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Emoryi 152

uucbalis 152

spinifer 152

Aspidophoroides iueriuis 258

monopterygius 257,258

Astacus 812

leptodactylus 812

nigresceus 813

nobilis 812

torrentium 812

Astarte quadrans 703

Asterias Forbesii 840,841

vulgaris 840,841

Astyris 698

lunata 693

rosacea 693

Atberesthes stouiias 188

Atherinidie 456

Atherinops afflnis 457

californiensis 457

AtkaMackerel 268

Atlantic Porpoise 14

Tom Cod 223

Attarak 62

Atteitsiak 62

Attereoak 62

Atwood, Captain, on abundance of Haddock 225

abundance of thePlaice. 178, 180, 181
capture of White Whales in

Massachusetts 18,19

distribution of the Laut .. .245, 246

distribution of the Scuppaug 387

food of Cod 213

food of Mackerel 290

geographical distribution of

Mackerel 281

the habits of the Hake 235

habitsof theHorned Dogfish. 672, 673
habits of Horse-Mackerel . . 321, 322

habits of the Lant 245

habit* of Pollock.. 22!)



INIH A.



858



Atwood, Captain, on the Man-<-at<T Shark 670

movement* of Pollock Bt

the Nurse Shark 074

rate of growth and size of

Mackerel 298

reproduction of Pollock 231

scarcity of the Bone Shark. OGH

the Scrag Whale 30

the sire of Codfish 220

size of the Halibut 193

spawning of Mackerel 296,297

thoTorpedo 666

the torpidity of the Tautog

and the Scup 978

transplanting young Lob-
sters 804

useful products of Sperm

Whale 11

the uses of the Lant 240

Anrelia flavidula 842

Auricula vestita Emersonit 693

AutennaridiiD 173

Auxis Thazard 305

Azia 250

Bncalaos 200

Bacchi 200

Bachelor 407

Baddoch 228

Baggit 468

Uagro 379

Bnird, Professor, on abundance of Cod 205

abundance and qualities of

Spanish Mackerel 312, 313

the Anchovy 611,612

capture and uses of Herring. 56T>, 566

the Common Pompano 327

culture of Lake Trout 492

decrease of Cod-fisheries on

New England Coast 221-223

flesh of Little Tunny, when

cooked 322

food of Mackerel 291

the food and voracity of Blue-
fish

the habits of the Eel 631 632

the habits of the King-fish . .375, 376
history and habits of the La-
fayette 371

the history and habits of the

Scuppang 388-393

the Horse-Mackerel 320

manner of capturing Plaice. 181

migrations of Mackerel 283

movements of Herring

Schools 553-655

movements of Mackerel 287

movements aud migrations of

Blnefish 434,435

periodicity of abundance of
abundance of Herring in

Northern Europe 5f>7

periodicity of Blnefish 435-437

Plaice fishing and distribu-
tion . 178



Baird, Professor, on



i- p
Sword (kh ....301,363

reproduction of tho Alewlfe. 680
reproduction of IlliiKinh ____ 440,441

izeof BlncflBh ............. 414,443

spawning habits of Herring. 5O, 663
spawning season of Mackerel. 297
theusrsof theAlewifo ...... r87,5P8



Bairdiellachrysnnt

Bait-bug

stealera

worms

Bnkkeljaune

Balicna boops

gibbosa

nodosa

Novio Angllae. ...

vera

Balumoptera Davidsonii .
jubartes ...

velifera

Baltenopterido)

Balahoo

Balanus balanoide*

crematns

ebnrnens

tlntinnabnlnm ..

Baleine jnbarte

Batistes capriscns

Balistide

Ball-fish

Banded Drum



376

779

273

831

200

29

29

29

29

29

30

89

30

29

461



829

829

29

172

171

170

XT

Grouper 418

Rudder fish 331

Bank Cod 201

Lick Bam 406

Banner Pompano 327

Pompano, distribution of 329

Barb 377

Barl>ot on mode of capture of South American

Manatee 127

products of South American Manatee. 127

Bard 247

Bar-fish 406

Barlow, Bev. William, on Mola, Salv. or Snnfioh

and glne made from it 169

Barnacle Eater 171

Rock 828

Barnacles <28,829

Barnacles, Goose 828

Barn-door Skate 666

Barracuda - 448

Barraconta 448

Barraconta family 448

Barrel-fish 334

Iturtraiii on breeding habits of Alligators 145, 146

pugnacity of Alligators 143, 144

size of the Alligator 142

the voice of Alligators 145

Bashaw 627

Basking Shark >''

Baas, name for Red-fish

Bank Lick 408

Black 81(6

Black 401



854



INDEX.



