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F.nhydra hi Iris nereis: 33
Krcaiorarpiis srtigrriis: 124. 126
Eucidaris thoiiarsii: 49, 56

Fairo

col II in bar ins: 299

mexicaniis: 299

sparveriiis: 299
Fnndiiliis hcicroclitiis: 141, 1 10

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inacroeephahis: i;i— 44

nioirlnia: 141
Calalheid.-K- 271
(lalcorhiiiiis zyoptcrns: 210
Gamhusia affinis affinis: 175
Clastcrostcns aculcatns: 175



INDEX



317



Gila

atraria: 171

orcuttii: 170-172. 174

■iiioliaroisin: 171-17-!
G ijnnuxjjjiis cdlifoniidinis: 297

Haliacetus leucoccijhaliis: 299
Haliotis

crachcrodii: 40

ka nitsc]i iifka ii a: 39

rufescens: 33

tcalalensis: 39
Hemizona sp.: 124
Hcsperoleucus sijinmeiriciis: 174
Ilijpevin-onopon aryenietiiii: IHG

Icosfeus acuigniaticus: 207
Ilyodrilus franizi: 188, 191

LamprogriDiimus: 51
Lepidopsciia hiliiieata: 43^4
Lepocreadium

archosargi: 251— 2.j2

cahuUeroi: 251-252

calif orniaii lint: 247, 249, 251-252

elonf/aiiim: 252

fcej/: 253-254

micropogoni: 251—252

oua?e; 251-252

pegorchis: 252

setiferoides: 251-252

trullafovme: 252
Lepomis gihhosus: 176
Lepfoeoltus annafiis: 43-44
Limnodrihis hojfnieisteri: 187, 191, 193
Lolium iiiultifioniiii: 125
Lophogorgia cf. cliileiisis: 49, 54-55
Lophoriijx calif or iiica: 123
Loins americanuii: 124-125
Lupinus hicolor: 125
Lyropecten suhnodosus: 49, 53-54

Megaceryle alcyon: 86
Megaihura crenulafa: 37
Mergus merganser: S<>
Merluccius productus: 287
Jfya arenaria: 203
Mycale hellahellensis: 49. 56
Myliohatis californicus: 215
HJ yjosonia: 97

Neascus sp.: 247-250
Notorynchus maculafus: 215

Odocoileus hcmionns cohiuihiiuius: 27
Oligopus diafirnDiiiiiis: 49—51

kisuich: 43-44, 87

nerka: 70

tshairytscha: 43-44, 90
( )lihi(liiflae: 112
Ophiodon elongatus: 43—14, 48
Ostrea edulis: 203
Olaphidium scrippsi: 108-109
Outs canadensis: 289



Pandalus jordani: 257
Paralahrax cUithratiis: 210
Faranais

frici: 187, 191, 193

litoralis: 187
Farophrys vetulus: 133
FeUchnihothrium .sp.: 247, 255
PeioscoZe.z;

apectinatus: 180. 187

gahriellae: 180, 187, 190-191, 194

nerthoides: 180. 187, 191
Fhoca vitulina: 304
Pisas^er

giganteus: 38

ochraceus: 38
Fisciamph istoma stiinkardi: 247, 250
Fkuroncodes platiipes: 270
Fododesmiis cepio: 37
Porcellanidae : 271

Fosthodiplostomitm minimum centrarchi:
247-248

stephanophrys: 278



srenisma:



278-



Proteocephalus sp.: 247. 254
Ftychogaster defensa: 276
Fugettia prodiicta: 37
Fycnopodia hclianfhoides: 38

Rhadinorhynchus: 247. 255
Rhinichtlujs osculus: 170, 172, 174-175,

177
Rhinotriacis henlei: 215
Roccus saxatilis: 215, 228, 306
Rossia pacifica: 270

gairdncrii: 68
gairdnerii kamloops: 68
gairdnerii regalis: 83
clarkii: 68

clarkii hensharci: 68
clarkii leicisi: 68
frutta: 70

fontinalis: 70

vamaycHsh: 68
Sardi)iops caeruleiis: 195
Scomhcr japonicus: 195
Scomheromorus viacitlatus: 147
Scor/xicnn: 53
Scorpaenidae : key, 53
Scorpnenodes xyris: 45, 51-53
Sehasfodes caurinus: 43—44
Sehastolohiis: 53
Sipiahis (icanlhids: 216
Sylriliigiis auduhonii: 125

