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Hogs 14

KnlU 550

641



Herring, Laid

Little ,

Michigan

New York

Norwegian

Norwegian Winter

Scotch Dutch

Skarp

Small

Spiced ,

Sprat

Spring

Summer. ...... ....

Tender

Tiny

Toothed

Tribe

Wall-eyed



Page.

651

579

541

579

550

550

551

550

550

550

579

579

579

551

579

612

549

580

Herrings of the Pacific coast 568,569

Eiver 579

Hessel, Rudolph, on the Carp 618-626

Heterodontns Francisci 675

Heterograpsns nndus 765

oregonensis 765

Heterostichns restrains 251,275

Hewlook-Powak 505

Hexagrammns asper 268

decagrammus 267,268

lagocephalus 267,268

ordinatus 268

Stelleri 267

Hezanchus corinus 676

HickoryShad 607

abundance of 608,609

geographical distribution of 608

names of 607,608

reproduction of 609

sizeof 609

Higginson, Francis, on abundance of Mackerel in

1629 289

High-finned Killer Whale 17

Hind, H. Y., on abundance of Herring.., 549

the causes of irregular movements

Mackerel schools 300-1

distribution and abundance of

Codfish 209,210

geographical distribution of Mack-
erel 21

migrations of the Mackerel 288

movements of Capelin 546

Codfish schools... 208
relations between Mackerel and

Launce 292,293

spawning Codfish 209

habits of the Capelin 545, 546

Hind, Spotted 412

Hippa talpoida 779

Hippocampus hcptagonus 172

hu<ls< in nis 172

ingens 172

Hippoglossoidcs elassodon 188

r.xilis 187

Jordani 186,187

platessoides 197



868



vul^aris

Hippulytr liivvinistiN

Hinulo im'ilii inalis

ofllcinaliH

parasite of Sword-fish.



