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487


Banded


331


Land-locked


470




332


Lost


476




197


Parr


472




Q




331


Ryder, John A., on the Life-history of the Oyster.711-758




230


Rock


228


o T i ** r>


407


Sea


230




466


Silver


477




405


tribe


468


Pike


616-617


Trout


....474,485




63


name for Dolly Vardon Trout.
White


604
....331,477




62




479


Salmon idae, families related to


....547,548




500


Salpa


259


and Oqnaasa, resemblance between
Sail-fish


503

356


Salt Pickerel


418


Sal ter- water Bream


393




357


Chub


269




615




152


Bone-Shark


667


Trout, name for Squeteague


362






Salve Bug


827




393


Salvelinns font inalin 485,


486,497,498
604




398




R filth


231




485


Saithe . ..............


228


namaycnsh, enemy of Alewives. . .


692




501




496




480




486


Clarkii


568


Sand Bug


779




487


Crab


774




499


cask family


243




463 474


dab


197




468 475


dollar


839,840




475


Eel


244




480


fleas


824




237


Mullet


449




496


Pike


424




475


Piper






468 476


Shark


670,671




487


Smelts .................


466,457




487




456,457


Salmon . ... ....... ...


468


Sangnisuga, parasite of Sword-fish


354




469




319


distribution of...


..468.4(59


Mediterranea...


316



884



INDEX.



Simla pelamys, similar to Frigate Mackerel .

Sardine, name for Anchovy

Gulf Menhaden

California

Sargo .
Sarpo .