Thamnophis ordinoides: 86
Tircla stiiltonnn: 100
Trachurus symmetricus: 195, 306
Triakis semifasciata: 215
Trichomonas gallinae: 13

Zalemhius rosaceiis: 115, 118, 121
Zenaidura macroura: 125



318



CALTFORXIA FISH AND GAME



SUBJECT



Abalones: in diet of southern sea otter,
33-42

Age: band-tailed luficoii, 14

Anchovy, northern: fecundity, 281-288

Anglers: ability to identify coiniiiDn ma-
rine fi.shes. 43-48

Bacteria, coliforni: in !San Francisco

Bay system, 186
Band recovery: band-tailed pigeon, 11—

12 ; redheads, 19-21
Bass, kelp: northerly occurrence, 216-

217
Bass, striped: mortality, 215, 228-246;

spawning, 306-307
Brotula, purple: new to Califoi-nia's

marine fauna, 49-51

Catostomids : transplants in California,

172, 175
Ceratoinyud sJiiistii: studies on epizoofi-

ology, 90-90
Clam, Pisnio: mortality, growth, and

yield per recruit, 100-107
Condor, California : third cooperative

survey, 297-303
Crab: first report of family Chirostylidae

off California, and description of new

species, 270-277
Crab, yellow: northerly occurrence, 217
Cusk-eel, baskctweave: behavior, 108-

114
Cyprinids : transplants in California and

Baja California, 170-175
Cyprinodontids: transplants in Califor-
nia and Nevada, 170, 172-173, 175-

179

Deer, black-tailed: winter range of ;i
herd in the North Coast Range of
California, 27-32

Depredation: by band-tailed pigeon, 10-
11

Diseases: Ceratomyxa, 90-99 ; intestinal
growths in the European flat oyster,
203-206 ; parasites of fishes in the
Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 247-
256

Distribution: aquatic oligochaetes in San
Francisco Bay system, 180-194

Eagles: sighted during California condor
survey, 299

Elasmobranchs: luortalitics in San Fran-
cisco Bay, 215-216

Embryology: English sole, 133-155

Falcon, prairie: sighted during Califor-
nia condor survey, 299

Fecundity: brown ragfish, 207-214 ;
northern anchovy, 281-288

Fishery: jack mackerel, 195-202



Food habits: bnii<l-tailcMl jii-t , 7-10;

baskctweave cusk-eel, 110-111; Cali-
fornia (luail, 123-127; southern sea
otter, 33-42

(Jorgonian, white: occurrence in Cali-
fornia waters, 49, 54-56

(Jrowth: Pismo clam, 103-104; planted
trout in Lake Tahoe, 84

Hawks : sighted during California con-
dor survey, 299

Humboldt Bay : harbor seal censuses,
304-305

Hunting: band-tailed pigeon, 13-15;
redheads, 17-26

Kokanee : planting in Lake Tahoe, 72

Leitritz, Earl : in memoriam, 128

Mackerel, jack : deformed lateral line,
206; fishery, 195-202

Methods : aquatic oligochaetes in San
Francisco Bay system, 180-194;
brown i-agfish fecundity, 207-211;
English sole embryology, 134 ; intes-
tinal growths in the P^uropean flat
oyster, 203 ; jack mackerel fishery,
195-200; northern anchu\y fecundity.
281-282; quail food habits study,
124 ; southern sea otter diet study.
35 : striped bass mortality rate. 228-
234 ; study of I)and-tailod pigeon in
California. 5—6; to evaluate trout
planting in Lake Tahoe, 69 ; to ex-
amine morphometric and meristic var-
iation in pink seaperch. 116-118; to
test ability of aiiglers to identif.v
common marine fish, 43— 4() ; trajiping
black-tailed deer, 30 ; Avalleye surf-
perch organogenesis study, 157 ; wa-
ter requirements of bighorn sheep,
289-290