Page.

Bass, Brassy 424

Calico 406

Channel, name for Red-fish 372

family 401

Grass 40C

Moss 401

Mud 405

Oswego 401

Otsego 507

Bed, name for Ked-fish 372

Reef, name for Red-fish 372

Rock 404

Rock 413

School, name for Red-fish 372

Sea 378

Sea 407

Sea, name for Red-fish 372

Silver, namr for Moon-eye 612

Spotted, name for Red-fish 372

Strawberry 406

Striped 424,425

StripedLake 424

White 428

White Sea 378

Yellow 4.31

Bastard Cod 268

Halibut 182

Snapper 397

Trout, name for Silver Squeteague 367

Turtle 147

Bat.Sea 255

Bath Sponge 845

Uathymoater signatns 361

Batrachus pardus 251

tan 251

Bavarian char 500

Bay Alewife 5(i9

Porpoise 14

Porpoise, of California, and Marsuin, of Eu-
rope, similarity between 14

Seal 62-65

Shark 675

Bdellostoma Dombeyi 182

Beach Clam 708

Fleas 824

Beale on distribution of Sperm Whale 7

habits of Sperm Whale 9

size of Sperm Whale 9

Bean, T. II., on cliiroid fishes 268

distribution of the Halibut 190

distribution of Starry Flounder . . 184

the Rough Liraanda 184

the Burbot 235

occurrence of Branch Alewife in

certain lakes of New York 588-594

Bear, Sea 49

Tront 497

Bearded Seal 63

Beardless Drum 372

Beaver 11

Became de Her 338

Becker 39:5

Bedlainers (52

Bedlimem 02



Bola dcenssata 693

harpularia 693

pyramidal is 69:!

turricula 69:!

Belknap on the Grampus It

Bellamrrs 6-2

Bellows-fish 17:!

family 170

geographical distribution of 170

numbers of 170

Bell's Tortoise 157

BclouidiB ... 458

Beluga 18

Bendire on t he Red-fish 478, 479

Benecke, Dr. B., on breeding habits of the brook

Lamprey 677, 678

habits of river Lamprey 677

migrations of Eels 633, 6:M

movements of young Eels. . . 650

reproduction of the Eel 634-038

reproductive habits of Eels . . 646, 647
the spawning of Lump-fish.. 254

viviparous nature of Eels 645

breeding habits of the Pike.. 463

Bergylt 260-273

Bering, Capt. Vitus, death of 129

Bermuda Chub 394

Berried Lobster 783

Berycidie 361

Beryx family 361

Beshow( Alaska Pollock) 233

(Black Candle-fish) 268

Bezaan fisch 338

Beznga 370

Bicnda 338

Bieltiya ryba 477

Bii-t on habits of American Manatee 120

products of South American Manatee 127

Big-eyed Herring 580-611

Mackerel 303

Mullet 449

Biggy-head 259

Big-month 405

BlackBass 401

Bill-fish 336,337

name for Gar-pike 6(52

name for Silver Gar-fish 458

Billard 228

Billet 228

Biococuosis 734

Bishop Ray 665

Bitter Head 406

Kit t him nigrum 693

Bitumen 11

Bivalves 703-710

Black Angel-fish .' 280

Bass 401

distribution of 401,402

habits and food of 402

name for Black Rock-fish 266

names of 401

spawning of 402,403

tenacity of life of 403,404

transportation of 404



INDKX.



855



I!:i~-, liiu iniiuth...

Slliull-llllllltll

Black-lM-llie.s

Black liitel* ...

( 'amllc-lish

I'.hlck-Coal.SCV

r.l.-ick-dotteil l-'loiiiider.. .
Blai k liriiiu

Black-till

I 1 .!:.. k-tini.rd shark

Bla.k-lish .



