishes from Java, made by Owen Bryant and William 

Palmer in 1909, with description of a new species. By Barton A. Bean and 
Alfred C. Weed. Pp. 587-611, 3 figs., 3 pis. Aug. 30, 1912. 

1920. Contributions to our knowledge of bees and ichneumon-flies, including the 

descriptions of twenty-one new genera and fifty-seven new species of ichneu- 
mon-flies. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 613-648, 2 figs. Aug. 29, 1912. 

1921. Model of a Brahmin temple. By Immanuel M. Casanowicz. Pp. 649-653, 1 pi. 

Aug. 30, 1912. 

1922. Note on the generic name Safole, replacing Boulengerina, for a genus of 

kuhliid fishes. By David Starr Jordan. P. 655. Aug. 29, 1912. 

Volume 43 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 43. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-658 (Proceedings 
papers 1923-1945) ; pp. 659-669 (index) ; 49 figs., 46 pis. 1913. 

1923. Descriptions of the Alcyonaria collected by the U. S. Fisheries steamer Alba- 

tross, mainly in Japanese waters, during 1906. By Charles C. Nutting. Pp. 
1-104, 21 pis. Nov^. 23, 1912. 

1924. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 21.] Descriptions of a new family, two new genera, and 
twenty-nine new species of anacanthine fishes from the Philippine Islands 
and contiguous waters. By Lewis Radcliffe, Pp. 105-140, 11 figs,, 10 pis. 
Sept. 27, 1912. 

1925. Studies in the woodwasp superfamily Oryssoidea, with descriptions of new 

species. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 141-158, 6 figs., 2 pis, Sept. 27, 1912. 



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Pioc. 
No. 

1926. Descriptions of two new isopods, an Apseudes and a Munnopsis, both from 

the Galapagos Islands. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 159-162, 4 figs. Sept. 
7, 1912. 

1927. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera, No. 5. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 163-188, 2 

figs. Sept. 7, 1912. 

1928. Dragon flies of the Cumberland Valley in Kentucky and Tennessee. By 

Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 189-200. Sept. 7, 1912. 

1929. Descriptions of a new genus of isopod crustaceans, and of two new species 

from South America, By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 201-204, 2 figs. Sept. 
27, 1912. 

1930. Notes on sawflies, with descriptions of new species. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 

205-251, 6 figs. Sept. 30, 1912. 

1931. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 22.] Preliminary account of one new genus and three 
new species of Medusae from the Philippines. By Henry B. Bigelow. Pp. 
253-260. Nov. 20, 1912. 

1932. Names applied to the eucerine bees of North America. By T. D. A. Cockerell. 

Pp. 261-273. Oct. 19, 1912. 

1933. Bryozoa from Labrador, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia, collected by Dr. 

Owen Bryant. By Raymond C. Osburn. Pp. 275-289, 1 pi. Nov. 20, 1912. 

1934. New American dipterous insects of the family Pipunculidae. By J. R. Mal- 

loch. Pp. 291-299, 9 figs. Oct. 9, 1912. 

1935. Descriptions of new genera and species of rauscoid flies from the Andean and 

Pacific coast regions of South America. By Charles H. T. Townsend. Pp. 
301-367. Nov. 22, 1912. 

1936. Notes on certain amphipods from the Gulf of Mexico, with descriptions of new 

genera and new species. By Arthur S. Pearse. Pp. 369-379, 8 figs. Nov. 20, 
1912. 

1937. The crinoids of the Museum fuer Naturkunde, Berlin. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 381-410. Nov. 20, 1912. 

1938. The insects of the dipterous family Phoridae in the United States National 

Museum. By J. R. Malloch. Pp. 411-529, 7 pis. Dec. 14, 1912. 

1939. A revision of the forms of the great blue heron (Ardea herodias Linnaeus). 

By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 531-559. Dec. 12, 1912. 

1940. Notes on the occurrence of the crustacean Alonopsis in America, with descrip- 

tion of a new species. By Alfred A. Doolittle. Pp. 561-565, 2 pis. Dec. 31, 
1912. 

1941. A new genus and six new species of fishes of the family Cyclogasteridae. By 

Charles Victor Burke. Pp. 567-574. Dec. 12, 1912. 

1942. Descriptions of one new famil}', eight new genera, and thirty-three new 

species of ichneumon-flies. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 575-593. Dec. 31, 1912. 

1943. A newly found meteroric iron from Perryville, Perry Count}"^, Missouri. By 

George P. Merrill. Pp. 595-597, 2 pis. Dec. 31, 1912. 

1944. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 23.] Four new genera and fifty-eight new species of 
starfishes from the Philippine Islands, Celebes, and the Moluccas. By 
Walter K. Fisher. Pp. 599-648. Feb. 5, 1913. 

1945. One new genus and eight new species of dipterous insects in the United States 

National Museum collection. By J. R. Malloch. Pp. 649-658, 1 pi. Dec. 31, 
1912. 

Volume 44 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 44. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-654 (Proceedings 
papers 1946-1975) ; pp. 655-666 (index) ; 92 figs., 82 pis. 1913. 

1946. Medusae and siphonophorae collected by the U. S. Fisheries steamer Albatross 

in the northwestern Pacific, 1906. By Henry B. Bigelow. Pp. 1-119, 2 figs., 
6 pis. Mar. 26, 1913. 



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No. 

1947. Descriptions of new species of saturnian moths in the collection of the United 

States National Museum. By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 121-134. Feb. 11, 1913. 

1948. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 24.] Descriptions of seven new genera and thirty-one new 
species of fishes of the families Brotulidae and Carapidae from the Philip- 
pine Islands and the Dutch East Indies. By Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. 135-176, 
11 pis. Apr. 3, 1913. 

1949. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Orthoptera (Acridiidae — 

short-horned locusts). By Lawrence Bruner. Pp. 177-187. Feb. 11, 1913. 

1950. Crustacean parasites of West Indian fishes and land crabs, with descriptions 

of new genera and species. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 189-277, 36 
pis. Apr. 3, 1913. 

1951. Descriptions of new Lepidoptera, chiefly from Mexico. By Harrison G. Dyar. 

Pp. 279-324. Feb. 11, 1913. 

1952. A newly found meteorite from near Cullison, Pratt County, Kansas. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 325-330, 2 pis. Apr. 12, 1913, 

1953. A revision of the South American dipterous insects of the family Ptychop- 

teridae. By Charles P. Alexander. Pp. 331-335, 3 figs. Feb. 20, 1913. 

1954. Terrestrial isopods collected in Costa Rica by Mr. Picado, with the descrip- 

tion of a new genus and species. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 337-340, 5 
figs. Feb. 20, 1913. 

1955. Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 

341-346, 3 figs., 1 pi. Apr. 30, 1913. 

1956. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Orthoptera (exclusive of 

Acridiidae). By A. N. Caudell. Pp. 347-357. Apr. 20, 1913. 

1957. Description of Atiguilla r.ianabei, a new eel from Japan. By David Starr Jor- 

dan. Pp. 359-360, 1 pi. Apr. 3, 1913. 

1958. Descriptions of new species of American flies of the famrly Borboridae. By 

J. R. Malloch. Pp. 361-372. Feb. 20, 1913. 

1959. The sipunculids of the eastern coast of North America. By John Hiram 

Gerould. Pp. 373-437, 18 figs., 5 pis. Apr. 12, 1913. 

1960. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Hymenoptera, superfamilies 

Vespoidea and Sphecoidea. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 439-454, 1 fig. Feb. 10, 
1913. 

1961. Notes on Ranzania mahua Jenkins and other species of fishes of rare occur- 

rence on the California coast. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 455-460, 1 pi. 
Apr. 12, 1913. 

1962. Two new species of Diptera in the United States National Museum collection. 

By J. R. Malloch. Pp. 461-463. Feb. 20, 1913. 

1963. Descriptions of two new fishes of the genus Triglops from the Atlantic coast 

of North America. By Charles H. Gilbert. Pp. 465-468, 1 pi. Apr. 30, 1913. 

1964. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Hymenoptera — Ichneumonoi- 

dea. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 469-470. Feb. 10, 1913. 

1965. A synopsis of the American minks. By N. Hollister. Pp. 471-480. Apr. 18, 

1913. 

1966. A synopsis of part of the Neotropical crane-flies of the subfamily Limnobinae. 

By Charles P. Alexander. Pp. 481-549, 4 pis. Apr. 30, 1913. 

1967. Description of a new species of actinian of the genus Edwardsiella from south- 

ern California. By J Playfair McMurrich. Pp. 551-553, 1 fig. Apr. 18, 1913. 

1968. Descriptions of ten new genera and twenty-three new species of ichneumon- 

flies. By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 555-568. Apr. 18, 1913. 

1969. Notes on some fossil horses, with descriptions of four new species. By Oliver 

P. Hay. Pp. 569-594, 2S figs., 5 pis. Apr. 30, 1913. 

1970. Notes on Nearctic orthopterous insects. I. Non-saltatorial forms. By A. N. 

Caudell. Pp. 595-614, 27 figs. Apr. 18, 1913. 

1971. Descriptions of new species of crabs of the family Ocypodidae. By Mary J. 

Rathbun. Pp. 615-620, 3 pis. Apr. 30, 1913. 



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1972. Notes on some American Diptera of the genus Fannin, with descriptions of 

new species. By J. R. Malloch. Pp. 621-631, 1 pi. Apr, 30, 1913. 

1973. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 25.] New Textulariidae and other arenaceous Foramini- 
fera from the Philippine Islands and contiguous waters. By Joseph A. 
Cushman. Pp. 633-638, 3 pis. Apr, 30, 1913. 

1974. Descriptions of six new genera and twelve new species of ichneumon-flies. 

By H. L. Viereck. Pp. 639-648. Apr. 18, 1913. 

1975. A recently mounted zeuglodon skeleton in the United States Museum. By 

Jamei W. Gidley. Pp. 649-654, 3 figs., 2 pis. Apr. 30, 1913. 

Volume 45 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 45. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-657 (Proceedings 
papers 1976-2007); pp. 659-669 (index); 43 figs., 57 pis. 1913. 

Treeshrews: An account of the mammalian family Tupaiidae. By Marcus 
Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 1-188, 29 figs., 11 pis. Nov. 29, 1913. 

A systematic monograph of the chalcinoid Hymennptara of the subfamily 
Signiphorinae. By A. Ars^ne Girault. Pp. 189-233. May 22, 1913. 

[Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 
1907-1910. — No. 26.] The giant species of the molluscan genus Lima 
obtained in Philippine and adjacent waters. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 235-240, 9 
pis. June 13, 1913. 

Descriptions of new Hymenoptera, No. 6. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 241-260, 

2 figs. May 22, 1913. 
A fossil flower from the Eocene. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 261-263, 1 fig., 

1 pi. June 13, 1913. 
A synopsis, and descriptions of the Nearctic species of sawflies of the genus 

Xyela, with descriptions of other new species of sawflies. By S. A. Rohwer. 

Pp. 265-281, 1 fig. May 22, 1913. 
Fossil Coleoptera from Florissant in the United States National Museum. By 

H. F. Wickham. Pp. 283-303, 5 pis. June 13, 1913. 
[Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 27.] The Philippine mollusks of the genus Dimya. By 

Paul Bartsch. Pp. 305-307, 2 pis. June 13, 1913. 
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera, No. 7. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 309-317, 

1 fig. May 22, 1913. 
New species of Silurian fossils from the Edmunds and Pembroke formations 

of Washington County, Maine. By Henry Shaler Williams. Pp. 319-352, 

3 pis. July 22, 1913. 
New parasitic Hymenoptera belonging to the trible Xoridini. By S. A. Rohwer. 

Pp. 353-361. May 22, 1913. 
Three interesting butterflies from eastern Massachusetts. By Austin Hobart 

Clark. Pp. 363-364, 1 pi. June 13, 1913. 
Miscellaneous contributions to the knowledge of the weevils of the families 

Attelabidae and Brachyrhinidae. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. 365-426. May 

23, 1913. 
The simple ascidians from the northeastern Pacific in the collection of the 

United States National Museum. By William E. Ritter. Pp. 427-505, 4 pis. 

June 25, 1913. 
Mammals collected by the Smithsonian-Harvard Expedition to the Altai 

Mountains, 1912. By N. Hollister. Pp. 507-532, 6 pis. June 21, 1913. 
Descriptions of thirteen new species of parasitic Hymenoptera and a table to 

certain species of the genus Ecphylus. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 533-540. June 

21, 1913. 
Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911.— Batrachians and reptiles. 

By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 541-547. June 4, 1913. 



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No. 

1993. New land shells from the Philippine Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 549-553, 

1 pi. June 21, 1913. 

1994. Description of a new fossil fern of the genus Gleichenia from the Upper Cre- 

taceous of Wyoming. By Frank H. Knowlton. Pp. S5S-558, 1 pi. June 21, 
1913. 

1995. The isopod genus Ichthyoxenus Herklots, with description of a new species 

from Japan. By Harriet Richardson. Pp. 559-562, 6 figs. June 4, 1913. 

1996. Some new Hawaiian cephalopods. By S. Stillman Berry. Pp. 563-566. June 

4, 1913. 

1997. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 28.] The hemiscylliid sharks of the Philippine Archipelago, 
with description of a new genus from the China Sea. By Hugh M. Smith. 
Pp. 567-569, 2 figs., 1 pi. June 21, 1913. 

1998. Notes on a small collection of amphipods from the Pribilof Islands, with 

descriptions of new species. By A. S. Pearse. Pp. 571-573, 2 figs. June 4, 1913. 

1999. Description of the Yachats "smelt," a new species of atherinoid fish from Ore- 

gon. By David Starr Jordan and John Otterbein Snyder. Pp, 575-576, 1 pi. 
June 21, 1913. 

2000. Two fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado, with a discussion of the venation 

of the aeshnine dragon-flies. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 577-583, 3 figs. 
June 21, 1913. 

2001. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Orthoptera (Addenda to 

the Acridiidae — short-horned locusts). By Lawrence Bruner. Pp. 585-586. 
June 11, 1913. 

2002. Diagnoses of new shells from the Pacific Ocean. By William Healey Dall. 

Pp. 587-597. June 11, 1913. 

2003. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 29.] Description of a new carcharioid shark from the 
Sulu Archipelago. By Hugh M. Smith. Pp. 599-601, 3 figs., 1 pi. June 
21, 1913. 

2004. Three new species of Anthomyidae (Diptera) in the United States National 

Museum collection. By J. R. Malloch. Pp. 603-607. June 11, 1913. 

2005. The Mount Lyell copper district of Tasmania. By Chester G. Gilbert and 

Joseph E. Pogue. Pp. 609-625, 1 fig,, 4 pis. July 22, 1913. 

2006. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Lepidoptera. By Harrison 

G. Dyar. Pp. 627-649. July 22, 1913. 

2007. Description of Mesoplodon mirum, a beaked whale recently discovered on the 

coast of North America. By Frederick W. True. Pp. 651-657, 1 fig., 6 pis. 
Nov. 29, 1913. 

Volume 46 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 46. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-668 (Proceedings 
papers 2008-2042) ; pp. 669-681 (index) ; 202 figs., 57 pis. 1914. 

2008. New genera and species of Thysanoptera, with notes on distribution and food 

plants. By A. C. Morgan. Pp. 1-55, 79 figs. Aug. 23, 1913. 

2009. Notes on an unusually fine slab of fossil crinoids. By R. S. Bassler. Pp. 57-59, 

2 pis. Nov. 29, 1913. 

2010. New parasitic Hymenoptera of the genus Eiphosoma. By T. D. A. Cockerell. 

Pp. 61-64. Aug. 23, 1913. 

2011. Notes on a collection of fishes from the Island of Shikoku in Japan, with a 

description of a new species, Gnathypops iyonis. By David Starr Jordan 
and William Francis Thompson. Pp. 65-72, 5 figs. Aug. 23, 1913. 

2012. A new nematode, Rlctularia splendida, from the coyote, with notes on other 

coyote parasites. By Maurice C. Hall. Pp. 73-84, 6 figs. Aug. 23, 1913. 

2013. Notes on the bats of the genus Molossus. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 85-92. 

Aug. 23, 1913. 



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Preliminary report on a recently discovered Pleistocene cave deposit near 

Cumberland, Maryland. By James Williams Gidley. Pp. 93-102, 8 figs. 

Aug. 23, 1913. 
New moth-flies (Psychodidae) bred from Bromeliaceae and other plants. 

By Frederick Knab. Pp. 103-106. Aug. 23, 1913. 
New mollusks from the Bahama Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 107-109, 1 pi. 

Nov. 29, 1913. 
Notes on the Odonata, or dragonflies, of Bumping Lake, Washington. By 

Clarence Hamilton Kennedy. Pp. 111-126, 57 figs. Sept. 30, 1913. 
A synopsis of the genera of Agromyzidae, with descriptions of new genera and 

species. By J. R. Malloch. Pp. 127-154, 3 pis. Dec. 6, 1913. 
A new sponge from the New Jersey Cretaceous. By Hervey W. Shimer and 

Sidney Powers. Pp. 155-156, 1 pi. Dec. 6, 1913. 
The variation exhibited by mainland and island specimens of the Hibakari 

snake, Matrix vibakari (Boie). By J. C. Thompson. Pp. 157-160. Sept. 

30, 1913. 

The extinct bisons of North America, with description of one new species, 

Bison regius. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 161-200, 10 figs., 12 pis. Dec. 6, 1913. 
[Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 30.] New starfishes from the Philippine Islands, Celebes, 

and the Moluccas. By Walter K. Fisher. Pp. 201-224. Sept. 30, 1913. 
On a brackish water Pliocene fauna of the southern Coastal Plain. By William 

Healey Dall. Pp. 225-237, 3 pis. Dec. 6, 1913. 
The genera of flies in the subfamily Botanobiinae with hind tibial spur. By 

J. R. Malloch. Pp. 239-266, 2 pis. Dec, 6, 1913. 
Camels of the fossil genus Camelops. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 267-277, 1 fig., 

2 pis. Dec. 6, 1913. 
Revision of the crinoid genus Himerometra. By Austin Hobart Clark. Pp. 279- 

289. Nov. 25, 1913. 
A review of the fishes of the genus Osmerus of the California coast. By Mary 

Fisk. Pp. 291-297, 1 fig. Nov. 25, 1913. 
A review of the Philippine land mammals in the United States National 

Museum. By N. Hollister. Pp. 299-341, 3 pis. Dec. 31, 1913. 
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera, No. 8. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 343-352, 

8 figs. Dec. 23, 1913. 
Descriptions of new species of crabs of the families Grapsidae and Ocypodidae. 

By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 353-358, 4 pis. Dec. 31, 1913. 
Descriptions of twenty-three new genera and thirty-one new species of ichneu- 
mon-flies. By Henry L. Viereck. Pp. 359-386. Dec. 31, 1913. 
A list of the Rotatoria of Washington and vicinity, with descriptions of a new 

genus and ten new species. By Harry K. Harring. Pp. 387-405, 5 pis. Dec. 

31, 1913. 

Gad-flies (Tabanidae) of the genus Stibasoma. By Frederick Knab. Pp. 407- 

412. Dec. 23, 1913. 
Revision of the bats of the genus Glossophaga. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 

413-429, 1 fig. Dec. 31, 1913. 
New Hymenoptera from North America. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 431- 

443, 1 pi. Dec. 30, 1913. 
Some new American pycnodont fishes. By James Williams Gidley. Pp. 445- 

449, 6 figs. Dec. 31, 1913. 
North American spring-tails of the subfamily Tomocerinae. By Justus W. 

Folsom. Pp. 451-472, 10 figs., 2 pis. Dec. 30, 1913. 
Notes on the fossil crinoid genus Homocrinus Hall. By Edwin Kirk. Pp. 473- 

483, 1 pi. Feb. 14, 1914. 
New species of noctuid moths from tropical America. By William Schaus. 

Pp. 485-549. Jan. 29, 1914. 
Notes on a viviparous distome. By Edwin Linton. Pp. 551-555, 1 pi. Feb. 

24, 1914. 
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Pnc 

No. 

2041. A contribution toward a monograph of the homopterous insects of the family 

Delphacidae of North and South America. By David L. Crawford. Pp. 
557-640, 6 pis. Mar. 4, 1914. 

2042. Archeological investigations in Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri. By David 

I. Bushnell, Jr. Pp. 641-668, 8 figs., 8 pis. Mar. 4, 1914. 

Volume 47 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 47. Pp. I-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-729 (Proceedings 
papers 2043-2063); pp. 731-755 (index); 23 figs., 56 pis. 1915. 

2043. New genera and species of Microlepidoptera from Panama. By August Busck. 

Pp. 1-67. Apr. 30, 1914. 

2044. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 31.] New species of crabs of the families Grapsidae and 
Ocypodidae. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 69-85. May 7, 1914. 

2045. Names applied to the North American bees of the genera Lithurgus, Anthldium, 

and allies. By T. D. A. Cockerel!. Pp. 87-94. May 7, 1914. 

2046. The noctuid moths of the genera Palindia and Dyomyx. By Harrison G. Dyar. 

Pp. 95-116. May 7, 1914. 

2047. New genera and species of American brachyrhynchous crabs. By Mary J. 

Rathbun. Pp. 117-129, 5 figs., 10 pis. May 20, 1914. 

2048. Hymenoptera, superfamilies Apoidea and Chalcidoidea, of the Yale Dominican 

Expedition of 1913. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 131-134. Apr. 30, 1914. 

2049. Two cottoid fishes from Monterey Bay, California. By Charles H. Gilbert. 

Pp. 135-137, 1 pi. May 20, 1914. 

2050. Report on the Lepidoptera of the Smithsonian biological survey of the Panama 

Canal Zone. By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 139-350. May 20, 1914. 

2051. The variations exhibited by Thamnophis ordinoides (Baird and Girard), a 

garter-snake inhabiting the Sausalito Peninsula, California. By Joseph C. 
Thompson. Pp. 351-360. May 16, 1914. 

2052. Results of the Yale-Peruvian Expedition of 1911. Addendum to the Hymenop- 

tera Ichneumonoidea. By P. R. Myers. Pp. 361-362. Oct. 24, 1914. 

2053. A new pearly freshwater mussel of the genus Hyria from Brazil. By L. S. 

Frierson. P. 363, 1 pi. Oct. 29. 1914. 

2054. Descriptions of new species and genera of Lepidoptera from Mexico. By Har- 

rison G. Dyar. Pp. 365-409. Oct. 24, 1914. 

2055. Littoral marine moUusks of Chincoteague Island, Virginia. By John B. Hen- 

derson and Paul Bartsch. Pp. 411-421, 2 pis. Oct. 29, 1914. 

2056. Lepidoptera of the Yale-Dominican Expedition of 1913. By Harrison G. Dyar. 

Pp. 423-426. Oct, 24, 1914. 

2057. A systematic account of the grasshopper mice. By N. Hcllister. Pp. 427-489, 

3 figs., 1 pi. Oct. 29, 1914. 

2058. Orthoptera of the Yale-Dominican Expedition of 1913. By A. N. Caudell. Pp. 

491-495. Oct. 24, 1914. 

2059. A peculiarity in the growth of the tail feathers of the giant hornbill (Rhinoplax 

vigil). By Alex Wetmore. Pp. 497-500. Oct. 24, 1914. 

2060. Notes on wolframite, beraunite, and axinite. By Edgar T. Wherrj-. Pp. 501-511. 

Oct, 24, 1914. 

2061. Vespoid and sphecoid Hymenoptera collected in Guatemala by W. P. Cock- 

erell. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 513-523. Oct. 24, 1914. 

2062. Report on Rotatoria from Panama with descriptions of new species. By Harry 

K. Harring. Pp. 525-564, 9 pis. Dec. 15, 1914. 

2063. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the Lernaeopodidae, with a 

revision of the entire family. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 565-729, IS 
figf., 32 pis. Mar. 6> 1915. 



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Volume 48 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 48. Pp. i-x (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-661 (Proceedings 
papers 2064-2091); pp. 663-672 (index); 40 figs., 46 pis. 1915. 

Proc. 
No. 

2064. New North American bees of the genus Andrena. By Henry L. Viereck and 

T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 1-58. Nov. 28, 1914. 

2065. The Crustacea Euphausiacea of the United States National Museum. By H. J. 

Hansen. Pp. 59-114, 4 pis. Jan. 19, 1915. 

2066. List of generic names and their type-species in the coleopterous superfamily 

Scolytoidea. By A. D. Hopkins. Pp. 115-136. Dec. 16, 1914. 

2067. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 32.] A new genus and some new species of crabs of the 
family Goneplacidae. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 137-154. Dec. 16, 1914. 

2068. Descriptions of new genera and species, with notes on parasitic Hymenoptera. 

By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 155-168. Dec. 16, 1914. 

2069. Two new South American jaguars. By N, Hollister. Pp. 169-170, 1 pi. Dec. 

16, 1914. 

2070. Report on the parasitic and predaceous Diptera from northeastern New Mexico. 

By W. R. Walton. Pp. 171-186, 2 pis. Dec. 16, 1914. 

2071. Descriptions of a new genus and species of the discodrilid worms. By Maurice 

C. Hall. Pp. 187-193, 3 figs. Dec. 16, 1914. 

2072. New genera and species of gall midges. By E. Porter Felt. Pp. 195-211, 15 

figs. Jan. 19, 1915. 

2073. Report on the holothuriaiis collected by the United States Fisheries steamer 

Albatross in the northwestern Pacific during the summer of 1906. By Hiro- 
shi Ohshima. Pp. 213-291, 1 fig., 4 pis. Feb. 11, 1915. 

2074. The Mississippi River bluffs at Columbus and Hickman, Kentucky, and their 

fossil flora. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 293-303, 2 pis. Jan. 28, 1915. 

2075. Fishes collected by the United States Fisheries steamer Albatross in southern 

California in 1904. By Charles Henry Gilbert. Pp. 305-380, 9 pis. Jan. 
28, 1915. 

2076. Descriptions of new African birds of the genera Francolinus, Chalcopelia, 

Cinnyris, Chalcomitra, Anthreptes, Estrilda, Halcyon, M ditto phagus, and 
Colius. By Edgar A. Mearns. Pp. 381-394. Jan. 19, 1915. 

2077. An extinct marsupial from the Fort Union with notes on the Myrmecobidae 

and other families of this group. By James Williams Gidley. Pp. 395-402, 
1 pi. Jan. 28, 1915. 

2078. Reptiles of northwestern Nevada and adjacent territory. By C H. Richardson. 

Pp. 403-435. Jan. 19, 1915. 

2079. On some generic names first mentioned in the "Conchological Illustrations." 

By William Healey Dall. Pp. 437-440. Jan. 10, 1915. 

2080. Description of new species of crane-flies from Central America. By Charles P. 

Alexander. Pp. 441-444, 1 pi. Feb. 11, 1915. 

2081. Synopsis of the species of sawflies belonging to the genus Dimorphopteryx. By 

S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 445-448. Feb. 11, 1915. 

2082. Flounders and soles from Japan collected by the United States Bureau of 

Fisheries steamer Albatross in 1906. By Carl L. Hubbs. Pp. 449-496, 3 pis. 
Mar. 20, 1915. 

2083. Notes on some sawfly larvae belonging to the genus Dimorphopteryx. By Wil- 

liam Middleton. Pp. 497-501, 4 figs., 1 pi. Mar. 18, 1915. 

2084. The Fisher, Polk County, Minnesota, meteorite. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 

503-506, 1 pi. May 3, 1915. 

2085. Descriptions of six new species of ichneumon-flies. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 

507-513. Mar. 8, 1915. 

2086. Contributions to the knowledge of the mammals of the Pleistocene of North 

America. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 515-575, 5 figs., 8 pis. Apr. 8, 1915. 



128 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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No. 

2087. Descriptions of new Hymenoptera, No. 9. By J. C. Crawford. Pp. 577-586, 11 

figs. May 3, 1915. 

2088. A synopsis of the races of the long-tailed goatsuciier, Caprimulgus macrurus 

Horsfield. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 587-599. May 3, 1915. 

2089. Notes on Neotropical dragonflies, or Odonata. By Edward Bruce Williamson. 

Pp. 601-638, 1 fig., 7 pis. May 12, 1915. 

2090. A review of the subspecies of the ruddy kingfisher, Entomothera coromanda 

(Linnaeus). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 639-657. May 18, 1915. 

2091. Rediscovery of Pourtales' Halioiis. By John B. Henderson. Pp. 659-661, 2 

pis. May 22, 1915. 

Volume 49 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 49. Pp. i-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-690 (Proceedings 
papers 2092-2130) ; pp. 691-702 (index) ; 296 figs., 83 pis, 1916. 

2092. Descriptive catalogue of the Washington relics in the United States National 

Museum. By Theodore T. Belote. Pp. 1-24, 27 pis. Oct. 19, 1915. 

2093. Notes on some United States grasshoppers of the family Acrididae. By A. N. 

Caudell. Pp. 25-31. June 21, 1915. 

2094. The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Rissotna from the west coast of 

America. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 33-62, 6 pis. July 24, 1915. 

2095. A revision of the North American ichneumon-flies of the subfamily Opiinae. 

By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 63-95, 2 pis. Aug. 23, 1915. 

2096. Descriptions of two new species of Entomostraca from Colorado, with notes 

on other species. By G. S. Dodds. Pp. 97-102, 10 figs. Aug. 13, 1915. 

2097. Flies of the genus Agromyza, related to Agromyza virens. By J. R. Malioch. 

Pp. 103-108, 1 fig., 1 pi. July 24, 1915. 

2098. Notes on the composiiion and structure of the Indarch, Russia, meteoric stone. 

By George P. Merrill. Pp. 109-112, 1 pi. July 24, 1915. 

2099. The dipterous genus Symphoromyia in North America. By John Merton 

Aldrich. Pp. 113-142, 11 figs. July 16, 1915. 

2100. The genera and subgenera of raccoons and their allies. By N. HolHster. Pp. 

143-150, 2 pis. Aug. 13, 1915. 

2101. Notes on the flies of the genus Pseudodinia, with description of a new species. 

By J. R. Malioch. Pp. 151-152. July 16, 1915. 

2102. A peculiar oolite from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. By Edgar T. Wherry. Pp. 

153-156, 2 pis. Aug. 13, 1915. 

2103. On a collection of Javanese crane-flies (Tipulidae, Diptera) in the United 

States National Museum. By Charles Paul Alexander. Pp. 157-193, 9 pis. 
Aug. 13, 1915. 

2104. The Philippine land shells of the genus Schistoloma. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

195-204, 1 pi. July 24, 1915. 

2105. Descriptions of new species of Hymenoptera. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 205-249. 

July 16, 1915. 

2106. Critical notes on the subspecies of the spotted owl, Strix occidentalis (Xantus). 

By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 251-257. July 26, 1915. 

2107. Notes on the life history and ecology of the dragonflies (Odonata) of Wash- 

ington and Oregon. By Clarence Hamilton Kennedy. Pp. 259-345, 201 figs. 
July 28, 1915. 

2108. Report on some carbonic acid tests on the weathering of marbles and lime- 

stones. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 347-349. July 26, 1915. 

2109. A collection of amphibians and reptiles from Gogebic County, Michigan. By 

Arthur T. Evans. Pp. 351-354. July 26, 1915. 

2110. A new restoration of Stegosaurus. By Charles W. Gilmorc. Pp. 355-357, 1 fig., 

1 pi. Aug. 23, 1915. 

2111. A colored drawing of the Medeba mosaic map of Palestine in the United 

States National Museum. By I. M. Casanowicz. Pp. 359-376, 1 pi. Aug. 
23, 1915. 



PROCEEDINGS 129 

Proc. 
No. 

2112. An albino salamander, Spelerpes bilineatus. By Arthur M. Banta and Ross 

Aiken Gortner. Pp. 377-379, 2 pis. Aug. 31, 1915, 

2113. A contribution to the knowledge of the extinct sirenian Desmostylus hesperus 

Marsh. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 381-397, 3 pis. Aug. 31, 1915. 
2114-. Eperetmus, a new genus of Trachomedusae. By Henry B. Bigelow. Pp. 399- 
404, 1 pi. Aug. 31, 1915. 

2115. New Neotropical muscoid flies. By Charles H. T. Townsend. Pp. 405-440. 

Nov. 27, 1915. 

2116. A review of some bivalve shells of the group Anatinacea from the west 

coast of America. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 441-456. Nov. 27, 1915. 

2117. A new crustacean, Diaplomus virginiensis, and a description of D'taptomus 

tyrelli Poppe. By C. Dwight Marsh. Pp. 457-462, 7 figs. Dec. 11, 1915. 

2118. Notes on allophanite, fuchsite, and triphylite. By Edgar T. Wherry. Pp. 463- 

467. Nov. 27, 1915. 

2119. British fossil insects. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 469-499, 6 pis. Dec. 11, 1915. 

2120. On the fore lirnb of Allosaurus fragilis. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 501-513, 

7 figs. Nov. 27, 1915. 

2121. A synopsis of the races of the crested tern, Thalasseus bergii (Lichtenstein). 

By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 515-526, 1 pi. Dec. 23, 1915. 

2122. Three new species of Anodonthes from Brazil. By William B. Marshall. 

Pp. 527-529, 3 pis. Dec. 11, 1915. 

2123. An account of the Crustacea collected by the Walker Expedition to Santa 

Marta, Colombia. By A. S. Pearse. Pp. 531-556, 9 figs., 4 pis. Dec. 23, 1915. 

2124. Notes on the species of the molluscan subgenus Nucella inhabiting the north- 

west coast of America and adjacent regions. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 
557-572, 2 pis. Dec. 11, 1915. 

2125. Notes on a collection of fishes made by Dr. Edgar A. Mearns from rivers 

tributary to the Gulf of California. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 573- 
586, 1 fig., 2 pis. Dec. 23, 1915. 
""2126. New fresh-water shells from the Ozark Mountains. By Anson A. Hinklcy. Pp. 
587-589, 1 pi. Dec. 23, 1915. 

2127. Osteology of Thescelosaurus, an orthopodous dinosaur from the Lance forma- 

tion of Wyoming. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 591-616, 20 figs., 4 pis. Dec. 
23, 1915. 

2128. Diagnoses of new genera of muscoid flies founded on old species. By Charles 

H. T. Townsend. Pp. 617-633. Jan. 14, 1916. 

2129. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 33.] The euphausiacean crustaceans of the Albatross 
expedition to the Philippines. By H. J. Hansen. Pp. 635-654, 1 pi. Jan. 
14, 1916. 

2130. The genera of the tettiginiid insects of the subfamily Rhaphidophorinae found 

in America north of Mexico. By A. N. Caudell. Pp. 655-690, 28 figs. Jan. 
7, 1916. 

Volume 50 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 50. Pp. i-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-652 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2131-2138) ; pp. 653-663 (index) ; 290 figs., 36 pis. 1916. 

2131. Nematode parasites of mammals of the orders Rodentia, Lagomorpha, and 

Hyracoidea. By Maurice C. Hall. Pp. 1-258, 290 figs., 1 pi. May 13, 1916. 

2132. A generic revision of the American moths of the subfamily Hypeninae, with 

descriptions of new genera and species. By William Schaus. Pp. 259-399. 
May 20, 1916. 

2133. Fishes collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross 

during 1888, between Montevideo, Uruguay, and Tome, Chile, on the voyage 
through the Straits of Magellan. By Will F. Thompson. Pp. 401-476, 5 pis. 
May 20, 1916. 



130 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Froc 
No. 

2134. North American collembolous insects of the subfamilies Achorutinae, Neanu- 

rinae, and Podurinae. By Justus W. Folsom. Pp. 477-525, 19 pis. May 
31, 1916. 

2135. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 34.] New species of crabs of the families Inachidae and 
Parthenopidae. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 527-559. May 31, 1916. 

2136. Revision of the parasitic hymenopterous insects of the genus Aphycus Mayr, 

with notice of some related genera. By P. H. Timberlaice. Pp. 561-640, 
6 pis. May 31, 1916. 

2137. Description of two new species of fossil turtles, from the Lance formation of 

Wyoming. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 641-646, 4 pis. May 31, 1916. 

2138. Description of three species of crabs (Osachila) from the eastern coast of North 

America. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 647-652, 1 pi. May 31, 1916. 

Volume 51 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 51. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-662 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2139-2172) ; pp. 663-676 (index) ; 25 figs., 121 pis. 1917. 

2139. Descriptions of new Lepidoptera from Mexico. By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 1-37. 

Oct. 16, 1916. 

2140. Descriptions of miscellaneous North American chalcidoid Hymenoptera of the 

family Eulophidae. By A. A. Girault. Pp. 39-52. Oct. 16, 1916. 

2141. Some Diptera (Microdon) from nests of ants. By T. D. A. Cockerell and 

Hazel Andrews. Pp. 53-56, 2 figs. Oct. 16, 1916. 

2142. On the geographical forms of the Philippine elegant titmouse, Pardaliparus 

elegans (Lesson), with descriptions of three new subspecies. By Edgar 
Alexander Mearns. Pp. 57-65. Oct. 16, 1916. 

2143. Report on Arachnida collected by Messrs. Curie, Caudell, and Dyar in British 

Columbia. By Nathan Banks. Pp. 67-72. Oct. 16, 1916. 

2144. New brachiopods of the genus Spirifer from the Silurian of Maine. By Henry 

Shaler Williams. Pp. 73-80, 1 pi. Dec. 16, 1916. 

2145. Notes on alunite, psiloraelanite, and titanite. By Edgar T. Wherry. Pp. 81-88. 

Oct. 16, 1916. 

2146. Some American fossil insects. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 89-106, 9 figs., 

1 pi. Oct. 16, 1916. 

2147. Descriptions of two extinct mammals of the order Xenarthra from the Pleisto- 

cene of Texas. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 107-123, 5 pis. Oct. 28, 1916. 

2148. New North American Hymenoptera of the family Eulophidae. By A. A. 

Girault. Pp. 125-133. Oct. 28, 1916. 

2149. Report on the Japanese macrouroid fishes collected b)' the United States Fish- 

eries steamer Albatross in 1906, with a synopsis of the genera. By Charles 
Henry Gilbert and Carl L. Hubbs. Pp. 135-214, 4 pis. Oct. 28, 1916. 

2150. New and little-known heteropterous Hemiptera in the United States National 

Museum. By E. Bergroth. Pp. 215-239. Oct. 28, 1916. 

2151. A review of the fossil plants in the United States National Museum from the 

Florissant lake beds at Florissant, Colorado, with descriptions of new species 
and list of type-specimens. By F. H. Knowlton. Pp. 241-297, 16 pis. Nov. 
24, 1916. 

2152. New genera and species of muscoid flies. By Charles H. T. Townsend. Pp. 

299-323. Oct. 28, 1916. 

2153. A recently-found iron meteorite from Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee. 

By George P. Merrill. Fp. 325-326, 1 pi. Nov. 24, 1916. 

2154. Two new fossil plants from the Triassic of Pennsylvania. By Edgar T. 

Wherry. Pp. 327-329, 2 pis. Nov. 24, 1916. 

2155. Two new land shells from the western States. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 331- 

333, 1 pi. Nov. 24, 1916. 



PROCEEDINGS 131 

Proc 
No. 

2156. A contribution to our knowledge of the white flies of the subfamily Aleyrodinae 

(Aleyrodidae). By A. L. Quaintance and A. C. Baker. Pp. 335-445, 10 figs., 
46 pis. Jan. 20, 1917. 

2157. Notes on the Whitfield County, Georgia, meteoric irons, with new analyses. 

By George P. Merrill. Pp. 447-449, 1 pi. Dec. 16, 1916. 

2158. A Lower Jurassic flora from the upper Matanuska Valley, Alaska. By F. H. 

Knowlton. Pp. 451-460, 4 pis. Dec, 16, 1916. 

2159. Studies c>f weevils (Rhynchophora) with descriptions of new genera and 

species. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. 461-473, 2 figs. Dec. 16, 1916. 

2160. A new rnollusk of the genus Pisidinm from Alaska, with field notes by G. 

Dallas Hanna. By Victor Sterki. Pp. 475-477, 2 figs. Dec 16, 1916. 

2161. New Javanese chakidoid Hymenoptera. By A. A. Girault. Pp. 479-485. Dec. 

16, 1916. 

2162. A contribution to the invertebrate fauna of the Oligocene beds of Flint River, 

Georgia. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 487-524, 6 pis. Dec. 21, 1916. 

2163. A newly found meteoric stone from Lake Okechobee, Florida. By George V. 

Merrill. Pp. 525-526. Dec. 21, 1916. 

2164. A revision of the rotatorian genera Lepadella and Lophocharis with descrip- 

tions of five new species. By Harry K. Harring. Pp. 527-568, 9 pis. Dec. 
21, 1916. 

2165. A new genus and three new species of parasitic isopod crustaceans. By W. P. 

Hay. Pp. 569-574, 3 pis. Jan. 15, 1917. 

2166. Summary of the mollusks of the family Alectrionidae of the west coast of 

America. By William Healey Dall. Pp. 575-579. Jan. 15, 1917. 

2167. Descriptions of seven new species of red spiders. By E. A. McGregor. Pp. 

581-590, 7 pis. Jan. 15, 1917. 

2168. Paraphernalia of a Korean sorceress in United States National Museum. By 

I. M. Casanowicz. Pp. 591-597, 5 pis. Dec. 21, 1916. 

2169. Mollusks from the type locality of the Choctawhatchee marl. By Wendell C. 

Mansfield. Pp. 599-607, 1 pi. Dec. 21, 1916. 

2170. The Californian land shells of the Epiphragmophora traskii group. By Paul 

Bartsch. Pp. 609-619, 4 pis. Dec. 21, 1916. 

2171. A generic synopsis of the coccinellid larvae in the United States National 

Museum, with a description of the larva of Hyperaspis binotata Say. By 
Adam B5ving. Pp. 621-650, 4 pis. Jan. 15, 1917. 

2172. [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer Albatross, 

1907-1910. — No. 35.] New species and varieties of Forminifera from the 
Philippines and adjacent waters. By Joseph A. Cushman. Pp. 651-662. 
Jan. 15, 1917. 

Volume 52 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 52. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-693 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2173-2193) ; pp. 683-693 (index) ; 652 figs., 47 pis. 1917. 

2173. A revision of the bembicine wasps of America north of Mexico. By John 

Bernard Parker. Pp. 1-155, 230 figs. Feb. 10, 1917. 

2174. North American earthworms of the family Lumbricidae in the collection* 

of the United States National Museum. By Frank Smith. Pp. 157-182. Feb. 
8, 1917. 

2175. The birds of Bawean Island, Java Sea. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 183- 

198. Feb. 8, 1917. 

2176. Field notes on Virginia Orthoptera. By Henry Fox. Pp. 199-234. Mar. 16, 

1917. 

2177. Fossil fishes in the collection of the United States National Museum. By 

Charles R. Eastman. Pp. 235-304, 9 figs., 23 pis. Feb. 24, 1917. 

2178. Monograph of the Nearctic Hymenoptera of the genus Bracon Fabriciun. By 

Harold Morrison. V\\ 305-343, 4 pis. Mar. 7, 1917. 



132 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc 
No. 

2179. The variation exhibited by Thamnoph'xs ordinoides (Baird and Girard), a gar- 

ter snake inhabiting the San Francisco Peninsula. By Joseph C. Thompson. 
Pp. 345-366. Mar. 7, 1917. 

2180. Trophodiscus, a new sea star from Kamchatka. By Waher K. Fisher. Pp. 

367-371, 3 pis. Mar. 7, 1917. 

2181. New Tertiary insects. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 373-384, 1 pi. Feb. 23, 1917. 

2182. New species of South Dakota Cretaceous crabs. By Mary J. Rathbun. Pp. 

385-391, 2 pis. Feb, 23, 1917. 

2183. Diagnoses of new species of marine bivalve mollusks from the northwest 

coast of America in the collection of the United States National Museum. 
By William Healey Dall. Pp. 393-417. Dec. 27, 1916. 

2184. A new find of meteoric stones near Plainview, Hale County, Texas. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 419-422, 2 pis. Mar. 7, 1917. 

2185. Description of a new goby, Garmannta spongicola, from North Carolina. By 

Lewis Radcliffe. Pp. 423-425, 1 fig. Feb. 8, 1917. 

2186. A new species of polychaetous annelid from Panama, with notes on an 

Hawaiian form. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Pp. 427-430, 5 figs. Feb. 8, 1917. 

2187. Notice of a new Paleocene mammal, a possible relative of the titanotheres. By 

James Williams Gidley. Pp. 431-435, 1 fig., 1 pi. Feb. 23, 1917. 

2188. Mammals collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on the chain of islands lying oflF the 

western coast of Sumatra, with descriptions of twenty-eight new species 
and subspecies. By Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr. Pp. 437-462. Dec. 30, 1916. 

2189. New species of fossil beetles from Florissant, Colorado. By H. F. Wickham. 

Pp. 463-472, 3 pis. Feb. 23, 1917. 

2190. Rotatoria of Los Angeles, California, and vicinity, with descriptions of a new 

species. By Frank J. Myers. Pp. 473-478, 2 pis. Feb. 23, 1917. 

2191. On certain secondary sexual characters in the male ruddy duck, Erismatura 

jamaicensis (Gmelin). By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 479-482, 1 fig. Feb. 
8, 1917. 

2192. Notes on the life history and ecology of the dragonflies (Odonata) of central 

California and Nevada. By Clarence Hamilton Kennedy. Pp. 483-635, 404 
figs. May 12, 1917. 

2193. Descriptions of new west American marine mollusks and notes on previously 

described forms. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 637-681, 6 pis. May 29, 1917. 

Volume 53 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 53. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; Pp. 1-659 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2194-2222) ; pp. 661-669 (index) ; 154 figs., 79 pis. 1917. 

2194. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the Lernaeidae with a revision 

of the entire family. By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 1-150, 4 figs., 21 pis. 
June 13, 1917. 

2195. Descriptions of thirty-one new species of Hyraenoptera. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 

151-176, 1 fig. June S, 1917. 

2196. Some effects of environment and habit on captive lions. By N. Hollister. Pp. 

177-193, 2 figs., 4 pis. June 1, 1917. 

2197. Descriptions of some new parasitic Hymenoptera. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 195- 

217. May 26, 1917. 

2198. Description of a new species of mastodon, Gomphotherium elegans, from the 

Pleistocene of Kansas. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 219-221, 1 pi. June 1, 1917. 

2199. Gomphus parvidens, a new species of dragonfly from Maryland. By Bertha P. 

Currie. Pp. 223-226, 2 pis. June 1, 1917. 

2200. A remarkable occurrence of calclte in silicified wood. By Edgar T. Wherry. 

Pp. 227-230, 3 pis. June 1, 1917. 

2201. An asymmetrical bird-louse found on ihree different species of troupials. By 

John Howard Paine. Pp. 231-232, 1 pi. June 1, 1917. 



PROCEEDINGS 133 

Proc. 
No. 

2202. A report on a collection of Hymenoptera (mostly from California) made bj 

W. M. Giffard. By S. A. Rohvver. Pp. 233-249. May 28, 1917. 

2203. A new species of bear-animalcule from the coast of North Carolina. By W. P. 

Hay. Pp. 251-254, 1 pi. June 1, 1917. 

2204. A new American parasite of the Hessian fly (Mayetiola destructor Say). By 

P. R. Myers. Pp. 255-257. May 28, 1917. 

2205. Cuban amphibians and reptiles collected for the United States National 

Museum from 1899 to 1902. By Leonhard Stejneger. Pp. 259-291, 128 
figs. May 31, 1917. 

2206. An American species of the hymenopterous genus Weimaelia of Foerster. By 

P. R. Myers. Pp. 293-294. May 24, 1917. 

2207. A monograph of West American melanellid mollusks. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 

295-356, 16 pis. Aug. 13, 1917. 

2208. The type-species of the genera of the Cynipoidea, or the gall wasps and 

parasitic cynipoids. By S. A. Rohwer and Margaret M. Fagan. Pp. 357- 
380. June 6, 1917. 

2209. New and little-known species of South American fresh-water mussels of the 

genus Diplodon. By William B. Marshall. Pp. 381-388, 6 pis. Aug. 15, 1917. 

2210. Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. By T. D. A. Cockcrcll. Pp. 

389-392. June 2, 1917. 

2211. The salamanders of the genera Desmognathus and Leurognathus. By Emractt 

R. Dunn. Pp. 393-433, 15 figs. June 4, 1917. 

2212. Description of a new species of extinct horse, Equus latnhel, from the Pleisto- 

cene of Yukon Territory. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 435-443, 3 pis. June 5, 1917. 

2213. Notes and descriptions of miscellaneous chalcid-flies (Hymenoptera). By 

A. A. Girault. Pp. 445-450. Aug. 10, 1917. 

2214. Description of a new species of crab from the California Pliocene. By Mary 

J. Rathbun. Pp. 451-452, 1 pi. Aug. 15, 1917. 

2215. Fossil remains of what appears to be a passerine bird from the Florissant 

shales of Colorado. By R. W. Shufeldt. Pp. 453-455, 2 pis. Aug. 15, 1917. 

2216. Eight new species of reared ichneumon-flies with notes on some other species. 

By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 457-469. Aug. 9, 1917. 

2217. Notes on the shells of the genus Epitonium and its allies of the Pacific coast 

of America. By William Healey Dal!. Pp. 471-488. Aug. 10, 1917. 

2218. Fossil Echini of the Panama Canal Zone and Costa Rica. By Robert Tracy 

Jackson. Pp. 489-501, 4 figs., 7 pis. Sept. 24, 1917. 

2219. A revision of hymenopterous insects of the tribe Cremastini of American north 

of Mexico. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 503-551. Aug. 22, 1917. 

2220. The color of amethyst, rose, and blue varieties of quartz. By Thomas L. 

Watson and R. E. Beard. Pp. 553-563. Aug. 11, 1917. 

2221. Generic names applied to birds during the years 1906 to 1915, inclusive, with 

additions and corrections to Waterhouse's "Index Generum Avium." By 
Charles W. Richmond. Pp. 565-636. Aug. 16, 1917. 

2222. North American collembolous insects of the subfamily Onychiurinae. By Justu» 

W. Folsom. Pp. 637-659, 12 pis. Aug. 22, 1917. 

Volume 54 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 54. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-640 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2223-2257) pp. 641-653 (index) ; 95 figs., 96 pis. 1919. 

2223. Chitons taken by the United States Fisheries steamer Albatross in the north- 

west Pacific in 1906. By S. Stillman Berry. Pp. 1-18, 1 fig., 10 pis. Dec. 5, 1917. 

2224. Notes on Hawaiian lizards. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 19-25. Oct. 7, 1917. 

2225. Nuculites from the Silurian formations of Washington County, Maine. By 

Henry Shaler Williams. Pp. 27-58, 1 fig., 2 pis. Oct. 20, 1917. 

2226. Altitudinal distribution of Entomostraca in Colorado. By Gideon S. Dodds. 

Pp. 59-87, 9 figs., 2 pis. Oct. 27, 1917. 



134 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NAITONAL MUSEUM 

Proc. 
No. 

2227. New flies of the genus Sarcop/iaga from Guam and the Philippines. By R. R. 

Parker. Pp. 89-97, 5 figs. Oct. 17, 1917. 

2228. On two species of fishes from the Yalu River, China. By Isaac Ginsburg. Pp. 

99-101. Oct. 18, 1917. 

2229. Fossil plants from Bolivia and their bearing upon the age of uplift of the 

eastern Andes. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 103-164, 2 figs., 4 pis. Oct. 27, 
1917. 

2230. A review of the subspecies of the Leach petrel, Oceanodroma leucorhoa (Vicil- 

lot). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 165-172. Oct. 19, 1917. 

2231. Description of Hymenocephalus tenuis, a new macruroid fish from the 

Hawaiian Islands. By Charles H. Gilbert and Carl L. Hubbs. Pp. 173-175. 
Dec. 14, 1917. 

2232. Birds collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on various islands in the Java Sea. By 

Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 177-200, Nov. 2, 1917. 

2233. An account of some fishes from Owens River, California. By John Otterbein 

Snyder. Pp. 201-205. Dec. 13, 1917. 

2234. Notes on Chrysodomus and other moUusks from the north Pacific Ocean. By 

William Healey Dall. Pp. 207-234. Apr. 5, 1918. 

2235. The Hopi Indian collection in the United States National Museum. By Walter 

Hough. Pp. 235-296, 48 figs., 35 pis. Apr. 6, 1918. 

2236. The fishes of Mohave River, California. By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 297- 

299, 1 fig. Mar. 5, 1918. 

2237. New species of North American fossil beetles, cockroaches, and tsetse flies. 

By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 301-311, 5 figs., 2 pis. July 5, 1918. 

2238. Notes on the nomenclature of the moUusks of the family Turritidae. By Wil- 

liam Healey Dall. Pp. 313-333. Apr. 5, 1918. 

2239. Descriptions of new Lepidoptera from Mexico. By Harrison G. Dyar. Pp. 

335-372. Apr. 5, 1918. 

2240. Notes on mimetite, thaumasite, and wavellite. By Edgar T. Wherry. Pp. 

373-381, 1 pi. Dec. 23, 1918. 

2241. A newly mounted skeleton of the armored dinosaur, Stegosaurus stenops, in 

the United States National Museum. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 383- 
390, 7 pis. Dec. 26, 1918. 

2242. The comparative morphology of the order Strepsiptera together with records 

and descriptions of insects. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp. 391-501, 5 figs., 1 
map, 15 pis. Sept. 12, 1918. 

2243. Further notes on the Plainview, Texas, meteorite. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 

503-505, 2 pis. Oct. 7, 1918. 

2244. Mammals and reptiles collected by Theodoor de Booy in the Virgin Islands. 

By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Pp. 507-511, 1 pi. Oct. 15, 1918. 

2245. Bones of birds collected by Theodoor de Booy from kitchen midden deposits in 

the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix. By Alexander Wetraore. Pp. 513- 
522, 1 pi. Nov. 21, 1918. 

2246. Two new land shells of the Epiphragmophora traskii group. By Paul Bartsch. 

Pp. 523-524, 1 pi. Dec. 23, 1918. 

2247. Report on the calcareous sponges collected during 1906 by the United States 

Fisheries steamer Albatross in the northwestern Pacific. By Sanji Hozawa. 
Pp. 525-556, 11 figs., 2 pis. Oct. 16, 1918. 

2248. On the Fayette County, Texas, meteorite finds of 1878 and 1900 and the prob- 

ability of their representing two distinct falls. By George P. Merrill. Pp. 
557-561, 1 fig., 1 map, 2 pis. Nov. 25, 1918. 

2249. Descriptions and notes on some ichneumon-flies from Java. By S. A. Rohwer. 

Pp. 563-570. Nov. 25, 1918. 

2250. New marine shells from Panama. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 571-575, 1 pi. Dec. 

23, 1918. 

2251. On the anatomy of Nyctibius with notes on allied birds. By Alexander Wet- 

more. Pp. 577-586, 7 figs. Oct. IS. 1918. 



PROCEEDINGS 135 

Proc 
No. 

2252. Four new African parasitic Hymenoptera belonging to the subfamily Micro- 

gasterinae. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 587-590. Nov. 15, 1918. 

2253. Descriptions of ten new isopods. By Pearl L. Boone. Pp. 591-604, 4 pis. Oct. 

16, 1918. 

2254. A new West Indian fossil land shell. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 605-606, 1 pi. 

Dec. 26, 1918. 

2255. Annotated catalogue of a collection of birds made by Mr. Copley Amory, Jr., 

in northeastern Siberia. By J. H. Riley. Pp. 607-626. Oct. 28, 1918. 

2256. Fossil plants from the late Tertiary of Oklahoma. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 

627-636, 2 pis. Nov. 19, 1918. 

2257. A new genus and species of multibrachiate ophiuran of the family Gorgono- 

cephalidae from the Caribbean Sea. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 637-640, 1 pi. 
Nov. 1, 1918. 

Volume 55 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 55. Pp. i-vi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-649 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2258-2287) ; pp. 651-660 (index) ; 183 figs., 97 pis. 1920. 

2258. The adult taenioid cestodes of dogs and cats, and of related carnivores in 

North America. By Maurice C. Hall. Pp. 1-94, 80 figs. Apr. 11, 1919. 

2259. A heretofore undescribed meteoric stone from Kansas City, Missouri. By 

, George P. Merrill. Pp. 95-96, 2 pis, Apr. 12, 1919. 

2260. A new restoration of Triceratops, with notes on the osteology of the genus. 

By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 97-112, 6 figs., 7 pis. Apr. 9, 1919. 

2261. New reared parasitic Hymenoptera with some notes on synonymy. By A. B. 

Gahan. Pp. 113-128, 2 figs. Apr. 26, 1919. 

2262. The birds of the Tambelan Islands, South China Sea. By Harry C. Ober- 

holser. Pp. 129-143. Apr. 26, 1919. 

2263. Descriptions of new African earthworms, including a new genus of Moniligas- 

tridae. By Frank Smith and Bessie R. Green. Pp. 145-166, 18 figs. May 
19, 1919. 

2264. Bees in the collection of the United States National Museum. — 3. By T. D. A. 

Cockerell. Pp. 167-221. May 7, 1919. 

2265. Notes on the wrens of the genus Nannus Billberg. By Harry C. Oberholser. 

Pp. 223-236. Apr. 28, 1919. 

2266. Additions and corrections to "The Type-species of the Genera of the Cynipoi- 

dea or the Gall Wasps and Parasitic Cynipoids." By S. A. Rohwer and Mar- 
garet M. Fagan. Pp. 237-240. Apr. 26, 1919. 

2267. The branchiobdellid worms in the collections of the United States National 

Museum, with descriptions of new genera and new species. By Max M. 
Ellis. Pp. 241-265, 19 figs., 4 pis. May 2, 1919. 

2268. Notes on birds collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on Pulo Taya, Berhala Strait, 

southeastern Sumatra. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 267-274. Apr. 28, 1919. 

2269. Hemiptera collected by the Yale-Dominican Expedition of 1913. By Edmund 

H. Gibson. Pp. 275-277. Apr. 26, 1919. 

2270. Miocene fossil plants from northern Peru. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 279- 

294, 4 pis. Apr. 28, 1919. 

2271. Five new species of ptinid beetles. By W. S. Fisher. Pp. 295-299. Apr. 26, 

1919. 

2272. New land shells from the Philippine Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 301-307, 

3 pis. Apr. 28, 1919. 

2273. On certain genera of atherine fishes. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 309-311, 

2 figs. Apr. 26, 1919. 

2274. A new species of parasitic copepod, with notes on species already described. 

By Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 313-316, 1 pi. May 2, 1919. 

2275. Distribution and use of shngs in pre-Columbian America, with descriptive 

catalogue of ancient Peruvian slings in the United States National Museum. 
By Philip Ainsworth Means. Pp. 317-349, 3 figs., 6 pis. May 7, 1919. 



136 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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No. _ 

2276. A revision of the subspecies of the white-collared kingfisher, Sauropaiis chloris 

(Boddaert). By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 351-395. May 2, 1919. 

2277. On a rare species of half-beak, Hemiramp/ius balao, from Cuba. By David 

Starr Jordan. Pp. 397-398, 1 fig. May 2, 1919. 

2278. The races of the Nicobar megapode, Megapodius nicobariensis Blyth. By 

Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 399-402. May 7, 1919. 

2279. Notes on some genera and species of chalcid-flies belonging to the Aphelininae 

with description of a new species. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 403-407, 5 figs. 
May 22, 1919. 

2280. Exploration of a pit house village at Luna, New Mexico. By Walter Hough. 

Pp. 409-431, 44 figs., 11 pis. June 14, 1919. 

2281. A revision of the chalcid-flies of the genus Harmolita of America north of 

Mexico. By W. J. Phillips and W. T. Emery. Pp. 433-471, 10 pis. Aug. 
6, 1919. 

2282. Notes on Dr. W. L. Abbott's second collection of birds from Simalur Island, 

western Sumatra. By Harry C. Oberholser. Pp. 473-498, 1 fig. June 5, 1919. 

2283. Descriptions of new species of chitons from the Pacific coast of America. By 

William Healey Dall. Pp. 499-516. June 7, 1919. 

2284. Descriptions of new North American ichneumon-flies. By R. A. Cushraan. Pp. 

517-543, 1 fig. June 7, 1919. 

2285. Report on a collection of Copepoda made in Honduras by F. J. Dyer. By C. 

Dwight Marsh. Pp. 545-548, 1 pi. June 5, 1919. 

2286. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the new family Sphyriidae. By 

Charles Branch Wilson. Pp. 549-604, 10 pis. June 18, 1919. 

2287. Descriptive catalogue of the collection of ecclesiastical art in the United States 

National Museum. By I. M. Casanowicz. Pp. 605-649, 38 pis. June 18, 
1919. 

Volume 56 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 56. Pp. i-xi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-679 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2288-2303) ; pp. 681-692 (index) ; 43 figs., 81 pis. 1920. 

2288. Descriptions of new species of mollusks of the family Turritidae from the 

west coast of America and adjacent regions. By William Healey Dall. 
Pp. 1-86, 24 pis. Aug. 8. 1919. 

2289. A review of the leafhoppers of the genus Gypona north of Mexico. By Ed- 

mund H. Gibson. Pp. 87-100, Aug. 6, 1919. 

2290. A new foraminifer commensal on Cyclammina. By Joseph A. Cushman. 

Pp. 101-102, 1 pi. July 31, 1919. 

2291. Descriptions of some mammalian and fish remains from Florida of prob- 

ably Pleistocene age. By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 103-112, 3 pis. July 31, 1919. 

2292. New fossil turtles, with notes on two described species. By Charles W. Gil- 

more. Pp. 113-132, 8 figs., 9 pis. July 30, 1919. 

2293. Revision of the parasitic chalcidoid flies of the genera Homalotylus Mayr 

and Isodromus Howard, with descriptions of two closely related genera. 
By P. H. Timberlake. Pp. 133-194, 4 pis. Aug. 29, 1919. 

2294. The fishes of the United States Eclipse Expedition to West Africa. By 

Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 195-292, 13 figs. Aug. 8, 1919. 

2295. Descriptions of new species of Mollusca from the North Pacific Ocean in 

the collection of the United States National Museum. By William Healey 
Dall. Pp. 293-371. Aug. 30, 1919. 

2296. Notes on certain genera of ichneumon-flies with descriptions of a new genus 

and four new species. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 373-382, 2 figs. Aug. 
27, 1919. 

2297. A study of the brachiopod genus Platystrophia. By Eula Davis McEwan. Pp. 

383-448, 11 pis. Sept. 2, 1919. 

2298. Habits and economic relations of the guano birds of Peru. By Robert E. 

Coker. Pp. 449-511, 1 fig., 17 pis. Sept. 11, 1919. 



PROCEEDINGS 137 

Proc 
No. 

2299. Report on a small collection of Indian parasitic Hymenoptera. By A, B. 

Gahan, Pp. 513-524. Oct. 20, 1919. 

2300. A mounted skeleton of Dimetrodon gigas in the United States National 

Museum, with notes on the skeletal anatomy. By Charles W. Gilmore. 
Pp. 525-539, 8 figs., 4 pis. Dec. 15, 1919. 

2301. New genera and species of muscoid flies. By Charles H. T. Townscnd. 

Pp. 541-592. Dec. 15, 1919. 

2302. Recent Foraminifera from off New Zealand. By Joseph C. Cushraan. Pp. 

593-640, 2 pis. Dec. 16, 1919. 

2303. The red spiders of America and a few European species likely to be intro- 

duced. By E. A. McGregor, Pp. 641-679, 11 figs., 6 pis. Jan. 8, 1920. 

Volume 57 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 57. Pp. i-x (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-678 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2304-2324) ; pp. 679-689 (index) ; 99 figs., 55 pis. 1921. 

2304. On some hitherto unrecognized reptilian characters in the skull of the In- 

sectivora and other mammals. By Jacob L. Wortman. Pp. 1-52, 16 figs. 
Apr. 5, 1920. 

2305. On some forest Lepidoptera with descriptions of new species, larvae, and 

pupae. By Carl Keinrich. Pp. 53-96, 13 pis. June 17, 1920. 

2306. The Cumberland Falls, Whitley County, Kentucky, meteorite. By George 

P. Merrill. Pp. 97-105, 1 fig., 5 pis. June 15, 1920. 

2307. New species of Lepidoptera in the United States National Museum. By 

William Schaus. Ppp. 107-152. June 15, 1920. 

2308. Observation on living specimens of Iridic diaphana, a species of Foramini- 

fera. By Joseph Augustine Cushman. Pp. 153-158, 3 pis. June 16, 1920. 

2309. Three new species of Indian drynnid parasites of rice leaf-hoppers. By 

S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 159-161, 1 pi. June 16, 1920. 

2310. Report on cephalopods collected during 1906 by the United States Bureau 

of Fisheries steamer Albatross in the northwestern Pacific. By Madoka 
Sasaki. Pp. 163-203, 4 pis. Sept. 3, 1920. 

2311. American records of whales of the genus Pseudorca. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. 

Pp. 205-207, 5 pis. June 15, 1920. 

2312. Descriptions of twenty-five new species of North American Hymenoptera. 

By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 209-231. June 16, 1920. 

2313. Eocene insects from the Rocky Mountains. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 

233-260, 11 figs., 5 pis. June 15, 1920. 

2314. Annotated list of the Recent Brachiopoda in the collection of the United 

States National Museum, with descriptions of thirty-three new forms. 
By William Healey Dall. Pp. 261-377. June 24, 1920. 

2315. Holarctic tribes of the ichneumon-flies of the subfamily Ichneumoninac 

(Pimplinae). By R. A. Cushman and S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 379-396, 14 figs. 
June 18, 1920. 

2316. Diabantite, stilpnomelane, and chalcodite of the trap quarries of Wcstfield, 

Massachusetts. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 397-403. June 15, 1920. 

2317. The North American ichneumon-flies of the tribes Labenini, Rhyssini, 

Xoridini, Odontomerini, and Phytodietini. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 405-474, 
13 figs. June 19, 1920. 

2318. Petrography of some lamprophyric dike rocks of the Coeur d'Alene mining 

district, Idaho. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 475-495, 4 figs., 3 pis. Sept. 
2, 1920. 

2319. A new Chinese isopod, Ichthyoxenus geei. By Pearl L. Boone. Pp. 497-502, 2 

pis. July 27, 1920. 

2320. The North American ichneumon-flies of the tribe Acoenitini. By R. A. 

Cushman and S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 503-523, 3 figs. June 21, 1920. 

2321. A new fresh-water mollusk from Indiana. By Bryant Walker. P. 525, 1 fig. 

Sept. 9, 1920. 



138 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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No. 

2322. Synopsis of the trematode family Heterophyidae with descriptions of a new 

genus and five new species. By Brayton Howard Ransom. Pp. 527-573, 
33 figs. June 16, 1920. 

2323. Larvae of North American beetles of the family Cleridae. By Adam G. 

Boving and A. B. Champlain. Pp. 575-649, 12 pis. Aug. 31, 1920. 

2324. Pleistocene peccaries from the Cumberland Cave deposit. By James Williams 

Gidley. Pp. 651-678, 13 figs., 2 pis. June 18, 1920. 

Volume 58 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 58. Pp. i-viii, title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-680 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2325-2353); pp. 681-692 (index); 32 figs., 35 pis. 1921. 

2325. Notes on a collection of shells from Trinidad, California. By Eric Knight 

Jordan. Pp. 1-5, 1 pi. Sept. 8, 1920. 

2326. The North American ichneumon-flies of the tribes Lycorini, Polysphinctini, 

and Theroniini. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 7-48, 5 figs., 1 pi. Sept. 3, 1920. 

2327. A classification of the American operculate land moilusks of the family 

Annulariidae. By John B. Henderson and Paul Bartsch. Pp. 49-82. 
July 8, 1920. 

2328. Descriptions of some Pleistocene vertebrates found in the United States. 

By Oliver P. Hay. Pp. 83-146, 4 figs., 9 pis. Oct. 12, 1920. 

2329. The chemical composition of hydrotalcite and the hydrotalcite group of 

minerals. By William F. Foshag. Pp. 147-153. Sept. 9, 1920. 

2330. The dipterous genus Zygothrica of Wiedemann. By A. H. Sturtevant. Pp. 

155-158, 1 fig. Sept. 9, 1920. 

2331. The west American moilusks of the families Rissoellidae and Synceratidae, 

and the rissoid genus Barleeia. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 159-176, 2 pis. Nov. 
9, 1920. 

2332. New serphidoid, cynipoid, and chalcidoid Hymenoptera. By A. A. Girault. 

Pp. 177-216. Sept. 9, 1920. 

2333. Report on the Mammalia collected by Mr. Edmund Heller during the 

Peruvian Expedition of 1915 under the auspices of Yale University and 
the National Geographic Society. By Oldfield Thomas. Pp. 217-249, 
2 pis. Nov. 10, 1920. 

2334. North American ichneumon-flies, new and described, with taxonomic and 

nomenclatorial notes. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 251-292, 1 fig. Nov. 8, 1920. 

2335. Preliminary diagnoses of new cephalopods from the western Atlantic. By 

S. Stiliman Berry. Pp. 293-300, 1 pi. Nov. 10, 1920. 

2336. New fresh-water shells from Guatemala. By William B. Marshall. Pp. 

301-302, 1 pi. Nov. 13, 1920. 

2337. Some recent accessions to the mineral collections of the United States Na- 

tional Museum. By William F. Foshag. Pp. 303-305, 3 pis. Nov. 13, 1920. 

2338. A small collection of fishes from Soochow, China, with descriptions of two 

new species. By Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 307-321, 2 figs. Nov. 3, 1920. 

2339. Recent accessions in the Division of Applied Geology. By Earl V. Shannon. 

Pp. 323-326. Nov. 10, 1920. 

2340. The North American ichneumon-flies of the tribe Ephialtini. By R. A. 

Cushman. Pp. 327-362, 1 fig., 1 pi. Nov. 10, 1920. 

2341. Notes on the meteorite of Estherville, Iowa, with especial reference to its 

included "peckhamite" and probable metamorphic nature. By George P. 
Merrill. Pp. 363-370, 3 pis. Nov. 11, 1920. 

2342. Analyses and optical properties of amesitc and corundophilite from Chester, 

Massachusetts, and of chromium-bearing chlorites from California and 
Wyoming. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 371-379. Nov. 10, 1920. 

2343. Additions to West Indian Tertiary decapod crustaceans. By Mary J. Rath- 

bun. Pp. 381-384, 1 pi. Nov. 11, 1920. 

2344. Diptera of the superfamily Tipuloidea found in the District of Columbia, 

By C. P. Alexander and W. L. McAtee. Pp. 385-435, 1 pi. Dec. 7, 1920. 



PROCEEDINGS 139 

Proc 
No. 

2345. Notes on anglesite, anthophyllite, calcite, datolite, sillimanite, stilpnomelane, 

tetrahedrite and triplite. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 437-453, 13 figs. 
Dec. 18, 1920. 

2346. Two new genera and species of acanthocephalous worms from Venezuelan 

fishes. By H. J. Van Cleave. Pp. 455-466, 2 pis. Dec. 21, 1920. 

2347. A new polychaetous annelid of the genus Nereis from Brazil. By Aaron L. 

Treadwell. Pp. 467-468, 4 figs. Nov. 8, 1920. 

2348. Some minerals from the old tungsten mine at Long Hill in Trumbull, Con- 

necticut. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 469-482, 1 fig. Nov. 9, 1920. 

2349. A revision of the North American species of ichneumon-flies belonging to 

the genus Apanteles. By C. F. W. Muesebeck. Pp. 483-576. Jan. 4, 1921. 

2350. Observations on the nematode genus Nematodirus, with descriptions of new 

species. By Henry G. May. Pp. 577-588, 7 pis. Nov. 30, 1920. 

2351. Boulangerite, bismutoplagionite, naumannite and a silver-bearing variety of 

jamesonite. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 589-607. Nov. 3, 1920. 

2352. Amphibians and reptiles from southern Peru collected by the Peruvian Ex- 

pedition of 1914-1915 under the auspices of Yale University and the 
National Geographic Society. By Thomas Barbour and G. K. Noble. 
Pp. 609-620. Jan. 6, 1921. 

2353. Genotypes of the elaterid bettles of the world. By J. A. Hyslop. Pp. 621-680. 

Apr. 9. 1921. 

Volume 59 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 59. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-676 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2354-2395) ; pp. 677-685 (index) ; 97 figs., 125 pis. 1922. 

2354. New species and a new genus of parasitic copepods. By Charles Branch 

Wilson. Pp. 1-17, 7 pis. June 10, 1921. 

2355. Some fossil fish scales from Pern. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Pp. 19-20, 7 figs. 

June 10, 1921. 

2356. A palm nut from the Miocene of tlie Canal Zone. By Edward W. Berry. 

Pp. 21-22, 3 figs. June 10, 1921. 

2357. Notes on some western fluvial fishes described by Charles Girard in 1856. 

By John Otterbein Snyder. Pp. 23-28. June 16, 1921. 

2358. Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming. By T. D. A. Cockerell. 

Pp. 29-39, 9 figs., 1 pi. June 27, 1921. 

2359. The fossil annelid genus Hamulus Morton, an operculate Serpula. By Bruce 

Wade. Pp. 41-46, 2 pis. June 10, 1921. 

2360. Foraminifera from the north coast of Jamaica. By Joseph A. Cushman. 

Pp. 47-82, 16 figs., 9 pis. June 10, 1921. 

2361. Notes on sawflies, with descriptions of new genera and species. By S. A. 

Rohwer. Pp. 83-109. June 28, 1921. 

2362. Barnacles of the San Juan Islands, Washington. By Henry A. Pilsbry. 

Pp. 111-115, 2 figs., 1 pi. June 27, 1921. 

2363. Tertiary fossil plants from the Dominican Republic. By Edward W. Berry. 

Pp. 117-127, 1 pi. June 28, 1921. 

2364. First supplement to "Type Species of the Genera of Ichneumon-flies." By 

Henry L. Viereck. Pp. 129-150. June 11, 1921. 

2365. New species of North American clerid beetles of the genus Aulicus. By 

Charles Schaeffer. Pp. 151-159. June 28, 1921. 

2366. Notes and descriptions of Neotropical sawflies of the subfamily Perreyiinae. 

By S. A. Rohwer, Pp. 161-167. June 20, 1921. 

2367. Tertiary fossil plants from Costa Rica. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 169-185, 

6 pis. June 14, 1921. 

2368. American gallflies of the family Cynipidae producing subterranean galls on 

oak. By Lewis H. Weld. Pp. 187-246, 10 pis. June 27, 1921. 
^ 2369. New mollusks from Camaguey and Santa Clara Provinces, Cuba. By Carlos 
de la Torre and John B. Henderson. Pp. 247-267, 5 pis. July 12, 1921. 



140 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc. 
No. 

2370. North American predaceous beetles of the tribe Tillini in the United States 

National Museum. By A. B. Wolcott. Pp. 269-290, 1 pi. June 24, 1921. 

2371. Descriptive catalogue of the collection of Buddhist art in the United States 

National Museum. By I. M. Casanowlcz. Pp. 291-347, 49 pis. June 18, 1921. 

2372. New species of Lepidoptera in the United States National Museum. By 

William Schaus. Pp. 349-396. Aug. 13, 1921. 

2373. Description of ferroanthophyllite, an orthorhomblc iron amphibole from 

Idaho, with a note on the nomenclature of the anthophyllite group. By 
Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 397-401. Aug. 3, 1921. 

2374. Some notes on wasps of the subfamily Nyssoninae, with descriptions of new 

species. By S. A. Rohwer. Pp. 403-413, Aug. 11, 1921. 

2375. Description of vivianite encrusting a fossil tusk from gold placers of Clear- 

water County, Idaho. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 415-417, 1 fig., 1 pi. 
Aug. 6, 1921. 

2376. The crystallography and chemical composition of crecdite. By William F. 

Foshag. Pp. 419-424, 3 figs. Aug. 4, 1921. 

2377. The North American semiparasitic copepods of the genus Clausidium. By 

Charles Branch Wilson, Pp. 425-431, 2 pis. Aug. 11, 1921. 

2378. Notes on certain genera of parasitic Cynipidae proposed by Ashmead with 

descriptions of genotypes. By Lewis H. Weld. Pp. 433-451, 9 figs. 
Aug. 18, 1921, 

2379. A new Cretaceous rudistid from the San Felipe formation of Mexico. By 

Timothy W. Stanton. Pp. 453-454, 2 pis. Sept. 14, 1921. 

2380. Some Eocene insects of the family Fulgoridae. By T. D. A. Cockerell and 

Grace Sandhouse. Pp. 455-457, 1 pi. Sept. 15, 1921. 

2381. Crustacea from Lake Valencia, Venezuela, By A. S. Pearse, Pp, 459-462, 

2 figs. Aug. 11, 1921, 

2382. Sexual differences in coloration in the spotted turtle, Clemmys guttata. By 

S. F. Blake. Pp, 463-469, 1 pi. Sept, 13, 1921, 

2383. The Troup, Texas, meteorite. By J, A. Udden. Pp. 471-476, 2 figs., 3 pis. 

Sept, 15, 1921. 

2384. On the mineral composition and structure of the Troup meteorite. By 

George P. Merrill. Pp, 477-478, Sept. 15, 1921. 

2385. A crystallographic study of the datoHte from Westfield, Massachusetts. By 

Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 479-539, 24 figs., 4 pis. Oct. 10, 1921, 

2386. Two new genera of nematodes, with a note on a neglected nematode struc- 

ture. By Maurice C, Hall, Pp, 541-546, 2 figs. Oct. 5, 1921. 

2387. Three new myrmecophilous beetles. By William M. Mann. Pp. 547-552, 

6 figs. Oct. 5, 1921. 

2388. Tertiary fossil plants from Venezuela. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 553-579, 

4 figs., 3 pli, Oct. 14, 1921. 

2389. The fauna of the Arundel formation of Maryland, By Charles W. Gilraorc. 

Pp. 581-594, 5 pis, Oct, 7, 1921. 

2390. Some interesting dragon-fly naiads from Texas, By Clarence Hamilton 

Kennedy. Pp. 595-598, 1 pi. Oct, 10, 1921, 

2391. Descriptions of species of Pleistocene Vertebrata, types or specimens of most 

of which are preserved in the United States National Musum. By Oliver 
P. Hay. Pp. 599-642, 9 pis. Oct. 13, 1921. 

2392. Description of deep-sea fishes from the coast of Hawaii, killed by a lava 

flow from Mauna Loa. By David Starr Jordan. Pp. 643-656, 8 figs. 
Oct. 14, 1921. 

2393. A new species of ray from the Texas coast, and report of the occurrence 

of a top minnow new to the fauna of eastern Texas. By Asa C. Chandler. 
Pp. 657-658. Oct. 5, 1921. 

2394. New Nearctic spider mites of the family Tetranychidae. By H. E. Ewing. 

Pp. 659-666, 1 pi. Oct. 7, 1921. 

2395. Ludwigites from Idaho and Korea. By Earl V. Shannon. Pp. 667-676. 

Oct. 5- 1921. 



PROCEEDINGS 141 

Volume 60 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 60. Pp. i-xviii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations); arts. 1-26; (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2396-2421, paged separately). 1922. 

Proc 
No. 

2396. North American sawflies of the subfamily Cladiinae. By S. A. Rohwer, with 

notes on hnbits and descriptions of larvae by William Middleton. Art. 
1, pp. 1-45, 7 pis. Jan. 26.. 1922. 

2397. Nereis {Ceratoncreis) alaskensis, a new polychaetous annelid from Alaska. 

By A. L. Treadwell. Art. 2, pp. 1-3, 4 figs. Jan. 3, 1922. 

2398. Mineralogy of some black sands from Idaho, with a description of the 

methods used for their study. By Earl V. Shannon. Art. 3, pp. 1-33, 28 
figs. Jan. 10, 1922. 

2399. North American ichneumon-flies of the genera CUstopyga and Schizopyga. 

By R. A. Cushman. Art. 4, pp. 1-14, 14 figs. Jan. 4, 1922. 

2400. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the family Dichelesthiidae. 

By Charles Branch Wilson. Art. 5, pp. 1-100, 13 pis. Mar. 22, 1922. 

2401. A contribution to the anatomy of Dinohnthrium, a genus of selachian tape- 

worms; with descriptions of two new species. By Edwin Linton. Art. 6, 
pp. 1-13, 4 pis. Jan. 23, 1922. 

2402. The centipeds of Central America. By Ralph V. Charaberlin. Art. 7, pp. 1-17, 

4 pis. Jan. 7, 1922. 

2403. The millipeds of Central America. By Ralph V. Chamberlin. Art. 8, pp. 

1-75, 25 pis. Mar. 14, 1922. 

2404. Synoptic series of obects in the United States National Museum illustrating 

the history of inventions. By Walter Hough. Art. 9, pp. 1-47, 56 pis. 
Feb. 13, 1922. 

2405. An illustrated synopsis of the puparia of 100 muscoid flies (DIptera). By 

Charles T. Greene. Art. 10, pp. 1-39, 20 pis. Jan. 13, 1922. 

2406. Notes en Nearctic bibionid flies. By W. L. McAtee. Art. 11, pp. 1-27. 

Jan. 12, 1922. 

2407. A redescription of the type species of the genera of Coccidae based on species 

originally described by Maskell. By Harold Pdorrison and Emily Morrison. 
Art. 12, pp. 1-120, 37 figs., 6 pis. May 12, 1922. 

2408. On a new silurid fish from the Yalu River, South Manchuria. By Arthur de 

Carle Sowerby. Art. 13, pp. 1-2. Dec. 28, 1921. 

2409. The jade of the Tuxtla statuette. By Henry S. Washington. Art. 14, pp. 1-12, 

2 pis. Feb. 23, 1922. 

2410. Suggestions for collecting and preparing diatoms. By Albert Mann. Art. 15, 

pp. 1-8. Feb. 13, 1922. 

2411. Notes on an andorite-bearing silver ore from Nevada. By Earl V. Shannon. 

Art. 16, pp. 1-5. May 25, 1922. 

2412. Synopsis of the North American flies of the genus Tachytrechus. By Charles 

T. Greene. Art. 17, pp. 1-21, 1 pi. May 5, 1922. 

2413. Bees in the collection of the United States National Museum. — 4. By T. D. A. 

Cockerell. Art. 18, pp. 1-20. Apr. 27, 1922. 

2414. Brooksina, a new pentameroid genus from the Upper Silurian of south- 

eastern Alaska. By Edwin Kirk. Art. 19, pp. 1-8, 1 pi. May 5, 1922. 

2415. Two new intestinal trematodes from the dog in China. By Marcos A. 

Tubangui. Art. 20, pp. 1-12, 4 pis. May 3, 1922. 

2416. New species of ichneumon-flies with taxonomic notes. By R. A. Cushman. 

Art. 21, pp. 1-28, 1 fig. Apr. 28, 1922. 

2417. Velardenite from a new locality in Tulare County, California. By Earl V. 

Shannon. Art. 22, pp. 1-4. May 4, 1922. 

2418. A new description of Saniwa ensidens Leidy, an extinct varanid lizard from 

Wyoming. By Charles W. Gilraore. Art. 23, pp. 1-28, 22 figs., 3 pis. 
June 8, 1922. 
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142 BULLETIN 193, UNllED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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No. 

2419. Terrestrial Isopoda coliected in Java by Dr. Edward Jacobson with de- 

scriptions of five new species. By Harriet Richardson Searle. Art. 24, 
pp. 1-7, 2 pis. May 5, 1922. 

2420. Undescribed species of Costa Rican flies belonging to the family Tipulidac 

in the United States National Museum. By Charles P. Alexander. Art. 
25, pp. 1-7. Apr. 25, 1922. 

2421. Description of a new species of agamid lizard from the Malay Peninsula. 

By Doris M. Cochran, Art. Z(i, pp. 1-3. March 13, 1922. 

Volume 61 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 61. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-25 (Proceedings 
papers 2422-2446, paged separately). 1922. 

2422. Some Upper Cretaceous shells of the rudistid group from Tamaulipas, 

Mexico. By L. W. Stephenson. Art. 1, pp. 1-28, 15 pis. June 13, 1922. 

2423. A revision of the chalcid-flies of the cyrtid genus Chrysoplatycerus. By P. H. 

Timberlake. Art. 2, pp. 1-10, 2 figs., 1 pi. Apr. 25, 1922. 

2424. The smallest known horned dinosaur, Brachyceratops. By Charles W. Gil- 

more. Art. 3, pp. 1-4, 4 pis. Apr. 24, 1922. 

2425. On meteoric irons from Alpine, Brewster County, Texas, and Signal Moun- 

tain, Lower California, and a pallasite from Cold Bay, Alaska. By George 
P. Merrill. Art. 4, pp. 1-4, 2 pis. Apr. 25, 1922. 

2426. Crinoids from the Upper Cretaceous of Tamaulipas, Mexico. By Frank 

Springer. Art. 5, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Apr. 25, 1922. 

2427. Studies on chalcid-flies of the subfamily Leucospidinae, with descriptions 

of new species. By Clara Jamieson Weld. Art. 6, pp. 1-43, 2 figs., 4 pis. 
June 28, 1922. 

2428. New buprestid beetles from Borneo and the Philippine Islands. By W. S. 

Fisher. Art. 7, pp. 1-18. Apr. 28, 1922. 

2429. On the Ashmead manuscript species of Ichneumonidae of Mrs. Slosson's Mount 

Washington lists. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 8, pp. 1-30. May 22, 1922. 

2430. A new genus of trematodes from the white bass. By H. J. Van Cleave. 

Art. 9, pp. 1-8, 1 pi. May 24, 1922. 

2431. Notes on West Indian millipeds. By Ralph V. Chamberlin. Art 10, pp. 

1-19, 6 pis. July 6, 1922. 

2432. Parsee religious ceremonial objects in the United States National Museum. 

By I. M. Casanowicz. Art. 11, pp. 1-16, 7 pis. May 3, 1922. 

2433. A new cestode from the maneater and mackerel sharks. By Edwin Linton. 

Art. 12, pp. 1-16, 3 pis. May 25, 1922. 

2434. Ants from Honduras and Guatemala. By William M. Mann. Art. 13, pp. 

1-54, 22 figs. June 14, 1922. 

2435. Description of the skull of Megaptera m'tocaena, a fossil humpback whale 

from the Miocene diatomaceous earth of Lompoc, California. By Reming- 
ton Kellogg. Art. 14, pp. 1-18, 10 figs., 4 pis. July 3, 1922. 

2436. A revision of the North American inchneumon-flies, belonging to the sub- 

families Neoneurinae and Microgasterinae. By C. F. W. Muesebeck. 
Art. 15, pp. 1-76, 1 pi. Aug. 5, 1922. 

2437. New pearly fresh water mussels from South America. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 16, pp. 1-9, 3 pis. Apr. 28, 1922. 

2438. Description of a new fossil sea cow from Florida, M etaxytherium floridanum. 

By Oliver P. Hay. Art. 17, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. May 3, 1922. 

2439. Notes on cynipid wasps, with descriptions of new North American species. 

By Lewis H. Weld. Art. 18, pp. 1-29, 3 figs., 1 pi. June 28, 1922. 

2440. Notes on American gallflies of the family Cynipidae producing galls on 

acorns, with descriptions of new species. By Lewis H. Weld. Art. 19, 
pp. 1-32, 3 figs., 5 pis. June 28, 1922. 



PROCEEDINGS 143 

i'roc. 
No. 

2441. New termiies from Hawaii, Central and South America, and the Antilles. 

By Thomas E. Snyder. Art. 20, pp. 1-32, 6 figs., S pis. May 25, 1922. 

2442. Descriptions of some North American sawfly larvae. By William Middleton. 

Art 21, pp. 1-31, 8 figs. May 12, 1922. 

2443. Studies on the cyclostomatous Bryozoa. By Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. 

Bassler. Art. 22, pp. 1-160, 40 figs., 28 pis. Oct. 6, 1922. 

2444. A new cecidomyiid parasite of the white fly. By E. P. Felt. Art. 23, pp. 1-2. 

Nov. 2, 1922. 

2445. Descriptions of miscellaneous new reared parasitic Hymenoptera. By A. B. 

Gahan. Art. 24, pp. 1-24, 1 pi. May 25, 1922. 

2446. Two-winged flies of the genera Dolichopus and Hydrophorus collected in 

Alaska in 1921, with new species of Dolichopus from North America and 
Hawaii. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 25, pp. 1-18. May 3, 1922. 

Volume 62 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 62. Pp. i-xvi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-22 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2447-2468, paged seperately). 1923. 

2447. The mosquitoes of the United States. By Harrison G. Dyar. Art. 1, pp. 

1-119. June 28, 1922. 

2448. Fishes from Formosa and the Philippine Islands. By Henry W. Fowler and 

Barton A. Bean. Art. 2, pp. 1-73, 4 figs. July 28, 1922. 

2449. Seven new species of fish of the order Malacopterygii. By \V. W. Welsh. 

Art. 3, pp. 1-11, 10 figs. Feb. 10, 1923. 

2450. A revision of the North American two-winged flies of the family Therevidae. 

By Frank R. Cole. Art. 4, pp. 1-140, 3 figs., 13 pis. May 10, 1923. 

2451. A new fossil turtle, Kinosternon arizonense, from Arizona. By Charles W. 

Gilmore. Art. 5, pp. 1-8, 7 figs., 5 pis. Feb. 6, 1923. 

2452. Rehabilitation of a hitherto overlooked species of musk turtle of the southern 

States. By Leonhard Stejneger. Art. 6, pp. 1-3. Feb. 10, 1923. 

2453. Two new Lithothamnieae, calcareous algae, from the Lower Miocene of 

Trinidad, British West Indies. By Marshall A. Howe. Art. 7, pp. 1-3, 
4 pis. Dec. 22, 1922. 

2454. The leaf and twig mining buprestid beetles of Mexico and Central America. 

By Warren S. Fisher. Art. 8, pp. 1-95. Dec. 22, 1922. 

2455. Mineralogic notes on pucherlte, pyrite, trichalcite, and wavellite. By Earl V. 

Shannon. Art. 9, pp. 1-10, 10 figs. Jan. 5, 1923. 

2456. Species of round worm [Gongylonema) from domestic swine in the United 

States. By Edward A. Chapin. Art. 10, pp. 1-3, 3 figs. Dec. 8, 1922. 

2457. The Neotropical muscoid genus Mesembrlnella Giglio-Tos and other testa- 

ceous muscoid flies. By J. M. Aldrlch. Art. 11, pp. 1-24. Dec. 19, 1922. 

2458. On siderite and associated minerals from the Columbia River basalt at 

Spokane, Washington. By Earl V. Shannon. Art. 12, pp. 1-19, 14 figs., 3 
pis. Mar. 29, 1923. 

2459. The dermanyssid mites of North America. By H. E. Ewing. Art. 13, pp. 

1-26, 7 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 27, 1923. 

2460. Tertiary fossil plants from the Republic of Haiti. By Edward W. Berry. 

Art 14, pp. 1-10, 2 figs., 1 pi. Dec. 28, 1922. 

2461. Notes on the mineralogy of three gouge clays from precious metal veins. 

By Earl V. Shannon. Art. IS, pp. 1-11. Nov. 22, 1924. 

2462. Description of two squalodonts recently discovered in the Calvert Cliffs, 

Maryland; and notes en the shark-toothed cetaceans. By Remington 
Kellogg. Art. 16, pp. 1-69, 3 figs., 20 pis. Apr. 24, 1923. 

2463. The scale insects of the subfamilies Monophlebinae and Margarodinae 

treated by Maskell. By Harold Morrison and Emily Morrison. Art. 17, 
pp. 1-47, 19 figs., 3 pis. June 9, 1923. 



