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Pollock.. 229

t Cod-fish schools ....... 205

food of Mackerel ...... 292

the uses of the Hake . . 235

Merlangus carbonarius ......................... 231

vulgaris ............................ 241

Merluccio ...................................... 240,243

Merlncius bilincaris ............................ 240

merlus ............................... 240

productus ............................ 243

vulgaris ............................. 240

Mermaid-fish .................................. 171

Merou .......................................... 267

Methy ......................................... 236

Mi unier, on overtiming for Sword-fish in the

Mediterranean .................. 349

reproduction of Sword-fish ....... 350

Michigan Grayling, artificial propagation of ..... 507

Herring ............................... 541

Microgadus proximns ........................... 223

i. .mi-oil ............................ 223

Mirropogon undnlatus .......................... 378

Micropterus Dolomiei ........................... 401

enemy of Alewi ves ........ 592

salmoides .......................... 401

enemy of Alewi ves ....... 59SJ

MicroHtomidn ................................ 543



i- p

Milaktok dl

M i I lr|M>ra alcicornU 841

Miller's Thumb

.Mill.-t on food and voracity of tin- Saibling 504

Milncr, .1. W., on artificial propagati >f White-
fish 523-528

tl- Chief Mountain Wliit-iUh.f:42.. r >43

culture of White-fish 589-P35

developme nt and rate of growth

of White-fish f.l

distribution of the Eel 032

enemies of Lake Trout 491

enemies of White-fish 512, 513

food of the Grayling 506, 507

W hite-nali 513-51C

general habits and history of

Lake Sturgeon 660, 661

the habitat of the Michigan Gay-
ling 506

habits of the speckled trout 499

importance of Lake Trout 481

improved methods of shipping

eggs of White-fish 529-531

the Lamprey as a parasite 679

movements of White-fish in the

Great Lakes 509-512

parasites of White-fish C35

size and weight of Lake Trout. 491
spawning grounds of Lake

Trout 489,490

spawning habits of Lake Tront.488, 489

Minister 627

Mi M nil n.x cornutus 617

Minnow name for Mummicbog 466

Rot-gut f>lK

Minnows 616

Minny 276,278

Mirror Carp 619

Mishcnppaug 386

Missouri Sucker (115

Mitchill, on habits of the 8heepsheal 382, 383

the Hammer-head Shark 671

history of the Chub Mackerel .. . ::".:

Spanish Mackerel 308

Sword-fish 340

Tautog 2fl9

Tantog fishing 272,273

term of continuance of the Sheeps-

head 380,381

and Field on abundance of Salmon. 469

Mixed Mackerel 304

Mnemiopsis Leidyi 842

Mobilianer Terrapin 155

Mobins, Professor, on food of Herring 565

reproduction of European

Oyster 720

Modiola capax 709

hamatns 709

modiolus 703,709

plicatnla 709

Modiolaria discors 703

Moharra 276,278

family 279

Mongrel White-fish 541



876



INDEX.



Page.

