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Dallla peotoralii 400

Damalicbtbys argyixMomut 276,277

Dampier, on size of South American Manatee 117

Dard 337

Dareste, M. C. M., on the claaiiflcation of the Eel.6v!9, 630

Dargie 228

Darters 417

Darwin, on local variation in form of Oyster* 742,743

Date-fish 707

Dauphin Blauo 18

Davy, on movements of young Eels 651

Dawson, J . W. , on scarcity of Oaspereanx in Saint

Lawrence River 589

Day Chub (Jig

Daylight, name for Sole 177

Spotted Sand Flounder 199

Deal-fish family 449

Drcaisuc, on cause of green color of Oyster 738

Decapterns macarellus 384

pnnctatus 324

Deep-Sea Flounder, name for Plaice 178

name for Pole Flounder 198

Deep-water Cod 201

Sculpin 258

Trout 488

Trout, name for Squeteague 364

Whiting 377

DeKay, on abundance of Chub Mackerel 303

Pig-fish 399

distribution of the Chogset 273

Hooded Seal 70,71

Rose-fish 260

gastronomic value of Cat-fish 250

Harbor Seals 65,56

the uses of the Silver Hake 243

Dvlphinapterns catodon 18

Delphinus Bairdii 16

clymenis 16

Demoiselle and Cichlid families 275, 276

Dentalinm pretiosnm 703

Descourtlitz, on breeding habits of Manatees 118

mode of capture of South Ameri-
can Manatee 127

Devil-fish 31

geographical distribution of 173

habits and form of 173

Devil-fishes 173,665

Diabasis 397

anrolineatua 396

Plnmieri 398

Diamond-back Terrapin 155,157

breeding habits of 156, 157

characteristics and habits

of 156

distribution of 156

economic value of 157

foodof 156

Diamond Flounder 185

Diaphana Oonldit 694

Dickie 224

Difienbacb, E . , on the Scrag Whale 31

Diodoutide 170

Diopatra cuprea 833

Diplodus Holbrookii 386



Pago.

Diplodus probatocephalns 380

Diploria ccrebriformis 841

Ditrema atripes 277

fnrcatum 277

Jacksoni 277

laterale 277

Temmincki 276

Doctor-fish 279

Dogfish, name for Shark 675

Shark 670

Dog Salmon 476

Sea 55

Shark 675

Dogfish, enemy of Mackerel 299

name for Bowfin 236

Burbot 658

Horned 672

Smooth 672

Dollar-fish 333

Dollardee 406

Dolly Vardcu Trout 504

Dolphins 16

(CoryphscnidiB) 332

habits of 16

Dorc" 418

Dormitator 255

Dorosoma lepidcannm 610

Dorosomatidtu 610

Dorset 200

Dory 417-420

family 335

Dotard 58,65

Douglass, on Alewivcs 579,580

products of Sperm Whale 11

Sperm Whale in North America 8

DowU-r, Beunct, on the manner in which Alliga-
tors obtain food 142,143

Drill 696

destrnctireness of 697

Drum 367

family 362

Banded 367

Beardless 372

Black 367

Branded 372

Fresh-water 370

Little 367

Red 362,371

Striped 367

Drnmfish 15

Drummer, name for Sen] pin 259

Drnmmers 362

Dnbcrtus rhndinsnlensis .. 29

Duck-billed Cat 659

Ducky Shark 671,672

Dudley, Hon. Paul, on the Scrag Whale 30

Dugong 127

Dumril and Bibron on classification of the Tor-
toise 147

Dunfish 200

Dunn, Matthias, on spawning of mackerel 297

DnTertre,on breeding habits of Manatee 118

capture of American Manatee 126

habits of American Manatee 120



Pag...

Dwarf Salmon 470

Eagle Bays 6(6

Earll, E. E., 011 Bluefish in North Carolina 14:1

food of Cod 213,214

history of Spanish Mackerel 309, 310

migrations of Codfish , ..210,211

movements of Pollock 2:50

Spanish Mackerel . . 310, 311

reproduction of Codfish 215, 219

Haddock 227

Pollock 230,231

Spanish Mackcrol,313-315
schooling of the Codfish. 203-20."., 206 -207

size of Codfish 220

Easter Mackerel 304

Echeneididu) 44G

Echidnoceros setimanns 778

Echinarachnius parma 838, 839

Echinoderuis 838-841

Eel 629

classification of 629,630

discover) 1 of female 636

male, by Syrski 638-640

Conger 655

Conger, California 628

Congo 247

Horned 246

Lamper 247

Maroona 247

Pout 236,247

Sea 655

Silver 335

Slime 80

Eels, ancient beliefs concerning reproduction of. .634-6:W

external characteristics of 644,645

geographical distribution of 630,61!!

