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HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 




LIBRARY 



MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY 

1 3 fiVa 







MEMOIES 



OF THE 



, I 1. 



MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY 



AT 



HARVARD COLLEGE. 



VOL. XXII. 



(ATLAS.) 



CAMBRIDGE, U.S.A. 
PRINTED FOR THE MUSEUM. 



"•■1896. 



University Press : 
John Wilson and Son. Caiikridge, U. S. A. 






■^\'^ 



CONTENTS. 



REPORTS ON THE RESULTS OF DREDGING, UNDER THE SUPERVISION 
OF ALEXANDER AGASSIZ, IN THE GULF OF MEXICO (1877-78), IN 
THE CARIBBEAN SEA (1878-79), AND ALONG THE ATLANTIC COAST 
OF THE UNITED STATES (1880), by the U.S. Coast Survey Steamer "Blake," 
Lieut.-Com. C. D. Sigsbee, U. S. N., ami Cora. J. R. Bartlett. U. S. N , Commanding. 
Published by Permission of C.\rlile P. Patterson and W. W. Duffield, Superintend- 
ents of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. XXXVI. OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 
A TREATISE ON THE DEEP SEA AND PELAGIC FISHES OF THE 
WORLD, BASED CHIEFLY UPON THE COLLECTIONS MADE BY THE 
STEAMERS " BLAKE," " ALBATROSS," AND " FISHHAWK," IN THE 
NORTHWESTERN ATLANTIC, with an Atlas containing 417 Figures. By 
George Bro\vn Goode and Tarleton H. Bean. Published in Connection with the 
National Museum and the Smithsonian Institution. 

(ATLAS.) 



Memoirs of the i^uscum of Companitibc >^oulogg 

AT HARVARD COLLEGE. 

Vol. XXII. 

(ATLAS.) 

K E P R T S 

ON THE 

R E S U L T S OF D K E D G I N G, 

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF 

ALEXANDER AGASSIZ, 

IN THE GULF OF MEXICO (1877-7S), IX THE CARIBBE.VX SEA (1878-79). AXD 
ALONG THE ATLANTIC COAST OF THE UNITED STATES (1880), 

BY THE 

U. S. COAST SURVEY STEAMER "BLAKE," 

Lieut. Com. C. 1). Sigsbee, U. S. N., .ixD Com. J. R. B.vutlett, U. S. N., Com.manding. 

[I'ublislied Ijy pcnnission of Caklile P. Patterson ami W. W. Duffieu), 
Superiuteiidents of the U. S. Coast aud Geodetic Survey. ] 

XXXVL 

OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 

A TUi:.\TISE OX TlIK UKKP Si:.\ AXD PEL.\(;IC FISHES OF THE WOUl.H. BASED CHIEFLY 

UPON THE COEEECTIOX.S MADE BY THE STEAMERS "BLAKE," "ALBATROSS," 

AXD 'FISHUAWK," IN THE NORTHWESTERN ATLANTIC, 

WITH AX 

ATLAS CONTAINING 417 FIGURES. 

BY 

GEORGE BROWN GOODE AND TARLETON H. BEAN. 



Published in Connection with the National Museum 
and the Smithsonian Institution. 



CAMBRIDGE, U.S.A.: 

Pvtntcti for tljf fHiisntm. 

September, IS'.iG. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Names of genera and species. 



Introduction 

Table of Contknts 

List op the New Genera and SrEtiES with Etymologies . 

List of Plates 

Marsipobrancuii. 
Hyperotreta : 
Myxinidie — 

Myxine, L. — 

M. glutiiiosa, L 

austrulis, Jenyiis 

Htperoartia : 

Petrorayzontida! — 

Petromyzon, Artedi — 

P. marinus, L 

Bathymvzon, Gill — 

B. Bairdii, Gill 

Elasmobranchii. 

Tectospondyli : 

SoymnorhinidfB — 

Scymnorbiniis, Cuv. — 

S. lichia, Bonn 

Somniosns, Le S. — 

S. microcephalns, (Schn.) •. 

rostratus, (Kisso) 

Echinorhinus, Bl. — 

E. spinosus, Gm 

EtmopteridiE — 

Etiiiopterus, Raf. — 

E. spinax, L 

pusilliis, (Lowe) 

granulosus, Gtlir 

Paracentioscylliuni, Ale. — 

P. ornatuni, Ale 

Centrosuvlliuui, M. & H. — 

C. Fabrioii, (Rhdt.) 

granulatuni, Gthr 

Scymnodon, B. & C. — 

S. ringens, B. & C 

Ceutropborus, M. & H. — 

C. uyatus, (Raf.) 

lusitanifus, B. «fcC 

crepidater, li. & C 

equamosns, Ginel 

Duuierilii, (.Johnson) 

calceus, Lowo 

Bquaraulosus. Gthr 

foliaceus, (jthr 

Centroscyninus. B. & C. — 

C. ctelolepis, B. «& C 

oljscnrus, V 

Oxynotus, Raf. — 

O. centrina, (L.) 

ASTEROSroNDYLI ; 
ScylliorhiuiiliE — 

Scylliorhinus, Bl. — 

S. ret i for, Garman 

prolundorum, 6. & B 

hispidus, Ale 

canescens, Gthr 

Galeidse — 

Mustelus — 

M. hinnulne, Bl 

Psendotriacis, Capello — 

r. luicrodon, Capello 

Pristiurus, Bon. — 

P. uiel.i,stiinius. ( l»af.) 

atlauticus, V 



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Names of genera and species. 



ASTEHOSrONDYLI — C'ontiiiucil. 
Alopiidit — 
Alopias — 

A. vulpes, L 

Carchariida! — 
Carcliarias — 

C. glaucus, L 

Cetorliiiiid:p — 

t'etoi'liimis, Bl. — 

C. iiiaxiniUR. rinnner 

OriSTHAUTHIil: 

Clilaniydoselachid.'p — 

Chlamydoselachiis. Garman — 

C. anguiueus, Garuiau 

Raim : 

Kaiidpp — 

£aia. L. — 

K. radiata, Don 

Ackleyi, (iariuan 

Ackleyi, iiriiata, Ganiiaii.. 

phitunia, Gariuau 

circularis, Conch 

eriuacea, Mitobill 

hyperborea, Collctt 

Isevis, Mitchill 

graiiulata, G ill 

batis, L 

fullonica, L 

vomer, Fries 

Tiidrosieusis, Collet t 

mamillideus, Ale 

isotiachys, Gthr 

liiitea, Fries 

Jlossada, Kisso 

seuta 

aleutica 

trachura 

abyssicola 

Trygonidie — 

Urolopbus karanns 

Goodei 

HOLOCKPHAI.I : 

Chimaeridae — 

Chimiera, L. — 

C. monstrosa, L 

atSuis, Capello 

Callorhynchua, (Gronov.) — 

C. antarcticus, (Lac.) , 

Hydrolagns, Gill^ 

H. Colliei, (Bennett) 

Harriotta, G. & B.— 

H. Ealeighana, G. & B 

Malacopterygii : 
Alepocephalids! — 

Alejioeepbalus, Risso^ 

A. rostratus, Risso 

Agassizii, G. &, B 

productus, Gill 

niger, Gtbr 

Bairdii, G. & B 

Blanfordii, Ale 

bicolor, Ale 

edentulns, Ale 

tenebrosus 

Conocara, G. & B. — 

C. MacDonaldi, G. & B 

macroptera, (V.), G. & B . 
Batbytroctes, Gtbr. — 

B. macrolepis, Gthr 

stomias, Gill) 

rostratus, Gthr 

mierolepis, (itbr 

melanocephalns, V 

attritus, V 

sqiiamosus, Alo 

Talismania, G. & B.— 

T. homoptera, (V.), G. & B . 

antillarnm, G. A- B 

seiiuatoris, G. & B 



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VIII, 26 
VIII, 25 



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IX, 30 



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X, 32-35 

X,36 



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XIII, 45 

XIII, 46 

XIV, 52 
XIII, 47 



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J.& E.). 



Mai.acopterygii — Continued. 
Alepoccpbalidie — Continued. 
Nartetes, Ale. — 

N. eremilas, Ale 

Plat.vtroctes, Gthr. — 

P. apus, Gthr 

Xenodermiulithys, Gthr.- 
X. iiodnlosna. Gthr . . 
Aleposonius, Gill — 

A. Copei.Gill 

socialis, (V.), G, & 
Giintlieri, (Ale.), G. 
Leptodernia, V. — 

L. niacrops, V 

Anonialopterus, V. — 

A. pinijuis, V 

Aulastomatomorplia, Ale. — 

A. phosphorops, Ale 

Pterothrissida* (=]!atbytbii8sidae, Gthr.) — 
PterotlirisBiia, Hilg.— 

P. gissu, Hilg 

Argeutinidae — 

Argentina, Art. — 

A. spli.vnena, L 

silus, (Asc.), Nils 

striata, G. & H 

elongata, Huttou 

81 alia, Gilliert 

L.eurogloaeu8, Gilb. — 

L. stilbius, Gilb 

MicrostomidfB — 

Mieroatoma, Cuv. — 

M. rotundatiim, (Ris.), Gthr 

grcEnlandicuni, Kbdt (=Nanacuiagr(rnIaudica 
Bathylagidaj — 

Batliylagns, Gthr.^ 

li. atlanticus, Gthr 

eury ops, G. & B 

Benedicti, G. &B 

antarcticus, Gtbr 

pacificus, Gilb  

Synodontidaf — 

Synodus, (Gr.), Scop. — 

S. aannis, (L.) 

atlanticuB, .Johns 

intermedins, .Spix 

kaianus, Gtbr 

Bathylaco, G. & B. — 

15. nigricans, G. &B 

Batbyaaunia, Gtbr. — 

B. ferox, Gtbr. (=B. Agassizii, G. & B.) 

mollis, Gthr 

obtusiriatris (Vaillaut) 

Harpodon, Lea. — 

H. macrocbir, Gtbr 

squamosus, .\lc 

AnlopidiE — 

Chlorophthalrnns, Bon. — 

C. Agassizii, Boii 

clialybeiua, Goode 

product na, Gtbr 

rigripinuis, Gtbr 

truculentna, G. & 15 

gracilis, Gthr 

eorniger, Ale 

BenthosauridiE — 

Bentboaaunia, G. & B. — 

B. grallator, G. & B 

Batbypteroida", — 

Batbypteroia, Gtbr. — 

B. longifilia, Gthr 

dubiua, V 

qiiadrifilia, Gtbr 

G.iutheri, Ale 

inanlarum, .\lc 

l^ngipea, Gtbr 

longicauda, Gtbr 

Ipnopidie — 

Ipnops, Gthr. — 

I. Murray i, Gtbr 



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XVI, F.7 

XIV, 51 
XVI, 58 



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XVIII, 69 
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TABLK OP CONTENTS. 



Names of genera and species. 



MAi.Aroi'TERYGii — Continued. 
Koudeletiidse — 

Rondeletia, G. & B.— 

K. bicolor,G. &B 

Cetomimidie — 

Cetomimua, 6. & B. — 

C. Gillii.G. it B 

Stored, G. & B 

Myctophidie — 

ilyctophnm, Raf. — 

M. punctatum, Eaf 

afiine, (Ltitken), G. & B 

opalinum, G. & B 

pheugodes, (Liitken), G. & B... 

Humboldti, (Risso) 

gracile, (Liitken), G. i& B 

Benoiti, (Cocco), G. & B 

Eeinhardtii, (Liitken) 

remiger, G. &B 

Hygomii, (Liitken), G. & B 

Veranyi, (Moreau) 

Heideri, (Stalling) 

pterotus 

californiensa 

arcticum 

To wnsendi 

Benthosoraa, G. & B. — 

B. Millleri, (Gmel.), G. & B 

arcticum, (Liitken), G. «fe B 

Colletti, (Lutken), G. &B 

Lampanyctus, Bon. — 

li. crocodilus, (Rieso), G. & B 

alatus, G.&B 

Giintheri, G. & B 

Warmingii, (Liitken), G. & B .. 

gemmifer, G.&B 

Gemellarii, (Cocco), G. &. B 

coeruleus, (Klun.), G. & B 

lacerta, G. &B 

Ceratoscopelus, Gthr. — 

C. maderensis, (Lowe) 

Notosciipelus, Gthr. — 

N. resplendeus, (Richardson) 

quercinus, G.&B 

margaritiferus, G. &B 

castaneus, G.&B 

caudispinosus, (Johnson) 

Lampadena, G. & B. — 

L. speculigera, G. &B 

pyrsobola 

.^thoprora, G. & B. — 

A. metopoclanipa, (Cocco), G. & B. 

lucida, G. & B 

effulgens, G. & B 

Collettia, G. & B.— 

C. Rafinestjuei, (Cocco), G. & B 

nocturna, (Poey), J. & E 

Piaphus, Eigenmann — 

D. theta, Eigenmann 

engraulis, (Gthr.), Eigenmann 

cceruleus, Klunzinger 

Tarletonbeania, Eigenmann — 

T. tenua (Eigenmann) 

crenulare 

EhinoscopeluB, Liitken — 

K. Coccoi, (Cocco), G. &B 

Andreae, (Liitken), G. & B 

rarus, (Liitken), G. & B 

antarcticus 

Electrona, G. & B. — 

E. Rissoi, (Cocco), G. & B 

Daayscopelus, Gthr. — 

D. asper, (Richardson) 

spinosns, ( Steindachner) 

subasper, (Gthr.) 

Neoscopelus, Johns. — 

K. muciolepidotus, Johns 



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XXII, 82 



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XXII, 84 



XXII, 83 



XXIII, 8fi 

XXIV, 92 
XXIV, 90 



XXIII, 88 
XXIII, 87 



XXIV, 89 
XXIV, 91 

XXV, 94 

XXVI, 97 

XXVI, 98 

XXV, 95 

XXV, 96 

XXVI, 99 



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XXVII, 102 
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VII 



Names of genera and species. 



Malacopterygii — Coutiniied. 
MyctopliidiB — Coutiiuu'd. 
Scopelengys, Ale. — 

S. tiistis, Ale 

Nannobracliiiun, Gtlir. — 

N. SlacDonaldi,G.&B 

Scopelosaurus nigrum, (itlir 

leucopRaruni 

Manrolicidoe — 

Iclithyococcns, Bon. (^ Coccia, Gtbr.) — 

I. ovatns, (Coc.), Bon ■- .. 

Opisthoproctus, V 

O. soleatus 

Maiiroliciis, Coceo — 

M. borealis, (Nils.), G tlir 

ametbystinopnuetatus, C'licu'o 

Poweria), Coeco 

Peunanti 

australis. Hector 

Vincignerria, J . & E 

V. atteunata, (C'occo), J. & E 

Valencienellus, J.&E 

V. tripuuctulatua 

ChauIiodontidiE — 

Cbauliodus, Scbn — 

C. Sloani, Schn 

Macouui, Bean 

GonostomidiB — 
Gonostoma — 

G. denudatum,Raf 

brevideus, K. ifcS 

Cyclotbone, G. & B. 

C. miciodon, (Gtbr.), G. & B. I=C. lusca, G. & B.) 

batbypbibi, (V.), G. & B 

quadriociilatum, V. (f) 

elongata (Gtbr.), G. & B. (= Sigmops stigmaticus, Gill) . . 
gracilis, Gtbr 

Bonapartia, G. & B. — 

li. pedaliota, 6. & B 

Yarrella, 6. & B.— 

Y. Blackfordi, G. & B 

Diplopbos, Gtbr. — 

D. tienia, Gtbr 

pacificus, Gthr 

Pboticbtbys, Huttou — 

P. argentous, Hntton 

Mauducus, G. & B. — 

M. niaderensls, (Jobns.), G. & B 

AstronestbidiB — 

Astronestbes, Rich. — 

A. niger, Rich 

gemmifer, (J. & H 

Richardsoni, Pocy 

Stoniiatidse — 

btouiias, Cnv. — 

S. ferox, Rhdt 

boa, ( Kisso), Cuv 

affinis,- Gtbr 

nebnlosus, Ale 

elougatus, Ale 

Ecbiostoma, Lowe — 

E. baibatuin, Lowe 

margarita, G. <fe B 

Opostomias, Gtbr. — 

O. raicripnns, Gtbr 

Granimatostomias, G. & B. — 

G. dentatus, G. &B 

Pacbystomias, Gtbr. — 

P. microdon, Gthr 

Batbnpbilus, Gigl. — 

B. nigenimus, Gigl 

Eustoiuias, V. — 

E. obscurus, V 

Photonectes, Gthr. (= Lucifer, Doderlein) — 

P. albijiinnif^, Doderleiu 

gracilis, G. &B 



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XXXIl, 120 
XXXII, 121 
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XXXII, 122 



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XXXIII, 125 



XXXIV, 127 
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Mai.acopterygii — Continued. 
MalacosteidiP — 

Malacostens, Ayres — 

M. niger, Ayres 

choristodactyliis, V 

indicus, Gtlir 

Photostomias, Collett — 

P. Guernei, Collett 

Thaumastoniias, Ale. — 

T. atrox, Ale 

Alepisauridie — 

Alepisaurus, Lowe — 

A . ferox, Lowe 

a-seulapius, lleau 

Canlopus, Gill 

alti veils, Poey 

Poey i, Gill 

liorealis, Gill 

serra, Gill 

Paralepididai — 

Paralepis, Risso — 

P. coregonoides, Eisso 

sphyra-noides, Kisso 

intermedins, Poey 

hyalinns, Uaf 

Kissoi , Bk 

Cuvieri, Bon 

speciosus, Bellotti 

Arctozenus — 

A. borealis, (Rhdt.), J. & G 

cornacanB 

Sudis, Raf.— 

intermedins 

S. hyalina, Raf 

ringeus 

Odontostomidse — 

Odontostomus, Cocco — 

O. hyalinns, Cocco 

atra tus, Ale 

Omosudis, Gtbr. — 

0. Loweii, Gthr 

Sternoptychidte — 

Steruoptyx, Herm. — 

S. diaphana, Lowe 

Argyropelecns, Coooo — 

A. hemigymnns, Cocco 

Alcocki,G. &B 

Olfersii, (Cuv.), C. & V 

D'Urvillii, C. & V 

acnleatus, Val 

Sternoptychides, Ogilby — 

S. amabilis, Ogilby 

Polyipnus, Gtbr. — 

P. spinosus, Gtbr 

tdiacanthids — 

Idiacantbus, Peters (^Batbyopbis, Gtbr.) — 

1. fasciola, Gtbr 

antrostomus, Gilb 

ferox, Gtbr 

Ltopomi : 

llalosanridse — 
Halosaurus — 

H. Oweni, -Tobns 

Jobnsouianus, V 

Giintberi, G.&B 

parvipinnis, Ale 

Aldrovandia, G. & B. — 

A. rostrata, (Gtbr. ) 

affinis, (Gtbr.) 

macrorbira, (Gtbr.) 

Goodei, Gill 

phalacrns, V 

mediorostris, Gtbr 

gracilis, G. & B 

pallida, G. & B 

Hoskynii, Ale 

anguilliformis, Ale 

Ilalosanrichtbys, Ale. — 

U. carinicauda, Ale 



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XXX VII, 139 



XXXVII, 140 
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XXXVIII, 143 



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XXXIX, 146 
XXXIX, 147 
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IX 



Names of genera and species. 



Apodes : 

Leptocephaliilse — 
Leptocephalus — 

L. vulgaris (L.) 

Uroconger, Kaup — 

U. viciuus, V 

Congermura'ua, Kaiip — 

C. guttulata, Gtlii' 

longkaiida, Ale 

flava, G. & B 

musteliceps 

squaliceps, Ale .' 

nasica, Ale 

prorigera, Gilb 

Coloeonger, Ale. — 

C. raniceps, Alo , 

Promyllantor, Ale. — 

P. piirpureiis, Ale 

Simenehelyida! — 

Simenebelys, Gill — 

S. parasitieus, Gill 

IlyophidiB — 

llyoiiLis, Gilb. — 

I. bruuneus, Gill) 

SynapliobranchidiE — 

Synaphobranchus, JoLns. — 

S. pinnatus, (Grouov.),Gthr . 

brevidorsalis, Gtbr 

aflinis, Gtbr 

Histiobrancbus, Gill — 

H. inferualis, Gill 

batbybius, Gtbr 

MuraenesocidiB — 

Xenomystax, Gilb. — 

X. atrarius, Gilb 

trucideus 

Hoplunuis, Kaup — 

H. diomedianus, G. & B 

SauromuriEnesox, Ale. — 

S. vorax, Ale 

Opbichtbyids, Gill — 

Pi80odonoj>bis, Kaup — 

P. cruentiler, G. & B.. 

Myrus, Kaup — 

M. pacbyrhynchus, (V.) 

Nettnstomidie — 

Nettastoma, Eaf. — 

N. melanurum, Raf 

brevirostris, Fac 

parviceps, Gtbr 

tasniola, Wood-Masou .... 
Venefiea, J. & D. — 

V. procera, (G. & B.), J. & D. 
proboscidea, (V.), J. & D . 
Chlopsis, Raf.— 

0. bicolor, Raf 

equatorialis, Gilb 

Nemichtbyidte, Gill — 
Nemicbtbys, Ricb. — 

N. seolopaceus, Rich 

avocetta 

Labiehthys, Gill and Ryder — 
L. cariuatus, (iill and Ryder, 
elongatus, Gill and Ryder. 

Gillii,Bean 

infans, (Gtbr.), G. and B . . 
Cyema, Gtbr. — 

C. atrum, Gtbr 

Spinivomer, Gill and Ryder — 

S. Goodei, Gill and Ryder ... 
Serrivomer, Gill and Ryder — 

S. Beani, Gill and Kyiler 

Kicbardii, (V. ), (i'. & B 

Gavialiceps, Wood-Masou — 

G. inicrops, Ale 

Investigator. G. & B. 

1. acautbuuotus (.\lc.) 



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Lyomeri : 

SaccopharyngidsB — 

Saccopharynx, Mitchill — 

S. flagellum, MitcUill 

Eurypharyugidifi — 

Eurypharynx, V. — 

E. peleoanoidcs, V 

Gastrostoraus, Gill and Rvdpr^ 

G. Baiidii, Gill and Ryder 

Dysoiiima, Ale. — 

D. buceplialiis, Ale 

Dysomniopsis, Ale. — 

D. mucipaius, Ale 

Carenchkli: 

DeiielithvidiB — 

Deiichthys, Gill— 

D. seipeiitinus, Gill 

Heteromi: 

NotacanthidiB — 
Notacautlius — 

N. nasus, Bloch 

aualis, Gill 

Bonapartii, Risso 

sexspiuis, Rich 

phasgauorus, Goode 

Gigliolia, G. & B.— 

G. Moseleyi, G. & B 

Polyacanthonotus, Blk. — 

P. Rissoanus, (F. & V.), Gtlir 

Macdonaldia, G. & B.— 

M. rostrata, (Coll.), G. & B 

Challengeri, (V.), G. & B 

LipogeuyidiB — 

Lipogeiiys, G. & B. — 

L. Gillii, G. &B 

Teleocephaij : 
BerycidiB — 

lieiyx, Ciiv. — 

B. decadactyliis, C. <feV 

sjileudeus, Lowe 

liueatuBjGthr 

affinis, Gtihr 

delphini, C. &. V 

Melanipbaes, Gtbr. — 

M. typhlops, (Lowe),Gthr 

Plectromus, Gill — 

P. suborbitalis, Gill 

Beauii, (Gthr.) 

robustus, (Gthr.) 

crassiceps, (Gthr.) 

megalops, (Liitken) 

mizolepis, (Gtbr.) 

microps, (Gthr.) 

cristiceps, (Gilb.) 

lugubris, (Gilb.) 