Migration : band-tailed pigeon, 6-7 ;
black-tailed deer, 30

Mollusk : new to California's marine
fauna. 49, 53-54

INIortality : band-tailed pigeoii. 12 13;
I'isnio clam. 100-103; planted trout
in Lake, Tahoe, 84-87 ; redheads, 21-
23 ; San Francisco Bay fish, 215-216 ;
striped bass. 228-246

Oligochaetes : in San Francisco Bay

system, 180-194
Organogenesis: walh've sui-fi)erch, 156-

159
Otter, southern sea : food habits. 33—42
Oyster, European fiat: intestinal
'growths, 203-206

Parasites: Ceratomyxa shasta, 90-99;

fishes in the Sacramento-San Joaqiiin

Delta, 247-256
Phillips. J. B. : retirement, 132
Pigeon, band-tailed : in California, 4—16



INDEX



319



Quail, California: food habits, 123-127

Ragfish, brown : fecundity, 207-214
Range, geographic : black-tailed deer
herd in North Coast Range of Cali-
fornia, 27-32 ; blunt-knobbed scallop,
49, 53-54 ; crab genus Chirostylus,
family Chirostylidae, 270. 272, 276;
kelp bass, 216-217 ; pink seaperch,
115-122 ; purple brotula, 49-51 ; rain-
bow scorpion tish, 49, 51-53 ; redheads,
18-19 ; searobin, 277 ; sponge, 49, 56 ;
Avhite gorgonian, 49, 54-56 ; yellow
crab, 217
Redheads : band recoveries, 17-26
Reviews : A different kind of country,
314 ; Advances in ecological research,
volume 3, 61 ; Advances in ecological
research, volume 4, 221 ; Algal cul-
tures and phytoplankton ecology, 312 ;
A Sand County almanac, 58 ; Atlas
of the errantiate polychaetous anne-
lids from California, 311-312 ; Be ex-
pert with map and compass (The
"orienteering" handbook : New revised
edition), 220; Being your own wil-
derness doctor, 312 ; California natu-
ral history guides, 58 ; Development
of fishes of the Chesapeake Bay re-
gion : An atlas of egg, larval, and
juvenile stages. Part 1., 222 ; Ecology
and resource management : A quanti-
tative approach, 313-314 ; Estuaries,
223 ; External and internal charac-
ters, horizontal and vertical distribu-
tion, luminescence, and food of the
dwarf pelagic shark, Euprotomicrus
hispinatus, 311 ; Extinct and vanish-
ing animals, 62-63 ; Fish cookery.
219 ; Fisheries year book and direc-
tory 1966-67, 60-61; Fisheries year
book and directory 1967-68, 308 ;
Fishes of the Atlantic Coast of Can-
ada, 59-60 ; Fishing boats of the
world : 3, 309 ; Fishing with the fly :
Sketches by lovers of the art with
illustrations of standard flies, 312—
313 : Fish quality at sea, 308 ; Fossil
shark and fish remains of North
America, 310-311 ; Free for the eat-
ing, 62 ; Handbook of fishes of Kan-
sas, 313 ; Illustrated dictionary of
names of commercial fishes from the
western part of the Pacific Ocean.
In Latin, Russian, Chinese, Korean,
Vietnamese, Mongolian, Japanese,
and English. 63 ; Invitation to ar-
chaeology, 58-59 ; In wildness is
the preservation of the world, 221-
222 ; Marine molluscs as hosts for
symbioses (Advances in marine biol-
ogy, volume 5), 309-310; Modern
ABC's of bow and arrow, 220 ; Mod-



ern ABC's of ice fishing, 313 ; Mod-
ern deep sea trawling gear, 309 ;
Modes of reproduction in fishes, 60 ;
Poisonous and venomous marine ani-
mals of the world. 59 ; Proceedings of
the symposium on the biology of the
California Islands, 218-219; Rising
trout, 61-62 ; Sharks, skates, and
rays. 218; Sonar in fisheries — a for-
ward look, 63 ; Summer Island :
Penobscot country, 61 ; Symbiosis.
Volume 1. Associations of microorgan-
isms, plants, and marine organisms,
223 ; Symbiosis. Volume 2. Associa-
tions of invertebrates, birds, rumi-
nants, and other biota, 223 ; Systems
analysis in ecology, 220 ; The ava-
lanche enigma, 221 ; The biology of
the striped skunk, 222 ; The campers'
cookbook, 219 ; The earth beneath the
sea (revised edition), 62; The life of
the ocean, 220-221; The trout, 224