habits of 631,632

internal characteristics of males and females. 64 0-644

life history of 632,633

male, do they leave the sea and enter fresh-
water? .". 648

migrations of 633, 634

normal, reproductive habits of 646,647

supposed to be viviparous 645

young, search for 646

Lamper 676

Egg-fish 170

figrefin 224

Egypt Herring 460

Eithiuyoo-cannooshoeoo 462

Elacate, Canada 444

Elagatis pinnnlatus 332

Eleotris 255

El-la-chick 157,158

Elliott, H. W., on difference between California

and Alaska Sea Lions 48, 49

figures of Fur Seals 54

Fur Seals 53,75-113

Northern Fur Seals 50

peculiar methods of catching

SheepOiead 383,384

Sea Lions 39,44

size of Northern Fur Seal 50

uses of Pacific Walrus . . 36



INDEX,



868



IMn-ki-nik .....................................

Klop.s KIII run.. ____ ............................ 243

101 1 Imp ...... ............................... 58u

KlhvilV ......................................... goo

Kinbiotocidie ................................... 270

Kiiiix-renr ...................................... 337

Klil-i-l- .......................................... 133

Kinydidii* ...................... , ............... 154

Kinvs nirlrafjris ................................ 158

i-h lli'iiin^ ................................ 582

EagTMlifa .................................... Gil

Kimplir.vs lii.Min ................................. 259

Kn-alrlla iiinrrifiiiiii ........................... 703,707

I'.iilniiiontraranN ................................ 827

Km/., on ;rri'ii matter iu animals ................ 730

f.\H-<- ili '.Mi -i ................................... 337

Kpiulitis product us ............................. 778

KpiiirpiirliiH iipini .............................. 412

Dniimiioiid-Hiiyi ................... 412

nmrio .............................. 410

nijrritiiii ........................... 411

-Hiatus ............................ 412

cl.vM w|iiinatu ......................... 14'J

liai'liaius ............................. 63, 107

Kriinw.nii CiMMlei ............................... G14

Hllri-ttlt ............................... 614



I - In i. -In ami Keiuhardt on distribution of Bow-



KM>\ aim-ricanus
luciiiH

enemy of Ale wives
uobilior

enemy of Alewives
reticulatns

enemy of Alewives
\ ! in ii-n la In-



20
464
4(51
592
404
592
4(i2



4C4
337

K.-pa 1 1 a r I < ...................................... 337

I'.spailiiii ....................................... 337

KHt<-, Dr., on habits of the Bowliu .............. 658,669

D. C., on Imbitfi of Moon-eye .............. 013

KsiliooHtoinatidu' ............................... 417

Kt/i'l, Anton von, on diHtribution of Halibut ..... I'.'J

Ellbalienil anl ipmlai HIM ......................... 25

anstralis ............................ 25

biscayenuia - - . .................... 24

i- i -a i i'ti i-ii ........................... 24

cnllamach .......................... 25

Knr.vclogobiua Newberrii ......... .. ..... . ...... 255

Kulat-liim ...................................... 547

KiiiiirsojrraiiiiniiH Hiibbifnrcatns ................. 213

r.iiiiu lupias .................................... 37

cloiigiituit.. ........................ 39

Stelleri ......................... 38,39,49,82

r.npa^iiniH])ollii!ari.s ........................... 779

Bernhardns ................. ....... 779

longicarpus ......................... 779

pubescens ........................... 780

Kuploten ....................................... 733

Kuropean Leech ................................ 835

Exocoetua califomienais ........................ 459

Rondeletii ........................... 459

maxillingua ........................ 618



i ,



l'.'|
in;



, thu greal N..nli,rii
I.Mpifini-liii, on I'.MM! of AlliKiittm ............

lialul- Ain.-i ir.ni M.ni.it. .
name of Manatee
Kyebait

Kabriun*, on habitH ol Harbor Seal .............. 57

Fair Maid ...................................... ;;-;