Page.
306
611
576
569
400
251

Sars, G. O., on Codfish schools 205

development and spawning habits

of European Lobster 802,803

habits of the Pollock 229

natural history of Norwegian Lob-
ster 810,811

process of shedding of European

Lobster 793

reproduction of Codfish 214, 215

Sauer on extinction of Bhytina 135

Sauger 424

Saury 460

Savanilla 611

Savega 569

Saw-belly 582

Saw-fish 667

Sawyer 658

Saxidomns aratus 708

gracilis 708

Say, on food and habits of Blue Crab 776

Sayrus Camperii 461

Scabbard-fish 335

Scads 326

Scalaria Groenlandica 693

No vangline 693

Scale Carp 619

Scallop 709

Scammon, C. M., on abundance California Gray

Whale 31,32

antics of Humpback Whale 26, 27

Blackfish 18

Bowheads . 21

California Sea Lions 45-48

Porpoise 14

destrnctiveness of Killer

Whalea. 17

distribution California Sea

Elephant 72

Right Whales. 25
Sulphur - bot-
tom Whales. 27

figures of Fur Seals 54

habitsofCaliforniaGrampug 14
California Sea Ele-
phant 73

the Leopard Seal 59,60

motion of Cachalot 10

movements of Right Whales 25

Northern Fur Seals 49-53

Pacific Finback 30

reproduction of Right

Whales.. 25

the Scrag Right Whale 31

size of California Sea Ele-
phant 72

Humpback Whale . . 26

Sperm Whale 9

Scamp 413



Page

Scaphirhynchus platyrhynchus 662

Schellfisch 224

Scherer, on extinction of Rhytina 135

Schizotbferus uiittalli 708

Schlegel, on distribution of the Cat-fish 248

on spawning of the Cat-fish 249

Schoodic Trout 470

School Bass, name for Red Fish 372

Cod 201

Lobster 783

Schroder, on pannacitty 11

Sciaena aquila 368

ocellata 362-371

Scistnidte 362

Scomber Colias 303

diego 303

gladius 356

grex 303

pneumatophorns 303

scombrns 281

Scomberesocidaa 459

Scomberesox sanrus 460

Scomberomorus 307

caballa 307,316

concolor 316

maculatns 307

regalis 307,316

Scombrolucins brevirostris 460

Scoodled Skulljoe 228

Scopelidie 547

Scopelus family 547

Scores by on habits of Nurse Shark 674

Seal killing 64

Scorpsena dactyloptera 260

gnttata 263

marinus 261

nor wegicus 261

porous 263

regulns 261

scrofa 263

Stearnsi 260

viviparus 261

Soorpsenichthys marmoratus 259

Scorpene 263

Scorpina 263

Scorpion . 259,263

Scorpis californiensis 395

Scotch Dutch Herring 551

Scott, G. C., on abundance of the Bonito 318

Spanish Mackerel.. 308
the best fishing ground forSheeps-

heads 383

the Grouper, as a dinner-fish 411

habits of the Bonito 318

reproduction of Spanish Mackerel 313

Scrag Whale 30

Whale, history of 30

Scrod 201

Scrode 201

Sculpin 258

Daddy 258

Pigmy 258

tribe 258

Sculping of Atlantic coast 258



INDEX.



885



Scnlpins, food of Goose Flab...

of Pacific coast

Soup

abundance of

enemies of

food of

increasing abundance of .

movements of



173

259

386

399

391

388

392

390

spawning of 389

value of 392

Soappang 386

Scylliorhinus ventrioeus 676

Sc.vtalina cerdale 843

Sea-arrow 690

Sea Baas 407

breeding of 409

geographical range of 406

movements and habits of 409

name for Red-fish 372

size and value of 409,410

White 378

Sea-bat 173

Sea-boat 701

8e-Bear 49

Sea-bug 701

Sea, Cat 627

name for Northern Fur Seals 51

SeaCat-fishes 248

Sea-caterpillar 701

Sea-Clam 708

Sea-Cow 114-116

Arctic 128

Sea Crab 775

Sea-craws 783

Sea Cucumbers 838

Sea Devil 173

Sea-dog 55

Sea-ears 700

SeaEel : 655

Sea Elephant 49

California 72

Sea-fans 841

Sea-feathera 841

Sea Ginger 841

Sea-hare 18

Sea-Horse family 172

geographical distribution 172

strange shapes interesting habits 172

Sea Lawyer 397

Sea Lion 37,38

general history of 39

geographical distribution 38, 39

California 44

Sea Mantis 823

SeaMullet 453

Sea-needle 458

Sea-owl 254

Sea-perch 273

Sea-pike 458

Sea-ravens, food of Goose Fish 173

name for Scnlpin 258

Sea-robin 251

distribution of 256

spawning of 256



Sea Salmon 230

Sea-serpent 449

Sea-snails 253,693

Sea-snakes 688

Sea-snipe, name for Silver Gar-fish 488

Sword-fish 338

Sea-star 840

Sea-toad 258

Sea Trout 267

Sea Trout, name for Sqneteague 362

White Sea Bass 378

Sea Urchin 838,839

Seal, Bay 62-65

Bearded 63

Common 55

Crested 62,63,68

Fjord 62

Fresh- water 59

Fur 37,75-113

Northern Fur 49,54

Hair.. 37

Harbor 55

Harp 62,65

Hooded 65,68

Leopard 59,73

Native 58,65

Ribbon 67

Ringed 56,63,65

Rook 62

Square Flipper 65

tribe, in general 32,33

Westlndian 67

Sebago Trout 470

Sebastes mat-inns 260

Sebastiohthys atrovirens 265

auricnlatns ...'. 264

carnatus 264

canrinns vexillaris 264

chlorostictns 264

chrysomelas 264

ciliutns 26ft

congtellatns 265

elongatus 266

entomelas 2G&

flavidus 264,266

maliger 264

melanops 266

miniatns 265

mystinns 263,266

nebnlosns 263

nigrocinctns 263

ovalis 266

pinniger 264,265

proriger 266

rastrelliger 264,265,266

rhodochloris 264-265

rosaceus 264,265

rnber 265

rnbrivinctns 265

serriceps 263

umbiosus 265

Sebastodes paucispinis 266

See-catch 77,81

See-vitcbie .. 40



886



INDEX.



Sei

Selene argentea

setipinnia

Semele decisa

Semotilus bull aris

corporalis

Sennet

Senorita-fish of California .

Seoinga

Sergeant-fish

Sergeant Major

Seriola carolinensis

dorsalis

falcata

fasciata

Lalandii

zonata

Seriphns politne

Serranoid fishes

Serranus at rari us

clathratns

fascicnlaris

macnlofasciatus ..

nebulifer

trifurcus

Sesarma rut iculat a

Sethe

Sey

Sey Pollack

Shad..



