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A CLASSIFIED

INDEX AND SYNOPSIS

OF THE

ANIMAL KINGDOM

ARRANGED IN CONFORMITY WITH ITS ORGANIZATION,

BY THE BARON CUVIER,

MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE OF FRANCE, &c. &c. &c.

WITH

SUPPLEMENTARY ADDITIONS TO EACH ORDER,

BY

EDWARD GRIFFITH, F.R.S. S.A. & L.S.

CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES

OF PHILADELPHIA, &c.

AND OTHERS.

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ADVERTISEMENT.

DURING the publication of the "Animal Kingdom", M. Guerin has produced in France a series of engravings, under the title "ICONOGRAPHIE DU REGNE ANIMAL", illustrating nearly all the genera and subgenera of that work, including not only reduced copies of the most esteemed existing engravings of animals, but also a vast number of original figures of hitherto unpublished species, especially of insects and other invertebrata. M. Guerin has, moreover, added to these a most valuable series of anatomical figures, displaying, to the eye, much more intelligibly than words can do to the understanding, the peculiarities of structure on which Cuvier has founded his arrangement of the animal kingdom.

This work of M. Guerin has received the highest commendation, not merely from Cuvier himself, but also from most of the first zoologists in France, and is certainly of the greatest utility in the study of the work it is intended to illustrate, superseding, in a

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very great measure, constant references to Nature herself, otherwise necessary to those who would understand any natural system of arrangement.

The proprietors of the "Animal Kingdom", having now redeemed their pledges to the subscribers, by completing the work within the limits originally prescribed,—pledges which were made before Guerin's work was thought of,—have been strongly urged to publish the whole of these illustrations. Some of them have been already copied in the "Animal Kingdom;" and in order to render that work as useful as possible, it is proposed to publish the remainder as a Supplement to it, at as low a price as may be consistent with the proper execution of the plates.

The Iconography will moreover form a distinct work, or it may be applied to illustrate any general Zoology, as well as that of the Baron Cuvier. It will be published in ten or twelve Monthly Parts, to be completed contemporaneously with the original work in France, which will be early in 1836. A description of the figures will accompany the last Part.

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A

TABULAR VIEW

OF THE

CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS

ADOPTED

BY THE BARON CUVIER;

WITH

SPECIFIC EXAMPLES.

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CONSPECTUS

OF THE

ENTIRE ANIMAL KINGDOM.

ANIMALIA.

Division., Class.
INVERTEBRATA, Sc.
I. VERTEBRATA 1. MAMMALIA
2. AVES
3. REPTILIA
4. PISCES
II. MOLLUSCA 1. CEPHALOPODA
2. PTEROPODA
3. GASTEROPODA
4. ACEPHALA
5. BRACHIOPODA
6. CIRRHOPODA
III. ARTICULATA 1. ANNELIDES
2. CRUSTACEA
3. ARACHNIDES
4. INSECTA
IV. RADIATA 1. ECHINODERMATA
2. ENTOZOA
3. ACALEPHÆ
4. POLYPI
5. INFUSORIA

All animals may be reduced to one or other of these classes. It will be observed, that though the term 'Invertebrata', is introduced, it is not employed as significant of any peculiar form. The reason of this is, that it is merely a negative character, and such should never be used where positive can be obtained. Its vagueness is evident from its belonging to three out of four of the great primary divisions of the 'Animal Kingdom.'

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VERTEBRATA.

CLASS I.—MAMMALIA.

This class is divided into nine orders.

Class. Order.
MAMMALIA 1. Bimana Unguiculata.
2. Quadrumana
3. Carnassier
4. Marsupiata
5. Rodentia
6. Edentata
7. Ruminantia Ungulata.
8. Pachydermata
9. Cetacea

With respect to the term Carnassier, used by Cuvier for his third order, some observations will be found in our second volume, at the commencement of the supplementary matter on the order.

ORDER I.—BIMANA.

This order contains only one genus, and a single species, with its varieties, as here under:

Genus. Species. Varieties.
HOMO HOMO 1. Caucasian
2. Mongolian
3. Ethiopian
4. Malayan?
5. American?

Only the first three varieties are considered by Cuvier as possessing sufficiently distinctive characters to deserve separate description. "The Malays," he says, "pass by imperceptible shades into their neighbours, the Caucasian Hindoos on one side, and the Mongolian Chinese on the other." The Americans also want that precise and constant character necessary to constitute a peculiar race. For these reasons we have marked the two last varieties with a query.

In this order we have given even the varieties; in the others we can go no farther than the subgenera, with one specific example of each: our space compels us to this arrangement.

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ORDER II. —QUADRUMANA.

Of this order three principal genera are enumerated, vis. I. Simia, Lin., II. Hapale, Illig., and III. Lemur, Lin.; the first and last of these contain so many subgenera and species that they almost deserve to rank as distinct families, for Simia has fifteen subgenera, Lemur five, while Hapale has only two, which however contain more than eight different species.

Gemu. Subgenus. Example of Specie.
I. Simia, Lin 1. Pithecug, Geoff Simia satyrus, L. Ourang outing
2. Hylobatet, Illig S. lar, L. Gibbon
3. Cercopithecus, Erxl. S. Sabæa, L. Green monkey
4. Semnopithecus, F. Cuv. S. Maura, L. Negro monkey
5. Macacus, Lacép S. Sinica, Gm. Chiness monkey.
6. Inuus, Cuv. S. sylvanus, L. Barbary ape
7. Cynocephalus, Cuv. S. cynocephalus, L. Little baboon
8. Papio, Briss S. maimon, L. Mandrill
9. Mycetes, Illig S. seniculus, Red howling monkey
10. Ateles, Geoff Ateles arachnoids, Geoff. Capparo
11. Lagothirx, Geoff Lag. Humboldtii, Geoff. Capparo
12. Cebus, Geoff S. paella, L. Weeper monkey
13. Callithrix, Cuv S. sciureus, L. Squirrel monkey
14. Pithecia, Desm S. lugens, Humb. Widow monkey
15. Nocthora, F. Cuv. Noct. trivirgata, F. Cuv. Douroucouli
II. Hapale, Illig. 1. Jacchus, Geoff S. Jacchus, L. Stunted monkey, or Jacchus
2. Midas, Geoff S. rosalis, L. Lion monkey
III. Lemur, Lin. 1. Lemur, Cuv Lem. catta, L. Ring-tailed lemur
2. Lichanotus, Illig Lem. indri, Sonn.
3. Stenops, Illig L. gracilis, Slender loris
4. Galago, Geoff L. potto, Gm. the African potto
5. Tarsius, Storr L. spectrum, Pall.

This is according to the classification followed by Cuvier in the second edition of his Règne Animal, published in 1829.

The first eight subgenera of Simiœ inhabit the old world, the remainder are found in the new, and have received the general appellation of SAPAJOUS (Cebus Erxl).

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ORDER III. —CARNASSIER.

This order is divided into three great families, Cheiroptera, Insectivora, and Carnivora, the last of which is subdivided into three tribes, Plantigrada, Digitigrada, and Amphibia. In the first edition of the Règne Animal the Marsupiata were added as a fourth family of this order; they now, with greater propriety, constitute an order by themselves.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Vespertilio, L. 1. Pteropus, Briss Pt. edulis, Geoff. Black roussette
2. Cephalotes, Geoff Ceph. Peronii, Geoff.
3. Molossus, Geoff M. longicaudatus, Bull-dog bat
4. Nyctinomus, Geoff. N. tenuis, Hors. Lowo-churut of Java
5. Cheiromeles, Hors C. torquatus, Hors.
6. Stenoderma, Geoff S. rufa, Geoff.
7. Noctilio, Lin Vespert. leporinus, Gm. Peruvian bat
8. Phyllostoma, Cuv. Vesp. Spectrum, Lin. Spectre, or true Vampyre bat
9. Glossophaga, Geoff. Vesp. soricinus, Pall. Leaf bat
10. Megaderma, Geoff. M. lyra, Geoff. Lyre bat
11. Rhinolophus, Geoff Vesp. ferrum equinum, Lin. Horse-shoe bat
12. Nycteris, Geoff Vesp. hispida, Lin. Bearded bat
13. Rhinopoma, Geoff. R. microphylla, Desm.
14. Taphozous, Geoff. Vesp. Lepturus, Schr. Pouched bat, or Slender-tailed bat
15. Mormoops, Leach. M. Blainvillii, Leach
16. Vespertilio, Cuv.& Geoff V. Murinus, Lin. Common bat
17. Plecotus, Geoff. Vesp. auritus, Lin. Long-eared bat
18. Nycticeius, Rafin. Vesp. lasiurus, Schr. Rough-tailed bat
II. Galeopithecus, Pall Lemur volans, Lin. Flying macauco, or Flying colugo
Family. Genus. Example of Species.
II. INSECTIVORA.
1. Erinaceus, Lin E. Europæus, L. Common hedgehog
2. Centenes, Illig Erin. Ecaudatus, L. the Tenrec
3. Cladobates, Fr. Cuv Tupaia Javanica, Hors.
4. Sorex, Lin S. Araneus, L. Common shrew
5. Mygale, Cuv Sorex moschatus, L. the Desman, or Russian musk rat
6. Chrysochloris, Lacép Talpa Asiatica, L. Cape chrysochlore
7. Talpa, Lin T. Europæa, L. Common mole
8. Condylura, Illig Sorex Cristatus, L. Radiated mole
9. Scalops, Cuv Sor. aquaticus, L. the Scalops of Canada, or Shrew mole

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ORDER III.—CARNASSIER(continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Example of Species.
III. CARNIVORA.
I. Plantigrada 1. Ursus, Lin U. arctos, L. Common brown bear
2. Procyon, Storr. Ursus lota, L. Racoon
3. Ailurus, Fr. Cuv. A. refulgens, Fr. Cuv.
4. Ictides, Valenc. I. albifrons, Fr. Cuv.
5. Nasua, Storr Viverra nasua, L. Red coati
6. Cercoleptes, Illig Viv. caudivolva, Gm. the American potto
7. Meles, Storr Ursus meles, L. Common badger
8. Gulo, Storr Ursus gulo, L. the Glutton
9. Ratellus, Fr. Cuv Viv. Mellivora, L. Honey ratel
II. Digitigrada 1. Putorius, Cuv. Mustela putorius, L. Common pole cat
2. Mustela, Cuv. M. martes, L. Common marten
3. Mephitis, Cuv. M. Americana, Desm. Skunk
4. Lutra, Storr. Must lutra, Common otter
5. Canis, Lin C. familiaris, L. the Dog
6. Vivera, Cuv V. civetta, L. the Civet
7. Genetta, Cuv Viverra genetta, L. Common genet
8. Paradoxurus, Fr. Cuv P. typus, Fr. Cuv. Common paradoxurus, or Palm martin of the French
9. Herpestes, Illig Viv. ichneumon, L. the Ichneumon
10. Ryzæna, Illig Viv. tetradactyla, L. the Surikate
11. Crossarchus, Fr. Cuv C. obscurus, Fr. Cur.
12. Proteles, Is. Geoff P. Lalandii, Is. Geoff.
13. Hyæna, Storr Canis hyæna, L. Striped hyæna
14. Felis, Lin F. leo, L. the Lion
III. Amphibia 1. Phoca, Cuv P. vitulina, L. Common seal
2. Stenorhyncus, Fr, Cuv Phoc. leptonyx, Blainv. Small-clawed seal
3. Pelagus, Fr, Cuv Ph. monachus, Gm. White-betlied seal
4. Stemmatopus, Fr, Cuv Ph cristata Gm. Hooded seal
5. Macrorhyna, Fr, Cuv Ph. leonima, L. Sea lion, or sea elephant
6. Otaria, Peron. Ph. ursina, L. Common sea bear
7. Trichecus, Lin. T. rosmarus, L. Morse, sea cow, sea horse, &c.

The tribe Digitigrada contains three subdivisions, distinguished by their mode of dentition, and represented by the weasel, the dog,

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and the cat: these we have endeavoured to indicate above by smaller brackets, within the general bracket including all the genera of the tribe. The Amphibia also formerly made but two genera, the seals (Phoca) and the Morses (Trichecus), the first of which we see Cuvier has here extended to several subdivisions.

ORDER IV.—MARSUPIATA.

The arrangement of these animals, chiefly inhabitants of the Australian continent, seems by no means decided. In his first edition Cuvier had made of them a family of the order Carnassier; in the second he established them into a separate order; but even then expressed his opinion that they ought rather to be looked on as a class containing several orders running parallel with the orders of ordinary quadrupeds. He finally, however, left them as an order divided into seven genera, three of which are subdivided.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Didelphu, L. 1. Didelphis, prop. Cuv D. Virginiana, Penn. Virginian opossum
2. Chironectes, Illig. Did. Palmate, Geoff. Yapock, or palmated opossum
II. Dasyurus, Geoff 1. Thylacini, Tem Dasyurus cynocephalus, Geoff. Dog-faced dasyurus
2. Phascogali, Tem Das. Minimus, Geoff. Dwarf dasyurus
3. Dasyurus, prop. Cuv Didelphis ursina, Harr, the Devil
4. Perameles, Geoff P. nasutus, Geoff. The Longnosed pouhed badger
III. Phalangista, Cuv 1. Balantia, Illig Phal. Ursine, Tem. Bear-like phalanger
2. Petaures, Shaw Did. Pygmæa, Shaw, Flying dwarf phalanger
IV. Hypsiprimnus, Illig Macropus minor, Shaw, Kangaroo rat
V. Macropus, Shaw M. major, Shaw, Gigantic kangaroo
VI. Lipurus, Goldfuss L. cinereus, Goldfuss. Koala, or New Holland sloth
VII. Phascolomys, Geoff. Did. ursina, Shaw, the Wombat

ORDER V.—RODENTIA.

In his first edition Cuvier had divided this order into two sections, the first possessing perfect, the second only rudimentary clavicles: these divisions ran by such gradual shades into each other, that the point of separation was, we may say, almost arbitrary. In his second edition, therefore, he contents himself by arranging his genera and indicating such as possess strong clavicles or the reverse.

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ORDER V.—RODENTIA.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Sciurus, L. 1. Sciurus, prop. Cuv Sc. vulgaris, L. Common squirrel
2. Pteromys, Cuv Sc. volans, L. European flying squirrel
Cheiromys, Cuv Sc. Madagascariensis, Gm. the Aye-aye
II. Mus, L 1. Arctomys, Gm Mus Alpinus, L. Marmot of the Alps
2. Myoxus, Gm Mus glis, L. the Dormouse
3. Echimys, Geoff E. spinosus, Desm. Spiny rat of Azzara
4. Hydromys, Geoff H. leucogaster, Geoff.
5. Capromys, Desm C. Fournieri, Desm.
6. Mus, prop., Cuv M. rattus, L. the Rat
7. Gerbillus, Desm Dipus tamaricinus, Gm. Tamarisk rat
8. Meriones, Fr. Cuv Mus Labradorius, Sabine, Labrador gerbil
9. Cricetus, Cuv Muscricetus, L. Common hamster
10. Fiber, Cuv Mus Zibeticus, Gm. Ondatra, or Musk rat of Canada
11. Arvicola, Cuv Mus amphibius, L. Water rat
12. Georychus, Illig Mus lemmus, L. the Lemming
13. Otomys, Fr, Cuv O. capensis, Fr. Cuv.
14. Dipus, Gm Mus sagitta, L. the Jerboa
III. Helamys, Fr. Cuv Dipus Caffer, Gm. Cape jerboa
IV. Spalax, Guldenstedt Mus typhlus, Pall. Blind rat-mole
V. Bathyergus, Illig Mus capensis, Gm. Cape mole
VI. Geomys, Rafin Mus bursarius, Shaw, Canada rat
VII. Diplostoma, Rafin D.? Rafin. Tailless rat
VIII. Castor, L. C. fiber, L. the Beaver
IX. Myopotamus, Comm Mus coïpus, Molin. the Couïa
X. Hystrix, L 1. Hystrix, prop. Cuv H. cristata, L. Crested porcupine
2. Atherures, Cuv H. fasciculate, Brush-tailed porcupine
3. Eretisons, Fr. Cuv H. dorsata, Gm. Canada porcupine
4. Synetheres, Fr. Cuv. H. prehensilis, L. the Coendou or Prehensile-tail porcupine,
XI. Lepus, L 1. Lepus, prop. Cuv L. timidus. L. the Common hare
2. Lagomys, Cuv Lep. Pusillus, Pall. The Calling hare
XII. Hydrochærus, Erx Cavia capybara, L. yhe Capybara
XIII. Cavia. Illig C. cobaya, Pall. the Guinea-pig
XIV. Dasyprocta, Illig D. acuti, Ill. the Agouti or Longnosed cavy
XV. Cœlogenys, Fr. Cuv Cavia paca, L. the Paca

Cuvier suggests that the Chinchilla, the furs of which arrive in such quantities in these countries, should, from its evident connection with the cavies, come at the end of this order. Nothing but want of

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information respecting its dentition prevented him from placing it there. The Marmot Diana, of which we gave a figure in our third volume, p. 172, he says is the same as the Viscache of Azzara, and considers it merely as a larger kind of Chinchilla, with rougher and longer hair.

ORDER VI.—EDENTATA.

The Edentata Cuvier divides into three tribes, the Tardigrades including the first two genera; the common Edentata, including the next four; and the Monotremata including the remaining two.

Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. TARDIGRADA. I. Bradypus, L 1. Acheus, Fr. Cuv Brad. Tridactylus, L. the Ai, or three-toed sloth
2. Bradypus, prop. Fr. Cuv B. didactylus, L. the Unau, or two-toed sloth
II. Megatherium, Cuv,. Megatherium, C. Great fossil animal
II. EDENTATA. III. Dasypus, L. 1. Cachicames, Cuv. Das. 9-cinctus, L. Nine-banded armadillo
2. Apara, Cuv Das. 6-cinctus, L. Three-banded armadillo
3. Encouberts, Cuv. Das. 6-cinctus, L. Six-banded armadillo
4. Priodontes, Fr. Cuv Das giges, L. Giant armadillo
5. Chlamyphorus, Harl. C. truncates, Harl.
IV. Orycteropus, Geoff O. capensis, Illig. Cape anteater or ground hog
V. Myrmecophaga, L M. jubata, L. Great or maned ant-eater, bear ant-eater
III. MONOTREMATA. VI. Manis, L. M. pentadactyla, L. Short-tailed ant-eater
VII. Echidna, Cuv E. hystrix, Cuv. the Spiny echidna, or porcupine ornitho-rynchus
VIII. Ornithorynchus, Blum O. paradoxus, Blain. the Duck-billed platypus

ORDER VII.—PACHYDERMATA.

This order is also divided into three tribes or families, I. the Proboscidiana, or those furnished with a proboscis, including the elephant and some fossil animals; II. the common Pachydermata, including all the rest of the order except the horse, which belongs to family III., Solipeda, or solid-footed.

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
I. PROBOSCIDIANA 1. Elephas, L E. Indicus, Cuv. Indian elephant
2. Mastodon, Cuv Mastoden, Cuv. (fossil)

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ORDER VII. —PACHYDERMATA(continued).

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
II. COMMON PACHYDERMATA. 1. Hippopotamus, L. H. amphibious, L. the Hippopotamus
2. Sus, L S. scropha, L. the Hog
3. Phacocœrus, Fr. Cuv Sus Africanus, Gm. Cape Verde boar
4. Dicotyles, Cuv D. torquatus, Cuv. Collared peccary
5. Anoplotherium, Cuv A. commune, Cuv. (fossil)
6. Rhilnoceros, L R. Indicus. Cuv. Indian rhinoceros
7. Hyrax, Hermann H. capensis, Gm. Cape hyrax or cape badger
8. Palæotherium, Cuv. Palæotherium, Cuv. (fossil)
9. Lophidorus, Cuv Lophiodon, Cuv. (fossil)
10. Tapir, L. T. Americanus, Gm. American tapir
III. SOLIPEDA Equus, L E. Caballus, L. the Horse

The common Pachydermata we have marked off into two subdivisions, in the first of which the toes are of an even number, four or two, and assume something of a bifurcated appearance, approaching, as do also in some measure their skeletons and stomachs, the forms proper to ruminant animals; in the second subdivision the toes are of an odd number, and want this appearance. Sus, Phacocærus, and Dicotyles, are merely subgenera of the Linnæan genus Sus, which name we have left to the first of them.

ORDER VIII.—RUMINANTIA.

This order is naturally distinguished into two families, those without and those with horns. To the former belong the camel and musk; to the latter all the other genera. Horns are of three kinds, specimens of which may be seen in the deciduous antler of the stag, the permanent invested protuberances of the cameleopard, and the true horn or hollow corneous case of the cow, sheep, antelope, &c. These differences have been employed to subdivide the second family. Col. Hamilton Smith divides the whole order into five tribes, the types of which are the camel, the stag, the giraffe, the goat, and the ox. For further particulars see our fifth volume, p. 296, et seq.

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
I. AKERATOPHORA, or HORNLESS. 1. Camelus, L C. Bactrianus, L. the Bactrian camel
2. Moschus, L. M. moschiferus, L. the Musk

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ORDER VIII.—RUMINANTIA (continued).

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
II. KERATOPHORA, or HORNED. 1. Cervus, L C. alces, L. the Elk, or Moosedeer
2. Camelopardalis, L C. girsfa, Fr. Cuv. the Giraffe
3. Antelope, L A. dorcas, L. the Gazelle
4. Capra, L C. ægagrus, Gm. the Wild goat
5. Ovis, L O. Ammon L. the Argali
6. Bos, L B. taurus, L. the Common ox

ORDER IX.—CETACEA.

Here also we have two families, the herbivorous cetacea, including the first three genera, and the common cetacea, comprehending all the rest. This latter family is again subdivided, according as the head is of the ordinary proportion to the body, as we see in Delphinus and Monodon, or is disproportionately large, as is the case in Physeter and Balæna.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Manatus, Cuv Trichecus manatus, L. the Manati, Sea-cow, or Lamantin
II. Halicore, Illig H. Indicus, Ill. the Dugong
III. Rytina, Illig Trich. Borealis, Sh. Whale-tailed manati
IV. Delphinus, L 1. Delphinus prop. Cuv. D. delphis, L. Common dolphin
2. Phocæna, Cuv Delph. Phocæna, L. the Porpoise
3. Delphinapterus, Lac. D. leucas, Gm. the Beluga
4. Hyperooden, Lac. Balæna rostrata, Klein. Bottle-nosed whale
V. Monoden, L M. monoceros, L. the Narwal or Sea-unicorn
VI. Physeter, L. 1. Catodon, Lacép Phys. Macrocephalus, Gm. Great headed cachalot, or Sepermaceti whale
2. Physeter, Lacép P. microps, Lac. Small-eyed cachalot
VII. Balæna, L 1. Balæna, prop. Lacép B. mysticetus, L. Common whale
2. Balænoptera, Lacép B. musculus, L. the Rorqual.

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VERTEBRATA.

CLASS II.—AVES.

This class comprises six orders.

Class. Order.
AVES 1. Accipiters (Birds of prey)
2. Passeres (Sparrow kind)
3. Scansores (Climbers)
4. Gallinacea (Poultry kind)
5. Grallæ (Waders)
6. Palmipedes (Web-footed)

ORDER I.—ACCIPITRES.

This order includes birds generally known as birds of prey; and is divided by Cuvier into the two natural families of diurnal and nocturnal; the former including the two great genera of Linnaeus, the vultures and falcons; the latter, his genus of owls. These genera Cuvier has subdivided as under.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Vultur, L 1. Vultur, prop. Cuv V. papa, L. King of the Vultures
2. Cathartes, Cuv Vult. aura, L. Carrion Vulture
3. Percnopterus, Cuv. Vult. percnopt. L. Pharaoh's chicken
4. Gypaetos, Storr Vult. Barbatus, Gm. Bearded vulture, or Lammer-geyer
II. Falco, L 1. Falco, prop. Bechstein F. communis, Gm. Common or Peregrine falcon
2. Hierofalco, Cuv Falco candicans, Gm. the Ger-falcon
3. Aquila, Cuv Falco fulvus, Gm. Common eagle
4. Haliætus, Savigny Falco ossifragus, Gm. Sea-eagle, or Osprey
5. Pandion, Savingy Falco haliætus, L. Balbuzzard or Fish-hawk of America
6. Circaëtus, Vieillot Falco Gallicus, Gm. Jean-le-Blane
7. Caracara, Azzara. Falco Brasiliensis, Gm. Brazilian kite
8. Harpyia, Cuv. Falco harpyia, Cu. the great harpy
9. Morphnus, Cuv. Falco Guianesis, Daud. the Tufted eagle of Guiana

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ORDER I.—ACCIPITRES (continued).

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. Falco. L. (continued) 10. Cymindis, Cuv. Falco Cayennensis, Gm. Small Cayenne eagle
11. Astur, Bechstein Falco palumbarius, L. Goshawk
12. Nisus, Cuv Falco nisus, L. Sparrow-hawk
13. Milvus, Bechstein Falco milvus, L. Common honey-buzzard
14. Pernis, Cuv Falco apivorus, L. Common buzzard
15. Buteo, Bechstein Falco buteo, L. Common buzzard
16. Circus, Bechatein Falco cyaneus, Gm. Hen-harrier
17. Serpentarius, Cuv Falco serpentaius, Gm. Snake-eater
III. Strix, L 1. Otus, Cuv Str. Otus, L. Common long-eared owl
2. Ulula, Cuv Str. Laponica, Gm. Great gray howler
3. Strix. Prop. Savigny Str. Flammen, L. Common white or barn owl
4. Syrunium, Savigney Str. Stridula, L. the wood-owl
5. Bubo, Cuv Str. Bubo, L. Great horned owl
6. Noctua, Savigny Str. Surnia, Dum. Hawk-owl
7. Scope, Savigny Str. Leucotis, Tem. White-eared owl

ORDER II.—PASSERES.

This order is not clearly defined, nor does it appear very well divided. As to the former, it seems to contain every bird that does not belong to any other of the orders; as to the latter, Cuvier appears to have done whatever was possible, under the present state of knowledge, by using for his primary divisions the nature of the feet, and for his secondary, or division into families, the peculiarities of the bill. As respects the feet, they are divided into those which have the external toe united to the internal only as far as the first or second phalanx, and those called Syndactyles, in which the union extends to all but the last articulation. The first of these divisions is by far the most numerous, and contains the families Dentirostres, Fissirostres, Conirostres, and Tenuirostres, with their several genera and subgenera, as underneath: the second forms but one family, containing six genera.

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ORDER II.—PASSERES.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. DENTIROSTRES.
I. Lanius, L 1. Lanius, prop. Cuv L. excubitor, L. Great cinereous shirke
2. Vange, Buff Lan. Curvirostris, L. Hook-billed shrike
3. Ocypterus, Cuv O. rufiventer, Val. Red-beilled swallow-shrike
4. Barita, Cuv Gracula varia, Shaw
5. Chalybæus, Cuv C. paradisæ, Cuv. Black bird of paradise
6. Psairs, Cuv Lan. Cayanus, Gm.
7. Graucalus, Cuv Corvus Papuensis, Gm. Papuam crow
8. Bethylus, Cuv Lan. Leverianus, Sh. Lever's shirike
9. Falcunculus, Vieill Lan. frontatus, Lath. Frontal shirike
10. Pardalotus, Vieill Pipra punctata, Sh. Shrikewren
II. Muscicapa, L. 1. Tyrannus, Cuv. Musc. Ferox, Gm. Tyrant fly-catcher
2. Muscipeta, Cuv Musc. Cœrulea, L. Orangebreasted fly-catcher
3. Platyrhynchus, Vieill Musc. aurantia, L. Orangebreasted fly-catcher
4. Muscicapa prop. Cuv M. grisola, Gm. Spotted fly-catcher
5. Gymnocephalus, Geoff Corvus calvus, Gm. Bald crow
6. Cephalopterus, Geoff C. ornatus, Geoff. Umbelled chatterer
7. Ampelia prop. Lin A. continga, L. the Cordon bleu
8. Tersina, Vieill Ampel. Tersa, Gm
9. Ceblepyris, Cuv Musc. Ochraces, Sp. African fly-catcher
10. Bombycills, Briss Ampel. Garrulous, L. European chatterer
11. Procnis, Hofin Ampelis cucullata, Tem. Hoodedchatterer
12. Casamarynchos, Tem. Amp. Variegate, L. Variegated chatterer
13. Gymnoderus, Geoff Gracula nudicollis. Sh
14. Edolius, Cuv Lanius, cœrulescens, Gm. Fork-tailed shrike
15. Phibalurus Vieill P. flavirostries, Vieill
III. Tanager, L 1. Euphones, Cuv. Tan. violacea, L. Golden tanager
2. Saltator, Vieill. (Gross-beak tanager) Tan. magna, Gm. Grand tanger
3. Tanager, prop. Cuv. (True tanager) Tan. talao, L. Paradise tanager

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ORDER II.—PASSERES(continued)

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. DENTIROSTRES. (continued)
III. Tanager, L. (cont.) 4. Tachyphonus, Vieill. (Oriole tanager) Tan. cristata, L. Crested tanager
5. Pyranga, Vieill. (Cardinal tanager) Tan. æstive, Gm. the Summer red-bird
6. Rhamphocelus, Vieill.(Ramphoceline tanager) Tan. Brasilliensis, L. Brazilian tanager
IV. Turdus, L. 1. Merula, Cuv Turd. Merula, L. Common blackbird
2. Turdns, prop. Cuv T. musicus, Gm. Common thrush
3. Lamprotornis, Cuv Turd. Cantor, Sonn. Songster thrush
4. Ixos, Tem Turd. Analis, Hors. Guava fly-catcher
5. Tanypus, Oppel Corvus, grallarium, Sh. King of the ant-eaters
6. Criniger, Tem C. barbatus, Tem
7. Myothera, Illig Turd. Cyanurus, Lath. Blue-tailed thrush
8. Orthonyx, Tem Orthonyx? Tem.
9. Cinclus, Bechst Sturnus cinclus, L. Water blackbird
10. Philedon. Merops carunculatus, Lath. Wattled bee-eater
11. Eulabes, Cuv E. Javanus, Cuv
V. Gracula, Cuv 1. Gracula, prop. Cuv. Turd. Roseus, L. Rose-colored blackbird
2. Manorrhina, Vieill. M. viridis, Vieill
VI. Pyrrhocorax, Cuv. Corvus pyrrhocorax, L. Alpine chocard
VII. Oriolus, L. O. galbula, L. European oriole
VIII. Gymnops, Cuv. Merops corniculatus, Lath. Knob-fronted honey-eater
IX. Mænura, Sh. M. lyra. Vieill. the lyre
X. Motacilla, L. 1. Saxicola, Bechst Mot. rubicola, L. Stonechat
2. Sylvia. Wolf Mot. rubecula, L. Redbreast
3. Curruca, Bechst. Mot. luscinia, L. Nightngale
4. Accentor, Bechst. Mot. Alpina, Gm. Alpine warbler
5. Regulus, Cuv Mot. regulus, L. Gold-crested wren
6. Troglodytes, Cuv Mot. troglodytes, L. Common wren
7. Motacilla, prop. Cuv M. alba, L. White wagtail
8. Budytes, Cuv Mot. flava, L. Yellow wagtail
9. Anthus, Bechst Alauda trivialis, Gm. Field lark

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ORDER II.—PASSERES (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. DENTIROSTRES.
II. FISSIROSTRES.
XI. Pipra, L. 1. Rupicola, Briss. pip. Rupicola, L. Rock manakin
2. Calyptomenes, Hors. C. viridis, Hors.
3. Pipra, prop. Cuv. P. rubrocapilla, Pall. Red-capped manakin
XII. Eurylaimus, Hors. Todus macrorhyncus, Gm.
I. Hirudo, L. 1. cypselus, Illig Hirundo apus, L. Swift
2. Hirundo, prop. Cuv H. urbica, L. Window swallow
II. Caprimulgus, L. 1. Caprimulgus, prop. Cuv. C. Europæus, L. Gold-sucker
I. Alauda, L. A. arvensis, L. Skylark
II. Parus,, Oppel 1. Parus, prop. Cuv P. major, L. Great titmouse
2. Mystacinus, Bore Par. Biarmicus, L. Bearded titmouse
3. Remiz, Cuv Par. Pendulinus, L. Penduline titmouse
III. Emberiza, L 1. Emberiza, prop. E. miliaria, L. bunting
2. Plectrophanes, Myer Emb. nivalis, L. Snow bunting
IV. Fringilla, L 1. Ploceus, Cuv Oriolus, textor, Gm. Weaver oriole
2. Pyrgita. Cuv Fring. Domestica, L. House sparrow
3. Fringilla, prop. Cuv F. cælebs, L. chaffinch
4. Carduelis, Cuv Fring. carduelis, L. Goldfinch
5. Linaria, Bechst Fring. cannabina, L. Great linnet
6. Serinus, Gm Fring. canaria. L. Canary bird
7. Vidua, Cuv V. longicauda, L. Long-tailed window-bird
8. Coccothraustes, Cuv Loxia coccoth. L. Common gross-beak
9. Pitylus, Cuv Loxia grossa, L. White-throated gross-beak
V. Pyrrhula, Cuv Loxia, pyrrhula, L. Bulfinch
VI. Loxia, Briss. L. curvirostra, L. Crossbill
VII. Cotythus, Cuv. Loxia enucleator, L. pine grossbeak
VIII. Colilus, Gm. C. capensis, Gm. Cape coly
IX. Buphaga, Briss. B. Afraicana, Vaill. Beef-eater
X. Cassicus L. Cassicus, prop. Cuv. C. bifasciatus, Spix, Two-banded cassique

1 The two genera of this family, like the two grand subdivisions of the Accipitres, present a natural distinction of habit, the first being birds that seek their prey by day, the second only by night.

2 It does not seem very evident from the text, whether Pyrrhula should be a genus, or only a subgenus of Fringilla; in truth, the transitions, particularly in this family, are often so gradual as to elude all attempts at definition.

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ORDER II.—PASSERES

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. CONIROSTRES (continued).
IV. TENUIROSTRES.
X. Cassicus, (cont.) 2. Icterus Oriolus Cayanus, Lath. Yellow winged oriole
3. Xanthornus Embœriza pectoris, Wils. Cowbunting
4. Oxyrhincus, Tem. O. flammiceps, Tem.
5. Dacnis, Cuv. Motacila Cayana, Cayenne Warbler
XI. Sturnus, L S. vulgaris, L. Common stare
XII. Corvus, L. 1. Corvus, prop. Cuv C. frugilegus, L. Rook
2. Pica, Cuv Corv. pica, L. Magpie
3. Garrulus, Cuv Corv. Cristatus, L. Blue jay
4. Caryocatactes, Cuv Corv. caryocat, L. Nutcracker
5. Temia, Vaill Corv. varians, Lath. Variable crow
6. Glaucopis, Forst G. cinerea, Lath. Wattle-bird
XIII. Coracias, L. 1. coracias, prop. Cuv. C. garrula, L. Garrulous roller
2. Colaris, Cuv Coracias Afra L. African roller
XIV. Paradisea, L. P. apoda, L. Great bird of Paradise
I. Sitta, L 1. Sitta, prop. Cuv S. European, L. Common nuthatch
2. Xenops, Illig X. rutilus, Licht.
3. Anabates, Tem A. cristatus, Spix
4. Synallaix, Vieill S. ruficapilla, Vieill.1
II. Certhia, L 1. Certhia, prop. Cuv C. familiaris, Gm. European creeper
2. Dendrocolaptes, Herm Gracula Scandens, Lath Climbing grakle
3. Tichodroma, Illig Certh. Fusca, Lath. Brown scaler
4. Nectarina, Illig Certh. Cardinalis, Vieil. Cardinal creeper
5. Dicæum, Cuv Certh. rubra, Vieill. Scarlet creeper
6. Melithreptus, Vieill Certh. Pacifica, Vieill. Great hook-billed creeper
7. Cinnyris, Cuv Certh. famosa, Gm. Shining creeper
8. Arachnothrees, Tem A. longirostra, Tem. Long billed spider-eater
III. Trochilus, L 1. Trochilus, prop. Cuv T. pella, Gm. Topax humming-bird
2. Orthorhynchus, Lac Troch. Gigas, Vieill. Giant humming-bird
IV. Upupa, L 1. Fregilla, Cuv Corvus garcula, L. the Crave of Europe
2. Upupa, prop. Cuv U. epops, L. Common hoopoe
3. Promerops, Briss Up. Promerops, L. Cape hoopoe
4. Epimavhus Cuv U. magna, Gm. Great hoopoe

1 These being all South American specices, have no English name.

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ORDER II.—PASSERES(continued).

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
V. SYNDACTYLI I. Merops, L M. apiaster, Gm. Common bee-eater
II. Prionites, Illig P. Brasiliensis, Ill. Brazillian motmot
III. Alcedo, L A. ispida, L. Common kingfisher
IV. Ceyx, Lacép Alc. Tridactyla, Pall. Three-toad kingfisher
V. Todus, L T. viridis, Gm. Green tody
VI. Buceros, L B. rhinoceros, L. rhinoceros hornbill

This fifth family is also the second general subdivision of the order distinguished, as we above explained, by the union of its toes, whence the name.

ORDER III.—SCANSORES.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Jacamer, Cuv 1. Galbula, Briss G. viridis, Lath. Green jacamar
2. Jacamerops, Le vaill Alcedo grandis, Gm. Green jacamar
II. Picus, Cuv. 1. Picus, Lin P. viridis, Gm. Green woodpecker
2. Picoïdes, Lacép P. tridactylus, Edw. Three-toed woodpecker
III. Yunx, Lin Y. torquilla, L. the Wryneck
IV. Cuculus, L. 1. Cuculus, prop. Cuv C. canorus, L. Common cuckoo
2. Conas, Vaill Cuc. seniculus, L. Mangrove cuckoo
3. Centropus, Illig Cuc. Egyptius, L. Egyptian cuckoo
4. Leptossomus, Vieill Cuc. Afer, L. African courol
5. Indicator, Vaill Cuc. indicator, Vaill. Honey cuckoo
6. Monasa, Vieill Cuc. tranquillus, L. Wax-bill barbet
V. Phœnicophæus, Vieill. P. Javanicus, Hors
VI. Scythrops, Lath S. Australasiæ Sh. Psittaceous horn-bill
VII. Bucco, L. 1. Pagonias, Illig Buc. dubius, Gm. Groove-billed barbican
2. Bucco, prop. Cuv B. grandis, L. Great barbet
3. Tamatia, Cuv Bus. Collaris, L. Collared barbat
VIII. Trogon, L T. viridis, L. Green trogon
IX. Crotophaga, L C. major Vieill
X. Ramphastos, L 1. Rhamphastos prop. Cuv R. toco, L. the Toucan
2. Pteroglossus, Illig Ramph. Viridis, L. Green toucan

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ORDER II.—SCANSORES(continued).

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
XI. Psittacus, L 1. Ara, Kuhl Ps. Macao, L. Red and blue maccaw
2. Conurus Ara, Cuv Ps. Vittatus, Vaill Banded parrakeet
3. Palæornis, Vig & Horsf. Ps. Alexandri, L. Rose-ringed parakeet
4. Platycercus, Vieill. Ps. Niger, L. Black parraakeet
5. Pltyctolophus, Vieill. P. cristatus, L. Great white cockatoo
6. Psittacus, prop Cuv. Ps. erythacus, L. Grey parrot
7. Lory Sh. Ps. lori, L. Black-capped lory
8. Psittaculus, Kuhl. Ps. taïtianus, Gm. Violet parrot
9. Microglossus, Vieill. Ps. gigas, Lath. Black cockatoo
10. Pezoporus, Illig. Ps. formosus, Vaill. Ground parrot
XII. Corythaix, Ill Cuculus Persa, L. Touraco plantain-eater
XIII. Musophage, Isert. M. violacea, vieill. Violet plantain-eater

ORDER IV.—GALLINACEA.

Most of our barn-door fowl, and many excellent game-birds, are to be found in this order, which takes its name from Gallus gallinaceus the common cock and hen. It is composed in a great measure of one natural family, and is divided into genera, subgenera, and species.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Alector Merrem 1. Crax, L C. alecto, L. Crested curassow
2. Ourax Cuv Crax panxi, L. Cushew curassow
3. Penelope, Merrem. P. pipile, Jacq. Piping curassow
4. Ortalida, Merrem. Catraca, Buff
5. Opisthocomus, Hofmans. Phasianus cristatus, L. crested pheasant
II. Pavo, Lin 1. Pavo, prop. Cuv P. cristatus, L. Common peacock
2. Lophophorus, Tem. L. refulgens, Tem. Impeyan pheasant
III. Meleagris, Lin. M. gallopavo, L. Common turkey
IV. Numidæ, Lin. N. meleagris, L. Guinea poultry
V. Phasianus, Lin. 1. Gallus, L Ph. Gallus, L. Common Poultry
2. Phasianus, Cuv. Ph. colchicus, L. common pheasant
3. Houppiferes, Tem. Ph. ignites, Sh.
4. Tragofar, Cuv. Meleagris satyrus, Lath. the Nepual or Horned pheasant
5. Cryptonyx, Tem. C. coronatus, Tem.

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ORDER IV.—GALLINACEA (continued).

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
VI. Tetrao Lin 1. Tetrao, prop. Lath T. tetrix, L. Black grous
2. Ladopus L Tet. lagopus, L. Ptarmigam
3. Pterocles, Tem. Tet. alchata, L. Pin-tailed grous
4. Francolinus, Tem. Tet. Francolinus, L. Francolin partridge
5. Perdix, prop. Tet. Cinereus, L. Common partridge
6. Coturnix Tet. coturnix, L. Quail
7. Colinus Tet. California, Lath. Californian quail
VII. Tridactylus, Lacép 1. Ortygis, Illig Hemipodius pugnax Tem. Fightting quail
2. Syrrhaptes, Illig. Tet. Paradoxurus, Pall. Heteroclite grous
VIII. Tinamus, Lath. 1. Pezus, Spix Tet. Major, Gm.
2. Tinamus, Spix T. inambui, Azz.
3. Rhynocotus, Spix T. rufescens, Tem.
IX. Columba, Lin. 1. Columbo-gallina, Vaill. C. carunculata, Tem. Carunculated pigeon
2. Columba, prop. Vaill. C. turtur, L. Turtle-dove
3. Virago, Cuv. Col. Austrais, Lath. Madagascar pigeon

ORDER V.—GRALLÆ.

These are generally long-legged wading birds, for the most part living in the vicinity of water, if we except the ostrich and cassowary, which indeed did not originally belong to this order, as established by Linnæus. Cuvier divides the entire order into five families, which we shall indicate by braces, and three distinct genera, which cannot well be reduced to any of the five families, and which he seems to think may almost be looked on as constituting little families in themselves. The families he has named are, 1. Brevipennes, containing genera i. and ii.; 2. Pressirostres, containing genera iii—viii.; 3. Cultrirostres, containing genera ix—xviii.; 4. Longirostres, containing genera xix. and xx.; and, 5. Macrodactyli, containing genera xxi—xxiv.; after which come the three detached and concluding genera.

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
I. BREVIPENNES I. Struthio, L S. camelus, L. the Ostrich
II. Casuarius, Briss Struth. Casurarius, L. the Cassowary

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ORDER V.—GRALLÆ (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. PRESSIROSTRES.
III. Otis, L Otis tarda L. the Great buzzard
IV. Charadrius, L 1. Œdicnemus, Tem. Œd. creitans, Tem. Thickneed buzzard.
2. Charadrius, prop. Cuv. Ch. pluvialis, L. the Golden plover
V. Tringa, L 1. Squatarola, Cuv Tringa helvetica, L. the Sand piper
2. Vanellus, Cuv. Tringa vanellus, L. Lapwing
VI. Hæmatopus, L H. ostralegus, L. Pied oystercatcher
VII. Tachydromus, Ill Charadrius Gallicus, L. Common courser
VIII. Dicholophus, Ill Palameda cristata, Gm.
III. CULTRIROSTRES.
IX. Grus, Cuv. 1. Psophia, L. Ps. crepitans, L. Gold-breasted trumpeter
2. Grus, prop. Cuv Ardea helias, L. Common crane
3. Eurypyga Illig. Cuv Ardea helias, L. Sun bird
X. Cancroma, L. C. cohlearia, L. the Boat bill
XI. Ardea, Cuv. 1. Ardea, prop, Cuv. A major, L. the Common heron
2. Onores, Cuv. Ard. tigrina L. Tiger bittern
3. Aigrettes, Cuv. Ard. alba, L. Great egret
4. Bostaurus, L. Ard. stellaris, L. European bittern
5. Biohoreaux, Cuv. Ard. nycticoarx, L. the Night heron
XII. Ciconia, Cuv Ard. dconia, L. the White stork
XIII. Mycteria, L M. Americans, L. American jabriu
XIV. Scopus, Briss S. umbretta, L. Tufted umbre
XV. Anastomus, Ill Ard. ponticeriana, Gm.
XVI. Dromas, Paykull D. ardeola, Payk. Abyssinian erodyla
XVII. Tantalus, L T. loculator, L. Wood ibis
XVIII. Platalea, L P. leucordia, Gm. White spoonbill
IV. LONGIROSTRES.
XIX. Scolopax, L. Ibis, Cuv I. religiosa, Cuv. the Scared ibis
2. Nuraenius, Cuv. Scolopax arcuata, L. the Curlew
3. Scolopax, prop. Cuv. S. rusticola, L. the Woodcock
4. Rhynchæa, Cuv. Sc. capensis, Gm. the Cape snipe
5. Limosa, Bechst S. leucophæa, Lath. Common godwit
6. Tringa, Tem T. grisea, Lath. the Grizzled sandpiper
7. Arenaria, Bechst Charadrius caladris, Gm. the Sanderling
8. Pelidna, Cuv. Fringa cinclus, L. Common sea-lark

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ORDER V.—GRALLÆ (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. LONGIROSTRES. (cont.)
XIX. Scolopax, L. (cont) 9. Falcinellus Scol. pygmæa, L.
10. Machetes, Cuv Tringa pugnax, L. Ruff sand piper
11. Eurynorhynchus, Wils Tringa pugnax, L. Ruff sand piper
12. Phalaropus, Briss Tringa lobata, L.
13. Strepsilas, Ill. Tr. interpres, L. the Turnstone
14. Totanus, Cuv. Scolop. Glottis, L. Greenshanked snipe
15. Lobies, Cuv. Tringa hyperboræa, L.
16. Himantopus, Briss. Charadrius himantopus, L. Long-legged plover
XX. Recurvirostra L. R. Americana, Lath. American avocet
V. MACRODACTYLI
XII. Parra, L. P. jacana, L. the Jacana
XXII. Palamadea, L. 1. Palamadea, prop. Cuv. P. cornuta, L. Horned screamer
2. Chaia, Azz Parra chavaria, L. Faithful jacana
3. Megapodius M. dupery, Less. & Garn.
XIII. Rallus, L. R. aquatics, L. Water rail
XXIV. Fulica, L. 1. Gallinula, Briss. & Lath Ful. chloropus, L. Common water-hen
2. Porphyrio, Briss Ful. porphyrio, L. purple gallinule
3. Fulica, prop Briss F. atra, L. the Coot
XXV. Vaginalis, Lath V. chionis, Lath. White sheath-bill
XXVI. Glareola, Gm G. pratincola, Leach. the Pratincole
XXVII. Phœnicopterus, L Ph. ruber, L. Red flamingo

ORDER VI.—PALMIPEDES.

This order contains generally such birds as are web-footed, and fitted for an aquatic life. It is divided into four natural families; 1. The Brachyptera, or Drives; 2. The Longipennes, or High flying birds; 3. The Totiplames, in which the thumb, as well as the other toes, is included in the common web or membrane of the foot; and, 4. The Lamellirostyers, which have the bill furnished with rows of laminæ, resembling fine teeth.

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ORDER VI.—PALMIPEDES.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. BRACHYPTERA.
I. Colymbus, L. 1. Colymbus, prop. Briss C. cristatus, Gm. Crested grebe
2. Heliornis, Bormat. H. Senegalensis., Vieill. African coot-grebe
3. Mergus, Briss Col. Glacialis, L. Northern divder
4. Uria, Briss. & Ill. Col. trolile, L. Foolish guillemot
5. Cephus Col. minor, L. Little grebe
II. Alca, L. 1. Fratercula, Briss. Alca arctica, L. Puffin
2. Alea, prop. Cuv A. torda & pica, L. Common penguin
III. Aptenodytes, Forst 1. Aptenodytes, prop. Cuv. At. Patagonica, Gm. Patagonian penguin
2. Catarrhactes, Briss Apt. chrysocoma, Gm. Creseted penguin
3. Speniscus, Briss Apt. demersa, Gm. Cape penguin
II. LONGIPENNES.
IV. Procellaria, L. 1. Procellaria, prop. Cuv. P. pelagica, Br. Stromy peterl
2. Puffins, Briss Proc. Anglorum, Tem. Manks petrel
3. Halodrama, Illig Proc. Minatrix, Gm. Dividing petrel
4. Pachyptila, Illig Proc. Vittata, Forst. Broad-billed petrel
V. Diomedea, L D. exulans, L. Wandering albatross, or Man-of-war bird
VI. Larus, L 1. Goëland, Buff Larus marinus, Gm. Black-headed gull
2. Monette, Buff Lar. Cyanorhynchus, Meyer, Common gull
3. LestrisIllig Lar. Parasitacus, Gm. Arctic gull
VII. Sterna, L 1. Sterna, prop. Cuv St. hirundo, L. Great tern
2. Noddis, Cuv St. stollida, L. the Noddy
VIII. Rynchops, L R. nigra, L. Black skimmer, or Cut-water
III. TOTIPALMES
IX. Pelecanus, L 1. Onocrotalus, Briss Pel. onocrotalus, L Common pelican
2. Carbo, Meyer Pel. Carbo, L. the Commorant
3. Tachypetes, Vieill Pel. aquails, L. Great frigate-bird
4. Sula, Briss Pel. sula, L. the Bobby
X. Plotus, L Pl. melanogaster, L. Black-bellied darter
XI. Phaeton, L Ph. œthereus, Gm. Tropic bird
IV. LAMELLIROSTERS
XII. Anas, L 1. Cygnus, Meyer Anas olor, L. Tame or Mute swan
2. Anser, Briss An. anser, L. Common goose
3. Leucopsis, Bechst An. lecopsis, Bechst. Bernacle
4. Cereopsis, Lath Cer. Cinereus, Lath. New Holland cereopsis

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ORDER VI.—PALMIPEDES.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. LAMELLIROSTERS
XII. Anas, (cont.). 5. Oidemia, Flem. An. nigra, L. Scoter duck
6. Clangula, Leach An. histrionics, L. Harlequin duck
7. Somateria, Leach An. mollissima, L. Eider goose
8. Fuligula, Leach An. ferina L. Pochard duck
9. Rhynchaspis, Leach. An. clypeata, L. the Shoveler
10. Tadoma, Bel. An. tadoma, L. the Shieldrake
XIII. Mergus, L M. merganser, L. Goosander

Note.—The great genus Anas is primarily divided into three subgenera: swans, geese, fluid ducks; which we have indicated by interior braces; the swans forming only one subgenus, but the geese and ducks several. The last subgenus, tadoma is still further subdivided, and made to contain the Muscovy duck, the mallard, the teal, &c.; but our limits prevent us entering into such minute details.

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VERTEBRATA.

CLASS III.—REPTILIA.

Reptiles are divided into four sufficiently natural orders; the Chelonian, Saurian, Ophidian, and Batrachian, severally represented by the Tortoise, the Lizard, the Serpent, and the Frog. The last of these is remarkable for presenting in early life a structure different from that which it is to assume when adult: thus the young tadpole, it is well known, breathes by gills, and in some genera of this order the gills are never lost. An easy transition is thus formed from the class Reptiles to the subsequent class Fish.

Class. Order.
REPETILIA 1. Chelonia (Tortoise kind)
2. Sauria (Lizard kind)
3. Ophidia (Serpent kind)
4. Batrachia (Frog kind)

ORDER I.—CHELONIA.

This order contains but one genus, the Linnæan genus Testudo, which has been divided into five subgenera, as follow.

Genus Subgenus. Example Species.
I. Testudo, L. 1. Testudo, prop. Brong. (Landtortoise) T. græca, L. Common tortoise
2. Emys, Brong. (Fresh-water tortoises) Test orbicularis, L. Speckled tortoise
3. Chelonia. Brong. (Sea-totortise, or turtles) Test. mydas, L. Green turtle
4. Chelys, Dumer. (Frog-mouthed totortises) Test fimbriata, Gm. Fimbriated tortoise
5. Trinoyx, Geoff. (Soft tortoises) Test triunguis, Forsk. Soft tortoise of the Nile.

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ORDER II.—Sauria.

From the considerable differences existing between animals possessing the general characters of this order, it has been found necessary to divide it into six families, represented severally by the Crocodiles, Monitors, Iguanas, Geckos, Cameleons, and Skinks; of these families, the first and fifth have each only one genus, the second two, and the others have several genera.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CROCODILINES.
I. Crocodilus, Br 1. Gavial, Cuv Lacerta Gangetica, Gm. Gavial of the Ganges
2. Crocodilus, prop. Cuv Lacert. crocodilus, L. Common crocodile
3. Alligator, Cuv Crocod. sclerops, Schn. Spectacled cayman
II. LACERTINES
I. Monitor 1. Monitor, prop, Cuv Lacerta Nilotica, L. Monitor of the Nile
2. Ameïva, Cuv Lac. ameïva, L.
II. Lacerta 1. Lacerta prop. Cuv L. ocellata, Daud. Great green lizard
2. Algya, Cuv Lac. alegyra. L.
3. Tachydromus, Daud. T. sexlineatus Daud. Chinese fleet lizard
III. IGUANIENS.
Stellio, Cuv 1. Cordylus, Gronov. Lac. cordylus, L.
2. Stellio, prop. Daud. Lac. stellio, L. Levant lizard
3. Doryphorus, Cuv. Stellio brevicaudatus, Seb.
4. Uromastix, Cuv. Stell. spinipes, Daud. Egyptian whip-tail
II. Agama, Daud 1. Agama, prop. Cuv. A. barbata, C. Ocettated agama of New Holland
2. Tapayus, Cuv. Lacert. orbicularis, L. Tapayaxin of Mexico
3. Trapelus, Cuv. T. Ægyptius, Geoff.
4. Lecolepis, Cuv L. guttatus, Cuv.
5. Tropidolcpis, Cuv. Ag. undulata, Daud.
6. Leposoma, Spix L. tropidosaurus, Boié
7. Caiotes, Cuv Lac. calotes, L.
8. Lophyrus, Dumer Agam. gigantea, Kuhl. Lizard with forked helmet
9. Gonocephalus, Kanp.
10. Lyriocephalus, Merrem. L margaraitaceus Mer.
11. Brachylophus, Cuv Iguane à ban des, Brong. Banded iguana
12. Physignathus, Cuv. P. coccines, Cuv.
III. Istiurus, Cuv. Lacert. amboinensis, Gm. the Crest-bearder
IV. Draco, L 1. Draco, prop. Cuv. D. viridis, Daud. Green dragon
2. Sitana, Cuv. S. ponticeriana, Cuv. Pondicherry sitana
3.? Pterodactylus, Cuv. Fossil pterodactylus, Cuv.

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ORDER II.—Sauria (continued).

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
III. IGUANIENS (continued).
V. Iguana, prop. Cuv. Lac. Iguna, L. Common American iguana
VI. Opryessa, Boié Lac. superciliosa, L.
VII. Basiliscus, Daud Lac. basiliscus, L. Guiana basilisk
VIII. Polychrus, Cuv. Lac. momorata, L.
IX. Ecphimotes, Fitzing Agama tuberculata, Spix
X Oplurus Cuv O. torquatus, Cuv. Black-collared quetzpaleo of Brazil
XI. Anolius, Cuv An. velifer, Cuv. Great crested anolis

Of the Iguaniens, genera i—iv. have no palatine teeth; genera v—xi. have. This gives rise to two sections, indicated by the interior braces. To the last section would belong the fossil animal of Maastricht called Mososaurus.

Family. Genus. subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. GECKOTIENS.
I. Gecko Daud. 1. Platydactylus Lacert. facetanus, Aldrow. Wall gecko
2. Hemidactylus Geck verruculatus, Cuv. Warty gecko
3. Thecadactylus Geck, lævis, D. Smooth gecko
4. Ptyo-dactylua Lacert. gecko, Hasselq. House gecko
5. Spheriodactylu Lacert. sputator, Sparm. Baned gecko
II. Stenodactylus, Cuv S. guttatus, Geoff.
III. Gymnodactylus, Spix G. geckoides, Spix
IV. Phyllurus, Cuv. Stellio phyllurus, Schn.
V. CAMÉLÉONIENS I. Chamæleo Lacerta Africana, Gm. Common cameleon
VI. SINCOÏDIENS.
I. Scincus, Daud. 1. Scincus, prop. Cuv Lacerta scinus, L. Official skink
2. Tiliqua, Gray Sc. ocellatus, Schn. Eyed galley-wasp
II. Seps, Daud S. scincoides, Cuv.
III. Bipes, Lacép Lac. bipes, Gm. Two-footed lizard
IV. Chalacides, Daud Lac. tetradactyla, Lacép
V. Chirotes, Cuv. Lac. lumbrocoïdes, Sh. Worm-shaped lizard.

The five subgenera of the genus Gecko all agree in having the toes wide and dilated; the Stenodactyli and Gymnodactyli want this character, and are therefore placed as separate genera. To the preceding family, the Iguaniens, belong the Geosurus, Negulosaurus, Iguanodon, and many other fossil animals.

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ORDER III.—OPHIDIA.

This order is primarily divided into three families: 1. the Snakes, Anguis; 2. the true Serpents; and, 3. the naked Serpents. Of these, the 1st and 3d contain each but one genus; the 2d contains all the rest, and, as these differ in several respects, is subdivided, 1st, into two tribes, the Double-marcheurs, that is, those that move with either end foremost, and the Serpents proper, which always advance with the head in front. The Serpents proper are then divided according as they are non-venomous or venomous; and afterwards these latter according as they have isolated fangs, or fangs accompanied by the ordinary jaw teeth. Finally come the division into genera, subgenera, and species; but of all these our plan and limits will only permit us to notice the families, genera, and subgenera, illustrating as usual with a specific example of each.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ANGUIS.
I. Anguis, L 1. Pseudopus, Merrem. Lacerta apoda, Pall.
2. Ophisaurus, Daud. Ang. ventrlis, L. Glass serpent
3. Anguis, prop. Cuv A. fragillis, L. Common blind worm
4. Acontias Ang. meleagria, L. Javelin snake, or Cape pintado snake
TRUE SERPENTS.
I. Amphisbaena, L Amph. alba, Lacép.
II. Typhlops, Schn T. braminus, Cuv.
III. Tortrix, Oppel. Anguis seyatle, L. Whiplash snake
IV. Uropeltis, Cuv. U. Ceylanicus, Cuv.
V. Boa, L 1. Boa, prop. Cuv B. constricator, L. the Boa constrictor
2. Scytale, Mer S. coronate, Merr.
3. Erix E. anguiformis, Schn.
4. Erpetus, Lacép E. tentacolatus, Lac.
VI. Colouber, L 1. Python, Daud. Col. Javanicus, Sh. Great adder of the Sunda Isles
2. Cerberus, Cuv Col. cerberus, Daud.
3. Xenopelits, Reinw X. concolor, Reinw.
4. Heterdon, Beauv. H. nigricans, Beauv. Blackish pig-nosed serpent
5. Hurria, Daud Col. Hurriah, Russ. the Hurriach of Bengal
6. Bunjanus, Oppel. Col. bucephalus, Sh.
7. Dendrophis, Fitzing Col. Decorus, Sh.
8. Dryinus, Merrem Col. nasutus, Russ. Sharpnosed adder
9. Dryophis, Fitzing Col. fulgidus. Daud.
10. Oligodon, Boié Col. punctatus, Lat. Spotted adder
11. Coluber, prop, Cuv. Col. natrix, L. the Collared adder

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ORDER III.—Ophidia (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
TRUE SERPENTS (continued). VI. Acrochordus, Hornstedt A. Javenisa, Lacép.
VII. Crotalus, L C. horridus, L. American rattlensnake
VIII. Trigonocephalus, Oppel Col. Tisiphone, Sh. Brown viper of Carolina
IX. Vipera, Daud 1. Vipera, prop. Cuv Col. berus, L. Common viper
2. Naia Col. naia, L. the Cobra di capello
3. Elaps, Schn. (in part) E. lemniscatus, Cuv.
4. Microuros, Wagler M. Spixii, Wayler
5. Platouros, Lat Col. laticaudatus, L.
6. Trimeresouros Lacép T. leptocephalus, Lacép.
7. Oplocepbalus, Cuv O. Cuvieri, Gray
8. Acanthophis, Daud. A. cerastinus, Daud. Horned viper
9. Echis, Merrem. Boa horatta, Sh.
10. Langaha Brugniéres L. Madagascariensis, Lacép.
X. Bungarus, Daud. (in part) Boa. fasciata, Schn. the Ringed bungarum-pamma of Bengal
XI. Hydras, Schn. (in part) 1. Hydrophis, Daud. Hydrus curtus, Sh. Water Serpents.
2. Pelamides, Daud Hydrus biocolor Schn.
3. Chersydrus, Cuv. Hydrus granulatus, Schn.
III. NAKED SERPENTS I. Cæcilia, L Cæc. Annulata, Spix, Annulated cæcilia.

ORDER IV.—BATRACHIA.

This order is divided by Mr. Gray (see Synopsis at the end of our ninth volume) into two very natural orders or families, according as they do or do not undergo metamorphosis. Cuvier has indicated the same division, and has then proceeded to subdivide them as follows:—

Family. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Rana, L. 1. Rana, prop. Laurenti R. temporaria, L. Commonfrog
2. Ceratophris, Boié Rana cornuta, Seb. Horned frog
3. Dactylethra, Cuv Pipa lævis, Merrem.
4. Hyla, Laurenti Ran. arborea, L. Tree frog
5. Bufo, Laurenti Ran. bufo, L. Common toad
6. Bombinator, Merrem Ran. bombina, Om. Yellow bellied toad
7. Oxyrhynchus, Spix, Spix. Bufoproboacideus, Spix, Longnosed toad

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ORDER IV.—BATRACHIA (continued).

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Rana, L. (cont.) 8. Otilophua, Cuv Rana margaritifera, L. Pearled toad
9. Brevicepa, Merr Bufo gibboaus, Seb.
10. Pipa, Laurenti Rana pipa, L. the Surniam toad
II. Salamandra, Brougn 1. S. prop. Laurenti (Land Salamanders) Lacerta salamandra, L. Common salamander
2. Triton, Laurenti (Water salamanders) Salamand. Marmorata, L. Marbled salamander
III. Menopoma, Harlan Sal. giganata, Barton Great salamander of N. America
IV. Amphiuma, Garden A. tridactylum Cuv.
V. Axolotl Siren pisciformis, Sh. the Axolotl of Mexico
VI. Menobranchus, Harlan M. lateralis, Harl.
VII. Proteus, Laurenti P. anguinus, Laur. the Proteus of Carniola
VIII. Siren, L S. lacertina, L. the Lacertine siren.

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VERTEBRATA.

CLASS IV.—PISCES.

This class is divided into two great series, the Ossei and Chondropterygii; in the former of which the skeleton is formed of true bone, while in the latter it always remains in the state of cartilage or gristle. The former is divided into six, the latter into two orders; the principal characters being derived from the first gills, as the names of the orders will show.

Class. Series. Order.
PISCES OSSEI (Bony fishes) 1. Acanthopterygii
2. Malacopterygii Abdominales
3. Malacopterygii Subbrachii
4, Malacopterygii Apodes
5. Lophobranchii
6. Plectognathi
II. CHONDROPTERYGII (Cartilaginous fishes) 7. Eleutherobranchii (gills free)
8. Pectobranchii (gills confined)

SERIES I.—OSSEI.

ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII.

The Acanthopterygians make three-fourths of all the fishes known, and are the most perfectly wrought type of the class. The families into which they are divided are in general very natural, but present so many varieties with respect to those characters on which it might be supposed they could be grouped into orders or other subdivisions, �at it has been found expedient to leave them all together.

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. PERCOÏDES.
I. Perca, Cuv P. fluvialis, L. Commm perch
II. Labrax, Cuv Perea labrax, L. the Basse
III. Lates, Cuv Perca Nilotica, L. the Variole of the Nile
IV. Centropomus, Lacép C. undecimalis, Cuv.
V. Grammistes, Cuv G. orientalis, Bl.
VI. Aspro, Cuv. 1. Aspro, prop Perea asper, L. the Rhone perch
2. Huro, Cuv. & Val. H. nigricans, C. & V.
3. Etelis, Cuv. & Val E. carbunculus C. & V.
4. Niphon, Cuv. & Val. N. spinosus, C. & V.
5. Enoplœsus, Lacép. E. annatus, Lacép.
6. Diploprion, Kuhl. D. bifasriatura, Kuhl.
VII. Apogon Cuv 1. Apogon prop. La- Mullus imberbis, L. King of the Mullets
2. Cheilodipterus, Lacép. Perca lineata, Forsk.
3. Pomatomus, Risso P. telescope, Risso
VIII. Ambassis, Commers A. Commersonii, C. & V.
IX. Ludo-perca, Cuv Perca lucioperca, L. the Pikeperch
X. Serranus Cuv 1. Serranus, prop. Perea scriba, L. the Sea-perch
2. Anthias, Bl. (in part) A. sacer, Bl. the Barber
3. Merou, Cuv. Perea gigas, Gm.
XI. Plectropoma, Cuv Pl. melanoleucum, Cuv.
XII. Diacope, Cuv D. sebæ, Cuv.
XIII. Mesoprion, Cuv M. unimaculatus, Russel
XIV. Acerina, Cuv Perea cernua, L. the Ruffe
XV. Rypticus, Cuv Anthais saponaceus, Bl. the Soap-maker
XVI. Polyprion, Cuv P. cernuum, Valenc.
XVII. Centropristis, Cuv C. nigricans, Cuv. Black basse or Blck ham
XVIII. Grystes, Cuv Cichla variabilis, Leasueur New York growler
XIX. Cirrhites, Commers C. maculatus, Lactp.
XX. Chirnemus, Cuv C. georgianus, Cuv. & Val.
XXI. Pomotis, Cuv P. vulgaris, Cuv. Pond perch
XXII. Centrarchus, Cuv C. æneus, Cuv.
XXIII. Priacanthus, Cuv Anthias boops, Bloch
XXIV. Dules, Cuv
XXV. Therapon, Cuv 1. Therapon, prop. Holocentrus servus, Bl.
2. Datina, Cuv. & Val. Coius datins, Buch.
XXVI. Pelates, Cuv P. 5-lineatus, Cut. & Val.
XXVII. Helotes, Cuv H. 6-lineatus, Cut. & Val.
XXVIII. Trichodon, Steller T. stelleri, Cut.
XXIX. Sillago, Cuv. S. domina, Cuv. Lady-fish of pondichery

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. PERCOÏDES (continued).
XXX. Holocentrum, Artedi H. longipinne, Cuv. Long-finned red-man of St. Thomas's Island
XXXI. Myripristis, Cuv M. Japonicus, Cuv. & Val.
XXXII. Beryx, Cuv. B. decadactylus, Cuv. & Val.
XXXIII. Trachicthys, Shaw T. Austrila, Sh. New Holland rough-fish
XXXIV. Trachinus, Lin T. draco, L. the Weaver
XXXV. Percis, Bl. P. maculata, Bl.
XXXVI. Pinguipes, Cuv. P. Brasilianus, Cuv. & Val.
XXXVII. Percophin, Cuv. P. Brasilianus, Cuv. & Val.
XXXVIII. Uranoscopus, Lin U. scaber, L. the Uranoscopus
XXXIX. Polynemus, Lin. P. paradisæus, L. the Mango-fish
XL. Sphyræna, Bl Sp. barracuda, Cuv.
XLI. Pandepis, Cuv. Coregonus paralepis, Riss.
XLII. Mullus, Lin. 1. Mullus, prop. Cuv. M. barbatus, L. Red mullet
2. Upeneus, Cuv. M. vittatus, Forsk. Striped mullet
I. Trigla, L 1. Trigla, prop Cuv. Tr. hirundo, L. Sapphirine guarnard
2. Prionotes, Lacép. Tr. Cataphracta, L. Spotted guarnard
3. Peristedion, Lacép. Tr. Cataphracta, L. Mailed guarnard
4. DactylopterusLacép. Tr. volitans, L. Flying gurnard
II. Cephalocanthus, Lacép. Gasterosteus spinarella, L.
III. Cottus, Lin 1. Cottus, prop. Cuv. C. gobio, L. Miller's thumb
2. Aspidophorua, Lacép. Cott cataphractus, L. Armed bull-head
IV. Hemitriptems, Cuv Cott. tripterygius, Bl. Searaven
V. Hemilepidotus, Cuv. Cott hemilepidotus, Tiles
VI. Platycephalus, Bl Cott. insidiator, L.
VIII. Scorpæna Lin. Scorpæna prop. Cuv. S. scrofa, L. Great sea-devil
2. Sebastes, Cuv Perca Norvegica, Müll. the marulke of Nerway
3. Pteroïs, Cuv Scrop. Volitans, L. Gini-maka, or Great fire of Ceylon
VIII. Blepsias Blennius villoras, Stell.
IX. Apistes Ap. alatus, Cuv
X. Agriopus Blennius torvus, Gronov.
XI. Pelorus Scorpcena didactyla, Pall.
XII. Synanceia, Bl Scorp. horrida, Lin.
XIII. Monocentris, Bl. M. Japonica, Bl.

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. MAILED CHEEKS.
XIV. Gasterosteus 1. Gasterosteus prop. Cuv. G. aculeatus, L. Great stickle back
2. Gaster, Cuv. Gaster. Spinochia, L. Sea stickle back
I. SCIENOÏDES. XV. Oreosoma, Cuv O. Atlanticum, Cuv
I. Sciæna 1. Sciæna, prop. Cuv. S. umbra, Cuv. the Maigre of the Mediterranean
2. Otolithus, Cuv. O. ruber, Cuv. Stone-fish of Pondicherry
3. Ancylodon Lonchurus ancylodon, Bloch
4. Corvina, Cuv. Sciæna nigra, Lin. Raven fish
5. Johnius, Bl J. maculates, Bl. Bengal whiting
6. Umbire, Cuv. Sciæna cirrhosa, L. Bearded sciæna
7. Lonchurus, Bl L. barbatus, Bl
8. Pogonias, Lacép. Labrus grunniens, Mitch. the Drum
II. Eques, Bl. Eq. Americanus, Bl.
III. Hæmulon, Cuv. H. formosum, Cuv. the Grust, or Red-thorat
IV. Pristipoma, Cuv. P. husta, Cuv.
V. Diagramma, Cuv Lutjanus luteus, Bl.
VI. Lobotes, Cuv Bodianus triurus Mitch Triple-tailed black perch
VII. Cheilodactylus, Lacép Ch. fasciatus Lacép.
VIII. Scolopsides, Cuv Anthias Japonicus, Bl.
IX. Micropterus, Lacép. M. dolomica, Lacép.
X. Amphiprion, Bl. Amph. ephippum, Bl.
XI. Premnas, Cuv Chætodon biaculeatus, Bl.
XII. Pomocentrus, Lacép Chætodon pavo, Bl.
XIII. Dascyllus, Cuv Chætodon araunus, Lin.
XIV. Glyphisdon, Lacép Chætodon saxatilis, Lin.
XV. Heliasus H. insolatus, Cuv.
I. SPAROÏDES.
I. Sargus, Cuv Sparus ovis, Mitch. the Sheep's head
II. Chrysophris, Cuv Sparus aurata, L. Gilt-head of Pennant
III. Pargus Sparus pargus, L.
IV. Pagellus Sparus erythrinus, L.
V. Dentex, Cuv Sparus dentex, L.
VI. Pentapus, Cuv Sparus vittatus, Bl.
VII. Lethrinus, Cuv Sparus chærorhynus, Bl.
VIII. Cantharus Cuv Sparus canthrus, Lin.
IX. Boops, Cuv Sparus boops, Lin.
X. Oblada, Cuv Sparus melanurus, Lin.

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
V. MÆNIDES (continued).
Mæna, Cuv Sparus mæna, Lin.
II. Smaris, Cuv S. alcedo, Riss. the Kingfisher of Nice
III. Cæsio, Lacép C. smaris, Cuv.
IV. Gerrus, Cuv G. Brasilianus, Cuv.
VI. SQUAMIPENNES.
I. Chætodon, L 1. Chætodon, prop. Cuv Ch. striatus, L. Zebra fish
2. Chelmon Cuv Chætodon rostratus, L.
3. Henichus Chætodon acuminatus, L.
4. Ephippus Chætodon faber, Brouss. Pilot-fish of Sloane
5. Taurichtyus T. varius, Cuv. Buffalo-fish
6. Holocanthus, Lacép H. tricolor, Bl. the Windowcoquette
7. Pomacanthus Chætodon aureus Bl.
8. Platax Chætodon vespertilio Bl.
II. Psettus, Commers Chætodon rhombeus Bl.
III. Pimelepterus, Lacép Xyster nigrescens Lacép.
IV. Dipterdon D. capensis, Cuv.
V. Brama, Bl. Sparus raii, Bl. Lesser sea-bream of Pennant
VI. Pempheris, Cuv Sparus argenteus, White
VIII. Toxotes, Cuv Labrus jaculator, Sh. the Archer
VIII. SCOMBEROÏDES.
I. Scomber 1. Scomber, prop. Cuv S. scombrus, Lin. the Mackerel
2. Thynnus, Cuv Scomber thynnus, Lin. the Tunny
3. Orycnus, Cuv Scomb. Alalonga, Gm. Mam-of-war
4. Anixs, Cuv Scomb. bisus, Rafin.
5. Sarda Cuv Scomb. sarda, Bl.
6. Cybium Cuv C. guttatum, Cuv. Seer-fish of Calcutta
7. Thyrsites Scomb. dentetus, Bl.
8. Gempylus Scomb. serpens, Solander
II. Xiphias, Lin 1. Xiphias, prop. Cuv X. gladius, Lin. Common sword-fish
2. Tetrapturus, Rafin T. belone, Rafin. Neddle-fish
3. Makaira, Lacép Xiphias makaira, Sh.
4. Istiophorus, Lacép Xiph. vilifer, Bl. the Sail-fish
III. Centronotus, Lac 1. Naucrates, Rafin Scomber doctor, Bl. pilot-fish
2. Elacates El. Motta, Russel
3. Lichia, Cuv Scomber auria, Lin.
4. Trachinotes, Lacép Chætodon glacus, Lacép.
IV. Rhincobdella, Bl. 1. Macrognathes, Lacép Rhincobd. Orientalism Oriental leech-nose
2. Mastacembelus, Gronov Rhincold. Haleppensis, Bl.
V. Campilodon, Oth. Fabric Notacanthus nasus, Bl.

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
VII. SCOMBEROÏDES (continued).
VI. Seriola Cuv Scomber lactarius, Bl. Milk-fish of Pondicherry
VII. Nomeus, Cuv N. Mauritii, Cuv. the Shephered-fish
VIII. Temnodon, Cuv T. saltata, Cuv.
IX. Caranx, Cuv 1. Caranx prop. Cuv Scomber trachurus, Lin.
2. Carangus Scomb. hippos, Lin. Mackerel
3. Citulus Scomb. speciosus, Lacép.
X. Vomer 1. Olistus Cuv O. Malabaricus, Cuv.
2. Scyris, Cuv Sc. Indica, Cuv.
3. Blepharis, Cuv Bl. Indicus, Cuv.
4. Gallus, Cuv Gallichthys major, Cuv. Sea-cock
5. Argyreloses Zeus rostratus, Mitchill
6. Vomer, prop. Cuv Zeus setapinnis, Mitchill
XI. Zesus, Lin 1. Zesus, prop. Cuv Zesus faber, Lin. the Dory
2. Capros, Lacép Zesus aper, Lin.
3. Chrysostosus Lacép Lampris guttatus, Retz.
4. Equula, Cuv Scomber equula, Forskal
5. Menes, Lacép Zesus maculates. Bl.
XII. Stromateus, Lin. 1. Fiatola Stromateus fiatola, Lin.
2. Pamphuls, Cuv Strom. Niger, Bl. Black pomfret
3. Peprilus P. crenulatus, Cuv
4. Luvarus, Rafin L. imperialis, Rafin
XIII. Seserinus, Cuv S. rondeletii, Cuv.
XIV. Kustus, Bl K. Indicus, Bloch
XV. Coryphæna, Lin 1. Coryphæna, prop Cuv C. hippurus, L. Dordo (commonly but incorrectly) Dolphin
2. Caranxomorus, Lacép Scomber pelgicus, Lin
3. Centrolophus, Lacép Corypæna pompilus, L.
4. Astrodermus, Bonnelli A. guttatus, Bonnelli
5. Oligopus, Lacép Coryphæna villifera, Pall. the Sail-bearer
VIII. TÆNIOÏES.
I. Lepidopus, Gouan L. argyreus, Cuv. Silver garter-fish
I. Lepidopui, Gouan.
II. Trichiurus, Lin T. lepturus, Lin. Slender-tailed ribbon-fish
III. Gymnetrus, Bl Regaleus glesne, Ax. King of the herrings
IV. Stylephorus, Shaw Styl. chordatus, Sh.
V. Cæpola, Lin C. rubescens, L. Reddish ribbon fish
VI. Lophotes, Giorna L. Lacepedii, Giorna
IX. THEUTYES.
I. Sijanus, Forsk S. stellatus, Forsk.
II. Acanthnrus, Lacép. Chætodon chirugus Bl. the Surgeon
III. Prionurus, Lacép. P. microlepidotus, Lacép. Small-scaled saw-tail
IV. Naseus, Commers N. fronticonis, Cuv. Unicorn of Forskal

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTEEYGII (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IX. THEUTYES.
V. Axinuros, Cuv A. thymnoïdes, Cuv.
VI. Priodon, Cuv P. annularis, Cuv. Ringed saw-tooth
X. WITH LABYRINTHIFORM PHARYNEGEALS.
I. Anabas A. scandens, Cuv. the Climbing-fish
II. Polyacanthus, Kuhl Chætodon Chinensis, Bl.
III. Macropus, Lacép M. virdi-auratus, Lacép.
IV. Helostoma, Kuhl H. Temminkii, Cuv.
V. Osphromenus, Commers Osph. Olfax, Commers. the Gourami
VI. Trichopus Labrus trichopterus, Gmel.
VII. Spirobranchus, Cuv Sp. capensis, Cuv.
VIII. Ophicephalus, Bl Oph. punctatus Bl. Spotted serpent-head
XI. MUGILOÏDES.
I. Mugil, Lin M. cephalus, the Common mullet of the Mediterranean
II. Tetragonurus, Riss T. Cuvieri, Risso
III. Atherina, Lin Ath. presbyter, Cuv. the Priest
XII. GOBIOÏDES.
I. Blennius, L. 1. Blennius, prop. Cuv B. galerita, L. the Blenny
2. Pholis, Artedi Blen. pholis, L. Smooth Blenny
3. Myxodes M.
4. Salarias Bl. aliens, Com. Leaping blenny
5. Clinus Bl. argenteus, Riss. Silver blenny
6. Cirrhibarbes, Cuv C. Indicus, Cuv. Yellow blenny
7. Gunnellus, Cuv Bl. gunnellus, Butter-fish
8. Opistognathus, Cuv O. sonnerati, Cuv.
9. Zoarcus, Cuv Bl. vivparus, L. Viviparous blenny
II. Anarrhicas, L
III. Gobius, L 1. Gobius, prop. Lacép G. niger, L. Black goby, or Sea gudgeon
2. Gobioïdes, Lacép Gob. Broussonet, Lacép.
3. Tænioïdes, Lacép Cœpola cœcula, Bl.
4 Periophthalmus, Schn Gob. schlosseri, Pall.
5 Eleotris Gob. dormitor, Lacép. Sleepy goby
IV. Callinoymus, L C. lyra, L. Yellow dragonet
V. Trichonouts, Schn T. setigerus, Bl.
VI. Comephorus, Lacép Callinoymus baicalensis, Pall.
VII. Platypterus, Kuhl. & V. Hass. P. melanocephala, K. & V. H.
VIII. Labrax, Pall L. lagocephalus, Pall.

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ORDER I.—ACANTHOPTERYGII (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
XIII. PECTORALES PEDICULÉES.
I. Lophius, Lin 1. Lophius prop. Cuv L. piscatorius, Fishing frog, or Sea-devil
2. Antennarius Commers A. pictus, Cuv. Painted sail fish
3. Malthe Loph. vespertilio, Sea-bat
II. Batrachus, Bl. Loph. bufo, Mitch. American toad-fish
XIV. LABROÏDES.
I. Labrus, Lin. 1. Labrus, prop. Cuv L. maculates, Bl. Spotted old wife
2. Cheilinus, Lacép C. trilbatus, Lacép
3. Lachnolaimus, Cuv L. suillus, Cuv.
4. Julis, Cuv Labrus julis, Lin.
5. Anampses, Cuv Labrus tetrodon, Bl.
6. Crenilabraus Labrus gibbus, L. Gibbous wrasse
7. Coricus, Cuv C. rubescens, Risso
8. Epiboulus, Cuv Sparus insidiator, Pall.
9. Clepticus, Cuv C. genizara, Cuv.
10. Elops, Commers Gomphosus viridis, Cuv.
II. Xirichthys, Cuv Coryphæna novacula, L. Razor-fish
III. Chromis, Cuv 1. Chromus, prop. Sparus chromis, L. Chestnutfish
2. Cychla, Bl C. saxatilis, Bl.
3. Plesiops, Cuv P.? Cuv.
4. Malacanthus, Cuv Coryphæna plumier, Lac. Sea-peacock
IV. Scarus, L 1. Scarus, prop. Cuv Sc. psittacus, Forsk. the Parrot fish
2. Calliodon Scar. Spinidens, Quoy & Gaym.
3. Odax Scar. Pullus, Forster
XV. FISTULARIÆ.
I. Fistularia, Lin 1. Fistularia, Lacép F. tabaccana, L. Pipe-fish
2. Aulostoma, prop. Lacép Fist. Chinensis, Bl. Chinese pipe-fish
II. Centriscus, Lin 1. Centriscus, prop. C. scolopax, L. sea-snipe
2. Amphisile, Klein Cent. Scutatus, Shielded snipe

SERIES I.—OSSEI.

ORDER II.—MALACOPTERYGII ABDOMINALES.

Ventral fins behind the pectorals; rays soft or articulated. There are five families.

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ORDER II.—MALACOPTERYGII ABDOMINALES.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CYPRINOÏDES.
I. Cyprinus 1. Cyprinus, prop. Cuv. C. carpio, L. the Carp
2. Barbus, Cuv Cyp. barbus, L. the Barbel
3. Gobio, Cuv. Cyp. gobio, L. the Gudgeon
4. Tinea, Cuv. Cyp. tinea, L. the Tench
5. CyrrhinuB, Cuv Cyp. cirrhosus, Bl.
6. Abramis, Cuv. Cyp. brama, L. the Bream
7. Labeo, Cuv. Cyp. Nilodcus, Geoff.
8. Catastomus, Lesueur C. cyprinus, Lea.
9. Leuciscus, Klein Cyp. rutilus, L. the Roach
10. Chela, Buchanan Cyp. cultratus, L. Razor carp
11. Gonorhynchus, Gronov Cyp. Gonorhynchus, Gm.
II. Cobitis L C. tænia, L. the River loche
III. Anableps, Bl An. tetarphthalmus, Bl.
IV. Pæcilia, Schn P. Schneideri, Val.
V. Lebias, Cuv L. ellipsoïdea, Les.
VI. Fundulus, Lacép F. cænicolus, Val.
VII. Molinesia, Les M. lauipinna, Les.
VIII. Cyprinodon, Lacép Cypr. umbra, Cuv.
II, ESOCES.
I. Esox, L 1. Esox, prop. Cuv E. lucius, L. the Pike
2. Galaxiaa, Cuv. S. truttaceus, Cuv.
3. Alepocephalus, Riss Al. rostratus, Risso
4. Microstoma, Cuv. Serpula microstoma, Risso
5. Stomias, Cuv. Esox boa, Riss. Serpent-pike
6. Chauliodus, Schn C. Sloanii, Schn.
7. Salanx, Cuv S.? Cuv.
8. Belone, Cuv Es. Belone, L. Sea-pike, or Garfish
9. Scomberesox, Lacép. S. camperi, Lac. Mackerel-pike
10. Hemiramphus, Cuv H. longirostris, Cuv.
II. Exocetus, L E. volitans, Bl. Flying fish
III. Mormyrus, L M. Huselquistii, Geoff.
III SILUROÏDES
I. Silurus, L 1. Silurus, prop. Lacép. S.?
2. Silurus spec Art & Gron S. glanis, Seat fish
3. Schilbus S. mystus, Hasselq.
4. Mystus, Art. & Lin.
5. Bagrus 1 S. erythropterus, Bl.
6. Pimelodus, prop. S. 4-maculatus, Bl.
7. Synodontis, Cuv. S. clarios, Hasselq.
8. Agenoisus, Lacép S. militaris, Bl. Horned silure
9. Doras, Lacép S. castatus, L.
10. Heterobranchus, Geoff S. angulllaris, Hasselq.
11. Plotosus, Lacép P. cæsius, Buchan
12. Callichthys, Lin S. callichthys, Bl. Tomoate
II. Malapterurus, Lacép S. electricus, L.

1 Bagrus and Pimelodus, prop, are divisions of the subgenus Pimelodus of Lacé-péde.

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ORDER II.—MALACOPTERYGII ABDOMINALES (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. SILUROÏDES.
III. Aspredo, Lin S. hexadactylus, Lacép.
IV. Loricaria, Lin 1. Hypostomus, Lacép. L. plecostoxmus, L.
2. Loricaria, prop. Lacép L. cataphracta, L. Cataphract
IV. SALMONES.
I. Salmo 1. Salmo, prop. Cuv S. trutta, L. Salmon trout
2. Osmerus, Arted S. eperlanus, L. Smelt
3. Mallotus, Cuv. S. Groenlandicus, Bl. Greenland salmon
4. Thymallus, Cuv S. thymallus, L. Greyling
5. Coregonus, Cuv C. hyemalis, Jur.
6. Argentina, L A. sphyræna, L. Sheppy argentine
7. Curknates, Cuv. S. edentulus, Bl.
8. Anastomus, Cuv S. anastomus, L.
9. Gasteropelecus, Bl. G. sternicla, Bl.
10. Piabuqu S. argentinus, Bl.
11. Serra-salmo, Lacép. S. rhomboides, Bl.
12. Tetragonopterus, Arted T. argenteus, Arted.
13. Chalceus, Cuv. C. angulatus, Spix
14. Myletes, Cuv. M. Duriventris, Cuv.
15. Hydrocyon, Cuv S. falcatus, Bl.
16. Cytliarinus, Cuv. C. Geoffrcei, Cuv.
17. Saurus, Cuv S. Mexicanus, Cuv.
18. Scopelus, Cuv. S. Humbolt, Rip.
19. Aulopua, Cuv S. balbo, Rip.
20. Sternoptyx, Herman. S. diaphana, Herm.
V. CLUPES.
I. Clupea L. 1. Clupea Cuv C. harengus, L. Herring
2. Alosa, Cuv. C. alosa, L. Shad
3. Chatoessus, Cuv C. thrissa, Bl. Sprat
II. Odontognathus, Lacép O. spinax, Lacép.
III. Pristigaster, Cuv P. cayanus, Cuv.
IV. Notopterus, Lacép N. kapirat, Lacép.
V. Engraulis, Cuv Cl. encrasicholus, L. Anchovy
VI. Thryssa, Cuv C. setirostris, Brouss.
VII. Megalops, Lacép C. gigantea, Shaw
VIII. Elops, L Argentina machnata, Forsk.
IX. Buterinus, Commers Cl. Brasiliensis, Bl.
X. Chirocentras, Cuv Esox chirocentrua, Lacép.
XI. Hyodon, Les H. clodalis, Les.
XII. Amia, L A. calva, Lin.
XIII. Sudis, Cuv S. gigas, Spix
XIV. Osteoglosswn, Vandeli O. vandelli, Cuv.
XV. Lepisosteus, Lacép. Esox osseus, L. Greater garfish
XVI. Polypterus, Geoff P. Senegalus, Cuv.

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SERIES I.—OSSEI.

ORDER III.—MALACOPTERYGII SUBBRACHII.

Ventral fins under the pectorals.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. GADOIDES
I. Gadus, L. 1. Morrhua G. morrhua, L. Cod
2. Merlangus G. merlangus, L. Whiting
3. Merluccius G. merluccius, L. Hake
4. Lota, Cuv G. molua, L. Ling
5. Motella, Cuv G. mustle, L. White-fish
6. Brosmius, Cuv G. brosmius, Gmel.
7. Brotula, Cuv Enchelyopus barbatus, Bl. Pout-fish
8. Phycis, Arted. & Schn. P. Mediterraneus, Lar.
9. Raniceps G. raninus, Mull.
II. Lepidoleprus, Riss. L. ccelorhyndius, Rip.
II. FLATFISHES.
I. Pleuronectes, L. 1. Platessa, Cuv Pleur. flesus, L. Flounder
2. Hypoglossus, Cuv. Pl. hypoglossus, L. Halibut
3. Rhombus, Cuv Pl. rhombus, L. Brill
4. Solea, Cuv Pl solea, L. Sole
5. Monochir, Cuv Pl. macrochirus, Lar.
6. Achirus, Lacép Pl achirus, L.
III. DISCO BOLES
I. Lepadogaster, Gouan. 1, Lepidogaster, prop L. gouan Lacép. Lesser sucking-fish
2. Gobiesoces, Lacép. L. dentax, Schn.
II. Cycloptruns, L. 1. Lumpua Cyclopterus lumpus, L. Lump-fish
2. Liparis, Arted C. liparis, Sea small
III. Echeneis, L. E. remora, L. Sucking-fish

SERIES I.—OSSEI.

ORDER IV.–MALACOPTERYGII APODES,

Constitute one natural family.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ANGUILLIYORMES, 1. Muræna, L. 1. Anguilla, Thun. & Shaw A?
2. Anguilla, prop Mur. conger, L. Conger eel
3. Ophisurus, Lacép M. serpens, L. Sea serpent
4. Muraena, prop. Thunb M. helena, L. Murarte
5. Spagebranchus, Bl S. rostratus, Bl. Double-chin-glit
6. Monopterus, Commers. & Lacép M. Javanais, Lacép.
7. Synbranclius, Bl S. marmoratus, Bl.
8. Alabes, Cuv A.?

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Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ANGUILLIYORMES,
II. Saccopharynx, Mitch s. flagellum, Mitch.
III. Gymnotus, L. 1. Gymnotus, Prop. Lacép. G. electrica., L. Electric eel
2. Sternarchas, Schn G. albifirom, Pall.
IV. Gymnarchus, Cuv G. Nilotiou, Cuv.
V. Leptocephalus, Penn L. Moriaii, Gmel.
VI. Ophidium, L. 1. Ophidium prop O. barbatum, Bl.
2. Fieraafer O. imberbe, Lin.
3. Ammodytea, L. O. tobianos, L. Sand eel

SERIES I.—OSSEI.

ORDER V.—LOPHOBRANCHII.

Gills in tufts; operculum fixed by a membrane which only affords a small aperture for the escape of the water. There are two genera.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Syngnathus, L. 1. Syngnathus, prop S. acus, L. Sea adder
2. Hippocampus, Cuv H. brevirostris, Cuv.
3. Solenostomus, Lacép. Fistularia paradoxa, Pall.
II. Pegasus, L P. draco, L. Sea dragon

SERIES I.—OSSEI.

ORDER VI.—PLECTOGNATHI.

Maxillary fixed to the intermaxillary bones, and the palatal to the cranium. Opercula covered in.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. GYMNO-DONTES
I. Diodon, L. D. atinga, Bl. Globe-fish
II. Tetraodon, L T. lineatus, L.
III. Orthogariscus, Schn O. spinosua, Bl. Sun-fish
IV. Triodon T. bursarius, Reinw.
II. SCLERO DEEMATA I. Balistes, L. 1. Balistes, prop B. capriscus, L. Sea-hag
2. Monocanthus, Cuv. B. tomentosus, L.
3. Aluterus, Cuv B. monoceres, L.
4. Triacanthus, Cuv B. biaculeatus, Bl. Long-filic-fish
II. Ostracion, L. O. bicaudalis, Bl.

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SERIES II.—CHONDROPTERYGII.

ORDER I.—ELEUTHEROBRANCHII.

Genus Subgenus Example of Species.
I. Accipenser, L. A. sturio, L. Common sturgeon
II. Polyodon, Lacép. Squalus spatula, Mand.
III. Chimæra, L. 1. Chimæra, Prop. Cuv. C. monstrosa, L. King of the
2. Callorhynehus, Gron. C. callorhynchus, L. Elephanifisk

SERIES II.—CHONDROPTERYGII.

ORDER II.—PENTOBRANCHII.

Family Genus Subgenus Examples of Species.
I. PLAGIOSTOMA.
I. Squalus, L. 1. Scyllium, Cuv, S. candcula, L. Species.
2. Squalus, porp. S.?
3. Carcharias, Cuc. S. carcharias, L. White shark
4. Lamna, Cuc. S. cornubicus, Schn. Porbeagle shark
5. Galeus, Cuv. S. galeus, L. Tope
6. Mustelus, Cuv. S. mustelus, Lin. Smooth hound
7. Notidanus, Cuv. S. griaeus, L.
8. Selache, Cuv. S. maximus, Basking shark
9. Cestracion, Cuv. S. philippi, schn.
10. Spinax, Cuv. S. acanthias, Lin. Hound-fish
11. Centrina, Cuv. S. centrina, Lin.
12. Scymnus, Cuv. S. squamosus, Lacép.
II. Zygæna, Cuv. S. malleus, Val. Hammer-headed shark
III. Squatina, Dum. S. squatius, L. Angel-fish
IV. Pristis, Lath. P. antiquorum, Lath. Saw-fish
V. Raia, Lin. 1. Rhinobatus, Schn. R. rhinobatus, Lin.
2. Rhina, Schn. R. ancylostomus, Bl.
3. Torpedo, Dum. T. galvanii, Riss. Torpedo
4. Raia, prop. Cuv. R. clavata, L. sting ray
5. Trygon, Adans. R. pastinaca, L. Sting ray
6. Anacanthus, Ehrenb. R. orbicularis, Bl.
7. Myliobates, Dum. R. aquila, L. Sea-eagle
8. Cephalothoptera, Dum. R. cephalothoptera, Schn.
II. CYCLOSTOMA.
I. Petromyzon, L. Petromyzon, prop. P. fluvialis, L. River lamprey
II. Myxine, L. 1. Heptatrema, Dum. P. cirrhatus, Forst.
2. Gastrobranchus, Bloch G. cæcus, Bl. Blind lamprey
3. Ammocœtes, Dum. P. branchialis, Lin. Pride of the Iris

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INVERTEBRATA.

DIVISION II.—MOLLUSCA.

The animals of this second grand division of the animal kingdom are either naked or testaceous.

They are divided into six classes.

class. order.
MOLLUSCA. I. CEPHALOPODA
II. PTEROPODA
III. GASTEROPODA
IV. ACEPHALA
V. BRACHIOPODA
VI. ClRRHOPODA

CLASS I.—CEPHALOPODA.

This class, named from the long prehensile arms which surround the head, includes but one order, designated by the same name, divided into six genera.

Genus. Subgenus Example of Species.
I. Sepia 1. Octopus Lam. Polypus, AristotleEledone, Arist. Sepia octopodla, L.
Octopus moschatus, Lam.
2. Argonata, Lin. Nautilus & Pompilus of the ancients
3 Bellerophon (Fossil) B. vasulites, Montf
4 Loligo, Lam. Sepia loligo, Lin.
5 Onykia, Lesusur. On. cariboea, Lesueur.
6 Sepiola, Cuv. Sepia sepiola, Lin.
7 Chondrosepia, Leukard. Chon. Loligiformis, Leukard
8. Sepia, prop. Lam. Sepia officinalis, Lin. Commoncuttle
II. Nautilus 1. Sepia Lam. N. spiruia, L. Rams-horn
2. Nautilius prop. Cuv. N. Pompilius, L. Great chambered nauttilus

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CLASS I.—CEPHALOPODA (continued).

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. Belemnites
IV. Actinocamax, Miller
V. Ammonites, Brug. 1. Ammonites, prop. Lam. These genera, with their subdivisions, are all fossil.
2. Ceratltes, Haan
3. Orbitulites, Lam,
4. Scaphites, Sowerb.
5. Baculites, Lam.
6. Hamites, Sowerb.
7. Turrilites, Mantf.
VI. Camerines, Brug. Nummulites, Lam 1. Siderolithes, Lam.
2. Helicostega
Hel. nautiloida
Hel. turbinoida
Hel. ammonoida
3. Stygostega
4. Enallostega
5. Agathistega

CLASS II.—PTEROPODA.

The feet, so to speak, or rather the organs of locomotion of this class, have the appearance bf wings or fins. It constitutes, like the last, but one order.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Clio, Lin. Clio borealis, Lin
II. Cymbulia, Peron.
III. Pneumodermon, Cuv Pn. Peronii, Cuv.
IV. Limacina, Cuv Clio helicina, Phips. & Gm.
V. Hylaea, Lam Anomia tridentata, Forskall
VI. Cleodora, Peron 1. Cleodora, prop.
2. Cresis
3. Cuvieries
4. Psyche
5. Eurybia
VII. Pyrgo Defrance Fossil

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CLASS III.—GASTEROPODA.

Includes the reptilious mollusca. They are naked or testaceous, though all the latter have not a shell large enough to take in the body of the animal. The class is divided into eight order, viz:—

class. order.
GASTEROPODA. 1. Pulmonaria
2. Nudibranchiata
3. Inferobranchiata
4. Tectibranchiata
5. Heteropoda
6. Pectinabranchiata
7. Scutibranchiata
8. Cyclobranchiata

ORDER I. PULMONARIA.

These mollusca breathe by a sort of internal lungs, instead of gills. It is composed of the following genera.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
TERRESSTRIAL PULMONARIA.
I. Limax, L. slug 1. Limax, prop. Cuv
2. Arion, Ferussac Lim. rufus, L.
3. Limas, Ferussac Lim. maximus, L.
4. Vaginulus, Ferussac Vag. Taunaisii, Ferus.
5. Testacella, Lam Test. haliotoidea, Draparn.
6. Parmacella, cuv Parm. Olivieri, Cuv.
II. Helix, L Snail 1. Helix, prop. Brug. & Lam Hel. pomatia, L. Edible snail
2. Vitrina, Draparn. Helico-Limax, Feruss Hel. pellucida, Mül.
3. Bulimus, prop. Lam. Hel. decollata, Gm. Truncated snail
4. Pupa, Lam. Bul. labrosus, Oliv.
5. Chondrus, Cuv. Bul zebra, Oliv.
6. Succinea, Drap. Suc. amphibia, Drop.
III. Clausilia, Drap. Turbo perversus, L. Reversed wreath
IV. Achatina, Lam. Bulla achatina, Chemn. Broad stripped dipper

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ORDER I.—PULMONARIA (continued).

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
II. AQUATIC PULMONARIA. V. Onchidium, Buchanan Onchid. Typhæ, Buch.
VI. Planorbis, Brug Hel. vortex, Gm.
VII. Limnæus, Lam. Hel. stagnalis, Gm.
VIII. Physa, Drap. Bulla fontinalis, L.
IX. Scarabæus, Montf. Hel. scarabæus, L.
X. Auricula, Lam. Aur. myosotis, Drap.
XI. Conovulus, Lam. Melampes,
Montf
Voluta minuta, L.

ORDER II.—NUDIBRANCHIATA.

With naked gills on the back. They are divided into the following genera.

Genus. Example if Species.
I. Doris, Cuv. Dor. verucosa, L.
II. Onchidora, Blainv. Onch. Leachii, Blain.
III. Plocamoceros, Leuckard Ploc. ocellatus, Leach
IV. Polycera, Cuv Doris quadrilineata, Müll.
V. Tritonia, Cuv Trit Hombergii, Cuv.
VI. Thethys, Lin T. fimbria, L. Cuv.
VII. Scyllæa, Lin s. pelagica, L. Cuv.
VIII. Glaucus, Forster Doris radiata, Gm.
IX. Laniogerus, Blain L. Elfortii, Blain.
X. Eolidia, Cuv Doris papillosa
XI. Cavolina, Brug Doris peregrina, Gm.
XII. Flabellina, Cuv Doris affiuis, Gm.
XIII. Tergipes, Cuv Limax tergipes, Forskal
XIV. Busiris, Risso Bus. griseus, Risso
XV. Placobranchus, Van Hasselt Plac. Hasseltii, Cuv.

ORDER III.—INFEROBRANCHIATA.

Gills on the lower sides of the body.

Genus. Example of Species.
I. Phyllidia, Cuv Phil. trilincata, Seba
I. Diphyllidia, Cuv Diphyl. Brugmansii, Cuv.

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ORDER IV.—TECTIBRANCHIATA—MONOPLEUROBRANCHIATA,
Blain.

Gills like leaflets, on the right side, or on the back.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Pleurobranchus, Cuv Pleur. Peronii, Cuv.
II. Pleurobranchæa, Meckel Pleur. Meckellii, Lam.
III. Aplysia, Lin Apl. fasciata, Poiret.
IV. Dolabella, Lam Dol. Rumphii, Cuv.
V. Notarchus, Cuv Not. gelatinosus, Cuv.
VI. Bursatella, Blain Burs. Leachii, Blain.
VII. Akera, Müller. 1. Bullæa. Lam. Bull. aperta, Lam.
2. Bulla, Lam. Bul lignaria, Lin.
3. Akera, Cuv. Doridium,
Meck.Lobaria, Blain
Bulla carnosa, Cuv.
VIII. Gastropteron, Meckel Gast Meckelii, Kosse
IX. Gastroplax, Blain. Umbrella, Lam.

ORDER V.—HETEROPODA.

In this order, the foot is formed into a vertical muscular lamina, and does not form a disk, as in the other orders.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Pterotrachea,
Forsk
1. Carinaria, Lam Car. cymbium, Lam.
2. Atlanta, Lesueur At Peronii, Lesueur
3. Firola, Peron Pter. coronata, Forskal
4. Timorienna, Quay. &
Gaym.
5. Monophora, Peron
II. Phylliroe

ORDER VI.—PECTINIBRANCHIATA.

In this numerous order, the gills are pectinated, and occupy the last whorl of the shell.

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ORDER VI.—PECTINIBRANCHIATA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. TROCHOIDA. I. Trochus, Lin. 1. Tectaria, Montf Troch. inermis, Chemnitz
2. Calcar, Montf Turbo calcar, Lin.
3. Rotella, Lam Trochus vestiarius, Lin.
4. Cantharis, Montf Trochus iris, Chem.
5. Infundibulum, Montf Trochus concavus, Chem.
6. Telescopium, Montf Trochus telescopium, Mont.
7. Solarium, Lam Trochus perspectivus, Lin.
8. Evomphalus, Sowerby. E. pentangulatus, Sower.
II. Turbo 1. Turbo, prop. Lam.
Meleager, Mont..
Turbo pica, L. & turbo pecolatus, Lister
2. Delphinula, Lam. Turbo delphinus, L.
3. Pleurotoma, Defrance Fossil
Pleurostoma, Lam.

Scissurella, d'Orb
4. Turritella, Lam. Turbo imbricatus, Marlim.
5. Scalaria, Lam. Turbo scalaris, L.
6. Cyclostoma, Lam. Turbo elegans, L.
7. Valvata, Müll. Val. cristata, Mull.
III. Paludina, Lam Helix vivipara, L.
IV. Littorina, Ferussac Turbo littorius, L.
V. Monodon, Lam Trochus tessalatus, L.
VI. Phasianella, Lam Buccimum tritonis, Chem.
VII. Ampullaria, Lam 1. Lanista, Mont Ampulla carinata, Olivier
2. Helicina, Lam Hel striata, Blain.
3. Ampullina, Blain
4. Olygira, Say
VIII. Melania 1. Rissoa, Freminv.
Acmea, Harm
Mel. amarula, Lam.
2. Melanopsis, Feruss. Mel. buccinoida, Féruss.
3. Pirena, Lam. Per. terebralis Lam.
IX. Actaeon, Mont. Tornatella, Lam. Voluta tornatilis, L.
X. Pyramidella, Lam. Trochus dolabatus, Lam.
XI. Janthina, Lam. Helix janthina, L.
XII. Narita, Lin. 1. Natica, Lam
2. Nerita, prop. Lam.
Peloronta, Oken.
3. Velata, Montf. Nerita perversa, Gm.
4. Neritina, Lam. N. fluviatilis, L.
II. CUPOLOIDA. I. Capulus, Mont.
Pileopis, Lam.
Patella Hungarica, List.
II. Hipponix, Dep. P. Patella cornucopia, Lam.
III. Crepidula, Lam. Patella fornicata, Lister.
IV. Pileolus, Sorverby. Pil. plicatus, Sow.
V. Septaria, Feruss. Navicella,
Lam.Cimber, Mont,
Patella MERITOÏDEA, LIST.
VI. Calyptræa, Lam. Patella equestris, L.
VII. Siphonaria, Sowerby. Patella sipho, Sowerb.