Scopelogadus, V. — 

S. codes, V 

Malacosarous, Gthr. — 

M. macrostoma, Gthr 

Poromitra, G. & B. — 

P. capito, G. & B 

Anoplogaster, Gthr. — 

A. eoruutus, (C. & V.), Gthr 

Caulolepis, Gill — 

C. longldens, Gill 

Stephauoberycidse — 

Stephanoberyx, Gill — 

S. Mona;", Gill 

Gillii, G. & B 

TracbichthyldiB — 

Tracbicbthys, Shaw — 

T. Dar winii, Johns 

intermedins, Hector 

australis, Shaw 

Jacksoniensis, (Casteluau), Macleay. 

fernandezianus, Gthr 

Trai Hi i, lluttou 

eluuiiuUis , ..,,,., 



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Names of genera and 8i)ecie3. 



Teleocephali — Continued. 

Tracbichthvicfe — Continued. 
Hoplostethus, C. & V.— 

H. mediterraneus, C. & V 

atlauticus, CoU 

japonicus, Hilg 

BathyclupeidiB— 

Bathyclupea, Ale. — 

B. Hoskynii, Ale 

argentea, G. & B 

Anomalopidse — 

Anomalops, Kner — 

A. palpebratus, (Bodd.), Gtlir 

Scombridie — 

Thyrsites, C. & V.— 

T. atiin, (Eupbrasen), C. &V 

TbyrsitojiB, Gill— 

T. lepidopoides, C. &V 

vioIaceuM, Bean = Escolar violaceus J. & E 

Ruvettus, Cocco^ 

R. pretiosus, Cocco 

Nesiarcbug, Jobns. — 

N. nasutus, Jobns 

Epinnula, Poey — 

E. magistralis, Poey 

Nealotus, Jobns. — 

N. tripes, Johns 

Prometbichthvs, Gill — 

P. prometheu* (C. it V.) ^ P. atlaiiticuH, Lowe . 

pronietboides, Bleclier 

beryalensis 

Dicrotus, Gtbr. — 

D. armatus, Gthr 

parvipinnis, G. & B 

Gempylus, C. & V.— 

G. serpens, C. & V 

coluber, C.&V 

Lepidopids — 

Lepidopns, Gouan — 

L. caudatus, (Eupbrasen), White 

Gouani, Bl 

lusitanicus, Shaw 

xantusi G. & B -. 

Evoxymetopon, (Poey), Gill — 

E. tieniatug, Poey 

Poey i, Gtbr 

Benthodesmus, G. & B. — 

B. atlantieus, G. & B 

elougatus, Clarke 

Aphanopus, Lowe— 

A. carbo, Lowe 

minor, Collett 

Trichiuridse — 

Tricliiurus, L. — 

T. lepturus, Liun 

Corypboenidai — 

Corypbsena, L. — 

C. bippurits 

equisetis 

Bramida3 — 

Brama, Schn. — 

B. Rail 

chilensis 

auBtralis 

squamosa 

orcini 

Dussumierl 

Agassizii, Poey 

Brevoorti, Poey 

Saussurii, Luuel 

longipinnis, Lowe 

priuoeps, Johns 

Raschi, Esniark 

japonica, Hilg 

Stoinegeria, Jordan and Evcriimiiu — 

.S. rubescens, Jordan and Everniann 

Pterycombus — 

P. brama.... 



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Names o( geucra aiul species. 



Teleocf.phali— Continued. 
Diretmidse — 

DiretniiiB, Johns. — 

D. argenteus, Johns., (=Oyrinonicno nniiiiinnaiis, Vaillant). . 
aureus, Campbell 

Pterailidte — 

Pteiaclis, Gronov. — 

P. papilio, Lowe 

oeellatua, C. &V 

carol iuus, C. & V 

velil'er, (Pallas) 

Ceutrolophiis, Lac. — 

C. pomjiilus, (Lac), C. A V 

britanuicus, Gthv 

Scliedophilns, Cocco — 

iS. medusophagus, Cocco 

maculatus 

Hotter!, Stdchnr 

Icosteus, Lockington — 

I. enigmaticus, Lockington 

Schedophilopsis, Stdchnr. — 

S. spinosus, Stdchnr 

Icichthys, J. & G. — 

I. Lockingtonii, J. & G 

Acrotidie — 

Acrotus, Bean — 

A. Willoughbyi, Bean 

GramniicolepididiB — 

Grammicolepis, Poey — 

G. brachiusculus, Poey 

Komeidic — 

Nomens, Cuv. — 

N. Gronovil, (Gmel.), Gtlir 

Bathyseriola; Ale. — 

B. cyanea. Ale 

Psenes, C. & V.— 

P. pellucid ns, Liitlcen 

maculatus, Liitkeu 

Luvaridae — 

Luvarua, Raf. — 

L. impeiialis, Raf 

Lamprididfe — 

Lampris, Retzins — 

L. regius, (Bonn.), Retzins 

ZeidsB — 

Zenopsis, Gill — 

Z. ocellatns, (Storer), Gill 

conchifer, Lowe 

Cyttns, Gthr.— 

C. australis, (Rich.) 

ablireviatus, Hector 

hololepis, G. & B 

novEB-zelandiie 

Cyttopsis, Gill — 

C roseus, (Lowe), Gill 

Oreosoma, C. & V. — 

O. atlanticum, C. ife V 

Caproida; — 

Capros, Lac. — 

C. aper, (L.), Lac 

Capromimus — 

C. ablireviatus 

Antigonia, Lowe — 

A. capros, Lowe - 

Tetragouurid;e — 

Tetragonurus, Risso — 

T. Cuvieri, Risso 

Chilodipteridai — 

Jlelanostoma, Diiderlein — 

M. japouieum, Diiderlein 

Glossamia, Gill — 

G. aprion, Gthr 

pandionis, G. & B 

Malacichthys, Diiderlein^ 

M. griseus, Gthr 

Epigonus, Raf. — 

E. telcscopus, (Risso), G. & B 

occideutalis, G. & B 



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CXXIII,41G 

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LXII, 225 

LXI, 221 

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Names of ^ciutu ami species. 



Tkli-.ocephali — Continued. 

Cliiloclipteiiila" — Continued. 
Poiiiatoiuichthys, Gij,'!.^ 

P. ConstanciiE, (jigl 

MicroiclitUys, Riipp. — 

M. Coccoi, Kiipp 

Brephostoma, Ale. — 

B. Carpentei'i, Ale 

Acropomidje — 

Acinpoina, T. & S.— 

A. pliilippinensc, Gtlir 

Scomlir()piil:e — 

Seonilirops, T. »Sr, S. — 

S. cliilodipteroides, T. A S 

(loiilatns, Poe.v 

Hypoclvdoiiia, G. &Ii. — 

H. bella, G. &B 

Serranidie — 

Ceutroin-istis, C. & V. — 

C. pleurospilns, (Glhr.) 

investigatoris, (Ale.) 

annnlaris, Gtbr 

Prionodes 'tequideus, Gilb .' 

Authias, rtchn. — 

A. niegalops, Gtbr 

eos, Gilb 

acjiiilonaris, G. & B 

Eatbyantbias, Gtbr. — 

B. roseus, Gtbr 

Synagrops, Gtbr. — 

S. japonicus, (Diiderlein), Gtbr 

Polyprion, Cut. — 

P. aniericanum, (Scbn.), Jordan 

Pristipomatidai — 

Propoma, Gtbr. — 

P. roseuui, Gtbr 

Lutjanidai — 

Aprion, 0. & V.— 

A. niacroptbalmus, (Miiller), J. & S.. 
Verilus, Poey — 

V. eordidns Poey 

Dentes. Cuv. — 

D. niacrophthalmns, (Blocb), C. &. V. 
Priacantbidio — 

Priacantbus, C. & V.— 

P. eatalufa, Poey 

Psoudopriaeanthns, Blk. — 

P. altus, Gill 

PolymixiidiB — 

Polymixia, Lowe — 

P. nobilis, Lowe 

Pomaceutridse — 

Cbromis, Cut. — 

C. ro.seua, (Gtbr.), G. A- 1! 

Scorp.-pnidiB — 

Scorpsena, L. — 

S. scrofa obesa, Lowo 

cristnlata, G. & B 

nstnlata, Lowe 

Agassizii, G. & B 

percoides, Solander 

ocellata, Lowe 

Batbyseb.astes, S. & D. — 

B. albescens, Gtbr 

Helicolenus, G. & B. — 

H. dactyloptenis, (Del.), G. & li 

maderensis, G. and B 

Pontinus, Poey — 

P. castor, Poey 

pidliix, Poey 

Knlilii, (Bowdicb), G. & B 

Bibroni, (SaiiTage), G. & B 

filifer, (Val.), G. & B 

canariensis, (SauTage), G. it B 

Ratbhnni, G. & B 

macrolepis, G. & B 

loiigispinis, G. & B 

sierra, (Gill). V G. & B 

boxauema, (Gthr.), G. &. B 



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LXXX1X,314 



LXIV,232 



LXVI, 239, 240 



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Tele< iCEPiiAiJ — Continned. 
ScorpH-nidie — Coutiuued. 
Sebivstes, Cuv. — 

S. marinus, (L.), 'Whito 

mariniis viviparus, (Kriiyer) 

Seliastolobus, Gill — 

S. macrocbir, (Gthr.), Gill 

.ilascaniis, Bean 

Sebastodes, Gill — 

S. paucispiuis, (Ayres), .J. & G 

Sebastiohthys, Gill — 

S. Goodei, Eigenmann 

alutus, Glib 

rupeslris, (iilb 

zacentnis, Gilb 

B.ixioola, Gilb 

diploproa, (iilb 

aurora, Gilb 

introniger, Gilb 

sinensis, Gilb 

oculatns, (C. & V.) 

Sctarclies, .lohns. — 

S. Giintlieri, Jolms 

fiugicnsis, Gtbr 

parn'atus, Goodo 

Lioscorpius, Gtbr. — 

L. longieeps, Gtbr 

Mi nous 

M. inermis, Ale 

Cottida — 

C'ottus, L. — 

C. bathybii, Gtbr 

Icelus, Kriiyer — 

1. bicornis, (Rlidt.), J. & G 

Bcutiger, Hean 

euryops, Bean 

Artediellus, Jordan^ 

A. uncinatus, (Rbdt.), .Jordan 

Icelinus, Jordan — 

1. qnadrisenatus, Lockingtou 

filanieutosus, Gilb 

tenuis, Gilb 

timliriatus. Gill) 

ooulatus, Gilb 

Triglops, Hbdt.— 

T. Pingelii, Rbdt 

Prionistius^ 

P. macelhis, Bean 

Cottuuculus, Collett — 

C miorops, Collett 

Thomsonii, Gtbr. ( = C. torviis, Goode). 
Psycbrolutes, Gtbr. — 

P. zebra, Bean 

paradoxus. Bean 

Malacocottus, Bean — 

M. zonnrus, Bean 

Cyclop teridae (Cyclopterns) — 
Eumicrotremus, Gill — 

E. spinosus, (Miiller), Gill 

Liiparididae — 
Liparis, L. — 

L. lineatns, (Lepecbin), Kriiyer 

Careproctus, Kriiyer — 

C. gelatinosus, (Pall.), Kr 

spectrum. Bean 

ranula, G. & B 

m.ajor, (Fab.), Garni 

micropus, (Gtbr.), Garm 

Amitra, Goode — 

A. iipavina, Goode 

Paraliparis, Coll. — 

P. batbybii.Coll 

Copei, G. & B 

rosaceus, Gilb 

Hilgendortia, G. &. B.— 

H. membranacea, (Gtbr.), G. & B 

Gymuolycodes, V. — 

G. Edwaidsi, V 



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Names of genera anil species. 



TELEix'EniAi.i — Continued. 
Agouida' — 

Poilothecns, Gill — 

P. decagonna, (Schn.), .lonlim 

Bathyagonus, Gilb.— 

li. nigripinnis, Gilb 

Xeuoehiriis, Gilb. — 

X. triacauUuis, Gilb 

pentacautlius, Gilb 

latifrons, Gilb 

Aspidoplioroides, Lac. — 

A. numopterygius, (Bloch) 

Uiriki 

Latilid;e— 

Lopbolatilns, G. &. B. — 

L. chamseleonticeps, G. & B 

Percophidie — 

Apbritis, C. & V.— 

A. gobio, Gthr 

Acanthapbritis, Gtbr. — 

A. grandisquaniis, Gtbr 

Notothen i idie — 

Nototbeuia — 

N. niizops, Gtbr 

longipes, Studcbur 

CbajnicbtbyidiE — 

Batbydraco, Gtbr. — 

B. autarcticus, Gtbr 

Hypsicometes, Goode — 

H. gobioides, Goode 

Batbybi rcis, Ale. (= Bembrops) platyrbyiicbus, Ale. 
Cbampsodon, Gtbr. — 

C. vorax, Gtbr 

CbiasmodontidiE — 

Cbiasmodon, Johna. — 

C. uiger, Jolins 

Pouerodon, Ale. — 

P. vastator, Ale 

Pseudoscopelus, Liitkcii — 

P. scriptus, LUtkeu 

UranoscopidiE — 

UranoscopuB, L. — 

U. cra.'^siceps, Ale 

kaianus, Gtbr 

Batracbidje — 

Poricbthys, Girard — 

P. porosi8simiis,(C. & V.), Gtbr 

Gobiidae — 

Gobiiis, Cnv. — 

G. cometes, Ale 

Lesueurii, Risso 

JeHreyaii, Gtbr 

Callionymidae — 

Callionvmus, L. — 

C. lyra, L 

kaianus, Gtbr 

calauropomuB, Gtbr 

carlbares; Ale 

pbaeton, Gtbr 

niraantopborus, G. & B 

maculatua, Kaf ..... 

StiohieidaB — 

Carelophus, Nils. — 

C. A.scanii, (Walb.), Gtbr 

Anarrbiebadid:e — 
Anarrbicbas, L. — 

A. lupus, L 

miuor, Olafsen 

latifions, S. & H - 

PtilichtbyidiB — 

Ptilicbtbys, Bean — 

P. Goodei, Bean 

Zoareida; — 

Lycodea, Rhdt. — 

L. Vahlii, Rhdt 

Esmarkii, Coll 

retieulatua, Rbdt  

frigidus, Coll 

mucosua, Rich 



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Teleocephali — Continued. 
Zoarcidie — Continued. 

Lycodes, Rlidt. — Continued. 

L. pallidus, Coll 

perspieillum, Kr 

Liitkeiiii 

Beminudus, Rhdt 

Sarsii, Cloll 

zoarehus, G. & B 

brevipos, Bean 

macrops, G thr 

Lycenchelys, Gill — 

L. nninpna, (Coll.), Gill 

Verrillii, (G. & B.). .lonlnn 

paxillus, (G. & B.), .Ionian 

porifer, Gilb 

albus, (V.),G. & B 

Lycodonus, G. & B. — 

L. mirabilis, G. & B 

Aprodon, Gilb. — 

A. Corteziana 

Lycoilopsis, Coll. — 

L. paci liens. Coll 

paxillus, (iilb 

Botbrocara, Bean — 

B. mollis, Bean 

Maynea — 

M. pnsilla. Bean 

brunnca, Bean 

Gyninelis, Rhdt. — 

G. viriilis, ( Fab.), Rbdt 

Lycodapus, (iilb. — 

L. tierasfer, Gilb 

Melanostigma, Gthr. — 

M. gelatinosum, Gthr 

Brotulidse — 

Bytbites, Rhdt;— 

B. luscus, Rhdt 

Gramnionus, Gill — 

G. ater, (Risso), G. & B 

Oligopus — 

O. ater 

annatus, Diiderlein 

Cataetyx, Gthr. — 

C. Messieri, Gthr 

rubrirostris, Gilb 

Saccogaster, Ale. — 

S. maoulatus, Ale 

Diplacautbopoma, Gthr, — 

D. brachvsoma, Gthr 

Alcocki, G. & B 

Dicromita, G. & B.— 

D. Agassizii, G.&B 

metnostonia, (V.), G. & B 

micropbthalma, {V.),G. & B 

oucerocephala, (V.), G. «& B 

BassozetuB, Gill — 

B. normalis, Gill 

conipressus, (Gthr.), G. & B 

taenia, (Gthr.), G. &B 

catena, G.&B 

glutinosus, Ale 

Glyptophidiura, Ale. — 

G. argenteuni, Ale 

macropus Ale 

Derraatorus, Ale. — 

D. trichinrus, Ale 

nielanocephalus, Ale 

Neobvtbites, G. & B. ( = I'vinoera.spedum Ale.) — 

N. Gillii, G. i& B ." 

margin atus. G. & B 

macrops, Gthr 

crassus, (V.), G. & B 

steatiticus, Ale 

squamipinnis 

Benthocometes, G. & B. — 

B. robust lis, (J. & B 

muribnolepis, (V.), G. & B 



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LXXX, 280 



LXXXn,284 



LXXXII,285 



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Names of genera and species. 



Telkoci.phali — Continued. 
Brut 111 idle — Continued. 
Bassogigas, Gill — 

B. Gillii, G. &B 

graudis, (Gtlir.),G. &B , 

pterotus, (Ale.), G. & B 

stellifeioides, (Gilb.), G. & B 

Alcockia, G. & B. — 

A. rostratus, (Gthr.), G. & B 

Celeraa, G. & B.— 

C. niula, (V.), G.& B , 

siibarmata, (V.), G. & B 

Mcebia, G. & B. — 

M. gracilis, (Gthr.), G. & B 

Barathrodemus, G. & B. — 

B. nianatinus, G. & B 

Pycnoeraspednm, Ale. — 

P. sqnauiipinne, Ale 

Neraatonus, Gthr. — 

N. pectoralis, (G. & B.), Gtlir , 

Porogadus, G. & B.— 

P. miles, G. & B 

Penopus, G. & B. — 

P. MacDoualdi, G. & B 

AcantbonuB, Gthr. — 

A. arniatus, Gtbr , 

Tauredophidium, Ale. — 

T. Hextii, Ale 

Pteroidonus, Gthr. — 

P. quinquarius, Gthr , 

Dicrolene, G. & B. (=Paradicroleue, Ale.) — 

D. inlronigra, G. & B , 

multitilis, Ale 

nigricaudis, Ale 

Vaillantii, Ale 

Mixonus, Gthr. — 

M. latieeps, Gthr 

Sinnibo, Blk. — 

S. inennis, (Schl.), Blk 

Mouomitopus, Ale. — 

M. uigripiiinis, Ale 

T.v]ihlouus, (Jthr. — 

T. uasus, Gthr 

BarMthronns, G. & B. — 

B. bicolor, G. & B 

Apbyonus, (ithr. — 

A. gelatinosus, Gthr 

mollis, G. & B 

Rhodichtb.vs, Coll.— 

R. legina, Coll 

Alexeterion, V. — 

A. l'arraiti,V 

Bellottia, Gigl.— 

B. apoda, Gigl 

Hepbthocara, Ale. — 

H. simuni. Ale 

Lamprograuinius, Ale. — 

L. niger, Ale 

fragilis, Alo 

Ophidiidae — 
Ophidium — 

O. munenolepis, Gthr 

Otopbidium, Gill— 

O. omostigma, (J. & 6.), Jordan 

Leptophidium. Gill — 

L. cerviuum, G. & B 

profundornm, Gill 

marmoratum, G. & B 

pardale, Gilb 

mierolepis. Gilb 

stigmatistium, Gilb 

enimelas, Gilb 

Ateleopodidie — 

Ateleopus, Schl. — 

A. japonieus, Schl 

indious, Alo 



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LXXXin,291 



LXXXIV, 294 



LXXXIV, 295 



LXXXIII, 292 
LXXXIV, 293 



LXXXIV, 296 



LXXXV, 297 



LXXXIV, 296 



LXXXV, 298 



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Names of genera and species. 



TELEOCKriiAM — Continued. 
Loi)lioti<hv — 

Lophotes. fiiorna — 

L. C'^'p<^clianu8, Giorna 

criwtatiis^ .Joliu.s 

Capellei, T. «fe S 

Ana<anthini: 
Gadida' — 

Gadus, Art. — 

G. morrhna, L 

Melanogranimiis, Gill — 

M. a>gletiun8, (L.), Gill 

Brachy gadus — 

B. minutus, (L.), Gill 

Gadiculus, Giiicli. — 

G. argenteus, Guich 

Microniesistius, Gill — 

M. poutassou, (Kisso), Gill... 
Merlangus — 

M. vulgaris 

Phycis, Schn. — 

P. luediteiraneua, Delaroclio . 

Eailii, G. & B 

bleunioides, (Br.), Schn... 
regius, (Walb.), J. & B... 

ciiratus, G. & ii 

cbuss, (\V;ilb.) Gill 

tenuis, (Mitch.), DeKay... 

Cbcstori, G, & B 

Laimonema, Gtbr. — 

L. Yanellii, (Lowe), Gtbr.. .. 

robustuni, Gtbr 

barbatula, G. & B 

melanurum, G. & B 

Molva, Nils. — 

M. vulgaris, Flem 

byrkelango, Walb 

elongata, (Otto), Gtbr 

Pbysipulus, Kaup — 

P. Dalwigkii, Kaup 

Kan pi, Poey 

peregriuus, Gtbr 

fulvus, Beau 

rastrelliger, Gilb 

nematopus, Gilb 

roseus. Ale 

argy ropastus, Ale 

Uraleptus, Costa — 

V. Maraldi, (Risso), Costa... 

near Maraldi 

Lotella, Kaup — 

L. maxillaris, Bean 

Mora, Eiseo — 

M. mediterranea, Eisso 

Lepidion, Sw. — 

L Rissoi, Sw 

Giiutberi, (Gigl.), G. & B. . 

eques, (Gtbr.), G. & B 

ensiferus, (Gthr.), G. & B . 

inosimse, Gtbr 

Salilota — 

S. austral is, Gtbr 

Autiniora, (itbr. — 

A. viola, (G. & B.), Jordan .. 

rostrata, Gtbr 

microlepis. Bean 

Halargyreus, Gthr. — 

H. brevipes, V , 

Johnsouii, Gthr 

near Johnsouii 

Eretniopborus, Gigl. — 

E. Kleiuenhergi, Gigl 

Hypsirbyncbus, Fae. — 

H. bepaticus, Fao 

Strinsia, Kaf. — 

8. tinea, Raf 

Meliiuonns, Gthr. — 

M. gracilis, Gtbr 



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CXV, .389 



CXV, 3'JO 



LX XX VIII. 309 

LXXX VIII, 310 

LXXXVIII,3ll 

LXXXIX,312 

LXXXIX, 313 



XC.315 
XC, 316 

XC,317 



XCI, 318 

"xci'sia' 



XCI, 320 



XCII, 321 
XCII, 322 
XCII, 323 



XCIII, 324 



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XCIII, 326 



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Names of geuera aud spocies. 