401

401

5i

201

208

228

1^

367

Ml

672

968,980

Clack liMui|irr 411

lirmit 398, 399

Harry 407

Horse 615

Jack 228

Lolmter 783

I .miRe 487

Mullet 375

IVnl, 444

Perch, i NII i ! for Black Surf-fish 278

ISlack-l'oil.M-k 228

Itlark Ki>< -k-iish 266

I.'... -k-lish of Alaska 266

Black Rnck-tish, S|M.I t ,-! 266

Rouradnr 379

Salmon 487

Snapner 307

Snappers, name for Cod 201

Spotted Trout 475

Snrf-liMi 278

tailed Crab, mime for Shrimp 818

Triple-tail 545

Warmouth 405

Whale 11-25

Will 407

Blackfish 17

capture of 13

distribution of 11

fowl of 12

movements of 12

name for Spa Bass 407

reproduction of. 12

schools, stranding of 12

size of 12

thin? when most abundant. .'. 12

used as food 13

useful products of 13

value of 13

Alaska 466,467

Blueklislics 11

Mlai-k lord, on prices of Bull-frogs 161

Blacksmith 276

Blainville, on Sperm Whale in Brittany 9

Blake, .1. II.. Notes on Sperm Whale Porpoise ... 18

Blauchera, de la, on Sword-fish in Bay of Biscay. 342

Blan.iuilln 361

Biasing, on ilistrilnitir.ii nt'Kinged Seal 65

on geographical distribution of Hooded

Seal 70

Bleking Herring 550

Blenniida' 250

Bli-nny family 250

Blcjiharis run it us 320



BlejMUl eirrli.un 259

Blew-flsh 435

Bl-w Hound-fish 3-

Uluiks M

Blobs

B I. .. k i n 228

Blow-fish II-

Bluwcr 170

Blowing Whnle 11

Bl back 5H2

Salmon 477

Blue Bream 406

Cat-fish

Cat-flub (seeCat-flsh) 249

Chiinwra 6l!2

Cod 868

Crab 77. r .

Crab, distribution of 775

Crab, external character of 775, TTii

Crab, habits, uses, dec 776-778

Kin 541

Herring 579

Lampflsh 254

Parrot-fish 274

Perch 277

Perch, name for Cunner 273

Perch, similar in form to Red Perch 260

Pike, name for Pike Perch 417

Shark 669,671,675

Snappers 4l

Sun-fish 406

Surf-fish 277

Bliieliu 541

Bliiefish :

abundance in New Jersey, li-7H ami Ivl .4:19,440

distribution of 433

enemy of Mackerel . 299

family 4:

food and voracity of 437-440

Qirella nigricans 394

movements and migrations of 434,435

Mn in ii iic I ! 449

name for Chogset 273

name for Sea Bass 407

name for Squeteagne 363

names of 433

periodicity of 435-137

reproduction 440,441

size of 441,442

uses of 443,444

film-sides '-

Blunt-nosed Shiner 322

Boar-nsh 335

Boccac 966

Boccaccio 266,267

Boccone, S. Panlo, on the SaugnUnga, parasite of

Sword-fish 354,356

Bodach 65

I !i ul ii-rnii 267

Boeck Axel, on distribution and habits of Euro-
pean Lobster 807-810

ou process of shedding of European

Lobster 793,794

Bohutilaii Herring 550



856



INDEX.



Page.