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Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. CUPOLOIDA. VIII. Sigaretus, Adans.
IX. Coriocella, Blainv. C. nigra, Blain.
X. Cryptostoma, Blainv. Cr. Leachii, Blain.
III. BUCCINOIDA. I. Conus, L. Con. cedonulli, L.
II. Cypræa, L.
III. Ovula, Brug. 1. Ovula, prop. Mont. Bulla ovum, L.
2. Volva, Mont. Bulla volva, L.
3. Calpurna, Mont. Bulla vericosa, L.
IV. Terebellum, Lam. Ter. subulatum, Lam.
V. Voluta, Lin. 1. Oliva, Brug. Oliv. subulata, Lam.
2. Volvaria, Lam. Vol. monilis, Lin.
3. Voluta, prop. Lam.
4. Cymbium, Mont. Vol. æthiopica, List.
5. Voluta, Mont. Vol. musica, List.
6. Marginella, Lam. Vol. glabella, Adans.
7. Colombella, Lam. Vol. mercatoria, List.
8. Mitra, Lam. Vol. episcopalis, List.
9. Cancellaria, Lam. Vol. cancellata, Lam.
VI. Buccinun, Lin. 1. Buccinum, prop. Brug. Buc. undulatum, L.
2. Nassa, Lam. Buc. arcularia, List.
3. Eburna, Lam. Buc. glabratrum, List.
4. Ancillaria, Lam. An. cinnamomea, Lam.
5. Dolium, Lam.
6. Dolium, prop. Mart. Buc. olearium, Mont.
7. Perdix, Mart. Buc. perdix, L.
8. Harpa, Lam. Buc. harpa, L.
9. purpura, Brug. Buc. persicum, List.
10. Licorna, Mont.
Monoceros, Lam.
Buc. monodon, Gm.
11. Sistra, Montf.
Ricinula, Lam.
12. Concholepas, Lam. Buc. concholepas, Brug.
13. Cassis, Brug. Buc. vibex, Martin.
14. Morio, Mont.
Cassadaria, Lam.
Buc. caudatum, Lin.
15. Terebra, Brug. Buc. maculatum, Lin.
VII. Cerithium, Brug. Murex vertagus, List.
1. Potamida, Brong. Pot Lamarckii, Brongn.
VIII. Murex, L. 1. Murex, Brug.
Lam. Montf
M. tribulus, Lister
2. Brontis, Montf. M. haustellum, List.
3. Typhis, Montf. M. tubifer, Roissy
4. Chicoracea, Montf. M. remosus, Hist.
5. Aquilla, Montf. M. cutaceus, L.
6. Lotorium, Mart. M. lotorium, L.
7. Tritonium, Montf. M. tritonis, L.
8. Trophona, Montf. M. Magellanicus, Mart.
9. Ranella, Lam. M. bufo, Mont.
10. Apolles, Montf. M. gyrinus, Hist.
11. Fusus, Lam.
12. Fusus, prop. Montf. M. cochlidium, Seba

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Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. BUCCINOIDA.(continued). VIII. Murex, L. (cont,) 13. Lathira, Mart. M. vespertilio, Martim.
14. Struthiolaria M. stramineus, Gm.
15. Pleurotoma, Lam. M. babilonius
16. Clavatula
17. Pyrula, Lam. M. rapa, Martini
18. Fulgur, Montf. M. perversus, L.
19. Fasciloria, Lam. M. tulipa, L.
20. Turbinella, Lam. M. scolymus, Mart.
21. Strombus, Lin.
22. Strombus, prop. Lam.
23. Pterocera, Lam. Strombus lambis, Rond.
24. Rostellaria, Lam. S. pespelicani, L.
25. Hippocrenes, Mart. S. amplus, L.

ORDER VII.—TUBULIBRANCHIATA.

Allied in most respects to the previous order, but the shell describes a tube only partially spiral, and is attached to foreign bodies.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Vermetus, Adans Vermillia, Delamarck Serpula lumbricalis, L.
S. trigusta, Gm.
II. Mugilus, Montf Mugilus antiquus, Mart.
III. Siliquaria, Brug Serpula anguina

ORDER VIII.—SCUTIBRANCHIATA.

In this order, the shell is not turbinated, and is in fact little else than a mere shield to the gills. The animals are true hermaphrodites.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Halyotis, Lin. 1. Halyotis, prop. Lam. Halyotis, Gm.
2. Padolla, Montf. Padolla, Montf.
3. Stromatia, Lam. Halyotis imperforata, Gm.
II. Fissurella, L. Patella of Div. V. of Gm.
III. Emarginula, Lam. Patella fissura, L.
IV. Parmophorus, Lam. Patella ambigua, Chem.

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ORDER IX.—CYCLOBRANCHIATA.

The gills, in the forms of leaflets, are situated under the edge of the mantle. In other respects the order is assimilated to the last.

Genus. Example of Species.
I. Patella, L. Patella, Gm.
II. Chiton, L. Chiton, L.

CLASS IV.—ACEPHALA.

In this class there is no apparent head, the principal ganglion of the brain being over the mouth, which is situated at the bottom, or between the folds of the mantle.

ORDER I.—ACEPHALA TESTACEA.

In this order, the animals have four branchial leaflets. All the bivalves, and many multivalves, belong to it.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. OSTRACEA. I. Acarda, Brug.Ostractica,
LaPeyrouse
.
1. Radiolites, Lam.
2. Spherulites Lametheric
3. Calceolaria
4. Hippurites
5. Batolithes, Montf.
II. Ostrea, Lin. 1. Ostrea, prop. Brug. Os edulis, L.
2. Gryphæa, Lam. Gr. tricarinata
3. Pecten, Brug. Os maxima, L.
4. Lima, Brug. Os. lima, L.
5. Pedum, Brug. Os. spondyloidea, Gm.
III. Hinnita, Defr. Hinnita glgantea, Gray
IV. Plagiostoma, Sowerby Pl. gigas, Sow.
V. Pachytes, Defr Pac. spinosus, De F.

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Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. OSTRACEA. (continued). VI. Dianchora, Sowerby D. striata, Sow.
VII. Podopsis, Lam Pod. truncata
VIII. Anomia, Brug An. ephippium, Gm.
IX. Placuna, Brug Anom. placenta, Chem.
X. Spondylus, L
Plicatula, Lam
Spond gæderopus, Chem.
Spond. plicatus, L.
XI. Malleus, Lam Ost malleus, L.
XII. Vulsella, Lam Mya vulsella, Chem.
XIII. Perna, Brug Ost. isignonum, Chem.
1. Crenatula, Lam Gervilia solenoïdes, Def.
2. Gervilia, Defr.
3. Inoceramus, Sowerby Inos. concentricus, Parkins
4. Catillus, Brong Cat. Cuvieri, Brong.
5. Pulvinites, Defr. Pul Adansonii, Dep.
XIV. Etheria, Lam Eth. elliptica, Lam.
XV. Avicula, Brug Mytilus margiritiferus, L.
1. Pintadina, Lam Species with ears less salient
2. Avicula, prop Species with ears more pointed
XVI. Pinna Pinna nobilis, L.
XVII. Arca, L. 1. Area, prop. Lam. Area Noæ, Chem.
2. Cucullæa, Delamarck Arca. cucullata, Chem.
3. Pectunculus, Lam Arca pilosa, L.
4. Nucula, Lam Arca pellucida, Chem.
XVIII. Trigonia, Brug La Trigonie nacrée, Lam.
II. MYTILACEA. I. Mytilus, Lin. 1. Mytilus, prop. Myt. edulis, L.
2. Modiolus, Lam Myt. modiolus, Lam.
3. Lithodomus, Cuv. Myt. lithophagus, L.
II. Anodontes, Brug. 1. Anodonte, prop. Myt. cygnæuys, L.
2. Iridina, Delamarck Irid. cocotica
3. Dipsada, Leach
III. Unio, Brug. 1. Unio, prop Mya margiritifora, L.
2. Hyria, Lam H. rugosa, Lam.
3. Castalia, Lam Cast ambigua, Lam.
IV. Cardita, Brug. Chama caliculata, Chem.
V. Cypricardia, Lam. Chama oblonga, Gm.
VI. Coralliophaga, Blainv. Chama coralliophaga, Gm.
VII. Venericardia, Lam. Venus imbricata, Chem.
VIII. Crassatella, Lam.
Paphia, Roiss
Venus ponderosa, Chem.
III. CHAMACEA. I. Chama, Lin. 1. Tridacna, prop. Lam. Chama gigas, L.
2. Hippopus Chama hippopus, L.
3. Chama, prop. Brug Chama Lazarus, Chem.
4. Diceras, Lam Dic. arietina, Lam.
5. Isocardia, Lam Chama cor, L.

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Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. CARDIACEA. I. Cardium Cardium edule, L.
Hemicardium Card, cardissa, Chem.
II. Donax, L. Don. rugosa, Chem.
III. Cyclas, Brug 1. Cyclas Tellina cornea, L.
2. Cyrena, Lam Tell fluminea, Chem.
3. Cyprina, L Venus Islandica, Chem.
4. Galathæa, Brug Venus hermaphrodita, Chem.
III. Corbis, Cuv.
Fimbria, Megerl.
Venus fimbriata, Chem.
IV. Tellina, L. These have been subdivided by
Gmelin according to the
form of the shell
V. Loripes, Poli. Tellina lactea
VI. Lucina, Brug. Venus Pennsylvania, Chem.
VII. Ungulina Un. transversa, Sowerby
VIII. Venus, L 1. Venus, prop. Delamarck Venus litterata, Chem.
2. Astarta, Sow.Crassina,
Lam.
Venus scotica, Hans Lerin.
3. Cytherea, Lam. Venus gigantea
4. Capsa, Brug. Venus deflorata, Chem.
5. Petricola, Lam. Venus lapicida, Chem.
IX. Corbula, Brug C. gallica
X. Mactra, L 1. Mactra, prop. Lam Mya australis, Chem.
2. Lavignon Mya Hispanica, Chem.
V. INCLUSA. I. Mya, Lin 1. Mya, prop. Lam Mya truncata, L.
2. Lutraria, Lam. Mactra lutraria, Lister
3. Anatina, Lam. Solen anatinus, Chem.
4. Solemya, Lam. Tellina togata, Poli
5. Glycymeris, Lam.
Cyrtodaria, Daud.
Mya siliqua, L.
6. Panopea, Mesnard. Mya glydmeris, L.
7. Pandora, Brug. Tellina inequivalvis
II. Byssomia, Cuv Mytilus pholadis, Mül.
III. Hyatella, Daud Solen minutus, L.
IV. Solen, L 1. Solen, prop. Cuv Solen vagina, Chem.
2. Sanguinolaria, Lam. S. sanguinolentus, Chem.
3. Psammobia, Lam. Tellini gari, Lin.
4. Psammothea, Lam. P. violacea, Lam.
V. Pholas, L Pholas dactylus, L.
VI. Teredo, L T. navalis, L.
VII. Fistulana, Brug Teredo clava, Gm.
VIII. Gostrochaena, Spengler Pholas hyans, Chem.
IX. Teredina, Lam T. personata, Lam.
X. Clavagella, Lam Cl. echinata, Lam.
XI. Aspergillium Asper Javaneus, Mart.

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ORDER II.—ACEPHALA NUDA

These are without a shell. The gills differ among themselves in form, but never constitute four leaflets, as in the testaceous acephala.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. DISTINCT NAKED ACEPHALA. I. Biphora, Brug
Thalia, Brown, Salpa & Dagysa, Gm
1. Salpa, prop. Cuv Salp acutigera, Cuv.
2. Thalia, Brown. Holothuria thalia, Gm.
II. Ascidia, L. Theyton of the
ancients
Asc. Pedunculata, Edwards
II. AGGEEGATE NAKED ACEPHALA. I. Botryllus, Gærtn Bo. stellia, Gærtner
II. Pyrosoma, Peron.
III. Polyclinium Pyrosoma elegans, Lesueur

CLASS V.—BRACHIOPODA.

In this class, as in the fourth, the mantle has two lobes, and it is always open; but for feet there are fleshy arms, with numerous filaments, which can be withdrawn into the shell. All the genera are bivalves.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Lingula, Brug Lin. anatina, Cuv.
II. Terebratula Brug 1. Spirifer, Sowerby Anomia scobinata, Gualt.
2. Thecidia, Def. The. Mediterranea, Risso.
III. Obricula, Cuv Patella anomala, Müll.
Crania, Brug Anomia craniolaris, L.

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CLASS VI.—CIRRHOPODA.

Lepas and Teitons, Lin.

In this class, the animals of which approach the Articulata, the mouth is furnished with jaws, and the abdomen with filaments, or cirrhi, in pairs, like those under the tail of several crustacea.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Anatdfa, Brug 1. Pentalasmis, Leach Lepas anatifera, L.
2. Pollicipes, Leach Lepas pollicipes, L.
3. Cineras, Leach C. vittata, Leach
4. Otion, Leach Otion Cuvieri, Leach
5. Tetralasmis, Cuv T. hirsutus, Cuv.
II. Balanus, Brug 1. Balanus, prop. Lepas balanus, L.
2. Acasta, Leach A. Montagni, Leach
3. Conia, Blainv. C. radiata, Blain.
4. Asama, Ranzani Lepas porosus, Gm.
5. Pyrgoma, Savig Py. cancellata, Leach
6. Octhosia, Ranzani Lepas Stræmii, Müll.
7. Creusia, Leach C. spinulosa, Leach
8. Coronula, Lam Lepas balænaris, L.
9. Tubicinella, Lam La Tubicinelle, Lam. An. Mus. I. xxx.
10. Diadema, Ranz Lepas diademi, Chem.

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DIVISION III.—ARTICULATA.

In this grand division, the body, and in general the limbs, are surrounded by, or encased in, articulated rings, affording a support for the soft parts, and an attachment for the muscles.

It is divided into four classes.

Division. Class.
ARTICULATA.. I. ANNELIDA, Lam or, Worms with
red blood, Cuv.
II. CRUSTACEA
III. ARACHNIDA
IV. INSECTA

CLASS I.—ANNELIDA, or, Worms with red blood.

Body soft, elongated, articulated or divided into segments or transverse folds.

The Annelida are divided into three orders, viz:—

Class. Order.
ANNELIDA.. 1. Tubicola
2. Dorsibranchiata
3. Abranchiata

ORDER I.—TUBICOLA.

These animals form tubes to live in, either of calcareous matter exuded from their own body, or from foreign substances, to which tubes they are not however attached, like the tubicolous or testaceous mollusca.

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Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Serpula, L Serpula contortuplicata, Ellis
Spirorbis, L Serpula spirillum, Pallas
II. Sabella, Cuv Sabella protula, Cuv.
III. Terebella, Cuv Ter. conchilega, Gm.
IV. Amphitrite, Cuv Am. auricoma Belgica, Gm.
V. Syphostoma, Otto Sy. diplocaita, Otto
VI. Dentalium, L D. elephantinum, Martini

ORDER II.—DORSIBRANCHIATA.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Arenicola, Lam. Lumbricus marinus, L.
II. Amphinome, Brug I. Chloeia, Sav Terebella flava, Gm.
2. Pleione, Sav.
Amphinome, Blain.
Ter carunculata, Gm.
3. Euphosine, Sav. Eu. laureata, Sav.
4. Hipponoa, Aud. & Edw. Hip. Gaudichaudi
III. Eunice, Cuv I. Eunice, Cuv Eun. gigantea, Cuv.
2. Marphisa, Sav. Ner. sanguinea, Montag.
3. Lysidica, Sav. Ly. Valentina, Sav.
4. Aglaura, Sav. Ag. fulgida.
IV. Nareida, Sav
Lycoris, Sav..
I. Nereis, prop. Cuv Nereis versicolor, Gm.
2. Phyllodoca, Sav.
Nereiphlla, Blain.
Nereis, lamifera Atlantica, Pallas
V. Alciopa, Aud. & Edw
Lycoris, Sav..
Al. Reynaudii, Aud. & Edw.
VI. Spio, Fab. & Gmel 1. Spio, prop Cuv Spio setricorni, Otto
2. Syllis, Sav. S. monilaris, Sav.
3. Glycera, Sav. Nereis alba, Müll.
4. Nephthys, Cuv. Nephthys Hombergii, Cuv.
VII. Lombrinera, Blain. 1. Lombrinera Nereis abranchiata, Pallas
2. Aricia, Sav. Ar Cuvieri, Aud & Edw.
3. Hesiona H. splendida, Sav.
VIII. Ophelia, Sav Nereis prismatica?
IX. Cirrhatula, Lam Lumbricus cirrhatus, Ott.
X. Palmyra, Sav Pal. aurifera, Sav.
XI. Aphrodita, L. 1. Halithea, Sav Aphrodita aculeata, L.
2. Polynoe, Sav.Eumolpe, Oken Amphr. squamata, Pall.
3. Sigalin, Aud. & Edw. Sig. Mathildæ, Aud. & Edw.
4. Acoëta, Id. A. Pleei, Aud. & Edw.
XII. Chætopterus, Cuv Ch. pergamentaceus, Cuv.

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ORDER III.—ABRANCHIATA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ABRANCHIATA WITH TUPTS. I. Lumbricus, L.. 1. Enterio, Sav L. terretris, L.
2. Hypogæon Hy. birtum, Sav.
3. Trophonia T. barbata, Aud. & Edw.
II. Nais, L Nais elinguis, Mül.
III. Climena Cl. amphistoma, Sav.
II. ABRANCHIATA WITHOUT TUPTS. I. Hirudo, L. 1. Sanguisuga, Sav H. medicinalis, L.
2. Hæmopis, Sav. H. sanguisuga, Sav. Horse leech
3. Bdella, Sav. Bd. Nilotica, Eg.
4. Nephelis, Sav. Hir. vulgaris, L.
5. Trochetia, Dutrochet Geobdella trochetii, Blain.
6. Aulostoma, Moquin-
Tandou..
A. nigrescens
7. Branchiobdella, Odier B. Astaci, Od.
8. Hæmocharis, Sav Hirudo piscium, L.
9. Albiona, Sav Hir. muricata, L.
10. Branchellio, Sav B. torpedinis, Sav.
11. Clepsines, Sav
Glossopores, Johns
Hir. complanata, L.
12. Phyllina, Oken Hir. hippoglossi, Müll.
13. Malacobdella, Blain. Hir. grossa, Müll.
II Gordius, L. G. aquaticus, L.

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CLASS II.—CRUSTACEA.

ARTICULATA.

The following classes of Articulata have articulated feet or legs.

CLASS II.—CRUSTACEA.

This class is divided into two sections.

Class. Section.
CRUSTACEA I. MALACOSTRACA
II. ENTOMOSTRACA

The section Malacostraca is divided into five orders.

Section. Order.
MALACOSTRACA 1. Decapoda
2. Stomapoda
3. Amphipoda
4. Læmodipoda
5. Isopoda

The first four orders embrace the genus Cancer of Linnæus, and the last that which he names Oniscus.

ORDER I.—DECAPODA.

Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. BRACHYUROUS DECAPODS. cancer, daldort. I. Natans 1. Matuta, Fab. C. latipes, De Géer
2. Polybius, Leach. Polybius, Henslowii, Leach
3. Orithyia, Fab. O. mamillaris, Fab.
4. Podophthalmus,
Lam.
P. spinosus, Latr.
5. Portunus, Fab. Por. Dufourii, Latr.
6. Platyonichus, Cuv. latipes, Plancus
II. Arcuata 1. Cancer, prop. Fab. C. Pagurus, L.
2. Pirimela, Leach. P. denticulata
3. Atelecyclus, Leach. A. Anglorum, Cuv.
4. Thia, Leach. T. polita, Leach
5. Mursia, Leach. M. Africana, Cuv.
6. Hepatus, Lat. H. fasciatus, Latr.

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ORDER I,—DECAPODA

Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. BRACHYUROUS DECAPODS. CANCER, DALDORT (CONTINUED). III. Quadrilaterata.. 1. Eriphia, Lat. C. spinifrons, Fab.
2. Trapezia, Lat. C. cymodoce, Herbst.
3. Pilumnus, Lea.
4. Thelphusa, Lat. C. fluviatilis, Bel. Rondel. Gesn.
5. Gonoplax, Lea. C. angulatus, Lin.
6. Macrophthalmus, Lat. Gonoplax transversus, Latr.
7. Gelasimus,
Latr.Uca, Le.
Gel. Austr. Carolina
8. Ocypode, Fab. O. rhombea, Fab.
9. Mictyris, Lat. Mic. Austr. oceani, Cuv.
10. Pinnotheres, Lat.
11. Uca, Latr. C. uca, Lin.
12. Cardisoma, Lat. C. cordatus, L.
13. Gecercinus, Leack C. ruricola, L.
14. Plagusia, Latr Pla. depressa, Latr.
15. Grapsus, Lam Grapsus varius, Latr.
IV. Orbiculata 1. Corystes, Lat. C. personatus, Herbst.
2. Leucosia, Fab Leu. cylindrus, Fab.
V. Trigona 1. Parthenope, Fab. P. horrida, Fab.
2. Mithrax, Lea.. Mithrax, spinicinctus, Labr.
3. Acanthonyx, Lat Maia glabra, Coll. in Mus.
of Nat. Hist
.
4. Pisa, Leach P. aurita, Latr.
5. Pericera, Lat Maia taurus, Lam.
6. Maia, Leach C. squinado, Herbs.
7. Micippus, Lea C. cristatus
8. Stenocionops, Lea C. cervicornis, Herbs.
9. Camposcia, Cuv.
10. Halimus, Latr C. superdliosus, Lin.
11. Hyas, Leach C. araneus, Lin.
12. Libinia, Leach L. canaliculata, Say.
13. Leptopus, Lam Maia longipes, Cuv.
14. Hymenosoma,
Lea
H. orbicularis, Desmar.
15. Inachus, Fab C. dodecos? Lin.
16. Achaeus, Leach A. Cranchii, Leach
17. Stenorhynchus, Lam Macropodia tenuirostris,
Lea.
18. Leptopodia, Leach Inachus sagittarius, Fab.
19. Pactolus, Leach P. Boscii, Leach
20. Lithodes, Latr C. maja, Lin.
VI. Cryptopoda. 1. Calappa, Fab. Cal granulata, Fab.
2. Æthra, Leach Æ. depressa, Lam.
VII. Notopoda. 1. Homola, Leach. H. spinifrons, Leach
2. Dorippe, Fab D. lanata, Lin.
3. Dromia, Fab C. dromia, Lin.
4. Dynomene, Latr D. hispida, Desm.
5. Ranina, Lam R. Aldrovandi, Ranz.

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Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. MACROUROUS DECAPODS,
EXOCHNATA, FAB.
ASTACUS, DE GBER & GROMOVIUS. I. Anomala.. 1. Albunea, Fab. Cancer symnista, Lin.
2. Hippa, Fa.
Emerita, Gronov.
H. adactyla, Fab.
3. Remipes, Latr. R. testudinarius, Latr.
4. Birgus, Leach. Cancer latro, Lin.
5. Pagurus Fab. Pagurus, clypeatus, Fab.
II. Locustæ.. 1. Scyllarus, Fab. Cancer arctus, Lin.
2. Palinurus, Fab. P. quadricornis, Fab.
III. Astacina. 1. Galathea, Fab. G. rugosa, Fab.
2. Porcellana, Lam. P. Hexapus, Lat.
3. Megalopus, Lea.Macropus, Lat. M.
4. Gebia, Leach. Thalassina littoralis
5. Thalassina, Latr. Callianassa subterranea, Leach
6. Callianassa, Lea.
7. Axius, Leach. A. stirhynchus, Leach
8. Eryon, Desmarest. E. Cuvieri
9. Astacus, Gronov Cancer Norwegicus, Lin.
IV. Carides.. 1. Penæus, Fab. Palsemon sulcatus, Oliv.
2. Stenopus, Lat. Cancer setiferus, Lin.
3. Atya, Leach. A. scabra, Leach
4. Crangon, Fab. C. vulgaris, Fab.
5. Processa, Lea.
Nikam, Risso..
Nika edulis, Ris.
6. Hymenocera Latr.
7. Gnathophyllum, Lat. Alpheus elegans, Riss.
8. Pontonia, Latr. Alpheus thyrenus, Riss.
9. Alpheus, Fab. A. Malabaricus
10. Hippolyte, Lea.
11. Autonomea, Ris. A. Olivii, Riss.
12. Pandalus, Leach. P. annulicornis, Leach
13. Palæmon, Fab P. serratus, Leach
14. Lysmata, Riss L. seticauda, Riss.
15. Athanas, Lea. A. nitescens, Leach
16. Pasiphæa, Sav. Alpheus sivado, Riss.
17. Mysis, Latr. M. Fabricii
18. Cryptopus, Latr. C. Defrancii, Latr.
19. Mulcion Latr. M. Lesueuri

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ORDER II.—STOMAPODA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. UNIPELTATA. I. Squilla, Fab. 1. Squilla, Latr. Cancer mantis, Lin.
2. Gonodactylus, Lat. Squilla scyllarua, Fab.
3. Coronis, Latr. Squilla Eusebia? Riss.
4. Erichthus, Latr.
Smerdis, Lea.
E. vitreus, Latr.
5. Alima, Leach A. hyalina, Latr.
II. BIPELTATA. I. Phylossoma, Leach

ORDER III.—AMPHIPODA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. GAMMARUS, FAB. I. Uroptera, Lat. 1. Phronima, Latr. Cancer sedentarius, Forsk.
2. Hyperia, Latr. Cancer monoculoides, Montag.
3. Phrosine, Riss. P. macrophthalma, Riss.
4. Dactylocera, Lat. Phrosina semilunata, Riss.
II. Gammarina, Latr. 1. Ione, Cuv. Oniscus thoracinus, Trans. Lin. Soc.
2. Orchestia, Lea. Oniscus gamarellus, Pall.
3. Talitrus, Lat Oniscus locusta, Pall.
4. Atylus, Leach A. carinatus, Leach
5. Gammarus, prop. Lat Cancer pulex, Lin.
6. Melita, Leach. Cancer palmatus, Montag.
7. Mæra, Leach. Cancer gammarus grosimanus, Mont.
8. Ampithoe, Leach. Cancer rubricatus, Mont.
9. Pherusa, Leach. P. fudcola, Leach
10. Dexamine, Lea Cancer gammarus spinosus, Mont.
11. Leucothoe, Lea Cancer articulosus, Mont.
12. Cerapus, Say Cer. tubularis, Thom.
13. Pedocerus, Leach P. variegatus, Leach
14. Jassa, Leach J. pulchella, Leach
15. Corophium, Lat Cancer grossipes, Lin.
16. Pterygocera, Lat Oniscus arenarius, Ency. Meth.
17. Apseudes, Lea.
Epheus, Risso
III. Decempedes Lat. 1. Typhis, Riss. T. ovoides, Ris.
2. Anceus, Riss A. forficularis, Ris.
3. Praniza, Lea Oniscus cœruleatus, Mont.

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ORDER IV.—LÆMODIPODA.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Cyamus, Latr. 1. Leptomera, Latr. Gammarus pedatua, Mull.
2. Naupredia, Latr.
3. Caprella, Lamck. Squilla lobata, Mull.
4. Cyamus, Latr. Oniacus �eti, Lin.

ORDER V.—ISOPODA.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. Oniscus, Lin. 1. Bopyrus, Latr. B. craogorum, Latr.
2. Serolis, Leach Cymothoa paradoxa, Fab.
3. Cymothoa, Fab C. æstrum, Fab.
4. Ichthyophilus, Lat. Desmar. Consid. 307
5. Canolira, Leach. Anilocra capensis?
6. Æga, Leack. Æga entaillée
7. Rocinela, Leach. See Deamar. 304
8. Conilira, Leach. See Deamar. 304
9. Synodus, Latr. See Ency. method. Art. Synodus
10. Conilira, Leach. See Deamar. 304
11. Nelocira, Leach. N. Swainsonii?
12. Eurydice, Lea. See Desmar. 303
13. Limnoria, Lea. L. terebrans, Leach
14. Zuzara, Leach. See Desmar. 298
15. Sphæroma, Lat. Oniacus serratus, Fab.
16. Næsa, Cuv. N. bidentata, Des.
17. Cilicæa, Leach. C. Latreillii
18. Cymodocea, Leach. See Desmar. 296
19. Dynamene, Lea. See Desmar. 297
20. Anthura, Lea. Oniscus gracilis, Montag.
21. Idotea, Fab. Oniscus entomon, Lin.
22. Stenosoma, Leack. S. lineare, Leach
23. Arcturus, Lat. A. tuberculatus, Cuv.
24. Asellus, Geoff Idotea aquatica, Fabr.
25. Oniscoda, Lat Janira maculosa, Leach
26. Jæra, Leach Jara albifrons, Leach
27. Tylos, Lat T. armadillo, Latr.
28. Ligia, Fab Oniscus oceanicus, Lam.
29. Philoscia, Lat Oniscus sylvestris, Fab.
30. Oniscus, prop. Lin On. murarius, Fab.
31. Porcellio, Lat Oniscus asellus, Cuv.
32. Armadillo, Lat Oniscus armadillo

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CRUSTACEA.

GENERAL DIVISION II.—ENTOMOSTRACA

is divided into two orders.

Division. Order.
ENTOMOSTRACA 1. Branchiopoda
2. Pæcilopoda

ORDER I.—BRANCHIOPODA.

Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Monoculus, Lin. I. Lophyropa. 1. Zoea, Bosc. Zoe pelagica, Bosc.
2. Nebalia, Leack. N. Herbstii
3. Condylura, Lat. Con. Dorbignii?
4. Cyclops, Müll. C. castor, Cuv.
5. Cytherina, Lam.
6. Cypris, Müll. C. strigata, Müll.
7. Polyphemus, Müll. Monoculus pediculus
8. Daphnia, Müll. Monoculus pulex, Lin.
9. Lynceus, Müll. G. lynceus, Müll.
II. Phyllopa. 1. Limnadia, Adolp Lim. Hermani, Adolp.
2. Artemia, Leach. Cancer salinus, Lin.
3. Branchipus, Lat. Cancer paludotus
4. Eulimene, Latr. Eul. blanchdtre, Latr.
5. Apus, Scop Monoculus apus, Lin.

ORDER II.—PÆCILOPODA.

Family. Genus. Example of Species.
I. XlPHOSURA Limulus Fab. Limula beterodactyia, Cuv.
Tachypleus. Lim. cyclops, Fab.
Family. Tribe. Genus Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. SIPHONOSTOMA. I. CALIGIDEA, LATR. I. Argulus, Mull Monoculus follaceus Lin.
I. Caligus, Mull 1. Caligus, prop. Cuv Cal. piscinus, Lat.
2. Pterygopoda, Lat.. See Desmar. Consid. 340
3. Pandarus, Leach Pan. bicolor, Leach
4. Dinemoura, Lat Caligus productus, Müll.
5. Anthosoma, Leach An. Smithii, Leach
III. Cecrops, Leach Cecrops Latreillii, Leach

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ORDER. II.—PÆCILOPODA(continued)

Family. Tribe. Genus Example of Species.
II. SIPHONOSTOMA. II. LERNEIFORMEA, LATR. I. Dichelestium, Herm. fills D. sturionis
II. Nicothoe Aud. & Miln-Edw N. Astaci

TRILOBITES.

The singular fossils called Trilobites, are supposed by naturalists to have been crustacea allied to entomostraca.

The principal genera are

1. Agnostus, Brong.

2. Calymene, Brong.

3. Asaphus, Brong.

4. Ogygia, Brong.

5. Parodoxides, Brong.

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CLASS III.—ARACHNIDA.

The Arachnida are divided into two orders.

Class. Order.
I. ARACHNIDA 1. Pulmonariæ
2. Tracheariæ

ORDER I.—PULMONARIA.

Family. Genus Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ARANEIDES. I. Mygale, Cuv. 1. Mygale, prop. Walck. Aranea avicularia, Lin.
2. Atypus, Latr. Atypus Sulzeri, Latr.
3. Eryodon, Lat. E. occatorius, Latr.
4. Dysdera, Lat. D. erythrina, Lat.
5. Filistata, Lat. F. bicolor, Lat.
Genus. Division. section. subgenus. Example of Species.
II. Aranea, Lin.. I. Sedentriæ.
I. Tubiteles 1. Clotho, Walck. C. uroctea 5-maculata, Dufour
2. Drassus, Walck D. viridissimus, Walck.
3. Segestria, Lat Aranea florentina, Ross.
4. Clubina, Lat Aranea holosericea, Lin.
5. Aranea, prop. Cuv. Aranea domestica, Lin.
6. Argyroneta, Lat. Aranea aquatica, Lin.
II. Inequiteles 7. Scytodes, Latr. S. thoracica, Latr.
8. Theridion, Walck. Aranea 13-guttata, Fab.
9. Episinus, Walck. E. truncatus
10. Pholcus, Walck. P. Phalangioïdes, Walck.
III. Orbiteles 11. Linyphia, Latr. L. triangularis, Walck.
12. Uloborus, Lat. U. Walckenserius, Latr.
13. Tetragnatha, Lat. T. extensa, Walck.
14. Epeira, Walck. Aranea diadema, Lin.
15. Micrommata, Lat. Aranea smaragdula, Fab.
16. Senelops, Duf. S. omalosome, Dufour
17. Philodromus, Walck Araneus margaritarius, Clerck
18. Thomisus, Walck Aranea globosa, Fab.
19. Storena, Walck.

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Family. Genus. Division. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ARANEIDES, (cont). II. Aranea, Lin. II. Vagabundi. I. Citigrades 20. Oxyopes, Latr. Sphasus heterophatalmus, Walck.
21. Ctenus, Walck.
22. Dolomedes, Latr. Araneus mirabills, Clerck
23. Lycosa, Latr. Aranea tarantula, Lin.
24. Myrmecia, Latr. M. Fauve, Cuv.
II. Saltigrades 25. Tessarops, Ref
26. Palpimanus, Duf. P. Bossii, Duf.
27. Eresus, Walck E. cinnaberinus, Walck.
28. Salticus, Latr. Aranea sanguninolenta, Lin
Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. PEDIPALPI
I. Tarantula, Fab. 1. Phrynus, Oliv. Phalangium reniforme, Lin.
2. Thelyphones, Lat. Phalangium caudatum, Lin.
II. Scorpia, Lin. 1. Buthus, Leach. Scorpia, After, Lin.
2. Scorpia, prop. S. Europæus, L.

ORDER II.—TRACHEARIE

Family. Tribe. Genus. Example of Species.
I. PSEUDO SCORPIONES. I. Galeodes, Oliv Solpuga fatalis, Fab.
II. Chelifer, Geoff. 1. Phalangium cancroides, Lin.
II. PYCNOGONIDES. I. Pycnogonum, Brun Mül. Zool. Dan. 119.20.
II. Phoxichilus, Latr Pycnogonum spinipes, Fab.
III. Nymphon, Fab Pycnogonum grossipes, Fab.
III. Holetra, Hern. I. Phalangita, Latr I. Phalangium, Lin P. Cornutum, Lin
II. Siro, Latr S. rubens, Latr.
III. Macrocheles, Lat Acarus marginatus, Herm
IV. Trogula, Lat Trogulus nepæformis, Lat

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ORDER II.—TRACHEARIE(continued)

Family. Tribe. Genus. subgenus. Example of Species.
III. HOLETRA, Hern II. Acarites I. Acarus, L 1. Trombidium, Fab T. Holosericeum, Fab.
2. Erythæus, Latr E. Phalangioides, Latr.
3. Gamasus, Lat G. marginatus, Lat.
4. chelyetus, Lat Acarus eruditus, Schrank.
5. Oribata, Latr
6. Uropoda, Lat Acarus vegetans, De Géer.
7. Acarus, prop. Fab Acarus domesticus, De Géer.
8. Bdella, Lat Acarus longicornis Lin.
9. Smaridia, Lat Acarus sambuci, Scharnk
10. Ixodes, Lat Acarus ricinus, Lin.
11. Argas, Lat Ixodes reflexus, Fab.
12. Elyas, Lat Atax extends, Fab.
13. Hydrachna, Lat Atax geographicus, Fab.
14. Limnochares, Lat Acarus squaticus, Lin.
15. Caris, Lat C. Vespertilionis, Latr.
16. Leptus, Latr Acarus autumnalis Shaw.
17. Aelysis Aud A. du dytique, Cuv.
18. Atoma, Latr Acarus prasiticus, De Géer.
19. Ocypete, Leach O. Rubra, Leach.

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CLASS IV.—INSECTA.

The Insects are divided into twelve orders.

Class. Order.
INSECTA 1. Myryapoda
2. Thysanoura
3. Parasita
4. Suctoria
5. Coleoptera
6. Orthoptera
7. Hemptera
8. Neuroptera
9. Hymenoptera
10. Lepidoptera
11. Rhipiptera
12. Diptera

ORDER I.—Myriapodes.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CHILOGNATHA. I. Iulus, Lin 1. Glomeris, Latr Iulus ovalis, Lin.
2. Iulus, prop. Lin I. Maximus, Lin.
3. Polydesmus, Lat Iulus Complanatus, Fab.
4. Pollyxenus, Latr Scolopendra lagura, L.
II. CHILOPODA, Lat Scolopendra Lin 1. Scutigera, Lam Iulus araneoides, Pall.
2. Lithobius, Leach Scolopendra forficata, Lin.
3. Scolopendra, prop Lin Sc. Cingulata, Latr

ORDER II. —THYSANOURA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. LEPISMENÆ, Lat. Lepisma, L 1. Machilis, Latr Leprisma polypoda, Lin.
2. Lepisma, propLin L. Saccharina, Lin.
II. PODURELLÆ, Lat. Podura, L 1. podura, Lat P. Araborea, Lin.
2. Symnthurus, Lat Podura asra, Lin.

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ORDER III.—PARASITA.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Pediculus, Lin. 1. Pediculus, prop. De G. P. humanus corporis, De G.
2. Hœmatopinus, Leac. Pediculus suis, Pinz
3. Ricinus, De G. Sub divided by Nitzsch Pediculus sternæ hirundins, Lin.

ORDER IV.—SUCTORIA.

Genus. Example of Species.
Pulex, L Pulex irritans, L.

ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA.

SECTION I.—PENTAMERA.

Family. Tribe. Section. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CARNIVORA.
I. Cicindeletæ, Lat. Cicindela, Lin. 1. Manticora, Fab M. maxillosa, Fab.
2. Megacephala, Lat. Cicindela megalocephala, Fab.
3. Oxycheila, Dej Cicindela tristis, Fab.
4. Euprosopus, Lat. Cicindela 4-notata, Cuv.
5. Cicindela, prop. Lat. C. campestris, Lin.
6. Ctenostoma, Klüg.
7. Therates, Latr.
8. Colliurus, Lat. C. longicollis, Cuv.
9. Tricondyla, Lat.
II. Carabici, Lat. I. Truncatipennes. Carabus, L. 1. Anthia, Web.
2. Graphipterus, Lat. Anthia exclamationis, Fab.
3. Aptinus, Bon. Brachinus displosor, Duf.
4. Brachinus, Web. B. complanatus, Fab.
5. Casanonia. Latr Attelabus Pennsylvasnicus, Lin.
6. Leptotrachelus, Lat. Odacantha dorsalis, Fab.
7. Odacantha, Payk. O. melanura
8. Zuphium, Lat. Galerita olens, Fab.
9. Polistichus, Bon. Galerita fasciolatas, Fab

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I.—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Section. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CARNIVORA. (continued). II. Carabici, Lat.(continued). II. Bipartiti. Carabus, L. 10. Helluo, Bon. H. costatus, Cuv.
11. Drypta, Latr. D. emarginata, Fab.
12. Trichognatha, Lat. T. marginipennis, St. Hil.
13. Galerita, Fab. G. occidentalis, Dej.
14. Cordistes, Lat.
15. Ctenodactyla, Dej Ct. Chevrolatii, Dej.
16. Agra, Fab.
17. Cymindis, Lat.
18. Calleida, Dej.
19. Demetrias, Bon.
20. Dromias, Bon.
21. Lebia, Latr. Carabus cyanocephalus, Lin.
22. Plochionus, Dej.
23. Orthogonius, Dej.
24. Coptodera, Dej.
25. Enceladua, Bon. E. gigas, Bon.
26. Siagona, Latr. S. rufipes, Lat
27. Carenum, Bon. Scarites cyaneus, Fab.
28. Pasimachus, Bon.
29. Acanthoscelis, Lat. Scarites. ruficornis, Fab.
30. Scarites, Fab. S. Pyracmon, Bon.
31. Oxygnathus, Dej Scarites elongatus, Wieden
32. Oxystomus, Lat. O. cylindricus, Dej.
33. Camptodontus, Dej. C. Cayennensis, Dej.
34. Clivina, Lat. Tenebrio fossor, Lin.
35. Dyschirius, Bon. D.
36. Morio, Lat. Harpalus monilicornis, Lat.
37. Ozæna, Oliv. O. dentipes, Oliv.
38. Ditomus, Bon. Carabus Calydonius, Fab.
39. Apotomus, Hoff. Scarites rufus, Oliv.
40. Acinopus, Zeigl. Harpalus megacephalus, Lat.
41. Daptus, Fisch. Aclnopus maculipennis, Dej.
42. Harpalus, Dej. Carabus æneus, Fab.
43. Ophonus, Zeigl.
44. Stenolophus, Zeigl. S. vaporariorum, Dej.
45. Acupalpus, Lat. Carabus meridianus, Lin.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I.—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Section. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CARNIVORA. II. Carabici, Lat.(continued). IV. Simplisimani.
V. patellimani.
VI. Grandipalpi.
Carabus, L. 46. Zabrus, Clairv. Carabus gibbus, Fab.
47. Pogonus, Zielg. P. halophilus, Germar.
48. Tetragonoderus, Dej. Harpalus circumfusus, Germar.
49. Feronia, Lat. Carabus picimanus, Dufts.
50. Myas, Cuv. M. chalybæus, Cuv.
51. Cephalotes, Bon. Carabus cephalotes, Fab.
52. Stomis, Clairv. S. pumicatus, Clair.
53. Cetascopus, Kirb. C. Hardwickii, Kirby.
54. Colpodes, Macl. Col. brunneus, Macl.
55. Mormolyce, Hegem. Mor. phyllodes, Hagem.
56. Sphodrus, Clairv. Carabus leucophthalmus, Lin.
57. Ctenipus, Latr. Sphodrus janthinus, Dej.
58. Calathui, Bon. Carabus melanocephalus, Fab.
59. Taphria, Bon. Carabus vivalis, Illig.
60. Dolichus, Bon. Carabus flavicornis, Fab.
61. Platynus, Bon. P. complanatus, Bon.
62. Agonum, Bon. Harpalus viduus, Gyll.
63. Anchomenus, Bon. Carabus prasinus, Fab.
64. Callistus, Bon. Carabus lunatus, Fab.
65. Oodes, Bon. Carabus helopioides, Fab.
66. Chlænius, Bon. C. cinctus, Fab.
67. Epomis, Bon. Dinodes rufipes, Bon.
68. Rembus, Latr. R. politus, Dej.
69. Dicælus, Bon.
70. Licinus, Latr. Carabus agricola, Oliv.
71. Badister, Clairv. Carabus bipustulatus, Fab.
72. Pelecium, Kirby. P. cyanipes, Kirb.
73. Cynthia, Lat.
74. Panagæus, Lat. Carabus crux-major, Fab.
75. Loricers, Lat. L. ænea, Lat
76. Patrobus, Meg. Carabus rufipes, Fab.
77. Pamborus, Latr. P. alternans, Cuv.
78. Cychrus, Latr. C. rostratas, Fab.
79. Scaphinotus, Lat. Cychrus elevatus, Fab.
80. Sphæroderus, Cuv.
81. Tefflus, Leach. Carabus Megerlei, Fab.
82. Proceras, Meg. Carabus scabrosus, Fab.
83. Procrustes, Bon. Carabus coriaceus, Fab.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

Section I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Section. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CARNIVORA.(continued). II. Carabici, Lat.(cont.) VI. Grandipalpi.(cont.) Carabus, L. 84. Carabus, Lin. C. auratus, Lin.
85. Calosoma, Web. Carabus sycophanta, Lin.
86. Pogonophorus, Lat. Carabus spinibarbis, Fab.
87. Nebria, Latr. N. arenaria, Latr.
88. Alphæus, Bon. C. Helwigii, Pan.
89. Omophron, Latr.
90. Elaphrus, Fab. Carabus borealis, Fab.
91. Notiophilus, Dumer. Cicindela aquatica, Lin.
II. Subulipalpi. 92. Bembidion, Latr. Cicindela flavipes, Lin.
93. Trechus, Clairv. T. rubens, Clairv.
III. Hydrocanthari.
I. Fissilabra.
1. Oxyporos, Fab. Staphylinus rufus, Lin.
2. Astrapæus, Grav. Staphylinus ulmi, Oliv.
3. Staphylinus, Fab. S. dilatatus, Fab.
4. Pinophilus, Grav. P. latipes, Grav.
5. Lathrobium, Grav. L. elongatum, Pans.
II. Longipalpi. 6. Pæderus, Fab. Staphylinus riparius, Panz.
7. Stilicus, Latr.
8. Evæsthetus, Grav. E. scaber, Grav.
III. Denticutra. 10. Oxytelus, Grav.
11. Osorius, Leach.
12. Zyrophorus, Dalm. Z. fronticornis, Dalman.
13. Prognatha, Latr. Siagonum quadricorne, Kir. & Sp
14. Coprophilus, Lat. Gmalium rugosum, Grav.
15. Omalium, Grav.
IV. Depressa. 16. Lesteva, Latr.
17. Micropeplus Omalium porcatum, Gyll.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

Section I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Section. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. MICROPTERA, Graven. (cont.) III. Hydroycanthari. IV. Depressa. V. Microcephala. Staphylinus, Lin. l8. Proternus, Lat. Omalium ovatum, Grav.
19. Aleochara, Grav. Staphylinus canaliculatus, Fab.
20. Lomechusa, Grav. Aleochara bipunctata, Grav.
21. Tachinus, Grav. Oxyporus subterraneus, Fab.
22. Tachyporus, Grav. Oxyporus rufipes, Fab.
Family. Section. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. SERRICORNES. I. Sternoxi.
I. Buprestis, Lin Buprestis, Lin. 1. Buprestis, Lin. B. fasciculata, Lin.
2. Aphanisticus, Lat. Buprestis emarginata, Fab.
3. Melasis, Oliv. M. buprestoides, Oliv.
II. Elaterides. Elater, Lin 1. Galba, Latr. Melasis tuberculata?
2. Eucnemis, Arh. E. capucinus, Mann.
3. Adelocera, Lat. Elater ovalis, Germ..
4. Lissomus, Dalm. L. punctulatus, Dalm.
5. Chelonarium, Fab.
6. Throscus, Latr. Elater domestoides, Lin.
7. Cerophytum, Lat.
8. Cryptostoma, Dej. Elater denticornis, Fab.
9. Nematodes, Lat. Eunemis filum, Manner
10. Hemirhipus, Lat. Elater flabellicornis, Fab.
11. Ctenicera, Lat. Elater Pectenicornis, Lat.
12. Elater, Cuv. E. noctilucus, Lin.
13. Campylus, Frise. Elater linearis, Lin.
14. Phyllocerus, Cuv.
II. Malacodernes. I. Cebrionites. Cebrio, Oliv. 1. Physodactylus, Fris. P. Henningii, Hen.
2. Cebrio, Oliv. C. gigas, Fab.
3. Anelastes, Kirb. A. Drurii, Kirb.
4. Callirhipis, Lat. C. Dejeanii, Cuv.
5. Sandalus, Knoch. S. petrophya, Knog.
6. Rhipicera, Lat. R. marginata, Latr.
7. Ptilodactyla, Illig. P. elaterina, Illig.
8. Dacillus, Lat. Atopa cervina, Fab.
9. Elodes, Lat.
10. Scyrtes, Lat.
11. Nycteus, Lat. Eucinetus hemorrhoïdalis, Germ.
12. Eubria, Zéig. Cyphon palustris, Germ.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Section. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. Serricornes (continued). II. Malacodermes (continued). II. Lampyrides.
II. Lampyris, Lin. 1. Lycus, Fab. L. latissimus, Fab.
2. Dictyoptera, Lat. Lampyris sanguines, Lin.
3. Omalisus, Geoff. O. suturalis, Fab.
4. Phengodes, Hoff.
5. Lampyris, Cuv. L. noctiluca, Lin.
6. Drilus, Oliv. D. ater, Dej.
7. Telephorus, Sch. Cantharis fusca, Lin.
8. Silis, Meg. S. rubricollis, Tous.
9. Malthinus, Lat. Telephorus biguttatus, Oliv.
III. Melyrides. Melyris, Fab. 1. Melachius, Fab. Cantharis ænea, Lin.
2. Dasytes, Payk. D. cœruleus, Fab.
3. Zygia, Fab. Z. Oblonga, Fab.
4. Melyris, Fab. M. viridis, Fab.
5. Pelocophorus, Cuv.
Diglobicerus, Cuv.
IV. Clerii. Clerus, Geoff. 1. Cylidrus, Latr. Trichodes cyaneus, Fab.
2. Tillus, Oliv. T. elongatus, Oliv.
3. Priocera, Kirb. P. Variegata, Kirb.
4. Axina, Kirb. A. analis, Kirb.
5. Eurypus, Kirb. E. rubens, Kirb.
6. Tbanasimus, Lat. Attellabus formicarius, Lin.
7. Opilo, Lat Attelabus mollis, Lin.
8. Clerus, Geoff. Attelabus apiarius, Lin.
9. Necrobia, Latr. N. Violacea, Oliv.
10. Enoplium, Latr. Tillus serraticornis, Oliv.
V. Ptiniores. Ptinus, Lin. 1. Ptinus, Lin. P. fur, Lin.
2. Gibbium, Scop. P. Ptinas acotias, Fab.
3. Ptilinus, Geoff. P. pectinicornis, Fab.
4. Xyletinus, Latr. Ptilinus pallens, Germ.
5. Dorcatoma, Herbs. D. Dreadensis, Herbst
6. Anobium, Fab. A. tesselatum, Fab.
Xylotrogi. III. Xylotragi. Lymexylon, Fab. 1. Atractocerus. Necydalis brevicornis, L.
2. Hylecætus, Latr. Meloe Marci, Lin.
3. Lymexylon, Fab. L. flavipes, Fab.
4. Cupes, Fab. C. capitats, Fab.
5. Rhysodes, Latr. R. exaratus, Dalm.
IV. CLAVICORNES. I. Palpatores. I. Palpatores. Mastigus, Cuv. 1. Mastigus, Hoff. M. palpalis, Latr.
2. Scydmænus, Lat. S. Helwigii, Latr.
II. Histeroides. Hister, Lin. 1. Hololepta, Payk.
2. Hister, Cuv. H. unicolor, Lin.

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ORDER I.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Section. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. CLAVICORNES (continued). I. Palpatores(continued). III. Silphales.
Silpha, Lin. 1. Sphærites, Dufst. Hister glabratus, Fab.
2. Necrophorus, Fab. Silpha vespillo, Lin.
3. Necrodes, Wilk. Silpha littoralis, Fab.
4. Silpha, Lin. S. thoracica, Lin.
5. Agyrtes, Froch. A. castaneus, Gyll.
IV. Scaphidites. Scaphidium, Cuv. 1. Scaphidium, OL
2. Choleva, Latr. Catops blapoides, Germ.
V. Nitidulariæ. Nitidula, Cuv. 1. Colobicus, Latr.
2. Thymalus, Latr. T. limbatus, Cuv.
3. Ips, Fab.
4. Nitidula, Fab N. ænea, Fab.
5. Cercus, Latr
6. Byturus, Lat.
VI. Engidites. Dacne, Cuv. 1. Dacne, Latr.
2. Cryptophagus, Herbst C. silaceus, Gyll.
VII. Dermestini. Dermestes, Cuv. 1. Aspidiphorus. Nitidula orbiculata, Gyllenh.
2. Dermestes, Lin D. lardarius, Lin.
3. Megotoma, Herbs. Dermestes pellio, Lin.
4. Limnichus, Ziég. Byrrhus sericeus, Duft.
5. Attagenus, Lat Dermestes serra, Fab.
6. Trogoderma, Lat. Anthrenus elongates, Fab.
7. Anthrenus, Geoff Byrrhus verbasci.
8. Globicornis, Lat Megatoma rufitarsis, Lat.
VIII. Birrhi. Birrhus, Lin. 1. Nosodendron, Lat.
2. Byrrhus, Lin. B. pilula, Lin.
3. Trinodes, Meg. Anthrenus hirtus, Fab.
Acanthopoda. I. Acanthopoda. Hetrocerus, Bosc. H. marginatus, Fab.
II. Macrodactyla. Dryops, Oliv.
1. Potamophilus, Ger Parnus acuminatus, Fab.
2. Drops, Oliv. Dermestes auritus, Geoff.
3. Elmis, Latr.
4. Macronychus, Müll M. quadrituberculatus, Müll.
5. Georissus, Latr. Pimelia pygmæa, Fab.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
V. PALPICORNES. I. Hydrophilii. Hydrophilus, Geoff. 1. Elephorus, Fab. E. elogatus, Fab.
2. Hydrochus, Ger Elephorus elogatus Fab.
3. Ochthebius, Lea. Elephorus Pygmæus, Fab.
4. Hydraena Kuleg. Elephonu minimus Fab.
5. Spercheus, Fab. S. emarginatus
6. Globaria, Cuv. G. Leachii, Cuv.
7. Hydrophilus, Geoff H. piceus, Fab.
8. Limnebius, Lea. Hydrophilus griseus, Fab
9. Hydrobius, Cuv. H. scarabæoides, Cuv.
10. Berosus, Cuv. Hydrobius luridus, Fab.
II. Sphæridiota. Sphæridium, Fab. Dermestes scarabæoides, Lin.
VI. LAMELLICORNES. I. Scarabæides. Scarabæus, Lin. I. Coprophagi. 1. Ateuchus, Web A. sacer, Oliv.
2. Gymnopleurus, Illig. Ateuchus sinuatus, Fab.
3. Sisyphus, Latr Ateuchus Schtefferi, Fab.
4. Circellium, Latr. AteuchusBacch us, Fab.
5. Coprobius, Lat. Ateuchus volvens, Fab
6. Eurysteraus, Cuv.
7. Oniticellus, Ziég.
8. Onthophagus, Lat. S. taurus, Lin.
9. Onitis, Fab.
10. Phanaeus, Mc L.
11. Copris, Geoff. Scarabaus lunaris, Lin.
12. Aphodius, Illig. S. fimetarius, Lin.
13. Psammodius, Gyl.
II. Arenicoli. 14. Ægialia, Lat. Psammodius arenarius, Gyll.
15. Chiron, Mc L. sinriendron digitatur, Fab.
16. Lethrus, Scop. L. cephalotes, Fab.
17. Geotrupes. S. typhseus, Lin.
18. Ochodseus, Meg. Melolontha chrysomelina, Fab.
19. Athyreus, Mc L.
20. Elephastomus, Mc. L. Scarabeeus proboscidens, Schr.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
VI. LAMELLICORNES(continued). I. Scarbæides(continued). Scarbæus, Lin. (continued). II. Arenicoli (cont.). 21. Bolboceras, Kirb. S. mobilicornis, Fab.
22. Hybosorus, Mc. L. Geotrupes orator, Fab.
23. Acanthocerus, Mc. L. A. aeneus, Lefebrere de Cerisy
24. Trox, Fab. & Oliv. Trox horridus, Fab.
III. Xylophili. 25. Oryctes, Illig. S. nasicornis, Lin.
26. Agacephala, Manh. G. dydimus, Fab.
27. Scarabaeus, Fab. S. Hercules, Lin.
28. Phileurus, Lat. G. dydimus, Fab.
29. Hexodon, Oliv.
30. Cyclocephala, Lat. Melolontha geminata, Lat Fab.
31. Chrysophora, Dej. Melolontha chrysochlora, Lat
32. Rutela, Lat. G. pelidnota, Cuv. Encyc. Method.
33. Macraspis, Mc L.
34. Chasmodia, Mc L.
35. Ometis, Lat. Rutela cetonioides, Encyc. Method.
IV. Phyllophagi 36. Pachypus, Dej. Geotrupes excavatus, Fab.
37. Amblyteres, Mac L.
38. Anoplognathus, Le.
39. Leucothyreus, Mac L. Melolontha sulcicollis, Mac L.
40. Apogonia, Kirb. A. gemellata, Kirb.
41. Geniates, Kirb. Geniates barbatus, Kirb.
42. Melolontha, Fab. Scarabæus fullo, Lin.
43. Rhisotrogus, Lat. Melolontha solstitialis, Fab.
44. Ceraspis, Lepel. C. pruinosa, Lepel.
45. Arcodes, Leach.
46. Dasyus, Lep. & S.
47. Serica, Mac L. M. brunnea, Fab.
48. Diphucephala, Dej. M.colaspidoides,Schæ.
49. Microdactylus, Lat. M. subspinosa, Fab.
50. Plectris, Lep. & Ser.
51. Popilia, Leach. Trichius 2-punctatus, Fab.
52. Euchlora, Mac L. M. viridis, Fab.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
VI. LAMELLICORNES(continued). I. Scarbæides(continued). Scarbæus, Lin. (continued). IV. Philophagi(cont.) 53. Anisoplia, Meg. M. horticola, Fab.
54. Lepisia, Lep.& Ser.
55. Dicrania, Lep & S.
56. Hoplia, Illig. H. formosa, Illig.
57. Monochelea, Iliig.
V. Anthobi. 58. Glaphyras, Lat.
59. Amphicoma, Lat.
60. Anthipna, Esch. Amphicoma abdominalis, Lat.
61. Chasmopterus, Dej.
62. Chasme, Lep. & S.
63. Dicheles, Lep. & S.
64. Lepitrix, Lep. & S.
65. Pachycnemus, Lep. & S.
66. Aniaonyx, Lat.
VI. Melitophili 67. Trichius, Fab. Scarabæua nobilis, Lin.
68. Platygenia, Mac L. Trichius barbatus, Schaen.
69. Cremaatocheilus, Kn. Cetonia elongata, Oliv. ?
70. Goliath, Lam.
71. Cetonia, Fab. Scarabæua auratus, Lin.
II. Lucanides. Lucanus, Cuv. 1. Sinodendron, Fab. Scarabæua cylindricus, Lin.
2. AEsalus, Fab. AE. scarabaeoides, Fab.
3. Lamprima, Lat. Lethrua æneus, Fab.
4. Ryasonotus, Mac L. Lucanua nebulosua, Kirb.
5. Pholidotus, Mac L. Lamprima Humboldti, Schæ.
6. Lucanua, Lin. L. cervus, Lin.
7. Platycerua, Lat. Lucanua parallelipedua, Fab.
8. Syndeaua, Mac. Synodendron cornuturn, Fab.
Passalus, Fab Paxillus, Mac L.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION I—PENTAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. MELASOMA. I. Pimeliariæ, Pimelia, Fab. 1. Pimelia, Cuv P. 2-punctata.
2. Erodius, Latr. E. bilineatus, Oliv.
3. Zophosis, Latr.
4. Nyctelia, Latr. Zophosis nodosa,Germ.
5. Hegeter, Latr. Pimelia silphides? Oliv.
6. Tentyria, Latr. Akis glabra, Fab.
7. Akis, Fab. A. collaris, Fab.
8. Elenophorus, 1 Meg. & Dej.
9. Eurychora, Thumb.
10. Adelostoma, Dwp. A. sulcatum. Dup.
11. Tagenia, Lat.
12. Psammetichus, Lat.
13. Scaurus, Fab.
14. Scotobius, Germ.
15. Sepidium, Fab. S. tricuspidatum, Fab.
16. Trachynotus, Lat. Sepidium reticulatum, Fab.
17. Moluris, Lat. Pimelia striata, Fab.
II. Blapaidea. Blaps, Cuv.
1. Oxura, Kirb. O. setosa, Kirb.
2. Aranthomera, Lat. Pimalia dentipet, Fab.
3. Mlsolampus, Lat. Pimelia gibbula, Herbs.
4. Blaps, Fab. B. mortisaga, Oliv.
5. Gonopus, Lat. Blaps-tibiaiis, Fab.
6. Heteroscelis, Lat. Platynotus reticulatus, Lai. Oliv.
7. Machla, Herbs. Platynotus serrattus Fab
8. Scotinus, Kirb. S. crenicollis, Kirb.
9. Asida, Lat. Platynotus lavigatus, Fab
10. Pedinus, Latr. Blaps clathrata, Fab.
11. Isocerus, Meg.& Dej.
12. Blaptinus, Dej. Blaps tibidens, Schce.
13. Platyscelis, Lat.
III. Tenbrionites.
Tenbrio, Cuv.
1. Crypticus, Lat. Pedinus glaber, Lat
2. Opatrum, Fab. Silpha sabulosa, Lin.
3. Corticus Dej. Sarrotrium seltis, Germ
4. Orthocerus, Lat. Hispa mutica, Lin.
5. Chiroscelis, Lam. C. bifinestra, Lam.
6. Toxicum, Lat. T. richesianum, Lat.
7. Boros, Herbs. B. corticalis, Gyll.
8. Calcar, Dej. Trogosita calcar, Fab.
9. Upis, Fab. U. ceramboides, Fab.
10. Tenebrio, Lin. T. molitor, Lin.
11. Heterotarsus, Lat.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION II.—HETEROMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. TAXICORNES. I. Diaperiales. Diaperis, Cuv. 1. Phaleria, Lat. P. furcifera, Dalm.
2. Diaperis, Geoff. Chrysomela boleti, Lin.
3. Hypophlæus. Fab. H. castaneus, Fab.
4. Trachyscelis, Lat.
5. Leiodes, Lat. Anisostoma humerale, Gyl.
6. Tetratoma, Herb.
7. Eledona, Lat.
II. Cossyphenes. Cossyphus, Oliv. 1. Cossyphus, Oliv.
2. Helæus, Latr. H. Brownii, Kirb.
3. Nilio, Latr. Ægithus marginatus, Fab.
III. SERROPALPIDES
I. Helopii.
Helops, Fab. 1. Epitragus, Latr.
2. Cnodalon, Latr.
3. Campsis, Lep.& Ser. C. ntida, Lep. & Ser.
4. Spheniscus, Kirb. S. erotyloides, Kirb.
5. Acanthopus, Meg. & Dej. Helops dentipes, Panz.
6. Amarygmus, Dalm. Helops ater, Fab.
7. Sphœrotus, Kirb. S. curvipes, Kirb.
8. Adelium, Kirb. A. calosomoides, Kirb.
9. Helops, Fab. H. coeruleus, Fab.
10. Læna, Meg., Dej. L. pimelia, Dej.
11. Stenotrachelus, Cuv. Dryops ænea, Payk.
12. Strongylium, Kirb. S. Chalconatum, Kirb.
13. Pytho, Lat.
II. Cistelides.
Cistela, Fab. 1. Lystronichus, Lab. HeIops equestris, Fab.
2. Cistela, Fab. Chrysomela ceramboides, Lin.
3. Mycetochares, Lat. Helops barbatus, Lat.
4. Allecula, Fab. A. Contracta, Ger.
III. Serropalpides. Dircæa, Fab. 1. Orchesia, Latr.
2. Eustrophus, llig. Mycetophagus dermestoides, Fab.
3. Hallomenus, Payk.
4. Dircæa, Fab.
5. Melandrya, Fab. M. ruficollis, Gyll.
6. Hypulus, Payk. Dircæa bifasciata, Gyl.
7. Serropalpus, Hellw.
8. Conopalpus, Gyll.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION II.—HETEROMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. Stenelytra (Continued). IV. Oedemerites. Oedemera, Oliv. 1. Nothus, Ziégl.
2. Calopus, Fab. C. serraticornis,
3. Sparedrus, Meg Calopus testaceus, Schoe.
4. Dytilus, Fisch. D. helopioides, Fis.
5. Oedemera, Oliv.
V. Rhinchostoma. Mycterus, Cuv. 1. Stenostoma, Lat. Oedemera rostrata, Lat.
2. Mycterus, Clairv.
3. Rhinosimus, Lat.
IV. TRACHELIDES. I. Lagriariæ.
Lagria, Cuv. 1.Lagria, Fab.
2. Statyra, Cuv.
3. Hemipeplus, Cuv.?
II. Pyrochroides. Pyrochroa, Geoff. 1. Dendroides, Lat. D. thoracicus, Fisc.
2. Pyrochroa, Cuv.
III. Mordellonæ. Mordella, Cuv. 1. Ripiphorus, Bosc.
2. Myodites, Latr.
3. Pelocotoma, Fisc.
4. Mordella, Lin. M. aculeata, Lin.
5. Anaspis, Geoff. A. frontalis, Fisch.
IV. Anthicides. Notoxus, Cuv. 1. Scraptia, Latr.
2. Steropes, Stev. S. caspius, Ster.
3. Notoxus, Geoff. Meloë monoceros, Lin.
V. Horiales. Horia, Cuv. 1. Horia, Fab.
2. Cissites, Cuv.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION II.—HETEROMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. TEACHELIDES. (continued). VI. Cantharidiæ. Meloe, Lin. 1. Cerocoma, Geoff. Meloë Schoefferi, Lin.
2. Hycleus, Latr. Mylabris. impunctata, Oliv
3. Mylabris, Fab. M. Chicorii, Lin.
4. Oenas, Lat.
5. Meloë, Lin. M. proscarabæus, Lin.
6. Tetraonyx, Lat. Apalus quadrimaculatus, Fab.
7. Cantharis, Geoff. Meloe vesicatorius, Lin.
8. Zonitis, Fab.
9. Nemognathus, Lat Zonitis chrysomelina, Fab.
10. Gnathium, Kirb. G. Francilloni, Kirb.
11. Sitaris, Latr. Apalus bimaculatus, Fab.

SECTION II.—TETRAMERA.

Family Genus. Subgenus Example of Species.
I. RHYNCHOPHORA
Bruchus, Lin. 1. Anthribus, Geof. Rhinomscer lepturoides, Fab.
2. Bruchus, Fab. B. pisi, Lin.
3. Rhæbus, Fisch. R. Gebleri, Fis.
4. Xylophilus, Bon. Anthicus populneus, Gyl.
Attelabus, Lin. 1. Apoderus, Cuv. Rynchites Rachhus, Herbet.
2. Attelabus, Cuv.
3. Rhynchites, Cuv.
4. Apion, Cuv.
5. Rhinotia, Kirb.
6. Eurhinus
7. Brentus, Cuv.
Brentus, Fab. 1. Brentus, Cuv. B. Halica? Cuv
2. Ulocerus, Sch
3. Cylas, Lat.
Brachycerus, Cuv. 1. Cyclomus, Cuv.
2. Curculio, Cuv. C. imperialls, Fab.
3. Leptosomus, Sch. Curculio acuminatus, Fab.
4. Othiorhyncus, Cuv.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION III.—TETRAMERA (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
RHYNCHOPHORA (continued). Curculio, Cuv.(cont.) 5. Omias, Cuv.
6. Pachyrhyncus, Cuv.
7. Psalidium, Cuv.
8. Thylacites, Cuv.
9. Syzygops, Cuv.
10. Hypbantus, Cuv.
11. Myniops, Schæ.
12. Liparus
13. Hypera, Germ. Curculio tamarisci, Fab.
14. Hylobius, Cuv.
15. Cleonus, Cuv.
Lixus, Fab. L. paraplecticus, Cuv.
Rhychænus, Fab. 1. Tamnophilus, Cuv.
2. Bagous, Cuv.
3. Brachypus, Cuv.
4. Balaninus, Cuv. Rynchænus nucum, Fab.
5. Rynchænus, Cuv.
6. Sybines, Cuv.
7. Myorbinus, Schœ.
8. Cionus, Clairv.
9. Orchestes, Illig.
10. Ramphus, Clair.
11. Amerhinus, Cuv.
12. Baridius, Cuv.
13. Camptorhyinchus, Cuv.
14. Centrinus, Cuv.
15. Zygops
16. Ceutorhynchus, Cuv.
17. Hydaticus, Cuv.
18. Orobitis, Cuv.
19. Cryptorynchus, Cuv.
20. Tylode, Cuv. Rhynchœnus ptinoides, Gyll.
Calandra, Cuv. 1. Anchonus, Schoe.
2. Orthochætes, Ger.
3. Rhina, Lat. R. harbirostris, Lat
4. Calandra, Cuv. Curculio granarius, Lin
5. Cossonus, Clairv.
6. Dryopthorus, Schoe.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION III.—TETRAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. XYLOPHGI. Scolytus, Geoff. 1. Hylurgus, Lat.
2. Hylesinus, Fab.
3. Scolytus, Geoff.
4. Camptocerus, Dej. Hylesinus Æneipennis, Fab.
5. Ploiotribus, Lat.
6. Tomicus, Lat.
7. Platybua, Herbs. P. Flavicornis ? Fab.
Paussus, Lin. 1. Paussus, Cuv. P. bucephalus, Sch.
2. Cerapterus, Swed.
Bostrichus, Cuv. 1. Bostrichus, Geoff. Dermestes capucinus, Lin
2. Psoa, Fab,
3. Cis, Lat.
4. Nemosoma, Desm,
Monotoma, Cuv. 1. Synchita, Helw. Cerylon terebrans, Lat.
2. Cerylon, Lat. C. histeroides, Lat.
3. Rhysophagus, Herb.
4. Monotoma, Herbs. Cerylon picipes, Gyl.
Lyctus, Cuv. 1. Lyctus, Fab.
2. Diodesma, Meg. D. subterranea, Dej.
3. Bitoma, Herbs.
Mycetophagus, Fab. 1. Colydium, Fab.
2. Mycetophagus, Fab.
3. Triphyllus, Meg.
4. Meryx, Lat.
5. Dasycents, Brong.
6. Latridius, Herbs.
7. Silvanus, Lat.
Trogorita, Oliv. 1. Trogosita, Fab. Tenebrio Mauritanicus.,Lin
2. Proatomis, Lat. Trogosita mandibularis, Fab
3. Passandra, Dalm.
III. PLATYSOMA. Cucujus, Fab 1. Cucujus, Cuv. C. clavipes, Oliv.
2. Dendrophagus, Gyl.
3. Uleoiota, Latr. U. flavipes, Du
IV. LONGICORNES. Prionii. I. Parandra, Lat.
II. Spondylis, Fab. Attlabus bupreatoldes Lin.
III. Prionus, Geoff. P. cervicomis, Cuv.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION III.—TETRAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
LONGICORNES (continued). II. Cerambycini. Cerambyx, Cuv 1. Lissonotus, Dalm.
2. Megaderus, Dej. Callidium stigma, Fab.
3. Dorcacerus, Dej. Cerambyx barbatus, Oliv.
4. Trachyderes, Dal
5. Lophonocerus, Lat. Cerambyx barbicornis, Oliv.
6. Ctenodes, Oliv. Etonote zonota, Kliig.
7. Phoenicocerus, Lat. P. Dejeanii, Cuv.
8. Callichrotna, Lat. Cerambyx moschatus, Lin.
9. Acanthoptera, Lat. Cerambyx Kcehleri, Fab.
10. Cerambyx, Lin. C. heros, Fab.
11. Callidium, Cuv. C. sanguineus, L.
12. Certalium, Meg. C. ruficolle, Fab.
13. Clitus, Fab.
Obrium
Rhinotragus, Dalm. Stenopterus luridus, Kliig.
Necydalis, Lin. 1. Stenopterus, Illig.
2. Necydalis, Cuv... Necydalis mq'or, Lin.
Distichocera, Kirb.
Tmesistemus, Lat.
Tragocerus, Dej.
Leptocera, Dej.
Acrodnus, Illig Cerambyx longimanus, Lin
III. Lamiariæ. Lamia, Cuv. 1. Acanthocinus, Meg. L. œdillis, Fab
2. Tapeina, Lep.
3. Pogonocherus, Meg.
4. Tetraopes, Cuv. Cerambyx maxillosus, Oliv
5. Monochamus, Dahl.
6. Lamia, Fab, L. curculionoides, Meg.
7. Dorcadion
8. Parmena, Meg. P. tristis, Meg.
9. Saperda, Fab.
10. Gnoma, Fab. S. longicollis, Cuv.
11. Adesmus, Dej.
12. Apomecynas, Dej.
13. Colobothea, Dej.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION III.—TETRAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. LONGICORNES. IV. Lepturetæ. Leptura, Lin. 1. Desmocerus, Dej. Stenocorus cyaneus, Fab
2. Vesperus, Dej. Stenocorus strepens, Oliv
3. Rhagium, Dahl. R. bifiudatnm, Fab.
4. Rhamnusium, Meg. Rhagium salicis, Fab
5. Toxotus, Meg. Leptura virginea, Fab.
6. Stenoderus, Dej. Leptura ceramboides, Kirb.
7. Leptura, Dej. L. armata, Gyll.
V. EUPODA. I. Sagrides.
Sagra, Cuv. 1. Megatopus, Fab.
2. Sagra, prop. Fab.
3. Orsodacna, Lat.
4. Psammœcus, Bon. Anthicus 2-punctatus, Fab.
II. Criocerides.
Crioceris, Geoff. 1. Donacia, Fab.
2. Hæmonia, Meg. Donacia equiseti, Fab.
3. Petauristes, Lat. Lema varia, Fab
4. Crioceris, prop. Geoff. Chrysomela merdigera, Lin
5. Anchenia, Thunb Crioceris subspinosa, Fab.
6. Megascelis, Dej. Lema vittata, Fab.
I. Cassidariæ.
Hispa, Lin. 1. Alurnus, Fab. L'hispe bordée, Cuv.
2. Hitpa, Lin. H. atra, Lin.
3. Chalepus, Thunb. Hispa spinipes, Fab.
Cassida, Lin. 1. Imatidium, Fab. Cassida equestris, Fab.
2. Cassida, prop.
VI. CYCLICA. II. Chrysomelinæ. Cryptocedphalus, Cuv. 1. Clythra, Leach. Chrysomela quadripunctata, Lin
2. Chlamys, Knock.
3. Lamprosoma, Kirb. L. bicolor, Kirb.
4. Cryptocepha-Geoff. Chrysomela sericea, Lin.
5. Choragus, Kirb. . C. Schoppardi, Kirb.
6. Euryope, Dalm. E. rubra, Lat.
7. Eumolpus, Kug. E. vitis, Fab.
Crysomela, Cuv. 1. Colapsis, Fab.
2. Podontia, Dalm Crysomela 14-punctata, Fab
3. Phyllocharis, Dalm. Chrysomela cyanipes, Fab.
4. Doryphora, Ilig.
5. Paropsis, Oliv.
6. Timarch, Meg. Tenebrio lævigatus, Lin
7. Chrysomela, Cuv. C. sanguinolenta, Lin.
8. Phœdon, Meg. Chrysomela raphani, Dhal,
9. Prasocuris, Lat. P. aucta, Cuv.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION III.—TETRAMERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
VI. CYCLICA. (continued). III. Galerucitæ Glaeruca, Cuv. 1. Adoriuni, Fab.
2. Luperus, Geqff.
3. Galereuca, Geoff. Chryaomela calmarienais, Lin.
4. Altica, Geqff.
5. Octogonotea, Drap
6. Oedionychis, Lat. A. marginella, Oliv.
7. Psylliodes, Lat
8. Dibolia, Lat. Altica Echii, Oliv.
9. Altica, Lat. Chrysomela oleracea, Lin
10. Longitaraua, Lat. Altica lurida, Oliv.
VII. CLAVIPALPI.
Erotylus, Fab 1. Erotylus, Fab.
2. Triplax, Fab. Tritoma bipustulatum, Oliv
3. Languria, Lat. Trogosita elongate, Fab
4. Phalacrus, Payck.
5. Agathidium, Illig.

Section IV.—TRIMERA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
EUNGICOLR. Eumorphus, Cuv. 1. Eumorphua, Web.
2. Dapsa, Zikg.
3. Endomychus, Web.
4. Lycoperdina, Lat.
II. APHIDIPHAGI. Coccinella, Cuv. 1. Lithophilus, Trohl L. ruficollis, Dhal
2. Coccinella, Lin. C. 7-punetata, Lin.
Clypeaster, Andersche. C. pusillus, Dej.
III. PSELAPHII Pselaphus, Herbst. 1. Chennium, Lat. C. bituberculatum, Lat.
2. Dioniz, Dej.
3. Paelaphua, Herbs. P. Herbstii, Reich.
4. Bithynus, Leach. Pselaphus aecuriger, Leach.

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ORDER V.—COLEOPTERA (continued).

SECTION IV.—TRIMERA (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. PSELAPHII. Pselphus, Herbst.(cont). 5. Arcopagus, Leach. Pselphus glabricollis, Reich.
6. Ctenistes, Reich
7. Bryaxis, Leach
Claviger, Cuv. 1. Claviger, Cuv.
2. Articerus, Dalm A. armatus, Dalm.

ORDER VI.—ORTHOPTERA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. CURSORIA. Forficula, Lin. F. auricularia, Lin
Blatta, Lin. B. orientalis, Lin.
Mantis, Lin. 1. Empnsa, Iliger. Mantis religiosa, Lin.
2. Mantis, Cuv.
3. Spectrum, Stoll.
4. Phasma, Fab. P. rossia, Fab.
5. Phyllium, Illig. Mantis siccifolia, Lin.
II. SALTATORIA. Gryllus, Lin 1. Gryllo-talpa, Lat. Gryllus-gryllo-talpa, Lin.
2. Tridactylus, Oliv. Xya variegata, Illig.
3. Gryllus, Cuv. G. campestris, Lin.
4. Myrmecophila, Char. Blata acervorum.Panx.
Locusta, Geoff. L. viridissi ma, Fab.
Acrydium, Geoff. 1. Pneumora, Thunb. P. sexguttata, Thunb.
2. Proscopia, Kliig.
3. Truxalis, Fab. G. nasutus, Lin.
4. Tetrix, Lat. Acrydium.subulatum, De Geer.

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ORDER VII.—HEMIPTERA.

Section I.—HETEROPTERA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. GEOCORISE. Cimex, Lin. 1. Scutellera, Lam. Cimex lineatus, Lin.
2. Pentatoma, Oliv. Cimex ornatus, Lin.
3. Teaaeratoma, Pel Edesaa papilloea, Fab.
4. Phloea Lep. & Ser.
5. Coreus, Fab. Cimex marginatus,Lin.
6. Holhymenis, Lep &. Ser. Lygnus bidavatus, Fab.
7. Pachylis, Lep& Ser.
8. Anisoscelis, Lat. L. membranaceua,Fab.
9. Alydus, Fab.
10. Leptocorisa, Lat.
11. Neides, Lat.
12. Lygaras, Fab. Cimex equestria, Lin.
13. Salda, Fab. S. atra, Fab.
14. Myodocba, Latr.
15. Aatemma, Cuv. Salda pallioornis, Fab.
16. Miris, Fab.
17. Capaua, Fab.
18. Heterotoma, Lat Capsus spiasicornia, Lat. Fab.
19. Acanthia, Fab.
20. Syrtia, Fab. S. manicata, Fab.
21. Tingis, Fab. T. pyri, Fab.
22. Aradus, Fab.
23. Cimex, Latr. C. lectulariua, Lin.
24. Reduvius, Fab.
25. Holopdlua, Lep.& Ser
26. Nabis, Lat.....Cimex peraonatua, Lin.
27. Zelus, Fab.
28. Ploiaria, Scop. Gerris Vagabundus, Fab.
29. Leptopus, Lat. Salda striata, Lat.
30. Hydrometra, Fab.
31. Gerris, Lat.
32. Velia, Lat.
Nepa Lin. 1. Galgulus, Lat. Naucoria oculata, Fab.
2. Naucoria, Geoff. Nepa cimicoidea, Lin.
3. Belostoma, Lat. Nepa grandia, Fab.
4. Nepa
5. Ranatra, Fab. Nepa linearis, Lin.
Notonecta, Lin. 1. Corixa. Geoff.
2. Notonecta, Geoff..N. glauca, Lin.

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ORDER VII.—HEMIPTEEA (continued).

Section II.—HOMOPTERA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Cicada, Oliv. C. Orni, Lin.
I. CICADARLE. Fulgorai, Lin. 1. Otiocerus, Kirb. O. Coquebertii
2. Lystra, Fab.
3. Cixius, Latr.
4. Tettigometra, Cuv.
5. Pæciloptera, Lat.
6. Issus, Fab.
7. Anotia, Kirb.
8. Asiraca, Latr.
9. Delphax, Fab.
10. Derbe, Fab.
1. Membracis, Fab.
Cicadella, Lin. M. foliac, Fab.
2. Tragop, Latr Membracis glabra, Germ.
3. Darnis, Fab.
4. Bocydium, Lat. Centrotus horridus, Fab
5. Centrotus, Fab. Cicada cornuta, Lin.
6. Ætalion, Latr.
7. Ledra, Lat. Cicada anrita, Lin.
8. Cicctus, Lat. Cicada adspersa, Fab.
9. Cercopia, Fab. C. sanguinolenta. Fab.
10. Eulopa, Fall. Cercopis, Ericas, Arh.
11. Eupelix, Germ. Cicana cuspidata, Fab
12. Penthimia, Germ. Cicada atra, Germ.
13. Jassus, Fab.
14. Tettigonia, Oliv. Cercopis grisea, Fab.
II. Aphidii. Psylla, Geoff. Chermes buxi, Lin.
Llria, Lat.
Thrips, Lin.
Aphis, Lin 1. Aphis, Cuv. A. quercus, Lin.
2. Aleyrodes, Lat. Tinea proietella, Lin.
III. GALLINECTA. Coccus, Lin. C. adonidum, Lin.

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Family. Section. Genus. Subgenus. Examples of Species.
I. SUBULICORNES, Lat.
Libellula, Lin. 1. Libellula, Fab. L. depressa, Lin.
2. Æshna, Fab. Libellula, grandis, Lin.
3. Agrion, Fab. Libellula virgo, Lin.
Ephemera, Lin. E. longicauda, Oliv.
I. Panorpate. Panorpa, Lin. 1. Nemoptera, Lat. N. lustitantica, Leach.
2. Bittacus, Lat.
3. Panorpa, Lat.
4. Boreus, Lat.
II. Myrmeleonides.
Myrmeleon, Lin. 1. Myrmeleon, Fab. formicarium, Lin.
2. Ascalaphus, Fab.
III. Hemerobini.
Hemerobius, Lin. 1. Hemerobius, Lat. perla, Lin.
2. Osmylus, Lat.
3. Nymphes, Leach. N. myrmeleonides, Leach.
Semblis, Cuv. 1. Corydalis, Lat
2. Chauliodes, Lat.
3. Sialis, Lat. Hemerobius lutarius, Lin
IV. Termitinæ.
Mantispa, Illig.
Raphidia, Lin. R. ophiopsis, Lin.
Termes, Lin. T. Incifugum, Ross.
Psocus, Lat. Termes pulsatorium, Lin.
V.Perlides.
Perla, Geoff.
1. Nemours, Lat.
Phryganes bicaudats, Lin.
III. PLICIPENNES.
Phryganea, Lin. 1. Sericostoma, Lat.
2. Phryganea, Cus. P. grandis, Rœs.
3. Mystacida.
4. Hydroptils, Dal..
5. Psychomyie, Cuv.

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ORDER IX.—HYMENOPTERA.

SECTION I.—TEREBRANTIA.

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. SECURIFERA. I. Tenthredinetæ. Lat Tenthredo, Lin. 1. Cimbex, Olive Tenthredo lutea, Lin.
II. Urocerata, Lat.
I. Evaniales.
2. Schyzocera, Lat
3. Hylotoma, Cuv Tenthredo rosæ, Lin.
4. Tenthredo, Lat T. scrophulariæ, Lin.
5. Cladius, Lat
6. Athalia, Leach.
7. Pterygophorus, Klüg
8. Lophrus, Lat
9. Megalodontes, Lat
10. Pamphillus, Lat
11. Xyela, Dalm.
12. cephus, Lat
13. Xiphydria, Lat
Sirex, Lin 1. Oryssus, Lat
2. Sirex, Lin S. gigas, Lin.
Fœnus, Cuv 1. Evanis, Fab
2. Pelecinus, Lat
3. Fœnus, Lat
4. Aulacus, Jur
5. Paxylloms, Breb.
II. PUPIVORA. Ichneumon, Lin II. Ichneumonides. 1. Stephanus, Jar Bracon serrator, Fab.
2. Xorides, Lat Pimpla mediator, Fab.
3. Pimpla, Fab Ichneumon persuasorius, Lin.
4. Cryptus, Fab
5. Ophion, Fab Ichneumon Iuteus, Lin.
6. Banchus, Fab
7. Helwigia, Cuv
8. Joppa, Fab
9. Ichnumon, Cuv
10. Alomya, Cuv I. femoralis, Grav.
11. Peltastes, Illig Ichneumon necatorius Fab.
12. Acoenitus, Lat
13. Agathis, Lat
14. Bracon, Jur
15. Microgaster, Lat
16. Helcon, Neés d'Es
17. Sigalphus, Lat
18. Chelonus, Jur
19. Alysia, Lat

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ORDER IX.—HYMENOPTERA

SECTION I.—TEREBRANTIA

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. PUPIVORA. III. Gallicolæe. cynips, Lin. 1. Ibalia, Lat
2. Figites, Lat
3. Cynips, Lin Diplolepis gallæ tinctoriæ, Olive.
IV. Chalcidiæ. Chalcis, Fab. 1. Chalcis, Cuv Vespa minuta, Lin.
2. Chalcis, Cuv Vespa minuta, Lin.
3. Leucospis, Fab L. dorsigera, Fab.
4. Eucharis, Lat
5. Thoracants, Lat
6. Agaon, Dalm
7. Eurytoma, Illig
8. Misocampe, Lat
9. Perilampus, Lat
10. Pteromalus, Lat
11. Cleonymus, Lat.
12. Eupelmua, Dal
13. Eneyrtua, Lat.
14. Spalangia, Lat
15. Eulophua, Geoff.
V. Oxiuri, Lat.
Bethylus, Lat.
1. Dryinus, Lat.
2. Anteon, Jur.
3. Betbylus, Lat.
4. Proctotrupes, Lat.
5. Helorus, Lat.
6. Belyta, Jur.
7. Diapria, Lat.
8. Ceraphron, Jur.
9. Sparasion, Lat.
10. Teleaa, Lat.
11. Scelion, Lat.
12. Platygaster, Lat.
VI. Chrysides.
Chrysis, Lin
1. Parnopes, Lat P. Carnea, Cuv
2. Chrysis, Fat C. ignits, Lin
3. Cleptes, Lat

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ORDER IX.—HYMENOPTERA (continued).

SECTION II.—ACULEATA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. HETEROGYNA. Formica, Lin.. 1. Formica, Cuv F. bispinosa, Lat.
2. Polyergus, Lat.. F. amazon, Hub. fiis.
3. Ponera, Lat. F. contracta, Lat.
4. Odontomachus,Lat.
5. Myrmica, Lat. F. rufa, Lin.
6. Eciton, Lat.
7. Atta Atta cephalotes, Fab.
8. Cryptocerus, Lat.
Mutilla, Lin..
1. Dorylus, Fab.
2. Labidus, Jur.
3. Mutilla, Cuv. Mutilla Europœa, Lin.
4. Myrmosa, Lat.
5. Myrmecoda, Lat.
6. Scleroderma, Klüg.
7. Methoca, Lat.
Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. FOSSORES. Sphex. Scolietes, Cuv. 1. Tiphia, Fab.
2. Tengyra, Lat.
3. Myrzine, Lat.
4. Meria, Illig.
5. Scolia, Fab.
Sapigytes, Lat. 1. Thynnus, Fab.
2. Polochrum, Spin.
3. Sapyga, Lat.
Sphegides, Cuv. 1. Pepsis, Fab.
2. Ceropales, Lat.
3. Pompilus, Fab. Sphex viatica, Lin.
4. Planiceps, Lat.
5. Aporus, Spin. Sphex sabulosa, Lin.
6. Ammophilus
7. Pronœus, Lat.
8. Sphex, Cuv.
9. Chlorion, Lat. C. compressum, Fab.
10. Dolichurus, Lat.
11. Ampulex, Jur.
12. Podium, Lat.
13. Pelopæus, Lat. Sphex spirifex, Lin.
Bembicides, Fab. 1. Bembex Apis rostrata, Lin.
2. Monedula, Lat.
3. Stizus, Lat. Larra vespiformis, Fab

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ORDER IX.—HYMENOPTERA (continued).

SECTION II.—ACULEATA (continued).

Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. FOSSORES (continued). Sphex (continued). Larrates 1. Palarus, Lat.
2. Lyrops, Illig.
3. Larra, Fab.
4. Dinetus, Jur.
5. Miscophus, Jur.
Nissoniæ 1. Astata, Latr.
2. Nysson, Lat.
3. Oxybelus, Lat.
4. Nitela, Lat.
5. Pison, Spin.
Crabronites 1. Trypoxylon, Lat. Sphex figulus, Lin.
2. Gorytes, Lat.
3. Crabro, Fab.
4. Stigmus, Jur.
5. Pamphredon, Lat. P. unicolor, Cuv.?
6. Mellinus, Fab.
7. Alyson, Jur.
8. Psen, Lat.
9. Philanthus, Fab.
10. Cerceris, Lat.
Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. DIPLOPTERA. I. Massarides, Lat. Masaris, Fab. 1. Masaris, Cuv.
2. Celonites, Lat.
II. Vespariæ Vespa, Lin. 1. Ceramius, Lat. C. lusitanicus, Klüg.
2. Synagris, Lat. S. cornuta, Lat.
3. Eumenes, Lat. E. coarctata, Fab.
4. Pterochilus, Klüg. Vespa phalœrata, Germ.
5. Odynerus, Lat. Vespa muraria, Lin.
6. Vespa, Lat. Polistes morio, Fab.
Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. ANTHOPHILA. Apis, Lin. I. Andrenetæ 1. Hylæus, Fab.
2. Colletes, Lat. Apis succincta, Lin.
3. Andrena, Lat. A. flessæ Panz.
4. Dasypoda, Lat.
5. Sphecodes, Lat.
6. Halictus, Lat.
7. Nomia, Lat.

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ORDER IX.—HYMENOPTERA (continued).

SECTION II.—ACULEATA (continued).

Family. Genus. Section. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. ANTHOPHILA (continued.) Apis, Lin. (continued.) II. Apiariæ. 1. Systropha, Illig.
2. Rophites, Spin.
3. Panurgus, Panx.
4. Xylocopa, Lat. Apis violaces, Lin.
5. Ceratina, Lat.
6. Chelostoma, Lat.
7. Heriades, Spin.
8. Megachile, Lat. Xylocopa muraria, Fab.
9. Lithurgus, Lat. Centris cornuta, Fab.
10. Osmia, Panz.
11. Anthidium, Fab.
12. Stelis, Panz.
13. Cœlioxys, Lat.
14. Ammobates, Lat.
15. Phileremus, Lat.
16. Epeolus, Lat.
17. Nomada, Fab.
18. Pasites, Jur.
19. Melecta, Lat.
20. Crocisa, Jur.
21. Oxœa, Klüg.
22. Eucera, Cuv.
23. Macrocera, Spin.
24. Melipodes, Lat. Apis longicornis, Lin.
25. Melliturga, Lat.
26. Anthophora, Lat.
27. Saropoda, Lat.
28. Ancyloscelis, Lat.
29. Centris, Fab.
30. Epicharis, Klüg.
31. Acanthopus, Klüg.
32. Euglossa, Lat.
33. Bombus, Lat. Apis muscorum, Lin.
34. Apis, Lat. Apis mellifica, Lin.
35. Melipona, Illig.
36. Trigona, Lat.

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ORDER X.—LEPIDOPTERA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. DIURNA. Papilio, Lin. 1. P. equites, Lin. P. Machaon, Lin.
2. Zelima, Fab.
3. Parnassius, Lat. Papilio Apollo, Lin.
4. Thais, Fab. Papilio Danai Candidi, Lin.
5. Pieris, Sch. Papilio brassicæ, Lin.
6. Colias, Fab. Papilio hyale, Lin.
7. Danais, Cuv. Danaus festivus, Lin.
8. Idea, Fab.
9. Heliconius, Latr. Papilio Heliconii, Lin.
10. Acrea, Fab. Papilio nymphalis, Lin.
11. Cethosia, Fab.
12. Argynnis, Fab.
13. Vanessa, Fab. Papilio Antiopa, Lin.
14. Libythia, Fab.
15. Biblis, Fab.
16. Nymphalis, Latr. Papilio Jason, Lin.
17. Morpho, Fab.
18. Pavonia, Cuv. Papilio Phidippus.
19. Brassolis, Fab.
20. Eumenia, God.
21. Eurybia, Illig.
22. Satyrus, Lat.
23. Erycina, Lat.
24. Myrina, Fab.
25. Polyommatus, Cuv. Papilio alexis, Hübu.
26. Barbicornis, God.
27. Zephyrius, Dalm.
28. Hesperia, Fab. Hesperia malox, Fab.
29. Urania, Fab. Papilio riphæus, Fab.
II. CREPUSCULARIA. Sphinx, Lin. 1. Agarista, Leach.
2. Coronis, Lat.
3. Castinia, Fab.
4. Sphinx, Cuv. S. euphorbiæ, Lin.
5. Macroglossum, Sco.
6. Smerinthus, Lat. S. demipaon, Cuv.
7. Sesia, Cuv.
8. Thyris, Hoffm. Sphinx fenestrina, Fab.
9. Ægocera, Lat. Bombyx venulia, Fab.
10. Zygeena, Cuv. Sphinx filipendule, Lin.
11. Syntomis, Illig.
12. Atychia, Hoffm.
13. Procris, Fab. Sphinx statices, Lin.

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ORDER X.—LEPIDOPTERA (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. NOCTURNA. Phalæna, Lin.
I. Hepialites. 1. Hepialus, Fab. H. humuli, Fab.
2. Cossus, Fab. C. ligniperda, Fab.
3. Stygia, Drap. S. australis, Lat.
4. Zeuzera, Lat. Cossus æsculi, Fab.
II. Bombyciles 1. Saturnia, Cuv. Bombyx tan, Fab.
2. Lasiocampa, Cuv. Bombyx quercifolia, Fab.
3. Bombyx, Cuv. B. mori, Lin.
III. Pseudo-bombyces. 1. Sericaria, Lat. Bombyx dispar, Fab.
2. Notodonta, Ochs.
3. Orygia, Ochs. B. antiqua, Fab.
4. Limacodes, Lat.
5. Psyche, Schr.
6. Chelonia, God. Bombyx chrysorrhœa, Fab.
7. Callimorpha, Lat. Bombyx Jacobeæ, F. Roes.
8. Lithosia, Fab.
IV. Aposura 1. Dicranoura, God.
2. Platypterix, Lasp.?
V. Noctuælites 1. Erebus, Lat.
2. Noctua, Cuv. N. sponsa, Fab.
VI. Phalenæ tortrices 1. Pyralis, Fab. P. pomana, Fab.
VII. Phalænites, Lat. 1. Phalæna, Cuv. P. sambucaria, Lin.
VIII. Deltoides. 1. Herminia, Lat.
IX. Tineites 1. Botys, Lat. Papilio urticata, Lin.
2. Hydrocampe, Lat. Papilio potamogata, Cuv.
3. Aglossa, Latr. Papilio pinguinalis, Lin.
4. Galleria, Fab. G. cereana, Fab.
5. Crambus, Fab.
6. Alucita, Lat.
7. Euplocamus, Lat.
8. Phycis, Fab. P. Boleti, Fab.
9. Tinea, Cuv. Pyralis tapezana, Fab.
10. llithyia, Lat. Crambus carneus, Fab.
11. Yponomeuta, Lat. Tinea evonymella, Fab.
12. Oecophora, Lat. Tinea majorella, Hübn.
13. Adela, Lat. Alucita Dejeerella, F.
X. Pterophorites 1. Pterophorus, Cuv. P. pentadactylus, Fab.
2. Orneodes, Latr. Pterophorus hexadactylus, Fab.

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ORDER XI.—RHIPIPTERA.

Genus.

I. Xenos, Ros.

II. Stylops, Kir.

ORDER XII.—DIPTERA.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. NEMOCERA. Culex, Lin. 1. Culex, Cuv. Culex pipiens, Lin.
2. Anopheles, Cuv.
3. Oedes, Hoffm.
Tipula, Lin. 1. Corethra, Meig. Tipula culiciforma, de Géer.
2. Chironomus, Meig. Tipula annularia, Meig.
3. Tanypus, Meig.
4. Ceratopogon, Meig.
5. Psychoda, Lat.
6. Cicidomyia, Meig.
7. Lestremia, Macquart Cecidomyia destructor, Mac.
8. Ctenophora, Meig. Tipula pectinicornis, Fab.
9. Pedicia, Lat.
10. Tipula, Lat. T. oleracea, Lin .
11. Nephrotoma, Meig.
12. Ptychoptera, Meig.
13. Riphidia, Meig.
14. Erioptera, Meig.
15. Lasioptera, Meig.
16. Limnobia, Meig.
17. Polymera, Weid.
18. Trichocera, Meig.
19. Macrœpeza, Meig.
20. Dixa, Meig.
21. Mækistocera, Wisd.
22. Hexatoma, Lat.
23. Chionea, Dalm.
24. Rhyphus, Lat.
25. Asindulum, Cuv.
26. Gnorista, Meig.
27. Bolitophila, Hoff.

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ORDER XII.—DIPTERA (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. NEMOCERA (continued). Tipula, Lin (cont.) 28. Macrocera, Meig.
29. Mycetophila, Meig.
30. Leia, Meig.
31. Platyura, Meig.
32. Synapha, Meig.
33. Mycetobia, Meig.
34. Molobrus, Latr.
35. Campylomyza, Weid.
36. Ceroplateus, Bosc.
37. Cordyla, Meig.
38. Simulium, Lat.
39. Scatopse, Geoff. Tipula latrinarum, De G.
40. Penthetria, Meig.
41. Dilophus, Meig.
42. Bibeo, Geoff. Tipula hortulans, Lin.
43. Aspistes, Hofm.
II. TANYSTOMA. Asilus, Lin. 1. Laphria, Meig.
2. Ancilorhynchus, Lat.
3. Dasypogons, Meig.
4. Ceraturgus, Weid.
5. Dioctria, Meig.
6. Asilus, Cuv. A. craboniformis, Lin.
7. Ommatius, Illig.
8. Gonipus, Lat.
9. Oedalia, Meig.
10. Hybos, Meig.
11. Ocydromia, Hoff.
Empis, Lin. 1. Empis, Cuv. E. pinnipes, Fab.
2. Ramphomyia, Meig.
3. Hilara, Meig.
4. Brachystoma, Meig.
5. Gloma, Meig.
6. Hemerodromia, Hoffm.
7. Sicus, Lat.
8. Drapetis, Meig.
Cyrtus, Lat. 1. Panops, Lam.
2. Cyrtus, Lat.
3. Astomella, Duf.
4. Henops, Illig.
5. Acrocera, Meig.

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ORDER XII.—DIPTERA (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
II. TANYSTOMA (continued). Bombylius, Lin. 1. Toxophora, Meig. T. maculatus, Meig.
2. Xestomyza, Wied.
3. Apatomyza, Wied.
4. Lasius, Wied.
5. Usia, Lat.
6. Phthiria, Meig.
7. Bombylius, Meig. B. major, Lin.
8. Geron, Meig.
9. Ploas, Meig.
10. Cyllenia, Latr.
Anthrax, Scop. 1. Stygides, Lat.
2. Anthrax, Meig. Musca morio, Panz.
3. Hirmoneura, Wied.
4. Mulio, Lat.
5. Nemestrina, Lat.
6. Fallenia, Meig.
7. Colax, Wied.
Thereva, Lat. Bibio plebela, Fab.
Laptis, Cuv. 1. Atherix, Meig.
2. Leptis, Fab. Musca scolopacea, Lin.
3. Chrysopilus, Mac. Musca vemileo, Lin.
4. Clinocera, Meig.
Dolichopus, Lat. 1. Ortochile, Lat.
2. Dolichopus, Cuv. D. ungulatus, Fab.
3. Sybistroma, Meig.
4. Raphium, Meig.
5. Porphyrops, Meig.
6. Medeterus, Fisc.
7. Hydrophorus, Mac.
8. Chrysotus, Mac.
9. Psilopus, Mac.
10. Diaphorus, Mac.
11. Callomyia, Meig.
12. Platypeza, Meig.
13. Scenopinus, Lat. Musca fenestralis, Lin.
III. TABANIDES. Tabanus, Lin. 1. Pangonia, Lat.
2. Tabanus, Cuv. T. bovinus, Lin.
3. Silvia, Meig. Tabanus vituli, Fab.
4. Chrysops, Cuv. C. cœcutiens, Fab.
5. Hæmatopota, Meig.
6. Hexatoma, Meig.

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ORDER XII.—DIPTERA (continued).

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
IV. NOTACANTHA. Mydas, Cuv. 1. Cephalocera, Lat.
2. Mydas, Fab.
Chiromyza. Wied.
Pachystomus, Lat.
Xylophagus, Cuv. 1. Hermetia, Lat.
2. Xylophagus, Meig. X. ater, Lat.
3. Acanthomera, Wied.
4. Raphiorhynchus
5. Cœnomyia, Lat. Sicus ferrugineus, Fab.
6. Beris, Lat.
7. Cyphomyia, Wied.
8. Ptilodactylus, Wied. Stratiomys quadridentata, Fab.
Stratiomys, Geoff. 1. Stratiomys, Fab. S. chamælion, Fab.
2. Odontomyia, Meig.
3. Ephippium, Lat. Stratiomys ephippium, Fab.
4. Oxycera, Meig. Stratiomys hypoleon, Fab.
5. Nemotelus, Geoff.
6. Chrysochlora, Lat. Sargus amethystinus, Fab.
7. Sargus, Fab. Musca cupraria, Lin.
8. Vappo. Lat.
Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
V. ATHERICERA. I. Syrphides. Syrphus, Cuv. 1. Volucella, Geoff. Musca mystacea, Lin.
2. Sericomyia, Meig.
3. Eristalis, Meig. E. intricarius, Meig.
4. Mallota, Meig.
5. Helophilus, Meig. Musca tenax, Lin.
6. Syrphus, Lat. Scæva ribesii, Fab.
7. Baccha, Meig.
8. Chrysogaster, Meig.
9. Paragus, Lat.
10. Sphecomyia, Lat.
11. Psarus, Lat.
12. Chrysotoxum, Meig.
13. Ceria, Fab.
14. Callicera, Meig.
15. Ceratophyia, Wied.
16. Aphritis, Lat.
17. Merodon, Meig. Eristalis Narcissi, Fab.

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ORDER XII.—DIPTERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
V. ATHERICERA (continued). I. Syrphides. Syrphus (cont.). 18. Ascia, Meig.
19. Sphegina, Meig.
20. Eumerus, Meig. Musca pipiens, Lin.
21. Milesia, Lat.
22. Pipiza, Meig.
23. Brachyopa, Hoff.
24. Rhingia, Scop.
25. Pelocera,? Hoff.
II. Oestrides. Oestrus, Lin. 1. Cuterebra, Clarck.
2. Cephenemyia, Cuv. Oestrus buccatus, Fab.
3. Oedemagena, Cuv.
4. Oestrus, Cuv. Oe. equi, Fab.
III. Conopsariæ. Conops, Lin. 1. Systropus, Wied.
2. Conops, Fab. C. macrocephala, Fab.
3. Zodion, Lat.
4. Myopa, Fab M. ferruginea, Fab.
5. Stomoxys, Geoff. Conops calcitrans, Lin.
6. Bucentes, Lat.
7. Carnus, Nitz.
IV. Muscides. Musca, Cuv. 1. Echinomyia, Dum. Musca grossa, Lin.
2. Gonïa, Meig.
3. Miltogramma, Meig.
4. Trixa, Meig.
5. Gymnosomia, Meig.
6. Cistogaster, Lat.
7. Phasia, Meig.
8. Trichiopoda, Lat. Thereva plumipes, Fab.
9. Lophosia, Meig.
10. Ocyptera, Meig. O. bicolor, Duf.
11. Melanophora, Meig.
12. Phania, Meig.
13. Xysta, Meig.
14. Tachina, Fab.
15. Dexia, Meig.
16. Musca, Lin. M. vomitoria, Lin.
17. Sarcophaga, Meig. Musca carnaria, Lin.
18. Achias, Fab.
19. Idia, Meig. Musca felina, Fab.