AXACANTHINI — C'olltiuilCll. 

Gadiilic— Continued. 
Ono8, Risso — 

O. ensis, (IJhdt.), Gill 

raacroiibthahinis, (Ulir 

bisoayoiisis. Cull 

Keinliardtii, ( Ki.), Coll 

tiicirratiis, (BlocU*, G. & I! 

Ebinouemiis, (iill — 

K. cimbi'ius, (L.), G. & B 

Brosniius, Cuv. — 

13. biosme, (Mlill.), Gtbr 

lirosniioiilns, V. — 

B. inibeibis, V 

MerliK'iida' — 

Mei'liu'iiis, Raf. — 

M. biliuearis, (Mitfb.), Gill 

siiiiridus, (Raf.), G. & IJ 

BregmacerotidtE — 

Bregmacerns, Thompson — 

B. atlautiius, G. & 11 

MacClellanilii, Tbompsun 

JIacruri(l;e — 

iJacruiiis, Blocb — 

M. beiylax, Lac 

selerorbjncbus, Val 

smiliophorus, Vaill , 

a>r|uali.s, (Gtlir.), G. & 15 

seriatus, Lowo 

Bairdii.G. tV B 

holotracbvB, Gtbr 

zaniapboiiis, V. (uear bolot''a(;by8, V.) 

rndis, (itbv 

asper, Gtbr 

Bti'lgidolcpis, Gilb , 

cariuatus, Gtbr 

investigatori.s, Ale 

seniiquiucunciatiis, Ale , 

Hoskynii, Ale 

Hextii, Ale 

Wood-Masoui, Ale 

Peterson i i, Ale 

brevirostris, Ale 

macrolopbns, Ale 

lophotes. Ale 

polylepis, Ale 

nasutiis, Gtbr 

serrnlatus, Gtbr 

bis]iidns, Ale 

pnmiheeps, Ale 

Ccclorbyiicbns, Giorna — 

C. atlantieiis, (Lowe), G. & B 

carminatiis, (Goode), G. & B 

occa, G. & B 

japnnieus, (V.), (uearoeea) 

ja]i(inicn8, Sebl 

earibbaus, ti. iSr B 

faseiatus,\Gtbr.), G. & B 

parallel lis, Gtbr 

austral is, Gtbr 

quadrieristatiis, Ale 

flavellispinis, Ale 

Corypbienoides, Cinuuer— 

C. rupestris, Gunner 

suleatns, G. & B 

carajiinns, G. &. B 

altipinni«. Gtbr 

serratus, Lowe 

Il_\ njenoeepbalns, Gigl. — 

H. italieiis, (Jigl 

(ioodei, (Gtbr.), Bean 

eaveruosus, G. &. B 

heterolcpis, Ale 

l.ionnrns. Gtbr. — 

L. lilieauda, Gtbr .' 

Ti'aebounrns, (Jtbr. — 

G. suleatns, G. & B 

villobus, Gthr 



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XCIV, 



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329 



XCV, 330 



XCV,331 



XCVI, 334 



XCVI, 335 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Nainoa of geuora and species. 



Anacantiiini — Continued, 
ilacniiidit — Continued. 
Cetonurus, Gtbr. — 

C. gloijiceps, V 

crassiceps, Gtbr 

Clialiniira, G. &. B. — 

C. siumla, G. & B 

brovibaibis, G. & B 

occidentalis, (i. & B 

leptolepis, Gthr 

fcruandeziauus, Gtbr 

lioi'epbala, Gtbr 

Mnrrayi, (itlir 

Bcrrula, Bean 

hispida, Ale 

mediterranea, Gigl 

Optounrus, Gtbr. — 

O. dentioulatiis, Gthr 

Malacocepbalus, Gtbr. — 

M. luivis, (Lowe), Gtbr 

occidentalis, G. & B 

subbevis, (V.) , 

Nematonnrus, Gthr. — 

N. arniatiis, ( Hector) 

gigas, (V.), G. & B , 

aliinis, (Gtbr.) 

Moseleya, G. & B. — 

M.'longifilis, (Gthr.), G. & B 

Abyssicola, G. & B. — 

A. macrochlr, (Gthr.), G. & B 

Trachyrhynchus, Giorna — 

T. scabrus, (Raf.), G. & B 

Murrayi, Gtbr 

longirostris, Gthr , 

Macruronus, Gthr. — 

M. novae-zelandise, (Hector), (.'ilir ... 
Steiudachneria, G. & B. — 

S. argon tea, G. &B 

Batbygadus, Gthr. — • 

B. lavosus, G. & B 

arcuatiis, G.& B 

longifilis, G. »&B 

near longifilis. Ale , 

dispar, (V.), G. & B 

macrops, G. & B 

melauobraueliiis, V 

cottoides, Gtbr , 

multifilie, Gtbr 

furvescens. Ale 

Lyconidae — 

Lyconus, Gtbr. — 

L. piunatus, Gthr 

HF.TF.noSOMATA : 

PleuronectidsB — 
Lepidopsetta — 

L. niaculata, Gthr 

Chascanoi)Betta, Ale. — 

C. lugubris. Ale 

Poocilopsetta, Gtbr. — 

P. maculosa, Alo , 

Limanda, Gottscbe — • 

L. vulgaris, Gottsche 

microstoma, Gthr 

ferruginea, (Storer), G. & B 

Beanii, Goode 

(Jlyptocephahis, Gottsche — 

G. cynoglossus, (L.), Gill 

Hippoglossus, Cuv. — 

H. vulgaris, Flem 

Platysoraatichthys, Blkr. — 

P. hippoglossoides, (Walb.), G. & B 
Paralichthys, Girard — 

P. oblongus, (Mitch.), J 

Uectoris, Gthr 

boops. Hector 

ocellatus, Gthr 

Notosema, G. & B. — 

N. dilecta, G. & B 



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XCVni,315 



XCIX, 345 



XCIX, 347 

C,348 



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CI, 350 
CI, 351 



CI. 352 



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CII, 356 
CV, 363 
CV, 364 



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Names of geuera and species. 



IIetebosomata — Contimied. 
Pleuronectulie — Coutiuued. 

Hippoglossoides, Gottsche — 

H. platessoides, (Fab.), Gill 

Lepidorhombus, Gtbr. — 

L. megastoma, (Don.), Gthr 

Boscii, (Risso) 

Scianectes, Ale. — 

S. lopboi)tera, Ale 

inacro])lithalma, Ale 

Trlchopsetta, Gill — 

T. ventralis, (G. & B.), Gill 

Arnoglossus — 

A. Grobmanni, Bon 

Platophrys, Sw. — 

P. nebulaiis, J. & G 

cornutus, Gtbr 

Citbaricbtbys, Blkr. — 

C. arctifrons, Goode 

unicornis, Goode 

microstomus, (iill 

spilopteriis, (Jtbr 

diuoceros, G . iV B 

pajtulus, (G. & B.), J. c'c (! 

Etropus, J. & G. — 

E. rimosus, G. & B 

Cyclopsetta, Gill — 

C. linibriata, G. & B 

Monolene, (ioode — 

M. sessilicauda, Goode 

atriniaua, G. ifcB 

SuleidiB— 

Solea, Cnv. — 

S. vulgaris, Qnensol 

Greeni, (itbr 

umbralitoa, Ale 

Microcbirus, Bou. — 

M. variegatns, (Don.), M 

profundicolus, (V.), (i. & 1! 

Apboristia, Kaup — 

A. nebulosa, G. «& B 

septemstriata, Ale 

niarginata, O. & B - 

pigra, G. &B 

diomedeaiia, G. & B 

pusilla, G. & B 

tri fascia ta 

Ammopleurops, Gthr. — 

A. lacteus (Bou.), Gtbr 

Arelia, Kaup — 

A. Carpenteri, (Ale.) 

Cbaniomi : 

Triglidae, Risso — 
Trigla, Art. — 

T. cuculus, L 

gurnardus, L 

lyra, L 

leptaeanlba, Gtlir 

Bpilopter.a, Gtbr 

hemisticta, Sebl 

mil vus, Bp 

corax, Bp 

cavillone 

Lepidotrigla, Gtbr. — 

L. cavillone, (Lae. ) 

Priouotua, Lac. — 

P. militaris, G. & B 

egretta, G. & B 

Stearnsii, J. & S 

abitus, G. & B 

palmipes, (Mitcb.), Ptorer 

Beanii, Goode (wrongly n.inicd in ))late /'. li-iiiU<ilh}. 
Peristediidse — 

Peristedion, Lac.— 

P. niiniatuni, Goode 

longispatha, (i. & B 

imb«rbe, 1*007 



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CIX, 372 



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Cix,373 

CIV, 360, 361 

CVII, 368 

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Plato and iiijure. 



Page. 



Craniomi— Continued. 

Peristediidie — Continued. 

Peristedion, Lac. — Continued. 

P. gracile, G. & B , 

platycephalum, G. & B 

truncatiiiu, Gtlir 

moluccense, Hlkr 

Murray!, Gthr 

liorhynchuin, Gthr 

cataphractuni, (L.) 

Ri vers-Audersoni, Ale 

Taexiosomi: 

TracliypteridiE — 

Trachypterus, Gonan — 

T.'iris, (\Valb.),C. & V 

gry pburus, Lowe 

arcticus, (Br.), Nils 

Riippellii, Gthr 

liopterus, C. & V 

cristatus, Bonelli 

repaudus, (Met.), Costa 

Spiuolas C. & V 

altivolis, Kner 

altivelis, Hutton 

arawata, Clarke 

EegalecidiB — 

Begalecu.s, Brun. — 

R. glesne, Asc 

paeificus, Haass 

urgenteus, Huttou 

Stylephoridie — 

Stylephorus, Shaw — 

S. cbordatus. Shaw 

Hemibranchii: 

MacrorhamphosidsB — 

Macrorhamphosu.s, Lac. — 

M. scolopax, (L.) 

Aulostomidae — 

Aulostouia, Lac. — 

A. coloratum, M. & T 

chinense, L 

longipes, V 

Pediculati : 
Lophiidse — 

Lophius, Art. — 

L. piscatorins, L 

hudegassa, Sp 

Naresii, Gthr 

Lophiomus, Gill — 

L. setigenis, (NVahl), Gill 

Lophiodes, G. & B. — 

L. mutilus, (Ale.) 

lugubris, (Ale.) 

Anteunariid;e- • 

Pterophryne, Gill — 

P.histrio, (L.), Gill 

Antennarius, Cuv. — 

A. plenroi)hthalmu8, Gill 

Chauuax, Lowe — 

C. pictus, Lowe 

Ceratiida; — 

Ceratias, Kr. — 

C. Holbolli.Kr 

Diceratia,s, Gthr. — 

D. hispiuosus, Gthr 

Mancalias, Gill — 

M. uranoscopus, (Murray), Gill 

Shufeldtii, Gill '. 

Cryptopsaras, Gill — 

C. Couesii, Gill 

carunculatus, Gthr 

Oneirodes, Liitkeu — 

O. Escbrichtii, Liitkeu 

Paroueirodes, Ale. — 

P. gloinerosus, Ale 

Himaiitolophus, Rhdt — 

H. gra'ulaudicua, Khdt. (lig. uusuaniod ('. luiiihaidlii). 



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CXIV, 388 



CXV, 391 

cxvi,'3y2 



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CXVI,393,394 



CXVII, 396 



CXVII, 397 



CXVIII, 400 



CXVII, 398 
CXVII, 399 



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PuDicri.ATi — Continued. 
Ceratiul;!' — Continued. 
Corynidoiibiis, Gill — 

"C. Keiuhardtii,(Liitkcn), Gill 

jEgeDiiiclithys, Clarl<e — 

A. A])pelii, Clarke 

Melaiiocctns, Gthr. — 

M. Jobnsonii, Gtlir 

Liocetus, Gtlir. — 

L. Murray i, Gthr 

Linophryne, Collett — 

L. lucifer, Collett 

Caulopliryne, G. & B. — 

C. Jordaui, G. & B. (plate as C. sclusus). 
Oncbocephalida- — 

Onchoceplialus, (Fi.'fch.), Gill — 

O.radiatns, (Mitch.), G. & B 

vespertilio, (L.), G. & B 

Maltliopsis, Alc.^ 

M. luteus, Ale 

H.alieat;Ea, C. & V.— 

H. stellata, C.«&V 

cocciuea, Ale 

nigra, Ale 

spongiosa, Gilb 

fiimosn, Ale 

Halieutella, G. & B.— 

II. lappa, G. & B 

Dibrancbus, Peters — 

D. atlauticus, Peters 

nasutus. Ale 

luicropus, Ale 

Halicmetus, Ale. — 

H. ruber, Ale 

Halicuticbtbys, Poey — 

H. aculeatus, (Mitch.), Goode 

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LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 

Note — The actual size of the specimens from which the figures are drawn may, in moat instances, bo determined by tlio 
use of the inch marlt beneath the engraving, which in the photographic reduction of the drawing is reduced in the same 
proportion as thediawing itself. "Where this is not present, the scale of reduction is approximately indicated in tliis list 
of plates, except in the case of outlines copied from published figures and of largo species of very variable length, such as 
the sliarks and rays. 'Where no reference to length ajipears either upon the plate or in the list of ligurcs, it may be 
assumed that the iigure is of natural size, or nearly so. 



PLATE I. 

Text page. 

1. Myxiiie glutiiiosa, Liniiiius 2 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 23466, U. S. N. M. (Gloucester Donatiou No. 287), N. lat. 43^ 
33'. W. Ion. 52° 10', 300 fathoms. 

2. Myxiue australis, .Tenyua 3 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steainvr Albatross at Station 2770, 
in S. litt. 48 ' 37' 00", W. Ion. m- 46' 00", at a depth of 58 fathoms. 

3. Petromyzoii marinus, Linnteus 4 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 10654, U. S. N. M., collected at Wood's Holl, Mass., by Viual 
N. Edwards. 

PLATE II. 

4. Scymnorhiuus licliia, (Bounaterro), Bcra.aparte 7 

Drawing from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, PI. 142. 

5. Etmopterus pusilhis, (Lowe), Giinther 10 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake at Station cviii, off 
St. Kitt'.s, West Indies, in 208 fathoms. (About three-fourths natural size.) 

6. Scylliorhinus retifer, (Garmau), Jordan 10 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the .steamer Ilhile at Station cvii, olV 
Barbados. (Slightly reduced.) 

7. Centroscyllium Fabricii, (Reiuhardt), Milller and Henle 11 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 22879, IT. S. N. M., i-ollccted by George W. Scott, in N. lat. 
44- 23 , W. lou. 53-" 25', at a depth of 200 fathoms. 

PLATE III. 

8. Somniosus microcephalus, (Schneider), Goode and Beau 7 

Outline IVom Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, PI. CL.xii, Fig. 1. 

0. Echinorhiuus spinosus, (Gmelin), Blainville 8 

Outline from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. Ii, PI. ti.xii. Fig. 2. 

1((. Pristiurus melastomus, (Ratinesqne), Bon.aparte 20 

Drawing from Annales du Musde d'Hi.st. Nat. Paris, \ol. win, I'l. \ i. 

11. Centrophorus granulosus, Miiller and Henle 12 

Outline from Miilkr and Henle, Elasmobranchs, PI. 33. 

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2* DEKP-SEA FISHES UF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

PLATE IV. 

Text pa^f. 

V2. Scymnodon ringeus, Bocage and Capello 11 

Drawing from Bocage and Capollo, Peix. Plagiost., Vol. i, PI. i. Fig. 1. 

13. Centroscymuus ccelolepis, Bocage and Capello 14 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 26219, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hauk at 
Station 893, off Marthas Vineyard, N. lat. 39° !52' 20", W. Ion. 70'- 58' 00", in 372 fathoms. 
(About two-thirds natural size.) 

14. 15. Scylliorhinus retifer, (Garman ), Jordan 16 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 26745, U. S.N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk at 
Station 896, in N. lat. 37'- 26', W. lou. 74-^ 19', at a depth of 56 fathoms. 

PLATE V. 

Hi. Scylliorhinus profundorum, Goode and Beau 17 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from No. 35646, U. S. N. M., collected by the .steamer Albutrosx at 
Station 2234, in N. lat. 39"^ 09', W. Ion. 72° 03' 15", at a depth of 810 fathoms. 

17. Spiuax uiger, Bonajjarte 10 

Drawing from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica. 

1!<. Pseudotriacis microdon, Capello 18 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 32516, U. S. N. M., from Amagausett, N. Y., collected by 
.7. B. Edwards, keeper of Suffolk Life-Saving Station. (About one-seventeenth natural size.) 

19. Cetorhinus maximus, Gunner 21 

Drawing Irom Annales dii Mus^e d'Hist. Nat. Paris, Vol. XVlli, PI. \l; reeugraved from Fish. 
Ind., PL 249, upper figure. 

PLATE VI. 

20. Pristiurus atlanticus, Vaillaut 21 

Outline from Vaillant, Explorations Scientifiques du Travailleur et Talisman, PI. i, Fig. 1. 

21. Oxynotus centriua, (Liun;cus), Kafinesque !.'> 

Drawing from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, PI. 141. 

22. Chlamydoselachus anguineus, Garman 22 

Outline from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, PI. CLXXiv. 

PLATE VII. 

23. Raia Ackleyi, Garman 25 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hook, from No. 43726, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer BJakc ou 
Yucatan Banks, Gulf of Mexico. 

24. Raia Ackleyi ornata, Garman 2() 

Drawing by ,J. C. Van Hook, from No. 43727, U. S. N. M., from the Museum of Comparative 
Zoology, collected at a depth of 138-142 fathoms. (Slightly enlarged.) 

' PLATE VIII. 

25. Raia circularis, Couch 27 

Outline from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, PI. CLXXiv. 

26. Raia plutonia, G.arman 27 

Outline by ,T. C. Van Hook, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, in about N. lat. 
32°, W. Ion. 78°, at a depth of 229-334 fathoms. 

•' PLATE IX. 

27. Raia radiata, Donovan 25 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 23514, U. S. N. M., collected by the U. S. Fish Commission 
oft" Proviucetowu, Mass. (About four-sevenths natural size.) 

28. Raia hyperborea, Collett 28 

Outline from Collett, Fishes Norwegian North Atlantic Expedition, PI. ix. 

29. Raia Ijevis, Mi tchill 28 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21577, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Finh Hawk at 
Statiou 771, in Narragansett Bay, at a depth of 8i fathoms. 

30. Raia granulata, Gill 29 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by Capt. .Josei)h W. Collins, of the 
Gloucester fishing fleet, on Le Have Bank. (Al)out one-fourteenth natural size.) 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 3* 

PLATE X. 

Text iia|;r. 
;>1. Chimaera monstrosa, Liunseus ■*! 

Outline froiii ]5(inaparte, Fauna Italica, PI. 130. 
32. Chimera afEiiis, Ciipello 31 

Drawiiij; by H. L. Todd, fmiu a specimen collected on the southeastern portion of Le llavo 
Bank, in N. lat. 42° 40', AV. Ion. 63° 23'. (About one-seventh natural size.) 

33-35. Chimsera affinis, Capello 31 

Drawings by S. F. Denton, from a specimen collected by the schooner Cenleniiial, Capt. 1>. ('. 
Murphy, off Banquereiux, in N. lat. 43=- 46', W. Ion. 59'^ 19'. (Natural size.) 

36. Callorhyiichus aiitarcticus, (Linnieus) 32 

Outline from Zoology of Beechey's Voyage, PI. xxiii. 

PLATE XI. 

37, 3S. Harriotta Raleighaiia, Goode and Bean 33 

Drawiug.s by il. M. Smith, from No. 35631, U. S. N. SI., collected by the steamer Albalro^s at 
Station 2235, in N. lat. 39° 12' 00", W. Ion. 72° 03' 30", at a depth of 707 fathoms. 
39, 40. Harriotta Raleighana, Goode and Bean 33 

Drawings by 8. F. Denton, from No. 3.5520, IJ. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Jlbatroas, at 
Station 2210, in N. lat. 39' 37' 45", W. Ion. 71° 18' 45", at a depth of 901 fathoms. (About 
one and three-fourths natural size.) 

PLATE XII. 

41. Alepocephalus rostratus, Kisso 36 

Outline from Cuvier and Valenciennes, Histoire Naturelle de8 Poissons de la France, PI. 566. 

42. Alepocephalus uiger, Giinther 38 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. i.vi. 

43. Conooara macroptera, (Vaillant), Goode and Bean 39 

Outline from A'aillant, Expeditious Scieutiliques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xi, Fig. 2. 

41. Bathytroctes macrolepis, Giinther 41 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. i.vii, Fig. A. 

PLATE XIII. 

l."i. Alepocephalus Agassizii, Goode and Beun 37 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 33056, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at Sta- 
tion 2030, in N. lat. 39° 29' 45", \V. Ion. 71^ 43', at a depth of 588 fathoms. 

46. Alepocephalus productus, Gill 37 

Drawing liy H. I>. Todd, from type No. 33341, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at Station 2035, in N. lat. 39° 26' 16", W. Ion. 70° 02' 37 , at a depth of 1,362 fathoms. 

47. Alepocephalus Bairdii, Goode and Bean 38 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 22468, U. S. N. M. (Gloucester Donation No. 305), col- 
lected by Christian Johnson, of the schooner IVilliam Thompson, on the Grand Banks, in 200 
fathoms. (About one- fourth natural size.) 

48. Conocara McDonaldi, Goode and Bean 39 

Drawing by s. F. Denton, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake at Station CLXXii, 
in N. lat. 24° 36', W. Ion. 84° 05', at a <lopth of 955 fathoms. 

PLATE XIV. 

4!i. Bathytroctes autillarum, Goo<le and Bean 44 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from type No. 43739, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at Station 2394, in N. lat. 28° 38' 30", W. Ion. 87° 02', at a depth of 420 fathoms. 

50. Bathytroctes sequatoris, Goode and Bean 44 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin, from a specimen obtained by the steamer Albatross at Station 2793, 
in N. lat. 01' 03', \V. Ion. 80° 15', at a depth of 741 fathoms. 

51. Aleposomus Copei, Gill 47 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 3,3551, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
Station 2099, in N. lat. 37° 12' 20", W. Ion. 69° 39', at a depth of 2,949 fathoms. 



4* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF TlIK ATLANTIC BASIN. 

Text l>age. 

52. Pterothiissus gissu, llilgiiuldi f 51 

t)utliiio from (iiiiithLT, Cballeugcr Report, Vol. xxil, I'l. i.vi. Fig. A. (.Vboiit oiie-lialf natural 
size.; 

PLATE XV. 

