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SlMITHSOISriAN IISrSTITTTTIOlSr. 

UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 



BULLETIN 



UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

I ISTo. 4=7. 

THE FISHES 

OF 

NORTH AND MIDDLE AMERICA: 



A liKSCRIPTIVE CATAT-OGUR OF THE SPKCIES OF FISH-LIKE VEIiTEHUATES FOUND IN 
THE WATERS OF NORTH AMERICA, NORTH OF THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA. 



DAVID STARR JORDAN, Ph. D., 

PRESIDENT op TlIK LELAND STANFORD Jl'NIOR tTNIVERSITY AM> >>V THK 
CALIKORNIA ACADEMY OK SCIENCES, 



BARTON WARREN EVERMANN, Ph. D., 

ICHTHYOLOGIST OF THE UNITED STATES KISH COMMISSION. 



DSfARTMCWI Of ZIXMjDGY 



PARfa: IV, .^ .^ ^ ^_ ,^ 

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WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1900. 



QL 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. 

UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. 






The Fishes 



NORTH AND MIDDLE AMERICA 



A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE 



SPECIES OF FISH-LIKE VERTEBRATES FOUND IN THE 

WATERS OF NORTH AMERICA, NORTH OF 

THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA. 



DAVID STARR JORDAN, Ph. D., 

PRESIDENT OF THE LELAXD STANFORD JINIOR UNIVERSITY AND OF THE 
CALIFORNIA ACADEMV OF SCIENCES. 

AND 

BARTON WARREN EVERMANN, Ph. D., 

ICHTHYOLOGIST OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION. 



PAR' ^f^^^m Of zooLOGr 



WASHINGTON : L.I ijS >^ *\ /-< Y 

(NMENT I ' r 11 ri 1~ llf l« II 'IPI. 



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PR e: F"^^ ce: 



This volniiic is lourtli and last of a (li'scri])liv(^ cataloiriie of llu' fishes 
and lisli-HlvO vcrtcl mites of North and Middle Aiiierica. I'art I, Jlriivr/iinx- 
liimdlid.r to ]'ri(ic<iiilIii(J;r inclusive (pj). 1 to 1240), was itnblished C)ctol)or 
:-,, 1890; Part IT, Lulldiild.-r in CrjihalinivlJnd.-rmchM^We (pp.1241 to2!S:;), 
was pnl)lislie(l ()ct(il)er .'>, 1S!)S; J';!i't 111, ( 'iiI/Ioiii/diIiJh' to Oi/cocejilKilitJ.r. 
in<'lnsive, inclndiiin' also "Addenda," an " Artilicial Key to the Families 
of the Tine Fishes," a "(llossary of Teclniieal T(>rnis," anil an "Index" 
eoniplete for Farts I, II, and III (iiji. 21<s;')a to ol.''>()), was pnhlished Xoveiu- 
1)er2S, 18i)S; and I'art IV, tlie i>resent volume, ai)i)ears on June 20, 1900. 
Since the ](ul)lication of I'art 111, investiti'ations hy Di-. .Tordan, in Mex- 
ico, and by Fr. Fvenuanu, in Puerto Pico, have addeil Lireatly to our 
knowled.<j:e of llu'- lislies (if those r(>jj:ious, and have made it desirable to 
incorporate in the present volunu' still further addenda. 

Recent studies by Dr. (iiinther, of certain Finna'an types, show that 
some chanties in nomenclature are necessai'y, which are also included. 

David Stark Jordan. 
IVsKTov Warrkx Kvkr.mann. 
Lkland Stani'oiu) .IiMoi: t'MVicr.snv, 
Palo Alto, Santa Clat^a Cointy, ('ALn'op.xiA. 
Miirck IS, 1900. 

(Ill) 



A SYSTEMATIC ARRANGEMENT OF THE FISHES OF NORTH AND 
MIDDLE AMERICA. 



In these pages the authors exliibit. as clearly as the method will permit, their present 
views as to the genetic relations of the fishes and fish-like vertebrates of North and Middle 
America. This list is, in fact, a Table of Contents complete for the four volumes and 
corrected to include the Addenda (pp. 2745-2873 of Part III and pp. 3137-3197 of Parti V). 
From this Systematic Arrangement it is seen that the fish fauna of North and Middle 
America, as now understood by the present authors, embraces 3 classes, 30 orders, 225 
families, 1113 genera, 325 subgenera, 3263 species, and 133 subspecies. 

Page. 

CLASS LEPTOCARDII 2 

Order Amphioxi 2 

Family B ranchiostomidce 2 

Genus IJranchiostoma. Costa 3 

lanceolatum (Pallas) 3 

caribieuni, Sundevall , ;) 

califoruiense. Gill 4 

Genus Asymmetron, Andrews 4 

lucayanum, Andrews 4 

CLASS MARSIPOBRANCHII 4 

Order Hyperotreti 5 

Family He2)tatremidce 5 

Genus Polistotrema, Gill G 

stouti (Lockington) 6 

Family Myxin'dce 7 

Genus M/xine, Linnieus 7 

glutinosa, Linnwus 7 

Order Hyperoartii : . g 

Family Petromyzonidce g 

Genus Bathymyzon, Gill 9 

bairdii (Gill) 9 

Genus Petroray zon ( Artedi) Linnseus 9 

marinus, Linnwus 10 

unicolor (De Kay) 10 

Genus Ichthyomyzon, Girard 10 

concolor (Kirtland) 11 

castaueus, Girard H 

Genus Entosphenus, Gill U 

trideutatus (Gairdner) 12 

camtschaticus (Tilesius) 2745 

Genus Lampetra, Gray 12 

aurea (Bean) 13 

spadicea. Bean 13 

cibaria (Girard ; 13 

wilderi. Gage 13 

CLASS PISCES 14 

SUBCLASS SELACHII \ 15 

Order Diplospoxdyli 16 

Family Chlainydoselachidce 16 

Genus Chlamydoselachus, Garman 16 

auguiueus, Garmau 16 

V 



VI Systematic Arrayigement. 



CLASS PISCKS— Contiiiiie.l. Page. 

SUBCLASS SELACHII-Coutiuuid. 
Order Diplosi-onuvli— Continueil. 

Fain ill/ nexanchidie 17 

GeaiiB Xotorhyuchus, Ayres 17 

macnlatiiH, Ayres 17 

Genu8 IlfxaDcbiiK, Rafinesque 18 

t'orinuH. Jonlan it Gilbert 18 

griseiis (Gmelin) 19 

Ohder As tekospoxdyli 19 

Srm iHUER Proarthbi 19 

Fa in ill/ lleterodoiitidie 19 

Genus Gyropleiirodus, Gill 20 

fraiicisoi ((Jirard) 20 

qiiovi (Freininville) 21 

Sl'BORUEK GALEI 21 

Family Sci/lliorhinidai 22 

Genus Scylliorliiniis, Blainville 22 

l>rofni)doriim, Goodo & Bean 22 

Genus Catulus, Sniitli 23 

Subgenus Catulus 24 

xaniurus. Gilbert 24 

brunueus, Gilbert 24 

cephaluB. Gilbert 24 

retifer (Garnian) 25 

Subgenus Ceplialoscy Ilium, Gill 2S 

ufer. .Jordiin it Gilbert 25 

Fa in ill/ intjhi in ontoin idie 25 

Genus Ginglvniostonia, iliiller &. Henle 26 

eirratnni (Gmelin) 20 

Family I'nevdotriakida' 26 

Genus Pseudotriakis, Capello 27 

inicrodun, Capellu 27 

Fa in ill/ Galeidce 27 

Genus Musteius, Cuvier 28 

hi nulat us, Jordan & Gilbert 28 

eanis (Mitchill) 20 

Genus (taleus, Ualinesiiue -. 29 

dorsalis (Gill) 30 

Ciilllornicus (Gill) 30 

Genu.H Uliinotriacis, Gill 30 

benlei. Gill :il 

(ienus Triakis, Miiller vt Henle 31 

seniifaseiatum, Girard 31 

Genus Galeorbinus, IMainvillo 31 

zyopterus, Jordan A (liMiert 32 

(ienuH (Jaleocerdi), Miiller it llonlo 32 

tigrinuM, Miiller &. ITi-nle 32 

Genus I'rionui'e, Cantor 33 

glaiira ( I.innii'us) 3,1 

Genus Careliarliinus, Blainville 33 

Subgenus I'laty |>odiin, «lill 35 

ubHciirus (Le Sueur) 35 

idutyrhvnelius (Gilbert) . 36 

falril'iirmis (Bibron) 36 

acmnotus (I'oey) 36 

jierezi d'ocy) 36 



Systematic Arrangement. vir 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. I'age- 

SUBCLASS SELACHII— Continued. 
Order Asterospondyi.i— Continued. 
Suborder Gai.ei— Continued. 
Family Gaieidrt;— Continued. 

Genus Carcharliinus, Blainville— Continued. 
Subgenus Platypodon, Gill— Continued. 

remotus (Valenciennes) 3< 

henlei (Valenciennes) 37 

cerdale, Gilbert 2746 

Subgenus Carcbarhinus 37 

luilberti (Miiller & Heule) - 37 

lauiiella (Jordan & Gilbert) - 3 < 

lamia (Rafines(iue) 3S 

platyodou (Poey) 3i> 

fronto (Jordan & Gilbert) 31> 

nicaraguensis (Gill >.t Bransl'ord) -'& 

Subgenus Isogonipbodon, Gill •1'* 

fftbalorus (Jordan & Gilbert) -tO 

limbatus (Miiller & Henle) 40 

oxyrhynchus (Miiller & Henle) ^^ 

veiox, Gilbert 2747 

Genus Hypoprion, Miiller & Henle -41 

brevirostris, Poey - *'• 

signatus, Poey ^^ 

Genus Aprionodou, Gill "*- 

isodon (Miiller &. Henle) ^'- 

Genus Scoliodon, Miiller & Henle ^2 

. longurio (Jordan Sc Gilbert) 42 

terras-novfB (Richardson) 43 

Family Sphyrnidce - 43 

Genus Sphyrna, Raflnesque 43 

Subgenus Reniceps, Gill 44 

tiburo (Linnaeus) • 44 

Subgenus Platysqualus, Swamson 44 

tudes (Cuvier) 44 

Subgenus Sphyrna 4a 

zygsena (Linnieus) 45 

Family Alopiidce 45 

Genus Alopias, Raflnesque 4» 

vulpes (Gmeliu) 45 

Family Carchariidce 4G 

Genus Carcharias, Rafineaquo 46 

■ Subgenus Eugomphodus, Gill 46 

littoralis (Mitchill) 46 

Family Lainnidce 4 < 

Genus Tsurus, Raflnesque 47 

Subgenus Isuropsis, Gill 4S 

dekayi (Gill) 1 . . - 48 

Subgenus Isurus 4t> 

oxyrhynchus, Raflnesque 48 

Genus Lamna, Cuvier 4'.> 

cornubica (Gmelin) 4i> 

Genus Carcharodon, Smith ■ •'^ 

carcharias (Linnanis) ^^ 

Family Cetorhin idee ^" 

Genus Cetorhiuus, Blainville ^^ 

maximus (Gunner) ^^ 



VIII Systematic Arrangement. 

CLASS PISCES— Contimiid. Pa;;e. 

SriJCLASS SKLACini-Continutd. 
Ordek Astehosponuyli— Continued. 
SfBoRUER Galei— Continued. 

Family l{liinoilonlid(e 52 

Oenus MicriHtodns Gill ',2 

]iunctatus, Gill 52 

Okdeii Cv'I.ospondyli 52 

Suiii »KDEH C V<-U)SP<J.NUVLI 53 

Family .S'junlidfv 53 

Genus Sqiialus (Artedi) Linnicus 53 

arnntliias, Linna-ue 54 

Bucklii (Girard) 54 

< lenus Centro8cyninus. Bocage &. Capello 54 

cd-lolepis, IJocage &. Capello 55 

Genua Etniopterus, Ratinesque 55 

pusillus (Lowe) 55 

Genus Centroacylliuni, Miiller & Henle 56 

fabricii ( Keinliardt) 56 

Family Dalntiidce 56 

Genus Souiniosua, Le Sueur 56 

inicroceplialus (Hloch) 57 

Family Echinorhinidce 57 

Genus Ecliinorhinus, Blainville 57 

spinosus (Gnielin* 58 

SlHOK DEK TEf TOSPOXDyi-1 58 

Family S'juaHnidce 58 

Genus Squatina, Dunieril 58 

squatina (Linnscus) 58 

< )RDKR U ATOIDEI 59 

SfHORDER SaUCURA 60 

Favi ily I'rifitida; 60 

Genus I'ristis, Latham 60 

zepbvreus, Jordan &. Starks 60 ; 2749 

pi-ctinatus. Latham CO 

Family li'hlnnbatidit' 61 

Genus Kliinobatus, Bloch &. Schneider 61 

lent iginusus. Garman 62 

stellio, Jordan Sc Ratter 2750 

glaucostiguia, Jordan ifc Gilbert 62 

leucorhynchus, Gunther 62 

productus. Ayres 63 

percellens ( AValbaum) 63 

H)>in<i8us, Giinther 63 

l)lanirfj)s. Garman 64 

Genus Zapteryx, Jordan Ac Gilbert 64 

exasi)eratus (.Jordan A. Gilbert) 64 

xyster, Jordan A: Evermanu 65 

Genus IMatyrhiniiidis, Garman 65 

triseriatus (Jordan Si Gilbert) 65 

Fa m ily Rajidce 66 

CJenus Uaja (Artedi) Linn.-eus 66 

erinacea, Mit<liill 68 

oeellata, M iteliill 68 

fylln-, Liit ken 69 

radiata, Donovan 69 

plutonin, Garman 69 

ackleyi, Garman 70 

omata, tiarman 70 



Systematic Arrangement. ix 

CLASS PISCES-Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS SELACHII— Coutiimed. 
Order Batoidei— Coutinued. 
Suborder Sarcura— Contiuued. 
Family Rajidce — Continued. 

Genus Itaja (Artedi) Linnjeus — Continued. 

eglanteria, Bosc 71 

senta, Garman 7i 

l»vis (Mitcbill) 71 

rbina, Jordan & Gilbert 72 

binoculata, Girard 72 

inornata, Jordan & Gilbert 73 

equatorialis, Jordan & Bollniau 74 

ro.si.spinis. Gill it Towusend "2751 

interrupta, Gill & Towusend 2751 

parniifera, Bean 74 

stellulata, Jordan & Gilbert 75 

aleutica, ( jilbert 75 

tracliura. Gilbert 75 

aby.ssicola, Gilbert 76 

Family Karcobatidce 70 

Genus Tetronarce, Gill 77 

occidentalis (Storer) 77 

califoruica (Ayres) 77 

Genus Narcine, Henle ■' 78 

brasiliensis (Oilers) 78 

euteuiedor, Jordan & Starks 2752 

Genus Di-scopj-ge, Tscbudi 78 

ommata, Jordan >t Gilbert 78 

Suborder Masticura 79 

Family Datsyatidce 7i» 

Genus Urolophus, Miiller & Henle 79 

balleri, Cooper 80 

nebulosus, Garmau 80 

umbrifer, Jordan & Starks 2752 

jamaicensis (Cuvier) 81 

mundus (Gill) 81 ; 2752 

goodei, Jordan & BoUman 81 

aspiduru.s, Jordan & Gilbert 81 

rogersi, Jordan & Starks 2752 

Genus Dasyatis, Ratiuesfjue 82 

Subgenus Hemitrj"gou, Miiller & Henle 83 

centr ura ( Mitcbill) 83 

Subgenus Dasyatis 83 

hastata (De Kay) 83 

gyninura (Miiller) 84 

sabina ( Le Sueur) 84 

longa, Garmau 85 

dipterura, Jordan & Gilbert 85 

say (Le Sueur) 86 

Genus Pteroplatea, Miiller & Henle 86 

maclura (Le Sueur) 86 

crebripunctata, Peters 87 

niarniorata, Cooper 87 

rava, Jordan >.t Starks 2754 

Family Myliobatidce 87 

Genus Aetobatus, Blaiuville 88 

nariuari (Euphrasen) 88 



X Systematic Arrangement. 

CLASS PISCES— Continneii. Page. 

SUBCLASS SELACmi-Contiuiud. 
Order ISatoidei— Continued. 
Si'BOhDER Masticvra— Contimietl. 
Fainilii J/i/?i<>6a/iV/rt'— Continued. 

(Jeuns Mylioliati.s. Duiueril 89 

SubfiPims iMyliobatis 89 

freniinvillei. Le Sueiir 89 

Subgenus Holorliinus, Gill 89 

oalil'oruirus. Gill 89 

a8perriuni8, Gilbert 2754 

goodei. (Jariuan 27^5 

Genu.s ]thino])tera, Kuhl 90 

Subgenu.s IMiinoptera 9U 

bonasus (Mitchill) 90 

steindacliueri, Evermann 6c Jenkins 91 

Subgenus Micromesus, Gill 01 

eusenadiT', Rosa Smith 91 

Fatnily Aodontidcn 91; 2756 

Genus Aodon, Lac6pede 91 

hypnstonius (Bancroft) 92 

Genus Ceratobatis, Boulcnger 2756 

robtTtsii, Boulenger 2756 

Genus ilanta, Bancroft 92 

birostris (Walbaum) 92 

SUBCLASS HOLOCKPHALI 93 

( >RDER Chi.m.^croidei 9:} 

Family Chimferidce 93 

Genus Chiniiera. Linnn-us 94 

monstrosa, Linna'us 94 

affini.s, Capello 95 

Genus Hydrolagus, Gill 95 

coUici (Lay ilt Bennett) 95 

Genus Harriotta, Goode Sc Bean 96 

raleighana, Goode Jc Bean 90 

SUBCLASS TELEOSIOMI 97 

Series Ganoidei lOo 

Cliondroganoidea 100 

< )RDER SELA< HOSTO.MI 100 

Fa mill/ roli/odoiilidce 101 

Genus Polyodon, Lacepi-de 101 

spatbula ( Walbaum) 101 

Order Chondhostei 102 

Family Aeip(')i»crid(e 102 

Genus Acipeuser, Linn.eus 103 

tran.stnontanus, Richardson 104 

niedirostris, Ay res 104 

sturio, LiiiUiiMis 105 

rubicundus, Le Sueur 106 

lirevirostruiii, Le Sueur 106 

Genus Scapliirhy uclms, Ucckel 107 

platorynclius (Ratinesiiue) 107 

H(do!<tei 107 

f )K1 lE IC Km iMB< Hi ANCiIDEA 108 

Family Lepitnati-idte 108 

( ; enu8 Lepisostuus, Lncep^ue 109 

Subgenus Lepisosteus 109 

osseus (LinnieuB) 109 



Systematic Arrangeme7it. xi 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Rhomboganoidea — Continued. 
Family Lepisosteidce — Continued. 

Genus Lepisosteus, Lac^pede— Continued. 

Subgenus (!!ylindroste>is, Rafinesque 110 

platostomus, Rafinesque 110 

Subgenus Atractosteus, Ratinesque Ill 

tristtechus (Bloch &. Schneider) Ill 

tropicus (Gill) Ill 

Order Cycloganoidea Ill 

Family Amiidce 112 

Genus Amia, Linnreus 112 

calva, Linnteus 113 

Series Teleostei 113 

Ostariophysi 114 

Order Nematognathi 114 

Family Siliiridce 115 

Genus Felichthys, Swainson 116 

panaraensis (Gill) IIV 

bagre (Linnaeus) 117 

piunimaculatus (Steindacbner) 117 

eydouxii (Ouvier & Valenciennes) 118 

tilamentosus, Swainson 118 

felis ( Linnseus) 118 ; 3197 

bahiensis (Castelnau) 118 

Genus Galeichthys, Cuvier & Valenciennes 122; 2770 

Subgenus Galeichtbys 2771 

lentiginosus (Eigenmann & Eigenmann) 122; 2771 

peruanus, Liitken 122; 2771 

Subgenus Hexanematichthys, Bleeker 128 ; 2772 

milberti (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 128 ; 3197 

seenianni (Giinther) 128 ; 2772 

gilberti, Jordan Sc "Williams 2773 

jordani (Eigenmann & Eigenmann) 128; 2774 

azureus, Jordan &. Williams 2775 

cierulescens (Giinther) 129 ; 2776 

xenauchen, Gilbert 2777 

guatemalensis (Giinther) 129; 2778 

surinamensis (Bleeker) 129; 2780 

dasycephalus (Giinther) 130; 2780 

longicephalus (Eigenmann & Eigenmann) 130; 2781 

rugispinis (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 130; 2781 

labiaius (Boulenger) 3137 

phrygiatus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 130 ; 2782 

Genus Sciadeichthj-s, Bleeker ; 122 

troscheli (Gill) 122 

emphysetus (Miiller & Troschel) 122 

temminckianus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 122 

flavescens (Cuvier & ^^alencit'unes) 123 

mesops (Cuvier it Valenciennes) 123 

proops (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 123 

passany (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 124 

albicans (Cuvier & Valenciennes) , 124 

Genus Aspistor, Jordan &. Evermann 2763 

luniscutis (Cuvier Sc Valenciennes) 125 ; 2763 

Genus Selenaspis, Bleeker 124 

herzbergii (Bloch) 124 



XII Systematic Arrayigemejit. 



CLASS PISCES-Continuid. p 

SUBCLASS TELKOSTOMI-Continued. *^^' 

Order NKMATonNATm— Continued. 
Fa III ill/ >Sil II riilie — Cent i u ued . 

Genus Selenasj)!*, Bleeker— Continued. 

dowl (f ;ill ) J ^^ 

].arkcri(Trjiill) ""'.'" 125: 2764 

Genus Xetunia, lUeeker jog. ',-,u 

Subgenus Kotarius, Gill " o--, 

,. . , i/64 

f.'randicaH.si8 (Cu vier & Valenciennes) 126 • 2764 

stricticas.si.s (Cuvier i Valenciennes) jog' 2765 

Sulij^euuH Xetuiua ' nyes 

diibia (Bleeker) m-. 2705 

kessleri (Steiudaclmer) jo;! o-p- 

insculpta (Jordan .S: Gilbert) ]^ joy' l'-^~ 

lilani(<i..s (Steiudachner) j2-. oygg 

idafypo^fon (Giiuther) j9-.' gygy 

o.scula (Jordan A: Gilbert) lo- o-^o 

, _ , i^i:J<DB 

elattiira (Jordan ct Gilbert) J28 2769 

insularum, Flora Hartley Greene ' 9770 

Genus Ta'hy8uru.s, Lac6p6de ..."!""'.". 131'. 278" 

nuchalis (Giinther) ' ' jgj' ^-g^ 

lissus (Cuvier A; Valenciennes) J3j! 0780 

spixii (Aga.ssiz) ^''y. 131- 278^! 

inelanopn.s (Giinther) " jj, ! .i-gj 

festa', Uouleiiger " TllS 

lirojms, Susan B.Bristol 2784 

eiiinielane, Gilbert ..-oc 

fiirtbii (Steindacbner) jjj' 0737 

variol<)su.s (Cuvier & Valenciennes) J30! 2788 

niultiradiatus (Giinther) 130^ ^SS 

Genus Catliorops, Jordan & Gilbert ........133- •>78g 

hypophthaliniis (Steindaihner) I33! 0789 

Rulosus (Eigenmanu &i Eigenniann) _''_ ' "J33 

Genus Ictaluru.s, Ratinesque 133- '>788 

furcatus (Le Sueur) " jg^ ' ijlgg 

aiiguilla. Evenuann i Kendall ....!.....'..... 2788 

p.inctatus (Ualiiiesque) ".."'ri.34" '>788 

meridionalis (Giinther) "13-, 

Gennslstlariu.s, Jordan & Snyder ...\..].[. 3138 

balsanus, Jordan ct Snyder ....'. snft 

Genus Anieiurus. Kafiuesque .' 

Subp-nus Ilaustor, Jordan & Evermanu " ... 137 3197 

laeustris (Walbauni) 13- 

lupiis (Girard) ' 

catus ( Liuna-us) j ' 

pri.ei(Hutter) [[ ^^ 

'^"«'"^ """"•:■•■ ":":::::::']38;278!. 

okecchobeiMisis (Heilpriu ) j^a 

Subgenus .Viiiriurus ' 

erebennus. Jordan ,' 

natalis ( Le Sueur) ' 

V uljjaris (ThonlI•^^<lIl) 

nebuloHUH ( I^. Sueur) ' " " " 

• atiilus ((Jirard) 

inarnioratus (Holbrook) .!!!"."..."! 141 

luelas (Uatlnesiiiie) 

phitycoiilialu..t (Girard) 140 



Systematic Arrangement. XIII 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. I'age. 

SUBCLASS TEL EOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Nematognathi— Continued. 
Family Siluridce — Continued. 

Genus Ameiurus, Eafinesque— Continued. 

Subgenus Gronias, Cope l-t2 

nigrilabris (Cope) 1*2 

Genus Leptops, Eafinesque 1*2 

olivaris (Eafinesque) 1*3 

Genus Noturus, Eafinesque 1*3 

flavus, Eafinesque 1** 

Genus Scliilbeodes, Bleeker 1 ** 

Subgenus Schilbeodes 1*6 

gyrinus (Mitchill) 1*6 

leptacanthus (Jordan) 1*6 

Subgenus Eabida, Jordan & Evermann 1*0 

nocturnus (Jordan ^.V: Gilbert) 1*0 

funebris (Gilbert ..t Swain) 1*" 

exilis (Nelson) 1*'' 

insignia (Eichardson) 1*7 

gilberti (Jordan &, Evermann) 1*8 

eleutherus (Jordan) 1*8 

miurus (Jordan) 1*8 

furiosus (Jordan & Meek) 1*'J 

Genus Ebamdia, Bleaker 1*9 

Subgenus Ebamdia 150 

wagneri (Giintber) 150 

Subgenus Ebamdella, Eigenmann &. Eigenmann 151 

baronis-mulleri (Troscbel) 151 

motaguensis (Giintber) 151 

bracbyptera (Cope) 151 

salvini (Giintber) 152 

bypselurus (Giintber) 152 

laticauda (Heckel) 152 

godmani (Giintber) 152 

guatemalensis (Giintber) 152 

nicaragucnsis (Giintber) 152 

microptera (Giintber) 153 

managuensi.s (Giintber) 153 

polycaulus (Giintber) 153 

petenensis (Giintber) 153 

parryi (Eigenmann) 153 

Genus Pimelodella, Eigemnann & Eigenmann 153 

chagresi (Steindacbner) 154 

modesta (Giintber) 154 

Genus Pimelodus, Lacepede 154 

maculatus, Lac6p6de 155 

Family Loricariidce 155 

Genus Loricaria, Liuna'us 156 

Subgenus Hemiodon, Kner 157 

panainensis, Eigenmann .!c Eigenmann 157 

Subgenus Sturisoma, Swainson 157 

rostrata, Si)ix 157 

Subgenus Eineloricaria, Bleeker 158 

lima, Kner 158 

brauslordi. Gill 158 

Subgenus ParabemioJon, Bleeker 158 

uracantha, Ejier & Steindacbner 158 



XIV Svstcniaiic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— r«iitiiiii.-.l. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELKOSTOMI— Coiitiniiea. 
Okdeb Nematogxathi— Coutiniied. 
Family Lorieariidcp — ContiiiueU. 

Geniiit Lori<-ariu, Liuna-us — Continiie<L 

Siili};i-niis Loricaria 159 

variegata, Steiudaoliuer lo9 

Geutia IIciniaiiciHtrii!^, ISlecker 1 59 

guacbarotc (Ciivier &. Valencicunes) 159 

afipi(loU>]>i8 (Giiiitber) 159 

Genus Chii-tostoiiius, Kner 160 

flsclu-ri. Stvimlachner 160 

Genus Ancistrus, Kner 160 

chagresi, Eigeumann Sc Eigeniuann 160 

ClBDEK PLECTOSPONDYLI 160 

Sl'BOBrjEH EVEXTf HiNATIII 151 

Family Catottomidcp ICl 

Genus Ictiobus, Rafinesrino 163 

Subgenus ScliTognathus, Cuvier <fc Valenciennes 163 

cyprinolla (Cuvier i Valenciennes) 1 63 

Subgenus letiobus 164 

iirus (Agassiz) ItU 

iiiiTidiiiualis (Giinther) ]64 

biibalus (Katiiies(iue) IO4 

Genus Carpiodcs, Kafinesque lOo 

farjiio (Uatincsijue) 106 

ditVoniiis, Cojie 166 

thoinpsoni, Agassiz 167 

vi-lifer ( lUtiursquc) 167 

cyiiriuus ( Li- Sueur) 188 

Genus I'ycleptus, Kaflnesque 168 

elougatus (Le Sueur) 168 

Genus Paiitusteus, Cope 169 

arizuua-, Gilbert 170 

generosus ((Jirard) 170 

jdebtiuH (Baird i Girard) 170 

delpliiiius (Cope) 17] 

gu/.nianicnsin ((iirard) 171 

jordaiii, Everriiaiiu 171 

ani-opus (Jurdaii) 172 

flarki (Haird A: Girard) 172 

Genus Cat4)stiinius, Le Sueur 173 

Subgenus Catostomus 174 

bilii»iniii», Baird Si Girard 174; 2790 

discobolus, Cope 175 . 2791 

griseus (Girard) 175 

r<'tni]iinnis, Jordan 2791 

jiocatellii. (lill)ert \; Evermann 175 

ciitoNtoiuuM (Forster) 176 

riuiicuhis, (iilbert A: Snyder 2792 

onyderi, G ilbert 2792 

tahoeiisis. Gill A; .Ionian 177 

Subgenus Deiaet y Ills. Balinesque 177 

o<cidtnUillM, Ayres 178; 2792 

tHilte<Mi>«cnHis, Kvi-rninnn A; Meek 2793 

bvrnnrdini, Girard 178 

niai-roi'heilus, Girard 178 

toiuiuerHouii. L»o<pt^do 178 

aniens, Jordan \ Gilbert 170 



Systematic Arrangement. 



XV 



CLASS PISCES— Contiuued. P-'»g' • 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectospondyli— Continued. 
Suborder Eventognathi— Continued. 
Familjj Catostoviidce—Conthmed. 

Genus Catostoum.s, Le Sueur— Continued. 
Subgenu.s Decactylus, Kafinesque— Contiuued. 

gila, Kirsch ^^^ 

insignis, Baird & Girard 180 

Subgenus Hypenteliuiu, Rafinesque 181 

nigricans, Lo Sueur 181 

rliotlia'cus, Thoburn 181 

Genus Deltistes, Scale 2794 

luxatus (Cope) 183;. 2.94 

Genus Chasniistes 182 

fecundus (Cope & Yarrow) 180; 2794 

liorus, Jordau 183 

cujus, Cope 183 

brevirostris, Cope 183 

stomlas, Gilbert 2 1 94 

copei, Evermanu & Meek 2(95 

Genus Xyraucben, Eigeniuann & Kirseli 184 

cypbo (Lockington) 181 

uncomiialigre, Jordan & Evermanu 184 

Genus Eriniyzon, Jordan 185 

sucetta (Lacepede) 185 

oblongus (Mitchill) 186 

Genus Miny treina, Jordau 186 

luelauops ( Rafinesque) 187 

Genus Moxostonia, Rafinesque 187 

papillosum (Cope) 189 

anisurum (Rafinesque) 190 

oollapsum (Cope) 190 

buceo (Cope) l^n 

l)idien8e (Cope) 191 

coregouus (Cope) 191 

album (Cope) 191 

tbalassiuum (Cope) 191 

eongestum (Baird & Girard) 192 

austriuum, Bean 19- 

aureolum ( Le Sueur) 19- 

robustum (Cope) 193 

macr<dei)idotum (Le Sueur) 193 

crassilabre (Cope) 194 

lesueuri (Ricbardson) 194 

breviceps (Cope) 196 

conus (Cope) 196 

pwciluruni (Jordan) 196 

rupiscartes, Jordan it Jenkius 196 

cerviuum (Cope) 197 

Genus Placopbarynx, Cope 197 

duqiu^snii (Lii Sueur) 198 

Genus Lagoebila, Jordau & Brayton 198 

lacera, Jordau &. Brayton 199 

Faviily Ci/prinida' 199 

Genus Campostoma, Agussiz 204 

ornatum, Girard 205: 2*96 

anomalum (Rafinesciue) 205 

formosulum. G iraid -96 



X\'I Systematic Arrangemait. 

CLASS PISCES— rontiiiiuMl. I>a;.e. 

SUBCLASS TKLKoSTOMI-ConiinueiL 
Order I'lei tosi'dxhyli— Contimail. 

SrnoHDEK EVENTCHiNATIlI— Coiltimuil. 

Family Cj/7<rinu/af— Contiimed. 

fJiMius OrthcMlon, (lirard j06 

luicrolcpidotiiH (Ayres) 207 

OenuH Oxyfieneuiii, Forbes 207 

pulverulent mil, Forbes 207 

(ieoiis Acriiciieiliis. Agassi/. 207 

ulutaceus. Af;a8siz k. Pickering 208 

Genus Laviiiia, Oiranl 208 

exilieauda, Baird ifc (iirard 209 

Genas Cliro8(»niii8, Ualinesque 209 

erythrogaster, KaKnesque 209 

eo8 (Cope) 210 

4lakoteu8iH. Evemianu it Cox 210 

oreas, Cope 211 

Genus Algansea, Girard 211 

tincella (Cuvier &. Valenciennes) 211 

laeustris, Steiudacbner 3140 

taraMcoruni, Steiudacbuer 079(5 

diigesi. Bean 211 

sallai (Giintlier) 212 

Genus Hy bognat bus, Agassiz 212 

Subgenus HybognatbuH 213 

nucbalis, Agassiz 213 

argyritis, tlirard 214 

hay i, Jordan oj^ 

Subgenus Dionda, Girard 214 

Serena (Girard) oj^ 

episeo])a (Girard) 014 

nubila (Forbes) 215 

aniara ((Jirard) 215 

luelanops (Girard) oi(j 

pliinibea (Ciirard) 216 

(Jenns l'iiiie]>liales, Rafinesquo 216 

proiiu'la-*, natini'sque 217 

iiiaculosuM ((Jirard) 217 

cont'ertus ((i irard) 217 

nolatus (Uafluesiiue) o^j^ 

Genus M.\ lopbarodon, >\yres ojg 

conoce]iluiluH (Baird »t (jirard) 213 

Genus Myloclieilus, Agassiz ojg 

eaurinus ( Kicliardson) 219 

Genus Sly|iodon, (ianuan o-i,) 

slgnilt r, Ganiian 220 

Genus Seiiiotihiw. IJalliiesiiuo 220 

Subgenus I.euciisouius. Heekel 221 

coriMiralis (Mitebill) 021 

Siibgen us Seiuoi ilus 2">» 

at riiniaru lulus (Miu-hell) 22'' 

tbiireaiiianus (Jordan) 2^*3 

(ienuH Pci^oiiirblbys, Girard 003 

inaerob 'pjilolus (Ay res) 2*'3 

GoniiM PlyeJKK beilns, Agassiz ._..i4 

oreKnnensis (Uichardson) 2^4 

grand is (.\> res) 225- 27'.K? 

lurlu". (iirard ' 005 



Systc})iatic Arrangement. xvii 



CLASS PISCES-Contiimed. p 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Plectospondyli -Contiuuert. 
Suborder Eventogxathi— Continued. 
Family Cyprinidce—Contimied. 

Genus Gila, Baird & Girard 226 

elegans, Baird & Girard 220 

robusta, Baird & Girard 227 

seminuda, Cope & Yarrow 2''8 

Genus Leuciscus, Cuvier 2'')* 

Subgenus Sibonia, Girard 231 

crassicauda (Baird &. Girard) 231 

Subgenus Tigoma, Girard 231 

conforuiis (Baird & Girard) 231 

bicolor (Girard) 232 

liueatus (Girard) 23'^ 

nigreseens (Girard) 233 

jnirpureus (Girard) 234 

intermedius (Girard) 235 

niger (Cope) 03.3 

alicire ( Jouy) 236 

Subgenus Cheonda, Girard 230 

cooperi (Girard) 236 

liumboldtl f Girard) 236 

egregiiis (Girard) 237 

liydrophlox (Cope) 238 

Subgenus Eichardsonius, Girard 238 

balteatus (Kichardson) 238 

sinslawi, Evermann & Meek 2797 

Subgenus Clinostomus, Girard 239 

vandoisuliis, Cuvier &, Valenciennes 239 

elongatus (Kirtland) 240 

nachtriebi, Cox 0793 

Subgenus Phoxinus, Raflnesque 240 

neogffius (Cope) 240 

margarita (Cope) 241 

orcutti (Eigenmann & Eigenmann) 241 

Subgenus Hemitremia, Cope 242 

milnerianns (Cope) 040 

flammeus (Jordan & Gilbert) 242 

Subgenus lotichtbys, Jordan >.t Evermann 243 

phlegetbontis (Cope) 243 

Genua Rutilus, Ratinesque 243 

olivaceus (Cope) 244 

bicolor (Girard) 044 

synimetricus (Baird &, Girard) 245 

boucardi (Giinther ) 247 

Genus Opsopceodus, Hay 247 

Subgenus Opsoprpodus 248 

osculus, PJvermanu 248 

eniiliie. Hay <>4g 

niegalops (Forbes) 248 

Subgenus Opsopo'a, Jordan .t Evermann 249 

boUmani, Gilbert 249 

Genus Abramis, Cuvier 249 

Subgenus Xoteuiigonus, Ratinesque 25o 

crysoleucas ( M itchill) 250 

bosei (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 251 

gardoneus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 251 

Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 II 



xvin Systematic Arrangement. 

CLASS PISCES-Conliniio.l. Page 

Sl'BrLASS TKLKOSTOMI— ContinufMl. 
Order I'i.ECTDsroNDYr.i— Continued. 

SniOHDER PI VE.VTO( iN ATM I — Con t i tl lied. 
Famihj (^'j/;*rinidrp— Coiitiuui-d. 

Genus Cixhlognatliiis, Baird A; Girard 251 

oruata. Haird iV Giranl 252 

Idgiit lata, Coin 252 

GeniiH Cliola, Girard 252 

vigilax (Baird .& Girard) 253 

onaitliii, Evfrninnn .t Cox 2.">3 

GfiitiH Xotropis, Ratinesque 254 

Sultgi-niis A ztfcula. Jordan \ K verniann 258 ; 2799 

a/.to<'U8, Woolman 528 

SiiligenusChriopi-, .lordan 258 

liifrenatiis (Coi)e) 2.")8 

Jordani, Kigeuniann it Eigenuianu 259 

maculatiis (Flay) 259 

anogt'nus, Forties 259 

rayuga, Me.k. 200 

atrocaudalis, Evernianu 260 

liiterodon (Copej 261 

(aliiiitiii, Jordan i Snyder •fl97 

iiuiskokn, Meek 3141 

velaka, Kvrrniaiin A: Kendall 2799 

Subgenus Albiirnoiis, Girard 261 

fretensis (Cojie) 261 

Idcnnius (Girard) 261 

\)U.lianani, Meek 2800 

sabina-. Jordan \ Gilbert 262 

voluceilus (Cope I 263 

srylla (Copi) 263 

](ro<-iM' (Cope) 264 

raiX'onis, Jordan &. Snyder 3141 

nigroticniatus ((Jiinther) 264 

kanawiia, Jonlan &, Jenkins '-64 

braytoiii, Jordan & Everninnn "-64 

gpertruiK-ulus (Cope) 265 

ozarianus, Meek 265 

I'hihuahua, Woolman 265 

topeka, Gilbert 266 

Subgein\!* lliidsoniu-. Girard 266 

gilbert i, Jordan A: iltek 266 

piptoli-pi.s (Cope) 266 

Hinni.s ((Jope) 267 

longiroMtri.s (Hay) 267 

nux. Evennaun 267 

niM oniLs, Evennann 268 

nliuinardi ((iirard) 268 

illect-brosus (<;irar.l) 268 

lunNoiiiu.-^ (De Witt Clinton) 269 

Hclene (Jordani 269 

aiuaruH (( iirard) 270 

HuludanuH (Jordan k. Urayton) 270 

SubgeniiHCiMlonia, Girard 270 

ornat iih (( J irard) 270 

Subgenun Moiiiana, Girard 271 

forinoHUH (Girar«I) 271 

frigidus (( ; Irard) 271 



Systematic Arrangenie7it. Xix 

CLASS PISCES-Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectospondyli— Continued. 
Suborder Eventognathi— Continued. 
Family C'(/^;WnifZ«'— Continued. 

Genus Notropis, Rafinesque— Continued. 

Subgenus Moniana, Girard— Continued. 

lutrensis (Baird i Girard) 271 

proserpina (Girard) 272 

callisema (Jordan ) 272 

Subgenus Cyprinella, G irard 273 

bubalinu.s (Baird & Giiard) 273 

ludibundus (Girard) 273 

macrostomus (Girard) 274 

texanua (Girard) 274 

notatus (Girard) 274 

venustus (Girard) 274 

cercostigma (Cope) 27.'> 

stigraaturus (Jordan) 275 

tricbroistius (Jordan & Gilbert) 275 

callistius (Jordan) 276 

eurystomus (Jordan) 276 

' Cieruleus (Jordan) 277 

niveus (Cope) 277 

cbloristiu.s (Jordan ifc Brayton) 278 

wbipplii (Girard) 278 

analostauus (Girard) 279 

galacturus (Cope) 279 

camurus (Jordan &, Meek) 279 

Xienurus (Jordan) 280 

hypselopterus (Giintber) 280 

pyrrbomelas (Cope) 280 

garmani, Jordan 281 

Subgenus Luxilus, Eafinesque 281 

coruutus (Mitcbill) 281 

frontalis (Agassiz) 283 

cyaneus (Cope) 283 

cerasinus (Cope) 283 

albeolus (Jordan) 283 

lacertosus (Cope) 284 

Subgenus Hydroplilox, Jordan 284 

macdonaldi, Jordan >.t Jenkins 284 

coccogenis (Cope) 284 

zonatus ( Agassiz) 28.'i 

zonistius (Jordan) 285 

rubricroci'us (Cope) 286 

chlorocepliahis (Cope) 286 

lutipinnis (Jordan & Brayton) 28t> 

chaniberlaini, Everiuann 280ii 

chiliticus (Cope) ., 287 

altipinnis (Cope) 287 

rosens (Jordan ) 287 

chalyba'us (Cope) 288 

cbrosouius (Jordan) 288 

xivnocepbalns (.Jordan) 289 

Subgenus Oniila. Jordan &. Everniann 289; 3140 

orca, "Woohuau 289 

Subgenus Xotropis 290 

ariommus (Cope) 290 



XX Systematic Arrangement. 



(LASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

sriW'LASS TELEOSTDM I— Continued. 
< iKKER I'LE<T<i>i'u.\iiYi.i— Continued. 
SnioKiJEK EvE.VTi iiJ.N'ATHi — Continued. 
Famihj Cj/z/rinii/**-— Coutinui-il. 

(ieuus I»"troiii«, Ratinesque — Continued. 
Sul);ienus Xotrojiis— Continued. 

scabriceps (Cope) 290 

jejunus (Forbes) 290 

.Hwaini. Jordan 290 

aninbilis (( i irard) 291 

lenciodus (Cope) 291 

telescoi>us (Cope) 292 

arcansanus, Meek 292 

socins ((liranl) 292 

noteniij;on()ide.s, Evermann 292 

stilbius. Jordan 293 

atlierinoides, Ilafinesque 293 

arge (Cope) 294 

dilectus (Girard) 294 

louisiauie. Evermann 2801 

fuineus, Evermann 294 

rubrifrons (Coi)e) 295 

]ib()t<>):eni8 (Cojie) 295 

amii-nus (.\bbott) 296 

scepticus (Jordan & Gilbert) 296 

micropteryx (Cope) 296 

mftallicus, Jordan it Meek 297 

.Subgenus Ly thrums, Jordan 297 

b.Uus (Uay) 297 

lirns (Jordan) 297 

roseijiinnis, Hay 298 

uiiibratilis (Girard) 298 

uiiibrat ilis (Girard ) 299 

atriites (Jordan) 300 

lytbrurus (Jordan) 300 

<-yanooei)balus (Copeland) 300 

ardens (Cope) 301 

fasciolaris, GiU>ert 301 

matulinus (Cojie) 301 

punctulatus (Hay) 301 

Genua Xywtnisu.s, Jordan it Snyder 3142 

|Mi|H>ch<-. Jordan it Snyder 3142 

(ienus Erirynibn, Cope 302 

biu-cata, Cojw 302 

( lenuH Phenarobius, Cope 302 

teret ulus, Cojie 303 

minibilix (Girard* 303 

Mcojiifer (Cope) 303 

uranops. Cope 304 

■ atootonms Jordan 304 

< ienuM Evarni. Woolninu 304 

elgennianni, Wooliiian 304 

GeniiH Fitlcula, Jonlaii it Snyder 3143 

('bii|>al'i-. Jordan iV Snyiler 3143 

GenuH TiaroKB. Girard 305 

cobitiH, Girard 305 

GenuH liLinicbtliys, AgaNniz 305 

rntara>'ta> (Cuvier it Valenciennes) 306 

dulcis (Giranh 306 



Systematic Arrangement. xxi 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectospondyli— Contiuued. 
ScBORDER EvENTOGNATHi— Continued. 
Family Cf/pri/udce— Continued. 

Genus Rhinichthy.s, Agassi z— Continued. 

simus, Garnian •'^"7 

atronasus (Mitchill) '^O" 

croceus (Storer) St^S 

lunat us ( Cope) 308 

meleagris (Agassiz) 3^^^ 

Genus Agosia, Girard 308 

Subgenus Apocope, Cope 309 

oscula (Girard) 309 

yarrowi, Jordan &. Evermann 309 

couesii (Yarrow) 310 

adobe, Jordan & Evermann 310 

nevadensis (Gilbert) 310 

nubila (Girard) 311 

carringtonii (Cope) 311 

klamathensis, Evermann & Meek 3144 

velifera (Gilbert) 312 

Umatilla, Gill)ert & Evermann 313 

falcata, Eigenmann &. Eigenmaun 313 

Subgenus Agosia 313 

cbrysogaster. Girard 313 

Genus Hybopsis, Agassiz 314 

Subgenus Erimystax, Jordan 315 

tetranemus, Gilbert 31.) 

asstivalis (Girard) 310 

marconis, Jordan &. Gilbert 310 

hyostomus (Gilbert) 316 

gelidus (Girard) 31 1> 

meeki, Jordan Ji Evermann 317 

montauus, Meek 317 

cumingii (Gvintber) 318 

mouacus (Cope) 318 

dissimilis (Kirtland) 318 

watauga, Jordan &. Evermann 319 

Subgenus Hy bopsis 319 

labrosus (Cope) 319 

hypsinotus (Cope) 320 

rubrifrous (Jordan) 320 

amblops (Ratinesque) 320 

storerianu.s (Kirtland) 321 

Subgenu.s Yuriria, Jordan & Evermann 321 

altus (Jordan ) 321 

Subgenus Nocouiis, Girard 322 

kentuckieusis (Uatine3<iue) 322 

Genus Couesius, Jordan 323 

squamilentus (Cope) 323 

plumbeus (Agassiz) 323 

dissimilis (Girard) 324 

greeui, Jordan 324 

adust us, Wooluian 325 

Genus Platygobio, Gill 325 

phy.-^ignatlius (Cope) 325 

gracilis (Kicbardson i 326 

pallidus, Forbes 326 



XXII Systematic A rrangemcnt. 



CLASS PISCKS— (.'oniiiiiu-«l. Tage. 

SCIJCLAS8 TEI.KOSToMI— Continued. 

ORDEB l•I^^T(>^^'lNDYLI— Coiltiniie<l. 
SrilUKDEK EVENTOiXATHI— Contiliueu. 
family Cyitrinidie—ConiiBiu-ti. 

Uftiut KxokI"'*''"'". l{afiin-8»|ue 327 

iiiHxilliucua (Le Surur» 327 

(><-iiii8 Lej»i<li>iii»'«la, Ci>i>».' 32* 

vitlat4i. Cop** 32JJ 

jarrovii, Co|»<> 328 

(icniis ilf<la,<'iirard 328 

rultsida. Girard 329 

(ienus l'lu;;iipt<-ru». C<ii>e 329 

arK<*iiti8!«iinurt, (Jo}n' 329 

SCBORDEK H ETKK« M.SATII 1 329 

family Erylhriiiitla; S-W 

(ienui) MacTodon, Miiller 330 

iiiicr<ile|iiH. (j iinther 330 

Family Charaeiuidte 331 

GcDtiH Curiiiiuta (Cuvii-r) Cl<M|uet 332 

iiia^iliilenit', Stt-indiirliner 332 

(leiius IMabuciua. Ciivier Jt Valenciennes 332 

paiiaiiiensiM. Gill 332 

te»lii-. Houlfu t'tT 3145 

(icnus Tetragouoi>teni8, Cuvier 333 

SuligeuUH Astyanax, Itaird i Girard 333 

H-iu-U!*, Giintber 3;!3 

rutiluH, Jenyns 334 

imnaiiieiiHis, Giintber 334 

niii-ruphtlialnuiK, Giintber 334 

•iTstedii, Krijyer 334 

peteneusis, Gunther 335 

si-abripinnis. Ji-nyns 335 

biiiuilir*. GiiotliiT 335 

lire vi man lit), (iiiutlier 335 

niexiruuiis, Kilipjii 335 

argeiitatiiM (Haird ii. Girard) 336 

G«'nii« Ilrycon, Miiller & Troschel 3:{7 

SnbKenuit CbalcinopHis, Kner 337 

dfiitex. (iiintlier 337 

striatuluH (Kner) 337 

GenuH GaHieropeleeiis (Gronow) Palla8 337 

niai-tilatui*, Steindacbuer 33<i 

Genus KirlioideM, « iiintlier 338 

UuatenialenitiM (Giintber) "i 338 

GeniiH ItraniCH liarax, Gill 338 

lininnlnnli. Gill 339 

GeniiH LiuiiK'lianix, Steindacbuer 339 

inMMilptuH, Steindacbuer 339 

SritOKHER GVMXOXiiTI 339 

Fa mity liym notitlie 340 

Geniifi (iiton, Kaiip S40 

faiirlntiiH (l'allan! 340 

(ienua Kigeumannla, ■Iimlan \ Kvemtann 341 

biimlMildti (Steindacbner) 341 

ORDER STMIIIIAX MIA S41 

Family Syiiitiraiifhifl(r 342 

GenuK SyiiiliruiH liiM. Hliicb 342 

iijiiriiiiir.itii*. lilucb 34- 



Systematic Arrangement. xxiii 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Tage. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI- Continued. 

Order Cakenc hklyi 343 

Famihi Derich thyidce 343 

Genus Dericlitliys, Gill 343 

serpentinus, Gill 343 

Order Apodes 

Suborder Enchelycephali 346 

Family A iigidllidfe 34^' 

Gen us A uguilla, Shaw 34 1 

chry sypa, Kjlfinesque 34» 

Family iiimenclieUjidcv .- 

Genus Sinienehelys, Gill •*'*^ 

parasiticus, Gill 34'.> 

Family llyophidce ^■*- 

Genus Ilyoplii.s, Gilbert 349 

brunneus, Gilbert 3oO 



Family Syna^^hohnt iichiihi' 



350 



( ;enus Synai)liobra7Khu8, Johnson 351 

pinnatus (Groiiow) 351 

Genus Histiobranchus, Gill '- 351 

bathy bins, Giinther 3o2 

inl'ernalis, Gill 3^2 



Fam ily Lcp toccphal idee 



352 

Genus Leptocephalus(Grono\v) Scopoli 3o3 

(OugtT (Liuuiuus) 3o4 

caudilimbatus (Poey) 3o5 

Genus Congrellu.s. Ogilby 355; 2801. 

balearicus (Ue la lloche) 3o6 

luatrurus (Gilbert) 356 

prorigera (Gilbert) 3o^ 

uitens (Jordan i^ BoUman) 3o. 

flavus (Goode JcBeau) 357 

Genus Uroconger, Kaup 3o8 



vicinus, Vaillaut. 



358 



Fam ily Mu neneiiocidcv 3-i8 

Genus Muranesox, McClelland 3o9 

Subgenus Murjenesox "^^ 

coniceps, Jordan & Gilbert 3oO 

savanna (Cuvier) 360 

Genus Xenoniystax, Gilbert 360 

atrarius. Gilbert 361 

Genus llophinnis, Kaup 361 

s.hniidt ii, Kaup 361 

diouiediauus, Goode & Beau 361 

Genus Neoconger, Girard "^- 

iiiucronatiis, Girard 3b- 

verniitoruiis, Gilbert 36- 

( ien us Leptoconger, Poey 36- 

perlougus ( Poey) 363 

Gen\is Stilbiscua, Jordan .V Bollniau 363 

edw ardsi, Jordan A; Bollmau 363 

Genus Gordiichthys, Jordan Jc Davis 303 



irreiitus, Jordan Jt Davis. 



363 



Fa »i ily 



Xvttaxtomida; • 364 



364 

Genus Venefioa. Jordan \ Davis 



Genus Chlojisis, Itatinesquo 

e(iuatorialis, Gilbert 364 

' 365 



procera, Goode & Bean ^ "* 



XXIV Systematic Anangcmcnt. 



CLASS I'l.Sr'KS— Continued Pmge. 
SrUCLASS TELKOSTOMI— C>.ntiniiiMl. 
Orwek AroiiEs-Continneil. 
ScitoKiiKK K.NCiiKLYCEi'HALi— Contiuned. 
Family S nnieMUyuUr 3C<5 

Gi'DUH SerrivoniiT, Oill A: Kyder 307 

Ix-anii, (Jill iV: Itvfler 367 

(ienuM SiiinivoMiiT. Gill iV Kj-der 307 

KcKxU'i. tiill \ Ryder 3»)7 

OenuH Avocettiuii. Jordan Si. Davis 3«)7 

inrnuH(<iiinthcr) 367 

Killi (Benn) 368; 2801 

eloDRata (Cill & Ryder) 369; 280J 

GenuH Laliichthys. Gill Jc Ryder 368 

carinntiLS, Gill i Ryder 368 

GenuH NeinirlithyB. Rirliardson 3*59 

HColoimceiis, Ricliardsoii 369 

avKcctta, Jordan A: Gilbert 369 

¥am ill/ Myriilte 3"(t 

GetiUH Alilia, Jordan iV Davia 370 

eginontJH (Jordan) 370 

GenuH Myroidiirt, Liitken 371 

punctatiiH. Liitken 1'71 

vafer, Jordan \ tiilbert 372 

(ienuH (;iiilorliinuti, Liitken 372 

suensonii. Liitken 372 

Family ()],hicli(hyid(e 372 

( JenuH S|iha};''''raiichu8, Blorli 373 

angiiU'orniisd'eters) 374 

aelachopH (Jordan & Gilbert) 374 

GeniiH \'«Tiiia, Jordan A: Everiuaun 374 

kendalli (Gilbert » 375 

Genus Li-tliarchus, (roode A: Bean 37' 

velit'er, ( ioode A Hean 375 

GenuH MyrirlitlivH, Girard 375 

ti(;rinuH, Giranl 376 

xyRturuH, .1 ordan & Gilbert 2802 

]mntorttiKuiiu8, Jordan &. McGregor 2802 

oculatus (Kaiip) 376 

aciiiiiliiatiiH ((Jroiiow) 376 

(ieniiM I'iNoodoniipliiH, Kaup 377 

cruentil'er, (tooileA Hean 377 

ibiHpilotnH. (iilbert 2*103 

Cienui CallecbelyH, Kauj) 378 

uiuMi-na. Jordan A Kverniann 378 

GenuH ItuHcanit'litliyH, Jordan A; DaviH 378 

Mrutic-ariN (Go<Hle A' Rean) 378 

l>«nlnHula- ((tilbi-rt) 379 

baHi'aniuni (Jordan) 379 

iieniiH (^uaHNiri-nnis. Jordan A: I>avis 384) 

nolhorliir (Gilbert) ;t80 

evioiitban (Jordan Si nullniani 380 

(ienuH Ophit litlins, Tliunborn A Ahl 38! 

Siibuennit <'r> (itopteruH, Kuiip 382 

piinrliirpi. (Kaup) 3K2 

Sub):t<nuH » iplili-btbun 382 

opiils (I.iuuieUH) 382; 2804 

retropinnln (KiKeuiunnn) tli3 



Systematic Arrangement. XXV 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI -Contiimeil. 
Order Apodes— Continued. 
Suborder Enchelvcephali— Coiitiuued. 
Family Opliichthyidce—Contiuwd. 

Genus Ophichthus, Tliuul)erj;: & Ahl — Continued. 

Subgenus Mura-nop.sis, Kaup : 383 

guttit'er (Bean it Dresel) 383 

ocellatus ( Le Sueur) 383 

triserialis (Kaup) 384 

Subgenus Scjtalopliis, Kaup 384 

gonie.sii (Casteluau) 384 

zophocbir (Jordau .Sc Gilbert) 385 

magnioculis (Kaup) 385 

parili.s (Richardson) 386 

Genus Mystriophis, Kaup 386 

Subgenus Eehio])si3, Kaup 386 

intertiuctus (Richardson) 336 

Genus Scytaliclithys, Jordau \- Davis 387 

miurus (Jordan A; Gilbert) 387 

Genus Brachysoniopbis, Kaup 387 

crocodiliuus (Bennett) 388 

Sdbordeh Cdlocei'hali :ie8 

Family Mu lamidce 388 

Genus Encliely core, Kaup 389 

nigricans (Bounaterre) 3S9 

Genus Pythouichthys, Poey 390 

sanguineus, Poey 39u 

Genus Rabula, Jordan & Davis 390 

aquiu-dulcis (Cope) 390 

marmorea (Valenciennes) 391 

])ananiensis (Steindachuer) 391 

longicauda (Peters) 391 

Genus Lycodontis, McClelland 392 

Suljgenus Lycodontis 393 

verrilli (Jordan &. Gilbert) 393 

vicinus (Castelnau) 394 

virescens ( Poey) 394 

polygouius ( Poey) 394 

moringa (CiAlier) 395 

niordax ( Ayres) 3;>5 

fuuebris (Rauzani) 396 

sancta'-helenre (Giintber) 397 

castaneus (Jordan & Gilbert) 396 ; 2804 

pictus (Ahl) 280.'> 

dovii (Giiuther) 397 

conspersns (Poey) 397 

niiliaris (Kaup) 397 

elaboratus (Poey) 39K 

obscuratus ( Poey) 39s 

jordani, Evormann ■.'C: Marsh 3145 

chlevastes (Jordan A: Gilbert) 398 

Subgenus Priodonophis, Kaup 399 

ocellatus (Agassiz) 399 

saxicola (Jordan & Davis) 399 

uigrotnarginatus (Girard) 399 

Genus ^lura^na (Artedi). Linnaus 400 

insularuiu. Jordau >V Davis 40O 



X x \ I Sv^feviatic .1 rrangcmctit. 



tJLASS riSCES— Coiitiiiut-d. Page. 

Sl'bCLASS TELKOSTOMI— Coiitiuiutl. 
fHlDCK Al'oIiEs -rontiiiiK-d. 
SriKMiiiKK Cui.otEi'HAi-i— Com ill lied. 
Faiitilii J/Mr<«'«ii/<»'— Ct'iitiiiued. 

(liMiiiN Mura-iia (Artc-ili) Liuiiii-ii8 — Contiiiui-d. 

iiruiiH (Stfiiidai-hnerj 401 

cli-pavdru. ( iilbert 28u:i 

n-tiffni. G<mk1i- i lieau 401 

iiiilaiKitia (KauiD 401 

li'Uiiuiini.'*a. Jfiiyus 402 

GeiiiiH KrIiidiiM, Koister 402 

uui-tiirna (Cojiet 402 

latfuata (Blmli) 40:i 

GeiiUH rroptervj{iii8. Riipiiell 403 

SiiligeuiiM Scut ica, Jordan V Everuiann 404 

iii'c-tunis (Jordan &. (lilbtTf) \»\ 

Genns Clianiioniiira-na. Kioliardson 401 

vittata ( Uicliardson) 4U4 

f )K1 Elt I, YOMEKl 404 

Faiiiilii Sttccopharyngidtv 405 

Geuiis Sacco]diarynx. Mitchill 405 

aiu]iullat'L'iis (liar wood) 406 

Family Furijiihariingidiv 406 

Genus (;a.stni>ti)nius. Gill &l Ryder 400 

l>airdii,(;ill A. Kyder 400 

(IKDKK IsOSPuNOYLI 4('7 

Fam ily Flopidii' 408 

GeniiH Tarpon. Jordan & Evermann 409 

atlauticus (Cuvit-r ii Valenciennes) 409 

Geuu8 Elojis. Linna-ii!) 409 

sauruH. Liunii'US 410 

Fa m ill A Ibiilitltv 410 

Genus Allmla (GroDow) Scopoli 411 ; 28o7 

vnlpes (Linua'U8) 411 

Family IIii>d<iiitid(e 412 

Genus Hiodiin. Le Sueur 412 

SulijjenuH Ani|)liiiidou, Ratinesiiue 413 

alosoides ( Kaliue.s<|Ue ) 413 

Subt'cnuM Uiodon 413 

terKisuH, Le Sueur 413 

selenops, Jordan \- Beau 414 

Family Chdiiidif 414 

CieuuH ClianoH. La<'<-iiede 414 

<-liano<t (F<irskal) 414 

Family Pnionniiidtt 41 J 

Genus DoroMonia, Katiue8<iue 415 

eepedianuui ( Le Sueur) 416 

exile. Jordan \ Gilbert 416 

uiexieannni (Giinther) 416 

peteiiense ((iiintlier) 417 

Genus Sijinalosrt. Kverniann & Kendall 2809 

aebafaluyie, Kvernuiiin Jt Kendall 2809 

Family Clu/ifidir 417 

Genu* Jenkmsia, Jordan A: Evennann 418 

iK'Uiuinata ((iilbert) 419 

laniprotienia ((Josse) 419 

stolilt-ra (Jordan Jt Gilbert) 410 



Systematic Arrangement. xxvii 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Contiuued. 
Order Isospondyli— Continued. 
Family C^MiJcirfoB— Continued. 

Genus Etruiueus. Bleeker *19 

sadina (Mitchill) 420 

Genus Perklnsia. Rosa Smith Eigeniuann 420 

otlionops, E. S. Eigeniuann 420 

Genus Clupea (Artedi) Linna?us 421 

harengus, Linnreus 421 

pallasii, Cuvier & Valenciennes 422 

Genus Clupanodon, Lact'jiede 423 

ciiTuleus (Girard) 423 

pseudoliispanicus (Poey) 423 

Genus Pomolobus, Katiuesque 424 

chrysocbloris, Eafinesque 425 

niediocris, Mitcliill 425 

jiseudoharengus (Wilson) 426 

asti valis (Mitcljill) 426 

Genus Alosa, Cuviev 427 

sapidissima (Wilson) 427 

alaliaiuie, Jordan A: E vermann 2810 

Genus Sardinella, Cuvier & Valenciennes 428 

Subgenus Sardinella 429 

ancbovia (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 429 

clupeola (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 429 

apiialis (Miiller & Troschel) 429 

bisliopi (Miiller ..t Troschel) 430 

Subgenus Harengula, Cuvier & Valenciennes 430 

sardiua (Poey) 430 

niacroiibthalmus (Eanzani) 430 

Ibrissina (Jordan tt Gilbert) 430 

bunieralis (Cuvier it Valenciennes) 431 

Subgenus Lile, Jordan & Everniaun 431 

stolil'era (Jordan & Gilbert) 4^1 

Genus Opistboucma, Gill 432 

oglinum (Le Sueur) 432 

libertate (Giinther) 433 

Genus Brevoortia, Gill 433 

tyrannus ( Latrobe) 433 

aurea (Agassiz) 434 

brevicaudata, Goode 434 

patronus. Goode 434 

Genus Cbirocentrodon, Giinther 435 

ta-niatus, Giinther 435 

Genus Ilisha, Gray 435 

tlavipinnis (Valenciennes) 435 

lileekeriana (Poey) 436 

turthi (Steindachner) 436 

Genus (Jpislbopterus, Gill 436 

lutipinnis (Jordan & Gilbert) 437 

dovii (Giinther) 437 

niacrops (Giinther) 437 

Genus Odontoguatbus, Lacepede 437 

uiucronata, Lacepfede 438 

panamensis (Steindachner) 438 

Genus Pristigaster. Cuvier 438 

cayanus, Cuvier 438 



XXVIII Sysleffiaiic Arrangement. 



CLASS I'ISCES-lontiiiii.-.l. P««e- 

SrB<I-ASS TKLKUSIOMI-Contiiiiua. 
OUDKK Iho8I'<>m»vi.i— C«>ntintie<l. 

Fa mily Eiujra uUdidtr ••^'J 

GetiUH Stolephiinis, La<:<ii«Mlf 439 

iniarcliii"., .Ionian A (iilUcrt ■MI 

I»orfa«<-iiitii'* (Poey» 'Ml 

exi;{uu». .Tordaii A: (lilbert 442 

rulianiiit ( Fot-y » *42 

pertliecutiiH. (ioiKle i Bean 442 

iHchniiu.H. Jordan \- (lilliert 442 

Itrowiiii ((iiiieliiii 443 

lultratiis, GillxTt 443 

(leliiiHiasinius (<;iraril) 444 

clioTostoir.us (( ioode) +44 

argvrojiliaiins ((.'nvier A: Valenciennes) 444 

ciirtiis, .Ionian A: ( Jilbert 445 

o|>t'n'iilari!<, .Ionian \- Gilbert 445 

niitrliilli (Cii vier & Valenciennes) 446 

luci.liiH, Jordan A: GiUx-rt 446 

rastralis, (lillurt A: Piutson 2811 

niiiudfoliis. (jill>ert A l'ier.-*on 2812 

naso. Gilbert A; IMiTnon 2813 

Htarksii. Gilbert A Piersnn 2813 

<iii]»<>iili,-s (Swainsun) 447 

jiroiliictus (Poey) 417 

(jilbtTli, Everniann A: Marsh 3146 

jiarniani.Evcniianu A Marsh 3146 

' conipressiis (Giranl) 447 

pananieiiHis (Steiudachuer) 448 

spiiiil'er ((,'iivier A Valenciennes) 448 

Mi-otiel<li, Jordan A: Culver 2^14 

ast ilbe. Jordan A: IJutttT 2815 

robertsi, Jordan A- Riitter 2815 

nincrolepidotus (Kner A Steiudachner) 449: 2815 

Cientis Kn^raulis. Ciivier 448 

luordax. (iiranl 448 

(ieniis Cetengraiilis, < itinther 4."iO 

niysticetiis ((liinther) 450 

I'dcutiilus (Cuvier) 450 

enyynien. Gilbert A Pierson 2815 

GenUM Pterengraiilis, Giinther 45*) 

fttheriuiiide« (LinnaMis) 45() 

GennH Lyconj;raiilis. Giinther 451 

groHHJdens (Cuvieri 451 

poeyi (Knor A; Slelndacbner* 445: 2811 

fa in ill/ Ali-piiffiili't'.idiP 451 

Genus Alepiirephalus. Itisso 452 

prodmliiH. (;ill 4.52 

auaH«i/.ii, Go<Hle A Bean 453 

(euebroMUH, (Sllbert 453 

GeniiH Mitehillina, .lordnii A ICverninnti 453 

balnlli (GiXMle A Beau 1 4*4 

GunuH ItatbytroeteH, Giknther 454 

Mt lait. ( ; IlluTt 454 

(t<<uu4 'raliMiuiiuiit. GiHMle ii Benn 455 

antllbiruni. «io<ide A Bean 455 

a'i|iuitoriN, Goode A Bean 456 



Systematic Arrangemeiit. xxix 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Lsospondyli— Continued. 

Family Alepocejjhalidce—Contmned. 

Genus Conocara, Goode & Bean 45G 

macdonaldi, Goode i Bean 457 

macroptera (Vaillant) 457 

Genus Platytroctes, Giinther 458 

apus, Giintlier 458 

Genus Ericara, Gill &. Townsend 2816 

salnionea, Gill Sc Townsend 2816 

Genus Aleposoiiius, Gill 459 

copei. Gill 459 

Family Salmonidm 460 

Genus Coregonus (Artedi) Linna'us 461 

Subgenus Prosopium, Milner 462 

coulterii, Ei geniiiann & Eigenmaun 462 

williaiusoni, Girard 463 

cisniontanus, Jordan 463 

kennicotti, Milner 464 

ricbardsiinii, Giinrber 465 

quadrilatcralis, IJicbardson 465 

Subgenus Coregonus , 465 

clupeifoitnis (Mitcbill) 465 

nelsonii, Bean 466 

labradorieus, Riobardson 466 

Genus Argyrosomus, Agassiz 46" 

Subgenus Argyrosomus 468 

osmeritbrniis (H. M. Suiitb) 468 

artedi (Le Sueur) 468 

sisco, Jordan 469 

boyi, Gill 469 

pusillus (Bean) 470 

huidus 'Riobardson) 47O 

lauretta^ (Bean) 471 

alaseanus, Scofield 2ol7 

prognatbus (H. M. Smith) 471 

nigriiiinnis. Gill 472 

Subgen\is Allost)mus, Jordan 473 

tullibee (Richardson) 473 

bisselli, Bollman 473 

Genus Stenodus, Ri<hardson 473 

mackenzii (Riobardson) 474 

Genus Oncorhynohus, Suckley 474 

Subgenus Onoorby nobus 478 

gorbuscha ( Walbaum) 478 

keta CWalbaum) 478 

tsobawytsoba (Walbaum) 479 

kisntoh (Walbaum) 480 

Subgenus llypsil'ario, Gill 481 

nerka ( Walbaum) 481 

Genus Saliuo (Artedi) Linnanis 483 

Subgenus Salmo 486 

salar, Linna'us 486 

sebago (Giranl) 487 

ouananiolie, McCarthy 487 

Subgenus Trulta, Linna>us 487 

my kiss Walbaum 487 ; 492 ; 2818 



XXX Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— ContinuiMl. PsfSe. 

SUJK'LASS TELEOSTOMI— Continuwl. 
Okdek I.sospoxDYLi— ContiuiuMl. 
Family Salinoniilcp—l 'unliliiieil. 

(ieuuA Suliiio ( Artetii) Linnirus— Continued. 
Siil>;;i'iiii.H Triitta, LinuiMi8— Contiuiicil. 

riarkii (IJicbardson) 492: 2819 

lewisi ((; Irani) 493: '.'819 

Kililisii (SiK-kltM) 493: 2819 

Jn'iishiiwi Mlill A: Jordan) 493; 2819 

talioiMiHiH, Jordan & Everniann 'JkTo 

virninaliM (Girard) 495: 2819 

.xi>ilurii8 (Cope) 495: 281» 

|i|iu ri t icuM ( Cojie ) 41»« : 2h 19 

houvjcri (Bfudire) 496: 'iXig 

Htoniias (Cojie) 497: 2819 

niacdonaldi, Jordan i Evermann 497: 2><\9 

ik'divifrons, Mei'k 3147 

Jordan i. ilcek 314»< 

Kairdncri. Ri<-liardson 497: 498 

kaniliM)p.>4 (Jordan) 499 

bi-ardsleei. Jordan i Seale 2819 

crescent is. Jordan ic Beardalee 2821 

hatliii-cetor. ifeek 3149 

irideii.H, (iililions ,",oo 

niasiini (Siickley) 501 

Mliiista (Jordan) 502 

liil'>crti (Jordan) 5o2 

stonei (Jordan) 5(i:( 

a-fiia-lionita (Jordan) 5«)3 

Genus Crist ivonier, Gill & Jordan .')04 

naniaycusli (W'alltauin) .'■>U4 

siscowet (Agassiz) 605 

Genus Salvelinus (Nilsson) Richardson 506 

fiintinalis (Mitchill) 506 

a;;assj/.ii ((jartnan) 507 

nialnia (Wailtaiim) 507; 2823 

parkei ( Siickley ) 507; 2823 

kiinilsclia (I'allaa) 2'<22 

alpiniis (Linnieus) 5o« 

alipes (Richardson) 509 

HtaKuaiis (Fahricius) .".lo 

arctnnis (liiinther) 510 

aiircidiiH (Bean) 511 

<><|iiassu (Ciirard) 514 

nansi (( ; iint her) 515 

niarstoni. Carman 515 

J-'amil;/ Thi/inalliilir 517 

Ceniis 'rh>niaIliiH. ("iivier 517 

siKBil'T (Kidiardsou) 517 

triccdi.r. Cope 51g; 2871 

niontanu.i (M liner) 519; 2871 

Family A n/rnfinit/ir ... 519 

Genu* MallotuH, Ciirier 520 

villoNiin (Miillor) . ,'i20 

Genuii ThuleiclitliyN, (tiruri! 521 

pncillcuN ( Rlc hunUon) 521 



S) 'stematic A rrangemen t. xxx i 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Pa-e. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Ordkr I.sospondyli— Continued. 

Family ArgentinidcB—Covttinned. 

Genus Osraerus (Artodi) Linnteus 522 

Subgenus Spirinchus, Jordan & Evcrinann 522 

tlialeichthys, Ayres 522 

attenuatua, Lockingtou 523 

Subgenus Osnierus 523 

mordax (Mitcbill) 523 

spectiMiin (Cope) 523 

abbot ti (Cope) 524 

dentes, Steindachnor 524 

albatros.sis, Jordan .t Gilbert 2823 

G-enus Mesopus, Gill 524 

pretiosus (Girard) 525 

olidiLS (Pallas) 525 

Genus Argentina ( Artedi) Linnaeus 525 

silus, Ascanius 526 

sialis, Gilbert 526 

striata, Goode & Bean 526 

Genus Leuroglossus, Gilbert 527 

stilbius, Gilbert 527 

Famil;/ Microntomidoe 527 

Genus Nansenia, Jordan & Evermann 528 

groenlandica (Reinbardt) 528 

Genus Batbylagus, Giintber 528 

benedicti, Goode &. Bean 529 

euryops, Goode & Bean 529 

pacificus (Jilbert 530 

borealis, Gilbert 2824 

mlllen, Jordan & Gill)ert 2825 

Order 1 niomi 530 

Family fiynodnntidce 532 

Genus Tracbinoccpbalus, Gill 533 

my ops (Forster) 533 

Genus Synodus (Gronow) Scopoli 533; 2807 

intermedins (Agassi/,) 535 

evermanni, Jordan & Bollman 535 

poeyi, Jordan 536 

sjnodus (Liunanis) 536 

lacortinus, Gilbert 536 

saurus (Litnianis) 537 

scitulicejjs, Jordan & Gilbert 537 

jenkinsi. Jordan .i Bollman 537 

fa'tens (Liniueus) 538 

lucioceps ( Ayres) 539 

Genus Batliysaurus, Giintber 539 

ferox, Giintber 539 

Genus Batliy laeo, Goode & Bean 540 

nigricans, Goode Ji: Bean 540 

Family Aulnpidae 541 

Genus Cbloropbtbalmus, Bonaparte 541 

agassizii, Bonaparte 541 

chalybeius (Goode) 542 

truculentus. Goode &. Bean 542 

Family Benthotaitrida- 543 

Genus Bentbosaurus, Goode & Bean 543 

grallator, Goode & Bean 543 



XXXII Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— Continiie.l Page. 

srmLASS TELEOSTOM I -< •>m mu. <i. 
Okiiek I.VKiMi— C<iiitiniu-<1. 

Familfi ItathjijitrrKiiliv ^44 

CmiiM ISalliyiiteniis, (MiiittiiT 544 

Subgenus Synaptrri'tnuiH, (iooilt- Si Bean h<'> 

(|ua(lrililiH. rn.uthi-r 545 

loD^ipeH. Giinther 546 

Familii IpnapklfV 546 

(lentis Ipnojis, Giinther 546 

iiiiirrayi. ( Jiiutlier 547 

Fit III ill/ h'oiitlelrtii(i(t 547 

Ceniis l{iiD<lel<'tiii, (lnodf &■ Bean 518 

bicolor. Cooile & liean 548 

Familj/ Celoiiiiiiiiclte 548 

Genus Cetominiiis, Troode & Bean 549 

pillii. (ioode kV Bean 549 

.Htoreri, fWKwle Jc Bean 550 

Famibj il>/eti>jihid(e 55ii 

Genus Macrostoina, Risso 554 

<liiereinnin (Goode \: Bean) 554 

ni argil ritiferum (Goode & Beau) 555 

an<n>!*ti<leu8. Risso 555 

castaueuni (Goode i Beau) 556 

caudispinosuni (Jolinson) 556 

Genus Ceratoseopelus, Giinther 557 

niadeirensis (Lowe) 557 

Genus Laiiipanyetus. Bonaparte 557 

cnx'odiliis (Risso) 558 

towiis<-ndi (Ei;u'ennianu ct Eigenmann) 558 

alatus. Gomle A: Beau 559 

guntberi, Goode A: Bean 559 

gpinniifer, Goode Jt Bean 559 

laeerta ((Joode &. Bean) 560 

Genus Laniitadena, Goode &. Bean 560 

slieeuligera, Goode ic Bean 5f>l 

Genus Nannobraebiuni. Giinther 561 

leueopsanini (Eigenmann Si Eigenmann) 562 

nannoiliir (Gill>ert) 562 

iiiexirauiini (Gilbert) 563 

regale (Gilbert) 563 

niaeilonaldi, (Goode A; Bean) 563 

Genus Uiaplius. Kigeuu)ann iV ('igenmann 564 

tbi'ia, Eigenmann A- Eigenuianu 564 

(jenus .Etbiiprora, Goode Jt l>ean 565 

lui'ida, (Joode A: Bean 565 

etVulgens, Goode A: Bean 566 

f Jenus Collet t la, Goode Ac Bean 567 

rallneHquei (Cocco) 567 

uoeturna (I'oey) 567 

Genus RiiiuoscciiieluH, Liitken 568 

oiiei-oi ( ( iMco) 598 

anilreu' (Liitken) 589 

rams i Lii I ken ) 569 

GrniiH M vi'topbiini. KnllneN<]uu 569 

punrtiiiuui. Ral)neHi|ue 570 

nllino (Liitken) •. 570 

opiilinuni. (totxlu \ Bean 571 

bnniboldti iKisNu) 571 



Systematic Arravgernent. xxxiir 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continned. 
Order Iniomi— Contimietl. 

Family Myctophidfv — Coiitinuetl. 

Genus Mj-ctoi)huni, Rafinesque— Continued. 

califoruiense, Eigeniuann ^t Eigenmaun 572 

gracile (Liitken) 572 ; 3150 

benoiti (Cocco) 573 

hygomii (Liitken) 573 

( Genus Beuthosema, Goods & Uean 573 

niulleri (Giiu-lin) 574 

arcticum (Liitken) 574 

Genus Dasyscopelus, Giinther 574 

spinosus (Steindacbner) 575 

Genus Taiietonbeania, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 575 

crenularis (Jordan it Gilbert) 575 

teuua, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 575 

Faiiiily Maurolicidce 576 

Genua Maurolicus, Cocco :j76 

peunanti (Walbauni) 577 

Genus Yiui-iguerria, Jordan i!c Evermann 577 

attenuata (Cocco) 577 

Genus Valenciennellus, Jordan &. Evermann 577 

tripunctulatiis (Esmark) 578 

Family Chauliodontidce 578 

Genus Gonostonia, Ratinesque 578 

denudatuin, Rafinesque 579 

brevidens, Kuer & Steindacbner 579 

Genus Zapbotias, Goode & Bean 580 ; 2826 

pedaliotus (Goode & Bean) 580; 2826 

Genus Cyck)thone, Goode & Bean 581 

Subgenus Cyclotbonc 582 

microdou (Giiutber) .")82 

bathypbila ( Vaillant) 582 

Subgenus Sigmops, Gill 583 

elongata (Giinther) 583 

megalops Liitken 3150 

Genus Yarrella, Goode &, Bean 583 

blackfordi, Goode ..t Bean 584 

Genus Cbauliodus, Bloch & Schneider 584 

sloanei, Bloch & Schneider 565 

macouni, Bean 585 

Family Astronesthidce 586 

Genus Astronesthes, Richardson 586 

niger, Richardson 586 

gemmifer, Goode 6c Bean 586 

richardsoni (I'oey) 587 

Family Stomiatidce 587 

Genus Stoinias, Cuvier 588 

feros, Reinbardt 588 

aftinis, Giinther 588 

Genus Echiostonia, Lowe 589 

barbatuui, Lowe 589 

niargarita, Goode &. Bean 589 

Genua Graiumatostoniias, Goode &. Bean 590 

dentatus, Goode it Bean S'JO 

Genus. Pbotonectes, Giinther 591 

gracilis, Goode it- Bean 591 

Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 III 



xxxrv Svs/rtna/ic Arra7tgeme7it. 



CLASS PISCKS— CoDliuufcd. P«C«- 

Sl'UCLASS TKLK<>ST<>MI— Coniluiiwl. 
i)hdi:k Imomi— 'oniiiimMl. 

Family itala>»ttfiJie W2 

lienun Malii(!i>atcus, Ayre» 5*2 

iiijfer A J rt-it 5'" 

Family rUt^iivdoutidct 593. 2H2fl 

<ii-iiti« ri«){y(«lii>» (StcUen 5W; 2i*2e 

SuljgfiiuH riagycxliis 505 

ferox (Lowe) SI'S 

u-M'ula|iiii» <B4.*aui ^'J-l 

SuliK«'«Jii« Canl'>i>ii8. fiill 5flC 

altivtiiM (I'4»ey) 5** 

lK>rcali» (Gill) 59* 

»<Tra (<;ill) 59 1 

Family OtlonluMlomidce 56 < 

GeuiiH (Jmunudis, (jiintlier 598 

lowii. (iiiutliiT 598 

Family I'nralepididtr 599 

GenuB Sudis. Katiiicsiiue 599 

inUrmediuH (Pocv) 800 

ringi'iif<, Jordan Jc Gilbert W<* 

GenuH Ari-tozcou8. Gill Wl 

borealis (Kciiiliardt) 601 

coniHcans (Jordan A^Gilbert) 601 

G«niiH raralujiiH, KiHSo M2 

con-Koiioidi'.H, Risso *W 

Family SUrnti]itychidif M3 

Genus St«'rnopt> x, Ueimann •t'3 

dia]iliana, Ilemiann fl03 

Genua Arjryropelecus, Cocco 603 

benii);yuinu», Cocco 604 

olfiTHi (('u vier) *H 

FamUy Jdiacanthidtr 6^ 

(ienua Idiacantbuit, Petera <W5 

fcrox (Giintber) *>5 

ant rostomuB. G ilbcrt *>5 

Okdkk Lvopomi > •* 

Fa m ily Ila lo»au rider •<* 

GenuM Ilaloitaurus, Jobn»on •*>" 

oweul. JobiiHon "'^ 

guntbt-ri. Good** A: lit-an W8 

GenuM I{al()Bauro|i!«i». Colb-tt •M; 2836 

roKtratA (Giintber) ** 

luarrucbir (Giintber) W* 

Koodet (Gill) «J0 

KracilU (GtMMlc A; Ilean) '1** 

pallida (Goode A; Dean) 611 

ORUBH IlETKHDMI «12 

Family \i>lacanthid<r 613 

(iciiUH Notaianthuit, Itlocb 04 

cbeninitrii. lUoth •'* 

Mualiv Gill 615 

l>lia<<uati<>ruii, Goodc 616 

G<'Dui« MucUouuldia, Goude A: Ii«*D 610 

ruatrnia (Collet ti 617 

cballenK^ri (VHillanti 617 

alU. Gill A T..wii«Dd »>6 

loDKa, Gill A r»»iiiM.«nd 3836 



Systematic Arrangement. xxxv 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOST( )MI— Continued. 
Order IIeteuo.mi— Continued. 

Family Lipogenyidce 619 

Genus Lipogenys, Goode Sc Bean 619 

gillii, Goode ct Bean 619 

Order Xenomi 620 

Family DalUidce 620 

Genus Dallia, Bean : 621 

pectoralis, Beau 621 

Order Haplomi 622 

Family Vmhridce 622 

Genus Umbra (Kramer) Scopoli 623 ; 2807 

Subgenus Melanura, Agassiz 62.3 

limi ( Kirtland) 623 

pygma-a (De Kay) 624 

Family Luciidoe 624 

Genus Lucius, Rafinesquo 625 

Subgenus Kenoza, Jordan & Evermann 626 

americanus (Gmelin) 626 

vermiculatus (Le Sueur) 627 

reticulatus (Le Sueur) 627 

Subgenus Lucius 628 

lucius (Linna'us) tVJS 

Subgenus Mascalongus, Jordan 629 

mas(iuinongy (Mitchill) 629 

obiensis (Kirtland) 629 

innnaculatus' (Garrard) 630 

Family Foeciliidce 630 

Genus Fundulus, Lacepfede 632 

Subgenus Fundulus 637 

puuetatus, Giinther 637 

vinctus, Jordan &. Gilbert 637 

l)alli(lu8, Kverinann 638 

similis ( Baird i: Girard) 638 

nia.jalis (Walbaum) 639 

parvipinuis, Girard 640 

hoteroclitus (Linna'us) 640 

macrolcpidotiis (Walbaum) 641 

l)adiu8, Garman 2827 

grandia (Baird &. Girard) 641; 2827 

foiiticola, Cuvier A: Valenciennes 643 

bermuda-, Giiutber 643 

robustus, Bean 644 

labialis, Giinther 644 

Subgenus Fontinus, Jordan & Evermann 645 

adinia, Jordan A; Gilbert 645 

diaphanus (Le Sueur) 645 

meniuia (Jordan >t Copelaud) 645 

extensiis, Jordan A: Gilbert 640 

seminolis, Girard 647 ; 2828 

Subgenus riancterus, Garmau 2828 

zebrinus, Jordan Jc Gilbert 646 ; 2828 

S\ibgeuus Xenisma, Jordan 648 

catenatus (Storer) 648 

stellifer (Jordan) 648 

Subgenus Gambusinus, Jordan Jc Evermann 649 

rathbuni. Jordan \' Meek 649 



XXXVI Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES-f^-ontiiiu.d. Page. 

.sriM;LASS TKLEOSToMI— (.'iiiitlniiwl. 
Okokk HaJ'Ixmi -'ontiiiiiid. 

f'amili/ I'ifriliiilif Omtiniieil. 

(ienuA KiiiiiliiliiH. Lnci'-prdf— ('onliniietl. 
Siibct'iiiih GaiiiliUHiniiH. Jordan .k Krennann— Continued. 

nlliolin<-iitii». OilWrt <M» 

r.intlii»iitii«, GckmIc Si Bean W2: 850; IWJM 

t'liiKliiliiidcM (EvtTmiinn) 650 

Subt^fnim 7.ygoii«'»-t«-8. AgitHttiz 65»J 

dov ii ( < iiin tlier) '»^ 

t1ori|>iiini8 (Cope) Ml 

jeiikiiiMi (P^vcrnmnn) 051 

I>iil\tT<iis (EviTiiiiiinu 65i 

marten. M ii-k 654 

spJaili.UH. Cope 649; 654; 282« 

lu.lii- <naird» 654 

chryNOtiiH, Holbnudt 655 : '>2S 

fin!;iilatiiN, Ciivi«T i. Valenciennes 656; 2829 

ui.ttii(Aga88iz) 656; 2'Qo 

di8]iar ( ApisNiz) 658 

iKitjitus (Ratinesque) 659 

goclei (.Ii.rdan» 664; 2831 

Geuu8 A |>lo<lieilii8, McClelland 28:«) 

dovii (Giiutlicr) .; 650; 2830 

Gt-nuH Adinia, Ginird 660 

giiatcnialcuMis ((iiiiitlii-r) 660 

I>ai li vcephala (Giintlier) 600 

dugchil (lUan) 661 

limit ila-Hciata. Girard 661 

Genus Ui villus, I'oi-y 602 

cylindracfUM. PofV 662; 2830 

istliiucnaiH. Gannan 2830 

GenuH Lucania. Girard 663 

Ultimata (Jordan) 663 

veiiiiHta, Girard 685 

parvadlaird A: (iirard) 665 

(icuiiH Girardiiiiclitliys. Hleckcr 666 

iiiiiiimiuatiiH, Itlcckcr 666 

GciiiiH Eiii|H-tricbtliyH, Gilliert 606 

nii-rriiiiiii, Gilbert 667 

(tfiiiiH ClianiciHliiii. Giintber 667 

lateralis, liiinllicr 068 

biliiiiat UK, Idan 608 

variatiiH, lU-an 609 

fiii'niiHtuH. Jiirdaii \- .*»nydiT 3150 

fiinidfnx. Jordan >V (iillicrt 009 

.•Isciil Kutt. r 28:11 

gartuani Joidiin .v Evmiiann 2831 

GfUiiR <'\ priiiiKliin. I.acfpede 670 

vuricgntiin. I.ii<-i'|ii'dc 671 

rlv.n-ndl (1'imj) «73: 2832 

isiiiiliis, GIrnrd 673; 2832 

Imix luiiH. Uaird \ G Irani 673 

niiirulnriiiH. Italnl ii (iinird 674 

l>alli-yl (tiillxTt) 675 

niartic, Sti-ludncliii> • 675 

carpio Giinthi-r .. 675 



Systei7iatic Arrangement. xxxnii 

CLASS PISCES— Coutiniied. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTO MI— Continued. 
Order Haplomi— Continued. 

Fainily Pceciii (doe— Continued. 

Genus Cyprinodon, Lacep^de — Continued. 

latif'a.sciatus, Garnian 676 

Genu.s Jordanella, Goodo & Bean 677 

liorida', Goode &, Bean 677 

Genus P.seudoxiphophorus, Bleeker 678 

l)iuiaculatus(Heckel) 678 

Genus Gamlmsia, Poey 678 

punctata, Poey 679 

pnncticulata, Poey 680 

aflBnia (Baird & Girard) 680 

tridentiger, Garman 2833 

nohilis (Baird k. Girard) 682 

nicaraguensis, Giintlier 682 

gracilis, Heckel 683; 2832 

episcopi, Steindacliner 683 

nielapleura (Gosse) 659; 2830 

Genus Belonesox, Kner 684 

belizanus, Kner 684 

Genus Anableps ( Artedi) Scopoli 684 ; 2807 

dovii. Gill 685 

Genus Goodea, Jordan 685 

atripinnis, Jordan 685 

Genus Xenendum, Jordan & Snyder 3151 

caliente, Jordan .fc Snyder 3ir)2 

xaliscone, Jordan &. Snyder 31,^3 

luitpoldii, Steindacliner 2832; 3152 

Genus I'laty pircihis, Giintber 685 

niaculatus, Giintlier 086 

(juitzeoensis, B. A. Bean 2873 

mentalis, Gill 686 

Genus Heterandria, Agassiz 686 

uninotata (Poey) 687 

nietallica (Poey) 687 

foriiiosa, Agassiz 687 

pleurospilus (Giintber) 688 

Genus Lebistes, De Filijijii 689 

pieciliodes, De Filipjii 689 

Genus Acropiecilia, Hilgendorf 690 

tridens (Hilgeiidorl') 690 

Genus Po'cilia, ISlocli i Scbneider 690 

vivipai-a, IMocli & Scbneider G9I 

butleri, Jordan 69] 

gillii (Kner \- Steindacbner) 692 

vittata, Guicbenot 692; 2833 

niexicana, Steindacliner 692 

tbernialis, Steindacliner 693 

cbisoyensia, Giintber 693 

peteneusis, Giintber 694 

splienops, Cuvier A: Valenciennes 694 

dovii, (Jiintlier 695 

coucbiaiia ((Jirardi 69.*) 

boucardi, Steindacbner 695 

reticiibtta, Peters 696; 2833 

aruben3is,Van Lidtb de Jeude 696 



xxxviii Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. Page. 

SrBCLASS TELKOSTOMI— Continued. 
OKDEK Hai'UjMI— Continufd. 

Fatniti/ I'li-riliidir—CoDtiuned. 

(leniiii I'd-cilin, Hloi h A: Schneiik-r— Continued. 

doniinicensis, Cuvier A: ValeucienneH 696; 2S34 

Hjiiliirun. Oiintlier 697 

<-lonKi>ta. Ciinther 6»7 

prcHidionii*, Jordan A^ Culver 697 

viTnirolor (Giinther) 688; 28.J3 

occiiU-ntalis (Haird i Girard) 689; 2833 

cunt-uta, ( iarnian 2834 

liniaiitoiiri, Jordan A: Snyder 3153 

GenuH Mollienisia. Le Sueur 698 

jonfsi.GiintlH-r 698 

forraosa (Girard ) 699 

Intipinna, Lf Sueur 699 

petenensis, Giint hi-r 700 

Genus X ii>lio|dioru8, Heckel 701 

helleri, Iletkel 7ol 

nioiite/.iiiii;i'. Jordan &. Sn}'der 3154 

guntlii-ri. Jordan i Evermaun 702 

Family A mhlyo]itid(e 702 

Genus Cliolopa-tter, Agassiz 703 

cornutus, Agas.siz 703 

a(;aHsi7.ii, I'utnani 704 

papilliferuH, Forbes 704 

Genus Typlilichthj-s, Girard 704 

subterraneus, (lirard 7U4 

Genus TniKl'clitliys, Eifrenoiann 3156 

romi', £i|j;enniann 2835; 3156 

Genus Aniblyopsis, De Kay 706 

»l»el!eii8. Df Kay 706 

( )KtJER SVNKXTi MiNATHI 707 

Familii Fiiocid(t 708 

GenuH Tylosurus, Cocco 708 

notatuB (I'oey) 710 

seapuIariH, Jortlan &, Gilbert 711 

tlinueu (Walbaiini) 711 

euryopH, Hean iV Dresel 711 

dlplotieniu (Cojie) 712 

niiiTopH Ufiintlier) 712 

anKusticeim (Giinther) 712 

ardeolu (Cuvier A; Valeneionnes) 713 

Htol/nianni (Steindacliner) 713 

exiliH (Girard) 714 

niariniiH i Wallmiinii 714 

uluK'idit ((^iiiiy \ Gaiiiiard) 715 

liMllator. Jordan \ (Jilbert 715 

rnpbidonia ( Knnr.anit 715 

IfiileutUH (Cuvier A Valenciennes) 716 

parifleuH (Stcindnchner) 716 

ai'UH (Lue^-pi'-dtM 710 

caribbieuH ( Le Setter) 717 

Genus .XthleniieH, Junlan A Fordtee 717 

liiunn (Ctivier A Vnlvnetenues) 718 

Favtilii lletnirainfiliidir 718 

GentiN ('lirl<M)i)rii)i, <M>o<le A: Kenn 719 

nlherinoidrs. GiKxIe A Bean 719 



Systematic Arrangoitcnt. xxxix 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Syxentogxathi— Continued. 

Family Hemiramphidce— Continued. 

Genus Hyporliamidius, Gill 719 

unifasciiitus ( Ranzani) 720 

roberti (Cnvier &. Valenciennes) 721 

rosiv (Jordan & Gilbert) 721 

Genus Ilemirainplius, Cuvier 722 

brasiliensis (Linna-us) 722 

balao. Le Sueur 723 

Genus Euleptorhauiphus, Gill - 723 

velox, Poey 724 

Family ScomhresocidtB 724 

Genus Sconibresox, Lacepede 725 

saurus (Walbaum) 725 

Genus Cololabis, Gill 726 

brevirostris (Peters) 726 

Family Exocoetidce 726 

Genus Fodiator, Jordan & Meek 727 

acutus (Cuvier &^ Valenciennes) 728 

Genus Parexoca-tus, Hleoker 728 

niesogaster (Bloch) 728 

Genus Exoco'tus. Linnseus 730; 2835 

Tolitans, Linna'us 729; 734; 2835 

Genus Cypsilurus, Swainson 2835 

lieterurus ( Raflnesque^ 735 : 2836 

lutkeni (Jordan &, Evermann) 736; 2836 

furcatus (Mitchill) 737; 2836 

nigricans (Bennett) 737; 2836 

xenopterus (Gilbert) 738; 2836 

lineatus (Cuvier &. Valenciennes) 739 ; 2836 

cyanopterus (Cuvier ct Valenciennes) 739; 2836 

bahiensis (Ranzani) 739; 2836 

californicus (Cooper) 740 : 2836 

callioptcrus (Giintber) 740; 2836 

gibbifrons (Cuvier it Valenciennes) 741: 2836 

Genus Exonautes, Jordan & Evermann 2835 

exsiliens (P. L. S. Miiller) 732; 2836 

rondeletii (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 733; 2836 

vinciguerraj (Jordan i Meek) 734; 2836 

rufipinnis (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 735 ; 2836 

affinis .(Giinther) 2836 

Order Hemibranch ii 74 1 

Family Oasterosteidtv 742 

Genus Eucalia, Jordan 743 

iuconstaus (Kirtland) 744; 3157 

cay uga, Jordan 744 

pygnuea (Agassiz) 744 

Genus Pygosteus, Brevoort 745 

jjungitius (Linna'US) 745 

brachypoda (Bean) 746 

Genus Gasterosteus ( Artedi) Linnitus 746 

aculeatus, Linna'us 747 

bispiuosus, Walbaum 748 

atkinsii (Beau) "48 

cuvieri (Girard) 749 

gladiunculus, Kendall 2836 

cataphractus ( I'allas) "49 



XL Systematic Arrani^cvinit. 

CLASS PISCES— Coiitlnii<-<l P*Ke- 

SUBCLASS TKLEOST(»MI-Conliiiiie«l. 
Obdeu Hejiiuhaxchii— Cimtiniied. 
FamiUi (ia$terutteidir—V_it\\\\\i\\vi\. 

GcDiiH Ga«t<T«Ht<Mi8(Artc<li) LiiiDiPUS — Continued. 

williamHOui. ( J irard "SO 

iiii«roce|)lialuH (Clirard) 751 

CfCnim AjK'ltc'H. I)c Kay "52 

qiiadrncii.H ( M it cli ill) "52 

Family Aulorhi/nchidw 752 

GeoiiH AiilcirliyiK'liUH, Gill 753 

tlavidiis. Gill "54 

Familj) Aulotliimidir 754 

Genus Aulimtoniiis, Lac^pt'-ile 754 

nianilatiiH. Vali'iicieiines 754 

<'iinT<-us, Pocy 755 

Family Fitlulariiilo' "55 

Genus Fistula ritt, Linna-us 756 

taltai-aria. Linuii-us 757 

tlepn'Hsa, Giintber 757 

]ii't iniba, Lareiit-df 758 

Family 3!aeroihami>h<ind)f 758 

Gi-nus Macroilianipbosus, Lac<:p6de 759 

Hriil<i])ax (Liunirus) 759 

Order Lophobhanciiii 759 

Srm )Rr)ER SYN(iNATIII 760 

Family Syn^inathidce 760 

Genus Sipliostoiua, Ifatincsque 701 

Sub^i-nus Dt'i-nuitostetluia, Gill 7fi3 

]iuni'ti]>iiiiie {(Jill) 763 

Sul>(!cnus Si|ilit>Btonia 763 

cariiiatuui. (Jilbert 703 

inlilornienso (Storer) 764 

Uriscolineatuni (Ayres) 764 

lc|it(irbyn('buni (Girard) 764 

tiHtu latum (Peters) 785 

biirliar:!', Swain 765 

iiiai-kayi Swain A: Meek 766 

tloiidii-, .Ionian lV Gilbert 76C 

poeyi. Jordan & Everniann 766 

aulisruH, Swain 767 

pfbiKiciini (Dsbet'k) 767 

niUHseau ( Kaup) 767 

elucens (Piu-y) 768 

joneni (Giintber) 768 

riiliertsi. .Ionian A: IJutter 2837 

sinaloH-, .Ionian »V Slarks 2838 

bracbv I'epbaluni (Poey) 769 

alline (G iintlier) 769 

Heovi-lji, Kvi-rniann A: Kendall 769 

biiirdiiiniiin ( Dunirrih 770 

loiiiniahii' ((iiintber) 770 

fuxi'uiii (Storer) 770 

nUrkHii. .Ionian & Culver 771; 2838 

arrt uni, J enk ins A E \ erninnn 771 

rriniiteruni, Uvnn A l)rcnel 771 

GenuM Cnrytbniirbtbyit, Kaup 772: 2838 

nlliln.ftrU, Herkel 772 28.18 

rayeniii-nniH i.Saiivau«) 772: 2&.'l8 



Systematic A rrangcnient. 



XLI 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. p 

SUSCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Contiuued. " 

Order Lophobuanchii— Continued. 
Suborder Syngnathi— Continued. 
Familij Synynathidcu—Coni'miieA. 

Genus Corythroichtliys, Kaup— Continued. 

cayoruni, Evermann .Jc Kendall 2838 

Genus Doryrhaniplius, Kaup 7y3 

Subgenus Doryichthys, Kaup y73 

lineatus (Valenciennes) 7-3 

Subgenus Doryrbaniphua 773 

californieusis, Gill nr,o 

Genus Syngnatbiis, Linnanis r^- 

Subgenus Syngnathus " ,^~^ 

heckeli (Kaup) --^, 23,39 

Genus Ospbyolax, Cope 7^5 

pellucidus, Cope — - 

Genus Hi ppocampus, Raflnesque --yj 

ingens, Girard y.,g 

hudsonius, De Kay -f^ 

punctulatus, Guiobenot ,,yy 

stylifer, Jordan i^ Gilbert ^-a 

zostenv, Jordan & Gilbert -^g 

Order Acanthopteri ^_- 

SUBORDEK SaLMOPERC.B „' 

Family Percopsidce „^ 

Genus Perropsis, Agassiz ^g^ 

giittatus, Agassiz ,-2, 

Genus Columbia. Eigenniann &. Eigenniaun !...'. 784 

transmontana, Eigenmann i.t Eigenmann 734 

Suborder Xenarchi _,. 

Family Aphredocleridiv „„. 

Genus Apbredoderus. Le Sueur '" ^gg 

sayanus (Gilliams) ' -gg 

Suborder Percesoces ,q^ 

Family A tlicrinidce „„ 

Genus Atberina ( Artedi) Linnfeus " 7g9 

stipes, Miiller Sc Troschel .."."....'.'... 790 

laticeps. Poey „.. 

ar;ea, Jordan ."i Gilbert " ^qq 

harringtoceiisis, Goode ^j,, 

Carolina, Curier .V Valenciennes -gj 

niicrops, Poey ' 

Genus Cbirostonia, Swainson 79'>'''839 

chapahe, Jordan & Snyder ..........'.' lr^9 

projnelas, Jordan & Snyder " 3jg[, 

diazi, Jordan i Snyder " -,1,-1 

crystalhnuni, Jordan i Snyder 3j(;o 

lernuv, Jordan ^S: Snyder 3jg3 

ocotlane, Jordan i: Snyder 3jg3 

estor, Jordan ; ^^ ;'"'"!;!"; 792 ■'2889; 3165 

album (Steindacliner) o,c- 

, 0160 

huml>()ldtianum (Cnvier Jt Valenciennes) 793. 2839 

giamlocule (Steindachner) '_ ' og3f, 

Genus Ksli.psarum, Jordan \- Everniann og^^ 

bartoni, (Joidan vt Everniann) 793'. og^,, 

.iordani, (Woolman) !!"793 -'2840 • 3159 

arge, Jordan >v Snyder 3j5g 



XLii Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISr'ES-Continiif.1. I*«g«- 

SrB(^'LASS TKLEOSTOMI -Contiiiiiod. 
< (KDEU Ai AXTHOPTKRI— Continuod. 

SlBoKUtB I'KRCESOCKH— CoIltiniU'd. 
Family ,ifA?rim'<i<i'— Continued. 

Genus Klrthmdia, Jordan ii. Erennann "W 

va^rans ((imidc A: Bean) 794 

Inciniatu ( Swain ) 795 

niurtiuicn (Cuvier Ac Valoncicnnes) ... "95 

GeDU8 Mcnidia (lionuparte) Jordan i Gilbert "Wi 

lieninHulii- (Goode ii. Beuu) "97 

gracilis (Giintlier* 797 

lieryllina (Cope) 797 

aiidenn, Hay 7M 

>;illi«rti, Jiirdnn \- Bollnian 798 

suriliua (Jenkins ii. Evennaun) 799 

nieuidia ( Linnii-us) 800 

notata(Mitchill) 800; 2840 

clara, Evi-nnann J^ Jenkins 801 

GenuH Leurt'sthes. .Jordan ic Gilbert 801 

craniiTi. Jordan it, Kvi-rniann 8o2 

tennis (Ay res) 802 

Geniif) Eury stole. Jordan &. Evenuann 802 

eriarrha (Jordan ii Gilbert) 803 

Genus Thyrina. Jordan A: Culver 803 

evernianui, Jordan \- Culver 804 

cry stalliiia, Jordan & Culver 8t>4 

guatenialoii8i.'< (<Mintber» 801; 2840 

jiailiyliiiis t(;iintli.r) 801; 2840 

Genus Atbt-rim-lla, Steindachner 805 

panaineusis. Steindachner 805 

Genus I.abidestlies, Cope 805 

siceulus ((Jope) 805 

Genus .Vtherinopsis, Girard 806 

ralifornieusis. Girard 806 

(ienus Athcrinoi>s. Steindachner 807 

insulanini, Gilbert 807 

affinis ( Ay res) 807 

re>;is. Jenkins A: Everniann 808 

y.tinihi Mwiiluhf 808 

Gi-nus MiiKil (Artedi) Linnii-iis 809 

brasiliensis. AKassi/. 810 

replialus, Linna-us 811 

incilis, Hancock 812 

thiibnrni. Jordan A: Starks '*12 

cureiiia, Cuvjer A^ Valenciennes 813 

lioHpes, Jordan iV Culver »14 

tiHliiiardianiiH, Desroarest 814 

•cloHus. ttilliert 815 

trichodon, I'oey 816 

GenuH ClitiiiuniUKil. Gill 816 

prolioMcidciiH (tiiinther) 816 

(ionuH (jucriuiana, Jordan A^ (iUbert 817 

hnrentfUM ((tiiniher) 817 

gyrans. Jordan A Gilbert 818 

(ienus AKonoMiumus, Bennett 818 

Sub^'enun Itajnus, Cuvier &i VaJrucienne* 819 

|M-rcoideH. (i uut her 819 



Systematic Arrangement. XLiii 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Acanthoptert— Continued. 
Suborder Percesoces— Continued. 
Famil;/ Mu<jiUd(e — Continued. 

Genus Agouo8ton)us, Bennett — Continued. 
Subgenus Da.jaus, Cuvier &. Valenciennes— Continued. 

monticola (Bancroft) 819 

nasulus, Giinther 819 

microjis, Giintlier 820 

Genus .Joturus. Poey 820 

pichardi, Poey 821 

Genus Neomugil, Vaillant 31G5 

digueti. Vaillant 3165 

Family Sphijrainidce 822 

Genus Sphynena (Artedi) Bloch &. Schneider 822 

barracuda ( Walbaum) 823 ; 2841 

ensis, Jordan & Gilbert 82-4 

guachancho, Cuvier &l Valenciennes 824 

picudilla, Poey 824 

borealis, De Kay 825 

argentea, Girard 826 

sphyrfena ( Liunicus) 826 

Suborder Rhegnopteri 827 

Family Pohjnemidte 827 

Genus Polynenuis (Gronow) Liiinoeus 828 

quinquarius, Linnieus 828 

Genus Polydactylus, Lacep^de 828 

approximans (Laj- & Bennett) 829 

virginicus (Linn.Bus) i?29 

octonemus (Girard) ■"'•iO 

opercularis (Gill) 830 

Group Ammody toidei 831 

Familji A mmodytidce 831 

Genus Ammody tes (Artedi) Linnaus 832 

dubius, Eeinhardt 832 

americanus, De Kay 83.! 

personatus, Girard 833 

Group Berycoidei 833 

GenuH Rbynchias, Gill 2841 

set ipinnis (Pallas) 2841 

Group Berycoidei 833 

Faviily liathychipeidce 834 

Genus Batbyclupea, Alcock 834 

argentea, Goode & Bean 835 

Fain ily Stephanoberycidce 835 

Genus Stepbanoberyx. Gill 836 

nion.T, Gill 836 

gillii, Goode & Bean 836 

Family Tracfiichthyidce 836 

Genus Hoplostetbus, Cuvier & ^'alenciennes 837 

niediterraneus, Cuvier &, Valenciennes 837 

Fau) ily lierycidiv 837 

Genus Caulolepis, Gill 838 

longidens, Gill 839 

Genus Anojilogastcr, Giintlier 839 

cornutus (Cuvier i^- Valenciennes) 840 

Genus Poromitra, Goode A: Bean 840 

capito, Goode A: Bean 840 



XI, IV Srs/t»iatic Arrayit^enicnt. 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

Sl'lJCLASS TKLEnSToMI— Continual. 
(iKiiEK ArANTiioi'TEUi— ('i>ntinup<l. 

SlHuKliKK RllEiiXiiPTEKI— '■»lltillU«'<i. 
Fainilii I{erijeid<r~('i>ntit»ued. 

r.tiiUH l'lc< troniiiB. (Jill MO 

•iilxirliitaliH. (iill M41 

lutfuliri.H ( G illiert ) 842 

l>eiinii ((iiintli«T) ... 842 

rraM8i('f])H, Ciiintlier 843 

crintiot-pM (( aibiTt 1 843 

Gpnim Bi-ryx, Ciivier 844 

ilfoailnctylii)*, Cu vier &, ValeDcieunes 844 

HplfiKlciis, L<iwe 844 

Fa >/i i7;/ lliiloecii tridte 845 

(leniiH My ri prist iH, Ciivier 846 

Siili;;fniiH OHticlithys (LangsdorO 846 

triirhyjmnia, (iiinther 846 

SiiliKoiiii.>i Myrijiristij. 846 

.jacoliiiH, Ciivier i Valenciennes 846 

CM'ciilentnliH, Gill 847 

)i(i'i'iliipii8 (Gill) 847 

••larioneiisis, Gilbert 2842 

(ieiiiia IIoloo-ntru.H (Gronow) Sropoli 847 

ast'cnxionis (i >sbcck) 848 

riifiis ( Walbaiini) 849 

Hlfciler, Cope 849 

Hiiborbi talis. Gill gjO 

<i>rus(iirt, I'oi'V 851 

bracliy pterus, Poey 852 

vrxillarin^. Poey 852 

iisciiliis, I'oev 853 

8an<'ti'])aiili, Giiiithcr 853 

GeniiH Klaiiiiiieo. Jordan A; Evetnnann 852; 2871 

niarinnuH (Cuvier \ Valenciennea) 852: 2871 

GeniiH Plectrypopg, Gill 853 

retroH]>ini!< ((inichenot) 853 

Fa m i7i/ I'nlimi ixiiilit- 854 

(JenuH Polyniixia, Lowe 8.>4 

lowei, Giintlier 854 

Fnmili/ itliUidii' 855 

GeniiH MulliiH, Linnii'us 856 

anratiis. ■Tnrd.in A Gilbert 856 

GeniiH Cpeneim, Ciivier 857; 2843 

rntlibiuii. Kvernianii A JenkinH 857 

iiiaiiilatiiH (Klofli) 858 

dental iitt, Gill 850 

pnrv iiH, Piiey 859 

mart ini'MiH.Cti vier \ Valenriennes 859 

xaiitliiiKr:iiiiiiiiiH Gilbert 860 

jjraiidiiniuandn. Gill , dtio 

(irotip S<'iiiiil)roidel 860 

Familii Sriiiiihriiht 863 

GeniiK S< onilMT (.Vrtedi) Linnn-us 865 

.S||li;;ellll)t Scoliibi'r 685 

Keiinibnin, LinniiMiH 865 

Sub;:enii» Pneiiinntiip'ioruH. Jordan A GillxTt 866 

rnlinit, (inielin 806 



Systematic A rrangemen t. 