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ORDER XII.—DIPTERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
V. ATHERICERA (continued). IV. Muscides (continued). Musca, Cuv.
(cont.)
20. Lipse, Lat.
21. Agyritis, Lat.
22. Anthomyia,
Meig.
Musca pluvialis, Lin.
23. Drymeia, Meig.
24. Cænosia, Meig. Musca fungorum, De Géer.
25. Eriphia, Meig.
26. Ropalomera,
Wied.
27. Ochtera, Lat.
28. Ephydra, Fall.
29. Notiphila, Fall. Musca cellaria, Pans.
30. Thyreophora,
Lat.
Musca cynophila, Panz.
31. Sphærocera, Lat.
32. Dialyta, Meig.
33. Cordylura, Fall.
34. Scatophaga, Lat. Musca stercoria, Lin.
35. Loxocera, Lat.
36. Chyliza, Fall.
37. Lissa, Meig.
38. Psilomyia, Latr.
39. Lonchoptera,
Meig.
40. Heleomyza, Fall. Musca serrata, Lin.
41. Dryomyza, Fall.
42. Sapromyza, Fall.
43. Oscinis, Lat.
44. Otites, Lat. Oscinis umbraculata,
Fab.
45. Euthycera, Lat. Scatophaga chærophylli, Fab.
46. Sepedon, Lat.
47. Tetanocera, Dum. Sepedon rufa, Fab.
48. Micropeza, Meig. Calobata filiformis, Fab.
49. Calobata, Meig.
50. Diopsis, Lin. D. apicalis, Dalm.
51. Cephalia, Meig.
52. Sepsis, Fall.
53. Ortalis, Fall. Musca vibrans, Lin.
54. Tetanops, Meig.
55. Thephritis, Lat. Musca cardui, Lin.
56. Platystoma,
Meig.
57. Celyphus, Dalm. C. obtectus, Dalm.
58. Lauxania, Lat.

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ORDER XII.—DIPTERA (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
V. ATHERICERA (cont.). IV. Muscides (continued). Musca, Cuv.
(cont.)
59. Mosillus, Lat.
60. Tlmia, Lat.
61. Homalura, Meig.
62. Actora, Meig.
63. Gymnomyza,
Fall.
64. Lonchæa, Fall.
65. Phora, Lat.
VI. PUPIPARA. Hippobosca,
Lin.
1. Hippobosca, Cuv. H. equins, Lin.
2. Ornithomyia,
Lat.
Hippobosca avicularia,
Lin.
3. Strebla, Dalm.
4. Melophagus, Lat. Hippobosca ovina, Lin.
5. Lipotepna, Nitz.
Nycteribia, Lat.

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DIVISION IV.—RADIATA, OR ZOOPHYTES.

THIS division includes the most simple forms of animated nature, and although these forms vary considerably in the several classes, all show traces, more or less distinct, of radiation from a common centre.

It includes five classes.

Divisions. Class.
RADIATA I. ECHINODERMATA
II. ENTOZOA, or, Intestinal Worms
III. ACALEPHÆ
IV. POLYPI
V. INFUSORIA

CLASS I.—ECHINODERMATA.

This name is strictly applicable to the genus Echinus, sea-urchins, or hedgehogs, but is applied more generally to the most complicated of the radiated animals. All the genera have a well organized skin, with distinct viscera, and a sort of imperfect vascular system.

The class includes two orders.

ECHINODERMATA 1. Pedicellata
2. Apedicellata

ORDER I.—PBDICELLATA.

The envelope in this order is pierced with apertures, through which issue numerous membranaceous tentacula, which acting as organs of motion, are called the feet.

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ORDER I.—PEDICELLATA .

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Asterias 1. Asterias, prop. Lam. As. discoïdea, Lam.
2. Ophiura Ast. nigra, Müll.
3. Gorgonocephala,
Leach.
As. caput Medusæ.
4. Alecto, Leach. As. multiradiata, Leach.
Encrinus 1. Encrinus, prop.
& existing
Pentacrinus Europæus,
Thomson.
2. Apiocrinites All fossil.
3. Encrinites
4. Pentacrinites
5. Platycrinites
6. Poteriocrinites
7. Cyathocrinites
8. Actinocrinites
9. Rhodocrinites
10. Eugeniacrinites
Echinus 1. Echinus, prop. E. mamillatus, L.
2. Echinone, Phelsum E. cyclostomus, Müll.
3. Nucleolites, Lin. Spatangus depressus, fossil,
Leslie.
4. Galerites, Lam. Ech. vulgaris, fossil, L.
5. Scutella, Lam. E. auritus, Scl.
6. Rotula, Kl. E. decadactylus.
7. Cassidulus, Lam. Cass. Caribæorun, Lam.
8. Ananchites, Lam. E. ovatus, L. fossil.
9. Clypeaster, Lam. E. rosaceus, Kl.
10. Fibularia, Lam. E. nucleus, Kl.
11. Spatangus, Kl.
12. Brissoïdes, Kl. E. teres, Seb.
13. Brissus, Kl. E. purpureus, Müll.
Holothuria Hol. plantapus, L.

ORDER II.—APEDICELLATA.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Molpadia Mol. holothuroïdes, Cuv.
Mynias M. cyanea, Cuv.
Priapulus Hol. priapulus, L.
Lithodermes Lith. cuneus, Cuv.
Siponculus Sip. edulis, Cuv.
Bonellia Bon. viridis, Rol.
Thalassema 1. Thalassema, prop. T. Neptuni, Gertner.
2. Echiurus. Lumbricus echiurus, Gmel.
3. Sternapsis, Otto Thalassima acutatum, Ranzan.

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CLASS II.—INTESTINA—ENTOZOA, Rudolphi.

This class, so far as has been observed, is destitute of any true circulation, though there are obscure vestiges of nerves. Most of the genera live only in the interior of other animals.

They are divided into two orders.

Class. Order.
INTESTINA 1. Intestina cavitaria
2. Intestina parenchymata

ORDER I.—INTESTINA CAVITARIA—NEMATOIDEA, Rudolphi.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Filaria, L Fil. Medinenals, Gm.
Trichocephalus 1. Trichocephalus,
proper
T. dispar, Rud.
2. Trichostomus.
3. Oxyuris Ox. curvula, Rud.
Cucullanus C. lacustris, Gm.
Ophiostomus O. cystidicola.
Ascaris As. lumbricoïdes, L.
Strongylus Stron. equinus, Gm.
Spiroptera Sp. strumosa, Nits.
Physaloptera See Rud. Syn. 29.
Scelorostoma, Blain 1. Scelorostoma, Blain.
2. Liorhynchus, Rud.
Linguatula Prionoderma Cucullanus ascarhoides
Lernæa 1. Lernæa, prop. L. branchialis, L.
2. Pennella, Oken. Pen. filosa, Gm.
3. Sphyrionis, Cuv. Chondracanthe lisse, Quoy & G.
4. Anchorella, Cuv. Lernæa adunea, Stræm.
5. Brachiella, Cuv. B. Thynni, Cuv.
6. Clavella, Oken. Lernæa uncinata, Müll.
7. Chondracanthus,
Laroch
Lernæa radiata, Müll.
Nemertes, Cuv. Nem. Borlaaii, Cuv.
Tabularia, Renimeri.
Ophiocephalus, Quoy & G.
Cerebratula, Renimeri

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ORDER II.—PARENCHYMATA.

This order is divided into four families.

Order. Family.
PARENCHYMATA Acanthocephala
Trematodes
Tenioides
Cestoides
Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. ACANTHOCEPHALA. Echinorhynchus 1. E. prop. E. gigas, Gm.
2. Hæruca H. muris, Gm.
II. TREMATODES. Fasciola 1. Festucaria.
2. Strigea.
3. Caryophyllæus.
4 Fasciola, prop. F. hepatica, L.
Holostoma
1. Polystoma P. intergerrimum, Rud.
Cyclocotyles C. bellones, Ott.
1. Tristoma, Cuv. T. coccineum, Cuv.
Hectocotyles H. octopodis, Cuv.
Aspidogaster A. conchycola, Bær.
Planaria P. lactea.
Prostomes
Derostoma
III. TENIOIDES. Phœnicura Vertumnus thedicola, Otto
Tænia T. lata, Rud.
Tricuspidaria T. nodulosa, Gm.
Bothryocephalus
Dibothryorhynchus
Floriceps
Rhyncobothrium R. corollatus, Rud.
Tetrarhynchus T. lingualis, Cuv.
1. Tentacularia, Bose.
Cysticercus T. ferarum.
Cœnurus T. cerebralis.
Scolex S. gigas, Cuv.
IV. CESTOIDES. Ligula L. abdominalis, Gm.

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CLASS III.—ACALEPHA.

Commonly called sea-nettles. These display some appearance of internal vessels, which, however, are mere productions of the intestines in the substance of the body.

They include two orders.

Class. Order.
ACALEPHA Acalephæ simplices.
Acalephæ hydrostaticæ.

ORDER I.—ACALEPHÆ SIMPLICES.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Medusa 1. Medusa, prop.
2. Æquorea M. æquorea, Gm.
3. Phorcynia M. mollicina, Forsk.
4. Foveolia
5. Pelagia O. panopyra, Peron.
6. Cyanæa Med. aurita.
7. Rhyzostoma Med. pulmo, Gm.
8. Cephæa Med. cephæa, Forsk.
9. Cassiopea Med. frondosa, Pal.
10. Astoma Med. proboscidalis, Forsk.
11. Berenice B. carisochroma, Per.
12. Eudora Eud. moneta, Cuv.
13. Carybdea Med. marsupialis, Gm.
14. Beroe Med. pileus, Gm.
15. Idya Med. infundibulum, Gm.
16. Doliolum D. Mediterraneum, Otto.
17. Callianira C didiploptera, Per.
18. Alcinæ Beroe hexagone, Brug.
19. Alcinæ A. vormiculata, Rans.
20. Ocyroc O. maculata, Rans.
21. Cestum Cest. Veneris, Leseur.
Porpites Med. umbella, Müll.
Velella Med. velella, Gm.

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ORDER II.—HYDROSTATICA.

This order is distinguished by air vesicles or bladders, by which the animals are usually suspended in the water.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Physalia, Lam. Holothuria physalis, L.
Physsophora, Forsk. 1. Physsophora, prop. P. hydrostatics, Gm.
2. Hippopus, Quoy & G.
3. Cupulites.
4. Racemides, Cuv.
5. Rhyzophyza, Per. P. filliformis, Forsk.
6. Stephanomia. S. amphitritis, Per.
Diphyes, Cuv. 1. Diphyes, prop. See An. de Sc. X.
2. Calpe.
3. Abyle.
4. Cuboides.
5. Navicula.

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CLASS IV.—POLYPI.

In this class there are tentacula, which surround the mouth. Most of the genera propagate by off-shoots, as well as by eggs.

It includes three orders, viz.—

Class. Order.
POLYPI Polypi carnosi.
Polypi gelatinosi.
Polypi polypiferi.

ORDER I.—POLYPI CARNOSI.

Called also fixed sea-nettles. They have a fleshy envelope, and are generally fixed to some submarine object, but occasionally free.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Actinia 1. Actinia, prop. Ac. senilis, L.
2. Thalassianthus Thal. aster, Ruppel.
3. Discosoma D. nummiforme, Id.
4. Zoanthus Hydra sociata, Gm.
Lucemaria L. quadricornis, Müll.

ORDER II. POLYPI GELATINOSI.

Are without any general envelope, and are gelatinous. Their body represents a mere bag.

Genus. Example of Species.
Hydra, Lin H. viridis, Trembley.
Corine, Gœrtner Tabularia coryna, Gm.
Cristatella C. mucedo, Cuv.
Vorticella
Pedicellaria See Müller, Zool. Dan. xvi.

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ORDER III.—POLYPI POLYPIFERI.

In this order the animals are composite, inhabiting, in numbers, a single habitaculum or polyparia, with a community of nutriment and volition.

The order is divided into three families.

Family. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
I. P. TUBIFERI. Tubipora T. musica, L.
Tubularia 1. Tub. marina Tub. indivisa, Ellis.
2. Tibiana Tib. fasciculata, Lam.
3. Cornularia Tub. cornucopia
4. Anguinaria Sertularia anguina, Ellis.
5. Campanularia Sert. verticillata, Ellis.
Sertularia 1. Aglophenia Sert. myrophillum, Ellis.
2. Amatia Sert. lendigera, Ellis.
3. Antennularia Sert. antennina, Gm.
4. Sertularia, prop. Sert. æbictina, Gm.
II. P. CELLULOSI. Cellularia 1. Crisis Sert. eburnia, Gm.
2. Acamarchis Sert. neritina, Gm.
3. Loricula Sert. loricata, Ellis.
4. Eucratia Sert. chelata, Gm.
5. Electra Flustra verticillata, Gm.
6. Salicornaria Cellularia salicornia, Ellis.
Flustra T. feliacea, Gm.
Cellepora Cel. hyalina, Gm.
Tubulipora Millepora tubulosa, Gm.
Corallina 1. Corallina, prop. Cor. officinalis, Ellis.
2. Amphiroe Cor. rigens, Ellis.
3. Jania Cor. rubens, Id.
4. Cymopholia Cor. barbata, Gm.
5. Penicillus Cor. penicillus, Ellis.
6. Halymede Cor. tuna, Id.
7. Flabellaria Cor. conglutina, Id.
8. Galaxaura Cor. obtusata, Id.
9. Liagora Cor. marginata, Id.
10. Anadiomene An. flabellata, Lamour.
11. Acetabulum Tubularia, acetabulum, Gm.
12. Polyphysa Pol. aspergillum, Lamour
Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. P. CORTICATI. I. Coratophyts. Antipathes Ant spiralis, Ellis.
Gorgonia 1. Plexaurus Gorg. crassa, Gm.
2. Eunicea Goig. antipathes, Seb.
3. Muricea Mur. spirifera, Lam.
4. Primnoa Gorg. reseda, Gm.

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CLASS IV.—POLYPI.

ORDER III.—POLYPIFERI (continued).

Family. Tribe. Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
III. CORTICATI (continued). II. LITHOPHYTA. Isis 1. Coralium Isis nobilis, L.
2. Melite, Lam. Isis ocracea, Espern.
3. Isis, prop., Lam. Isis hippuris, L.
4. Mopses Isis dichotoma, Seb.
Madrepora 1. Fungia, Lam. Mad. fungites, L.
2. Turbinolia, Id. Mad. turbinata, L.
3. Cyclolithes, Id. Mad. porpita, L.
4. Caryophyllia, Id. Mad. cyathus, Ellis.
5. Oculina, Id. Mad. Virginea, L.
6. Pocillopera, Id. Mad. domicornis, Esper.
7. Serialopora, Id. Mad. seriata, Pall.
8. Astrea Mad. radista, Ell
9. Explanaria Mad. emerascens, Ell.
10. Porites Mad. porites, Ellis.
11. Meandrina
12. Puvaris Mad. agaricites.
13. Hydrophora Mad. exesa, Ellis.
14. Agaricins Mad. cucullata, Ellis.
15. Sarcinula, Lam. Mad. organum, L.
16. Stylina.
III. NANTIA. Millepora 1. Distichopora Mill. violacea, Pall.
2. Millepora, prop.
Lam.
Mill. alcicorius, Pall.
3. Nullipora Mil informis, L.
4. Eschara, Lam. Mill. foliacea, Ellis.
5. Retepora, Id. Mill. cellulosa, Ell.
6. Adeona Lamouroux. Ad. grisea, Lamour.
Pennatula 1. Pennatula, prop.,
Cuv.
Pen. rubra, Gm.
2. Virgularia, Lam. Pen. mirabilis, Müll.
3. Scirpearea, Cuv. Pen. mirabilis, Lin.
4. Pavonaria, Cuv. Pen. antennina, Bohatach
5. Renilla, Lam. Pen. reniformis, L.
6. Veretillum, Cuv. Pen. cynomorium, Pall.
7. Ombelluraria, Cuv. Pen. encrlnus, Ellis.
Ovulites Fossil genera.
Lunulites
Orbulites
Dactylopora
IV. ALCYONIA. Alcyonium Alcy. digitatum, Ell.
Thethya, Lam.
Spongia Sp. officinalis, L.

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CLASS V.—INFUSORIA.

Microscopic animals, in general of extreme simplicity of organization. Some of the genera, however, appear to be more complicated, though the details of their organization escape the deepest powers of the microscope.

The class is divided into two orders.

Class. Order.
INFUSORIA 1. Rotifera.
2. Honiogenea.

ORDER I.—ROTIFERA.

Body oval and gelatinous; a mouth, stomach, intestines, and arms have been observed. The mouth or head is surrounded by denticulated lobes, which vibrate with great rapidity, and present the appearance under the glass of a revolving wheel.

Genus. Subgenus. Example of Species.
Furcularia 1. Furcularia, prop. F.
2. Trichocerca, Lam. Tri. paxilium, Müll.
3. Vaginicola, Lam. Tri. innata, Müll.
Tubicolaria, Lam. Vorticella tetrapetals.
Brachionus, Müll.

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ORDER II.—HOMOGENEA.

Body gelatinous, but without appearance of stomach, intestines, anus, and sometimes of mouth.

Genus.

Urceolaria, Lam.

Trichoda

Leucophra

Kerona

Himantopus

Cercaria

Vibrio

Enchelis

Cyclidium

Paramecium

Kolpoda

Gonium

Bursaria

Proteus

Monas

Volvox.

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INDEX

TO THE

ANIMAL KINGDOM.

MAMMALIA.

AEDOMINALES, vol. i. page lxvi.

Acanthion, v. 262

Daubentonii, v. 262

javanicum, v. 262

Accipitres, i. lxii.

Acheus, v. 274

Acouchi, iii. 94

Acrobata pygmæa, v. 200

Acronotus, v. 361

Acronotine group, iv. 346

Acuti, v. 271

Addax, iv. 193; v. 328

Adimain, iv. 325

Adive, l', ii. 44; v. 146. 149

Ægagre, iv. 23

Ægagrus, iv. 303; v. 357

Aëllo, v. 83

Cuvieri, v. 83

Agouara, v. 114

Gouazou, ii. 42; v. 145

Agouarachy, v. 148

Agouti, v. 271

common, iii. 94

à crête, v. 272

des Patagons, iii. 243

Agoutis, iii. 94. 241

Ahu, iv. 122; v. 313. 332

Aï, iii. 253. 271; v. 274

ash-coloured, v. 275

collared, v. 274

spotless, v. 274

yellow-faced, v. 274

Aigocerine group, iv. 175

Aigocerus, v. 324

Aigrette, v. 18

Akko, v. 357

Akoin, v. 336

Akouchy, v. 272

Alactaga, iii. 77. 143

Alb, the great, v. 321

Alce, v. 303

Alcine group, iv. 72

Alco, v. 140

Algazel, iv. 191; v. 327

Alliaire, l', v. 210

Allocamelus, v. 299

Alouatta, i. 349; v. 26

Beelzebut, i. 351

common, i. 222

howling, i. 351

Alouattas, i. 221

Amblotis, ii. 78; v. 206

Amphibia, i. lviii. lxiv. lxxvii.; v. 175

Anabula, v. 321

Anarnack of Gröenland, iv. 464

Andira, ii. 125

guaçu, ii. 9. 125; v. 71

Angingayer, v. 132

Angouan, 1', v. 46

Angouya y bigoni, v. 218

Animal Anonyme, v. 152

body, active forces of the, i. 29

body, function and organs of the, i. 39

body, organic elements of the, i. 28

Cuv. Index.

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Animal kingdom, general distribution of the, i. 60

kingdom, method of the, i. 58

moschiferum, v. 301

Animals, amphibious, i. lviii.; ii. 55

first class of vertebrated, i. 72

intellectual function of, i. 49

pouched, ii. 61

vertebrated, i. 65

vertebrated into four classes, i. 69

Anisonys, v. 245.

brachyura, v. 245

rufa, v. 245

Anoa, iv. 293; v. 355

compressicornis, v. 355

depressicornis, iv. 293; v. 355

Anoema, iii. 93. 234

Anoine group, iv. 292

Anoplotherium, iii. 334

Anseres, i. lxii.

Anta, iii. 431; v. 294

Ant-eater, aculeated, iii. 313; v. 284

bear, v. 280

Cape, iii. 296; v. 279

great, v. 280

great American, iii. 299

little, iii. 306; v. 281

little bear, v. 280

maned, v. 280

porcupine, v. 284

two toed, iii. 261; v. 281

Ant-eaters, iii. 259

scaly, iii. 261

spiny, iii. 263

Antelope, awl-horned, iv. 253; v. 342

Barbary, iv. 212; v. 332

blue, iv. 20. 176; v. 324

broad-eared, iv. 260; v. 344

broad-hoofed, iv. 204; v. 330

Burchell's, iv. 262; v. 345

bush, iv. 258; v. 344

common, iv. 231; v. 336

cream-coloured, iv. 240; v. 338

des Buissons, v. 344

des Indes, v. 337

dodger, iv. 265; v. 347

Duvaucel's, v. 352

equine, iv. 20. 177

four-horned iv. 256; v. 343

four-tufted, iv. 261; v. 346

Gambian, iv. 221; v. 334

great-horned, iv. 179

harnessed, iv. 274; v. 351

king, v. 349

long-horned, v. 325

Maxwell's, iv. 267; v. 347

nez taché, v. 330

niou, v. 368

of Honduras, v. 318

Antelope, of India, iv. 18

Ovine, iv. 289; v. 354

palmated, iv. 172; v. 323

Persian, iv. 210; v. 331

pourprée, v. 330

prong-horned, iv. 170; v. 323

red-necked, iv. 205

libbed, iv. 275; v. 351

roan, iv. 177; 324

Salt's, iv. 271; v. 350

sharp-horned, iv. 252; v. 342

slate-coloured, iv. 268; v. 348

springer, iv. 208; v. 331

striped, v. 366

swift, iv. 206; v. 320

white-faced, iv. 202; v. 329

white-footed, iv. 363; v. 367

wool-bearing, iv. 286; v. 354

Antelopes, iv. 15

Antelopine group, iv. 218

Antes, v. 294

Antholops, v. 327

Antilocapra, iv. 167

Americana, v. 323

Antilope, iv. 15. 162; v. 322. 334

acuticornis, iv. 252; v. 342

addax, iv. 193; v. 328

adenota, iv. 223; v. 335

algasel, v. 328

Americana, v. 354

arundinacea, v. 338

arundinium, v. 338

aurita, v. 325

barbata, iv. 180; v. 325

besoartria, v. 328

besoastica, v. 327

bezoastica, iv. 191

bubalis, iv. 18

Burchellii, iv. 162; v. 345

caama, iv. 18

capreolus, v. 339

cervicapra, iv. 18. 231; v. 336

chickara, iv. 254; v. 343

cœrulea, iv. 268; v. 348

colus, iv. 226; v. 335

cora, iv. 216; v. 333

corinna, iv. 16. 214; v. 333

dama, iv. 20. 206; v. 330. 341

diotragus, v. 342

dorcas, iv. 16. 212; v. 330. 332

dorsata, v. 331

Duvaucelii, iv. 279; v. 352

eleotragus, iv. 237; v. 328. 337

equina, iv. 20. 177; v. 324

euchore, iv. 17. 208; v.331

forfex, iv. 221; v. 334

fulvo rufula, iv. 239; v. 338

furcifer, iv. 170; v. 323

gnu, iv. 22; v. 368

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Antilope, goral, iv. 279; v. 352

grandicornis, iv. 179; v. 325

grimmia, iv. 266; v. 347

grisea, iv. 250; v 341

guttuross, iv. 17. 229; v. 336

Ibex, v. 341

interscapularis, v. 352

isabellina, iv. 240; v. 338

kemas, iv. 196; v. 328

kevella, iv. 16.213; v. 332

koba, v. 363

Lalandiana, v. 338

lanata, v. 339

lanigera, iv. 286; v. 354

leucophæa, iv. 20. 176; v. 324

leucoryx, iv. 188; v. 326

madoka, iv. 271; v. 350

marsupialis, v. 331

Maxwellii, iv. 267; v. 347

Masama, iv. 289; v. 354

melampua, iv. 219; v. 334

melanotis, iv. 250; v. 341

mergens, iv. 264; v. 346

mytilopes, iv. 204; v. 330

naso maculata, v. 330

oreas, iv. 21; v. 365

oreotragus, iv. 245; v. 340

oryx, iv. 19. 186; v. 325, 326

ozanne, v. 325

palida, iv. 251; v. 342

pallah, v. 334

palmata, iv. 172; v. 323

perpusilla, iv. 269; v. 348

phalerata, iv. 275; v. 351

philamtomba, v. 349

picta, iv. 21: v. 367

platous, iv. 260; v. 344

ptoox, iv. 265; v. 347

pygarga, iv. 202; v. 329. 331

pygmea, iv. 270; v. 303. 349

quadricornis, iv. 256; v. 343

quadriscopa, iv. 261; v. 345

redunca, iv. 238; v. 338

reversa, v. 338

rufescens, iv. 249; v. 341

ruficollis, iv. 205; v. 331

rupestris, iv. 248; v. 340

rupicapra, iv. 22. 281; v. 353

saiga, iv. 17; v. 336

Saltatrix, v. 340

Saltiana, iv. 271

acoparia, iv. 244; v. 339

scripta, iv. 274; v. 351

Senegalensis, v. 363

silvicultrix, iv. 258; v. 344

strepsiceros, Iv. 21; v. 366

subgutturosa, iv. 210; v. 331

subulata, iv. 253; v. 342

Sumatrensis, iv. 277; v. 352

Antilope, suturosa, iv. 363

sylvatica, iv. 272; v. 350

tao, iv. 189; v. 327

taurina, v. 369

temmamazama, iv. 291; v. 354

torticornis, v. 366

tragulus rupestris, v. 341

villosa, iv. 241; v. 339

Ansing Ager, v. 132

Aotus, v. 35

trivirgatus, v. 35

Apara, v. 275

Ape, Alpinus, v. 19

Barbary, i. 215. 280; v. 19

dog-faced, v. 21

great, v. 5

long-armed, v. 6

pygmy, v. 19

satyr, i. 350

tufted-tailed, v. 30

Aper Æthiopicus, v. 289

Apes, i. 207. 333. 349, 350

Aperea, v. 271

Brasiliensibus, v. 270

wild, iii. 234

Aplocerine group, iv. 285

Aplocerus, v. 354

Apodes, i. lxvi.

Arabata, v. 27

Araguato, v. 27

Arctocephale, v. 182

Arctomys, iii. 80. 166; v. 243

Africana, v. 242

Alpina, v. 247

bobac, V. 244

brachyura, v. 245

citillus, v. 246

empetra, iii. 170; v. 245

Franklinii, v. 246

Hoodii, iii. 171

latrans, v. 248

Ludoviciana, v. 247

marmotta, v. 244

Missouriensis, v. 248

monax, v. 244

Parryii, v. 247

Ricbardsonii, v. 246

rufa, v. 245

tridecimlineata, v. 247

Woodii, v. 247

Arctopithecus, i. 225

Argali, American, iv. 318; v. 359

Asiatic, iv. 316; v. 359

bearded, iv. 319; v. 359

of Siberia, iv. 25

Armadillo, iii. 255

Africanus, v. 277

Brasiliensis, v. 276

eight-banded, v. 276

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Armadillo, eighteen-banded, v. 278

giant, iii. 258. 294; v. 277

greatest, v. 277

Guyanensis, v. 276

hairy, iii. 292; v. 278

Indicus, v. 276

Mexicanus, v. 276

mule, iii. 294; v. 276

nine-banded, iii. 257; v. 276

Orientalis, v. 276

pig-headed, v. 276

seven-banded, v. 276

six-banded, iii. 257; v. 278

three-banded, iii. 256. 294; v. 275

twelve-banded, iii. 257; v. 277

weasel-headed, v. 278

Arnad, v. 372

Arnee, iv. 388; v. 372

Artak, v. 359

Artibeus, v. 84

Jamaicensis, v. 84

Arvicola, ii. 66. 109; v. 209

albicaudatus, v. 212

alliarius, v. 210

amphibia, v. 209

amphibia maculata, v. 209

amphibia nigra, v. 209

amphibia paludosa, v. 209

argentoretensis, v. 212

arvalis, v. 209

Astracan, v. 214

Astrachanensis, v. 214

Egyptian, v. 212

Floridanus, v. 214

fulvus, v. 212

gregalis, v. 211

hortensis, v. 213

musk, v. 208

Niloticus, v. 212

œconomus, v. 210

palustris, v. 213

Pennsylvanica, v. 214

pumilio, v. 211

riparius, v. 213

rutilus, v. 210

saxatilis, v. 210

socialis, v. 211

Strasbourg, v. 212

xanthognata, v. 213

yellow, v. 212

yellow-cheeked, v. 213

Ascagne, i. 213; v. 13

Ashaary, v. 298

Ashkokoo, iii. 431; v. 293

Asinus quagga, v. 295

Aspalax, v. 107. 241

Ass, iii. 343. 461; v. 295

common, v. 295

Assapan, v. 259

Atalapha, v. 98

Atele coaita de Cayenne, v. 24

Ateles, i. 222; v. 24

arachnoides, i. 223; v. 25

belzebeth, v. 24

hypoxanthus, v. 25

marginatus, i. 223; v. 25

melanochir, v. 25

niger, v. 24

paniscus, v. 24

pentadactylus, i. 222; v. 25

subpentadactylus, v. 25

Atok, v. 128

Attaraoak, v. 177

Attenk, v. 305

Atys, v. 16

Auchenia, iv. 5. 50; v. 298

araucana, v. 300

glama, v. 299

Huanaca, v. 299

Huemel, v. 300

paco, v. 299

vicugna, v. 300

Aurochs, iv. 29; v. 373

Aurox, true, v. 376

Aves, i. lviii. lxii.

Axine group, iv. 116

Axis, iv. 12; v. 312

brown porcine, iv. 119; v. 312

dwarf, iv. 120; v. 313

great, v. 310

spotted, iv. 117

Aye Aye, iii. 86. 196; v. 51.

BABI ALU, iii. 434

Babiroussa, iii. 332

Baboon, i. 349. 351; v. 21. 23

black, v. 26

brown, i. 290; v. 18

cinereous, v. 22

common, i. 218

dog-faced, i. 218; v. 21

dog-tailed, v. 14

great, v. 21

grey, v. 21

Guinea, v. 20

lion-tailed, v. 16

little, v. 20

long-legged, i. 289

Mandrill, i. 219. 289

of the woods, i. 219

Pennant's, v. 23

pig-faced, v. 20

pig-tailed, i. 288; v. 18

ribbed-nose, v. 22

thumbless, v. 23

variegated, v. 21

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Baboon, wood, v. 22

yellow, v. 22

Baboons, i. 214

Suppl. on the, i. 278

Babouin, v. 20

à museau de chien, v. 21

à longues jambes, v. 19

Babyroussa, iii. 408; v. 288

Badger, ii. 269; v. 116

American, v. 116

Bougainville's pouched, v. 195

Cape, v. 292

common, v. 116

dog, y. 274

fat-pouched, v. 195

hog, ii. 274

Indian, v. 118

long-nosed pouched, v. 195

of Europe, ii. 31

rock, iii. 429

Badgers, ii. 30

Balaena, iv. 440; v. 389

boops, iv. 443; v. 391

cœrulescens, v. 391

gibbar, v. 390

gibbosa, iv. 498; v. 390

gibbosa, var., v. 390

glacialis, iv. 442; v. 390

Islandica, v. 390

Japonica, v. 390

lunulata, v. 390

maculata, v. 391

mœra, v. 390

major, v. 389

musculus, v. 391

mysticetus, iv. 441. 491; v. 389

nigra, v. 391

nodosa, iv. 498; v. 390

physalis, iv. 443; v. 391

punctata, v. 391

rottrata, iv. 478; v. 391

tripenni ventre lævi, v. 391

vulgaris Groenlandica, v. 389

Balænæ, iv. 471

Balænoptera, v. 390

Balantia, ii. 70

orientalis, v. 196

Baleine à bosses, v. 390

à museau pointu, v. 391

a six bosses, v. 390

bossue, v. 390

franche, v. 389

gibbar, v. 391

nord Caper, v. 390

noueuse, v. 390

tampon, v. 390

Baleinoptera gibbar, v. 391

with a smooth belly, iv. 443

Baleinoptera with a wrinkled belly, iv. 443

Baleinoptere Jubarte, v. 391

Bangsring, ii 212; v. 52. 106

Barbaresque, iii. 83

Barbastel, v. 97

Barbastelle, ii. 14. 147

Barbet, ii. 41; v. 138

little, v. 138

grand, v. 138

Barensing'ha, v. 310

Baresque, v. 253

Basset à jambes droites, v. 139

Bat, Anglicé leaf-nosed, ii. 10

bearded, ii. 12. 137

big-eared, v. 98

black-backed, v. 98

black-faced, v. 98

black-shouldered, v. 98

Blainville's mormoops, v. 74

blue-winged, v. 98

Bourbon, ii. 154

Brazil vespertilio, v. 91

broad-tailed molossus, v. 62

Brookes's celœno, v. 83

brown, ii. 126

brown-belly, v. 61

brown-striped, ii. 126

bull-dog, v. 60

chestnut, v. 62

chestnut-coloured molossus, v. 61

cinnamon, v. 62

common, ii. 142

common javelin, ii. 127

cordated, of Pennant, v. 74

Cuvier's Aëllo, v. 83

dark, v. 61

Daubenton's myopteris, v. 83

diadem rhinoloph, v. 77

dilated nyctinome, v. 65

dog, ii. 110

dog, of Java, v. 56

eighth, of Azara, v. 62

eleventh, of Azara, v. 96

flat-nosed phyllostome, v. 69

foliaceous megaderme, v. 75

fourth, of Azara, v. 71

great, v. 89

great-eared, ii. 14. 152

great horse-shoe, ii. 11

javelin, ii. 126

great, of Madagascar, v. 55

great serotine, v. 91

great-tailed molossus, v. 62

guyane molossus, v. 62

hairy, ii. 155

Hardwicke's, v. 92

hare-lipped, ii. 139

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Bat, heart-nosed, ii. 128

horse-shoe rhinolophus, v. 76

indented javelin, ii. 10

indented phyllostome, v. 68

Jamaica, v. 73

Jamaica artibeus, v. 84

javelin, ii. 9; v. 69

knobbed-tail glossophag. v. 73

lasiopter, ii. 155

leaf, of Pennant, v. 72

leaser horse-shoe, ii. 11; v. 76

lesser ternate, v. 75

Lewis's medateus, v. 74

Lily-leafed phyllostome, v. 71

long-eared, v. 96

long-leafed phyllostome, v. 68

lyre-leafed megaderme, v. 75

Madagascar, ii. 107

Monk, v. 98

netted, v. 98

New York, ii. 155

ninth, of Azara, v. 61

noctule, v. 89

nycteris, of Java, v. 80

nyctophilus, of Geoffroy, v. 86

obscure, ii. 128

of Carolina, ii. 143

ordinary, ii. 13

perforated taphozous, v. 82

Peruvian, v. 67

Peruvian, var. β. v. 67

pit-nosed, v. 77

pit-nosed rhinoloph, v. 77

Porto Rico, v. 97

pouch, v. 82

proboscis bull-dog, v. 63

pygmy vespertilio, v. 91

red bull-dog, v. 68

reddish, v. 67

reddish-brown, ii. 126

Redman's monophyllus, v. 85

rhinopome, of Carolina, v. 81

rough-haired nycteris, v. 79

rough-tailed, ii. 154; v. 90

round-leaved phyllostome, v. 70

scotophilus, of Kuhl. v. 84

second, of Azara, v. 70

Senegal, ii. 154; v. 90

serotine, v. 88.

seventh, of Azara, v. 96

short-eared English, v. 88

sixth, of Azara, v. 62

slender-tailed, v. 82

sloped-eared, ii. 153

small-leaved rhinopome, v. 80

smoky bull-dog, v. 63

sparred, v. 98

spear-leafed phyllostome, v. 69

spear-nosed, ii. 9

Bat, spectacle, ii. 127; 69

spectre, v. 71

striped, ii. 128; v. 90

streaked phyllostome, v. 70

tailed glossophag, v. 73

tailless diphylla, v. 85

tailless glossophag, v. 73

taphozous, of Mauritius, v. 82

taphozous, of Senegal, v. 81

Temminck's vespertilio, v. 92

tenth, of Azara, v. 62

Ternate, ii. 108

third, of Azara, v. 70

tiled, v. 93

Timor, ii. 154; v. 98

trident rhinoloph, v. 77

twelfth, of Azara, v. 96

ursine bull-dog, v. 63

vampyre, v. 71

veiled-eared, v. 98

vespertilio of Isid. St Hiliere, v. 91

white-bellied bull-dog, v. 68

Bathyergus, iii. 79. 164; v. 241

Capensis, v. 242

Maritimus, v. 242

Cape, v. 242

coast, v. 242

Bats, ii. 3; v. 54

common, ii. 13

Bear, Arctic, v. 112

ash-coloured sea, v. 183

black, v. 112

black, of America, ii. 27. 224; v. 112

black, of Europe, ii. 27. 222; v. 111

brown, v. 111

brown, of Europe, ii. 26. 217

brown, of the Alps, ii. 217

brown, of Norway, ii. 217

cinnamon, ii. 229; v. 112

common, v. 111

common European, v. 111

common sea, v. 182

crowned sea, v. 182

European black, v. 111

gray, v. 113

grisly, ii. 229; v. 112

honey, ii. 269

Hudson's Bay, of Brisson, v. 117

long-lipped, v. 113

Malay, v. 113

New Holland, v. 197

Peron's sea, v. 182

polar, ii. 232; v. 112

sea, ii. 59. 509

Thibet, v. 113

thick-lipped, ii. 239

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Bear, yellow, v. 112

yellow, of Carolina, ii. 228

yellowish sea, v. 183

white, ii. 28

Bears, ii. 26

Beast, great-toothed, ii. 60

Beaver, iii. 101; v. 207

Canadian, iii. 105

musk, v. 209

of France, v. 208

white, v. 208

Beejoo, ii. 280

Beest, bastard wilde, v. 369

wilde, v. 368

Beings, of living, i. 11

organized into animals and vegetables, i. 24

Belette, v. 121

des niges, v. 121

Belluo, i. lx. lxxvii.

Beluga, iv. 437. 457; v. 385

Belzebuth, Le, v. 24

Benawi, v. 146

Bentourong, v. 160

Berg-haas, iii. 165

Bhain, v. 372

Biche de Barallon, v. 318

des Bois, v. 318

Bievre, le, v. 208

Bimana, i. lxxvii. 82; v. 3

Binturong, ii. 417

Birds, i. lxii.

Bison, iv. 29. 398; v. 373

American, iv. 401; v. 374

broad-headed fossil, iv. 410

of America, iv. 29

Bisontine group, iv. 395

Bisulca, i. lxxix.

Blaireau, v. 116

du Cap, v. 123

puant, v. 118

Blanc nex, Le, v. 13

Blauwbockje, v. 348

Bleekbock, iv. 251; v. 342

Boar, African, v. 289

Æthiopian, v. 289

masked, iii. 407; v. 288

Bobac, iii. 81. 169; v. 244

Bobak, v. 244

Bock,

blauw, v. 324

bless, v. 330

bos, v. 351

bosch, v. 350, 351

ceinse, v. 326

duiker, iv. 264, 265; v. 346

gemse, v. 353

grys, v. 341

kleene, v. 348

Bock, prouk, v. 331

riet, v. 337

riet rhee, v. 339

spring, v. 331

steen, v. 340

stein, v. 356

vlackte steen, v. 341

Boeuf de haut cru, iv. 424

de nature, iv. 424

musque, v. 370

Boggo, i. 219; v. 21

Bokkol, iii. 187; v. 256

Bondar, v. 155

Bonnet-chinois, v. 17

Bos, iv. 28. 376; v. 370

Americanus, iv. 29. 401; v. 374

arnee, v. 372

arni, iv. 388

bison, iv. 29. 398; v. 373

bombifrons, iv. 410

bubalis, iv. 31. 392; v. 372

caffer, iv. 31. 384; v. 371

gaurus, iv. 399; v. 373

gavæus, iv. 406; v. 375

grunniens, iv. 30; v. 375

latifrons, iv. 410

moschatus, iv. 31; v. 370

pegasus, iv. 386; v. 371

poëphagus, iv. 404; v. 374

scoticus, v. 376

sylhetanus, v. 375

taurus, iv. 28. 418; v. 376

urus, iv. 29. 414; v. 376

urus scoticus, iv. 417

Boschbock, iv. 272; v. 350

Boselaphine group, iv. 354

Boselaphus, v. 364

Bouquetin, iv. 24; v. 356

de Nepal, v. 353

Bovidæ, v. 367

Bradypoda, i. lxxv.

Bradypus, iii. 252. 266; v. 274

didactylus, iii. 254. 275; v. 275

torquatus, iii. 277

tridactylus, iii. 258. 271; v. 274

ursinus, iii. 254; v. 113

with a collar, iii. 277

Branchiostegi, i. lxvi.

Braque, v. 139

de Bengal, v. 139

Brocket, apara, iv. 141; v. 318

bira, iv. 142; v. 319

pita, iv. 140; v. 318

Brourong, ii. 239

Bruno, ii. 71; v. 197

Bruta, i. lx.

Bubale, v. 362

Bubaline group, iv. 378

Bubalis, iv. 18. 347; v. 362

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Bubalis of the ancients, iv. 18

Bubalus, v. 371

Bucher Abiad, El, v. 328

Buffalo, iv. 29; v. 374

Cape, iv. 30. 384; v. 371

domestic, iv. 392; v. 372

with horse's-tail, iv. 30

Buffle, v. 372

Buflus, v. 372

Buga, v. 308

Bukrus, v. 327

Bulan, v. 304

Bull, wild, v. 376

Busan, v. 372

Butskopf, iv. 459; v. 384

Buwol, v. 372

CAAMA, iv. 18. 348; v. 362

Cabasson, iii. 257

deuxiàme, iii. 258

Cabaya, v. 271

Cabiai, iii. 93; v. 270

Cabiais, iii. 93

Cabree, v. 323

Cacajao, i. 318; v. 37

Cachalot, d'Anderson, v. 384

grand, v. 388

macrocephale, v. 388

microps, v. 388

svinewal, iv. 469

trumpo, iv. 468

cylindrical, iv. 469

furrowed, v. 389

great-headed, v. 388

small-eyed, v. 388

Cachalots, iv. 439. 464

Cachicame, iii. 257; v. 276

Cœlogenus, iii. 95. 247; v. 273

fulous, v. 273

subniger, v. 273

Cagui minor, v. 38

Caimiri, v. 33

Calf, sea, v. 176

Callithrix, i. 339. 348; v. 33

amictus, v. 33

capucinus, v. 32

incanescens, v. 34

infulatus, v. 34

lugens, v. 33

melanochir, v. 31

moloch, v. 34

personata, v. 33

sciureus, v. 33

torquatus, v. 34

Callitriche, v. 14

jeune, v. 14

Callitrix, i. 212. 263

collared, v. 34

Calocephale, v. 176

Calocephale discolor, v. 177

Cambing, Ootan, iv. 277; v. 352

Cambtan, v. 352

Camel, Arabian, iv. 49; v. 298

bactrian, iv. 48; v. 297

with one bunch, iv. 5

with two bunches, iv. 5

Camelidæ, v. 297

Camelopardalis, iv. 14; v. 321

giraffe, iv. 15. 150; v. 321

Camels, iv. 3. 37

Camelus, iv. 3. 37; v. 297

Arabia, v. 298

araucanus, v. 300

Bactriæ, v. 298

Bactrianus, iv. 5. 48; v. 297

Dromedarius, iv. 5. 49; v. 298

glama, v. 299

huanaco, v. 299

huanacus, iv. 55; v. 299

Indicus, v. 321

laniger, v. 300

Llama, iv. 6. 53

paco, iv. 157; v. 299

vicugna, iv. 6. 58; v. 300

Campagnol, iii. 68. v.

doré, v. 211

economic, iii. 112

Florida, v. 214

garden, v. 213

marsh, v. 213

meadow, iii. 68

of Pennsylvania, v. 214

roux, v. 211

volant, v. 80

Campagnols, iii. 66. 109

Campagnon, v. 211

Caniche, v. 138

Canis, ii. 39. 317; v. 133

Ægyptiacus, v. 150

alopex, ii. 43. 364; v. 147

Anglicus, ii. 339

antarcticus, v. 145

anthus, ii. 339; v. 147

aquaticus, ii. 334

aquaticus, aviarius, v. 138

argentatus, ii. 368; v. 148

aureus, ii. 42; v. 145

avicularius, ii. 335

barbaras, v. 146

brevipilis, ii. 333

cancrivorus, v. 145

cerdo, ii. 45; v. 152

cinereo argentatus, ii. 44. 365; v. 148

corsac, ii. 44; v. 149

crocuta, ii. 49; v. 162

crucigera, v. 147

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Canis culpæna, v. 145

decussatus, ii. 370; v. 149

domesticus, ii. 330

extrarius, ii. 332

familiaris, ii. 40; v. 133

Ægyptius, v. 143

Americanus, v. 140

Andalusiæ, v. 143

Anglicus, v. 141

aquaticus, v, 138

Australasiæ, v. 134

avicularius, v. 139

Bengalensis, v. 139

Borealis, v. 140

Britannicus, v. 142

Danicus, v. 135

domesticus, v. 139

extrarius, v. 136

fricator, v. 142

Gallicus, v. 138

Grajus, v. 135

hybridus, v. 142

Islandicus, v. 142

laniarius, v. 134

leoninus, v. 137

minor, v. 138

Moloasus, v. 141

Pomeranus, v. 140

Sibiricus, v. 140

Sumatrensis, v. 134

variegatus, v. 142

vertagus, v. 139

fulvus, v. 150

Graius, ii. 328

hyæna, ii. 49; v. 161

hysnomelas, v. 161

jubatus, v. 144

karagan, v. 149

lagopus, ii. 44. 370; v. 148

laniarius, ii. 326

leoninus, ii. 334

lupus, ii. 41; v. 144

Lycaon, ii. 42; v. 144

Lycaon, var. v. 148

Americana, v. 144

megalotis, ii. 372; v. 152

mesomelas, ii. 45. 371; v. 146

Mexicanus, ii. 42; v. 145

Molossus, ii. 336

Niloticus, ii. 365; v. 130

pantherinus, v. 139

pictus, v. 151

pomeranus, ii. 331

sagax, ii. 334

Sibiricus, ii. 331

thous, v. 145

tricolor, v. 151

velong, v. 150

vertagus, ii. 336

Canis virginianus, v. 150

volans maxima aurito, v. 71

vulpes, ii. 43; v. 147

zerda, v. 152

Canna, iv. 21. 337; v. 365

Capistrate, iii. 178; v. 253

Capiygoua, iii. 93

Capparo, v. 26

Capra, iv. 23. 294; v. 355

agagrus, iv. 23. 303; v. 357

Ammon, v. 359

Caucasica, iv. 25. 302; 357

depressa, iv. 310

hircus, iv. 24. 305; v. 357

Ibex, iv. 24. 300; v. 356

Jaela, iv. 301; 355

Jemlahica, iv. 308; v. 358

merga, v. 346

moschi, v. 301

rupicapra, v. 353

sylvestris Africana, v. 347

Caprea, v. 314

Capreoline group, iv. 121

Capreolus, v. 313

dorcas, v. 314

Capricerva paseng, v. 357

Capridæ v. 322

Caprine group, iv. 155

Capuchin of the Orinoco, i. 316.

Capucin de l'Orinoque, v. 36

Capward, v. 270

Capybara, iii. 93. 232; v. 270

Brasiliensibus, v. 270

Capygona, v. 270

Cara, rayada, v. 35

Caracal, ii. 54. 490; v. 173

à longue queue, v. 173

of Algiers, v. 173

of Bengal, v. 173

of Nubia, v. 173

Caraya, i. 222. 301; v. 28

Carcajou, ii. 274; v. 116

Cariacou, v. 317

Cariblanco, v. 32

Caribou des Bois, iv. 83; v. 305

great, v. 305

Labrador, v. 305

Polar, v. 305

Carigueia, ii, 63. v. 187

Cariquebein, v. 118

Carnassiers, ii. 1. 53

first family of the, ii. 2.

suppl. to the, ii. 79

Carnivora, i. lxxviL; ii. 23; v. 111

Suppl. to the, ii. 217

Carpon, v. 223

Caruiri, v. 38

Castor, iii. 63. 101; v. 207

fiber, iii. 64; v. 207

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Castor moschatus, ii. 185; v. 105

of Canada, iii. 64

zibethicus, iii. 67. v. 208

Cat, Angora, ii. 489; v. 173

Bisaam, ii. 46

black, ii. 486

black-footed, v. 172

brinded, ii. 489

Cape, v. 170

Cape, of Forster, ii. 46; v. 170

chartreuse, ii. 489; v. 172

common, ii. 54. 487

common, wild, v. 172

Diard's Java, v. 171

domestic, ii. 489; v. 172

Javan, ii. 482

liver-coloured, v. 166

mountain, v. 175

nàgre, ii. 486

New Spain, v. 173

Pageros, ii. 486; v. 170

Pampa, ii. 486; v. 170

pendant-eared, ii. 489

pennich, v. 299

Pensa, ii. 489

Persian, ii. 489

red, of Tobolsk, ii. 489

Spanish, v. 172

tiger, ii. 481

tiger, of Collinson, v. 175

tortoiseshell, ii. 487

waved, v. 171

wild, v. 172

Catin, v. 375

Catoblepas, iv. 366; v. 367

Brooksii, iv. 372; v. 369

gnu, iv. 367; v. 368

gorgon, iv. 371; v. 369

taurina, iv. 369; v. 368

Catodon, v. 388

macrocephalus, iv. 468.

Cats, ii. 49

flying, ii. 14

Caudrieu, v. 382

Cavia, iii. 93

acuchi, iii. 94

acuschy, v. 272

aguti, iii. 94; v. 271

aperea, v. 271

capensis, v. 292

capybara, iii. 93; v. 270

cobai Brasiliensibus, v. 271

cobaia, v. 270

cristata, v. 272

Hudsonicus, v. 263

paca, iii. 95

Patachonica, v. 272

subniger, iii. 247

Cavicornian family, iv. 154

Cavy, bristly, v. 293

capybara, v. 270

long-nosed, v. 271

olive, v. 272

Patagonian, iii. 243; v. 272

restless, v. 271

rock, v. 271

variegated, v. 271

Cayopollin, ii. 65; iii. 32; v. 188

Cazoure, v. 280

Cebus, i. 221. 339. 349; v. 28

albifrons, v. 31

albus, v. 29

apella, v. 28

apella, var. v. 30

barbatus, v. 29

capucinus, v. 32

cirrifer, v. 32

fatuellus, v. 31

flavus, v. 30

frontatus, v. 29

fulvus, v. 30

griseus, v. 29

hypoleucus, v. 32

lunatus, v. 31

moloch, v. 34

niger, v. 30

robustus, v. 28

satanus, v. 35

trepidus, v. 30

variegatus, v. 30

xanthosternos, v. 31

Celæno, v. 83

Brooksiana, v. 83

Centenes, ii. 21; v. 109

semispinosus, v. 109

setosus, v. 109

spinosus, v. 109

Cephalophus, v. 344

Cephalopine group, iv. 258

Cephalote, Pallas's, v. 59

Peron's, ii. 6; v. 59

Cephalotes, ii. 112; v. 59

Cercocebus, v. 14

æthiops, v. 16

atys, v. 16

cynocephalus, v. 18

cynomolgos, v. 18

cynosurus, v. 14

fioliginosus, v. 15

griseo viridis, v. 15

pygerythræus, v. 15

radiatus, v. 17

Sabæus, v, 14

Sinicus, v. 17

Cercoleptes, ii. 29; v. 115

Cercopithecus, i. 210. 339. 348; v. 11. 20

Æthiopicus, i. 261

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Cercopithecus, albocinereus, v. 14

auritus, i. 277; v. 11

barbatus, i. 212

cephus, v. 12

Diana, v. 13

entellus, v. 10

fuliginosus, i. 261

griseo viridis, v. 15

larvatus, v. 9

ladbarbatus, i. 277; v. 11

maurus, v. 9

mona, v. 12

nasica, i. 350

nictitans, v. 12

niger, v. 13. 23

petaurista, v. 13

pileatus, v. 12

pygerythrœus, v. 15

ruber, v. 13

Sabæus, v. 14

talapoin, v. 11

Zeylonicus, v. 48

Cercou, iv. 446

Cerf, v. 308

blanc, v. 317

Bois de, trouvés à Etampes, v. 306

cochon, v. 313

couronné, v. 304

d'Abbeville, v. 307

d'Etampes, v. 306

de la Louiasane, v. 315

de Virginie, v. 315

Cerigon, ii. 63

Cervula parvula Africana, v. 349

Cervidæ, v. 300

Cervo camelus, v. 299

Cervus, iv. 66; v. 303

alces, iv. 9. 72; v. 303

Americanus, iv. 104; v. 309

Aristotle's, v. 310

aurens, iv. 148; v. 320

auritus, v. 308

axis, iv. 12. 117; v. 312

bifurcatus, v. 323

campestris, iv. 136; v. 317

Canadensis, iv. 12. 96; v. 308

capreolus, iv. 13. 124; v. 314

clavatus, v. 315

coronatns, iv. 78; v. 304

dama, iv. 10.84; v. 306

elaphus, iv. 11. 90; v. 307

equinus, iv. 112; v. 311

giganteus, iv. 87; v. 306

Grænlandicus, v. 305

guetardi, v. 305

hamatus, iv. 172; v. 323

Hibernus, iv. 87; v. 306

Cervus hippelaphus, iv. 105; v. 309. 311

leucogaster, v. 317

macrotis, iv. 133; v. 316

macrourus, iv. 134; v. 316

major, v. 308

Mariannus, iv. 115; v. 311

Mazath Chichiltic, v. 355

Mexicanus, v. 315

mirabilis, v. 305

moschatus, iv. 149; v. 320

muntjac, iv. 3. 144; v. 319

nemoralis, iv. 137; v. 317

nemorivagus, iv. 142; v. 319

occidentalis, iv. 101; v. 308

palseodama, iv. 89; v. 307

palmatus, v. 305

paludosus, v. 316

Peronii, iv. 114; v. 311

Philippensis, iv. 147; v. 319

porcinus, iv. 119; v. 312

pumilio, iv. 120; v. 313

pygarga, iv. 13. 122; v. 313

ramosicornis, v. 315

rangifer, v. 305

rufas, iv. 140; v. 318

simplicornis, iv. 141; v. 318

somonensis, iv. 89; v. 307

strongyloceros, iv. 12. 96; v. 308

subcorutus, iv. 148; v. 320

tarandus, iv. 9. 79; v. 304

unicolor, iv. 108; v. 310

vaginalis, v. 319

Virginianus, iv. 12. 127; v. 314

Wallichii, iv. 103; v. 309

Cetacea, i. lxxvii.; iv. 429; v. 376

common, iv. 432; v. 380

herbivorous, iv. 430; v. 377

large-headed, v. 387

Suppl. to the, iv. 445

Cete, i. lx.; v. 380

Chacal, ii. 350; v. 145

of Senegal, ii. 354; v. 147

Chackal, Le, v. 146

Chacma, v. 20

Chacuro, v. 38

Chaelopus, iii. 275; v. 275

Chameau, v. 298

du Perou, v. 299

Chameck, i. 222; v. 25

Chamois, iv. 22. 281; v. 353

Cape, iv. 19

Persian, v. 353

Chat bisaam, v. 154

cervier, v. 174

marin, v. 182

pageros, v. 170

pampa, v. 170

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Chat pard, v. 167

sauvage, v. 172

sauvage à bandes noires des Indes, v. 155

sauvage Indien, v. 171

Chati, ii. 480; v. 169

Chauve souris, v. 88

souris, autte, v. 80

souris d'Egypte, v. 81

souris de la Vallée d'Ylo, v. 67

souris etrangàre, v. 90

Cheirogaleus, i. 230; v. 50

large, v. 50

medius, v. 50

minor, v. 50

Cheiromales, v. 66

torquatus, v. 66

collared, v. 66

Cheiromys, iii. 86. 196; v. 51

Daubentonii, v. 51

Madagascariensis, v. 51

Cheironectes, ii. 66; iii. 34; v. 191

Memina, v. 191

Yapock, iii. 35; v. 191

Cheiroptera, i. lxxvi. lxxvii.; ii. 2; v. 53

Suppl. to the, ii. 84

Cheloniscus, v. 276

Chetah, ii. 470; v. 166

Chàvre cossus, iv. 310

lmbrebe, iv. 310

Chevreuil, v. 314

de Tartarie, v. 313.

des Indes, v. 319

Chevrotain à peau marqué, de taches blanches, v. 302

de Guinea, v. 349

de Java, v. 302

Chibi-gouasou, v. 167

Chichiltic, iv. 291; v. 354

Chickara, iv. 254; v. 354

Chien, v. 133

Burgos, v. 139

canard, v. 138

courant, v. 138

crabier, v. 141

d'Alicante, v. 143

d'Artois, v. 143

de Berger, v. 140

de Cayenne, v. 143

d'Islande, v. 142

des Bois de Cayenne, v. 145

des Esquimaux, v. 140

dogue de forte race, v. 141

griffon, v. 138

Islois, v. 143

lillois, v. 143

lion, v. 137

loup, v. 140

Chien quatre vingts, v. 143

roquet, v. 142

turc, v. 143

turc à criniàre, v. 144

volant, v. 55. 57

Chlamyphorus, v. 283

truncatus, v. 283

Chloromys, iii. 94. 241; v. 271

Choak kama, v. 20

Chondropterygii, i. lxvi.

Choras, i. 219; v. 21

Choro, v. 27

Chorock, ii. 291; v. 122

Chrysochlore, ii. 192

Cape, ii. 192; v. 107

of the Cape, ii. 30

Chrysochloris, ii. 20; v. 107

Capensis, v. 107

Chuva, v. 25

Cirquineou, v. 275

Cirquirisa, iii. 257

Citillus, v. 246

Civet, ii. 46. 379; v. 152

de Malacca, ii. 46

Civets, ii. 45

Civetta, v. 153

Civette, v. 153

de Java, petite, v. 155

de Malacca, v. 154

Chadobates ferruginea, v. 52. 160

Coagga, iii. 464

Coaita, i. 223; v. 24

à ventre blanc, v. 25

black, v. 24

black handed, v. 25

fawn-coloured, i. 223

white-bellied, i. 223

with bordered face, i. 223

Coala, v. 205

Coasse, v. 127

Coati, v. 115

brown, ii. 29; v. 115

Mondi, v. 115

red, ii. 29. 253; v. 114

roux, v. 115

Coatis, ii. 29. 253

Cobaya, iii. 234; v. 270

Cobayas, iii. 93

Cochon d'Eau, v. 270

d'Inde, v. 271

de Terre, v. 279

Coëndou, v. 263

à longue queue, v. 264

Coesdoes, v. 366

Cogong, v. 369

Coleoptera, i. lxvii.

Collier, Le, v. 217

Colobus, v. 7.

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Colobus ferruginosus, v. 8

polycomus, v. 7

Temminck's, v. 8

Coiocolo, ii. 479; v. 169

Colour, varieties in, i. 155

Cologo, v. 99

flying, v. 99

Ternate, v. 99

varied, v. 99

Coins, v. 356

of Strabo, iv. 17

Condoma, v. 366

Condylura, ii. 23. 208; v. 110

cristata, v. 110

longicaudata, v. 110

Condylure, long-tailed, v. 110

radiated, v. 110

Conepate, v. 127, 128

Conepatl, v. 127, 128

Coney, v. 266

hedge, v. 266

small Indian, v. 271

Coquallin, v. 253

Coqno, iv. 327

Cora, iv. 216; v. 333

Corine, v. 333

Corinne, iv. 16. 214; v. 333

Corsac, ii. 44; v. 149

Coscoes, v. 196

Cottie, v. 273

Cotting, iv. 340

Couagga, iii. 344; v. 295

Couassou, v. 318

Coudin, v. 382

Coudoma, iv. 21

Coudou, v. 365

Coudons, iv. 21

Couendou, iii. 208; v. 263

Cougoua, v. 163

Cougouar, v. 163

Couguar, ii. 52

Coui, v. 264

Couiy of Asara, v. 263

Couxio, i. 318; v. 35

Cow, Barbary, iv. 18

grunting, iv. 30

mountain, v. 294

sea, ii. 60; iv. 431; v. 378

Coypus, iii. 124; v. 222

Crab-eater, ii. 65

Crabier, v. 187

Cricetus, iii. 75. 134; v. 233

anomalus, v. 236

arenarius, v. 234

bursarius, v. 235

furunculus, v. 235

laniger, v. 235

migratorius, v. 233

Cricetus phaeua, v. 234

songarus, v. 234

vulgaris, v. 233

Croque noix, v. 221

Cuaikare, v. 274

Cuchumbi, ii. 265

Cuendu, iii. 88

Cuetlachtle, v. 145

Cuguaçuarana, ii. 436

Culblanc, v. 359

Culpeu, v. 145

Cuniculus, v. 266

Americanus, v. 271

Bahamensis, v. 244

Brasiliensibus, v. 271

Indicus, v. 271

Norwegicus, v. 215

paca, v. 273

Cuscus Amboinensia, v. 196

Cynocephala, i. 217

Cynocephalus, i. 217. 348. 351; v. 19, 20, 21

Babouin, v. 20

Hamadryas, v. 21

leucophæus, v. 22

mormon, v. 21

papio, v. 20

porcarius, v. 20

Wurmbii, v. 5

Cynopterus marginatus, v. 58

DAIM, V. 306

d'une grande taille, v. 307

Dama, iv. 20; v. 306

fossil of Abbeville, v. 307

fossil of Ireland, v. 306

fossil of Scania, v. 307

vulgaris, v, 306

Damalis, iv. 343; v. 361

bubalis, iv. 347; v. 362

caama, iv. 348; v. 362

canna, iv. 357; v. 365

collared, iv. 350; v. 362

lanata, iv. 352; v. 363

oreas, iv. 355; v. 364

risia, iv. 363; v. 366

Senegalensis, iv. 351; v. 363

strepsiceros, iv. 359; v. 365

suturosa, iv. 351; v. 362

Daman, iii. 337; v. 236. 292

Israel, v. 293

Danois, v. 135

le petit, v. 142

Danta, v. 294. 327

Dasyprocta, iii. 94. 241; v. 271

acuachy, v. 272

acuti, v. 271

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Dasyprocta cristata, v. 272

Patagonica, v. 272

viscacha, v. 272

Dasypus, iii. 255. 283; v. 266. 275

apar, v. 275

dasycerus, v. 277

duodedmcinctus, v. 277

fiavipes, v. 278

giganteus, v. 277

gigas, iii. 258; v. 277

hybridus, v. 276

maximus, v. 277

minutus, v. 279

novemcinctus, iii. 257; v. 276

octocinctus, iii. 259; v. 276

octodecimdnctus, iii. 257; v. 278

peba, v. 276

quadricinctus, v. 276

septemcinctus, iii. 257; v. 276

serratus, v. 276

sexdnctus, iii. 257; v. 278

tatouay, v. 277

trachyurus, v. 276

tridnctus, iii. 256; v. 276

unidnctus, iii. 257; v. 277

villosus, v. 278

Dasyuri, ii. 66

Dasyure de White, v. 193

dwarf, v. 194

gutte, v. 193

nain, v. 194

of Maugé, v. 193

tacheté, v. 193

Dasyurus, ii. 66; iii. 36; v. 192

brush-tailed, ii. 68

cynocephalus, v. 195

dog-faced, iii. 36; v. 192

dog-headed, ii. 67

dwarf, ii. 68

long-tailed, ii. 67

macrourus, ii. 67; v. 193

Maugei, v. 193

minimus, v. 194

of Maugé, ii. 68

of White, ii. 68

pendlled, ii. 68

penicillatus, v. 194

rough, ii. 67

spotted, v. 193

tafa, v. 194

ursine, iii. 37; v. 192

ursinus, v. 192

viverrine, v. 193

sebrine, iii. 36

Dauphin à bec mince, v. 383

beluga, v. 386

butskopf, v. 386

Dauphin de Commerson, v. 385

de Geoffroy, v. 383

de Peron, v. 384

epaulard, v. 384

épée, de Mer, v. 384

gris, v. 385

leucoramphe, v. 384

marsouin, v. 383

Dauw, iii. 468; v. 296

Deab, v. 146

Deba, v. 321

Dedes, v. 153

Deer, iv. 66

black-tailed, v. 316

Cariacou, iv. 137; v. 317

common hog, v. 312

fallow, iv. 10. 84; v. 306. 315

fossil fallow, of Abbeville, iv. 89

fossil rein, iv. 84; v. 305

fossil Scanian fallow, iv. 89

great-eared, iv. 133; v. 316

Guazupuco, iv. 134; v. 316

Guazuti, iv. 136; v. 317

hog, v. 288

jumping, v. 317

long-tailed, iv. 134; v. 316

Mexican, iv. 130; v. 315

moose, iv. 9; v. 304

mule, v. 308. 316

musk, of Nepaul, v. 321

North American rein, iv. 83

pordne, v. 313

red, v. 308

rein, iv. 9. 79; v. 304

rib-faced, v. 319

Virginian, iv. 127; v. 315

with a large tail, v. 316

Degu of Molina, v. 221

Delphinaptera, iv. 436

Delphinapteri, iv. 457

Delphinapterus, v. 385

beluga, v. 386

Delphinus, iv. 434; v. 380

albicans, v. 386

anarsak, v. 386

Bertini, v. 383

Boryi, v. 383

Butskopf, v. 386

Canadensis, v. 383

Chemnitzianus, v. 386

Commersonii, v. 384

Dalius, v. 383

Delphis, iv. 434. 450; v. 381

edentulus, v. 386

eplodon, v. 386

feres, iv. 457; v. 383

frontatus, iv. 457; v. 383

gladiator, iv. 436. 455; v. 384

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Delphinus globiceps, v. 385

grampus, v. 384

griseus, v. 385

Hunteri, v. 386

hyperoodon, v. 386

Leucas, iv. 437. 467; v. 385

maximus, v. 384

Mongitori, v. 383

nesarnak, iv. 456; v. 382

niger, v. 382

orca, iv. 436. 455; v. 383, 384

Peronii, v. 384

phocsena, iv. 436; v. 383

pinna in dorso nulla, v. 386

Rissoanus, v. 385

rostra tus, iv. 435; v. 382

Sinensis, v. 383

tursio, iv. 435; v. 382

ventricosus, v. 385

Delundung, ii. 419

Desman, ii. 185; v. 105

of Russia, ii. 18. 189

of the Pyrenees, ii. 190; v. 105

Desmans, ii. 18

Deva deve, v. 298

Devil of the Colonist, v. 193

Dhole, ii. 326

Diane, la, v. 13

Dib, v. 146

Dicotyles, iii. 333; v. 289

labiatus, iii. 334. 413; v. 290

torquatus, iii 334. 412; v. 289

Dicranocerine group, iv. 167

Dieranocerus, v. 322

Didelphis, ii. 63; v. 185

Asiatica, v. 204

Azara, v. 186

brachyura, ii. 66; iii. 30; v. 190

Brunii, ii. 76; v. 204

cancrivora, ii. 65; iii. 30; v. 187

cardnophaga, v. 187

cayopollin, ii. 65; v. 190

cinerea, v. 188

crassicaudata, v. 189

cynocephala, ii. 67; v. 192

dorsigera, ii. 65; v. 189

gigantea, ii. 75; v. 202

lanigera, v. 190

lemurina, ii. 71; v. 197

macrotarsis, v. 50

macroura, ii. 72; iii. 45; v. 199

marina, ii. 66

marsupialis, ii. 65; iii. 30; v. 187

muneira, iii. 32

murina, v. 188

myosunu, v. 189

nudicaudata, v. 189

obesula, v. 195

Didelphis opossum, ii. 65; iii. 31; v. 187

orientalis, ii. 71; v. 196

palmata, ii. 66; iii. 35; v. 191

penidllata, ii. 68; v. 194

peregrinus, v. 197

petaurus, iii. 44; v. 199

philander, ii. 65; v. 188

pusilia, v. 191

pygmea, ii. 72; iii. 44; v. 200

Quica, v. 187

sciurea, v. 200

Sebæ, v. 190

tricolor, iii. 33; v. 190

ursina, ii. 67. 78; v. 193

Virginiana, ii. 64; iii. 24; v. 186

viverrina, ii. 68; v. 193

vulpina, ii. 71; iii. 41; v. 197

Yapock, v. 191

Digitigrades, ii. 33. 282; v. 119

Dikaja kosa, v. 313

Dilundung, v. 160

Dingo, ii. 326; v. 134

Diphylla, v. 84

ecaudatus, v. 85

Dipus, iii. 76; v. 236

Alagtaga, v. 237

brachyurus, iii. 149; v. 237

Cafer, iii. 80. 164; v. 243

Canadensis, v. 240

gerbillus, v. 240

gerboa, v. 236

jaculus, v. 237

jaculus var minor, v. 237

maximus, iii. 151; v. 238

minimus, v. 237

minutus, v. 237

pyramidum, iii. 158; v. 240

sagitta, v. 236

tamaricinus, v. 239

Dishon, v. 359

Ditylus, v. 298

Dog, v. 133

Albanian, ii. 327

Alicant, v. 143

Artois, ii. 338; v. 143

Australasian, v. 134

Barbary, v. 143

bull, ii. 41. 336; v. 141

bull, black var. of Thibet, v. 141

Calabrian, v. 137

Ceylonese, of Pennant, v. 151

Dalmatian, v. 135

Danish, ii. 40; v. 135

domestic, ii. 40

drover's, v. 140

Egyptian, v. 143

Esquimaux, ii. 332; v. 140

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Dog, French shepherd's, v. 140

German, ii. 338

great Danish, ii. 328; v. 135

hyæna, ii. 376

Iceland, ii. 338; v. 142

king Charles', ii. 333

lion, ii. 334; v. 137

little Danish, ii. 338; v. 142

Maltese, ii. 334; v. 137

naked, ii. 338

Newfoundland, ii. 333

New Holland, ii. 326

North American, ii. 326

Peruvian, v. 141

Pomeranian, ii. 331

Prairie, iii. 198; v. 248

pug, ii. 337; v. 142

sea, v. 176

shepherd's, ii. 41. 330; v. 139

shock, ii. 41; v. 142

Siberian, ii. 331; v. 140

spotted, v. 135

Surinam, v. 145

Turkish, ii. 338

turnspit, ii. 336

water, v. 138

wild, ii. 376

wild, of the East Indies, ii. 326

wolf; ii. 41. 331; v. 140

Dogs, ii. 39. 317

Dogue, le, v. 141

Doguin, le, v. 142

Dolichotes vischacha, v. 272

Dolichura, iv. 330

Dolphin, black, v. 382

Commerson's, v. 384

common, iv. 434. 450; v. 381

fronted, v. 383

great, iv. 435; v. 382

of Commerson, iv. 457

of Honfleur, v. 386

of Peron, iv. 467; v. 384

round-headed, v. 385

slender-beaked, iv. 435; v. 382

Dolphins, iv. 434, 450

Dorcas, v. 332

Dormice, iii. 71; v. 219. 221

African, v. 221

common, iii. 122; v. 220

fat, iii. 118; v. 220

garden, iii. 122; v. 220

gilt-tailed, v. 218

greater, v. 220

murine, v. 221

Doue, i. 214. 276; v. 8, 9

Douroucouli, i. 313; v. 35

Dril, v. 22

Dromadaire, v. 298

Dreron, iv. 17; v. 336

Dugong, iv. 432. 446; v. 379

of the Indian Sea, v. 379

Duns, Suffolk, iv. 423

Dysopes, ii. 7; v. 86

mops, v. 86

Dzeren, iv. 17. 229; v. 336

Dsiggetai, iii. 342. 459

Dziggtai, v. 295

ECHIDNA, iii. 263. 314; v. 283

bristly, v. 284

hystrix, iii. 264; v. 284

setosa, iii. 264; v. 284

spiny, v. 284

bristly, iii. 264

spiny, iii. 264

Echidnes, iii. 263

Echimys, iii. 70. 117; v. 217

bristly, v. 219

Cayenne, v. 219

chrysurus, v. 218

cristatus, v. 218

dactylinus, v. 218

d'Egypte, v. 233

didelphoides, v. 219

gilt-tailed, v. 218

hispidus, v. 219

long-toed, v. 218

perchal, v. 232

red, iii. 71. 117; v. 218

rough-haired, v. 219

setosus, v. 219

spinosus, v. 218

with a golden tail, iii. 70

Ecureil à masque, v. 253

blanc de Siam, v. 252

de la côte de Malabar, grand, v. 250

de Madagascar, v. 250

éclatant, v. 260

rouge, v. 254

toupays, v. 257

volant de Sibérie, v. 259

Edentata, i. lxxvii; iii. 251; v. 273

common, iii. 255

suppl. to the, iii. 266

Effodientia, i. lxxix.

Egin, v. 298

Egret, i. 216

Einhorn, v. 387

Eira, ii. 486

El Bucher el Achmer, v. 325

walrush, v. 327

Elan, iv. 9. 12; v. 303

Eland, bastard, v. 365

Gazelle, v. 365

Elant, v. 311

Elaphine group, iv. 90

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Elaphocamelas, v. 299

Elaphus, v. 307

Elch, v. 304

Elements, combination of chemical, i. 28

Elend, iv. 9; v. 304

Elephant, iii. 325

African, iii. 327. 349; v. 286

Anson's sea, v. 180

Asiatic, iii. 346

Byron's sea, v. 181

Indian, iii. 326; v. 286

Patagonian sea, v. 180

sea, ii. 58; v. 180. 184

Elephas, iii. 325; v. 285

Africanus, iii. 327; 286

Capensis, v. 286

Indicus, iii. 326; 286

maximus, v. 286

Elk, iv. 9. 12. 72; v. 303. 308. 310

American, v. 308

Cape, iv. 12

crowned, iv. 78; v. 304

fossil, iv. 87; v. 309

fossil, of Ireland, v. 306

Irish, v. 306

round-horned, v. 308

Emmema, iv. 326

Emgalo, v. 289

Empabunga, v. 325

Empacasse, v. 372

Empaguessa, v. 372

Empalanga, v. 325

Empalunga, v. 325

Ena, v. 337

Encoubert, iii. 257; v. 278

Engalo, v. 289

Engry, v. 331

Enhydra, v. 132

marina, v. 132

Entelle, v. 10

Entellus, i. 210. 269. v. 10

Epaulard, v. 384

Equus, iii. 340; v. 294

asinus, iii. 343. 461; v. 295

bisulus, iv. 53; v. 303

Brasiliensis, v. 296

caballus, iii. 341. 439; v. 294

Hemionus, iii. 342. 469; v. 295

Hemionus, Dziggtai dictus, v. 295

manius, v. 185

montanus, iii. 467; v. 296

quaccha, iii. 344. 464

quagga, iii. 464; v. 295

zebra, iii. 343. 465; v. 295

Erethizon, v. 263

Buffonii, v. 263

dorsatum, v. 263

Erinaceus, ii. 61. 162; v. 100

auritus, ii. 16. 162; v. 101

ecanthurus, v. 109

ecaudatus, ii. 21; v. 109

Europæus, ii. 16. 168; v. 100

inauris, ii. 171; v. 101

Malaccensis, ii. 170

semispinosus, ii. 21; v. 109

setosus, ii. 21. 207; v. 109

Sibericus, ii. 171; v. 101

tanrec, v. 109

Ermine, ii. 35; v. 122

Eteocles semispinosus, v. 110

Eucritus, v. 263

Euryceros, v. 306

Exquima, i. 212; v. 13

Eyra, v. 171

FEGOULE, le, v. 210

Felander, v. 204

Felis, ii. 49. 421; v. 162

aurata, v. 206

borealis, v. 206

caligata, v. 206

Canadensis, ii. 53; v. 174

Capensis, v. 167. 170. 206

caracal, ii. 54. 490; v. 173. 206

catenata, ii. 478; v. 168

catus, ii. 54; v. 172

catus Angorensis, v. 172

catus cæruleus, v. 172

catus ferns, v. 172

catus Hispanicus, v. 172

maculatus, v. 172

celidogaster, v. 206

cervaria, v. 206

chalybeata, ii. 473; v. 166. 175

chati, v. 169

chaus, ii. 54. 491; v. 173. 206

chibi gouazou, v. 167

colocolo, v. 169

concolor, ii. 436; v. 163

Diardi, ii. 484; v. 171

discolor, ii. 52

eyra, v. 171

guttata, v. 166. 175

Lybicus, v. 173

jaguar, v. 164

jaguarondi, ii. 54

jaquaramdi, v. 206

Javanensis, v. 170

jubata, ii. 52. 470; v. 166

leo, ii. 50; v. 162. 206

leopardus, ii. 52; v. 165. 206

lynx, ii. 53; V. 174

macrocelis, v. 206

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Felis macroura, ii. 478; v. 168. 206

maniculata, v. 206

manul, v. 175

margay, v. 169

melas, ii. 53

microcelis, v. 164

mitis, v. 168. 206

nebulosa, ii. 453; v. 164

nigra, v. 171

nigripes, ii 489; v. 172

obscura, v. 171

ocelot, ii. 475; v. 168

onça, ii. 51; v. 164. 206

pageros, v. 170

pardalis, ii. 53; v. 167. 206

pardus, ii. 51; v. 165. 206

pardus antiquorum, v. 165

(Priodonta) gracilis, v. 160

puma, v. 206

rufa, ii. 53; v. 174. 206

serval, ii. 54. 481; v. 167. 206

Sumatrana, ii. 484; v. 171

tigrina, ii. 482; v. 206

tigris, ii. 50; v. 163. 206

varia, v. 175

uncia, ii. 469; v. 166

undata, v. 171

venatica, v. 166

volans ternatea, v. 100

Wiedii, v. 169

Yagouaroundi, v. 170

Fennec, i. 332; ii. 45. 372; v. 152

Bruce's, v. 152

Laland's, v. 151

Fennecus Brucii, v. 152

Fer à cheval, grand, v. 76

Fer de lance, ii. 9; v. 69

grand, ii. 127; v. 70

Ferret, ii. 34. 287; v. 120

Java, v. 121

Javanese, ii. 288

Feuille, La, v. 73. 75

Fiber, iii. 66; v. 208

zibethicus, v. 208

Finnfisch, iv. 443

Fisch, fin, v. 391

Jupiter, v. 391

Knoten, v. 390

Swerd, v. 384

Fishtall, v. 360

Flacuatzin, v. 263

Fledermaus, blasse, v. 88

speck, v. 88

Foadh, v. 161

Foca a ventre bianco, v. 179

Fossane, ii. 390; v. 154

of Madagascar, ii. 47

Fouin, v. 123

Fouine, ii. 36; v. 124

Fouine de la Guyane, v. 117

Foutereau, ii. 37

Fox, v. 147

American cross, v. 149

Antarctic, v. 145

Arctic, ii. 370; v. 148

Bengal, v. 151

black, ii. 44

blue, ii. 44

Brant, v. 147

Cape, ii. 45. 371

Chili, v. 145

coal, ii. 43

common, ii. 43. 361

Corsac, v. 149

cross, ii. 43. 370; v. 149

Egyptian, v. 150

fulvous-necked, v. 148

grey, v. 148. 150

Karagan, v. 149

red, v. 150

red, of Bartram, v. 151

silver, v. 148

silvery, ii. 44. 368

small yellow, ii. 44

sooty, v. 151

tri-eoloured, ii. 44. 365; v. 148

variable, ii. 371

Virginian, v. 150

Foxes, ii. 43. 361

Furet, v. 117. 120

Furunculus myoides, v. 235

GALAGO, v. 48. 50

crassicaudatus, i. 230; v. 49

Demidoffii, v. 49

Demidoff's, i. 230; v. 49

Geoffroyii, v. 49

grand, v. 49

great, i. 230; v. 49

Guiniensis, v. 49

little, v. 48

Madagascariensis, v. 48

murinus, i. 332

of Madagascar, i. 332

of Senegal, i. 332; v. 49

Senegalensis, i. 230; v. 49.

Ternatensis, v. 99

variegatus, v. 99

with a tufted tail, i. 332

Galagos, i. 229. 330

Galeopitheci, ii. 14

Galeopithecus, ii. 14. 156; v. 99

red, ii. 158

rufus, v. 99

varied, ii. 158

variegatus, v. 99

Galeopithèque roux, v. 99

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Galera, ii. 278; v. 117. 126. 157

Gaour, v. 374

Garangan, ii. 398

Gasella, v. 329

Gaucohi, v. 310

Gaur, iv. 399; v. 373

Gauvera, v. 375

Gauzen, v. 310

Gaw dashti, v. 375

Gawzan, v. 367

Gayal, iv. 406; v. 375

Gazel, v. 332

Gazelle, iv. 16; v. 332

pouched, iv. 17

Gazelline group, iv. 200

Geldowesi, v. 298

Gemel gemel, v. 298

Genet, v. 154

var., v. 154

banded, v. 155

common, ii. 46

hyæna, ii. 390

Indian, v. 155

of Barbary, ii. 387

of the Cape, ii. 46

Genets, ii. 46. 387

Genetta, ii. 46; v. 153

bondar, v. 155

fasciata, v. 155

fossa, v. 154

Geofftroyii, v. 154

Indica, v. 155

vulgaris, v. 154

Genette, v. 154

de France, v. 154. 159

du Cap, v. 154

Geoffroy's, v. 154

Geomys, v. 235

cinereus, v. 235

Georychus, iii. 68; v. 242

Gerbil, Canadian, v. 240

Egyptian, v. 240

Indian, v. 239

Labrador, v. 240

Tamarisk, v. 239

Torrid, v. 239

Gerbillus, iii. 153; v. 238

Ægyptius, iii. 158; v. 240

Canadensis, v. 240

conurus, v. 241

Daviesii, v. 240

Hudsonius, v. 241

Indicus, iii. 156; v. 239

Labradorius, v. 240

megalops, v. 241

Meridianus, iii. 157; v. 239

of Canada, iii. 159

soricinus, iii. 159; v. 241

tamaricinus, v. 239

Gerbo, iii. 143; v. 236

Gerboa, iii. 77. 140; v. 236

African, iii. 157

brachyura, iii. 149

Canadian, iii. 159

great, iii. 151

little, iii. 149

major, v. 243

tamarisk, iii. 155

woolly, v. 50

Gerboise, v. 236

Gibbar, iv. 443; v. 390

Gibbon, i. 258; v. 5

active, i. 258; v. 7

agilis, i. 258

ash-coloured, i. 209. 254

black, i. 208

cendré, v. 6

little, v. 6.

ounko, v. 7

petit, v. 6

silvery, i. 209

Giraffa, iv. 14. 150; v. 321

Camelopardalis, v. 321

Giraffe, v. 321

Giraffidæ, v. 321

Girafra, v. 321

Giudol, iii. 434

Glires, i. lx. lxxvi.

Gits, v. 220

œconomicus, v. 234

citillus, v. 246

cricetus, v. 233

lagurus, v. 216

marmotta, v. 244

marmotta argentoratensis, v. 233

monax, v. 244

moschiferus, ii. 186; v. 244

Polonica, v. 244

Tscherkensicus, v. 248

Zumui, v. 241

Glisorex, v. 106

Glossophaga, v. 72

amplexicaudata, v. 73

caudifer, v. 73

ecaudata, v. 73

soricina, v. 72

Gluton, v. 117

marpurito, v. 128

Gluttons, ii. 31

Glutton, v. 117

common, ii. 276

ferruginous, ii. 282; v. 119

Labrador, v. 118

masked, ii. 281; v. 119

Gnoo, iv. 367; v. 368

brindled, iv. 371; v. 369

Gnou, iv. 22

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Gnouroumy, v. 280

Goat, Angora, iv. 307

beardless, iv. 310

blue, iv. 20

bush, v. 344

Cachemire, iv. 307

cossus, iv. 310

domestic, iv. 315

dwarf, iv. 306

Egyptian, iv. 308

Jemlah, iv. 308; v. 358

Jueda long-haired, iv. 306

Nepaul, iv. 307

Persian, iv. 306

short-horned, iv. 306

Syrian long-haired, iv. 307

Tartar, iv. 307

Thibet, iv. 307

Welsh, iv. 306

Widah, iv. 306

wild, iv. 23

yellow, iv. 17; v. 336

Goats, iv. 23

Goazoupouco, v. 317

Goazouti, v. 317

Gona, v. 310

Gor, v. 374

Goral, iv. 279; v. 352

Gouazouara, v. 163

Gouazoubira, v. 319

Gouazu Pita, v. 318

Gozen, v. 310

Grampus, iv. 436. 455; v. 384

Greber, le, v. 102

Gregari, le, v. 211

Greyhound, ii. 41; v. 135

common, ii. 328

Irish, ii. 328; v. 136

Italian, ii. 330; v. 136

Russian, ii. 330; v. 136

Scotch, ii. 330; v. 136

Turkish, ii. 330; v. 136

Griffon, v. 138

Grimee, v. 347

Grimm, iv. 266; v. 347

Gris, Petit, iii. 83; v. 254

Grisfuch, der, v. 148

Grison, ii. 32. 277; v. 117

Grisset, v. 47

Grivet, i. 265; v. 15

Grumm seler, v. 181

Grysbock, iv. 250

Guanaco, iv. 6. 55; v. 299

Guanque, v. 214

Guariba, i. 222. 301; v. 27

Guazu Apara, v 318

Guazuara, ii. 436

Guenon, i. 348. 350

à camail, v. 8

Guenon à face alongée, v. 20

à face pourpré, v. ll

à long nez, v. 9

à long nez proéminent, v. 13

autre, v. 8

Chinese bonnet, i. 216

couronné, v. 12

crowned, i. 216

golden, i. 277; v. 11

long-nosed, i. 350

negre, v. 10

Guenons, i. 210. 259

Guerlinguet, le grand, v. 256

le petit, v. 256

little, v. 256

Guerlinguets, iii. 84

Guepard, ii. 52. 470

Guevei, iv. 270; v. 349

kaior, v. 349

Guib, le, v. 351

Gulo, ii. 31. 275; v. 116

barbatus, v. 117

castaneus, ii. 282

ferrugineus, v. 119

larvatus, ii. 281; v. 119

marpurito, v. 127

orientalis, ii. 280; v. 118

ratel, v. 118

Quitensis, v. 118. 127, 128

vittatus, v. 117

vulgaris, v. 117

wolverene, v. 117

Gyraffa, v. 321

HAGRI, Le, v. 233

Halicore, iv. 432; v. 379

Indicus, v. 379

Halmaturus, ii. 74

Brunii, v. 204

fasciatus, v. 203

gigantea, v. 202

Halychærus griseus, v. 178

Hamster, anomalous, iii. 139; v. 236

Astracan, v. 234

Baraba, v. 235

Canada, v. 235

Chinchilla, v. 235

common, iii. 75; v. 233

sand, v. 234

Songar, v. 234

Yaik, v. 233

Hamsters, iii. 75. 134

Hapales jaccus, v. 38

rosalia, v. 42

Hapales, i. 225; v. 38

Hardvark, v. 279

Hare, v. 265

African, iii. 91

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Hare, Alpine, iii. 222; v. 265. 269

American, v. 266

Baikal, v. 266

Brazilian, iii. 221; v. 267

calling, v. 269

Cape, v. 267

common, iii. 89. 213; v. 265

leaping, iii. 165; v. 243

mountain, iii. 165

Ogotona, v. 269

Patagonian, v. 272

snowy, v. 265

spurious, v. 265

variable, iii 90. 219; v. 265

varying, v. 265

Virginian, v. 265

Hares, iii. 88

Harpygia, v. 59

Harrier, v. 138

Hartebeest, v. 362

Harts, king of the, v. 349

Head and brain, character of, i. 105

Hedgehog, ii. 162

American, v. 101

common, ii. 16; v. 100

dog, ii. 169

earless, ii. 171; v. 101

long-eared, ii. 16. 168; v. 101

Malacca, v. 101

of America, ii. 171

of Siberia, ii. 171

pendant-eared, v. 101

swine, ii. 169

with pendant ear, ii. 170

Hedgehogs, ii. 16

Madagascar, ii. 206

Helamys, iii. 80

Cafer, iii. 164; v. 243

marmot, v. 243

Heliodorus, v. 321

Hepoona koo, v. 199

Hermine, l', v. 122

Herisson, ii. 162; v. 101

d'Egypte, v. 101

pourceau, ii. 169

Herpestes, ii. 47

Edwardsii, v. 157

galera, v. 157

griseus, v. 157

Mungo, v. 156

Pharonis, v. 156

Heteromys, v. 236

Hippelaphus, v. 309. 310

Hippopotamus, iii. 329. 397; v. 286

amphibious, v. 287

Capensis, v. 287

ecaudatus, v. 270

Senegalensis, v. 287

terrestris, v. 293

Hippotigre, v. 296

Hirsch, v. 308

Histrix chrysurus, v. 218

pilosus, v. 263

Hoang yang, iv. 17; v. 336

Hocheur, i. 213; v. 13

Hog, v. 287

black race with short limbs, iii. 405

English race, iii. 404

ground, v. 245. 279

race of France, iii. 405

race of Jutland, iii. 405

race of Poland, iii. 405

race of Russia, iii. 405

race of Zealand, iii. 405

race with a single toe, iii. 405

river, v. 270

stag, iii. 332

wild, iiL 331

Hoitzslaquatzin, iii. 88; v. 263

Homo, v. 3

lar, v. 6

nocturnus, v. 250

sapiens, v. 3

sylvestris, i. 238; v. 4

troglodytes, i. 250; v. 4

Horse, iii. 340; iv. 434; v. 294

Arabian, iii. 447

sea, ii. 60; iv. 431

Horses, Barbary, iii. 452

Dutch, iii. 455

English, iii. 456

of France, iii. 455

of Germany, iii. 454

of Italy, iii. 453

of Switzerland, iii. 455

Persian, iii. 451

Spanish, iii. 453

Tartar, iii. 450

Turkish, iii. 452

Hound, ii. 41. 334

Howler, brown, i. 222

red-handed, v. 28

Huemel, iv. 53; v. 300

Huitfisch, v. 386

Human face and form, var. of the, i 163

species, causes of varieties of the, v. 174

species, general observations on the varietles of the, i. 183

Human species, var. of the, i. 96

Hyæna, ii. 48. 404; v. 161. 162

Abyssinian, v. 161

Capensis, v. 162

crocuta, v. 161

painted, ii. 376; v. 151

picta, v. 151

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Hyæna, spotted, ii. 49. 406; v. 161

striped, ii. 48. 408; v. 161

vulgaris, v. 161

Hyænas, il. 48

Hydrochærus, iii. 93. 232; v. 270

capybara, v. 270

tapir, v. 270

Hydromys, iii. 72. 124; v. 222

chrysogaster, iii. 72. 124; v. 222

coypus, v. 222

leucogaster, iii. 72; v. 222

white-bellied, v. 222

yellow-bellied, v. 222

Hylobates, v. 5

agilis, v. 7

lar, v. 5

leuciscus, v. 6

syndactylus, v. 6

variegatus, v. 6

Hyperoodon, v. 386

Hyperoodontes, iv. 437. 459

Hypexanthus, mustache, v. 98

Hypexodon, v. 98

Hypsiprymnus, ii. 73

murinus, v. 201

Hypudæus, iii. 67

Hyrax, iii. 337; v. 292

Cape, iii. 430; v. 292

Capensis, iii. 338; v. 292

South African, iii. 430

Syriacus, iii. 338; v. 293

Syrian, iii. 431; v. 293

Hystrix, iii. 87.200; v. 261

aculeis apparentibus caudâ brevi, v. 263

Americanus major, v. 264

chrysuros, v. 70

couiy, v. 263

cristata, iii. 87; v. 261

cuandu, v. 263

dorsata, iii. 88. 206; v. 262

fasciculata, iii. 88. 207; v. 262

Hudsonicus, v. 263

longicauda, v. 262

macroura, v. 262

orientalis, v. 262

prehensilis, iii. 88. 208; v. 263

spinosa, v. 264

villosa, v. 264

IBEC, V. 314

Ibex, iv. 24. 300; v. 356

Abyssinian, iv. 301; v. 356

Alpium Sibiricarum, v. 356

Caucasian, iv. 25. 302; v. 357

Siberian, v. 356

Ichneumon, ii. 47. 392; v. 156

Caffrarian, v. 157

Edward's, v. 157

Indian, v. 156

Javanese, v. 157

large, v. 158

major, v. 158

red, v. 158

Ictides, v. 159

albifrons, v. 159

white-fronted, v. 159

Ignavus arcthopithecus, v. 274

Impatoo, v. 321

Impoofo, iv. 355

Indri, v. 43

Macauco, v. 43

Indris, i. 228; v. 43

brevicaudatus, v. 43

laniger, v. 44

longicaudatus, v. 44

Insectivora, ii. 15; v 100

suppl. to the, ii. 161

Irabubos, v. 270

Isates, v. 149

Isatis, ii. 44; v. 149

Isoodon, iii. 40; v. 195

Istiophorus, v. 71

Iyyol, v. 310

JAAL, V. 357

Jabartes, v. 391

Jacchus, v. 38

albifrons, v. 42

argentatus, v. 40

auritus, v. 39

black-tailed, v. 40

chrysomelas, v. 41

great-eared, v. 39

humeralifer, v. 39

labiatus, v. 41

leoninus, v. 42

leucocephalus, v. 39

melanurus, v. 40

penicillatus, v. 39

rosalia, v. 42

rufimanus, v. 40

tufted, v. 39

ursulus, v. 41

vulgaris, v. 38

white-headed, v. 39

white-shouldered, v. 39

Jachmur, v. 327

Jackal, ii. 42; v. 145

Barbary, v. 146

Cape, v. 146

Senegal, v. 147

Jaela, v. 357

Jaguar, ii. 51. 452; v. 164

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Jaguar, of Buffon, v. 166

Jaguarondi, ii. 54

Jairou, v. 332

Jaquarete pope, v. 164

Jaqueparel, v. 146

Jaru, v. 314

Jelen, v. 308

Jeralang, iii. 179; v. 251

Jerboa, iii. 76.140. 143; v. 236

Cape, iii 164; v. 243

great, v. 238

Siberian, v. 237

striped, v. 237

Jerna, v. 314

Jevraschka, v. 246

J'hongnuabt, v. 375

Jirataka, v. 321

Jird, le, v. 239

Jocko, i. 238; v. 5

Jubarta, iv. 443; v. 391

Juacha, v. 305

KABARGA, v. 301

Kabasson, v. 277

Kadiachi, iii. 448

Kahau, i. 213. 276

Kaidon, v. 295

Kalong, v. 54

Kalou, ii. 104

Kanchil, iv. 64; v. 302

Kanguroo, v. 202

banded, v. 203

elegant, ii. 76; v. 203

Eugene's, v. 203

giant, v. 202

gigantic, ii. 75; iii. 47

gray, v. 202

Labillardiere's, v. 203

large, v. 201

Le Brun's, v. 204

lesser, v. 201

moutain, v. 204

of Aroé, ii. 76

red, v. 202

red-necked, ii. 75; v. 203

smoked, ii. 75

sooty, v. 202

tufted-tailed, v. 204

with moustaches, ii. 75

woolly, iii. 49; v. 204

Kanguroos, ii. 74

Kangurus, v. 201

bicolor, v. 204

Brunii, v. 204

Eugenii, v. 203

fasciatus, v. 203

fuliginoaus, v. 202

Gaimardi, v. 201

Kangurus griseus, v. 202

labiatus, v. 201

lanosus, v. 202

penicillatus, v. 204

ruficollis, v. 203

rufogriseus, v. 202

rufus, v. 202

Kechubu, iii. 194; v. 260

Kemas, v. 328

Kevel, iv. 16. 213; v. 332

Kijang, iv. 144; v. 319

Kinkajou, ii. 262; v. 115

Kinkajous, ii. 29

Kiodote, ii. 108; v. 58

Kirivoula, ii. 153; v. 90

Kistu, v. 304

Klap, v. 179

migosen, v. 179

Kleenebock, iv. 269

Klipdaas, v. 292

Klipspringer, iv. 245; v. 340

Knouk, ii. 482

Koala, v. 205

Koalas, ii. 76; iii. 50

Kob, iv. 223; v. 335

Koba, iv. 351

Kochiani, iii. 449

Kokoon, v. 369

Koodoo, iv. 359; v. 365

Korin, v. 333

Korooko, v. 325

Korsaki, v. 149

Kosa Dikaja, v. 314

Koupara, v. 145

Kuwuk of Java, v. 170

Kyloe, iv. 423

LACERTUS Indicus squamosus, v. 282

squamosus peregrinus, v. 282

Lagomys, iii. 91. 222; v. 268

Alpinus, v. 269

dwarf, iii. 92

grey, iii. 92

ogotona, v. 269

pica, iii. 92; v. 269

pusillus, v. 269

Lagothrix, v. 26

canus. v. 26

Humboldtii v. 26

Lagure, le, v. 26

Lama, iv. 6. 53; v. 299

Lamantin, iv. 431; v. 377

American, v. 378

des Antilles, grand, v. 378

du Kamtschatka, grand, v. 380

du Sénégal, v. 379

of America, iv. 445

of Senegal, iv. 446; v. 378

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Lamantin of the North, iv. 448

Lamantins, iv. 445

Lamas, iv. 5. 50

Landak, v. 262

Language, difference of, i. 170

Lapin de Sibérie, v. 267

Larog, v. 256

Lary, iii. 187

Lasiopyga, v. 8

nemæus, v. 9

Lawack, v. 159

Lemmar, v. 215

Lemming, iii. 69; v. 215

land, v. 217

Hudson's Bay, iii. 69

ringed, v. 217

talpine, v. 216

Zokor, v. 215

Lemmings, iii. 68. 114

Lemmus, v. 215

albicaudatus, v. 212

aspalax, v. 215

fulvus, v. 212

hare-tailed, v. 216

Hudsonius, v. 216

lagurus, v. 216

Niloticus, v. 212

novaboracenis, v. 215

talpinus, v. 216

talpoides, v. 215

terrestris, v. 217

torquatus, v. 217

vittatus, v. 215

Xanthognathus, v. 213

Lemur, v. 43

albifrons, i. 228. 270; v. 46

sshy, v. 47

black, v. 45

black and red, v. 44

black-fronted, v. 46

catta, i. 228; v. 44

cinereus, v. 47

collared, v. 46

dwarf, i. 322

flocky, v. 44

fulvus, v. 45

galago, i. 332; v. 49

gracilis, i. 229

indri, v. 43

laniger, v. 44

little, v. 48

long-fingered, iii. 196; v. 51

loris, v. 47

Macaco, i. 228; v. 45

minutus, v. 49

mongoz, i. 228; v. 45

murinus, i. 323. 332; v. 48

niger, v. 45

nigrifrons, v. 47

Lemur potto, i. 230; v. 49

psilodactylus, iii. 196; v. 51

pusillus, v. 48

red, i. 228. 324; v. 46

ring-tailed, v. 44

ruber, i. 228; v. 44

ruffed, v. 44

rufus, v. 46

slow, i. 330; v. 47

slow paced, v. 48

spectrum, i. 230; v. 50

tardigradus, i. 229. 330; v. 47

tarsier, v. 50

volans, ii. 15. 156; v. 99

while-forehead, i. 325

white-fronted, i. 270; v. 46

white-handed, v. 45

whitish, v. 50

Lemurs, i. 227

suppl. to the, i. 321

Leo marinus, v. 184

Leontico, v. 42

Leopard, ii. 52. 459; v. 165

Cape, v. 175

hunting, ii. 470; v. 166

maned hunting, v. 166

maneless hunting, v. 166

Lepus, iii. 90. 210; v. 264

Ægyptius, v. 267

Africanus, v. 267

albus, v. 265

Alpinus, iii. 92; v. 269

Americanus, iii. 91; v. 267

Brasiliensis, v. 267

Capensis, iii. 91; v. 267

cuniculus, iii. 90; v. 266

Dauricus, v. 267

ecaudatus, iii. 221; v. 268

glacialis, v. 265

Hudsonius, v. 267

hybridus, iii. 221; v. 265

nanus, iii. 91; v. 267

nigricollis, v. 268

ogotona, v. 269

pusillus, iii. 92. 227; v. 269

saxatilis, v. 268

tapeti, v. 268

timidus, iii. 89; v. 265

tolai, v. 266

variabilis, iii. 90; v. 265

Virginianus, v. 265

viscaccior, v. 268

Lepusculus, v. 266

Lerot, iii. 71. 122; v. 220

with golden tail, iii. 70 v. 218

Lerwee, v. 360

Lesang, v. 160

Leucoryx, v. 327

Lévrier, v. 135

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Lézard de Clusius, v. 282

écaillé, v. 282

Lichanotus, i. 228; v. 43

indri, v. 43

laniger, v. 44

niger, v. 43

Lièvre d'Afrique, v. 267

des roches, v. 268

du Grœnlandon, v. 265

pampa, v. 272

tapeti, v. 268

Lion, ii. 50. 428; v. 162

African, v. 163

American, ii. 52; v. 163

Asiatic, v. 163

crested sea, v. 179

sea, ii. 507; v. 180. 184

sea, of Anson, ii. 58

sea, of Cox's Island, v. 181

sea, of Forster, ii. 509

sea, of Steller, ii. 59

tiger cubs, ii. 448

Lipurus cinereus, v. 205

Lizard, scaly, v. 282

Loir, iii. 71. 118

Loncheres, iii. 70. 117

chrysurus, v. 218

myosurus, v. 218

paleacea, v. 219

rufa, v. 218

Loret volant, v. 81

Lori, i. 330

Loris, i. 229; v. 47

Ceylon, v. 48

Ceylonicus, v. 47

du Bengale, v. 48

gracilis, v. 47

Javanese, v. 48

paresseux, v. 47

slender, i. 229; v. 47

slow, i. 229

Loro of Java, v. 75

Lorvo assee, ii. 110

Los, v. 304

Loup, v. 144

cervier, v. 174

marin, v. 180

noir, v. 144

peint, v. 151

rouge, v. 145

Lout, v. 327

Loutre de Canada, v. 130

de Kamtchatka, v. 133

de la Guysne, petit, v. 192

Lowo assu, v. 56

churat of Java, v. 65

manir, v. 93

Lupus, v. 144

aureus, v. 146

Lupus Indicus, v. 145

Lutra, ii. 38; v. 129

Barang, v. 132

Brasiliana, v. 130

Brasiliensis, ii. 314; v. 130

Canadensis, v. 130

enudris, v. 131

insularis, v. 131

inunguis, v. 131

lataxina, v. 131

leptonyx, ii. 315; v. 132

maculata, v. 130

marina, v. 132

memina, ii. 66; iii. 36; v. 191

minor, v. 122

nair, v. 131

vison, ii. 296

vittata, v. 117

vulgaris, v. 129

Loutre, le, v. 130

Lycaon, v. 151

Burchel's, v. 151

tricolor, v. 151

Lynx, v. 174

American, ii. 53

booted, ii. 54. 491; v. 173

Canada, ii. 53; v. 174

cat, v. 174

common, ii. 53

du Canada, v. 174

fasciatus, v. 174

fox, v. 174

montanus, v. 175

of Barbary, ii. 490

of the ancients, v. 173

of the marshes, ii. 54. 491

red, v. 174

United States, ii. 494

wolf, v. 174

Lynxes, ii. 490

Lyre, ii. 11.