144 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc 
No. 

2464. A meteoric metabolite from Dungannon, Virginia. By George P. Merrill. 

Art. 18, pp. 1-2, 2 pis. Mar. 19, 1923. 

2465. Miocene plants from southern Mexico. By Edward W. Berry. Art. 19, pp. 1-27, 

1 fig., 7 pis. June 2, 1923. 

2466. New genera of two-winged flies of the subfamily Leptogastrinae of the 

family Asilidae. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 20, pp. 1-6, 3 figs. Feb. 13, 1923. 

2467. The dragonflies (Odonata) of Burma and Lower Siam — III. Subfamily 

Aeschninae. By Frank Fortescue Laidlaw. Art. 21, pp. 1-29, 1 pi. June 
21, 1923. 

2468. Steiroxys hendersoni, a new katydid from Utah. By A. N. Caudcll. Art. 22, 

pp. 1-2, 1 fig. Feb. 13, 1923. 

Volume 63 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 63. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-21 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2469-2490, paged separately). 1924. 

2469. Paleocene primates of the Fort Union, with discussion of relationships of 

Eocene primates. By James Williams Gidley. Art. 1, pp. 1-38, 4 figs., 5 
pis. Apr. 28, 1923. 

2470. A revision of the North American species of ichneumon-flies belonging to the 

genus Meteorus Haliday. By C. F. W. Muesebeck. Art. 2, pp. 1-44, 2 figs. 
June 28, 1923. 

2471. Three new trematodes from Amph'nima means. By Asa C. Chandler. Art. 

3, pp. 1-7, 2 pis. Apr. 28, 1923. 

2472. Note on Icichthys lockingtoni Jordan and Gilbert, a pelagic fish from Cali- 

fornia. By David Starr Jordan. Art. 4, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. June 2, 1923. 

2473. Description of remains of Bison occidentalis from central Minnesota. By 

Oliver P. Hay. Art. 5, pp. 1-8, 2 pis. May 9, 1923. 

2474. Two Asiatic muscoid flies parasitic upon the so-called Japanese beetle. By 

J. M. Aldrich. Art. 6, pp. 1-4. Apr. 13, 1923. 

2475. A fossil cichlid fish from the Republic of Haiti. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Art. 

7, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. Apr. 27, 1923. 

2476. Some bees from Victoria, Mexico. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Art. 8, pp. 1-5. 

Apr. 16, 1923. 

2477. Fossil crabs from the Republic of Haiti. By Mary J. Rathbun. Art. 9, pp. 

1-6, 2 pis. Apr. 28, 1923. 

2478. Additions and emendations to United States National Museum Bulletin No. 

112. By William H. Dall. Art. 10, pp. 1-4. Apr. 12, 1923. 

2479. Crystallographic notes on stephanite in a silver ore from Mexico. By Earl 

V. Shannon. Art. 11, pp. 1-6, 4 figs. Apr. 12, 1923. 

2480. Catalogue of human crania in the United States National Museum collec- 

tions: The Eskimo, Alaska and related Indians, Northeastern Asiatics. By 
Ales Hrdlicka. Art. 12, pp. 1-51. Mar. 14, 1924. 

2481. Descriptions of new American and Chinese spiders, with notes on other 

Chinese species. By Ralph V. Charaberlin. Art. 13, pp. 1-38, 7 pis. 
Feb. 8, 1924. 

2482. A fossil porpoise from the Calvert formation of Maryland. By Remington 

Kellogg. Art. 14, pp. 1-39, 18 pis. Mar. 26, 1924. 

2483. Description of a new genus and species of whalebone whale from the 

Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. By Remington Kellogg. Art. 15, pp. 1-14, 6 pis. 
Feb. 5, 1924. 

2484. Revision of the North American wasps of the subfamily Platygasterinae. 

By Robert M. Fouts. Art. 15a, pp. 1-145, 10 figs, 1 pi. June 30, 1924. 

2485. New pearly fresh-water mussels from Mexico and Uruguay. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 16, pp. 1-4, 3 pis. Jan. 8, 1924. 

2486. The North American species of parasitic two-winged flies belonging to the 

genus Phorocera and allied genera. By J. M. Aldrich and Ray T. Webber. 
Art. 17, pp. 1-90, 1 fig. Feb. 29, 1924. 



PROCEEDINGS 146 

Proc 
No. 

2487. Recently found meteoric irons from Mesa Verde Park, Colo., and Savannah, 

Tenn. By George P. Merrill. Art. 18, pp. 1-4, 3 pis. Mar. 4, 1924. 

2488. Descriptions of eighteen new species of fishes from the Wilkes Exploring 

Expedition, preserved in the United States National Museum. By Henry 
W. Fowler and Barton A. Bean. Art. 19, pp. 1-27. Dec. 22, 1923. 

2489. On the taxonomy, biology, and distribution of the biting lice of the family 

Gyropidae. By H. E. Ewing. Art. 20, pp. 1-42, 18 figs., 1 pi. Mar. 4, 1924. 

2490. Notes and descriptions of two-winged flies of the family Dolichopodidae from 

Alaska. By M. C. Van Duzee. Art. 21, pp. 1-16, 1 pi. Jan. 4, 1924. 

Volume 64 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 64. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-23 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2491-2513, paged separately). 1925. 

2491. Tertiary mollusks of the genus Orthaulax from the Republic of Haiti, Porto 

Rico, and Cuba. By Wendell P. Woodring. Art. 1, pp. 1-12, 2 pis. 
Dec. 22, 1923. 

2492. The Sharps meteorite, Richmond County, Virginia. By Thomas L. Watson. 

Art. 2, pp. 1-4, 2 pis. Dec. 22, 1923. 

2493. A remarkable new sea star from Japan. By W. K. Fisher. Art. 3, pp. 1-6, 

6 figs., 2 pis. Mar. 18, 1924. 

2494. New genera and species of ichneumon-flies. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 4, pp. 

1-16, 2 figs. Jan. 12, 1924. 

2495. Fossil birds from southeastern Arizona. By Alexander Wetmore. Art. 5, 

pp. 1-18, 9 figs. Jan. 15, 1924. 

2496. Descriptions of new species and hitherto unknown castes of termites from 

America and Hawaii. By Thomas E. Snyder. Art 6, pp. 1-40, 5 pis. 
May 10, 1924. 

2497. Studies of larvae of crabs of the family Pinnotheridae. By O. W. Hyman. 

Art. 7, pp. 1-9, 6 pis. Mar. 5, 1924. 

2498. A synopsis of the species of Boeckella and Pseudoboeckella with a key to 

the genera of the fresh-water Centropagidae. By C. Dwight Marsh. Art. 
8, pp. 1-28, 35 figs. Mar. 19, 1924. 

2499. The heteronereis phase of a new species of a polychaetous annelid from 

Uruguay. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Art. 9, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. Dec. 22, 1923. 

2500. New species of two-winged flies from western North America belonging to 

the family Tipulidae. By Charles P. Alexander. Art. 10, pp. 1-16. 
Mar. 11, 1924. 

2501. Revision of the two-winged flies of the family Clusiidae. By A. L. Me- 

lander and Naomi George Argo. Art. 11, pp. 1-54, 4 pis. May 16, 1924. 

2502. Notes and descriptions of naiads belonging to the dragonfly genus Helocor- 

dulia. By Clarence Hamilton Kennedy. Art. 12, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Mar. 5, 1924. 

2503. Fossil insects in the United States National Museum. By T. D. A. Cockerell. 

Art. 13, pp. 1-15, 2 figs., 2 pis. Feb. 2, 1924. 

2504. New species and subspecies of spider crabs. By Mary J. Rathbun. Art. 15, 

pp. 1-5. Jan. 2, 1924. 

2505. A revision of the mutillid wasps of the genera Myrmilloides and Pseudo- 

methoca occurring in America north of Mexico. By Clarence E. Mickel. 
Art. 15, pp. 1-52, 4 pis. June 17, 1924. 

2506. A collection of birds from north and north-central Celebes. By J. H. Riley. 

Art. 16, pp. 1-118. Oct. 28, 1924. 

2507. New North American parasitic copepods, new hosts, and notes on copepod 

nomenclature. By Charles Branch Wilson. Art. 17, pp. 1-22, 3 pis. 
July 7, 1924. 

2508. Notes on certain catostomids of the Bonneville system of Utah, including the 

type of Pantosteus virescens Cope. By John Otterbein Snyder. Art. 18, 
pp. 1-6. Mar. S, 1924. 



146 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

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No. ^ ^ 

2509. Mordenite and associated minerals from near Challis, Custer County, Idaho. 

By Clarence S. Ross and Earl V. Shannon. Art. 19, pp. 1-19, 6 figs., 3 pis. 
Mar. 22, 1924. 

2510. On the genera of the ichneumon-flies of the tribe Paniscini Ashmead, with 

descriptions and discussion of related genera and species. By R. A. Cush- 
man. Art. 20, pp. 1-48, 7 figs. Jan. 12, 1924. 

2511. Notes on cestode parasites of sharks and skates. By Edwin Linton. Art. 21, 

pp. 1-114, 13 pis. Oct. 27, 1924. 

2512. Notes on birds collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott on the Karimata Islands, off 

west Borneo. By Harry C. Oberholser. Art. 22, pp. 1-4. Mar. 28, 1924. 

2513. The blister beetle Tricrania sanguinipennis — biology, descriptions of different 

stages, and systematic relationship. By J. B. Parker and Adam G. Boving. 
Art. 23, pp. 1-40, 1 fig., 5 pis. July 30, 1924. . 

Volume 65 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 65. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations; arts. 1-24 (Proceedings 
papers 2514-2537, paged separately). 1925. 

2514. Studies on the larvae of North American beetles of the subfamily Tene- 

brioninae with a description of the larva and pupa of Merinus laevit 
(Olivier). By R. A. St. George. Art. 1, pp. 1-22, 4 pis. July 19, 1924. 

2515. Miocene and Pleistocene Cirripedia from Haiti. By Henry A. Pilsbry. Art. 

2, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. May 10, 1924. 

2516. A Tertiary crinoid from the West Indies. By Frank Springer. Art. 3, pp. 

1-8, 1 pi. May 12, 1924. 

2517. Some parasitic Hymenoptera with notes on several described forms. By A. B. 

Gahan. Art. 4, pp. 1-23. July 19, 1924. 

2518. A new nautiloid cephalopod, Eutrephoceras sloani, from the Eocene of South 

Carolina. By John B. Reeside, Jr. Art. 5, pp. 1-4, 1 fig., 3 pis. May 10, 1924. 

2519. Description of a recently discovered fossil sculpin from Nevada regarded as 

Cottus beldingi. By David Starr Jordan. Art. 6, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. Sept. 12, 1924. 

2520. New species of moths in the United States National Museum. By William 

Schaus. Art. 7, pp. 1-74. June 2, 1924. 

2521. Notes on the osteolog>' and dentition of the genera Desmostylus and Corn- 

tuallius. By Oliver P. Hay. Art. 8, pp. 1-8, 2 figs., 2 pis. July 19, 1924. 

2522. A revision of the West Indian Coleoptera of the family Buprestidae. By 

Warren S. Fisher. Art. 9, pp. 1-207. Mar. 27, 1925. 

2523. Studies on larvae of crabs of the family Grapsidae. By O. W. Hyman. Art. 

10, pp. 1-8, 3 pis. Oct. 6, 1924. 

2524. Amastridium, a neglected genus of snakes. By E. R. Dunn. Art. 11, pp. 1-3. 

Apr. 1, 1924. 

2525. Keys to flies of the families Lonchaeidae, Pallopteridae, and Sapromyzidae 

of the eastern United States, with a list of the species of the District of 
Columbia region. By J. R. Malloch and W. L. McAtee. Art. 12, pp. 1-26, 
2 pis. Sept. 9, 1924. 

2526. Nematode parasites of the Brazilian land-tortoise, Testudo denticulata. Re- 

sults of the Mulford Biological Exploration. — Helminthology. By Edward 
A. Chapin. Art. 13, pp. 1-6, 2 pis. Sept. 9, 1924. 

2527. A remarkable new genus and species of mermithid worms from Jamaica. 

By G. Steiner. Art. 14, pp. 1-4, 2 pis, Apr. 25, 1924. 

2528. The magic, psychic, ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman medical collections 

of the Division of Medicine in the United States National Museum. By 
Charles Whitebread. Art. 15, pp. 1-44, 24 figs., 5 pis. Nov. 24, 1924. 

2529. Synopsis of the North American flies of the genus Scellus, By Charles T. 

Greene. Art. 16, pp. 1-18, 3 pis. Sept. 9, 1924. 

2530. Studies on the morphology, taxonomy, and ecology of the larvae of Holarctic 

tiger-beetles (family Cicindelidae). By Clyde C. Hamilton. Art. 17, 
pp. 1-87, 12 pis. Apr. 24, 1925. 



PROCEEDINGS 147 

Proc. 
No. 

2531. Notes on Entoraostraca from Colorado. The Shantz collections from the 

Pikes Peak region. By G. S. Dodds. Art. 18, pp. 1-7, 1 fig. May 12, 1924. 

2532. New American species of bees belonging to the genus Halictus {Chloralictus). 

By Grace Adelbert Sandhouse. Art. 19, pp. 1-43. Sept. 9, 1924. 

2533. Hookworms of the genus Uncinaria of the dog, fox, and badger. By B. H. 

Ransom. Art. 20, pp. 1-5, 1 pi. July 8, 1924. 

2534. A new genus and species of two-winged flies of the family Chloropidae 

injuring Manihot in Brazil. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 21, pp. 1-2. June 
7, 1924. 

2535. The fossils of the Lower San Pedro fauna of the Nob Hill cut, San Pedro, 

California. By T. S. Oldroyd. Art. 22, pp. 1-39, 2 pis. June 16, 1925. 

2536. A new marine annelid from Chile. By A. L. Treadwell. Art. 23, pp. 1-3, 4 

figs. Aug. 9, 1924. 

2537. Benjaminite, a new sulphosalt mineral of the klaprotholite group. By Earl V. 

Shannon. Art. 24, pp. 1-9, 3 figs. June 17, 1924. 

Volume 66 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 66. Pp. xviii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-35 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2538-2572, paged separately). 1926. 

2538. Parasitic nematodes from Tonkin, Indo-China, including a new species of 

Ascaridia. By Benjamin Schwartz. Art. 1, pp. 1-9, 1 fig. May 14, 1925. 

2539. The mineralogy and petrolog)' of intrusive Triassic diabase at Goose Creek, 

Loudoun County, Virginia. By Earl V. Shannon. Art. 2, pp. 1-86, 32 figs., 
9 pis. Dec. 13, 1924. 

2540. Descriptions of Neotropical two-winged flies of the family Drosophilidae. By 

J. R. Malloch. Art. 3, pp. 1-11. Oct. 13, 1924. 

2541. Senecella calanoides, a recently described fresh-water copepod. By Chancey 

Juday. Art. 4, pp. 1-6, 3 pis. May 23, 1925. 

2542. A contribution toward the classification of the weevil larvae of the sub- 

family Calendrinae, occurring in North America. By Richard T. Cotton. 
Art. 5, pp. 1-11, 10 pis. Oct. 11, 1924. 

2543. Notes on the herpetological collections made by Dr. W. L. Abbott on the 

island of Haiti. By Doris M. Cochran. Art. 6, pp. 1-15. Oct. 15, 1924. 

2544. Some hitherto unpublished photographs and measurements of the blue whale. 

By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Art. 7, pp. 1-4, 9 pis. Nov. 3, 1924. 

2545. A second instance of the development of rodent-like incisors in an artiodactyl. 

By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Art. 8, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. Oct. 13, 1924. 

2546. A pollack whale from Florida presented to the National Museum by the 

Miami Aquarium Association. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Art. 9, pp. 1-15, 
22 pis. Dec. 11, 1924. 

2547. Notes on Oriental dragonflies of the genus Aciagrion. By Frank Fortescuc 

Laidlaw. Art. 10, pp. 1-9, 1 pi. Oct. 13, 1924. 

2548. A new species of round worm of the genus Trichostrongylus from the rabbit. 

By H. W. Craybill. Art. 11, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. Oct. 8, 1924. 

2549. A new earthworm from Texas belonging to the genus Diplocardia. By 

Frank Smith. Art. 12, pp. 1-6. Oct. 6, 1924. 
=^ 2550. New species of raoUusks of the genus Chilina. By William B. Marshall. Art. 

13, pp. 1-5, 1 pi. Oct. 8, 1924. 
2551. New mollusks from Santa Elena Bay, Ecuador. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 14, 

pp. 1-9, 2 pis. Oct. 17, 1924. 
^="2552. New Uruguayan mollusks of the genus Corbicula. By William B. Marshall. 

Art. 15, pp. 1-12, 2 pis Nov. 3, 1924. 

2553. Some parasitic round worms of the rabbit with descriptions of two new 

species. By Asa C. Chandler. Art. 16, pp. 1-6, 2 pis. Nov. 3, 1924. 

2554. Illustrations of unfigured types of shells in the collection of the United 

States National Museum. By William Healey Dall. Art. 17, pp. 1-41, 
36 pis. Sept. 22, 1925. 



148 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc. 
No. 

2555. New Diptera or two-winged flies in the United States National Museum. 

By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 18, pp. 1-36, 1 fig. Jan. 24, 1925. 

2556. Plant and insect fossils from the Green River Eocene of Colorado. By 

T. D. A. Cockercll, Art. 19, pp. 1-13, 2 pis. Feb. 16, 1925. 

2557. A rare Cretaceous sea urchin, Scutellaster cretaceus Cragin. By John B. 

Reeside, Jr. Art. 20, pp. 1-4, 2 figs., 1 pi. Dec. 9, 1924. 

2558. A Pleistocene flora from the Island of Trinidad. By Edward W. Berry. 

Art. 21, pp. 1-9, 4 pis. May 23, 1925. 

2559. Miocene gastropods and scaphopods from Trinidad, British West Indies. By 

Wendell C. Mansfield. Art. 22, pp. 1-65, 10 pis. Sept. 18, 1925. 

2560. A revision of the North American species of the genus Argyra Macquart, 

two-winged flies of the family Dolichopodidae. By M. C. Van Duzee. Art. 
23, pp. 1-43, 1 pi. May 5, 1925. 

2561. A new proliferating larval tapeworm from a porcupine. By Benjamin 

Schwartz. Art. 24, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Dec. 26, 1924. 

2562. Chinese amphibians and reptiles in the United States National Museum. By 

Leonhard Stejneger. Art. 25, pp. 1-115, 6 figs. July 15, 1925. 

2563. On the occurrence of remains of fossil porpoises of the genus Eurhinodelphis 

in North America. By Remington Kellogg. Art. 26, pp. 1-40, 4 figs., 17 pis. 
May 23, 1925. 

2564. A fossil physeteroid cetacean from Santa Barbara County, California. By 

Remington Kellogg. Art. 27, pp. 1-8, 2 pis. Feb. 28, 1925. 

2565. Mineralogy and petrography of Triassic limestone conglomerate metamor- 

phosed by intrusive diabase at Leesburg, Virginia. By Earl V. Shannon. 
Art. 28, pp. 1-31, 8 figs., 3 pis. May 22, 1925. 

2566. The puparia and larvae of sarcophagid flies. By Charles T. Greene. Art. 29, 

pp. 1-26, 9 pis. Feb. 10, 1925. 

2567. A new genus of Eocene Foraminifera. By Joseph A. Cushman. Art. 30, 

pp. 1-4, 1 fig., 2 pis. Jan. 23, 1925. 

2568. Buprestid beetles collected by the Mulford Biological Exploration in Bolivia. 

By Warren S. Fisher. Art. 31, pp. 1-46. Feb. 13, 1925. 

2569. Harpidium, a new pentaraeroid brachiopod genus from southeastern Alaska. 

By Edwin Kirk. Art. 32, pp. 1-7, 2 pis. Apr. 11, 1925. 

2570. Notes on the fishes of Hawaii, with descriptions of six new species By 

Eric Knight Jordan, Art. 33, pp. 1-43, 2 pis. Sept. 22, 1925. 

2571. A further and detailed description of the type of Elephas rooseveltt Hay and 

descriptions of three referred specimens. By Oliver P. Hay. Art. 34, pp. 
1-6, 1 fig., 4 pis. May 22, 1925. 

2572. On remains of mastodons found in Texas, Anancus brazosius and Gompliother- 

ium cimarronis. By Oliver P. Hay. Art. 35, pp. 1-15, 9 figs., 4 pis. Apr. 
25, 1925. 

Volume 67 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 67. Pp. i-xix (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-29 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2573-2601, paged separately). 1926. 

2573. Revision of the American bugs of the reduviid subfamily Ploiariinae. By 

W. L. McAtee and J. R. Malloch. Art. 1, pp. 1-152, 9 pis. Apr. 16, 1925. 

2574. Notes on the meteoric stone of Colby, Wisconsin. By George P. Merrill. Art 

2, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. May 23, 1925. 

2575. Studies on the larvae of crabs of the family Xanthidae. By O. W. Hyman. 

Art. 3, pp. 1-22, 14 pis. June 1, 1925. 

2576. Microscopic sculpture of pearly fresh-water mussel shells. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 4, pp. 1-14, 4 pis. Mar. 23, 1925. 

2577. The genus Pentacrinus in Alaska. By Frank Springer. Art. 5, pp. 1-7, 1 pi. 

May 22, 1925. 

2578. A new meteoric stone from Baldwyn, Mississippi. By George P. Merrill- 

Art. 1, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. May 22, 1925. 



PROCEEDINGS 149 

Prec. 

No. 

2579. The origin, occurrence, composition, and physical properties of the mineral 

iddingsite. By Clarence S. Ross and Earl V. Shannon. Art, 7, pp. 1-19, 2 
pis. May IS, 1925. 

2580. A revision of the parasitic wasps of the genus Mlcrobracon occurring in 

America north of Mexico. By C. F. W. Muesebeck. Art. 8, pp. 1-85, 2 pis. 
May 25, 1925. 

2581. Unusual forms of fossil crinoids. By Frank Springer. Art. 9, pp. 1-137, 10 

figs., 26 pis. Feb. 15, 1926. 

2582. The Indian medical exhibit of the Division of Medicine in the United States 

National Museum. By Charles Whitebread. Art. 10, pp. 1-26, 20 figs., 
2 pis. July 22, 1925. 

2583. A synoptic review of the beetles of the tribe Osoriini from the Western 

Hemisphere. By Howard Notman. Art. 11, pp. 1-26. Apr. 30, 1925. 

2584. A new species of polychaetous annelid from Uruguay, Aphrodita magna. 

By A. L. Treadwell. Art. 12, pp. 1-3, 2 figs. Apr. 11, 1925. 

2585. Revision of bugs of the family Cryptostemmatidae in the collection of the 

United States National Museum. By W. L. McAtee and J. R. Malloch. 
Art. 13, pp. 1-42, 4 pis. Apr. 16, 1925. 

2586. A review of the beetle family Pseudomorphidae, and a suggestion for a 

rearrangement of the Adephaga, with descriptions of a new genus and 
new species. By Howard Notman. Art. 14, pp. 1-34. May 25, 1925. 

2587. The dragon god (Dai-Ja) in Idzumo, Japan. A Japanese tale. By I. M. 

Casanowicz. Art. 15, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. May 23, 1925. 

2588. Eggs of a new species of nematoid worm from a shark. By G. A. MacCallum. 

Art. 16, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. May 9, 1925. 

2589. Two new larval nematodes belonging to the genus Porrocaecum from mam- 

mals of the order Insectivora. By Benjamin Schwartz. Art. 17, pp. 1-8, 
1 pi. May 23, 1925. 

2590. 'Occurrence of the crinoid genus Apiocrinus in America. By Frank Springer. 

Art. 18, pp. 1-5, 1 pi. April 8, 1925. 

2591. The adaptive modifications and the taxonomic value of the tongue in birds. 

By Leon L. Gardner. Art. 19, pp. 1-49, 16 pis. Sept. 25, 1925. 

2592. A revision of the insects of the aphid genus Amphorophora. By Preston W. 

Mason. Art. 20, pp. 1-92, 18 pis. Sept. 23, 1925. 

2593. Studies on the cyclostomatous Bryozoa. By Ferdinand Canu and Ray S. Bassler. 

Art. 21, pp. 1-124, 46 figs., 31 pis. Mar. 29, 1926. 

2594. Three new land shells from Mexico. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 22, pp. 1-5, 

1 pi. Dec. 14, 1925. 

2595. Ten new North American ichneumon-flies. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 23, 

pp. 1-13. Feb. 2, 1926. 

2596. South American snakes in the collection of the United States National Mu- 

seum. By Afranio do Amaral. Art. 24, pp. 1-30. Dec. 23, 1925. 

2597. Foraminifera of the genera Siphogenerina and Pavonina. By Joseph A. 

Cushman. Art. 25, pp. 1-24, 6 pis. Mar. 9, 1926. 

2598. A new species of hookworm from a North American raccoon. By Benjamin 

Schwartz. Art. 26, pp. 1-4, 4 figs. Dec. 2, 1925. 

2599. Asymmetry in the skulls of mammals. By A. Brazier Howell. Art. 27, pp. 

1-18, 8 "pis. Dec. 31, 1925. 

2600. Supplementary observations on the skull of the fossil porpoise Zarhachis 

flagellator Cope. By Remington Kellogg. Art. 28, pp. 1-18, 5 pis. Feb. 
24, 1926. 

2601. A list of the annelids collected by Captain R. A. Bartlett in Alaska, 1924, 

with a description of a new species. By A. L. Treadwell. Art. 29, pp. 
1-3, 4 figs. Nov. 18, 1925. 



150 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Volume 68 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 68. Pp. i-xvii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-2S (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2602-2626, paged separately). 1927. 

Proc 

No. 

2602. Tertiary insects from Argentina. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Art. 1, pp. 1-5, 

1 fig., 1 pi. Dec. 11, 1925. 

2603. Descriptions of new internal parasites. By Edward A. Chapin. Art. 2, 

pp. 1-4, 4 figs. Nov. 14, 1925. 

2604. Systematic notes on and descriptions of North American wasps of the sub- 

family Brachycistiinae. By J. R. Malloch. Art. 3, pp. 1-28, 4 ph. 
Feb. 17, 1926. 

2605. Crane flies from the Maritime Province of Siberia. By Charles P. Alex- 

ander. Art. 4, pp. 1-21, 1 pi. Dec. 11, 1925. 

2606. Tertiary insects from Kudia River, Maritime Province, Siberia. By T. D. A. 

Cockerell, Art. 5, pp. 1-16, 5 figs., 2 pis. Dec. 11, 1925. 

2607. Some halictine bees from the Maritime Province of Siberia. By T. D. A. 

Cockerell. Art. 6, pp. 1-12. Dec. 23, 1925. 

2608. Buprestid beetles from the Maritime Province of Siberia. By VV. S. Fisher. 

Art. 7, pp. 1-8. Nov. 28, 1925. 

2609. Sawflies from the Maritime Province of Siberia. By S. A. Rohwer. Art. 8, 

pp. 1-12. Dec. 28, 1925. 

2610. North American species of two-winged flies belonging to the tribe Milto- 

grammini. By Harry W. Allen. Art. 9, pp. 1-106, 2 figs., 5 pis. May 27, 1926. 

2611. Field notes on jjall-inhabiting cynipid wasps with descriptions of new species. 

By Lewis H. Weld. Art. 10, pp. 1-131, 8 pis. May 27, 1926. 

2612. New fossil fresh-water mollusks from Florida. By William B. Marshall. 

Art. 11, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Feb. 19, 1926. 

2613. A classification of the toothlike fossils, conodonts, with descriptions of 

American Devonian and Mississippian species. By E. O. Ulrich and Ray 
S. Bassler. Art. 12, pp. 1-63, 5 figs., 11 pis. Mar. 13, 1926. 

2614. Parasitic nematodes from China. By Benjamin Schwartz. Art. 13, pp. 1-10, 

3 figs. Feb. 12, 1926. 

2615. Termites collected on the Mulford Biological Exploration to the Amazon 

Basin, 1921-1922. By Thomas E. Snyder. Art. 14, pp. 1-76, 3 figs., 3 pis. 
Apr. 26, 1926. 

2616. A new nematode from the rat, and its life history. By Eloise B. Cram. Art. 

15, pp. 1-7, 2 pis. Feb. 19, 1926. 

2617. The Nearctic budworms of the lepidopterous genus Heliothis. By S. E. 

Crumb. Art. 16, pp. 1-8, 1 pi. Feb. 12, 1926. 

2618. The minerals of Obsidian Cliff, Yellowstone National Park, and their origin. 

By William F. Foshag. Art. 17, pp. 1-18, 5 figs., 4 pis. June 14, 1926. 

2619. Revision of the American leaf hoppers of the jassid genus Typhlocyba. By 

W. L. McAtee. Art. 18, pp. 1-47, 6 pis. June 10, 1926. 

2620. A revision of the American lice of the genus Pediculus, together with a 

consideration of the significance of their geographical and host distribution. 
By H. E. Ewing. Art. 19, pp. 1-30, 8 figs., 3 pis. June 10, 1926. 

2621. A new genus and species of borborid flies from South America. By Mario 

Bezzi. Art. 20, pp. 1-6, 2 figs. May 13, 1926. 

2622. New genera and species of acalyptrate flies in the United States National 

Museum. By J. R. Malloch. Art. 21, pp. 1-35, 2 pis. May 29, 1926, 

2623. Descriptions of new West Indian longicorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae. 

By Warren S. Fisher. Art. 22, pp. 1-40. June 10, 1926. 

2624. North American two-winged flies of the genus Cylindromyia Meigen (Ocyptera 

of authors). By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 23, pp. 1-27, 1 pi. May 29, 1926. 

2625. A collection of Pleistocene vertebrates from southwestern Texas. By Oliver P. 

Hay. Art. 24, pp. 1-18, 2 figs., 8 pis. June 7, 1926. 



PROCEEDINGS 151 

Proc 

No. 

2626. Amphipods of the family Bateidae in the collection of the United States 

National Museum. By Clarence R. Shoemaker. Art. 25, pp. 1-26, 16 figs. 
June 7, 1926. 

Volume 69 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 69. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-23 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2627-2649, paged separately). 1927. 

2627. A new species of fluke, Parametorchis noveboracensis, from the cat in the 

United States. By See-Lii Hung. Art. 1, pp. 1-2, 1 fig. June 5, 1926. 

2628. The optical properties and chemical composition of glauconite. By Clarence 

S. Ross. Art. 2, pp. 1-15, 2 figs. May 29, 1926. 

2629. Miscellaneous new chalcid-flies of the hymenopterous family Encyrtidae. 

By P. H. Timberlake. Art. 3, pp. 1-34, 1 fig., 2 pis. June 12, 1926. 

2630. The collection of ancient Oriental seals in the United States National Museum. 

By I. M. Casanowicz. Art. 4, pp. 1-23, 20 pis. Sept. 23, 1926. 

2631. Catalogue of human crania in the United States National Museum collections: 

The Algonkin and related Iroquois; Sinuan, Caddoan, Salish and Sahaptin, 
Shoshonean, and Californian Indians. Bv Ales Hrdlicka. Art. 5, pp. 1-127. 
May 4, 1927. 

2632. A new sea star of the genus Evasterias. By W. K. Fisher. Art. 6, pp. 1-5, 2 pis. 

Dec. 16, 1926. 

2633. Descriptions of new reared parasitic Hymenoptera and some notes on 

synonymy. By C, F. W. Muesebeck. Art. 7, pp. 1-18. Oct. 15, 1926. 

2634. Crustaceans of the orders Euphausiacea and Mysidacea from the western 

Atlantic. By Walter M. Tattersall. Art. 8, pp. 1-31, 2 pis. Nov. 20, 1926. 

2635. Review of the American xylotine syrphid-flies. By Raymond C. Shannon. 

Art. 9, pp. 1-52. Dec. 1, 1926. 

2636. The North American two-winged flies of the family Simuliidae. By Harrison 

G. Dyar and Raymond C. Shannon, Art. 10, pp. 1-54, 7 pis. Feb. 25, 1927. 

2637. The chrysotoxine syrphid-flies. By Raymond C. Shannon. Art. 11, pp. 1-20, 

3 figs. Nov. 26, 1926. 

2638. New land and fresh-water moHusks from Central and South America. By 

William B. Marshall. Art. 12, pp. 1-12, 3 pis. Nov. 6, 1926. 

2639. American two-winged flies of the genus Microphthalma Macquart, with 

notes on related forms. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 13, pp. 1-8. Oct. 15, 1926. 

2640. Classification of the cheilostomatous Bryozoa. By Ferdinand Canu and Ray 

S. Bassler. Art. 14, pp. 1-42, 1 pi. Apr. 9, 1927. 

2641. Polvcliaetous annelids from Fiji, Samoa, China, and Japan. By A. L. 

Treadwell. Art. IS, pp. 1-20, 2 pis. Oct. 14, 1926. 

2642. A revision of the parasitic wasps of the subfamily Braconinae occurring in 

America north of Mexico. By C. F. W. Muesebeck. Art. 16, pp. 1-73, 1 fig., 
2 pis. Mar. 17, 1927. 

2643. Identity of Hallowell's snake genera Megalops and Aepidea. By Leonhard 

Stejneger. Art. 17, pp. 1-3. Oct. 16, 1926. 

2644. Notes on the age of the continental Triassic beds in North America, with 

remarks on some fossil vertebrates. By F. R. von Huene. Art. 18, pp. 1-10, 
8 figs. Oct. 15, 1926. 

2645. Kentriodon pernix, a Miocene porpoise from Maryland. By Remington 

Kellocrg. .^rt. 19, pp. 1-55, 20 figs., 14 pis. Feb. 5, 1927. 

2646. Additional new mollusks from Santa Elena Bay, Ecuador. By Paul Bartsch. 

Art. 20, pp. 1-20, 3 pis. Dec. 16, 1926. 

2647. Distributional notes on some Neotropical bugs of the family Nabidae, with 

description of a new species. By Halbert M. Harris. Art. 21, pp. 1-4. 
Nov. 10, 1926. 

2648. Descriptions of new and little known Diptera or two-winged flies. By J. M. 

Aldrich. Art. 22, pp. 1-26. Dec. 27, 1926. 



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No. 

2649. Cymbidium, a new genus of Silurian pentameroid brachiopods from Alaska. 

By Edwin Kirk. Art. 23, pp. 1-5, 1 pi. Nov. 23, 1926. 

Volume 70 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 70. Pp. i-xiii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-23 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 2650-2672, paged separately). 1927. 

2650. American wasps of the genus Sceliphron Klug. By Bennett A. Porter. Art. 1, 

pp. 1-22, 4 pis. Dec. 1, 1926. 

2651. Descriptions of larvae and pupae of two-winged flies belonging to the 

family Leptidae. By Charles T. Greene. Art. 2, pp. 1-20, 3 pis. Nov. 
12, 1926. 

2652. A fossil palm fruit from the middle Eocene of northwestern Peru. By Edward 

W. Berry, Art. 3, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Oct. 5, 1926. 
«=:. 2653. New urocoptid land shells from Mexico. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 4, pp. 1-13, 
1 pi. Nov. 29, 1926. 

2654. A collection of birds from the Provinces of Yunnan and Szechwan, China, 

made for the National Geographic Society by Dr. Joseph F. Rock. By 
J. H. Riley. Art. 5, pp. 1-70. Oct. 23, 1926. 

2655. Nematode eggs from the gill region of a shark, Car char hinus mllberti. By 

G. A. MacCallum. Art. 6, pp. 1-2, 1 fig. Oct. 15, 1926. 

2656. Notes on cestode parasites of birds. By Edwin Linton. Art. 7, pp. 1-73, 

IS pis. Feb. 8, 1927. 

2657. Some braconid and chalcid flies from Formosa parasitic on aphids. By A. B. 

Gahan. Art. 8, pp. 1-7. Jan. 7, 1927. 

2658. A review of the South American two-winged flies of the family Syrphidae. 

By Raymond C. Shannon. Art. 9, pp. 1-33, 1 pi. Apr. 29, 1927. 

2659. On a collection of Copepoda from Florida, with a description of Diaptomus 

floridanus, new species. By C. Dwight Marsh. Art. 10, pp. 1-4, 6 figs. 
Dec. 16, 1926. 

2660. New west American marine mollusks. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 11, pp. 1-36, 6 

pis. Apr. 8, 1927. 

2661. Tanaodon, a new molluscan genus from the Middle Devonian of China. By 

Edwin Kirk. Art. 12, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Feb. 25, 1927. 

2662. Contribution to the anatomy of the Chinese finless porpoise, Neomeris 

phocaenoides. By A. Brazier Howell. Art. 13, pp. 1-43, 14 figs., 1 pi. 
Mar. 11, 1927. 

2663. A taxonomic and ecological review of the North American chalcid-flies of 

the genus Callimome. By L. L. Huber. Art. 14, pp. 1-114, 4 pis. May 
25, 1927. 

2664. Generic names applied to birds during the years 1916 to 1932, inclusive, with 

additions to Waterhouse's "Index Generum Avium." By Charles W. Rich- 
mond. Art. 15, pp. 1-44. Apr. 6, 1927. 

2665. Foraminifera of the genus Ehrenbergina and its species. By Joseph A. Cush- 

man. Art. 16, pp. 1-8, 2 pis. Feb. 25, 1927. 

2666. Description of a new dragon fly from Lower Siam belonging to the genut 

Urothemis. By F. F. Laidlaw. Art. 17, 1-3, 1 pi. Feb. 25, 1927. 

2667. Small shells from dredgings off the southeast coast of the United States by the 

United States Fisheries steamer Albatross in 1885 and 1886. By William 
H. Dall. Art. 18, pp. 1-134. Apr. 20, 1927. 

2668. Diagnoses of undescribed new species of mollusks in the collection of the 

United States National Museum. By William Healey Dall. Art. 19, pp. 1-11. 
Feb. 9, 1927. 
2669. The occurrence and properties of chlorophoenicite, a new arsenate from 
Franklin, New Jersej'. By William F. Foshag, Harry Berman, and 
Robert B. Gage. Art. 20, pp. 1-6, 2 figs. Mar. 17, 1927. 



PROCEEDINGS 153 

Proe. 
No. 

2670. A stony meteorite from Forksville, Mecklenburg County, Virginia. By George 

P. Merrill. Art. 21, pp. 1-4, 3 pis. Feb. 23, 1927. 

2671. Richmond faunal zones in Warren and Clinton Counties, Ohio. By George 

M. Austin. Art. 22, pp. 1-18. May 4, 1927. 

2672. A revision of the beetles of the genus Oedionychis occurring in America 

north of Mexico. By Doris Holmes Blake. Art. 23, pp. 1-44, 1 fig., 2 pis. 
Apr. 25, 1927. 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-24 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2673-2696, paged separately). 1928. 

2673. Description of a new species of fresh-water copepod of the genus Moraria from 

Canada. By Arthur Willey. Art. 1, pp. 1-12, 30 figs. Apr. 6, 1927. 

2674. The beetles of the family Cleridae collected on the Mulford Biological Explora- 

tion of the Amazon Basin, 1921-1922. By Edward A. Chapin. Art. 2, 
pp. 1-10, 1 fig. Mar. 17, 1927. 

2675. On a collection of orthopteroid insects from Java made by Owen Bryant and 

William Palmer in 1909. By A. N. Caudell. Art. 3, pp. 1-42, 4 figs. Apr. 
23, 1927. 

2676. Miscellaneous descriptions of new parasitic Hymenoptera with some synony- 

mical notes. By A. B. Gahan. Art. 4, pp. 1-39, 3 figs., 1 pi. Apr. 18, 1927. 

2677. A new parasitic nematode from an unknown species of bat. By Benjamin 

Schwartz. Art. 5, pp. 1-4, 4 figs. Apr. 6, 1927. 

2678. A new genus and two new species of South American fresh-water musscis. 

By William B. Marshall. Art. 6, pp. 1-4, 2 pis. Apr. 9, 1927. 

2679. Orthopteroid insects from the Maritime Provine of Siberia. By A. N. Cauaeii. 

Art. 7, pp. 1-7, 2 figs. May 21, 1927. 

2680. Larger Foraminifera of the genus Lepidocyclina related to Lepidocycimu 

mantelli. By T. Wayland Vaughan. Art. 8, pp. 1-5, 4 pis. May 23, 1927. 

2681. The digger wasps of North America of the genus Podalonia (Psammop/iila). 

By H. T. Fernald. Art. 9, pp. 1-42, 4 figs., 2 pis. May 2, 1927. 

2682. Notes on fishes obtained in Sumatra, Java, and Tahiti. By Henry W. Fowici 

and Barton A. Bean, Art. 10, pp. 1-15, 2 figs. May 4, 1927. 

2683. Notes on the melitaeid butterfly Euphydryas phaeton (Drury), with descrip- 

tions of a new subspecies and a new variety. By Austin H. Clark. Art. 11, 
pp. 1-22, 5 pis. Apr. 22, 1927. 

2684. Megachilid bees from Bolivia collected by the Mulford Biological Expedition, 

1921-22. By T. D. A. Cockerell. Art. 12, pp. 1-22. June 3, 1927. 

2685. A revision of the cottoid fishes of the genus Artediellus. By Peter Schmidt. 

Art. 13, pp. 1-10. July 12, 1927. 

2686. A new type of caddis case from the lower Eocene of Tennessee. By Edward 

W. Berry. Art. 14, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. July 1, 1927. 

2687. On fossil turtles from the Pleistocene of Florida. By Charles W. Gilmore. 

Art. IS, pp. 1-10, 4 figs., 5 pis. Aug. 30, 1927. 

2688. Some peculiar fossil forms from Maryland. By Wendell C. Mansfield. Art. 

16, pp. 1-9, 5 pis. July 13, 1927. 

2689. The Maskell species of scale insects of the subfamily Asterolecaniinae. By 

Harold Morrison and Emily Morrison. Art. 17, pp. 1-67, 29 pis. Aug. 29, 
1927. 

2690. The geologj', petrography, and mineralogy of the vicinity of Italian Mountain, 

Gunnison County, Colorado. By Whitman Cross and Earl V. Shannon. Art. 
18, pp. 1-42, 17 figs., 2 pis. Sept. 26, 1927. 

2691. The American moths of the genus Diatraea and allies. By Harrison G. Dyar 

and Carl Heinrich. Art. 19, pp. 1-48, 20 pis. Aug. 23, 1927. 

2692. Pycnodesma, a new molluscan genus from the Silurian of Alaska. By Edwin 

Kirk. Art. 20, pp. 1-9, 2 pis. Aug. 4, 1927. 



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2693. A recently found iron meteorite from Oakley, Idaho. By George P. Merrill. 

Art. 21, pp. 1-3, 2 pl8. Sept. 12, 1927. 

2694. A new nematode, Nematodirus antilocaprae, from the prong-horn antelope, 

with a key to the species of Nematodirus. By Emraett W. Price. Art. 22, 
pp. 1-4, 1 pi. July 7, 1927. 

2695. A fossil insect from the lower Permian of the Grand Canyon. By Frank M. 

Carpenter. Art. 23, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. July 1, 1927. 

2696. Catalogue of human crania in the United States National Museum collections: 

Australians, Tasmanians, South African Bushmen, Hottentots, and Negroes. 
By Ales Hrdli£ka. Art. 24, pp. 1-140. Mar. 5, 1928. 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-25 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2697-2721, paged separately). 1928. 

2697. Description of Ancylostoma pluridentatum, a hookworm of carnivores, and a 

review of the genus Ancylostoma. By Benjamin Schwartz. Art. 1, pp. 1-9, 
6 figs. Oct. 27, 1927. 

2698. Undescribed crane flies from the Holarctic region in the United States National 

Museum. By Charles P. Alexander. Art. 2, pp. 1-17, 1 pi. Nov. 2, 1927. 

2699. New species of mollusks of the genus Corbicula from Uruguay and Brazil. 

By William B. Marshall. Art. 3, pp. 1-7, 1 pi. Sept. 30, 1927. 

2700. Heretofore undescribed meteoric irons from [1] Bolivia, South America, 

[2] western Arkansas, and [3] Seneca Township, Michigan. By George 
P. Merrill. Art. 4, pp. 1-4, 2 pis. Sept. 29, 1927. 

2701. A bibliography of the conodonts with descriptions of early Mississippian 

species. By Grace B. Holmes. Art. 5, pp. 1-38, 11 pis. Feb. 7, 1928. 

2702. Insects of the subclass Apterygota from Central America and the West Indies. 

By J. W. Folsom. Art. 6, pp. 1-16, 8 pis. Dec. 10, 1927. 

2703. Redescription of types of American muscoid flies in the collection of the Vienna 

Natural History Museum, with incidental notes. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 7, 
pp. 1-35, 3 figs. Dec. 31, 1927. 

2704. New parasitic Hymenoptera of the subfamily Anteoninae from the Americas. 

By F. A. Fenton. Art. 8, pp. 1-16, 2 pis. Oct. 29, 1927. 

2705. New species of two-winged flies of the family Cyrtidae, with a new genus 

from the Philippines. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 9, pp. 1-4, 2 figs. Oct. 13, 1927. 

2706. Additions to the Upper Cretaceous invertebrate faunas of the Carolinas. By 

Lloyd W. Stephenson. Art. 10, pp. 1-25, 9 pis. Oct. 29, 1927. 

2707. Rossite and metarossite; two new vanadates from Colorado. By William F. 

Foshag and Frank L. Hess. Art. 11, pp. 1-12, 2 figs. Dec. 31, 1927. 

2708. Crystalline carnotite from Utah. By Frank L. Hess and William F. Foshag. 

Art. 12, pp. 1-6. Nov. 29, 1927. 

2709. Miscellaneous notes and descriptions of ichneumon-flies. By R. A. Cushman. 

Art. 13, pp. 1-22, 2 figs. Oct. 29, 1927. 

2710. Fossil and Recent Bryozoa of the Gulf of Mexico region. By Ferdinand Canu 

and Ray S. Bassler. Art. 14, pp. 1-199, 35 figs., 34 pis. Mar. 9, 1928. 

2711. The Australian land shell, Thersltes b'lpartita, and its allies. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 15, pp. 1-16, 3 pis. Oct. 25, 1927. 

2712. The rodents of the genus Plagiodontia. By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. Art. K, 

1-8, 1 pi, Sept. 30, 1927. 

2713. On some terrestrial isopods in the United States National Museum. By Ham 

Lohmander. Art. 17, pp. 1-18, 6 figs. Oct. 13, 1927. 

2714. Millipeds of the order Colobognatha, with descriptions of six new genera 

and type species, from Arizona and California. By O. F. Cook and H. F. 
Loomis. Art. 18, pp. 1-26, 6 figs., 2 pis. Mar. 16, 1928. 

2715. The green pit viper, Trimeresurus gramineus, in China. By Leonhard Stej- 

neger. Art. 19, pp. 1-10, 2 figs. Dec. 15, 1927. 



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2716. Foraminifera of the genus Siphonina and related genera. By Joseph A. Cush- 

man. Art. 20, pp. 1-lS, 4 pis. Dec. 14, 1927. 

2717. The oxidation of meteoric irons with comparative descriptions of two new 

examples of magnetic iron oxides from terrestrial sources. By Earl V. 
Shannon. Art. 21, pp. 1-15. Oct. 13, 1927. 

2718. On newly discovered meteoric irons from the Wallapai (Hualapai) Indian 

Reservation, Arizona. By George P. Merrill. Art. 22, pp. 1-4, 3 pli. 
Dec. 27, 1927. 

2719. The flora of the Esmeralda formation in western Nevada. By Edward W. 

Berry. Art. 23, pp. 1-15, 2 pis. Dec. 19, 1927. 

2720. Description of a new species of gecko from Tanganyika Territory, Africa. 

By Arthur Loveridge. Art. 24, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. Mar. 14, 1928. 

2721. Synopsis of pentatomid bugs of the subfamilies Megaridinae and Canopinae. 

By W. L. McAtee and J. R. Malloch. Art. 25, pp. 1-25, 2 pis. Feb. 14, 1928. 

Volume 73 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 73. Pp. i-xv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-24 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2722-2745, paged separately). 1929. 

2722. Notes on trematode parasites of birds. By Edwin Linton. Art. 1, pp. 1-36, 11 

pis. Mar. 17, 1928. 

2723. Two new nematodes of the family Strongylidae, parasitic in the intestines of 

mammals. By Benjamin Schwartz. Art. 2, pp. 1-5, 2 pis. Mar. 21, 1928. 

2724. Further consideration of the shell of Chelys and of the constitution of the 

armor of turtles in general. By Oliver P. Hay. Art. 3, pp. 1-12, 2 pis. 
Mar. 21, 1928. 

2725. New helminth parasites from Central American mammals. By Emmett W. 

Price. Art. 4, pp. 1-7, 2 pis. Mar. 30, 1928. 

2726. Two common species of parasitic Crustacea (Sacculinidae) of the West Indies. 

By H. Boschma. Art. 5, pp. 1-10, 6 figs. May 19, 1928. 

2727. Two new crabs from the Eocene of Texas. By Mary J. Rathbun. Art. 6, 

pp. 1-6, 3 pis. Apr. 3, 1928. 

2728. A new fossil reptile from the Triassic of New Jersey. By Charles W. Gilmore. 

Art. 7, pp. 1-8, 3 figs., 3 pis. Mar. 30, 1928. 

2729. A revision of the American parasitic flies belonging to the genus Belvosia. 

By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 8, pp. 1-45. May 17, 1928. 

2730. The scorpions of the western part of the United States, with notes on those 

occurring in northern Mexico. By H. E. Ewing. Art. 9, pp. 1-24, 1 fig., 2 pit. 
May 24, 1928. 

2731. New Vicksburg (OHgocene) mollusks from Mexico. By C. Wythe Cooke. Art. 

10, pp. 1-11, 2 pis. Apr. 24, 1928. 

2732. A prehistoric pit house village site on the Columbia River at Wahluke, Grant 

County, Wash. By Herbert W. Krieger. Art. 11, pp. 1-29, 7 pis. May 17, 
1928. 

2733. A revision of the lizards of the genus Ctenosaura. By John Wendell Bailey. 

Art. 12, pp. 1-58, 30 pis. Sept. 26, 1928. 

2734. Fossil nutlets of the genus Lithospermum. By Edward W. Berry. Art. 13, 

pp. 1-3, 1 pi. May 1, 1928. 

2735. Fire-making apparatus in the United States National Museum. By Walter 

Hough. Art. 14, pp. 1-72, 56 figs., 11 pis. June 22, 1928. 

2736. Contribution to the comparative anatomy of the eared and earless seals (genera 

Zalophus and Phoca). By A. Brazier Howell. Art. 15, pp. 1-142, 30 figs., 
1 pi. Jan. 26, 1929. 

2737. Zeolites from Ritter Hot Spring, Grant County, Oregon, By D. F. Hewett, 

Earl V. Shannon, and Forest A. Gonyer. Art. 16, pp. 1-18, 1 fig., 2 pl». 
June 12. 1928. 



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2738. Field notes on vertebrates collected by the Smithsonian-Chrysler East African 

Expedition of 1926. By Arthur Loveridge. Art. 17, pp. 1-69, 4 pis. June 
20, 1928. 

2739. Two new species of commensal copepods from the Woods Hole region. By 

H. R. Seiwell. Art. 18, pp. 1-5, 2 pis. June 4, 1928. 

2740. New moths of the family Ceruridae (Notodontidae) in the United States 

National Museum. By William Schaus. Art. 19, pp. 1-90. June 27, 1928. 

2741. The Florida tree snails of the genus Liguus. By Charles Torrey Simpson. Art. 

20, pp. 1-44, 1 fig., 4 pis. May 11, 1929. 

2742. Concerning the origin of the metal in meteorites. By George P. Merrill. Art. 

21, pp. 1-7, 3 pis. June 20, 1928. 

2743. Tertiary fossil plants from the Argentine Republic. By Edward W. Berry. 

Art. 22, pp. 1-27, 1 fig., 5 pis. Oct. 17, 1828. 

2744. Notes on American two-winged flies of the family Sapromyzidae. By J. R. 

Malloch. Art. 23, pp. 1-18, 5 figs. June 23, 1928. 

2745. A new pterosaurian reptile from the marine Cretaceous of Oregon. By Charles 

W. Gilmore. Art. 24, pp. 1-5, 2 figs. June 25, 1928. 

Volume 74 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 74. Pp. i-xii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-26 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2746-2771, paged separately). 1929. 

2746. New Diptera or two-winged flies from South America. By J. M. Aldrich. 

Art. 1, pp. 1-25, 2 figs. Dec. 1, 1928. 

2747. Three new species of two-winged flies of the family Bombyliidae from India. 

By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 2, pp. 1-3. Oct. 26, 1928. 

2748. New fossil pearly fresh-water mussels from deposits on the upper Amazon 

of Peru. By William B. Marshall. Art. 3, pp. 1-7, 1 pi. Oct. 31, 1928. 

2749. Two new nematode worms from rodents. By Emmett W. Price. Art. 4, pp. 

1-5, 2 pis. Nov. 10, 1928. 

2750. Fossil footprints from the Fort Union (Paleocene) of Montana. By Charles 

W. Gilmore. Art. 5, pp. 1-4, 1 fig., 3 pis. Oct. 6, 1928. 

2751. Notes on some Oriental sapromyzid flies (Diptera), with particular reference 

to the Philippine species. By J. R. Malloch. Art. 6, pp. 1-97, 6 pis. Apr. 
24, 1929. 

2752. A revision of the wood-warbler genus Bas'tleuterus and its allies. By W. E. 

Clyde Todd. Art. 7, pp. 1-95, 1 fig. Apr. 26, 1929. 

2753. Five new parasitic flies reared from beetles in China and India. By J. M. 

Aldrich. Art. 8, pp. 1-7. Oct. 19, 1928. 

2754. Moniezia, a genus of cestode worms and the proposed reduction of its species 

to three. By E. Leonard Taylor. Art. 9, pp. 1-9, 5 pis. Nov. 24, 1928. 

2755. Tropical American Diptera or two-winged flies of the family DoHchopodidac 

from Central and South America. By M. C. Van Duzee. Art. 10, pp. 1-64, 
2 pis. Feb. 9, 1929. 

2756. Synopsis and description of North American tadpoles. By A. H. Wright. Art. 

11, pp. 1-70, 9 pis. June 4, 1929. 

2757. A new polychaetous annelid of the genus Phyllodoce from the west coast of 

Costa Rica. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Art. 12, pp. 1-3, 3 figs. Nov. 10, 1928. 

2758. Tschermigite, ammoniojarosite, epsomite, celestite, and paligorskite from south- 

ern Utah. By Earl V. Shannon. Art. 13, pp. 1-12, 1 fig. Jan. 31, 1929, 

2759. New fossil moUusks from the Miocene of Virginia and North Carolina, with 

a brief outline of the divisions of the Chesapeake group. By Wendell C. 
Mansfield. Art. 14, pp. 1-11, 5 pis. Jan. 14, 1929. 

2760. The fossil crinoid genus Fasocriiius Lyon. By Edwin Kirk. Art. 15, pp. 1-16, 

2 pis. Jan. 29, 1929, 

2761. A revision of the North American ichneumon-flies of the genus Mesostenus and 

related genera. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 16, pp. 1-58, 8 figs. Feb. 20, 1929. 



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No. 

2762. New fresh-water and marine bivalve shells from Brazil and Uruguay. By 

William B. Marshall. Art. 17, pp. 1-7, 4 pis. Oct. 26, 1928. 

2763. Bathmopterus, a new fossil gasteropod genus from the Silurian of Alaska. By 

Edwin Kirk. Art. 18, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Dec. 13, 1928. 

2764. Further studies of types of American muscoid flies in the collection of the 

Vienna Natural History Museum. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 19, pp. 1-34, 2 
figs. Feb. 25, 1929. 

2765. A new species of trichostrong>did worm of the genus Cooperia from the Carabao 

in the Philippine Islands, with a review of the genus. By Benjamin 
Schwartz. Art. 20, pp. 1-5, 1 fig., 1 pi. Nov. 27, 1928. 

2766. Miargyrite silver ore from the Randsburg district, California. By Earl V. 

Shannon. Art. 21, pp. 1-10, 3 figs. Jan. 31, 1929. 

2767. Two new frogs from Jamaica. By Emmett Reid Dunn. Art. 22, pp. 1-2. Dec. 

18, 1928. 

2768. Mineralogy and geolcgj' of Cerro Mercado, Durango, Mexico. By William 

F. Foshag. Art. 23, pp. 1-27, 3 figs., 4 pis. Feb. 20, 1929. 

2769. Notes and new species of American moths of the genus Scoparia Haworth. 

By Harrison G. Dyar. Art. 24, pp. 1-9. Jan. 31, 1929. 

2770. A new salamander from southern California. By Emmett Reid Dunn. Art. 

25, pp. 1-3. Jan. 31, 1929. 

2771. The gums of the porpoise Phocoenoides dalU (True). By Gerrit S. Miller, Jr. 

Art. 26, pp. 1-4, 4 pis. Jan. 26, 1929, 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-26 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2772-2797, paged separately). 1929. 

2772. Mammals from China in the collections of the United States National Museum. 

By A. Brazier Howell. Art. 1, pp. 1-82, 10 pis. June 7, 1929. 

2773. Beetle larvae of the subfamily Galerucinae, By Adam G. Boving. Art. 2, 

pp. 1-48, 3 figs., 5 pis. Apr. 13, 1929. 

2774. On some new and interesting species of water beetles of the family Gyrinidae 

in the United States National Museum. By Georg Ochs. Art, 3, pp. 1-6, 
Jan, 31, 1929, 

2775. A review of the birds of the islands of Siberut and Sipora, Mentawi group 

(Spolia Mentawiensia). By J. H. Riley. Art. 4, pp. 1-45, 1 pi. Apr, 6, 1929. 

2776. A generic revision of the fossorlal wasps of the tribes Stizini and Bembicini, 

with notes and descriptions of new species. By John Bernard Parker. Art. 5, 
pp, 1-203, 15 pis. June 7, 1929, 

2777. Some new genera and species of nematode worms, Filarioidea, from animals 

dying in the Calcutta Zoological Garden, By Asa C. Chandler, Art, 6, pp, 
1-10, 3 pis, Apr, 6, 1929. 

2778. A revision of the American two-winged flies of the psychodid subfamily Bruch- 

omyinae. By Charles P. Alexander. Art. 7, pp. 1-9, 2 figs. Mar. 21, 1929. 

2779. Notes on some North American moths of the subfamily Eucosminae. By Carl 

Heinrich. Art. 8, pp, 1-23, 5 pis. Apr, 5, 1929. 

2780. Recent Foraminifera from off Juan Fernandez Islands. By Joseph A, Cush- 

man and R, T. D, Wickenden, Art, 9, pp, 1-16, 6 pis. Apr. 16, 1929. 

2781. A summary of the earthworm fauna of Burma with descriptions of fourteen 

new species. By G. E. Gates. Art, 10, pp, 1-41, 24 figs. June 28, 1929. 

2782. A contribution to our knowledge of the anatomy of the fresh-water mussels 

of the District of Columbia, By Lucy Reardon, Art, 11, pp, 1-12, 5 pis. 
Apr, 22, 1929. 
278S. A new liver fluke from a monkey and new parasitic roundworms from various 
African animals. By J, H, Sandground. Art, 12, pp. 1-11, 2 pis. June 
10, 1929. 
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2784. Bugs of the family Miridae of tht District of Columbia and vicinity. By H. H. 

Knight and W. L. McAtce. Art. 13, pp. 1-27. June 8, 1929. 

2785. Distribution and icey of the North American copepods of the genus Diaptomus, 

with the description of a new species. By C. Dwight Marsh. Art. 14, pp. 
1-27, 16 figs. June 28, 1929. 

2786. A new crab from the Eocene of Florida. By Mary J. Rathbun. Art. 15, pp. 

1-4, 3 pis. May 6, 1929. 

2787. A newly found meteoric stone reported by W. B. Lang from Peck's Spring, 

Midland County, Tex. By George P. Merrill. Art. 16, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. 
May 6, 1929. 

2788. A new nematode, Sincosta aberrans, new genus and new species from a rodent. 

By Glenwcod C. Roe, Art. 17, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. May 11, 1929. 

2789. A synopsis of the trematode family Schistosomidae, with descriptions of new 

genera and species. By Emmett W. Price. Art. 18, pp. 1-39, IS pis. June 
28, 1929. 

2790. A revision of the beetles of the tenebrionid tribe Usechini, with descriptions 

of a new genus and new species. By Frank E. Blaisdell, Sr. Art. 19, pp. 
1-14, 2 figs., 1 pi. Sept. 25, 1929. 

2791. Tapeworms of the genera Rhabdometra and Paruterina found in the quail and 

yellow-billed cuckoo. By Myrna F. Jones. Art. 20, pp. 1-8, 1 pi. June 13, 
1929. 

2792. A new species of the trematode worms belonging to the genus Hasstilesia from 

rabbits in Texas. By Asa C. Chandler. Art. 21, pp. 1-5, 4 figs. June 7, 1929. 

2793. Pagecrinus, a new crinoid genus from the American Devonian. By Edwin 

Kirk. Art. 23, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. June 7, 1929. 

2794. A new species of mosquito from Montana, with annotated list of the species 

known from the State. By Harrison G. Dyar. Art. 23, pp. 1-8. June 7, 1929. 

2795. Tertiary fossil plants from Colombia, South America. By Edward W. Berry. 

Art. 24, pp. 1-12, 5 pis. June 14, 1929. 

2796. Recent Foraminifera from the west coast of South America. By Joseph A. 

Cushman and Betty Kellett. Art. 25, pp. 1-16, 5 pis. June 19, 1929. 

2797. Two new species of polychaetous annelids from the Argentine coast. By A. L. 

Treadwell. Art. 26, pp. 1-5, 6 figs. June 7, 1929. 

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Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 76. Pp. i-xiv (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-26 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2798-2823, paged separately). 1930. 

2798. New fossil land and fresh-water mollusks from the Reynosa formation of 

Texas. By William B. Marshall. Art. 1, pp. 1-6, 1 pi. June 10, 1929. 

2799. A revision of the two-winged flies of the genus Procecidochares in North 

America, with an allied new genus. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 2, pp. 1-13. 
June 7, 1929. 

2800. Descriptions of new species of Foraminifera of the genus D'lscocydina from 

the Eocene of Mexico. By Thomas Wayland Vaughan. Art. 3, pp. 1-lJ, 
7 pis. June 10, 1929. 

2801. North American species of the weevils of the otiorhynchid genus Mesagroicus. 

By L. L. Buchanan. Art. 4, pp. 1-14, 1 fig., 2 pis. June 27, 1929. 

2802. Three new land shells of the genus Oreohelix from Arizona. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 5, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. Oct. 10, 1929. 

2803. New species of buprestid beetles from Costa Rica. By W. S. Fisher. Art. 6, 

pp. 1-20. Oct. 22, 1929. 

2804. Briarosaccus callosus, a new genus and new species of a rhizocephalan para- 

site of Lithodes agassizii Smith. By H. Boschraa. Art. 7, pp. 1-8, 8 figs. Mar. 
13, 1930. 

2805. A new variety of the hexactinellid sponge, Rhabdocalyptus daiasoni (Lambe) 

and the species of Rhabdocalyptus. By H. V. Wilson and J. T. Penney. Art. 
8, pp. 1-9, 2 pis. Feb. 5, 1930. 



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No. 

2806. New Lower and Middle Cambrian Crustacea. By Charles E. Resser. Art. 9, 

pp. 1-18, 7 pis. Dec. 27, 1929. 

2807. Notes on the species of myctophine fishes represented by type specimens in the 

United States National Museum. By Albert Eide Parr. Art. 10, pp. 1-47, 
21 figs. Dec. 27, 1929. 

2808. Revision of the two-winged flies of the genus Coelopa Meigen in North Amer- 

ica. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 11, pp. 1-6. Nov. 16, 1929. 

2809. Two new species of trematodes of the genus Parametorchis from fur-bearing 

animals. By Emmett W. Price. Art. 12, pp. 1-S, 2 figs. Nov. 19, 1929. 

2810. The bryozoan fauna of the Galapagos Islands. By Ferdinand Canu and R. S. 

Bassier. Art. 13, pp. 1-78, 13 figs., 14 pis. Jan. 20, 1930. 

2811. The Middle Devonian Traverse group of rocks in Michigan, a summary of 

existing knowledge. By Erwin R. Pohl. Art. 4, pp. 1-34, 2 pis. Jan. 10, 1930. 

2812. New genera and species of muscoid flies. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 15, pp. 1-13. 

Nov. 16, 1929. 

2813. Oolites or cave pearls in the Carlsbad Caverns. By Frank L. Hess. Art. 16, 

pp. 1-5, 8 pis. Oct. 28, 1929. 

2814. Contribution to the taxonomy of Asiatic wasps of the genus Tiphia (Scoliidae). 

By H. W. Allen and H. A. Jaynes. Art. 17, pp. 1-105, 1 fig., 4 pis. Mar. 
5, 1930. 

2815. Two new mollusks of the genera Ostrea and Exogyra from the Austin chalk, 

Texas. By Lloyd VV. Stephenson. Art. 18, pp. 1-6, 3 pis. Dec. 23, 1929. 

2816. The Foraminifera of the Ripley formation on Coon Creek, Tennessee. By 

Willard Berry and Louis Kelley. Art. 19, pp. 1-20, 3 pis. Dec. 19, 1929. 

2817. Notes on the muscoid flies of the genera Opelousia and Opsodexia with the 

description of three new species. By H. J. Reinhard. Art. 20, pp. 1-9. Nov. 
27, 1929. 

2818. Ordovician trilobites of the family Telephidae and concerned stratigraphic 

correlations. By E. O. Ulrich. Art. 21, pp. 1-101, 8 pis. Feb. 4, 1930. 

2819. Mitrospira, a new Ordovician gasteropod genus. By Edwin Kirk. Art. 22, 

pp. 1-6, 3 pis. Jan. 8, 1930. 

2820. A new fossil coral from the Cretaceous of Texas. By J. Edward Hoffmeister. 

Art. 23, pp. 1-3, 2 pis. Dec. 21, 1929. 

2821. A systematic classification for the birds of the world. By Alexander Wetmore. 

Art. 24, pp. 1-8. Jan. 8, 1930. 

2822. New species of ichneumon-flies and taxonoraic notes. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 

25, pp. 1-18. Jan. 6, 1930. 

2823. A nearly complete carapace of a fossil turtle, Amyda •virglmana (Clark). By 

W. Gardner Lynn. Art. 26, pp. 1-4, 2 pis. Dec. 23, 1929. 

Volume 77 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-20 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2824-2843, paged separately). 1931. 

2824. Two new species of trematode worms of the genus Eucotyle from North Amer- 

ican birds. By Emmett W. Price. Art. 1, pp. 1-4, 2 figs. Jan. 18, 1930. 

2825. New land and fresh-water mollusks from South America. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 2, pp. 1-7, 2 pis. Jan. 25, 1930. 

2826. A revision of the North American species of ichneumon-flies of the genus 

Odontomerus. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 3, pp. 1-15, 4 figs. Feb. 4, 1930. 

2827. The lysianassid amphipod crustaceans of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and 

New Brunswick in the United States National Museum. By Clarence R. 
Shoemaker. Art. 4, pp. 1-19, 10 figs. Mar. 3, 1930. 

2828. The excavation and repair of Betatakin. By Neil Merton Judd. Art. 5, pp. 

1-77, 28 figs., 46 pis. Sept. 2, 1930. 

2829. A monograph of the foraminiferal family Polymorphinidae, Recent and fossil. 

By Joseph A. Cushman and Yoshiaki Ozawa. Art 6, pp. 1-195, 2 figs., 40 
pis. Aug. 29, 1930. 



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No. 

2830. The caudal molt of certain coraciiform, coliiform, and piciforna birds. By 

Herbert Friedmann. Art. 7, pp. 1-6. Mar. 13, 1930. 

2831. Synonymical and descriptive notes on parasitic Hymenoptera. By A. B. Gahan. 

Art. 8, pp. 1-12. Apr. 9, 1930. 

2832. Three new genera and five new species of parasitic Crustacea. By H. F. Nisr- 

strasz and G. A. Brender a Brandis. Art. 9, pp. 1-9, 20 figs. Apr. 8, 1930. 

2833. A nearly complete shell of the extinct turtle, Trachemys sculpta. By Charles 

W. Gilmore. Art. 10, pp. 1-8, 2 figs., 3 pis. Apr. 8, 1930. 

2834. The herpetological collections made by Dr. Hugh M. Smith in Siam from 1923 

to 1929. By Doris M. Cochran. Art. 11, pp. 1-39, 6 figs. Apr. 30, 1930. 

2835. Birds from the small islands off the northeast coast of Dutch Borneo. By J. H. 

Riley. Art. 12, pp. 1-23, 1 pi. Oct. 21, 1930. 

2836. Some peculiar spiral fossil forms from California and Mexico. By Wendell C. 

Mansfield. Art. 13, pp. 1-3, 2 pis. Oct. 22, 1930. 
2937. New forms of sphecoid wasps of the genus Didineis Wesmael. By J. R. Mal- 
loch and S. A. Rohwer. Art. 14, pp. 1-7, 8 figs. Oct. 22, 1930. 

2838. Birds collected in Inner Mongolia, Kansu, and Chihli by the National Geo- 

graphic Society's Central-China Expedition under the direction of F. R. 
Wulsin. By J. H. Riley. Art. 15, pp. 1-39. Oct. 29, 1930. 

2839. On dinosaurian reptiles from the Two Medicine formaton of Montana. By 

Charles W. Gilmore. Art. 16, pp. 1-39, 18 figs., 10 pis. Nov. 20, 1930. 

2840. Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platysto- 

moidea. By W. Dwight Pierce. Art. 17, pp. 1-34, 5 pis. Dec. 10, 1930. 

2841. New species of North American weevils of the genus Lixus. By F. H. Chitten- 

den. Art. 18, pp. 1-25, 1 pi. Nov. 15, 1930. 

2842. Notes on the rhinotragine beetles of the family Cerambycidae, with descrip- 

tions of new species. By W. S. Fisher, Art. 19, pp. 1-20. Oct. 15, 1930. 

2843. The taxonomy and host relationships of the biting lice of the genera Dennyus 

and Eureum, including the descriptions of a new genus, subgenus, and four 
new species. By H. E. Ewing. Art. 20, pp. 1-16, 7 figs. Oct. 15, 1930. 

Volume 78 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-23 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2844-2866, paged separately). 1931. 

2844. New two-winged flies of the family Calliphoridae from China. By J. M. Aid- 

rich. Art. 1, pp. 1-5, 3 figs. Sept. 25, 1930. 

2845. Catalogue of human crania in the United States National Museum collections: 

Pueblos, southern Utah Basket-makers, Navaho, By Ales Hrdlicka. Art. 2, 
pp. 1-95. Apr. 9, 1931, 

2846. A new species of trematode worm of the genus Ornithob'tlharzia from a Cana- 

dian goose. By Rudolf Wetzel. Art. 3, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Oct. 25, 1930. 

2847. Cambrian bivalved Crustacea of the order Conchostraca. By E. O. Ulrich and 

R. 8. Bassler. Art. 4, pp. 1-130, 10 pis. Apr. 13, 1931. 

2848. New and old land shells from the island of Luzon, Philippines. By Paul 

Bartsch. Art. 5, pp. 1-20, 9 pis. Nov. 25, 1930. 

2849. The South American lizards in the collection of the United States National 

Museum. By Charles E. Burt and May Danheira Burt. Art. 6, pp. 1-52. 
Nov. 25, 1930. 

2850. A revision of the species of Coccophagus, a genus of hymenopterous, coccid- 

inhabiting parasites. By Harold Compere. Art. 7, pp. 1-132, 14 pis. Mar. 
12, 1931. 

2851. Fossil decapod crustaceans from Mexico. By Mary J, Rathbun. Art. 8, pp. 

1-10, 6 pis. Nov. 1, 1930. 

2852. American two-winged flies of the genus Stylogaster Macquart. By J. M. Aid- 

rich, Art, 9, pp. 1-27. Oct. 15, 1930. 

2853. A revision of the North American tachinid flies of the genus Achaetoneura. 

By R. T. Webber. Art. 10, pp. 1-37, 14 figs. Dec. 10, 1930. 



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No. 

2854. Restudy of some Burgess shale fossils. By George Evelyn Hutchinson. Art. 11, 

pp. 1-24, 5 figs., 1 pi. Nov. 4, 1930. 

2855. Notes on the types of American two-winged flies of the genus Sarcophaga and 

a few related forms, described by the early authors. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 
12, pp. 1-39, 3 pis. Nov. 5, 193o! 

2856. Exploration of ruins in the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, Ari- 

zona. By Walter Hough. Art. 13, pp. 1-21, 9 figs., 10 pis. Oct. 25, 1930. 

2857. Notes on ichneumon-flies of the genus Polycyrtus with descriptions of new 

species. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 14, pp. 1-62. Mar. 31, 1931. 

2858. Notes on some acalyptrate flies in the United States National Museum. By John 

R. Malloch. Art. 15, pp. 1-32, 10 figs. Jan. 10, 1931. 

2859. Report on the South American sea stars collected by Waldo L. Schmitt. By 

W. K. Fisher. Art. 16, pp. 1-10, 2 figs., 8 pis. Apr. 7, 1931. 

2860. Mollusks from the Aspen shale (Cretaceous) of southwestern Wyoming. By 

John B. Reeside, Jr., and A. Allen Weymouth. Art. 17, pp. 1-24, 4 pis. Feb 
26, 1931. 

2861. A new species of amphipod crustacean (Acanthonotozomatidae) from Cali- 

fornia, and notes on Eurystheus tenuicornis. By Clarence R. Shoemaker 
Art. 18, pp. 1-8, 4 figs. Mar. 11, 1931. 

2862. Notes on the American bats of the genus Tadarida. By H. Harold Shamel 

Art. 19, pp. 1-27. May 6, 1931. 

2863. A new parasitic fly of the genus Chaetophlepsis. By R. T. Webber. Art. 20, 

pp. 1-4. Mar. 26, 1931. 

2864. Description of a new species of amidostomine worm of the genus Epomidios 

toinum from the gizzard of anserine birds. By Rudolf Wetzel. Art. 21 
pp. 1-10, 2 pis. Mar. 19, 1931. 

2865. Redescription of two species of trematode worms from the MacCallum col- 

lection, with a note on the family Pronocephalidae. By Emraett W. Price 
Art. 22, pp. 1-10, 2 figs. Mar. 11, 1931. 

2866. New genera and species of nematode worms. By Asa C. Chandler. Art. 23, pp 

1-11, 2 pis. Mar. 11, 1931. 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-34 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2867-2900, paged separately). 1932. 

2867. Three new species of polychaetous annelids from Chesapeake Bay. By Aaron 

L. Treadwell. Art. 1, pp. 1-5, 3 figs. July 21, 1931. 

2868. Revision of the species of beetles of the genus Trirhabda north of Mexico. 

By Doris Holmes Blake. Art. 2, pp. 1-36, 2 pis. July 24, 1931. 

2869. A new species of nematode worm from the sage grouse. By Everett E. Wehr. 

Art. 3, pp. 1-3, 3 figs. June 24, 1931. 

2870. Four new species of trematode worms from the muskrat. Ondatra zibethica, 

with a key to the trematode parasites of the muskrat. By Emmett W. Price. 
Art. 4, pp. 1-13, 4 figs. July 10, 1931. 
2S71. Description of a new genus and species of nematode worm occurring in the 
northwestern belted kingfisher, with a key to the genera of the subfamily 
Acuariinae. By Everett E. Wehr. Art. 5, pp. 1-4, 5 figs. June 20, 1931. 

2872. Two new species of nematode worms of the genus Osteriaqia from the Vir- 

ginia deer, with a note on Ostertagia lyrata. By G. Dikmans, Art. 6, pp. 
1-6, 1 fig., 2 pis. July 25, 1931. 

2873. Descriptions of new genera and species of Siamese fishes. By Hugh M. 

Smith. Art. 7, pp. 1-48, 22 figs., 1 pi. Mar. 26, 1931. 

2874. A new shipworm from Venezuela, By Paul Bartsch. Art. 8, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. 

Apr. 7, 1931. 

2875. A new species of troodont dinosaur from the Lance formation of Wyoming. 

By Charles W. Gilmore. Art. 9, pp. 1-6, 5 pis. June 1, 1931. 



162 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

2876. Report on birds recorded by the Pinchot Expedition of 1929 to the Caribbean 

and Pacific. By Albert K. Fisher and Alexander Wetmore. Art. 10, pp. 1-66, 
10 pis. Aug. 29, 1931. 

2877. The two-winged flies belonging to Siphosturmia and allied genera, with 

descriptions of two new species. By H. J. Reinhard. Art. 11, pp. 1-11. July 
30, 1931. 

2878. A new pearl oyster from the Hawaiian Islands. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 12, 

pp. 1-2, 2 pis. June 2, 1931. 

2879. Notes on and descriptions of some American moths. By Carl Helnrich. Art. 

13, pp. 1-16, 1 fig., 7 pis. Aug. 10, 1931. 

2880. Descriptions of thirteen new American and Asiatic ichneumon-flies, with 

taxonomic notes. By R. A. Cushman. Art. 14, pp. 1-16. Aug. 1, 1931. 

2881. Descriptions of new marine mollusks from Panama, with a figure of the geno- 

type of Engina. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 15, pp. 1-10, 1 pi. Aug. 1, 1931. 

2882. Descriptions of a new genus and eight new species of ichneumon-flies, with 

taxonomic notes. By C. F. W. Muesebeck. Art. 16, pp. 1-16, 1 fig. Aug. 

14, 1931. 

2883. A new species of trematode of the family Heterophyidae, with a note on the 

genus Apophallus and related genera. By Emmett W. Price. Art. 17, pp. 
1-6, 1 fig. Sept. 21, 1931. 

2884. Two new lungworms from North America ruminants and a note on the 

lungworras of sheep in the United States. By G. Dikraans. Art. 18, pp. 
1-4, 2 pis. Aug. 29, 1931. 
iiiS. A new genus and new species of trematode worms of the family Plagior- 
chiidae. By John T. Lucker. Art. 19, pp. 1-8, 1 pi. Aug. 29, 1931. 

2886. Revision of the American parasitic flies belonging to the genus IVinthemia. 

By H. J. Reinhard. Art. 20, pp. 1-54, 1 pi. Nov. 24, 1931. 

2887. Some Tertiary mollusks from southern Florida. By W. C. Mansfield. Art. 21, 

pp. 1-12, 4 pis. Oct. 9, 1931. 

2888. The stegocephalid and arapellscid amphipod crustaceans of Newfoundland, 

Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick in the United States National Museum. 
By Clarence R. Shoemaker. Art. 22, pp. 1-18, 6 figs. Oct. 16, 1931. 

2889. Anodontites: A genus of South and Central American and Mexican pearly 

fresh-water mussels. By William B. Marshall. Art. 23, pp. 1-16, 2 pis. 
Oct. 8, 1931. 

2890. Three new parasitic nematode worms. By Mary Scott Skinker. Art. 24, pp. 

1-9, 19 figs. Nov. 10, 1931. 

2891. Report on a collection of insects of the order Trichoptera from Siara and 

China. By A. B. Martynov. Art. 25, pp. 1-20, 4 pis. Nov. 5, 1931. 

2892. Four new species of trematode worms of the subfamily Onchocotyllnae. By 

G. A. MacCallum. Art. 26, pp. 1-8, 1 fig., 1 pi. Dec. 5, 1931. 

2893. Some new Middle Cambrian fossils from British Columbia. By Rudolf Ruede- 

mann. Art. 27, pp. 1-18, 6 figs., 7 pis. Nov. 27, 1931. 

2894. Revision of the chalcid files of the tribe Decatomini (Eurytomldae) in Amer- 

ica north of Mexico. By W. V. Balduf. Art. 28, pp. 1-95, 4 pis. May 19, 
1932. 

2895. The buffalo motive in Middle Celebes decorative design. By Walter Hough. 

Art. 29, pp. 1-8, 9 pis. Feb. 11, 1932. 

2896. Design areas in Oceania based on specimens in the United States National 

Museum. By Herbert W. Krieger. Art. 30, pp. 1-53, 33 pis. Apr. 21, 1932. 

2897. A new nematode worm, Viannaia bursobscura, from the opossum, with a note 

on other parasites of the opossum. By G. DIkmans. Art. 31, pp. 1-4, 2 pis, 
Nov. 30, 1931. 

2898. Excavations at a prehistoric Indian village site in Mississippi. By Henry B. 

Collins, Jr. Art. 32, pp. 1-22, 3 figs., 13 pis. Feb. 25, 1931. 

2899. A new Middle Cambrian merostome crustacean. By Charles Elmer Resser. 

Art. 33, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Dec. 30, 1931. 

2900. Flies of the genus Pseudotephritis Johnson (Diptera: Ortalidae). By John R- 

Malloch. Art. 34, pp. 1-6. Oct. 21, 1931. 



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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-23 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2901-2923, paged separately). 1932. 

Proc 

No. 

2901. Observations on the growth rate of the foot in the mound birds of the genus 

Megapodius. By Herbert Friedmann. Art. 1, pp. 1-4. Oct. 28, 1931. 

2902. Three new species of polychaetous annelids in the collections of the United 

State National Museum. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Art. 2, pp. 1-5, 3 figs. 
Nov. 10, 1931. 

2903. Recent Foraminifera from the Atlantic coast of South America. By Joseph A. 

Cushman and Frances L. Parker. Art. 3, pp. 1-24, 4 pis. Nov. 19, 1931. 

2904. The North American beetles of the genus Coccinella. By Th. Dobzhansky. 

Art. 4, pp. 1-32, 30 figs. Nov. 10, 1930. 

2905. Echinoderms from the islands of Niuafoou and Nukualofa, Tonga Archipelago, 

with the description of a new genus and two new species. By Austin H. 
Clark. Art. 5, pp. 1-12, 8 pis. Jan. 30, 1932. 

2906. The fishes obtained by the Pinchot South Seas Expedition of 1929, with 

description of one new genus and three new species. By Henry W. Fowler. 
Art. 6, pp. 1-16, 4 figs. Feb. 16, 1932. 

2907. A second collection of birds from the provinces of Yunnan and Szechwan, 

China, made for the National Geographic Society by Dr. Joseph F. Rock. 
By J. H. Riley. Art. 7, pp. 1-91. Dec. 31, 1931. 

2908. A catalogue of the Trombiculinae, or chigger mites, of the New World, with 

new genera and species 3nd a key to the genera. Bv H. E. Ewing. Art. 8, pp. 
1-19, 3 pis. Nov. 19, 1931. 

2909. The west American mollusks of the genus Acar. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 9, 

pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Nov. 23, 1931. 

2910. Notes on Francis Walker's types of North American flies of the family Tachi- 

nidae. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 10, pp. 1-16. Nov. 10, 1931. 

2911. North American two-winged flies of the genus Spathimeigenia, with descrip- 

tions of five new species. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 11, pp. 1-10. Dec. 31, 1931. 

2912. The birds of St. Lawrence Island, Bering Sea. By Herbert Friedmann. Art. 

12, pp. 1-31, 2 figs., 6 pis. Feb. 13, 1932. 

2913. The brachial flexor muscles in primates. By A. Brazier Howell and William 

L. Straus, Jr. Art. 13, pp. 1-31, 2 pis. Nov. 21, 1931. 

2914. Upper Cretaceous Foraminifera from Trinidad. By Joseph A. Cushman and 

P. W. Jarvis. Art. 14, pp. 1-60, 16 pis. Mar. 10, 1932. 

2915. The copepod crustaceans of Chesapeake Bay. By Charles Branch Wilson. 

Art. 15, pp. 1-54, 1 fig., 5 pis. Mar. 31, 1932. 

2916. The ancient caves of Szechwan Province, China. By David Crockett Graham. 

Art. 16, pp. 1-13, 14 figs., 16 pis. Mar. 23, 1932. 

2917. A new marine shell of the genus Xenophora from Florida. By Paul Bartsch. 

Art. 17, pp. 1-2, 1 pi. Dec. 31, 1931. 

2918. The parasitic habit in the ducks, a theoretical consideration. By Herbert 

Friedmann. Art. 18, pp. 1-7. Mar. 4, 1932. 

2919. A review of the nematodes of the genus Hastospiculum, with descriptions 

of two new species. By B. G. Chitwood. Art. 9, pp. 1-9, 3 pis. Apr. 28, 1932. 

2920. Records of dipterous insects of the family Tachinidae reared by the late 

George Dimmock, with description of one new species and notes on the 
genus AnetJa Robineau-Desvoidy. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 20, pp. 1-8. 
Mar. 31, 1932. 

2921. Insects of the order Orthoptera of the Pinchot Expedition of 1929. By A. N. 

Caudell. Art. 21, pp. 1-7. Aug. 10, 1932. 

2922. New West Indian cerambycid beetles. By W. S. Fisher. Art. 22, pp. 1-93. 

June 7, 1932. 

2923. Revision of the Nearctic ichneumon-flies belonging to the genus Macrocrntrus. 

By C. F. W. Muesebeck. Art. 23, pp. 1-55. Aug. 3, 1«)32. 



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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-18 (Pro- 
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Proc. 

No. 

2924. New bopyrid isopod crustaceans from Dry Tortugas, Florida. By A. S. Pearse. 

Art. 1, pp. 1-6, 26 figs. June 1, 1932. 

2925. Birds collected in Cuba and Haiti by the Parish-Smithsonian Expedition of 

1930. By Alexander Wetmore. Art. 2, pp. 1-40, 7 pis. July 22, 1932. 

2926. A new species of cestode, Crep'tdobothrium amphiumae, from Amphiuma 

tridactylum. By Clarke Courson Zeliff. Art. 3, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. June 18, 1932. 

2927. The marine and fresh-water sponges of California. By M. W. de Lauben- 

fels. Art. 4, pp. 1-140, 79 figs. Dec. 2, 1932. 

2928. A new trematode of the genus Urotrema from bats. By Joseph E. Alicata. 

Art. 5, pp. 1-4, 1 fig. Aug. 11, 1932. 
— 2929. A newly discovered West Indian moHusk faunula. By Paul Bartsch. Art. 6, 
pp. 1-12, 3 pis. July 6, 1932. 

2930. Decorative designs on Elden Pueblo pottery. Flagstaff, Ariz. By Walter 

Hough. Art. 7, pp. 1-11, 1 fig., 10 pis. July 20, 1932. 

2931. The fishes obtained by Lieut. H. C. Kellers, of the United States Naval 

Eclipse Expedition of 1930, at Niuafoou Island, Tonga Group, in Oceania, 
By Henry W. Fowler. Art. 8, pp. 1-9, 3 figs. Aug. 15, 1932. 

2932. New Diptera, or two-winged flies, from America, Asia, and Java, with 

additional notes. By J. M. Aldrich. Art. 9, pp. 1-28, 2 figs., 1 pi. June 
30, 1932. 

2933. A cache of Basket Maker baskets from New Mexico. By Walter Hough. 

Art. 10, pp. 1-3, 3 pis. June 25, 1932. 

2934. The forms of the common Old World swallowtail butterfly (Papilio 

machaon) in North America, with descriptions of two new subspecies. 
By Austin H. Clark. Art. 11, pp. 1-15, 8 pis. July 12, 1932. 

2935. Report on the hexactinellid sponges collected by the United States Fisheries 

steamer Albatross in the northwestern Pacific during the summer of 1906. 
By Yaichiro Okada. Art. 12, pp. 1-118, 16 figs., 6 pis. Oct. 19, 1932. 

2936. The trematode parasites of marine mammals. By Eramett W. Price. Art. 13, 

pp. 1-68, 12 pis. Oct. 1, 1932. 

2937. Two new land shells of the genus Bulimulus from Bolivia. By William B. 

Marshall. Art. 14, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. July 28, 1932. 

2938. A Miocene moUusk of the genus Haliotis from the Tremblor Range, Cali- 

fornia. By W. P. Woodring. Art. 15, pp. 1-4, 1 pi. Aug. 30, 1932. 

2939. Notes on the helminth paraistes of the opossum {Didelphis 'virginiana) in 

southeast Texas, with descriptions of four new species. By Asa C. 
Chandler. Art. 16, pp. 1-15, 5 figs. Aug. 15, 1932. 

2940. The helminths parasitic in the Amphibia and Reptilia of Houston, Texas, 

and vicinity. By Paul D. Harwood. Art. 17, pp. 1-71, 5 pis. Dec. 21, 1932. 

2941. On a newly mounted skeleton of Diplodocus in the United States National 

Museum. By Charles W. Gllmore. Art. 18, pp. 1-21, 3 figs., 6 pis. Nov. 
18, 1932. 

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advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; arts. 1-30 (Proceed- 
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2942. A remarkable new genus and species of two-winged flies related to the 

Oestridae. By Charles H. T. Townsend. Art. 1, pp. 1-4, 2 figs. Oct. 
11, 1932. 

2943. A new Paleocene mammal from a deep well in Louisiana. By George Gay- 

lord Simpson. Art. 2, pp. 1-4, 1 fig. Nov. 5, 1932. 

2944. The Chinese lizards of the genus Gekko, By Leonhard Stejneger. Art. 3, 

pp. 1-8. Nov. 7, 1932. 



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No. 

294S. Description of a tick, Dermatentor halli, from the Texas peccary, with a 
key to the North American species of Dermacentor. By Allen Mcintosh. 
. Alt. 4, pp. 1-6, 1 li^., 1 pi. Uct. 26, 1932. 
^ 2946. New fossil fresh-water raollusks from Ecuador. By William B. Marshall 
and Edgar U. Bowles. Art. 5, pp. 1-7, 1 pi. Dec. 2, 1932. 

2947. Two new nematodes, and notes on new findings of nematodes parasitic in 

Amphibia. By A. C. Walton. Art. 6, pp. 1-5, 1 tig. Mar. 1, 1933. 

2948. A fossil rhinoceros {Diceratlieriuin armatum Marsh) from Gallatin County, 

Montana. By Horace Elmer Wood, 2d. Art. 7, pp. 1-4, 3 pis. Mar. 13, 1933. 

2949. New fresh-water gastropod moUusks of the genus C/iilina of South America. 

By William B. Marshall. Art. 8, pp. 1-6, 1 pi. Mar. 1, 1933. 

2950. A new species of extinct turtle from the Upper Fliocene of Idaho. By Charles 

W. Gilmore. Art. 9, pp. 1-7, 5 ngs., 3 pis. Mar. 1, 1933. 

2951. A collection of birds trom Great Namaqualand, Southwest Africa. By 

Herbert Friedmann. Art. 10, pp. 1-12, 1 pi. Feb. 17, 1933. 

2952. Five new species of North American ichneumon-fiies. By Frank D. DeGant. 

Art. 11, pp. 1-6. Feb. 3, 1933. 

2953. Fossil plants from the Aspen shale of southwestern Wyoming. By Roland 

W. Brown. Art. 12, pp. 1-10, 2 figs., 2 pis. Mar. 1, 1933. 

2954. Camptostroma, a Lower Cambrian floating hydrozoan. By Rudolf Ruede- 

mann. Art. 13, pp. 1-8, 2 figs., 4 pis. Mar. 1, 1933. 

2955. Descriptions of new ichneumon-fiies, with taxonornic notes. By R. A. Cush- 

man. Art. 14, pp. 1-16. Mar. 1, 1933. 