XLV 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. p 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continue.l. 
Order Acanthopteri— Contiuued. 
Suborder Rhegxopteri— Continued. 
Family <S'com6W(Z(5E— Continued. 

Genu.s Auxi.s, Cuvier gg., 

thazard (Lacepe-de) ggy 

Genus Gyiuiioaarda, Gill ggg 

pelaniis (LinnaMi.s) ggg 

alletcrata ( Rati nesquo) ggg 

Geiiu3 Tluiunus, South gga 

thyuuus (Linnii'us) g^Q 

Geuus Geniio, Jordan g-Q 

alaluu}:a (Ginelin ) gy j 

Genu.s Sarda, Cuvier gy, 

.sarda (Bloeli) g^g 

cliilensi.s, Cuvier & Valenciennes 872 

Genus Sconiberouiorus, Lacepede g73 

concolor (Lockingtou) g73 

maculatus (Mitchill) g- ^ 

sierra, Jordan .i: Starks g-. 

regalis f Bloch) gyj 

cavalla (Cuvier & Valenciennes) ! 875 

Genus Acanthocybiuni, Gill g-g 

solandri (Cuvier & Valenciennes) gyg 

Family Geinpylidce „-„ 

Genus Escolar, Jordan & Evermanu gyg . 2343 

violaceus (Bean) gyg ' .,g ,., 

Genus Ruvettus, Cocco ' g-g 

pretiosus, Cocco g-g 

Genus Epinnula, Poey ggg 

magistralis, Poey ggg 

Genus Nealotus, Johnson gg, 

tripes, Johnson gg. 

Genus Piomethichthys, Gill ggo 

proini'theus, Cuvier & Valenciennes 8g2 

parvipinuis (Goodo & Bean) '" ggg 

Genus Gempylus, Cuvier & Valenciennes 883 

serpens, Cuvier & Valenciennes ggj. 

Family Lepidopidce „„ , 

Genus Ajihanopus, Lowe 005 

minor, Collett 885 

Genus Evoxy metopon, Poey ggg 

treniatus, Poey ggg 

Genus Lepidopus, Gouan ggg 

xantusi, Goode Jc, Bean ggg. oaig 

Genus Benfhodosmus, Goode ,fc Bean ' ggy 

atlanticus, Goode >.t Bean gg. 

Family Trichiinidd' ggg 

Genus Tricliiiirus, Linnanis ggg 

lept urns, Linuajus ggg 

Family Istitiphoridoi ^„- 

Genus Istiophorus, Lacepede ggg 

nigricans ( Lacepede) '.'.'...... 891 

Genus Tetraiiturus, Karinesque 891 

imi)erator ( Hloch & Schneider) ggo 

amplus, Poey 892 



XLVi Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES-Contlnued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TP:LE()ST<)MI-(Joiitmui-.i. 

OKUKK ArASTIIOI'TKKI — ('<JUliuufU. 

St'ii()Ki>eR KnKii.voPTEHi— </<iiitiiiue«l. 

ha mil;, Ai>/i iiilte 893 

Genus XipLiii!*, Liuua-UH 893 

f^ladiiiH, LiiiiuL-u8 894 

family .\emali*lii(i(f 894 

GeliUH N'fiiiatiatiiiH. Gill 895 

pectorali.H, Gill 895 

Famil/i Carangiiiif 895 

GfDUs ( lligoplit.-s, Gill i?9« 

buiiniM ( Bloch A; Schneider) (^Hf 

wilii'Ds ( Bloch) iVi 

|i:iloiii).-ta (Cuvier A; Valeniienues) B9'J 

altii« ( Giiut Ik r) 899 

iiiiiiiduH, Jiirdau A:, St arks 2844 

(JeiiuH Naiicratcs, Ratinettque 900 

ductor, Liiiiiicus 900 

(ifiiUH Seriola, Cuvier 901 

dorsalis (Gill) 902 

zonata ( Mitchill) 902 

caroliiienHii4. Ilolbrook 902 

lalaiiili, Cuvier Jc ValencicDnes 903 

duiu.rili ( Hisso) 903 

Suli'ii-uus Zoiiii-lithys, Swaiuson 904 

iiiii'/.atlana, .Stciiidai-hner 904 

fasdata (r.lorlil.. 904 

rivoliuna Cuvier A; Valeueiennes 904 

t'aliata, Cuvier A: A'alenciennes 9o5 

< '.eiMi.H Elagat is. IJemiett 906 

lii]iiiiiiulatus ((jtuoy vt Gaimard) 9t»6 

Genus I tecapterus. JUeeker 90" 

punetatu.t ( Agassiz) 907 

Hc-oiiibriiius (ValeiiL'ieuues) »<>8 

aaurtie-heU-uii' (Cuvier A: Valencieuues) 9o8 

h ypodus, G ill 908 

iiiacarellus (Cu'ier & Valenciennes) 909 

Genuri TrachuriiM, Katlnesque 909 

syiimietricns (Ayres> 909; 2844 

inidiurus (LIuummm) 910 

<'ii'iius Trai-liuriH).-*, Gill 911 

rruiiieiiiiphtlialiiius (Bluch) 911 

Gcnu^ lli-iiiicaraiix, lUeeker 912 

aiiihlyrhynchuH (Cuvier A: Valenciennes) 912 

falcatus (Ilolbrook ) 912; 2845 

zeloles, Gllliert 284.'> 

utriiiiauiis (Jordan A Gilbert) 913 

Mecundus (Po«'y) 914 

furtlili (Steindachner) 914 

li-uciirus (Giintlier) 914 

(teuiiH Caraux. I.aiipetle 915 

Siib>;eiiu.i .Selar. Hleeker US 

vinctim. .lordau vV Gill>ort 918 

Subgenus, Cnraux 919 

ruber (Hlo« Id 019 

bnrtboloinii'l, Cuvier A: Valenciennes 01'.» 

SubcPiiUH Trii'i-oplerus Katlnemiuo •2ti 

ki|ipus (Lluuieusl 920 



Systematic A^^range^nent. XLVir 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SCTBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder Khegnopteki— Continued. 
Family Carangidce — Continued. 

Genus Caraux, Lacepede — Continued. 

Subgenus Paratractus, Gill 921 

cry.s08 (Mitchill ) 921 

piaquetus, Cuvier A: Valenciennes 921; 2846 

caballus (G iint her) 921 

Subgenu.s Carangichthys, Bleeker 922 

marginatws, Gill 922 

latus, Agassiz 923 

medusicola, Jordan & Starks 924 

lugubris, Poey 924 

melampygus, Cuvier & Valenciennes 92.5 

Subgenus Uraspis, Bleeker 926 

guara (Boiinaterre) 926 

Genus Gnatbanodon. Bleeker 927 

speciosus ( Forskal) 928 

Genus Caraugoides, Bleeker 928 

ortbograniiiius (Jordan &. Gilbert) 928 

Genus Citula, Cuvier 929 

dorsalis (Gill) 930 

Genus Alectis, Kafinesque 931 

filiaris (Blocb) 931 

Genus Hy nnis, Cuvier 932 

cubensis (Poey) 932 

hopkinsi, Jordan >.t Starks 933 

Genus Vomer, Cuvier ifc Valenciennes 933 

dorsalis, Gill 934 

setipinnis (Mitchill) 934 

spixii (Swain.sou) 2846 

gabonensis, Guiohenot 934 

Genus Selene, Lacepede 935 

(tTStedii, Liitkcn 935 

vomer (Linna'us) 936 

Genus Cbloroscombrus, Girard 937 

orqueta, Jordan & Gilbert 937 

chrysurus (Liunanis) 938 

ectenurus, Jordan & ().sgood 2847 

Genus Trachiuotus, Lacepede 939 

glaucus (Bloch) 940 

rbodopus, Gill 941 

falcatus (Linnanis) 941 

rhomboides ( Bloch) 2847 

culveri, Jordan ^: Starks 942 

kenuedyi, Steiudaehnor 942 

goodei, Jordan «.'v; Everniann 943 

argentcus, Cuvier it Valenciennes 944 

canilinus (Liuuu'us) 944 

paloiua, Jordan \- Starks 9J5 

cayeunensis, Cuvier & Valenciennes 945 

Genus Zalocys, Jordan & McGregor 2S48 

stilbe, Jordan & McGregor 2848 

Famihi Fomatoin idee 945 

Genus Pomatomus, Lac6p^de 946 

saltatrix (Linmvus) 946 



XLViii Sy.^ltDiuiic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— (JoniiDiU'ii. Vniv. 

Sri»< L ASS TKLK( »ST< »M I -( out inm-.l. 

(IKKKK ACANTIK'ITEKI— Cdlltiniuil. 

Sl'UOIIIiKK KlIEiiXol'TEKI — Colli iniU-d. 

Fa m ily llaclnjefn trUlir W7 

(ieiiiiH IJa(liy<eiitri»D. Kaui> W8 

cuiiiiiliiH (Linnifiitti 948 

Fuinilij SoineidiK M* 

Gi-niia Nofiifiis, Ciivit-r **a 

gronovii (Giiielin) M9 

(iciiiiH Pstiies, Ciivier ii Valenciennes 950 

IM-llin iiliiH, Liitken 950 

rvaiiiiplirvM. Ciivier iV Valenciennes 950 

iiiarulatUM, Liitken 951 

rejjulii.s, I'oey 951 

Familij Cori/jihtmiiilie 951 

( Jen 11^ Corvpliiiiia, Linnieiis 952 

lii|i)iiirus. Linnieiis 952 

(•([uiMi'tis, Linuii-UH 953 

Faiiiilfi Lainjiritltp 953 

(leniis Lanipris, Ketziiis 954 

liiua ((jiiieliu) 954 

Fainibi I'teraclidie 955 

(ienus l'tera<'li8. Gronow 955 

earoliiuis, Cuvii-r A: Valenciennes 956 

Fa in ill/ Urn tixiibe 956 

Genim Taractes, Lowe 957 

saiissiirii (Liinel) 957 

Genus 15raiiia, Bloch & Schneider 958 

aga.sHi7.ii, I'oey 959 

lirevoortii, I'oey 959 

rail (Blocli) 959 

Fa m ill/ Steineijeriidce 960 

< ieniiH Stoinegeria, Jonlan &. E vemiann »6o 

riiliesceuH, Jordan A: Erenuauu 961 

Family Strnmatfidte 9'?1 

GeniiH CentmlopliuH, Lacepi-de 962: 3166 

iii;,'er (G iiiellu ) 963 

<irnii8 I'aliuiiriclitliys. Bleeker 963 

pen i U iriii is ( M it cliill ) 964 

Genus I'eprilus. Cuvier 965; 3197 

puru (Liiina'us) 965 

xautliuruH((^Moy A: Gainiard) 966 

(Jeniis I'aloini-ia, Jordan A. Evennaun 966; 2849 

paluineta (.lordan i. Itolliuan) 9C6 

iiieiliiiH (Peters) 967 

Hiinilliuiun (Ay res) 967 

(lenuH I'oroiiot 118, Gill 967; 2849 

triucantlius (Peek) 967; 2«t49 

Family Icntttidtr ^ 86i» 

Geuus Irithtliys. Jordan i Gill>ert 969 

l(M'kiiit;toiii. Jordan \ Gilbert 969 

(ienus SrIii-dopliiluH, Coeco 970 

nirxliiHopliHi^UH. Cm-co 970 

UeuiiK IcosteuH. L(H-kiii>;ton 972 

a-uigniuticus, Lockiugtuu 972 



Systematic Arrangement. XLIX 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELE( )STOMI— Continued. 
Order Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder Rhegnopteri— Continued. 

Family Acrotidce 973; 2849 

Genus A crotus, Bean 975 

willoughbyi, Bean 973 

Family Zaproridce 284* 

Genus Zaprora. Jordan 2850 

sileuus, Jordan , 2850 

Family G raminicolepididce 975 

Genus GrammicoLpis, Poey 974 

biacbiuaculus, Poey 974 

Family Telraijonuridce 97S 

Genus Tetragonurus, Ri.sso 975 

cuvieri, Kisso 976 

Family Penqjheridce 977 

Genus Peiui)heris, Cuvier & Valenciennes 977 

mexicauus, Cuvier & Valenciennes 978 

schomburgki, Miiller i Troschel 978 

mulleri, I'oey 978 

poey i, Beau 979 

Group Percoidea 979 

Family Elassomidcv 981 

Geuus Elassoiua, Jordan 982 

zonatum, Jordan 982 

e vergladei, Jordan 982 

Family Cent rarchidte 984 

Geuus Pomoxis, Kafinesque 986 

annularis, Rafinesque 987 

sparoides (Lac6pede) 987 

Genus Centrarcbus, Cuvier &. Valenciennes 988 

macropterti.s (Lacepede) 988 

Genus Acantbarcbus, Gill •. 989 

poiuotis (Baird) 989 

Genus A.mbloplites, Ratinesque 989 

rupestris (Rafinesque) 990 

cavifrona, Cope 990 

Genus Archoplites, Gill 990 

interruptus (Girard) 991 

Genus Cb;i'nobryttus, Gill 991 

gulosus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 992 

Gentis Enneacantbus. Gill 992 

obesua (Caird) 993 

gloriosus (Holbrook) 993 

Genus Mesogonistiua, Gill 994 

clui'todon (Baird) 995 

Genus Aiioiuotis, Rafinesque 995 

cyauellus (Rafinesque) ». 996 

iscbyrns (Jordan & Nelson) 997 

pbenax (Cope ^t Joi-dan) 997 

punctatus (Cuvier Jc Valenciennes) 997 

syrumetricus (Forbes) 998 

Genus Lepomis, Rafinesque 999 

Subgenus Lepomis 1001 

auritus t Linna'us) 1001 

solis (Cuvier ^li: Valenciennes) 1001 

miniatus, Jordan 1002 

Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 IV 



Systematic A rrangcmcnt. 



CLASS PISCES— ContiiiuAd. Page. 

sriU'LASS TKLKOSTOMI-ContinuiHl 
()Kl>EK ArAXTIIiil'TKKI -<^'oiitinufil. 

Si'BOKDKK HllKiiXUITEkl — Ton till lied. 
Fatnili/ ('l'llll•aretlilla^—('^lUtilt^U'^\. 

Genua Li-poiiiiH, ICnliiiCHi|iii'— (.'oiitiniied. 

Sub;;i-iiiiH Xt-notiH. Jordan 1002 

ganiiaui, Forl>t'« 1002 

inct:alutiH (ItafineHriiici 1002 

ijiiliCi-niDi fIplio|M;rca, Jordan 1004 

liuiiiiliM ((iirard) 1004 

hiii)lo;,'iiatliiiH, Copi' liKM 

nia<r(>ihirii8. Katim-siiuf 1005 

l.allidurt (Mitchill) 1005 

GeniiH Kii]iuiiioli8. (lill i Jordan 1006 

Siib;.'t'nus Xystropliti-H, Jordan loo6 

liiilliiliis ( AKii-ssiz) 1000 

Siibgcnu.t Kii|>oiiiotis lob' 

liero.s (Hiiird .v (Jirard) 1007 

)iuUiri>oki (t'livicr A: Valencienuei«) 1008 

euryoni.H ( McKay ) KHig 

gilibiisiiM ( Linnuua) 1009 

Genus MirropteruH. Lar^pi-de 101<> 

diilitiiiieii, Laeepedo 1011 

saliiioides ( Lacep^de) 1012 

Family Kuhliid(e 1013 

Genus Kulilia, Gill 1013 

ar«e, Jordan A: Bulluian 1014 

xeuura (Jordan A: Gilbert) 1015 

Fatnili/ Vercidtt ItilS 

Genus Stizimtedion. Kafiuesqiie 1020 

Subgenus Sti/osledion 1021 

vitreuni (Mitcliill) 1021 

Sub>;enu8 (,'yuoperca, Gill Jt Jordan 1022 

canadenae (SniitU) 1022 

griHcuin (De Kay) 1022 

boreuni (Girard) 1022 

Genus I'erca (Artedi) Linua-us 1023 

llavesiens (Mi tcbill) 1023 

(Jeniis Peri-iua, Haldeman 1024 

rex . Jordan \ K verniann 1025 

raprodus (Kalinesqiie) 1026 

/.(•bra ( AgasHJz) 1027 

<ienuH IladrDpternM, AgaMsiz 102X 

Subgenus A honliuH, Girard 1030 

].lm\o< epIialiiM (Nelson) 1030 

iiiiKriirepbalus (Cope) 1031 

iiiaculatuH (Giranl) 1031 

HHpro (Cope \ Jordan) 10:ii 

Kiinilieri i Kigenniann Si. Kigeuniann) 1033 

pellatiiH (StiiUlbr) .• 1034 

oiiai lilla- (Jordan \ Gilbert) 1035 

niaiioku (Jordan \ .leiikinii) 1036 

Siibgi'iiiiH Krii'oHiiia Jordan \ Co|H>land 1036 

evidiH (Jordan A Copcland) 1036 

Subgenus S-rraria, (iilbert 1037 

Bclenis, Sw»in 1037 

•erriilii, Jordan A Gilbert 1038 

iiia.Mukui'kienHls, Eveniiauu 3166 



Systematic A rrangemen t. n 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Pa„e 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continaed. " ' 

Order Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder Rhegnopteri- -Continued. 
Family Percid«— Continued. 

Genus Hadropterus, A gassiz— Continued. 

Subgenu.s Hadropterus lQ3g 

nigrofasciatus, Aga.ssiz lQ3g 

Genu.s Hyiwliomus, Cope 2039 

Subgenus Swaiuia, Jordan & Evermann 1040 

squamatus ((iilbert 4i Swain) j()40 

Subgenus Hypoboinus jq40 

auratitiacus (Cope) Kj^,, 

cyniatota?nia (Gilbert &. Meek) 1,141 

nianguffi (Gilbert & Meek) I,j42 

spilotus (Gilbert) IO43 

Genus Cottogaster, Putnam IIJ44 

Subg(aiu8 Cottogaster 1044 

urauidea (Jordan & Gilbert) IO44 

copelandi (Jordan) j,j45 

Subgenus Iniostonia, Jordan. ],)4(i 

sliumardi (Girard) 1^45 

chency i, Evermann & Kendall 2851 

Genua Ulocentra, Jordan 2^,4- 

stigniipa (Jordan ) -^ox-j 

gilbert!, Evermann & Thoburn IO49 

mea<li<ii, Jordan ..'^ Evermann 28.52 

verecunda (Jordan & Evermann) 1049 

bistrio (Jordan & Gilbert) 1Q5q 

simotera (Cope) 2051 

phlox (Cope) JQ52 

Genus Diplesion, Kafinesque 1052 

blennioides (Kafinesque) 1^53 

Genua Boleosonia, Do Kay 2054 

longimanus (Jordan) 2054 

podoatemone (Jordan .t Jenkins) IO55 

nigrum (Ratincs(iue» ]Q5g 

olmstedi (Storei) 2057 

eil'ulgens (G irard ) j ,15^ 

vexillare (Jordan) 2o.'i8 

maculaticeps (Cope) ]05g 

mesa-iim (Cope) 2^53 

susana' ^Jordan ..t Swain) 2059 

Subgenus Vaillantia, Jordan 2060 

catnurum, Forbes 20C0 

Genus Crystallaria, Jordan & Gilbert 2060 

asprella (Jordan ) 2o61 

Genus Ammocryiita. Jordan 20tU 

pellucida (Baird) joc^ 

clara (Jordan & ileek) 2063 

vivax ( Hay ) j^ig.j 

beanii, Jordan ,q(.. 

Genus loa, Jordan >.t Bray ton 20,-^ 

vitrea (Cope) ""■ ^^^^ 

^■g'^'Hay 1005 

Genus Etlieostoma, Kafinesque lOco 

Subgenus Pocilich t liys. Agassiz \\ IO69 

variatum. Kirtland 2Qg,^ 



Ill Systematic A rrangancnt. 



CLASS I'lSCES-CoDtinueil. P«ge 

srilCLASS TKLE()ST(>MI— < ..ninnu-ci. 

OKOKIt A'ANTIMI'TERI Colli in U»il. 
SfBOlCIiKK l:ilE<.N<i|'TKKI -CoIllillUftl. 

Family /Vrri(/<r-(.'oiitinuril. 

(It-nun EtheoMtoriia. H.itinpmiui'— Continued. 

Suliijfnus Nanontoiiifl. Putnam 10^0 

nwanniinoii, Jonlan ii. Kvermann 1070 

tlialanslnimi (Jonlan &. IJrayton) 1071 

inmrii>tuui (Jordan it Brayton) 10~2 

blennius, GllWrt i Swain 1"'2 

rupt'Htre. (Jilbirl ii Swain l^J'^ 

ele),'anB ( Hay ) '""^ 

zonale (Cope) 1""^ 

artanHanuni. Jordan A: Gilbi-rt 10T5 

Suligt-niiH Notliouotus, Agassiz 1"~5 

cariiiiruiii (Colx-) 1^'^ 

viiliitTatuni (Cope) 10" 

niaculatuni, Kirtland 1077 

ciniTi-uiii. Storcr lOio 

tessellatuni, Storer 1078 

rutiliniat uni (Cope) 1079 

jordani, ( Jilliert 107» 

Siibjijenns Tornntaria, Jordan & Evermann 1080 

sagitta, Jordan A; Swain I'W'O 

aiistrale, Jordan 1081 

SuliK«un8 N'ivicola, Jordan i. Evermann 1082 

lioreale (Jordan) 1082 

SutigenuM lUline.tiiuielluH, Jordan &. Evermann 1082 

pottsii (Cirard) 1082 

Suligr-nuH Oli;;o<ephalu8, Girard H'83 

ic.wii . Jordan \ Meek 1083 

aubeenaiilM?i, Evermann 3167 

.)e«8iif (Jordan A: IJray ton) 1084 

liiteovini tuni, Gilliert it Swain 1086 

lepidogenys. Evermann A: Kendall 1087 

cu-ruleuni, Storer 1088 

upectabile (Agassiz) 108'J 

lepidiim (Halrd i Girard) 1089 

lip|>eranoc-, .lordan A: Evermann 1090 

)>inu-tulatum (Auassiz) 1090 

iragini, Gilbert 1091 

obeyeUHi-, Kir.->ch 1092 

pugel, Meek 10»2 

virgatniu (Jordan) 1093 

Snbgeuu* Clarieola, Jonlan A: Evermann 1093 

Julia, Meek 1093 

a»te»iie (llay ) lOW 

alabnuiie (Gilbert ic Swain) loi'5 

whipplli (Girard) 1"9-'' 

N<|uatiiieepH. Jordan 1096 

Sub):euuN KtlieoHtoma 101>7 

Ilabelliire, Kail liemi ue 1*'*7 

cumlx'rlandlruni. Jordan i Swain ^098 

llneolutuin ( AKas^izi lOM 

GenuH Alvariun, Girard IW* 

lalenilU. Girard lOW 

(ieiiUN rnyeliromanter, Jordan A' Evermar.u WW 

tuacumbia (Gilbert A: Swain) 1100 



Systematic A rraiigement. Li 1 1 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. * Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder Rheonopteri— Continued. 
Famil;/ Percidce — Continued. 

Genus Copelantlellus, Jordan & Evermann 1100 

quiescen-s (.Jordan) lldO 

Genus Boleiclitliys, Girard UOl 

fu.siformis ((}irar<l) 1101 

exiH.s, Girard 1103 

Genus Microporca, Putnam 1103 

pneliaris, Hay 1103 

punctulata, Putnam 1104 

fonticola (Jordan & Gilbert) 1104 

Family Oheilodipteridce 1105 

Genus Apogon Lacepi-de 1106 

iuiberbis (Liunrt'us) 1107 

dovii, Giinther 1108 

retrosella ( (1 ill) 1108 

niaculatus (Poey) 1109 

binotatus (Poey) 1109 

pijiHientarius (Poey) 1100 

atricaudus, Jordan iS: McGregor 2853 

Genus Apogoniclitliys, Bleeker 1110 

alutus (Jordan A: Gilbert) llli) 

stellatus, Cope 1110 

puucticulatus, Poey 1111 

Genus Glossamia, Gill 1111 

l)andioni8 ((ioode A: Bean) 1111 

Genus Epigouus, Eafinesque 1111 

occidentalis, Goode & Beau 1112 

Genus Clieilodipterus, Lacep6de 11 12 

affiuis, Poey 1113 

Genus Amiichthys, Poey 1113 

diapterus (Poey) 1113 

Genus Sphyrirnojis, Gill 1114 

bairdianus, Poej- 1114 

Genus Scombrops, Temmiuck & Scblegel 1114 

Subgenus Latebrus, Poey 1114 

ooulatus (Poey) 1114 

Genus Hypoclydonia, Goode ifc Bean Ill") 

bella, Goode i; Bean 1115 

Family Centroponiidce lllti 

Genus Centropomus, Lac6pMe 1117 

viridis, Lookington 1118 

undecinialis (Bloch) 1118 

nigresceiis, Giintber 1119 

pediniacula, Poey 1119 

grandoculatus, Jenkins ..t Evermann 1120 

cuvieri, Bocourt 1121 

mexicanus, Bocourt 1121 

parallelus, Poey 1122 

pectinatus, Poey 1122 

uuionensis, Bocourt 1122 

aruiatus, Gill 1123 

rol)alito, Jordan & Gilbert 1123 

ousiferus, Poey U25; 2853 



i,rv Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCEtv- OmtiniiPfl. I'uf 

Sl'IlCLASS TKLKdSTOMI— ronfiiiiied. 
OrI'EK Aiaxtiidi'Tkhi— Continued. 
SriioKLiKK ;:he<..voitkri— r'ontiniuMl. 

Family SerraniiUr 112* 

GeniiHRoioiis, Mitchill 1131 

Subgenus Lepiheina. llillinemiui- 1132 

elirysopM (KatineHiiiie) 1132 

Subgenus lloccus 1132 

li neat U8 ( Blmh ) 1 1 32 

(ienus Mnrone, Mitetiill 1133 

interrupt II, Gill 1134 

aniericann (Ginelin) 1134 

Genus Liojiroponui, Gill 1135 

alierraus (I'oey) 1136 

Genus Clioristisliuni, Gill 1136 

rubrum (Poey) 113<'i 

Genus StereolejiiB, Ayres 1137 

gigns, Ayres 1137 

Genus Polyjirion, Cuvier IIM 

iinieriran\is (Hloeh Ji: Schneider) 1139 

Genus Goniopieetrus, Gill 1139 

liispaiius (Cuvier & Valenciennes) , 1140 

Genus I'etronii'topon, Gill 1140 

pananieiisis (Steiiidachner) 1141 

iTuentat us { Lacrpcde) 1141 

coronatus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1142 

Genus It<Hlianu8, Bloch 1143 

tn-niops (Cuvier &. Valenciennes) 1144 

fulvus ( Linna-us) 1 144 

ruber (Bloch A: Schneider) l\A't 

puiictatus (Linna-us) 1146 

Subgenus Mi-ncpliorus, Poey 114C 

(lubius (I'oey) 1146 

j»uuctiferus (Poey) 1147 

Subgenus Knneistus, Jonlan <.V Evennann 1147 

acantliistius (Gilbert) 1147 

(tenus Kpini'|i)ielus. Blocb 1148 

Subgenus Schist OPUS. Gill 11^1 

niystacinus (Poey) IIM 

Subgenus Epinephelus 1152 

analogus, Gill 1152 

adscensionis (Osbeck) 1152 

gunza (Linna-us) 1154 

laliriforniis (Jenyns) 1155 

tiavolinibatus, Poey 11. 'i5 

nlphobles. Gilbert & Starks 2M3 

niveatus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) ll.'>6 

striatuH (IlbM-h) 1157 

guttat us ( Linna-UH) 1 158 ; 3197 

druuiuiond bayi. (iouiIp &: Bean 1159 

Miorio (Cuvii-r \ \'aleT!cleune8) 11«*"<1 

(ienus (iarriipa, Jordan 1161 

nigrlttt (Holbr.M.k) 1161 

(ienus Prou'.irrops (Gill) Poey 1162 

itainra (Licbtensieln) 1162; 311»7 

(irnun Alphest4s, Bloch \ Schneider 1164 

chloropteruN <<'uvia<r A Valenciennes) 1164: 2i*,'>4 

uiultigiittatUN i(; lint her) 1165 



Systematic Arrangement. LV 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page- 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI- Continued. 
Ordek Acanthopteei— Continued. ' 

Suborder Rhegnopteri— Continued. 
Fatnily Serranidce — Continued. 

Genus Derniatolepis, Gill 116(f 

Subgenus Liopcrca, Gill IIGT 

inermis (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 11G7 

zanclus, Everniann & Kendall 2854 

Subgenus Derniatolepis lies' 

punctatus, Gill 116S- 

Genus Mycteroperca, Gill 1169' 

Subgt-nus Archoperca. Jordan k, Everniann 1171 

boulengeri. Jordan <fc Starks 1171 

Subgenus Trisotropis, Gill 1172" 

venenosa (Linna'us) 1172 

apua (Blocb) 117if 

bonaci (Poey) 1174 

xanthostictii, Jordan & Swain 117& 

Jordan i (Jenkins &, Everniann) 1176- 

microlepis (Goode & Bean) 117T 

interstitialis (Poey) 1I7S 

diiuidiata (Poey) 1179- 

xenarcba, Jordan 1180 

Subgenus Parepinephelus, Bleeker IISO- 

rubra (Blocb) 1180' 

Subgenus Xystroperca, Jordan &. Evermann 11 8t 

pardalis, Gilbert 1181 

Subgenus Mycteroperca 11 8? 

olfax (Jenyns) 118J 

ruberrinia, Jordan & Bollman 1185 

rosacea (Streets) 1184 

falcata (Poey) 1184 

plienax, Jordan & Swain \\%^ 

venadoruni, Jordan & Starks 1186- 

calliura, Poey 1186- 

hopkinsi, Jordan Sc Rutter 2855 

boulengeri, Jordan &; Starks 2856- 

tigris (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 118T 

caiuelopardalis (Poey) 118T 

Genus Cratiuus, Steindaclin«r IISS 

agassizii, Steindacbncr 1188- 

Genus Ilypoplectrus, Gill 1189- 

laniprurus (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1190 

unicolor (Walbavim) 1190- 

puella (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1102 

vitulinus (Poey) 1192 

pinnivarius (Poey) 1192: 

guttuvarius (Poey) 1192. 

gunimigutta (Poey) 1192 

crocotus (Cope) 1192: 

aberrans (Poey) 1193 

accensus (Poey) 1193- 

aflBnis ( Poey ) 1 193 

chlorurus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1193 

nigricans (Poey) 119? 

indigo (Poey) 1193^ 

bovinus (Poey) 119$ 

gemuia, Goode & Bean 119$ 



Lvi Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS IMSCES— ContliiiiMl. I'age. 

SUBCLASS TELE( )ST( >M I— Conlinue.l. 
URUKK ArANTHor-TEiti— Cont inutil. 

Sl'HoRUEB KlIEfiXMl'TKKI— ContilllU'd. 
Family Srrriinittir—('oiitinne>\. 

CU'iiuM I'aralabnix, Cirurd - H-*-* 

uelxilil'cr (Ciranli 1195 

niii<;iiliitiifa»iiatu8 (Steiiulaihner) 1190 

huim riilis (Cuvier &. Valenriennes) 1196 

flat hratus {( ".irard ) 1197 

OenuH Cfntroi>ri«tes, Cuvier : 1198 

Sul>i;cuu8 CeiitropriHtes 1199 

rufuH, Cuvier i.t Valencieuni's 1199 

Btriatus (Liiiua;u8) 1199 

ocyuru8 (Jordan i Evennaim) 120<i 

Subyenns TrilidmruH. Gill 1201 

idiiladolidiitus (Linnu-us) 1201 

Genus Diidcctnnu, llolbrook 1203 

Sul>;;«iius Haliporca, Gill 1204 

»<iuru8, (lilbert !204 

radiab- (Quoy Jt Gainiard) 1204 

luacropuraa (Giiiitlier) 1205 

euryidectruiii, Jordan &. BoUnian 12o6 

Suligeiins Diplcit rum 12l>7 

forniosuni (Linnii'us) 1207 

GenuH I'rionodcs, Jeiiyns 1208 

Subfjfiiiis I'riouiides 1210 

leriuideiis (Gilbert) 1210 

I UHCuhis ( I'ocy ) 1211 

I>bnbe ( Vitey ) 1211 

bald Willi, Kveniiann Jt Marsh 3168 

fasciatus, Jcnyns 1212 

bulleri (ISoulengor) 12Kt 

Snb(;enii8 Men t iperca, Gill 1214 

tigrinus (Uloch) 1214 

tubarariuH (Cuvier i Valenciennes) 1215 

tiavescens (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1215 

luriopercanus (Poey) 1216 

8tilbii8tignia, Jordan A: Bollnian 1216 

Genus Dules, Cuvier 1217 

HubliKarius (Coi>e) 1218 

di8pihiru«(Giintlnr) 1219 

aiirii;a, Cuvier A Valenciennes 1220 

GcnuM I'arantbiaH. Gniclienot 1221 

furrifiT ((Ju\ier A:. Valenciennes) 1221 

GeniiH Ileniiantliias, Steindacliner 1222 

|>eruanu8, Steindacliner 1222 

vivauiis (Jonlan \ Swain) 1223 

Genus I'ronolograninius, (Jill 1224 

eos, Gilbert 1224 

niultifiiHciatus, (Jill 1226 

Genus A iitliian, Bb.cli 1226 

asperillnKiiiH, Giinlher 1227 

GeiiuH ( Icy nnt bias. Jordan \ Everniann 1227 

niartinicensis ((iuiebenotf 1228 

4ienuH t irnniina, I'oey 12'.'8 

loret .1. I'oey 1229 

Genus KhcKiiia. Gilbert 3169 

IhRuniasium.liilberl 8170 



Systematic Arrangemeyit. lvii 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Coutinue.l. 
ORDfcR ACANTHOPTERI— Continued. 
Suborder Rhegn-opteri— Continued. 
Family Serranidce — Continued. 

Genus Rypticus, Cuvier 1229 

xanti, Gill 12:;! 

bicolor (Valenciennes) 1231 

saponaceus (Bloch 6c Schneider) 12.32 

arenatus, Curier Sc Valenciennes 12.S2 

coriaceu.s (Cope) 1233 

Subgenu.s Proraicropterus, Gill 1233 

bi.strispinus (Mitchill) 1233 

nigripinnis, Gill 1234 

Family Lobotidce j 1235 

Genus Lobote.s, Cuvier 1235 

surinamensis (Bloch) 1235 

pacificus, Gilbert 2S.'J7 

Fam.ily Priacanthidce 123fi 

Genus Priacanthus, Cuvier 1237 

arenatus, Cuvier & Valenciennes 1237 

cruentatus (Lacepede) 1238 

carolinus, Lesson 28.58 

Genus Pseiulopriacanthus, Bleeker 1239 

serrula, G ilbert 1239 

altus (Gill) 1239 

Family LiUianidce 1241 

Genua Hoplopagrus, Gill 1244 

guntheri, Gill 1244 

Genus Evoplites, Gill 1245 

viridis ( Talenciennes) 1246 

Genus Keonia-ni.s, Girard 1247 

Subgenus Neoma-nis 1251 

jordani, Gill)ert 1251 

novemfasciatus (Gill) 1252 

cyanopterus (Cuvier tt Valenciennes) 1254 

griseus (Linnanis) 1255 

jocu (Bloch & Schneider) 1257 

apodus (\Vall)auiu) 1258 

argentiventris (Peters) 1200 

lutjanoides (Pooy) 1201 

buccanella (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1201 

vivanus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1262 

hastingsi, Bean 2858 

aya (Bloch) 12C4 

analis (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1265 

Colorado (Jordan & Gilbert) 1267 

brachypterus (Cope) 1208 

guttatus (Steindachner) 1269 

synagris (Linuivus) 127o 

ambiguus ( Poey) 1271 

mahogoiii (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1272 

Subgenus Raizero, Jordan & Fesler 1273 

aratus (Giinther) 1273 

Genus Rabirubia. Jordan & Fesler 1274 

ineriuia (Peters) I274 

Genus Ocyurus, Gill I275 

clirysurus (Bloch) 1275 



LViii Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— <'onfiniieil. Pape. 

srUCLASS TKI.KOSTOMI— <;ontiiiiie<l. 

OKUER AfAXTIK uteri - ('Olltlllll<<l. 
Sn:i<KI»EK UlltOMin KHI— Con tinned. 
Family Luliaiiidit — CuntiDHvd. 

(ieijiiit KhdinlMipliUut (iJill) 1LT6 

aiiri>riilM-im (fiivicr A- Valenciennes) 12TT 

(ieniiH Ap.sjlus Ciivk-r i Valenciennes 1278 

Siib^jeniiM Tnipiiliiiius. Gill 1278 

(lentaiiiH, (iiiiclienot 1278 

Genus A prion. Ciivicr it Valenciennes 1279 

Siil.pniis PlatyiniiiM.Gill 1280 

niHcroplithuliiiUH (Miiller i Troschel) 12hO 

Genus Eti'lis, Cuvier A: Valenciennes 1281 

•Miilal us (Cu virr &■ Valenciennes) 1282 

ai|uiluuariH ((Joode &. Bean) 1283 

Genus Vi-riius, Poey 1283 

Nordidn.s, I'uey 1284 

Genu.s Xciiooys, Jonlan A Bollman 1285 

.jessiji', . Ionian A liolhuan 1285 

Genus XfhistiuH. Jordan & Gilbert 12>^ 

•■iilifornitiisis (Sticndacliner) 1286 

Genus Xeuiclitbys. Gill 1287 

agas.si/.ii, Steindachner 1287 

xanti, Gill 1287 

Genus Nt-uiiptenis, Swainson 1288 

uiacronenius (Giintber) 1289 

fa III ily Ili'tn ulidte 1289 

Genus Ila-inulon, Cuvier 1291 

sext'asciatuni. Gill 1294 

allium. Cuvier & Vab-ncicnnes 1295 

niacrostoniuni, Giintber 1298 

bonariensi-, Cuvier & Valenciennes 1297 

parra (Desuiarest) 1297 

scuddtri, Gill 1299 

bi'lcna-, BoulengtT 3171 

carbonari uni, Poey 13(iO 

Ktcindacluicri (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1301 

luelaiiuruni (Linna-us) 13(G 

Hciurus ^Sbaw) 1303 

pluniieri (Laci'p^de) 1304 

ttavolineatuni (Desmarest) 1306 

Genus lirachygcnys, Scudiler 1307 

<'lirysar;:yrcus (Giintber) 1307 

Genus Itatliy stoma. Scudder 1308 

riiiiator (Jordan A Swain) 1308 

aurolincatum (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1310 

striatum (Linna-us) 1310 

Genus Lytbrulon, Jonlan 4. Swain 1311 

tlaviguttatum (Gill) 1312 

opalem-ens, .Ionian A Starks 1312 

Genus <»rtbost<icbiis, Gill 1113 

niHculicaiida. Gill 1313 

(ieniis Aiiisotrenius, Gill 1314 

Subgenus ParacoiuMlon, Hleeker 1316 

pacitirl (GiiiitbiT) 1316 

casius (Jonlan Si GillHTt) 1313 

dovll (GUnther) 1317 



Systematic Arrangement. lix 



CLASS PISCES— Continue.l. Page. 

• SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder Rhegnopteri— Continued. 
Family llvemu lidce — Continued. 
Genus Anisotremus, Gill — Continued. 

Subgenu.s Anisotremus 1318 

surinamensis ( Klocli) 1318 

iuterruptus (Gill) 1319 

biciilor (Casteluau) 1319 

scapulaiis (Tsohudi) 1320 

davidsonii (Steindachner) 1321 

spleniatu.s (Poey) 1321 

tieniatus, Gill J322 

virginicus (Linnseus) 1322 

serrula (Cuvier &, Valenciennes) 1323 

Genus Conodon, Cuvier & Valenciennes 1324 

nobilis (Linna-us) 1324 

serrifer, Jordan .t Gilbert 1324 

Genus Bracbydeuterus, Gill 1325 

nitidus (Steindachner) 132G 

corvinielbrmis (Steindachner) 1326 

leuci.scus (Giiuther) 1327 

axillaris (Steindachner) 1328 

Genus I'oniadasis, Lacepede 1329 

Subgenus Itbencus, Jordan Si Evermanii 1331 

panaraensis (Steiiidac liner) 1331 

Subgenus Pristipoina, Cuvier 1331 

bayanus, Jordan & E vermanu 1331 

I)roductu8 (Poey) 1332 

macracanthus (Giinther) 1332 

andrei (Sauvage) 1332 

Subgenus Khoncisc us, Jordan & Evermann 1333 

crocro (Cuvier iV; Valenciennes) 1333 

branicki (Steindachner) 1333 

ramosus (Poey) 1334 

labraciforuie (Boulenger) 3172 

Genus Orthopristis, Girard I334 

Subgenus Orthopristis 133(j 

t'orbesi, Jordan A: Starks 1336 

reddingi, Jordan A^ Richardson 1336 

chalceus (Giinther) I337 

chrysopterus (Linnieus) 133(j 

poeyi, Scudder 133a 

cantharinus (Jeuyns) I339 

Subgenus Evapri.st is, Jordan it Evermann 1340 

letluipristis, Jordan \- Fesler 1340 

Genus Isaciella. Jordan A: Fesler I34O 

brevipinuis (Steiudacliner) I34I 

Genus Microlepidotus, Gill 1341 

inornatus, Gill 1341 

Genus Geuyatreuius, Gill 1342 

luteus (Bloch) 1342 

Fatnily Sparidce 1343 

Genus Otrynter, Jordan it Evermann I344 

caprinus (Bean) I345 

Genus Stenotomus. Gill 1345 

chrysops (Linnieus) 1346 

aculeatus (Cuvier iV Valenciennes) 1346 



I,X Systeviatic Arrangevitnt. 



CLASS I'IS(;KS— Coniimiea. I'afjf. 

Sl'HCLASS TKLKOSToMI— CViiitinuixl. 
Okuek Aiaxthoiteki— Continiii'd. 
SL'BoKDEK RllE<iXOI'TEKI— ( out iuiie<l. 
Fa m i7i/ Sita rUlir - Con t i ii iiftl . 

(ieinis Culainurt. Sw!iin«i>n 134T 

Siibgi'iiUM CalaiiiiiM 1349 

culuiiiiiH (Cii\ ier i Valcmieniu-n) 1348 

proriiltiin, Jordan A: ( lillMTt 1350 

kfndiilli, KviTniami iV Mari'li 3172 

IM-nniit Ilia, ( i ii irlxnot 1351 

Jia.jonado ( Hlo<li A: Sclintlder) 1352 

Subgi-niiM (Iraninialfiis. I'oi-y 1353 

l>rafli\ Hoinns ( Lookin;;ton) 1 353 

liMicoHtfim, Jordan \- (till)ert 1353 

iuacro|m, Toj-y '354 

taiiriniia (Jt-nnys) 1354 

peuua (thi viiT & Valenciennes) 1354 

arotifronB. Go«kIc iV hean 1355 

nic<liiiM (I'oey) 1356 

Genua I'a;;ruH, Cuvier 1350 

pagruH (I.innii'iiB) 1356 

(ienu!4 I.a;iii<l<>n. Holltrook 1357 

rlioiiilioidcs ( Linui)'ii8) 1358 

(iiMiiin Arclirwar^us, (iill 1358 

Subgenus Salcniii. Jordan A: Evennann 1359 

uninuK-ulatus (Ulocli) 1-159 

pouitaleHii (Steindarhner) I'lCO 

t ridcim ( I'oey ) 1360 

Subgt-nuH Archosargus 1361 

probatcH't'iibaluH ( Walbaum) 1361 

ari<'» (Cuvier v"t Valenciennes) 13rtl 

Genus DiploduM, I{atliiesi|ue 1362 

bolbnx.kii (B.-an) 1362 

argenteus (Cuvier iV Valenciennes) ■ 1363 

i*argu8 ( Linua-us) l'"J3 

Faiiiilii 3lii'iiiJ(e 1364 

Genus Spicara, Uallnesiine 1364 

martinlca (Cuvier A Valenciennes) 1364 

Genus Kniiuelicbtbys, Richardson 1365 

Subgenus Inenuia, I'oey 1365 

viltatUM (I'oey) 1365 

Fainilj/ (irrritlir 136»> 

Genus Kucinostouius, Itaird A Girard 1367 

dowi (Gill) 1367 

pHcudogula, Poey 1368 

liarenyulus. GiMMle iV Ilean 1368 

laUroriiiensis(Gill) 1369 

gula I ( 'ux ier A: Val.nciecnes) 1370 

Genus riienia, Jordan vt Kvunnann 1371 

lefroyi ((joode» 1371 

Genus XyHtieiua, Jonlan Jc Kverniann 1372 

cinereiiHi ( Walbaum » 1372 

Genus Gerres, Cu\ ier . ... 137;i 

Subgenus Moliiirra. I'oey 1374 

rhonibeun, Cuvier A Valenciennes 1374 

Subgenus I)iapleruN, Ilan/ani 1375 

aurtHiliis, Jonlan \- GilU'rt 1375 



Systematic Arrangement. 



LXI 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— CoDtinue.l. 
Order Acaxthopteri— C'ontiuued. 
Si'BORDEB Khegxopteri— Continued. 
Family Ger liclce— Continued. 

Genus Gerres, Ciivier— Continued. 
Subgenus Diapterus, Eanzani— Continued. 

peruvianu.s, Cuvier &. Valenciennes 1376 

olisthostomus, Goode «fe Bean 2370 

Subgenus Gerre.s I377 

brevinianus, Giint her I377 

lineatus (Humboldt) I377 

brasilianus, Cuvier & Valenciennes ]37g 

enibryx, Jordan & Starks I379 

plumieri, Cuvier &. Valenciennes I379 

mexicanus, Steindachner 138y 

Fatnilg Kyphondce 13g^) 

Genus Girella, Gray 13gl 

nigricans ( Ajres) 13g2 

Genus Doj-dixodon, Valenciennes 13g2 

freminvillei, Valenciennes 13g2 

Genus Herniosilla, Jenkins & Evermann 13g3 

azurea, Jenkins & Everniaun J3g3 

Genus Kj-j)liosus, Lacepede 13g4 

analogus (Gill) J3g5 

incisor (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1386 

elegans (Peiers) 1387 

sectatrix (Linnreus) 1387 

lutescens (Jordan e*e Gilbert) 1388 

Genus Sectator, Jordan & Eesler 1389 

ocyunts (Jordan ct Gilbert) 1389 

Genus Medialuna, Jordan &, Fesler 1390 

califoruiensis (Steindachner) I39I 

Family Scicenidct; 2gg.> 

Genus Seriphus, Ay res 1397 

politus, Ayres I397 

Genus Isoi)isthus, Gill 1398 

reuiit'er, Jordan Si. Gilbert 1398 

parvipinnis (Cuvier A^ Valenciennes) I399 

Genus Buccone, Jordan & Evermann I4O0 

pricdatoria (Jordan & Gilbert) I400 

Genus Cynoscion, Gill 1400 

Subgenus Cynoscion 1403 

acoupa (Lacepede) 2403 

8(iuaniipinnis (riiiniher) I404 

othonopterus, Jordan &. Gilbert I404 

obliquatus (Valenciennes) I405 

janiaicensis (Vaillant Jc Bocourt) 1406 

nothus (Holbrook) J406 

regalis (Bloch.t Schneider) I407 

tbalassinus (Holbrook) I407 

reticulatus (Giinther) 140g 

nebulosus (Cuvier A: Valenciennes) I409 

parvipinnis, Ayres 14j0 

xanthulus, Jordan &. Gilbert I410 

albus (G Linther) 14 2 ^ 

macdonaldi, Gilbert 14 1 1 

stolzmanni (Steindachner) 1412 



i,x 1 1 Systematic A rrayigement. 



CLASS PISCES— Contiuu.-d Page. 

SCIWJLASS TKLEOSTOMI- t ..nimu.-.l 

OKUEU AfANTIIol'TKHl — ("lltilHUil. 
SlIlOKKEK RHK<IMilTKKI--CoillillUf<l. 
Famxhj Scunxidir—i 'iniliniiiil. 

GcuuH C\ mmi-ioii, (lill— <.'oiitiniiiMl. 

SuligenuB Atract08<'ioii, dill 1*13 

DubiliM r Ay re») U13 

pLoxocephaliis, Joriliiii \ Gilbert 1413 

h'iarcliuH (Cuvler A; Valfiich-nues) U14 

viri'scens (Ciivit-r tc VnlenciL-niies) 1415 

ii]icrolu|ii<lotii8 (Cuvier <k Valenciennes) 1415 

Genua SuKi-niclithyM, J{<Tg 1416 

ancyloilun (BlocliA: Schneiden 1418 

Gi-nu8 Ni-liriM, Cuvier A; Valenciennes 1416 

luitropH, Cuvlt-r Jt Valenciennes 1417 

ofcidi-nliiliM, Vaillant 1417 ; 3173 

Genu8 l'lu;,'i()ticion. Gill 1418 

B<|uuui(miH8iinu8 (Heckel) 1418 

heterolepls (Bleeker) 1419 

8urinanifU8i8 (BleekiT) 1419 

G<-nu8 Luriniujt, Cuvier Jt Valencienne.s U2(i 

•Suligeuus Auiblyscion, Gill 1421 

ar;;enteu8 (Gill) 14JI 

Subgenus Lariinus 14J1 

ett'ulgens. Gilbert 14'.'1 

arclix iH, Jordan & Bristol 1422 

brevii'e|»H, CuviiT &. Valenciennes 1423 

Iiaciticus, Jordan A: BoUiuau 1424 

fasiiatUH, llolbrook 1424 

Genus OdoutuHciun, Gill 1425 

deutex (Cuvier &. Valenciennes) 1425 

xantbops. Gilbert 1426 

Genus Corvula. Jordan ic Eigeuiuanu 1427 

uiaeroiin, (Steindacbni-r) 1427 

Miulis, Jordan A: P^igenuuinn 1428 

suba'((ualiN (Poev) 1429 

Hauctir-lueia-, Jordan 1429 

batiibana (I'oey) 1430 

GoniiH Klatta rebus, Jordan <.V: Evemiann 1431 

arcliidiuMi (Jordan k. (Jil'bert) 1431 

Genus Hairdiclla, Gill 1432 

Sub;,'enus lluirdiella 1433 

I'liry sura (Laeepede) 1433 

ensifera (Jordan A Gilbrrt) 1434 

iciHtia (Jordan i Gilbert) 14:i5 

roncliUH (Cuvier A: Valenciennes) 1436 

Sub^enuH Nector, Jordan ii Everniaun 1436 

arnmta, Gill 1436 

alula, Jordan \ GillH-rt 14-17 

eliry i»oleu< a ( ( 1 iui t bi-r) 1438 

luiacantlia (BoulrngiT) :I173 

<;enu« Stellll.r (Cu\ ier) (tken 1439 

Sub;;i'UUH /.i'hIIh. Gilbert 1440 

oscitans (Jordan \ Gilbert) 1440 

furtlii (Sleiudacbner) 1441 

Subgenus /e«itidiuui. GillH^rl 1442 

illeiebrusus. Gilbert 1442 



Systematic Ari'aiigement. LXIII 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Acanthopteri — Continued. 
Suborder Rheunopteri— CoutiimecL 
Family Sciceiiidce — Continued. 

Gena.s Stellifer (Cuvicr) O ken —Continued. 

Subgenus Stellil'er 1443 

stellifer (Bloch) 1443 

liiuceolatuH (Holbrook) 1443 

ericyniba (Jordan & Gilbert) 1444 

niicroDH (Steiiidachner) 1445 

SubgenuH Stellicaren.s, Gilbert 1445 

zestocaru.s, Gilbert 1445 

Genus Opbio.scion, Gill 1446 

Subgenus Opbioscion 1447 

adu.stus (Agassiz) 1447 

typicus, Gill 1448 

trabo, Gilbert 1448 

simulus, Gilbert 1449 

iiuiceps (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1451 

scieru.s (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1452 

Subgenus Siguiurus, tiilbert 1452 

vermicularia (Giiutber) 1452 

Genus Soiienops, Gill 1453 

ocellatus (Liuna'us) 1453 

Genus Sci;ena (.Vrtcdi) Linnseus 1454 

Subgenus Callaus, Jordan 1455 

deliciosa ( Tscbudi) 1455 

Subgenus Cbeilotrema, Tscbudi 145G 

saturua ((Jirard) 1456 

Genus Eoncador, Jordan >i: Gilbert 1457 

stearnsi (Steindacbner) 1457 

Genus Leiostoiuus, LacepMe 1458 

xanthurus, Lacepi'de 1458 

Genus Pacb ypops, Gill 1459 

furcra-us (Lacepedc) 1459 

Genus Genyonemus, Gill 1460 

lineatus (Ay res) 1460 

Genu.s Micropogou, Cuvier ct Valenciennes 1461 

\iudulatus (Linna'us) 1461 

fiiruieri (Desnuirest) 1462 

niegalops, Gilbert 1463 

ectenes, Jordan &. Gilbert 1463 

altipinnis, Giiutber 1464 

Genus Umbriua, Cuvier 1465 

broussonetii, Cuvier & Yaloucienues 1466 

coroides, Cuvier & Valencieunes 1466 

roucador, Jordan Sc Gilbert 1467 

xanti, Gill 1467 

siualoip, Scofleld 1468 

galai>agorum, Steindacbner 146S 

dorsalis, Gill 1469 

Genus Mentiiirrbus, Gill 1460 

siuius, Jordan >V Eigenuiaun 1472 

nasus (Giiutber) 1473 

panamensi.s ( Steindacbner) 1473 

martinicensis (Cuvier \ Valenciennes) 1473 

auiericanus (Liuna'us) 1174 



LXiV Sysltma/ic Arrangimcnt. 



CLASS PISCES— Contlnuetl. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELE()STOMI~(oiiinmf.i. 
Okdek Aca.ntiioi'Tkki — roiitinui-il. 

Sl'UOKIlKK HHKIiNOI'TKKI- Coiitiiiiu-<l. 
Faiiiilij .Veiif/iidf*-— Con till iii-d. 

(Ji-iiiis Mfiitic-irrliiis. (Jill — Coutiuu«-«i. 

s»xatili.-t (lUorh A: Schneider) 1475 

iiu<l ulatii ■< ( < ;iraril ) UT6 

Sul»yfnim Uinbnila, Jordan A: Eigeninann U76 

flon;:atiiH (Uiintlier) 1476 

litUiraliii (H<)ll»rook) 1477 

GenuH I'araloiii'liiinis, Bocourt 1477 

Siili):i'nii8 I'olyclemiis, IVrt; 1478 

dunii-rili (Uocourt) 1478 

SiibKeiiiii* Zcnosiion, Jordan iv Eveminnn 1479 

ratlibiini (Jordan \ Bidlnian) 1479 

Suliijt'niis Zatlonuis. Gilbert 1480 

;;iM)dfi. Gilbert 1480 

Sub;{('DU8 I'araloncliurns 1461 

pi'tersi, Bocourt 1481 

Genus Loucliiurua, ISlucli 1481 

lamcolaf im (Blocli) 1481 

Genus ro;;onias, Laoejit-de 1482 

crouiis (Linn.i-uB) 1482 

coiirbina (Lactpede) 1483 

Genu8 ApliMlinotus, Kafinesque 1483 

grunnii-nM, Ratiuesiiue 1484 

Genus Ei|ues, Blocli 1485 

Subgi'iius I'areqiies, Gill i486 

viola, Gilbert i486 

aciiiiiinatds (Bloili A; Sdineider) 1487 

unibroHun, Jordaji i Eij^euniaun 1487 

piiiii'tatUH, BlfK-li &. Schneider 1488 

piilclier. Steinda<!liner 1489 

Subneuim Eques 1489 

lunceolatiiH (Linna-iig) 1489 

Group Cirrhitoidi'i 1490 

Family Cirrliitidie 1490 

(ieniiH Cirrhites, Lai-^-pi'-de 1491 

rivulatus, Valenciennes 1491 

bttaurus, <;ill 14U2 

Sl'BORDEK IIiiUONOTI 1493 

famili/ KmbiotocitliF 1493 

GeniiH HysterocaJ'pus, Gibbons 1495 

tru«ki, Gibl>on« 1496 

Genus Abeona, Girard 1496 

minima ((iibbontt) 1497 

aurora.Jordan A: GillK-rt 1497 

(ir>nuH Cyniato{;aster, (tibbons 1498 

atjKf'Hat U8. Gibbons 1498 

( ienuM Bracby Isf iu», G ill 1499 

Irciiatus. Gill 1499 

(icnus /ulctiibliiH, Jordan & Evermann 1499 

rosaccuM (Jordan A Gilbert) IStW 

(MiiUH Hy|MMrlti< btbys, tiill 1500 

aualis (Alexander Agassi;) 1500 



Systematic Arrangement. LXV 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Ordek Acanthopteri— Coctinueil. 
SuBORiiER HoLCOXOTi— Continued. 
Familfj E inhioiocidcv — Continued. 

Genus Hyperprosopon, Gibbous 15U1 

argenteus, Gibbons 1501 

agassizii, Gill 1502 

Genus Holconotus, Agassiz 1502 

rhodoteru.s, Agassiz 1502 

Genus Ainphisticus, Agassiz 1503 

argenteus. Agassiz 1503 

Genus Embiotoca, Agassiz 1504 

jacksoni, Agassiz 150-4 

Genus Tieniotoca, Alexander Agassiz 15(i5 

lateralis (Agassiz) 1505 

Genus Phanerodon, Girard 15CC 

furcatus, Girard 1500 

artipes (Jordan <& Gilbert) 1507 

Genus Rbacochilus, Agassiz 1507 

toxotes, Agassiz 1507 

Genus Hypsuru.s, Alexander Agassiz 15l8 

caryi (Agassiz) 1508 

(Jenus Damaliclitbys, Gii'ard 1509 

argyrosomus (Girard) 1509 

Suborder Chromides. 1511 

Family Cichlidce 1512 

Genus Petenia, Giinther 1513 

splendida, Giinfber 1513 

Genus JEciuiden.s, Eigenmanu Sc Bray 1513 

creruleopunctatus (Kner i. Steindacbner) 1514 

Genus Cicblasoma, Svvainaon 1514 

Subgenus Cicblasoma 1515 

roctangulare (Steindacbner) 1515 

bartoni (Bean) 1515 

goduiauni (Giinther) , 151G 

sieboldii (Kner Sc Steindacliner) 1516 

intermedium (Giintlicr) 1517 

anguliferum (Giinther) 1517 

fenestratum (Giinther) 1518 

montezuma (Heckel) 1518 

macracanthum (Giinther) 1518 

parma (Giinther) 1519 

margaritiferum (Giinther) 1519 

spilurum (Giinther) 1520 

longimauus (Giinther) 1520 

bifasciatum (Steindacbner) 1521 

helleri (Steindacbner) ^ 1521 

balteatum (Gill ct Bransford) 1521 

rostratum (Gill & Bransford) 1522 

melanopogon (Steindacbner) 1523 

melanurum (Giinther) 1523 

nebulit'erum (Giinther) 1524 

lentiginosum (Steindacbner) 1524 

deppii (Heckel) 1524 

Subgenus Archocentrus. Gill 1525 

nigrotasciatum (Giinther) 1525 

Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 V 



LXVI Systematic Arrangement. 

CLASS I'ISCKS— CoutiiiuiMl. P*ge. 

SrnCLASS TELKOSTOMI— Coiitiuue<l. 
Orhek Aia.vthoi'teui— Continued. 

St'liUitOKK ClIKOMlDES — ( Klltiliued. 

Familij fVc/Wifid-— Continued. 

(ienii.t Ci<'lilu.toni:i. Swainson — Contiuued. 
Sul){;fDUH Arclioc<'ntru.s, (Jill— Continued. 

luulli.Hpino.tiini iliiiutbLTj 1525 

»eutriirilniJ< ((Jill A. IJransfordj 1526 

stfiudachniTi. Jordan Jc Snyder 3173 

Genu.s lUros, Hti kel 1526 

I liedri. hst hali, Ueikel 1528 

.^.llvini. CUnther 1528 

aMiui.s. Giintliir 1529 

muculi|iinnis, Stoiudacbuer 1529 

t riuiaculat us, ( 1 iiutber 1529 

labiutus, Giintbtr 1530 

loboi'biluH. Giinthcr 1530 

<-rytlirii-us, (Jiintber 1531 

ba-tiluris, Gill A; ISransford 1532 

uirar.igu iisis. Giiutber 1532 

wanajiutu.sis, Giinther 1533 

aureus, G iiutber 1533 

citrinellu.s, GUntLcr 1534 

niuta;:ufU8i.t, G iiutber 1534 

oblongu.s, tiiintlier 1535 

dovii, Glint biT 1535 

gilibiofii.s, Steindacbner 1536 

niicru]ilit halnius, G iiutber 15.30 

ur(>|ibtlialiuus, G iiutber 1537 

troscbeli, Steiudat-bner 1537 

c yanojjuttatus (Baird A: Girard) 1537 

I>avonacfU8. (iariuau 1538 

altit'roiiH, Kuer ^ Steindacbner 1538 

beani, Jordan 1538 

tetracantbus (Cuvicr & Valenciennes) 1539 

iKthku us, Jordan & Snyder 3174 

Genun Tberap.s, Giintber 1540 

irre^iularis. Giintlier 1540 

<ieuus Neetro]ilu9. Giintliei l.Vll 

ueinatopurt, Giintlier 1541 

niearaKuenHis, Gill i.v Bransl'ord 1542 

earpinti.H, Jordan A: Snyder 3175 

(jenuM Satan<>|>eri'a, (iiinther 1542 

••ra«»»ilabri» (Steinilacbner) 1542 

Fatnilji I'omacentridtT 1543 

Geuu8 A ziirinu, Jordan &. McGregor 1544 

hirundo, Jonlnn A: McGregor 1544 

0«DUH Cbroniis. Cuvier 1545 

Sub^enuH Kiircaria, Pocy 1546 

at rilol.at UH. ( ; ill 1546 

ryuneiin (I'oey) 1&47 

niultiliiieatuH (Guicbenot) 1547 

Siib;:eiiui« Ayrt'nia, Cooper 1S4S 

puni'tipiniiiit (Coo|K^r) 1548 

SubKeniin lli-linseH, Cuvier i Valenriennea 154** 

inaolalun (Cuvier A Viileneieniiexi 1548 

eacbrvdurua. Jordan A. Gilbert 1544 



Systematic Arra7igement. lxaii 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. p^o-g 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Contimu-.l. 
Oeder Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder Chromides— Continued. 
Family Po in acentridce—C on t i n iied. 

Genus Eupomacentrus, Bleeker I549 

Subgenus Eupomacentrus 2551 

leucorus (Gilbert) J552 

adustus (Troschel) 155^ 

fuscu-s (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1552 

diencseus, Jordan & Eutter 1550 

rectifra-num (Gill) 1553' r^^■f^ 

analia (Poey) jjg^ 

otopliorus (Poey) J555 

leucostictus (Miiller & Troschel) 1555 

tiavi venter (Troschel) I557 

partitus (Poey) ' 1558 

planif "rons (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1559 

Genus Xexilarius, Gilbert I559 

concolor (Gill) 1559 

Genus Abudefduf, Forskal l5gQ 

Subgenus Glyphisodon, Lac6p6de 1561 

saxatills (Linnasus) ^h&l 

Subgenus Enschistodus, Gill 15g9 

declivifrons (Gill) 15go 

analogus (Gill) jggg 

taurus (Miiller & Troschel) 1563 

rudis(Poey) ""'"' ,553 

Genus Hypsypops, Gill 15g4 

rubicundus (Girard) j^g^ 

Genus Microspathodon, Giinther 15g5 

bairdii (Gill) ^ 5gg 

elirysurus (Cuvier &Talenciennes) 15g7 

iiiveatus (Poey) """" ^jg- 

dorsalis (Gill) \\ j^g^ 

SOBORDER PhARYNGOGNATHI j — , 

Family Lahridce , ,— , 

^ loil 

Genus Centrolabrus, Giinther 1575 

exoletus (Linnwus) j^-g 

Genus Tautogolabrus, Giinther !..... l.JTG 

adspersus (^Valbaum) jj-- 

Genus Tautoga, Mitehill \ ^^-l 

onitis (Linn.T'us) ,=-g 

Genus Laclinolaimus, Cuvier & Valenciennes 1579 

niaximus (Walbaum) jj-g 

Genus Harpe, Lacepede , - j , 

diplota^nia, Gill ..„., 

ruCa (LinnaMis) ' _' " ' ^.^^ 

eclancheri (Valenciennes) " j ^gg 

pulchella (Poey) ..!!!!!!!!.. 1534 

Genus Decodon. Giinther j-o , 

pnellaris (Poey) " ' . - , , 

Genus Pimelometopou, Gill i-g- 

pulcher (Ay res) 1535 

darwinil ( Jeuyns) " ' ^jgg 

GeniLS Clepticu.s. Cuvier 1586 

parrae (Bloch Jt Schneider) ......".'...., 1586 



i,x\ III Svstctfiaiii' Arrangement. 



(LASS PISCES— Continuwl l*»g*^- 

SCnCLASS TELEOSTOMI-( <'Utiiiuf.l. 

OKtillK ACAXTlloITKRl — 'outiuuitl. 

SriloKIiKK I'HABTN'iOii.NATHl ('<iIltillU<il. 
Family Labrid<» — C<mtiuuf<l. 

(ieuu8 Iridic, Jordan A. KviTiuiiiin Ij**" 

railiatuf) (Linnii-tiH) 1^90 

uiclinlMi (.Ionian i GiUicrt) 1591 

gelliler (i; ilbert) 1592 

HCiiiicinctiis (Ay Ten) 1592 

garnoti (Cuvier &. Vali-iicienues) 1M3 

cjauote|iUalu» (Hlocli) 1594 

niamlipiiina (Miiller &. Troschel) 1594 

111 viltat us ( i;loch) 1 595 

(liMpilu.H (< Mint her) 1597 

kirstliii, Jordiin A; Evenuann 1598 

l>of.\ i (St<iD(lacliDer) 1599 

tautlalis (Poej") 1599 

piitUH (I'oey) 1599 

GeniiB ( )xyjuli«. Gill 1601 

lalifornicuH (Giiiither) 1801 

Geuiis Koiiiieekia, Jordan A: Ilverniann 16(il 

M'DUHta (Ji-nkina i Evernianu) 1602 

( 'ifuua J iilidio, Jordau &. Evi-rmann 160; 

adnstus ((Jilbert) 1602 

iiotospilns (tjiintliLT) '^^'■i 

Genus I'seudoj uli», ISleeker 16"4 

inoruat us, Gilbert 1604 

milimot is, Gilbert 1«05 

Genus Thalassoiua, S wainson 16o5 ; 2859 

lucasanuni (t'lill) 1607; 2859 

Boforroense, Gilbert 1607; 2859 

nit ilium (Giintlier) 1608; 2859 

nitidissiniuni (Go(Mle) 1608; 2859 

Bteiudathnfri (Jordan) 1609; 2889 

lii fascial uni (Blo»b) 1«09: 2859 

griiiuniatiiuui. Ciilbi-rt 1810; 2859 

virens, Gilbirt 1610: 2859 

(ienuH Doratonotus. Giintlier 1611 

niejjalepis, Giintlu-r 1811 

decoris. Everniann ii Marsh 3177 

Genus Xyrnla, .Jordan 1612 

Jessiii' (Jordiiii) i 1612 

Genus Novaculiththys, llUn-ker 1613 

roslpes (Jordan i Gilbert) 1614 

vru trails (Heau) 1815 

iutirmus (Hean) 1810 

niartinici-nHiH (('iivler Si Valenciennes) 1616 

Genus Xyrlehlliyo. Cuvier 1*17 

u.undlc.ps. Gill 1618 

psittartiH (LinuieiiM) 1818 

UKMlentun. I'lH'v 1819 

Genus Iniistiu». Gill 1619 

niundlcorpus. Gill 1620 

Fa m ilt/ Scandfti 1820 

Genus Cryptotunius, Cope 1821 

dentlens(r<j<«y) 1823 

retract us (I'liey) 181^ 

uxtus i<'uvliT A: Valenrlrnnps) 1*24 



Systematic Arrmigemerit. i.xix 



CLASS PISCES-Continnetl. P^g^. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order AcANiHOPTERr— Contiuued. 
Suborder Pharyxgognaihi— Continufrt. 
Famili/ tScaridce — Continued. 

Genus Cryptotomus, Cope— Continued. 

auropunctatus (Cuvier Sc Valenciennes) 1624 

bery llinu.s, Jordan &, Swain 1625 

roaeus, Cope 1626 

Genus Calotoinu.s, Gilbert 1626 

xenodon, Gilbert : 1626 

Genus Sparisonia, Swainson 1627 

Subgenus Spari.soma I630 

xj'strodon, Jordan (S,: Swain 16:jo 

atomariuni (Poey) Ig31 

radians (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1631 

hoploniystax (Cope) 1632 

iiiphoblcs, Jordan & Bolliiian I633 

aurofrenatuiu (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1634 

oxybracliiuni (Poey) I634 

abildgaardi (Bloch) I635 

di.stinctum (Poey) Ig35 

cbrysopteruni (Bloch & Schneider) 1636 

lorito, Jordan & Swain 1637 

viride (Bonnaterre) Igvg 

Subgenus Euscarus, Jordan & Everniann 1639 

strigatum (Giinther) 11339 

flavesceus (Bloch & Schneider) I639 

rubripinne (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1G40 

brachialo (Poey) Iq^I 

iuaschale8i)ilos (Bleeker) 1^41 

froudo.siini (Cuvier) 1642 

Genus Scaru.s, Forskal 1^40 

Subgenus Scarus Ig45 

punctulatu.s (Cuvier & Valenciennes) I645 

bollniaui, Jordan & Everniann 1646 

ta-niopterus, Desuiarest 1646 

aracanga (Giinther) Ig47 

trispinosus, Cuvier &. Valenciennes I643 

cuzaniila-jBean Ig4g 

vetula, Bloch it Schneider I649 

gnathodus, Poey _ lg50 

Subgenus Calliodon ((jronow) Schneider 1650 

croicensis (Bloch) Igj^, 

evernianni, Jordan , Ig51 

flavoinaiiiinatus, Cuvier Jt Valenciennes 1652 

acutus, I'oey lg-;2 

caaruleus ( Bloch) Ig52 

embleniaticus, Jordan & Rutter I654 

Genus Pseudoscarus, Bleeker 1655 

Subgenus Pseudo.searus Ig55 

ccelestinus (Cuvier it Valenciennes) I655 

simplex, Poey Ig^g 

pleianus ( Poey ) 165g 

Subgenus Loro, Jordan & Everniann I657 

guacamaia (Cuvier) 1657 

perrico (Jordan & Gilbert) 165g 

Group Zeuidea lgr,g 



I.xx Svstetnatic Arrangement. 



TLASS PISCES— roiitiuii..!. !*■«•• 

sri5CLAS3 TKLKOSTOMI -Coiiiiiiiii-.l. 

(^KIiKK ACA.VTHOITEKI— ('"UtilllK'd. 

SlMlMUUKU PtlAnVNOfXiNATllI — foil tinned. 

FamHiiXfidm 1"** 

(reuuK ZtnopMU, (".111. J**®^ 

(xellin iiH (Stonr) '<*** 

<M-nuB /iiiiiiii. Jonliili A: Evomiiiiiii l***' 

liiilolipi* ((JtMMle A; Ucan) 1«*»1 

lleiiiiH <>ri«iHonia, <'uvi<i \ Vali-uiieniii'i» l****- 

atlanticMin, Cuvii-r A: Valenciennes 1662 

• iroiip (;aprr>idea 16<t3 

Fiiiniln Caj'toulo' J**^ 

(ieniiH Antiifitniu, Lowe 1664 

(■a)iriiH, Lowe 1665 

SlllOlcDEK SivlAMII'lJWES 1665 

Famihj Kiihipi>i(l(e 1*'66 

CienuH C'liii'todiptenis, Lac<-p6de 1667 

faber ( BnmsHonet ) 1668 

zonatiiM (fiirard) 1668 

Genus Parapsettus, Steindft<'liner 1660 

imnanienwis, Steindachner 1669 

Famil}/ Ch(ftoiloutid(e 1669 

lleniiH Pr(i)i,'natln)de8, (Jill 16T1 

aeiileafUM (PiK\) 167! 

(JetiiiM FonipiKer. Jordan it McGregor 1671 

DaviHsiiiius. .Jordan A: McGregor 1671 

Cieuus riiietodon (Artedi) Linnieus 1672 

SubgeniiH Chietodontops, Bleeker 1673 

nifrirostriH (Gill) 1*73 

ocellatiiH, Hindi 1674 

hiiiueratix, Giinthcr 1674 

sedentariiiH. Pney 1675 

aya, Jordan 1675 

atieniatiiH (Poey) 1676 

HtriatiiH. Liniiii'iiH 1677 

SubgeniiH Cliii't(i.!on 1677 

I'tpiHtratua. LinnieuM 1677 

bricei, Sniitli 1''78 

GeuilK PoluacnnlllllH, Lnrep^ile 167U 

SiibgeniiB Poniacantlnia 1679 

nrriiatim (Linnieus) 1679 

l.arii(ino.h) 1680 

SuligenuM PoinaiantbcHlex, Gill 1681 

r.onipeetiiH (Gilh IMl 

GeniiN IIidacanlliiiH. Laet'pede 1682 

IiAMHei', ValenrienneM 1682 

I'larionenMiH, GillM-rt 1683 

IrieolordUorh) 16d4 

(ieuuN Angelli'litliyN, Jordan & Kveminnn HM 

edlarlH (LinnieuK) 1M4 

iMibcllta. Jordan fi Kiitter 1685 

i<Mlo«-iiii, Jordan ii Kutter 16M 

Family Xanetidir 1687 

(ieniia /anrluH, ("iivler A Valnnciennea 1687 

rorniitiia (LinniiiiHi 1687 

Fa III ill/ Tr ufh ulidtr I <U»8 

Geiiiin TeiitliiH. LinniiMIM « 1689 

tHo>.|e|ril» (Miiiiuum 1690 



Systematic Arrangement. lxxi 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Acanthopteri— Continued. 
Suborder St^rA.MiPiNXES— Continued. 
Family Tivtiddiche— Continued. 

Genus Teutbis, Liunieus — Continued. 

fseruleus (Blocli Sc Schneider) 1691 

heputus, Linnicus 1691 

crestonis, Jordan & Starks 1692 

baliianus (Castlenau) 1693 

aliala (Lesson) 1693 

Genus Xesurus, Jordan & Evermann 1694 

puuctatus (Gill) 1694 

clarionis, Gilbert & Starlis 1695 

laticlavius (Valenciennes) 1695 

Order Plectognathi 1696 

Suborder Sclerouermi 1697 

Family Triacanthidce 1697 

Genus IloUardia, Poey 1697 

hoUardi, Poey 1698 

Family BaUatidce 1698 

Genus Balistes(Artedi) Luiuifiis 1699 

Subgenus Capriscus, Ratinesque 1700 

Xiolylepis, Steindacbuer 1700 

n<aul'ragium, Jordan &i Starks 1700 

carolinensis, Gmelin 1701 

forcipatus, (Jmeliu 1702 

Subgenus Balistes 1703 

vetula, Liunii'us 1703 

Genus Pachy nathus, Swainson 1703 

capistratus (Shaw) 1704 

Genus Canthidermia, Swainson 1705 

sobaco, Poey 1705 

sufflamen (ilitohill) 1706 

luaculatus (Bloch) 1706 

willughbeii (Lay &. Bennett) 1707 

Genus Xanthichtbys, Kaup 1708 

ringens (Linuicus) 1709 

niento (Jordan Sc Gilbert) 1710 

Genus Melichthys, Swainson 1711 

piceus (Poey) 1711 

bispinosus, G ilbert 1711 

Family Monacanthidce 1712 

Genus Canthcrines, Swainson 1713 

pulliis (Ranzani) 1713 

carohv, Jordan &, McGregor 1713 

Genus Jlonacantbns, Cuvicr 1714 

ciliatus (Mitcbill) 1714 

Iiispidus (Linuanis) 1715 

spilonotua, Cope 1716 

ojipositus, Poey 1716 

Genus Pseudonionacanthus, Bleeker 1717 

ampbioxys (Cope) 1717 

Genus Coratacanthus, Gill 1718 ; 2860 

KChu'ptii ( Walbauni) 1718 ; 2860 

jmnctatus ( Agassiz) 1718 ; 2860 

Subgenus Osbeckia. Jordan ^ Evermann 1719 

scriptus (Osbeck) 1719; 2860 

Genus Alutcra, Cuvicr 1717; 2860 

nionoceros (Osl>e.l<) 1720: 2860; 3178 



Lxxn Systematic A r rang cm en t. 



\ 



CLASS PISCES-Coiitiiiii.-.l. . P»K*- 

SUIICLA.'^S TELEOSTOMI— O.ntiniwa. 
ORUEU rLE< TdoxATiU— rontimifd. 

Srn< )KI >KU ( )8TRAC< lUEKMI '"20 

Family Ontraciiilir 1<21 

G<'nnK Luctoi>hrv», Swainson 1"-' 

Snl)gfiiiiH Uhiiu'8<)inu8, Swainson '. 1"2- 

tric| liefer (Linuii-iib) 1'2'- 

Siibgi-niiH (hapiuus, Jordan i Evcrmann 1723 

bioaudalis ( Linnnus) 1723 

SiiliKeniis Luctiiphrys 1"23 

irigimus ( Linii:i-n8) 1"23 

Sul>g<nii8 Aciin t liimt ration, Ulcekcr 1 "24 

trii-orni.t (Linnii-us) 1"24 

SUBORDEK OyMXODOXTE.S 1726 

Family Tetraodontida; 1726 

GenuM Lago»'ei)lialu». Swainson 1727 

liivigat lis (Linnans) 1728 

|inih vcei)halu8 ( Itanzani) 172'< 

Genus Splieroidcs, Lac^-pi-de 1729 

Subgenus Spheroides 1731 

an^ustiocps (Jenyns) 1731 

loltatus (Stfindacbner) 1731 

MlxnybTi (Blocli) 1732 

iiiaciilatus (lil<K-h ii Schneider) 1733 

nephfliis (Goode \- Bean) 1733; 3178 

niannoratiis (Kanzani) 1733 

SuligenuH Cbfilit ht by s, Miillcr 1734 

ti'Mtudini'Urt (Liiiua-iis) 1734 

annulatus (Jenyns) 1735 

politus (Girard) 1736 

formosus ((Jiintbor) 1736 

furtbi (Steindailiner) 1737 

trichocepbalus (Cope) 1737 

pacbygaster (Miiller &. Troscbel) 1738 

Genus () voides, Lar«-pede 1738 

erotbizon (Jordan \: Gilbert) 1739 

sotosiis (Ko!4a Siuitli) 1739 

GcnuH (Jobjmosu.H, Gill .' 1740 

psittncus (ISlocb i Sclmeidef) 174t> 

Family Cantliiijaiileridii' 1740 

CfiiiiH Cantliigaster, Swainson 1741 

]iuiictntissiiiius (Giintber) 1741 

rostratu.H (lUorli) 1741 

Fam ily iriodontidir 1742 

Genus Triclicidiodon, lUceker 1743 

pibisim(Milrbill) 1743 

Genus IlitNlon, Liiinii-iis 1744 

bystrix, Linnn-us 1745 

liolarantliiiK, Linnii'iit 1746 

inacuUrrr. Kan|> 1747 

lien 11 jt Cbibiinyrti'ruH, lUbron 1747 

Subgenus Gyolic'bthys, Kaiip 174* 

Hcbnpll (Walbnuiu) 1748 

spinoHun, Llnnii'iis 1749 

antllUriini. JonUn Al Ilutter 1749 

antonnatiis ((.'uvler) 1750 

Subgeiiiin (.'biloniyoteni* 1750 

atitiga (Linna-us) 1750 

ralil'urniensi*. Kigenniaiiii 1751 



Systematic Arrangement. lxxiii 

CLASS PISCES— Coutinued. Page. 

SUBCLA SS TELEOSTOMI— Contiiuie.l. 
Okdek Plectognathi— Continued. 
SuBOKDEU Gymnodoxtes— Continued. 
Fatn'ihi JHodontidce — Continued. 

Genus LyospbaTa, Evermann 6c Kendall 1751 

{ilobosa, Evermann 6c Kendall 1751 

Family Molidce 1752 

Genus Mola, Cuvier 1753 

mola (Linn.vu.s) 1753 

Genus Ranzania, Xardo 1755 

tiuncata (Retzius) 1755 

Suborder Loricati 1756 

Family Scorpa'tiidcv 1758 

Genus Sebastes, Cuvier 1760 

marinus (Linna?us) 1760 

Genus Sebastolobu.s, Gill 1761 

alascanus, Bean 1761 

altivelis, Gilbert 1763 

Genus Sebastodos, Gill 1765 

Subgenus Eiumelas, Jordan i- Evermann 1777 

glaucus ( Hilgeudorf) 1777 

Subgenus Sebastodes 1778 

jordani, Gilbert 1778 

goodei, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1779 

jiaucispinis (Ayres) 1780 

Subgenus Sebastosomus, Gill 1781 

Havidus (Ayres) 1781 

serranoides, Eigenmann it Eigenmann 1782 

nielanop.s (Girard) 1782 

Subgenus Priiuospiua, Eigenmann & Beeson 1783 

ciliatus (Tilesius) 1783 

mystinus, Jordan & Gilbert 1781 

Subgenus Acutomentum, Eigenmann & Beeson 1785 

entonielas (Jordan & Gilbert) 1785 

rufus, Eigenmann i Eigenmann 1786 

niacdonaldi (Eigenmann & Beeson) 1786 

brevispinis (Bean) 1787 

ovalis (Ayres) ]788 

eigenmanni, Cramer 1789 

hoi)kin8i, Cramer 1789 

alutus (Gilbert) 1790 

proriger (Jordan ..t Gilbert) 1792 

Subgenus Rosicola, Jordan ."i; Evermann 1793 

pinniger (Gill) 1793 

miniatu.s (Jordan it Gilbert) 1794 

atrorubens (Gilbert) 1796 

atrovirens (Jordan Jc Gilbert) 1797 

Subgenus Zalojiy r, Jordan & Evermann 1795 : 2S60 

aleutianus, dordan A: Evermann 1795; 2860 

Subgenus Eosebastos, Jordan it Evermann 1798 

saxicola (Gilbert) 1798 

crameri, Jordan 1799 

semifinc'tus, Gilbert 1800 

diploi)roa (CJilbert) 1801 

aurora (Gilbert) 1802 

melanostomus, Eigenmann i Eigenmann 1803 

introniger (Gilbert) 1S03 



i,xxiv Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— Conliiiu.ll. P"** 

SUBCLASS TKLE()ST(t.MI— C"iiiiu\ie4l. 
OKHEK Pl.EiT'XiNATHl— <'oUtinueil. 

Sri«oiii>EU LoBK ATI — Continuid. 
Familij Scoi-pieni<lce—(.'untim\vt\. 

(uMiiiM Sebanto<l«M, (WU— Continued. 

Sul>i|;»-niin Sfliantonius, Gill 1805 

ruberrinius, Craniur 1**5 

lOUStiUatuH (Jonlan A: Gilbert) 1806 

uuibro»U8 (Jonlau A: GillKTt) 1807 

roaaoeuH (Giranl) 1808 

a\Te!«ii. Gilbert it Cramer l^^* 

rhotloihlori.s (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1809 

eo8. Ki};enniann & Ki^'ennianu 1810 

gilli, Ki>;enniann »V Kigenmaiin 1811 

. lilorost ictu« (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1811 

riipestris (Gilbert) 1^12 

Subgenus Hisjiauiscus, Cramer 1813 

HineuBis (( i ilberl ) 1813 

zaientrua (Gilbert) 18U 

elongatu.H (Ayres) 1815 

levis (Eigeiiinann it Eigenraann) - 1816 

nibrivinitus (Jordan A; Gilbert) 1817 

Subgenus Aurtospina, Eigenmann & Beeson 1817 

auriculatus (Girard) 1817 

(lallii (Eigenmann & Beeson) 181H 

Subginns rterojiodua, Eigenmann & Beeson 1819 

rast relliger (J ordan it Gilbert) 1819 

laurinus (Kicliardsou) 1820 

\exillaris (Jordan it Gilbert) 1821 

inaliger (Jordan it Gilbert) 1822 

gilbert i, Cramer 1823 

camatu.H (Jordan A- ;;ilbert) 1824 

ehrysomelas (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1825 

nebulosuB (Ayres) 1826 

Subgenus Sebastichthys, Gill 1827 

Kerrieeps (Jordan &. Gilbert) 1827 

nigrocinetus (Ayres) 1827 

Subgenus Sebastosomus, Gill 1829; 28C(> 

taczanowskii (Steindacbner) 1831; 2*^60 

(ieiius Seba8l«>i>sis, Gill 183r> 

xyris, Jonlan it Gillx-rt 1835 

Genus Helicolenus, Gooile iV Bean 1836 

daetylojiteruH (De la lio«-he) 1837 

maderensiH, (iootle iV Bean 183 < 

(JenuH S<-orpH-nft ( Artedi) Linnii-UB 1839 

agassi/.ii, GckmIw A: Bean 1840 

c-riHiulnta, (;o«<le A Bean 1841 

brasiliensiM, ("uvier it ^'alenciennes 1842 

hlsl rio, .leny ns 1843 

pannosa, Cramer 1845 

guttata, Girard 184- 

pluniieri, lllo< h 1848 

niystes, Jordan A Starks 1849 

grnndieornis, Cuvier it Valeiieiennes 1850 

rusHula, Jordan A Itolhuau l*-''! 

noiiorft-. Jenkins A Evermnnn 1852 

inorniis, Cu\ ier A Vnleni'ii-nneH 1853 

nematoplitlialmus. (Giin titer) 2861 



Sy sterna tic A rrangemen t. Lxx v 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectoqnathi— Continued. 
Suborder Loricati— Continued. 
Family Scorpcenidce — Continued. 

Genus Pontinus, Poej- 1854 

macrolepis, Goode &. Bean 1855 

castor, Poey 1856 

pollux, Poey 1857 

ratbbuni, Goode & Bean 1857 

longispinis, Goodo & Bean 1858 

sierra (Gilbert) 1 859 

Genus Setarches, Johnson 1860 

parmatus, Goode 1860 

Family Anoplopotnatidce .'. 1861 

Genus Anoploponia, Ayres 1861 

fimbria (Pallas) 1862 

Genus Erilepis, Gill 1862 

zonifer (Lockington) 1863 

Family Hexagramm idee 1863 

Genus Pleurogramnms, Gill 1864 

monopterygius (Pallas) 186-4 

Genus Hexagramnios (Steller) Tilesius 1866 

decagrammus (Pallas) 1867 

octogramnius (Pallas) 1869 

stelleri, Tilesius 1871 

auperciliosus (Pallas) 1872 

lagocepbalus (Pallas) 1873 

Genus Ophiodon, Girard 1875 

elongatus, Girard 1875 

Genns Zaniolepis, Girard 1876 

latipinnis, Girard 1876 

frenatus, Eigenmann 1877 

Genus Oxylebius, Gill 1878 

pictus, Gill 1878 

Family Cottidce 1879 

Genus Jordania, Starks 1884 

zonope, Starks 1884 

Genus Paricelinus, Eigenmann it Eigenmann 1885 

liopliticus, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1886 

Genus Alcidea, Jordan &. Evermann 1886 

thoburni (Gilbert) 1887 

Genus Scorpa-nicbtbys, Girard 1889 

marmoratus ( Ay ros ) 1889 

Genus Cliitonotus, Lockington 1889 

pugctensis (Steindacbner) 1890 

Genus Tarandichthy s, Jordan &, Evermann 1891 

cavifrons (Gilbert ) 1891 

filamentosus (Gilbert) 1892 

tenuis (Gilbert) 1893 

Genus leelinus, Jordan 1894 

flmbriatus, Gilbert 1894 

oculatus, Gilbert 1895 

borealis, Gilbert 1896 

quadriseriatus (Lockington) 1897 

strabo, Starks 1897 

Genus Astrolytes, Jordan .^ Starks 1898 

notospilotus (Girard) 1899 

fenestralis (Jordan & Gilbert) 1899 



LXXVI Systematic Arrayigcnicnt. 

CLASS PISCES— Coiiiinii.Ml. I'ajiH 

SriJCLASS TKI.EOSToMI— <'«ntinii.-.l. 

UROER Pi.ECTWiNATIll — (.'oIltililRMl. 
Sl'BOKOEK LoRICATI— Coutimied. 
Family CitftiJcr —CKUXiuuetl. 

(ienu8 Archi8ten. Jordan i Gilbert 1900 

pliiniariiiH, Jordan &. (lilbert 1900 

(ienu8 ArU'diuK Girard 1902 

lateralis (liirard) 1902 

DHpi-ruluH, Starks 1903 

<ienu8 AxyriaH, Stnrks ; 19o3 

liarringtoni. Starks 1904 

Cienim Artedicllu*, Jordan r.K)5 

tiuciiiatiiH (Reiuhardt* 1905 

atlanticiis. Jordan Jt Evermann 1906 

pacilicus, Gilliert 1906 

GcDiiB Kiiscarius, Jordan & Starks 1908 

nieanyi, Jordan A: Starks 1908 

Genus KaHtrinus, Jordan iSc Everniann 1909 

Hcutiger (Bean) 1909 

Genus Irelus, Krijyer 191 1 

biioruis (Rcinliardt) 1911 

sjiiniger, Gilbert 19U 

oiiryo]>9, Bean 1915 

vieiualis, Gilbert 191C 

caualieiilatiis, Gilbert 1917 

auhtralis, Eigenniann A: Eigenniann 1918 

Genus Kadulinus Gill)ert 1919 

beleoides, Gilbert 1919 

a8])r«llus, Gilbert 1920 

Genus Stelgistruni. Jordan & Gilbert ■ 1921 

stejnegeri, Jordan vt Gilbert 1921 

Genus Trigloj)s, Ifeinbardt 1923 

pipgeli, Keinbartlt ]92:i 

beani, <;ill>ert 1924 

scei)li<-us. (iillH^rt 192."i 

Genus Steruias, Jordan & Everniann 1926 

xenostetlius (Gilbert) 1927 

Genus I'rionistius, Bean 1927 

niaeellus. Beau li>28 

Genus Elanura, ( Jilltert 1930 

forflcata, Gilbert 1930 

Genus ilelletes. Bean 1932 

pa])ilio, Bean 1932 

Genus Ileniilepidutus, Cuvier 1934 

jordaui, Bean 19M 

hen)ilepidotus (Tilesius) 1935 

Genus (Jaly('ile]>idotus, Ay res 1936 

sjilnosus, A y row 19;»7 

Geniis Kiioplirys, Swainson 1W7 

SultgenuN Aspicottus, Girnnl 1038 

bison (Girard) 1038 

Subgenus Eno]>hrys 1038 

elaviger (Cuvier i Viilenoiennes) 1038 

(ieuun CeriitiM'ottus, Gill Ijuy 

lueasi, Jorilan lit GiU>ert IMO 

dicenius ( Pallas) 1040 



Svstematic Arraugciiicnt. LXXVii 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continuea. 
Order Plectognathi— Continued. 
Suborder Loricati— Continued. 
Family Cottidce—Continned. 

Genus Cottus (Artedi) Linnseus 1941 

Subgenus Pegedictis, Eatinesque H'-l-l 

asper, Richardson 1944 

gulosus (Giraid) 1''44 

evennanni, Gilbert 1945 

rhotheus, Eosa Smitli ." 1946 

Shasta, Jordan & Starks 1947 

punclulatus (Gill) 1948 

semiscaber (Cope) 1949 

ictalops (Rafinesque) 1950 

Subgenus Tauridea, Jordan & Rice 1952 

ricei, Nelson 1952 

Subgenus Cottus 1953 

onychus, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1953 

pollicaris (Jordan & Gilbert) 1953 

cognatus, Richardson 1954 

perplexus, Gilbert & Everuiann 1955 

lilaniathensis, Gilbert 1955 

aleuticus, Gilbert 1957 

niinutus, Pallas 1958 

beldingii, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1958 

pbilonips, Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1959 

annie, Jordan & Starlis 19<50 

spilotus (Cope) 1961 

leiopomus, Gilbert & Evermann 1962 

princeps, Gilbert 196J 

Genus I'ranidea, De ^ay 1963 

bendirei (Bean) 1964 

greenei, Gilbert & Culver 1965 

marginata, Bean 1965 

tenuis, Evermann &. Meek 1966 

franklini ( Agassiz) 1967 

kumlienii. Hoy 1967 

gracilis (Heckel) 1968 

Ibrmosa (Girard) 1969 

hoy i, Putnam 1969 

Genus Myosocephalus (Stellar) Tilesius 1970 

Subgenus Acanthocottus, Girard 1971 

bubalis (Euphrasen) 1971 

seneus (Mitchill) 1972 

scorpioides (Fabricius) 1973 

scorpius (Linna>us) 1974 

grcenlaudicus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 1974 

octodecimspinosus (Mitchill) 1976 

Subgenus ^[yoxocephalus 1976 

polyacantliocepbalus, Pallas 1976 

jaok (Cuvier >t Valenciennes) 1977 

verrucosus (Bean) 1979 

axillaris (Gill) '. 1980 

stelleri, Tilesius 1981 

mednius, B. A. Bean 1983 

njvosus (Herzenstein) 1984 

niger (Bean) 1985 



LXXVITI Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES-ContiniHMl. l'*!-'*-. 

Sl'BCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continuea. 

ORIiKR I'LErTOONATHI— Continued. 

ScnoRiiEK LoKif ATI— Coll tinned. 
Family Colti<lie—('ont'UiUfd. 

Oenu.s MtKaliMottus, (Jill 1987 

platycephaliiH ( Pallas) IS*" 

l.itic.ps (Gilbi-rt) 19P« 

Cm-bus Zcsticelus, Jordan &. Evemiann 195*<' 

prufundoruni ( ( J ilbirt ) 19^*" 

Genus Dasycottus, Bean 1991 

setiger, B<'an '901 

Genus Cottuncnlus, CoUett 1 W2 

niicroi>s, Collett 19'.i2 

thoin.Honii (Ciintlier) 199:t 

Genus Malaeocott us. Bean 1904 

zonurus, Bean l'*9-l 

Genus Ar;;yn>rottus, Ilerzenstein 1995 

zanderi, IltTzenatein 1995 

Genus I'orofottus, Gill 1996 

M-llaris (Gilbert) 1996 

quadratus, B. A. Bean 1998 

polaris (Sabine) 1998 

.luadrililis. Gill 1999 

tentaculatus (Kner) -"""' 

bradfordi, Kutter 2862 

Genus ( )niocottU8, Gill -"OOCi 

((uadricornis (Liunivus) 2001 

liexaroniis (lUchard.-ion) 2002 

Genus Triijlopsis. G irard 2<X»5 

tlionipsoni, Girard 2<mi.'> 

Genus Gj'niuocantlius, Swainson 2006 

pist illiger (Pallas) 2006 

trit'us|ds (Keinliardt) 2008 

galeatus (Bean) 20iu 

Genus Leiocottus, C irard 2010 

liinindo, Girard 2011 

(leiius Leptocottus, Girard 2011 

annatu-, Girard 20 ',2 

Onus (')inooot t ub. Gill ■• 2012 

analis ((J irard) 2012 

Gt-nus Olinooottus, Girard 2013 

niarulusiis, (iirard 2013 

borealis, Jordan it Snyder 2014 

nnyderi, Greeley 2871 

Genus Sigrnistes, Itutter 286:{ 

raulias, IJntter 2863 

Genus Blenni.ottus. Gill 2017: 2«W 

Subgenus Oxycottus. Jordan A: Evermann 2ol.'>: 2861 

a.uti.eps (Gilbert) 201.1; 2*t64 

enibryuni (Tordiiii \ Starks) 201i'.; 2861 

Subgenus lUennii ottus 201C; 2i<Cl 

reenh IIS. GnK-ley 31 18 

globiceps (( ". irard) 2017 

bryosiis, Jordan it Starks 2017 

(teniiK Husrloulun, Gn-eley 3179 

riiiiensis, ( 1 reeloy 8179 

Genus I>inlarelius, Greeley 3180 

snvdeii, (Ireelcv 3182 



Systematic Arrangement. Lxxix 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Oedeh Plectognathi— Continued. 
Slborder Loricati— Continued. 
Family Coltidce — Continued. 

Genua Exiuiia, Greeley 3182 

rubellio, Greeley 3182 

Genus Histiocottus, Gill 2018 

bilobus (Cuvier &- Valenciennes) 2018 

Genus Bk-psias, Cuvier 2018 

cirrhosus ( Pallas) 2018 

Genus Nautiscus, Jordan &. Evermanu 2019 

pribilovius, Jordan & Gilbert 2019 

Genus Xauticbtbys, Girard 2020 

oculofasciatus (Girard) 2021 

Genus Ulca, Jordan &. Evermaun 2021 

niarniorata (Bean) 2021 

Genus Hemitripterus, Cuvier 20i'2 

americanus (Gmelin) 2023 

cavifrons, Lockington 2023 

Genus Sj-ncbirus, Bean 2023 

gilli, Bean 2024 

Genus Ascelichthj's, Jordan & Gilbert 2024 

rbodorus, Jordan & Gilbert 2025 

Genus Psycbrolutcs, Giinther 2025 

paradoxus, Giinther 2026 

Genus Gilbertidia, Berg 2027 ; 3183 

sigolutes, Jordan ic Starks 2028 

Family Ramphocottidce 2029 

Genus Kamphocottus, Giinther 2030 

richardsoni, Giinther 2030 

Family Agonidce 2031 

Genus Percis, Scopoli 2033 

japonicus (Pallas) 2034 

Genus Agonouialus, Guichenot 2036 

proboscidalis (Valenciennes) 2037 

Genus Hypsagonus, Gill 2038 

quadricornis (Cuvier iS; A'alenciennes) 2038 

Genus Stellerina, Cramer 2041 

xyosterna (Jordan <fc Gilbert) 2042 

Genus Occa, Jordan Jc Everniann 2043 

verrucosa (Lockington) 2043 

dodecaedron (Tilosius) 2044 

Genus Bracbyopsis. Gill 204C 

rostratus (Tilesius) 2046 

segaliensis (Tilesius) 2048 

Genus Pallasina, Cramer 2048 

barbata (Stoindachner) 2049 

aix, Starks 2050 

Genus Leptagonus, Gill 2052 

decagouus ( Bloch it Schneider) 2052 

Genus Podotheous, Gill 2054 

accipiter, Jordan i; Starks 2055 

hamlini, Jordan \- Gilbert 2056 

gilberti (CoUett) 2058 

thonipsoni, Jordan .ic G ilbert 2060 

acipeuserinus (Tilesius) 2061 

veteruus, Jordan it Starks 2063 



Lxxx Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— (outiiiiieil. l'«g«-. 

sriSCLASS TELEOST( )M I — C<.ut iiiUt<l. 
Obdkr Ple<too!«athi— (oiitiuued. 
Slbokuer Lorkati— CoutiiiutMl. 
Family ,lf/(»/ii"</«— Continued. 

Genus Agoniis, lilucb A: Schneider 2064 

cutujihract U8. Liunji-iis 206.1 

Genii.s Stelgin, Cramer 20C7 

viil.siiH (Jordan i Gilbert) '-OCT 

GeDU8 A verriincus, Jurdan A: Starks 2061t 

eniinelaue, Jordan ii. Stai-k» 2l)Cl> 

.Kterl.tus, Gilbert -'JTI 

GeuuH Sarritor, Cramer 207U 

frenatiis, Gilbert 2073 

leiitorlivncluLs (Gilbert) 2075 

(ienus Xyste.s. Jordan A: Starks 2076 

axinoplirvs, Jordan i. Starks 2076 

Crenns IJathyagonu.s, Gilbert 2077 

nigriiiiunis, Gilbert 2078 

Genus Xenochirus, Gilbert 2079 

pentatantbus, Gilbert 2080 

ala»<'autis, Gilbert 2081 

latifrons, Gilbert , 2082 

triacautbus, Gilbert 2084 

(Jeniis Odontoiiyxis. Lockington 2085 

trispinosns, Lookiugton 2065 

Genus Botliragonus, Gill 20t>6 

Hwnnii (Steindacbner) 2080 

Genns, Aspidophoroides. Lac<*pi"de 2088 

Subgenus I'lcina, Cramer 2089 

olriki, Liitken 2o89 

guntberi, Cean 2ii90 

nion«iiterygius (Blocb) 2091 

bartoni, Gilbert 2092 

Subgenus Auo]i1agonus, Gill 2t>93 

inermis, Giintlier 2l>93 

Family Cyclopteridce 2oW 

Genus Cyclopterus (Artedi) Unnieus 2096 

luiupus, Linua'Us 2096 

Genus Euuiicrotremus, Gill 2097 

hpinuHUs (Miiller) 2098 

orbis (Glint ber) 2o9» 

Genus Let hot renius, Gilbert 2100 

niuticus. Gilbert 2101 

vinoleut US, Jordan A: Starks 2101 

(ienuH Cyelopteroides, Garman 2102 

gyrinops, Gannan 210*J 

CicnuH Cyclu|>terichthy8, Steindacbner 2101 

ventricoHus (Pallas) 2104 

(tenuH Liparopss Garman 2104 

steUeri (Pallas) 2104 

Family I.iyariiUiiie 2105 

Genus Ncollpuris, Steindacbner 2106 

atlantli'us, Jordan \- Everniann 2107 

rutteri.C.ilbert A: Sn\der 2108 

r«llyo<lon (Palla«) 2110 

mucoNUH ( Ayrt'fc) 2111 

florii, Jordan Jt Starks 2111 

p-eenl, Jordan \ Starks 2112 



Systematic Arrangement. 



LXXXI 



CLASS PISCES-Continuetl. , p 

SUBCLAS.S TELEOSTOMI-Continued. ' *^*'' 

Order Plectognathi— Continued. 

SrBORDER LoRiCATi— Continued. 

Fam ily Liparididce— Continued. 

Genus Xeoliparia, Steindachner— Continued. 

.^ liasuratus, Starlis f,..™ 

Genus Liparis (Artedi) Scopoli _"_" ojj^ 

Subgenus Liparis ^j,„ 

liparis (Linna-us) on.- 

, ^, .. ' 211& 

cyclopus, Guiither oj jg 

fucensis, Gilbert oiin 

tunicatus, Kcinhardt l,^^ 

agassizii, Putnam ."." 

berschelinus, Scofield 2193 

dennyi, Jordan & Starks "'."...[[ 9194 

cj-clostigma, Gilbert ^.7,- 

Subgenus Lyoliparis, Jordan &. Evermann 919g 

pulebellus, Ayres .[..[][.[[[ 9i96 

Subgenus Actinochir, Gill ' oj.'t 

major (Gill) '."^'.. !........".. 2127 

Genus Crystallichtlij-8, Jordan & Gilbert .""."./."!] 98G4 

mirabilis, Jordan & Gilbert ."'..'". 9365 

Genua Bathypbasma, Gilbert ovig 

ovigerum, iiilbert "' " " 

Genus Careproctus, Kriiyer ' 019a 

Subgenus Caremitra, Jordan & Evermann " " "131 

sinius, Gilbert " 

Subgenus Careproctus ^. „, 

colletti. Gilbert ....^[.[.. 9131 

plwsma, Gilbert ' 

spectrum, Bean "^ 

reinhardi (Krcij-er) " 

rauula (Goode & Bean) " .-,j„, 

ostentum, Gilbert " 

gelatinosHs (Pallas) ..'.'."..". 2134 

Subgenus Allocliir, Jordan & Evermann ...'.. 913-- 

nielanurus, Gilbert " „!^ 

Subgenus Allinectes, Jordan &. Evermann ] oi>e'. ."^gg 

ectenes, Gilbert " ' " 

Genus Prognurus, Jordan .t Evermann '"'".".... 9fi6G 

cypselurus, Jordan & Gill>ert oqc„ 

Genus Gyrinichthys. Gilbert ^.„_ 

niiny tremus, Gilbert " 

Genus Amitra, Goode .....[..[... oi-ja 

liparina, Goode ~ 

Genus Paraliparis, Collett -.-'"".""..."" 2139 

Subgenus Paraliparis 2140 

holomelas, (iilbert 

Subgenus Amitricbtbya, Jordan «fe Evermann 

ceplialua, Gill)ert ^ 

rosaceus, Gilbert ^ 

mento, Gilbert ." "^ 

copei, Goode & Bean ""^ 

daotylosus, Gilbert .......!.""'. till 

Subgenus Hilgindorfia, Goode & Bean !..... 

ulocbir. Gilbert ., 

Genus Khinoliparis, Gilbert... ^^ 

barbulifer, Gilbert 

Bull. \o. 47, pt. 4 VI 



2141 



2144 
2144 
2145 



LXXXn Systematic Arrange matt. 



CLASS J»ISCK.S_Contiiiu.-il. Page. 

Sr BCLASS TELKIISTOMI— Coiitiuueil. 
l)i<i>Ei< ri,E<-r<xiNAMii- C<>utiiiue«l. 

.SfBOIlUEB CKAXIOMI -Ufi 

Faviilij Triglidte -U7 

GeiniH PriouotuH, Lnc<'piiK' 214« 

Siilii:cuii8 (Iiiniiinluj., Joriian &. Eveniiann '.'152 

liiroHtnitUH. Uirliur<l8uii 2152 

j;^iiiiii>8tL*tliUH, (lillxTt 2153 

xcuiNnia. Jordan and Itullmau 2154 

lux ia*. Jordan 2155 

Sub;:)!nus Meriilinus, Jordan ii. Everuiann 2156 

ciirolinuH (Linnii-ns) 2156 

8ritiiliiH. Jordan 2157 

niHOUH, Jordan A: Kveruiaun 215^ 

alalUH, (iooile A; Bean 2159 

.Sul);;tnn8 I'rionotus 2100 

mili-s, Jcnvns 2160 

tttcphanopbrvH, Lockiugton 2161 

<iuii-8cen8, Jordan A: Bollman 2161 

albirostris, Jordan A: Bolhnau 2163 

rnl)io. Jordan 2164 

opliryaw, Jordan i Swain 2164 

stearnsi, Jordan i Swain 2166 

striKatus (Cuvier iV Valeucieunea) 2167 

cvolans (Linn:i-ii.s) 21C<< 

punctat 118 ( liliM h) 2169 

beauii, <ioi«U- 2170 

lribiilii8 (CiivitT) 2171 

horri'Hs, Kichardson 2172 

Genus Bellator, Jordan A: Evermanu 2173 

niilitariM (Goodc iV Bean) 2173 

ej;relta (Goodf &. Bean) 2174 

(junu8 Trigla (Artt-di) Liunii-U8 2176 

cuciiIuM, Linna-U8 2177 

Family J'trittediida; 2177 

<;enu« I'oristcdion, Laci-pt-de 2178 

niiniatiini. (ioodi- 217« 

lon;{in|iathuni, ( ioodt' di: Bean 2178 

liranli', (loode A. Jican 2179 

|ilatv('i'pbaluiu, Uoodti A: Bean 2180 

(lenua Vulsiculiis, Jordan i!c Everiuann 2181 

iniburblH (I'oin) 2181 

Family Cephalaranlhidti- 2182 

Geuu8 Ce|dialat'anthii8. Lucepede 218^1 

volltanw (I-inniiu.s) 2183 

Group Gobloidea 2184 

Family ('allionyinidir 21H4 

GonuM C'allionyniUK. Linuii-us 2186 

bairdi, Jordan 218.'i 

aKiiHHizii, Gou<b' \ Bean 2186 

ciilliurus. Ki|;t'Uinann \ Kigeumann 21H7 

pauriradintUB. Gill 2I8» 

>Vi»;ii/.i/ Uohiidir 2188 

(ienuH IokIo.><8Iih, Beau 2192 

ealliiiru!., Benn 2193 

(iiMniH I'liil>pnui«, Cuvier &. Vnleni'ieiini<« 2im 

durmilor ( l.acepede) 2194 

laloruli8. (iill 2195 



Systematic Arrangement. Lxxxiii 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI- Continued. 
Order Plectognathi— Contiuued. 
Suborder Craniojii— Continued. 
Family (iohiidcn — Continued. 

Genu.s Dorniitator, Gill 2195 

maculatu.s (Bloch) 'Jige 

Genus G uavina, Bleeker 2198 

giiavina (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2198 

Genus Eleotris (Gionow) Bloch & Schneider 2199 

amblyopsis Cope 2199 

abacurus, Jordan & Gilbert 2200 

pisonis (Gmelin) 22U0 

perniger (Cope) 2201 

pi(^tua (Kner ic Steindachner) 2201 

Genus Alexurus, Jordan 2202 

arniigor, Jordan & Richardson 2203 

Genus Erotelis, Poey 2203 

smaragdus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2204 

Genus Gymneleotris, Bleeker 2204 

semiuudus (Giinther) 2204 

Genus Chriolepis, Gilbert 2205 

luinulillus, Gilbert 2205 

Genus Sicydium, Cuvier &, Valenciennes 2205 

pluiuieri (Bloch) 2206 

antillaruni, Ogil vie-Grant 2206 

vincente, Jordan &EvermaDn 220" 

punctatum, Perugia 2867 

caguitaj, Evormann & Marsh 3183 

Genus Cotylopus, Guichonot 2207 

Subgenus Sicyosus, Jordan & Evermann 2207; 2867 

gy mnogaster (Ogilvie-Graut) 2207 

salvini (Ogilvie-Grant) 2208 

Genus Evorthodus, Gill 22o8 

breviceps, (iill 2208 

Genus Lophogobius, Gill 2209 

cyprinoides (Pallas) 2209 

Genus Gobius (Artedi) Linnieus 2210 

Subgenus Gobius 2216 

soporator, Cuvier & Valenciennes 2216 

Subgenus Ctenogobius, Gill 2218 

uicholsii, Beau 2218 

eigeniuauni, Garman 2218 

glaucofraniuni (Gill) 2219 

nianglicola, Jordan c^- Starks 2220 

stigniaturus, Goode i Bean 2220 

((uadriporus, Cuvier \- Valenciennes 2221 

sliufeldti, Jordan A: Eigeuniaun 2221 

boleosouia, Jordan it Gilbert 2221 

fasciatus (Gill) 2222 

enca'oinus, Jordan «fc Gilbert 2223 

stigniaticus (Poey) :.'224 

lyricus, Girard 2224 

garniani, Eigeuuiann &. Eigenmann 2225 

zebra, Gilbert 2226; 2867 

Subgenus Euctenogobius, Gill 2226 

poey i. Steindachner 2226 

badius (Gill) 2227 



LXXxrv Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— Com inu.Ml. P»Ce. 

srilCLASS TELKOSTOMI— CoiuinatMl. 