MACACA, i. 351

Inuus, i. 351

Macacus, v. 16

cynomolgus, v. 17

Indicus, v. 19

radians, v. 17

silenus, v. 16

Sinicus, v. 17

Macaque, i. 348. 350, 351; v. 18, 19

à crinière, v. 16

à queue courte, v. 18

magot, i. 351

maimon, v. 18

maned, i. 216

of Buffon, i. 216

ordinaire, v. 18

Orion, v. 19

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Macaque, short-tailed, i. 289

toque, v. 172

Macaques, i. 215

Macauco, v. 45

black, v. 45

flying, v. 99

little, i. 332

loris, v. 47

ring-tailed, v. 45

woolly, v. 45

yellow, ii. 269

Machlis, v. 306

Macroglossus, v. 56

Macrorhina, v. 180

Macrorhine, v. 180

Macropus, ii. 74

elegans, ii. 76; iii. 49

giganteus, v. 202

lanigerus, iii. 49; v. 204

major, ii. 75

minor, ii. 74; iii. 46; v. 201

ruficollis, v. 203

rufogriseus, v. 202

Madoka, v. 350

Mafutiliqui, v. 127

Magot, i. 215. 348; v. 19

Magots, i. 215

Mahairy, v. 298

Maimon, i. 217. 288; v. 22

Majot, i. 280

Maki, v. 47

à bourse, v. 44

aux pieds blancs, v. 46

aux pieds fauves, v. 46

d'Augouan, v. 46

fauve, v. 44

nain, i. 322

petit, v. 47

roux, v. 44. 46

Makis, i. 227

Malanou bourou, ii. 104; v. 54

Malbrouc, i. 212; v. 14

Mammalia, i. lviii. 72. 205; v. 2

division of die class into orders, i. 77

Man, i. 82

American, var. v. 3

Caucasian, var. v. 3

differences between, and other animals, i. 205

food of, i. 130

Malay, var. v. 3

Negro, var. v. 3

of die woods, v. 5

peculiar conformation of, i. 82

suppl. history of, i. 103

Manati, v. 377

phocæ genus, v.378

trichechus, v. 184

Manati, whale-tailed, v. 380

Manatis, iv. 431. 445

Manatus, iv. 431; v. 377. 380

Americanus, iv. 445. 448; v. 378

Senegalensis, v. 378

Manaviri, ii. 265

Mandrill, i. 219; v. 21, 22

Mangabey, v. 15

à collier blanc, v. 16

collared, i. 261; v. 16

with collar, i. 211

without collar, i. 211

Mangouste, v. 156

of Egypt, ii. 47

of Java, ii. 398

of the Indies, ii. 47

of the Cape, ii. 47

vausire, v. 157

Mangoustes, ii. 47. 392

Mangusta, v. 156

Cafra, v. 157

Edwardsii, v. 157

galera, v. 157

Ichneumon, v. 156

Javanicus, v. 157

major, v. 158

mungos, v 156

rubra, v. 158

Manicou, ii. 63

Manis, i. Ix; iii. 261. 306; v. 281

African, v. 282

brachyura, iii. 262; v. 282

broad-tailed, v. 282

crassicaudata, v. 282

Indian, v. 282

Javanica, v. 282

long-tailed, iii. 262. 308; v. 282

longicaudata, v. 282

macroura, v. 282

pangolinus, v. 282

pentedactyla, iii. 262. 307; v. 282

phatagus, v. 282

short-tailed, iii. 262. 307; v. 282

tetradactyla, iii. 262. 308; v. 282

Mankind, general extension of, i. 123

Mans-gottung, v. 214

Mantegar, v. 21

Mapach, ii. 28; v. 114

Mapurita, v. 127

Mapurito, v. 118. 128

Margaia, ii. 482

Margay, ii. 482; v. 169

Margatsch, v. 336

Mariba, v. 294

Marikina, i. 226. 310; v. 42

Marimonda, i. 305; v. 24

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Marinose, ii. 66

Marmose, la, iii. 32; v. 188

Marmot, v. 244

Alpine, iii 81. 166; v. 244

barking, v. 248

Diana, iii. 170; v. 248

earless, v. 246

Franklin's, v. 246

Gundi, v. 248

hoary, v. 248

Hood's, v. 247

Maryland, v. 244

of Germany, iii. 75

of Poland, iii. 81. 169

Parry's, v. 247

Prairie, v. 247

Quebec, v. 245. 247

red, v. 245

Richardson's, v. 246

short-tailed, v. 246

striped American, iii. 171

tailless, v. 248

variegated, iii. 169

Marmots, iii. 166

Marmotte, v. 244

de Canada, v. 245

de Pologne, v. 244

de Sibérie, v. 246

du cap, v. 292

volante, v. 90

Marmottes, iii. 80

Marsouin, iv. 453; v. 383

dolphin, v. 383

Marsupiata, ii. 61; v. 185

suppl. on the, iii. 1

Marte, v. 123

marron, v. 125

sorra, v. 125

Marten, v. 124

beech, ii. 293; v. 123

common, ii. 36. 294

Indian pine, v. 159

spotted, v. 193

Martens, ii. 33. 36. 292

Martes, v. 123

Canadensis, v. 124

foina, v. 123

leucotis, v. 126

Pennantii, v. 125

rufa, v. 125

sinuensis, v. 125

Vison, v. 124

vulgaris, v. 123

zibellina, v. 124

Martin, pine, v. 123

Massascus, v. 209

Mastiff, ii. 40. 337; v. 141

English, v. 141

Mastodon, iii. 328

Mastodon, angustidens, iii. 329

giganteum, iii. 328

great, iii. 328

with narrow teeth, iii. 329

Mastodons, iii. 328

Mataco, iii. 256

Mâtin, v. 134

French, ii. 328

Maucauco, little, v. 48

murine, v. 48

Tarsier, v. 60

Maucoco, v. 115

Mazama, v. 314

dorsata, v. 354

sericea, v. 354

Mazame, iv. 12; v. 323. 354

Mazamine group, iv. 127

Mbaracaya, ii. 482

Medateus, v. 74

Lewisii, v. 74

Meerkats, iii. 172

Megaderma, v. 74

frons, v. 75

lyra, v. 75

spasma, v. 74, 75

trifolium, v. 75

Megadermes, ii. 10. 128

Megalotis, ii. 45; v. 151

Brucel, v. 152

Megalotis, Lalandii, ii. 372; v. 151

Mejangan Banjoe, v. 311

Melas, ii. 53

Meles, ii. 30; v. 115, 116

alba, v. 114

gulo, v. 117

Labradorica, v. 116

vulgaris, v. 116

Melursus, v. 113

Memina, iv. 63; v. 301

Men, wild, i. 207

Mephitis, ii. 37; v. 126

Americana, v. 127

Chilensis, v. 127

interrupta, v. 127

Javanensis, v. 129

meliceps, v. 129

Meriones, iii. 153

Mermaids, iv. 431

Merschswein, v. 383

Merycotherium Sibiricum, v. 322

Michaucanens, v. 141

Mico, i. 227; v. 40

Micouré, ii. 63

dwarf, v. 191

fifth, iii. 34

fourth, iii. 33

long-tailed, iii. 33

premier, v. 187

premier Manicou, v. 186

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Micouré, second, v. 190

sixth, v. 191

third, with a thick tail, v. 190

woolly, v. 190

Midas, v. 40

Œdipus, v. 42

albifrons, v. 41

chrysomelas, v. 41

labiatus, v. 41

leoninus, v. 42

rosalia, v. 42

rufimanus, v. 40

ursulus, i. 226; v. 41

Mimetes, v. 4

Mink, ii. 35. 37. 291; v. 122

of the Americans, v. 124

Mioroung, v. 180

Miriki, v. 25

Miriquouina, v. 36

Mirounga, v. 179

Ansonii, v. 180

Byronii, v. 181

Patagonica, v. 180

proboscides, v. 180

Mistus, v. 370

Mitzli, ii. 436

Mococo, i. 228. 329; v. 45

Mole, v. 108

albinose, v. 108

ash-coloured, ii. 201

blind rat, iii. 78

citron, ii. 201

common, ii. 23

fawn-coloured, ii. 201

golden, ii. 20

long-tailed, ii. 20. 211; v. 108. 110

maritime rat, iii. 79

of the Greeks, v. 241

pied, ii. 201

radiated, ii. 210; v. 110

rat, of the Cape, iii. 79

red, ii. 20. 193

red, of Seba, v. 108

sand, iii. 164

shrew, v. 107

small rat, iii. 79

spotted, v. 108

star muzzled, of Canada, ii. 23

water, v. 285

white, ii. 201; v. 108

yellow, v. 108

zand, iii. 164; v. 242

Moles, ii. 22. 194

rat, iii. 77

Molock, i. 209; v. 6. 34

Molossus, ii. 7; v. 60

acuticaudatus, v. 63

amplexicaudatus, v. 62

Molossus, ater, v. 61

black, v. 61

castaneus, v. 62

crassicaudatus, v. 62

fumarius, v. 63

fusciventer, ii. 7; v. 61

Guyanensis, ii. 7

longicaudatus, ii. 7; v. 62

nasutus, v. 63

obscuras, v. 61

rufus, v. 60

sharp-tailed, v. 63

urainus, v. 63

Moluck, v. 304

Mona, i. 212. 268

Monardes paseng, v. 357

Monax, iii. 170; v. 245

Mone, la, v. 12

Mongooz, v. 45

Mongous, i. 228. 327; v. 45

grand, v. 45

with white forehead, i. 228

Mongsoo, v. 304

Mongul, iii. 143

Monk, ii. 291; v. 37

Monkey, i. 320

bay, v. 8

bonneted, i. 278

broad-bearded, v. 11

broad-toothed, v. 11

callitrix, v. 14

capped, v. 7

capuchin, v. 32

Chinese, v. 17

Cochin China, i. 214. 276; v. 8

fair, v. 40

fearful, v. 29

four-fingered, v. 24

fox-tailed, v. 36

full bottom, v. 8

great-eared, v. 40

green, i. 212. 263; v. 14

hare-lipped, i. 216. 286; v. 17

horned, v. 31

king, v. 8

lion, i. 226; v.42

lion-tailed, i. 285

little black, v. 40

little lion, v. 43

long-nosed, i. 213

masked, v. 33

middle-size black, v. 9

mustache, i. 213. 271; v. 12

Negro, i. 211. 262; v. 9

night, i. 225

orange, v. 33

palatine, v. 13

perruque, v. 7

pig-tailed, v. 19

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Monkey, preacher, v. 27

proboscis, i. 213. 276; v. 9

purple-faced, i. 277; v. 11

red, i. 211. 261; v. 13

red howling, i. 222; v. 26

red-tailed, v. 43

red-vented, v. 15

royal, v. 26

silky, i. 310; v. 42

silver-haired, v. 26

spider, v. 25

spotted, i. 212; v. 13

squirrel, i. 307. 312; v. 33

St. Jago's, v. 15

striated, i. 308; v. 38

stunted, v. 38

Talapoin, v. 11

varied, i. 212. 268; v. 12

vaulting, i. 213; v. 13

weeper, v. 28

white eye-lid, i. 211; v. 15

white-nosed, v. 12

widow, i. 320; v. 33

Monkeys, i. 206

American, v. 24

lazy, i. 229

long-tailed, i. 210

of America, i. 221

proper to the old world, i. 207

Mono, v. 25

capuchino, i. 316

colorado, v. 26

feo, i. 318

rabon, i. 318; v. 38

Monodon, i. lx; iv. 437; v. 386

Andersonianus, v. 387

microcephalus, v. 387

monoceros, iv. 437; v. 387

narwhal, v. 387

spurius, iv. 464

Monophyllus, v. 85

Redmani, v. 85

Monotrema, v. 283

Moose, iv. 72; v. 304

Mopse, ii. 338

Morcassin, v. 288

Morfo, v. 185

Mormoops, v. 73

Blainvillii, v. 74

Mors, v. 185

Morse, ii. 511

Morses, ii. 59

Moschi capreolus, v. 301

Moschius, ii. 172

Moschus, i. lx; iv. 6. 59; v. 301

Javanicus, iv. 64; v. 302

memina, iv. 63; v. 301

moschiferus, iv. 6. 60; v. 301

napu, iv. 63; v. 302

Moschus, pelandoc, iv. 66; v. 302

pygmæus, v. 303

Mouffette de Chili, v. 128

Mouffettes, ii. 37

Mouflon, v. 360

d'Afrique, v. 360

of Africa, iv. 26

of America, iv. 26

Mouse, v. 226

Astracan, v. 234

Baikal, v. 211

Barbary, v. 228

common domestic, iii. 131

field, iii. 74; v. 209. 225

frugivorous, v. 229

garlic, v. 210

harvest, iii. 132; v. 226

Javanese, v. 224

lineated v. 211

meadow, iii. 110

minute, v. 227

of Cairo, iii. 74

red, v. 210

short-tailed field, v. 209

shrew, v. 102

soricine, v. 228

striated, v. 228

subtle, v. 227

white-footed, v. 232

white-tailed, v. 212

wood, iii. 132

Moussel, v 268

Moustac, i. 213; v. 12

Muana conquo, iv. 327

Mufflon, iv. 26

Muffoli of Corsica, iv. 26

Mufione of Sardinia, iv. 26

Mule, wild, of Antiquity, v. 295

Mulot, iii. 74; v. 225

des champs, v. 226

petit, v. 226

volant, v. 60

volant, second, v. 61

Multungula, i. lxxviii.

Mungo, v. 156

Mungutia, v. 156

Muntjak, iv. 144. 148

Blainville's, iv. 148; v. 320

Nepaul, iv. 149; v. 320

Philippine, iv. 147; v. 319

Ubi, iv. 148; v 320

Mus, i. lx; iii. 66; v. 208. 223

accedula, iii. 76; v. 233

Œconomus, iii. 68; v. 210

Ægyptius, v. 236

Africanus cayopillin dictus, v. 188

agrarius, v. 227

agrestis, v. 290

agrestis major, v. 225

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Mus, Alexandrinus, v. 225

alliarius, v. 210

Alpinus, iii. 81; v. 234. 244

amphibius, iii. 67; v. 209

amphibius terrestris, v. 217

angouya, v. 230

anomalus, iii. 139; v. 236

aquaticus, v. 209

exoticus, ii. 185; v. 105

aquatilis, ii. 185; v. 105. 209

arctomys, v. 244

arenarius, iii. 76; v. 234

araneus, ii. 172

arvalis, iii. 68. 110

aspalax, iii. 69; v. 215

Astrachanensis, v. 214

auritus, v. 231

avellanarius, iii. 72. 122. v. 221

avellanarius minor, v. 221

avellanarius major, v. 220

Barabensis, v. 235

barbarus, v. 228

betulinus, v. 228

bobac, iii. 81

Braziliensis, v. 230

bursarius, iii. 138; v. 235

cafer, iii. 80; v. 243

cahirinus, iii. 74; v. 232

campestris, v. 226

campestris, major, v. 225

campestris minor, v. 209

Canadensis, iii 159

Capensis, iii. 79; v. 242

caraco, iii. 74; v. 224

caugouya, v. 230

cephalotes, v. 231

citillus, iii. 81; v. 246

coypus, iii. 73; v. 223

cricetus, iii. 75; v. 233

cyanus, v. 214

decumanus, iii. 74. 129; v. 224

dichrurus, v. 229

domesticus major, v. 225

domesticus medius, v. 225

domesticus vulgaris, v. 226

Donovani, v. 230

Egypticus, iii. 143

empetra, v. 245

fasciculatus, v. 262

Floridanus, v. 214

frugivorus, v. 229

furunculus, v. 235

giganteus, iii. 126; v. 223

glis, iii. 71; v. 220

gregalis, v. 211

gregarius, v. 211

griseus, v. 224

Hudsonius, iii, 69; v. 217

hydrochærus, v. 270

Mus, Icria, v. 229

Indicus, v. 224

Islandicus, v. 229

jaculus, iii. 77. 143; v. 236

Javanicus, v. 224

Labradorius, v. 240

lagurus, v. 216

laniger, v. 235

laucha, v. 231

lemmus, iii. 69. 114; v. 215

leucopus, v. 232

longipes, iii. 157; v. 240

macrourus, v. 263

Malabaricus, v. 223

maritimus, iii. 79. 164; v. 242

marmotta, v. 244. 246

Maulinus, v. 248

Meridianus, v. 239

messorius, iii. 132; v. 226

microurus, v. 215

migratorius, v. 233

minutus, v. 227

monax, v. 244

muscardinus, iii. 122

musculus, iii. 73; v. 226

nigricans, v. 232

nigripes, v. 231

nitela, iii. 71

nitidula, v. 220

Noricus, v. 246

Norvegicus, v. 215. 224

Orientalis, v. 228

parvulus, v. 227

pendulinus, v. 227

Perchal, v. 232

phœus, iii. 76; v. 234

ponticus, v. 259

porcellus, v. 271

pumilio, v. 211

rattus, iii. 73; v. 225

rufus, v. 230

rutilus, v. 210

quercinus, v. 220

saccatus, v. 235

sagitta, iii. 77; v. 236

setifer, v. 229

seu Cuniculus Americanus et Guineensis, v. 271

socialis, v. 211

songarus, iii. 76; v. 234

sorex, v. 226

soricinus, v. 228

striatus, v. 228

subtilis, v. 227

Sumatrensis, v. 224

sualica, v. 246

sylvaticus, iii. 74. 132; v. 225

sylvestris, v. 224

sylvestris, Americanus, v. 191. 271

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Mus, tamaricinus, iii. 155; v. 239

talpinus, v. 216

terrestris, v. 209. 211

torquatus, v. 217

typhlus, iii. 78; v. 241

vagua, v. 227

zibethicus, iii. 67; v. 208

Musang, ii. 416

brilan, v. 159

Musaraigne, ii. 172; v. 102

à queue de rat, v. 104

d'eau, v. 102

dorée, v. 108

plaron, v. 103

taupe, v. 107

Musaraignes, ii. 172

Musc, v. 153

Muscardin, iii. 72; v. 221

volant, v. 90

Musculus dichrurus, v. 222. 229

frugivorus, v. 221. 229

Muserain, ii. 172

Musette, ii. 17. 128

Musk, iv. 6

Indian, v. 302

Java, iv. 63

pygmeus, iv. 62; v. 303

Thibetian, iv. 60; v. 301

Musks, iv. 6. 59

Musmon, iv. 322; v. 360

Musquash, v. 208

Mustela, ii. 33; v. 119

abietinum, v. 123

abietum, ii. 294

Africana, v. 122

Alpina, v. 120

altaica, v. 120

Americana, v. 127

armelina, v. 122

barbara, il 32. 278; v. 117

Canadensis, ii. 296; v. 124

candida, v. 122

Cuja, v. 126

erminea, ii. 35; v. 122

fagorum, ii. 293

flavigula, v. 126

foina, ii. 36; v. 124

furo, ii. 34; v. 120

glauca, v. 156

gulo, ii. 276; v. 117

Guyanensis, v. 126

Hudsonica, v. 130

leucotis, v. 126

lutra, ii. 38. 312; v. 130. 132

lutra Brasiliensis, ii. 38; v. 130

lutreola, ii. 35; v. 122

lutris, ii. 39. 316; v. 132

martes, ii. 36; v. 123

Mustela, melanorhyncha, v. 125

nivalis, ii. 289; v. 121

Pennanti, ii. 297; v. 125

putorius, ii. 34; v. 120

quadricolor, v. 126

quiqui, v. 126

rufa, v. 125

Sarmatica, ii. 34

Sibirica, ii. 35; v. 122

sinuensis, ii. 297; v. 125

vison, v. 124

vulgaris, ii. 35; v. 121

xibellina, ii. 36. 294; v. 124

Mutx, v. 179

Mycetes, i. 221; v. 26

flavicaudatus, v. 27

fuscus, v. 27

niger, v. 28

rufimanus, v. 28

seniculus, v. 26

stramineus, v. 27

ursinus, v. 27

Myadeus meliceps, ii. 305; v. 129

Mygale, ii. 18. 185; v. 105

Moscovitica, ii. 189; v. 105

Pyrenaïca, ii. 190; v. 105

Myonotes pratensis, v. 214

Myopotamus, v. 223

Canariensis, v. 223

Myopteris, v. 83

Daubentonii, v. 83

Myoxcus, iii. 71. 118; v.219

Africanus, v. 221

avellanarius, v. 220

avellanarius Lalandii, v. 221

chrysurus, v. 218

Compei, v. 221

dryas, v. 220

glis, iii. 118; v. 220

guerlinguet, v. 256

murinus, v. 221

muscardinus, v. 221

nitela, v. 220

tamaricinus, v. 239

Myrmecophaga, i. lx; iii. 259. 299; v. 280

aculeata, iii. 264; v. 284

Afra, v. 279

annulata, v. 281

Capensis, iii. 259; v. 279

didactyla, iii. 261; v. 281

jubata, iii. 260. 299; v. 280

minima, v. 281

nigra, v. 280

tamandus, iii. 260; v. 280

tetradactyla, iii. 260; v. 280

tridactyla, iii. 260; v. 280

unicolor, v. 281

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NABIS, v. 321

Næmorhedine group, iv. 277

Næmorhedus, v. 352

Nærs, v. 122

Nagor, iv. 238; v. 338

Naip, v. 321

Nanguer, le, iv. 20; v. 331

Napu, iv. 63; v. 302

Nari, v. 146

Narwhal, iv. 460

common, v. 387

microcephalus, iv. 463

vulgaire, v. 387

Narwhals, iv. 437

Nasalis larvatus, v. 9

Nasique, i. 276; v. 9

Nasus, ii. 29; v. 114

fusca, v. 115

rufa, v. 114

Natantia, i. lxxix.

Neelghau, iv. 363; v. 366

Neitsek, v. 178

Neitsersoak, v 179

Nems, ii. 47; v. 157

Neotoma, iii. 160; v. 214

Floridana, iii, 160; v. 214

Neotragine group, iv. 269

Neotragus, v. 349

Nesarnack, iv. 456; v. 382

Ngria, v. 331

Niborèbi, v. 294

Nil-bundar, v. 17

Niou, iv. 22

Noctilio, ii. 8; v. 67

à ventre blanc, v. 67

albiventer, v. 68

Americana, v. 67

dorsatus, v. 67

ferrum equinum, v. 76

hare-lipped, v. 67

leporinus, v. 67

Peruvian, v. 67

rufus, v. 68

unicolor, v. 67

Noctilions, ii. 8

Noctule, ii. 13. 144; v. 89

Noerz, ii. 35

Nord caper, iv. 442. 493; v. 390

Norek, ii. 35. 291

Nots, Devonshire, iv. 340

Nougi-hari, ii. 355

Noumetje, v. 349

Nunel, v. 375

Nunni, v. 330

Nupu, v. 302

Nycteres, ii. 11

Nycteris, ii. 11; v. 79

Daubentonii, v. 80

Geoffroyii, v. 80

Nycteris, hispidus, v. 79

Javanica, v. 80

of Thebaïs, ii. 12. 137

Thebaïda, v. 80

Nycticebus, v. 47

Bengalensis, v. 47

Ceylonicus, v. 48

Javanicus, v. 48

potto, v. 49

Nycticeius, v. 98

Nyctinome, Bengal, v. 64

Brasilian, v. 65

d'Egypte, v. 64

Egyptian, ii. 8; v. 64

Murine, v. 61

Port Louis, v. 64

Nyctinomes, ii. 7

Nyctinomus, v. 64

acetabulosus, v. 64

Bengalensis, v. 64

Brasiliensis, v. 65

dilatus, v. 65

Mauritianus, v. 65

murine, v. 66

tenuis, v. 65

Nyctophilus, v. 86

Geoffroyi, v. 86

Nyentak, ii. 280

of Java, v. 118

Nylgau, iv. 21

OCELOT, ii. 53; v. 167

linked, v. 168

Ocelots, ii. 474

Octolicnus, i. 229

galago, v. 49

Odobenus, v. 185

Ogotone, iii. 226; v. 269

Oleck, ii. 158

Olen, v. 305. 308

Onager, v. 295

Once, v. 166

Ondatra, iii. 67. 106; v. 208

Ondatras, iii. 66

Onza, ii. 452; v. 164

Oont, v. 298

Opeacha, v. 295

Ophion, v. 359

Opossum, ii. 63; v. 186. 198

Axara's, v. 186

back-bearing, v. 189

Cayenne, v. 187

crab-eating, v. 187

dwarf, v. 191

four-eyed, v. 187

gray, v. 188

Javan, v. 204

lemurine, v. 197

Mexican, iii. 32; v. 188

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Opossum Molucca, v. 187

marine, ii. 66; iii. 32

murine, v. 188

naked-tailed, v. 189

New South Wales, v. 197

petaurine, v. 196

Philander, v. 188

Quica, v. 187

Seba's, v. 190

short-tailed, iii. 33; v. 190

spotted, v. 193

squirrel, v. 200

thick-tailed, v. 189

ursine, iii. 37. 52

Virginian, iii. 24; v. 186

Viverrine, v. 194

vulpine, v. 197

white-tailed, v. 196

woolly, v. 190

Orang, i. 348

l', varié, i. 254

outang, i. 207. 238; v. 5

Orangs, i. 207

Orc, iv. 455

Orca, v. 384

Orebi, v. 339

Oreillard, v. 97

Oreillards, ii. 14

Oreotragine group, iv. 245

Organisation in general, i. 11

Orico, v. 264

Ornithorynchus, iii. 264 316; v. 284

bristly, v. 284

brown, v. 285

crispatus, v. 285

fuscus, v. 285

histrix, iii. 264.314; v. 284

histrix alter, v. 284

paradoxus, iii. 265; v. 284

porcupine, iii. 314; v. 284

red, v 284

rufus, v. 284

setosus, iii. 264; v. 284

Orozo, 1', v. 235

Orthula of Mexico, v. 128

Oryctère, iii. 79

Orycterope, iii. 258

of the Cape, iii. 259

Orycteropus, iii. 258. 296; v. 279

Capensis, v. 279

Orygine group, iv. 182

Oryx, iv. 19; v. 325

Caffrarian, iv. 186; v. 326

Nubian, iv. 189; v. 327

white, iv. 188; v. 326

Otaria, v. 182

cinerea, v. 183

coronata, v. 182

Falklandica, v. 183

Otaria flavescens, v. 183

jubata, v. 184

Peronii, v. 182

pusilla, v. 182

ursina, v. 182

Otaries, ii. 58

Otter, American, ii. 38. 314; v. 130

Canadian, v. 130

Carolina, v. 131

clawless, v. 131

common, ii. 38. 312; v. 129

Brasilian, ii. 314; v. 130

Javanese, v. 132

greater, v. 130

gryze, v. 132

little, of Guyane, iii. 35

Pondicherry, v. 131

sea, ii. 39. 316; v. 132

small, of Guyane, ii. 66

smaller, ii. 291

spotted, v. 130

Trinity, v. 131

white-headed sea, ii. 316

Otters, ii. 38. 312

Ouanderou, i. 216. 284; v. 16

Ouarin, i. 222; v. 27

Ouavapavi, v. 31

Ouistiti, v. 38

common, i 226

Ouistitis, i. 225

Ounce, ii. 469

Ourebi, v. 340

Ours, v. 111

blanc, v. 112

d'Amérique, v. 112

gulaire, ii. 228

marin, v. 182

marin du Cap de Bonne Espérance, v. 182.

Ovibos, iv. 372; v. 370

moschatus, iv. 373; v. 370

Pallantis, iv. 375; v. 370

Ovis, iv. 25. 311; v. 358

Ammon, iv. 25. 316; v. 359

argali, v. 359

aries, iv. 324; v. 361

montana, iv. 26; v. 354. 359

musmon, iv. 322; v. 360

pudu, v. 355

pygargus, iv. 318; v. 359

tragelaphus, iv. 26.319; v. 359

Ox, iv. 28

Alderney, iv. 424

Bornou, iv. 426

Cape, v. 371

common, iv. 28

domestic, iv. 418

fossil musk, iv. 375; v. 370

Galla, iv. 426

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Ox, Guernsey, iv. 424

Highland, iv. 423

improved Leicester, iv. 422

Lancaster, iv. 422

long-horned, iv. 422

middle-horned, iv. 422

musk, iv. 31. 373; v. 370

Orkney, iv. 423

polled, iv. 423

short-horned, iv. 422

Welsh, iv. 423

Zanga, iv. 426

Oxypterus, v. 383

PAART, berg, v. 296

mountain, v. 296

Paca Brasiliensibus, v. 273

brown, iii. 247; v. 273

femelle, v. 273

yellow, v. 273

Pacas, iii. 95

Paco, iv. 6. 57; v. 299

Pacos, v. 299

Pacasse, v. 372

Pachydermata, i. lxxvii; iii. 323; v. 285 suppl. to the, iii. 345

Pag, v. 273

Pagasse, v. 371

Pague, v. 273

Palæotherium, iii. 338

Paletuveirs, v. 317

Pallah, iv. 219; v. 334

Palmiste, iii. 84; v. 253

Pangolin, v. 282

à queue courte, v. 282

Pangolins, iii. 261

Panther, ii 51.459; v. 165

black, ii. 53

of antiquity, v. 165

of exhibitors, v. 164

of the ancients, ii. 466

Panthère, v. 165

femelle, v. 164

mâle, v. 165

Papio, i. 339. 349; v. 274

apedia, v. 23

cinerea, v. 22

comatus, v. 20

cynocephalus, v. 20

leucophœus, v. 22

mormon, v. 21

niger, v. 23

Pennantii, v. 23

porcarius, v. 20

Silenus, v. 16

sublutea, v. 22

sus, v. 21

sylvicola, v. 22

Papion, i. 218; v. 20

Papion, à perruque, i. 218; v. 21

black, i. 218

noir, v. 20

petit, v. 20

short-tailed, i. 219

Paracyon, v. 192

Paradoxurus, ii. 412; v. 158

albifrons, v. 160

aureus, v. 159

common, v. 158

golden, v. 159

prehensile, v. 159

prehensilis, v. 159

typus, ii. 412; v. 158

Paræiasta, v. 121

Pardalis of the ancients, ii. 51

Paresseux pentadactyle du Bengale, v. 47

Parrah, v. 312

Passan, iv. 19; v. 326

Patas, i. 211. 261; v. 13

à queue courte, i. 217; v. 18

Patira, iii. 334

Pay, v. 273

Peba, v. 276

Pecari, v. 290

Pecary, iii. 333

collared, iii. 412; v. 289

with collar, iii 334

Pecora, i. lx. lxxvi.; iv. 1; v. 296

Pedetes, iii. 80. 164; v. 242

Capensis, v. 243

Pedimana, i. lxxvii.

Pegasse, iv. 386

Pegasus, v. 372

Pekan, ii. 37; v. 124

Pelage, v. 179

Pelandok, iv. 66; v. 302

Perameles, ii. 68; iii. 38; v. 194

Bougainvillia, v. 195

nasuta, ii. 69; iii. 39; v. 195

obesula, iii. 39; v. 195

with pointed muzzle, ii. 69

Perouasca, ii. 34

Petaurista Cookii, v. 198

flaviventer, v. 199

large-tailed, v. 199

macroura, v. 199

pygmæa, v. 200

sciurea, v. 199

squirrel, v. 199

taguanoides, v. 198

yellow-bellied, v. 199

Petauristæ, iii. 43

Petaurus, ii. 71

flaviventer, v. 199

macrourus, v. 199

Peronii, v. 200

sciureus, v. 200

southern, v. 199

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Petaurus taguanoides, v. 199

Pfang, v. 372

Pflokfisch, v. 390

Phalanger, bear-like, v. 197

Cook's, ii. 71; iii. 42; v. 198

dwarf, v. 198

femelle, v. 196

flying dwarf, ii. 72; iii. 44

fox-like, ii. 71; v. 197

great-flying, ii. 72; iii. 44

long-tailed flying, ii. 72; iii. 45

male, v. 196

red, v. 196

spotted, v. 196

tauguanoides, v. 199

volant, grand, v. 199

volant à grande queue, v. 199

vulpine, iii. 41

yellow-tufted, v. 197

Phalangers, ii. 70; iii. 40

flying, ii. 71; iii 43

Phalangiata, ii. 70; v. 196

alba, v. 196

chrysorrhu, v. 197

Cookii, iii. 42; v. 198

maculata, v. 196

nans, v. 198

Papuensis, v. 196

Peronii, v. 200

petaurus, v. 199

pygmæa, v. 200

rufa, v. 196

sciurea, v. 200

ursina, v. 197

vulpina, v. 197

Phascochærus, iii. 333; v. 289

Africanus, v. 289

Phascogale, v. 194

minimus, v. 194

penicillata, v. 194

Phascolarctos, v. 204

fuscus, iii. 50; v. 205

koala, v. 205

Phascolomes, ii. 77

Phascolomys, ii. 77; iii. 52; v. 205

fusca, v. 206

wombat, v. 206

Phatagin, iii. 262; v. 282

Phattager, v. 282

Phé, le, v. 234

Philander, v. 187

Africanus, v. 188

maximus Orientalis, v. 187

Philandre de Surinam, v. 188

Philantomba, v. 349

Phoca, ii. 56; v. 175

Ansonii, v. 180, 181

barbata, v. 178

Byronii, ii. 509; v. 181

Phoca Coxii, v. 181

cristata, ii. 58. 507; v. 179

discolor, v. 177

fœtida, v. 178

Falklandica, v. 183

fasciata, v. 181

flavescens, v. 183

Groënlandica, ii. 57

hispids, v. 178; v. 177. 181

jubata, ii. 59. 508; v. 184

lagura, v. 177. 181

leonina, ii. 58; v. 179

leporina, v. 176. 181

leptonyx, ii. 507; v. 178. 181

lupina, v. 181

maculata, v. 176

major, v. 178

mitrata, v. 179

monachus, ii. 58; v. 178

oceanica, v. 177

Peronii, v. 182

proboscidea, v. 180

pusilla, ii. 59. 508; v. 182

semilunaris, v. 177

testudinea, v. 181

ursina, ii. 59. 509; v. 182

vitulina, ii. 57; v. 176. 181

vitulina Bothionica, v. 176

Caspica, v. 176

Sibirica, v. 176

Phocæ, ii. 495

Phocæna, iv. 436; v. 383

Pholidolus longicaudatus, v. 282

Phoque à museau ridé, v. 181

à ventre blanc, v. 178

commune, v. 176

des Patagona, v. 180

grand, v. 178

nutsoak, v. 178

petit, v. 182

Phylacis, ii. 68

Phyllostoma, ii. 8; v. 68

crenulatum, ii. 10; v. 68

elongatum, v. 69

hastatum, v. 69

lilium, v. 71

lineatum, v. 70

perspicillatum, ii. 127

planirostra, v. 69

rotundum, v. 70

soricinum, ii. 128; v. 73

spectrum, ii. 126; v. 71

Phyllostomes, ii. 8

Physalus, iv. 469; v. 388

Physeter, iv. 438; v. 327

catodon, iv. 469; v. 388

dorso pinnâ longâ, v. 388

macrocephalus, v. 388

microps, v. 388

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Physester sulcatus, v. 369

trumpo, v. 388

Physeters, iv. 440, 469

Pichiy, iii. 293

Picka, v. 269

Pig, Guinea, iii. 93; v. 270

of Guinea, iii. 406

of New Guinea, v. 288

Siamese, iii. 406

Turkish, iii. 406

Pika, iii. 222; v. 269

calling, iii. 227

grey, iii. 226; v. 269

Pilosello, v. 154

Pinche, i. 226

Pinnipeda, i. lxxix.

Pipistrelle, ii. 13. 151; v. 89

Pithecia, i. 224; v. 35

chiropotes, v. 36

leucocephala, v. 37

melanocephala, v. 37

miriquonina, v. 36

monachus, v. 37

ochrocephala, v. 37

rufibarba, v. 36

rufiventer, i. 225; v. 36

satanas, v. 35

Pithecus, i. 207. 348; v. 5. 18, 19

agilis, v. 7

inuus, v. 19

lar, v. 6

leuciscus, v. 6

nemestrinus, v. 18

rhesus, v. 18

satyrus, v. 5

variegatus, v. 6

Wurmbii, v. 5

Pithèque, v. 19

Plantigrades, i. lxxvii.; ii. 25. 217; v. 111

Platogna, v. 306

Platyceros, v. 306

Platycerine group, iv. 84

Platypus, iii. 264

anatinus, v. 284

duck-billed, v. 285

Platypyga, v. 271

Platyrhinque, v. 184

Plecotus, ii. 14; v. 96

auritus, v. 96

barbastellus, v. 97

Maugei, v. 97

Timoriensis, v. 98

velatus, v. 98

Poëphagus, v. 375

Pointer, ii. 41. 335; v. 139

Poisson à sabre, v. 384

Polatouche, iii. 191; v. 259

barbed, v. 260

Polatouche flèche, v. 260

Sapan, v. 259

Polatouches, iii. 84

Polecat, v. 120

Alpine, v. 120

Cape, ii. 35. 291

common, ii. 34. 285

of Catesby, v. 128

of Kalm, v. 127

of Poland, ii. 34

of Siberia, ii. 35

of the northern rivers, ii. 35

radiated, ii. 46

water, ii. 291

Polecats, ii. 34. 285

Pollicata, i. ixxviii.

Pone, le, v. 224

Pongo, i. 295. 351; v. 5

Pongos, i. 220

Poodle, v. 138

Pope, v. 114

Porcellus Indicus, v. 271

Porc-épic, v. 262

de Malacca, v. 262

Porcupine, Brazilian, v. 264

brush-tailed, iii. 207; v. 262

Canada, iii. 206; v. 263

crested, v. 261

common, iii. 87

hairy, iii. 88

iridescent, v. 263

long-tailed, v. 262

Malacca, iii. 207

maned, iii. 87

Marsden's, v. 262

Mexican, v. 263

pencillated tail, iii. 88; v. 262

prehensile-tailed, iii. 88. 208

rice-tailed, v. 262

Porcupines, iii. 87

Porcus, v. 288

aculeatus, v. 101

aculeatus sylvestris, v. 263

Porpoise, iv. 453

Porpus, v. 383

common, iv. 436

Porpusses, iv. 436

Portacine group, iv. 362

Portax, v. 366

Poto, ii. 262

Potoroo, ii. 74; iii. 46

Potorous, v. 200

Lesuerii, v. 201

murinus, v. 201

Peronii, v. 201

Potot, v. 115

Potto, v. 29; v. 49. 115

Pottos caudivolvulus, v. 115

Prensiculantia, i. lxxviii.

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Presbytis, v. 7

mitrula, v. 7

Press, ii. 214

Primates, i. lx.

Priodontes, v. 277

Prionodon, ii. 412; v. 160

gracilis, ii. 412; v. 160

Proboscidea, v. 87

rivalis, v. 87

river, v. 87

rock, v. 87

saxatilis, v. 87

Prochilus ursinus, v. 113

Procyon, ii. 28. 246; v. 113

cancrivorus, ii. 252; v. 114

lotor, v. 114

Prosimia, v. 44

albifrons, v. 46

albimanus, v. 45

catta, v. 44

cinereus, v. 47

collaris, v. 46

fulvus, v. 45

macaco, v. 44

mongooz, v. 45

niger, v. 45

nigrifrons, v. 46

ruber, v. 44

rufus, v. 46

Proteles, v. 155

Lalandii, v. 156

Pseudotoma, v. 235

Pteromys, iii. 84. 190; v. 259

bright, v. 260

genibarbis, iii. 194; v. 260

lepidus, v. 261

nitidus, v. 260

petaurista, v. 260

sagitta, v. 260

Sibiricus, v. 259

volucella, v. 259

Pteropus, ii. 4. 102; v. 54

Ægyptiacus, ii. 6; v. 57

amplexicaudatus, ii. 6. 108; v. 57

edulis, ii. 5. 104; v. 54

Edwardsii, ii. 5; v. 55

fuscus, v. 55

griseus, ii. 6. 108; v. 55

Javanicus, ii. 105; v. 54

Leschenaultii, v. 56

marginatus, ii. 6; v. 57

minimus, ii. 6. 108; v. 58

palliatus, ii. 110; v. 58

rostratus, v. 56

rubricollis, ii. 5; v. 55

stramineus, ii. 6. 108; v. 57

vulgaris, ii. 5; v. 55

Puant of Lepage, v. 127

Pug, v. 142

bastard, ii. 338

Puma, ii. 52. 436; v. 163

Putois, v. 120

du Cap, v. 123

rayé des Indes, v. 155

Putorii, ii. 285

Putorius, ii. 34; v. 119

Alpinus, v. 120

Altaica, v. 120

erminea, v. 122

lutreola, v. 122

nudipes, v. 121

Sarmatica, v. 121

Sibirica, v. 122

vulgaris, v. 120

sorilla, v. 123

Putsche, v. 305

pygargon, 359

Pygathrix nemæus, v. 9

Pyrame, v. 137

QUACCHA, v. 295

Quachi Valmont de Bomare, v. 115

Quadrumana, i. lxxvii. 205; v. 4

addit. remarks on the, i, 332

suppl. on the, i. 231

Quantla mazame, v. 315

Qu'araho, v. 371

Quatreœil, v. 187

Quatto, v. 24

Quica, v. 187

Quickhatch, v. 117

Quocuya, v. 223

Quouiya d'Azara, iii. 73

RABBIT, iii. 90. 216; v. 266

American, iii. 91

Angora, v. 266

collared, v. 268

long-nosed, v. 271

of Aroe, ii. 76

Russian, v. 266

Siberian, iii. 90

Racoon, ii. 246; v. 114

brown-throated, v. 114

common, ii. 246

crab, ii. 252; v. 114

crab-eater, ii. 29

of the Anglo-Americans, ii. 28

yellow, v. 114

Racoonda, v. 222

Racoons, ii. 28

Rangifer, v. 304

Rangiferine group, iv. 79

Raphicerine group, iv. 252

Raphicerus, v. 342

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Rasse, ii. 383; v. 153

Rat à bande noire, v. 227

Alexandrian, v. 225

Angouya, v. 230

Baikal, v. 211

bandicote, iii. 126

black, v. 225. 232

black-footed, v. 231

blind, iii. 101

bristle-bearing, v. 229

brown, iii. 74. 128; v. 224

Canada, v. 235

Caraco, v. 224

common, iii. 73; v. 225

Daurian, v. 216

d'eau, v. 209

de Madagascar, v. 48

Donovan's, v. 230

Egyptian, v. 232

fauve, v. 227

field, iii. 132

fifth of Azara, v. 230

first of Azara, v. 218

Florids, iii. 160

fourth of Azara, v. 231

great-headed, v. 231

hamster, v. 233

hare-tailed, v. 216

Hudson's Bay, v. 217

Iceland, v. 229

Indian, v. 225

kanguroo, ii. 73, 74; iii. 46; v. 201

Laucha, v. 231

long-eared, v. 231

long-legged, iii. 158

Malabar, v. 223

meadow, v. 209

moles, iii. 77

musk, v. 208

musk, of Canada, iii. 67

musqué de Canada, v. 208

nain, v. 211

Norway, v. 224

œconomic, v. 210

palmiste, v. 253

Perchal, iii. 74; v. 232

Pharaoh's, ii. 47; v. 156

Potooroo, v. 201

pouched, iii. 134

prickly, of Azara, iii. 71

red, of Azara, v. 230

ringed, v. 217

rock, v. 210

Russian musk, ii. 18

sand, v. 234

second, of Azara, v. 231

seventh, of Azara, v. 231

Sitnic, v. 227

Rat, sixth, of Azara, v. 231

sky-coloured, v. 214

small field, iii. 68

social, v. 211

Songar, v. 234

spiny, v. 218

Surinam, v. 196

tamarisk, v. 239

third, v. 230

two-coloured tailed, v. 229

water, iii. 67; v. 209

wood, v. 232

wood, of Cayenne, v. 256

wood, of Raffinesque, v. 232

volant, v. 83

Yaik, v. 233

zaryzin, v. 234

Ratel, ii. 33; v. 118

Ratellus, v. 118

Raton Crabier, v. 114

Rats, iii. 66. 126

American spineless, v. 230

kanguroo, ii. 73; iii. 46

spineless, of the old continent, v. 223

spiny, iii. 117; v. 232

Rattel ii. 279; v. 118

Redunca, v. 337

Reduncine group, iv. 237

Rehe rehbock, v. 314

Remau-dahan, v. 164

Renard, v. 147

argenté, v. 148

gris, v. 148

noir, v. 148

Renne, v. 305

Renuthies, v. 305

Reptantia, i. lxxix.

Rheebock, red, iv. 239

riet, iv. 241

Rhesus, i. 217. 289; v. 18

Rhinoceros, iii. 336. 419; v. 290

Africanus, iii. 337; v. 291

bicornis, iii. 422; v. 291

bicornis Sumatrensis, v. 291

Camperis, v. 291

camus, v. 292

Indian, iii. 336. 424; v. 290

Indicus, iii. 336; v. 290

simus, v. 292

sinusis, iii. 428

Sondaicus, v. 291

Sumatran, two-horned, v. 291

of Sumatra, iii. 336; v. 291

Sumatrensis, iii. 336; v. 291

two-horned, iii. 422

unicornis, v. 290

Rhinolophe cruminifera, v. 77

Rhinolophi, ii. 11

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Rhinolophus, ii. 11; v. 75

afflnis, v. 78

bifer, ii. 11

bihastatus, v. 76

deformis, v. 79

diadema, v. 77

ferrum equinum, v. 76

ferrum equinum minor, v. 76

larvatus, v 78

major, v. 76

marsupialis, v. 77

minor, v. 78

nobilis, v. 78

purse, ii. 119

speoros, ii. 119; v. 77

tridens, v. 77

unihastatus, v. 76

vulgaris, v. 78

Rhinopoma, v. 80

Carolinensis, v. 81

microphylla, v. 80

Rhinopome microphyle, ii. 12; v. 80

Rhinopomes, ii. 12

Rietbock, iv. 237

Rimau bulu, ii. 484; v. 171

Dahan, ii. 451

Rishya, v. 367

Rodentia, i. lxxvii.; iii. 61; v. 207

suppl. to the, iii. 96

Roe, Tartarian, iv. 122; v. 313

Roebuck, iv. 124; v. 314

American, v. 317

fossil, iv. 126

of Europe, iv. 13

of India, iv. 13

of Tartary, iv. 13

Roloway, i. 212; v. 13

Rona, le, v. 211

Rosmarus, v. 185

Indicus, v. 380

Rossomak, ii. 31

Rougette, v. 55

of Buffon, ii. 5. 107

Roussette, v. 55

à oreilles bordées, v. 58

amplexicaude, v. 57

black, ii. 5

bordered, v. 57

of Buffon, ii. 5

collared, ii. 5

common, ii. 107; v. 55

eatable, ii. 104

of Edwards, ii. 5. 107; v. 55

Egyptian, v. 57

grey, ii. 108; v. 55

kiodote, v. 58

long-tailed, v. 57

mantled, ii. 110; v. 58

red-collared, v. 55

Roussette, red-necked, ii. 107

spotted, v. 56

Roussettes, ii. 4. 13. 102

Ruminantia, i. lxxvii; iv. 1; v. 296

suppl. to the, iv. 33

Ruminants with hollow horns, iv. 15

Rupicapra, v. 353

Americana, v. 354

Rupicaprine group, iv. 281

Ruru, v. 312

Rusa, v. 309. 311

black, of Bengal, iv. 110

Etam, female of, v. 311

Gona, iv. 108; v. 310

great, iv. 105; v. 309

group, iv. 104

Malayan, iv. 112

of Malacca, iv. 115; v. 311

of the Mariannas, iv. 115; v. 311

of Timor, iv. 114; v. 311

Ubi, v. 320

Rytina, iv. 432

Ryzæna, ii. 48. 404; v. 158

SABBEL, v. 124

Sable, ii. 36. 294; v. 124

le, v. 234

Saccopteryx lepturus, v. 82

Sægau, v. 305

Sagoin, i. 351; v. 33

black-handed, v. 34

Jacchus, i. 351

mitred, v. 34

ouistiti, i. 351

ruffed, v. 32

Saguinus ursulus, v. 41

Sai, i. 223; v. 32

à gorge blanche, v. 32 var., v. 29

Saiga, iv. 17. 226

Saija, v. 313

Saimiri, i. 224. 307; v. 33

Sajou, i. 223; v. 29

brun, v. 29

brun var., v. 30

cornu, v. 32

grey, v. 29

gris, v. 29

horned, i. 224. 307

Saki, v. 36, 37

black, i. 225

hand-drinking, v. 36

red-bearded, v. 36

red-bellied, i. 225

yellow-headed, v. 37

Saladang, iii. 434

Salientia, i. lxxviii.

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Sanglier, iii. 331; v. 288

à masque, v. 288

d'Afrique, v. 269

de Madagascar, iii. 332; v. 288

du Cap, v. 289

masked, iii. 332

Sanglin, v. 38

Sapajou, bearded, v. 29

black, v. 30

crowned, v. 32

nè;gre, v. 30

ouavapavi, v. 31

paniscus, i. 351

spectacle, v. 31

varied, v. 30

yellow, v. 30

yellow-chested, v. 31

Sapajous, i. 221

common, i. 222

Sapan, iii. 192

Saricovienne, la, v. 118

de la Guyane, v. 130

Sarigue, ii. 63; v. 187

à long poil, v. 186

crab-eating, iii. 30

de Cayenne, v. 187

des Illinois, v. 186

four-eyed, ii. 65; iii. 31

great, of Cayenne, ii. 65

middle-sized, ii. 65

with bicoloured ears, ii. 64

Sarigues, ii. 63

Sarigues à oreilles bicolores, v. 186

Sariguoi, ii. 63

Sasi, v. 337

Sasin, v. 337

Sassasby, iv. 352. 363

Saumer, iv. 110; v. 310

Sauteur des rochers, v. 340

Scalope, ii. 190

of Canada, ii. 91. 191

Scalopes, ii. 19. 174

Scalops, ii. 191; v. 107

Canadensis, ii. 191; v. 107

Schakal, v. 146

Barbary, v. 146

Cape, v. 146

Schelch, v. 306

Schermaus, v. 212

Sciuropterus, v. 259

Sciurus, iii. 82. 172; v. 248

Abyssinicus, v. 258

æstuans, v. 256

affinis, iii. 188; v. 251

albiceps, v. 251

albovittatus, v. 257

Alpinus, iii. 176; v. 249

annulatus, iii. 190; v. 257

anomalus, v. 258

Sciurus avellanarius, v. 221

bicolor, iii. 180; v. 251

bilineatus, v. 251

bivittatus, v. 257

Braziliensis, v. 257

capistratus, iii. 81; v. 253

Carolinensis, v. 254

Ceylonensis, v. 250

Ceylonicus, v. 250

cinereus, iii. 83. 177 v. 254

Virginianus major, v. 254

Clarkii, v. 255

degus, v. 221

Dschinchicus, v. 257

epilepticus, v. 220

erythræus, v. 258

erythropus, v. 257

felenus, v. 259

Finlaysonii, v. 252

flavus, v. 258

Getulus, iii. 83. 185; v. 228. 253

Ginginianus, v. 250

glis, v. 220

grammurus, v. 255

Hudsonius, iii. 84

Indicus, v. 258

insignis, iii. 187; v. 250

Javanensis, v. 251

lateralis, v. 255. 259

Leschenaultii, v. 251

Ludoviciana, v. 254

macrourus, iii. 83; v. 250. 255

Madagascariensis, iii. 80; v. 51. 250

magnicaudatus, v. 255

maximus, iii. 83. 184; v. 249

melanotus, v. 259

nigrovittatus, v. 252

palmarum, iii. 84; v. 252

penicillata, v. 253

Persicus, v. 258

petaurista, v. 260

phaiopus, v. 259

platani, v. 251

Prevostii, v. 250

pusillus, v. 256

quadrivittatus, v. 255

quercinus, v. 220

ruber, v. 259

rubrilineatus, v. 254

rufiventer, v. 254

sagitta, iii. 85. 194; v. 260

striatus, iii. 84

tamaricinus, v. 239

tenuis, iii. 188; v. 252

tridecim lineatus, iii. 171; v. 247

variegatus, v. 253

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Sciurus vittatus, v. 257

volans, lit 35. 191; v. 259

volucella, iii. 85. 191; v. 259

vulgaris, iii. 82; v. 249

Zeylonicus, v. 250

Scotophilus, v. 84

Kuhlii, v. 84

Scythicus volans, v. 259

Seal, bearded, v. 178

black, v. 181

bottle-nosed, ii. 58; v. 181

brown-eared, ii. 509

common, ii. 57; v. 176. 181

cowled, v. 179

crescent, ii. 57

eared, v. 183

Falkland Island, v. 183

fetid, v. 178

great, v. 178

Greek, v. 179

Greenland, v. 177

hare, v. 176

harp, v. 177

hooded, ii. 58. 507

leonine, v. 184

little, ii. 509

long-necked, v. 181

maned, ii. 59

Mediterranean, v. 179

Peron's, v. 180

proboscis, v. 180

red, v. 179

red-eared, ii. 509

ribbon, v. 181

small-clawed, v. 178

speckled, v. 181

spotted, v. 181

tiger, v. 181

tortoise-headed, v. 181

two-coloured, v. 177

white-bellied, ii. 58

white-tailed, v. 177

wolf, v. 181

yellow, ii. 59

Seals, ii. 56. 495

king of v. 181

Segh, v. 306

Seloc, v. 375

Semnopithecus, v. 9

comatus, v. 10

entellus, v. 10

Maurus, v. 10

melalophus, v. 10

pruinosus, v. 10

Seraph, v. 321

Seraphah, v. 321

Serotine, ii. 150

de la Guyane, grande, v. 91

great, v. 91

Serval, ii. 481; v. 167

Setiger ecaudatus, v. 109

inauris, v. 109

variegatus, v. 109

Setter, ii. 333

Sewellel, v. 245

Sheep, the, iv. 25

Ardennoise, iv. 342

Astracan, iv. 329

Barbary, iv. 328

bearded, iv. 319

big-horned, iv. 318

black-faced heath, iv. 337

Cheviot, iv. 341

Circassian, iv. 330

Congo, iv. 326

Cretan, iv. 331

Dishley, iv. 340

domestic, iv. 324; v. 361

Dorset, iv. 337

dun-faced, iv. 338

Egyptian broad-tailed, iv. 328

fat-nimped, iv. 330

Flemish, iv. 341

goitered, iv. 327

Guinea, iv. 326

Hardwicke, iv. 341

Hebridean, iv. 339

Herefordshire, iv. 338. 340

Hottentot broad-tailed, iv. 327

long-legged, iv. 325

many-horned, iv. 331

Merino, iv. 332

Morocco, iv. 326

Mysore, iv. 330

New Leicester, iv. 340

Norfolk, iv. 337

Roussillonne, iv. 342

South Down, iv. 340

Solognot, iv. 341

Teeswater, iv. 340

Wallachian, iv. 332

wild, v. 359

Wiltshire, iv. 338

Zetland, iv. 339

Shial, v. 375

Shrew, Cape, ii. 183; v. 103

collared, v. 104

common, ii. 17; v. 102

Daubenton's, ii. 177

flat-tailed, v. 102

Indian, ii. 183; v. 103

musk, v. 105

oared, ii. 182; v. 163

rat-tailed, ii. 184; v. 104

square-tailed, v. 102

streaked, v. 103

striped, ii. 181

Tuscan, v. 104

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Shrew, water, ii. 18. 177; v. 102

white-toothed, ii. 181; v. 103

Shrews, ii. 17. 172

Si-nyn, v. 375

Siagous, ii. 490

Siamang, i. 255; v. 6

Sicista, v. 228

Sigmodon, v. 213

Sikistan, v. 227

Simia, i. 206. 339. 348. 350; v. 4. 19

Æthiops, i. 211; v. 16

agrias, v. 5

amicta, v. 34

apedia, v. 23

apella, i. 223; v. 29

argentata, i. 227; v. 40

Atys, v. 16

auritus, v. 39

aygula, i. 216

Belzebuth, i. 222. 305; v. 27

capileats, i. 278

capucina, i. 223; v. 32

cephus, i. 213; v. 12

chiropotes, v. 36

cinerea, v. 23

comosa, v. 8

cyanocephala, i. 216; v. 18. 20

cynomolgus, i. 216; v. 18

cynosurus, i. 212; v. 14

dentata, v. 11

Diana, i. 212; v. 13

Diana faunus, v. 13

entellus, i. 210; v. 10

erythrea, i. 217. 290; v. 18

fatuellus, i. 224; v. 31

faunus, i. 212; v. 14

ferox, v. 16

ferruginea, v. 8

flava, v. 30

fuliginosa, i. 211

fusca, v. 19

Geoffroyi, v. 39

Hamadryas, i. 218; v. 21

humeralifer, v. 39

hypoleuca, v. 32

inuus, i. 215; v. 19

Jacchus, i. 226; v. 38

lagothricha, v. 26

lar, i. 208; v. 6

leonina, i. 216; v. 16. 42

leucisca, i. 209. 258; v. 6

leucophœa, i. 219; v. 22

longimana, i. 253; v. 6

lugens, i. 320; v. 33

maimon, i. 219; v. 21

Maura, i. 211

melalophua, v. 10

melanocephala, i. 318; v. 38

Midas, i. 226; v. 40

Simia, mona, i. 212; v. 12 .

monacha, i. 212; v. 12

mormon, i. 219; v. 21

nasalis, v. 9

nasica, i. 213; v. 9

nemæa, i. 214; v. 9

nemeatrina, i. 217 v. 18

nictitans, i. 213; v. 12

nigra, v. 13

ŒEdipus, i. 226; v. 43

paniacus, i. 223; v. 24

patas, v. 13

peraonata, v. 33. 275

petaurista, i. 213; v. 13

pileata, v. 12

pithecia, i. 225; v. 36

pithecus, i. 215; v. 19

platypygos, i. 217; v. 19

polycomus, v. 7

porcaria, i. 218; v. 20

pygmæa, v. 4

roloway, v. 13

rosalia, i. 226; v. 42

rubra, i. 211

Sabæa, i. 212; v. 14

sangulata, v. 35

satanas, i. 225. 318

satyra, i. 207

satyrus, i. 350; v. 4

sciurea, i. 224; v. 33

seniculus, i. 222; v. 26

silenus, i. 216. 285; v. 16

silvanus, i. 215; v. 19

Sinica, i. 216; v. 17

sphyngiola, i. 218; v. 20

sphynx, i. 218; v. 21

sublutea, v. 22

syndactyla, i. 255; v. 6.

sylvestris, i. 219

sylvicola, v. 22

talapoin, v. 11

trivirgata, i. 313

trepida, v. 30

Troglodytes, i. 209; v. 4

ursina, i. 218; v. 20

veter, v. 11

villosa, v. 10

Simpai, v. 10

Simung, v. 132

Sinæthere, v. 264

prehensilis, v. 264

Singe à queue de Cochon, v. 18, 19

cheiropotes, i. 316

de Moco, i. 218; v. 21

de nuit, v. 36

de Wurmb. v. 5

noir, i. 218; v. 20

vert, v. 14

Sins ring, ii. 212

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Sirèn, iv. 432

Sirenia, v. 377

Skunk, v. 127

Sleeper, v. 221

Sloth, New Holland, v. 205

of Bengal, i. 229

three-toed, v. 274

two-toed, v. 275

uniform, v. 113

ursine, ii. 238

Sloths, iii. 252. 266

Sobol, v. 124

Solidungula, i. lxxvi. lxxviii.

Solipeda, i. lxxvii.

Solipedes, iii. 340

Soora Goy, v. 375

Sorex, ii. 17. 172; v. 101

aquadcus, ii. 19. 174. 191; v. 105. 107

araneus, ii. 17; v. 102

araneus maximus, v. 104

araneus maximus Capensis, ii. 184

auratus, ii. 174

Brasiliensis, ii. 174; v. 105

cœcutiens, v. 104

Capensis, v. 103

carinatus, ii. 178; v. 102

collaris, v. 104

constrictus, ii. 179; v. 102

cristatus, ii. 23. 174. 210; v. 106. 110

cunicularis, v. 103

Daubentonii, ii. 173; v. 102

Etruscus, v. 104

exilis, v. 104

fodiens, ii. 18; v. 102

glis, v. 106

Javanica, ii. 211

Indicus, ii. 183; v. 103

leucodon, ii. 181; v. 103

lineatus, ii. 181; v. 103

minimus, v. 104

minutus, v. 104

moschatus, ii. 18. 174; v. 105

Moschoviticus, v. 105

murinus, v, 104

myosurus, ii. 184; v. 104

pusillus, v. 105

pygmæus, v. 104

remifer, ii. 182; v. 103

surinamensis, ii. 174

tetragonurus, ii. 178; v. 102

Souslik, iii. 81. 169; v. 246

Spalax, iii. 77. 160

major, v. 241

microphthalmus, v. 241

minor, v. 216

vittata, v. 242

Spaniel, ii. 41. 332; v. 136

Alpine, ii. 333; v. 137

great water, ii. 334

King Charles', v. 137

little, v. 137

Newfoundland, v. 137

smaller, ii. 333

Spasm of Ternate, ii. 11

Spatling, v. 88

Spermophilus, v. 246

Sphiggurus, v. 264

hairy, v. 264

spiny, v. 264

villosus, v. 264

Springbock, iv. 17

Squirrel, allied, v. 251

Alpine, iii. 176; v. 249

annulated, v. 257

aye aye, v. 51

Barbary, iii. 185; v. 253

barking, v. 248

black, v. 253

black banded, v. 252

Bokol, v. 256

burrowing, v. 245

Carolina, iii. 177; v. 254

Ceylon, v. 250

Chilian, v. 221.

Clarke's, v, 255.

common, iii. 82. 172; v. 249

common flying, v. 259

European flying, v. 259

federation, v. 247

Finlayson's, v. 252

flying, iii. 85. 194; v. 259

four banded, v. 255

Georgian, v. 258

gingi, iii. 189; v. 256

grey, iii. 83. 177; v. 254

great, iii. 184; v. 249

ground, iii. 84; v. 247

guerlinguet, v. 256

of Hudson's Bay, iii. 84

Javan, v. 251

large, iii. 83

large-tailed, v. 255

Leschenault's, iii. 179; v. 251

Lewis's, iii. 190; v. 257

line-tailed, v. 255

long tailed, v. 250

Madagascar, v. 250

masked, iii. 83. 178; v. 253

Mexican, v. 258

Norfolk Island, v. 200

palm, iii. 185; v. 252

plantain, v. 261. 258

Prevost's, v. 250

red-bellied, v. 254

red river, v. 254

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Squirrel, ruddy, v. 258

sailing, v. 260

Siberian flying, iii. 191

side marked, v. 255

slender, v. 252

two banded, v. 257

two coloured, v. 251

two rayed, v. 251

white striped, v. 253

Squirrels, iii. 82

Stag, iv. 8. 90; v. 307

of America, v. 308

Barbary, v. 307

Canadian, iv. 12. 96

Cape, iv. 18

common, iv. 11

Corsican, v. 307

fossil of America, iv. 104; v. 309

great water, v. 311

Indian, iv. 12

Jamboe, v. 311

of Louisiana, iv. 12

Nepaul, iv. 103; v. 309

north-western, iv. 101; v. 308

of Virginia, iv. 12

Steatopyga, iv. 330

Steenbock, iv. 248

Vlackte, iv. 249

Stellere, v. 380

northern, v. 380

Stelleres, iv. 432. 448; v. 380

Borealis, v. 380

Stematope, v. 179

Stenoderma, v. 66

rufa, v. 67

Stenoderme, v. 67

roux, v. 67

Stenodermes, ii. 8.

Stenops, i. 229; v. 47

Bengalensis, v. 47

gracilis, v. 47

Stentor flavicaudatus, v. 27

fuscus, v. 27.

niger, v. 28

seniculus, v. 26

stramineus, v. 27

ursinus, v. 27

Stepnie barani, v. 359

Stoat, v. 122

Strepsiceros, iv. 359; v. 328

Strepsicerotine group, iv. 359

Stylocerine group, iv. 143

Stylocerus, v. 319

Subr, v. 373

Subulo, v. 318

Subulonine group, iv. 139

Suhah, v. 336

Sukerksn le, v. 216

Sulok, v. 336

Sulgam, vi. 269

Suricata, v. 158

Capensis, v. 158

Suricate, ii. 399; v. 158

Surikate, ii. 48; v. 158

Surmulot, iii. 74. 128; v. 224

Sus, iii. 330. 401; v. 287

Africanus, iii. 332; v. 288

Angalla, v. 289

aper, v. 288

aquadcus multisulus, v. 293

babiroussa, iii. 332. 408; v. 288

ferus, v. 288

hydrochœrus, v. 270

koiroptamus, v. 288

Tajassa, iii. 334

larvatus, iii. 332. 407; v. 288

maximus palustris, v. 270

Papuensis, v. 288

scrofa, iii. 331. 402; v. 287

tagassu, v. 290

Svartside, v. 177

Swartside, ii. 57

Swine, iii. 330. 401

Swinewal, v. 388

Tachyglossus, iii. 263

Taguan, iii. 82; v. 260

Taguicati, iii. 334; v. 290

Taira, ii. 32. 278; v. 117

Taitetou, iii. 334

Tajassou, iii. 334. 413; v. 290

Takhaitze, v. 325

Talapoin, v. 11

Talpa, ii. 22. 194; v. 108

Asiatica, ii. 20. 193; v. 107

cristata, ii. 23

Europæa, ii. 23; v. 108

fusca, ii. 191; v. 107

longicaudata, v. 110

maculata, v. 108

rubra, ii. 20. 193

Sibirica aurea, v. 107

variegata, v. 108

vulgaris, v. 108

Tamandua, iii. 260. 303; v. 280

Brasiliensibus, v. 280

ganga, v. 280

Tamanoir, iii. 260; v. 280

Tamarin, i. 218. 226; v. 40

black, i. 226

leonine, v. 42

negro, v. 41

silky, v. 42

white fronted, v. 41

white lipped, v. 41

yellow fronted, v. 41

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Tamias, iii. 84

Tanrec, v. 109

jeune, v. 110

Tao, v. 327

Tapeti, iii. 221

Brasiliensis, v. 268

Taphien filet, ii. 12

perforated, ii. 12

Taphiens, ii. 12

Taphozous, ii. 12

lepturus, v. 82

Mauritianus, v. 82

perforatus, v. 82

Senegalensis, v. 81

Tapiluies, v. 294

Tapir, iii. 339; v. 293

American, iii. 431; v. 293

Americanus, iii. 340; v. 293

Indicus, v. 294

Malay, iii. 433; v. 294

Malayanus, v. 294

Mapouri, v. 293

Sumatrensis, v. 294

thick nosed, v. 270

Tapiti, v. 267

Tapoa tafa, ii. 68; v. 193. 197

Tapoo tafa, iii. 38

Tapurete Brasiliensibus, v. 293

Tarandus, v. 305

Tardigrada, i. lxxvii. lxxix.

Tardigradus, v. 274

Ceylonicus catulus, v. 275

Tardigrades, iii. 251

Tarsier, v. 50

Bankanus, v. 51

fuscomanus, v. 51

yellow headed, v. 50

Tarsiers, i. 230

Tarsius, i. 230; v. 50

Bankanus, v. 51

Daubentonii, v. 50

Fischerii, v. 51

fuscomanus, v. 51

Pallasii v. 50

spectrum, v. 50

Tartarin, i. 218; v. 21

Tatou apara, iii. 256; v. 276

black, iii. 257

eight-banded, v. 276

giant, iii. 258; v. 277

great, iii. 258; v. 277

mataco, v. 276

mulet, v. 277

mustelinus, v. 277. 282

nine banded, v. 276

noir, v. 278

peba, iii. 257; v. 276

pichiy, v. 279

poyou, v. 278

Tatou, six banded, iii. 257

tatouay, v. 277

three banded, iii. 256

twelve banded, iii. 257

velu, v. 279

Tatouay, iii. 257

Tatouhou, v. 276

Tatous, iii. 255; v. 278

Tatusies, v. 276

Taupe, v. 108

de Canada, v. 110

des Dunes, v. 242

grande, du cap, v. 242

Taurelephantes, v. 372

Taurine group, iv. 411

Taurus, v. 375

Taxus, v. 116

meles, ii. 275

Taytetou, v. 290

Tekus Urrok, v. 229

Teledu, ii. 305

Telagon, v. 129

Termary, v. 40

Temnamazame, v. 355

Tendrac, ii. 21. 207; v. 109

Tenrac, varied, ii. 208

Tenrec, ii. 21; v. 109

radiated, ii. 22; v. 109

Tenrecs, ii. 21. 206

Tepemaxtla, v. 128

Terrier, ii. 41. 331

black and tan, v. 142

Scotch, v. 143

Tesbe, v. 331

Teschichi, v. 141

Tetracerine group, iv. 253

Tetracerus, v. 343

quadricornis, v. 344

Thlaquatrin, ii. 63

Thur, v. 376

Thybais nasuta, v. 195

Thylacinus Harrisii, v. 192

Thylaris obesula, v. 195

Thyroptera, v. 86

three coloured, v. 86

tricolor, v. 86

Tiger, v. 163

American, ii. 51

Bengal, ii. 440

black, ii. 473

clouded, ii. 449; v. 164

hunting of India, ii. 52

Iltis, v. 121

nebulose, ii. 449

royal, ii. 50. 440

tortoiseshell, ii. 460; v. 164 white, ii. 444

Tigre, le, v. 163

Tigris Americana, v. 164

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Tigris fulva, v. 163

Titi, i. 226. 312; v. 33

de Carthagéne, v. 43

Tjuja Tue, v. 298

Tolai, v. 267

Tolypeutes, v. 276

Tonatia, v. 71

Tong, v. 298

Touan, ii. 66; iii. 33; v. 190

Tragelaphine group, iv. 272

Tragelaphus, v. 350. 360

Trago camelus, iv. 21

Traguline group, iv. 247

Tragulus, v. 340

memina, v. 302

Tragus moschiferus, v. 301

Trichecus, ii. 59. 511; v. 184. 377

Australis, v. 379

Borealis, v. 380

manatus, iv. 431

rosmarus, ii. 61. 512; v. 184

Troglodytes, v. 4

niger, v. 4

Tseiran, iv. 20

Tucan, ii. 20

Tuhcuri, v. 122

Tupaia, ii. 211; v. 106

ferruginea, ii. 216; v. 106

Javanica, ii. 211; v. 106

press, ii. 211

tana, ii. 211; v. 106

Tupai, v. 257

Turnspit, ii. 336; v. 139

crooked-legged, v. 139

Tutucuri, ii. 291

Tzebi, v. 332

Tzeiran, iv. 20; v. 324. 332

Unau, iii. 264. 275; v. 275

little, v. 275

Unicorn, v. 329

sea, v. 387

Urchin, ii. 162

Urksuk, v. 178

Urson, iii. 88. 206; v. 263

Ursus, ii. 26; v. 111

albus, v. 112

Americanus, ii. 27. 230; v. 112

Arctos, ii. 26. 217; v. 111

cancrivorus, ii. 29; v. 114

candescens, ii. 229; v. 112

cinereus, v. 112

ferox, v. 112

gulo, ii. 31. 276; v. 117

horribilis, v. 112

Indicus, v. 118

labiatus, ii. 238; v. 113

Labradoricus, v. 116

Ursus longirostris, v. 113

lotor, ii. 28. 246; v. 114

luscus, ii. 32; V. 117

luteolus, ii. 228

Malayanus, ii. 236; v. 113

marinus, v. 182

maritimus, ii. 28. 232; v. 112

meles, ii. 31; v. 116

niger Americanus, v. 112

niger Europæus, v. 1ll

Thibetanus, ii. 243; v. 113

Urus, iv. 29; v. 376

fossil, iv. 414

white, iv. 417

Uyyol, v. 310

Vache brune, petite, v. 335

marine, v. 378

Vampyre, ii. 9

bearded of Sphix, v. 72

soricine of Sphix, v. 72

two-toothed, of Sphix, v. 72

Vampyrus, v. 71

bidens, v. 72

cirrhosus, v. 72

soridnus, v. 72

spectrum, v. 71

Vansire, v. 157

Vari, i. 228; v. 44

Variedes, intellectual, i. 170

Venegas, v. 359

Vespertilio, ii. 3. 14; v. 87

acetabulosus, ii. 8; v. 65

adversus, v. 92

albescens, ii. 156; v. 96

Americanus, ii. 126

Americanus vulgaris, v. 70

auritus, ii. 14. 152; v. 97

barbastellus, ii. 147; v. 97

Bechstein's, v. 95

black, v. 96

Borbonicus, ii. 154; v. 94

bordered-eared, v. 94

Bourbon, ii. 154; v. 94

Brasiliensis, v. 94

Carolinensis, ii. 143; v. 93

cephalotes, ii. 113; v. 59

cornutum, v. 71

Daubentonii, v. 96

dingy, v. 94

discolor, v. 94

emarginatus, ii. 153; v. 94

ferrum equinum, ii. 11; v. 76

Hardwickii, v. 92

hastatus, ii. 9. 126; v. 69

Hilarii, v. 91

hippocrepis, v. 76

hipposideros, ii. 11; v. 76

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vespertilio, hispidus, ii. 12. 137; v. 80

imbricatus, v. 93

indented, v. 91

ingens, ii. 107; v. 55

kirivoula, v. 90

Kuhlii, v. 95

levis, v. 92

lasiopterus, ii. 155; v. 89

lasiurus, ii. 154; v. 90

Leister's, v. 95

leporinus, ii. 139; v. 67

lepturus, ii. 12; v. 82

major vulgaris, v. 88

marsupialis, v. 82

maugei, v. 97

maximus, ii. 155

micropbyllus, ii. 12; v. 81

minor, ii. 152

minutus, v. 76

molossus, v. 60

murinus, ii. 13. 142; v. 88

myotis, v. 88

mysticinus, v. 94

nasutus, v. 91

Nattererii, v. 95

nigrita, ii. 154; v. 90

noctula, ii. 13. 144; v. 88

Novaboracensis, ii. 155; v. 98

perspicillatus, ii. 9. 126; v. 69

pictus, ii. 153; v. 90

pipistrellus, v. 89

plicatus, it 8. v. 64

polythrix, v. 91

proterus, v. 89

pygmæas, v. 91

red, v. 96

red brown, v. 94

ruber, ii. 156; v. 96

Schreiber's, v. 95

serotinus, ii. 13. 150; v. 88

shaggy, v. 96

silvery, v. 96

smooth, v. 92

soricinus, ii. 10; v. 73

spama, ii. 11; v. 75

spectrum, ii. 9; v. 71

speoris, ii. 11; v. 77

Temminckii, v. 92

Ternatanus, v. 90

Timorensis, ii. 154; v. 98

tralatitius, v. 93

transposed, v. 93

vampyrus, ii. 102; v. 55

villosissimus, ii. 155; v. 96

Vespertilionidæ, v. 54

Vicognes, v. 300

Vicugna, v. 300

Vicunna, iv. 58; v. 300

Viduita, i. 320; v. 33

Vigogne, iv. 6

Viscaccia, v. 272

Viscache, iii. 230; v. 272

Vison, ii. 295; v. 124

Viverra, ii. 45; v. 152

bentourong, v. 160

bondar, v. 155.

Cafra, ii. 47; v. 157

Capensis, v. 118

caudivolvula, ii. 30; v. 115

chinge, v. 127

civetta, ii. 46. 381; v. 152

conepati, v. 127

fosciata, ii. 46; v. 154

fossa, ii. 390; v. 154

galera, v. 157

genetta, ii. 46; v. 154

gracilis, v. 160

hyenoides, ii. 390; v. 156

ichneumon, ii. 47; v. 156

Indica, v. 155

Lesang, v. 160

maculata, v. 193

Malacensis, v. 154

mapurito, v. 128

maarputio, v. 127

mellivora, ii. 33; v. 118

mephitis, v. 127

mongoz, v. 156

mungos, ii 47

musanga, ii. 416; v. 159

narica, ii. 29

nasica, v. 115

nasua, ii. 29. 253

nigra, v. 159

prehensile, v. 159

putorius, v. 127

Quasje, v. 115

rase, ii. 383; v. 153

rufa, v. 115

striata, v. 127. 155

suricate, ii. 404

tetradactyla, ii. 48. 404; v. 158

tigrina, v. 154

vittata, ii. 32. 277; v. 117

zenick, v. 158

zibetha, ii. 46; v. 153

zorilla, ii. 35. 291; v. 123

Viverræ, ii. 377

Vohangshira, v. 157

Volitanda, i. Ixxix.

Vulpes, v. 147

alopex, v. 147

Americanus, v. 114

cœrulescens, v. 149

Vulpes, crucigera, v. 147

vulgaris, v. 147

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WA WAS KEESKO, V. 308

Wadan, v. 372

Walrus, Indian, v. 380

Wapiti, iv. 96; v. 308

Wargul, v. 132

Wasser maus, v. 209

Weasel, ii. 35; v. 121

Altaican, v. 120

American mephitic, v. 127

Cape, v. 118

chestnut, v. 125

common, ii. 289, v. 121

fasciated, v. 155

Fischer, ii. 297; v. 125

Fizzler, v. 118

fossane, v. 154.

great, of Azara, v. 118

grey-headed, v. 126

Guiana, v. 126

honey, v. 118

Madagascar, v. 157

mephitic, v. 129

musky, v. 126

Pekan, ii. 296; v. 124

Perouasca, v. 121

sable, v. 124

Sarmatian, ii. 288; v. 121

Siberian, ii. 291; v. 122

slender-toed, v. 126

South American, v. 126

striated, v. 127

white-cheek, v. 126

white-eared, ii. 297; v. 126

woolly, v. 126

Weasels, mephitic, ii. 297

Wha topoa voo, v. 197

Whale, bossed, v. 390

common, iv. 441. 491; v. 389

knotted, v. 390

pike-headed, v. 478

Whales, iv. 440

proper, iv. 493

Whistler, iv. 435

Wilde paarde, iii. 468

Witfisch oder weissfisch, v. 386

Wizend, v. 373

Wolf, ii. 41. 348; v. 144

Antarcticus, v. 145

black, ii. 42. 348; v. 144

crab, v. 145

golden, ii. 42

Java, v. 144

Mexican, ii. 350

red, ii. 42; v. 144

Wolf, sea, ii. 58; v. 176

Wolverene, ii. 32; v. 117

Wombat, ii. 78; iii. 50; v. 206

Wombatus, v. 206

Woodchuck, v. 245

Won wou, i. 209. 254, 258; v. 6

Wow wow, v. 6.

XE, v. 301

Xolsitzaintli, v. 145

YACK, iv. 30

Yagouare, v. 127

Yagouarete, v. 164

Yagouaroundi, ii. 486; v. 170

Yamus, v. 372

Yapock, v. 192

Yarke, i. 225; v. 36

Yarque, v. 37

Yazmur, v. 327

Yerbua Capensis, v. 243

Indica, v. 239

Y'Gann, v. 365

Yogouy, v. 280

Yzard, iv. 22; v. 353

ZAMOUSE, v. 371

Zebra, iii. 343. 465; v. 295

femelle, v. 295

Indica, v. 296

Zebu, common, iv. 425

Zemni, iii. 161

Zenick, ii. 48

Zerda, i. 332; v. 152

Zibet, ii. 46. 381; v. 153

Zikel, iii. 81

Zizel, v. 246

Zocor, iii. 69

Zokor, v. 216

Zomba, iv. 327

Zomer, v. 321

Zoology, rise and progress of, i. xiii.

Zoreille, v. 123

Zorille, ii. 35. 291; v. 127

Zorillo, ii. 291; v. 123

Zorra, ii. 297; v. 125. 128

Zubr, iv. 29

Zumni sleeper, iii. 78

Zunu, iv. 327

Zuraphate, v. 321

Zurnapa, v. 321

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Abou Duch'n, vi. 192

hannes, viii. 359

Acahé, vii. 180

Acanthiza, vi. 470

Buchanani, vi. 471

frontalis, vi. 471

nana, vi. 470

pusilla, vi. 471

pyrrhopygia, vi. 471

reguloides, vi. 471

Accentor, vi. 465; vii. 7. 35

Europæan, vi. 466

modularis, vii. 37

montanellus, vi. 466; vii. 39

Accipiter, vi. 53. 236

Delafonii, vi. 239

ruficaudus, vi. 62

Accipitres, vi. 14

suppl. on the, vi. 156

Acridotheres, vi. 422

Adjutant, viii. 505

Ægotheles, vii. 80

Ærithina atricapilla, vi. 449

Agami, viii. 327. 469

Agelaius, vii. 168; viii 688

badius, vii. 171

chrysopterus, vii. 167

cyanopus, vii. 171

frontalis, vii. 71

guirahuro, vii. 169

longirostris, vii. 171

pyrrhopterus, vii. 171

ruficapillus, vii. 171

textor, vii. 131

virescens, vii. 171

Aiaiai, viii. 508

Aigle antour huppé, vi. 43

de la Guiane, grand, vi. 42

petit, vi. 43

moyen de la Guyane, vi. 45

Ajaja, viii. 512

Akbobas, vi. 187

Alauda, vii. 116

Africana, vi. 479; vii. 119

Alpestris, vii. 118. 210

apiata, vii. 117. 210

arborea, vii. 117. 207

arvensis, vi. 116

Alauda bifasciata, vii. 119

bilopha, vii. 119. 212

brachydactyla, vii. 117. 209

calandra, vii. 118

campestris spinoletta, vi. 478

Capensis, vi. 479

cinerea, vii. 120

crassirostris, vii. 119

cristata, vii. 116. 205

crocea, vii. 119

cunicularia, vii. 119

Deserti, vii. 119

flava, vii. 118

fulva, vi. 479

Gingica, vii. 120

Italica, vii. 117

Ludoviciana, vi. 479

Lusitania, vi. 479

magna, vii. 118. 173

Malabarica, vii. 120

melanocepliala, vii. 119

minor, vi. 477

mirafa, vii. 119

Mosellana, vi. 478

mutabilis, vii. 118

nemorosa, vii. 117

Novæ Zealandiæ, vii. 120

obscura, vi. 478

pratensis, vi. 477

pyrrhonotha, vii. 117

rubra, vi. 479

rufa, vi. 479

rufescens, vi. 478; vii. 119

rufipilea, vii. 118

Senegalensis, vii. 120

Sibirica, vii. 118

spinoletta, vi. 479

Tatarica, vii. 118

trivialis, vi. 477

undata, vii. 117

Yeltoniensis, vii. 120

Albatross, viii. 571

brown, viii. 572

chocolate, viii. 572

eye-streaked, viii. 572

short-tailed, viii. 572

sooty, viii. 572. 573

wandering, viii. 571

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Albatross, yellow-nosed, viii. 573

Albatrosses, viii. 642

Alca, viii. 556. 558

antiqua, viii. 558

Arctica, viii. 556

Balthica, viii. 559

cirrhata, viii. 557

cristatella, viii. 557. 636

impennis, viii. 559. 637

Labradoria, viii. 556

minor, viii. 559

pica, viii. 559

psittacula, viii. 557. 635

pygmæa, viii. 557

sulcata, viii. 559

tetracula, viii. 557

torda, viii. 559. 636

Alcedo, vii. 407; 424

Ægyptia, vii. 413

Afra, vii. 408

halcyon, vii. 408

Amazonia, vii. 413

Americana, vii. 409

Asiadca, vii. 410

atricapilla, vii. 410

Bengalensis, vii. 409

bicolor, vii. 408

biru, vii. 410

cœrulea, vii. 413

cœruleocephala, vii. 409

cancrophaga. vii. 411

Capensis, vii. 410

Cayanensis, vii. 413

chlorocephala, vii. 411

cinereifrons, vii. 410

collaris, vii. 413

Coromandelica, vii. 411

cristata, vii. 409

crithaca, vii. 413

dea, vii. 411

diops, vii. 412

flavicans, vii. 413

fusca, vii. 413. 426

galbula, vii. 436

gigantea, vii. 413. 426

grandis, vii. 437

ispida, vii. 407

leuchoryncha, vii. 413

leucocephala, vii. 411

maculata, vii. 413. 473

Madagascariensis, vii. 409

melanoptera, vii. 413

melanoryncha, vii. 412

meninting, vii. 414

Novæ Guineæ, vii. 413

omnicolor, vii. 412

purpurea, vii. 409

rudis. vii. 408

sacra, vii. 413. 428

Alcedo, semitorquata, vii. 410

Senegalensis, vii, 411

Smyrnensis, vii. 410

superciliosa, vii 409

Surinensis, vii. 413

torquata, vii. 408

tridactyla, vii. 414

tribrachys, vii. 414

tuta, vii. 413

venerata, vii. 413

Alcyon tridactyla, vii. 438

Alectelie de Durville, viii. 401

Alectors, viii. 2. 96

Alecturus, vi. 354

tricolor, vi. 354

Alouette à gros bec, vii. 119

sentinelle, vi. 479

Amblyramphus tricolor, vi. 173

Ammadovamus, vii. 149

bimaculatus, vii. 149

Ampelis, vi. 358. 503

Americana, vi. 365

astropurpurea, vi. 361

aureola, vi. 361

cœrulea, vi. 360

carnifex, vi. 359

carunculata, vi 366. 505

Cayana, vi. 360

cinerascens, vi. 361

cinerea, vi. 359

codnga, vi. 360

cristata, vi. 360

cucullata, vi. 366

cuprea, vi. 360. 361

fusca, vi. 360

garrulus, vi. 364

garrulus, var. vi. 365

hypopyrra, vi. 361

lutea, vi. 355; viii. 683

Maynana, vi. 360

nudicollis, vi. 366

Pompadour, vi. 360

purpurea, vi. 361

tersa, vi. 360

umbellata, vi. 358

variegata, vi. 360. 366

Anabates, vii. 346. 388

amaurotis, vii. 346

atricapillus, vii. 347

cristatus, vii. 347

erythropthalmus, vii. 347

leucopthalmus, vii. 347

rufifrons, vii. 347

striolata, vii. 347

Anadorhynchus Maximiliani, vii. 482

Anas, viii. 597. 607. 616. 657

acuta, viii. 618

adunca, viii. 619

Africana, viii. 613

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Anas albeola, viii. 611

albifrons, viii. 602

Alexandrini, viii. 625

anser, viii. 600. 601

Antarctica, viii. 605

Arabica, viii. 625

arborea, viii. 620

arcuata, viii. 623

atrats, viii. 599

autumnalis, viii. 620

Bahamensis, viii. 622

Beringii, viii. 603

bicolor, viii. 616. 624

Borealis, viii. 625

boschos, viii. 619

brachyptera, viii. 609. 665

Brasiliensis, viii. 624

bucephala, viii. 611

cana, viii. 606. 622

Canadensis, viii. 599. 600

candidus, viii. 603

Capensis, viii. 624

caryophyllacea. viii. 614

casarea, viii. 622

cineraceus, viii. 608

cinerea, viii. 609

circia, viii. 623

clangula, viii 610

clypeata, viii. 616. 669

Coromandelica, viii. 606

coscoroba, viii. 603

cristata, viii. 614. 624

curvirostra, viii. 619

cyanirostris, viii. 624

cyanoptera, viii. 624

cygnoides, viii. 600

cygnus, viii. 660

Damiatica, viii. 625

discors, viii. 671. 624

dispar, viii. 615

Dominica, viii. 614

Dominicana, viii. 625

Egyptica, viii. 604

epicuteri, viii. 624

erythropos, viii. 604

fasciata, viii. 617

ferina, viii. 612. 668

ferruginea, viii. 615

flavirostris, viii. 624

formosa, viii. 624

frænata, viii. 613

filigula, viii. 614

fulva, viii. 615

fusca, viii. 608

fuscescens, viii. 624

galericulata, viii. 619

Gambensis, viii. 600

gattair, viii. 625

Georgica, viii. 624

Anas gerra, viii. 620

glacialis, viii. 609

glaudon, viii. 610

Gmelini, viii. 616

grandis, viii. 603

Hina, viii 624

histrionica, viii. 610

hybrida, viii. 603

hyperborea, viii. 608

Indica, viii 603

Islandica, viii. 615

jaspedea, viii 624

Javanica, viii. 623

jubata, viii. 621. 670

Kalmani, viii. 624

Kekuschka, viii. 625

Labradora, viii. 615

leucomelas, viii. 621

leucophtalmos, viii 613. 669

leucoptera, viii. 605. 608

lobata, viii 609

maculirostris, viii. 620

Madagascariensis, viii. 606

Magellanica, viii 605

Manillensis, viii. 624

marila, viii 613

melanocephalus, viii. 599

melanoleuca, viii. 621

melanorhynchos, viii. 617

melanotis, viii. 601

melanurs, viii 624

membranacea, viii. 617

mersa, viii. 608

minuta, viii 610

mollissima, viii. 611

monacha, viii. 625

montana, viii. 603

moschata, viii. 618

nigra, viii 607. 665

nigricollis, viii. 599

Nilotica, viii. 618

Novæ Hispaniæ, viii. 624

Novæ Hollandiæ, viii. 617

Nyroca, viii. 613

obscura, viii. 622

paturi. viii. 623

Penelope, viii. 621

perspicillata, viii. 608

picta, viii. 606

platalea, viii. 624

Plutonia, viii. 599

pœcilorbynchos, viii. 622

punctata, viii 616

querquedula, viii. 623

radjah, viii 621

regia, viii 618

rhynchotis, viii. 617

rubida, viii. 615

rubrirostris, viii. 624

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Anas rufa, viii. 612

ruficollis, viii. 605

rufina, viii. 612

rutila, viii. 622

sarai, viii. 625

scandiaca, viii. 614

segetum, viii. 602

semipalmata, viii. 621

Sili, viii. 623

sisæir, viii. 625

spectabilis, viii. 611

spinicauda, viii. 624

spinosa, viii. 614

sponsa, viii. 620

stelleri, viii. 615

strepera, viii. 621

superciliosa, viii. 624

tadorna, viii. 617

torquata, viii. 605. 610. 624

typus, viii. 353

tzitzichoa, viii. 624

valisneria, viii. 615

variegata, viii. 606

versicolor, viii. 624

viduata, viii. 620. 671

virgata, viii. 616

Anastomus, viii. 353. 510

albus, viii. 353

cinereus, viii. 353

Anhima, viii. 398

Anhinga, viii. 595

Levaillant, viii. 596

Anhingas, viii. 655

Ani, vii. 476. 541

Animals, Oviparous vertebrated, vi. 1

second class of vertebrated vi. 3

Annumbi, vii. 354

Anser, viii. 601

bernicla, viii. 604

cœrulescens, viii. 603

cineraceus, viii. 602

cinereus, viii. 602

hyperboreus, viii. 603

jubatus, viii. 603

leucopsis, viii. 603

medius, viii. 602

rufescens, viii. 602

Anseranas, viii. 621

Ant-catcher, rocky mountain, vi. 409

red-bellied, vi. 545

Anteaters, vi. 399. 543

king of the, vi. 403

Anthochœra, vi. 413

Lewinii, vi. 413

Anthochœres, vi. 416

Anthropoides, viii. 329

Stanleyanus, viii. 330

Anthus, vi. 477; vii. 55

aquaticus, vi. 478

Anthus arboreus, vi. 477

Australis, vi. 479

breviunguis, vi. 477

campestris, vi. 478

Chi, vi. 480

fuliginosus, vi. 480

Ludovicianus, vi. 479

minimus, vi. 480

montanus, vi. 478

pallescens, vi. 480

pratensis, vi. 477

Richardi, vi. 479

rufescens, vi. 480

rupestris, vi. 478

sepiarius, vii. 56

spinoletta, vi. 479

Ant-thrush, black, vi. 284

long-legged, vi. 283

white-legged, vi. 283

white-shouldered, vi. 283

black-throated, vi. 284

white-spotted, vi. 284

Aptenodytes, viii. 559. 560. 636

Antarctica, viii. 562

Australis, viii. 563

catarrhactes, viii. 561

Chiloensis, viii. 562

chrysocoma, viii. 561. 638

demersa, viii. 563. 639

hirsutus, viii. 562

lanatus, viii. 562

Magellanica, viii. 562

minor, viii. 562

molinæ, viii. 562

Papua, viii. 561

Patagonica, viii. 638. 538

torquata, viii. 563

Apteryx, viii. 300. 562

Australis, viii. 563

southern, viii. 563

Apus, vii. 57

Aquape, viii. 395

Aquapeazo terutero, viii. 464

Aquapeccaca, viii. 395

Aquapuazos, viii. 395

Aquila, vi. 33. 43

Buson, vi. 67

chrysaëtos, vi. 225

fucosa, vi. 230

heliaca, vi. 34

picta, vi. 44

intermedia, vi. 35

Ara, vii. 481

gris à trompe, vii. 505

Ara, noir à trompe, vii. 505

Aracari, vii. 479

grooved-bill, vii. 480

Arachnothera inomata, vii. 367

longirostra, vii; 367

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Archnotheres, vii. 366. 393

Arada, vi. 544; vii. 45

Aramus, viii. 333. 479

carau, viii. 333. 479

Araponga, vi. 366

Arara purpureo dorsalis, vii. 483

Ararauna, vii. 482

Aras, vii. 481. 574

Aratamus, vi. 287

cinereus, vi. 287

fuscus, vi. 288

lineatus, vi. 287

minor, vi. 287

Aratinga, Caroliæ, vii. 488

chrysocephalus, vii. 484

luteus, vii. 484

Ardea, viii. 335

afflnis, viii. 341

agami, viii. 341

alba, viii. 338. 346. 491

albicollis, viii. 340

Americana, viii. 331

Antigone, viii. 331. 332

Ardisiaca, viii. 342

argala, viii. 350. 505

atricollis, viii. 337

Australis, viii. 347

badia, viii. 345

badra, viii. 345

bicolor, viii. 341

bilineata, viii. 347

botaurulus, viii. 340

botaurus, viii. 491

Brasiliensis, viii. 344

bubulculus, viii. 341

bubulcus, viii. 340

bullaranjaus, viii. 337

cœrulea, viii. 341. 342. 344

cœrulescens, viii. 337. 342

Caledonica, viii. 346

Canadensis, viii. 331

Candida, viii. 339

candidissima, viii. 340

carunculata, viii. 332

Caspica, viii. 489

castanea, viii. 340

Cayennensis, viii. 346

chrysopelargus, viii. 349

ciconia, viii. 349. 495

cinerea, viii. 336. 485

cinnamomea, viii. 347

cocoi, viii. 336

comata, viii. 339

cornuta, viii 341

Coromandelica, viii 341. 353

cracca, viii. 345

cyanocephala, viii. 346

cyanopus, viii. 342

cyanura, viii. 344

Ardea Danubialis, viii. 337. 347. 490

dubia, viii. 350. 505

egretta, viii. 338. 491

egrettoides, viii. 339

equinoctialis, viii. 341

erythromelas, viii. 347

erythropus, viii. 340

exilis, viii. 347

fesciata, viii 338

ferruginea, viii 345

flava, viii. 338

flavicollis, viii 342

flavirostiis, viii 339

fusca, viii 341

fuscicollis, viii. 344

Gardeoi, viii. 345

garzetta, viii. 338. 490

gigantea, viii. 331

grisea, viii. 346

grus, viii. 330

gularis, viii. 340

helias, viii 333. 480

Herodias, viii. 336

hoactli, viii. 345

Ibis, viii 341

involucris, viii. 347

Jamaïcensis, viii. 345. 346

Javanica, viii. 344

jugularis, viii. 340

lamelliger, viii. 363

leuce, viii. 339

leucocephala, viii. 340

leucoceranus, viii. 331

leucogadter, viii 341

leuconotus, viii 344

leucops, viii. 342

leucoptera, viii 343

lineata, viii. 338

Ludoviciana, viii 337

Macquari, viii. 336

maculata, viii. 346. 348

Maguari, viii. 349. 507

major, viii. 336. 485

Malaccensis, viii. 340. 343

marmorata, viii. 338

Marsiglii, viii. 340

martook, viii. 340

melanocephala, viii. 337

melanoptera, viii. 348

minor, viii. 343

minuta, viii. 337. 347. 490

misata, viii. 355

mokoho, viii 344

monticola, viii. 489

Nævia, viii 338. 345

nigra, viii. 342. 349

Novæ Guinæ, viii 337

Novæ Hollandiæ, viii. 342

nycticorax, viii. 346. 493

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Ardea obscura, viii. 345

Pacifica, viii. 337

palliata, viii. 337

pavonia, viii. 329

pavonina, viii. 473

Pealii, viii. 339

perciloptera, viii. 343

Philippensis, viii. 344

pileata, viii. 346

Pondiceriana, viii. 353

pumila, viii. 340

purpurata, viii. 489

purpurea, viii. 336. 489. 491

pusilla, viii. 348

radiolata, viii. 344

ralloides, viii. 340

rufescens, viii. 341

ruficapilla, viii. 341

rugata, viii. 341

russata, viii. 340

scapularis, viii. 344

scolopacea, viii. 404

scolopax, viii. 333

segetacea, viii. 346

Senegalensis, viii. 340

sibilatrix, viii. 346

Sinensis, viii. 347

soco, viii. 338. 344

Sologniensis, viii. 347

squaiotta, viii. 340

Sparrmanii, viii. 346

speciosa, viii. 342

stellaris, viii. 343. 491

Sturmii, viii. 347

Tayazu Guera, viii. 345

tigrina, viii. 338

torquata, viii. 345

Tranquebarica, viii. 343

undulata, viii. 344

variegata, viii. 347

violacea, viii. 346

virescens, viii. 337

virgo, viii. 329, 475

xanthodactyla, viii. 338

Ardeola, viii. 344. 347

Arenaria, viii. 378. 385

Argus, viii. 24. 235

pavoninus, viii. 24

Arremon, vi. 318; vii. 136

torquatus, vi. 318

Arrian, vi. 16

Astrapia, vi. 395

Astur, vi. 48. 236

approximans, vi. 49

fasciatus, vi. 49

Raii, vl 49

Asturina, vi. 48

cinerea, vi. 48

Atites, viii. 391

Attagas, viii. 36

Attagen, viii. 36. 41

Auk, ancient, viii. 558

great, viii. 636. 637

perroquet, viii. 557. 635

puffin, viii. 634

razor-billed, viii. 636

snowy, viii. 557

tufted, viii. 557. 635

Autour de Cayenne, petit, vi. 47

huppé, vi. 45

Autours, vi. 48

Aves, vi. 1

division of the class into orders,

vi. 11.

Avis tarda, viii. 451

Avoset, American, viii. 394

black-necked, viii. 393

long-legged, viii. 393

New Holland, viii. 394

Oriental, viii. 394

red-necked, viii. 394

white, viii. 375

Avosets, viii. 393. 535

Ayam-alas, viii. 223

bankiva, viii. 219

Aythia, viii. 612

Azurin, vi. 400

Azurous, l'., vi. 331. 341

Bacha, vi. 62

Baglafecht, vii. 230

Baguari, viii. 507

Balbuzard, vi. 39

Balbuzzard, vi. 231

Baltimore, vii. 168

Barbacous, vii. 463. 538

Barbet à ventre rose, vii. 467

bearded, vii. 469

beautiful, vii. 409

black-breasted, vii. 470

black-throated, vii. 469

blue-semicollared, vii. 471

blue-throated, vii. 468. 471

Cavenne, vii. 470

collared, vii. 472. 539

elegant, vii. 469

great, vii. 468

green, vii. 468

Latham's, vii. 468

little, vii. 470

olive, vii. 471

party-coloured, vii. 471

Peruvian, vii. 470

red-collared, vii. 471

red-crowned, vii. 469

red-necked, vii. 469

red-rumped, vii. 470

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Barbet, rosy, vii. 469

yellow-cheeked, vii. 470

yellow-fronted, vii. 468

yellow-mustache, vii. 471

yellow-throated, vii. 468

wax-bill, vii. 463

white-breasted, vii. 470

Barbets, vii. 466. 538

Barbican, Abyssinian, vii. 467

black-bellied, vii. 466

black-throated, vii. 467

Burchell's, vii. 467

groove-billed, vii. 466

masked, vii. 467

red, vii. 467

smooth-billed, vii. 467

Barbicans, vii. 466

Barge brune, viii. 386

Barita, vi. 288

destructor, vi. 290

anaphonensis, vi. 289

Barker, of Albin, viii. 387

Baryphonus, vii. 423

Basacaraguay, vii. 47

Batara, vi. 272

aconaledo, vi. 282

agallaspeladus, vi. 379

gola nigra, vi. 280

le grand, vi. 272

lisado, vi. 281

mordoré, vi. 273

negro y aplomado, vi. 279

noire et plombe, vi. 273

obscuro y negro, vi. 282

pardo dorado, vi. 280

rayé, vi. 272

roxa, vi. 282

Batteleur, le, vi. 64

Bee ouvert à lame, viii. 353

Becards, vi. 290. 487

Becafico, vi. 502

Bee figue, vi. 502

Becfins, vii. 3

Becquefigue, vi. 478

Bee-eater, Bullock's, vii. 404

Cayenne, vii. 402

chestnut, vii. 401

common, vii. 400. 422

Coromandel, vii. 403

Cuvier's, vii. 402

Indian, vii. 401

Lamarck's, vii. 402

Leschenault's, vii. 404

Malimbic, vii. 403

Philippine, vii. 402

pirik, vii. 404

red-throated, vii. 403

red-winged, vii. 402. 404

rufied, vii. 403

Bee-eater, Sumatran, vii. 422

superb, vii. 401

supercilious, vii. 401

swallow-tailed, vii. 404

varied, vii. 403

variegated, vii. 401

wattle, vi. 413

yellow-tufted, vi. 416

Bee-eaters, vii. 400. 420

Beefeater, vii. 317

Beefeaters, vii. 164

Bequefigue, vi. 339

Bergeronnette à guimpe, vi. 475

de printemps, vi. 476; vii. 51. 54

Bernacle, viii. 604

Bernacles, viii. 603. 663

Bemicla Canadensis, viii. 600

torquata, viii. 604

Bethyles, vi. 295. 488

Bethylus, vi. 295

Bibio, viii. 475

Bibombi, vii. 103

Bidens, vi. 31

Bigotillus, vi. 337

Bird, Brown's tailor, vi. 469

cat, vi. 385

cedar, vi. 365

crisped paradise, vii. 192

doubtful paradise, vii. 192

emerald-breasted paradise, vii. 192

frigate, viii. 592

frosted paradise, vii. 192

of God, vii. 339

gold-breasted paradise, vii. 190

golden paradise, vii. 191

hackled paradise, vii. 192

indigo, vii. 148

king paradise, vii. 190. 342

magnificent paradise, vii. 190

man of war, viii. 572

mocking, vi 385

of paradise, great, vii. 189, 341

of paradise, Parkinson's, vi. 426

trumpet, viii. 328. 470

twelve-wired paradise, vii 192

wattle, vii. 184

white-wing tailor, vi. 469

widow, vii. 228

of paradise, red, vii. 189

Pharaoh's, vi. 20

southern bristle, vi. 470

snow, vii. 148

summer red, vi. 315

superb paradise, vii. 191

Birds, first order of, vi. 14

gallinaceous, viii. 1

of Lybia, viii. 476

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Birds of paradise, vii. 188, 338

of prey, vi. 14

of prey, diurnal, vi. 14

of prey, noble, vi. 24

of prey, nocturnal, vi. 69. 251

of Scythia, viii. 476

suppl. on, in general, vi. 87

tropic, viii. 656

widow, vii. 149. 228. 304

Bittern, common, viii. 491

lineated, viii. 338

little, viii. 347. 490

of Europe, viii. 343

mokoho, viii. 343

rayed, viii. 490

tiger, viii. 338

zigzag, viii. 344

Bitterns, viii. 343

Biziura, viii. 609

Novæ Hollandiæ, viii. 609

Blac, vi. 57. 243

Blackbird, vi. 510. 530

common, vi. 374

rose-colonred, vi. 537

Blackbirds, vi. 374. 530

Blackcap, vii. 30

Blanchot, le, vi. 266

Blevine, viii. 400

Blongosi, viii 490

Boatbill, viii. 334. 480

Boatbills, viii 480

Bombycilla, vi. 504

Canadensis, vi. 365

cedrorum, vi. 365

Bombyciphora, zanthocœlia, vi. 365

Bombycivore, vi. 364. 504

Bondrée huppéa de Java, vi. 60

Boobies, viii. 593. 653

Booby, viii. 594

Boubou, vi. 265

Brachyptera, viii. 628

Brachypteræ, vii 546

Brachypterix, vi. 453

montana, vi. 453

sepiarla, vi. 453

Brachypus, viii. 684

murarius, vii 58

Bretonne, vii 35

Breve des Philippines, vi. 400

blue-winged, vi. 402

Breviette, viii. 370

Brevipennes, viii. 294

Brubru, viii. 677

Brunoir, le, vi. 389

Bubo, vi. 76

Bucco, vii. 465. 467

Africanus, vii. 462

albifrons, vii. 463. 471

armillaris, vii. 471

Bucco aureo-virens, vii. 471

barbiculus, vii. 469

calcaratus, vii. 471

Cayanensis, vii. 470

chacuru, vii. 472

chrysopogon, vii. 471

cinereus, vii. 471

collaris, vii. 472

cyanops, vii. 468

dubius, vii. 466

elegans, vii 469

erythronotus, vii. 470

flavifrons, vii. 468

fuscus, vii. 463. 470

grandis, vii 468

gularis, vii. 471

Lathami, vii 468

leucops, vii 463. 471

macrorhynchus, vii. 472

marginatus, vii. 471

Maynanensis, vii. 469

melanoleucos, vii. 472

mystacophanes, vii. 471

niger, vii. 460

nigrescens, vii. 471

nigrifrons, vii. 563. 471

nigrothorax, vii. 470

parvus, vii. 470

Peruvianus, vii. 470

Philippensis, vii. 468

roseus, vii. 469

rubescens, vii. 467

rubicauda, vii. 463

rubicula, vii. 471

rubricapillus, vii. 469

rubricollis, vii. 469

rufus, vii. 463. 471

Saltii, vii. 467

somnolentus, vii. 473

striatus, vii. 463. 471

strigillatus, vii. 472

tamatia, vii. 472

tenebrosus, vii 471

torquatus, vii. 463. 469

versicolor, vii. 471

viridis, vii. 468

Zeylanicus, vii. 470

Buceros, vii. 415. 430

Abyssinicus, vii. 417

Africanus, vii. 416

albirostris, vii. 416

albus, vii. 419

ambigenas, vii. 419

Bengalensis, vii. 418

bicornis, vii 417

bucinator, vii 416

cassidix, vii. 416. 434

cornutus, vii. 419

coronatus, vii. 418

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Buceros, enleirostris, vii. 418

erythrorynchos, vii. 418

exaratua, vii. 418

fasciatus, vii. 418

galeatus, vii. 419

gingianus, vii. 417

griseus, vii. 419

hastatus, vii. 418

hydrocorax, vii. 417

Javanicus, vii. 418

jubatus, vii. 419

leucocephalus, vii. 417

Malabaricus, vii. 416

Malayanus, vii. 419

Manillensis, vii. 418

melanoleucus, vii. 418

monoceros, vii. 416

niger, vii. 416

Orientalis, vii. 419

Panayensis, vii. 417

plicatus, vii. 419

Rhinoceros, vii. 416

ruber, vii. 419

sulcatus, vii. 417

undulatus, vii. 418

violaceus, vii. 417

viridis, vii. 419

Budytes, vi. 476

Bullfinch, vi. 297; vii. 158. 312

Bullfinches, vii. 158. 312

Bundullock, vii. 579

Bunting, Amazon, vii. 129

Angola, vii. 129

barred-tailed, vii. 129

black-crowned, vii. 129

black-headed, vii. 128

black-throated, vii. 129. 148

Chinese, vii. 129

cirl, vii. 125. 225

commanding, vii. 127. 227; viii. 687

common, vii. 126. 225

crimson, vii. 131

Dominican, vii. 149

familiar, vii. 129

foolish, vii. 125. 225

gaur, vii. 130

grey, vii. 129

green, vii. 129

Lapland, vii. 129

Lesbian, vii. 126

long-tailed, vii. 150

Louisiana, vii. 129

Mexican, vii. 129

militaris, vii. 129

mustachio, vii. 125

olive, vii. 129

Oonalaschka, vii. 129

ortolan, vii. 226

Bunting, painted, vii. 136

Panayan, vii. 150

passerine, vii. 125

pine, vii. 128

Plata, vii. 129

red-rumped, vii. 151

red-eyed, vii. 129

reed, vii. 126. 225

rusty, vii. 129

Sandwich, vii. 130

shaft-tailed, vii. 149

snow, vii. 128. 227

Surinam, vii. 130

Towhe, vii. 129

variegated, vii. 150

whidah, vii. 150

white-crowned, vii. 148

yellow, vii. 125. 224

yellow-bellied, vii. 136

yellow-winged, vii. 129

Buntings, vii. 124. 223

Buphaga, vii. 164

Africana, vii. 165

Burhinus, viii. 322

Busards of Cuvier, vi. 65

Buseray, le, vi. 63

Bustard, viii. 449

Abyssinian, viii. 304

African, viii. 303

Arabian, viii. 303

black-headed, viii. 304

blue-necked, viii. 304

Cape, viii. 305

collared, viii. 303

great, viii. 301. 450

great-billed, viii. 307

Indian, viii. 303

little, viii. 301. 453

marbled, viii. 305

New Holland, viii. 305

Nubian, viii. 303

Passarage, viii. 304

Rhoda, viii. 302

ruffed, viii. 302. 454

thick-kneed, viii. 306. 456

white-chinned, viii. 305

white-eared, viii. 302

Bustards, viii. 300

Buteo, vi. 60

cristatus, vi. 60

melanoleucus, vi. 61

vulgaris, vi. 246

Buzzard, vi. 65

black and white, vi. 61

common, vi. 61. 246

common honey, vi. 59. 247

crested, vi. 60

grey-cheeked, vi. 65

hobby, vi. 63

Cuv. Index.