Boldner, Leonhart, on the development of the Lam-
prey 678

Bolina alata 842

Bone fish, name for Dog-fish 673

name for Lady-fish 612

name for Surgeon-fish 279

Bone Shark 667-669

Bonito

abundance of 317

Cuban name for Medregal 331

distribution of 317

as a food-fish 318,319

name for the Cobia 444

Pacific 319

plain 306

striped 316

Bonuet-headed Shark 671

Bonnet- worm, food of Black Bass 402

Bony fish 569

Boohoo 337

Boregat 267

Boregata 267

Boring Amphipod 825,826

limnoria 826,827

sponge 850

Bothragonns Swani 258

Bottle fish 170

Bottle-head Whale 11

Bottle-nose Whale 14

Boundary Herring 550

Bowfin 658

Bowhead and Right Whales, confusion between . 20

Bowhead Whale 20

economic importance of 21

feeding habits of 23

foodof 23

movements of 21

reproduction of 21

eizeof 21

Box-fish 170

Box Turtle, Carolina 158

Box Turtles 158

Brachyiatins frenatns 278

rosacens 278

Brail 178

Brain Corals 841

Braize 393

Brama chilensis 335

BramaRaii 335

Bramidte 335

Branch Alewife 588

capture of 593

economic value of 593

enemies and fatalities of 592, 593

movements of 591,592

occurrence in certain lakes of

New York 588-594

origin of, in Lake Ontario and

New York Lakes 590,591

Branch Alewife, scarcity of in St. Lawrence River. 589

Branch Herring 580

Branchiostomida 681

B ranch iostoma lanceolatom 681

Branded Dram 372



Page.
Brandt on abundance of South American Manatee. 123

the Arctic Sea-cow 134

breeding habits of Manatees 118

Brassy Bass 424

Bream 393

Bluo 406

Copper-nosed 406

Salt-water 393

Breeding Harps 62

Brevoort, J. Carson, on names of Codfish 200

uses of the Gurnard 256, 257

Brovoortia patrouus 570,575

pectinata 570

tyrannus 569

tyrannus aureus 570

Bricke 676

Briggs on intestines of embryonic White-fish 516

Brim 406

Brit 550

found in the same locality as the Laut 246

Brochet 462

Brook-fish 466

Pickerels 464

Sucker 614,615

Trout 475

Brooks, W. K., on anatomy of the Oyster.711, 712, 713, 714

reproduction of the oyster 719, 720, 721

Brosmius brosmo 233,236

Brosmophycis marginatus 244

Brotulidro 244

Brown Cod 201

Brown on products of Ringed Seals 66

Brown, J. Ross, on Northern Fur Seals 49

Brown, Robert, on geographical distribution of

Hooded Seal 69

Brown, Dr. Robert, on similarity of feeding of

Whales and Mackerel 294

Brown Rock-fish 264

Snapper 410

Buccinnm ciliatnm 693

Buccinum nndatnm 693,694

Buckland on abundance and value of Gar-fish 459

Buckland, Frank, on chemical composition of Eu-
ropean Lobster 811,812

Buckland, F. T. , on gastronomic value of Bull-
frogs 160,161

gastronomic value of Cat-
fish 250

the habits of the Lant 244,245

the Lump-fish 254

modeofcapturoofBull-frogs 160
number of eggs in English

Lobster 798

on rate of growth and shed-
ding of European Lobster. 794,795

Buckler 776

Buckskin Trout 488

Bug, Salve 827

Buffalo Cod 263

Buffalo-fish 614

Buffalo-fishes 615

liuflaloJack 324

Bull-frogs 159

breeding habits of 159



S:,T



Bull-frogs, cultare of

discovery of

economic uses of

how to get spawn of

take care of spawn of .

modi's of capture of

range of

size and mode of life of

Bull-bead, name for Horned Pout



150
159
IfiO
159
159
160
159
159
627

. Scnlpin 258,250

Whitiug 377

BullMackerel 303

Hull-pout 627

Bull Trout 604

Hunch Whale 26

Hunker 569

Burbot 235,236

abundance of 238

American and European, relation between 237

distribution of 238

economic value of 240

food and feeding habits of 239

information desired concerning the 240

mode of capture of 239

name of 235,236

popular names of 236

reproduction of 238

size of 237

Burgall 273

Bnrmeister on range of American Manatee 1 H

Burr-fish 170

Buttcrfish 333

Humpbacked 323

Butterfly-fish 257

Butterfly Ray 665

Cabezon 259

Cabrilla 413

Spotted 414

Cachalot 7-10

Caing Whale 11

Calamary, Flying 090

Calnmus arctifrons 394

bajonado 394

raacrops 394

megacephalns 394

Milneri 394

Calci-Spongia? 844

Calico Bass 406

California Anchovy 612

Conger Eel 628

Grampus 14

Gray Whale, abundance of 31

captnreof 32

distribution of 31

food and reproduction of. 32

habits of 31

sizeof 32

GrunU 400

Hake 243

Herring 568,569

Pompano 334

Prawn 321

Salmon 479



California Sardine 569

SeaElephant 7S

general history of 79

geographical distribution

of W

habits of 73

and Southern Sea Ele-
phant, eomparison be-
tween 74

Sea Lion 44

geographical distribution of.. 44

habit* of 4:.