2956. Description of two parasitic nematodes from the Texas peccary. By Ben- 

jamin Schwartz and Joseph E. Alicata. Art. 15, pp. 1-6, 4 figs. Mar. 
29, 1933. 

2957. New termites from India. By Thomas E. Snyder. Art. 16, pp. 1-15, 8 figs., 

1 pi. Apr, 28, 1933. 

2958. A new nematode from the rhea. By Everett E. Wehr. Art. 17, pp. 1-5, 

3 figs. Mar. 29, 1933. 

2959. Synopsis of the calanoid crustaceans, exclusive of the Diaptomidae, found 

in fresh and brackish waters, chiefly of North America. By C. Dwight 
Marsh. Art. 18, pp. 1-58, 24 pis. June 30, 1933. 

2960. West African snails -of the family Achatinidae in the United States National 

Museum. By Henry A. Pilsbry. Art. 19, pp. 1-6, 2 pis. Apr. 28, 1933. 

2961. Descriptions of new and imperfectly known species of genera of gobioid and 

pleuronectid fishes in the United States National Museum. By Isaac Gins- 
burg. Art. 20, pp. 1-23, 3 figs. May 19, 1933. 

2962. Crossochir koelzi: A new Calif ornian surf-fish of the family Embictocidae. 

By Carl L. Hubbs. Art. 21, pp. 1-9, 1 pi. June 7, 1933. 

2963. Pottery of the Hopewell type from Louisiana. By Frank M. Setzlcr. Art. 22, 

pp. 1-22, 6 figs., 7 pis. June 16, 1933. 

2964. A new protozoan from the larva of the beetle Osmoderma scabra. By 

Clarke Courson Zeliff. Art. 23, pp. 1-3, 2 pis. July 19, 1933. 

2965. A new fresh-water sponge from South Carolina. By James T. Penney. 

Art. 24, pp. 1-5, 9 figs. Sept. 8, 1933. 

2966. Additional notes on the birds of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. By 

Alexander Wetmore and Frederick C. Lincoln. Art. 25, pp. 1-68, 6 pis. 
Dec. 4, 1933. 

2967. Review of the wasps of the subfamily Pseninae of North America (Hyme- 

noptera: Aculeata). By J. R. Malloch. Art. 26, pp. 1-60, 2 pis. Oct. 
25, 1933. 

2968. New species of buprestid beetles from Mexico and Central America. By 

W. S. Fisher. Art. 27, pp. 1-47. Dec. 4, 1933. 

2969. Revision of the beetles of the genus Disonycha occurring in America north 

of Mexico. By Doris Holmes Blake. Art. 28, pp. 1-66, 8 pis. Dec. 4, 1933. 



166 BULLETIN 193. UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc 
No. 

2970. Three new chigger mites of the genus Tromhlcula from Panama, with a key to 

the known adults of Trombicula of the New World. By H. E. Ewing. 
Art. 29, pp. 1-6, 3 figs. Sept. 20, 1933. 

2971. New genera and species of parasitic mites of the superfamily Parasitoidea. 

By H. E. Ewing. Art. 30, pp. 1-14, 4 pis. Sept. 25, 1933. 

Volume 83 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 83. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-594 (Proceed- 
ings papers 2972-2997); pp. 595-617 (index); 71 figs., 38 pis. 1937. 

2972. Corynecrinus, a new Devonian crinoid genus. By Edwin Kirk. Pp. 1-7, 1 pi. 

Oct. 8, 1934. 

2973. American muscoid flies of the genera Ceratomyiella and Paradidyma. By 

H. J. Reinhard. Pp. 9-43. Dec. 28, 1934. 

2974. Revision of the American two-winged flies belonging to the genus Cup/iocera. 

By H. J. Reinhard. Pp. 45-70. Oct. 25, 1934. 

2975. Some fossil corals from the West Indies. By John W. Wells. Pp. 71-110, 

4 pis. Dec. 20, 1934. 

2976. Fossil hares from the late Pliocene of southern Idaho. By C. Lewis Gazin. 

Pp. 111-121, 5 figs. Nov. 14, 1934. 

2977. Parasites of fishes in Galveston Bay. By Asa C. Chandler. Pp. 123-157, 7 

pis. June 13, 1935. 

2978. On the Replilia of the Kirtland formation of New Mexico, with descriptions 

of new species of fossil turtles. By Charles W. Gilraore. Pp. 159-188, 
12 figs., 6 pis. June 27, 1935. 

2979. New West Indian cerambycid beetles. By W. S. Fisher. Pp. 189-210. Sept. 

9, 1935. 

2980. Two new species of tapeworms from carnivores and a redescription of 

Taenia laticollis Rudolphi, 1819. By Mary Scott Skinker. Pp. 211-220, 
3 pis. Oct. 25, 1935. 

2981. New Paleocene mammals from the Fort Union of Montana. By George 

Gaylord Simpson. Pp. 221-244. Oct. 18, 1935. 

2982. Five new genera and two new species of unstalked crinoids. By Austin H. 

Clark. Pp. 245-250. Mar. 14, 1936. 

2983. Notes on the butterflies of the genus Enod'ia and description of a new 

fritillary from Peru. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 251-259, 1 pi. Apr. 11, 1936. 

2984. Polychaetous annelids from Amoy, China. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Pp. 

261-279, 3 figs. June 10, 1936. 

2985. A study of the fossil horse remains from the Upper Pliocene of Idaho. By 

C. Lewis Gazin. Pp. 281-320, 4 figs., 11 pis. June 1, 1936. 

2986. A new genus and species of trematode from the little brown bat and a key 

to the genera of Pleurogenetinae. By Ralph W. Mac}'. Pp. 321-324, 1 fig. 
May 19, 1936. 

2987. Two new cottid fishes from the western Pacific, with a revision of the genus 

Stlengis Jordan and Starks. By Rolf L, Bolin. Pp. 325-334, 2 figs., 1 pi. 
June 15, 1936. 

2988. Tertiary plants from Venezuela. By Edward W. Berry. Pp. 335-360, 4 figs. 

June 12, 1936. 

2989. Three new millipeds of the order Colobognatha from Tennessee, Texas, and 

Lower California, with records of previously known species. By H. F. 
Loomis. Pp. 361-368, 1 fig. May 11, 1936. 

2990. A revision of the chalcid flies of the genus Perilampus Latreille occurring 

in America north of Mexico. By M. T. Smulyan. Pp. 369-412. Oct. 16, 1936 

2991. Pycnogonids from Puget Sound. By Harriet I. Exline. Pp. 413-422, ? fig 

July 9, 1936. 

2992. California Crustacea of the order Cumacea. By Carl Ziramer. Pp. 423-439. 

6 figs. Aug. 27, 1936. 



PROCEEDINGS 167 

Proc 

No. \ 

2993. A comparison of the shallow-water sponges near the Pacific end of thip 

Panama Canal with those at the Caribbean end. By M. W. deLaubenfels. 
Pp. 441-466, 6 figs. July 31, 1936. 

2994. New species of polychaetous annelids of the family Nereidae from Cali- 

fornia. By Olga Hartman. Pp. 467-480, 8 figs. July 11, 1936. 

2995. Four new species of Chalcidoidea parasitic on cactus insects. By A. B. 

Gahan. Pp. 481-486. Aug. 7, 1936. 

2996. New Tertiary Foraminifera of the genera Operculina and Opercul'inoides 

from North America and the West Indies. By Thomas Wayland Vaughan 
and W. Storrs Cole. Pp. 487-496, 4 pis. Oct. 8, 1936. 

2997. Review of the seahorses {Hippocampus) found on the coasts of the American 

continents and of Europe. By Isaac Ginsburg. Pp. 497-594, 18 figs. 
Jan. 18, 1937. 

Volume 84 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 84. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-584 (Proceedings 
papers 2998-3026) ; pp. 585-606 (index) ; 34 figs., 20 pis. 1938. 

2998. Report on the fishes collected by H. C. Raven in Lake Tanganyika in 1920. 

By George S. Myers. Pp. 1-15, 1 pi, Sept. 24, 1936. 

2999. The ichneumon-flies of the genus Brachycyrtus Kriechbauraer. By R. A. 

Cushman. Pp. 17-24, 4 figs. Sept. 26, 1936. 

3000. New cottid fishes from Japan and Bering Sea. By Rolf L. Bolin. Pp. 25-38, 

4 figs. Oct. 10, 1936. 

3001. Revision of the North American beetles of the staphylinid subfamily Tachy- 

porinae — Part 1: Genus Tachyporus Gravenhorst. By Richard E. Black- 
welder. Pp. 39-54. Nov. 17, 1936. 

3002. Revision of the fishes of the family Microdesmidae, with description of a 

new species. By Earl D. Reid. Pp. 55-72, 4 figs., 1 pi. Dec. 10, 1936. 

3003. Two new species of hawks from the Miocene of Nebraska. By Alexander 

Wetmore. Pp. 73-78, 2 figs. Nov. 3, 1936. 

3004. A new North American mason-wasp from Virginia, with notes on some 

allied forms. By Joseph Bequaert. Pp. 79-87, 1 fig. Nov. 24, 1936. 

3005. The nest of Odynerus tempiferus var. macio Bequaert, with notes on the 

habits of the wasps. By Austin H. Clark and Grace A. Sandhouse. Pp. 
89-95. Nov. 24, 1936. 

3006. Crested millipeds of the family Lysiopetalidae in North America, with 

descriptions of new genera and species. By H. F. Loomis. Pp. 97-135, 
3 figs., 2 pis. May 15, 1937. 

3007. Notes on phallostethid fishes. By George S. Myers. Pp. 137-143. Jan. 6, 1937. 

3008. The deep-sea zeomorph fishes of the family Grammicolepidae. By George 

S. Myers. Pp. 145-156, 3 pis. Jan. 18, 1937. 

3009. New North American species of earthworms of the familj' Megascolecidae. 

By Frank Smith. Pp. 157-181. Jan. 8, 1937. 

3010. Observations on the trematode genus Brachycoelium Dujardin. By Elon E. 

Byrd. Pp. 183-199, 2 pis. Apr. 7, 1937. 

3011. New muscoid flies (Diptera) in the United States National Museum. By 

David G. Hall. Pp. 201-216, 8 figs. Apr. 6, 1937. 

3012. The pupa of Myocera tabani'vora Hall (Diptera). By Charles T. Greene. 

Pp. 217-218, 1 fig. Apr. 6, 1937. 

3013. A ne-vv subspecies of the nymphalid butterfly Polygonia faunus. By Austin H. 

Clark. Pp. 219-222, 1 pi. Apr. 9, 1937. 

3014. A new species of trematode from the mud-eel {Siren lacertina). By C. 

Courson Zclifl. Pp. 223-226, 1 pi. May 4, 1937. 

3015. Mexican fossil Echini. By Robert Tracy Jackson. Pp. 227-237, 4 pli. 

June 12, 1937. 

3016. Two new beetles of the family Mordellidae from orchids. By Eugene Ray. 

Pp. 239-241. Apr. 21, 1937. 



168 BULLETIN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Proc 

No. ^ ^ 

3017. Revision of the North American species of ichneumon-flies of the genus 

Exetastes Gravenhoist. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 243-312, 6 pis. July 3, 1937. 

3018. A revision of the clapper rails (Rallus longirostris Boddaert). By Harry C. 

Oberholser. Pp. 313-354. June 30, 1937. 

3019. Moths of the genus Rupela (Pyralididae: Schoenobiinae). By Carl Heinrich. 

Pp. 355-388, 12 pis. July 3, 1937. 

3020. Synopsis of the Puerto Rican beetles of the genus Mordellistena, with de- 

scriptions of new species. By Eugene Ray. Pp. 389-399, 1 fig. June 26, 1937. 

3021. Observations on the birds of West Virginia. By Alexander Wetraore. Pp. 

401-441. Aug. 24, 1937. 

3022. Annotated list of West Virginia mammals. By Remington Kellogg. Pp. 

443-479. Oct. 7, 1937. 

3023. On the detailed skull structure of a crested hadrosaurian dinosaur. By 

Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 481-491, 6 figs. Oct. 12, 1937. 

3024. Hydrocorals of the north Pacific Ocean. By Walter Kcnrick Fisher. Pp. 

493-554, 43 pis. Mar. 8, 1938. 

3025. A giant new species of fairy shrimp of the genus Branchinecta from the 

State of Washington. By James E. Lynch. Pp. 555-562, 4 pis. Dec. 3, 1937. 

3026. New species of moths of the family Notodontidae in the United States 

National Museum. By William Schaus. Pp. 563-584. Dec. 29, 1937. 

Volume 85 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 84. Pp. i-x (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-507 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3027-3040) ; pp. 509-530 (index) ; 39 figs., 101 pis. 1940. 

3027. On some onychophores from the West Indies and Central America. By 

Austin H. Clark. Pp. 1-3. Nov. 5, 1937. 

3028. Synopsis of the beetles of the Chilean genus Phytholaema (Scarabaeidae: 

Melolonthinae). By Lawrence W. Saylor. Pp. 5-11, 1 fig. Dec. 3, 1937. 

3029. Redescription of the capelin Mallotus catervarius (Pennant) of the North 

Pacific. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 13-20. Dec. 2, 1937, 

3030. A Miocene booby and other records from the Calvert formation of Mary- 

land. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 21-25, 2 figs. Jan. 14, 1938. 

3031. Another fossil owl from the Eocene of Wyoming. By Alexander Wetraore. 

Pp. 27-29, 2 figs. Jan. 17, 1938. 

3032. Descriptions of new fishes obtained by the United States Bureau of Fisheries 

steamer Albatross, chiefly in Philippine seas and adjacent waters. By 
Henry W. Fowler. Pp. 31-135, 56 figs. May 23, 1938. 

3033. Evidence of Triassic insects in the Petrified Forest National Monument, 

Arizona. By M. V. Walker. Pp. 137-141, 4 pis. June 14, 1938. 

3034. Review of the annelid worms of the family Nephtyidae from the northeast 

Pacific, with descriptions of five new species. By Olga Hartman. Pp. 
143-158, 6 figs. June 8, 1938. 

3035. A Miocene dog from Maryland. By Charles T. Berry. Pp. 159-161, 1 fig. 

Aug. 10, 1938. 

3036. Revision of the Nearctic leaf hoppers of the tribe Errhomenellini (Homoptera: 

Cicad.ellidae). By P. W. Oman. Pp. 163-180, 2 pis. May 27, 1938. 

3037. A new genus and two new species of the dipterous family Phoridae. By 

Charles T. Greene. Pp. 181-185, 1 fig. June 27, 1938. 

3038. A new genus and two new species of cottoid fishes from the Aleutian Islands. 

By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 187-191, 1 fig. May 12, 1938. 

3039. The Cuban operculate land shells of the subfamily Chondropominac. By 

Carlos de la Torre and Paul Bartsch. Pp. 193-403, 31 figs., 33 pis. July 
27, 1938. 

3040. On some species of Chinese earthworms, with special reference to specimens 

collected in Szechwan by Dr. D. C. Graham. By G. E. Gates. Pp. 405-507. 
Mar. 20. 1939. 



PROCEEDINGS Ki!) 

Volume 86 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 86. Pp. i-ix (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-607 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3041-3065) ; pp. 595-626 (index) ; 71 figs., 71 pU. 1940. 

Proc 

No. 

3041. Revision of the North American beetles of the staphylinid subfamily 

Tachyporinae — Part 2: Genus Coproporus Kraatz. By Richard E. Black- 
welder. Pp. 1-10. Oct. 8, 1938. 

3042. Descriptions of new and little-known fossil lizards from North America. 

By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 11-26, 9 figs., 1 pi. Dec. 16, 1938. 

3043. The cambaloid millipeds of the United States, including a family new to the 

fauna and new genera and species. By H. F. Loomis. Pp. 27-66, 12 figs., 1 pi. 
Dec. 17, 1938. 

3044. Polyclads of the east coast of North America. By A. S. Pearse. Pp. 67-98, 

13 figs. Dec. 17, 1938. 

3045. Hopewellian remains near Kansas City, Missouri. By Waldo R. Wedel. 

Pp. 99-106, 6 pis. Dec. 16, 1938. 

3046. The types of the polychaete worms of the families Polynoidae and Poly- 

odontidae in the United States National Museum and the description of a 
new genus. By Olga Hartman. Pp. 107-134, 7 figs. Dec. 7, 1938. 

3047. Review of the fishes of the genera Polyipnus and Argyropelecus (family 

Sternoptichidae), with descriptions of three new species. By Leonard P. 
Schultz. Pp. 135-155, 4 figs. Dec. 27, 1938. 

3048. Revision of the beetles of the raelolonthine subgenus Phytalus of the United 

States. By Lawrence W. Saylor. Pp. 157-167, 2 pis. Feb. 15, 1939. 

3049. New species of polychaete worms of the genus Euphrosyne, with notes on 

Euphrosyne borealis Orsted. By Aaron L. Treadwell. Pp. 169-173, 1 fig. 
Jan. 20, 1939. 

3050. Notes on the birds of Tennessee. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 175-243. 

Jan. 31, 1939. 

3051. Annotated list of Tennessee mammals. By Remington Kellogg. Pp. 245-303. 

Feb. 14, 1939. 

3052. Species of the foraminiferal family Camerinidae in the Tertiary and 

Cretaceous of Mexico. By R. Wright Barker. Pp. 305-330, 12 pis. May 
16, 1939. 

3053. The cactus-feeding Phycitinae: A contribution toward a revision of the 

American pyralidoid moths of the family Phycitidae. By Carl Heinrich. 
Pp. 331-413, 29 pis. Mar. 16, 1939. 

3054. Two new ophiurans from the Smithsonian-Hartford Expedition, 1937. By 

Hubert Lyman Clark. Pp. 415-418, 1 pi. Apr. 4, 1939. 

3055. New species of flatworms from North, Central, and South America. By 

Libbie H. Hyman. Pp. 419-439, 5 figs. Apr. 14, 1939. 

3056. Echinoderms of the Smithsonian-Hartford Expedition, 1937, with other West 

Indian records. By Austin H. Clark. Pp. 441-456, 2 pis. Apr. S, 1939. 

3057. A new cave isopod from Florida. By James O. Maloney. Pp. 457-459, 1 fig. 

May 26, 1939. 

3058. Two new Atlantic species of dog sharks, with a ke}' to the species of 

Mustelus. By Stewart Springer. Pp. 461-468, 3 figs. Apr. 27, 1939. 

3059. A new sea star of the genus Poraniopsis from Japan. By Walter K. Fisher. 

Pp. 469-472, 1 fig., 2 pis. Apr. 4, 1939. 

3060. A revision of the toadfishes referred to Porichthys and related genera. By 

Carl L. Hubbs and Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 473-496, 1 fig. Apr. 29, 1939. 

3061. A new genus of starfishes from the Aleutian Islands. By Austin H. Clark. 

Pp. 497-500, 1 pi. May 17, 1939. 

3062. Eleven new species and three new genera of oceanic fishes collected by 

the International Fisheries Commission from the northeastern Pacific. By 
Wilbert McLeod Chapman. Pp. 501-542, 13 figs. Apr. 28, 1939. 



170 liULl.ETlN 193, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 

Prot 
No. 

3063. New species of moths of the families Notodontidae and Bombycidae in the 

United States National Museum. By William Schaus. Pp. 543-561. 
May 18, 1939. 

3064. Restriction of the genus Gelechia (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae), with descrip- 

tions of new genera. By August Busck. Pp. 563-593, 14 pis. May 23, 1939. 

3065. Neotropical flies of the family Stratiomyidae in the United States National 

Museum. By Maurice T. James. Pp. 595-607, 1 fig. Aug. 3, 1939. 

Volume 87 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 87. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-634 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3066-3077) ; pp. 635-672 (index) ; 157 figs., 19 pis. 1941. 

3066. Ceratopsian dinosaurs from the Two Medicine formation, Upper Cretaceous 

of Montana. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 1-18, 11 figs. Aug. 3, 1939. 

3067. Two new parasitic isopods from the eastern coast of North America. By 

A. S. Pearse and Henry A Walker. Pp. 19-23, 2 figs. Aug. 1, 1939. 

3068. The Hederelloidea, a suborder of Paleozoic cyclostoraatous Bryozoa. By Ray 

S. Bassler. Pp. 25-91, 1 fig., 16 pis. Sept. 12, 1939. 

3069. A generic revision of the staphylinid beetles of the tribe Paederini. By Rich- 

ard E. Blackwelder. Pp. 93-125. Sept. 15, 1939. 

3070. New turritid mollusks from Florida. By Paul Bartsch and Harald A. 

Rehder. Pp. 127-138, 1 pi. Sept. 15, 1939. 

3071. A new trematode from the Icon, Gavia immer, and its relationship to 

Haematotrephus fodiens Linton, 1928. By W. Carl Gower. Pp. 139-143, 
1 fig. Sept. 1, 1939. 

3072. A study of LeConte's types of the beetles in the genus Monoxia, with de- 

scriptions of new species. By Doris Holmes Slake. Pp. 145-171, 2 pis. 
Oct. 5, 1939. 

3073. Observations on the birds of northern Venezuela. By Alexander Wetmore. 

Pp. 173-260. Nov. 3, 1939. 

3074. A revision of the soapfishes of the genus Rypticns. By Leonard P. Schultz 

and Earl D. Reid. Pp. 261-270. Oct. 24, 1939. 

3075. A taxonomic study of Neotropical beetles of the family Mordellidae, with 

descriptions of new species. By Eugene Ray. Pp. 271-314, 4 figs. Dec. 
15, 1939. 

3076. Catalog of human crania in the United States National Museum collections: 

Indians of the Gulf States. By Ales Hrdlicka. Pp. 315-464, 1 fig. May 
18, 1940. 

3077. Further studies on the opalinid clliate infusorians and their hosts. By 

Maynard M. Metcalf. Pp. 465-634, 137 figs. Oct. 29, 1940. 

Volume 88 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 88. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-586 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3078-3091); pp. 587-615 (index); 50 figs., 33 pis. 1942. 

3078. Trematodes from fishes mainly from the Woods Hole region, Massachusetts. 

By Edwin Linton, Pp. 1 172, 26 pis. May 16, 1940. 

3079. Report on certain groups of neuropteroid insects from Szechwan, China. By 

Nathan Banks. Pp. 173-220, 4 pis. Apr, 13, 1940. 

3080. Cestocrinns, a new fossil inadunate crinoid genus. By Edwin Kirk. Pp. 

221-224, 1 pi. Mar. 14, 1940. 

3081. Notes on some pedunculate barnacles from the North Pacific. By Dora 

Priaulx Henry. Pp. 225-236, 5 figs. Apr. 20, 1940. 

3082. Revision of the chalcid-flies of the tribe Chalcidini in America north of 

Mexico. By B, D, Burks. Pp. 237-354, 9 figs. June 11, 1940. 



PROCEEDINGS 171 

Prot 
No. 

3083. New genera and species of Ichneumon-flies, with taxonomic notes. By R. A. 

Cushman. Pp. 355-372, 2 figs. Mar, 13, 1940. 

3084. The scolytid beetles of the genus Renocis Casey, with descriptions of nine 

new species. By M. W. Blacicman. Pp. 373-401, 2 figs, June 22, 1940. 

3085. Two new genera and three new species of cheilodiptcrid fishes, with notes 

on the other genera of the family. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 403-423, 
2 figs. Apr. 26, 1940. 

3086. A contribution to the knowledge of the Eucharidae (Hymcnoptera: Chalci- 

doidea). By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 425-458, Apr, 25, 1940, 

3087. A review of the parasitic Crustacea of the genus Argulus in the collections 

of the United States National Museum. By O. Lloyd Meehan. Pp. 459-522, 
27 figs, June 22, 1940. 

3088. The ichneumon-flies of the subfamily Neorhacodinae, with descriptions of 

a new genus and three new species. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 523-527, 
1 fig. Apr. 13, 1940. 

3089. Notes on the birds of Kentucky. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 529-574. 

Apr. 23, 1940. 

3090. Seven new species and one new genus of hydroids, mostly from the Atlantic 

Ocean. By C. McLean Fraser, Pp, 575-580, 2 pis. Sept, 13, 1940. 

3091. A prehistoric roulette from Wyandotte County, Kansas, By Waldo R. Wedel 

and Harry M. Trowbridge, Pp. 581-586, 2 figs. June 5, 1940. 

Volume 89 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 89. Pp. i-ix (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-581 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3092-3105) ; pp. 583-620 (index) ; 31 figs., 62 pis. 1942. 

3092. A revision of the West Indian beetles of the scarabaeid subfamily Aphodiinae. 

By Edward A. Chapin. Pp. 1-41. May 23, 1940. 

3093. Two new anuran amphibians from Mexico. By Edward H. Taylor. Pp. 

43-47, 3 pis. Aug. 13, 1940. 

3094. The west American Haliolis. By Paul Bartsch. Pp. 49-58, 3 pis. Aug. 

15, 1940. 

3095. Revision of the scarabaeid beetles of the phyllophagan subgenus Listrochelus 

of the United States, with discussion of related subgenera. By Lawrence 
W. Saylor. Pp. 59-130, 13 figs. Nov. 15, 1940. 

3096. The Cuban operculate land mollutks of the family Annulariidae, exclusive 

of the subfamily Chondropominae. By Carlos de la Torre and Paul 
Bartsch. Pp. 131-385, 49 pis. Pp. i-x (index). Apr, 2, 1941. 

3097. Seven new crayfishes of the genus Cambarus from Florida, with notes on 

other species. By Horton H, Hobbs, Jr, Pp. 387-423, 9 figs. Nov. 23, 1940. 

3098. Echinoderms from Greenland collected by Capt. Robert A, Bartlett, Pp, 

425-433, 2 pis, Feb. 27, 1941, 

3099. A revision of the keyhole urchins (MeUita). By Hubert Lyman Clark. Pp. 

435-444, 3 pis. Dec. 12, 1940. 

3100. Eurhoptodes, a remarkable new genus of Philippine cryptorhynchine weevils. 

By Elwood C, Zimmerman. Pp. 445-448, 1 fig. Nov. 1, 1940. 

3101. The polyclad flatworms of the Atlantic coast of the United States and 

Canada. By Libbie H. Hyman. Pp. 449-495, 8 figs. Feb. 27, 1941. 

3102. New species of heterocerous moths in the United States National Museum. 

By William Schaus. Pp. 497-511. Mar. 6, 1941. 

3103. Dinotocrinus, a new fossil inadunate crinoid genus. By Edwin Kirk, Pp. 

513-517, 1 pi. Feb, 28, 1941, 

3104. A supposed jellyfish from the pre-Cambrian of the Grand Canyon. By R. S, 

Bassler. Pp. 519-522, 1 pi. Feb, 27, 1941. 

3105. Notes on birds of the Guatemalan Highlands. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 

523-581, Mar. 26, 1941. 



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Volume 90 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 90. Pp. i-vii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-551 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3106-3120) ; pp. 553-581 (index) ; 24 figs., 74 pis. 1942. 

Proc. 

No. 

3106. New fishes of the family Callionymidae, mostly Philippine, obtained by the 

United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer Albatross. By Henry W. 
Fowler. Pp. 1-31, 16 figs. Apr. 8, 1941. 

3107. Revision of the North American moths of the family Oecophoridae, with 

descriptions of new genera and species. By J. F. Gates Clarke. Pp. 33-286, 
48 pis. Pp. i-viii (index). Nov. 6, 1941. 

3108. Synopsis of the tachinid flies of the genus Tachlnomyia, with descriptions 

of new species. By Ray T. Webber. Pp. 287-304, 1 fig. June 30, 1941. 

3109. A history of the Division of Vertebrate Paleontology in the United Statea 

National Museum. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 305-377, 5 pis. Aug. 
5, 1941. 

3110. A new harpacticoid copepod from the gill chambers of a marsh crab. By 

Arthur G. Humes. Pp. 379-386, 1 fig. Aug. 5, 1941. 

3111. The Chicora (Butler County, Pa.) meteorite. By F. W. Preston, E. P. 

Henderson, and James R. Randolph. Pp. 387-416, 1 fig., 6 pis. June 17, 1941. 

3112. Cestode parasites of teleost fishes of the Woods Hole region, Massachusetts. 

By Edwin Linton. Pp. 417-442, 3 pis. July 15, 1941. 

3113. Pamlico fossil echinoids. By Willard Berry. Pp. 443-445, 3 pis. July 5, 1941. 

3114. A new genus of sea stars {Plazaster) from Japan, with a note on the genus 

Parasterina. By Walter K. Fisher. Pp. 447-456, 3 figs., 5 pis. June 18, 1941. 

3115. Notes on Mexican turtles of the genus Kinosternon. By Leonhard Stejneger. 

Pp. 457-459. July 25, 1941. 

3116. A revision of the chalcid-flies of the genus Monodontomerus in the United 

States National Museum. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 461-482. Aug. 19, 1941. 

3117. Notes on the birds of North Carolina. By Alexander Wetmore. Pp. 483-530. 

Oct. 31, 1941. 

3118. Notes on some North and Middle American danaid butterflies. By Austin 

H. Clark. Pp. 531-542, 4 pis. Nov. 4, 1941. 

3119. A new genus of psammocharid wasp from China, By P. P. Babiy. Pp. 

543-546, 1 fig. Oct. 24, 1941. 

3120. Two new species of cecidomyiid flies from phlox. By Charles T. Greene. 

Pp. 547-551, 1 fig. Oct. 30, 1941. 

Volume 91 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 91. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-520 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3121-3132) ; pp. 521-529 (index) ; 64 figs., 28 pis. 1943. 

3121. The mammalian faunas of the Paleocene of central Utah, with notes on the 

geology. By C. Lewis Gazin. Pp. 1-53, 29 figs., 3 pis. Oct. 2, 1941. 

3122. A new fossil crocodilian from Colombia. By Charles C. Mock. Pp. 55-58, 

6 pis. Jan. 17, 1942. 

3123. The North American moths of the genus Arachn'is, with one new species. By 

J. F. Gates Clarke. Pp. 59-70, 3 pis. Nov. 14, 1941. 

3124. Some little-known fossil lizards from the Oligocene of Wyoming. By Charles 

W. Gilmore. Pp. 71-76, 3 figs. Nov. 13, 1941. 

3125. New species of hydroids, mostly from the Atlantic Ocean, in the United 

States National Museum. By C. McLean Eraser. Pp. 77-89, 6 pis. 
Nov. 14, 1941. 

3126. The Nevada early Ordovician (Pogonip) sponge fauna. By R. S. Bassler. 

Pp. 91-102, 6 pis. Nov. 1, 1941. 

3127. The Mexican subspecies of the snake Coniophanes fissidens. Bj Hobart M. 

Smith. Pp. 103-111. 1 fia;. Nov. 13. 1941, 



PROCEEDINGS 17S 

Proe. 
No. 

3128. Report on the Smithsonian-Firestone Expedition's collection of reptiles and 

amphibians from Liberia. By Arthur Loveridge. Pp. 113-140, 1 fig. 
Nov. 14, 1941. 

3129. Notes on some crayfishes from Alabama caves, with the description of a new 

species and a new subspecies. By Rendell Rhoades. Pp. 141-148, 2 figs. 
Nov. 6, 1941. 

3130. Notes on the snake genus Trimorphodon. By Hobart M. Smith. Pp. 149-168, 

2 figs. Nov. 10, 1941. 

3131. Catalog of human crania in the United States National Museum collections: 

Eskimo in general. By Ales Hrdlicka. Pp. 169-429, 1 fig. Aug. 1, 1942. 

3132. The species of Aegla, endemic South American fresh-water crustaceans. By 

Waldo L. Schraitt. Pp. 431-520, 25 figs., 4 pis. Aug. 18, 1942. 

Volume 92 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 92. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-619 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3133-3156); pp. 621-668 (index); 47 figs., 43 pis. 1943. 

3133. Notes on two genera of American flies of the family Trypetidae. By John 

R. Malloch. Pp. 1-20, 1 fig. Jan. 7, 1942. 

3134. The Freda, N. Dak., meteorite: a nickel-rich ataxite. By E. P. Henderson 

and Stuart H. Perry. Pp. 20-23, 4 pis. Mar. 23, 1942. 

3135. Some cestodes from Florida sharks. By Asa C. Chandler. Pp. 25-31, 2 figs. 

Feb. 9, 1942. 

3136. A new species of phyllopod crustacean from the southwestern short-grass 

prairies. By J. G. Mackin. Pp. 33-39, 3 figs. Apr. 15, 1942. 

3137. Descriptions of five new species of Chalcidoidea, with notes on a few 

described species (Hymenoptera.) By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 41-51. Mar. 4, 1942. 

3138. A new stomatopod crustacean from the west coast of Mexico. By Steve A. 

Glassell. Pp. 53-56, 1 fig. Mar. 26, 1942. 

3139. The chrysomelid beetles Luperodes bivittatus (LeConte) and varicornis 

(LeConte) and some allied species. By Doris H. Blake. Pp. 57-74, 2 pis. 
Apr. 7, 1942. 

3140. Notes on the classification of the staphylinid beetles of the groups Lispini 

and Osoriinae. By Richard E. Blackwelder. Pp. 75-90. Apr. 7, 1942. 

3141. Scored bone artifacts of the central Great Plains. By W. R. Wedel and A. T. 

Hill. Pp. 91-100, 7 pis. Apr. 28, 1942. 

3142. The identity of some marine annelid worms in the United States National 

Museum. By Olga Hartman. Pp. 101-140, 8 figs. June 10, 1942. 

3143. The Sardis (Georgia) meteorite. By E. P. Henderson and C. Wythe Cooke. 

Pp. 141-150, 2 pis. Apr. 30, 1942. 

3144. Rhopocrinus, a new fossil inadunate crinoid genus. By Edwin Kirk. Pp. 

151-155, 1 pi. Apr. 24, 1942. 

3145. Notes on beetles related to Phyllophaga Harris, with descriptions of new 

genera and subgenera. By Lawrence W. Saylor. Pp. 157-165, 1 pi. 
June 11, 1942. 

3146. Descriptions of the larvae of some West Indian raelolonthine beetles and a 

key to the known larvae of the tribe. By Adam G. Boving. Pp. 167-176, 
2 pis. June 13, 1942. 

3147. New species of bark beetles (Pityophthorini) from Mexico and tropical 

America (Coleoptera, Scolytidae). By M. W. Blackman. Pp. 177-228, 
4 pis. Nov. 25, 1942. 

3148. Osteology of Polyglyphanodon, an Upper Cretaceous lizard from Utah. By 

Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 229-265, 21 figs., 3 pis. Oct. 13, 1942. 

3149. Notes and new species of Microlepidoptera from Washington State. By J. F. 

Gates Clarke. Pp. 267-276, 6 pis. Oct. 13, 1942. 

3150. The genotypes of some of Ashmead's genera of ichneumon-flies. By R. A. 

Cushman. Pp. 277-289. Oct. 8, 1942. 
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Proc 
No. 

3151. New Neotropical insects of the apterygotan family Japygidae. By H. E. Ewing 

and Irving Fox. Pp. 291-299, 2 pis. Oct. 1, 1942. 

3152. The fresh-water fishes of Liberia. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 301-348, 1 fig., 

2 pis. Nov. 13, 1942. 

3153. Mexican herpetological miscellany. By Hobart M. Smith. Pp. 349-395, 1 fig., 

1 pi. Nov. 5, 1942. 

3154. Revision of the genus Pliloeostnus Chapuis in North America (Coleoptera, 

Scolytidae). By M. W. Blackman. Pp. 397-474, 4 pis. Dec. 21, 1942. 

3155. The late Cenozoic vertebrate faunas from the San Pedro Valley, Ariz. By 

C. Lewis Gazin. Pp. 475-518, 9 figs., 2 pis. Dec. 10, 1942. 

3156. The type species of the genera and subgenera of bees. By Grace A. Sand- 

house. Pp. 519-619. Mar. 5, 1943. 

Volume 93 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 93. Pp. i-viii (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-608 (Pro- 
ceedings papers 3157-3170) ; pp. 609-647 (index) ; 21 figs., 32 pis. 1944. 

3157. The Nearctic species of parasitic flies belonging to Zenillia and allied genera. 

By Wendell F. Sellers. Pp. 1-108. Jan. 19, 1943. 

3158. A new fossil reptile from the Upper Cretaceous of Utah. By Charles W. 

Gilmore. Pp. 109-114, 5 figs. Dec. 12, 1942. 

3159. Some American geometrid moths of the subfamily Ennominae heretofore 

associated with or closely related to Ellopia Treitschke. By Hahn W. 
Capps. Pp. 115-151, 10 pis. Feb. 24, 1943. 

3160. Skeletal remains with cultural associations from the Chicama, Moche, and 

Virii Valleys, Peru. By T. D. Stewart. Pp. 153-185, 8 pis. Jan. 23, 1943. 

3161. New marine mollusks from the Antillean region. By Harald A. Rehder. 

Pp. 187-203, 2 pis. Jan. 20, 1943. 

3162. A new pest of Albizzia in the District of Columbia (Lepidoptera: Glyphip- 

terygidae). By J, F. Gates Clarke. Pp. 205-208, 5 pis. Mar. 9, 1943. 

3163. Osteology of Upper Cretaceous lizards from Utah, with a description of a 

new species. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 209-214, 5 figs. Jan. 19, 1943. 

3164. The birds of southern Veracruz, Mexico. By Alexander Wetraore. Pp. 215- 

340, 1 fig., 3 pis. May 25, 1943. 

3165. New genera and species of bark beetles of the subfamily Micracinae 

(Scolytidae, Coleoptera). By M. W. Blackman. Pp. 341-365, 2 pis. 
Mar. 22, 1943. 

3166. Notes on some barnacles from the Gulf of California. By Dora Priaulx 

Henrj'. Pp. 367-373, 1 pi. May 3, 1943. 

3167. New species of buprestid beetles of the genus Agr'tlus from Trinidad. By 

W. S. Fisher. Pp. 375-380. July 26, 1943. 

3168. Some fungus beetles of the family Endonnychidac in the United States Na- 

tional Museum, mostly from Latin America and the Philippine Islands. 
By H. F. Strohecker. Pp. 381-392, 1 fig. Aug. 5, 1943. 

3169 Summary of the collections of snakes and crocodilians made in Mexico 
under the Walter Rathbone Bacon Traveling Scholai'ship. By Hobart M. 
Smith. Pp. 393-504, 3 figs., 1 pi. Oct. 29, 1943. 

3170. The North American parasitic wasps of the genus Tetrastichus — a contribu- 
tion to biological control of insect pests. By B. D. Burks. Pp. 505-608, 6 
figs. Oct. 26, 1943. 



PROCEEDINGS 175 

Volume 94 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 94. Pp. i-vi (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, anJ list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-582 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3171-3177) ; pp. 583-598 (index) ; 34 pis., 157 figs. 1944. 

Pror. 
No. 

3171. Catalog of human crania in the United States National Museum collections: 

Non-Eskimo people of the Northwest coast, Alaska, and Siberia. By Alei 
Hrdlicka. Pp. 1-172. Apr. 6, 1944. 

3172. The catfishes of Venezuela, with descriptions of thirty-eight new forms. By 

Leonard P. Sciuiltz. Pp. 173-338, 5 figs., 14 pis. Feb. 11, 1944. 

3173. Revisions of two genera of chalcid-flies belonging to the family Eupelmidae 

from North and South America. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 339-369. Nov. 
26, 1943. 

3174. New species of American scolytoid beetles, mostly Neotropical. By M. W. 

Blackman. Pp. 371-399, 3 pis. Nov. 22, 1943. 

3175. A revision of the Embioptera, or web-spinners, of the New World. By 

Edward S. Ross. Pp. 401-504, 151 figs., 2 pis. Jan. 19, 1944. 

3176. Twelve new species of Chinese leaf-katydids of the genus Xiph'tdiopsis. By 

Ernest R. Tinkham. Pp. 505-527, 1 fig. Apr. 29, 1944. 

3177. Parasitic copepods in the United States National Museum. By Charles 

Branch Wilson. Pp. 529-582, 15 pis. July 10, 1944. 

Volume 95 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 95. Pp. i-vili (title page, 
advertisement, table of contents, and list of illustrations) ; pp. 1-613 (Proceed- 
ings papers 3178-3185) ; pp. 615-647 (index) ; 61 figs., 32 pis. 1947. 

3178. New American cynipids from galls." By Lewis H. Weld. Pp. 1-24, 2 pis. 

Apr. 15, 1944. 

3179. A collection of birds from northern Guanacaste, Costa Rica. By Alexander 

Wetmore. Pp. 25-80, 4 pis. July 7, 1944. 

3180. Studies in Neotropical Mallophaga (III): Tinamidae No. 2. By M. A. 

Carriker, Jr. Pp. 81-233, 29 figs. Oct. 10, 1944. 

3181. The fishes of the family Characlnidae from Venezuela, with descriptions of 

seventeen new forms. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 235-367, 27 figs. 
Sept. 6, 1944. 

3182. New genera and species of Oriental and Australian plant bugs in the United 

States National Museum. By Tsai-Yu Hsiao. Pp. 369-396, 1 fig. Aug. 
5, 1944. 

3183. New species of buprestid beetles from Trinidad. By W. S. Fisher. Pp. 

397-409. July 22, 1944. 

3184. The Fulgoroidea, or lanternflles, of Trinidad and adjacent parts of South 

America. By R. G. Fennah. Pp. 411-520, 11 pis. May 24, 1945. 

3185. Summary of the collections of amphibians made in Mexico under the Walter 

Rathbone Bacon Traveling Scholarship. By Edward H. Taylor and 
Hobart M. Smith. Pp. 521-613, 4 figs., 15 pis. Jan. 30, 1945. 

Volume 96 

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 96 [not yet completed]. 

3186. Review of the spider monkeys. By Remington Kellogg and E. A. Goldman. 

Pp. 1-45, 2 figs. Nov. 2, 1944. 

3187. A revision of the American clingfishes, family Gobiesocidae, with descriptions 

of new genera and forms. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 47-77, 1 pi. Dec 
30, 1544. 

3188. New beetles of the family Eucnemidldae from Central America and the West 

Indies. By W. S. Fisher. Pp. 79-93. May 8, 1945. 



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No. 

3189. New lanternflles (Fulgoroidea) from South America. By R. G. Fennah. Pp. 

95-104, 2 pis. May 9, 1945. 

3190. The genus Fundella Zeller: A contribution toward a revision of the American 

pyralidoid moths of the family Phycitidae. By Carl Heinrich. Pp. 105-114, 
3 pis. May 18, 1945. 

3191. A new genus and two new species of percoid fishes from New Guinea, 

family Centropomidae. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 115-121, 2 figs. 
Mar. 6, 1945. 

3192. Three new sciaenid fishes of the genus Ophioscion from the Atlantic coasts 

of Central and South America. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 123-137, 4 
figs. Apr. 25, 1945. 

3193. The ichneumon-flies of the genus Cryptanura Brulle, mainly tropical 

American. By R. A. Cushman. Pp. 139-176. May 23, 1945. 

3194. Neotropical lanternflies of the genus Phrictus in the United States National 

Museum, with descriptions of four new species. By John S. Caldwell. 
Pp. 177-184, 4 pis. May 16, 1945. 

3195. Hyporhamphtis pairis, a new species of hemiramphid fish from Sinaloa, 

Mexico, with an analysis of the generic characters of Hyporhamplins and 
Hemiramphus. By Robert R. Miller. Pp. 185-193, 1 fig., 1 pi. July 27, 1945. 

3196. Notes on recently mounted reptile fossil skeletons in the United States Na- 

tional Museum. By Charles W. Gilmore. Pp. 195-203, 8 pis. Feb. 5, 1946. 

3197. The onychophores of Panama and the Canal Zone. By Austin H. Clark and 

James Zetek. Pp. 205-213. Feb, 21, 1946. 

3198. Echiuroid worms of the North Pacific Ocean. By Walter Kenrick Fisher. 

Pp. 215-292, 10 figs., 18 pis. Apr. 11, 1946. 

3199. The osteology of the fossil turtle Testudo praeextans Lambe, with notes 

on other species of Testudo from the Oligocene of Wyoming. By Charles 
W, Gilmore. Pp. 293-310, 8 figs., 7 pis. Mar. 28, 1946. 

3200. Eight new species of chalcid-flies of the genus Psetidaphycus Clausen, with a 

key to the species. By A. B. Gahan. Pp. 311-327. Nov. 22, 1946. 

3201. New cerambycid beetles belonging to the tribe Disteniini from Central and 

South America. By W. S. Fisher. Pp. 329-333. Nov. 26, 1946. 

3202. Machaeroides eothen Matthew, the sabertooth creodont of the Bridger Eocene. 

By C. Lewis Gazin. Pp. 335-347, 2 pis. Dec. 16, 1946. 

3203. Review of some chalcidoid genera related to Cerocepliala Westwood. By A, B. 

Gahan. Pp. 349-376, 2 pis. Dec. 31, 1946. 

3204. A revision of the genera of mullets, fishes of the family Mugilidae, with 

descriptions of three new genera. By Leonard P. Schultz. Pp. 377-395, 
5 figs. Dec. 5, 1946. 



CIRCULARS ' 

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No. 

1. Plan of organization and regulations. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 1-58. 1881. 

2. Circular addressed to friends of the Museum. By Spencer F. Baird. Pp. 1-2. 

1881. 

3. Circular in reference to petroleum collections. By S. F. Baird. Pp. 1-2. 1881. 

4. Circular concerning the department of insects. By Spencer F. Baird. 1 p. 1881. 

5. Establishment and officers. Pp. 1-2. 1881. 

6. Classification and arrangement of the materia medica collection. By James 

M. Flint. Pp. 1-2. 1881. 

7. A classification of the forms in which drugs and medicines appear, and are 

administered. By James M. Flint. Pp. 1-7. 1881. 

8. Memoranda for collectors of drugs for the materia medica section of the 

National Museum. By James M. Flint. Pp. 1-2. 1881. 

9. Circular in reference to the building-stone collection. By Spencer F. Baird. 

Pp. 1-6. 1881. 

10. Two letters on the work of the National Museum. By Barnet Phillips. Pp. 

1-10. 1881. 

11. A provisional classification of the food collections. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 

1-22. 1881. 

12. Classification of the collection to illustrate the art of taxidermy. By William T. 

Hornaday. Pp. 1-2. 1881. 

13. Outline of a scheme of Museum classification. By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 1-4. 

1881. 

14. Circular requesting material for the library. By Spencer F. Baird. Pp. 1-3. 1881. 

15. The organization and objects of the National Museum. Pp. 1-4. 1881. 

16. Plans for the installation of collections. Pp. 1-2. 1881. 

17. Contributions and their acknowledgment. 1 p. 1881. 

18. List of publications of the United States National Museum. Pp. 1-12. 1881. 

19. Classification of the materia medica collection of the U. S. National Museum, 

and catalogue of specimens. By James M. Flint. Pp. 1-45. 1883. 

20. Request for specimens of drugs and information concerning them. By Spencer 

F. Baird. 1 p. 1883. 

21. Circular relative to contributions of aboriginal antiquities to the United States 

National Museum. By Charles Rau. 5 pp. 1883. 

22. Brief directions for removing and preserving the skins of mammals. By Wm. 

T. Hornaday. 7 pp., 4 figs. 1883. 

23. Instructions for taking paper molds of inscriptions in stone, wood, bronze, etc. 

Prepared by A. P. Niblack. 5 pp. 1883. 

24. Plan of a collection to illustrate the textile industries of the United States, to 

be exhibited at the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of 
1884-1885, at New Orleans. By Romyn Hitchcock. Pp. 1-16. 1884. 

25. Preliminary plan for a collection of the building and ornamental stones and 

rocks of the United States, to be exhibited at the World's Industrial and 
Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884-1885, at New Orleans. By George P. 
Merrill. Pp. 1-2. 1884. 

26. Plan for a collection of gems and precious stones, to be exhibited at the Cin- 

cinnati Industrial Exposition and the World's Industrial and Cotton Cen- 
tennial Exposition of 18S4-1885, at New Orleans. By F. W. Clarke. Pp. 1-2. 
1884. 

27. Directions for collecting, preserving, and transporting tortricids and other 

small moths. By C. H. Fernald. Pp. 1-3. 1884. 

28. Directions for mound exploration. By Cyrus Thomas. Pp. 1-3. 1884. 

29. Provisional plan for a collection of mammals to be exhibited at the World's 

Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884-'85, at New Orleans. 
By Frederick W. True. Pp. 1-27. 1884. 

1 Circulars 1-18 reprinted in Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. 4; 19-23, vol. 6; 24-31, vol. 7; 
32 and 33, vol. 8; 35, Rep. U. S. Nat. Mus. for 1886; 37, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. 10. 

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30. A list of birds the eggs of which are wanted to complete the series in the 

National Museum, with instructions for collecting eggs. By Charles E. 
Bendire. Pp. 1-4. 1884. 

31. Plan to illustrate the mineral resources of the United States and their utilization, 

at the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884-1885, 
at New Orleans. By Fred. P. Dewey. Pp. 1-8. 1884. 

32. Classification of the materia medica collection of the U. S. National Museum, 

and catalogue of specimens. By James M. Flint. (Revised and extended by 
Henry G. Beyer). Pp. 1-39. 1885. 

33. Notes on the preparation of rough skeletons. By Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 1-8, 

12 figs. 

34. Circular for the guidance of persons desiring to make exchanges of birds or 

birds' eggs with the National Museum. 1 p. 1886. 

35. Concerning the lending of type specimens. By Spencer F. Baird. 1 p. 1886. 

36. Circular concerning the department of antiquities. By S. P. Langley. 1 p., 

5 pis. 1887. 

37. Catalogue of the contributions of the section of graphic arts to the Ohio Valley 

Centennial Exposition, Cincinnati, 1888. By S. R. Koehler. 31 pp. 1887. 

38. Contributions of the department of transportation and engineering to the Ohio 

Valley Centennial Exhibition, 1888. By J. Elfreth Watkins. Pp. 1-18. 1888. 

39. The contribution of the section of Oriental antiquities to the Ohio Valley 

Centennial Exhibition. By Cyrus Adler. Pp. 1-7. 1888. 

40. Description of exhibit made by the department of prehistoric anthropology in 

the National Museum at the Ohio Valley and Central States Exposition in 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1888. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 1-33, 50 figs. 1888. 

41. Guide to a collection illustrating the families of mammals, exhibited in the Ohio 

Valley Centennial Exposition in 1888 by the U. S. National Museum. By 
Frederick W. True. Pp. 1-26. 1888. 

42. Circular relating to prehistoric anthropology. By Thomas Wilson. Pp. 1-16, 

4 figs. 1888. 

43. To the correspondents of the U. S. National Museum. [With a view to 

securing accessions for the library.] By G. Brown Goode. 1 p. 1894. 

44. To the correspondents of the U. S. National Museum. [With a view to securing 

publications for the library in exchange.] By G. Brown Goode. Pp. 1-8. 1894. 

45. To the correspondents of the U. S. National Museum. [With a view to 

securing authors' separates and reprints for the library.] By G. Brown 
Goode. 1 p. 1894. 

46. [On the proposed revision of Bulletin 22, relating to the flora of the District 

of Columbia.] By G. Brown Goode. 2 pp. 1895. 

47. Circular in regard to the identification of specimens of raollusks by the Na- 

tional Museum. By G. Brown Goode. 2 pp. 1895. 

48. Circular in regard to bones and teeth of the mastodon and mammoth. By 

Frederic A. Lucas. Pp. 1-4, 2 figs. 1897. 

49. [Relating to the North American Violaceae.] By Frederick W. True. 1 p. 

1899. 

50. [Transmitting questions relating to birds and birds' eggs.] By Richard Rath- 

bun. 3 pp. 1901. 

51. Circular to accompany collections illustrating rock-weathering and soil-formation 

which have been prepared by the department of geology, U. S. National 
Museum, under direction of Dr. George P. Merrill, head curator. Pp. 1-3. 
Dec. 1, 1901. 

52. Circular to accompany collections illustrating rock-weathering and soil-formation 

which have been prepared by the department of geology, U. S. National 
Museum. Pp. 1-2. 1928. 

53. Mammoths and mastodons. By James W. Gidley. Pp. 1-5, 2 figs. Jan. 28, 1929. 



CLASSIFIED INDEX TO TITLES 



Prepared by Gladys O. Visel 



The index that follows is intended as a finding-index to the titles and 
authors of the publicatons listed in the foregoing pages. It does not attempt 
to go beyond the titles to index the detailed contents of the papers, as this 
would require a work of many times this size.* For example, under the 
locality California a user of the index would not be referred to every Museum 
publication that might include California in its scope. Localities are included 
only when they appear in the titles. The large categories America and North 
America have usually not been indexed even when they appear in the titles, 
as they are too numerous and general to make their indexing of any value. 
Countries of South America, Africa, Asia, Australia, etc., generally have 
not been included under the continent except where the latter appears in 
the title; these countries appear in their alphabetical place in the Index. In 
general, subjects are broken down into the main divisions of curatorial and 
research work with which the National Museum is concerned and which is 
reflected in its publications. Here again the user should not expect to find 
under any one subject a complete catalog of information. A general paper 
on insects, for example, might contain information on many families and 
groups, but since the names of these would not appear in the title of the 
paper as listed they would not appear in the index (except perhaps in other 
connections). A paper entitled "The Birds of Ecuador" would be indexed 
under Birds and under Ecuador, but not under Warblers although this group 
might occupy a large portion of the paper; whereas a paper on "The Warblers 
of Ecuador" would be indexed under Birds, Warblers, under Warblers 
{see Birds) y and under Ecuador, Warblers, but not under Ecuador, Birds. 
In other words, although this is a classified Index, the user must remember 
that in the natural-history sections entries have not been reassembled under 
the geographic groups for the sake of systematic completeness; he will find, 
for example, under South America, entries under Hymenoptera, Diptera, 
moths, etc., but these have not been assembled under Insects. The reader 
will find also that absolute uniformity of treatment has occasionally been 
sacrificed for the sake of brevity and expediency. An instance of this will 
be found in the class Insecta, which because of its size has been subdivided 
into its various orders; in other classes of animals this has not been done. 
Cross-references have been freely used to avoid duplication and to reduce the 
size of the index. 



* A comprehensive, detailed index of National Museum publications has been in preparation in 
the Editorial Office of the Museum for several years and is completed to the year 1900. It is in the 
form of a 3-by-5 card file and comprises to date about 235,000 cards. It may be consuUed in the 
Editor's Office, Smithsonian Building, by anyone interested. 

179 



Key to Abbreviations of Series 



B: Bulletin 
C: Circular 
CNH: Contributions from the National Herbarium 
P: Proceedings 
R: Annual Report 
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INDEX 



Abbott, James Francis, P1221. 

fishes collected in Manchuria, P1493. 
Abbott, William Louis, R1891, pt. 3, No, 

2; P973. 
Abbott, W. L., collections: basketwork, 
Malaysian, P1631. 
birds, Africa, east, Kilimanjaro 
region, P1411. 
Aldabra and Assumption Is- 
lands, P953. 
Aldabra, Assumption, and Glo- 

riosa Islands, P1008. 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 

P1288. 
Asia, centrsl, P1083, 1195. 
Java Sea Islands, P2232. 
Karimata Islands, P2S12. 
Kashmir, Baltistan, and Lt- 

dak, P1078. 
Madagascar, P1118. 
Seychelles, Amirantes, Glorio- 
sa. Assumption, Aldabra, and 
adjacent islands, P1079. 
Siam and Malay Peninsula, 

B172. 
Sumatra, P1318, 2268, 2282. 
birds' nests and eggs, Aldabra, 

P983. 
crabs, Indian Ocean, P979. 
herpetological collections, Haiti, 

P2S43. 
insects, Seychelles, Aldabra, GIo- 
rioso, and Providence Islands, 
P1119. 
Lepidoptera, Africa, east, P1062. 
Aldabra, Seychelles, and other 

east African islands, P1064. 
Kashmir, P1065. 
mammals, Africa, east, Kiliman- 
jaro region, P915. 
Baltistan and vale of Kashmir, 

P976. 
Borneo, P1S77, 1809. 
Dutch East Indies, Karimata 

Islands, P1481, 
Rhio-Linga Archipelago, P1485. 
Sumatra, P1317, 1626, 2188. 
Odonata, east Africa, P1046. 
porpoises, Prodelphinus, skeletons 
and skulls, Indian Ocean, P982. 
reptiles and batrachians. East Af- 
rica, P970. 
Aborigines, American. (See under An- 
thropology, Indians.) 
Abrolhos Islands, birds collected by Al- 
batross, P768, 798. 
Abyssinia, Hoffman Philip ethnological 

collections, P1819. 
Acanthocephalans, parasites of birds, 

P893; of fishes, P1S60, 2346, 2977. 
Acarina. (See under Arachnids.) 
Acorns, gallflies producing galls on, 
P2440. 



Actiniani. (See under Sea anemones.) 
Adler, Cyrus, R1892, pt, 3, No. 4; 1893, 

pt. 2, Nos. 8, 9; C39; P936. 
Adler, Cyrus, and Casanowicz, Im- 
manuel Moses, R1896, pt. 2, Nos, 4, 5; 
P1630, 
Africa, batrachians from W. L. Abbott 
and W. A. Chanler, P970. 
birds, Cameroons District, P1180. 
Ethiopia and Kenya Colony, Frick 

Expedition, B153. 
Francolinus, Chalcopelia, Cinnyris, 
Chalcomitra, Anthreptes, EstriU 
da, Halcyon, Melittophagus, 
Colius, P2076. 
German and British East, P1469. 
Kilimanjaro region, P1411. 
Liberia, PI 182. 

Smithsonian-Chrysler Expedition, 
P2738. 
blindsnakes, Congo Free State, P969. 
cestode from bustard, P1844. 
chameleon, new, Kilimanjaro, P857. 
Coleoptera, Tana River and Jobene 

Range, P1094. 
corals, French Somaliland, P1526. 
crabs, fresh-water, new, P980, 
crinoids of coasts, P1808. 
crustaceans, P949, 1199. ^ 
Diplopoda, Gomphodesmidae,P1170; 
Polydesmoidea collected by W. A. 
Chanler, P1042; Oxydesmus 
from Congo, P1036; Strongylo- 
somatidae, PI 137. 
Diptera, new, P1243. 
earthworms, new, P2263. 
ethnological collections from Kili- 
manjaro, R1891, pt, 3, No. 2. 
fishes, collected by H. C. Raven in 
Lake Tanganyika, P2998 ; Liberia, 
•P3152; U. S, Eclipse Expedition, 
P2294, 
fluke from monkey and roundworms 

from animals, P2783. 
gecko, Tanganyika Territory, P2720. 
Hymenoptera, parasitic, Microgas- 

terinae, P22S2, 
implements, flint, Fayum, Egypt, 

R1904, pt. 2, No. 3, 
Insecta, Arachnida, and Myriapoda 
of U, S. Eclipse Expedition, P951. 
Lepidoptera, P1062, 1098. 
lizard, scincoid, new, P862, 
mammals, Kilimanjaro, P814, 915; 
Smithsonian-Chrysler Expedition, 
P2738; Tana River, P954. 
mammals in National Museum, B99: 
Insectivora, Chiroptera, Car- 
nivora, pt, 1 ; Rodentia, La- 
gomorpha, Tubulidentata, pt, 
2; Primates, Artiodactyla, 
Perissodactyla, Proboscidea, 
Hyracoidea, pt, 3. 
mancala, national game, R1894, pt 
2, No, 2, 

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AFRICA-ALBATROSS , 



Africa (continued). 

mollusks, Achatinidae, P2960; U. S. 

Scientific Expedition, P940, 
Myriapoda, collected bv H. Chaete- 
iaine in Loanda, P968, 969; Oxy 
desmus, Congo, P1036. 
Odonata, P1046, 1047. 
Orthoptera, Mantidae and Pbasmi- 

dae, P1910. 
reptiles and amphibians in National 
Museum, BlSl; Smithsonian-Fire- 
stone Liberian collection, P312S. 
reptiles from W. L. Abbott and \A'. 

A. Chanler, P970. 
sand-barites, Kharga, P1726. 
sword blades and other weapons, 

corrugation in, P703. 
vertebrates collected by Smithsonian- 
Chrysler Expedition, P2738. 
weaverbird, new, P1370. 
(See also under South Africa and 
Southwest Africa.) 
African islands, east, Lepidoptera, P1064. 
Ainos, Japan, R1890, pt. 3, No. 6. 
Alabama, crayfishes from cavca, P3129. 
meteorites from, P1249, 1508. 
plant life, CNH6. 

plants, fossil, collected by I. C. Rus- 
sell at Black Creek, near Gadsden, 
P688. 
reptile, mosasauroid, Cretaceous, 

P1870. 
snake. Eocene, new, Pi 164. 
Alaska, Alepidosaurus aesculapius, P342. 
amphipods, Pribilof Islands, P1998. 
annelids, collected by R. A. Bartlett, 
P2601; Nereis {Ceratonereis) 
alasken'is, P2397. 
Aspidophoroides giiniheri, P487. 
Bathymaster jordani, P753. 
birds, collected by C. H, Townsend, 

P960; notes on, P274. 
botany, Yakutat Bay, CNH3, No. 6. 
brachiopod, Cyinbidium, Silurian, 
P2649; Harpidium, fossil, 
P2S69. 
Brooksina, Upper Silurian, P2414. 
Cerithiopsis, new, P1711. 
Chinese relics, P899. 
Coast Indians, R1888, pt. 3, No. 1; 

P718. 
crnnia, non-Eskimo, P3171. 
Crustacea and one worm, P459. 
crustaceans, schizopod, in National 

Museum, P1591. 
ethnological specimens from Uga- 
shagmut tribe, Ugashak River, 
Bristol Bay, P364. 
fishes, Anarrhichai lepturus, with 
notes on other Anarrhichcs, 
P80; catalog, P225. 
collected by Nichols, P2S5, 387. 
genera and species, PIOO. 
new, collected by Yukon, P210; 
collected by Albatross, P795. 
Uranidea microstoma, P121. 



Alaska (continued). 

flies, two-winged, Colichopodidae, 

P2446, 2490. 
flora, fossil, review, P998. 

Lower Jurassic, Matanuska Val- 
ley, P2158. 

Miocene, P300. 
gasteropod, Bathmopterus, Siluriati, 

P2763. 
grasses, CNH13, pt. 3. 
Hippoglossus vulgaris, Unalaska and 

St. Michaels, P70. 
bydroid, corymorphalike, P1343. 
Hydroida, P1171. 
Indians, crania, P2480. 
jadeite implements of Innuit^, P395. 
lichens collected by T. H. Bean, 

P397. 
Lycodes turneri, P59. 
mammals, collected by C. L. McKay 

at Bristol Bay, P564. 
Melanetta jusca in, P411. 
mollusks, new, PI. 

Pisidium, with field notes by G. D. 
Hanna, P2160. 

Pycnodesma, Silurian, P2692. 
mountain sheep, Ovis montana dalli, 

P399. 
needlecases, decorative designs of, 

study in history of conventional 

designs, P16I6. 
pallasite, Cold Bay, P2425. 
Pentacrinus, fossil, P2577. 
petrel, new, P339. 
plants, collected by Albatross, P772; 

by L. McKay, Nushagak, P513; 
fossil, P679. 
porpoise, Phocaena dalli, P49S. 
rockfish, Sebastichthys brevispinis, 

P1027. 
snow bunting, new, P412. 
Stlchaeus punctatus, St. Michaels, 

P47. 
whitefish, Coregonus nelsonii, P407. 

Coregonus pusillus, P748. 
Alaskan region, limpets and chitons, 

report on, P48. 
Albatross collections: actinians, P930. 
Alcyonaria, Hawaiian Islands, P1624. 

Japanese waters, P1923. 
Amphipoda, west coast. North Amer- 
ica, P1654. 
annelids, including one new genus, 
P594. 

Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, 
pts. 8, 9 ; vol. 6, pts. 2, 5. 
ascidians, Philippine Islands, BlOO, 

vol. 1, pt. 2. 
barnacles, China Sea and Philippine 

Islands, P1904. 
batrachians, cruise of 1887-88, P769. 
birds, Alaska, collected by C. H. 
Townsend, P960 ; by J. E. Bene- 
dict and W. Nye, P420. 



ALBATROSS- ALBATROSS 



18S 



Albatross collections, birds (continued). 
Cozumel Island, Yucatan, P539. 
Galapagos Islands, P767. 
North America, western coasts and 

adjacent islands, P799. 
north Pacific Ocean, Bering, Ok- 
hotsk, Japan, and eastern seas, 
P1727. _ 
West Indies, Santa Lucia; Brazil, 
Abrolhos Islands; Straits of 
Magellan, P768. 
bird skeletons, Abrolhos Islands, 
Brazil, Straits of Magellan, and 
Galapagos Islands, P798. 
Brachiopoda, 1887-88 cruise, P773. 
Hawaiian Islands and northwest 
America, P1032. 
Brachyura, Norfolk, Va., to San 

Francisco, Calif., P1162. 
bryozoans, Philippine Islands, BlOO, 

vol. 9. 
cephalopods, northwestern Pacific, 

P2310. 
chaetognaths, Philippine Islands, 

BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 4. 
chitons, northwest Pacific, P2223. 
coelenterates, Philippine Islands, 
BlOO, vol. 1, pts, 3, S; vol. 6, pt. 3. 
crabs, Lithodidae, P1C16, 

Philippine Islands, P2044, 2067, 

2135. 
west coast of America and Sand- 
wich Islands, P933. 
crinoids, Hawaiian Islands, P1608. 
Philippine Islands, P1756, 1798. 
stalked. Gulf of Mexico and Car- 
ibbean Sea, P547; Philippine 
Islands, P1793. 
crustaceans, Philippine Islands, 

P2129; Stomatopoda, P1017. 
Diatomaceae, Atlantic Ocean off 

Delaware Bay, P937. 
diatoms. Pacific Ocean, CNHIO, pt. 
5; Philippine Islands, BlOO, 
vol. 6, pt. 1. 
Echini, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of 
Mexico, P491; Gulf of Mex- 
ico, P544. 
echinoderms, Philippine Islands, 
BlOO, vols. 3, 5; vol. 6, pt. 4; 
vol. 14, pt. 1. 
fishes, Alaska, P795. 

apodal, tropical Pacific, P8S6. 
Atlantic SB2; northwestern, 

P1012-1014. 
Bahia, Brazil, P829. 
British Columbia, P787. 
California, southern, P207S. 
Celebes, P1917. 
Chile to Uruguajs P2133. 
East Indies, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 7. 
Galapagos Islands and Colombia, 

P770. 
Galapagos Islands and Panama, 

P840. 
Heteromi, P1013. 
Japan, P1213, 1909, 2149. 



Albatross collections, fishes (continued), 
new, from list of aberrant, PUIS. 
North America, Pacific coast, 

P797. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, 
pt. 7, vols. 7, 8, 10-14, pt. 2; 
P1822, 1853, 1868, 1872, 1877, 
1896, 1899, 1924, 1948, 1997, 
3032, 3106. 
Santa Barbara Islands and Gulf 

of California, P880. 
St. Lucia, Port Castries, P789. 
Straits of Magellan, P2133. 
Suhi Archipelago, P2003. 
Uruguay to Chile, P2133. 
flounders, Gastropsetta frontalis ar.d 
Cyclopsetta chittendeni, P1030. 
flounders and soles, Japan, P2082. 
Foraminif era, Hawaiian Islands, 
P1603. 
Pacific, tropical, B161. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, 
pt. 6, vol. 4; P1759, 1898, 
1973, 2172. 
Recent, R1897, pt. 2, No. 1. 
fossils, Mesozoic, St. Pauls and St. 

Peters Islands, P793. 
holothurians, north Pacific coast of 
North America, Pi 558; north- 
western Pacific, P2073. 
Hydroida, BlOO, vol. 6, pt. 3. 
hydromedusae, siphonophores, and 
ctenophores, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 5. 
insects, 1887-88 cruise, P771. 
isopods, northwestern Pacific, P1701. 
medusae, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of 
Mexico, P528; Philippines, 
P1931. 
medusae and siphonophorae, north- 
western Pacific, P1946. 
mollusks, 1887-88 cruise, P773, 813, 
849. 
Galapagos Islands, P942. 
Hawaiian Islands and northwest 

America, P1032. 
Philippine Ishrids, BlOO, vol. 1, 
pt. 1, vol. 2, pt. 5, vol. 6, ptg. 
6-9; P1978, 1983. 
southeast coast of U. S., P2667. 
ophiurans, Philippine seas, BlOO, 

vol. 5. 
plants, Alaska, P772. 

America, western co2?^, CNHl, 

No. 5 (2d art.). 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 6, 

pt. 1. 
Socorro and Clarion Islands, P801. 
pteropods and heteropods, Norfolk, 
Va., to San Francisco, Calif., P943. 
reptiles, 1887-88 cruise, P769; Clar- 
ion and Socorro Islands and Gulf 
of California, P800. 
Salpidae, BlOO, vol. 2, pt. 1. 
Scyphomedusae, Philippine Islands, 
and Malay Archipelago, BlOO, 
vol. 1, pt. 3. 
shells, west America, P849. 



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Albatross collections (continued). 

sponges, northwestern Pacific, P2247, 
2935. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 2, 
pt. 4; P1702. 
starfishes, Philippine Islands, BlOO, 

vol. 3; P1827, 1944, 2022. 
tunicates, Philippine Islands, BlOO, 

vol. 1, pt. 2; vol. 2, pts. 1-3. 
turbellarians, Philippine Islands, 
BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 10. 
Albicore. (See under Fishes.) 
albinism in birds, P733. 
Alcvonarians: 

"California, P1658. 
Hawaiian Islands, P1624. 
Japan, P1923. 
Aldabra, birds collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, P9S3, 973, 1008, 1079. 
birds' nests and eggs collected by 

W. L. Abbott, P983. 
fruit bat, Pteropus aldabrensis, P948. 
insects collected by W. L. Abbott, 

PI 119. 
Lepidoptera collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, P1064. 
natural history of, P973. 
Aldrich, John Merton, P2099, 2446, 2457, 
2466, 2474, 2534, 2555, 2624, 2639, 2648, 
2703, 2705, 2729, 2746, 2747, 2753, 2764, 
2799, 2808, 2812, 2844, 2852, 2855, 2910, 
2911, 2920, 2932. 
Aldrich, J. M. ; Van Duzee, Millard 
Carr; and Cole, Frank Raymond, B116. 
Aldrich, J. M., and Webber, Ray Trask, 

P2486. 
Aleutian Islands, birds, new genus and 
species, P1539. 
fishes, cottoid, new genus and spe- 
cies, P3038. 
starfishes, new genus, P3061. 
Alexander, Charles Paul, P1953, 1966, 
2080, 2103, 2420, 2500, 2605, 2698, 2778. 
Alexander, C. P., and McAtee, Waldo 

Lee, P2344. 
Algae. (See under Plants and Fossils, 

plants.) 
Alicata, Joseph Everett, P2928. 
Alicata, J. E., and Schwartz, Benjamin, 

P2956. 
Allen, Glover Morrill, and Miller, Ger- 

rit S., Jr., B144. 
Allen, H. N., Korean collection, R1891, 

pt. 3, No. 3. 
Allen, Harrison, B43 ; P786, 807, 824, 

912-914, 919, 920, 1099, 1100. 
Allen, Harry Willis, P2610. 
Allen, H. W., and Jaynes, Harold An- 

drus, P2814. 
Allen, Joel Asaph, P850. 
Alligator, fossil. Hell Creek beds, Mon- 
tana, P1860. 
AUophanite, P2118. 

Altai Mountains, mammals of Smith- 
sonian-Harvard Expedition, P1990. 
Alunite, P2145. 
Araaral, Afranio do, P2596. 



Amazon Basin, Mulford Biological Ex- 
ploration, beetles, Cleridae, P2674; 
nematodes, P2526; termites, P2615. 
A.mazon River, birds, dendrocolaptine, 

new genus, P618 ; new species and 

genera, P660. 
fishes collected by J. B. Steere, with 

note on Pimelodus claries, P1503. 
mussels, new, fossil, Peru, P2748. 
Picolaptes, new species, P591. 
Amberfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Amesite, from Chester, Mass., P2342. 
Amirantes, birds collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, P1079. 
Ammoniojarosite, from Utah, P27S8. 
Amory, Copley, Jr., birds collected by in 

northeastern Siberia, P2255. 
Amphibians: 

Africa, east, B151; P970, 2738. 
Amblystoma cope'tanum, Indiana, 

P512. 
Amblystoma mexicanum, habits and 

rearing, P276. 
Ambystoma annulatum, Arkansas, 

P1023. 
Amphiuma in Virginia, P1150. 
Amphiuma tridactylum, cestode from, 

P2926. 
anuran, Mexican, P3093. 
Arkansas, P1023. 
axolotl, P276. 
Bahama Islands, P645. 
Bufo. new, Texas, P715. 
bullfrog, new, Florida and Gulf 

coast, P1252. 
California, southern, P2770. 
cestode, Crepidobothrium amphiu- 

mae from, P2926. 
China, P2562. 
Costa Rica, P1471. 
Cuba, P1406, 2205. 
Desmognathus, P2211. 
Fanning Islands, B7. 
Florida, P1252. 
frogs, P1156, 1397, 2767. 
Gulf coast. United States, P12S2. 
Haiti, _P2543. 
Hawaiian Islands, B7. 
helminths parasitic in, P2940. 
Hispaniola, B177. 
Hyla regilla, variations, P1156. 
Indiana, P512. 
Iowa, P1874. 
Jamaica, P2767. 

Japan and adjacent territory, B58. 
Labrador, P353. 
Leurognathus, YZZW. 
Liberia, P3128. 
Lower California, B7. 
Mexico, B160; P5S9, 3093, 3185. 
Michigan, Gogebic County, P2109. 
nematodes parasitic in, P2947. 
new species in National Museum, 

P299. 
Nicaragua, P1538. 
North Carolina, P1457. 
Peru, P2352. 



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Amphibians (continued). 

Philippine Islands, P1397, 1578. 
Puerto Rico, R1902, pt. 2, No. 2. 
salamanders, P1023, 1457, 1538, 1874, 
2112, 2211, 2770. 
cave, P894, 1443. 
Holbrook's, rediscovery, P1321. 
Siredon lichenoides, observations on, 

P199. 
Spelerpes bilineatus, P2112. 
Spelerpes maculicaudus, life history, 

P1443. 
tadpoles, synopsis and description, 

P27S6. 
tailless, Mexican, B160. 
Texas, B17; P71S. 
toads, P1406, 1578. 

discoglossid, North American, 

P1178. 
horned, ejection of blood from 
eyes, P907. 
toads, tree, Costa Rican, P1471. 
(See also under Batrachians and 
under Fossils.) 
Amphibole, from Idaho, P2373. 
Amphipods. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Amur, pointed bark canoes, R1899, pt. 2, 

No. 4. 
Amur River Basin, fishes, cobitoid, re- 
view, P1533. 
Anamba Islands, birds, B98. 
Anatomical preparations, arsenic acid 

used for protection, P12. 
Andaman Islands, birds collected by W. 
L. Abbott and C. B. Kloss, P1288; 
mammals, P1269. 
Andersen, Knud, P1440. 
Anderson, Robert Van Vleck, fishes col- 
lected on Tanega and Yaku, southern 
Japan, P1462. 
Andes, fossil plants, bearing on age of 
uplift, P2229; Pilea, CNH26, pts. 8, 10. 
Andesites, hornblende, from Bogosloff 

Island, P479. 
Andorite-bearing silver ore, P2411. 
Andrews, Ethan Allen, P8S2, 1791. 
Andrews, Hazel, and Cockerell, Theo- 
dore Dru Alison, P2141. 
Anglers. (See under Fishes.) 
Anglesite, notes on, P2345. 
Animal products, United States, commer- 
cial statistics, June 30, 1877, B14, pt. 3. 
Animal resources, classification of col- 
lection at International Exhibition of 
1876, B6, 14. 
Annandale, Nelson, P1690, 1702, 1712, 

1737, 1771, 1839. 
Annelids; 

Alaska, P2601. 

Albatross collections. (See under 

Albatross.) 
America, Arctic, B15; northeast 

coast, P76, 168, 534. 
Bermudas, B2S, pt. 7. 
Brazil, P2347. 

exhibit of, sent to International 
Fisheries Exhibition at London, 
B27, pt B. 



Annelids (continued). 

gephyreans, northeast coast, P76. 
Kerguelen Island, B3. 
leeches in National Museum, Pi 160. 
marine, in National Museum, P3142. 
Pacific Ocean, north, cchiuroid 

worms, P3198. 
Philippine, BlOO, vol. 1, pts. 8, 9; 

vol. 6, pts. 2, 5. 
sipunculids, eastern coast of North 

America, P19S9. 
(See also Oligochaetes, Polychaetcs; 
also under Fossils.) 
Anoplura. (See under Insects.) 
Antbirds. (See under Birds.) 
Anteater. (See under Mammals.) 
Antelopes. (See under Mammals.) 
Anthophyllite. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Anthozoans, American, northeast coast, 

P76; Kerguelen Island, B3. 
Anthropology, Abyssinia, P1819. 

Africa, R1891, pt. 3, No. 2; 1894, 

pt. 2, No. 2; P703. 
Ainos of Yezo, Japan, R1890, pt. 3, 

No. 6. 
Alaska, R1888, pt. 3, No. 1; P364, 

395, 718, 899, 1616, 3171. 
Amur pointed bark canoes, R1899, 

pt. 2, No. 4. 
antiquities, aboriginal American, in 
National Museum, C21; concern- 
ing the department of anthropol- 
ogy, C36. 
Arizona, R1901, pt. 2, No. 4; B87; 

P2856, 2930. 
armor, primitive American, R1893, 

pt. 2, No. 5; Philippine, B137. 
arrowpoints, prehistoric, R1897, pt. 

2, No. 7. 
art, Buddhist collection in the Na- 
tional Museum, catalog, P2371. 
Catlin Indian paintings, R1885, 

pt. 5; 1890, pt. 3, No. 8. 
ecclesiastical, in National Museum, 

P2287. 
Eskimo, R1895, pt, 2, No. 2. 
Oceania, design areas, P2896. 
origin of art as manifested in 
works of prehistoric man, R1896, 
pt. 2, No. 2. 
Roman mosaic in National Mu- 
seum, P393. 
artifacts, scored bone, central Great 

Plains, P3141. 
Asiatics, crania, P2480. 
Australians, crania, P2696. 
Basilan Island, P1566. 
basketry, aboriginal American, 
R1884, pt. 3, No. 2; 1902, pt. 
2, No. 1. 
Anyam Gila (mad weave), P1672. 
Basket Maker, New Mexico, P2933. 
bolo case from Basilan Island, 

P1516. 
directions for collectors of Amer- 
ican, B39p. 



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Anthropology, basketry (continued). 

Malaysian, P1631, 1672. 
Bathurst, Cape, P705. 
Betatakin, excavation and repair, 

P2828. 
beverages, pulque of Mexico, PI 579. 
bolo case, basketry, Basilan Island, 

P1566. 
boomerang, study of, P724. 
bows, Eskimo, in National Museum, 

R1884, pt. 3, No. 3. 
brains and brain preservatives, 

P1451. 
Brazil, Purus River, RI901, pt. 2, 

No. 5. 
British Columbia, R1888, pt. 3, No. 

1 ; P709. ^ 
buffalo motive in decorative design, 

Middle Celebes, P2895. 
Burial caves, Crump Cave (Blount 

County, Ala.), R1892, pt. 3, No. 

5; Szechwan, China, P2916. 
Bushmen, crania, P2696. 
California, R1900, pt. 2, No. 1; P932. 
canoes, Kutenai and Amur, R1899, 

pt. 2, No. 4. 
Carthage, P393. 
casts of heads of Indian children, 

Hampton Institute, Va., P79; of 

Indian prisoners at Fnrt Marion, 

St. Augustine, Fla., P.^9. 
Celebes, Middle, P2895. 
Central America, P1887. 
Chaclacayo trephined skull, P531. 
China, R1893, pt. 2, No. 2; Szechwan 

(ancient caves), P2916. 
Chinese relics in Alaska, P899. 
cloth fragment from mound in Ohio, 

P347. 
collectors, instructions to, B39p, 39q. 
Columbia River, P244, 2732. 
copper, overlaying by American 

aborigines, PlOlS. 
Costa Rica, Pll. 
cradles of American aborigines, 

R1887, pt. 3, No. 1. 
crania, human, in National Museum, 

P2480, 2631, 2696, 2845, 3076, 

3131, 3171. 
cranial fossae, measurements, P1521. 
Cumberland Sound, B15. 
deformation, artificial, of children, 

R1887, pt. 3, No. 2. 
department, exhibit at Pan Amer- 
ican Exposition, Buffalo, R1901, 

pt. 2, No. 1. 
designs, buffalo motive, Middle 

Celebes, P2895; design areas in 

Oceania, P2896; history of con- 
ventional designs, P1616. 
District of Columbia, P777. 
divination, implements, R1896, pt. 

2, No. 3. 
Dominican Republic, B147, 156. 
drilling, primitive methods, R1894, 

pt. 2, No. 5. 



Anthropology (continued). 

drum, Naskopie Indians, Hudson 

Bay Territory, P736. 
Easter Island, R1889, pt. 3, No. 2; 

1897, pt. 2, No. 4. 
Egypt, R1904, pt. 2, No. 3; P2528. 
Elden Pueblo pottery, P2930. 
Eskimo collection, catalog, R1887, 

pt. 3, No. 5. 
Eskimos, bows in National Museum, 
R1884, pt. 3, No. 3. 

crania, P2480, 3131. 

Cumberland Sound, B15. 

graphic art, R1895, pt. 2, No. 2. 

harpoon, east Greenland, P702. 

lamp, R1896, pt. 2, No. 5. 

strike-a-light, P705. 

T^gashagmut tribe, ethnological 
specimens, P364. 

ulu, R1890, pt. 3, No. 4. 
ethno-concholog>', R1887, pt. 3, No. 

4. 
ethnological collections, Kilimanjaro, 

east Africa, R1891, pt. 3, No. 2. 
ethnology of Coast Indian tribes, 

P718. 
Europe, north, R1891, pt. 3, No. 7. 
fire, strlke-a-light, Eskimo, P705. 
fire as agent in human culture, B139. 
fire-making apparatus in National 

Museum, R1888, pt. 3, No. 4; 

P2735. 
Florida, P966; casts of heads of 

Indian prisoners held at Fort 

Marion, St. Augustine, Fla., P29. 
food of Klamath Indians, R1892, pt. 

2, No. 3. 
games, cards, Japanese, P836. 

chess and plaving cards, R1K96, 
pt. 2, No. 3. ' 

Chinese, R1893, pt. 2, No. 2. 

dice and dominoes, Chinese, 
R1893, pt. 2, No. 2. 

mancala, Africa, R1894, pt. 2, 
No. 2. 
Great Plains (central), P3141. 
Greek medical collections in Na- 
tional Museum, P2S28. 
Greenland, east, P702. 
Gulf States (Indian crania), P3076. 
harpoons, American, R1900, pt. 2, 

No. 2; Eskimo, east Greenland, 

P702. 
heads, casts of Indian, P29, 79. 
heating utensils in National Mu- 
seum, Bt41. 
Hopewell pottery, P2963. 
Hopeweilian remains near Kansat 

City, Mo., P3045. 
Hottentots, crania, P2696. 
house-building, evolution of among 

Navajo Indians, P902. 
houses, Kwakiutl Indians, P709. 

pit, Luna, N. Mex., P2280; village 
site on Columbia River, Wash., 
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Anthropology (continued), 

Hudson Bay Territory, P736, 
implements, flint, Fayum, Egypt, 

R1904, pt. 2, No. 3; Indian Ter- 
ritory, R1901, pt. 2, No. 2. 
jadeite, Innuit, P395. 
stone, from District of Columbia, 

P810; from India, R1892, pt. 

3, No. 6. 
India, R1892, pt. 3, No. 6. 
Indian medical exhibit in National 

Museum, P2S82. 
Indians, Alaska, crania, P2480; Coast 

tribes, R1888, pt. 3, No. 1; P718. 
Algonkin, crania, P2631. 
American, skulls, P1641. 
Amur, canoes, R1899, pt. 2, No. 4. 
antiquity in America, R1865, pt. 2, 

No. 8. 
Apache, White Mountain, ruins, 

P2856. 
Basket Maker, baskets from New 

Mexico, P2933; crania, P2845. 
British Columbia, Coast tribes, 

R1888, pt. 3, No. 1. 
Caddoan and Californian, crania, 

P2631. 
casts of heads, P29, 79. 
Catlin Indian paintings, R1885, 

pt. 5; 1890, pt. 3, No. 8. 
Chinnook names of salmon, P244. 
Dominican Republic, B1S6. 
Gulf States, crania, P3076. 
Havesu-pai, P859. 
Hopi, R1900, pt. 2, No. 5; P2235. 
Innuits, jadeite implements, P395. 
Iroquois, crania, P2631. 
Klamath, food, R1892, pt. 2, No. 3 ; 

plants used by, CNHS, pt. 2. 
knives, R1897, pt. 2, No. 5. 
Kutenai canoes, R1899, pt. 2, No. 4. 
Kwakiutl, R1895, pt. 2, No. 1 ; P709. 
matting from Louisiana, R1888, 

pt. 3, No. 7. 
Mendocino County, Calif., plants 

used by, CNH7, pt. 3. 
Mississippi, excavations, P2898. 
Naskopi (Nagnagnot), drum, P736. 
Navajo, belt-vyeaver, P860; cran- 
ia, P284S; house-building, P902; 

shoemaker, P697; tanner, P683. 
Pueblos, crania, P284S ; culture, 

B87. 
Purus River, Brazil, R1901, pt. 2, 

No. S. 
Quillehute, taking surf-smelt, PI 12. 
Sahaptin, Salish, Shoshonean, and 

Siouan, crania, P2631. 
Wolpai, maid of, P889. 
Indian Territory, Afton, R1901, pL 

2, No. 2. 
inscriptions, instructions for taking 

paper molds, C23. 
inventions, history of, synoptic series 
of objects in National Museum, 
P2404. 



Anthropology (continued). 

Japan, R1890, pt. 3, No. 5; R1891, 
pt. 3, Nos. 4-6. 

Kansas, Wyandotte County, P3091. 

kitchen middens, Costa Rica, Pll; 
St. Thomas and St. Croix, P2248; 
Westchester, N. Y., P3S1. 

Klamath Indians, plants used by, 
CNH5, No. 2. 

knives, man's, among Indians, 
R1897, pt. 2, No. S; prehistoric, 
R1897, pt. 2, No. 7; woman's ulu, 
R1890, pt. 3, No. 4. 

Korea, R1888, pt. 3, No. S; 1891, 
pt. 3, No. 3; P2168. 

lighting utensils, lamp of the Eski- 
mo, R1896, pt. 2, No. 5; in Na- 
tional Museum, B141; strike-a- 
light, P70S. 

Louisiana, R1888, pt. 3, No. 7; P2963. 

Malaysia, P1631, 1672. 

Medeba mosaic map of Palestine, 
drawing in National Museum, 
P2111. 

medicine, ancient Egyptian, Greek, 
and Roman collections in Na- 
tional Museum, P2S28. 
Indian, exhibit in National Mu- 
seum, P2582. 
magic, collection in National Mu- 
seum, P2528. 
psychic, collection in National 
Museum, P2S28. 

Mexico, P932, 1579, 1887, 2409. 

Mississippi, excavations at prehis- 
toric Indian village site, P2898. 

Missouri. Kansas City, P3045 ; Platte 
and Clay Counties, B183; Ste. 
Genevieve County, P2042. 

molds, paper, instructions for taking, 
C23. 

money, primitive, R1887, pt. 3, No. 4. 

mosaic from Carthage, Roman, in 
National Museum, P393. 

mound exploration, directions, C28. 

mounds, burial, Japan, R1891, pt. 3, 
No. 5. 
Ohio, fragment of cloth, P347. 
shell, Florida, P966; New Bruns- 
wick and New England, P2229; 
Westchester, N. Y., P351. 

Mount Vernon, stone age at, P730. 

museum, classifications and arrange- 
ment of exhibits, R1901, pt. 2, No. 3. 

mythology, Shinto, Japan, R1891, pt. 
3, No. 4. 

naval architecture, European, R1891, 
pt. 3, No. 7. 

needlecases, decorative designs, study 
in history of conventional designs, 
P1616. 

Negroes, crania, P2696. 

New Mexico, B87 ; R2280, 2933. 

New York, Westchester, shell beds, 
P3S1. 

non-Eskimo crania, P3171. 

Oceania, P2896. 



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Anthropology (continued). 

Ohio, P347. 

onyx marbles, ancient uses, R1893, 
pt. 2, No. 3. 

Paleolithic period in District of Co- 
lumbia, P777; in North America, 
R1888, pt. 3, No. 8. 

Palestine, P2111. 

Panama, southeastern, B134. 

Paris Exposition, R1890, pt. 3, No. 10. 

patera of Rennes, R1894, pt. 2, No. 3. 

Peru, P2275, 3160. 

Philip Abyssinian ethnological col- 
lection, P1819. 

Philippine Islands, B137. 

physical anthropology, directions for 
collecting information and speci- 
mens, B39r. 

pipes and smoking customs among 
American aborigines, R1897, pt. 

2, No. 2. 

plants, aboriginal uses, B39j ; CNH5, 
pts. 2, 3 ; CNH7, pt. 3. 

Potomac tidewater region, P776. 

pottery, Dominican Republic, B156. 
Elden Pueblo, P2930. 
Hopewell type, P2963. 
mortuary, Korean, R1888, pt. 3, 

No. S. 
roulette for decorating, P3091. 

pre-Columbian anthropology, P2275. 

prehistoric anthropology, circular re- 
lating to, C42; exhibit of at Ohio 
Valley Centennial Exposition, Cin- 
cinnati, C40; study of, R1888, pt. 

3, No. 6. 

prehistoric man, origin of art, R1896, 

pt. 2, No. 2. 
publications of Charles Rau, list, 

P253. 
Pueblos, Upper Gila River region, 

N. Mex. and Ariz., P87. 
religion, Biblical antiquities, R1896, 

pt. 2, No. 4. 
Brahmin temple, model, P1921. 
Budda, bronze, R1889, pt. 3, No. 8. 
Buddhist art, R1904, pt. 2, No. 2; 

P2371. 
censers and incense of Mexico and 

Central America, P1887. 
ceremonial objects in the National 

Museum, B148; R1899, pt. 2, 
No. 5; P1630, 2432. 
ecclesiastical art in the National 

Museum, P2287. 
Japan, dragon-god, P2587. 
Jewish ceremonial objects, R1899, 

pt. 2, No. 5 ; P1630. 
Korean sorceress, paraphernalia 

in National Museum, P2168. 
museum collections to illustrate 

history and ceremonials, R1893, 

pt. 2, No. 9. 
Parsee ceremonial objects in Na- 
tional Museum, P2432. 
rosaries in National Museum, 

P1667. 



Anthropology, religion (continued). 

Shinto, Japan, R1891, pt. 3, No. 4. 
shofar, R1892, pt. 3, No. 4; P936. 
Rennes, R1894, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Roman medical collections in Na- 
tional Museum, P2528. 
roulette, prehistoric, Wyandotte 

County, Kans., P3091. 
St. Croix, P2245. 
St. Thomas, P2245. 
seals. Oriental, in National Museum, 

P2630. 
Siberia, P3171. 
skeletal remains, Peru, P3160; Platte 

and Clay Counties, Mo., B183. 
skin-dressing, R1889, pt. 3, No. 3. 
skulls, American Indian, with low 
forehead, P1641; Chaclacayo tre- 
phined, P531. 
slings, pre-Columbian America, Peru, 

P227S. 
sorceress, Korean, paraphernalia in 

National Museum, P2168. 
spearheads, prehistoric, R1897, pt. 