FalMUh ........................................ 1,17

Fan-fish ........................................ 339

Fat-back, name for Menhaden .................. 509

name for Mnlh-t ...................... 449

Fat-head ....................................... 275

Fat Herring .................................... 559

Mullet ..................................... 451

Fiber oanadenaiB ............................... n

Fiddler Grata .................................. ;(j;i

Fierasfer family ................................ 243

1'icnwfei idiu ................................ 243

family ................................. 171

geographical diNtribntion .............. 171

number of spteien habits .............. 171

Orange ................................ 171



Finback Wbalea ........................... 24,27,28-30

abundance in New Kii|;laiid ____ 28

distribution of ................. 28

movcmcntfl of .................. 28

in the Pacific ..................

Finger Coral ................................... 841

Mullet .................................. 453

Finncr, Sharp-headed .......................... 30

Finncra ................. ....................... 24

Fish Ox ........................................ 120

Fisher, Captain, on spawning of Mackerel ....... isd

Fisher, 8. E., on Southern Shrimps and Prawns. .H22, Hit
Fishing Frog ................................... IT;I

Fiaaurella aculeata ............................ 701

Five-finger ..................................... 840

Fjord Herring .................................. f,:,i

Seal ..................................... C2

FjordskSl...r.. ................................ 02

Flannel-month Cat ............................. 627

Flasher ........................................ 445

Flat Clain ...................................... 708

back ...................................... 27

fish ....................................... 17!. 1-j

fishes ..................................... 17.-i.17t;

Fleas, Beach .................................... 824

Sand ..................................... 824

Fleming, on the range of American Manatee ____ 116

Sperm Whale in Orkney _____ ....... 9

Flelan ......................................... 191

Flianm ......................................... 265

Floe-rat ........................................ 66

Florida Cooter ................................. 155

Flonnder ................................... 177,178,184

Black-dotted .......................... 187

Common .............................. 178

Craig ................................. 198,237

Deep Sea .............................. 178,198

Diamond ........... . .................. 18u

Four-spotted ................... . ...... 181

Pole .............................. 177,178,198

BuHty ................................. 197



INDEX.



Page.

Flounder Sand, spotted 199

Smooth 183

Starry 184

Turbot 178

Water 199

Winter 179,182

Flounders 175

Fluke 182

Flower, W. H., on distribution of Kinged Seal. . . 65, 66

Fly-fish 264

Flying Calamary 690

Flying-fish 257

family 459-461

Flying Gurnard 255

Food-fishes 169

Fool-fish, name for File-fish 171

Flounder 183

Foreter, J. E., on feeding habits of the Burbot . . . 239

size of Burbot 237

Fortin, P., on abundance and modes of capture of

Horee-Mackerel 321

Four-eyedfish 280

Four-spotted Flounder 181

Fox Shark 671

Freia products 733

Fresh-water Cod 236

Drum 370

Seals 59

Terrapins 152

Friar 456

Frigate Mackerel 305

Frog-fish 173

fishing 173

Frostfish 336

Fulgur carica 694

Fnndnlus grandis 466

majalis 466

parvipinnis 466

Fungus corals 841

Fur Seals 37

action of reproduction Ill

age of female when first pregnant 78

albinos among 105

among the breakers 101

arrival of Cow-seals at rookeries 85

at seal grounds 77

attitudes and coloration of 81, 82

on land 88

battle of the Seals 80,81

behavior of females on rookeries 88

atnight,of 95

change in weight 104

classing the hollaschickie by age 103

coming in of the bulls 77,78

comparative size of females and males 103, 104

courage of 87,88

definition of bollnschickie 98

description of adult male 75-77

Cow-Seal 85,86

the hollnschickie 97, 98

pups 89-91

disorganization of rookeries 91,92

dispersal of the hollnschickie 105

distribution in southern seas 38



Page.