Shrimp 818

Smelt 457,544

Yellow-tail 331

Cnllineotes hastatus 775

larvatos 776

ornatns 775

tnmidns 775

Callista gigantoa 708

Callocephalns vitnlinns 66

Callorhinua 37,40

iirsiuus 49,52,63,77

Cambarns 812

acntus 814

afflnis 814,815

Bartonii 814,815

Clarkii 814

Diogenes 815

obesus 814

virilia 814

Campbellite 407

Cancer antennarins 771

boiealis 7flB

irroratns 766

found in stomach of Sea-robin . . 256

magister 770

product us 771

Candle-fish 268,547

Canestrini on distribution of the Pollock 228

on the Scomber puenmatophorns :t03

Cape May Goody 370

Capelin 544

name for Sand Smelt 466

Capelinas 644

Carangidte 322

Carangoid fishes 1 322

Caranx chrysos 324

crnmcnophthalmns 324

fallax 325

hippos 323

Richardil 325

Caraasina gibelio 620

Caravina 378

Carcone 322

Carcharias coernleus 671

glancus 675

lamella 676

obacnrns 671

Carcharodon Atwoodii 669

carcharias 669,674,676

Eondeletii 609

Carcinas ma-nas 774



858



INDEX.



Page.

Cardinm islandicum 703

pinnnlatum 703

Carneo Spongiffi 844

Carnivora, Amphibions

Carolina Box Turtle 158

Pompano 326

Carp 618

growth and size of 624-626

habits of 621,622

races oif, their history and habits . . . : 618-621

reproduction of 622-624

Leather 619

Mirror 619

Poor Man's 6-20

Scale 619

Sucker 615

Carpenter, Dr. Philip, on the Cuttles 687

Carpiodes cyprinus 615

Carroll on geographical distribution of Hooded

Seal 69

habits of Hooded Seals 58

Cassis madagascariensis 699

Cat-fisli 248

Blue 249,626

Channel, common 626

Flannel-mouth 627

foodof 249

Gaff-topsail 627

Great Lake 627

Great Mississippi 626

Mud 627

pugnacity of 249

Salt-water 628

Sea 248,627

Spotted 249

Stone 627

Yellow 627

Cat-fishes 626

Cat, Sea 51

Shark 675

Cat-thraher 582

Catenby on the Sword-fish 339

(JatoHtomidie 614

< ':i 1 1 is 1 1 mi us ardens 615

Commersoni 615

fecnndiis 615

longirostris 615

macrocheilus 615

nigricaus 615

occidentalis 615

tahnthmis 615

CanlolatiliiH anomalng 361

chrysopg 360

microps 300

Cavally 323

the Scad and the Jurels 322-326

Cavaaina 331

Cayman 141

Caymanes .' 142

< licdirhthys violacens 250,251

Ccntrurchulic 401

CentrarchiiH nmcroptenu 406

Cephalopoda 687

Cerutich tlivH bignttatns 617



Page.

Cero 307,310

King 307,31(1

Spotted 307,316

Cetacea 33

Cetorhiuns maximus 667, 674, 675

Chaenobryttus antistius 405

gulosus 405

ChajtodipteruB faber 445

ChiutodontidiB 280

Channel Bass, name for Red-fish 372

Cat, common 62(i

of the Potomac <>27

Cats 02(5

Chapman on food of Sirenians 118

size of South American Manatee ... 118

Char 501

Bavarian EOO

Chars, distribution and effect of temperature on. 502, 503

Chasmistes brevirostris 615

liorus 615

luxatus 615

Chelouia mydas 150

virgata 150

Chelopus 157

guttatus 158

insculptus 158

Mnhlenbergi 158

Chelura terebrans 825

Chelydra 153

serpentina 153

Chelydroidoo 153

Cherna 411

Chewagh 504

Chicken Halibut 178,194

Tortoise 157

Chickwit 362

Chief Mountain White-fish 542

Chiloinycterus geometricus 170

Chinititra affinis 662

blue 662

Colliei 662

family -. 662

Chimtcridae 662

Chinnook Salmon 479

Chinquapin Perch 407

Chiono succiucta 708

Chiridte 267

Chiton 693

uses of 701

Chogset 273

Chopa blanca 370

gpina 393

Chorruy Kyba 460

Choweccha 479

Christmas Flounder 183

Chromis punctipinnis 276

Chrysemys Belli 157

marmoratus 157

picta 157

reticulata 157

Chub, name for Black Bass 261)

Fall-fish 617

Lafayette 370

Tautog 209



i\i>r\.



