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Formica Herenlanea, 225.
^IwiroCt bone, Bqnns Cahellna, 18,

26,27,20,30, 62, 66, 60, 70;
97; Bcighing, 112; re-



vrodwtion, ag^ life, 113, 161,
169; food and drink, 206, 207;
saiall hofses in the eomtrr of the
Pvnies, 200 ; diseases, 210, 222,
223; stonr of a Softhiaa hofse^
274.
*twvoc A vor^|H#Ct ri^w korsa,
Hippepotainns amphihiM^ 32,

'IwwosMc/iulh, Corrphau bippi-
. r«^T09; kidsi ia Mm, 813.



Ir/a, wOlow, ISft. •

'I#7(, WTTneek, J/nztorqailla, 35.
'Ix*^fi/iii»v, Ichneomon, YiTerra

Ichnenmon, 177 ; attacks the asp

in Egypt, 23a
'IvM^/iMy, Ichnenmon ^insset)

Bphez, hunts spiden^ 124, 232.



tdX<f iiec, taed, Acorns ealanins, and
perhaps also some of the larger
grasses, 122, 165 ; its flower, 127 ;
used to support fine, 133, 155,
216 ; flourishes in rainy weather,
217.

Hd^aotf or c^opic, a hird preyed
on by the little owl. KotacSlla
alba L., ScAmidtr, 232. Friogilla
petronia.

KaXiapcc, Tringa, Sandpiper, Bc<^
lopax calidris, 203.

ILaXXuiwuPSt flsh, Uranoscopus,
Siraekf U. Scaber, 40 ; lifss near
the shore,

KaXXvirrpov, a shrub tnm the
flowers of which the bees are said
to procure their young, 127; per-
hape Gerinthe^ L., 8trw^ honey*
suckle.

td/t^Xec. Camel, Camdns BaetrUu
nns and 0. Dromedarins, 25, 27,
29, 30, 70; reproduction, 108^
114, 161, 173; endurance of
thirst, 207 ; life, A.; disesses, 222 ;
purity, 274 ; castratioii of fSMBalsa^

Kifiwv, caterpillar, 124.
XavOapIc* Mveral kinds of beetles,

88; a kind of fly, 106; origin,

126.
XivOif poc, beetle, ScarabiBos pilnla*



shore. Spams CaathanH, 211.
Xifirpec,boar, 29; coition, ageu IIOl

114; castimtion, 277.
Kdwpoc, a flsh smd to. make a

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|ftbrt6tiit, or 8<taa]iii ontriai, 87 ;
IB tht AelitliHti, M.

Kapafi.iiiil, t rutl Ml lH, 19, U,
228.

d^mfi0t. iBMeL ttag-beatK Ct-
rvnbjx, Stmek, 69, 185.

Kipafif, PtOiBttriM T«lguk» Spiay
lobttor, 7.9,10; m aoUm, 78,
77; male tad fniiato» 78; d«-
maiUd, 79. 80, 84, 98; lUtp,
97; ftprodietioii, 180; wb«re
produeed, 131 ; ehaiiM thtir tlMU,
tb.i kiUt otW flih, if kiUed by
tbe polTpM, 198; bmbitadoB,
pnmTt, 189; bidet ilMlf aid
ebangw iti tb^l, 317.

enwUeetn, Pimotbant fttarum,
IMTt CWMftn»fii», 117*

Kaptc* ibrinip or mwo, Cnagoa,
MciDoo, 77 ; different Uadi, ik,\
reprodvcUoB, 106, 181 ; ebtnget
its eolovr in wintar, 888.

Xapclvtay, barmit erab, Pannn
BambaidL L., IMf, and prooabl?
otbar speoaa, 88 ; in Strombi and
NaritaB, t8., 118 ; also a spades in
Pinna distinrniabed from mpt*
liov, 117.

Knpciyec, erab, of TarioM. spadea.

' Caneer, Gareinos, fte^ 4, lO, 78,
77 ; sareral speeieo, 77 » fluTiatfle,
Telpbira flafiatUia, ib, ; nnmbar
of feat, •». ; sbort*tailad tl. ; da*
aeription, 80, 81, 85; raprodoo*
tion, 106 ; wbita erabs in varions
sballs, 117; ebanst ofsbalUlSl:
rookoraba, 198; Nadt erabsi baid
didladeraba,2l7.

Kc^ffTMp, baa?er, Castor Fiber, 805.

XavXUpf aoBM kind of aea*iraed,
800.

Xaraffigf^, direr, Pdaoaaoa baa«
sanoi, L.. Sc kmi id i r, 45; Moda
of takiajritsprej, 844.

lUyXpkt Pdoo tinnnnenlos, Sck mi '
dtft 45; laya many ms, 188 ; rad
eggs, 189 ; moda of £ittidnf, 208.

KfXiaci lam man woodpaakar,
Flow firi&,£8p 882^ 881



K^4|aoc, MCi«lt Flroadlarin pelagiaav

Ki^Oioc, aiaaper, Csrtbia&miliaria.