(tHIiEll I'LECTOiXATHI — CoJltinuexl. 

Siikjuuek Cbaxikmi— CoiitiiiiieU. 
Family <;ofcii(/tp— Cont iinii-*!. 

GfiiUH Gobhil* (Artetli) Lit)iia-us— Continned. 
Siil>t{enu8 GoliioiielluH, (iirard 2227 

luiirwiou, «iii..rt 2*-nrr 

Hiiiarng<lu8, CiivitT A: Valeiicieiiues 22'_'7 

Mtrit;atu8, O'Slmiighni'Htty 2228 

HitgittiiU (GiiutheD ■-•228 

liiiHlatiis ( Gininl) iTJy 

oceiinic-us, ralliiit 2230 

bavHcnoDi-iisiti, Kveniianu <.V: Marith 3184 

8a)));euiis LythrypiiiiH, Junlan ii Evemianu 2230 

dfilli, Gilbtrt 22:*0 

CieiiuM Giirnianuia. Jurtlan 6i Everiuann 2231 

Siili;;euus Ciariiiaiiiiia 223'J 

paraduxa ((Minther) 2232 

lii'iiiiK> iiiua (Kiufuuiaiin A: Eigenmanu) 2233 

Siibgi'uus £iiv|iiiias. Jordau Jc Kvi-riiiann 2233 

HtMiiiiiiiila (Giiiitlier) 2233 

Gi'uiiM Awaous, SU'iiidac'hner 2234 

HavuH (Ciivier A: X'alencieiiiieM) 2235 

iieUoni. EviTtnauD 2235 

taia.-4i('a ( Lic-hieii»tfin) 2236 

iiK'xicaniiM ((iijiitlier) 223T 

Genua liulliiiaiiuia, Jurdau 223" 

occllata. Gilbert 2238 

chlaniydes, Jurdau 2238 

uiacropouia, (iilbert 2239 

stiginatura. GillnTt 2239 

biiqueriiueUHis, Kvenuanu Si. Marsh 3185 

Gi-uuH Abouia, Jordan A Stark.s 2240 

etbeoittuuiB, Jordan \- Starkn 2240 

lucrutiii- (EiKenniaun A: Ei^cnniann) 2241 

('hi<iuita (Jenkins A Everuiann) 2241 

Giuii!* MiiTogobiuH. I'w-y 2242 

KulosuH (Giraril) 2243 

tMile|iiH, Eigenmanu A: KiKenmann 2214 

nii-oki, Evemianu J^ Marnb 3185 

thabiHHinuH, Jordan & Gilbert 2245 

•ignatuM, I'oey 2246 

Genui /.alyimuH. Joninn A: Evennann 2246 

tyelidepi* (G lIlHTt » 2246 

eiiibleiuatieus (Jiininn ic Gilbert) 2347 

Genuii EiK y tliinobiuH, Gill 2248 

newlicrryi (Girnnl) 2248 

GeniiM Le|>ldo>;oldiiii. Gill 2249 

lepidun (GirardI S349 

GeiiuM(;illii bthvi*. ('iK)|Mr 2249 

inirrtbilJH, CiMiper 22SO 

(let riMim, (Albert A S.t.rtild S2S1 

GcniiH (^iiiotiila, Jordan A Evemianu SS51 

y-ettu<ln (Jenkiiiit A E\ eniiannl 2151 

(iruuM Ilyimiiit, Jordan >v Evrrinnnii 23St 

gilbcrti (Eigeuiiiauii A Ki;-eiiniann) S6S 



Systematic Aj'ra7iq-c)uc?it. 



LXXXV 



CLASS PISCES-Continued. 
SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. *''®" 

Ordek Plectogn-athi—Cou tin lied. 
SUBORDEK Craniomi— 'Continued. 
Family Oofcudos— Continued. 

Genus Clevelandia, Eigenmann &z. Eigenmann oo-^ 

ios (Jordan & Gilbert) ' ' "^l 

rosa-, Jordan iEveimann ."1- 

Genuf* Everniannia, Jordan ',,'^.\ 

longipinnis (Steindachner) ^."Ig 

zosterura, (Jordan & Gilbert) \\ o^jg 

Genus Gobioaonia, Girard ^o-- 

histrio, Jordan ". 

molestum, Giranl ' 

bosci (Lacepede) "'.... 9059 

crescentale, Gilbert I'-q 

niultifasciatuni, Steindachner o-'go 

Genii.s Barbulifer, Eigenmann & Eigenmann ".".'."....".." .. ''ogo 

ceuthrecus (Jordan A: Gilbert) ' "^^^^^ 

Genus Typhlogobius, Steindachm-r ^ .''.".!.'.'.'.'' ' 2'61 

californiensi.s, Steindachner \ oogo 

Genus Tyntlastes, (Jii iither ' 2o,-o 

brevis (Glint her) " ." 

sagitta(Giintlier) ". ".".^".".^... '.\. '" 0003 

Genus Gobioides, Lacepede '...'.""'.. '^'^0.3 ■ ^868 

broussonnetii, Lacep^de "" ' gogi 

peruanus (Steindachner) ^."g , 

Genus Cayennia, Sauvage o.'„. 

guicbenoti, Sauvage ~^~^f. 

SUBOKDER DlSfOCEPHALI " .^ 

Family Echeneidixhe "^ 

Genus Phtiieiiichthys, Gill '..../.....'.'.'.'../.". oogg 

lineatus(Menzies) "" ^ 

Genus Lcheneis (Artedi) Linua'us 2->68 

naucrates, Linnu'us 



nau<Tateoides, Zuiew .,r.- 



2269 
2270 



Genus Remilegia, Gill "" ,.,_ 

australis (Bennett) "^L 

Genus Koiuora, Gill "^i 

Subgenus Reniora "-,. 

reniora ( Linnn'us) ^."1 

Subgenus Keniorina, Jordan & Everniann ''\\ 00-., 

albescens (Temniinck &, Schlegel) \\ oo^o 

Subgenus Renioropsis, Gill o-i'^o 

brachyptera ( L(nve) o."-.' 

Genus Rlioinbocliirus, Gill "^'' 

osteochir (Cu vier) ."^. 

Group Trathinoidea i]^' 

Family Malacanthidw ."."' 

Genus Malacantluia, Cuvier 00-5 

l)luiiiieri (Bloch) ,"."_'. 

Genus Caubdatilus. Gill o.'J-g 

prinrrps (J.nyns) ...\^'.." "!..."'.. 0076 

niicropa, Goode & Bean ."o-- 

oyanops, Poey ^"^-'n 

Genus Lojdiolatilus, Goode >S: Bean I"-8 

ehanjivleonticeps, Goode \- Beau 0070 



LXXXVI Sysicmaiic Arrangcmeni. 



CLASS PISCES-CoDtinueil. Pag*. 

sriM'LASS TELKOSTdM I— Continued. 
< )KDKK Pi.E<TiKiNATiil -Continued. 
SdiiohijKB Ul^rtMKi'ii a I.I— Continued. 

t'ainilii Opinlhoimatliiihe 2279 

GinuB (»i(iHtlii>Knatlm», CiivJer 22'*0 

lonchiiniiii. Jordan i.V Gilbert 22S1 

|iu 111' tat II III, Peters 2'J<1 

iimcroi^niitliuni. Po<-y 22S1 

oiuinatuiii, Jrnkins A: Everniann 2282 

OenuM (tualliyiiopa. Gill 2283 

Hi'opH. Ji-nkins &. Evermann 2283 

niaxillosa (Poey) 2284 

inacroiiH (Poey) 22«H 

rhonialen (Jordan A <HllxTt) 2285 

snyderi. Jordan Jt Evcrnianu 2285 

mystacina, Jordan 2286 

Genus I.on»lioj»i8thu«, (Jill 228'i 

iiiirrofiiiatliuw (Poey) 2287 

Familit lUithinnaxtrridiv 2287 

Genus Bat liy master, Cope 2288 

^JKnafus. Cope 2288 

Genus Kon(|iiilus, Jordan i Starka 2289 

jordaui (Gilbert) 2289 

Genus Uathbunclla, Jordan & Evermann 2289 

hypo|iletta (Gilbert) 2290 

FamiUi Cliiasinoilontidfe 2291 

Genus Cbiasiuodon, Johnson 2291 

nipT. Jolinson 2291 

( ienns Psciidoscopelus, Liitkeu 2292 

script us, Lilt ken 2292 

Fain ilji ( 'her II ichlhiiidiv 2293 

Genus llypsicoiiietes, Goodo 2293 

Cobioides, Goode 2294 

Fatnilii Trichodontidce 2295 

Genus Tricbo«lon (Stoller) Cuvier 2295 

tricbodon (Tilesiiis) 2295 

(ienua Arctoscopus, Jordan ifc Evermann 2297 

Japonioiis (Sieindacbner) 2297 

Fainilij DacUjloicupidie 22'J7 

Genus Gillellus, (Jilbert 2298 

semicini tiis, ( ; llbert 2298 

arenieola. (iilbert 2299 

ornatus. (lilbert 2299 

(ienus DartyluscopuH, Gill . 2300 

Subt;enuH Dactylosciipiia 2301 

)iecloralis. Gill 2301 

t ridigi tat UB, G ill 2301 

|MHyi, Gill 8302 

lunaticiis, Gilbert SIOS 

Subt;eniis KsloHi'opus. Jordan Jk Everniann 008 

r.elotea, Jonlnii \ (iillxTt SMS 

Genua l>a<'tylu^niiM. Gill 904 

iiiuikIuh. Gill 2S04 

Goiiun M.\ xislaKnuH. (iill 2306 

"penuluris. Gill no5 



Systematic Arrangement. LXXXA'ii 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Plecto(inathi— Continued. 
Suborder Uiscocephai.i— Continued. 

Family Uranoscojndw 2305 

Gemi.s Astroscopus, Brevoort 230C 

}--griecuui (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2307 

zephyreus, (iilhert &, Starks 2309 

guttatus (Abbott) 2310 

Genus Katlieiostoma, Giinther 2311 

averruncus, Jordan &. Bollman 2311 

albiguttuni, Bean 2312 

Suborder Haplodoci 2313 

Family Batrachoididce 2313 

Genus Batrachoides, Lacepcde 2314 • 2808 

surinaraensis (Bloeh & Schneider) 23U 

pacitici (Giinther) 2314 

Genus Opsanus, Rafinesque 2315 

tau (Linnrt'us) 2315 

pardus (Goode & Bean) 2316 

Genus Porichthys, Girard 2317 

poiosissinius (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2319 

notatus, Girard 2321 

margaritatus (Ilichardsou) 2322 

Genus Thalassoi)liryno, Giinther 2323 

maculosa, Giinther 2324 

reticulata, GiinI her 2325 

Genus Divctor, Jordan i<: Evermann 2325 

dowi (Jordan &. Gilbert) 2325 

Suborder Xenoptekyg ii 2326 

Fam ily Oobiesocidte '>3'>C 

Genus Cauiarchus, Gill 2327 

niiieandricus (Girard) 2328 

Genus Bryssetneres, Jordan & Evermann 2328 

])inniger (Gilbert) 2328 

Genus Gobiesox, Lacepcde 0309 

Subgenus Bryssophilus, Jordan & Evermann 2330 

papillifer, (Gilbert 2330 

Subgenus Gobiesox 2331 

gyrinus, Jordan it Evermann 033^ 

nigripinnis ( Peters) 2331 

cephalus, Lac6p^de 2332 

tiules, Richardson 2333 

stnimosus, Cope 2333 

virgat uUis. Jordan A- Gilbert 2333 

adustus, Jordan & Gilbert 033^ 

funebris, (lilbert 033^ 

pdcilophthalmus, Jeuyns 2335 

rhodowpilus, Giinther 2335 

macrophtlialmus, Giinther 0335 

cerasinus, Cope 2336 

Subgenus Sicyases, Miiller & Troscbel 2336 

erythroi)s, Jordan .t Gilbert 2336 

rubiginosus ( Poey ) 2337 

carneus ( Poey) 2337 

ha-res, Jordan it Bollman 2337 

punctulatus (Poey) 2338 

fasoiatus (Peters) 2338 



LXXXVIIT Systematic Arrau^cmtnt. 



CLASS I'ISCKS— ContiiiiKtl. V^g*- 

SI' lU.'LASS T KLE( )ST(JM I -( oiii intied. 

OUUKK J'LKlTCMJXATm-C'ontillUld. 

SUIIUKIIKK XEN(Jl'TEllV<iU— CoiltillUfd. 

Family 0'o6i«*oeid'*'— Coni iniied. 

Oi'iiuH Kiiiiit'ola. .Ionian A; Kvennann 2338 

inuHCuriini (Me<-k <fc I'ierson) 2338 

eigi-mnaiiiii (Gilbert) 232» 

Gi-niiH Arl)urii)H:i. Jonlaii <)>: Evfmiann 2340 

rlif8»(Ml()n ( Itosii Smitlu -'34ii 

Iniinoralis ((jill.tit) 2341 

iu|>(stris (I'oey) 2341 

•/(•bra (Jonlan Jc Gilbert) 2341 

cos (J.inlan i, Gilbert) 2343 

Group Bleniiioidea 2;>43 

Family lilenniiiUr 2344 

GeiiiiH Euiieancites, Jordan & Evemiann 2349 

canuiiialis (Jordan A: tlilbert) 2350 

GenjiH Gil lias, Evemiann A: MarsL 31iS6 

Jordani, Evi-rmann i Marsh 3186 

GeniiH Uialoniinus, (Gilbert 2868 

I'liHCim, Gilbert 2868 

<ienii8 UettTOMtii-liiis, Girard 2350 

rostratuH, Girard j. . 2351 

Genii.-i (iibbousia, Cooper 2351 

eleganH (Cooper) 2353 

evides (Jordan &. Gilbert) 2352; 2869 

OenuH Neoclinua. Girard 2354 

Subgenus Neoeliuus 2354 

blan< hardi, G irard 2354 

Subgenus I'terognatbus, Girard 2355 

Hat iricus, ( Urard 2355 

4ienus Malacoetenus. Gill 2:C>6 

otellatus (Stoindaehner) 2356: 2889 

variuH (I'oey) 2;J57 

niacropus (I'oey) 2357 

lugubris (I'oey) 2357 

fulebra^. Evemiann A Marsli 3187 

gillii (Steiiidai-liner) 2358 

])iiertori<'en8i8, Evemiann «V Marnli 3189 

biiuaeiibituH (Steinilacliner) 235** 

moorei, Evemiann A: Marsh 3188 

dulalanili (Cuvier \ Valenciennes) 2358 

versicolor (Poey) 2359 

bigutlatus (Cope) 2360 

4 ■ en 118 Lalirisoiniis. Swalnson 236(.i 

liemiinier (Le Sueur) 2361 

nucliipiiiiiis ((/uoy A: Gaiiuard) 236J 

xaiiti.Gill 2:«J2 

buecileriis. I'o«y 2363 

iiiien>le|(iilol UK, Poey 2363 

<ienus Mnier|ii-s. Jordan A Evemiann 2364 

niaerocephaliis (Giinther) 2364 

Genus Gobi<M liuiiH. Gill 2364 

gobio (Cux iiT A \'al)-ni'ienneH) 2365 

OenuH Sturksia, Jordan A Evemiann 2365 

ereniliobales (( ; ill>ert ) 2365 

Cieniis (,'ryptolreniH. GillM-rt 2366 

corallinuni, Ciilbert 2366 



Systematic Arrangement. Lxxxix 

CLASS PISCES— Continueil. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Plectogxathi— Continued. 
Suborder Xenopterygii— Continued. 
Family Blenniido' — Continued. 

Genua Exerpes, Jordan & Evermaun 2367 

a.sper (Jenkins & Everniaiin) 2367 

Genus Auclienistius, Evei'niaiin &. Mar.sh 3190 

.stahli, Everniann I't Marsli 3190 

Genus Auclienopterus, Giintber 2369 

Subgenus Corallicola, Jordan Sc Evennann 2369 

nigrijiinuis (Steindacbner) 2369 

altivelis (Lockington) 2370 

niarnioratus (Steindacbner) 2371 

Subgenus Aucbenopterus 2371 

affinis (Steindacbner) 2371 

monoi)btliaIniu8, Giintlier 2372 

integripinnis (Kosa Sniitb) 2372 

albieaudus, Evcrmann & Marsb 3191 

rubescena, Evermann 6i Marsh 3191 

cingulatus, Evennann & Marsh 3192 

fajardo, Evermann &, Marsh 3193 

fasciatus (Stiendaclmer) 2373 

nox (Jordan & Gilbert) 2373 

Genus Paraclinus, Mocquard 2374 

chaperi, Mocquard 2374 

Genus Enimnion, Jordan 2375 

bristobe, Jordan . 2375 

Genus Atoi)oclinus, Vaillant 2376 

riugens, Vaillant 2376 

Genus lluuula, Jordan & Bollmau 2377 

azalea, Jordan Jc Bollman 2377 

Genus Blennius ( Artedi) Linnaeus 2377 

Subgenus Lipophrj's, Gill 2378 

carolinus (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2378 

fucoruni, Cuvier & Valenciennes 2379 

stearnsi, Jordan i Gilbert 2379 

fa vosus, Goode & Beau 2380 

pilicornis, Cuvier & Valenciennes 2380 

mannoreus, Poey 2381 

truucatus ( Poey) 2381 

viuctus, Poey 2382 

cristatus, LinniPus 2382 

Genus Seartella, Jordan 2384 

microstoma ( Poey) 2384 

Genns Hypleurocbilus, (iill 2385 

geminatiis (Wood) 2385 

Genus llypsoblennius, Gill 2386 

Subgenus llypsoblennius 2386 

gilberti (Jordan) 2386 

gentili.s (Girard) 2387 

striatus (Steindacbner) 2388 

iontbas (Jordan & Gilbert) 238* 

bont z (Le Sueur) 2390 

Subgenus Blenniolus, Jordan Jc Evermann 2390 

brevipinuis (Giintber) 2390 

Genus Cbasmodes, Cuvier >.t Valenciennes 2391 

jenkinsi (Jordan & Evermaun) 2391 

quadrifasciatus ( Wood) 2392 



XC Svstctnatic .irrayigctficnt. 



CLASS PISCES— Com iniu-a. P*K« 

Sl'BCLASS TKLKOSTOMI— Continue.1. 

OKIjER I'l.EC.TofJXATHI— ContlllIl«-il. 

Sl'lloKliKK XKXI)ITEHV<iIl— ContiniU'tl. 
Family Hlfuniidie—Ciiii\iuuet\. 

(li-niiH Chnitni«(l«», CiivUt A: Vnleucienneii— Continned. 

Mtliiirrii'..TordHn A: ('fillKTt 231J2 

iiovcmlint'Utim ( \Vo<id) 'J^'J'S 

lioM(|iiiaiiiiH (Lac^'i(iMU') 23W 

• leiiiiH Hoiiii'Mthe«, GUliert 2394 

lutil.-i.tis. (JillM-rt 23»4 

tieniiH Srart it'll tli\n..Ior<laii \- Kveriuann 2395 

rubr<i|»iiiii-tatiiH (Ciivier tc Valenciennes) 2396 

(ieiiiiH l{ii]ii(«art('«, SwaiWHOn 2396 

atlauiii'UH (Cuvii-r it Valenciennes) 2397 

Oeiiiis EntomacrodiiM, (iill 2397 

chioxtit tii8 (Jortlan A. Gilbert) 2398 

niari;ar) tact-US (I'oey) 2398 

tlectiratu.t. Pt>ey 2398 

uif^ricaiis, (Jill 2:J99 

( itims Salaiiirhlliys, Guichenot 24tK) 

tfxtilis (Qiitiy A; Gainiard) 2400 

Genus Coralliozftus. Kverniaiin A: Marsh 3194 

i-artlnna-. Evfrinaun A; Mar«li 3194 

Geuus (>iiliit>l>leiiiiiiis, Gill 2400 

wcl)bii ( VaU-ntienues) 24t'l 

Ht eintlat liuiri, Jordan &. Evermanu 2401 

(teniis Erablfuiaria. Jordan A^ Gilbert 2401 

atlantica, Jortlan A: Evermanu 2402 

nivipes, Jordan ic Gilbert 24U2 

otulocirris. Jordan 2403 

(icnuH Chii'uojisis. Gill 2403 

tifi'llatuH, Po<>y 2403 

(it-nus Lufioblcnniiis, Gilb«Tt 2404 

alipiilotuH, Gilbtrt 24<»4 

( ienuH Pliolitliclit iiys, lUeeker 2405 

aii^iiillit'onniB. Lookinnton 24i>5 

GenuH pHi'ilnobU-nuiuM, Jenkiu.t A Evcrnuinn 2406 

liypat'anlhut). JenkiuH A: Evenuann 2406 

Genus Statliiunnotus, Hi-an 240" 

litiupliillii. Hian 2407 

(ieiiiin ISryostfunna, Jortlan Si StarkM 2408 

)iolya(-toce|ilialuni (Pallas) 2408 

nuKator, Jordan A Williams 2410 

(m'uus AjitMlii'litbys, (iirani 2411 

tta V idus, ( ; irartl 241 1 

univittatUN. Lockinglon 2412 

GenuH X.nri" H, Jtmlan '^ Gilbert 2413 

fuct>rum (Joriliin A (iilbert) X413 

GenuH rivii Ilia. Gilbert 2418 

sani-ta'-rosu-, (Gilbert 2413 

(ienuH IMitdlH (Gronow) Si-optili 2414 

* SiibKenuH I'roceiitrus, Kner 2415 

plft US ( Kner) 2415 

Siili|;<'ni>!« KhiMlynienlc-htliXH. Jordan Sc Evemiann 2416 

dt.li. huKuxl'T ( Pnllan I 2416 

SuliK.-nuB Pln.lis »417 

lam latas (liloch ii Sebucldef) 2417 



Systematic Arrangement. xci 



CLASS PISCES— Continuefl. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectognathi— Continued. 
Suborder Xenopterygii— Continued. 
Family Blenniiike — Continued. 

Genus Pbolis (Gronow) Scopoli— Continued. 
Subgenus Pholis— Continued. 

gunnellus (Linna-us) 2419 

ornatus (Giiard) 2419 

Genus G un nellops, Bleeker 2420 

roseus (Pallas) 242ii 

Genus Asteruopteryx, Riippell 24'JO 

gunnelliforniis, Riipi)ell 2420 

Genus Anoplarchus, Gill 2421 

atropurpureus (Kittlitz) 2422 ; 2869 

Genus Alectria.s, Jordan &. Evermann 2869 

alectrolopb us (Pallas) 2421 ; 2869 

Genus Xipliistes, Jordan & Starks 2423 

ulv.e, Jordan & Starks 2423 

chirus (Jordan & Gilbert) 2424 

Genus Xipbidion, Girard 2424 

mucosuni, Girard 2425 

rupestre (Jordan &- Gilbert) 2426 

Genus Cebediehtbys, Ayres 2426 

violaceus (Ayres) 242 < 

Genus Plagiogrammus, Bean 2427 

hopkinsi, Bean 2428 

Genus Opistboeentrus, Kner 2428 

ocellatus (Tilesius) 2429 

Genus Pbolidapus, Bean & Bean 2430 

dybowskii (Steindacbner) 2430 

Genus Pleetobranchus, Gilbert 2431 

evides. Gilbert 2432 

Genus Leptoclinus, Gill 2432 

maoulatus ( Fries) 2433 

Genus Poroclinus, Bean 2433 

rothrocki, Bean 2434 

Genus Lunipenus, Reinbardt 2435 

Subgenus Aniaarclius, (iill 2435 

medius (Keinbardt) 2435 

Subgenus Lumpenus 2436 

anguillaris (Pallas) 2436 

mackayi (Gilbert) 2436 

fabricii (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2437 

lanipetripformis ( Walbaum) 2438 

Genus Sticlueus, Reinbardt 2439 

punctatus (Fal)ricius) 2439 

Genus Ulvaria, Jordan & Evermann 2410 

subbifurcata (Storer) 2440 

Genus Eumesograninius, Gill 2441 

ptireisus (Kriij-er) 2441 

Fainihj Cryi>tacatitho(lid(e 2442 

Genus Delolepis, Bean 2442 

virgatus, Bean 2442 

Genus Cryptacanthodes, Storer 2443 

maculatus, Storer 2443 

Genus Lyconectes, Gilbert 2444 

aleutensis, Gilbert 2444 



xcn Systematic ArraJigement. 



CLASS riSCKS— Contiiiii.cl. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTMMI-C..ininu«.l. 
Ori>er I'LECTixJXATHi— ContimitHl. 
SntoKiiER XKSoiTEKYiiii— Continued. 

Family Anarhirhadida 2445 

GeuiiH Anurhii'lias (Ai-te<li) Linnii-ii8 2445 

latifnins Steeustnip iV Hallf;rin>8«on 2440 

minor. Olnt'iien 2446 

lujiiis, Linnii'Us 2440 

lc]itiiriiH. 15<-an 2447 

orien talis. I'iiUmm 244" 

(ienus AnHrrhiclitliVB. Ay res 2447 

(KcllatUH, A \ res 244tl 

Familij (WdalidcF 244« 

(leniiH CVnlalc. Jordan i; Gilbert 2448 

lent hn.s. Jordan \ (Mlbert 2449 

OcuiiH Microdi-sniiis, (liintlier 2450 

dijiUM, (iiinther 2450 

rctropinnis. Jordan i Gilbert 2450 

yamil;/ I'tilichttn/ida- 2451 

Genus Ptilitlitliys, Hean 2452 

t'oodci, IJean 2452 

Gron]> < )pliidi(.idfa 2453 

FauiUy Scytalinidie 2453 

Genus Sc_\ talina. Jordan A: Gilbert 2454 

cerdale, Jonlan \ (Jilliert 2454 

Family Zoarcidce 2455 

Genus Zoarcea, Gill 2456 

Subgenus Jklaerozoarces, Gill 2457 

an;,'ui llaris ( Peek ) 2457 

Genus Knil)ryx. Jordan & Evennaun 2458 

erassilubris (Gilbirt) 2458 

crotalinus (Gilliert i 2458 

< i eiius Ly emloiisis. < 'oUet t 2460 

Iiaciticus (Collett) 2460 

(mdus Aprodon, <iillK?rt 2460 

I'ortezianua, tiilbert 2461 

(Jenus Ly<'odes, Keinbardt 2461 

Subgenus Lycodea 2463 

e?<niarkii, ( ollett 2463 

vail li i, Ueinbanlt 2463 

eoncolor, Gill A: Townseiid 2403 

zoanlius. Goode S: l5ean 2464 

ret iiulat us, Hei u bardt 2465 

|MTN]ii<'illuni. Kr<iy«-r 2465 

friKidus, Collett 2465 

t«Trie iiovii , (ollett 2466 

iligitatus. Gill \ Townseml 2466 

jialiarls, Gillx'rt 2466 

bri'vijics, IJwm 2467 

Sulicenus Lyrias. Jordan i Evennaun 2468 

nebulosuH, Kriiyer 3468 

HfiuinuduN. Itt<inliardt 2468 

(tenuH LycmlaU'iiis, BlM'ker 2468 

polnris (Sabine I 2468 

niurosiis (HicbanlHon^ 2470 

Giniis Lyienclielyt, (illl 2470; 2860 

verrillil (Go<Mle .V lleanl 2470 



Systematic Arrangement. xciii 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectognathi— Continued. 
Suborder Xenoptkrygii— Continued. 
Family Zo« /•«'(?«;— Continued. 

Genus Lycencbely.s, Gill — Continued. 

paxillus (Goodo & Bean) 2471 

niurfena (Collett) 3195 

porifer (Gilbert) 2471 

Genus Furciuianus, Jordan & Evermann 2472 

diaptcrus (Gilbert) 2472 

Genus Lycodonus, Goode & Bean 2473 

mirabilLs, Goode &. Bean 2474 

Genus Lyconenia, Gilbert 2474 

barbatuiu, Gilbert 2474 

Genus Bothroc.i ra, Bean 2475 

pusilla (Bean) 2476 

molli-SiBean 2476 

Genus Gyninelis, Reinhardt 2477 

viridis (Fabricius) 2477 

stigma (Lay & Bennett) 2477 

Genus Lycocara, Gill 2478 

parrii (Ross) 2478 

Genus Melanostigma, Giinther 2478 

gelatinosuni, Giintber 2479 

pamnielas, Gilbert 2479 

Family Derepodichthyidce 2480 

Genus Derepodiclithys, Gilbert 2480 

alepidotus, Gilbert 2480 

Family Ophidiidce 2481 

Genus Lepoiibidium, Gill 2482 

luamioratum (Goodo &, Bean) 2482 

emmelas (Gilbert) 2483 

stigmatistinm (Gilbert) 2483 

profundorum (Gill) 2484 

cervinuni (Goode & Bean) 2484 

prorates (Jordan & Bollman) 2485 

brevibarbe (Cuvier) 2485 

pardale (Gilbert) 2486 

microlepis (Gilbert) 2486 

Genus Opbidion (Artedi) Linnteus 2487 

beani, Jordan & (Gilbert 2487 

bolbrooki (Putnam) 2487 

gmellsi, Poey 2488 

Genus Chilara, Jordan &, Evermann 2488 

taylori (Girard) 2489 

Genus Rissola, Jordan & Evermann 2489 

marginafa (I)e Kay) 2489 

Genus Otopliidiuni, Gill 2490 

omostignuini (Jordan >S: Gilbert) 2490 

indefatigabile. Jordan & Bollman 2490 

galeoidi's (Gilbert) 2491 

Family Lycodapodidce 2491 

Genus Lycodapus, Gilbert 2492 

dermatinus, Gilbert 2492 

flerasfer, Gilbert 2493 

parviceps, Gilbert 2493 

exteusus (Gilbert) 2494 



xcrv Sy sterna tic Arratigemcni. 



CLASS PISCKS— Coiitinii.Ml. P«ge. 

• SUBCLASS TELKOSTo.MI— •■..iiiinii.-.l. 
OKDKB I'I.ErTtKtXATIII — ("oiiiinuecl. 

S(°Ii(>RI>KK XEXOI'TEHYiill— <.'iiiitinueil. 

Familtj Fiera^/eridir 2494 

(ieiitiH Fieraafer, Cuvier 2495 

artiiiis (Giilith.T) 2495 

iireiiirolu, Joriliiu A- Gill>ert 2496 

Ix-niiudcuBiH (JoiieH) 2497 

family UrotulidtP 15498 

(Jfiins Urotiila. Ciivier 2500 

ImrWata (Blocb A: Scbneitlcr) 2500 

(;oiiii8 Stvgicola. Gill 2500 

dent. It us (I'oey) 2500 

Genu» Liitifuga, I'oty 2501 

8nbt«"iTaiieus, Poey 2501 

• GenuK llrosmiipliyciM, Gill 2502 

iiiartiiiatii8( Ayre«» 2502 

iMiiii.H Ogilbia. Jordan A: EvcrmanD 2502 

ventraliH (Gill) 2503 

cayoruni, Evermauii Jt Kendall 2503 

Genus By tbites. lUinbardt 2504 

fusiUH, Rtiubardt 2504 

GoniiH t'atiityx Giiiitber 2504 

rubirostris. Cilbi-rt 2505 

Geiiu8 Dicroniita, Gctodi- A Beau 2506 

agassi/.ii, Goode A: Bt*an 2306 

Genua BasHozetus. Gill 2507 

ntirnialiH, Gill 25o7 

conipresHUB (Giintber) 2508 

latcua, Goode A Ib-an 2509 

tania (Giintber) 2510 

Genus Mu'bia. Go<mU" &. Bean 2510 

liroux'las ((iilbert) 2511 

Genu« Xeobytbiles, Gtwxle Sc Bean '-512 

gillii, (ioode ic Bi-an 2512 

niar;;inatus, Goode &. Bean 2513 

<;iims It. iitboconu'ti'H. GoikU' & Bean 2514 

robiintus, Good)- A: Bean 2514 

<;i'iiu.s BaMsogigas, Gill 2515 

j:illii, (loode A^ Beau 2515 

Hl.llileroidejt ( ( i ilbort ) 2516 

<M-uus Baratbrodunius, (ioode <k Bean 2517 

iiianatinuH. Gmxle A Bean 2517 

GeniiH Ni-inatouu'*. Giintbi-r 2518 

IM'ctorall.H, Goddi- A Bean 2518 

(JeniiM I'orugadux, (ioodi- A Bean 2519 

Miil.M, Goodi- A Beau 2520 

Gi'iiu-> I't-nopuB. GtMjdi" A Bean 2520 

niat'iloiMilcli, G<M>de A Bean 2521 

GenuH Itl.ri-l.nr.G.MKle A: Bean 2522 

introni^ra, Gmtde A B«'an 2522 

< ienus MixuhUH, Giintber 2523 

lali<.-|.s (Giintber) 2523 

(ienuM BarutbronuH, <;<«h1i> A Bean 2524 

birulor. t MHMle A B«'an 2524 

Gi-nuH A|iby<inu«, (iiintber 2525 

incdlis. Gomle A Bean 2525 



Systematic Arrangement. xcv 

CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page. 
SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI-Continued. 
Order Plectog.vathi— Continued. 
Suborder Xenopterygii— Continued. 
Fam ihj Bregmacerotidce 2.525 

Genu.s Uregniaoero.s, Thompson 2526 

macclellandii, Thomp.sou 252fi 

atlanticus, Goode & Bean 2527 

Suborder Anacanthini 2528 

Family Merlueciidoi 252!) 

Genu.s Merluccius, Rafinesque 2529 

raerluccius (Linnseus) 2530 

bilinearis ( Mitcbill) ■2530 

jnoductus ( Ayres) 2531 

Family Gadidce 2531 

Geuu.s Boreogadus, Giintber 2533 

saida (Lopechin) 2533 

Genus Pollacliius, Nilsson 2534 

virens (Liniucus) 2531 

Genua Theragra, Lucas 2535 

clialcograiniua (Pallas) 2535 

fucensis (Jordan &. Gilbert) 2536 

Genus Eleginus, Fischer 2537 

navaga (Kolrouter) 2537 

Genus Microgadus, Gill 2538 

proximus (Girard) 2539 

tomcod CWalbauni) 2540 

Genus Gadus ( Artcdi) Linnteus 2540 

callarias, Liuna'us 2541 

macrocephalus, Tilesius 2541 

ogac. Richardson 2542 

Genu.s Melauogramnius, Gill 2542 

a-gletiuas, Linntcus 2542 

Genus Lepedion, Swainson 2543 

verecunduni, Jordan & Cramer 2543 

Genus Antiniora. Giintber 2544 

viola (Goode &. Beau) 2544 

microlepis, Bean 'J545 

Genus Uraleptus, Costa 2545 

maraldi (Risso) 2545 

Genua Lotella, Kaup 2546 

uiaxillaris, Bean 2.546 

Genus Pbysiculus, Kaup 2547 

t'ulvus, Bean 2547 

uomatopus, Gilbert 2548 

kaupi, Poey 2548 

rastrelliger, Gilbert 2549 

Genus Lota (Cii vier) Oken 2550 

maculosa (Lo Sueur) 2550 

Genus Molva, Fleming 2551 

niolva (Liunn'us) 2551 

Genus Uroi)hycis, Gill 2552 

Subgenus Urophycis 2553 

regius ( Walbauui) 2553 

cirratus (Goode A: Bean) 2553 

tioridanus ( Bean & Dre.sel) 2554 

earlli (Bean) 2554 

Subgenus Eraphycus, Jordan A: Evermanu 2554 

tenuis (Mitcbill) 2555 



XCVI Systematic Arrangement. 



CLASS PISCES— C.mtinii.d. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELKOSTOMI-Continitf.l 
Order Plectounathi— ContinueU. 

SUIIOHOER AXACANTHIM — C<iIltilHH'<l. 

F» III ill) iiadidiv— Con t i II iiecl. 

(icuiiH I'lopliyris, (lill— Continued. 
SubgeniiH Knii))iycii8, Jorilan \. Erormann — Continued. 

cliiM.H (Walbauni) iWS 

cliCHtcri (floode A: lU-aii) 2ao6 

CieniiH Lirnionenia, Giintlier 2oM 

harltatiililiii, Goode A: I5ean 25'>6 

iiiflniiuruiii. ( loodc \ Bean 2557 

(ieniiH Gaidropnarus, Raliiiestjiic 2557 

ensia (Rcinharilt 1 25r>8 

argentatus ( itcinliardt ) 2559 

aeptentrionaliH (Collett) 2559 

Genus Enchelyopus. IJloeh &. Schneider 2560 

cimbrius 'Linnii-iis) 2560 

Genus IJrosnie (Cnvier) Oken 2561 

brosnie (Miiller) 25C1 

Family ilaeronriiUr 2561 

Genus Bathygadns, Giinther 2r>63 

arcuat us. Goo<le &. Beau 2">64 

lavosus. Goode & Bean 2.'>65 

nuicrops, Goode A: Bean 2566 

loDKitilis, Goode & Bean 2566 

Geims .Stcindacbiieria. Goode &. Bean 2567 

ar^jenten, Goode it Beau , 2568 

Genus Trachyriucus, Giorna 2568 

lielolopis, f albert 2569 

Genus ^Lilaeo('e]iliabis, Giintlier 2569 

CM'cidentali.s. Goode A: Bean 2i70 

Genus Moseley a, Gootle Sl Bean 2570 

cyclolepis (Gilbert ) 2570 

Genus yematonurus, Giinther 2.'>71 

goodei (Giinther) 2571 

Hul)orliitaliH (Gill A; Townscnd) 2572 

<;enus Alliiitrossia, .Ionian &; Evermann 2573 

peitoralis (CiUbert) 2573 

Genus Bo;;oslov)U!<, Jordan &. Evermann 2574 

Clark i, Jordan A: Gilbert 2575 

firnii.Hi|uainis ((Jill A: Townsend) 2575 

Genua Clialiimra, Goode & Bean 2576 

serrula , Bean 2576 

fllifera, Gilbert 2577 

Simula, Cioode A- Bean 2578 

GenusCorylnenoides, Gunner 2578 

rupestris, (Winner 2579 

carapiiius, Goode A- Benn 2579 

Genus Hyiiienocepbaliis, (^iglioli 2580 

cavernosus ((io<.di- \- Bean) 2580 

Genus MorniuruH, liloeli 2581 

bernhix. Lacepede 2582 

liolotrachys, Giinther 2582 

bairdll, (;o<Mle A Bean 2583 

lepturua, Gill ii. Townsend 2.V4 

arr(>le|iis, Bean 2585 

■telgidolepis, Gilbert 2585 



Systematic Arrano-cmcnt. xcvir 



CLASS PISCES— Contmiied. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI— Continue.1. 
Order Plectogxathi— Continvied. 
SuBOKDEE Anaca.nthini— Contiuued. 
Family J/ac)-ot(ri(/«;— Continued. 

Genus Macroiinis, Blocb — Continued. 

cinereus, Gilbert 2586 

in,;,'olti, Liitken 3195 

Genu8 Cielorliyncluis, Giorua 2587 

occa (Goodo & lieau) 2588 

carniinatus (Goode) 2588 

caribbieus (Goode & Bean) 258& 

scaphopsis (Gilbert) 2590 

Genus Tracbonurus, Giintber 2591 

sulcatum (Goode & Bean) 2591 

Genus Lionnrus, Giintber 2592 

filicauda (Giintber) 2592 

liolepis, Gilbert 2593 

SUBOHUER TvENlOSO.MI 2594 

Family liegalecidcti 2595 

r.enus i;egalecu8, Briinnieb 2595 

ylesne (Ascauius) 259C 

Family Trachyptendce 2597 

Genus Traebypterus, Gouan 2599 

rexsalnionoruni, Jordan & Gilbert 2599 

tracbyurus, Poey 2600 

Family Stylephoridce 2601 

Genus Stylejihorus, Sbaw 2601 

cbordatus, Shaw 2601 

Suborder Heterosomata 2602 

Family Pleuronectida; 2603 

Genu.s Atberesthes, Jordan ^t Gilbert 2609 

stomias (Jordan 6c Gilbert) 2009 

Genus Eeinbardtitis, Gill 2610 

hippoglossoides ( Walbaum) 2611 

Genus Hippoglossus, Cuvier 2611 

bippoglossus (Linna-us) 2611 

Genus Lyopsetta, Jordan Sc Goss 2612 

exilis ( Jonlan li- Gilbert) 2612 

Genus Eopsetta. Jordan & Goss ., 2613 

jordani ( Lockington) 2613 

Genus Hippoglossoides, Gottscbe 261't 

platessoides (Fabricius) 2614 

elassodon, Jordan Sc Gilbert 2615 

robustus, Gill &. Townsend 2616 

barailtoni, Jordan ifc G ilbert 2616 

Genus Psetticbtbys, Girard 2617 

melanost ictus, Girard 2618 

Genus Verasper, Jordan 6c Gilbert 2618 

moscri, Jordan >li:. •; ilbert 2619 

Genus Hippoglossina, Steiudacbner 2620 

stonuita, Eigenniann vt Eigenniaun 2620 

macrops, Steindacbner 2621 

bolhnani, Gilbert 2621 

sabanensis, Boiilenger 3196 

Genus Lioglossina, Gilbert 2622 

tetrophtbalnia, Gilbert 2622 

Bull, No. 47, pt. 1 VII 



Xrvill Svsiiniatic Arrani^cmctit. 



CLASS I'lSCKS— ConliinnMl. I'ajje. 

sriSCI.ASS TELEOSTOMI -Coiitiiiu.rt. 

OllltEK ri.K< n<XiNA till — (.'out illlM-d. 

SriniHui.K Hktek<>s(j.m.\ta— Ci»iiliiiiii-<1. 
yatnilji J'lfiinuieeliilii'—CouUuiivA. 

(ieniiH Xysttfurji*, .Ionian Jl liillx-rt ■.*023 

liolc•I)i^, Junlaii .V (iilWert -'CSJ 

(leiiiiN I'araliclitbys. (iirard 'M'2i 

<aliforiiiiii» ( A>re») "JOiS 

iuii;.Mlnlcliii', Abbott '.'STl 

ii-HtiiaritiH, Cilbt-rt A. Scoliebl '.'620 

bniHilicuHis ( Kaii/.aiii) -U'Jfi 

siiiabiii-, .Tonliili A; Abbott 2C27 ; ■>T2 

wooliiiaiii, Jorilaii A WilliaiDs 2C28 

dcntatiis (Liiiiiiiiis) 2«2» 

ht liosi i;:iii 118, Joi ilau ic G ilbcrt 263U 

Mliiaiiiik-utiiH, Jonlaii A: Gilbert 2t{.'il 

albi|;uttii», Jordan A: Gilbert 2631 

oblon;;iis(Mit(hill) 2«32 

< "icnns Uaniiilaria, Jordan ic Everuianu 2033 

dtndrit lea Hi ilbert ) 2633 

(IcniiH Amylojisetta. tlill 2034 

<luadro< «>llata. Gill 2034 

< M-iius NotoBi-nia, ( Joode i. Beau 26:15 

dili-it uni, < ioode A: Beau 2635 

(If II I IS (iatitrojisetta, B. A. Bean 2636 

frontalis, B. A. Bean 2630 

(Ifiiiis IMiMironk-litliys, Girard 2637 

dccurn-ns, Jordan A Gilbert 2U.'i7 

vertiralis, Jordan A Gilbert 2638 

I'li-uosuH, Girard 263i» 

Genua Hypsopset ta, Gill 2639 

;;nttulata (iJirard) 26:»9 

Genus I'aroiibrys, Girard 2<540 

vetulus, Girard 2640 

(lenus InopBetta, Jordan A; Goss 2641 

isrliyra (Jordan A Gilbert) 2641 

Genus Isopsetta, Lockin;;ton 2642 

isolt'pis (Lockingtuu) 2642 

Genus Lepidop.selta, <;ill 2642 

bilineata (Ay res) 2643 

Genus Limanda, Gottsehe 2644 

rerruy:inea (Slorer) 2044 

aRjiera (I'allas) 2645 

l)rolMiH(idea, Gilbert 2045 

beanii, ( iixnle 2646 

<;enus I'seudopleuninecles, Bleeker 2046 

aniericaiius ( Walbaum) 2647 

piunituMC'ijitus (Kner) 2647 

Genus riruroni'i'tes ( Artetli) Linua-UH 2648 

i|uadrituberi'iilatus, I'allas 2648 

Genus Liopsetia, I iill 2640 

i:laiiiiliH (I'allaMi 2649 

|iuliiauii (Gill) 2650 

obseiiia ( lierzeUsteini 2651 

Genus riittn bihys. Git aid 2651 

•tellatu-. (I'lillasi 2652 



Systematic Ai'rangement. xcix 

CLASS PISCES-Continued. Page. 

SLTHCL.ISS TELEOSTOMI— Continued. 
Order Plectognathi— Continued. 
Suborder Heterosomata— Continued. 
Family J'leiironectidce — Continued. 

Genus Microstonius, Gott8clie 2653 

kitt CSValbaum) 2654 

pacificus ( Lockington) 2055 

Genus Emba.saichthys, Jordan & Evermann 2655 

bathybius (Gilbert) 2655 

Genus Glyptoccpbalu.s, Gottsche 2656 

cj-noglo.'isus (Linna-u.s) 2657 

zaebiru.s, Lookin j.'tou 2058 

Genus Lopbop.set t a, Gill 2659 

maculata (Mi tcliill ) , 2660 

Genus Platoplirys, Swaiuson 2060 

spinosu.s (Poey) 2062 

constellatus, Jordan 2063 

ocellat us ( Agassiz) 2063 

mac uliler ( Poey) 2064 

fllipticus (Poey) 2065 

lunatus (Liuna-U8) 'JOOS 

leopardinus (Giin t ber) 2066 

Genus Peri.s.sias, Jordan &, Evermann •_'667 

tcVniopterus (Gilbert) 2667 

Geiiu.s Engyopliry.s, Jordan &. Bolluian 2068 

sancti-laurentii, Jordan 6^ Bollman 2068 

Gen us Tricliopsetta, Gill 2069 

ventralis (Goode & Bean) 2069 

Genus Syaciuni, Eanzani 2670 

papillosum (Liunit- us) 2071 

micrurum, Kanzani 2072 

latif'rons (Jordan &. Gilbert) 2073 

ovale (Giintber) .2074 

Genus Cyclopset ta, Gill 2075 

querna (Jordan >Sc Bollman) 2675 

cbittendeni, B. A. Bean 2076 

fimbriata (Goode i Beau) 2076 

Genus Azevia, Jordan 2077 

panamensis (Steiiulacbner) 2077 

Genus Citbaricbtliys, Bleekcr 2678 

Subgenus Ortbupsetta, Gill 2079 

sordidus (Girard) 2679 

fragilis, Gilbert 2080 

xantbostigmus, Gilbert 2680 

8tigm;eus, J(n'(lau >.t Gilbert 2681 

Subgenus Citbarichtbys 2682 

diuoceros, Goode & Beau 2682 

platophrys, Gilbert 2683 

arctifrons, Goode 2683 

unicornis, Goode 2083 

ubleri, J ordan 2084 

uiacroi)s, Dresscl 2684 

spilopterus, (J tint ber 2085 

gilbert i, Jenkins .t Evermann 2086 

Genus Etropus, Jordan &, Gilbert 2087 

microstomus (Gill) 2687 



Systematic A rraujt^cvicnt. 



CLASS PISCES— Continued. Page- 

srilCLASS TKLKf)ST(iMI— Continiuil. 
Orheii rLKCKXiXATiii— Coiitinin'*!. 

SriK.KDEH llETEItosOMATA -Colltinucd. 

Family I'leuroiifctiiliH—ConiiunfA. 

GeiiiiM Ktrojuiw. Jordan &. (iilbert— Continued. 

riniosiis, Ooodi- A: Bean 26t8 

< pi.Hmitiis, Jordan A^ Gilbert -669 

Genu.s Mouolene, Goode 26SK) 

MeHHilii'Uuda, Goodo 2691 

atriniuna, Goode 6c Bean 2892 

Fauiilu SoUidiv 2692 

Genus Adiinis, Laci'-pi-df 2693 

Sulijieuiis Baiostoiua, Bean 2695 

adiiruH (Linnifu.-*) 2695 

insfriptiis. Gossu 26'JG 

klunzinjjtri (Stcindachner) 2097 

limat ii.s ( LinnaiLs) 2C97 

nia/.atianiis (Steinda diner) 2698 

I'onsfc-eusis (Giintlien 2099 

flsdicri (Steindadmer) 2699 

scut um (Giinther) 27uO 

SuWt^euws Acbiru.s 2700 

fiiiibriatus (Giintber) 2700 

faHciatus, Laoep^de 2700 

]ianauieu.><i8 (Stciudadiner) 2702 

Genus Ajiioniditlij-.s, Kaup 2702 

uniiolor (Giinther) 27o2 

GcnuH G yinnacbirus, Kaup 2703 

la.stiatus, G iintlier 2703 

Genus Sy nipburus, Katinesque 2704 

Subgenus Sviiipliurus 27o5 

l>if;»r (Go<)<b' .V Bean) 27o5 

niarginatus (lioode A: Bean) 2706 

ntranu-ntatus, Jordan &. BoUnian 2706 

fuseiolaris, Gilbert 2707 

elon^atus (G iintlier) 27o7 

atricaudus (Jordan & Gilbert) 2707 

leei. Jordan & Bolhnan 2703 

plapusia ( Blocli i Schneider) 2709 

])higiusa (LiiiniiMis) 2710 

pii8illuH (Go<hI«' i Bean) 2710 

diiiiucdi'anui (Goodo & Bean) 2711 

williaiu>i. Jonlan \ Culver 2711 

Sub;;(iius Acedia, Jordan 2712 

iiebiilosuH (Goodo Jc Bean) 2712 

OKUKll PEI'HCI.ATI 2712 

Familji Lii]i)ii\(l(r 2713 

Genus LophiuH ( Artedi) Linnieiis 2713 

pisc.'itoriiiH, Linna-ua 2713 

GeiiiiM l.ophioiuus. Gill 27 U 

(M<ti(:eruH (Vahl) L'7U 

Fainilj/ .1 ntemiariiihe 2715 

Genus I't««n.pbryu.-, Gill 2715 

lilstrio (Liiiiiiiim) 2716 

jiil.l.a (.Mitdiill) 2717 

Genus Antfiiimrius, Lacepcde 2717 

innpM. Poi.y 2718 



Systematic Arrangefucnt. ci 



CLASS PISCES— Coutimied. Page. 

SUBCLASS TELEOSTOMI -Contlmietl. 
( )i!DER Pediculati— Continued. 

Family AntennarUdce—GonXinnQA. 

Genus Antennarius — Continued. 

I)rincipi.s (Cuvier & Valenciennes) 2719 

tenebrosus (Poey) 2719 

leticulari.s, Gilbert 2719 

strigati'-s, Gill '2720 

sanguineus, Gill 2721 

ocellatus ( Hloch Sl Schneider) 2721 

scaber (Cuvier) 2722 

tigris, Poey 2723 

uuttingii, Garniati 2723 

multiocellatus (Cuviui- & Valenciennes) 2724 

radiosus, Garman ■. 2725 

Genus Chaunax, Lowe 2726 

]>ictus, Lowe 2720 

nuttiugii, Garman 2727 

Family Ceratiidce 2727 

Genus Ceratias. Kriiyer 2729 

bolbolli, Kriiyer 2729 

Genus Mancalias, Gill 2729 

uranoscopus (Murray) 2729 

shufeldti (Gill) 2730 

Genus Crj-ptopsaras, Gill 2731 

couesii, Gill 2731 

Genus Oneirodes, Liitken ; 2732 

escbrichtii, Liitken 2732 

Genus Himantidopbus, IJeinhardt 2732 

grojulandicus, Eeinhardt 2733 

Genus Corj-nolopbus, Gill 2733 

reiubardti ( Liitken) 2733 

Genus Liocetus, Gvint iier 2733 

murrayi (Giinther) 2733 

Genus Linopbryne, Collett 2734 

lucifer, Collett 2734 

Genus Caulopbryne, Goodo & Bean 2734 

jordani, Goode & Bean 2735 

Family 0(jcocephalidce 2735 

Genus Ogcoccpbalus, Fischer 2730 

vespertilio (Linna'us) 2737 

nasutus (Cuvier &, Valenciennes) 2737 

radiatus (Mitchill) 2738 

Genus Zalieutos, Jordan & Evermann 2738 

elater (Jordan & Gilbert) 2738 

Genus Halieuticbthys, Poey 2739 

aculeatus (M itchill ) 2739 

caribbam.s, Garman 2741 

(u'nus Haliinitjea. Cuvier & Valenciennes 2741 

spougiosa, Gilbert 2741 

Genus Halieutclla, Goode & Bean 2742 

lapiia, (loode ..t Bean 2742 

Genus Dibraucbus, Peters 2743 

atlanticus. Peters 2743 



ADDITIONAL ADDENDA. 



Since the publication of Part III of this work a nnniber of 
new <>enera and species of fishes have been described from 
localities within our limits, and our knowledge rej^arding the 
relations and distribution of previously known species has 
been enlarged. These additions and corrections are given in 
the following pages : 



Page 130. After Rexamenaficlithys rugisjyinim (CuvitT & Valenciennes), 
insert the following : 

1!>5 (it). (JALEICHTHYS LAIJIATI'S (15.mleiigcr). 

Head 3^; width of head 1\ in its length; depth 5; eye 9 in head. 
D. I, 7; A. 17. Band of premaxillary teeth 4 times longer than wide, the 
width half the eye; palatine teeth conical, in 2 small oblique groups, 
ranch smaller than eye, and separated by a space equal to f the length of 
premaxillary band; eye situated above level of mouth, in anterior half of 
head, 4 in interocular space; occiput and occipital prolongation granular, 
this last a little longer than wide, with an obtuse spine; fontauelle 
narrow, not ilistinet, followed Ity a groove which does not reach the 
occipital i)rolougarion ; lips thick, the upper overhanging the lower, as in 
(i. rii(jispiui(», to which this species is closely related; barbels llattened; 
maxillary 1| in head, not reaching edge of opercle; external mandible 1^ 
times as long as internal, 2 in head; gill membrane with a free, unbroken 
edge ; dorsal spine with indistinct serrations, covered with skin, its length 
a little less than + head ; adipose dorsal as long at base as rayed dorsal, 
twice as far from it as from the caudal; humeral prolongation smooth; 
pectoral spine 2i in head, enveloped in skin like the dorsal spine, much 
shorter than the soft rays ; ventral shorter, reaching origin of anal ; caudal 
deeply forked, with pointed lobes ; caudal peduncle 2^ times longer than 
deep ; no maxillary pore. Blackish gray above, silvery below ; all the fins 
blackish. Length 470 mm. Known only from a single specimen from 
Rio Peripa, Ecuador. (Boulenger.) (lahiadis, having large lips.) 

Arius labiatufi, Boulenhkr, UoUettiuo doi Mus. <li Zool. eil. Aiiat. Comp. della Univ. ili 
Torino, Vol. xiu, No. 329, C, Dec. 2, 1898, Rio Peripa, Ecuador. (Coll. Dr. Enriou 
Fosta.) 

31S7 



3138 Dnlldin /7, United States National Museum. 



Page 132. Alt<*r IdrhytmrnH tiuhiiinjtuM (CJiintber;, insert the followiug: 

iMMt III,, rn ln^I III N KK»iTi; (IU}iileiigier). 

Head I ; depth 4 ; eye 65, ahovt- level of month, in anterior part «»f h«'a«l. 
1). 17; A. 23. I'reniaxillary band of teeth 4 times lonj^er than hroa<l, i > 
widtli 2i in eye. or eipial to width of j;roiij)8 of vomer and ]ialatine 
teetli, th»'se last ^rannlar, forming 2 large, obliqne grouiis, separated on 
the median line by a space e<inal to ^ diamet<T of eye; width of head 1^ 
in its length; occiput and occipital prolongation grannlar, the last as 
long as wide, and with blunt Bpino; fontanelle narrow, commencing in a 
groove between the anterior no.strils and reaching occiput, not reaching 
occipital prolongation ; barbels llattened : maxillary as long as head, reach- 
ing beyond base of pectoral spine; external mandible a little shorter, 
as long as the internal; gill-membrane with a free bonier broken at the 
isthmus; anal sjdne striated, 1^ in head, its anterior eilge feebly toothed 
except at extremity, wliich has, like the jiosterior edge, stronger and 
more retrorse teeth; adipose dorsal twice as far from rayed dorsal as from 
caudal, its base li in ba.se of rayed dorsal; jiectoral sjdne li in head, its 
external edge furnished with a series of soft, small tubercles on its basal 
half, anterior edge armed with feeble retrorse teeth; ventral shorter, 
reaching origin of anal ; caudal deeply forked ; caudal ]>eduucle twice a.^ 
long as deep; axillary pore present, much smaller than the nostril. Color 
steel blue above, silvery below. This species cboely resembles Tachi/ainnii 
liropiiH, Hristol. Length 210 mm. One sjiecimen known, from Narrang.il, 
Keuador. (IJouleuger.) (Named for the collector of the type. Dr. Enrico 
Festa.) 

Arius festa-. H<)IXEN<jek, iJollcitiiio ilui Mils. «li Z<k>1. ed. Annt. Coiiiii. iXvWxx Vii:v. (ii 
Toriii", Vol. xni. No. 3J0, 5, Dee. 2, 189S, Narrangal, Ecuador. 

Page 135. .\ftt r h-tulunix unridioiiaUn (Giinther), insert: 
76(a). ISTLARIUS. Jordan A: Snyder. 

J'tlario,. .I.>ni..\N \ SsviiEH, Hull. U. S. Fisli Com. If<!t9 (lOOO), 118 {hnUnuiit). 

Hody rather dee]i and compres.sed; head not widened, nor greatly 
depressed; eye large; lower jaw included; teeth in villiform bands on 
premaxillariea and dentaries; the jtremaxillary band convex anteriorly, 
with a short ang|ilar jtosterior extension on each side, no division of 
the band at symphysis; dentary band broad anteriorly, growing narrow 
and pointed posteriorly, with a distinct median division; no teeth on 
vomer «>r palatines; villiform ti-eth on ujiper and lower i)haryugeals; 
gill-rakers on lirst arch 17, long and slender; branchi<tstegalH 8; air 
bladder very large, extending almost to jiosterior end of btidy cavity, 
divided liy a transverse constriction into two parts of nearly eijual 
length, tin- anterior lieart-shai>e<l. posterior part oval; supraoccipital 
bone wiilely separated from inteisi)inal ; humeral i)rocess short, almost 
liidden by the skin; lateral line extending from below insertion of 
dorsal to <'audal ; skin covered with minute, hairlike villi; skin of 
head completely concealing bonch of skull; barbels S. Spines with 



Jordan aiid Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3139 



distal parte soft, not brauched, contiuiious with tlie hard ]>arts; basal 
part of 2)ectoral spiue yrooved posteriorly, weakly serrate above the 
groove. 

Istlariits has some of the characters of the genus Leptops, notably the 
dentition of the upper jaw and the weakness of the iin-spines; but it 
more closely resembles Ictahirus, and its relationship is probably with 
that genus. 

(Named for the Kio Ixtla, the type locality of the type si»ecie8. ) 

20S (a). ISTLAKIUS B.iLSAXrs, Jordan .t Snyder. 

Head 4; depth 41; depth of caudal peduncle 2^ in head; eye 5^; snoiit 
2i ; distance between eyes 2|; height of dorsal Ij ; length of base of 
dorsal 3; height of anal 1*; length of base of anal 1; length of pectoral 
li; ventrals Ij ; caudal 1 ; D. I, 6; A. 24. Body deep and somewhat com- 
pressed, dcei)est above ventrals, widest between ]>ectorals; head narrow, 
not greatly depressed; eye large, nearer tij) of snout than to posterior 
edge of opercle a distance e(|ual to diameter of eye; interorbital spate 
convex; width of mouth 2^ in liead, lower jaw included; upper jaw pro- 
jecting a distance equal to diameter of pupil ; barbels 8; of the inlerior 
ones the median pair shorter; distance l)etween their bases equal to the 
diameter of pupil; the outer jiair when extended directly backwi^ird reach 
the edges of^gill covers; maxillary barbels longest, reaching upper angle 
of gill opening; nostril barbels reaching middle of pupil. Teeth in broad 
villi form bands on premaxillaries and dentaries, the band on upper jaw 
convex anteriorly, with a sshort, angular posterior extension on each side, 
no apparent division of the band at symphysis; baud on lower jaw broad 
anteriorly, narrow and pointed posteriorly, a distinct median divLsiou; 
no teeth on Aomer or jialatines; upper pharyngeal teeth in oval villiform 
bands; lower pharyngeal teeth in 2 narrow oblong bauds; gill-rakers 
on first arch 17, long and slender; branchiostegals 8; anterior nostril 
tubnlar, the posterior with a raised rim extending on each side from the 
barbel to the posterior edge of the ojtening, where it is divided; skin of 
head completely concealing tlie bones of skull; supraoccipital bone not 
in contact with interspinal: humeral process about as long as vertical 
diameter of eye, almost hidden by the thick skin; lateral line extending 
from a i)erpendicnlar through insertion of dorsal to caudal; skin covered 
with minute, hair-like villi; dorsal spine with its distal third soft, i)re- 
ceded by a small, angular, immature spine; first branched ray longest, the 
others gradually shorter; adipose fin large, above middle of anal; length 
of the posterior free edge 3 times diameter of pupil; third or fourth anal 
ray hmgest, edge of fin rounded ]>osteriorly ; caudal deeply forked, the 
lower lobe rounded, the upper rather jjointed ; pectoral rays 1, 11, distal 
two-thirds of spine soft, not branched, continuous with the hard i)art; 
basal pait grooved posteriorly, weakly serrate above the groove; ventrals 
reaching origin of anal. Color bluish slate above, light silvery below; a 
few sniall dark 8]»ot8 on the head and body; lins with dusky coloring; 
inferior barbels light; maxillary V>arbels with upper half dark; nasal 
barbules with light edges. Some specimens have many well-defined color 



8140 Bulletin /7, United States National Museum. 



spots, whilt- ()tlnT» havi- few nr iioiic Tlw yinui;; have no spots. < >ur 
sperimcus vary in leiigtli Iroin 1(» to tiO ceiitiuietcrs. 

Ixthiriiin halHuniiH has a lar;:« iiud ratlier complex air bladder. It lies 
close to the spinal column and extends almost to tlie ]>osterior end of the 
hody cavity. It is divided l>y a tleep transverse constricti(»n into two 
halves. The anterior part is heart-shape<l, <'on8trieted dorso-ventrally. 
It is separated by a T-shaped ]>artition into 3 chambers, of these the 
anterior, transverse chamber is partly divided on the median line by a 
fold of the dorsal wall of the bladtler over the vertebral cidnmn. The 
transverse chamlicr is connected on each side with the 2 posterior lateral 
rhambers by larjje ojieninjjs in the ends of the transverse wall. The 
posterior half of the bladder is without i)artitions. It is connected M-ith 
the left lateral chamber only by a small opening. (Jordan A: Snyder.) 

Known only from Hio Ixtla at I'uente de Ixtla, Morelos, Mexico. (Type, 
No. till!', L. S. .Ir. I'niv. Mus. Coll. .Jordan «fc Snyder.) 

Jtilaiiiis baUanim, JuKnAN A:. S.wukk. null. V. S. Fish Com. 18!t9 (1900), 118, Kio Ixli.i. 
iliirt'loH, Mexico. 

Page 211. After .llganaea tincella (Cnvier iV N'alencienues), insert: 

:{:57 bi. AI,<;.VNSKA l,\n STWIS. St. in.Ia.lm.r. 

Head3.t)7; depth ."•; eye 4.75; snout 3.»i: iiiterorbital 3. 1). Ill, 7: A. 
iii, 0; r. 17; V. f); scales 76-13. Body elongate, strongly compressed l>e- 
liin<l; caudal i>eduiicle long and slender, its length 5 in head, its depth 10; 
head pointed, rounded above, greatly increasing in width behind the eyes 
whi-re the width is half the head's length; mouth slightly oblique, jaws 
eijual: tip of chin slightly thickened; maxillary nearly reaching eye; 
gape I in head; jtreorbital boat-shaped, concave above, convex below, 
equal to eye, or l.G longer tlian wi<le; teeth 4-4, hooked, with compresseil 
crowns. Origin of dorsal midway between anterior border of eye and 
base of caudal, a little in front of ventrals, whoso origin is eciually dis- 
tant between center of eye and base of caudal; height of dorsal l.7r> in 
head, its base half its height; height of anal 2.14 in head, or twice its 
base; caudal forke<l, 1.2 in head, the mid<lle rays not quite half length 
of longest ; ventrals short, 2.17 in head, their tips not reaching vent ; pec- 
toral 1.0 in head. Scales linn, half-oval in shape, larger i)osteriorly ; 
lateral line on middle of side, descending somewhat anteriorly. Color 
«laik brownish gniy above, a darker b.md along mi<l<Ile of side; color 
below lateral line becoming abru]ttly light^M- gray, merging into silvery 
on under parts. One example 20 cm. long from Lake rat/.cuarn, Mexieti. 
( Steindaehner. i 

.ll'ianiK-ti laiii»lrit, Stei.ndach.nek. Kinij;e Fischarti-ii Mt'x., 10. jil. lU, llg*. 1-1?*, 1895. Lake 
Pdtzcuaro, Mexico. (Coll. I'rinri-sM T1ht<'s:i von Hnyerii.) 

Pagn 254. OrwHu, iu«)posed by us for a subgenus in Sotriijii", is pre- 
occupied by (inella, <!ray, IHikJ, a genus of Cetacea. For our use of it we 
substitute Orciila. 

Orcula, JoRl>AN \ liVKUMA.'i.N, new hiiIiki'Uiin ill .\utroiiis{iirea). 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. Sl-tl 

Page 260. After Xo(ro2>is a)tO(jeni(s, Forbes, insert: 
404 (a). >OTBOPIS MUSKOK.i, Meek. 

Head 4; depth 5.5; eye 3.25; snout 3.75; D. 8; scales 36, 10 in series 
from dorsal to ventral fin; longest dorsal ray 1.34 iu head; pectoral 1.5; 
ventral 2, reaching anal. Teeth 4-4, slightly hooked, grinding surface 
narrow. 

Body rather terete and slender; snout blnntish; mouth small and 
slightly oblique; lower jaw the shorter, slightly included; posterior end 
of maxillary scarcely reaching vertical from the front of orbit. Eighteen 
scales between nape and dorsal fin, the scales in this region being smaller 
and more crowded than on sides and ])os'l:erior dorsal region, much resem- 
bling I'Unephahs uoiatus in this respect ; lateral line incomplete, not extend- 
ing beyond the fourth scale on each side. Origin of the first ray of dorsal 
fin midway between the base of the caudal fin and the tip of the snout ; 
tbe longest (anterior) dorsal rays nearly three times the length of the 
posterior ones, the tips of the former extending considerably beyond the 
tips of the latter when the fin is detlexed. Color olivaceous, darker above, 
very pale below ; a dark band about j diameter of eye around snout and 
on side to base of caudal fin; on the snout this band is confined to the 
upper jaw; between this band and the darker color on the dorsal region 
is a lighter band of about the same widtli ; adark vertebral line jiresent, 
also a similar one from base of anal to caudal fin. In some specimens the 
lateral line is absent on the first scales and appears at intervals on about 
12 scales, but it is occasionally absent altogether. It is less developed 
in this'species than iu any other of the genus. 

Close to X. cayuf/a, from which it differs in the reduced size of the scales 
before the dorsal, the more slender body, the sharper snout, the slightly 
.larger and more obli(|ue mouth, and the more incomplete lateral line. It 
is also a larger fish than X. caijiigd. 

Known only from Gull Lake, near Muskoka Lake, Ontario, where 24 
specimens were obtained by Dr. Meek in September, 1809. They vary in 
length from 1.31 to 2 HI inches. (Named for Muskoka Lake.) 

Xotmiiis muskoh-a. Meek. Xotes on a Collection of Fishes and Ampliibians from Muskoka 
and Gull Lakes: Publication 41, Field Coluinbiau Museum, Zoological Series, Vol. I, 
Xo. 17, 308, November, 1890, Gull Lake, Ontario. (Tyi.e, Xo. 2904, Field Columbian 
Museum. Coll. Dr. Meek.) 

Page 264. After Xotropifi procne (Cope), insert: 

41-2 (11). XOTROPIS RASCOXIS, .Jordan \ Snyder. 

Head 4 ; depth 3i; eye 2j in head; snout 3i; iuterorbital space 3; depth 
of camlal peduncle 2J; height of dorsal 4 V in length; anal 5; length of 
pectoral 5.^; ventral 5i; caudal 3i; D. I, 8; A. I, 8; V. 12; scales 33. 15 
between dorsal and occiput, 10 between dorsal and ventral fins. Dorsal 
outline of body evenly rounded from snout to insertion of dorsal fin. 
slightly concave from latter point to base of caudal ; ventraU)Utlino evenly 
rounded to end of anal base; deepest part of body just anterior to inser- 
tion of dorsal; width of body i of its length. Snout pointed: month 



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obli(|ue, lower jaw imliuled; maxillary not i|uite reaching vertical from 
anterior iiiar^iiu <)f nrhit. Teeth 4-4, I'rail ami easily detached from the 
arch, hlightly hookeil, no evident grinding surface; gill-rakers short and 
lilniit. reduced to slight elevations on lower jiart of first arch. First ray 
of dorsal fin longest, last r.iy much shorter; wlien the fin is elevated, the 
]iosterior margin is straight, when depressed, it is somewhat falcate; .*inal 
tin similar in shape; ])ectoral pointed; tips of ventrals reaching anal; 
candal deeply forked, the lobes ]>ointed. Color silvery, a dark lateral 
band, the width of a scale, extending from tip of snout through eye to 
base of caudal, where it ends in an elongate, black spot; body above 
lateral baml stipjded with black, the dots grouped closely together on top 
of head, and in a inirrow dorsal band extending from occiput to insertion 
of ilorsal, in a sharply defined black line along base of dorsal fin, and also 
on the edges of the dorsal scales; body below dark band immaculate, 
«\ceiit.i dusky line along l>ase of anal fin ; all t lie tin rays dusky, especially 
tiie i»artly develoi)ed caudal rays, which are noticeably <larker than the 
others. 

XdlropiH rnnconis is closely relatid to J\'. n\(jrotaniatus, from which it 
dirters in having a more compressed body, a longer snout, larger eye, 
longer and more pointed fins, and in having the color-band narrower on 
the body and more marked on the snout. (Jordan «fc Snyder.) 

Known only from the Rio Verde near Rascou, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, 
Avherc the type (No. Gl."i3, L. S. Jr. I'niv. Mus.) was collected by J. O. 
Snyder. 

(Nanted for Kascon. near which place the type was obtained.) 

Xotiopit co.'eoni*. •Ii'HDAN A: Snvdkk, 15iill. V. S. Fish (.'oui. 189i) (1900) 121, Rio Verde, near 
Rascon, Mexico. 

Page 302. Ilefore /^ririimhu, Cojie. insert: 

123 lai. XYSTROSUS, .lordan A: Snyder. 
Xnttrn^iis. .I(>KI>A\ \ SnywkH, Rllll. V. S. Fish Coll). 1899 (1900), 123 (popoeht). 

Hody long, <(impressed ; interorbital sjjace low and llat ; mouth terminal. 
oblii|iie; jaws subequal ; premaxillaries protr.ictilc; no barbel; no pseudo- 
branchia-; gill-rakcra C-f<), long, slender, crowded on arch; teeth 4-4. 
hooked, grinding surface obli(|ue, grooved; alimentary canal about twice 
as longasbody; iieritoueum dusky ; lateral line complete. decurve<l above 
])ectoral ; scales HI, evenly distributed over body; fins falcate; dorsal 
inserted directly above insertion of ventral; caudal deeply forked; anal 
basis short. Allied to \i>tro]>is; ditVering in the long gill-rakers, the snuUl 
scales, and the absence of ]iseudobrauchiie. ^idrpoy, (giil-)raker. 

l»s (ill. \^^TK()^I s I'olMH IIK. .I..r<l;iii \ SiiyiliT. 

Head 3}; depth 4i; eye 4j} in head; snout 3?; dej)th of caudal 
])eduncle LH; height of dorsal .'> in length; anal 0; length of pectoral 0; 
ventral Gi; caudal 4 ; 1). S; A. 7; V. IG; scales (;i, 21 between dorsal and 
occiput, IG between (busal and later.il line. Kody long and slender; 
caud.il peduncle deep, compressed; heail lonu. itsujiper contour straight ; 



Jordan and Everniann. — Fishes of North America. 3143 



iuterorbital space broad and flat; eye large; its longitudinal diameter 
contained 2 times in iuteritrl)ital space; snout sliarp, sliglitly turned up 
at end; mouth large, oblKiue; lower jaw included; lips thin; maxillarj- 
not finite extending to orbit ; gill-rakers 6+6, on first areh, close together, 
slender, the longest \ diameterof orbit. Teeth t-4, strong, hooked, grind- 
ing surface oblique, narrow, grooved, a notch just below the hook ; alimen- 
tary canal almost twice the length of body ; peritoneum dusky. Scales not 
crowded anteriorly, evenly distributed over body; lateral line shaped like 
the contour of body, except above pectoral fin, where it is sharply 
decurved; dorsal inserted directly above ventral, first ray highest, nearly 
3 times height of last; when depressed, tin; fin is falcate; when elevated, 
its edge is concave; anal similar in shape; caudal deeply forked, the tips 
sharii; ventrals pointed, not reaching vent; x)ectorai slijihtly rounded. 
Color silvery; darker above, especially on median dorsal area, where a, 
more or less dusky band extends the length of the l)ody ; rays of dorsal 
fin and tips of caudal dusky; lower fins white. 

Exact measurements of the only specimen obtained are here given : 
Length of body in millimeters 92 ; depth of body, exjiresscd in hundredths 
of length, 23; depth of caudal peduncle \\\ ; length of head 28i ; width of 
iuterorbital s"pace 11^; length of snout 8; diameter of orbit 6; distance 
from snout to dorsal fin 52; height of longest dorsal rays 20; distance 
from snout to anal fin 73; height of longest anal rays 17; distance from 
anal to caudal fin 21; length of caudal fin 25; length of pectoral fin 18; 
distance from snout to ventral fin 53; length of ventral fm 16. (Jordan 
Si, Snyder.) 

Only the type known (No. 6151, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus.) collected by J. 
O. Snyder in Laguna de Chapala, near Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico. 

Xtistrosus popoche, Jordan & Snyder, Bull. U. S. Fisb Com. 1899 (1900), 123. Laguna de 
Chapala, Mexico. 

123(b). FALCULA, Jordan A: Snyder. 

Falcula, Jordan & Snyder, Bull. V. S. Fish Com. 1899 (1900), 124 (chapalce). 

Body long, compressed; caudal slender; mouth large, lips thin, prc- 
maxillaries protractile; no barbel; teeth in 1 row, 1-4, hooked, grinding 
surface grooved; gill-rakers few, short, far apart; alimentarj- canal short; 
peritoneum silvery ; lateral line complete; scales rather small, about 50 in 
lateral scries. Fins high, falcate; dorsal inserted directly over ventrals; 
anal basis short; first simple rays of dorsal and anal rudimentary and 
closely adnato to first branched ray; caudal long, deeply notched. 

The genus Falcula is related to Xofropis, from which it differs in its 
small scales and in its very high falcate fins, (fals, scythe.) 

49S (1»). FAI,( TLA CIIAPAL.K, Jordan \ Snyd.r. 

Head 4; depth 4A; eye 3? in head; snout 31;; iuterorbital space 3j; 
depth of caudal peduncle 9A ; height of dorsal 4 in length ; anal 5 ; length 
of pectoral if, ventral 5J; caudal 3^ ; D. 8; A. 8; P. 17; scales 50, 
19 between dorsal and occiput, 16 between dorsal and ventral line. 



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Body loiiK, HleiHl'T, « nmim-sHiil ; snout jiointe<l, its length jMjiial to 
diametcT of orl»it or to iiit<Torl)it;il spac.- ; month almost liorizoutul. its 
cleft cxtcndin;; to vertical from anterior edye of orbit ; lips thin; teeth 
4-4, stron;;, Klif;litly hooked, tho hook barely evident on lower tooth: 
three ni»])er teeth with a ;;rooved ;:rindin5; stirface; ;jill-rakers 3+7, short, 
pyramidal, and fir apart; alimentary canal short; piritonenm silvery; 
lateral line complete, decurved to a jioint in a v.rti<al midway between 
pectoral and ventral lius, from which it extends in a strai^'ht lino a little 
b.low middle of body to the candal; lins all very Li;,'h and pointed; 
dorsal inserted directly ovi-r orijjin of ventrals, falcate when depressed, 
its first ray lon;,'e8t ; anal similar in shape, inserted at a point \ the dis- 
tance from tip of snout to base of caudal; ventrals extendin;j: to vent, tip 
of i»ectoral leachinji ventrals; caudal deeply forked. Color silvery; a 
narrow, dark mi-dian band extendinjjj down from occiput to base of candal ; 
dorsal scales with fine dots which yive their edjjes a dnsky color. 

One specimen known, careful measurements of which are (,Mven: 
Length of body in millimeters 71 ; depth of boily. expressed in Inunlredths 
of leuj,'th, 25; depth of caudal iieduncle 11; length of head IV.; width of 
interorbital space 7; length of snout 7; diameter of orbit 7; distance 
from snout to dorsal fin 47; height of longest dorsal rays 26; distance from 
snout to anal tin 67; height of longest anal rays 21; distance from anal 
to caudal fin 27; length of caudal lin 3A; length of pectoral fin 22; dis- 
tance from snout to ventral liu 62; length of ventral fin 21. (Jordan A; 
.Snyder. ) 

Only the type kn<twn (No. 61.52, L. S. Jr. I'uiv. Mus. i c«dlected by .1. < >. 
SnyiliT in Lag'iiia de C'haMala, near Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico. 

(Named for the type locality.) 

Faleula ehajialie,. 10BV.\S & Snydek, Hull. U. S. Fisli Com. ]s99 (19t>0), 12), Laguna de 
Chapala, Mexico. 

Page 311. I'.eforo A'ioh'ki uiihila (Oirard), insert the following: 
:>n (II). AiiOSlA KLAM.iTHK.NSIS, Evtimnuii & M.ek. 

Head 1; deptli 4*: eye 4^ in head; snout 3A : D. I, S; A. I, 7: scales 
about 14-7H-1() (average, 73 in 49 specimens). 

Hody robust, snbcylinilrical, back somewhat eh'vated : snout rather long, 
mouth inferior, little obliijue, the lower Jaw included; maxillary not 
reaciiing front of orbit; upper lip with«)ut frenum; barbel pre.sent. but 
small. Lateral lino incomjilete, interrupted in many places, about 30 
pores di'veloped. Origin of dor>al fin midway between front of ]>upil and 
base of caudal lin; ]>ectoral ratlnr short, reaching about three-fourths the 
ilistame to b.iNO of ventrals; ventrals reaching vent; anal large, its 
longest ray 1^ in head; <audal widely forkeil. 

Color in .-ilcoliol : < >liva<eous, mottled ami blotched with darker on back 
jintl side; under parts ^)ale; an obscure ]>aln streak from eve to base td' 
caudal lin, ludow which is a broatl dark band; dorsal, i>ectoral, and caudal 
<liisky ; other tins plain ; a black blotch at base of caudal. 

All examination of 48 specimens shows all the important characters to 



Jordan and Evermann . — Fishes of North America. 3145 



be fairly constant. The liail>el is in a few cases obscure or possibly 
absent. The uuniber of scales in a transverse line varies from (S% to 78, the 
average being- 73. Tbe lateral line is in all cases incomiilete, though in 
liferent degrees. Sometimes it is continuous for only 6 or 8 scales, after 
which there are several interruptions and only S to 10 more pores. In 
others there are 20 to 30 pores in a ct>ntinuous series. 

Close to A. nubila. 

Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. 
Agoeia klamatliennix, Evkkmaxx \- Meek, Bull. T. S. Fish Com. 3897 (Jan. 6, 1898'. 74, 
fig. 5, Pelican Bay, Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. (Type, No. 48225, U. S. X.M. 
Coll. Meek <t Alexander.) 

Page 333. After Piahucina 2)an(imevfi\s, Gill, insert the following: 

552 (a). PIAHICIXA FEST.K, Boulenger. 

Head4i^; depth 4; eye4A; snout 4A; interorbital width i»; D. H; A. 11; 
scales 28-8; lower jaw longer than snout; teeth 26 above, 32 in exter- 
nal mandibular series ; maxillary reaching eye; origin of dorsal equally 
distant between end of snout and caudal sinus, a little behind base of 
ventrals; adipose dorsal A-ery small; anal with 8 branched rays; pectoral 
1]; in head, longer than ventrals; caudal strongly emarginate, scaled on 
basal half. Very deep olive brown above, whitish below; tins uniformly 
gray. Length 160 mm. .(Boulenger.) From tributary of Lake Pita, 
Darien ; only the type known. (Named for the collector. Dr. Enrico Festa. ^ 
Piahucina fe.itce, BoULENCiER, Bollettiuo dei Mus. di Zool. ed Anat. Comi). della Univ. de 
Ti)riii(), Vol. XIV, No. :!46. April 29. 1899, Rio Sabina, Darien. (Coll. Dr. Eurico Festa.) 

Page 367. Serriromer heanil has recently been taken by the Itujolf at 
Stations 12 and 20, lat. 64- 38' N., long. 32^ 37' W., and lat. 58^ 20' N.. 
long. 40^ 48' AV., in Denmark Strait and SSE. of Cape Farewell, in 1,040 
and 1,695 fathoms, respectively. 

Page 398. After Lycodontis obsciiratiis (Poey), insert: 

fi5« (a). LYCODOXTIS JOKDAM. Evermann .^^ Marsh, 

Head 7 in total length; depth about 14; eye 8 in head; snout ."i; gape 
2.2; interorbital a little less than snout. Teeth uni.serial, strong, shar]>. 
not close set, all entire aud without basal lobes; tail considerably longer 
than rest of body ; gill-opening smaller than eye; snout rather jiointed. 
lower jaw the shorter, the mouth capable of being completely closed. 
Dorsal tin high, much higher than anal; nasal tube long, about 3 in eye. 

Color: Tawny-ochraceous, paler below; upper jaw gray; iris blue; 
longitudinal brown stripes on side of head in front of gill-opening; head 
and body covered with numerous small, round, white sj^ots, those on 
head smallest; a series of larger ones along ujjper ]iart of side, and 1 or 2 
irregular series of large ones on side of belly; between these on the mid- 
dle of side the spots are smaller; dorsal with an irregular series of small 
white spots along the base, and another series of about 16 much larger, 
more <iuadrate spots of same color along edge of tin, some of the spots 
cutting the border, which is black; anal similarly spotted and with black 



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bonier. In alcoliol tlie >ieneral color is jirayish black, yellowish below, 
the tawiiy-ofhrai-eoiis or yellow becoiiiiu<; darker, almost black, and the 
white sjxit.s oil body becoming yellowish. 

'I'his species seems to be relate<l to A. o/mc/oy/M/* ( I'oey ), but differs from 
it markedly in color. Puerto Hico; only the type known, a specimen l."> 
indies l<>ii;j collected by the V . S. Kish Commission steamer VUh Hawk at 
Mayaj;iie/., .January 20, IH'M. (Named lor David Starr Jordan.) 
I.uci.ihnitis jnrdiiiii. EvEk.MAX.v A: MaHsh, Kept. U. S. Fisli Com. 1899 (Dec. 1»), 352, 
MayagUez, P. R. (Type, Xo. 49358, T'. .S. N. M. Coll. Evermunn A: Marsh.) 

Page 447. .M'ter stohplioriix prodnctiiH (Poey), insert: 

7:U {»>. STOI.KIMIKKl s iill.HKUn. Kvcrniauii \ Marsh. 

Head 3.25; depth 3.4; eye 4: snout !>; maxillary 1.7; mandible 1.7; inter- 
orbital 4.9; 1>. 1.".; A. 23; pectoral 2.1 ; ventral 3.5; caudal 1.3; scales 42-;t. 

Body comparatively deep and strongly compressed, the belly trenchant, 
without serrations; snout thick, much iirojectiug; maxillary reaching 
nearly to root of mandible, scarcely serrate; eye moderate; tip of lower 
jaw reaching vertical from front of eye ; distance from lower posterior 
angle of cheek to vertical from posterior margin of opercle much less 
than from same jioint to eye; dorsal inserted far in advance of anal, just 
behind insertion of veutrals, midway between anterior edge of eye and 
Itaso of caudal. 

Color in spirits: Back light olivaceous with dark pnnctnlations; rest of 
body below a line from shoulder to upper base of caudal silvery; faint 
traces of golden bchinil eye; no lateral band. 

This species is very close to Stolepliorns <ianitani, Kvermann iV Marsh, 
ditVering chielly in the much smaller eye, the more uniform color of the 
Itack, the soniewh;it more sharply iom]>rc.ssed belly, and the more nearly 
entire maxillary. 

Puerto Kico; only the type, a specimen 4.."> inches long, known. This 
was collecte<l by the U. S. Fish Commission exi>edition to Paerto Rico, 
at Palo Soco, near San Juan, .January 13, ISJJJI, associated with >'. prodiic- 
tuH. (Named for Dr. Charles Henry (iilbert.) 

Stoliphoru:i (jilbfili, EvEH.MAN.v .t Marsii. Ropt. U. S. FUli Com. 1809 (Dt-c. 19, 1899), 3:.2, 
Palo Seco, P. R. (Type. Xo. 493r>9. U. S. X. M. Coll. Evfrinniiii .V Marsh.) 

7:i4 (h.) MOI.EI'IIOItrs <iAK>l VM. KveriiiHiin A. MarHli. 

Head 3.2; dei)th 3.3; eye 3.r>; snout ;'>..'>; maxillary 1.7; mandible 1.7; 
interorbital r>; D. 14; A. 23; pectoral 2; ventral 3. Ti; caudal 1.3; scales 42-5>. 

Body comparatively deep an<l strongly compressed; the belly not 
strongly trenchant, without serriilations; snout thick, much ]>rojecting; 
maxillary reaching nearly t«t root of numdible, very tinely and weakly 
serrate; eye large; tiji of low»-r Jaw reaching vertical from front of eye; 
distance fnmi lower posterior angh- of cheek to vertical from posterior 
iiiiirgin of opercle much l<ss than from same jioint to eye; «lorsal inserted 
far in advance of anal, just behind insertion of veutrals, midway between 
anti-rior edge of pupil and base of caudal. 



Jorda)i and Evcruiann. — Fishes of North America. 31-17 

Color in spirits: Back dark near the median line, below this somewhat 
rcddisli ; rest of body below a lino from shoulder to upper base of caudal 
silvery; some golden on snout and behind eye; no lateral band. 

This species has a general resemblance to Stolejihorus prodiictiis, but is 
uncinestiduably distinct from it; the anal is much shorter and inserted 
farthf-r back, the body is deeper, the eye larger, and the snout longer. 
It is very close to Stolephorus (jUherti, Evermann &. ^iarsh, dill'ering chiftly 
in the larger eye, in the color of the back, and the somewhat less sharply 
compressed belly. 

Puerto Rico; only the type, a specimen 4.5 inches long, known. This 
was collected by the II. S. Fish Commission expedition to Puerto Kico at 
Puerto Keal, January 27, 1899. (Named for Prof. Samuel Carman, of the 
Museum of Comparative Zoology.) 

Stolephorus garinani, Everjiaxn & >Iarsh, Rept. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 19, 1899), 
352, Puerto Real, P. R. (Type, No. 49360, U. S. X. M. ("oil. Everniaiin & Marsh.) 

Page 497. Before Salmo (/airdiieri, L'ichardson, insert the following: 
7S0 (k). SALMO CLARKIl l>K(l,IVIFROXS, Meek. 

(SALMOX TkOUT ok LaKK SolTHEIiLANn.) 

Head 3.8; depth 4.6; eye 5.14; snout 4.5; maxillary 1.6; scales 148; 
1). 10; A. n ; branchiostegals 10; gill-rakers 7 + 10. Body elongate, back 
elevated, anterior profile much decurved, especially so from nape forward; 
tip of snout below axis of body ; margin of upper lip on a level with lower 
margin of orUit; gai)e nearly horizontal, more so than in other trout; 
nuixillary broad, its greatest width 5 in its length, its posterior end reach- 
ing beyond eye; dentition strong; posterior margin of dorsal tin straight; 
tip of second ray reaching middle of last ray in the depressed titi, the last 
ray 2i in longest ray; pectoral 1.67 in head; ventral 2.25. Color dark 
blue above and on side to lateral line anteriorly, and to a short distance 
above lateral line posteriorly, then becoming abruptly silvery; belly 
nearly white; no spots on head or body, none on any of the lius, except a 
few on caudal fin; ui)per margin of lower jaw black, a dark blue patch 
on cheek, extending ohli(iuely upward and backward to near top of 
opercle; pectoral, venti'als, and anal yellowish. 

The general color of this .species much resembles that of the Blue Back 
of [.akc Ci'escent. It is some darker, has no spots, except on caudal fin, 
and the upper anterior profile is much more curved. 

Professor Elliot gives the following note on this trout: 

"This trout is occasionally taken in Lake Southerland, and is called the 
'Salmon Trout.' It is easily recognizalile, not only by the sharply curved 
npi)er outline of the fore part of the body, but also by its ([iiite different 
style of coloration, resembling, as stated above, somewhat the style of the 
nine Baciv of Lake Crescent. As there is no water connection between 
these lakes, and Lake Southerland is 75 feet lower than Crescent, and, 
moreover, the fish of that lake having no communication with the sea, on 
account of a very high precipitous fall a short distance from its outlet, it 
can not be supposed that these two forms are in any way identical. Out 
Bull. :S^o. 17, pt. 4 Ylii 



314s />i(/htin ^j, United Slates National Museum. 



of a large iniiiilMr of tnmt tnkcii l»y lue in l,;ik<- Soiilliurlauil, only two or 
thieo >i»eciiiifus of this form weie procured, ami tlit-y were all of small 
8i/e, and ] did not iindrrstaiid that it was i-ver o)>taiiie<l of miic-h greater 
dinieiiHions. Tliin «-oiil«l not lie tL<- fault of thf lake, which is exci-edingiy 
deep, and in-arly :i miles in length. It is a gamey fish, takes the lly. h-ajis 
out of water, and is a good fighter for its size." i .Meek.) 
Length about 10 inches. 

Known oulj- from Sciutherland Lake, Wa.shington. where 2 or 3 speri- 
inens ,only 1 of whi<-h was preserved) wen- taken l>y Professor F^lliot in 
1898. {dtcliniH, steep; fronn, foreh«-ad. ' 
Salmo clarlci tlreliri/ri-n*, MEEK. Ntitfs cm a rollectioii ol' culd-blootletl Verlt-bratea lYuui 

the Olympic Mountains: Field Coliiiiiliiau Mii.seuiu Publication ;n, Zooluj^ical Series. 

Vol. I. No. 12, 2.3U, Feb.. 189'.i. Southerland Lake, Washington. {Type, No. 2006. Fiel<! 

Coluiiibiun )Iu!4euni.) 

iS<» (1,. ^VI.Ml> < l.tUKll .lOKDA.NL Miek. 
(SfiirrKii Troi't ok Lakk .Soi'theklaxi).) 

Heads. f<»);' dtpth4.7!t; eye.">,W; snout 1.13; ma.xillary L7^ ; males IJii; 
1). lU; A. 11; liranchio.stcgal.s 10 or 11. IJody <lougate, not niucli coni- 
pre.ssed; head .short, maxillary rath<r l»road, not extending far Ijehind 
orbit — its greatest width 4A in its length, in some si»eeimi-iis about 5^, a 
8li;;ht curve downward tinder the eye; dentition not so strong as in the 
Siietklfd Trout of Lake C'tt-scent ; gill-raker.s rather long, longer than in 
the Sjieekled Trout, but less so than in Blue Mack of Lake Crescent; jtec-- 
toral in head, 1.8K; ventral 2.:J4 ; origin of dorsal midway between tip of 
snout and base of caudal, or slightly nearer tip of snout; origin of ven- 
trals under first to third diusal rays: niargiu of dorsal tin convex, its 
base l.:{2 in longest ray; snout Iduntish. Color in alcohol, dark steel-blm- 
abovf, paler below, ln-coiuing nearly white on the belly; back, sides, and 
In-ad jirofusely spotted with black; some specimens with black sjiots on 
the belly and on all lins; pectorals anil ventral.s usually without spots; 
upper half of b»w(r Jaw black, red under dentary bones. The life colors 
are given by I'nifessor Elliot in the following m»te: 

••This beautiful species is exceedingly ganicy, takes a lly readily even a.s 
late as ( )ctober, is a great leaper when ho<dveil, an«l tights a Vontrutue. In 
aj»]>earance it resembles Salmo yuinhieri (itucenth of the neighboring lake, 
being fully as brilliantly colored, but can be at once distinguished by it-^ 
«»range or orange-red lins, red on the jaw, and the number aud blackness 
of its si)ots, and ilarkcr back and top of head. In g«'U«'ral appearance 
thi-re is not the slightest similarity between this species and the spec- 
imen from Iloubler Creek. At in) stage of its existem-e that I have seen, 
from lingerlings to lisli weighing over i poiuuls, is there any silvery 
luster, liiit the ctdors are all bright-huetl, some even metallic. It is one of 
the most active of its tribe, and I have had them leaji after taking the lly 
in su<-h (luick succession, and with such rapid dartiugs about the lake, 
that it was impossiltle to imagine where they wtuibl next ap]>ear. I be- 

*Tlii'He riniiitiirHllvi' iiieaaiireuientM arc Ibe uverngiMi of 2:i aiici'iiurns rsaiulnrU by Dr 
Meek. 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America, 3149 

Ueve it sp;i\vns in the si)rin<;, ;i.s in the middle of October, when I left 
Lake Soutlierlaud, the eggs of the females we caught were not enlarged, 
and no indication of the approach of the spawning season." (Meek.) 

Length 1 to 2 feet. 

Known only I'rom Sontheiland I^ake, Washington, where 2,3 specimens 
■were collected in 1898 hj' Professor Elliot. 

("Named for Dr. D. 8. Jordan, president of Stanford I'uivcrsity, who, 
more than anyone else, has studied our Western trout.") (Meek.) 

Hahno clarkii jordani, Meek, Kotes on ii collection of cold- blooded Vertebrates from the 
Oljuipic Mountains : Field Columbian Museum Publication 31, Zoological Series, 
Vol. I, No. 12, 229, February, 1899, Southerland Lake, Washington. (Type, 2s o. 2012, 
Field Columbian Museum.) 

Page 500. Before Salnio irideiis, Gibhons, insert the following: 

480(a). SALMO B.\TH(ElETOR, Meek. 

(Long-headed Trout of Crescent Lake.) 

Head 3.5 to 3.8; depth 5.10 to 5.75; eye 6.75 to 7.60; snout 3.33; maxil- 
lary 1.66; scales 150 to 152; gill-rakcrs 7 or 8 -(- 11 to 13; brauchiostegals 
9 to 11; D. 10; A. 11. Body elongate, slender; head much jiointed; an- 
terior margin of upper jaw slightly above axis of the body; maxillary 
very long and very slender, reaching considerably beyond posterior i»art 
of the orbit, its greatest width 7 in its length; about 24 teeth on maxil- 
lary; teeth on jaws, vomer, and palatines large, the dentition much 
stronger than in s]iecimens of Salmo gairdncri crcscentis of same size; man- 
dible very strong; operclo very broad and contains the eye 1^ ; i>reopercu- 
lum narrow, less than diameter of the eye ; gill-rakers very short and thick ; 
last ray of dorsal less than half longest rays, third ray longer than base 
of iin; when depressed, second and third ray tips reach beyond middle of 
last dorsal ray; pectoral If in head; ventrals 2A. Color much as in S. 
(jalrdturi crescenfis, except lighter. Head, l)ody, and tail profusely spotted 
with black spots; ventrals and pectorals dark. No. 2036 (Field Museum) 
has fewer spots, none on anal and jK^ctoral; anterior part of upper jaw very 
dark, darker than in the larger specimen. This species differs from .S. 
gairdiH'vi cresceniis in being much more slender, its back much less elevated, 
head more slender and j)ointed. gill-rakers shorter, maxillary straighter, 
narrower, and longer. The general color pattern is the same, except 
that this s])ecies is less spotted and lighter. No red on the under jaw; 
the dentition is much stronger in this species than in -S. <jairdncri crescoilis. 
(Meek.) 
Prof. D. G. Elliot gives the following interesting note on this trout : 
"This is a deep-water fish, keeping always near the bottom. Lake 
Crescent is of great depth, in some places over 7(X) feet, and doul>tless 
much more in others not yet ascertained. The present sjiecies. unlike 
other trout, does not come to the surface, as I was informed, at any 
season of the year, and will not of course take a fly, or indeed a spoon, or 
any kind of lure. The only way it can be captured is by set-lines sunk 
within a foot of the bottom, and it seems that there are only a few ]»laces 
iu the lake where it can be caught even by this means. The specimens 



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iil>taiiie<l wiMi- ])ro(iirtMl at a dt-pth nf alioiit !.'<•<» leet. Whileit is a brightly 
colonMl fish, it larks somo of tiif iri<li's<ent hn<8 of >'. gairdneri crtmeHtia, 
and <'onHe<|iieiitly is leHs attractive in ajtpearaiu-e. It is known a» the 
liing-iKisi', or lon;i-hfa<li'<l trout." (Muek.j 

Lenjjth nrarly 'J fet-t. 

Known only from Cresreut Lake, WasbinjL^ton. where two s]ie(-inien4 
were ubtuinetl in 1898 by I'rof. 1). G. Klliot. 

Siitmi) bathceertor, MEEK, Xof»-« on a collection of coltl-bliKxled Vertebiales from tlu' 
()lyin|iii- MoiintiiinH: Field Coliiiubiiin Musi'uni Publication 31. Zuologicnl SorieH. Vol. 
I. No. IJ, '.'27, Fibriiary. 1899, Crescent Lake, Washington. (Tyjie, Xo. 2035. Fiibl 
riiliinibian MiiHt-iini.) 

Page 572. Miictoplium fjraciUs (Liitken) is n-jtorttMl by IJitki-n fmni 
Itenmark Strait, west of Iciland. 

Page 583. lU-forc Yurnlla, (ioude iV: Bean, insert thi' following: 

s;.-i («). ( YC'LOTHOXK MK<i ALOPS, Liitk.n. 

Together with a great number of Cyclutlione mlciodon cajiturcd at station 
12— G4- 38' lat. N., 32 37' long. \\ ., 1.040 tathoms— there occurred a singb- 
spei-iincn «if a length. of 70 mm., habitually looking much like the said 
spcfies, but ditlering by the eyes not buiug jiartiiiilarly small, and by 
totally wanting the light glands or " idiotosphtres.'' It can, therefore, 
a]*partutly. hardly be referred to the same genus. The dorsal and anal 
tins are very like those of ('. microdon, though with the dill'erenee that the 
dorsal tin begins somewhat before the anal tin, while this, on the other 
hand, ends somewhat farther back than the dorsal tin. (^uite black. A 
somewhat larger specimen il0.j mm.) from station 9 — (>4 18 lat. N., and 
27 long. W., 295 fathoms — is so badly pre.serve«l that it gives only the 
iufoiination that the eyes are not small and that both jaws are armed 
with small teeth directed obliciuoly backward, with a few longer ones 
in the foremost part of the lower jaw and the foremost jtart of the jtalate 
or the intermaxillary. Tlie neater determination of this specimen must 
be reservetl for a future discovery. 

It seems evident that these specimens belong to species else unknown, 
but as the material is so scanty I shall limit myself to tiie short prelimi- 
nary notes made above. (Liitken.) 

I'lielvthoiie ( .') mrijalops, \.Vtk\.\. 1( btli. Kc.huU.h I>iuii>li lifji-lf Kxi>c<l., Vol. n. lo, l«l»8. 
west of Iceland. 

Page 617. MarduiKiltlia roHtnitu was taken in 189.") hy the Ingulf exj»edi- 
tion west of Icelaiul. 

Page 669. Aftei ('litiiiKoilim riinaliin. Mean, insert: 

tis:l (HI. ( IIAUiroltON K\« Al STl>». .lonlioi A ••^ii.v.li-r. 

Head I; depth 3|t ; de])th of cautlal peduncle 8; eye 3 in head; snout I : 
inierorbital 8paci> 3A ; height of dorsal 4^ in length; anal (U ; length of 
pectoral 5i; vt-ntral fi*; caudal lit; |). H»; A. 15; scales 3.'>, 13 transverse 
series counting upwanl and forward from origin of anal, 9 on caudal 



Jordan and Evcrmann. — Fishes of North America. 3151 

peduncle. Body deep, compressed, dorsal outline almost straight from 
Buout to origin of dorsal, concave from the latter point to hase of caudal ; 
ventral outline evenly curved from snout to jiostcrior part of base of anal ; 
eye verj^ large, nearer snout than to posterior edge of opercle by a distance 
equal to longitudinal diameter of pupil; month small, its width e(iual to 
f diameter of pupil; maxillary protractile; lower jaw projecting; teeth 
in 2 series, the outer series small, bicusjjid, in a single row, rather firmly 
♦attached; inner series minute, in su)all patclies; gill-opening restricted, 
not extending above base of pectoral lin; gill-rakers slender, ecjual in 
length to \ diameter of pupil. Alimentary canal short ; air-bladder large, 
extending posteriorly to a point above origin of anal; dorsal tin inserted 
halfway between tip of snout and base of caudal, lengtli of base a little 
less than height of lin; anal inserted below middle of dorsal, its edge 
rounded; pectoral extending to base of ventrals; ventrals extending to 
vent. Scales on body large; upper posterior part of head and a narrow 
space below and posterior to eye with scales; other parts of head naked; 
small scales on basal i)art of caudal fin; a row of large jiores above eye 
and at lo\ver edge of sul)orbital patch of scales; no lateral line. Color 
in alcohol light, yellowish olive; 9 short and narrow vertical bands on 
median part of body, the first above base of pectoral, the ninth at base of 
caudal; scales on dorsal region of body edged with black dots; upper 
part of head dark; upper half of orbit black; opercles silvery; dorsal tin 
with a little dusky; other fins without dark color. 

This species somewhat resembles C. eiseni in appearance. It difiers in 
having more rays in the dorsal and anal fins, smaller scales, a more com- 
pressed body, and less dark color on the body. (Jordan it Snyder. j 

Known only from Laguna de Chapala, near Ocotlan, .Jalisco, Mexico, 
where J. O. Snyder collected the type, a female. No. (5163, L. S. .Jr. Uuiv. 
Mus. {EVHavdTOS, branded.) 

Characndon encavsfvn, Jordan .t Snyder, IJull. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (lOuO), 126, Laguna 
de Chapala, Mexico. 

Page 685. After Goodeu atripinnis, .Jordan, insert: 

313 (a). XENENDUM, .Jordan A: Snyder. 
Xenendum, Jordan ,S; Snyder, Hull. T. S. Fisli Com. 189n (I'.ioO), 127 (calieiite). 

Body deep, not much compi'essed ; males and females of about the same 
size. Eye nornuil; mouth A'ertical, lower jaw projecting; teeth loosely 
attached, in 2 series, the first series fiat, bicuspid, iu 2 or 3 rows on each 
jaw; the second series minute, in villiform bands, sometimes aljsent; gill 
ojiening not restricted, extending above the pectoral lin a distance equal 
to the diameter of ]inpil. .Mimentary canal long, Avith many convolu- 
tions; air-bladder present, large. Scales large; no lateral line. Dorsal 
and anal inserted posteriorly, the one directly over the other, their bases 
short; anal very slightly modified in male, first I'ays shorter, edge double- 
convex — the notch being between smaller and larger groups of rays; 
ventral fins present; caudal rounded, and not modified in male. 

Xeiunthim ditlers notably from Characodon in having the bicuspid teeth 
loosely attached t.nd in more than one series. Chanivodoii has the bicuspid 



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toetli (irmly attacheil aii<l in a nju^le nerieH. ItH actnnl affinities are with 
tin' ;;eiiii8 (ioiiiliii, and it Ik-Ioii^.h to the xuliraniily (iomleimi , wliich has the 
jjeneral cliaraot4M8 of tlio I'n ciliimt ,\tni witit hilunate or trifun ate t<M-th, 
and nojfieat«lirt'ereuce8 between the Hexes. («fKuc, strange; Iviov, withiu.) 

IWIS (III. XKNKM)! M 1 AI.IKNTK, Jonlaii Ac Snyder. 

Iluud 'A\; depth '2'>\ dcptli of cauthil pediiucle 5] ; eye t in hoad; snont 
'M.\ interorliital hpacoi; hei^^ht of dorsal ">< iu leujjth; anal 6j ; leii;,'tli 
of pectoral 5; ventral 1%; caudal "); I). 13; A. 14; scales 3«j, in transverhe 
series c<iMntiu<; upward and forward from origin of anal, 14; on caudal 
peduncle, «•. Hody largo and thick set, deepest at tip of pectoral ; width 4 J 
times in length; head pointed; intcrorbital sjiace broad, slightly convex; 
length of snout aliout eiiiial to diameter of orbit; mouth vertical, its 
width eijual to length of snout; maxillary very protractile; teeth loosely 
attache<l. in 2 series, those of the lirst series larger, liat, and notched, in 2 
rows on upjier jaw, W rows on lower, tin- individual teeth of each row alter- 
nating iu position with those of the i;e\t, those of the second series \ civ 
minute, iu a \illiforni band; gill-opening not restricted, e\tent!ing above 
the pectoral .i distance ei|ual to <liameter of pupil; gill-rakers long, slen- 
der, and close togt'ther, 40 on lirst arch. Alimentary canal long (in one 
specimen 4i times the length of body), coiled many times; peritoneum 
black; genital opening close to base of anal, covered by a thick, notched 
jtad. Dorsal fin inserted posteriorly, rounded, the base short, its length 
less than height of lin; anal inserted under dorsal, lirst ."» rays crowded 
together anil shortened; edge of fin <louble-canvex, the notch being 
between the shorter and longer sets of rays; jiectorals and ventrals with 
rounded »'tlges; caudal evenly rounded; body and bead everywhere, 
exceptjaws and preorbital area, with scales: no lateral line. Color light 
olive, glowing darker above; medium dorsal area blackish, each scale 
with a dark, angular b:iii<l, those of the sixth .series l»elow the dorsal 
darker, making an indistinct, n.irrow lateral ban<l; all the lins, except 
ventrals, dusky. 

Tlio females diller but slightly from the males. The b()dy is more 
thiik set. the cauilal jieduncle a little less deep, the tins a little lower, and 
the anal evenly rounded. The young are somewhat mottled in color. 

XeHriuliim ittlniitr dillers from .\. Iniljutlilii in having fewer scales iu the 
lateral and tiansversu series and on the caudal peduncle, and in a similar 
way from X. xaliHctme, besides having villilorm teeth, which are absent iu 
X. jalincone. (.Ionian «.V Snytler. ) 

Known only from Kio Verde, near Aguas t'alientes, Mexico. iType, a 
female. No. t5147. L. .S. Jr. Univ. Mus. Coll. J. <l. Snyder.) 

Xriftiilum falimit, JoiiUAN .V .Snvdf.k, Itiill I'. S. Finli f'olii. 1899(1000), 127. Rio Verde, 
near Agua> Calientes, Mexico. 

(haianxlun liiiljiolilii, .*>teindacbnir i p. 2s;?J i b«iongs to this now genus, 
and should stand as 

luos do. MNVMtMl lllll-niiill stciu<latlmer). 



Jordan and Evcrmann. — Fishes of North America. 3153 

1008 (c). XEXEXDUM XALISCONE, Jordan & Snyder. 

Head 4j; depth 3i^; depth of caudal peduncle 6i; eye 3^ in head; snout 
3; interorbital space lit; height of dorsal ^\ iu length; anal 9; length of 
pectoral 5i; ventral 7i; caudal 5; D. 13; A. 14; scales 42, transverse 
series, counting upward and forward from origin of anal, 17; ou caudal 
peduncle 12. Body thick set, deepest at origin of ventrals, widest at bases 
of pectorals; caudal peduncle deep and long; head large and pointed; 
interorbital space broad, slightly convex; mouth vertical, its width equ:il 
to length of snout; maxillary very protractile; teeth loosely attached, 
broader at distal ends than at bases, bicuspid, in two rows on each jaw; 
no villiform teeth present ; gill openings extending above base of pectorals 
a distance about etiual to diameter of pupil ; gill-rakers long, flat, very 
close together, 56 on first arch. Alimentary canal long, in many folds; 
peritoneum black. Dorsal fin inserted posteriorly, first ray simple, closely 
attached to second; edge of fin rounded; anal inserted on a vertical pass- 
ing through the base of fourth dorsal ray, similar to dorsal in shape; 
pectoral and ventral fins rounded; edge of caudal a little convex; basal 
fourth with scales. Scales large, everywhere on body and head, except 
lower jaw and preorbital area; no lateral line. Color plain, dark above, 
light below, the dark color leaving otf i-ather abruptly on the head along 
a line passing through lower edge of eye ; on chc body, along a line passing 
from lower edge of base of pectoral to caudal, leaving loAver one-fifth of 
caudal pedunclf light; faint traces of a dark spot at base of eacli scale on 
dorsal region ol" body; all the fins, except ventrals, dusky. Laguua de 
Cliapala, Mexico. 