Monk-fish 171,173

Mola 169

Moll 269

Molligut 173

Mollusks 687

dyes from 699

shells for cameo-cutting 699,700

Wing-footed 702,703

MolvaHuntia 236

vnlgaris 236

Molyneux on Sperm Whale in England 9

Monocanthus setifer 213

Monodou monoceros 19

Monterey Halibut 182

Mackerel 316

Moon eye 541-613

family 612,613

Moon-fish 445

name for Blunt-nosed Shiner 322

range of 445

Silver 323

Moore, C. E., on abundance of Spanish Mackerel. 312

Moray, speckled 628

Morays 628

Morina ." 250

Morse 34,35,36

Mortimer, C., on pugnacity of Sword-fish 351

Morue 200

verte 200

Moss Bass 401

Mossbunker 569

Mother of Eels 236

Mottled Grampus 14

Mountain Trout 475

name for Black Bass 401

Moxostoraa macrolepidotnm 614

Mncqna 497

Mud Bass 405

Cat 627

Crabs 772

Mud-dab 182

Mud-fish 658

Mud Shad 610

Suckers 615

Muffle Jaws 259

Mngilalbula 449

brasiliensis 449

MUller, August, on the development of the Lamprey 678

great Northern Expedition 129

Mullet, abundance of 450,451,452

in California 456

Eastern Florida 450-453

general habits of 449

movements of 451

names of 449

in Saint Mary's River 453

Southeastern Florida 453

value of 452

Big-yed 449

Black 375

Fat 451

Finger 453

Jumping .... ...... .- 449

June.. 451



Mullet, Roe

Sand

Sea

Silver

Striped

White
Mullets
Mnmmichog

family ........... :

Bluefish
Muraena nigra
Muraenid
Murenieides ornatns
Murie, Dr., on food of Sirenians



Pago.
451
449
453
449
449
449
449
466
466
449
629
628
251
119

size of South American Manatee.. 117, 118
Murray, Andrew, on Bowhead Whales ............ 20

distribution of Right Whales. 25

Sperm Whales - 7

Muscallonge ................. ____ ............... 464

abundance of ....................... 464-466

Musk Tortoise .................................. 152,154

characteristics of ................. 154

distribution of ................. ... 154

Musqnaw River White-fish ...................... 541

Mussel Digger .................................. 31

Mussels ...... ................................. 709

uses of ................................. 710

Mustelis canis .................................. 236

Mnstelus californicus ........................... 675

canis ................................. 672

Mustet ......................................... 244

Musteta ........................................ 244

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

Mya arenaria ................................... 703

Mycedium fragile ...................... ......... 841

Mycteroperca brunnea .......................... 413

falcata ........................... 413

microlepis ........................ 413

stomias ........................... 413

Myctophum crenulare .......................... 547

Myers, W. E., on the Mullet in Saint Mary's River. 453
Mykiss ........................................ 474

Myliobatidae ................................... 665

Myliobatis californicus ......................... 666

Fremenville ......................... 665

Mylochilus caurinus ............................ 617

Mylopharodon conocephalus .................... 617

Myriolepis zonifer .............................. 268

Mytilus edulis ................................. 703,709

Myxine glntinosa ............................... 680

Myxinidae ..................................... 680

Namaycush .................................... 485

Narwhal ....................................... 19

distribution of ......................... 19

size, uses, &c .......................... 19

Nassnlas ....................................... 733

Natica ......................................... 696

clausa .................... .. ............. 693

Native Cod ..................................... 201

Seal ..................................... 58,65

Nancrates dnctor ....................... ........ 330

Nantichthys oculofasciatus ...................... 59

Needle-fish .................................... . 458

Noill, Mr., on the Mutton-fish ................... 248



INDEX.



877



Neiteek 66,66

Nejou ogon C76

VI, !:. \v , on th.. Blackfish of Alaska 46ti,467

NrnuliiiuM Hlaiifhardi 251

satiricus -'!