Page.

228

323

322

708

617

617

448

275

474

444

276

331

331

331

331

331

331

380

413

407

413

410

414

413

410

763

228

228

228

594

causes influencing rate of movement np

rivers 605

effects of water temperatures on migrations . 598-599

food of 606-607

geographical distribution of 594-596

hereditary instinct of locality in 597, 598

migrations of 596-597-598

name for Gulf Menhaden 576

Mobarra 279

names of 694

observations of, on Saint John's River, Fla. 599

period of river life of 603-606

reproduction of 605-606

size of 606

young, observations of movements in Po-
tomac 603

Gizzard 610

Hard-head, name for Menhaden 569

Hickory ..., 607

Long- boned, name for Moharra 279

Mnd 610

School 201

Stink 610

Tailor 608

Trout, name for Squeteagne 362

Waiter 641

White-eyed 610

Winter 610

Yellow-tail, name for Menhaden 669

Shark, Basking 667

Black-finned 672

Bine 669,671

Bone 667

Bonnet-headed 671



Shark, Cat

Dog-fish

Ducky

Fox

Ground

Gurry

Hammer-head.

Mackerel

Man-eater...



Page.

675

670

671

G71

674

674

671

669

, 669

Nurse C72.674

Sand .. 670

Shovel-nosed 670

Thrasher 671

Tiger 672

Sharks, 667-674

of Pacific coast 674-676

Sharp-headed Finner 30

Sharp-nosed Ray 665

Shedders 776

Sheepshead 380

distribution of 380

family 380

name for Butter-fish 333

Parrot-fish 275

Porgy 394

Three-tailed 445

Sheepswool Sponge 848

Shiner 617,618

name for Menhaden 569

Surf-fish 278

Blunt-nosed 322

Golden 616

Pug-nosed 322

Shiners 616

Ship-worm 704

Shoal-water Cod 201

Trout 488

Shoemaker 332

Shoemaker-fish 326

Shore Cod V01

Shore-crab, Purple, of Pacific coast 765

Yellow, of Pacific coast 765

Shore Pompano, distribution of 329

Short-nosed Gar-pike 663

Shovel-nosed Shark 670,674

Sturgeon 662

Shrimp, California 818

Common 816-818

Mantis 883

Shrimps and Prawns 816-823

Southern 821-823

Shrimps, River 819

Shriver, W. W., letter from, claiming first trans-
portation of Black Bass 4C4

Sibbald, on Sperm Whale in England 9

Sibbaldius borealis 27

si 1 1 in ic us y

tectiroslris 28

tuberosus 28, 29

Sidera mordax 628

ocellata 628

Sifo - 337

Silicioidea 844

Siliqua patnla 707



INDEX.



8H7



Sill

Sillkung, similar to Deal-fish . ..

Billock

Siliiridio

Silver Bans, name for Moon-eye .

Eel

Silver-fish

Silver Gar-fishes



Puge.

650

449

228

626

612

335

611

458

240

distribution of 240

habits of 242

migrations and movements of 241

uses of 242

Lunge 487

Moon-fishee 322

Mullet 449

Perch . 375

Salmon 477

Sides 456

Silver-spotted Tunny 320

Silver Sqneteagne 367

Surf-fish 278

Trout 475

SiniiiH. mis, on gastronomic value of the Cuttlefish. 692
Simpson, A. W., on geographical distribution of

Mackerel 281

Singing-fish 253

Sirenia 3:5

Sin-iiia us. . ........ 114

food of 118

Siscowet 485,486

Siskawitz 486,496

Skarp Herring 550

Skate, Barn-door 666

Skates 666

Skeponopodus guebucu 357

typns 357

Skip Mackerel, name for Bluefish 433

Skipjack 460

name for Bluefish 433

Butter-fish 333

Cutlass-fish 335

Inland Alewife 594

the Jurel 324

Leather-jacket 332

PacificBonito 319

Runner 332

Skipper 460

Skopster 460

Skowitz 477

Skrae-fish 228

Skulljoe 228

Skunk porpoise 16

Sleeper Shark 674

Slider 155

Slime Eel 680

Slimskin 73

Slippery Dick 274

Sole 188

Small Hi-rring 550

Small-month Black Ban 401

Smelt 543

family 543

name for Lant 244



Page.