>'. I



Chilli. lli-nii iula



'I



Kel 236

Mackerel 303-:t05

Nigger 618

l.'is.-i 617

Salt-water 809

Sucker 614

of Ttali Lake 616

Chubby (l,,by 255

Cicharni 324

Cichlii! family 276

< 'i^ar-tish . . .... 324

Cinosti-riioida- . . .... ...... ... .... ... 154

Cirri pedia 828,829

541

Cist udo 158

Carolina 158

ornata 158

Cithai-i,-htli> - >rdidn 186,187

civit-cat 11

Clam 708

Beach 708

Cod 201

Flat 708

Hard 708

Hen 708

Long 707

Painted 708

Round 708

Sea 708

Soft 707

Sorf 708

Clark, A. II., on abundance of Frigat Mackerel. 30(5

abundance of Halibut 192

distribution of Cod 202

George, letter on marked White-fish 508

on rate of growth of White-fish . . . 509

Clarke, 8. C., on the Black Grouper 411

breeding habits of the Drum . . . MB

theCobia 444

habits and spawning of Sheepe-

head 386

mode of life of Alligators 145

names and habits of Whiting.. 377

(lie Big-nub 399

size, abundance, and habits of

Silver Mullet 453

spawning of Red-fish 373, 374

Cliona sulphurea 850

Clnpeu a sti\ alis 579

chrysochloris .. 594

i-u-riilea . ...... .... 579

finta KM

halec 579

harengus 684

indigena 579

mattowaca - 807



menhaden

iniialiili-
parvula



-a pull "inn



579
594



Clupea vernalis 57U.588

Clapeidffi, families related to 610-613

Clymenella torquata 633

Coal 228

Coal-fish 288.2:1:1

Coal-Whiting

Coalsey _ 288

Cobia, distribution of 444

Cock-paddle 804

Cock-paidle 254

Cockle 70H

Cod 200

family and its kindred 200

Bank 201

Bastard 268

Blue 268

Brown Wl

I in Halo 268

Clam 201

Cult, ,- 267

Deep-water 201

fish, name fof Cult us Cod 267

Fresh- water 230

Herring 201

Inshore 801

Native 201

Night 214

Pine-tree 201

Rock 200

School 201

Shoal-water 801

Shore -M"

Tom 2117

Worm -'"I

Codfish, distribution of 2i

food of 211,212

names of 200

history of, in America '-'"I

reproduction of 214

schooling of the '-'" :l

schools, migration* and movements of.. 207

size of

Cu-lentcrates 841,842

Cogward

Culm

Cojii.ua

Cojumero

Colemie

Collet on distribution of the Sea Cat-Hub

Robert, on the Gray Seal

Collins, Capt. J. W., on distribution of Mackerel.
Mackerel -fishing ground*



477
:4
11(5
228
-'I-
103
2*1
294



migrations of Mackerel.. 301,302
spawning of Mackerel. ..

food of Halibut

food of Marken-1

Halibut spawn

migrations of Halibut. ..
size of the Halibut



Colmey

Common Flounder.
Pompano



Sun-fish .



M
196
M3
197

m

I'.KI

MB

m

327

56

405



860



INDEX.



Page.