5S. Platytroctes apns, Giiiither 46 

( lutliuc from ( Jiiiitbcr, Clialleuger Report, A'ol. xxii, I'l. l\ in. Fig. A. 

54. Anomalopterus pinguis, Vaillant 49 

( Hitlinc from Vaillant, Expeditions Scieutiti(|ues ilu Travaillcur et <lu Talisman, PI. xi, I''ig. 4. 

55. Aulastomatomorpha phosphorops, Alcock 50 

Outliui' from Wood-Mason, Natural History Notes from H. M. Indian survey steamer Invinthjutor, 
No. 21, Fig. 1. ((,>ne-luilf natural size.) 

50. Leptoderma luacrops, Vaillant 49 

Outline from N'aillant, Expeditions .Scieutiliciues du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xii, Fig. 2. 

 PLATE XVI. 

57. Xenodermichthys iiodulosus, iinther 46 

Outline from Giiutiher, Challenger Rejiort, Vol. xxii, PI. LVlii, Fig. C. 

58. Aleposomus socialis, ( Vaillant), Goode and Bean 48 

Outline from Vaillant, Expeditions Seientifiqnes du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xiii, Fig. 1. 

59. Microstoma rotundatum, (Risso), Gijnther 53 

Outline from Cuvier and Valenciennes, llistoire Naturelle des Poissons de la Franee, \ol. x\ in, 
PI. 544. 

60. Harpodou macrochir, Giintlier ,59 

Outline from Giintber, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. .XLVii, Fig. A. 

■PLATE XVII. 

61. Argentina silus, (Ascanius), Nilsson 52 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 37801, U. S. N. M., collected by E. II. Bunker, Fletchers Neck 
Life-Saving Station, Biddeford, Me. (About one-half natural size.) 

62. Argentina striata, ( ioode and Bean 52 

I'rawing by A. 11. Baldwin, from type No. 43858, LT. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at Station 2402, in N. lat. 28° 36', W. Ion. 85° 33' 30", at a depth of 111 fathoms. 

63. Bathylagus euryops, Goode and Bean 55 

Drawing liy A. H. Baldwin, from 31861, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross iu N, lat. 
39- 52', AV. Ion. 70° 30', at a depth of about 600 fathoms. 

64. Bathylagus Benedicti, Goode aud Bean 55 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer .Ulniiross at Station 2711, 
iu N. lat. 38° 59', W, lun, 70° 07', at a depth of 1,344 fathoms. 

PLATE XVIII, 

65,66. Bathysaurus ferox, Giinther 58 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from a specimen obtained by the steamer Blake at Station CCC'XLI, in 

N. lat. 39° 38' 20", W. Ion. 70° 56', at a depth of 1,241 fathoms. 

67, 68. Ipnops Murrayi, Giinther 67 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake at Station cc.xxxni, 

in N. lat. 24° 36', W. Ion. 84° 05', at a depth of 955 fathoms. (No. 67, three times natural size; 

No. 68, one and a half times.) 

69. Bathylaco nigricans, Goode and Bean 57 

Drawing liy A. H. Baldwin, from the type sijecimeu collected by the steamer Bhikc at Station 
xxxi.x, ofi' Santa Cruz, iu 2,393 fathoms. 

- PLATE XIX. 

70. Chlorophthalmus Agassizii, Bonaparte 60 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen ccdlected by the steamer Albatross at Station 2314, 
in N. lat, 32° 43', Vf. Ion. 77° 51', at a depth of 159 fathoms. 

71. Chlorophthalmus chalybeius, Goode 60 

Drawing by II, L, Todd, from No, 26092, U, S, N, M,, collected by the steamer Fish Hawk at 
Stations 876-878, oil' Marthas Vineyard, iu 120-1424 fathoms, (About one and a half times 
natural size.) 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 5* 

Text page. 
72. Chlorophthalmus truculentus, (ionde ami IJean 61 

Urawinj;' by M. M. Smith, fioiii the type specimen collected by the steamer Blake at Station i.ii, 
oft" Barbados, in 21S fathoms. 

7;!. Benthosaurus grallator, Goode and lican G2 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a speiimen collected by tin- steamer JIUilc ui. Station ci.xxix, 
in N. lat. 21-' 23', W. Ion. 84  2;S', at a depth of 1,850 fathoms. 

PLATE XX. 

74. Bathypterois dubius, Vaillant (il 

Outline from \'aillant, Expeditions Scientlfuiues du Travailleiir et du Talisman, I'l. ix. 

7."). Bathypterois quadrifilis, Giintber 6.5 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Jllake at Station ,\cvni, 
off' St. Vincent. 

711. Bathypterois loiigipes, Giinther 66 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from No. 3563.5, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Jlliatniss .-it 
Station 2225, in N. lat. 36 05 30", W. Ion. 69 ' 51' 45", at a depth 'of 2,512 fathoms. 

PLATE XXI. 

77. Rondeletia bicolor, Goode and Bean 68 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from type No. 38202, XL S. N. JI., collected by the steamer JIhulruioi at 
Station 2724, in N. lat. 36 47', W. Ion. 73- 25', at a depth of 1,641 fathoms. (Enlarged one- 
half, ) 

78. Cetomimus Gillii, Goode and Bean 69 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from type No. 35529, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Allialron-'i 
at Station 2206, in N. lat. 39'^ 35', W. Ion. 71'-' 24' 30", at a depth of 1,043 fathoms. 

79. Cetomimus Storeri, Goode and Bean 69 

Drawing ))y M. M. Smith, from type No. 35634, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatrum 
at Station 2222, in N. lat. 39" 03' 15", W. Ion. 70 ' 50' 45", at a depth of 1,535 fathoms. 

PLATE XXII. 

80. Myctophum. punctatum, Rafmesitue 71 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 23369, II. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Matt. Kyan and crew. 
Gloucester fishing fleet, on the Grand Bank. 

81 . Myctophum opaliuum, Goode and Bean '. 72 

Drawing by J. (!. Van Hook, from No. 43798, U. S. N. M., collected by the sti^anier Alhatruis 
at Station 2585, in N. lat. 39^ 08' 30", W. Ion. 72^ 17', at a depth of 542 fathoms. (Natural 
size.) 

82. Myctophum Humboldtii, (Eisso), Goode and Bean 73 

Drawing by ,1. C. Van Hook, from No. 43772, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer .llliiilrom 
at Station 2727, in N. lat. 36^ 35', W. Ion. 74 ' 03' 30", at a depth of 1,239 fatlioms. 

83. Myctophum Beuoiti, (Cocco), Goode and Bean 74 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected at Messina, Italy, by Prof. H. II. Giglioli. 

81 . Myctophum remiger, Goode and Bean 75 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hook, from type No. 4.3792, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alhairosn 
at Station 257.i, in N. lat. 40-^ 34' 18", W. Ion. 66 09' 00", at a depth of 1,712 fathoms. 

85. Benthosema Miilleri, Goode and Beau 76 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin, from No. 28839, U. S. N. M., i-ollectcd by the steamer Fish Ifiin'l: 
at Station 953, in N. lat. 39" 52' 30", W. Ion. 70 17' 30", at a depth of 724 fathoms. 

'^LATE XXIII. 

86. Lampanyctus crocodilus, (Risso), Goode and Bean 7!( 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected at Nice, ami olitained tliroiigh tin- 
Royal Zoological Museum at Florence, Italy. 

87. Lampanyctus Gemellarii, (Cocco), Goode and Beau KO 

Drawing liy A. H. Baldwin, from No. 44170, l'. S. N. M., olitained from Messina by Prol. 11.11. 
Giglioli, director of the Royal Zoologi(^al Museum, Florence, Italy. 

88. Lampanyctus gemmifer, Goode and Bean SO 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin, from type No. 3.5()04, tl. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albairosti 
at Station 2201, in N. lat. 39 39' 45 \ \V. Ion. 71 35' 15", at a depth of .53S fathoms. 



6* DEEP-SEA FISHKS OF 'I'HR ATLANTIC rsASIN. 

'plate XXIV. 

Text paj^e. 

89. Lampanyctus lacerta, Goode and Bean si 

Unnviug by A. H. Baldwin, from tj'pe No. 4377X, I'. S. N. M., colleeted by tliesteaiiiev Alhalrais 
at Station 2401, in N. lat. 28^ 38' 30", W. Ion. 8.5^ 52' 30", at a depth of 112 fathoms. 

90. Lampanyctus Guntheri, Goode and Bean 7!l 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 43777, U. S. N. M., (Gloucester Donation No. 199), 
collected by the schooner John Smith, Capt. Peter Johnson, on Georges Bank, in 45 fathoms. 

91. Ceratoscopelus maderensis, (Lowe), Goode and Bean 82 

Drawing l>y .T. ('. Van Hook, from No. 43776, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at Station 2528, in N. lat. 41° 47', W. Ion. 65° 37' 30", at a depth of 677 fathoms. (Nearly 
twice natural size.) 

92. Lampanyctus alatus, Goode and Bean 79 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 43769, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alba- 
tross at Station 2393, in N. lat. 28° 43', W. Ion. 87° 14' 30", at a depth of 525 fathoms. 

93. Diaphus theta, Eigeumaun and Eigenmann 89 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from the type specimen taken at moderate depth ott" Point Loma, 
near San Diego, Cal. 

'' PLATE XXV. 

94. Notoscopelus resplendens, (Richardson), Goode and Bean 83 

Copied by A. H. Baldwin, from Richardson, Voyageof the Erebus and Terror, PI. xxvil. Fig. 16. 

95. Notoscopelus castaneus, Goode and Beau X\ 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 31706, U. S.N. M., collected by the steamer Fish 
Hawk at Station 1113, in N. lat. 39° 57', W. Ion. 70° 37', at a depth of 192 fathoms. 

96. Notoscopelus caudispinosus, (Johnson), Goode and Bean 84 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 43768, U. 8. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
Station 2569, in N. lat. 39° 26', W. Ion. 68° 03' 30", at a depth of 1,782 fathoms. 

TLATE XXVI. 

97. Notoscopelus querciuus, Goode and Bean 83 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 43789, U. S. N. M., (Gloucester Donaticm No. 822), 
collected by Capt. Frank Carroll and crew, of the schooner Polar TVave, oft' St. Peter's and 
Banqnereux. 

98. Notoscopelus margaritiferus, Goode and Bean S4 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 43774, U. S. N. M., (Gloucester Donation 404), collected 
by Capt. G. H. Curtis and crew, of the schooner Conductor, in N. lat. 44° 10', W. Ion. 58°, at 
a depth of 300 fathoms. 

99. Lampadena speculigera, Goode and Bean 85 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hook, from type No. 43797, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish 
Hawk at Station 797, oS' Newport, R. I., at a depth of 16i fathoms. 

100. CoUettia Rafinesquei, (Cocco), Goode and Bean 88 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 33350, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
Station 2099, in N. lat. 37° 12' 20", W. Ion. 69° 39' 00", at a deptli of 2,949 fathoms. 

''plate xxvii. 

101. .Sithoprora metopoclampa, (Cocco), Goode and Beau 86 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the ateameT Albatross at Station, 2127, 
in N. lat. 19° 45', W. Ion. 75° 04' 00", at a depth of 1,639 fathoms; and a specimen from Mes- 
sina, obtained from Prof. H. H. Giglioli, director of the Royal Zoological Museum, Florence, 
Italy. 

102. iEthoprora lucida, Goode and Bean 87 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 44084, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
Station 2127, in N. lat. 19° 45', W. Ion. 75° 04' 00", at a depth of 1,639 fathoms. 

103. .SSthoprora effulgens, Goode and Bean 87 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 43770, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Cuddy and crew of 
the schooner Joseph 0., on Brown's Bank. 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGUKES. 7 * 

^LATE XXVIII. 

Text pa<;e. 

101. Rhmoscopelus Coccoi, (Cocco), Goode and Bean 90 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hook, from Xo. 43822, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
in a towing net, in N. lat. 3SP, W. Ion. 72^. (About twice natural size.) 

105. Tarletoubeaula tenua, Eigenuiauu and Eigenmann ?<!• 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 41882, U. S. X. M., collected by C. H. Eigenmaun, <.H' 
Point Loma, near San Diego, Cal. 

lot). Dasyscopelus asper, (Richardson), Goode and Beau 92 

Copied by A. H. Baldwin, from Kichardson, Voyage of the Erebus and Terror, PI. xxvil, i ig. 
105. 

107. Blectrona Rissoi, (Cocco), Goode and Bean 91 

Drawing by A. II. I'.aldwin, fromNo. 40062, U. .S. N. M., from the Central Collection of Italian 
Vertebrata, Royal Zoological Museum, Florence, Italy. (Enlarged about oue-half.) 

PLATE XXIX. 

108, 109. NTeoscopelus macrolepidotus, Johnson 93 

Drawings by M. M. .Smith, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at .Station xi.i, oft' 
Dominique, in 333 fathoms. 

110. Nannobrachium McDonaldi, Goode and Bean ^ 94 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 35445, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
Station 2182, iuN. lat. 39° 25' 30", W. Ion. 71' 44", at a depth of 861 fathoms. 

PLATE XXX. 

111. MauroUcus borealis, (Nilsson), Olinther 90 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross, at Station 
2102, in N. lat. 28= 36', W. Ion. 85^ 33', at a depth of 111 fathoms. 

112. Opisthoproctus soleatus, Vaillant 95 

Drawing from Vaillant, Expeditious Scientifiques dn Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xiv, Fig. 
1. (Nearly four times natural size.) 

113. Ichthyococcus ovatus, (Cocco), Bonaparte 95 

Outline from Vaillant, Expeditious Seieutitiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xiv. Fig. 2. 

114. Cyclothone microdon, (Giinther), Goode and Bean 99 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 29833, U. S. N. M., collected ^by the steamer Fish Hawk, at 
Station 953, off Marthas Vineyard, in N. lat. 39° 52' 30", W. Ion. 70=' 17' 30", at a depth of 724 
fathoms. (Nearly twice natural size.) 

 PLATE XXXI. 

115. Chauliodus Sloanil, Schneider 96 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 23420, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Chirrlcs Anderson and 
crew, of the Gloucester fishing fleet, in N. lat. 42- 08', W. lou. 65^ 35', at a depth of 185 fath- 
oms. (About one-half natur.al size.) 

116. Gouostoma denudatiun, Rafincsciue 98 

Drawing from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, folio 119. Fig. 1. 

117. Gonostoma brevidens, Kner and Steindachner 98 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 33368, U. S. N. M., collected by the ste.amer Albatross, at Sta- 
tion 2077, in N. liit. 41>^ 09' 40", W. Ion. 66° 02' 20", at a depth of 1,255 fathoms. (Slightly 
reduced.) 

118. Cyclothone bathyphila, (Vaillant), Goode and Bean 100 

Drawing by X. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross, at Station 2534, 
in N. lat. 40° 01', W. lou. 67° 29' 15", at a depth of 1,234 fathoms. 

. PLATE XXXII. 

119. Cyclothone elongata. (Giinther), Goode and Bean 101 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin, from Xo. 3.3291, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatros-, at 
Station 2039, in N. lat. 38° 19' 26", W. Ion. 68° 20' 20", at a depth of 2,369 fathoms. (Naarly 
twice natural size.) 

120. Bouapartia pedaliota, Goode and Bean 102 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the type specimens, collected by the steamer Albatross, at Sta- 
tion 2642, in N. lat. 25° 20' 30", W. Ion. 79° 58', at a depth of 217 fathoms. (Enlarged about 
one-half.) 



8* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

Text paye. 

121. Yarrella Blackfordii, Goode and Beau 103 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from typo No. 41242, U. S. N. 11., collected by the steamer AUia- 
trosK, at Statiou2376, iuN. lat. 29° 03' 15", W. lou. 88° 16", at a depth of 324 fathoms. (Slightly 
reduced.) 

122. Photichthys argenteus, Huttou 104 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. XLV. (Aboutoue-half natural size.) 

^PLATE XXXIII. 

123. Astrouesthes niger, Richardson 105 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 34538, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Field, on a voyage 
from Mogador to New York, and presented to the National Museum by Mr. E. G. Blackford. 

124. Antronesthes gemniifer. Goode and Bean 105 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 24645, U. S. N. M., obtained by the schooner Polar 
Wave from the stomacli of a halibut, in N. lat. 44° 25', W. Ion. 53° 12', at a depth of 300 fathoms. 

125. Astronesthes Richardsonii, Poey 100 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from No. 35510, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
Station 2202, in N. lat. 39° 38' 00 ', W. Ion. 71° 39' 45", at a depth of 515 fathoms. 

• PLATE XXXIV. 

126. Diplophos taenia, Giinther 104 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. .xxil, PI. iv., (Enlarged nearly live times.) 

127. Stomias ferox, Reinhardt 107 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 23360, U. S. N. M. (Gloucester donation No. 490), collected 
by Capt. David Cammel and crew, of the Gloucester fishing fleet, at East Banqnereux. 
(Three-fifths natural size.) 

128. Stomias boa, (Risso), Cuvier lOS 

Drawing from Cuvier and Valenciennes, Histoire Naturelle des Poissous, Vol. xviii, PI. 545. 

129. Stonuas affinis, Giinther 108 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. liv, Fig. A. 

 PLATE XXXV. 

130. Echiostoma barbatum, Lowe 109 

Drawing by S. F. Deutou, from No. 35624, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
Station 2236, in N. lat.'394 11' 00", W. Ion. 72^ 08' 30", at a deptli of 636 fathoms. (Enlarged 
one-third.) 

131. Echiostoma margarita, Goode and Bean 109 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 39282, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alba- 
Irons, at Station 2394, iu N. lat. 28° 38' 30", W. Ion. 87° 02', at a depth of 420 fathoms. 

132. Opostomias micripnus, Giinther - 110 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. x.xii, PI. Llll, Fig. A. (About one-half 
natural size.) 

133. Grammatostomias dentatus, Goode and Bean 110 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from typo No. 37370, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at Station 2565, in N. lat. 38'^ 19' 20", W. Ion. 69° 02' 30", at a depth of 2,069 fathoms. 
(Slightly enlarged.) 

VlATE XXXVI. 

134. Pachystomias microdon Giinther Ill 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. Liii. 

135. Eustomias obscurus, Vaillant HI 

Outline from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientiticiues du Travaillcur et du Talisman, I'l. viii. Fig. 3. 

136. Bathophilus uigerrimus, Giglioli HI 

Outline from Giglioli, "Pclagos." (Enlarged one-third. ) 

137. Photonectes gracilis, Goode and Bean 1 12 

Drawing by M. M. Smitli, from the type specimen collected by the steamer Blake at Station x«, 
off Martinique, in 472 fathoms. 

-PLATE XXXVII. 

138. Malacosteus niger. Ay res 1 14 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 32169 U. S. N. M. (Gloucester Donation, No. 797). collected liy 
Capt. Charles Anderson and crew of the schooner Alice G. JVoiisoii, on the northeastern edge 
of Georges Bank, iu 125 fathoms. (Enlarged two-thirds.) 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 9* 

Text page. 

139. Malacosteus choristodactylus. Vaillaiit 114 

Drawing from Vaillaut, Expeditious 8i-icntili(iiies dii Travailleur et du Talisman, V\. via. 
( Slightly enlarged.) 

140. Photostomias Guernei, Collett 115 

Outline from Liitkeu, Spolia Atlautica, \>. 281. (Three and a half times natural size.) 

141. Thaumatostomias atrox, Aleock 115 

Drawing from Alcock, Auuals and Magazine of Natural History, Vol. vi, PI. viii, Fig. 7. 

PLATE XXXVIII. 

142. Alepisaurus ferox, Lowe 117 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 20,593 U. S. N. M., olitaiued in a New York market by E. G. 
lilaekford. 

143. Paralepis borealis, (Reiuhardt), .lordan and Gilbert 119 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen in the Academy of Natural Sciences, Montreal, 
Canada. 

143A. Paralepis coregonoides, Risso 119 

Outline from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, PI. xxvii. 

144. Sudis hyalina, Ralliuesque 121 

Outline from Bon.aparte, Fauna Italica, PI. xxvii. 

145. Odoutostomus hyaliuus, Cocco 121 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, Pi. Lii, Fig. A. 

•PLATE XXXIX. 

146. Stemoptyx diaphaua, Lowe 124 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen obtained by the steamer [Hnkf at Station cccxvi, in 

N. lat. 32° 07', \V. Ion. 78-- 37' 30", at a depth of 229 fathoms. 

14615. Sternoptyx diaphana, Lowe 124 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, fromaspecimeu collected by thtsteamer /j'/atc at Station cccx.Kiii, in 

N. Int. 33- 19', \V. Ion. 70^= 12' 30", at a depth of 457 fathoms. 

147. Argyropelecua hemigymnus, Cocco 126 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Alhatroxn at Station 
2117, in N. lat. 15'-" 24' 40 ", W. Ion. 63= 31' 30 ", at a depth of 683 fathoms. 

148. 148A. Argyropelecua Olfersii, (Cuvier), Cuvier and Valenciennes 126 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 33393 U. S. N. M., collected at Station 2075. in N. lat 41- 
40' 30", \V. Ion. 65^ 35' 00", at a dejith of 855 fathoms. (Natural size.) 

149. Polyipnus spiiiosus, Giinther '. 128 

l>rawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 37860 IT. S. N. M., collected by the steamer AUialnjss at 
Station 2393, in N. lat. 28^ 43' 00", W. lou. 87- 14' 30", at a depth of 525 fathoms. (Twice 
natural size.) 

•^PLATE XL. 

150. Omosudis Lowei, Giinther 122 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. .\xii. Pi. Lii. 

151. Idiacauthus ferox, Giinther 129 

Outline from Ganther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. lii. Fig. D. 

1.52. Halosaurus Owr,eui, .lohnson 130 

Drawii'g by A. II. Baldwin, from No. 34418 U. S. N. M., colh^cted by the ste:imor Alhulriisx at 
station 2181, in N. lat. 39- 29', \V. Ion. 71^ 46', at a depth of 693 fathoms. 

153. Halosaurus Johnsouiauus, Vaillant 131 

Drawing from Vaillaut, ExpeiUlious Scientiliques du TravaiUeiir ct dii Talisuian, I'l. xv, 
Fig. 2. 

'PLATE XLI. 

154. Aldrovandria rostrata, (Giinther), Goode and Bean 132 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxil, I'l. i.ix. 

155. 155A. Aldrovandia macrochira, (Giinther), Goode and Bean 133 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer lilukv .at .Station i.iii, oil 
Havana, in 242 fathoms. 

1,56. Aldrovandia phalacrus, ( Vaillantl, Goode ,ind Bean 134 

Drawiug from \'aillaut, Expc;ditions .Scientiliiiues du Travailleur el dn I'alisman, I'l. xvi. 



10* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

 PLATE XLII. 

Text pago. 