Smelt, name for Pacific Tom Cod 223

Alaska 544

California 457,544

Cittle 457

Oreeu 456

Little 457

Surf 544

Smelta, Sand 456

Smith, on different varieties of Mackerel 308

John on size of Mackerel (1622) 299

Capt. J. B., on spawning of Sand Smelts.. 457

J. V. C., on abundance of Chub Mackerel. 304

Turbots in America 176

8. 1. , on development of the Shrimp 817

young Lobster. 799, 802
distribution and coloration of com-
mon Shrimp 816

growth and development of Rock

Cod 767-769

habits and distribution of lonali

Crab 769,770

Smolt 468

Smooth Black-fish 269

Dog-fish 672

Flounder 183

Smyth Si Lowe, on size of South American Mana-
tee 117

Snail-borers 696

Snails 696

Sea 253

Snake-fish family 548

Snapper family 395

name for Rose-fish 260

Alligator 153

Bastard 397

Black 397

Brown, name for Red Grouper 410

Gray 397

Mangrove 396, 397

Peusacola 396

Red-bellied, name for Red Grouper 410

Snappers, food of Mackerel 291

name for Bluefish 433

Black, name for Cod-fish 201

Blue, name for Blnefish 433

Snapping' Mackerel, name for Bluefish 433

Turtles 152,153

breeding seasons and habits of 153

economic value of 153, 154

sizeof 153

North American species 153

Snooks 444

Snnfling pig 14

Snuffer 14

Social Whale 11

Soft Clam 707

Crab 776

Soft-shelled Tortoises, range of 152

Soft-shell Lobster 783

Turtles, economic value of 152

foodof 152

Soglia 187

Soldier Crabs 779

Sole 182,186,187



888



INDEX.



Sole, American.. .

California!! . .

Long-finned .

Slippery

Solea vulgaris

Soleidae

Solenocoucba



Page.

175

185

188

188

175

175

703

Soiuniosus microcephalus 674,675

Sookli 703

Southern Eed-fish 372

Spade-fish 445

Spanish Flag 265

Leech 837

Mackerel 303

and its allies 307-316

reproduction of 313

Sparad 278

Sparada 276,278

Sparidie 380

Sparling 543

Sparoids 394

California!! 394

Sparus, auratus 393

pagrus 393

Spawn Pike 421

Spear-fish 336,337,357

movements of 358

name for Carp Sucker 615

pugnacity of 358

Mediterranean 337

Spearing 612

Spearling 543

Speckled Garrnpa 263

Hound-fish 308,435

Moray 628

Trout 497,475,504

culture of 500

distribution of 498

hahitsof 498,499

size and food of 500-

spawning season and habits of . . 499

Turtle 158

Sperling 550

Sperm Whale 7-11

in California 9

distribution of 7

in Europe 9

food of 10

former abundance of 8

habits of association, motion, blow-
ing, &c 9

reproduction of 10

size and color of 9

useful products of 11

Porpoise 18

capture of two, in England 18

Sphyrcena argentna 448

borealis 448

picnda 448

spet 448

SphyranidtB 448

Spliyrna tiburo 671

zygrena 671,675

Spiced Herring 550



Pago.