Neoliparis mucosug 256

\i ]>tiiiii>a degpecta 603

Nereis liuibata 832,833

vireng 831,833

Ni-iiinartout 69

Nuunailgo 676

N ailjjel 676

NeveriU duplicata 700

r.iiKland Whiting 240

New Light 407

New York Herri ng 579

Newfoundland Turbot 177

Nigger Chub 618

Night Cod 214

Nilsgon and Muller on Sea-Beam 52

Nine-eye 076

Nippon 273

NonlciiHkiold on extinction of Rbytina 135

Norris, Tbad., on beauty of young Salmon 472

habit* and size of White Perch 432

manner of fishing for Sbeepshead.. 383

the size of the Salmon 473

North, Christopher, on the " perfect fish " 473

Northern Fur Seal 49

figures of 53,54

general history 51

size of 61

Northwest Whale 24

Norway Haddock 260

Norwegian Herring 550

Winter Herring 550

Nosconougo 466

Notemigonns chrysoleucna 616

Noturns flavus 627

Nucula proxima 703

tennis 703

Nurse-shark 672,674

Nye, William, on pugnacity of Sword-fish 353

Oar-fish '. 449

Obispo Kay 665

Ocean Kingfish 337

Sun-fishes 169

Octopus granulat us 687

Oculina diffusa 841

Odoba;i>iila) 33

Odobaenns obesns 34

rosmarus 34

Odontaspis littoralis 670

Odon topyxis tris)ii IIOSMS 258

Odowtomia striatula 694

Ogilby on breeding habits of Mauatees 118

the Sucking-fish as a fisher 446, 447

Oil Shark 675

Okow '. 418

Old English Hake 234

Old Man 66

Oligocottus analis 259

globiceps 259

mai-u IIISIIH . . 259



IV".

Oligoplitea saunu 333

Olivella biplicata 699

damn 699

gracilig 090

Oliver on the habiU of the Lant 246

Ombre Chevalier 601

Ommagtrepbeg illecebrosa 687,690

enemy of Mackerel . . . 299

Oncorhynohns chonicha 479

gorbngcha 476

keU 476

kigutch 477

nerka 477

quinnat 480

Onion-fishes 244

Opah family 335

Ophichthys ohrysops 628

ocellatus 628

Ophidiida) 243

Ophidinm marginatnm 243

Taylori 244

Ophiodon elongatng 267,268

Orange File-fish 171

Rockfish 265

Orbicella annularig 841

cavernoga 841

Orcaatra 17

gladiator 17

rectipinna 17

Orchestia agilig 824

Orcynug alalonga 320

alliteratng 322

argentivittatng 320

pelamyg 316

thynnug 320

enemy of Sword-fish 354

similar to Frigate Mackerel ... 306

Oregon Fmner 30

Ormer-shellg 700

Ortbagoriscidio 169

Orthagoriscng mola 169

Orthodon microlepidotng 618

Osmerng dentex 544

eperlanug 543

mordax 543

gpirincbng 544

thaleichthys 544

Ostracion bicaadalig 171

quadricornis 171

trigonig 171

triqneter 171

Ostraciontidii- 170

Ostreaedulis 711

virginica 703,711

rate of growth of 725-729

Oswego Bagg 401

Otaria 37

califoniiana 45

jnbata 38,44

leonina 52

nr-iiia 54

Otariee 37

OUriidffi 33

Otolithng thalagginng 364



878



INDEX.



Page.

Otscgo Base 507

Oulachon 547

O viedo on name of Manatee 116

Owen, Prof. R., on the power of Sword-fishes 345

Owl, Sea 254

Oxylebius pictus 268

Oyster 711

Oyster banks, natural and artificial 750-758

characteristics of 750, 751

positions of the spat in 751, 752

Oyster-beds, artificial, establishment of 752,753

cause of green color of 735-742

experiments at
Washington and
Philadelphia ... 735

characters of the larval shell 728

coarser anatomy of 711-715

colors in different parts of 740-742

cnltnre, influences of environment on 732,733

situations best adapted for 731, 732

discrimination of sexes of 722,723

early stages of development of 726

experiments on, at Saint Jerome's Creek . 727

food of 729-735

observations at Saint Jerome's

Creek 729-731

influence of temperature on 743, 744

impregnation of the eggs of 723-725

interference of other animal life with. ..748-750

local variations in form and habits of 742-744

manner of taking on flesh and reproduc-
tion of 755-758

methods of distinguishing sexes and tak-
ing eggs of 722-725

minute anatomy of 715-719

mud and fry of 747

physical and vital agencies destructive to. 746-750
and its prey, mutual relation between. ..734,735

rate of growth of 728,729

sex, sexual products, and difference of
sexual habits in American and Eu-
ropean 719-722