157. Aldrovandia gracilis, Goode and Beau Kll 

JJrawiug by S. F. Denton, from a specimen collected by the stciimer Illakr at Station i.xx, off 
Guadalupe, at a depth of 769 fathoms. (About one-half natural size.) 

158. Aldrovandia pallida, Goode and Bean 13.") 

Drawing liy I[. L. Todd, from the type specimen collected by the Steamer Blake at Station 
CLXxiii, in N. lat. L'4= 3{i', W. Ion. 84° 05', at a depth of 955 fathoms. (About seven-twelftlis 
natural size.) 

159. Congermurjeua flava, Goode and Bean i'^X 

Dra-sving by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatrosa at Stations 2121 and 
2122, between N. lat. 10° 37' 40 ", W. Ion 61° 42' 40", and N. lat. 10-" 37' 00", W. Ion. 61° 44' 22", 
at a depth of 31 to 34 fathoms. (Five-sevenths natural size.) 

160. Uroconger viciuus, Vaillant 138 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer J /6rt(ro«.v at Station 2161, in 
N. lat. 23° 10' 36", W. Ion. 82° 20' 28", at a depth of 146 fathoms. (Slightly reduced.) 

' PLATE XLIII. 

161. Simenchelys paiasiticus, Gill 139 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21673, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. N. McPheo, of the 
Gloucester iishing fleet, near Sable Island Bank. (Seven-tenths natural size.) 

162. Ilyophis brumieus, Gilbert 141 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 44403, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alba- 
tross, off the Galapagos Islands. 

163. Hoplunnis Diomedianus, Goode and Bean ;,. 146 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hook, from type No. 44240, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer AWa- 
iross at Station 2402, in N. lat. 28° 36', W. Ion. 86° 50', at a depth of 111 fathoms. 

 PL.ATE XLIV. 

164. Synaphobranchus pinnatus, (Gronovius), Giinther 143 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21681, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Olsen, of the Gloucester 
tisliing fleet, on Le Have Bank. (Three-fifths natural size.) 

165. Histiobranchxis infernalis, Gill 145 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 38205, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alhatrnss at Sta- 
tion 2727, in N. lat. 36° 35', W. Ion. 74° 03' 30", at a depth of 1239 fathoms. 

166. Pisoodonophis cruentifer, Goode and Bean 117 

Drawing by A. H.Baldwin, from No. 28938, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Huick 
at Station 1035, in N. lat. 39° 57', W. Ion. 69° 28', at a depth of 120 fathoms. (Slightly re- 
duced.) 

167. Myrus pachyrhynchus, Vaillant 148 

Drawing from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientifiques du TravaiUeur et du Talisman. PI. v. Fig. 1. 
(About one-half natural size.) 

168. Venefica procera, (Goode and Bean), Jordan and Davis 149 

Drawing by H.L.Todd, from a specimen collected by the Blake at Station ci.iii, in N. lat. 
16° 43' 45", W. Ion. 62° 16' 12", at a depth of 303 fathoms. (Seven-twelfths natural size.) 

169, 169A, B. Derichthys serpentinus. Gill 161 

Drawings liy H. L. Todd, from type No. 33.523, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at station 2094, in N. lat. 39° 44' 30", W. Ion. 71° 04', at a depth of 1,022 fathoms. 

PLATE XLVI. 

170. Nemlchthys scolopaceus. Richardson 152 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by William Parsons, on East Georges Bank. 

171. Labichthys carinatus, Gill and Kyder 1.53 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 33369, II. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alba- 
tross, at station 2076, in N. lat. 41° 13', \V. Ion. 65° 33' .30", at a depth of 906 fathoms. (Slightly 
reduced.) 

172. Labichthys elongatus, (!ill and Ryder. . . : 153 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 33.577, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alba- 
tross, at station 2100, in N. lat. 39° 22', W. Ion. 68° 34' 30", at a depth of 1,628 fathoms. 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 1 1 * 

/PLATE XLVII. 

Text page. 

17:1. Labichthys infans, (Giinther), Gonde aud Bean 153 

Drawiuf; by A. 1[. Baklwiii, from type No. 41239, U. S. N. M , collected by the stenmer Alba- 
tross, at .station 2859, in N. lat. 55'^ 20', W. Ion. 136=- 20', at a depth of 1,.569 fathoms. (Ahout 
o7ie-half natural size.) 

174. Labichthys infaas (after Giinther) 1.54 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxil, PI. LXiii. 

175. Serrivomei Beanii, Gill and Ryder 155 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 33383, (J. S. N. M., collected l>y the steamer .■Ubiilrims, at 
station 2075, in N. lat. 41° 40' 30", \V. Ion. 6.5° 28' 30", at a depth of 855 fathoms. (About 
one and two-thirds natural size.) 

PLATE XLA'III. 

17f>. Cyema atrum, Giinther 154 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. x.xii, PI. i,iv, Fig. D. (About natural size.) 

177. Eurypharyiix pelecanoides, Vaillant 159 

Drawing from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientifiques du Travailleur et du Tali.sman, PI. xvii. 
(About one-half natural size.) 

178. Saccopharynx flagellum, Mitchill 157 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. L.xvi. (Enlarged about one-half.) 

^ PLATE XLIX. 

179,180. Saccopharynx flagellum, Mitchill 157 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 37988, U. S. N. M., collected by the .steamer Albatross, at 
station 2717, in N. lat. 38= 24', W. Ion. 71° 13', at a dei>th of ],615 fathoms. (No. 179, one- 
tliii-d natural size; No. 180, one-half.) 

181, 182. Gastrostomus Bairdii, Gill and Ryder 1.59 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 33386, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at sta- 
tion 2074, in N. lat. 41° 43', W. Ion. G5° 21' 50", at a depth of 1,309 fathoms. 

■^LATE L. 

183. Notacanthus nasus, Bloch 164 

Drawing from Cuvier and Valenciennes, Histoire Naturelle des Poissons de la France, PI. 241. 

184. Notacanthus aualis, Gill 165 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37856, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at station 2677, in N. lat. 32° 39', W. Ion. 76° 50' 30", at a depth of 478 fathoms. (About one- 
half natural size.) 

185. Notacanthus Bonapartii, Risso 166 

Drawing from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientifir|ues du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xxvii, 
Fig. 2. (Reduced about one-third.) ^ 

186. Notacanthus phasganorus, Goode 167 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 25972, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Briggs Gilpatrick, 
of the schooner Gollierer, from the stomach of a Ground-shark, on the Grand Bank of Newfound- 
land. (One-fourth natural size.) 



.^ 



PLATE LI. 



187. Gigliolia Moseleyi, Goode and Bean 169 

Drawing from Giinther, Chiillenger l\('pi)ri. Vol. xxii, PI. L.xi, Fig. C. (One-half natural size.) 

188. Polyacanthonotus Rissoanus (De Filippi and Verany), Giinther 170 

Drawing from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientifiques du Travailleur et clu Talisman, PI. xxvii. 

189. Macdonaldia rostrata, (CoUett), (Joode and Bean 171 

Drawing by M. M. .Smith, from type No. 3.5601, U.S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at station 2216, in N. lat. 39° 47', W. Ion. 70° 30' 30", at a depth of 963 fatlionis. 

190. Lipogenys G-illii, fJoode aud Bean 173 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 39212, U. S. N. M., collected by the ateanier Albatross, at sta- 
tion 2742, in N. lat. 37° 46' 30", W. ion 73° 56' 30", at a depth of 865 fathoms. (About one- 
half natural size.) 



12* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

r PLATE LII. 

Text page. 

191A, B. Notacanthus analis, Gill 165 

Diawiiirrs by A. H. Haldwin, from No. 37856, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alhatross, at 
statiou 2t)77, in N. lat. n'J :W, \V. Ion. 76° 50' 30", a,t a depth of 478 fathoms. 
192A, B. Notacanthus sexspinis, liicliardson 11'3 

Drawings from GUnther, Challenger Eeport, Vol. xxii, PI. i.xi. Fig. a. 
193. Gigliolia Moseleyi, Goode and Bean 16*' 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Keport, Vol. x.\ii. PI. i,xi, Fig. C. 
194A, B. Polyacanthonotus Rissoanus, (De Filippi and Verany), Giinther 170 

Drawings from (iiinther, (challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. i.xi. 
195A, B. Macdonaldia rostrata, (Collett), Goode and Bean l"! 

Drawings bv A. H. Baldwin, from Nos. 35601-2, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albntrons, 
at station 2216, in N. lat. 39-^ 47', W. Ion. 70° 30' 30", at a depth of 963 fathoms. 

196A, B. Lipogenys Gillii, Goode and Beau 173 

Drawings by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 39212, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alhatross, at 
station 2742, in N. lat. 37^ 40' 30 ", W. lou. 73^ 56' 30", at a depth of 865 'fathoms. 

PLATE Lin. 

197. Beryx splendens, Lowe 176 

Drawing by JI. M. Smith, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross, at station 2415, 
in N. lat. 30^ 44', W. Ion. 79" 26', at a depth of 440 fathoms. 

198. Melamphaes typhlops, (Lowe), Giinther 177 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Eeport, Vol. xxil, PI. v, Fig. A. 

199. Scopelogadus codes, Vailhant 182 

Drawing from Vaillaut, Expeditions Scientifiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xxvi. 
(Slightly reduced.) 

200. Poromitra capito, Goode and Beau 183 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a .specimen collected by the steamer llhilcc, at station cccxxviii, 
iu N. lat. 34° 28' 45", W. lou. 75° 22' 50", at a depth of 1,632 fathoms. (Two and two- 
sevenths natural size.) 
200A. Plectromus crasaiceps, (Giiuther), Goode and Bean 180 

Drawing from GUnther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. V'lll, Fig. li. 

PLATE LIV. 

201. Plectromus suborbitalis, Gill 179 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 33271, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alltatross, 
at statiou 2036, in N. lat. 38° 52' 40", W. Ion. 69° 24' 40", at a depth of 1,735 fathoms. (One 
and three-fifths natural size.) 

202. Plectromus Beanii, (GUnther), Goode and Beau 179 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 33378, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2075, in N. lat. 41" 40' 30", W. Ion. 65° 35', at a depth of 855 fathoms. 

203. Anoplogaster cornutus, (Cuvier and Valenciennes), Giinther 184 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 33559, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2101, iu N. lat. 39^ 18' 30", W. Ion. 68° 24', at a depth of 1,680 fathoms. 



PLATE LV. 



.^04, 204A. Caulolepis longidens, Gill 185 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from No. 33270, IT. S. N. M., collected by tlie steamer Albatruis at 
station 2034, in N. lat. 39° 27' 10", VV. Ion. 69° 56' 20", at a depth of 1,346 fathoms. 

205. Stephanoberyx Monae, (iill 180 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from Xo. 33115 U. S. N. M., collected liy the steamer .llbcitn>s.'< at 
statiou 2077, in N. lat. 40- 09' 40", W. Ion. 66- 02' 20 ", at a depth of 1,255 fathoms. (About 
three times natural size.) 

i'LATE LVI. 

206. Stephanoberyx Gillii, Goode and Beau 1>!7 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd, from type No. 3.3555, U. S. \. M.. collicted l>y the steamer .Ubiilro!<K at 
statiou 2099, iu N. lat. 37-^ 12' 20", W. lou. 09 39 00 , at a deiith of 2.9i I fatlioms 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 13* 

Text page. 

207. Trachichthys Darwinnii, Johnson 188 

Diawini; fniiii Steindacliner and Dirdcrlein. Deukschrift d. k. Akademie d. Wissenscbafteu 

\'nl. XL\1I, ri. II. 

208. Hoplostetlius mediterraneus, L'uvier and Valenciennes 189 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 43624, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2659, in N. lat. 28^ 32', W. Ion. 78-^ 42', at a depth of 509 fathoms. 

^-PLATE LVII. 

209. Thyrsitops violaceus, Bean 19.5 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from typo No. 39287, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Thomas 
Thompson, of the Gloucester fishing fleet, on Le Have Bank, at a depth of 125 fathoms. 

(()ue-.seventh natural size.) 

210. Ruvettus pretiosus, Cocco 196 

Drawing by J. C. Van Hook, from a specimen collected by Capt. Thompson of the schooner 
M. A. Baston on Georges Bank. 

211. Epiunula magistralis, Poey 198 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 37238, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross in the 
Carribbean Sea. (About one-third natural size.) 

212. Dicrotas parvipiniiis, Goode and Bean 201 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the tjpe specimen, collected by the steamer Albatross at station 
2601, ofl' Cape Hatteras, in N. lat. 34° 39' 15", W. Ion. 75^^ 33' 30", at a depth of 107 fathoms. 

■■' PLATE LVIII. 

213. Lepidopus caudatus, (Euphrascn), White 203 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 10115, U. S. N. JI., collected by John Xantus, off Cape 
St. Lucas. 

214. B voxymetopon taeuiatus, Poey 204 

Drawiuii b.\ H. L. Todd, from No. 5735, U. S. N. M., collected by Prof. Fdlipe Poey at Havana, 
Cuba. (About two-ninths natural size.) 

215. Benthodesmus atlanticus, Goodc and Bean 205 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 29116, U. S. N. M., taken from the stomach of a halibut, 
by Capt. R. Morrison, of the schooner Laura X'elson, on the west edge of the Grand Bank of 
Newfoundland, in 8(M'athom3. (About one-third natural size.) 

 PLATE LIX. 

216. Aphanopus carbo, Lowe 207 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. XXII, PI. vil, Fig. A. 

217. Trichiurus lepturus, Linmeus 208 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 18028, U. S. N. M., collected by Dr. Janeway, U. S. Navy, at St. 
Augustine, Fla. 

218. Pteraclis carolinus, Cuvier and Valenciennes 212 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 37861, U. S. N. M., collected by the .steamer Albatross at station 
2660, iuN.lat.28- 40' 00", W. Ion. 78^ 46' 00",at a depth of 504 fathoms. (Enlarged one-half.) 

 PLATE LX. 

219. Coryphaena hippurus, Linna>u8 (old male) 209 

Dra wiug by H. L. Todd, from No. 16482, U. S. N. M., obtained in Fulton Market, New York City, 
by E. G. Blackford. 

220. Coryphaena Uippui-us, Linnanis (young) 209 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 16484, U. S. N. M., obtained in the Fultou Market, New York 
City, by E. O. Blacklbrd. 

220. A, B. Coryphasna hippurus, Linnaius 209 

Sketches from Liitken, Spolia Atlantica, I, p. 486. 

' PLATE LXI. 

221. Grammicolepis brachiusculus, Poey 218 

Coi)ied from a drawing by Shufeldt, Journal of Morphology, Vol. ii. (One-third natural 
size.) 



1-4* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

Text pajje. 

222. Centrolophua pompilus, (Gineliu), Cuvier and Valeucieuues 214 

Drawing by S. F. Dentuii, from a specimen obtained at Dennis, Mass., by Viual N. Edwards. 
(About two-thirds natural size.) 

223. Schedophilus medusophagus, Cocco 214 

Drawing from Uiiutlier, Transactions of the Zoological Society of London, Vol. xi. PI. LX vii. 

'PLATE LXII. 

224. Icosteus enigmaticus, Lockington 21,5 

Drawing by GUnther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxil, PI. XLiv. (Slightly reduced.) 

225. Acrotus Willoughbyi, Bean 217 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 39340, U. S. N. M., collected off the coast of Washington, 
by Charles Willoughby. (About one-ninth natural size.) 

226. Icichthys Lockingtonii, .Jdrdan and Gilbert 216 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 27397, U. S. N. M., collected off the coast of Washington, 
(Slightly reduced.) 

PLATE LXIII. 

227. Noineus Grouovii, (Gmelin), Giinther I'lHi 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatrosn at station 2647, in 
N. lat. 25-^ 48' 00", W, Ion. 80'^ 04' 00", at a depth of 85 fathoms. (Enlarged one-third.) 

228. Psenes pellucidus, Liitken 221 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from No. 3.541.5, U.S.N, M,, collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2171, in N, lat, 37° 59' 30", W, Ion, 73" 48' 40", at a depth of 444 fathoms, 

229. Pseiies maculatus, Liitken 221 

Drawing liy H. L. Todd, from No. 39329, U. S. N. M,, collected by the steamer Albatrou at sta 
tion 2628, in N, lat, 32° 24', W. Ion. 76° 55' 30", at a depth of 528 fathoms. (Nearly twice 
natural size,) 

 PLATE LXIV. 

230. Luvarus imperialis, Kafinesque 222 

Outline from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, PL XLiii. 

231. Glossamia pandioiiis, Goode and Bean 231 

Drawn l)y H, L. Todd, from type No, 26628, U, S. N. M,, collected by the steamer Fish Hank at 
station 897, in N. lat. 37° 25', W. Ion. 74° 18', at a depth of 1571 fathoms. (Enlarged about 
one-fourth.) 

232. Verilus sordidus, Poey 240 

Drawing by A, H, Baldwin, from No. 12.56.5, U. S. N. M., collected by Prof. Felipe Pocy, off 
Cuba. (Slightly less than one-half natural size.) 

"plate lxv. 

233,233A, B. Cyttus hololepis, Goode and Bean 225 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from type No. 39296, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at station 2358, in N. lat. 20° 19', W. Ion. 87° 03' .30", at a depth of 220 fathoms. (.Enlarged 
nearly one-half.) 

234, Diretmus argeuteus, Johnson 21i 

Drawing from Johnson, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, PI. xxx\i. 

235, Antigonia capros, Lowe 229 

Drawings from Temminck and Schlegel, Fauna Japonica, PI, XLii. 

' PLATE LXVI, 

236, Epigonus occideutalis, Goode and Bean 233 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the steamer Blake at station 
Liv, off Barbadoes, in 2.37 fathoms, (Natural size,) 

237, Hypoolydoiiia bella, Goode and Bean 236 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 39338, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2426, in N. l.at. 36° 01' 30", W. Ion. 74° 47' 30", at a depth of 93 fathoms. (About one 
and two-thirds natural size.) 

238, Polyprion americanum, (Schneider), Jordan 238 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the U. S. Fish Commission, on the Grand 
Bank. 



LIST OF PLATES A.ND FIGURES. !•) 

Toxi i)ag»' 

239,240. Pseudopriacanthus altus, Gill 242 

Drawings by H. L. Toilil, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross at station 2606, 
in N. lat. 34° 35' 15", W. Ion, 75° 52' 00", at a fleptli of 25 fiUb.mis. (No. 239, fight times 
natural size; No. 240, four times.) 

PLATE LXVII. 

241. Polymixla nobilis, Lowe 243 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxil, PI. I, Fig. B. 

242. Scorpaena cristulata, Goode and Bean 246 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 39326, U. S.N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2415, in N. lat. 30° 44', \V, Ion. 79° 26, at a depth of 440 fathoms. 

243. Scorpaena Agassizii, Goode and Bean 247 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from the type specimen collected by the steamer Blake at station 
ccn.\, in N. lat. 23° 13', W. Ion. 74° 52', at a depth of 80 fathoms. 

•PLATE LXVIII. 

244. Helicolenus maderensis, Goode and Bean 2£0 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 26627, U. S. N. JI., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk at sta- 
tion 897, in N, lat. 37° 25', W. Ion. 74° 18', at a depth of 157J fathoms. (Slightly reduced.) 

245. Pontinus Rathbuni, Goode and Bean 255 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 39526, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2298, in N. lat. 35° 39', W. Ion. 74° 52', at a depth of 80 fathoms. 

246. Pontinus longispiuis, Goode and Bean 258 

Drawing by K. L. Todd, from type No. 39322, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at station 2402, in N. lat. 28° 36', W. Ion. 85° 33' 30", at a depth of 111 fathoms. 

. PLATE LXIX. 

247. Pontinus macrolepis, Goode and Bean 257 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake at station civ, oft' 
Barbadoes, at a depth of 300 fathoms. 

248. Sebastes marinus, (Linnasus), White 260 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 10442, U. S. N. M., collected at Eastport, Me. 

. PLATE LXX. 

249. Setarches parmatus, Goode , 264 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 26084, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Ilawk 
at station 876, oft" Martha's Vineyard, in N. lat. 39° 57' 00", W. Ion. 70° 56' 00", at a depth of 
120 fathoms. (Twice natural size.) 

250. Eumicrotremus spinosus, (Miiller), GiU 272 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected oft' Half Way Rock, Salem, Mass., at a depth 
of 35 fathoms. (About three times natural size.) 
251, 251A, B. Careproctus rauula, (ioode and Bean 275 

Drawings by H. L. Toihl, from No. 22310, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer S})eedwell at sta- 
tion 117, oft' the mouth of Halifax Harbor. (Little less than twice natural size.) 

252. Mouomitra liparina, Goode 27!^ 

Drawn by H. l.. Todd, from type No. 26184, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk at 
station 891, in N. lat. 39° 46', W. Ion. 71° 10', at a depth of 480 fathoms. 

■TLATE LXXI. 

253. Paraliparis Copei, Goode and Bean 279 

drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 35637, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at sta- 
tion 2232, in N. lat. 39° 12' 17", W. Ion. 72° 09' 30", at a depth of 520 fathoms. (Slightly re- 
duced.) 

254. Gymnolycodes Edwardsi, Vaillant 281 

Drawing from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientifiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xxvi. 

255. Artediellus uncinatus, (Reinhardt), .Jordan 267 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross at station 2477, 
in N. lat. 44° 29' 30", W. Ion. .57° 11' 15", at a depth of 114 fathoms. (About two-and-a-half 
times natural size.) 



16* DEEl'-SEA Flt^HES OF THE ATLA.NTIC BASIN. 

Tfxt i)age. 
25t). TriglopsPingelii, Koinlianlt 269 

Dniwiiig by H. L. Tudd, from ;i speciiueu collucted by the .steamer Spcoilwell at »tatiun 117, 8 
milea oft' Cliebucto, at a depth of 52 fathoms. (Enlarged about oue-half.) 

PLATE EX.\II. 

257. Cottunculus microps, Colktt 26!1 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 26087, II. S. N. M., collected by tho steamer Fish Jlnwlc at 
station 880, in N. lat. 38° 48' 30", \V. lou. 70"^ 54', at a depth of 252J fathoms. (Natural size.) 

258. Cottunculus Thomsonii, Giinther 270 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 37386, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at .sta- 
tion 2.584, in N. lat. 39^ 05' 30", W. lun. 72° 23' 20", at a depth of 541 fathoms. (Seven-twelfths 
natural size.) 

259. Podothecus decagonus, (.Schneider), , Jordan 282 

Drawing from (.'ollett, Xursk. Nordhavs Expedition, PI. II, Fig. 11. 

260. Aspidophoroides monopterygius, (Bloch), Goode and Bean 283 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21761, U. S. N. M., collected by tho steamer Speedwell at 
Sandwich Point, Halifax, in 18 fatlioms. (Enlarged about oue-half.) 

'PLATE LXXIII. 