Spicer, Capt. William, on pugnacity of Spear-
fishes 358,359

Spider Crabs 778

Spiering 543

Spikes 298

Spiny Lobster 780,781

Spirialis Gouldii, food of Mackerel 290

Spisula ovalis 703

solidissima 708

Split-mouth Sucker 614

Split-tail 817

American, commercial 846

Sponge, Bath 845

Boring 850

general considerations of 843

Gherbis 848

Glove 845,847

Grass 848,849

Hard Head 845

Horse 845,848

injurious 850

Reef 846

Sheepswool 848

Velvet 848

Venetian Bath 848

Wool 845

Yellow 845,849

Zimocca 845

Sponges 843-846

Spongia, the genus 846

agaricina 845

agaricina, sub-sps. Corlosia and dura.. - 849

equina 845

equina, sub-sp. cerebriformis 849

equina, sub-sp. gossypina 848

equina, sub-sp. meandriniformis 848,849

graminea 848

officinalis 845

officinalis, sub-sp. tnbulifera 847

Spot 376

Spotted Bass, name for Red- fish 372

Black Rock-fish 266

Cabrilla 414

Cat-fish 249

Cero 307,316

Corsair 265

Hind 412

Rock Trout 267

Sand Flounder 199

Squeteague ' 365

Tortoise 158

Trout 475

Trout, name for Sqneteagne 365

Turbot 177

Sprat 277

Herring 579

Spring Herring 579

Squall 667

Squalius gibbosus 616

niger 616

obesns 616

pandora 616

purpureus 616

rhomalens 616



1NDKX.



Sqnalusacanthia* 672,674,675

americanus 204

Square Flipper Seal 65

Sqnat 674

SquatiDa 171

angelng 674

Sqneteagne 3C2

abundance of :... 363-364

grout catch of, off Eockaway, 1881 ... 363

names of 362

Silver 367

Spotted 365

Squid School 201

Common 687

Squid-fish 11

Squid-hound 425

Squids, enemies of the Lant 345

Squilladnbia 823

enipnga 823

Squirrel-fish 410

name for Sailor's Choice 393

Bermuda 361

SquirrelHake 234

gquit 362

Sqnitee 362

Stag-horn Corals 841

Stannard.R. II., on destructive-ness of the Jelly-
fish 842

Star Corals 841

Star-fish, name for Butter-fish 333

Star-fishes 840,841

Starbuck, Alexander, on former abundance of

Sperm Whale 8

Starling 267

Starry Flounder 184

Stay-ships, fish-parasites 355

Stearns, Silas, on abundance and babita of Com-
mon Pompano 328,329

on abundance and habits of the

Grouper 410,411

on abundance and habits of the

Sailor's Choice 394

on abundance of Sheepshead 380

and size of the Plaice. 179
of Striped Bass in Gnlf

of Mexico 425

Alligator Gar 664

Angel-fish 280

Black Grouper 411

Bluefish in Gnlf of Mexico 442-443

theCrevalll 324

destrnctiveness of the Drum 368

distribution of Banner Pompano. 329

theCobia 444

Florida Manatees. 114
and habits of Red

Snappers 395

of Plaice 179

feeding habits of Toad-fish 252

Gray Snapper 397

Gnlf Menhaden 575,577

habits of Amber-fish 331

Blue Crab 777,778

the Jurel.. 325



Stearns, Silas, on feeding lml.it * of Margate fish ... 394

Silver Gar-fish. ...458, 459

Spade-fish 44.1,446

Spotted Hind 412

Spotted Si | in- -

teagne 366, 367

Sting Ray 664

history and habits of Southern

Red-fish 371,373

the King-fish 316

Mangrove Snapper 397

manner of capture and value of

the Drum 369

migrations of Spanish Mackerel

in Gulf of Mexico 311,312

movements of Red-fish 373

Mullet in the Gulf of Mexico .... 454-456

names of Banded Groupers 413

Plaice 178

Red-mouth Grunt 398

reproduction of Spanish Mack-
erel 315

size and habits of the Pig-fish. . .399, 400

spawning of Red Snappers 396

season of Sea Bass 409

of Sheepshead 385,386

Toad-fish 252

Sucking-fish 446

Sarpnm 611 _

Shread-fish 279

Whipparee 665

Stedman on size of South American Manatee 117

Steel-head 474

Steen-Kobbe 62

Steindachner on size of Sword-fish in the Mediter-
ranean 347

Steinbutt 199

Steller, G. W., on habits of Northern Fur Seal 51, 52

Rhytina 130

misfortunes of 130

on natural history of Sea Ccw ... 130-134

Stenlock 228

Stenotomns caprinui 386

chrysops 386

Gardeni 386

Stereolepis gigas 413

Stickleback family 457,458

four-spined 457

ten-spined 457

two-spined 457

Stimpson on the Kelp Crab 778

range of Southern Shrimps 822

Sting Ray 664

Stingaree 664

Stink-pot 154

Stink Shad 610

Stint 543

Stizostedinm canadense 417,424

vitrenm 417

Stoasodou narineri 665

Stockfisch 200

Stokvisch 242

Stolephorus Browni 611

compressus 612



890



INDEX.