size of the egg of 725,726

spat collectors 753,754

variations in color of 735,736

the shell of 743

yonng, food of 728

larval character of 727,728

Crab 765,766

development of 745, 746

as a messmate and purveyor 744-746

quadruple commensalism of 744, 745

European experiments upon 740

fish, name for Tautog 269

Toad-fish 2T.1

Raccoon '62

Pacific Bouiro 319

Kin back 30

Lycodidg 248

Tom Cod 223

Walrus, size of 35

dixtribution of 35

li:ibitnof 35,36



Pago.
Packard, Dr., on geographical distribution of

Hooded Seal 09

Paddle-fish 659

Pagophilus groonlandicus 70

Painted Clam 708

Palsemon ohionis 819

Palscmonetes exilipes 819

vulgaris 818

Palinurus vulgaris 780

Palndina 694

Pandalns borealis 819,820

Danse 821

leptoceros 819,820

Montagni 819,820

propinquns 819, 820

Panganaut Tamwock 201

Panopens depressus 772

Harrisii 772

Herbstii 772

Sayi 772

found in stomach of Sea-robin 256

Pantosteus platyrhynchus 615

Panulirus interruptus 780

Paper-shell 776

Paralepidas 548

Paralepis borealis 548

coruscans 548

family 548

Paralichthys dentatns 176,177,178,182

maculosus 182

oblongus .. 181

qnadrocellatus 181

stigmatias 182

Parkhurst.on the Capelin 544,545

Parnell, on economic value of Cat-fish 250

on the Mutton-fish... 247

uses of 1 he Lump-fish 254

Red Gurnard 256

Parophrys ischyrus 185

isolepis 186

vetulns 185

Parr 228,468

Parrot-fish, Blue 274

Parrot-fishes and some of their allies 274, 775

Pasture school 201

Paugy 386

Pauly, Dr., on sex of Eels 649

Peacock-fish 338

Peal 468

Pearch 406

Pece-Buey 128

Pecten irradians 703, 709

islandicns 703,709

tenuioostatus .703,7(19

Peelers 776,

Pega de las Agujas 446

Pegebuey 116

Pensens brasiliensin 821

setiferus 821

Pennant on abundance of Alewives 584

feeding habits of tho Burbot 2:

Pensacola Rock Salmon 331

Snappers 398



iNDi:\.



871)



838

IVn-a iiiiii-ririiiiii 219,414

llnvi.itilis, rtirniy of Alewives

Percli, niiiiif l'"i Hlark BAKU 401

Chogaot :''

Pnim 370

Surf-fish 276

Black 444

name for Surf-fish 278

Illue 277

CIiin<|ii:i]iiii 407

Gray, name for Drum -. 370

Log 417

Pike 417

Red 260

Ringed 414

1,'iMT 279

Sacramento 405

Silver 375

Striped 417

White 277,424,431

name for Drnm 370

Yellow 414

IV IT ina caprodes 417

Peristedium miniatum 257

IVri winkle 694

Perley.M. H., on distribution of Halibnt 192,193

the Pollock 228

the habit* of the Hake 235

migrations of Mackerel 288

movements of Pollock 230

movements of the Silver Hake 242

names of Hickory Shad 608

the uses of the Lump-fish 254,255

Permit 329

Pesce-spada :t37

pretre 266

vermiglia 264

Pescerey 275

Peters, on abundance of Salmon 469

Petricola pholadiformis 703

Petromyzon americanus 676

argenteug 679

branchialis.. 67h

fluviatilis 678

marinus 676, 679

Planeri 677, 678

I vt rouiyzonidae <>7<>

Pcz Colorado 372

de epada 337

Philine lineolata 694

Phillips, Barnet, a criticism on the essay "First

families of the Atlantic" 282,283

Phoca AnHoni 74

barbata K>

byroni 74

canina 57

dorsata 63

eleplmntina "74

fwtida 59,63,65,107

groenlandica 62,63,65

Isidore! 70

leonina . . 74



Pure.