Sacramento River : striped bass spawn-
ing. 300-307

Sacramento-San Joaquin River system :
striped bass mortality rate, 228-246 ;
endoparasites of fishes, 247—256

San Francisco Bay : aquatic oligochaetes,
180-194 ; description and water qual-
ity characteristics. 180-181, 183-187 ;
fish mortalities, 215-216

San Pablo Bay : aquatic oligochaetes,
180-194 ; description and water qual-
ity characteristics, 180-181, 183-187

Santa Rosa Mountains : bighorn sheep,
289-296

Scallop, blunt-knobbed: new to Califor-
nia's marine fauna, 49, 53-54

Scorpionfish, rainbow : new to Califor-
nia's marine fauna, 49, 51—53

Seal, harbor : censuses in Humboldt
Bay, 304-305

Seaperch, pink : morphametric and me-
ristic variations and range extension,
115-122

Searobin : new species in Californian
waters, 278-280

Sex ratio : band-tailed pigeon, 14-15 ;
redheads. 18

Sexual dimorphism : of basketweave
cusk-eel. 111-114

Sheep, bighorn : water requirements,
289-296

Shrimp, ocean : sea survey plan to esti-
mate relative abundance, 257-269

Sole, English : embryology, 133-155

Spawning : brown ragfish, 213-214 ;
northern anchovy, 283-287 ; striped
bass in the Sacramento River, 306-
307

Sponge : range extension of Mycale bel-
lahellensis in Californian waters, 49,
56



320 CALIFORNIA PISH AND GAME

Suisiin Biiy : aquatic olij^oohaotos, ISO- Tn.iit : jilanfcd in Lake Tahno, OS-On

1!I4; description and wafer (inality Trout, rainbow : habitat in Lake Tahoe,

cliaractcristics, ISO-lSl, 1S3-1S7 70

Surfiioroli, walloyc : (ir^'ano^'ciiosis, IHO- Tiihificids : in San Francisco P.av sys-

l(i!» Icin. ISO- 1!)4

Tagging: to estimate s1ri]ied bass mor-
tality. 22S-2-4() rreliin. club-siiined : occurrence in Cali-

Tahoe.Lake: idantini; liistory. 71-73 fornian waters, 49, HO

Trans])lants : native freshwater fishes

in California, Baja California, and Vegetation : weeds in band-tailed pigeon

Nevada, 170-179 diet, 7-9

Trapiiing : band-tailed pigeons, n ; lilack- Vulture, turkey: sighted during Cali-

tailed deer, 30; redheads. 17 foi'uia condor sui'xcy. 209



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October 4, 1968, at 10 a.m., in the Auditorium, Employment Building, 722
Capitol Mail, Sacramento, California, to receive recommendations from its
own officers and employees, from the Department and other public agencies,
from organizations of private citizens, and from any interested groups as to
what, if any, regulations should be made relating to fish, amphibia, and
reptiles, or any species or subspecies thereof.

Notice is hereby given that the Fish and Game Commission shall meet at
10 a.m. on November 1, 1968, in the Multi-Purpose Room, Third Floor, New
Annex, Courthouse, Redding, California, for public discussion of and presen-
tation of objections to, the proposals presented to the Commission on October
4, 1968, and after considering such discussion and objections, the Commission,
at the meeting, shall announce the regulations which it proposes to make
relating to fish, amphibia, and reptiles.

Notice is hereby given that the Fish and Game Commission shall meet on
December 6, 1968, at 10 a.m. in Room 1138, New State Building, 107 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, California, to hear and consider any objections to
its determinations or proposed orders in relation to fish, amphibia, and rep-
tiles, or any species or subspecies thereof for the 1969 sport fishing season,
such determinations and orders resulting from the hearings held on October
4 and November 1, 1968.

Fish and Game Commission
Leslie F. Edgerton
Executive Secretary



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