Page.

Stolephorns delicatissimns 612

Mitchilli 611

ringens 612

Stone Cat 627

Stone Crab 772,774

distribution of 773

Stone-biter 249

Stone Livingston on the California Salmon 479-485

Stone-roller Sucker 615

Storer, H. E. , on abundance of the Bonito 317

Chub Mackerel.... 304

Cuimers 274

Squeteague 362

amount of oil obtained from

Mackerel Shark 669

distribution of Halibut 192

the Scnppaug . . 387

Tantog 269

economic value of Cat-fish 250

Snapping Tur-
tle 154

Toad-fish.... 253

Plat-fish 182,183

gastronomic value of the Tau-

tog 271

the habits of the Lant 245

movements of Haddock 224

Mutton-fish 247

names of Sea Bass 407, 408

spawning of Mackerel 296

Toad-fish 252

uses of the Silver Hake 242, 243

Strawberry Bass 406

Striped Bass 424,425

abundance of 427, 428

American and European, similarity

of 1 424

family 424

fishing clubs 426,427

food of 425,426

geographical distribution of 425

habits of 425

manner of capture, size and ship-
ment of 426

reproduction and growth of 426

uses of 426

Bonito 316,319

Drum 367

Fish 368

Lake Bass 424

Mullet ' 449

Perch 417

StromateidsB 332

Stromateoid fishes 332

Stromateus alepidotus 333

simillimus 334

triacanthns 333

food of Sword-fish 349

Strombas gigas 699

Stromming 550

Strongy locentrotus drobachiensis 838, 839

franciscanns 838,839

lividns 839

Sturgeon 659



Sturgeon, Green

Lake

Shovel-nosed
White...



Page.

662

660

662

662

Sturgeons, Atlantic coast 659-662

California 662

Succoteagne 362

Sucker, Brook 614

Carp 615

Chub 614

Gourd-seed 615

Hammer-head 615

May 614

Missouri 615

Mud 615

name for the Bagre 379

Rabbit-mouth 614

Stone-roller 615

Sweet 614

Sword- fish, name for Remora 446

White 614

Suckerel 615

Suckers 614

name for Remora 446

Sucking-fishes 446

Sudis ringens 548

Suk-kegh 477

Sulphur-bottom Whales 27, 29

distribution and move-
ments of 27

Summer Flounder 178

Herring 579

Sun-fish 405

name for Blunt-nosed Shiner 322

name for Bone Shark 667

Blue 406

Common 405

Long-eared 406

Sun-fishes, name for Jelly-fish 841

Ocean 169,170

Sun-squalls 169

Sun Trout, name for Squeteagne 362

Snndevall, Carl J., on reproduction of European

Burbot 238,239

Sunny 405

Surf Clam 708

Surf-fish 277

family 276

habits of 276,277

names of 276

Black 278

Blue 277

Rosy 278

Silver 278

Wall-eye 278

Surf Smelt "44

Whiting

Surgeon-fish family 279

Sutherland, P. C., on abundance of Halibut 192

Svine-hval

Swedish Leech

Sweet Sucker 614

Swellfishes 170

Toad "0



891



Sweeny, R. O., on dissimilarity of Siscowot and

Namacush 497,498

Swine-fish v.'U

Swingle Tail 671

Sword-fish 3:16-338

abundance in the past, probability of

future decrease.... 3-18

abundance of at present 348

absence uf ordinury habit s of breeding

season uinong 350

in America, allusions by early writers. 339, 340

as an article of food 355,356

distribution on coast of United States 340

distribution in Eastern Atlantic 340

effects of overfisbing for in the Medi-
terranean .'. . 348

enemies of 354

entering rivers :n.'