Phoca nnmmnlaris .",7

Petrovi 107

proboscidea 74

vitulinii 55,57,63,65,73,82,107

Phocmna brachycion 14

Phocarctos Hookeri 38

Phocidro 33

Pholads 707

Physa 694

Phycis blennioides 234

Chester! 234

chuss 234

Earllii 234

regins 234

I r II II is 23*

Pickerel 421,484,462,464

Brook 464

Gray 421

Salt 418

Yellow 421

Pickering 424

Pickers 201

Piddocks 707

Piembo, Paul, on prices of Bull-frogs in Cali-
fornia 161

Pig-fish 398

name for Scnlpin 2fi8

Pig-fishes 397

Pig, Snuffing 14

Pigmy Scnlpin 258

Pike 461

family 461-466

Blue, name for Pike Perch 417

Gray 424

Great Lake 462

Green, name for Pike Perch 418

Ground 424

Nicholas, on habits of Spear-fishes 358

Perches 417

Sacramento <;17

Sand 424

Spawn -121

Wall eyed, name for Pike Perch 417

Yellow 421

name for Pike Perch 417

Pilcher 569

Pilot-fish 330

Whales 11

Piltock 228

Pin-fish 386,393

Pine-barren Terrapin l, r H

Pine-tree Cod 201

Pinuipedia 33

Pinnipeds 33

Pinnotheres maculatum 76(5

ostreuin 765

Pipe-fish, appearance and size I T'J

family 172

geographical distribution 172

habits 172

Pipe-fishes 169

Piper 257

Piscator, onAlewifeintheSaintLawrenceRiver.. . 589



880



INDEX.



Page.

Piscator, author of " Practical Angler," on eco-
nomic value of the Gurnard 257

Piacia Jo vis 29

Piao, on the history of the Sail-flah 356

Plaice 176,178,186

fishery 179,180

Plain Bonito 306

Planorbis 694

Platydon cancellatnn 707

Platyglossus bivittatus 274

radiatus 274

semicinctns 275

Platygobio gracilis 617

Platyonichus ocellatns 774

food of Mackerel 290

Platypeltis ferox 152

Platysomatichthys hippoglossoides 177, 197

Pleurobrachia rhodactyla 842

Pleurogram mus inonopterygins 268

Pleuronectes glaber 183

glacialis .*. 184

stellatns 184

Plenronichthys ccenoaus 189

quadrituberculatus 189

verticalis 189

Pliny, on the Sword-fiah 338

Poddlie 228

Podley 288

Podling 228

Podothecus acipenserinus 258

vulsus 258

Poey on distribution of Sword-fish 341

mo vementa of Spear-fishes 358

size of Black Grouper 412

Poggys 21

Pogharden 387,569

Pogoniiis chromis 367

fasciatna 367

Pogonichthes nmcrolepidotus 617

Pogy, name for Menhaden 569

Moon-fish 445

Scup 387

Surf-fish 276

Poisson boeuf 116

rouge 372

Polar Whale 20

Pole Flounder 177,178,188

Polistotrema, enemy of Cnltus Cod 268

Rock Cod 263

Stonti 681

Pollachins carbonarins 228

chalcogrammus 232

viridis 228

Pollack 223

Polliwogs 160

Pollock 228

distribution of 228

habits and food of 229

reproduction of 230

uses of 231

raw 228

Polynemidse 279

Polywmns octonoinus 279

Polyodon spathula 659



PolyodontidsB

Polyp Corals

PomacentridsB

Pomacentrua rubicnndus . . .

PomatomidsB

Pomatomus saltatrix

Pomfret

Pomodaays fulvomacnlatus

Pomoxy s annularis

aparoidea



Page.