261A. B. Cottunculus microps, Collett 269 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 26087, U. .S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk at 
station 880, in N. lat. 38' 48' 30", W. Ion. 70^^54', at a depth of 252i fathoms. (Natural size.) 
262A, B. Cottunculus Thomsonii, Giinther 270 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from No. 37386, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer J /6« ()■((.« at 
station 2584, in N. lat. 39" 05' 30", W. lou. 72" 23' 20", at a depth of 541 fathoms. (Natural 
size.) 

''plate LXXIV. 

263. 263A, B. Hypsicometes gobioides, Goode 290 

Drawings by A. 11. Baldwin, from a specimen collected bj' the steamer AlhalrimH at station 2377, 
in N. lat. 29" 07' 30' , W. lou. 88" 08', at a depth of 210 fathoms. 

264. 264 A. Chiasmodon uiger, Johuson 292 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from No. 25633, IT. S. N. M., collected at the surface by Cai>t. Thomr.s 
F. Hodgdon of the schooner Bessie W. Somes, on Le Have Bank. 

' PLATE LXXV. 

265. Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps, Goode and Bean 284 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 22899, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Kirby, SO miles south 
by east of No Man's Land. 

 PLATE LXXVI. 

266. Pseudoscopelus scriptus, Liitken 292 

Drawing from Liitken, 8polia Atlantica, PI. I, Fig. 3. (About three times natural size.) 

267. Porichthys porosissimus, (Cuvier and Valenciennes), Giinther 294 

Outline by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by tlie stuainer Allxtlruss at station 2121, 
in N. lat. 10" 37' 40", W. Ion. 61 ' 42' 40" at a depth of 31 fathoms. 

268. 268A, B. CalUouymus himautophorus, Goode and Bean 296 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer lihikc at station x.\.\, oft' 
Barbados, in 209 (athoms. (Natural size.) 

 PLATE LXXVIl. 

269. Anarrhichas lupus, Liuua'us .. 299 

Drawing by II. L. Tudd, from No. 21846, U. S. N. M., collected liy Capt. John Gourville, of the 
Gloucester fishing fleet, on Georges Bank. 

270. Anarrhichas minor, Olafsen 301 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 21618, U. .S. N. M., collected by Capt. K. II. llurlbert, in N. 
lat. 42" 27', W. Ion. 64" 20'. 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 17* 

Test pajjf. 

271. Auarrhichas latifrons, Stpoustrup and Hallgrimssou 301 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from No. 21373, U. S. N. M., collected Ijy Caitt. Josejili W. Collins, of 
the schooner Marion, inN. lat. 43"^ 56', W. Ion. 59° 04'. (About one-fourth natural size.) 

"tLATE LXXVIII. 

272. Lycodes Esmarkii, Collett 303 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21991, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Z. Hawkins and crew, 
of the schooner Qioendolen, on Le Have Bank, in 400 fathoms. (About two-sevenths natural 
size.) 

273. Lycodes reticulatus, Eeinhardt 305 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, collected by Capt. R. Markuson and crew, of the Gloucester fishing 
fleet, southwest of Bauquereux, in 300 fathoms. 

274. Lycodes frigidus, Collett 305 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 32995, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at sta- 
tion 2018, in N. lat. 37'^ 12' 22", W. Ion, 74° 20' 04", at a depth of 788 fathoms. (About two- 
fifths natural size.) 

275. Lycodes mucosus, Richardson 306 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 16930, U. S. N. M., collected iu Cumberland Gulf, by W. A. 
Mintzer. (About two-fifths natural size.) 

. PLATE LXXIX. 

276. Lycodes zoarchus, Ooode and Bean 308 

Drawing by S. P. Denton, from type No. 39298, U. S. N. M., collected by steamer Albatross, off 
Nova Scotia in N. lat. 44° 46' 30", W. Ion. 59° 55' 45", at a depth of 130 fathoms. 

276A. Lycodes zoarchus, Goode and Bean 308 

Drawing by S. F. Deutou, from No. 39299, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2486, in N. lat. 44° 26', W. Ion. 57° 11' 15", at a depth of 190 fathoms. 

277. 277A. Lycenchelys VerrillU.Goodi) and Bean 309 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 21015, U. S. N. M., collected by the U. S. Fish Commission, 27 
miles southwest of Chebucto. 

- PLATE LXXX. 

278. Lycodes perspicillum, Kroyer 307 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 39336, U. S.N. M., collected by steamer Albatross a,t station 
2456, iu N. lat. 47^ 29', W. Ion. 52° 18', at a depth of 86 fathoms. (Twice natural size.) 

278A. Lycodes perspicillum, Kroyer 307 

Drawing liy S. F. Denton, from No. 39337, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at sta- 
tion 2491, iu N. lat. 45° 25' 30", W, Ion. 58° 35' 15", at a depth of 59 fathoms. (Nearly four 
times natural size.) 

279. Lycenchelys paxillus, Goode and Bean 311 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 22177, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Joseph Collins, of the 
Gloucester fishing fleet, in N. lat. 42° 48', W. Ion. 63° 07'. (About one-half natural size.) 

279A. Lycenchelys paxillus, Goode and Bean 311 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake at station CCCIX, iu 
N. lat. 40° li' 40", W. Ion. 68° 22', at depth of 304 fathoms. 

280. Lycodonus mirabilis, Goode and Bean 312 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 39207, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2742, iu N. lat. 37° 46' 30", W. Ion. 73° 56' 30", at a depth of 805 fathoms. 

' PLATE LXXXI. 

281A, B. Lycodes reticulatus, Reinh.Trdt 305 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by Capt. K. Markuson, southwest of Ban- 
quereux, in 300 fathoms. (One-half natural size.) 

282. Lycenchelys paxillus, Goode and Bean 311 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 22177, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. .lo.seph W. Collins of 
the Gloucester fishing fleet, iu N. lat. 42° 48', W. Ion. 63° 07'. (Natural size.) 



18* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

Text page. 
283A, U. Lycodes muooaus, Richardson 306 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 1G930, U. S. N. M., collected by W. A. Miutztr, iu Cumber- 
laud Gulf. (Three-fourths natural size.) 
283C'. Lycodes zoarchus, Goode and Bean 308 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from typo No. 39298, U. S. N. M., collected by tho steamer Alhatrosa, 
off Nova Scotia, in N. lat. U° 46' 30', W. Ion. 59° 55' 45", at a depth of 130 fathoms. 

"plate lxxxii. 

284. Melanostigma gelatinoaum, Giintlior 314 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 28853, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer FUh Hawk at 
station 952, in N. lat. 39° 55', W. Ion. 70° 28', at a depth of 396 fathoms. (Enlarged one- 
half.) 

285. Dicromita Agassizii, Goode and Beau 319 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake at station xciu, oflf 
Granada, in 291 fathoms. 

285A, B. Dicromita Agassizii, Goode aud Bean 319 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from type No. 26023, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fhh Hawk 
at station 869, iu N. lat. 40° 02' 18", W. Ion. 70° 23' 06", at a depth ot 192 fathoms. 

286. BasBozetuB catena, Goode and Bean 323 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from type No. 37341, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at station 2379, in N. lat. 28° 00' 15", W. lou. 87° 42', at a depth of 1,467 fathoms. (About 
seven-ninths natural size.) 

287. Bassozetus normalis. Gill 322 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 49416, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatruss at 
station 2380, in N. lat. 28° 02' 30", W. Ion. 87° 43' 45", at a depth of 1,430 fathoms. (About 
seven-tenths natural size.) 

288. Benthocometes robustus, Goode and Bean 827 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from No. 29057, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk at 
station 1043.- iu N. lat. 38° 39', W. lou. 73° 11', at a depth of 130 fathoms. (One and three- 
tifths natural .size.) 

PLATE LXXXIII. 

289. Neobythites Gillii, Goode and Beau 325 

Drawiug by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 37340, V. S. N. M., collected by the steamer 
Albatross at station 2402, iu N. lat. 28° 36', W. Ion. 85° 33', at a depth of 111 fathoms. 
(About twice natural size.) 

290. Neobythites marginatuB. Goode and Bean 326 

Driiwiug by H. L. Todd, from the the type specimen collected by the steamer Blake at station 
Lxxix, off Barbadoes, in 209 fatlioms. (One and three-fifths luitural size.) 

291. Bassogigas Gillii, Goode and Beau 328 

Drawiug by A. H. Baldwin, from No. 39417, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross at 
station 2684, otf Cape Henlopeu, Delaware, iuN. lat. 39° 35', W. lou. 70° 54', at a depth of 1,106 
fathoms. (Slightly more than one-third natural size.) 

292. Porogadus miles, Goode aud Bean 334 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 35625, U. S. N M., collected by the steamer 
Albatross at station 2230, iu N. lat. 38° 27', W. Ion. 73° 02', at a depth of 1,168 tathoms. 
(Enlarged about one-half.) 

PLATE LXXXIV. 

293. Penopus Macdoualdi, Goode and Bean 336 

Drawiug by S. F. Denton, from type No. 39433, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at Station 2716, in N. lat. 38° 29' 30", W. Ion. 70° 57', at a depth of 1,631 fathoms. 

294. BarathrodemuB manatinus, Goode aud Bean 332 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from tlie type specimen collected by the steamer Blake at station 
cccxxv, in N. lat. 33° 35' 20", W. lou. 76°, at a depthof 647 fathoms. (Slightly enlarged.) 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 19* 

Text page. 

295. Nematonus pectoralia, (Goode and Bean), Gunther 333 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from type No. 37342, U.S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross 
at station 2380, in N. lat. 28 • 02' 30", W. Ion. 87° 43' 45", at a depth of 1,430 fathoms. 
(Slightly reduced.) 

296A. MixonuB laticeps, Giinther 339 

Drawing from Giintjer, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. xxv. Fig. B. (Five and a half 
times natural eize.) 

296B. Tauredopbidium Hextii, Alcock 336 

Outline from Alcock. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist., S. 6, Vol. vi, PI. viii. Fig. 1. (Nearly twice 
natural size.) 

"t-LATE LXXXV. 

297,297A, B. Dicrolene intronigra, Goode and Bean 338 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake in the Gulf Stream. 
(No. 297, three-fourths natural size; Nos. 297A, B, natural size.) 

298. Barathronus bicolor, Goode and Bean 341 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from the type specimen collected by the steamer Blale, at station 
Lxxi, ott' Guadeloupe, in 769 fathoms. 

299. Aphyouis moUis, Goode and Beau.... 342 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the steamer Blake at station 
CCXXI, in N. lat. 24° 36', W. Ion. 84° 05', at a depth of 955 fathoms. 

 PLATE LSXXVI. 

300. Alezeterion parfaiti, Vaillant 343 

Outline from VaiUant, Expeditions Scientifiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xxv (en- 
larged). (Four times natural size.) 

301. Hephthocara simum, Alcock 344 

". Outline from Alcock, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 1892, PI. xviii. Fig. 1. (Nat- 
ural size.) 

302. liamprogrammus iiiger, Alcock 344 

Drawiug from Alcock, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 1891, viii. Fig. 2. (One-half 
natural size.) 

303. Rhodichthys regina, Collett 342 

Outline from Collett, Norsk. Nordhavs Exped. Fiske, PI. v. 

• PLATE LXXXVIL 

304. Ptilichthys Goodei, Bean 302 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 26619, U. S. N. M., collected by Dall and Bean at the entrance 
to Port Levasheff, Unalaska, in 10 fathoms. (About twice natural size.) 

305. Otophidium omostigma, Jordan 345 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 29670, U. S. N. M., taken from the stomach of a red snapper 
at Pensacola, Fla. (Nearly twice natural size.) 

306. Iieptophidium cervinum, Goode and Bean 346 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 28764, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fhh 
Hawk at station 941, in N. lat. 40° 01', \V. Ion. 69° 56', at a depth of 76 fathoms. (About 
four-fifths natural size.) 

307. Leptophidium profundorum, Gill 347 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross at station 2042, 
in N. lat. 39° 33', W. Ion. 68° 26' 45", at a depth of 1,555 fathoms. (Slightly enlarged.; 

308. Leptophidium marmoratum, Goode and Bean 348 

Drawing by M. M. Hildebrant, from type No. 37237, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alba- 
tross, at station 2350, in N. lat. 23° 10' 39", W, Ion. 82° 20' 21 ", at a depth of 213 fathoms. 
(Slightly reduced.) 

^ PLATE LXXXVin. 

309. Phycis regius, (\Valb.aum), Jordan .and Gilbert 357 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 20923, U. S. N. M., obtained in New York City, by E. G. 
Blackford. (Two-thirds natural size.) 



20* DEEP-SEA PISHES OP THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

Text page. 

310. Phycis cirratus, Goode and Bean 358 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 39059, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at station 2376, in N. lat. 29^^ 03' 15", W. Ion. 88° 16', at a depth of 324 fathoms. 

311. Phycis chuss, (Walbaum), Gill 359 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 28707, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fixh Hawk, at 
station 918, iu N. lat. 40° 20" 24", W. ion. 70^ 41' 30", at a depth of 245 lathom „ 

PLATE LXXXIX. 

312. Phycis tenuis, (Mitchill), De Kay 359 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21029, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Speedwell, at 
stations 73 and 74, iu Halifax Harbor. 

313. Phycis Chester!, Goode .and Bean 360 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21840, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Speedwell, at 
station 174, ofl" Capo Ann, iu 140 fathoms. (About two- thirds natural size.) 

314. Aprion macrophthalmus, (Miiller), Jordan and Swain 239 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station CCLXI, iu 
N. lat. 23^ 13', W. Ion. 89° 10', at a depth of 84 fathoms. 

''PLATE XC. 

315. Laemonema barbatula, Goode and Bean 362 

Drawing by W. S. Haines, from No. 38331, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Jlhalross, at 
station 2397, in N. lat. 28^ 42', W. Ion. 86^ 36', at a depth of 280 fathoms. 

315A. L^monema barbatula, Goode and Bean 362 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 29046, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Bawk, at 
station 1045, in N. lat. 38° 35', W. Ion. 73° 13', at a depth of 312 fathoms. 

316. Laemonema melanurum, Goode and Bean 363 

Drawing by W. S. Haines, from type No. 38270, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer ^Ziafross 
at station 2415, in N. lat. 30° 44', W. Ion. 79° 26', at a depth of 440 fathoms. 

317. Molva vulgaris, Fleming 364 

Outline from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, PI. Lxxxvi. 

'/'PLATE XCI. 

318. Physiculus Kaupi, Poey 366 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxn, PI. xvii. 

319. Physiculus fulvus. Bean 366 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 28766, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk, at 
station 941, iu N. lat. 40° 01', W. Ion. 69° 56', at a depth of 59 fathoms. 

320. Uraleptus Maraldi (Eisso), Costa 367 

Drawing by H. L. Totld, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station LXXXI, otf 
Neris. (Nearly twice natural size.) 

■' PLATE XCU. 

321. Lotella maxillaris. Bean 368 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from typo No. 29832, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer FishHawk, at 
station 952, in N. lat. 39° 55', W. Ion. 70° 28', at a depth of 396 fathoms. (Nearly three times 
uatur.il size.) 

322. Mora mediterranea, Eisso 369 

Outline from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, A'ol. Ill, PI. 107. 

323. Lepidiou Rissoi, Swainson 370 

Outline from Vinciguerra, Ann. Mus. Civ. Genoa, Vol. xviii, PI. iii. 



PLATE XCIII. 



324. Antimora viola (Goode and Bean), Jordan 372 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from type No. 21837, U. S. N. M., collected by Capt. Joseph W. Collin.s, 
of the schooner Marion, on the edge of Le Have Bank. (Three-eighths natural size.) 



IIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 21* 

Test pafie. 

325. Halargyreus brevipes, Vaillant 375 

Drawing from Vaillaut, Expeditious Scientifiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. XXV. 
(About oae-tbird natural size.) 

326. Strinsia tinea, Rafinesque 380 

Outliue from Bonaparte, Fauna Italica, \o\. Ill, PI. 107. 

^ PLATE XCIV. 

327. Onosensis, (Reinhardt), Gill 381 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 39321, U. S. N. M., collected by tbe steamer ^(JaJross, at 
station 2550, in N. lat. 39° 44 ' 30", W. Ion. 70° 30' 45", at a deptli of 1,081 fathoms. 

328. Rhiuouemus cimbrius, (Liuua-us), Goodeaud Bean 384 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 2,721 U. S. N. M., collected in Chaleur Bay, by Edward 
Brown. (About three times natural size.) 

329. Brosmius brosme, (Miiller), Guntlier 385 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 29967, U. S. N. M., obtained in a Boston market, by W. A. 
Wilcox. 

- PLATE XCV. 

330. Merlucius bilinearis, (Mitchill), GUI 386 

Drawing l)y H. L. Todd, from No. 21016, U. S. N. M., obtained by the U. S. Fish Commission in 
a Halifax market. 

331. Bregmaceros atlanticus, Goode and Bean 388 

Drawing by 11. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station cxiil, ofif 
Neris, in 305 fathoms. (Three and a half times natural size.) 

332. 333. Coelorhynchus occa, Goode and Beau 400 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37334 IT. S. N. M., collected by the steamer ^JZin(ros«, at 
station 2396, in N. lat. 28° 34', W. Ion. 86° 48', at a depth of 335 fathoms. (One-half natural 
size.) 

PLATE XCVI, 

334. Macmrus berglax, Lac^p^de 391 

Drawiug Ijy H. L. Todd, from No. 15608, U. S. N. M. (Gloucester donation 490), collected on the 
eastern part of Banquereux, at .a depth of 200 fathoms, by Capt. David Campbell and crew of 
the schooner J(fmi)rt^ (One-fourth natural size.) 

335. Macrurua Bairdii, Goode and Bean 393 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from No. 21014, U. S. N. M., taken 40 miles east of Thatcher's Island, at 
a depth of 160 fathoms. (About two-tliirds natural size.) 

336. Caelorhynchus carminatus, Goode 398 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from No. 26187, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fkh Hawk, at sta- 
tion 893, oft" JIarthas Vineyard, in 372 fathoms. (Seven-twelfths natural size.) 

337. Coelorhynchus occa, Goode and Bean 400 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37334, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2396, in N. lat. 28° 34', W. Ion. 86° 48', at a depth of 335 fathoms. (Seven-twelfths 
natural size.) 

''plate xcvii. 

338. CcElorhynchus caribbaeus, Goode and Bean 401 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37333, U. S. N. M, collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2377, in the northern part of the Gulf of Mexico, in N. lat. 29° 07' 30", W. Ion. 88° 08', 
at a depth of 210 fathoms. (About two-thirds natural size.) 

339. Corypheenoides carapinus, Goode and Bean 404 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Illake, at station ccnlii, in 
N. lat. 39° 43', W. Ion. 70° 55' 25", at a depth of 1,002 fathoms. 

340. Hyinenoce(>halus Goodei, (Giinther), Bean ■l*^^ 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer JUuke, at station 56, in N. lat. 
23° 09', W. Ion. 82° 21' 30", at a depth of 175 fathoms. (Four-fifths natural size.) 

341. Hymeuocephalus cavemosus, Goode and Bean '*''° 

Drawing by S. F. J )cnt<)n, from type No. 37337, IT. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2398, in N. lat. 28° 45', W. Ion. 86° 26', at a depth of 227 fathoms. (Slightly enlarged. ) 



22* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

" PLATE XCVIII. 

Text page. 

342. Lionurus fUicauda, Giinther 409 

Outlint^ from Giinther, ChaUenger Report, Vi>I. xxii, PI. xxxiv. 

343. Trachonurus sulcatus, Goode and Bean 410 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from type No. 37335, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at station 2394, in N. lat. 28° 38' 30", W. Ion. 87° 02', at a depth of 420 fathoms. (Slightly 
enlarged.) 

344. Cetonunis globiceps, A'aillant 411 

t)utline from Vaillant, Expeditions Scientifiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. XX, Fig. 1. 

345. Cbalinuras iniula, Goode and Bean 412 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 39152 U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at sta- 
tion 2095, in N. lat. 39° 29', W. Ion. 70° 58' 40", at a depth of 1,342 fathoms. 

PLATE XCIX. 
345A. Chalinura mediterranea, Giglioli 525 

Outline by Prof. H. H. Giglioli, from a specimen in thl^ Central Collection of Italian Verte- 
brata, Royal Zoological Museum, Florence, Italy. (Slightly reduced.) 

346. Nematonurus gigas, (Vaillant), Goode and Beau 416 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. i.x. 

347. Moseleya longifilis, (GUnther), Goode and Bean 417 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. xxxv. 

 PLATE C. 

348. Abyssicola macrochira, (Giinther), Goode and Bean 417 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. xxix, Fig. B. 

349. Trachyrhynchus scabrus, (Rafinesque), Goode and Bean 417 

Outline from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vid. xxii, PI. xli. Fig. C. 

349A. Macrurus loiigifilia, Giinther 417 

Outline from GUnther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. xxxv. 

PLATE CI. 

350. Macrurus NoVce.zelaiidiae, (Hector), Giinther 418 

Outline from Hector. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, Vol. in, PI. xviii. 

351. Steindachneria argentea, Goode and Bean 4 19 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37350, IT. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2378, in N. lat. 39° 14' 30", W. Ion. 88° 09' 30", at a depth of 68 fathoms. (About 
four-fifths natural size.) 

3.52. Bathygadus favosuB, Goode and Bean 420 

Drawing by II. Ij. Todd, from the type specimen collected by the steamer lilnl-e, at station 
Lxxx, otf Martinique, in 472 fathoms. (About one-half natural size.) 

353, 354. Coelorhynchus carminatus, Goode 398 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 26187, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hati-k, at 
station 893, off Marthas Vineyard, in 372 fathoms. (Natural size.) 

PLATE CII. 
355A, B. Limauda Beauii, Goode 428 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 26102, 11. S. N. M., collected by the the steamer i-'is/i Hawk, 
at stations 875, 876, olf Marthao Vineyard, in 120 to 126 fathoms. (About four-fifths natu- 
ral size.) 

3.">,' C, D. Limanda Beanii, Goode 428 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the atearaer Albatross, at station 2401, 
in N. lat. 28° 38' 30", W. Ion. 85° 52' 30", at a depth of 142 fathoms. (Enlarged about one- 
half.) 

356A. Glyptocephalus cynoglossus, (Linuipus), (iill 430 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from No. 39487, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Alhatrnss, at 
station 2.5.52, in N. lat. 39° 47' 07", W. Ion. 70° 35', at a depth of 721 fathoms. (Natural size.) 

3,56B. Glyptocephalus cynoglossus, (Linn;eus), Gill 430 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from a specimen collected by the steamer Albatross, at station 2343, 
in N. lat. 39° 58' 15", W. Ion. 70° 42' 30", at a depth of 166 fathoms. (Natural size.) 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 23* 

' PLATE cm. 

Text page. 

S.">7A, 15. Monoleue sessilicauda, (ioodo 452 

Uniwiiigs by II. L. Todd, Iroui No. 26120, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Bawk, oft' 
Nowport, R. I. (About five-Beventbs natural size.) 