Fur Seals, dolphin, jumps of 101

effects of heat on 83

eyes of the pups 94, 9.">

fasting at the rookeries B4

fine opportunities for observation 107

general character of 37

genitalia of the male and female 108

gentleness of hollnschickie 99

geographical distribution of 37, 38

and migra-
tion of 49

habits of 37,75

hauliug-grounds on beaches for hollu-

schickie 99

holluschickie 72,82,96

hollnschickio do not fast 99, 100

hospitals of 93

intestinal worms 84,85

irregular feeding of the pups 1 10

leaping out of water 101

life history of 75

locating the hauling-grounds of hollu-
schickie 98

mangy cows and pups 92

monstrosities among 105, 106

necessity of understanding the method

of reproduction 106, 107

odor of 96

old and young males fighting 79

only one pup born at a time 79

organization of the rookeries 86, 87

paths through the rookeries for hollu-
schickie 98,99

pelagic coition impossible Ill

period of gestation Ill

podding of the pups 94

power of scent of 96

pre-emption of the rookeries 80

preliminary advances of sexual union 110

range of vision of 95

relative duration of life of 79

reproduction is terrestrial 79

review of statements of life in rook-
eries 96,97

rich milk of 110

second change of coat 94

shedding the hair 103

sleeping 89

sleeping afloat 84

small number of barren females 113

speedy birth of pups 108

sports and pastimes of young bache-
lors 100

stagey seals 103

sullenness of old males 95

swimming feats of the bachelors 101, 102

taste in the matter of weather 105

unattached males 87

vitality of the male 112

voice of the 82,83

weight of females 104

where do they diet 106

young Seals learning to swim 93

Northern 4J



INDKX.



866



(Jiiddii

Gadidu-, unimportant families related to the 243

Gadug 200

chalcogrammus 233

compresstis 836

lacustris 235

lot:* 235

iM.iculosus 236

morrhna 800,236

periscopus s>32

tan 851

Calf-topsail Cat-fish 627

Poinpano 329

Gag 413

Oaillon and Johnitou, observations on green color

of Oyster 737-738

Galeocerdo tigrinug 672, 675

enemy of Sword-fish 354

Galeorhinng zygopterus 674,675

Gauimarus locust a 824

Gannet, enemy of Mackerel 299

Gaper 708

Garden, Alexander, on the Sword-fish 339

Gar-fishes, Silver 458

Garibaldi 270

Garman, 8. W., on distribution of West Indian

Seal 68

Garonpa 411

Gar-pike 662

pugnacity of 663

Alligator 663

Long-nosed 662

Short-nosed 663

Garrick 458

Garrod on size of South American Manatee 118

Garrupa 262

Black and Yellow 264

Flesh-colored 864

Green 265

Red 264

Speckled 263

Gasperean 590,589

Gaspergon 370

Gasperot 580

Gasteropoda C93

Gasterosteidie 557

Gosterosteus acnleatoa 338,457

biacnleatus 813

microcephalns 458

pungitins 457

Gast rochiena 699

Gawnook 460

(MM, R. I., on the Lake White-fish 507

Gcddes, Patrick, on chlorophyl-containing ani-
mals 737,739

Gelasimns mlnax 763

pugilator 703

pngnax 763

Genyonemns lineatus 379

Geographic Tortoises 152

Geophagns snrinamensis 276

George's fish 201

55 P



,

German Leech 337

i : iTt-8 argcnteus 279

harengulus 879

liomonymus 279

Gerride 860

Gcrvais on Sperm Whale in Mediterranean 9

Gherbis Sponge 043

Gibbar .- ,

(iihburt us 29

Gibbero Dorso 89

Gihbes, L. R., on habits of the Stone Crab 773

the Southern Shrimps 881,898

Gibbonsia ulegans 251

Gila elegans 616

Grahami 616

robnsta 616

Gill on distribution of Black Bass 402

history of California Sea Eluphant 73

Sperm Whales, Giant and Pigmy 11

Gillichthys mirabilis '. . . '. 855

Gilpin, Dr. Bernard, on geographical distribution

of Hooded Seal 69

Gilpin, habits of the Mackerel 885-887,888

movements of Haddock 224

Gilt-head 273

Girella nigricans :{94

Gizzard Shad 10

Glashan 228

Glass-eye 417

Glassock 228

Glattbutt 199

Claudius 337

Globe-fish 170

Globicephalus iuterniedius 11

Scammonii 18

swineval 11

Gloasan 898

Glossin 288

Glove Sponge 845-847

Glut Herring 688

Glyphidodon soxatilis 275

Glyptocephalus cynoglowas 198, 237

pacificns 186-188

zachinis 188

Gnathodon cnneatns 708

Goafs-head Porgy 393

Gobius glaucofnennm 255

soporator 255

Gobiesocidie 253

Gobiesox reticnlatns 255

Gobiidm 255

Gobiosoma alepidotnm 255

Goblins 259

Goby, Chubby 251,255

Goggle-eye 404,405

Goggled-eyed Jack 324

Goggler 324

Gold-fish 276

Golden Shiner 616

Trout 475

Goldsinny 273

Golet 605



866



INDEX.