family 33G

geographical distribution and move-
ments of 338

influence of temperatures on move-
ments of 344, 345

invertebrate parasites of 354

large painting of, in Bremen 342

movements of individuals 345

name for Cutlass-fish 335

name for Gar-pike 662

names of 337

nature of food of 349

occurrence in Pacific and Indian

Oceans 341

Parasites, Suckers, or Bemoras 355

periodical movements of 342,343,344

probable winter habitat of 345

pugnacity of 351,352,353,354

rate of growth of 347

reasons of coming of, on our coast 344

reproduction of 349,350

size of, in the Mediterranean 347

times of arrival and departure of 343,344

American, maximum, and average

sizeof 346

American, minimum size of 346-347

Sucker 446

Sycotyphus canaliculate 694

Syngnathidee 172

Synodont ida> 548

Synodns fcetens 548

lucioceps 548

Syrski, discovery of male eel by 638-640

on the ovaries of the eel 641-644

Tailorshad 608

Talorchestia longicoruis 825

mcgalophtbalma 825

Tambor 265

Tarpon 611

Tarpum 610

Tartaruga 150

Tauna 322

Tantaug 268

Tautog 268,269

abundance of 271

distribution of 269



Taut nit fishery 271,272

food of 270

habits of 270

reproduction of 270,271

Tautogaonitis 268

Tchawytcha 479

Tellens 708

Tender Herring 551

I. n-liratulina aeptentrioualis 703

Teredo, destructiveness of 706

dilatata 704

megotara 704

navalis 704

norvegica 704

Thompson! 704

Terrapin, Diamond-back 155-157

Pine-barren 158

Red-bellied 154

Salt-water 156

Yellow-bellied 155

Terrapins, Fresh- water 154

Tetrapturus albidus 337,358

albidus, enemy of Swordfish 354

belone 337

imperator 357

indicus 336,358

Tetrodon turgidus 170

Tetrodontidffl 170

Tetn, D. H., on uses of White Whale 19

Thalassochelys caretta 147

Kempii 147

Thalassophryne maculosa, closely related to Toad-

Ush 251

Thaleichthys pacificus 547

Thiinble-eye Mackerel 303

Thompson, on capture of Harbor Seal 57

Sperm Whale in England 9

J. H. , on periodical movements of

Sword-fish 343

Thrasher Shark 671

Thread-fish 320

family 279

Thread Herring 610

Thresher Shark 675

Three- tail Porgee 445

Sheepshead.. 445

Thunder-pumper 370

Thutinameg 173

Thy null Ins mi in tan us 505

signifer 505

tricolor 505

vulgaris 506

Thysanopoda, food of Mackerel 290

Tibrie 228

Tiger Shark 672

Tile-fish

family 360

Tiina formosa

TimbiTello

Tinker Mackerel 290,304

Tinkers

1 TinyHerring 579

Toad-fish 251

food of 252



892



INDEX.



Toad-fish, name for Goose Fish,
name for Swell Fish . .

Tobias-fish

Togue

Tom-cod, name for King-fish . . .
name for Rock-fish. ..

Atlantic

Ton

Tonicella marinora

Tonnina

Toothed Herring

Torgoch

Torpedo

californica

occidentals

Torek

Tortoise, Bell's

Chicken

Gopher



Pge.

173

170

244

486

375

267

223

230

693

322

612

501

666

667

666

200

157

157

158

Musk 152,154

shell Turtles 149

Spotted 158

Wood 153

Tortoises, Geographic 152

Pond 152,154,157

Soft-shelled, food of 152

and Turtles, Marine 147

mode of life of 147

distribution of 147

Tortue franche 150

Trachurns picturatua 326

sanrus 326

Trachydermon albus 693

ruber 693

Trachynotns carolinus 326

fasciatns 392

glancns 327,329

goreensis 327,329

ovatus 327,329

TrachypteridiB 449

Trachypterns altivelis 449

Tree-fish 263

Trepang 838

TriaciB Heiilei C75

semifasciatns 675

Trichechns latirostris 114,118

manatns 114,115

senegalensis 119

Trichinrna haumela 335

lepturus 335,337

Trichodon Stelleri 253

Trichotropis borealis 693



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