One male individual was taken. It resembles the female in general 
appearance. The anal fin is not advanced nor modified into an intromit- 
'tenfc organ. Although it is injured, it shows that the first 5 or G rays were 
close together and shortened. 

XvnenAmn xalhcone differs from A'. caUente in not having villiform teeth, 
iu having more scales in the lateral and transverse series, and on the caudal 
peduncle. It differs from A'. luitpoMil (Steindachner), which is the third 
known species of the genus, in having a much longer snout, a more pointed 
head, and in not having villiform teeth. (Jordan A: Snyder.) 

Known only from Laguna de Chapala, near Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico. 
(Type, a female. No. (il 18,^L. S. Jr. Univ. :Mus. C<dl. J. O. Snyder.) 

(Name from Jalisco, the type locality.) 

Xeneinhnn xaUsamc, JuUUAX vt SxvDER, Bull. V . .S. Fish (,'oni. 1899 (1900), 129, Laguna 
de Chapala, Mexico. 

Page 698. lieforo Mollienisia, Le Sueur, insert: 

KCi; (II). POEriLIA LIMAXTOURl. Jordan .^ Snyd. r. 

Head 3^ in length; deittli 3; depth of caudal peiluncle 4?; eye 3k in 
head; snout 3; interorbital space 2; height of dorsal 5i iu length; anal 
U; length of pectoral 4i ; ventral 0; caudal 3\; D. 0; A. 8; scales 2t>-9, 
8 ou caudal peduncle. Txtdy rather deep and comi)ressed; dorsal out- 
line angular, its highest point at insertion of dorsal; lowest point of 



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vi-iitral iiiitliim iit Icisc <»f v«.'iitral>. Head iiointfcl, interorUital Bpate 
■wiilf and Hat; eve lurj,'e, iiean-r tip of Huout than to jujsterior edge of 
opercle l»y a distance «'(iual to diameter of impil; inoiith very obliijiie, 
its width e<iual to L' times diameter of pupil; premaxillaries jirotractile; 
distal end of niaxillary viKihle; lower jaw projeetinj;; teeth in two 
Hcries on eath jaw, the outer series in a single row, small, jx.inted, 
loosely attached ; second series scarcely discernible, in bauds; {;ill-open- 
ings exteuding above base of jiectoral a distance equal to \ diameter 
of orbit; gill-rakers on first arch 20, small and slender; alimentary 
caual very long and slender. Hody and entire head, except jireorbital 
area, lijis, and lower jaw, covered with large scales; 3 rows of scales 
on base of <'audal; small scales extending on inter-radial membranes of 
caudal, a distance beyond the basal scales about efpial to diameter of 
the eye. Dorsal (in inserted halfway between base of caudal an<l ante- 
rior edge of pupil, its base contained Oj times iu length of head and body, 
its height r>i, the last rays a little higher than the lirst; anal advanced 
close to base of ventrals, the tirst and second rays short, «losely attached 
to the next, third ray greatly enlarged and lengthened, a loosely attached 
ovate, lleshy pad near its tip; fourth and lifth rays slender, as long as 
third; tips of third and fifth rays bent toward that of the fourth; sixth 
to eighth rays about \ as long as third; cantlal rounded, its length con- 
tained \\)i tinu'S iu hi'ad and body ; pectoral rounded, the length con- 
tained \\ times iu ht-ad; ventrals i)ointed, extending to middle of longest 
anal ray. Color iu alccdiol, light yellowish olive, much lighter on breast 
and ventral part of head; jiostcritu- eilges of siales <lark ; lower jaw, pre- 
orbital area, ujiper part of head, and a narrow, median dorsal stripe, 
dark; ba-sal 'i of dorsal tin black, distal part of liu white, the bonntlary 
between the white and black more definite on the anterior than ou i>o9- 
terior part of tin; basal j of catidal dusky, distal part without color. 

< >ther male examjdes have only a few small dark spots on dorsal and 
caudal. Tiie females have the body nuire elongate than the males, the 
dejith of the caudal iieduncle h\ in length. The dorsal fin is inserted in 
advance of the anal, its origin above anal opening, the first rays highest. 
The ventrals extend to the jiosterior edge of the vent, but do not reach 
the anal. The dorsal and <aiulal have a little dusky coloring. 

La<'k of ni.iterial for comparison jtreveuts our commenting on the jtndi- 
aldo atlinities between this and other species of the genus, v, Ionian iV 
Snyder.) 

Known only from h'io Tamesoe, near Tanipico, Tamaulipas, Mexico, 
■where several specimens were c<dlected .January 1-', ISW, by Mr. ."<nyder. 
(Type, a female, No. t>l(M, h. S. .)r. I'niv. Mus.) 

(Named tor .lose I.iiiiaiitoiir, the ai eonii>lished minister of tlie "Haci- 
enda " in Mexico.) 

J'licilin lintdiitnuri, .h>uUAS\ .Snydkii, Hull. \'..S. Finb Com. I«t)»(10u0), I"J». Rio Tamesoe, 
near Tampico, Mexico. 

Page 702. llefore Xiphopborui* (juutheri, , Ionian A Kvermaun, insert. 

104» (•!. XII'IKMMIOItl V MOM KZmi:, .Ionian A Suyilor. 
Head I.; depth:!; depth of raiidal pediimle I , ; eye 3J in head ; snout 
HI; interorbital space J; lieight of dorsal :!j iu length; anal.'>; length of 



Jordan and Evcrmann . — Fishes of North America. 3155 



pectoral 4| ; ventral 4^; upper rays of caudal 3^, lower rays l,',,; D. 13; 
A. 7; scales 29-9, 7 ou caudal peilniiclc Body deoji, compressed, dorsal 
contour arched, its highest ])()iut at insertion of dorsal; caudal peduncle 
narrow and very deep; head small, pointed; interorbital space Avide. 
slightly convex; eye large, a little nearer tip of snout than to posterior 
edge of opercle; mouth vertical; teeth in two series, the iirst in a single 
row, minute, flat, and pointed, the second iu a villiform hand, much 
smaller and narrower than the first, brownish-colored, strongly curved 
backward; gill opening extending above base of iiectoral a distance 
equal to diameter of pupil; gill-rakers ou first arch 19, slender, the 
length of longest ecjual to half diameter of eye; intestinal tract slender 
and long; peritoneum black; scales on head and body large, 1 large, 
round scale ou interorbital space, followed liy 2, a row of 11 from the 
latter to first dorsal ray; 3 rows ou base of caudal fin ; base of dorsal fin 
short, 4^, iu body, first ray shortest, the others graduated to the eighth, 
which is longest; ninth, tenth, and eleventh shorter; twelfth and thir- 
teenth longer; the abrupt shortening of the ninth, tenth, and eleventh 
rays makes a notch in the outline of fin; anal advanced, its origin under 
third ray of dorsal; iirst ray greatly enlarged and lengthened; second 
and third eiiually lengthened, but more slender, These three with their 
connecting membranes forming a half tube with a pointed end; other 
rays lialf the length of first; uiti)cr lobe of caudal rounded, 5 lower rays 
forming a very long, blunt appendage; ventrals pointed, extending 
almost to tip of anal; pectoral shari)ly rotiuded; color yellowish olive, 
marked Avith black; during life there were 4 narrow, longitudinal orange 
bands, each extending along a row of scales ou body; top of head, and a 
median dorsal band extending to caudal, dusky; a narrow, dusky band 
on edge of lower jaw; 2 short, vertical bands ou snout; G upper rows of 
scales edged with black or dusky ; a few black spots irregularly arranged 
on body above ventrals; a large black spot at base of caudal, its color 
extending along u])per edge of prolongation; a dark line extending along 
lower edge of caudal peduncle to end of lower caudal rays, the caudal 
extension with a light central portion bordered with black, the lower 
border wider; underpart of head and belly without dark color; dorsal 
fin with black dots and lines; pectorals, ventrals. and anal plain. 

Considerable variation in shape of fins and iu color is shown among 
other male examples (cotypes, males and females. No. (UIO, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus.). In some the fins are low and short, the caudal ornament 
represented only by a slight lengthening of the lower rays. Among indi- 
viduals, api)arently fully grown, there is every graduation from the 
undeveloped to the very long caudal extension. In every case the scales 
are conspicuously dark edged. In some examples black spots, crowded 
together, form a more or less dark line from eye to caudal, while below 
this line are large, irregular black blotches. Others have no black spots, 
and the dark caiulal patch has almost disappeared. 

The females have the fins low or short, and without special modifica- 
tions, the posterior edge of caudal 8-shaped, the upper i)art rounded, 
the lower ]>ointed, the scales dark edged; a narrow, iudeliuite. dark color 
bund usually present along median line of sides; tlie dark caudal patch 



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rarely absent. Fully grown in:il<s aif scarce, a large catch consisting 
inuatly of females and young. 

.\i]>hoplioriin tiionti'ziim<f is distingnislicil from the otbi-r known species 
of the genus liy having 7 anal rays, the scales with conspi<nous dark 
edges, a large brown caudal spot, and the caudal aj»pendage not sword- 
hha|)ed, but with its end enlarged and blunt. (Jordan A: Sny<ler.) 

Known only from Kio Verde, near Rascou, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 
( Type, a male, No. 6145, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus. Coll. J. O. Snyder.) 
Xiplfii'liontu tii"ute:iiin<r, .Iokdav Sc .Snykek, Bull. V. .S. Fish Com. 1890 (1900). 131, 
Rio Verde, near Rascon, Mexico. 

Page 702. The recent studies of the eye.s of American blind fishes by 
Dr. C H. Kigenniaiin have shown that the species occurring in the caves 
of southwestern Mi.ssouri which lias usually been identified as TyphUchihi/H 
Diihtvi-raneHM, (Jirard, but which I»r. Eigenraann described as a new species 
under the name TiiphUchthyx roncv (p. 2835), has had an ancestry quite 
distinct from that of Tijphlichthys. It therefore is generically distinct 
from Typlilichthiix, and has been made the type of the new genus TroijUch- 
tlijlH by r.igenmaun. 

322 (a). TROGLICHTHYS. Kigenman!!. 
Troijlichthys, Eigexma.nn. Scitncc, X. S., Vol. ix. No. 217, ji. 282, Feb. 24. IftK* (ro«<r). 

.Scleral cartilages present, pigment in the pigment epithelium; vitreal 
cavity obliterated, no hyaloid niembrane; pupil closed, some of the eye 
muscles develoi)ed; no outer reticular layer; outer and inner nuclear 
layers merge<l into one; eye in adult not connected with the brain; pig- 
ment e;iithelium developetl on the distal face of the eye, rarely over the 
sides a::d back; no cones; nuclear layers mere vestiges; ganglionic layer 
restricted to the anterior face of the eyo just within the pigmented 
epitlnliuiu. Maximum diameter of eye about 8.")'/. No ventral tins. 
(TiJujyXr/, cavern; ix^J^'h tish.) 

The genera an 1 species of Amblyopsida- may be determined by the fid- 
lowing key ( from Eigenmanu^, based largely on the character of the eyes: 

<i. Viirt'ous Ii.mIv and IcnB nonuiil, the eye rnnctional; no mleral rartilages; eye pernia- 
iK-ntly roiiiuM-tetl witli tlie l)raiii liy tlie optic nerve; eye tniiscles uoniinl : no 
opiic tiWcr hiyer. Miniiniiiii tliaiiieter of tlie eye (i.7iH)m. Xo ventral Hns. 

Choukjasteb. :121. 

I>. V.y in B<liilt more than 1 mm. in lonjjitinlinal diameter; lens over 0.5 mm. in diani- 

eter; retina very Himjile, Its ma\imiun tliickr.osn 63..V in the old; theor.ter 

and inniT nuclear InyiTs ronHiHtin;: nf a !iin;;le neries of cellii each ; the gun 

);lionif layer of isolated ci'Un. Maximum thieknetta of the outer nuclear 

layer Ti^, of the inner nuclear layer Si. coRXtTls, 104-1 

{;{j. £ye in adult lesit than 1 mm. in l(m<:it\iilinal diameter: len* Iraa than 4 mm.; 

outer nuclear la>er co:u|io!*ed of at leawt 2 laverH of eelN; inner unclear 

layer of at lea-t :i layiTs of eelU. tlie former at least 10^ thick, the latt«r nl 

least \Xn. 

e. I'l(;meiit epitheliuru ll.'iui thick in the iuiddl»ag<«l. 102.t in the old. 

rAIMIXirKRl'!!. 1046. 

ec. l'i|piu<nt 4l»j thick in the middle aj;ed, 74 » in tlie ol«l ; 2» to 3tl jnt cent thinner 

than in |>a|dlliferuN: eye smaller. aoassixm, 1046. 



Jordan and Evcr)}ia)in. — Fishes of North America. 3157 



aa. The eye a vestige, not functional ; vitreous body and lens mere vestiges, the eye col- 
lapsed, the inner faces of the retina in contact. Maximum diameter of eye 
about 200/x. 
d. Xo scleral cartilages, no pigment in the pigment epitiiclium ; a minute vitreal 
cavity; hyaloid memlirauewith bloodvessels: pupil not closed; outer nuclear, 
outer reticular, inner nuclear, inner reticular, ganglionic, and iiignient epi- 
thelial layers differentiated ; cones probably none ; no eye muscles, ilaximum 
diameter of eye 180^ Eye probably connected with brain tlirougliout life. 

TVI'HI.ICHTHYiS, 322. 

dd. Scleral cartilages present ; pigment in the pigment epithelium ; vitreal cavity 

obliterated, no hyaloid membrane; ptipil closed; some of the eye muscles 

developed; no outer reticular layer; outer and inner nuclear layers merged 

into one. Eye in adult not connected with the brain. 

e. Pigment epithelium well developed; cones well develoi)ed; ganglionic cells 

forming a funnel-shaped mass through the center of the eye; pigmented 

epithelium over the front of tlie eye without pigment. Maximum diameter 

of eye about "JOOiu. Ventral tins present. Amblyopsis, .323. 

ee. Pigment ejiitlielium developed over the distal face of the eye, rarely over the 

sides and back; no cones; nuclear laj'ers mere ve.stiges; the ganglionic 

layer restricted to the anterior ftice of the eye. just within the pigmented 

epithelium. Maximiun diameter of the eye about 8.5/*. X(» ventral fins. 

Troguchthvs, 322 (a). 

Page 744. To tbt- syiioiiyniy of Encalia incotisiaiiii (Kirtlaiid), add tlie 
following : 

Gatterosteus gyiiimteK, Dawson, Canadian Xaturalist, Vol. iv. No. 5, October, 1859, 321- 
324, tigs. 1-3, Montreal, Canada. (Coll. Prof. J. W. Dawson.) 

Page 789. Recent iuvestigations made by Dr. .Jordan in certain fresh- 
water streams and lakes of Mexico resulted in the discovery of several new 
species of Atherinida' and new facts regarding other species: 

ll.il. ESL0PSARU3I J0BD.4M (Woolman). 

Locality, Rio Verde. Aguas Calientes, Mexico. 

Two specimens of Kslopsarum jordani were collected, together with 
numerous individnals of A', arge. Chirostoma biere, Steindachner, is probably 
identical with E.jordcuii, as already supposed by us. 

An examination of a number of species of Eslopsanim and of Chirostoma 
Bhows that the number of vertebne, in addition to the character of the 
scales, fnrnisliea a distinguishing generic feature. 



.Species. 



Vertebrae. 



Eslopsa nt ni jorda ni 

itrge 

Chiroito)na humholiltianum 

chaiialie 

proinelas 

diazi 

cn/stalUiiiDii . . 

lermiv 

ocotlane 




Chirostoma contains two \ try niaiked types of species. The one repre- 
sented by the typic;il species, r/i;'n>.s/o»(a h ii in hoi dti(x mi in, has the llesli linn 



3158 Bulletin //, United States National Museum. 



and opai|iU' in lilV. Thf other { J.itltontole), typiJiiMl by i'hirontoma estor, bae 
the lI»'Hh thill, trauHlii<eiit. and vi-rv pale. There are correlated diftVreuces 
in the linmiess (if tht- linues and scales, Init thiin far we have found no 
tau^'il)le rharacter on which to 8<-parate Lethontuli- au a jieuns fnmi Chiron- 
loiiKi. Tlie known specirs of l.cthoxloh are extor. itllnim, chapalti , yrauduciilt , 
jiroimlax, iliazi, cryxtdlliinini, li riiiii . ;inii ocotlane. 

li:>; HP. KM.OI'svitl M VH(iK,.Torilan i Snyder. 

Head 4; «l<])th 4i; dejith of caudal jiediiuclc 2J in head; eye 3j ; smmt 
3; interorbital space 3i ; heij^ht of epiuous dorsal SJ ; soft dorsal 'J; 
anal 2; length of pectoral U; ventrals 2A; caudal li; D. I\-R: A. 15; 
P. 13; scales iH-ll, ."> between tht- dorsals. Body rather thickset, its 
deepest jtart .just anterior to base of ventrals; width of body equal t<> 
distance from posterior edge of orl>it to tii» of snout; eye nearer to tip nf 
snout than to posterior edge of opercle by a distance e(|ual to diameter of 
jiupil; interorbital sjiace convex: width of jireorbital an-a e<|ual to diam- 
eter of iinpil ; tij) of lower jaw jirqjecting beyond that of upper; mouth 
large, obli(iue ; lijis not much thickent-d posteriorly, the lower not di>- 
iimily folded over the ujiper at their angh-; maxillary extending poste- 
riorly to a ])eri>cndicular passing through anterior eilge of orbit, its distal 
e;iil below the level of eye; teeth large, sharp, projecting backwards, in 
2 di-linite rows on eaeh Jaw, none on vomer or jialatines; gill-rakers on 
lirst arch 14, long and slender; air-bladder extending jiosteriorly to .i 
jioint a little past insertion of anal; iteritoneum black; vertebra- 37. 
Lateral line reitresented on the fifth row of scales below the dorsal by a 
Keries of partly developed pores; scales large, entire, covering head and 
body except snout, lower jaw, preorbital area, anil a snnill space around 
base of pectoral; small scales extending for a short distance on inter- 
raiiial membranes of caudal; first 3 dorsal spines of about the same 
height, the fourth .shorter; lirst dorsal ray longest, the ittliers gradually 
slimier; edge of fin straight; anal inserted on a periiemlicular, jiassing 
halfway between dorsals, its lirst ray longest ; edge of tin slightly con- 
cave ; caudal notched, the tips and notch rounded, extending to ba.ses of 
Ventrals; ventrals falling short of vent a distance eipial to diameter of 
orbit. ( olor in life, translucent ; a silvery lateral band with its upper 
edge dark, extending from upper part of base of jiectoral to base of 
caudal, the band less distinct in the region of the pt-ctoral tin; scales of 
baik edged with line, dark specks; snout, lower jaw, top of head, and 
upjier |)art of eye dusky; dorsal and caudal tins with a little dusky 
cidoi iiig. 

.•specimens of /,'. aitjc were caught in the same seine-haul with K. jonloiii. 
The former species dilVers from the latter in having a thicker body, a 
longer snout, a larger and less obli(|ue mouth, a Larger eve. and a wider 
color band. 

In the drawing accompati\ iiig the original description of l-^slopaai mn 
jiinlani the mouth is wrongly represented. Of the s])eeiinens examined, 
including some of the types, the mouth is much like that of f'biroKlotna 
Inimhohttitiiiinii. The clelt is not straight in outline. The lower lip folds 
over the iipjier at tluii union. .lordan A .^-^nviUM.i \ar<n, silvery.) 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North Aincrica. 3159 



Known only from the Rio Verde, near Aguas Calieutes, Mexico. (Type, 
No. 6154, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mns. Coll. .1. O. Snyder.) 

Eslopsurum rtrj/e, .Jordan .V Snyder, Bull. U. S. Fi.sh Com. 1899(1900), 133, Rio Verde, 
near Aguas Calientes, Mexico. 

11.57 (b). (HIROSTOMA ( HAPAL.E, Jordan \ Suvder. 

Head 4; depth .ji; depth of caudal peduncle 3 in head; eye 3^; snout 
37;; interorbital space 4; height of spiMou.s dorsal 3; .soft dorsal If; anal 
If; length of pectoral 1^; ventrals 2^; caudal v'; ! 1^- IV-10; A. 20; 
pectoral 14; scales 47-13, 6 between dorsals. Body slender, compressed, 
its deepest part below first dorsal; eye large, nearer tip of snout than 
to posterior edge of opercle by a distance equal to l.V times the diam- 
eter of pupil; interorbital space convex, its width about equal to diam- 
eter of pupil or to preorbital area; symphysis of lower jaw project- 
ing a little beyond tip of upper, the lips meeting; month obliciue, lips 
thickened posteriorly, the lower folding over the upper at their union; 
angle of mouth on a level with center of pupil; maxillary nearly vertical? 
its distal end in advance of a vertical from anterior edge of orbit, a dis- 
tance ecjual to f the diameter of i>upil. Teeth minute, in bands, not 
arranged in definite rows; no teeth on vomer or palatines; gill-rakers on 
first arch 30, very slender, the length of longest equal to diameter of 
orbit; peritoneum black ; air-bladder Aery large, extending posteriorly to 
a point above middle of anal fm ; vertebra' 4."). A well-defined lateral 
line extending along the body on the eighth row of scales below the first 
dorsal. Scales large, crenate, not notably reduced in size nor closely 
crowded together on any part of the body; those on post-occipital region 
and anterior to pectorals small; scales extending on basal }. of inter-radial 
membranes of caudal; lower jaw, snout, and i)reorbital space naked: first 
2 spines of dorsal highest, the following 2 a little shorter; first ray of 
second dorsal highest, others gradually shorter; anal in.serted a little 
anteiior to a perpendicular passing halfway between the origins of 
dorsals, first ray longest, other's successively shorter; when the fin is 
elevated, its edge is concave; caudal deeply forked, the tijis pointed; 
pectoral notably pointed, extending past base of ventral a distance equal 
to diameter of orbit; ventrals extending to vent. Color in life, tran.sln- 
cent; a silvery lateral band 1 scale wide, bright, and distinct posteriorly, 
Ijecoming indistinct anteriorly; upper edge of lateral band with dusky; 
scales on dorsal part of body edged with dark dots; upper and lower 
jaws with dark dots; upper part of eye black, the dark, ])igmented 
arachnoid showing through the thin skull. (Jordan & Snyder.) 

C. chapala' is closely related to C. grandocitle. Steindachner. It difiersin 
having a smaller eye and larger scales. The former has 44 to .'>! scales in 
the lateral series, and 12 to 14 in a transverse series, while <'. r/rtiiidociile 
has 60 to 62 scales in the lateral series and 15 or 16 in a transverse series. 

Known only from Laguua de Chapala, near Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico. 
(Type, No. 6165, L. S. Jr. I'uiv. Mus. Coll. J. O. Snyder.) 

Vhirostoina chapalee, Jokdan .v Snydeh, Bull. l'. S. Fish Coin. 1899 (1900), 135. Laguna 
de Chapala, Mexico. 



31»»<» BulUtin 4.-J. United Stales XiXtional Museum. 

lir»; (r.. < IIIKOSIOM \ riiiiMJ I. vs. loiilau \ Snyder. 

Heiitl S'l ; <lt])tli 4V ; di-ptli of <aii<l;il ite«liiijcle 3i in bead ; cyeoy; snout 
2A ; iiiterorbital space 4A ; licij^ht <»f aiuimus dnrsal 3^ ; so It dorsal l'» : anal 
2; leu{,'tb ol" pi-ctoral IS; ventral 2^; caudal U; 1). IV-11; A. 1!«; pectoral 
\h\ scales 53-10, 9 between (lorsals. Head sb-uder, triangular; eye small, 
nearer tip of snout tban to edge of opercle by a distance ei|ual to lialf 
diameter of jtupil: widtb of jjreorbital area somewbat greater tli;in 
diameter of pupil; interorbital space sligbtly convex; snout jiointed; 
upper jaw projecting a little beyond tbe lower; cleft of nioutb almost 
litiiizoutal; lips enlarged jiosteriorly, tbe lower lip folding; over tb<' upper 
at tbeir .junction ; angle of nioutb on a level witb lower part of pupil; 
maxillary almost vertical in ]>osition, its distal end not extending back- 
ward as far as anterior edge of orbit; teetb large, curved inward, not 
arrangeil in detinite rows; none on vomer or palatines; vertebra* 45. A 
tob'raV>ly well delined lateral line extending along tbe body about 8 scales 
below tbe first dorsal, tbe pores absent on some of tbe scales; scales 
crenate, largest along lateral color baud; a post-occipital patcb of minute, 
closely-<Towded scales extending backward nearly to a line connecting 
bases of jjcctorals; a narrow band of similar scales just posterior to gill- 
openings, and on base of caudal, tbe latter extending on inter-radial 
nu-mbranes balf tbeir lengtb ; scales between dorsals not abrujdly smaller 
tban tbo.se near by, nor crowded clo.sely togetber; bead witb scales except 
on snout, ]treorbital region, and on lowi-r jaw; lirst 3 spines of dorsal 
nearly e<|ual in lengtb, tbe fourtb a little shorter; tirst dorsal ray longest, 
tbe others gradually shorter; anal inserted on a perpendicular ]>as8iug 
miilway between dorsals, lirst ray longest, others successively shorter; 
edge of fin sligbtly concave; i)ectoral pointed; extending beyond base of 
ventrals a distance cijual to diameter of pupil; ventralsnot (juite reaching 
vent. Color in alcohol, yellowish olive; a distinct sihery lateral band, 
tbe light color of which is underlaid witb dark ])ignK'nt. extending from 
upper part of base of pectoral to caudal, wider aiul brighter in color 
bttwei-n dorsal and anal, growing narrower on caudal pedum le. widening 
at its end; scales of upjjer part of body with dusky coloring on tbeir 
idges; dorsals, pectoral, and caudal with dark color; eye dusky above, a 
dark band (Ui interorbital sjiace; snout aiul jaws black. 

(Iiironluma inumeliis is distinguishable from other known sjiocies of tbe 
genus by th<' projecting upjier jaw and the black snout. 

One specinu'U other than the tyjie was o1itaine<l. In it the ]irojection 
<if tbe ui))ier jaw is more i)ronounced tban in the type. The gill-rakers 
an«l abdominal viscera bad been lemoved fiom both. ^.Jordan & .*>nyder. ' 

Known only frouj tJuadalajara, .Jalisco, Mexico, where 2 sjiecimens were 
ohtained in the market. (Tyj»e, No. (Jl.Mi, L. .S. Jr. Iniv. Mus. toll. .J. < >. 
Snyder.) i ttm", before ; //f,\(i;, black. > 

(7itni«/uiiia;«'»mi7<t«. .luKK.vN.v Snm>kk, liiill. V. S. FisliCoiu. 18in*(19ci0i. MO, Guadalajara, 
Mexico. 



Jordan and Everniann. — Fishes of North America. 3161 

1157 (d). (HIROSTOMA lUAZI, Jorilaii >t Snyder. 

Head 3;^; depth 5; depth of caudal iiedimcle 3} In head; eye ')\\ snout 
2\\ interorbital space 1:|; height of spiuous dorsal 4* ; soft dorsal 2i; aual 
2^; length of pectoral If; ventral 3; caudal \\\ D. V-11; A. 20; P. 15; 
scales 69-20, 22 between dorsals. Body long, deeper and more com- 
pressed than that of C. hnmboldtianum; head large, its dorsal contour 
straight from tip of snout to occiput; viewed from above, the head is 
much compressed, the upper jaw is sharply i)oiuted and included by tlie 
lower; interorbital space slightly convex; eye nearer tip of snout than to 
edge of opercle by a distance equal to diameter of pui)il; jireorbital area a 
little wider than diameter of orbit; mouth obliciue, its cleft extending to 
a horizontal from lower edge of orbit; lips thickened posteriorly, the 
lower forming a fold across the upper at angle of mouth; lower jaw jiro- 
jecting, the teeth just passing the edge of the upper; maxillary extending 
to a vertical from anterior edge of orbit, its distal end angular; teetli 
large anteriorly, growing gradually smaller jiosteriorly, canine-like, sharp, 
projecting backward, not arranged in definite rows, none on vomer or 
])alatines; vertebra' 41. Scales crenate, larger in region of lateral color 
band, growing smaller dorsally and ventrally, abruptly smaller and close! v 
crowded together in a region anterior to the i)ectoral fin, extending from 
the isthmus to the occiput, also between the dorsal lins and along bases of 
dorsals, anal and caudal; inter-i-adial membranes of the latter with scales 
extending | its length; head with scales except on jaws, upjier part of 
snout, and on preorbital area; two anterior spines of dorsal longest, others 
a little shorter; first dorsal ray longest, others gradually shorter; anal 
similar to soft dorsal in shape, except that its base is much longer; inser- 
tion of anal on a perpendicular passing halfway between dorsals; caudal 
deeply forked, the lobes i)()inted; pectoral sharp, extending ])ast base of 
ventrals a distance equal to diameter of orbit; edge of jiectoral, when 
extended, straight. Body, during life, translucent; in alcohol, greenish 
olive; a silvery lateral band, in which the silver is not underlaid with 
black pigment, extending from axil to base of caudal; dorsal scales nar- 
rowly edged with dusky; upper part of eye dark. Jalisco, Mexico. 

Our specimens an; all from the market at Guadalajara. The gill-arches 
and viscera had been removed. The llesh is somewhat shrunken, which 
probably causes the teeth to appear more prominent than in life. 

Cliirostoma di(i:i may be easily distinguished from tlie other known 
species of the genus by the small scales crowded closely together between 
the dorsal tins. (Jordan & Snyder.) 

Known only from the market at Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. (Type, 
No. 6157. L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus. ■ Coll. J. O. Snyder.) 

(Named for Porlirio Diaz, the honored President of the Republic of 
Mexico, in recognition of his interest in the progress of science.) 

Cliirostoma diazi, JoKDAN Jc SNYDER, Bull. U. S. FisU Com. 1899 (19001, 137, Guadalajara, 
Mexico. 



'.',\>'>-J liulhtiii /7, I 'nittd States Xational Mksi urn. 

WWl (e). < lllltostiMl \ < i;\Nr VI I.IM M. Ionian A. Siiviler. 

Hcml '.\\\ <leiith I J; ilopth of cainlal ]M'(ltiiicle 3A hi hea«l; eye 5|; snout 
'1\\ interorhital space 1^ ; height of spinous dorsal 4^ ; soft ilorsal 2^; anal 
2i; l.'iiKth of iMctoral M: v.iitral I'J ; caudal IJ; I).V-13; A. 24; IM.'.; 
scales ."»I>-1S, 10 Imtween dorsals. Bodj' deepest aliove ventrald, widest at 
insertion of pectorals; head loii;; and pointed, its npjier contour straight ; 
snout, viewed from above, sharply pointed, the lower Jaw jirojecting 
heyond upper a distance ecjual to not inor<; than half diameter of orbit ; 
eye nearer tip of snout than to posterior edge ol" opercle a distance 
ei|ual to diameter of pujtil ; mouth ohli<|Ue, the cleft extending down- 
ward to a level with lower edge of pupil; lips thickened jiosteriorly, the 
lower folding over the upper at angle of mouth; teeth minute, in wide 
jiatches, not arranged in cletinite rows, on ui»perand lower jaws; no teeth 
on vomer or palatines; gill-rakers on lirst arch 27, slender, the length of 
longest e(|ual to diameter of pupil; vertebra- 44. An indetinite lateral 
line extending along tlie bo<ly about !1 sc.iles below lirst <loisal, the pores 
absent on many of the scales; scales crenate, largest along color-band, 
growing smaller above and below, nnnh smaller and closely crowded on 
the liody anterior to the pectoral tin, from the isthmus to the occiput; a 
few small scales at upper end of opercle, along bases of fins, and ou the 
inter-radial membranes of caudal for half its length; scales between 
dorsals larg«^ and not crowded together; lower jaw and npper jiart of 
snout naked; lirst 3 s]dnes of dorsal about the same length, reaching, 
when depressed, to \ their length of insertion of soft dorsal ; first dorsal ray 
longest, others gr.idiially shorter; anal inserted on a )ierpenilicular passing 
through a j>oint half way between origins of dorsals, base much longer 
than th.it of dorsal; lirst dorsal ray longest, others gradually shorter to 
middh* of fin, all remaining r.iys of about the same height; caudal deeply 
forked, the tips roiindeil ; pectoral jtointed, extending a little past base 
of ventrals; tips of veiitrals extemling to vent, Hody, during life, trans- 
lucent, with a slightly bluish tinge; in alcohol, yellowish; upper scales 
with dusky edges; top of head dusky; upper part of eye dark; liiis, 
except ventrals and anal, with a little dusky color; a silvery color band 
extemling frosii upper part of pectoral b.ise to caudal, narrower (»n caudal, 
widening at base of caudal. 

C. rii/Hlairniuin fdosely resembles ('. orollaiie in general ajtpearance. The 
much shorter lower jaw .ind the smaller eye of <'. cri/stnlliiiuni are at onco 
distinguishing rhurai-ters. (Juad.ilajnra mid I.aguna tie Chapala. Mexico. 
(.l(M-dau A .'^iiyder. ) 

Two specimens from the liiiadalajara market are shrunken so that the 
orbit is larger, and the teeth more evident than in those taken at < botlan. 

Known from Laguiia de Chapala, near Ocotlan, .Inlisco, Mexico, and the 
market at (iuadalajara. (Type, No. rtl5X, L. S. .Jr. I'liiv. Mus. Coll.J.i*. 
Snyder. ) 

ChiriiMlomit enittalliniiiii. .IniiDAN iV SNVnCK. Itiill. I*. S. Fmli Com. It<OU (IIHW), 13U, Laguna 
de ChapaU, Mexico. 



Jorda)i and Evcnnann . — Fishes of North America. ?>!(')?> 



1157 (f). CHIROSTOMA LER3I.E, Jordan & Snyder. 

Head 3J; ; depth 5^; depth of caudal peduncle 3| in head; eje 5^; snout 
2^; interorbital si>ace 5A ; height of spinous dorsal 4i; soft dorsal 2^ ; anal 
2J;; length of ])ectoral 1| ; veutrals 3; caudal 1?; D. IV-ll; A. 20; scales 
58-20, 11 between dorsals. Body slender, dcejiest x)art in region of veu- 
trals; caudal peduncle narrow; snout long and pointed; lower jaw 
slightly projecting, hut not enough to include the upper; eye large, uearer 
tip of snout than to posterior edge of opercle, a distance e(|nal to diam- 
eter of orbit, or to width of preorbital space; cleft of mouth extending to 
a liorizontal through lower edge of orbit; lower lip folded over the upper 
at their union ; maxillary extending posteriorly almost to a perpendicular 
from anterior edge of orbit, its distal en<l angular; teeth large and strong, 
curved backwiird and inward, arranged in 2 definite rows, those of th© 
inner row of the upper jaw and of the outer row of the lower jaw larger, 
none on vomer or palatines ; vertebra; 44. An indefinite lateral line extend- 
ing along body about 10 scales below first dorsal, the pores absent on 
many of the scales; scales crenate, largest along the lateral color-band, 
much smaller between occiput and first dorsal, those immediately pos- 
terior to occiput, minute and very closely crowded; a narrow edging of 
similar scales along the gill-openings, extending ventrally to the isthmus; 
scales between dorsals not nuich reduced in size or crowded together; 
basal half of inter-radial membranes of caudal with scales; first 2 spines 
of dorsal longest, third shorter, fourtli about ij as long as the first; first 
dorsal ray longest, others gradually shorter, edge of fin straight; inser- 
tion of anal on a perpendicular i)assing through a point half way between 
origins of dorsals, first ray longest, others successively shorter, last ray 
one-third the length of first ; caudal deeply forked, its tips rather pointed ; 
pectoral pointed, extending beyond origin of veutrals a distance enual to 
diameter of pupil ; veutrals reaching A'ont. Color in alcohol, light olive, a 
silvery lateral band e([ual to a scale in width extending from upper part 
of base of pectoral to base of caudal ; edges of upper scales dusky ; a little 
dark color on dorsals, caudal, and i)ectoral; upper ami lower jaws and 
top of head with minute dark dots; u]<per part of eye dark. 

C. lerrncv closely resembles C. crystalUniim. Itdifi'ers markedly in havini"- 
large teeth, which are arranged in two rows, a shorter lower jaw and a 
larger eye. Jalisco, Mexico. (Jordan »t Snyder.) 

Our specimens of C. leniuc are all from the market of Gua<lalajara. The 
gill-arches and viscera had been removed and the bodies were somewhat 
shrunken. The specimens ai-e said to have come from Laguua de Chapala, 
Jalisco, Mexico. (Type, No. 01.59, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus. Coll. J. (>. .'<nyder, ) 

Cliii-ostoma lenufi'. Jokda.n Jt Snyder, Bull. T. S. Fish Com. 18119 (1900), 140, Guadalajara, 
Mexico. 

1157 (p). CIIIKOSTOMA (K'OTI, VXK, Jonlaii A Snyder. 

Head 3^; depth 4i; depth of caudal peduncle 3^ in head; eye 4^; snout 

2'i ; interorbital space 5; height of spinous dorsal 3.^; soft dorsal 2J; ; anal 

2; length of pectoral 1?; ventral 2i; caudal lA; D. V-12; A. 20; scales 

54-19, 11 between dorsals. Body long, rather slender, deepest above 

Bull. Xo. 47, pt. 4 Ix 



1-51 til lUillt'tin //, Ibiitid States National Museum. 



ventrals; Inuil Ion;,', ixiintt-d, iiH durhal cuntoiir Htrai;;lit from tip of 
BDoiit to a jMiiiit a littlr po.stci ior to the <•><•, wbrie it «iirve« ujiwanl ; 
iiit«Toi hital Hpaco Hat; i-ve liitjli iij), iieariT tip of Huoiit tbaii ed«e of 
optTcli- liy a (liHtaiic'i- al>oiit <'(|iial to (liHiiii't<-r of pu|iil; widtli of \iTv- 
orliitui >pati- ('(|ual to diaiiD-tt-r of piij)!! ; moiitli oblique, tin- rleft e\t<-inl- 
inji tlownwaul to a poiut op|)ositt' lowt-riMlgi- of jMijjil; lips f;ro\viii^ iiicMf 
llesliy poHteriorly, the lower foiiiiiiiy a fold aciosH tin- ui)i»er at tbeiijniic- 
tioii; distal einl of maxillary auf5iilar,exteiidiiig almoHt to a vertical from 
anterior ed^o of orliit; lower jaw very loiij;, projecting; beyooil iijiper a 
distance cijiial to diameter of ]mi)il ; viewed from above, both jaws an- a 
little more ]ioiiited tlian are those c»f V. intor or of ('. huiiiboldtiaiiuni. 
Teeth on jaws in bands, minute, pr«>jecting backward; no teeth on vomer 
or palatines; ;;ill-raker8 (slender, close to;iether. length <»f longest eiinal to 
diameter of jiupil; vertebra- 14. A rather indefinite lateral line extend- 
ing along body, 10 scales lielow the first dorsal, the i)ores absent on many 
of the scales; scales crenate, growing snuiller dorsally, larger veutrally, 
those on posterior part of occiput, on nape, on region anterior to jiec- 
torals — above and below, and on base of caudal, very small and crowtled 
together, those in the region of dorsals not reduced in size or crowded 
except at insertion of tins, where there are 4 very small ones; cheek 
with") rows; lower jaw anil upjier part of snout nake«l ; basal half of intei- 
radial membranes of caudal with minute scales; tirst 3 spines of dorsal 
highest, extending when depressed within half their length of origin of 
soft dorsal ; first dorsal ray i)recedtd by a shorter, sinii»le, closely attached 
one; other rays successively shorter than first; edge of tin slightly con- 
cave; anal similar to soft dorsal in sha])e, its basis Iji times as long as that 
of soft dorsal; attachment of first ray under a point half way between 
insertions of dorsals; caudal deeply forked, the lobes equal; pectoral 
jtointed when depressed, ujtjier rays longest, extending to a vertical lialf 
way betwein insertions of first dorsal and ventrals. Hody, during life, 
almost transluctiit, with m bluish tinge of color; in alcohol, the color is a 
light idivc yellow; a silvery lateral band extending friun axil to base of 
caudal, the banil wider and brighter in color between dorsal and anal, 
growing narrow on caudal peduncle ami then widening again at its ]ios- 
terior eml. Head and body above, and the lower jaw. dusky; ui»iier part 
of eye dark ; edge of scales alio\e lateral band with small black dots; 
caudal sonx-vNbat dusky on its basal tliiril: otln-r tins with little or no dark 
color. 

ChiroKltnita inoHant- is easily distinguished fiom all other known species 
of the genus by its excessively long lower jaw. Except the jaw and some- 
what larger eye it resembles r. «■«/«>»• in general appearance, hagiina d<- 
Chapala, Mexico. (.lorilan A ."snyder. i 

Known only from I.aguna de ('ha|>ala, near < >iotlan. Mexico. (Tyjn-. 
Ko.«>ll«i. h.S. .Fr. Univ. MuH. foil. . I. (>. Snyder. > 

ChiroKliima «fi>tUiur, Jokoan A SnvI'M' r.nH i' s l-'i.h i .n.i i«',»'i , l'.niii», 141, L.aguna 
de Chapala, near Ocotlan, Mcxici> 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 8165 



1154. tHlROSTOMA ESTOK, Jortlau. 

We have examiued the type specimen of Chiroatovia estor. The scales are 
small and closely crowded on the region anterior to the pectoral from the 
occiput to the isthmus; they are not much reduced in size nor closelv 
crowded together l)etween the dorsals. The teeth on the jaws are lar<re 
and numerous, not arranged in definite rows; there are :^ vomerine teeth 
almost as large as those on the jaws. 

Some exact measurements of the typo, exi)ressed in hundredths of the 
length of the body, are here given : 

Length of body in millimeters 212; dei)th of caudal peduncle 7i; length of 
head .3U ; distance from snout to occiput 23; tip of lower jaw to occiput 24 • 
width of interorbital space 7; length of snout 12; diameter of orbit 5iJ; 
distance Irom snout to spinous dorsal 56i; insertion of spinous to soft 
dorsal 12^; height of longest dorsal spines 7; of longest dorsal rays 11; 
dista-nce from snout to anal 62i; height of longest anal rays 12; distance 
from anal to caudal 22; length of caudal tin 18i; of pectoral tin 17; dis- 
tance from snout to ventral 45^ ; length of ventral tin 10^; D. V-12: A. 18* 
P. 14; scales 72-19, 9 between dorsals. '' ' "" ' ' 

llo4 (a). (HIROSTO.nA ALBIM (Stpin.laf biiei). 

The type of Chirostoma estor agrees externally almost perfectly with 
Steindachner's account of Chirostoma album from Lake Piitzcuaro, a 
species which he later places in the synonymy of C. estor. But the type 
localities are Avidely separated, and Steindachner found no trace of the 
large vomerine teeth so conspicuous in C. eniur. We therefore rcard C. 
album as probably a valid species, not identical with C. esior. 

Page 821. After Jotitrits 2)ichar(li, Poey, add : 

368(a). I^EOMUGIL, Vaillaut. 
Neomiujil, Vaillant, ]}u11. Soc. IMiilm,,., iv, 1893-18W (,Juue, 1894,, 72 (di;meti). 

General aspect of .l//u/i7. .Mouth widely cleft, maxillary ext.i.din.r 
beyond ant.-rior edge of orbit. Fine teeth in many series in eaeh jaw*^ 
those of outer series on intermaxillary most developed, all conical, sinij.le! 
small, but distinct; villilbrm teeth on vomer and ).alatines. Stomach 
siphonal. walls membranous, very thin in ])yloric region, heu.e not -iz/ard- 
like; a large i.yloric ceca and a second smaller one; pseudol.ranclii.c 
distinct. 

This g^enu9 resembles Jotvnis, which has the teeth llattened and ser- 
rated, with only 1 series on the intermaxillary. The maxillary in ./-/».». 
extends not so fnr back. (Vaillant.) (/-fos.new; .l/«.</,7.) 

11»S (a). NEOMU<;iI, IHf.l ETI. VaillMiit. 

Heado; depth 4; eyeG; interorbital 2.75. U.G; D. IV-I, 8: A. I. 9; V 
I, 5; scales H-43-11; caudal tin 4. Maxillary reaching pupil; nu.'nth 
deeidy cleft: uj.per jaw the longer; no a.Iipose eyelid. Origin of lirst 
dorsal at middle of body, the lirst 8])ine 2 in depth of body; origin of anal 



31HH Bulletin 47, United States Xational Museum. 



a little ill front of sccdikI dorsal. Whole ln-ail, <'X<-ei»t preociilar region, 
scaletl like the l)o(ly, tin- scales ctenoiil. 

Kiiowu from L'O ••xainph-s from !>!• to 194 nmi. loij<^, from Lower Califor- 
nia, Month of La I'a/. 

(Nameil for the coUectnr of tlic tyite, M. L.-on I>i)j:uet.) 
StoinuijH ili'jiieti. Vaillaxt, Hull. So<-. I'hilom.. IV. lrt>:t-lK94 (June, 18W), 73, t«rr«-iit in tin- 
Sierra de las Cacachilas de Santa Cruz, Lower California. 

Page 903. In the description of Seriohi Udandi for '.V. 1, 27" reail 
"A. 1,1'L" 

Page 962. (ctilrDlopliidd law ii'>t !>■• iii.iinr:iin<il as a distinct family. It 
hdong-s with the Stromateida . 

Page 1038. .\ftcr Hndnijitiruii xchrits Ht-rrnla, insert: 

II VKKOI'I KUI s MWINKI ( KIKNSIS. Eveniiann 

Head 3.7.'.: <lfiith t>; eye 4; snout L2; maxillary 3.25; mundihle 2,75; 
interorliital i!; i>ectoral L25; ventral L3; D. XIV, LS; A. II, 8: scales 
7-«il-lii. 

Hody latiicr loii<:, slender, and siiltterete; caudal peduncle somewliat 
compressed, its least width one-half its least depth: iiead rather Inuj:, 
snout pointed; mouth moderately large, (djli(|ne, maxillary reaching i)ast 
anterior part of eye, lower jaw included; eye rather large, slightly above 
axis of hody; interorhital moderately wide, nearly flat; gill-membranes 
free from each other and from the isthmus; operde with a rather long 
flail '»"'' stout spines; ]>reniaxi!laries not protractile; fins rather large; 
distance from origin of spinous dorsal to tip of snout slightly greater than 
i»ase of spinous dorsal or nearly twice base of soft dorsal; hmgest tlorsal 
spine 2.25 in he;|d; .soft dorsal higher than spinous portion. 2 in head, the 
free edge gently curved; (uigin of anal under that of soft dorsal, its base 
2.1 in head; caudal rounde<l or slightly emarginate. 

Scales lirm and strongly ctenoid, lateral line complete anil straight, be- 
ginning over opercular spine; toj) of head and an oblong area on nape 
naked; sjtace in front of si)initns dorsal with small embedded scales; oper- 
cle with about 7 rows of scales; cheek with a few anntU embedded scales, 
breast naked, except 2 or 3 ])artially embedded scales on median line; one 
large scale between ventrals; belly naked ajitcriorly, but with aliout 10 
enlarged, stellate scales ]>o8teriorly ; space between ventrals broatl, equal 
to wi<lth of b.isi- tjf ventral; preoperde smooth. 

Color essentially Ihe same as in //. srirniM: mottb-d and \ermicuiated 
with light anil dark brown or blackish, the middle line of ba<k with 
about ii large, roundish, dark, continent areas, each surrounded by a 
wavy, whitish line; middle of side with about 7 large, confluent dark 
s]iotH, the anterior 2 largest and longest, the third small, the fourth large, 
and the remaining 3 progressively smaller; umler parts yellowish white; 
top of head dark: a narrow whitish line around u]>per posterior |iart <>f 
orbit; a broad black line downxVanl from eye: upper part of preoi>ercle 
and nearly whole opercle dark, eai-h dust<-d on lower jiart ; cheek dusted 
with line, dark specks; an irregular |»ale area at anterior end of lateral 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3167 

line; spinous dorsal ashy, tbe first 3 spines black on tbe middle portion, 
tbe other spines dark, but not so distinctly so; tips of last few spines 
dark; soft dorsal liglit brownish or grayish, crossed near the base by a 
series of dark spots and above by 2 series of whitish spots; caudal spotted 
with white and brown; anal white, dusted with brownish; ventrals whit- 
ish, with tine, dark dustings; pectoral whitish, yellowish at base, fol- 
lowed by alternating series of dusky and whitish spots. 

This species is related to H. sciertts, from which it differs chiefly in hav- 
ing the dorsal tins united, in having the maxillary re'acliing beyond front 
of orbit, in the larger scales, the free gill-membranes, and in the smooth 
preoi»errle. 

Only the type known, an example, 3.5 inches long, taken in Aubeenau- 
bee Creek, the eastern inlet of Lake Maxinkuckee, Indiana, about i mile 
from the lake, August 1, 1899. Type No. 49378, U. S. N. M. Coll. Ever- 
mann & Scovell. 

Hadropterus inaxintuckientiis, Ever.manx, Eept. V. S. Fisli Com. 1899 (1900), 36G, with platt-, 
Aubeenaubee Creek, Lake Maxinkuckee, Indiana. 

Page 1084. Before Etlwostoma jessid, insert: 

ETHEOSTO.>I.\ AUBEEXAUBEI, Evermann. 

Head 3.6; depth 5.5; eye 4.5; 8nout4.5; maxillary 3; interorbital 5 : 1). 
X-10; A. II, 7; scales 4-55 to 58-7, 8 to 24 pores. 

Body rather elongate, not much compressed except posteriorly: head 
rather .short; snout short, somewhat decnrved ; mouth moderate, slightly 
oblique, lower jaw included, maxillary reaching front of eye; eye small, 
above axis of body; premaxillaries not protractile; gill-membranes free 
from the isthmus and each other. Fins not large, the dorsals usually dis- 
tinctly, but narrowly separated, sometimes scarcely separate; origin of 
spinous dorsal one-third distance from tip of snout to base of caudal; 
outline of spinous dorsal gently rounded, the longest spine about 3 in 
head; longest dorsal ray about 2; first anal spine longer, and slightly 
stronger than second, 3 to 3.5 in head; longest anal ray about 2; pectoral 
short, about 1.3 in head; ventrals close together, about 2 in head; caudal 
rounded, 1.5 in head. Scales rather small, rough-ctenoid; lateral line 
incomplete, usually developed on only 8 to 24 .scales at anterior end: cheek 
usually naked or with a few small, more or less embedded scales; opercle 
usually about half scaled, sometimes with but few scales; breast always 
naked; belly with ordinary scales; nape usually densely and regularly 
scaled, some scales sometimes embedded; preopercle entire; opercular 
flap moderate, broad; opercular spine rather small: no humeral sjtot or 
])rocess. 

Color in alcohol, greenish brown above; side with aVtout 12 or 13 verti- 
cal, dark blotches, sei)arated by pale orange red areas of similar size; 
another series of similar but smaller orange blotches along lower part of 
side anterior to anal fin; under parts whitish; caudal peduncle grayish; 
head dark above; opercle and cheek dark, with greenish shade; a dark 
line downward from eye; snout grayish; spinous dorsal with a narrow 
dark border, below wbicli is a broad or.inge baud, then a broad but irregu- 



316S liullcdii /-, I 'fiitid Siatis Xa/ioiui/ Museum. 



liir (lark l)aii<l almi;; liaso cf I'm; Hoft dorsal an<l catulal liarre«l with white 
anil j;rayish, \\\v lattt r in HpotH on the rays; anal and ventrals without 
niarkiuf^s; jieitoral somewhat dusky. 

This species is close to K. iow<i\ from whicli it seems to dillVr in the 
almost naked iheek, the less comijlete scalin;; of the opereles, the some- 
what liin;;er maxillary, more oMi(|ne month, eloser aftproximation of the 
dorsal tins, and the coloration. Lake Maxinknekee, Indiana. 

Many examples, each about 2 inches lonn, taken in Aubeenaubee Creek, 
the east inlet of Lake Maxinkuckee, August 4, and on other d.iys in 
August and September, 18i»J(. K. ioii-a- is a common species in the lake, but 
does not o(<'ur in the inlet, nor were we able to lind any specimens of 
K. aiiheeiiaiiln i anywhere except in this small creek. Type No. 4ya7i>, 
r.S.N.M. Coll. Kvermann A: .Scovell. 
Ethfonfoina aiihienaubii. Kvkhmann. Ilept. U. .S. Fish Com. 1899 (l'JOLt>, 367, with plate. 

Aubeenaubee Creek, Lake Maxinkuckee. Indiana. 

Page 1212. Heton- I't-'unioden faxridtnx, Jenyns, insert: 

l.">!>; nil. I'KIONOIIKS It.VMMVIM, Kv.rinann ..v M.irab. 

Head l'..">: depth '^.'1; i-yc I; siioiit 4.G; maxillaiy 2.4; mandible 2; 
•interorbital 7; D. x, 12; A. iii, 7; jjcctoral 1.4; ventr.il 1.3; caudal 1.7; 
scales 4-42-12. 

Body elonj;at<', moderately compressed, not elevated, covered with 
ctenoid scales; dorsal and ventral outlines alike; bead moderate, pointed, 
naked above and below; eye lar;;e. jjreater than lenj^th of snout, hifjli in 
])ositiou; mouth termin.il, sli<;litly oldiijue. the maxillary re.ichin;j middle 
of eye or sonu'wliat beyond; j;ill-rakers short, (5 developed on lower limb; 
teeth small, conical, anil sharp, on vomer and palatines and in several 
series iu each. jaw, with weak canines in front and a few canine-like teeth 
on middle of side of lower jaw; cheek with about 7 rows of scales; jire- 
opercle finely serrate; opercle ending in 3 shar]>, llat spines, the middle 
one largest, a membranous ])ointed llap ))rojecting beyond; tins all naked, 
the dorsal continuous, with a slight emargination, the spines slender and 
pungent, the lirst 4 or ."> graduated, the rest subequal, 3.2 iu head, lower 
than the soft rays which are contained about 2. .5 in he.id: anal tin short, 
the .second spine longest and strongest, .'i.in head, the soft ]>art high, the 
tifth or sixth ray longest, reaching almost to tront of anal, 2 in head; 
ventr.il with second ray jtroiluced, reaching vent; caudal truncate, «)r 
with middlerays verysliglitly slmrter, making themargin slightly concave. 

Color in lile: l>orsal half id" heail and trunk and all of caudal peduncle 
scarlet, veiitral portion jiale blue, almost white; a yellow longitudinal 
baud nearly as wide as pupil from preojH-rcular margin straight across 
operde and abuig body to lateral line under last dorsal rays; 4 i|uadrat6 
or oblong black blotches just under this band, the tirst about under middit 
of sjtinous dorsal, second iinder last sjiines, third under tirst rays, fourth 
under last rays; from ea<b of lli« tirst three of these blotches a square, 
well-delined yellow shade e\ tends downward t>> belly or base of anal, a 
similar one from base of pectoral to ventral; 4 smaller black blotches at 
base of cauibil. two others, Miinewhat larger tli.in the last, \\\nt in front oi 



Jordan and Ever mann. — Fishes of A^orth America. 3169 

theui on caudal peduncle; a row of 9 round black spots on each side at 
base of dorsal tin, the first one smallest, opposite membrane of first spine, 
the other 8 separated somewhat obscurely into pairs, the first jiair under 
middle spines, second under last spines, third under first rays, fourth 
under last rays; 2 or 3 very small black dots on upper edge of caudal 
peduncle; 2 or 3 more in front of dorsal on median line, each accompanied 
by a similar one on either side; in some specimens a few scattering ones 
on top of head behind eyes, sometimes regularly arranged; a few dark- 
brown spots behind eye; various dark markings on side of head, without 
very definite pattern, l>ut usually 2 oblique stripes on cheek, a heavy 
black blotch on interopercle and 2 on the ramns of the mandible, which, 
with their fellows of the other side, make distinct crossbars on lower side 
of head usually extending across maxillary ; chin and lower part of opercle 
with dark spots; lateral line white, with a few broken spots, compara- 
tively faint. Just below it; iris red, with an inner ring of white surround- 
ing the pupil; si)inou8 dorsal pale, the edge of the membrane black, this 
color bordered below with faint yellow; soft dorsal pale, spotted through- 
out with light orange, with a marginal band of the same, outside of which 
is a very narrow pale-l>lue edge; ventral very pale blue, the produced 
ray somewhat yellow; anal pale blue with some light orange on last rays; 
pectoral and caudal uniform pale reddish, unmarked. 

In spirits all the red and yellow markings disappear, the dark persists, 
and additional markings are brought out as follows: Along the anterior 
and upper part of trunk and crossing the lateral line arc dark-brown 
vertical bars, ditluse and running together, or separated and broken into 
round or (|uadrate blotches; in the middle part of the course of the vellow 
longitudinal band appears a row of very small black points; spots on soft 
dorsal dusky; dark mottlings on caudal; upper and lower base of pec- 
toral, and sometimes axil, dusky. 

Puerto Rico. A beautiful and strongly marked species; 2 specimens 
dredged and 33 others, ranging in size from 0.55 to 2 inches, caught in the 
tangle, off Culebra and Vieques islands, from coral bottom, in deptlis of 
15 and 16 fathoms; the type, 2 inches long, taken in the tangle at F\%h 
Hdivk Station (!()!)3, otf Culebra Island, 5.25 miles southwest of Culebritaa 
light-house, February 8, 1899, in 15 fathoms, by the U. S. Kish Commission 
expedition to Puerto Rico. ("Named for Mr. All)ertus II. Paldwin, the 
artist of the V. S. Fish Commission expedition to Puerto Kico, in recogni- 
tion of his excellent drawings and i)aintiugs of American fishes."') 
Piionodes baldivini, Evermann Sc Maksh, Keport U. S. Fi-sli Com. 1899 (December 19, 1899), 
353, off Culebra Island, P. R. (Type, No. 49361, U.S.N.M. Coll. Evermann Jc M.irsh.) 

Page 1229. After Gramma loreto, Poey, insert: 

518 (a). RHEGMA, Gilbert, new genus. 
Rheijma. Gu.bert, new genus of Serranidiu Uhauma.ntoit) . 

Allied, but not closely, to lij/pticiis. Gnimmistes and (iramma. having the 
large, ctenoid scales and interrupted lateral Um- of (iramma and the pecul- 
iar physiognomy, attachment of gill-memhraues, and tin structure of the 

h'j/plii'ilKI . 



317<> Bulletin 4."/, United States National Museum. 



ScaleH of tuoilerate size, tbin, not einht-dded, uiiuut«ly ciliated; lut^-rul 
lines2, tlie iipjter neiirbasi; of dorsal, leasiny under uriji^n of posterior (ifth 
of soft dorsal, tiie lower line bj-f^iniiingsliylitly in front of the end of the 
iijiIht line, runniug along niiddh- of caudal ]ieduncle; the tubes vt-ry short, 
Imuih" (in much sinaller intcnalated hcah-s, and not forming a continuous 
line; heatl largely scaled, the snout and jaws naked; giil-nicnibranes 
unite<l anteriorly, torniiug a nair<»w free fold across the istliinu>t; liranch- 
iostegals 7; |».seudobranclii.c well develojied; a wide slit liehind last 
giil-arcii; gill-rakers short, broadly triangular, strongly toothed. Tpjier 
nnirgin of operde, above its angle, wiudly attach<'d by nienibrauee to the 
shoulder ginlle, as in the liifjilichid . Mouth large, protractile, the lower 
jaw protruding, the maxillary broadly exposed, with a narrow supple- 
mental bone along its upper edge. Teeth all villiform, in broad bands on 
Jaws, voui'-r and jialatines, the inner teeth on jaws slightly lunger than 
the others and dejjresHible. Tongue smooth. Largo niucr»us jiores on under 
side of mandible, and slit-like pores ]iresenf on edge of jjreorbital and 
around front (if eye. Ant -rior nostril near e<lge of jtreorbital, jirovided 
with a short tube; ]iosterior nostril without tube or raised rim, inunedi- 
ately in front of eye; a short free triangular liaji on upper edge of each 
orbit, rpper ]>ortion of preopercle with a single strong jdeetroid sjuue, 
directed backward and downward; bonesof the head otherwise unarmed, 
the ]ireorbital and i)reoi)ercle with entire edges, theopercle without spines 
or ridges, \entrals small and anterior in ])08ition. as in the liyptivinn , 
< onsisting each of one strong si)ine, and live branched rays, their ba.se 
being in fr(Uit ofba.se of pectorals; no enl.irged scale behind base of ven- 
Irals; \trtical tins low, with rounded lobes, their basal ]iortions well 
scaled; dorsal with 7 low strong spines and 2'2 jtrofusely l)ranched rays; 
anal with W spines and IS rays. One si)ecie8. aiipaniitly the tyjie of a <lis- 
tinct subfamily, lllicgiiiatiiin . 

(fji'/yim, frartiire; referring to the intenuiitcd lateral line.) 

Illi:> --A.: ICIIKt.M V I ll\l M \Slt M. iMllxrt, tu-u nju'cW. 

lleadl.': in length; depth !{; eye3inhead; 1». Vn.22: A. Ill, is. Scabs 
4."t in a longitiulinal .series along middle of side. Ilody idougate, moder- 
ately comjiresscd, with very short, <leep, caudal peduncle; anterior j>ro- 
file strongly arched, slightly depresst-d above lubits; interorbital space 
very narrow, c(uivex, it.s width two-thirds diameter t»f orbit. Mouth 
large, slightly oblii|ue; lower jaw the longer, its tip entering the profile. 
Dorsal spines low, strong, increasing backward, the last 8i)ino a trille 
longer than diameter of orbit; anal spines short and strong, the middle 
«pino longest. Lateral line curved strongly upward from its origin t«> 
bidow third dorsal s])iiu-, thence running parallel with the back to below 
mi<ldle of second dors:il. from which ]>oint it gradually ajtproaches the 
base of the dorsal, where it terminates under the lifth ray fnuu the last ; 
along its anterior course it is sejiarated liom basi' of tbusal by from I to t> 
Hcales (in obliiine series); scales minutely ctenoid except on liead, breast, 
and belly, on na]ie under anterior dorsal spines, and on lase of pe<toral: 
top of head s<ab'd torward to interorbital space, the ant<>rior scales here, 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3171 

as well as those ou cheek, much reduced in size, embedded, so that their 

outlines can not 1)6 distinguished. 

The following measurements of the type specimen are given: 

One-luiu- 

Jii.m. dretlis ui 

Total length i<5 lenRtb to 

Length to base of caudal 70 caudal. 

Greatest depth 33 

Least depth caudal peduncle 15^ 

Length of caudal ])eduncle 8 

Distance from tii) of upper jaw to end of opercular Hap 37 

Length of snout (! 

Diameter of eye 7;, 

Intcrorbital width 3J 

Till of snout to end of maxillary 19 

Length of pectoral 27 

Tip of snout to base of upper ])ectoral ray 35 

Tip of snout to base of ventrals 31 

Length of ventrals 13 

First anal spine 3^ 

Second anal spine 6 

Third anal spine 4^ 

First soft anal ray gi 

Longest soft anal ray 15 

First dorsal spine 4 

Last dorsal spine H 

Longest dorsal ray 15 

Caudal 23 

Color, nearly uniform warm brown on head, body, and fins; a dusky 
opercular blotch; soft dorsal, anal and caudal only narrowly margined 
with white. 

One specimen known, from Panama. 

{havt.ux6ioZi wonderful.) 

Hhegma thaiimasiwn, Gilbekt MS., raiiauia (Coll. C. H. (lilbert. Type, N<>. 5978, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mils.) 

Page 1300. After Hcvmulot) scitdderi, Gill, insert the following: 
1667 (a). H.EJIULOX HELEX.E, Boulenger. 

Head 3A; depth 2*; eye 3^ in head; interorbital width 3^. D. XIII. Ki; 
A. Ill, 12; scales 11- 87- 20, 07 pores. 

Profile very nmch arched from snout to origin of dorsal; muzzle not 
reaching beyond lower Jaw, little shorter than eye; mouth little oblicjue; 
maxillary reaching anterior ^ of eye ; teeth very small ; 2 very small pores in 
chin; preopercle very feebly serrate; head scaled, except snout and chin ; 
gill rakers very short, 15 on lower arm of arch; dorsal spines feeble, in- 
creasing to the fourth, which almost equals A length of head, then de- 
creasing to the last, wliich is contained 4i times in head; soft dorsal low, 
covered with scales; i)ectoral lalcil'orm. longer than head, 1-' times ventral; 



8172 liulUtin /7, Unitid Studs National Museum. 



anal sjiines small, iiicreasinK to the third, which is 5 in heail; soft anal 
low and scaly; raiidal almost completely staled, ileeply emarninate, the 
median rays i«'8» than half the <'Xteiiial ones; caudal i»eduncle A times 
longer than deep ; scah-s above lateral line in very <d)li.|ue series. Grayish 
abovi', with oldiqne brown lin.s, soMH-vvhat undnlatinj,'; silvery below. 
Lenj,'tli 2'2 cm. One specimt-n from Hay of .Santa Kh-na, Kciia<lor. ( iJoii- 
liuger.) (Named for the type locality.) 
lliemuloii htliiue, IJof LENOER, UoUfttino di-i Mus. di Zoi.l. t<l Anat. Comp. ilella I'mv. <li 

Toiiuo. Vol. .\tv, Xo. ;W5. 3. Feb. 1.'), 18»9, Bay of St. Elena, Ecuador. (Coil. Dr. 

Knricii FrMta.) 

Page 1334. .Vtter I'dinttdaHts ratnoHun (I'oey ), insert the following: 

l7(Ui (H). I'()SIAI).4SIS L.iBK.itlFURXI-: (Hoiileuger). 

Head .{; depth 3^; eye 4; snout slightly longer than mandible, by \ 
diameter of eye, which is little more than intirorbital width; maxillary 
reaching anterior i of eye; D, XIII, 12; A. Ill, 7; scales X or 9-Gt<-L'i;; 
teeth very small; 2 pores in chin; preopercle strongly serrate, strongest 
at angle; head scale'l. except snout and lijis; gill-rakers 13 on lower arm 
of lirst arch, the longest eriualing I length of gill-lilaments. Dorsal s]»ine 
strong, the fifth longest, 2 in head, from which they decrease to next to 
last, which is H in hea<l, and a little shorter than last; soft dorsal scaled 
at ba.se, its longest rays a little shorter than longest spine: pectoral 1- in 
head, scarcely shorter than veiitrals; secomi anal spine very strong, :U in 
head, third 2 in head; longest anal rays shorter than anal spine; ••aud:il 
l)edunclel«uiger tlian deep; scales arranged in series scarcely oblicjue above 
the lateral line, which hasri4 pores. Color uniform silvery. Length 17 cm. 
Out- s])ecimen known, from the I?ay of St. Kh-na, Ecuador. (Boulenger.) 
(Lalnnx; finma, form.) 
I'lUtiliDina lahraci/oniu; 15uULE.s<iEli, lUiUettino lUi Mus. tli Zool. f<\ Anat. Coinii. il.lla 

fiiiv. ili Torino, Voi. xiv, No. 335. :t, Feb. 1.'., 1890, Bay of Santa Elena. Ecuador. 

(Coll. Dr. Knii<o Festa.) 

Page 1351. .\fter rahmiis proriiUns, Jordan A: (iilbert. insert: 
j;-.M («i. (AI.AHIS KKMIAI.M, Kvennaun Jc Maixii. 
(IM.UMA.) 

Ilead.i.l: d« ptli L'.l : eye :>..">; snoutl..'>; maxillary 2.4 ; interorbital 3..'>; 
preorbital 2.1 ; i>. Ml, IJ; A. Ill, 10; pectoral 1; ventral l.X; caudal l.:>; 
scales 7-.">3-U>. 

Body de«'p, baci; strongly elevated, more so than in C. bajonado, but less 
than in ''. ailumus or C. jnoriilriis, the anterior jtrolile a nearly regular 
curve, lacking the abrujit nuchal elevation of those species; eye large, 
larger than iu I', pnnith hh : 7 or H rows of scales on <lieek; t<'eth about as 
in ('. /)»•()(•»</( HN ; molars iu "J or more rows on sides, those of inner row much 
the largest, those iu front becoming nxue numerous and merging into 
cardiform teotli, the most anterior of which, in e.uh .jaw, are somewhat 
enlarged; in front of upper jaw are 2 much t>nlarged antrorse eauiues, 
curved slighly upward; highest dorsal spine 2 7 in head, second anal 
8|iino l.ti. 



Jordan and Evermayin. — Fishes of North America. 3173 

Color iu si)irits: Silvery, side witli bluish longitudiual lines following 
the rows of scales, plainest above; a pale-blue line bordering the orl)it 
l)elow; some lilue lines on preorbital, not evidently reticulated and not as 
numerous as in C. p^'oridens ; iris yellow; otherwise as in C. proridenH, to 
which this species is very close. 

Puerto Rico; known from the type, a specimen 10.5 inches long, from 
Mayagiiez, .January 20, 189fi, and 2 cotypes, each 8. .5 inches long, one from 
Mayagiiez, the other from Arroyo, all collected by the U. S. Fish Commis- 
sion expedition to Puerto Rico. (Named for Dr. William Converse Ken- 
dall, assistant, U. S. Fish Commission.) 

Calamv.i kendalli Ever.mann ct >Iarsh, Rept. F. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 19, 1899), 'i'>i, 
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. (Type, No 49362, U.S.X.M. Coll. Everr.iann Jc Marsh.) 

Page 1417. For Nebris zestiis, Jordan A: Starks, substitute Xebris occi- 
dentalis, Vaillant. 

The synonymy of this species is as follows : 
Xebiis occidentalism Vaillant, Notes from the Leyden Museum, XX, 20. October, 1807, 

Panama ; alter description by Jordan \-, Eigenmaun. 
Nebris zestns, Jokda.v A: Stakks, in Jordan &. Evermann, Fishes Xorth >S^ Middle 
America, Fart II. 1417, October 3, 1898, Panama. (Type, N'o. 433, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus. 
Coll. Dr. C. H. Gilbert.) 

Page 1439. After BairdiiUa clirij-sohnca (Giiiither ), insert the following : 

1820 (a). BAIRDIELLA MIA( ANTHA (lioulenger). 

Head 3k to 3^; depth 3i to 3i; eye4i^ to -ii, 1 to li in interorbital width. 
D. XI, 21 or 22; A. II, 7 or 8; scales 5 or 6-45 to 43-11 or 12. .")() to 55 
pores. Snout round, scarcely longer than eye; mouth inferior, compressed, 
scarcely obli(iue, with simple sube(]ual teeth, the gape reaching anterior 
i or ^ of eye; 2 very strong spiues at angle of preoperele, the lower 
directed downward; gill-rakers very short, 10 or 11 on lower arm of first 
arch; third dorsal spine longest, 3 to j length of head; pectoral 1} in head; 
first anal spine very small, the second small, 2^ to 3 in head, or 1^ in long- 
est soft ray; caudal acuminate; caudal peduncle a little longer than deep. 
Grayish above, with faint brown stripes following series of scales; silvery 
below. Close to />'. chrjifioleiica, (Jiinther, from which it is sufticieutly dis- 
tinguished by the less development of the .second anal spine, the smaller 
mouth, and the feebler dentition. Length 21 cm. Three specimens known 
from the port of Guayaquil. (Houlenger.) 

Corvina )niacanthus, Boulenger, Bollettino del Mus. di Zool. ed Anat. Comp. della 
Univ. di Torino, Vol. Xiv, Xo. 335, 5, Feb. l.">, 189a poit of Guayaqui . (Coll. Dr. 
Enrico Festa.) 

Page 1526. After Clchlasoma cfiitrarrhits ((iill iV lirausford), insert: 

liC-'S (a). ( ICHLASOMA STEIM)A( HNKIU. Jord.in \ Snyder. 

Head 2A; deptli 3; depth of caudal peduncle 7^; eye 3; iu head; snout 
2^; interorbital space 5; longest dorsal spine 4, ray 2; longest anal spine 
2s, ray2; length of pcetoralsli; ventralslj; caudal li; D. XVI, 10: A. V, 
8; P. 14; scales 20-14, 7 on caudal peduncle. Length of head exceeding its 
depth a distance e(iual to diameter of orbit; body elongate, doepestabove 



3174 Dulktin ^7, United States National Museum. 



ventrals; ciirvf of dorsal outline iuterriipti'd by a sli^jht elevation above 
eve Jiiul a ratht-r rapiil <leHcciit at base of soft iIoihuI: ventral outline lew 
ciirvtil tbaii tbirsal ; intcrorbital siia<<' <-onv<x ; orbit soniewbat t-lonjjate 
laterally, locateil sli^btly nearer tip of snout than to |»i>sterii>r e«l;;e of 
oi)orcle, its lower edge a little above a horizontal from ninntb to iniiblb- 
of oandal pedunele; rb-ft of nioiitb almost horizontal; maxillary, exeejit 
distal end, concealed by preorbit:il: lips tliiik, the lower with a narrow 
frenuin; jaws eipial, the npper moderately protractile; teeth in 2 series, 
on each Jaw, outer series in a single row. large, caniue-like, far apart: 
inner series minnte, in bands; tips of teeth brown-colored; uo teeth on 
vomer or ])alatine8. («ill-mcmbranes forming a fold across the isthmus: 
gill-rakers on lirst arth 10, short and blunt. Hody covered with large 
weakly-ctenoid scales: head with cycloid scales; upper part of head 
anti-rior to miildle of orbit, snout, pieorbital area, and ventral part of 
head, naked; a single row of small scales along bases of dorsal and anal 
tins: small scales on basal part of inter-radial membranes of caudal; lat- 
eral line interrupted at the fourteenth scale, beginning again 3 scales 
low«Tand extending to base of caudal ; first dorsal spine very short, others 
gradually longer to the sixth or seventh, after which the spines are about 
the same length; lifth and sixth dorsal rays longest, about \\ times the 
length of longest spine, depressed tin extending to posterior edge of dark 
caudal spot ; tirst anal spine shortest, oue-lifth as long as fifth spine, third, 
fourth, anil lifth rays buigest; dei)ressed tin extending to anterior edge of 
caudal s]»ot; caudal tin evenly rounded ; pectoral rounded, ixtinding t(» 
a vertical from vent; outer rays of pectoral longest, extending to vent. 
('ol(u- in alcidioi. light <dive, darker above than below; an indistinct, dark 
lateral ban«l exten<liug from snout to caudal; .s or 9 scarcely distinguish- 
able dark vertical baiuls <»n side of body; irregular dark spots at inter- 
«e<-tion of lateral and vertical bands; a small, dark spot at base of caudal; 
siiuill, distinct dark dots on anterior dorsal region of head. 

The total length of the type is (!1 mm. Vouugt-r examples measuring 
about 43 mm. have the body a little deeper an«l the head shorter. The 
vertical color bands on posterior half of bod.v are more distinct on the 
younger individuals. Kio \erde, Mexico. (Jordan A Snyder.) 
ri<-/Wa.«<./;.<i«f.i,i(//(r/i,i.ri,JoHi)A.Ni SsvuER, IJull.l".S. Fisli Colli. IJiW ( 1900), 143, RioVerde 

near Rascon. Mexico. ( T.V|m", No. UKVJ. I.. .S. .Ir. Univ. Miis loll. J.O. Su.mUt.) 

Page 1540. Kefore Tlinaftx, (iiintlM'r, insert the lollowing: 
I'.Msia.. IIKUOs IMI. vM>i. .r.inlan A: Sn.vder. 

Head -■; dejitli L'l ; depth of caudal j)edun<le7; eje 4A in head; snont 
'2i; interorbital sjiace '.ilj-, longest dorsal spine I'?, ray (without lilanu'iit) 
It; longest anal spine 2!, ray (without lilament) 1^; length of jtectoral 
U; ventrals li; caudal 11; D. XVI, 10; A. V. 7; P. 14; scales 2S-1S. 
l5ody elongate, lompressed, deepest above insertion of ventrals; dorsal 
outline rising rapidl.v to origin of dorsal, falling gradually to baae of last 
s])ine, friMii which the descent to the caudal peduncle is more abrupt; 
ventral outline evenly rounded: interorbital space convex; eye large, 
orbit circular. iMjually distant from tip of snout and posterior edge of 



Jordan and Evcrmann . — Fishes of North America. 3175 



opercle; mouth horizontal, lower jaw projecting; lipa thick, the lower 
without frenuni, folding; over the upper at their union; preniaxillary pro- 
tractile; maxillary small, nearly vertical in position, and almost hidden 
by the large preorbital; teeth on both jaws, in 2 series, the outer a single 
row of 24 canines, largest in front, growing smaller posteriorly, the inner 
series villiform; all of the teeth with brown-colored tips; gill-membranes 
free from isthmus; branchiostegals 5; gill-rakers on tirat arch 9, short, 
blunt, far apart. Hody covered with large scales; cheek, opercle, inter- 
operclc, suboperclc, and occipital portion of head with small scales; 
ventral part of head, preorbital area, snout, and anterior part of inter- 
orbital space naked; one row of scales extending on bases of dorsal and 
anal fins; scales of body weakly-ctenoid; scales of head smooth ; lateral 
line interrupted ou the nineteenth transverse row of scales, beginning 
again 3 scales lower down and 2 scales in advance of where it left otf and 
extending to base of caudal; first dorsal spine short and slender, others 
gradually longer and heavier, posterior spine longest; each spine with a 
rather stiff distal, ray-like attachment, the anterior edge of which pro- 
jects above the membrane of fin; tii)s of fourth and fifth rays of dorsal 
uniting to form a thread-like filament about as long as the diameter of 
orbit; dorsal, when deitressed, extending on caudal (me-third its length; 
first anal spine shortest, others growing gradually longer and heavier, 
the last 2^ times as long as the first; spines with distal attachments simi- 
lar to those of dorsal, third and fourth rays longest, united at their tijjs, 
forming a slender filament; tip of anal extending a little farther posteri- 
orly than that of dorsal; caudal rounded; tip of pectoral rounded; ven- 
trals located slightly posterior to base of pectoral, extending to vent, 
outer ray longest, ending in a filament. Color dark, an oblong brownish- 
black spot at base of each scale on side of body, the spots growing less 
distinct above the pectoral; membranes of dorsal, anal, and caudal with 
small spots, these more distinct and regularly arranged on soft parts of 
dorsal and anal; pectoral and veutrals without spots. 

Young individuals have a brownish-black spot at base of caudal and on 
side of body at tip of pectoral; a less distinct spot at upper edge of gill- 
opeuing and also below posterior end of base of dorsal. The darker of 
these spots are sometimes faintly indicated on the larger individuals. 
Morelos, Mexico. (.Ionian iV Snyder.) 

Known only from Rio Ixtla at Pueute de Ixtla, Morelos. Mexico. (Type, 
No. 61.50, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus. Coll. Jordan A: .Snyder.) 

llerox Mlanvs, Ji)l!DAN & Snvdkii, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (UM»0).144, Rio Ixtla, 
Morelos, Mexico. 

Page 1542. After Xectropliis )i'naragiiensis, Gill ».V Bransfurd. insert: 

l!).-.l (111. NEKTKOPI-l'S ( AUIMMIS, Jordan Ji. Suyilei . 

lleail 2,'i ; depth 2; depth of caudal peduncle 6; eye 5 in head; snout 2! ; 
interorbital space 2:^; longest dorsal spine 2\; ray IJ; longest anal sjiine 
2, ray 11; length of pectoral l-^; ventrals li ; caudal 1,',; D. XVI, 10; A. 
V, 8; P. 1"); scales 2(3-17.7 on caudal pedunele. Body compressed, deep- 
est part above ventrals; dorsal outline straight from tip of snout to a 



yi70 liiilU'tin ^7, I .'nitid States National Museum. 



]K)iiit .ihuvc jiiitirior tMlj,'e ot" orliit, wlien- it is uhruptly curved upward 
ami liaikward to tin- (trijiiu of dorr-al liii; t'nmi the latter point it gradu- 
ally ciirvfs downward to base of tii>t dorsal ray, fioin wliicb tin- dewi-nt 
to caudal p«;diiinl<' in abrupt ; ventral outline evenly furved from snout 
to caudal ]teduucle ; interorbital sjiace convex, its middle i)ortiun llattened : 
orbit circular, nearer to jiosterior ed<ie of openle than to tij> of sncuit, a 
«listance eipial to diameter of pupil; mouth obli(iue, lower jaw slinhtly 
j)rojectiu;;; lips thick; lower jaw with a frenum equal in widtii to \ 
diaim-tcr of jiuidl; upj/er jaw ]irotractile; maxillary covered by preorbi- 
tal except at its distal end; teeth in 2 series on each jaw, the outer series 
in a sin^^le row, llat or incisor-like, larger in front, jrrowinti mu<h stnnlh-r 
jiosteriorly, the inner series niinutt", iu narrow biuids, all the teeth loosely 
atta<lie<l, their tips brown-colored; no teeth on vomer or jialatines: gill- 
membranes forming a fold across the isthmus; gill-rakers on first arch 10, 
short, far apart. Hody covered with large, weakly-ctenoid scales; che«'k. 
oi»crcle, and occipital portion of head with small, ocloid scales; lower 
jaw, snout, and anterior halfofinterorbit.il space naked; bases of dorsal 
and anal (ins with a row of small scales; iuter-radial membranes of caudal 
with very small scales on basal parts; lateral line interrupted on the 
nineteenth transverse row of scales, beginning again 3 scales lower down 
on tlie third row anterior to where it left off, and extending to base t>f 
caudal; 2 short rowB of mucous tubes on inter-radial caudal scales, one 
above and the other below eml of lateral line; lirst dorsal spiue shortest, 
otliers gradually longer and heavier, each sjdnc with a ray-like att.ich- 
mcnt juojccting above and i)ostcrior to its tiji; lirst anal spine shortest, 
others gradually longer and heavier, the fourth three times as long as the 
first; spines with distal atta<hment8 similar to those of the dorsal, third 
and f«Mirth rays longest, extending posteriorly as far as those of the «lor- 
sal ; jtosterior edge of caudal somewhat convex; pectoral rounded; ven- 
trals pointed, the outer ray much the longest, extending a little beyond 
vent. Color in alcohol, light slate; scales with lighter central s]iot8; i>os- 
terior parts of dorsal, anal, and caudal lighter; in life the head was cov- 
ered with round and elongate spots of greenish blui* on a background of 
golden brown; side of body with bluish and brownish spots without 
regularity of arrangement; pectoral ;ind distal ]>art of soft dorsal with 
a yellowish tinge. 

]u the young of this species there are ."» or t> <lark vertical bands, about 
c((ual in width to diameter of orbit, on the jtosterior part of the body; a 
dark spot sometimes present just below lateral lino on a vertical through 
base of eleventh dorsal spine. 

This spi'cies ditbrs fr(uu .V. )iimalii])iis and .V. iiiiinayiieiixiit in having a 
much deeper body and fewer dorsal and anal spines, l.aguna del Carpinte, 
Mexico. (.Ionian \ Snyder.) 

One specimen (type, No.Ctliil.', L. .S. .Ir. Univ. Mus.) from l.aguna «lel 
Carpinte, near Tamitico, Tamauliitas, Mexico, collected by .1. (>. Snyder. 

yfflro],lu» riiii>iiit>». .louiiAN \ Snyoeii. KiiII. t' S. Kisli Cotii isiiu (UMH)). 14A. Laguna 
del Carpinte. near Tampico, Mexico. 

Page 1557. luipDuntcintnit lUivilnlit*^ i(iilli. is the \oung of Kuponiarett' 
IriiM fcflit'miinn 1 < Jill K 



Jordan and Evcrniann. — Fishes of A^orth America. 3177 



Page 1612. Be-l'oie A.(/r///((, Jordan, insert: 

202-2 (a.» I»ORATO>OTL'S I>K( ORIS, Kveiniiinn \ Marsh. 

Head 2.6; depth 3.4; eye 4; suoiit 3.5; maxillary 4; iuterorbital 4.6; 
D. IX, 10; A. Ill, 9; pectoral 1.6; ventral 2.2; caudal 1.6; scales 1-26-6. 
Body moderately elongate, compressed throughout; the back a little 
elevated, the caudal peduncle deep and rather long; dorsal and ventral 
outlines nearly alike, the dorsal somewhat more strongly arched; anterior 
]iro(il(' not trenchant, almost straight from snout to front of dorsal, very 
slightly convex in front of dorsal and very slightly concave between eye 
and tip of snout; head pointed, interorbital space broad and flat; eye 
large, high in position, middle of pupil nearer tip of snout than end of 
opercle; snout long, somewhat longer than diameter of eye, moderately 
produced, the lips broad in front, characteristically labroid; mouth not 
large, the maxillary not reaching front of orbit, the jaws eciual, armed 
with strong, sharp teeth, about 4 canines in front of upper jaw, 2 in front 
of lower; teeth on sides of jaws also canine-like, smaller than those in 
front, but not distinctly different from them; a few smaller teeth behind 
the main row of large ones; vomer and palatines toothless; soft dorsal 
and anal each with a basal sheath of about two rows of large scales, that 
of dorsal extending over half the fin or more, that of anal lower, the fins 
otherwise naked; dorsal fin continuous, w^ith a shallow notch, the spines 
slender and pungent, the second longer than the first, the following ones 
graduated to the fifth, which is shortest, thence increasing in length to 
th(^ ninth, which is longest, 2.3 in head; soft dorsal with its middle rays 
highest, 2.2 in head; anal with three slender, sharp, graduatetl spines, the 
third longest, 2.2 in head ; the soft part similar to soft dorsal, longest rays 
2.3 in head; pectoral large, symnuitrical, of 11 rays, the middle ones 
longest, reaching past ti]> of ventral nearly to vent; ventral moderate, 
pointed, reaching half-way to vent; caudal rounded; scales large, cycloid 
the lateral line on second row below the dorsal interrupted near the end 
of dorsal and beginning again on the row below, on caudal peduncle. 

Color in life: Body chiefiy green, darker green on back, lighter below; 
lower parts of head and breast light yellow; a broad white bar from eye 
obliquely across cheek and opercle, bordered above by an undulating 
maroon line and ))elow by a similar but fainter line; a brown bar from 
eye to snovit; 4 dusky spots near base of dorsal extending as fainter 
shades downward and sliglitly forward to or beyond lateral line, 1 from in 
front of dorsal, 2 under 8i)inous ilorsal, and 1 under soft rays; short pale- 
blue bars or spots m\ breast and about pectoral ; iris blue, a i)inkish border 
surrounding pupil; dorsal greenish, the soft part with yellow shade, a 
pale-bluo edging to the whole fin, a maroon border to the green color i»os- 
teriorlyjust inside the pale-blue edge, a small dark spot on membrane 
between seventh and eighth rays and a blue spot on membrane of first 
spine; anal colored like soft dorsal, the maroon border extending from 
first spine to last ray inside the i)ale edging, the dark spot between sixth 
and seventh rays; ventral green near base, pale blue outwardly, the green 
color bordered by maroon spots; pectoral plain, pale green; caudal very 
pale transi)arent blue, a wedge-shaped maroon spot on the 2 upper rays 



'611s LiulUtin 4."^ United Stales National Museum. 



iifiir tip .111*1 a <orrrM|mii(Uii^ one on the - lower rayh, the biise of the 
svcil^f oil outer ra}*: hasu of caiiilal with a pal<- iiixlulate vertical bar 
lioriiereil in front by a black line. In spiritH. pule ^recn, the maroon 
markings faintly persiHti-nt, bcconiing dusky. 

Puerto kico; known only from the type, l.l.'t inches long, t.iken in the 
Heine at I'once. January 30, 18iH», by the I'nited St.itc^ I'ish C'oniuiissiou 
expedition to I'nerto ]{ico. {<lecorin, beautiful.) 

Ih.ratiiiiutiig dfcnri*. Evkkmann \ MAHriii. Kfj.t f.S. Fi»li i'om. lauo <!)*<•. 19. IhlPlt). 
3,'.:., MayagUez, P. R. (Type, Nn. 4US6:t, I'.S.X.M. (Hll. Evcnnauii A Mantli ) 

Page 1720. A specimen of Ahitita monoverox i< »8beok ) has recently been 
recorded by l>r. H. M. .*^mitli from Woods Hole, in Bull. I'. S. Fish Com. 
is«t8 (1SU9). 2T;{, jd. iM. 

Page 1733. Tetrodon nc/>/(e/H«, CJoode A Bean, is a good species distinct 

friiin /. HjtetKjIiri, Bloch, and should stanil as 

■JI47 (a,. SIMIKKOIUKS NEIMIKLIS Kiixxl. A Btao). 
Page 1968. I'o the synonymy of I'runldea (jracilia (Heckel), adil: 
Cntttm 'jracili* ecfitwin. Mef.k, Ann. .\. Y. Af. Sii., iv, 1886. 315 Cayuga Lake. N. Y. 

Page 2017. The recent studies of the tide-poid Cottoiils of the Cali- 
fornia coast by Mr. .Vrthur W. (Jreele.v have resulted in the discovery of 
some new species and genera and other additional information regarding 
this group of lishes. The following new species and genera ar<- to be 
add.d: 

•2:|S4 (ai. BI.KXJilCOTTrs KK( AI.VIS. On eUy. 

llea«l;{ii; eye IJ in head; snout 3; D. IX, 15 or Hi; A. 11 or 1-'; I". 11. 
Body short, stout, broad anteriorly; the hea«l very broad, short and blunt; 
sliout obtu.se; interorbital space 5/0 eye, grooved, the groove leading into 
a depressed space behind the eyes; mouth distinctly t<-rminal, the maxil- 
lary reaching a vertical below the anterior «-dge of orbit, the lower jaw 
included : niiunte conical teeth on Jaws, vomer, and jial.itines; nasal .spines 
Very small; no preojiercular spine apparent in adults; edge of preoperde 
rounded; opt-rcle ending in a rounded llaji; branchiostegals six, the mem- 
branes broadly united, free from the isthmus; gills :u, a slit behind the 
last gill. Dorsal tins very long, slightly JoiiumI at the base, origin of lirst 
ilor>al directly over tip of ojienle, that of soft dorsal in advance of origin 
of anal; tirst <lorsal slightly rounded, the middle ray the longest; pecto- 
ral reaching origin <»f anal, membranes of lirst seven rays deejily emargi 
nate; ventrals reaching vent ; anal papilla of male very large; anal low. 
the membranes of all the rays except the last three deeply emarginate, 
none of the rays enlarged in th«<nnile; caudal short, slightly rounded. 

Cirri few and small, those of top of head joined at baH<> in conspicuous 
biincheH, two irregular oceipitai rows, a few below these on the siile of 
head, and on the margins of ]irenpercle and operde; a few above origin 
of ]ie< toral, a!id a weak row along the anterior third of the lateral line. 

Color of body, light lirown, vermiciilated with white, .'ind markeil dor- 
■<ally with t or 5 wudge-shape<l spots ol dark brown, «'dged with white. 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3179 



and more distinct posteriorly; 2 pinkish spots on the dorsal side ol" the 
caudal i)eduucle, and a faint shading of the same color on side of head 
and alonj;' anterior fourth of lattsral line; entire under surface dull brown, 
tinged with olive; lins indistinctly barred with grayish white; tail faintly 
tinged with pink. In some specimens the color is an almost uniform dull 
browu while in others the light nuukings are inominent. Some young 
individuals from among the green algae are uniform light green. 

The bluntness of the snout and preopercular spines, and the terminal 
mouth make this species easily distinguishable from all related forms, 
except B. tjlobiceps, from which it is separated by the shape and size of its 
preopercular and nasal spines, the number of its cirri, 12, and the size of 
its mouth. The adults of these 2 species can be readily distinguished, but 
the young of B. recalvus is very similar to the young of />'. t/lohiccjjs, indi- 
cating that I>. globiceps is probably the ancestral form. Girard's old descri])- 
tiou of Olujocottiiti fjlohkepH lias been erroneously associated with this lish, 
which does not extend so far north as the type locality of />'. f/Johicejjs. B. 
recalcns is distributed from .San Diego to Santa Cruz, where it is immedi- 
ately succeeded by />'. globiceps on the north. No specimens of B. recalvus 
have been tajieu north of the region of Santa Cruz. On the other hand, 
several specimens of />'. f/lobiceps have been collected on the coast of Mon- 
terey County south of Monterey Bay, therefore within the range of B. 
recalvus. The relations between the two species where their ranges over- 
lap is still to be made* out. B. reealvns is quite common throughout its 
range and everywhere inhabits the deep shaded tide-pools, near low water 
mark, where a large number will often be found in a single pool. (Greeley.) 
{recalvux, bald in front.) 

Centridirinichtliys globiceps, GOnther, Cat., ii, 171, 18<)0; not of Giraril. 

OUgocottus globiceps, Jokda.v & Gii.bekt, Syuopsis, 718, 1883. 

Blennicottiis globiceps, Jordan Sc Starks, Proc. Cal. Ac. Sci. 1895,808; Jordan & Ever- 
mann, Fishes of North and MitUlle America, n, 2017, 1898; not OUgocottus globicept 
Giraril. 

Jilcnniciittus recalvus, Greelev, I5u11. tJ. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 13, 1899), 9, fig. 1, 
Pacific Grove, Cal. (Type, No. 60G8, L. S. Jr. Uuiv. Mns. Coll. Greeley \ Cowles.) 

746 (a). RUSCICULUS, Greeley. 

Jt'xiscicidu.1, Greelev, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 13, 1899), 13 (WmcnjwVv 

This genus is allied to Oxiiroltioi, differing in the presence of minute 
prickly scales, which cover dorsal half of body. I'reopercular spine sim- 
ple, sharp. No slit Itehiud the last gill, (rnscum, the butcher's broom, a 
rough-skinned plant.) 

•_'3S4 (a). Ill S( 1( rU S KIME.XSIS, Greeley. 

ileatl 3*; eye i in head; snout 3* in head; D. IX-17 or 18; A. 14; P. 14; 
V. 1, 3. Body compressed, very slentler. the caudal peduncle especially 
so; head compressed, Hat; snout i>ointed; interorbital space I eye, 
grooved; top of head Hat and slightly concave; nasal spines large, 
blunt, snout abruptly decurved below them. Dorsal half of body cov- 
ered with minute, embedded, prickly scales partially arranged in obscure 
Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 X 



3180 I i idle tin //, United States National Museum. 



4itilii|iif nivvh. none 1h-!o\v luti'ial line. Minute poiuted teetb on jaws, 
votiier, ami ])iilatiiiiH: Juwh Hiilie(|iial, iiiotith bnri/orital, tli<- tiiaxillary 
rearliiiiK a vt-rtical below the auterior oilyr of jiupil. Margin of pn-- 
<)p«'r< Ir armed with one sharp Hjiim' curved upward, below which are 1 
and sometimes 2 very sliort blnnt proeesses ; margin of opercle endio;: 
dorsally in a pointed flap. l(rani'liiuMt<-^alN *i, the membranes broadly 
united, free Irom tlie isthmus; no slit behind the last gill. Dorsal lins 
nut Joined, the soft dorsal very large; first dorsal beginning slightly in 
advance of opercular llap, the upper edge much rounded, the fifth hpine 
being longest; origin of soft dorsal just in front of origin of the anal 
in the female, directly above it in the male, the tin very long; pectoral 
large, reaching a vertical below ninth ray of soft dorsal; origin of ven- 
trals jiosterior to a point midway between anal and base of pectoral in the 
male, anterior to it in the female, the <litlcrence caused by the enlarge- 
ment <if lirst 'J anal rays in the male; anal tin small, the rays slender, 
the membranes of all <leeply emarginate; the tirst '1 anal ra\s of male 
greatly enlarged, joined by membrane to each other and to the rest of 
the fin; the posterior e<lge of tail nearly straight; anal papilla incon- 
spicuoiis. Cirri small and scarce, always occurring singly, never in 
bunches or joined at the base, with the exception of a few pairs along the 
anterior third of the lateral line; one above each orbit, 2 rows of 3 each 
behind these on top of head, 1 cirrus on the inside of each nasal spine; a 
cirrus on the end of maxillary, 2 or 3 on the margin «»f the jireopercle 
below the ])reopercular spine, and a row along the anterior half of the 
lateral line. Color, light olive or reddish iuowu tinged with laventler, 
niarketl doisally with I or 5 wedge-shaped, indented spots of black, a 
broken band of same c(dor along the lateral line, sometimes sending 
branches below it which show a tentleucy to inclose round spots; a more 
or less distinct spot of black on to]> of the head: a faint ]>ostocular line, a 
spot below the eye, and a preopercular line running from eye to snout, all 
<if same color; ])ectoral and caudal indistinctly barred with brown, anal 
tinged with it, and the dorsal covered with tine brown or black spots 
sometimes very faint; throat and belly pale yidlowish white, unspotted. 
Ibis s](i-cies is most closely ielate«l to Osycoiiun emhriiinn, with which it 
agrees in general cidoration. but diflers decideilly in tin- i>re>ence of scales, 
the slcndi-rcr body, the larger number of soft dorsal ami anal rays, the 
serrated margin of the pr<-o|>ercle, an<l the arrangement of the cirri. 
Kale; only 2 other s]ieciniens from I'oint Lolios. ( aliforniu, are known 
to 11^. It inhabits the tide-jiools lined with corallines, and in its colora- 
tion imitates very closely these alga-. Length 40 nun. The smallest «>f 
our tide-pool hahes. ((ireeley.) {rimus, a crevice; rimi-ii$i», living in 
crevices.) 

Ilutrieuluii rimniti; Greki.KV. Bull. I'. S. Fiitli Cum. I89Q (IK-c. 13, ItWOi. 13, fin. 3. 
Point Lobos, Monterey County. C«l. (TyiM', No. 0067. L. S. Jr. I'idv. Mu«. <'oll. 
A. W. (Irf^-lty.i 

746 (bl. DIALARCHIIS, (Jreeley. 

rHatarrhim, liliKKI.F.V. Hull. t'. S. Kloli ('mil \tW) (!>«><'. i:i. IS99). U (tntiilfriU 

Preopercular spine forked at tip; scnlea none; lirst anal ray of male 
enlarged, jidiied to the second, the two widely Reparate<l from the rest of 



Jordan and Evo maun. — Fishes of A^orth Amc7'ica. 81S1 



the fiu. Closely allied to Oligocoltua, differing only in the character of the 
•anal rays of Iho male. 

(diaXod, divided; a/a^oj, anus. ) 

2384 (b). DIALARCHLS SXYDEBI, riree'.ey. 

Head 3^; eye li in head; snout 3i : D. VIII-IS or 19; A. 13 to l."i; ]'. 13 
to 1.5; V. 1, 3. Body elongate, slender, the snout 2)oiuted, compressed; 
minute conical teeth on jaws, vomer, and front of jialatiues; jaws equal; 
mouth horizontal, the nuixillary 3 in head, reaching a vertical lielow ante- 
rior edge of i)ui)i]. Iiiterorliital space ^ eye, shallowly grooved, the 
groove leading into a depressed space between the occipital ridges; nasal 
spines large. Margin of preoi)ercle armed with a strong spine, ^ as long 
38 eye, from the upper border of which at base extends a second spine 
pointing abruptly upward and inward; both spines covered with skin in 
life; margin of ojjcrcle ending in a pointed Ua^) entirely uuaimed. Bran- 
■chiostegals G, the membranes broadly united, free' from the isthnnis. 
Gills 3i, a slit beliind the last gill. Dorsal lius large, separated by i 
diameter of eye, whole length e(iualiug that from caudal to base of 
pectoral; lirst dorsal beginning slightly in a<lvance of margin of opercle, 
upper edge nearly straight, curving abruptly downward from the sixth 
spine; origin of soft dorsal in advance of anal; pectoral large, reaching 
well beyond the origin of the anal; ventrals almost midway between 
base of pectoral and anal ; anal fin small, rays all feeble in the female, in 
the male the iirst ray only greatly enlarged, 'Joined to the second, the 2 
distinctly separated from the rest of the fin, the membranes of all except 
the last 3 or -t rays deeply eniijrginate. Anal pa2)illa small, present in 
the male only. Cirri very numerous, usually <>(•( lining in bunches of 3 
or -1, those of head joined at the base, forming a coml); 2 pairs of Imuches 
above orbits, with the rudiments of a third launch in front of these, 3 on 
top of head, behind orbits, 2 or 3 bunches just below these on side of 
head, 2 or 3 single cirri on margin of preo'percle, a thick bunch above the 
prcopcrctilar spines, 4 or 5 on lower margin of opercle, with a thick bunch 
on its ujiper margin; a short row above the l)ase of the pectoral; a row 
of bunched cirri along anterior two-thirds of lateral line, another well- 
delined row along the dorsal fin from the third spine to the sixteenth or 
sevcnteeuth ray of soft dorsal, this row containing a bunch at the base of 
«ach spine and ray, with the occasiiuuil exception of the first ray; ."> or 6 
scattered bunches l>etween the dorsal and lateral rows on each side of 
body; a cirrus at the tip of each dorsal spine. 

Color, lighl nddish brown, sometimes almost pink, thickly spotted with 
fine indistinct white spots; 4 or 5 irregular dark brown spots along the 
base of dorsal, a band of same color along lateral line, sonieliuies very 
much broken and extending ventrally, shading into the imiform reddish 
brown below, and including 3 or 4 round pinkish spots; a dark brown 
post-ocular line, another running forward from the eye, a i»atch of same 
color on top of head, another on si<le of head, and 2 or 3 on edge of 
opercle; throat reddish brown with several distinct white >pot8; belly 
bluish green; a silvery white patch between the b.ascs of the pecttnals; 
<lorsal fins ]iah' reddish brown with black and clear spots; jiectoral 



3182 Bulletin 4j. I ^niied States National Museum. 



croHHO'l irrojjiilarly with whitr; anal liii jiah^ i»iuk, rrossed with «lark 
brown. Tlien; nri' 2 or '.\ juTfi-ctly distiiiet types of ooh^ratioii, a« follows : 
Some siu'tinuMiM from jiools cuntaiiiinf^ gre<-ti aljja- arc i»iir«' li;:hi jfn-en, 
oth«-rs from coralliin- i)o{)l»an' tiii^^cd witli lavfiider, aH /«'. tmhrijinn. This 
sjtecies resomliles most closely <). inaciiloHiin, which iiamo has liecii «-rro- 
neonsly applictl to it, but it dillerH markedly in its sU'ndenT body, more 
puiuted Huout, tin; arrangement of th«; cirri, and the perfectly distinct 
coloration, also in the greater length of the dorsal fins, the enlargement 
of only one anal ray in the male, and the shortness of the maxillary. Coast 
of California. 

Specimens arc at hand from Crescent City, Cal., liidinas Hay, IFalf Moon 
I?ay, Monterey Hay, and San Luis Obispo, Cal. Found in all kinds of 
jiools, from San Francisco to Monterey Bay. but nowhere comnjon. JA-ngth 
GO uun. The most beautiful and active of the tiile-juxd I'.shes. extremely 
variable in color. (fJreeiey. ) 
('rntridrnnielitlij/t: maculosut, (U'.NTllKli, Cat., U, 171, 1800; uot (fUijocottu* viaciilotu*. 

Glrard. 
OUijocotittt macttloitut. JoHDAS A: GILBERT, Synopsis, 718. 1883; Jokhas &. Evkrmaxx, 

FisbcHof North and Miildlc America, u. 2013, !898. 
Olujoeolttit xnyde >■{,('• UEEl.KY, in Jordan &. Kvcnnann, FishcH of North and Middle Atnericji, 

ni, 2871, IS'.tH. Pacific Grove, Cal. (Tyiii-, No. 584C. L. S. Jr. I'niv. ilus. Coll. 

Greeley &. Maddron.) 
JUalarchumnii/deri, Gkeicley, Hull. I'. S. Fish Com. 1899, 15, Ug. 4. 

946 (c) EXIMIA, Greeley. 

Kxiiniii, Grteley, Kull. U. S. Fiah Com. 1899 (Deo. 13, 1899), 18 {ruheUio). 

Allied to (Huiocottux, but diflering in the presence of a large three- 
pointed preopercular spine instead of the simple forked spine of (H'ujovot- 
tiix. Skin smooth. A slit behind the last gill. 

2!JS4 (r). KXniU Kl HKI.I.IO, t.r.-.l.\. 

Head 2';; eye 3J in head; snout 3^; D. VII or Vlll-b'i or Ifi; A. 12 or 
13; r. 13 or II; V. 1, 3. liody conipresseil, snout jtointed and compressed, 
head deep, occiput narrow, slightly concave; interorbital spa«-e narniw, 
A the large eye, shallowly grooved. Nasal spim-s prominent, very large 
and pointed. Teeth small, pointed on Jaws, vomer au<l jialatines; jaws 
e(|ual, mouth horizontal, maxillary 3 in head, reaching a vertical below 
anterior edg<^ of jiupil. .Margin of jireoiierde armed with'a very strong 
spine as long as eye, extending backward and downward, bearing on its 
upper surfaie a second and third spine, both jjoiuting back ami up; all 
the BiiincH covered with skin in life; operclo ending in a roiinded liap. 
Hrani hiostegals t», not united to the isthmus; gills 3^, a slit behind tlie 
last gill. Anal papilla inconspicuous. Dorsal tins not Joined ; first dorsal 
beginning in advance of margin of opercle, first 2 spines sh«)rt, the 
upper nuirgin slightly rounded ; soft «lorsal begintiing in advance of origin 
of anal, all the rays and spines very slender, jiectoral reaching w»>ll 
beyond the origin of the anal; anal fin small, the rays slender, the nicni- 
braiieseinarginate between each 2 rays; in the males the first ray enlarged, 
the secoiul slightly elongated, tb<' 2 united ami not separated from the rest. 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3183 



of the fill, as in I>ialarclii(8 snyderi; ventrals situated below tlie upjier 
edf^e of the base of the i>c"ctoral, just reachin;L; the anus. Cirri all distiuct, 
ii(!ver joined at the base in a comb as in Hiahtrchiis snijderi; 3 pairs of 

2 or 3 cirri each above the orbits, the first directly above the nasal spines, 

3 pairs on top of head behind orbits, a few scattered cirri below these on 
side of head, a bunch of 2 or 3 on end of maxillary, a row on lower margin 
of preopercle, a large bunch above the preojiercular spines, and several 
scattered cirri on margin of opercle; a row of bunched cirri along the 
anterior half of lateral line, a row along the base of the dorsal, iuclnding 
a bunch of 3 or 4 for each spine and ray, the row benching downward at 
the last spine of the first dorsal, leaving a space between the cirri and the 
base of the dorsal spines; a few scattereil cirri between the dorsal and 
lateral lows, and below the lateral line behind the pectoral fin. Color 
light brown to all shades of light red, pink, or lavender, spotted every- 
where with white, the spots extremely minute on dorsal half of body, but 
more cousiiicuous ventrally ; 5 wedge-shaped spots of dark brown along 
dorsal side of body; head dark brown, sometimes blotched with red or 
green, becoming lighter on side, leaving a diirk postocular line extending 
from eye to tlu^ jireopcrcuhir spine, and a dark spot on lower margin of 
]ireopercle, everywhere very finely marked with white and blue; a white 
spot with a brown center just in front of first dorsal; throat and belly a 
very light, bluish green, shading into a faint yellow behind i>cctoral, and 
a brownish green on each side of anal; all the fins, excepting the ven- 
trals, light brownish green barred with dark brown ; caudal light reddish 
brown, anal and tip of pectoral tinged with pinkish. A young individual 
is lighter and more brilliantly colored. This species is most closely allied 
to Dlalarchus sntideri, from which it difl'ers in the presence of a third pre- 
opercular spine, the greater depth and comparative length of the head, 
the larger eye and nasal spines, and the arrangement of the cirri. Many 
other specimens taken at Monterey Bay, l)ut it is not recorded from any 
other locality. The most brilliantly cnlored of the tide-pool fishes, inhab- 
iting only the deep pools rich in plant life, {nibellio, a rosy one.) 
Eximia rubcUiu, Gheelev, Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 13, 1899), 18, fig. 5, Pacific 

Grove. Cal. (Type, Xo. G(i6G, L. S.-Jr. Univ. Miis. Coll. Greeley & Maddrcn.) 

Page 2027. (iiJhertina, Jordan A Starks, is jireocenpied in Lepidojitera. 
For its use in ichthyology Dr. Berg has substituted Gilbertidia. 

Oilbcrtidia 15erh, Com. del Jliiseo Nac. de Buenos Aires, 1898 (Doo. 17, 1898), 43 (siijohites). 

Page 2207. Ai'ter Sicydiiim viiicoifc, .Jordan iV Kveniiauu, insert: 
•2.->:n (b). SICYDUM ("AOriT.E, Evormaiiii \ Marsh. 

Head J. 4; depth l.S; eye 5.7."); snout 2..">; maxillary 2; mantlibl.> 2.75; 
iiiterorbital width 3; preorbital 3.5; D, VI-I, 10; A. 1, i»; scales ^3-25; 
longest <lorsal 8i)ine 1.5 in head, longest ray 2; longest anal spine 2 in 
ht-ad. longest ray 2; i)ectoral 1.1; ventral disk 1.75; caudal 1. 

Body r.ither stout, heavy forward; head large, broad; mouth large, its 
width 1.5 in head; lips very thick; maxillary not greatly jtroduced; teeth 
simple, flexible; a median cleft in upper lip; i>ectoral soiin what sliorter 



3184 Ihillitifi fj. United States National Museum. 

tlmii Ixail ; durHnl HpiiHs withdiit liliinu-ntH, tUu loiifreHt nl>uiit 1.5 in depth 
of ImkIv ; Mpace hotwiM-u dorsals aliont ••<nial to orliit : hoft rays of (lorsal 
and anal «<arii'ly reachin;; haso <*t' caudal ; veiitrals imitetl, forming a ruji- 
bliap<*l disk, only alioiit two-fifths i)ostti ior edge fnc from belly; caudal 
ruundrd. S<'aleH very small, iteiioid, densely covering entire boily except 
a limail strip on belly; post«>rioi ]iiirtii>n of nap«' with very line scale**; 
entire head Dake<l. 

Color: I)ark brown or olivaceous on head, side, and back; under parts 
)ial*>; fins all pale, the anal with a narrow darkish margin ; caudal some- 
what dark ; n<) dark v«'rtical bars on liody and none at base of pectoral ; no 
H-8h!ii)eil ligure at base of <audal. 

This species is clos«< to .S. j>htiiiirri, fmni wiiich it differs chietly in the 
color, the .'iioro complete atiuamatiou, the shorter ]>cctoral, and the iion- 
tilamentons character of the dorsal spines. 

I'uerto Itico. .V single KiMcinnn, I^.fiS inches lon^r. obtained in tlie Hio de 
Cagiiitas at Caguas, .January !», 18ii!», by the l'. S. Fish Commission expedi- 
tion to I'uerto Rico. (Named for the Rio de Caguitas, fmm which the type 
was obtainetl.) 