Conch 694,f>99

food and destrncti veness of 695, 696

uses of 700

( 'oiuluni i no on habits of South American Manatee . 121

Coney 412

Conger Eel 655

California 628

Congeree .' 628

CongoEel 247

Congrngadidse 243

Congrogadns, family 243

Conklin on food of Sirenians 119

habits of American Manatee 121

size of Florida Manatee 117

Cony-fish 237

Cooter 158

Florida 155

Cooth 228

Cope on distribution of the Alligator 142

Hooded Seal 71

Terrapins 154

the Wall-eyed Pike 423

Copper-nosed Bream 406

Corallinm rnbrnm 841

Corals 841

Brain 841

Finger 841

Fungus 841

Hydroid 841

Polyp 841

Stag-horn 841

Star 841

Cordeaux, John, on general history of Harbor

Seals 58,59

Coregouns Artedi 541

clnpeifonnis 507

Hoyi 541

labradoricns 541

nigripinnis 541

quadrilateralis 541

tnllibee 541

Williamsoni 542

Corn-cracker 665

Cornide, Don Joseph, on pugnacity of Swordflsh. 351

Coronula diadema 828

Corsair 265

Spotted 265

Corvina 378

satnrna 379

Coryphtena hippnrus 332

Coryphamidte 332

Coste on reproduction of European Lobster on the

French coast 803,804

Cothurni* 733

Cottidie 258

Cottusamens 258

octodecimspinosns 258

polyacanthocephalns 259

scorpius gromlaodicns 258

Conch, on abundance of Dogfish 673

food of Sperm Whale 10

the habits of the Lant 245

habits of the Silver Hake 242

the habits of the Skipjack 461



Page.

Cover 177

Cover-clip 177

Cow-fish 13,16

Cow-pilot 275

Crab, Black-tailed, name for Shrimp 818

Bine 775

Common edible... 770

Common, of Pacific coast 770, 771

Crab-eater 444

Crab, Green 774

Horseshoe 829

Jonah 769

Kelp 778

King 829

Lady 774,775

Oyster 765,706

Red 771

Red Rock 778

Rock 766

Bock, of Pacific coast 771,772

Sand 774

Sea w 775

Stone 772-774

Crabs 763-780

Fiddler 763

Hermit 779

Mud 772

Soft 776

Soldier 779

Spider 778

Craibe, Angus W., on habits of Leopard Seal 60, 61

Craig Flounder 198

Crane, Agnes, on habits of South American Ma-
natee 121,122

Crangon franciscorum 818

vnlgaris 816

found in stomach of Sea-robin.. 256

Crappie 407

Crawfishes 812

Crayfish 780

and Lobster, similarity of shedding and

spawning habits 813

Crayfishes 812-816

economic valueof 814

habits of 814-816

relations and distribution of 812-814

Creek fish 614

Cremnobates integripinnis 251

Crenella glandula 703

Crenilabrus melops 273

Crepidula fornicata 693

plana 693

Crested Seal 62,63,68

CrevalW 323

Horse 324

Croaker 378

name for black Surf-fish 278

fresh- water Drum 370

Crocodile 141

North American 141

Crocodilus acntns 141

Crocus, name for Croaker 378

name for Drum 370

Crustaceans . . . . 763-830



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Cryptodou Gouldii 703

Crytodari siliqua 703

t'lc nolabrus adsperaus 273

(iimilar in form to Red

Perch 260

rupestris -273

Cubanjurel 325

Cubby yew 444

Cuckoo-fish 257

Cucumbers, Sea 838

Cudden 228

Cuddy 328

CuItnsCod 267

Cummer, similar in form to Rose-fish 260

Gunner 273

Gunners 274

Cusk 233

abundance of 233

Cut-lips 618

Cutlass-fish 335

Cattle-fishes 687

Cuttles 687-693

Cuvier, on distribution of Sword-fish 340

Cyauoa arctica 842

Cybinin 307

maculatum, supposed to have been caught

at Prince Edward Island 310

Cycleptus elongatns 615

Cyclopterida 253

Cyclopterus lumpus 253,864

orbis 255

Cylichnaalba 694

Cymatogaster aggregates 278

Cyuoscion maculatum 365

nobile 378

uothnm 367

parvipinne 379

regale 362

Cyprina islandica 703

Cyprnidm 616

Cyprinodon californiensis 466

CypriuodoutidiD 466

Cyprinus carpio 616-618

carpio commnnis 619

carpio coriacens, si ve nndns 619

carpio specularis 6*9

Cystophora angustirostris 74

aiitillarmu 71

cristate 65,68,71

falklandica 74

kerguelensis 74

leonina 74

proboscidea 74

Dace 616,617

Horned 617

Red 617

Dactylometra quinquecirra 842

I). n tylopterus volitans 255

Daddy sculpin 258

Doll, on Ambergris 11

Northern Fur Seals 53

reproduction of the Burbot 238

Sword-fish 350

Pallr.i delicatissima 467



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