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Buzzard, Java honey, vi. 60

mantled, vi. 64

Montague, vi. 66

moor, vi. 66

naked-cheeked, vi. 68

Quoy's, vi. 68

spotted, vi. 64

whitish, vi. 64

Buzzards, vi. 60. 244

bald, vi. 39

honey, vi. 59

Buzzaret, vi. 63

Caïrina, viii. 618

Calandre, vii. 118. 211

Calandrelle, vii. 117

Calao, de waidjiou, vii. 418

Calidris, viii. 375. 529

Callæas, vii. 185

Calyptomena, vi. 428

viridis, vi. 428

Calyptorhynchus, vii. 494, 495

Camouche, viii. 398

Campephaga, vi. 362; viii. 683

ferruginea, vi. 363

flava, vi. 362

leucomela, vi. 363

niger, vi. 362

Campycorlumchus striotatus, vi. 408

Camy camy, viii. 470

Canard à bec tricolor, viii. 620

Canary, vii. 272

Cancroma, viii. 334. 480

cochlearia, viii. 335. 481

Canepetière, viii. 453

Canepetrace, viii. 453

Cangui, viii. 355

Cap, black, vi. 444

Cap-more, vii. 230

Capito, vii. 463

cyanocollis, vii. 468

elegans, vii. 469

maculatus, vii. 473

melanotis, vii. 472

rubrifrons, vii. 470

Capocier, le, vi. 467

Caprimulgi, vii. 104

Caprimulgus, vii. 70

acutus, vii. 77

Ægypticus, vii. 72

affinis, vii. 75

albicollis, vii. 74

albogularis, vii. 79

Americanus, vii. 75. 78

Asiaticus, vii. 75. 109

brachypterus, vii. 74

Brasilianus, vii. 76

campestris, vii. 76

Caprimulgus, Carolinensis, vii. 74

Cayennensis, vii. 72

cinerascens, vii. 76

climaturus, vii. 73

cornutris, vii. 78

cornutus, vii. 112

cyanus, vii. 72

diurnus, vii. 76

enicurus, vii. 77

Europæus, vii. 71. 106

forficatus, vii. 78

furcatus, vii. 78

furcifer, vii. 78

gracilis, vii. 73

grandis, vii. 71. 78

griseus, vii. 73

Guianensis, vii. 76

guttatus, vii. 80

hirundinaceus, vii. 73

icteropus, vii. 72

Indicus, vii. 76

infuscatus, vii. 74

Isabellinus, vii. 72

Jamaicensis, vii. 77

leucopygus, vii. 77

leucurus, vii. 72

longicaudatus, vii. 73. 77

longipennis, vii. 79. 108

macrodipterus, vii. 108

macropteropus, vii. 79

macrourus, vii. 75

manurus, vii. 79

megacephalus, vii. 81

nacunda, vii. 76

Nattereri, vii. 73

Novæ Hollandiæ, vii. 80

pectoralis, vii. 75. 109

popetue, vii. 78

psalurus, vii. 78. 113

rubicus, vii. 72

rufitorquis, vii. 72

rufus, vii. 74. 76

rupestris, vii. 78

semitorquatus, vii. 76

sphenurus, vii. 74

Strigoïdes, vii. 79

torquatus, vii. 73. 74

variegatus, vii. 75

Virginianus, vii. 74. 78

vittatus, vii. 79

vociferus, vii. 71. 74

Caracara, vi. 40; viii. 328. 470

banded, vi. 41

negro, vi. 41

streaked, vi. 42

yellow-headed, vi. 41

Caraf, vii. 583

Carau, viii. 333. 479

Carbo, viii. 589

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Carbo Brasilianus, viii. 591

Desmaresti, viii. 592

Javanicus, viii. 592

Carburé, vi. 81

Carduelis, vii. 139

Caricaca, viii. 519

cucullata, vii. 145

Mexicanus, vii. 141

Cariama, viii. 326. 467

Brasilian, viii. 326

Carouge, true-black, vii. 134

Carouges, vii. 168. 319 320

Caryocatactes, vii. 183

Casmarhynchos carunculatus, vi. 366

nudicollis, vi. 366

Cassicans, vi. 288. 487

Cassicus, vii. 165

angustifrons, vii. 166

ater, vii. 166

bifasciatus, vii. 165

hœmorrhous, vii. 166

nigerrimus, vii. 166

viridis, vii. 166

Cassique, vii. 165

black and mantled, vii. 133

noir, vii. 133

Cafriques, vii. 165. 317

Cassowary, viii. 297. 440

galeated, viii. 297

New Holland, viii. 298. 443

Cassuwaris, viii. 298

Cassyphus tristis, vi. 547

Casuarius, viii. 297

Novæ Hollandiæ, viii. 298

Catarrhactes, viii. 561

Catharista, vi. 20

Cathartes, vi. 18. 19. 20

aura, vi. 21

monachus, vi. 20

Catoptrophorus, viii. 389

Catracas, viii. 129

Cattaractes, viii. 638

Caurale, viii. 479

Ceblephyris, vi. 293. 361. 504; viii. 683

bicolor, vi. 362

cana, vi. 362

fimbriatus, vi. 363

Javanensis, vi. 293

Levaillantii, vi. 362

lineatus, vi. 364

lobatus, vi. 362

Madagascariensis, vi. 362

striga, vi. 294. 363

tricolor, vi. 364

Centropus, vii. 460

æthiops, vii. 461

ateralbus, vii. 461

gigas, vii. 461

Centropus membiki, vii. 461

nigro rufus, vii. 460

rufinus, vii. 461

Cephalopteres, vi. 358

Cephaloptenu ornatus, vi. 388

Cephus, viii. 555. 633

Cereopsis, viii. 606. 664

cinereus, viii. 606

New Holland, viii. 606

Cerorhynca, viii. 558

Occidentalis, viii. 558

Certhia, vii. 348

amethystina, vii. 360

Antarctica, vii. 354. 384

Asiatica, vii. 366

atricapilla, vi. 418

auriculata, vi. 421; vii. 367

aurifrontalis, vii. 365

Australasiana, vi. 421; vii. 367

Borbonica, vii. 354

cœrulea, vi. 367. 420; vii. 353

cœrulescens, vi. 420

Caffra, vii. 360

cardinalis, vi. 420; vii. 354

Carolinensis, vi. 474

carunculata, vi. 413; vii. 367

Cayana, vii. 354

chalybea, vii. 360

chrysotis, vi. 416

cinnamomea, vii. 349

cocincinica, vii. 367

coccinea, vi. 421

cruentata, vii. 357

cucullata, vi. 420

cuprea, vii. 361

currucaria, vii. 362

cyanea, vii. 353

cyanocephala, vii. 361

dubia, vii. 361

erythropygia, vii. 357

erythronotos, vii. 357

familiaris, vii. 349

famosa, vii. 364

flaveola, vii. 355

fuliginosa, vii. 362

frontalis, vii. 366

fusca, vii. 352

goruck, vii. 367

graculina, vi. 421; vii. 367

ignobilis, vi. 418

lepida, vii. 362

Lotenia, vii. 360

lunata, vi. 415; vii. 367

maculata, vii. 356. 362

Madagascariensis, vii. 362

major, vii. 388

melanops, vi. 420

mellivora, vi. 420; vii. 367

Mexicana, vi. 421

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Certhia, muraria, vii. 352. 389

Novæ Hollandiæ, vi. 421; vii. 367

obscura, vii. 358

omnicolor, vii. 361

palustris, vii. 49

pulchella, vii. 364

purpurata, vii. 361

rectirostris, vii. 365

rubra, vii. 357

rubrofusca, vii. 362

sanguinea, vi. 419; vii. 353

sannio, vii. 356

semitorquata, vii. 356

Senegalensis, vii. 361. 366

seniculus, vi. 420; vii. 367

sperata, vii. 361

Spiza, vi. 420; vii. 367

splendida, vii. 360

superba, vii. 360

tæniata, vii. 357

varia, vii. 356

venusta, vii. 362

vestiaria, vii. 358

violacea, vii. 364

virens, vii. 356

xantholis, vi. 420; vii. 367

Zeilonica, vii. 361

Ceyx, vii. 414

Chacamel, viii. 7

Chacuru, vii. 472

Chacurus, vii. 472

Chœtura, vii. 69

Australis, vii. 70

Martinica, vii. 69

Sabini, vii. 70

Chaffinch, vii. 138. 246

Chaia, viii. 398. 539

Chaima, viii. 398

Chamæza, vi. 410

memloides, vi. 410

Charadrius, viii. 305. 307

Ægypticus, viii. 309. 316

albicapillus, viii. 321

albifrons, viii. 309

Alexandrias, viii. 316

annuligerus, viii. 317

apricarius, viii. 316

Asiaticus, viii. 311

atricapillus, viii. 316

atrogularis, viii. 321

autumnalis, viii. 392

Azarai, viii. 310

bilobus, viii. 317

bitorquatus, viii. 310

Brissonii, viii. 322

calidris, viii. 378

Cantianus, viii. 309

Caspius, viii. 311

Cayanus, viii. 316

Charadrius ceucurus, viii. 320

collaris, viii. 310

Coromandelicus, viii. 324

coronatus, viii. 316

crassirostris, viii. 307

cristatus, viii. 316

cucullatus, viii. 314

curonicus, viii. 309

curbepedesmos, viii. 313

Dudora, viii. 317

Duvaucelli, viii. 317

erythropus, viii. 309

Falklandicus, viii. 317

fluviatilis, viii. 309

fulvus, viii. 314

fuscus, viii. 315

Gallicus, viii. 324

gavia, viii. 320

Geoffroyi, viii. 313

griseus, viii. 314. 315

gularis, viii. 311

heteroclitus, viii. 322

hiaticula, viii. 309. 460

hiatula, viii. 312

himantopus, viii. 392

Indicus, viii. 310

Jamaicensis, viii. 309. 460

jugularis, viii. 311

keptuschka, viii. 311

larvatus, viii. 312

Leschenaultii, viii. 315

leucogaster, vii. 315

leucopolius, viii. 314

lugubris, viii. 312

magnirostris, viii. 310. 322

marginatus, viii. 313. 314

marmoratus, viii. 311

melanocephalus, viii. 316. 325

melanops, viii. 310

melodus, viii. 312

minor, viii. 309

modestus, viii. 320

morinellus, viii. 308. 459

monachus, viii. 313

Mongolius, viii. 311

nebulosus, viii. 315

nigrifrons, viii. 310

Novæ Zealandiæ, viii. 317

obscurus, viii. 314

oedicnemus, viii. 306

Okenii, viii. 312

pastor, viii. 313

pectoralis, viii. 311

pecuarius, viii. 313

Philippinus, viii. 309

pileatus, viii. 317

pluvialis, viii. 308. 458

pusillus, viii. 312

pyrrocephalus, viii. 317

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Charadrius, rubidus, viii. 378. 530

rubricollis, viii. 312

ruficapillus, viii. 313

sanguineus, viii. 314

semipalmatus, viii. 312

spinosus, viii. 316. 320

Spixii, viii. 315

stolatus, viii. 317

Taitensis, viii. 314

Tartaricus, viii. 311

torquatus, viii. 309

tricollaris, viii. 310

tricolor, viii. 311

trifasciatus, viii. 310

varius, viii. 313

ventralis, viii. 317

vociferus, viii. 309

Wilsonii, viii. 310

xanthocheilus, viii. 314

Chardonneret, vii. 253

Charpentero nano, vii. 453

Chasse fiente, le, vi. 15

Chat, wood, vi. 263

Chatterer, vi. 364

azure, vi. 365

black-headed, vi. 507

carunculated, vi. 505

European, vi. 364

umbelled, vi. 358

variegated, vi. 366

Chauche branche, vii. 106

Chenalopex, viii. 617

Ægyptica, viii. 605

Chenerotes, viii. 617

Chericote, viii. 405

Chevalier à longs pieds, viii. 387

varié, viii. 382. 385

vert, viii. 372

Cheveche, vi. 259

Chevechette, vi. 79

Cheyarhis, vii. 507

Chicken, Pharaoh's, vi. 187

Chii, vi. 480

Chimachima, vi. 42

Chincou, vi. 16. 17

Cheuque, viii. 438

Chionis, viii. 416

alba, viii. 416

Forsteri, viii. 416

necrophaga, viii. 416

Novæ Hollandiæ, viii. 416

Chipui, vii. 130

Chirurgien de Luzon, viii. 397

Chloropsis, vi. 419

casmarhynchos, vi. 391

hook-billed, vi. 391

Sonnerati, vi. 390

Alpine, vi. 396

Chocards, vi. 395

Chochi, vi. 523

Choucador, vi. 393

Choliba, vi. 85

Choucaris, vi. 292. 488

Choucas de Surinam, petit, vii. 133

Choucou, vi. 78

Chouette à terrier, vi. 258

petite, vi. 259

lapin, vi. 258

Chroni, viii. 438

Churi, viii. 296

Cichla Coraya, vi. 408

Ciconia, viii. 348. 494

Abdimii, viii. 350

Americana, viii. 350

argala, viii. 351

capillata, viii. 351

ephippirhynca, viii. 352

Guianensis, viii. 352

Javanica, viii. 351

jubura, viii. 349

leucocephala, viii. 350

maguari, viii. 350

marabou, viii. 350

mycteria, viii. 352

nigra, viii. 349. 504

umbellata, viii. 350

Cincinnurus, vii. 190

Cincle, vi. 545

Cincles, vi. 410

Cinclus, vi. 410

bicolor, vi. 410

aquaticus, vi. 410

Mexicanus, vi. 411

Pallasii, vi. 410

unicolor, vi. 410

Cinnyris, vii. 359. 390

æneus, vii. 365

affinis, vii. 365. 367

Amboinensis, vii. 365

Asiaticus, vii. 366

aurantia, vii. 366

aurifrons, vii. 366

bombicinus, vii. 366

caudatus, vii. 366

chrysogenis, vii. 365

chrysoptera, vii. 366

cinereicollis, vii. 366

cinereus, vii. 365

cirrhatus, vii. 365

Clementiæ, vii. 366

collaris, vii. 366

discolor, vii. 366

elegans, vii. 365

eques, vii. 363

erythrorhynchos, vii. 365

erythrothorax, vii. 366

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Cinnyris frontalis, vii. 366

fuscus, vii. 366

Indicus, vii. 365

Iodeus, vii. 366

leucogaster, vii. 366

lotenius, vii. 393

longirostris, vii. 366

Manillensis, vii. 365

melanurus, vii. 366

mornatus, vii. 365

nigralbus, vii. 365

nitens, vii. 366

Novæ Guineæ, vii. 366

ornatus, vii. 366

Phœnicotis, vii. 366

Perreini, vii. 366

politus, vii. 365

rubescens, vii. 366

rubrater, vii. 366

rubrocana, vii. 366

sericeus, vii. 366

Smaragdinus, vii. 366

sola, vii. 366

solaris, vii. 365

splendens, vii. 366

splendida, vii. 366

subflavus, vii. 366

sugninbindus, vii. 366

Circœtus, vi. 40

cinereus, vi. 40

Circus, vi. 59. 65

albicollis, vi. 68

axillaris, vi. 68

campestris, vi. 67

cinereus, vi. 68

Hudsonius, vi. 66

leucocephalus, vi. 68

melanopterus, vi. 68

rufulus, vi. 68

variegatus, vi. 68

Citrin, le, vi. 391. 469

Citta virescens, vi. 295

Clakis, viii. 604

Clangula, viii. 609. 665

Climacteris picumnus, vii. 355

scandens, vii. 355

Climbers, vii. 435

Clorios, vii. 519

Clypeata, viii. 616

Coccothraustes, vii. 151

Coccyzus, vii. 458. 536

Geoffroyii, vii. 459

Lathami, vii. 459

minutus, vii. 459

Cochevis, vii. 205

Cock, viii. 18. 19. 170

Bantam, viii. 20. 217

bill, viii. 402

Cock, crested, viii. 20. 216

crisped, viii. 19. 223

domestic, viii. 20. 180

Dorking, viii. 20

dwarf, viii. 20. 218

Friesland, viii. 223

frizzled, viii. 19

Jago, viii. 21. 174. 218

Knor, viii. 302

Malabar, viii. 21

negro, viii. 19. 221

of the plains, viii. 38

Paduan, viii. 21. 175. 218

Persian, viii. 21. 224

rumpless, viii. 21. 224

silk, viii. 19. 222

Turkish, viii. 175. 217

wild, viii. 19

wild of Sonnerat, viii. 19. 20

Cockatoo, Banksian, vii. 495. 582

black, vii. 505

Cook's, vii. 495. 582

funeral, vii. 495. 582

giant, vii. 505

great sulphur-crested, vii. 494

great white, vii. 494

lesser sulphur-crested, vii. 494

Molucca, vii. 494

Nascian, vii. 494

Philippine, vii. 494

rose, vii. 495. 584

Cockatoos, vii. 493

Cocoi, viii. 337

Cocorli, viii. 380

Coereba, vii. 354

Cola de Agudas, vi. 334

Colaris, vii. 187

Colibri, albogularis, vii. 379

crispus, vii. 379

helios, vii. 379

leucopygus, vii. 379

Colies, vii. 163. 316

Colin Sonnini, viii. 60

Colins, viii. 59. 267

Colius, vii. 163

Capensis, vii. 163

Coromandelensis, vii. 164

erythromelon, vii. 164

erythropus, vii. 164

gularis, vii. 164

Indicus, vii. 164

leuconotus, vii. 164

Panayensis, vii. 163

Senegalensis, vii. 164

striatus, vii. 163

viridis, vii. 164

Collier rouge, viii. 352

Colluricinca, vi. 296

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Colluricinca cinerea, vi. 296. 411

Colombe galline, viii. 72

Océanique, viii. 78

Colombihocco, viii. 72

Colon, le, vi. 336

Columba, viii. 71

Abyssinica, viii. 93. 291

senea, viii. 78

Afra, viii. 83

alba, viii. 78. 85

albicapilla, viii. 81

Amboinensis, viii. 91

Araucana, viii. 89

armillaris, viii. 78

aromatica, viii. 94

arquatrix, viii. 78

auricularis, viii. 90

aurita, viii. 81

Australis, viii. 93

Bantamensis, viii. 85

Barbarica, viii. 77

bitorquata, viii. 84

Brunnea, viii. 90

cœrulea, viii. 83

cœruleocephala, viii. 81

calva, viii. 94

Cambayensis, viii. 84

Capellei, viii. 95

Capensis, viii. 92

capistrata, viii. 86

Caribæa, viii. 79

Carolinensis, viii. 91

carunculata, viii. 72. 273

Cerensis, viii. 79

chalcoptera, viii. 78

cincta, viii. 80

cinerea, viii. 84

cobacola, viii. 75

coronata, viii. 72

cristata, viii. 32. 77. 79

var. B., viii. 32

cruenta, viii. 74

cucullata, viii. 77

cyanocephala, viii. 73

curvirostra, viii. 95

cyanovirens, viii. 89

dasypus, viii. 77

dilopha, viii. 86

Dominicensis, viii. 92

Dussumieri, viii. 87

elegans, viii. 80

eques, viii. 77

erythroptera, viii. 82

erythrothorax, viii. 74

fasciata, viii. 90

Franciæ, viii. 80

frontalis, viii. 77

galeata, viii. 77

Columba Geoffroyi, viii. 84

griseola, viii. 76

Guineæ, viii. 79

gutturosa, viii. 77

gymnophthalmos, viii. 80

gyratrix, viii. 77

Hispanica, viii. 77

hispida, viii. 77

holocericea, viii. 82

Hottentotta, viii. 75

humeralis, viii. 91

humilis, viii. 88

hyogastra, viii. 88

Indica, viii. 81

Jamaicensis, viii. 74

jamboo, viii. 81

Javanica, viii. 81

jubata, viii. 77

lacernulata, viii. 86

laticauda, viii. 77

larvata, viii. 82

leucocephala, viii. 79

leucomela, viii. 87

leucoptera, viii. 81

leucotis, viii. 87

littoralis, viii. 78

Livia, viii. 76

locutrix, viii. 86

lophotes, viii. 91

loricator, viii. 89

luctuosa, viii. 88

Macquaria, viii. 92

maculosa, viii. 89

Madagascariensis, viii. 80

magnifica, viii. 86

Malabarica, viii. 85

Malaccensis, viii. 85

marginata, viii. 91

Martinica, viii. 74

Martinicana, viii. 81

Maugei, viii. 92

melanocephala, viii. 82

melanoleuca, viii. 78

melanoptera, viii. 93

migratoria, viii. 90

militaris, viii. 94

miniata, viii. 89

minor, viii. 555

minuta, viii. 75

monarcha, viii. 88

montana, viii. 73

mystacea, viii. 83

Nicobarina, viii. 73

Norwegica, viii. 77

oceanica, viii. 90

Œnas, viii. 76

olax, viii. 94

oxyura, viii. 95

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Columba Pacifica, viii. 78

palumbus, viii. 76

Pampusan, viii. 88

passerina, viii. 75

percussor, viii. 77

perspicillata, viii. 88

phœnicoptera, viii. 95

phasianella, viii. 91

picazuro, viii. 89

picturata, viii. 88. 90

picui, viii. 75

Pinon, viii. 89

poïciloptera, viii. 89

Pompadora, viii. 95

porphyrea, viii. 85

psittacea, viii. 94

puella, viii. 86

purpurata, viii. 90

purpurea, viii. 95

Reinwartii, viii. 91

risoria, viii. 77. 290

rubri capillæ, viii. 80

ruffina, viii. 81

sanguinea, viii. 74

Sanctæ Thomæ, viii. 94

scripta, viii. 87

Senegalensis, viii. 85

Sinica, viii. 82

spadicea, viii. 77

speciosa, viii. 79

squamosa, viii. 85

strepitans, viii. 92

striata, viii. 85

superba, viii. 83

Suratensis, viii. 84

tabellaria, viii. 77

Talpacoti, viii. 74

tannensis, viii. 95

tigrina, viii. 84

turbita, viii. 77

Turcica, viii. 77

turtur, viii. 77

tympanistria, viii. 83

venusta, viii. 92

vernans, viii. 94

vinacea, viii. 77. 84

violacea, viii. 81

viridis, viii. 82

Wallia, viii. 93

xanthonura, viii. 87

zenoida, viii. 90

zoæ, viii. 89

Coly African, vii. 164

black-throated, vii. 164

Cape, vii. 163

green, vii. 164

Panay, vii. 163

radiated, vii. 163

Coly, Senegal, vii. 164

white-backed, vii. 164

Colymbus, viii. 546. 551. 628

Arcticus, viii. 552. 631

auritus, viii. 548. 549

bicornis, viii. 549

Caspicus, viii. 548

Cayanus, viii. 550

cornutus, viii. 548

cristatus, viii. 547

Dominicus, viii. 550

glacialis, viii. 552. 630

grylla, viii. 554

Hebridus, viii. 548

Immer, viii. 552

lacteolus, viii. 554

minor, viii. 548. 633

nigricans, viii. 548

obscurus, viii. 548

parotis, viii. 548

podiceps, viii. 549

Pyrenaïcus, viii. 549

rubricollis, viii. 548

Septentrionalis, viii. 553

stellatus, viii. 553

striatus, viii. 553

subcristatus, viii. 548

Thomensis, viii. 550

Troile, viii. 553. 632

urinator, viii. 547

vulgaris, viii. 548

Condor, vi. 19. 167

Conirostres, vii. 116

suppl. on the, vii. 193

Conophagus, vi. 409

Conurus, vii. 483. 578

Coot, cinereous, viii. 415

grebes, viii. 550

Coq de roche, vii. 2

le petit, vi. 354

Coracias, vii. 185

Abyssinica, vii. 186

Afra, vii. 188

Bengalensis, vii. 186

cœrulea, vii. 187

Caffra, vii. 187

caudats, vii. 187

Cayana, vii. 187

Cayanensis, vi. 300

cyanea, vii. 187

cyanogaster, vii. 187

docilis, vi. 423; vii. 187

garrula, vii. 185

Indica, vii. 186

Madagascariensis, vii. 188

Mexicana, vii. 187

militaris, vi. 359; vii. 187

nigra, vii. 187

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Coracias orientalis, vii. 188

pacifica, vi. 266; vii. 187

pilosa, vii. 187

puella, vi. 373; vii. 187

sagittatus, vi. 417

scutata, vi. 359; vii. 187

Sinensis, vii. 187

strepera, vi. 289; vii. 187

striata, vi. 266; vii. 187

Temminckii, vii. 186

tibicen, vi. 289

vagabunda, vii. 180

varia, vi. 289; vii. 187

viridis, vii. 186; vii. 187

Coracina, vi. 293

cephaloptera, vi. 358

cristata, vi. 424

fasciata, vi. 293

gymnocephala, vi. 358

gymnoderma, vi. 370

ornata, vi. 358

rubra, vi. 359

Corbi Calao, vi. 412; vii. 419

Cordon bleu, vi. 360

Coridonix, vii. 460

Cormorant, little, viii. 590

longap, viii. 591

Cormorants, viii. 589. 590

Corncrake, vii. 541

Corneille, à duvet blanc, vii. 177

Corvorant, common, viii. 651

Corvorants, viii. 651

Corvus, vii. 174

affinis, vii. 380

Africanus, vii. 180

albicollis, vii. 177

argyrophthalmus, vii. 183

Australis, vii. 178

azureus, vii. 180

balicassius, vi. 372; vii. 183

brachyurus, vi. 400; vii. 183

brachyurus β, vi. 401

brachyurus δ, vi. 400

brachyurus ε, vi. 401

brachyurus η, vi. 401

Caledonicus, vii. 180

calvus, vi. 358; vii. 183

Canadensis, vii. 182

Caribæus, vii. 183

carunculatus, vii. 183

caryocatactes, vii. 183

Cayanus, vii. 179

clericus, vii. 178

collurio, vi. 295

Columbianus, vii. 178

corax, vii. 175

cornix, vii. 176. 332

corone, vii. 175

crinelus, vi. 396

Corvus crinitus, vi. 423

cristatellus, vii. 182

cristatus, vii. 181

crucirostra, vii. 329

cyaneus, vii. 179

cyanoleucus, vi. 290; vii. 182

cyanopogon, vii. 180

cyanurus, vi. 400; vii. 183

Dauricus, vii. 177

enca, vii. 178

eremita, vii. 183. 380

erythrorhynchus, vii. 179

flavigaster, vi. 320

flaviventris, vii. 183

flavus, vi. 320

Floridanus, vii. 182

frugilegus, vii. 176. 331

garrulus, vi. 396

glandularius, vii. 181

gracula, vii. 380

graculinus, vi. 415

grallarius, vi. 403; vii. 183

gymnocephalus, vii. 183

Hottentottus, vii. 183

infaustus, vii. 182

Jamaicensis, vii. 177

leucognaphalus, vii. 177

leucophœus, vii. 175. 178

melanoleucus, vi. 290

melanops, vi. 293. 363

Mexicanus, vii. 178. 183

monedula, vii. 176. 332

montanus, vii. 178

nasicus, vii. 178

Novæ Guineæ, vi. 293. 363; vii. 183

nudus, vi. 370

olivaceus, vii. 180

ossifragus, vii. 178

Pacificus, vi. 290

Papuensis, vi. 293. 363; vii. 183

paradoxus, vi 413

Peruvianus, vii. 179

pica, vii. 179

pileatus, vii. 180

purpurascens, vii. 182

pyrrhocorax, vi. 396; vii. 183

rufipennis, vi. 393; vii. 183

rufus, vii. 180

Russicus, vii. 182

scapulatus, vii. 177

segetum, vii. 175. 178

Senegalensis, vii. 179

sexsetaceus, vi. 396

Sibiricus, vii. 181

speciosus, vii. 183

spermologus, vii. 178

splendens, vii. 177

Cuv. Index.

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Corvus splendidus, vi. 393

squamulosus, vi. 295

Stelleri, vii. 181

Surinamensis, vii. 133

torquatus, vii. 182

tropicus, vi. 290

ultramarinus, vii. 182

varians, vii. 184. 336

ventralis, vii. 179

zanöe, vii. 180

Corydalla, vi. 479

Corythaix, vii. 507. 584

Corythus, vii. 161

Cotingas, vi. 358. 503; viii. 683

common, vi. 359. 503

Coturnix dactylisonans, viii. 56

torquata, viii. 58

Cotyle, vii. 61

Cou jaune, le, vi. 472

Couas, vii. 458. 536

Coucals, vii. 460

Couhieh, vi. 243

Couigniop, vi. 393

Coupeur d'eau, viii. 586

Courlan, viii. 478

Coulicous, vii. 536

Courliri, viii. 478

Courlis à mèches étroites du Cap, viii. 364

Courol, African, vii. 461

Courols, vii. 461

Couroucoui, vii. 473

Courser, collared, viii. 325

Coromandel, viii. 324

double collared, viii. 325

Coursers, viii. 324. 467

Coz quauhtli, vi. 164

Crabeater of Mahon, viii. 339. 490

Crabeaters, viii. 337. 490

Craboli, viii. 535

Crake Australasian, viii. 332

Baillon, viii. 407

banded, viii. 542

black-bellied Indian, viii. 332

brown, viii. 331

common, viii. 330. 476

gigantic, viii. 350. 505

hooping, viii. 331

Indian, viii. 331, 332

Siberian, viii. 331

Stanley's, viii. 330

white-spotted, viii. 542

Cranes, viii. 468

crowned, viii. 329

Crapaud volant, vii. 105

Craticus, vi. 290

Crave, New Holland, vii. 380

of Europe, vii. 380

Craves, vii. 379. 398

Cravate frisée, le, vi. 416

Crax, viii. 3

alector, viii. 3

carunculata, viii. 5

Blumenbachii, viii. 5

faciolata, viii. 5

galeata, viii. 6

globicera, viii. 4. 115

globulosa, viii. 5

Pauxi, viii. 6. 117

rubra, viii. 4. 108. 116

rubrirostris, viii. 5

tomentosa, viii. 6

tuberosa, viii. 7

uramutum, viii. 7

vociferans, viii. 7

Creadion, vi. 413

Creeper, beautiful, vii. 364

black and blue, vii. 353

black and yellow, vii. 355; viii. 689

blue-headed, vii. 361

Bourbon, vii. 354

Byron's, vii. 390

cardinal, vii. 354

Ceylonese, vii. 361

cinnamon, vii. 349

collared, vii. 360

copper, vii. 361

crimson, vii. 353

European, vii. 388

familiar, vii. 349

famous, vii. 364

great hook-billed, vii. 358

green-faced, vii. 362

grey, vii. 362

gold, vii. 361

hook-billed green, vii. 358

Loten's, vii. 360

orange-backed, vii. 357

picucule, vii. 350

pied, vii. 362

red-backed, vii. 357

red-breasted, vii. 361

red-brown, vii. 362

saccharine, vii. 364

scarlet, vii. 357

Senegal, vii. 361

shining, vii. 364

thorn-tailed, vii. 349

tufted-eared, vi. 421

violet-headed, vii. 364

wattled, vi. 413

yellow-rumped, vii. 354

Creepers, vii. 348. 388

of the wall, vii. 352

Cresserelle, vi. 26

Crex, viii. 406. 541

chloropus, viii. 411

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Crex galeata, viii. 412

lateralis, viii. 409

lugubris, viii. 410

Martinica, viii. 413

melampyga, viii. 409

mustelina, viii. 409

nigra, viii. 409

plumbea, viii. 410

pratensis, viii. 407

pulchra, viii. 410

rubiginosa, viii. 409

Criniger, vi. 296

Crombea, le, vii. 357

Crossbill, vii. 160

common, vii. 315

white-winged, vii. 161

Crossbills, vii. 160. 315

Crotophaga, vii. 457. 476

major, vii. 476

minor, vii. 476

Crow, carrion, vii. 175

chattering, vii. 177

cinereous, vii. 182

Clark's, vii. 178

downy, vii. 177

fish, vii. 178

hooded, vii. 176. 332

New Guinea, vi. 293

Papuan, vi. 293

rock, vi. 375

rufous, vii. 180

Senegal, vii. 179

Siberian, vii. 181

Steller's, vii. 181

Surinam, vii. 133. 233

white vi. 165. 189

white-breasted, vii. 177

Crows, vii. 174. 326

Crymophylus, viii. 383

rufus, viii. 384

Crypsirina, vii. 184

Cryptonix, viii. 31. 241

black, viii. 32

coronatus, viii. 31

ferrugineus, viii. 33

niger, viii. 32. 33

rufus, viii. 33. 55

Cryptura, fasciata, viii. 70

guagu, viii. 71

gubercola, viii. 67

magoua, viii. 67

solitaria, viii. 69

Crypturus, viii. 66

adspersus, viii. 68

cœrulescens, viii. 68

parvirostris, viii. 68

Cuckow, vii. 514

Æthiopian, vii. 461

black and white, vii. 461

Cuckow black-billed, vii. 455

blue, vii. 458

brazen, vii. 457

Cape, vii. 454

Carolina, vii. 455

Cayenne, vii. 459

chestnut, vii. 459

collared, vii. 455

common, vii. 454. 516

cupreous, vii. 456

De Lalande's, vii. 458

edolio, vii. 455

Egyptian, vii. 460

Flinders's, vii. 536

giant, vii. 461

gilded, vii. 456

great Madagascar, vii. 458

Guira, vii. 457

honey, vii. 462

klaas, vii. 456

lark-heeled, vii. 460

lesser honey, vii. 462

long-billed, vii. 459

long-necked, vii. 460

Madagascar crested, vii. 458

mangrove, vii. 459

masked, vii. 463

Mindanao, vii. 457

noisy, vii. 455

Panayan, vii. 455

pheasant, vii. 459

Philippine, vii. 460

red-brown, vii. 460

rufous, vii. 461

rufous spotted, vii. 457

sacred, vii. 457. 536

shining, vii. 456

society, vii. 457

solitary, vii. 454

spotted, vii. 459

white-billed, vii. 462

white rumped, vii. 463

white-rumped black, vii. 463

yellow-bellied, vii. 456

Cuckows, vii. 453

true, vii. 453

Cuculus, vii. 453. 514

Æthiops, vii. 461

Afer, vii. 461

albirostris, vii. 462

Americanus, vii. 455

ateralbus, vii. 461

auratus, vii. 451

Bengalensis, vii. 460

brachypterus, vii. 459

Brasiliensis, vii. 459

bubutus, vii. 460

cœruleus, vii. 458

canorus, vii. 454. 516

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Cuculua Capensis, vii. 454

Carolinenais, vii. 455

Cayanus, vii. 459

Chalcites, vii. 457

clamosus, vii. 455. 464

Clasii, vii. 456

cornutus, vii. 459

Coromandus, vii. 455

cristatus, vii. 458

cupreus, vii. 456

Dominicus, vii. 464

edolius, vii. 455

Egyptius, vii. 460

erythrophthalmus, vii. 455

flavus, vi. 456

Flindersii, vii. 458

gigas, vii. 461

glandarius, vii. 454

Guira, vii. 457

honoratus, vii. 457. 536

indicator, vii. 462

Indicus, vii. 458

Lalandii, vii. 456

lucidus, vii. 456

maculatus, vii. 457

Madagascariensis, vii. 458

melanoleucus, vii. 455

Mindanensis, vii. 457

minor, vii. 462

nævius, vii. 459

nigrorufus, vii. 460

Orientalia, vii. 458. 464

Panayus, vii. 458

Paradiseus, vii. 463

Persa, vii. 507

Philippensis, vii. 460

Pisanus, vii. 454. 458

pluvialis, vii. 459

poliocephalus, vii. 458

punctulatus, vii. 459

punctatus, vii. 457

pyrrhocephalus, vii. 464

radiatus, vii. 455. 458

regius, vii. 507

rubibandus, vii. 459

rufalbinus, vii. 463

rufinus, vii. 461

scolopaceus, vii. 457

Senegalensis, vii. 460

seniculus, vii. 459

serratus, vii. 455

Sinenais, vii. 464

solitarius, vii. 454

Sonneratii, vii. 458

Taitensis, vii. 457

tenebrosus, vii. 463

tolu, vii. 460

tranquillus, vii. 463

vetula, vii. 459

Cujelier, vii. 117

Culdor, le, vi. 389. 391

Culicivorae, viii. 682

Cultirostres, viii. 327. 468

Curassow blue, vii. 585

crested, viii. 3. 109

Cumana, viii. 8. 9

cushew, viii. 6

globose, viii. 4. 115

piping, viii. 9. 123

razor-billed, viii. 6

red, viii. 4. 116

wattled, 5

Curicaca, viii. 361

Curlew, viii. 519

Cape, viii. 380. 531

Chili, viii. 366

common, viii. 364. 520

Derhomai, viii. 366

Esquimaux, viii. 365

green, viii. 363

little, viii. 521

long-billed, viii. 365

Luzonian, viii. 366

Madagascar, viii. 364

Otaheite, viii. 366

pygmy, viii. 380

sea coast, viii. 365

sea side lesser, viii. 365

white-headed, viii. 366

Curlews, viii. 364

Curruca, vi. 440

garrula, vi. 445

Cursorius, viii. 324

Asiaticus, viii. 324

bicinctus, viii. 325

chalcopterus, viii. 325

grallator, viii. 325

Isabellinus, viii. 324

Temminckii, viii. 325

Curucau rase, viii. 361

Cyclaris, vi. 270; viii. 679

Cygnus, viii. 597

atratus, viii. 599

Canadensis, viii. 600

cucullatus, viii. 444

gelbus, viii. 598

melanocephalus, viii. 599

melanorhynchus, viii. 599

musicus, viii. 599

niger, viii. 661

nigricollis, viii. 599

olor, viii. 659

Sinensis, viii. 600

Cymbops, viii. 335

Cymindis, vi. 47. 62

Cyphos macrodactylus, vii. 473

Cypselus, vii. 57

albicollis, viii. 687

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Cypselus Alpinus, vii. 59

Alpinus Africanus, vii. 59

Balasiensis, vii. 60

Caffer, vii. 60

collaris, vii. 67. 70

comatus, vii. 59

giganteus, vii. 70; viii. 687

gutturalis, vii. 60

longipennis, vii. 59

murarius, vii. 58

mystaceus, vii. 59; viii. 687

parvus, vii. 60

Dacelo, vii. 412. 426

cinnamoninus, vii. 412; viii. 689

concreta, vii. 412

cyanotis, vii. 413

Gaudichaud, vii. 413

pulchellus, vii. 413

Dacnis, vi. 465; vii. 171; viii. 688

Dædalion, vi. 48. 236

Dafila, viii. 618

Daptrius, vi. 40

ater, vi. 41

Darter, viii. 655

black-bellied, viii. 595

yellow-necked, viii. 596

Dasyornis, vi. 470

Australis, vi. 470

Dauphinois, vi. 490

Daw, vii. 332

Dedalion, vi. 52

Delophus, vi. 422. 425

Demoiselle de Numidie, viii. 475

Dendrocolaptes, vii. 350

bivittatus, vii. 351

crassirostris, vii. 352

decumanus, vii. 350

falcirostris, vii. 350

frontirostris, vii. 352

fuscus, vii. 351

guttatus, vii. 351

platyrostris, vii. 350

procurvus, vii. 351

rufus, vii. 351

sylviellus, vii. 348

tenuirostris, vii. 351

Wagleri, vii. 351

angustirostris, vii. 352

falcularius, vii. 352

guttatus, vii. 352

pyrrhosophius, vii. 352

rubricaudatus, vii. 352

Dendroplex, viii. 689

Dentirostres, vi. 262

Dicæum, vii. 356

choronotus, vii. 357

flaviuim, vii. 357

Dicæum rubescens, vii. 357

rufescens, vii. 357

Dicea, vi. 412; vii. 356

Diceum, vii. 390; viii. 685

Dicholophus, viii. 326

Dicrurus, vi. 371

æneus, vi. 372

cristatus, vi. 371

leucogaster, vi. 372

leucophœus, vi. 372

lophorinus, vi. 372

longus, vi. 371

macrocercus, vi. 372

musicus, vi. 373

mystaceus, vi. 373

platurus, vi. 371

Didus, viii. 299

ineptus, viii. 299. 443

Nazarinus, viii. 299. 300

solitarius, viii. 299

Dioch, vii. 137

rose, le, vii. 137

Diomedea, viii. 571

brachyura, viii. 572

Chinensis, viii. 572

chlororhynchos, viii. 573

exulans, viii. 571

fuliginosa, viii. 573

melanophris, viii. 572

spadicea, viii. 572

Diplectron, viii. 13

Dishwasher, vi. 369

Distingue roux à tête noire, vi. 292

Diver, black-throated, viii. 552

imber, viii. 552

Newcastle, viii. 552

northern, viii. 552

red-throated, viii. 553

striped, viii. 553

Divers, viii. 546. 551. 630

Greenland, viii. 555

Dod-aers, viii. 444

Dod-aersen, viii. 444

Dodo, vii. 299

hooded, viii. 299

Nazarene, viii. 299. 446

solitary, viii. 299. 446

Dolichonyx, viii. 688

Dotterel, viii. 308

sea, viii. 385

Double sourcil, le, vi. 469

Dove, ground, viii. 75

turtle, viii. 289

Doves, Portugal, viii. 77

Dragon, le, vii. 171

Dromaius, viii. 298. 443

Dromas, viii. 354

Ardeola, viii. 354

Drongear, vi. 373

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Drongi, vi. 372

Drongo à moustaches, vi. 373

bronzé, le, vi. 372

Drongolon, le, vi. 372

Drongos, vi. 371. 510

Dronte, viii. 443

Drymoica, viii. 687

Drymophila, vi. 283

atra, vi. 284

leucopus, vi. 283

longipes, vi. 283

trifasciata, vi. 283

variegata, vi. 284

velata, vi. 284; viii. 679

Duck arched, viii. 623. 670

Arabic, viii. 625

American tufted, viii. 614

Alexandrine, viii. 625

Barbary, viii. 618

black, viii. 608

black-bellied whistling, viii. 620

black-tailed, viii. 624

brown, viii. 624

canvas-backed, viii. 615

castaneous, viii. 614

crested, viii. 624

curved-bill, viii. 619

Damietta, viii. 625

Dominican, viii. 625

dusky, viii. 622

European, viii. 614

falcated, viii. 624

ferrugineous, viii. 614, 615

Gadwal, viii. 621

Garganey, viii. 623

Gattair, viii. 625

Georgian, viii. 624

Gmelin, viii. 616

golden-eye, viii. 610

Greenland, viii. 625

grey-headed, viii. 612

harlequin, viii. 610

Hawkesbury, viii. 621. 670

hook-billed, viii. 619

Iceland, viii. 615

Ilathera, viii. 622

Kekuschka, viii. 625

king, viii. 611

lobate, viii. 609

long-tailed, viii. 609

mallard, viii. 619

Mareca, viii. 624

membranaceous, viii. 617

Mexican, viii. 624

Muscovy, viii. 618

New Holland, viii. 617

New Zealand, viii. 616

olive-tufted, viii. 614

pied, viii. 615. 669

Duck plnk-headed, viii. 614

pintail, viii. 618

pochard, viii. 612

radjah, viii. 621

red, viii. 615

red-billed whistling, viii. 620

red-breasted, viii. 616

red-crested, viii. 612

ruddy, viii. 615

scaup, viii. 613

scoter, viii. 607

shoveler, viii. 669

Sisæir, viii. 625

soft-bill, viii. 617

solitary, viii. 625

Spanish, viii. 620. 671

spirit, viii. 611

spotted-beaked, viii. 620

spotted-billed, viii. 622

summer, viii. 620

supercilious, viii. 624

tufted, viii. 614

Ural, viii. 608

velvet, viii. 608

western, viii. 615

white-faced, viii. 613. 624

wild, viii. 671

Ducks, viii. 597. 607. 664

Ducs, vii. 76

Dulang, vii. 579

Dulus, vi. 317

palmarum, vi. 318

Dumlin, viii. 370

Dysporus, viii. 593

Capensis, viii. 594

piscator, viii. 594

EAGLE bald, vi. 37

black and white, vi. 35

black-headed, vi. 46

black-tufted, of Africa, vi. 45

Blagre, vi. 39

Bonelli's, vi. 35

Chinese, vi. 46

common, vi. 33. 228

crown, vi. 36

crowned, vi. 35. 47

crying, vi. 37

fishing, vi. 38

golden, vi. 225

grey French, vi. 40

great, vi. 225

hook-billed, vi. 47

imperial, vi. 34

long-beaked, vi. 48

Mace's, vi. 38

marine, vi. 38

martial, vi. 35. 229

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Eagle noisy, vi. 46

piscivorous, vi. 37

Pondicherry, vi. 38

Reinwardt's, vi. 35

ring-tailed, vi. 33

roc, vi. 175

rough-footed, vi. 34

royal, vi. 225

sea, vi. 36

small Cayenne, vi. 4

spotted, vi. 34. 46

tufted of Guiana, vi. 43

tyrant, vi. 46

vulture, vi. 22

vulturine, vi. 23

wedge-tailed, vi. 36. 230

white, vi. 49

white-bellied, vi. 38

Eagles, vi. 33. 220

fisher, vi. 36. 42

properly so called, vi. 33

Eatna, vii. 428

Echassiers, viii. 293. 421

Echenilleurs, vi. 361. 503, 504

Eclatant, l'. vi. 393

Edolius, vi. 371

azureus, vi. 373

cineraceus, vi. 371

remifer, vi. 373

retifer, vi. 371

Effrayé, vi. 75

Egret, demi viii. 341

great, viii. 338, 339. 491

little, viii. 338. 490

reddish, viii. 341

Egrets, viii. 338. 490

Eider, viii. 665

Eiders, viii. 611

Elanoides, vi. 58

Elanus, vi. 57

cæsius, vi. 58

Elgithina, vi. 448

Embaguari, viii. 507

Embergoose, viii. 631

Emberiza, vii. 124. 223

Amazona, vii. 129

Americana, vii. 129. 148

Angolensis, vii. 129. 150

Asiatica, vii. 130

atricapilla, vii. 129

Badensis, vii. 126

Borbonica, vii. 127. 139

Brasiliensis, vii. 127. 139

brumalis, vii. 127

cæsia, vii. 127

Calfat, vii. 129

Capensis, vii. 127. 136

chlorocephala, vii. 126

Emberiza, chrysophrys, vii. 130

chrysoptera, vii. 129

cia, vii. 125

ciris, vii. 127. 136

cirlus, vii. 125

citrinella, vii. 125. 224

coccinea, vii. 129

cœrulea, vii. 127

cristata, viii. 687

cyanopis, vii. 127

erythropthalma, vii. 129

familiaris, vii. 129

ferruginea, vii. 129

flavifrons, vi. 298

fucata, vii. 130

fusca, vii. 129

grisea, vii. 129

gubernatrix, vii. 127. 227

hortulana, vii. 126. 226

jacarina, vi. 298

Lesbia, vii. 126

leucophrys, vii. 148

longicauda, vii. 150. 228

Lotharingica, vii. 125

luctuosa, vi. 340

Ludoviciana, vii. 129

melanocephala, vii. 128

melanodera, vii. 130

melbensis, vii. 126

Mexicana, vii. 129

miliaria, vii. 126. 226

militaris, vii. 129

mixta, vii. 129

montana, vii. 128

mustelina, vii. 128

nivalis, vii. 128

olivacea, vii. 129

Oonalashkensis, vii. 129

oryzivora, vii. 127. 148. 171; viii. 688

Panayensis, vii. 150

Paradisea, vii. 150

passerina, vii. 125

pecoris, vii. 168

pithyornis, vii. 128

Platensis, vii. 129

principalis, vii. 150

provincialis, vii. 125

psittacea, vii. 150

pusilla, vi. 298; vii. 129

quadricolor, vii. 127. 151

quelea, vii. 127. 137

regia, vii. 149

rubra, vii. 127. 131

rustica, vii. 129

rutila, vii. 129

Sandwichensis vii. 130

schœniclus, vi. 126. 225

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Emberisa serena, vii. 149

Sinensis, vii. 129

striolata, vii. 127

superciliosa, vii. 130

Surinamensis, vii. 130

textor, vii. 134

vidua, vii. 150

viridis, vii. 129

Emberisoides, vii. 127. 130; viii. 688

marginalis, vii. 130

melanotes, vii. 130

Eme, viii. 298

Emérillon, vi. 26

Emeu, viii. 298. 443

Emu, viii. 440

American, viii. 296

Entomyzon, vi. 415

Engoulevent, vii. 105

Enicurus, vi. 478

coronatus, vi. 478

velatus, vi. 478

Epervier patu, vi. 45

Epimachi, vii. 382. 399

Epimachus, vii. 382

albus, vii. 383

magnificus, vii. 384

promefil, vii. 384

regius, vii. 384

superbus, viii. 689

with frizzled ornaments, vii. 382

Ereunetes, viii. 391

Erodia amphilensis, viii. 354

Erodies, viii. 353

Erody Abyssinian, viii. 354

Erolia, viii. 381

variegata, viii. 381

Espionneur, l', vi. 376

Etourneau à camail rouge, vii. 173

Eudynames, vii. 458

Eudytes, viii. 551

Euphone rufiventris, vi. 298

Eurinorhynchus, viii. 383. 531

griseus, viii. 383

Eurypyga, viii. 480

Eurystomus cyanocollis, vii. 188

gularis, vii. 188

purpurascens, vii. 188

FAISAN DE LA GUIANE, viii. 129

Falcinellus, vii. 381; viii. 381. 531

cyanomelus, vii. 406

pygmæus, viii. 380

Falco, vi. 23, 24. 195

Acoli, vi. 67

Ægyptius, vi. 59. 243

æruginosus, vi. 66

Falco aguia, vi. 35

albescens, vi. 46

albicans, vi. 65

albicaudus, vi. 36

albicella, vi. 36

albidus, vi. 62. 64

albus, vi. 47. 49. 66

Aldrovandi, vi. 27

ambustus, vi. 23

Angolensis, vi. 17

apivorus, vi. 59

aquilinus, vi. 41

armiger, vi. 35

ater, vi. 58

aterrimus, vi. 41

atricapillus, vi. 46. 49

aurantius, vi. 28

Austriacus, vi. 58

axillaris, vi. 37

bacha, vi. 62

badius, vi. 56

Banksia, vi. 54

barbarus, vi. 24, 25

barbatus, vi. 22

bellicosa, vi. 35

Berigora, vi. 29

biarmicus, vi. 27

bidentatus, vi. 31

Blagrus, vi. 39

Bohemicus, vi. 66

Bonelli, vi. 35

Borealis, vi. 62

brachydactylus, vi. 40

brachypterus, vi. 50

Brasiliensis, vi. 40

Brissonianus, vi. 54

Brownii, vi. 56

busarellus, vi. 63

buteo, vi. 61. 246

buzon, vi. 63

cachinnans, vi. 52

cœrulescens, vi. 30

Canadensis, vi. 33

candicans, vi. 32

Capensis, vi. 28

Carolinensis, vi. 39

Cayenensis, vi. 39. 47

cenchroides, vi. 29

cheriway, vi. 40

chicquera, vi. 28

chrysaëtos, vi. 33

cineraceus, vi. 66

cinereus, vi. 32

columbarius, vi. 30

communis, vi. 24. 61. 66

fuscus, vi. 62

concolor, vi. 27

connivens, vi. 61

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Falco coronatus, vi. 35, 36. 45. 47

cristatellus, vi. 45

cristatus, vi. 42

crotophagus, vi. 42

cuculoides, vi. 55

cyaneus, vi. 65

cygneus, vi. 33

degener, vi. 42

deiroleucus, vi. 27

desertorum, vi. 63. 65

destructor, vi. 42

diodon, vi. 31

dispar, vi. 58

dominicensis, vi. 30

Dussumieri, vi. 55

ecaudatus, vi. 64

femoralis, vi. 29

formosus, vi. 41

Forskahlii, vi. 59

frenatus, vi. 67

fringillarius, vi. 30

frontalis, vi. 28. 199

fucosa, vi. 36

fulvous, vi. 33

furcatus, vi. 58

fuscus, vi. 48

gabar, vi. 53

gallicus, vi. 40

gallinarius, vi. 48

gentilis, vi. 48

glaucopis, vi. 47

gracilis, vi. 50

griseus, vi. 66

Guianensis, vi. 43

gymnogenys, vi. 68

gyrfalco, vi. 48

haliætus, vi. 39

hamatus, vi. 48

harpyia, vi. 42

hemidactylus, vi. 50

herotinus, vi. 25

historionicus, vi. 68

hyemalis, vi. 67

ichthyætus, vi. 38

imperialis, vi. 34. 42

Indicus, vi. 52

insectivorus, vi. 55

Islandicus, vi. 24

jackal, vi. 63

Jacquini, vi. 42

lagopus, vi. 60

laniarius, vi. 29

Lathami, vi. 30

latissimus, vi. 49

leuchauchen, vi. 51

leucocephalus, vi. 37. 61

leucogaster, vi. 38

leucomelas, vi. 67

leucopygus, vi. 47

Falco leucorhynchus, vi. 52

Leverianus, vi. 62

limnæatus, vi. 45

lineatus, vi. 67

lithofalco, vi. 26

longipes, vi. 59

Macei, vi. 38

macrourus, vi. 56

maculatus, vi. 34

maculosa, vi. 46

Madagascariensis, vi. 18

magnirostris, vi. 51

magnus, vi. 22

Malayensis, vi. 35

melanaëtos, vi. 33

melanoleucus, vi. 68

melanops, vi. 52

melanopterus, vi. 57

milvus, vi. 58

minullus, vi. 53

Mississippiensis, vi. 57

minuta, vi. 54

mogilnik, vi. 33. 34

monogrammicus, vi. 27

montanus, vi. 66

musicus, vi. 54

nævius, vi. 34

niger, vi. 22. 33. 61

nisus, vi. 53

nitidus, vi. 50

niveus, vi. 44

Novæ Hollandæ, vi. 49

Novæ Zelandiæ, vi. 41. 44

nudicollis, vi. 41

occipitalis, vi. 45

œsalon, vi. 26

orientalis, vi. 52

ornatus, vi. 45

ossifragus, vi. 36

pœcilonotus, vi. 64

palliatus, vi. 64

palumbarius, vi. 48

palustris, vi. 67

parasiticus, vi. 59. 242

pennatus, vi. 34. 60

Pennsylvanicus, vi. 49. 54

peregrinus, vi. 24

pileatus, vi. 55

piscator, vi. 38

plancus, vi. 41

plumbea, vi. 57

poliogaster, vi. 51

poliogenys, vi. 65

polyosoma, vi. 65

Pondicerianus, vi. 38

pterocles, vi. 64

ptilorhynchos, vi. 60

punctatus, vi. 29

pygargus, vi. 65

Cuv. Index.

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Falco radiatus, vi. 51

ranlvorus, vi. 66

Riocourii, vi. 58

rufipes, vi. 26

rufus, vi. 56. 66

rupicola, vi. 28

rupicolis, vi. 28. 202

rutilans, vi. 67

sacer, vi. 32

Sancti Johannis, vi. 61

Senegalensis, vi. 45

serpentarius, vi. 69

severus, vi. 27

Sinensis, vi. 46

soloensis, vi. 55

sparverius, vi. 30. 202

stellaris, vi. 25. 29

striolatus, vi. 50

subbuteo, vi. 26. 200

sufflator, vi. 53

superbus, vi. 45

Tachardus, vi. 62

Tachiro, vi. 63

thoracicus, vi. 29

tibialis, vi. 28. 199. 200

tinnunculoides, vi. 26

tinnunculus, vi. 26

torquatus, vi. 54

trivirgatus, vi. 51

tyrannus, vi. 46

uliginosus, vi. 66

unicinatus, vi. 47

unicinctus, vi. 44. 52

urubitinga, vi. 44

variegatus, vi. 62

velox, vi. 55

versicolor, vi. 62

vespertinus, vi. 26

virgatus, vi. 55

vocifer, vi. 37

vociferus, vi. 37

vulturinus, vi. 23. 38

xanthothorax, vi. 50

Falcon, ashy, vi. 48

banded-throat, vi. 27

Barbary, vi. 25

Bengal, vi. 30

black and white, vi. 67

black and white Indian, vi. 68

black-thighed, vi. 28

booted, vi. 34

chaunting, vi. 54

Chicquera, vi. 28

chimachima, vi. 42

colvy, vi. 30

collared, vi. 54

common, vi. 24. 196

crested, vi. 45

crested Indian, vi. 28

Falcon, desert, vi. 63

double-bearded, vi. 27

dwarf, vi. 53

ger, vi. 31. 32

golden red, vi. 67

jackal, vi. 63

kober, vi. 200

lake, vi. 45

laughing, vi. 52

long-legged, vi. 67

long-tailed, vi. 56

Madagascar, vi. 18

maritime, vi. 202

minute, vi. 54

mountain, vi. 202

New Zealand, vi. 41

notched, vi. 31

peregrine, vi. 24

radiated, vi. 51

red-legged, vi. 53

red-throated, vi. 41

Riocour's, vi. 58

rough-footed, vi. 60

Salvador, vi. 67

severe, vi. 27

short-tailed, vi. 64

short-toed, vi. 50

short-winged, vi. 50

snowy, vi. 44

spotted, vi. 29

streaked, vi. 52

Surinam, vi. 53

Tachard, vi. 62

two-toothed, vi. 31

uniform, vi. 27

white-necked, vi. 51

white-rumped, vi. 47

white-throated, vi. 27

winking, vi. 61

winter, vi. 67

yearling, vi. 25

Falconry, vi. 204

Falcons, vi. 23. 195

properly so called, vi. 24

Falcunculus, vi. 295

gutturalis, vi. 296

Fallow Sniech, vi. 435

Family, dentirostral, vi. 481

Father, white, vi. 187

Faucon à queue en ciseaux, vi. 243

chanteur, vi. 54

Faucons pélerins, vi. 25

Fauvette, vii. 7

des Alpes, vii. 36

Fauvettes, vii. 7.

Ficedula, vi. 339. 439

Fieldfare, vi. 384. 524

Figeaters, vi. 471

Figuier à gorge jaune, vi. 472

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Figuier bleu, le, vi. 473

tacheté, le, vi. 472

Figulus, vii. 354

albogularis, vii. 354

Finch, Amaduvade, vii. 144

American yellow, vii. 143

Angola, vii. 145

Bahama, vii. 145

beautiful, vii. 136

black-collared, vii. 132. 232

black-faced, vi. 312; vii. 137

blue-bellied, vii. 144

Brazilian, vii. 144

Canary, vii. 143

citril, vii. 142. 271

common gold, vii. 139

crescent, vii. 135

crimson-crowned, vii. 162

glossy, vii. 144

gold, vii. 252

green gold, vii. 140

Lapland, vii. 119

lark, vii. 148

lazuli, vii. 148

lepid, vii. 143

mountain, vii. 138. 251

orange, vi. 306

parrot, vii. 140

purple, vii. 157. 162

red-headed, vii. 132

ring, vii. 154. 310

rose, vii. 162

savannah, vii. 148

scarlet, vii. 140

sea-side, vii. 149

Senegal, vii. 144

serin, vii. 142

sharp-tailed, vii. 149

snow, vii. 139

thistle, vii. 253

tree, vii. 135. 245

Finches, vii. 138. 246

gold, vii. 139. 252

Finfoot, African, viii. 551

American, viii. 551

Fissirostres, vii. 57

suppl. on the, vii. 82

Flamingo, viii. 543

little, viii. 420

pygmée, viii. 420

red, viii. 419

Flamingos, viii. 418

Flercher, viii. 304

Flûteur, le, vi. 392; vii. 348

Flycatcher, African, vi. 363

Australasian, vi. 346

azure, vi. 329

Banyumas, vi. 345

black, vi. 501

Flycatcher, black-collared, vi. 498

black of Europe, vi. 494

black-tipped, vi. 369

blue gray, vi. 459

Canada, vi. 455

chattering, vi. 355; viii. 683

coach whip, vi. 296

collared, vi. 329. 501

desert, vi. 329

dun, vi. 344

English, vi. 340. 501

fan-tailed, vi. 368

guava, vi. 388

hooded, vi. 455

indigo, vi. 345

Javan, vi. 346

mutable, vi. 330

obscure, vi. 345

Peruvian, vi. 336

pewit, vi. 350

pied, vi. 339. 501

red-bellied, vi. 348

red-eyed, vi. 356

red-vented, vi. 344

round-crested, vi. 332

rufous-fronted, vi. 369

small-headed, vi. 459

solitary, vi. 355

spotted, vi. 339. 493

tyrant, vi. 324

warbling, vi. 356

white, vi. 326

white-eyed, vi. 356

wood pewit, vi. 350

yellow-necked, vi. 329

yellow-fronted, vi. 347

yellow-rumped, vi. 321. 332

yellow-throated, vi. 355

Yetapa, vi. 355

Flycatchers, vi. 318. 328. 491

properly so called, vi. 339

Formicivora, vi. 284

maculata, vi. 284

nigricollis, vi. 284

Fourmillier, le, vi. 437

Fous, viii. 653

Fowl, Guinea, viii. 16. 163

Numidian, viii. 163

oat, vii. 227

pea, viii. 16

Wallichean, viii. 21

Francolin, viii. 261. 263

Le Vaillant's, viii. 49

long-beaked, viii. 50

lunated, viii. 48

thoracic, viii. 50

Francolins, viii. 45

Fratercula, viii. 556

arctica, viii. 634

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Fratercula cirrhata, viii. 635

psittacula, viii. 635

Fregillus, vii. 379

Frigates, viii. 652

Fringilla, vii. 130. 137. 138

Abyssinica, vii. 132

Æthiops, vii. 144

albicollis, vii. 148

Amandava, vii. 144

Americana, vii. 148

Anæna, vii. 148

Angolensis, vii. 145

arborea, vii. 148

arcuata, vii. 135

bella, vii. 310

Bengalus, vii. 144

bicolor, vii. 145

Brissonii, vii. 157

cœrulecens, vii. 145

calcarata, vii. 119. 129

Canadensis, vii. 148

Canaria, vii. 143

cannabina, vii. 142

capitalis, vii. 134

carduelis, vii. 139. 252

caudacuta, vii. 148. 149

cinerea, vii. 139. 145

Cisalpina, vii. 135

citrinella, vii. 127. 142

coccinea, vii. 140

cœlebs, vii. 138. 246

coracina, vi. 300

cristata, vi. 312; vii. 137

crocea, vii. 128

cruciger, vii. 138

cyanea, vii. 148

domestica, vii. 135

elegans, vii. 136

erythrocephala, vii. 127. 131. 132

erythronotos, vii. 146

erythropthalma, vii. 129. 138

fasciata, vii. 148

flammea, vii. 148. 162

flavicollis, vii. 148

frontalis, vii. 146

Georgica, vii. 149

gnatho, vii. 158

graminea, vii. 148

granatina, vii. 144

guttata, vii. 146

Hispaniolensis, vii. 135

hyemalis, vii. 148

ictera, vii. 143

ignicolor, vii. 134

illiaca, vii. 138

Italiæ, vii. 135

Lapponica, vii. 119. 129

laticauda, vii. 134

Fringilla lepida, vii. 143

linaria, vii. 141

leucocephala, vii. 140

lutea, vii. 147

luteola, vii. 134

macroura, vii. 130. 134

Magellanica, vii. 140

maritima, vii. 149

Martinicensis, vii. 158

melanotis, vii. 147

melba, vii. 140

melodia, vii. 148

melpoda, vii. 146

montana, vii. 135. 245

monticola, vii. 148

monti-, vii. 138

montium, vii. 142

nitens, vii. 144

nivalis, vii. 139. 148

noctis, vii. 158

ornata, vii. 147

oryx, vii. 134

otoleucus, vii. 147

palustris, vii. 148

passerina, vii. 148

Pennsylvanica, vii. 148

petronia, vii. 154. 310

phalerata, vii. 134

pinus, vii. 141

polyzona, vii. 147

psaltria, vii. 141

psittacea, vii. 140

purpurea, vii. 157. 162

pusilla, vii. 148

quelea, vii. 137

quinticolor, vii. 146

rosea, vii. 162

rubra, vii. 131

rubriventris, vii. 146

rufa, vii. 138

rufobarbata, vii. 158

Sanguinolenta, vii. 147

savanna, vii. 148

savannarum, vii. 148

Senegala, vii. 144

serinus, vii. 142

simplex, vii. 147

socialis, vii. 148

spinus, vii. 142. 268

var., vii. 140

superciliosa, vii. 150

textris, vii. 131

tricolor, vii. 145

tristis, viL 141. 143; viii. 688

velata, vii. 134

vespertina, vii. 157

viridis, vii. 146

vitellina, vii. 134

zena, vi. 306

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Fringillæ, vii. 227

Fulica, viii. 411.542

Æthiops, viii. 415

Americana, viii. 415

armillata, viii. 415

atra, viii. 414

aterrima, viii. 415

Cayennensis, viii. 403. 409

chloropus, viii. 411

cristata, viii. 415

fistulans, viii. 413

flavipes, viii. 413

flavirostris, viii. 413

Floridana, viii. 415

fusca, viii. 411

leucoptera, viii. 415

leucorix, viii. 415

maculata, viii. 413

Martinica, viii. 413

Mexicana, viii. 415

nævia, viii. 407. 411

Noveboracensis, viii. 408

porphyrio, viii. 412. 542

properly so called, viii. 414

Fuligula, viii. 607. 612. 668

cristata, viii. 614

nigra, viii. 608

oxyura, viii. 608

rufitorques, viii. 614

Furnarius, vii. 354

annumbi, vii. 354

Chilensis, vii. 354

fuliginosus, vii. 354

Lessonii, vii. 354

Fuscalbin, le, vi. 415

GABIOTA CIRCICIENTA, viii. 576

Galapiot, vii. 351; viii. 689

Galbula, vii. 435

albirostris, vii. 436

albiventris, vii. 437

grandis, vii. 437

macroura, vii. 436

paradisea, vii. 436

ruficauda, vii. 436

viridis, vii. 426. 509

Galgulus, vii. 185

melanops, vii. 187

Gallina pratajuola, viii. 453

Gallinæ, viii. 1

suppl. to the, viii. 96

Gallinago media, viii. 368

minima, viii. 369

minor, viii. 369

saturata, viii. 370

Gallinula, viii. 411

Americana, viii. 412

cæsia, viii. 404

Gallinula Carolina, viii. 400

Cayennensis, viii. 404

flavirostris, viii. 413

fusca, viii. 412

galeata, viii. 412

gigas, viii. 404

gularis, viii. 410

Javanica, viii. 411

lugubris, viii. 410

obscura, viii. 412

porphyrio, viii. 413

rubiginosa, viii. 409

ruficeps, viii. 404

sarracura, viii. 404

stellaris, viii. 407

Gallinule, Abyssinian, viii. 410

ardoisée, viii. 411

black-blacked, viii. 413

black-pointed, viii. 414

Cayenne, viii. 403

Chericote, viii. 405

common, viii. 411

crake, viii. 406

crested, viii. 415

dwarf, viii. 407

favourite, viii. 413

Kookra, viii. 410

Jamaica, viii. 408

mangle, viii. 404

Martinico, viii. 413

minute, viii. 408

mournful, viii. 410

New Holland, viii. 414

purple, viii. 412. 542

red-tailed, viii. 411

rufous-breasted, viii. 408

rusty, viii. 409

Soree, viii. 408

spotted, viii. 407

variegated, viii. 403

white, viii. 414

white-chinned, viii. 410. 542

yellow-breasted, viii. 408

Gallinules, viii. 411. 542

Gallus, viii. 18. 170

Anstrutheri, viii. 21

Bankiva, viii. 20. 174. 219

crispus, viii. 19

cristatus, viii. 216

ecaudatus, viii. 21

furcatus, viii. 21. 223

gallinaceus peregrinus, viii. 444

giganteus, viii. 21. 174. 218

Javanicus, viii. 21

lanatus, viii. 19

Macartnyii, viii. 30

Morio, viii. 19

Mozambicus, viii. 19

Patavinus, viii. 21. 218

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Gallus Patuornus, viii. 21

pentedactylus, viii. 20

Persicus, viii. 21

pumilio, viii. 20

Sonneratii, viii. 10

Gampsonyx, vi. 56

Swainsonii, vi. 56

Gamulus Australia, vi. 355

Ganga, viii. 41

chata, viii. 257

Gangas, viii. 256

Gannet, viii. 594

lesser, viii. 594

Garrota, viii. 609. 665

Garrule torquéole, vii. 182

Garrulus, vii. 181

auritus, vii. 182

coœrulescens, vii. 182

galericulatus, vii. 182

gubernatrix, vii. 180

melanogaster, vii. 182

ultramarinus, vii. 182

Geai noir à collier blanc, vi. 268

Geese, viii. 601. 661

Gelinone huppé, viii. 36

Gerfalcon, vi. 31. 202

Gerfalcons, vi. 31

Gilwut, viii. 21

Glareola, viii. 416

Australis, viii. 417

Austriaca, viii. 417

grallaria, viii. 417

Isabella, viii. 417

lactea, viii. 418

nævia, viii. 417

Orientalis, viii. 418

pratincola, viii. 417

torquata, viii. 417

Glaucopis, viii. 184. 336

cinerea, vii. 184

leucoptera, vii. 184

temnura, vii. 184

Glottis, viii. 375

Goatsucker, vii. 104

American, vii. 75

ash-coloured, vii. 80

banded, vii. 79

Bombay, vii. 75

Brasilian, vii. 76

Cayenne, vii. 109

Chuppa, vii. 75

Cold river, vii. 81

collared, vii. 109

European, vii. 106

fork-tailed, vii. 78. 110

gold-coloured, vii. 73

Guiana, vii. 76

Indian, vii. 76

Jamaica, vii. 77

Goatsucker, Javan, vii. 75

Leona, vii. 108

long-tailed, vii. 73

New Holland, vii. 80

rufous, vii. 76

scissor-tailed, vii. 78. 113

sharp-tailed, vii. 77

spotted, vii. 80

strigoïd, vii. 79

Trinidad, vii. 81. 114

varied, vii. 75

Virginian, vii. 108

white-collared, vii. 76

white-necked, vii. 109

white-throated, vii. 74. 79

Goatsuckers, vii. 70

Gobemouche à lunettes, vi. 329

étoilé, vi. 357

noir, vi. 498

Gobemouches, vi. 318

Godwit, American, viii. 374

Barbary, viii. 373

black-tailed, viii. 374

Cambridge, viii. 387

cinereous, viii. 386

common, viii. 372

Hudsonian, viii. 374

lesser, viii. 373

marbled, viii. 374

red, viii. 373

Godwits, viii. 372. 528

Goelands, viii. 574

Goldfinch, common, vii. 139

green, vii. 140

Goosander, viii. 674

Goose, Antarctic, viii. 605

bean, viii. 602

black and white, viii. 621

Brent, viii. 604

bustard, viii. 605

Canada, viii. 599

common, viii. 601

Egyptian, viii. 604

eider, viii. 611

Gambian, viii. 661

grey-headed, viii. 606. 622

loggerhead, viii. 609

Magellanic, viii. 605

painted, viii. 606

red-breasted, viii. 605

ruddy, viii. 622

semipalmated, viii. 621

short-legged, viii. 665

snow, viii. 603

swan, viii. 600

variegated, viii. 606

white-fronted, viii. 602

Gorto, viii. 44

Goruck, vi. 414

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Goshawk, vi. 239

common, vi. 48

crested, vi. 43. 46

Goshawks, vi. 236

Goura, viii. 73. 274

Gracula, vi. 421

athis, vi. 381

barita, vii. 134. 168

calvus, vi. 414

calva, vi. 423

caronculatus, vi. 413. 425

Cayennensis, vii. 350

cristatella, vi. 424. 548

fcetida, vii. 370

glauca, vi. 604

grisea, vi. 423

gryllivora, vi. 422

icterops, vi. 415

larvata, vi. 425

longirostris, vi. 379. 416

melanocephala, vi. 418

melanopterus, vi. 423

nobilis, vi. 416

nudicollis, vi. 370

picoides, vii. 351

plicatus, vi. 418

quiscala, vii. 134. 168

saularis, vi. 294. 392

scandens, vii. 350

sturnina, vi. 425; vii. 174

tristis, vi. 422. 547

viridis, vi. 399

boat-tailed, vii. 134

climbing, vii. 350

dial, vi. 294

green, vi. 399

Paradise, vi. 547

satin, vi. 548

Grakles, vi. 546

Grallæ, viii. 293

suppl. on the, viii. 421

Grallaria, vi. 403; viii. 685

Grallina, vi. 409. 545

melanoleuca, vi. 410

Graucalus, vi. 292

mentalis, vi. 293

Grebe, American, viii. 550

black-breasted, viii. 550

black-naped, viii. 550

Cayenne, viii. 650

Chili, viii. 550

crested, viii. 647

double-horned, viii. 549

eared, viii. 549

hoary, viii. 549

horned, viii. 548

little, viii. 555

Philippine, little, viii. 549

pied-bill, viii. 549

Grebe, red-necked, viii. 648

white-winged, viii. 550

Grebes, viii. 547. 628

Grenouillard, vi. 66

Griffard, vi. 229

Griffins, vi. 21. 190

Griffon, le, vi. 161

Grimpart enfumé, vii. 350

flambré, vii. 350

grand, vii. 350

maillé, vii. 350

promerops, vii. 351

Grimpars, vii. 350

Griveron, le, vi. 386

Grives, vi. 610

Grivetin, le, vi. 391

Grosbeak, vii. 151

Abyssinian, vii. 230

azure, vii. 153

Bengal, vii. 134

black, vii. 154

black-headed, vii. 168

black-lined, vii. 153

blue, vii. 156

Brazilian, vii. 154

Brisson, vii. 157

brown, vii. 163

Caffirarian, vii. 160

Canada, vii. 157

Cape, vii. 137

cardinal, vii. 166

common, vii. 156. 310

crested Dominican, vii. 137

Dominican, vii. 137

evening, vii. 157

fasciated, vii. 155

Gambia, vii. 134

grey-necked, vii. 166

green, vii. 155. 309

grenadier, vii. 136

haw, vii. 156. 310

Java, vii. 153

lineated, vii. 159

Madagascar, vii. 156

Malacca, vii. 162

minute, vii. 159

Molucca, vii. 151

nitid, vii. 152

nun, vii. 159

pensile, vii. 132

Philippine, vii. 131. 230

pine, vii. 161. 316

Porto Rico, vii. 158

purple, vii. 312

red-billed, vii. 151. 314

red-breasted, vii. 154

Siberian, vii. 159

sociable, vii. 133. 232

striated, vii. 152

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Grosbeak, violaceous, vii. 311

warbling, vii. 153

wax-billed, vii. 153

white-headed, vii. 152

white-throated, vii. 157

Grosbeaks, vii. 308

Gros-bec bleu de ciel, vii. 157

longicone, vii. 151

Grous, viii. 34. 243

Bahtah, viii. 42

black, viii. 34. 247

crowned sand, viii. 44

double-banded, viii. 43

dusky, viii. 38

Franklin's, viii. 39

Gorto, viii. 44

haiel, viii. 36. 250

heteroclite, viii. 66. 268

hybrid, viii. 35. 249

Indian, viii. 43

Louisiana, viii. 263

Lybian, viii. 42

Namaqua, viii. 42. 258

pinnated, viii. 37

pintado, viii. 251

pin-tailed, viii. 41. 257

ptarmigan, viii. 40. 253

red, viii. 41. 256

Rehusak, viii. 40

Richardson's, viii. 39

ruffed, viii. 37. 261

Sabine's, viii. 39

sand, viii. 43. 259

Senegal, viii. 42

sharp-tailed, viii. 44

singed, viii. 42. 258

spotted, viii. 36. 251

Surroagur, viii. 44

willow, viii. 40. 266

wood, viii. 34. 243

Grus, viii. 327

Balearica, viii. 475

cinerea, viii. 330. 476

minor, viii. 475

Paradisea, viii. 330

poliocephœa, viii. 331

psophia, viii. 328

struthio, viii. 331

torquata, viii. 332

virgo, viii. 475

Grylle scapularis, viii. 554

Guacuguacu, viii. 585

Guan, viii. 8

courier, viii. 33

eyebrowed, viii. 10

obscure, viii. 9

supercilious, viii. 10

Guana, viii. 7

Guarauna, viii. 333

Gubernates, vi. 318

Cunninghami, vi. 319

Guépier Adanson, vii. 405

gris rose, vii. 405

rouge gorge, vii. 405

Sonnini, vii. 405

Guillemot, black, viii. 632

Brunnich's, viii. 554

foolish, viii. 553. 632

Mandt's, viii. 555

marbled, viii. 555

white, viii. 554

white-lined, viii. 654

Guillemots, viii. 553. 631

Guiraca melanocephala, vii. 157

Guirapita, viii. 512

Guitguits, vii. 389

Gull, Arctic, viii. 579

black-headed, viii. 574. 576

black-hooded, viii. 577

common, viii. 575

fish-eating, viii. 577

forked-tailed, viii. 576

glaucous, viii. 574

herring, viii. 574

ivory, viii. 575

Kittiwake, viii. 579

laughing, viii. 575

little, viii. 577

silvery, viii. 576

skua, viii. 579

white-eyed, viii. 576

Gulls, viii. 573. 644

Gur-Roo-Mul, viii. 563

Gymnocephalus, vi. 357. 503. 508

Gymnoderes, vi. 370. 503

Gymnops, vi. 40

fasciatus, vi. 41

strigillatus, vi. 42

Gypaëte of the Alps, vi. 22

Gypaëtos, vi. 19. 21

barbatus, vi. 164

of Africa, vi. 192

Gypagus, vi. 18

Gypogeranidæ, vi. 68

Gypogeranus, vi. 68. 248

Gyps, vi. 16

Habia à bec orangé, vi. 300

cega blanca, vi. 301

cobigas pintadas, vi. 302

gola negra, vi. 303

jaune, vi. 317

Ponceau, vi. 317

punzo, vi. 302

robustana, vi. 302

roxisa, vi. 301

verde, vi. 301

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Haæmatopus, viii. 322

ater, viii. 324

Brasiliensis, viii. 323

Capensis, viii. 324

leucopus, viii. 324

luctuosus, viii. 323

niger, viii. 324

ostralegus, viii. 323. 466

palliatila, viii. 323

Halcyon cinnamoninus, viii. 689

Haliætua, vi. 36

canonia, vi. 37

Calei, vi. 37

Halieus, viii. 589

Halicua Brasilianus, viii. 591

lucidua, viii. 592

Halodroma, viii. 670. 642

Hardbills, vii. 316

Harfang, vi. 79

Harpagus, vi. 31

Harpies, vi. 42

Harpy, vi. 66

booted, vi. 43

great, vi. 233

great, of America, vi. 42

Harpyia, vi. 42

braccata, vi. 43

ornata, vi. 43. 46

Harrier, hen, vi. 65

Hatis à bec court, viii. 585

à tête noire, viii. 585

Hawk, American sparrow, vi. 30. 202

ash coloured, vi. 49

banded, vi. 49

banded-sided, vi. 64

black-capped, vi. 55

black sparrow, vi. 54

broad-winged, vi. 49

Brown's, vi. 56

Caley's, vi. 37

common, vi. 238

common sparrow, vi. 53

falcon like, vi. 56

fish of America, vi. 39

gos, vi. 49. 236. 239

grey-breasted, vi. 51

Indian sparrow, vi. 55

insectivorous sparrow, vi. 55

Javan sparrow, vi. 55

large-billed, vi. 51

marsh, vi. 66

Nankin, vi. 29

night, vii. 78

one banded, vi. 44. 52

orange speckled, vi. 29

painted, vi. 44

pigeon, vi. 30. 239

prince Maximilian's crested, vi. 236

Cuv. Index.

Hawk, Ray's, vi. 49

red femoral, vi. 29

red-tailed, vi. 62

sharp-shinned, vi. 55

shining, vi. 50

slate coloured, vi. 54

slender, vi. 50

sparrow, vi. 53

speckled sparrow, vi. 63

streaked, vi. 55

three-streaked, vi. 51

whistling, vi. 37

white-billed, vi. 52

yellow-throated, vi. 60

Hawks, vi. 48. 236

eagle, vi. 43

Helias, viii. 333. 480

phalanoides, viii. 334

Heliomis, viii. 550. 629

Senegalensis, viii. 551

Hemipalma, viii. 383

Hemipodius, viii. 61

Dussumierii, viii. 65

fasciatu8, viii. 64

Hottentotus, viii. 64

lunatus, viii. 64

maculosus, viii. 64

Meiffinenii, viii. 63

nigrifrons, viii. 62

nivosus, viii. 63

pugnai, viii. 62

tachydromus, viii. 62

thoracicus, viii. 63

Heorotarii, vii. 357

Heron, Agami, viii. 341. 491

beautiful, viii. 342

black-crested white, viii. 346

blanc, viii. 491

blue, viii. 341, 342. 491

Caledonian night, viii. 346

Cayenne, night, viii. 346

cinnamon, viii. 347

common, viii. 336. 485

crested purple, viii. 489

crowned, viii. 473

demoiselle, viii. 329. 475

gardenian night, viii. 345

great, viii. 336

laminated, viii. 510

Louisiana, viii. 337

Malacca, viii. 343

minute, viii. 347

New Guinea, viii. 337

night, viii. 345. 493

Philippine, viii. 344

purple, viii. 489

red-necked, viii. 491

scolopaceous, viii. 333

snowy, viii. 340

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Heron, spotted, viii. 348

wattled, viii. 332

white-fronted, viii. 342

yellow-necked, viii. 342

Herons, viii. 335.481

night, viii. 346

Herpethotheres, vi. 52

Heteroclite, I', viii. 66

Hians, viii. 353

Hierax, vi. 30

Hierofalco, vi. 31

Himantopus, viii. 392. 532

albicollis, viii. 392

atropurpureus, viii. 392

autumnalis, viii. 392

leucurus, viii. 393

melanopterus, viii. 392

melanurus, viii. 393

Mexicanus, viii. 393

nigricollis, viii. 393

rufipes, viii. 392

Hirundo, vii. 57. 60

acuta, vii. 69

albicollis, vii. 67. 70

albiventer, vii. 67

Alpestris, vii. 64

ambrosiaca, vii. 64

Americana, vii. 62.64. 68

apus, vii. 68

bicolor, vii. 66

Borbonica, vii. 68

Capensis, vii. 63

caudacuta, vii. 70

Cayanensis, vii. 60. 93

chalybea, vii. 63

cinerea, vii. 61. 69

corhinca, vii. 61

cristata, vii. 64

cyanoleuca, vii. 65

cyanoptyrha, vii. 68

Daurica, vii. 64

domestica, vii. 65. 94

Dominicensis, vii. 67

erythrocephala, vii. 69

esculenta, vii. 62

fasciata, vii. 63

fllifera, vii. 66

flavigaster, vii. 69

Francica, vii. 67

fuciphaga, vii. 62

fulva, vii. 62. 68; viii. 687

fusca, vii. 69. 93

fuscata, vii. 64

Hortensis, vii. 69

Indica, vii. 63

Javanica, vii. 68. 95

jugularis, vii. 65

klecho, vii. 59

leucoptera, vii. 67

Hirundo leucorhaea, vii. 69. 93

leucothea, vii. 69

Ludoviciana, vii. 61

lunifrons, vii. 68

Martinlcana, vii. 69

melampiga, vii. 65

melanogaster, vii. 62; viii. 687

melanoleuca, vii. 65

melba, vii. 58

minute, vii. 65

montana, vii. 61. 94

nigra, vii. 64

nigricans, vii. 66

Oonalaschkensis, vii. 66

oxyura, vii. 70. 103

Pacifica, vii. 70

paludicola, vii. 64

Panayensis, vii. 63

Pelaagia, vii. 70. 104

Peruviana, vii. 66

purpurea, vii. 63. 92

pyrrhonota, vii. 65. 68

riparia, vii. 61. 91

rufa, vii. 62

ruficeps, vii. 66

rufifrons, vii. 64

rupestris, vii. 61. 94

rupicollis, vii. 68

rustica, vii. 61

rutila, vii. 67

Senegalensis, vii. 63

Sinensis, vii. 59

Smithii, vii. 61

subis, vii. 63

Tahidca, vii. 66

tapera, vii. 64

thalasalnus, vii. 66

torquata, vii. 67

urbica, vii. 60. 89

velox, vii. 59

violacea, vii. 63

virescens, vii. 68

viridis, vi.365; vii. 65

Histrionicus, viii. 609

Hoaxin, viii. 4. 132

Hobby, vi. 26. 200

orange-breasted, vi. 28

orange-legged, vi. 26

spotted-tailed, vi. 57

Hoccos, viii. 3. 98

Holopodius, viii. 392

Honey-eater, cowled, vi. 412

graculine, vi. 415

knob-fronted, vi. 412

Honey-suckers, vi. 412

Hoopoe, Cape, vii. 381

Hoopoes, vii. 379. 398

proper, vii. 380

Hornbill, Angola, vii. 418

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Hornbill, bifronted, vii. 417

Bontian, vii. 417

channelled, vii. 417

crested, vii. 434

crowned, vii. 418

furrowed, vii. 417

gingi, vii. 417

great-billed, vii. 416

Indian, vii. 417

Malabar, vii. 416

Panayan, vii. 417

plowed, vii. 418

peittaceous, vii. 465

rhinoceros, vii. 416

striped-tailed, vii. 418

trumpet, vii. 416

unicorn, vii. 416

violaceous, vii. 417

Hornbills, vii. 415

Horsefoot, viii. 385

race, viii. 609

Houbara, viii. 302

Houppifère, Macartney, viii. 240

Houppifères, viii. 30. 240

Howler, great grey, of Sweden, vi. 74

Howler, vi. 74

Humming-bird, broad-shafted, vii. 374

crested brown, vii. 373

created green, vii. 372

giant, vii. 398

harlequin, vii. 372

long-tailed, vii. 369

racket-tailed, vii. 376

red-throated, vii. 375

sapphire, vii. 375

smallest, vii. 375

supercilious, vii. 368

Tobago, vii. 375

topaz, vii. 368

tufted-necked, vii. 373

white-bellied, vii. 375

Humming-birds, vii. 367. 393

Huppart, vi. 45

Hute du soleil, viii. 346

Hybarra, viii. 455

Hydrobates, viii. 607. 609

Hydrocorax dilophus, viii. 591

Hylophilus, vi. 464

poicilotis, vi. 464

thoracicus, vi. 464

Ibagau, vii. 113

Ibis, viii. 358. 612

albicollis, viii. 519

bald, viii. 361

bare-necked, viii. 360

Bengala, viii. 360

black, viii. 363

Ibis, black-faced, viii. 362. 518

calva, viii. 361

candida, viii. 355

Cayenne, viii. 361

chalcoptera, viii. 362

crested, viii. 363

Egyptian, viii. 356

infuscata, viii. 361

green, viii. 363. 518

leucopygus, viii. 363

macca, viii. 360

melanocephalus, viii. 360

Molucca, viii. 360

nandapoa, viii. 355

nudifrons, viii. 361

oxycercus, viii. 361

papillosa, viii. 360

plumbeus, viii. 362

religiosa, viii. 359. 518

sacred, viii. 359

scarlet, viii. 362. 518

Theban, viii. 360

white, viii. 363

white-headed, viii. 356. 363

white-necked, viii. 361

wood, viii. 355

Ibycter, vi. 40

leucogaster, vi. 41

Icteria dumicola, vi. 355

Icterus, vii. 167; viii. 688

anticus, vii. 171

pecoris, vii. 168

sulcirostris, vii. 168

Tanagrinus, vii. 171

Ictinia, vi. 56

Ilha do Cirne, viii. 443

Imber, lesser, viii. 552

Imbrim, viii. 631

Indicator, great, vii. 537

Levaillantii, vii. 462

major, vii. 462

Indicators, vii. 462. 537

Iöra scapularis, vi. 448; viii. 686

Ipecati apoa, viii. 601

Irena, viii. 683

puella, vi. 373

Iriburubicha, vi. 164

Irupero, vi. 326

Ispida Carolinensis, vii. 408

Ixos, vi. 388. 390; viii. 684

virescens, vi. 389

chalcocephalus, vi. 390

Jabiru, viii. 349

American, viii. 351. 508

Brasiliensis, viii. 507

guacu, viii. 508

Senegal, viii. 352

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Jabiru, white-bellied, viii. 349

Jabirus, viii. 351. 507

Jacamaciri, vii. 437

Jacamar, alcyon, vii. 437

great, vii. 437

green, vii. 436

Paradise, vii. 436

rufous-tailed, vii. 436

three-toed, vii. 438

Vaillant's great, vii. 437

white-billed, vii. 436

white-bellied, vii. 437

Jacamars, vii. 435

Jacamerops, vii. 437

Jacana, viii. 395

chestnut, viii. 396

Chinese, viii. 397

nuthful, viii. 398. 539

Indian, viii. 396

variable, viii. 396

Jacanas, viii. 395. 537

Jacbird, vii. 387

Jackdaw, vii. 176. 332

little, vii. 134

Jaco, vii. 496

Jaculot, cinereus, vii. 408

Jacuruti, vi. 72

Jahana, viii. 395

Janfredic, le, vi. 391. 438

Jaseurs, vi. 503. 508

Jay, vii. 181

blue, vii. 179. 181

Cayenne, vii. 179

of Europe, vii. 181

Paraguan, vii. 180

Peruvian, vii. 179

red-billed, vii. 179. 335

Jays, vii. 335

Jean le Blanc, vi. 40

Jensan, viii. 622

Julang, vii. 579

Kakelick, viii. 52

Kamichi, viii. 397. 538

Kestrill, vi. 26. 201

lesser, vi. 26

rufous-backed, vi. 28. 202

Kingfisher, Asiatic, vii. 410

azure, vii. 414

belted, vii. 408

black and white, vii. 408

black-billed, vii. 412

black-capped, vii. 410

Biru, vii. 410

blue-eared, vii. 413

blue-headed, vii. 409

Cape, vii. 410

cinereoua, vii. 408

Kingfisher, common, vii. 426

Coromandel, vii. 411

crab-eating, vii. 411

crested, vii. 409

double-eyed, vii. 412

Gaudichaud's, vii. 428

great African, vii. 408

great brown, vii. 413

green-headed, vii. 411

grey-fronted, vii. 410

half-collared, vii. 410

Indian, vii. 409

Leach's, vii. 429

little, vii. 413

Meninting, vii. 414

purple, vii. 409

rufous, vii. 409

rufous and green, vii. 408

sacred, vii. 428

Senegal, vii. 411

Smyrna, vii. 410

spotted, vii. 408

stubbed, vii. 112

supercilious, vii. 409

Ternate, vii. 411

three-toed, vii. 414

varied, vii. 112

white and green, vii. 408

white-headed, vii. 411

Kingfishers, vii. 407. 424

King, little, vii. 246

of the couxoumous, iv. 164

Kinki, viii. 235

Kite, black, vi. 58

Brazilian, vi. 40. 235

Carolina, vi. 58

common, vi. 58. 241

Etolian, vi. 243

Mississippi, vi. 243

swallow-tailed, vi. 58

Kites, vi. 57. 241

Klake, viii. 603

Knot, viii. 376

Krai, white, vi. 189

Labbes, viii. 579

Lagopedes, viii. 39

Lamellirostres, viii. 597. 657

Lamprotornis, vi. 393

erythrophiis, vi. 395

metallicus, vi. 394

Langrayen, vi. 286. 487

Laniarius, vi. 270

Lanio, vi. 270.315

Lantus, vi. 262

Afer, vi. 267

albus, vi. 269

Americanus, vi. 266

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Lanius Antignanua, vi. 271

Ardosiaoeus, vi. 270

atricapillus, vi. 272

atricilla, vi. 291

atrococcineus, vi. 272

backakiri, vi. 271

barbarus, vi. 270

bicolor, vi. 266

Borealis, vi. 269. 485

boubou, vi. 265. 272

boubo, viii. 678

brubru, vi. 265

cæsius, vi. 273

Canadensis, vi. 273

Capensis, vi. 265

carbo, vi. 317

Carolinensis, vi. 270

Cayanus, vi. 290

cærulescans, vi. 372

collaris, vi. 265

collurio, vi. 264

collurio rufus, vi. 263

corvinus, vi. 267

cristatns, vi. 268

Cuba, vi. 267; viii. 678

curvirostris, vi. 285

doliatos, vi. 272

Dominicanus, vi. 288

domicilla, vi. 275

drongo, vi. 371

emeria, vi. 486

erythropterus, vi. 267.371; viii. 678

excubitor, vi. 263. 269. 485

excubitor minor, vi. 263

ferrugineus, vi. 267. 272

frontalis, vi. 295

forficatus, vi. 371

Gambensis, vi. 267

guttatus, vi. 273

gutturalis, vi. 271

infaustus, vi. 375

Inquisitor, vi. 290; viii. 680

karu, vi. 269; viii. 677

kirkocephalus, vi. 269

leucocephalus, vi. 287; viii. 679

leucogaster, vi. 287

leucorhynchus, vi. 288

Leverianus, vi. 295

luctuosus, vi. 275

Ludovicianus, vi. 270. 485

macrourus, vii. 164

Madagascariensis, vi. 266

Malabaricus, vi. 371

melanocephalus, vi. 269. 389

meleager, vi. 276

Mellivorus, vi. 267

Manillensis, vi. 288

Meridionalis, vi. 264; viii. 677

Lanius mitratus, vi. 292

mystaceus, vi. 268

nævius, vi. 273

Naotka, vi. 270

Natka, vi. 270

Nengeta, vi. 322

Nubicus, vi. 265

oleagineus, vi. 270

olivaceus, vi. 270

ornatus, vi. 271

Pacificus, vi. 268

palliatus, vi. 275

Panayensis, vi. 269

pendens, vi. 268

personatus, vi. 265

picatus, vi. 295

pileatus, vi. 292

pitungua, vi. 320

plumatus, vi. 286

poliocephalus, vi. 266

Pomeranus, vi. 264

punctatua, vi. 273

rufescens, vi. 265

ruficeps, vi. 265

ruficollis, vi. 264

rufus, vi. 264. 294

rutilus, vi. 264

rutilus γ, vi. 271

scapulatus, vi. 268

scapularis, viii. 677

schah, vi. 268

Senegalensis, vi. 267

Septentrionalis, vi. 269

severus, vi. 276

signatus, vi. 267

ailens, vi. 268

spinitorquens, vi. 264

stagurus, vi. 272

sulphuratus, vi. 320

superciliosus, vi. 265

Tabuensis, vi. 269

tyrannus var., vi. 323

validus, vi. 292

viridis, vi. 288

Lanner, vi. 29

Lanting, viii. 50

Lapwing, viii. 460. 462

Lapwings, viii. 318, 319

Lark, vii. 116

African, vi. 479

Alpine, vii. 210

Azara's, vii. 119

black, vii. 118. 196

cinereous, vii. 120

clapper, vii. 117. 210

common, vii. 194

crested, vii. 116. 205

desert, vii. 119

double-banded, vii. 119

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Lark, double-crested, vii. 119. 212

dusky, vi. 478

field, vii. 194. 477

gingi, vii. 120

great-billed, vii. 119

Isabella, vii. 196

Italian, vii. 117

Malabar, vii. 120

meadow, vi. 477

mutable, vii. 118

New Zealand, vii. 120

red, vi. 479

red-backed, vii. 117. 210

red-crowned, vii. 118

rufous, vi. 479

Senegal, vii. 120

short-toed, vii. 117. 209

sky, vii. 116. 194

undated, vii. 117

white, vii. 196

white-banded, vii. 119

willow, vi. 478

wood, vii, 117. 207

Larks, vii. 193

field, vii. 66; vi. 477

sea, viii. 630

Larus, viii. 573. 644

Andouinii, viii. 578

Arcticus, viii. 576

argentatoides, viii. 577

argentatus, viii. 574. 576

atricella, viii. 576

canus, viii. 575

cataractes, viii. 579

cirrhocephalus, viii. 576

crepidatus, viii. 579

cyanorhynchus, viii. 575

Dominicanus, viii. 578

eburneus, viii. 575

erythropus, viii. 575

flavipes, viii. 575

fuscus, viii. 575

glaucoides, viii. 576

glaucus, viii. 574

hæmatorhynchus, viii. 578

Hybernus, viii. 575

ichthyætus, viii. 577

leucomela, viii. 574

leucopthalmus, viii. 576

leucopterus, viii. 576

maculipennis, viii. 578

marinus, viii. 574

melanocephalus, viii. 577

melanurus, viii. 577

minutus, viii. 577

nævius, viii. 674

Pacificus, viii. 574

parasiticus, viii. 579. 580

poliocephalus, viii. 576

Larus ridibundus, viii. 575

rissa, viii. 579

roseus, viii. 578

Sabini, viii. 576

tridactylus, viii. 579

Lavandières, vii. 53

Leptopteryx, vi. 287

leucorhynchos, vi. 287

Leptosomus, vii. 461

Lestris, viii. 579

catarractes, viii. 580

pomarinus, viii. 580

Limacula glottis, viii. 386

marmorata, viii. 374

Limosa, viii. 372. 528

ægocephala, viii. 374

candida, viii. 375

Meyeri, viii. 373

rufa, viii. 373

Linaria, vii. 141

Lindo azul, vi. 299

azul cabeza bianca, vi. 306

bello, vi. 305

celeste oro y negro, vi. 306

pardo carpo amarillo, vi. 333

Linnet, vii. 262

great red-headed, vii. 142

lesser red-headed, vii. 141

Linnets, vii. 139. 141. 252

Liponix, viii. 31

Lobipes, viii. 391. 532

Lobopesineanus, viii. 392

Loggerhead, vii. 387

Lohong, viii. 304

Longipennes, viii. 563. 639

Longirostres, viii. 358. 512

Lophophores, viii. 13

Lophophorus, viii. 13. 153

Cuvieri, viii. 14

refulgena, viii. 14

Wallichii, viii. 15

Lophorina, vii. 191

Lophyrus, viii. 73

Loriots, vi. 540

Lory, black-capped, vii. 500

blue-tailed, vii. 501

Bornean, vii. 492

Ceram, vii. 501

collared, vii. 500.

grand, vii. 491

king's, vii. 580

unicolor, vii. 500

Lorys, vii. 500

Loxia, vii. 160

Abyssinica, vii. 132. 134

Angolensis, vii. 160

Astrild, vii. 153

atricapilla, vii. 154

bella, vii. 153

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Loxia Braslliana, vii. 154

Brissonii, vii. 157

Canadensis, vii. 157

cantans, vii. 153

Capensis, vii. 137

cardinalis, vii. 156

chloris, vii. 156.309

coccothraustes, vii. 156. 309

coerulea, vii. 157

collria, viii. 159

cuvirostra, vii. 160. 161

cyanea, vii. 153

Dominicana, vii. 137

enucleator, vii. 161

erythrina, vii. 162

erythromelas, vii. 158

falcirostris, vi. 161

fasciata, vii. 155

flamengo, vii. 162

frontalis, vii. 146

fusca, vii. 153

fuscata, vii. 153

grossa, vii. 157

guttata, vii. 155

hætmatina, vii. 155

Hamburgia, vii. 135

ignicolor, vii. 137

leucoptera, vii. 161.316

lineola, vii. 159

Ludoviciana, vii. 154

macroura, vii. 134. 151

Madagascariensis, vi. 266; vii.