2, No. 7. 
stone age, at Mount Vernon, P730; 
man in America, R1888, pt.3. No. 8. 
strike-a-light, Eskimo, P705. 
swastika, R1894, pt. 2, No. 6. ^ 
swords, corrugation in African 

blades, P703. 
Tasmanians, crania, P2696. 
throwing-sticks, Mexican and Cali- 
fornian, P932; in National Mu- 
seum, R1884, pt. 3, No. 1. 
Tibet, R1893, pt. 2, No. 7. 
transportation, primitive, R1887, pt. 3, 

No. 3 ; 1894, pt. 2, No. 1. 
Tuxtla statuette, jade of, P2409. 
Utah, Basketmakers, crania, P2845. 
Virginia, P79, 730. 
weapons, primitive, Philippine, B137. 
weaving, Navajo belt-weaver, P860; 
primitive frame, R1899, pt. 2, No. 
2. 
White Mountain Apache Indian 
ruins, exploration, P2856. 
Antigua, birds collected by Fred A. Ober, 

P35. 
Antillean region, crabs, new, P986. 
mollusks, new marine, P3161. 
Tertiary fossils, PUIO. 
Antilles, Lesser, birds collected by F. A. 
Ober, P61 ; new honey-creepers, with 
synopsis of Certhiola, P478. 
Antilles, Solenidae, synopsis, P118S. 

termites, new, P2441. 
Antiquities. (See under Anthropology.) 
Ants. (See under Insects, Hymenoptera.) 
Apaches, White Mountain ruins, P28S6. 
Aphaniptera. (See under Insects.) 
Aphids. (See under Insects, Hemiptera.) 
Apterygota. (See under Insects.) 
Arachnids: 

Acarina, P1382, 1553. 
Africa, west, P951. 



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Arachnids (continued). 

America, Arctic, Howgate Polar Ex- 
pedition, BIS. 
Araneae, temperate North American, 

P782.- 
Arizona, P1223, 1284. 
Biitish Columbia, collected by Cur- 

rie, Caudell, and Dyar, P2143. 
China, P2481. 
Dermacenlor, key to North American 

species, P2945. 
Dermacenlor halli from Texas pec- 
cary, P2945. 
Mexico, P2730. 

mites, P1382, 1553, 2394, 2971; 
chigger mites, P2908, 2970; derma- 
nyssid, P2459. 
Nearctic, B72; P2394. 
Ohio, P950. 
Panama, P2970. 
Farasitoidea, new, P2971. 
Phaiangiidae, Ohio, P950. 
Puerto Rico, P1253. 
scorpions, United States and Mexi- 
can, P2730. 
spiders, B72; P950, 1223, 1253, 1284, 
2481. 
red, American and European spe- 
cies likely to be introduced, 
P2303; new species, P2167. 
Tetranychidae, Nearctic, P2394. 
tick from Texas peccary, P2945. 
Trombicula, Panama, with key to 

New World adults, P2970. 
Trombiculinae, New World, P2980. 
Archeology. (Papers on archeology are 
included with those on anthropology, 
but they are not listed separately under 
Archeology.) 
Arctic Alaska, crustacean and worm,P4S9. 
Arctic America, birds and eggs, P865; 
Howgate Polar Expedition, natural 
history, B15. 
Arctic region, limpets and chitons, P48. 
Arctic seas, mollusks collected by L. M. 

Turner, P561. 
Argentina, annelids, polychaetous, P2797. 
birds, B133. 
fishes, P1482. 
insects, Tertiary, P2602. 
isopod, Idotheidae, Rio de la Plata, 

P1811. 
plants. Tertiary, P2743. 
Argo, Naomi George, and Melander, 

Axel Leonard, P2501. 
Arizona, archeological field work, Mu- 
seum-Gates Expedition, R1901, pt. 
2, No. 4; B87. 
batrachian and reptile from Trias, 

P1353. 
birds, fossil, P2495. 
birds' nests and eggs, P663. 
fishes, Colorado Basin, P1131. 
obtained by W. L. Carpenter, Gila 
River, P754. 
fossil wood, Araucarioxylon arizoni' 

cum, P676. 
711175—47—13 



Arizona (continued). 

insects, lower Permian, Grand Can- 
yon, P2695 ; Triassic, Petrified 

Forest National Monument, P3033. 
jellyfish, pre-Cambrian, P3104. 
mammal remains from prehistoric 

village sites, P1500. 
meteoric irons, Wallapai (Huala- 

pai) Indian Reservation, P2718. 
millipeds, Colobognatha, P2714; new 

genera and species, P1810. 
Opuntia, new species, CNH12, pt. 9 

(6th art.). 
Orthoptera, P1333, 1403. 
plants collected by E. Palmer, CNHl, 

No. 4 (1st and 2d arts.), 
pottery, Elden Pueblo, Flagstaff, 

P2930. 
Psaltrtparus, P674. 
rattlesnake, Crotalus ivillardi, 

P1800. 
reptiles, Huachuca Mountains, P1282. 
shells, land, Oreohelix, P2802. 
spiders and other Arachnida, P1223. 
spiders collected by E. A. Schwarz 

and H. Barber, P1284. 
Trogon ambiguus breeding in, P616. 
turtle, Kinosternon arizonense, fossil, 

P2451. 
Upper Gila River region, culture 

of ancient Pueblos, Museum-Gates 

Expedition, B87. 
vertebrate fauna, late Cenozoic, San 

Pedro Valley, P3155. 
White Mountain Apache Indian 

Reservation, exploration of ruins, 

P2856. 
Arkansas, fishes, P549; Scott County, Po- 

teau River, P7S9. 
fossils, Cretaceous, P207; inverte- 
brate, Mesozoic and Cenozoic, 

P137. 
meteoric irons, P666, 2700. 
salamander, with notes on Ambysto- 

ma annutatum, P1023. 
Scott County, Poteau River, fishes 

from tributary, P7S9. 
Armadillo. (See under Mammals.) 
Armor. (See under Anthropology.) 
Armstrong, Frank B., birds collected at 

Aha Mira, Mexico, P1091. 
Arnold, Ralph, P1S45, 1617, 1620. 
Arrowpoints, prehistoric, R1897, pt. 2, 

No. 7. 
arsenic acid for protecting anatomical 

preparations, P12. 
Art, Buddhist religious, R1904, pt. 2, No. 

2; P2371. 
casts, Persepolitan, in the National 

Museum, R1893, pt. 2, No. 8. 
ecclesiastical, in National Museum, 

P2287. 
Freer collection, catalog of objects 

exhibited in National Museum, 

B78. 
li. Baron Kamon-no-Kami Naotuke, 

statue, R1894, pt. 2, No. 4. 



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Art (continued). 

National Gallery (now National Col- 
lection of Fine Arts), history, B70. 
Persepolis, R1893, pt. 2, No. 8. 
(See also under Anthropology, Cera- 
mics, and Graphic arts.) 
Arthropods: 

Africa, west, P9S1. 
Arctic America, Howgate Polar Ex- 
pedition, B15. 
(See also Arachnids, Myriapods, 
Crustaceans, Insects, Onychophores, 
Pycnogonids, Trilobites.) 
Artifacts, scored bone, central Great 

Plains, P3141. 
Artiodactyls. (See under Mammals.) 
Arundel formation, Md., fossil fauna, 

P2389. 
Asbestos and asbestiform minerals, P1066. 
Ascidians. (See under Tunicates.) 
Ashmead, William Harris, B45; P760, 
779, 1102, 1202, 1206, 1387, 1413, 1416, 
1424, 1448. 
Ashmead, VV. H., and Howard, Leland 

Ossian, P1092. 
Ashmead manuscript species of Ichneu- 
monidae of Mrs. Slosson's lists, P2429. 
Ashworth, James Hartley, P1772. 
Asia, birds, collected by W. L. Abbott, 
PI 195; collected by W. L. Abbott 
in eastern Turkestan, Thian-Shan 
Mountains, and Tagdumbash Pa- 
mir, P1083; new species and genus 
from eastern Asia, P1S39. 
crinoids, unstalked, new, PI 561, 
flies, Diptera, new, P2932; muscoid, 
parasitic on Japanese beetle, P2474. 
ichneumon-flies, new, P2880. 
Pteridophyta collected by J. F. Rock, 

CNH26, pt. 6. 
stickleback, 10-spined, Pygosteus, re- 
view, P1536. 
wasps, Tipliia, taxonomy, P2814. 
(See also under China, India, etc.) 
Asiatics, crania, P2480. 
Aspen shale, Wyoming, fossils, P2860, 

2953. 
Assumption Island, birds collected by 
W. L. Abbott, P953, 1008, 1079; nat- 
ural history, P973. 
Atlanta, Ga., Cotton States International 
Exposition: Biblical antiquities ex- 
hibited, R1896, pt. 2, No. 4; games 
and implements for divination ex- 
hibited, R1896, pt. 2, No. 3; cotton 
presented to National Museum, P333, 
Atlantic Ocean, cephalopods, new, from 
western, P2335. 
chub-mackerels, comparison with 

those of Pacific, P1748. 
crustaceans, Euphausiacea and My- 

sidacea from western, P2634. 
Diatomaceae dredged by Albatross, 

off Delaware Bay, P937. 
dog sharks, with key to Mustelus, 
P30S8. 



Atlantic Ocean (continued). 

fishes, Alepocephalus bairdii, froiii 
western, P68. 
Cetomimidae and Rondeletiidae 
collected by Albatross in north- 
western, P1012. 
chimaeroid, Harrlotta, collected bv 

Albatross, P1014. 
gadoid, Phycis cliesteri and Ilalo- 
porphyrus viola, P40. 
Foraminifera, B104. 
hydroids, new, P3090, 3125. 
walrus, cerebral fissures, P1325. 
Atropia, influence en the heart, P498. 
Atwood, Alice Cary, CNH12, pt. 1. 
Auks. (See under Birds; Fossils, birds.) 
Austin, George M., P2671. 
Austin chalk mollusks, P281S. 
Australia, crinoid, new, P1743. 

Pardatotus, notes on species, P570. 

plant bugs, new, P3182. 

shell, land, Tliersites bipartiia, and 

allies, P2711. 
sponges, fresh-water, in National 
Museum, P1690. 
Australians, crania, P2696. 
Avocets. (See under Birds.) 
Axinite, notes on, P2060. 
Axolotl. (See under Amphibians.) 
Ayres, W. Q., note on paper by, and its 
bearing on nomenclature of cyprinoid 
fishes of San Francisco markets, P1S9. 

B 

Babiy, Paul Peter, P3119. 

Bacon, Walter Rathbone, Traveling 

Scholarship, amphibians collected in 

Mexico, P3185; snakes and crocodil- 

ians collected in Mexico, P3169. 

Bacteria, putrefactive, action of dry heat 

and sulphurous acid, P218. 
Badgers. (See under Mammals.) 
Baffinland, Lower Silurian (Trenton) 

fauna, P1192. 
Bagg, Rufus Mather, Jr., P1603. 
Bahama Islands, Batrachia and Reptllia, 
P645. 
fishes collected by C. L, Edwards, 

Green Turtle Cay, P752. 
lizard, iguanoid, new. Green Cay, 

P1219. 
mollusks, Annulariidae, B192; new, 

P2016. 
Spindalis, new, P600. 
Bailey, John Wendell, P2733. 
Bailey, Vernon, shells collected in Heron 

and Eagle Lakes, Minn., Pi 190. 
Baird, Spencer Fullerton, C2, 3, 4, 9, 
14, 20, 35; P229. 
published writings of, B20. 
Baja California. (See under Lower Cali- 
fornia.) 
Baker, Arthur Challen, and Quaintance, 

Altus Lacy, P2156. 
Baker, Carl Fuller, P1361, 1417. 
Balch, Francis Noyes, P1761. 



BALDUF-BEAUCHAMP 



lyi 



Balduf, Walter Valentine, P2894. 
Baltic Provinces, Early Paleozoic Bry- 

ozoa, 877. 
Baltistan, birds collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, P1078. 
mammals presented by W. L. Ab- 
bott, P976. 
Eandfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Banka Island, mammals, P1498. 
Banks, Nathan, B67, 72, P951, 1223, 

1253, 1284, 1382, 1553, 2143, 3079. 
Banks, N., and Snyder, Thomas Elliot, 

BIOS. 
Banta, Arthur Mangum, and Gortner, 

Ross Aiken, P2112. 
Banta, A. M,, and McAtee, Waldo Lee, 

P1443. 
Barbados, fishes, including rare eel, from 
H. Maxwell Lefroy, P1345. 
thysannpteroiis insects. Pi 590. 
Barber, Herbert Spencer, earwigs col- 
lected in Guatemala, P1563. 
Hemiptera-Heteroptera collected at 
Las Vegas Hot Springs, N. Mex., 
P1360. 
spiders collected in Arizona, P1284. 
Barbets. (See under Birds.) 
Barbour, Thomas, and Noble, Gladwyn 

Kingsley, P2352. 
Barbuda, birds collected by Fred A. 

Cher, P35. 
Barker, Reginald Wright, P3052. 
Barnacles. (See under Crustaceans; also 
under Fossils: Crustaceans, Cirripedia.) 
Bartlett, Robert A., annelids collected in 
Alaska, P2601. 
echinoderms collected in Greenland, 
P3098. 
Bartram, Edwin Bunting, CNH26, pt. 3. 
Bartsch, Paul, B91; BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 1; 
vol. 2, pt. 5; vol. 6, pts. 6-9; B122, 
192. 
P1454, 1483, 1512, 1515, 1520, 1522, 
• 1548, 1564, 1569, 1584, 1587, 1705, 
1707. 1709, 1711, 1781, 1785, 1790, 
1799, 1802, 1823, 1826, 1854, 1858, 
1861, 1863, 1871, 1903, 1906, 1978, 
1983, 1993, 2016, 2094, 2104, 2155, 
2170, 2193, 2207, 2246, 2250, 2254, 
2272, 2331, 2551, 2594, 2646, 2653, 
2660, 2848, 2874, 2878, 2881, 2909, 
2917, 2929, 3094. 
birds collected in the Philippines, 
Borneo, Guam, and Midway, 
P1683. 
Bartsch, Paul, and Dall, William Healey, 

B68; P1452, 1574, 1820. 
Bartsch, Paul, and Henderson, John 

Brooks, P2055, 2327. 
Bartsch, Paul, and Rehder, Harald Al- 
fred, P3070. 
Bartsch, Paul, and Torre, Carlos de la, 

P3039, 3096. 
Bartsch, Paul; Torre, Carlos de la; and 

Morrison, Joseph P. E., B181. 
Basalt, Columbia River, wderite ^rom, 
P2458. 



Basilan Island, basketry bolo case from, 

P1566. 
Basket Maker baskets, New Mexico, 

P2933. 
Basketry. (See under Anthropology.) 
Bass. (See under Fishes.) 
Bassler, Rav Smith, [B53, pt. 1, sect. 1], 
65, 77, 92. 
P1323, 1442, 1637, 1797, 1851, 2009, 

3068, 3104, 3126. 
(See also under Canu and Bassler; 
Pate and Bassler; Ulrich and Bas- 
sler.) 
Batam Island, mammals, P1502. 
Bathurst, Cape, Eskimo strike-a-light, 

P705. 
Batrachians: 

Africa, east, P970. 

Albatross collections, 1887-88 cnuse, 

P769, 
Arizona, Triassic, P1353. 
Bahama Islands, P645. 
Central America, B32. 
collecting, directions, B39e. 
Costa Rica, P1857. 
Florida, P1003. 
Formosa, P1731. 
Mexico, B32; P922. 
North America, Bl, 24, 34. 
Panama, P1857. 
Peru, P1992. 

tailless, new, tropical American, P847. 
Texas, P728, 1088. 
Venezuela, La Guaira, P1248, 
(See also under Amphibians and 
under Fossils.) 
Bats. (See under Mammals.) 
Baur, Georg, P1005. 
Bawean Island, Java Sea, birds, P2175. 
Bean, Barton Appier. P843, 1030, 1159, 
1165, 1339, 1345, 1409, 1588. 
(See also under Tarleton H. and 
Barton A. Bean; Eigenmann and 
Bean; Fowler and Bean; Scale 
and Bean.) 
Bean, Barton A., and Weed, Alfred 
Cleveland, PI 682, 1694, 1723, 1764, 
1816, 1824, 1919. 
Bean, Tarlton Hoffman, B15, 27, pt. F. 
P28, 47, 49, 59, 63, 69-71, 80, 89, 90, 
95, 100, 124, 127, 190, 204, 210, 
224, 225, 233. 255, 265, 271, 274, 
340, 342, 357, 387-389, 407, 429, 
430, 486, 487, 504, 505, 508, 509, 
516, 517, 637, 657, 658, 671, 672, 
748, 787, 795, 896, 903, 967, 1027, 
1028. 
Bean, Tarleton H. and Bean, Barton A., 

P1029, 1106, 1112, 1127. 
Bean, Tarleton H., and Dresel, H. G., 
P418. 

(See also under Goode and Bean.) 
Bear-animalcule, North Carolina, P2203. 
Beard, Robert Edmund, and Watson, 

Thomas Leonard, P2220. 
Bears. (See under Mammals.) 
Beauchamp, Paul Marais de, P1893. 



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Beauvois' Agrostographie, bibliographic 

study of, CNH24, pt. 6. 
Beckham. Charles Wickliffe, PS46, 673. 
Bees. (See under Insects, Hymenoptera.) 
Beeson, Charles Henry, and Eigenmann, 

Carl H., P1009. 
Beetles. (See under Insects, Coleoptera; 

also under Fossils, insects.) 
Balding, Lyman, P56, 313, 314, 385, 386. 
birds collected in Lower California, 

P360. 
fishes collected at Cape San Lucas, 
Lower California, P293, 
Bell, Mary M., and Metcalf, Maynard 

Mayo, BlOO, vol. 2, pt. 2. 
Belote, Theodore T., B163; P2092. 
Bemis, Florence Eugenie, P1362. 
Bendire, Charles Emil. 

Birds; R1893, pt. 2, No. 4; SBl, $; 

B39d; C30; P662, 663, 983. 
Fishes: P196; collected in Washing- 
ton and Oregon, P265. 
Mammals: P287. 
Benedict. James Everard, P594, 887, 9C0, 
949, 1016, 1087, 1216, 1236, 1311, 
1337, 1367. 
birds collected by, P420. 
Benedict, J. E., and Rathbun, Mary Jane, 

P8S8. 
Benguiat, Hadji Ephraim, Jewish cere- 
monial objects, R1899, pt. 2, No. 5. 
Benjaminite from klaprotholite group, 

P2S37. 
Bent, Arthur Cleveland, B107, 113, 121, 
126, no, 135, 142, 146, 162, 167, 170, 
174, 176, 179, 191. 
Bequaert, Joseph, P3004. 
Beraunite, notes on, P2060. 
Berg, Leo, Pi 533, 1536. 
Bergroth, Evald, P2150. 
Bering Island, Entomostraca collected by 
L. Stejneger, P621. 
fishes collected by N. A. Grebnitski 

and L. Stejneger, P1106. 
Mesoplodon stejne^eri collected by 

L. Stejneger, P540. 
Mollusca collected by N. Grebnitzki, 

P562. 
plants collected by L. Stejneger, 
P462. 
Bering Sea, andesites, hornblende, from 
Bogosloff Island, P479. 
birds collected by Albatross, F1727; 
from St. Lawrence Island, P29I2. 
fishes, P3000. 
mollusks, collected by L. Stejneger, 

P442; new, P571. 
(See also under Commander Islands 
and Cumberland Sound.) 
Berlepsch, Hans von, P7SS. 
Berlin, International Fishery Exhibition, 
exhibit of fisheries and fish culture 
of the United States, B18. 
Berman, Harry; Foshag, William Frede- 
rick; and Gage, Robert Burns, P2669. 
Bermuda, fishes, catalog, B5 ; mistakenly 
described as new by Gunther, 



Bermuda (continued). 

P58; serranoid, Epinephelus drum- 
mond-hayi, P23. 
marine mollusks, P1861. 
natural history, contributions to, 
B2S ; geology, pt. 1 ; botany, pt. 
2; mammals, pt. 3; birds, pts. 4, 
5; reptiles, pt. 6; annelids, pt. 7. 
new shells, P1820. 
parasites of fishes, Pi 560. 
Bernadou, J. B., Korean collection, R1891, 

pt. 3, No. 3. 
Berry, Charles Thompson, P3035. 
Berry, Edward Willard, B103, pt. 2. 
P1738, 1769, 1821, 1862, 1980, 2074, 
2229, 2256, 2270, 2356, 2363, 2367, 
2388, 2460, 2465, 2558, 2652, 2686, 
2719, 2734, 2743, 2795, 2988. 
Berry, Samuel Stillman, P1713, 1838, 

1996. 2223, 2335. 
Berry, Willard, P3113. 
Berry, Willard, and Kelley. Louis, P2816. 
Betatakin, excavation and repair of, P2828. 
Beverages, pulque of Mexico, Pi 579, 
Beyer, Henry Gustav, C32; P498, 515. 
Bezzi, Mario, P2621. 
Bianco, Salvatore Lo, B39m. 
Biblical antiquities. (See under Anthro- 
pology, religion.) 
Bigelow, Henry Bryant, BlOO, voL 1, pt. 

5; P1706, 1931, 1946,2114. 
Bigelow, Robert Payne, P1017. 
Billiton Island, mammals, P1498. 
Bingham, Hiram, land shells collected 

in Peru, P1736. 
Binney, William Greene, B28. 
Biology. (See under Birds, Mammals, 

Plants, etc.) 
Biology, department of, exhibit at Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, R1901, 
pt. 2, No. 1. 
Birds: 

Acanthtdops bairdi, adult male, P708. 
Acciptter cooperi mexicanus, diag- 
nosis, P691. 
Accipiter velox, new western sub- 
species of, P691. 
Aestrelata sandivichensis, P556, 693. 
Africa, P1370, 2076, 2738. 
Cameroons District, PI 180. 
Ethiopia and Kenya Colony, Frick 

Expedition, B153. 
German and British East Africa, 

P1469. 
Kilimanjaro region, P1411. 
Liberia, Pi 182. 
Alaska, P339, 411, 412, 960. 
Alaudidae, North American, life 
histories, B179; North and Mid- 
dle American, B50, pt. 4. 
Albatross collections. (See under Al- 
batross, birds.) 
albino, with remarks on albinism, 

P733. 
Alcedinidae, North and Middle 

American, B50, pt. 6. 
Alcidae, North American, BSO, pt. 8. 



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Biros (continued). 

Aldabra Island, P95S, 973, 983, 

1008. 1079. 
Aleutian Islands, P1539. 
Amaziha yucalanensis and A. ctf' 

vintventris, PI 89. 
Amazon, lower, PS91, 618, 660. 
Amirantej Island, P1079. 
Ampelidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, B50, pt. 3. 
Anamba Islands, B98. 
Anas boschas X obscura, P409. 
Andaman Islands, P1288. 
Anser leucopare'ms, note on, P475. 
Anseres, life histories, B126, 130; 

osteology, P711. 
iintblrds. Middle American, BSO, pt. 

5. 
Anthreptes, new African, P2076._ 
Anthu$ cervitius in Lower Califor- 
nia, P361. 
Antigua, P35, 
Aphrizidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 8. 
Arctic American, BIS; P865. 
Ardea herodias, revision, P1939. 
Ardea luuerdemanrti, notes on, P612. 
Arenariidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 8. 
Argentina, B133. 
Arizona, P616, 663, 674. 
Asia, central, P119S; eastern, PI 539; 
eastern Turkestan, Thian-Shan 
Mountains, and Tagdumbash Pa- 
mir, P1083. 
Assumption Island, P9S3, 973, 1008, 

1079. 
Atthis ellioti, Guatemala, P7. 
auks, great. Funk Island, R1888, pt. 
3, No. 3; North American, BSO, 
pt. 8. 
Australia, PS70. 

avocets. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 
Bahamas, P600. 
Baltistan, P1078. 
barbcts. North and Middle Ameri- 

ican, BSO, pt. 6. 
Barbuda, P3S. 

Basileuterus and allies, P27S2. 
Basileuterus rufifrons, Mexico, P895. 
Bawean Island, Java Sea, P217S. 
Benedict, J. E., collected by, P420. 
Bering Sea, P1727; St. Lawrence 

Island, P2912. 
Bermudas, B2S, pts. 4, 5. 
birds-of-paradise, P87S, 1204. 
bones collected by Theodoor dc Booy 
in St. Thomas and St. Croix, 
P224S. 
Boobies. (See under Fossils, birds.) 
Borneo, P1683, 283S. 
bowerbirds, cubital coverts, P87S. 
Brazil, Abrolhos Islands, P768, 798. 
British Guiana, PS38. 
Bubonidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 6. 



Birds (continued). 

Bucconidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 6. 
bullfinches, Palearctic, P6I0. 
bunting, snow, Alaskan, P412. 
bustard, African, cestodc from, P1844. 
Buteo latissimus, melanistic, PS67. 
Buteo oxypterus, remarks on type, 

P488. 
Butorides virescens, revision, P1916. 
California, PS6, 458, 623, 662, 872; 

Santa Barbara Islands, P1196. 
Capitonidae, Middle American, BSO, 

pt. 6. 
Caprimulgidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 6. 
Caprimulgiformes, life histories, 

B176. 
Caprimulgus macrurus, races, P2088. 
Caribbean Sea, P665, 2876. 
Carpodectes antoniae, remarks on by 

Zeledon, P60S. 
Catliartes burrovianus and C. uru' 

bitinga, P480. 
Catharus, Ecuador, P6S3. 
Catharus berlepschi, remarks on, 

P6S4. 
caudal molt, P2830. 
Celebes, P2S06. 
Central America, P493. 
Centurus, review. Pi 98. 
Cepphus, remarks on, P425. 
Certhia, European and North Amer- 
ican, P270. 
Certhiidae, North American, BSO, pt 

3. 
Certhiola, synopsis, P478. 
cestode parasites from, B69; P2656. 
Chachalacas, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 10. 
Chalcomitra, new African, P2076. 
Chalcopelia, new African, P2076. 
Chamnea, osteology, P830. 
Chamaeidae, North American, BSO, 

pt. 3. 
Charadriidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 8. 
chats, palm. North American, BSO, 

pt. 3. 
chatterers. North and Middle Anner- 

ican, BSO, pt. 4. 
Chile, B133; P312. 
China, Chihli and Kansu, P2838; 

Yunnan and Szechwan, P26S4, 

2907. 
China Sea, Tambelan Islands, P2262. 
Chionls minor, structure and syste- 
matic position, B3. 
Chordeiles, monograph, B86. 
Chrysotis, new Dominican, P142. 
Cinclidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 3. 
Cinnyris, new African, P2076. 
classification for birds of world, 

P2821. 



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Biros (continued). 

Coerebidae, anatomy and affinities, 
PlOOl; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 2. 
coiiiform, caudal molt, P2830. 
Colius, new African, P2076. 
collecting, directions for, B39a. 
Collocalia fucipliaga, revision, P1881. 
Colombia, P1258. 
Columbidae, N o r th and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 7. 
Columbiformes, life histories, B162. 
Commander Islands, B29; P34S, 614, 

76S, 1095. 
Contopus, new tropical American, 

P474. 
coots, Japanese, review, PS79; North 
and Middle American, BSO, pt. 9; 
West Indian, P446. 
Coraciiformes, caudal molt, P2830; 

life histories, B176. 
cormorant, Pailas's, P765, 1095. 
Corvidae, North American, life his- 
tories, B191; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 3. 
Costa Rica, birds, P3179; Cotinga, 

PS99; whippoorwill, P867. 
Cotingidae, North American, life 
histories, B179; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 4. 
cowbirds, R1893, pt. 2, No. 4. 
Cozumel, P494. 

Cracidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 10. 
cranes, North and Middle American, 

BSO, pt. 9. 
creepers, Japanese, P667; North 
American, BSO, pt. 3; tree, P270. 
crows, carrion, Kamchatkan and 
Japanese, P629; North American, 
life histories, B191; North and 
Middle American, BSO, pt. 3. 
Cuba, P292S. 

cuckoos. North American, life his- 
tories, B176; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 7; yellow- 
billed, tapeworms from, P2791. 
Cuculidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 7. 
Cuculiformes, life histories, B176. 
curassows. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 10. 
Cyanecula, new, P1078. 
Cyanonympha, monograph, P1803. 
Cyclorhis, new subspecies, Yucatan, 

P5S8. 
Cygninae, outlines of monograph, 

P275. 
Dendrocincla, review, P650. 
Dendrocolaptidae, North and Mid- 
dle American, BSO, pt. 5. 
Dendrornis, new. Pi 200. 
dickcissel, disappearance from Dis- 
trict of Columbia, P806. 
dippers. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 3. 



Birds (continued). 

District of Columbia, B26; P806. 
diving, life histories of North Amer- 
ican, B107. 
Dominican, P19, 142. 
Dominican Republic, B155; P2966. 
dove, ground, Mona Island, Puerto 

Rico, P1418. 
Dromococcyx, British Guiana, P538. 
Dryobaies nuttallii, hybrid with D. 
pubescens gairdnerii, P590. 

Dryobates pubescens, new subspecies 
of, P1080. 

Dryobates pubescens gairdnerii, hy- 
brid with D. nuttallii, P590. 

Dryobates scalaris, revision, P1847. 

Dryobates villosus, revision, P1840. 

Ducks, domesticated hybrid, P409; 
form (rufous-crested) new to 
North American fauna, P188; 
parasitic habit, P2918; ruddy, 
P2191. 

Dulidae, North American, BSO, pt. 3. 

Ecuador, P6S3, 694a, 1258. 

Empidonaces, nests and eggs, P62. 

Entomothera corotnanda, review, 
P2090. 

Entozra, notes on avian, P893. 

Erismatura jamaicensis, secondary 
sexual characters in male, P2191. 

Estrilda, new African, P2076. 

Ethiopia, B1S3. 

Europe, Certhia, P270; marshtits, 
P686; thrushes, PS77; titmice, 
P695; generic and specific appel- 
lations, P261. 

Eurypygidae, Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 9. 

exchanges with National Museum, 
directions, C34. 

exhibit sent to International Fisher- 
ies Exhibition at London, B27, pL 
C. 

extinct, represented in National Mu- 
seum, R1889, pt. 3, No. 5. 

Falconiformes, life histories, B167, 
170. 

Fanning Islands, B7. 

finches. North and Middle Ameri- 
can, BSO, pt. 1. 

Florida, P457. 

flycatchers, life histories, BSO, pts. 
3, 4; B179. 

Formicariidae, Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 5. 

Formicarius, revision, P961. 

Francolinus, new African, P2076. 

Fringillidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 1. 

Funk Islands, R1888, pt. 3, No. 3. 

Furoariidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 5. 

Galapagos Islands, P573, 767, 798, 
1007, 1067, 1116. 

Galbulidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 6. 



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Birds (continued). 

Galliformes, life histories, B162. 

gallinaceous, life histories of North 
American, B162. 

gallinules, Japanese, review, P579; 
North and Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 9. 

Gavia immer, trematode from, 
P3071. 

generic names, preoccupied, P530; 
with additions to Waterhouse's 
"Index Generum Avium": 1890- 
1900, P1267; 1901-1905, P16S6; 
1906-1915, P2221; 1916-1922, incl., 
P2664. 

Geolhlypis, Brownsville, Tex., P964. 

Gloriosa Island, P973, 1008, 1079. 

gnatcatcher, black-capped, Califor- 
nia, nest and eggs, P662. 

goatsuckers, monograph of Chordel- 
les, B86; long-tailed, P2088; North 
American, life histories, B176; 
North and Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 6; pterylography, P1018. 

goose, Canada, trematode from, 
P2846. 

Grampus cruise, birds collected on, 
P819. 

Great Britain, PlOl, 560. 

Grenada, P4S. 

grouse, feather-tracts, PI 166; North 
American, BSO, pt. 10; sage, nema- 
tode from, P2S69. 

Gruidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 9. 

Guadeloupe, P57. 

Guam. P1683. 

guano, of Peruvian birds, P2298. 

guans. North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 10. 

Guatemala. P7, 3105. 

guineafowls, West Indian, BSO, pt. 
10. 

gulls. North American, life histories, 
B113; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 

Haematopodidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 8. 

Ilaematopus )jalapagensis, P573. 

Haiti, B15S; P2925, 2966. 

Halcyon, new African, P2076. 

Hapaloderma vittatum, basis for new 
genus, PI 024. 

Harporhynrhus, P262. 

Hawaiian Islands, B7; P236, 692. 
Kauai, P609, 640, 778. 

hawk, Cozumel, P494; red-shoul- 
dered, Florida, P457. 

Heligoland, P67. 

Heliornithidae, Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 9. 

Herodiones, life histories, B135. 

herons, bnat-billed. Central Amer- 
ican, P493; great blue, P1939; 
green, P1939; Japanese, review, 
P628. 



Biros (continued). 

Heierotro^on, new genus. PI 02*. 

Hirundinidae, North American, life 
histories, B179. North and Middle 
American. BSO, pt. 3. 

Honduras, P665, 868. 

honey-creepers, Lesser Antilles, 
P478; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 2. 

hornbill, giant, peculiarity of growth 
in tail feathers, P20S9. 

Hudson's Bay Company districts in 
Labrador, P518. 

hummingbirds, R1890, pt. 3, No. 1; 
Ecuadorean and Colombian, 
P1258; Guatemalan, P7; North 
American, life histories, B176; 
North and Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 5; structure of tongue, P848. 

Flypot/iytnis, monograph, PI 803. 

ibises, Japanese, review, P628. 

Icteridae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 2. 

Icterus, West Indian, P166. 

Icterus cucullatus, variations, P472. 

"Index Generum Avium," additions 
to, P1267, 1656, 2221, 2664. 

jacamars, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 6. 

Jacanidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO. pt. 8. 

Japan, P383, 390, 558, 578, 579. 598, 
601. 628, 629, 642, 667, 735, 751, 
874, 906, 957, 974, 997, 1721 ; Idzu, 
P649; Liu-Kiu Islands, P473, 597, 
641; Sea of Japan, P904, 931, 
1727; Yezo, P904, 931. 

Java Sea islands, P2232. 

jays, North American, life histories, 
B191; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 3. 

Kamchatka, B29; P345, 629, 701. 

Karimata Islands, P2512. 

Kashmir, Pi 078. 

Kentucky, P3089. 

Kenva Colony, B1S3, 

Kerguelen Island, B2, 3. 

kingfisher(s), North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 6; north- 
western belted, nematode from, 
P2871; RamphalcyoTt, P1657; 
ruddy, P2090 ; white-collared, 
P2276. 

Korea, P1721, 1735. 

Kuril Islands, P1144, 

Labrador, P353, 518. 

Ladak, P1078. 

Lagopus mutus and allies, P279. 

Laniidae, North American, BSO, pt. 3. 

Laridae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 

larks, North American, life histories, 
B179; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 4; Otocoris, P1271. 

Lesser Antilles, P61, 478. 

Liberia, Pi 182. 



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Birds (continued). 

lice, taken from North American 
birds, P1183; from Tinamidae, 
P3180; found on troupials, P2201. 
life histories of North American, 
B107, 113, 121, 126, 130, 135, 142, 
146, 162, 167, 170, 174, 176, 179, 
191. 
Limicolae, North American, life 

histories, B142, 146. 
loon, Gavia immer, trcraatode from, 

P3071. 
Lower California, B7; P313, 314, 

360, 361, 386. 
Loxigilla, new, St. Christopher, 

P21o. 
Madagascar, P1118, 1197. 
Malay Peninsula, B172. 
manakins. Middle American, B50, 

pt. 4. 
Manitoba, P841. 
marsh birds, life histories of North 

American, B135. 
marshtits, British, PS60; European, 

P686. 
Martinique, PSl. 
Megapodius, growth rate of foot, 

P2901. _ 

Megapodius nicobarieiisis, VZZ7i. 
Megascops, new species of, P626. 
Melanetta fusca in Alaska, P411. 
Meleagrididae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 10. 
Melittophagus, new African, P2076. 
Mentawi Island group, P2775, 
Merula confinis, note on, P362. 
Methriopterus, P262. 
Mexico, B4; P5S9, 895, 945, 962, 
975, 1045; Aha Mira, P1091; 
Sonora, P385, 617; Veracruz, 
P3164. 
Micropodiiformes, North American, 

life histories, B176. 
Middle America, catalog, B50, pts. 
1-10; P65S; list of forms not rep- 
resented in National Museum, 
P215. 
Midway Island, Pi 683. 
Mimidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 4. 
Miminae, P262, 704. 
Mniotiltidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 2. 
mockingbirds, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 4. 
Momotidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 6. 
Mongolia, Inner, P2838. 
Motacilla amuretisis, M. blakistoni^ 

and M. ocularis, identity, P356. 
Motacillidac, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 3. 
rootmots, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 6. 
moundbirds, Megapodius, growth 
rate of foot. P2901. 



Birds (continued). 

Muscisaxicola, Lake Titicaca, P643. 
Myadestes, West Indian, P260. 
Myadestes obscurus, new races, P239. 
Myiarchus, Orinoco district, South 
America, PS89; remarks on genus, 
and on A/, yucatanensis, P955. 
Nannus, notes on wrens, P2265. 
Natuna Islands, B1S9. 
nematode parasites of, Strongylata, 

Ascaridata, Spirurata, B140. 
Neotropical, P7SS. 
new American races, P2S9. 
New Mexico, P432. 
new species and geographical races 

in National Museum, P38. 
Nicaragua, P391, 947, 1090. 
Nicobar Islands. P1288. 2278. 
North America, additions to avi- 
fauna, P247. 
catalog, BSO, pts. 1-10; P138. 
descriptions of some new, P285. 
desiderata among, P219. 
emended names, P524. 
life histories: B107, diving birds; 
113, gulls, terns; 121, petrels, 
pelicans; 126, 130, wildfowl; 
135, marsh birds; 142, 146. 
shorebirds; 162, gallinaceous 
birds; 167, 170, birds of prey; 
174, woodpeckers; 176, cuckoos, 
goatsuckers, hummingbirds; 179, 
flycatchers, larks, swallows; 191, 
jays, crows, titmice. 
life histories, breeding habits, and 

eggs, SBl, 3. 
nomenclature, B21; P102. 
some generic and specific appella- 
tions, P261. 
taeninid cestodes of, B69. 
western coasts and adjacent is- 
lands, collected bv Albatross, 
P799. 
North Carolina, P3117. 
Norway, P686. 

Nothura maculosa, osteology, P622. 
Nucifraga caryocatactes inacrorhyn- 

chos, Japan, P735. 
Numididae, West Indian, BSO, pt. 10. 
nutcracker, Japanese review, P735. 
nuthatches, Japanese, review, P578; 
North and Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 3. 
Nycltibiidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 6. 
Nyctibius, anatomy of, with notes on 

allied birds, P22S1. 
Nye, W., collected by, P420. 
Oceanodroma leiicorhoa, review of 

subspecies, P2230. 
Odontoglossae, life histories, B13S. 
Odontophorus, Mexican, P945. 
Ocdicnemidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. %. 



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Birds (continued). 

Oestrelata fisheri and 0. defilip' 
plana, P471. 

Okhotsk Sea, P1727. 

Old World, in National Muieum, 
P234. 

Onychotes gruberi, P481. 

Otocoris, review, PI 271. 

ovenbirds, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 5. 

owl(s), great horned, revision, 
P13S2; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, B50, pt. 6; pterylography of 
American, P1018; Puerto Rican, 
P238 ; spotted, P2106. 

Oxyruncidae, Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 4. 

oystercatchers, Galapagos, P573 ; 
North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 8. 

Pachyrhamphus albinucha, P870. 

Pacific Ocean, north. Albatross 1906 
cruise, P1727; Pinchot Expedition, 
P2876. 

Palawan Island, P1134. 

Paludicolae, North American, life 
histories, B135. 

Paraguay, B133; P1281. 

Pardaliparus elegans, Philippine, 
geographical forms, P2142. 

Pardalotus, Australian, PS70. 

Paridae, North American, life his- 
tories, B191; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 3 ; osteology, 
P830. 

parrots, Dominican, P142; North 
and Middle American, BSO, pt. 7. 

parrots to grackles, North American, 
life histories, SB3. 

partridges. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 10; plumed, Sonora, 
P617. 

Passeriformes, North American, life 
histories, B179. 

passprine, new American, P1076. 

patella in birds, forms assumed by, 
P439. 

Pelargopsis, revision, P1657. 

pelicans, North American, life his- 
tories, B121. 

Peru, B117; P643, 2298. 

Peucaea mexicana, new to U. S., 
P496. 

petrels, Alaskan, P339; Hawaiian, 
P236; Leach's, P2230; North 
American, life histories, B121; 
storm, P962. 

Petropaulovski, P345. 

Peucedramus, new aubspeciet of, 
P1074. 

Phacellodomus, Venezuelan, P619. 
phalaropes. North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 8. 
Phalaropodidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt 8. 



Birds (continued). 

Phasianidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 10. 

Pheasants, North American, BSO, pt 
10. 

Philippine Islands, Pi 134, 1679, 
1693, 2142. 

Phrygilus gayi and allied species, 
P644. 

Picidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 6. 

Piciformes, caudal molt, P2830; 
North American, life histories, 
B174. 

Picoides albidior, Kamchatka, P701. 

Picolaptes, lower Amazon, PS91. 

pigeons, Guayaquil, Ecuador, P694a; 
Japanese, P642; North and Mid- 
dle American, BSO, pt. 7. 

pipirs, North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 3. 

Piprjdae, Middle American, BSO, pt 
4. 

Ploceidae, North American, BSO, pt 
4. 

plovers, Chilean, P312; North and 
Middle American, BSO, pt 8. 

Polioptila californica, nest and eggs, 
P662. 

Porzana, new Costa Rican, P611. 

Porzana jamaicensis coturniculus, 
P828. 

potoos, North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 6. 

Procelsterna, Hawaiian group, 
P1322. 

Procniatidae, osteological and ptery- 
lographical characters, P1077. 

Psaltriparus, Arizona, P674. 

Psittacidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 7. 

Psittaciformes, North American, life 
histories, B176. 

Psittacula, review, P661. 

Psittirostra psittacea, Hawaiian, 
P640. 

ptarmigans, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt 10. 

Pteroptochidae, Middle American, 
BSO, pt S. 

Ptilogonatidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt 3. 

Puerto Rico, P238, 1418. 

puffbirds, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt 6. 

Pygopodes, North American, lift 
histories, B107. 

quail, feather-tracts, P1166; Japa- 
nese, P974; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt 10; tapeworms 
from, P2791. 
questions relating to, transmitting, 
C50. 



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Birds (continued). 

rails, clapper, revision, P3018; 
Farallon, P828; Japanese, review, 
P579; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, B50, pt, 9. 

Rallidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, B50, pt. 9. 

Rallus gularis, remarks on, P576. 

Rallus jouyi, description of, P576. 

Rallus longirostris, revision, P3018. 

Rallus striatus, remarks on, P576. 

Ramphalcyon, revision, P16S7. 

Ramphastidae, North and Middle 
American, C50, pt. 6. 

Recurvirostridae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 8. 

Regulus calendula, plumage, P546. 

rhea, nematode from, P2958. 

Rhinoplax vigil, growth of tail 
feathers, P2059. 

Rynchopidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 8, 

St. Croix, bones, P2245. 

St. Thomas, bones, P224S. 

St. Vincent, P27. 

Santa Barbara Islands, Calif., P1196. 

Sauropatis chloris, revision, P2276. 

Saxicola, North American, P1220, 

Sclerurus, review, P762. 

Scolopacidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 8. 

Scops, American, review, P21. 

Selasphorus torridus, note on, P400. 

Seychelles, P1079. 

sharpbills, Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 4. 

shore birds, life histories of North 
American, B142, 146. 

shrikes, gray, Japanese, P931; North 
American, BSO, pt. 3. 

Siam, B172, 186; P1201. 

Siberia, northeastern, collected by 
Copley Amory, Jr., P225S. 

Sitta, osteology, P830. 

Sittasomus, notes on, P877. 

Sittidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 3. 

skeletons. Albatross collections, Ab- 
rolhos Islands, Brazil, Straits of 
Magellan, and Galapagos Islands, 
P798; preparation, B39c. 

skimmers. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 

skuas, North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 8. 

snipes. North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 8. 

Somaliland, P1373. 

Sonora, P38S, 617. 

South America, new. Pi 276; list of 
forms not represented in National 
Museum, P21S; Orinoco district, 
P589. 

Southwest Africa, Great Namaqua- 
land, P29S1. 

sparrow (s), California, P458; field, 



Biros, sparrows (continued). 

New Mexico, P432; new to U.S., 
P496; sharp - tailed, California, 
P872; tree, Liu-Kiu, Japan, P473. 

Spindalis, Bahaman, P600. 

Spiza americana, disappearance 
from District of Columbia, P806. 

Spolia Mentawiensia, P277S. 

starlings. North American, BSO, pt. 
4. 

Steganopodes, osteology, P713. 

Stercorariidae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 8. 

sterna and skulls collected by T. H. 
Streets, P638, 

Sternidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 

stilts. North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. 8. 

storks, Japanese, review, P628. 

Straits of Magellan, P768, 798. 

Strigiformes, North American, life 
histories, B170. 

Strix occidentalis, critical notes, 
P2106. 

Sturnidae, North American, BSO, pt. 
4. 

Sumatra, P1318, 2268, 2282. 

sun-bitterns. Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 9. 

sun-grebes. Middle American, BSO, 
pt. 9. 

surf-birds, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 

swallows. North American, life his- 
tories, B179; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 3. 

swiftlet, edible-nest, Collocalia fuci- 
phaga, P1881. 

swifts. North and Middle American, 
BSO, pt. S; supposed new species, 
P923. 

Sylviidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 3. 

Synthliboramphus ivumizusume, sta- 
tus in North America, PS92. 

Tambelan Islands, China Sea, P2262. 

tanagers. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 2. 

Tanagridae, North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 2. 

Tantalus and allies, P315. 

tapaculos, Middle American, BSO, 
pt. S. 

Tennessee, P30S0. 

terns, crested, P2121; North Amer- 
ican, life histories, B113; North 
and Middle American, BSO, pt. 8. 

Tetraonidac, North American, BSO, 
pt. 10. 

Texas, B17; P22, 673, 964. 

Thailand, northern, B186. 

Thalasseus bergii, synopsis, P2121. 

Thamnophilus, supposed new forms, 
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Birds (continued). , . , . i 

thick-knees, North and Middle 

American, B50, pt. 8. 
thrushes, ant, Nicaraguan, P1090; 
North and Middle American, 
B50, pt. 4; osteology, P704; United 
States, new, P240. 
Thryomanes, revision, PI 153. 
Tinamidae, Mallophaga from, P3180. 
tinamou, spotted, osteology, P622. 
titmice, elegant, Philippine, P2142; 
European, P695; North American, 
life histories, B191; North and 
Middle American, B50, pt. 3. 
tits, Japanese, review, P578. 
Todidae, North American, B50, pt. 6. 
todies. North American, B50, pt. 6. 
tongues, R1895, pt. 2, No, 5; adap- 
tive modifications and taxonomic 
value, P2591 ; hummingbird, P848. 
toucans, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 6. 
trematodes from, P2722, 2824. 
trinominals in American ornithology, 

P413. 
Trochilidae, in National Museum, 
P1S5; North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 5. 
Troglodytes, review, P1354. 
Troglodytidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 3. _ 
Trogon ambiguus, breeding in Ari- 
zona, P616. 
Trogonidae, North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 5. 
Trogoniformes, North American, 

life histories, B176. 
trogons, Heterotrogon, new genus, 
P1024; Nicaragua, P947; North 
and Middle American, BSO, pt. 5. 
troupials, bird louse from, P2201. 
Tubmares, osteology, P713. 
Turdidae, Dominican, P103; North 
and Middle American, BSO, pt. 
4; systematic arrangement, P301. 
Turdus, Japanese, review, P601. 
Turdus alpestris and T. torquatus, 

distinct species, PS77. 
turkeys, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 10. 
turnstones. North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 8. 
Tyrannidae, North American, life 
"histories, B179; North and Middle 
American, BSO, pt. 4. 
Tyrannus, synopsis, P60. 
Tytonidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 6, 
United States, southern, new forms 
from, P1274; west coast, migra- 
tions and nesting habits, P85. 
Vropstta, note on name, P656. 
Uruguay, B133. 

Venezuela, PS5S, 619, 1093, 1247, 
3073. 



Birds (continued). 

Vireonidae, North and Middle Amer- 
ican, BSO, pt. 3. 
vireos. North and Middle American, 

BSO, pi. 3. 
wagtails. North and Middle Amer- 
ican. BSO, pt. 3. 
warbler(s), golden, review, P522; 
ground, Mexican, P104S; reed, 
Japanese, P997; Santa Lucia, W. 
I., P311; wood, Basileuterus and 
allies, P27S2; wood. North and 
Middle American, BSO, pts. 2, 3; 
Yucatan, P476. . 

Waterhouse's "Index Generum Avi- 
um," P1267, 16S6, 2221, 2664. 
waxwings. North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. 3. 
weapons and wings, R1893, pt. 2, 
No. 6. ^, ^ 

weaverbird, African, P1370; North 
and Middle American, BSO, pt. 4. 
West Indies, BSO, pt. 10; P166, 260, 
446; Dominica, P103; Grenada, 
PS96; Guadeloupe, P545; St. 
Christopher, P216; Santa Lucia, 
P311, 768. 
West Virginia, P3021. 
wheatears, North American, P1220. 
whippoorwill, Costa Rican, P867. 
■wild fowl, life histories of North 

American, B126, 130. 
woodhewers. North and Middle 

American, BSO, pt. S. _ 

woodpeckers, downy, P1080; hairy, 
P1840; Japanese, PSS8; Kamt- 
schatkan three-toed, P701 ; ladder- 
backed, P1847; North American, 
life histories, B174; North and 
Middle American, BSO, pt. 6. 
world, systematic classification for 

birds of, P2821. 
worm, amidostomine, from anserine, 

P2864. 
wrens, Japanese, review, P751; 
S annus, P226S; North and Mid- 
dle American, BSO, pt. 3; osteol- 
ogy, P704; Thryomanes, P1153; 
troglodytes, P1354. 
wren-thrushes. North American, BSO, 

wrentits. North American, BSO, pt. 3. 
Xiphocolaptes, review, P761, 796. 
Yucatan, P476, 539, 588. 
Zeledoniidae, Middle American, 

BSO, pt. 4. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Birds' eggs, Aldabra, P983. 
Arctic America, P865. 
Arizona, P663. . 

Empidonaces, North American, F6Z. 
exchange with National Museum, 

directions, C34. 
Kerguelen Island, B3. 
North American, SBl, 3. 
North American oology, R1892, pt 
S, No. 7. 



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Biros' Eggs (continued). 

Polioptila californica, P662. 
questions relating to transmitting, 

CSO. 
trematode from, P636. 
wanted for National Museum, with 
collecting directions, CSO. 
Birds' eggs and nests, collecting, pre- 
paring, and preserving, directions, 
B39d. 
Birds' nests, Aldabra, P983. 

Arizona, P663. 
Birds-of-paradise. (See under Birds.) 
Birds of prey, life histories of North 

American, B167, 170. 
Birt, Louis F. H., fishes collected in 

Nicaragua, P732. 
Bison. (See under Mammals; also under 

Fossils, mammals.) 
Black Hills, Cycadeoidea, or fossil cyca- 
dean trunks, from Lower Cretaceous 
rim, P1141. 
Blackman, Maulsby Willett, P3084, 3147, 

3154, 3165, 3174. 
Blackwelder, Richard Eliot, B182, 185; 

P3001, 3041, 3069, 3140. 
Blaisdell, Frank Ellsworth, Sr., B63; 

P2790. 
Blake, Doris Holmes, P2672, 2868, 2969, 

3072, 3139. 
Blake, Sidney Fay, CNH20, pt. 7 (1st and 
2d arts.), pt. 10 (1st through 4th 
arts.), pt. 13 (1st through 3d arts.); 
CNH22, pt. 8; CNH24 (1st, 3d, and 
4th pts.) ; CNH26, pt. 5; CNH29, pt 
2 (2d art.) ; P2382. 
Blakiston, Thomas Wright, P598. 

gray shrike collected in Yezo, Japan, 
P931. 
Blanchard, Frank Nelson, B114. 
Blatchley, Willis Stanley, P922. 
Blattids. (See under Insects, Orthoptera.) 
Blattoids. (See under Fossils.) 
Blennies. (See under Fishes.) 
Bluefishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Boas. (See under Reptiles.) 
Boas, Franz, R189S, pt. 2, No. 1; P709, 

1616. 
Boats. (See under Transportation.) 
Boehmer, George Hans, R1891, pt. 3, 

No. 7; PS83. 
Boettcher, Frederick Louis John, PI 879. 
Boving, Adam Glede, P2171, 2773, 3146. 
Boving, A. G., and Champlain, Alfred 

B., P2323. 
Boving, A. G., and Parker, John Ber- 
nard, P2S13. 
Bogosloff Island, Bering Sea, hornblende 

andesites, P479. 
Bolin, Rolf Ling, P2987, 3000. 
Bolivia, grasses, CNH24, pt. 8. 
land shells, Bulimulus, P2937. 
meteoric irons, P2700. 
Mulford Biological Expedition col- 
lections: Bees, P2684; beetles, 
P2568. 



Bolivia (continued). 

plants, fossil, bearing on ap;e of up- 
lift of eastern Andes, P2229. 
Bolles, Timothy Dix, R1887, pt. 3, No. 

5; P899. 
Bollman, Charles Harvev, B46; P58S, 
625, 670, 714, 720-722, 731. 
(See also under Jordan and Boll- 
man.) 
Bolo case, basketry, Basilan Island, 

P1566. 
Bones. (See under Birds.) 
Bonito. (See under Fishes.) 
Boobies. (See under Fossils, birds.) 
Boomerang, study of, P724. 
Boone, Pearl Lee, P22S3, 2319. 
Borneo, beetles, new buprestid, P2428. 
birds collected by Paul Bartsch, 
P1683; by W. L. Abbott on Kari- 
mata Islands, P2512; from islands 
off northeastern coast, P2835. 
mammals collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, PI 577, 1809. 
orang skulls, anatomical observa- 
tions on, P1495. 
Bornite, North Carolina and Virginia, 

P1835. 
Boschma, Heinrich, P2726, 2804. 
Botany. (See under Plants.) 
Boulangerite, P2351. 
Bourns, Frank Swift, and Worcester, 

Dean Conant, P1134. 
Bowerbirds. (See under Birds.) 
Bowie, Henry P., fishes collected in 

Tahiti, P1422. 
Bowles, Edgar Oliver, and Marshall, 

William Blanchard, P2946. 
Bows, Eskimo, in National Museum, 

R1884, pt. 3, No. 3. 
Boxfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Boyd, Charles H., P223. 
Brachiopods : 

Albatross, P773, 1032. 

Hawaiian Islands, P1032. 

index to names, B8. 

Platystrophia, study of genus, P2297. 

Recent, in National Museum, P2314. 

United States, southeastern coast, 

B37. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Brachyurans. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Braconid-flies. (See under Insects, Hy- 

menoptera.) 
Bradley, Frank H., fishes collected in 

Panama, P329. 
Brahmin temple, model, P1921. 
Brains and brain preservatives, P1451- 
Branchiopods. (See under Fossils, crus- 
taceans.) 
Bransford, Dr., shells collected in kit- 
chen midden in Costa Rica, Pll. 
Brayton, Alembert Winthrop, and Jor- 
dan, David Starr, B12. 



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Brazil, annelid, new Nereis, P2347. 
Anodontites, new species, P2122. 
birds collected by Albatross on Ab« 

rolhos Islands, P768. 
corals, astrangid, P1477. 
fishes obtained by Albatross at Ba- 

hia, P829. 
flies, new Chloropidae injuring 

manihot, P2534, 
grasshoppers, Pyrgomorphinae and 

Locustinae, P1661. 
Indian tribes of Purus River, R1901, 

pt. 2, No. 5. 
mollusks, new Corbicula, P2699. 
mussel, pearly fresh-water, Hyria, 

P2053. 
nematode parasites of land-tortoise, 

Testudo denticulata, P2S26. 
shells, new bivalve, P2762. 
skeletons, bird, Abrolhos Islands, 
P798. 
Brender a Brandis, Gerard Abraham, 
and Nierstrasz, Hugo Frederick, P2832. 
Brewer, Thomas Mayo, P62. 
Bristol Bay, Alaska, ethnological speci- 
mens from Ugashagraut tribe, 
Ugashak River, P364. 
mammals collected by C. L. McKay, 
P564. 
British Columbia, Arachnida collected by 
Currie. Caudell, and Dyar, P2143. 
Coast Indians, R1888, pt. 3, No. 1. 
fishes, collected by Henry E. Nichols, 
P255, 387; cottoid, collected by 
Albatross, P787; cyprinoid, new 
species from Frazer River, P938. 
fossils. Middle Cambrian, P2893. 
Kwakiutl Indians, houses, P709. 
Lepidoptera, Kootenai District, 

P1376. 
moths, tineid, P137S. 
trout. Great Lake, Salvelinus na- 

maycush, P682. 
(See also under Canada.) 
British Guiana, Dromococcyx, new spe- 
cies, P538. 
grasses, CNH22, pt. 6. 
British Museum, American fishes in col- 
lection, P81. 
British West Indies. (See under West 

Indies; also under Trinidad.) 
Brittle-stars. (See under Fossils, echl- 

noderms.) 
Britton, Nathaniel Lord, and Rose, Jo- 
seph Nelson, CNH12, pt. 9 (1st art.), 
pt. 10 (1st art.) ; CNHI6, pts. 7, 9. 
Brock, Robert Alonzo, P489. 
Brown, James Temple, B27, pt. E. 
Brown, Roland Wilbur, P2953. 
Brown, William Henry, CNH13, pt. 10 

(2d art.). 
Bruner, Lawrence, P764, 1461, 1949, 2001. 
Bryant, Owen, collections, annelids, Lab- 
rador, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, 
P1703. 
Bryozoa, Labrador, Newfoundland, 
Nova Scotia, P1933. 



Bryant, Owen (continued). 

fishes, Java, P1919; Labrador, 

P1763. 
insects, Java, P267S. 
Bryozoa Ns: 

America, Arctic, B15. 

Gulf of Mexico region, P2710. 

Kerguelen Island, B3. 

Labrador, Newfoundland, and Nova 

Scotia, P1933. 
Philippines, BlOO, vol. 9. 
polyzoans, American, northeast 

coast, P76. 
United States, fresh-water, P13SS. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Buchanan, Lee L, P2801. 
Buddha, bronze, R1889, pt. 3, No. 8. 
Buddhist religious art, R1904, pt. 2, No. 

2; P2371. 
Budworms. (See under Insects, Lepidop- 
tera.) 
Buffalo. (See under Anthropology; also 

under Mammals, bison.) 
Buffalo, N. Y., Pan American Exposition, 
National Museum exhibit, R1901, pt. 
2, No. 1. 
Building stones: 

building and ornamental stones in 
National Museum, R1886, pt. 3, 
No. 3. 
circular in reference to collection, 

C9. 
exhibition at World's Industrial and 
Cotton Centennial, plan for, C25. 
Maine, in National Museum, P36S. 
Bullfinches. (See under Birds.) 
Bullfrogs. (See under Amphibians.) 
Bunting, snow. (See under Birds.) 
Burgess, Edward, B15. 
Burgess shale, restudy of, P2854. 
Burke, [Charles] Victor, B150; P1941. 
Burke, C. V., and Gilbert, Charles 

Henry, P1907. 
Burks, Bernard DeWitt, P3082, 3170. 
Burma, dragonflies, Aeschinae, P2467; 
Calopteryginae, P1389; Cordule- 
gasterinae, Chlorogomphinae, and 
Gomphinae, P1571. 
earthworm fauna, summary, P2781. 
jadeite of Mogoung, analysis, P98L 
Burns, Frank, R1892, pt. 3, No. 5. 
Burr, Malcolm, P1760. 
Burt, Charles Earle, B1S4. 
Burt, C. E., and Burt, May Danbeim, 

P2849. 
Busck, August, P1208, 1268, 1304, 1375, 
1463, 1465, 1506, 1644, 1765, 1815, 
2043, 3064. 
Bush, Katharine Jeannette, P377. 
Bush, Katharine J., and Verrill, Addi- 
son Emory, P1139. 
Bushmen, crania, P2696. 
Bushnell, David Ives, Jr., P2042. 
Bushnell, Expedition to Phoenix and 

Samoan Islands, fishes, B180. 
Bustards. (See under Birds.) 
Butterfishes. (See under Fishes.) 



202 BUTTERFUES-CALIFORNIA 

(See under Insects, Lepidop- 



Butterflies, 

tera.) 
Byrd, Elon Eugene, P3010 



Cacao. (See under Plants.) 
Cactus. (See under Plants.) 
Caddis case. (See under Fossils, insects.) 
Calamine crystals from Mexico, P1801. 
Calcite. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Calcium sulphide (oldhamite) in Alle- 
gan meteorite, P1622. 
Calcutta, nematodes from animals dying 

in zoological garden, P2777. 
Caldwell, John Stein, P3194. 
California, Actaeon species from Quater- 
nary bluffs, Spanish Bight, San 
Diego, PI 145. 
actinian, new species of Edivard- 

siella, PI 967. 
Agonidae, new species, Brachyopsis 

verrucosus, P122. 
Agonus <vulsus, PI 62. 
Alcyonaria of coast, P16S8. 
aleyrodids, P1362. 

amphipod, new, Acanthonotozomati- 
dae, and notes on Euryst/ieus tenu- 
icornis, P2861. 
annelids, new polychaetous, Nerei- 

dae, P2994. 
anthropological studies, R1900, pt- 

2, No. 1. 
Apodichthys, Monterey, P130. 
auk, flightless, Mancalla californien- 

s'ls, Miocene, PI 245. 
birds, field notes on, P623 ; Santa 
Barbara, P1196; central Califor- 
nia, P56. 
blenny, Isesthes gilberti, Santa Bar- 
bara, P288. 
boxfish, spiny, Chllomycterus, P917. 
Brachyura collected by Albatross, 

San Francisco to Norfolk, Pi 162. 
brittle-star, upper Miocene, Santa 

Cruz Mountains, P1620. 
Caryophyllia, new fossil species, 

PI 194. 
Caulolepis longidens, PI 161. 
Cephaloscylllum laticeps, PllO. 
cetacean, fossil physeteroid, Santa 

Barbara County, P2S64. 
Charina, new species, P689. 
Chirus of San Francisco markets, 

P120. 
chlorites, analyses and optical prop- 
erties, P2342. 
Coenocyathus, new species, P1477. 
crabs, fossil, Pi 647, 2214. 
Cremnobates sp., San Diego, P133. 
Crustacea of order Cumacea, P2992. 
dragonflies, life history and ecology, 

P2192. 
fishes, Abeona aurora, Monterey, 
P151. 



California, fishes (continued). 

Albatross collections, P207S. 

blennioid, new, P967. 

Brachyopsis xyosternus, Monterey 
Bay, P135. 

cottoid, Monterey Bay, P2049. 

Cymatogaster rosaceus, P153. 

cyprinoid, of San Francisco mar- 
kets, note on paper of Dr. 
Ay res, PI 59. 

Ditrema atripes, Pi 56. 

flatfish, Lepldopsetta isolepis from 
San Francisco markets, P158. 

flounder, H'tppoglossoides exilis, 
P136; Platysomatichthys stomias, 
P152; Pleuronectes verticalis, 
PI 17; Xystrenrys liolepis, Santa 
Catalina Island, P107. 

Gasterosteus ivilliamsoni, San Ber- 
nardino, P373. 

Gillichthys y-cauda, San Diego, 
P774. 

Gobiesox rhessodon, San Diego, 
P208. 

Hemirltamphus rosae, new species, 
PI 64. 
" Icichthys locktngtoni, Pi 54, 2472. 

Icosteus aenigmaticus and Osme- 
rus attenuatus, P123. 

Mohave River, P2236. 

Myriolepis zonlfer, Monterey Bay, 
P140. 

new genera and species, P97. 

notes on, P742. 

Osmerus, review, VlQll. 

Othonops eos, San Diego, Fl87. 

Owens River, P2333. 

Pantosteus santa-anae, Santa Ana 
River, P1595. 

Pleuronectidae of San Francisco, 
review, P72. 

Prionotus stephanophrys, P182. 

Ranzatiia makua and others, 
P1961. 

ray, Platyrhina triserlata, P108; 
Raia rhina, P141 ; Raia stellu- 
lata, Monterey, P129. 

Rimicola eigenmanri't and Plagio- 
grammus liopkins'i, P1643. 

"rock cod," Sebasticlithys serriceps, 
PI 09. 

rockBsh Sebastichthys carnatus, 
P126; Sebastichthys chrysome- 
las, P176; Sebastodes, new, 
P1501. 

San Diego, P106, 897. 

Santa Catalina Island, P1510. 

Sebastichthys, Monterey Bay, 
P125, 132, 161. 

Sebastichthys maliger, P1S7. 

Sebastichthys umbrosus a!id Cith- 
arichthys stigmaeus, collected by 
Andrea Larco at Santa Bar- 
bara, P296. 

sebastoid, new species, P150. 



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203 



California, fishes (continued). 

Sud'ts ringens and Myctophum 
crenulare, Santa Barbara Chan- 
nel, P146. 
surf-fish, Crossochir koelzi, 

P2962. 
trout, golden, Salmo myktss agiia- 
bon'ita, from Kern River, P916. 

fossil form, spiral, P2836. 

fossils. Cretaceous and Tertiary, 
Santa Cruz Mountains, P1617; 
post-Pliocene of coast range, P2; 
San Pedro fauna, Nob Hill Cut, 
P2535; Tertiary, distribution, P14. 

gnatcatcher, black-capped, Polloptila 
californica, nest and eggs, P662. 

Gyrophoraceae, CNH13, pt. 10 {1st 
art.). 

Haliotis, new variety. Pi 191. 

Hvmenoptera collected by W. M. 
Giffard, P2202. 

Indians, crania, P2631. 

isopods, new genus of Tanaidae and 
new species of Tanais, Monterey 
Bay, P1400; new species, P1670. 

lichen flora, CNH17, pt. 1; lichens 
collected by Edward Palmer, 
CNHl, No. 8 (7th art.). 

lizard, new, P944; Uta mearnsi, 
P1080; Ferticarla beldingi, P977. 

mammals, field notes on, P623. 

milllpeds, Colobognatha, P2714. 

mollusks, Epiphragmophora traskii 
group, P2170; later Tertiarv, P8 ; 
Miocene Haliotis, Temblor Range, 
P2938; new shells in National 
Museum, P18; new, with note on 
Selenites duranti, P584; oil-bearing 
Tertiary, PI 545; San Diego, P536; 
San Pedro Bay, P898; Trinidad, 
P2325. 

mosquitoes of coast region, Pi 51 6. 

plants, fossil, P679; southern Cali- 
fornia. CNHl, No. 1 (1st art.); 
used by Indians, Mendocino 
County, CNH7, No. 3. 

Productus g'lganteus, fossil. Pi 13. 

raccoon from Pleistocene cave de- 
posit, P1435, 

reptiles, field notes on, P623. 

Rotatoria, new, Los Angefes, P2190. 

salamander, new, P2770. 

sharks, Carchar'tas lamiella, San 
Diego, P269; notes on. Pi 18; oil 
from Galeorlitttus galeus, Pill. 

•liver ore, miargyrite, from Rands- 
burg District, P2766. 

makes, garter, Thamnophls ordin- 
oiJes, variation, P2051, 2179; 
Lichanura, P878 ; new species, 
P766; Tantilla eiseni, P1044. 

sparrows, new sharp-tailed, F872; 
unnamed, P4S8. 

sponges, marine and fresh-water, 
P2927. 

throwing-sticks. P932. 



California (continued). 

velardenite from Tulare County, 

P2417. 
whale, humpback, skull of Meg- 
aptera mlocaena from Miocene of 
Lompnc. P243S. 
Xiphister, Monterey, P130. 
(See also Gulf of California.) 
Call, Richard Ellsworth, P651. 
Caiman, William Thomas, P1876. 
Calvert, Philip Powell, P951, 1046, 1047. 
Calvert Cliffs, Md. (See under Fossils, 

Maryland.) 
Cambrian. (See under Fossils.) 
Camels. (See under Fossils, mammals.) 
Campbell, Douglas Houghton, fishes col- 
lected at Buytenzorg, Java, P1S75. 
Canada, birds, Manitoba, P841. 

copepod, Moraria, new, P2673. 
flatworms, polyclad, Atlantic coast, 

P3101. 
Lepidoptera, diurnal, Athabaska and 

Mackenzie region, P1488. 
mammals from northern Mackenzie 
River district, with remarks on 
explorers and explorations of the 
Far North, P1405. 
rutile-mica intergrowth, P1801. 
Tenthredinoidea from eastern, 

P1739. 
Unios and other shells, Toronto, 
P952. 
Canal Zone, Bryozoa, fossil, B103, pt. 6. 
Cirripedia, fossil, B103, pt. 8. 
Echini, fossil, B103, pt. 5; P2218. 
flora, CNH27. 

Foraminifera, fossil, B103, pts. 3, 4. 
geology and paleontology, contribu- 
tions to, B103, pts. 1-11. 
Lepidoptera, Smithsonian Biological 

Survey, P2050. 
Lithothamnieae, fossil and recent, 

B103, pt. 1. 
onvchophores, P3197. 
palm nut, Miocene, P2356. 
plants, higher, fossil, B103, pt, 2. 
sedimentary formations, B103, pt. 10. 
Candlefish. (See under Fishes.) 
Canoes, Kutenai and Amur, R1899, pt. 

2, No. 4. 
Canu, Ferdinand, and Bassler, Ray 
Smith, B96, 100, vol. 9; 103, pt. 6; 
106, 125, 165; P2443, 2593, 2640, 2710, 
2810. 
Cape San Lucas, fishes collected by John 

Xantus, P290; by L. Belding, P293. 
Capelins. (See under Fishes.) 
Capps, Hahn William, P3159. 
Carabao. (Sec under Mammals.) 
Carboniferous. (See under Fossils.) 
Carbonnier, M. [Charbonnier, Henry F.], 

P276. 
Cardinalfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Cards, playing, Japanese, P836. 



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CARIBBEAN-CERAMICS 



Caribbean Sea, birds, collected by Charles 
H. Townsend, P665 ; recorded bj 
Pinchot Expedition, P2876. 
crinoids collected by Albatross, P547. 
Echini collected by Albatross, P491. 
medusae collected by Albatross, P528. 
multibrachiate ophiuran of family 
Gorgonocephalidae, P22S7. 
Carleton, Mark Alfred, CNHl, No. 6 
(2d art.), 
plants collected in Indian Territory, 
CNHl, No, 6 (1st art.). 
Carlin, William Edward, P199. 
Carlsbad Caverns, oolites or cave pearls, 

P2813. 
Carmen Island, plants collected by Ed- 
ward Palmer, CNHl, No. 5 (1st art.). 
Carpenter, Frank Morton, P2695. 
Carpenter, W. L., fishes obtained at 
Fort Thomas, Gila River, Ariz., P754, 

Carriker, Melbourne Armstrong, Jr., 
P3180. 

Carthage, Roman mosaic in National 

Museum, P393. 
Cary, Merritt, P1488. 
Casanowicz, Immanuel Moses, R1904, pt. 
2, No. 2; BUS; P1667, 1725, 1921, 
2111, 2168, 2287, 2371, 2432, 2587, 
2630. 

(See also under Adler and Casa- 
nowicz.) 
Casts, gelatine, making, P926. 

metallic castings of natural objects, 

P212. 
plaster, making and preserving, 

P226. 
(See also under Anthropology.) 
Catesby's Natural History of Carolina, 
Florida, and the Bahama Islands, 
identification of figures, P422. 
Catfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Catlin, George, Indian paintings, R1885, 

pt. 5; 1890, pt. 3, No. 8. 
Cats. (See under Mammals.) 
Cattie, S. Th., P148. 
Caudell, Andrew Nelson, P1333, 1335, 
1378, 1403, 1450, 1530, 1563, 1599, 
1956, 1970, 2058, 2093, 2130, 2468, 
2675, 2679, 2921. 
Arachnida collected by in British 
Columbia, P2143. 
Cave deposit near Cumberland, Md., 

Pleistocene, P2014. 
Cave pearls in Carlsbad Caverns, P2813. 
Caves, burial. (See under Anthropology.) 
Celebes, birds from north and north- 
central parts, P2506. 
buffalo motive in decorative design, 
_ P2895. 

fishes, pediculate, new family col- 
lected by Albatross, P1917. 
itarfishes from Albatross Philippine 
cruise, P1944, 2022. 
Cenozoic. (See under Fossils.) 



Censers, Mexic* and Central America, 

P1887. 
Centipedes. (See under Myriapods.) 
Central America, Allioniaceae, CNH13, 
pt. 11. 

anteater, great, new species, P1496. 

batrachians and reptiles, catalog, 
B32. 

beetles, buprestid, leaf and twig 
mining, P2454; buprestid, new, 
P2968; checklist, B185; Eucnemi- 
didae, new species of, P3188. 

censers and incense, P1887. 

centipedes, P2402. 

corals, fossil, B103, pt. 9. 

craneflies, new, P2080. 

deer, Cariacus clavatus, P734. 

Diptera of family Dolichopodidae, 
P2755. 

Ficus, species of, CNH20, pt. 1. 

fishes, fresh-water, catalog, P92S; 
Oph'toscion, new Atlantic coast 
species, P3192. 

flatworms, new species, P3055. 

geology and paleontology, B103, pts. 
1-11. 

grasses, CNH24, pt. 9. 

helminth parasites from mammals, 
P2725. 

heron, new boat-billed, P493. 

insects, Apterygota, P2702; coleop- 
terous, checklist, B185; Hymenop- 
tera, Anteoninae, P2704. 

Lecythidaceae, CNH26, pt. 1. 

miliipeds, P2403. 

mollusks, land and fresh-water, 
P2638. 

mouse, Sitomys decolorus, P963. 

mussels, Anodonthes, P2889. 

onychophores, P3027. 

plants, new or noteworthy, CNH12, 
pt. 5; 13, pts. 4, 12; 18, pts. 2, 4, 
6; 20, pts. 3, 12; studies, CNH5, 
No. 3, No. 4 (1st art.) ; 8, pts. 1, 
4; 10, pt. 3; 12, pt. 7; 13, pt. 9. 

sedimentary formations of Panama, 
relation to geologic history, B103, 
pt, 11. 

Sapium, species of, CNH12, pt. 4. 

termites, new, P2441. 

Tonduzia, new genus of Apocyna- 
ceae, CNH12, pt. 2 (2d art.). 

Viburnum, species of, CNH26, pt. 7. 

Xenichthys xenurus, VlSl. 

(See also under Middle America.) 
Cephalochordata, leptocardians, note on, 

P307. 
Cephalopods. (See under Mollusks.) 
Ceramics, Japanese, P745. 

lacquerware, VVakasa, P74S. 

porcelains, Hippisley Chinese, with 
history of Chinese ceramic art, 
R1888, pt. 3, No. 2; R1900, pt. 2, 
No. 3. 

pottery, early West Virginia, R1899, 
pt. 2. No. 3. 



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205 



Ceremonia! objects. (See under Anthro- 
pology, religion.) 
Cestodes : 

Calyptrobothrtum from torpedo, 

Pi 529. 
Cittotaenia viosa'tca from rabbit, 

P1629. 
Crepidobothrium amphiumae from 

Amphiuma iridartylutn, P2926. 
Dinobothrium, anatomy, P2401. 
from African bustard, P1844. 
from Amphiuma tridactylum, P2926. 
from birds, B69; P893, 2656. 
from dogs and cats, P2253. 
from fishes, P1123, 1125, 1560, 2977, 

3112. 
from sharks, P2433, 2511, 3135. 
from skates, P2511. 
Moniezia and proposed reduction of 

species, F2754. 
parasites, new internal, P2603. 
Parutfr'tna from yellow-billed 

cuckoo, P2791. 
Proteocephalus punicus, note on, 

P1780. 
Rhabdometra from quail, P2791. 
Taenia balaniceps, parasite of dog 
and lynx, with note on Proteoce- 
phalus punicus, P1780. 
Taenia chamissonii, cysts, fmm por- 
poise, P1410. 
Taenia laticollis, rcdescrlption, 

P2980. 
tapeworms, adult, of hares and rab- 
bits, Pi 105; from carnivores, 
P2980; from quail and yellow- 
billed cuckoo, P2791 ; proliferafing 
larvae of from porcupine, F2561; 
Bclachian, anatomy of Dinoboth- 
rium, P2401. 
Cetaceans. (See under Mammals; also 

under Fossils, mammals.) 
Ceylon, reared parasitic hymenopterout 

insects, P1092. 
Chachalacas. (See under Birds.) 
Chaclacayo trephined skull, P531. 
Chaetognaths, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 1, 

pt. 4. 
Chalcid-flies. (See under Insects, Hy- 

menoptera.) 
Chalcocite, relation in copper ores, 

P183S. 
Chalcodite, Westfield, Mass., P2316. 
Chamberlin, Ralph Vary, P1242, 1270, 

2402, 2403, 2431, 2481. 
Chameleons. (See under Reptiles.) 
Champlain, Alfred B., and Boving, 

Adam Glede, P2323. 
Chandler, Asa Crawford, P2393, 2471, 
2553. 2777, 2792, 2866, 2939, 2977, 3135. 
Chanler, William Astor, east African 
collection, Coleoptera, P1094; Diplo- 
poda, P1042; Lcpidoptera, P1063, 1098; 
Odonata, P1047; reptiles and batra- 
chians, P970. 

711175—47—14 



Chapin, Edward Albert, P2456, 2526, 

2603, 2674, 3092. 
Chapman, Frank Michler, B117. 
Chapman, Wilbert McLeod, P3062. 
Characins. (See under Fishes.) 
Chars. (See under Fishes.) 
Chase, Agnes, CNH22, pt. 1 (3d and 4th 
arts.), pt. 4; 24, pt. 6; 28, pt. 1. 
(See also under Hitchcock and 
Chase.) 
Chatelaine, Heli, Myriapoda collected at 

Loanda, Africa, P968. 
Chats, palm. (See under Birds.) 
Chatterers. (See under Birds.) 
Chemistry: 

arsenic acid for protecting anatomi- 

cal preparations, P12. 
calcium sulphide (oldhamite) in A1- 

lepan meteorite. Pi 622. 
•ulphurous acid, action of on putre* 
factive bacteria, compared with 
that of dry heat, P218, 
water destructive to fishes, analysis, 

P20i. 
water from Gulf of Mexico, P222. 
Chemung formation, Dalmanellas and a 
new brachiopod genus, Thiemella, 
P1596. 
Chcrrie, George Kruck, P855, 879, 888. 
Chesapeake Bay, annelids, new, P2867. 
copepod crustaceans from, P2915. 
fishes, A poison pandionis, P211; 
notes on, P389. 
Chesapeake Group, outline of divisions, 

P2759. 
Chesnut, Victor Kine, CNH7, No. 3. 
Chess, R1896, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Chicago, study of museums and kindred 
institutions, R1903, pt. 2, No. 2; 
World's Columbian Exposition, system 
of classification, R1891, pt. 3, No. 8. 
Chigger mites. (See under Arachnids, 

mites.) 
Childs Frick Expedition, Ethiopia and 

Kenya Colony, birds, B153. 
Chile, annelid, new marine, P2536. 
beetles, Phytholaema, P3028. 
birds, observations on, B133. 
fishes collected by Albatross be- 
tween Tome and Montevideo, 
Uruguay, P2133. 
plover, new, P312. 
Chilopods. (See under Myriapods.) 
Chimaeras. (See under Fishes.) 
China, annelids, polychaetous, P2641, 
2984. 
amphibians in National Museum, 

P2562. 
birds, collected by National Geogra- 
phic Society's expenditinn, Chihii 
and Kansu, P2838; collected for 
National Geographic Society by 
Joseph R. Rock, Yunnan and Szech- 
wan. P2654, 2907. 
Cambrian faunas, P1415, 1458. 
carnivore, new, P1755. 



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China (continued). 

caves, Szechwan, P291(5. 
earthworms, collected by D. C. Gra- 
ham, S7echwan, P3040. 
fishes, collected by N. F. Drake, 
Ri^er Pei-Ho, Tien-Tsin, P1221; 
collected by P. L. Jouv, Shanghai 
and Hongkong, Pi433; Soochow, 
P2338; Valu River, P2228. 
flies, Calliphoridae, P2844; new 
parasitic species from beetles, 
P27S3. 
fossils, new species of Ordovician, 

P1549; upper Paleozoic, P1557. 
games with dice and dominoes, 

RI893, pt. 2, No. 2. 
Hippisley collection of porcelains, 
with sketch of history of ceramic 
art, R1888, pt. 3, No. 2; R1900, 
pt. 2, No. 3. 
insects, neuropteroid, Szechwan, 

P3079; Trichoptera, P2891. 
isopod, Ichthyoxenus i^efi, P2319. 
leaf-katydids, Xiplndiopsis, P3176. 
lizards, Gekko, P2944. 
loach, Misgurnus decemcirrosus, 

P1474. 
mammals, in National Museum, 

P2772. 
molluscan genus Tanaodon, new 

Middle Devonian, P2661. 
nematodes, parasitic, P2614. 
plants, collected by R. C. Ching, 

Kansu Province, CNH28, pt. 4. 
porpoise, finless, Neomer'ts phocae- 

no'ides, anatomy, P2662. 
reptiles, in National Museum, P2562. 
spiders, new, P2481. 
spleen wort, new, CNH12, pt. 9 (11th 

art.). 
Sponqilla, new species of, P1737. 
trematodes from dog, P2415. 
viper, green pit, Trimeresurus gra- 

mineus, P2715. 
wasp, psammocharid, new genus, 
P3119. 
China Sea, barnacles collected by Alba- 
tross, PI 904. 
birds of Tambelan Islands, P2262. 
hemiscylliid shark, new genus, 

P1997. _ 
new squirrel, Direction Island, 
P1686. 
Ching, R. C, plants collected by in 
southern Mongolia and Kansu Pro- 
vince, China, CNH28, pt. 4. 
Chinnook names of salmon, P244. 
Chitons. (See under Mollusks.) 
Chittenden, Frank Hurlbut, P1041, 2841. 
Chitwood, Benjamin Goodwin, P2919. 
Chlorites, California and Wyoming, 

P2342. 
Chlorophoenicite, Franklin, N. J., P2669. 
Choctawhatchee marl, mollusks, P2169. 
Chrittensen. Carl. CNH26, pt. 6. 



Chromites, meteoric, PI 628. 

Cinchona barks, in National Museum, 

P582. 
Cincinnati, Ohio Valley Centennial Ex- 
position, exhibits, graphic arts, C37; 
mammals, C41 ; Oriental antiquities, 
C39; prehistoric anthropology, C40; 
transportation and engineering, C38. 
Cincinnatian group, structural features 

of Homotrypa, P1323. 
Cirripedia. (See under Crustaceans, bar- 
nacles, rhizocephalans; also under 
Fossils, crustaceans. ) 
Ciscos. (See under Fishes.) 
Cladocerans. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Clarion Island, plants, P801. 
Clark, Alonzo Howard, B27, pt. K. 
Clark, Austin Hobart, Birds, P1S39, 1727, 
1735. 
Echinoderms, B82; 100, vol. 5. 
P1543, 1547, 1551, 1559, 1561, 1582, 
1585, 1607, 1608, 1612, 1613, 
1615, 1623, 1634, 1636, 1668, 
1673, 1685, 1691, 1693, 1697, 
1732, 1740, 1743, 1749, 1756, 
1793, 1795, 1798, 1808, 1845, 
1849, 1895, 1937, 2026, 2257, 
2905, 2982, 3056, 3061, 3098. 
Lepidoptera, B157. 

P1987, 2^83, 2934, 3013, 3118. 
Onychophores, P3027. 
Clark, Austin H., and Sandhouse, Grace 

Adelbert, P3005. 
Clark, Austin H., and Zetek, James, 

P3197. 
Clark, Howard Walton, and Everraann, 

Barton Warren, PI478. 
Clark, Hubert Lyman, B75; P1018, 1166, 

1724, 3054, 3099. 
Clark, Josephine Adelaide, CNHl, No. 

5 (4th art.). No. 7. 
Clarke, Charles Baron, CNHIO, pt. 6. 
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, R1886, pt 

3, No. 1; C26. 
Clarke, F. W., and Merrill, George 

Perkins, P696. 
Clarke, John Frederick Gates, P3107, 

3123, 3149, 3162. 
Clarke, Samuel Fessenden, P1343. 
Clavs, gouge, from precious metal veins, 

P2461. 
Clingfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Cloth fragment, from mound in Ohio, 

P347. 
Coal. (See under Mineral industries.) 
Coast Indians of Alaska. (See under An- 
thropology, Indians.) 
Cochran, Doris Mable, B177; P2421, 

2543, 2834. 
Cockerell, Theodore Dru Alison, fossils, 
P1955, 2000, 2119, 2146, 2181, 2210, 
2237, 2313, 2355, 2358, 2475, 2503, 
2556, 2602, 2606. 
Homoptera, B391; P1026. 



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CocKERBLL (continued). 

Hymenoptera, P1674, 1717, 1745, 

1806, 1818, 1852, 1897, 1932, 2010, 

2045, 2264, 2413, 2476, 2607, 2684. 

mollusks, P1238. 

plants, P1122. 

Cockerell, T. D. A., and Andrews, 

Hazel, P2141. 
Cockerell, T. D. A., and Robbins, Wil- 
fred William, P1671. 
Cockerell, T. D. A., and Sandhouse, 

Grace, P2380. 
Cockerell, T. D. A., and Viereck, Henry 

L., P2064. 
Cockerell, VV. P., Hymenoptera collected 

in Guatemala, P2061, 
Cockroaches. (See Insects, Orthoptera; 

also under Fossils, insects.) 
Cocos Island, plants, CNHl, No. 5 (2d 

art.— 1). 
Cod. (See under Fishes.) 
Coelenterates, Labrador and Newfound- 
land, P1706. 
(See also under Anthozoans, Corals, 
Ctenophores, Hydrozoans, Medu- 
sae, Polyps, Sea anemones.) 
Cogniaux, Alfred, CNH3, No. 9 (Sth 

art.). 
Coker, Robert Ervin, P2298. 

barnacles collected by in Peru, P1700. 
Cold Bav, Alaska, pallasite, P2425. 
Cole, Frank Raymond, P2450. 
Cole, F. R.; Van Duzee, Millard Carr; 

and Aldrich, John Merton, B116. 
Cole, William Storrs, and Vaughan, 

Thomas Wayland, P2996. 
Coleoptera. (See under Insects; also 

under Fossils, insects.) 
Collembola. (See under Insects.) 
Collins, Frank S., B39b. 
Collins, Guy N, CNH12, pt. 10 (4th 

art.). 
Collins, G. N, and Cook, Orator Fuller. 

CNH8, pt. 2; P837. 
Collins, Henry Bascom, Jr., P2898. 
Collins, Joseph William, B27, pt. I. 
Colombia, crocodilian, fossil, P3122. 

Crustacea collected at Santa Marta 

by Walker Expedition, P2123. 
fishes collected by Albatross, P770. 
hummingbirds, catalog, P1258. 
palms, stilt, new genera of, with 
review of family Irarteaceae, 
CNH16, pt. 6. 
plants, new or noteworthy, CNH12, 
pt. 5; 13, pts. 4, 12; 18, pts. 2, 4, 
6; 20, pts. 3, 12; Tertiary, P279S. 
Raimondia, new genus of Annona- 
ceae, CNH16, pt. 5 (6th art.). 
Colorado, beetles, Florissant, P2189. 
bird, Florissant. P2215. 
Coleoptera, Florissant, P1982. 
Entomostraca, altitudinal distribu- 
tion, P2226; new species, with 
notes on others, P2096; Shaotz 



Colorado, Entomostraca (continued). 

collections, Pikes Peak region, 
P2531. 
fosvils. Cretaceous, P207. 
geology, petrography, mineralogy, 
Italian Mountain, Gunnison Coun- 
ty, P2690. 
insects. Eocene, P2358; Florissant, 

P1955, 2000, 2210. 
invertebrates, Cretaceous, P1611; 
new Mesozoic and Cenozoic, P137. 
moths, larvae, P1290. 
Orthoptera, notes on, P1333. 
plant and insect fossils, Green River 

Eocene, P2556. 
plants, Florissant, P21S1 ; new, 

CNHl, No. 8 (4th art.). 
rossite and metarossite, new vana- 
dates, P2707. 
trout, yellow-finned. Twin Lakes, 

P780. 
worm, new discodrilid, P1912. 
Colorado Basin, Ariz., fishes, P1131. 
Colorado Desert, fossil fresh-water shells, 
distribution, environment, and varia- 
tion, P1256. 
Columbia River, Chinnook names of sal- 
mon, P244. 
pit-house village site, Wahluke, 

Grant County, Wash., P2732. 
Salmcnidae, notes on, P196. 
Columbia River region, Leiber^ia, new 
genus of Umbelliferae, CNH3, No. 9 
(4th art.). 
Columbian Institute for Promotion of 

Arts and Sciences, history of, BlOl. 
Comanche series, Trinity division, Tex, 

plants, P934. 
Comatulids. (See Echinoderms.) 
Commander Islands, birds, P345, 614. 
cetaceans, new, P344. 
cormorant, Pallas's, P765, 1095. 
Entomostraca collected by L. Stcjne- 

ger, P621. 
fishes collected by N. A. Grebnitski 

and L. Stejneger, P1106. 
grass, Alopecurus stejnegeri, P620. 
medusae, Haliclystus stejnegeri, 

P1188. 
Mesoplodon stejnegeri collected by 

L. Stejneger, P540. 
MoUusca, P442, 562. 
ornithological explorations, B29. 
plants, P462, 463, 620. 
sea-cow, Steller's, extermination, 
P421. 
Compere, Harold, P2850. 
Conchostraca. (See under Fossils, crusta- 
ceans.) 
Congo, diplopod Myriapoda, Oxydesmus, 

P1036. 
Congo Free State, new species of blind- 
snakes (Typhlopidae), P969. 
Conodonts. (See under Fossils.) 
Connecticut, Long Hill In Trumbull, 

minerals from tungsten mine, P2348. 
Cook, Caleb, P9. 



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Cook, Orator Fuller, myriapods, P968, 

1036-1039, 1042. 1137, 1154, 1169, 

1170, 1810, 1831, 1842. 

plants, CNH7, No. 2; IJ, pt. 5; 14, 

pt. 2; 16, pts. 8, 11 ; 17, pt. 8. 

Cook, O. F., and Collins, G. N, CNH8, 

pt. 2; P837. 
Cook, O. F., and Doyle, Conrad Bartling, 

CNH16, pt. 6. 
Cook, O. F., and Loomis, Harold Fred- 
erick. P2714. 
Cooke, Charles Wythe, P2731. 
Cooke, C. Wythe, and Henderson, Ed- 
ward Porter, P3143. 
Cooke, George Henry, R1897, pt. 2, No. 