180

818

835

.^ 836

306

Histiophorus amcricaQiia 336,337,356

gladius 336,357

i in mar ii l;t MM 338

indic-iM 356

oricutalis 3J6

piili'lii-Ilu.s 336

Histriophoca fattciata 63,67

fasciata 107

Hoe 673

Mother 667

llojj-choker 177

Hogfiith 275

nanio for Log Perch 417

Pigfish 398

Holacauthus ciliaris 280

Holbrook on beat fishing-grounds for Sheepshead. 989

breeding of Green Turtles 151

differences between Sea Boss and

Black-fish 408

distribution of the Alligator 141

Tautog 269

food and feeding habita of Green

Turtles 150

the food of the Loggerhead Turtle . 148

habits of the Crab-eater 444

habits of the Grouper 410

Sheepshead 382

Spanish Mackerel 312

the Squirrel-fish 410

the habits of the Whiting 376, 377

Mobilianer 155

mode of life of Alligators 144

origin of name of Alligator 141

the Pig-fish 300

range of Ha wk's-bill Turtles 140

the Bed-mouth Grunt 398

size of the Alligator 142

and mode of life of Bullfrog. .. 159

Holconotus Agassizi 278

analis 278

argentens 278

rhodoterua 278

Holia 476

Holibut 191

Holocauthus tricolor 280

Holm-minim pentacanthnm 361

Holothnria tloridana 8S8

princepa 838

Holybut 191

Homarns americanns 781

capensis 783

vulgaris 783

Home, Sir Edward, on development of the Lam-
prey 678

Homer 667

Hone 476

Hooded Seal 65,68

foodof.. 71



r, .
Hooded Seal, geographical distribution and rnigra-

tniiiMof 68-71

habits of 71

limiting and productsof 71

Hoopid Salmon 477

Horned Dace 617

Dogfish 678

Eel 846

Pout 687

Homes* 340

Horny-head 617

Uor 3J6

Hone CrevaHe* 323 i 334

Horsn-flsh, name for Blunt-nosed Shiner :2

Sauger 424

Hone-head ;&:(

Horse-mackerel 380

name for Black Candle-fish 968

Blnefish 433

California Hake 243

Jnrel 324

Horse, Sea 35

Sponge 845,848

Horseshoe Crab 829,830

Horsewhale 36

Honndlish, name for Blnefish 435

Silver Gar-fish 459

Blew 308,435

Speckled 308,435

Hubbard on abundance of Sperm Whale 9

distribution of Atlantic Walrus 34

Hnmaana 474

Humpback Whales 26,27,29

foodof 26

distribution of 26

migrations of 26

in New England 27

size of 26

Hump-backed Salmon 476

Butterflsh :i23

Hungarian Leech 837

Hunter and Woods on Sperm Whale in England. 9

Huxley, Prof. T. H., on abundance of Herring 549, 550

alleged destructiveness of

the Herring fishery 507,668

distribution of the Cray-
fishes 818

the functions of the append-
ages of Cray- fish 782

migration of Herrings 553

spawn ing habita of Herring.559-568
the structure of the Cray-
fish 812,813

Hya-qna 703

Hyatt, Prof. A., on Florida and Bahama commer-
cial Sponges 846-850

general structure of the Sponge 844

the horny Sponges 844-846

Hydroid Corals 841

Hyodon alosoides 612

elenope 612

tergisns 612

Hyndontida 612



870



INDEX.



Hyodon tergisus
Hyperaodon bidens
Hypleurochilus gentilis
Hypomesus olidus
Hypsopsetta guttulata
Hypsurus Caryi
Hysterocarpus t ni ski
Icichthys Lockiugtoni
Icosteus xnigmaiicus

family
Ictalurus

albidus



Page.
613
18
251
544
185
278
279
361
361
361
626
627
nigricans ......................... ..... 626, 627

pondrrosus ........................... 626

punctatus ............................. 626

Ictiobus bnbalns ............................. ... 615

cnrpio ................................. 615

cyprinella ............................. 615

cyprinus ............................... 615

urus ................................... 615

Idyia roseola ................................... 842

Ikanjj^an ..................................... 338

Ikau-layer ..................................... 368,357

Ilyanassa ..................................... 696

obaoleta .............................. 693

luipcrador ...................................... 337

Ingcrgoll, E., on ageucies destructive to Oysters .746-748
ou destructive influence of the Drum
on Oyster-beds .................... 369

ou interference of other animal life

with Oysters .................... 748,749

on Oyster culture ................. 732,733

Inland Alewifo ................................. 594

Inshore Cod ....................... . ............ 201

Ltogomphodon inaculipinnis .................... 672

Isophyllia dipsacca ............................. 841

Isopods ........................................ 826,827

Isurus.sp ...................................... 675

Ivory 1 in i n;ir !< ................................. 828

Jnck, name for Boccacio ........................ 266

Jurel ............................ 324

Pickerel ......................... 464

Wall-eyed Pike ............ > ..... 418

Buffalo ................................... 324

Salmon ................................... 418

Jackson, J. B. 8., on Sperm-Whale grounds ....... 8

Jacobs, Solomon, on migrations of Mackerel ..... 287

Jacoby on discover}- of female Eel .............. 636, 638

the external characteristics of Eels .. .644,645
natural history of the Eel ............ 652-055

search for young Eels ................ 646

Jrllv-fish, food of ocean Sunfish ................ 169

Jrlly-fisuea ..................................... 841,842

Jcrker ......................................... 617

Jew-fish ....................................... 413

name for Black Grouper ................ 411

Tarpum ....................... 611

Jewel-head ..................................... 370

Joe Rocker ..................................... 774

John Dory .................................... 335

name for Rose-fish ................... 260

Johnny ........................................ 259

Orindle ................................. 658

Verde .. 413



Page.