155

Maia, vii. 152

Malacca, vii. 152

melanura, vii. 156

melanocephala, vii. 134

melanoleuca, vi. 288

Mexicana, vi. 315

minuta, vii. 159

Molucca, vii. 151

nigra, vii. 154

nitida, vii. 152

noctis, vii. 160

ostrina, vii. 156

oryx, vii. 136

oryzivora, vii. 153

pensilis, vii. 132

Philippina, vii. 131

Portoricensis, vii. 158

paittacea, vii. 162

punctularia, vii. 152

pyrrhula, vii. 158

pytiopsittacus, vii. 161. 316

quadricolor, vii. 151

quinticolor, vii. 155

rosea, vii. 157. 162

sanguinirostris, vii. 151

Siberian, vii. 159

Loxia socia, vii. 133

striata, vii. 152

torrida, vii. 160

variegata, vii. 152

violacea, vii. 158

Virginica, vi. 315

Loyca, vii. 326

Lulu, vii. 117. 207

Lypornix, vii. 463

unicolor, vii. 463

Lyres, vi. 426; vii. I

Macao à bec crochu, viii. 549

cornu, viii. 549

petit, viii. 550

Macareux, viii. 633

Maccaw, vii. 481

blue and yellow, vii. 482

Brazilian green, vii. 483

hyacinthine, vii. 482. 577

military, vii. 482

parrakeet, vii. 483

parrot, vii. 483

purple-backed, vii. 483

red and blue, vii. 482. 577

red, yellow, and blue, vii. 482

varied, vii. 482

Maccaws, vii. 576

Machetes, viii. 381

Macreuse, viii. 607. 665

Macrodactyli, viii. 394

Macrodactylus, viii. 537

Macroptera, viii. 687

Macropteryx, viii. 687

Macropus, vii. 458

caixana, vii. 459

phasianellus, vii. 459

Macroramphua, viii. 371. 608

Macrotarsus, viii. 532

Macucagua, viii. 328

Mænura, vi. 426; vii. I

Magpie, vii. 179

Bernet's, vii. 334

common, vii. 333

Malaconotua, vi. 271; viii. 678

Malcoha à bec peint, vii. 465

red and green, vii. 464

red-headed, vii. 464

rouverdin, vii. 464

Malcohas, vii. 464. 538

Maleyka, viii. 349

Malkoha Java, vii. 465

Malurus, vi. 466; vii. 39

Africanus, vii. 348

Brownii, vi. 469

clamans, vi. 467

exilis, vi. 469

galactoides, vi. 467

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Malurus gracilis, vi. 467

hirundinaceus, vi. 469; viii. 686

Lambertii, vi. 468

leucopterus, vi. 469; vii, 164

palustris, vi. 468

superdliosus, vi. 469

textilis, vii. 164

Manakin, Papuan, vi. 345

Peruvian, vi. 427

rock, vi. 427; vii. 2

striped-headed, vi. 431

tuneful, vi. 298

Manakins, vi. 427; vii. 1

true, vi. 428

Manchota, viii. 637

Mandurria, viii. 519

Mangoipe, viii. 400

Mankerro, viii. 400

Manloague, viii. 400

Manteié, le, vi. 329

Manucode, vii. 339

Marabous, viii. 350

Marcia, viii. 622

fistularis, viii. 622

Marten, vii. 89

Martens, vii. 57

Martin, common, vi. 547

greatest, vii. 59

Martina, vi. 421. 546

Martins-chasseurs, vii. 413

Mauve, viii. 574

Mbiyui, vii. 94

Mbiyiumbopi, vii. 103

Megalurus, vi. 467

palustris, vi. 480

Megapode à pieds rouges, viii. 401

Megapodius, viii. 71. 399. 540

Duperrey, viii. 400

Freycinet, viii. 400. 540

La Perouse, viii. 400

mænura, vi. 426

Reinwardtii, viii. 540

Meleagris, viii. 15. 154

gallopavo, viii. 16

ocellata, viii. 16

aatyra, viii. 31

Meliphaga, vi. 412, 413. 416

chrysocephala, vi. 398

cyanops, vi. 415

Javanica, vi. 390

maculata, vi. 419

mystacalis, vi. 419

reticulata, vi. 419

Melithreptus, vi. 420; vii. 357. 390

agilis, vii. 359

albicapillus, vii. 359

albicollis, vii. 359

ater, vii. 359

atricapillus, vii. 358

Melithreptus canescens, vii. 358

cardinalis, vii. 359

cœrulescena, vii. 358

collaris, vii. 358

cucullatus, vii. 359

dibaphus, vii. 359

erythropigius, vii. 359

flavicollis, vii. 359

flavicollis, vii. 359

fuacus, vii. 358

guttatus, vii. 359

melanoleucus, vii. 359

melanops, vii. 359

Novæ Hollandià, vii. 359

obscurus, vii. 358

Padficus, vii. 358

pyrrhopterua, vii. 358

sanguinolentes, vii. 359

sannio, vii. 359

tenuirostris, vii. 358

vestiarius, vii. 358

virescens, vii. 359

Mellisuga, vii. 360

Merganser, viii. 673

Brasilian, viii. 627

goosander, viii. 625

hooded, viii. 627

red-breasted, viii. 626

smew, viii. 626

Mergulus alle, viii. 555

Mergus, viii. 551. 625. 673

albellus, viii. 626

Brasiliensis, viii. 627

castor, viii. 626

cucullatus, viii. 627

merganser, viii. 625. 674

minutus mustelinus, viii. 626

serrator, viii. 626

Merion leucoptère, vii. 164

natté, vii. 164

Meriones maculatus, vi. 470

Merla bicolor, vi. 397

Merle curouje, vi. 388

de la nouvelle Guinée, vi. 395

écaillé, le, vi. 414

fluteur, le, vi. 470

Merles, vi. 374. 510

Merlin, vi. 26

common, vi. 200

rock, vi. 200

Merops, vii. 400

albifrons, vi. 417; 405

amictus, vii. 403

apiaster, vii. 400

auritus, vi. 418

badius, vii. 401

Bengalenais, vii. 401

Brasiliensis, vii. 405

Bullock, vii. 404

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Meropa cænilescens, vii. 405

Cafer, vii. 365. 405

carunculatus, vi. 413; vii. 405. 413

Cayanensis, vii. 402

chryaocephalus, vii. 405

chrysopterus, vi. 417

cinereus, vii. 405

Cincinnatus, vi. 416; vii. 405

congener, vii. 405

corniculatus, vi. 412; vii. 405

Coromandus, vii. 403

cucullatus, vi. 417; vii. 405

Cuvieri, vii. 402

cyanops, vi. 415; vii. 405

Daudin, vii. 403

Egyptius, vii. 401

erythropterus, vii. 402

fasciculatus, vi. 416; vii. 405

garrulus, vi. 417; vii. 405

gularis, vii. 403

Javanicus, vii. 405

Lamarckii, vii. 402

Leschenault, vii. 404

Malimbicus, vii. 403

melanurus, vii. 405

minutas, vii. 404

Molluccensia, vi. 414

monachus, vi. 412; vii. 405

niger, vi. 416

Novæ Zealandiæ, vi. 416

olivaceus, vi. 418; vii. 356

Orientalis, vii. 405

ornatus, vi. 417; vii. 401

Philippinus, vii. 402

Phrygius, vi. 414; vii. 403

puella, vii. 422

quinticolor, vii. 403

rufus, vii. 354; viii. 689

Savignii, vii. 402

Senegalensis, vii. 401

Spixa, vi. 420

superbus, vii. 401

superciliosus, vii. 401

torquatus, vii. 401

urica, vii. 404

viridis, vii. 401. 402

Merula, vi. 510. 530

candida, vi. 374

flavirostris, vi. 380

leucocephala, vi. 374

tristis, vi. 380

varia, vi. 374

Messenger, vi. 251

Microdactylus, viii. 326

cristatus, viii. 326

Micropterus, viii. 609. 665

Micropus Alpinus, vii. 59

murarius, vii. 58

Cuv. Index.

Millouins, viii. 612. 668

Milvago, vi. 40

ochrocephahis, vi. 41

Milvina, vi. 57

Milvus, vi. 57

cenchris, vi. 57

sphenura, vi. 36. 59

Mimeta, vi. 399; viii. 684

flavocinctus, vi. 399

meruloides, vi. 399

viridis, viii. 684

Mira mata, viii. 28

Mirafa Javanica, vii. 119

Missel, vi. 524

Mitou poranga, viii. 3

Mitous, viii. 3

Mitu, viii. 6

Mniotella, vii. 356; viii. 686

varié, vii. 356

Monarcha, vi. 328

Monasa, vii. 463

personata, vii. 463

Monaulus Impeyanua, viii. 14

Mocking-birds, vi. 510

Moqueurs, vi. 510

Moineau du Brésil, vii. 150

ignicolor, vii. 137

Molenar, le, vi. 329

Molinar, vi. 494

Momotus, vii. 423

Montain, grand, vii. 129

Mormon, viii. 556

fratercula, viii. 556

glacialis, viii. 557

Morinellus marinus, viii. 385

Morphnus, vi. 43

Morus parvus, viii. 595

Moschatus, viii. 618

Motacilla, vi. 434, 435. 474; vii. 3. 7. 50

Motacilla Œnanthe, vi. 435; vii. 4

æstiva, vi. 460. 472

Afra, vi. 476

Africana, vi. 470

aguimp, vi. 475

alba, vi. 475; vii. 51

albicapilla, vi. 448

albicollis, vi. 460. 462

Alpina, vi. 465; vii. 37

aquatica, vi. 443

arcola, vi. 447

arundinacea, vi. 442; vii. 30

atrata, vi. 440

atricapilla, vi. 340. 369. 444. 475

aurocapilla, vi. 454

Awatcha, vi. 464

bananivora, vi. 463

Blackbumiæ, vi. 460

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Motacilla, boarula, vi. 476

Bonariensis, vi. 450

Borealis, vi. 461

cærulea, vi. 459

cærulescens, vi. 475

Cafra, vi. 447

calidris, vi. 463

Calliope, vi. 440

campestris, vi. 463

Canadensis, vi. 454. 457

Capensis, vi. 475. 476. 477

caprata, vi. 436

caryophyllacea, vi. 448

Cayana, vii. 172

chloroleuca, vi. 462

chrysocephala, vi. 462

chrysogastra, vi. 476

cbrysoptera, vii. 172

cincta, vi. 454

cinerea, vi. 475

Cingalensis, vi. 448

citrina, vi. 452

citreola, vi. 476

coronata, vi. 454

cristata, vi. 333

curruca, vi. 445; vii. 34

cyanea, vi. 450. 468

cyanocephala, vii. 172

cyanura, vi. 447

Dominica, vi. 462

dorsalis, vi. 464

dumetorum, vi. 445

erithacus, vi. 440

erythrogaster, vi. 447

familiaris, vii. 129

ficedula, vi. 340

flava, vi. 476; vii. 64

flavescens, vi. 449

flavicauda, vi. 333

flavifrons, vii. 172

fulicata, vi. 436

fulva, vi. 472

fuscata, vi. 450

fuscescens, vi. 462

fuscicollis, vi. 461

garrula, vi. 445

Gibraltariensis, vi. 440

Guira, vi. 463

gularis, vi. 402. 463

hirundinacea, vii. 357

hortensis, vi. 446

Hudsonica, vi. 475

hypolaïs, vi. 472

icterocephala, vi. 456

Indica, vi. 476

ischecantschia, vi. 435. 450

Kamtschatkensis, vi. 463

leucomela, vi. 436

leucorhoa, vi. 437

Motacilla lineata, vii. 172

littorea, vi. 450

livida, vi. 449

longipes, vi. 452

longirostra, vi. 450

Ludoviciana, vi. 460. 472

lugubria, vi. 475

luscinia, vi. 441

lutescens, vi. 447

macroura, vi. 391

maculoss, vi. 455

Madagascariensis, vi. 463

Maderaspatana, vi. 453. 475

Mauritiana, vi. 449. 473

melanocephala, vi. 476

melanops, vi. 476

modularis, vi. 465

multicolor, vi. 462

murina, vi. 447

nævia, vi. 443

nigrirostris, vi. 447

nisoria, vi. 445

ochirura, vi. 450

olivacea, vi. 448

palmarum, vi. 454

Patagonica, vi. 461

passerina, vi. 445

Pennsylvania, vi. 456

pensilis, vi. 460

petechia, vi. 460

phænicurus, vi. 440

Philippensis, vi. 436

Philomela, vi. 441

pinguis, vi. 454

protonotharius, vii. 172

provincialis, vi. 446

pusilla, vi. 471

regulus, vii. 39

rubecula, vi. 439

rubicola, vi. 435

ruficauda, vi. 461

ruticilla, vii. 122

salicaria, vi. 443

scialis, vi. 440

schsenobanns, vi. 443

Scheltobriusk, vi. 476

silvia, vi. 444

Sinensis, vi. 449

solitaria, vi. 438

Southern, vi. 370

spedosa, vi. 478

spinicauda, vii. 349

Stapazina, vi. 435

striata, vi. 456

subflava, vi. 391.469 Suecica, vi. 439

sulphurea, vi. 476

aunamisica, vi. 450

sutoria, vi. 450

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Motacilla tigrina, vi. 457

titys, vi. 440

typhia, vi. 448

trochilus, vi. 472; vii. 41

Troglodytes, vi. 473

Tschutschensis, vi. 476

umbria, vi. 464

undata, vi. 449

velia, vi. 306

varia, vi. 464; vii. 356

variegata, vi. 475

vermivora, vii. 172

virens, vi. 456

viridis, vi. 475

Zeylonica, vi. 448

Motmot, vii. 423

Brasilian, vii. 406

Dombey, vii. 407

red-headed, vii. 407

Motmots, vii. 406

Mouette cendrée, viii. 578

grande, viii. 578

Mouettes, viii. 574

Mud-hen, fresh-water, viii. 402

Murier, vi. 502

Muscicapa, vi. 318. 328. 339

Aëdon, vi. 344. 494

Afra, vi. 330

agilis, vi. 352

albicatilla, vi. 333

albifrons, vi. 342

albiventer, vi. 327

alector, vi. 354

alectura, vi. 354

ampelina, vi. 354

animosa, vi. 323

Arcadica, vii. 337

armillata, vi. 333

atra, vi. 324. 350

atricapilla, vi. 339, 340. 343. 601

audax, vi. 320

aurantia, vi. 292. 337. 339

auricomis, vi. 417

Australia, vi. 347. 370

azurea, vi. 341

azurou, vi. 493

Banyumas, vi. 345

barbata, vi. 324. 332. 347; viii. 681

bicolor, vi. 337. 350, 351. 362

biloba, vi. 372

Borbonica, vi. 330

cæruleocapilla, vi. 342

cærulea, vi. 329. 341. 459; viii. 683

cæssia, vi. 273. 353

Caledonica, vi. 367

Cambaiensis, vi. 347

Muscicapa Canadensis, vi. 351

cana, vi. 362

cantatriz, vi. 345. 356

Capenais, vi. 341

carinata, vi. 328. 331

Carolinensis, vi. 385

caudacuta, vi. 334

Cayanensis, vi. 349

cinerascens, vi. 325

cinerea, vi. 321. 323

Cingalensis, vi. 331

cinnamomea, vi. 332

coccinigastra, vi. 348

Cochinsinensis, vi. 341

collaris, vi. 329. 340

colonus, vi. 336

comata, vi. 341

coronata, vi. 332. 338. 349; viii. 682

crepitane, vi. 296

cristata, vi. 328. 330. 352

cucullata, vi. 347

cyanea, vi. 329

cyanocephala, vi. 342

cyanomelas, vi. 344

cyanoroatris, vi. 333

Deserti, vi. 329

despotes, vi. 319

diope, vi. 277

diops, vi. 353

divaricata, vi. 373

Dominicana, vi. 327

emarginata, vi. 373

erincta, vi. 320

erythrogaster, vi. 348

erythropia, vi. 341

eximia, vi. 353

ferox, vi. 324

ferruginea, vi. 351

flabellifera, vi. 368

flammea, vi. 346

flammiceps, vi. 354

flava, vi. 327

flavicauda, vi. 326. 350

flavicollis, vi. 329

flavifrons, vi. 347

flavigaster, vi. 368

flaviventris, vi. 334

forficata, vi. 319

fucata, vi. 319

fuliginosa, vi. 351; vii. 122

fusca, vi. 324. 334. 350

fuscescens, vi. 330

galeata, vi. 326

Goodenovii, vi. 348

grisea, vi. 343

griseo capilla, vi. 343

grisola, vi. 339. 493

guiaria, vi. 353

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Muscicapa hœmorhousa, vi. 344. 381. 388

hirundinea, vi. 345; viii. 682

hyadnthina, vi. 346

icteropterys, vi. 334

indigo, vi. 345

Joazeiro, vi. 322

Javanica, vi. 344. 346

labrosa, vi. 331; viii. 681

Lathami, vi. 348

legatus, vi. 321

leucura, vi. 342

longicauda, vi. 319

longipes, vi. 356; viii. 683

Ludoviciana, vi. 320

lutea, vi. 367

Luzoniensis, vi. 330

maculata, vi. 348

Madagascariensis, vi. 330

mœata, vi. 326

malachura, vi. 468

Manillensis, vi. 342

mastacalis, vi. 354

melanictera, vi. 345

melanoleuca, vi. 329

melanocephala, vi. 347. 469

melanopis, vi. 367

melanops, vi. 333

melanoptera, vi. 329. 351

melodia, vi. 356

meloxantha, vi. 341

miniata, vi. 346

minuta, vi. 351. 459

mitrata, vi. 455

monacha, vi. 336

multicolor, vi. 348

muscipeta, vi. 340

mutata, vi. 330

mystacea, vi. 327. 367

nævia, vi. 367

nigerrima, vi. 333

nigricans, vi. 334

nigriceps, vi. 326

nigrifrons, vi. 343

nitens, vi. 345

nitida, vi. 341

nivea, vi. 326

Novæ Hollandiss, vi. 367

Noveboracensis, vi. 356

nunciola, vi. 324. 350

obscura, vi. 332. 345. 347; viii. 682

obsoleta, vi. 352

ochracea, vi. 363

ochrocephala, vi. 367

ochroleuca, vi. 252

oleaginea, vi. 325

olivacea, vi. 356

pagana, vi. 325

Muscicapa Paradisii, vi. 330

parva, vi. 340

passerina, vi. 348

pectoralia, vi. 367. 434

petechia, vi. 336

Phœbe, vi. 324. 350

phœnoleuca, vi. 333

Philippensis, vi. 330

plumbea, vi. 325

polyglotta, vi. 322

Pondicheria, vi. 342

pririt, vi. 340

pristinaria, vi. 344. 494

psalura, vi. 355

Psidii, vi. 342. 388

punctata, vi. 334

pygmæa, vi. 352

querula, vi. 349. 350

rapax, vi. 350

rhodogastra, vi. 348

rhodoptera, vi. 346

rivularis, vi. 354

rosea, vi. 342

rubra, vi. 315. 334

rubricollis, vi. 314. 359

rufeacens, vi. 338

ruficapilla, vi. 334

rufifrona, vi. 351. 369

rufina, vi. 327

rufiventris, vi. 344

rupestris, vi. 354

ruticilla, vi. 350; viii. 682

ruticolla, vi. 333

Sandwichensis, vi. 347

Saya, vi. 350; viii. 682

scita, vi. 344

sebrica, vi. 344

Senegalensis, vi. 331. 340

sibilans, vi. 326

sibilator, vi. 334

silva, vi. 356

similis, vi. 322

Sinensis, vi. 343

solitaria, vi. 355

spadicea, vi. 332

stellata, vi. 357; viii. 683

stenura, vi. 354; viii. 682

straminea, vi. 354

strangulata, vi. 325

streptophora, vi. 340

subflava, vi. 346

Suiriri, vi. 352

sulfurea, vi. 326

superciliosa, vi. 343

Surinama, vi. 352

sylvicola, vi. 355

tectec, vi. 343

thamnophiloides, vi. 322

torquata, vi. 341

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Muscicapa tyrannua, vi. 319

undulata, vi. 344

varia, vi. 327

variegata, vi. 343

velata, vi. 325

ventralis, vi. 353

vetula, vi. 319

virens, vi. 360

virescens, vi. 363

virgata, vi. 362

viridis, vi. 366

vittigera, vi. 326

vociferans, vi. 364

Yetapa, vi. 320

Yiperu, vi. 319

Musophaga, vii. 508. 584

gigantea, vii. 507

variegata, vii. 507

violacea, vii. 508

Muthurau, viii. 27

Mycteria, viii. 351. 507

Americana, viii. 361. 508

Senegalenais, viii. 352

macropterus, vi. 368

Myiagra, vi. 368

plumbea, vi. 368

rubecoloidea, vi. 368

Myiothera, vi. 399; viii. 685

affinis, vi. 400

brachyura, vi. 400

campanisona, vi. 404

capistrata, vi. 405

Coraya, vi. 408

ferruginea, vi. 408

fuliginosa, vi. 405

leuconota, vi. 409

loricata, vi. 406

malura, vi. 407

melanothorax, vi. 405

mentalis, vi. 405

nematura, vi. 406

perspicillata, vi. 406

pileata, vi. 406

ruficeps, vi. 409

rufimarginata, vi. 408

squamata, vi. 406

strictothorax, vi. 405

superrciiaris, vi. 276. 405

tetema, vi. 404

tinnicus, vi. 403

umbretta, vi. 404

velata, vi. 400

Myioturdus, vi. 403

Myophonus, vi. 402

metallicus, vi. 403

Myrmothera, vi. 403; viii. 685

axillaris, vi. 407

cærulescens, vi. 409

Colma, vi. 404

Myrmothera fuscicapilla, vi. 407

gutta, vi. 409

longipes, vi. 407

melanoleucos, vi. 407

tetema, vi. 404

tinnica, vi. 544

Mystacinus, vii. 123

Nabirop, vi. 393

Nacagus, vi. 52

Nacunda, vii. 76

Nacurutu, vi. 72

sans aigrettes, vi. 83

Nandou, viii. 296

Nandu, viii. 438

Nauclerus, vi. 58

Nasican le, vii. 351

Nectarinia, vi. 412. 418; vii. 353. 389

aurifrons, vii. 365

Cafer, vii. 365

coccinogaster, vii. 363

eximia, vii. 363

Haaselti, vii. 363

Kuhlii, vii. 365

lepida, vii. 363

metallica, vii. 364

melanopogon, vii. 365

melanorhyncua, vii. 365

myaticalis, vii. 364

pectoralis, vii. 363

rubricosa, vii. 357

solaris, vii. 363. 365

Nectris fuliginosa, viii. 670

munda, viii. 570

Nelicourvi, vii. 132. 231

Nemosia, vi. 310

flavicollis, vi. 310

ruficapilla, vi. 310

Neophron, vi. 19

Neops, ruficauda, vii. 346

Nightingale, vi. 441; vii. 12

river, vi. 441; vii. 29

Niaser, vi. 22

Nisua, vi. 53

Noctua, vi. 77

Noddies, viii. 585

Notherodius Guarauna, viii. 333

Nothura, viii. 70

Noumenois, viii. 519

Numenius, viii. 364

Africanus, viii. 380. 531

arcuata, viii. 365

arquatus, viii. 519

atricapillus, viii. 366

breviroetris, viii. 366

cyanopus, viii. 365

Hudsonicus, viii. 365

leucocephalus, viii. 366

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Numenius longirostris, viii. 365

Luzoniensis, viii. 366

Madagascariensis, viii. 364

pusillus, viii. 380

pygmseua, viii. 366. 380

rufus, viii. 364. 366

Tahitiensia, viii. 366

tenuirostris, viii. 365

variabilis, viii. 379

virgatus, viii. 364

Numida, viii. 16

Ægyptica, viii. 18

cristata, viii. 17. 168

Meleagris, viii. 17. 163

mitrata, viii. 18

ptylorhyncha, viii. 18

Nutcracker, vii. 183. 336. 387

Nutjobber, vii. 387

Nuthatch, vii. 344. 385

common, vii. 385

spotted, vi. 408

Nyroca, viii. 612

Ocypterus, vi. 286. 487

albovittatus, vi. 287

fuscatus, vi. 287

rufiventer, vi. 288

Odontophorus, viii. 268

rufus, viii. 59

Œdicnemus, viii. 306. 322. 455

crepitans, viii. 306

Europæus, viii. 456

grallarius, viii. 307

longipes, viii. 307

maculoaus, viii. 306

magnirostris, viii. 307

recurvirostris, viii. 307

Œnanthe, vi. 440; vii. 3

Œnas cata, viii. 42

bicinctus, viii. 44

Oidemia, viii. 607

leucoptera, viii. 608

Oiseau de Paradis noir, vii. 191

de Saint Martin, vi. 65

Onocratalus, viii. 587

Phœnix, viii. 689

Onores, viii. 337

Onychorhynchus, vi. 332

Opæthus, vii. 507

Buffonia, vii. 507

erythrolophus, vii. 507

Opetiorhynchus, vii. 354

Ophie, vii. 354

Ophiotheres, vi. 68

Ophistolophus, viii. 399

fidelis, viii. 399

Opisthocomus, viii. 11. 133

Orambleu, I', vi. 394

Oranga, vii. 474

Oranor, vii. 122

Oricou, I', vi. 163

Oriole, black, vii. 318

black and yellow, vii. 166

Bonana, vii. 170

chestnut, vii. 167

Coudougan, vi. 397

created, vii. 166. 317

golden, vi. 540

of Europe, vi. 397

olive, vii. 167

Paradise, vi. 398

red, vii. 173

red-breasted, vii. 169

red-rumped, vii. 166

rice, vii. 133

St. Domingo, vii. 167

weaver, vii. 131

white-winged, vi. 311; vii. 170

yellow, vii. 318

yellow-winged, vii. 167

Orioles, vi. 540

true, vi. 396

Oriolus, vi. 396

Americanus, vii. 169

annulatus, vi. 397

arundinariua, vi. 398

auratus, vi. 397

aureus, vii. 191. 398

Baltimore, vii. 170

bicolor, vi. 397; vii. 403

Bonana, vii. 170

Capensis, vi. 398; vii. 167

castaneus, vii. 167

caudacutus, vii. 149

Cayanus, vii. 167

chryaocephalus, vii. 167

citrinus, vii. 169

Cochinchinensis, vi. 397

cristatus, vii. 171. 166

Dominicensis, vii. 167

furcatus, vi. 398

galbula, vi. 397. 540

galbula α, vi. 397

galbula β, vi. 398

Guyanensis, vii. 171

hippocrepis, vi. 398

icterocephalus, vii. 170

icterus, vii. 169

Jamaicaii, vii. 171

larvatus, vi. 397

leucogaster, vi. 398

leucopterus, vi. 311. 398; vii. 170

Ludovicianus, vii. 133

maculatus, vi. 398

melaleucos, vi. 311

melancholicus, vii. 171

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Oriolis melanocephalus, vi. 397

Mexicanus, vii. 168. 170

minor, vi. 134. 109

monachus, vi. 397

mutatus, vii. 167

niger, vii. 133

Novæ Hispaniæ, vi. 397

olivaceus, vii. 168

oryzivorus, vii. 133. 134

Persicus, vii. 166

Phœnicus, vii. 169

picus, vii. 351. 398

radiatus, vi. 397

regens, vi. 398

ruber, vii. 173

Sinensis, vi. 397. 424

spurius, vii. 170

textor, vi. 398; vii. 131. 134

variegatus, vi. 399

varius, vii. 167

viridis, vi. 399

xanthocephalus, vii. 170

xanthonotus, vi. 398

xanthornus, vii. 170

Oiphæa, vii. 34

Orpheus cærulescens, vi. 387

curvirostris, vi. 387

Ortalida, viii. 10

Orthonyx, vii. 347

spinlcaudatus, vii. 347

Orthorhyncus, vii. 372

amazilia, vii. 379

Cora, vii. 376

frontalis, vii. 345

stephanoides, vii. 373

Ortolan, vii. 126

Ortygis, viii. 62

Ortygonometra, viii. 406

crex, viii. 407

marmorata, viii. 407

Ortyx Douglasii, viii. 61

picta, viii. 61

Osprey, vi. 36. 39. 230

Carolina, vi. 39

Cayenne, vi. 39

Oasifrage, vi. 230

Ostralega Europæa, viii. 323

leucopus, viii. 324

Ostrich, viii. 422

black, viii. 295

of Magellan, viii. 438

Ostriches, viii. 295

Otis, viii. 300

Abyssinica, viii. 304

Afra, viii. 302

Arabs, viii. 303

atriceps, viii. 304

aurita, viii. 304

Australis, viii. 305

Otis Barrowii, viii. 304

Bengalensis, viii. 303

Caffra, viii. 305

Denhami, viii. 303. 455

Houbara, viii. 302. 454

Indica, viii. 305

Nubia, viii. 303

Rhoda, viii. 302

tarda, viii. 301

tetrax, viii. 301. 453

torquata, viii. 303

Otus, vi. 71

Ouira-ouassa, vi. 181

Ourax, viii. 6

mitu, viii. 6. 119

Ourigourap, vi. 20. 189

Owzel, brook, viii. 402

ring, vi. 375. 534

white-tailed, vi. 375

Owl, Arcadian, vi. 81

bare-legged, vi. 83

barn, vi. 76

bay, vi. 75

black-headed, vi. 84

Brasilian, vi. 76

brown, vi. 71

Cayenne, vi, 82

chestnut-winged, vi. 81

common long-eared, vi. 71

common passerine, vi. 79

common white, vi. 75. 257

Coquimbo, vi. 79. 258

croas-bearing, vi. 86

crossed, vi. 85

downy, vi. 82

falconine, vi. 78

fasciated, vi. 82

ferruginous, vi. 81

great American horned, vi. 72

great-horned, vi. 76

hairy, vi. 85

Hardwicke's naked-legged, vi. 77

hawk, vi. 78

howling, of Canada, vi. 74

hutum, vi. 77

Indian, vi. 84. 85

Lempyi, vi. 84

large-billed, vi. 73

little, vi. 80. 259

little-eared, vi. 255

long-billed, vi. 73

masked, vi. 83

Mauge's, vi. 85

mouse, vi. 75

noisy, vi. 73

occipital, vi. 82

Oriental eared, vi. 73

pagoda, vi. 85

pearl, vi. 81

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Owl, red and mottled, vi. 83

red-eared, vi. 256

red-passerine, vi. 80

short-crested, vi. 71

short-eared, vi. 71

snowy, vi. 79. 256

Sonnerat's, vi. 85

sparrow-like, vi. 82

spectacle, vi. 83

spotted-eared, vi. 72

supercilious, vi, 77

Tenglmalm's, vi. 80

tuidara, vi. 75

Ural, vi. 78

variegated, vi. 78

white, vi. 79

white-eared, vi. 84

white-edged, vi. 86

white-horned, vi. 73

wood of England, vi. 76

Owls, vi. 251

falconine, vi. 77

horned, vi. 71

Oxtyxelua, viii. 63

Oxyglossus, viii. 686

Oxyrhinci, vii. 321. 171

Oxyrhincus, vii. 171

cristatus, vii. 347

flammiceps, vii. 171. 347

Oxyura, viii. 615

Oyster-catcher, brown-backed, viii. 323

New Holland, viii. 323

pied, viii. 323. 466

Oyster-catchers, viii. 322. 466

Pachycephala, vi. 369; viii. 685

fuliginosa, vi. 370

fusca, vi. 369

olivacea, vi. 370

striata, vi. 434

Pachyptila, viii. 670. 642

Pachyrhynchus, viii. 679. 680

Cayanus, vi. 290

cinerascens, vi. 291

Cuvierii, vi. 291

niger, vi. 291

rufescens, vi. 291

semifasciatus, vi. 290

variegatus, vi. 292

Palseornis, vii. 484. 558

Palamedea, viii. 397. 538

cornuta, viii. 398

distata, viii. 326

Palikours, vi. 544

Palmipedes, viii. 545. 628

Pandion, vi. 39

caracara, vi. 235

Paons, viii. 12

Paonzello, viii. 462

Paradisea, vii. 188

alba, vii. 191. 383

apoda, vii. 189. 341

aurea, vii. 191; viii. 684

chalybea, vi. 289; vii. 191

cirrhatus, vii. 191

furcata, vii. 191

gularis, vi. 395; vii. 191

leucoptera, vii. 191

magnifica, vii. 190

minor Papuana, vii. 191

nigra, vi. 395; vii. 191

regia, vii. 190. 342

rubra, vii. 189

sexsetacea, vii. 190

superba, vii. 191

tristis, vi. 422. 547

viridis, vi. 289

Pardalotus, vi. 431

cristatus, vi. 430

Parkinsonius mirabilia, vi. 426

Paratia, vii. 190

Parra, viii. 396

Ænea, viii. 396

Africans, viii. 396. 397

Brasiliensis, viii. 396

Cayennensis, viii. 321

chavaria, viii. 396. 398

Chinensis, viii. 397

Dominica, viii. 322

gallinacea, viii. 397

Goensis, viii. 321

Indica, viii. 396

Jacana, viii. 396. 537

Ludoviciana, viii. 321

Luzonienais, viii. 397

melanchloris, viii. 396

mutica, viii. 397

nigra, viii. 396

Senegalla, viii. 321

superciliosa, viii. 396

variabilis, viii. 396

viridis, viii. 396

Parrakeet, vii. 483

Alexandrine, vii. 485

Amboina red, vii. 488

Angola yellow, vii. 484

banded, vii. 484

Bengal, vii. 485

black, vii. 486. 492

blossom-headed, vii. 485

blue-banded, vii. 578

Brazil yellow, vii. 488

bridled, vii. 491

brown-throated, vii. 489

Carolina, vii. 489

Cayenne, vii. 490

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Parrakeet, collared, vii. 484

crimson-fronted, vii. 492

crimson-winged, vii. 487

golden, vii. 492

golden-crowned, vii. 489

grey-breasted, vii. 490

grey-cheeked, vii. 490

Illinois, vii. 489

lace-winged, vii. 491

lory, vii. 491

Malacca, vii. 486

mustache, vii. 490

nonpareil, vii. 487

Papuan, vii. 486

Pavouane, vii. 483

Pennant's, vii. 487

racket-tailed, vii. 493

red and blue-headed, vii. 489

red-breasted, vii. 486

red-shouldered, vii. 492

red-winged, vii. 491

scaly-breasted, vii. 484

Sincialo, vii. 486

Tabuan, vii. 488

Turcosine, vii. 493

undulated, vii. 492

wave-breasted, vii. 484

yellow-collared, vii. 486

yellow-winged, vii. 490

zoned, vii. 493

Parraqua, viii. 128

Parraquas, viii. 10

Parrot, Amazon, vii. 497. 684

Amboina, vii. 499

autumnal, vii. 498

Barnard's, vii. 681

Bauer's, vii. 680

black-headed, vii. 602

black-winged, vii. 601

blue-crested, vii. 603

blue-faced, vii. 497. 679

blue-fronted, vii. 498

blue-headed, vii. 496. 503

bonneted, vii. 500

Brazil, vii. 497

Brown's, vii. 487. 580

collared, vii. 502

common green, vii. 497

diadema, vii. 500

Dufresne's, vii. 497

dusky, vii. 497

dusty green, vii. 498

festive, vii. 498

Geoffroy's, vii. 499

gold-headed, vii. 501

great-bellied, vii. 491

green, vii. 684

green and red Chinese, vii. 499

gregarious, vii. 504

Cuv. Index.

Parrot, grey, vii. 496

grey-headed, vii. 502

ground, vii. 505

Guinea, vii. 503

Havanna, vii. 498

hawk-headed, vii. 499

Indian green, vii. 602

King's, vii. 580

large black, vii. 487

Le Vafflant's, vii. 499

marked, vii. 496

masked, vii. 487. 579

New Zealand, vii. 506

nonpareil, vii. 579

Otaheite, vii. 503

passerine, vii. 501

Pavouane, vii. 489. 578

Pennant's, vii. 579

Philippine, vii. 502

pileated, vii. 501

plain, vii. 503

purple, vii. 496

racket-tailed, vii. 582

red-banded, vii. 492. 497

red-crowned, vii. 495

red-masked, viii. 499

red-sided, vii. 499

Rosehill, vii. 579

sapphire-crowned, vii. 502

Senegal, vii. 499

short-winged, vii. 503

small, vii. 492

Sparman's, vii. 503

spotted, vii. 579

Swindernian, vii. 602

Tabuan, vii. 488. 681

Ternate blue-headed, vii. 490

Tui, vii. 501

varied, vii. 581

vernal, vii. 502

violet, vii. 503

white-breasted, vii. 496

white-fronted, vii. 498

white-headed, vii. 498

yellow-faced, vii. 499

yellow-green, vii. 504

Parrots, vii. 481. 547

filamentous tongued, vii. 579

nimble, vii. 505

with a trunk, vii. 504

Partridge, viii. 37. 45

African, viii. 60

Asiatic, viii. 55

Austral, viii. 55

beautiful, viii. 55

brown, viii. 54

brown African, viii. 47

buff-breasted, viii. 65

Cape, viii. 48

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Partridge, Caspian, viii. 52

Ceylon, viii. 46. 47

chestnut-bellied, viii. 55

Chukar, viii. 54

Clapperton's, viii. 46

common, viii. 51. 264

Cranch's, viii. 49

Curria, viii. 48

Damascus, viii. 51

dusky-breasted, viii. 55

dwarf, viii. 55

eye-brown, viii. 55

eyed, viii. 53

francolin, viii. 45

Gingi, viii. 57

gorget, viii. 54, 55

Greek, viii. 52. 266

grey, viii. 264

Guernsey, viii. 51. 265

Guiana, viii. 59. 268

Hayes, viii. 53

Javan, viii. 50

Lawrence, viii. 55

Leona, viii. 55

little, vi. 544

Malacca, viii. 33

Mexican, viii. 61

Moaambique, viii. 55

mountain, viii. 52

naked-necked, viii. 49

New Holland, viii. 65

olive, viii. 54, 55

Oriental, viii. 55

pearled, viii. 46

perching, viii. 55

Pondicherry, viii. 45

red, viii. 52. 265

red-biUed, viii. 55

red-necked, viii. 49

rock, viii. 65

rufous-breasted, viii. 52

rust-bellied, viii. 55

true, viii. 51

undulated, viii. 55

white-cheeked, viii. 55

wood, viii. 53

Partridges, viii. 260

American, viii. 267

Parulus ruficeps, vii. 347

Parus, vii. 120

Alpinus, vii. 123

amatori us, vii. 123

Americanis, vi. 459; vii. 123

ater, vii. 120. 218

atricapillus, vii. 122

atriceps, vii. 122

biarmicus, vii. 123. 222

bicolor, vii. 121

cæruleus, vii. 121

Parus Capensis, vii. 124

caudatus, vii. 121. 220

celer, vii. 123

Chinensis, vii. 123

cinerascens, vii. 123

cinereus, vii. 123

coccineus, vii. 122

cristatus, vii. 121

cyaneua, vii. 122

furcatus, vii. 122. 123

griseus, vii. 123

ignotus, vii. 123

Indicus, vii. 123

Kujœuk, vii. 122

lugubris, vii. 122

macrocephalus, vii. 123

major, vii. 120

Malabaricua, vi. 346; vii. 122

Narbonensis, vii. 124

niger, vii. 123

Novæ Zelandise, vii. 123

palustris, vii. 121. 122. 218

pendulinus, vii. 124

peregrinus, vi. 346

Selbyensis, vii. 122

Sibiricus, vii. 122

Stömei, vii. 123

Virginianus, vii. 123

Passeres, vi. 261

third family of the, vii. 116

fourth family of the, vii. 344

Passerina, vii. 136

fusca, vii. 138

macronyx, vii. 138

maculata, vii. 138

ruficapilla, vii. 129

Pastor, vi. 392. 413. 422; viii. 684

candidus, vi. 423

corythaix, vi. 422

fuscus, vi. 422

griseus, vi. 424

Galla, vi. 424

ruficollis, vi. 425

setiger, vi. 396

temporalis, vi. 422

tricolor, vi. 423

Patre, le, vi. 436

Pauxi, viii. 5

mitu, viii. 119

Pavo, viii. 12

bicalcaratus, viii. 13.150

cristatus, viii. 12

Javanicus, viii. 13

muticius, viii. 12. 150

spiciferus, viii. 13

Thibetanus, viii. 13

Pavonzino, viii. 462

Peacock, viii. 135

crested, viii. 12

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Peacock, iris, viii. 13

Japan, viii. 12

little, viii. 480

Luzonian, viii. 304

Malay, viii. 24

wild, viii. 305. 462

Peacocks, viii. 12

Pelecanoïdes, viii. 570

Pelican, viii. 587. 648

greater frigate, viii. 593

Pelicans, viii. 587

Pelicanus, viii. 587

Africanus, viii. 591

aquilas, viii. 593

bassanus, viii. 594

carbo, viii. 590

cristatus, viii. 591

fuscus, viii. 588

Goemardi, viii. 592

graculu, viii. 590

Manillensis, viii. 588

minor, viii. 593

nævius, viii. 591

onocrotalus, viii. 588

Palmerstonii, viii. 593

parvus, viii. 595

perspicillatus, viii. 589

Philippensis, viii. 588

piscator, viii. 594

punctatus, viii. 591

pygmæus, viii. 591

roseus, viii. 588

rufescens, viii. 589

sula, viii. 594

trachyrhynchos, viii. 589

Vieillotii, viii. 589

Pelidna, viii. 378

cinclus, viii. 379

pectoralis, viii. 379

Pendulinus chrysocephalus, vii. 167

flavigaster, vii. 167

longirostris, vii. 169

rufigaster, vii. 168

Penelope, viii. 7. 104. 120

Aburvl, viii. 10

Arracuan, viii. 8

cristata, viii. 8. 120

Cumanensis, viii. 8. 123

guttata, viii. 8.

Jacquacu, viii. 8

Jacucacu, viii. 8

Jacupeba, viii. 8

Jacupemba, viii. 8

jacutinga, viii. 8

leucolophus, viii. 8

marail, viii. 8. 9. 12

obscura, viii. 9

pipile, viii. 9. 123

Penelope satyra, viii. 31

siffleur, viii. 123

superciliaris, viii. 10

Penguin, Antarctic, viii. 562

apterous, viii. 563

Cape, viii. 563

Chiloe, viii. 562

common, viii. 559

crested, viii. 561

great, viii. 569

hairy, viii. 562

little, viii. 562

Magellanic, viii. 562

New Holland, viii. 563

Papuan, viii. 561

Patagonian, viii. 560

red-footed, viii. 561

three-toed, viii. 562

woolly, viii. 562

Pengutnaria cristata, viii. 661

Patachonica, viii. 560

Penguins, viii. 656. 568

Pepoaxa, vi. 322

couronné, vi. 325

Dominicain, vi. 327

-Percnoptera, vi. 19

Percnoptère, le, vi. 15

Percnopteri, vi. 186

Percnopterus, monk, vi. 20

of Egypt, vi. 20.186

Perdix, viii. 46. 261

Adamsonii, viii. 46

Afra, viii. 46. 50

Arragonica, viii. 43

Asiatica, viii. 55

Australia, viii. 56

Ayamham, viii. 50

Borealis, viii. 59

Cambayenaia, viii. 55

Cambienensia, viii. 33

Capensis, viii. 49

Capueira, viii. 69

Caspia, viii. 52

Chukar, viii. 54

cinereo-alba, viii. 51

clamator, viii. 48

Clappertonii, viii. 46

Cranchii, viii. 49

Damascena, viii. 51

dentata, viii. 59

ferruginea, viii. 55

fosca, viii. 54

Gardnerii, viii. 47

Gibraltarica, viii. 64

Glngica, viii. 57

Graeca, viii. 62

grisea, viii. 58

gularia, viii. 50. 53

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Perdiz Hardwickii, viii. 48

Havii, viii. 53

Hudsonicus, viii. 60. 408

Le Vaillantii, viii. 40

longiroatria, viii. 50

lunulata, viii. 48

Madagascariensis, viii. 46

Næcra, viii. 61

Novæ Guineæ, viii. 58

oculea, viii. 53

olivacea, viii. 54

perlatus, viii. 46

personata, viii. 53

rubiginosa, viii. 58

rubra, viii. 52

rufina, viii. 59

saxatilis, viii. 52

scutata, viii. 54

Sinensis, viii. 46

Sonnini, viii. 60

spadiceus, viii. 47

selvatica, viii. 53

textilis, viii. 57

thoracica, viii. 50

torqueola, viii. 55

varia, viii. 65

ventralis, viii. 55

Zeilonicus, viii. 47

Pernis, vi. 59

Petrel, American, viii. 568

broad-billed, viii. 571

brown-banded, viii. 566

cinerea, viii. 565

diving, viii. 570

dusky, viii. 569

echasse, viii. 567

fulmar, viii. 565

giant, viii. 565

grey, viii. 566

hartie, viii. 665

Mank'8, viii. 569

Pacific, viii. 569

pintado, viii. 565

shear water, viii. 568

stormy, viii. 566.642

turtle, viii. 566

Petrels, viii. 564. 639

giant, viii. 641

Petrocincla, vi. 375

Petrodroma, vi. 420; vii. 352

Bailloni, vii. 353

sanguinea, vii. 353

Petroica, viii. 685

Pettichaps, vi. 446

lesser, vi. 472

Pezopous, vii. 505

Pezoporus, vii. 559

Pezus, viii. 67

Pezus niamba, viii. 68

serratas, viii. 67

Yapura, viii. 68

zabele, viii. 68

Phæne, vi. 21

gigantea, vi. 22

Phænicophæus, vii. 464

calorhenchus, vii. 465

Javanicus, vii. 465

superciliosus, vii. 465

viridis, vii. 464

Phænicopterua, viii. 418. 543

antiquorum, viii. 420

leucogaster, vii. 464

minor, viii. 420

ruber, viii. 419

Phasopus, viii. 365

arcuatus, viii. 365

Phaetons, viii. 596. 656

setherius, viii. 596

phænicurus, viii. 697

Phalacrocorax, viii. 589

Phalarope, gray, viii. 392

hyperborean, viii. 391

plain, viii. 384

red, viii. 391

Phalaropus, viii. 383. 391. 532

fimbriatus, viii. 392

frenatus, viii. 392

fulicarius, viii. 384

rufus, viii. 384

Welleamsii, viii. 391

Wilsonii, viii. 392

Phaleris, viii. 557. 635

cerorhynca, viii. 568

Phasianus, viii. 18

Africanus, vii. 607; viii. 33

Amherstii, viii. 25

Argus, viii. 24

castaneus, viii. 28

Colchicus, viii. 22. 225

Crawfurdii, viii. 27

criatatua, viii. 11.32.33

cruentatas, viii. 47. 264

Diardi, viii. 23. 235

erythropthalmus, viii. 28

fuscus, viii. 13

gallopavonis, viii. 22

gallus, viii. 19

Gardneri, viii. 47

garrulus, viii. 129

Hamiltonii, viii. 27

ignitus, viii. 30. 240

Impeyanus, viii. 14. 33

Lathami, viii. 26

leucomelanos, viii. 14. 33

melanòcephalua, viii. 29

Mexicanus, viii. 33

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Phasianus motmot, viii. 10. 33.120

muthura, viii. 27

Nepaulensis, viii. 29

nycthemerus, viii. 233

Parraka, viii. 10

Parragus, viii. 33. 129

pavoninus, viii. 13

pictus, viii. 23

Pucrasse, viii. 26

Reevesii, viii. 25

rufus, viii. 28

satyrus, viii. 31

superb us, viii. 25

torquatus, viii. 22

varius, viii. 21

veneratus, viii. 25

versicolor, viii. 23. 241

Pheasant, African, vi. 38

Argus, viii. 24. 236

bar-tailed, viii. 26

black-headed, viii. 29

brown Nepaul, viii. 29

brown Penang, viii. 28

Butrol, viii. 21

Chittagong, viii. 27

coloured, viii. 14

common, viii. 225

Crawford's, viii. 27

fire-backed, viii. 240

golden, viii. 23

horned, viii. 241

hybridal, viii. 22. 232

Impeyan, viii. 14

lineated, viii. 27

motmot, viii. 10

Nepaul, viii, 241

painted, viii. 232

Parraka, viii. 10

Pukraas, viii. 26

Reeves', viii. 25

ring, viii. 22. 232

rufous-tailed, viii. 28

sanguine, viii. 47. 264

silver, viii. 23. 233

Sumatra, viii. 28

superb, viii. 21. 239

Sylhet, viii. 26

Turkey, viii. 22

variegated, viii. 231

white, viii. 232

Pheasants, viii. 18. 21. 37. 170. 225

Phene oasifrage, vi. 190

Phibalura, vi. 433

flavirostris, vi. 433

Philedon, vi. 411. 546

auriculatua, vi. 416

musicus, vi. 413

Pharoïdes, vi. 413

xanthotis, vi. 416

Philemon, vi. 414. 417. 418

albifrons, vi. 417

chrysopterus, vi. 414. 417

chrysotis, vi. 416

cinereua, vi. 414

cucullatus, vi. 417

erythrotia, vi. 416

icterops, vi. 415

marmoreus, vi. 416

nævius, vi. 418

nigricollis, vi. 419

sagittatus, vi. 266

viridis, vi. 415

Philydor albogularis, vii. 347

ruficollis, vii. 347

Phimus, vii. 507

Phrenotrix, vii. 184

Physeta, vi. 52

Phytotoma, vii. 319

rara, vii. 319

Piauhaus, vi. 503

Pibe, vii. 56

Pica, vii. 178

albicollis, vii. 180

chrysops, vii. 180

olivacea, vii. 180

vagabunda, vii. 180

Picchion baillon, vii. 355

Pico de pungo cola de pala, vi. 432

obscura aplomado, vi. 430

Picuculi, vii. 360. 389

Picumnes, vii. 452

Picumnus abnormis, vii. 453

cirrhatus, vii. 452

exilis, vii. 453

Picus, vii. 438 509

Picas afflnis, vii. 449

albirostris, vii. 442

arator, vii. 451

aurantius, vii. 443

auratus, vii. 461

aurulentus, vii. 444

Bengalensis, vii. 443

bicolor, vii. 447. 449

Borei, vii. 449

brachyurus, vii. 449

Brasilienais, vii. 449

Cafer, vii. 461

campestria, vii. 448, 449

Canadensis, vii. 446

canus, vii. 439

cardinalis, vii. 448

Carolinus, vii. 447

Ceylonus, vii. 444

Chilensis, vii. 443

chlorocephalus, vii. 445

chrysochloros, vii. 449

coronatua, vii. 450

candidus, vii. 449

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pieus Cayanensis, vii. 448

chlorolophos, vii. 449

dnnamoneus, vii. 446

concretus, TIL 442

cristatus, vii. 449

Dominican us, vii. 443. 449

erythraucen, vii. 449

eiythrocephalus, vii. 442

erythropa, vii. 449

exalbidus, vii. 446

fcadatua, vii. 449

flavescens, vii. 448

fiavicana, vii. 446.460 navicollis, vii. 449

flavifrona, vii. 460

fucescens, vii. 449

galeatus, vii. 441

Goeosis, vii. 443

Goertan, vii. 444

hirsutus, vii. 460

hirundinaceus, vii. 446

icterocephalus, vii. 449, 460

icteromelaa, vii. 449

iachnoryncbos, vii. 449

Javanenais, vii. 449

Jumana, vii. 446

Latbamii, vU. 460

leucogaster, vii. 449

leuconotus, vii. 440

leucotis, vii. 449

Lichtensteinii, vii. 449

lineatus, vii. 441

Luzonicua, vii. 446

Macei, vii. 449

Machloti, vii. 449

maculatus, vii. 449

maculifrona, vii. 460

maculipennia, vii. 449

Mahrattenaia, vii. 449

major, vii. 440

Malaccensis, vii. 447

Malacunna, vii. 460

Manillensis, vii. 444

martius, vii. 439

medius, vii. 440. 446

melanochloris, vii. 448

melanoleucos, vii. 441

melanopterus, vii. 449

mentalis, vii. 444

Meropiroatria, vii. 449

macrocephalua, vii. 444

miniatus, vii. 445

minor, vii. 449

Moluccenais, vii. 449

mystaceua, vii. 449

olivaceua, vii. 449

palalaca, vii. 445

paaserinus, vii. 445

pectoralis, vii. 449

Ficus peralamiiis, vii. 449

percussus, vii. 443

philophenarum, vii. 460

pileatua, vii. 441

poicilophos, vii. 461

poicirolophus, vii. 449

principalis, vii. 441

pubeacens, vii. 447

pulverulentua, vii. 442

punctatus, vii. 449

punctiligerua, vii. 449

Punicua, vii. 444

querulua, vii. 448, 449

radiolatua, vii. 449

robuatus, vii. 442

rotatus, vii. 449

ruber, vii. 449

rubescens, vii. 450

rubiginoaus, vii. 449

rubricoUis, vii. 442. 449

rubriventris, vii. 446

ruficeps, vii. 449

rufus, vii. 447

Ruppelii, vii. 449

scutatus, vii. 449

Senegalensis, vii. 444

spilogaster, vii. 449

squamosus, vii. 449

striata*, vii. 448, 449

superciliaris, vii. 448

tiga, vii. 450

torquatua, vii. 443

tridactylua, vii. 450

tristis, vii. 449

undatua, vii. 447

validus, vii. 442

variua, vii. 446

variegatus, vii. 449

VieiUotii, vii. 449

villoaua, vii. 446

viridis, vii. 439

vittatus, vii. 449

zanthotsenia, vii. 449

Pie-grièche de la Louisiane, vi. 485

Pie-grièches, vi. 262

Pie houpette, vii. 180

Piep, vii. 66

Pies, vii. 178

Pigeon, aromatic, viii. 94

azure, viii. 83

biaet, viii. 7a 277

black-banded, viii. 80

black-capped, viii. 82

black-winged, viii. 93

bronze-winged, viii. 78

brown, viii. 90

Cape, viii. 92

carunculated, viii. 72. 273

chestnut-shouldered, viii. 77

Pigeon, domestic, riti. 277

double-erected, viii. 86

double-ringed, viii. 84

Egyptian, viii. 89

elegant, viii. 80

ferrugineous-vented, viii. 79

garnet-winged, viii. 82

Geoffiroy's, viii. 84

great-crowned, viii. 72. 274

great-tailed, viii. 85

grey, viii. 79

hackled, viii. 80

hook-billed, viii. 95

Hottentot, viii. 75

Hurrial, viii..291 jamboo, viii. 81

Madagascar, viii. 80. 93

magnificent, viii. 86

Martinico, viii. 74

naked-cheeked, viii. 80

New Zealand, viii. 89

Nicobar, viii. 73. 275

nutmeg, viii. 78

ordinary, viii. 76

painted, viii. 88

parrot, viii. 94

partridge, viii. 73

passenger, viii. 90

passerine, viii. 75

picasuro, viii. 89

picui, viii. 75

Pompadour, viii. 95

porphyry, viii. 85

purple-breasted, viii. 90

purple-crowned, viii. 90

purple-shouldered, viii. 95

red-crowned, viii. 80

ring, viii. 76. 275

ring-tailed, viii. 79

russet, viii. 81

St Domingo, viii. 92

St Thomas, viii. 94

scallop-necked, viii. 79

scarlet, viii. 89

silky, viii. 82

spotted green, viii. 89

spotted-ring, viii. 78

squameous, viii. 85

stock, viii. 76. 276

Talpacoti, viii. 74

tambourin, viii. 83

Temminck's, viii. 83

tiger, viii. 89

triangular-spotted, viii. 79

turtle, viii. 289

varied, viii. 84

vinaceous, viii. 84

violet-naped, viii. 81

Waaba, viii. 93

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Pigeon, Wallia, viii. 291

whiskered, viii. 83

white-bellied, viii. 74

white-crowned, viii. 79

white-eared, viii. 87

white-faced, viii. 78

white-fronted, viii. 74

white-masked, viii. 82

white nutmeg, viii. 78

white-winged, viii. 81

yellow-faced, viii. 95

Pigeons, viii. 71. 270

gallinaceous, viii. 7 & 272

ordinary, viii. 275

Pillurion, vi. 488

Pinguin, Cape, viii. 639

crested, viii. 639

Patagonian, viii. 638

Pinguins, viii. 633. 636

Pinson des bois, petit, vi. 502

Pintado, viii. 163

crested, viii. 17. 168

Guinea, viii. 17

mitred, viii. 18. 169

Pintados, viii. 16

Pipi des buissons, vii. 56

Pipit, bush, vii. 66

Javan, vi. 480

Pipits, vi. 477; vii. 55

Pipra, vi. 427, 428; vii. 1

albifrons, vi. 409

aureola, vi. 428

aurocapilla, vi. 428

caudata, vi. 432

chloris, vi. 429

coronata, vi. 431

crisopogon, vi. 433

cristatus, vi. 433

cyanocephala, vi. 430

Desmaresti, vi. 432

elata, vi. 431

erythrocephala, vi. 428, 429

fiiicauda, vi. 431

galeata, vi. 429, 430

gularis, vi. 432

gutturalis*, vi. 429

gutturosa, vi. 430

herbacea, vi. 431

leucocapilla, vi. 429

longicauda, vi. 432; viii. 685

manacax, vi. 429

melanocephala, vi. 433

militaris, vi. 433; viii. 685

musica, vi. 298

neævia, vi. 338. 409

nigra, vi. 430

Papuensis, vi. 345

pareola, vi. 428

pectoralis, vi. 430

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Pipra Peruviana, vi. 427

pileata, vi. 429

plumbea, vi. 430

polyglotta, vi. 355; viii; 683

punctata, vi. 432

rubrifrons, vi. 433

rupicola, vi. 427

serena, vi. 298, 429

striata, vi. 431

strigliata, vi. 429

superba, vi. 428

Pitpits, vii. 171

Pitta, vi. 400

Angolensis, vi. 402

Australia, vi. 401

brachyura, vi. 401

cyanoptera, vi. 402

erythrogastra, vi. 401

gigas, vi. 401

glaucina, vi. 403

hippocrepia, vi. 400

melanocephala, vi. 401

pileata, vi. 402; viii. 684

strepitans, vi. 400

superciliaris, vi. 401

thoracica, viii. 684

versicolor, vi. 401

Pitylus, vii. 157. 311

atrochalybeus, vii. 158

Plantain-eater, vii. 507. 508

Pauline, vii. 507

Touraco, vii. 507. 585

varied, vii. 507

Plastron noir, le, vi. 473; viii. 687

Platalea, viii. 356

aiaia, viii. 357

leucorodia, viii. 367. 612

pygmæa, viii. 383

tenuiroatris, viii. 367

Platycercus, vii. 488. 579

Playtypus, viii. 607. 611

Borealls, viii. 612

Leialeri!, viii. 612

Platyrhynchus, vi. 320

albicollis, vi. 331

aurantius, vi. 337

barbatus, vi. 332

Borbonicus, vi. 330

brachyurus, vi. 338

brevirostris, vi. 335

cancromus, vi. 337

Ceylonensia, vi. 337

chrysoceps, vi. 335

cinereus, vi. 335

collared, vi. 357

collaris, vi. 329. 357

coronatus, vi. 338; viii. 682

cyanoieucus, vi. 331

Desmarestis, vii. 357

Platyrbynchus Dupontli, vi. 339

filicauda, vi. 336

flavigaster, vi. 331. 335

hirundinaceus, vi. 336

leucocephalus, vi. 338

leucophaius, vi. 336

leucotes, vi. 338

maculatus, vi. 338

melanoleucus, vi. 331

melanops, vi. 337

murinus, vi. 336

musicus, vi. 337

mystaceus, vi. 337

nseviua, vi. 338

olivaceus, vi. 337

paganus, vi. 336

perspicillatus, vi. 329

platurus, vi. 336

polychopterus, vi. 331

pusillus, vi. 357

regius, vi. 337

rubecula, vi. 331

rufescens, vi. 338

ruficauda, vi. 335

ruficaudatus, vi. 338%

ruficollia, vi. 332

rufiventris, vi. 331

sulphurescena, vi. 335

velatus, vi. 331

virescens, vi. 337

xanthopygus, vi. 335

Plectrophanea, vii. 128. 227; viii. 600

melanotus, viii. 601

Ploceua, vii. 130. 229

alecto, vii. 133

aurantius, vii. 131

aurifrons, vii. 132

Baglafecht, vii. 132

bicolor, vii. 135

collaris, vii. 135

cristatua, vii. 131. 231

flavocapillus, vii. 135

jonquillaceus, vii. 135

malimbic, vii. 131

nigerriraus, vii. 134

nigricollis, vii. 132

penailis, vii. 231

textor, vii. 320

velatus, vii. 135

Plotus, viii. 595. 655

anhinga, viii. 656

Levaillantii, viii. 596

melanogaster, viii. 595

Surinamensis, viii. 551

Plover, viii. 455

alwargrim, viii. 308

Asiatic, viii. 311

black-headed, viii. 316

black-throated, viii. 318

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Plover, chestnut-billed, viii. 318

collared, viii. 460

crested spur-winged, viii. 316

curonian, viii. 309

dotterel, viii. 459

dusky, viii. 314

dwarf, viii. 312

fulvous, viii. 314

golden, viii. 308. 458

gregarious, viii. 311

grisled, viii. 314

half-webbed, viii. 312

hooded, viii. 317

Indian, viii. 310

Kentish, viii. 309

long-legged, viii. 307- 392. 533

Mongolian, viii. 311

New Holland ringed, viii. 318

New Zealand, viii. 317

noisy, viii. 309. 460

piping, viii. 312

red-chested, viii. 314

red-headed, viii. 317

red-necked, viii. 312

ringed, viii. 309.460

rusty-crowned, viii. 317

sombre, viii. 315

spur-winged, viii. 316

three-banded, viii. 310

ticksee, viii. 318

white-bellied, viii. 315

Wilson's, viii. 310

wreathed, tiii. 316

Plovers, viii. 306. 307. 465

Plumipeda, vi. 44

Pluvianus, viii. 316

chlorocephalus, viii. 316

melanocephalus, viii. 316

Plyctolophus, vii. 493

Pochard, black and white, viii. 616

duck, viii. 668

Mexican, viii. 615

Podarges, vii. 80.113 Podargus auritus, vii. 114

Australia, vii. 81

cornutus, vii. 81

Cuvierii, vii. 80

great-headed, vii. 81

horned, vii. 81

numeralis*, vii. 81

Javanensis, vii. 80

red, vii. 80

Podiceps, viii. 647. 628

Americanus, viii. 550

Areticus, viii. 548

Carolinensis, viii. 549

Chilensis, viii. 550

kalipareus, viii. 550

Ludovicianus, viii. 549

Cuv. Index.

Podiceps minor, viii. 549

occipitalis, viii. 550

Philippensis, viii. 549

poliocephalus, viii. 549

Rollandi, viii. 550

Podoa, viii. 550

Podophilus, vii. 460

Pogoniaa, vii. 466

erythromelaa, vii. 466

hæthatopa, vii. 467

lævirostris, vii. 467

leuconotus, vii. 467

niger, vii. 467

personatus, vii. 467

rubicon, vii. 467

rabrifrons, vii. 467

Stephensii, vii. 467

sulcirostris, vii. 466

Vieillottii, vii. 467

Polochion, vi. 414

Polyborus, vi. 40

vulgaris, vi. 40

Polyplectron, viii. 150

Polyplectrum, viii. 13

albocellatum, viii. 13

chalcurum, viii. 13

chenquis, viii. 13

Pomatorhinus, vii. 355

montanus, vii. 355

trivirgatus, vii. 355

turdinus, vii. 355

Pompadour, le, vi. 360

Porphyrio, viii. 412

albus, viii. 414

green-mantled, viii. 413

Indicus, viii. 414

irete, viii. 409

mealy, viii. 414

melinotus, viii. 413

pulverulentus, viii. 414

smaragdinus, viii. 414

smaragnotus, viii. 413

tavoua, viii. 413

Porte lambeaux, le, vi. 426

Porzana, viii. 406

Pouillo, vii. 41

Poulette d'eau, viii. 411

Poultry, common, viii. 19

Pratincole, Australasian, viii. 417

Austrian, viii. 417

cream-coloured, viii. 418. 543

Oriental, viii. 418

Pratincoles, viii. 416. 543

Pressirostres, viii. 449

Prinia familiaris, vii. 348

Prinops, vi. 286

Geoffrovii, vi. 286

Prionites, vii. 406. 423

Brasiliensis, vii. 406

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Prionites marcii, vii. 407

Pririt, le, vi. 331. 340

Pritanduo, vii. 393

Procellaria, viii. 564

sequinoctialis, viii. 569

Anglorum, viii. 569

Bérard, viii. 565

Brasiliana, viii. 591

caerulea, viii. 571

Capensis, viii. 640. 565

cinerea, viii. 565

desolata, viii. 566

fregatta, viii. 568

fuhginoea, viii. 569

furcata, viii. 568

gigantea, viii. 565

glacialis, viii. 566

granaria, viii. 567

grisea, viii. 566

hastata, viii. 570

hiemalis, viii. 570

Leachii, viii. 567

leucocephala, viii. 570

lugens, viii. 566

marina, viii. 568

obscura, viii. 569

Oceania, viii. 567

Pacifica, viii. 569

pelagica, viii. 566

pufflnus, viii. 568

turtur, viii. 566

urrinatrix, viii. 570

veiox, viii. 566

vittata, viii. 571

Wilsonii, viii. 567

Procnias, vi. 365. 503

cucullata, vi. 366; viii. 683

cyanotropeus, vi. 365

hirundinacea, vi. 365

melanocephalus, vi. 507

ventralis, vi. 365

Promerar, vii. 383

Promepie, vii. 451

Promerops, vii. 381. 399

bleu, vii. 382

caeruleus, vii. 382

Cape, vii. 381

created, vi. 330

moqueur, vii. 405

Namaquoia, vii. 405

olivatre, vii. 358

red-bilied, vii. 405

siffleur, vii. 383

Promerupe, vii. 383

Psaris, vi. 290; viii. 679. 680

cayanus, viii. 680

cristatus, vi. 291

cuvienil, vi. 291; viii. 679

erythrogenys, vi. 291

Psaris Jardinii, viii. 680

niger, vi. 292

spotted, vi. 488

Psarocolinus leucopteryx, vii. 166

Psaroides, vi. 392

Psittacirostra icterocephala, vii. 162

Psittacules, vii. 501

Psittacus, vii. 481

accipitrinus, vii. 499

æruginosas, vii. 489

æstivus, vii. 497

albifrons, vii. 498

Alexandri, vii. 485. 486

Amazonicus, vii. 497

ambiguus, vii. 483

Amboinensis, vii. 488

annulatus, vii. 485

Aracanga, vii. 482

Ararauna, vii. 482

aterrimus, vii. 505

atropurpureus, vii. 488

aureus, vii. 489

auricapillus, vii. 484

Australia, vii. 493

autumnalis, vii. 498

Banksii, vii. 495

barbulatus, vii. 485

barrabandi, vii. 485. 502

Bengalensis, vii. 485

bitorquatus, vii. 486

Borneua, vii. 492

Brasiliensis, vii. 497

Brownii, vii. 487

buccalis, vii. 490

cærulifrons, vii. 497

canicularis, vii. 489

canus, vii. 502

capistratus, vii. 491

Carolinensis, vii. 489

chlorolepidotus, vii. 493

chrysostomus, vii. 492

coccii, vii. 495

coccineus, vii. 493

Columbinus, vii. 497

concinnus, vii. 492

cornutus, vii. 506

cristatus, vii. 494

cyanocephalus, vii. 486

cyanogaster, vii. 486

cyanomelaa, vii. 488

cyanotis, vii. 497

cyanurus, vii. 493. 501

diadema, vii. 500

discolor, vii. 492

Domicella, vii. 493. 500

Dominicensis, vii. 497

Dufiresnianus, vii. 497

elegans, vii. 487

eos, vii. 495

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Psittacus erithacus, vii. 584

erythacus, vii. 496

erythrocephalus, vii. 486

erythropterus, vii. 487

eupatria, vii. 486

eximius, vii. 487

festivus, vii. 498

flavirostris, vii. 496

formosus, vii. 505

fringillaceus, vii. 503

funereus, vii. 495

galeatus, vii. 495

galeritus, vii. 494

galgulus, vii. 502

garrulus, vii. 493. 501

Geoffroyii, vii. 499

gigas, vii. 605

gingianus, vii. 485

gloriosus, vii. 487

goliath, vii. 606

gramineus, vii. 499

grandis, vii. 491

gregarius, vii. 504

guaruba, vii. 488

guebiensis, vii. 493

guyanensis, vii. 483. 489

hæmatopus, vii. 486

Havanensis, vii. 498

humeralis, vii. 492

hyacinthinus, vii. 482

icterotis, vii. 488

Illigeri, vii. 483

incarnatus, vii. 491

Indicus, vii. 502

infuescatus, vii. 499

inornatus, vii. 484

Leachii, vii. 495

Levaillantii, vii. 499

lori, vii. 500

leucocephalus, vii. 498

leucotia, vii. 484

Lichtensteinii, vii. 493

Ludovicianus, vii. 489

Iunatas, vii. 493

luteus, vii. 488

macao, vii. 482. 577

macawuana, vii. 483

macrognathus, vii. 489

macrohynchus, vii. 491

maitaca, vii. 500

Malaccensis, vii. 485

marginatus, vii. 491

melanocephalus, vii. 496

melanopterus, vii. 501

menatruus, vii. 496

micropterus, vii. 503

militaria, vii. 482

mitratus, vii. 500

Moluccanus, vii. 486

Paittacus Moloccensis, vii. 494

multicolor, vii. 488

murinus, vii. 490

mnscarinus, vii. 487

nasicus, vii. 494

niger, vii. 486

Novæ Guineæ, vii. 492

Novæ Zelandiæ?, vii. 506

olivaceus, vii. 491

ornatus, vii. 491

Papuensis, vii. 486

passerinus, vii. 501

Patagonicus, vii. 484

Pennanti, vii. 487

personatus, vii. 499

pertinax, vii. 489

phigy, vii. 503

Philippensis, vii. 502

Philippinarum, vii. 494

pileatus, vii. 601

Pondicerianus, vii. 490

porphyrocephalus, vii. 503

porphyrus, vii. 603

pulchellus, vii. 493

pullarius, vii. 503

pulverulentus, vii. 498

purpureus, vii. 496

pusillus, vii. 492

radhea, vii. 493

riciniatus, vii. 493

roseus, vii. 495

ruber, vii. 493

rufirostris, vii. 486

scapulatus, vii. 488. 580

Senegallus, vii. 499

setarius, vii. 493. 682

severas, vii. 483

signatus, vii. 496

simplex, vii. 503

sinensis, vii. 499

solstitialis, vii. 484

sordidus, vii. 497

sosova, vii. 490

Sparmanni, vii. 503

spurius, vii. 488

squamosus, vii. 484

stavorini, vii. 493

sulfureus, vii. 494

swindericianus, vii. 502

Tabuensis, vii. 488

Taitianus, vii. 503

Temminckii, vii. 495

tenuirostris, vii. 495

torquatus, vii. 484. 602

tovi, vii. 490

tricolor, vii. 482

tui, vii. 501

undulatus, vii. 492

unicolor, vii. 493. 500

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Psittacus vasa, vii. 487

venustus, vii. 488. 678

vernalis, vii. 502

versicolor, vii. 484

vinaceus, vii. 497

viresceus, vii. 490

viridissimus, vii. 493

vittatus, vii. 484

xanthops, vii. 499

xanthopterigius, vii. 504

xanthosomus, vii. 490

xonarius, vii. 493

Psophia, viii. 327

crepitans, viii. 328. 470

leucoptera, viii. 329

unduiata, viii. 302

viridis, viii. 328

Psophodes, vi. 296

Ptarmigan, viii. 253

Ptarmigans, viii. 39

Pterocles, viii. 41. 266

arenarius, viii. 43. 259

bicinctus, viii. 43

coronatus, viii. 44

exustus, viii. 42.268

guttatus, viii. 42

Lichtenstenii, viii. 43

quadricinctus, viii. 44

setarius, viii. 42

tachypetes, viii. 42. 268

Pteroglossus, vii. 479

culik, vii. 480

Langsdorffii, vii. 480

Humboldtii, vii. 480

Reinwardtii, vii. 480

Ptilinopus, viii. 90

Ptilonorhynchus, vi. 294. 400. 548

holoserieeus, vi. 294

Macleayii, vi.295; vii. 1

Smithii, vi. 296

viridis, vi. 296

Ptiloris paradiseus, vii. 384

Puffinaria, viii. 570

Garnotii, viii. 570

Puffin, viii. 556

Puffins, viii. 568

Puffinus, viii. 568. 642

sericeus, viii. 570

Pygargus, vi. 36

Pyranga, vi. 316

chlorocephalus, vi. 316

cinerea, vi. 316

cyanictensis, vi. 316

erythromelas, vi. 315

erythropis, vi. 316

icteromeias, vi. 316

icteropus, vi. 316

Pyrgita, vii. 134

Pyrrhocorax, vi. 395

leucopterus, vi. 396

violaceus, vi. 294

Pyrrhula, vii. 158. 312

auranticollis, vii. 158

azurea, vi. 302

cinereola, vii. 159

crispa, vii. 160

falcirostria, vii. 159

frontalis, vii. 160

longicauda, vii. 160

mysia, vii. 160

sanguinirostria, vii. 314

social, vii. 160

superciliosa, vii. 158

synoica, vii. 160

Quail, Andalusian, viii. 62

Baien, viii. 64

black-fronted, viii. 62

black-necked, viii. 62

Californian, viii. 60

Chinese, viii. 56

common, viii. 56 267

Coromandel, viii. 57

crescent, viii. 64

crested, viii. 60

Dubkee, viii. 65

elegant, viii. 55

fighting, viii. 62

Gibraltar, viii. 64

grey-throated, viii. 58

Hottentot, viii. 64

Luzonian, viii. 63

Madagascar, viii. 57

Malouine, viii. 60

marbled, viii. 55

Maryland, viii. 59

montercy, viii. 61

mottled, viii. 64

New Guinea, viii. 68

New Holland, viii. 56

Oriental, viii. 53. 65

reddish, viii. 58

Sonnini's, viii. 60

Southern, viii. 65

spotted-necked, viii. 65

sultry, viii. 65

white-necked, viii. 68

Quails, viii. 266

American, viii. 267

bishop of the, viii. 267

Quan, viii. 8

Querula cinerea, vi. 325

lumachelli, vi. 503

Quiscalus versicolor, vii. 168

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Rachama, vi. 187

Rachamah, vi. 20

Rale, viii. 540

Rail, viii. 540

banded, viii. 403

blue-necked, viii. 402

brown, viii. 404

Cape, viii. 405

Ceylon, viii. 406

clapper, viii. 402

dark, viii. 410

dusky, viii. 406

fasciated, viii. 410

four streaked, viii. 405

gular, viii. 405

land, viii. 641

little, viii. 408

long-billed, viii. 403

New Holland, viii. 410

Otaheite, viii. 406

Pacific, viii. 406

Philippine, viii. 403

red-breasted, viii. 406

rufous, viii. 410

rufous-headed, viii. 410

Sandwich, viii. 406

striated, viii. 403

Tabuan, viii. 406

Troglodytes, viii. 406

Virginian, viii. 402

water, viii. 402. 541

Rails, viii. 401

Rallus, viii. 401.640

aquaticus, viii. 402. 641

Ardeoïdea, viii. 333

Australia, viii. 406

Baillioni, viii. 407

Barbariacus, viii. 406

Bengalensis, viii. 372

cærulescens, viii. 402

Capensis, viii. 405

Carolinus, viii. 408

Cayannensis, viii. 408

Ceylonicus, viii. 406

chericote, viii. 406

crepitans, viii. 402

crex, viii. 406

dubius, viii. 406

fasciatus, viii. 410

ferrugineus, viii. 406

fuscus, viii. 404

giganteus, viii. 333. 405

gigas, viii. 333. 404

gularia, viii. 405

Jamaicensis, viii. 408

limicola, viii. 402

longirostris, viii. 403

maximus, viii. 404

melanurus, viii. 405

Rallus minutus, viii. 408

nigra, viii. 409

nigricans, viii. 405

nigrolateralis, viii. 408

Noveboracensis, viii. 408

Pacificus, viii. 406

parvus, viii. 408

Pennsylvanius, viii. 402

phænicurus, viii. 411

Philippensis, viii. 403

Porsana, viii. 407

pusillus, viii. 407

quadristriatus, viii. 405

ruficollis, viii. 408

Sandwicensis, vii. 406

striatus, viii. 403

Tabuensis, viii. 406

Taitiensis, viii. 406

torquatus, viii. 403

Troglodytes, viii. 406

variegatus, viii. 403

Virginianus, viii. 402

Ramphastos, vii. 477

Aldrovandi, vii. 478. 479

ambiguus, vii. 479

Aracari, vii. 479

Asaræ, vii. 480

Baillioni, vii. 480

callorhynchos, vii. 478

carinatus, vii. 478

chlororbynchos, vii. 479

Cuvieri, vii. 479

dicoloras, vii. 479

erythrorynchos, vii. 478

erythrosema, vii. 478

inscriptus, vii. 480

maculirostris, vii. 480

maximus, vii. 478

momota, vii. 406

pectoralis, vii. 478

piscivorus, vii. 478

piperivorus, vii. 480

Stora, vii. 479

sulcatus, vii. 480

Temminckii, vii. 479

Toco, vii. 477

Tucai, vii. 478

Tucanus, vii. 478

Vaillantii, vii. 479

viridis, vii. 479

Ramphocelus, vi. 316

coccineus, vi. 317

purpureus, vi. 317

Ramphopis, vi. 316

Razor-bill, viii. 559

Raven, vii. 175

white-necked, vii. 177. 330

Ravens, vii. 326. 327

Recurvirostra, viii. 393

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Recurvirostra Americana, viii. 394

avocetta, viii. 393

Novæ Hollandiæ, viii. 394

Orientalis, viii. 394

rubricollis, viii. 394

Redbreast, vi. 439; vii. 9

Redpoll, yellow, vi. 460

Redstart, vi. 440

American, vi. 360

Redwing, vi. 628

Regina aurarum, vi. 164

Regulas, vi. 471; vii. 39

Remiz, vii. 123

Rhaad, viii. 455

Rhyncbaspis, viii. 616 669

Rhynchops, viii. 586. 648

albirostris, viii. 587

brevirostris, viii. 587

cinerascens, viii. 587

flavirostria, viii. 586

nigra, viii. 586

Rhynchotus, viii. 70

fasciatus, viii. 71

Riphidura, vi. 368

motacilloïdes, vi. 369

Robin, American, vi. 385

yellow, vi. 370

Rocar, vi. 376

Roc, vi. 175

Roitelet, vi. 473; vii. 7

Roller, Abyssinian, vii. 186

African, vii. 188

Bengal, vii. 186

blue-striped, vi. 266

Cayenne, vi. 300

garrulus, vii. 185. 337

Madagascar, vii. 188

Oriental, vii. 188

red-breasted, vi. 359

varied, vi. 295

Rollers, vii. 185. 337, 338

Rolles, vii. 187. 338

Rollier à masque noir, vi. 293

Rook, vii. 176

Rostratula Capensis, viii. 372

Rougri, le, vi. 63

Rouloul, viii. 241

de Malacca, viii. 31

Roupenne, le, vi. 393

Rousseau, le, vi. 265

Rousseline, vii. 101

Rousset, le, vi. 272

Rubiettes, vi. 439; vii. 7

Runner, velvet, viii. 402

Rupicola, vi. 427; vii. 2

Rusticola, viii. 367

Rynchæa, viii. 371. 528

Hilarea, viii. 372

variegata, viii. 372

Sacre Egyptien, vi. 186

Saf-saf, viii. 465

Salangane, vii. 62. 96

Saltator, vi. 299. 317

albicollis, vi. 301

atricollis, vi. 303

aurantiarostris, vi. 300

cærulescens, vi. 300, 301

cyanopterus, vi. 300

flavus, vi. 300

maculatus, vi. 302

melanoleucus, vi. 300

niger, vi. 302

olivaceus, vi. 299

ruber, vi. 302

rubicus, vi. 301

ruficapillus, vi. 301

validus, vi. 302

virescens, vi. 300

viridia, vi. 301

Sanderlings, viii. 378. 529

Sandpiper, viii. 319

ash-coloured, viii. 376

Bartram'a, viii. 390

booted, viii. 390

Cayenne, viii. 321. 464

common, viii. 389

equestrian, viii. 382

goa, viii. 321

green, viii. 388

green-legged, viii. 388

grialed, viii. 375

Hebridal, viii. 385

Lapwing, viii. 462

little, viii. 376

long, legged, viii. 380. 388

Louisiane, viii. 321

northern, viii. 377

pectoral, viii. 379

purple, viii. 376

purre, viii. 379. 530

red, viii. 380

ruff; viii. 381. 531

Schens's, viii. 379

Selninger, viii. 376

semipalmated, viii. 383

Senegal, viii. 321

southern, viii. 376

Temminck's, viii. 375

white-winged, viii. 377

wood, viii. 388

Sandpipers, viii. 375

Sarcelles, viii. 673

Sarcoramphus, vi. 18. 169

Saria, viii. 326. 468

Sassegniat, viii. 401

Saurothera, vii. 459

Savacou de Cayenne, viii. 481

huppé de Cayenne, viii. 481

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Savacous, viii. 480

Saxicola, vi. 434; vii. 3

aurita, vi. 436

fruticola, vi. 436

Jardinii, vi. 439; viii. 685

lugena, vi. 438

mæsta, vi. 438

obscura, vi. 430

superciliaris, vi. 438; viii. 685

thoracina, vi. 438

Saxicolinæ, viii. 689

Scaler brown, vii. 352

Scalers, vii. 352

Scansores, vii. 435

Scolopax, viii. 358. 366. 512

ægocepbala, viii. 373

alba, viii. 376

arcuata, viii. 364. 381. 520

Australia, viii. 390

Australia, viii. 370

Belgica, viii. 373

Borealia, viii. 365

Brehmii, viii. 369

calidris, viii. 382

candidus, vili 390

candida, viii. 525

Cantabrigiensis, viii. 387

Capensis, viii. 371

Cayanensis, viii. 369

cinerea, viii. 374

curonica, viii. 387

falcinellus, viii. 363. 518

fedoa, viii. 374

fusca, viii. 386

gallanaria, viii. 368

gallinago, viii. 368, 369

gallinula, viii. 369

gigantea, viii. 370

glottis, viii. 373. 386

grisea, viii. 370

belias, viii. 480

incana, viii. 390

Laponica, viii. 372

leucophea, viii. 371

major, viii. 368. 527

media, viii. 369

minor, viii. 367

nigra, viii. 390

Noveboracensis, viii. 370

nutans, viii. 390

obscura, viii. 402

Paikulli, viii. 370

paludosa, viii. 369

phæopus, viii. 365. 521

pusilla, viii. 370. 379

pygmæus, viii. 380

rubra, viii. 362

rusticola, viii. 367. 621

Sabini, viii. 368

Scolopax saturata, viii. 370

semipalmata, viii. 389

subarcuata, viii. 380

Terek, viii. 374

Totanus, viii. 387

vociferus, viii. 390

Scops, vi. 83. 255

of Carolina, vi. 256

Scopus, viii. 352

umbretta, viii. 353. 509

Scoter, black, viii. 665

Scoters, viii. 665

Screamer, chaja, viii. 399

horned, viii. 398. 538

Screamers, viii. 397

Scythrops, vii. 465. 538

Novæ Hollandiæ, vii. 465

Secretarius reptilivorus, vi. 69

Secretary, vi. 68. 247

Seïsura, vi. 369

Seiürus tenuirostris, vi. 454

Sericulus, vi. 398

chrysocephalus, viii. 684

Serin Mosambique, vii. 143

Serins, vii. 142

Serpentarius, vi. 68

Setophaga, vi. 350

miniata, viii. 682

rubra, vi. 351

ruticilla, vi. 351; viii. 682

Shag crested, viii. 591

dwarf, viii. 591

spotted, viii. 591

Sheath-bill white, viii. 416

Sheath-bills, viii. 416

Shieldrake, viii. 617

Shieldrakes, viii. 669

Shoveler, viii. 616

New Holland, viii. 617

Shrike African, vi. 267

American, vi. 266

Antiguan, vi. 271

Barbary, vi. 270; viii. 678

barred, vi. 275

bay-backed, vi. 268

black and white, vi. 275

black-bush, vi. 275

black-headed, vi. 269; viii. 677

black-topped, vi. 272

blanchot, vi. 266; viii. 678

blue, vi. 266

Cape, vi. 265; viii. 677

Chinese, vi. 268

cinereous, vi. 371. 483

collared, vi. 265

corvine, vi. 267

crested, vi. 268. 273

cruel, vi. 268

ferruginous-bellied, vi. 267

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Shrike fork-tailed, vi. 379

fork-tailed created, vi. 371

frontal, vi. 295

Geoffroy's, vi. 286. 485

great cinereous, vi. 263

grey-backed, vi. 268

hooked-billed, vi. 285

Hottuiqua, vi. 267

Indian, vi. 268

Keroula, vi. 268

large bush, vi. 272

Leach's bush, vi. 274

lesser grey, vi. 263

Louisiana, vi. 270; viii. 678

Madagascar, vi. 266

Malabar, vi. 371

Malimbic, vi. 271

mustachio, vi. 268

natka, vi. 270

northern, vi. 269; viii. 677

olive, vi. 270

Pacific, vi. 268

Panayan, vi. 269

pied, vi. 272

red, vi. 263

red-backed, vi. 264

red-crested, vi. 268

red-headed bush, vi. 274

red-throated, vi. 271

rufous, vi. 294

rufous-crowned bush, vi. 274

rufous-winged bush, vi. 273

Senegal, vi. 267. 678

silent, vi. 268; viii. 678

spotted, vi. 273

swallow, vi. 286. 487

Tabuan, vi. 269

Vigors' bush, vi. 274

white, vi. 269

white-cheeked, vi. 268

Shrikes, vi. 262. 482

Sicrin, vi. 396. 423

Siffleur, le, vi. 326

Sirli, vii. 119. 212

Siskin Arkansaw, vii. 141

common, vii. 142

Siskins, vii. 142. 268

Sison, viii. 454

Sitta, vii. 344. 385

Caffra, vii. 345

Canadensis, vii. 344

chloris, vi. 345

chrysoptera, vii. 345

Europæa, vii. 344

frontalis, vii. 345

fusca, vii. 345

melanocephala, vii. 345

minor, vii. 387

nævia, vi. 408

Sitta pusilla, vii. 345. 387

Sittines, vii. 345

Skimmer, viii. 648

ashy, viii. 587

black, viii. 586

ahort-billed, viii. 587

yellow-billed, viii. 586

Skimmers, viii. 586

Snake-eater, vi. 68

Snipe, black-head, viii. 387

brown, viii. 370

Burka, viii. 370

Cape, viii. 371. 528

Cayenne, viii. 309

common, viii. 368

Courland, viii. 387

double, viii. 527

dusky, viii. 386. 387

Finmark, viii. 386

gambet, viii. 387

great, viii. 368

green-shank, viii. 368

Jadreka, viii. 373

jack, viii. 369

little, viii. 527

red-breasted, viii. 373

red-shank, viii. 387

saturated, viii. 370

spotted, viii. 387

stagnatile, viii. 387

stone, viii. 390

telltale, viii. 390

Terek, viii. 374

yellow-shanked, viii. 390

Snipes, viii. 366. 526

Soco, viii. 344

Sonateria, viii. 611

Souchets, viii. 616. 669

Sonimanga à gorge violette, et à poitrine

rouge, vii. 366

long-billed, vii. 393

rayé, vii. 366

Souimangas, vii. 359. 390

Sparrow chipping, vii. 148

field, vii. 148

fire coloured, vii. 137

fox coloured, vii. 138

hedge, vi. 443. 465

house, vii. 135. 234

scarlet, vi. 316

song, vii. 148

swamp, vii. 148

tree, vii. 148

yellow-winged, vii. 148

white-throated, vii. 148

Sparrows, vii. 130. 234

proper, vii. 134

Spatula, viii. 616

Spatula blanche sans huppe, viii. 357

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Sparvius, vi. 236

bicolor, vi. 56

cærulescens, vi. 66

cinereius, vi. 52. 66

cirrocephalus, vi. 56

gilvicollis, vi. 56

guttatus, vi. 56

major, vi. 56

melanoleucus, vi. 56

monachus, vi. 52

niger, vi. 54

rufiventris, vi. 56

semitorquatus, vi. 56

subniger, vi. 56

superciliaris, vi. 56

tricolor, vi. 56

Spelectos, vii. 507

Sphecothera, vi. 411

viridis, vi. 411

Sphecotherea, vi. 297

viridis, vi. 297

Spheniscus, viii. 561. 563

Sphænura Coraya, vi. 408

striolata, vii. 347

superciliaris, vii. 346

tibicen, vi. 470

Spizaetus, vi. 43. 44

Spoonbill dwarf, viii. 383.532

roseate, viii. 357. 512

white, viii. 357. 512

Spoonbills, viii. 356. 510

Spreo, le, vi. 393

Squatarola, viii. 318

Stapazina, vi. 436

Stare Cape, vii. 173

cockscomb, vi. 425

collared, vi. 465; vii. 37

common, vii. 172

Louisiana, vii. 325

Magellanic, vii. 173. 326

wattled, vi. 418

Stares, vii. 172. 321

Starling Persian, vii. 37

Starykes, viii. 635

Staryque criatatella, viii. 557

Steatornis caripennis, vii. 81

Stercoraires, viii. 679

Stercoreus pomarinus, viii. 580

Sterna, viii. 580

aranea, viii. 584

affinis, viii. 583

Anglica, viii. 582

Arctica, viii. 582

argentia, viii. 581

argentata, viii. 582

Oahuensis, viii. 585

Bergii, viii. 584. 648

Cantiaca, viii. 581

Caspia, viii. 581

Cut. Index.

Sterna Cayana, viii. 583

Dougalii, viii. 582

fissipes, viii. 581

fuliginosa, viii. 584

fuscator, viii. 586

galericulata, viii. 584

grisea, viii. 583

hirundo, viii. 580

inea, viii. 582

infuscata, viii. 585

leucopareia, viii. 582

leucoptera, viii. 582

magnirostris, viii. 585

media, viii. 583

melanauchen, viii. 583. 647

melanogaster, viii. 584

minuts, viii. 581

nævia, viii. 581

nigra, viii. 581

Nitzschii, viii. 585

Philippensis, viii. 586

senex, viii. 585

stolida, viii. 585

tenuirostris, viii. 583. 586

Stonechat, vi. 435

Stonechats, vi. 434

Stork, American, viii. 349. 507

black, viii. 349. 504

small black, viii. 350

violet, viii. 340. 360

white, viii. 349. 496

Storks, viii. 348. 494

with naked-neck, viii. 350

Stournelle à collier, vii. 173

Stournea, vi. 392

Strepsilas, viii. 384, 385. 532

collaris, viii. 385

Strix, vi. 70. 74

Arcadica, vi. 81

accipitrina, vi. 72. 78

Africana, vi. 72. 78

alba, vi. 75. 84

albifrons, vi. 84

albomarginata, vi. 86

aluco, vi. 76

Americana, vi. 71

Arctica, vi. 72

ascalaphus, vi. 71

asio, vi. 83. 256

atricapilla, vi. 84

badria, vi. 75

brachyotus, vi. 71

brachyura, vi. 72

Brama, vi. 85

bubo, vi. 76. 79

bubo Magellanicus, vi. 72

castanoptera, vi. 81

Cayanensis, vi. 82

choliba, vi. 85

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Strix crucigera, vi. 86

cunicularla, vi. 79. 258

dasypus, vi. 80

decussata, vi. 85

ferruginea, vi. 81

flammea, vi. 75. 257

funerea, vi. 78. 80

grallaria, vi. 79

griseata, vi. 77

Hardwickii, vi. 77

hirsuta, vi. 85

Hudsonia, vi. 78

huhula, vi. 82

hylophila, vi. 76

Javanica, vi. 76

lactea, vi. 73

Lapponica, vi. 74

larvata, vi. 83

lempyi, vi. 84

leucotis, vi. 84

Leschenaultii, vi. 84

lineata, vi. 82

litturata, vi. 74. 78

longirostris, vi. 73

macrorhynchus, vi. 73

macroura, vi. 78

maculosa, vi. 72

Maugei, vi. 85

Mexicana, vi. 71

nævia, vi. 83

nebulosa, vi. 74

nisoria, vi. 78

nisuella, vi. 78

noctua, vi. 75. 80

noctula, vi. 84

nudipea, vi. 80. 83

nyctea, vi. 79. 256

occipitalis, vi. 82

Orientalis, vi. 73

otus, vi. 71

pagodarum, vi. 85

palustris, vi. 72

passerina, vi. 79, 80, 81

passerinoïdes, vi. 82

perlata, vi. 75. 81

perspicillata, vi. 83

personata, vi. 83

phalænoïdes, vi. 81

pumila, vi. 81

pusilla, vi. 81

pygmæa, vi. 79, 81

rufa, vi. 75

scops, vi. 83. 255

seloputo, vi. 85

Soloniensis, vi. 75

Sonnerati, vi. 85

strepitans, vi. 73

stridula, vi. 72. 76

superciliosa, vi. 77

Strix sylveatrls, vi. 75

Tenglmalmi, vi. 79. 80

torquata, vi. 82

tripennis, vi. 72

Tuidara, vi. 75

ulula, vi. 71. 78

Uralensis, vi. 78

Virginlana, vi. 72

Strobiliphaga, vii. 161

Struthio, viii. 295.422

camelua, viii. 296

casuarius, viii. 297

rhea, viii. 296. 438

Sturnella, vii. 326

Sturnus Capensis, vi. 424; vii. 173

carunculatus, vi. 413; vii. 173

cericeus, vi. 425

cinclus, vi. 410; vii. 173

collaris, vi. 465; vii. 37. 173

contra, vi. 424

crispicollis, vi. 416

Dauricus, vi. 425; vii. 174

gallinacens, vi. 425

Ludovicianus, vii. 173

Mauritanus, vi. 465; vii. 37

militaris, vii. 173. 326

olivaceus, vii. 174

predatorias, vii. 169

saularis, vi. 294

sericeus, vii. 174

unicolor, vii. 173

viridis, vii. 174

vulgaris, vii. 173

Zeylanicus, vi. 425

Sucrier cardinal, vii. 364

Sugar-eater, vii. 390. 353

Suiri pardo y blanco, vi. 333

negro peco celesto, vi. 333

Suiriri, vi. 321

brun et rouge, vi. 320

cabeza y rabadilla de canela, vi. 334

choreado, vi. 334

chorreado debaso, vi. 327

chorreado sin roxo, vi. 322

chorreado todo, vi. 321

guau, vi. 319

obscuro y amarillo, vi. 334

ordinario, vi. 352

pardo aplomado, vi. 324

pitador, vi. 334

puteado, vi. 334

roxo, vi. 334

roxo obscuro, vi. 321

Sula, viii. 653

Brasiliensis, viii. 595

Sultanas, viii. 412. 542

Surnia, vi. 78

Swallow, vii. 57. 60

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Swallow, aculeated, vii. 70. 103, 104

ambergris, vii. 64

ash-bellied, vii. 69

barn, vii. 62

bat, vii. 103

black, vii. 64

black-bellied, vii. 62

blúe or white-bellied, vii. 66

Brazilian, vii. 64

brown-collared, vii. 67

Cape, vii. 63.101

chalybeate, vii. 63

chimney, vii. 61. 90

cliff, vii. 62

common, vii. 90

crag, vii. 61

Daurian, vii. 64

domestic, vii. 94

esculent, vii. 96

fulvous, vii. 62

grey rock, vii. 94

green, vii. 65

grey-rumped, vii. 67

Oonalaschka, vii. 66

Otaheitan, vii. 66

Panayan, vii. 63

Peruvian, vii. 66

proper, vii. 60

purple, vii. 92

red-headed, vii. 69

river, vii. 61. 91

rock, vii. 61

rufous-fronted, vii. 102

rufous-headed, vii. 63

rafous-rumped, vii. 68

Senegal, vii. 63

sharp-tailed, vii. 69. 103

St. Domingo, vii. 67

Ternate, vii. 342

wheat, vii. 68

white-bellied, vii. 63

white-rumped, vii. 93

white-winged, vii. 67

window, vii. 60

wire-tailed, vii. 66

Swallows, sea, viii. 590

sharp-quilled, vii. 102

Swallowers, wind, vii. 105

Swan, viii. 597. 657

black, viii. 569. 661

black-backed, viii. 601

black-necked, viii. 599. 661

Chinese, viii. 600

common, viii. 659

mute, viii. 598. 659

spur-winged, viii. 600. 661

tame, viii. 598

whistling, viii. 598. 660

wild, viii. 598

Swift, vii. 58

Balasian, vii. 60

Chinese, vii. 59

white-bellied, vii. 59

white-collared, vii. 93

white coloured, vii. 60

Sycalis, vi. 330

Sylvia, vi. 439; vii. 7

æqulnoctialis, vi. 451

agills, vi. 458

albicollis, vi. 436

albini, vi. 443

annulosa, vi. 453

Asiatica, vi. 451

atricapilla, vii. 30

autumnalia, vi. 458

azurea, vi. 458

bifasciata, vi. 468

Borbonica, vi. 449

cærulea, vi. 458; viii. 683

Cambaienais, vi. 451

caatanea, vi. 456

celata, vii. 172

certhiola, vi. 442

Cetti, vi. 443

cinerea, vi. 444

Cingalensis, vi. 448

cisticola, vi. 446. 466

citrinella, vi. 460

conapicillata, vi. 446

cristata, vi. 431

cucullata, vi. 455

cyanecula, vi. 439

Dartfordiensis, vi. 446

discolor, vi. 467

domestica, vi. 473

elata, vi. 431

flavicollis, vi. 460

flaviventris, vi. 448

fluviatillis, vi. 442

formicivora, vi. 437

formosa, vi. 468

furva, vi. 473

galactotea, vi. 442; viii. 685

gracilis, vi. 467

grisea, vi. 281

Guzurata, vi. 451

hirundinacea, vi. 432; viii. 685

hortenais, vi. 446; vii. 34

imitatrix, vi. 437

Javanica, vi. 451

lateralis, vi. 469

leucopogon, vi. 446

locustella, vi. 443

longicauda, vi. 467

Ludoviciana, vi. 474

luscinia, vii. 12

luscinoïdes, vi. 442

Macloviana, vi. 452

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Sylvia macroura, vi. 467

maculata, vii. 356

magnifica, vi. 470

magnolia, vi. 455

Marylandica, vi. 459

melanocephala, vi. 445

melanopogon, vi. 444

minuta, vi. 457

montana, vi. 462. 467

nævia, vii. 30

nigra, vi. 437

nisoria, vii. 35

Noveboracensis, vi. 454

obscura, vi. 439

Orphea, vi. 444

pileata, vi. 437

palpebross, vi. 451

palustris, vi. 442. 453

Pardalina, vi. 455

parua, vi. 456

peregrina, vi. 346; vii. 172

Philadelphia, vi. 459

philomela, vii. 21

phragmitis, vi. 442

pileata, viii. 685

pinnus, vi. 464

Platenais, vi. 474

plumbea, vi. 461. 464; viii. 686

pusilla, vi. 458, 459

rara, vi. 457

rubecula, vii. 9

rubicela, vii. 5

ruficapilla, vii. 172

rufigastra, vi. 449

Ruppell, vi. 444

sallcaria, vi. 443

Sarda, vi. 446

schænobanus, vi. 443. 466

sericea, vi. 441

solitaria, vii. 172

sperata, vi. 437

sphagnosa, vi. 458

Stapaxina, β, vi. 436

subalpina, vi. 446

Suecica, vii. 11

superciliosa, vi. 432

sylviella, vi. 445

torquata, vi. 460

trichas, vi. 459

venusta, vi. 464; viii. 686

Sylvicola inornata, vi. 460

Sylvoïdes, vi. 276

Synallaxis, vii. 347. 388

albescens, vii. 347

cinerascens, vii. 347

ruficapilla, vii. 347

ruficauda, vii. 348

rutilans, vii. 348

setaria, vii. 348

Synallaxis, tesællata, vii. 348

Syndactyli, vii. 400. 420

Syrrhaptes, viii. 65. 268

Syrnii, vi. 75

Syrnium, vi. 75

Tachard, le, vi. 62

Tachydromus, viii. 324

collaris, viii. 325

Senegalensis, viii. 325

Tachypetea, viii. 592

leucocephalua, viii. 593

minor, viii. 693

Tachyphonua, vi. 311

chloriaterns, vi. 313

Desmarestii, vi. 311

fringiloïdes, vi. 312

olivaceus, vi. 312

ruber, vi. 313

rubeacens, vi. 312; viii. 681

Suchii, vi. 313

tenuirostris, vi. 313

Vigorsii, vi. 312

Tadorna, viii. 669

Bellonii, viii. 618

failiaris, viii. 618

rutila, viii. 622

Tadornes, viii. 617

Talegalla, viii. 33

Cuvieri, viii. 33

Tamatia, vii. 472

black-banded, vii. 473

black-eared, vii. 472

lesser pied, vii. 472

maculata, vii. 472

pied, vii. 472

spotted-bellied, vii. 472

Tamatias, vii. 472

Tanager, archbishop, vi. 304

bishop, vi. 304

black and blue, vi. 303

black-faced, vi. 299

black-headed, vi. 315

black-necked, vi. 299

black-throated, vi. 310.317. 463

blue-headed, vi. 307. 491; viii. 687

blue-shouldered, vi. 303

blue-winged, vi. 300

Brasilian, vi. 316

Cayenne, vi. 298

crested, vi. 311

golden, vi. 297. 299

golden-created, vi. 314; viii. 681

golden-forehead, vi. 314

grand, vi. 299

grey-headed, vi. 285

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Tanager green, vi. 309

green-headed, vi. 303. 316

hooded, vi. 310

Jacarine, vi. 298

Malimbic, vii. 131. 231

Mississippi, vi. 315

negro, vi. 298

orange-billed, vi. 300

palm, vi. 305

Paradise, vi. 303. 490

Paraguayan, vi. 317

poppy, vi. 317

red, vi. 315

red-bellied, vi. 298. 314

red-breasted, vi. 317

red-headed, vi. 304. 310

red-necked, vi. 311. 314

red-throated, vi. 310

rufous-headed, vi. 304

sayacu, vi. 304

Schrauk's, vi. 309

showy, vi. 304

silent, vi. 318

spotted-emerald, vi. 305

spotted-green, vi. 305

St. Domingo, vi. 317

variable, vi. 299

yellow-throated, vi. 310

Tanagers, vi. 297. 488

cardinal, vi. 315

euphonian, vi. 297

grossbeak, vi. 299

oriole, vi. 311

ramphoceline, vi. 316

true, vi. 303

Tanagra, vi. 297

æstiva, vi. 315

albifrons, vi. 317

albirostris, vi. 317

Amboinensis, vi. 317

archiepiscopus, vi. 304

atra, vi. 299

atrata, vi. 317

atricapilla, vi. 270. 315

aurata, vi. 299

auricapilla, vi. 314

aurifrons, vi. 314

axillaris, vi. 309

Bonariensis, vii. 134. 169

Brasilia, vi. 316

Brunnea, vi. 313

cærulea, vi. 317

celestis, vi. 304

canicapella, vi. 308

canora, vi. 306. 317. 489

Capensis, vi. 271. 363

capistrata, vi. 302

capitalis, vi. 317; vii. 134

Cayana, vi. 298. 304. 307. 490

Tanagra chlorocyanea, vi. 309

chloroptera, vi. 305

chlorotica, vi. 298

cirrhomelas, vi. 312

citrinella, vi. 308

cristata, vi. 311

cristatella, vi. 315; vii. 127

cyanocephala, vi. 307

cyanoventris, vi. 308

decumana, vi. 300

Desmarestii, vi. 306

Diademata, vi. 302

Dominica, vi. 317

episcopus, vi. 304, 305

fasciata, vi. 307

flammea, vi. 312

flammiceps, vi. 302

flavicollis, vi. 310

flaviventris, vi. 303

formosa, vi. 305

graminea, vi. 309; vii. 127

Guianensis, vi. 270. 285. 317; viii. 679

gularis, vi. 310

gyrola, vi. 304

Jacapa, vi. 317

jacarina, vi. 298

jugularis, vi. 303

leucophæa, vi. 307

leucocephala, vi. 306

Ludoviciana, vi. 316

magna, vi. 299

martialis, vi. 311

melalictera, vi. 306

melanopis, vi. 300

melanotha, vi. 305

Mexicana, vi. 303

militaris, vi. 317

Mississippiensis, vi. 315

multicolor, vi. 306

musica, vi. 489

nigerrima, vi. 311

nigricollis, vi. 299. 310. 463

nigrogularis, vi. 317

olivacea, vi. 299. 311. 315. 355

olivascens, vi. 305

ornata, vi. 304. 307

palmarum, vi. 305

penicillata, vi. 313

Peruviana, vi. 307

pileata, vi. 310. 315

poittacina, vi. 301; vii. 158

punctata, vi. 305

quadricolor, vi. 312

rubra, vi. 299

rubricollis, vi. 307

rudis, vi. 307. 317; viii. 680

ruficollis, vii. 127. 311. 314

rufiventris, vi. 308. 314

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Tanagra Saira, vi. 313

sayaca, vi. 304, 305

Schraukii, vi. 309

silens, vii. 136. 318

Sibirica, vii. 118

Sinensis, vi. 317

speculifera, vi. 310. 311

striata, vi. 306. 489

superciliaris, vi. 300

tatao, vi. 303. 490

tephrocephala, vi. 308

thoracita, vi. 308

tricolor, vi. 303. 307

varia, vi. 305

variabilis, vi. 299. 317

variegata, vi. 315

violacea, vi. 297. 298

virens, vi. 303. 309. 317

viridis, vi. 298. 309

vittata, vi. 308

Tangara de Malimbe, vii. 131

Tantali, viii. 510

Tantalus, viii. 354

Æthiopicus, viii. 359

African, viii. 355

albicollis, viii. 361. 519

albus, viii. 363

American, viii. 355

calvus, viii. 361

Cayennensis, viii. 361

Ceylon, viii. 363

coco, viii. 363

cristatus, viii. 363

hogedash, viii. 362

Ibis, viii. 365. 510

lacteus, viii. 356

leucocephalus, viii. 356. 363. 510

loculator, viii. 355. 510

melanops, viii. 362

niger, viii. 361

pillus, viii. 355

plumicollis, viii. 355

rhodinopterus, viii. 355

ruber, viii. 362

Tanypus Australis, vi. 388

Tanysiptera, vii. 411

Tardivola, vii. 130; viii. 688

Tarier, vi. 435

Tariers, vii. 3

Tavon, viii. 400

Tchagra, le, vi. 271

Tchong, le, vi. 68

Teal, viii. 623

backal, viii. 624

blue-winged, viii. 671

Chinese, viii. 619

common, viii. 623

Coromandel, viii. 606

gerra, viii. 620

Teal hind, viii. 624

Madagascar, viii. 606

Manilla, viii. 624

spinous-tailed, viii. 614

Teals, viii. 673

Tectur kelaun, viii. 55

Temia, vii. 184

Tenuirostres, vii. 344

suppl. on the, vii. 385

Tern, allied, viii. 583

Arctic, viii. 582

bearded, viii. 582. 647

black, viii. 581

black-naped, viii. 583. 647

Caspian, viii. 581

Cayenne, viii. 583

great, viii. 580

gull-billed, viii. 582

hoary, viii. 583

lesser, viii. 581

marsh, viii. 584

mustachio, viii. 582

noddy, viii. 585

rose-coloured, viii. 582

Sandwich, viii. 581

slender-bill, viii. 583

sooty, viii. 584

white-winged, viii. 582

Terns, viii. 580

Tersina cærulea, vi. 365

Terutero, viii. 321. 464

Teteu, viii. 464

Tetrao, viii. 33. 34. 242

albus, viii. 40

alchata, viii. 41. 257

Andalusicus, viii. 62

arenarius, viii. 43

betulinus, viii. 36

bicalcaratus, viii. 46

Bonasia, viii. 36

cachinans, viii. 40

Californius, viii. 60

Canadensis, viii. 36. 251

Canace, viii. 36

canus, viii. 36

caudacuta, viii. 42

Chinensis, viii. 56

cinereus, viii. 51. 67

Coromandelicus, viii. 57

coturnix, viii. 56. 267

Coyoleos, viii. 60

cristatus, viii. 60

Cupido, viii. 37

curvirostris, viii. 50

Falklandicus, viii. 60

Francolinus, viii. 45. 263

Franklinii, viii. 39

Guianensis, viii. 59

hybridus, viii. 35

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Tetrao Indicus, viii. 43

intermedius, viii. 35

Javanicus, viii. 50

lagopus, viii. 40

Lapponicus, viii. 40

Luzoniensis, viii. 63, 64

Madagascarensis, viii. 62

major, viii. 67

Manillensis, viii. 56

Marilandus, viii. 59

medius, viii. 35

Mexicanus, viii. 59

montanus, viii. 52

mutus, viii. 40

Namaqua, viii. 43

Nemesianus, viii. 36

nigricollis, viii. 62

Novæ Hiapaniæ, viii. 33

nudicollis, viii. 49

obscurus, viii. 38

ocellatus, viii. 32

Orientalis, viii. 43. 45. 53

paradoxa, viii. 66

petrosus, viii. 52

phasianellus, viii. 44

Pondicerianus viii. 45

Richardsonii, viii. 39

rubricollis, viii. 49

rufus, viii. 51

rupestris, viii. 40

Sabini, viii. 39

saliceti, viii. 40

Scoticus, viii. 41. 256

Senegalus, viii. 42

Sinensis, viii. 46. 64

Sovi, viii. 69

striatus, viii. 57

tetrix, viii. 34. 247

togatus, viii. 37

umbellus, viii. 37

urogallus, viii. 34. 243

urophasianellus, viii. 38

urophasianus, viii. 38

variegatus, viii. 67

Virginianus, viii. 59, 60

viridis, viii. 32

Tetras à plumage variable, viii. 35

à queue pleine, viii. 35

Textor alecto, vii. 232

Thalaasidroma, viii. 566

Thamnophilinæ, viii. 678. 683

Thamnophilus, vi. 272

affinis, vi. 277

agilis, vi. 276

albicollis, vi. 280

albiventer, vi. 275

albonotatus, vi. 275. 278

atricapillus, vi. 280

auratus, vi. 280

Thamnophilus bicolor, vi. 275

cinnamomeus, vi. 275

caudatus, vi. 279

cærulescens, vi. 279

choloropterus, vi. 279

cinereus, vi. 274. 283

cristatellus, vi. 283

cyanocephalus, vi. 282

fasciatus, vi. 275

ferrugineus, vi. 274

griseus, vi. 278

gularis, vi. 278

guttatus, vi. 276. 281

Leachii, vi. 274

leucocephalus, vi. 285

leuconotus, vi. 278

lineatus, vi. 275. 281

longicaudatus, vi. 281

maculatus, vl. 276

melanogaster, vi. 277

melanoceps, vi. 278

myotherinus, vi. 279

niger, vi. 275

radiatus, vi. 276. 281

rubicus, vi. 282

ruficapillus, vi. 282

ruficeps, vi. 274

ruficollis, vi. 277

rufinus, vi. 283

ratilus, vi. 282

stellaris, vi. 277

striatus, vi. 279

strigilatus, vi. 276

Swainsonii, vi. 275

torquatus, vi. 273

Vigorsii, vi. 274

virescens, vi. 282

viridis, vi. 282

Thick-knees long-legged, viii. 307

spotted, viii. 306

Thrush, vi. 510

barred-tail, vi. 408

black and scarlet, vi. 357

black-chinned, vi. 390

black-created, vi. 380

black-crowned, vi. 434

black-headed, vi. 381

black-necked, vi. 376

blue-tailed, vi. 400

brown-eared, vi. 376

buff-winged, vi. 408

Ceylon, vi. 271; viii. 678

chiming, vi. 407

cyaneous, vi. 403

emerald, vi. 381

golden-crowned, vi. 454

gular, vi. 382

hermit, vi. 376. 386

Indian, vi. 381

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Thrush Mindanao, vi. 294

missel, vi. 384

mocking, vi. 539

musician, vi. 406; vii. 47

orange-breasted, vi. 434

pagoda, vi. 423

palm, vi. 312. 381

of Paraguay, vi. 523

pigeon, vi. 394

pine, vii. 141

punctated, vi. 529

red, vi. 385

red-winged, vi. 384

reed, vi. 441

rose coloured, vi. 392

ruby-throat, vi. 440

rufous, vi. 380

solitary, vi. 376

song, vi. 522

songster, vi. 394

Sonnerat's, vi. 390

tawny, vi. 386

thick-billed, vi. 271

varied, vi. 381

Volatile, vi. 369

water, vi. 454

white-backed, vi. 408

wood, vi. 386

yellow-billed, vi. 403

yellow-fronted, vi. 390

Thrushes proper, vi. 515

rock, vi. 536

Thryothorus, vii. 48

lateralis, vi. 474

littoralis, vii. 48

Tichodroma, vii. 352. 389

Tigrosoma, viii. 337

Timalia pileata, vi. 402; viii. 684. 685

thoracica, vi. 402; viii. 685

Tinamou barred-tailed, viii. 71

cinereous, viii. 67

dwarf, viii. 69

great, viii. 67

Isabelle, viii. 71

little, viii. 69

Macaco, viii. 68

nocturnal, viii. 68

oariana, viii. 69

obsolete, viii. 68

rufescent, viii. 71

spotted, viii. 70

Tao, viii. 69

undulated, viii. 67

variegated, viii. 67

vermicule, viii. 68

Tinamous, viii. 269

Tinamus, viii. 66

adspersus, viii. 68

Apequia, viii. 68

Tinamus Boraquira, viii. 70

Brasiliensis, viii. 67

Canape, viii. 70

maculosus, viii. 70

magoua, viii. 67

major, viii. 70

medius, viii. 70

minor, viii. 70

nanus, viii. 69

noctivagus, viii. 68

obsoletus, viii. 68

pavoninus, viii. 70

plumbeus, viii. 68

rufescens, viii. 71

Sovi, viii. 69

atrigulosus, viii. 69

Tataupa, viii. 68

undulatua, viii. 67

vermiculatus, viii. 68

ynambui, viii. 70

Tisserin alecto, vii. 133

Tisserins, vii. 130

Titmice, vii. 120

penduline, vii. 123. 223

reed, vii. 221

Titmouse, Alpine, vii. 123

amorous, vii. 123

azure, vii. 122

bearded, vii. 123. 222

black, vii. 123

black-cap, vii. 121. 122

blue, vii. 121. 219

Cape, vii. 124

Chinese, vii. 123

cole, vii. 120. 218

crested, vii. 121

fork-tailed, vii. 123

great, vii. 120. 214

great-headed, vii. 123

greyish, vii. 123

Guiana, vii. 123

Javan, vii. 122

long-tailed, vii. 121. 220

Malabar, vi. 346

marsh, vii. 218

New Zealand, vii. 123

Norway, vii. 123

Siberian, vii. 122

white-cheek, vii. 123

Titria cinereus, vi. 290

Tityra viridis, vi. 291; viii. 680

Tlauhqueuil, viii. 512

Toads, flying, vii. 105

Tocro, vii. 268

Todies, vii. 414

Todus, vii. 414. 429

auritus, vi. 338

brachyurus, vi. 338

cæruleus, vii. 415

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Todus cinereus, vii. 415

ferrugineus, vii. 4165

flavigaster, vi. 331

fuscus, vii. 415

leucocephalus, vi. 338; vii. 415

macrorhynchos, vi. 337; vii. 415

maculatus, vi. 332

nasutus, vi. 337; vii. 415

obscurus, vi. 337

Paradisiacus, vi. 330

Paradiseus, vii. 415

platyrbynchus, vi. 336; vii. 415

plumbeus, vi. 332; vii. 415

regius, vi. 332. 336; vii. 415

rostratus, vi. 336; vii. 415

rubecula, vi. 331

Sylvia, vii. 415

varius, vii. 415

viridis, vii. 414. 429

Tody great-billed, vi. 337

green, vii. 414. 429

white-headed, vi. 338

Tonysiptera, viii. 690

Torticella, viii. 63

Totanus, viii. 385. 532

acuminatos, viii. 390

Bartramius, viii. 390

calidris, viii. 387

caligatus, viii. 390

chloropygus, viii. 390

Damascensis, viii. 390

fasciatus, viii. 311

flstulans, viii. 386

flavipes, viii. 390

fuscus, viii. 387

glareolus, viii. 390

grallatorius, viii. 388

griseus, viii. 386

Javanicus, viii. 390

macularios, viii. 389

maculatus, viii. 387

melanoleucus, viii. 390

nævius, viii. 387

natans, viii. 387

Noveboracensis, viii. 371

ochropus, viii. 388

petriflcatus, viii. 391

semipalmatus, viii. 389

solitarius, viii. 390

speculiferus, viii. 389

stagnatitis, viii. 387

tenuirostrus, viii. 390

variegatus, viii. 390

Totipalmatæ, viii. 648

Totipalme, viii. 587

Toucan, vii. 544

Aldrovandine, vii. 478

Aracari, vii. 479. 547

Aiara's, vii. 480

Cuv. Index.