35«. Monoleue atrimaua, Goodo and Beau 455 

Dr:iwiiig by H. I^. Todd, iriiiii the type specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station 
XVI, off I'.arbiidos, iu 288 fathoms, (.\bout four-lifths natural size ) 

3.=>ll. Mouoleue atrimaua, Goode and Hi'au 4.55 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, t'luiii No. 26()0.''>, IT. S. N. M., collected by the .steamer Fi«h Hawk, at 
stations 871 and 872, off Marthas Vineyard, in 86 to 115 fathoms. (Natural size.) 

PLATE CIV. 

360. Etropus rimosus, (ioode and Beau 450 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37332, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at Btatiou 2408, iu N. lat. 28° 28', W. Ion. 84° 25', at a depth of 21 fathoms. (Enlarged about 
one-half.) 

361. Etropus rimosus, Cioodo and Bean 450 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from .i 8p<!cimeu collected Viy the steamer Alhalross at station 2543, 
upon the surface, in N. lat. 30° 58' 15", W. Ion. 70° 42' 30", at a depth of 166 fathoms. (Three 
times natural size.) 

362. Notosema dileota, Goode and Beau 437 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a spocimeu collected by the steamer Albatross, at the surface, at 
Station 2601, iu N. lat. 34° 39' 15", W. lou. 75° 33 30 ', at a depth of 107 fathoms. (Twice 
natural size.) 

. PLATE CV. 

363. HippogloBSUS vulgaris, Fleming 434 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 10439, U. S. N. M., collected by thc^ 11. F. Fish Commission, 
at Eastport, Me. 

364. Platysomatichthya hippoglossoides, (Walbaum), (ioode anil Bean 435 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen obtained in Fulton Market, New York City. 

. PLATE CVl. 

365 A, 15. Notosema dilecta, (ionde and Bean 437 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station cccxiii, 
off Charleston, S. C, in N. lat. 32° 31' 50", W. Ion. 78° 4.5', at a depth of 75 fathoms. 
(Slightly reduced.) 

366A, B. Citharichthys arctlfrons, Goode 442 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from a speciuieu collected by the steamer Fish Hawk, off Newport, 
R. I., iu 115 to 155 fathoms. (Slightly enlarged.) 

■^ PLATE CVII. 

367. Hippoglossoides platessoides, (I'abricius), Gill 438 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 21002, IT. S. N. M., collected by the U. S. Fish Commission, 
on Le Have Bank. 

368. Cyclopsetta fimbriata, Goode and Bean 451 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 37330, V. S. N. M., collected by tne steamer Albatross, 
at Station 2403, in N. lat. 28° 42' 30", \V. lou. 85° 29', at a depth of 88 fathoms. (Seven- 
tcnths natural size.) 

PLATE CVIII. 

369A B. Citharichthys unicornis, Goode -144 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from type No. 26003, IT. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Hawk, 
at stations 870, 871, off Marthas Viney.ard, in 115 to 1,55 fathoms. (Enlarged about one-half) 

370. Citharichthys spilopterus, Giinther ^"^ 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station cc.XLiv, in 
N. lat. 23° 13', W. Ion. 89° 10', at a depth of 84 fathoms. (Slightly reduced.) 

371. Scianectes macrophthalmus, .\Icock ■*'*0 

Copied from Alcuck, Journal uf the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Vol. LVUI, Pt. 2, PI. xvi. Fig. 4. 



24* DEEP-SEA FISHES OF THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

- PLATE CIX. 

Text page. 

372. Trichopsetta ventralis, (Goode and Bean), Gill 440 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, I'rom No. 37372, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
station 2378, in N. lat. 29° 13' 30", W. Ion. 88° 09, 30", at depth of 68 fathoms. (Slightly en- 
larged.) 

373. Citharichthys pastulus, (Goode and Bean), Jordan and Gilbert 448 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from type No. 30180, U. S. N. M., collected by Silas Stearns, at Pen- 
sacola, Fla. (About one-half natural size.) 

PLATE ex. 

374. Aphoristia fasciata, Goode and Bean 468 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 37348, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at 
Jamaica, West Indies. 

W5. Aphoristia uebulosa, Goode and Bean 458 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the steamer Blake, at station 
cccxtii, in N. lat. 32° 07', W. Ion. 78° 37' 30 ", at a depth of 229 fathoms. 

876. Aphoristia niarginata, Goode and Beau 459 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from a sperimen collected by the steamer J /ftaiross, at station 2376, in 
N. lat. 29° 03' 15", W. Ion. 88° 16', at a depth of 324 fathoms. (Slightly eularged.) 

377. Aphoristia pigra, Goode and Bean 460 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the steamer Blake, at station 
XXIII, off St. Kitt's, West Indies, in 250 fathoms. 

?78. Aphoristia diomediana, Goode and Bean 460 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the steamer Albatross, at station 
2414, in N. lat. 25° 04' 30", W. Ion. 82° 59' 15", at a depth of 26 fathoms. (About two-thirds 
natural size.) 

379. Aphoristia pusilla, Goode and Bean 461 

Drawing by H. h. Todd, from No. 28778, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Raw);, in N. 
lat. 40° 01', W. Ion. 69° 56', off Marthas Vineyard, in 179 fathoms. (About seven-tenths nat- 
ural size.) 

-PLATE CXI. 

380. Prionotus militaris, Goode and Bean 464 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the stbumer Albatross, at station 
2362, off Cape Catoche, Yucatan, in N. lat. 22° 08' 30", W. Ion. 86° 53' 30", at a depth of 25 
fathoms. 

381. Prionotus egretta, Goodo and Bean 465 

Drawing by M. M. Smith, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station LXiv, oft' 
Barbadoes, in 100 to 200 fathoms. 

382. Prionotus alatus, Goode and Bean 467 

Drawiug by H. L. Todd, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, off Charleston, S. C, 
in N. lat. 32° 31' 50", W. Ion. 78° 45', at a depth of 75 fathoms. 

PLATE CXII. 

383,383B. Prionotus trinitatis, Goodo and Beau 468 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from type No. 39318, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
at station 2120, off Trinidad, in N. lat. 11° 07', W. Ion. 62° 14' 30", at a depth of 73 fathoms. 

384. Prionotus militaris, Goodo and Bean 464 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from the typo specimen, cidlected by the steamer Albatross, at Station 
2362, off Cape Catoche, Yucatan, iu N. lat. 22, ° 08' 30", W. Ion. 86° 53' 30", at a depth of 25 
fathoms. 

•PLATE CXIII. 

385, 385A, B. Peristedion miniatum, Goode 470 

Drawings by II. L. Todd, from type No. 26023, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Ilaick, 
at station 869, iu N. lat. 40° 02' 18", W. Ion. 70° 23' 06", at a depth of 192 fathoms. (No. 
385 reduced about one-half; Nos. 385A, B natural size.) 



LIST OF PLATES AND FIGURES. 25* 

-TLATE CXIV. 

Text page. 

386. Peristedion longispatha, Goode and Bean 472 

Drawing by II. L. Todil, from the tjiie specimen, collected by the steamer llliikt; at station 
I. VIII., off Havana, in 242 fathoms. (About seven-ninths natural size.) 

387. Peristedion gracile, Goode and Bean 473 

Drawinv; by 11. L. Todd, from the tyiie specimen, collected by the steamer Albatross, atstation 
2101. in \. hit. 2S- SX' 30", W. Ion. 85" 52' 30", at a depth of 142 fathoms. 

388A, B. Peristedion platycephalum, (ioodc and Bean 471 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from the type specimen, collected by the steamer Blake, at station 
LX, oil' Barbados, in 123 fathoms. (Natural size.) 

"IPLATE CXV. 

389. Lophotes Cepedianus, Giorna 349 

Drawing from Temminck and Schlegel, Fauna .lapoiiira, PI. Lxxi, Fig. 2. 

390. Lophotes Capellei, Temminck and Schlegel 351 

Outline from Temminck and Schlegel, Fauna Japonica, PI. lxxi. 

391. Trachypterus iris, (Gmelin), Cuvier and Valeueieuues 477 

Outline from Cuvier and \'alencienues, Histoirc Naturelle des Poissons de la France, PI. 297. 

i'' PLATE CXVI. 

392. Trachypterus arcticus, (Brunuich), Nilssou 479 

Outline from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. i, PI. i.xiii. 

393. Stylephorus chordatus, Shaw 482 

Outline from Blainville, .lournal de Pliysicjue, Vol. I.xx.wil, PI. I. 

394. Stylephorus chordatus, Shaw 482 

Outline from Shaw, Transactions ol the Linna?an Society of London, Vol. i, p. 90. 

, PLATE CXVII. 

395. Regalecus glesne, Ascanius 480 

Outliiii' from Day, Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland, PI. G4. 

396. MacrorhamphoEus acolopax, (Linnieus), Goode and Bean 483 

Drawing by H. L. Toild, from No. 28755, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Fish Uairk, at 
station 910, in N. lat. 39- 54', W. Ion. 69" 51' 30 ", at a depth of 1,30 fathoms. (Enlarged one- 
fourth.) 

397. Aulostoma longipes, Vaillant 484 

Outline from Vailhiut, Expeditious Scientitiques du Travailleur et du Talisman, PI. xxvii, Fig. 
4. (Eight times natural size.) 

398. Chaunax pictus, Lowe 487 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 26021, U. S. N. M., collected by tlie steamer Visit llmik, at 
station 869, otf Martha's Vineyard, in 192 fathoms. (Four times natural size.) 

399. Ceratias Holbblli, Kroyer 489 

Drawing from Gaimard, Voy. Skand., Poissons, PI. IX. 

PLATE CXVIII. 

400, 400A, B. LophiuB piscatorius, Liunoeus 485 

Drawings by 8. V. Dentou. from No. 39344, IT. S. N. M., collected by the U. S. Fish Commis- 
sion, 20 miles south of No Man's Land. 

V PLATE CXIX. 

401. Mancalias Shufeldtii, Gill 490 

Drawiu» by H. L. Todd, from No. 33.552, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at sta- 
tion 2099, in N. lat. 37" 12' 20", W. Ion. 69° 39', at a depth of 2,949 fathoms. (About two 
and a half times natural size.) 

402. Cryptopsaras Couesii, Gill 491 

Drawing by H. L. Todd, from No. 33558, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at sta- 
ti(ui 2101, in N. lat. 3X 13' 30", W. Ion. 68° 24', at a depth of 1,686 fathoms. (Three and 
three-fourths times natural size.) 



26* DEEP-SEA FISHES OP THE ATLANTIC BASIN. 

Text page. 
40o. Halieiitaea stellata, Onvier and Valenciennes - 499 

( lutlini' i'nim Temniinck ami Schlegel, Fauna Japonica, PI. 82. 

404. Paroneiiodes glomerosiis, Alcock 4''3 

Drawing froni Alcmk. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, A'ol. Ii, PI. ix, Fig. (!. ( Very 
slightly reduced.) 

"plate CXX. 

405. Corynolophus Reinhardtii, (Liitkcn), Gill 494 

Drawing from Liitken, Videusk. Selsk. Skr. Naturvid. og Math. Afli., n , PI. 334. 

406. Melanocetus Jobnsoiiii, Giinther 494 

Drawing by II. L. Todd, from No. 38055, U. S. X. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, at sta- 
tion 2149, in N. hit. 13- 01 30", W. Ion. 81^ 25 , at a depth of 992 fathoms. 

407. Liocetus Murrayi, Giinther 495 

Drawing from Giinther, Challenger Report, Vol. xxii, PI. xi. 

'plate CXXI. 

408. Linophryne lucifer, Collett 496 

Drawing from Collett, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1886, PI. XV. 

409. Caulophryne setosus, Goode and Hean 496 

Drawing by S. F. Denton, from type No. 39265, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer Albatross, 
in N. lat, 39- 27', W. Ion. 71" 15', at a depth of 1,276 fathoms. (Nearly three times natural 
size. ) 

410. Halieutaea coccinea, Alcock 500 

Drawing from Alcock, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Series 6, Vol. \ iii, PI. \ in. 

411. Maithopsis luteuf, Alcock 529 

Drawing from Alcock, Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Series 6, \o\. \lli, PI. vili. 

PLATE CXXII. 

412A, B. Halieutella lappa, Goode and Rean 500 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 31862, U. S. N. M., collected by the stean.er Fish Hawk, at sta- 
tion 1151, in N. lat. 39" .58' 30", W. Ion. 70^^ 37', at a depth of 125 fathonis. 

413. Dibranchus atlanticuF. Peters ' 501 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, from No. 26088, U. S. N. M., collected by the steamer I'inh Hawk, at sta- 
tion 879, off Marthas Vineyard, in 225 fathoms. (No. 413A, natural size: No. 41315, enlarged 
one-third. ) 

414A, B. Halieutichthys aculeatus, (Mitch ill), Goode .504 

Drawings by H. L. Todd, froniNo. 23552, U. S. N. M., collected at Key West, Fla,, by .1. W . Xelie, 
(Natural size.) 

'PLATE CXXIII. 

4 l."i. Bathyclupea argentea, Goode and Bean 190 

Drawing by A. II. Baldwin, from a specimen collected by the steamer Blake, at station xxxvii, 
oft' Neris, in 365 fathoms. (About one-half natural size.) 

416. Schedophilopsis spinosus, Steindachner 216 

Drawing by A. H. Baldwin, from a specimen obtained at Astoria, Oregon, by Dr. Aug. C. Kin- 
ney. ( Four-lifths natural size.) 

417. Tetragonurus Cuvieri, Risso 230 

Drawing by M. M. Hildebraut, from No. 44436, If. S. N. M:, collected at Woods Holl, Mass., by 
Vinal N. Edwards. (About two and a half times natural size.) 

t 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY 



PLATE I. 




'■'^^i^f^Aii^-A^'V-'^^^i'''^*^^'^--^^'''^''''^'''^'^'''^'^'*^'-'-'''-'^^ 






1. MVXINE (a.fTINOSA. (p. 2.) 



2. MYXINE Al'STRAT.IS. (p. 3.) 



3. PF,TRn:\iYZi>N MAnixrs. (p. 4.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE 




^j^WWrf. 



V 




€' 



I \ 



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■Sff' 



I. ScYMNoinilMN I.ICIUA. (]!.".) 

(i. Sc > i.i.ioi;iiiM> i.-miFKU. (|i. Mi.) 



5. ExMOPTKitrs I'l -II I IS. (]i. 1(1.) 

7. t'ENTROSCVLI.l I .M I'Al.lMrll. (|i. U.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE III. 





.:?f''>2S?^*^ 






?"7=.'JT) 












S. SdMNlDSrs MICUDVEPIlAI.rs. (p. 7.) 

10. I'lMsTirm s Mi'-.i.As-i'dMi's. (|i. 'M.) 



9. ECHINORHINUS SPINOSUS. (p. S.) 

11. OENTRonioni-s (iii.vxi-i.osfs. (p. 12.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE IV. 









■^»-^ 





ji^'.. 



^M^^^m 



■v?-i3^. 



^' 




15 



12. SCYMNODON RINOENS. (p. ]1.) 18. CENTROSt'YMNlS I'OF.LOLEPIS. (p. 14.) 14. I."). S( YI.l.K IRHI.NTS KETIFER. (p. 14.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE V. 



9i^smmM'.mm 







ai*i«iii«ha.«iiihttisfcSiSiiii'iM'»«'^"~^^^^^^ 





19 



.,^<f) 





16. scyli.iorhinds profundorum. (p. 17.) 
18. Spinax mcku. ()> 10.) 



17. PSEUDOTHI.iCIS MK'HOIXiN. (]). 18.) 
19. CETORHINUS MAXI.MUS. (Jl. :21.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE VI. 






•.'(). ['lilSTIIUrs .\TI.ANT1( IS. I|i. Jl.l -,'1. OXYXinrsiEXTRINA. (p. I.">.) •». CHI.AMYDnSKI. ACICUS AN-fiUIXEUR. (11.22.) 



GOODE AND BEAN,— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE VII 




33. R.^IA ACKLEYI. (p. 3.').) 



24. R.\IA ArKI.F.YI OltNATA. !\>. 26.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE VIM 




2.5. RaIA CIKCL'LAlilS. {p. '2~.) 



26. Raia plutonia. {p. 27.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE IX. 




X. 




O 




.■>*' 






\ 



X 





•il. Raia radiata. (p. 25.) 
29. Raia l.^evis. (p. 28.) 



28. Raia hypereorea. (p. 28.) 
30. Raia (iKAXULATA. d). 29.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE X. 




:^1. CllIM.ERA MONSTROSA. {p. .Tl.) 32-35. CHIM.ERA AFFINIS. (p. 31.) :!(!. ( ALI.ORHYNCHUS ANTARCTICUS. (p. 32.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XI. 







r^S^' 








40 



:!7-l(i. IIakrkitta Raleiohaxa. (p. 3:1) 



GOODE AND BEAN-OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE Xn. 







41. ALEPOCEPHALUS ROSTR\TUR. (p. 36.') 
43. CONOCARA IIACROPTERA. (]). ;59.) 



43. ALEPOCEPHAI.rS NIGER. (p. 38.) 

44. BaTHYTROCTES .MACROLEPIS. (p. 41.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XIII. 





._: . M,iJSi»i-'= A uSt-fc, 



46 






47 




..^v^-^--^^:'^^^^ 






48 



45. Alepocephalus Aiiassizii. (]). .S7.) 
47. Alepocephat.is Haihdii. (p. HS ) 



46. ALEPOCEPHAI.rS PRODlTTrS. ()>. 87.) 

48. Co.NOCARA IKDoNAi.Di. (p. :i9.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XIV, 




®f!iii 



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49. R.^THYTROOTEP ANTII.L.VRT'M. (p. 44.) 

51. Aleposomus CoPEi. (J). tT.) 



.50. B.VTH'STROrTFS .^EQrATORIS. (p. 44.) 
52. I'TEHOTIIKISSIS (ilSSU. (p. 51.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE XV. 







56 



53. Platytrooter APUS. (p. 46.) 

55. AULASTOMATOMORPHA PHOSPHOROPP. (p. 50.) 



54. AMlM.VI.iirTERrS PlXfUIS. (p. 49.) 

56. Leptoderma mackops. (p. 49.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XVL 







57. Xenodermichthys nodulosus. (p. 46.) 
59. Microstoma rotundatum. (p. 53.) 



.5S. ALErOSOMUS SOCIAUS. (I). 4H.) 

60. Harpodon macrochir. (p. 59.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XVII. 






64 



61. Argentina silus. (p. 52.) 

63. Bathylagus euryops. (I). .55.) 



63. Argentina stri.\ta. (p. 52.) 

64. Bathylagus Benedicti. (p. 55.) 



GOODE AND BEAN-OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGV. 



PLATE XVIII. 



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65. RO. BaTHYSAI-RI-.-; FEROX. (J). .iS.) n?, OS. IPXOPS MURRAYI. (p. or. I 69. BaTHYLACO NIOEICAXS. (p. •">?.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE XIX. 




70. Chlorophthalmus AriAssizii. (]>. 00.) 

72. CHLOROPHTHALMUS TRUCULENT! S. (|l. (il.) 



71. ("HLOROPHTHALMUS UHALYBEIUS. (1). 60.) 
73. BENTHOSAURUS GRALLATOR. ([l. (i'J.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XX 




!r.T?t???7^7%'v^''%'^^j5?^^?''^ 



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ri. RaTIIYPTEROIS DCHllS. (|i. (M.) 



Tij. BaTHYPTEROIS LONIilPES. (n. (id.) 



75. B.vniYPTKKoi-; i.ifADRiFiLis. (\i. V>: 



GOODE AND BEAN,— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXI. 




5^ 





79 



77. RONDELETIA BICOLOR. (p. OS.) 



?(:*. C'ETOMuas GlI.Lll. (p. 0!).) 79. Cetoiiimis STOKEUI. (]>. (!9.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE XXII. 



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GOODE AND BEAN. -OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY 



PLATE XXIII 




86. LaMPAN-YCTUS (ROCODII.l-S. (p. T9.) S". Lampanyctus Gemellarii. (!■. .sii.) 

H8. Lampanyctus gejimifek. (p. SO.) 



GOODE AND BEAN,— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXIV. 










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GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY 



PLATE XXV. 




94. NOTOSCOPELUS RESPLEXDEXS. (p. 83.) 95. NOTOSCOPELUS CASTANEUS. (p. 84.) 

96. NOTOSCOPELCS CAUDISPINOSUS. (p. 84.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXVI. 







-^ 



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' 0. :■.■.^''^^0*:<>'l--'»'■*»^^- 



!)T. NOTOSCOPELUS QUERCINUS. (p. 8.'!.) 
'jy. L.\MPADENA SPECULIGERA. ([). S3.) 



98. NOTOSCOPELUS MARGARITIFERrS. (p. 84.) 
100. COLLETTIA RaFINESQUEI. (j). 88.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXVM. 




1C3 



101. .^THOPROR.V MKTOPOCLAMPA. (p. 8fl.) 



103. .^THOPRORA EFFULGEKS. (p. 87.) 



102. j9<;thoprora LUCinA. fp. 87.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXVIll 




101. IvIilXO.SCDl'KLUS Coccol. (p. 90.) 

106. Dasyscopelus aspkr. (p. 92.) 



10.=). TARLETOXliEAXrA lEXIA. (]1. Hi).) 

107. Electrona Eissoi. (J). 91.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXIX. 




108 








109 







,#^' 




108, 109. Neoscopelus macrolepidotus. (p. 93.) 



110. Nannobrachium MacDoxaldi. (\>. 91.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXX. 







P-a 



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GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE XXXI. 







llo. Chauliodus Sloaxii. (j). 90.) 

IIT. GONOSTOMA BREVIDENS. (p. 9S, 



(p. 9S.) 



116. GoNOSTOMA DENUnATUM. (p. 98.) 

118. Cyclothoxe bathyphila. yi. 100.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXXII. 














120 




121 




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,&^--^'^"''^^«^=^ii^5^i;^ 




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119. CVCI.OTIIOXE KI,OXi;.VT.\. (p. 101.) 
121. YaUKELL.V Bl-ALKl-'OKDI. (p. 103.) 



120. BlIXAI'.VHTIA PKDAI.IOTA. (p. 102.) 
122. I'HOTICIITHVS AUGKNTEIS. Q). 104.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXXIII. 





'^'5S^'"«^5SI«^KS^e-5es>^ 



■=-'4=v« -, 



*^(R?»T#^^«.^, 





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133. ASTRONESTHE.S NIGER, (l). 105.) 134. AsTKONESTHES GEMMIFEK. (p. lO.").) 135. ASTRONESTHES RlCHARDSONII. (p. 106. 



GOODE AND BEAN -OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY 



r-LATE XXXIV, 




^^i^^^j^^^sm^^s^^^^^ 








lac 



^'^Wm 







bl£^M,i>,kii(^ .iii^^Js:jJ>L!: 





1'-?fi. DiPLOPHOS T.ENIA. (p. 101.) 

128. Stomias boa. (J). 108.) 



127. Stomias ferox. (p. lOT.) 

139. ST0.M1.\S AFI'I.NIS. (p. 108.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXXV. 




ir ! ! ^ ! i» > ^.ii.i^^,ij>)VgMM'!i''#l^.^V»5A'a^.'» 