Johnson, Capt. G. A., on spawning of Halibut 190

Jonah Crab 769

affinities of 709

distribution and habits 769

economic value of 770

name of 770

Jones, J. Matthew, on abundance of Horse-Mack-
erel 321

distribution of Sword-fish 34 1

pugnacity of Spear-fishes . 359

Joohoo :<37

Jordan, D. S., Prof., on distribution of

AgonidiB 258

Alaska Pollack 232, -tt

Banner Pompano 329

Barracouta 448

Blue Pike 423

California Anchovy 612

Conger Eel 628

Flying-fish 459, 460

Herring 508,569

Pompano 3:i4

Sardine 569

Smelt 457,544

Yellow-tail 331

Spuroids 394, 395

Carp family 616-618

Catfish family 626-028

Chub Mackerel :!0:i

Corvhms and Roncadors of

the Pacific coast 378-380

Dolly Varden Trout 504, 505

Flat-fishes and Soles of the

Pacific coast 184-189

Fresh- water Drum 370

Hasj-fishes 681

Inland Alewife 594

King-fish 31li

Little Tunny 322

LOR Perch 417

Long-fiiined Tunny 320

Mullet in California 456

Parrot-fish 275

Pacific Boni to 319

Tom Cod 223

Pike Perches 417

Quinnat Salmon 479,480

Ratfish 00-2

Rock Cods of the Pacific. . .262-267

Trouts 267,208

Salmons of the Pacific 474-479

ganger 424

Serraunid fishes of the Pa-
cific Coast 413

Sharks of the Pacific Coast. 074-676

Sturgeons of California (>02

Sucker family 614-010

Sunfishos and their allies... 404

Surf-fish family 276-279

Surf Smelt 544

Sword-fish :!4l

Tile-fish family 301

Wall-eyed Pike 417

Whitofisbes 541-543



INDKX.



871



:: - '
899



j.-.s..|yn ..ii tin- Aiewiie, n;?:. ....................

si/,.,.1 'Maek.Tel. 1675.. ...... .......

Joyce, <'a|,t. HuDsun !(.. nn mi^i.itmh- of Muck-
.i.-l .......................................... 884,889



Jubnret ........................................

.InUaites ........................................

JnliartiiM ........................................

Jukes, Professor, on dixirilmtion of Kinged Seals.
food of Howled Seal .........



.In ni|iiii^ Mullet
. I line Mullet
Jupiter
Jnpit.-r KiM'h

Whale
Jnpitervisch
.lur.-l

Cuba
Jururna
Kalieljaauw
Kalleranlik
Ka|HMtnik
Kaskelot



Kaykc.
Kazilot .....
Keela Lank

Kr.-thie



29
29

'.?.

65

71

401

449

451

29

29

30

29

324

325

150

200

197

133

7

59

59,66
476
7
18
173
173
173
778
275
413
67. Oj



Keithok .......................................

Kelp Crab .....................................

Kelp-fish of California ..........................

Kelp Salmon ....................................

Kemp, R.W., on distribution of West Indian Seal.
Kemps, Capt. David, on abundance and habits of
Mullet ....................................... 452,4.':!

Kerato-Silicioidea .............................. 844

Keratniilea ..................................... 844

Kerr, J. W., on food of White-fish ............... 51<;

spawning of White-fish .......... 523

Kettlemaw .................................... 173

Kiel, Peter, on food of White-fish ................ 516

spawning of White-fish ......... 522,523

Killer Whales ................................. 12,17

annoyance to whalemen .......... 17

destructiveness of ................ 17

habits and distribution of ......... 17

uses of ........................... 17

Low-finned ....................... 17

Killifish ........................................ 466

King Cero ..................................... 307,316

King Crab ..................................... 829,630

K inn-flub ........... ............................ 375

name for Cero ......................... 316

Whiting ................. .... 377

Kin;; Hake .................................... 034

King Salmon ................................... 479

Kipper ......................................... 468

Ki-utch ....................................... 477

Kirtland, J. P., on breeding lialiits of the Hun fish. 405, 406

habits and value of Grass Bass. 407

Klapmyds ...................................... 69



Klipplisk 200

K ni fe -bundle 707

Knight cm toml ami 1'erding habits of Green Tur-
tles 161

habits of Yellow-bellied Terrapin 155

K.'-I.-I Floweri 11

Kiil.ler 228

Kotickie

Krasnuya Ryba 477

Kraut 133

Ktla-why 47(i

Knlla Herring 550

Kill inn ml 501

Kunilien, L., on Lake Trout 493-49G

Muscallonge 464-460

Pike 463,464

White Bass 428-431

Whitefish 536-540

Yellow Perch 414-417

Ringed Seal 80

Halibut 192

Seals in fresh water 59

HoodedSeal 69,70

Ringed Seals 664

Salmon iu Lake Ontario 473,47

228



Knth
Kyack
Kyanck
Laberdan

I.ai lllinla-IMMs



582
5S2
200
27.'>



Lady Crab 774,775

612

612

370

141

1C

16



Lady-fish

family

Lafayette

Lagartoa

Lageuorhynchus obliquidens

perspicillatus.