Toucan, Baillon's, vii. 480

black and yellow, vii. 479

black and green, vii. 480

Brazilian, vii. 478

carinated, vii. 478

great, vii. 478

green, vii. 479

piperine, vii. 480

red-billed, vii. 478

red-breasted, vii. 478

spotted-billed, vii. 480

toco, vii. 477

Vaillant's, vii. 479

yellow-breasted, vii. 478

Toucans, vii. 477

Toucnamcourvi, vii. 131. 230

Touraco brun, vii. 507

géant, vii. 607

Pauline, vii. 607.685

violet, vii. 508

Touracos, vii. 507

Touyouyou, viii. 352. 508

Tracal, vii. 119

Tragopan, viii. 30. 241

Traquet d'Angleterre, vi. 498

familier, vi. 437

imitateur, vi. 437

montagnard, vi. 437

proprement dit, vii. 5

Traqueta, vii. 3

Treron, viii. 93

Trichas, vi. 469

Trichoglossi, vii. 578

Tricophorus, vi. 296; viii. 680

barbaros, vi. 297

Tridactyles, viii. 61

Tringa, viii. 318. 375

alba, viii. 378

albescens, viii. 377

Alpina, viii. 379

atra, viii. 387

Australis, viii. 376

Bartramia, viii. 390

brevirostris, viii. 383

canoros, viii. 376

cinctos, viii. 530. 379

cinerea, viii. 375

coot-footed, viii. 391

equestris, viii. 382

falcinellus, viii. 378

ferruginea, viii. 376

fulicaria, viii. 384

fusca, viii. 387

gambetta, viii. 382. 387

glacialis, viii. 384

glareola, viii. 388

Grenovicensis, viii. 382

grisea, viii. 375

Helvetica, viii. 319

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Tringa hiatula, viii. 312

Hyperborea, viii. 384. 381

hypoleucoa, viii. 389

interprea, viii. 385

Islandica, viii. 375

itimantopus, viii. 380

ieucoptera, viii. 377

littorea, viii. 382

lobata, viii. 384. 392. 532

Macei, viii. 378

macroptera, viii. 321

maculosa, viii. 377

maritima, viii. 376

minuta, viii. 376. 383

nævia, viii. 375

nigricans, viii. 376

Oakuensis, viii. 390

ochropus, viii. 388

platyrhynchus, viii. 380, 381

pugnax, viii. 381. 531

pusilla, viii. 376, 377- 383

religiosa, viii. 378

rubra, viii. 378

rufa, viii. 375

rufeacens, viii. 377

ruficollis, viii. 379

Schenzii, viii. 379

semipalmata, viii. 383

squatarola, viii. 319

striata, viii. 376. 387

subarcuata, viii. 380

Temminckii, viii. 376

totanus, viii. 387

Urvilii, viii. 320

vanellus, viii. 319. 462

varia, viii. 319

variabilis, viii. 379

Triorchis, vi. 39

Trochilus, vii. 367

albicollis, vii. 379

albus, vii. 371

amethystinus, vii. 375

ater, vii. 372

aureo viridis, vii. 371

auritus, vii. 376

aurulentus, vii. 371

bilophus, vii. 374

Brasiliensis, vii. 369. 371

brevicauda, vii. 372

carbunculus, vii. 377

chalybeus, vii. 373

chrysurus, vii. 369

cinereus, vii. 370

collaris, vii. 378

colubris, vii. 375

cristatus, vii. 372

elegans, vii. 369

enicurus, vii. 376

ensipennis, vii. 374

Trochilus forficatus, vii. 369

fulgens, vii. 372

furcatus, vii. 376

gigas, vii. 377

gutturalia, vii. 370

hirsutus, vii. 371

holosericeus, vii. 371

jugularis, vii. 370

Langsdorfii, vii. 376

latipennis, vii. 374

leucogaater, vii. 378

leucurus, vii. 368

longirostris, vii. 378

maculatus, vii. 378

magniflcus, vii. 373

mango, vii. 370

margaritaceus, vii. 372

Maugeanua, vii. 375

melanogaster, vii. 370

melanotus, vii. 372

mellisuga, vii. 377

mellivorus, vii. 375. 378

meaoleucos, vii. 374

minimus, vii. 376

moschitus, vii. 377

multicolor, vii. 372

næviua, vii. 370

ornatus, vii. 373

ourissia, vii. 377

pectoralis, vii. 371

pella, vii. 368

petasophorus, vii. 373

pileatus, vii. 373

platurua, vii. 376

platycerius, vii. 372

polythmus, vii. 369

punctatus, vii. 371

pygmæus, vii. 372

rubineus, vii. 377

saphyrinus, vii. 379

scutatus, vii. 373

smaragdo-saphyrinus, vii. 375

squalidus, vii. 369

squamosus, vii. 379

superbus, vii. 378

superciliosus, vii. 368

Taumautias, vii. 370

thalassinus, vii. 372

violaceus, vii. 370

viridis, vii. 371

Troglodytes, vi. 473; vii. 42

CEdon, vi. 473; vii. 44

arundinaceus, vi. 474

Europæus, vi. 473

hiemalis, vi. 473; vii. 44

obsoleta, vi. 409

Trogon, vii. 473

albiventris, vii. 475

ardens, vii. 476

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Trogon atricollis, vii. 474

aurantius, vii. 476

black-headed, vii. 474

castaneus, vii. 474

cinereus, vii. 474

cinnamomeus, vii. 476

collaris, vii. 474

condea, vii. 475

curucui, vii. 474

domicellus, vii. 475

Domingo, vii. 475

Duvaucel's, vii. 475

fasciatus, vii. 476

indented, vii. 541

lesser red-bellied, vii. 474

mountain, vii. 475

narina, vii. 476

oreskios, vii. 475

pavoninus, vii. 476. 541

red-bellied, vii. 474

Reinwart's, vii. 475

rosalba, vii. 474

rufus, vii. 474

strigilatus, vii. 474

sulfuraceus, vii. 474

Temminckii, vii. 476

temnusus, vii. 476

variegatus, vii. 474. 476

violaceus, vii. 474

violet-headed, vii. 474

viridis, vii. 474

white-bellied, vii. 475

white-collared, vii. 475

yellow-bellied, vii. 474

Trogons, vii. 539

Tropic-bird, common, viii. 596

red-tailed, viii. 597

Tropidorhynchus, vi. 412. 416

Troupiale, vii. 168

a calotte rousse, vii. 171

grand, vii. 166

noir et varié, vii. 171

noir, le petit, vii. 134

Troupiales, vii. 167. 319. 320

Trumpeter, undulated, viii. 302

Tschachert, vi. 288

Tuglek, viii. 631

Tuidara, vi. 75

Turdoïdes, vi. 388; viii. 684

leucocephala, vi. 390

Turdus, vi. 374. 510

Abyssinicus, vi. 382

æneus, vi. 395

Africanus, vi. 382

Alaspi, vi. 279. 408

albicapillus, vi. 382

albicollis, vi. 383. 387

albifrons, vi. 383. 382

albiventris, vi. 387

Turdus amœnus, vi. 392

Americanus, vi. 383

analis, vi. 388

aquaticus, vi. 454

Arada, vi. 406

arcuatus, vi. 382

ardosiaceus, vi. 380. 384

Arsinoë, vi. 382

arundinaceus, vi. 392. 441. 514; vii. 29

Asiaticus, vi. 382

atricapillus, vi. 379. 381

atriceps, vi. 389

atricollis, vi. 379

atrigularis, vi. 376

auratus, vi. 393. 409

aurigaster, vi. 389

aurocapillus, vi. 392

Australis, vi. 378

azureus, vi. 389

Badius, vi. 383

bamble, vi. 406

Barbaricus, vi. 383

bicolor, vi. 393

bimaculatus, vi. 388

Borbonicus, vi. 382

brachypterus, vi. 383. 468

brachypus, vi. 383

Brasiliensis, vi. 379

brevicaudatus, vi. 383

Cafer, vi. 388

Calliope, vi. 392. 440

campanella, vi. 407

Camtschatkenais, vi. 440

canorus, vi. 382

cantans, vi. 406

cantor, vi. 394

Capensis, vi. 389

carbonarius, vi. 379

Cayanensis, vii. 388

certhiola, vi. 442

Ceylonus, vi. 271

chalybeus, vi. 394

Chochi, vi. 383

chrysogaster, vi. 378. 394

chrysorhœus, vi. 389

cinclus, vi. 410

cinereus, vi. 383

cinnamomeus, vi. 280. 380. 409

cirrhatus, vi. 281

Cochinsinensis, vi. 390. 419

colma, vi. 404

colma β, vi. 404

columbinus, vi. 382

Columbus, vi. 394

concolor, vi. 381. 389

Coraya, vi. 408

coronatus, vi. 454

crassirostris, vi. 271. 383

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Tardus crotopegus, vi. 387

curæus, vi. 383

cyaneus, vi. 375. 383. 392. 403

cyanocephalus, vi. 384

cyanures, vi. 400

Daoma, vL 383

dentirostris, vi. 383

dilutus, vL 383

disparis, vi. 389

Dominicanus, vi. 377. 425

Dominicus, vi. 385

dubius, vi. 376. 383

eremita, vi. 376

erythropterus, vi. 378

explorator, vi. 376

Falklandii, vi. 382

felivox, vi. 385

flavipes, vi. 383. 387

flavirostris, vi. 403

flavus, vi. 382. 397

formicivorus, vi. 404

frivolus, vi. 383

fuliginosus, vi. 384

fumigatus, vi. 387

fuscatus, vi. 386

fuscipes, vi. 408

fuscus, vi. 383

Ginginianus, vi. 423

griseus, vi. 382. 402

gularia, vi. 382

gutturalis, vi. 383. 434

Guyanensis, vi. 387

hæmorrhousa, vi. 381

harmonicus, vi. 384

Hispaniolensis, vi. 379

Hudsonius, vi. 392

iliacus, vi. 384

importunus, vi. 378

Indicus, vi. 381

inquietus, vi. 383

Jamaïcensis, vi. 387

Javanicus, vi. 381

jugularis, vi. 392

Kamtsckensis, vi. 312

Labradorius, vi. 392

Leschenaultii, vi. 382

leucocephalus, vi. 382. 392. 425

leucogaster, vi. 394

leucogenus, vL 388

leucomelas, vi. 383

leucophrys, vi. 383

leucopterus, vi. 383

leucotis, vi. 383. 419

leucurus, vi. 375. 436

lineatus, vi. 404

lividus, vi. 385

longirostris, vi. 383

lunulatus, vi. 384. 419

Macei, vi. 383

Turdus Madagascariensis, vi. 379

Malabaricus, vi. 390. 392. 423

Manillensis, vi. 376

maxillaris, vi. 383. 419

melanicherus, vi. 378

melanocephalus, vi. 383. 423

melanophrys, vi. 883

melanops, vi. 383. 418

melinus, vi. 384. 419

melodus, vi. 386

merula, vi. 374

migratorius, vi. 385. 524

Mindanaensis, vi. 294

miniatus, vL 378

minor, vi. 383. 386

monachra, vi. 382. 392. 397

morio, vi. 393

motacilla, vi. 392. 454

musicola, vi. 383

mustelinus, vi. 386

musicus, vi. 384. 522

nævius, vi. 383

Naumanni, vi. 376

nigricapillus, vi. 377

nigricans, vi. 389

nigricollis, vi. 382

nitens, vi. 393

Novæ Hollandiæ, vi. 383

Noveboracensis, vi. 392

obscurus, vi. 382

ochrocephalus, vi. 392. 425

olivaceus, vi. 383. 386

Oonalaschka, vi. 382

Orientalis, vi. 294. 363. 392

ornatus, vi. 877

Orpheus, vi. 385

ouravang, vi. 378

Pacificis, vi. 383

pagodarum, vi. 392. 423

palmarum, vi. 312. 381. 392. 490

pectoralis, vi. 380. 409

Peronii, vi. 383

Persicus, vi. 383

perspicillatus, vi. 377

phænicopterus, vi. 389

phænicurus, vi. 377

Philippensis, vi. 383

pilaris, vL 384

plumbeus, vi. 380

poliocephalus, vi. 383

polyglottus, vi. 385

pratensis, vi. 879

praursus, vi. 383

punctatus, vi. 384

reclamator, vi. 379

rex, vi. 403

roseus, vi. 392

rubiginosus, vi. 280

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Turdus ruficaudus, vi. 383

raficollis, vi. 382

rafifrons, vi. 283. 380. 409

rafiventris, vi. 383. 386. 387

rufus, vi. 386

rupestris, vi. 376

rupicola, vi. 376

Sandwichensis, vi. 383

saturninus, vi. 286

saxatilis, vi. 375

sellacis, vi. 392

Senegalensis, vi. 377* 379

shannu, vi. 383

Sibiricus, vi. 382

silens, vi. 286

Sinensis, vi. 387. 425

solitarius, vi. 375. 386

sordidus, vi. 287

speciosus, vi. 357.382. 392; vii. 122

splendidus, vi. 382

squammeus, vi. 377

striatus, vi. 387

Suerii, vi. 383

Suratensis, vi. 382

tenebrosis, vi. 383

tibicens, vi. 377

tinnicus, vi. 403

tintinnabulatus, vi. 407

torquatus, vi. 375. 534

trichas, vi. 391

tricolor, vi. 378. 383

triostechus, vi. 400

Tripolitanus, vi. 382

triurus, vi. 383

Ulietensis, vi. 383

Vaillantii, vi. 389

validus, vi. 383

variegatus, vi. 383. 387

varius, vi.381. 383

violaceus, vi. 376

virescens, vi. 383

viridi olivaceus, vi. 382

viridis, vi. 381

viscivorus, vi. 384. 524

volitans, vi. 369

Wilsonii, vi. 386

Turkey, viii. 154

common, viii. 16

Honduras, viii. 163

horned, viii. 31

marail, viii. 9

Turkies, viii. 16

wild, viii. 16

Turnix, viii. 62. 268

Africanus, viii. 62

Dussumier's, viii. 65

maculatus, viii. 63

white-spotted, viii. 63

Turtle, African, viii. 83

blue-headed, viii. 73

Cambayan, viii. 84

Chinese, viii. 77

collared, viii. 77. 290

common, viii. 77

green, viii. 82

Javan, viii. 81

Luzonian, viii. 77

Malacca, viii. 85

Malabar, viii. 85

red-breasted, viii. 74

spotted-necked, viii. 77. 290

striated, viii. 62

Surat, viii. 84

Surinam, viii. 90

white, viii. 85

Tutre, vii. 407

Tuyuyu-guazo, viii. 607

Twit, vii. 387

Tyranula, viii. 681

afflnis, vi. 349

barbiroatris, vi. 349

musica, vi. 360

nigricans, vi. 349

obscura, vi. 349

pallida, vi. 349; viii. 682

Tyrannus, vi. 318; viii. 681

albicollis, vi. 322

ambulans, ri. 821

atricapillus, vi. 272. 323

bellicosus, vi. 321

bellulus, vi. 319

calcaratus, vi. 321

carnivorus, vi. 320

Cayanensis, vi. 320

coronatus, vi. 325

crassirostris, vi. 323

cradelis, vi. 324

Dominicanus, vi. 327

griseus, vi. 324

intrepidus, vi. 323

irritabilis, vi. 320

irupero, vi. 326

leucotis, vi. 324

longipennis, vi. 319

magnanimus, vi. 320

matutinus, vi. 324

melancholicus, vi. 819

pentaveo, vi. 320

pepoasa, vi. 322

pipiri, vi. 323

pyrrhophaius, vi. 321

rixosus, vi. 321

rafescens, vi. 321

rufiventris, vi. 323

rufus, vi. 321

Savanna, vi. 319

solitarius, vi. 32

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Tyrannus sulphurates, viii. 681

verticalis, vi. 324

violentus, vi. 320

vociferus, vi. 323

vorax, vi. 324

Tyrant, black and white winged, vi. 322

noisy, vi. 323

red-brown, vi. 321

spiny-footed, vi. 321

St Domingo, vi. 324

thick-billed, vi. 323

Tyrants, vi. 318. 491

bald, vi. 357

Tytira, viii. 679

Umbre, viii. 509

tufted, viii. 353. 509

Umbres, viii. 352

Upupa, vii. 379. 380

aurantia, vii. 382

Capensis, vi. 424; vii. 381

epops, vii. 380. 398

erythrorhynchos, vii. 382. 405

fusca, vii. 382

Indica, vii. 382

Madagascariensis, vi. 424

magna, vii. 382

Mexicana, vii. 382

minor, vii. 381

Papuensis, vii. 382

Paradisea, vi. 330; vii. 382

promerops, vii. 365. 381. 405

superba, vii. 382

Uria, viii. 553

Balthica, viii. 554

Brunnichii, viii. 554

Francesii, viii. 554

grylloïdes, viii. 554

lachrymans, viii. 554

Lomvia, viii. 554

Mandtii, viii. 555

marmorata, viii. 555

scapularis, viii. 554

Troile, viii. 554

Uru, viii. 59

Urubitinga, vi. 44. 236

Urucurea, vi. 79

Urutau, vii. 78. 112

Urutaurana, vi. 45

Vanga, vi. 285

destroying, vi. 286

destructor, vi. 286

striata, vi. 274

Vaginalis, viii. 416

Vaginalis alba, viii. 416

chionis, viii. 416

Vanellus, viii. 318, 319

Ægyptius, viii. 320

albicapillus, viii. 321

Cayanensis, viii. 464

cinctus, viii. 320

criatatus, viii. 319. 462

flavipea, viii. 320

gallinaceus, viii. 321. 322

lobata, viii. 322

Senegalus, viii. 465

tricolor, viii. 322

Vanneau, viii. 462

Vautour de Norwége, vi. 186

grand, vi. 15

petit, vi. 186

Vermivora, vi. 465

Vest doré, vi. 395

Vauve à épaulettes, la, vii. 150

chrysoptère, la, vii. 151

Vidua, vii. 149

longicauda, vii. 149

Vinago, viii. 93. 273

Vinette, vi. 478

Vireo flavifrons, vi. 365

musicus, vi. 356

virescens, vi. 356

rufescens, vi. 436

Viuva, vi. 827

Vouroudrions, vii. 461

Vultur, vi. 15

Ægyptius, vi. 18

Arrianus, vi. 17

atratus, vi. 21

aura, vi. 20, 21

aureus, vi. 22. 162

auricularis, vi. 17

barbarus, vi. 162. 190

barbatus, vi. 22. 162. 190

Californianus, vi. 19

chincou, vi. 16. 17

cinereus, vi. 16

cristatus, vi. 17. 42

fulvus, vi. 16

fuscus, vi. 20. 190

galericulatus, vi. 18

Gingianus, vi. 17

gryphus, vi. 19

Indicus, vi. 16

Kolbii, vi. 16

leucocephalus, vi. 20. 186

macrocephalus, vi. 164

monachus, vi. 16. 18. 162

niger, vi. 17, 18

nubicus, vi. 164

papa, vi. 18. 164

percnopterus, vi. 20. 186

Pondicerianus, vi. 17

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Vultur sacra, vi. 18. 166

serpentarius, vi. 69

trencalos, vi. 15

uruba, vi. 21

vulturinus, vi. 21

Vulture, vi. 15

Angola, vi. 17. 186. 190

Arabian, vi. 17

ashy, vi. 16

bearded, vi. 22. 190

black, vi. 16. 21. 162

black-crowned, vi. 162

brown, vi. 17

Californian, vi. 21

carrion, vi. 20

Cheriway, vi. 21

chocolate, vi. 17

cinereous, vi. 16. 162

crested, vi. 42

crested-black, vi. 16

Gingi, vi. 20

Egyptian, vi. 18. 187

fulvous, vi. 15. 160

golden, vi. 22

great of the Andes, vi. 19

Indian, vi. 15, 16

Kolben's, vi. 16

little, vi. 187

of Lambs, vi. 190

of Malta, vi. 190

of New Holland, vi. 21

of Norway, vi. 187

painted, vi. 18. 166

plaintive, vi. 21

Pondicherry, vi. 17

sociable, vi. 17. 163

tawny, vi. 21. 23

white-tailed, vi. 166

Vultures, vi. 15. 157

king of the, vi. 18. 164

Waders, viii. 293

Wagtail, Cape, vi. 477

green, vi. 475

mournful, vi. 475

pied, vi. 475

scapular, vi 448

white, vi. 475

yellow, vi. 476

yellow-headed, vi. 476

Wagtails, vi. 474; vii. 50

proper, vi. 474

white, vii. 51

yellow, vii. 54

Wallikikili, viii. 224

Walyvogels, viii. 444

Wapaw, vi. 485

Warbler, African, vi. 470

Alpine, vi. 465; vii. 35. 37. 173

aquatic, vi. 443

autumnal, vi. 458

Awatcha, vi. 464

babbling, vi. 445; vii. 34

Batavian, vi. 453

bay-breasted, vi. 456

black and white, vi. 436

black-headed, vi. 333. 445

black-jawed, vi. 447

black-necked, vi. 451

black-poll, vi. 456

black-throated, vi. 456

black-throated blue, vi. 457

Blackburnian, vi. 460

blue, vi. 440

blue-eyed yellow, vi. 460

blue green, vi. 457

blue-headed, vii. 172

blue-striped, vii. 172

blue-tailed, vi. 447

blue-throated, vi. 439; vii. 11

blue yellow-backed, vi. 459

blue winged yellow, vii. 172

bog, vi. 442

banana, vi. 463

Bourbon, vi. 449

brown, vi. 473; vii. 44

brown-throated, vi. 462

buff-faced, vi. 447

cærulean, vi. 458

Cape May, vi. 455

Cetti's, vi. 443

chestnut-bellied, vi. 447

chestnut-sided, vi. 456

China, vi. 449

chret, vi. 452

Cingalese, vi. 448

citron, vi. 452

citron-bellied, vi. 449

Connecticut, vi. 458

crested, vi. 333

Dartford, vi. 446

Daurian, vi. 447

dusky, vi. 450

dwarf, vi. 470. 471

equinoctial, vi. 451

exile, vi. 469

flaxen, vi. 469

grasshopper, vi. 443

gray, vi. 444

green and white, vi. 462

green Indian, vi. 448

golden-crest like, vi. 471

golden-winged, vii. 172

grisly, vi. 461

hang-nest, vi. 463

hawk-like, vi. 445; vii. 35

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Warbler, hemlock, vi. 456

Jamaica, vi. 462

Javan, vi. 451

Kentucky, vi. 458

Lambert's, vi. 468

long-billed, vi. 463

long-legged, vi. 452

long-tailed, vi. 467

Luzonian, vi. 436

Madagascar, vi. 449

Magellanic, vi. 461

Maurice, vi. 473

mountaineer, vi 453

mourning, vi. 459

murine, vi. 447

Nashville, vii. 172

olive, vi. 448

orange-bellied, vi. 472

orange-crowned, vii. 172

orange-headed, vi. 462

orange-rumped, vi. 469

Orpheus, vi. 444

palm, vi. 454

passerine, vi. 445; vii. 34

Patagonian, vi. 461

pensile, vi. 472

Philippine, vi. 436

pine creeping, vi. 464

pine swamp, vi. 458

pink, vi. 448

plumbeous, vi. 451

Prairie, vi. 457

protonothary, vii. 172

red-bellied, vi. 305

red-tail, vi. 440

reed, vi. 466

of the reeds, vi. 443

rufous and black, vi. 462

rufous-tailed, vi. 461

rusty-headed, vi. 461

rusty-side, vi. 452

Sarda, vi. 446

sedge, vi. 442

sibyl, vi. 437

silky, vi. 441

simple, vi. 463

sooty, vi. 436

spectacled, vi. 446

spotted, vi 443; vii. 30

spotted yellow, vi. 457

St Domingo, vi. 462

stone chat, vii. 5

subalpine, vi. 446

superb, vi. 468

taylor, vi. 450

Tenessee, vii. 172

undated, vi. 449

wheat-ear, vii. 4

white-breasted, vi. 445

Warbler, white-chinned, vi. 450

white-crowned, vi. 448

white-eyed, vi. 453

winter, vii. 87

worm-eater, vi. 462

worm-eating, vii. 172

yellow-bellied, vi. 461

yellow-poll, vi. 472

yellow-rump, vi. 454

yellow-throated, vi. 460

yellow wren, vi. 472

Warblers, vi. 434. 440. 465; vii. 3

Water-hens, viii. 411

Wattle-bird, vii. 336

Weavers, vii. 229

Wheatear, vi. 435

black-hooded, vi. 437

Rousset, vi 435

Whenchat, vi. 435

Whip-poor-Will, vii. 74. 109

Whisky John, vi. 485

white, vi. 485

Whitetail, vi. 435

White-throat, vi. 444

lesser, vi. 445

Widow Chuck Will's, vii. 74

Wigeon, American, viii. 622

Cape, viii. 624

Wimbrel, viii. 365

Woodcock, viii 367. 521

little, viii. 367

Savanna, viii. 369

Woodcracker, vii. 387

Woodpecker, vii. 509

Azara's, vii. 444

banded, vii. 451

Bengal, vii. 443

black-bearded, vii. 512

blue, vii. 387

buff-crested, vii. 441

Canada, vii. 446

cardinal, vii. 448

Carolina, vii. 447

Cayenne, vii. 448

Ceylonese, vii. 444

Chili, vii. 443

concrete, vii. 442

Crawford's, vii. 513

crimson-rumped, vii. 444

digging, vii. 451

dusty, vii. 442

encenade, vii. 447

ferruginous, vii. 445

field, vii. 448

gaudy, vii. 444

Goa, vii. 443

gold-back, vii. 444

gold-winged, vii. 451

golden-crested, vii. 448

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Woodpecker, great black, vii. 439

greater spotted, vii. 440

green, vii. 430

hairy, vii. 446

helmet, vii. 441

Lewis's, vii. 443

lineated, vii. 441

little, vii. 447

Mace's, vii. 449

Malacca, vii. 447

Manilla, vii. 444

middle spotted, vii. 440

minute, vii. 451

northern three-toed, vii. 450

passerine, vii. 445

pierced, vii. 443

pileated, vii. 441

rayed, vii. 448

red, vii. 444, 445

red-bellied, vii. 446

red-cheeked, vii 447

red-beaded, vii. 442

red-necked, vii. 442

robust, vii. 442

rufous, vii. 447

sklit, vii. 448

Sphix's white-billed, vii. 442

St. Domingo, vii. 443

strong-billed, vii. 442

supercilious, vii. 448

Surinam, vii. 445

swallow, vii. 446

white-billed, vii. 441

yellow, vii. 445

yellow-bellied, vii. 446

yellow-crested, vii. 448

yellow-headed, vii. 445

yellow-shafted, vii. 451

yellowish, vii 446

Woodpeckers, vii. 438

Worabee, vii. 132. 232

Worail, viii. 304

Wren, Buenos Ayres, vi. 474; vii. 47

Byron's golden-crested, vii. 42

common, vi. 473; vii 42

gold-crested, vi. 472; vii 39

great Carolina, vi. 474; vii. 48

house, vi. 473; vii. 44

marsh, vii. 49

reed, vi. 442; vii. 30

Wren, winter, vi. 473; vii. 44

yellow-crested, vii. 41

Wrens, vi. 471

Wryneck, vii. 452

anomalous, vii. 453

crested, vii. 452

least, vii. 452

little, vii. 453

Wrynecks, vii. 451. 513

Xanthornus, vii. 168, 169

Xenops, vii. 345. 388

Anabatoïdes, vii. 346. 388

genibarbis, vii. 346

Hoffmanseggii, vii. 346

rutilus, vii. 346

Xiuhtototl, vi. 306

Yacous, viii. 7

Yacu carraguata, viii. 129

Yacucha, viii. 10

Yahana bleu de ciel, viii. 413

Yapou, vii. 318

Yapu, vii. 166

Yellow-throat, Maryland, vi. 459

Yetapa, vi. 320

Yiperu, vi. 319

Ynambu bleuâ, viii. 68

canapé, viii. 69

rayé, viii. 67

Ynambus, viii. 66

Ypecaha, viii. 409

brun, viii. 409

noirâ, viii. 409

Yphantes, vii. 168

Yunx, vii. 451. 513

minutissima, vii. 451, 452

torquilla, vii. 452. 513

Yzguautzli, vi. 42

Zapornia, viii. 406

minuta, viii. 408

pusilla, viii. 408

Zaramagullen noir, viii. 591

Zopilote papa, vi. 164

Zosterops, vi. 453

dorsalis, vi. 453

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REPTILIA.

VOL. IX.

becaus; Letter s in this index refers to the Synopsis, of which the folios are at the foot of the pages.

ABOMA, vol. ix. 254

Abou Bars, 148

Abranchus, 410; s. 109

Alleghaniensis, s. 109

horridus, s. 109

Acanthopis, 277; s. 82

Brownii, 277; s. 82

cerastinus, 277; s. 82

Acanthosaura, s. 56

Acontias, 244; s. 76

cæcus, 245; s. 76

lineatus, s. 77

meleagris, s. 76

reticulata, s. 76

Acrochordus, 264. 396; s. 90

dubius, s. 99

fasciatus, 281 s. 99

Javensis, 264

Javanicus s. 99

Ada, 111. 203; s. 28

bicarinata, s. 29

common, s. 28

crocodilus, s. 28

double-crested, s. 29

Adder, Bordelaise, s. 262

collared, s. 261

four-striped, 262

great, 257

green and yellow, 262

viperine, 261

Adders, 256. 331

Æsping, 272

Agama, 122; s. 54

aculeata, 124

agilis, s. 58

Aralensis, s. 56

arenaria, s. 58

armata, s. 56

atra, 124; s. 57

Agama azurea, vol. ix; s. 42

barbata, 122; s. 60

brevicaudata, s. 42

calotes, s. 56

catenata, 127; s. 40

collaris, s. 31

colonorum, 123. 216

cornuta, 124. 217; s. 45

cristatella, 127; s. 55

cristata, 127; s. 55

cyclura, 126; s. 42. 43

deserta, s. 58

dorsalis, s. 56

Douglassii, s. 44

flavigularis, s. 55

gigantea, 128

grandoculis, s. 60

gutturosa, 127; s. 56

Indica, s. 55

isodactyla, s. 58

Jacksoniensis, s. 69

minor, s. 55

Molinaii, s. 47

nigricollis, s. 41. 43

nigrocollaris, 126

occipitalis, s. 56

ocellata, s. 59

ophiomachus, 127

orbicularis, s. 57, 58

picta, 127; s. 40

platura, s. 52

plica, s. 41

Pondiceriana, s. 57

ruderata, s. 58

semitæniata, s. 41

sinuate, s. 58

spinosa, 216; s. 57

straminea, s. 58

subepinosa, s. 57

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Agama taraguira, vol. ix; s. 41

tigrina, s. 55

tuberculata, 136; s. 41. 56

umbra, 124; s. 41

undulata, 126; s. 43

versicolor, s. 55

vultuosa, 127; s 56

Agama, Aral, s. 58

Cape,s. 57

common, 122; s. 57

muricated, 123

mutable, s. 58

obsoletely-crested, s. 56

occipital, s. 56

ocellated, 122

Ruppel's, s. 58

sand, s. 58

slender, s. 58

tubercular, s. 56

yellow-striped, s. 57

Agamæ, 215

orbiculariæ 124

Agame arlequiné, 127

àpierreries, 124

à queue prenante, 129

ponetué, 151

Ahætula 259; s. 93

Linnei, s. 93

liocercus, s. 93

periophthalmica, s. 93

Richardi, s. 93

Aispysure, 280

Alecto, s. 79

Alygyra, 117 s 35

Cuyieri, s. 35

common, s. 35

Alligator, 105; s. 21

lucius, s. 21

palpebrosus, s. 21

sclerops, s. 21

eye-browed, s. 21

pike-muzzled, s. 21

spectacled, s. 21

Amblicephalus, s. 94

carinatus, s. 94

coccineus, s. 94

levis, s. 94

mikani, s. 94

Nattereri, s. 94

Amblyrhynchus, s. 37

ater, s. 37

cristatus, 133; s. 37

Ameiva, 113. 205; s. 29

argus, 114; s. 29

cæruleocephala, 114; s. 30

collaris, s. 31

cyanomelas, s. 30

lateristriga, 114; s. 30

lemniscata, 114; s. 30

Ameiva litterata, vol. ix. 114; s. 29

tessellata, s. 30

Teyus, 114; s. 31

trilineata, s. 30

viridis, s. 31

vulgaris, s. 29

Ameiva, black marked, 205

blue, s. 30

blue and black, s. 30

blue-headed, s. 30

checkered, s. 30

collared, s. 31

green, s. 31

graphique, 114

lettered, s. 29

striped, s. 30

three-streaked, s. 30

Amphibia, s. 99

Amphipneusta, s. 107

Amphisbœna, 246. 324; s. 66

alba, 247. 325; s. 66

blana, s. 66

cæca, 247 s. 67

cinerea, s. 66

flavescens, 247: s. 66

fuliginosa, 247. 326; s. 66

oxyura, s. 66

pathyura, s. 66

punctata, 247; s. 66

vermicularis, 247; s. 66

Amphisbœna, blind, s. 67

white, 325; s. 66

Amphiuma, 411. 474; s. 109

means, 411. 474; s. 109

tridactylum, 411. 475; s. 109

Anacondo, 253

Ancistodon, s. 79

Anguis, 241, 242, 243. 306; s. 74

alba, s. 91

ater, 251; s. 75

bipes, 161; s. 74

calamaria, s. 91

clivica, 244; s. 74

corallinus, 251.327; s. 75

crocotatus, s. 77

erix, 244; s. 74

fragilis, 244. 306; s. 74

granulatus, 264

laticauda, s. 98

lineata, s. 74

lumbricalis, 248

maculatus, 251

melanosticus, s. 75

Meleagris, 245; s. 76

platurus, 280

quadrupes, 159. 240

reticulatus, 248; s. 76

rufa, s. 75

scytale, 251; s. 75

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Anguis striatus, vol ix; s. 75

tessellatus, 251; s. 75

ventralis, 243; s. 65

vermicularis, 247

syphura, 264; s. 98

Anilius, 250; s. 75

corallinus, s. 75

latta, s. 75

maculatus, s. 75

melanotis, s. 75

melaustictus, s. 75

rufas, s. 75

scytale. s. 75

Anolis, 137. 205. 227; s. 46

bimaculata, s. 46

Cuvierii,s. 46

Edwardsii, 228; s. 46

equestris, s. 46

gracilis, s. 46

lineatus, s. 46

podargicus, s. 46

punctatus,s. 46

velifer, s. 46

violaceus, s. 46

viridis,s. 46

Anolis of Carolina, 139

Cuvier's, s. 46

de terre, 158

dotted, s. 46

Edwards, s. 46

equestrian, s. 46

gigantesque, 157; s. 68

gouty, s. 46

great-crested, 138

green, s. 46

lined, s. 46

marbré, 158; s. 68

parcé, s. 68

pavé, 157

roquet, 138

slender, s. 46

small-crested, 138

striped, 139

two-spotted, s. 46

violet, s. 46

with white points, 140

Anolius, 137; s. 46

equestris, 138

gracilis, 140

Leachianus, 146

velifer, 138

viridis, 140

Aquaquetspallia, 132

Ascalabotes, 140

stenodactylus, s. 49

Aspic of Cleopatra, 275

of Egypt, 275

Aspidura brachyorrhis, s. 92

Aspis, 270; s. 83

Aspis Cleopatræ, vol. ix; s. 81

ocellata, s. 81

Asterodactylus, s. 105

Atractos, s. 91

trilineatus, s. 91

Atropos, s. 79

puniceus, s. 80

Auletris, s. 101

Axolotl, 411; s. 108

common, s. 108

Axolotls, 411

Basilisk, 226

banded, s. 45

mitred, s. 45

Basilisks, 134

Basiliscus, 134; s. 45

Americanus, s. 45

vittatus, s. 45

Bathrops, 267

Batrarians, 5

Batrachia, 5

Berus, 271; s. 81

ammodytes, s. 82

vulgaris, s. 82

Bimane wormlike, s. 66

Bipède canneé, 163

lepidopode, 160

Bipedes, 160

Bipeds, 240

Bipes, 160; s. 73. 74

anguinus, s. 74

Fraseri, s. 73

lepidopus, s. 74

lineata, s. 73

Bipea Brasilian, s. 73

Cape, s. 74

Fraser's, s. 73

New Holland, s. 73

Blindworm American, s. 74

common, s. 74

Otto's, s. 74

Boa, 251.327; s. 96

aculeata, s. 82

albicans, 257

amethystine, 257

anacondo, 253; s. 96

Antarctica, s. 82

aquadca, 253; s. 96

canina, 254; s. 96

carinata, 255; s. 97

castanea, 257

cenchris, 253; s. 96

cenchrya, 254; s. 96

conica, s. 97

constrictor, 253; s. 96

contortrix, s. 85

elegans, 254; s. 97

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Boa empereur, vol. ix. 253; s. 96

fasciata, 279

hipnale, 254; s. 96

horatta, 278; s. 82

bortulana, 254; s. 96

krait, s. 82

latotecta,s. 95

lateristriga, s. 96

lineata, 279

Merremil, 254

murina, 253; s. 96

mutus, s. 79

ocellata, 255; s. 97

orbiculata, 257; s. 97

ordinata, 257

ornata, s. 97

palpebrosa, 277; s. 82

porcaria, s. 85

regia, s. 97

reticulata, 257; s. 97

rhombeata, 257; s. 97

scytale, 253; s. 96

Tartarica, s. 98

viperina, 255; s. 97

Boas, 251

Boicininga, 345

Boiquira, 345

Bojobi, 253

Bombina obstetricans, s. 103

Bombinator, 402; s. 104

Daudini,s. 104

igneus, s. 104

Bong bleu, 279

Bongare à anneaux, 279

Boodroopam, 269

Bora, 257; s. 97

Bothrops, s. 79

furia, s. 79

leucostigma, s. 79

leucurus, s. 80

Megæra, s. 79

suruacea, s. 79

tæniatus, s. 79

Brachycephalus, 403; s. 104

Brachylopus, 129; s. 37

fasciatus, s. 37

Brachyorrhos, s. 91

albus, s. 91

badius, s. 91

brachyurus, s. 91

decussatus, s. 91

dimidiatus, s. 91

flammigerus, s. 91

Kuhlii, s. 91

schach, s. 91

torquatus, s. 91

trilineatus, s. 91

Brachypus, 162; s. 66

abdominalis, s. 66

Brachypu, common, vol. ix; s. 66

Breviceps, 403; s. 104

albifrons, s. 104

gibtosus, s. 104

globosus, s. 104

granosus, s. 104

Surinamensis, s. 104

marmoratus, s. 104

Brodro pam, s. 80

Bronchocela, s. 55

Bufo, 398. 451; s. 102

acutirostris, 402; s. 103

agua, 402; s. 103

albifirons, s. 104. 403

Bengalensis, 402; s. 103

bombina, 402

calamita, 461; s. 103

chlorogaster, s. 103

cinereus, s. 102

cinctus, 402; s. 103

clamosus, s. 103

cognatus, s. 103

cruciatus, s. 103

cyanophlyctis, s. 100

ephippium, s. 104

flaviventris, s. 103

fuscus, s. 103. 399

gibbosus, 403; s. 104

globulosus, 403; s. 104

granulosus, 402; s. 103

ictericus, 401 s. 103

levis, s. 104

Lazarus, 401; s. 103

maculiventris, 401; s. 103

margaritiferus, s. 104

marinus, s. 103

melanostrictus, s. 103

musicus, 402. 463; s. 103

nasicus, 402

nasutus, 402

obstetricans, 400. 462; s. 103

Palmarum, 401

prætextatus, s. 103

proboscideus, 402; s. 103

pustulosus, s. 103

Roeselii, s. 103

roseus, s. 103

rudibunda, s. 100

salsus, s. 103

scaber, 401; s. 103

Schreberianus, s. 103

semilineatus, 402; s. 103

spinosus, 462

sitibundus, s. 103

stellatus, 401; s. 103

variabilis, s. 103

ventricosus, 402; s. 104

viridis, s. 103

vulgaris, s. 103

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Bumbos, vol. ix. 193

Bungari, 279

Bungarum pamma, 279

Bungarus, 259. 279. 385; s. 95

annularis, s. 95

cæruleus, s. 95

filiformis, 259; s. 93

filum, s. 94

semifasciatus, s. 95

Cæcilia, 281.386; s. 109, 110

albiventris, 283; s. 110

annulata, 283, 284; s. 110

bivittats, 284; s. 110

glutinosa, 284; s. 110

hypocyana, s. 110

interrupta, 283; s. 110

lumbrlcoïdes, 284; s. 110

nasuta, s. 110

rostrata, 284; s. 110

tentaculata, s. 110

Cæcilia, annulated, 283

bearded, s. 110

glutinous, 284; s. 110

interrupted-ringed, s. 110

Javanese, s. 110

ringed, s. 110

sharp-nosed, s. 110

tentaculated, 283

two-banded, s. 110

wormlike, s. 110

Caiman, 105

Calamaria, s. s. 91

Calamita, 396; s. 101

bilineatus, s. 101

boans, s. 101

Carolinensis, s. 102

cinerea, s. 101. 102

maximus, s. 101

melanorabdotus, s. 102

Surinamensis, s. 102

Caliscertula, 211

Calotes, 126; s. 55

gutturosa, s. 56

lepidogaster, 127; s. 56

ophiomachbus, s. 55

Tiedemanni, s. 55

tympanistra, s. 56

Calotes, armed, s. 56

blue, s. 55

common, s. 55

Indian, s. 55

Kuhl's, s. 56

long-legged, s. 56

smaller, s. 55

Cameleo trapes, 153

Cameleonians, 152

Caretta nasicornis, vol. ix; s. 21

Cascavela, 345

Catapbracta, s. 2

Caudisona, 267; s. 78

Causus, s. 83

Cayman, s. 21

pike-muzzled, 106. 197

spectacled, 105. 198

with osseous-eyelids, 107. 200

Caymans, 105. 196

Cecella, 159

Cenchris, 255; s. 79. 97

mockeson, s. 79

ocellatus, s. 97

regia, s. 97

Centropyx, 115

intermediate, s. 31

spurred, s. 31

striated, s. 31

Cerapes carinata, s. 92

Cerastes, 271; s. 81

plicatus, s. 96

Ceratophris, 395

Ceratophys, s. 101

boiei, s. 101. 104

clypeata, 395; s. 101

cornuta, s. 101

Daudini, 395

dorsata, 395; 101

grmnosa, 395; s. 101

granulata, s. 104

montana, s. 101

scutata, s. 101

Spixii, 395; s. 101

varius, 395; s. 101

Cerberus, 257

Chalcide, 162; s. 66

monodactyle, 162

Chalcides flavescens, s. 66

monodactylus, 162; s. 66

tridactylus, s. 66

sygnis, s. 72

Chalcides, 161. 240; s. 65

annulated, s. 66

common, s. 65

Chalcis, 162; s. 66

Chamæleopsis, s. 45

Hernandesii, s. 45

Chamæsaura, 160; s. 73

cophias, 162; s. 66

propus, 163; s. 66

Chamelion, 232

dwarf, 154

of Molucca, with forked nose, 155

of Senegal, 154

Chameleons, 152

Chameleo, 152

bifidus, s. 54

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Chameleo bifurcus, vol. ix. 155. 237; s. 45

bilobus, 155; s. 53

Brookesii, s. 53

cariuatus, 153

cucullatus, s. 54

dilepis, 155.237; s. 53

fimbriatus, s. 53

gymnocephalus, s. 53

lateralis, s. 53

margaritaceus, 154; s. 53

monilifer, s. 53

Owenii, s. 54

pardalis, 154; s. 53

Parsonii, 155; s. 54

planiceps, 154; s. 53

pinnulus, 154

pumillus, s. 53

Seichellensis, 154

Senegalensia, s. 53

aubcroceus, 153

superciliaris, s. 53

tigris, 153; s. 53

verrucosus, 154; s. 53

vulgaris, s. 53

Chameleon, s. 52

banded, s. 53

Brookesii, s. 53

Cape, s. 53

common, 153; s. 53

eared, s. 53

hooded, s. 54

panther, s. 53

Parson's, s. 54

Senegal, s. 53

streaked-sided, s. 53

three-horned, s. 54

two-horned, s. 54

Champses, 102

Chamus marmoratus, s. 104

Chelodina, 12; s. 15

longicollis, s. 15

Chelonia, 4. 14; s. 20

caretta, s. 20

coriacea, s. 20

imbricata, s. 21

lachrymata, 15; s. 20

maculosa, 15; s. 20

Mydas, s. 20

olivacea, s. 20

radiate, 16; s. 20

virgata, 16; s. 20

Chelonians, 4. 81

Chelonura, 13

Chelydes, 17

Chelydra, 13; s. 14

lacertina, s. 14

serpentina, s. 14

Chelys, 17; s. 14

Chelys Adansonii, vol. ix; s. 15

casteneus,s. 14

Cayennensis, s. 17

depressa, s. 16

Dumeriliana, s. 17

expanse, s. 17

fimbriata, s. 17

lata, s. 17

longicollis, s. 15

Macquarii, s. 15

Matamata, s. 17

planiceps, s. 16

radiolata, s. 16

rufipes, s. 16

subrufa, s. 15

viridis, s. 16

Chelys, Adanson's, s. 15

Cape, s. 15

Cayenne, s. 17

chestnut, s. 14

Demerara, s. 17

depressed, s. 16

Dumeril's, s. 17

expanded, s. 17

flat-headed, s. 16

green, s. 16

long-necked, s. 15

Macquarie's, s. 15

radiated, s. 16

red-footed, s. 16

Chersina, s. 5

angulata, s. 5

Chersine, 9

Chersydrus, 281; s. 99

granulatus, s. 99

Chirotes, 162; s. 66

Chlorosoma viridissima, s. 90

Chlamydosaurus, 217; s. 60

Chrysodonta larvæformis, 411. 474; s. 109

Chysopelea, s. 94

Paradisi, s. 94

rhodopleura, s. 94

Cicigna, 159. 240; s. 63

Burnettii, 240

Madagascariensis, s. 64

sepiformis, s. 63

Cicigna, common, s. 63

Madagascar, s. 64

smooth, s. 63

Cista sternalis, 404

Cistuda, 13. 77. 80; s. 7

Amboinensis, s. 7

Carolinæ, s. 7

Europea, s. 7

odorata, s. 13

trifasciata, s. 7

Clælia, s. 89

aurora, s. 90

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Clælia dorsata, ix. s. 90

melanocephala, s. 90

occipitalis, s. 90

Clamydosaurus, 247; s. 60

Kingii, s. 60

Clothonia, s. 98

Cobra, 270

di capello, 274. 376

Coclopeltis lacertina, s. 94

tigrina, s. 94

Colobus, 162; s. 66

Daudini, s. 66

Coluber, 256. 330; s. 85

acuminatus, s. 93

æneus, s. 96

æstivus, s. 86

Æsculapii, s. 87. 89

Africanus, s. 90

agilis, s. 89

ahætula, 259; s. 93

albus, s. 91

alvearius, s. 92

ambiguus, s. 79

ammobates, s. 88. 90

ammodytes, 271; s. 82

anastomosatus, s. 86

angulatus, s. 96

annulatus, s. 90

aspis, s. 82

atratus, 264

atriventer, s. 88, 89

atrofuscus, s. 90

atropos, s. 81

atrovirens, 262; s. 87

atrox, s. 79. 95

audax, s. 92

aulicus, s. 92

aurora, s. 90

Austriacus, 262. 335

azureus, s. 87

baliedeira, s. 91

barbarus, s. 87

berus, 270. 272. 354; s. 82

bicarinatus, s. 89

bicinctus, s. 90

bilineatus, s. 87. 91

binatus, s. 89

bitis, s. 81

boæformis, 257; 97

Boddartii, s. 90

Borealis, s. 85

bracyurus, s. 91

Bramminus, s. 86

Brasiliensis, s. 81

buccatus, s. 95

bucephalus, 259; s. 95

cacodæmon, s. 80

cæruleus, s. 94

calamaria, s. 91

Coluber cancellatus, ix. s. 88. 92

candidus, s. 95

caninana, s. 87

canus, s. 87, 88

capistratus, s. 87

capite niger, s. 90

capite triangularis, s. 80

Caracaras, 259; s. 93

carinatus, s. 89

carinicaudatus, s. 95

castaneus, s. 83

catenulatus, 260

catenularis, s. 92

Catesbii, s. 95

caudiolus, s. 90

cenchoa, s. 95

cerastes, 271; s. 81

Cerberus, 257; s. 95

chersea, 272; s. 82

cinerascens, s. 88

Clælia, s. 89

clamacophorus, s. 88

cobella, s. 90

coccineus, s. 94

compressus, s. 95

conspicillatus, s. 88

constrictor, 335; s. 85

corais, s. 87

cornutus, s. 81

coronatus, s. 87

crassicaudatus, s. 90

crucifer, s. 88; 93

cyaneus, s. 87

decorus, 259; s. 94

dictyodes, s. 90

dimidiatus, s. 91

doliatus, s. 90

domicella, s. 83

domicellarum, s. 83

dora, s. 86

dubius, s. 81

Egypticus, s. 81

elaphis, s. 87

elegans, s. 94

Epidaurius, s. 90

erythrogrammus, s. 95

erythrogaster, s. 86

Esculapii, 263

fasciolatus, s. 92

fasciatus, s. 86

flavescens, 264; s. 87

flavilineatus, s. 88

flavius, 276

formosus, s. 89

fulgidus, 260; s. 93

fuliginosus, s. 87

fuscus, s. 89

Galathea, s. 92

Gallicus, s. 93

Cuv. Index. T

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Coluber geminiatus, ix. s. 88

Geoffroyii, s. 87

getulus, s. 87

Girondicus, 262; s. 93

glaucus, s. 97

grammineus, s. 80

hæmachates, 273

haje, 274; s. 83

halys, s. 80

Hebe, s. 92

Hebriacus, s. 81

Helena, s. 88

heterodon, s. 85

hippocrepis, s. 87

hitambocia, s. 90

horridus, 263

humanus, s. 87

hybridus, s. 85

hydrus, s. 86

ibibcea, s. 94

ignobilis, s. 90

inornatus, s. 88

intumescens, s. 81

jaculatrix, 263

janthinus, 263; s. 90

Jara, s. 96

Javanicus, 257. 330; s. 97

korros, s. 88

lacertina, s. 94

lacteus, 276; s. 83

lævicollis, s. 89

lævis, s. 91

lanceolatus, s. 79

laticaudatus, 275; s. 84

Latonius, 276; s. 84

latratus, s. 83

lebetinus, s. 80

lemniscatus, 275; s. 83

leucocephalus, s. 92

leucomelas, s. 87

Lichtensteinii, s. 87

lineatus, 263; s. 90

lineolatus, s. 94

Linnæi, s. 91. 96

liocercus, s. 93

lubricus, 276; s. 84

lumbricoïdes, s. 91

lutrix, s. 89

macrorhinus, s. 92

maculosa, s. 91

malignus, s. 92

malpolon, s. 86

margaritaceus, s. 88

Maximiliana, s. 92

Megæra, s. 79

Meifrenii, s. 87

melanocephalus, s. 90

melanopis, s. 88

melanurus, s. 88

Coluber Meleagris, ix. s. 90

Meridionalis, s. 91

Merremii, s. 90

mikani, s. 94

miliaris, s. 90

minochronis, s. 87

monilis, s. 95

molurus, s. 96

multipunctata, s. 91

murorum, s. 85

Naia, 274; s. 83

nasicornis, s. 81

nasutus, 260; s. 93

natrix, 261. 333; s. 85

Nattereri, s. 94

nebulatus, s. 95

Nicandri, s. 90

Novæ Hispanicæ, s. 87

nympha, s 89

Bahaiensis, s. 87

obscurus, s. 88

octolineatus, s. 91

Olfersii, s. 87

olivaceus, s. 87

Oppelii, s. 85. 88

ordinatus, s. 86

Orientalis, s. 90

ornatus, s. 94

oxycephalus, s. 88

pæcilogyrus, s. 89

pæcilostoma, s. 86

palustris, s. 86

Parias, s. 88

parietalis, s. 86

personatus, s. 87

Peruvianus, s. 87. 95

pethola, s. 90. 92

pictus, s. 94

pileatus, s. 87

plicatus, s. 96

plumbeus, s. 87

Plutonicus, s. 87

porcatus, s. 86

porphyraceus, s. 83

prester, 273; s. 82

proximus, s. 86

pseudo-echidna, s. 85

pullatus, s. 87

punctatus, s. 87

purpurascens, s. 93

pyrrhonotus, s. 89

quadricarinatus, s. 80

radiatus, s. 88

raninus, s. 90

reginæ, 263; s. 90

reticulata, s. 91

rhabdocephalus, s. 88

rhombeatus, s. 91. 94

rufescens, s. 90

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Coluber rufulus, ix. s. 90

Russellii, s. 81. 92

Saturninus, s. 88

saurocephalus, s. 88

scalaris, s. 87

scandens, s. 94

schokari, s. 94

scurrula, s. 87

Sebæ, s. 97

serpentinus, s. 90

severus, s. 88

sexcarinatus, s. 89

sibilans, 264; s. 86. 93

Siculus, 261

simus, s. 85

stolatus, s. 86

subcinctus, s. 92

subfuscus, s. 89

subirides, s. 86

subminiatus, s. 86

Sumatranus, s. 80

Surinamensis, s. 84

tæniolatus, s. 91

trilineatus, 264

tessellatus, s. 91

Tisiphone, 268; s. 79

trabalis, s. 87, 88

trianguliferus, s. 86

triangulum, s. 87

tricolor, s. 88

trigonocephalus, s. 80

trinoculus, s. 81

triseriatus, s. 81

tristis, s. 94

trivirgatus, s. 88

typhlus, s. 90

Tyria, s. 94

variabilis, s. 86. 87

varius, s. 96

venustissima, s. 89

versicolor, s. 88

vip. nigrum, 273; s. 83

vipera, s. 81

viperinus, 261; s. 85, 86

virgulata, s. 91

viridicæruleus, s. 87

viridiflavus, s. 87

viridissimus, 263; s. 90

vittatus, s. 86

vulneratus, s. 88

Colubro uccellatore, 335

Constrictor, s. 97

Cophias, 162. 267; s. 72. 79

atrox, 269; s. 79

bilineatus, 269; s. 80

bothrops, s. 79

crotalinus, s. 79

flavescens, s. 66

furia, s. 79

Cophias hypnale, ix.s. 80

jacaraca, 269; s. 79

lanceolatus, s. 79

leucostigma, s. 79

leucurus, s. 80

Megæra, s. 79

Neuweidii, s. 79

punicea, s. 80

Russellii, s. 80

Sumatranus, s. 80

tæniatus, s. 79

tessellatus, s. 79

triangulum, s. 79

trigonocephalus, s. 80

viridis, s. 80

Wagleri, s. 80

Coralle, 254

Corallus obtusirostris, s. 97

Cordylea, 120

Cordylus, 118. 213

dorsalis, 119

griseus, 119; s. 63

lævigatus, s. 63

microlepidotus, 119

niger, 119

stellio, 214

Coronella, 260; s. 89

Austriaca, s. 93

cervina, s. 86

kotamboya, s. 90

petolaria, s. 90

pethola, s. 92

tessellata, s. 86

venustissima, s. 89

Coui, 65

Craspedocephalus, 268; s. 79

Crest-bearer, 131

Criket, Savannah, s. 100

Crocodile armed, s. 23

common, 102; s. 22

double-crested, 103, 104; s. 22

double-shielded, 105

flat-headed, s. 23

helmeted, 105

Indian, s. 22

intermediate, s. 23

lozenged, 105

of St. Domingo, 194

of the Nile, 102

rhombic, s. 22

Ruppell's, s. 22

Siam, s. 22

slender-muzzled, 104

two-shielded, s. 22

West Indian, s. 22

with armed-nape, 105

Crocodiles, 98. 102. 184

Egyptian, 190

Crocodilians, 98

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Crocodilurus, ix. 1ll

Amazonicus, 112; s. 29

ocellatus, s. 29

Crocodilus, 98; s. 21, 22

acutus, 104; s. 22

biporcatus, 103; s. 22

biscutatus, 105; s. 22

cataphractus, 105; s. 23

complanatus, 103

Cuvieri, s. 21

fissipes, 106

galeatus, 105; s. 22

Gangeticus, s. 23

intermedius, s. 23

lacunosus, 103

longirostris, 200

lucius, 106. 197; s. 21

marginatus, 103

octophractus, s. 22

palpebrosus, 107. 200; s. 21

planirostris, s. 23

punctulatus, 106

rhombifer, 105; s. 22

sclerops, 105. 198; s. 21

suchus, 103

tenuirostris, 101. 201; s. 23

trigonatus, 107; s. 21

vulgaris, s, 22

Crocodilea, 120

Crotalophorus, 267; s. 78

miliaris, s. 78

Crotalus, 266. 336; s. 78

atricaudatus, s. 78

cascavella, s. 78

Catesbii, s. 78

confluentus, s. 78

durissus, 267. 346; s. 78

Dryinus, s. 78

horridus, 267. 345; s. 78

Loeflingii, s. 78

miliaris, 267. 348; s. 78

mutus, 268; s. 79

rhombifer, s. 78

strepitans, s. 78

tergeminus, s. 78

triseriatus, s. 78

Cryptobranchus, 410

Ctenosaura, s. 37

acanthura, s. 38

armata, s. 38

Bellii, s. 38

cycluroïdes, s. 37

lanceolata, s. 38

similis, s. 38

Curuacea, s. 79

Curucu, 463

Cyclodus, s. 67

flavigularis, s. 67

Cyclura, s. 37. 39

Cyclura carinata, ix. 134; s. 39

nubila, s. 39

Shawii, s. 38

teres, s. 39

Cylindrophis, s. 75

melanotis, s. 75

resplendens, s. 75

Cynosaura, s. 62

punctata, s. 62

Cyrtodactyle, beautiful, s. 51

Brasilian, s. 52

eyed, s. 51

flat-tailed, s. 52

marbled, s. 51

Nilius's, s. 52

piping, s. 52

Cyrtodactylus, s. 51

ocellatus, s. 51

pipiens, s. 52

platura, s. 52

pulchellus, s. 51

Spixii, s. 52

Cyrtophanes, s. 55

cristatus, s. 55

Cystignathus, s. 100

mystaceus, s. 100

pachypus, s. 100

pygmæus, s. 100

Daboia, s. 81

Dactylethra, 396; s. 104

Dacypeltis scaber, s. 85

Delma, s. 73

Dendrophis, 259; s. 94

ahætula, s. 93

chaireacos, s. 94

formosa s. 94

liocercus, s. 93

maniar, s. 94

picta, s. 94

polychroa, s. 94

scandens, s. 94

tristis, s. 94

Devin, 253; s. 96

Dipsas, 259; s. 95

bucephalus, s. 95

carinata, s. 94

Catesbii, s. 95

cenchoa, s. 95

compressus, s. 95

cynodon, s. 95

dendrophila, s. 95

Drapiezii, s. 95

Indica, 259; s. 95

irregularis, s. 95

multomaculata, s. 95

nebulatus, s. 95

Savignii, s. 95

Schokari, s. 94

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Dipsas Scholtii, ix. s. 88

trigonatus, s. 95

Disteyre, 280

Distera doliatus, s. 98

Disteria valakadin, s. 99

Doryphorus, 120; s. 42

long-tailed, s. 42

short-tailed, s. 42

Dracæna, 203

Draco, s. 59

abbreviata, s. 59

fimbriatus, s. 59

fuscus, 223; s. 59

hæmatopogon, s. 59

lineatus, 222; s. 59

quinquefasciatus, s. 59

Timorensis, s. 59

viridis, s. 59

Dragon, banded, s. 59

black-pouched, s. 59

brown, 223

flying, 222

great, 112; s. 28

lined, s. 59

short-pouched, s. 59

Timor, s. 59

winged, 222

Dragonne, 111

Dragons, 98. 111. 217

Dryinus, 260; s. 93

æneus, 260; s. 93

auratus, s. 93

nasutus, s. 93

oxyrhinchus, s. 93

rostratus, s. 93

Dryophis, 260; s. 93

fulgidus, s. 93

nasutus, s. 93

panthoraria, s. 93

pavoninus, s. 93

prasina, s. 93

Russellii, s. 93

xanthozonica, s. 93

Dryophyllax Nattereri, s. 94

Duberia, 260

arctiventris, s. 89

Echidna, 270; s. 81

arietans, s. 81

cærulescens, s. 97

Echis. 255. 278; s. 82

arenicola, s. 82

krait, s. 82

carinata, s. 82

Ephimotes, 136

Eft, common, s. 106

web-footed, s. 106

El adda, 156

Elaphoïdes fusca, s. 84

Elaps, ix. 275. 384; s. 83

anguiformis, 276; s. 83

bilineatus, s. 94

bivirgata, s. 84

Boie, s. 84

Duberria, s. 89

chalybea, s. 84

coccineus, s. 84

collaris, s. 84

corallinus, s. 84

flavius, s. 84

furcatus, s. 84

fuscus, s. 83

ibaboca, s. 84

lacteus, s. 83

Latonius, s. 84

lemniscatus, 275. 384; s. 83

lutonia, s. 89

melanocephalus, s. 90

micrurus, s. 84

octolineatus, s. 91

plicatilis, s. 96

Surinamensis, 276; s. 83

triscalis, s. 90

Empereur, s. 96

Emyda, s. 19

punctata, s. 19

Emydidæ, 79

Emydosauria, s. 21

Emydosauria, 100

Emys, 11. 71; s. 6. 8

Adansonii, 12; s. 15

Amazonica, s. 17

Amboinensis, s. 7

annulifera, s. 12

barbatula, s. 17

Batagur, s. 9

Bellii, s. 12

bipunctata, s. 10

bitentaculata, s. 17

canaliculata, 12; s. 16

Carolinæ, s. 7

carunculata, 12; s. 16

Caspia, s. 9

castanea, s. 14

crassicollis, s. 8

Cayennensis, s. 17

centrata, 12

cinerea, 12

concentrica, 12; s. 11

concinna, 12

contracta, 12

constricta, s. 17

couro, s. 7

crassicollis, s. 8

decussata, 76; s. 11

depressa, 12

Dhor, s. 8

discolor, s. 16

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Emys dorsata, ix. 12; s. 10

erythrocephala, s. 17

Europea, 71; s. 7

expansa, 12; s. 17

fusca, 12

Geoffroyana, s. 16

geographica, 75; s. 12

gibba, s. 17

guttata, s. 10

Hamiltonii, s. 9

Kinosternoides, s. 12

icterocephala, s. 17

insculpta, 12

leprosa, 12

Lesueurii, s. 12

lineata, s. 9

longicollis, 12. 70

lutaria, 12. 76

lutescens, 12

Macquarii, 12; s. 15

marmores, s. 10

Maximiliana, s. 17

Muhlenbergii, s. 10

nasuta, 12

occilifera, s. 9

occipitalis, 75

odorata, 12; s. 13

olivacea, s. 15

ornata, 76; s. 12

Pennsylvanica, s. 13

picta, 73; s. 10

planiceps, 12

platicephala, 12

pseudogeographica, 12

pulchella, 12

punctata, 12

punctularia, s. 10

radiolata, s. 16

reticulata, 12; s. 11

rubriventris, 12

rugosa, s. 12

scabra, 12; s. 10

scripta, 12; s. 11

scorpoïdes, s. 13

Senegalensis, 12

serpentina, s. 14

serrata, 12. 76; s. 11

speciosa, s. 10

Spengleri, s. 8

spinosa, s. 8

stenops, s. 16

subrufa, 12

tecta, s. 9

thuryi, s. 8

tracaxa, s. 17

trifasciata, s. 7

tritentacula, 12

triporcata, s. 13

viridis, s. 16

Emys vittata, ix. s. 11

vulgaris, s. 9

Enaliosauri, s. 23

Euchydus piscator, s. 86

Engyrus, s. 97

Engystoma, 396. 403; s. 104

dorsatum, 403; s. 104

granosum, 403; s. 104

marmoratum, 403; s. 104

ovale, 403; s. 104

ovalis,

Surinamensis, 403

ventricosum, 403; s. 104

Enhydres, 264

Ephimotes, s. 41

Epicrates, s. 96

cenchria, s. 96

Epicrium, s. 110

Hasseltii, s. 110

Erpetodryas, s. 89

exoletus, s. 89

lævicollis, s. 89

Erpeton tentacule, 256

Erpetons, 256

Erythrolampus, s. 89

formosus, s. 89

Erix, 256; s. 98

Eryx anguiformis, s. 98

Braminus, 248; s. 76

jaculus, s. 98

Indica, s. 98

melanostictus, s. 75

Meleagris, s. 76

rufus, s. 75

Turcica, s. 98

Etrobenae, 166

Eublepharis, s. 49

Hardwickii, s. 49

Eubydris rhynchops, s. 95

Eumerodes, 165. 220

Eunectes, s. 96

lateristrigota, s. 96

murina, s. 96

Exypuestes, s. 29

Famo-cantrata, 149

Father of the leproay, 148

Frog, Argus, s. 100

bell, 446

blue and yellow, 397

blue tree, s. 102

bull, 394. 445

common, 393. 443; s. 100

green, 392. 442; s. 100

grunting, s. 100

land, s. 103;

paradoxical, 393

shad, 445; s. 100

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Frog spring, ix. s. 100

tinging, 307

tree, 396. 449

zebra, 397

Frogs, 380. 422

Galleywasp, 239

banded, s. 71

Bell's, s. 70

black-spotted, s. 69

common, s. 69

coppery, s. 70

double streaked, s. 70

doubled, s. 69

eyed, s. 68

fine-scaled, s. 71

five-lined, s. 69

four-lined, s. 71

Lacepede's, s. 69

large, s. 68

lateral, s. 70

many-scaled, s. 68

red-headed, s. 70

ribbon, s. 68

seven-striped, s. 69

thin-scaled, s. 71

two coloured, s. 70

Gariocephalus, s. 55

Gavial, common, s. 23

great, 200

little, 101. 201

of the Ganges, 101

Gavialis, s. 23

Gangeticus, s. 23

Gavials, 101. 200

Gecko, 144; s. 48

aculeatus, 146; s. 51

Ægyptiacus, 144

ascolobates, s. 50

fascicularis, 143. 146

guttata, s. 48

inunguis, 142; s. 47

Leachianus, s. 49

levis, 147. 229

lobatus, 148

Mabuis, 146; s. 51

Madagascariensis, s. 49

marginatus. 147

rapicauda, 148

Reevesii, s. 48

squatydus, 148

spinicauda, 230

trihedrus, s. 51

verrucosus, s. 50

verruculatus, 146

vittatus, s. 49

Gecko, American, s. 48

annulaire, s. 48

Gecko annulated, ix. s. 48

à queue épineuse, 147

à tubercules trièdres, 147

banded, 144; s. 49

cepedian, 143

Chinese, s. 48

common, s. 48

fasciculated, s. 48

fringed, 149

Hardwicke's, s. 49

Horsfield's, s. 49

house, 148. 231

Leach's, s. 49

Mabuia, s. 51

Madagascar, s. 49

Peruvian, 149

porphyré, 150

sarroube, s. 50

smooth, 147. 229

spitting-banded, 150

of Surinam, 148

tuberculous, 119

wall, 143. 229

warty, s. 50

Geckos, 228. 140

Geckotians, 140

Geckotte, 119. 143

Geitje, 229

Gemmatophora, s. 59

barbata, s. 60

muricata, s. 60

Gemmatophore bearded, s. 60

muricated, s. 60

Geosaurus, 140

Gerrhonote, blue, s. 64

Burnet's, s. 64

Depp's, s. 64

imbricate, s. 64

retired, s. 64

rough-necked, s. 64

smooth-headed, s. 65

Gerrhonotus Burnettii, s. 64

cæruleus, s. 64

Deppii, s. 64

leiocephalus, s. 65

imbricatus, s. 64

rudicollis, s. 64

tæniatus, s. 64

Gerrhosaurus, s. 63

flavigularis, s. 63

Goitreux, 114

Gonocephala, 128

Gonyodactylus, s. 51

marmoratus, s. 51

Gonyosoma viride, s. 88

Gongylophis, s. 97

Guana, allied, s. 38

armed, s. 38

banded, s. 37

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Guana, Bell's, ix. s. 38

black, s. 37

clouded, s. 39

common, s. 36

cycluroid, s. 3L

keeled, s. 39

lancet-toothed, s. 38

rough-headed, s. 37

round, s. 39

smooth-necked, s. 37

spiny-tailed, s. 38

Gymnodactylus, 151; s. 51

geckoïdes, 151; s. 52

Gymnotholamus, s. 71

quadrilineatus, s. 71

Gyrinus, s. 108

Hæmacates, s. 83

Hardun, 120

Haje, 274. 376

Hellbender, 410

large, s. 109

Hemidactyle, margined, s. 51

Hemidactylus, 146; s. 50

granosus, s. 51

marginatus, s. 51

Hemiphractus Spixii, s. 101

Herpeton, s. 99

tentaculatus, s. 99

Herpotodryas, s. 89

Heterodactyle Spix's, s. 66

Heterodactylus, s. 66

imbricatus, 162; s. 66

Heterodermata, 286

Heterodon, 258; s. 85

nasua, s. 85

platyrhynchos, s. 85

simus, s. 85

noirâtre, 258

tacheté, 258

Hognose, 258

Holoderma, s. 28

horridum, s. 28

Homalopsis, 260; s. 95

asperus, s. 96

carinicaudatus, s. 95

erythrogrammicus, s. 95

Jara, s. 96

moluroides, s. 96

obtusatus, 257; s. 95

plumbea, s. 96

rhynchops, s. 95

Homalosoma arctiventris, s. 89

punctatum, s. 89

Homodermata, 286

Horatta, 278

Hurria, 258; s. 89

carinata, s. 92

Hurria bilineata, ix. s. 89

nympha, s. 89

pseudotriga, s. 95

Hyalinus, s. 65

Hydochthon, s. 108

Hydras 279

Hydraspis, 12. 76

Adansonii. s. 15

Cayennensis, s. 17

depressa, s. 16

Dumerilliana, s. 17

expansa, s. 17

lata, s. 17

Macquarii, s. 15

pachyura, s. 17

planiceps, s. 16

radiolata, s. 16

rufipes, s. 16

subrufa, s. 15

viridis, s. 16

Hydrophis, 279, 280. 385; s. 98

chloris, 386

melanurus, 386

nigrocinctus, 386

obscurus, 386

Hydras, 279. 280. 385; s. 98

atricapillus, s. 98

bicolor, 280

Brugmansii, s. 98

cærulescens, s. 98

carinatus, s. 99

chloris, s. 98

cinereus, s. 95

colubrinus, 276; s. 84

curtus, 280; s. 99

cyanocinctus, s. 96

doliatus, s. 98

fasciatus. s. 99

gracilis, s. 98

lævis, s. 98

lanceolatus, s. 98

leiolepis, s. 98

major, 280; s. 98

melanurus, s. 99

nigrocinctus, s. 98

obscurus, s. 98

palustris, s. 86

piscator, s. 86

platura, s. 98

rhynchops, s. 95

schistosus, s. 98

Shawii, s. 98

spiralis, 280. 386; s. 98

striatus, s. 98

Hyla, 396; s. 101

abbreviata, 398; s. 102

affinis, 397; s. 102

albomarginata, 397; s. 102

arborea, s. 101

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Hyla aurantiaca, ix. s. 102

bicolor, 397; s. 101

bifasciata, s. 102

bilineata, 397; s. 101

Blochii, s. 101

boans, s. 101, 102

breviata, s. 102

buffonia, 397; s. 102

bufonoïdes, s. 102

centripoda, s. 102

cinerascens, 397; s. 102

cyanea, 398; s. 102

delitescens, s. 102

erythropoda, s. 102

femoralis, 397; s. 102

frontalis, 397; s. 102

Gaimardii, s. 102

geographies, 397; s. 102

hypochondrialis, s. 102

Indica, s. 101

intermixta, s. 102

lactea, s. 102

lateralis, 397. 449; s. 102

Leschenaultii, s. 101

leucophyllata, s. 102

marmorata, 397; s. 101

oculata, 397

ocularis, s. 102

palmata, 397; s. 101

papillaris, 397; s. 102

pardalis, 397; s. 102

Peronii, s. 101

pulchra, s. 101

Quoyii, s. 102

ranæformis, s. 101

rubeola, s. 102

ruber, s. 102

scelaton, s. 102

Scychellerii, s. 101

Seurii, s. 102

squirella, 398; s. 102

Surinamensis, s. 102

tibiatrix, 450; s. 102

tibiceus, 397

tinctoria, 450; s. 101

trivittata, 398; s. 102

variegata, s. 102

venulosa, 397; s. 101

vermicularia, s. 101

verrucosa, 397; s. 102

violacepoda, s. 102

viridifusca, s. 101

viridis, s. 102

Hylæ, 448

Hypochton, 412

Ichthyophis, s. 110

Ichthyosaurus, 164; s. 23

Cuv. Index.

Ichthyosaurus communis, ix. s. 23

grandipes, s. 24

intermedius, s. 24

latifrons, s. 24

platydon, s. 24

tenuirostris, s. 24

Iguana, 131. 223

acanthura, s. 38

armata, s. 38

atra, s. 37

Belli, s. 38

cærulea, 225; s. 36

carinata, s. 39

cornuta, 133; s. 36

cristata, s. 37

cyclura, 133; s. 39

cycluroïdes, s. 37

delicatissima, 133; s. 37

emarginata, s. 36

fasciata, 225; s. 37

gutturosa, s. 56

lanceolata, s. 38

lophyroïdes, s. 36

nubila, s. 39

nudicollis, 133; s. 37

similis, s. 38

squamosa, s. 36

teres, s. 39

tuberculata, 131; s. 36

viridis, s. 36

Iguana, banded, 129

common American, 131. 223

horned, 133, 226

mud, s. 108

slate coloured, 432. 225

with armed-tail, 133

with armed-neck, 133

Iguane goitreux, 139

Iguanians, 117. 140. 213

Iguanodon, 140

Ilysia, 250; s. 75

rufa, s. 75

Istiurus, 130

Jacaratinga moschifer, 107

Jacaré, 199

Jurura, 68

Kalo-shouter-sun, 386

Katla tutta, s. 92

Kentropyx, s. 31

calcaratus, s. 31

intermedius, s. 31

striatua, s. 31

Keril patee, 386

Kinixys, 11. 69; s. 6

Belliana, s. 6

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Kinixys castanea, ix. 69; s. 6

erosa, s. 6

homeana, s. 6

Kinosternon, 13. 77. 79; s. 13

Amboinense, 79

brevicaudatum, 79

longicaudatum, 79; s. 13

nigricans, 79

odoratum, s. 13

Pennsylvanicum, 79; s. 13

scorpoïdes, s. 13

Shawianus, 79; s. 13

triporcatum, s. 13

Kinosternon musky, s. 13

Pennsylvanian, s. 13

three-keeled, s. 13

three-ridged, s. 13

Koscordylos, 120

L'Atropos, 270

La Bossue, s. 101

La Brazilienne, 270

La Daboré, 270

L'Elégant, 254

La Rouge, s. 102

La Vipère élégante, 270

Lacerta, s. 31

acanthura, s. 38

Africana, 153; s. 53

agilis, 116. 208. 211

alegyra, 117; s. 35

Amboinensis, 131

Ameiva, 114. 205; s. 29

anguina, 160; s. 73

apoda, 242; s. 65

arenicola, 116

Argus, 116; s. 26

arguta, s. 34

aurita, s. 58

azurea, s. 42

Basiliscus, 134; s. 45

bicarinata, 112. 204; s. 29

bilineata, 116; s. 32

bimaculata, 138; s. 46

bipes, 161; s. 74

bivittata, 110

Boscii, s. 34

bosquien, 116

bullaris, 138, 139. 227

calotes, 127; s. 55

Capensis, 109; s. 27

caudiverbera, 149; s. 50

caudavolvula, s. 59

chalcides, 159

chameleon, 154

cordylus, 119; s. 63

crocodilus, 102

cruenta, s. 34

Lacerta Cuvieri, ix. s. 35

cyprius 157

dracæna, 111; s. 26

Dugesii, s. 33

Dumerillii, s. 33

Edwardsiana, s. 33

exanthematica, 111; s. 26

facetanus, 143. 229

fasciata, s. 43. 69

fusca, s. 32

Gangetica, 101

gecko, 148. 231; s. 48

geitje, 229

grammica, s. 35

guttata, 129; s. 59

guttulata, s. 34

gutturosa, s. 30

Hispanicus, s. 35

homalocephala, 145; s. 49

hyacinthina, s. 43

iguana, 131. 223

Jamaicensis, s. 32

Javanica, s. 60

Knoxii, s. 34

Lalandii, s. 32

lemniscata, 114; s. 30

lepida, s. 32

Leschenaultii, s. 35

litterata, 205

lineata, s. 71

lobata, s. 58

lophura, s. 60

lumbricoïdes, 163; s. 66

marmorata, 135; s. 47

monitor, s. 27

monodactyla, 160; s. 73

montanus, s. 35

muralis, s. 32

muricata, 123; s. 60

mystacea, s. 58

nebulosa, 217; s. 39

Nilotica, 109; s. 27

occidua, 157. 239; s. 69

ocellata, 116. 208; s. 32

Olivieri, s. 33

orbicularis, 124. 216

pardalis, s. 34

pipiens, s. 52

platura, 151; s. 52

plica, s. 41

pumila, 154

quadrilineata, s. 71

quinquelineata, 115; s. 69

rapicauda, 147

rhombica, s. 32

rubropunctata, s. 34

salamandra, 406; s. 105

sanguinolenta, s. 58

Savignii, s. 33

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Lacerta Schreibersiana, ix. s. 32

scincoïdes, 158; s. 67

scincus, 110. 156

scutata, 128; s. 54

scutellata, s. 33

sepium, 116

seps, 162: s. 63

sericea, 116

serpens, 159; s. 72

sputator, 230; s. 52

stellio, 120. 214; s. 57

stirpium, 210

strenuosa, 139

striata, s. 31

strumosa, s. 46

superciliosa, 134

tæniolata, s. 68

Teguixin, 113; s. 29

terrestris, 116

tetradactyla, 162; s. 65

Teyou, s. 31

tiliguerta, 211

tuberculata, 224

Turcica, s. 50

Uralensis, 129; s. 59

varia, 110; s. 25

variabilis, s. 34

velox, 116; s. 34

viridis, 116. 209; s. 32

viridula, 211

vittata, 144

vivipara, s. 32

Lacertians, 107. 201

Lachesia, s. 79

mutus, s. 79

rhombeata, 269; s. 79

Lagarto, 105

Langaha, 278

Le geleote, s. 56

Lecolepis, s. 62

guttatolineatus, s. 62

guttatus, s. 62

maculatus, s. 62

Leiocephalus, s. 42

carinatus, s. 42

Leiocephalus, keeled, s. 42

Leiolepis, 125

guttatus, 125

Leioseloma obscura, s. 98

Lepidosoma, s. 71

Leposoma, 126

Leposternons, 247

Leposternon, s. 67

microcephalus, 247; s. 67

oxyrhynchus, s. 67

Leposternon dotted, s. 67

sharp-nosed, s. 67

Leptophis, s. 93

mancas, s. 94

Leyoselasme, ix. 280

Liophis, s. 89

Fosteri, s. 90

miliaria, s. 90

pœcilogyrus, s. 89

reginæ, s. 90

Lizard, Bose's, s. 34

Cape, s. 32

clouded, s. 39

common toad, s. 45

Douglas' toad, s. 44

Duges', s. 33

Dumeril's, s. 33

Edwards', s. 33

eyed, s. 32

frilled, s. 60

gentil, 116

of Gibraltar, 210

grammic, s. 35

great green, 116. 208

green, s. 32

horned toad, s. 45

of Jamaica, 201

Indian, s. 35

Knox's, s. 34

mountain, s. 35

nimble, 211

Olivier's, s. 33

orbicular, s. 45

orbicular-toad, s. 45

of the Pandang, 144

panther, s. 34

red-spotted, s. 34

Savigny's, s. 33

scaly, 211

Schreibers', s. 32

scutated, s. 54

serpent, 160

shielded, s. 33

Spanish, s. 35

spotted, s. 34

spotted green, 209

striped, 115

Ural toad, s. 59

variable, s. 34

wall, s. 32

Lizardet, 112. 204

Lizards, 5. 98. 115. 206

Lophura, 130; s. 60

Amboinensis, s. 60

concinna, s. 61

Cuvieri, s. 60

Lesueuri, s. 60

Lophura, beautiful, s. 61

Lophyrus, 127

agamoïdes, 217; s. 41

albomaxillaris, 127; s. 40

auronitens, 127

gigas, s. 55

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Lophyrus Kuhlii, ix. s. 55

Margaritaceus, 127; s. 40

ochrocollaris, 127; s. 40

panthera, 127; s. 40

rhombifer, 127; s. 40

xiphurus, 134; s. 40

Lophyrus with forked-casque, 128

Loricata, 100. 164

Luchensis, 269

Lycodon, s. 91

aulicus, s. 92

capucinus, s. 92

fuliginosus, s. 92

Galathea, s. 92

Hebe, s. 92

leucocephalus, s. 92

macrorhinus, s. 92

malignus, s. 92

pethola, s. 92

Russellii, s. 92

subcinctus, s. 92

unicolor, s. 92

Lygosoma, 159; s. 71

aurata, s. 72

punctata, s. 71

scincoïdes, s. 72

serpens, s. 72

Lygosoma, dotted, s. 71

golden, s. 72

short-footed, s. 71

Lyriocephala, 128; s. 54

Margaritaceus, 128

Maboina, 156. 158

Mabouia, 239

des Bananiera, 147

des Murailles, 146

Mabuia, 150

Macrosoma elegans, s. 93

Malpolon, 260

Marble, common, s. 47

Mastigura, s. 61

Matamata, 17

Brazilian, s. 17

Megæra, s. 79

Megalophrys montana, s. 101

Megalosaurus, 140

Menobranchus, 412; s. 108

Lacepedii, s. 108

lateralis, 412; s. 108

Menobranchus Lacépède's, s. 108

Say's, s. 108

Menopoma, 410. 475

Alleghaniensis, s. 109

Metaxa, s. 87

Microps unicolor, s. 104

Micruri, 276

Micrurus Spixi, s. 84

Mokeson, ix. 258

Molge, s. 106

gigantea, s. 109

glutinosa, s. 106

tridactylus, s. 105

Monitor, s. 25

albogularis, 109; s. 28

Bengalensis, 111; s. 26

bivittatus, s. 25

chlorostigma, s. 26

crocodilurus, 112. 203

exanthematica, s. 26

flavescens, s. 25

heraldicus, s. 27

marmoratus, 111

nebulosus, s. 27

nigricans, 111

Niloticus, s. 27

ocellatus, s. 25

ornatus, 109; s. 27

pulcher, 202; s. 27

scincus, s. 27

Timorensis, s. 26

varius, s. 25

viridis, s. 26

Monitor, brown spotted, s. 26

clouded, s. 27

of Congo, 202

double-banded, 110

of Egypt, 110

elegant, s. 26

eyed, s. 25

green, s. 26

green spotted, s. 26

heraldic, s. 27

laced, s. 25

land, 202

of the Nile, 109. 202; s. 27

ornamented, s. 27

Timor, s. 26

two-banded, s. 25

varied, s. 27

yellowish, s. 25

Monitors, 108. 201

Monodactyle, Anguine, s. 73

Monodactylus, s. 73

Monoxillo, horrid, s. 28

Mosasaurus, 140

Muræna, s. 108

Mutabilia, s. 99

Naia, 273; s. 82

hæmachates, s. 83

haje, s. 83

latratus, s. 83

nivea, s. 83

rhombeata, s. 83

spectatrix, s. 83

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Naia tricuspidans, ix. s. 83

tripudians, 274

Natrix ahætula, s. 93

alamensis, s. 90

aspera, s. 96

aulica, s. 92

bicarinatus s. 89

bivittatus, s. 86

cherscoïdes, s. 86

chiametla, s. 90

cinnamomea, s. 89

exoleta, s. 89

Forsteri, s. 90

lappiata, s. 92

occipitalis, s. 90

ocellata, s. 86

punctatissima, s. 94

sculpture, s. 86

scurrula, s. 87

semilinea, s. 90

Necturus, s. 108

Oligdonon, 260

Oligodon, s. 88

atriventus, s. 88

bitorquatus, s. 88

punctatus, s. 89

Ophidia, 5

Ophidians, 5. 241

Ophidii, s. 78

Ophiodes Gronovii, s. 73

Ophiorhyza mungos, 274

Ophiosauri, s. 62

Ophiosaurus, 243

Ophiosaurus, s. 65

punctatus, 243; s. 65

striatulus, 243; s. 65

ventralis, 243; s. 65

Ophis, 273; s. 83 88

Merremii, s. 83

subcinctus, s. 92

Ophoïdes, s. 73

Ophrias, 277; s. 82

acanthopis, s. 82

Ophryessa, 134; s. 39

Ophyessa, s. 39

azurea, s. 42

Braziliensis, s. 40

brevicaudatus, s. 42

Margaritaceus, s. 40

picta, s. 40

plica, s. 41

rhombifer, s. 40

superciliosa, s. 40

Ophyessa Brazilian, s. 40

lozenge, s. 40

painted, s. 40

pearly, s. 40

sword-tailed, s. 40

Ophyessa umber, ix. s. 41

Oplocephali, 277

Cuvieri, s. 84

Oplurus, 136; s. 41

torquatus, 137; s. 41

Otilopha, s. 103

ocellata, s. 104

typhonia, s. 103

Otilophes, 403

Ouaren, 109. 202

el hard, 110

Oular caron, 264

limpé, 281

Ouren grey, s. 27

white-throated, s. 28

Oxybelis, s. 93

æneus, s. 93

Oxyrhopus annulatus, s. 90

pethola, s. 91

Oxyrhynchus, 402; s. 103

Padani cootoo, s. 97

Paludicola albifrons, s. 104

Pareas, s. 94

Passericki, s. 93

Passerita, 260; s. 93

Pedda-poda, 257; s. 97

Pelamides, 279. 280

Pelamis, s. 98

bicolor, s. 98

carinatus, s. 99

curtus, s. 99

fasciatus, s. 99

gracilis, s. 96

Lindsayi, s. 99

melanurus, s. 99

ornatus, s. 98

Rupelii, s. 99

Valakadin, s. 99

Pelias, 272; s. 82

berus, 272; s. 82

chersea, s. 82

niger, s. 79. 81

Pelobates fuscus, s. 103

Pareas carinata, s. 94

Periops hippocrepis, s. 87

Phanerobranchus, s. 108

Phelsuma, 143; s. 47

Philodryas Olfersii, s. 87

Pbrynocephale, eared, s. 58

eyed, s. 59

Pallas's, s. 59

Phrynocephalus, 129; s. 58

auritus, s. 58

caudevolvula, s. 59

ocellatus, s. 59

Uralensis, s. 59

Phrynosoma, s. 44

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Phrynosoma Buffonium, ix. s. 45

cornuta, s. 45

Douglassii, s. 44

orbiculare, s. 45

Phyllodactylus, s. 50

marmoratus, s. 49

pulchellus, s. 50

Phyllomedusa, s. 101

Phyllhydrus, s. 108

pisciformis, s. 108

Phyllurus, 151; s. 52

Cuvieri, s. 52

Nilii, s. 52

Physalamis Cuvieri, s. 104

Physignathus, 130

Cocin Cinus, 130

concinnus, s. 61

iguanoides, s. 61

Pipa, 403, 463; s. 105

Bufonia, 396; s. 104

curururu, 404; s. 105

lævis, 396; s. 104

Pipa, common, s. 105

of Surinam, 463

Plica, s. 40

Platuri, 276

Platurus, s. 84

fasciatus, s. 84

laticaudatus, s. 84

semifasciatus, s. 84

Platydactyle cepedian, s. 47

clawless, s. 47

eyed, s. 47

ornamented, s. 48

Platydactylus, 142; s. 47

Ægyptiacus, s. 48

Americanus, s. 48

cepedianus, s.47

fascicularis, s. 48

ocellatus, s. 47

ornatus, s. 48

Pleurodeles, s. 106

Plesiosaurus, 164; s. 24

auxois, s. 24

carinatus, s. 24

dolichodeirus, s. 24

pentagonus, s. 24

recentior, s. 24

trigonus, s. 24

Polychrus, 135. 227; s. 47

acutirostris, 136; s. 47

fasciatus, s. 47

of Guiana, 135

marmoratus, s. 47

strigiventer, s. 47

virescens, s. 47

Porte anneau, 254

Pneustes, 129

Pneustoides, 129

Proteus, ix. 412. 475; s. 107

anguinus, 412. 476; s. 108

tetradactylus, s. 108

tritonius, 408

Proteus, common, s. 108

of the lakes, s. 108

Protonopsis, 410

horrida, s. 109

Psammodromus, s. 35

Hispanicus, s. 35

Psammosaurus, 110; s. 27

albogularis, s. 28

scincus, s. 27

Psammophis, 260;

Psamnophis, s. 93

bicolor, s. 94

Girondicus, s. 93

lacertina, s. 94

pulverulenta, s. 94

rhombeata, s. 94

schokari, s. 94

Pseudo Ameiva, 115

striata, s. 31

Pseudo-Boa, 255. 279. 385

carinata, 278

coronata, s. 92

krait, 278; s. 82

Pseudobranchus, 414; s. 109

striatus, s. 109

Pseudoelaps, 260

Pseudopus, 242; s. 65

Olfersii, s. 73

Pallosii, 242; s. 65

serpentinus, s. 65

Pseudopus, Durville's, s. 65

Pteropleura, s. 49

Horsfieldii, 145; s. 49

Ptychozoon, 145; s. 49

Ptygopleura, s. 62

Ptyodactylus, 148; s. 50

guttatus, s. 50

Pygodactylus, 161; s. 74

Gronovii, s. 73

Pygopus, 160; s. 73

cariococca, 161; s. 73

lepidopus, s. 73

striatus, 161; s. 73

Python, 330; s. 97

amethystinus, 330; s. 97

bivittatus, s. 97

bora, 330

Javanicus, s. 97

Peronii, s. 97

poda, s. 97

punctatus, s. 97

rhynchops, s. 95

Schneideri, s. 97

tigris, s. 97

Python amethyste, 257

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Python tigre, ix. 257

Pythons, 256

Pyxis, 11. 69; s. 6

aranoïdes, s. 6

Quetzpalco, 121. 136

Rainette bleu, 398

à tapiner, s. 101

Rana 390. 422; s. 99

arborea, 396. 449; s. 101. 102

Austrasi, s. 102

bilineata, s. 102

boans, s. 101

bombina, 399. 461; s. 103. 104

bufo, 398. 460; s. 102

bufo calamita, 399

Bufonia, s. 104

cærulea, s. 102

Catesbiana, s. 100

clamitans, 394. 445; s. 100

coriacea, 395; s. 100

cornuta, 395

cultripes, s. 100

cutricularis, s. 100

cyanophlyctis, s. 100

Daudini, s. 100

dorsalis, s. 100

dubia, s. 103

esculenta, 392. 442; s. 100

fætidissima, s. 103

fasciata, s. 104

flaviventris, s. 100

fontinalis, s. 100

gibbosa, s. 101

gigas, 395; s. 100

grunniens, 446; s. 100

gryllus, s. 100

halecina, 394. 447; s. 100

hypscaphelia, s. 100

labyrinthica, 395; s. 100

lactea, s. 102

maculata, 395; s. 100

margaritifera, 403; s. 104

marina, 401; s. 103

maxima, 397; s. 100. 101

megastoma, 395; s. 101

melanota, s. 100

mephitica, s. 103

meriana, s. 101

miliaris, 395; s. 100

mugiens, s. 100

musica, s. 103

mystacea, 395; s. 100

nigrita, s. 100

obstetricans, s. 103

ocellata, 394. 447; s. 100

Rana ovalis, ix. s. 104

pachypus, 395; s. 100

palmipes, 394; s. 100

palustris, s. 100

paradoxa, 393. 447; s. 100

pardalis, s. 100

pentadactyla, s. 100

pipa, 404; s. 105

pipiens, 394. 445; s. 100

plicata, s. 100

protentosa, s. 103

pumilla, s. 100

punctata, 395. 444; s. 100

pygmæa, 395; s. 100

ridibunda, 462; s. 100

rubella, 395; s. 100

scapularis, s. 100

scutata, 395; s. 101

sibilatrix, 395; s. 100

sitibunda, s. 103

sonans, s. 100

squamigera, s. 101

Surinamensis, s. 104

sylvatica, s. 100

systoma, s. 104

temporaria, 393. 443; s. 100

tigrina, 394; s. 100

tinctoria, 397; s. 101

typhonia, 395; s. 100. 103

variabilis, 400; s. 103

variegata, s. 104

venulosa, s. 101

vespertina, s. 100

Virginica, 394, 395; s. 100

viridis, s. 103

zebra, s. 101

Rattlesnake, 266

banded, 345

miliary, 348

striped, 348

Reptilia, 1

Rhinella, s. 103

acutirostris, s. 103

granulosus, s. 103

nasicus, s. 103

proboscideus, s. 103

semilineata, s. 103

Rhinophis, s. 77

Rhinopirus, 256

Rhinostoma nasus, s. 85

proboscideum, s. 85. 94

Rondas tataloopam, 248

Safeguard, great American, 113. 204

variegated, s. 29

Safeguards, 112. 204

Saiphos, s. 72

equalis, s. 72

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Saiphos, lacertine, ix. s. 72