659

841

275

276

433

433

335

398

407

406

Pompano, African 427,329

Banner ....327,329

California 334

Carolina 326

Common 327

Gaff-topaail 329

Round 327,329

Shore 329

Pompanoes 326

Pompilua 330

Pond Tortoiaes 152,154,157

Pookagen 569

Porbeagle 669

Porcupine Fish, appearance, habits, voice 170

geographical distribution 170

fishes 170

Porgee 276,277

name for Moon-fiah 445

Three-tail 445

Porgiea of the Gulf 394

Porgy, name for Porcupine Fish 170

name for Scup 386

Goafs-head 393

Sheepshead 394

White-boned 394

Porichthya porosiasimus 253

Poriferata 843,844

Porifera 843-850

Porpoise 18

Atlantic 14

Bay 14

Right Whale 16

Skunk 16

Sperm Whale 11

vomorina 14

Harbor 14

Priatipomatidae 395

Pot-belly Trout 488

Potomac River, observations of temperature

taken, 1881 602

Potfiak 7

Potter 154

Pottfisch 7

Pout, Horned 627

Potvisch 7

Prawn, California 821

common 818,819

Prawns, Deep-water 819-821

Preestl 475

Pricke 676

Prid 676

Pride P76

Prinkle 226

Prionotua - 255



INDEX.



SSI



Prionotus palmipes 255,256

tttephanophrya 258

strigatus 255

Pritidas 667

I'ristipoma Davidson! 400

Pristis pectinatus 667

Proinicrops guasa 412

Prosopion C'oiii'-ii 542

Psettichlhys 186

m.- la MUM i. t us 186, 187

Pseudemys concinna 155

elegans 155

hieroglyphica 155

mobiliensis 155

rugosa 154

scabra 155

Troostii 155

Psendo-harengns 580

Pseudojulis inodestna 275

Paeudopleuroneotee americanus 182

Psych rolntes paradoxus 259

Pternpbryne hitrio 173

l';i iuplatc:i uiaclura 665

inarmorata 666

Pti'ropoda 702

Ptychofhilus Harfordii 617

lucius 617

oregonensis 617

Puckerinouth 178

Puff-fish 170

Puffer 14

Puffers 170

Puffing-grubby 258

Pug-nosed Shiner 322

PuitAal 247

I'uiiipkin-beed 333,405

Puncturclla nouchina 693

Purchas on American Manatees 125, 126

Purple Shore-crab of Pacific coast 765

Purpnra 698

lapillns 693,699

Puysegnr on cause of green color of Oyster 738

Pygosteus pnugitins 338

Quahang 708

Qnaloch 476

Quassilabia lacera 614

Queen-fish 380

Quill-back 615

Qninnat Salmon 479

development of 481,482

distribution of 480,481

names of 480

river ascent of 482,483

spawning habits of 484,486

speed of ascent of 483, 484

Qninnault 480

Quodcly Salmon 230

Rabbil Fish 170

size and habits of 170

Rabbit-mouth Sucker 614

Racer Lunge 487

Raccoon Oysters 752

Racochilua tozotes 277

Radiates 838-843

56 F



Raed-fisk 261

Ragged -jackets 68

Raia biuoculata 667

inornata 667

Itevis 667

rli ina 667

stellnlata 667

Raise 604

Raiidas 666

Rainbow Trout 475

Raleigh on the Alligator 141

pugnacity of Alligators 143

Rana Catesbiana 159

esculenta 161

Rangers 58

Ranzania truncata 170

Rasher 265

Rat-fish of California 662

Rathbnnn, Richard, on Crustaceans, Worms, Ra-
diates, and Sponges 762

Rat-tail Fish 244

Rattle-snake's Tail 701

Rauning Pollack 228

Raw Pollock 228

Rawlin Pollack 228

Ray, Bishop 665

Butterfly 665

Eagle 665

Sharp-nosed 665

Stiug 664

Razor-fish 707

Razor-clam 707

Razor-shell 707

Red Bass, name for Red-fish 372

Red-bellied Snapper 410

Terrapin 154

Red Crab 771

Cusk family 244

Dace 617

Drum 362,371

Redeye 404,405

Red-fender 154

Red-fin 617

Red-fish 371,372

of California 275

name for Bine-back Salmon 477

Rose-fish 261

Southern 372

Red Grouper 410

Gurnard 256

uses of 256

Red Hone 372,614

RedLump-fish 254

Red-mouth Grunt 398

Red Mullet family 361

Perch 260

name for Demoiselle 276

Red Rock-Cod 265

Rock Crab 778,779

Rock-fish 265

of Alaska 266

Roncador 379

Snapper 396

Snappers, enemies of Turbot ITS



882



IKDEX.