Lagocephalns lievigatns 170

Lagodon rhomboides 393

LakeCusk 23d

Herring 541

Salmon 487

Sturgeon 6t>0

Trout 485,504

Trout, culture of 491-493

enemies of 491

foodof 490

importance of 488

names of 488

principal spawning grounds of 489,490

sizeof 486

spawning of 488

varieties of 486-488

White-fish 507

Laker 487

I. a ma ni in 116

Lamellaria perspicna 693

Lamellibranchiata - - 703

I. a m n a comubica 669

cornnbica 675

Lamper Eel, name for Mutton-fish 247

Eels 67

Lamplighter 400

Lampreta 676



872



INDEX.



Page.

Lamprey, ecuuomic uses and capture of 679, 680

spawning season of 678

Lampreys 676-680

LainprididsB 335

Lampris guttatus 335

Lamproie 676

Lancelets 681

Land-snails, edible 701,702

Lanman, Charles, on capture of White-fish in the

GrandLake 536

economic value of the Bur-
bot 240

feeding habits of the Bur-
bot 239

geographical distribution of

Shad 594,595

on spawning habits of the Capelin 545

value of Capelin 546

varieties of Lake Trout 487

Lant 244

distribution of 245

habits of 244

uses of 246

Lard Herring 551

Latilidw 300

Launce 244

Lavinia exilicauda 618

Lawyer 236

Leather Carp 619

Leather-jacket 332

habit of stealing bait 172

name for File-fish 172

Leather Turtle 147

l.i- Baron, J. !'., on mode of capturing Manatee .. 124, 125

Ledatenuisulcata 703

Leech, culture of 835,836

ponds, American 836

structure of 833

use of 836

varieties of 836

American, cultivation and economic value

of 834,835

distribution and structure of. . . 833

medicinal 833

European 835

German 837

Gray 835

Green .' 835

Hungarian 837

Spanish 837

Swedish 837

Leeches 833-837

Legateer 141

Leidy, on cause of green color of Oysters 738

the living Sponge, in Ostrea virginiana. 750

the range of American Manatee 116

Le-Kai 476

Leomarinns 39

Leopard Seal 59,73

Shark 675

Lepas fascicularis 628

Lepidogobius gracilis 255

Lepidopsetta bilineata 185

Lepidopus caudatns 336



Lopidosteidae

Lepidosteus osseus

platystonius
spatula

Lepomis cyanellus
gibbosus
Holbrookii
inuuatns
megalotis
notatus
pallidns
punctatus

Leptagouus verrucosus
xyostemus

Leptocottus armatus

Leptocephalus conger

Leptops



Page.
662
622
063
603
406
405
406
406
406
406
406
406
258
258
259
655
626
olivaris ............................... 636,627

Lerneaus, parasites of Sword-fish ................ 354

Leucorhamphus borealis .................. ..... 16

Peronii ..... ...... ............ 16

Lewis, on abundance of Haddock ............... 225

Libinia dubia .................................. 778

emarginata ............................ 778

Licnophora Cohnii .............................. 734

Limanda aspera ................................ 184

ferruginea ............................ 184

Eongh ................................ 184

Limnea ........................................ 694

Limnoria, Boring ............................... 826

lignomm ............................ 826

similar to Boring Amphipod. 825
Limulns polyphemus ............................ 829

Lindahl, Josna, on periodicity in movements of
Herring in Europe ............................ 557,558

Ling, name for Burbot .......................... 236

Cobia ........................... 444

CultnsCod ...................... 267

Hake ........................... 234

Mutton-fish ..................... 247

Liocottus hirundo .............................. 259

Lion, Sea ...................................... 37,38

Liostomus xauthurus ........................... 370

Liparididffi ..................................... 253

Liparis lineatns ................................ 253

pulchellus .............................. 255

vulgaris ................................ 253

l.i i u.s perciformis ............................... 334

LittleDrum .................................... 367

Halibut ................................. 197

Herring ................................. 579

Mackerel ................................ 305

NeckClam .............................. 708

Roncador ................................ 379

Smelt ................................... 457

Sunny ................................... 322

Littorina ....................................... 693

Ljungman, on annual migrations of Herring

schools ....................... 555-557

geographical distribution of Her-

ring .......................... 551, 502

migrations of Herring ........... 552, 553

names of Herring ................ 550

Lob-Koling .................................... 228



INDEX.