Pago.

Goody

CapeMay 370

Goose Barnacles 828

Goose-fish, appearance

eggs time of spawning 174

geographical distribution of 173

habits and food of 173

palatable for food 174

Goose fishes 173

Gopher Tortoise 158

Gorgonia acerosa

flabellum 841

setosa 841

Gottenburg Herring 550

Gonjon 627

Gourd-seed Sucker 615

Gr&ben Herring 550

Grampus

color and size of 13

distribution of 13

habits of 14

known to early colonists 14

products of 14

California 14

Mottled 14

White-headed 14

griseus 13

Stearnsii 14

Grande flcaille 611

Grandykye 611

Grass Bans 406

Herring 550

Grass-hopper, name for yonng Lobster 783

Grass Rook-fish 264

Sponge 848, 849

Gray, on distribution of the Grampus 13

feeding habits of Bowhead 23

Greenland Whales 22

Pilot Whale 11

Sperm Whale in English Channel 9

figures of Fur Seals 54

geographical distribution of the Hooded

Seal i 70

North American Manatees 114

Northern Fnr Seals 52

Gray Back Whale 31

Leech 835

Perch, name for Drum 370

Pickerel 421

Pike 424

Snapper 397

Tront 487

Whale, California 31,32

Grayling r>05

American and European, similarity of. . 50fi

distribution of, in Europe 500

name for Salmon 470

Great Herring 550

Great Lake Pike 402

Greedignt 173

Green-bone, name for Mutton-fish 247

Silver Gar-fish 458

Green Crab 773



Green Cod

fish

Garriipa

head

Leech ...
Pike....
Pollock .



238

433

WJ

425

835

418

228

Rock-fish 265,266

RockTrout 267

Smelts 456

Sturgeon 662

tail 569

Turtles 147,150

breeding of 151

distribution of. 150

food and feeding habits IfiO

names of 150

size of 150

uses of 151

North American species of 150

Greenland and Right Whales, Baleen of 21, 22

Turbot 197

Whale 20

Greenlander 258

Grenadier family 244

Grey Gurnard 256

Halibut 194

Grey-lord 228

Grey-Trout, name of Squeteague 362

Gribble 826

Grilse 468

Groper 410

Ground-holders 783

Ground-keepers 201,213

Ground Pike 424

Shark 674,675

Tenders 201

Grouper, name for Rock Cod 262

Triple-tail 444

Banded 412

Black 411

Red 410

Grabber 612

Grubbers, name for Cod 212

Grubby 258

Grunt, Black 308,390

Californian 400

Red-mouth 398

White 399

Yellow ,.. 399

Grnnter 256

Guard on distribution of the alligator 142

Gnasa 4'1

Gubartas 29

Gundlach on abundance of Florida Manatee 123

Guelmen 337

braniliensibns 356

Gnffer 247

Guichenot on distribution of Sword-fish 340

Gulf Menhaden 575

food of 577

messmates of 576

movements of j 576



IMM A.



867



Unit' Mi-nli.iilni, popular names of.
reproduction of. ..

(illll-nsll

:!, on name of Manatee ...



......... 576

......... f77

......... 888

......... 116

(iiiiithcr. mi tin- anatomy of the Mullet .......... 449,450

classification of the Eel ......... 699

distribution of Row-fish - - ........ 260

-li-riilie ....................... 243

history anil habits of the Pilot-

fi>h ............................ 330

Lampreys .......................... 670

tin- lit'.- history of the Eel ......... 632.633

movements of t lie Gar- fishes ........ 468

namoH of American Bnrbot ......... 1S16

rate of growth of Swonl-fiHheH ....... 347,348

Scope] us family ..................... 547

Thread-fish ......................... 27<l

varia t ions of Saibling ............... 501

Human! family ................................. 255

Gurnard, Flying ................................ 255



Re<l

Gnrry Shark
Gut-pock Herrings
Hadilie
lladdnek
Hadilork, abundance of

disirilintionof

food of

movements of

names of

uses of

Norway
ll.nldoh
Hailow
Hadot
Hag-tigh, enemy of Halibut



256
674
550
224
223
............... 285

................ 223

226
224
224,
228
1 ........ 260

476
^ ........... 224

224
182

680,681
37
610
234
234
235
234
235
243
234
234
Old English ......... ..................... 234