130 



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131 



:;ggp;j^grg^ ^w^- -^| j)l^/F.M ' t>^v,'jwu<^ y v^" * jr'.^' ' ^J ' r ?'?0?^t^?^. 




ls£.i3ibi^£AalU^il^^iU 






133 



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130. ECHIOSTOMA BARB.VTUM. (]). 109.) 
132. OPDSTOJIIAS MICRIPNIS. (p. 110.) 



131. ECIIIOSTOMA MARGARITA. (]1. 109.) 

133. GRAMMATO8T0.MIAS L>EXTATtS. (p. 110.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXXVI. 






' ' ^^ "^^^■^'-'^ ' ''' ^'^'^^''^'" ' • '^^"' ' '''''^^'^ "'"^''^^ 




VM. Pachystomias microdon. (p. 111.) 

13(>. BaTHOPHIUS XKiEKKIMUS. {p. 111.) 



135. EUSTOMIAS OBSCURUS. (p. 111.) 

13T. Photo.nectes gracilis, (p. 113.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE XXXVII 




139 




o oo»«»ooa 



>oaaffoooao a ^ «C;_o.a^ 



• „"." AXit&e' 



^oa^oooj! 








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i:iS. Mai.acostkis XICKR. (I'- 11^-) 

lln. I'llOTOSTOMlAS GUliHNlCI. (11.115.) 



ISO. MAi.ACosTF.r* ciiorusTiinAcTvi.rs. (i>. 114.) 

111. l llArMATUSKIMIAS AllCOX. (|i. 115.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXXVIII. 



.;^.ff^!S!i^ 





1.12. A,.EP,SAURUS FEROX. (p. 117.) ^ l^^^^^l^^t Y^{ ^'"'^ 

143«. PaRALEPIS COREGON-OIDES. (p. lUI.) 144 Si DI=, m .^LINA. (p. 1-1.) 

14."). OlKlNTOSTllMlS HYAI.l.NI-S. (p.l-'l.) 



GOODE AND BEAN —OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XXXIX, 











1466 







r -. .H t. 'F < ' " ' ^ ' l ' - ' ^-'''^'/'V ' ^'- ' - '' . ' . | . ' .'.'-'.'. ' -'j 




MSo 



14(). l4(i/<. Steknoptyx DIAPHANA. (p. Vii.) 
14b. POI.YIPNUS SPINOSUS. ()). I'^'S.) 
149. PaRALEPIS CORECiONOIDES. (|l. ll'J.) 



147. AROYRrPELECUS HEMIGY'MNUS. (p. 136.1 

U8f/. Argy-ropelecus Olfkrsh. (p. 126.) 



GOODE AND BEAN —OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XL. 







n'^'^f?^^'^'y?:ws^r>^F7^^ M y)'h'?^''' :-''':^r.^ 



:,4iii«ii;^=*^*.'«' 






163 



150. OjiosuDis Lowii. (p. 122.) 
152. H.vLOS.wuis OwENi. (p. i:iO.) 



151. Idi.\c.\nthus ferox. (p. 129.) 

15;j. HaLOSAURIS .loilXSOXIANUS. (p. i:!!.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLI. 




154 







^^-^ ^=>- 








\'A. .\l.lil:uVA.M;IA KOSTliATA. (p. 1:W.) ].-,.j, 15.-,,,. ALI>KUVANI>IA M.\C1«)C11II!A. (J). 133.) 

l.JU. Aldkovandia iiiAi.Acias. (p. 1;J4.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY^ 



PLATE XLII. 




'!!'^^^^^^^^^^WM^^W^!''''' ' "^ '"'' !'! '!^W;'!^^; !:f'!>'^]^!': m^^^^^ 




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159 



160 



157. Al.DKOVANmA (IKACILIS. {\<. 184.) 
l.")9. ('(INOEHMUU-ENA FLAVA. (p. KiW.) 



l.")8. .\LDROVANDIA PALLIDA. (p. 135.) 

160. Uitoco.NdEK viciNUs. (p. 1;?8.) 



GOODE AND BEAN —OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLIII. 




..^^-^:~-^yr/r,'^y/--7Z""'Z''"?^y^^^'^''^'^^'^^ 



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Ifil. SIMF.M'HF.I.YS PAHASlTirX-S. (p. 130.) Ifi2. Il.VOIMlIS P.RUNNEDS. (p. 141.) 

1(!3. HOPLUXMS nioMEMAXlS. (p. IKi.l 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLIV. 




^^^^^'^^'P^f^i^^iitf^r  A 





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!aiia£iiaito gatoiar>.fe^ ^»v,,ii^v-,^.;;;;^:AjA; ;.v-J^^^^ 




KU. SYNAPHlll'.UANim-S PINNATrs. (|>. 14:'..) 1(1.5. HlSTlnltHANlHns INFERXAI.IS. (p. I4r,.) 

KlCi. I'lSddlHiNnfllls cru'ENTIFKR. (|.. 117.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLV 




1fi7. Myrts PAfHYnm'xrHrf;. (p. I4S.) 16S. Venefica i-kuckua. (p. UO.) 

Ui9. l(i!l((./<. DerICHTIIYS S13UPENT1NUS. (p. Hil.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLVI. 




-V fc, ^ i-tfi*^ 1 ly^K,- ^^r^ 






B^' 



s»*^Ns^■-*^<^:S?SS*^«^^^<S¥SSJS^^ 



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' • v^' '^''^/■^•^^•x •'''^'^y^yy/^y^yy^ 



a^«F^ -hTOiT*^ ^/, H^vt.- ? 







171 




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172 



170. NEMICHTHYS SCOLOPACEI-S. (p. 1.52.) m. LaBICHTHYS CARINATIS. (p. 153.) 

172. Laiuc'HTHYs ulonoatus. (p. 153.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLVII, 



^■gtr'^V^r^''^^'^*''''^''-^'-^ 











173 




174 




173. Labkhthys infans. (p. M3.) 



174. Labkhthys infa.ns (after GuntherI iji. I"i3.: 
I7."i. Skkkivomek Beanii. (p. I")").) 



GOODE AND BEAN — OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLVIII. 




176 




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1T(). Cyema atkum. (p. 154.) 177. Eurypharvnx pelecanoides. (p. I.")7.) 

178. iSalvuphauynx flagellum. (p. 159.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XLIX 





179. 180. Saccophaeyn'x flagellum. (j). I.-jT.) 



181, 183. Gastrostomus Bairdii. (p. l.-)9.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE L. 








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*i^' 



f<?«'«rivv ,0 ../^V\X=^'civs; ■^•aSiS^"^ 



184 




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185 



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186 



183. NOTAOAXTHVS XASfS. (p. 164.) 
185. NOTACANTHUS BO.NAP^VETII. (p. 100. 



184. NOTACANTHUS ANALIS. (p. 165.) 

186. NoT.\CANTHUS PHASGANORUS. (p. 167.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LI. 




;^X44^^te^!^'^^^644^:544^ 





;;,,^s^55B^^!^!5^!;:^^Sl5S^f^<™>»«^^ 



'"-^".jWiiuifciisiii-iv^.K^^i^aui^ 





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1S7. nillLIOUA MOSELEYI. (j). Ifiit.) 
1S9. JFacdonaldia KOSTKATA. (|i. 171.) 



1!^S. POLYACANTHONOTUS KISSOANUP. (p. 170.) 
Ii)(l. LlPOGENYS GlLLII. (p. \~'A.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE Lll. 







191n. 




y^y^'. 



_^.j^''>^ 



-sj?" 



VSih. 




103 





]9:<i. 



lt:46 







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]',ll((. /). NllTAC-WTHUS ANAMS. ()1. \(^'l.) 
198. (ilGLlOLTA MoSELKYI. (]). Kii). ) 
Vd'Kl, b. JlACnONALDIA KdSTRATA. (p. 171 



I'.liir. h. NoTACAXTHrs SEXSPINIS. (p. lf>3.) 

l!»4i/. /(. POLYACANTHOXOTUS KISSOANfK. (p. 170.) 

llltid, b. LlP(,)CiENYS GlLLII. (p. 173.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE Llll. 








200a 



197. Beryx splendens. (p. 1T6.) 

199. SfOPELOUADUS C'OCLES. (p. 1H2. ) 



20(l((. Pl.KCTROMUS CR.\SSICEPS. (p. ISO.) 



198. Melajiph.es TYPHLOPS. (p. Vi 
200. POROMITRA CAPITO. (p. 1S3.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LIV. 






201. Pl.KCTROMIS STBORHITAI.IS. (p. 179.) 202. PLECTROMIS BE.\NII. (p. 179.) 

2li:!. ANOPl.cXiASTER CDRNl'Tl'S. (p. 1S4.I 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICH i HYOLOGY. 



PLATE LV. 






:#" 






\v\X^ 





■204 




V: • 



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:Jv*<-e-v^'Vtf'«r*^ 




20 1, 2fl4a. Caulolepi:; lonoidens. (p. 185.) 



205. Stephanoberyx mon^. (p. 186.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE LVI 



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^^^M-'^-^'K^'^^'': 




20r,. StephaNdhkkvx GiLLil. ip. 1S7.) 20T. TK.uHlrHTHVs Darwimi. (p. 188.) 

2(18. Hon.dSTF.THlS MEDTTERRANECS. (p. 189.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LVII. 








£SsL£&i 



211) 




V 





209. ThYRSITOPS VIOLACErS. (p. 195 ) 

211. Epinnula maqistralis. (p. 198.) 



210. RUVETTrS PRETIOSUS. (p. 196.) 
212. DiCROTUS PAR\nPINSIS. (p. 201.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LVIII. 






213. Lepidopus OArDATi's. (p. 203.') ' 214. Evoxymetopon t.kni.\tis. (p. 204.) 

215. Benthodesmus atlanticvs. (p. 205.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LIX. 




217 




216. Aphanopus carbo. (p. 307.) 217. Trichiurus lepturus. (p. 208.) 

218. Ptekaclis carolinus. (p. 212.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LX 



-,.^^ 




^-";<v ?--''^^^-^'':^t^^ 



319 



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219. Cmsvrn-'EX.v hippurus (old malo). (p. 209.) 220. CORYPHylENA HiPPrRl'S (youns;). (p. 209.) 

220fr, 6. CoRYPH.EXA HIPPURUS. (p. 209.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXI 





221. Grammicolepis brachicsculus. (p. 218.) 222. Centkoi.opiius pompilus. (p. 214.1 

22a. SCHEDOPUILUS MEDUSOPHAGUS. (p. 214.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXII. 




















336 



224. IcosTEUS ENIGMATICUS. (p. 21.').) 22.'). AcuoTVS V\"iLi.orr;nEYl. (|i. 217.) 

226. IciciiTiivs LocKlxiiToMi. (p. 21G.) 



GOOuE AND bEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXIII. 





tm^ 



228 







227. NoMEus Gronovii. ()>. 220.) 228. Psenes PELLUcmrs. (p. 221.) 

229. Psenes macul.\tus. (p. 221.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXIV. 




\^>7 








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aro 



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230. LrvARrs uii-EniALis. (p 233.) 231. Glossami.v pa.ndionis. (p. 331. 

232. Vekilus sokdidus. ^>. 240.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXV 




C 
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GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXVI 




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236. Epigonus occidextalis. (p. 233.) 

238. POLYPRION AMERICAXIM. (p. 23S.) 



237. Hypoclydoxia hkli.a. (p. 23fi.) 

239, 240. PSKUDOPIUACAXTHUS ALTUS. (p. 242.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXVIL 





\ \ _\ '.- 



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843 



241. I'<lLYMIXIA Noltll.IS. Ip. 24:!.) 243. SCORP.ISNA CRISTUI,.\T.\. (p. 240.) 

243. SCORP..ESA AoASRizii. (p. 247.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXVIII. 




244. IlELlCOLENUS nACTVLOPTERUS. (p. 250.) 245. PoNTIXUS RaTHBU.M. (|). 255.) 

240. PONTINUS LONGISPINIS. (p. 258.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY 



PLATE LXIX 





"fjjjitiil^i^ 






947. POXTINITS MACRdLEriS. (p. 3")7.; 



248. Sf.h.\stes MARixfs. (]i. 20(1.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXX, 



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252 



249. Setarches pakmatus. (]). 204.) 

2.")!, 251a, h. C.\KEPHOctus ranula. (p. 275.) 



250. EUMICROTREMUS SPIXOSUS. (p. 272.) 
252. JIONOMITRA I.IPAUINA. (]). 2T8.) 



GOODE AND BEAN -OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXI. 








1) ^</ ^" '^ :"t,^ 



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256 



2.13. I'AHAi.ir.sRis Copei. (]). 270.) 
25o. Artediei.i.vs un'cin.vtus. (p. 267.) 



254. Gymsolycodes Edw.msiisi. (j). 281.) 

256. TKKiLOPS PIXGELII. (|i. 269.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXII 



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li'Xii^i^.i'A.-vJ- '- 









239 












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257. ('OTir\(T'LlIS MICROPS. (p. 2G9. ) 
259. PuDuTHECUS DEC.YGOXUS. (p. 282.) 



25S. CoTTfNrrLrs Thomsoxii. (p. 270.) 

260. .\SVIDOPHOU01DES MOXOPTERYUIUS. (p. 283.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY 



PLATE LXXI 



M.' 








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aula 







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:A 




361ff, h. roTTUNrfLUS MliRdrs. (p. 209.) 



2fi2r(, /). roTTUNcn.us Thojisoxii. tp. 270.; 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXIV. 




2(W. •J(;:!if. h. 1 [ypSICOMETES GOBIOIDES. (p. 200. 



264. 2(i4a. ("Hi.vsMonoN nigkr. {p. 292.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXV. 



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2fi5. T,OPHOI..VTTT.T-S CltAM.F.r.F.ONTirEPf;. C|i. SS^.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXVI. 








260. PSEUDOSCOPELUS SCRIPTUS. (p. 292.) 267. PoKICHTHYS POROSISSIMUS. (|>. 294.) 

268, 368rt, b. Cai.i.ionymus himantuphouus. (]>. 296.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXVI 
















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269. Anarrhichas lupus, (p. L'iiu.) 2Tii. Ax.vrkhiciias minor, (p. ;!0l.) 

371. ANAltRHICHAS LATIFRONS. (p. oOl.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXVIII 



^^ 




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273 









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272. Lycodes Esmarkii. (p. 303.) 
274. Lycodes friuidus. Qj. 30.5.) 



273. Lycodes reticul.\ti-s. (p. 30.5.) 
275. Lycodes mucosls. (p. 300.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXIX. 




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276 





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276, 276o. Lycodes zoarchus. (p. 308.) 



277. 377o. Lycenchelys Verrii.lii. (p. 309.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXX. 





^' %^ L 



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Z!8a 



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279 




279a 







:>»0 



278, 278n. Lycodes PERsririi.LiM. (p. 307.) 270. 279a. Lycenchelys paxilhs. (p. 311.) 

280. LYCODONUS MIRABIUS. (p. 313.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXI 



A 







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2836 



2Wli(, li. LVCoriES RETK ULATUS. (|l. '■)()'}.) 

283t(, 6. Lycodes MUfosus. (p. SO(i. ) 



282. I.YC'ENCHELYS I'AXILLrS. (p. 311.) 

283c. Lycodes zuahciivs. (p. 30S.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXII 




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"i^Bis^i^tx^iiji^K;.'.;*...; 



284 





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2S4. Melanostiomv (iELATiNosuM. (iL :114.) 28o. DifKOMiT.\ Aci.\ssizii. (p. :iin.-) 

28G. Bassozetis catena, (p. 323.) 287. Bassozetis nokmalis. (p. 322.) 

288. Bextiiocometes KOBUSTUS. (p. 327.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXIII 




...^f^.'^^s^^^^mm^^mmssmi:^^^-.. 







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j^-Ji"Vi«^ ■< "* £j. 



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2.S!). Neorythites On.i.u. (p. 325. 
2!ll. Bassoukjas Gillii. (p. ;528.) 



290. NkOBYTHITES MAROINATrs. (p. :i2fi.) 
292. POROGADUS MILES. (p. :!34.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXIV. 





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293. PENOPUS MaCDONALDI. (p. 336.) 294. liAUATHRODEJa-S iL\N.A.TIXUS. (p. .332.) 

29."). NeJI.VTOXI-S PECTOR.iLIS. (p. 333.) 29(i(/. .\IlXOXUS LATICKPS. (11. 330.) 

29G&. T.\.TjREDOi'iiii)iuM Hkxtii. tp. 33(i.; 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXV 




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297. -MITa, /). DlCRdl.ENK IXTlInNKiK.V. (p. 338.) 2!'S. P..\l;\THRONrS BICOLOU. (p. 3-11.) 

■J!)'J. ArUYONUS .MOLLIS. (J). 313.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXVI. 




300 





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302 




300. ALEXETERION PARF.VITI. fp. ?A'A.) 
302. T , A MPROGR^UmUS NIGER. (]>. 344.) 



301. Hephthoc-\r.\ snrrM. (p. 344.') 
303. Rhodichthvs regin.\. (p. 342.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE LXXXVII. 




304. r'Tn.KillllVS ClOODKI. (p. ;i02.) SOo. OTOPIIIDlr.M OJIdSTKi.MA (p. 'S4.).) 

3UG. LlClTorillDllM CEKVIXU.V. fp- ?'"'-^ '"'T. LePTOPHIDUM PliOl-UNDORUM. (p. 347.) 

3118. LEPTliPIUnil M .MAK.MciK.VTl.M. (p. 34b.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHVuLGGY. 



PLATE LXXXVIII. 



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309 




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301). PUYCIS EEGIUS. (p. 357.) 



310. Phycis cirratus. (p. 3.J8.) 



311. Phycis chuss. (p. 359.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE LXXXIX 




^^^ 





312. PHYCIS TENVIS. (p. a.")!).) ;;i:".. I'llVClS CHESTERI. (].. 360.) ;!14. AlMMoN MA( ItdlMITHAI.MCS. (p. iSi).) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE XC. 



'1^yyyjy^::^^^mi 





!l.->. ;il.')((. L.-EMOXEMA BAUBATCLA. fp. :W-,'.) -.WfS. L.EMONEMA MELAXrUfM. 

317. Moi.vA vrujAitis. ip. 364.) 



(p. 3fi3.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY 



PLATE XCI 







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318. Physictlus Kaupi. (p. :3GG.) ;n'.). rnYsicuLVs fulvvs. (j). 306.) 3;2U. Uraleptus M.^raldi. (p. 367.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCII. 




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321. LoTELL.^ M.wii.L.^Kis. (p. :3f>«.) 322. JIor.v meuitkkr.\ne.\. (|>. 3(i!).) 323. Lei'IDHix Rissm. (p. 3TU.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCIII. 







3'ii. AnTIMORA viola. (j). 372.) 32.5. HALARfJYREUS BREVIPES. (p. 375.) ;!2(j. STRIXSIA TIXCA. (p. 380.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOCY- 



PLATE XCIV. 










..* 



327 




/ 



328 








:)27. Onos ensis. (p. oSl.) 



3is. KniNoNEMUS ciMBKius. (p. ;-j84.) 



3i9. Brosmius bkosjie. (p, 385.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCV. 








^:B 



330 




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;i33 



330. Mermt'IUs i;imxf,.\ris. (p. 386.) 331. Bregm.\ceror .\TL.\XTirrs. fp. 3SS.) 

332,333. CCELOUHYNCmS OCCA. (p. 400.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCVI 



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337 



334. MACRURrrs berglax. (p. 301.) 

336. ClELORHYXCHUS CARMIXATrS. (p. 398.) 



3*5. Macrurus Bairdii. (p. 393.) 

337. CtELORHYNCHUS OCCA. f]1. 400.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCVII. 




ascK—w^ — 





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^ 



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338 



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340 







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338. CCELORHYNCHUS CARIBB.ErS. (p. 401.) 

340. Hymenoc-ephalus Goodei. (p. 407.) 



339. CORVPH.-ENOIDES CARAPIXUS. (]). 404.) 

341. Hymenocephalus c.^vernosus. (p. 408.; 




\ 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEAN IC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCVIh, 








Sk^i^t^'^ 



^'t..,,--. 



I ' ■■t-.'^'i^'-'iy \H :'^.S'ti"' ■>■.'•-■'* X-y 











342. LlONURUS FILICAUDA. (p. 409.) 
344. CETONURUS GLOBICErS. (p. 411.) 



343. TR.\CHOXnRUS Sl'LCATUS. (p. 410.) 
»4."). CHALIXrUA SIMULA. (p. 412.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE XCIX. 




345a. C'HALlNLU.i. MEDITERR.\NEA. (p. .52.1.) 346. NEMATONURUS UIGAS. (p. 410.) 

347. MOSEI.EYA LONOIFILIS. (]). 417.) 



GOODE AND BEAN,— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE C. 






348. Abyssicola macrochira. (p. 417.) 349. Trachyrhynchus scabrus. (p. 417.) 

349a. JIacrurus longifilis. (p. 417.) 



GOODE AND BEAN.-OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY, 



PLATE CI. 










■s^ 



9<^ , 



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353 



IWO. Macruronus nov.-e-zelandi.t:. (p. 418.') 

:&2. BaTHYOADUS FAVOSIS. (p. 4'J0.> 



353 









351. Steindac'hneria aroentf.a. (p. 419.) 

3.53, 'ATA. ( '(EI,UHHYNC'HL-S CARMINATUS. (p. 398.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE CM 



M 



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35r)a-(7. LiMANDA Bf.anii. (p. 428.) 



JinOa, ;*. tjllAl'TOCEPUALUS t'YNOGLOSSUS. (p. 4:».) 



GOODE AND BEAN.— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE cm. 



^0k 



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f 



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S'iia. ?). MONOLENE SESSILICAUDA. tp. 452.) 



858, ;i59. MONOLENE .\TKIM.\NA. (p. .).55.) 



GOODE AND BEAN— OCEANIC ICHTHYOLOGY. 



PLATE CIV. 




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371. SCIAXECTES MACROPHTHALMUS. (p. 440.) 



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378. APHORISTIA DIOMEDIASA. (p. 460.) 379. APHORISTIA PUSILLA. (p. 461.) 



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392. TR.\(HYrTF.urs ARfTicrs. (p. 479.) H93. 394. Stylephoiu's chord.\tus. (p. 482.) 



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398. Chaunax pictls. (j). 487.) 399. Cekatias IIoibiilli. (p. 489.) 



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401. Mancalias Shcfeldtii. (J). 490.) 
403. Halieut-ea stellata. (p. i'J'J.) 



402. Cryptopsar.\s CorESii. (p. 491.) 
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405. CORYNOLOPHCS ReINHARDTII. (pli'^l 400. MeLANOCETCS JOHNSONII. (p. 494.) 

407. LlOCETls JtVRRAYI. (p. 495.) 



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410. Halieut^a coccinea. (p. 500.) 



409. C'Al-LOPHUYKE SETOSUP. (]>. 496.) 
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