4. 
Cooper, James Graham, P85. 
Coots. (See under Birds.) 
Cope, Edward Drinker, R1898, pt. 2; 
Bl, 17, 32, 34; P615, 645, 689, 715, 
727, 728, 729, 769, 866, 882. 
Copepods. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Copper. (See under Anthropology, 

Metallography, Mineralogy.) 

Copper Island, fishes collected by N. A. 

Grebnitski and L. Stejneger, Pi 106; 

plants collected by L. Stejneger, P462. 

Coquillett, Daniel William, P1073, 1146, 

1198, 1225, 1227, 1243, 1280, 1719. 
Corals: 

Africa, French Somaliland, P1526. 
Brazil, P1477. 

Coenocyatlius, new, California, P1477. 
fossil. Central America, Cuba, and 
Puerto Rico, and American Ter- 
tiary, Pleistocene, and recent coral 
reefs, B103, pt. 9. 
FuTtgia concinna and F. granulosa, 

P1473. 
Madrepora in National Museum, 

P604. 
Madreporaria, Recent, Hawaiian Is- 
lands and Laysan, B59. 
Madreporaria Fungida, review, 

P1401. 
Synaraea in National Museum, P635. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Cormorants. (See under Birds.) 
Corrodentia. (Sec under Insects.) 
Corundophilite, Chester, Mass., P2342. 
Costa Rica, amphipods, P1341, 1490, 1609. 
annelid, Pliyllodoce, P2757. 
batrachians, P1857. 
beetle (s), buprestid, P2803 ; golden, 

new species of, P1040. 
birds, collected by C. C. Nntttng, 
P30S; from northern Guanacaste, 
P3179; Gulf of Nicoya, Hacienda 
"La Palma," P295; new forms, 
P39, 392, 477, 750, 855; mtes on, 
P235, 499, 869, 879, 956; Rio Frio, 
P947. 
Coiinga, new species, P599. 
crabs, fresh-water, P1071. 
crickets, new species, P14S9. 



Costa Rica (continued). 

Cyperaceae, CNHlO, pt. 6. 
Echini, fossil, B103, pt. 5; P2218. 
flies, Tipulidae, P2420. 
flycatcher, new, P888. 
isopods, P1775, 1954. 
katydids, new species, P14S9. 
Lecythidaceae, CNH12, pt. 2 (lit 
^ art.). 

lizard, new gcrrhonotine. Pi 542. 
mice, supposed new species, with 
remarks on Hesperomyt melano- 
phrys. P850. 
millipeds, new genera and species, 

P1810. 
mosses collected by P. C. Standley, 

CNH26, pt. 3. 
Orchestoidea bioUeyi, PI 609. 
Piperaceae, CNH26, pt. 4. 
plants. Tertiary, P2367. 
Porzana, new species, P611. 
shells from kitchen midden, Pll. 
Thalasiophryne dowi, Punta Arenas, 

P639. 
tree toad, P1471. 

whippoorwiil, new species, P867. 
Cotton. (See under Plants; Textiles.) 
Cotton, Richard Thomas, P2S42. 
Cotton States International Exposition. 

(See under Atlanta, Ga.). 
Coues, Elliott, PlOl. 
Coues, Elliott, and Kidder, Jerome Henry, 

B3. 
Coues, Elliott, and Prentiss, Daniel Web- 
ster, B26. 
Coulter, John Merle, CNHl, No. 2; 2, 

Nos. 1-3; 3, No9. 2, 7. 
Coulter, John M., and Rose, Joseph Nel- 
son, CNH3, No. 5 (1st art.), No. 9 (4th 
art.) ; 5, No. 4 (3d art.); 7, No. 1; 
12, pt. 10 (3d art.). 
Coutiere, Henri, P1659, 1716. 
Coville, Frederick Vernon, R1892, pt. 2, 
No. 3; B39j; CNH3, No. 6, No. 9 
(2d art.) ; 4; 5, Nos. 1, 2. 
Cowbirds. (See under Birds.) 
Coyotes. (See under Mammals.) 
Cozumel Island, Yucatan, birds collected 
by Albatross, P539; new hawk from, 
P494. 
Crabeater. (See under Fishes.) 
Crabs. (See under Crustaceans; also 

under Fossils, crustaceans.) 
Cradles, of American aborigines, R1887, 

pt. 3, No. 1. 
Cram, Eloise Blaine, B140; P2616. 
Cramer, Frank, and Gilbert, Charles 

Henry, Pi 114. 
Cranes. (See under Birds.) 
Crania. (See under Anthropology; also 

under Heads.) 
Crawford, David Livingston, B8S. 
Crawford, James Chamberlain, P1730, 
1733, 1786, 1804, 1830, 1855, 1880, 1927, 
1979, 1984, 2029, 2041, 2048, 2087. 
Crayfishes. (See under Crustaceans.) 



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209 



Crecdite, crystallography, and chemical 

composition, P2376. 
Creepers. (See under Birds.) 
Creodont. (See under Fossils, mammals.) 
Cresson, Ezra Tovvnsend, BIS. 
Cretaceous, Upper and Lower. (See 

under Fossils.) 
Crickets. (See under Insects, Orthoptera.) 
Crinoids. (See under Echinoderms; also 

under Fossils, echinoderms.) 
Crocodiles. (See under Fossils, reptiles.) 
Crocodilians. (See under Reptiles; also 

under Fossils, reptiles.) 
Cross, Whitman, and Shannon, Earl Vic- 
tor, P2690. 
Crows. (See under Birds.) 
Crumb, Samuel Ebb, P2617. 
Crustaceans: 

Acanthoniscus spiniger redescribcd, 

P1678. 
Acanthonotozomatidae, new species, 

California, P2861. 
Aega, Atlantic coast United States, 

P1841. 
Ae!ila, South American, P3132. 
Africa, P949, 980, 1199. 
Alabama, P3129. 
Alaska, P459, 1591. 
Albatross collections. (See under Al- 
batross.) 
Albunea, use of antennulae, P1367. 
Albuneidae, Pacific, P1367. 
Aldabra Island, P973. 
Alonopsis, American, P1940. 
Alpheidae, Dry Tortugas, Fla., 

P1716. 

amphipods, Albatross, west coast of 

North America collection, P1654. 

ampeliscid, Newfoundland, Nova 

Scotia, and New Brunswick, 

P2888. 

Batetdae in National Museum, 

P2b26. 
California, P2861. 
Costa Rican, P1341, 1490. 
fresh-water, North American, 

P1507. 
Gulf of Mexico, P1S94, 1936. 
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and 

New Brunswick, P2827, 2888. 
Newport, R. I., P1084. 
Peruvian, P1767, 1768. 
Pribilof Islands, P1998. 
sand fleas, Rhode Island, P1084. 
Virginia, P1746. 
Ancinus depressus, P1663. 
Anilocra, Atlantic coast of North 

America, P1779. 
Anomura, New England, P343. 
Antillean region, P986. 
Apseudes, Ecuador, P1918; Galapa- 
gos Islands, P1926. 
Arctic America, Howgate Polar Ex- 
pedition, Bis. 
Argentina, Rio de la Plata, P1811. 



Crustaceans (continued). 

Argulidae, development^ P1531; 

North America, Pi 302. 
Argulus. P1368, 3087. 
AselloiJea, Atlantic coast of North 

America, P1633. 
Assumption Island, P173. 
Astacidae, PS2S, 785, 1136. 
Ateiecyclidae, American, B1S2. 
barnacles. Gulf of California, 
P3I66. 

in National Museum, B60. 

pedunculate, north Pacific, P3081. 

Peruvian, P1700. 

Philippine and China Sea, Alba- 
tross collection, P1904. 

San Juan Islands, Wash., P2362. 

sessile, American, B93. 
Bateidae in National Museum, 

P2626. 
Boeckella, synopsis of species, P2498. 
brachyurans, collected by Albatross, 

from Virginia to California, 

P1162; New England, P343. 
Brant hine eta, Washington, P3025. 
Briarosaccus callosus, P2804. 
calanoid, exclusive of Diaptomidae, 

F2959. 
California, P1400, 1670, 2861, 2992. 
Caligidae, North American, P1404; 

Caliginae, new North American, 

P1580; Pandarinae and Cecropi- 

nae, revision, P1573; Trebinae 

and Euryphorinae, P1S04. 
CaUinectes. Pi 070. 
Cambarus, Florida, P3097._ 
Cambarus peltucidus testii, Indiana, 

P935. 
Canada, P2673. 
Cancridae, American, B152. 
Cassidinidea, Mexican, P1886. 
Cecropinae, revision, Pi 573. 
Centropagidae, fresh-water, key to 

genera, P2498. 
Chelura terebrans destructive to 

submarine structures, P83. 
Chesapeake Bay, P291S. 
China, isopods, P2319. 
China Sea, Pi 904. 
Chondracanthus, P572. 
cladocerans, New England, P1758, 

1848. 
Clausidium, North American, P2377. 
Cleantis, Japanese, P1883. 
Colombia, collected bv Walker Ex- 
pedition at Santa Marta, P2123. 
Colorado, P2226, 2531. 
Commander Islands, Bering Island, 

P621. 
copepods, Argulidae, P1302. 

Caligidae, P14 04; Caliginae, 
P1580; Pandarinae and Cerco- 
pinae, P1573; Trebinae and 
Euryphorinae, Pi 504. 

Chesapeake Bay, P291S. 

Clausidium, P2377. 



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Crustaceans, copepods (continued). 

Diaptomus, distribution and key, 

P278S. 
Dichelesthiidae, P2400. 
Ergasilidae, North American, 

P1788. 
Florida, Diaptomus jloridanus, 

P2659. 
fresh-water, in National Museum, 

PI901. 
harpacticoid, from marsh crab, 

P3110. 
Harpacticoida, P17S8. 
Honduras, P228S. 
Lernaeidae, North American, 

P2194. 
Leinaeopodidae, P1783, 2063. 
Moraria, Canadian, P2673. 
Pandartis and Chondr acanthus, 

P572. 
parasites of fishes, P1560, 1652. 
parasitic, in National Museum, 

P1900, 3177; new, P1805, 2274, 

2354, 2507. 
Senecella calanoides, P2541. 
Siphonostoma, in National Mu- 
seum, P454. 
Sphyriidae, P2286. 
Trebius, Perissopus, and Lernan- 

thropus, P664. 
Woods Hole region, Mass., B158; 

P2739. 
Costa Rica, P1071, 1341, 1490, 1609, 

1775, 1954. 
crabs, African, new, P980. 
Albatross collections. (See under 

Albatross.) 
Antillean, P986. 
brachyrhynchous, American, 

P2047. 
cancroid, American, B152. 
corystoid, Telmessus and Er'ima' 

crus, P900. 
Costa Rican, new, P1071. 
fresh-water, new, American, P959. 
Gonepiacidae, Philippine, P2067. 
Grapsidae andOcypodidae, P2030, 

2044. 
Grapsidae larvae, P2523. 
prapsoid, American, B97. 
Hawaiian, P1309. 
hermit, Eupagurus, in National 

Museum, P887; pagurids, West 

Indian region, P1236; Pagurus 

bernhardus type, PI 21 6. 
Inachidae and Parthenopidae, 

Philippine, P2135. 
Inachidae in National Museum, 

P984. 
Indian Ocean, western, new, P979. 
land, crustacean parasites of West 

Indian, P1950. 
Lithodidae, P1016. 
Maiidae, in National Museum, 

P927. 
marsh, copepod from gills, P3110. 
Ocypodidae, P1971, 2030, 2044. 



Crustaceans, crabs (continued). 

Osachila, P2138. 

oxystomatous and allied, Amer- 
ican, B166. 

Periceridae, catalog, P901. 
Philippine, P2044, 2067, 2135. 

Pinnntheridae, larvae, P2497. 

Pseudnthelphusinae, Pi 158. 

spider, American, B129; new, 
P2504. 

West Indian, new. Pi 104. 

Xanthidae, larvae, P257S. 
crayfishes, Alabama caves, P3129. 

Astacidae, P525, 785, 1136. 

Cambarus, new. Pi 187, 3097. 

Cambnrus pellucidus testi't, Indi- 
ana, P935. 
Cuba, P1295, 1316. 
Cubaris, Panama, new, P1911. 
cumaceans, California, P2992; in Na- 
tional Museum, P1876. 
Cyprididae, revision of subfamilies 

and genera, P1347. 
Dajidae, new isopod genus of, 

P1618; Northwest Pacific, P1586. 
decapod, Africa, west. Pi 199; North 

America, west coast, new, P1272; 

sperm transfer in, P1791 ; United 

States, east coast, P455. (See also 

under Fossils, crustaceans.) 
Diaptomus, distribution and key, 

P2785. 
Diaptomus floridanus, Florida, 

P2659. 
Diaptomus virginiensis and D. iji' 

rein, P21I7. 
Dichelesthiidae, P2400. 
Ecuador, P1918. 
entomnstracans, Alonopsis, P1940; 

Bering Sea, P621 ; Colorado, 

P2096, 2226, 2531. (See also under 

Crustaceans: Barnacles, Cladoce- 

rans, Copepods, Ostracods, Phyl- 

lopods, Rhizocephalans.) 
Ergasilidae, P1788. 
Erimacrus, corystoid crabs, P900. 
Eryontidae, new species of If^ille- 

moesta group, P99. 
Europhiidae in National Museum, 

P1480. 
Eupagurus, in National Museum, 

P887. 
euphausiaceans, Atlantic, western, 

P2634; in National Museum, 

P2065; Philippine, P2129. 
Euryalidae, American, B152. 
Eurycope, Marthas Vineyard, P1S98. 
Euryphorinae, P1504. 
Eurystheus tenuicornis, notes on, 

P2861. 
exhibit sent to International Fisheries 

Exhibition at London, B27, pt. B. 
fairy shrimp, Washington, P3025. 
Fanning Islands, B7. 
Florida, P2659, 3057, 3097; Dry 

Tortugas, P1716, 2924. 



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Crustaceans (continued). 

Galapagos Islands, P1926. 
Galatheidae, marine species, P1311. 
Glorioso Island, P973. 
Gnathiidae, Atlantic coast of North 

America, F1653. 
Gonepiacidae, new, Philippine, 

P2067. 
Grapsidae, new, P2030, 2044. 
Grapsidae larvae, P2523. 
Guatemala, P1535, 1718. 
Gulf of California, P3166. 
Gulf of Mexico, P1594, 1936. 
Harpacticoida, synopsis of genera, 

P1758. 
Hawaiian Islands, B7; P933, 1309, 

1770. 
Homarus, new crustacean allied to, 

P506. 
Honduras, P2285. 
Ichthyoxenus, discussion of, P1995. 
Ichthyoxenus geei, China, P2319. 
Idotea, Hakodate Bay, Japan, P1189. 
Idotheidae, Argentina, new, P1811. 
Inachidae, P984, 2135. 
Indian Ocean, western, P979. 
Indiana, P935, 1294. 
isopods, Acantltoniscus spinig$r re- 
described, P1678. 

Albatross northwest Pacific collec- 
tion, P1701. 

Ancinus depressus, P1663. 

A pseud fs, P1918, 1926. 

Aselloidea, Atlantic coast of North 
America, P1633. 

California, P1670. 

Cassldiiiidea, Mexican, P1886. 

Cleantis, Japanese, P1883. 

Costa Rican, Pi 775, 1954. 

Cubans, Panama, new, P1911. 

Dajidae, P1586, 1618. 

Eurycope, Marthas Vineyard, 
P1598. 

Florida, P2924. 

Gnathiidae, Atlantic coast of 
North America, P1653. 

Guatemalan, P1S35, 1718. 

Hawaiian, P1770. 

Ichthyoxenus, discussion of, P199S. 

Ichthyoxenus geei, China, P2319. 

Idotheidae, Argentina, P1811. 

Jaeropsis, Patagonia, P1675. 

Jamaican, P1894. 

Japanese, P1995. 

Java, P2419. 

Leidya distort a, on new host, 
P1S93. 

Livoneca, Panama, new, P14S0, 
1891. 

Mancasellus, Indiana, Pi 294. 

Al un no pits, Galapagos Islands, 
Pi 926. 

natural history, contributions to, 
P1350, 1369. 

New England, P75, 



Crustaceans, isopods (continued). 

North America, Atlantic coast, 
key, Pi 222; eastern coast, 
P3067; monograph, B54; Pacific 
roast, key, F1175. 

North Carolina, P2165. 

A'otaseltus, Patagonia, P1720. 

Palaegyge, Panama, P1914. 

parasites of fishes, Bermuda, 
PI 560; Pacific coast, P1652. 

Peruvian, P1729. 

Probopyrus, Panama, P1914. 

Pseudarmadillo, Cuba, P1295. 

Pterisopodidae and other new 
forms, P2253. 

Sphaeromidae, P1479. 

subterranean, new, PI 176. 

terrestrial, in National Museum, 
P2713. 
Jaeropsis, Patagonia, new, P1675. 
Jamaica, P1894. 

Janiridae, northwest Pacific, P1843. 
Japan, P1189, 1307, 1883, 1995. 
Java, P2419. 

Kentucky, Mammoth Cave, P1285. 
Kerguelen Island, B3. 
Labrador, P374, 375, 1589. 
Leidya distorta on new host, PI 593. 
Lepidopa, revision, P1337; use of 

antennulae, P1367. 
Lernaeidae, P2194. 
Lernaeopodidae, P1783, 2063. 
Lernunthropus, new species of, P664. 
Lithodes agassizii, rhizocephalan 

parasite of, P2804. 
Lithodes brevipes, notes on young, 

P1016. 
Lithodes camtschaticus, P1016. 
Lithodidae, new, P1016. 
Livoneca, Panama, new, P1430, 1891. 
Lophogastridae in National Museum, 

P1480. 
Lower California, B7. 
Maiidae, catalog, P927. 
Mancasellus, Indiana, P1294. 
Massachusetts, B158; P1S98, 1758, 

2739. 
Mexico, PI 886, 3138. 
Moraria, Canadian, new, P2673. 
Munnopsis, Galapagos Islands, 

Pi 926. 
Mysidacea, western Atlantic, P2634. 
Nephrops, new crustacean allied to, 

P506. 
New England, P75, 172, 343, 1848. 
Newfoundland, P1589. 
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and 

New Brunswick, P2827, 2888. 
New Mexico, Pi 128. 
North Carolina, P2165. 
Notasellus, Patagonia, Pi 720. 
Ocypodidae, P1971, 2030, 2044. 
Orchestoidea biolleyi, Costa Rica, 

P1609, 
Osachila, eastern coast North Amer- 
ica, P2138. 



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Crustaceans (continued). 

ostracods, fresh-water, with revisioo 
of Cyprididae, P1347; in National 
Museum, P1651, 1750. 
Pagurus bernhardus, hermit crabs of 

the type, P12I6. 
Paiaeayge, Panama, new, P1914. 
Panama, P1430, 1891, 1911, 1914. 
Pandarinae, revision, P1S73. 
Pandarus, P572. 
Panopeus, P858. 

parasitic, new genera and species, 
P2832; on West Indian fishes and 
land crabs, P19S0. 
Parthenopidae, Philippine, P2135. 
Patagonia, P1675, 1720. 
Penaeidae, P507. 
Periceridae, in National Museum, 

P901. 
Pertssopus, new species, P664. 
Peru, P1700, 1729, 1767, 1768. 
Peru and adjacent coast, P1766. 
Philippine Islands, P1904, 2044, 

2067, 2129. 2135. 
Phronimidae, North Pacific, P258. 
phyllopods, southwestern shortgrass 

prairies (U.S.), P2136. 
Pinnotheridae, larvae, P2497. 
Portunidae, American, B152. 
Pribilof Islands, P1998. 
Probopyrus, Panama, new, P1914. 
Pseudarmaditlo, new, Cuba, P1295. 
Pseudoboeckella, synopsis of species, 

P2498. 
Pseudothelphusinae, American, 

P1158. 
Pterisopodidae and other new forms, 

P2253. 
rhizocephalan, Briarosaccus callo- 

sus, P2804. 
Rhode Island, Newport, P1084. 
Sacculinidae, West Indian, P2726. 
sand fleas (amphipods), Rhode Is- 
land, P1084. 
schizopods, Alaskan, P1S91; Lopho- 
gastrldae and Eucophiidae, P1480. 
SeneceUa calanoides, fresh-water 

copepod, P2S41. 
■hrimps, snapping, Alpheidae, Flor- 
ida, P1716; Synalpheus. P1659. 
Siphonostoma, American, P454. 
South America,^ P1929, 3132. 
sperm transfer in decapods, P1791. 
Sphaeromidae, new, P1479. 
Sphyriidae, copepods belonging to, 

P2286. 
Spilaeroma, New Mexico, Pi 128. 
•talk-eyed, Japanese, PI 307; Peru 

and adjacent coast, P1766. 
stomaiopods, P1017, 3138. 
Synalpheus, P1659. 
Tanaidae, California, P1400. 
Tanais, California, P1400. 
Telinessus, corystoid crabs, P900. 
Tennessee, Nickajack Cave, P1292. 
Texas, San Marcos, P1087. 
Trebinae, P1504. 



Crustaceans (continued). 

Trehius, new species of, P664. 

Venezuela, Lake Valencia, P2381. 

Virginia, P1746. 

voices of, P6. 

Washington, P302S ; San Juan Is- 
lands, P2362. 

West Indies, PI 104, 1236, 1950, 2726, 

Willemoesia group, P99. 

Xanthidae, American, B152; larvae, 
P2S75. 

(See also under Fossils.) 
Ctenophores, Philippine, BlOO, vol. I, 

pt. 5. 
Cuba, amphibians collected for Museum, 
P2205. 

bats collected by William Palmer, 
P1359. 

birds collected by Parish-Smith- 
sonian Expedition, P2925. 

corals, fossil, B103, pt. 9. 

crustaceans, P1316. 

fishes, Havana, P414, 551. 

grasses, catalog, CNH12, pt. 6. 

haifbeak, Hetniramphus balao, 

Tim. 

isopod, Pseudarmadillo, P1295. 
mollusks, Annulariidae exclusive of 
Chondropominae, P3096; Cama- 
guey and Santa Clara Provinces, 
P2369; Chondropominae, P3039; 
Orthaulax, Tertiary, P249I; Ver- 
t'lgo cubana, P790. 
Myriapoda, P720. 
Pemplieris poeyi, P516. 
reptiles collected for Museum, TZZQS. 
toad, new, P1406. 
Cuckoos. (See under Birds.) 
Culin, Stewart, R1893, pt. 2, No. 2; 
1894, pt. 2, No. 2; 1896, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Cumaceans. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Cumberland Cave deposit. (See under 

Fossils, Maryland.) 
Cumberland Gulf, fishes, BlS. 
Cumberland Sound, algae, Eskimos, 
lichens of Annanactook Harbor, Mam- 
malia, mollusks, plants, BIS. 
Cumberland Valley of Kentucky and 

Tennessee, dragonflies, P1928. 
Curassows. (See under Birds.) 
Curran, H. M., spermatophytes collected 
in South America, CNH20, pt. 7 (2d 
art.). 
Currie, Bertha Pauline, P2199. 
Currie, Rolla Patteson, P1204._ 

Arachnida collected by in British 

Columbia, P2143. 
birds collected by in Liberia, P1182. 
Curtiss, A. H., fishes collected by in SL 

Johns River, Fla., P105. 
Cushman, Joseph Augustine, B71 ; 100, 
vol. 1, pt. 6; vol, 4; B103, pts. 3, 
4; B104, 161. 
P1589, 1676, 1759, 1898, 1973, 2172, 
2290, 2302, 2308, 2360, 2567, 2597, 
2665, 2716. 



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Cushman, J, A., and Jarvis, P. W., P2914. 
Ciishman, J. A., and Kellett, Betty, 

P2796. 
Cushman, J. A., and Ozawa, Yoshiaki, 

P2829. 
Cushman, J. A., and Parker, Frances 

Lawrence, P2903. 
Cushman, J. A., and Wickenden, Robert 

Thomas Daubignv, P2780. 
Cushman, Robert Asa, P2085, 2216, 2219, 

2284, 2296, 2326, 2334, 2340, 2399, 

2416, 2429, 2494, 25 10, 2S9S, 2709, 

2761, 2822, 2826, 2857, 2880, 295S, 

2999, 3017, 3083, 3088, 3150, 3193. 
Cushman, R. A., and Rohwer, Sievert 

Allen, P2315. 2320. 
Cuvier and Valenciennes, typical fishes 

described by, P593. 
Cuvier's "Regne Animal," genera of 

first edition, Pi 346. 



Dakota formation, invertebrate fauna, 

P995. 
Dall, William Healey, R1897, vol. 2. 
Brachiopods, B8, 37; P773, 1032, 

2314. 
Diptera, P331. 

Fossil fauna, [B53, pt. 1, sect, l], 

B90; P2, 8, 14, 946, 1035, 1177, 

2023, 2162. 

Invertebrates, B14, pt. 2. 

Moilusks, B3, 15, 37, 39g, 112; Pi, 

11, 18, 48, 228, 246, 384, 442, 460. 

519, 521, 561, 562, 571, 710, 773, 

790, 849, 898, 958, 988, 1032-1034, 

nil, 1177, 1185, 1210, 1214, 1237, 

1264, 1312, 1342, 1425, 1565, 1610. 

1642, 1704, 1736, 1741, 2002, 2079, 

2116. 2124, 2166, 2183, 2217, 2234, 

2238, 2283, 2288, 2295, 2478, 2554, 

2667, 2668. 

Dall, W. H., and Bartsch, Paul, B68; 

P1452, 1574, 1820. 
Dall, W. H., and Guppy, Robert John 

Lechmere, Pi 110. 
Dall, W. H., and Orcutt, Charles Rus- 
sell, P536. 
Datolite. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Davenport, Charles Benedict, P1355. 
Dean, Bashford, fishes collected on Ne- 

gros, Philippine Islands, P1407. 
Death Valley Expedition, botany of, 

CNH4. 
de Boo3', Theodoor, bones of birds col- 
lected bv from kitchen midden deposits 
in St. Thomas and St. Croix, P2245; 
mammals and reptiles collected by in 
Virgin Islands, P2244. 
Decapods. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Deer. (See under Mammals.) 
Deformation, artificial, cf children, 

R1887, pt. 3, No. 2. 
DeGant, Frank Dean, P2952. 
Dcignan, Herbert Girton, B186, 
DeKay, Charles, RI889, pt. 3, No. 8. 
de I>aubenfcls, Max Walker, P2927, 299S. 



Densmore, Frances, B136. 
Dermaptera. (See under Insects.) 
Designs. (See under Anthropology.) 
Devonian. (See under Fossils.) 
Dewey, Frederic Perkins, B42; C31; 

P687. 
Diabantite, Westfield, Mass., P2316. 
Diabase, Mesozoic, of Atlantic border, 

composition, P205. 
Diatoms. (See under Plants.) 
Dice, Chinese, R1893, pt. 2, No. 2. 
Dickcissel. (See under Birds.) 
Dickerson, Mary Cynthia, and Jordan, 

David Starr, P1S92, 1602, 1625. 
Dikmans, Gerard, P2872, 2884, 2897. 
Dimmock, George, Tachinidae reared 

by, P2920. 
Dinosaurs. (See under Fossils, Reptiles.) 
Diplopods. (See under Myriapods.) 
Dippers. (See under Birds.) 
Diptera. (See under Insects.) 
Direction Island, South China Sea, new 

squirrel. Pi 686. 
Disko Bay, fishes, BIS. 
Disko Island, Greenland, plants, BIS. 
Dismal Swamp region, botanical survey 

of, CNH5, No. 6. 
District of Columbia, avifauna, B26. 
beetles, P1275. 
butterflies, B157. 
crystalline schists, P363. 
dickcissel, Spiza americana, disap- 
pearance, P806. 
Di[)tera, Tipuloidea, P2344. 
flora, B22; CNH2L 
GIvphipterygidae, new pest of Al- 

hizzia, P3162. 
Lonchaeidae, Pallopteridae, and Sap- 

romyzidae, P2525. 
mineralogy and lithology, PS23. 
Miridae, P2784. 
mussels, fresh-water, anatomy of, 

P2782. 
Paleolithic period, P777. 
plants, revision of Bulletin 22, C46. 
prochlorite from, P410. 
Rotatoria, P2032. 
stone implements, P810. 
Tropidonotus, new species of, P61S. 
Divination, implements, R1896, pt. 2, 

No. 3. 
Dobzhansky, Theodosius, P2904. 
Dodds, Gideon Stanhope, P2096, 2226, 

2531. 
Doering, George E., P582. 
Dogs. (See under Mammals; also under 

Fossils, mammals.) 
Dolphins. (See under Fishes; also under 

Mammals.) 
Dominica, birds, collected by F. A. Ober, 
P19; Turdidae, new species of, P103; 
parrot, new species of Chrysotis, P142. 
Dominican Republic, archeological and 
historical investigations at Sam- 
ana, B147. 



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Dominican Republic (contlaued). 
birds, B1S5; P2966. 
insects of Yale Expedition, P2048, 

2056. 2058, 2269. 
plants, Tertiary, P2363. 
pottery, aboriginal Indian, B156. 
Dominoes, Chinese, R1893, pt. 2, No, 2. 
Donaldson, Thomas, R1885, pt. 5. 
Dooliltle, Alfred Abel, P1848, 1940. 
Dovts. (See under Birds.) 
Dow, John M., fishes from Panama, 

P292. 
Doyle, Conrad Bartling, and Cook, Ora- 
tor Fuller, CNH16, pt. 6. 
Dragonets. (See under Fishes.) 
Dragonflies. (See under Insects, Odo- 

nata; also under Fossils, insects.) 
Drake, Noah Fields, fishes collected in 

China, P1221. 
Dresel, Herman George, P431, 464. 
Dresel, H. G., and Bean, Tarleton Hoff- 
man, P418. 
Drilling, primitive methods, R1894, pt. 

2, No. 5. 
Drugs. (See under Medicine.) 
Drum, Naskopie Indians, Hudson Bay 

Territory, P736. 
Dry preparations, Semper's method, P220. 
Ducks. (See under Birds.) 
Duges, Alfred, P278, 678. 

fishes collected by in Mexico, P94, 
95, 637, 903. 
Dunn, Emmett Reid, P2211, 2524, 2767, 

2770. 
Dutch East Indies, birds collected by W. 
L. Abbott, Karimata Islands, 
P2512. 
fishes, Brotulidae and Carapidae, 

collected by Albatross, Pi 948. 
mammals, collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, Karimata Islands, P1481. 
(See also under Java.) 
Dyar, Harrison Gray, BS2; P1209, 1290, 
1376, 1412, 1419, 1423, 1516, 1550, 
1742, 1885, 1947, 1951, 2006, 2046, 
2050, 2054, 2056, 2139, 2239, 2447, 
2769, 2794. 
Arachnida collected by in British 
Columbia, P2143. 
Dyar, H. G., and Heinrich, Carl. P2691. 
Dyar, H. G., and Knab, Frederick, 

P1632. 
Dyar, H. G., and Shannon, Raymond 

Corbett, P2636. 
Dyar, H. G., and Smith, John Bern- 
hard, P1140. 
Dyer, F. J., copepods collected in Hon- 
duras, P228S. 



Eakle, Arthur Starr, Pn48. 
Earll, Robert Edward, B27, pt. J. 
Earll, R. E., fishes collected in Lake 

Jessup and Indian River, Fla., P438. 
Earthworms. (See under Oligochaetes.) 



Earwigs. (See under Insects, Dermap- 

tera.) 
East Indies, macrouroid fishes, BlOO, 
vol. 1, pt. 7. 
Thnlassocrinus, new crinoid genus, 
P1793. 
East Main district of Hudson Bay Com- 
pany, birds of, P518. 
Easter Island (Te Pito te Henua, or 
Rapa Nui), R1889, pt. 3, No. 2; 1897, 
pt. 2, No. 4. 
Eastman, Charles Rochester, P2177. 
Eaton, Daniel Cady, CNHl, No. 5 (2d 
art.— 3, 4). 

ECHINODERMS: 

Africa, P1808. 

Aleutian Islands, P3061. 

America, Arctic, B15; northeast 

coast, P76, 168, 534. 
Arbaciidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

14, pt. 1. 
Asia, northeastern, P1561. 
Aspidodiadematidae, Philippine, 

BlOO, vol. 14, pt. 1. 
Asteroidea, north Pacific and adja- 
cent waters, B76: Phanerozonia, 

Spinulosa, pt. 1 ; Forcipulata, pts. 

2, 3. 
Australia, P1743. 
Bathycrinus, note on, PI 547. 
Caribbean Sea, P491, 2257. 
Celebes, P1944, 2022. 
Cidaridae, Philippine region, BlOO, 

vol. 6, pt. 4. 
Comasterida, monograph, B82, pt. 3. 
Comasteridae, revision, PI 685. 
Comatilia, new genus, P1668. 
Comatula, P1585, 1608. 
comatulids, arm joints and divisions, 

P1636; Japanese, P1615. 
crinoids, African coasts, P1808. 

arm structure, abnormal, P1612. 

Asia, northeastern, PI 561. 

Australia, P1743. 

Comasteridae, revision, P1685. 

Comatilia, new genus, P1668. 

Comatula, P1585, 1608. 

Comatulida, arm joints and divi- 
sions, PI636; remarks on classi- 
fication, PI 608. 

Encriniis parrae, P1585. 

Eudiocrinus, P1551, 1613. 

European, P1749. 

Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean 
Sea, P547. 

Hawaiian, P1608. 

Himerometra, revision, P2026. 

Marsupites, systematic position, 
P1845. 

monograph of existing, B82: gen- 
eral, pts. 1, 2; Comasterida, pt. 
3; Mariametrida, pt. 4a. 

Museum fiir Naturkunde, Berlin, 
crinoids in, P1937. 

N aumachocrinus, new genus, 
P1895. 



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ECHINODERMS, crinoids (continued). 

new, Recent, P1691; Recent un- 
stalked, P1697; u n s t a 1 k e d, 
P2982. 
nomenclature of Recent, P1623. 
Pacific, north, new species from, 

PI 543, 1559. 
Pentacrinitidae, arm joints and 
divisions, P1636; infrabasals in 
Recent genera, Pi 582; axial 
canals, P1634. 
Philippine, P1673, 1756, 1798, 

1849. 
Phrynocrinidae, Naumackocrinus, 

new genus, P189S. 
phylogenetic interrelationships, 

P173'2. 
Proisocrinus, new Philippine ge- 
nus, P1756. 
Ptilocriniis p'lnnotus, with note on 

Bathvcrinus, Pi 547. 
Rhizocrinus, P1693. 
skeletons, inorganic constituents, 

P1795. 
stalked, eastern North America, 

P1607. _ 
stems, origin, P1740. 
Tennessee, B64. 
Thalassocrinus, East Indian, 

P1793. 
Troost's unpublished manuscript 

on, summary, B64. 
West Indies, B74. 
Diadematidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

14, pt. 1. 
East Indies, P1793. 
echinoids, in National Museum, 
P568; Philippine region, BlOO, 
vol. 6, pt. 4; vol. 14, pt. 1; West 
Indian, B74. 
Echinometridae, Philippine, BlOO, 

vol. 14, pt. 1. 
Echinothuridae, Philippine, BlOO, 

vol. 14, pt. 1. 
Encrinus parrae, note on, P1585. 
Eudiocrimis, P15S1, 1613. 
Europe, P1749. 

Evasterias, new sea-star, P2632. 
exhibit sent to International Fish- 
eries Exhibition at London, B27, 
pt. B. 
featherstars, Japanese, P1615. 
Forcipulata, north Pacific, B76, pts. 

2, 3. 
Gorgonocephalidae, Caribbean, 

P2257. 
Greenland, P3098. 
Gulf of Mexico, P491, 544. 
Hawaiian Islands, P1555, 1608, 1807. 
Heliaster, in National Museum, P646. 
Himerometra, revision. P2026. 
holothurians, Hawaiian, Pi 555; 
North .'American, north Pacific 
coast, P1558; northwestern Pacific, 
P2073. 
Hyalinothrix, Hawaiian, P1807. 



EcHiNODERMS (continued). 

Japan, P1551, 1615, 2493, 3059, 3114. 

Kamchatka, P2180. 

Kerguelen Island, B3. 

keyhole urchins, Melitta, P3099. 

Labrador, P377. 

Mariametrida, monograph, B82, pt. 

4a. 
Marsupites, systematic position, 

PI 845. 
Melitta, revision, P3G99. 
Micropygidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

14, pt. 1. 
Moluccas, P1944, 2022. 
Naumachocrinus, new genus of 

Phrynocrinidae, P1895. 
North America, northeastern coast, 

P534. 
ophiurans, collected bv U. S. Com- 
mission of Fish and Fisheries, 
PlOOO. 
Gorgonocephalidae, Caribbean 

Sea, P2257. 
in National Museum, B84. 
north Pacific, B75. 
Philippine, BlOO, vol. 5. 
Smithsonian-Hartford Expedition, 

P3054. 
West Indian, P1724. 
Parasterina, Japanese, P3114. 
Pedmidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 14, 

pt. 1. _ 

Pelmatozoa, structure and relation- 
ships, PI 846. 
Pentacrinitidae, arm joints and di- 
visions, P1636; axial canals of 
Recent, P1634; infrabasals in Re- 
cent genera, P1582. 
Phanerozonia, north Pacific, B76, 

pt. 1. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 3; vol. 
5; vol. 6, pt. 4; vol. 14, pt. 1; 
P1673, 1756, 1798, 1827, 1849, 1944, 
2022. 
Phrynocrinidae, new genus belong- 
ing to, P1895. 
Plazaster, Japanese, F3114. 
Poraniopsis, Japanese, P3059. 
Proisocrinus, new Philippine genus, 

P1756. 
Ptilocrinus pinnatus. Pi 547. 
Rhizocrinus, new species of, P1693. 
Saleniidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 14, 

pt. 1. 
sea-stars, Evasterias, P2632; Japan- 
ese, P2493; Plazaster, Japanese, 
with note on Parasterina, P3114; 
South American, P2859; Tropho- 
discus, Kamchatkan, P2180. 
Spinulosa, north Pacific, B76, pt. 1. 
starfishes, Aleutian Islands, P3061. 
Celebes and the Moluccas, P1944, 

2022. 
collected by U. S. Commission of 

Fish and Fisheries, PlOOO. 
H chaster, in National Museum,. 
P646. 



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EcHiNODERMS, Starfishes (continued). 
Hyalinothrix, Hawaiian, P1807. 
Philippine, BlOO, vol. 3; P1327, 
1944, 2022. 
Temnopleuridae, Philippine, BlOO, 

vol. 14, pt. 1. 
Tennessee, B64. 

Thalassocrinus, East Indian, P1793. 
Tonga Archipelago, P2905. 
Toxopneustidae, Philippine, BlOO, 

vol. 14, pt. 1. 
Trophodiscus, Kamchatkan, P2180. 
Vorticella, chlorophylloid granules 

of, P398. 
West Indies, B74; P1724, 3056. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Echinoids. (See under Echinoderms; 

also under Fossils, echinoderms.) 
Eckfeldt, John W., CNHl, No. 5 (2d 

art.— 6), No. 8 (7th art.). 
Eclipse Expedition. (See under United 

States Naval Eclipse Expedition.) 
Ecuador, birds, Catltarus, a new species 
of, P653 ; Guayaquil, P694a. 
Corneocyclas from mountains, PI 584. 
fishes collected by P. O. Simons, 

P1468. 
grasses, CNH24, pt. 8. 
hummingbirds, catalog, P1258. 
isopod, Apseudes, P1918. 
mollusks, fossil fresh-water, P2946. 

Santa Elena Bay, P2551, 2646. 
plants, economic fruit-bearing, 
CNH24, pt. 5. 
Edmunds formation, Washington County, 

Maine, Silurian fossils, P1985. 
Edwards, Charles Lincoln, P1S58. 

fishes collected by at Green Turtle 
Cay, Bahamas, P752. 
Edwards, C. L., and Jordan, David 

Starr, P566. 
Edwards, Henry, B35. 
Edwards, Vinal N, P42. 
Edwards, William Henry, Bl5. 
Eels. (See under Fishes.) 
Eggers, Heinrich Franz Alexander, B13; 

P724. 
Eggs. (See Birds' eggs; Reptiles' eggs.) 
Egleston, Thomas, B33. 
Egypt, Fayum, flint implements, R1904, 
pt. 2, No. 3; Kharga, sand-barites, 
P1726. 
Eichhoff, William, P1085. 
Eigenmann, Carl H., P613, 897, 917, 

925, 1532. 
Eigenmann, C. H., and Bean, Barton 

Appier, P1S03. 
Eigenmann, C. H., and Beeson, Charles 

Henry, P1009. 
Eigenmann, C. H., and Eigenmann, 

Rosa Smith, P742, 842. 
Eigenmann, C. H., and Hughes, Eliza* 

beth G., P608. 
Eigenmann, C. H., and Jordan, David 
Starr, P484, 587, 627. 



Eigenmann, C. H., and Ogle, Fletcher, 

P1556. 
Eigenmann, Rosa Smith, and Eigenmann, 

Carl H., P742, 842. 
Elden Pueblo pottery, P2930. 
Elliot, Daniel Giraud, P1751. 
Ellis, Max Mapes, P1912, 2267. 
Embioptera, New World, P3175. 
Embody, George Charles, P1746. 
Emeric, H. F., fishes collected at Guay- 

mas, Mexico, P433. 
Emerton, J. H., Bl5. 
Emery, Walter Titus, and Phillips, Wil- 
liam Jeter, P2281. 
Endlich, Frederick Miller, [B3], B15; 

P163, 201. 
Endo, Riuji, B164. 

Energy resources, United States, B102. 
Engano, bats, Rliinoloplius, collected by 
W. L. Abbott, P1440; mammals, P1472. 
Engelhardt, George Paul, B190. 
Engineering, contributions of department 
to Ohio Valley Centennial Exposi- 
tion, C38. 
mechanical, catalog of National Mu- 
seum collection, B119, 173. 
Engraving, white-line, for relief print- 
ing, R1890, pt. 3, No. 2. 
Entomostracans. (See under Crusta- 
ceans.) 
Entozoa, notes on avian, P893. 
Eocene. (See under Fossils.) 
Ephemerida. (See under Insects.) 
Epsnmite from Utah, P2758. 
Erian. (See under Fossils, Devonian.) ^ 
Escambia River, note on fishes, describ- 
ing new species, Xygonectes escatnbiae, 
P58S. 
Eskimos. (See under Anthropology.) 
Esmeralda formation, Nev., flora, P2719. 
Ethiopia, birds of the Childs Frick Ex- 
pedition, BI53. 
Ethno-conchology, R1887, pt. 3, No. 4.^ 
Ethnology. (Papers on ethnology are in- 
cluded with those on anthropology, but 
they are not listed separately under 
Ethnology.) 
Eulachon. (See under Fishes.) 
Euphausiaceans. (See under Crusta- 
ceans.) 
Europe, crinoid, new, P1749. 

fishes, in National Museum, P63. 
marsh-tits, notes on, P686. 
museums, notes on, R1903, pt. 2, 

No. 2. 
naval architecture, prehistoric, 

R1891, pt. 3, No. 7. 
seahorses, Hippocampus, review, 

P2997. 
spiders, red, species likely to be in- 
troduced into America, P2303. 
swords, in National Museum, B163. 
titmice, notes on crested, P69S. 
tree-creepers, Certhia, remarks on, 

P270. 
Turdus alpestris and T. torguattu, 
distinct species, P577. 



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Evans, Alexander William, CNHl, No. 

5 {2d art.— 5); 20, pt. 8. 
Evans, Arthur Thompson, P2109. 
Evermann, Barton \Varren, and Clark, 

Howard Walton, P1478. 
Evermanr, B. W., and Goldsborough, 

Edmund Lee, PlSOl. 
Evermann, B. W., and Jenkins, Oliver 

Peebles, P681, 698, 846. 
Evermann, B. W., and Jordan, David 

Starr. (See under Jordan and Ever- 
mann.) 
Evermann, B. W., and Kendall, William 

Converse, P1043, 1482, 1748, 
Evermann, B. W., and Latimer, Homer 

Barker, P1778. 
Evermann, B. W., and RadcHffe, Lewis, 

B9S. 
Evermann, B. W., and Seale, Alvin, 

P1491. 
Ewing, Henry Ellsworth, P2394, 2459, 

2489, 2620, 2730, 2843, 2908, 2970, 

2971. 
Ewing, H. E., and Fox, Irving, P3151. 
Exline, Harriet Idola, P2991. 



Fabreba, H. Pittier de. (See under Fit- 
tier, Henri.) 

Fagan, Margaret Mary, and Gahan, 
Arthur Burton, B124. 

Fagan, Margaret M., and Rohwer, Sie- 
vert Allen, P2208, 2266. 

Fairy shrimps. (See under Crustaceans.) 

Fanning Islands, contributions to natural 
history of, U. S. North Pacific Survey- 
ing Expedition, B7. 

Farlow, William Gilson, [B3], BIS; 
P222. 

Farrington, Oliver Cummings, P981. 

Faxon, Walter, PS25, 785, 1136. 

Fayum, Egypt, flint implements, R1904, 
pt. 2, No. 3. 

Featherstars. (See under Echinoderms.) 

Feldspar in sections of rocks, P206. 

Felt, Ephraim Porter, P2072, 2444. 

Fennah, Ronald Gordon, P3184, 3189. 

Feiiton, Frederick Azel, P2704. 

Fernald, Charles Henry, C27. 

Fernald, Henry Torsey, P1487, 1902, 
2681. 

Ferns. (See under Plants; also under 
Fossils, plants.) 

Ferrari-Perez, Fernando, P559. 

Ferroanthophvllite, orthorhombic iron 
amphibole,'P2373. 

Fertilizers, situation in United Statei, 
B102, pt. 2. 

Fewkes. Jesse Walter, P528. 

Fiji, annelids, polychaetous, P264I. 

fishes, with notes on Hawaiian 

fishes, P1625. 
(See also under South Seas, Oceania, 
etc.) 

Filefishe?. (See under Fishes.) 

Finches. (See under Birds.) 

Fink, Bruce, CNH14, pt. 1. 



Fire. (See under Anthropology.) 
Firestone Expedition, Liberia, reptilet 

and amphibians, P3128. 
Fish, Pierre Augustine, P1325. 
Fish culiure, exhibits sent to International 
Fisheries Exhibit at London, B27, pt. L. 
Fisher, Albert Kenrick, P811. 
Fisher, A. K., and Wetmore, Alexander, 

P2876. 
Fisher, Elmon M., CNHl, No. 5 (3d 

art.). 
Fisher, Walter Kenrick, B76, 100, voL 
3; P1322, 1555, 1807, 1827, 1944, 2022, 
2180, 2493, 2632, 2859, 3024, 3059, 
3114, 3198. 
Fisher, Warren Samuel, B145; P2271, 
2428, 2454, 2522, 2568, 2608, 2623, 
2803, 2842, 2922, 2968, 2979, 3167, 
3183, 3188. 
Fisher, William J., P364. 
Fisheries, classification of collection at 

International Exhibition of 1876, B14. 
Fisheries and fish culture, exhibit at In- 
ternational Fishery Exhibition, Berlin, 
B18. 
Fishery products, catalog of exhibits sent 
to International Fisheries Exhibition at 
London, B27, pt. J. 
Fishes: 

Abeona aurora, California, P151. 
Aboma, Japanese, P1298. 
Acanthocaulos, note on, PI 385. 
Acipenseridae, Japanese, P1455. 
Acrotus zvilloughbyi, Washington, 

P672. 
Aelurichthys eydouxU, note on, P40S. 
Aetobatidae, nomenclature, P990. 
Africa, west, P2294. 
Agonidae, P122, 1365. 
Agonus viilsus, California, P162. 
Agosia, notes on, P822. 
Alaska, P47, 59, 70, 80, 100, 121, 
225, 255, 342, 387, 407, 487, 748, 
753, 795, 1027. 
Albatross collections. (See under Al- 
batross.) 
albicore, proper generic name, P716. 
Aldabra Island, P973. 
AUpidosaurus aesculapius, Alaska, 

P342. 
Alepocephalus bairdl't, western At- 
lantic, P68. 
Aleutian Islands, P3038. 
Algansea, notes on, P822. 
Amazon River, P1503. 
amberfish, Seriola stearnsii, Florida, 

P66. 
American, in British Museum and 
the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, 
P81; in Linnaean collection, P510; 
Linnaean names, P527; Pacific 
coast from Tropic of Cancer to 
Panama, P526. 
Amia, Philippine Islands, P1853. 
Amiidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 10. 
Amitra, name replaced, P350. 



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Fishes (continued). 

Amiurus ponderosus, Mississippi 
River, P90. 

Ammodytidae, Japanese, P1464. 

ammodytoid, systematic relations, 
P1388. 

Ampliiodon alosoides, note on, P1752. 

Amphipnoidae, csteological charac- 
teristics, P825. 

Amur River Basin, P1533. 

anacanthine, new, Philippine Is- 
lands, P1924. 

Anarrhichas lepturus, Alaska, P80. 

anglers, Japanese, review of, P1261. 

Anf;uilla manabei, Japan, P1957. 

Anguiliidae, csteological character- 
istics, P803. 

animal heat of, experiments on, 
P96. 

Anteliochimaera and related genera, 
P1723. 

Antennariidae, note on, P31. 

Anthias vivanus, Florida, P46S. 

Antigoniidae, relationship and oste- 
ology, P1297. 

Apharetis furcatus, relationships, 
P1232. 

Aphododeridae, North American, BIO, 

apodal. Albatross tropical Pacific 
collections, P8S6; Japanese, review 
of, P1239. 

Apodichthys, new, California, P130. 

Apoi^on evermanni, Hawaiian Is- 
lands, P1386. 

Apo^on pandionis, Chesapeake Bay, 
P211. 

apparatus for capture, catalog of 
exhibits sent to International Fish- 
eries Exhibition, London, B27, pt. 
I. 

Aprion ariommtts, Florida, P35S. 

Arc/iosnrs;us, review of North Amer- 
ican, P608. 

Argentina, P1482. 

Arfientina syrtensium, Sable Island 
Bank, P41. 

Argyropelecus, review of, P3047. 

Argyrosomus, Great Lakes, P1662. 

Ariopsis milbert't, breeding habits, 
P46. 

Arizona, P754, 1131. 

Arkansas, P549, 759. 

Arripidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 12. 

Artediellus, revision, P268S. 

Artedius fenestralis, Puget Sound, 
P326. 

Ascel'ichthys rhodorus, Washington, 
PI 44. 

Asia, east, P1536. 

Aspidophoroides giintherii, Alaska, 
P487. 

Aspredinidae, note on, P831. 

Assumption Island, P973. 

Astroscopus, eastern United States, 

P69. 
atherine, certain genera of, P2273 ; 
Japanese, review of, P12S0. 



Fishes (continued). 

Auxi) rochei. New England, PI 83. 
Ayres' paper on cyprinoid, P159. 
Bahamas, Green Turtle Cay, P752. 
bandfishes, Japanese, review of, 

PJ330. 
Banjosidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

12. 
Barbados, P1345. 
bass, giant, Japanese, P1476. 

sea, Japanese, review of, P1714. 

striped, P430, 485. 

white, trematodes from, P2430. 
Bathymaster, Puget Sound and Alas- 
ka, P7S3. 
Bdellostoma, proper name of, P1234. 
Bdellostomidae, note on, P309. 
Belone e.xilis, generic relations, P174. 
Belone latimanus, in Massachusetts, 

P5 
Belonidae, review of American, 

P575. 
Benthodesmus, allied to Lepidopus, 

P241. 
Bering Island, P1106. 
Bermuda, B5; P23, 58; fish para- 
sites, P1560. 
berycoid, Japanese, review of, 

P1306; osteologv, P1366. 
Bleekeria gilli, PI 028. 
Bleekeria mitsukurii, note on, P1328. 
blennv, California, P288; Japanese, 

P1127. 
bluefish, proper name of, P322. 
bonito, oceanic. United States, P13, 

42. 
Bothus, synonymy, P32S. 
Bonlenoenna, generic name replaced 

by Safole, P1922. 
boxfish, spiny, in California, P917. 
Brachyops'ts verrucosus, California, 

P122. 
Brachvopsis xyosternus, California, 

PI 3 5. 
Brazil, Bahia, P829. 
Brevoortia, revision of American, 

P15. 
Brevoortia patronus, note on, P2S. 
British Columbia, P255, 387, 682, 

787, 938. 
Brosmius am eric an us, identity with 

B. brosme, P53. 
Brotulidae, Philippines and Dutch 

East Indies, P1948. 
Bryostemma polyactocephalum, spe- 
cies confused with, PI 300. 
butterfishes, proper name of, P1048. 
Calamus, review, P401. 
Calamus provide/is, note on, P417. 
California, B7 ; P97, 108-111, 117, 
118, 122, 123, 126, 136, 141, 150, 
152-154, 156, 157, 162, 164, 176, 
182, 269, 742, 917, 967, 1161, 
1501, 1643, 1961, 2027, 2075, 
2472, 2962. 

Kern River, P916. 

Mohave River, P2236. 



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219 



Fishes, California (continued). 

Monterey, P129, 130, 151. 

Monterey Bay, P12S, 132, 135, UO, 
151, 161, 2049. 

Owens River, P2333. 

San Bernardino, P373. 

San Diego, P106, 133, 187, 208, 
269, 774, 897. 

San Francisco, P72. 

San Francisco markets, F120, 158, 
159. 

Santa Ana River, P1595. 

Santa Barbara, P146, 288, 296. 

Santa Barbara Islands, P880, 

Santa Cataiina Island, P107, 1510. 
Callionymidae, Japanese, review, 

P1305; Philippine, P3106. 
Calliortymus bairdi. Gulf of Mexico, 

P652. 
Callyodontidae, Philippine, BlOO, 

vol. 7. 
candlefish, Northwest coast, P143. 
Cape San Lucas, P290, 293. 
capelin, redescription of, P3029. 
Capriformes, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 8. 
capture of rare, P1165. 
Carangidae, family and subfamilies, 

P304. 
Caranginae, American, review of, 

P367. 
Caranx bartholomaei, P403. 
Caranx beani, North Carolina, P178. 
Caranx ruber, note on, P403. 
Carapidae, Philippines and Dutch 

East Indies, P1948. 
C arc har hinus milberti, nematode 

eggs from, P2655. 
Carchar'tas lamiella, California, 

P269. 
cardinalfishes, review of Japanese, 

PI 240. 
Catesby's Natural History of Caro- 
lina, Florida, and the Bahama Is- 
lands, identification of figures, 

P422. 
catfishes, electric, use of name Tor- 
pedo for, P1329; Japanese, review 

of, P1338; sea, breeding habits, 

P46; Venezuela, P3172. 
Catlietostoma albigutta. Gulf of 

Mexico, P896. 
Catostomidae, described by Girard, 

P500; North American, synopsis 

of, B12. 
Caulolat'tlus microps, P16, 517. 
Caulohpis longidens, in California, 

P1161. 
Celebes, P1917. 

Central America, P252, 925, 3192. 
Centrarchidae, BlO; P197. 
Centropomidae, P302, 3191. 
Cephaleutherus and other rays, 

P1054. 
CephaloscylUum laiiceps, California, 

PllO. 



Fishes (continued). 

Cepolidae, Japanese, review of, 
P1330. 

Ceratiidae, note on, P33. 

Cetomimidae, Albatross northwest- 
ern Atlantic collections, P1012. 

C/iaetodon aya, Pensacola, P565. 

Chaetodontidae, Philippine, P1822. 

Chaetodontidae and related families, 
Japanese, P1296. 

Chandidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 10. 

char, supposed new species from 
New Hampshire, P671. 

characin, neglected genus of, P1588. 

Characinidae, Venezuela, P3181. 

characinoid, differential characters, 
P1056; forms with ctenoid scales, 
with description of a new Psectro- 
gasier, PI 05 5. 

Charucinus, note on, P1058. 

Cheilodipteridae, new genera and 
species, P3085; Philippine, PI853, 
1868. 

Chesapeake Bay, P211, 389, 843. 

Chile, Tome, to Montevideo, Uru- 
guay, P2133. 

Chilomycterus, in California, P917. 

Chimaera, white, Japanese, P1356. 

chimaeroid, Philippine, P1899. 

China, northern, P1474; Shanghai 
and Hongkong, P1433; Soochow, 
P2338: Tien Tsin, P1221; Yalu 
River, P2228. 

China Sea, P1997. 

Ch'trus, species found in San Fran- 
cisco market, P120. 

Chloroscombrus orqueta, Panama, 
P334. 

Choerodon, in place of Choerops, 
P1638. 

Choner hinus, note on, P884. 

Chriodorus, new genus, southern 
United States, P297. 

Cichlops, Labracinus proper name 
for, PI 384. 

Cisco, new species of from Great 
Lakes, P1662. 

Citharichthys macrops, Florida, 
P464. 

Citharichthys stigmaeus, California, 
P296. 

clingfishes, P1291, 3187. 

Clupea tyrannus, P4. 

Cobitidae, review of Japanese, 
P1332. 

cod, rock, California, P109. 

collecting and preserving, P224. 

Colorado, Twin Lakes, P780. 

Columbia River, upper, PI96. 

Commander Islands, Bering and 
Copper Islands, PI 106. 

Conodon serrijer. Lower California, 
P289. 

copepods parasitic on, P1560, 1652. 

Coregonus hoyi, P340. 

Coregonus nelsonii, Alaska, P407. 

Coregonus oregonius, Oregon, P1677. 



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Fishes (continued). 

Coregonus pusillus, Alaska, P748. 

Corypliaena hip pur us, PS 17, 548. 

Costa Rica, Punta Arenas, P639. 

Cottidae, Japanese, review, P1358; 
North American, BlO, P209 ; west- 
ern Pacific, P2987. 

Coitus maculatus, identity with C. 
bubalis, P505. 

Couesius greeni, Frazer River, Brit- 
ish Columbia, P938. 

crabeater, Hudson Vallej', N. Y., 
P811. 

Cremnobates, in California, P133. 

Cremnobates integripinnis, life col- 
ors, P372. 

Crossochir koelzi, California, P2962. 

Crossorhinus, notes on, P10S7. 

crustacean parasites of West Indian, 
P19S0. 

Ctenolucitis, neglected genus, P1S88. 

Cuba, P414, 516, 551, 2277. 

Cumberland Gulf, 315. 

Cuvier and Valenciennes typical 
specimens, in Musee d'Histoire 
Naiurelle, P593. 

Cuvier's "Regne Animal," genera of 
first edition, P1346. 

Cybium, notes on American, P3. 

Cyclogasteridae, new, P1941. 

Cyclopsetta chittendeni, P1030. 

Cyclopteroidea, relations of, P834. 

Cymatogaster rosaceus, California, 
P153. 

Cyprinidae, North American, BlO; 
P450, 500. 

Cyprinodontidae, nomenclature, P991. 

Dacentrus, note on, Pi 60. 

Dactylobatus armatus, Atlantic 
coast, P1682. 

Dactylopteroidea, characteristic!, 
P818. 

degeneration theory, PS53. 

Dinolesles leivini, osteology and re- 
lationship, PI 186. 

Diplodus, review of North Americao, 
P608. 

Dipterodon, note on, P684. 

Disko Bay, B15. 

Ditrema atripes, California, P156. 

dolphin, great, Coryphaena hippur- 
us, P548. 

Dorosoma cepedianum heterurum, 
notes on, P43. 

Dorysoraatidac, North American, 
BlO. 

dragonets, Japanese, review of, 
P1305. 

Duleidae. Philippine, BlOO, vol. 10. 

duplicates distributed by National 
Museum, P127, 185. 

Dutch East Indies, P157S, 1919, 
1948, 2682. 

East Indies, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 7. 

echeneidids, relationships, P320. 

Ecuador, P1468. 

Edestus mirus, P1884. 



Fishes (continued). 

eels, Barbados, P134S; Galapagos 
Islands, P369; genitalia and sex- 
ual characters, P148; Japanese, 
P1239, 1957; Mexico, P335; ne 
michthyoid, new genera, P381. 

Elacate, nomenclature, P1059. 

Elacate Canada, in lower Hudson 
Valley, N. Y., P811. 

elacatids, characteristics, P668. 

Elasmobranchii, Philippine, BlOO, 
vol. 13. 

Eleginus. P8S3. 

Ellatonistius chrysopsis, note on, 
P1752. 

Embiotocidae, California, P2962: 
Japanese, P1260. 

Eramelichthyidae, Philippine, BlOO, 
vol. 12. 

Enoplosidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 
12. 

Ephippiformes, Philippine, BlOO, 
vol. 8. 

ephippiids, affinities, P318. 

Epinephelus, review of American 
and related genera, P447. 

Epinephelus drummond-hayi, Ber- 
mudas and Florida, P23. 

Epinephelus nigritus, P26, 511, 517. 

erythrinoid, differential characters, 
P1056. 

Escambia River, P585. 

Etheostoma micropterus, Mexico, 
P823. 

Etheostoma variatum, P503. 

Etheostomatidae, North American, 
BIO. 

Etheostomatinae, notes on skeletons, 
P484. 

etheostomoids, new and little-known, 
P607. 

Euchalarodus putnami, identity with 
Pleuronectes glaber, P49. 

eulachon. Northwest coast, P143. 

Europe, seahorses, P2997; European 
fishes in National Museum, P63. 

Eurypharyngidae, anatomy and re- 
lations, P382. 

exhibit sent to International Fish- 
eries Exhibition at London, B27, 
pt. F. 

Exocoetus, review of American, 
P483. 

extinct, represented in National Mu- 
seum, R1889, pt. 3, No. 5. 

Fanning Islands, B7. 

Feiuhtliys, note on, P832. 

Fiji, P1625. 

filefishes, Japanese, review of, 
P1287. 

fin-rays, value in classification of 
fishes, P553. 

flatfishes, from San Francisco mar- 
kets, P158; Gymnachirus fasciatus 
and G. nudus, P1814. 

flatheads, review of, Japanesa. 
P1581. 



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221 



Fishes (continued). 

Florida, P16, 2S, 24, 7S, 104, 404, 
508, 537, 1816. 
Cedar Keys, P426. 
cestodes from sharks, P31S5. 
Jacksonville, St. Johns Riv«r, 

P427. 
Key West, P4a2, 414, 416, 428. 
Lake Jessup and Indian River, 

P438. 
Pensacola, P66, 74, 282, 355, 404, 

464, 465, 565, 613. 
St. Johns River, P73, 105, 427. 
Tortugas, P37. 
flounders, California, P107, 117, 136, 
152. 
craig, in America, PIO. 
Florida, P464. 
Gastropsetta frontalis and Cychp- 

setta chittendeni, P1030. 
Japanese, P1484, 2082. 
New England, P165. 
Pleuronichthys, revieve, P1744. 
Puget Sound, P147. 
fluvial, western, notes on, P2357. 
flyingfishes, review of American, 

P483. 
Formosa, P1289, 2448. 
Gadus cimbrius, identity with Rhi- 

nonemus caudacuta, P50. 
Galapagos Islands, P369, 840. 
Galeorhinus galeus, California, PHI. 
Galveston Bay, parasites of, P2977. 
Gartnann'ta spongicola. North Caro- 
lina, P2185. 
Carman's paper on salmon and 

trout, P490. 
Gasterosteus atkinsii, Maine, P71. 
Gasterosteus gladiunculus, Maine, 

P1089. 
Gasterosteus ivilliamsoni in Cali- 
fornia, P373. 
Gastropsetta frontalis, PIOSO. 
Georgia, B12; P89, 453. 
Gerridae, Japanese, review, P1525; 

Philippine, BlOO, vol. 12. 
Giilichthys y-cauda, California, 

P774. 
Girellidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 12. 
Glyptocepkalus cynoglossus in Amer- 
ica, PIO. 
Gnathanacanthus, P885. 
Gnathypops iyonis, Japan, P2011. 
goatfishes, Japanese, P1513. 
Gobiesocidae, P1291, 3187. 
Gobiesox rhesodon, California, 

P208. 
Gobiidae, North American, P587. 
gobioid, in National Museum, P2961. 
Gobioides broussoneti, new to North 

America, P1029. 
Gtbiomorus, note on, P685. 
Gobtosoma histrio, Guaymas, Mex- 
ico, P433. 
Gobtosoma ios, Vancouver Island, 

P298. 
711175—47—15 



Fishes (continued). 

goby. North Carolina, P2185; Van- 
couver Island, P298. 
gold-eye, note on, P1752. 
Gramma loreto, note on, P669. 
Grammicolepidae, P3008. 
Grand Bank, P78. 
Great Lakes, P1662. 
Greenland, B15; P431. 
grouper, black, Epinephelus nigrttus, 

P26. 
Gulf coast, P533. 
Gulf of California, P227, 698, 880, 

2125. 
Gulf of Mexico, P15, 54, 98, 217, 281. 
349, 586, 652, 675, 896, 1029, 1592; 
analysis of water destructive to 
fish in, P201; destruction of fish 
in, P200, 203 ; mortality of fish in, 
P195, 202. 
gunnels, proper name of, P1048. 
gurnards, Japanese, review of, 
P1581 ; Otohime, new genus, P1517. 
Gymnachirus fasciatus and G. nudus, 

notes on, P1814. 
Habana, P414. 
Hadropterus aurantiacus in North 

Carolina, P504. 
Hadropterus scierus, Indiana, P379. 
Haemulott, review of species, P436. 
hagfishes, review of Japanese, P1233. 
hake. South Carolina, P124. 
halfbeak, Cuban, P2277; Japanese, 

P1602. 
Haloporphyrus viola, Atlantic, P40. 
Harriotta, Albatross northwestern 

Atlantic collections, P1014. 
Hawaiian Islands, B7; P1114, 1386, 
1625, 2231, 2570; Honolulu, P1915; 
Mauna Loa, P2392; Oahu and 
Laysan, P1377. 
hemibranchiate, shoulder girdle and 

characteristic osteology, P1201. 
Hemiramphus, analysis, P3195. 
Hemiramphus balao, Cuba, P2277. _ 
Hemiramphus mioprorus, Nagasaki, 

Japan, P1602. 
Hemirhamphus rosae, California, 

P164. . 

Hemitripteridae, osteological char- 
acteristics, P835. 

Heptatrema, proper names of, P1234. 

"Hermaphrodite Fishes," translation 
from Naturforscher, P441. 

Heros beani, Mazatlan, P719. 

herring, lake, Great Lakes, P1662. 

herringlike fishes, Japanese, review 
of, P1499. 

Heteromi, revision, P1013. 

Hexagrammidac, Japanese, review 
of, PI 348. 

Hexanchus corinus, P167. 

Hiatula, note on, P883. 

Hieroptera, notes on. Pi 054. 

hippocampid and syngnathid, differ- 
ential characters, P1049. 



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Fishes (continued). 

Hippocampus, American and Euro- 
pean, P2997. 
Hippocampus antiquorum, St. 

Georges Banks, P17. 
Hippoglossoides elassoden, Puget 

Sound, P147. 
Hippoglossoides exilis, California, 

P136. 
Hippoglossns vulgaris, Alaska, P70. 
Histiopteridae, Japanese, review of, 

P1S23. 
Holocephali, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

13. 
Hoplopagrinae, review of species, 

P449. 
Hudson Bay, P204. 
Hybognathus fiayi, Mississippi, P467. 
Hybopsis moJilanus, P461. 
Hymenoceplialus tenuis, Hawaiian 

Islands, P2231. 
Hypopiectrodes, note on, P1082. 
Hyporhamphns, analysis, P319S. 
Hyporhamphus patris, Mexico, 

P319S. 
Hypostomidae, review of Japanese, 

P1241. 
ichthyography, terminology, P445. 
Iclithyomyzon castaneus, Louisiana, 

P271. 
Iciclithvs lockingtoni, California, 

PI 54, 2472. 
hastens aenigmaticus, California, 

P123. 
Illinois, southern, P273. 
Indian Territory, PS49. 
Indiana, P379, 423, 424, 681, 791. 
International Fisheries Commission 
collection in northeastern Pacific, 
P3062. 
loglossus, new genus, P297. 
Iowa, P470. 

Isesthes gilberti, California, P288. 
Isospondyli, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 13. 
Jamaica, P418. 

Japan, P1112, 1213, 1233, 1239-1241, 
1244. 1250, 1254, 1259-1261, 
1263, 1265, 1266, 1278, 1279, 
1287, 1291, 1293, 1296, 1298, 
1303, 1305, 1306, 1308, 1319, 
1324, 1326, 1328, 1330, 1332, 
1334, 1338, 1348, 1351, 1356, 
1358, 1365, 1381, 1399, 1409, 
1445, 1455, 1464, 1470, 1476, 
1484, 1486, 1489, 1499, 1513, 
1523, 1525, 1544, 1562, 1581, 
1635, 1688, 1714, 1787, 1792, 
1836, 1875, 1907, 1909, 1957, 
2082, 2149, 3000. 
Echigo, PI 570. 
Nagasaki, P1602. 
Shikoku, P2011. 
Tanega and Yaki, P1462. 
Vulcano Bay, Port Mororan, 
P1127. 
Java, P1575, 1919, 2682. 



Fishes (continued). 

Johnstons Island, P272. 

Juan de Fuca, Straits of, P171. 

Julidinae, American, review of, 

P552. 
Kamchatka, PI 112. 
Kansas, P456, 624. 
Kentucky, Whitley County, P378. 
Kerguelen Island, B3. 
killifishes, Japanese, review of, 

P1486; Lower California, P1572. 
Korea, P1391. 
Kyphosidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

12. 
Labracinus, proper name for Ci- 

chlops, PI 384. 
Labrador, P353, 1763. 
Labrax, proper name of, P712. 
Labrichthys, P861. 
Labridae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 7. 
Lagodon, review of North American, 

P608. 
Lake Michigan, P277. 
Lake-of-the-Woods and connecting 

waters, P1778. 
Lake Ontario, P1728. 
Lake Tanganyika, P2998. 
lampreys, Japanese, review of, 

P1233; silver, Louisiana, P271; 

nomenclature and characteristics, 

P989. 
Lamprididae, relations of family, 

P1340. 
lancelets, review of Japanese, P1233. 
lances, sand, Japanese, P1464. 
La Plata Basin, P1532. 
latiloid genera, note on, P214. 
Le Have Bank, P78. 
Lepidopsetta isolcpis, from San Fran- 
cisco markets, P158. 
Lepidopus, allied to Benthodesmus, 

P241. 
Lepomis, notes on, PI 824. 
Leptophidium cervinum and L. mar- 

moratum, P533. 
Letliarcus, new genus, southern 

United States, P297. 
Lethrinidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

12. 
Leurynnis, identity with Lycodopsis, 

P139. 
Liberia, P3152. 
Linnaean collection, American, 

PSIO. 
Linnaean names, P527. 
Liparidae, revision, B150. 
Liparis (T rismegistus) oivstoni, 

PI 390. 
Liparis ranula. Nova Scotia, P65. 
Lipogenys, new generic type, P1013. 
lizardfishes, Japanese, PI544. 
loaches, Chinese, P1474; Japanese, 

review of, PI 332. 
Lobotidae, Japanese, review of, 

P1792; Philippine, BlOO, vol. 11; 

relations of family, P319. 
Long Island, Great South Bay, P657. 



fishes- 
Fishes (continued). 

LophnlatUus chamaeleonticeps, New 

England. P77. 
Lotella m axillaris, P429. 
Louisiana. P271, 1734. 
Lower California. B7; P149. 227, 
1572; Boca Soledad, P289; Cape 
San Lucas, P290, 293; San Cristo- 
bal Bav, P469; Todos Santos Bay, 
P376, 563. 
Lucania browni, Lower California, 

P1572. 
Lucioperca, relations and nomencla- 
ture. P993. 
Lutianidae, Japanese, review of, 

P1792. 
Lutjanidae, Philippine. BlOO, vol. 11. 
Lutjaninae, osteological characteris- 
tics, P444; review of species, P449. 
Lutjanus bUukfnrdi(i), ?2^, 657. 
Lutjanus stearnsii, Florida, P24. 
Lye odes paxillus, P64. 
Lycodes turneri, Alaska, PS9. 
Lycodes valtlii, La Have and Grand 

Banks, P78. 
Lycodopsis, identity with Leurynnis, 

P139. 
Macdonaldia, new generic type, 

P1013. 
mackerels, chub, comparison of At- 
lantic with Pacific, P1748; frigate, 
New England. P183. 
Macrodon, note on, Pi 349. 
Macriirus, Washington, P388. 
mail-cheeked, classification, P756, 

1581. 
Maine. P71, 1089. 

Malacopterygii, new species, P2449. 
Mallntus catervarius, redescription, 

P3029. 
Maifheidae, note on, P34. 
Manchuria, P1493. 2408. 
Massachusetts, Buzzards Bay, P5 ; 
Provincetown, P96 ; Vineyard 
Sound, P42; Woods Hole region, 
trematndes from fishes of, P3078. 
menhaden, note on, P25. 
Merlucius, genus related to, P16S. 
Mexico, P95, 221, 903, 925, 1159. 
Chapala Lake, P94. 
Chihuahua, P823. 
Colima. P291. 
Guanajuato, P94, 637. 
Guavmas, P433, 846. 
Mazatlan, P237, 242, 254, 268, 

327, 335, 370, 452, 719. 
Sinaloa. P3195. 
Sonora. Guavmas. P433, 846. 
Veracruz and Tampico, PI 592. 
Micredeamidae, revision, P3002. 
Middle America, B47. 
minnow, top, Texas, P2393. 
M is s^urnus decemcirrosus, China 

PI 474. 
Mississippi, PI 79, 467. 
Mississippi River, P90. 
Mississippi Valley, lower, P430. 



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Fishes (continued). 



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Missouri, P470. 

Mitsnkurina o-wstoni, Japan, P1409. 
mud-eel, trematode from, P3014. 
Mugilidae, review of American ma- 
rine, P434; revision, P3204. 
Mullets, revision of genera, P3204. 
Mullidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 12. 
Muraenesocidae, osteological charac- 
teristics, P815. 
Muraenidae, osteological character- 
istics, P805. 
Muraennides, related to Stathmono- 

tus. P508. 
Mustehis, key, P3058. 
m3'Ctophine, type specimens in Na- 
tional Museum, P2807. 
Mycioplnnn crenulare, P146, 190. 
Myliobatidae, nomenclature, P990. 
Myriolepis zonifer, California, P140. 
Myrophis vafer, Panama, P334. 
Myxinidae, note on, P309. 
Narcobatidae, P1050, 1694. 
neglected genera, P1344. 
Nemic/ii/iys avocetta, Puget Sound, 

P170. 
Neosehastes entaxis, as type of genus, 

P1393. 
New England, P77, 165, 177, 183, 

658. 
Newfoundland, Grand Banks, P184. 
New Guinea, P3191. 
New Hampshire, Sunapee Lake, 

P671. 
New Orleans, P437. 
New York, lower Hudson Valley, 

P811. 
Nicaragua, P732. 

North America, catalog, B47, pts. 
1-4; new species, PS4; nomencla- 
ture, P352; notes on, P466; synop- 
sis, B16. 
North American ichthyology: Cot- 
tidae, Etheostomatidae, Percidae, 
Centrarchidae, Aphododeridae, 
Dorvsomatidae, Cyprinidae, Silu- 
ridae. BlO; review of Rafinesque'i 
memoirs. B9. 
North Carolina, P124, 178, 2185; 
Beaufort, P55, 550; Cane River 
and Boilings Creek, P1339; French 
Broad River, P504. 
Notacanthus phasganorus, New- 
foundland. P184. 
Notropis brimleyi, North Carolina, 

P1339. 
Noiiirus, review of, P332. 
Nova Scotia, Halifax, P6S. 
Oceania, Tonga Group, Niuafoou 

Island, P2931. 
oceanic ichthyology, SB2. 
Ohio, Maumee Valley, P737. 
Oken's names of fish genera, P1346. 
Okinawa, PI 541. 1913. 
opahs, relations of fishes of family 
Lamprididae, P1340. 



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Fishes (continued). 

Oph'ichthys, nomenclature of genus, 

P336. 
Oph'ichthys retropinnis, Florida, 

P613. 
Ophidium beam, Florida, P35S. 
Ophioscion, Central and South Amer- 
ica, F3192. 
Opisthocentrus, Japanese, new, 

PI 127. 
Oplegnathidae, Philippine, BlOO, 

vol. 12. 
Orcynus pelamys. Vineyard Sound, 

Mass., P42. 
Orectolobus, notes on, P1057. 
Oregon, P20, 265, 1677, 1999. 
Osmerus, California, P2027. 
Osmerus attenuatus, California, 

P123. 
Ostarophysi, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

13. 
Ostraciontidae, P87, 1287. 
Othonops eos, California, P187. 
Otohime, new genus. Pi 5 17. 
Pacific coast, U. 8., bibliography, 

Bll; note on, P191. 
Panama, P292, 294, 327, 329, 334, 

452, 526, 639, 840. 
Pantosteus santa-anae, California, 

P1595. 
Pantosteus vtrescens, Utah, P2508. 
Paralepis coruscans, Juan de Fuca 

Straits, P171. 
parasites of, Bermuda, PI 560; ces- 

tode, P1123, 1125, 1529. 2433, 

2511, 3112, 3135; trematode, 

PI 133, 3014, 3078; Galveston Bay, 

P2977; Venezuela, P2346. 
Parophrys ischyrus, from Puget 

Sound, P147, 
Pastinacas, generic name, P514. 
pediculate, extr atropical North 

American, synopsis, P30. 
Pediculati, note on, P316. 
pelorine, note on genera, P1394. 
Pempheridae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

11. 
Pempheris poeyi, Cuba, P516. 
Perca flavescens, note on, P36. 
Percesoces, osteology, PI 179. 
perch, yellow, name of, P485. 
perchliice, Japanese, P1875. 
Percidae, North America, BIO. 
Peru, B95, 189; P1468. 
Petromyzontidae, note on, P310, 368. 
phallostethid, notes on. P3007. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, pt 
7; vol. 7; vol. 8; vols. 10-13; 
vol. 14, pt. 2. 

P1407, 1491, 1568, 1822, 1853, 
1868, 1872, 1877, 1896, 1899, 
1924, 1948, 1997, 2448, 3032, 
3106. 
Phoenix Islands, B180. 
Phycis chesteri, Atlantic, P40. 
Phycis earll'tt. South Carolina, P24. 



Fishes (continued). 

Phycis regius, in North Carolina, 
PI 24. 

Physiculus fulvus, P429. 

PimeloJus clarias, note on, P1503. 

pipefishes, breeding habits and seg- 
mentation of egg, P1431; Florida, 
P428; Texas, P1043. 

Plagiogrammus hopkinsi, California, 
P1643. 

Platessa ferruginea, note on, PS2. 

Platessa rostrata, note on, P52. 

Platypoecilus, Mexican, P1159. 

Platyrhina exasperata, generic rela- 
tions, PI 19. 

Platyrhina triseriata, California, 
P108. 

Platysomatichthys stomias, Califor- 
nia, P152. 

plectognath, synopsis, P448. 

Plectromus crassiceps, P4866. 

Plectra plites, note on. Pi 082. 

Pleurogadus, P853. 

Pleuronectes, observations on name, 
P7S7. 

Pleuronectes glaber, identity with 
Euchalarodus putnami, P49. 

pleuronectid, gleanings among, 
P757; in National Museum, 
P2961; San Francisco, P72. 

Pleuronichthys, review, PI 744. 

Pleuronichthys verticalis, California, 
P117. 

Poecilia butleri, Mazatlan, P719. 

Poecilichthys, new species of, P451. 

Poeciliidae, P991, 1486. 

poecilioid, nomenclature, P1060. 

pollack, wall-eyed, Pollachius chal- 
co^rammus fucensis, Puget Sound, 
P939. 

Polyipnus, review of, P3047. 

Polynemidae, Japanese, P1470. 

Polynemus calif orniensis, P630. 

Pomacentridae, Philippine, BlOO, 
vol. 7. 

Pomacentrus, life coloration of 
young, P337. 

Pomadasyidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 
11. 

Pomadasys, Mazatlan, with key to 
species of Pacific coasts of tropical 
America, P242. 

Pomadasys approximans, Jamaica, 
P418. 

Pomatomidae, note on, P317. 

Porichthys and related genera, 
P3060. 

Porichthys porosissimus, note on, 
P405. 

Potamocottus bendirei, P190. 

Priacanthidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 
11. 

Prionistius macellus, British Colum- 
bia, P387. 

Prionotus, review of, P574. 

Prionotus ophryas, Florida, P46S. 



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fUHM (continued). 

Prionotus stearnsii, generic charac- 
teristic«, P1396; Pensacola, Fla., 
P46S. 

Prionotus siephanophrys, California, 
P182. 

Prtonurus, note on, P1385. 

Propterygia, notes on, Pi 054. 

Psectrogaster, new species of, P1055. 

Pseudochroraidae, Philippine, BlOO, 
vol. 11. 

Pieudolabrus, P861. 

Pseudotriacis microdon, P357. 

Psychrolutidae, P717. 

Pterophryne, proper specific name of, 
P32. 

Ptychochilus harfordi, Sacramento 
River, P193. 

Puget Sound, P147, 170, 326, 753, 
939, 1414. 

Punta Arenas, P639. 

Pygosteus, east Asia, P1536. 

Rachicentron, nomenclature, P10S9. 

Rafinesque's "Analyse de la Na- 
ture," names, P648. 

Rafinesque's Memoirs, review of, B9. 

Rata inornata, notes on, PI 94. 

Rata rhina, California, P141. 

Raia stellulata, California, P129. 

Ranicipitidae, P816. 

Ranzania makua and others rare on 
California coast, P1961. 

rays, California, P108, 129, 141; 
electric, P1050, 1694, 1816; Ce- 
phaleutherus, Propterygia, and 
Hieroptera, P10S4; sting, generic 
name, P514; Texas, P2393. 

Rhinobatidae, synopsis, P180. 

Rhinobatui glaucostigma, Mexico, 
P370. 

Rhinonemus caiidaaita, identity with 
Gadus cimbrius, PSO. 

Rhinoptera encenadae, Lower Cali- 
fornia, P563. 

Rimicola eigenmanni, California, 
P1643. 

Rio Grande do Sul, P1S32. 

Riu Kiu Islands, P1S41, 1635, 1688, 
1836, 1913. 

rockfishes, Alaska, P1027; Califor- 
nia, P126, 176, 1501. 

Rondeletiidae, Albatross northwest- 
ern Atlantic collections, P1012. 

Rypticus, revision, P3074. 

Sable Island Bank, P41. 

saccopharyngoid, literature and s)'«- 
tematlc relations, P408. 

Sacramento River, P193. 

Safole, name replacing Boulengerina, 

Vim. 

St. Georges Banks, P17. 

St. Johns River, fishes collected by 

A. H. Curtiss, PlOS. 
St. Lucia, Port Castries, P789. 
Salmo mykiss agua-bonita, Kern 

River, Calif., P916. 



Fishes (continued). 

salmon, Chinnook names of, P244; 
development, P502; Garman's pa- 
per, note on, P490; Japanese, note 
on, P1399. 

Salmonidae, differential characters, 
P992; upper Columbia River, 
P196. 

Salvelinus aureolus. New Hamp- 
shire, P671. 

Salvelinus namaycush, in British 
Columbia, P682. 

Samoan Islands, B7, 180. 

Santo Domingo, P1478. 

Sargus holbrookii, Savannah Bank, 
P28. 

scatophagoid, characteristics, P8S3. 

Schmidtina, Japanese, P1381. 

Sciaena sciera, Mazatlan and Pan- 
ama, P452. 

Sciaenidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 12. 

sculpins, deep-water. Lake Ontario, 
P1728; Japanese, P1326, 1358, 
1381. 

Scymnus or Scymnorhinus, nomencla- 
ture, P1053. 

Scytalina cerdale, Washington, P144. 

seahorses, hippocampids, life his- 
tory, P1408; review of American 
and European, P2997. 

Sebastichthys brevis pints, Alaska, 
P1027. 

Sebastichthys carnatus, California, 
P126. 

Sebastichthys chrysomelas, Califor- 
nia, P176. 

Sebastichthys entomelas, California, 
P132. 

Sebastichthys maliger, California, 
P157. 

Sebastichthys miniatus, California, 
P125. 

Sebastichthys mystintu, PI 92. 

Sebastichthys proriger, California, 
P161. 

Sebastichthys rhodochloris, Califor- 
nia, P132. 

Sebastichthys serriceps, California, 
P109. 

Sebastichthys umbrosus, California, 
P296. 

Sebastinae, review of Pacific coast, 
P1009. 

Sebastodes, California, P1501. 

selachians, notes on, P482. 

Sema, note on, PI 60. 

Seriola stearnsii, Florida, P66. 

Serranidae, Japanese, review of, 
P1714; Philippine, BlOO, vol. 10. 

shad, western gizzard, notes on, P43. 

sharks, California, notes on. Pi 18. 
Carcharhinus milberti, nematode 

eggs from, P2655. 
Carcharias lamiella, California, 
P269. 



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Fishes, sharks (continued). 

cestode parasites from, P243 5, 
2511, 3135. 

China Sea, P1997. 

dog, Atlantic, with key to Mus- 
telus, P3058. 

poblin, Japanese, P1409. 

Mexican, P268. 

nematode eggs from, P2S88, 2655. 

notidanoid, west coast United 
States, P167. 

oil, California, Pill. 

Oiectolobus or Crossorhinus, notes 
on, P1057. 

Philippine, P1872, 1877, 1997. 

Scymnns or Scymnorhinus, nomen- 
clature, P1053. 

Sulu Archipelaaio, P2003. 
Siam, B188; P2873. 
Sidera castanea, Mexico, P335. 
Sidera clilevastes, Galapagos Islands, 

P369. 
Siganidae, synopsis, P435. 
Sillaginidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

12. 
Siluridae, North American, BlO. 
Simenchelyidae, osteological charac- 
teristics, P817. 
S'tphostoma floridae, breeding habits 

and segmentation of egg, P1431. 
S'tphostoma mckayi, Florida, P428. 
Sipliostomn scovelli, Texas, Pi 043. 
Siren lacertina, trematode from, 

P3014. 
skates, cestode parasites from, 

P2511; southern United States, 

PI 682. 
skeletons, preparation of, B39c. 
smelt, Coregoniis hoyi, P340; surf, 

Northwest coast, PI 12; Yachats 

River, Oreg., PI 199. 
snapper, red, P24, 457. 
soapfishes, revision of, P3074. 
soles, Japanese, P1484, 2082. 
South America, Atlantic coast, Oph- 

ioscion, P3192; fresh-water, P842. 
South Carolina, B12; P124, 328, 627. 
South Seas, P1422, 2682, 2906. 
Sparidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 12. 
Sparidae and related perchlike, Jap- 
anese, P1875. 
Sparus, note on, P321. 
Sparus brachysomus, Lower Cali- 
fornia, P149. 
Spheroides, note on, P758. 
Squalius alicieae, Utah Lake, P186. 
Squamipennes, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

8. 
star-gazers. Gulf of Mexico, P896. 
Stat/imorioius, related to Murae- 

noides, P508. 
Sternoptychidae, P443, 3047. 
Stichaeus punctatus, Alaska, P47. 
sticklebacks, Maine, P1089. 

ten-spined, east Asia, P1536. 



Fishes (continued). 

Stizostedion, relations and nomen- 
clature, P993. 
Stiengis, revision, P2987. 
Stoasodon narinari, note on, P509. 
sturgeons, Japanese, P1455. 
Sudis rin^ens, California, P146. 
Sulu Archipelago, P2003. 
Sumatra, P2682. 
surf-fishes, P1260, 2962. 
surmullets, Japanese, P1S13. 
swordfish family, taxonomic rela- 
tions and distribution, P248. 
synanceine, note on genera, P1394. 
Synaphobranchidae, osteological 

characteristics, P804. 
synentognathous, families and nom- 
enclature, F1051. 
syngnathid and hippocampid, differ- 
ential characters, P1049. 
Syngnathinae, United States, P283. 
Synodontidae, Japanese, P1544. 
Tahiti, P1422, 2682. 
Taiitoi^a, note on, P883. 
teleost, cestode parasites from, P3112. 
Tennessee, Alleghany region, B12. 
Tep/iritis, Japanese, PI 523. 
Teraponidae, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

11. 
Tetragonopterus, nomenclature, 

P1061. 
Tetraodontidae, review of American, 

P566. 
Tetraodnntoidea, notes on, P886. 
Teuthididae, synopsis, P435. 
Teuihidoidea, svnopsis, P435. 
Teuthis, application of name, P1052. 
Texas, Bl7; P549, 2393; Corpus 

Christi, P1043; Galveston, P282. 
Thailand, BI88; P2873. 
Thalassophryne doiv'i, Punta Arenas 

and Panama, P639. 
threadfins, Japanese, P1470. 
Thvmallidae, differential characters, 

P992. 
Thyris, name replaced, P350. 
T/iyrsitops violaceus, New England 

coast, P658. 
T'tlesia, P853. 
toadfishes, Por'iclithys and related 

genera, P3060; venomous, P1764. 
Torpedinidae, notes on synonymy, 

P1050. 
torpedo, cestode (Calyptrobothr'ium) 

found in, PI 529; use of name for 

electric catfish, P1329. 
Toitugas, P37. 
triggerfishes, Japanese, review of, 

P12S7. 
Trighps, Atlantic coast, P1963. 
Trivia psis ontar'tensis, Lake Ontario, 

PI 728. 
Tropic of Cancer to Panama, Pacific 

coast, P526. 
trout, Garman's paper on salmon 

and trout, note on, P490; golden, 



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Fishes, trout (continued). 

Kern River, Calif., P916; Great 

Lake, in British Columbia, P682; 

Japanese, Pn99; yeliow-finned, 

Colorado, P780. 
trunkfishes, P87. 1287. 
tunnies, proper generic name of, 

P716, 965. 
Tvlosurus euryops, Jamaica, P418. 
United States, Pacific coast, bibliog- 
raphy, Bll; note on, P191. 
U. S. Fish Commission collection, 

P723. 
Uranidea inar^inata, PI 90. 
Urnniciea microstoma, Alaska, P121. 
Urnnidea policharis, Lake Michigan, 

P277. 
Uranidea rhothea, Washington, 

P286. 
Urolophus asterias, Mazatlan and 

Panama, P327. 
Uru<ruay, Montevideo, to Tome, 

Chile, P2133. 
Utah, Bonneville system, P2508. 
Utah Lake, P175, 186. 
Vancouver Island, P298. 
Venezuela. P3172, 3181; parasites 

of, P2346. 
vertebrae, relations of temperature 

to. P845. 
Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, at Cape 

Charles City, P843. 
viviparous osseous, development of, 

P501. 
Washington, Pi 12, 265, 388, 672; 

Neah Bay, P144; Spokane River, 

P286. 
West Indies, PS95; Santo Domingo, 

P1478; Jamaica, P418; Port Cas- 
tries, St. Lucia, P789. 
whitefish, Alaska, P407, 748; Core- 

fronuf hoyi, P340; Great Lakes, 

P1662; Oregon, P1677. 
wolffishes, notes on structure and 

habits, P1782. 
Xenoptrrus, note on, P884. 
Xiphiidae, nomenclature, P303 ; tax- 

onnmic relations and distribution, 

P248. 
Xiphister, California, P130. 
Xvrtchthys jessiae, Gulf of Mexico, 

'P675. 
Xystreurys liolepis, California, P107. 
Zeidae, osteology and relationships, 

PUSS. 
Zopliendiim, notes on, P822. 
Zygonectes escambiae, P585. 
Zygonecies tniirus, Illinois, P273. 
Zygonectes zonifer, Georgia, P453. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Fishing vessels and equipment, catalog 
of collection sent to International 
Fisheries Exhibition at London, B27. 
Fisk, Mary, P2027. 
Flatfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Flatheads. (See under Fishes.) 