Sal à trois doigts, 406

Salamander, 464

Alpine, s. 105

ashy, s. 106

banded, s. 106

Beechey's, s. 107

black, s. 105. 107

brown, s. 107

brownish, s. 107

common, 406. 465; s. 105

crested, 408

cylindrical, s. 107

dorsal, s. 107

great, 410

Green's, s. 107

glutinous, s. 106

long-tailed, s. 107

marbled, 408; s. 105

painted, s. 107

palmipedes, 409

punctated, 409; s. 107

red, s. 107

red-backed, s. 106

Spanish, s. 106

spotted, s. 107

tigrine, s. 107

two lined, s. 107

variolated, s. 107

violet, s. 106

white-faced, s. 107

with spotted-sides, 408

yellow, s. 107

Salamanders, 404

aquatic, 407. 473

land, 405

Salamandra, 404, 405; s. 105

Alleghaniensis, s. 108. 109

Alpestris, 408; s. 106

atra, 406; s. 105

Beechii, s. 107

bilineata, 407; s. 107

cinerea, s. 106

cristata, 408

cylindrica, s. 107

dorsalis, s. 107

erythronota, 407; s 106

fasciata, 407; s 106

fenestrata, s. 106

flavissima, s. 107

frontalis, s. 107

fusca, s. 105. 107

gigantea, 410; s. 109

glutinosa, s. 106

Greenii, s. 107

horrida, s. 109

Japonica, 407; s. 106

longicaudata, s. 107

maculata, s. 107

Salamandra maculosa, ix. s. 105

major, s. 106

marmorata, 408. 474; s. 105

nigra, s. 107

palmata, 409; s. 106

palustris, s. 105

perspicillata, 406

picta, s. 107

platydactyla, s. 107

punctata, 409; s. 106. 107

rubra, 407; s 107

rubriventris, s. 107

savi, 406

sinciput alba, s. 107

subfusca, s. 107

subviolacea, 407; s. 106

symmetrica, 409; s. 107

tigrina, 407; s 107

variegata, s. 107

variolata, 407; s 107

venenosa, 407; s. 106

vulgaris, s. 105

Salamandrina, s. 105

perspicillata, s. 105

tridactyla, s. 105

Salem maculosa, 406

Sarruba, 149

Sauri, s. 24

Sauria, 5. 97

Saurians, 5

Saurocephalus, s. 24

lanciformis, s. 24

leanus, s. 24

Saurodon, s. 24

Saurophis, 162; s. 65

Lacepedii, s. 65

New Holland, s. 65

Scargus Valeno, s. 106

Scinc, shop, s. 67

à fleurs noirs, 158

Scincoïdians, 155

Scincus, 155; s. 67

bicolor, 157

bistriatus, 158

brachypus, s. 71

crotophomelas, 158

cyanurus, s. 71

cyprinus, 157

decemlineatus, s. 68

erythrocephalus, 157; s 70

fossar, s. 69

lateralis, s. 70

lineatus, s. 68

Mabouya, s. 69

multicarinatus, s. 68

multiseriatus, 157

nigrofasciatus, s. 68

nigroluteus, 158; s. 68

ocellatus, 158

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Scincus octolineatus, ix. s. 68

officinalis, 156, 237; s. 67

pachyurus, s. 67

rufescens, 157; s. 68

sepiformis, s. 63

tiliguyns, s. 69

tiliqua, 239

trivittatus, 157; s. 68

tuberculatus, s. 67

unicolor, s. 70

undecim striatus, s. 68

variegatus, 158; s. 68

vittatus, s. 69

Scelophorus, s. 42; s. 43

æneus, s. 44

grammicus, s. 43

pleurostictus, s. 43

scalaris, s. 44

spinosus, s. 43

Scheltopusik, 242

Pallas's, s. 65

Scytale, 255. 278; s. 82. s. 92

bizonata, 278; s. 82

brachyorrhis, s. 92

catenata, s. 79

coronata, 255; s. 92

krait, 278; s. 82

niger, s. 81

Semiphora, s. 57

Senembi, 132

Sepedon, 273; s. 83

hœmachates, s. 83

Merremii, s. 83

porphyraceus, s. 83

rhombeata, s. 83

Seps, 158; s. 72

equalis, s. 72

fragilis, s. 73

Peronii, 159; s. 72

ruber, 211

scincoïdes, 159

sexlineata, 161; s. 74

striata, s. 72

tridactylus, 240

varians, 210

zyginis, s. 72

Seps, common, s. 72

four-toed, s. 72

Gronovien, 161

monodactyle, 161

Peron's, s. 72

striated, s. 72

Serpent, Asculapian, 263

of Congo, 475

spectacled, 274

venomous, s. 78

yellow, 268. 349

Serpents, 5. 241. 307. s. 78.

naked, 281

Serpents, queen of, ix. 345

true, 245

Sheathclaw, beautiful, s. 50

Egyptian, s. 50

fimbriated, s. 50

porphyry, s. 50

smooth, s. 50

Shoutur sun, 386

Sibons, 260

Siguana, s. 74

Ottonis, s. 74

Siphonops, s. 110

Siredon, s. 108

axolotl, s. 108

Siren, 413. 478; s. 108

anguina, 412. 476; s. 108.

intermedia, 414; s. 108.

lacertina, 414. 478; s. 108

pisciformis, 411; s. 108

striata, 414; s. 109

Siren, common, s. 108

four-footed, s. 109

intermediate, 414; s. 108

lacertine, 414

striated, s. 109

striped, 414

Sitana, s. 57

Pondicherry, s. 57

Skink, common, 237

Skinks, 155. 237

Slow-worm, common, 306

Snake, black, 335

black coral, s. 75

black eared coral, s. 75

blind pintado, s. 76

Cape pintado, s. 76

common, 333

common Congo, s. 109

common coral, s. 75

common glass, s. 65

common rattle, s. 78

dottled coral, s. 75

French, 334

Indian coral, s. 75

Javan, 330

losenge spotted rattle, s. 78

miliar rattle, s. 78

netted pintado, s. 76

rattle, 336; s. 78

ribbon, s. 86

scytale coral, s. 75

spectacled, 376

spotted coral, s. 75

three-toed Congo, s. 109

wampum, s. 86

Snakes, 242; 243

sea, s. 98

water, s. 98

Sourancou, 268

Cuv. Index. X

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Spœnops capistrata, ix. s. 71

Sphæiodactylus, 150; s. 52

sputator, s. 52

Sphaigis, 16; s. 20

Spheriodactyle, banded, s. 52

Squamata, s. 24

Stellio, 118. 140. 143. 213; s. 57

argyropus, s. 51

azureus, 120

brevicaudatus, 120

fimbriatus, 149

Hasselquistii, 141

Mauritanicus, 147

niger, s. 62

perfoliatus, 147

phyllurus, 151

platyurus, 147; s. 51

spinipes, 121. 215; s. 61

vulgaris, 214; s. 57

Stellio, common, s. 57

gecko, 144

of the Levant, 120. 214

Stelliones, common, 119

bâtards, 121

Steneosaurus, 102

Stenodactylus, 151; s. 49. 51

guttatus, 151; s. 49

pipiena, s. 52

Stenostoma, 247; s. 76

albifrons, s. 77

Stercua lacerti, 120

Sternotherina, 79

Sternotherua, 78. 80; s. 14

Boscii, 80

castaneus, s. 14

Leachianua, 79, 80

odoratus, 80; s. 13

trifasciatus, 80; s. 7

Stombus, 396; s. 104

Tachydermum horridum, s. 28

Tachydrome, Chinese, s. 36

Tachydromus, 117; s. 36

quadrilineata, s. 36

sexlineata, s. 36

Tadpole, 415, 416

Talectée, 200

Tapayaxin, 217

Tapayes, 216

Tar tutta, s. 92

Taraguira, 114

Tarente, 143

Tarentola, 143; s. 48

Tarentole, 119

Tayapaxin, 124

Tecoixin, s. 43

Tedo, 463

Tegnixin, ix. s. 29

monitor, s. 29

Teiua, 111; s. 28

ameiva, 114

bicarinata, s. 29

cæruleocephalus, s. 30

calcaratus, s. 31

collaria, s. 31

crocodilua, s. 28

cyaneus, 114

cyanomclas, 114; s. 30

intermedius, s. 31

lateristriga, s. 30

lemniscatus, s. 30

litteratus, s. 29

monitor, s. 29

ocellifer, 114; s. 29

striatus s. 31

tessellatns, s. 30

tritæniatus, 114; s. 30

viridis, s. 31

vulgaris, s. 29

Temapara, 113

Terrapene, 13. 69. 77. 80

bicolor, s. 7

Caroline, 80; s. 7

clsusa, 77

Europæa, 80

guttata, s. 7

nebulosa, s. 7

triporcata, s. 13

Terrapin, American box, s. 7

banded, s. 11

batagur, s. 9

Bell's, s. 12

Caspian, s. 9

common, s. 9

concentric, s. 11

dhor, s. 8

dotted, s. 10

eastera box, s. 7

Europæan box, s. 7

eye bearing, s. 9

furrowed, s. 11

Hamilton's, s. 9

Lake Erie, s. 12

lettered, s. 11

lineated, s. 9

marbled, s. 10

Muhlenberg's, s. 10

ornamented, s. 12

painted, s. 10

reticulated, s. 11

ring-bearing, s. 12

rough, s. 10

rugose, s. 12

serrated, s. 11

Thury's, s. 8

specious, s. 10

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Terrapin, Spengler's, ix. s. 8

spinous, s. 8

spotted, s. 10

tented, s. 9

thick-necked, s. 8

three banded box, s. 7

white spotted, s. 12

Terrentola, 143

Testudinata, s. 2

Testudo, 8. 9; s. 2

actinodes, 68; s. 4

Amboinensis, s. 7

angulata, 10; s. 5

aranoïdes, s. 6

areolata, 10. 67; s. 5

armata, s. 4

atra, s. 20

Belliana, s. 6

Bellii, s. 5

biguttata, 10

bipunctata, s. 4

Boscii, s. 13

brevicaudata, s. 7

Brongniartii, 9; s. 18

Cafra, 10; s. 5

cagado, 10; s. 3

calcarata, s. 4

Testudo, Californica, s. 3

campanulata, s. 4

carbonaria, 10; s. 3

caretta, 16. 92; s. 20

carinatus, s. 18

Carolina, 10; s. 3. 5. 7

Caspia, s. 9

centrata, s. 11

ceppediana, s. 20

clausa, 13; s. 7

coriacea, 17. 93; s. 20

coui, s. 4

denticulata, 10; s. 3. 6.

depressa, 10; s. 3. 16

Dussumierii, s. 3

elegans, s. 4

elephantopus, s. 3

erosa, s. 6

Europæa, 11

ferox, 19. 96.

fimbriata, 17. 95

flava, 71; s. 7

galeata, s. 15

geometrica, 10. 64. s. 5

gigantea, s. 3

glutinosa, s. 13

Graji, s. 4

granosa, 19

Græca, 9; s. 4. 5

Hercules, 10; s. 3

Hermanni, s. 5

Testudo, Homeana, ix. s. 6

imbricata, 15. 89; s. 21

Indica, 10. 63; s. 3. 15

irregulata, s. 7

Japonica, s. 20

juvencella, s. 5

Leveriana, s. 7

longicollis, s. 15

luteria, 71; s. 7. 9

luteola, s. 5

marginata, 10; s. 4

martinella, s. 16

matamata, s. 17

Meleagris, s. 7

miniata, s. 5

multiscutata, s. 20

Mydas, 15. 57. 81; s. 20

nasicornis, s. 20

nigra, 10; s. 3

nigricans, s. 15

odorata, s. 13.

orbicularis, 11. 71; s. 7

palustris, s. 11

pardalis, 68; s. 4

Pennsylvanica, 13; s. 13

picta, 12

planiceps, s. 16

platycephala, s. 16

Polyphemus, s. 3

pulchella, s. 7

punctata, s. 7. 10

pusilla, s. 5

radiata, 10, 65; s. 4

Rascht, s. 19

reticulata, s. 11

retusa, s. 3

Retzii, s. 13

rugosa, s. 12

scabra, s. 15

Schweigeri, s. 3

scorpoïdes, s. 13

sculpta, 10; s. 3

Senegalensis, s. 15

serpentina, 13; s. 14

serrate, s. 8. 11. 14

signata, 10; s. 5

Spengleri, s. 8

stellata, 10; s. 4

subnigra, 13; s. 14. 15

subrufa, s. 13. 15

sulcata, s. 4

tabulate, 10. 65; s. 3

teutoria, 68; s 5.

tricarinata, 13; s. 8. 13

triunguis, 18. 95; s. 18

truncata, s. 3

viridis, 15

zolhafa, s. 5

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Tête plate, ix. 140

rouge, 115

Tetradactylus, 162; s. 65

Chalcidices, s. 65

Decresiensis, 159

Tetraonyx, s. 19

Cuvieri, s. 19

Teuhtlacot zauhqui, 345

Teguguazu, 113

Thammodactylus punctissimus, s. 94

Thecadactylus, 147; s. 49, 50

fimbriatus, s. 50

lævis, s. 50

lobatus, s. 50

poli, 146; s. 51

porphyreus, s. 50

Theleosaurus, 102

Tiliguerta, 116. 211

Tiliqua, 157; s. 67

ænea, s. 70

Bellii, s. 70

bicolor, s. 70

bistriata, s. 69. 70

Capensis, s. 68

carinatus, s. 68

crotaphomelas, s. 68

Cyprinas, s. 68

erythrocephala, s. 70

fasciatus, s. 71

homolocephala, s. 69

lateralis, s. 70

microlepis, s. 71

multiacutata, s. 68

nigrolutea, s. 68

nigropunctata, s. 69

occidua, s. 69

ocellata, s. 68

quinque lineata, s. 69

Sloanii, s. 70

tæniolata, s. 68

tenuis, s. 70

trivittata, s. 68

Whitii, s. 67

Tiliqua, black and yellow, s. 68

Cape, s. 68

Indian, s. 68

New Holland, s. 67, 68

three streaked, s. 68

Tisiphone, 268; s. 79

cupœa, s. 79

Shausii, s. 79

Catesbii, s. 79

Toad, brick coloured, s. 103

brown, 399. 461

common, 399. 460; s. 102

marine, 401

obstetric, 400

pearled, 403

reed, 399

Toad, variable, ix. 400

yellow bellied, 402

Toads, 398. 451

Tomacolin, 210

Torquatrix, 250; s. 75

Tortoise, 8

alligator, 80

angular, s. 5

areolated, 67; s. 5

Bell's, s. 6

bell-shaped, s. 4

box, 13. 77

box, of Amboina, 13

cinereous, 75.

common, 9

European fresh-water, 71

fierce, 19. 96

fimbriated, 17

geometrical, 10. 64; s. 5

Gopher, s. 3

Greek, 57; s. 5

Hercules, s. 3

Hicatée, 67

Home's, s. 6

Indian, 10. 63; s. 3

Lake Erie, 75

leopard, s. 4

long necked, 76

marked, s. 5

mud, 76; s. 9

painted, 12. 73

radiated, 10. 65; s. 4

radiated box, s. 6

Schweiger, s. 3

serrated alligator, s. 14

snake, 13

soft, 18. 95

soft of the Nile, 18

speckled, 11. 71

starred, s. 4

sulcated, s. 4

tabular, 65; s. 3

terrestrial, 57

worn, s. 6

Tortoises, 4; s. 2

fresh-water, 11. 71

land, 9

sea, 14

Tortrix, 250; s. 74

corallinus, 327

latta, 251; s. 75

punctata, 251; s. 75

rufa, 251; s. 75

Russellii, 248; s. 76

Trachydosaurus, s. 67

rugosa, s. 67

Tragops nasutus, s. 93

Trapelus, 125; s. 57

Ægyptius, 125; s. 58

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Trapelus mutabilis, ix. s. 58

hispidus, s. 57

Savignii, s. 58

subhispidus, s. 57

Trapelus, of Egypt, 125

Tridactylus Decresiensis, 159; s. 72

Trigonocephalus, 267. 349; s. 79. 80

Blomhoffi, s. 80

Boeii, s. 80

cacodbæmon, s. 80

halys, s. 80

hypnale, s. 80

lanceolatus, 268. 349

Megæra, 349

orophyas, s. 80

rhodostoma, s. 80

Trigonocephalus, losenged, 269

yellow, 268

Trimeresure petite tête, 277

Trimeresuri, 277

Trimesurus, s. 84

leptocephalus, s. 84

viridis, s. 80

Trionyx, 18. 95; s. 18

Ægyptiacus, 18. 95; s. 18

carinatus, 18

Coromandelicus, s. 19

Cuvieri, s. 19

Euphraticus, 19; s. 19

ferox, s. 18

Gangeticus, s. 18

Georgicus, s. 18

granocus, 19

Indicus, s. 18

Javanicus, 19; s. 19

muticus, s. 18

punctatus, s. 19

spiniferus, s. 18

stellatus, 19

subplanus, s. 19

Trionyx, armless, s. 18

Egyptian, s. 18

Euphratic, s. 19

fierce, s. 18

flat, s. 19

Hurum, s. 18

Indian, s. 18

Javan, s. 19

punctuated, s. 19

Triton, 407

Alleghaniensis, s. 109

Gesneri, 408; s. 105

lateralis, 412; s. 108

Tropidolepis, 125; s. 42

aculeatus, s. 43

æneus, s. 44

fasciatus, s. 44

grammicus, s. 43

pleurostictus, s. 43

Tropidolepis scalaris, ix. s. 44

spinosus, s. 43

torquatus, s. 43

undulatus, s. 43

Tropidolepis, æneous, s. 44

banded, s. 44

Bell's, s. 44

collared, s. 43

green, s. 43

northern, s. 43

side streaked, s. 43

spinous, s. 43

thorny, s. 43

Tropidolæmus, s. 79

Wagleri, s. 80

Tropidonotus, s. 85

æstirus, s. 86

chrysargus, s. 85

cyanocephalus, s. 86

dimidiatus, s. 86

dorsa, s. 86

hypostictus, s. 86

lacrymans, s. 86

lugubris, s. 86

melanozostus, s. 85

mortuarius, s. 86

natrix, s. 85

Nattereri, s. 86

ordinatus, s. 86

pœcilostoma, s. 86

parietalis, s. 86

piscator, s. 86

porcatus, s. 86

proximus, s. 86

rhodomelas, s. 86

spilogaster, s. 86

subminiatus, s. 85

tessellatus, s. 86

trigrinus, s. 86

trianguliferus, s. 86

vibikari, s. 86

vittatus, s. 86

Tropidurus, s. 41

Cuvieri, s. 41

cyclurus, s. 42

semitæniatus, s. 41

torquatus, 136; s. 41

tuberculata, s. 41

Tropidurus, collared, s. 41

cycluroid, s. 42

half-banded, s. 41

tubercular, s. 41

Tropidosaurus, 126; s. 35

montanus, s. 35

Tupinambis, 108. 111. 201, 202

albogularis, s. 28

bivittatus, s. 25

caudivertus, s. 26

cepedianus, s. 26

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Tupinambis exilis, ix. s. 25

griseus, s. 27

lacertinus, s. 29

maculatus, s. 29

marmoratas, s. 25

monitor, 113; s. 29

nigropunctatus, 113; s. 29

ornatus, 202; s. 27

stellatus, s. 27

viridomaculatus, s. 26

Tupinambis à taches vertes, 113

bigarré, 110

cepedien, 111

élégant, 111

étoilé, 111

variegated, 202

Turtle, coriaceus, 17. 93; s. 20

green, 15. 81; s. 20

imbricated, 15. 89; s. 21

loggerhead, 16. 92; s. 20

Turtles, 14. 81

Typhlops, 247; s. 76

albifrons, 248; s. 77

Braminus, 248; s. 76

cinereus, 248; s. 76

crocotatus, 248; s. 77

fasciatus, s. 77

leucogaster, s. 77

leucorrhous, 248; s. 77

lineatus, s. 77

oxyrhynchus, 249; s. 77

Philippinus, 249; s. 77

reticulatus, s. 76

rostralis, s. 77

septemstriatus, 248; s. 77

undecimstriatus, 248; s. 77

vermicularis, s. 77

Typhlops, ash, s. 76

banded, s. 77

Brahmin, s. 76

lined, s. 77

netted, s. 76

Philippine, s. 77

seven streaked, s. 77

sharp-nosed, s. 77

white-bellied, s. 77

white-fronted, s. 77

worm-like, s. 77

yellow, s. 77

Tyria, 260

Tyrse, 18

Ular sawa, 257

Unæus, s. 83

Uran elegans, s. 26. 27

punctatus, s. 26

Russellii, s. 25

Uranocentron, ix. s. 42

azureus, s. 42

Uromastix, 121; s. 61

acanthinurus, 121; s. 61

dispar, s. 61

griseus, 121; s. 62

Hardwickii, s. 62

maculatus, s. 62

niger, s. 62

ocellatus, s. 61

ornatus, 121; s. 61

Reevesii, s. 62

reticulatus, 121; s. 62

spinipes, s. 61

Uromastix, Bell's, s. 62

black, s. 62

common, s. 61

of Egypt, 121

ornamented, s. 61

spotted, s. 62

two coloured, s. 61

Uronectes, 165

Uropeltis, 251; s. 50. 76

Ceylonicus, 251

Philippinus, 251

Varanus, 109

Viper, black, 273

brown, 268

common, 270. 354

horned, 271

little, 272

of Charas, 271

plumed, 272

red, 365

short-tailed, 270

Swedish, 365

with horned-muzzle, 271

Vipers, 269

Vipera, 269, 270; s. 81

Ægyptica, s. 81

arietans, s. 81

aspis, s. 80

atrox, s. 79

Atropos, s. 81

berus, 272; s. 82

brachyura, 270; s. 81

Brasiliana, s. 79

buccata, s. 95

cærulescens, s. 97

cerastes, s. 81

chloris, s. 80

Clotho, 270

Daboia, s. 81

elegans, s. 81

flava, s. 81. 83

hœmachates, s. 83

haje, s. 83

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Vipera halys, ix. s. 80

Illyrica, 271. 368; s. 82

inflata, s. 81

Lachesia, 270

lanceolata, s. 79

lebetina, s. 80

lophophris, 272; s. 81

moderans, s. 97

nasicornis, s. 81

nasua, s. 85

ocellata, 270; s. 81

Pallasii, s. 80

pretextata, s. 80

Pysche, s. 84

Russellii, s. 81

semifasciata, s. 96

severa, s. 81

stolata, s. 86

trigonocephala, s. 80

Tigrina, s. 79

Weigelii, s. 79

Vipère fer de lance, 268

Psyche, 276

Walker's, double, 246

Wasp, galley, 157

Woodslave, 230

Xenodon, 260; s. 88

æneus, s. 88

inornatus, s. 88

Merremii, s. 88

ocellatus, s. 88

Xenodon saurocephalus, ix. s. 88

Xenopeltis, 258; s. 92

concolor, 258; s. 92

leucocephalus, s. 92

unicolor, s. 92

Xenopus, s. 104

Boiei, s. 104

ovalis, s. 104

Xiphes dorsale, s. 97

ornatum, s. 97

Xiphosoma, 255; s. 96

aramboja, 254; s. 96

canina, s. 96

dorsale, 254; s. 97

hortulana, s. 96

Xiphura, s. 39

Yacaré, 199

Zacholus Austriacus, s. 93

Girondicus, s. 93

Zamerinus Æsculapii, s. 87

viridiflavus, s. 87

Zolhafa, 58

Zonurus, 119; s. 63

cataphractus, s. 63

microlepidotus, s. 63

Zonurus, armed, s. 63

common, s. 63

small-scaled, s. 63

Zygnis, 159

striata, 160; s. 72

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PISCES.

VOL. X.

ABACATUIA, (Marcgr.) x. 198

Abramis, (Cuv.) 380

Abusseau, 227

Acanthicus hystrix, 414

Acanthinions, (Lacep.) 191

Acanthinion, bleu, 191

orbiculaire, 176

rhomboïde, 191

Acanthopode argenté, 177

Acanthopterygians, what called, 18

Acanthopterygii, 8. 100

fifth family of, 168

sixth family of, 171

seventh family of, 180

supplement to, 270

Acanthure argenté, 215

zébre, 215

Acanthurus, (Lacép. & Bl.) 214

chirurgus, 359

ctenodon, 215

glauco-pareius, 215

guttatus, 215

harpuras, 216

Meleagris, 214

nasus, 216

scalprum, 215

scopas, 215

striatus, 215

suillus, 215

velifer, 215

Acara aia, 115

pitamba, 115

Acaramucu, 575

Acarauna longirostris, 259

Acarne, the (Rondel.) 165

Acerina, (Cuv.) 115

Achire barbu, 499

fascé, 499

marbré, 499

orné, 499

Achirus, (Lacep.) x. 499

Acinacée bâtarde, 186

Acipenser, (L.) 588

brevirostris, 591

helops, 590

huso, 590. 627

maculosus, 591

oxyrhyncus, 591

pygmæus, 590

rubicundus, 591

Ruthenus, 590

steuatus, 590

sturio, 589

Ageneiosus, (Lacép.) 407

Agonus, (Bl., Sch.) 140

acipenserinus, 140

decagonus, 141

dodecaedrus, 140

lævigatus, 140

rostratus, 140

stegophthalmus, 140

Agriopes, 146

Agriopus torvus, 284

Aiereba, (Marcgr.) 615

Aiguillat, Blainville, 604

Aken parah, 191

Alabes (Cuv.) 530

Alalonga of the Italians, 183. 343

Albicore, (Sloane) 184

Albula, (Plumieri?) 40

gonorynchus, 444

nobilis, 421

Plumieri, 444

Alepocephalus, (Risso) 390

rostratus, 390

Alicorti, the, 183

Alosa, (Cuv.) 438

Alphestes gembra, 115

Alticus, (Commers.) 231

Aluteres, (Cuv.) 575

Cuv. Index. Y

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Aluteres cryptacanthus, x. 575

Ambassis, (Commers.) 108

Americanus, 117

Australis, 117

oxygeneios, 117

Amia, (Gronov.) 107

(L.) 447

(Salv.) 190

of the Ancients & of Rond, 185

of Browne, 444

immaculate, 444. 447

Ammocœtes, (Dum.) 622

Ammodytes, (L.) 557

cicerelius, 538

lancea, 538

tobianus, 538

Amore guaçu, 241

pixuma, 240, 241

Amphacanthus, (Bloch.) 214

magniahac, 214

marmoratus, 214

nebulosus, 214

Amphiprion bifasciatus, 160

ephippium, 160

leucurus, 160

scansor, 218

(Bl., Schn.) 160

matejuelo, 123

percula, 160

polymnus, 160

Amphisile, (Klein) 268

Anabas, (Cuv.) 217

the genus, 360

testudineus, 218

Anableps, (Bl.) 385

tetrophthalmus, 386

Anacanthus, (Ehrenb.) 615

Anampses, (Cuv.) 256

Anarrhichas, (Len.) 234

lupus, 235

minor, 235

Anchovies, the, 441

Ancylodon, 152, 299

Angel-fish, 640

Angler, the 246

Anguilla, 539

(Thurnberg and Shaw), 523

Anguille iong-bec, 524

marbré, 525

pimperneaux, 524

plat-bec, 524

verniaux, 524

Anguilliformes, 522

Anodus, (Spix) 424

Anostomus, (Cuv.) 425

Antennarius, (Commers.) 247

Anthias, (Bl. in part.) 111

of Block, the 112

bilineatus, 159

Anthias boops, x. 120

caballerote, 115

catalufa, 120

cherna, 113

diagramma, 158

grunniens, 157

Japonicus, 159

jocu, 115

Johnii, 115

macropthalmus, 120

maculatus, 157

Orientalis, 113

rabirrubia, 115

sacer, 111. 275

saponacea, 116

striatus, 113

testudineus, 218

Vosmeri, 159

Apalike, the, 443

Aphyes, of the Ancients, 227

Apistes, 145

alatus, 146

minoüs, 146

tænianotus, 146

Apistus fusco-virens, 283

Israelitorum, 283

Apisurus, (Lacép.) 215

Apogon, (Lacép.) 106

rex mullorum, 107

rouge, 107

Apterichthes, the (Dum.) 529

Apteronotus, (Lacép.) 534

Argentina, (L.) 423

bonak, 444

Carolina, 423. 443

glossodonta, 424. 444

machnata, 423, 443

sphyræna, 423, 432

Argyctius quadrimaculatus, 210

Argyreiosus, (Cuv.) 198

Arnoglossum, (Rondelet) 496

Aspidophori, (Lacép.) 140

Aspidophoroïde, (Lacép.) 141

Aspredo, (Lin.) 411

Aspro, (Cuv.) 105

vulgaris, (Cuv.) 105

Astroblepus grixalvii, 468

Astrodermus, (Bonelli.) 206

guttatus, 206

Atherina, (Lin.) 226

Australis, 442

Boyer, 227

Brasiliensis, 228

the dwarf, 290

endrachtensis, 228

hepsetus, 227

Jacksoniana, 228

lacunosa, 228

mochon, 227

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Atherina mænidia, x. 228

Neso gallica, 228

notata, 228

pinguis, 228

presbyter, 227

sihama, 123

Aulopus, (Cuv.) 432

Aulostomus, (Lacép.) 267

Aurata, of the Latins, 313

Ausonia Cuvieri, 203

Auxis, (Cuv.) 184

the genus, 344

Axinurus, (Cuv.) 216

thynnoïdes, 216

Badi motta, 431

Bagrus, 403

Baliste armé, 573

à brosses, 574

bourse, 573

bridé, 573

cendré, 573

écharpe, 573

étoilé, 573

grandes tâches, 572

Lamouroux, 573

noir, 572

pralin, 573

sillonné, 573

verdâtre, 573

Balistes, (L.) 571

the, 584

aculeatus, 573

Américain, 573

arcuatus, 573

biaculeatus, 575

buniva, 572

bursa, 573

capriscus, 572

Chinensis, 574

conspicillum, 573

forcipatus, 572

fuscus, 572

geographicus, 574

guttatus, 574

hispidus, 574

Japonicus, 574

jellaka, 572

Kleinii, 575

lævis, 575

lineatus, 573

longirostris, 574

maculatus, 572

medinilla, 573

monoceros, 574, 575

niger, 572, 573

papillosus, 574

Balistes pelleon, x. 574

penicilligerus, 574

punctatus, 572

rectangulus, 573

ringens, 572, 573

scopas, 574

stellaris, 572, 573

sufflamen, 572

tomentosus, 574

verrucosus, 573

vetula, 572

villosus, 574

viridescens, 573

viridis, 573

Barbier, 517

Barbus, (Cuv.) 378

caninus, 378

eques, 378

plebeius, 378

Basse, the 102. 273

the common, 102

Betrachoïde gangene, 249

varié, 249

verneul, 249

Batrachoïdes, (Lac.) 249

blennioïdes, 489

Gmelini, 489

Batrachus, (Bl. Schn.) 249

conspicillum, 250

Diemensis, 250

dubius, 250

grunniens, 249

porosissimus, 250

quadri spinis, 250

Surinamensis, 250

tau, 249, 250

Bandroge Ferguson, 247

Beaumaris, the, 601

Belone, (Cuv.) 393

argalus, 393

cancila, 393

Caribæa, 393

caudimacula, 393

crocodila, 393

truncata, 393

Beryx decadactylus, 124

lineatus, 124

Besugo, of the Spaniards, 165

Black fish, 409

Black grunts, 306

Blennie pointillé, 232

Blennius, (L.) 228

(Proper) Cuv. 229

the, 367

acuminatus, 232

argenteus, 232

Audifredi, 232

Capensis, 232

cavernosus, 230

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Blennius chubs, x. 489

cornutus, 230

edentulus, 231

fasciatus, 230

fenestratus, 232

gadoïdes, 489

galerita, 230

gattorugine, 229. 231

gunnellus, 233

labrosus, 234

labrus, 487

lumpenus, 232

lupus, 487

quinque maculis, 261

mustelaris, 232

ocellaris, 229

palmicornis, 230

pavo, 230

pholis, 230

phycis, 488

pilicornis, 230

punctatus, 232

raninus, 489

rubriceps, 230

saliens, 367

simus, 231

spadiceus, 232

superciliosus, 232

tentacularis, 229

torvus, 146

truncatus, 231

villosus, 145

viviparus, 234. 488

Blepharis, (Cuv.) 198

Blepsias, the, (Cuv.) 146. 283

Bodian Aia, 115

hiatule, 110

cyclostome, 114

grosse tête, 113

lutjan, 166

melanoleuque, 114

six-raies, 105

tetracanthe, 127

Bodians, of Bloch, 112

Bodianus apua, 112

argenteus, 170

argyroleucus, 153

bœnak, 112

bodianus, 257

guativere, 112

guttatus, 112

maculatus, 114

melanurus, 113

pentacanthus, 123

sebæ, 127

stellifer, 153

triourus, 306

triurus, 158

Bogmarus, (Bl. Schn.) 210

Bokee sorra, x. 598

Bola chaptis, 153

coiton, 153

cuja, 153

pama, 299

Bonaci arara, 112

Boniton, the, 184

Bonita of the tropics, the, 183

Bontah, the, (Rus.) 224

Boops, (Cuv.) 167. 320

salpa, 167

vulgaris, 167

Borassus flabelliformis, 361

Bostriche tacheté, 222

Bostrichoïde œillé, 222

Bostryche Chinois, 238

Bothriocephalus solidus, 289

Botlah parah, 191

Bouclier, 519

porte écuelle, 517

Bouco-rougo, 317

Brama, (Bl. Schn.) 178

marina cauda forcipata, 327

the genus, 326

Branchiostegi, old order of, 19

Bream, little, 380

Brochet de Bantam, 393

Brosmius, (Cuv.) 487

Brotula, (Cuv.) 488

Buffalo-fish, the, 175. 324

Bullhead, the river, 280

Buro, (Commer.) 214

brunneus, 214

Butirin banane, 446, 447

Butirinus of Commerson, 424. 444

Butrinus banane, 444

Cabassoude, (Rondel.) 227

Cabassous, of Provence, 227

Cabrilla, 112

Cæcula pterygea, 529

Cæsio, (Lacép,) 169

asuror, 170

poulain, 200

smaris, 170

Cæsiomore, 191

Cæsiomores, (Lacép.) 191

Cæsiomore Baillon, 191

Cailleu, (Duham.) 436

Tassard, of the Antilles, 439

Calamoia pota, 161

Callarias galarias, 484

Callichthys, (Lin.) 410

Calliodon, (Cuv.) 265

Calliomore Indien, 142

Callionymus, (Lin.) 241

Baicalensis, 243

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Callionymus cithara, x. 243

diacanthus, 243

dracunculus, 242

Indicus, 142. 243

jaculus, 243

lacerta, 242

lyra, 242

ocellatus, 243

Orientalis, 243

pusillus, 242

sagitta, 243

Callorhynchus, (Gron.) 593

Callorinchus Australis, 97

Camaripu guaçu, 443

Campilodon, (Oth. Fab.) 192

Camuri of Marcgrave, 104

Canthari, the, 319

Cantharus, (Cuv.) 167

brama, 167

vulgaris, 167

Canthère douteuz, 170

Capelan, the, (Duhamel) 420. 484

Capenna, (Marcgr.) 156

Capros, (Lacép.) 199

Caranges, (L.) 195

Caraangues franches, 355

Carangues, of French sailors, 196

lunaires, 355

Carangus, of the Antilles, 196

the bastard, 196

petaurista, 196

sexfasciatus, 196

Caranna, 112

Caranx, (Cuv.) 194

Daubenton, 195

Dumerilii, 354

lune, 196

punctatus, 195

trachurus, 355

Caranxomorus, (Lacép.) 205

Carapus, (Cuv.) 533

Carcharias, (Cuv.) 599. 635

Cardine, the, 517

Carp, 144

the common, 451

fecundity of the, 454

food of the, 453

golden, 377

long life of the, 452

the preserving alive of, 455

spawning of the golden, 457

Carpione, of Lombardy, 418

Carps, queen of the, 376

Carrelet of the French, 492

Cataphractus, (Lacép.) 410

Americanus, 408

Catastomus, (Lesueur) 380

cyprinus, 380, 381

Ceixupira, (Marcgr.) 189

Centranodon, (Lacép.) x. 142

Centrarchus, (Cuv.) 119

Centrarchus æneus, 119

Centriscus, (Lin.) 268

Niloticus, 398

proper, 268

pungitius, 290

scolopax, 268. 372. 412

scutatus, 269

velitaris, 269

Centrogaster, (Hout.) 214

argentatus, 214

equula, 170. 200

fuscescens, 214

rhombeus, 177

Centrolophe nègre, 205

Centrolophus, (Lacép.) 205

Centronotus, (Lacép.) 188

(Schn.) 232

spinosus, 189

Centropode rhomboïdal, 177

Centropome ambasse, 108

macrodon, 107

Plumier, 102

de Roche, 120

rouge, 124

six-raies, 105

Centropomeœillé, (Lacép.) 152

Centropomus, (Lacép.) 104

rubens, 107

undecimalis, 104

Centropristris, (Cuv.) 117

nigricans, 117

Cephalacanthes, (Lacép.) 138

Cephalopholis, 112

Argus, 112

Cephaloptera, (Dum.) 617. 653

Cephalopteram assena, 617

Cephalus, (Sh.) 569

Cepola, (Lin.) 212

cæcula, 239

gladius, 209

iris, 209

Japonica, 212

rubescens, 212

tænia, 209. 212

trachyptera, 209

Cestracion, (Cuv.) 603

Chætodon, (Lin.) 171

the genus, 322

acuminatus, 174

alepidotus, 203

annularis, 176

arcuatus, 176. 198

argenteus, 177

Argus, 175

armatus, 106

arthriticus, 176

aruanus, 161

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Chætodon aureus, x. 176

auriga, 173

baronessa, 172

Bengalensis, 161

biaculeatus, 160

bicolor, 176

bifascialis, 172

bifasciatus, 164

bimaculatus, 173

canescens, 174

capistratus, 173

Chinensis, 218

chirurgus, 215

ciliaris, 175

cornutus, 174

couronné, 175

curassao, 161

cyprianaceus, 178

decussatus, 172

ensis, 178

faber, 174. 198

fasciatus, 173. 176

flavus, 173

Fremblii, 323

frontalis, 173

geometricus, 176

glaucus, 191

guttulatus, 176

guttatus, 214

imperator, 176

Kleinii, 172

lanceolatus, 155

lineatus, 215

longirostris, 174. 323

longimanus, 175

macrolepidotus, 174

maculatus, 161

marginatus, 161

Mauritii, 161

mesoleucos, 176

mesomelas, 176

meta, 215

Meyeri, 172

miliaris, 172

monodactylus, 158

nasogallicus, 173

Nicobariensis, 176

nigricans, 215

nigrofuscus, 215

orbicularis, 176

orbis, 174

ocellatus, 173

octofasciatus, 172

ornatus, 323

paru, 176

pavo, 160

pentacanthe, 176

plebeius, 173

Plumieri, 174

Chætodon principalis, x. 173

properly to called, 17

punctatus, 175

quinquecinctus, 176

rhombeus, 177

rhomboïdes, 191

rostratus, 173. 180. 323

sargoïde, 161

saxatilis, 161

sebæ, 172

sebanus, 173

setifer, 173

sohal, 215

sordidus, 161

strigangulus, 172

striatus, 172

Suratensis, 161. 262

teïra, 176

tetracanthus, 175

tricolor, 175

triostegus, 215

unicornis, 216

unimaculatus, 173

vagabundus, 172

vespertilio, 176

vittatus, 172

zèbre, 215

Chalceus, (Cuv.) 426

angulatus, 427

fasciatus, 426

macrolepidotus, 427

opalinus, 427

Chane (Xavn) of the Greeks, 110

Characin nefasch, 430

Characinus Amazonicus, 429

of Artedi, 424

dentex, 429

Charax, of Risso, 163

Chatoessus, (Cuv.) 438

Chauliodus, (Schn.) 392

Sloanï, 392

Cheiline scare, 253

trilobé, 253

Cheilnus, (Lacép.) 253

auratus, 253

Cheilodactylus, (Lacép.) 158

of Carmichael, 158

carponemus, 158

fascé, 158

zonatus, 158

Cheilodipterus, (Lacép.) 107

Arabicus, 107

octovittatus, 107

quinquelineatus, 107

Cheilodiptère chrysoptère, 102

cyanoptère, 154

heptacanthe, 194

rayé, 107

Chela of Buchanan, 383

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Chelmons, x. 323

Chelmon, (CXV.) 173

Chewoola-parah, 198

Chimsera, (L.) 592

the Antarctic, 593

the Arctic, 593

callorhynchus, 593

monstrosa, 593

proper, (Cxv.) 593

Chirivita jaune, 176

noire, 176

Chirocentrus, (Cuv.) 444

Chironectes, the, 369

biocellatus, 248

Commersonii, 247,248

furcipilus, 248

hispidus, 248

lævigatas, 247

histrio, 370

marmoratas, 248

mummiffer, 248

ocellatus, 248

pictus, 247

punctatus, 248

scaber, 248

tuberosus, 248

tumidus, 247

unipinnis, 248

variegatas, 248

Chironemus, (Cuv.) 119

Georgianus, 119

Chirus, (Stell.) 244

Chitchillée, (Russell) 163

Chnees, of the Moluccas, 445

Chondropterygians, branchi of, 47

cerebellum of, 72

Chondropterygii, 6. 586

supplement on the, 624

with fixed gills, 629

Chromis, (Cuv.) 261

Nilotica, 262. 371

vulgaris, 261. 371

Chrysophris, (Cuv.) 163. 312

of the Ancients, 163

aurata, 163. 314

chrysargyra, 163

microdon, 163

Chrysostromus, (Lacip.) 202

Chrysotose lune, 200

Chrysotosus, (Lac.) 200

Chrysurus, 115

Cichla macroptera, 158

Cicilia, (Lacép.) 529

Cirrhibarba, (Cuv.) 232

Cirrhinùs, (Cuv.) 379

Cirrhite pantherin, 118

tachetfi, 118

Cirrhites, (Commers.) 118

aprinus, 118

Cirrhites vittatus, x. 118

Citharinus, (Cuv.) 430

Geofflroei, 430

Citharus, (Rondel) 495

asper, 495

pinguis, 495

Citula Banksii, 196

Citulss, (Cuv.) 197

Clarias, (Gromov.) 409

Clepticus, (Cuv.) 269

genisara, 259

Clinus, (Cuv.) 231

Clupanodon Champol, 438

Chinois, 437

ilisha, 438

Jussieu, 437

Clupea, 434

(L. Cuv.) 435

the genus, 474

sestivalis, 438

atherinoides, 442

alosa, 438. 479

Brasiliensis, 444

cupola, 437

coval, 437

cyprinoïdes, 443

dentex, 445

dorab, 445

encrasicholus, 441

fiudata, 200

finta, 438

gigantea, 443

harengus, 435. 474

haumela, 208

humeralis, 437

ké1ée, 438

latulus, 436

matowka, 438

melanura, 437

melastoma, 437

menhaden, 438

mystax, 442

mystus, 442

nasus, 439

palasah, 438

phasa, 442

pilchardus, 437

Sardina, 437. 480

sedrostris, 442

sprattus, 436

synura, 441

telara, 442

Thrissa, 439

tuberculense, 442

vernalis, 438

villosa, 420

Clupée macrocéphale, 444

raie d'argent, 442

Coal-fish, the, 485

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Cobitis, (L.) x. 384

anableps, 386

barbatula, 384

fossilis, 384

geta, 385

heteroclita, 387

maialis, 388

tæenia, 385

Cock-up, of the English of Calcutta, 163

Cod-fish, 484

Cod, fishery of the, 508

flesh of the, 507

habitat of the, 506

Isle of Man, red, 509

the well-known, 505

Coffre (ostracion) quatorie piquans, 577

Cogrus, (Rafin.) 526

Coius catus, 115

chatareus, 180

coboius, 218

datnia, 121

nandus, 157

Colas of Guadaloupe, 115

Colisa, of Bengal, 382

Colin, the French, 485

Comephorus, (Lacép.) 243

Conger, (Cw.) 524

the, 544

à chapelet, 525

fishing for the, 545

niger, 546

Cora motta, 222

Coracinus, of the Ancients, 261

the white or Egyptian, 262

Corbeau, of the Mediterranean, 226

Cordonnier, of Martinique, 198

Coregonoides Amboinensis, 426

Coregonus, (Cxv.) 421

albus, 423

fera, 422

hyemalis, 422

palæa, 422

thymalloïdes, 421

quadrilateralis, 423

signifer, 421

Coricus, (Cuv.) 258

rubescens, 258

Coris, (Lacép.) 255

aigrette, 255

angule, 255

Corvina, (Cuv.) 152

the, 292

acuminata, 155

the black, 153

formosa, 156

furcæa, 153

katchelée, 153

miles, 153

nageb,167

Corvina obliqua, x. 153

oscula, 153

Corvo di fordera, 297

Corvulus, (Ges.) 107

Corvus Niloticus, 226

Corydorus edentulus, 408

Coryphaena aurata, 369

cærulea, 261. 265

chrysurus, 359

from what derived, 357

equisetus, 359

fosciolata, 205

(Lin.) 204

hippurus, 205. 357

lineata, 261

lineolala, 261

nigrescens, 117

novacula, 260

pelagica, 262

pentadactyla, 261

Plumieri, 263

pompilus, 205

psittacus, 261

torva, 146

velifera, 206

Coryphsene Plumier, 263

Cotte madegasse, 142

Cottus, (Lin.) 133. 138

Acadianus, 141

anostomus, 140

Australis, 146

bubalis, 139

cataphractus, 140

diceraus, 139

gobio, 139. 280

grunniens, 249

hemilepidotus, 142

hispidus, 141

insidiator, 142

Japonicus, 140

macrocephalus, 238

monopterygius, 141

octodedm spinosus, 139

pistilliger, 140

polyacanthocephalus, 139

quadricornis, 139

scaber, 142

scorpio, 281

scorpius, 139

spatula, 142

trachurus, 142

tripterygius, 141

Virginianus, 139

Courpata, of the Mediterranean, 226

Crenideus, 320

Crenilabrus, (Cuv.) 256

Roissal, 257

tinca, 257

Curimate, (Gilbert) 424

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Curimatus, (Cuv.) x. 424

Curvata pinima, 195

Cybium, (Cuv.) 185

cavalla, 185

Commersonii, 185. 344

guttatum 185. 345

lineolatum 185

maculatum 185

regale, 185

Cychla, (Bl Schn.) 262

ænea, 119

Argus, 262

argyrea, 170. 262

bimaculata, 262

brama, 262

Brasiliensis, 262

cuning, 170. 262

cynodon, 262

erythrura, 262

guttata, 262

Japonica, 262

macropthalma, 262

maculata, 262

ocellaris, 262

pelagica, 205.262

punctata, 262

saxatilis, 262

sparoïdes, 119

Surinamensis, 262

variabilis, 117

Cyclogaster of Gronovius, 521

gelatinosus, 521

liparis, 521

Cyclopterus, (L.) 501

bimaculatus, 501

Cornubicus, 518

gelatinosus, 502

gibbosus, 502

liparis, 502

littoreus, 501

lumpus, 502, 518

minutus, 502. 512

Montagui, 502

nudus, 501

pavonius, 502

souris, 502

spinosus, 502. 521

ventricosus, 502

Cyclostomata, 7

(Dum.) 617

Cynœdus, (Gronov.) 158

Cynodon gibbus, 429

vulpinus, 429

Cyprin sucet, 381

Cyprinodon, (Lacép.) 388

flavulus, 388

ovinus, 388

umbra, 388

Cyprinodon, variegatus, x, 388

Cyprinoïdes, 374

Cyprinus alburnus, 382

(Cxv.) 375

amarus, 378

Anne Caroline, 376

aspius, 382

ariza, 382

auratus, 377, 456

bacaila, 383

ballerus, 380

barbus, 378

basbora, 382

bendelesis, 379

binny, 378

bipunctatus, 382

blicca, 389

boga, 382

brama, 389

Buggenhagii, 380

bulatmai, 378

calbasu, 379

capoeta, 379

carassius, 376

carpio, 376. 451

catla, 377

cirrhosus, 379

clupeoïdes, 383

cocsa, 379

cotis, 380

cultratus, 383

curmuca, 379

daniconius, 379

dantica, 383

dentex, 428

devarid, 377

dobula, 381

erythrophthalmus, 382

fimbriatus, 380

gibelio, 377

gobio, 379

gonius, 379

gonorynchus, 384

grislagine, 382

gros yeux, 377

idus, 381

jeses, 382

kunama, 379

latus, 380

lepidotus, 378

leuciscus, 382

macropbthalmus, 377

mola, 382

morar, 383

mordoré, 376

morula, 379

mrigala, 379

mursa, 378

nandina, 379

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Cyprinut, nasus, x. 362

Niloticus, 380

pala, 382

phoxinus, 382

quatre lobes, 377

rex cyprinorum, 376

Rohita, 379

rouge-brun, 376

rutilus, 381

sophore, 382

teres, 381

tinea, 379

tinca auratus, 379

tolo, 382

vimba, 380

vert-violet, 376

Dactyloptera, (Lac.) 137

Orientalis, 138

Dalophis, (Rafin.) 528

Dalatias nocturnus, 604

Dangiri mangelang, 183

Dascyllus, (Cxv.) 161

Datnia Buchanani, 121

cancellata, 121

Daurade, whence derived, 313

Deddi-jallah, 403

Delatias sparophagus, 605

Demi-bec de Baggewaal, 395

Dentale, of the Italians, 166

Dentex, (Cxv.) 165

the genus, 316

hexodon, 166

macrocephalus, 166

macropthalmus, 166

vulgaris, 166. 317

Derbio, the (Rond.) 190

Diabolus marinus, 617

Diabase, striped, 156

Diacope, (Cxv.) 114

calveti, 114

macolor, 114

notata, 114

octolineata, 114

quadriguttata, 114

rivulata, 114

Sebce, 114

Diagramma (Cxv.) 157

lineatum, 157

pertusum, 158

pictum, 158

pœilopterum, 158

Diana semilunata, 206

Diodon, (L.) 566

antennatus, 566

atinga, 566. 579

histrix, 566. 581

holocanthus, 581

jaculiferus, 566

mola, 570

muldmaculatus, 566

Diodon nictemerus, x. 566

novem-maculatus, 566

orbiculatus, 566

pilosus, 567

punctatus, 566

rivulatus, 566

sex-maculatus, 566

spinosissimus, 566

tigrinus, 566

triodricus, 566

Diploprion, (Kuhl & Van Hasselt) 106

bifasciatum, 106

Dipterodon, 178

Capensis, 178

héxacanthe, 107

ruber, 107

Discoboli, 499

Ditchæe, (Schn.) 437

Dondoo-paum, 530

Dog-fish, 631

Dondrum yellakah, 573

Donzelles, (French) 535

Doras, (Lacép.) 407

granulosus, 408

niger, 408

oxyrhyncus, 408

Dorosoma, (Rafin.) 438

Dorsch, of the Baltic, 484

Dorse, the 510

Dorsuaire, (Lacép.) 177

Drum, the 303

Dules, (Cuv.) 120

auriga, 120

rupestris, 120

tæniurus, 120

Echelus, (Rafin.) 523

Enchelyopus colias, 127

Echeneis, (L.) 503

lineata, 504

osteochir, 504

naucratus, 504

remora, 504

Echiquier, l', (Lacép.) 255

Eel, the common, 539

the conger, 524

eggs of the, 543

the electric, 532. 549

food of the, 542

habitat of the, 541

organization of the, 540

the snake, 526

tenkée, 616

Eels, (properly so called,) 523

Ekalah parah, 196

Elacate, (Cuv.) 189

Americana, 189

motta, 189

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Eleotris, (Gronov.) x. 241

dominatrix, 241

lanceolata, 238

noir, 241

Mauritii, 193

Elops, (L.) 443

(Commers.) 259

saurus, 423

Emoï, 130

Emissole commune, 602

tachetée de blanc, 602

Enchelyopus Americanus, 489

barbatus, 488

Engraulis, (Cuv.) 441

edentulus, 442

lemniscatus, 442

meletta, 441

Enoplosus, (Lacép.) 106

armatus, 106

Ephippii of India, 175

Ephippus, (Cuv.) 174

Argus, 324

gigas, 174

terla, 175

Epibulus, (Cuv.) 258

Epidesmus maculatus, 210

Epinephelus, 112

ciliatus, 144

marginalis, 113

merra, 112

ruber, 113

Epinoche, of the French, 287

Eques, (Bl.) 155

acuminatus, 155

Americanus, 155

balteatus, 155

punctatus, 155

Equula, (Cuv.) 200

caballa, 170

cara, 200

coma, 201

daura, 201

ensifera, 200

fasciata, 200

insidiatrix, 201

minuta, 201

ruconius, 201

splendens, 201

totta, 201

Eregoodoo-tenkée, 617

Erythrinus, (Gronov.) 446

tæniatus, 446

Esclave à six lignes, 121

Esoces, 388

Esox, (L.) (Cuv.) 389

alepidotus, 390

argenteus, 444

belone, 393. 449

boa, 391

Esox Brasiliensis, x. 395

chirocentre, 445

estor, 390

flavulus, 388

gymnocephalus, 446

hepsetus, 395

Lewini, 465

lucius, (pike.) 274. 389. 460

Malabaricus, 446

osseus, 449

ovinus, 388

pisciculus, 388

reticularis, 390

saurus, 394

sphyræna, 130

stomias, 392

synodus, 431. 443. 447

truttaceus, 390

viridis, 449

vulpes, 444

zonatus, 388

Etelis, (Cuv. & Val) 106

carbunculus, 106

Etmopterus aculeatus, 604

Exocetus, (L.) 395. 465

appendiculatus, 397

comatus, 397

exiliens, 396. 466

fasciatus, 396

furcatus, 397

mesogaster, 279. 396

Nuttalii, 397

volitans, 396. 465

Fahaca, the, 582

of the Arabs, 567

Fanfre of the sailors, 189

Faux merlan, 484

Falx Venetorum, 209

Fegaro, of the Genoese, 296

Fierasfer, 537

gymnotus, 534

Filar, why called, 544

Fi-fi, of the Isle of France, 286

Fish, the, 1. 661

the abdominal, 8

angel, 608

the apodal, 8

with armed cheeks, 133

articulation of the bones of, 51

balloon, 564

bones of, 58, 59

the brain of, 28. 71

Branchial system in osseous, 65

cartilaginous, 6

cartilage of the bones of, 52

of St. Christopher, 356

circulation of blood in, 87. 89

classification of, 10

the coal, 512

Z 2

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Fish, the common, x. 7

the cranium of, 54

deglutition of aliment of, 85

the ear of, 77

egg-roes of, 98

external organs of the senses of, 74

exterior of, 47

eyes of, 36

the eye of, 75

flat, 514

food supplied by, 33

fresh-water, 45

in general, supplement on, 25

globe, 564

growth of, 99

habitation of, 35

habits of, 34

head of, 3

hermaphrodites among, 96

Malacopterygian, 8

intestinal canal of, 85

manducation and teeth of, 82

the modern definition of, 27

moor, 569

muscles of, 67

muscle of the branchial apparatus of, 70

muscle of the jaws of, 68

muscles of the operculum of, 69

the myology of, 66

nerves of, 73

the nostrils of, 78

organs of generation of, 94

organs of nutrition of, 82

the organs of taste of, 79

the organs of touch in, 80

the ovaria of, 95

pelagian, 38

periodical blindness of, 37

of St. Peter, the, 199

the pharyngeal bones of, 60

properly so called, 6

pupil of the eye of, 76

respiration of, 90,91

the scales of, 81

secretions of, 92

the senses in, 29

sexual emotions of, 31

skeleton of osseous, 53. 64

snout of, 57

spleen of, 87

spawn of, 97

spiny globe, 566

stock, 514

the structure of, 49

sternum of, 63

sun, 569

the subbrachian, 8

taking of a flying, 41

Fish, taste in, x. 4

teeth of, 84

temperature of, 30

texture of the bones of, 50

trunk, 575

use of swim-bladder of, 93

vertebræ of, 3. 61

the vertical fins of, 62

Fishes, the nature of, 25

organisation of, 25

flat, 490

Fistularia, (Lin.) 266

Chinensis, 268

immaculata, 267

proper, (Lacép.) 267

paradoxa, 561

serrata, 267

tabacaria, 267

Fistularidæ, 266

Flag-man, 324

Flasco psaro, 567

Flounder, the rose-coloured, 492

Fundulus, (Lacép.) 387

Brasiliensis, 388

cænicolus, 387

fasciatus, 388

Gachua, of India, 364

Gadoïdes, 482

Gadus, (L.) 482

Æglefinus, 484

albidus, 489

Bacchus, 486

barbatus, 484. 511

blennoïdes, 484

brosme, 487

callarias, 484

carbonarius, 485

Cimbricus, 487

furcatus, 489

gracilis, 484

longipes, 489

luscus, 484

macrocephalus, 474

maculosus, 487

Magellanicus, 486

maraldi, 486

merlangus, 485

merluccius, 485

minutus, 484

molua, 486

morrhua, 483

mustela, 487

pollachius, 485

quinque-cirrhatus, 487

raninus, 489

Saida, 484

salaries, 230

lota, 486, 514

tau, 249

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Gadus tomcodus, x. 484

tricirrhatus, 487

trifurcatus, 489

virens, 485

Galanga, 246

Gal d'Alexandria, 197

Galaxias, (Cuv.) 390

Galeus, (Cuv.) 601

Gallus, (Cuv. 198

Gardon Le, 381

Gar-fish, 393

Gasterocephalus, (Bl.) 425

Gasterostei, the, 287

Gasterosteus, (Cuv.) 148

aculeatus, 149. 288.

argyropomus, 149

biculeatus, 149

brachycentrus, 149

Canadensis, 189

cataphractus, 149

ductor, 189

gymnurus, 149

Japonicus, 148

leiurus, 288

niger, 149

Noveboracensis, 149

Occidentalis, 191

ovatus, 191

quadracus, 149

spinarella, 138

spinochia, 149

trachurus, 149, 288

tetracanthus, 149

Gastrobranche dombey, 622

Gastrobranchus, (Bl.) 622

cœcus, 622. 660

Gastropelecus sternicla, 425

Gempylus the, 186. 346

coluber, 346

Prometheus, 346

serpens, 186. 346

with what connected, 207

Germon of the Biscayans, the, 183

of Gascony, 343

Genres, the genus, 321

aprion, 170

argyreus, 170

filamentosus, 170

lineatus, 170

Plumieri, 322

poieti, 170

rhombeus, 322

Gerrus, (Cuv.) 170

rhombeus, 170

Gherad el bahr, 283

Gilt-head, (of Pennant) 314

Girelle Duperry, 256

Gaymard, 255

Labiche, 255

Glut-eel, of the English, x. 524

Glyphisodon, (Lacép.) 161

asureus, 161

lachrymatus, 161

melanurus, 161

sparoïdes, 161

uniocellatus, 161

Gnaibi Coara, 156

Gnathobolus, (Schn.) 439

Gobiésoce testar, 501

Gobiesox, (Lacép) 500

Gobio, (Cuv.) 379

Gobioïde rubicunda, 239

Smyrnéen, 502

Gobioïdes, 228. 367

(Lacép.)238

Gobiomore dormeur, 241

Gronovien, 193

Gobiomoroïde pison, 240

Gobiomore taiboa, 241

Gobius, (Lin.) 235

proper, (Lacép. & Schn.) 236

the genus, 368

alepidotus, 238

auratus, 241

bato, 238

Boddarti, 238

bosc, 230

Broussonet, 238

boulereau, 368

capito, 237

changua, 238

cruentatus, 237

elongatus,

fluviatilis, 237

Gronovii, 193. 240

guiris, 238

josso, 237

Kælreuteri, 240

lagocephalus, 238

lanceolatus, 238

lota, 238

macrocephalus, 238

minutus, 237, 502

niger, 237, 368

ocellaris, 238

pisonis, 240, 241

oblongatus, 238

Plumieri, 238

Russellii, 238

Schlosseri, 240

striatus, 240

strigatus, 241

viridi-pallidus, 238

Gode mollet, 484

Ghomphosus, (Lacép.) 259

cæruleus, 259

Lacépède, 259

viridis, 259

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Gold-fish, x. 377. 456

Gonorynchus, (Gron.) 383

Gourami, the, 363

(Lacép.) 220

Grammistes, (Cuv.) 104

acuminatus, 155

Orientalis, 104

trivittatus, 156

Grig-eel, of the English, 524

Grumblers, (what called,) 134

Grystes, (Cuv.) 117

Macquariensis, 117

Guaperva, the, 198, 248

(Marcgr.) 176

Guarapuca, (Marcgr.) 185

Guaratereba, (Séb.) 196

Guavina, (Pam.) 241

Gudgeon, the, 458

Guebucu, (Marcgr.) 188

Gurgur, of Upper Egypt, 406

Gurnard, the grey, 279

the red, 278

the sapphirine, 279

Gurrah-parah, 198

Gymnarchus, (Cuv.) 534

Niloticus, 535

Gymnètre cépédien, 210

Gymnetrus, (Bloch.) 209

cepedianus, 211

Grillii, 211

Hawkenii, 211

Mediterraneus, 210

Russellii, 211

Gymnocephalus ruber, 112

Gymnodontes, 7

Gymnogaster, (Gronov.) 208

Arcticus, 210

Gymnomuréne cerclée, 528

Gymnothorax, (Bl.) 526

Gymnotus, (L.) 530

the genus, 547

acus, 534. 537

albifrons, 534

æquilabiatus, 533

albus, 533

anatomy of, 553

brachiurus, 533

electric power of, 550

electricus, 532. 548

fasciatus, 533

fierasfer, 534

macrourus, 533

mode of taking, 554. 557

notopterus, 441. 534

proper, (Lacép.) 532

rostratus, 534

shocks given by, 552

Gomphosus variegatus, 259

Gynodontes, 564

Haddock, the, x. 509

English, 484

Halé, the, 409

Hake, the, 513

Hæmulon, (Cuv.) 156

the genus, 305

caudimacula, 156

capenna, 156

chrysopterum, 156

elegans, 156

heterodon, 156

Harder, the, 193

Harpurus, (Forst.) 214

Hausen, 627

Hadou, of the French, 484

Heliasus, 161

Helostoma, 362

(Kuhl.) 219

Temmminckii, 219

Helotes, (Cuv.) 121

sexlineatus, 121

Hemilepidotus, (Cuv.) 141

Hemiramphus, (Cuv.) 394

Brasiliensis, 395

brevirostris, 394

Commersonii, 395

hepsetus, 395

longirostris, 394

marginatus, 394

Hemitripterus, (Cuv.) 141

Heniochus, (Cuv.) 174

macrolepidotus, 323

Hepatus of Rondelet, 312

Heptatremus, 659

Herder, (Shepherd) 193

Herrings, the, 474

migration of, 475, 476

proper, the, 435

Heterobranchus, (Geoff.) 408

bidorsalis, 409

Hippoglossus, (Cuv.) 494

Hippocampus, (Cuv.) 560

brevirostris, 560

guttulatus, 560

Hippos of Linnæus, 195

Histrophori, the, 351

Histrophorus Americanus, 352

Indicus, 352

Holocanthe, jaune & noir, 172

Holocanthus, (Lacép.) 175

arcuatus, 325

ciliaris, 325

imperator, 325

Lamarckii, 325

Holocentre, argentinus, 110

bleu, 113

calcarifer, 103

Chani, 110

cilié, 159

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Holocentre diacanthe, x. 160

gymnose, 113

heptadactyle, 103

jaune, 113

léopard, 114

négrillon, 160

noire, 205

océanique, 113

panthérin, 112

rabagi, 164

résmare, 113

siagonotus, 110

Sonnerat, 160

Thunburg, 124

Holocentrea, of Bloch, 112

Holocentrum, (Artedi) 123

diadema, 124

hastatum, 123

leo, 123

longipinne, 123

Orientale, 123

rubrum, 123

sammara, 124

sogho, 123

Holocentrus albofasciatus, 144

amicalis, 176

Argus, 110

auratus, 112

Bengalensis, 114

cæruleo punctatus, 112

fasciatus, 110

Lamarck, 176

marinus, 110

lanceolatus, 113

Maroccanus, 110

ongus, 113

punctatus, 112

quinquelineatus, 114

quadrilineatus, 121

salmonoïdes, 113

servus, 120

Surinamensis, 158

tigrinus, 113

unicolor, 114

virescens, 110

Hologymnoses, (Lacép.) 255

Huro, (Cuv. & Val) 105

nigricans, 105

Hydrargyre swampine, 388

Hydrocyon, (Cuv.) 428

brevidens, 429

falcirostris, 428

faucille, 428

hepsetusm, 428

lucius, 429

scomberoïdes, 429

Hyodon, (Lesueur) 445

clodalus, 446

Hypopthalmus edentatus, 404

Hypopthalmus nuchalis, x. 404

Hypostoma, (Lacép.) 414

etentaculatum, 414

Ikan-Karbauw, 324

Ikan-layer, (fan-fish,) 352

Ikan-sumpit, 328

Isabelita, 175

Isakurrah Tenkee, 614

Ischnosoma bicirrhosum, 448

Istiophorus, (Lacép.) 188

Isurus oxyrhynchus, 601

Jacaraqua, 161

Jacob Evertsen, 112

Jaguaraco of Marcg. 123

Jangartoo, (Russell) 437

Jara dandrée parah, 196

Jerré potoo, 498, 499

Jinagow, (Russ.) 443

Joel, (Rondel.) 227

Johnius, (Bl.)153

anei, 153

of Bloch, 302

cataleus, 153

guttatus, 112

humeralis, 153

karutta, 153

maculatus, 153

pama, 153

regalis, 152

ruber, 152

saxatilis, 154

Senegalensis, 153

xanthurus, 154

Julis, (Cuv.) 254

cæruleo-cephalus, 256

crotaphus, 255

Gioffredi, 254

Turcica, 254. 256

vulgaris, 254

Jura sucker, 500. 518

Karasche, (Geoffr.) 406

Katalai, 302

Katchelé, 302

Katelé, 302

Kingisch, of the Anglo-Americans, 154

Kiphose double bosse, 178

Kitt, of the English, 496

Klip bagre, 408

Kohl-fisch, 485

Kolinska, of the Russians, 290

Koma sorra, 607

Komé, (Russell) 439

Konam, (Russell) 185

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Kuddera, (Russ.) x. 394

Kuguroo-parah, 196

Kunnesee, the, 224

Kurra Wodagahwah, (Russ.) 195

Kurtus, (Bloch) 357

(Cuv.) 203

argenteus, 180

cornutus, 204

Indicus, 204

Kurwa, (Russell) 166

Kyphose, 177

Labeo, (Cuv.) 380

Labrax, (Pall.) 244

(Cuv.) 102

decagrammus, 244

hexagrammus, 244

of the Greeks, 103

Japonicus, 103

monopterygius, 244

lagocephalus, 244

lineatus, 103

lupus, (Cuv.) 102. 273

mucronatus, 103

octogrammus, 244

superciliosus, 244

Waigiensis, 103

Labre argenté, 256

anguleux, 124

ceinturé, 255

chapelet, le, 164

Commersonien, 157

deux croissants, 253

diagramme, 253

Diane, 253

ennéacanthe, 253

fuligineux, 253

hébraique, 256

hérissé, 253

hololépidote, 152

iris, 119

large queue, 253

large raie, 146. 263

lisse, 114

long museau, 170

macrocéphale, 166

macroptère, 119

macrogastère, 161

malaptéronote, 253

marbré, 118

neustrien, 252

parterre, 255

filamenteux, 262

Plumiérien, 156

quinze épines, 262

sagittaire, 180

salmoide, 117

six-bandes, 161

Labre sparoïde, x. 119

tenioure, 255

tetracanthe, 127

trilobé, 255

Labrus, (Lin.) 251

the genus, 370

Adriaticus, 110

albovittatus, 255

Americanus, 253

auritus, 119

ballan, 252

bergilta, 251

bifasciatus, 256

bivittatus, 255

Brasiliensis, 255, 256

burgal, 258

carneus, 252

chanus, 110

chloropterus, 255

chogset, 258

chromis, 155. 303

chrysops, 258

cruentatus, 120

cyanocephalus, 255

exoletus, 257

fasciatus, 253

fuscus, 257

gibbus, 257

grunniens, 155

guttatus, 255

hassec, 253

bepatus, 110

hiatula, 263

inermis, 253

jaculator, 180

Japonicus, 158

julis, 254

Lapina, 257

leopardus, 113

lunaris, 256

lineatus, 252

lunula, 253

macrolepidotus, 255

maculatus, 251, 252

malopterus, 255

Margaritiferus, 255

melagaster, 253

melops, 257

merula, 252

mola, 255

niger, 306

Niloticus, 262

obliquus, 153

ocellatus, 257

octolineatus, 114

ornatus, 255

palloni, 257

perca, 257

punctatus, 262

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Labras quinquemaculatus, x. 257

rubens, 257

scarus, 253

Sinkii, 258

spalatensis, 257

squeteague, 152. 300

tetrodon, 256

tinea, 252. 257

trichopterus, 220

trimaculatus, 252

turdus, 252

unimaculatus, 257

variegataus, 252

venosus, 257

versicolor, 164

vetula, 252

violaceus, 258

virescens, 258

viridis, 252. 256

Labyrinthiform Pharyngeals, 217

Lachnolaimus, (Cuv.) 254

caninus, 254

suillus, 254

Læviraia, (Salv.) 613

Lamayellaka, 572

Lamies, (Fr.) 600

Lampreys, the, 618. 654

Lamprillon, 623

Lampries, (Retzius) 200

guttatus, 200

Lamproyon, 623

Lates, (Cuv.) 103

of the Ancients, 103

Niloticus, 103. 273

nobilis, 103

Latté, (Russ.) 175

Latus, of the Ancients, 103

Lavaret, false name of, 421

Lebias, (Cuv.) 387

ellipsoïdea, 387

fasciata, 387

rhomboïdalis, 387

Leiche, the, (Brouss.) 605

Laborde, 606

Leiostome queue jaune, 154

Lepadogaster, 517

(Gouan.) 499. 500. 517

balbis, 500. 518

Decandolle, 500

dentex, 501

Candolii, 518

proper, 500

rostratus, 500. 517

Wildenou, 500

Lepidoleprus, (Risso) 489

cœlorhyncus, 490

trachyrhyncus, 490

Lepidope argenté, 207

of Péron, 207

Cuv. Index.

Lepidopus, (Gouan.) x. 207

argyreus, 207. 346

Lepiscanthus, of Lacépède, 147. 287

Lepisostée spatule, 449

Lepisosteus, (Lacèp.) 448

Lepodus saragus, 178, 179

Leptocephalus, (Pennant) 535

Morissii, 535

Leptocéphale Spallanzani, 529

Lepturus, (Artedi) 208

Lethrinus, the, 166. 318

Leyognathe argenté, 200

Leuciscus, (Klein.) 381

Liehe, the, (Brouss.) 605

sineuse, 190

Lichia, (Cuv.) 190

sinuosa, 190

Licone de mer, 5l9

Ling, the, 486. 514

Linguatula, (Rondel) 498

Liparis, 521

(Artedi) 502

Loache, pond, 384

Lobotes, (Cuv.) 158

Surinamensis, 306

Loche d'étang, 384

Lonchuri, the, 154

Lonchurus ancylodon, 152. 301

barbatus, 154. 301

Lophe cheronecte, 248

Lophie fauyas, 249

Lophius barbatus, 247

budecassa, 246

bufo, 249

Cornubicus, 247

dubius, 250

gibbus, 247

histrio, 247, 248

histrio ocel. 248

histrio pictus, 247

monopterygius, 247

parvipinnis, 246

pictus, 248

piscatorius, 246. 369

raninus, 248

ruber, 249

setigerus, 246

steilatus, 249

vespertilio, 248

viviparus, 246

Lophobranchii, the, 7. 558

Lophotes, (Giorna) 212

cepedianus, 213

Lopius, proper, (Lin.) 245

Loricaria cataphracta, 414

(L.) 413

cirrhosa, 414

plecostomus, 414

proper, 414

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Loricaria rostrata, x. 414

setigera, 414

Lota, 514

(Cuv.) 486

elongata, 486

molva, 514

Ludo-perca, (Cuv.) 109

Americana, 109

sandra, 109. 274

Lumpsucker, 519

Lumpus, 501

Lupus, of the Romans, 103

Lutjan of Cayenne, 152

diacanthe, 153

gymnocéphale, 108

hexagone, 124

microstome, 157

triangle, 152

perchot, 160

trilobé, 117

Lutjans (of Bloch,) the, 112

Lutjanus acutirostris, 115

bidens, 257

erythropterus, 115

hasta, 157

Lamarckii, 258

lunulatus, 112

luteus, 157

lutjanus, 115

Mediterraneus, 257

Norvegicus, 257

notatus, 258

rostratus, 257

rupestris, 257

Surinamensis, 157

trifasciatus, 160

verres, 257

virescens, 257

viridens, 258

Luvarus imperialis, 203

Lymne (Lacép.) 615

Macabi, (Parra) 444

Mackerel, the, 181

the bastard, 355

cerebellum of, 72

the common, 38. 181

derivation of, 333

the genus, 330

the little, 182

swim-bladder of, 93

Macquaria, from Australia, 307

Macrognate armé, 191

Macrognathus, 354

pancalus, 191

(Lacép.) 191

Macropode vert doré, 219

Macropodus, 362

(Lacép.) 219

Macropteronote brun, x. 409

Macropteronotes, (Lacép.) 409

magur, 409

Macroramphose (Lacép.) 268

Macrourus, (Bloch.) 489

rupestris, 490

Maculato-striatus, 566

Mœna, (Cuv.) 168

die genus, 321

jusculum, 169

radiata, 169

vulgaris, 168

Mœnidia, of Brown, 228. 395

Maigre, the, 292

at Aunis, 151

brulé, 152

of the Cape, 152

Mais-parah, 197

Makaira, (Lacép.) 188

blackish, 188

Mal, of the Swedes, 401

Malacanthus, (Cuv.) 263

Malacopterygian family, the, 21

Malacopterygians, what called, 48

Malacopterygii, 7

abdominales, 279. 374. 451

apodes, 522. 539

subrachiati, 482

Malapterurus, (Lacép.) 411

Mallotus, (Cuv.) 420

Malthe, (Cuv.) 248

angusta, 249

nasuta, 248

notata, 249

stellata, 249

truncata, 249

Manatia, (Lac.) 617

Mangelang, (Russell,) 185

Mango-fish, 129

Manti-bukaropaumu, 529

Marqueraux batardo, 195

Marulke, 144

Mastacembelus, 354

(Gronov.) 192

Matejuelo blanco, 263

Mégalope filamenteuse, 443

Megalops, (Lacép.) 442

cepedianus, 439

notatus, 439

oglina, 439

Meleagris, (Sh.) 577

Mené (Lacép.) 201

Mené, Anne Caroline, 201

Merlan, 486

Merlangus, 485

the, 611

carbonarius, 512

pollachius, 513

vulgaris, 511

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Merle, the, x. 205

Merluccius, 485. 513

barbatus, 489

Merous, the, 111

Menides, 168

Mesoprion, 115

(Cuv.) 114

buccanella, 115

cynodon, 115

lunulatus, 115

monostygma, 115

quinque lineatus, 115

rangus, 115

rapilli, 115

sillao, 115

unimaculatus, 115

uninotatus, 115. 253

Meunier, le, 381

Microptére Dolomieu, 159

Micropterus, (Lacép.) 159

Microstoma, (Cuv.) 391

Micrura, (Bl.) 616

Miller's-thumb, the, 280

Mobular, 617

Mocharra, in South America, 170

Molinesia, (Lesueur.) 388

latipinna, 388

Moile, 488

Monacanthus, (Cuv.) 573

Monk-fish, 640

Monocentris, (Bl. Schn.) 147

of Bloch, 287

Japonica, 148

Monoceros, (Bl. Sch.) 216

Monochir, (Cuv.) 498

théophile, 499

Monodactyle falciforme, 177

Monopterus, (Com. & Lacép.) 529

Javanensis, 529

Mookalee parah, 191

Mookarrah tenkée, 616

Moon-fish, the, 200

Moringa, of the Antilles, 527

Mormyrus (L.) 397

anguilloïdes, 398

bané, 399

de Belbey's, 399

cannume, 398

caschive, 398

cyprinoïdes, 399

de Denderah, 398

dorsalis, 399

d'Hasselquist, 398

labiatus, 399

oxyrinque, 398

de Salheyhe, 399

Morrhua, 483

Motella, (Cuv.) 487

Æglefinus, 509

Mourines, the, x. 615

Mucu, the, 208

Mud-fish, 388

Mugil, (Lin.) 222

the genus, 365

albula, 224. 367

appendiculatus, 225. 443

auratus, 224

cæruleo-maculatus, 225

capito, 224

cascasia, 225

cephalus, 223. 365

chanos, 225

chelo, 226

Christian, 225

cinereus, 225

cirrhostomus, 225

corsula, 224

of Forsk, 224

crenilabis, 225

Ferrandi, 225

labeo, 225

lineatus, 224

niger, 226

parsia, 225

peradak, 225

Plumieri, 224

saliens, 367

salmoneus, 225. 443

saltator, 224

Mugiloïdes, the, 222

Mugilomore, Ann Caroline, 255. 443

Mullet, the mountain, 367

Mullets, king of the, 107

Mullers, (Lin.) 131

Mullus, (properly so called,) 132

barbatus, 132. 277

bifasciatus, 132

imberbis, 107

multibande, 132

Russellii, 132

surmuletus, 132. 278

trifasciatus, 132

vittatus, 132

Muræna, (L.) 522

(Lacép.) 523

(Thunb.) 526

the genus, 539

anguilla, 524

annulata, 526

Balearica, 525

cæca, 529

Cassini, 525

catenatus, 528

Christini, 528

colubrina, 522. 526

conger, 524. 554

the common, 527. 546

favaginea, 527

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Muræna fasciata, x. 526

grisea, 547

Helena, 527.546

longicollis, 524

maculosa, 526

Meleagris, 527

moringa, 527

myrus, 524, 525

mystax, 525

nebulosa, 528

nigra, 525

ondulé, 528

ophis, 526

patherina, 527. 547

picta, 527

pintade, 527

pratbernon, 527

proper, 546

punctata, 527

saga, 528

savanna, 525

serpens, 526

sordida, 528

strongylodon, 525

talabou, 525

unicolor, 527

zebra, 528

Murænoïdes, (Lacép.) 232

Murænophis, (Lacép.) 526, 527

saga, 528

colubrina, 526

Murenophis étoilé, 528

gris, 527

Mustela fusca, 487

maculata, 487

Mustelus, (Cuv.) 601

Muttah, (Russell,) 222

Myletes, (Cuv.) 427

brachypomus, 427

duriventris, 427

Hasselquistii, 428

macropomus, 427

paco, 427

rhomboïdalis, 427

Myliobatis, (Dum.) 615

bovina, 616

marginata, 616

Myripristris, (Cuv.) 124

Jacobus, 124

Japonicus, 124

parvidens, 124

Mysticetus, of Aldrovandus, 490

Mystus, (Arted. & Lin.) 402

Myxine, (L.) 620

glutinosa, 622

Myxodes, (Cuv.) 231

Nallatemerce, 6. 11

Naseus, the genus, 359

Naseus brevirostris, x. 216

Carolinarum, 216

(Commer.) 216

fronticornis, 216

incornis, 216

tandock, 216

tuber, 216

tumifrons, 216

Nason loupe, 216

Natoo, (Russ.) 442

Naucrates, (Rafin.) 189

the genus, 352

ductor, 352

Nez, le (French), 600

Niphons, (Cuv. & Val.) 106

Niphon spinosus, 106

Niqui, of Pison, 250

Nettasoma melanura, 528

Nomeus, (Cuv.) 193

Mauritii, 193

with what confounded, 193

Norée nalaka, 495

Nonnat, what called, 227

Notacanthus, 354

(Bl.) 192

nasus, 192

Notaptère kapirat, 441

Notemigonus, (Rafin.) 438

Notidanus, (Cuv.) 602

Notistium, (Herman), 188

Notoptère capirat, 534

fontanes, 537

Notopterus, (Lacép.) 440

Novacula coryphæna, 261

Oblada, (Cuv.) 168, 320

communis, 168

Odax, (Cuv.) 265

Odontognathe aiguillonné, 440

Odontognathus, (Lacép.) 439

Oligopodus, (Lacép.) 206

Officier, 1', 484

Olistus, (Cuv.) 197

Olivaceus, (Brunn.) 257

Ombrina Fournieri, 155

Omalius de Hallois, 623

Ompok siluroïde, 402

Opah, of Pennant, the, 200

Ophicephali, the, 364

Ophicephalus auranticus, 222

(Bl.) 221

barca, 222

chena, 222

lata, 222

gachua, 222

marginatus, 222. 364

marulius, 222

punctatus, 222

sola, 222

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Ophicephalus sowara, x. 222

striatus, 222

Ophidie, chinoise, 211

Ophidium, (L.) 635

aculeatum, 191

barbatum, 536, 537

blacodes, 537

brevibarbe, 536

dentatum, 537

glesne, 211

imberbe, 537

ocellatum, 537

Vassali, 536

virile, 537

Ophiognathus, (Harwood,) 531

ampullaceus, 531

Ophis hyala, 526

long-museau, 526

Ophisurus, (Lacép.) 525

atternan, 526

guttatus, 526

ophis, 526

Opistognathus, (Cuv.) 233

Sonnerati, 233

Orcynus, (Cuv.) 183

Oreosoma, the, 290

(Cuv.) 150

Orphie, (Belone,) 393

Orthagoriscus, (Schn.) 569

oblongus, 569. 570

hispidus, 569

spinosus, 570

varius, 569

Osmere à bandes, 431

galonné, L', 431

Osmeri, (Lacép.) 428

Osmerus, (Arted.) 419

the sub-genus, 474

Osphromene Gal, 220

Osphromenus, (Commerson.) 219. 363

notatus, 220

olfax, 220

vittatus, 220

Osteoglossum, (Vandellii) 448

Osteorinque fleurieu, 107

Ostracion, (L.) 575

arcus, 577

auritus, 577

bicaudalis, 576

bicuspis, 576

concatenatus, 576

cornutus, 577

cubicus, 577

diaphanus, 577

gibbosus, 577

lentiginosus, 577

nasus, 577

punctatus, 577

quadricornis, 576

stellifer, 576

Ostracion trigonus, x. 576

triqueter, 576, 577

tuberculatus, 577

turritus, 577

Otolithi, the, 152

Otolithus, 299

(Cuv.) 152

guatucupa, 152

regalis, 152

rhomboïdalis, 152

ruber, 152. 300

striatus, 152

versicolor, 152

Otter pike, of the English, 126

Ovum, Commersonii, 569

Ovoïde fusée, 569

Oxycephas scabrus, 490

Pacu, (Spix.) 424

Pagellus, 315

(Cuv.) 164

erythrinus, 316

Pagrus, 164

acarne, 165

bogaraveo, 165

calamus, 164

centrodontus, 165

erythrinus, 165

lithognathus, 164

mormyrus, 165

penna, 164

totus argenteus, 322

vulgaris, 164. 315

Palasorrah, the, 600

Pamples, what called, 202

Panieri, 218

Paningu, (Renard,) 215

Pantouflier, (Res.) 607

Panura, (Marcgr.) 230

Paralepis, (Cuv.) 131

Parring, of the Moluccas, 445

Parrot-fishes, 264

Pastinaca, (Adans.) 613

grabatus, 615

runsua, 615

Pêche lait, the, 193

naire, of Pondicherry, 103

pierre, 152. 299

Pectorales pediculati, 245

Pedakomé, (Russell,) 439

Pedda mottah, 189

poorawah, 442

Pegasus, (L.) 561

draco, 562

laternarius, 562

natans, 562

volans, 562

Pégouze, (Rondel.) 498

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Pégouse, of Risso, x. 499

Peis-rei of Languedoc, 294

Pei S. Pierre, 518

poure, 517

Peisrey of Languedoc, 151

Pelates, (Cuv.) 121

quinque lineatus, 121

Pelor filamentosum, 285

horrida, 285

Pelors, 146

obscurum, 147

Pempheris, (Cuv.) 179

the genus, 328

mangula, 180

Molucca, 180

touea, 179

Pennatula filosa, 187

Pentapoda, 166

Pentapus vittatus, 318

Peprilus, (Cuv.) 202

crenulatus, 203

Kurtus allied to, 203

Perca, (Cuv.) 102

(Linnæus), 101

acerina, 119

acuta, 102

Antarctica, 194

asper, (Lin.) 105

aurata, 159

bilineata, 105

bimaculata, 262

cabrilla, 110

ciliata, 102

cernua, (Lin.) 116

chrysoptera, 156

cirrhosa, 143

cottoïdes, 146

diagramma, 158

elongata, 103

flavescens, 102

fluvialis, 102

fluviatilis (Perch), 271. 574

formosa, 156

gigas, (Gm.) 112

gracilis, 102

granulata, 102

grunniens, 157

guttata, 112

juba, 157

labrax, (Lin.) 102. 273

lineata, 107

lucio-perca, 109. 274

maculata, 112

marginata, 102

marina, 110. 144

Mitchilli, 103

nigra, 205

Nilotica, 103. 273. 294

Norvegica, 144

ocellata, 152

Perca pertusa, x. 158

picta, 158

Plumieri, 102

prognathus, 117

pusilla, 199

saltatrix, 194

saxatilis, 103

scandens, 218

Schraitzer, 116

scriba, 110

sorrato granulata, 102

trifurca, 117

undulata, 153

unimaculata, 163

varia, 117

variabilis, 144

Volgensis, 100

zingel, 105

Perch, the, 101

black, 117

cerebellum of, 72

the common, 102

cranium of the, 55

the pond, 119

the, (properly called so,) 102

sea, (commonly called,) 110

triple-tailed black, 306

Percha pulchella, 124

Percis, (Bl. Sch.) 126

cancellata, 127

colias, 127

cylindrica, 127

maculata, 127

ocellata, 127

semifasciata, 127

Percoïdes, the, 101

the abdominal, 129

genera linked to the, 19

the jugular, 125

supplement on, 270

thoracic, 101

Percophis, (Cuv.) 127

Brasilianus, 127

Fabre, 127

Periopthalmus, (Schn.) 239

papilio, 243

ruber, 240

Peristedion, (Lacép.) 137

Perro colorado, 257

Persèque pentacanthe, 105

triacanthe, 105

vanloo, (Risso) 296

Pesce balestra, 571

Pes-Espada, of Monte Video, 347

Petromyzon, (L.) 618. 657

argenteus, 620

branchialis, 620. 623

cirrhatus, 622

fluvialis, 620

marinus, 620

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Petromyzon planeri, x. 620. 623

rouge, 623

sucet, 620

Phaëton œthereus, 42

Phalangista, (Pall.) 140

Phalangistes acipenserinus, 140

fusiformis, 140

loricatus, 140

Pharyngeals, labyrinthiform, 360

Pholis, (Artedi) 230

Phycis, (Art. & Schn.) 488

of the ancients, 236

blenoïdes, 489

fusca, 489

Mediterraneus, 488

ranina, 489

tinca, 488, 489

Piabucus, (Cuv.) 425

Picarel commun, le, 169

raillard, 170

Pike, the, 460

of America, 104

of Chalons, 461

the common, 389

frog, 464, 465

length of the, 463

perch, the, 109. 274

Pikes, king of the, 465

Pilot, the, 352

the common, 194

Pilot-fish, 189

Piméloptère bosquien, 178

Pimelepterus, (Lacép.) 177

Pimélode aboureal, 403

scheilan, 406

Pimelodus, (Lacép.) 177

aor, 403

bilineatus, 403

biscutatus, 406

carasius, 403

carcio, 403

Cranchii, 468

conirostris, 406

Cyvlopum, 468

gagata, 406

genidens, 405

Herzbergii, 405

gulio, 403

maculatus, 404

membranaceus, 406

namdia, 405

nangra, 403

octo-cirrhus, 405

pirinamp, 405

properly so called, 404

sebæ, 405

silondia, 407

synodontes, 406

Piméloptère du Cap, 178

Pimelopterus marciac, x. 178

Pinguipes, (Cuv.) 127

Brasilianus, 127

Pinnæ spuriæ, 181

Piquitinga, (Marcg.) 395. 442

Pira aca, 574

Plagiostomi (Desm.) 594

Plaice, the, 492

Platax, the, 176. 326

Platessa, (Cuv.) 492. 514

achirus, 499

aquosus, 496

aramaca, 497

Argus, 497

bilineatus, 499

Borealis, 493

Boscii, 496

cardina, 496

Commersonien, 498

flesus, 514

hippoglosus, 494

hirtus, 496

jerreus, 498

lævis, 496

lascaris, 498

latus, 493

limanda, 494

limanoïdes, 495

lineatus, 499

macrolepidotus, 495. 496

maculosus, 496

mancus, 597

maximus, 495

mollis, 499

nudus, 496

ocellatus, 498

Orientalis, 498

Pan, 498

passer, 493

plagiusa, 498

platessa, 514

pola, 493

punctatus, 496

rhombus, 326. 495

Rondeletii, 491

solea, 497

trichodactylus, 499

triocellatus, 496

unimaculatus, 496

sebra, 491

Platycephalus, (Bl.) 142

dormitator, 142. 241

endractensis, 142

sexatilis, 142

sihamus, 123

spatula, 243

undecimalis, 142

Platyptera melanocephala, 244

trigonocephala, 244

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Platypterus, (Kuhl. & Van Hasselt.) x. 244

Platystacus anguillaris, 410

(Bl.) 411

cotylephorus, 413

lævis, 413

verrucosus, 413

Plectognathi, the, 7. 563

what called, 19

Plectropoma, (Cuv.) 114

puella, 114

melanoleucum, 114

Plectorynque, (Lacép.) 157

Plectropome ponctué, 114

Plesiops, (Cuv.) 263

Pleuronectes, (L.) 491

adalah, 495

arel, 499

diaphanus, 497

erumei, 495

flesus, 493

lunatus, 497

mangilii, 498

microchirus, 498

nalaka, 496

ornatus, 517

planus, 494

plagiusa, 499

plagusiæ, 499

platessa, 492

podas, 497

potoüs, 499

rhomboïdes, 497

rhombus, 516

stellatus, 494

Plotosus, (Lacép.) 409

cæsius, 410

Pœcilia, (Schn.) 387

cænicola, 387, 388

calaritana, 387

multilineata, 387

fasciata, 388

Schneideri, 387

Surinamensis, 387

unimacula, 387

vivipara, 387

Pogonate doré, 305

Pogonathe courbine, 155

doré, 154

Pogonatus auratus, 412

courbin, 412

Pogoniæ, the, 302

Pogonias, (Lacép.) 154

fascé, 154

Poisson loup, 462

St. Pierre, 356

Poissons, histoire naturelle des, 11. 12

Pole of Belon, the, 498

Pollock, the, 485. 513

Polooso-parah, x. 196

Polyacanthus, 362

(Kuhl.) 218

Polydactyle plumier, 130

Polynemus, (Lin.) 129

Americanus, 130

decadactylus, 130

enneadactylus, 130

Niloticus, 378

Paradiseus, 129

plebeius, 130

quinquarius, 129

sextarius, 130

tetradactylus, 130

uronemus, 130

Polyodon, (Lac.) 591

feuille, 591

Polyprion, (Cuv.) 116

cernium, 117

Polypterus, (Geoffr.) 449

bichir, 450

Senegalus, 450

Pomacanthus, (Cuv.) 176

Pomacentre croissant, 173

paon, 160

Pomacentrus, (Quoy & Gaym.) 160

(Lacép.) 160

emarginatus, 160

punctatus, 160

Pomatome Skib, 194

Pomatomus, (Riss.) 107

telescope, 108

Pomolobus, (Rafin.) 438

Pomotis vulgaris, 119

(Cuv.) 119

Poorwa, (Russ.) 442

Porcus bayad, 403

Pounder, the, 443

Poure, 572

Premnas, (Cuv.) 160

unicolor, 160

Prêtre, le, 227

Priacanthus, (Cuv.) 119

Prieglers of Holstein, 332

Priodon, (Cuv.) 216

annularis, 216

Prionotes, 136

Prionure microlépidote, 215

Prionurus, (Lacép.) 215

Pristigaster, (Cuv.) 440

Cayanus, 440

tardoore, 440

Pristopoma, (Cuv.) 156

caripa, 157

coro, 157

guoraca, 157

hasta, 157

nageb, 157

paikelli, 157

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Pristis, (Lath.) x. 608

antiquoruni, 608. 641

cirrhatus, 608

cuspidatus, 608

microdon, 608

pectinatus, 608

semi-sagittatus, 608

Psettus Commersonii, 177

rhombeus, 177

sebœ, 177

Pteraclie, (Gronov.) 206

velifer, 206

Pterois, (Cuv.) 144

Pyra pixanga, 112

Quiebra-acha, 191

Raascb, the, 411

Raie, fabronienne, la, 617

Raia, (Cuv.) 612

aquila, 616. 651. 653

aspera, 613

asterias, 613

Banksiana, 653

batis, 612. 650

cephaloptera, 617

clavata, 612. 614. 649

flagellum, 616

fullonica, 613

giorna, 617

Gesneri, 614

halavi, 610

Jamaicensis, 615

Jussieui, 616

lymna, 614

maclura, 615

manatia, 653

miraletus 613

Nieuhowii, 616

narinari,616

oculata aspera, 612

orbicularis, 615

oxyrhincus major, 612, 613

pastinaca, 614. 651

quadriloba, 616

rostellata, 613

rubus, 612

radula, 613

sabina, 614

sephen, 614

timlei, 611

torpedo, 611

undulate, 613

Raie Banksienne, 617

bordée, 613

chardon, 613

chinoise, 610, 611

croisée, la, 616

Cuvier, 613

Cuv. Index.

Raie giorna, x. 617

lentillat, 613

ondée, 613

tuberculéc, 614

Raii, of the Nile, 428

Ramado of Nice, the, 224

Raniceps, 489

Rason l'écluse, 261

Ray, rough, 612. 649

the sting, 614

Rays, 643

Raxor-fish, 261

Regalec lancéolé, 211

Regalecus glesne, 211

maculatus, 210

remipes, 211

Requin (French), 599

à nageoires noires, 600

Rhina, (Sch.) 610

ancylostomus, 610

Rhinchobdella, (Bl. Schn.) 191

aral, 191

Rhinobatus, (Schn.) 609

Djiddensis, 609

electricus, 610

lævis, 609

rhinobatus, 610

thouin, 610

Rhinoptera, the, 616

Rhombus, 515

(Cuv.) 495

barbatus, 516

candidissimus, 497

polus, 498

maximus, 515

Rhynchobdella, 354

halepensis, 192

Orientalis, 191

Riband-fish, 206

Rinelepis aspera, 414

Roblots of Picardy, 332

Roschal, the, 429

Rouge-gueule, 305

Roussette, of Gunner, 598

Roussea at Marseilles, the 165

Rypticus, (Cuv.) 116

arenatus, 116

Sabran of Commerson, 445

Sabre of Commerson, 445

Saccopharynx, (Mitchell) 531

flagellum, 531

Sagre, the, (Brouss.) 604

Saids, the, 484

Sailors, the, 351

Saïris hians, 394

(Rafin) 394

Salanx, (Cuv.) 392

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Salarias, (Cuv.) x. 231

quadripinnis, 231

Salema, (Marcgr.) 163

Salmlet, of the English, 418

Salmo, (L.) 415. 468

Ægyptius, 430

alpinus, 418

albula, 422

anostomus, 425

argentinus, 425

Badi, 431

bimaculatus, 425, 426

falcatus, 428

dupeoïdes, 422

conirostris, 431

curima, 424

cyprinoïdes, 424. 430

dentex, 428. 429

edentulus, 424

eperlanus, 420. 474

fœtens, 431

fario, 418

filamentosus, 433

fasciatus, 424

Frederici, 424

gibbosus, 425

Grænlandicus, 420

hamatus, 416

hucho, 417

intermedius, 431

Lemanus, 417

marœnula, 422

maræna, 422

marmoratus, 418

melanurus, 425

Mexicanus, 431

microps, 431

minutus, 431

myops, 431

Niloticus, 428. 430

odoe, 428

ophiodon, 431

oxyrhincus, 421

peled, 423

punctatus, 418

rhomboïdes, 426

Schiefermulleri, 416

salar, 416. 468

salvelinus, 418

sauras, 431.447

sikus, 423

silus, 423

tæniurus, 424

thymallus, 421

thymallus latus, 422

truncatus, 431

trutta, 417

tumbil, 431

umbla, 419

Salmo unimaculatus, x. 424

Wartmanni, 422

Salmon, entrance into rivers of, 469

growth of, 473

maxillary bones of, 56

shoals of, 470

spawning of, 472

rapid swimming of, 471

Salmon-trout, 417

Salmone varié, 431

Salmonidæ, 415

Saltator, (Commers.) 231

Saluth of the Swiss, 401

Salviani, 162

Sandkruyper of Renard, 142

Sansonnets, of the French, 182

of Normandy, 332

Sarda, (Cuv.) 184

of Rondelet, 185

Sar de Toulon, 310

Sardes à plumes, 164

Sardine de la Martinique, 437

Sargue de Rondelet, Le, 162

Sargus, (Cuv.) 162

annularis, 162

raucus, 162

Rondeletii, 309, 310

vulgaris, 162

Sarikulla, (Russ.) 153

Sauclet, of Languedoc, 227

Saumoneau, of the Rhine, 418

Saurel, the, 355

Saurels, 195

Sauras, (Cuv.) 430

maximus, 443

Savala, (Russell) 208

Savalli, the, 443

Savonnier, 116

Saw-fish, 641

Scampino, of Sardinia, 336

Scarcina argyrea, 207

imperialis, 210

quadrimaculata, 210

Scare bridé, 265

denticulé, 265

ennéacanthe, 265

Scarus, (Lin.) 263

cæruleus, 265

Capitaneus, 265

Catesby, 265

chadri, 265

chloris, 265

chrysopterus, 265

coccineus, 265

Cretensis, 264

creticus, 264. 371

gallus, 220. 266

with blue jaws, great, 265

guacamaia, 265

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Scarus loro, x. 265

psittacus, 265

pullus, 266

Schlosseri, 180

spinidens, 265

tæniopterus, 265

vetula, 265

viridis, 265

Scatharus, 320

Sclerodermata, 7

Scheid of the Germans, 401

Schelfisch, (Anderson) 484

Schilbe, 402

Sciæna proper, (Cuv.) 151

the, 292

aquila, 293. 296

argyrea, 170

barbata. 302

cirrhosa, 154. 294, 295

coro, 157

cylindrica, 127

diacantha, 102

formosa, 113

fusca, 155

guterina, 157

ghanam, 159

gigas, 155

grandoculis, 164

harak, 166

hamruhr, 120

hololepidota, 298

imberbis, 152

jaculatrix, 180

Japonica, 148

jerbua, 120

kasmira, 114

lineata, 103

macrolepidota, 241

maculata, 241

mahsena, 166

Malabarica, 123

murdjan, 124

nageb, 157

nebulosa, 154

nigra, 152, 153. 294. 295

pama, 299

Plumieri, 102

sammara, 124

shotaf, 157

spinifera, 123

umbra, (Cuv.) 151. 295

undecimalis, 104

Sciéne rayée, 105

Sciænoïdes, the, 150. 291

genera linked to the, 19

Sclerodermes, 570

Scolopsides, the, (Cuv.) 159. 306

kurita, 159

lycogenis, 159

Scolopsides kate, x. 159

Schomber, the genus, 330

(Cuv.) 181

aculeatus, 191

alalonga, 183

amia, 190

atun, 186

bisus, 184

brachypterus, 183

calcar, 190

canagurta, 182

carangus, 196

chloris, 193

chrysos, 196

cobias, 182

colias, 335

Commersonii, 185

cordyla, 195

coretta, 183

crumenopthalmus, 195

dentatus, 186

dentex, 196

ductor, 189

edentulus, 200

equula, 170. 200

falcatus, 191

fasciatus, 193

Forsteri, 190

gladius, 188

glaucus, 190

grex, 182

guttatus, 185

hippos, (Lin.) 195, 196

ignobilis, 196

Kleinii, 196

lactarius, 193

lysan, 191

maculatus, 185

Malabaricus, 196

minutus, 201

niger, 189

palamitus, 185

pelagicus, 200. 205

pelamys, 183

Plumieri, 195

pneumatophorus, 182. 334

ponticus, 185

regalia, 185

rhombeus, 177

Rotleri, 195

ruber, 195

saliens, 191

sansun, 196

sarda, 184

scombrus, 181

speciosus, 196

thunina, 183

thynnus, 182. 335

trachurus, 195

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Scomber vernalis, x. 182

zonatus, 193

Scomber-esox equirostris, 394

Scomber-esox (Lacép.) 394

Scomber-esox scutellatus, 394

Scbomberoïde Commersonien, 190

Schomberoïdes, the, 181. 328

Scbomberomore plumier, 185

Scombre Laroche, 184

Scombrésoce campérien, 394

Scombri, the, 181

Scopelus, (Cuv.) 432

of Pennant, 424

Scorpæna, (Lin.) 133. 143

(Cuv.) 143

Americana, 141

antennata, 145

brachion, 147

bufo, 143

Capensis, 144

carinata, 146

cirrhosa, 143

diabolus, 143

dactyloptera, 144

didactyla, 147. 285

flava, 141

horrida, 147

Kœnigii, 145

Malabarica, 144

monodactyle, 146

papillosa, 144

plumier, 144

porcus, 143. 282

scropha, 143. 281

venosa, 144

volitans, 145. 282

Scorpène aiguillonnée, la, 160

de Waigiou. 117

Scyllium, (Cuv.) 597. 631

Scymnus, (Cuv.) 605

Scyris, (Cuv.) 197

Sea-devil, 246

Sea-eagle, the, 616

Sea-gudgeons, 235

Sea-horse, the, 560

of the Cape, (Dutch,) 284

Sea-locust, 283

Sea-pike, 393

Sea-snipe, 268

Sebastes, (Cuv.) 144

imperialis, 144

Norvegicus, 144

Seer-fish, what called, 345

Seepaard, the, 284

Selache, (Cuv.) 603

Selachii, 7

Selacii, 594

Selène argentée, 198

quadrangulaire, 198

Sept-œil, x. 620

Seriola, the, 354

(Cuv.) 192

bipinnulata, 193

cosmopolita, 193

Dumerilii, 354

Sériole, (Dum-Ris.) 193

de Rafinesque, 193

Serpe balbo, 432

crocodile, 432

Humboldt, 432

microstome, 391. 432

of Risso, 425

Serpens marinus compressus lividus, 186

Serpes, (Lacép.) 425

of Risso, 432

Serra-salmes, 426

Serra-salmes aureus, 426

Serra-salmes mento, 426

Serra-salmes piraya, 426

Serra-salmo chalceus, 426

Serra-salme citharine, 430

Serran bourignon, 113

Serrani, the, (properly so called,) 110

Serranus, (Cuv.) 109

altevelis, 113

bontoo, 112

cabrilla, 110

flavo-cæruleus, 113

fascicularis, 110

flavus, 110

geographicus, 113

oculatus, 111

phaëton, 113

radialis, 110

sarnicus, 276

suillus, 112

vitta, 110

Seserinus, (Cuv.) 203

Rondeletii, 203

Sey, the, 485

Shark, hammer-headed, 607. 640

basking, 638

white or common, 599. 631

fox, 635

Sharmuth, 409

Sheephead, of the Anglo Americans, 162

Sheep's-head, of the United States, 311

Siganus, (Forsk.) 214

rivulatus, 214

stellatus, 214

Sillago, (Cuz.) 122

domina, (Cuv.) 122

maculata, 123

Silurus, (L.) 399. 466

anguillaris, 409

asotus, 401

ascita, 407

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Siluros aspredo, x. 413

attu, 401

auritus, 402

batrachus, 409

bimaculatus, 401

bagre, 404

bayad, 403

callichthys, 410

cæcutiens, 402