Bed Snappers, value as a food-fish .

Red-spotted Trout

Red Trout

Reef Bass, Dame for Red-fish.



Page.

396

504

487

372

Sponge 846

Trout 488

Reeks, Henry, on habits of Harbor Seals 58

on the Harbor Seal 62

Eegalecus Banksii 449

Reina 266

Remora 446

family 446

brachyptera, parasite of Sword-fish 355

squalipeta, parasite of Sword-fish 355

Remoras, fish parasite 355

Reiuoropgis brachyptera 446

Repkie 839

Rbachianectes glaucns 31

Rhucochilus toxotes 276

1 J 1 1 a 1 1 1 phocottus Richardson! 859

Rhinobatns exasperatus 667

productus 666,677

triseriatus 667

Rhomb hiie 177

Rhombochirus osteochir 446

parasite of Spear-fish... 355

Rhomboplites aurornbens 396,397

Rhombus maximns 199

Rhynchobolus Americanis 833

dibranchiatus 833

Rhynchonella psittacns 703

Rhytina 123

causes of extinction 135,136

extinction of 134

use to survivors of Northern Expedition. 129

gigas 129

Ribbon Seal 67

general history of 67

geographical distribution of 67

habits of 67

Richardson, on biography of the Pike 462

Sir John, on discovery of Thymallus

signifer 605

on distri bu'ion of Cod 202

distribution of the Sea Cat-fish.. 248

the Lump-fish 254

reproduction of the Burbot 238

Right Whale Porpoise 16

Whales 824

distribution of affinities of 24

movements of 25

reproduction of 25

sizes and yield of oil of 26

Ringed Perch 414

Seal 56,63,65

geographical distribution 65

habits, products, and hunting 66

history and nomenclature 65

Rink, on annual catch of Harp Seals in Green-
land 64

distribution of Halibut 191

geographical distribution of Hooded Seal 69

Greenland Turbot 198

Rio Grande Trout ... 476



Rip Sack

Risso, on distribution of Sword-fish.
River Chub

Herrings

Perch

Rhinoptera quadriloba

Roach, name for Fall- fish

Spot

Robin

Sea

Round

name for Goose Fish..



Page.

31

340

617

579

279

665

617

370

393

255

324

173

Roccus americanus 424,431

similar to Surf-fish 276

chrysops 424, 428

interruptus 424,431

labrax 424

lineatus 424,425

Roohefort, on the habits of Antillean Manatee. .. 120
products of South American Man-
atee 127

RockBarnacle 828

Bass 404,413

Black-fish 410

Rock-cod 200

distribution of 262

names of 262

of Pacific 262

spawning of 262,263

Red 265

RockCrab 766

economic value of 767

development of 767

distribution and habits of 766

external characters of 766, 767

of Pacific coast 771,772

Rock-fish 412,417,424

name for Pacific Rock-cod 262

Black-banded 263

Brown 264

Grass 264

Green 265,266

Red 265

Yellow 265

Yellow-backed 264

Yellow-tail 266

Rock Lobster 780,783

Salmon 228

Pensacola 331

Seal 62

Rock Toad-fish 258

KockTrout 267

Green 267

Spotted 267

Rockling. 201

Rocky Mountain White-fish 54i

Roe Mullet 451

Roding Wl

Roncador 379

Black 379

Little 379

Red 379

Stearnsi 379

Yellow-Anned 379-



IXDEX.



888





361




Fact
....469,470




378




....473,474




24




471




260




418


food of


261




365




261




470,471




262




471,472




66




472


K'.i-v Sur f tUh


278


Black






618


Blue-back


477




257


California


479




197




479




184


Doc ..


476




324


Dwarf


470




173




470


Plain


708


Grilse


472


fiuh


541




476




327


Kelp ..


413




329


Kelt*


471




27


Killer


458




334


King ..


479




332


Lake




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