Flatworms. North, Central, and South 
American, P30S5. 
(See also under Polyclads.) 
Fleas. (See under Insects, Aphaniptera.) 
Flint, Dr., shells collected in kitchen mid- 
den in Costa Rica, Pll. 
Flies. (See under Insects: Diptera, Eph- 
emerida, Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, 
Odonata, Plecoptera, Strepsiptera, Tri- 
choptera.) 
Flint, James Milton. R1897, pt. 2, No. 1; 

B39s, 55; C6-8, 19, 32. 
Flora. (See Plants.) 
Florida, amberfish, Seriola stearns'ii, Pen- 
sacola, P66. 
bones, fossil, Tise's Ford, P396. 
box tortoise, a distinctspecies?, P1107. 
bullfrog, new species of, P1252. 
casts of heads of Indian prisoners. 
Fort Marion, St. Augustine, P29. 
cestodes, from sharks, P3135. 
Copepoda, with description of Diap- 

tomus flor'tdanus, P2659. 
crab. Eocene, P2786. 
crayfishes, P3097. 
electric ray and young, P1816. 
fishes, Anthias vivanus, Pensacola, 
P465. 
A prion ariommns, Pensacola, 

P355. 
Caidolatilus microps, new species 

from Gulf coast, P16. 
Cedar Keys, P426. 
collected by J. A. Henshall, P104. 
Epinephelus drummond-liayi, P23. 
flounder, Citliarichthys macrops, 

Pensacola, P464. 
Jacksonville, St. Johns River, P427. 
Key West, P402, 414, 416, 428. 
Lake Jessup and Indian River, 

P438. 
Lutjanus blackfordii and L. stearn- 

sii, P24. 
notes on, P406, 537. 
Ophicltthys retropinnis, Pensacola, 

P613. 
Ophidium beani, Pensacola, P355. 
Pensacola, P66, 74, 282, 355, 404, 

464, 465, 565, 613. 
pipefishes, Key West, notes on, 
describing Siphostoma mckayi, 
P428. 
Prionotus ophryas and P. steam- 

si, Pensacola, P465. 
St. Johns River, P73, 105, 427. 
Stathmonotus, new genus related 
to Muraenoides, P508. 
hawk, red-shouldered, new race, 

P457. 
isopods, cave, P3057; Dry Tortugas, 

P2924. 
lizard, new genus and species, P1773. 
mammalian and fish remains, prob- 
ably Pleistocene, P2291. 



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Florida (continued). 

meteoric stone, Lake Okechobee, 

P2163. 
raollusks, fossil fresh-water, P2612. 
land and fresh-water, notes on, 

FS19. 
Li^uus, P2741. 
Oligocene, Tampa, B90. 
shells, sent by Henry Hemphill, 

P384. 
Tertiary, P2887. 
turritid, P3070. 

Xenophora, new species of, P2917. 
moths, Tineina, P1208. 
muskrat, Neofiber alleni, R1884, pt. 

3, No. 5; P419. 
myriapods, Escambia County, P631. 
phosphatic sandstone, Hawthorne, 

P263. 
plants new to, CNHl, No. 8 (5th 

art.), 
reptiles and batrachians, notes on, 

P1003. 
sea-cow, M etaxytherium floridanum, 

fossil, P2438. 
shell heaps, P966. 
shrimps, snapping. Dry Tortugas, 

P1716. 
snakes, P727. 

turtles. Pleistocene, P2687. 
whale, pollack, from Miami Aqua- 
rium Association, P2S46. 
Florida and the Southeastern States, 

Unionidae, P911. 
Florida Keys, relationships of false date 

palms, CNH16, pt. 8. 
Florissant. (See under Fossils, Colo- 
rado.) 
Flounders. (See under Fishes.) 
Flukes. (See under Trematodes.) 
Flycatchers. (See under Birds.) 
Flyingfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Folsom, Justus Watson, B168; P2037, 

2134, 2222, 2702. 
Fontaine, William Morris, P918, 934. 
Fontaine, W. M., and Knowlton, Frank 

Hall, P821. 
Food, classification of collections, Cll; 
Klamath Indians, R1892, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Footprints, Fort Union, Montana, fossil, 
P2750. 

FORAMINIFERA : 

Albatross collections. (See under Al' 

batross.) 
Alveolinellidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 7. 
Ammodiscoides, P1676. 
Amphisteginidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 

8. 
Anomalinidae, Atlantic Ocean, B104, 

pt. 8. 
Astrorhizidae, B71, pt. 1; 104, pt. 1. 
Astrorhizidae to Trochamminidae, 

tropical Pacific, B161, pt. 1; La- 

genidae to Alveolinellidae, B161, 

pt. 2; Heterohelicidae and Bull- 

minidae, B161, pt. 3. 



FORAMINIFERA (continued). 

Atlantic Ocean. B104: Astrorhizidae, 

fit. 1; Lituolidae, pt. 2; Textu- 
ariidae, pt. 3; Lagenidae, pt. 4; 
Chilostomellidae, Globigerinidae, 
pt. 5; Miliolidae, Ophthalmiidae, 
Fischerinidae, pt. 6; Nonionida*, 
Camerinidae, Peneroplidae, Al- 
veolinellidae, pt. 7; Rotaliidae, 
Amphisteginidae, Calcarinidae, 
Cymbaloporettidae, Globorotalii- 
dae, Anomalinidae, Planorbulini- 
dae, Rupertiidae, Homotremidae, 
pt. 8. 
Calcarina, relationships with Tino- 
porus and Baculogypsina, BlOO, 
vol. 1, pt. 6. 
Calcarinidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 8. 
Camerinidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 7. 
Chilostomelidae, B71, pts. 3, 4; 104, 

pt. 5. 
commensal on Cyclammlna, P2290. 
Cymbaloporettidae, Atlantic, B104, 

pt. 8. 
Fischerinidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 6. 
Globigerinidae, B71, pt. 4; 104, pt. 5. 
Globorotaliidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 8. 
Hawaiian Islands, P1603. 
Homotremidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 8. 
Iridia diaphana, observation on liv- 
ing specimens, P2308. 
Jamaica, P2360. 
Juan Fernandez Islands, P2780. 
Lagenidae, B71, pt. 3; 104, pt. 4. 
Lituolidae, B71, pt. 1; 104, pt. 2. 
Miliolidae, B71, pt. 6; 104, pt. 6. 
New Zealand, Recent, P2302. 
Nonionidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 7. 
Nummulitidae, north Pacific, B71, 

pt. 4. 
Ophthalmidiidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 

6. 
Pacific Ocean, north, B71 ; Astro- 
rhizidae, Lituolidae, pt. 1 ; Text«- 
lariidae, pt. 2; Lagenidae, pt. 3; 
Chilostomellidae, Globigerinidae, 
Nummulitidae, pt. 4; Rotaliidae, 
pt. 5; Miliolidae, pt. 6; tropical 
Pacific, B161. 
Pavonina, P2597. 

Peneroplidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 7. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 
6; vol. 4; P1759, 1898, 1973, 2172. 
Planorbulinidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 

8. 
Polymorphinidae, monograph, P2829. 
Recent, Albatross collection, R1897, 

pt. 2, No. 1. 
Rotaliidae, B71, pt. 5; 104, pt. 8. 
Rupertiidae, Atlantic, B104, pt. 8. 
Siphogenerina, P2597. 
Siphonina and related genera, P2716, 
South America, Atlantic coast 

P2903 ; west coast, P2796. 
Textalariidae, B71, pt. 2; 104, pt. S. 



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FcMLAMiNiFERA (continued). 

Textulariidae and other arenaceoui, 

P1973. 
Tintporus, relattonshtpf with Cat- 
carina and BaculogyPsina, BlOO, 
vol. 1, pt. 6. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Fordice, Morton W., and Jordan, David 

S., PS7S. 
Forficuiids. (See under Insects, Der- 

maptera.) 
Formosa, batrachians and reptiles, P1731. 
braconid and chalcid-flies parasitic 

on aphids, P26S7. 
fishes, P1289, 2448. 
hymenopterous insects, P1794. 
Forrer, Alphonse, fishes collected about 

Mazatlan, P719. 
Fort Union, Mont, fossil mammals, 

B169; P2469, 2981. 
Foshag, William Frederick, P2329, 2337, 

2376, 2618, 2768. 
Foshag, W. F. ; Herman, Harry; and 

Gage, Robert Burns, P2669. 
Foshag, W. F., and Hess, Frank L., 

P2707. 
Fossils: 

Acrosiichopteris, revision, P1769. 
Acrothele. PI 14, 1120. 
Acroireta, Cambrian, P1299, 
Actaeon, Quaternary bluffs, Cali- 
fornia, P114S. 
Alabama, plants, Black Creek, near 
Gadsden, P688; reptiles, P1164, 
1870. 
Alabina, west coast of America, 

P1790. 
Alaska, brachiopods, P2569, 2649; 
flora, P300, 679, 998, 2158; bran- 
chiopods, P2S69; Brooksina, 
P2414; Pentacrinus, P2S77; mol- 
lusks, P2692, 2763. 
Alligators. (See under Fossils, rep> 

tiles.) 
Allosaurus fragilh, forelirab, P2120. 
Alvania, west coast of America, 

P1863. 
Amazon, mussels from Peru, P2748. 
amphibians, Illinois, Carboniferous, 
P1828; labyrinthodont, Kansas 
Coal Measures, P1796. 
A my da virginiana, carapace, P2323. 
Anancus brazosius, Texas, P2572. 
annelids, Strpula (Hamulus), P2359, 
Antillean region. Tertiary, PlllO. 
Antrodemus (Allojaurus), osteology, 

BllO. 
ApiecrinuM, In America, P2590. 
Apodidae, P1117. 
Araucarioxylon, revision, P784. 
Arducarioxylon arizonicum, Arixona 

and New Mexico, P676. 
Argentina, Tertiary insects, P2602; 
Tertiary plants, P2743. 



Fossils (continued). 

Arizona, batrachian and reptile, 
P13S3; birds, P249S; Cenozoie 
vertebrate faunas, San Pedro Val- 
ley, P3155; insects. Petrified For- 
est National Monument, P3033; 
turtle, P2451; wood, Araucariox- 
ylon arizonicum, P676. 

Arkansas, P137, 207. 

Arundel formation, Md., fauna, 
P2389. 

Aspen shale, Wyoming, P2860, 295$. 

Asteroidea, revision, B88. 

Austin chalk mollusks, P2815. 

Baffin Island, Pi 192. 

Baptornis, osteology and relation- 
ship, P1320. 

Basitosaurus cetoides, pelvic girdle, 
P1211. 

Bathmopterus , Alaska, P2763. 

batrachian, Arizona, Trias, P135S, 

Beyrichiidae, revision, P1646. 

bibliography of publications, includ- 
ing writings of Meek, White, and 
Walcott. B30. 

Bicia, PI 229. 

biology, relation of to geological in- 
vestigation, R1892, pt. 3, No. 2. 

birds, Arizona, P2495. 

auk, flightless, California, P124S. 
Baptornis, osteology and relation- 
ship, P1320. 
booby, Maryland, P3030. 
Diatryma, Hargeria, Hesptrornu, 
osteology and relationship, 
P1320. 
hawks, Nebraska, P3003. 
Mancalla calif ornitTuis, Califor- 
nia, P124S. 
owl, Wyoming, P3031. 
remains of passerine, Florissant, 
Colo., P2215. 

Bison occidentalis, Minnesota, P2473. 

Bison regius, P2021. 

Bittium, west coast of America, 
P1826. 

Black Hills, cycadean trunks, P1141. 

blattoid, Cretaceous, P1439. 

Bolivia, plants, P2229. 

bones from Tise's Ford, Fla., P896. 

Bootherium, Pleistocene, P1627. 

Braehauchenius, skull, P1540. 

brachiopods, Acrothelt, PI 14, 1120. 
Acrotreta, Cambrian, P1299. 
Brooksina, Alaska, P2414. 
Cambrian, P1120, 1152, 1229, 1299, 

1395. 
Cymbidium, Alaska, P2649. 
Dalmanellas, Chemung formation, 

P1596. 
Georgia, P116. 
Harpidium, Alaska, P2569. 
inarticulate, Trenton limestooa, 

P775. 
iphidea, Cambrian, Pi 120. 



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Fossils, brachiopods (continued). 

L'tngula, preserving cast of pe- 
duncle, P746. 
Linjiulella, Cambrian, Pi 152. 
Linnarssonella, Cambrian, P1299. 
Obolella, subgenus Glyptias; Bi- 
cia; Obolus, subgenus lyestonia, 
Pi 229. 
Obolus and Lingulella. P11S2. 
Oldhamia in America, P1002. 
Productus giganteus in California, 

P113. 
Rensselatria mainensis, Maine, 

P1S27. 
Spirifer, Maine, P2144. 
Stricklandinia salteri and S. david- 

soni, Georgia, Pi 16. 
Triemelta related to Dalmanellas, 

Chemung formation, P1596. 
Yorkia, Cambrian, Pi 120. 
Brachyceratops, P2424. 
Branchiopods. (See under Fossils, 

crustaceans.) 
British Columbia, new, Middle 

Cambrian, P2893. 
British West Indies. (See under 

Fossils, Trinidad.) 
Brittle-stars. (See under Fossils, 

echinoderms.) 
Brooksina, Alaska, P2414. 
bryozoans, Baltic Provinces, early 
Paleozoic, B77. 
Canal Zone and related areas, 

B103, pt. 6. 
cheilostomatous, P2640. 
Corynotrypa, new genus, B1797. 
cyclostomatous, P2443, 2593. 
Galapagos Islands, P2810. 
Gulf of Mexico region, P2710. 
Hederelloidea, Paleozoic, P3068. 
Homotrypa, structural features, 
with descriptions of species from 
Cincinnatian group, P1323. 
Ordovician and Silurian, study of 

James types, P1442. 
Tertiary, B96, 106. 
Tertiary and Quaternary, North 

America, B125. 
tubuliporoid, new genus (Cory- 
notrypa), P1797. 
Vincentown limesand, B165. 
Burgess shale, restudy of, P28S4. 
Buthotrephis, Indiana, Silurian, 

P1255. 
California, auk, P1245. 
brittle-star, Santa Cruz Mountain!, 

PI 620. 
Caryophyllia, Pi 194. 
cetacean, Santa Barbari County, 

P2564. 
crabs, P1647, 2214. 
Cretaceous and Tertiary, Santa 

Cruz Mountains, P1617. 
mollusks, P8, 1545, 2938. 
plants, P679. 
post-Pliocene, coast range, P2. 



Fossils, California (continued). 
Productus giganteus, Pi 13. 
raccoon, P1435. 
San Pedro fauna, P2535. 
spiral forms from, P2836. 
Tertiary, distribution of fossils, 

P14. 
whale skull, Miocene, from Lom- 
poc, P2435. 
Calvert Cliffs, Md., P2462, 2483. 
Calvert formation, Md., booby, 

P3030; porpoise, P2482. 
Cambrian, Brachiopoda, Acrotreta, 
Linnarssonella, Obolus, P1299 ; 
IpfiiJea, Yorkia, and Acro- 
tliele, P1120; new genera and 
species, P1395; Obolus and Lin- 
gulella, P1152; Obolella (sub- 
genus Glyptias), Bicia, Obolus 
(subgenus Weslonia), P1229. 
Crustacea, Conchostraca, P2847. 
faunas, China, PHIS, 1458. 
Lower, hydrozoan, P2954; new 

genera and species, P763. 
Lower and Middle, Crustacea, 

P2806. 
Middle, British Columbia, P2893; 
crustaceans, P2899; jellyfishes, 
P1086; new genera and species, 
P738. 
Upper, new forms, P820. 
Camehps, P2025. 
Camerinidae, Mexican, P3052. 
Camptosaurus, Pi 519, 1666, 1878. 
Camptostroma, Lower Cambrian, 

P2954. 
Canada, Toronto, Unios, P952. 
Canadian formations and fossils of 

south Manchuria, B164. 
Canal Zone, algae, B103, pt. 1. 
Bryozna, B103, pt. 6. 
Cirripedia, B103, pt. 8. 
Echini, B103, pt. 5; P2218. 
Foraminifera, B103, pts. 3, 4. 
palm nut, P2356. 
plants, B103, pt. 2. 
sedimentary formations, B103, pt. 
10. 
Carboniferous, air-breathing verte- 
brates in National Museum, 
Pi 696; amphibians, Illinois, 
P1828; invertebrate, P86; nevT 
and old species, P1614; new mol- 
luscan genera, P1372. 
cave deposit near Cumberland, Md., 

Pleistocene, P2014. 
Ceno7oic, invertebrate types in Na- 
tional Museum, P568; inverte- 
brates, Arkansas, Wyoming, Colo- 
rado, and Utah, P137; late, verte- 
brate faunas, San Pedro Valley, 
Ariz., P3155; types in National 
Museum, P520. 
Central America, B103, pts. 9, 11. 
Ceratops beds of Wyoming, croco- 
dile, P1762. 



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Fossils (continued). 

Ceratosaurus, osteology, BllO. 

Ceratnsfjurus nasicornls. Pi 648. 

Ceni/nopsis, west coast of America, 
P1823. 

Cestorrinus, P3080. 

Chemung formation, Dalmanellas 
and a new brachiopod genus, 
Thiemella, Pi 596. 

Chesapeake group, outline of divi- 
sion*. P2759. 

China, P1415, 1458, 1549, 1557, 266L 

Chisiernon? interpositum, P1665. 

Choctawhatchee marl, mollusks, 
P2169. 

Chondrodonta, new Cretaceous mol- 
lusk, P1257. 

Cincinnatian group, structural fea- 
tures of Hnmotrypa, P1323. 

Cirripedia. (See under Fossils, crus- 
taceans.) 

Clndophlehis, Potomac group, P1862. 

collecting and preparing, directions 
for, B39k. 

Colombia, crocodilian, P3122; Ter- 
tiarv plants, P2795. 

Colorado, Cretaceous, P207, 1611. 
Florissant, beetles, P2189; bird, 
P2215; insects, P19S5, 1982, 
2000, 2189, 2210. 
insects. Eocene, P2358, 2556. 
invertebrates. Cretaceous, PI 611; 

Mesnzoic and Cenozoic, P137. 
plants, P2151. 2556. 

Colorado Desert, mollusks, P1256. 

Comanche series, Trinity division, 
Tex., plants, P934. 

Conchostraca, Cambrian bivalved 
Crustacea, P2847. 

conndonts, bibliography of early 
Mississippian species, P2701 ; De- 
vonian and Mississippian species, 
P2613. 

corals, Caryophyllia, California, 
P1194. 
Central America, Cuba, and Puerto 
Rico, with account of American 
Tertiary, Pleistocene, and Recent 
coral reefs, B103, pt. 9. 
Japanese, Pi 194. 
Neocene, United States, PI 193. 
Texas, P2820. 
West Indian, P2975. 

Cornivfillius, osteology and denti- 
tion, P2521. 

Corynecrinus, Devonian crinoid ge- 
nus, P2972. 

Corynolrypa, new bryozoan genus, 
P1797. 

Costa Rica, B103, pt. 5; P2218. 2367. 

Crabs. (See under Fossils, crusta- 
ceans.) 

Crendonts. (See under Fossils, mam- 
mals.) 

Cretaceous, Arkansas and Colorado, 
P207. 
blattoid, P1439. 



Fossils, Cretaceous (continued). 

California, Santa Cruz Mountains, 
P1617. 

Camerinidae, Mexican, P3052. 

coral, Texas. P2820. 

crabs. South Dakota, P2182. 

invertebrates, Colorado, P1611; 
Kansas and Texas, P93. 

Lower, Cycadeoidea, Black Hills, 
P1141 ; dinosaur. South Dakota, 
PI 224. 

mollusks, P1109, 1257, 2860. 

Pinna, New Mexico, Pi 15. 

reptile, P1870, 2745. 

rudistid, Mexico, P2379. 

Santa Cruz Mountains, Calif., 
P1617. 

sea-urchin, F25S7. 

sponge. New Jersey. P2019. 

Upper, crinoids from Mexico, 
P2426; dinosaurs. Two Medi- 
cine formation, P3066; fern, 
Wyoming, Pi 994; Foraminifera, 
Trinidad, P2914; invertebrate 
faunas, Carolinas, P2706; liz- 
ards, Utah. P3148. 3158, 3163; 
shells, Tamaulipas, P2422. 
Crinoids. (See under Fossils, echino- 

derms.) 
crustaceans, Apodidae, Pi 117. 

branchiopods, Harpidium, Alaska, 
P2569. 

Cambrian, Lower and Middle, 
P2806. 

Cirripedia, BI03, pt. 8; P2515. 

Conchostraca, Cambrian, P2847. 

crabs, California, Pi 647, 2214; 
Florida, P2786; Haiti, P2477; 
South Dakota, P2182; Texas, 
P2727. 

decapods, Mexico, P2851; Pana- 
ma, B103, pt. 7; West Indies, 
P2343. 

Dip el lis, PI 117. 

merostome. Middle Cambrian, 
P2899. 

North America, Pacific slope, 
B138. 

ostrarods, Beyrichiidae, revision, 
Pi 646; Paleozoic, upper Car- 
boniferous. P1446. 

Panama region, B103, pt. 7. 

Protocnrif, PI 117. 
Cuba, B103, pt. 9; P2491. 
Cumberland Cave deposit. (See un- 
der Fossils, Maryland.) 
Cycadeoidea, or cycadean trunks, 

Black Hills, P1141. 
CymhiJitim, Alaska, P2649. 
Dakota formation, invertebrate fau- 
na. P995. 
Dalmanellas, Chemung formation, 

PI 596. 
Decapods. (See under Fossils, Crus- 
taceans.) 
Desmostylus, osteology and denti- 
tion, P2521. 



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Fossils (continued). 

Desmostylus hesperus, extinct siren- 

ian, P2113. 
Devonian, brachiopod, Rensselaeria 
mainensis, Maine, Pi 527. 
conodonts, American, P2613. 
crinoids, P2793, 2972. 
Lower, formations of Maryland, 

P1313. 
Middle, molluscan j^enus from 
China, P2661 ; Traverse group, 
P2811. 
plants, New York and Pennsyl- 
vania, P928. 
Diastoma, west coast of America, 

Pi 802. 
Diatryma, osteology and relation- 
ship, PI 320. 
D'tceratherium armatum, Montana, 

P2948. 
Dimetrodon gigas, skeletal anatomy, 

P2300. 
Dinosaurs. (Sec under Fossils, rep- 
tiles.) 
Dinotocrinus, crinoid genus, P3103. 
Dipeltii, Pill 7. 

Diplodocus, skeleton in National Mu- 
seum, P2941. 
Discocyclina, Eocene, P2800. 
Dolatocrinus and allies, B115. 
Dominican Republic, plants, P236J. 
echinoderms, Asteroidea, revision, 
B88. 
brittle-star, Santa Cruz Moun- 
tains. Calif., PI 620. 
Canal Zone and Costa Rica, BIOS, 

pt. 5; P2218. 
crinoids, Apiocrinus, P2S90; Ces- 
tocrinus, P3080; Corynecrinus, 
Devonian, P2972; Dinotocrinus, 
P3103; Dolatocrinus, BUS; Ho- 
mocrinus, notes on, P2038; 
Jurassic, P1664; Knobstone for- 
mation, P1850; notes on un- 
usually fine slab, P2009; Page- 
crinus, P2793 ; Pentacrinus, 
Alaska, VZSll ; Rhopocrinus, 
P3144; unusual forms, P2581; 
Vasocrinus, P2760; West Indies, 
P2S16. 
echinoids, Mexican, P301S; Pam- 
lico, P3113. 
pentremite, P1467. 
•ea-urchin, Scutellaster cretacetu, 

P2557. 
Stelleroidea, revision with refer- 
ence to Asteroidea. B88. 
Ecuador, mollusks, P2946. 
Edestus and related genera, P1699. 
Edmunds formation, Washington 

County, Maine, P1985. 
Ehrenbergina, P266S. 
EUphas roosevelti, description el 

type, P2571. 
Eadothyra trnata, P91. 



Fossils (continued). 

Eocene, Bridger, Machatroidet 
eothen, sabertooth crcodont from, 
P3202. 
crabs, P2727, 2786. 
flower, P1980. 

Foraminifera, P2567, 2800. 
Fulgoridae, P2380. 
insects, P2313, 2358. 
lower, caddis case, Tennessee, 

P2686. 
middle, palm fruit. Peru, P2652; 

Sinopa, osteology, P1449. 
mollusks, P134, 2518. 
owl, Wyoming, P3031. 
plants and insects, Green River, 

Colo., P2SS6. 
primates, relationship with Pale- 

ocene, P2469. 
snake, Alabama, P1164. 
Equus lambei, Pleistocene, Yukon, 

P2212. 
Esmeralda formation, Nev., flora, 

P2719. 
Eurhinodelphis, North American, 

P2563. 
Eutrephoceras sloani. Eocene, South 

Carolina, P2S18. 
Exogyra, Texas, Austin Chalk, P2815. 
Ferns. (See under Fossils, plants.) 
fishes, Coitus beldingif, Nevada, 
P2519. 
Edestus and related genera, Plfi99. 
Haiti, P247S. 

in National Museum, P2177. 
Leuciscus turneri, Miocene, Ne- 
vada, P1212. 
Macrocheilus, Plectottylut, and 

Soleniscus, P366. 
Paleozoic, characters, P866. 
Pleistocene, Florida, P2291. 
pycnodont, American, P2036. 
scales from Peru, P2355. 
sculpin, Nevada, P2519. 
stickleback, Nevada, P152S. 
Florida, bones, Tise's Ford, P396. 
crab. P2786. 
mammalian and fish remains, 

P2291. 
mollusks, B90; P2612, 2887. 
•ea-cow, P2438. 
turtle, P2687. 
Florissant. (See under Fossils, Colo- 
rado.) 
footprints, Fort Union, Montana, 

P27S0. 
Foraminifera, Camerinidae, Mexi- 
can, P3052. 
Canal Zone, B103, pts. 3, 4. 
Cretaceous, Upper, Trinidad, 

P2914. 
Discocyclina, Eocene, P2300. 
Ehrenbergina, P2665. 
Endothyra ornata, note on, F9L 
Eocene genus, new, P2567. 
Ltpidocyclina related to L, mmn- 
telli, P2680, 



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Fossils, Foraminifera (continued). 

Operculina and Operculinotdes. 

Tertiary, P2996. 
Polymorphinidae, monograph, 

P2829. 
Ripley formation, Tenn., P2816. 
Fort Union, Montana, footprints, 
P27S0. 
liverwort, P1639. 

mammalian fauna of Crazy Moun- 
tain field, B169. 
mammals, Paleocene, P2981. 
marsupial, with notes on Myrme- 
cobidae and other farailie* ot 
group, P2077. 
plants, P921. 
primates, P2469. 
Galapagos Islands, bryozoans, P2810. 
gasteropods. (See under Fossils, 

mollusks.) 
Georgia, brachiopods, P116; Fhnt 
River, invertebrate fauna, P2162. 
Gi^antopteris, in North America, 

P1873. 
Gleichcnla. Wyoming, P1994. 
Glyptias, subgenus of OboUlla, 

P1229. 
Gomphotherium cimarronis, Texas, 

P2S72. 
Gomphotherium ehf^ans, Pleistocene, 

Kansas, P2198. 
Grand Canyon, insect. P269S; sup- 
posed jellyfish, P3104. 
graptolites, Hamilton, Ontario, B6S. 
Great Britain, insects, P2119. 
Greenland, plants, P679. 
Green River group, P266. 
Gulf of Mexico region, Bryozoa, 

P2710. 
Haiti, Cirripedia, P2S15; crabs, 
P2477; fish, P2475; mollusks, 
P2491 ; plants, P2460. 
Haliotis, California Miocene, P2938. 
Hamulus, operculate Serpula. P2359. 
Harden a, osteology and relationship, 

Pl'320. 
Harpidium, Alaska, P2569. 
Hederelloidea, Paleozoic, P3068. 
Hell Creek beds, Montana, alligator, 

PI860. , 

Hesperornis, osteology and relation- 
ship, P1320. 
Homocrinus, notes on, P2038. 
Homotrypa, structural features, 

P1323. 
Hydrozoans, Camptostromn, Lower 

Cambrian, P2954. 
Idaho, P2375, 2950, 2976, 2985. 
Iguanodon, notes on brain-cas«, 

P1660. 
Illinois, P1828. 
Inclined strata, measuring thicknesi 

of, P739. 
Indian Territory, Afton, R1901, pt. 

2, No. 2. 
Indiana, algae, P12S5. 



Fossils (continued). 

insects, American, P2146. 
Argentina, Tertiary, P2602. 
Arizona, Petrified Forest, Trias- 

8ic, P3033. 
beetles, cockroaches, and tsetse 

flies, P2237. 
beetles, Florissant, Colo., P2189. 
blattoid. North American, P1439. 
British, P2119. 

caddis case. Lower Eocene, Ten- 
nessee, P2686. 
Coleoptera, Florissant in National 

Museum, P1982. 
Colorado, Florissant, P1955, 1982, 
2000, 2189, 2210; Florissant, 
dragonflies, P2000; Green River, 
Eocene, P2556. 
dragonflies, Colorado, P2000. 
Fulgoridae, Eocene, P2380. 
Grand Canyon, lower Permian, 

P2695. 
in National Museum, P2503. 
Paleozoic, revision, P1441. 
Rocky Mountains, P2313. 
Siberia, Tertiary, P2606. 
Tertiary, P2181, 2602, 2606. 
invertebrate faunas, Carolinas, Up- 
per Cretaceous, P2706. 
invertebrates, type and figured spea- 
mens in National Museum, BS3, 
pt. 1, sect. 1. 
Iowa, wood, P677. 
Iphidea, Cambrian, P1120. 
Japan, coral, P1194. 
Jurassic, crinoids, P1664; Lower 
Jurassic flora, Alaska, P2158; rep- 
tiles. P1S19, 1666, 1698. 
Kansas, P93, 1554, 1796, 2198. 
Kentriodon pernix, Maryland, P2645. 
Kentucky, Columbus and Hickman, 
Mississippi River bluffs at, flora, 
P2074; plants, P679. 
Kinosternon arizonenst, Arizona, 

P245L ^, , 

Kirtland formation. New Mexico, 

reptiles, P2978. 
Knobstone formation, cnnoid fauna, 

P1850. ^ , ^, 

labyrinthodont, Kansas Coal Meas- 
ures, P1796. , 
Lance formation, Wyoming, P2127, 

2137, 2S75. 
Laramie group, molluscan forms, 

P266. 
Leidyosuchus sternbergtt, Wyommg, 

P1762. 
Lepidocycllna related to L. man- 

telli, P2680. 
Leptonacea, North America and 

West Indies, PI 177. 
Leuciscus turneri, Miocene, Nevada, 

P1212. 
Lingula, preserving cast of pcdua- 

cle, P746. 
LinguUlla, Cambrian, P1152. 



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Fossils (continued). 

Linnarssonella, Cambrian, P1299. 
Lithothamnieae, B103, pt. 1; P24S3. 
Lizards. (See under Fossils, rep- 
tiles.) 
Louisiana, P679, 690, 2943. 
Lower California, R189S, pt. 2, No. 

3. 
Lucinacea, synopsis, P1237. 
Machaeroides eothen, Bridger Eo- 
cene, P3202. 
Macrocheilus, P366. 
Maine, P223, 1527, 2144; Washing- 

ton County, P1908, 1985, 2225. 
mammalian faunas, central Utah, 

Paleocene, P3121. 
mammals, Anancus brazosius, Texas, 
P2572. 
Arizona, P1500. 

BasUosaurus cetoides, pelvic gir- 
dle, P1211. 
Bison occidentalis, Minnesota, 

P2473. 
Bison regius, P2021. 
bisons, North American, PI 172, 

2021, 2473. 
Bontlieritim, Pleistocene, P1627. 
camels, Camelops, P2025. 
cetaceans, California, P2564; Cal- 
vert Cliffs, Md., P2462. 
Corniva/liits, osteology and denti- 
tion, P2521. 
creodont, osteology of middle 
Eocene Sinopa, P1449. 
sabertooth, Machaeroides eothen, 
Bridger Eocene, P3202. 
Desmostylus, osteology and den- 
tition, P2521. 
dog, Miocene, Maryland, P3035. 
Elephas roosevelti, description of 

type, P2571. 
Fort Union, Montana, B169; 

P2077, 2469, 2981. 
Gomphotherium cimarronis, Tex- 
as, P2572. 
Gomphotherium elegans, Pleisto- 
cene, Kansas, P2198. 
hares, Idaho, late Pliocene. P2976. 
horses, Etjuits lambei. Pleistocene, 
Yukon, P2212; Idaho, upper 
Pliocene, P2985; notes on, with 
descriptions of new species, 
P1969. 
Machaer aides eothen, Bridger 

Eocene, P3202. 
mammoths, circulars regarding, 

C48. S3, 
marsupial, Fort Union, P2077. 
mastodons, circulars regarding, 
C48. S3; Kansas, P2198; Texas, 
P2572. 
Menaptera miocaena, California, 

P2435. 
Merycoidodon, mounted skeleton, 
P1492. 



Fossils, mammals (continued). 

Myrmecobidae and other families 
of Fort Union, P2077. 

Ovihos, Pleistocene, Pi 627. 

Paleocene, Louisiana, P2943. 

peccaries, Cumberland Cave de- 
posit. Pleistocene, P2324. 

Pleistocene, North America, 
P2086. 

porpoise, Calvert formation, Md., 
P2482; Eurhinodelphis, North 
American, P2S63; Kentriodon 
pernix, P2645; skull of Zarha- 
chis flagellator, P2600. 

primates, Paleocene, Fort Union, 
P2469. 

FiiloJiis, notes on, P1689. 

raccoon, California, Pleistocene, 
P1435. 

remains from Pleistocene of Flor- 
ida, P2291. 

rhinoceros, Diceratherium arma- 
tum, Montana, P2948; Trigo- 
nias osborni. South Dakota, 
P1207. 

rodent, horned, Kansas, P1S54. 

ruminant, Pleistocene, New Mex- 
ico, P1447; notes on, P1627. 

sea-cow, Metaxytherium fiorida- 
num. Florida, P2438. 

seal, Miocene of Maryland, P1475. 

Sinopa, osteology, P1449. 

sirenian, Desmostylus hesperut, 
P21i3. 

squalodonts, Calvert Cliffs, Md., 
P2462. 

Titanotheres, possible Paleocene 
relative, P2187. 

tusk from Clearwater County, 
Idaho, encrusted with vivianite, 
P2375. 

walrus (?) from Maine, P223. 

whales, P243S, 2483. 

X enarthra, Pleistocene, Texas, 
P2147. 

2euglodon3, P1211, 1975. 
Mancalla calijorniensis, California, 

P1245. 
Manchuria, south, B164. 
Maryland, Arundel formation, 
P2389. 

Calvert Cliffs, P2462, 2482, 2483, 
3030. 

Cumberland Cave, fauna, B171; 
P2014, 2324. 

dog, Miocene, P3035. 

Lower Devonian and Ontaric for- 
mations, PI313. 

peculiar forms, P2688. 

plants, P1821. 

porpoise, P264S. 

seal, P1475. 

turtle, P1669. 



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FoMiLS (continued). 

medusae, jellvfishes, Middle Cam- 
.brian, P1086; pre-Cambrian of 
Grand Canyon, P3104. 
Mei;alosaurus, notes on brain case, 

P1660. . 

M e^aptera miocaena, California, 

P2435. 
Merycoidodon, mounted skeleton, 

P1492. 
Mesozoic, Arkansas, Wvomin^, Col- 
orado, and Utah, P137; St. Pauls 
and St. Peters Islands, Straits of 
Magellan, P793 ; types in National 
Museum. P520, 568. 
Metaxytherium flor'idonum, P2438. 
Mexico, Camerinidae, Tertiary, 
P3052. 
crinoids, P2426, 
crustaceans, P28S1. 
Echini, P3015. 
Foraminifera. P2800. 
mammals. P1500. 
mollusks, P2379, 2731; Taraaul- 

ipas, P2422. 
plants, Miocene, P2465. 
Puebla, gastropod from, P131. 
spiral forms from, P2836. 
Micbig?n, Middle Devonian Tra- 
verse group of rocks, P2811. 
Minnesota, bison, P2473. 
Miocene, auk, Moncalln caUforn'ien- 
sis, California, F1245. 
boobv. Maryland, P3030. 
Cirripedia, Haiti, P2515. 
dog, Maryland, P3035. 
fauna, subtropical, Arctic Siberia, 

P946. 
fish, Nevada, P1212. 
flora, Alaska. P300. 
hawks, Nebraska. P3003. 
lower, algae, P2453. 
mollusks, P2559, 2759, 2938. 
palm nut. Canal Zone, P2356. 
plants, P2270. 2465. 
porpoise, Maryland, P2645. 
rhinoceros, South Dakota, P1207. 
rodent, Kansas, P1554. 
seal, Maryland, P1475. 
turtle, Maryland, P1669. 
upper, brittle-star, PI 620. 
Mississippian conodonts, P2613, 2701. 
Mitrospira, Ordovician gasteropod 

genus, P2819. 
molluscan forms. Laramie and Green 

River groups, P266. 
mollusks. Actaeon, Quaternary bluffs, 
California, P1145. 
Alabina, west coast of America, 

PI 790. 
Alvania, west coast of America, 

P1863. 
Aspen shale, Wyoming, P2860. 
Austin chalk, P2815. ' 
Eathmopterus, gasteropod, Ala»- 
ka, P2763. 



Fossils, mollusks (continued). 

Bittium, west coast of America, 

Pt826. 
Carboniferous, P1372. 
Cerith'topsis, west coast of Amer- 
ica, P1823. 
Chortawhatchee marl, P2169. 
Chondrodonta, Cretaceous, P1257. 
Colorado Desert, P1256. 
Cretaceous, Mexico, P2379; south- 
western Wyoming. P2860. 
Dakota formation, P995. 
Devonian, Middle, China, P2661. 
Diastoma, west coast of America, 

P1802. 
Ecuador, P2946. 
Eocene, southern United States, 

P134. 
Eutrephncrras sloonl, Eocene, 

South Carolina, P2518. 
Exo^vra, Texas, P281S. 
Florida, P2612. 
gasteropods, P131, 2763, 2819. 
Green River group. P266. 
//fl/io///, California Miocene,P2938. 
Leptonacea, North America and 

West Indies, PI 177. 
Lucinacea, synopsis, P1237. 
Marrorheilus, Plectostylus, and 

Soleniscus, P366. 
Mexico. Puebla, PI31; Tamaul- 

ipas, P2422. 
Miocene. California. P2938; Trini- 
dad. P2559; Virginia, and North 
Carolina. P2759. 
Mitrospira, Ordovician gasteropod 

genus, P2819. 
nuculites, Washington County, 

Maine, Silurian, P2225. 
Oligocene, Tampa, Fla., B90. 
Ordovician gasteropod genus, 

P2819. 
Orihaulax, Haiti, Puerto Rico, and 

Cuba. Tertiary. P2491. 
Orthaulax ptignax zone, Oligo- 
cene, Tampa, B90. 
Ostrea, Texas, P2815. 
Peru, upper Amazon, P2748. 
Pinna, New Mexico. PI 15. 
Pterin fa, revision, PI 600. 
Pycnodetma, Alaska, P2692. 
Remondia, Cretaceous, P1109. ^ 
Rissoina, west coast of America, 

P2094. 

Silurian, Alaska, P2692, 2763; 

Washington County, Maine, 

P1908. 

Tertiary, southern California, 

Pl';4S; southern Florida. P2887. 

Texas. Austin Chalk, P2815; Rey- 

nosa formation, P2798. 
Truckee group, P267. 
Unionidae, distribution of north- 
eastern North American, P952. 
Unios, Toronto, Canada, P9S2 ; Tri- 
assic Staked Plain^ Tex. ; P1072. 



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Fossils, mollusks (continued). 

Vicksburg (Oligocene), Mexico, 

P2731. 
West Indian, P2254. 

Montana, alligator, Pi 860; dino- 
saurs, P3066; footprints, P27S0; 
liverwort, P1639; mammals, B169, 
P2981; plants, P918. 921; reptiles, 
P2839; rhinoceros, P2948; wood, 
P677. 

(See also under Fossils, Fort 
Union.) 

Morosaurus (tgllis, with note on 
Camptosaurus, Pi 519. 

Myrmecobidae and other families of 
Fort Union, P2077. 

Naf^e'iopsis, revision, P1738. 

Nebraska, hawks, P3003. 

Nematophyton crassum, notes on, 
P929. 

Neocene corals, United States, P1193. 

Nevada, fishes, P1212. 1528, 2519; 
flora, P2719; sculpin, P2519; 
sponge fauna, early Ordovician 
(Pogonip), P3126. 

New Jersey, reptile, P2728; sponge, 
P2019. 

New Mexico, mollusks, P115; plants, 
P821; reptiles, P2978 ; ruminant, 
PI 447; wood, Araucarioxylon 
arizon'taim, P676. 

New York, plants, P928. 

Niagaran dolomites, Hamilton, On- 
tario, B65. 

Niagaran strata, late, Tennessee, 
P1621. 

North Carolina, Miocene mollusks, 
P27S9; Upper Cretaceous inverte- 
brate faunae, P2706. 

Obolella, subgenus Glyptiai, PI 229. 

Obolus, Cambrian, P11S2, 1229, 
1299. 

Ohio, Warren and Clinton Counties, 
P2671. 

Oklahoma, plants, P2256; remains 
from sulphur spring, R1901, pt. 2, 
No. 2. 

Oldhamia in America. P1002. 

Olenellus zone, North American, 
P763. 

Oligocene, invertebrate fauna, Flint 
River, Ga., P2162; lizards, Wy- 
oming, P3124; mollusks, B90, 
P2731. 

One-hundredth Meridian, west of, 
turtles, P1747. 

Ontario formations, Maryland, 
P1313. 

Ontario, Hamilton, graptolites, B65. 

Operctilina and Operculiiioides, Ter- 
tiary, P2996, 

Ordovician, bibliographic index of 
American, B92. 
Bryozoa, Tames types, P1442. 
China, Pl'549. 

early, Pogonip, sponge fauna, 
P3126. 



Fossils, Ordovician (continued). 

jformations and fossils, louth Ma»> 

churia, B164. 
pasternpod genus, P2819. 
trilobites, Telephidae, P2818. 
Ore eon, plants, P679; reptile, 

P2745. 
Orthaulax, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Cuba, 

Tertiary, P2491. 
Orthaulax pugnax zone, Oligocene, 

Tampa, B90. 
Ostracods. (See under Fossils, crus- 
taceans.) 
Ostrea, Texas, Austin Chalk, P2815. 
Ovibos, Pleistocene, Pi 627. 
Pa^ecrinns, Devonian crinoid ge- 
nus, P2793. 
Paleocene, footprints, P2750. 

mammals, Louisiana. P2943 ; Mon- 
tana, Fort Union, P2981 ; ti- 
tanotheres, possible relative of, 
P2187; primates. Fort Union, 
P2469; Utah, P3121. 
Paleolithic. (See under Anthropol- 
ogy.) 
Paleontology, division of vertebrate, 

history, P3109. 
Paleozoic, bryozoans, Hederelloidea, 
P3068. 
early, Baltic Provinces, B77. 
fishes, characters, P866. 
insects, P1441. 
ostracods, P1446, 1646. 
Stelleroidea, revision, B88. 
upper, China, P1557. 
Palmoxylon, Louisiana. P690. 
Pamlico, echinoids, PJ113. 
Panama, B103, pt. 7. 
Pembroke formation, Washington 

County, Maine, P1985. 
Pennsylvania, plants, P928, 2154. 
Pentacrinus, in Alaska. P2577. 
pentremites. (See under Fossils, 

echinoderms.) 
Permian, lower, insect. Grand Can- 
yon, P269S. 
Peru, fish scales, P2355; mussels 
from upper Amazon, P2748; palm 
fruit, P2652; plants. P2270. 
Pinna, Cretaceous, New Mexico, PUS. 
plants, A crosti chapter is, revision, 
P1769. 
Alabama, P688. 

Alaskan, P300, 679. 998, 2158. 
algae, Buthotrephis, Indiana, 
P1255; Lithothamniae, P103, pt. 
1; P2453. 
Argentina, P2743. 
Aspen shale, Wyoming, P2953. 
California, P679. 
Canal Zone, B103. 
Ctadophlebis, Potomac group, 

P1862. 
collecting, directions for, B39b. 
Colombia, Tertiary, P2795. 
Columbus and Hickman, Ky. 
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237 



Fossils, plants (continued). 

Costa Rica, P2367. 

C)-cadeoidca, or cvcadean trunks, 
Black Hills, Pli41. 

Dominican Republic, P2363. 

Esmeralda formation, Nevada, 
P2719. 

fern, Cladophlebis and Thyrsop- 
terls, P1862; Gleichenia, Wy- 
oming, PI 994. 

Florissant Lake beds, P2151. 

flower. Eocene, P1980. 

Fort Union, Montana, P921. 

Gi^^antopteris, in North America, 
P1873. 

Great Falls coal field, Montana, 
P918. 

Greei River Eocene, Colo., P2556. 

Greenland, P679. 

gymnospermous, Potomac group in 
Maryland and Virginia, P1821. 

Haiti, P2460. 

identified by Prof. Lesquereux, 
P606. 

Indiana, P1255. 

Kentucky, P679. 

Lit/iospermum, nutlets of genus, 
P2734. 

liverwort, Fort Union, Mont., 
P1639. 

Louisiana, P679, 690. 

marine, P792. 

Mexico, P2465. 

Na^eiopsis, P1738. 

Nematophyton crassum, notes on, 
P929. 

New Mexico, P821. 

New York and Pennsylvania, De- 
vonian, P928. 

Nilsonia, revision, P1769. 

nutlets of genus Lithospermum, 
P2734. 

Oklahoma, P2256. 

Oldhamia, P1002. 

Oregon, P679. 

palm fruit, Peru, VZ^SZ. 

palm nut, Canal Zone, P2356. 

Palmoxylon, Louisiana, P690. 

Pennsylvania, P2154. 

Peru, P2270. 

Plat anus, paleontologic history, 
P680. 

Potomac group, P1769, 1821, 1862. 

remains considered marine, P792. 

Sapindopsis, revision, P1769. 

Taeniopteris, revision, PI 769. 

Tertiary, western North Ameri- 
can, P306. 

Texas, Trinity division, Coman- 
che series, P934. 

Thyrsopteris, Potomac group, 
P1862. 

trees in National Museum, P2S7. 

Trinidad, P2SS8. 

type and fieured specimens in 
National Museum, catalog of, 
B53, pt. 2, sect. S. 

711l7S-47-l« 



Fossils, plants (continued), 

Venezuela, P2388, 2988. 
(See also under Fossils, wood.) 
Platanus, paleontologic history, P6tO. 
Plectostylus, P366. 
Pleistocene, cave deposit near Cum- 
berland, Md., r2014. 
Cirripedia, Haiti, P2515. 
coral reefs, B103, pt. 9. 
flora, Trinidad, P2558. 
horse, Yukon Territory, P2212. 
mammalian and fish remains, 

Florida. P2291. 
mammals. North America, P2086; 

Texas, P2147. 
mastodon, Kansas, P2198. 
peccaries, Cumberland Cave de- 
posit, P2324. 
raccoon, California, P1435. 
ruminants, New Mexico, P1447; 
Ovibos and Bootherium, P1627. 
turtles, Florida, P2687. 
vertebrates, P2391 ; Cumberland 
Cave, Md., B171 ; southwestern 
Texas, P2625; United States, 
P2328. 
plesiosaurs, relationships, P1540. 
Pliocene, brackish-water fauna, 
southern Coastal Plain, P2023 ; 
crab, California, P2214; late Plio- 
cene hares, Idaho, P2976; upper 
Pliocene horse remains, Idaho, 
P2985; turtle, Idaho, P2950. 
Poeonip sponges, P3126. 
Poly glyphano don, osteology, P3148. 
Polymorphinidae, monograph. P2829. 
post-Pliocene, California, P2. 
Potomac group, plants, P1769, 1821, 

1862. 
pre-Cambrian supposed jellyfish, 

P3104. 
Productus giganteus in California, 

P113. 
Protocaris, PI 11 7. 
Ptertnea, revision, P1600. 
Ptilodus, notes on, P1689. 
Puerto Rico, corals, BIOS, pt. 9; 

mollusks, P2491. 
Pycnodesma, Alaska, P2692. 
Quaternary bluffs, California, PI 145. 
Quaternary Bryozoa, B125. 
Remondia, Cretaceous, PI 109. 
Rensselaeria mainensis, Maine, 

PI 527. 
reptiles, Alabama, P1870. 

alligator. Hell Creek beds, Mon- 
tana, P1860. 
Arizona, Trias, P1353. 
Brachauchenius, skull, PI 540. 
Camptosaurus, P1519, 1666, 187t. 
Ceratosaurus, osteology, BllO. 
Ceratosaurus nasicornis, P1648. 
crocodile, Wyoming, P1762. 
crocodilian, Colombia, P3122. 
Dimetrodon gigas, skeletal anat- 
omy, P2300. 



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Fossils, reptiles (continued). 

Dinosauria, armored, osteology, B89. 
dinosaurs, Alhsaurus fragtlis, fore 
limb, P2120. 
Brachyceratops, P2424. 
Camptosaurus, mounted skele- 
tons in National Museum, 
P1878. 
carnivorous, osteology, with spe- 
cial reference to Antrodemus 
(Allosaiirus) and Ceratosaur- 
iis, BllO; with reference to 
C eratosaurus nasicornis, 
P1648. 
crested, skull structure, P3023. 
Diplodocus skeleton in National 

Museum, P2941. 
Montana, P2839, 3066. 
Stegosauriis, osteology, B89. 

Stegosatirus mars/ii, South Da- 
kota, PI 224. 
Stegosaurtis stenops, in National 

Museum, F2241. 
Wyoming, P2127, 2875. ^ 
Iguanodon, notes on brain case, 

P1660. 
Jurassic, Wyoming, P1698. 
Le'tdyosuchtis sternbergii, Wyo- 
ming, P1762. 
lizards. North American, P3042; 
Oligocene, Wyoming, P3124; 
Saniiva er.sldens, Wyoming, 
P2418; Utah, P3148, 3163. 
Megalosaurus, notes on brain case, 

P1660. 
Morosaurus agilis, with note on 

Camptosaurus, Pi 5 19. 
mosasauroid, Alabama, P1870. 
New Jersey, Triassic, P2728. 
Oregon, P274S. 
skeletons in National Museum, 

P3196. 
snake, Alabama, PI 164. 
Stegosaurus, restoration, P2110. 
Tliescelosaurus, Wyominsr, P2127. 
tortoises. United States, Pi 181. 
Triceratnps, restoration, with notes 
on osteology, P2260; skull and 
brain, with notes on brain cases 
of Iguanodon and Megalosaur- 
ns, Pi 660. 
Trie eratops prorsus, mounted 

skeleton, P1426. 
turtles, A my da virginiana, P2823. 
Florida, P2687. 
Idaho, P2950. 

Kinosternon arizonense, Ari- 
zona, P2451. 
Maryland, P1669. 
new, P2292. 
New Mexico, P2978. 
North American, P1640. 
Testudo, Oligocene, Wyoming, 

P3199. 
Toxochelys stenopora and Ch'iS' 
ternonf interpositum, P1665. 
Tracbemys sculpta, shell, P2833. 



FossiLSj reptiles (continued). 
Utah, P3158. 

west of One-hundredth Merid- 
ian, P1747. 
Wyoming, P2137. 
Revnosa formation, Texas, mollusks, 

P2798. 
R/iopnrrinus, crinoid genus, P3144. 
Richmond faunal zones, Warren and 

Clinton Counties, Ohio, P2671. 
Ripley formation, Foraminif era, 

P2816. 
Rissohia, west coast of America, 

P2094. 
Rocky Mountains, insects, P2313. 
St. Pauls and St. Peters Islands, 

Straits of Magellan, P793. 
San Felipe formation, Mexico, rudls- 

tid, P2379. 
Santiva ensidens, Wyoming, P2418. 
Sapindops'is, revision, P1769. 
Scutellaster cretaceus, Cretaceous 

sea-urchin, P2557. 
Sea-urchins. (See under Fossili, 

echinoderms.) 
Serpula, annelid genus, P2359. 
Shells. (See under Fossils, mollusks.) 
Siberia, insects, P2606; Miocene fau- 
na, Arctic, P946. 
silicification of, P1637. 
Silurian, bibliographic index of 
American, 392. 
brachiopods, Alaska, P2649. 
Brvozoa, study of James types, 

PI 442. 
Edmunds and Pembroke forma- 
tions, Washington County, 
Maine, P1985. 
gasternpnd cenus, Bathmopterus, 

Alaska, P2763. 
Indiana, algae, Buthotrephis, 

PI25S. 

lower, fauna of Baffin Land, PI 1 92. 

mollusks, Pycnodesma, Alaska, 

P2692; Washington County, 

Maine, P1908. 

nuculitcs, Washington County, 

Maine, P2225. 
Spirifer, Maine, P2144. 
upper, Brnoksina, Alaska, P2414. 
Sinopa, osteology. Pi 449. 
skull of Zarliacliis flagellator, 

P2600. 
Snakes. (See under Fossils, reptiles.) 
Soleniscus, P366. 

South Carolina, invertebrate faunas. 
Upper Cretaceous, P2706; mol- 
lusks, P2518. 
South Dakota, crabs, P2182; dino- 
saur, P1224; rhinoceros, P1207. 
spiral forms, California and Mexico, 

P2836. 
Spirifer, Maine. P2144. 
sponges, Nevada, P3126; New Jer- 
sey. P2019. 
Stegosaurus, osteology, B89; restora- 
tion, P2110. 



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239 



Fossils (continued). 

Stet;osaurus marsh't, South Dakota, 

PI 224. 
Stegosaurus stenopt, mounted skele- 
ton in National Museum, P2241. 
StelLroidea, revision, B88. 
Stncklandlnia salteri and S. david- 

soni, Georgia, PI 16. 
Taeniopteris, revision, P1769. 
Telephidae, P2818. 
Tennessee, P1851; caddis case from, 
P2686; Foraminifera, P2816; Late 
Niagaran strata, P1621. 
Tertiary, Antillean region, PlllO. 
Bryozoa, B96, 106, 125. 
California, P14, 1617. 
Camerinidae, Mexican, P30S2. 
coral reefs. BIOS, pt. 9. 
crinoid. West Indies, P2516. 
crustaceans, West Indies, P2343. 
Foraminifera, Opercul'ina and Op- 

erculinoides, P2996. 
insects, P2181; Argentina, P2602; 

Siberia, P2606. 
Leptonacea, North America and 

West Indies. Pi 177. 
mollusks, California, P8 ; Florida, 
P2887; Haiti, Puerto Rico, and 
Cuba. P2491 ; southern Califor- 
nia, P154S. 
plants, Argentina, P2743 ; Colom- 
bia, P2795; Costa Rica, P2367; 
Dominican Republic, P2363; 
Haiti, P2460; North America, 
western, P306; Oklahoma, 
P2256; Venezuela. P2388, 2988. 
tortoises, United States, PI 181. 
United States, southern, P1035. 
Testudo, Wvoming, P3199. 
Texas, coral, P2820. 
crabs, P2727. 
invertebrates, P93. 
mammals, P2147. 
mastodon remains, P2572. 
mollusks, Austin Chalk, P2815; 
Reynosa formation, P2798; 
Staked Plakis, P1072. 
plants, Trinitv division, Coman- 
che series, P934. 
vertebrates. Pleistocene, P2625. 
Theacelosaurus, Wyoming, P2127. 
Thiemella related to Dalmanellas, 

Chemung formation, PI 596. 
Thyrsopteris, Potomac group, P1861 
Titanotheres, possible Paleocene re- 
lative, P2187. 
Tortoises. {See under Fossils, rep- 
tiles.) 
Toxodielys stenopora, P1665. 
Trachemys sculpta, shell, P2833. 
Traverse group of rocks. P2811. 
Trenton fauna of Baffin Land, 

P1192. 
Trenton limestone, inarticulate bra- 

chiopod, P775. 
Triassic, batrachian and reptile, 
Arizona, P1353. 



Fossils, Triassic (continued). 

btds in North America, P2644. 
insects. Petrified Forest National 

Monument, Arizona, P3033. 
plants, New Mexico, P821; Penn- 
sylvania, P2154. 
reptile, New lersey, P2728. 
Unios, Staked Plains, Tex., P1072. 
Triceraiops, restoration, with notes 
on osteology, P2260; skull and 
brain, with notes on brain cases of 
Iguanodon and M e galosaurus, 
P1660. 
Triceraiops prorsus, mounted skele- 
ton, P1426. 
Tri^onias osborni, South Dakota, 

PI 207. 
trilobites, Telephidae, P2818. 
Trinidad, algae, P2453; flora. Pleis- 
tocene, P2558; Foraminifera, 
P2914; mollusks, P2559. 
Truckee group, mollusks, P267. 
Turtles. (See under Fossils, reptiles.) 
Two Medicine formation, Montana, 

dinosaurian reptiles, P2839.^ 
type and figured specimens in the 

National Museum, B53. 
Unionidae, distribution of northeast- 
ern North American, P952. 
Unios, Toronto, Canada, P952; Tri- 
assic, Texas, P1072. 
Utah, invertebrates, P137; lizard, 
P3148, 3163; mammalian faunas, 
P3121; reptile, P3158. 
Vasocrlnus, crinoid genus, P2760. 
Venezuela, plants, P2388, 2988. 
vertebrates, additions to exhibition 
series, P1460. 
air-breathing, Carboniferous, 

P1696. 
Arizona. San Pedro Valley, P315S. 
exhibition series, notes on addi- 
tions, P1460. 
Pleistocene, southwestern Texas, 
P2625; types in National Mu- 
seum, P2391; United States, 
P2328. 
Triassic beds, continental, age of, 

P2644. . , 

type and figured specimens m Na- 
tional Museum, B53, pt. 2. 
Vicksburg (Oligocene) mollusks, 

Mexico, P2731. 
Vincentown lime sand, bryozoans, 

B16S. 
Virginia, mollusks, P2759; plants, 

P1821. 
Waverlyan period of Tennessee, 

P1851. 
Wesi Indies, corals, B103, pt. 9; 
P2975, crinoid, P2516; crusta- 
ceans, P2343; Foraminifera, 
P2996; Leptonacea, P1177; sedi- 
mentary formations, B103, pt. 11. 
Wtstonia, subgenus of Obolus, 
P1229. 



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Fossils (continued). 

wood, Araucarioxylon revision, P784; 
Araucarioxylon arizonicum, Ari- 
zona and New Mexico, P676; 
coniferous, Iowa and Montana, 
P677. 
Wyoming, crocodile, P1762. 
dinosaurs, P2127, 287S. 
fern, P1994. 
insects, P2358. 
invertebrates, P137. 
lizards, P2418, 3124. 
mollusks, P2860. 
owl, P3031. 
plants, P29S3. 
reptiles, P1698, 3199. 
turtles, P2137. 
Xenarthra, Texas Pleistocene, P2147. 
Yorkia, Cambrian, PI 120. 
Yukon Territory, horse, P2212. 
Zarhachis flagellator, skull, P2600. 
Foster, Lyman Spalding, B40. 
Foster, William T., birds collected In 
Paraguay, P1281; Locustidae and 
Gryllidae collected in Paraguay, P1450. 
Fouts, Robert Mann, P2484. 
Fowler, Henry Weed, BlOO, vols. 11-13, 14, 
pt, 2; P2294, 2906, 2931, 3032, 3106. 
(See also under Jordan and Fowler.) 
Fowler, H. W., and Bean, Barton Ap- 
pier, BlOO, vols. 7, 8, 10; P2338, 2448, 
2488, 2682. 
Fox, Gustavus Vasa, Russian Bouvenini 

in National Museum, P1725. 
Fox, Henry, P2176. 

Fox, Irving, and Ewing, Henry Ells- 
worth, P31S1. 
Foxes. (See under Mammals.) 
Franklin, Henry James, Pi 590. 
Fraser, Charles McLean, P3090, 3125. 
Frazer River, British Columbia, new fish, 

Couesia greeni, P938. 
Freer collection of art, catalog of objects 

exhibited in National Museum, B78. 
French Somaliland, East Africa, corals 

collected by Charles Gravier, PI 526. 
Frick Expedition, Ethiopia and Kenya 

Colony, birds, B153. 
Friedmann, Herbert, B153; P2830, 2901, 

2912, 2918, 2951. 
Friedmann, Herbert, and Ridgway, Rob- 
ert, BSO, pts. 9, 10. 
Frierson, Lorraine Screven, P2053. 
Frogs. (See under Amphibians.) 
Fuchsite, notes on, P2118. 
Fuegia, mosses, CNHl, No. 5 (2d arL-4). 
Fulgurites, PSS4. 
Fungiae. (See under Corals.) 
Funk Island Expedition, auk, R1888, pt. 

3, No. 3. 
Funston, Frederick, CNH3, No. &. 



Gadflies. (See under Insects, Diptera.) 
Gatke, Heinrich, P67. 
Gage, Robert Burns; Foshag, William 
Frederick; and Herman, Harry, P2669. 



Gahan, Arthur Burton, P2035, 2068, 2095, 

2197, 2252, 2261, 2279, 2299, 2445, 

2517, 2657. 2676, 2831, 2995, 3086, 311^ 

3137, 3173, 3200, 3203. 

Gahan, A. B., and Pagan, Margaret 

Mary, B124. 
Galipagos Islands, birds, P767, 1007, 
1067, 1116; bird skeletons, P798. 
bryozoan fauna, fossil, P2810. 
eel, Sidera chlevastes, P369. 
fishes, P770, 840. 
insects, Pi 143. 
isopods, Apseudes and Munnoftis, 

new, P1926. 
mollusks, P942. 
oystercatcher, Haematopuj galafa- 

gensis, P573. 
plants, CNHl. No. 5 (2d art.-2). 
Gallflies. (See under Insects, Hymenop- 

tera. 
Gallinules. (See under Birds.) 
Galveston Bay, parasites of fishes, P2977. 
Games. (See under Anthropology.) 
Gane, Henry Stewart, Pi 193. 
Gardner, Leon Lloyd, P2591. 
Garman, Samuel, B2S, pt. 6; P180, 482, 

514. 
Garman's paper on "The American Sal- 
mon and Trout," note on, P490. 
Gartersnakes. (See under Reptiles.) 
Gas, (See under Mineral Industries.) 
Gasteropods. (See under Fossils, mol- 
lusks.) 
Gates, Gordon Enoch, P2781, 3040. 
Gay, Mary Elizabeth, and Holmes, Sam- 
uel Jackson, PI 670. 
Gazelles. (See under Mammals.) 
Gazin, Charles Lewis, P2976, 2985, 3121, 

3155, 3202. 
Gazin, C. L., and Gidley, James Wil- 
liams, B171. 
Geare, Randolph Iltyd, R1897, pt. 2; B51. 
Geckos. (See under Reptiles.) 
Geese. (See under Birds, goose.) 
Gems. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Geodes. (See under Geology.) 
Geognosy. (See under Geology.) 
Geographical and Exploring Commissiofi, 

animals from Mexico, PSS9. 
Geology : 

American, history of, R1904, pt, 2, 

No. 1. 
applied, guide to study of National 
Museum collectons, R1899, pt. 2, 
Bermudas, B25, pt, 1. 
Canal Zone, B103. 
Central America, B103. 
collecting rocks and preparing thlo 

sections, directions, B39i. 
Colorado, Italian Mountain, P2690. 
department of, catalog of types, B53 ; 
circulars to accompany collections 
illustrating rock weathering and 
soil formation, CSl, 52; division 
of applied geology, accessions. 



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Geologt, department of (continued). 

P2339; exhibit at Pan American 

Exposition, Buffalo, R1901, pt. 2, 

No. 1; handbook, R1889, App. E; 

1890, pt. 3, No. 7. 

economic, catalog of collections, B42, 

fulgurites, P554. 

geodes, formation, with remarks on 

silicification of fossils, P16S7. 
geognosy, handbook of National Mu- 
seum collection, R1890, pt. 3, No. 7. 
Kentucky, Columbus and Hickman, 

Mississippi River bluffs, P2074. 
Kerguelen Island, B3. 
Lower California, R1895, pt. 2, No. 

3. 
Mexico, Cerro Mercado, Durango, 

P2768. 
Nebraska, southwestern, P497. 
Panama, B103. 

relation of biology to geological in- 
vestigation, R1892, pt. 3, No. 2. 
rocks and ores subject of special in- 
vestigation, in National Museum, 
BS3, pt. 2, sect. 4. 
State geological surveys, B109, 
Tasmania, Mount Lyell, P2095. 
volcanic dust and sand, southwest- 
ern Nebraska. P497. 
West Indies, B103. 
(See also under Building stones, 
Fossils, Lithology, Metallography, 
Metallurgy, Mineral industries, 
Mineral resources. Mineralogy, 
Paleontology, Petrography, Petrol- 
ogy.) 
Georgia, Cotton States International Ex- 
position. (See under Atlanta.) 
fishes, B12; P89. 
invertebrate fauna, Oligocene beds, 

Flint River, P2162. 
meteoric irons, Whitfield County, 

P21S7. 
meteorite, Sardis, P3143. 
plants, umbelliferous, P1428. 
Str'tcklandinia salteri and S. dav'td' 

soni, occurrence, P116. 
Zygonectes zonifer, Nashville, P4S3. 
Gephyreans. (See under Annelids.) 
Germany, Prussia, pseudomorphs of mar- 

casite after pyrrhotite from, PI801. 
Gerould, John Hiram, P1959. 
Gibson, Edmund Harrison, P2269, 2289. 
Gidley, fames Williams, BS3, pt. 2, sect. 
2; CS3. 
P143S, 1447, 1554, 1627, 1689, 1975, 
2014, 2036, 2077, 2187, 2324, 2469. 
Gidlev, J. W., and Gazin, Charles Lewis, 

B171. 
Giffard, W. M., Hymenoptera collected 

mostly in California, P2202. 

Gilbert, Charles Henry, P423, 424, 456, 

607, 753, 759, 774, 797, 823, 840, 

856, 880, 1115, 1161, 1963, 2049, 

2075. 

(See also under Jordan and Gilbert.) 



Gilbert, C. H., and Burke, Charles Vic- 
tor, P1907. 
Gilbert, C. H., and Cramer, Frank* 

PI 114. 
Gilbert, C. H., and Hubbs, Carl Lea- 
vitt, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 7; P2149, 223 L 
Gilbert, C. H., and Scofield, Norman 

Bishop, P1131. 
Gilbert, C, H., and Thompson, Josepk 

Cheesman, P1414. 
Gilbert, Chester Garfield, B102, pt 1. 
Gilbert, C. G., and Pogue, Joseph Eze- 

kiel, B102, vol. 1, pts. 4-6; P200S. 
Gill, Theodore Nicholas [B3], Bll. 

P30-34, 139, 214, 302-304, 307-310, 
316-322. 380, 435, 443-445, 448, 
668, 669, 684, 685, 712, 716, 717, 
756-758, 803-805, 815-818, 825, 
831-835, 853, 861, 883-886, 965, 
989-993, 1048-1061, 1082, 1234, 
1329, 1340, 1344, 1346, 1349, 1384, 
1385, 1388, 1393, 1394, 1396, 1408, 
1638, 1782. 
Gill, Theodore N., and Ryder, John 

Adam, P381, 382, 408. 
Gillette, Clarence P, P1138. 
Gilmore, Charles Whitney, B53, pt. 2, 
sect. 2; 89, 110. 
P1426, 1460, 1492, 1519, 1666, 1698, 
1762, 1860, 1870, 1878, 2110, 2120, 
2127, 2137, 2241, 2260, 2292, 2300, 
2389, 2418, 2424, 2451, 2687, 2728, 
2745, 2750, 2833, 2839, 2875, 2941, 
2950, 2978, 3023, 3042, 3066, 3109, 
3124, 3148, 3158, 3163, 3196, 3199. 
Ginsburg, Isaac, P2228, 2961, 2997. 
Girard, Charles, Cyprinidae and Catos- 
tomidae described by, P500. 
notes on western fluvial fishes de- 
scribed by, P2357. 
published writings of, B41. 
Girault, Alexandre Arsene, P1977, 2140, 

2148, 2161, 2213, 2332. 
Girty, George Herbert, P1372, 1557, 1614. 
Glassell, Steve Andrew, P3138. 
Glasses, sporadic, supposed origin, P1833. 
Glauconite, optical properties and chem- 
ical composition, P2628. 
Glazier, W. C. W., P203. 
Gloriosa Island, birds collected by W. L 
Abbott, P1008, 1079. 
insects collected by W. L. Abbott, 

P1119. 
natural history of, P973. 
Gnatcatcher. (See under Birds.) 
Goatfishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Goats. (See under Mammals.) 
Goatsuckers, (See under Birds.) 
Gobies. (See under Fishes.) 
Goldberger, Joseph, P1817. 
Goldenrod. (See under Plants.) 
Gold-eye. (See under Fishes.) 
Goldman, Edward Alphonso, CNH16, pt 

14. 
Goldman, E. A., and Kellogg, Reming- 
ton, P3186. 



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Goldman, E. A., and Standley, Paul Car- 
penter, CNH13, pt. 10 (6th art.). 
Goldsborough, Edmund Lee, and Ever- 

mann, Barton Warren, PlSOl. 
[Gonyer, Forest A., P2787.] 
Gonyer, F. A.; Hewett, Ponnell Foster; 

and Shannon, Earl Victor, P2737. 
Goode, George Brown, R1881 through 
1896; i889, pt. 3, No. 1; 1891, pt. 
3, Nos. 1, 8. 
B5; 6; 14, pts. 1, 3; 18; 20; 27; 41; 

49. 
CI, 11, 13, 43-47. 
P4-6, 15, 17, 44, 58, 73, 87, 165, 177, 

183, i84, 241, 248, 350. 
memorial service, R1897, vol. 2. 
Goode, G. Brown, and Bean, Tarleton 
Hoffman, SB2; PIO, 13, 16, 23. 24, 26, 
40, 41, 50, 52, 53, 64-66, 68, 74, 77, 78, 
98, 211, 281, 297, 406, 510, 533, 543, 
1012-1014. 
Goode, G. Brown, and Jones, John Mat- 
thew, B25. 
Goose. (See under Birds.) 
Gortner, Ross Aiken, and Banta, Arthur 

Mangum, P2112. 
Gower, William Carl, P3071. 
Graham. David Crockett, P2916. 

earthworms collected by in Szech- 
wan, China, P3040. 
Grampus, birds observed during cruise, 
P819. 
explorations in Newfoundland and 
Labrador, R1889, m. 3, No. 7. 
Grand Bank, Lycocfes 'vafilil, P78. 
Grand Canyon, insect, lower Permian, 
P2695. 
p re-Cambrian supposed jellyfish, 
P3104. 
Granites, black nodules in, P354. 
Graphic arts, Eskimo, R189S, pt. 2, No. 2. 
printing, Japanese wood-cut, R1892, 
pt. 3, No. 1 ; white-line engraving 
for, R1890, pt. 3, No. 2. 
section of, contributions to Ohio Val- 
lev Centennial Exposition, Cincin- 
nati, C37. 
Graptolites. (See under Fossils.) 
Grasses. (See under Plants.) 
Grasshoppers. (See under Insects, Or- 

thoptera.) 
[Graves, Lucy M., B53, pt. 2, sect. 3.] 
Gravier, Charles, corals collected in 
French Somaliland, East Africa, P1526. 
Gray, Asa, B3, 15; P462. 
Graybill, Harry Webster, P2548. 
Great Britain, bibliography of birds, 
PlOl. 
fossil insects, P2119. 
marsh-tit, P560. 
Great Lakes, ciscn, or lake herring (Ar- 
gyrosomus), with note on species of 
whitefish, PI 662. 
Great Plains, central (U. S.), bone arti- 
facts. P3141. 



Grebnitski, Nikolai A., collections, P562, 

1106, 1112, 1127. 
Green, Bessie Rose, and Smith, Frank, 

P2263. 
Green Cay, new lizard from, P1219. 
Green River. (See under Fossils.) 
Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas, fishes col- 
lected by Charles L. Edwards, P752. 
Greene, Charles Tull, P2405, 2412, 2529, 

2566, 2651, 3012, 3037, 3120. 
Greene, Edward Lee, CNHlO, pt. 2. 
Greenland, echinoderms collected by 
Robert A. Bartlett, P3098. 
Eskimo harpoon, P702. 
fishes, Disko Bay, Bl5; notes on, 

P431. 
plants, Disko Island, B15; fossil, 
P679. 
Grenada, birds, P45, 596. 
Griffiths, David, CNH14, pt. 3. 
Gronovius, types of American grasses 

described by, CNH12, pt. 3. 
Grossbeck, John Arthur, P1753. 
Grote, Augustus Radcliffe, Bl5. 
Groupers. (Sec under Fishes.) 
Grouse. (See under Birds.) 
Guadeloupe, birds, P57, 545. 
Guam, birds collected by Paul Bartsch, 
P1683. 
flies, Sarropha^a, P2227. 
useful plants; physical features and 
natural history; character and his- 
tory of people; agriculture, CNH9. 
Guano, of Peruvian birds, P2298. 
Guans. (See under Birds.) 
Guatemala, ants, P2434. 

birds of highlands, P3105. 

cactus, Nopalea lutea, CNH12, pt 

9 (8th art.). 
Crassulaceae. new species of, CNH12, 

pt. 9 (3d art.), 
earwigs, Forficulidae, collected by 

Schwarz and Barber, PIS63. 
hummingbird, Althis ellioti, P7. 
Hymenoptera collected by W. P. 

Cnckerell, P2061. 
iguana, new spiny-tailed, PI 151. 
isopods, terrestrial, new, P1535, 1718. 
Pereskia, species of, CNH12, pt. 9 

(5th art.). 
plants, native names and uses, 
CNH24, pt. 4; new, CNH24, pt. 1. 
Polypodium, study of, CNH8. pt. 3. 
shells, new fresh-water, P2336; new 
land, P1707. 
Gudger, Eugene Willis, P1431. 
Giinther, Albert, fishes from the Bermu- 
das mistakenly described as new, P58. 
Guineafowl. (See under Birds.) 
Gulf of California, barnacles, P3166. 
fishes, P227, 698, 880, 2125. 
lizard, San Pedro Martir, P863. 
reptiles collected by Albatross, P800. 
shells of, P996. 
Gulf of Mexico, amphipods, PI 936. 
Brevoortia, new species, P15. 



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243 



Gulf of Mexico (continued). 
Calltonymus bairdi, P652. 
crinoids collected by Albatross, PS47. 
crustaceans, ampliipodous, P1594. 
Echini collected by Albatross, P491, 

544. 
fishes, collected by J. VV. Velie. P98 ; 
GobioiJes broussonet't, new to 
North America, P1029; nnortality 
among, P54, 195, 200, 202, 203, 
217, 349; new species, P586; notes 
on, P1592; recorded from, P281; 
star-gazer, Catlietostoma albinut- 
ia, P896; Xyrichthys jessiae, 
P675. 
medusae collected by Albatross, 

PS28. 
water destructive to fish, analysis, 
P201, 222. 
Gulf of Mexico region, fossil and recent 

Bryozoa. P2710. 
Gulf States, crania of Indians, P3076. 
Gulls. (See under Birds.) 
Gunnels. (See under Fishes.) 
Guppy, Robert John Lechmere, and Dall, 

William Healey, Pi 110. 
Gurnards. (See under Fishes.) 
Gypsum, incrustations and stalactites in 
caves, P985. 

H 

Hagen, Hermann August, B3, IS. 
Haghshes (See under Fishes.) 
Hahn, Walter Louis, PI 514, 1537, 16SS. 
Haiti, birds, B155; P2925. 2966. ^ 

Cirripedia, Miocene and Pleistocene, 

P2S15. 
crabs, fossil, P2477. 
fish, fossil cichlid, P2475. 
herpetological collections made by 

VV. L. Abbott, P2543. 
moHusks, Orthaulax, Tertiary, 

P2491. 
plants, Tertiary, P2460. 
(See also under Hispaniola.) 
Hake. (See under Fishes.) 
Halfbeak. (See under Fishes.) 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Liparis ranula, 

P65. 
Hall, David G, P3011. 
Hall, Maurice Crowther, P1629, 1780, 

2012, 2071, 2131, 2258, 2386. 
Hall, M. C, and Ransom, Brayton How- 
ard, P1892. 
Hamilton, Clyde Carney, P2530. 
Hampe's method of determining Cu»0 in 

metallic copper, P687. 
Hampton Normal and Aericultural In- 
stitute, Va., Indian children, plaster 
casts of heads taken bv Clark Mills, 
P79. 
Handlirsch, Anton, P1439, 1441. 
Hanna. G Dallas, Pi 865. 

field notes on Pisidium from Alaska, 
P2160. 



Hansen, H. J., P2065, 2129. 

Hares. (See under Mammals; also under 

Fossils, mammals.) 
Harger, Oscar, P75. 
Harpoons. (See under Anthropology.) 
Harring, Harry Kreuger, B81; [P1893], 

P20i2, 2062, 2164. 
Harris, Halbert Marion, P2647. 
Hartman, Frank Alexander, P1800. 
Hartman, Olga, P2994, 3034, 3046, 3142. 
Harwood, Paul Duane, P2940. 
Hasse, Hermann Edward, CNH17, pt. 1. 
Havana, Cuba, fishes, P414, 551. 
Havard, Valery, P535. 
Havesu-pai. (See under Anthropology, 

Indians.) 
Hawaiian Islands, Alcyonaria collected 
by Albatross, PI 624. 
annelid, polychaetous, P2186. 
avifauna, contributions to, P692. 
birds collected by Valdemar Knud- 

sen, Kauai, P609, 778. 
cephalopods, new, P1713, 1996. 
crabs, P933, 1309. 
crinoids collected by Albatross, with 

remarks on Comatulida, P1608. 
Doiuliopus, new species of, P2446. 
fishes, Apogon cvermanni, P1386; 
deep-water. Pi 114; Honolulu, 
P1915; Hymenoceplialus tenuis, 
P2231; killed by lava from Mauna 
Loa, P2392; new species, P2570; 
notes on, P1625; Oahu and Lay- 
san, P1377. 
flycatcher and petrel, new, P236. 
Foraminifera collected by Albatross, 

P1603. 
holothurians of, P1S55. 
isopud, parasitic, P1770. 
lizards, notes on, P2224. 
Madreporaria, B59. 
Mollusca and Brachiopoda collected 

by Albatross, P1032. 
natural history, U. S. North Pacific 

Surveying Expedition, B7. 
pearl oyster, P2878. 
Procelsierna, leeward islands, Vl'iZZ. 
Psittirostra psittacea, Kauai, P640. 
reptiles. P1174, 1383. 
starfishes, Hyalinothrix, new genus, 

P1807. 
termites, P2441, 2496. 
Hawes, George Wesson, P205, 206, 263. 
Hawks. (See under Birds; also under 

Fossils, birds.) 
Hay, Oliver Perry, Amphibians, PS12, 
907. 
Fishes. P179, 537, 624, 1884. 
Fossils, P1181, 1528, 1640, 1648, 1660, 
1665. 1699, J747, 1969, 2021, 2025, 
2086, 2113, 2147, 2198, 2212, 2291, 
2328. 2391, 2438, 2473, 2521, 2571, 
2572. 2625. 
Reptiles, P908, 909, 1605, 2724. 
Hay, William Perry, P935, 1176, 1187, 
1285, 1292, 1316, 2165, 2203. 



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Headi, casts of Indian, P29, 79. 

(See also under Anthropologj, cra- 
nia.) 
Heap, Gwynn Harris, P393. 
Heating utensils, in National Museuixa, 

B141. 
Hegewald, John Frederick Charles, aed 

Swainc, Peter Tyler, P257. 
Heilprin, Angelo, P134. 
Heinrich, Carl, B123, 132; P2305, 2779, 

2879, 3019, 3053, 3190. 
Heinrich, Carl, and Dyar, Harrison 

Gray, P2691. 
Heligoland, birds, P67. 
Heller, Edmund, mammals collected on 

Yale University-National Geographic 

Peruvian expedition, P2333. 
Helminths: 

parasites of amphibians and rep- 
tiles, Houston, Tex., P2940. 
parasites of mammals, Central 

America, P2725. 
parasites of opossum, Texas, P2939. 
(See also under Cestodes, Nema- 
todes, Trematodes, etc.) 
Hemiptera. (See under Insects.) 
Hemphill, Henry, mollusks sent from 

Florida, P384. 
Henderson, Edward Porter, and Cooke, 

Charles Wythe, P3143. 
Henderson, E. P., and Perry, Stuart 

Hoffman, P3134. 
Henderson, E. P., Preiton, Francis Wil- 
liam, and Randolph, James Robbini, 

P3111. 
Henderson, John Brooks, Bill; P2091. 
Henderson, J. B., and Bartsch, Paul, 

P205S, 2327. 
Henderson, J. B., and Torre, Carlo* de 

la, P2369. 
Henderson, Junius, P1611. 
Henderson, Louis Fourniquet, CNH5, No. 

4 (2d art.). 
Henry, Dora Priaulx, P3081, 3166. 
Henshall, J. A., fishes collected in east 

Florida, P104. 
Henson, Harry V., birds collected in 

Yezo, Japan, P904. 
Herons. (See under Birds.) 
Herpetology. (See under Reptiles.) 
Herre, Albert Christian, and Jordan, 

David Starr, P1499, 1544, 1562. 
Herre, Albert William Christian Theo- 
dore, CNH13, pt. 10 (1st art.). 
Herring. (See under Fishes.) 
Hess, Frank L, P2813. 
Hess, Frank L, and Foshag, William 

Frederick, P2707. 
Heteropods. (See under Mollusks.) 
Heteroptera. (See under Insects, Hem- 
iptera.) 

Hewett, Donnell Foster; Shannon, Earl 
Viaor; and Gonyer, Forest A., P2737. 

Hildebrand, Samuel Frederick, B189. 

Hill, Asa Thomas, and Wedel, Waldo 
Rudolph, P3141. 



[Hill, Meriden S.. R1899, pt. 2, No. ♦.] 
Hinds, Warren Elmer, P1310. 
Hinkley, Anson A., P2126. 
Hippislcy, Alfred Edward, R1888, pt. 

3, No. 2; R1900, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Hispaniola, herpetology, B177. 

mollusks, Annulariidae, B192. 
(See also under Haiti and under 
Dominican Republic.) 
History, instructions to collectors of speci- 
mens, B39q. 
investigations in Samana, Domioican 

Republic, B147. 
iron manufacture in Virginia, P489. 
swords, American and European in 

National Museum, B163. 
Washington relics in National Mu- 
seum, P2092. 
Hitchcock, Albert Spear, CNH3, No. 9 
(1st art.) ; 12, pts. 3, 6; 17, pt. 3; 22, 
pt. 1 (1st and 2d arts.), pt. 3 (1st 
through 4th arts.), pts. 6, 7; 24, pt. 7 
(1st and 2d arts.), pts. 8, 9. 
Hitchcock, A. S., and Chase, Agnes, 

CNH15; 17, pt. 6; 18, pt. 7. 
Hitchcock, A. S., and Standley, Paul 

Carpenter, CNH21. 
Hitchcock, Romyn, R1886, pt. 3, Nos. 4, 
5; 1890, pt. 3, Nos. 5, 6; 1891, pt. 3, 
Nos. 4-6; C24; P74S. 
Hoagland, Ruth Agnes, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 

9. 
Hobbs, Horton Holcombe, Jr., P3097. 
Hohnel, Ludwig von, east African col- 
lections, P1063, 1094, 1098. 
Hoffman, Walter James, R1895, pt. 2, 

No. 2. 
Hoffmeister, John Edward, P2820. 
Holarctic, crane-flies in National Mu- 
seum, P2698. 
Ichneumoninae (Pimplinae), P231S. 
tiger-beetles (Cicindelidae), morph- 
ology, taxonomy, ecology, P2530. 
Holland, William Jacob, P1062-1065, 

1098. 
Hollister, Ned, B99, pts. 1-3; P182S, 
1965, 1990, 2028, 2057, 2069, 2100, 
2196. 
Holm, Theodor, P741, 791, 910. 
Holmes, Grace Bruce, P2701. 
Holmes, Samuel Jackson, P1654. 
Holmes, S. J., and Gay, M. E., P1670. 
Holmes, William Henry, R1900, pt. 2, 

No. 1 ; 1901, pt. 2, Nos. 1-3 ; B39q. 
Holmes, William H., and Mason, O. T., 

B39q. 
Holothurians. (See under Echinoderms.) 
Holzinger, John Michael, CNHl, No. 6 
(1st art.). No. 8 (4lh and 5th arts.); 
CNH3, No. 4. 
Homoptera. (See under Insects.) 
Honduras, ants, P2434. 

armadillo, Xenurus, P1069. 

birds, collected by C. H. Townsend, 

P66S; from the interior, P868. 
Capromys, Little Swan Island, P744. 



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245 



HoNDUHAS (continued). 

C'^pepoda collected by F. J. Dyer, 

P2885. 
iguana, spiny-tailed, Utilla Island, 

P1217. 
mammals collected by C. H. Town- 
send, P744. 
plants, native oan>es and uses, 
CNH24, pt. 4; new, CNH24, pt. 1. 
Honey-creepers. (See under Birds.) 
Hookworms. (See under Nematodes.) 
Hopi. (See under Anthropology, In- 
dians.) 
Hopkins, Andrew Delmar, P2066. 
Hopkins, Hoyt Stilson, and Metcalf, 

Maynard Mayo, BlOO, vol. 2, pt. 3. 
Hornaday, William Temple, R1886, pt. 
3, No. 6; 1887, pt. 3, No. 6; C12, 22. 
Hornbills. (See under Birds.) 
Hornblende. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Horses. (See under Fossils, mammals.) 
Hottentots, crania, P2696. 
Hough, Walter, R1887, pt. 3, No. 7; 
1888, pt. 3, No. 4; 1891, pt. 3, No. 
3; 1893, pt. 2, No. 5; 1896, pt. 2, 
No. 5; 1899, pt. 2, No. 3; 1900, 
pt. 2, No. 5; 1901, pt. 2, No. 4. 
B87, 139, 141. 

P703, 705, 1579, 1819, 1887, 2235, 
2280, 2404, 2735, 2856, 2895, 2930, 
2933. 
House, Homer Deliver, and Rose, Joseph 

Nelson, P1429. 
Houses. (See under Anthropology.) 
[Hovey, Edmund Otis, B39m.] 
Howard, Leland Ossian, P771, 881, 905, 

1025, 1142. 
Howard, L. O., and Ashmead, Williaro 

Harris, P1092. 
Howe, Marshall Avery, B103, pt. 1; 

P2453. 
Howell, Alfred Brazier, P2599, 26^2, 

2736, 2772. 
Howell, A. B., and Straus, Williara 

Louis, Jr., P2913. 
Howgate Polar Expedition, natural his- 
tory of Arctic America, B15. 
Howland, S. S., collection of Buddist re- 
ligious art, R1904, pt. 2, No. 2. 
Hozawa, Sanji, P2247. 
HrdliJka, Alei, B39r; P1451, 1495, 1521, 
1641, 2480, 2631, 2696, 2845, 3076, 3131, 
8171. 
Hsiao, Tsai-Yu, P3182. 
Huachuca Mountains, Ariz., reptiles, 

PI 282. 
Hualapai Indian Reservation, meteoric 

irons, P2718. 
Hubbard, Gardiner Greene, R1897, vol. 

2. 
Hubbs, Carl Leavitt, P2082, 2962. 
Hubbs, C. L., and Gilbert, Charles 
Henrv, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 7; P2149, 
2231. 



Hubbs, C L., and Sduiiti, Leooard 

Peter, P$0«0. 
Huber, Lawrence Lester, P266S. 
Hudson Bay, notes on fishes, P204. 
Hudson Bay Territory, Ungava District, 
drum of Naskopie (Nagnagnot) In- 
dians, P736. 
Hudson's Bay Co., Hudson Bay districts, 

birds of, P518. 
Huene, Friedrich von, P2644. 
Hughes, Elizabeth G., and Eigenmann, 

Cari H., P608. 
Hughes, Elizabeth G., and Jordan, David 

S., P552, 574. 
Humbert, Fred., P348. 
Humes, Arthur Grover, P3110. 
Hummingbirds. (See under Birds.) 
Hung, See-Lu, P2627. 
Hunt, George, observations on Kvrakiutl 

Indians, R1895, pt. 2, No. 1. 
Hunt, James Gibbons, P347, 
Hutchinson, George Evelyn, P2854. 
Hydrocorals. (See under Hydrozoans.) 
Hydroids. (See under Hydrozoans.) 
Hydromedusae. (See under Medusae.) 
Hydrotalcite group, chemical composi- 
tion, P2329. 
Hydrozoans: 

Alaska, P1171, 1343. 
America, PS34; SB4. 
Atlantic Ocean, P3090, 3125. 
hydrocorals, north Pacific, P3024. 
hydroids, Alaskan, P1171, 1343. 
Atlantic Ocean, P3090, 3125. 
Bonneviellidae, SB4, pt. 3. 
Campanularidae, SB4, pt. S. 
North American, P534. 
Philippine, BlOO, vol. 6, pt, 3. 
Puget Sound, PI 171. 
Sertularidae, SB4, pt 2. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, voL 1, pt. 

5; vol. 6, pt. 3. 
Puget Sound, P1171. 
siphonophores, northwestern Pacific 
Ocean, P1946; Philippine, BlOO, 
vol. 1, pt. 5. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Hyman, Libbie Henrietta, P3055, 3101. 
Hyman, Orren Williams, P2497, 2523, 

2575. 
Hymenoptera. (See under Insects.) 
Hyslop, James Augustus, P2353. 



Ibises. (See under Birds.) 
Ichneumon-flies. (See under Insects, Hy- 
menoptera.) 
Ichthyography, terminology, P44$, 
Ichthyology. (See under Fishes.) 
Idaho, botanical survey, Coeur d'Alene 
Mountains, CNH5, No. 1. 
ferroanthophyllite, orthorhombic iroo 
amphibole, and nomenclature of 
anthophyllite group, P2373. 



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Idaho (continued). 

hares, late Pliocene, P2976. 
horse remains, upper Pliocene, P298S. 
iron meteorite, Oakley, P2693. 
ludwigites, P2395. 

mineraloRy of black sands, and 
methods used for their study, 
P2398. 
minerals, B131. 
mordenite and associated minerals, 

Challis, Custer County, P2509._ 
petrography, Coeur d'Alene mining 

district, P2318. 
plants collected by J. H. Sandberg, 

CNH3, vol. 4. 
turtle, extinct, upper Pliocene. P2950. 
vivianite encrusting fossil tusk, 
Clearwater County, P2375. 
Iddingsite, origin, occurrence, composi- 
tion, and physical properties, P2S79. 
Iguana. (See under Reptiles.) 
li, Naosuke, Kamon-no-Karai, statue of, 

R1894, pt. 2, No. 4. 
Illinois, amphibians, Carboniferous, 
P1828. 
Chicago, studies of museums, R1903, 

pt. 2, No. 2. 
cyprinodont, Zygontctes inurus, 

P273. 
trees of Lower Wabash and White 
River Valleys, P264. 
Imperial University, Tokio, birds in col- 
lection of Science College Museum, 
P874, 957. 
Implements. (See under Anthropology.) 
Incense, Mexico and Central America, 

P1887. 
Index Generum Avium. (Sec under 

Birds.) 
India, Bombyliidae, new species, P2747. 
drynnid parasites of rice leafhop- 

pers, P2309. 
flies, new parasitic, from beetles, 

P27S3. 
Hymenoptera, parasitic, P2299. 
stone implements, minute, R1892, pt. 