Siciidiiim caijuitir. EVER.MAXX &. Marsii, liipt. l'. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. U>, 1899), 3M, 
Rio de Caguitas, Caguas, P. R. (Tyi«-, N". 49:;04, I'.S.N.M. Coll. Evenuaiiii i. 
MarHli.) 

Page 2230. Aftir dohius oientnciix. Pallas, insert: 

•-•.•..".s 111,. (;(nMIS HVYAMOXEXSIS. Ev.rmnnn .t Marsli. 

lleail l.S; depth t>. I ; eyi- ."> ; snout H. 2; maxillary 1.8; mandible 1.9; inter- 
orbital 7.<!; preorbital 1. ti; scales 71-10, about 2!' before «lorsal ; I». I\'-U. 
the longest sj)ine about 0.7 in head, th<' longest ray 1.5; A. 15, the longest 
ray !..">; i>cctoral 1.1; ventrals 1.1; caudal very long and pointed. Hotly 
very long andsh-nder; headlong; caudal pednnclclong; mouth very large, 
obli<[Uc; maxillary long, reaching i)ast posterior border of orbit. 

Color as in <1. oceanicHH, which this species closely resembles. The smaller 
(71 instead of »!3 to (55 1, almost cycloiil scales, the hmger head, larger 
mouth, longer maxillary, and the longer and more slender body are ditiVr- 
enci's wliich W(> can not rectuicile with the de8crii>tions of that species or 
with the numerous specimens of it which w.- have from I'uerto Rico. 

I'uerto IJico. Known only from the type, a specimen !• inches long, ob- 
taincd in the San .luan marki-t .lanuary 11, ISO'.t, by the l'. .s. Fish C«un- 
mission exi>«'dition to I'uerto K'ico. It i>robably <-anu« from near the mouth 
of the Hayamon River at Palo .^cco, for which stream the spej-ies was 
named. 

(f'»bii>.« iKiijdiiKiiifiiii'. KvKUMANN \ Maiism, Kopt. f. ."s. Finli Com. imK) (IKt. 19, Itft*). 
:t5.'«, Mouth of Bayamon River, Palo Seco, P. R. (Ty|M». No. 49365, U.S.N.M.; roll. 
Evorniiinii \ MiirKJi.t 

Page 2218. To tiie synonymy of liobiim tioportttor iuU\ the following: 
Uobiii$ itrumlfUi. Caii.MAN. I'mc. N. E. ZimiI. CIiiU. I . K). «I iidk 0. 1890, Clipperton Uland. 
(Type In M. C. Z.i 



Jordan and Evennann. — Fishes of North America. 3185 

Page 2240. Before, Aboma, Jordan & Starks, insert: 

2570 (a). BOLL.MAXNIA BOQI'EROXENSIS, Evermann & Marsh. 

Head 1; depth 5.5; eye 3.5; snout 4.4; maxilliiry 2.2; mandible 2.5; 
iiiterorliital width 3 in eye; preorbital 6; scales 27-8; U. VII-13, the 
longest spine 1.5 in head, the longest ray 1.2; A. 12, the longest ray 1.25 
in head; pectoral 1 ; ventralsl.l; caudal 0.4. 

Body long, slender, tapering; head short; snout Idunt; mouth large, 
ol)li(iue; jaws subequal, maxillary reaching posterior border of pupil; 
isthmus narrow, the gill-openings reaching forward to below preopercle; 
eyes large, high, close together, the interorbital very narrow and without 
median keel; no fleshy i)rocess on inner edge of shoulder girdle; teeth ou 
iaws in narrow bands, those of outer series somewhat enlarged; operclo 
short, about 3 in head. Fins moderate; origin of spinous dorsal slightly 
behind base of jiectoral, its spines 7 in number, not filamentou.s; inter- 
space between dorsals less than diameter of eye; soft rays of dorsal ami 
anal reaching, when depressed, l>eyond base of caudal ; caudal long and 
pointed, as in (lobius (>ce((nictis ; pectoral pointed, reaching beyond origin 
of anal; ventral disk moderate, free from belly, the longest rays barely 
reaching origin of anal. Scales very large, weakly ctenoid; nape, cheek, 
and breast scaled, the scales somewhat smaller than on body, about 9 
scales before the dorsal. 

Color: Pale olivaceous or straw-color, back and upper part of head with 
profuse tine dark punctulations; under parts pale, breast somewhat 
dusky; dorsal tins barred with white and dark, a large jet-black ocellus 
on posterior part of spinous doi'sal ; other fins pale, the ventral disk some- 
what dusky in front. The only known Atlantic member of the genus. 

Length 2 to 3 inches. Puerto Rico. Known (Uily from 5 specimens 
dredged by the IT. S. Fish Commission expedition to Puerto Rico, off 
Puerto Real, in Ensenada del Boqueron, .January 2.">, 1899. (Named for the 
type locality.) 

Jiollinaitiiia boijUfionennis, Evkkmann \- :MAiisH, Kept. U. S. Fisb Com. 1899 (Deo. 1% 
1899), :!.">(), Ensenada del Boqueron, off Puerto Real, iu 8.5 fathoms, at Fish Hawk 
station G074. (Type, No. 49366, U.S.N.M. Coll. Evermann \- :Marsli.) 

Page 2245. Before Microfjohins ihalax><inHfi, .Jordan A: (Jilbert, insert: 

■2.J7.) (a). MIt'ROOOBlt.S MKKKI, Evermann .V Marsh. 

Head 3.75; depth 6; eye 3.5; snout 5.5; interorl)ital 7; preorbital 7; 
maxilliiry2; nuindible 1.5; scales 55-12; D. vii-17; A. 16. 

Body slender, greatly compressed, tapering regularly from pectorals to 
caudal ; head moderately heavy, interorbital space very narrow; eye large, 
high; mouth large, oblique; maxillary reaching posterior border of orbit; 
lower jaw projecting; teeth in bands iu each jaw, the outer series greatly 
enlarged and strongly recurved, those of lower jaw largest; isthmua 
rather narrow, the gill-opeuings continue forward. 

Body densely scaled, the scales strongly ctenoid, those anteriorly some- 
what reduced; nape, breast, and entire head naked. Origin of spinous 



81sr» lUilUtin /7, Unittd States National Museum. 

<l<»rs:il lioiii snout 3.r> ill leuKth; dorsalH very clone together; spines uf (irKt 
<lorhal tilimiirntons, excoediiif; liead in len>;th; Holt dorsal and anal long, 
lb<-ir liases aliont t;i|nal, aliout 2.."> in body, tbcir last rays n-acliin;: past 
base uf caudal wIumi <lcj)res.sfd ; <audal )>ointed, its luugest rays about 
«>|nal to bead; ]i<-('toral about eiiual to bead, reacbin;; origin of anal; 
ventrals united, almost reacbing origin uf anal. 

Color: Ligbt olivaceiMis, dusti'd over uniformly witb Hue dark i>umtu- 
latious ; a large dark sboulder npot bet we«-u tbe base of pectoral and origin 
of spinous dorsal; a fi-w indistinct dark areas on sidf oi bea»l ; lowor jaw- 
dark at tip: an obscuro dark blotcb at base of caudal ; (ins all ratbi-r ]>a!e 
except ventrals, wbicb arc dark, jx-rbaps bliiisb in life; caudal somewhat 
dusky; anal ilark-edged. Lengtb 1..") incbcs. 

'i'bis species seems relati-d to M. iiilrpix, Eigentnann A: Kigenmann, 
described from Fortress Monroe, Va.. but dilbrs in tbe snialier and strongly 
ctenoid scales, greatly coinjiressed body, and in tbe coloration. 

Puerto Kii'o; known only from tbe type, 1.5 inches long, dredged by tbe 
U. S. Fish Commission evpuditiou to Puerto Kico, February 8, 189Jt. 
(Named for Dr. Setb Kugene Meek, assistant curator of zoology, Field 
Columbian Museum.; 

Mlcroijohint vireki. EveI{M.\NX \ Mahsh. Kept. 1'. S. Fi»li Com. 1899 (Dec. 19. 18y9». ,3.'.6, 
In-twi'fii Vieques and Culebra islands at Fish Hawk »tati<*n 6087. in 1.5.25 fatlioniB. 
(Tyj).-, No. 4'.t307, T.S.X.M Coll. Kviriiiaiin A MarHli.) 

Page 2350. .Vfler r.nniiineclea curmindliH (.Jordan A; Gilbert >, insert: 
868 (b|. GILLIAS, Kvermann &. Marsh. 

litllias, KvKK.MANN .V Maksii, I{«-i>t. V. .S. Fi»h Com. 1899 (Dt-c. 19, 1899), 357 (jonlani). 

Body short .uid stout, tapering rajiidly from the short, broad bead to 
tbe short, compressed caudal peduncle; scales large, rough-ctenoid; 
lateral line complete, or nearly so, broken under last spines of middle 
dorsal; a broad, double-]iointed tentacle above eye; tlorsal tin divided 
into 'J parts, tbe lirst of :{ short spines, the second of 11 longer spines, and 
the third of 7 rays. 

This genus is closely related to Huiieaneclrn, Jordan A Kvermann, from 
wbicb it flilVers in tlie presence of th<' orbital tentacle, the more complete 
development of tiie lateral line, and tbe larger sciles. 

(N'amc.l tor I>r. Tlieo.lorr C.W].) 

■->)ls; ili>. (.11.1.1 Vs .toi:i>VM. I'.M iiii.iDii A Mnr»li. 

iload:t..'i; depth i.'A; eye 'J.o; snout ;<..">; iMaxiilary 'J I ; mandible l.V; 
scales l.'-3(»-7; 1». iii-xil-7; .\. Il, l.">; longest dorsal sjiine 1.8 in b»'a«l, 
longest ray l.t!; longest anal rayL'.IJ; jiectoral (t.S; ventral 1.3; caudal 1.3. 

Hody short ami st<iut, tajiering rapidly to tho short, compressed caudal 
peduncle; bead short: snout short; blunt, concave in trout of eyes; 
mouth small, slightly obliijue, jaws ei|Uitl ; eye large, high up, interorbital 
width very narrow; a broad liilid orbital tentacle, none on nape. Scales 
very large an<l nMigh-ctenoid ; opercles,and entire head rough; lateral 
line nearly complete, beginning immediately above base of )iectoral at 
upper end of gill-opeMing and extending jiarallel with back to posterior 



Jordan and Evennann. — Fishes of North America. 3187 

part of middle dorsal fin (or for 12 scales) wbei-e there is a break, the line 
<lropi)iiig down 3 scales, then continuing with one or two interruptions to 
base of caudal; lielly and breast scaled; dorsals 3, the first of 3 short, 
Hexible spines, close to the second, which has 12 longer, rather stiffer, 
spines, separated from the third by a space oue-third diameter of eye; 
anal long and low, the membranes deeply notched between the rays; 
pectoral of 15 rays, broad and short, reaching posterior end of second 
dorsal ; ventral 2, slender. 

Color in alcohol: IJrown, body crossed by 4 iMoad blackish bars, one at 
the origin of second dorsal, one under last spines of same fin, the third 
between second and third dorsiils, and the fourth under third dorsal; an 
inky-black bar across caudal peduncle at base of caudal fm; head and 
under jiarts rusty; lins all barred with light ami dark; caudal with a 
narrow light bar at l)!ise, then a black one, then a broader white one, 
followed by a much broader dark bar containing some white areas, the 
lin finally tipped with white. Puerto Rico, Two specimens of this well- 
marked and interesting species were obtained by the U. S. Fish Commission 
exi)edition to Puerto Rico, the type 1..5 inches long (Xo. 49368, U.S.X.M.), 
taken on the Cardoua Light-House Reef, at I'once, February 1, 1899, and 
another specimen of about the same size taken at the same place the 
preceding day. 

(Named for Dr. David Starr Jordan.) 

Oillias jordani, Evekmann & Marsh, Kept. V. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 10, 1899), 357, 
Cordona Light-House Reef, Ponce, P. R. (coll. Evermann & Marsli.) 

Page 2357. After Malacoctoiiix Ingubris (Poey), insert: 

2(i«« (a). HIALACOCTEXl'S Cl'LEBU.E, Eveiinaini &l MarsIi. 

Head 3.35; depth 5; eye 4.2; snout 4.5; maxillary 2.2; mandible 1.8; 
interorbital 6.5; scales 2-35-11 ; D. xxi, 8; A. ii, 18; pectoral 1.3; ventral 
1.3; caudal 1.4. 

Body slender, compressed; head rather long, pointed, upper profile con- 
vex ; mouth large, the maxillary nearly reaching posterior border of orbit; 
lips thick, jaws equal; teeth very small, conical, a single row in each 
jaw; a single nasal, ocular, and nuchal filament; dorsal tin moderately 
high, originating above the origin of lateral line, a shallow notch in 
front of last two dorsal spines, the membrane free from caudal; anal 
origin under about tenth dorsal spine; caudal somewhat pointed; i)ec- 
toral large, reaching anal; ventrals moderate, not reaching anus, of two 
rays, no spine evident; lateral line distinct throughout, running high 
anteriorly, where it is slightly curved, turning abruptly downward over 
the origin of anal, thence median to base of caudal. 

Color in spirits: Body everywhere mottled with dark brown, in some- 
what regularly arranged blotches, a series of about nine of these at the 
base of dorsal, barely extending upon the fin; a similar series of much 
smaller ones at base of anal, not evident on all specimens: below the 
series at base of dorsal are two other series of the same blotches less deeji 
in color and not so well ddined. extending the length of body and some- 
times fMniiiiig, witli tlie upper scries, more or less l)roken vertical bars; 



3188 Bulletin ^7, United States National Museum. 



I»ftwt'»n till- blotr-licH a ligbtiT Hliiule of brown jh intt-rwoven with pale 
Htn-nks uf f^roiiiid color: lieiul ixarly pah* below, gave Home dark on chin 
and idthinus; two wide Ntroakii from eye across cheek; operrle dark 
brown; top of head with tin- cob»r of Itody; lips with brown and jiale 
stripes; ]>osterior half of maxillary pale; dorsal rather dark; <aiidal 
uniform ^^ra^- or faintly barred; anal similar to dorsal in rolor; the rays 
with pale tips foraiiug a white edge; pectoral like caudal; ventraU ])ale. 
Li-njith about 1.5 inches. 

A plainly marked species most closely related to .1/. Imjiibrin fPoey ). 
I'uerto Itico; only 3 specimens known, all from the coral reefs about 
C'ulebra Island, February It, lK9i». 

(Named for the tyjie locality.) 
Malaeiictrniu cul bnv. Kvek.MAN.V \ Maiuiu. Kept. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 19, 1899). 
:i57. Culebra Island. (Type, No. 4<j:tri!t, U. S. N. M. Coll. Erertnaiiii A: Manth.) 

Page 2358. .\fttr Mdlaiodeiuix 'jiUii (Steiudachner), inx-rt: 
•.•(197 Mil. MAI.VrOCTKM S MOOHKi. Everniaiin \ Marhli. 

Head .'3.t'>; depth 3.7; eye 3.5; snout 3.4; maxillary 4.5; mandible 4.5; 
iuterorbital 4; scales 3-4.5-5. I). x\ii, 11; A. II. 20; pectoral 1 in head; 
ventral 1.2; caudal 1.2; louj^est dorsal spine 1.5, ray 1.2; longest anal 
ray 1.5. 

Hody short, rather stout, compressed; head short, snout short, but 
pointed; mouth rather small, little obliiiue, the gape scarcely reaching 
orbit; teeth in each jaw in asiugle series; gill membranes broadly united 
across the isthmus; eye small, iuterorbital sjiaco wide; dorsal outline 
rising abruptly to above eye, thence gently curve(\ to origin of dorsal liii. 
and from there nearly straight to base of laudal tin; ventral outline ngu- 
larly convex. 

Color in alcohol: Light (divaceous. the body crossed by about 9 or 10 
broail dark vertical bars, which •■xtend ujion dorsal fin. these nsu:tlly 
broadest above, the pale interspaces therefore broadest ou lower half of 
body; the fourth from last is a narrow dark line, the one following it is a 
double spot, the next narrow and indistinct, the last, at base of caudal, 
more distinct, followed by 3 small irregular white spots; top of head 
brown; sideoflicad with line punctulations; a dark lino running forward 
from eye, a dark spot btdow eyi*. 2 or 3 dark blotches on ant^-rior edge of 
oj»ercle; under surface of head crossed bj* 3 or 1 irregular, imlistinct dark 
lines; caudal and anal witli tine dusky pum tnlations; pectoral and \en- 
trals ]iale. 

This species is close to M. ijillti, fr<Mu which it may be distinguished by 
the larger dorsal and anal tins, the greater depth, wider iuterorbital, ami 
the cohiratiou. 

I'uerto Kico; known only from the type, l.l inches long, (ditained by 
the V. S. Fish Commission ox])editi(Mi to Tuerto Kico, February 11, 1W>;». 

(Named for Dr. II. 1". Moore, uatpralist on the \' . S. Fish Commission 
steamer .iUxtlroaa.) 

Malaciicl^nut iiioorri, Kvehma.n.s iV MaUsH. lU'pt. l'. S. Fi»l> Cum. 1890 (l>cr. 19. 18991, 
3:.H, Culebra Island. <TyiH«, No. 49:i70, I'.S.X.M. Coll Kvominnn ic Manth.) 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3189 

Page 2358. After Malacoctenus bimaculattts (Steindaclnier), insert: 
•26»7 (It), MALACOOTEM'S Pl'ERTORICENSIS, Evermann & Marsh. 

Head 3.4; depth 3.1; eye 4; snout 3.5; maxillary 3.4; mandible 2.6; in- 
terorbltal 7; preorbital 8; scales 4-44-8. D. xx, 10; A. ii, 19; P. 14; V. 
2; C. 13. 

Body short, stout, compressed ; head rather long, snout long and 
pointed; mouth small, little obliiiue, the maxillary scarcely reaching 
front of orbit; teeth in a single row in each jaw; gill-membranes broadly 
united, free from the isthmus; eyes high up, iuterorbital narrow; caudal 
peduncle short, compressed, its least depth about 3 in head. Fins rather 
large; origin of dorsal over upper end of gilI-o]iening, first spine slightly 
shorter than second, which is somewhat longer than the third, whose 
length is about 2.2 in head; no notch behind third and fourth spines, all 
the spines from third to lifteenth being about etjual in length, the sixteenth 
and seventeenth being somewhat shorter, the remaining three progres- 
sively longer; soft dorsal higher, its longest ray about 1.7 in head; long- 
est anal ray 1.7; pectoral broad, 1.25 in head, reaching anal; ventral 
barely reaching origin of anal ; a pair of slender ocular cirri, a small su- 
praocular one, a short, slender, nasal cirrus and a few very slender ones 
at the nape; scales large, not crowded anteriorly ; lateral line well arched 
above the jtectoral. 

Color in alcohol: Brown, much spotted and vermiculated with darker; 
top of head brown, sides and under parts pale, crossed by about 5 broad, 
irregular brown bars; side of body with about 5 or 6 broad, dark cross- 
bars, broader than the paler interspaces, broadest and darkest above and 
extending upon dorsal fin; under parts of body paler, more speckled; 
spinous dorsal with numerous small brown specks, a large, black ocellus 
on base of 3 anterior spines, and a larger one on base of last 4 dorsal 
spines, being chielly on body; soft dorsal, caudal, and anal each crossed 
by several series of small brown spots; pectoral and ventrals pale, the 
pectoral with a few brown spots at base. 

The above description from the type, a fenuile, 2.5 inches long, obtained 
at Hucares, February 14. Three female cotypes gotten at Fajardo, Feb- 
ruary 17, and one at Culebra, February 9, agree closely with the type; 2 
of these, however, show faint traces of narrow horizontal lines alou"- 
lower part of side. 

A male, 2.5 inches long, from Culebra, February 11, taken as one of the 
cotypes, may be described as follows: Head 3. 5; depth 3.7; eye 3.8; snout 
3.2; maxillary 3.1; mandible 2.4; iuterorbital 7; preorbital 6.2; scales 
3-45-9; D. xx, 10; A. ii, 19; P. 14; V.2; C. 13; longest dorsal spine 2 in 
head, longest ray 1.4; longest anal ray 1.5; pectoral 1; ventral 1.1; caudal 
1.1. Color in alcohol, tolerably uniform brown; crossbars on side verv 
faint; longitudinal lines more evident than in the female; throat and 
under ]>art8 of head mottled with white and light brown; (ins less 
speckled than in female, the soft dorsal and anal pale, almost without 
spots. 

Another male, 2.25 inches long, from Culebra, February 11, agrees with 



3190 Bulletin ^7, United States National Museum. 



the lar;,'e Hiu'cim.ii Just tlestrilieil, t-xcept that the crossbars on liody are 
iiion^ distiurt. 

This Hpecies most th).si'lv ivsenihles 3/. bimaciilatUH Steindachiier, iVoiii 
whi<h it (liners ii» the liir-er hea<l, greater depth, Miiallt-r mouth, iiai- 
r.>\ver iiiteri)rl»it:il, .-ind in the cohir. 'Ihe tips <jf the :m:il ravs an- imt 
white, the soft dorsal is spotted like the eaiidal anil anal, and there are 
no white spots on base of i)ectoral, as is said to be the ease i 1 M. 
biiiniciilatiiH. 

Puerto Hieo; known from the 7 specimens meutioueil above, a.l ob- 
tained by the r. S. Fish Commission expedition to I'uerto Kico. 
Malaciictenun piierlorieeiiti*. Kvermanx \ Marsh. Rt-pt. r. S. Fi»U fotu. 1899 (Pec. 19 
1899), 358. Hucares, P. R. (Type. Xo. 49371, U.S.X.M. Coll. Evenuaun \- Mar»h.) 

Page 2369. i'.cforf Auchenoplerus, (Jtinther, insert: 

878(a). AUCHENISTIUS, Kveriiiaiin A Mar.-h. 

Auehmittius, Evekmann i Marsh, Kept. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (Dec. 19, 1899). 359 i»tahli). 

This genns has the form of Jnchenopterux and snggests that genus 
strongly. It ditlers in the ab.senee of a lateral line, in the much smaller 
scales, in the absence of a notch at the front of the dorsal fin, and in the 
union of the membrane of the anal tin with that of the caudal. 

(avxif) nape; idr/or, sail or lin.) 

2711 (a). ArniEXISTIlS STAIILI. Kv. Tm.iun .v Marsli. 

Head.'; <lei)th 6..'); eye 1.8: snout 6; maxillary 2.8; scales about .">8, 
about 12 in transverse series; D. xi.i or xlii ; A. 11. 2:? or 24 : pectoral 2.5; 
ventral 2.2; caudal 1.3. 

IJody elongate, somewhat com]>ressed, especially po8teri»»rly, the d<ir>al 
and ventral outlines alike; head small, upper profile straight and desiend- 
iiig; snout moderate, jioiuted; mouth large, th'" maxillary reaching to or 
beyond middle of eye; the jaws eipial, heavy and projecting; teeth in 
lower jaw conical, short and strong, slightly recurved, in one row; teeth 
in upper jaw similar to those in lower, but a small i>atch of smaller teeth 
in front of jaw behind the main row; teeth on voujer; gill-membrane> 
joined to the isthmus; nostrils with short tubes, a single llap ai)ove each 
eye and one on each side of nape; dorsal fin long, of spines only; last 
four spines some \'-hat bmgcr than the pre<eding, forming a shallow notch, 
a feature la<-king in the other examples; anal «»rigin about midway 
between tip of snout ami tip of caiul;il, the fin similar to dorsal in shape, 
but somewhat lower; iHcmbrane i>f dorsal and anal joined to caudal; 
caudal small, pointeil; jicctoral small, of 8 rays; ventral small, of 2 ra\s. 

Color in sjiirits; Body everywhere with a very slight yellowish tin;;e, 
in some specimens a faded gray; one specimen has traces of 10 or 12 dark 
crossbars; fins all pale, in «Hie case with the clorsal and anal dark ed;;e«l. 
I'uerto Kico; known from the type, a specimen 1.2 inches long, obtained 
by the U. S. Fish Commission «'Xi>edition to I'uerto Kico, February 1. \f<*X>, 
at Ponce, and 13 cotypes, 8 from the coral and alga- on the reefs at the 
month of Culebra h.irbor, an«l .'> from Puerto l.'eal. 



Jordafi a?id Everman7i. — Fishes of North Afnerica. 3191 

("Named for Dr. A. Stalil, of Bayauion, Puerto Rico, who, under mauy 
difficulties put in his waj' l>y Spanish authorities, inadi' important col- 
lections of natural history objects of that island.") 

Aiichenistmi! stahli, Evermann &. Marsh, Rept. TJ. S. I'ish Com. 1899 (Dec. 19, 1899), 359, 
Ponce, P. R. (Type, No. 49372, U.S.X.M. Coll. Evernianu & Marsh.) 

Page 2373, Px-fore J iiclienoptevits fascmtus ( Steindaclier), insert: 
•2717 (a). AICIIENOPTFUUS ALBICAUDUS, Evermauu & Marsli. 

Head 3.2; deptli 4; eye 1; snout 4.1; maxillary 2.2; mandible l.O; iuter- 
orbital 5.3; D. XXX, 1; A. II, 17; pectoral 1.4; ventral 1.."; caudal l.O; 
brauchiostegals 6; scales 1-34-6. 

Body rather sliort, compresstHl; dorsal outline not elevated; head mode- 
rate, not broad; snout short, pointed; mouth large, oltliijue, maxillary 
extending to below middle of eye; lips broad, prominent; a band of conical 
teeth on each jaw, those on side somewhat enlarged and recurved; a patch of 
teethon vomer, none on palatines; gill-membranes broadly united, free from 
isthmus; eye large, high up; nasal, supraocular, and nuchal regions with 
fringed tuft-like cirri; a considerable notch between fourth and fifth 
dorsal spines, but not reaching base of membrane; longest anterior spine 
scarcely as long as those of the posterior portion; scales large, reduced 
anteriorly; lateral line anteriorly separated from the dorsal fin by only 
one scale; head naked. 

Color: Uniform dark brown on head and body, no dark crossbars; dorsal 
brown, mottled with lighter, narrowly edged with white; a black spot 
upon anterior 3 or 4 spines and a large black ocellus upon posterior portion 
of tin between twenty-second and twenty-fourth spines; anal rather 
darker, with narrow white edge; caudal peduncle black, the fin abruptly 
white at base, the entire fin being clear white, entirely without specks; 
pectoral black at base, then barred Avith white and dark; ventral black 
at base, the outer two-thirds barred with black and white. 

This species seems to be related to the Pacitic-coast species, Jncheii- 
optirns integripinnis, which it closely resembles, but dillers from tliat 
species in the larger scales, the deeper body, and the coloration. 

Puerto Rico; known only from the type, a specimen 1..5 inches long, 
obtained by the U. S. Fish Commission expedition to Puerto Rico, February 
4, 1899. 

(albus, white; Cauda, tail.) 

Aiiehenoptenis albicmidtcs, Evermanx & Marsh. Kejit. F. S. Fi.<ili Com. 1899 (Dee. 19, 1899), 
3G0, Arroyo, P. R. (Type, No. 49373, U.S.N.M Coll. Evermann >i;^ Marsh.) 

'2717 (b). AUCHEXOPTEllUS RUBESCEXS, Evermann & Marsh. 

Head 3 4; depth y; eye 5; snout 3.8; maxillary 2.6; interorbital 5.S; 
scales 2-32-8 ; D. XXX, 1; A. II, 18; pectoral 1.5; ventral 2; caudal 1.4. 

Body slender and compressed; head moderate, somewhat compressed 
above; snout pointed; mouth moderate, the jaws equal, the maxillary 
about reaching front of jjupil; lips, especially the upper, i)rominent; teeth 
small, conical and sharp, in both jaws, in a numerous ])atch on front of 



:',\'.*'J IhiUetin ^Y^ United States National Museum. 

upper jaw, fewer on siileg; in lower jaw It-s^ nuiiienniH in front, a lonfj 
Hin;;l<' row «»f HoiiM'what stronf;;er teeth on Hideti; eye not largo; a Hmall 
naaal llap. and a '^- or l-branched tentarle over eye and one at nape; sc-aleH 
rather largo and regularly arranged; dorHal fin with a notrh liehind third 
Mpine, and with one nnl>rainhe<l Holt ray at its end, the nienibraue Joineil 
to caudal; origin of anal under elevtnth dorsal spine ; lat^-ral line as iiisnal 
in AurhetiopteniH. 

Color in spirits: Everywhere a nearly nuiforin faded i)ink, save breast 
and lower side td'head, which are jtaler; a small, inconspicuons dark r'juml 
«l»ot on dorsal (in, at twenty-third and twenty-fourth spines, ii little 
iii-arer base than margin, and made up of very small Idack pum-tnlations; 
indications of a yellow tinge on front of «lorsal and base of :inal in life; 
liuH otherwise all pale. 

I'lierto Kico; kn<»wn only from the type, a specimen 1.3 inches long, 
obtained by the I'uited States I'ish Commission ex]»edition to Puerto liico 
January 27, IWJ. {rubesceiis, reddening. ) 

AtichenopUntt ruhfterut, EvERUAN.v & Marsh, Kept. I'. S. Fiiih Cora. 1899 (Dec. 19, ]8(W|, 
:tOO, Puerto Real, P. R. (Type, No. 49374, T.S.X.M. Coll. Evt mianu &. Mamb.) 

•j;i; (I-.. AKHENOPTERIS (IXaLATl'S, Kvemiaun & Mamli. 

Head 3; depth 1. 1; eyeS; snout 4.2; maxillary 2.2; interorbital (>; scales 
2-2H-7; 1>. IV-XXIV, the longest npines 3 in head; A. 11. 16, the longest 
ray 2.2,5 in head; pectoral 1.3; ventral 1.8; caudal 1.(5. Hody rather long 
and slender, strongl.v compressed; head large, little compre.ssed; snout 
moderately sh:irp ; mouth large, maxillary reaching posterior border of eye, 
tho lips heavy, the jaws subeipial or the lower very slightly projecting; 
teeth conical and sharp, in more than one row in each jaw, most numerous 
in front; a ]fat<'li on vomer; a nasal filament, a 3- or 1-brauched su]iraoc- 
ular ti'utacle, and a 1-braniheil nuchal tentacle, the branches of the latt^-r 
each with a <lark dot on their anterior surface. Dorsal originating over 
edge of ])reo))ercle, of spines only, the second slightly longer than first; 
second, third, and fourth graduated, the fourth ii)nii)aratively short, thus 
forming a notch partly separating the lirst I sjiines from rest of fin; 
dorsal membrane joined low with <-audal; anal free from caudal, about as 
high as dorsal, its thirteenth an<l fourteenth rays longest; lirst anal spine 
under tenth or eleventh dorsal spine; caudal rounded, shorter than head, 
of .ilxiut 13 rays; |>e<'toral large, reatliing anal, of 12 rays; ventrals 
moderate, of 2 rays, the sjnne not evident. Lateral line running high to 
elev«'nth dorsal spine, here abruptly decurved two rows of scales, thence 
median to base of catnlal. 

Color in spirits : Hody ami head |>ale yellow; body with I heavy ilaik- 
brown vertical bars, eacli about l rows of scales wide, extending on the 
vertic.-il fins; membrane of anterior dorsal spines, operde, occipital, and 
srajinlar region blotched with the sami> eidor; a dark bar backward and 
downward from eye across «heok, rather more than one-half width of eye; 
top of head between and behind eyes darkeneil; preorbital, maxillary, 
li]is, and under ])art of head thickly piiix-tulate with dark; dorsal and 
anal barred with the e\tensi<uis of the wide dark bodv bars, ami with the 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3193 

dlternatiug narrower pale interspaces; caudal mottled or irregularly barred 
with grayish, its base with thf plain i)ah'-yellow ground color, which is 
sharply separated from th(! rest of the liii by a 'curved dark line; posterior 
half of pectoral barred with dark formed of dots on the rays, the first bar 
plainest; basal half of ])ectoral pale; ventral with basal portion dark, 
the rest barred like pectoral. 

A pretty and strongly marked Idenny, known only from Pnerto Rico, 
where 4 specimens were obtained on the coral reefs at Ponce and 1 at 
Puerto Real by the U. S. Fish Commission exjiadition to Pnerto Rico. 

{cingulatiis, banded, from the conspicuous vertical bars.) 

Auchenopterus eingrdatus, Evermanx it Marsh, Kept. U. S. Fish Com. 1809 (Dec. 19, 1890), 
361, Ponce, P. R. (T3pe. No. 49375, 1'.S.N.M. Coll. Evermann <k Marsh.) 

2717 (<1), AK IIEXOPTERl'S FA.I.4RD0, Evermann .t Marsh. 

Head 3.25; depth 4.8; eye 4.2; snout 4.8; maxillary 1.7; mandible 1..3; 
interorbital 5.5; scales 2-37-8; B. XXIX, 1, the longest spine 2.3 in head ; 
A. II, 17; pectoral 1.4; ventral 1.7; caudal 1.4. Body elongate, strongly 
compressed ]io8teriorly ; head moderate, little compressed; mouth large, 
the long an<l slender maxillary reaching beyond the posterior border of 
orbit; Jaws sul>e(inal; teeth of upper Jaw conical and sharp, in a patch in 
front, becoming one row posteriorly; teeth in lower Jaw similar, but fewer 
and weaker; vomerine teeth in two series. Nasal, ocular, and nuchal 
tentacles jirescnt, all but the nasal about J-branched. Dorsal origin over 
edge of preopercle, the first 4 spines graduated, the fourth shortest, thus 
forming a notch; dorsal ending with an unbranched soft ray, tlie joints 
visible under a strong lens; membrane of dorsal Joined low to caudal; 
anal origin under eleventh dorsal spine and the decurvcd portion of lateral 
line; pectoral reaching past front of anal; ventral moderate, of 3 rays, 
the innermost shorter and slenderer. 

Color in spirits: Body and head light reddish, becoming a little paler 
posteriorly; body with traces of 6 or 8 dark vertical bars extending on 
the tins, their margins ill delined; breast pale, 2 dark reddish bars down- 
ward and backward from eye across upper and lower edge of cheek to 
opercle; maxillary blotched with dark; ui)per lip and tips of both Jaws 
dark; lower part of head spotted with dark; a row of about 5 small dark 
spots on edge of preopercle ; iris pink ; dorsal and anal tins gray, except for 
the extensions of the dark bars of the body and a few white spots on tue 
dorsal; a distinct ocellus on the twenty-second, tweuty-thii'd. and twenty- 
fourth dorsal spines and their membranes; base of caudal gray, like the 
ground color of dorsal and anal; posterior jiart of caudal with gray n\ot- 
tlings on the rays only, this i)ortion separated from the basal part by a 
space without pigment on rays or membrane, making a distinct vertical 
bar; pectoral and ventrals mottled. Puerto Rico. 

A handsomely colored blenny, known only from the type, l.(>3 inches 
long, collected rebruary 17, 1801', by the the U. S. Fish Commission expe- 
dition to Puerto Rico. (Named for the type locality.) 

Anchcnoptcnis fnjaido, Evermann it Marsh, Ivcpt.r. S. Fi.sh Com. 1.S99 (Deo. 19, 1S99), 
361, Fajardo, P. R. (Tjiie, No. 49370, I'.S.N.M. Coll. EviTuiiuiu i Marsh.) 



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Page 2400. IW-fnic (tpliinhlenniiiH, (iill, insert: 

893 (a). CORALLIOZETUS, Kv.riiiaim A Mareb. 

('oralliozrlut. KvKRMANN A M AR>ll, K<iit. r.S. Fii*li Coin. lH'.»'j(I>ec. 19, 1 K9it ), 30J (cardf/n<F). 

IJoily sleiiiler ami Htroiij;ly t-om pressed, witbttiit scalfs; head larjje, siib- 
< ylindrical, bliuitly i>oiuted ; nioiitb large; t«-etb not booked, about 8 
euhtr^cd conical ones in front of each Jaw, Kmaller ones bebind; vomer 
witb teeth; dorsal fin with a notch between the rays and spini'S, tin- 
nieinbrano connected with caudal; caudal (in rounded; pe<-toral large, 
ventrals small and inserted slightly in advamc <if pectorals. A strongly 
mai'ked genus, conspicuous iu appearance by its heavy bead and thin 
body, probably relate«l to Ophiohleuiiius, from which it is technically sepa- 
riited by the absence of hooked canine teetb. the convex caudal, and the 
entire ab.scnce of a lateral line. 

{KofiCiXXtuf, toral; ZifTt dj, I scek.^ 

•J7r.:{ nil. ( OKVI.I.inZKTlS rVKDOX.K, Evennaiin A: Mareli. 

Head 1; depth ."..6; eye .". ; snout 4; maxillary 2; 1>. XVII, 11; A. L'l ; 
pectoral 1.3; ventral 1.8; cau<lal I 1. 

Body scaleless, sleiuler, much compressed; bead large and heavy, not 
compressed nor depressetl ; snout \ery short and blunt; mouth large, hori- 
zontal, low iu jiositiou, the maxillary rt-acbing far beyond the eye; eyes 
small, close together, placeil high and well forward; teeth conical, in a 
patch on the front of each Jaw, an outer row of about X teeth (4 on a side) 
in each jaw, much enlarged; a single row of smaller teeth on sides «)f each 
jaw; teeth on vomer; a small Hap at the nostril and two short filaments 
above eye, one much the smaller; no appendages at the nape. Dorsal fin 
long and high, of slender, flexible si»iiu's, ami longer soft rays, a notch 
Ix'tween the soft and spinous portions; anal longer and lower than soft 
dorsal; anal and dorsal fn-e from caiulal ; caudal rounded; jieitoral large, 
wide as body, reaching anal or beyond; ventral small, inserted before 
pectoral, of S rays, the innermost very slender. 

Color in spirits: Hody dark red. much paler in one specimen ; head every- 
where inky, this color dusted upon the body, ])articnlarly on the anterior 
portion ; a pale gray bar downward and backward a<ro8s cheek ; tins pale, 
exce|»t ventrals and front of dorsal, which have color of head; a row of 
small rosy spots along bases of anal rays, seemingly in the fiesh; some- 
times a similar fainter row ab)ng base of dorsal. Known only from I'uerto 
Kico, where '^ specimens, each about 1 inih long, \\ ere obtained iu Febru- 
ary, 18!»1>, by the l'. S. Fish Connnissiou expedition to that island. 

(Nauietl for Cardona, a little islet otV I'laya de I'once, on the reef of 
which the type w;is <'olle(,Med. ) 

Curalliuietus cariloHiv, Evkumann i >[ai<.sii, lleiil. I'. .S. Fish Com. 1S<»9 (iKv. 19. I»i99), 
M-1, Cardona Utet, P. R. (Type, No. 40377, U.S.N.M. Coll. EvvrmatiD is. llanh.) 



Jordan and Evermann. — Fishes of North America. 3195 

Page 2471. After Lycenclielys paxillus (Goode & Bean), insert the 
following : 

•2883 (a). LYCEXCHELYS MUR.ENA (Collett). 

Head nearly 8; depth aboiit 20; eye 4.5; D. 112 (including one-half of 
caudal, 118); A. 95 (101); P. 13. Body everywhere scaled, head and finn 
naked; ventrals comparatively close together, 6 times length of pectoral; 
jaws with teeth in a single series. Lateral line present, but ditticult to 
trace in its entirety; from upper angle of gill-opening a series of rather 
closely placed, very small pores (connected by a narrow line) descends in 
a curve to a short distance behind vent; after having reached nearly to 
base of anal, it runs for a short distance nearly liorizontally, whereupon 
it ceases, or can not be followed in the same direction with certainty; 
another lateral line, however, begins about over the vent, and ruus hori- 
zontally along median line, becoming obsolete toward end of tail ; the 
pores herein are very small and more widely separated, and can be seen 
only by close observation; the short whitish line which runs through 
each pore forms hero no accompanying line Length 7 to 11 inches. 
North Atlantic. Kecently taken by the Ingolf expedition in Denmark 
Strait. 

Lijcodes murcena, Collett, Lorh. Selak. Christ., No. 14, 15, 1878, off Traenen, in Helge- 

land, Norway; Liitken, Ingolf Expedition, 20, 1898. 
Lycenchelya murcena, Goode & Bean, Oceanic Ichth., 309, 1890. 

Page 2578. ChaJinnra Simula, Goode & Bean, was taken by the Ingolf 
in Denmark Strait iu 912 to 1,236 fathoms. 

Page 2587. Before Ccelorhynchus, Giorna, insert the following: 

2963 (a). MA( BOURUS INGOLFI, Liitkeu. 

The head is contained about 5 times in the total length. The superior 
or frontal surface of the snout is separated from the inferior or more for- 
wardly directed part by a well-developisd crest or edge, terminating in 3 
spinose osseous tubercles, 1 directly iu the middle and 1 on each side, 
close before the naked spot, where the nostrils have their place, and con- 
tinued both above and below the orl)it8. The broadly triangular snout is 
prolonged fairly over and before the mouth, which is relatively little, the 
corners of the mouth falling in a lino with the anterior margin of the 
middle of the orbits. The eyes are large, their diameter surpassing the 
breadth of the front between the eyes. The teeth form a line card in both 
jaws. The head is scaled with the exception of the gill-membrane, the 
isthmus, and its foremost superior margin, and almost the whole lower 
surface. The naked part of the snout is handsomely embroidered with 
rows of slime glands. The first dorsal, counting 11+9 rays, is singularly 
high and its longest (second) ray is serrate and as long as the head. The 
second dorsal begins much forward, its foremost rudimentary rays may lie 
followed until not far from the posterior margin of the lirst dorsal rin. 
The pectoral contains 20 rays, and the ventrals, whose external ray tapers 
to a fine thread and reaches a long stretch beyond the anus, have 8 rays. 
It may also be remarked that the tail, as iu other Macrurians, is really 
Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 XI 



3196 Bulletin //, United States National Museum. 



-poiuted behind, but in severul Hpecimeus has lost a shorter or loDf^er part ; 
but the wound has healed, aud on the thuB truncated jioint of the tail is 
developed a dislincl caudal (in, a ]>henonienon which is also observed in 
Konie 8i»ecinieuH of the preceding si)ecies. The scales ahow distinct rows 
of thorns, not however so Uiuch projecting as in M. yoodei. (Liitken.) 

Several specimens taken by the luijoif about Iceland and in Denmark 
Strait. 
ilacninu inijolji, LOtkex, IrLth. ResultM Diiiiinb Inijul/ Exi>M., '2', 18U8, south of Iceland 

Page 2622. After HippoijIoKahut hoUnuini, (Gilbert, insert the following: 

2988(11). IlII'IMMil.OSSlN \ >AI;A.\E>SIS, Boulenger. 

Head 4 ; depth If; eye ">; width of mouth L'J in head; maxillary reach- 
ing posterior third of eye; teeth small, more strongly developed on right 
side; eyes moderately large, the lower a little in advance of the upper; 
interorbital space tectiform, scarcely half the width of eye. D. 76; A. 63. 
Gill-rakers very short, tuberculous, 6 on lower arm of first gill-arch; 
dorsal commencing above anterior third of upper eye, its longest ray 2 in 
head; left jxitoral a little longer than right, 1^ in head; left ventral 
twi<e as long as right, eiiuaiing the head ; caudal a little shorter than heail, 
its free edge forming a wide angle, the middle rays more than half longer 
than the outer ; depth of caudal peduncle twice it length; scales 33-110—10, 
strongly ciliate on both sides; lateral line strongly arched above the jicc- 
toral. Deep gray brown; 3 large black ocelli bordered with bluish, 2 
superposed on middle of body, ecjually distant, Ijetween lateral line and 
vertical tin, the third on lateral line a little in front of caudal peduncle; 
pectoral yellowish, ventrals blackish. Length 230 mm. One specimen 
from liio Sabana, Darieu. (Houlenger.) {sabaniusia, from the Rio Sabaua. ) 
Hijipur/loiixina tabanenxit, HoL'lenuek, BolU-ttiuo dei Mus. ili Zool. od. Aiiiit. Coiii|i. ilella 

Univ. <li Torino, Vol. .\iv, No. 340., 4, April 2!), l«i!i, Rio Sabana, Darien. (Coll. Dr. 

Eurico Fi'sta.) 

Page 2789. ri//rjriH«, lvutter^//riM«/or, .lordau A; Kvermaun. All spe- 
cies of Ameiuntu have villi. 

Page 118. l>r. Albert Oiinther has recently critically studied the Lin- 
na-an type .specimens of American lishes in the possession of the hinna-an 
Society of London, and the results are published in the proceedings of that 
society for May 24, IXDlt. 

These studies of Dr. (iiinther necessitate the following changes from 
the names adojited by us in the earlier jtarts of this work: The Gatt-Top- 
fuiil Cattish becomes 

li.l. KM.IMMins KKI.IS (I.iiiimuit). 

'I'he sjtecies called by us UrxiinnnntivhthyB /f/i* (Linuieus) ^p. ILV^ 
bec<)nie.s 

I Ml. <.\I.KI( IIM:\n Mll.ltKltTI (CiiviiT A: ViiU'Dcionueti). 
The Hed Hind, given by us as Hpinejiheliit inaviiloaiiM (p. 1158), becomes 



Jordan and Evermaiin. — Fishes of North America. 3197 

1558. EPIXEPHELUS (JITTATIS (Liuuaeus). 
The Spotted Jewfisli, given as Vromxcrops ijnttains (p. 1162), becomes 
1557. PRO.MIIROPS ITAIAHA (Licbttnstein). 

Page 261. After Xotro2)i>i heterodon (Cope), insert: 

406 (a) . XOTROPIS CALIENTIS Jordan & Snyder. 

Head 3.66 iu leu!j;th; depth 3.33; eye 4 in head; snout 4; interorbital 
space 2.66; depth of caudal peduncle 2.40; height of dorsal 4.66 in length; 
anal 5.75; length of pectoral 5.66; A'eutral6; caudal 3. X3; scales in lateral 
line 33; between dorsal and occiput 15; between dorsal and ventral tins 
10; D. S; A. 7. Body deep and wide, deepest part anterior to insertion of 
dorsal; caudal peduncle long and slender; snout blunt, rounded; mouth 
oblique; jaws equal; maxillary reaching to a vertical from posterior 
nostril. Teeth 4-4, slender, hooked, grinding surface narrow, absent on 
smallest tooth, (iill-rakers short, blunt; 9 on first arch. Intestinal canal 
short, with but 1 convolution; peritoneum white, scales large, not 
notably deeper than long; lateral line incomplete, extending on^y as far 
as jiosterior edge of pectoral. Dorsal tin rounded, the second, third, and 
fourth rays longest; anal fin similar in shajjc ; ventral rounded, extend- 
ing to vent, inserted directly nnder dorsal; pectoral rounded; caudal 
forked, the lobes rounded. 

Color silvery, an indefinite dark band extending from tip of snout to 
end of caudal peduncle ; the band distinct on snout and caudal peduncle, 
broader and almost obsolete on middle of body; top of head and a narrow 
band on median dorsal part of body dark; ventral parts of body immacu- 
late, except a narrow, dark band extending along base of anal and ventral 
part of caudal peduncle; chin white; scales on upper ]i;irts with dark 
edges; dorsal and caudal fins slightly dusky; other fins lighter. 

This species is of small size, the mature males measuring about 34 mm. 
in length of body ; the females 43. The males are more slender and have 
a little less dark color on the body. The athnities oi yotrop'is caUentia are 
with Notrop'is cayuf/a, jordaiii, and others of the subgenus Chriope. The 
species may be distinguished l»y its small eye, short, rounded snout, deep 
body, short lateral line, and rounded fins. (Jordan A- Snyder.) 

Lake Chai)ala basin, Mexico. 

Kotnipis ealicntin, Jordan .v Snyder. Bull. U. S. Fish Com. 1899 (1900), 122, Rio Verde, 
at Aguas Calientes, Mexico. (Type, Xo. , L. S. Jr. Univ. Miis. Coll. J. O. Snyder.) 

Page 965. The generic name Hhomhiis was first used by Humphreys in 
1797 for a genus of mollusks, and can not therefore be used in fishes. Its 
place in fishes will be taken by PiprUits Cuvier (1817). 



INDEX TO NAMES OF FISHES MENTIONED IX THE 
"ADDITIONAL ADDENDA" IN PART IV. 



The following index includes only those names which occur in 
the "Additional Addenda" found in the i)resent volume. An 
index complete for the three other parts is given in Part III. 



Page. 

agassizii, Cbologaster 3156 

Agosia klamatliensis 3144 

albicaudus, Auchenopterus 3191 

album, Chirostorua 3165 

Algansea lacustiis 3140 

Aliitera luonoceros 3178 

Amblyopsis 3157 

arge, Eslopsarum 3158 

arundelii, Gobius 3184 

aubeenanbei, Etheostoma 3167 

Auchenistius 3190 

stabli 3190 

Auchenopterus albicaudus 3191 

oingulatus 3192 

fajardo 3193 

rubescens 3191 

Bairdiella miacantha 3173 

baldwini, Prionodes 3168 

balsanus, Istlarius 3139 

bathrecetor, Salmo 3149 

bayanioncnsis, Gobius 3184 

Blennicottus globiceps 3179 

recalvus 3178 

Bollmannia boqueroneusis 3185 

bo<iueronensi8, Bollmannia 3185 

breve, Chirostoma 3157 

caguitiB, Sicydium 3183 

Calamus kendalli 3172 

caliente, Xeuendum 3152 

calientis, Notropis 3197 

cardona', Coralliozetus 3194 

cari)in tis, Neet roplus 31 75 

cayuga, Cottus gracilis 3178 

Centridermicbtbys globiceps 3179 

maculosus 3182 

Centrolophidw 3166 

cbapala', Chirostoma 3159 

Falcnla 3143 

Cbaracodoji encaustus 3150 



Chirostoma album 

breve 

cbapala- 

crystallinum ... 

diazi 

estor 

humboldtianum 

lerma> 

ocotlane , 

promelas 

Cbologaster 

agassizii 

cornutus , 

papilliferus 

Cichlasomasteindachneri 

cingulatus, Auchenopterus . 
clarkii deolivilrons, Salmo. . 

.jordani, Salmo 

Coralliozetus 

cardonre , 

cornutus, Cbologaster 

Cottus gracilis cayuga 

crystallinum, Chirostoma 

culebra% Malacoctenus 

Cyclothone megalops 

declivifrons, Salmo clarkii 

decoris, Doratonotus 

Dialarcbus 

snyderi , 

diazi, Chirostoma 

digueti. Neomugil 

Doratonotus decoris , 

encaustus, Characodon 

Epinephelus guttatus 

maculosus 

Eslopsarum arge 

jordani 

estor, Chirostoma 

Etheostoma aubeenaubei 



['age. 
3165 
3157 
3159 
3162 
3161 
3165 
3157 
3163 
3163 
3160 
3156 
3156 
3156 
3156 
3173 
3192 
3147 
3148 
3194 
3194 
3156 
3178 
3162 
3187 
3150 
3147 
3177 
3180 
3181 
3161 
3165 
3177 
31.50 
3197 
3197 
3158 
3157 
3165 
3167 



3199 



3200 



Bulletin 47, United States National Museum. 



Page. 

Eucalia incouHtanH 3157 

Euponiareutriis rtavilatUH 3176 

n-crifreuuni 3176 

Eximia 318-.' 

nibellio 3182 

FaUiiln 3143 

cliapalii- 3U3 

fa,inril<>. Aurlicnopterus 3193 

Feliihtbvs Celih 3197 

filis, Fclicht li\ 8 3197 

feata-. Pialnii'ina 31i5 

Tacliygiinis 3138 

tlavilatUH, Kiipomacfntnis 3176 

Galeichtbj-8 lahiatiis 3137 

niilberti 3197 

jjarniani, Stolepborut* 3146 

(ia«l«T08tfii8 fjymnetes 3157 

j^ilbert i, Stolephorus 3146 

(Jilberti«lia 3183 

(iillicrtina 31K3 

Gillias 3186 

Jordani 3180 

j;lobicep«, Bh'iiiiicottiiM 3179 

Ccntridennicbtbys 3179 

Oligocottus 3179 

Gobiuh arundelii 3184 

bayamonenHis 3184 

soporator 3184 

grncile. Myctopbuiu 3150 

;;racilis cay Hga, Cottus 3178 

rranidea 3178 

guttatnH, Epiiiephelus 3197 

Promlcrops 3197 

gyianetcs, CiastoroHteus 3157 

HadriiptfriiH inaxinkiu'kiensiH 3166 

Ua inulon liibna- 3171 

Haiistor 3196 

belena-. Ha-niuloii 3171 

IK'Kis i.Htbirius 3174 

HipiioKluHHina sabaneuaJH 3196 

biiiiilioldtiaiiiiii). C'biroHtuma 3157 

ini'iiiiHtanH, Eiu-alia 3157 

iD^iilH, MacrouruH 3195 

iHtliiriua, IIcruH 3174 

iHtlariiiH 3138 

balsaniin 313U 

itaiara. Proniicropfl 3197 

jordani. ?'H|(ij)HaMiiii 3157 

(iilliat 3186 

Lyt'0<loDtiii 3145 

Salmo darkii 3148 

kcndalli, CalamiiH 3172 

klaiiiatht'iiHiH, Agosia 3144 

labiatiiH, (ialelrbtbvH 3137 

labrarifoniu-. PoiiiadnHi8 3172 

lacustris, Algauat-a 314U 



Page. 

lalandi. Seriola 3166 

loriiia-, < 'biniHtoiiia 3163 

liuiantuiiri. Pu-cilia 3153 

liiit|><ildii, Xeueuduiii 3152 

Lyr'oncbelyH uiiirii-na 3195 

LycoiluiitiH.jordani 3145 

Macdunaldia rostrata 3150 

Macrourii8ingolli 3195 

niaculo8U8. Ct-ntridcnuichtbys 3182 

Epinepbeliis 3196 

( >lig<>< ottUB 3182 

Malacoctenii8cuIebni- 3187 

muorei 3188 

puertorii'ensis 3180 

niaxiiikuc'kieD8iK. Hadrojiterus 3166 

meeki, Microgobiiis 3185 

iiu'galops. Cy clot bone 3150 

iiiiaraiitba, liairdiella 3173 

Microgoliins nx-eki 3185 

iuill)erti, Galeicbtbys 3196 

iiionoceros, Alutera 3178 

iiioiiteziiiiiii', Xipb<>pb<irii8 3154 

niDiirci. MalaciH'tcuiiH .■^1^8 

iiiiinina. Lyrencbfly s 3195 

nniskoka. Xotropis 3141 

Myctopbuiu gracile 3150 

Nebris occidentalis 3173 

zestiirt 3173 

Neetropliis carpintis 3175 

Neoiuagil 3105 

digiieti 3165 

uephelus, Spberoidea 3178 

Tetrodon 3178 

Nutropis calit-ntis 31'-7 

niiiMkoka 3141 

ra8(-(>tii8 3141 

occideiitalis. Nebris ....^ 3173 

octolauc. Cbirostonia 3103 

UligoeottiiM globiceps 3179 

maculosiis 3182 

Huyderi 3182 

Orcella 3140 

Oroiila 3140 

papillifeniH, Cbologaater 3156 

Peprilns 3197 

Pialiut ilia festn* 3145 

Ptt'i'ilia liiiiaiitoiiri 3153 

Pdiiiada.xiH labraui forme 3172 

popcicbe, XyHtriisiiM 3142 

PiioiiodiH baldwiiii 3168 

proinclaH, Cliiro8toma 3160 

Promii'i-opa guttatua 3197 

itaiara 3197 

puertorii-eiiMlM, Malacoctenua 3189 

ra*«<'oiiiH. Nntropia 3141 

ri-calvuH, ItU'unirottiis 3178 



Index to Additional Addenda. 



3201 



Page. 

rectit'renmn, EHpoiiiacentriis 3176 

Rbegma* , 3169 

thaumasinni * 3170 

Rhoni bus 3197 

rimensis, Rusoiculus 3179 

rosie, Troglichtbys 3156 

Typhlichthys 3156 

lostrata, Macdonaldia 3150 

rnbellio, Exiruia 3182 

riibescensi, Auchenopterus 3191 

Jluscicnlus 3179 

rimensis 3179 

sabanensis, Hippoglossina 3196 

Siilnio bathoecetor 3149 

clarkii declivifrons 3147 

jordani 3148 

Seriola lalandi 3166 

Sicydi 11111 caguita? 3183 

snyderi, Bialarcbiis 3181 

Oligocottus 3182 

soporator, Gobins 3184 

spengleri, Tetrodon 3178 

Spberoides nepbelus 3178 

stabli, Ancbenistius 3190 

steindachneri, Cichlasoma 3173 



Page. 

Stolepborus garmani 3146 

gilberti 3146 

Stroraateidie 3166 

subterranens, Typhlichthys 3156 

Tachysurus festai 3138 

Tetrodon nepbelus 3178 

spengleri 3178 

thaumasium, Rhegma 3170 

Troglichtbys 3156 

rossD 3156 

Typblic iithys 31 57 

rosic 3156 

subterraneus 3156 

Uranidea gracilis 3178 

Villarius 3196 

xaliscone, Xenenduni 3153 

Xenendum 3151 

caliente 3152 

luitpoldii 3152 

xaliscone 3153 

Xiphophorus montezumaj 3154 

Xystrosua 3 142 

popoche 3142 

zestns, Nebris. 3173 



* These names occur as new in this volume. 



INDEX TO GENERA AND SPECIES ILLUSTRATED. 



Genera and species. 



Abeona minima 

Aboma etheostoma 

Abianiis crysolencas 

AbuflefVliif saxatilis 

acaiithias, Sqiialus 

Acaiit liarcliun ])onioti.s 

aocipittT, I'lxlot becns 

Achirus fasciatn.H 

liii^atiiM 

Acipf'iiser liroviroMtniiii 

rubiciuiilu.s 

stnrio oxyrbynchiis 

trausmimtaniis 

acipenspriiiM8, INxlotlitMas 

ackleyi, U;i.ja 

Acrocbi'ilns alnt.i'ciis 

Acrotiis willoiijilihyi 

aculeatus, (lasteroMteus 

Stenotoiiins 

acus, Tylosurus 

acutus, Fodiator 

Adinia cingesii 

adscensionis, Epiiiepbelus 

adspt'i'sus, 'I'autogolabrus , 

a'gletiiiiis, Mclaiioijianinius . . . 

ilMieuM, AIy<ix<iCfph:iliis 

a'sculapiuM, Alcpisaurus 

iestivalis niarcoiiis, Hybojjsis . 

I'oiuolobiis , 

^?i;thoi)rora liicida 

iEtobatiis iiarinari 

atliuis, Atbt^rinops 

Cbeilodiptenis 

Cbiiiia'ra 

Ganibii.sia 

agassizii, AU'pocepbalus 

Callionyiiius 

Dicrouiita 

Lijiaris 

Xi'uicbtbys 

aggregatus, Cyniatogaster 

Agoiiostoiiius tuoiiticola 

Agoaia falcatii 

kbiiiiatlieiisis , 

nniatilla 

Ahlia egnioiitis 

alabama', Alosa 

alalnnga, Genua , 

alalns. I'rioiiotus 

alUigntta. Katbetostonia 

aUHiliiit'atiis, Fuiulnlus 

Albubi vnlims 

album, ILi'iiMiloii 

Alcidea tbobiirui 

Aldrovaiidia gracilis 

inacrocbir 

Alei>isaunis a^sciilapius 

I'erox 

Alepocejibalns agassizii 

Aleposoinus copei 



ccxxviii, 578 

CCCXXVIll, 792 

XLV, 111 

CCXXXIV, 590 

vn, 24, 24a 

CLV.418 

cccvin, 745, 745a 

CCCLXXXVII, 948 

CCCLXXXVI. 947 

XXI, 47 

XXI, 46 

XX, 45 

XX, 44 

CCCIX. 746 

X, 31 

XXXIX. 97 

CLI,408 

rxix, 320 

CCXII,545 

CXVI, 309 

CXVII. 315 

cvill,29() 

CLXXXII, 482 

crxxxvi, 595 

CCCLXi 892, 892a 

ccxcv, 715, 715a 

xcvi. 258 

Liii, 136 

LXXI, 190 

xcii,246 

XV, XVI, 37, :i7rt 

ex XVI, 342 

ci,xxix,474 

XIX, 40 

CXIII, 299, 299(1 

LXXIV, 197 

cccxxiii,779 

CCCLV, 874 

CCCXVIl. 765 

criii. 527 

CCXXVIII, 579, 579a 

cxxvii, 347 

LIII, 135 

LII, 133 

LII, 134 

LX, 158 

LXXII. 192, 192a 

CXXXIV, 367 

rccxix, 770 

CCCXXXIV, 809, 809a 

rv,281 

LXViii, 179 

ccill,528 

CCLXXXXII, 684 

XCVI 1 1, £63 

XCVIll, 262 

XCVI. 258 

xcv, 257 

LXXIV, 197 

LXXV, 199 

3203 



Text 
page. 

1497 

2240 

250 

1561 

54 

989 

2055 

2709 

2097 

106 

106 

105 

104 

2061 

70 

208 

973 

747 

1346 

716 

728 

061 

1152 

1577 

2542 

1972 

595 

316 

426 

565 

88 

807 

1113 

95 

680 

453 

2186 

25ii6 

2121 

1287 

1498 

819 

313 

313 

370 

2810 

871 

21. ".9 

2:(12 

649 

411 

1295 

1887 

610 

609 

595 

595 

453 

459 



^»4 Bulletin ^y, United States National Museum. 



(ienera ami species. 



ali-iitpnoig, Lj-conoct*-* 

Mientiriis, Cot t us 

Ali-xiiniM aniiijicr 

AluitnHcii lUiyt'Mi 

iillftfratii, (i vniiioHanla 

AliipiiiH viilpeH 

A loHa alalmiiiH* 

HapidiHHinia 

.\llllll'J*tl'HllllorO]>ttTlIH 

al)>iiiiif« aiin-oliiH. SalveliiiiiH 

altivelJH. SeliiiHtolubiiM 

altUM. HyliiijiHiH 

I'aeiiaopriarantliUH 

aliitareiis, Acrochi-iliiH 

Aliitera H«li<i-ptii 

Hcripta 

aliitim, A)io;;iiiiir)itliy8 

SfliaMtddcH 

AinlilciplilfH riipi-Htria 

AiiililyopHiH Hpi-hi'iis 

aiiililyrliyiK'hiiM. Heniic-aranx 

Aiueiiiru8 (lut:eHii 

niclns 

|ilaty<'C'phaltiM 

aiiifriraiia. J^lorono 

aiiifricaiiUH, AiiiiiiiKlytt'S 

H«'iniiript<TU8 

Menticirrbiis 

I'olyiirion 

I'sendopleuroiiectes. 

Aiiiia oalva 

Aiiiiiioorypta bcaiiii 

lielliK'ida flara 

Aiiiniodytos ainericaniiH 

aiiiiMillaceiiK, Saccopliary ux 

AiialileiiH tlovii .' 

aiialis, UyporritichthyB 

Nt-oina'iiiM 

Notacanthiiii 

Aiiarliichas latifroim 

lepturiis 

lupiiH 

aiicylndnn, Sa;:«Tiio))tliyM 

AiK'.N liipHi-tta iiiiailrocellata 

Aiin<'liclilliys riliaris 

Aiit:iiilla rliryxN pa 

an;: II ilia, Ictaliinia 

aii^iiillHriH. /Coarri'H 

AiiisiiirciiiiiM liiliiieatiiM 

Niirinaiii<-iiHi<4 

viruiniiUM 

aiiinilariH, Poiiuixih . 

a noma I II III. ('ainpoKloma 

AlKiplari'liiiH atr(ipiirpiir<-ii8 

A IK >pl lipoma tliiiliria 

A iitliiiiH aHperliii;:iiiH 

H lit ilia rum. 'I'aliHiiKinia 

A mi III lira viola 

Apr 1 1 CM iiiiailrai-tiH 

Aplii'<-iloi|«riiH HayaiiiiH 

A pliiloiiotiiH );niiiiiit'iiH 

Apoiliohtliya llaviiliiH 

MpiHJiiH, Nfoma'iiiH 

Apo^ou piuiiii'iitai iiiH 

rt'troHclla 

AjiocnniclillivH aliitiiH 

.\]>iiiiioli^ nyiiiiiii'trirnii 

Ajiiioii iiiarrophtlialiniiK 

Aprodmi rurUv.iaiiiiH 

ApHiliiH di-iilatUH 

iir.ia. AtlKTiiiik 

Ari'hoplitrH iiitt-rriiptiiH 

Ai(iioHar;:UH pridialo<-i')ilialuH ... 



crrxLvi,8«4 

crxnii, 711 

<■<■( XXV. 784 

xuM 

<xxxiv, 366 

v^. 20 

i.xxii. 192. l»2a 

1.XXII. lUl 

<LXXXVI.4HX. 4K*<a 

LXXXIII. 220 

ct LXix. 65:i 

UV. \W 

rxcv, 512 

XXXIX, 07 

CTLX, 63.1 

rcLX, 6r« 

CLXXViiI, 473 

rci.xxii,f56o 

ri.vi,419, 4nta.6. r 

< XV, 307 

cxLi. :\m 

XXVI,59, 5i»o. 596 
XXVI, 60 

XXVII. 61 

CLXxxi,479 

CXXIX,351 

crrv. 738 

rrxxv,572 

CI.XXXI, 4W). 480n 

CC(LXXIX,933 

XXII, 51, 51a 

< LXXII. 455 i 

< LXXII,454 
<XXIX.351 

LXVi, 175 

c XIII, 3(H) 

«•( XXX..5M2 

ixrvill,517 

X(VIII,264 

rrrxi.vi, K45 

CC<'xi.vil,847 

C<txi.vi',846 

( I XXI. .VU 

CCCLXXV. «-.'5 

«'CLIV, C2tl. 62«<1 

LV, 143 

XXV. 57 

C<CXLVIII,«50 

< cviii. .VW 

< win, 537 
< fix, 539 
fl.iv, 415 

XXXIX. 95 

rnxLMi.s.'iS ' 

<CLXXIX.674 
• ■xciii, .''>«t7 

LXXIV, 198 

<-<'<LXII. 893. 893a 

rxx,322 

«XXII,331 

r<xxvi.574 

etc X LI. 830 

rxrvii, 515 

CLXXVIII, 472 

CLXXVII. 471 

r-LXXVin, 473 

CI.IX.434 

• Ml, .523 

<c<XI.IX, 852 

CN-, .'i22 

rxxni,3:i3 

CLVII, 420 

c«-xvi, &%4 



2444 

1957 

2203 

211 

809 

45 

2810 

427 

1104 

511 

176:i 

321 

1239 

208 

1718 

1719 

lllii 

IT9'i 

990 

706 

912 

138 

141 

U2 

ll.U 

8:13 

2023 

1474 

1139 

2647 

113 

11164 

106:1 

8l:i 

406 

685 

1.500 

12t!5 

615 

2416 

2447 

2446 

1416 

2C:U 

1684 

348 

2788 

2457 

1.119 

1318 

1322 

987 

2o5 

2422 

1862 

1227 

455 

2.544 

786 
1484 
2411 
I2.".8 
1109 
II118 
Mill 

998 
1280 
2461 
1278 

790 

991 
1361 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3205 



Genera and species. 



Plate and figure. 



Text 
page. 

1359 
1355 

2297 

601 

1679 

179 

1237 

2559 

«35 

2568 

1421 

526 

604 

1509 

472 

2012 

2203 

1906 

2025 

848 

2367 

2615 

1227 

2090 

2091 

1061 

1920 

1032 

2420 

1899 

586 

587 

2307 

2S09 

2609 

790 

790 

719 

807 

806 

2402 

1906 

887 

2397 

409 

685 

261) 

222 

2422 

2373 

754 

754 

1040 

850 

13 

511 

1001 

1634 

1310 

1277 

192 

867 

2(169 

2071 

369 

I 367 

1 2801 

1980 

2076 

1264 

2677 

258 

1383 



Archosargns tinitnaculatris 

arctifrons, Calamus 

Arctoscopus japoniciis 

Arctozenus coniscans 

arcuatuH, Pomacanthua 

ardeus, Catostomus 

arenatus, Priacantlms 

argeiitatus, Gaiidropsarua 

argentea, Bathyclupea 

.Steiiidacliueria 

argent flirt, Larimus 

Arficntinu .siliis 

Arj:vn>i>i'lf(_-Msolfer8i 

argyrosoniiis, Dainalichthys 

nigripinnis 

armatns, Leptocottus 

armiger, Alexurua 

Artedielliis atlaiiticus 

Ascelichtliys rbodorus 

ascensionis, Holocentrns 

asper, Exerpes 

aspera, Limanda 

asperlinguis, Antliias 

Asi»idopboroides gnuther. 

nionopterygius 

asprella, Crystallaria 

asprellus, Kadulinus 

aspro, Hadrojitcrus 

AstcriiDptfi yx giinnelliforniis. . . 

Astrolytfs iKiti>spilotus 

Astronesf he.s geiiiniif'er 

ricliardsoni 

Astroscopns y gra'ciini 

atclialMlaya', "Signalosa 

AtlicrcstiieH stoniias 

Atlicrina aia-a 

stipes 

atlicrinoides, Chriodorus 

Atlierinops attinia . . » 

Atlierinopsia calif'orniensis 

atlantica, EVdenmiavia 

atlanticus, Artediellus 

Bentliodesmus 

Rupiscartes 

Tarpon 

atripinnis, Goodea 

atrocaudalia, Notropis cayuga... 

atroniaculatus, Scniotilua 

atroimrpiirens, Anoplarclius 

Auchenopterus nox 

Aulorliynchiia tiavidus 

Aiilostonius macula ua 

aurantiacns, Hyixilioniua 

auiatus, Mullus 

aurea, Lampetr.a 

auroolus, Salvelinua alj>inns 

auritua, Lepomia 

aurotrt-natum, Sparisoma 

auroiincatiim. But liystoma 

auroniliena, Rliomlxiplites 

austrinum. Moxoatiima 

Aiixis tliazard 

Averruucus emtnelane 

sterletua 

avocetta, Is'eniichthys 

Avocettiua gillii 

axillaris, Myoxocephalns 

axinoplirys/Xystcs 

aya, Neoma'uia 

Azovia ])aiianiensi8 

aztecTis. Notropis 

azurea, Hermosilla 



ccxvi, 553 
ccxiv, 550 

CCCXXXIII, 807 

xcvi, 259 

ccLi, 623 

XXXIV, 84 

cxcv, 511 

CCCLXVII, 906 

CXXIX, 352 

CCCLXVIII, 909 

rcxxi, 565 

LXXXVII, 232 

XCVll, 261. 261« 

CCXXXII, 586 

LXXVI, 203 

rccii, 732 

CCCXXV, 784 

CCLXXXV. 689 

CCCV, 739 

rxxxi, 358 

CCCXXXVII, 818 

CCCLXXVII, 930 

CXCIll, 507 

CCCXII, 755. 755rt, 755& 

CCCXII. 756, 756a 

ri,xxi.453 

CCLXXXVll, 695 

(XXVI, 438 

CCCXLMI. 834 

CCLXXXiv, 688, 688a 

xciii, 251 

xciv, 252 

cccxxxiv, 808 

LXIX, 184 

ccci.xxi,917 
CXXIII, 333 
CXXII, 332 
CXVI,310 
CXXVI. 342 
CXXV, 341 
cccXL, 826 

CCLXXXV, 689 

cxxxvi. 374 

cccxxxix, 825 

LXVii, 177 

CXIV, .301 

XLVI, 114 

XI„ lOo 

CCCXLIII, 835 

CCCXXXVII, 819 

CXX,323 

cxx, 324 

CLXVIII. 442 

CXXXII, 36(1 

11,5 

LXXXIII. 220 

CLIX. 425. 425« 

ccxi.iii,6;o 

cCvil, 535 

cc, 521 

XXXVII, 92 

CXXXIII, 365 

CCCIX. 749, 749nr 

CCCX, 750, 75(1(1 

LX, 157 

LIX, 154, 154a, 1546 

CCXCVll. 721 

CCCX, 752. 752a 

CXCVI1.516 

CCCLXXXIV,942 

XLV. 112 

CCXIX, 558 



3206 



Bulletin 47, United States National Afuseunt. 



Genera and specieit 



aziireiiB, Gnlpichtliys 

AziirinHhiriiiiilo 

bttliiHiiiin, Tfutliif* 

.Jlainliclhi < lirvHiira '... 

Iiainlii, < iaatriiNtdinuH 

MiiTOH))jitlio(lon .. 

l»HJonnilo, ('alaiiius 

JlalJHtt'M laroli inii8i» 

lialtcatiiB. Lciuigciis 

KarMtlirtKleriiiiH tuanatinui! 

K.'iralliroiiuA liicolur 

Iwirliutu. ISrotiila ', 

Pallasina 

I>arlmliiluiii, Ltinoiifnia ... 
Iiarltatiiiii, Lvcoiicnia 




Text 
page. 



l>arra<iida. Si>li\ niiia 

bartoiii. ( iclilasnina 

lJancaiii«lith.\ s ix-uinsula- . 
Mniticaris.. 

HaHH()>;ij:a8 ^'illii 

BaHsu/et 118 rateua 

Diinualis 

Hatliyflnppa aret-iitea 

liat li yi;aaii8 f'avosu.s 

Hat hy iron UH ni;:ri|)inni8... 

IJathylaKiiM beiittlicti 

]{at)iyiiiH.Ht<'r .•«it'iiatii8 

15at liy phaHiDu <i\ im-runi . . . 
Hatliyjiieroi.s niiailritilis . . . 
UatliyMtoiua atirolinuatiiiii. 

riliiator 

Iieauij, Amnioirypta 

Liiiiaiida 

.VrrivdiiHT 

Trij:l(.p8 .'" 

bflla. Hypofl\doiiia 

Bt'llator f'urctta 

Ixiii'di.ti, |{atliylaj;u8 .!!!. 
Heiit>i()d<'8iiiii8 allaiiti('ii8 .. 
Ii)-Dtli()8aiirii8 {.'rallator. 
b<Tyiliiia. .Mcniilia unu ijis 
biryllinim. ('ryptotoniiis ... 

1{«T\ X 8ld«D(ltII8 

bi.aiuialiH. La<t..i)brv8 

bilhir, I'oly ptein8. . .' 

bipolor, liarathroniis 

LflK-i.m'118 

ICoiiileli-tia 

Huiiliis 

biliiieiita. Lcpidop.setta. .... 

bill neat lis. A II i8i it renins 

Chararodon 

bilobiiH, HJHtiocottim 

biriiMtri8, Maiita 

biBoii. Kiiopbrv8 .., ' 

biHtriHpiiiiirt, I^rpticuH 

bivittatiiH. Iriifio 

blacklnnli. Yarndla 

IJbiiiiii (.tt UN <iiibry urn 

bleiiiiinidiM. I >tpl.8i<(n 

JtleniiiiiH (TiBtatiia 

favoHiis 

HlrpHia* clrrbcmiis \ 

BodianiiH IiiIvum iMiiiciatua 

Hob-i« lilh\8 rii«ifiiriiiiH 

bidfoidi'K,' HadiiliiiiiM 

l(iib>onuiiia caniiiniiii 

iili;riiiii , 

, ,, oliii»f.-dl 

■ xilllliaill, < >]inilpll'(Hll|H 

ilolliuauiiiarhlaiiiMlea .... 



xxrv,55 


2775 


CCXXXIII, 5IW 


1544 


crLVi.c<i.vii.62»a 


1693 


tCXXII, .'ifl* 


1433 


i.xvii, 17< 


406 


CCXXXV. ."iM 


15«I6 


t<xm.5*^ 


13r.2 


rrLViii,631 


17U1 


XI.II. 105. 105a 


•J38 


« cfl-vii, 880 


■-'.'. 17 


cr (LViii.fiM 


2524 


«< CLIV. 871 


2500 


C(CVIII.7« 


2049 


CCCLXVI,9(M 


2J.56 


CCCXII, 863 


2474 


CXXVIII. 349 


( 823 




1 2841 


CCX XXII, 587 


1515 


LXIII. 166. 166a 


379 


I.XIII, 165 


■ 378 


rccLVii. 879 


2515 


crcLvi, 876, 876a 


1 2509 


CCCLVi, 875 


' 2507 


cxxix, .152 


8;)5 


rrcLXVii, 908 


2565 


caxi, 753 


! 2078 


LXXXVIII.234 


529 


cccxxxii, 802 


228k 


CTcxviii, 767 


2128 


LXXXIX,2:i8 


544 


ccvii, 535 


1310 


c<vi. 534 


1 13U8 


<I.XXII, 455 


; 1U64 


ccrtx XVI 1 1.9.12 


! 264<-. 


i.vm, 153 


' 3tl7 


CCLXXXVIll, «{97 


1924 


CLXXIX,475 


1115 


crcxxi. 773 


2174 


Lxxxviii. 2:u 


529 


<xxxvi,374 


887 


LXXXIX,237 


543 


f XXIV. 338 


797 


rcxLil, 608 


1625 


CXXXI. 357 


844 


CCLXII, 639, 639a. 639'< 


1723 


rrcLviii. 883 


2524 


XU, 102 


232 


X<\ 240 


548 


XLIIl. 107 


244 


<(CLXXvi,928 


2643 


CIVIII, j.tt< 


1319 


<ix,2ft1 


668 


Ctciii. 735 


2018 


XVIII. 39 


92 


crxci, 705 


1938 


rxnv. 509 


1233 


CCXXXIX.fiOl 


159:. 


xcni.249 


584 


«x-iii. 734 


2016 
2864 


CLXX.449 


1W3 


crrxxxviii. K21 


2:W2 


CN»XXXV11I.820 


2:<Ky 


COCIV. 730. 736a. 7386 


2t>is 


< I.XXXII,481 


1146 


il.X XVII, 469 


1101 


crLXXXVii,694 


1919 


(LXXI, 452 


1060 


rLXX,4S0 


1056 


<-LXXi,4.M 


1057 


xLiv, no 


249 


cccxxviu, 791 


2238 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3207 



Genera and species. 



Plate and figure. 



Text 
page. 



bonaci, Mycteroperea 

boreali.s, leelinus 

ijoroi^ailus saida 

bouleugeii, Mycteroperea 

bouvieri, Salnio clarkii 

brachiasciilns, Granimicolepis .. 

Brachygeuys chrysargyreus 

Bi-acliyistiiis t'reriatiis 

bracbyptera, Itetuora 

Craiichinstouia cariba-iim 

biasiliensiw, Heniirbainphiis 

Nariiue 

Scorpifua 

brevirostris, Hypoj)riou 

brevirostniin, Acipenser 

brevisijinis, Sebastodes 

Brevoortia tyraiinus 

, Brotubi barljata 

brunneus, Ilyophis 

Brycou dentex 

Bryoatema iiugator 

polyacanthocephalum 

bnccata, Ericyniba 

bnllcri, Prioiiodes 

caruleus, Scariis 

Calamus arcti Irons 

ba,) onado 

calamus 

penna 

prorideiis 

calamus, ( Jalainus 

Cale<;belys mura^ia 

californica, Tetroiiarcc 

calif'ornicnsis, Atlieriiioi)si8 

Mudialima 

Typblogobiiis 

callarias, Gadus*. 

Callioiiymus agassizii 

c.alliuriis, logloasiis 

callyodon, Ncoliparis 

Calotonius xenodon 

calva, Aiuia 

Campostoiiia anoinalum 

camurum, Boleosoina 

Ktlu'ostoma 

canadfuse, Stizostetlion 

caiiadiis, liMcliyceiitron 

canal icula tils, Iculus 

Cantbrrilics cnrohr 

capistratus, (Hiutudon 

cai)riiiiis, Otry liter 

ca]>i'0(los, I'crciua 

Carau x cry sos 

bippos 

latiis 

medusicola 

carapinus, Coryplia-iioides 

Carcliarbiuiis lamia 

caribauiii, lirancbiostoma 

caribba'iis. < 'odorliy iicbus 

carinatus, Laitychthys 

canuinalis, Eiii)eaiii'<'t»'s 

<'arininatus. C(i-lorliyinliii8 

carola-, Cantberhies" 

carolinenjiis, Balistes 

carolinus, Prionotus 

Tracbinotus 

carjiio, Cy priiiodou 

CarpioiU's cypriuus 

caryi, Hyiisiirus 

catapliractiis, ( lasterosteiis 

catenatus, Fundulus 



CLXXXVII, 492 
ccLXXXiv, 687 

CCiLix, 885 
CLXXXVII, 490 

LXXX, 212 



1174 
1896 
253:5 
1171 
j 490 
I 2819 



CLII,410 


974 


CCVI, 533 


1307 


CCXXIX, 58C 


1499 


cccxxx, 797; 797a 


2272 


cxvii, 313 


722 


xin. 35, 35a 


78 


CCLXXVII, 669 


1842 


V, 18 


41 


XXI, 47 


106 


CCLXXI, 657 


1787 


LXXIII, 195 


434 


cccuv, 871 


2.500 


LVI, 145 


350 


LV, 141 


337 


CCCXLI, 829 


2410 


CCCXLI, 828 


2408 


LI. 129 


302 


cxci, 503 


1213 


CCXLIV. 613 


1652 


CCXIV. 550 


1355 


CCXIII, ;)48 


1352 


CCXII. 546 


134'.t 


CCXIV, 549 


13.54 


CCXIII. 547 


1350 


CCXII. 546 


1349 


LXIII, 164 


378 


XII. 34, 34a 


77 


CXXV, 341 


806 


CCXX, .560 


1391 


CCCXXIX, 795 


2262 


CCCLXI, 891 


2541 


CCCXXIII, 779 


2186 


crcxxiii, 780 


2193 


CCCXIV. 760, 700(7. 


2110 


CCXLIII, 6(19, 609» 


1626 


XXII, 51, 51a 


113 


XX.XIX, 95 


'Jl)5 


CLXXI, 452 


1060 


CLX.\II,456 


1076 


(LXIV, 434 


1022 


CXLVIII,401 


948 


CCLXXXVI, 693 


1917 


CCLVIII, 6:!2 


1713 


CCL. 622 


1677 


crxi, 543 


1345 


CLSV. 436, 436rt 


1026 


CXLII, 388 


923 


cxi.i, 387 


920 


rXLII, 389 


921 


rx Ml I. 390 


924 


CCCLXVIII,911 


2579 


V, 17 

i.l 

CCCLXX, 915 


38 


2589 


Lix. 1,55 


3C8 


CCCXXXVl, 814 


2350 


CCCLXIX.914 


2588 


CCLVIII. t 32 


1713 


CCLVIII. 631 


1701 


CC<-.\viii, 768 


2156 


CXLVII, S98 


944 


CXII, 297 


675 


XXX, 71 


167 


CCXXXI, 585 


1508 


CXIX.321 


749 


CIV, 278, 278a 


648 



Bulletin /7, United States National Museum. 



Genera and sjiecieg. 



Plate and figure. 



rateoa, KaaHozt'tiu 

CatuMtoiiiiiH aniens 

catoHtomiiH 

cotiiiiKTttunii 

uriiteiiH , 

lati|iiuni.H 

niui'riH'lieilii8 

CK-ridfntalis 

pocatcllo 

tiihoeiiMls 

t.silt<'0Ut))-Il8i8 

catostomufi, Uatostoinus 

C'atiiliis liter 

caiKlntHM. Lei>i(lo)iu8 

laiKliliiiilmtiis, L<-|>t>ice|ibalu8. 

CatiliircliUH ■iiiianilriciis 

CauliilatiluH inicrnps 

Caiilii|iliryiie Jordani 

cauriiiUH, Mvloi'lii-iliis 

Si'bastodfs 

cavenio.siis. Hyiiiinocfphalus . 

• ajoiiim, Corvtliroiilitlivs 

Ouilltia '. 

cayiifia atioiaiidaliH, Notropis. 

Centranliiis niacriipirriis 

Ceiitroi'viiiiniH ciflok-pis 

C*-ulr<il(iphii8 iii;;cr 

CeDtr(ii>oiiiii.<4 undeciiiialis 

Centrojiristes i>liiladelpLicu8. . 
striatus 

Centroscylliiini fabrit-ii 

<-epi-diaiiiini. Dorosnina 

Ceplialaeanthim volitans 

c'l-plialiis. Mu(;il 

Cerat ias liolholli \\\ 

CVratdciitiiirt <liceraii8 

OratMscopclus maderiensis 

rerdale. Scy taliiia 

Cetoniiiiiii8 f;illii 

<Vtorliiiiii(* niaxiiiiii8 

i'liiciuiliryttiis ^'iilo.>4ii8 

Cliii-nuiiiiiKil i>roljoscideu« 

(..'lia'todipttTUH I'aln-r 

ChtL-todon <^apisti'atu8 

iiiKrirostris 

(K-cJIatim 

fhfPtodon, MtHO"oniMtiu» 

<liakii;;iaiiinia. T lii'ra]Ltra 

Clialiniira 8iiiiida 

Cliaiii iiira-iia vittata 

CliaiioH rliaiKiH 

rhanos, CbanuH ]"". 

Cliaracodon l)ilincatU8 

variatua 

CliaMiiilHti-H iitpci 

Jioriis 

8tiiiiiiaM 

(.'liaRtiiodes Naliiirni- " " 

CliaiiliiHliiH .sjiianei ! 

< 'hail mix piriiis '"'" 

( ;iii'ili)d iptiriiM atlinin ....\ 

clniieyi, «'i>tliij{iiHt«T 

oliestiTi. I'roiiliycis 

CliiaHiiiodoii iiiiior 

I'liiliiialiiia. NolnipiH '.'..'.. 

CliiloiiiyrtiTiiM Hcliii-pii ]. ' 

CliiiiiM ra ulliiiiH ' \ 

Cliiro-ttoiiia liiiiiilioldtiaiiiiiu '. 

fliiniM. \i))liiNtfH 

CIlitiinnlllM plixrtinsill ......... 

• lilaiiiydcH, Hulliiiaiiiiia '. 

(Miloriilithys finiiiiniiitious 

I liloroi>teru», Alpbcnti-a 



CtVLVi, 876. 87«a 

XXXIV. 84 

x.\xii,77 

XXXIV, 83 

XXXI, 75 

XXXI, 74 

XXXIII, 81 

XXXIII. 79 

xxxii, 78 

XXXII, 78 

XXXIII, 80 

xxxii, 77 

III. 12 

cxxxvi, 373 

Lvii. 149 

cccxxxv, 812 

CCTXXX, 799 

OC'CXCI. 167 

XL, 99 

CCLXXIV. 063 

CCCLXIX. 912 

ex X, 326 

crrLv, 873 

XLVI, 114 
CLV, 417 

VIII. 25 

CXLIX, 403 

CLXXIX, 476 

fxci, 5«ll 

IXC, ,500 

VIII, 26 

LXIX, 183 

fCCXXIlI, 778 

CXXVI, 343 

CCCLXXXIX, 954 

CCXCI, 706 

xr, 242 

CCCXLViii, 849, 84»a, 8496 

xr. 241 

VII. 23 

CLVii. 4-'l 

CXXVii. 346 

CCXI.VII,619 

CCL, 622 

CCXLVIII,620 

CC-XLIX, 621 ( 

CLVIII.423 
rccLX, 887 

tCCLXVIII. 910 

1.x VI, 174 

LXIX. 182 

LXIX, 182 

<IX, 21»3 

CXI, 295. 295a 

XXXV, 87 

XXXIV, 85 

XXXV. 86 

ccrxxxix,824 

xnii, 250 

txrrLxxxix,95;< 

tLXXIX,474 

rLXix.445 

crcLxvi, 903 

CtVXXXII,804 

XLVI, 116 

ITLXVI. 648 

XIX. 40 

rxxiii. 3:u 

rrcxLIV. «.vi 

rri.xxxiii, 686 

CXXXXVIII. 791 

oxi.1,604 
CLXXSVI. 488, 488<i 



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page. 

2500 
179 
176 
178 
175 
174 
178 
178 
175 
177 
2793 
176 
25 
8i>6 
355 
2328 
2277 
I 2735 
1 219 
182(1 
2580 
I 2838 
I 250:( 
I 200 
988 
55 
963 
1118 
1201 
11!»9 
.'Ki 
416 
218.1 
811 
2729 
1940 
557 
2454 
549 
51 
992 
816 
1068 
1677 
1673 
1674 
995 
2535 
2578 
404 
414 
414 
(i4>8 
G69 
27!t5 
183 
2794 
2392 
685 
2726 
1113 
2851 
25.'^ 
2201 
265 
1748 
95 

7»:» 

2424 
1890 
2238 
161(1 
1164 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3209 



Genera and species. 



Plate and flfiure. 



Text 
page. 



Chloroscombrus cnrysurus... 

Cliologaster cornut us 

Chriodonis atlieriuoides 

cliromis, Pojiouias 

clirysargyreus, Brachygeuys . 

cliry socliloriH, Poniolobus 

cLrysops, Roccus 

Stenotomus 

chrysopterus, Ortliopristis. .. 

chrysotus, Fundulus 

chrysura, Bairdiella 

clirysuru.s, Cloroscombrus . . 

Microspathodoa . 

Ocyurus 

chrysypa, Aiiguilla 

chiiss, Urophy cis 

Cifblasoma h;irtoiii 

ciliaris, Angelithihya 

ciliatus, Mouacant bus 

Sebastodes 

cimbi'ins, Enobelyopvis 

cinereuni, Etboostoiua 

Xysteuia 

cirratum, Ginglyiuostoiua 

cirratus, Uropbyeis 

Cirrbites rivubitus 

cirrbosus, Blei)si»s 

Citbaricbtby s niarrops 

.soididus 

claia, Aiuiuocryiita pellucida 

clarkii bouvieri, Salmo 

bensbawi, Salmo 

macdonaldi, Salnijo 

pleui'iticus, Salmo 

siiilurus, Salmo 

stomias, Salmo 

virgiualis, Salmo 

Clepticus parra? 

Clevelandia ios 

Clupea barengiis 

pallasii 

clupeiformi.s, (Joregonus 

coccogenis, Noti'opis 

C(i'lolei)i8, Ceutioiymiius 

Co-lorbyncbiis caribbivus 

carininatus . . 

ocra 

colias, Scomber 

coUiei, Hydrolagiis 

Columbia traiismiiiitaniis 

conimersonii, Catostomus 

conger, Leptocepbalus 

congestuni, Moxostoma 

Congrellus tiavidus 

copei, Aleposonms 

Cliasiiiistcs 

CopelaudelUis quiescens 

corallinuni, Cryptotrema 

coregoiioides, Panilepis 

Corogouus clujififormia 

coultcrii 

williamsoui 

conmbica, Lamna 

cornutus, Cbologaster 

Zaucliis 

cortezianus, Aprodou , 



CXLV, 394 

cxv, 305 

cxvi, 310 

ccxxv, 573 

CCVI, 533 

LXX, 187 

CLXXX, 477 

CCXI, 544 

CCX, 541 

cvii, 287 

ccxxii, 586 

CXLV, 394 

ccxxxv, 593 

cxcix, 520 

LV, 143 

CCCLXV, 902 

ccxxxii, 587 

CCLiv, 626.626a 

CCLIX, 033 

CCLXX, 655 

CCCLXVII, 907 

CLXXiii, 457 

ccxviii, 550 

iv,13 

CCCLXIV, 899 

ccxxvii. .576 

CCCIV, 7.36, 736o, 736fc 

CCCLXXXV, 944 

CCCLXXXIV, 943 

CLXXII, 454 

Lxxx, 212 

LXXIX,208 ( 

LXXXI, 214 [ 

LXXX, 211 I 

LXXIX, 210 I 

LXXX, 213 I 

LXXIX. 209 i 

ccxxxviii, 599 

CCCXXVIII, 793 

LXX, 185 i 
LXX. 186 I 
LXXVI, 202 I 
XLIX, 124 

VIII, 25 

CCCLXX. 915 

CCCLXIX. 914 

CCCLXIX,913 

CXXXIII. 304 

XIX, 41 

CXXII, 330 

XXXIV. S3 

LVII. 148 
xxxvr. 91 

LVIII, 150 I 
LXXV. 199 

XXXV, 87 

CLXXVI, 468 

CCCXXXVII, 817 

XCVI, 260 

LXXVI, 202 

LXXVI. "01 

LXXV, 200, 200a 
VI. 22 I 
CXV. 305 I 
CCLV, 627 
CCCXLIX, 852 I 



938 

703 

719 

1482 

1307 

425 

1132 

1346 

1338 

655 

1433 

938 

1567 

1275 

348 

2555 

1515 

1684 

1714 

1783 

2560 

1078 

1372 

26 

2553 

1491 

2018 

2684 

2679 

1063 

/ 496 

I 2819 

493 

2819 

497 

2810 

490 

2819 

495 

2819 

497 

2819 

495 

2819 

1586 

2254 

421 

422 

465 

284 

55 

2589 

2588 

2588 

86f! 

95 

784 

178 

354 

192 

357 

459 

2705 

1100 

2366 

002 

465 

462 

463 

49 

703 

1687 

2461 



3l'1<» Bulletin 47, United States National Museum. 



CreiiLTu aixl H|iei'i<-s. 



coriucaiiB, Arctozenas 

Coryiiliii-na lii|i|iiirim 

f 'or\ iiliiiiioid"" riiriii>liiiiH 

('iirvlliri>iilitli,\ M ciiyoruiii 

Cottoya.HliTi'lieue.vi 

Hiiiiiiiarili 

CuttiiH al<-ulicii« 

e v.Tinaniii 

klilllliltlK-IIHiM 

l|il|ll>IIIIIH 

■|MT|i'eMia 

|il ilir«'|iH 

IIIIIK'tuluIIIM 

cuiieaii. ( 'ryi'toimaras 

coulterii. CorfHoiiiiH 

frassicfii!*. rifttniiims 

ncHtonis, Ti-iitliii* 

rr»-l<-ii»»', S|iariH<'iiia 

cristiitiiM, iSlfUDiiiM 

Cri-tiv oilier iiaiiiavciinli 

trijtt 11 lata. Scori'Miia 

croi'Kililiin. Laiii)iaiivc-tii8 

ci-<i<«.iiilii.s, KtrojiuM 

crotaliiiuB. Kiiilirvx 

criu'iililiT. Fittoiiildiiopliia 

rriiiUfini](litliHliiiu«. '1 riichuroi>». 

Cryi'taraiitlHxlfH niaciilatiis 

Crypt")""'"''''' '■"<'•■■•*'■ 

fryi'totoiiiuH lierylliuuM 

Cryiitotivma roralliiniiu 

cry.Mileiirai*. Aliramis 

(■r.\ iios. ( 'araiix • 

CnHlallariaaspn-lla 

riilvfri. Tracliliii'His 

cnrciiia. Mii;:il 

cavicri. Tetra;:oiiiirtis 

ruzaiiiilii', Scams 

Cyclei'tus clniij.'atiis 

Cycldjiteru" liiiMiuis 

cyolnpiiw. I,i|iaris 

<'yiiial"«a»t< T aL'K'ri'jiatiis 

( 'y uost iou in-liiil()sii« 

llutllll^« 

n-^'aliH 

ryjihii, XyraiiilHii 

(■vpriiK'lla. Irl ioliiiK 

Cy priiioilou larpio 

varifpitiiH 

oyprin«»l«leM. Lnpbnuoliiuit 

(■y|iriiiiiB, < 'arpiiHU-» 

CypKiluniH lalironiiriiM 

Dallia jicrtoraliM 

I)a!iialirhth\H arjjyronoiuiiH 

1 (any at irt naliiua 

DanyctittUH Bctim-r 

ilfi'iiKi'aiiiiiiUH, llf\nf;rainiiiu8 . . . 

DciapivriiM iiiacarclliiH 

dfi'iiiTfiii'. ri«'iii'oiiirlitliy« 

ilckavl. IxiiriiH 

ilfiiiivi, l.iparii* 

ill iitatiiH, ApMilim 

< i raiiiiiiatoHtoiuinii 

raralii'lithyH 

.I.iit.x. IJryroii 

( )ltllllTllH 

Ilrrii-ht hy » HiriM-ntiiius 

ilcriiiatiniin. I.yii.dapiis 

Dcriiialiilcpi* zaiifluH 

iliii]ilialiiiH. Filiiilillilit 

tliaptiTUH Fiirrii.iaiiUH 

illcfraiiH, ('cratoi-ottiis 

Uiirulvui! iutruoigru 



I'Ut«- aud figure. 



xcvi, 259 

CXLIX, 402 

txx:LXviii,911 

< xx.a26 

C1.X1X.4'1.'> 
CLXVIII.444 

c< x< III, 711 
rcxcii. 707 
c<x<iii.7)o 
ccxciv. 712 
tcx<iii.70» 
ccxi iv,713 
nx< 11.708 
tf< xc. ft'iC 

LXX\ 1,201 

I xxx.35« 

K I.vi.«}28 

CCXLV. eitia 

CCCXXXV1II.821 

LXXXII. 217 

CCLXXVI,66H 

xci. 24:j 

(•CCLXXXVI,94»J 
CCX.XLVm.K51 

i,xii, 16:j 

ex 1.1.383 

CCVXLV. 843 

cc( xc. 9.'>0 

• CCXLII. 608 

CCCXXXVI1.817 

XI.V. Ill 

CXLI1.38K 

CLXXI. 453 

CXLVII,397 

cxxvi,;t44 

CLII,411 

ccxi.iv, 612 

XXX. 72 

crrxili,757 

cc<xvi 704,764a 

CCXX VIII. 579. 579rt 

CCXXI. 5ti3 

CCXX. 561 

CCXX. 562 

XXXV, 88 

XXX, 70 

CXII. 297 

rxi. CXII. 296. 296a 

CCCXXVI. 786 

XXX. 71 

cxi^.310 

xcix. 267 

CCXX Ml. 586 

XIV. 36, ;«Wi 

ccc. 727 

CCLXXX. 676, 676o 

CXL,3«3 

CCCLXXV. 926 

VI, 21 

cccxvu, 766. 766a 

cc, 522 

xciv, 254 

txx-LXXIM. 922 

LV, 141 

1.x XX VI, 229 

LV, 142 

ccri.iv, 870 

cl.XNXVI, 489 

cm, 275, 275<i 

CCCU, 861 

CCXCI. 706 

« XXXVIII, 882 



Te&t 
page. 

601 
952 
2579 
2838 
2'"51 
1U46 
1957 
1915 
1955 
1962 
1955 
1962 
1948 
2731 
402 
843 
1692 

2382 

5<i4 

INII 

55^ 

2689 

245iS 

377 

911 

2443 

J731 

16J5 

236« 

25<i 

923 

looi 

'.•42 

^l:^ 

970 
1048 

168 
2096 
2118 
1498 
1409 
14(10 
14117 

184 

10:! 

675 

671 
2209 

168 
( 740 
\ 2830 

621 
irnii* 
84 
1991 
1867 

909 

26;t7 

48 

2124 

127 s 

590 
2629 

337 

524 

343 
2492 
2854 

645 
2472 
1940 
2522 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3211 



Genera and species. 



Dicromita agassizii 

ijiodon hystrix 

Diplectruni formosuni 

Diplesioii hlcnnioidt'S 

I)ij)lodu8 liolbrookii 

dispiliis, Iridio 

dodecaedron, Occa 

doliclioKiister, Pholis 

doloinieu. Mirroptenis 

Doi iiiitator iiiai'ulatiis 

dorniitor. I'hilypnu.s. 

Uorosoma cei>e(iianinii 

dorsidis, Microspathodon 

Seriola 

dovii, Auabk^ps 

druinmond-hayi, Ei)inepheliia 

diictor, Naucrates 

dugesii, Adinia 

Algausea 

Anieiurua 

dulcia, Khiiiiclitliys 

diKjiiesnii, I'lacopbaryiix 

earlli, Froiihycis 

Echeneis naiicrates 

egmontis, Ahlia 

egretta, Bellator 

eigeniuaDui, Evarra , 

Sebastodes 

Elannra i'orficata 

elassodon, Hippoglossoides. . . 

Elassoma evergladei 

elegans evides, Gibbonsia 

Eleginus iiavaga 

Eleotris pisonis 

eloDgatus, Cyclei)tu8 

Labichthys 

Ophidion 

Elops sannis 

Emblemaria atlantica 

embleniaticus, Scarus 



Plate and figure. 



embryura, Blennicottus 

Embryx crotalinus 

eniiliiu, Opsopd-odiis 

Euimeekia venusta 

eninielane, Avennuciis 

Enipetrichthya merriami 

Euchelyopiis ciinbrius 

Euneacantbiis gloriosua 

Enneanectes canuinalis 

En()i>brys bisou 

Kntospbenus tridentatiia 

Ei)inephelu8 adscensionis 

drunmiond-hayi. 

niorio 

striatHs 

Epinnula magistralis 

Eqiies lanceolatiis 

eriarcha, Eiiiy.stole 

Ei'icyiiiba biu'cata 

Eriniy zou sneetta 

eriua'cea, Raja 

Erotelis siuaragd us 

Escolar violaceu s 



Eslopsaruni.jordaiii .. 

Etelia oculatus 

etlieostoma, Aboiua . . 

Etbeostoiua cauuirum 
cinereum 
iowiB 



jessup 

Bull. No. 47, pt. 4- 



CCCLV, 874 

CCLXVI, 647 

CXCI, 502 

CLXX, 449 

i.cxvii, 555. 555a 

CCXL, 602 

cccviii, 743 

CCCXLII, 831 

CLXII, 430, 430o 

rccxxiv, 782 

cccxxiv, 781 

LXIX, 183 

CCXXXVI, 594 

CXXXIX,380 

CXIII,300 

CLXX XIII, 484 

CXXXIX. 379 

evil I. 290 

XL, 98 

XXVI, 59, 59«, 596 

LII, 132 

XXXIII, 82 

CCCLXV, 900 

CCCXXIX,796 

LX, 158 

cccxxi, 773 

LI. 131 

CCLXXI, 658 

CCLXXXIX,701 

CCCLXXII, 920 

CLlll,414 

CCCXXXVI, 815 

cccLX. 888 

CCCXXV, 783 

XXX, 72 

LIX, 156 

ccLXXXii,681 

LXVll, 178 

cccxL, 826 

CCXLV, 614 

CCCIII, 734 
cccxLViii, 851 

XLIV, 109 
CCXL, 603 

CCCIX, 749, 749a 

ex, 294-294(? 

CCCLX VII, 907 

CLVIII, 422 

CCCXXXVI, 814 

CCXCI, 705 

1,4 

CLXXXII, 482 

CLXXXIII,484 

CLXXXIV, 485 

CLXXXIII, 483 

cxxxv, 371 
ccxxvi, 575 

ex XV, 339 
LI, 129 

XXXVI,89 

IX, 29 
CCCXXV, 785 

CXXXV, 370 

CXXIII, 335 

cci, 524 
CCCXXVIII, 792 
CLXX II. 456 
CLXXIll, 457 I 
CLXXIV, 460 I 
CLXXIV, 461 1 



Text 
page. 

2506 
1745 

1207 

1053 

1362 

1597 

2044 

2416 

1011 

2196 

2194 

416 

1568 

902 

685 

1159 

900 

661 

211 

138 

306 

193 

2554 

2269 

370 

2174 

304 

1789 

I9K0 

2615 

982 

2352 

2537 

22U0 

168 

3(>9 

1875 

410 

2402 

1654 

2016 

2864 

2458 

2J8 

1602 

2069 

G67 

2560 

993 

2350 

1938 

12 

1152 

1159 

1160 

1157 

880 

1489 

803 

302 

185 

68 

2204 

878 

2843 

793 

2840 

1282 

2240 

1076 

1078 

1083 

10S4 



3212 Bulletin ^7, United States National Museum. 



(ieueru ami HfU'cieH. 



Xtbeotttoina Jordan! 

JuliH- 

lepiildgfUVH 

olioyeiixe 

pa^iei 

pottHJi 

virt'iituiu 

Ktn)|iuH rrossoi \\» 

riiiKiHiiH 



EupuiuaciMitniH rt'ctifrt'Diiiii 

Eupoiiiutis I'urvoruH 

i;il)lt<)8iiH 

eiiryoruM, Kii|)uiuoti8 

EiiryHtoif criarchii 

Kvarra <-ip-iiiiianiii 

cvfr;;la(k'i, KlaHHoiiiu 

overuiHlini, Cottiis 

Tliyrina 

£vc>rniannia zostiTiira 

evidfs, (iiblxmsia i-li-uaiis. .. 

Jl»<1roptt-rii8 

«viontlia8. (^uassireiuii!« 

evolaiis, rriimotus 

Evoplitcs viridis 

EvKxyiiietoiioii ta-niatux 

ExtTpe8 asjuT 

exiliM, Scbilbe»(le8 

Exord'tus vol i tans 

Exo)(lu88Uin iiiaxilliui^uu 

£xunaiite8 oxHiliens 



roiidi'b'tii 



«X8iIiens, £xnnaiite8 

fabor, Cbff'foiUptorus 

tabricii, Coiitio'ii'ylliimi 

falcata. Ag<>»ia 

pbeiiax. Mycteroperca. 

labatuH. 'rracliiiiotii.s 

faHciatUH. Acbirus 

iavONii8, IJatbynadtis 

HbMiiiiiis 

FeliolitbvM l't'li« 

l'.-li8, Felicht hy 8 

lerox. AlepisaiiruH 

StoiiiiaH 

lerruniiica. I.iiiiniida 

lliiibria, Aiiuplupoiiiu 

Flaiiiiiie" iiiariaiiiiH 



Plat"- and ti({ure. 



tl»vi>H(tiiM, I'lTia 

llavidiiM, ApiMlirlitbvH 

AulorbviicluiK 

.•'oii^jrelliit* 

llaviifl, Xittiirti8 

llonr. NiM>llpari8 

Ibirida-. •) i>rdan<>lla 

Eoiliator ariitiin 

fii'tons, S\ ModiiH 

foiitii'iibi. .Mioioi>(>ri'a 

t'untinalis Salvrlinu8 

I'orliiiila, l''.laniira 

I'lirhiuMa. Jlt'ti-i iindriu 

t'liriiiiiHiitii. Dipli'i'ti'iini 

IrnnriHfi, (iyropb'i nodus 

I'rcnalun, Itrat'byiniiuH 

Sarrit<ir 

frJKidiiH, Lyt'ixIcH 

I'ulviis, I'byHiciiliiH 

piin'tatiiK. Itiidiuuua. 

fiindiiliiidi'N. Kiindiilii'* 

Fiindiilii8 albuliueatut) 



cLxxnt, 458 

CLXXVI. 466 
CLXXIV, 402 
CLXXV, 4KJ 

C'LXXV. 464 
CLXXIII,459 
CLXXV, 465 

crrLXXXVi. 946 

CCCLXXXV, WS 

ccxxxiii, 589 

CLXI, 428 
CLXI, 429 
CLXI. 428 

cxxv. tao 

LI, 131 

CLIII.414 

ccxcii, 707 

cxxv, 340 

cccxxix.794 

CCCXXXVL8U 

CLXVII,440 

LXIV, 167 

cccxx, 772 

cxrvi, 514 

rxxxvi,372 

CCCXXXVII, 818 

xxviii,65 

CXVIII. 318 

UV, 140 

cxviii, 316 
cxvin.317 

CXVIII, 316 
CCXLVII, 619 

VIII, 2d 

Mil. 135 

CLXXXVIII, 495 

rxLVi,396 

CCCLXXXVII, 948 

<CCLXVII,9(»8 

CCCXXXVIII. 820 

XXIII. 52 
xxiii, 52 
xcv, 257 
xnv. 2.'>3 

CCCLXXVII. 929 
CCLXXIX.674 



cxxxi. 3:>» [ 

CLXV, 435 

CCCXLI.830 

CXX. 323 

LVIII, 150 

XXVII. 63 

cccxv, 762 

rxii,2»8 

rxvii,;n5 

I xxxviii, 2:t6 

I I. XX VI I. 470 

i.xxxii. 218 

CCI.XXXIX, 701 

ex IV. 302 

cxci, 502 

ill. 9 

l«XXIX, .">80 

r<'ox, 751 
«<CL, 8.'>6 

CC<LXI1I. »««« 

CLXXXII. 4>*1 

I'vi. 282 

cv. 281 



Text 
pane. 

1079 
1093 

10K7 

1092 

1092 

1082 

lii9;i 

26Mlt 

2<i88 

( 1557 

1 3171! 

lOilS 

1009 

1008 

803 

304 

982 

1945 

804 

22.^0 

2:<52 

1036 

380 

2168 

1246 

H86 

2367 

147 

T.<.\ 

:c'7 

1 732 

I tSl» 

I 733 

\ 2830 

I 732 

I 2M10 

16(M 

:il3 

11H5 

941 

27itO 

2565 

2:i80 

118 

118 

."iOS 

2644 
Igii'J 
8.'>2 
\ 2871 
1023 
2411 
7:.4 
357 
144 
2111 
077 



5.18 
11U4 

."UHi 
1930 

687 
1207 
20 
1499 
2073 
246.'> 
2547 
1146 

650 

640 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3213 



Genera and species. 



Plate anil figure. 



Text 
page. 



Fundulus catenatua 

chry actus 

diaphanus 

fuuduloides 

goodei 

heteroclitns 

Jenkinsi 

luci» 

macdonaldi 

majalis 

notatus 

nottii 

ocellaria 

pallidus 

pulverens 

rathbiini 

semiiiolis 

stellifer 

zebriuus 

furcatus, Ictalurus 

Phanerodon 

furcifer, Paranthias 

Furciraanns diapterns 

furiosns, iScbilbeodes 

fusiformis, Ijoleicbtliys 

Gadus callarias 

g.airdneri, Saliuo 

Gairdropsarus argentatus. . 

galacturus, Notropis 

galeatu.s, Gyniuocautlms . .. 

Galeichtbys aziireu.s 

gilbeiti 

Tiiilberti 

<jraleorhiniis zyopteru.s 

Gambusia artinis 

Garnianuia paradoxa 

Garnipa nigrita 

Gaaterosteus aciileatus 

catajibractus 

Gastroatomus bairdii 

gemma. Hypoplectrus 

geramifer, Astrouesthes 

Gernia alaliiiiga 

Gerres olistbo.stomus 

Gibbonsia elegana evides . . 

gibbosus, Eupomotis 

gilberti, Galeiclitb ys 

Scbill)eode8 

Seba.stode.s 

Ulocentra 

Gilbertidia sigoliites 

gilli, Avocottina 

Bassogigas 

Cetoniinina 

I^ip'Wu.vs 

Neobytbitt's 

Ginglymostoma cirratum .. 

glacialis, Liopsetta 

glauca, Prionace 

glaucns, Tiacbinotus 

gb'sne, Rfgalccua 

globoaa, Lyo-spba^ra 

glorioaus, Kuneacauthus. .. 