873



I .nl HI in.'iriiio

Lobotes snrinameusis

Lobster

American

name of.

Berried

Blnck . .



rip

46

444

780

781

783

783

783

European, development of 802-804

distribution and habita of.. ..807-811

Rock 780,783

School 783

Soft-shell 783

Spiny 780

Lobsters 780-812

association of males and females 789-790

average size at present 783-784

bathy me trical range of 787

casting a claw 806-806

character of the bottom preferred by 787-788

color of 785-786

composition of 811-812

decrease in size of 783

deformities and diseases of 806

designations of spawn of 796

destruction by storms 807

development of the young 979

distribution and geographical range of. .786-787

enemies of 806-807

extrusion of the eggs, etc 798-799

food of 804-605

in fresh and brackish water 787

growth, shedding, etc., of 791-794

habitats while spawning of 797

large 784-785

migrations of 788

movements of 790-791

number of eggs in 798

off-shore range of 787

parasites of 806

pairing of 797

rate of growth of 794-795

relations and structure of 781-783

reproduction of 795-79C

schooling of 789

shedding after spawning 799

size of spawning 797

spawn as food 798

spawning season of 796-797

transplanting the young of 804

winter habits of 790

Lobster's Tail, name for Land Snail 701

Loche 236

Lockee Cod 413

Lockington on the Glyptocephalns zachirns 189

Hippoglossoides Jordan! 187

Parophrys ischyrng 185

Lock wood, Rev. Samuel, on habits of Sea-horse. . 172
tongue of the Drill . . 696

Lodde 544

Lodde-Fisk % 205

Log-fish 334

LogPerch 417

Loggerhead Tnrtle 147, 153

breeding habit* of 148



Loggerhead Tnrtle, distribution of 147

economic value 148

foodof 148

rateofgrowth 146

sizeof 148

Loggerheads 147

Pealei, 349,687

Long-boned Shad 279

Long Clam 707

Long-eared Sun-fish 406

Long- finned Sole 188

Tunny 320

Long-nosed Oar-pike 662

Look-down 323

Lopholatilns chamrelconticeps 360

Lophopsctta macnlata 179,199

Losh 236

Lost Salmon 476

Lota brosmiana 236

inornate 236

maculosa 235,236

enemy of Alewivea 592

vulgaris 236

Low-finned Killer-whale 17

Lnccio 462

Lncioperca borea. 424

canadensis 424

grisea 424

Lamp-fish 253

distribution of 254

Lnmp-snckers 253

Lumpenns angnillaris 251

Lnnatia grcenlandica 693

heros 693

heros 700

immaculate 693

Lnnge 487

Black 487

Racer 487

Silver 487

1. Upton, N. S., on breeding habits of salt-water

Cat-fish 628

Luth 147

Lutjanus autolycus 397

Blackfordii 395

campechianns 396

caxis 236

caxis ' 397

Stearnsii 396

torridus 396

Lilt ken on distribution of Sword-fish 341

geographical distribution of Rose-fish. 261

Lnzzo 462

Lybecker on periodicity of Herring in Europe.. . 558

Lycodes family 347

Lycodidas 247

Lycodopsis microstomus 248

pancidens 248

Lyell, Sir Charles, account of battle between por-
poise, and alligators 15

on habits of Cowfish 16

I. y man, Col. Then., on abundance of Tautog .... 971

spawning of the Sea-robin 256

Lyon, George, on capture of Lampreys 679-680



874



INDEX.



Page.

Lysanger 261

Ly siosquilla glabriuscula 82:!