3, No. 6. 
termites, P2957. 
Indian Ocean, new crabs presented by 
W. L. Abbott, P979. 
skeletons and skulls of porpoises 
(Prodelpliinus) collected by W. L. 
Abbott, P982. 
(See also under Aldabra, Arairantes, 
Assumption, Gloriosa, Providence, 
Seychelles.) 
Indian Territory, fishes collected in, 
P549. 
flint implements and fossil remains, 

Afton, R1901, pt. 2, No. 2. 
plants collected by C. S. Sheldon and 
M. A. Carleton, CNHl, No. 6 (1st 
art.), 
shells, land and fr^«h-water, P740. 
(See also under Oklaborua.) 



Indiana, algae, Buthotrephit, upper Silu- 
rian, P1255. 
Amblystoma copeianum, P512. 
crayfishes, blind, with description of 

Camharus pellucidus testii, P93S. 
Eutaeniae. P729. 

fishes. Green County, Switz City 
Swamp, P424; Hadropterus set' 
erus, P379; new species, Tippe- 
canoe River, P791 ; notes on, P681 ; 
White River, P423. 
isopod, Mancasellus, Pi 294. 
mammals, Kankakee Valley, P1S37. 
mammals and cold-blooded verte- 
brates, Indiana University farm, 
P1655. 
mollusk, fresh-water, P2321. 
myriapods, P632, 731. 
trees. Lower Wabash and White 

Rivei Valleys, P2664. 
University Museum, characin fishes 
in, and in the National Museum, 
P1556. 
Indians. (See under Anthropology.) 
Indo-China, Tonkin, nematodes, with 

new species of Ascarid'ta, P2538. 
Indopacific, notes on Pyramidellidae, 

P1452. 
infusorians, opalinid ciliate, B120; 

P3077. 
Ingersoll, Ernest, P195. 
Inman, Samuel Martin, P333. 
Innuit Indians, jadeite implements, P395. 
Inscriptions, instructions for taking pa- 
per molds, C23. 
Insectivores. (See under Mammals.) 

Insects* 

Africa, west, P951. 
Albatross, 1887-88 cruise, P771. 
Aldabra Islands, Pi 119. 
Anoplura, lice, Ped'tculus, P2620. 
Aphaniptera, fleas, revision of Amer- 
ican, P1361; Siphonaptera, Amer- 
ican, classification of, P1417. 
Apterygota, Central American and 

West Indian, P2702. 
Coleoptera, Adephaga, suggested 
rearrangement, P2586. 
Africa, east. Tana River and 

Jombene Range, P1094. 
Agrilus, North American, B145; 

Trinidad, P3167. 
Aldabra Island, P973, 1119. 
Amazon Basin, P2674. 
Anthonomini, P1604. 
Aphodiinae, West Indian, revision 

of, P3092. 
Arctic America, B15. 
A^sumption Island, P973. 
Attelabidae, P1988. 
AuI'hus, North American, P2365. 
Bolivia, buprestid beetles, P2568. 
Borneo and the Philippine Islands, 
buprestid beetles, P2428. 



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247 



Insects, Coleoptera (continued). 
Brarliyrhinidae, P1988. 
Buprestidae, Bolivia. P2S68; Bor- 
neo and Philippines, P2428; 
West Indies, P2522. 
Calendrinae, larvae, P2542. 
Central America, B185; P24S4, 

2968, 3188, 3201. 
Cerambycidae, P1113, 2842. 
Chile, P3028. 
Chrysomelidae, with review or the 

Chlamydini, P1130. 
Cicindelidae, larvae, Holarctic, 

P2S30. 
Cleridae, Amazon Basin, P2674; 
larvae. North American, P2323. 
Cocttnella, North American, 

P2904. 
coccinellid larvae in National Mu- 
seum, with description of larva 
of llyperaspis binotata, P2171. 
CoProporus, revision of, P3041. 
Costa Rica, P1040, 2803. 
Disonycha, America north of Mex- 
ico, P2969. 
Disteniini, Central and South 

American, P3201. 
District of Columbia, P127S. 
Echocerus, new species of the ge- 
nus, P1041. 
elaterid beetles, genotypes, P23S3. 
Eleodiini, United States and Lower 

California, B63. 
Endomychidae, Latin American, 

and Philippine, P3168. 
Eucnemididae, Central American 

and West Indian, P3188. 
Eurhoptodes, Philippine, P3100. 
Galapagos Islands, Pi 143. 
Galerucinae, larvae, P2773. 
Glorioso, PI 119. 
Gyrinidae in National Museum, 

P2774. 
Hyper as pis binotata larva, P2171. 
Japanese beetles, flies parasitic 

on, P2474. 
Kerguelen Island, B3. 
Lachnosterna, North American, 

P747. 
Lamiinae, West Indian, P2623. 
Latin America, fungus beetles, 

P3168. 
Lispini, classification, P3140. 
Listrochelus, United States, P3095. 
Lixus, North American, P2841. 
Lower California, Eleodiini, B63. 
Luperodes bivittatus and L. vari- 

cornis, P3139. 
Melolonthinae (P hytholaema), 

Chile. P3028. 
melolonthine beetles, West Indian, 

larvae, P3146. 
Merinus laevis, larva and pupa, 

P2514. 
Mesa^roicus, North American, 
P2801. 



Iksects, Coleoptera (continued). 

Mexico, bark beetles, P3147; 

checklist, B185. 
Mexico and Central America, 

P2454, 2968. 
Micracinae, new genera and spe- 
cies, P3165. 
Monoxia. study of LeConte's types, 

P3072. 
Mordellidae, P3016, 3075. 
Mordellittena, Puerto Rjcan, 

P3020. 
myrmecophilous beetles, P2387. 
Neotropical, P3016, 3075, 3174. 
Oedionychis, revision of, P2672. 
Qsmoderma scabra, protozoan 

from larva, P2964. 
Osoriinae, classification, P3140. 
Osoriini, Western Hemisphere, 

P2583. 
Paederini, generic revision, P3069. 
Philippine Islands, P2428, 3100, 

3168. 
Phloeosinus, North American, 

P3154. 
Phyllophaga, beetles related to, 

P3145. 
Phytalus, United States, P3048. 
Phytholaema, Chilean, P3028. 
Pityophthorini, Mexican and Trop- 
ical American, P3147. 
Platystomoidea, North American, 

P2S40. 
protozoan from beetle larva, 

P2964. 
Providence, Pi 119. 
Pseudomorphidae, rearrangement 

of Aedephaga, P2586. 
ptinid beetles, new, P2271. 
Puerto Rico, Mordellistena, P3020. 
Renocis, new species of, P3084. 
Rhynchophora, studies, P2159. 
Scarabaeidae, Chilean, P3028; 

North American, P1096, 1113. 
Scolytidae, new Micracinae, P3165. 
scolvtoid beetles, mostly Neotrop- 
ical American, P3174; North 
American, synonym of, P1085. 
Scolytoidea, list of generic names 

and their tvpe species, P2066. 
Seychelles, PI 119. 
Siberia, P2608. 

South America, B185; P3201. 
Staphylinidae, West Indian, B182. 
Tachyporinae, North American, 
P3001; revision of Coproporus, 
P3041. 
Tachyporus, North American, 

P3001. 
Tenebrioninae, larvae, P2S14. 
tiger-beetles, Cicindelidae larvae, 

Holarctic, P2530. 
Tillini. North American, P2370. 
Trtcrania languinipennis, biology, 

P2S13. 
Trinidad, P3167, 3183. 



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Insbcts, Coleoptera (continued). 

Trirkabda, American, north of 
Mexico, P2868. 

Tropical America, P3147. 

Usechini, revision, P2790. 

weevil larvae, Calendrinae, P2542. 

vreevils, Attelabidae and Brachy- 
rhinidae, P1988; Eurhoptodes, 
Philippine, P3100; Lixus, North 
American, P2841 ; Mesagroicus, 
North American, P2801; North 
American, P1708; Platystoraoi- 
dea, P2840; species of economic 
or biological importance, P1889; 
studies on Rhynchophora, P21S9. 

West Indies, B182. 185; P2S22, 
2623, 2922, 2979, 3092, 3146, 
3188. 

Western Hemisphere, Osorlintt 
P2583, 

world, elaterid beetles, P2353. 
collecting and preserving, directions 

for, B39f, 67. 
Collembola, Achorutinae, North 
American, P2134. 

Central America and West Indies, 
P2702. ^ 

Neanurinae, North American, 
P2134. 

Nearctic Collembola, or spring- 
tails, Isotomidae, B168. 

Onychiurinae, North American, 
P2222. 

Podurinae, North American, 
P2134. 

springtails, Tomocerinae, P2037. 
Corrodentla, Kerguelen Island, B3. 
department of, circular concerning, 

C4. 
Dermaptera, earwigs or forficulids, 

P1363, 1432, 1563; Guatemala, 

P1S63; in National Museum, 

P1760. 
Diptera, acalyptrate flies in National 
Museum, P2858, 2622. 

Achaetoneura, North American, 
P2853. 

Africa, southern, P1243. 

Agromyza, related to ,7. virens, 
P2097. 

Agromyzidae, synopsis of genera, 
P2018. 

Alaska, P2446, 2490. 

Aldabra Island, P973. 

American, new, P2932. 

Anetia, notes on, P2920. 

Anthomyidae in National Mu- 
seum, P2004. 

Arctic America, Howgate Polar 
Expedition, BIS. 

Argyra, revision, P2S60. 

Asia, P2474, 2932. 

Asilidae, new genera of Lepto- 
gastrinae, P2466. 

Assumption Island, P973. 

Belvosia, revision, P2729. 

bibionid flies, Nearctic, P2406. 



Insects, Diptera (continued). 

Bombyliidae, Indian, P2747. 
borborid flies. South American, 

P2621. 
Borboridae, new American, P1958. 
Botanobiinae with hind tibial 

spur, P2024. 
Brazil, Chloropidae, P2S34. 
Bruchomyinae, revision, P2778. 
California, P1S16, 
Calliphoridae, Chinese, P2844. 
cecidomyiid flies from Phlox, 

P3120, 
cecidomyiid parasite of white flies, 

P2444. 
Central America, P2080, 2755. 
Ceratomyiella, P2973. 
Chaetophlepsis, new, P2863. 
China, P27S3. 2844. 
Chloropidae injuring Manihot in 

Brazil, P2534. 
Clusiidae, revision, P2S01. 
cluster flies, note on, P331. 
Coelopa, revision, P2808. 
collections in National Museum, 

P1225, 1945, 1962, 2103, 2555. 
Costa Rica, P2420, 2803. 
crane flies. Central American, 

P2080; Costa Rican Tipulidae, 

P2420; Holarctic, P2698; Javan 

Tipulidae, P2103; Neotropical 

Limnobinae, P1966; Siberian. 

P2605; Tipulidae in National 

Museum, P2103. 
Cylindromyia, P2624. 
Cyrtidae, Philippine, P270S. 
District of Columbia, Tipuloidea, 

P2344. 
District of Columbia region, Lon- 

chaidae, Pallopteridae, and Sap- 

romyzidae, P2S25. 
Dolichopodidae, Alaskan, P2490; 

Central and South American, 

P275S. 
Dolichopus, Alaskan and Ha- 
waiian, P2446; North American, 

B116. 
Drosophilidae, P2S40. 
Empldae, revision, P1073. 
Famtia, notes on, P1972. 
Formosa, P2657. 
gadflies, Stibasoma, P2033. 
gall midges, new genera and spe- 
cies, P2072. 
Guam, Sarcophaga, P2227. 
Hawaii, Dolichopus, P2446. 
Hessian fly, parasites of, P532, 

2204. 
Holarctic region, crane flies, P2698. 
Hydrophorus, Alaskan, P2446. 
India, P2747, 2753. 
Japan, PI 146. 
Java, P2103, 2932. 
iverguelen Island, B3. 
Leptidae, larvae and pupae, 

P2651. 
Leptogastrinae, new genera, P2466. 



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Insects, Diptera (continued). 

Limnobinae, Neotropical, P1966. 

Lonchaeidae, eastern United 
States, P252S. 

Lucilia macellaria, infesting man, 
P348. 

Mayetiola destructor, parasite of, 
P2204. 

Mesembrinella, Neotropical, P2457. 

Microdon from nests of ants, 
P2141. 

Microphthalma, American, P2639. 

Miltogrammini, North American, 
P2610. 

Montana, mosquito from, P2794. 

mosquitoes, California, P1516; 
Montana, P2794; Tropical 
American, P1632; United States, 
P2447. 

muscoid flies, Andean and Pacific 
coast regions. South America, 
Pi 935; Ceratomyiella and Para- 
didyma, P2973 ; Neotropical, 
P211S, 2457; new genera and 
species, P2128, 2152, 2301, 2812, 
3011; parasitic on Japanese bee- 
tle, P2474; synopsis of puparia, 
P2405; types in Vienna Natural 
History Museum, P2703, 2764. 

Myocera tabanivora, pupa, P3012. 

Nearctic, bibionid flies, P2406; 
parasitic flies, P3157. 

Neotropical, Drosophilidae, P2540; 
Limnobinae, P1966; Mesetnbri' 
nella, P2457; muscoid flies, 
P2115; Stratiomyidae, P3065. 

new and little known, P2648. 

New Mexico, P2070. 

North American, new, P1280; 
type species, P1719. 

Ocyptera, North American, P2624. 

Oestridae, two-winged flies related 
to, P2942. 

Opelousia, notes on, P2817. 

Opsodexia, notes on, P2817. 

Ortalidae, Pseudotephritis, P2900. 

Pallopteridae, eastern United 
States, P2S25. 

Paradidyma, American, P2973. 

parasitic and predaceous. New 
Mexican, P2070, 

Philippine Islands, P2227, 2705, 
2751. 

Phoridae, P1938, 3037. 

Phorocera and allied genera, 
P2486. 

Pipunculidae, American, P1934. 

Procec'tdochares, revision, P2799. 

Pseudodinia, P2101. 

Pseudotephritis, P2900. 

Psychodidae from Bromeliaceae 
and other plants, P2015. 

Ptychopteridae, South American, 
revision of, P1953. 

Puerto Rico, PI 198. 

Sapromyzidae, American, P2525, 
2744; Oriental and Philippine, 



Insects, Diptera (continued). 
P2751. 

Sarcophaga, American tJTJes, 
P2855; Guam and Philippines, 
P2227. 

■arcophagid flies, puparia and lar- 
vae, P2566. 

Scellus, synopsis, P2529. 

Siberia, crane flies, P2605. 

Simuliidae, North American, 
P2636. 

Siphosturmia, P2877. 

South America, Andean and Pa- 
cific coast regions, P1935; bor- 
borid flies, P2621 ; Dolichopodi- 
dae, P275S; new P2746; Ptych- 
opteridae, P1953; Syrpbidae, 
P2658. 

Spathimeigenia, P2911. 

Stibasoma, P2033. 

Stratiomyidae, Neotropical, P3065. 

Stylogaster, American, P2852. 

Symphoromyta, North American, 
P2099. 

•yrphid flies, review, P2635; chry- 
sotoxine, P2637; North Ameri- 
can, synopsis, B31; South 
American, P2658; xylotine, 
P2635. 

systematic arrangement of fami- 
lies, P1227. 

Tabanidae, Stibasoma, P2033, 

Tachinidae, reared by George 
Dimmock, with notes on Artetia, 
P2920; VValker's types, P2910. 

Tachinomyia, synopsis, P3108. 

Tachytrechus, synopsis, P2412. 

Therevidae, revision, P2450. 

Tipulidae, Costa Rican, P2420; 
Javanese, P2103; western North 
American, P2500. 

Tipuloidea, District of Columbia, 
P2344. 

Trypetidae, notes on, P3133. 

type species, P1719. 

University of Tokyo, PI 146. 

Winthemia, revision, P2886. 

ZenilUa and allied genera, P31S7. 

Zygothrica, P2330. 
Embioptera, New World, P3175. 
Ephemerida, mayflies, collecting and 

rearing, directions for, B39o. 
Glorioso Island, PI 119. 
Hemiptera, aleyrodids, California, 
P1362. 

Aleyrodinae, P2156. 

Am phorophora, aphid genu*, 
P2592. 

Asterolecaniinae, Maskell tpedei, 
P2689. 

Australia, P3182. 

California, PI 362. 

Canopinae, synopsis, P2721. 

Cicadellidae, Nearctic, P3036. 

Coccidae, collecting and preserv- 
ing, directions for, B381; food 
plants, PI 122; Maskell redc- 
«cri prions, P2407. 



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Insects, Heraiptera (continued). 

Cryptostemmatidae in National 

Museum, P258S. 
Delphacidae, North and South 

American, P2041, 
District of Columbia, P2784. 
Dominican Republic, P2269. 
Errhomenellini, Nearctic, P3036. 
Fulgoroidea, South American, 
P3184, 3189; Trinidad, F3184. 
Gypona, review, P2289. 
Heteroptera, collections in Na- 
tional Museum, P2150; New 
Mexico, Las Vegas Hot Springs, 
P1360; notes on American spe- 
cies, P924. 
Homoptera, CicadelHdae, Nearctic, 
P3036; Delphacidae, North and 
South American, P2041. 
Japan, P1108. 

lanternflies, Fulgoroidea, South 
American, P3184, 3189; Trini- 
dad, P3184; P/ir ictus, P3194. 
leafhoppers, drynnid parasites of 
rice, India, P2309: Errhomenel- 
lini, P3036; Gypona, review, 
P2289; Nearctic, P3036; Typhlo- 
cibinae, Pi 138; Typhlocyba, re- 
vision, P2619. 
Margarodinae, Maskell species, 

P2463. 
Maskell species, P2407, 2463, 2689. 
mealy-winged flies, aleyrodids, 

P1362. 
Megaridinae, synopsis, P2721. 
Miridae, District of Columbia, 

P2784. 
Monnphlebinae, Maskell species, 

P2463. 
Nabidae, Neotropical, P2647. 
Oriental, P3182. 
Phrictiis in National Museum, 

P3194. 
plant lice, jumping (Psyllidae), 

New World, B8S. 
Ploiariinae, revision, P2573, 
Psyllidae, New World, B85. 
scale insects, collecting and pre- 
serving, directions for, B391; 
food plants, PI 122; geographical 
distribution, P1026. 
South American, P3184, 3189. 
Trinidad, P3184. 
Typhlocibinae, American, P1138. 
Typhlocyba, P2619. 
white flies, Aleyrodinae, P2156; 
cecidomyiid parasite of, P2444. 
Hymenoptera, Acoenitini, North 
American, P2320. 
Aculeata, wasps of subfamily 

Pseninae, P2967. 
Africa, P22S2. 
Aldabra Island, P973. 
Andrena, North American, P2064. 
Anteoninae from the Americas, 
P2704. 



Insects, Hymenoptera (continued). 

Anthidium and allies, names ap- 
plied to, P2045. 
ants, Honduras and Guatemala, 
P2434; Microdon from nests of, 
P2441. 
Apanteles, revision, P2349. 
Aphelininae, notes on, P2279. 
Aphycus, revision, P2136. 
Apoidea, Dominican, P2048. 
Arctic America, B15. 
Ashmead, notes on genera of Cy- 

nipidae proposed by, P2378. 
Asia, new ichneumon-flies, P2880; 

wasps, P2814. 
Assumption Island, P973. 
Augoc/ilora, West Indian, P1717. 
bees, Andrena, North American, 
P2064. 
Au^ochlora, West Indian, 

P1717. 
Bolivian, P2684. 
collections in National Museum, 
P1674, 1806, 1818, 2264, 2413. 
contributions to knowledge of, 

P1920. 
eucerine, names applied to, 

P1932, 
Halictus, new American, P2532. 
Lithurgtis, Anthidium, and al- 
lies. P2045. 
Nomada, names applied to, 

P1852. 
Osmia, names applied to, P1897. 
Siberian, P2607. 

type species of genera and sub- 
genera, P3156. 
Victoria, Mexico, P2476. 
Bembicini, generic revision, P2776; 

north of Mexico, P2173. 
Bolivia, P2684. 
bothriothoracine, P1025. 
Brachyclstiinae, notes on, P2604. 
Brachycyrtus, P2999. 
Bracon, Nearctic, P2178. 
braconid-flies, parasitic on aphids, 

P2657. 
Braconidae, new, P760. 
Braconinae, American, P2642. 
California, P2202. 
Callimome, review, P2663. 
Canada, P1739. 
Central America, P2704. 
Cerocephala, review of genera re- 
lated to, P3203. 

Ceylon, P1092. 

chalcid-flies, Aphelininae, P2279. 

Callimome, review, P2663. 

Chalcidinae, revision, P3082. 

Chalcidoidea, type species, B124. 

C hrysoplatycerus, revision, 
P2423. 

Decatomini (Eurytomidae), re- 
vision, P2894. 

Encyrtidae, P2629. 

Encyrtinae, P1202. 



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Ihsects, Hymenoptera, chalcid-fliea 
(Continued). 

Eupelmidae, North and South 

American, P3173. 
HarmoUta, American, P2281. 
Leucospidinae, P2427. 
Monodontomerus, P3116. 
notes and descriptions, P2213. 
parasitic on aphids, Formosa, 

P26S7. 
Perilampus, P2990. 
Pseudaphycus, new with key to 
species, P3200. 

Chalcididae, biology of the fam- 
ily, P881. 

Chaicidinae, revision, P3082. 

chalcidoid genera related to Cero- 
cephala, review, P3203. 

Chalcidoidea, Dominican, P2048; 
Eulophidae, P2140; Homaloty- 
lus and Isodromus, P2293; 
Javan, P2161; new species, 
P2332, 3137; parasitic on cac- 
tus insects, P2995; Signiphor- 
inae, P1977; type species of 
genera, B124. 

China, P3119, 

Chloral'utus, new, P2S32. 

Chlorioninae, North American and 
West Indian, P1487. 

Chrysoplatycerus, revision, Vl^l'i. 

Cladiinae and larvae, North 
American, P2396. 

Clistopyga, North American, 
P2399. 

Coccophagus, revision, P2850. 

Cremastini, revision, P2219. 

Cryptanura, tropical American, 
P3193. 

Cynipidae, from galls, P3178; 
notes on genera proposed by 
Ashmead, P2378; producing 
galls on acorns, P2440; produc- 
ing subterranean galls on oak, 
P2368. 

cynipidous galls and gall-wasps in 
National Museum, Pi 102. 

Cynipoidea, new, P2332; type spe- 
cies, P2208, 2266. 

Decatomini (Eurytomidae), re- 
vision, P2894. 

descriptions of, with synonymical 
notes, P2676. 

Didine'ts, new forms, P2837. 

Dimorphopteryx, larvae, P2083 ; 
synopsis, P2081. 

Dominican Republic, P2048. 

drynnid parasites of rice leaf- 
hoppers in India, P2309. 

Ecphylus, table to species, P1991. 

Eiphoioma, parasitic, P2010. 

Encyrtidae, new, P2629. 

Encyrtinae, genera of, P1202; 
new, PI 142; with branched an- 
tennae, P905. 

Ephialtini, North American, 
P2340. 



Insects, Hymenoptera (continued). 
Eucharidae, P3086. 
Eulophidae, North American, 

P2140, 2148. 
Eupelmidae, North and South 

American, P3173. 
Eurytomidae, revision, P2894. 
Exftoites, revision, P3017. 
Formosa, P1794, 2657. 
gallflies, Cynipidae, P2368, 2378, 

2440, 3178. 
Guatemala, P2061, 2434. 
Halictus, North American, P2S32. 
HarmoUta, revision, P2281. 
Holarctic Ichneumoninae (Pirn- 

plinae), P231S. 
Homalotylus, revision, P2293. 
Honduras, P2434. 
ichneumon-flies, Acoenitini, North 
American, P2320. 
American and Asian, P2880. 
Apanteles, revision, P2349. 
Ashmead's genera, genotypes, 

P31S0. 
Brachycyrtus, P2999. 
Clistopyga and Schizopyga, 

P2399. 
contributions to knowledge of, 

P1920. 
Cryptanura, P3193. 
Ephialtini, P2340. 
Exetastes, P3017. 
Ichneumoninae (Pimplinae), 

Holarctic, P2315. 
Javan, P2249. 

Labenini, Rhyssini, Xoridini, 
Odontomerini, and Phytodie- 
tini, P23I7. 
Lycorini, Polysphinctini, and 

Theroniini, P2326. 
Macrocentrus, P2923. 
Mesostenus, revision, P2761. 
Meteorus, P2470. 
Neoneurinae and Microgasteri- 

nae, revision, P2436. 
Neorhacodinae, P3088. 
new, P1754, 1812, 1832, 1859, 
1888, 1968, 1974, 2031, 2085, 
2284, 2296, 2416, 2494, 2595, 
2822, 2882, 2952, 2955, 3083. 
notes on, P2296, 2709. 
Odontomerus, P2826. 
Opiinae, P2095. 
Paniscini, genera of, P2510. 
Polycyrtus, notes on, P2857. 
reared, new species, P1789, 2216. 
taxonomic and nomenclatorial 

notes, P2334. 
type species of the genera, B83 ; 
P2364. 
Ichneumonidae, Ashmead manu- 
script species of Mrs. Slosson's 
Mt. Washington lists, P2429; 
in National Museum, P779. 
Ichneumoninae (Pimplinae), Hol- 
arctic, P2315. 



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iNSECis, Hymenoptera (continued). 

Ichneumonoidea, classification, 
P1206; Peruvian, P1964; Yale- 
Peruvian Expedition, P20S2. 
India, parasites, P2299, 2309. 
Isodromus, revision, P2293. 
Japan, PI 157, 1448, 1777. 
Java, P2161, 2249. 
Labenini, North American, P2317. 
Leucospidinae, studies, P2427. 
Lithurgus and allies, names ap- 
plied to, P2045. 
Lycorini, North American, P2326. 
Macrocentrus, Nearctic, revision, 

P2923. 
Mesostenus, revision, P2761. 
Meteorus, revision, P2470. 
Mexico, bees, P2476. 
Microbracon, revision, P2S80. 
Microgasterinae, African, P22S2; 
North American, revision, 
P2436. 
Monodontomerus in National Mu- 
seum, P3116. 
Mount Washington (N. H.), Ich- 

neumonidae, P2429. 
Myrmilloides, revision, P2505. 
Nearctic, Bracon, P2178; MacrO' 
centrus, P2923; sawfHcs, P1981. 
Neoneurinae, revision, P2436. 
Neorhacodinae, P3088. 
Neotropical sawflies, P2366. 
new. P1804, 1830, 1855, 1880, 1927, 
1942, 1979, 1984, 2029, 2035, 
2087, 2105, 2195, 2312. 
Nomada, names applied to, P1852. 
Nomia, North American, P1745. 
Nyssoninae, notes on, P2374. _ 
Odontomerini, North American, 

P2317. 
Odontomerus, revision, P2826, 
Odynerus tempiferus macio, nest, 

P3005. 
Opiinae, revision, P209S. 
Oryssoidea, wtudles, P1925. 
Osmia, names applied to, P1897. 
Paniscini, P2510. 

parasitic, P1730, 2068, 2197, 2517, 
2831; on Hessian fly, P532, 2204. 
Perilampus, revision, P2990. 
Perreyiinae, Neotropical, P2366. 
Peru, P1960, 1964, 2052. 
Philippine Islands, P1387, 1413, 

1416, 1424, 1722, 1733. 
Phytodietini, North American, 

P2317. 
Platygasterinae, revision, P2484. 
Podalonia, P2681. 
Polycyrtus, notes on, P2857. 
Polysphinctini, North Americaa, 

P2326. 
Proctotrypidae, monograph of 

North American, B45. 
Pseninae, review, P2967. 
Pseudaphycus, new, with key to 
species, P3200. 



Insects, Hymenoptera (continued). 

Pseudomethoca, revision, P2505. 
reared, P2261, 2445, 2633. 
Rhyssini, North American, P2317. 
•awflies, collections in National 
Museum, P1866; Dimorphopter- 
yx, P2081; Japanese, P1777; 
new, P2361; notes on, P1930; 
Perreyiinae, Neotropical, P2366; 
Siberian, P2609; Xyela, Nearc- 
tic, P1981. 
sawflies and larvae, Cladiinae, 

North American, P2396. 
tawfly larvae, Dimorphcpteryx, 
P2083; North American, P2442. 
Sceliphron, American, P2650. 
Schizopyga, North American, 

P2399. 
Scoliidae, taxonomy of Asiatic 

Tiphia, P2814. 
serphidoid, new, P2332. 
Siberia, P2607, 2609. 
Signiphorinae, monograph, P1977. 
South America, Anteoninae, 
P2704; Eupelmidae, P3173; par- 
asitic, P1786. 
Sphecidae, descriptions of certain 

species, P1902. 
Sphecoidea, Peruvian, P1960. 
Stizini, generic revision, P2776. 
Tenthredinidae, Japanese, P1157. 
Tenthredinoidea, from eastern 
Canada, P1739; study of wingi, 
P1438. 
Tttrastichus, biological control, 

P3170. 
Theroniini, North Americao, 

P2326. 
thorax, P1774. 
Ttphia, Asiatic, P2814. 
vespoid and sphecoid, Guatemala, 

P2061. 
Vespoidea, Peruvian, P1960. 
Virginia, mason wasp, P3004. 
wasps, bembicine, revision, P2173. 
Brachycistiinae, notes on, 

P2604. 
Braconinae, P2642. 
Chinese, P3119. 
collections in National Museum, 

P1869. 
cynipid, notes on, P2439, 2611. 
Cynipoidea, type species, P2208, 

2266. 
Didineis, P2837. 
digger, Cblorioninae, North 
American and West Indian, 
P1487; Podalonia, North 
American, P2681. 
mason, Virginia, P3004. 
Microbracon, P2580. 
mutlllid, biological and taxo- 
nomic investigations, B143; 
Myrmilloides and Pseudomt- 
thoca, P2505. 
new species. P1837. 



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Insects, Hymenoptera, wasps 
(Continued). 

Nyssoninae, P2374. 

Odynerus tempiferus macio, 

nest, P300S. 
Platygasterinae, P2484. 
Pseninae, P2967. 
Scelipliron, American, P2650. 
Sphecidae, P1902. 
Stizini and Bembicini, P2776. 
Tetrastichus, biological control, 

P3I70. 
Ttphia, Asia, P2814. 
wood, studies in Oryssoidea, 
P1925, 

JVesmaelia, P2206. 

West Indies, P1487, 1717. 

Xoridini, new parasitic, P1986; 
North American, P2317. 

Xyela, Nearctic, synopsis, P1981. 
Isoptera, Amazon Basin, P2615. 

America, P2496. 

Antilles. P2441. 

Central America, P2441. 

Hawaii, P2441, 2496. 

India, P2957. 

South America, P2441. 

termites, Amazon Basin, P2615; 
American and Hawaiian, P2496; 
Hawaiian, Central and South 
American, Antiilean, P2441 ; In- 
dian, P2957; Nearctic, revision, 
B108. 
Lepidoptera, A crony eta, revision, 
P1140. 

Aegeriidae, North American, B190. 

Africa, eastern, P1062, 1063, 1098. 

Agrotis, revision, B38. 

Aldabra, Seychelles, and other 
east African islands, P1064. 

Aldabra Island, P973. 

Araclinis, North American, P3123. 

Arctic America, BIS. 

Argyresthia, revision of, Ameri- 
can, P1S06. 

Assumption Island, P973. 

bibliographical catalog of trans- 
formations, B3S. 

Blastobasidae, generic table, P1S67. 

Bombycidae, P3063. 

British America, Athabaska and 
Mackenzie region, P1488. 

British Columbia, P137S, 1376. 

budworms, Heliothis, P2617. 

butterflies, danaid. North and 
Middle America, P3118; Dis- 
trict of Columbia, B157; Eu- 
phydryas phaeton, P2683 ; Mass- 
achusetts, eastern, P1987; new 
American, P1262; Old World 
(Papilio machaon) in North 
America, P2934; Polygonia faU' 
nus subsp., P3013. 

Callimorpha, North American 
species, P634. 

Campometra, PI 184. 

Canal Zone, P20S0. 

711175—47—17 



Insects, Lepidoptera (continued). 

cecidomyiid parasite of white fly, 
P2444. 

Cerathosia, notes on, P706. 

Ceruridae, new species, P2740. 

Cochlidiidae, new species, P1550. 

collecting, preserving, and trans- 
porting tortricids and other 
small moths, directions for, C27. 

Colorado, P1290. 

Cosmopteryx, review of American, 
P1463. 

Cucullia, boreal American, re- 
vision, P890. 

Cydosia, notes on, P706. 

Depressaria, review of American, 
P1268. 

Diatraea and allies, American, 
P2691. 

Dicopinae, boreal American, P891. 

District of Columbia, B157; P3162. 

Dominican Republic, P2056. 

Dyomyx, P2046. 

Ennominae, geometrid moths as- 
sociated with Ellopia, P3159. 

Eucosminae, North American, re- 
vision, B123; notes on, P2779. 

Euerythra, the species of, P633. 

Euphydryas phaeton, notes on, 
P2683. 

Florida, P1208. 

forest, with descriptions of new 
species, larvae, and pupae, 
P230S. 

Fu7idella, American, P3190. 

Gelechia, restriction of genus, 
P3064. 

Gelechiidae, revision of Ameri- 
can, P1304. 

Glyphipterygidae, pest of Albiz- 
zia, P3162. 

Hadena, revision, P839. 

Heliothis, Nearctic budworms, 
P2617. 

Homohadena, revision, P838. 

Hypeninae, revision, P2132. 

Japan, P1412. 

Kashmir, P1065. 

Kerguelen Island, B3. 

Laspeyresiinae, revision of North 
American, B132. 

Leucania, boreal North American, 
P1283. 

Luperina, revision, P839. 

Mamestra, revision, P8S1. 

Massachusetts, P1987. 

Mexico, P1742, 1885, 1951, 20S4, 
2139, 2239. 

Microlepidoptera, Panama, P2043 ; 
South America, P1815; Wash- 
ington, P3149. 

Morrisonia, revision of boreal 
American, P892. 

moth larvae, Colorado, P1290. 

moths, American, notes on, P2879. 
Arachnis, North American, 
P3123. 



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INSECTS-INSECTS 



Insects, Lepidoptera, moths (continued). 

Arthyresthia, revision, P1506. 

Bombycidae, P3063. 

Campometra, PI 184. 

Ceruiidae (Notodontidae), new, 
P2740. 

clear-wing, Aegeriidae, B190. 

cochlidian, American, P1423. 

Cochlidiidae, PISSO. 

collecting, preserving, and trans- 
porting, directions for, C27. 

collections in National Museum, 
P2520. 

Cosmopteryx, review, P1463. 

crambid. North American, 
PI 649. 

deltoid, North American, B48. 

Depressaria, review, P1268. 

Diatraea and allies, P2691. 

Ennominae associated with El- 
lopia, P3159. 

Eucosminae, North America, re- 
vision of, B123 ; notes on, 
P2779. 

Fundella, P3190. 

Gelechiidae, revision, PI 304. 

geometrid. South American, 
P14S6, 1601. 

heterocerous, new species, P3102. 

Leucania, boreal North Ameri- 
can, P1283. 

nociuid, Palindia and Dyomyx, 
P2046 ; Tropical American, 
P2039. 

Noctuidae, B38, 44, 48; P647, 
781, 838, 839, 851, 890-892, 
1140, 1203, 1283, 1645. 

North American, life histories, 
P1209. 

Notodontidae, P3026, 3063. 

Oecophoiidae, generic revision, 
P1644; North American, 
P3107. 

Pero, studies on, P1753. 

Phycitidae, P3053, 3190. 

Rupela, P3019. 

saturnian, in National Museum, 
P1947; new species of, P1597. 

Scoparia, P2769. 

South American, P1419, 1421, 
1444. 

syntomid, southern Venezuela, 
. Pl'^34. 

tineid, Blastobastldae, generic 
table of, P1567; British Co- 
lumbia, P1375; southern 
Texas, P1465. 

Tineina, Florida, P1208. 

tineoid (Microlepidoptera), 
South American, P1815. 

tortricid. North Carolina, P1398. 
Nearctic budworms, P2617. 
new species in National Museum, 

P2307, 2372. 
Noctuidae, boreal American, B44; 

P890-892, 1140, 1283; new, 



Insects, Lepidoptera, Noctuidae 
(Continued). 

P1203; North American, B38, 
48, _P647, 781, 838, 839, 851; 
species previouslv referred to 
Homoptera, P164S. 

North America, bibliographical 
catalog of transformations, B35; 
list, with key, B52. 

North Carolina, P1398. 

Notodontidae, new species, P2740, 
3026, 3063. 

Oecophoridae, revision. Pi 644, 
3107. 

Olethreutidae, revision of North 
American Eucosminae, B123. 

Olethreulinae, revision of North 
American, B!32. 

Palindia, F2046. 

Panama, P2043. 

Papilio machaon In North Amer- 
ica, P2934. 

Pero, North American, P1753. 

Peru, P2006. 

Phycitidae, revision, P3190; cac- 
tus-feeding Phycitinae, P3053. 

Polygonia faunus subsp., P3013. 

Pyralldidae, moths of eenus Ru- 
pela, P3019. 

Saturniidae, revision, P581. 

Schoenobiinae, moths of genus i?M- 
pela,VZQl9. 

Scoparia, American, P2769. 

South American, P1419-1421, 1444, 
1456, 1601, ISIS. 

taeniocampid genera. North Amer- 
ican, P781. 

Texas, P1465. 

Tineina, Florida, P1208. 

tortricids, directions for collect- 
ing, preserving, and transport- 
ing, C27. 

Trichostibas, new species of, P176S. 

Venezuela, southern, P1434. 

Washington, P3149. 

Xylomiges, revision of boreal 
American, P892. 

Xylophasia, revision, P839. 
Louisiana, New Orleans, P440. 
Mallophaga, biting lies from birds 

and mamm,als, P1183; Dennyus 

and Eureum, taxonomy and host 

relationships, P2843 ; Gyropidae, 

taxonomy, biology, and distribu- 
tion, P2489; Neotropical, from 

Tinamldae, P3180; bird louse from 

troupials, P2201. 
Neuroptera, Arctic America, How- 
gate Polar Expedition, BlS; Chi- 
na, Szechwan, P3079. 
Odonata (dragonflies), Aciagrion, 
notes on Oriental, P2547. 

Aeschninae, Burma and lower 
Siam, P2467. 

Africa, east, P1046, 1047. 

Aldabra Island, P973. 

Assumption Island, P973. 



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255 



Insects, Odonata (continued). 

Bumping Lake, Wash., P2017. 
Burma, P1389, 1571, 2467. 
California, P2192. 
Calopteryginae, Burma and lower 

Siam, P1389. 
Chlorogomphinae, Cordulegasteri- 

nae, Burma and lower Siam, 

P1S71. 
collecting and rearing, directions 

for, B39o. 
Cumberland Valley, Kentucky and 

Tennessee, P1928. 
Gcmphinae, Burma and lower 

Siam, P1571. 
Gomphus parvidens, Maryland, 

P2199. 
Helocnrdulia, naiads, P2S02. 
Kentucky, Cumberland Valley, 

P1928. 
M acromta, North American, 

P1710. 
Maryland, P2199. 
Mississippi Valley, P1692. 
naiads, P2390, 2502. 
Neotropical, P2089. 
Nevada, P2192. 
nymphs in National Museum, 

P1371. 
Oregon, P2107. 
Oriental, P2547. 
Siam, lower, P1389. 1571, 2467, 

2666. 
Tennessee, Cumberland Valley, 

P1928. 
Urothemis, lower Siam, P2666. 
Washington, P2017, 2107. 
wing of, genealogic study of, 

P1331. 
Orthoptera, Acrididae, Neotropical, 
. P1650; new North American, 

P764; Paraguay, P1461; United 

States, notes on, P2G93 ; Yale 

Peruvian Expedition, P1949, 

2001. 
Acridinae, South American, P1453, 

1661. 
Africa, P1910. 
Arizona, P1333, 1403. 
blattids or cockroaches, Old 

World, P1363. 
Brazil, P1661. 

Canada, Athabaska and Macken- 
zie region, P1488. 
China, leaf-katydids, P3176. 
cockroaches or blattids, Old World, 

P1363. 
Colorado, P1333. 

crickets, Costa Rican, P1459; Par- 
aguay, P1450. 
Decticinae, North American, 

P1530. 
Dominican Republic, P2058. 
grasshoppers, Acrididae, P2093; 

South American, P1453 ; Pyr- 

gomorphinae and Locustinae, 



Insects, Orthoptera (continued), 
Brazilian. P1661. 

Gryllidae, Paraguay, P1450. 

Java, P2675. 

katydids, Costa Rican, P1459; Par- 
aguay, P1450; Utah, P2468. 

leaf-katydids, Chinese, P3176. 

Locustidae, Paraguay, P1450. 

Locustinae, Brazilian, P1661. 

locusts, Paraguay, P1461; short- 
horned, Yale Peruvian Expedi- 
tion, P1949, 2001. 

Mantidae, African, P1910; Ameri- 
can, P1364. 

Melanopli, revision, P1124. 

Nearctic, nonsaltatorial forms, 
P1970. 

Neotropical, Acrididae, P16S0. 

New Mexico, PI 3 3 3. 

Old World blattids, P1363. 

Paraguay, P1450, 1461. 

Peru, P1949, 1956, 2001. 

Phasmidae, African, P1910; 
United States, P1335, 

Pinchot South Seas Expedition, 
P2921. 

Pyrgomorphinae, Brazilian, P1661. 

Rhaphidophorinae, north of Mex- 
ico, P2130, 

Siberia, P2679. 

soothsayers, American, P1364. 

South America, P1450, 1453, 1461, 
1661, 1949, 1956, 2001. 

South Seas, Pinchot Expedition, 
P2921. 

Steiroxys /lendersojii, Utah, P2468. 

tettiginiid insects, North Ameri- 
can, P2130. 

Texas, P1333. 

Trimerotropis, revision, P121S. 

United States, unrecorded from 
previouslv, P1378. 

Utah, P2468. 

Virginia, P2176. 

walkingsticks, United States, 
P1335. 

western, notes on, P1599. 

Xiphidiopsis, Chinese, P3176. 
Plecoptera, stoneflies, directions for 

collecting and rearinc, B39o. 
Providence and Seychelles Islands, 

P1119. 
Strepsiptera, monographic revision, 

B66; morphology, with records 

and descriptions, P2242; notes on, 

P1834. 
thorax and articulation of wings, 

P1687. 
Thysanoptera, Barbados and St. Vin- 
cent Islands, P1590; distribution 

and food plants, P2008; North 

American, monograph, P1310. 
Thysanura, apterygotan family Jap- 

ygidae, Neotropical, P3151. 
Trichoptera, Siam and China, P289I. 
(See also under Fossils.) 



256 



INSTITUTE OF JAMAICA-JAPAN 



Institute of Jamaica Public Museum, 
fishes from, P418. 

International Boundary Commission, 
Mexico-United States boundary collec- 
tions, hares, P1081 ; mammals, P107S; 
moliusks, P1033, 1111. 

International Fisheries Commission, 
northeastern Pacific, fishes, P3062. 

International Fisheries Exhibition. (Sec 
under London.) 

Inventions, history of, synoptic series of 
objects in National Museum, P2404. 

Invertebrates, economical, catalog of il- 
lustrations, BI4, pt. 2. 

Iowa, fishes, P470; fossil coniferous 
vyood, new species, P677; meteorite 
from Estherville, with reference to 
"peckhamite" and probable metamor- 
phic nature, P2341 ; salamander, P1874. 

Iron. (See under History.) 

Isopods. (See under Crustaceans.) 

Isoptera. (See under Insects.) 



Jacamars. (See under Birds.) 
Ja<;anas. (See under Birds.) 
Jackson, John Barnard Swett, P12. 
Jackson, Robert Tracy, B103, pt. 5; 

P2218, 3015. 
JacobsoM, Edward, terrestrial Isopoda 

collected in Java, P2419. 
Jade, of Tuxtla statuette, P2409. 
Jadeite. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Jaguars. (See under Mammals.) 
Jamaica, boa, yellow, new name for, 
P1218. 
ferns, Polypodium, P1374. 
Foraminifera from north coast, P2360. 
frogs, P2767._ 
isopods, marine and terrestrial, 

PI 8 94. 
memithid worms, new genus and 

species of, P2S27. 
public museum of the Institute of, 
fishes received from, Pomadasys 
approximans and Tylosurus eury- 
ops described, P418. 
James, Maurice Theodore, P306S. 
[James, Thomas Potts, B3.] 
James, U. P., types of Ordovician and 

Silurian Bryozoa, P1442. 
Jamesonite, silver-bearing, P2351. 
Japan, Ainos of Yezo, R1890, pt. 3, No. 6. 
Alcyonaria collected by Albatross, 

P1923. 
alcyonoid polyp, new genus and spe- 
cies, P346. 
annelids, pclychaetous, P2641. 
avifauna, additions to, P906; Liu 

Kiu Islands, P641. 
bandfishes, review of Cepolidae, 

P1330. 
bass, giant, P14766. 
birds, collected by Harry V. Hen- 
son at Yezo, P964; collected by M. 
Namiye, P597, 649; collections in 
Science College Museum, Imperial 



Japan, birds (continued). 

University, Tokyo, P874, 957; re- 
lated to North American species, 

P390; review, P558, 578, 579, 601, 

628, 642, 667, 735, 751: water 

birds, P598. 
burial mounds, ancient, R1891, pt. 3, 

No. 5. 
cardinalfishes, review, P1240. 
Chimaera, white, PI3S6. 
clingfishes, Gobiesocidae, review, 

P1291. 
coral, new genus and species of fos- 
sil turbinolid, Pi 194. 
cotton fiber presented to National 

Museum, with information as to 

amount of annual crop and price, 

P250. 
cotton husbandry, account of, P251. 
creepers, review, P667. 
crinoids, Eudiocrinus, P1551. 
crow, carrion, systematic name of, 

P629. 
crustaceans, stalk-eyed, P1307. 
dragon-god (Dai-Ja), Idzumo, 

P2587. 
eel, AnguUla manabei, P1957. 
feather-stars, P1615. 
fishes, Aboma, new species, P1298. 

Agonidae, review, P136S. 

apodal, or eels, review, P1239. 

atherine, review, P1250. 

berycoid, review, P1306. 

Bleekeria mitsukurii, supplementa- 
ry note on, P3128. 

blennoid, review, P1293. 

blennylike, from Port Mororan, 
Vulcano Bay, PI 127. 

Chaetodontidae and related fami- 
lies, review, P1296. 

cirrhitoid, review, P1562. 

collected by K. Otaki and by Al- 
batross, P1213. 

collected by L. Stejneger and N. 
A. Grebnitski, P1112. 

collected by R. V. Anderson at 
Tanega and Yaku, P1462. 

cottid, new, P3000. 

cyclogasterid, new, P1907. 

cyprinoid, review, P1334. 

discobolous, review, P1259. 

dragonets, Callionymidae and re- 
lated fishes, review, P1305. 

Echigo, PI 570. 

elasmobranchiate, review, P1324. 

flatheads, gurnards, and other 
mail-cheeked, review, P1581. 

Gerridae, review, P1S25. 

gobioid, review, P1254. 

gymnodont, review, P1254. 

hemibranchiate, review, P1308. 

herringlike, review, P1499. 

Hexagrammidae, review, P1348. 

Histiopteridae, review, with note 
on Tephritis, P1423. 

hypostomide and lophobranchiate, 
review, P1241. 



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257 



Japan, fishes (continued). 

labroid and related forms, review, 
P1266. 

Lobotidae and Lutianidae, review, 
P1792, 

macrouroid, collected by Albatross, 
P2149. 

new, P144S, 1489, 1635, 1688, 1836. 

ophidioid, review, Pi 303. 

pediculate, or anglers, review, 
P1261. 

salmonoid, review, P1265. 

sciaenoid, review, P1787. 

scorpaenoid, review, P1351. 

Shikoku, description of Gnathy- 
pops iyonis, P2011. 

shore, collected by Albatross, 
P1909. 

siluroid, or catfishes, review, P1338. 

Sparidae and related perchlike 
families, P187S. 

synento.enathous, review, P1319. 

trachinoid and allies, review, 
P1263. 
flounders and soles, P14S4, 2082. 
flycatchers, paradise, P1721. 
halfbeak, Hemlramphus mioprorus, 

Nagasaki, P1602. 
Hemiptera presented to National 

Museum by K. Mitzukuri, PI 108. 
herpetology, BS8. 
Hymenoptera, new, PI448; Tenthre- 

dinidae, P1157. 
ibises, storks, and herons, review, 

P628. 
Idotea, new, Hakodate Bay, P1189. 
isopod, Cleaniis, new species of, 

P1883; Ichihyoxenus, new species 

of, with discussion of genus, 

P1995. 
Japanese tale, P2587. 
killifishes, Poeciliidae, review, P1486. 
lacquer, preparation of, and manu- 
facture of Wakasa lacquerware, 

P74S. 
lancelots, hagfishes, and lampreys, 

review, P1233. 
Lepidoptera, collection of early 

stages, P1412. 
lizardfishes, Synodcntidae, review, 

PI 544. 
loaches, review of Cobitidae, P1332. 
mole, Dymecodon pilirostr'is, P557. 
nutcracker, Nucifra^a caryocatactes 

macrorhynchos, P735. 
ornithological notes, P383. __ 

pigeons, review, P642. 
pit-dwellers, ancient, Yezo, R1890, 

pt. 3, No. 5. 
playing cards, P836. 
Pyramidellidae, notes on, P1452. 
quail, remarks on, P974. 
rails, gallinules, and coots, review, 

PS79. 
reed warbler, notes on, P997. 
711175—47—18 



Japan (continued). 

relics, ancient, R1891, pt. 3, No. 6. 
salmon and trout, note on. Pi 399. 
sand lances, or Ammodytidae, re- 
view, P1464. 
sawflies in National Museum, P1777. 
sculpins, new, P1326; review of Cot- 
tidae, P1358; Schmidtina, P1381. 
sea bass, Serranidae, review, P1714. 
sea-star, new, P2493 ; Plazaster and 
note on Parastertna, P3114; Po- 
raniopsis, P3059. 
sharks, goblin, Mitsukurina cwsioni, 
notes on adult, P1409; squaloid, 
new species, P1279. 
Shinto, or mythology, R1891, pt. 3, 

No. 4. 
shrike, gray, collected by Capt. Bla- 

kiston at Yezo, P931. 
sturgeons, Acipenseridae, synopsis, 

P1455. 
surf-fishes, or Embiotocidae, review, 

P1260. 
surmullets, or goatfishes, Mullidae, 

review, P1S13. 
threadfin, Polynemidae, new species, 

P1470. 
tits and nuthatches, review, P578. 
tree-sparrow, new species, Liu-Kiu, 

P473. 
triggerfishes, filefishes, and trunk- 
fishes, review, P1287. 
Turdus, review, P601. 
wood-cutting and wood-cut printing, 

R1892, pt. 3, No. 1. 
woodpeckers, review, FSS8. 
wrens, review, P751. 
Japan, Sea of, birds collected by Alba- 
tross, PI 727. 
Jarvis, P. W., and Cushman, Joseph A., 

P2914. 
Java, crane flies, Tipulidae, in National 
Museum, P2103. 
Dipteia, new, P2932. 
fishes, collected by D. H. Campbell 
at Buytenzorg, P1575; collected by 
O. Bryant and W. Palmer, P1919; 
notes on, P2682. 
Hymenoptera, chalcidoid, P2161. 
ichneumon-fiies, notes on, P2249. 
insects, orthopteroid, collected by O. 

Bryant and W. Palmer, P2675. 
Isopoda collected by E. Jacobson, 
F2419. 
Java Sea, birds collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott on various islands, P2232; birds 
of Bawean Island, P2175. 
Jaynes, Harold Andrus, and Allen, Harry 

Willis, P2814. 
Jays. (See under Birds.) 
Jefferson, John Percival, PS4. 
Jefferson, J. P.; Porter, Joseph Yates; 

and Moore, Thomas, P37. 
Jellyfishes. (See under Medusae; also 
under Fossils, medusae.) 



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JENKINS-KANSAS 



Jenkins, Oliver Peebles, and Everraann, 

Barton Warren, P681, 698, 846. 
Jerboas. (See under Mammals.) 
Jewish ceremonial objects. (See under 

Anthropology, religion.) 
Johnson, S. H., P217. 
Johnston, John Robert, CNH12, pt. 2 

(3d art.). 
Johnstons Island, notes on fishes, P272. 
Jones, John Matthew, and Goode, 

George Brown, B25. 
Jones, M. E., Asteraceae described by 

from Mexico and the southwestern 

United States, CNH29, pt. 2 (2d art.) ; 

Mexican phanerogams described by, 

CNH29, pt. 2 (1st art.). 
Jones, Myrna Frances, P2791. 
Jones, W. H., mollusks collected on west 

coast of South America, P854. 
Jordan, David Starr, B9, 10, 12; P20, 
81, 84, 94, 104, 105, 159, 160, 178, 
288, 404, 405, 416, 422, 433, 437, 
438, 451, 466, 467, 485, 490, 500, 
503, 511, 526, 527, 550, 551, 565, 
593, 595, 630, 648, 652, 675, 682, 
719, 723, 732, 789, 822, 829, 845, 
916, 938, 1328, 1399, 1464, 1523, 
1525, 1922, 1957, 2273, 2277, 2392, 
2472, 2519. 
fishes collected by at Cedar Keys, 
Fla., P426. 
Jordan, D. S., and Bollraan, Charles 

Karvey, P752, 770. 
Jordan, D. S., and Brayton, Alembert 

Winthrop, B12. 
Jordan, D. 8., and Dickerson, Mary 

Cynthia, P1592, 1602, 1625. 
Jordan, D. S., and Edwards, Charles 

Lincoln, P566. 
Jordan, D. S., and Eigenraann, Carl H., 

P484, 587, 627. 
Jordan, D. S., and Evermann, Barton 

Warren, B47; P586, 780, 791, 1289, 

1662. 
Jordan, D. S., and Fordice, Morton W., 

P575. 
Jordan, D. S., and Fowler, Henry Weed, 

P1278, 1287, 1291, 1296, 1298, 1303, 

1305, 1306, 1324, 1330, 1332, 1334, 1338. 
Jordan, D. S., and Gilbert, Charles 

Henry, B16; P55, 106-111, 117-119, 

125, 126, 129, 130, 132, 135, 136, 141, 

144, 146, 147, 150-154, 156, 157, 161, 

162, 164, 167, 170, 171, 173-176, 191- 

194, 221, 227, 237, 242, 252, 254, 26S, 

269, 273, 277, 282, 289-294, 296, 298, 

324-329, 334-336, 352, 355, 367-370, 

401-403, 417, 452, 549, 639, 939. 
Jordan, D. S., and Herre, Albert Chris- 

tion, P1499, 1544, 1562. 
Jordan, D, S., and Hughes, Elizabeth G., 

P552, 574. 
Jordan, D. S., and Jouy, Pierre Louis, 

P185. 
Jordan, D. S., and McGregor, Richard 

Crittenden, P1470. 



Jordan, D. S., and Meek, Seth Eugene, 

P427, 450, 453, 470, 483. 
Jordan, D. S., and Metz, Charles Wil- 
liam, P1915. 
Jordan, D. S., and Richardson, Robert 

Earl, P1570, 1572, 1581, 1714. 
Jordan, D. S., and Seale, Alvin, P1407, 

1433, 1445, 1575. 
Jordan, D. S., and Sindo, Michitaro, 

P1260, 1261. 
Jordan, D. S., and Snyder, John Otter- 

bein, P1213, 1233, 1235, 1239-1241, 

1244, 1254, 1259, 1263, 1265, 1266, 1279, 

1293, 1300, 1356, 1377, 1386, 1422, 14SS, 

1474, 1476, 1486, 1677, 1999. 
Jordan, D. S., and Starks, Edwin Chapin, 

P1232, 1250, 1308, 1319, 1326, 1348, 

1351, 1358, 1365, 1381, 1391, 1462, 1484, 

1493, 1510, 1517, 1541. 
Jordan, D. S., and Swain, Joseph, P378, 

414, 426, 434, 436, 447, 449, 465. 
Jordan, D. S., and Thompson, William 

Francis, P1728, 1752, 1787, 1792, 1875, 

2011. 
Jordan, Eric Knight, P232S, 2570. 
Jouv, Pierre Louis, R188S, pt. 3, No. 5; 
P186, 383, 975, 1721. 
birds collected by in Korea, P173S. 
fishes collected by, P1235, 1391, 1433. 
Korean collection, R1891, pt. 3, No. 
3. 
Jouy, P. L., and Jordan, David Starr, 

P185. 
[Jouy, Mrs. Marion S. F., B53, pt. 2, 

sects. 2, 3.] 
Juan de Fuca, Straits, new species of 

Paralepis (P. coruscans), P171. 
Juan Fernandez Islands, Forarainfera, 

P2780. 
Juday, Chancey, P2541. 
Judd, Neil Merton, P2828. 
Judd, Sylvester Dwight, P1084. 
Jurassic. (See under Fossils.) 



Kaburaki, Tokio, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 10. 
Kalb, George B., and Swain, Joseph, 

P332. 
Kamchatka, carrion crow, systematic 
name of, P629. 
fishes collected by L. Stejneger and 

N. A. Grebnitski, P1112. 
ornithological explorations, B29. 
sea-star, Trophodiscus, P2180. 
woodpecker, three-toed, Picoides al- 
bidior, P701. 
Kansas, Coal Measures, labyrinthodont 
from, P1796. 
fishes, contribution to knowledge of, 

P624; new, P456. 
fossils, new Cretaceous invertebrate, 

P93. 
mastodon, Gomphotherium elegans, 
Pleistocene, P2198. 



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259 



Kansas (continued). 

meteorites, Admire, Lyon County, 

P1273; Cullison, Pratt County, 

Pi 952; Scott County, second find, 

P1905. 

plants, collected by C. H. Thompson, 

CNH3, No. 9 (1st art.), 
rodent, horned, Miocene, P15S4. 
roulette, prehistoric, Wyandotte 

County, P309I. 
Kaprotholite group, bcnjarainite 
from, P2537. 
Karimata Islands, Dutch East Indies, 
birds collected by W. L. Abbott, P2512; 
mammals collected by W. L. Abbott, 
P1481. 
Kashmir, birds collected by W. L. Ab- 
bott, P1078; Lepidoptera collected by 
W. L. Abbott, P1065; mammals pre- 
sented by W. L. Abbott, P976; rodents, 
Sminthus, P1004. 
Katydids. (See Insects, Orthoptera.) 
Kearfott, William Dunham, P1398, 1649. 
Kearney, Thomas H.,Jr., CNHS, Nos. 5, 6. 
Kellers, H. C, fishes collected at Niua- 
foou Island, Tonga Group, Oceania, 
P2931. 
Kellett, Betty, and Cushman, Joseph Au- 
gustine, P2796. 
Kelley, Louis, and Berrj', Willard, P2816. 
Kellogg, Remington, B160; P2435, 2462, 
2482, 2483, 2563, 2564, 2600, 2645, 3022, 
3051. 
Kellogg, Remington, and Goldman, Ed- 
ward Alphonso, P3186. 
Kellogg, Vernon Lyman, P1183. 
Kendall, William Converse, P1089, 1763, 

1814. 
Kendall, W. C, and Evermann, Barton 

Warren, P1043, 1482, 1748. 
Kennedy, Clarence Hamilton, P2017, 

2107, 2192, 2390, 2502. 
Kentucky, birds of, P3089. 

crustacean fauna from Mammoth 

Cave, P1285. 
dragonflies, Cumberland Valley, 

P1928. 
fishes, Whitley County, P378. 
meteorites, Cumberland Valley, 
Whitley County, P2306; Mount 
Vernon, P1392. 
Mississippi River bluffs and fossil 
flora, Columbus and Hickman, 
P2074. 
plants, fossil, P679. 
Kenya Colony, birds of Childs Frick Ex- 
pedition, B153. 
Kerguelen Island, natural history, Tran- 

sit-of-Venus Expedition, B2, 3. 
Kershner, E., collection of minerals from 

Kerguelen Island, B3. 
Keyhole urchins. (See Echinoderms.) 
Kharga, Egypt, sand-barites, P1726. 
Kidder, Jerome Henry, B2, 3 ; P96. 
Kidder, J. H., and Coues, Elliott, B3. 



Kilimanjaro, east Africa, birds, P1411; 
chameleon, P857; ethnologic collec- 
tions, R1891, pt. 3, No. 2; mammals, 
P814, 915. 
Killifishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Killip, Ellsvyorth Paine, CNH26, pts. 8, 

10. 
Kinetic evolution, example in millipeds, 

P1831. 
Kingfishers. (See under Birds.) 
Kirk, Edwin, P1846, 2038, 2414, 2569, 
2649, 2661, 2692, 2760, 2763, 2793, 2819, 
2972, 3080, 3103, 3144. 
Kirsch, Philip Henry, P754. 
Kirtland formation. New Mexico, rep- 
tiles, P2978. 
Kishinouye, Kamakiche, PI 188. 
Kitchen middens. (See under Anthro- 
pology.) 
Klages, Edward A., P1434. 
Klamath Indians. (See under Anthropol- 
ogy, Indians.) 
Klaprotholite. (See under Mineralogy.) 
Kloss, Cecil Boden, birds collected in the 
A^ndaman and Nicobar Islands, P1288. 
Knab, Frederick, P2015, 2033. 
Knab, Frederick, and Dyar, Harrison 

Gray, P1632. 
Knight, Harry Hazelton, and McAtce, 

Waldo Lee, P2784. 
Knives. (See under Anthropology.) 
Knobstone formation, crinoid fauna, 

P1850. 
Knowlton, Frank Hall, B39b; 53, pt. 2, 
sect. 3; P513, 676, 677, 679, [688], 
690, 784, 921, 998, 1639, 1994, 2151, 
2158. 
Knowlton, F. H., and Fontaine, Williana 

Morris, P821. 
Knudsen, Valdemar, birds collected on 

Kauai Island, Hawaii, P609, 778. 
Koehler, Rene, B84; BlOO, vol. 5. 
Koehler, S. R., R1890, pt. 3, No. 2; 1892, 

pt. 3, No. 1; C37. 
[Kolliker, Herr v.], P220. 
Korea, Bernadou, Allen, and Jouy col- 
lections in National Museum, 
pt. 3, No. 3. 
birds collected by P. L. Jouy, P173S. 
fishes collected by P. L. Jouy, P1391. 
flycatchers, paradise, P1721. 
ludwigites, P2395. 
mortuary pottery in the National 

Museum, R1888, pt. 3, No.^ S. 
paraphernalia of sorceress, in Na- 
tional Museum, P2168. 
Krieger, Herbert William, B134, 137, 147, 

156; P2732, 2896. 
Kumlien, Ludwig, BIS. 
Kunz, George Frederick, R1886, pt. 3, 

No. 2; P666. 
Kuril Islands, birds, P1144. 
Kutenai canoes, R1899, pt. 2, No. 4. 
Kwakiutl. (See under Anthropology, 
Indians.) 



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Labrador, annelids, dredged by Owen 
Bryant, P1703. 
birds, list, P518. 
Bryozoa, collected by Owen Bryant, 

Pi933. 
coelenterates, collected by Owen 

Bryant, P1706. 
Crustacea, dredged by expedition 
under W. A. Stearns, P374; fresh- 
water, P1S89; marine, review of, 
P37S. 
fishes, collected by Owen Bryant, 

P1763. 
Grampus explorations, R1889, pt. 3, 

No. 7. 
Mollusca and Echinodermata, 
dredged by expedition under W. A. 
Stearns, P377. 
mollusks, Ungava Bay, P561. 
natural history, notes on, P3S3. 
Onchidiopsis, mollusk genus new 
to eastern North America, P1761. 
Labyrinthodont, Kansas Coal Measures, 

P1796. 
Lacepede, his neglected generic names of 

fishes, P324. 
Lacquerware, Wakasa, P745. 
Ladak, birds collected by W. L. Abbott, 

P1078. 
Laidlaw, Frank Fortescue, P2467, 2547, 

2666. 
Lake Michigan, Uranidea policharis, 

P277. 
Lake-of-the-Woods and connecting wa- 
ters, fishes, P1778. 
Lake Ontario, deep-water sculpin (Tr'ig- 
lopsis ontariensis), new species, with 
notes on related species, P1728. 
Lake Tanganyika, fishes collected by H. 

C. Raven, P2998. 
Lamp of the Eskimo, R1896, pt. 2, No. 5. 
Lampreys. (See under Fishes.) 
Lamson-Scribner, Frank, and Merrill, 

Elmer Drew, CNH13, pt. 3. 
Lance formation, of Wyoming, P2127, 

2137, 2875. 
Lancelets. (See under Fishes.) 
Lances. (See under Fishes.) 
Laney, Francis Baker, P1835. 
Lang, W. B., meteoric stone collected by, 

P2787. 
Langley, Samuel Pierpont, R1897, vol. 2; 

C36. 
Lanternflies. (See under Insects, Hemip- 

tera.) 
La Plata Basin, poecilid fishes, P1532. 
Laramie group, molluscan forms, P266. 
Larco, Andrea, fishes collected by at 

Santa Barbara, Calif., P296. 
Larks. (See under Birds.) 
Latimer, Homer Barker, and Everraano, 

Barton Warren, P1778. 
Latin America, fungus beetles, Endo- 
mychidae, P3168. 



Lawrence, George Newbold, B4; P19, 27, 
35, 45, 51, 57, 61, 103, 142, 166, 
216, 545, 653. 
published writings of, B40. 

Laysan, fishes from, P1377; Recent Ma- 
dreporaria, B59. 

Lea, Isaac, published writings of, B23. 

Leafhoppers. (See Insects, Hemiptera.) 

Leaf-katydids. (See Insects, Orthoptera.) 

Leavj', Joseph Britton, BIOS. 

LeConte, John Lawrence, B15. 

Leeches. (See under Annelids.) 

Lefroy, H. Maxwell, fishes from, P1345. 

Lefroy, John Henry, B25, pt. 2. 

Le Have Bank, occurrence of Lycodei 
vahlii, P78. 

Leiberg, John Bernhard, CNH5, No. 1. 

Lemurs. (See under Mammals.) 

Leonard, Emery Clarence, CNH22, pt. 10. 

Lepidoptera. (See under Insects.) 

Leptocardians. (See under Cephalochor- 
data.) 

Leslie, Charles C, fishes sent from 
Charleston, S. C, Pe27. 

Lesquereux, Leo, P300, 606, 679, 688, 792. 
fossil plants identified by, P606. 

Lesser Antilles. (See under Antilles.) 

Leyden Museum, Holland, taxidermical 
methods, R1895, pt. 2, No. 7. 

Liberia, birds collected by R. P. Currie, 
P1182; fishes, fresh-water, P3152; 
Smithsonian-Firestone Expedition, rep- 
tiles and amphibians, P3128. 

Lice, biting. (See Insects, Mallophaga.) 

Lice, plant. (See under Insects, Hemi- 
ptera.) 

Lice, sucking. (See Insects, Anoplura.) 

Lichens. (See under Plants.) 

Lighting. (See under Anthropology.) 

Lilljeborg, Wilhelm, P621. 

Limestones, carbonic acid tests on weath- 
ering, P2108. 

Limpets. (See under Mollusks.) 

Lincoln, Frederick Charles, and Wet- 
more, Alexander, P2966. 

Linell, Martin Larsson, P1040, 1094, 
1096, 1113, 1119, 1130, 1143. 

Linnaean collection, American fishes in, 
P510. 

Linnaean names of American fishes, 
P527. 

Linnaeus, Carl, types of American 
grasses described by, CNH12, pt. 3. 

Linnaeus's "Systema Naturae," nomen- 
clature of whalebone whales, P1163. 

Linton, Edwin, P636, 893, 1123, 1125, 
1133, 1410, 1529, 1560, 2040, 2401, 
2433, 2511, 2656, 2722, 3078, 3112. 

Lions. (See under Mammals.) 

Lithology, District of Columbia, P523. 

Liu Kiu. (See under Riu Kiu.) 

Liverworts. (See under Plants; also 
under Fossils, plants.) 

Lizardfishes. (See under Fishes.) 



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261 



Lizards. (See under Reptiles; also under 

Fossils, reptiles.) 
Loaches. (See under Fishes.) 
Lockhart, James G., P827. 
Lockington, William Neale, P72, 97, 

120-123, 140, 149, 158, 182, 209. 
Locusts. (See Insects, Oithoptera.) 
Loennberg, Einar, P1003, 1107. 
Lohmander, Hans, P2713. 
London, International Fisheries Exhibi- 
tion, collections sent from the United 
States, B27. 
Long Island, Great South Ea)^ notes on 
red snapper (Lutjanus blackfordi), 
P6S7. 
Loomis, Harold Frederick, P2989, 3006, 

3043. 
Loomis, H. F., and Cook, Orator Fuller, 

P2714. 
Loons. (See under Birds.) 
Lord, Edwin Chesley Estes, PI 173. 
Louisiana, fishes, Cameron, notes on, 
P1734; New Orleans, collected by 
R. W. Shufeldt, P437. 
Indian matting. Petit Anse Island, 

R1888, pt. 3, No. 7. 
insects, New Orleans, P440. 
lamprey, silver, Ichthyomyzon cas- 

taiieus, P271. 
mammal, Paleocene, from deep well, 

P2943. 
Palmoxylon from, P690. 
plants, fossil, P679. 
pottery, Hopewell type, P2963. 
World's Industrial and Cotton Cen- 
tennial Exposition, New Orleans, 
plans for exhibition, C24, 25, 26, 
29, 31. 
Loveridge, Arthur, B151; P2720, 2738, 

3128. 
Lower California, Anthus cervinus in, 
P361. 
birds, collected by L. Beldine, P360; 
north of Cape St. Eugenio, P313; 
southern Lower California, P314, 
3S6. 
Coleoptera, Eleodiini, monograph, 

B63. 
Conodon serrifer, Boca Soledad, 

P289. 
fishes, Cape San Lucas, P290, 293; 
San Cristobal Bay, P469; Sparus 
brachysomus, P149; Todos San- 
tos Bay, P376; west coast, P227. 
geology and natural history, notes 

on, R1895, pt. 2, No. 3. 
killifish, Lucania broiuni, from hot 

spring, P1572. 
lizard, new, P788. 
meteoric irons. Signal Mountain, 

P2425. 
millipeds, Colobognatha, P2989. 
mollusks, Bulimulus, P958; Todos 
Santos Bay, P536; Tres Marias, 
P996. 



Lower California (continued). 

natural history, U. S. North Pacific 

Surveying Expedition, B7. 
plant records of expedition to, 

CNH16, pt. 14. 
plants collected by Edward Palmer, 
CNHl, No. 1 (2d art.). No. 3; 
P749; sent to National Museum by 
Charles F. Pond, P725. 
Rhinoptera encenadae, Todos San- 
tos Bay, P563. 
Sapindaceae, new species, CNHl, 

No. 9 (2d art.), 
shrubs, new, CNHl 3, pt. 10 (6th 
art.). 
Lucas, Frederic Augustus, R1888, pt. 3, 
Nos. 3, 5, 7; 1893, pt. 2, No. 6; 1895, 
pt. 2, No. 5; B39c; S3, ot. 2, sect. 2; 
C33, 48; P622, 704, 798, 830, 848, 1001, 
1077, 1095, 1164, 1172, 1207, 1211, 1212, 
1224, 1245, 1320, 1353. 
Lucas, F. A., and Stejneger, Leonhard, 

P765. 
Lucas, F. A., and True, Frederick Wil- 
liam, R1884, pt. 3, No. 6. 
Lucker, John Thomas, P2885. 
Ludwigites, Idaho and Korea, P2395. 
Lugger, Otto, P213. 
Lungworms. (See under Nematodes.) 
Lupton, Nathaniel Thomas, P46. 
Lynch, James Eric, P3025. 
Lynn, William Gardner, P2823. 
Lynxes. (See under Mammals.) 
Lyon, Marcus Ward, Jr., P1228, 1314, 
1494, 1496, 1498, 1500, 1502, 1505, 1534, 
1552, 1577, 1619, 1626, 1680, 1684, 1686, 
1809, 1976, 2188. 
Lyon, M. W., Jr., and Osgood, Wilfred 

Hudson, B62. 
Lyon, M. W., Jr., and Robinson, Wirt, 
P1246. 

M 

MacCallum, George Alexander, P2588, 

2655, 2892. 
MacDonald, Donald Francis, B103, pL 

10. 
MacFarlane, Roderick Ross, P865, 1405. 
MacGillivray, Alexander Dyer, P1438. 
Mackerels. (See under Fishes.) 
Mackin, John Gilman, P3136. 
Macy, Ralph W, P2986. 
Madagascar, birds, catalog of, P1197; 

collected by W. L. Abbott, P1118. 
Madreporarians. (See under Corals.) 
Magellan. (See Straits of Magellan.) 
Maiden, Joseph Henry, P1327. 
Maine, black nodules in granites. P354. 
brachiopods, Devonian, Rensselae- 
ria mainensis, P1S27; Spirifer, Si- 
lurian, P2144. 
building stones from in National 

Museum, P36S. 
Gasterosteus atkinsii, Schoodic 
Lakes, P71. 



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Maine (continued). 

killer whale, Orcinus, notes on, P1357. 
mink, extinct, from shell-heaps, 

P1336. 
nuculites, Silurian, Washington 

County, P222S. 
peridotite, Little Deer Isle, Penob- 
scot Bay, P707. 
Silurian fossils, Edmunds and Pem- 
broke formations, Washington 
County, P1985. 
Silurian mollusks, Washington 

County, P1908. 
stickleback, Gasterosteus gladiuncu- 

lus, P1089. 
walrus (?), partly fossilized bones, 
P223. 
Maize. (See under Plants.) 
Malay Archipelago, basketwork, P1631, 
1672; Scyphomedusae, BlOO, vol. 1, 
pt. 3. 
Malay Peninsula, birds collected by 
Smith and Abbott, B172; lizard, 
agamid, P2431. 
Malay Peninsula and Archipelago, pigs, 
notes on, P1466; porcupines, notes on, 
P1552. 
Malloch, John Russell, P1934, 1938, 1945, 
1958, 1962, 1972, 2004, 2018, 2024, 2097, 
2101, 2540, 2604, 2622, 2744, 2751, 2858, 
2900, 2967, 3133. 
Malloch, J. R., and McAtee, Waldo Lee, 

P2525, 2573, 2585, 2721. 
Malloch, J. R., and Rohwer, Sievert Al- 
len, P2837. 
Mallophaga. (See under Insects.) 
Maloney, James Olsen, P3057. 
Mammals: 

Africa, roundworms from, P2783. 
Africa, east, in National Museum, 
B99: Insectivora, Chiroptera, 
Carnivora, pt. 1 ; Rodentia, La- 
gomorpha, Tubulidentata, pt. 2; 
Primates, Artiodactyla, Peris- 
sodactyla, Proboscidea, Hyracoi- 
dea, pt. 3. 
Mount Kilimanjaro, P814, 915. 
Smithsonian-Chrysler Expedition, 

P2738. 
Tana River, P954. 
Alaska, P399, 495, 564. 
Aldabra Island, P948, 973. 
Altai Mountains, P1990. 
Andaman Islands, P1269. 
anteater, great. Central American, 

P1496. 
antelope, pronghorn, horns and sys- 
tematic position, P1619; nematode 
from, P2694. 
aquatic, sent to International Fish- 
eries Exhibition at London, B27, 
pt. H. 
armadillo, Xemirus, Honduras, 

P1069. 
artiodactyl, development of rodent- 
like incisors, P2545. 



Mammals (continued). 

Artiodactyla, east African, in Na- 
tional Museum, B99, pt. 3. 
Assumption Island, P973. 
Atalapha semota, P807. 
badger, hookworms from, P2533. 
Baltistan, P976. 
Banka Island, P1498. 
bats, Atalapha semota, P807. 

Carollia, new species, with re- 
marks on C. brevicauda, P824. 

Cuban, P1359. 

families and genera, B57. 

fruit, Aldabra Island, P948. 

Glossophaga, FllOO, 2034. 

Hetnidertna, P1514. 

lasiurine, number of young, P1314. 

Molossus, P2013. 

Myotis and Pizonyx, American, 
B144. 

nematode from, P2677. 

North American, introduction to 
monograph of, P919; monograph 
of, B43. 

Nyctinomus europs and N. orthotis, 
P786. 

Panama, P1882. 

phyllostome, new subfamily of, 
P912, 913. 

Rhinolophus, Nias, and Engano, 
P1440. 

Tadarida, P2862. 

Temminck's, Scotophilus tem- 
minckii, P914. 

trematode from, P2928, 2986. 

vampire, Diphvlla ecaudata, 
P1099. 

Vespertilio longicrus, Paget Sound, 
F602. 
bear, cinnamon, Pennsylvania, P338. 
Bering Island, P540. 
Bermudas, B25, pt. 3. 
Billiton Island, P1498. 
bison, extermination, discovery, and 

life history, R1887, pt. 3, No. 6. 
Borneo, western, P1495, 1577. 
Borneo and adjacent islands, P1809. 
British America, P827. 
Calcutta Zoological Garden, animals 

dying from nematodes, P2777. 
California, northern, P623. 
Canada, Mackenzie River district, 

P1405. 
carabao, nematode from, P2765. 
Cariacus clavatus, Central Amer- 
ica, P734. 
Cariacus columbianus, eastward dis- 
tribution, P287. 
carnivores, east Africa, in National 

Museum, B99, pt. 1 ; hookworm of, 

P2697; tapeworms from, P2980. 
Carollia, new species of, P824. 
Carollia brevicauda, remarks on, 

P824. 
Castor, Mexican border, P1132. 



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263 



Mammals (continued). 

cats, cacomitl, Rio Grande Valley, 
P1251; fluke from, P2627; ocelot, 
P1286; taenioid cestodes from, 
P2258. 

Catskill Mountains, N. Y., notes on, 
PI 147. 

Cenrral America, P734, 963, 1496. 

cetaceans, Commander Islands, P344. 

China, P1755, 2662, 2772. 

Chiroptera, east African, in National 
Museum, B99, pt. 1. 

Commander Islands, P344, 421, 540. 

Costa Rica, P850. 

coyote, nematode parasite from, 
P2012. 

Cricetodipus parvus, P2S6. 

Cuba, P1359. 

Cumberland Sound, Bl5. 

deer, black-tailed, eastern distribu- 
tion of, P287 : Cariacus davatus, 
Central America, P734; mouse 
deer, Rhio-Linga Archipelago, 
P1695; Virginia deer, abnormal 
antlers, P358; nematode from, 
P2872. 

Delphinidae, review, B36. 

Desmodus rufus, relationships with 
Diphylla ecaudata, P1099. 

Dicotyles, Mexican border, PI 129. 

Didelphis virginiana, helminth para- 
sites of, P2939. 

Diphylla ecaudata, relationships with 
Desmodus rufus, P1099. 

Dipodomys, study of, P680. 

Dipodomys compactus, Texas, P699. 

Direction Island, South China Sea, 
P1686. 

dog, cestode parasite of, P1780; 
hookworms from, P2533; intestinal 
trematodes from, China, P241S: 
taenioid cestodes from, P22S8. 

dolphin, spotted, identical with Pro- 
delphinus doris, R1884, pt. 3, No. 4. 

Dorcelaphus, Mexican border, P1129. 

DymecodoJi pilirosiris, Japan, P557. 

Echinomys semispinosus in Nica- 
ragua, P743. 

Engano Island, P1440. 

extinct, represented in the National 
Museum, R1889, pt. 3, No. 5. 

Felis concolor, R1889, pt. 3, No. 4; 
P323. 

Florida, R1884, pt. 3, No. 5; P2546. 

fox, hookworms from, P2533. 

gazelle, Isabella, variation in skull 
and horns, P1890. 

Geomys personatus, Texas, P699. 

Glossophaga, new species, Pi 110, 
2034. 

goats. Rocky Mountain, habits, P88. 

Gyvtnura, remarks on, P1680. 

hares, tapeworms of, PllOS; Mexi- 
can border, P1081. 

helminths parasitic in, P272S. 

Hemiderma, review, PISH. 



Mammals (continued). 

Hesperomys melanophrys, remarks 
on, P850. 

Hesperomys truet, PS29. 

Honduras, PI069; Little Swan Is- 
land, P744. 

Hyperoodon semijunctus, note on, 
P541. 

Hyracoidea, east African, in Na- 
tional Museum, B99, pt 3; nema- 
tode parasites of, P2131. 

Indian Ocean, P982. 

Indiana, Kankakee Valley, P1537; 
Indiana University Farm, Mitch- 
ell, P1655. 

insectivores, east Africa, in National 
Museum, B99, pt. 1 ; Gymnura, 
P16S0; nematodes from, P2S89; 
reptilian characters in skull, P2304. 

jaguars, South American, P2069. 

Japan, P557. 

jerboas and jumping mice, compari- 
son of the osteology, P1228. 

Karimata Islands, Dutch East Indies, 
P1481. 

Kashmir, P976, 1004. 

Kerguelen Island, B3. 

Labrador, P353. 

Lagomorpha, east African, in Na- 
tional Museum, B99, pt. 2; nema- 
tode parasites of, P2131. 

land. North American, in National 
Museum, B79, 

lemurs, slow, P1494. 

lice, from North American mam- 
mals, P1183. 

lions, effects of environment and 
habit on captive, P2196. 

Loncheres armatus, Martinique, P468. 

lynx, Canada, cranial characters, 
P603; cestode parasite of, P1780; 
Mexican border. Pi 126. 

Macaco tiemestrina group, P1436. 

Maine, P1336, 1357. 

Malay Peninsula and Archipelago, 
P1466, 1552. 

Maryland, P213. 

Mendenau Island, P1498. 

Mephitis, Mexican border, PI 126, 
1129. 

Mesoplodon mirutn. North Carolina, 
P2007. 

Mesoplodon stejnegeri, Bering Is- 
land, P540. 

Mexico, P559, 850. 

Mexico-United States boundary, 
B56; P1075, 1081, 1103, 1126, 1129, 
1132. 

mice, grasshopper, systematic ac- 
count, P2057; jumping mice and 
jerboas, comparison of osteology, 
P1228; new species from Costa 
Rica and Mexico, P850; Phen- 
aco?nys lougicaudus, Oregon, P826; 
Sitomys decolorus. Central Amer- 
ica, P963; Taylor's, Sitomys tay- 
iori, relationships, P972. 



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Mammals (continued). 

minks, American, synopsis, P1965; 
extinct, from shell-heaps of Maine, 
P1336. 
moles, American, revision, PllOl; 
Japan, PS57. 

Molossus, notes on, P2013. 

Monachus tropicalis, West Indies, 
R1884, pt. 3, No. 6. 

monkeys, liver fluke from, P2783 ; 
Macaca iiemestrina group, P1436; 
Pithecus and Py^^athrix, collected 
by W. L. Abbott, P1751; spider, 
review of, P3186. 

moose, habits of British American, 
P827. 

mules, in milk, P278. 

Murinae, new species of, P529. 

muscles of primates, brachial flexor, 
P2913. 

muskrat, Ondatra zibethica, trema- 
tode from, P2870; Neofiber alleni, 
Florida, R1884, pt. 3, No 5. 

Myotis, American, B144. 

nematodes, fatal to animals in Cal- 
cutta Zoological Garden, P2777; 
from antelope, P2694; from In- 
sectivora, P2589; from rodents, 
P2749; parasitic in intestines, 
P2723. 

Neofiber alleni, Florida, R1884, pt. 
3, No. 5. 

Neomeris phocaenoides, anatomy, 
P2662. 

Neotoma, Mexican border, P1132; 
in National Museum, P1006. 

Nias, P1440. 

Nicaragua, P743. 

Nicobar Islands, P1269, 

North American, new, P999, 1121; 
land, in National Museum, B79; 
Recent, check list, B128. 

North Carolina, P2007. 

Nyctinomus eiirops and N. orthotis, 
P786. 

ocelot cats, P1286. 

Ohio Valley Centennial Exposition, 
guide to collection, C41. 

Ondatra zibethica, trematode from, 
P2870. 

Opossum, Didelphis <virginiana, hel- 
minth parasites of, P2939; nema- 
todes from, P2897. 

orang skulls, anatomical observations 
on, P1495. 

Orcinus, Maine, P1357. 

Oregon, P826. 

osseous and horny tissues, preserva- 
tion, P1879. 

Ovis montana dalli, new geograph- 
ical race of mountain sheep, P399. 

Panama, P1882. 

panther, Pelis concolor, as fish- killer, 
P323. 

peccary, Texas, P2945, 2956. 

Pennsylvania, P338. 



Mammals (continued). 

Perissodactyla, east African, in Na- 
tional Museum, B99, pt. 3. 

Peru, P2333. 

Phenacomys longicaudus, Oregon, 

F826. 
Philippine Islands, P1402, 1757, 2028. 

Phoca, comparative anatomy of, 
P2736, 

Phoca (Histriophoca) fasciata, 
skeleton, P394. 

Phocaena dalli, Alaska, P495. 

Phocaenoides dalli, gums of, P2771. 

pigs, Malayan, P1466. 

Pithecus, PI 751. 

Pizonyx, American, B144. 

Plagiodontia, P2712. 

porcupines, Canada, in Maryland, 
P213; in West Virginia, P44; 
Malayan, P1552; tapeworm from, 
P256i. 

porpoise, bottlenose, observations on 
life history, P812; cestode cysts 
from, P1410; Chinese, anatomy, 
P2662; Phocaena dalli, Alaska, 
P495; Phocaenoides dalli, gums 
of, P2771 ; Prodelphinus, skeletons 
and skulls, Indian Ocean, P982. 

Primates, east African, in National 
Museum, B99, pt. 3 ; brachial 
flexor muscles, P2913. 

Proboscidea, east African, in Na- 
tional Museum, B99, pt. 3. 

Prodelphinus, skeletons and skulls, 
Indian Ocean, P982. 

Prodelphinus doris, spotted dolphin 
identical with, R1884, pt. 3, No. 4. 

Pseudorca, American records, P23il. 

Pteropiis aldabrensis, Aldabra Is- 
land, P948. 

Puget Sound, P602. 

puma (Felis concolor), R1889, pt. 3, 
No. 4. 

Py^athrix, P1751. 

rabbits, cestode from, P1629; round- 
worms from, P2548, 2553; tape- 
worms from, P1105; trematodes 
from, P2792; Virginia, islands off, 
PI 784. 

raccoon, hookworm from, P2598. 

raccoons and allies, genera and sub- 
genera, P2100. 

rats, cotton, Sigmodon minima, New 
Mexico, P994; nematode from, 
P2616; wood, in National Mu- 
seum, P1006. 

reptilian characters in skull of In- 
sectivora and other mammals, 
P2304. 

Rhinolophus, Nias and Engano, 
P1440. 

Rhio-Linga Archipelago, P1485, 
1502, 1684, 1695. 

Rio Grande Valley, P1251. 



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265 



Mammals (continued). 

Rodentia, east Africa, in National 
Museum, B99, pt. 2; nematode 
parasites of, P2131, 2749, 2788. 

Sriurus, Mexican border, Pi 132. 

ocotophilus temmincki't, P9I4. 

sea-cow, Steller's, extermination of, 
P421. 

sea-elephant, California, statistics re- 
lating to, P492. 

sealF, comparative anatomy of, 
P2736; West Indian, R1884, pt. 3, 
No. 6. 

sheep, lungworms from, P2884; 
mountain, Ovis montana dalli, 
P399; nematode from, P1892. 

shrews, long-tailed, eastern United 
States, P1825. 

Sigmodon, Mexican border, P1132. 

Sigmodon minima, New Mexico, 
P994. 

Sitomys decolorus, Central America, 
P963. 

Sitomys taylori, relationships, P972. 

skeletons, preparation of, B39c; C33. 

skins, directions for collecting, 
R1886, pt. 3, No. 6; directions for 
removing and preserving, C22. 

skulls, asymmetry in, P2S99; orang, 
anatomical observations on, P1495. 
(See also under Crania.) 

small, directions for preparing, 
B39n. 

Smint/ius, Kashmir, PI 004. 

Spilo^cte, Mexican border. Pi 126. 

squirrels, Direction Island, P1686; 
giant, Sumatra, P1534. 

Sumatra, P1317, 1534, 1626; Enga- 
no Island, P1472; islands off west 
coast, P2188. 

swine, roundworm from, P2456. 

Tadarida, American, P2862. 

Tennessee, P3051. 

Texas, B17; Padre Island, P699. 

treeshrews, Tupaiidae, P1976. 

trematodes, from fur-bearing ani- 
mals, P2809; from marine mam- 
mals, P2936. 

Tubulidentata, east African, in Na- 
tional Museum, B99, pt. 2. 

Tupaiidae, account of family, P1976. 

type specimens in National Museum 
and Biological Surveys collections, 
B62, 178. 

Urocyon, Mexican border, P1126. 

Venezuela, La Guaira, P1246. 

Vespertiiio longicrus, Puget Sound, 
P602. 

Vespertilionidae, notes on genera, 
P920. 

Vesperugo hesperus, P659. 

Virgin Islands, P2244. 

Virginia, islands off coast, P1784. 

walrus, Atlantic, cerebral fissures, 
P1325. 

West Indies, R1884, pt. 3, No. 6; 
Martinique, P468. 



Mammals (continued). 

West Virginia, P44, 3022. 
whales, beaked, North Carolina, 
P2007; Ziphiidae, B73. 
blue, photographs and measure- 
ments, P2544. 
fishery and appliances, exhibit at 
International Fisheries Exhibi- 
tion, London, B27, pt. E. 
killer, Orcinus, Maine, P1357. 
pollack, Florida, P2S46. 
Pscudorca, American, P2311. 
whalebone, nomenclature of 10th 
ed. of Linnaeus's "Systema Na- 
turae," P1163. 
World's Industrial and Cotton Cen- 
tennial Exposition, plan for exhi- 
bition, C29. 
Xenurus, Honduras, P1069. 
Zalophus, comparative anatomy, 

P2736. 
zebra, Burchell's, in the National 

Museum, PI 505. 
Ziphiidae, account of, B73. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Mammoths, circulars regarding, C48, 53. 
Manakins. (See under Birds.) 
Mancala, national game of Africa, 

R1894, pt. 2, No. 2. 
Manchuria, Canadian and Ordovician 
formations and fossils, B164; fishes 
from Port Arthur, P1493 ; silurid fish 
from Yalu River, P2408. 
Manitoba, birds, P841. 
Mann, Albert, BlOO, vol. 6, pt. 1; CNHIO, 

pt. 5; P937, 2410. 
Mann, William M, P2387, 2434. 
Mansfield, Wendell Clay, P2169, 2559, 

2688, 2759, 2836, 2887. 
Mantids. (See Insects, Orthoptera.) 
Map, Medeba mosaic of Palestine, draw- 
ing in National Museum, P2111. 
Marcasite after pyrrhctite, pseudoraorphs, 

from Prussia, P1801. 
Marcou, John Belknap, B30; P520, 568. 
Marine animals, methods employed for 
preservation at Naples Zoological Sta- 
tion, B39m. 
Marine fauna, Provincetown, Mass., 

P128. 
Marine invertebrates, American, north- 
east coast, P76, 168, 284, 534; dupli- 
cates distributed by National Museum, 
P371; New England, P82, 230, 231. 
Marlatt, Charles Lester, P1157. 
Marsh, Charles Dwight, P1901, 2117, 

2285, 2498, 2659, 2785, 2959. 
Marshall, William Blanchard, P2122, 
2209, 2336, 2437, 2485, 2550, 2552, 
2576, 2612, 2638, 2678, 2699, 2711, 
2748, 2762, 2798, 2802, 2825, 2889," 
2937, 2949. 
Marshall, W. B., and Bowles, Edgar 

Oliver, P2946. 
Marshtits. (See under Birds.) 
Marsipobranchiates, P308. 