Gnatbypoi)s maxillosa 

gobioiiles, llypaicometea. . . 

Gobiuahaatatna 

oceanicua 

atigmaticua 

Goodea atripinnis 

goodei, Fundulus 



CIV, 278, 278a 


648 


cvii, 287 


655 


cm, 275, 'IToa 


645 


cvi, 282 


650 


cix, 291 


/ 664 
I 2831 


cii, 273 


640 


CVI, 284 


651 


CVII, 286 


654 


CVI. 283 


651 


Cl,271,271a,271& 


039 


cviii, 289 


659 


CViii, 288 


656 


Cll, 274 


642 


CII, 272 


638 


CVII, 285 


652 


CV. 280 


649 


CIV, 277 


647 


CV, 279 


648 


cm, 276 


046 


XXV, 56 


134 


ccxxx, 583 


1506 


cxcii, 504 


1221 


cccu, 861 


2472 


XXIX, 69. 69a. 696 


149 


CLXXVII, 469 


1101 


CCCLXI, 891 


2541 


LXXXI, 215 


497 


CCCLX\II, 90(i 


2559 


XLVIIl, J22 


279 


CCCl, 730 


2(110 


XXIV, 55 


2775 


XXIV, 54 


2773 


XXIII, 53 


128 


IV, 15 


32 


CXIII, 299, 299a 


680 


CCCXXVII, 790 


2232 


CLXXXIV, 486 


1161 


CXIX, 320 


747 


cxix, 321 


749 


LXVII, 176 


406 


CLXXXIX,497 


1193 


xcm, 251 


586 


CXXXIV, 367 


871 


CCXVlll, 557 


1376 


CCCXXXVI, 815 


2352 


CLXI, 429 


1009 


XXIV, 54 


2773 


XXVIII, 67, 67a, 676 


14S 


CCLXXV. 665 


1823 


CLXIX,446 


1049 


CCCVI, 741 


2U28 


LIX, 154, 154«, 1546 


f 367 
I 2801 


cccLVii, 879 


2515 


XC. 241 


549 


XCIX, 266 


619 


CCCLVII, 877 


•2512 


IV, 13 


26 


CCCLXXX, 935 


2649 


IV. V, 16,16a 


• 33 


CXLVl, 395 


940 


CCCLXX, 916 


2596 


CCLXVII, 649, 649a 


1751 


CLViii, 422 


993 


CCCXXXI, 801 


2284 


cccxxxm, 805 


2294 


cccxxvi, 788 


2229 


CCCXXVII, 789, 789a 


2230 


CCCXXVI, 787 


2224 


cxiv, 301 


685 


CIX, 291, 664 


2831 



3214 Bulletin ^7, United States Natioyial Museum. 



Genera nnd Hpecies. 



l'lat«' iiikI fluurt". 



({oodei, I'tiliclitliys , 

IjiirltuHcha, Oiicorhyuclind , 

;:rai'ilc, reriHte(li(»n 

t;rat'ilm. Aldrovaixlia 

Iiervlliiia. Menidia 

IMiotoufctes 

Platyt'oliio 

j.'rallntor, lU^utliusnnruit 

(iraiiiiiia loreto 

j;raiiiiiiatiriis, ( 'hluririitliys 

(iraiiiiiiat(i8t<iiiiiaH dt-ntatuH 

Gniiiiiiii('<>le|ii8 brachiiiHCiilus.. 

(^laiidiconiiM, Scorpa-na 

lin-i-iii, NcolipariH 

tiriseua, CatiiHt(iiiiu» 

HexancliiiM 

urniiniens. Ajilidoiiotiis 

Unaiaiiiuia, pHCiidoHcarus 

;julo:«us. Clia-ii<il>r\ltHM 

K»»ncllil'i>rnii8. AstiTUoptervx. 

tfiiiiiu-llua, I'lioliM 

j:iiiitlieri, Asiiidoplioroidt-s 

Hadri>j)tiTii8 

H<>i)loiiagru!t 

)j;iittatii8, I'crfopsitt 

jruttiliT, Opiiii'litbiis 

(Jyiiiiu'lis viridis 

(jyiuuocantliUH galuatus 

pistilliger 

tiyiiinosarda alleterata 

(IjTopleiirodiisfrancisci 

Hadropteriin asj>r«> 

evides 

jjimtlieri 

iuac'nic(']dialu8 

Hcit-nis 

Haiiiiiloii album 

iiiaorostoiuum 

parra 

]iliiiiiiei'i 

sriunis 

liarenpns, Cliipca 

Harriuta rali-i;;liana 

luHtatiis. (iobiiir^ 

lielleri, Xipbojdionis 

neiiiiauthias vivamiM 

Ilfinicaraiix amblyrbjncbus — 
hi-iuik"pid<>tu«. Heiiiilc]iidotii8.. 
Ut'iuilepidutUH bi-iiiilepiduttiR .. 

jordaiii 

il)'tiiirliaiii]>bii.s braxiliciirtiH 

ilciuitriiiteruH aiii<-ri(-aiiUH 

Iiein)diillii. StatliiDuuiitiiH 

lifiiHbawi, :>alinii clarkii 

Iientz, lIvpMobleniiiUH 

IIt«rni(mi1hi a/iiri'a 

Il<'t)-raiidria foninma 

bftri'iii'litiiN. FiindiiliiB ■ 

lli-tcro<loiitiiH ]ihilippii 

HexagraiiiiuuM ilt-i 'a;:raiiiniiiH . ... 

(K'tugraiiiiMiiM 

otakii 

Hlflleri 

siipt-rcilioHiiH 

llfxniicbiiii griMi-us 

lliutUiu Meb-iioi>« 

t(<r;:it<ii8 

11 ippiiraiii]uiii biidMoiiiiiN 

zoMtcrt' 

illiipoi^liiHHuldcM I'lnxmidon 

phiteMHuideii 

Hip])Ogl08M\IH bippogloHHiitt 



CCCXLVii,848 

L.xxvii,206 

ci ex XI 1, 776 

xr vm, 263 

cxxiv. 33« 

xcv, 255 

Liv, 139 

1.XXXIX, 237 

< XC'lii, 508 
CCXI.I, 6<14 

xciv, 254 
< LII.410 

CCLXXVIII. 671 

rccxvi, 7«3. 76;ja 

XX.\I,7.'i 

II. « 

c< XXVI. 574 

< CXLVI, 617 

CLVII,421 

cccxi III, 8;« 

rrcxLil. 832 

ccrxii. 755, 755a. 'fAl. 

tLXVll, 439 

CXCVi, 513 

I XXI, 329 

LXiv, 168 

• CCLII. f64-864e 

( rci. 730 

C( fi. 729, 729a, 72S>6 

cxx.xiv. 366 

111,9 

CLXVi, 436 

CLXVIl, 440 

fLXVII. 439 

( LXVI, 437 

CUXVii, 441 

CCIll, 528 

CCIV, 529 

cciv, 530 

ccv. 532 

ccv, 531 

LXX. 185 

XIX. 42 

<CCXXVl,788 

CXV. 304 

t XI II. '>05 I 

< xi.i.:{86 

crxc, 704, 704n. 7046 

CC.\C, 704, 7lMn, 7046 

« CXC. 703 

rxvii, 313 

tccv. 7.18 

r< < XL. 827 

LXXIX. 208 ■ 

(rcxxxix,823 
cc'XlX,558 \ 
cxiv, 302 I 

111.10 ' 

• ri.xxx, 676. 8760 

< < LXXX, 077 

< f-LXXXI, 680 

(Xl.xxxi, 678 

ciLxxxi,e79 

11,8 

I.XVI11, 181 

LXVIII. 180 

< XXI. 327 
rxxi,328 

r<(i.xxii,920 
• •crLXXii.9I9 
rriLXXi.OlH 



Text 
page. 

3462 

478 

2179 

610 

797 

591 

326 

543 

1229 

161)1 

590 

974 

1x50 

2112 

175 

19 

1484 

i(i.'i7 

992 

242»> 

2419 

2090 

103:( 

1244 

784 

383 

2479 

2010 

2006 

869 

20 

1032 

1030 

1033 

1031 

1037 

1295 

129' i 

1297 

1304 

1303 

421 

96 

2229 

701 

1223 

912 

103.''. 

1935 

19.^t 

2023 
2407 

493 
2811> 
2390 
1383 

687 

640 



1867 
1869 
18t>7 
1871 
1x72 
19 
414 

4n 

778 
2iil5 
2614 
2611 



Index to Geiiera and Species Illustrated . 



3215 



Genera arid species. 



liippoglossus, Hippoglossus 

hippos, Caraiix 

hippurus, Corypli»na 

hirnndo, Azurina 

Leiocottus 

liispidns, Mouiicaiitbus 

Histioliriuiehu.s iiilernalis 

Histidroltiis bilobus 

|{()lac':ii)tliu8 tricolor 

holbolli, Ceratias 

bolbrookii, Diplodus 

Holoceiitrus ascensioiiis 

hopkinsi, Hynnis 

Sfbastodes 

boplomystax, Sparisoma 

JIopb)paj;rus guntberi 

Iloplostelhns mediterraneus 

Iloplunjii.s schmidtii 

bospes, ]Mngil 

biidsoiiiws, Hippocampus 

Xotropis 

saludaima, Notropis . 

biiinboldtiannni. Cbirostouia 

liurneralis, I'aralabras 

Sardiiiclla * 

Hyboi)sia a-Hti^alis inarconis 

altns 

watauga 

Hydrolagus colliei 

hydropblox, Lcuciscus 

Hymciiocopbalus cavernosus 

Hyiinis hopkinsi 

Hy poclydonia bella 

Hyi)ocritichtbys aiialis 

Hypobomus aurautiacus 

spibitus 

HypomesHS olidns 

pretiosus 

HypoplecWus gemma 

miicolor nigricans 

Hypoprion brevirostris 

Hyporbampbns roberti 

nnifasciatus 

Hyy)sicoiuotes gobioides 

.Hy])sobleiiiiiiis licntz 

iontbas 

Hypsnrus caryi 

HypsyiJops rulticiindus 

Ilysterocarpiis traski 

hy strix, Diodou 

Icclinus borealis 

Iceliis canaliculatus 

spiuiger 

Icichthys lockiugtoni 

Ictalurtia angnilfii 

turcatus 

punctatus 

Ictiobns cypriucUa 

Ilyophia bViiniieus 

inermis, Kabirubia 

inl'ernalis, Histiobranchiis 

infirmiis, Xovaculicbtbys 

Inopsetta iscby ra \ 

inornatiis, Mii'iolepidotus 

insignis, Sclnll>eoilc> 

interniptiis. A it bojdites 

hitertinctus, Mystriophis 

intronigra, Dicrolene 

IogU)9sus calliiinis 

ionthas, Hypsoblenuius 

ios, (.'levelandia 



Plater and figure. 



Text 
' page. 



cccLXXi, 918 


2611 


CXLI, 387 


920 


CXLIX, 402 


952 


ccxxxiii, 588 


1544 


cccii, 731 


2011 


CCLIX, 634 


1715 


Lvii, 147 


3.52 


ccciii, 735 


2018 


ccLiii, 636 


1684 


CCCLXXXIX, 954 


2729 


ccxvii, .555, 555a 


1362 


cxxxi, 358 


848 


CXLIII, 391 


933 


CCLXXII. 65U 


1789 


CCXLIV, 611 


1632 


cxcvi. 513 


1244 


cxxx, 354 


837 


LVIII, 151 


361 


CXXVII, 345 


814 


cxxi,327 


777 


XLVII, 119 


2C9 


XLViii, 120 


270 


c XX 1 1 1, 334 


793 


cxc, 499 


1196 


Lxxiii, 193 


431 


LIII. 136 


316 


LI V, 138 


321 


UII, 137 


319 


XIX, 41 


95 


XLII, 104 


238 


CCCLXIX, 912 


2580 


CXLIII, 391 


933 


CLXXIX, 475 


1115 


ccxxx, 582 


150(1 


CLXVIII, 443 


1043 


CLXVIII, 442 


1040 


Lxxxvii, 231 


.525 


Lxxxvi, 230 


525 


CLXxxix,497 


1193 


CLXXXIX, 496 


1193 


v.lS 


41 


CXVll, 312 


721 


cxvi. 311 


720 


ccrxxxiii, 805 


2294 


rrcxxxix,823 


239(1 


(■ccxxxviii,822 


2388 


ccxxxi. 585 


1508 


CCXXXIV, 591 


1564 


ccxxvii,577 


1496 


CCLXVI, 647 


1745 


cCLXxxiv, 687 


1896 


cfLxxxvr. C93 


1917 


CCLXXXVI, 692 


1914 


CLI. 406 


969 


XXV. 57 


2788 


XXV, 56 


134 


XXV, 58 


134 


XXX. 70 


103 


LVI. 145 


350 


cxcix. 519 


1274 


LVII, 147 


352 


CCXLI, 606 


1616 


CCCLXXVI, 927 


2041 


CCX. 542 


1341 


XXVIII, 66 


147 


CLVII, 420 


991 


Lxv, 170 


386 


cccLviii. 882 


2522 


fccxxiii, 780 


2193 


cccxxx^^II. 822 


2388 


cccxxviii. 793 


2254 



* Plate by error labeled Sardinella sardina. 



?i'2lCt niillctin 47, United States National Museum. 



Cienern and Hpt-ciett. 



ri»t«- auil tigiire. 



Text 
page. 



iuwip, EtheoBtoma 

IpuopB iiiurrnyi 

iridfiiH, Saliiio 

liitlio liivitt.it 118 

ilixiiilus 

railiatuM 

iHchyra. InoiiHCtta 

iNiiophiiriis niifricaiiH 

Isiuiis (Ifkayi 

itiiiara. PiniiiiiTopt 

jaok, Myoxocej)lialus 

,ia|iiiiii('iiH, Ari-tOMio])U8 

jeukiDHJ, Fiindiilus 

j<-s8ia', Ktlii'ostoiiia 

Xenocys 

J onlauflla tlofiila- 

Jortlani, ('aulophryiie 

Eslopsarum 

Etbeostoma 

Hfiiiik'itidotus 

Myfteroiierca 

PantoPteiis 

K(in<|iiiln3 

Jonlaiiia zonope 

.IiiiiiriM picliardi 

juliif, Ktlieo^toiiia 

kaiiawha. Notropis 

Kallu-lo.itinna albit;uttn 

k.-ii<lalli, V.iiiia..: 

Kirtlaiidia va};'""n9 

klainatheiisis, AyoHia 

Cottiis 

Kiililia )ii]n-stri8 

Kyi>luiHiis sectatrix 

Laliiclithys cariiiatus 

eliinnams 

lacera, LagDcliila 

Lai-hiiolaimiiH inuxiiiius 

Lnft<»iilirv8 biraiulalis 

tricornis 

trigomis 

trif)iietor 

In'vi({atii8, Lartoplirys 

I.an<>f«!plialu8 la-vigatu» 

La^o'liilu iacera 

Lagixlon iliiiiiiboiileH 

lalaiiili. Seiiola 

lamia. Car<Larliiiiu» 

Laiii^jai'iiniiibica 

Lani)>a(l<'iia speciilicera 

LaiiipauyrtiiH rriH-mliliis . . . . 

Laiiipctru aiirt-a 

Hpa>)i<'ca 

1aiii]>ctrn-fiiriiii.H. Luiii]ieiiiiH. 

laiK'iNilatiiM, E<iiu's 

LariiiiiiH arj;«-iit<'ii« 

latiii-p.H. .M<-;;al<icoltlw 

latili'oiiH. Aiiiirliirliaa 

latlpiiiiiiM. < 'atoHtoiiiii8 

latiiH, Ciiraiix 



I.i'ioi'otliiH liiriuulo 

Il'lllplllllll.t. ( 'lit (118 

Li'ii»l(iiiiiin \aiil)iiirii8 ... 
I.ciiiiiut'iiia Itarliatiiliiiii. . . 
iiii-laiiurniii . . . 
lenli(;iniiHiiH. Kiiiiiolialns. 
l<-piili>t:«-iiy*. EtIiiMiHiiiiiia . 
I.i'piilopxi'tta liiliiicata . . . 

I.i'piilfpim caiidatiiH 

LepiHu»teu8 platostoiiiiis. 

tri8t<ITllUH .. 

Li'P<iniis aiiritus 



CLXXIV. 460 


1063 


LXXXIX.239 


546 


LAXXl, 216 


500 


C< XXXIX, 601 


1595 


(XXL, 6U2 


1597 


crxxxix,600 


1500 


<•(•( Lxxvi. 927 


2641 


cxxx\ni. 376 


891 


VI. 21 


48 


i.xxxv. 487. 487a. 4876 


1162 


< C.xcvi, 719 


1977 


rcc-xxxili, 807 


2297 


cvi, 284 


651 


< LXXIV, 461 


1084 


ecu. 526 


1285 


cxii, 208 


677 


CCCXCI, 957 


2735 


ex XIII. 335 


/ 793 
\ 2840 


eLXXlll, 458 


1079 


ccxe, 703 


1034 


f-LXXXVIlI. 493 


1176 


XXXI, 73 


171 


eccxxxii, 803 


22*9 


CCLX.XXII, 683 


1884 


CXXVIII, 348 


821 


< LXXVl, 466 


1093 


XLVl. 115 


264 


crr\xxiv,£i»9. 809a 


2312 


LX. 15'J. 159a 


375 


CXXIV. 336 


794 


UI. 133 


3144 


CCXCIII, 710 


1955 


CLXIII, 432 


432 


cexix.559 


1387 


LIX, 155 


368 


LIX. 156 


360 


XXXVIII. 94. 94a 


199 


c(XXXVii.597 


1579 


rciXII, 639. 63!tn. 0396 


1723 


eiLX 1.638 


1724 


leLXlII. 640. 640a 


1723 


eetxi. 6;t7 


1722 


CCLXIIl.tUl 


1728 


rCLXIM,641 


1728 


XxXVlll.94.94<i 


199 


CCXV. 552 


1358 


CXL. 3«*2 


003 


V, 17 


:i8 


VI i.*2 


4» 


XCI. 244 


561 


XCI, 243 


558 


11.5 


13 


II. 6 


13 


rccXLIv, 840 


2438 


cexxvi,575 


1489 


ecxxi. 565 


1421 


i-excix. 725. 725a 


1988 


ecexLVi. 845 


24 4» 


XXXI. 74 


174 


C-XUI, 389 


921 


CCCII,731 


2011 


rcxriv, 712 


1962 


n XXIII, 5C9 


14.'.8 


c<rLXVi,904 


2556 


r<CL.\vi, 905 


2557 


VIII. 28; IX. J8a, 286 


62 


ei.xxiv, 462 


1087 


rct-LXXVi. 928 


2643 


exxxvi. 373 


886 


XXII, 49 


no 


XXII. 50 


111 


cuy.. 425. 425a 


1001 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



321T 



Genera and species. 



Lbpomis luegalotis 

pallidus , 

Lepophidiuni marnjoratuni 

profnndorum .. 
Leptocepbalus caudiliiubatns 

conirer 

Leptocottus armatus 

Laptops oli van's , 

leptairus, Anarhulias 

Trichiurus 

Letiiarclius velifer 

Letliotremus muticus 

vinoleutns 

Leiiciscns balteatus 

bicolor 

liydropblox 

lineatus 

siuslawi 

Leuroi;lossus stilbius 

Liniandaaspera 

beanii 

ferruginea 

proboscidea 

lineatus, Achirus 

Leueiscus 

Roccns 

Liijpsetta glacialis 

imtnami 

liorus, Chasniistes 

Lii)aiis agaasizii 

cyciopus 

dennyi 

Lipogen ys gillii 

Lobotes surinamensis 

lockiuiitoni, Iciclitbys 

loujiisiiathum. Peris'tedion 

Lopliius ])iscatoriii8 

Lopbogobius cyprinoides 

Lophoiisetta m'aculata 

loreto, Graiuma 

Lota maculosa 

Lotella niaxillaris 

Lucauia pai'va 

luciae, Fundnlus 

lucida, 3]lboprora 

lucins, Lucius , 

Lucius lucius 

luasquinongy 

Lnmpenus lanipetr;efbrniis 

luackayi 

Inniitus, Cyclojiterus 

lupus, Anarbicbas 

Lycencbely s paxillus 

verrillii 

Lycodalepis polaris 

tJiriieri 

Lycodapus derniatinns 

Lycodes frigidus 

l>erspicillum 

reticnlatus 

zoarcbus 

Lycodontis niorinua 

Lycodonus niirabilis 

Lyconect es aleutensis 

Lyconeiua baibatum 

Lyospba'ra globoaa 

Ly thrulon oi)alescen8 

iiiacarellus, Decaptt-rus 

luacdoualdj, Funduhis 

Nanni)bracbium .. 
Xotropis 

Salnin clarkii 

niacellus, Prionistius 



Plate and figure. 



Text 



CLX, 426 


1002 


CLX, 427 


1005 


CCCLIII, 866 


2482 


ctCLiii, 867 


2484 


LVII, 149 


355 


LVII, 148 


354 


CCCII. 732 


2012 


XXVlI, 62 


143 


CCCXLVll. 847 


2447 


cxxxvii, 375 


88» 


LXI, 160 


375 


CCCXIII, 758 


2101 


cccxiv, 759 


2101 


xui, 105. 105« 


238 


XLI, 102 


232 


XLII, 104 


238 


XLI, 103 


232 


XUll, 106 


279T 


LXXXVII, 233 


527 


CCCLXXVII, 930 


2645 


CCCLXXVIII. 932 


2646 


cccLX.xvii, 929 


2644 


CCCLXXVIII, 931 


2645 


CCCLXXXVI, 947 


2697 


XLI. 103 


232 


CLXXX, 478 


1132 


CCCLXXX, 935 


264» 


CCCLXXX, 936 


2650 


XXXIV, 85 


183 


cccxvii, 765 


2121 


cccxvi, 764, 764 a 


2118 


cccxvii, 766. 766a 


2124 


XCIX. 266 


019 


cxciv, 510 


1235 


CLI,406 


069 


cccxxi, 775 


2178 


CCCLXXXVIII, 952 


2713 


cccxxvi, 786 


22<9 


CCCLXXXII, 938 


2660 


CXCIII.508 


1229 


CCCLXIV. 897 


255() 


cccLXiii, 895 


2546 


Cix, 292 


665 


CVll, 286 


G54 


XCII, 246 


5tJ5 


c, 269. 269a 


028 


C, 209, 269« 


628 


C. 270 


629 


CCCXLIV, 840 


24:^8 


cccxLiv, 839 


2436 


CCCXIII. 757 


2096 


cccxi VII. 846 


24 4 G 


crcLl, ?i60-860d 


2471 


CCCLI. 859 


2470 


CCCL, 857 


2468 


cccL, 858 


2469 


cccLiv, 870 


2492 


CCCL. 856 


2465 


CCCL, 855 


2465 


CCCXLIX, 854 


2465 


CCCXLIX, 853 


2464 


Lxv. 171 


395 


CCCLII. 862 


2474 


CCCXLVI, 844 


2444 


CCCLII, 863 


2474 


CCI.xvil, 649, 649a 


17.'.1 


CCvii,536 


1312 


CXL. 383 


909 


cvi, 283 \ 


651 


XCI,245 


563 


XLIX, 123 


284 


LXXXI,214 \ 


497 
2819 


<(LXXXIX.700 


1928 



321 S niilhtin 4.J, United States National Museum. 



( il-licril JIIlll H|M-<Ml-K. 



I'latf an<l Huurf. 



niackayi. Lnmpenua 

iimckt-nzii. Steiiodiis 

iiia<T«n-c)jliuliiH, Ha<lr«iiteru8 

inafTCxhfiliis, (■atostoiiiiis 

iiiacrorhir. Alilrovamlia 

iniu'roirnutliuiii. < tpiMtliognatliii.-* 

iiiiuroU'pis. I'liiitiiiiiH 

iiiacp>iihtlialiiiii8. Aiirioii 

iiiacnips, Cil liarirlit li ys 

inacro])t«'ni^. ( 'i-iitian-hus 

iiiacrostimium. lliiinulon 

iiiaciilata, I.opliopsct ta 

niaculatol'asciatus, I'aralabrax . . 
iiiaculatu», Aiilostoiuus 

CryplacaiitlKulcs 

Doriiiitatur 

Notoiliynt'liiis 

SciiinljCTimKiriis 

.S|)luT<>iiU's 

I pt'iieiis 

maculosa, Lota 

marulofliKs, 01i};<»cottu» 

iua<leireiisin, (Ji-rato8coi»i'lii.s 

lua-audricus, Canlarchus 

inagistralis. Epinuiila 

niajalis. I'liinliilus 

MalacostfUH iiijier 

iiialanli, rnileptiis 

niali;:er. SKbastodes 

ilallutiis villosus 

nialina, Salvelinim 

nianatiim^-, Haratliroilenius 

Maiicalia!) Hburt-lilti 

Manta hirostris 

iiiarconiH. Hybopsis ii'Stivalis 

iiiariziiiata. IJisaola 

marginatus, Ni-oby t bites 

Sympbiirus 

iiiarianii.s. Fhminieo 



iiiariiiiDi. Pt'lromyzoii 

Sfbastes 

iiiartiinratiini, Lfpoi>bidiuin .. 
llla^Illo^iltIl^4, Scorpn iiiihtliyn 

iiiaK<iuinon;:y. Lucius 

nia\ lUaris, I-ntcUa 

iiiaxillingua. Exo^bifsuni 

iiiaxillima, ( iiiatliyjwps 

luaxiiuns, Cctorbinu.-i 

Lacliuubiitnus 

iiicadiii', Uloci'iiira 

nifanyi, Kuscarius 

Meilialuiia laliloriiit'n.sis 

nie<lii>criM. roinolubu.s 

iue<lit«Tiaiiiiis, Hopliiatetbus. 

iiiciluHicola. Caraiix 

mfihiHii]))iai:uH. ScliedopbiluH. 

McgabHotiurt latiicps 

pbityccpbalus . . 

liic;;aliit i)*, I>>puliiiH 

Melaiiourauiinus nulctiiius — 

iiifhiiKipH. Minvtreuia 

Seb.ir^l.xb-H 

iiiflanOHticiiiH, I'xetticlitbys.. 

Mi-biniihtimna paiiinichis 

iiicbiiiuniiii. Lciiiouetua 

ini-biH, A niciui'us 

Mcllutcs papilio 

MtMiidia gracilis iH-rvlliiia 

pculiiHulic 

MoiitioirrbuH aiucricauus 

McrlucciuH jiroductuH 

lut'iriaiui, KuipctricbtLys 



OCCXLIV.SM . 
LKXVII. 204 
fl.xvi, 437 I 
XXXIII, 81 
xrviii. 262 I 
<rrxxxi.«iK), «00a 
rcLXXViii. »572 
f<i, 523 

CCCLXXXV.ftM 

CLV,417 

rciv.529 

ccrLxxxii.938 

rxc. 49«i 

cxx, 324 

<CCXLV. 843 

cccxxiv. 782 

11.7 

CXXXIV, 368 

CCLXIV. 644 

rxxxii, 362 

CCCLXIV, 897 

CCCII. 733 

XC. 242 

• CCXXXV. 812 

< XXXV. 371 

fi. 271. 271a. 2716 I 

xcv, 256 I 

CCCr.XII. 894 

CCLXXIV,664 

Lxxxv.rjo 

LXXXU.219 
CCCLVII. 880 ; 

cccxc, 955 

XVIII. 39 

LIII. 136 

crcLiii. 868 

CCCLVII, 878 

CCCLXXXVII.949 

CXXXI.359 

1.3 , 

CCLXVIIT,652 I 

CC< LIII. 866 

CCLXXXIII,6*<5 

C. 270 

CCCLXIII. 895 

LIV. 140 

CCCXXXl. 801 

VH. 23 
CCXXXVII. 597 
CLXIX.44i 
CCLXXXV. 690 
CCXX. 560 
LXXI. 188 
rxxx. 354 ' 
rxLiii. 390 
n.i.4C7 I 
trxrix. 725. 725<i 
i-CXClX, 724. 724<i 1 

CLX. 426 

crcLXl. 892. H92<J 

XXXVI. 90 

CCLXIX.t>54 ' 

tCCLXXIII.921 

cr<LII. 865 

ccci.xvi. 905 I 

XXVI. 60 
rcLX XXIX, 702 ! 

cxxiv. 3;{8 I 
cxxiv.:u7 
ccxxv, 572 
cc< Lix. 884 
ex. 294-294«f 



Text 
'pagf. 

■ 24;J6 

474 

I 1031 

17K 

I G09 

2281 

IK". J 
1280 
2084 

088 
12'.Hi 
266*1 
119G 

754 

2443 

21'.»6 

17 

M74 
1733 

858 
25:>0 
2013 

557 
2328 

h8ii 

639 

593 
2545 
1822 

.■>20 

507 

2517 

2730 

92 

316 
248lt 
2515 
2708 

852 
2871 
10 
1760 
2482 
1889 

629 
2546 

327 
2284 
51 
157!» 
2852 
l'.KI*l 
13!tl 

42."i 

837 

924 

970 
198> 
1987 
UKi-J 
2542 

1H7 

17S-: 

26l(. 
247t 
2557 

141 
1932 

797 

797 
1474 
25:il 

667 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3219 



Genera and species. 



Mesogonistins chsetoilou 

luetallicua, Notropis 

niicrodon, Pseudotriakis 

Microgadus proximus 

tonicod : 

MifTolepidotus inornatus 

microlepidotus, Ortliodon 

niicrolepis, Mycteroperca 

Micio])erca fouticola 

Micropogou nndulatiis 

iiiicrops, Caulolatilus 

Micropterus dolonneii 

salmoidfH 

MicroMpathodon bairdii 

chrysiinis 

dor.salis 

uiilberti, Galeicbtliys 

miles, Porogadus 

miniatum, PtTistedioii 

niiniatus, Sebastodes 

miuiiiia, Abeoua 

Minytrema nielaiiops 

mir.ibilis, Lycodouus 

uiiurus, Scliilbeodos 

Mola mola 

mola, Mola 

Mouaeanlljiis ciliatus 

hispidna 

mouii-, Stephanobery X 

nioD(>j)terygiiis, Aspidophoroides 

Pleurogramuius 

inontauns, Thymalln.s tricolor 

iiumticola, Agonostoiiius 

iiiordax, Osmeiiis 

iiioiiuga, Lycodonti.s 

iiiorio, Epirieplieliis 

Morone araericana 

Moxostorua austrinum 

congestuiii 

riipiscart es 

mucosHS, Neoliparis 

Miigil cephalus 

curenia 

liospes 

niulleri, Pempberig , 

Mulloides ratlilmui , 

M nil us aiiratus 

lunltifasiiatus, Pronotograninins 

umra'na, t'alechelys , 

Mura'ua insularum 

retit'era 

nmrrayi, Ipnops 

nmsc.iiiuii, Kinii<((la 

iiiiiticus, Litbotrinius 

Myctdoin'ria lioiuici 

bouleiigeri 

falcata i)lR'nax 

jordaui ". 

iiiicrole]>is 

veneuosa 

Myctopbwm opaliuiim 

Mylocheilus caniiniis , 

luyops, Traehinoiepbaliis 

Myoxocepbalus a-ueiis 

axillaris 

.iaok 

nlger 

oetodecimspinosiis . . 
polyacautliocepbalus 

scorpius , 

stelleri 

verrucosus 



Plate and figure. 



Text 
page. 



CLVIII, 423 


995 


L. 128 


297 


IV, 14 


27 


CCCLX, 889 


2539 


cccL.x. 890 


2540 


ccx, 542 


1341 


XXXIX, 96 


207 


CLXXXVIII, 404 


1177 


cLXXVil, 470 


1104 


ccxxiv. 570 


1461 


cccxxx. 799 


2277 


CLXII. 430, 430a 


1011 


CLXIII, 431 


1012 


crxxxv. 592 


1566 


CCXXXVI.593 


1567 


CCXXXVI, 594 


1568 


.XXIII, 53 


128 


CCCLVIII, 881 


2520 


cccxxi. 774 


1 2178 


CCLXXIII, 662 


1794 


ccxxviii, 578 


1497 


XXXVI. 90 


187 


cccLii. 862 


2474 


XXIX, 68 


148 


CCLXVII. 650 


1753 


CX'LXVII, 650 


1753 


CTLIX, 633 


1714 


CCLIX, 634 


1715 


rx XIX, 353 


836 


C'CCXII, 756. 756n 


2091 


CCLXXIX, 675 


1864 


Lxxxiv, 224, 224n 


/ 519 
\ 2871 


CX.XVII, 347 


819 


LXXXVI, 228 


523 


LXV, 171 


395 


CLXXXIV, 485 


1160 


CLXXXI. 479 


1134 


XXXVll. 92 


19i 


XXXVI, 91 


192 


XXXVII. 93 


196 


CC'CXV, 761, 761(T 


2111 


CX XV I, 343 


811 


CXXVI. .344 


813 


CXXVll. 345 


814 


CLIII. 412 


978 


cxxxn, 361 


857 


CXXXII. .360 


856 


C.XCII, 506 


1226 


LXIII, 164 


378 


LXV, 172 


400 


Lxvi, 173 


401 


LXXXIX, 239 


547 


cccxxxv, 813 


2338 


rccxiii, 758 


2101 


CLXXXvii, 492 


1174 


CLXXXVII. 490 


1171 


CLXXXVIII. 495 


1185 


CLXXXVIII, 493 


1176 


CLXXXVIII. 494 ' 


1177 


CLXXXVII. 491 


1172 


XCII. 247 


571 


XL, 99 


219 


LXXXVIII, 235 ; 


533 


rcxcv. 715, 715(7 


1972 


rcxcvii, 721 


1980 


crxcvi, 719 


1977 


ccx< VIII. 723 


1985 


CCXCVI. 717 ' 


1976 


CCXCVl. 718 


1976 


CCXCV, 716 


1974 


• TXCVIII, 722. 722n. 722'* 


1981 


ccxcvii, 720. 720a 


1079 



3220 



nullctin 4j, UniUd StaUs National Museu 



m. 



(M-m-ra and a]ie<-ie8. 



Myrirhthv- pnntostigniiiiii 

tiKriniis 

iiiyHtcM, Siorpiiuft 

■II VHi ill iiH. S4-liaHt iwieH ...'.'.'.'..'..,'. 

M.VHtrii.jiliiM intirtinctUH......' 

iiaiiiayciiMli, C'rioti vomer 

Niiiiiiol.racliiiiiii iuac<lonal<li .'. 

N «i li lie bra^ilicDMiH 

iiariiiari, .EtoliatiiM .'.'.' 

NaiKTates (liutiir 

iiaucrat4», Kilieii«i» '_\\] 

iiavaua, KU'L'iiiiis 

lubiilosiis, CviioRcion '." 

Xenial i»t iiu "pott.iralis 

Neiniili t h.VH a vmetta '. 

Xeobyt liiles gillii 

iiiarginatUH 

Nemliniis satiririLs 

Nwdijiaris call yixli.n ■........'.'..'. ! 

tlone 

creiiii 

lllUrn.siis 

Xeniiiii-iiis aiialis _"_"_"_' 

ajKHliiH '] 

ay a .'..'...'."' 

sviiagrif* 

lierka. ( hic.ili vii< Iiuh .' ' 

II i^'er, Ceil t rolophius ...!...... 

< 'IiihsiuimIuii 

Malaciistt-iiH .".".'.".'.'.'."." 

Myoxooejihalus . 

iiiKii.aiiu, HyiH.i.ltctrus iinicoior!."...".'." 

IstiopiKiruH 

iiitf'I'inniH. AigyroHoiuu.s 

Batlivi;oini.H 

nijjrirostris. CliatiMlon 

iii«rjta. Gamipa '..'.'.'. 

uigrooiuft us. belia^t. xles '....'. 

nigriiiu, BoleoHonia '.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

olniNtedi, ISoleosoiiia 

iiocfiiiiis. Xotroilis 

nociiinnis. Sebilbeode.s . !!!!!...... 

DoniialiN. Ka.sso7.et lis '..'.'.'.'.'. 

Niitac-authiis aiialiH 



Pl«t« anil ligiira. 



l>liaM;;anorii.>^ 
iiofatns. Fiindiiliis 



iioteniiHoiioiiles. Xotropis 

notliiis, CyMoscion " 

XotDilivnVhim iiiaiiilatiis ..... 

ii<>to»piloI IIH. .\ Ht nily teg 

Xotruiiis a/.tf<.'ii8. . ." 

eayiiga atrocaiidalis. 

t'liiliiiahiia 

eofcojienis 

Ui'lai-tiiriiii , 

IiuilHouiiis 

HaliidaniiH 

kanawlia 

iiiacilonaMi .., 

llll'tJllllcllH 

liocuniis 

uuteniit:<>n(ildeH ...... 

nux 

RwainI 

teli'HropiiH 

xvelaku 

wliipplii 

noitil, Fiiiiiluliiit 

Xotiirim llaviiH "]" 

NovaiiiliclitliyM inrtriniii"!!!! . 

ventralia 

IlKX. AlirlieniipterilH 

niinator. lirvoHteuju 



LXII. 102 

I.XI. 101 

C<-L.x .XVII. 870 

tru.\.\,«5« 

L.xv, 170 

L.XXXII.217 
XCI. 245 
XIII, :{5. 3.Sa 
XV, XVI. 37, 37a 
CXXXIX,379 
« CTXXIX. 79« 
CC(LX.888 
fCxxi. 563 
CXXXVlii. 377 
i.X. 157. 157a. \hlh 
(CCLvii, g77 
rc( Lvii, 878 
rccxxxvi.816 
rrcxiv, 7(J0, 760a 
cccxv, 762 
• crxvi. 763. 763a 
fCCXV. 761. 761a 
CXCVIII..517 
<xcvu, 515 
rxcvii.516 
cxrvni.518 
LX X v I II , 207. 207o. 2076 
rXLIX.4<l3 
CCCXXXII.804 
X( V. 256 
rcxiviii, 723 
CLXXXIX. 496 
fXXXVlI. 376 
LX XV I, 203 
rc( XI. 753 
ccxi.viii,620 
CLXXXIV. 486 
CCLXXVI.667 
t-LXX. 450 
tLXXI.451 
XI.VII. 118 
XXVII. 64 
rccLvi. 875 
xrviii. 264 
XI vin.2«5 
iviii. 2M9 
L.127 
orxx. 561 
11,7 
• TLxxxiv. (W8. 688a 
XI. V. 112 
•Xl-vi. 114 
XLVI. 110 
XLIX. 124 
Xl,viii, 122 
XI.VII. 119 
Xl.viii. 120 I 
XLVI. 115 \ 
XLIX. 123 

U12H , 

XI.VII. UK 

L.127 

M.vii, 117 

\UX.125 

L, 126 

XLV, 113 

XLVIII. I'Jl 

* VIII. 288 

XXVII. 83 

crx LI, 606 

rrxLi. 605 

«-<X"XXXVii, 819 

CC1'XLI.82» 



Text 
page. 



28U-. 
376 
1849 
1784 
386 
501 
5«3 
78 
8X 
900 
2269 
2537 
1409 
895 
369 
2512 
2513 
2355 
2110 
2111 
2112 
2111 
12&'. 
1258 
12C4 
1266 
471 

2291 
593 

1985 

1193 
891 
472 

207k 

1673 

1161 

1827 

U>5«i 

1057 
268 
140 

2507 
015 

010 

6:.9 

29** 

1406 
17 

1899 

258 

200 

265 

2KI 

279 

269 

270 

264 

284 

2»7 

268 

292 

267 

2»i) 

292 
2799 

27H 

O.'iS 

144 
1616 
1615 
2373 
2410 



Index to Getiera and Species Ilhcstrated. 



32:>1 




nux, Notropis 

obey euse, Etheostoma 

oblon j> us, Paralifhthys 

occa, Cielorhy iichus 

Occa (lodecaeilron 

occidentalis, Catostomus 

Tetronarce 

ocearicus, Gobius 

occllaris, Fundulus 

(ice.Uata, Ka.ja 

ocellatU8, Clui'todon 

Opliic'lithus 

Platopbrys 

Sciifnops 

Zenopsis 

octodecimspinosus, Myoxocephalus. 

oetogrammus, Hexagrammos 

octoneanis, Polydactylus 

ociilatns, Etelis 

Ocy urns cbrysiirus 

( )g'(ii(( phahis vespertilio 

Ogilbia cayorum 

ventralis 

olferai, Argyropelecus 

olifl us, Hy poniesus 

Ohgocottus niaeulosus 

Oligdplitfs saurus 

olist bostomus, Gerres 

olivaris, Laptops 

ohnstedi, Boleosoma nigrum 

oniostignium, Otopbidiuiu 

Oiicocot t us (luadricornis 

Oucorhyiicbus gorbusclia 

iierka 

tscbawytscba 

ouitis, Tautoga - - 

oiiab'sci-ns, Lytbrukm 

opaliuum, MY<t<ipliuiu 

Opbicbtbus guttifer 

oceUatus 

Ophidion doiigat us 

Opistbognatbus inacrognathuiu 

Opsaiius pardus 

( )p8opa'ouus bolbnani 

emiliie 

osculus 

oqnassa, Salvelinus 

oregonensis, Ptycbocheilus 

oniatus, I'holis 

Oitbodon microlepidotus 

Ortbopristis cbrysopterns 

reddinsi 

osculus, Opsopo'odua 

Osnierus dontex 

mordax 

thaleicbtbys 

osteorbir, Rlioiiil»orbirus 

otakii. Ilexagiauimos 

Otopbidium onuistigmum 

Otiyiiter caiinnus 

ovigeruni, Hatbypbasrua 

Ovoidcs setosus 

Oxylebins pictus 

oxyrbyucbus, Acipeiiser st urio 

pa'citicus, Tbaleicbthys 

pagei, Etbeostonia 

pagvus, Pagrus 

Pa^rus jtagrus 

palTasii, Clu])ea 

Pallasiiia barbata 

pallidus, Fundulus 

Leponiis 

paiuuielas, Melauostigiua 



XLVII. 117 1 


267 


CLXXV. 463 


1092 


CCCLXXIV, 924 


26:i2 


CCCLXIX, 913 


2588 


cccvin, 743 


2044 


xxxiii. 79 


178 


XI, 33 


77 


cccxxvii, 789, 789a 


2230 


cii, 274 


642 


X,30 


08 


( cxLix, 621 


1674 


CCI, 524 


1282 


LXiv, 169 


383 


CCCLXXXII, 939 


2663 


ccxxii, 567 


1453 


CCXLVI, 618 


1660 


CCXCVI, 717 


197C 


CCLXXX, 677 


1869 


cxxviii, 350 


830 


fxcix, 520 


1275 


cccxcii. 958, 958a, 958?> 


2737 


CCCLV, 873 


2503 


CCCLV, 872 


2503 


xcvii, 261, 261a 


604 


LXXXVII, 231 


525 


cccn,733 


2013 


cxxxviii, 378 


898 


ccxviii, 557 


1376 


XXVII, 62 


143 


CLXXI, 451 


1057 


ccCLiv, 869 


2490 


ccc, 728 


2001 


LXXVII,205 


478 


Lxxviii. 207, 207a, 2076 


481 


LXXVII, 206 


479 


ccxxxvii, 596 


1578 


ccvii, 536 


1312 


XCIl, 247 


571 


LXIV, 168 


383 


LXIV, 169 


383 


CCLXXX1I,C81 


1875 


CCCXXXI. 8U0, 800a 


2281 


cccxxxv, 810 


2316 


xLiv, no 


248 


XLIV, 109 


248 


XLIV, 108 


' 248 


LXXXIII, 221 


514 


XLI, 101 


224 


CCCXLII, 833 


2419 


XXXIX, 96 


207 


CCX, 541 


1338 


CCIX, 540 


1336 


XLIV, 108 


248 


Lxxxvi, 229 


524 


LXXXVI, 228 


523 


Lxxxv, 227 


522 


cccxxx, 798 


2273 


CCLXXXI, 680 


1867 


CCCLIV, 869 


1 2490 


CCX I, 543 


1345 


CCCXVIII, 767 


; 2128 


CCLXV, 646 


1 1739 


CCLXXX 1 1, 682 


1878 


XX, 45 


105 


LXXXV, 226 


.'.21 


CLXXV. 464 


1092 


ccxv, 551 


1356 


ccxv, 551 


1356 


LXX, 186 


422 


CCCVIII, 744 


2049 


Cll.272 


638 


CLX, 427 


1005 


CCCLII, 865 


2479 



3222 



Bullet 11} /7, U Jilted States National Museum. 



Genera and HiH-cien. 



iiaiianienHiH, Azwia 

riiiitoNt«-tiN jurdaui 

|iRiitiinti':iiiiiiH, M yrichthv!* 

piipilio, Mtllitei*. * ". 

Itapillosiiiii, Syaciniii 

|iniii<l<ixa. (ianiiaiiiiia 

iiarHiliiMiH. I'Hyclirultites 

I'uralabra.v hiiiiicraliH 

luaciilatiitaHriatils . 

I'uralepiH ron-Koiioiiles 

I'arali<htliyn dcntatiis 

ol. lentils 

8i|iiaiiiileiitiiH 

I'araiiDiiaM ftircifer 

|iaraNitioii8. Siiiieu<'li».'lys 

liariliiM, OpHaiiiiH 

]iarmatiis, Si-iarchfs 

parra, IImiiiiiIiiu 

jiarrii', (,'lcjiticuH 

parii, I*i'|irilu8 

parva, I.iiranin 

paxillim, LycfiK-helys 

]ie(-tiiiatUH, rrisli.H 

jM-etoralis, Dallia 

\ciiiati.stiu8 

pelliicida clara, Aiuniocryiita . ... 
reiiiiilierin iinilleri 

}>(>cy i 
{aKcaniclitlivH 

!kleuidiu 

iieniia. (.'alanine 

reprihis parn 

rcrca (la vcHcens 

I'orcina cajirodf.s 

I'ercopsis cut tat U8 

reri»t<Mlioii craoilr 

Tonui.s|iathuiii 

iiiiniatiim 

platyi'eplialtiiii 

JHTploXUH, Cot t us 

p»TMpi<tilliiiii. LycodcH 

iHTtlifi'atiK*, Stoli']ilioiiis 

PftroiiiyzoM uiai'iiiii.s 

Pliant^rlidon fiircatim 

iilin8;,'aii<)niH, Xotacaiithu.s 

I'JH-riaooliiiiH iiraiKip.4 

plii'iiax. Mycl»'np]Mna I'alfata... 
|>hila(l<'lplii<'iis, C<-utriipri»t<'.s. .. 

iiliilippii. lIi-t<TO(l«)iitiirt 

I'liilypiiiiH (loriiiitor 

I'lmliH diiliilmyastiT 

u'linnellus 

(iriiatiiH 

I'liotoiH'i'ifrt trra<'ili« 

I'll VHIl'll Ills I'll I V 118 

pk-hurdi, .lotiinis 

pirtiiH. (,'liaiinax 

Oxyl.'l.iim 

iii|c;iiii'ntariiiH, Apd^oii 

riiiii'lniiiotopnu iiiilclifi- 

pinj;nli. Trinlojis 

piiiiiatii8, Syiiaplii)liraiicbu8 

piiiiiiK'T, Si'l>a8tcHle« 

piHcaliiriiiM, Lii]>liiiiH 

iiiHHiiiH. Klootrli* 

riHdiMloiiiipliirt (■ nil- 111 iter 

i)iHilllii:i'i', (iyniiiiiniiitliiiH 

I'lacopliarynx diic|iicsiiii 

)ila;:iiiHa. .'^yiiililiiilllH 

lllatcHMIMdcM, lll|lpo;;l(>8l>0idc<8 . . . 

rliill<'litli\8 Htfllatiir. 

I'lati)phr.\8 ix-fllatiis 

plat<)rliync-bii8, Sca|ililrLyDchuH 



Plat«- .(ud Hgiirt). 



rrcuuxtv.942 
XXXI. 73 
LXII. 102 

• TLXXXIX, 702 
CCCLXXXIII. Ml 

CCXJXXVII. 790 

CCCVI, 740 

CXC, KV» 

CXC, 498 

xrvi, 260 

CCCLXXIIl. 922 
t<<LXXIV. 924 

• TCLXXIV. 923 

cxni, 504 
LVI. 144 

• ccxxxv, 810 

• CLXXIX. 673 

cciv, 530 

< <XXXV1II, 599 

CL,404 

cix, 292 

CCCLI, 800, »m)a. %mi. 860c, 860d 

VIII, 27 

X( IX, 2ti7 

rxxxvm, 377 

C'LXXII, 454 

CLIII,412 

rLiil,4]3 

I.XIII. 106, I6«S<l 

CXXIV, 337 

fCXIv, 549 

CL,404 

CLXV, 435 

CLXV, 436, 43fl<J 

CXXI. 329 

CCCXXII, 776 

C( CXXI. 775 

rcrxxi, 774 

CCCXXII, 777. 777o 

CCX<III. 709 

cccu 855 

LXXIV. 190 

1.3 

CCXXX. 583 

xcviii. 205 

U, 130 

ci.xxxvill, 495 

cxci, 501 

III. 10 

CCCXXIV^7M1 I 
CCCXLII, 831 I 

cccxLii. 832 

CCCXLII, 833 

xcv. 255 

crci.Xlll.896 

rxxviii, 348 

cm.x XXIX, 953 

rri.xxxii.682 

ciAXViii, 472 

r< XXXVIII, 598 

rcLXXXVii mw 

t.vi. 146 

ccLXXIII. 661 

ircLXXXViii,952 

<N ex XV. 783 

1~XII, 103 

f«x;i, 729. 729a, rOAh 

XXXIII.82 

cccLxxxvm.950 

<fCLXXII.919 
cccLXXXl 937. 937<i 
LX-CLXXXII, 939 
XZt,48 : 



Text 
P««*- 

2«77 
171 

28C2 

1932 

2671 

2232 

2026 

1196 

:iD6 

002 

2629 

2t5:jJ 

26;il 

1221 

349 

2310 

1800 

1297 

LiSfi 

965 

665 

2471 

00 

621 

895 

1063 

978 

979 

379 

797 

1354 

965 

1U23 

1020 

784 

2179 

2178 

2178 

2 1 80 

1955 

2465 

442 

10 

1506 

616 

:i04 

1185 

1201 

2194 
2416 
2419 
241'.' 

.VJl 
2547 

821 
2726 
1878 
1109 
1585 
l!t2:« 

Xll 
1793 
2713 
2200 

377 
20')6 

198 
2710 
2(114 
2«:i2 
2603 

107 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3223 



Genera and species. 



I)];itoatoinii8, Lei)i8osteus 

liliityct'jilialum, Peristedion .. 

l>latycei)lialuB Anieiurus 

Mesalocottus . 

Platygobio gracilis 

Plectromus cransiceps 

suborbitalis 

plenriticus, Salnio claikii 



PlenroKTamniiis monoiiterygins 

Pleurouectes quadritnhiTciilatns 

Pleuroniciitbya decurreus 

pluiiiieri, Hasmulou 

pocatello, Catostonius 

Podotbecus acipenserinus , 

acciplter , 

veteriHis 

Precilia presidioni.s 

poeyi, Pempheris 

Pogonias t-hromis 

polaris, Lycodalepis 

Pollachiiis vireiis 

polyacaiitlioi(i)lialuiii, Bryosteraa 

j)oly:i<'antlii)(('iih;ilii.H, Myoxocepbalus. 

PolydactyliiH (M'toiiciiius 

I'olydddU spatlmla 

I'olyprion aiiiciioaiius 

Polyptenis bicliir 

Pomacantliua arcuatus 

zonipectu.s 

Pomatomiis saltatrix 

I'omolobus w.slivalis ! 

chrysocliloris 

mediocris 

pst'udoiiarengus 

pomotis, Acantliarchiis 

Pomoxi.s annularis 

sparoides 

Pontimis macrolejiis 

Porichtbys porosissimus 

Porogadus luiles 

Poronotus triacanthus 

porosissiiims, Poricbtbys 

jiottsii, ICllifostdiiia 

])rfsidiciiiis, I'd'ciiia 

pretiosus, Hyjjomesus 

Priacaiitlms arenatus 

])riiice])8, Cottus 

Piionacti ylaiica 

I'lioiiistiiis iiiacellu.s 

Piioniidfs biiUeri 

Piionotu.s alatus 

carolinus 

evolaiis 

scit ulus 

stearnsi 

Pristis pectinatus 

probatocepbalus, Ai'cbosargiia 

proboacidea, Limaiida 

lirobiiscidens, Cba'iionnigil 

])i(i(era, ^'elletil'a , 

prodiutus, MerhicciiiH 

proluudoiniii, Lt'iiopbidium 

.Scyllidiliimia 

Zestict'liia 

Pvoinicioiis itaiara 

Pronotdgiaiiiinus niultifasciatus 

proridfiis, ( 'alauius 

l)roxiiuns, Microgadiis 

Psf tticbtbys inelaimstiotus 

pseiidobareiigus, Pouiolobua 

Pseiid(>)deuroiie('ttis nniericaniis 

Paciidopriacautbus altus 



Plate and figure. 



XXII, 49 

cccxxii, 777, 777a 

xxvn, 61 

ccxcix, 724, 724a 

Liv, 139 

cxxx, 356 

cxxx, 355 

LXXX,211 

ccLxxix, 675 

.CCCLXXIX, 934 

CCCLXXV, 926 

CCV, 532 ■ 

XXXIl, 76 

CCCIX, 746 

cccviil. 745, 745a 

CCCIX, 747, 747a 

CXIV, 303 

CLIII. 413 

CCXXV, 573 

CCCL. 857 

CCCLIX, 886 

cccxLi, 828 

ccxcvi, 718 

cxxviii, 350 

XX. 43, 43a 

CLXXXI, 480, 480o 

1,2 

CCLI, 623 

CCLII, 624 

OXLVIII, 400 

LXXI, 190 

Lxx, 187 

LXXI, 188 
LXXI, 189 
CLV,418 
CLIV, 415 
CLIV, 410 
CCLXXVIII, 672 

cccxxxv, 811 

cccLViii, 881 

CL, 405 

cccxxxv. 811 

CLXXIII,4J9 

CXIV, 303 

LXXXVI, 230 

cxcv, 511 

CCXCIV, 713 

IV, V. 16, 16a 

CCLXXXIX, 700 

CXCI, 503 

CCCXIX, 770 

CCCXViii, 768 

cccxx, 772 

CCCXIX, 769 
CCCXX, 771 

VIII. 27 
ccxvi. 554 

(CCLXXVIII. 931 
CXXVII. 346 
LVIII, 1,52 
CCCLIX, 884 I 

cccuii, 867 
m, 11 

CCC. 726 

CLXXXV, 487, 487a, 487^ 

CXCI I. 506 

ccxill. 547 

COCLX, 889 

CCCLXXIII.921 

LXXI, 189 

CCCLXXIX, 933 

cxcv, 512 



Text 
page. 

110 

2180 

142 

1987 

326 

843 

841 

r 496 

I 2819 

1864 

2648 

2637 

1304 

175 

2061 

2055 

2063 

697 

979 

1482 

2468 

2534 

2408 

1976 

830 

101 

1139 



1679 

1681 

946 

426 

425 

425 

426 

989 

987 

987 

1855 

2319 

2520 

967 

2319 

1082 

697 

525. 

1237 

1962 

33 

1928 

1213 

21.">9 

2156 

2168 

2157 

2160 

60 

1361 

2645 

816 

365 

2531 

2484 

22 

1990 

1102 

1226 

1350 

2539 

2618 

425 

2647 

1239 



y.-J'j-i n,ill,ti„ ^j^ l-'nitcd States National Museum. 



<ifiii'ra iiiiil Hpecies. 



PHcii<li»«rariis pnnrainaia 

Psi-ixliitriukiH iiiiiiuilctn 

i)Mitt iciiH, X.\ riilit li.\ s \\\\ 

I'syrliroliites |iiirailu\-iiH 

I*Hv<-hr<)iiiii8tfr iii.Hi'iiitiliia . . 

I'tlliclilliys ).'<)Oili'i 1 \ 

I'lyi'liocliciliiH ori-jioni-nsiH 

puueteiiHiH, Cliitiiiiutiis 

I>iilcli«T, I'liiieloiiifiopdu 

|>i]|ver<-ii8, Fiiiiiliilus 

j>iiuriatu8, JtiMliiiniis tiilvus 

lctaliirii« 

.Sticli!i-us 

Xi'sunis 

l>iiiictiilataH, (.'ottiM 

)>utiianii, Li(ii)setta 

jivjjiiiii-a, Uiiihia ], 

<jua<lracu8, A)K'ltfs 

<|iia<Iri«'oriiis. Onc'oiottii.s 

ijiiadritiliH, ltatliy|itei'i>is '. 

i|iiailritiilMTi'iilatU8, I'leiironcctes ... 

•jiiailniccllata, Anovlopsetta 

(^iiaHsirfinuB eviontlias 

<j iiifHcciis, Copiliiinli-lliia ! 

Kal>i I'll Ilia iiicniiis 

Ra<h.vcfiitroii caiiadiis 

radiatUH, Iridio 

iiadiiliuus asprelliis ' 

buleoiiles 

Jia.ja ackleyi ] 

iTinacea 

occllata 

Htclliilala 

raleighaiia, Harriola , \\ 

Ran/aiiia tnnicata ' 

rajdi idoiiia, Tvlomi ni> \\\ 

KaHtiiiiim 8ciitij;ir 

ratbliiiui. I'liiidiiliis 

Mulloid.-* 



Plate and ti^fiiro. 



rectifruuuiii, Kiipomaceutru.s 

ri'ddiii(;i. Ort li<ipri8ei« 

Kf;;alecii8 ;:lcsiir 

re(;ali8, CyuoHcidii 

Si'oinbtTKiuoriis 

ri'giiis, Urojdiyi-is 

JJiiiiiira braclAptcra 

rcticiilaiii.s. Lv<'<>de.s 

retifiTa, Miira'iia 

rPtiDHella. -\poj,'oii '.. 

IvIiariM liiliis tnxotew 

Ifhaiiipliociittiis ricliardHoiii 

lUiiiiicbthys diilris 

IMiiiioliatiiM b'litiuinosuN 

Kbiuoptera HtfiiidiicbiiiTi 

rbodoriiH, .\s<fli(htli\ s .'.' 

KhoiiilxirhiriiM iistfoiliir 

rlioiiilioidi-H. Laffdibiii 

Kboiiiliitpliti-H aiii'dni lieiiH 

rii'bardHdiii, ANtroiii-stbi-H 

Kbaiii|ihdi'dttii8 

riliiatdr, liatbyMtdiiia 

ICiiiiii'dht III II Hi a I'll III 

rltiiimiiH, KtrdpiiH 

KiHHdbt iiiaruiiiiita 

rir libit iiH, Cirrbitej* 

robfiti, Il.v|i>irliaiii]ibu8 

KdCfuM ibrysops _' 

liii<<atiis 

Udiiriiildr Htcariisi 

Kdiid«'l«i ia bii'obir 

i-diiilt'lt'tii, Kxduuutrs 

Iiou(|iiilii8 Jordaiii 



CCXI.VI. 617 

tr, 14 

OCX LIl, 607 

rccv I, 73IJ 

ri.xxvi,4«7 

CCCXL\ 11,84 m 

X I.I. 101 

CCLX.XXIII. 680 

CCXXXVIII, 598 

<VII,285 

CLXXXII,481 

XXV. 58 

CCCXLV.841 

CCLVII. 630 

CCXCII, 708 

CCCUCXX, 936 

XCix, 268 

rxx. 322 

ccc. 728 

LXXXIX, 238 

cccLxxix,9:J4 

CCCLXXV, 92o 

LXIV. 167 

CLXXVI. 468 

cxcix, 519 

CXLVIII. 401 

rcxxxix, 600 

CCLXXXVII, 695 
CCLXXXVH. 694 

x,31 

IX. 29 

X, 30 

XI, 32 

XIX. 42 

ccLX\nii, 651 

CXVI,308 

rCLXXXVI. 691 

cv, 280 

CX,XXU,361 



Text 

|P»«e- 

' 1657 

I 27 

loin 

•J0-.'« 

nod 

-M5-J 

' 1H9.P 

I 158/1 

652 

lUO 

l.U 

24:t9 

1694 

1948 
265d 

«:i4 

75U 
I'Odl 

545 
2648 
26:54 

380 
llOO 
1274 

948 

i.^gd 

19-.'0 

1919 

70 



CCXXXIII. 589 

CCIX. 540 

CCCLXX, 916 

CCXX.562 

CXXXV, 369 

rccLXIV. 898 

cccxxx. 797. 797a 

tl-CXLIX.854 

LXVI. 173 

< I.XXVII.471 

icxxxi. .".84 

1, 742, 742a, 742/-, 742c 

LIl. l:i2 

vill, IX. 28. 28a, 286 

XVII. 38. ;<8a 

criv, 739 

CCCXXX, 798 

ccxv, 552 

tX'. 521 

xnv. 252 

742, 742a, 742?.. 74 2<-. 

Cfni. 534 

• vrxxxv, 813 

CCCLXXXV. W5 
CCCLIII, 868 
ccxxvii,.576 
oxvii, 312 . 

CLXXX. 477 

CLXXX, 478 

CCXX1II,568 

XC. 240 

cxviii, 317 

CCCXXXII, 803 



68 
68 
75 
96 
17.V5 
715 
19.)9 
64!) 
857 
( 1757 
( 3176 
1336 
259C 
1407 
875 
' 255.1 
' 2272 
' 2465 
4U1 
1108 
. 1507 
2030 
I 306 
I 62 

I >*' 
3025 

2273 
1358 
1277 
587 
2030 
l:<08 
2338 
2688 
2489 
1491 
721 
1132 
1132 
1457 
548 

( 733 

\ 2830 
2289 



Index to Genera and Species Illustrated. 



3225 



Genera aud species. 



rosaceus, Zalembius 

rubicundus, Acipeuser 

Hyji.sypops 

rupeMtie, Xipliidion 

rupestris, Anibloiilites 

Kublia 

Rupiscartes atlanticua 

rupiscartes, Moxostoiua 

Ruscarius meanyi 

Riitilus bicolor 

Rypticus bistrispinus 

sabiun, Dasyatis 

snbuiTiP, Cfiasmodes 

Saccopharynx ampullaceus . 

SageiiichthyH aucylodou 

saida, Borogadiis 

Saluio clarkii bouvieri 



bensbawi ... 
macdonaldi . 
pleuriticus . 

spiluriis 

stoiuias 



virjrinalis. 



gairdneri 

irideua 

salmoides, Micropterus 

saltatrix, Pomatomus 

saludauns, Notroijis budsouius . 

Salvelinua alpinus aiireolus 

fontinalis 

lualma 

oqxiassa 

sapidissima, Alosa 

Sardinelhi bmueralis" 

stolifera 

Sarritor frenatua 

satiricus, Neoclinus 

sauriis, Elops 

Oligoplites 

Scoiubresox , 

saxatilis, Abudefduf 

sayamis, Apbredoderus 

Scapbirbyncbus platorbynchiis 

Scarus caTuleus 

cazauula3 

einbleiuaticiis 

ati<inu> bxepbalus 

Hcepticus, 'l'iiL;l(j]is 

Scbe(U)i)liilus iiindiisopbagus 

Scbilbt'odes exilis , 

fiiriosus 

jlilberti 

iiisigiiis 

miuriis 

uoctiinius 

scbmidtii. Hoiiliiimis 

•cbu>)>ti, Cbilomycterus 

scbu'ptii, Aluter'a 

Sciivnops ooelbitiis 

scierus, Hadroidenis 

scitulus, Piiouotus 

aciunis, Hi¥rauh)u 

Scomber coliaa 

scombrus 

Scomberomorus maculatus 

regalia 



Plate and figure. 



ccxxix, 581 

XX], 46 

ccxxxiv, 591 

cccxLiv, 838 

CLVI, 41!». 4l9a,419/A419c 

CLXiii. 432 

cccxxxix, 825 

XXXVII, 93 

CCLXXXV, 690 
XLIII, 107 

cxciv, 509 
XIV, 36, 36a 
CCCXXXIX, 824 
LXVI, 175 
CCXXI, 564 
cccLix, 885 

Lxxx, 212 
LXXIX, 208 
LXXXI, 214 

LXXX, 211 
LXXIX, 210 

LXXX, 213 

LXXIX, 209 

LXXXI, 215 

LXXXI, 216 

CLXIII, 431 

CXLVIII, 400 

XLVIII, 120 

LXXXIII, 220 

LXXXIt, 218 

LXXXII, 219 

LXXXIII, 22) 

LXXII, 191 

LXXIII, 193 

LXXIII, 194 

cccx, 751 

occxxxvi, 816 

Lxvii, 178 

cxxxviii, 378 

cxvii, 314 

CCXXXIV, 590 

cxxii, 331 

XXI, 4« 

CCXLIV, 613 

CCXLIV, 612 

CCXLV, 614 

CCXLV, 615, 615a 

CCLXXXVIII, 698 

CLI. 407 

XXVIII, 65 

XXIX, 69, 69(7, 69/> 

XXVail, 67, 67a, 67?> 

XXVIII, 66 

XXIX, ()8 

XXVII, 64 

LVlll, 151 

CCLXVI, 648 

CCLX, 635 

CCXXll, 567 

CLXVII, 441 

CCCXIX, 768 

CCV, 531 

CXXXIII, 364 

CXXXlll, 363 

CXXXIV, 368 

CXXXV, 369 



Text 
page. 



1500 

106 

1504 

2426 

99. t 

2397 
196 

1908 
244 

1233 
84 

2392 
400 

1410 

2533 
496 

2810 
493 

2819 
497 

2819 
496 

2819 
495 

2819 
497 

2819 
495 

2819 
497 
500 

1012 
94G 
270 
511 
506 
507 
514 
427 
431 
431 

2073 

23.55 
410 



1561 
786 
107 
1652 
1648 
1654 

'1925 

970 

147 

149 

148 

147 

148 

146 

361 

1748 

1718 

1453 

1037 

2157 

1303 

866 

865 

874 

875 



'Plate by error labeled Sardinella sardina. 



'.V2'Jt\ riullclin 4j, Unitid States National Museum. 



Oeueni aiid H|i«c-ie8. 



Plate and tigiir< 



S<-onil»rf.sox suuriia 

Hcoiiilii'iiH, ^»^•oullH■r 

Scorim-na bniHilieusifi 

rriHtiilata 

j^'raiidicumiH 

IIIV!4t4'8 , 

Si-ori«a'iii<-lit"liys tnariuorati 
si-urpiiis, MMix(ii'i-|ilial(i8.., 

Mrripta, Alutera , 

»cntiiaris. liascaiiic-bthyH . 

MciitiRtT, Kastriiiim 

ScylluirliiniiH profiiuilortiiu 

Scytaliiia cenlali- 

S4'l>ast(-8 luai iniiH 

Seba.itmlt'H aliitU8 

brevi8pin)8 . . . , 

canniiiiH 

c'iliatus 

•■i<.'t-iiiiianiii 

«ilbtrli 

liopkiiLsi 

lualigiT 

ruelaixtps 

uiiiiiatus 

luyHtinna 

uigrociuctus 

piunigt-r 

serriceps 

Sfbastolobiis altivelis 

«»*»'tatrix, Kypliosiis 

Sflflll- VOIIIIT 

heli'iiiips, H iodoii 

Hc-iiiiiitilia, Kiindiiliis 

rSf^inotiliir^ atrninaciilatiis . . . 

S<Tio!a ibtrHalis 

lalaiidi 

/ouata 

mTpcDtiuiis, Derichthys 

serrit tpi*, Si-bastudcs ' 

SerrivoiDi-r beaiiii 

Setarches ]iarn)atii,s 

Hetjj;er, DaavcottUH 

Ni'ti]iiiiiii8, Vomer 

betoHiis. ()v<iid«'s 

hbiiffldti, MaiicaliaH 

8liiiiii:irili, ( 'iittouasler 

Si;.'iiabiMa atrbal'alaya- 

8ii;uatiiM, I'>atbyiiia8ter 

Hiuiiirer, Tbyiiiallna 

HiitoliitcM. ( iilbertidia 

Hib-uim. Za]ir<)ra 

HiliiM, Ar^t-ntina 

SiiiK'iii'bflys paraMiticiiB 

Hiinotera, rinciutra 

Hiniula, Clial ill lira 

Hiual'ia', I'liiliriiia 

Sipbiistiiiiia Htarksii 

HiiiHlawi, Leiici.HCiis 

nbtaiD-i, < 'liaiiliiMlim 

HtiiarnifdiiN. Krotelis 

soi'didiiM, (Jltbarii Iithy8 

X'eriliiM 

Hpudii'i'a. Laiiip*'tra 

SpariHiiiiiu aurofri-tiatiiiii .. 

on-tfiiHo , 

IliiploiiiyHtax. 

NparoidcH, roiiioxiH , 

N|iatbiila, rulyiiduii 

Mpe<'iili;;i'ra. Laiii|iadi>ua. . ... 

Hp<-I.i'ii8, AinblyopHiH , 

MIM-nubTi. SphcruidcM 

!Spb<'riiidc8 iiiaciilatua , 

iK'pbflus 



< XVII, 314 

( XXXIII. 3(£1 

CCLXXVIl.eCit 

C(LXXVI,««J< 

CCLXXVIII.BTl 

C"CLX XVII, 670 

CCLXXXIII, 685 

cc xt V, 716 

<CLX, 636 

LXIII, 165 

CfLXXXVI, 691 

111.11 

cccxLviii. 649. Moa. i*9b 
CTLX VIII, 652 

cc LXXII, 660 

o LXXI,657 

CCLXXIV, 663 

<CLXX, »155 

CI LX XI. 658 

CCLXXV. 665 

CCLXXII, 6.'>9 

CCLXXIV, 664 

«CLXIX,654 

CCLXXIII, 66_' 

CCLXX, 656 

<CLXXVI,667 

CCLXXIII.661 

CCLXXV. 666 

ccLxix,65;j 

( CXIX, 559 

CXLIV. < XLV, :{93. 393a 

LXVIII. 181 

CIV, 277 

XL, 100 

CXXXIX, 3t*0 

(XL, 382 

IXXXIX. 3*11 

LV, 142 

CCLXXV, 606 

Lviii, i5:{ 

CCLXXIX, 673 

ccc, 727 

CXLIV, 392 

ccLXV, 646 

cccxc, 955 

CLXVin,444 

LXIX, 184 

CCCXXXI1,802 

LX XX III, 222 

cccvi, 741 

CLII, 409 

LXXXVII, 232 

Lvi.144 

<LXX.448 

CCCLXVIII,910 

C« XXIV. 571 

c\X..325 

XLIII. 106 

X< III. 250 

cccxxv. 785 

< ICLXXXIV. 943 

ccii..'>2.> 
II. 6 

< cxLiii.eio 

CCXLV, 616. 616a . 

I CXLIV. 611 

t LIV, 416 

\X. 43.43a 

XCI. 244 

CXV. 307 

I CLXIV. 643 

• cLXiv. 644 ; 

CCLXIV, 642 



T.xf 

pa-.-. 

72.-. 

865 
1K42 
1x41 
1»5<J 
ltv49 
1889 
1974 
1719 

378 
1909 

2454 
1760 
17911 
17>.7 
1820 
1783 
17h9 
l'*23 
17^9 
1^22 
I7H2 
1794 
1784 
1><27 
1793 
1827 
1763 
1387 
93G 
414 
647 
•_>o-> 

902 

903 

902 

343 

1827 

367 

1800 

1991 

934 

1739 

2730 

1046 

2809 

2288 

517 

2028 

2850 

526 

349 

1053 

2:.78 

1468 

771 

2797 

5S5 

2204 

2679 

1284 

13 

1634 



1632 

987 

lol 

561 

706 

1732 

1733 

1712 



Index to Genera and Species Ilhistrated. 



32£r 



Geuenx and species. 



Spberoides spenjileri 

testudinens 

Siibyra'U.i barracuda 

Si)liyriia tibnro 

spilotus, Hypohomus 

si)iluru8, Salruo clarkii 

spiuiffer, Icelus 

spleudens, Beryx 

Squaliis a cant bias 

sqiiamiloiitiis, I'aralit-htbys 

starlcsii. Si|iliiistiiiiia 

Statlinionotiis bonijjhillii 

stearnsi, Prionotus 

Roncador 

sU'iudacbneri, Ivhiiiopten; 

Steiudacbiieria argcntea 

Stelgis vulsiis 

steUatnH, Phiticbtbys 

stelleri, Ilcxagraiunios 

Myiixooepbalus 

stelliier. Fiiiidulns 

8te;iiibita, Ka ja 

Stenodu.s mackeiizii 

Stenotomus actileatus 

chrj'sops 

Stepbanoberyx niona' 

sterletus, Averruuciis 

Steriiias xenostethus 

Sticlia-iis puuetatiis 

stigiuaticiis, (Jobius 

stilbe, Zalocy 8 

stilbius, Leurojilossiis 

stipes. A.tberiiia 

Stizostedion canadeiise 

vitreiiiu 

Stolepbonis jiertbecatus 

stolitVra, Sardinella 

stoinias, Atberestbes 

Cbasmistes , 

Saluio clarkii 

Stoniias ferox 

striatiis, Cciitropristea 

Epiui'pliehis 

strou<j;ybi(<i)balus, Scanis 

sturio oxyrbiicbiis, Acii)ciiser 

subbit'urcata, Ulvaria 

siiborUitalis, I'loctminus 

subterraiieus, Typbliclitbys 

sucetta Eriniyzon 

sniierciliosns, lIt'xai;raiiimos , 

suriiiamensis, Aiiistitrenuis 

Lob.it.-s 

swaiui. iS'oti'opis 

Syaciiiiii papillosum , 

sy linnet ricu.s, Apomutis 

Syuipburus iiiai-jrinatus 

l)bij;iusa 

williaiiisi 

synagris, Neoiiiauis 

Syiia|»bobraiicbus piuiuitus , 

Syiiodus fci'teus , 

t a' Hiatus, Evoxyiueiopou 

tabtieiisis, Catostonius 

Talisiuaniaantillaruin , 

Tarlotimbeauia teuiia 

Tarpon atlanticus 

Taiitojia ouitis 

Tautogolabrus adspcrsus 

telescopus, Xotropis 

tenua, Tarletonbeauia 

Bull. Xo, 47, pt. 4 XIII 



Plate and Ajrure. 



Text 
page. 



CCLXIV, 643 
CCLXV, 645, 645a 

cxxvni, 349 

V,19 



LXXIX, 210 

CCLXXXVI, 692 

CXXXI, 357 

VII, 24, 24a 

CCCLXXIV, 923 

CXX, 325 

CCCXL, 827 

CC<XX,771 

ccxxin,5G8 
XVII, 38, 38a 

CCCLXVIII. 901) 

CCCIX, 748, 748a 

rcCLXXXI. 937. 937« 

CCLXXXI.678 

ccxcviii, 722, 722a, 722?/ 

cv, 279 

XI, 32 

LXXVII. 204 

CCXII, 545 

ccxi, 544 

CXXIX, 353 

cccx, 750, 750a 

ccLXXxviii. cci.xxxix, 699, 6y9« 

cccx LV, 841 

cccxxvi, 787 

cxLViii, 399 

Lxxxvii, 233 

ox XII, 332 

CLXiv, 434 

Cl.xiv, 433, 433a 

LXXIV, 196 

LXXIII, 194 

CCCLXXI, 917 

XXXV, 86 

LXXX. 213 

xciv, 253 

CXC, 500 

CLXXXIII, 483 

CCXLV, 615, 615a 

XX, 45 

CCCXLV, 841 

CXXX,355 

cxv, 3U0 

XXXVI, 89 

CCLXXXI, 679 
ccvill, 537 
cxciv. 510 

XLIX, 125 

Ci CLXXXIII. 941 

CI.IX, 424 

CCCLXXXVII, 949 

CCCLXXXVIII,950 

CCCLXXXVIII,951 

cxcviii, 518 

LVI, 146 

LXXXVII I, 236 

cxxxvi,372 
XXXII, 78 

LXXIV, 198 

XCII,248 

Lxvii, 177 

ccxxxvii, 596 

CCXXXVII, 595 

L. 126 

xc:i, 248 



(LXVIII, 443 I 



1732 
1734 

823 

2841 

44 

1043 

4g& 
2819 
1914 

844 

54 

2631 

771 
2407 
21G6 
1457 
91 
2568 
2067 
2652 
1871 
1981 

648 
75 

474 
1346 
1340 

836 
2071 
1927 
2439 
2224 
2848 

.527 

790 
1022 
1021 

442 

431 

2609 

2794 

r 497 

1. 2819 

580 
1199 
1IS7 

105 

2440 

841 

704 

18.> 

1872 

1318 

1235 

290 

2o71 

9i8 

2706 

2710 

2711 

1270 

351 

538 

886 

177 

455 

575 

409 

1.578 

1577 

292 

575 



'A-J'js liiillttin ^7. I ')iHni States National Museum. 



Geucra and Hjiecies. 



I'Ute and flgare. 



Text 
page. 



li-iuiiH, I'raniileii 

ti'iiuis, Uropli vciM 

tvr(;iHii.H, II 1111(011 

tt'Htiiiliiii-iis S|i)ii-roiileH. . 
Ti'tniKoiiiinis riivii-ri . .. 
Tctriiiiaiof califMniit-it. . . 
occi<lciitali8 . 
TfiitluH l)aliiiiiiiiH 

ITe^tt<lllilt 

thaliMC'lilli.\.t, ()Miii)-ni8 .. 
Thul<'i<'litli\H |iai'iticii8 .. 

tlia^.aril. Aiixis 

Tlii-ra^rn <'lialcii;>rniuniu. 
thoburiii, Alc'idfu 

TliviiiulliiH tricolor 



inoiitaiiiiH . 

sijjnifiT 

Tliyrina i-vcnimiini 

tibiiro, Sjilivnia 

tiJ;riMlI^^, -Myritliiliv i* 

tonicod. Mirn>pi<lii« 

toxntis, KliurocliiliiH 

TracliiD()i'c|ilialii8 iiiyojis 

TracliiiiotiiH carolinuH 

culveri 

falcatus 

;;laii('U8 

Trnc'liurop!4 eriiiiii-iioplithuliniiN 

TrnrhuruM trachuni.s 

traclmniH, TracliuruH , 

Iraimiiioiitaiia. Columbia 

traiiMiiioutuiiiis. Acipi-nser 

traHki, llv.sturixariiiiH , 

triacaiithiis, I'oroiiotus 

TricbiiiniM leiiliinis 

Tricluxbdi trii-hodon 

trichoilnii, Tricliodon 

Tricboi)Hi'tla Vent rails 

tricolor. lIolacantliuH 



iiioiitauiiH. TlivfualhiN. 



Tliyiunlliirt. 



tricoriilH, Lactoplirys 

tri(lfiitatii8, KntoHpheniis ... 

Trl;;loi»H bi-ani 

piniteli 

MCfJltiCUM 

trlgoiuiH, LartophrvH 

trli|iiftiT, I,a<:t<ip|iryH 

Irlrttii rliiis, I.i-piHOHtcim 

triiiicata. Kaii/.aiiia 

tH<'lia» yt-rlia, ( tiicorliynrliiin 

tHlltCIIOHfllHiH, (!atOHlOIllll8 . . 

luriii>rl. Ly<'o<lalc'piN 

tUHriiiiibia. rByc'bruiiiaHttT. . 
Tylo8iiriiM ai'ii8 

ra]iliiili>iiia 

'l'v]ililii'litli\ B Hiibti-rruiiiMiH. 
Typlili>;;obiiiH ralll'ornifUKia. 

t vraiiiiiiH, llri-vuortla 

rioceulra ullbi-rll 

iiioailia- 

MiiiiotiTa 

lllVH'. XiphUlCB 

I'h ariu 8iilibiriirrata 

iiiiiatllla, .\);o-<la 

I 'ill bra py^iiiiua 

riiibrina Miuuloii' 

uiiilt<)'iiimliH, ('('Ulnipointia. . 
tiiidiilatUH, Sllrnipoi^ou 



ccxciv,7H 


1966 


rccLxv, 901 


2555 


I-XVIII, 180 


, 413 


crxxv. 645, 645a 


1734 


CLII.411 


976 


.\ii.34. 344i 




XI, 3.-) 


77 


CCL\ I, < cLvii 629. e-Jlta 


1693 


<<LVi.028 


1092 


I.XXXV. '."ZT 


522 


LXXXV,L'26 


521 


c XXXIII. 365 


867 


crc-LX.8«7 


2535 


rrLXXXIII, 684 


1»*87 


LXXXIV. 223 


t 518 
( 2871 


Lxxxiv. 224, 224a 


( 519 
1 2871 


LXXXIII.222 


517 


txxv, :mo 


804 


V. 10 


44 


LXI, 161 


376 


rrrLX.800 


2540 


rcx\xi,5ft4 


1507 


lxxxviii,2:j5 


533 


ixLvii.3a8 


944 


CXI. VII. 397 


942 


rXLVi,39C 


941 


CXLVI, 3»j 


94U 


CXLI, 38."» 


nil 


♦ XL, 384 


910 


(XI^ 384 


910 


CXXII.330 


784 


XX. 44 


104 


<cxxvii.577 


149C 


CU 405 


967 


CXXXV|i.37.'i 


889 


ccrxxxiii.806 


2-.t».". 


CCCXXXIII.80fi 


2295 


cctLxxxin,9lu 


2609 


CCL111.020 


1684 


LXXXIV, 224, 224tt 


1 519 
1 2871 


LXXXIV, 223 


i 518 
\ 2871 


{-CLXI, 638 

1.4 

CCLXXXVIII, 697 


1724 


1924 


CCLXXXVII, 096 


1923 


CCLX X.Will. 098 


1925 


CCLXIII,640. tUd.i 


1723 


tCLXI. 6:17 


1722 


XXII. 50 


111 


CCI.XVIII.OSl 


17.V. 


LXXVII, 206 


479 


XXXIII, 80 


2793 


( CCL, 858 


2469 


• Lxxvi, 467 


1100 


rxv 1,309 


710 


rxvi. 308 


715 


<XV, 306 


701 


fcrxxi.x, 795 


2202 


i.xxiii, 195 


4 13 


CLXIX,446 


1049 


CLXIX. 447 


2852 


CLXX,448 


I1153 


tXTXLIILRSO 


2423 


CXX-XLV, 842 


2440 


I.II.134 


313 


xrix. 268 


024 


rrx XIV, 671 


1468 


CLXXIX,476 


Ills 


irxxiv, 570 


1401 



Index to Genera and Species lUiistrated. 



3229 



Genera and species. 



unicolor nigricans, Hypoplectrus. 

unifasciatus, Hvporhamphus 

unimaculatus, Arcliosargu,-, 

Upeneus niaciilatiw 

Uralcptiis nialardi 

"Urunidea tennis 

«ranoi)s, Phenacobiiis 

UropLycis cliesteri 

cliiiss 

cirratus 

earlli , 

rcgius 

tennis 

uter, Catnlus \ 

vagrans, Kirtlaudia 

variat U8, Characodon ' 

I variegatua, Cypriuodon 

velit'er, Letliarclius 

Venclica procera 

venenosa, Mytteroperca 

ventralis, Novacuiliclitbvs 

Ogillda ' ; 

Tricbopsetta 

veiivista, Enimeekia 

Verilus sordidns 

"Verina kendalli .' 

verrillii, Lyeencbelys 

verrucosus, M voxocepbalus ". 

vespertilio. O^cocephalus 

veternns, I'oddtbeeua 

villosns, Mallotus 

Tinolentus, Letbotremus 

viola, Antiniora 

violaceus, Kscolar 

vireus, IVdbicliius 

virgatum, Etbeostouia 

virginalis. Sahno clarkii 

A-irginicus, Anisotreiuus 

viridis, Kvoplites \\ 

(iyninelis 

vitreum, Stizostedion ..,, 

vittata, Cbannomunena \ 

vivanus, Henjiantliias 

volitans, Cepbahnautbiis '. 

Exocietus 

vomer, Seb^ne ...'. 

Vonier setipiunis 

vulpes, A Ibubi '.'..!..!... 

Ab)pia8 

vulsus, Steljiis ' 

wa tanga. Hy boi)8is !!....... 

webika, Notroi>is 

wliipplii, Notiojiis ......'. 

Avillianisi, Syni])liurii.s 

wilbmglibyi. Acrotus 

xant burns, Leiostouius ..." 

Xenichtliys a<;assizii 

Xenoebirus triaeantbus ..,\ 

Xenocya jessia' ' 

xenodnn, Cab)tonius 

Xenop.sis ocellatus ' 

xenostethus, Steruias .'.!!...."!! 

Xesurus ])nuctatus '.'.'.... 

Xipbidion nipestre '.'.'.'.' 

Xipliistes cliirus !!.....! 

nlva- 

Xipbojiliorus belleri .........'. 

Xyraiuhen <vpbo 

Xyrielit bys psittbus 

Xysteuia einereuni " 

^y stc8 axiuopUiys ##..!!!! 



Plate and figure. 


|Text 




page. 


CLXXXIX, 496 


1193 


cxvi,311 


, 720 


ccxvi, 553 


1359 


cxxxii, 362 


858 


CCCLXII, 894 


2545 


crxciv, 714 


1966 


LI. 13C 


304 


CCCLXVI, 903 


2550 


CCCLXV, 902 


2555 


CCCLXIV,899 1 2553 


CCCLXV, 900 


2554 


CCCLXIV, 898 


2553 


CCCLXV, 901 


2555 


lit, 12 


25 


cxxiv. 336 


794 


CXI, 295. 295a 


669 


CXI, cxii, 296, 296a 


671 


LXI, 160 


375 


Lviii, 152 


365 


CLXXXVII, 491 


1 1172 


CCXLl. 605 


1615 


CCCLV, 872 


2503 


cccLxxxni,940 


2669 


CCXL, 603 


1602 


ecu, 525 


1284 


LX, 159, 159a 


375 


CCCLI. 859 


2470 


ccxcvii, 720. 720a 


1979 


CCCXCII, 9.i8-95x6 


2737 


CCCIX, 747, 747a 


2063 


LXXXV, 225 


520 


cccxiv, 759 


2101 


CCCLXII, 893. 893a 


2544 


ex XXV, 370 


r 878 
\ 2843 


CCCLIX, 886 


25:14 


CLXXV, 465 


1093 


LXXIX, 209 


/ 495 
\ 2819 


CCix. 539 


1322 


CXCVI, 514 


1246 


CCCLII, 864-864C 


2470 


CLXIV, 433, 43:fo 


1021 


LXVI, 174 


404 


CXCII. 505 


1223 


CCCXXIll, 778 


2l8:i 


CXVlll, 318 


734 


CXLIV, CXLV, 393, 393a 


931; 


fXLlv, ;i92 


934 


LXViii, 179 


411 


VI, 20 


45 


CCCIX, 748, 748a 


2067 


LIII, 137 


319 


XLV, 113 


2799 


XLVIII, 121 


278 


CCCLXXXVIU. 951 


2711 


CLI, 408 


973 


CCXXIII. 569 


1458 


CCIll. 527 


1287 


CCCXI, 754, 754o 


2084 


ecu. 526 


1285 


CCXLIII, 609. 609n 


1626 


CCXLVI,618 


1660 


CCLXXXVili, G99, 699a 


1927 


CCLVII,630 


1694 


Ccr.XLlv, 838 


2426 


crcxLiv, 837 


2424 


CCCXLIU, 836 


2423 


cxv, 304 


701 


XXXV, 88 


1S4 


ccxLii. 607 


1618 


ccxvin,556 


1372 


cccx, 752, 752a 


2076 



3230 Bulletin y/, United States National Museum. 



(ifiiera and sjiccit-.s. 



Varrolla bliickfordi .. 

y (jrn-ciini, AstnmcopUH .. 

/itlfiiiliiiiH rosiu'fiiH 

Ziilocys Htillic 

/.iilic'liiM, l)<Tiiiat<>li'j)iH . . . . 

/iiiK-lii8 coniut u» 

Zjiprora «ileims 

z<-liriuuH, Fundiilus 

Zestic-eliis ]iri>l'uii(l(iriiiii. . 

/oar4'<-8 aii<;uillaria 

/iianlius, Lyi-otlfS 

/iiiiata, Scriola 

/.uiii))t.-ctiis, r(iiiiai'UiitliU4 

zuuoiK*, Jonlaiiia 

^osterii'. llil>|io('aiii]ius ... 
z(>»l<-nira, Lvi-rniiiiiDiu ... 
zyopterue, Galeorliiiius. . . 



riatf and tigure. 


Text 


xcill, 249 


584 


cccx.xxiv.808 


2307 


<cx.\ix,581 


15U0 


CXLVIII,399 


2X48 


CLXXXV1.4«9 


2854 


Ct LV, 627 


1687 


<L1I, 409 


285U 


cm, 276 


646 


ccc. 726 


1990 


CCCXLVIII, 850 


2457 


cccxux,85:j 


2464 


cxxxix,381 


9t"2 


ccui, 024 


1081 


CCLXXXII. 683 


1884 


CXXI. 32*< 


778 


< CCXXIX. 794 


2206 


IV, 15 


32 



EXPLANATION OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 



Note. — The actual size of the specimen froui which each 
illustration was drawn may, in most instances, be determined 
by the use of the inch mark beneath the engravinj^, which, in 
the photographic reduction of the drawing, is reduced in the 
same proportion as the drawing itself. 



PLATE I. 

Text pajie. 

1. Branchiostoma caribaeum Sundeval 3 

Drawing by A. H. Baklwiu from a specimeu in the United 
States National jNIuseum. 

2. Polypterus bichir Geoff. St. Hilaire 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown. 

3. Petromyzon marinus Linnaeus 10 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10654, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Woods Hole, Massachnsetts, by V. N. Edwards. 

4. Eutosphenus trideiitatus (Gairdner) 12 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 48204, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected in Kamchatka by Dr. L. Stejneger. 

PLATE II. 

c. Lampetra aurea (Bean) 13 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21524, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Lucien M. Turner in the Yukon River, Alaska. 

(). Lampetra spadicea Bean 13 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from the type specimen, No. 3800.'>, 
U.S.N.]M., collected by Prof. A. Dug^s at Guanajato, Mexico. 

7. Notorhynchus maculatus Ayres 17 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27191, U.S.N.M., collected 
in Humboldt Bay, California, by Dr. Jordan. 

)<. Hexauchus griseus (Gmelin) 19 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 37790, U.S.N.M., collected 
in Currituck Inlet, North Carolina, by D. M. Etheridge. 

PLATE III. 

9. Gyropleurodus francisci (Girard) 20 

Drawing from No. 24977, U.S.N.M., collected at Wilmington, 
California. 
10. Heterodontus philippii 

Drawing bv Anna L. Brown. 

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3232 Bulletin //, United States National Museum. 



Text page. 

11. Scylliorhiuua profuudoruni (iuodo and IJeau 22 

l>r:iwin^' by M. M. .Smith from the type, No, S."V64«), U..S.N,M., 
collect. (1 l.y the AlbatroxH at 39^ (•' N. and 72 ?> 15 ' W. 

11.'. Catiilus uter Joidau and (Jilhert -5 

Drawing Ity A. H. IJaUlwin I'roin No. 2t;s«;»;, U.8.N.M., col- 
lected at Sauta IJarbaia, California. 

I'LATK IV. 

i:!. Ginglymostoma cirratum (Gmelin) 26 

Drawing l.y \\. L. Todd from No. 2983, U.S.N.M.. collected at 
Fort JetVerson. Florida, by Dr. Whitehurst. 

1 1 . Pseudotriakis microdoii C'apdlo 27 

Drawing l.y H. L. To.M from No. 32516, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Aniagansctt Island by .1. H. Edwards. 

l."". Qaleorhinus zyopterus .Jordan and (Jilbert 32 

Iti. Prionace glauca i Linnans). 33 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 38001, U..S.N.M., collected by 
schooner Grampus. 

PLATK V. 

lt»(. Prionace glauca (Linua-ns) 33 

Drawing l.y H. L. Todd from No. 38001, F.S.X.M., collected 
l.y the schooner (irtunpus. 

17. Carcharhinus lamia ( K'alinesiiue) '^ 

Drawing by H. I>. Todd. 

is. Hypoprion brevirostris I'oey -11 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 3K497, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albafrosa at Watliugs Island. 

i;t. Sphyrna tiburo (Linna-us) 14 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 265^2, U.S.N.M., cidlected by 
.Silas Stearns at Cedar Keys, Florida. 

PLATE VI. 

20. Alopias vulpes inmeliu) •!"> 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 25962, U.S.N.M., collected olV 
Newport, Rhode Island, by Captain Rockliff. 

21. Isunis dekayi ((Jill) 48 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 37665, U..S.N.M.. collect*>d by 
Silas ."^tearns at I'ensacola, Florida. 

22. Lamna cornubica (.(Jnielin) 49 

Drawing by H. L. To<bl from No. 273(iS, U.S.N.M., collected at 
.Santa Barbara, California, by Dr. .lordan. 

ri.ATi: \ II. 

23. Cetorhiuus maximus iCinnner) 51 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, <opied from Annalet* tin Musenm 
d'lIist<.rio Naturelle, vol. IH, pi. t;. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3233 

Text page. 

24. 24rt. Squalus acantihas Linnauis 54 

Drawings by S. F. Denton from No, 22316, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected at Gloucester, Massachusetts, l>y the U. S. F. C. 

PLATE VIII. 

25. Centroscymnus coelolepis Bocage and Caiiello 55 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 26219, U.S.N. M., collected by 
the Yhh UawTc off Newport, Rhode Island. 

26. Centroscyllium fabricii (Reinhardt) 56 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No, 22879, U.S.N. M., collected by 
George W. Scott at 44^ 23' N., 53° 25' W., in 200 fathoms. 

27. Pristis pectinatus Linna-us 60 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 30678, U.S. N.M., collected at 
Pensacola, Florida, by Silas Stearns. 

28. Rhinobatus lentiginosus Garmau ; lateral view 62 

Drawing by H, L. Todd from No. 30175, U.S.N. M., collected at 
Pensacola, Florida, by Silas Stearns. 

PLATE IX. 

28a, 28?), Rhinobatus lentignosus Garman; dorsal and ventral 

views 62 

Drawings by H, L, Todd from No. 30175, U.S.N.M,, col- 
lected at Pensacola, Florida, by Silas Stearns. 

29. Raja erinacea Mitchill 68 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10428, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Woods Hole, Massachusetts, by S. F. Baird, 

PLATE X, 

30. Raja ocellata Mitchill 68 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 24228, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Provincetown, Massachusetts, by U.S.F.C. 

31. Raja ackleyi Garman 70 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2684, U.S.N.M., collected by 

the Albatross at 39° 35' N., and 70- 54' W. 

PLATE XL 

32. Raja stellulata Joid.in and Gilbert 75 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

33. Tetronarce occidentalis (Storer) 77 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected at "Woods 
Hole, Massachusetts, in the summer of 1881 by the U.S.F.C. 

PLATE XII. 

34. 34((. Tetronarce californica f Ayres) 77 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 27212, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Dr. .Jordan at So(iuel, California. 



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I'l.ATi: XIII. 

T.lt J.:.«.-. 

35, 35</. Narcine brasiliensia (f ilfers; '8 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 3017H, U.S.N.M., «ol- 
Iccted l>y Silas .Stearns at I'ensa«'ola, Florida. 

PLATE XIV. 

36, 3(w(. Dasyatis sabina (Lr.Sujnr) >i* 

Dr;i\vin;;.s l>y H. L. Todd from No. 31043. U.S.N. M.. col- 
lected at (Jalvestou, Texas, liy l>r. .Jordan. 

PLATE XV. 

37, AetobatuB narinari (Snplirasen) ><8 

l)i;i\viii<,' l.y II. L. Todd from No. 37196, U.S.N. M., collected by 
E. E. Denecbaud near Cedar Keys, Florida. 

PLATE XVL 

37</. Aetobatus narinari (Enpbrasen) ^ 

Drawinjr by H. L. Todd from No. 37196, U.S.N.M., collected 
by K. F. Denecbaud near Cedar Keys, Florida. 

PLATE XVII. 

38,3?<<(. Rhinoptera steindachneri Evermann and Jenkins 91 

Drawinj^s by A. H. IJaldwiu from tbe type, No. 43235, 
U.S.N.M., collected at Guaymas, on tbe Gulf of Cali- 
fornia, by Drs. Evermann and Jenkins in 1887. 

PLATE XVIII. 

3!t. Manta birostris (Walbanni) 92 

Drawing; by A. II. lUildwiu. 

PLATE XIX. 

■10. Chimaera affinis CaiM-llo; iVinalc id 

Drawiiij; by II. L. Todd from a specimen <(dlei-ted on tbesoutb- 
castcm jiortion ot Lc Have Hank, in 42 40 N.,ti3 23 W. 

1 1 . Hydrolagus colliei i Lay and Ibnnett ; 9.') 

Drawing- by II. L. Tndd. from No. 26976. l'. S.N. M.. c.dlected at 
Monterey, California, by Dr. .lordau. 

-12. Harriota raleighana Goode and IJean '.'6 

Dra\vin;i by A. H. Baldwin fnmi tbe type. No. 3.5.520. U.S.N.M., 
(•(diccted liy tbe AU)otrunn at station 2210. lat. 39 37 4."> N., 
long. 7P IS 45 W.,at a dcptb of 991 fathoms. 

PLATE XX. 

43, I3«(. Polyodon apathula (Walbanm) 101 

DrawiiiKH by II. L. Todd fn>niN<». 12235. C.s.NM. . nll.ctcd 
at Cincinnati. < »hio, by .1. W. Miluor. 



Explaiiation of Plates and Figures. 3235 

Text page. 

44. Heterocercal tail of Acipenser transmontaiius liicbardsou.. 104 

Drawing l)y Anna L, Brown. 

45. Acipenser sturio oxyrhynchus (Mitcliill) 105 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 22495, U.S.N.M., collected by 
William Woltz in the Potomac River. 

PLATE XXI. 

46. Acipenser rubicundus Le Sueur 106 

Drawing by H, L. Todd from No. 10252, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Ecorse, Michigan, by J. W. Milner. 

47. Acipenser brevirostrum Le Sneur 106 

Drawing by H. L. Totkl from photograph of specimen taken 
at Woods Hole by the U.S.F.C. 

48. Scaphirhynchus platorhynchus (Rafiuesque) 107 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

PLATE XXII 

49. Lepisosteus platostomus Rafinesque 110 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3241, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Cleveland, Ohio, by Spencer F. Baird. 

50. Lepisosteus tristcechus ( Blocli and Schneider ) HI 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from No. 21794, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Professor Poey in Cuba. 

51. 51f(. Amia calva Linnaeus, female 113 

Drawings by S. F. Denton. 

PLATE XXIII. 

52. Felichthys felis (Linna-us) 118 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10422, U.S.N.M,, collected 
at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, by Spencer F. Baird. 

53. Galeichthys nailberti (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 128 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from a specimen collected at Peusa- 
cola, Florida, by Silas Stearns. 

I'LATE XXIV. 

54. Galeichthys gilberti .Jordan and Williams 2773 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 1667, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by the Hopkins expedition at Mazat- 
lau, Mexico. 

55. Galeichthys azureus .Jordan and Williams 2775 

Drawing by Anna I,. Brown from the type. No. 1575, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by the Hopkins expedition at Mazat- 
lan, Mexico. 



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I'LATK XXV. 

Text page. 

r>»). IctaluruB furcatus [\a- Sueur) 134 

Drawiug by M. M. .Smith from No. 838, U.S.N.M., type of Vim- 
ehdus tiffinii, collected at Brownsville, Texas, by Capt. Van 
Vliet. 

'iT. Ictalurus auguilla Kvennaiin and Kendall 2788 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 4S788, U.S.N.M., 
colle<te<l by Dr. Everniunn in the Atihafalaya Kivcr, Morgan 
( ity. I.,oiii.siana. 

of^. Ictalurus puuctatus (Kafinesque) 134 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27846, U.S.N.M., collected at 
I'ekin, Illinois, by Dr. S. A. Forbes. 

PLATE XXVI. 

59, .">0(j, .")9/<. Ameiurus dugesii Hean 138 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 23123, 
U.S.N.M., collected by Prof. A. DugeS in Rio 
Turbio, Mexico. 

ti<i. Ameiurus nielas (Kalinesfiuc) 141 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 1497, U.S.N.M., collected in 
Aux I'laines liiver, Illinois, by Kobert Kenuicott. 

PLATE XXVII. 

fil. Ameiurus platycephalus (Girard) 142 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 1534, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Mrs. E. Daniel at Anderson, South Carolina. 

Hi.'. Leptops olivaris ( Ratinesfiue) 143 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 27873, U.S.N.M., collected 
by S. A. I'orlies in the Illinoi.s River. 

♦i:?. Noturus flavus Ralines(iue 144 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 1478, U.S.N.M.. collected 
l»y Professor Baird in Lake Champlaiu, Westport, New York. 

()4. Schilbeodes nocturnus ( .Ionian and (lillu-rt) 146 

Drawing by II. 1.. Todd from the type. No. 36461, U.S.N. .M.. 
collected by .lordan and (Jiibcrt in the Sabine River near 
Benton, Arkansas. 

ri.ATK XXVIII. 

»;.".. Schilbeodes ezilis ( Nelson ) 147 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd from No. 36261, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Gilbert and Swain in the Ozark Pork of the Gasconade 
Kiver, Marslifnld, Missouri. 

(iti. Schilbeodes iiisignis ( Richardson) 147 

Drawing \)y II. L. Todd from No. 18016. U.S.N.M.. collected 
by T. H. Bean in Consy Creek, Bainbridge, Pennsylvania. 

67, 67(1. •'>"/'. Schilbeod2s gilberti (.Jordan and Evermann) 118 

Drawings l>y S. V. Denton from the tyjx-. No. 39931, 
U.S.N.M., collected by D. .*<. .Jordan and party in 
Roanoke River, Salem, X'irginia. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3237 

PLATE XXIX. 

Text page. 

68. Schilbeodes miurus ( Jordau ) 148 

Driiwingby H. L. Todd from No. 20920, U.S.N.M. ; collected 
by J. AV. Milner in Tar River, X'orth Carolina. 

69. 69ft, 69i!>. Schilbeodes furiosus (.Jordan and Meek) 149 

Drawinjrs by S. F. Denton from the type, Xo. 39932, U.S.N.M., 
collected by D. S. Jordan and party in Xeuse River, Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 

PLATE XXX. 

70. Ictiobus cyprinella (Ciivier and Valenciennes) 163 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20774, U.S.N.M., collected 
by S. A. Forbes at Normal, Illinois. 

71. Carpiodes cyprinus (Le Sueur) 167 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Bean at Havre de Grace, Maryland. 

72. Cycleptus elongatus { Le Sueur) 168 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10790, U.S.N.M., collected 
by J. W. Milner in the Ohio River at Cincinnati, Ohio. 

PLATE XXXI. 

73. Pantosteus jordaiii Evermann 171 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 43963, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Evermann and McCormick, in Whitewood Creek, 
near Deadwood, South Dakota. 

74. Catostomus latipiuuis Baird and Girard 174 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20078, U.S.N.M., collected in 
the C4i]a River, Arizona. 

75. Catostomus griseus (Girard) 175 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from No. 21197, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Jordan and Evermann. 

PLATE XXXII. 

76. Catostomus pooatello Gilbert and Evermann 175 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 45385, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Evermann and Gilbert in Ross Fork of Snake 
River, near Pocatello, Idaho. 

77. Catostomus catostomus (Forster) 176 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32888, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by E. W. Nelson, in the Yukon River, Alaska. 

78. Catostomus tahoensis Gill and .Jordan 177 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 5240, U.S.N.M., collected in 
Lake Tahoe. 

PLATE XXXIII. 

79. Catostomus occidentalis Ayres 178 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected in the 
Sacramento River, by Dr. Jordan. 



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Text pa^e. 

80. Catostomus tsiltcoosensis Kvcrm.inn :tnil Meek 271«3 

Drawing hy A. M. IJaldwiii from th.- tyi..-, No. IH47H, I'.S.N.M.. 
<nllcrte<l liy Dr. Meek in Tsiltcoos Lakf, fJri'jjjou. 

81. Pharyngeal teeth of Catostomus macrocheilus (Jiranl 178 

8J. Pharyngeal teeth of Placopharynx duquesnii (Le Sueur) 1!«h 

I'LATK XXXIV. 

83. Catostomus commersonii ( Lacf'pi-de) 178 

Drawing liv II. L. Tod<l from No. 10458, U.S.N.M., collectrd 
hy J.W. Milnor at Knorse, Michigan. 

81. Catostomus ardens .Jordan ami Gilbert 17;t 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from the tyj).-, No. 273t;3. I'.S.N.M.. 
collected by Dr. Jordan iu I'tali Lake, Utah. 

85. Chasmistes liorus Jordan 183 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from No. 3042, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Di-. .Ionian in Utah Lake. 

I'LATK XXXV. 

S(). Chasmistes stomias (iilbort 2794 

Drawing by A.H. Baldwin from the type. No. 48223, U.S.N. M., 
collictfd by (iillurt and Cranu-r in I'pper Klamath Lake, 
< )regon. 

^7. Chasmistes copei Evermann and Meek 27!t5 

Drawing by A. IL Baldwin from the type, No. 48224. U.S.N.M., 
collected by Meek and Alexander in Upper Klamath Lake, 
Oregon. 

8S, Xyrauchen cypho i Loekington ^ 1>^4 

Drawing by 8. F. Denton from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Jordan iu Green River, Blake City, Utah. 

PLATE XXXVI. 

8!(. Erimyzon sucetta Lacijiede b'v) 

Dr.iwing by IL L. Todd from No. 278»i7. U.S.N. M., collected 
liy Dr. Forbes in Nipisink Lake, Illinois. 

MO. Minytrema melanops i IJatineBiiue) 1*^7 

Drawing by 11. L.Todd from No. 17800, U.S.N. M.. collected 
by Dr. Bean in Ivound L.ike, near Montgomery, .\labaniu. 

HI. MoxDstoma congestum (Baird aud(iirard) 1'.'2 

Drawing by IL L. Todd from No. 3t5510. U.S.N.M.. collected 
in the li'io Lampasas, Belton, Texas. 

I'LAii: XXWII. 

{»2. Moxostoma austrinum Bean 1!'2 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from the type. No. 23121, U.S.N. M., 
ioUected nt I'iedad, in Morelia (Miehoacaut, Mexico, by 
Prof. A. I)ugi-8. 



Explanatio7i of Plates and Figures. 3239 

Text ijage. 

93. Moxostonia rupiscartes Jordan and Jenkins 196 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type, No. 39927, U.S. N.M., 
collected in the Catawba Kiver, Morgantou, North Caro- 
lina, by Jordan, Jenkins, and Meek. 

PLATE XXXVIII. 

94. 91a. Lagochila lacera Jordan and Brayton 199 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 25238, U.S.N.M., collected 
by J. B. McElwin at Fairview, Tennessee. 

PLATE XXXIX. 

95. Campostoma anomalum (liafines(jue) 205 

Drawing by W. 8. Haines from No. 36328, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Jordan and Gilbert in White River, near Eureka Springs, 
Arkansas. 

96. Orthodon niicrolepidotus ( Ayres) 207 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27139, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan in the Sacramento River, California. 

97. Acrocheilus alutaceus Agassiz and Pickering 208 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 30298, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Capt. C'harles Bendire in .John Day River, Oregon. 

PLATE XL. 

98. Algansea dugesi Bean 211 

Drawing by A. H. P.aldwin from No. 43764, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Professor Dnges in Mexico. 

99. Mylocheilus cauriniis (Richardson) 219 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin. 

100. Semotilus atromaculatus (Mitchill) 222 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 19163, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Robert Keunicott in Aux Plaiues River, Illinois. 

PLATE XLI. 

101. Ptychocheilus oregonensis (Richardson) 221 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin. 

102. Leuciscus bicolor (Girard) 232 

Drawing by Chloe Lesley Starks from a specimen collected in 
Fpper Klamath Lake, Oregon, by Gilbert, Cramer, and 
Otaki. 

103. Leuciscus lineatus (Girard) 232 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from a specimen collected in Yellow- 
stone Park by Dr. Jordan. 

PLATE XLII. 

104. Leuciscus hydrophlox (Cope) 238 

Drawing by S. F. Denton frotn a specimen collected in Yellow- 
stone Park bv Dr. Jordan. 



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Text pace. 

lOr*. Leuciscus balteatus (K'ichurdson) 238 

Drawing; l.y H. L. Tudd from No. 36869, U.S.N.M., collected 
in the Columbia KMver, ()re;jon, liy J. H. Clarke. 

105(/. Leuciscus balteatus 1 Ifidiardsoii) 238 

Drawiug liy A. H. Ualdwiu from No. 43yr>3, U.8.N.M., type 
of LeucitcuB ffilU Kvermaun, collected iu Browns (inlch 
Creek, Silver Bow, Montana, liy Eveniiaun, Jenkins, an<l 
Clapham. 

PLATE XLIII. 

10(). Leuciscus siuslawi Kvermann an<l Meek I'Tit? 

Drawin^i by A. H. BaMwin from the type, No. 48480, I'.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. Meek in the Siuslaw Kiver, Mapleton, 
Orei^ou. 

107. Rutilus bicolor (tiirard) 244 

Drawinj^ l>y Anna L. Brown from a specimen collected by 
Gilbert, Cramer, and (!)taki in I'pper Klamath Lake, Oregon. 

PLATP: XI. IV. 

lOS. Opsopoeodus osculus Kvermann 248 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 45560, 
I'.S.N.M., collected by Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in 
BuH'alo Bayou, near Houston, Texas. 

109. Opsopoeodus emiliae Hay 248 

Drawing by A. If. Baldwin. 

11(». Opsopoeodus boUmani (Gilbert 248 

Drawing by S. 1\ Denton from the type, collected by Bellman 
and Fesler iu Bnckland Creek. Millen, (Jeorgia. 

PLATE XLV. 

111. Abraniis crysoleucas (Mitchill) 2.'">0 

Drawing from No. 2(i243, r.H.N.M., collected by Professor 
Baird in the llackcnsack River, New Jersey. 

112. Notropis aztecus Wool man 2,">K 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 45569, I'.-S.N.M., 
collected by A. J. Woolman at the City of Mexico. 

113. Notropis ■welaka Evermann and Kendall 27!'9 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type. No. 48786, I'.S.N.M., 
collect<'d by Dr. Kendall in St. Johns River, Welaka, 
I'lorida. 

I'l.ATE XLVI. 

111. Notropis cayuga atrocaudalis Kvermann 260 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type, No. 45.V>7. U.S.N.M., 
collected by Kvernnmn, Scovell. and (Inrley in the Neches 
River, near Palestine, Texas. 