Lytle, A. H., oil movements of Branch Alewifc.. . 592

McDonald, Marshall, on the Hickory Shad 607-609

Shad 594-WK)

Shad and Alewives .579-588

Hachaeroplax obecura 693

Mackerel, abundance of 289,290

and its allies 281,300

enemies of 299-300

food of 290-294

geographical distribution of. 281-282

hibernation of 284

migrations of 282,288-289

spawning grounds of 302, 303

rate of growth and size of 298, 209

reproduction of 294-298

schools, studies of the movements of . . 300

Atka 268

Big-eyed 303

Bull 303

Chub 303

Frigate 305

Guide 458

Little 305

Mixed 304

Monterey 316

Shark 669

enemy of Mackerel 299

Skip 433

Snapping 433

Spanish 307

Thimble-eye 304

Sinker 304

Yellow 324

Mackinaw Trout 48

Mackinnon, Captain, on Turbot in America 176

Macoma uasuta 708

sabulosa 703

Macrobdella decora 833

Macrochelys 153

lacertina 153

Macrorliinus augnstirostris 72

leouinus 73,74

MaoruridjB 244

MacruruH Bairdii 244

rupestris 244

Macy Zacchens, on former abundance of Sperm

Whale 8

on the Scrag Whale 31

Mademoiselle , 375

Madrepora cervicornis 841

palinata 841

prol i fera 84 1

Maigre 368

Malacoclemmys geographica 156

Lesncurii 156

palustris 156

Mallotns villosug 207,544

Malm, on dnte of capture of Cat-fish 250

Malma fi04

Malmgren, on distribution of Hooded Seal 70

habits of Ringed Seals 66

Malthe ve-tpertilio 172



Page.

JIiilthcidiB 173

Manatee, names of 116

mode of capture 123, 124

probability of extinction of 123

products furnished by 1 27

size and weight of 117

American 114

boundaries of the range of . . 116
early allusion to habits of,

by Columbus 119

Florida, abundance of 122, 123

distribution of 114

size of 117

North American species of 114

South American, abundance of 123

distribution of 115

size and weight of . .. 117

West Indian 115

Manati 116

Manatus antiquus 116

australis 114

inornatns 116

latirostris 115

Manaty 116

Man-eater Shark 669-670,675

Manentine 116

Mangrove Snapper 396,397

Manicina areolata 841

Manta birostris 606

Mantis, Sea 823

shrimp ... - .. - .. 823

Manuani 663

Mar, Captain Chester, on food of Mackerel 291-292

migration of Codfish .. 210

Marbled Angler 173

Margarita argentata 693

cinerea 69:?

groenlandica 693

Margatefish 394

Marine Tortoises and Turtles 147

Turtles, speciesof commercial importance. 147

Worms 831

Market fish 394

MaroonaEel 247

Marphysa sangninea 833

Marse Banker 326

Marshbanker 569

Marsoon

Marsuin 14,18

Marten on distribution of White Whale 18

Marthy 236

Masooka 37( >

Masters, Peter, on abundance of Mullet at Saint

Augustine 453

Matajuelo 361

on the colors of Grayling 507

Mather, Fred. , on destructi veness of the Drum : V. M

Jelly-fish. 842
Richard, on abundance of Mackerel in

1635 289

extract from journal 13

Maties 550

Matkah

Mattowacca (m



1NDKX.



si.'.



Manlnish ....... ............................... ZW

M.-i \iiiiilia n, 1'rincc. mi ilitril >nt ion of South Amer-

ir:m Manatee ................................. ll.'i

May Slicker .................................... 614

M.i\ M.II.I. C. J., on distribution of Florida Mana-

tee .......................................... !!.">

Mrandrina clmma .................... .. ........ 841

labyrintliiforiiiis ..................... 841



Medialuia ..................................... 395

Medregal ....................................... 331

Medu ........................................ 841

Meerhcdit ..................................... 42

lops thrisftoides ............................ 610

Megapteru osjihyia ............................. 26

vtTMihilis ........................... 26

Meluuipus ...................................... 694

bidentatus ........................... 701

Melauograinmus a>glefinus ...................... 233

Menhaden ...................................... 569

abundance of ......................... 573

distribution of ........................ 570

enemies of ............... . ............ 574

food of ............................... 573-574

movements of ....................... 570-573

names of ............................. 569-570

reproduction of ....................... 673

uses of ............................... 574-675

Gulf ................................. 575

Menidia notuta ................................. 456

Menippe mercenarius ........................... 772

Meuomonec White-fish .......................... 541-542

Menticirrus alburnus ........................... 376

littoralis ........................... 376

nebnlosns .......................... 375

nndnlatus .......................... 379

Merchant, Capt. E. W., on abundance of Haddock. 225



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