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Marsupials. (See under Fossils, mam- 
mals.) 
Martinique, birds collected by F. A. Ober, 
P51; Lonelier es armatus, occurrence, 
P468. 
Martyn, Thomas, and the "Universal 

Conchologist," P142S, 1565. 
Martynov, Andrei Vasilevich, P2891. 
Marx, George, P782, 951. 
Maryland, Arundel formation fauna, 
P2389. 
booby, and other bird records from 
Miocene, Calvert formation, P3030, 
Canada porcupine, occurrence, P213. 
cave deposit, Cumberland, Pleisto- 
cene, P2014. 
dog, Miocene, P303S. 
dragonfly, Gomphus parvidens, 

P2199. 
fossil forms, some peculiar, P2688. 
Lower Devonian and Ontaric for- 
mations, P1313. 
peccaries, Cumberland Cave, Pleisto- 
cene, P2324. 
porpoise, Calvert formation, P2482; 
Kentr'iodon pertiix, Miocene. 
P2645. 
plants, gymnospermous, Potomac 

Group, revision, P1821. 
seal, Miocene, P1475. 
squalcdonts, and notes on shark- 
toothed cetaceans, Calvert Cliffs, 
P2462. 
turtle, leatherback, Miocene, PI 669. 
vertebrate fauna, Cumberland Cave, 

Pleistocene, B171. 
whale, fossil whalebone, Calvert 
Cliffs, P2483. 
Mason, Otis Tufton, R1884, pt. 3, Nos. 

1, 2; 1887, pt. 3, Nos. 1, 3; 1889, pt. 3, 
No. 3; 1890, pt. 3, No. 4; 1894. pt. 2, 
No. 1; 1897, pt. 2, No. 5; 1899, pt. 2, 
Nos. 2, 4; 1900, pt. 2, No. 2; 1902, pt. 

2, No. 1; B39p; P531, 730, 776, 932, 
1015, 1566, 1631, 1672. 

Mason, O. T., and Holmes, William 

Henry, B39q. 
Mason, Preston Walter, P2592. 
Mason-wasp. (See under Insects, Hy- 

menoptera.) 
Massachusetts, amesite and corundophi- 
lite from Chester, analyses and 
optical properties, P2342. 
Belone latimanus. Buzzards Bay, P5. 
bonito, oceanic. Vineyard Sound, P42. 
butterflies from eastern, P1987. 
cestode parasites of teleost fishes, 

Woods Hole region, P3112. 
Copepoda and Cladocera, marine, 
Woods Hole region, v?ith synopsis 
of Harpacticoida, P1758. 
copepods. Woods Hole region, B158; 

P2739. 
datolite from Westfield, crystallo- 
graphic study of, P2S85. 



Massachusetts (continued). 

diabantite, stilpnomelane, and chal- 
codite of trap quarries, Westfield, 
P2316. 
fishes, of Provincetown, experiments 

on animal heat, F96. 
isopod, Eurycope, Marthas Vine- 
_ yard, P1598. 
littoral marine fauna, Provincetown, 

P128. 
Mollusca, deep-water, Marthas 

Vineyard, P284. 
trematodes from fishes. Woods Hole 
region, P3078. 
Mastodon. (See under Fossils, mam- 
mals.) 
Materia medica. (See under Medicine.) 
Matthew, William Diller, P1449. 
Matthews, Washington, R1890, pt. 3, 

No. 8. 
Matting. (See under Anthropology, In- 
dians.) 
Maxon, William Ralph, CNH8, pt. 3; 
19, pt. 7; 12, pt. 9 (11th art.); 13, 
pt. 1; 16, pt. 1 (1st art.), pt. 2; 17, 
pts. 2, 4, 7; 24, pt. 2; P1226, 1374, 
1379. 
May, Henry Gustav, P2350. 
Mayer, Alfred Goldsborough, BllO, 

vol. 1, pt. 3. 
Mayflies. (See Insects, Ephemerida.) 
Mazatlan. (See under Mexico.) 
Mazyck, William Gaillard, P584. 
McAtee, Waldo Lee, P2406, 2619. 
McAtee, W. L., and Alexander, Charles 

Paul, P23'H. 
McAtee, W. L., and Banta, Arthur Man- 
gum, P1443. 
McAtee, W. L., and Knight, Harry 

H*azelton, P2784. 
McAtee, W. L., and Malloch, John Rus- 
sell, P2525, 2573, 2585, 2721. 
McClendon, Jesse Francis, P1509. 
McEwan, Eula Davis, P2297. 
McGregor, Ernest Alexander, P2!c7, 

2303. 
McGregor, Richard Crittenden, P1383. 
McGregor, R. C, and Jordan, David 

Starr, P1470. 
McGuire, Joseph Deakins, R1894, pt. 2. 

No. 5; 1897, pt. 2, No. 5. 
Mcintosh, Allen. P2945. 
McKay, Charles L., P197. 

mammals collected by near Bristol 

Bay, Alaska, P564. 
plants collected by at Nushagak, 
Alaska, P513. 
McMurrich, James Playfair, P930, 1315, 

1967. 
McNeill, Jerome, P631, 632, 1215. 
Means, Philip Ainsworth, P2275. 
Mearns, Edgar Alexander, birds, P1274, 
1679, 1683, 2076, 2142. 
mammals, B56; P994, 1075, 1081, 
1103, 1121, 1126, 1129, 1132, 1147, 
1251, 1286, 1402, 1784. 



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267 



Mearns, E. a. (continued), 
plants, B56; PI 147. . 

fishes, collected by from rivers tribu- 
tary to Gulf of California, P2125; 
collected by in Philippines, P1491, 
1568. . _ 

Mechanical collections. (See under En- 
gineering.) 
Medicine, atropia, influence on the heart, 
P498. . , ^, 

cinchona barks in National Museum, 

P582. 
drugs, request for, C20. _ 

drugs and medicines, classification ot 

forms, C7. 
history, directions for collecting in- 
formation and objects illustrating, 
B39s. . , ... 

materia medica collection, classifi- 
cation and arrangement, C6; class- 
ification of in National Museum, 
C19, 32. 
materia medica section, memoranda 

for collectors, C8. 
slider terrapin, variations o* tem- 
perature, influence on heart, P515. 
(See also under Anthropology.) 
Medusae : 

Caribbean Sea, P528. 

Cnidaria, urticating organs, P1097. 

Commander Islands, P1188. 

Eperetmus, trachomedusae, F2114. 

Gulf of Mexico, P528. 

Haliclystus siejnegen, Commander 

Islands, P1188. ^ . 
hydromedusae, Philippine, BlOU, 

vol. 1, pt. 5. 
Malay Archipelago, BlOO, vol. 1, 

Pacific Ocean, northwestern. Alba- 
tross collections, P1946. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 

3; P1931. 
scyphomedusae, Philippines and Ma- 
lav Archipelago, BlOO, vol. 1, Pt- J- 
sea-nettles, urticating organs, P1097. 
trachomedusae, Eperetmus, P2114. 
(See also under Fossils, medusae.) 
Meehean, Otis Lloyd P3087. 
Meek, Fielding Bradford, bibliography 
of publications on fossil invertebrates, 

B30. ,,_ 

Meek, Seth Eugene, P461, 737. 

Meek, Seth E.. and Jordan, David Starr, 
P427. 450, 453, 470, 483. 

Meek, Seth E., and Swam, Joseph, P4ZX. 

Melander, Axel Leonard, and Argo, Na- 
omi George, P2S01. 

Mendenau Island, mammals, P1498. 

Menhadens. (See under Fishes.) 

Mentawi Group, birds of Siberut and 
Sipora (Spolia Mentawiensia), P2775. 

Merrill. Elmer Drew, CNH30, pt. 1. 

Merrill, E. D., and Lamson-Scribner, f., 

Merrill, George Perkins, R1886 pt. 3, 
No. 3; 1839, App. E; 1890, pt. 3. 



Merrill, G. P. (continued). 

No. 7; 1893, pt. 2, No. 3; 1895, pt. 
2 No. 3; 1899, pt. 2, No. 1; 1901, 
pt. 2, No. 1 ; 1904, pt. 2, No. 1. 
B39i, 53, 94, 109, 118, 149. 
C25 51. 

P341, 354, 363, 365, 410, 479, 497 
523 554, 694, 700, 707, 783, 985, 
987', 1031, 1066, 1249, 1273, 1508, 
1511, 1524, 1546, 1833, 1905, 1943, 
1952. 2084, 2098, 2108, 2153, 2157, 
2163 2184, 2243, 2248, 2259. 2306. 
2341 2384, 2425, 2464, 2487, 2574. 
2578, 2670! 2693, 2700, 2718, 2742, 
2787 
Merrill, G.' P., and Clarke, Frank Wig- 

glesworth, P696. 
Merrill. James Cushing, P22, 88. 
Mesa Verde Park, meteoric irons, F2487. 
Mesozoic. (See under Fossils.) 
Metabolite, meteoric, Dungannon, Va.. 

P2464. , , . 

Metallic castings of delicate natural ob- 

Mltallogr^aphy, copper, metallic, Hampe's 
method of determining Cu^U ni, 

P687. . ., 

copper boulder, Ontonagon, in Na- 
tional Museum, R1895, pt. 2, No. 6. 

meteoric iron, B184. 

ores in National Museum, B53. 

silver ore, andorite-beanng, from 
Nevada, P2411; miarg%nte from 
California, P2766; stephanitc- 
from, P2479. 
Metallurgy, economic, catalog ot coliec- 

Metarossite, from Colorado P2707. 
Metcalf, Maynard Mayo, BlOO, vol. 2, 

pt. 1; B120; P3077. 
Metcalf, M. M., and Bell, Mary M., 

BlOO, vol. 2, pt. 2. 
Metcalf, M. M., and Hopkins, Hoyt btu- 

son, BlOO, vol. 2, pt. 3. 
Meteorites: ijt,»,v. 

Allegan, calcium sulphide (oldhara- 

ite) in, P1622. 
Alpine, Brewster County, Tex., me- 
teoric irons, P2425. 
Arkansas, meteoric irons, F^/uu. 
Baldwyn, Miss., meteoric stone, 

P2578. 
Bolivia, meteoric irons, P2700. 
Casas Grandes, P1277. 
Chicora. Butler County, Pa- P^lll- 
Colby, Wis., meteoric stone, P2574. 
Cold Bav, Alaska, pallasite, P2425. 
composition and structure, B149. 
Cookeville, Putnam County, Tenn., 

P2153. 
Cullison, Pratt County. Kans., P1952. 
Cumberland Falls, Whitley County. 

Ky. P2306. 
Dungannon, Va., metabolite, P2464. 
Estherville, Iowa, P2341. 
Favette Countv. Tex., P2248. 
Felix, Perry County, Ala., P1249. 



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Meteorites (continued). 

Fisher, Polk County, Minn., P2084. 

Forksviiie, Mecklenburg County, Va., 
P2670. 

Freda, N. Dak., P3134. 

graphitic iron in meteorite, P1497. 

Hendersonville, N. C, notes on com- 
position and structure, Pi 5 11. 

Indarch, Russia, meteoric stone, com- 
position and structure, P2098. 

Johnson County, Ark., P666. 

Kansas City, Mo., meteoric stone, 
P22S9. 

Lake Okechobee, Fla., meteoric 
stone, P2163. 

Mesa Verde Park, Colo., meteoric 
irons, P2487. 

metabolite, Dungannon, Va., P2464. 

metallography of meteoric iron, 
B184. 

meteoric chromites, P1628. 

meteoric irons, oxidation, P2717. 

meteoric stone, Baldwyn, Miss., 
P2578. 

Michigan, meteoric irons, P2700. 

Mount Vernon, Ky., P1392. 

National Museum collection, cata- 
logs, R1S66, pt. 3, No. 1 ; 1900, pt 
2, No. 7; B94. 

Oakley, Idaho, iron meteorite, P2693. 

origin of metal in, P2742. 

pallasite. Cold Bay, Alaska, P2425. 

Peck's Spring, Midland County, Tex., 
meteoric stone, P2787. 

Perryville, Perry County, Mo., me- 
teoric iron, P1943. 

Persimmon Cresk, PI380. 

Plainview, Hale County, Tex., 
P2184, 2243. 

Rich Mountain, Jackson County, N. 
C, PI 524. 

San Emigdio, P700. 

Sardis, Ga., P3143. 

Savannah, Tenn., meteoric irons, 
P248\ 

Scott County, Kans., P1905. 

Selma, Dallas County, Ala., P1508. 

Sharps, Richmond County, Va., P2492. 

Signal Mountain, Lower California, 
meteoric irons, P2425. 

study of in National Museum, B53, 
pt. 2, sect. 4. 

Troup, Tex., P2383, 2384. 

Wallapai (Hualapai) Indian Reser- 
vation, Ariz., meteoric irons, 
P2718. 

Whitfield County, Ga., meteoric 
irons, P2157. 
Metz, Charles William, and Jordan, 

David Starr, P1915. 
Mexico, Allioniaceae, CNH12, pt. 8; 13, 
pt. 11. 

amphibians, anuran, new, P3093; 
tailless, in National Museum, 
B160; specimens collected under 
Walter Rathbone Bacon Travel- 
ing Scholarship, P3185. 



Mexico (continued). 

Asteraceae, described by M, E. Jones, 
CNH29, pt. 2, art. 2. 

Basileuterus rujifrons, new forms, 
P89S 

batrachians and reptiles, catalog, 
B32; Mount Orizaba, P922. 

bees, Victoria, P2476. 

beetles, bark, Pityophthorini, P3147; 
buprestid, leaf and twig mining, 
P24S4; new buprestid, P2968. 

birds, Alta Mira, P1091; central 
Mexico, notes on, P975 ; Sonora, 
P385; southwestern Mexico, col- 
lected by Sumichrast, B4; Vera- 
cruz, P3164. 

calamine crystals from, P1801. 

censers and incense, P1887. 

Crassulaceae, new species, CNH12, 
pt. 10 (2d art.). 

crinoids. Upper Cretaceous, Tamau- 
lipas, P2426. 

crustaceans, fossil decapod, P2851; 
stomatopod, west coast, P3138. 

Echeverla, new species of, from 
southern Mexico, CNH13, pt. 2. 

Echini, fossil, P3015. 

eel, Sidera castanea, Mazatlan, P335. 

Et/ieostoma micropterus, Chihuahua, 
P823. 

fern, Goniophlebium prlitfle't, P1379. 

Ficus, species of, CNH20, pt. 1. 

fishes, collected by A. Duges, P637, 
903; Chapala Lake and Guana- 
juato, P94; central Mexico, P95. 
collected by A. Forrer, describing 
Heros beani and PoeciUa but- 
leri. P719. 
collected by Henry E. Nichols, on 

west coast, P221. 
collected by H. F. Emeric in Guay- 
mas, describing Gobiosoma liis- 
trio, P433. 
collected by John Xantus, Coliraa, 

P291. 
fresh-water, from southern Mex- 
ico, P925. 
Guaymas, Sonora, P846. 
Hyporhamphus patris, from Sina- 
loa, with analysis of Hyporham- 
phus and Hemiramphus, P3195. 
Mazatlan, new species, P237, 254. 
Platypoecilus, described, P1159. 
Veracruz and Tampico, P1592. 

Foraminifera, Discocyclina, Eocene, 
P2800; Tertiary and Cretaceous 
Camerinidae, P3052. 

fossil forms, spiral, P2836. 

gasteropod, fossil, Pueblo, P131. 

Geographical and Exploring Com- 
mission collection of animals, 
P559. 

grasses, in National Herbarium. 
CNH17, pt. 3; new, CNHl, No. 8 
(3d art.). 

ground warbler, from eastern Mex- 
ico, PI 045. 



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269 



Mexico (continued). 

herpetological miscellany, P31S3. 
insects, coleopterous, checklist of, 

B185. 
isopod, Cassidinidea, PI 886. 
Lepidoptera, new, P1742, 1885, 1951, 

2054, 2139, 2239. 
lichens, collected bv Edward Palmer, 

CNHl, No. 8 (7th art.). 
lizard, Phrynosoma, P1437. 
mice, supposed new species, with re- 
marks on Hesperomys melano- 
phrys, P8S0. 
millipeds, new, P1810. 
mineralogy and geoloay of Cerro 

Mercado, Durango, P2768. 
molUisks, Vicksburg (Oligocene), 

P2731. 
mussels, pearly fresh-water, P248S, 

2S89. 
Odontophorus, supposed new species 

of from southern, P94S. 
partridge, new plumed, from So- 
nera, P617. 
petrel, storm, new, from western 

Mexico, P962. 
phanerogams described by M. E. 

Jones, CNH29, pt. 2, 1st art.), 
plants, Clarion Island, P801. 

collected by E. Palmer, CNHl, No, 

4 (1st art.), 
collected by E. Palmer, in western 
Mexico, CNHl, No. 3, No. 4 
(1st art.), 
collected by E. Palmer, Sonora 
and Colima, CNHl, No. 9 (1st 
art.), 
from Pinacate region, Scnora, 

CNH16, pt. 1 (2d art.). 
Miocene, P246S. 
new species, CNH3, No. 5 (2d 

art.) ; P1427. 
notes on useful, CNH5, No. 4 (6th 

art). 

studies of, CNHS, Nos. 3, 4 (1st 

art.) ; 8, pts, 1, 4; 10, pt. 3; 

12, pt. 7; 13, pt. 9. 

Polypodium, study of, CNH8, pt. 3. 

Pomadasys, new species, Mazatlan, 

P242. 
Ptelea, CNHlO, pt. 2. 
pulque of, P1579. 
reptiles, Clarion Island, P800. 
Rhinobatus glaucostigma, Mazatlan, 

P370. 
Roseanthus, new genus of Cucur- 
bitaceae, Acapulco, CNH3, No. 9 
(5th art.), 
rudistid, Cretaceous, San Felipe for- 
mation, P2379. 
Sapindaceae, new species from west- 
ern Mexico, CNHl, No. 9 ' (2d 
art.). 
Sapium, species of, CNH12, pt. 4. 
Sciaena sclera, Mazatlan, P452. 
scorpions of northern Mexico, notes 
on, P2730. 



Mexico (continued). 

sharks, new, Mazatlan, P268. 
shells, land and fresh-water, be- 
lieved to be new, P1642 land, new, 
P1515, 1707, 2594, 2653; rudistid 
group. Upper Cretaceous of Ta- 
maulipas, P2422. 
snakes, checklist and key, B187; 
Clarion Island, P1231; Conio- 
phanes fissidens subsp., P3127. 
snakes and crocodilians collected un- 
der Walter Rathbone Bacon 
Traveling Scholarship, P3169. 
sponges, fresh-water, P542. 
stephanite in silver ore, crystallo- 

graphic notes on, P2479. 
Talimtm, CNH13, pt. 8 (1st art.). 
Thompsonella, new genus of Crassu- 

laceae, CNH12, pt. 9 (1st art.), 
throwing-sticks, P932. 
trees and shrubs, CNH23: Gleichen- 
iaceae-Betulaceae, pt. 1 ; Fagaceae- 
Fabaceae, pt. 2; Oxalidaceae-Tur- 
neraceae, pt. 3 ; Passifloraceae- 
Scrophulariaceae, pt. 4; Bignonia- 
ceae-Asteraceae, pt. 5. 
turtles, Kinosternon, P3115. 
Tuxtia statuette, jade of, P2409. 
Umbelliferae collected by C. G. 
Pringle and E. W. Nelson at 
Oaxaca, CNH3, No. 5 (1st art.). 
Uroloplius astcrias, Mazatlan, P327. 
Viburnum, species of, CNH26, pt. 7. 
violets, P1429. 
Mexico, Gulf of. (See under Gulf of 

Mexico.) 
Mexico-United States boundary, hares, 
new, P1081; mammals, new, P107S, 
1103; mammals. Lynx, Urocyon, Spilo- 
gale, and Mephitis, P1126; mammals, 
Mephitis, Dorcelaphus, and Dicotyles, 
P1129; mammals, Sciurus, Castor, Neo- 
toma, and Sigmodon, P1132; mollusks 
collected by International Boundary 
Commission, P1033, 1111. 
Meyer, Adolph Bernhard, R1903, pt. 2, 

No. 2. 
Miami Aquarium Association, pollack 
whale from Florida presented to Na- 
tional Museum, P2546. 
Miargyrite, from California, P2766. 
Mice. (See under Mammals.) 
Michael, Ellis Le Roy, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 4. 
Michaux, types of American grasses, 

CNH12, pt. 3. 
Michigan, amphibians and reptiles, Go- 
gebic County, P2109; meteoric irons, 
Seneca Township, P2700; Middle De- 
vonian Traverse group of recks, P2811. 
Mickel, Clarence Eugene, B143; P2505. 
Microlepidoptera. (See under Insects, 

Lepidoptera.) 
Middle America, birds, catalog, B50; 
new, P655; species not represented 
in National Museum, P215. 
butterflies, danaid, notes on, P3118. 
fishes, catalog, B47. 



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Middle America (continued). 

Lonchocarpus, species of, CNH20, 

pt. 2. 
(See also under Central America.) 
Middleton, William, P2083, 2442. 
Mjddleton, William, and Rohwer, Sie- 

vert Allen, P2396. 
Midway Island, birds collected on by 

Paul Bartsch, P1683. 
Miller, Gerrit Smith, Jr., B39n, 57, 79, 
128; P1269, 1317, 1359, 1436, 1466, 
1472, 1481, 1485, 1695, 1755, 1757, 
1882, 1890, 2013, 2034, 2244, 2311, 
2544-2546, 2712, 2771. 
Miller, G. S., Jr., and Allen, Glover 

Morrill, B144. 
Miller, G. S., Jr., and Standley, Paul 

Carpenter, CNH16, pt 3. 
Miller, Robert Rush, P3195. 
Millipeds. (See under Myriapods.) 
Mills, Clark, catalog of casts of heads 
of Indian prisoners taken by at 
Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla., 
P29. 
plaster casts of heads of Indian 
children at Hampton Institute 
made by, P79. 
Mimetite, notes on, P2240. 
Mineral industries, energy resources, 
United States, B102, vol. 1: 
coal, resource and utilization, pt. 4. 
coal products, pt. 1. 
fertilizers, pt. 2. 

gas, manufactured, in the home, pt. 8. 
gas, natural, production, service, 

conservation, pt. 7. 
petroleum, resource interpretation, 

pt. 6. 
power, significance and needs, pt. S. 
sulphur, example of industrial inde- 
pendence, pt. 3. 
Mineral resources. New Orleans, World's 
Industrial and Cotton Centennial Ex- 
position, plan to illustrate, C31. 
Mineralogy: 

allophanite, P2118. 

alunite, P2145. 

amesite from Chester, Mass., P2342. 

ammoniojarosite from Utah, P27S8. 

amphibole from Idaho, P2373. 

andesites, hornblende, from Bogos- 

loff Island, P479. 
andorite-bearing silver ore, P2411. 
anglesite, notes on, P2345. 
anthophyllite, nomenclature of 

group, P2373 ; notes on, P234S. 
asbestos and asbestiform minerals, 

P1066. 
axinite, notes on, P2060. 
benjaminite from klaprotholite 

group, P2S37. 
beraunite, notes on, P2060. 
Bering Sea, Bogosloff Island, P479. 
black sands from Idaho, P2398. 
bornite, relation in copper ores of 



Mineralogy, bornite (continued). 

Virgilina District of North Caro- 
lina and Virginia, P1835. 

boulangerite, P2351. 

calamine crystals from Mexico, 
P1801. 

calcite, in sillcified wood, P2200; 
notes on, P2345. 

California, P2342; Randsburg Dis- 
trict, P2766; Tulare County, 
P2417. 

Canada, P1801. 

chalcocite, relation in copper ores 
of Virgilina District of North 
Carolina and Virginia, P1835. 

chalcodite from trap quarries of 
Westfield, Mass., P2316. 

chlorites, chromium-bearing, from 
California and Wyoming, P2342. 

chlorophoenicite, a new arsenate 
from Franklin, N. J., P2669. 

chromites, meteoric, P1628. 

Colorado, P2707; Italian Mountain, 
P2690. 

Connecticut, Long Hill in Trumbull, 
P2348. 

copper, overlaying by American abo- 
rigines, P1015. 

copper ores of Virgilina District of 
North Carolina and Virginia, re- 
lation of bornite and chalcocite 
in, P1835. 

corundophilite, Chester, Mass., 
P2342. 

creedite, crystallography, and chem- 
ical composition, P2376. 

datolite, notes on, P2345. 
Westfield, Mass., P238S. 

diabantite from trap quarries of 
Westfield, Mass., P2316. 

diabase, Mesozoic, of Atlantic bor- 
der, composition, P205. 

District of Columbia, P410, 523. 

Egypt, Kharga, P1726. 

epsomite from Utah, P2758. 

feldspar in sections of rocks, P206. 

ferroanthophylHte, orthorhorabic 
iron amphibole, P2373. 

fuchsite, P2118. 

gems, in National Museum, R1886, 
pt. 3, No. 2; 1900, pt. 2, No. 6; 
handbook of, B118; plan for ex- 
hibit at World's Industrial and 
Cotton Centennial Exposition at 
New Orleans, C26. 

glauconite, optical properties and 
chemical composition, P2628. 

gouge clays from precious metal 
veins, P2461. 

gypsum incrustations and stalactites 
in caves, P985. 

hornblende andesites from Bogosloff 
Island, P479. 

hydrotalcite group, chemical com- 
position, P2329. 



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271 



Mineralogy (continued). 

Idaho, B131, P2373, 2395, 2398; 
Challis, mordenite and other min- 
erals from, P2509; Clearwater 
County, F2375. 

Iddingsite, origin, occurrence, com- 
position, and physical properties, 
P2579. 

inclusions in Maine granites, P35+. 

intrusive Triassic diabase at Goose 
Creek, Loudoun County, Va., 
P2539. 

jadeite, P395, 696. 

Mogoung, Burma, analysis, P981. 

jamesonite, silver-bearing variety, 
P235L 

Kerguelen Island, B3. 

klaprotholite group, benjaminitc 
from, P2537. 

ludwigites from Idaho and Korea, 
P2395. 

Maine, P354; Penobscot Bay, Little 
Deer Isle, P707. 

marcasite after pyrrhotite, pseudo- 
morphs, from Prussia, P180L 

Massachusetts, Chester, P2342; 
Westfield, P2316, 2385. 

metarossite from Colorado, P2707. 

Mexico, P1801, 2479; Ccrro Mer- 
cado, Durango, P2768. 

miargyrite from California, P2766. 

mimetite, P2240. 

mineralogical collections in National 
Museum, R1895, pt. 2, No. 4, 
P163; accessions to, P2337; cat- 
alog of series illustrating prop- 
erties, R1897, pt. 2, No. 3; classi- 
fication of, R1897, pt. 2, No. 6; 
list of minerals especially studied, 
B53, pt. 2, sect. 4; type and fig- 
ured specimens, BS3. 

minerals, Arctic America, Hovygate 
Polar Expedition, BIS; directions 
for collecting, B39h; nonmetallic, 
guide to study of National Mu- 
seum collections, R1899, pt. 2, 
No. 1. 

minerals and synonyms, catalog, B33. 

moldavites and like sporadic glasses, 
supposed origin, P1833. 

mordenite and associated minerals 
from near Challis, Custer County, 
Idaho, P2509. 

naumannite, P235L 

nephrite, P696. 

Nevada, P24n. 

New Jersey, Franklin, P2669. 

New Mexico, Silver City, P978. 

North Carolina, Davidson County, 
P1715; Virgilina District, P1835. 

olivine-diabase from Davidson 
County, N. C, P1715. 

onyx marbles, origin, composition, 
uses, R1893, pt. 2, No. 3. 

Oregon, Ritter Hot Spring, Grant 
Countv. F2737. 

paligorskite from Utah, P27S8. 



Mineralogy (continued). 

"peckhaniite" in Estherville, Iowa, 
meteorite, P234L 

peridotite, from Little Deer Isle, 
Penobscot Bay, Maine, P707. 

petroleum collections, circular in ref- 
erence to, C3. 

prochlorite from District of Colum- 
bia, P410. 

Prussia, P1801. 

psilomelanite, P214S. 

pucherite, P2455. 

pyrite, P245S. 

quartz, color of amethyst, rose, and 
blue varieties, P2220. 

rossite from Colorado, P2707. 

rutiie-mica intergrowth from Can- 
ada, P180L 

sand-barites from Kharga, Egypt, 
P1726. 

siderite from Columbia River ba- 
_ salt, P2458. 

sillimanite, P2345. 

stephanite from Mexico, P2479. 

stilpnomelane, P2345 ; trap quarries 
of Westfield, Mass., P2316. 

Tasmania, Mount Lyell, P200S. 

tetrahedrite, P2345. 

thaumasite, P2240. 

titanite, P2145. 

topaz crystals in National Museum, 
P1148. 

trichalcite, P2455. 

triphylite, P2118. 

triplite, P2345. 

tschermigite, from Utah, P27S8. 

tungsten mine at Long Hill, Trum- 
bull, Conn., P2348. 

ultramarine, blue mineral supposed 
to be, P978. 

Utah, P1867, 2758. 

vanadates, from Colorado, P2707. 

variscite, from Utah, P1867. 

velardeiiite, from Tulare County, 
Calif., P2417. 

Virginia, Goose Creek, Loudoun 
County, P2539; Leesburg, P2S6S; 
Virgilina District, P1835. 

vivianite encrusting a fossil tusk 
from Clearwater County, Idaho, 
P2375. 

Washington, Spokane, J'2458. 

wavellite, P2240, 2455. 

wolframite, notes on, P2060. 

Wyoming, P2342. 

Yellowstone National Park, Obsid- 
ian Cliff, minerals of, P2618. 

zeolites, from Oregon, P2737. 
Minks. (See under Mammals.) 
Minnesota, Bison occidentalis, fossil re- 
mains, P2473. 

lichens, CNH14, pt. 1. 

meteorite, Fisher, Polk County, 
P2084. 

shells. Heron and Eagle Lakes. 
P1190. 



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Minnows. (See under Fishes.) 
Miocene. (See under Fossils.) 
Mississippi, fishes, eastern, P179. 
Hybognathus hayi, P467. 
Indian village site, prehistoric, ex- 
cavations, F2898, 
meteoric stone, Baldvvyn, P2578. 
Mississippi River, Amiurus ponderosus, 

P90. 
Mississippi River bluffs at Columbus 
and Hickman, Ky., fossil flora, P2074. 
Mississippi Valley, dragonflies collected 
during the Pearl Mussel investigation, 
P1692; striped bass, occurrence in 
lower part, P430. 
Mississippian conodonts, P2613, 2701. 
Missouri, archeological investigations, 
Platte and Clay Counties, B183; 
Ste. Genevieve County, P2042. 
fishes, P470. 
Hopewellian remains near Kansas 

City, P3045. 
meteoric iron, Perry\-ille, Perry 

County, P1943. 
meteoric stone, Kansas City, P2259. 
Unio, new species, Ozark region, 
P651. 
Mites. .(See under Arachnids.) 
Mitman, Carl Weaver, B119, 127. 
Mitzukuri, K., Hemiptera presented to 

National Museum, P11C8. 
Mockingbirds. (See under Birds.) 
Mohr, Charles, CNH6. 
Moldavites and similar sporadic glasses, 

supposed origin, P1833. 
Molds, paper, instructions for taking, 

C23. 
Moles. (See under Mammals.) 

MOLLUSKS: 

Acar, west coast of North America, 

P2909. 
Achatinidae, west African, P2960. 
Africa, west, P940, 2960. 
Alaba, west America, P1781. 
Alabina, Recent and fossil, west 

coast of America, P1790. 
Alaska, PI, 48, 1711, 2160. 
Albatross. (See under Albatross, 

mollusks.) 
Alectrionidae, west coast of America, 

P2166. 
Alvania, west American, P1863. 
America, land shells, manual of, 

B28; northeast coast, P76, 168; 

northwest coast, San Diego to 

Polar Sea, B112; west coast, new 

marine, P1564, 2193; west coast, 

new species, P1034, 2660. 
Amphidromus, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 

1, pt. 1. 
A mt hi thai am us, west American, 

Pi8S4. 
Anatinacea, west coast of America, 

P2116. 



Mollusks (continued). 

Annulariidae, American, classifica- 
tion, P2327; Cuban, P3096; His- 
paniolan and Bahaman, B192. 

Anodont'ites, new Brazilian, VlXll', 
South and Central American and 
Mexican, P2889. 

Antillean region, P1185, 3161. 

Arctic region, P48. 

Arctic Seas, near Labrador, P561. 

Astartidae, synopsis, P1342. 

Auriculacea, eastern United States, 
P519. 

Australia, P2711. 

Bahama Archipelago, Annulariidae, 
B192; P2016. 

Barleeia, west American, P2331. 

Bering Island, P562. 

Bering Sea, P571. 

Bermuda, P1820, 1861. 

Bittium, west coast of America, 
P1826. 

Bolivia, P2937. 

Brazil, P2053. 2122, 2699, 2762. 

Bulimulus, Bolivia, F2937; Lower 
California, F958. 

California, P18, 584, 1191, 2170; 
San Dieeo, P536; San Pedro Bay, 
P898; Trinidad, P2325. 

Cardiidae, synopsis, P1214. 

Central America, P2638. 

cephalopods, Hawaiian, P1713, 1996; 
Pacific Ocean, P1838, 2310; west- 
ern Atlantic, P2335. 

Cerithiopsis, Alaskan, P1711; west 
coast of America, Recent and fos- 
sil, P1823. 

Chilina, new species of, P2550; 
South American, P2949. 

chitons, Alaska and Arctic regions, 
P48; east coast United States, 
P246; genera of, P228 ; northwest 
Pacific, P2223; Pacific coast of 
America, P2283. 

Chondropominae, Cuban, F3039. 

Chrysodomus, north Pacific Ocean, 
P2234. 

Cingula, west American, P1871. 

Cochlosfyla, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 6, 
pt. 9. 

Cochlostyla rufogaster and races, 
BlOO, vol._ 6, pt. 7. 

collecting, directions for, B39g. 

Commander Islands, Bering Sea, 
P442, 562. 

"Conchological Illustrations," gener- 
ic names first mentioned in, P2079. 

Conus, Pacific coast of America, 
P1741. 

Corbicula, Brazilian, P2699; Uru- 
guayan, P2S52, 2699. 

Corneocyclas, Ecuador, P1584. 

Costa Rica, Pll. 

Criocardium, note on, P92. 

Cuba, P790, 3039, 3096; Camagtiey 
and Santa Clara Provinces, P2369. 



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273 



MoLLUSKS (continued). 

Cumberland Sound, BIS. 
cyclophorid operculate land, Ameri- 
can, B181. 
Cytherea (Tivela) crassatelloides, 

notes on, P1149. 
Diastonia, west coast of America, 

Recent and fossil, P1802. 
Dimya, Philippine, P1983. 
Diplodon, South American, P2209. 
District of Columbia, P2782. 
Ecuador, P1584; Santa Elena Bay, 

P2551, 2646. 
En^ina, Panama, P2881. 
Epiphragmophora traskii group, 

P2170, 2246. 
Epitoniurn and allies, Pacific coast 

of America, P2217. 
Ethmocardium, note on, P92. 
Eulima, new, P1548. 
Eumeta, west America, P1799. 
exhibit sent to International Fish- 
eries Exhibition at London, B27, 

pt. D, 
Florida, P384, 519, 2741, 2917, 3070. 
Florida and the Southeastern States, 

P911. 
Galapagos Islands, F942. 
Gnathodon, monograph, P988. 
Guatemala, P1707, 2336. 
Gulf of California, P996. 
Haliotis, California, P1191; Pour- 

tales's, rediscovery of, P2091 ; west 

American, F3094. 
Flawaiian Islands, P1032, 1713, 1996, 

2878. 
heteropods collected by Albatross 

from Norfolk, Va., to San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., P943. 
Hispaniola, Annulariidae, B192. 
Hyalina, new species of, P710. 
Hyria, Brazilian, P2053. 
identification by National Museum, 

C47. 
Indian Territory, P740. 
Indiana, P2321. 
Indopacific, P1452. 
Japan, P1452. 
Kerguelen Island, E3. 
Labrador, P377, 1761; Ungava Bay, 

PS61. 
land, fresh-water, and marine shells 

from U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 

P844, 971. 
land shells, American, manual of, 

E28. 
Leptonacea, North American and 

West Indian, F1177. 
Liguus, Florida, P2741. 
Lima, giant species, P1978. 
limpets, Alaskan and Arctic regions, 

P48 ; east coast of United States, 

P246. 



MoLLUSKS (continued). 

Lower California, P9S8 ; Todos San- 
tos Bay, P536; Tres Marias, 

P996. 
Lucinacea, synopsis, P1237. 
M aero mph all na, west coast of 

America, P1522. 
marine bivalves, northv^est coast of 

North America, P2183. 
Marthas Vineyard, P284. 
melanellid, west American, P2207. 
Mexico, P1515, 1642, 1707, 2485, 

2594, 2653. 
Mexico- United States boundary, 

P1033, nil. 
Minnesota, Heron and Eagle Lakes, 

P1190. 
money, primitive, made from, R1887, 

pt. 3, No. 4. 
mussels, Diplodon, South American, 
P2209. 

District of Columbia, P2782. 

Hyria, Brazil, P2053. 

Mexican and Uruguayan, P2485. 

microscopic sculpture, P2576. 

pearly fresh-water, classification 
and distribution, P1068; synop- 
sis, P1205. 

South American, P2437, 2678. 

South and Central America and 
Mexico, P2S89. 
naiads, new, P1454. 
new, unfigured, or imperfectly 

known shells, chiefly American, 

P1264, 2668. 
New England, southern, P169. 
Nodulus, west American, Pi 858. 
Norfolk, Va., to San Francisco, 

Calif., pteropods and heteropods 

collected by the Albatross, P943. 
North America, Atlantic coast, deep 

water, revision, P1139. 
North and South America, west 

coast, P941. 
Nucella, northwest coast of America 

and adjacent regions, P2124. 
Obba, Philippine, BlOO, vol. 6, pt. 8. 
Obba marmorata and races, BlOO, 

vol. 6, pt. 7. 
Onchidiopsis, Labrador, P1761. 
Opisthoporus, Philippine, BlOO, voL 

6, pt. 6. 
Oregonian faunal area, P1574. 
Oreohelix, Arizona, P2802. 
oyster, pearl, Hawaiian, P2S78. 
Ozark Mountains, P2126. 
Pacific Ocean, new species from, 

P2002, 2295. 
Panama, P2250, 2881. 
Peru, P1704, 1736. 
Philippine Islands, BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 
1; vol. 2, pt. 5; vol. 6, pts. 6, 7; 
P1512, 1518, 1705, 1709, 1978, 
1983, 1993, 2104, 2272. 



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MoLLUSKS, Philippine Islands 
(Continued). 

Luzon, P2848. 

Mindoro Province, BlOO, vol. 6, 
pts. 8, 9. 

Pisidium, Alaskan, P2160. 

Planorbis, Philippine, P1512. 

Planorbis magnificus, notes on, 
P1587. 

Point Barrow, P460. 

pteropods collected by Albatross 
from Norfolk, Va., to San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., P943. 

Pupidae, new subgenus of, P726. 

pyramidellid, monograph of west 
American, B68; Oregonian faunal 
area, P1S74; west American, 
P1903 ; zoogeographic study, 
P1906. 

Pyramidellidae, notes on Japanese, 
Indopacific, and American, P14S2. 

Rangia, monograph, P988. 

Rissoellidae, west American, P2331. 

Rissoina, Recent and fossil, west 
coast of America, P2094. 

scaphopod. East American, BUI. 

Schistoloma, Philippine, P2104. 

Selenites duranti, note on, P584. 

shipworms, American, B122; Philip- 
pine, BlOO. vol. 2, pt. 5; Vene- 
zuelan, P2874. 

snails, pond, Philippine, P1518, 1709. 

Solenidae, North American and An- 
tillean, P1185. 

South Africa, B91. 

South America, P854, 2209, 2437, 
2638, 2678, 2825, 2949. 

Spliaerium, new species of, P415. 

Spliyradium species, with inquiry as 
to generic relationships, P1865. 

Synceratidae, west American, P2331. 

Tahiti, P1238. 

Tellinidae, synopsis, P1210. 

Thersites bipartita and allies, P2711. 

Triphoris, West American, PI 569. 

Turbinella pyrum, dentition, P521. 

Turritidae, Florida, P3070; notes on 
nomenclature, P2238; west coast 
of America and adjacent regions, 
P2288. 

types, illustrations of in National 
Museum, P2554. 

VniQ, Ozark region, P651. 

Unionidae, Florida and the South- 
eastern States, P911. 

United States, Pacific coast, P1610; 
southeast coast. Albatross dredg- 
ings, P2667; southeastern coast, 
catalog of shell-bearing marine 
forms, B37; western States, new 
land shells, P2155. 

"Universal Conchologist," P1425, 
1565. 

urocoptid, American, P1483 ; Mex- 
ican, P2653. 

Uruguay, P2485, 2552, 2699, 2762. 



MoLLusKS (continued). 

Veneridae, synopsis, P1312. 

Venezuela, P2874. 

Veronicella, notes on, P1671; Tahi- 

tian, P1238. 
Vertigo, study of American species, 

P726. 
Vertigo cubana, P790. 
Virginia, Chincoteague Island, 

P205S. 
Vitrinellidae, west coast of America, 

P1520, 1785. 
Vivipara, Philippine, P1518, 1709. 
West Indian region, PlOll, 1177, 

2929. 
Xenophora, Florida, P2917. 
(See also under Fossils.) 
Moluccas, starfishes from Albatross Phil- 
ippine cruise, P1944, 2022. 
Mona Island, Puerto Rico, ground dove, 

P1418. 
Money, primitive, R1887, pt. 3, No. 4. 
Mongolia, Inner, birds collected by Na- 
tional Geographic Society's Central- 
China Expedition, P2838; southern, 
plants collected by R. C. Ching, CNH28, 
pt. 4. 
Monkeys. (See under Mammals.) 
Montana, alligator, fossil, Hell Creek 
beds, P1860. 
dinosaurian reptiles. Two Medicine 
formation, P2839, 3066. 
P3066. 
flora. Glacier National Park, 

CNH22, pt. 5. 
fossil footprints from the Fort Union 

(Paleocene), P2750. 
Great Falls coal field, P918. 
liverwort, fossil, Fort Union beds, 

P1639. 
mammalian faunas, fossil, Fort 
Union, Crazy Mountain field, 
B169. 
mammals, fossil. Fort Union, Paleo- 
cene, P2981. 
mosquito, new, with list of species 

from State, P2794. 
plants, fossil. Fort Union, P921. 
rhinoceros, fossil, Diceratherium 
armatiim, Gallatin County, P2848. 
rocks, eruptive, Gallatin, Jefferson, 

and Madison Counties, P1031. 
wood, new species of fossil conifer- 
ous, P677. 
(See also under Fossils, Fort Union.) 
Montandon, Arnold Lucien, P924. 
[Moodey, Margaret Whittaker, B53, pt. 

2, sects. 2, 3; 118.] 
Moodie, Roy Lee, P1696, 1796, 1828. 
Mook, Charles Craig, P3122. 
Moore, Charles, R1895, pt. 2, No. 6. 
Moore, John Percy, PI 160, 1703. 
Moore, M. A., P202. 
Moore, Thomas; Jefferson, John Per- 
cival; and Porter, Joseph Yates, P37. 



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Moose. (See under Mammals.) 

Moose district of Hudson's Bay Co., 
birds of, PS18. 

Mordenite. (See under Mineralogy.) 

Morgan, Alfred Cookman, P2008. 

Morrison, Harold, P2178. 

Morrison, Harold, and Morrison, Emily, 
P2407, 2463, 2689. 

Morrison, Joseph Paul Eldred; Torre, 
Carlos de la; and Bartsch, Paul, B181. 

Morse, Edward Sylvester, R1893, pt. 2, 
No. 10. 

Mortensen, Theodor, B74; 100, vol. 6, 
pt. 4; 100, vol. 14, pt. 1. 

Morton, Conrad Vernon, CNH26, Nos. 
7, 9 ; CNH29, pt. 1 ; pt. 2 ( 1st art.) ; pt. 3. 

Mosaic from Carthage, Roman, in Na- 
tional Museum, P393. 

Mosquitoes. (See under Insects, Diptcra.) 

Mosses. (See under Plants.) 

Moths. (See under Insects, Lepidoptera.) 

Motmots. (See under Birds.) 

Moundbirds. (See under Birds.) 

Mounds. (See under Anthropology.) 

Mount Rainier, Hesperogenia, new ge- 
nus of Umbelliferae, CNHS, No. 4 
(3d art.). 

Mount Vernon, stone age at, P730. 

Mount Washington, Ashmead manu- 
script species of Ichneumonidae of 
Mrs. Slosson's lists, P2429. 

Mud-eel. (See under Fishes.) 

Muesebeck, Carl Frederick William, 
P2349, 2436, 2470, 2580, 2633, 2642, 
2882, 2923. 

Mules, in milk, P278. 

Mulfnrd Biological Exploration, Amazon 
Basin, bees, P2684; Cleridae, P2674; 
Coleoptera, P2568; nematodes, P2526; 
termites, P2615. 

Mullets. (See under Fishes.) 

Murbach, Louis, P1097. 

Murdoch, John, R1884, pt, 3, No. 3; 
P4S9, 702. 

Museum, U. 8. National. (See under 
National Museum.) 

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, 
American fishes in collection of, P81; 
fishes described by Cuvier and Val- 
enciennes, P593. 

Museum fiir Naturkunde, Berlin, cri- 
noids, P1937. 

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Asta- 
cidae in collection, P1136. 

Museum-Gates Expedition, archeological 
field work in northeastern Arizona, 
R1901, pt. 2, No. 4; culture of ancient 
pueblos, New Mexico and Arizona, B87. 

Museum specimens, preservation from 
insects and dampness, R1887, pt.3, No.7. 

Museums, anthropological, classification 
and arrangement of exhibits, 
R1901, pt. 2, No. 3. 
European, American Asteraceae in, 

CNH26, pt. 5. 
museums of the future, R1889, pt. 
3, No. 1. 



Museums (continued). 

public, plea for (If public libraries, 
why not public museums?), R1893, 
pt. 2, No. 10. 
studies of institutions of New York 
City, Albany, Buffalo, and Chi- 
cago, with notes on European, 
R1903, pt. 2, No. 2. 
taxidermy for, R1892, pt. 3, No. 3. 
(See also under names of various 
museums.) 
Music, contributions to history of scales, 

R1900, pt. 2, No. 4. 
Musical instruments, handbook of Na- 
tional Museum collection, B136. 
Muskrat. (See under Mammals.) 
Mussels. (See under Mollusks.) 
Myers, Frank Jacob, P2190. 
Myers, George Sprague, N2998, 3007, 

3008. 
Myers, Paul Revere, P2052, 2204, 2206. 
Myology, rapid preparation of large 

specimens, P243. 
Myriapods: 

Africa, P9S1, 1042, 1137, 1170. 

Loanda, F968. 
Arizona, P1810, 2714. 
California, F2741. 

centipedes. Central American, F2402. 
Central America, P2402, 2403. 
chilopods, Geophilidae, arrangement 
of, P1039; Geophilus attemiatus, 
P1038; Henicops dolichopus, Utah, 
P1270. 
Colobognatha, Arizona and Califor- 
nia, P2714; Tennessee, Texas, and 
Lower California, P29S9. 
Congo, P1036. 
Costa Rica, P1810. 
Cuba, P720. 

diplopods, African, P1036, 1170; 
oniscoid, American, PI 154; Oxy- 
desinus, Congo, P1C36; Polydes- 
moidea, east African, P1042; Pri- 
odesmus, new genus, P1037; 
Striariidae, P1169; Strongyloso- 
matidae, tropical African, P1137. 
Florida, Escambia County, P63!. 
ForJaria pidchella, Tennessee, F714. 
Geophilidae, arrangement, P1039. 
Geophilus attemiatus, P1038. 
Gomphodesmidae, African, P1170. 
Henicops dolichopus, Utah, PI 270. 
Indiana, P632, 731. 
Lithobiidae, notes on, P625; Salt 

Lake County, Utah, P1242. 
Lower California, P2989. 
Lysiopetalldae, North American, 

P181, 3006. 
Merocheta, Am.erican oniscoid Dip- 
lopoda, PI 154; tropical, v.ith ex- 
ample of kinetic evolution, P1831. 
Mexico, PI 8 10. 

millipeds, cambaloid. United States, 
P3043. 
Central American, P2403. 
Colobognatha, Arizona and Call- 



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Myriapods, millipetls (continued). 

fornia, P2714; Tennessee, 
Texas, and Lower California, 
P2989. 
hothouse, as a new genus, P1842. 
Lysiopetalidae, P3006. 
Merocheta, tropical, with example 

cf kinetic evolution, P1831. 
Texas, Arizona, Mexico, and 

Costa Rica, P1810. 
West Indian, P2431. 
National Museum collection, P722. 
North American, B46 ; P670. 
Oxydesinus, Congo, P1036. 
Polj'desmoidea, east African, P1042. 
Priodesmus, P1037. 
Scolopendrellidae, genera of, P280. 
Sciitigeridae, notes on, P625. 
Stria riidae, PI 169. 
Strongylosomatidae, tropical Afri- 
can, PI 137. 
Surinam, P1037. 
Tennessee, P714, 721, 2989. 
Texas, P1810, 2989. 
Utah, P1242, 1270. 
Virginia, Luray Cave, P181. 
West Indies, P2431. 
Mythology, Shinto, Japan, R1891, pt. 3, 

No. 4. 
INIyzonts, P308. 

N 

Naiads. (See under Mollusks.) 
NaiTiaqualand, Great, Southwest Africa, 

birds, P2951 
Namiye, M., birds collected by in Idzu, 
Japan, P649; in Liu Kiu Islands, 
P597. 
Naples Zoological station, methods era- 
ployed for preserving marine animals, 
B39m. 
Kaskopie (Nagnagnot) drum, P736. 
National Gallery of Art. (See under 

Art.) 
National Geographic Society, birds col- 
lected bv Central China Expedi- 
tion, P2838. 
birds collected in China by J. F. 

Rock, P2654, 2907. 
birds collected in Inner Mongolia, 
Chihli, and Kansu, on expedition 
to central China, P2838. 
National Geographic Society-Yale Uni- 
versity Expedition to Peru, amphibians 
and reptiles, P2352; birds, B117; mam- 
mals, P2333. 
National Museum: 

account of, R1896, pt. 2, No. 1. 
buildings occupied, R1903, pt. 2, 

No. 1. 
Bulletin 112, additions to, P2478. 
circular addressed to friends of, C2. 
collections, installation plans, C16. 
condition and progress, R1S81 
through 1946. 



National Museum (continued). 

contributions and their acknowledg- 
ment, Cl7. 
establishment and officers, C5. 
genesis, R1891, pt. 3, No. 1. 
letters on work of, ClO. 
library, circulars prepared to obtain 
accessions, C43, 44, 45 ; circular 
requesting material for, C14. 
Museum classification, outline of 

scheme of, C13. 
Natural History Building, descrip- 
tive account of, P80. 
organization and objects, CIS. 
organization and regulations, plan 

of, Cl. 
publications, list of, BSl, 193; CIS. 
reports, R1881 through R1946. 
type specimens, lending, C35. 
Natuna Islands, birds, B159. 
Natural history surveys. State, history of, 

B109. 
Naturalists, American, bibliographies of, 
B20, Baird ; 22, Ward ; 30, Meek, White, 
Walcott; 40, Lawrence; 41, Girard. 
Naturforscher, "Hermaphrodite fishes," 

translation, P441. 
Naumannite, P2351. 

Navajo. (See under Anthropology, In- 
dians.) 
Naval architecture, European, R1891, pt. 

3, No. 7; Norsk, P583. 

Neailey, G. C, plants collected by in 

Rio Grande region, Tex., CNHl, No. 2. 

Nebraska, flora of the sand hills, CNH3, 

No. 3; Miocene hawks from, P3003; 

volcanic dust and sand, P497. 

Needham, James George, B39o; P1331, 

1371. 
Needlecases, decorative designs, P1616. 
Negroes, crania, P2696. 
Nelson, Edward William, P395, 399._ 
Umbelliferae collected in Mexico, 
CNH3, No. 5 (1st art.). 
Nelson, Elias, P1230. 
Nematodes: 

Acuariinae, key to genera, P2871. 
African animals, roundworm from. 

P2783. 
America, northeast coast, P76. 
Ancylostoma pluriuen'atum, and re- 
view of genus Ancylostoma. 
P2697. 
Ascaridia, Tonkin, Indo-China. 

P2538. 
Brazil, from land-tortoise, P2526. 
Calcutta Zoological Garden, animals 

dying from, P2777. 
China, P2614. 

Cooperia from the carabao, P2765. 
eggs from shark, P2588, 2555. 
Epomidiostomum from bird, P2864. 
Filarioidea, from animals in Calcut- 
ta Zoological Garden, P2777. 
from Amphibia, P2947. 
from bat. P2677. 



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Nematodes (continued). 

from birds, B140; PS93, 2864. 

from carabao, P276S. 

from fishes, P1560, 2977. 

from intestines of mammals, P2723. 

from land-tortoise from Brazil, 
P2526. 

from mammals of the Rodentia, 
Lagomorpha, and Hyracoidea, 
P2131. 

from northwestern belted kingfisher, 
P2871. 

from opossum, P2897. 

from prong-horn antelope, P2694. 

from rat, P2616. 

from Rhea, P2958. 

from Rodentia, Lagomorpha, and 
Hyracoidea, P2131. 

from rodents, P2749, 2788. 

from sage grouse, F2869. 

from sheep, P1892. 

from Texas peccary, P2956. 

from Virginia deer, P2872. 

Gongylonema from domestic swine 
in United States, P24S6. 

Hastospiculum, review, P2919. 

hookworms (Uncinaria), from car- 
nivores, P2697; from dog, fox, 
and badger, P2S33; from raccoon, 
P2S98. 

Indo-China, Tonkin, P2S38. 

Jamaica, P2527. 

larval, Porrocaecum from mammals 
(Insectivora), P2S89. 

lungworms from ruminants of North 
America, P2884. 

mermithid, from Jamaica, P2527. 

Nematodirus, observations on, with 
descriptions of new species, P2350. 

Nematodirus aniilocaprae from ante- 
lope, with kev to species of Nema- 
todirus, P269'4. 

new genera, with note on neglected 
nematode structure, P2386. 

new genera and species, P2866. 

new internal parasites, P2603. 

new parasitic, P1864, 2890. 

Ostertagia, new species, P2872. 

Ostertagia bullosa, parasitic in 
sheep, P1892. 

Ostertagia lyrata, note on, P2872. 

Philippine Islands, P2765. 

Porrocaecum from Insectivora, 
P2589. 

Rictularia splendida from coyote, 
with notes on other coyote para- 
sites, P2012. 

roundworms, from African animals, 

P27S3 ; from domestic swine in U. 

S., P2456; from rabbit, P2548, 

2553. 

Sincosta aberrans, from rodent, 

P2788. 
Strongylata, Ascaridata, and Spirur- 
ata, bird parasites, B140. 

711175-47—19 



Nematodes (continued). 

Strongylidae from intestines of mam- 
mals, P2723. 
structure, neglected, note on, P2386. 
Trichostrongylus from rabbit, P2548. 
Uncinaria from dog, fox, and bad- 
ger, P2533. 
Viannaia bursobscura, from opossum, 
P2897. 
Nemerteans, America, northeast coast, 

P76. 
Neocene corals. United States, P1193. 
Nephrite, P696. 

Nero, steamer, data compiled on oceano- 
graphy of the Pacific, B5S. 
Neuroptera. (See under Insects.) 
Nevada, andorite-bearing silver ore, 
P2411. 
cyprinoid, Leuciscus turneri from 

Miocene, P1212. 
dragonflies, life history and ecology, 

P2192. 
fish, fossil stickleback, PI 528. 
flora, CNH25 ; Esmeralda formation, 

P2719. 
reptiles, P2078. 
sculpin, fossil, P2S19. 
sponge fauna, early Ordovician, 
P3126. 
New Brunswick, amphipod crustaceans, 
P2827, 2888; shell mounds, aboriginal, 
notes on, P229. 
New England, Brachyura and Anomura 
collected by U. S. Fish Commis- 
sion, P343. 
Cladocera, P1848. 
Crustacea dredged by U. S. Fish 

Commission, P172. 
fishes, diagnosis of flounders, and 
genus related to Merlucius, P16S; 
Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps, 
P77; obtained by U, S. Fish Com- 
mission, P177. 
Isopoda, notes on, P7S. 
mackerel, frigate, Auxis rochei, 

P183. 
marine invertebrates, distributed by 
National Museum, P230, P231; 
distributed by U. S. Commission 
of Fish and Fisheries, P82. 
Mollusca, catalog, P169. 
shell mounds, aboriginal, notes on, 

P229. 
Thyrsitops violaceus, P658. 
(See also under names of New Eng- 
land States.) 
New Guinea, new genus and species of 
percoid fishes, Centropomidae, P3191. 
New Hampshire, Sunapee Lake, new spe- 
cies of char, Sahelirius aureolus, 
P671. 
New Jersey, chlorophoenicite, a new ar- 
senite from Franklin, P2669; reptile, 
Triassic, P2728 ; serpentine of Mont- 
ville, P694; sponge, Cretaceous, P2019. 
New Mexico, baskets. Basket Maker, 
P2933. 



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New Mexico (continued). 

blue mineral, supposedly ultra- 
marine, Silver City, P978. 
botany, bibliography, CNH13, pt. 6 

{2d art.), 
cotton rat, Sigmodon minima, P994. 
crustacean, Spilaeroma, PI 128. 
Diptera, parasitic and predaceous, 

from northeastern, P2070. 
field sparrow, new, P432. 
flora, CNH19. 

Hemiptera-Heteroptera collected by 
E. A. Schwarz and H. S. Barber, 
Las Vegas Hot Springs, P1360. 
mammal remains from prehistoric 

village sites, P1500. 
Orthoptera, notes on, P1333. 
Pinna, new Cretaceous, PUS. 
pit house village at Luna, explora- 
tion, P2280. 
plants, new, CNH16, pt. 4; Triassic, 
notes on, P821 ; type localities, 
CNH13, pt. 6 (1st art.). 
Pueblos, culture of ancient, Upper 

Gila River region, B87. 
reptiles, Kirtland formation, P2978. 
ruminant, Pleistocene, P1447. 
■wood, fossil, Araucarioxylon arizott- 
icum, P676. 
New Orleans. (See under Louisiana.) 
New World, chigger mites (Trombicii- 
linae), P2908, 2970; Erabioptera, 
P3175; plant lice, jumping (Psyllidae), 
monograph of, B85. 
New York, crabeater, Elacate Canada, 
lower Hudson Valley, PSll. 
mammals of Catskill Mountains, 
with remarks on fauna and flora, 
P1147. 
museums of Albany, Buffalo, and 
New York City, studies of, R1903, 
pt. 2, No. 2. 
plants of Erian (Devonian), P928. 
rocks, serpentinous. New York City 

and Essex County, P783. 
shell beds, Westchester, P3S1. 
New Zealand, recent Foraminifera, 

P2302. 
Newberry, John Strong, P306. 
Newfoundland, amphipods, P2827, 2888. 
Crustacea, fresh-water, P1S89. 
explorations of Grampus, R1889, pt. 

3, No. 7. 
Notacanthus phasganorus. Grand 

Banks, P184. 
Owen Bryant collections: 
annelids, P1703. 
Bryozoa, P1933. 
coelenterates, P1706. 
Niagaran strata. (See under Fossils.) 
Nias, bats, Rhinolophus, collected by W. 

L. Abbott, P1440. 
Niblack, Albert Parker, R1888, pt. 3, No. 

1; C23; P718. 
Nicaragua, ant thrush, new, P1090. 
birds, P391, 947. 



Nicaragua (continued). 

Echinomys semispinosus, occurrence, 

P743. 
fishes, collected by L. F. H. Birt, 

P732. 
salamander, new, P1538. 
Nichols, Henry E., fishes collected by: 
Alaska and British Columbia, P2S5, 

387. 
Gulf of California and Lower Cali- 
fornia, P227. 
Mexico, west coast, P221. 
Nicobar Islands, birds collected by W. L. 
Abbott and C. B. Kloss, P1288; mam- 
mals, P1269; races of Megapodius 
nitobariensis, P2278. 
Nicoya, Gulf, Costa Rica, birds, P29S. 
Nierstrasz, Hugo Frederick, and Brender 

a Brandis, Gerard Abraham, P2832. 
Niles, Cornelia, CNH24, pt. 6. 
Niuafoou Island. (See under Oceania.) 
Noble, Gladwyn Kingsley, and Barbour, 

Thomas, P2352. 
Nomenclator Zoologicus, B19. 
Norfolk, Va., to San Francisco, Calif., 
pteropods and heteropods collected by 
Albatross, P943. 
North Carolina, Annelida Polychaeta, 
Beaufort, report on, P8S2. 
bear-animalcule from coast, P2203. 
birds, notes on, P3117. 
bornite and chalcocite in copper ores, 

Virgilina District, P183S. 
Caranx beani, P178. 
fishes, Beaufort, P55, 550; Cane 
River and Boilings Creek, P1339. 
goby, Garmannia spongicola, P2185. 
Hadropterus aurantiactu, French 

Broad River, P504. 
invertebrate faunas. Upper Creta- 
ceous, P2706. 
meteorite, Hendersonville, notes on 
composition and structure, P1511; 
Persimmon Creek, PI 380; Rich 
Mountain, Jackson County, Pi 524. 
moUusks from the Miocene, P2759. 
olivine-diabase, Davidson County, 

P1715. 
Phycis regius, note on occurrence, 

PI 24. 
plant covering of Ocracoke Island, 

CNH5, No. 5. 
plant life of Ellis, Great, Little, and 
Long Lakes, CNH13, pt. 10 (2d 
art.), 
salamander, new, P14S7. 
whale, beaked, Mesoplodon mirum, 
P2007. 
North Dakota, Freda, meteorite, P3134. 
North Pacific Surveying Expedition, con- 
tributions to natural history of Hawa- 
iian and Fanning Islands and Lower 
California, B7; Phronimidae, P2S8. 
Norway, naval architecture, P583. 
Notman, Howard, P2583, 2586. 
Nova Scotia, amphipod crustaceans, 
P2827, 2888. 



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Nova Scotia (continued). 

annelids, polychaetous, dredged bv 

Owen Bryant, P1703. 
Bryozoa collected by Owen Bryant, 

P1933. 
Liparis ranula, Halifax, P65. 
Nuculites, Silurian, Washington County, 

Maine, F222S. 
Nukualofa, echinoderms, P290S. 
Nutcrackers. (See under Birds.) 
Nuthatches. (See under Birds.) 
Nutting, Charles Cleveland, BlOO, vol. 
6, pt. 3; SB4; P295, 391, 1171, 
1624, 1658, 1923. 
birds collected by in Costa Rica, 
P30S. 
Nye, W., birds collected by, P420. 

o 

Oak. (See under Plants.) 
Ober, Frederick A., birds collected by: 
Antigua and Barbuda, P35. 
Dominica, P19. 
Grenada, P45. 
Guadeloupe, P57. 
Lesser Antilles, P61. 
Martinique, P51. 
St. Vincent, P27. 
Oberholser, Harry Church, B86, 98, 159; 
P1080, 1153, IISO, 1182, 1195-1197, 
1258, 1271, 1276, 1281, 1352, 1354, 
1370, 1373, 1411, 1469, 1657, 1803, 
1840, 1847, 1881, 1916, 1939, 2088, 
2090, 2106, 2121, 2175, 2230, 2232, 
2262, 2265, 2268, 2276, 2278, 2282, 
2512, 3018. 
Obsidian Cliff, Yellowstone National 

Park, minerals and origin, P2618. 
Oceania, design areas in, P2896; echi- 
noderms, Tonga Archipelago, Niua- 
foou, and Nukualofa, P2905; fishes, 
P2931. 

(See also under Fiji, South Seas, etc.) 
Ocelots. (See under Mammals.) 
Ochs, Georg, P2774. 
Odonata. (See under Insects.) 
Ogle, Fletcher, and Eigenmann, Carl H., 

P1556. 
Ohio, catalog of harvest spiders (Phalan- 
giidae), P950. 
cloth fragment taken from mound, 

P347. 
Maumee Valley, note on fishes of, 

P737. 
Warren and Clinton Counties, Rich- 
mond faunal zones, P2671. 
Ohio Valley Centennial Exposition, Cin- 
cinnati, contributions of department of 
transportation and engineering, C38; 
of section of graphic arts, C37 ; of sec- 
tion of Oriental antiquities, C39; ex- 
hibit by department of prehistoric an- 
thropology, C40; guide to collection 
illustrating mammals, C41. 
Ohshima, Hiroshi, P2073. 
Okada, Yaichiro, P2935. 
Oken's names of fish genera, P1346. 



Okhotsk Sea, birds collected by Alba- 
tross, PI 727. 
Okinawa, fishes, P1541, 1913. 
Oklahoma, cactus, Echinocereus baileyi, 
CNH12, pt. 9 (7th art.), 
plants, late Tertiary, P2256; obser- 
vations on, CNHl, No. 6 (2d art.). 
(See also under Indian Territory.) 
Oldhamite in Allegan meteorite, P1622. 
Oldroyd, Thomas Shaw, P2535. 
Old World, birds in National Museum, 
catalog of, P234; butterfly, P2934; 
forficulids and blattids, P1363. 
Olenellus zone, new genera and species, 

P763. 
Oligocene. (See under Fossils.) 
Oligochaetes, branchiobdellid worms in 
National Museum, P2267. 
discodrilid worm, Colorado, P1912; 

new genus and species, P2071. 
earthworms, Burmese, summary, 
P2781; Chinese, P3040; Diplocar- 
dia, Texas, P2549; Lumbricidae, 
North American, P2174; Megas- 
colecidae, P3009; Moniligastridae, 
P2263. 
Olivine-diabase, Davidson County, N. C, 

P1715. 
Oman, Paul Wilson, P3036. 
One Hundredth Meridian, fossil turtles 

from west of, PI 747. 
Ontaric formations, Maryand, P1313. 
Ontario, Hamilton, dendroid graptolites 

of the Niagaran dolomites, B65. 
Onychophores, Panama and Canal Zone, 
P3197; West Indies and Central Amer- 
ica, P3027. 
Onyx marbles, origin, composition, uses, 

R1893, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Oolites. (See under Petrology.) 
Oology. (See under Birds' eggs.) 
Opahs. (See under Fishes.) 
Ophiurans. (See Echinoderms.) 
Opossum. (See under Mammals.) 
Orangs. (See under Mammals.) 
Orchids. (See under Plants.) 
Orcutt, Charles Russell, and Dall, Wil- 
liam Healey, P536. 
Ordovician. (See under Fossils.) 
Oregon, dragonflies, life history and 
ecology, P2107. 
fishes, collected by Charles Bendire, 
P265; Clackamas River, notes on, 
P20. 
mouse, Phenacomys longicaudus, 

P826. 
plants, fossil, P679; used by Kla- 
math Indians, CNH5, No. 2. 
reptile, pterosaurian, Cretaceous, 

P2745. 
"smelt," atherinoid, new species from 

Yachats River, P1999. 
whitefish, Coregonus oregonius, Mc- 

Kenzie River, P1677. 
zeolites, Ritter Hot Spring, Grant 
County, P2737. 



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Oregonian fannal area, pyraraidellid 
mollusks, PI574. 

Ores. (See under Metallography.) 

Oriental plant bugs in National Museum, 
P3182. 

Ornithology, American, use of trinom- 
inals, P413. 
(See also under Birds.) 

Orthoptera. (See under Insects.) 

Ortmann, Arnold Edward, P1480, 1591. 

Osborn, Henry Fairfield, R1897, vol. 2. 

Osborn, Raymond Carroll, P1933. 

Osgood, Wilfred Hudson, and Lyon, 
Marcus Ward, Jr., B62. 

[Osten Sacken, Charles Robert, B3.] 

Osteology, of Amphipnoidae, P825 ; of 
Anguillidae, P803 ; of Antigoniidae, 
P1297; of Antrodemus (Allosaurus) 
and Ceratosaurus, BllO; of Baptornls, 
Diatryma, Hargeria, H esperornis, 
P1320; of berycoid fishes, PI 366; of 
Desmostylus and Cornivallius, P2521; 
of Dinolestes lewini, P1186; of hemi- 
branchiate fishes, P1301 ; of Hemitrip- 
teridae, P835; of jerboas and jumping- 
mice, P1228; of Lutjaninae, P444; of 
Muraenosocidae, P81S; of Nothura 
inaailosa, P622 ; of Opheosaurus ven- 
tralis, P245; of Paridae, Psitia, and 
Chainaea, P830; of Percesoces, P1179; 
of Polyglyphanodon, P3148; of Proc- 
niatidae, P1077; of Simenchelyidae, 
P817; of Sinopa, P1449; of spotted 
tinamou, P622; of Steganopodes and 
Tubinares, P713; of Stegosaurus, B89; 
of Synaphobranchidae, P804; of 
thrushes, Miminae, and wrens, P704; 
of Triceratops, P2260; skeletons of 
Dimetrodon gigas, P2300; of Diplo- 
docus, P2941; preparation, B39c; C33. 

Ostracods. (See under Crustaceans; also 
under Fossils, Crustaceans.) 

Otaki, Keinosuke, fishes collected in Jap- 
an, P1213. 

Ovenbirds. (See under Birds.) 

Owls. (See under Birds; also under Fos- 
sils, birds.) 

Oyster, pearl. (See under Mollusks.) 

Oystercatcher. (See under Birds.) 

Ozark Mountains, fresh-water shells, 
P2126. 

Ozawa, Yoshiaki, and Cushman, Joseph 
Augustine, P2829. 



Pacific Islands, plants, B7; botanical 

bibliography, CNH30, pt. 1. 
Pacific Ocean, birds recorded by Pinchot 
Expedition, P2876. 
cephalopods, P1838. 
chub-mackerels, comparison with 

those of Atlantic Ocean, P1748. 
crustaceans, Albuneidae, P1367. 
oceanography, contribution to, B55. 
shells, new, P2002. 



Pacific Ocean, north, Asteroidea, B76. 
barnacles, P3081. 

birds collected by Albatross, P1727. 
capelin, Mallotus cateri'aritts, rede- 

scription, P3029. 
Chrysodomus and other mollusks, 

P2234. 
crinoids, P1S43, 1559. 
diatoms of Albatross voyages, 

CNHIO, pt. 5. 
Foraminifera, monograph, B71. 
hydrocorals, P3024. 
Mollusca, new, P2295. 
ophiurans in National Museum, B75. 
worms, echiurcid, P3198. 
Pacific Ocean, northeastern, annelids, 
Nephtyidae, P3034. 
ascldians, simple, in National Mu- 

P1989. 
fishes collected by International Fish- 
eries Commission, P3062. 
Pacific Ocean, northwestern, cephalopods, 
collected by Albatross, P2310. 
chitons, collected by Albatross, P2223. 
holothurians collected hy Albatross, 

P2073. 
isopods, collected by Albatros:, 

P1701; Dajidae, P1586. 
Janiridae, new genus and species of, 

P1843. 
medusae and siphonophorae collected 

by Albatross, P1946. 
sponges, collected by Albatross, 
P22^7, 2935. 
Pacific Ocean, tropical, apodal fishes col- 
lected by the Albatross, P856. 
Foraminifera (Astrorhizidac to 
Trochamminidae), B161, pt. 1; 
Lagenidae to Alveolinellidae, 
B161, pt. 2; Heterohelicldae and 
Buliminidae, B161, pt. 3. 
Pacific Ocean, western, cottid fishes from, 

with revision of Stlengis, P2987. 
Packard, Robert L., P978. 
Paine, John Howard, P2201. 
Painter, Joseph Hannum, CNH13, pt. 10 

(2d art.). 
Paleocene. (See under Fossils.) 
Paleolithic. (See under Anthropology.) 
Paleontology. (See under Fossils.) 
Paleozoic. (See under Fossils.) 
Palestine, Medeba mosaic map, drawing 

in National Museum, P2111. 
Paligorskite from Utah, P2758. 
Pallasite from Cold Bay, Alaska, P242S. 
Palmer, Edward, plant collections: 

Arizona, CNHl, No. 4 (1st and 2d 

arts.). 
Califofnia, CNHl, No. 8 (7th art.). 
Carmen Island, CNHl, No. 5 (1st 

art.). 
Lower California, CNHl, No. 1 (2d 

art.). No. 3; P749. 
Mexico, CNHl, No. 4 (1st art); 
No. 8 (7th art.) ; No. 9 (1st art.). 



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Palmer, William, P819, 1669. 

bats collected by in Cuba, P1359. 
fishes collected by in Java, P1919. 
insects collected by in Java, P2675. 
Palms. (See under Plants; also under 

Fossils, plants.) 
Pamlico, echinoids, P3113. 
Pan American Exposition. (See under 

Buffalo.) 
Panama, annelid, polychaetous, P2186. 
batrachians, P1857. 
bats, P1882. 

chigger mites, Trombicula, P2970. 
culture of people of southeastern 

Panama, B134. 
fishes, collected by Albatross, P840; 
collected by F. H. Bradley, in Yale 
University Museum, P329; col- 
lected by J. M. Dov?, P292; col- 
lected by Rev. Rowell, P294; My- 
rophis vafer and Chloroscombrut 
orqueta, P334. 
geology and paleontology, contribu- 
tions to, B103: fossil decapod crus- 
taceans, pt. 7; biologic character 
and geologic correlation of sedi- 
mentary formations, pt. 11. 
isopods, Cubans, P1911; Livoneca, 
P1430, 1891; Pdaegyge and Pro- 
bopyrus, P1914. 
Microlepidoptera, nevf genera and 

species, P2043. 
mollusks, new marine, with figure of 

Engina, P2881. 
mosses, new or interesting, CNH16, 

pt. 1 (4th art.), 
onychophores, P3197. 
Piperaceae, CNH26, pt. 2. 
Rotatoria, report on, P2062. 
Sciaena sclera, P452. 
shells, new marine, P2250. 
snake, new, P1681. 
Thalassophryne doiui, P639. 
Urolophus asterias, P327. 
Panama Canal, comparison of sponges 
near Pacific end with those at Carib- 
bean end, P2993. 
Panama Canal Zone. (Sec under Canal 

Zone.) 
Panthers'. (See under Mammals.) 
Paraguaj', Acrididae, synoptic list, P1461. 
birds, collected by W. T. Foster, 

P1281; observations on, B133. 
Locustidae and Gryllidae collected 
by W. T. Foster, P14S0. 
Paris Exposition, anthropology at, R1890, 

pt. 3, No. 10. 
Parish-Smithsonian Expedition, Cuba 

and Haiti, birds, P2925. 
Parker, Frances Lawrence, and Cushman, 

Joseph Augustine, P2903. 
Parker, John Bernard, P2173, 2776. 
Parker, J. B., and Boving, Adam Glede, 

P2S13. 
Parker, Ralph Robinson, P2227. 
Parr, Albert Eide, P2807. 
Parrots. (See under Birds.) 



Parsee religious ceremonial objects in 

National Museum, P2432. 
Partridges. (See under Birds.) 
Patagonia, ferns, CNHl, No. 5 (2d art.- 
3). 
isnpods, Jaeropsis, new species of, 
PI 675 ; Notasellus, from east coast, 
PI 720. 
lichens, CNHl, No. 5 (2d art.-6). 
liverworts, CNHl, No. 5 (2d art.-5). 
mosses, CNHl, No. 5 (2d art.-4). 
Pate, William Franklin, and Bassler, 

Ray Smith, P1621. 
Patella in birds, P439. 
Patera of Rennes, R1894, pt. 2, No. 3. 
Payson, Edwin Blake, CNH20, pt. 4. 
Peale, Albert Charles, B53, pt. 2, sect. 3. 
Pearl mussel investigations on the Mis- 

missippi River, dragonflies, P1692. 
Pearse, Arthur Sperry, P1594, 1936, 1998, 

2123, 2381, 2924, 3044. 
Pearse, A. S., and Walker, Henry At- 

chinson, P3067. 
Peccaries. (See under Mammals; also 

under Fossils, Mammals.) 
Peck, James Ingraham, P943. 
"Peckhamite" in Estherville, Iowa, me- 
teorite, P2341. 
Pelicans. (See under Birds.) 
Pembroke formation, Washington Coun- 
ty, Maine, fossils, P1985. 
Penhallow, David Pearce, P928, 929. 
Pennell, Francis Whittier, CNH20, pt. 9. 
Penney, James Theophilus, P2965. 
Penney, J. T., and Wilson, Henry Van 

Peters, P280S. 
Pennsylvania, cinnamon bear, P338. 

meteorite, Chicora, Butler County, 

P3111. 
oolite, Bethlehem, P2102. 
Philadelphia, International Exhibi- 
tion, classification of collection to 
illustrate animal resources of 
United States, B6, 14. 
plants, notes on Erian (Devonian); 

P928; Triassic, P2154. 
rocks, serpentinous, Easton, P783. 
sandstone, Potsdam, Berks County, 
note on, P341. 
Pentremite, new American, P1467. 
Perch. (See under Fishes.) 
Peridotite, Little Deer Isle, Penobscot 

Bay, Maine, P707. 
Perkins, Janet Russell, CNHlO, pt. 4. 
Permian, lower, insect. Grand Canyon, 

P2695. 
Perry, Stuart Hoffman, B184. 
Perry, Stuart H., and Henderson, Ed- 
ward Porter, P3134. 
Persepolis, casts in National Museum, 

R1893, pt. 2, No. 8. 
Peru, amphibians and reptiles, Yale Uni- 
versity-National Geographic So- 
ciety Expedition, P2352. 
amphipods, P1767, 1768. 
barnacles, collected bv R. E. Coker 
et al., P1700. 



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Peru (continued). 

batrachians and reptiles, Yale Ex- 
pedition, P1992. 
bird life, distribution in Urubamba 

Valley, B117. 
birds, guano, habits and economic 

relations, P2298. 
fish scales, fossil, P2355. 
fishes, collected by P. O. Simons, 

P1468; shore fishes, catalog of, 

B189: west coast and Titicaca 

Basin, B9S. 
grasses, CNH24, pt. 8. 
Hymenoptera, Yale Expedition, 

P1960, 1964, 2052. 
isopods, collected by R. E. Coker, 

P1729. 
Lepidoptera, Yale Expedition, P2006. 
lizard, amphisbaenoid, P1856. 
Mammalia, collected by E. Heller, 

Yale University-National Geo- 
graphic Society Expedition, P2333. 
Muscisaxicola, new. Lake Titicaca, 

P643. 
mussels, fossil, Upper Amazon, 

P2748. 
Orthoptera, Yale Expedition, P1949, 

1956, 2001. 
palm fruit, middle Eocene, P2652. 
plants, Miocene, P2270. 
shells, collected by Hiram Bingham, 

P1736; report on, with summary 

of littoral marine Mollusca, P1704. 
skeletal remains, Chicama, Moche, 

and Viru Valleys, P3160. 
slings, ancient, in National Museum, 

P2275. 
Peru and adjacent coast, stalk-eyed Crus- 
tacea, P1766, 
Petrels. (See under Birds.) 
Petrified Forest National Monument, 

Ariz., Triassic insects, P3033. 
Petrography : 

Colcrado, Italian Mountain, P2690. 
lamprophyric dike rocks of Coeur 

d'AIene mining district, P2318. 
limestone conglomerate, Triassic of 

Leesburg, Va., P2565. 
United States-Mexico boundary, 

PI173. 
Petroleum. (See under Mineral indus- 
tries and under Mineralogy.) 
Petrology: 

basalt, Columbia River, sideritc 

from, P2458. 
carbonic acid tests on weathering of 

marbles and limestones, P2108. 
cave pearls in Carlsbad Caverns, 

P2813. 
crystalline schists of the District of 

Columbia, P363. 
diabase, intrusive Triassic, Goose 

Creek, Loudoun County, Va., 

P2S39; Mesozoic, Atlantic border, 

P205. 
glasses, sporadic, supposed origin, 

P1833. 



Petrology (continued). 

granites, black nodules in Maine, 
P354. 

limestones and marbles, carbonic 
acid tests on weathering, P2108. 

onyx marbles, origin, composition, 
uses, R1893, pt. 2, No. 3. 

oolites, Bethlehem, Pa., P2102; Carls- 
bad Caverns, P2813. 

rocks, eruptive, from Gallatin, Jef- 
ferson, and Madison Counties, 
Mont., P1031; serpentinous, Essex 
County and New York City, N. Y., 
and near Easton, Pa., P783. 

sandstone, metamorphism in sili- 
ceous, PI 546; phosphatic, from 
Florida, P263 ; Potsdam, Berks 
County, Pa., P341. 

sandstone concretions, formation, 
P987. 

serpentine of Montville, N. J., P694. 

stalactites and gj'psurn incrustations 
in caves, P98S. 
Petropaulovski, birds collected at by L. 

Stejneger, P345. 
Phalaropes. (See under Birds.) 
Pheasants. (See under Birds.) 
Philadelphia, International Exhibition, 
classification of collection to illustrate 
animal resources of United States, 
B6, 14. 
Philately. (See under Stamps.) 
Philip, Hoffman, Abyssinian ethnologi- 
cal collection, P1819. 
Philippine Islands, annelids, polychae- 
tous. Albatross, BlOO, vol. 1, pts. 
8, 9; vol. 6, pts. 2, 5. 

ascidians. Albatross, BlOO, vol. 1, 
pt. 2. 

barnacles. Albatross, P1904. 

beetles, buprestid, new, P2438 ; fun- 
gus, Endomychidae, P3168. 

birds, collected by Paul Bartsch, 
P1683; list of, P1679; Philippine 
and Palawan Islands, P1134. 

Bryozoa, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 9. 

Calcarina, Tirtoporus, and Baculo- 
^ypsina, relationships. Albatross, 
BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 6. 

Chaetognatha, report on, Albatross, 
BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 4. 

crabs, Goneplacidae, Albatross, 
P2067; Grapsidae and Ocypodi- 
dae. Albatross, P2044; Inachidae 
and Parthenopidae, Albatross, 
P213S. 

crinoids, Proisocrinus, Albatross, 
P1756; Recent, P1673; unstalked, 
P1798, 1849. 

crustaceans, euphausiacean. Alba- 
tross, P2129. 

diatoms, marine. Albatross, BlOO, 
vol. 6, pt. 1. 

Echinoidea, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 6, 
pt. 4; vol. 14, pt. 1. 

Eucalyptus, identification of species, 
P1327. 



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PHtuPPiNE Islands (continued), 
fishes, P2448. 

anacanthine, Albatross, P1924. 

Amia, Cheilodipteridae, Alba- 
tross, P1853. 

Amiidae, Chandidae, Duleidae, 
and Serranidae, BlOO, vol. 10. 

Banjosidae, Lethrinidae, Sparidae, 
Girellidae, Kyphosidae, Opleg- 
nathidae, Geriidae, Mullidae, 
Emmelichthyidae, Sciaenidae, 
Sillaginidae, Arripiaae, and 
Enoplosidae, Albatross, BlOO, 
vol. 12. 

Brotulidae and Carapidae, Alba- 
tross, PI 948. 

CalHonymidae, Albatross, P3106. 

Capriformes, Ephippiformes, and 
Squamipennes, Albatross, BlOO, 
vol. 8. 

Chaetodontidae, Albatross, P1822. 

Cheilodipteridae, Albatross, P1868. 

chimaerioid. Albatross, P1899. 

collected by Bashfoid Dean, Ne- 
gros, P1407. 

collected by E. A. Mearns, P1491, 
1568. 

ElasmobranchJi, Holocephali, Isos- 
pondyii, and Ostarophysi, Alba- 
tross, BlOO, vol. 13. 

macrouroid. Albatross, BlOO, vol. 
1, pt. 7. 

new species obtained by Albatross, 
BlOO, vol. 14, pt. 2; P3032. 

pediculate. Albatross, P1896. 

Pomacentridae, Labridae, and Cal- 
lyodontidae, Albatross, BlOO, 
vol. 7. 

Pseudochroraidae, Lobotidae, Pem- 
pheridae, Priacanthidae, Lut- 
janidae, Pomadasyidae, and 
Teraponidae, Albatross, BlOO, 
vol. 11. 
flies, Cyrtidae, P2705; sapromyzid, 

P27S1; Sarcophaga, P2227. 
Foraminifera, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 

4; P17S9, 1898, 1973, 2172, 
frogs and gecko, new, P1397. 
Hydroida collected in the region, 

Albatross, BlOO, vol. 6, pt. 3. 
hydromedusae, siphonophores, and 

ctenophores, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 

1, pt. 5. 
Hymenoptera, P1387, 1413, 1416, 

1424, 1722, 1733. 
lizards, new, P1576, 1583, 1606, 1776. 
mammals, land, in National Mu- 
seum, P2028 ; new genera and spe- 
cies, P1402, 1757. 
medusae, Albatross, P1931. 
mollusks, Amphidromus, Albatross, 
BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 1. 

Cochlostyla, Mindoro Province, 
Albatross, BlOO, vol. 6, pt. 9. 

Cochlostyla rufoj^asier and Obba 
marmorata. Albatross, BlOO, vol. 
6, pt. 7. 



Philippine Islands, mollusks 
(Continued). 

Dimya, Albatross, P1983. 
land, new, P1705, 1993, 2272. 
Lima, giant species. Albatross, 

P1978. 
Luzon, P2848. 

Obba, Mindoro Province, Alba- 
tross, BlOO, vol. 6. pt. 8. 
Obba marmorata. Albatross, BlOO, 

vol. 6, pt. 7. 
Opisthoporus, Albatross, BlOO, toI. 

6, pt. 6. 
Planorbis, PI 5 12. 
Schistoloma, P2104. 
Vivipara, notes on, PI 518, 1709. 
ophiurans. Albatross, BlOO, vol. 5. 
Salpidae, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 2, 

pt. 1. 
Scyphomedusae, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 

1, pt. 3. 
shark, notidanoid, representing new 
family, Albatross, P1872; hemis- 
cylHid, with description of new 
species from China Sea, P1997; 
squaloid. Albatross, P1877. 
shipworms, Albatross, BlOO, vol. 2, 

pt. 5. 
sponges, fresh-water. Albatross, 
P1702; in National Museum, 
P1690; siliceous and horny, Alba- 
tross, BlOO, vol. 2, pt. 4. 
starfishes. Albatross, BlOO, vol. 3; 

PI 827, 1944, 2022. 
titmouse, elegant, Pardaliparus ele- 

gans, geographical forms, P2142. 
toads, new. Pi 578. 
turbellarians, polyclad, Albatross, 

BlOO, vol. 1, pt. 10, 
weapons and armor, primitive, in 

National Museum, B137. 
weevils, Eurhoptodes, new genus, 
P3100. 
Phillips, Barnet, ClO. 
Phillips, William Jeter, and Emery, 

Walter Titus, P2281. 
Phlox. (See under Plants.) 
Phoenix Islands, fishes collected by U.S.S. 

Bushnell Expedition, B180. 
Phyllopods. (See under Crustaceans.) 
Picado, C, terrestrial isopods collected in 

Costa Rica, Pi 954. 
Pierce, William Dwight, B66; P1604, 
1708. 1834, 1889, 1988, 2159, 2242, 2840. 
Pigeons. (See under Birds.) 
Pigs. (See under Mammals.) 
Pilsbry, Henry Augustus, B60, 93, 103, 

pt. 8; P1700, 1904, 2362, 2515, 2960. 
Pinchot South Seas Expedition, birds, 
P2876; fishes, P2906; Orthoptera, 
P2921. 
Pipefishes. (See under Fishes.) 
Piper, Charles Vancouver, CNHlO, pt. 
1; 11; 16, pt. 5 (1st to 4th arts.) ; 20, 
pts. 11, 14; 22, pts. 2, 9. 
Pipes and smoking customs among Amer- 
ican aborigines, R1897, pt. 2, No. 2. 



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PIPITS-PLANTS 



Pipits. (See under Birds.) 
Pirz, Anthonv, P226. 
Pittier, Henri, CNH12, pt. 2 (1st and 
2d arts.) pts. 4, 5; CNH13, pts. 4, 7, 
12; CNH18, pts. 2. 4, 5, 6; CNH20, 
pts. 2, 3, 12; CXH26, pt 1. 
Plants: 

aboriginal uses, B39j ; CNH7, No. 3. 

Acacia, new species of the Filicinac, 
CNH12, pt. 9 (10th art.). 

Acanthospermum, revision, CNH20, 
pt. 10 (1st art.). 

acorns, gallflies producing galls on, 
P2440. 

Adopogon, revision, CNH13, pt. 10, 
art. 4. 

Alabama, CNH6. 

Alaska, CNH13, pt. 3; P397, 772; 
Nushagak. P513; Yakutat Bav, 
CNH3, No. 6. 

Albatross collections. (See under Al- 
batross, plants.) 

Aldabra Island, P973. 

algae, collecting, B39b; Cumberland 
Sound, B15; Lithothamnieae, Ca- 
nal Zone, B103, pt. 1; marine, 
West Indies, CNH28, pt. 3. 

Allioniaceae, Central .\merican and 
Mexican, CNH13, pt. 11; United 
States, with notes on Mexican spe- 
cies, CNH12, pt. 8. 

Allocarya, CNH22, pt, 2. 

Alopecurus stejnegeri, Commander 
Islands, P620. 

America, tropical, CNH29, pt. 1; 
ferns, CNHlO, pt 7; 13, pt 1; 
16, pt, 2; 17, pts, 2. 4, 7; 24, pt 
2; phanerogams, CNH17, pt 5; 
18, pt 3; 20, pt 6. 

Andes, CNH26, pts. 8, 10. 

Anhalonium, revision, OCH3, No. 2. 

Annona, classification, CNH18, pt. 
1. 

Annona sericea and allies, CNH16, 
pt 10. 

Annonaceae (Raimondia), Colom- 
bian, CNH16, pt 5 (6th art.). 

Antennaria, revision, P1230. 

Anthoxanthum odoratum, notes on 
flowers, P910. 

Apetalae, western Texas, CNH2, 
No. 3. 

Apocynaceae, Tonduzia, Central 
American, CNH12, pt 2 (2d 
art). 

Aquilegia, North American, CNH20, 
pt 4. 

Aristida, North American, CNH22, 
pt. 7. 

Arizona, CNHl, No. 4 (1st and 2d 
arts.) ; 12, pt 9 (6th art.). 

Asia, Pterido