Explaiiation of Plates and Figures. 32il 



115. Notropis kanawha Jordan and Jenkins t^ ^264 

Drawing- by S. F. Denton from the type, No. 3992'8rU.'s"N.MV, 
collected by Jordan, Evermaun, and Jenkins, in Reed Creek' 
Wytheville, Virginia. ' 

116. Notropis chihuahua Woolmau 9g,- 

Diawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 44151, U.S.N M ' 
collected by Woolman and Cox in the Kio de la's Conchos' 
Chihuahua, Mexico. ' 

PLATE XLYII. 

117. Notropis iiux E vermanu c,,.-. 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 45555^ U.S.N^M * 
collected by Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley, in Trinitv 
River, near Palestiue, Texas. 

118. Notropis nocomis Evermann .^P^- 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 45556^ U.S.N^M." 
collected, by Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in Trinitv 
River, Magnolia Point, Texas. 

119. Notropis hudsonius (Clinton) 9gg 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collectedby Geo 
D. Head in Kilpatrick Lake, Minnesota. 

PLATE XLVIIL 

120. Notropis hudsonius saludanus (Jordan and Brayton) 970 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 23513, U.S.N.m!, the type of 
mulsonius eunjopa Bean, collected by A. Graves in McBean 
Creek, Georgia. 

121. Notropis whipplii (Girard) .,_^ 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 36748, u's!N.M.7c"o"lle'cted in 
White River, Indiana, by Dr. Gilbert. 

122. Notropis galacturus (Cope) 0-9 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a spec'im.'n'c'oVlected" bv 
Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in Tellico River, Tellico 
Plains, Tennessee. 

PLATE XLIX. 

123. Notropis macdonaldi Jordan and Jenkins 0^4 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type. No. 398.59, I^S.n'm" 
collected by Jordan and .Jenkins in the Shenandoah River' 
Luray, ^■irginia. ' 

124. Notropis coccogenis (Coi)e) .-y^. 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a' specim'eu' "collected* bv 
Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in Arnwiue Spring Creek 
Mount Verd, Tennessee. " ' 

125. Notropis swaini Jordan .,1^^ 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a specimen coVlected" by 
Evermann, Scovell. and Gurley in San Marcos River, San 
Marcos, Texas. 



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IM.A'l'i; ].. 

T.xt pa^e. 

li'tl. Notropis telescopuB (Cope) -92 

Drawing by A. H. BaMwin from a speciiiieu collected by 
Evermann, Scovoll, ami (Jiirley iu Ti-Uico liivt-r, Tellico 
Plains, rciinessee. 

127. NotiopU iioteniigonoides Kvcnnann '-Sl 

Drawiiig by A. H. liahlwin from the type, No. 4o55M. I'.S.N.M., 
collected by EviTiiiann, S( oveli. and (iurley in Xecbea 
IJiver, near ralestiue, Trxas. 

12!S. Notropis metallicus Jordan and Meek 1'97 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
A. J. Wocihnaii iu tlic WithlacoocLee Hivcr, near Richland. 

Florida. 

PLATE LI. 

rJ!i. Ericymba buccata Cope liOl' 

Drawing by A. II. I'.aldwin from No. 36)S()3. C.S.N.M.. collected 
by Dr. Meek in Lost Creek, near Deliauce, Ohio. 

130. PhenacobiiLS uranops Cope ."04 

Drawing by A. H. li^ildwin from a specimen collected by 
Evermann, Scovell. and Gurley in Chiikainanga Creek, Lee 
A: (Jordon's mill. Ceorgia. 

i:!l. Evarra eigenniaiini Woolman 304 

Drawing by A. H. I'.aldwin from the type. No. 45.^71, I'.S.N.M., 
collected by Woolman and Cox at the City of Mexico. 
PLATE LIL 

13 J. Rhinichthys dulcis ((iirard) ;>oO 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from a speciim-n collected by Dr. 
.Jordan iu Yellowstone Park. 

l.;:i. Agosia klamatheusis Evermann and Meek 3111 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 481':.':., U.S.N.M., 
collected by Meek and Alexander in I'pper Klamath Lake, 
< »regon. 

131. Agosia uniatilla (Jilbort and Evermann 313 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 4.")3JI0. U.S.N.M., 
collected l>y (Jilbert and Kutter in the Colnmbia River at 
Umatilla, Oregon. 

PLATE LIII. 

i:!r>. Agosia falcata Eigenmanu and Eigenmann 313 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the ty])e collected by C. H. 
Eigenmann in Bois(> River near Caldwell, Idaho. 

i:!t!. Hybopsis a?stivalis niarcouis .Jordan and (iilliert 316 

Drawing liy A. 11. I'.aldwin from a specimen collected in the 
San Marcos River, San Marcos,'rcxas. by Evernninn. .Scovell, 
and (inrley. 

i:!7. Hybopsis wratauga .Jordan and Evermann 319 

Drawing by S. E. Dent<»n from the type. No. 39!L1t, r..s.N.M., 
cidlectetl by .Jordan and Evermann iu the Watauga River 
near Eli/abethtow n, Tennessee. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3243 

PLATE LIV. 

Text page. 

138. Hybopsis altus (Jordan) 321 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 2.3125, U.S.N.M., 
collected in Lake Tupataro, Guanajuato, Mexico, by Prof. 
A. Dugts. 

139. Platygobio gracilis ( Richardson ) 326 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
Evermann, Cox, and Rutter in White River near Chamber- 
lain, South Dakota. 

140. Exoglossum maxillingua (Le Sueur) '. 327 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown. 

PLATE LV. 

141. Brycon dentex Giinther 337 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 39909, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. L. E. H. Best in Nicaragua. 

142. Derichthys serpentinus Gill 343 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type collected by the Alba- 
tross in tlie Gulf Stream at Station 2094 in 1,022 fathoms. 

143. Anguilla chrysypa Ratinesque 348 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20470, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Holyoke, Massachusetts. 

PLATE LVI. 

144. Sinienchely s parasiticu.s Gill 349 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21673, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Capt. N. McPhee near Sable Island Bank. 

145. Ilyophis brunneus Gilbert 350 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type collected by the 
JJbaiross at Chatham Island. 

146. Synaphobranchus pinnatus (Grouow) 351 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21681, a.S.N.M., collected 
by Captain Olsen on Le Have Bank. 

PLATE LVII. 

147. Histiobranchus iiifernalis Gill 353 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 38205, U.S.N. M., collected 

by the Albatross in lat. 36^ 35' N., long. 74" 03' 30" W. 

14S. Leptocephalus conger (Linnneus) 354 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 16027, U.S.N.M., collected 

at Noauk, Connecticut, by J. W. Latham. 

149. Leptocephalus caudilinibatiis (Poey ) 355 

Drawing l)y H. L. Todd from the type of Conger caiidicHla 

Bean, No. 30709, U.S.N.M., collected by Silas Stearns at 

Peusacola, Florida. 
Bull. No. 47, pt. 4 xiv 



3244 Bulletm 47, United States National Museum. 



PLATi; L\ III. 

Text i>aj;iv 

1 r.O, Congrellus flavus ( Goode autl lleau ) 3r>7 

Drawing; hy II. L. Todd from the type, No. 44t]12, U.S.N.M., 
(oUt'tted by tbe JIhatrosa in the Gulf Stream. 

ir>]. Hoplunnis schmidtii Kaup -^'1 

1 (rawing l.y .1. ('. Van llouk from No. 44240, U..S.N:M., col- 
lectfd liy tilt- AlhatvoHH at Statiou 240J. 

ir)2. Venefica procera (Joode and Bean 3r»." 

Drawing liy II. I-. Todd from a specimen collected in tbe(iulf 
Stream. 

153. Serrivomer beanii Gill and Kyder 3t!7 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type, No. 33383, U.S.N. M., 
collected by tbe Albatross in tbe Gulf Stream. 

PLATI : LI.X. 

154. Avocettina gillii Bean 367; 2801 

J (rawing by A. II. Baldwin from tbe type, No. 44239, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Alhiitro>is east of Prince of Wales Island, 
Alaska, at Station 285!». 

154«, I5ib. Avocettina gillii Bean , 2S(»1 

Drawings by Anna L. Brown from No. G79, L. S. .Ir. 
Univ. Mus., collected by tbe Albafroas at Station 
2800. 

1."). Labichthys carinatus call and Kyder 368 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the tyjie. No. 333»59, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2076 in tbe Gulf 
Stream. 

l.">t). Labichthys elongatus Gill and Ryder 3G9 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from tbe type, No. 3375.">, U.S.N..M., 
collected by tbe Albatross at Station 2100 in tbe Gulf 

Stream. 

PLATE LX. 

ir>7, l.")7f(, l.")7/). Nemichthys avocetta .Inrdan and Gilbert 36!* 

Drawings by Anna L. Brown from a specimen in the Pro- 
vincial Museum at N'ictoria, British Columbia, collected by 
M. W. Norgate, at Beacon Hill, near \'ictoria. 

1,">S. Ahlia egmontis (.Jordan^ 370 

Drawing by II. L.Todd from the type, No. 3."i08tJ. U.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. .lordan at Egmont Key, Florida. 

l.")it. Verma kendalli (Gilbert) 37.") 

Drawings by A. II. Baldwin from the type. No. 44304, 1'.S.N.M., 
collecle<l by W. C. Kendall olV west coast of Florida. 

PLATE I.XI. 

100. Letharchiis velifer (Joode and Bean 3"^> 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from the type. No. 314.">8. U.S.N. M., 
eolb>ct<«l by Kaiser an«l Martin, on west coast of Florida. 

lOL Myrichthys tigrinus Girard 376 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin. 



Explanatio7i of Plates and Figures. 3245 

PLATE LXII. 

Text page. 

162. Myrichthys pantostigmius Jordan aud McGregor 2802 

Drawiogby W. S. Atkinson from tbe type, No. 5710, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected l)y E. C. McGregor, at Clarion Island. 

163. Pisoodonophis cruentifer Goode and Bean 377 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from tbe type, No. 28938, U.S.N. M., 
collected by tbe F\sh Hawk. 

PLATE LXIII. 

164. Calechelys niuraena Jordan and Evermann 378 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 37996, U.S.N. M., 
collected by Silas Stearns at tbe Peusacola Snapper Banks. 

165. Bascanichthys scuticaris (Goode and Bean) 378 

Drawing Ity H. L. Todd from tbe type of Sphcujehranchus teres 
Goode and Beau, No. 31457, U.S.N.M., collected Ijy Kaiser 
and Martin on west coast of Florida. 

166. 166rt. Bascanichthys peninsulae (Gilbert) 379 

Drawings by A. H. Baldwin from tbe type, No. 44297, 
U.S.N.M., collected by tbe AJhalroxs in La Paz Bay, 
Lower California. 

PLATE LXIV. 

167. Quassiremus evionthas (Jordan and Bellman) 380 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin. 

168. Ophichthus guttifer ( Bean and Dresel ) 383 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 32647, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Silas Stearns on the Peusacola Snapper Banks. 

169. Ophichthus ocellatus (Le Sueur) 383 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 22289, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns at Peusacola, Florida. 

PLATE LXV. 

170. Mystriophis intertinctus (Richardson) 386 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 22865, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Kaiser aud Martin ou west coast of Florida. 

171. Lycodontis moringa (Cuvier) 395 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 6994, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Garden Key, Florida. 

172. Muraena insularuni .Jordan aud Da vis 400 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin. 

PLATE LXVI. 

173. Muraena retifera Goode aud Bean 401 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 31393, U.S.N.M., 
collected by C. C. Leslie, at Charleston, South Carolina. 

174. Channomuraeua vittata (Richardson) 404 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin. 

175. Saccopharynx anipullaceus (Harwood) 406 

Drawing from Giiutber, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. lxvi. 



3'24>) Bulk tin ^j. United States National Museum. 

IM.ATE LXVII. 

Text page. 

ITti. Gastrostomus bairdii Gill and Ryder 406 

Drawing l»y II. L. Todd from No. 33386, U.-S.N.M., collected 
l>y the AIbatru8>i at .station L'074, in X. lat. 41- 43', W. lonj,'. 
I).-. L'l .".0 , at a flopth of 1,309 fathoms. 

177. Tarpon atlanticus (Cuvier and Vali-ncienues) 4(>9 

Itrawin;,' by II. L. Todd. 

178. Elops saurus l.innans 410 

Drawinj; l»y H. L. Todd. 

PLATE LXVIII. 

17i'. Albula vulpes ( Linnaiiw) 411 

Drawing Uy 11. L. Todd. 

180. Hiodoii tergisus Le Sueur 413 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 8710, U..S.N.M., collected 
by George Clark, at Ecorse, Michigan. 

181. Hiodon selenops .lordan and IJean 411 

Drawing by H. I.. To.ld from the type, No. 19844, C.S.N.M., 
collected liy Daniel .1. Dufty, at Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

PLATE LXIX. 

18 J. Chanos chanos ( Forskal) 414 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from No. 28240, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Dr. (ulbert at Mazatlan, Mexico. 

183. Dorosoma cepedianum ( Le Sueur) 416 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

184. Signalosa atchafalayee Evernumn and Kendall 2809 

1 trawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type, No. 48790, U.S.N. M., 
coUt'cted by Fred M. Cliambcrlain in the Atcbafalaya 
River at Melville, Louisiana. 

PLATE LXX. 

l.s'i. Clupea harengiis Linna-us 421 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

18ti. Clupea pallasii Cuvier and Valenciennes 422 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. L'771S, T. S.N. M., collected 
by L. Bailey at Tnalaska. 

ls7. Pomolobua chrysochlorls Ratine8i|Ut' 42r> 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3Uir)!i. I'.S.N.M.. coll<-ctcd by 
Silas Stearns at Pensacola, Florida. 

PLATE LXXI. 

188. Pomolobus mediocris (Mitdiill) 425 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 2.")132, U..S.N.M., collected at 
Wasliington market by Dr. Beau. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3247 

Text page. 

189. Pomolobus pseudoharengiis (Wilson) 426 

Drawiug- by H. L. Todd from No. 25197, T.S.N.M., collected at 
Washiiigtou market. 

190. Pomolobus aestivalis (Mitcbill) 426 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32639, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Washington market. 

PLATE LXXII. 

191. Alosa sapidissima (Wilson) 427 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 25099, U.S.N.M., collected by 
U. S. F. C. at Norfolk, Virginia. 

192, 192a. Alosa alabamae Jordan and E vermann 2810 

Drawings by A. H, Baldwin from the types, Nos. 47690, 
male, and 47689, female, U.S.N.M., collected by J. N. 
Fitts in Black Warrior Kiver, at Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

PLATE LXXIII. 

193. Sardinella humeralis (Chivier tt Valenciennes; 431 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the tyi)e of Harenrjida jmisacohr 
Goode and Bean, No. 22831, U.S.N.M., collected by Silas 
Stearns at Fensacola, Florida. 

104. Sardinella .stolifera (.Jordan and Gilbert) 431 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 2693, L. S. .Jr. Univ. Mus., 
collected l)y the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, Mexico. 

195. Brevoortia tyrannus ( Latrobe) 433 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20666, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE LXXIV. 

196. Stolephorus perthecatus Goode and Bean 442 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 30483, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns in south Florida. 

197. Alepocephalus agassizii Goode and Beau 453 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. CCCXXXVIII, M. C. Z., 
collected by A. Agassiz in N. lat. 38- 18 40 , W. long. 73^ 
18' 10", at a depth of 922 fathoms. 

ION. Talismania antillarum Goode and Beau 455 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from the type, No. 43739, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2394, in N. ]at.28-> 38' 
30", W. long. 87- 02 , at a depth of 420 fathoms. 

PLATE LXXV. 

199. Aleposomus copei Gill 459 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 33551, U.S.N.M.. 
.collected by the AUmtross at Station 2099, in N. lat. 37^ 12 
20", W. long. 69- 39 , at a dei)th of 2.949 fathoms. 



324S Bu/lelin ^y. United Stales Katioual .^fuscum. 

Text pMK*^- 
L'dO. Coregonus 'w^illiamsoni ^i i rani . 463 

l)r:i\viii;.r by A. II. I'.alilwin from u breeding male collected 
by ]!. A. IJeaii in Little Spokane Kiver, near Clarks Spring, 
Wasliinj^toM. 

i'Od./. Coregonus \villiamsoni fJiranl U)3 

l)ra\vin;i iiy A. H, IJalilwiu Imiu a yonn;; imlividnal col- 
lected by Dr. Everniann in Montana. 

PLATE LXXVI. 

L'f'l. Coregonus coulterii Kigenn:ann and Ki;;enniann 462 

l)rawin;i by A. 11. Baldwin from tlie type. No. 44875, l'..S. 
N.M., collected by Dr. Eigenmann in the Kicking Horse 
Kiver at Field. Hritisli Colnmbia. 

202. Coregonus clnpeiformis (Mitcliill) 4r>5 

Drawing by ILL. Todd Irom No. 103(K), L'..S.N.M.. collected 
by (ieorge Clark at Ecorse, Michigan. 

20S. Argyrosomus nigripinnis (Mil 472 

I 'rawing by A. IL I'.aldwin Irom a nearly ri]>e male collecte<l 
in Lake Miiliigan, off Sheboygan, Wiscousin, in MO fathoms. 

PLATE LXXVIl. 

204. Stenodus mackenzii (Hichardson) 474 

Drawing from No. 2988!t, L'.S.N.M., collected at Xulato, 
Alaska, by E. W. Nelson. 

20."). Oncorhynchus gorbuscha i Walbaum ) 178 

Drawing by 11. L. Toilil from No. 2774!^, L'.S.N.M.. collected 
by Dr. Peau in Cooks Inlet, Alaska. 

21 '6. Oncorhynchus tscha-wytscha (Walbaum i 47l» 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

PLATE LXXVI 11. 

2(>7. Oncorhynchus nerka (W.ilbanni) 481 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a male specimen of the large 
form collected by T. M. Williams at l'>ig Payette Lake. 
Idaho. 

207</. Oncorhynchus nerka ( Walbanm ) 481 

Drawing by A. It. Baldwin from a Icmalc specimen of the 
small form collected l)y Dr. Evcrmann at Altnr:is Lake, 
Maho. 

2(i7/'. Oncorhynchus nerka ( WalbannD 4S1 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from a nnitilated male specimen 
of the sm.iU form collected by Dr. Evcrmann at Alturas 
Lake. Idaho. 

l'l..\rE LXXIX. 

208. Salmo clarkii henahawi It. ill and Jordan) 4;<:!; 2si;» 

l>rawing by S. E. Denton from No. 1708t'i. U.S.N.M., collect*-*! 
by 11. W. llenshaw in Lake Tuhoc. California. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3249 



Text page. 

209. Salmo clarkii virginalis (Girarcl) 495; 2819 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from a specimen collected by Peter 
Madsen in Utah Lake, Utah. 

210. Salmo clarkii spilurus (Cope) 495; 2819 

Drawing by S. F. Denton Irom a specimen collected by Jordan 
and Evermann at Del Norte, Colorado. 

PLATE LXXX. 

211. Salmo clarkii pleuriticus (Cope) 496 ; 2819 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from specimen collected bj' Jordan 
and Evcrniaun at Trappers Lake, Colorado. 

212. Salmo clarkii bouvieri (Uendire) 49(1; 2819 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type, collected by Capt. 
Charles Bendire at Waha Lake, Idaho. 

213. Salmo clarkii stomias (Cope) 497 ; 2819 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from a specimen collected by Jor- 
dan and Evermann at Twin Lakes, Colorado. 

PLATE LXXXI. 

214. Salmo clarkii macdonaldi .Jordan and Evermann 497; 2819 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type. No. 41730, U.S.N.M., 
collected by George Fisher in Twin Lakes, Colorado. 

215. Salmo gairdneri Richardson 497 

216. Salmo irideus Gibbons ,~>0O 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from No. 37782, U.S.N. M., a male 
example, collected by "William Montgomery at Verona, 
Missouri, where the species had been introduced. 

PLATE LXXXIl. 

£17. Cristivomer namaycush (Walbaum) 50-i 

Drawing by S. F. L^enton. 

218. Salvelinus foutinalis (Mitchill) 506 

Drawing by H. L. Todd froin No. 28651, U.S.N.M., collected 
byE. G. Blackford. 

219. Salvelinus malma ( Walbaum) 507 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27740, U.S.N. M., collected 
by T. H. Beau in Cooks Inlet. 

PLATE LXXXIII. 

220. Salvelinus alpinus aureolus ( Bean) 511 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 39899, U.S.N.M., a female, 
collected by E. B. Hodge at Suuapee Lake, New Hamj)- 
shire. 

221. Salvelinus oquassa (Girard) 514 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 20688, U.S.N.M., collected 
l>y K. (i. I^lackford at 0(inas8a Lake, Maine. 

222. Thymallus signifer (Richardson) 517 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by E. W. 
Nelson at Nulato, Alaska. 



3250 BulUiin ^7, United States National Museum. 



I'l.Aii; i.xxxiv. 

Text i.a;:<-. 

22:^. Thymallus tricolor Ci.i><' 51>< ; 2871 

Druwinj. l)y H. 1.. To.l.I from No. 1 1115, U.S. N.M.. collected 
liy J. W. Milner in Aiisahle liivor, Micbi;;;aii. 

221. Thymallus tricolor montauus (Milner) 519; 2871 

Drawiiij^ liy S. 1". Denton from :i Hpecimen collectfd by Dr. 
.lordan :it iiorsetiiief Spi in;rs, Montana. 

22l(/. Thymallus tricolor moiitanus (Milner) 510; 2s71 

Drawing by A. 11. IJaldwin from a young example collected 
in the Yellowstone I'ark by Dr. Kverniann. 

PLATE LXXX\ . 

225. Mallotus villosus (MiilliTj 520 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. :S418, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by Dr. E. Coues in Grosswater Bay. 

22ii. Thaleichthys pacificus ( Kichardson) 521 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 28001, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Mar( I1.S Haider in Cliilkat Kiver, Alaska. 

227. Osmerus thaleichthys Ayres 522 

Drawing by H, L. Todd from No. 280S7, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. IJean at Sau Framisco, California, 

PLATE LXXXM. 

228. Osmerus mordax (Mitcliill i 523 

Drawing l)y II. L. Todd from No. 2143.5, U.S.N.M.. oolb-cteil 
by \ . N. Edwards at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

22!t. Osmerus deutex Steindacliner 524 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27914, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Port ("larence, Alaska, by Dr. Bean. 

21^0. Hypomesus pretiosus ((Jiranl) .*>25 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27995. U..^.N.M., collected 
in Vakntat Bay, Alaska, by Dr. Bean. 

I'LAIE L\XX\ II. 

2151. Hypomesus olidus ( Pallas > 525 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 2397:<, U.S.X.M.. collected 
by L. M. Turner at St. Michaels, Alaska. 

2:^2. Argentina silus Ascauius ,52(5 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. .37801, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by I',. II. Bunker at Biddefonl Pool, Maine. 

233. Leuroglossus stilbius (Gilbert .">27 

Drawing l>y A. 11. Baldwin from the tyi)e, No. 4 I2S;{, U.S.N.M., 
colltM ted by the Allxilioss .it St.-ition 2997 in 221 fathoms. 

i'LA'IK LXXXXill. 

23L Bathylagus benedicti (loode and Boan .529 

l>r.iwing by A. H. Baldw in from a specimen collected by the 
AUuitrosa at Station 2711. in N. lat. 38 59, W. long. 70- 
07 , in 1,344 fathoms. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3251 

Text page. 

235. Trachinocephalus niyops ( Forster) 533 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

236. Synodus fcEtens (Linnieus) 538 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2599S, U.S.N.M., collected 
by C. C. Leslie at Cliarlestou, .South Carolina. 

PLATE LXXXLX. 

237. Benthosaurus grallator Goode and Bean 543 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
Blake at Station clxxiv, iu N. lat. 24- 23 , W. long. 84° 
23', in 1,850 fathoms. 

238. Bathypterois quadrifilis Giinther 545 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by the 
Blake at Station xcvui, off St. Vincent. 

239. Ipnops murrayi Giinther 547 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
Blake at Station ccxxxiii, in N. lat. 24- 36 , W. long. 84^ 
5', in 955 fathoms. 

PLATE XC. 

240. Rondeletia bicolor Goode and Bean 548 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 38202, U.S.N. M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2206, in N. lat. 36- 47', 
W. long. 73^-^ 25', in 1,641 fathoms. 

241. Cetoniimus gillii Goode and Beau 549 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from the type, No. 35529, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Alh((iross at Station 2206. iu N. lat. 39- 35', 
W. long. 71 24 30 , iu 1,043 fathoms. 

242. Ceratoscopelus madeirensis (Lowe) 557 

Drawnng by J. C. Van Hook from No. 43776, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the Albatross at Station 2528, iu N. lat. 41" 47' 
W. long. 65^ 37' 30' , iu 677 fathoms. 

PLATE XCI. 

243. Lampanyctus crocodilus (Risso) 558 

Drawing by A. ]\. Baldwin from a specimen collected at Nice, 
and obtained by the U.S.N. jNL through the Koyal Zoolog- 
ical Museum at Florence, Italy. 

244. Lanipadena speculigera Goode and Bean 561 

Drawiugby J. C. Van Hook from the type. No. 43797, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Fish Hawk at Station 797, off Newport, 
Khode Island, in 10.5 fathoms. 

245. Nannobrachium niacdoualdi Goode and Bean 563 

Drawing by S. F. Denton Irora No. 3.5445, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross at Station 2182, in N. lat. 39- 25 30 ", W. 
long. 71 44 , in S61 fathoms. 



3252 Bulletin ^7, L'ni/al S/iil,\s Xalioiuil Muse ion. 

I'LAli: .\( II. 

Text i>age 

-'It!. .Sjthoprora lucida Ooode and l$e;iii .'>tw 

Dniwiiiu^ I'V A. II. HaMwiu from No. nOS4. U.S.N.M., <ol- 
lected by the JlhnlroKH at .*>tatioii L'lL'T, in N. lat. VJ i:> , W. 
long. 7."> 04 , in ir>;{;» fatlionis. 

I'lT. Myctophum opaliiium (Joode and Hean .">71 

Krawin;,' l»y J. C. Van Hook from No. I:i71l8, L'.S.N.M., col- 
lected by tbe Albatross at Station 258.5, in N. lat.39<^ 08' 30", 
W. lon;^. ~'2 17 , in .512 fathoms. 

24S. Tarletonbeania tenua Ki^enniann and Kigenmann 575 

drawing by A. II. Hablwin from No. 41882, U.S.N. M., col- 
lerted by C. 11. Ki;fenmann off I'oint Loma, near San Diego, 
( aiifornia. 

PLATE XCIII. 

240. Yarrella blackfordii (niode and ISean 584 

Drawing by A. H. T.aldwin from tlie type, No. 44242. U.S.N. M., 
collected by tiio Albatross at Station 2376, in N. lat. 29- 03' 
15' , W. lonu;. k8- Iti', in 321 fathom.s. 
2.50. Chauliodus sloauei Hloch and Schneider 585 

Draw in-: by II. L. Todd from No. 23420, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Capt. Charles Anderson and crew, of the Gloncestcr fish- 
ing lleet, iiiN. l;it.42 08, W. long. 65 35, in 185 fathoms. 

251. Astronesthes gemmifer Goode and I{eau 586 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type. No. 24645. U.S.N.M., 
collectcfl by the schooner I'olur U'ltrt from the stomach of 
a halibut, in N. lat. 44 25, W. long. 53 12 . in :>00 fnthoma. 

I'LATE XCIV. 

252. Astronesthes richardsoni Poey 587 

Drawing by M. .M. Smitli from No. 3.5540, I'.S.N.M., collected 
by the AlbatroHH at Station 2202, in N. lat. 39 38 , W. long. 
71 39 45 , in 515 fathoms. 

2.53. Stomias ferox b'einhardt 588 

Drawing by H.L.'rod<l from No. 23.S6(t, I'.S.N.M., «oil<cted 
by Capt. David Canmiel and crew, of the (Jloucester lish- 
ing Heet, .it East Maniinen-nx. 

254. Granimatostomias dentatus Goode and Bean .5!H) 

Drawing by ILL. Todfl from the type. No. 37370, U.S.N.M.. 
collected by X\w Albatntss, at Station 2.5»»5, in N. lat. 38 19 
20 , W. lung. 69 02 30 , in 20«;9 fathoms. 

I'l.ATK \(\\ 

2.55. Photonectes graciles CJoode.-ind Uean .591 

Drawing iiy M. M. Smith froM\ the tyjte, collected by the 
lUakt at .station \i., olV .M.irtinii|ne. in 172 fathoms. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3253 

Text page. 

256. Malacosteus niger Ayres 593 

Drawing bj- H. L. Todd, from No. 32169, U.8.N.M., collected 
by Capt. Charles Anderbon aud crew, of the schoouer Alice 
(Jr. Wonson, on the uortheasteru edge of Georges Bank, in 
125 fathoms. 

257. Alepisaurus ferox Lowe 595 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20593, U.S.N.M., ob- 
tained in the New York market by E, G. Blackford. 

PLATE XCVI. 

258. Alepisaurus aesculapius ( Bean) 595 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from the type, No. 27705, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Robert King at Unalaska, Alaska. 

259. Arctozenus coruscans (Jordan & Gilbert) 601 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 27171, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Mr. Brown, at Port Townsend, Washington. 

260. Paralepis coregonoides Risso 602 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen in the Academy of 
Natural Sciences of Montreal. 

PLATt: XCVII. 

261,261a. Argyropelecus olfersi (Cuvier) 604 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 33393, U. S. N. M., 
collected by the Albatross iu N. lat. 41° 40' 30 ", W. 
long. 65"^ 35', in 855 fathoms. 

PLATE XCVIII. 

262. Aldrovandia macrochir (Giinther) 609 

Di'awiug by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
Blale at Station liii, oft' Havana, in 212 fathoms. 

263. Aldrovandia gracilis Goode and Bean 610 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from a specimen collected by the 
Blake nt Station Lxx, oft' Guadaloupe, in 769 fathoms. 

264. Notacanthus aualis (Jill 615 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 37856, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2677, in N. lat. 32^ 39', 
W. long. 76- 50' 30", in 478 fathoms. 

265. Notacanthus phasganorus Goode 616 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type. No. 2.5972, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Capt. Briggs (iilpatrick, of the schooner (iath- 
erer, from the stomach of a gronud shark, on the Grand Bank. 

PLATE XCIX. 

266. Lipogenys gillii Goode aud Beau 619 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 39212, U.S.N.M.. 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2742, in N. lat. 37^ 46 
30", W. long. 73^ 56' 30", in 865 fathoms. 



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Text (Mgc 

I'tiT . Dallia pectoralis IJean ^-1 

Iirawinn l.y H. L. Todd Iroiii tlio type, No. I'^IUH. I'.S.N.M., 
< olltctcd by L. M. Tiirmr, at St. Michaels, Alaska. 
268. Umbra pygmaea (Do Kay 1 •''-* 

Drawing,' l.y II. L. Ti.dd fn.m No. 318x0. I'.S.N.M.. collected 
in New Jersey. 

PLATE C. 

2t)9, 269<i. Lucius lucius (Linuaus) 028 

Drawings by H. L. Todd Irom No. *.t:i89. U.S.N.M., collected 
at Ktorse, Michi;;aii. 

270. Lucius masquinongy (Mitrbill) 029 

Drawing by li. 1.. Todd from No. 10607, U.S.N. M., collected 
by (ieo. Chuk at Hcorsc, Michigan. 

PLATK CI. 

271. 271'i. Fundulus majalis (Walbanni) 039 

Drawings by H. I.. Todd from No. 13788, I'.S.N.M. (female 
and male), collected by the U. S. Fish Commission at 
Woods Hob', Massachusetts. 

2716. Fundulus majalis tWalbauni) 039 

Drawing by A. II. Ibiidwin from a young example collected 
by II. .M. .^mitli at St. (icorge Island, Maryland. 

IM.ATK (TI. 

272. Fundulus pallidus Evernninn ^^ 

I Hawing by .\. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 4i).">64, U.S.N.M., 
collect'-d by Kvermaun, Scovell, and (inrb y in (Jaheston 
Hay, near Swan Lake, (ialvcston, Texas. 

273. Fundulus heteroclitus (Linmens) 040 

Drawing by A. 11. Haldwin from a male examide collected 
by II. M. Smith at St. (Jeorge Island, Maryland. 

271. Fundulus ocellaris .Jordan and (Jilbert '»42 

Diawing by .\. II. Baldwin from a specimen collected in the 
Withlacoochee Kiver. I'lorida, by A. .1. Woolniau. 

ri.ATK (III. 

27.">. Fundulus diaphanus (Le Snenn '■^'' 

Drawing by A. II. Hablwin from a male example collecte«l by 
II. .M. Smith at St. Ceorge Island. Maryland. 

27.">«. Fundulus diaphanus lI.eSneur* 045 

Drawing by A. II. Hablwin from a female evauipb- collected 
by II. M. Smith at Si. George Island. Maryland. 

270. Fundulus zebrinus .lordan .md (iilbert 04»i 

Drawing by li. I,. Tod I from No. 30»;i0. U.S.N.M., coUectesl 
at Ellis. Kansas, by 1 . \\ . Cragin. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3255 

PLATE CIV. 

Text i>at:e. 

277. Funduliis seminolis Giraid 647 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected iu 
Charlie Apopka Creek, Florida, by A. J. Woolman. 

278. Fundulus catenatus (Storer) 648 

I)rawin<; by A. H. Haldwin from a male example collected by 
Dr. (iurley iu l?all Creek, near Tazewell, Tennessee. 
278rt. Fundulus catenatus (Storer) 648 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 364.56, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Jordan and Gilbert in Saline Kiver, Benton, Arkansas. 

PLATE CV. 

279. Fundulus stellifer (Jordan) 64s 

Drawing by fl. L. Todd from Xo. 17888, l\S.N.M., collected 
Vjy Dr. Jordan in Ktowa River, Rome, Georgia. 

280. Fundulus rathbuni .Jordan and Meek 649 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type, X'^o. 39860, U.S.X\M., 
collected iu Allemance Creek, Greensboro, North Carolina, 
by Jordan, .Jenkins, and Meek. 

281. Fundulus albolineatus Gilbert 649 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type, collected by P. H. 
Kirsch in Spring Creek, Huntsville, Alabama. 

PLATE CVI. 

282. Fundulus funduloides (E vermann ) 650 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type, Xo. 45563, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in Dickinson 
Bayou, near Galveston, Texas. 

283. Fundulus macdonaldi ( Meek) 6.j1 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type collected bj' Meek. 
Drew, and Rettger in Jones Creek, Dixon, Missouri. 

284. Fundulus jenkinsi Fvernuiun 6.")I 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type, Xo. 4.5562, U.S.X.M., 
collected by Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in Dickinson 
Bayou, near Galveston, Texas. 

PLATE CVII. 

285. Fundulus pulvereus ( I-vermauu ) 6.52 

Drawing by A. II. lialdwin from the type, Xo. 4.5,561, U.S.X'.M., 
collected iu Dickinson Bayou, near Galveston, Texas, by 
Kverniauu, Scovell, and Gurley. 

286. Fundulus luciae ( Baird) 654 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
H. M. Smith at St. George Island. ^laryland. 

287. Fundulus clirysotus Hoi brook 655 

Drawing by A. H. l?aldwin from a specimen collected by 
A. J. Woolman in Florida. 



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TLATi; CVIII. 

Text page. 

'i5<s. Funduhis iiottii (Aj^assi/ > 656 

Dniwin;,' l.y II. L. To<l(l IVoiii No. 31439, I'.S.N.M., collected 
ill Klbow Creek, Florida, liy .J. A. HiMiBhall. 

l,'8!t. Fuudulus notatus (KatiueBiiiiei G5H 

Drawiufi by H. L. Todd fmiu No. 36324. U.S.N. M., collected 
ill Wliitf Kiver iit Kiinka Sprinjis, Arkaueas, l>y .Jordan 
aun Gilbert. 

L'JHi. Adinia dugesii ( Heaii) M\ 

l»rawiii;,r l.y H. L. Todd from the type, No. 37S31, U.S.N. M., 
collected by riot. A. Dugis, iu Guanajuato, Mexico. 

I'LATi: CIX. 

•Jill. Fuiidulua goodei (Jordan; 664; 2831 

L)ra\ving by A. H. Baldwin, from a Hpecimeu collected by 
A. .1. Woolmau in Florida. 

I.".t2. Lucania parva ( Maird au<l (;iraril) 6t55 

Drawinji by W. S. Haiues from a sjucinn-ii collected l>y Dr. 
Beau ill New Jersey. 

2^*3. Characodon bilineatus Beau t)6x 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from the type, No. 37832, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Professor Dnges iu Guauajuato, Mexico. 

PLATE ex. 

294. 294a, 29l/», 294f, 294rf. Empetrichthys merriami Gilbert 667 

Drawings from the type. No. 16101, r..><.N..M., collected by 
Merriam and Bailey in A.sli Meadows. Aniargosa Desert, ou 
the boundary between California and Nevada. 

PLATE CXI. 

29."), 29.">rt. Characodon variatus Bean 669 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 37S10, U.S.N.M., the type 
of <'. ferrnfii»eun Bean, collected by Professor Dugi-s iu 
(iiian.ijiiato, Mexico. 

296. Cyprlnodoii variegatus Lacrpede 671 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from a male e\ani]de collected 
by IL M. .Smith at tSt. George Island. Maryland. 

PLATE CXIl. 

29r>,j. Cyprinodon variegatus Lat ijii-de (>7l 

Drawing by A. H. Bahlwin from a young example collected 
by H. ^L Smith at St. (ieorgo Island. Maryland. 

297. Cyprinodon carpio (iiintln-r 675 

Drawing by II. L. Tod<l from No. 32151, U.S.N. M.. collected 
by Dr. .L W. Velie at Moca Ciega Bay, Florida. 

2W. Jordanella floiidae Goodo .-md Beau ii77 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin Iroma specimen eollecte«l by A. .1. 
Woolmau in Florida. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures, 3257 



PLATE CXIII. 

Text page. 

299. Gambusia affinis ( Baiid and Girard) 680 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 37839, U.S.N.M., a male, 
collected by Professor Dugi'S in Mexico. 

299rf . Gambusia affinis (I3aird and Girard) 680 

Drawing bj^ A. H. Baldwin from a female example collected 
by H. M. Smith at St. George Island, Maryland. 

300. Anableps dovii Gill 685 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 48214, U. S.N.M., col- 
lected by E. W. Nelson in Tehuautepec, Mexico. 

PLATE CXIV. 

30L Goodea atripinnis Jordan 685 

Drawing from the type, No. 23137, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Professor Dugis at Leon in Gnanajnato, Mexico. 

302. Heterandria formosa Agassi/ 687 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin. 

303. Poecilia presidionis Jordan and Culver 697 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, a female. No. 2687, 
L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at 
Mazatlan, Mexico, in the Rio Presidio. 

PLATE CXV. 

304. Xiphophorus helleri Meckel 701 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 44948, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by A. L. Herrera at Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

305. Chologaster cornutus Agassiz 703 

Drawing by S.F.Denton from the type of C. arUns Jordan 
and Jenkins, No. 39864, U.S.N.M., collected by Jenkins and 
Meek in the outlet of the Dismal Swamp, Virginia. 

306. Typhlichthys subterraneus Girard 704 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from No. 36806, U.S.N. M., collected 
in Mammoth Cave. Kentucky. 

307. Amblyopsis spelaeus 1 )eKay 706 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 5863, U.S.N.M., collected in 
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. 

PLATE CXVI. 

308. Tylosurus raphidoma (Ranzani) 715 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

309. Tylosurus acus (Lac^^pcde) 716 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21422, U.S.N.M., received 
from E. (J. Blackford. 

310. Chriodorus atherinoides Goode and Beau 719 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 26593, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Silas Stearns at Key West, Florida. 

311. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus ( Ranzani) 720 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from No. 16944, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by Otto Lugger in Chesapeake Bay. 



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PLATE t XVII. 

Text jiajie. 

312. Hyporhamphiis roberti ( Cin i<r and Valeiicieiiues) ~'1\ 

{•rawing hy W. .*^. IIain<-H from a specinieu collerted at Louy- 
|iort, N»'W Jersey, by Dr. lU-au. 

:ii:t. Hemirhamphus brasiliensis (Linna-us) ''I'l 

Drawing,' l.y H. I,. Todd from No. L'G40(i. 1'. S.N. M., collected 
at llim^trs W'liarf. \'ir;;inia, by .I.T. Wilkins. 

;il I. Scombresox saurus ( Walhanm ) 725 

Drawin;,' by H. L. Todd from No. Iit853, U.S. N.M., collected 
by V. N. Kdwards at Woods Hole. 

31.">. Fodiator acutus ( (iivitr and Valenciennes) 728 

l)ra\vinj< by A. II. Baldwin from No. 43427, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the Albatrosn at Panama. 

I'LATE CWIII. 

:;iti. Exonautes exsiliens (MiilltT) 732; 2830 

I )rawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2."»187, U..S.N.M., collected by 
i:.(;. Blackford. 

.■!17. Exonaiites rondelettii I Ciivicr and \'al»'ucieune8) 733; 2^30 

Drawiii;^ by II. L.Todd from No. 21S71. U.S.N.M., collected 
by Capt. N. .Mcl'lice in N. lat. 41 40 , W. 100^.62-= 28'. 

'MX. ExoccEtus volitans Liniiaiis 734 

Krawinj: by H.L.Todd from No. 2(i636. I'.S.N.M.. collected 
by V. N. Edwards at Woods Hole. 

PLATE CXLX. 

3Ut. Cypsilurus califoruicus ( Cooper) 740; 2830 

I>rawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2(;t>07. U.S.N.M., collected 
by I »r. .Jordan at Santa Barbara, California. 

32<i. Gasterosteiis aculeatus Liuna-us 717 

1 (rawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2087."). U.S.N.M., collected 
at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, by V.N. Edwards. 

'■'>-\. Gasterosteua cataphractus (Pallas) 74;» 

iMawiiig by H. L. I'odd from a specimen collected by Dr. 
I!eaii at St. I'aiil Islan.l, Alaska. 

PL All: CXX. 

322. Apeltes quadracns (Mitciiill) 752 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 134(>i». U.S.N.M., collected 
by \'. N. l.dwanls at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

323. Aulorhynchus flavidua (Jill 7i>l 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 21585, U.S.N.M., collected 

by .1. (J. Swan in Pugi-t Sound. 

:!2 1 . AulostomuB maciilatus Valenciennes 7."i4 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from No. aiKW. U.S.N.M., collected 

1>.\ U.S. Fish Commissi(ui, Potomac River, Washiugton. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3259 

Text page. 

325. Siphostonia starksii Jordan *fc Culver 771 

Diawinjr by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 2686, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by the Hopkins Expedition in the Rio 
Presidio, Mazatlan, Mexico. 

326. Corythroichthys cayoruni Evermaiin and Kendall 2838 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 48784, U S.N.M., 
a male, collected by Evermaiiu and Kendall at Key West, 
Florida. 

PLATE CXXI. 

327. Hippocampus hudsouius De Kay 777 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

328. Hippocampus zosterae Jordan and Gilbert 778 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Jordan at Pcnsacola, Florida. 

329. Percopsis guttatus Agassiz 784 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Evermann in East Okoboji Lake, Iowa. 

PLATE CXXII. 

3.30. Columbia transmontana Eigenmann and Eigenmann 784 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected at the 
mouth of the Umatilla River. Oregon, by Dr. Eigenmann. 

331. Aphredoderus sayanus (Gilliams) 786 

Drawing from No. 34401, U.S.N.M., collected by William 
McAdanis in the Illinois River. 

332. Atherina stipes Miiller and Troschel 790 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 38456, U.S.N. M., col- 
lected by the Albatross in the Bahamas. 

PLATE CXXIII. 

333. Atherina araea Jordan and Gilbert 790 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from the type. No. 34967, U.S.N. M., 
collected by Dr. Jordan at Key West, Florida. 

334. Chirostoma humbolditanum (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 793 

Drawing by A. H. i'.aldwin from No. 44156, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Scovell and Woolman in Mexico. 

335. Eslopsarum jordani (Wo(dniau) 793; 2840 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by A. J. 
Woolman in the canals at Salamanca, Mexico. 

PLATE CXXIV. 

336. Kirklandia vagrans (Goode and Bi-an ) 794 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 22864, U.S.N.M., collected 

by Silas Stearns at Pensacola. Florida. 
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Text page. 

337. Meiiidia peninsulae (Goodo and Hi-aii) 797 

l)r;i\viii;,' t.y II. L. Todd iVoiii No. 21481, U.S.N.M., collected at 
reiiHacola, FI(»riil;i.. by .Silas Stearus. 

338. Menidia gracilis ber y Uiiia (Cope ) "y7 

Drawing; l>.\ A. II. Haldwin from a apeciiiieu collected by H. 
M. iSmith in tli<- I'otoinac liiver. 

I'LATK CXXV. 

33y. Eury stole eriarcha (Jordan and Gilbert) >'03 

Drawing by Anna L. Hrown from No. 2689, I... S. Jr. Univ. 
Mils., collected by the Hopkins expedition at Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

340. Thyrina evernianni Jordan and Culver 804 

Drawin;^ by Anna L. IJrown from the type, No. 2688, L. 8. Jr. 
I'niv. Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Ma/at - 
Ian, Mexico. 

341. Atherinopsis californieiisis (Jirard 806 

Urawiny from No. I'UTtU, CS.N.M., collected by Dr. Jordan at 
San Diego, California. 

PLATE CXXVI. 

312. Atherinops affinis (Ayre.-i) 807 

Drawing by Anna L. lirown. 
3i:i. Mugil cephalus Linna-us 811 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 24456, U..S.N.M., collected 
at Woods Hole, Massachnsetts, by V.N. Edwards. 
341. Mugil curema ( iivier and Valenciennes 813 

Drawing by 11. L. Todtl. 

PLATE CXXVH. 

345. Mugil hospes .Ionian and Culver 814 

Drawing by Anna L. Hrown from the type, No. 2890, L. .s. Jr. 
L'niv. Mus., collecteil by th«- Hopkins Expedition at Mazat- 
lan, Mexico. 

34H. Chaenomugil proboscideus ((iiinther) 816 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 46563, U.S.N. M., e<d- 
ieeti'd by the AlUatroHH at Clarion Island. 

347. Agonostomus monticola ( Bancroft ) 819 

Drawing by A. H. Hablwin from No. 45482. U.8.N.M., collected 
by E. W, Ncl.son in Mexieo. 

PLATE CXXVIII. 

348. JoturuB pichardi Poey 821 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 31010. U.S.N.M.. collected 
by Captain Dow at Panama. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3261 

Text page. 

349. Sphyraeiia barracuda (Walbaum) 823; 2841 

Drawiug by JI. L. Todd from No. 14978, U.S.N.M., received 
from E. G. Blackford, collected in Florida. 

350. Polydactylus octonemus (Girard) 830 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 22821, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Silas Stearns at Tensacola, Florida. 

PLATE CXXIX. 

351. Ammodytes americanus De Kay 833 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 1G500, U.S.N.M., collected by 
the U. S. Fish Commission at Nantucket. 

352. Bathyclupea argentea Goode and Bean 835 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type collected by the 
Blale, off Neris. 

353. Stephanoberyx monae Gill 836 

Drawing by il. L. Todd from the type, No. 33445, U.S.N.M,, 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2077, in the Gulf 
Stream. 

PLATE CXXX. 

354. Hoplostethus mediterraneus Cuvier and Valenciennes 837 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from No. 43624, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the Albatross at Station 2059. 

355. Plectromus suborbitalis Gill 841 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type. No. 33271, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the A Ibatross at Station 2036, in N. lat. 38- 52'40", 
W. long. 69- 24' 40 , iu 1,735 fathoms. 

356. Plectromus crassiceps Giinther 843 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from No. 33378, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross in N. lat. 41- 40' 30", W. long. 65- 35 , in 855 
fathoms. 

PLATE CXXXI. 

357. Beryx splendens Lowe 844 

Drawing by M. M. Smitli from a si>ecimen collected by the 
Albatross at Station 2415, iu N. lat. 30-^ 44 , W. long. 79- 26', 
iu 440 fathoms. 

3.5.S. Holocentrus ascensionis (Osbeck) ><48 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

3.59. Flammeo niarianus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 852; 2871 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from specimen No. 4972, L. S. Jr. 
L^uiv. Mus., oolleeted by Rev. J. S. Roberts at Kiugstou, 
Jamaica. 

PLATE CXXXII. 

360. Mullus auratus Jordan aud Gilbert 856 

Drawiug by A. H. Baldwin. 

361. Mulloides rathbuni (Everniann and Jenkins) 857 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from the type. No. 43241, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Evernuiun aud Jenkins at Guavmas, Mexico. 



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Text page 
3»!J. Upeneus maculatus iHlocb) 858 

iJrawiii^,' l.v II. L. T<>(l<I linm No. 21910, I'.S.N.M., collected 
liy V. N. Edwards at Woods Hole, Masnacbusetts. 

I'LATE CWXIII. 

SG.*^. Scomber sconibrus Liiniiius 865 

Drawiii;: l.y II. L. Tod.l from No. 25256, U.S.N. M.. obtained in 
tbr W :isliin;;ton market. 

H'il. Scomber colias Gmeliii Htjfi 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2:il!<0, I'.S.N.M.. collected by 
tbe U. S. Fisb Commission at Provinci-towu. Massacbnsi'tts. 

i{(>5. Auxis thazard ( Lact'-jti-de) ><t)7 

Drawin',^ by H. L. Todd from No. 3."j136. U.S.N.M., collected by 
tbe U. S. Fisb Commission at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE CXXXIV. 

;!»'.•;. Gymnosarda alleterata (Raliues(|uc) )S69 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 1U136. L'.S.N.M., collected by 
S. F. Ibiird at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

3r>7. Germo alalunga (fJmelin) 871 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 21844, IJ.S.N.M.. collected by 
('ai)t. William Thompson of tin- schooner Matjir, in 300 
fathoms. 

3t)S. Scomberomorus maculatus (Mitcbill) ^74 

Drawing by II. I.. Todd from No. 15.")S2. I'.S.N.M., obtained by 
E.G. Blackford in the New York market. 

1M..\TE CXXXV. 

369. Scomberomorus regalis t Hlocb) 875 

Drawing by II. L. To.id from No. 12527, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by E. <;. r.lackford at Key West. 

37ti. Escolar violaceua I Hean) 878; 2f<43 

Dr.iwing by S. F. Denton from the tyi)e, No. 392X7, I'.S.N.M., 
collected by Ca))t. Thomas Thompson on Ee Have Hank in 
125 fathoms. 

371. Epiiinula magistralls Toey 880 

Drawing by II. 1.. Todd from No. 3723><, I'.S.N.M., collected 
by the Jlluitrosn in the Caribbean Sea. 

PLATE CXXXVI. 

372. Evoxymetopon taenlatus I'oey 88<i 

Drawing by II. E. Todd from No. 5735, U.S.N. M., collected by 
I'rol'i'ssor I'ot'y in Cnba. 

373. Lepidopus caudatus (Enphrascn) 8»<6 

Drawing by .\. IE Ualdwin from No. I(ill5, E.S.N. .M., col- 
lected by John Xantns at Cape San Lucas, Lower California. 



Explanatio7i of Plates a7id Figiires. 3263 

Test page. 

374. Beiithodesmus atlanticus Goode and Bean 887 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 29116, U.S.N.M., 
taken from the stomach of a halibut by ('apt. R. Morrison, 
of the schooner Laura Nelson, on the west edge of the Grand 
Bank of Newfoundland, in 80 fathoms. 

PLATE CXXXVII. 

375. Trichiurus lepturus Linniens 889 

Drawing l)y H. L. Todd from No. 18028, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jaueway at St. Augustine, Florida. 

376. Istiophorus nigricans ( Lacopcde) 891 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 37923, U.S.N.M., collected 
by U. S. Fish Commission at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE CXXXVIII. 

377. Nematistius pectoralis Gill 895 

;. Drawing by A. H. Baldwin. 

378. Oligoplites saurus (Bloch and Schneider) 898 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 16354, U.S.N. M., collected 
by the U. S. Fish Commission at Memensha Bight. 

PLATE CXXXIX. 

379. Naucrates ductor Liunanxs 900 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 23197, U.S.N.M., collected 
by William A. Bausett at New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

380. Seriola dorsalis (Gill) 902 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by Jordan 
and (iilbert at San Pedro, California. 

381. Seriola zonata (Mitchill) 902 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 18720, U.S.N.M., collected 
by V. N. Edwards at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE CXL. 

382. Seriola lalandi Cuvier and Valenciennes 903 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 37918, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the U. S. Fish Commission at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

383. Decapterus niacarellus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 909 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

384. Trachnrus trachurus (Linna-us) 910 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 23421, F.S.N.M., collected 
at Newi)ort, Rhode Island. 

PLATE CXLI. 

385. Trachurops criimenophthalmus (Bloch) lill 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20681, U.S.N. M., collected 
by V. N. Edwards, at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 



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Text piti;<«. 
'^x&. Hemicaraiix amblyrhynclius (Ciivieruuil ValeuciemieB).. .. 912 
Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 30177, U.S.X.M., collected 
l)y Silas Stearns, ut rensacola, I'lorida. 

3S7. Caranx hippos 1 Kinn;i-iis) !'-•> 

I)rawiu}jt by H. L. Todd from NO. lOISl, I'.S.N.M., collected 
by V. N. Edwards, at Woods Hole, Massacliust-tts. 

PLATE CXLII. 

3SS. Caranx latus Agassiz '•'-! 

Drawiiijr by H. L. Todd from No. 20247, I'.S.X.M., collected 
by ^■. N. Edwards, at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

3Kt. Caranx crysos (Mitchill) !'23 

Drawitif? by H. L. Todd from No. 1*5512, I'.S.X.M., c<dlected 
by the I'.S. Fish Commission at Woods Hole, Massarhu- 
setts. 

I'LATE CXLllI. 

390. Caranx medusicola Jordan and Starks '.'24 

Drawinj; by Anna L. lirown from the type, No. 2(34."), L. S. 
.Ir. I'niv. Mus., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at 
Ma/atlan, Mexico. 

391. Hynnis hopkinsl .Jordan and Starks 933 

l)rawin^ by Anna L. Brown from the tyjie, Xo. irjH3, L. S. 
Jr. I'niv. Mus., collected by tlie Hopkins Expedition at 
Ma/.atlau, Mexico. 

ri.ATK CXLIV. 

392. Vomer setipinnis (Mitchill) 934 

lirawin;; by H. E.Todd from Xo. 1G252, U.S.X.M, obtained 
by E. G. Blackford in the Fulton Market, Xcw York. 

393. Selene vomer (LiunaUB) !'3() 

Drawing' by H. L. Todd from No. 22(X)7, I'.S.N.M., a youn^' 
examide,' colleited by C. J. Copley at Stajileton. Staten 
Island. 

PLATE CXEV. 

:;93<(. Selene vomer (LinnaMis) 936 

l>rawin>; by H. E. To<ld from No. 22279, I'.S.X.M.. an adult. 

3;M. Chloroscombrus chrysurus (Einu:ens> !t:i8 

Drawing' by 11. I,, 'iodd from Xo. 212S»), I'.S.X.M., collected 
by ]>r. (iuodo in the St. Johns Kiver. Florida. 

PLATE CXLVI. 

39.">. Trachinotus glaucus ( Hloch ) 940 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 3017t>. r.S.X.>L, collected 
by .Silas Stearns at Pen^acola, Florida. 

3!m;. Trachinotus falcatus (Linna-us) !'41 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 2«»8.'. I'.S.X.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns in Fioriila. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3265 

PLATE CXLVII. 

Text page. 

397. Trachinotus culveri Jordan and Starks 942 

Drawing by Auna L. Brown from the type, No. 2691, L. S. 
Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

398. Trachinotus carolinu.s (Linu;i-U8) 944 

Drawing by H". L. Todd from No. 10427, U.S.N.M., collected 
by S. F. Baird at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE CXLVIII. 

399. Zalocy's stilbe Jordan and McGregor 2848 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 11996, L. S. Jr. 
IJuiv. Mus., collected by R. C. McGregor, at Clarion Island. 

400. Pomatomus saltatiix (Linnicus) 946 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a cast. 

401. Rachycentron canadus (Linuiens) 948 

Drawing by H. L. To<ld from No. 18563, U.S.N.M. 

PLATE CXLIX. ^ 

402. Coryphaena hippurus Linmeus 9.52 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 16482, U.8.N.M., obtained 
by E. G. Blackford in Fulton Market. 

403. Centrolophus niger (Gnielin) 963 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from a specimen obtained at Dennis, 
Massachusetts. 

PLATE CL. 

404. Pepriliis paru (Linna'us) 96.5 

Drawing by H. L. Todd fiom No. 15234, U.S.N.M. 

405. Poronotus triacanthiis (Peck) 967 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 787, U.S.N.M., collected bj' 
S. F. Baird at Beesleys Point, New Jersey. 

PLATE CLI. 

406. Icichthys lockingtoni Jordan and Gilbert 969 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 27397, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Point Keyes, California. 

407. Schedophilus medosophagus Cocco 970 

Drawing from 11. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
Albatross in lat. 27- 49' N., 76^^ 12' W. 

408. Acrotus willoughbyi Bean 973 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type. No. 39340, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Cbas. Willougbby at the Quiuault Agency, 
west coast of Washington. 



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I'LAU: CLII. 

Text paue. 

40(1. Zaprora silenus .luidau 285<» 

J)r,i\ving by Anna L. IJrown iVtuii tin- tyjit-. in th« I*n»viniial 
Museum at Nictmia, Hritibh Columbia, collected by H.T. 
Staiiiton, at Nauaiuio, Vancouver Island. 

11(1. Grainniicolepis brachiuscu^us Pocy l'"l 

Drawing by A. H. liabhviu from a drawing by R. W. Sbuftddt. 
.lour. Morpb.. \'ol. ii. 

•111. Tetragonal lis cuvieri Kisso i'"0 

L)rawin^ by Mary llibbbrandt from a specimen collected by 
\ . N. Edwards at Woods llob-. 

I'LATE fLIII. 

412. Pempheris muUeri Poey 5^"8 

Drawin;; by M. M. Smitli I'roni No. 37111, U.S.N.M., collected 
by tbe .UIxitroHx at Cozumel. 

4i:>. Pempheris poeyi Bean I'Tt' 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from the type, No. 37184, U.S.N.M., 
colli-clcd by Prof, pocy in Cuba. 

414. Elassoma everglade! .Jordan '.♦82 

Drawing by A. 11. HaMwiu from a specimi-u collected by A. .J. 
Wool man iu Florida. 

PLATE CLIV. 

41"). Pomoxis annularis Kalinesiiue tW 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10387, U.S.N.M. 
lit). Pomoxis sparoides (Lac('=]»cde) ?87 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 1(M177, I'.S.N.M. 

rLA'lK CLV. 

117. Centrarchus macropterus ( Lacci>cde) 988 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. L»0:i;«7, I'.S.N.M.. collected 
by W. S. Hy.-itt at Kingston, North Carolina. 

lis. Acantharchiis pomotis i Haird) 1»89 

Drawing by 11. P. Todd from No. (;47.'>. r..^.N.M.. colloctod 
at Tarboro, North Carolina. 

I'LAIE CLVI. 

4 r.i. Ambloplites rupestris i Kalinesque) l>i»0 

Drawing by 11. !.. Todd from No. 9101, r.S.N..M.. <<)llectc(l 
by (iforgc (lark at Ecorse. Michigan. 

419, A, n,<'. Skull of Ambloplites rupestris I Palin<'s.|ne) '.''.'d 

Drawings ficuu lioiilcngciV c atalognc of Pcrciform Kishe.s, 
\<A. I, ]>. :>. 



Explaiiation of Plates and Figures. 3267 

PLATE CLVII. 

Text page. 

420. Archoplites interruptus (Girardj 991 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27187, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Sau Francisco. 

421. Chaenobryttus gulosus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 992 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 17803, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Kumlien and Bean in Jackson Lake, near Montgomery, 
Alabama. 

PLATE CLYIII. 

422. Enneacauthus gloriosus ( Holbrook ) 993 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 20356, U.S.N.M., collected 

by C. C. Abbott at Trenton, New Jersey. 

123. Mesogonistius chaetodon ( Baird ) 99.") 

Drawing from No. 20354, U.S.N.M., collected by C. C. Abbott 

at Trenton, New Jersey. 

PLATE CLIX. 

424 . Apomotis symmetricus ( Forbes) 998 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
Evermaun, Scovell, and Gurley in Kilpers Pond, Houston, 
Texas. 

425. Lepomis auritus (Linu.iMis) lOol 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

425a. Skull of Leponiia auritus ( Linn;T^us) 1001 

Drawing from Bonlenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fishes, 
Vol. I, p. 24. 

PLATE CLX. 

426. Lepomis megalotis (Rafinesqne) 1002 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 36465, I'.S.X.M., collected 
by Jordan and Gilbert in JSaline Kiver, Benton, Arkansas. 

'427. Lepomis pallidus (Mitcbill) 1005 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 8448, U.S.N.M. 

PLATE CLX I. 

428. Eupomotis euryorus (McKay) 1008 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type No. 4109, U.S.X.M., 
collected in Lake Huron, at Fort Gratiot, Michigan. 

429. Eupomotis gibbosus (Linuicus) 1(X)9 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 4163, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Professor Baird in Koot Kiver, Wisconsin. 

PLATE CLXII. 

430. Micropterus dolomieu Lacepcde 1011 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 14143, U.S.N.M., obtained 
in the Washington market. 

430((. Vertebrce of Micropterus dolomieu Lacoptde 1011 

From Bonlenger's Catalogue Perciform Fishes, Vol. i. p. 4. 



y>-2i>S Ihillctin 4.J, United States National Museum. 

PLATE (LXIir. 

Text page. 

4;tl. Microptenis salmoides (Lact'-jn-de) U>12 

l>ra\\iii;i l)y II. I.. 'I'ikUI. 

4:il.'. Kuhlia rupestris \ Luciindr \ 

I)i;i\ving^ tVoiii Moulfiiui'i's C:itiilo;riie of Perciforiu Fishes, 
\(>I. I, tig. 4, i>. 35. 

PLATE CLXIW 

4:W. Stizostedion vitreuni 1 Mitch ill; 1"-1 

1 Uiiwiiij,' by 11. L. Todd from No. 10072. U.S.N. M.. collected by 
.1. W. MiliKi- at liDchcster, New York. 

4:^:!(/. Tail of Stizostedion vitreum ( Mitchill ) 1<>21 

l>i;i\viiig liy Anna L. Urowu. 

A'M. Stizostedion canadeuse ( .Smith ) 1022 

Drawing by H. L. Todd iVom No. 10555, U.S.N. M., collected 
by J. \V. Miluer at Ecorsc. Michigan. 

PLATE CLXV. 

4S5. Perca flavesceus ( Mitc-hill ) 102'3 

Drawing liy 11. L. Tctdd. 

4;^6. Percina caprodes (Ratineb<iue) 102G 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 34744, U.S.N.M., collected by 
II. G. Dresel in Licking County reservoir, Ohio. 

4;;i'>((. Skull of Percina caprodes ( Hatinesiiue) H'2»; 

Drawinii from IJimlenLifr'.s Cataiogue of Perciform Fishes, 
\(>1. I, lig. 7. II. ."»7. 

PLATE CLXVL 

4o7. Hadropterus macrocephalus (Cope) 1031 

Drawing by A. II. Paldwiu from a specimen collected by l>r. 
(inrley in Indian Creik, near Cumberland (iap, Tennessee. 

43s. Hadropterus aspro ( ( 'ope and Jordan ) 1032 • 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
Evemiann, Scovell, and Gurley in Chickanniuga Creek, at 
Lcc and (lordnn's mill, (ieorgia. 

I'L.VTE CLXV II. 

430. Hadropterus gruutheri Eigcnmann and Eigenmann 1033 

Drawing by A. II. Haldwiu from a 8i)eciuien collected by \. 
.] . Woolman in the Ked Kiver of the North, Moorehcad, 
MiTUicsota. 

410. Hadropterus evides (.liirdaii iiinl l't>pclauil i HKiG 

Drawing liy A. II. Italdwin from a specimen collected by 
Evennann, .SoivcII, and (Jnrley in Clinch Kiver, at Walkers 
Ford, Tennessee. 

111. Hadropterus scierus ."^wnin 1037 

Drawing by A. II. Maid win from a specimen collected by 
Evernuiun, Scovi 11, ami (Jnrb y in Clinch Kiver, at Walkers 
Ford, Tennessee. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3269 



PLATE CLXVIII. 

Text page. 

442. Hypohomus aurantiacus (Cope) 1040 

Drawiug by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
Evermann, Scovell,and Gurley in Clincb River, at Walkers 
Ford, Tennessee. 

443. Hypohomus spilotus (Gilbert) 1043 

Drawiuj;- l)y A. H. Baldwin. 

444. Cottogaster shumardi (Girard) 104b 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 17852, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. .Jordan in the Wabash River, Indiana. 
PLATE CLXIX. 

445. Cottogaster cheneyi E verinann and Kendall 28ol 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type Xo. 48781, U.S.N.M., 

collected by Evermann ami Bean in Racket River, Norfolk, 

New York. 

44ti. Ulocentra gilberti Evermann and Thobnru 1049 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type No. 47531, U.S.N.M. , 

collected by Evermann, Scovell, and Gnrley in Clinch River, 

Walkers Ford, Tennessee. 

447. Ulocentra meadiee Jordan and Evermann 2852 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type No. 48903, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. Gnrley in Indian Creek, Cnniberland Gap, 
Tennessee. 

PLATE CLXX. 

448. Ulocentra simotera (Cope) lO'l 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a specimen <ollected by 
Evermann, iSlcovell, and Gurley in Arnwiue Spring, Monnt 
Yerd, Tennessee. 

449. Diplesion blennioides (Rafinesiine) 10-j3 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a si>ecimen collected by 
Evermann, Scovell, and Gurley in Clinch River, at Walkers 
Ford, Tennessee. 

450. Boleosoma nigrum (Ratinestine) lO-)** 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a specimen collected by R. R. 
Gurley in F.all Creek, near Tazewell, Tennessee. 

PLATE CLXXI. 

451. Boleosoma nigrum olmstedi (Storer) 10-^7 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 30243, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Col. Marshall McDonald in the Potomac River, 
CJunston, A'irginia. 

452. Boleosoma camurum Forbes lO^JO 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type No. 23455. F.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. .lordan in the Illinois River. 

453. Crystallaria asprella (.Jordan) 10*51 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 4.")45."). U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Dr. Evermann in the Wabash River, New Har- 
monv, Indiana. 



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I'LATK CLXXII. 

Text page. 

4.">4. Ammocrypta pellucida clara (Jordan and Meek) lOdIi 

l»r;i\viiig by S. F. Denton from the type No. 35828, l'. S.N. M., 
collected by .lordan and Meek in the Des Moines River. 
Ottiiniwa, Iowa. 

•I.'m. Ammocrypta beanii .loidaii I(>ti4 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin Ironi No. 17833, l'. 8. N.M.. col- 
lected by Ue.in ami Maxson in Notalbauy Hiver, l.oiiieiaua. 

l.")t). Etheostoma camurum (Cope ) IdTfi 

Drawing by A. II. Haldwin iwnn a specimen colleited liy K. K. 
Gurley in Indian Creek, near Cnmberland tiap, Tennessee. 

PLATE CLXXIII. 

ir>7. Etheostoma cinereum Stoier 1078 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by P. 
11. Kirsrli in Wolf Kiver, I'yrdstown, Tennessee. 

4.58. Etheostoma jordani (iilbert 1079 

jirawing by S. F. Denton. 

45i». Etheostoma pottsii ( ( iirard ) 10^2 

Drawing by II. L. Toild from No. 3824.5, I'.S.N.M., the type of 
I'JihcoxltnuK microiiienm (Jilljert, collected by E. Wilkinson 
in (')iihnaliiia, Mexico. 

PLATE CLXXIV. 

itlO. Etheostoma iowce .Jordan and Meek 1083 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 

A. .1. ^^'()olnlan in Poninie de Terre River, Ajipletou, ^^'is- 
cousin. 

4t>l. Etheostoma jessiae (.lordan and Bray ton) 1084 

Drawing by II. L.Todd from No. 27891), I'.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. l'orl»c;s. in Lake Peoria, Illinoi.s. 

lt>2. Etheostoma lepidogenys Fverniann and Kendall 10.s7 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 44840, 
r.S.N.M., collected by Evermaun, Scovell, and (inrley. in 
Comal Spring, New Brannfels, Texa.s. 

PLATE CLXXV. 

li;3. Etheostoma obey ense Kirsi'h 10!t2 

lM;iwing by A. II. Baldwin from the type, No. 45.5<J5, U.S.N. M.. 
collected by Dr. Kirscli. in tributary of Obeys River, Clinton 
Connty, Kentucky. 

Itil. Etheostoma pagel Meek 10!t2 

Iirawingby A. 11. Baldwin from the ty])e, No. 4.">5riG, I'.S.N.M.. 
(ollecteil by Dr. .Meek in Spring Branch at Neosho, Missouri. 

Iti.".. Etheostoma virgatum t. lordan i 10;i3 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 3()<)44, I'.S.N.M,, collected 
by (Jilbert ami Swain in K'ock Castle River, Livingston. 
Kentni'ky. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3271 

PLATE CLXXVI. 

Text page. 

466. Etheostoma juliae Meek 1093 

Drawing by S. F. Deuton from the tyi^e collected by Meek, 
Drew, and Kettger in Jaiues River, uear Spriuglield, Missouri. 

467. Psychromaster tuscumbia (Gilbert and Swain) 1100 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from tbe tyjte, No. 36154, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Gilbert and Swain in Spring Creek, Tuscum- 
bia, Alabama. 
46S. Copelaiidellus quiescens (Jordan) 1100 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin. 

PLATE CLXXVIL 

469. Boleichthys fusiformis (Girard) 1101 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. .36415, U.S.X.M., collected by 
Jordan and Gilbert in Washita Eiver, Arkadelphia, Ar- 
kansas. 

470. Microperca fonticola (Jordan and Gilbert) 1104 

Drawing by Ernest Copeland from the type, No. 36523, 
U.S.N.M., collected by Jordan and Gilbert in San Marcos 
River, San Marcos, Texas. 

471. Apogon retrosella (Gill) 1108 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 2917, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., 
collected by the Hopkins expedition at Mazatlan, Mexico. 

PLATE CLXXVIII. 

472. Apogon pigmeutarius (Poey) 1109 

473. Apogonichthys alutu.s (Jordan & Gilbert) 1110 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 30874, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Jordan and Stearns at Peusacola, Florida. 

PLATE CLXXIX. 

474. Cheilodipteriis afiinis Poey 1113 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from No. 37416, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Professor Poey in Cuba. 

475. Hypoclydonia bella Goode and Bean 1115 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from No. 39338, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross at Station 2426, in N. lat. 36^ 01' 30 ", W. 
long. 74" 47' 30", in 93 fathoms. 

476. Centropomus undecimalis (Bloch) 1118 

Drawing by 11. L.Todd from No. 19907, U.S.N.M. 

PLATE CLXXX. 

477. Rocciis chrysops (Rafinesqne) 1132 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10326, U.S.N.M., collected by 
J. W. Miluer at Sandusky, Ghio. 

478. Roccus lineatus ( Bloch) 1132 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2.5219, U.S.N.M., obtained 
by Professor Baird in the \Yashington market. 



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PLATE (I.XXXI. 

Text page. 

47;t. Morore americana (Giuelin ) W'Ak 

Drawiiif^ by H. L. Totld from No. l.")861. U.S.X.M.. lec-eived 
from tlie New York market. 

480. 480rt. Polyprion americanus ( lilocli A: .Schneider) \\'A% 

Drawings from liouleiigt.T's Catalogue of Perciform Fisht-s 
Vol. I, tig. 12, p. 11 'J. 

PLATE CLXXXn. 

481. Bodianus fulviis punctatus (Linu.rus) 1146 

Drawing by A. II. i'.,ildwin from No. 33717, U.S.N. M., collected 
l)y .I.e. lirevoort in tlie West Indies. 

482. Epiuephelus adscensionis (Dsbock) 1152 

Drawing liy H. L. Todd from No. 26."i74. U.S.N.M., collected 
by yilas Stearns, at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CLXXXIIL 

483. Epiuephelus striatus (Bloch) ll.">7 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 31910, U.S.N. M., collected 
by Silas Stearns at Pensacola, Florida. 

484. Epinephelus drunmiond-hayi (Joode and Heau ll.'O 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 3171i», U.S.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearn.s at Pensacola. Florida. 

PLATE CLXXXIV. 

48.5. Epinephelus morio (Cnvicr and Valencit-nnest 1160 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 22129, U.S.N.M., collected 
in Florida and obtained in tlie Washington market by Dr. 
(Joode. 

486. Garrupa nigrita (ll(dbrook) lltU 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 37207, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross. 

PLATE CLXXXV. 

487. Promicrops itaiara (Licbtenstein) 11()2 

Dr.iwing liy 11. L. Todd fronj No. 22306, U.S.N.M., collected 

at montii of .'^t. .lobns Kiver. Florida. 

4S7«, \><~l). Promicrops itaiara ( Licbtenstein) 1162 

Drawings from Honlenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fi.sbes, 

Vol. I. fig. 13, p. 164. 

PLATE CLXXXVI. 

488. Alphestes chloropterus ( ( nvier and Naleuciennos) 1164 

Drawing liyA.lI. lialdwin from No. 9821, r..'-"..N.M.. collecU'd 
by Professor Poey in Cuba. 

488a. Alphestes chloropterus (Cnvier and Valeneiennes) 11G4 

Drawing from Honlenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fishes, 
\'ol. I. lig. is. p. •J.54. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3273 

Text page. 

489. Dermatolepis zanclus Evermann aud Kendall 2854 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from tbe type, No. 48843, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Evermann aud Kendall at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CLXXXVII. 

490. Mycteroperca boulengeri Jordan and Starks 1171 

Drawing liy Anna L. Brown from tbe type, No. 1691, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mns., collected by tbe Hopkins expedition to Mazat- 
lan, Mexico. 

491. Mycteroperca venenosa (Linna-us) 1172 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from No. 35103, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Havana, Cuba. 

492. Skull of Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey) 1174 

Drawing from Boulenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fishes, 
Vol. I, fig. 19, p. 258. 

PLATE CLXXXVIIL 

493. Mycteroperca jordani (Jenkins and Evermann) 1 17t) 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 39628, 
U.S.N.M., collected at Gnaymas, Mexico, bj' Jenkins and 
Evermann. 

494. Mycteroperca microlepis (Goode aud Bean) 1177 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 26587, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns at Key West, Florida. 

495. Mycteroperca falcata phenax Jordan and Swain 1185 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 34992, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Key West, Florida, by Dr. Jordan. 

PLATE CLXXXIX. 

496. Hypoplectrus unicolor nigricans (Poey) 1193 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3423, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Garden Key, Florida. 

497. Hypoplectrus gemma Goode and Bean 1193 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type. No. 3422, U.S.N.M., 
collected at Garden Key, Florida. 

PLATE CXC. 

498. Paralabrax maculatofasciatus (Steindachner) 1196 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin fro^ No. 34754, F.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Posa Smith at San Diego, California. 

499. Skull of Paralabrax humeralis (Cuvier and Valenciennes)... 1196 

Drawing from Boulenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fishes, 
Vol. I, fig. 20, p. 275. 

500. Centropristes striatus (Linnanis) 1199 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 14838. U.S.N.M., collected 
by the U. S. Fish Commission at Noauk, Connecticut. 



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PLATE CXCI. 

Text page. 

."((tl. Centropristes philadelphicus ( I-imiifus) 1201 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from No. 331(il, U.8.N.M., col- 
lected Ity Dr. Gilbert at Charleston, South Carolina. 

."•HI.*. Diplectrum forniosum (Liun.i'us) 1J07 

Drawiii;,^ l.y H. L. Todd from No. 21543, U.S.N.M., collected 
by C. C. Leslie at CiiarleHtou, South Carolina. 

."»(t3. Prionodes bulleri ( Houlenger) 1213 

Drawing from Houlenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fishes, 
Vol. I, pi. X. 

PLATE CXCIL 

.">04. Paranthias furcifer (Cnvier and Valenciennes) 1221 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 12540, U.S.N.M.. collectrd 
by Professor I'oey in Cuba. 

505. Heniianthias vivanus (Jonlan and Swain) 1223 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from 8i)ecinu'ii No. 1G5."), L. S. .Ir. 
I'liiv. Mu8.. collected by Dr. .Jordan at Pensacola, Florida. 

506. Pronotogrammiis multifasciatus Gill 1226 

Diawiug Ity IL L. Todd from the type, No. 2762, U.S.N.M., 
collected by .John Xantus at Cape San Lucas, Lower Cali- 
fornia. 

PLATE CXCIII. 

.")07. Anthias asperilinguis (iiinther 1227 

Drawing from Boulenger's Catalogue of Perciform Fishes. 

\ol. I. pi. XIII. 

."tllS. Gramma loreto Poey 1229 

Drawing by .F. W. Folsoni from the type. No. UX)31, M.C.Z., 
collected by Professor Poey at Matanzas, Cuba. 

pi.A ri; c.xciv. 

."tO'J. Rypticus bistrispiiius (Mitchill) 1233 

Drawing by H. L.Todd. 
MO. Lobotes surinamensis (Bloch) 123."> 

Drawing by II. L. I'odd. 

PLATE CXCV, 

T)!!. Priacanthus arenatus Cuvier .ind Xalenciennes 1237 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20680, U.S.N.M., collected 
by \ . N. Kdwanls at Woods Hole, Ma.ssachusetts. 

M2. Pseiidopriacanthus alius (Jill 1231) 

Drawing by II. L. r<Kld from No. 2317, U.S.N.M.. collected by 
the .llhatninn <)I1 Key \N est. l'lorid;i. 



Expla7iation of P itcs and Figures. 3275 

PLATE CXCVI. 

Text page. 

513. Hoplopagrus guntheri Gill 1244 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 28367, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Gilbert at Mazatlan, Mexico. 

514. Evoplites viridis (Valenciennes) 1246 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen collected by 
Alfonce Forrer at Tres Marias Islands, Mexico. 

PLATE CXCVII. 

515. Neomaenis apodus (Walbaum) 1258 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 33220, IJ.S.N.M . collecte*! 
by Dr. Hensball at Indian River Inlet, Florida. 

516. Neomaenus ay a (Bloch) 1264 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen obtained in the 
Washington Market. 

PLATE CXCVIII. 

517. Neomaenis analis (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 1265 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 35030, U.S.N.M. 

518. Neomaenis synagris (Linnu-ns) 1266 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 36922, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the U. S. Fish Connnission at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CXCIX. 

519. Rabitubia inermis (Peters) 1274 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 4983, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mns., collected by the Albatross at Panama. 

520. Ooyuriis chrysarus (Bloch) 1275 

Drawing by 8. F. Denton from No. 26583, U.g.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CC. 

521. Rhomboplites aurorubens (Cnvier and Valenciennes) 1277 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21338, IJ.S.N.M., collected 
))y Silas Stearns at Pensncola, Florida. 

522. Apsilus dentatus Gnichenot 1278 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 9809, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Professor Poey in Cnba. 

PLATE CCL 

523. Aprion macrophthalmus (Miilhr ;ind Troschol) 1280 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from a specimen collected by the 
Blake in N. lat. 23- 13 , W. long. 89- 10 , in 84 fathoms. 

524. Etelis oculatns (Cnvier and ^■alencie^ues) 1282 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 35049, U.S.N.M , collected 

by Dr. Jordan at H.ivan;i, Cnl)a. 
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I'LATi: ecu. 

Text pagi". 

525. Verilus sordidiis Pocy 1284 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin linm No. 12565, l'..S.N.M., colltcti-d 
by ProfesHor Poi-y in C'liUa. 

ol'ii. Xenocys jessiae .Ionian and iSolliuau 12^.". 

Drawing hy A. H. Baldwin from the tyjie, No. 41166. U.S.N.M., 
collectfd by the AlhatniH'i at Charles Island, Galai>ago8 
Group. 

I'l.A'n: cciii. 

,527. Xenichthys agassizii Steindaihut r 1287 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin I'roni No. 2()671, r.S.N.M.,<ollected 
in the (Jalapagos Islands. 

52S. Heemulon album Cuvier and Aalemienues 1295 

Drawing by II. L. Todd liom No. .35035, L'.S.N.M., collected at 
Key West, Florida, by Dr. .lordau. 

PLATE CCIV. 

52'J. Heemulon macrostomum Oiinther 12iH> 

Drawing by H. L. Todd fr()ni No. :i(>t>57, I'.S.N.M., n-ceived 
Irom the Kingston Public Must-uui, Jamaica. 

530. Haemulon parra ( Desinarest ) 12*>7 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

PLAT1-: CCV. 

531. Haemulon sciunia (.'^haw) 1303 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32603, U.S.N. M., collected 
at Key West, Florula. by .T. A. Henshall. 

532. Haemulon plumieri ( Lad).. -de) 13<U 

Drawing by II. L. To«ld from No. 20980. U.S.N. M., collected 
by Dr. Goode at ('harleston, South Carolina. 

PLATE CCVI. 

533. Brachygenya cbrysargyreus ((iiinther) 13(i7 

1 )ra\N ing by H. 1>. Todil from No. 35150, U.S.N.M.. collected at 
Havana. Cuba, by Dr. .lordan. 

534. Bathyatoma rimator (.lordan ami Swain 1 1308 

Drawing by II. L.Todd from No. 349.57. U.S.N. M., collected 
by the Albatrons at .^t. Thomas. West ludies. 

I'LATi: C(\ II. 

53.">. Bathyatoma aurolineatum t ( iivier and Valenciennes^ 1310 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 26567, U.S.N. M.. collected 
liy Silas Stearns at Key W«>8t. Florida. 

53ti. Lythrulon opaleacena .lordan and Starks 1312 

Drawing by .\iiiia I.. Brown from the type, No. 296;i, L. S. .Ir. 
Univ. Murt., collectetl by the Hoi)kius Expedition at Ma/at- 
Ian, Mexic«). 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3277 

PLATE CCVIII. 

Text page. 

537. Anisotremus surinamensis (Bloch) 1318 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
Evermann and Bean in Indian River at Fort Pierce, 
Florida. 

538. Anisotremus bilineatus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 1319 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 30878, U.S.X.M., collected by 
Dr. J. A. Henshall in Indian River Inlet, Florida. 

PLATE CCIX. 

539. Anisotremus virginicus (Linna?u8) 1322 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 33189, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Dr. J. A. Henshall at Key West, Florida. 

540. Orthopristis reddingi Jordan and Richaidson 1336 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3458, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by J. A. Richardson in La Paz Har- 
bor, Lower California. 

PLATE CCX. 

541. Orthopristis chrysopterus (LinniT?us) 1338 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3113, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Pensacola, Florida. 

542. Microlepidotus inornatus Gill 1341 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 43267, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Evermann and Jenkins at Guaymas, Mexico 

PLATE CCXI. 

543. Otrynter caprinus (Bean) 1345 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32683, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns at Pensacola, Florida. 

544. Stenotonius chrysops (Linna'us) 1346 

Drawing by H. L Todd from No. 10425. U.S.N.M., collected 
by Professor Baird at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE CCXII. 

545. Stenotomus aculeatus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 1346 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 24694, U.S.N.M., collected 
by R. E. Earll near Charleston, South Carolina. 

546. Calamus calamus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 1349 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 35040, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CCX III. 

547. Calamus proridens Jordan and Gilbert 13.">0 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 35056, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Key West, Florida. 

548. Calamus bajona'^.o ^ Bloch and Schneider) 1352 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 35042, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Key West, Florida. 



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PLATE CCXIV. 

Text j.ag.-. 

5t!t. Calamus penna (Ciivier aiul Valenciennes) 1354 

DrawinK by H. L. T«..l«l from No. (3134. r..S.N.M., collected 
in Charlottf Harbor. I'loriila. 

."•It. Calamus arctifrons Goode and liean 135."> 

Drawing by \\. L. Todd from the type, No. 3<Jl»33, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Silas Steams at Peusaeola, Florida. 

i'i.atp: ccxv. 

;")1. Pagnis pagrus ( Linniiiisi 13."i6 

Iirawiiig liy H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by Silas 
Steiirns at P<nsacola. Florida. 

5.">2. Lagodon rhomboides ( Linna-ns) 1358 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 212S0, U..S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. (Joode in St. Johns River, Florida. 

PLATE CCXVI. 

553. Archosargus unimaculatus ( Bloch) 13.59 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 35031, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. .Jordan at Key West. Florida. 

5.">1. Archosargus probatocephalus ( Walbaum) 13iil 

I>rawiiig by II. L. Todd from No. 19«"»47. U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. H. C. Yarrow at Beaufort, North Carolina. 

PLATE CCXVII. 

.5."!. Diplodus holbrookii t Hean ) 13«i'_' 

Drawing l.y II. L. Todd from No. 32632, I'.S.N.M., coIlect«d« 
at Pcnsacola, Floriihi. 

.")."»«. Diplodus holbrookii ( Hcan ) 1362 

I»rawing by II. L. Todd from a young example, No. 4693, 
I'.S.N.M. 

PLATE CCXVIII. 

:^'^\. Xystema cinereum ( Walltanm) 1372 

Drawing by H. L. To<ld from No. 3.m".l, I'.S.N.M.. c<illcctcd 
by Dr. .Jordan at Key West, Florida. 

5."7. Oerres olisthostonius Goodc and Bean 1376 

Dr.iwing by II. I.. To<l.l from the type. No. 25118. U.S.N.M., 
eollecteil by K. E. Earil in Indian Rivir, Florida. 

P1,.\IK ("CXI.X. 

.")8. Hermosilla azurea .bnkins and Evermann 1.38.3 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from thctyi>e, No. 3«i2r.9, I'.S.N.M.. 
<«illect<<l by .Iinkins and Evermann at linayma.s, Mexico. 

5."»'.t. Kyphosus sectatrix ( l.innaMia) 13.*<7 

Drawing by II. I.. Tod.I from No. 2(K>3.".. I'.S.N.-M.. collected 
at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 



ExplcDiation of Plates and Figures. 3279 

PLATE CCXX. 

Text page. 

560. Medialuua californieusis (Steindachner) 1391 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

561. Cynoscion uothus (Holbrook) 1406 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 34921, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the AlhairosH at Trinidad, "West Indies. 

562. Cynoscion regalis (Bloch and Schneider) 1407 

PLATE CCXXI. 

.563. Cynoscion nebulosus (Cnvier and Valenciennes) 1409 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 
.564. Sagenichthys ancylodon (P)l<>ch and Schneider) , 1416 

Drawing by A. H. lialdwin from No. 29722, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Gilbert at Panama. 

565. Larimus argenteus (Gill) 1421 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from aspecimeu in L. S. .Ir. Univ. 

MU8. 

PLATE CCXXII. 

566. Bairdiella chrysura (Laceprde) 1433 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

567. Sciaenops ocellatus (Linnif us) 14.53 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from No. 622, U.S.N. M.. collected by 
Dr. Keunerly at Indianola, Texas. 

PLATE CCXXIII. 

568. Roncador stearnsi (Steindachner) 1557 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 26864, U.S.N.M.. collected by 
Dr. Jordan ;tt Santa Barbara, California. 

569. Leiostonius xanthurus Lacepcde 1458 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20222, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Samuel Powell at Newport, Khode Island. 

PLATE CCXXIV. 

570. Micropogon undulatus (Linna-us) 1461 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20742, I'.S.N.M., collected 
by Samuel Powell at Newport, Khode Islaud. 

.571. Umbrina sinaloae Scofield 1468 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the tyi>e. No. 16.32, L. S. 
.Ir. Univ. Mus., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at 
Mazatlan, Mexico. 

PLATE CCXXV. 

572. Menticirrhus americanus (Linua-us) 1174 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 22832, U.S.N. M.. collected 
by Silas Stearns at Peusacola, Florida. 

573. Pogonias chromis ( Linna-us) 1IS2 

Drawing by H. 1.. Todd from No. 18036, U.S.X.M., collected by 
.). C. Willetts at Matanzas Kivei Inlet. Florida. 



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PLATE CCXXVI. 

Text page. 

■'>7 1. Aplidoiiotus gruniiieus Hatiuewque 14h4 

Drawing' by H. L. Todd from No. 10542, U.S. N.M., collected 
by .1. W. Milnor at Ecorae, Michigan. 

."•7.">. Eques lanceolatus ( Eiiiiiii-U8) 1489 

Dniwiu;; by H.L.Todd from No. 32097, U.S.N. M., collected 
by Professor I'oey in Cuba. 

PLATE CCXXVII. 

.")7t). Cirrhites rivulatus Valenciennes 1491 

DrawiTig by A. H. Hahlwin from a specimen collected by the 
Alhaiross in the Pacitic 

.">77. Hysterocarpiis traski Gibbons 1496 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hoolc. 

PLATE CCXXVIII. 

.">7S. Abeona minima (Gibbons) 1497 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 2ti91S, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Dr. JordaTi at Santa Barbara, California. 

57!'. Cymatogaster aggregatus Gibbons 1498 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from No. "31971. U.S.N.M., a male, 
collected at Fort Wrangeli, Alaska, by Capt. H. E. Nichols. 

579«. Cymatogaster aggregatus Gibbons 1498 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus. 

PLATE CCXXIX. 

58(1. Brachyistius frenatus (till 1499 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from No. 215990, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Dr. Jordan in Monterey Bay, California. 

.581. Zalembius rosaceus (Jordan and Gilbert) 150) 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus. 

PLATE CCXXX. 

5Mf. Hypocritichthys analis (A. Agassi/. ) 1500 

1 "rawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 27075, U.S.N. M., col- 
lected by Dr. Jordan in Monterey Bay, California. 

.">>:!. Phanerodon furcatus (iirard l."(V> 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from No. 24905, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected liy Dr. .lordaii at San Diego, California. 

PLATE CCXXX L 

.584. Rhacochilus toxotes Agassi/. 1.507 

Drawing from No. 27015, U.S.N.M., coll<>cted by Dr. .lordan 
at Monteiey, California. 

."iS5. Hypsurus caryi ( Agassi/ ) 1508 

Drawing by \V. .^. Atkinson from a specimen in L. .S. .Fr. 
Univ. MuB. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3281 

platp: ccxxxii. 

Text page. 

586. Damalichthys argyrosomus (Girard) 1509 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 29811, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Capt. H. E. Xichols in Friendly Cove, British Columbia. 

587. Cichlasoma bartoni (Bean) 1515 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 43765, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Professor Duges at Huazteca Potosina, San 
Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

PLATE CCXXXIII. 

588. Azurina hirundo .Jordan and McGregor 1544 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, collected by R. C. 
McGregor at Guadalupe Island. 

589. Eupomacentrus rectifrenum (Gill) 1557; 3176 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 3460, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mus., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

PLATE CCXXXIV. 

590. Abudefduf saxatilis (Liniianis) 1561 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 33688, U.8.N.M, col- 
lected by J. C. Brevoort in the West Indies. 

591. Hypsypops rubicundus (Girard) 1564 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from No. 43080, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Rosa Smith at San Diego, California. 

PLATE CCXXXV. 

592. Microspathodon bairdii (Gill) 1566 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 2940, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

593. Microspathodon chrysurus (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 1567 

* Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 13042, U.S.N. M.. col- 
lected by Professor Poey in Cuba. 

PLATE CCXXXVI. 

594. Microspathodon dorsalis (Gill) -■ ' 1568 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 2895, L. S. Jr. T'niv. 
Mus., type of M. aziiriasimits Jordan and Starks, collected 
by the Hopkins Expedition at Venados Island, Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

595. Tautogolabrus adspersus (Walbaum) 1577 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 17745, U.S.N. M., collected 
by V. N. Edwards at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 



32s2 DulUtin ^j, United Stales National Miiseiivi. 

PLATi: CCXXXVII. 

Text i>a!ie. 

59ti. Tautoga onitis ( Liniinus ) 1578 

l)i:nviii;r by H. L. Todd from No. 17738. 1'.S.X.M., collected by 
^'. N. Edwards at Woods Hole, Massacliusetts. 

r>!t7. Lachuolalmus maximus ( Walbaum ) ir)79 

1 (rawing by II. L. Todd. 

PLATE CCXX XVIII. 

.")!•>;. Pimelometopon pulcher (Ayres) 1585 

Kniwin- by H. E. Tod<I Irom No. 24890, U.S.N.M., coliecteil 
by Dr. Jordiiu at San Diego, California. 

599. Clepticus parrae ( Hloch and .Schneider) 158»> 

Drawing by A. H. Haldwiii from No. 9797, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Prtife.ssor I'ofv in Cuba. 

PLATE CCXXXLX. 

cot. Iridio radiatus (Linna-us) 1.j90 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 31168, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Key West, Florida. 

601. Irido bivittatus ( Bloch ) l.-,;»5 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 35168, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CCXL. 

602. Iridio dispilus ((iiintheri l.Mt7 

Drawing by .\nna L. Mrown from No. 2904, L. S. Jr. Univ. 

Mils., collected by the Hopkins Expedition in the Astillero 

at Mazati.m, Mexico. 

6(»;>. Emmeekia venusta (Jenkins A: Evermann). 1602 

Drawing by A. H. Haiilwin from tliety])e, No. ;{96;n. l'..'^.N.M.. 

collected by .Jenkins »V Evermann at Cuaymas, Mexico. 

PLATE CCXLI. 

1)04. Chlorichthys grammaticus (Giliiert ) KilO 

Drawing by A. 11. I'.aldwin fromNo. 46934, U.S.N. M.. collected 
l>y the JlbalroHS at Socorro Island. 

()(»."). Novaculichthys ventralis ( Heaii) ItilT) 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type. No. 37077, U.S.N. M., 
collected by Dr. Hean at Cozumel Island. 

lioii. Novaculichthys infirmus ( Bean i l(;i»; 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 37076, U.S.N. M.. 
collected by Dr. Hean at Co/nmel Island. 

PLATE CCXLIl. 

<»07. Xyrichthys psitticus ( Linn:eu8) ICIS 

Driiwing by 11.1.. Todd from No. .".815, U.S.N. M.. collected by 
Dr. \\ liitehiirst at (Jarden Key, Floriila. 

«)(»8. Crytotomus beryllimis( .Jordan and Swain) UiJTi 

Drawing l>y II. L.Todd Irom .i specimen collected by the 
.llbulrouM, 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3283 

PLATE CCXLIII. 

Text page. 

609. 609rt. Calotomus xenodon Gilbert 1626 

Drawings by A. H. Baldwin from No. 46935, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the Albatross at Socorro Island. 

610. Sparisoma aurofrenatum (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 1634 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from a specimen iu L. S. Jr. 
Unip^. Mus. 

PLATE CCXLIV. 

611. Sparisoma hoplomystax (Cope) 1632 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3.5173, U.S.N.M., type of 
S. cyauolene .Jordan and Swain, collected by Jordan and 
Dye at Key West, Florida. 

612. Scaru.s cuzamilae Bean 1648 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the ty]»e, No. 37128, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. Bean at Cozumel Island. 

613. Jaws of Scarus caeruleus ( Blocb) 1652 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from a specimen in L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus. 

PLATE CCXLV. 

614. Scarus emblematicus Jordan and Rntter 1654 

Drawing by W. S. Atiiiuson from the type in L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mu8., collected by Rev. J. S. Roberts in Jamaica. 

615. 615a. Scarus strongylocephalus 

Lower and upjier pharyngeal bones. Drawings by Anna 
L. Brown. 

616. 616rt. Sparisoma cretense 

Lower and upper pharyngeal bones. Drawings by Anna 
L. Brown. 

PLATE CCXLVI. 

617. Pseudoscarus guacamaia (Cuvier) 1657 

■ Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

618. Zenopsis ocellatus ( Storer ) 1660 

Drawing from a specimen in the Boston Society of Natural 
History. 

PLATE CCXLVIl. 

619. Chaetodipterus faber (Broussonet) 1668 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 22921, U.S.N. M., from east 
coast of United States. 

PLATE CCXLVIII. 

620. Chcetodon nigrirostris (Gill) 1673 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from No. 5981, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mas., collected by R. C. McGregor at Clarion Island. 



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I'LATK fCXLIX. 

Text page. 

tiL'l. Chaetodon ocellatus ( Itlocli) lUTl 

Diawiiij; l»y W. S. Haines. Specimen collected by Dr. liean 
at Heesley's I'oiut, New Jersey. 

IM.ATi: CCL. 

liJJ. Chaetodon capistratus Linn;ens lt;77 

Drawiiij; l.y M. M. Smitli from No. M0143, U.S.N. M., received 
iVuni the riihlic Museum of Kingston, .Taniaica. 

I'LATE CCLI. 

tlj:!. Pomacanthus arcuatus ( Linnii-ns) IfiTf) 

lirawin;; l)y II. J.. Tod<l from No. 33197, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Lewis (i. Mitchell at Barnegat, New Jersey. 

I'LATK CCLIL 

tiL'l. Poniacanthus zouipectua (Gill) •. ItWl 

Drawing fnmi No. 31482, U.S.N.M., collected by Kaiser and 
Martin in West Florida. 

I'LATK CCLIII. 

(125. Holacanthus tricolor ( Hloch) 1684 

Drawinj; by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Evermaun at Arroyo, I'uerto Kico. 

I'LATK CCLIV. 

til'tj. Angelichthya ciliaris ( Litina-ns) 1GS4 

Drawinj; by A. H. Haldwin from No. 3(»()23. T.S.N.M., received 
from tlie Public Museum at Kingston, Jamaica. 
iVJtia. Angelichthys ciliaris ( Liiinaust, skeleton showing vertebra- 
reduced in number ami enlarged I»>j<4 

Drawing by \V. 8. Atkinson from a specimen in L. 8. Jr. 
L'uiv. Mus. 

PLATK CCLV. 

tt27. Zaiiclus cornutus (Linnans) 16S7 

Drawing l)y \V. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. .Ir. 
l'uiv. Mus. 

PLATK CCLVI. 

♦>2x. Teuthis crestonis Jordan and Starks lt»«»2 

Drawing by Anna L. Hrown from the tyjte, No. 28!>fl. L. S. .Ir. 
l'uiv. .Mus., collected by the Ilo])kins Kxpedition in tiie 
Astillero at Ma/atlan, Mexico. 

t>L'!t. Texithis bahianus (Castelnau) It)y3 

Drawing b.v H. L. Todd fnmi No. 3424, L'.S.N.M., collected ut 
darden Key, I'lorida. 



Explanati07i of Plates and Figures. 3285 

PLATE CCLVII. 

Text page. 
629a. Tail of Teuthis bahiaiius (Castelnau) 1693 

630. Xesurus punctatiis (Gill) 1694 

Drawing by Anna L. Browu from No. 2911, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, Mexico. 

PLATE CCLVIII. 

631. Balistes carolinensis Gnielin 1701 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 15233, U.S.N.M., collected 
at New York. 

632. Cantherines carolae Jordan and McGregor 1713 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 11995, L. S. Jr. 
(Jniv. Mu8., collected by R. C. McGregor at Socorro Island. 

PLATE CCLIX. 

633. Monacanthiis ciliatus ( Mitchill ,i 1714 

Drawing by W. S. Haines. 

634. Monacanthiis hispidus (Linnanis) 1715 

Drawing by W. S. Haines. 

PLATE CCLX. 

635. Alutera schcspfii (Walbaum) 1718 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 6068, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Judge Steele at Cedar Keys, Floi-ida. 

636. Alutera scripta (Osbeck) 1719 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 34397, U.S.N.M., collected 
by V. N. Edwards at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 

PLATE CCLXI. 

637. Lactophrys triqueter (Linna'us) 1722 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 5989, l^S.N.M., collected 
at Garden Key, Florida, by Dr. Whitehurst. 

638. Lactophrys tricornis (Linna'Us) 1724 

■ Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 21548, U.S.N.M., collected 

by C. C. Leslie at Charleston, South Carolina. 

PLATE CCLXII. 

639. 639a, 639&. Lactophrys bicaudalis ( Linnanis") 1723 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 37130, I\S.N.M., 
collected at Cozuniel Island by the Albatross; 
640a, ventral view; 640b, front view. 

PLATE CCLXIII. 

640,640a. Lactophrys trigonus (Linna-ns) 1723 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 7987, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected jit Garden Key, Florida, by Dr. Whitehurst. 

641. Lagocephaliis laevigatus (Linna'US) 1728 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 35135, U.S.N.M. 



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PLATE (CLXIV. 

Text i>am'. 

♦ ill'. Spheroides nephelus Gooile an<l Bean 1732 

Drawinj,' by II. L. Todd from No. 3112X, U.S.X.M.. the type, 
c-ollerted I>y I?. E. Karll in Indian liiver, Florida. 

tllS. Spheroides spengleri (Hloch) \~'X1 

Dniwinj,' IVoni N().2(Hi(»8. r.S.N.M.,follectedby V. N.E<lwards 
at AN'oods liolf. .Mii8s;Kbn.sett8. 

Oil. Spheroides maculatus (liloib an<l Schneider) • 17:^3 

Drawing by W. 8. Haines from No. 14827, IT.S.N.M., collected 
by the U. S. Fish Conimissiou at Noank, Connecticut. 

PLATE CCLXV. 

645, 64.^a. Spheroides testudineus ( Linn.i-us) 1731 

lHa\viii<;s by H. L. Todd from No. 3<l060, U.S.N.M., 
i<ccive<l Ironi the museum at Kingston, Jamaica. 

(ili;. Ovoides setosus (liosa Smith) 1739 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from No. 319, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., 
collected by the Alb<iiroxn at Clarion Island. 

PLATE CCLXVI. 

<)17. Diodon hystrix Linnaus 174.'j 

Drawing ).y 11. L. Todd from No. 5985, U.S.N.M., cidlected by 
H. E. Wright at Tortugas Islands. 

«>is. Chilomycterus schoepfi (Walbaum) 174s 

Drawing from a .specimen collected at Noank, Connecticut. 

PLATE CCLXVH. 

61!'. Lyosphaera globosa i;\ermaiiu aiwl Kendall 17.">1 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 48794, T.S.N M.. 
collected by W. C. Kendall in the Iva])pahannock Rivei. 
Virginia. 

iW'.hi. Lyosphaera globosa Kverniann and Kendall 17.">1 

Drawing by \. II. Baldwin trom the coty])e,a young example 
coiit'cteil liy I'.vcrmanu and Kendall at (ape I'loriila. 
Florida. 

<)5(\ Mola niola ( !-inna'US) 1753 

Drawing taken from a washed drawing taken from a cast. 

PLATE CCLXN 111. 

6">1. Ranzania truncata ( Het/ius) 175."> 

Drawing from a 8pe<'iinen collected in the Benuudns. 

t).")!'. Sebastes niaiiiius i i-inna-us) 17tK) 

Drauinj: bv II. L. Todd. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3287 



PLATE CCLXIX. 

Text page. 

653. Sebastolobus altivelis Gilbert l'?63 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type collected by the 
Albatross at Station 3338,sonth of the Alaskan Peninsula, in 
625 fathoms. 

654. Sebastodes melanops (Girard) 1'7^2 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27628, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Bean at Sitka, Alaska. 

PLATE CCLXX. 

655. Sebastodes ciliatus (Tilesius) l'^3 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32014, U.S.N.M., collected 
in Tolstoi Bay, Alaska, by Capt. H. E. Nichols. 
6.56. Sebastodes mystinus (Jordan and Gilbert) 1784 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27031, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Monterey, California. 

PLATE CCLXXI. 

(i57. Sebastodes brevispinis (Bean) 17.^7 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from the type, No. 32004, U.S.N. M., 
collected by Capt. H. E. Nichols in Hassler Harbor, Alaska. 

658. Sebastodes eigenmanni Cramer 17S9 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 4046, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mns., collected by Dr. W. W. Thobnrn at Pacitic 
Grove, California. 

PLATE CCLXXIL 

659. Sebastodes hopkinsi Cramer 1789 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 2282, L. S. 
Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by Gilbert and Starks at Pacific 
Grove, California. 

660. Sebastodes aliitus (Gilbert) I'i'O 

Drawing by A. H.Baldwin from the type, No. 48244, U.S.N. M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 3339, Santa Barbara 
Islands. 



PLATE CCLXXin. 



1793 



661. Sebastodes pinniger ( Gill ) 

Drawing by H. L. Todd frpm No. 27488. U.S.N.M., collected 
by J. G. Swan at Ncah Bay, Washington. 

662. Sebastodes miniatus (Jordan and Gilbert) 1794 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mas., showing vertebra' in moderate number, rela- 
tively increased in size. 



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I'LATE CCLXXIV. 

Text i)UKe. 

<iti:5. Sebastodes caurinus ( Richardson ) IxiiO 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 31999. U..'=;.N.M., collect.-d 
by ('aj)t. H. E. Nichola in Dejiarture Hay, British Cnhunbia. 

«i<;i. Sebastodes maliger (.Jordan and (iilbert) 1822 

])r;i\viii;i by 11. L. Tocbl from No. 27713. U.S.N.M., collected 
l>y Dr. Hean at Sitka, Alaska. 

I'LATE CCLXXV. 

♦)().".. Sebastodes gilberti Cramt-r I'^JS 

Drjiwini; by Anna L. Hrowii from the typf, No, 3893, L. S. .Jr. 
luiv. Mils., collected by I >r. .Jordan in the San Franci>co 
market. 

fit)6. Sebastodes serriceps (.Jordan and (iilltcrt i 1x27 

Drawin-; liy 11. L. Todd I'rom No. 27041, U.S.N,M., collected 
by Dr, Jordan at Monterey, California. 

PLATE CCLXX\ I. 

♦!t>7. Sebastodes nigrocinctus ( Ayres ) 1827 

1 )i;i\viiij,' l)y II. !>. Todd from No. 27285. U,S.N.M,, collected by 
Dr. .Ionian in I'njict Sound. 

tiG8. Scorpccua cristulata Goode and llean 1841 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No, 39326, I'.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2415, in N, lat. 30^ 44', 
W. long. 79- 2(5', off Georgia, in 440 fathoms. 

PLATE CCLXXVII. 

<)f)9. Scorpaena brasiliensis ("nvier anil Xalencicnucs 1842 

Draw-in;,^ by H. L. Todd from No. :>01t;9, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Silas Stearns at I'ensaiola. Florida. 

4)70. Scorpaena mystes .Jordan and Starks 1S49 

Drawing by Anna L. Hrown from the type. No. 2919, L. S. Jr. 
Iniv. Mns., collected by the Hopkins Kxpedition at Mazat- 
lan, Mtxico. 

I'LATE CCLXW III. 

ThI. Scorpaena grandicornis t'nvier and \ alenciennes 18.'»<T 

Drawiii;; l)y II L. Todd from No. S")!!)!. I'.S.N.M.. collected J>y 
l>r. .Ionian ;(t Key West, Florida. 

<)72. Pontinus niacrolepis ( Joode and Mean 1)^55 

Drawing by A. II. Hablw in from a specimen collected by the 
J!liil:i otV l5;irbjidos. 

I'LATi: CCLXXIX. 

«i73. Setarches parmatus Goode 1^(60 

Drawing by H. L, Todd from a specimen collected by the 
AllmtioHK at Station 2I597. 



ExpIa)iatio)i of Plates and Figures. 3289 

Text paee. 

674. Anoplopoma fimbria (Pallas) 1862 

Drawiny by H. L. Toild. 

675. Pleurogrammus monoptery gius ( Pallas) 1864 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Evermann at Atka Island, Alaska. 

PLATE CCLXXX. 

676. Hexagrammos decagrammus (Pallas) 1867 

Drawing by AV. S. Haines from No. 27710, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Old Sitka by L. A. Beardslee. 

676a. Skeleton of Hexagrammos decagrammus 1867 

A mail-cheeked lisb from northern waters, showing vertebra' 
increased in number and diminished in size. Drawing by 
W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus. 

677. Hexagrammos octogrammus (Pallas) 1869 

Drawing by W. 8. Haines from No. 27975, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Unalaska by Dall and Bean. 

PLATE CCLXXXL 

678. Hexagrammos stelleri Tilesins 1871 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21530, U.S.N. M., collected at 
St. Michaels, Alaska, by L. M. Turner. 

679. Hexagrammos superciliosus ( Pallas) 1872 

Drawing by M.M.Smith from No. 27934, U.S.N. M.. collected 
at Chernoffsky, Unalaska Island, by T. H. Bean. 

680. Hexagrammos otakii Jordan and Starks 1867 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type. No. 3704, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by Keiuosuke Otaki at Tokio, Japan. 

PLATE CCLXXXII. 

681. Ophidion elongatus Girard 1875 

.Drawing by H, L. Todd from No. 27657, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Bean at Sitka, Alaska. 

682. Oxylebius pictus Gill 1878 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 2381, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mus., collected by the California Fish Commission at San 
Francisco, California. 

683. Jordania zonope Starks 1884 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3124, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., ccdlected by Miss Maude Parker and Adam 
Hubbert at Point Orchard, Puget Sound, Washington. 

PLATE CCLXXXIII. 

684. Alcidea thoburni (Gilbert ) 1887 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by the 
Albatross at Station 33.50. 

685. Skull of Scorpeenichthys marmoratus ( Ayres) 1889 



32yO DuUctin ^7, I 'nitvd States National Museum. 

Text pnt:e. 
(>h;. ChitonotiiB piigetensis (Steindarhnert l^W 

Itiawiii;,' l.y A. II. I'.aldwiii from No. 27238. U.S.N. M.. rol- 
1(( till )ty It. .Ionian in ihe .*^traits of .J nan de Fnca, 
Washington. 

PLATE CCLXXXIV. 

t;^7. Iceliniis borealis (iiibcrt 1896 

I»ra\\iiitr !)>• A. H. lialdwin Iroin tin- tjpe collected by the 
Jllxitross at .station :V22'A. 

liSN. Astrolytes notospilotus > Girard) ISW 

Drawing liy A. 11. Baldwin from No. 27146. r..'<.X.M., col- 
lected l>y Dr. Jordan in I'uget .Sonnd. 

688a. Astrolytes notospilotus ( ( iirard ) 1899 

Drawing from No. 239:56, r..S.X.M., a yonng example, col- 
lected liy W. II. D.all in the Shuniagin Islands. 

PLATE CCLXXXV. 

689. Artediellus atlanticus .lordan and Evermann 1906 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from the type, No. 21069. r..S.N.M.. 
collected in Massachnsetts Hay in 90 fathoms. 

690. Ruscariiis meanyi .Ionian and Starks VMS 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3127, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mn8., collected by E. ('. Starks at Point Orchard, 
Puget Sonnd, Washington. 