Silver .................. . ................. 240

Squirrel .................................. 234

White ................................... 234

Half Herring ................................... 551

llall'.lieak .... ................................. 461

Half moon ...................................... 395

Halibut ............. ........................... 177

abnormal individuals among ............ 197

abundance of ........................... 193

common names of ....................... 190

distribution in N. W. Atlantic ........... 191

food of ................................ 196

migrations of ........................... 194

size of .................................. 193

spawning of ............................ 196



Hair Seals
Hairy-bark Shad
Make

distribution of

habit* of

names of

uses of

California

Dame

King



i-..

Halibut. ItMtMd UN

' 1'icknn ITM'.M

'"' 194

Little 197

Mi>ntci-c\ 18J

Italic h.rni- L;r\ ptir. i .

1 1 alii you rirhardsi .-,7

ll.ilisareoiden 844

Mall on Spawning of Market*! 29i

Hiillefisk |;i|

Hullrfliindra 191

Hallock, Charlea, on migration of Sen Ham 408

on distribution of Stri|x-d liam 425

Charles, on hiil.il- of the liowflu 658

on spawning habits of Black Bam 403

Hamlin, on habits of Luke Trout 1-7

Hammer-brad Shark r,71,i~:,

Sucker 615

Handsaw Fish family 547, 548

HannaliilU 407

Haplnidonotusgriiniiiens 362,370

Harbin 228

Harbor Porpoise, food of ].".

dest ruct i venem of 16

di-triliiilion of 14

repriMlurtion of 16

size ami movementn of 15

uses of 1.".

Seal

general history ami lynouymy of 65

geographical ilixtrihiitiou of 55

habiteof 57

Hard Clam 708

Hard-head, name for Salmon 444

Whale 31

Shad, Name for Menhaden 669

Sponge 846

Hard-month 618

Hani-tail 324

Harding, Capt. King, on abundance of Mack-
erel 290

Harding, Capt. King, on food of Mackerel '.".M

Hare-lip 614

Hare, Sea 18

Harlan, on abundance of Florida Manatee ll

American Manatee* 114

-i/- of Florida Manatee 117

Harmer, Thomas, on enumeration of eggs in

Mackerel 298

Harp Seal 62,r.T,

Breeding iW

geographical distribution of.

hunting, and products fi3, (M

Turning 62

Voting ' -'

Hart, M. A., on capture of Lampreys -"

Harvewt-flsb 333

distribution of 333

Harwood on the noe of the Fur Seal 79

Haul-a-boat Ull

Hawk's-hill Turtles 147, 1 1'.'

asfood i:."

economic valne, grades of

shell of.. 149



INDEX.



Page.

Hawk'8-bill Turtle, food and habits of 149

range of 149

sizeof 149

Hecht 562

Hector on Sword-fish in New Zealand 341

Heilbot 191

Heiligebutt 191

Helmet-shell 699

Hemdurgan 260

Hemilepidotns spinosns 259

trachurus 259

Hemirhamphas Rosse 460

nnifasciatns 461

Hemitripterus, americanns 258

hispidus 258

HenClam 708

Hen-fish family 335

Henshall, J. A., on the Black Bass 401

Heptranchias maculatus 674

Herbert on the peculiarities) of the Siscowet 496

Hermes, Dr. Otto, on reproductive organs of Con-
ger-Eel 656,657

Hermit Crabs 779,780

Herrard on habits of, American Manatee 119, 120

on products of South American Manatee. 127

on the pugnacity of Alligators 143

Herring 549

abundance and importance of 549

artificial propagation of 563

capture and uses of 565,566

effect of meteorological conditions on

capture of 554,555

fishery, alleged deetructivoness of 560-568

food of 563-565

geographical distribution of 551-552

movements and migrations of 552-557

name for Char 501

GnlfMenhaden 576

Menhaden 569

names of 550

periodicity of abundance of, on Euro-
pean coast 557-559

reproduction of 559, 563

Big-eyed 611,680

Bleking 550

Bine 579

Bohnslan 650

Boundary : 550

Branch 580

California 568,169

Cod 201

English 682

Kat 650

Fjord 551

Glut 682

Gottenbnrg 660

Grdben 650

Gnas 550

Great 660

Gut-pock 650

Half 151



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