PLATE CCLXXXVI. 

691. Rastrinus scutiger (Bean) 11K»9 

Drawing by W. .S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mns. 

692. Icelus spiniger ( Jilbert 1914 

Drawing by A. IL Baldwin from the type, collected by the 

Alhatross at Station 3278. 

♦!;'3. Icelus canaliculatus (Gilbert 1917 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 

AlhdtronH at Station 3329, otV Unalaska. 

PLATE CC'LXXXX II. 

694. Radulinus boleoides Gilbert 1919 

Drawing by .\. 11. P.ahlwin from the type. Xo. 48795, U.S.X.^L. 
collected by the .)/^«/»<»nn at Station 3tit!l. otl Santa C'atalina 
Island, C.'iliforuia, in Ti!) fathoms. 

69.">. Radulinus aspiellus (iilbort 1920 

Drawing liy Anna L. Brown from No. 3781, L. .S. .Ir. Univ. 
Mns., collected by E. ('. Starks in Pngct Sonnd, near Seattle. 
Washington. 

69ti. Triglops pingeli Keinhardt 1923 

Drawing by IL L. Todd from a specimen taken in trawl 8 
miles olf C'hebncto in 321 lathoms. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3291 



PLATE CCLXXXVIII. 

Text page. 

697. Tuglops beani Gilbert 1924 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, collected by the 
AMmtrom at Station 3220. 

(i98. Triglops scepticus Gilbert 1925 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Albatross at Station 3339. 

699. Sternias xenostethus (Gilbert) 1927 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
AUxitross at Station 3220, north of Unalaska, in 34 fathoms. 

699rt. Sternias xenostethus i^Gilbert) 1927 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the typi'. co lected by the 
Albatross at Station 3220, north of Unalaska, in 31 fathoms.- 

PLATE CCLXXXIX. 

700. Prionistius macellus Bean 1928 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type. No. 31958, U.S.X.M., 
collected by Capt. H. E. Nichols in Cai'ter I5ay, British 
Columbia. 

701. Elanura forficata Gilbert 1930 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, collected by the 
Alb((tross at Station 3214, in the Aleutian Islands. 

702. Melletes papilio Bean 1932 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 23751, U.S.N. M., 
collected by H. W. Elliott at St. Paul Island, Pribilof 
Group, Bering Sea. 

PLATE CCXC. 

703. Hemilepidotus jordani Bean 1934 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from the type. No. 27598, U.S.N. M., 

collected by Sylvanus Bailey at Unalaska. 

701, 704a, lOib. Hemilepidotus hemilepidotvis (Tilesius) 1935 

Drawings by S. F. Denton from No. 27609, U.S.N.M., collected 

at Sitka by T. H. Bean. 

PLATE CCXCI. 

705. Enophry s bison (Girard) 1738 

Drawing by H. li. Todd from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Jordan in Puget Sound. 

706. Ceratocottus diceraus (Pallas) 1940 

Drawing by W. S. Haines, from No. 32007, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Capt. H. E. Nichols in Tolstoi Bay, Alaska. 

PLATE CCXCII. 

707. Cottus evermanni Gilbert 1945 

Drawing by Chloe Lesley Starks from the type. No. 48228, 
U.S.N.M., collected by Gilbert, Cramer, and Otaki in Lost 
River, near Lostine, Oregon. 

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Text page. 

7(»8. Cottiis punctulatua (V-,\\\) 1948 

Drawiiij; by S. F. iJeiitou from a specimeti collected in Yel- 
lowstone Park by Di. .lordau. 

PLATE CCXCIII. 

Toy, Cottus perplexus fJilltert jind Kvtruiann 1955 

Drawing l>y A. H. Haiawiii from the typ.-. No. 45387, I'.S.N.M., 
collected by Drs. Gilbert and Jenkins in the Skookum- 
(buck Kiver, near Cbebiilis, Washington. 

7l(i. Cottu8 klamathensis fJilbrrt li'55 

Drawiui; by Anna L. Hrowu from the type. No. 48226, U.8,N.M., 
collected by Gilbert. Cramer, and otaki, in Upper Klamath 
Lake, Oregon. 

711. Cottus aleuticus (iilbert 19.57 

Drawing from No. l.'Git22, U.S.N.M., the type of Uranided wii- 
crostoma Lockington, collected by W. J. Fischer at St. 
Paul, Kadiak Island, Alaska. 

PLATE CCXCIV. 

712. Cottus leiopomus Gilbert and Evermann 1962 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 45389, U.S.N.M., 
collected by H. H. Kinsey in Little Wood Kiver, near Sho- 
shone, Llaho. 

713. Cottus princeps Gilbert 1962 

I>rawing by Anna L. Brown from the type. No. 4JS227, r..S.N.>L, 
collected by (iilbert. Cramer, and < )taki in Upper Klamath 
Lakf, Oregon. 

714. Urauidea tenuis Evermann and Meek 11'66 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 48229. U.S.N. M., 

collected by Meek and Alexander in Upper Klamath Lake, 

Oregon. 

PLATE CCXCV. 

71"), 715«. Myoxocephalus aeneus (Mitchill ) 1972 

Drawings by H. L. Toibl from No. 150lt3. U.S.N.M.. collected 
by Mr. Copley at Tompkinsville, New York. 

71t). Myoxocephalus scorpius (Linna-us) 1974 

Drawing by IL L. Tt)dd from No. 21989, U.S.N. M.. collected 
by L. Kumlein in Cnmlierland Gulf. 

PLATE CCXCVI. 

717. Myoxocephalus octodecimspinosus (Mitchill) 1976 

Drawing by II. L.Todd iVom N«). 4.V.2, U.S.N. M.. collected by 
Profehsnr IJ.iird at Heesby i'omt. New .Tersey. 

71M. Myoxocephalus polyacanthocephalus Pallas 1976 

Drawing by H. L. To-bl from No. 23499, U.S.N. M.. collected 
by W. H. Dall at Unaiaska. Alaska. 

719. Myoxocephalus jack i Cnvier an(Mab'n<'ienneR) 1977 

Drawing by II. L. T..dd from No. 21.522. U.S.N.M., collected by 
L. M. Tumor at St. Michaels, .Xlaska. 



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PLATE CCXCVII. 

Text page. 

720. 720o. Myoxocephalus verrucosus (Bean) 1979 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27847, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Dall and IJeau in Plover Bay, Alaska. 

721. Myoxocephalus axillaris (Gill) iggO 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32442, TJ.S.X.M., collected by 
U. S. Signal Service Point Barrow Expedition at Bering 
Straits, Alaska. 

PLATE CCXCYIII. 

722. 722a, 722&. Myoxocephalus stelleri Tilesius 1981 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 32442, U.S.N.M., collected 
by U. S. Signal Service at Bering Straits, Alaska. 

723. Myoxocephalus niger ( Beau ) 1985 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 27971, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. Beau at St. Paul Island, Bering Sea. 

PLATE CCXCIX. 

724. 724a. Megalocottus platycephalus (Pallas) 1987 

Drawings by A. H. Baldwin from No. 21522, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected at St. Michaels, Alaska, by L. M. Turner. 

725. 725a. Megalocottus laticeps (Gilbert) 1988 

Drawings by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Albatross in the Nushagak River, Alaska. 

PLATE CCC. 

726. Zesticelus profundorum (Gilbert) 1990 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Albatross at Station 3329 in Bering Sea, north of Unalaska. 

727. Dasycottus setiger Bean 1991 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 3761, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mus., collected by E. C. Starks in Pnget Sound, near 
Seattle, Washington. 

728. Oncocottus quadricornis (Liuna'us) 2001 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 32962, U.S.N. M., collected 
by E. W. Nelson at St. Michaels, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCL 

729. 729a, 7296. Gymnocanthus pistilliger (Pallas) 2006 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 21743. U.S.N.M., 
collected at Niautilik Harbor, Cumberland Gulf, 
by Ludwig Kunilicn. 

730. Gymnocanthus galeatus Bean 2010 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from the type. No. 28097, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Dr. Bean at Unalaska. Alaska. 



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PLATE CCCII. 

Text |>ag<'. 

731. Leiocottus hirundo Girai d I'Ull 

Drawing bj- A. H. Jialdwiu from No. 313. U..'<.N.M., collected by 
W. I'. Trowbridgi- at San Miguel, California. 

~iWl. Leptocottus armatus (Jirard 2012 

Drawing l.y H. L. Todd from No. 27968, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Sitka, Alaska, by Dr. Beau. 

7:;3. OligocottUB maculosus fiirard 2(il3 

1 iraw ing by 11. L. Todd from No. 27514, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Dr. lieaii at Sitka, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCin. 

7:u. Blenuicottus embryum (Jordan and Starks) 2016; 2><64 

Drawing by Anna L. Hrown from the type, No. 3128, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks, Neah Bay, Wash- 
ington. 

73."i. Histiocottiis bilobus (Cuvier aud Valenciennes) 2018 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 30307. U. S.N. M., collected 
by W. J. Fisther at St. Paul. Kadiak Island, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCIV. 

736. Blepsias cirrhosus (Pallas) 2018 

Drawiug by A. 11. Baldwin from No. 27118, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by I»r. .lordan in thr Straits of Fuca. 

736a, 736J!<. Blep.sias cirrhosus (Palla.s) 2018 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 30307. U.S.N.M.. col- 
lected by W. J. Fischer at St. Paul, Kadiak Island, 
Alaska. 

PLATE CCCV. 

73S. Hemitripterus americanus (Gmelin ) 2023 

1 )rawing by II. L. Todd from No. 23199, U.S.N.M.. collected by 
the U. S. Fish Commission at Halifax, Nova .'^c(»tia. in 16 
fathoms. 

739. Ascelichthys rhodorus .lordan aud (iilbcrt 2025 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from No. 2S4SS. U.S.N.M., collected 
by .1. (i. Swan at Neah Bay, Washiugt'iu. 

PLATE CCCVI. 

710. Psychrohites paradoxus Ciiuther 2026 

Drawing by Anna 1,. Brown from No. 3371, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., 
collected l>y K. C. Starks in I'uyet Sound near Point 
< )rchanl, Washington. 

711. Gilbertidia sigolutes ulordau and Starks) 2028 

Drawing by Anna 1.. Bmwn from the type. No. 3129, L. S. .Ir. 
I'liiv . .Mus.. collcct»'<l l>y Jv ('. Starks in Puget Sound near 
Point Orchard, Washington. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3295 

PLATE CCCVII. 

Text page. 

742, 742fl. Rhamphocottus richardsoni Giinther 2030 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by 
W. X. Lockiugton, in California. 

7426, 742c. Rhamphocottus richardsoni Giinther 2030 

Drawings by Anna L. Browu from No. 3385, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks in Puget 
Sound near Point Orchard, Washington. 

PLATE CCCVIII. 

743, Occa dodecaedron (Tilesius) 2044 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 14936, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Gordon Prince in Kamchatka. 

744, Pallasina barbata ( Steiudachiier) 2049 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 28052, U.S.X.M., collected 
at Port Mulgrave, Alaska, by Dr. Bean. 

745, 74.5a. Podothecus accipiter Jordan and Starks 2055 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type. No. 3835, 
L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by Capt. J. C. Blair at 
Robben Island. 

PLATE CCCIX. 

746, Podothecus acipenserinus (Tilesius) ; 2061 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from No. 32481, U.S.N.M., collected 
by W. J. Fischer at Kadiak Island, Alaska. 

747, 747<(. Podothecus veternus Jordan and Starks 2063 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 4823, 
L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by Capt. J. C. Blair 
at Robben Island. 

748, 748a. Stelgis vulsus (Jordan and Gilbert) 2067 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type in the 
U.S.N.M., collected by Jordan and Gilbert at Point 
Reyes, California. 

749, 749a. Averruncus emmelane Jordan and Starks 2069 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3135, 
L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks in 
Puget Sound near Point Orchard, Washington. 

PLATE CCCX. 

750, 750a. Averruncus sterletus Gilbert 2071 

Drawings by Anna L. Brown from the type in the 
U.S.N.M., collected by the Albatross at Station 
3662, ort Avalon, Coronado Island, California, in 47 
fathoms. 

751, Sarritor frenatus (Gilbert) 2073 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin from the type collected by the 
AJiatross at Station 3229. 



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752. 752a, Xystes axinophrys .Jordan aud Staiks 2076 

l)ia\viijgs by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3130, 
L. S. .Jr. Iniv. Miis., collected by K. C. Starks iu 
Puget Sound near .Seattle, Washington. 

PLATE CCCXI. 

753. Bathygonus nigripinnis (iilbort 2078 

Drawing l»y A. H. Baldwin from No. 4(i614. I'.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the AlhiitroHs in the Aleutian Islands. 

754. 7o4a. Xenochirus triacanthus Gilbert 20>4 

lirawingH by Anna I.. Brown from No. 3760, J-.. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mns., collected liy E. C Starks in Puget 
Sound near .Seattle, Washington. 

PLATE CCCXn. 

755. 755a, 7.55ft. Aspidophoroides guntheri Bean 20lt0 

Drawings by W. S. Haines from No. 37032, 
r.S.N.M., collected by G. M. Stoney in Alaska. 

7.56. 756rt. Aspidophoroides mouopterygius ( Bloch) "2091 

Drawings by II. L. Todd from No. 21761, U.S.N.M., 
collected Ity the U. S. Fish Commission at Sandwich 
Point, Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 18 fathoms. 

PLATE CCCXIII. 

757. Cyclopterus lumpus Linna-us 2096 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 14795, U.S.N. M., collected 
by the U.S. Fish Commission at Eastjiort, Maine. 

758. Lethotremus muticus (iilbert 2101 

Drawing bj- A. H. Baldwin from the type, ccdh-cted by the 
AlbatroHS at Station 3223, in Unimak I'ass, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCXIV. 

7.5!t. Lethotremus vinolentus .Jordan and .Starks 2101 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the ty]i«', No. 3131, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by K. C. Starks in I'uget Sound, near 
Seattle, Wasliinuton. 

7tiO, 760a. Neoliparis callyodon ( 1 'alias) 2110 

Drawings by M. M..*smith from No. 3n:il7. U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by W. J. Fischer at St. I';nil. Kadiak Islaml, 
Alaska. 

PLATE CCCXV. 

761, 7t;irt. Neoliparis miicosus lAyres^ 2111 

l)rawiii;;s l>y Anna L. Brown from No. 'MnO. Cal. Acad. 
."^ci.. collrctod by li. D. hunn oil San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3297 

Text page. 

762. Neoliparis florae Jordan aucl Starks 2111 

Drawing liy Auna L. Brown from the type, No. 3126, L. 8. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks at Waadda Island, 
Neah Bay, Washington. 

PLATE CCCXVI. 

763, 763rt. Neoliparis greeni Jordan and Starks 2112 

Drawings by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3019, 
L. S. Jr. Univ. Mns., collected by A. N. Green in Vic- 
toria Harbor, Victoria, British Columbia. 

764, 764a. Liparis cyclopus Giinther 2118 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from No. 24007, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected at Port Mullcr, Alaska, by W. H. Dall. 

PLATE CCCXVIL 

765. Liparis agassizii Putnam 2121 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from one of the types of L. gibhiis 
Bean, No. 24047, U.S.N. M., collected at St. Paul Island, Ber- 
ing Sea, by H. W. Elliott. 

766, 766a. Liparis dennyi Jordan and Starks 2124 

Drawings by Anna L. Brown from the type. No. 3703, 
L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks in Ad- 
miralty Inlet, near Seattle, Washington. 

PLATE CCCXVIII. 

767. Bathyphasma ovigerum Gilbert 2128 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 48622, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatj'oss at Station 3342, off Queen Char- 
lotte Island, in 1,588 fathoms. 

76>^. Prionotus carolinus (Linuipus) 21.56 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 774, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Professor Baird at Beesleys Point, New Jersey. 

PLATE CCCXIX. 

769. Prionotus scitulus Jordan 2157 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by G. 
Wiirdemann in Florida. 

770. Prionotus alatus Goode and Bean 2159 

Drawing from the type, collected in deep water off Charles- 
ton, South Carolina. 

PLATE CCCXX. 

771. Prionotus stearnsi Jordan and Swain 2166 

Drawing from a specimen obtained on the Pensacola Snapper 
Banks. 

772. Prionotus evolans (Linna-us) 2168 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 5556, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Professor Baird at Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 



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PLATE cccxxi. 

Text pai:.-. 

773. Bellator egretta CGoode and Beau) 2174 

J)rawing l»y M. M. Sinitli from the type in th»' M.C.Z.. col- 
lected by th«; Blake at Station Lxiv, oti' Hurbados. 

771. Peristedion miniatum (ioodf 217K 

1 Mawiii;: by 1 1 . L. T<)d<l Ironi the type. No. 2r>023. U.8.N.M., col- 
lected by the /•'('«/< Hawk at Station «r.9. in X. lat. 40^02' 18", 
\V. lony. 70 %V Or> , in ltl2 fathoms. 

77.". Peristedion loiigispathum (ioo<le and Hean L'17x 

Drawin;^ by H. L.Todd from the tyi)e. collected by the Blakt 
at Station i.\ in, oft" Havana, in 242 fathoms. 

PLATE CCCXXIL 

71t!. Peristedion gracile TJoode and Bean 2179 

])ra\vin;U by 11. L. Todd from the type, collected by the 
AlhatrosH at Station 2401, in N. lat. 28^ 38' 30", W. ]on<:. 
85 52' 30", in 142 fathoni.s. 

777.777«. Peristedion platycephaluni Goode and Bean 21X0 

Drawings by H. L. Todd from the type, collected by the 
Blake at Station L.\, oft" Barbados, in 123 fathoms. 

PLATE CCCXXIII. 

77X. Cephalacanthus volitans (Linna-us) 21S.S 

1 )ra\\ in;i by W. S. Haines. 
77!*. Callionymns agassizii Goode and Bean 21S6 

Dr.iwinu by ii. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
/>'/«/.< at Station x.\x. oft' Barbados, in 209 fathoms. 

750. loglossus calliurus Bean 2193 

Drawing from No. 30797, U.S. X.M., collected by Silas Stearns 
at the Pensacola Snapper Banks. 

PLATE CCCXXIV. 

751. Philypnus dormitor (Laccpede) 2194 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from a sjiecimcn tollcctcd by Dr. 
Evcrmann at Palo Seco. Pncrto Rico. 

7><'2. Eormitator maculatus (Bloch) 2l9«i 

l>rawiiig l>y \. II. Baldwin from a s])ecinien collected by Dr. 
EvtMin.inn at Hncares. Pnerto Rico. 

PLATE CCCXXV. 

7x3. Eleotris pisonis ((imelin) 2200 

Drawing by .\. H. Baldwin from No. 5757. 1'^.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Whitehnrst at Gar<len Key, Ehnida. 

78 L Alexurus armiger .Ionian and Richardson 2'20.] 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type. No. 3455, L. S. Jr. 
I'niv. MuH., collected by .1. .V. Riehanlson in La Pa/ Har- 
bor, Lower California. 

7>!.">. Erotelis sniaragdus ( Ciivier and N'alencienues) 2204 

Drawing by \. II. Baldwin. 



Explanation of Plates and Figures. 3299 



PLATE CCCXXVI. 

Text page. 

786. Lophogobius cyprinoides (Pallas) 2209 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 37.509, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Professor Poey in Cuba. 

7S7. Gobius stigmaticiis (Poey) 2224 

Drawing l>y W. S. Haines from No. 30469, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Silas Stearns in south Florida. 

788. Gobius hastatus Girard 2229 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3.5155, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CCCXXVII. 

7'-!y. Gobius oceanicus Pallas 2230 

Drawing by A. H. lialdwin from No. 35155, U.S.N. M., collected 
by Dr. Jordan at Key West, Florida. 

789«. Gobius oceanicus Pallas 2230 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by Dr. 
Evermann at Palo Seco, Puerto Kico. 

790. Garmannia paradoxa (Giinther) 2232 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 3765, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlau, 
Mexico. 

PLATE CCCXXVin. 

791. Bollmannia chlamydes Jordan 2238 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mns., collected by the Albatross oif the coast of Colombia. 

792. Aboma etheostoma Jordan and Starks 2240 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, No. 3459, L.S. Jr. 
Univ. Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition in the 
.Astillero at Mazatlan, Mexico. 

793. Clevelandia ios (Jordan and Gilbert) 22.54 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 3666, 1... S. Jr. Univ. 
Mas., collected by E. C. Starks in Elliot Bay. near Seattle, 
Washington. 

PLATE CCCXXIX. 

794. Evermannia zosterura (Jordan and Gilbert) 2256 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 2927, L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

795. Typhlogobius califoruiensis Steindachner 2262 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 34747, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Rosa Smith at San Diego, California. 

796. Echeneis iiaucrates Linua-ns 2269 

Drawing bv H. L. Todd. 



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PLATE CCCXXX. 

Text paue. 

TUT. Ti'Td. Reinora bracliyptera ( I^owo) L''_'T2 

Diawiuf? t.y H. L. To<l.l from No. 23374, U.S.N.M., col- 
lfct«-(l l)y Daiii.l McEachran iu X. lat. 42- 40', W. 
loiij;. l!:! 6 , ill 250 fatlioiiie. 

7!i8. Rhombochirus osteochir (C'uviei) 2273 

hrawiiiy l)y H. L. Todd from Xo. 19022. I'.S.X.M.. rolh-cted 
by tlui r. S. Fish Commission at Woods Hole, Massachu- 
setts. 

7!i!i. Caulolatilus inicrops (joode and Beau 2277 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20971. L'.S.N.M., c«dlected 
liy .Sihis Stearns at thi- Pensacohi Snappt-r Hanks. 

PLATE CCCXXXI. 

>^0U. Opisthognathus aiacrognathum Poey : 22s I 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 5936, I'.S.N.M., the ty]>e of 
0. scaphhirits Goodc and Bean, collected l)y I)r. Whitehurst 
at (;ar<liii i\ey, I'lorida. 

800fl. Opisthognathus niacrognathum Poey 2281 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 5936, U.S.N. M., the 
type of (). scuphUiruH Goode and Bean, collected by Dr. 
Whitehurst at Garden Key, Florida. 

801. Gnathypops maxillosa I 'oey 2284 

Diawin- by II. I.. Todd from No. 5866, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Garden Key. Florida. 

PLATE GCCXXXII. 

8(12. Bathymaster sigiiatus Cope 2288 

Drawinff by II. L. Todd from No. 27646. I'.S.N.M., collected 
by Cai)t. E. P. lierendeen at the Shumagin Islands. Alaska. 

X(i:i. Ronquilus jordani ((iilbert) 2289 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from No. 3410, L. S. Jr. I'niv. 
Mns., collected by the Young Naturalist .Society of Seattle 
in Elliot Hay, near Seattle, Washington. 

hol. Chiasmodon niger .hdinson 2291 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 25633, U.S.N.M., eolleete<l 
by ("apt. Thomas F. Hodgdon at the surface on Le Have 
Hank. 

PLATE CCCXXXIll. 

H(ir>. Hypsicometes gobioides Goode 2294 

Drawing by .\. II. Haldwin from a specimen collected by tin- 
.l//)a/)v/Ns at Station 2377. 

8(iti. Trichodon trichodon (Tilesins) 2295 

Drawing by M.M. Smith from Xo. 27980, U.S.N. M., collected 
by Marcus Maker at the Shumagin Islands. 

807. Arctoscopus japouicus ( Steindachuer > 2297 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from Xo. 7A\7>y\. L. S. Jr. Univ. Mue., 
collected by the .llhatrosn at .station 3652. 



Explmiation of Plates and Figures. 3301 

PLATE CCCXXXIV. 

Text page. 

808. Astroscopus y-graecum (Cuvier and Valenciennes) 2307 

Drawing by M. M. Smitli from Xo. 18029, U.S.N. M., collected 
by J. C. Willets at Matanzas Kiver Inlet, Florida. 

809. 809«. Kathetostoma albigutta Beau 2312 

Drawings by M. M. Smith from Xo. 2403, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected by the Albatross. 

PLATE CCCXXXV. 

810. Opsanus pardus (Goode and Bean) 231& 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 22237, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Silas Stearns at thePensacola Snapper Banks, 
Florida. 

811. Porichthys porosissimus (Ciivier and Valenciennes) 2319 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by the 
Albatross at Station 2121. 

812. Caularchus maeandricus ( Girard ) 2328 

Drawing by H. L. Todd. 

813. Rimicola muscarum (Meek and Pierscm) 2338 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type in L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mus., collected by Meek and Pierson in Monterey Bay. 
California. 

PLATE CCCXXXVI. 

814. Enneanectes carminalis (Jordan and Gilbert) 23.50 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from Xo. 38.j4, L. S. Jr. Univ. Mus., 
collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, Mexico. 
81.5. Gibbonsia elegaus evides (Jordan and Gilbert) 23.52 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from X'o. 34784, U.S.X'^.M., collected 
by Rosa Smith at San Diego, California. 

816. Nebclinus satiricus Girard 23.5.> 

Drawing by AV. S. Atkinson from No. 2288, L. S, Jr. Univ. Mus., 
collected by Dr. Gilbert at Pacific Grove, California. 

PLATE CCCXXXVII. 

817. Cryptotrema corallinum G ilbert 2266 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. Univ. 
Mus. 

818. Exerpes asper (Jenkins and Evermann) 2367 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 39643, U.S.N. M., 
collected by Jenkins and Evermann at Guaymas, Mexico. 

819. Auchenopterus nox (Jordan and Gilbert) . 2373 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown Irom the type collected by Dr. 
Jordan at Key West, Florida. 



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PLATE CCCXXXMII. 

Text i>ai:e. 

><'_'<•. Blennius favosus Good<' and Hean 2380 

lir!"vinjr (roiu the type, No. 2629, U.S.N.M., .ollccted liy G. 
Wiirdfiuanu at Gardfu Key, Florida. 

><21. Blennius cristatus Linnii-us 2:V<2 

«L'i'. HypsoblenniuB ionthas (Jordan and Gilbert) 2388 

PLATi: CCCXXXIX. 

82:>. Hypsoblenuius hentz f Le Sueur) 2390 

Drawing by M. M. Smitli from No. 2t)308, U.S. N.M., collected 
at Charleston, South Carolina, l»y C C. Leslie. 

824. Chasmodes saburrae .Ionian an<l (Gilbert 2392 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from the type, No. 30824, U.S.N.M., 
collected by Jordan and Stearns at I'ensacola, Florida. 

82.'). Rupiscartes atlaiiticus (Cuvier and N'alencieune.'*) 2397 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 3694G, L'.S.N.M., collected 
by C. H. Towusend at San Cristobal. Lower California. 

PLATE CCCXL. 

821). Embleniaria atlautica .lordan and Evermann 2402 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 33915. U.S.N.M., 
collected by Silas .Stearns at the Pensaiola Snapper Panics, 
Florida. 

827. Stathmonotus hemphillii Pcan 2407 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 37193, U.S.N.M., 
collectetl by Henry Hemphill at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CCCXLI. 

828. Bryostema polyactocephalum (Pallas ) 2408 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 368S!t. U.S.N.M.. collected by 
.I.(i.Swan in Puget Sound, Washington. 

82U. Bryostema uugator Jordan and Williams 2410 

Drawing by Anna L. Prown from the type. No. 3134, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mu8.. collected l)y the Young Nat. Soc. of Seattle in 
Elliot Pay, near Seattle, Washington. 

830. Apodichthya flavidus Giiard 2411 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 3r)965, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by ,1. <;. Swan at Port Townscnd, Washington. 

PLATE (•(•(•XI. II. 

K\\. Fholis dolichogaster (Pallas) 2110 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 3:i834. U.S.N.M.. collected by 
Di. L. Mejneger at Pi-ring Island. 

Ki2. Pholis gunnelluB i I. in mens) 2ll'J 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. •J31ilS. U.S.N.M. collected by 
R. E. Earl! at Gh)ucester, .Massa<-hu8ett8. 



Expla7iation of Plates and Figures. 3303 

Text page. 

833. Pholis ornatus (Girard) 2419 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from No. 27996, U.S.N.M., collected 

by Dr. Bean at Sitka, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCXLIII. 

834 . Asternoptery X guniielliformis Riippell 2420 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from Xo. 48453, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Schiubert and White in Omanak Fjord, Karsak, Xonr- 
sook Pt'uinsnla, Greenland. 

835. Anoplarchus atropurpureus (Kittlitz) 2422 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 29820, U.S.X.M., collected 
by L. M. Tnrn.r at Atka Island, Alaska. 

83H. Xiphistes ulvae Jordan and Starks 2423 

Drawing by Anna L. Brown from the type, Xo. 3132 L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks at Waadda Island. 
Neah Bay, Washington. 

PLATE CCCXLIV. 

837. Xiphistes chirus (Jordan and Gilbert) 2424 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 23964, U.S.N.M, collected by 
W. H. Dall at Amchitka Island, Alaska. 

838. Xiphidion rupcstre (Jordan and Gilbert) 2426 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen c<dlected by 
Sylvanus Bailey at Sitka, Alaska. 

839. Lumpenus mackayi Gilliert 2436 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type collected in the 
Nushagak River, Alaska, by the Albatross. 

840. Lumpenus lampetraeformis { Walbaum) 2438 

Drawing by H. L, Todd from Xo. 138.52, U.S.N.M. 

PLATE CCCXLV. 

841. Stichaeiis punctatiis (Fabricins) 0439 

Di-awing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 21718, U.S. X.M., collected 
by L. M. Turner at St. Michaels, Alaska. 

842. Ulvaria subbifurcata (Storer) 2440 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen from the Academy 
of Xntmal Sciences of Montreal. 

843. Cryptacanthodes maculatus Storer 2443 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 22309, U.S.X.M. obtained 
from E. G. Blackford. 

PLATE CCCXLVI. 

844. Lyconectes aleiitensis Gilbert 2444 

Drawing by A. II. I'.aldwiu from the type, collected by the 
AlbdtroKS at Station 3312, north of Uualaska, iu 45 fathoms. 

845. Auarhichas latifrons Steenatrnp and Hallgrimsson 2446 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Xo. 21373, U.S.X.M., collected 
by Capt. J. W. Collins iu X. lat. 43- 50 , W. long. 59- 04'. 



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PLATK CCCXLVir. 

Text pa;;e. 

8 It). Anarhicbas lupus I.inn;ins 244G 

J)ra\viii<,r by II. L. IVxId fioin No. 2184G, I'.S.N.M., collected 
by Capt. John Oourville at Geor<j;es Bank. 

817. Anarhichas lepturus Bean L'447 

Drawing from tlie type, collected by L. M. Turner at St. Mi- 
chaels, Alaska. 

848. Ptilichthy 8 goodei Bean , 2452 

Drawinj,' by M. L. Todd from the type, No. 26619, U.S.N.M., 
collected at Iliulink (Tnalaska), A-laska. 

PLATE CCCXLVIII. 

849. 849o, 849b. Scytalina cerdale Jordan and Gilbert 24.54 

Drawings by Anna L. Brown from No. 3389. L. .<. 
.Jr. Univ. Mus., collected by E. C. Starks at 
Waadda Island. Neah Bay, Washington. 

850. Zoarces anguillaris ( I *eck ) 1>457 

Drawing by II. L.Todd from No. 10438, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the U. S. Fish Commission at Eastport, Maine. 

851. Embryx crotalinus ((iilbert) 24.58 

Drawing by A.H.Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Albatro><8 at Station 2980. otf Santa Barbara Islands. 

PLATE CCCXLIX. 

852. Aprodon cortezianus Gilbert 2461 

Drawing l>y A. 11. Baldwin from the type, No. 46457, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Alhutrosx on Cortez Banks, olV San Diego, 
California. 

8.5."^. Lycodes zoarchus Goode and Bean L'4t>4 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from the type, No. 39298, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross in N. lat. 44^^ 46' 30' , W. long. 59- 
55 45 ", oil' Nova Scotia, in ISO fathoms. 

85 1. Lycodes reticulatus Heinhardt 24155 

Drawing by II. L. Todd Ironi a s]ieciiiien collected by Capt. 
R. Marknson at S. W. Banciuereau, in 3(K) fathoms. 

PLATE CCCL. 

K'»5. Lycodes perspicillum Kniyer 2465 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 39336, U.S.N.M.. collected 
by the AlhatroHs at Station 2456, in N. lat. 47 29 , W. long. 
52 M8, in S6 fathoms. 

8.51!. Lycodes frigidus Collett 2465 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. .S2995. U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albah-osx at Station 2(tlS. in \. lat. 37 12 22 , W. 
long. 74^ 20 04 , in 78s fathoms. 



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857. Lycodalepis polaris ( Sabine) 2468 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27748, U.S.N.M., the type of 
Lycodes "occinens Bean, collected by Dr. Bean at Big Dio- 
luede Island, Bering Strait. 

858. Lycodalepis turneri ( Bean ) , 24B9 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from the type, No. 21529, U.S.N.M., 
collected by L. M. Turner at St. Michaels, Alaska, 

PLATE CCCLI. 

859. Lycenchelys verrillii ( Goode and Bean ) 2470 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21015, U.S.N.M., an old 
male, collected by the I". S. Fisb Commission, 27 miles 
southwest of Chebucto, Nova Scotia. 
860, 860a, 860/>, 860c. 860<7. Lycenchelys paxillus (Goode and Bean) . 2471 
Drawings by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 22177, 
U.S.N.M., collected by Capt. J. W. Collins in N. lat. 
42^ 48', W. long. 63^ 07'. 

861. Furcimanus diapterus (Gilbert) 2472 

Drawing by W. S. Atkinson from a specimen in L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mus. 

PLATE CCCLII. 

862. Lycodonus mirabilis (Goode and Bean) 2474 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from No. 39207, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross at Station 2742, in N. lat. 37 - 46' 30", W. 
long. 73- 56' 30". 

863. Lyconema barbatum Gilbert 2474 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Albatross at Station 3129, in 204 fathoms. 

864, 864a, 864&, 864c. Gymiielis viridis ( Fabricius) 2479 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21999a, U.S.N.M., col- 
lected at Niautilik Harbor, Cumberland Gulf, by W. A. 
Miutzer. 

865. Melanostigma pammelas Gilbert 2479 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Albatross at Station 3202, ou coast of California. 

PLATE CCCLIIL 

866. Lepophidium marmoratum (Goode and Bean) 2482 

Drawing by M. M. Hildebrant from the type. No. 37237, 
U.S.N. M., collected by the Albatross in N. lat. 23- 10' 39", 
W. long. 82- 20' 21' , in 213 fathoms. 

867. Lepophidium profundorutn (Gill) 24 ^!4 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from a specimen collected by the 
Albatross at Station 2042. 

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HlJt. Otophidiuni oniostigmum (.Jiiril.iii and (Jilbert) 2490 

Itrawin^j by II. L. Ttxld from the tyiM-, No. L'%7(», I'.S.N.M., 
collrct«'(l by .Jordan and Stearns at tlie Pcnsacohi Snapper 
r«ankH. 

87(1. Lycodapiis dermatiuus Gilbert 1.'492 

Drawinfjf by A. II. Baldwin from the t.vi>e, collettt-d by the 
Alhatrons at .'Station 3l()2, otf Lower California. 

1^71. Brotula barbata (Bbxh and .Schneider) 2."»00 

JJrawinj,' by A. H. Baldwin from No. ."j337, U.S.N.M., collected 
by I'rofessor i'ot-y in Cuba. 

PLATE CCCLV. 

872. Ogilbia ventralis (Cill) 2.">03 

Drawiiii; by Anna L. Browu from No. 2903, L. .S. .Jr. Uuiv. 
Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazatlan, 
Mexico. 

S73. Ogilbia cayoruni Everniann and Kendall 2."i03 

I)ra\vin;,'by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 48792, U.-'^.N^.M.. 
collected by Evermann and Kendall at Key West, Florida. 

874. Dicromita agassizii ( Joode and Bean 2r>0G 

hrawin^r by 11. L. Todd from the type, collected by the Bhike 
otV (Ironada. 

I'L.VrE CCCLVI. 

87".. Bassozetiisnormalis (Ull 2507 

Drawiu^r by IL L. Todd from No. 39416, U.S.N.M., collected 
l)y the .lih„lrosx in N. lat. 28 02' 30 ", W. long. 87- 43' 45 . 

87(>. Bassozetus catena Goode and Bean 2509 

Drawn by A. H. Baldwin from the type. No. 37341, U.S.N. M., 
collected by the AUudross in N. lat. 28 00' 15 ", W. long. 
87- 42', in 1,407 fathoms. 

87iii/. Bassozetus catena (ioo<le and Bean 2.509 

l>rawn by II. L. Todd from same specimen. 

PLATE CCCLVII. 

sTT. Neobythites gillii (ioodc .md Bean 2.">12 

Drawing' by A. li. Baldwin from the type. No. :!7:U0, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Mhutrnsit in X. lat. 28 3> , W. long. S5 ii!'. . 
in ill fathoms. 

878. Neobythites luarginatus (;in)de and Bean 2513 

Krawing iiy ILL. Todtl from the type cidlccied by the Hlnkt 
otV Barbados, in 209 fathoms. 

sl'.K Bassogigas gillii ( Joodc autl Bean 2515 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from the type. No. 39417, U.S.N. M., 
collected by th«' .!//)(/ /rows olV Cajie Henlopen, Delaware, in 
N. lat. 39 35 . W. long. 70 54 . in l,l(t(? fathoms. 

S80. Baratliroclemus manatiniis (Joode ami Bean 2517 

Drawing by 11. L. Toild from the type in M. C. Z., collected by 
the /.7(i/.. Ill N. lat. 33 35 2(i . \V. lnn.c. 7t) . in G17 fathoms. 



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PLATE CCCLVIII. 

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881. Porogadus miles Goode and Bean 2520 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, No. 35625, U.S.N.M., 
collected by tlie Albatross at Station 2230, in N. lat. 38° 27', 
W. long. 73^ 02', in 1,168 fathoms. 

882. Dicrolene intronigra Goode and Bean 2522 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the Blake 
in the Gulf Stream, 

883. Barathronus bicolor Goode and Bean 2524 

Drawing by M. M. Smith from the type collected by the Blake 
at Station lxxi, oft' Guadeloupe, in 769 fathom.s. 

PLATE CCCLIX. 

884. Merluccius productus (Ayres) 2531 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 26638, U.S.N.M., collected by 
W. F. Pro8.ser at Seattle, Washington. 

885. Borogadus saida (Lepechin) 2533 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 24031, U.S.N.M., collected by 
L. M. Turner at St. Michaels, Alaska. 

886. Pollachius virens ( Linnams) 2534 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10443, U,S.N,M., collected by 
Professor Baird at Eastport, Maine. 

PLATE CCCLX, 

887. Theragra chalcogramma ( Pallas) 2535 

Drawing by H, L. Todd from No, 27637, U,S,N.M., collected by 
W. H. Dall iu Pirate Cove. Shumagiu Island, Alaska. 

888. Eleginus navaga (Ktllreuter) 2537 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 92S6, U.S.N.M., collected by 
H. Bannister at St. Michaels, Alaska. 

889. Microgadus proximus (Girard) 2539 

Diawing by H. L, Todd from No. 27982, U.S.N.M,, collected at 
Yakntat Bay, Alaska, by Dr. T. H. Bean. 

890. Microgadus tonicod (Walbaum) 2540 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 17733, U,S,N.M„ collected by 
V, N, Edwards at Woods Hole. Massachusetts. 

PLATE CCCLXI. 

891. Gadus callarias -Liunieus 2541 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10444, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Professor Baird at Eastport. Maine. 

892. Melanogrammus aeglefinus LinnaMis 2542 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 10440, U.S.N.M., collected by 
Professor Baird at Eastport, Maine. 

892(j. Melanogrammus aeglefinus Linnanis 2542 

Drawing of skull l)y H. L. Todd. 

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Text page. 

893. 8lt3a. Antimora viola (ioodt; aud liean) 2544 

Drawings l»y H. L. Todil from th«* tyju', No. 21837, 
r.S.N.M., colletted by Capt. J. \V. Collins on he Have 
r.ank. in UMl to .".00 fathoms. 

894. Uraleptus malardi ( Kissso ) 2.^45 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
lihike at Station Lxxxi. off Neris. 

PLATE CCCLXIII. 

895. Lotella mazillaris Bean 2546 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the tyi>e, No. 29832, U.S.N. M.. 
collected by the Fish Hank in N. lat. 39- 55 , W. long. 70 28 , 
in 391) fathoms. 

896. Physiculus fulvus Beau 2547 

Drawing by li. L. Todd from the type, No. 28466, U.S.N.M., 
collected by tlic Fish Hoirk in N. lat. 40- 01 . W. long. 69 56 . 
in 79 lathoms. 

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S97. Lota maculosa ( Le .Suenr ) 25."0 

Drawing by H.L.Todd. 

898. Urophycis regius ( Walbaum i 2553 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 20923, U.S.N.M.. obtained by 
E. G. Blackford from the New York A(iuarinm. 

899. Urophycis cirratus i Goode and Bean) 2553 

Drawing by H.L.Todd from the type. No. 390.VJ. I'.S.N.M.. 
collected l>y the. J /?>r(Oo«8 at Station 2376, in N. lat. 29- 03 15 . 
W. long. 88- 16 . 

PLATE CCCLXV. 

900. Urophycis earlli ( Beau > 25.54 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the tyjie. No. 2,")2(t7. T.S.N.M., 
collected by li. K. Earll at Charleston, South Caroliua. 

901. Urophycis tenuis (Mitehill) 2555 

I Ma will- l.y ILL. Todd from No. 21029, U.S.N.M.. collected by 
tlie SjiikIiiiII in Halifax Harbor. 

902. Uiophycis chuss i Walbaum > 2555 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from Nn. 2S707. I'.S.N.M., collected by 
the Fiah Hawk at Station 91S. in N. lat. 40- 20 24 , W.loug. 
70- 41'30 . in 215 fathoms. 

Pl.AlK CCCLXVL 

903. Urophycis chesteri (Joodt- and Beau 25.56 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 21S40, I'.S.N.M., collected 
by the Speedwill at Station 174, otV Cape Ann. in 140 
fathoms. 



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904. Lemonema barbatulum Goode auil Bean 2556 

Drawing by W. S. Haines from No. 38331, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross at Station 2397 in N. lat. 28^ 42', W. long. 
86^ 36', in 280 fathoms. 

905. Lemonema melanurum Goode and Bean 2557 

Drawing by AV. S. Haines from the type, No. 38270, U.S.N. M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2415 in N. lat. 30° 44', 
W. long. 79^ 26', in 440 fathoms. 

PLATE OCCLXVII. 

906. Gairdropsarus argentatus ( Rheinhardt) 2559 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 7212, U.S.N.M., collected at 
Nahaut, Massachusetts, by F. W. Putnam. 

907. Euchelyopus cimbrius (Linna-us) 2560 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 21721, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Edward Brown in Bay Chaleur. 

908. Bathygadus favosus Goode and Bean 2565 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the. type collected by the Blake 
off Martinique, in 472 fathoms. 

PLATE CCCLXVIII. 

909. Steindachneria argentea Goode and Bean 2568 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 37350, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross in N. lat. 3d- 14' 30", W. long. 
88- 9' 30", in 08 fathoms. 

910. Chalinura Simula Goode and Bean 2578 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 39152, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Albatross at Station 2095 in N. lat. 39° 29', W. long. 
70° 58' 40", in 1,342 fathoms. 

911. Coryphaenoides carapinus Goode and Bean 2579 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen collected by the 
lilakiiu N. lat. 39° 43', W. long. 70- 55' 25". 

PLATE CCCLXLX. 

912. Hymenocephalus cavernosus (Goode and Beau) 2580 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type. No. 37337, U.S.N.M., 
colleeted by the Albatross at Station 2398 in N. lat. 28° 45' 
W. long, m- 26 , in 227 fathoms. 

913. Coelorhynchus occa (Goode and Bean t 2588 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from tlie type No. 37334, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2396 in N. lat. 28° 34', 
W. long. 86 48', in 335 fathoms. 

914. CcBlorhynchus carmiuatus (Goode) 2588 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 26187, U.S.N. M., collected 
by the Fish Hawk at Station 893, off Marthas Vineyard, in 
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yi5. Coelorhynclius caribbaeus (Goode and Bean) 2589 

1 "rawing by H. L. Tod.l from tbe type, No. 37333, I'.S.N.M.. 
collectfd by the Albatrotin at Station 2377, in the northern 
I»art of the Gulf of Mexico, in N. lat. 29- 7 30 , W. long. 
8N X , in 210 fathoms. 

UltJ. Regalecus glesiie (Ascanius' 2."}96 

Drawing from Day, Fishes of (ireat Britain and Ireland, 
pi. 64. 

PLATE CCCLXXI. 

917. Atherestbes stomias (Jordan and Gilbert) 2tK)y 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 27186, I'.S.N.M., col- 
lected by Dr. Jordan at Point Keycs, California. 

918. Hinpoglossus hippoglossus ( Linnans) 2611 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 27605, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Marmot Island, Alaska, by Dr. Bean. 

PLATE CCCLXXII. 

91!t. Hippoglossoides platessoides ( Fabricius ) 2614 

Drawing by II. L. Todd from No. 21002. I'.S.N.M., collected 
at Lc Have Bank. 

920. Hippoglossoides elassodon .lordan and Gilbert 2615 

PLATE CCCLXXIII. 

921. Psettichthys melanostictus (Jirard 2618 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 24167, U.S.N.M., collected 
at San l'ran(is<-o, California, by Dr. Jordan. 

922. Paralichthys deutatus (Linnans) 2629 

Drawing by A. 11. Baldwin from a specimen collected by 
Dr. H. M. Smith at St. CJcorge Island. Maryland. 

PL.VTE CCCLXXIV. 

923. Paralichthys squamileiitus .lordan antl Gilbert 2631 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd from No. 308<)2, I'.S.N.M., collected 
at i'onsacola, Florida, by .Jordan and Stearns. 

92L Paralichthys oblongiis (MitthilD 26:}2 

Drawing by II. L. Todd. 

PLATE CCCLXXV. 

92.". Ancylopsetta quadrocellata (Jill 2634 

i>26. Pleiironichthys decurrens .Ionian and (iilbert 2637 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from No. 271ir>, U. S.N. M., col- 
lected bv Dr. .Jordan at San Francisco, California. 



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PLATE CCCLXXVI. 

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927. Inppsetta ischyra ( Jordau aud Gilbert) 2641 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 32913, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Unalaska by E. W. Nelson. 

928. Lepidopsetta bilineata (Ayres) 2643 

Drawing from No. 27602, U.S.N.M., collected by Dr. Beau at 
St. Paul, Kadiak Island, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCLXXVII. 

929. Limanda ferruginea ( Storer ) 2644 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from No. 21903, U.S.N.M., collected 
at Gloucester, Massachusetts, by the U. S. Fish Columis^ion. 

930. Limaiida aspera ( Pallas) 2645 

Drawing from No. 27944, U.S.N.M., collected by Dr. Bean at 
Sitka, Alaska. 

PLATE CCCLXXVIII. 

931. Limanda proboscidea Gilbert 2645 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from the type, collected by the 
Alhairoas in Bristol Bay. Alaska. 

932. Limanda beanii Goode 2646 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, No. 26102, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Fiali Uawk at Station 875, off the south 
coast of New England. 

PLATE CCCLXXIX. 

933. Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum) 2647 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a specimen in the U.S.N.M. 

934. Pleuronectes quadrituberculatus Pallas 2648 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 28025, U.S.N.M., collected at 
St. Paul, Kadiak, by W.J. Fischer. 

PLATE CCCLXXX. 

935. Liopsetta glacialis ( Pallas) 2649 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27947, U.S.N.M., collected in 
Kotzebue Sound by Dall aud Bean. 

936. Liopsetta putnami (Gill) 2650 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 5368. U.S.N.M., collected at 
Salem, Massachusetts, by F. W. Putnam. 

PLATE CCCLXXXI. 

937. 937«. Platichthys stellatus (Pallas) 2652 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 27640, U.S.N.M., col- 
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9:^8. Lophopsetta niaculata (Mitchill) 2660 

Drawing; by H. I-. Todd. 

9.sn. Platophry 8 ocellatiis ( AgasBiz ) , 26«>;J 

l)rawiii;r l,y II. I,. T()d<l from No. :^}!t72, U.S.N.M., type of 
/'. iiebiilaria Jordan and (Albert, •■olle<t«*<l by I>r. .lordan 
at Key West, Florida. 

PLATE CCCI.XXXIII. 

Mid. Trichopsetta ventralis (<ioodt^ and Heani 264i9 

Krawing by II. L. Todd from No. '.ilSl'J, I'. ."^.X.M., collected 
by the Alhatrosx at fetation 2378, in X. lat. 29 14' 30 ', W. 
long. 88 09' 30 ', in 68 fathoms. 

911. Syacium papillosum (Linna-us) 2671 

Drawing by H. L.Todd from the type of Hemirhombiia jxituluH 
Ht'an, No. 30180, C.S.N.M., collected by Silaa Stearns at 
Pensacola, Florida. 

PLATE CCCLXXXIV. 

912. Azevia panamensis (Steindachuer) 2t)77 

Drawing; by A. II. I'.aldwin from No. 1"), Mns. Comp, Zool. 

913. Citharichthys sordidiis ((iirard) 2679 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 31991, U.S.N.M., colleeted 
by Capt. H. E. Nichols in .Johnstons Straits, British 
Columbia. 

PLATE CCCLXXXV. 

911. Citharichthys macrops I >resel '2(im 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from the type, Xo. 21500, U.S.N.M., 
eolleited by Silas Stearns at Pensacola, Florida. 

91.".. Etropus rimosus Goode and Hean 2t>88 

Drawing by ILL. Todd from the type, collected by the 
AlhatroHS at Station 2108, in N. lat. 28- 28'. W. long, 84- 25', 
in 21 fnthiims. 

PLATE CCCLXXXVI. 

946. Etropus crossotus .lordan and (iilbert 2t>89 

Drawing by IL L. Tixld from No. 26.">71. r.S.N.>L, collected 
by Silas Steams at Cetlar Keys, Florida. 

947. Achirus lineatiis ( Linnaiis) 2t>97 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd. 

PLATE ("('('LXXXNTl. 

94H. Achirus fasciatus Laceprde 27(10 

Drawing by II. L. Todd. 

919. Symphurus margiuatus i ( Joode and Pean ) 271^5 

Drawing by IL L. Todd from a speeimen collected by the 
Uhntross at Station 2376. in N. lat 29- 03' 15 ", W. long. 88^^ 
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PLATE CCCLXXXVIII. 

Text page. 

950. Symphurus plagiusa ( Linnicus) 2710 

Drawino- by H. L. Todd from No. 1.5017, U.S.N.M., collected 
by Dr. H. C. Varrovr at Beaufort, North Caroliua. 

951. Symphurus williamsi Jordan and Culver 27 11 

Drawing by Auua L. Brown from the type, No. 2943, L. S. Jr. 
Univ. Mns., collected by the Hopkins Expedition at Mazat- 
lan, Mexico. 

952. Iiophius piscatorius Linu;eus 2713 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from a speciuieu iu the U.S.N.M. 

PLATE CCCLXXXIX. 

953. Chaunax pictus Lowe 2726 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 26021, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Alhalross at Station 869. 

954. Ceratias holboUi Kriiyer 2729 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin from Gaimard, Voy. Skand., 
Poissons, pi. IX. 

PLATE CCCXC. 

955. Mancalias shufeldti (Gill) 2730 

Drawing by H. L, Todd from the type. No. 33552, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross at Station 2099, iu N. lat. 37^ 12' 
20 , W. long. 69- 39', in 2,949 fathoms. 

956. Cryptopsaras couesii Gill 2731 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 335.58, U.S.N.M., collected 
by the Alhaiross at Station 2101, in N. lat. 38^ 13' 30", W. 
long. GS^ 24', in 1,686 fathoms. 

PLATE CCCXCI. 

957. Caulophryne jordani Goode and Bean 2735 

Drawing by S. F. Denton from the type, No. 39265, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross in N. lat. 39° 27', W. long. 71<^ 
15', in 1,276 fathoms. 

PLATE CCCXCIl. 

958. 958a, 958^. Ogcocephalus vespertilio (Linnieus) 2737 

Drawing by H. L. Todd from No. 2316, U.S.N.M., 
collected by the Albatross: in N. lat. 24^ 25' 30 , 
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6. T,.\M1>E1KA Sl-ADU'RA. (P. 1 ;{. ) 

7. NoTOHHYvrnus maoulatu.s. (P. 17.) 

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14. PSKUnOTUIAKIS MICROMON. (P, 27.) 

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17. CAUcnARiUNrs lamia. (P. 38.) 

18. HYI'OI'HIOX r.UKVIKOSTRIS. (P. 41.) 

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26. CKXTROf^CYLI.UAr I-ABRICII. (P. 56.) 

27. PUISTIS PKCTINATUS. ( P. 60. ) 

28. Khinobatus lentiginosus. (P. ()2.) 



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31. Ua.ia ackleyi. (V. 70.) 



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40. Chim.era affini.s. (P. 95.) 

41. Hyoholagus loi.i.iKi. (P. 95.) 

42. HAUiaOTTA KAI.EICHANA. (P. 96.) 



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44. HeTEROCERCAL tail ok ACirENSEK TRAN.SMONTANUS. (P. 104.) 

45. ACIPENSER STURIO OXYRHYNCHUS. (P. 105.) 



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47. ACII'EXSER H1'.E\IR()STKUM. (P. 106.) 

48. SCAPIIIHHVC HUS PLATORYNCHl'S. (P. 107.) 



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49. Lepisosteus platostomis. (P. 110.) 

50. LEPISOSTETS TKIST(KC11US. (P. 111.) 

51. Amia calva; female. (P. 113.) 

51a. Hetekocercal tail ok Amia calva. (P. 113.) 



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52. Felichthys maiunus. (P. 118.) 

53. Galeichtiivs feus. (P. 128.) 



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55. Galekhtuvs azikeus. (P. 2775.) 



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56. ICTALURUS FURCATUS. (P. 134.) 

57. ICTALURUS ANGUILLA. (P. 2788.) 

58. ICTALURUS PUNCTATUS. (P. 134.) 



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60. Ameiurus melas. (P. 141.) 



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62. Leptops olivaris. (P. 143.) 

63. NoTURUS flavus. (P. 144.) 

64. SCHILIJEOUES NOCTURNUS. (P. 146.) 



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65. SCHILBEODES EXILIS. (P. 147,) 

66. SCHILBEODKS INSIGNIS. (P. 147.) 

67. 67a, 67b. Schii.hkoues gilberti. (P. 148.) 



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68. SCHILBEODES MIL'RUS. (P. 148.) 

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71. CAUriODKS CYIMtlNUt*. (P. 168.) 

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74. Catostomus latipinnis. (P. 174.) 

75. Catostomus gkiseus. (P. 175.) 



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77. ('atostomi's catostomus. (P. 17tJ.) 

78. Catostomus taiioknsis. (P. 177.) 



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79. Catostomus occidentalis. (P. 178.) 

80. CaTOSTOMUS TSILTCOOSENSIS. (P. 2793.) ^ 

81. Pharyngeal teeth of Catostomus macrocheilus." (P. 178.) 

82. Pharyngeal teeth of Placopharynx DUQUES>fii. (P. 198.) 



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84. Catostomus ardkns. (P. 179.)' 

85. Chasmistk.s LiOKi's. fP. 183.) 



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86. Chasmistes stomias. (P. 2794.) 

87. Chasmistes copei. (P. 2795.) 

88. Xykauchen cypho. (P. 184.) 



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90. MlNYTREMA MELANOPS. (P. 187.) 

91. MOXOSTOMA CONGESTUM. (P. 192.) 



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93. MOXOSTOMA HmSCARTES. (P. 196.) 



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96. Orthodox mickolepidotus. (P. 207.) 

97. A( KOCIIKIMLS AI.UTACEUS. (P. 208.) 



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99. MYi-OcHEn>rs cai'kinus. (P. 219.) 

100. SEMOTILT'S ATROiMACULATUS. (P. 222.) 



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102. Leuciscus nicoLOR. (P. 232.) 

103. Leuciscus lineatus. (P. 232.) 



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10.5. LEUCISCrS I5ALTEATU.S. (P. 238.) 

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106. Lei'CISCUS sh'SLawi. (1*. 2797.) 

107. RlTILUS BICOLOR. (P. 244.) 



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109. Opsopckodus emili/e. (P. 248.) 

110. Op.sOP(KODUS I50LLMANI. (P. 249.) 



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112. NoTiJOPis A/TKCUS. (P. 258.) 

113. NOTROI'IS WKLAKA. (P. 2799. j 



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115. NOTROl'lS KANAWHA. (P. 2(!4.) 
lltj. NOTKOPIS CHIHUAHUA. (P. 265.) 



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118. XOTKOPIS NOCOMIS. (P. 2fi8.^ 

119. NoTHoi'is Hi'Dsoxius. (P. 269.) 



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120. NOTKOPIS HUDSONirS SALUDANUS. (P. 270.) 

121. NOTROPLS WIIU'I'LII. (P. 278.) 

122. NOTROPIS GALACTURUS. (P. 279.) 



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123. NOTROI'IS MACDONALDI, (P. L'84.) 

124. NOTROPIS COCCOGENIS. (P. 284.) 

125. NOTROPIS SWAINI. (P. 290,) 



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127. NOTROPIS NOTEMIGONOIDE.S. (P. 292.) 

128. NOTROPIS METALLICUS. (P. 297.) 



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129. Ericymija buccata. (P. 302.) 

130. Phknacobius ukaxops. (P. 304.) 

131. Evarra eigknmanxi. (P. 304.) 



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133. A(;OSIA KLAMATHENSIS. (P. .) 

134. AOOSIA UMATILLA. (P. 313.) 



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136. Hybopsis aestivalis marconis. (P. 316.) 

137. Hybopsis watauga. (P. 319.) 



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138. Hyhopsis altus. (P. 321.) 

139. Platygobio gracilis. (P. 326.) 

UO. EXOGLOSSUM MAXILLINGUA. (P. 327.) 



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141. Brycon dentkx. (P. 337.) 

142. Dkkiciithys serpentinus. (P. 343.) 

143. ANGUILLA CHRYSY'l'A. (P. 348.) 



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144. SiMENCHELYS PAKA8ITICUS. (P. 349.) 

145. ILYOPIIIS HRUXNEUS. (P. 350.) 

146. SyNAI'IIOBKANCHUS PINNATUS. (P. 351.) 



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147. HiSTIOBKANCHUS INFEHNALIS. (P. 352.) 

148. Leptocephalus conger. (P. 3.54.) 

149. Leptocephalus caudilimbatus. (P. 355.) 



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150. CONGRELLUS FLAVUS. (P. 357.) 

151. HOPI.UNNIS J^OHMIDTII. (P. 361.) 

152. Venefica proceka. (P. 365.) 

153. SERRI VOMER BEANII. (P. 367.) 



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154rt, 144&. AVOCRTTINA GILLI. (P. 2801.) 

155. Labichthys carinatus. (P. 368.) 

156. Labichthys klongatus. (P. 369.) 



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157, 157a. 157&. Nemichthys avocetta. (P. 369.) 

158, Ahlia egmontis. (P. 370.) 

159, 159a. Verma kendalli. (P. 375.) 



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160. Lethakchus velifer. (P. 375.) 

161. MyRICHTHYS TIGRINUS. (P. 376.) 



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162. Myrichthys pantostigmius. (P. 2S02.) 

163. PiSOODONOPHIS CRUENTIFER. (P. 377.) 



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164. Calechrlys :\irK.ENA. (P. 378. ") 

165. Rascanichthy.s scuticauis. (P. 378.) 

166. 166a. Bascanichthys peninsul/E. (F. 379.) 



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167. Qassiremts eviontiia8. (P. 3S0.) 

168. Ol'HICHTHUS GUTTIFER. (P. 383. ) 

169. Ophichthus ocellatus. (P. 383.) 



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170. Mystriophis ixtkktinctus. (P. 386.) 

171. Ly(OI)()NTIS MORINGA. (P. 395.) 

172. MUR.KXA IX\SULARUM. (P. 400.) 



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173. MUR.ENA RETIFKKA. (P. 401.) 

174. Channomuk.kna vittata. (P. 404.) 

175. SaCCOPHAKYNX AMPULLACEUS. (P. 406.) 



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176. Gasthostomi's baikdii. (P. 406.) 

177. Tarpon atlaxticus. (P. 409.) 

178. Elops SAiiJus. (P. 410.) 



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179. Albula vulpes. (P, 411.) 

180. HlODON TERGISUS. (P. 413.) 

181. HlODON SELENOPS. (P. 414.) 



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183. DOHOSOMA CKfEDIANUM. (P. 416.) 

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186. Clupka pai.la.sii. (P. 422.) 

187. POMOLOBL'S CHRYSOCHLORIS. (P, 425.) 



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1S9. POMOLOBUS I'SEUDOHAKEKGUS. (P. 426.) 

190. POMOI.OBUS vlCSTIVALI.S. (P. 426.) 



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191. Alosa sapidissima. (P. 427.) 

192. Alosa alabam^:; male. (P. 2810.) 
192o. Alosa alabam.e; female. (P. 2810.) 



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194. Sardinklla stolifera. (T. 431.) 

195. Hrevoortia tyrannus. (P. 433.) 



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196. Stolephorus perthecatus. (P. 442.) 

197. AlepocephaLus agassizii. (P. 453.) 

198. Talismania antillarum. (P, 455.) 



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200. COHEGONl'.s WILI.IAMSONI. (P. 463.) 

200a. CuREGONis vviLi.iAMsoxi; youug. (P. 463.) 



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201. COREGONUS COULTERII. (P. 462.) 

202. COKEGONUS CLUPEIFORMIS. (P. 465.) 

203. Argyrosomus nigripinnis. (P. 472.) 



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204. Stenodts mackenzii. (P. 474.) 

205. ON'coKHYXCurs cohhuscha. (P. 478.) 

206. Oncohhyxciius tscmawytscha. (P. 479.) 



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207ffl. Oncorhynchus nerka; adult female, small form. (P. 481.) 

2076. Oncorhynchus xerka; adult mutilated male, small form. (P. 481.) 



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209. Salmo clakkii mhoixai.is. (Pp. 49.5, 2819.) 

210. SaI-.MO CLA15KII SPILURUS. (Pp. 495, 2819.) 



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01Q ^^^'^^^ CLARKII ROUVIERI. (Pp. 496, 2819. ) 
^16. teALMO CLAKKII STOMIAS. (Pp." 497 2819 ) 



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214. SaLMO CLARKII MACDONALDI. (Pp. 497, 2819.) 

215. Salmo gairdneri. (P. 497.) 

216. Salmo irideus. (P. 500.) 



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217. Cristivomeu namaycush. (P. 504. 

218. SaLVELINU.s FOXTIXALIS. (P. 501). ) 

219. Salvelinus malma. (P. 507. ) 



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220. Salvelinus alpinus aureolus. (P. 511.) 

221. Salvelinus oquassa. (P. 514.; 

222. Thymallus signifer. (P. 517.) 



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223. Thy.-mallus tricolor. (Pp. 518, 2871.) 

224. Thymallus tricolor montanus. (Pp. 519, 2871.) 

224a. Thymallus tricolor montanus; young. (Pp. 519, 2871.) 



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226. Thaleichthys pacificus. (P. 521.) 

227. OSMEKUS THALEICHTHYS. (P. 522.) 



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229. OSMERUS DENTEX. (P. 524.) 

230. HYi'OMEsrs I'KETiosus. (P. 525.) 



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231. Hypomesus olidus. (P. 525.) 

232. Argentina silus. (P. 526.) 

233. Leikoglossus stilbius. (P. 527.) 



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234. Bathvi.agus benedicti. (P. 529.) 

23."). TUACHiXOCEPIIALUS MVOPS. (P. 533.) 
236. SyNODU.-^ FCKTENS. (P. 538.) 



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237. BeNTHOSAURUS GRALLATOR. (P. 543.) 

238. Bathypterois quadrifilis. (P. 545.) 

239. Ipnops murrayi. (P. 547.) 



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240. RONDELETIA BICOLOR. (P. 548.) 

241. Cetomimus giixii. (P. 549.) 

242. Ceratoscopelus madeirensis. (P. 557.) 



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243. Lampanyctus crocodilus. (P. 558.) 

244. Lampadena speculigera, (P. 561.) 

245. Nannobrachium macdonaldi. (P. 563.) 



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246. J^Lthopkora lucida. (P. 565.) 

247. Myctophum opalinum. (P. 571.) 

248. Tarletonbeania tenua. (P. 575.) 



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249. Yarrella blackfordi. (P, 584.) 

250. Chauliodus sloanei. (P. 585.) 

251. Astronesthes gemmifer. (P. 586.) 



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252. ASTRONESTHES RICHARDSONI. (P. 587.) 

253. Stomias ferox. (P. 588.) 

2.54. Grammatostomias dentatcs. (P. 590.) 



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255. Photonectes gracilis. fP. 591.) 

256. Malacosteus Niger. (P. 593.) 

257. Alepisaurus ferox. (P. 595.) 



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.258. Alepisaukus ^sculapius. (P. 595.) 

259. Arctozenus coruscans. (P, 601.) 

260. Paralepis coregonoides. (P. 602.) 



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261, 261a. Argyropelecus olfeksi. (P. 604.) 



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262. Aldrovandia macrochir, (P, 609.) 

263. Aldrovandia gracilis. (P. 610.) 

264. NOTACANTHUS ANALIS. (P, 615.) 

265. NOTACANTHUS PHASGANORUS. (P. 616.) 



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266. LiPOGENYS GILLir. (P. 619.) 

267. Dallia pectoralis. (P. 621.) 

268. Umbra pym.ea. (P. 624.) 



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269, 269a. Lucius lucius. (P. 628.) 

270. Lucius MASQUiNONGY. (P. 629.) 



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271. FuNDULUS MAjALis; female. (P. 639.) 
271a. FuNDULUs majalis; male. (P. 639.) 
271&. FuNDULUS majalis; young. (P. 639.) 



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273. FuNDULUS HETEROCLiTUs; male. (P. 640.) 

274. FUNDULUS OCELLARIS. (P. 642.) 



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275a. FiNDULUs diaphaxus; female. (P. 645.) 

276. FUNDULUS ZEBRINUS. (P. 646.) 



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277. FlTNDTJLUS SEMINOLIS. (P. 647.) 

278. FuNDULUS CATENATus; uiale. (P. 648.) 
278a. FuNDULUs catenatus; female? (P. 648.) 



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279. FUNDULUS STELLIKER. (P, 648.) 

280. FUNDULUS RATHHUNI. (P. 649.) 

281. FUNDULUS ALBOLINEATUS. (P. 649.) 



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282. FUNDULUS FUNDULOIDKS. (P. 650.) 

283. FUNDUIA'S MACDOXALDI. (P. 651.) 

284. FUNDULUS JENKINSI. (P. 651.) 



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285. FUNDILUS PULVEREUS. (P. 652.) 

286. FUNDULl'S LUOI.E. (P. 654.) 

287. FUNDULUS CHRYSOTUS. (P. 655.) 



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288. FUNDULUS NOTTII. (P. 656.) 

289. FUNDULUS NOTATUS. (P. 659.) 

290. Adinia dugesii. (P. 661.) 



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291. FuNDULUs GOODEi. (Pp. 664, 2831. ) 

292. LUCANIA PARVA. (P. 665.) 

293. Characodon kilineatus. (P. 668.) 



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295. Characodon vahiatus. (P 669 ) 

oo^"- '^^'^''■" oi'^ Characodon variati's. (P. 6(59.) 

^9b. Cyprinodon variegatus. (P. 671 ) 



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297. Cypkinodon carpio. (P. 675.) 

298. JORDANELLA FLOIUD.E. (P. 677.) 



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299. Gambusia affinis; male. (P. 680.) 
299fl. Gambusia affinis; female. (P. 680.) 

300. Anableps do VII. (P. (iS.").) 



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?Ao" ^0<^'^^^ ATRIPINNIS. (P. 685.) 
ono ^ETEKANDKIA FORMOSA. (P. 687.) 

6V6. Pa-:ciLiA PRESiDioNis; female. (P. 697 ) 



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304. XiPHOPHOKUS HELLERI. (P. 701 ) 

QAp" Chologasteii cornutus. (P. 703 ) 

Q - i^'P""CHTH\S SUBTERRAXEUS. (P. 704 ) 

•Wi. Amblyopsis spel.eus. (P 706 ) 



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308. Tylosukus raphidoma. (P. 715.) 

309. Tylosurus acus. (P. 716.) 

310. Chriodori's atherinoides. (P. 719.) 

311. Hyporhamphus unifasciatus. (P. 720.) 



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312. Hyporhamphus roberti. (P. 721.) 

313. Hemiramphu.s brasiliensis. (P. 722.) 

314. SCOMBRESOX SAURUS. (P. 725.) 

315. FODIATOR ACUTUS. (P. 728.) 



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317. ExoNArxES rondeletii. (Pp. 733, 2830.) 

318. Exoc(j:tus volitans. (P. 734.) 



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319. Cypsilurus CALiFORNicus. (Pp. 740, 2830. ) 

320. Gasterosteus acileatus. (P. 747.) 

321. Gasterosteus cataphractus. (P. 749.) 




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322. Apeltes quadracus. (P. 752.) 

323. AULOKHYNCHUS FLAVIDUS. (P. 754.) 

324. AULOSTOMUS MACULATUS. (P. 754.) 

325. SiPHOSTOMA STARKSII. (P. 771.) 

326. CORYTIIKOICHTHYS CAYORUM. (P. 2838.) 



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328. Hippocampus zoster.k. (P. 778.) 

329. Pehcoivsis guttatus. (P. 784.) 




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330. Columbia transmontana. (P. 784.) 

331. Aphredodeuus sayanus. (P, 786.) 

332. Athekina stipes. (P. 790.) 



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333. Atherina AK.EA. (P. 790.) 

334. Chirostoma himboldtianujM. (P. 703.) 
S'Sa. EsLOP.SARUM JOHDANI. (Pp. 793, 2840.) 



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336. KiRTLANDIA VAGRAN8. (P. 794.) 

337. Menidia I'ENInsul.e. (P. 797.) 

338. Menidia gracilis beryllina. (P. 797.) 



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339. EUKYSTOLE EHIARCHA. (P. 803.) 

340. Thyrina evermanxi. (P. 804.) 

341. Athekixopsis califorj^iensis. (P. 806.) 



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343. MUGIL CEPHALUS. (P. 811.) 

344. MUGIL CUREMA. (P. 813.) 



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346. Ch.knomugil rRonosciDEUS. (P. 816.) 

347. Agonostomus monticola. (P. 819.) 



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349. Sphyr.ena barracuda. (Pp. 823, 2841.) 

rfoU. POLYDACTYLUS OCTONEMUS. (P. 830 ) 



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352. Bathyclupea argentea. (P. 835.) 

353. Stepiianoberyx mon^. (P. 836.) 



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355. Plectuomus suhohhitalis. (P. 841.) 

356. Plecthomus crassiceps. (P. 843.) 



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358. HOI.OCENTRUS ASCENSIONIS. (P. 848.) 

359. Flammeo iMARiANus. (Pp. 852, 2871.) 



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360. MULLL'S AURATUS. (P. 856.) 

361. MULLOIDES RATHBUNI. (P, 857.) 

362. Upeneus macui.atus. (P. 858.) 



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363. Scomber scombrus. (P. 865.) 

364. Scomber colias. (P. 866.) 

365. AUXIS THAZARD. (P. 867.) 



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367. Germo alall-nga. (P. 871.) 

368. 8COMIJEHOMOHUS MACTLATUS. (V . 874.) 



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369. SCOMBEROMORUS REGALIS. (P. 875.) 

370. EscoLAR viOLACEus. (Pp. 878, 2843.) 

371. Epinnula imagistralis. (P. 880.) 



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373. Lri'idopus CArDATUs. (P. 886.) 

374. Bexthodk-Smis ati.anticis. (P. 887.) 



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375. Trichiurus lepturus. (P. 889.) 

376. ISTIOPHORUS NIGRICANS. (P. 891.) 



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377. Nkmatistius pectoralis. (P. 895.) 
37«. Oligoplites saurus. (P. 898. ) 



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380. Seriola dorsalis. (P. 902.) 

381. Seriola zonata. (P. 902.) 



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382. Seriola lalandi. (P. 903.) 

383. DeCAI'TEKUS iMACAHELLUS. (P. 909.) 

384. T«ACHruus trachurus. (P. 910.) 



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386. Hemicaraxx amhlykhvncuus. (P. 912 ) 

387. Caranx hippos. (P. 920.) 



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389. Cahanx i.ATis. (P. 923.) 



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390. Caranx medusicola. (P. 924 ) 

391. Hynnis hopkinsi. (P. 933.) 



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392. VOMKH SETU'IXXIS. (P. 934.) 

393. Sei.kne VOMKH ; young. (!'. 9;^6.) 



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393a. Selene vomer; adult. (P. 936.) 

394. Chloroscombrus chrysurus. (P. 938.) 



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398. Trachinotus carolinus. (P. 944.) 



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400. POMATOMIS SALTATRIX. (l\ 946.) 

401. Rachycentron canadus. (P. 948.) 



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402. CORYI'H.ENA HIPPUKUS. (P. 952.) 

403. Centrolophus nigeu. (P, 963.) 



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406. ICICHTHY8 LOCKINGTONI. (P, 969.) 

407. SCHEDOPHILUS MEDUSOPHAGUS. (P. 970.) 

408. AOROTUS WILLOUGHBYI. (P. 973.) 



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409. Zaprora silenus. (P. 2850.) 

410. GRAMMICOLKPIS BRACHIUSCULrS. (P. 974.) 

411. Tetragonurus cuvieri. (P. 97G.y 



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414 




412. Pempheris mulleri, (P. 978.) 

413. Pempheris poeyi. (P. 979.) 

414. Elassoma evergladei. (P. 982.) 



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415. POMOXIS ANNULARIS. (P. 987.) 

416. POMOXIS SPAKOIDES. (P. 987.) 



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417. Centrarchus macropterus. (P. 988.) 

418. ACANTHARCHUS POMOTIS. (P. 989.) 



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419. Ambloplites rupestris. (P. 990.) 
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420. Archopmtes interkuptus. (P. 991.) 

421. Ch^nobryttus oulosus. (P. 992.) 



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4^cJ. Mesogonistius CH.ETODON. (P. 995.) 



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424. Apomotis symmetricus. (P. 998.) 

425. Lei'omis acritus. (P. 1001.) 

425o. Skull of Lepomis aukitus. (P. 1001.) 



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426. LkPOMIS MEGAI.OTIS. (P. 1002.) 

427. Lepomis pallidus. (P. 1005.) 



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428. EUPOMOTIS EURYORUS. (P. 1008.) 

429. EUPOMOTIS GIBBOSUS. (P. 1009.) 



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430. MlCROPTERUS DOLOMlEt'. (P. 1011.) 

430a. VERTEBKJi OF MlCROPTERL'S BOLOMIEU. (P. 1011.) 



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431. MiCKOPTERUS SALMOIOES. (P. 1012.) 

432. Skull of Kuhlia kupestris. 



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433. Stizostedion vitreum. (P. 1021.) 
io^^o^"^"' ^^ Stizostedion vitreum. (P. 1021 ) 

4d4. bTIZOSTEDION CANADENSE. (P. 1022.) 



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435. Pekca flavescens. (P. 1023.) 

436. Percina caprodks. (P. 1026.) 

436a. Skull of Percina caprodes. (P. 1026.) 



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437. Hadropterus macrocephalus. (F. 1031.) 

438. Hadropterus aspro. (P. 1032.) 



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439. Hadhopteruj? guntheri. (P. 1033.) 

440. Hadropterus kvides. (P. 1086.) 

441. HADROPTERrs SCIEUUS. (P. 1037.) 



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442. Hypohomus aukantiacus. (P. 1040.) 

443. Hypoho.mus spilotus. (P. 1043.) 

444. COTTOGASTElt SHUMAHDI. (P. 1046.) 



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445. COTTOGASTER CHF.NEYI. (P. 2851.) 

446. Ulocentra gilheuti. (P. 1049.) 

447. Ulocentra meadi.e. (P. 2852.) 



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448. Ulocentra simotera. (P. 1051.) 

449. DiPLESION BLENNIOIDES. (P. 1053.) 

450. BOLEOSOMA NIGRUM, (P. 1056.) 



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451. BOLROSOMA NIGRUM OLMSTmi. (P. 1057 ) 

452. BOLEOSOMA CAMflHUM. (P. 1060.) 

453. Crystallaria asi'kella. (P. 1061.) 



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454. Ammocrypta pellucida clara. (P. 1063.) 

455. Ammocrypta beanii. (P. 1064.) 

456. Etheostoma camurum. (P. 1076.) 



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457. Etheo.stoma cinkreum. (P. 1078. 

458. Etheostoma jokdani. (P. 1079.) 

459. Etheostoma pottsii. (P. 1082.) 



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460. Etheostoma iow.e. (P. 1083.) 

461. Etheostoma jessi.e. (P. 1084.) 

462. Etheostoma lepidogenys. (P. 1087.) 



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463. Etheostoma obeyensk. (P. 109'? ) 

464. Etheosto.ma pagei. (P. 1092 ) 
46.5. Etheosto.ma virgatum. (P. io93 ) 



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4b«. COPELANDELLUS QUIESCENS, (P. 1100 ) 



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470. Ml( ROPKKOA KONTICOLA. (P. 1104.) 

471. Apogon kktro.sklla. (P. 1108.) 



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472. Apogon pigmentakius. (P. 1109.) 

473. Apogonicuthys alutus. (P. 1110.) 



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476 



474. CHEII.ODIPTERUS AFKINIS. (P. 1113.) 

475. Hypoclndonia bklla. (P. 1115.) 

476. Centropomus undecimalis. (P, 1118.) 



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477. ROCCUS CHRYSOPS. (P. 1132.) 

478. RoCCUS LINEATUS. (P. 1132.) 



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479. Moron F, aaiehicana. (P. 1134.) 

480, 480fl. Skull ov Polyphiox americanus. (P. 1139.) 



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481. BODIANUS FULVUS PUNCTATUS. (P. 1146.) 

482. Epinephelus adscensionis. (P. 1152.) 



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483. EPlNEPHEUTg STRIATrS. (P. 1157.) 

484. Epinephelus drummond-hayi. (P. 1159.) 



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485. Epinephelus morio. (P. 1160.) 

486. Garrupa nigkita, (P. 1161.) 



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488. Alphestes afer. (P. 1164.) 

488a. Skull of Alphestes afer. (P. 1164 ) 

489. Dkrmatolepis zanclus. (P. 2854.) 



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491 




493 



490. Mycteroperca boulengeri. (P. 1171.) 

491. Mycteroperca venenosa. (P. 1172.) 

492. Skull of Mycteroperca bonaci. (P. 1174.) 



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493. MyCTKROPERCA JOHDANI. (P. 1176.) 

494. Myctekoi'ekca aiicr()lp:pis. (P. 1177.) 

495. Myoteboperca falcata phenax. (P. 1185.) 



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496. Hypoplbctrus unicoloh nigricans. (P. 1193 ) 

497. Hypoplectrus gemma. (P. 1193.) 



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499. Pauai.ahrax Hr>iERALis. (P. 1196.) 

500. Ckntropkistks striatus. (P. 1199.) 



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501. CeNTKOPHLSTES PIIILADELPHICrS. (P, 1201.) 

502. DiPLECTRUM FORMOSUM. (P. 1207.) 

503. Prionodes iulleki. (P. 1213.) 



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504. Paranthias firciker. (P. 1221 ) 
50o. Hemiantiiias vivanus (p. 1223.) 
oOb. Pkonotogra.mml's multifasciatis. (P 1226 ) 



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508 



507. Anthias asperiljnguis. (P. 1227.) 

508. GraiMma loreto. (P. 1229.) 



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510 



509. Rypticus bistrispinus. (P. 1233.) 

510. LOUOTES SURINAMENSIS. (P. 1235.) 



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511. Priacanthus arexatus. (P. 1237.) 

512. PSEUDOPRIACANTHTS ALTUS. (P. 12! 



(P. 1239.) 



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513 







513. HOPLOPAGRUS GUNTHERI. (P. 1244.) 

514. EVOPLITES VIRIDIS, (P. 1246.) 



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515. Neom.icnis apodus. (P. 1258.) 

516. Neom.knis ava. (P. 1264.) 



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517. Neom.enis analis. (P. 1265.) 

518. Neom^nis synagris. (P. 1270.) 



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520 






519. Rahirubia ineumi.s. (P. 1274.) 

520. OCYURUS CIIRYSURUS. (T. 1275.) 



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521. Rhomboplites aurorubens. (P. 1277.) 

522. Apsilus dentatus. (P. 1278.) 



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523. Apkion machophthalmus. (P. 1280.) 

524. Etelis oculatus. (F. 1282.^ 



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525. Verilus sordidus. (P. 1284.) 

526. Xenocys jESSiJi. (P. 1285.) 



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527. Xenichthys agassizii. (P. 1287.) 

528. H.KMULON ALBUM. (P. 1295.) 



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529. H.EMULON MACnOSTOMUM. (P. 1296.) 

530. HiEMULON PAKRA. (P. 1297.) 



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531, H^MULON SCIURTJS. (P. 1303.) 

532. H^MULON PLUMIERI. (P. 1304. 



(P. 1304.) 



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533. Brachygenys chrysargyreus. (P. 1307.) 

534. Bathystoma rimator. (P. 1308.) 



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535. Bathystoma attrolineatum. (P. 1310 ) 

536. Lythkulox opalescens. (P. 1312.) 



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537. Anisotremus surinAmensis. (P 1318 ) 

538. Anisotremus uilineatus. (P. 1319 ) 



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539. Anisotrp:mus virginicus. (P. 1322.) 

540. Orthopristis reddingi. (P. 1336.) 



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541. Orthopkistis curysopterus. (P. 1338.) 

542. MiCROLKl'IDOTUS IXORXATIS. (P. 1341.) 



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543. Otrynter capkinus. (P. 1345.) 

544. Stenotomt's chrysops. (P. 1346.) 



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545. Stknotomus aculeatus. (P. 1346.) 

546. Calamcs calamus. (P. 1349.) 



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547. Calamus phoridens. (P. 1350.) 

548. Calamus ba.jonai)o. (P. 1352.) 



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549. Calamus penna. (P. 1354.) 

550. Calamus arctifrons. (P. 1355.) 



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551. Pagrls pagrus. (P. 1356.) 

552. Lagodon ruomboides. (P. 1358.) 



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553. Archosargus unimaculatus, (P. 1359.) 

554. Al.'CHOSARGUS I'ROUATOCEPUALUS. (P. 13( 



(P. 1361.) 



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555rt. DllT.ODU.S IlOLUHOOKIi; yoiiiii;-. iV. i;?(J2.) 



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55G. Xystema cixkkeum. (P. 1372.) 
557. Gekres olisthostomus. (P. 1376.) 



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5r),s. Hek.mosii.la azui;ea. (P. 1383.) 
5r.'i. Kvi-iiosrs sectatkix. (P. 1887.) 



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562 



5(50. Medialuna califouxiensis. (p. 1391.) 

561. Cynoscion nothus. (P. 1406.) 

562. C\NOSCION UEGALIS. (P. 1407.) 



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564 







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563. Cynoscion neuulosus. (P. 1400.) 

564. SAliKNICHTIIYS AXrVLODON. (P. 1416. 

565. LaRIMUS AKtiKXTEUtS. (P. 1421.) 



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567 



566. Bairdiklla chrysura. (P. 1433.) 

567. SCIzENOPS OCELLATUS. (P. 1453.) 



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568. RONCADOK STEAISNSI. (P. 1457.) 

569. Leiostoml's xanthurus. (P. 1458.) 



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570. MiCKOPOGON UNDULATUS. (P. U61.) 

571. Umbrina sinalo^. (P. 1468.) 



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572. Mentuirhiius amkricani's. (P. 1474.) 

573. PoiiONiAs ciiRoMis. (P. 1482.) 



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574. Aplodinotus giuinnikns. (P. 1484 ) 

57.). i,QUES LANCEOLATUS. (P. 1489.) 



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577 



576. ClKRIIITES RIVILATUS. (P. 1491.) 

577. Hystekocarpus traski. (P. 1496.) 



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578. Abeona .MiN-niA. (P. 1497.) 

K7q" ^y'^'^'^**<^"ASTEU AGGKEGATUS. (P. 1498.) 

579a. Cymatog ASTER aggregatus; female. (P. 1498.) 



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580. Rrachyistius frknatus. (P. 1409.) 

581. Zalkmbics kosaceus. (P. 1500.) 



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582. Hyi'ochitichthys anams. (P. 1500.) 

583. PlIANEHODON 1 TROATUS. (P. 1506.) 



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584. Rhacocuilus toxotes. (P. 1507.) 

585. Hyi'Si Rus CARVi. (P. 1508.) 



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586. Damauchtiiys ar<;yrosomus. (P. 1509 ) 

58/. ClCHLASOMA HARTONI. (P. 1515.) '' 



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588. AZURINA HIRINDO. (P. 1544.) 

589. EUPOMACENTRUS FLAVILATUS. (P. 1557.) 



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590. Abidrfdik saxath.is. (P. 1561.) 

591. HYrsYi'oi's Kruii indivs. (p. 15(54.) 



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592. MiCROSPATHODON BAIKDII. (P. 1566.) 

593. MICHOSI'ATIIODON CIIKY.SURUS. (P. 1567.) 



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595. Tautocolabris adsi'Eksi-s. (P. 1577.) 



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597. Lachnolaimts maximus. (1*. 1579.) 



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5i'8. PiMKLOMETOI'ON I'lLCHEK. (P. 15X5.) 

599. Clepticus I'AKK.k. (!'. 1586.) 



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600. Iridic radiatus. (P. 1590.) 

601, Iridio uivittatus. (P. 1595.) 



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002. Tkidio Disi'iMTS. (P. 1597.) 
t)03. Emmkkkia venusta. (P. Iti02.) 



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604. Chi.oruiithys (iUA.M.^iATicrs. (P. IHIO.) 

605. NOVACri.UHTHYS VKNTHALIS. (P. 1615.) 

606. NovACiLiruTHYs infirm is. (P. 1616.) 



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607. Xyrichtiiys i-sittaci'S. (P. 1618.) 

608. CUYl'TOTOML'tl HKRYLLlXrs. (P. 162.3.) 



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C09o 




609, GOHa. Calotomus xexodox. (P. 162fi. ) 

tJlO. Sl'AHLSOMA AUKOI'RENAIU.M. (!'. 1G34. ) 



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613 



611. Sparisoma iioi'lomystax. (P. 1632 ) 

612. ScARUs cfZAMiL.i:. (P, 1648.) 

613. Jaws ov Scarls c.eruleus. (P. 1652.) 



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615a 





616 



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<514. SCARUS KMHLKMATICl'S. (P. 1654.) 

(515, 615«. LOWKK AM) UI'PKR PIlAUYNiiEAI, BONES Ol' SCARrS STKOVC.Yr.OCEPHALt'S. 

()16, G16a. LowEU anu lim'EK ph \uyx(;eai- honks ov Spakisoma crktknsk. 



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617. PSEI'DOSCAKIS GUACAMAIA. (P. 1657.) 

618. Zenopsis ocellatus. (P. 16(i0.) 



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620. Cii.ETonox Nir.iUROSTRis. (P, 1673.) 



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621. Oh/Ktodox ocEi.r.ATrs. (P. 1674.) 



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622. Ch.ktodon CAi'i.sTKATrs. (P. KiTT.) 



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623. POMACANTHUS AKCUATl'S. (P. 1679.) 



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624. POMACANTIirS ZOXII'KCTrs; YOTNC. (I*. 16S1.) 



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625. HOI.ACANTHUS TKICOI.OR. (P. Ifi84.) 



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6i'6, G26«. An(;k.j.1( iiTHYs cii.iAins. (P. 16S4.) 



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627. Zanclus coknutus. (P. 1687.) 



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628. Tiu'Tiiis CKKSTo.Nis. (P. 16J»2.) 

629. TeL'TIIIS BAIII.\NM'S. (P. 1693.) 



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630. Tail ok TKriiiis hahianus. (P. 1693.) 

631. Xesuri'S I'UNcTATrs. (P. 1694.) 



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632. Haustes cauomxknsis. (P. 1701.) 
63o. Cantherinks cauol.i:. (P. 1713.) 



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635. MOXOCANTHUS IIISPIDUS. (P. 1715.) 



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636. Alutera scHtKPi'ji. (T. 1718.) 

637. Alutkra scripta. (P. 1719.^ 



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638. Lactopmhys triqi'ktkr. (P. 1722.) 

639. Lactoi'ukys tkicoknis. (1'. 1724.) 



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640, «J4(ia, ti40/). LACToi-iiins lui audalis. (P. 1723.) 



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M4. hr'IIKK„,i,Ks SPKNGLKRI. (P. 173~> ) 
64.). !SPHKIU)i„Ks MACULA-ITS. (P 17SS ) 



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649 






648. DioooN HYSTRix. (P. 1745.) 

6-19. Chilomycteku.s sch(i:pfi. (T. 1748.) 



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650. Lyospii.kka <ii.oBosA. (I>. 1751 ) 

651. MoLA M01.A. (P. 1753. ''" ^ " '^^- 



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653. Sebastks si akin is. (P. 1760.) 



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654. Skbastolobis ai.tiveus. (P. 1763 ) 
(>5o. Sehastodes melanops. (P, 1782 ^ 



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fi5(i. Skuastopks cii.iatus. (P. 17S.S.) 
657. Seua.stodks mystinus. (P. 1784.) 



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658. Sebastodes liRENisriNis. (P. ngj ) 
boy. Sebastodes eigenmanni. (P. 1789.) 



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660. .*>EUASTODEf^ UOl'KIN.sl, {V . 1789.) 

661. SE1JASTODE8 ALUTL'S. (P. 1790.) 



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bbrf. feEHASTODES RIIMATL'S. (1'. 1794.) 



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664. Skrastodks cairinus. (P. 1820 ) 

665. Skuastddf.s maligkr, (P. 1822.) 



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6(iti. 8e!?ast(>I)Ks (;iM5Kini. (I*. 1823.) 

6G7. fcJEISA.STODKtS SKKRICKI'S. (P. 1827.) 



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6H8. Skbastodks nmorocinctcs. (P. 1827.) 

66y. SCORP.KNA CUISTUI.ATA. (P. 1841.) 



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670. 8c()up.i:na ukasii.iknsis. (P. 1842.) 

671. SCORP.KXA MYSTKS. (P. 1849.) 



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672. SCORP.KNA r.RANDICOUNIS. (P. I80O. ) 

673. PONTINUS MACKOLEPIS. (P. 1855.) 



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074. SkTARCHES I'ARMATl'S, (P. 1860.) 
(57r>. AXOI'I.Ol'OMA I'IMHKIA. (P. 18»>2.) 
tiTC). I'l.KrKlXiKA.MML'S MOXOI'TKRYCUS. (P. 18t>J.) 



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G77, G77a. HK\A<iK.\:MM()s okcacuammis. (T. 1867.) 

678. IlEXAdHAMMOS Ot KXiUAMM IS. (P. 1869.) 



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680 







681 



679. Hexagrammos stellkri. (P. 1871.) 

680. Hexagrammo.'^ sitkhciliosis. (P. 1872.) 

681. Hexagram.mos otakii. (P. 1867.) 



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682. Oi'iiiDiox KLoXiiATis. ( T. 1875.) 

683. OXYLEBIl'S PUTIS. (P. 1878 ) 

684. JORHANIA ZONOI'K. (P. 1884.) 



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085. AUII>KA TIIOIURN'I. (P 1887 ) 

b8<. ClliroNOTUS PUGKTKNSIS, (P. 1890.) V ' • i*^-'- ) 



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689a 



(588. ICKI-IM'S HOKKAI.IS. (!'. 189ti.) 

68Jt. ASTROI.YTKS xorosiMLoTis. (P. 189U.) 

689«. ASTRt)LYTEs NuTOf^HiLOTis; youug ? (P. 1899.) 



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690. Artediei.lu.'^ atlanticus. (P. 1906.) 

691. RrscAHius mkanyi. (P. 1908.) 



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6!L'. R.A.'^TRiNrs scrTiGKK. (T. 1909.) 

698. Uki.us sriMCKJj. (P. 1914.) 

694. ICKLIS CANAI.ICII-ATUS. (!'. 1917.) 



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695. Radulinus hoi.eoidks. (P 1919 ) 

696. Radulinus asprellls. (p." ig^b') 

697. IRIGLOPS PINGELI. (P. 19'?3 ) 



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698. Tkk.lops ufaxi. (P. 1924.) 

699. Trigi.ops scki'TIci's. (P. 1925.) 

700. 700((. Stkrmas xe.\(>stktih;s. (P. 1927.) 



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703 



701. rmoNisTirs MACKi.LUs. (r. 1928.) 
701'. Kl.vni'Ra kokkicata. (P. 1930.) 
703. MEI.LETE.S I'AI'II.IO. (P. 1932.) 



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704 





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7056 



™f- HK^«ILEI'II>«)TrS JOKDANI. (P. 1934 ) 

70o, lOoa, ,0oh. Hemilepidotus hemilkpidotcs 



IDOTL'S. (p. 1935.) 



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706. Enoimikys uisox. (P. 1938.) 

707. Cekatocotti's dickraus. (P. li)40.) 



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70S. Corn's icvkkmanni. (P. 1945.) 
709. COTTL'S I'lNcnLATis. (P. 1948.) 



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710. COTTU.S I'KKPLKXrS. (p. la'in.) 

711. CoTTl'.s KI.AMA IIIKXSIS. (]'. 1955.) 

712. COTTUS ALEiiicrs. (P. 15157.) 



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713. Corn's i.kioi-omi-s. (P. 19(i2.) 

714. COTTUS I'HINCEPS. (P. i;»»;2. ) 

715. Ukanidea tenuis. (P. 1966.) 



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716 




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716, 716rt. Myoxocepiialus .ENEUS. (P. 1972.) 

717. Myoxockpiialus scorpius. (P. 1974.) 



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720 



lln' ^f"*'<^^OC-KI'HALlS OCTODKriM.spiXOSL'S. (1' 197G ) 

71J. Myoxockphahs polyacaxtikxephalus. (P. i976/ 
120. Myoxockphali's jaok. ;^P. lUTT.) 



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721a 




721, T'ila. Myoxocephai.us verrucosts. (P. 1979.) 

722. MvoxocEruALLs axillaris;. (P. 1980.) 



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724. M^oxuiEi.HALUs NIGER. (P. 1985.) ^^-^^^l- 



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725 






725a 



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726 



725, 725a. Mecialocottus platycephalus. (P. 1987.) 

726, 72l)a. MKc.ALOcoTrrs laticeps. (P. 198.S.) 



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727. Zestuei.us I'ltoKUNnourM. (P. 1990.) 

7L'8. L)ASY( OTTl'S SETIGER. (P. 19111.) 

729. ONtdCUTTUS CH'ADHICORNIS. (P. 2001.) 



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730a 



7306 







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730, 730rt. 730b. (JYMNocANTnrs i'is.Tii.i.i(iEK. (P. 2006.) 

731. Gy.mnocaxthls uai.e.vtl's. (P. I'OIO.) 



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732. Lkiocottus iiiRr.vno. (P. 2011.) 

733. Li;i'Tc)t'OTTCs akmatl's. (P. 2012.) 

734. OLKiOCOTTLS MACLLOSL'S. (P. 2013.) 



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735. Blennicottl's emisryum. (Pp. 2016, 2864.) 

736. HiSTIOCOTTUS BILOBUS. (P. 2018.) 



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r3~a 




7:i7b 



737, 737«, 737?;. JiLKi-biA.s ciUKUotiLs. (P. 2018. ) 



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738. Hemitkiftkius amp:i{uaxis. d'. i'()i'3. ) 
731». AscKi.K II I iivs i;il((i><)i;r.<. tP. 2(t25.) 



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740. PSYCHROLUTES PARADOXIS. (P. 2026.) 

741. GiLlJEKTIDIA SIGOH'TKS. (P. 2028.) 



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743. OccA noDEiAEOROx. (P. 2044.) 

711. PaLLASINA ItARHATA. ( P. 2049. * 

74."), 74.">M. PouoTUKcu.s ACi iriTEK. U*. 2055.) 



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746. PonoTHECl'S ACIPEXSKKIXT'S. (P. L'CCl.^ 

747. 7I7(/. PdDOTHKCtS VKTEHNIS. (!'. 20lJ3. ) 

74S, 7ls«. SiKMiis ^•ULsl•s. (P. 2()ti7.) 

749, 74!»a. AvKKKiNrrs kmmelaxe. (V. 206.9.) 



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T'll. Sahhitoh KRENATrS. (P. 2073.) 

752. 752rt. XY8TES AXixoPiiRYS. (P. 2076.) 



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753. BATiiYAiioNUS ^MOKII■l^■N^s. (P. 2078.) 

754, 754a. Xenochikus TKiACANTFiUS. (P. 2()84.) 



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755a 



7556 





756o 



75r>, 755«, 755fe. Asi'Idoi'IIOROIDks (JUNthkri. (P. 2090.) 
756, 75t)a. Aspidoimioroides monopterygius. (P. 2091.) 



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757. Cyclopteri'S lumpus. (P. 2096.) 

758. Lkthotre.ml'.s .muticus. (P. 2101.) 



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759. Letiiotremus vinolentus. (P. 2101.) 

760, 760rt. Neolipauis cALLYODox. (r, 2110.) 



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763, 763a. Neomi-akis orkeni. (P. 2112.) 

764, 764 ff. Lii'ARis CYCLOPUS. (P. 2118.) 



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766 




766a 



765. LiPARis AGASSizii. (P. 2121.) 

766, 766a. Lipaki.s dexnyi. (P. 2124.) 



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768 



767. Bathyphasma ovigerum. (P. 2128.) 

768. Prionotus cakolinus. (P. 2156.) 



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769. Prionotus scitulus. (P. 2157.) 

770. Prionotus alati's. (P. 2159.) 



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771. Prionotus steaknsi. (p. 2166.) 

772. Prionotus evolaxs. (P. 2168.) 



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773. liEI.LATOH EdRKTTA. (P. 2l7i.) 

774. Fkkistkdiox :viiM.\Ti'>r. (P. 2178.) 

775. Pkkisikdion j.oNci.spATur.M. (P. 2178.) 



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776, Peristedion oracii.e. (P. 2179. ) 

777, 777fl. Peristediox i'latycepiiai-I'm. (P. 2180.') 



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778. CEIMlALACANTIirS Vol.ITANS. .(P. 2183.) 

779. Callionymus agassizii. (P. 21 8G.) 

780. IO(iLos.sus cai.luuus. (P. 2193.) 



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781. Philypnus dormitor. (P. 2194.) 

782. DORMITATOR MACULATUS. (P. 2196.) 



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783. Li.KOTKis Pisoxis. (P. iwoo ) 

'84. ALEXUia-S AKMUJKH. (V. T^i 
78;.. l.H„TKMs SAIAI.-Aui.rs (\~ ^^ 



2203. ) 
I'. 2204.) 



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786. LOI'IIOGOBIUS CYPRINOIDES. (F. 2209 ) 

787. Gomus stig.maticus. (P. 2224:.) "' 

788. Gouius UASTATUS. (P. 22*29?) 



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789 789n. Goiurs ockaxicis. (1'. 22S0.) 

790 Gakmanxia i-akadoxa. (I*. 22:W.) 



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791. Bor.LM.wxiA ciilamydrs. (P. 2238.) 

792. Abo.ma ktiikostoma. (P. 2240.) 

793. Clkvki.andia lu.s. (P. 2254.) 



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794. EVEHMANNIA ZOSTERURA. (P. 2256.) 

795. TVPIILOGOBIUS CAl.IFOUNIENSIS. (V. 2262,1 

796. ECHENEIS NAUCRATES. (P. 2269.) 



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797,797a. Remoka huachyptkra. (P. 2272.) 

798. RH()MH(HllIHf.S OSTEOCHIH. (P. 2273.) 

799. Cai:lolatilus micuops. (P. 2277.) 



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800,800a. OpisTHOGNATiirs macrognathum. (P. 2281.) 
801. GNATHYI'OPS MAXILI.OSA. (P. 2284.) 



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802. B.VTIIYMASTER SIONATUS. (P. 2288.) 

803. HoNiiUii.rs .lOHDAXi. (P. 2289.) 

804. ClUAS.MODON NIGER. (P. 2291.) 



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805. HvPvSiroMETK.s oomoiDKs. (P. 2294.) 

806. Triciiodon trtciiodox. (P. 220.^.) 

807. AUCTOSCOl'US JAI'DNKIS. (P. 2297.) 



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809o 



808. AsTKO.-^coi'is Y-(iK.i;cLM. (P. 2307.) 

809, 809a. Katiiktostoma aluigutta. (P. 2312.) 



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810 






810. OrsANOS i-ARois, (P. 2316.) 

811. rOHKIITllYS I'OROSISSIMl'S. {T. 2319.) 

812. C'AULARCmS M.KAXDRICUS. (P. 2328.) 

813. Ki.MicoLA Mrsc'ARiM. (P. 2338.) 



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814. Ennk.vnkctks cakminalis. (1*. 2350.) 

815. (ilUBdN.SIA KLECiAXS EVIDES. (P. 2352.) 

8H>. >,'EOrLiNUs SATiKici's. (P. 2355.) 



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817. Cryptotkkma cohai.i.ixim. (P. L'3()6.) 

818. E.XERl'KS A.-<I'KR. (P. 2367.) 

819. Alciienoi'Tekls xox. (P. 2373.) 



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820. nLKN'Mr.-* FAVosrs. (T. 238l).) 

821. Ulk\nu-.s cKisTATiTS, (p. 2382.) 

822. HyI'.soHI.KXNILS lUNTIlAS. (P. 2388.) 



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X'2'A. HYi-siim KNxii s in.NT/. (!'. I.'8!t0. » 

824. C'llASMoDKs sABtl{i;.K. (P. l.',S92.) 

825. Rl I'ISIAKTKS ATI.AXTKIS. (1\ 2.S97.) 



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827 



826. Embi.kmakia atl.vntica. (P. 2402,) 

827. Statu.monotls }iemi'Ihlui. (P. 2407.; 



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828. Hryo.stk.ma polyactockphahm. (1*. 2408. i 

82!l. liinO.^iTKMA NTC-.ATOI?. (T. 2410J 

8S0. AroDiciiTiivs ii.ax ii>is. il'. 2111.* 



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831. PnOLIS nOMCHOGASTER. (P. 2416.) 

832. PHOLIS GINNELLUS. (1*. 2419.) 

833. PhOLIS ORNAT18. (P. 2419.) 



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834. ASTKKNOPTKRYX GINNKLIIKOKMIS. (F. 2420.) 

835. Axoi'LAiu'iirs atkoi-ukimheus. (P. 2422.) 

836. XiiMUSTES ULV.K. (P. 2423.) 



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837. XiiMiisTKS ciiiRis. (P. 24L'4.) 

838. Xii'niniox Hri'K.>^TRK. (P. 2426.) 

839. lAT.Mi'Kxrs M.vcK.vYi. (P. 2436.) 

840. LUMI'KNUS LAMI'ETR/EFORMIS. (P. 2438.) 



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843 



841. Stich.kts PUXCTATrs. (P. 2439.) 

842. Ulvaria siBiuFrRCATA. (P. 2440.) 

843. Cryptacantiiodes maculatus. (P. 2443.) 



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844. I.Yt'ONECTES AI.EUTKNSIS. (P. 2444.) 

845. Anakiiiciias i.atikkons. (P. 244(3.) 



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846. AXARHICHAS M-PUS. (P. 2446.) 

847. Anarhichas leptiris. (1\2447.) 

848. Ptilichthys goodei. (P. 2452.) 



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851 



819, 849a, 8496. Scytalina cekdai.e. (P. 2454.) 

850. ZOARCES ANUUILLAUIS. (P. 2457.) 

851. Embryx crotaunus. (P. 2458.) 



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852. Aprodon cortkzianus. (P. 2461.) 

853. Lycooks zoAKCHis. (P. 2464.) 

854. Lycodes RETicrLATUS. (P. 2465.) 



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857 







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855. LYC0I>ES PKKSIMCILU'M. (P. 2465.) 

85l>. Lycodes FKicinrs. (P. 2465. ) 

857. Lycod.vi.ki'Is i-olaris. (P. 2468.) 

858. LYC ODAI.KPIS TLKNKKI. (P. 2468.) 



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860 







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8606 



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859. Lycenciiklys verrillii. (P. 2470.) 

860. 8G0«, 860b. 860c, 860d. Lycenchelys pamlhs. (1 . -4<l.) 

861. FURCIMANUS DIAPTERUS. (P. 2472.) 



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8646 



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862. LYCODONUS M1RABII.I8. (P. 2474.) 

863. LYCONKMA HARBATIM. (P. 24/4.) ^„ .,,__ - 

864. 864a, 864/», 864r. Gymnki.is vnunis (i . 24n.) 

865. Melanostigma pammelas. (P. J4(J.) 



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Wfi. T.Kr<>rninn>r MARMoi;ATi>r. (P, 2482.) 
807. LKi'di'HiDiiM iRoi txiKiinM. (P. 2484.) 

8G8. KlfJhOLA .MAIJGINAIA. (^P. 2489.) 



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870 




871 



8f)9. Otophidium o.mo.sti<;ml-.m. (P. 2l!»0.) 

870. LYCOUAPrS DEKMATIXrS. (1*. 2192.) 

871. BUOTLL.\ IJAKHAT.X. ^1'. 251)0.) 



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872. 0(ili.HiA \KXTl{Al,l.'^. (T. L'503.j 

87:^. OGILHIA (AYOKl'M. (^P. L'oOS.) 

874. DiciiOMiTA A(;A.>iSizii. (,P. 2r)lUi.) 



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876 




8T6fi 



875. BASSO/.KTrS N<MiMALIS. (P. 2507.) 

87G, 876rt. Bassozktus catkna. (!'. '-'.)09.) 



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877 




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877. NEOI5YTIIITES GII.I.II. (P. 2512.) 

878. Nkohythitks MAiu;iN.\'ns. (P. 2.>13.) 

879. B.\ss«)GiG.\s c;iLMi. (T. 2.M5.) 

880. BAHATllRODEMrs MANATINVS. (LL-ll^.) 



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882 




881. PoRociADUs mii.es. (P. 2520.) 

882. DlCHOLKNK INTRONKIRA. (P. 2522.) 

883. BARATHHONrs mcOLOR. (P. 2524.) 



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884. Merh'ccius PRODL'cxrs. (P. 2531.) 

885. BOKOOADLS .SAIDA. (P. 2533.) 

886. Poi.LACiiius viHENs. (P. 2.534. ) 



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887. TlIKRAGRA (HAr-COliRAMMA. (P. L'535.) 

888. KLK(iiNUs navai;a. (T. 2537.) 

889. Mui{OGAi)i-.s I'HoxiMUS. (P. 2539.) 

890. MlCKOGADlS TOMCOI). (P. 2540.) 



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891. Gadi's roLi.ARiAs. (P. 2541.) 

892. MKi.AXotiP.AMMis .i.«a.KKiN-rs. (P, 2.^42.) 

892«. MK.LANOCRAM.Mrs .Klil.KIIXfS: SKII.I.. (P. 2.")12. > 



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894 



893, 893a. Antimoua mola. (P. 2r)44.) 

894. Ukalei'TUs malardi. (P. 2545.) 



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895. LOTELLA MAXILLARIS. (P. 2546.) 

896. Phy.sicl'LI's fui.vus. (P. 2547.) 



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897. Lota maculosa. (P. 2.^50.) 

898. Urophycis kecujs. (P. 2553.) 

899. llKOI'HYtlS CIHRATUS. (P. 25.53.) 



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902 



900. Uroi'hycis eartxi. (P. 2554.) 

901. Uroimiycis tenuis. (P. 2.5.55.) 

902. UuoriiYCis ciirss. (!'. 2555.) 



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908. UROriiYCis CHESTRRI. (P. 2556.) 

904. Lemonem.v itARHATrLrM. (P. 255t?.) 

905. LeMONKMA MELAM'Rl'M. (P. 2557.) 



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907. ENciiKi.Yoris ciMKKiis. (!'. 2500.) 

908. Hatiiy(;ai)US FAVOsus. ^P. 2.565.) 



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909. StEINDACIINEKIA ARGEXTEA. (P. 2rMi8.) 

910. Chalinura SIMULA. (P. 2578.) 

911. CORYPn.ENOIl)E.s CARAPINUS. (P. 2579.) 



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912. Hymknocepiialis cavernosus. (P. 2580.) 

913. CcKi.oRHYxcius occA, (P. 2588.) 

911. C(KI.ORIIYN(_HrS CARMINATrS. (P. 2588.) 



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915. CiKLORHYNClirs rAKIHH.KCS. (P. 2589.) 

916. Regalixis (iLESNK. (P. 2596.) 



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917. Atiiehkstiies stomias. (P. 26(>0.) 

918. HippoGLOssrs iiipi'oglossus. (P. 2611.) 



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922. PARAi.uirriiYS dentatus. (P. 2629.) 



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924. Paraliciithys om.oxtuis. (P. 2632.) 



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92H. rLErRONICHTlIYS DECIRRENS. (P. 2(i37. ) 



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927. Inop.><ktta isc'HYRA. (P. 2641.) 

928. Lepidopsktta iuunkata. (P. 2643.) 



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930. LiMANDA ASl'ERA. (P. 2645.) 



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932. LiMANDA UEAMl. (P. 2646.) 



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934. PlEUKONKCTES yUAURIlUUERCULATUS. (P. 2648.) 



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935. Lioi'SKTTA la.ACiAi.is. (P. 2i;i9.) 

936. LlOPSETTA rUTNAMI. (P. 2650.) 



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938. LOIMIOPSETTA MACl'LATA. (P. 2660.) 

939. PLATOrilKYS OCEM.ATUS. (P. 2663.) 



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941. SYACIUM TAl'ILLOiSlM. (P. 2671.) 



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94a. CiTHARICHTHYS SOKDIDIS (P. 2679.) 



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945. Ethopus kimosus. (P. 2688.) 



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9Ui. Krnoi-is ( iu>ss(>TUS. (1*. 2H8M.) 
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949. Symphi'RUS margixatus. (P. 2706.) 



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951. SYMPHURIS WILUAMSI. (P. 2711.) 

952. Loi'HUS piscatoru's. (T. 2713.) 



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953. CiiAUNAX PicTUS. (1'. 272(>.) 

954. Ceratias holbolli. (P. 2729. 



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955. Mancalias siiukeldti. (P. 2730,) 

956. Cryptopsaras couesii. (P. 2731.) 



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