847.
Ki#ctc. Popalns tramnla, adar, 905w
ILtirrpmU*, molleta aa a atesi^ 1089

159.
Xf #rplvc, m«net MofiL In tba

lake SUpba, 37, 44, 98 ; it daapa,

98; eaptnra, 87; birtb, 108;

annmaration of apedaa, 109, 153,

167 ; antera rifeia to spawn, 156,

169; food, 199, 828; babita,

900; near tba sbore,211; mso-

datea wilb the labcai, 885; tba

awiftestof fisbaa, 366; in ssnsott

in tba antnnn, <6.
KifoXoct fray mnllet 8prwte§

fyeith MogU aepbdoa, 109, 163 ;

reprodnction, 169 ; ^Md, 199 ( !••

tared by add, 318.
Kv/3oCt monkey, Bimin mora or

diona, Strmek^ 83. 8. Cyndora.
Kf piCt wfict or m^'ic, • aaaJ^

338.
KiipvXec, a aea*bird, mrationed witK

tbe Halayon, 208. THnn Twia-

bilis. ^

Ki|0«C wbalk, BQodnnm,itsmaaon,

80, 81, 82, 86; appeaia in tb«

early spring, 110; niddary aap*

soles, 116, 116: tbe smatt wbdk,

118; bides itself, 818.
X^rect whaU, aa a alass, 10, 89 ;

wbdas, 69| otbar wbaka, 168.
Kifn^V, Oetaoaa. 7, 18, 101, 196;

torn on tbair back to asita tbeir

prey. 200.
Kff 4v, droneu 260.
KfycXect probably Tringa Cindna,

Linn. Dunlin, 844. OindM

aqnatiana.
KiBapH* ft Und of tnbotfUgln

lyra,44.
Kiy»4|Mino», a ipioi, <innamon,848.
Kivvd|ii*fMy 6pMay, dnnaman bod.

846; Herodotas, Book 8, a. IIU
KipitH. pwrbaps Fdao nis«, JUdMT

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Kive^Ct Ivy* Hedert Helii, IdO.
Khra or Ki#9«. Jay, Oormi ffbada-

rhii, capUmdby Um jEgofiuMd

Elem, 201 ; ebanget iti noU, 245 1

ito Btit, il.
XivX^t Thnnb, Tnrdui UVnn tad

T. ntnili, BMt, 188; hidea, 216 ;

dianrct its eobar ia winter, 276;

tbTM Uiidi, 244.
E«x^«f t * ■M-flali, 87; Mtr tkt laid,

211 ; in paif^ 218; cbangw ita

eolonri 228.
KXilpoCf also called wwpa^0r^Ct an

bseoC bjofions to beehiTes, Oa«

Isria ceralln and 0. neUonolla,

228,266.
KpiS^, sea-nottlo, probably an net!-

nia,118,265.
KMvoX^yoCf * tpoeiei of wood-

Mckar, Picoa Tarioai or ndnor,

XW^orvn^^, an iosaet, Fonnioa
flaTa, Sirtekf finds boney by tbe
sense of snell, 98 ; eaten by tbo
woodpecker, 93, 202, 242.

Ziyxv, a biralfo sbell, Mya mcto*
mm, 82; serefal species, U,; a
kind of cmstaesan is foand in
then, 86; orira. 117, 118;
largo SBocib abjl in rifors, 248.

KsyciXievi a oaall biralfo ahell,
198, 199.

Xolroc or ff^rrocw a flrasb«wator tlsb.
Tront, Salmo Fario, Stnek, 92.

Kocs^io^, Helii, land snail, 8h

UffcvCi enekoo. Gnenlni Canotia,
98, 188 ; bablta, fona, and agn,
146;eatobla, 147; lata ia &•
nests of otber birds, 249;diangea
its noli iHms aboil to BifiatSL
176.

XtlMc, aka Skth^ and ssXMCt
woodposker, 883.

lUKimc a kind of tmiy, Soovbcr
oolias, in tbo Piopoatis, 211 ;
wbsn taken, 218 ; mnriooa, 284.

SaXiiCf Corraa moaednla or Pieaa
▼iridkL 86; ia ^ 842 ookraa
sboiM probably bo ooVna.

I*XX«pi«r, lapslia ganiK U



Sehmidtr. Laaius gannla or a*
cobitor, 248.
KeXoi^C, P«l«caaas graenlns, fror

ries,2ia
Optii, CQcmnber, Cnonmis

BatiTot, 124, 208.
KeXv/i/Sic. a sMi-bird, diier, Oolys*

bis, 3, 203.
K4yic« knits, 134.
K4i7iCa, plant, Inola Conyia, or L

pnlicana, flea bane, 98.
Kopaclac. probably tbo Cornish

Oboagn Pyrroeorai Graenlns, 248.
Kepaclyec* storgeon, Acdpeoeer

baso, SirMck, Spams CbrooBis,

109, 169, 160,213, 218,228, 284.
KopoKOf i^dr ylyoc, the crow tribe,

KipaC, raten and rook, Corma
Oorax and fraxilegns, 40, 45, 64 ;
eggs, inenbauon, yonng, 146 (
Egyptian raTen» 226; bostilo to
tbe bawk, 282 ; pecks tbe ass and
bnll, a.; Mend of tbe fox, 288;*
frequent in towni^ 248 ; neat and
habits, 260.

K^poCf a water-bird, Pdoeannt*
Carbo, Anw6, 203.

Kopa^V or Mspa^Xf, tha yomf
tnnny fish, 160.

Kop^^Xoc, water-newt, Triton aqna-
ticiis, 8, 9. 197. 8ir«a Protons.

K4ptc,einiex,biig,0.1ectalarins,184«

Kepvl«X6c, Ittk, Alaoda arfeuii
oristata, 277. •

KepvMc. lark, Alaida erisCata, A,
arborea* A. arreasis, (thoo^^
Scbneiderthinksthis identiflcation
donbt/til), itt nest, 146, 249;
hybemates, 215; hostOo to tho
pcseUis, 282; is said to sat tho
egga of the eagle, 288; friendly
to the ecbflBailtts,234 ; perches on
thegronnd,242,246| two kindly
249.

Keprf » f, OormseoroMb 46; feeds
ill yoong after they are fle dg ed,
146; iaonbation, 147; li?ea near
tha8ea,203; Bgrptian, 226; fea
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dile. Croeodaoi NilotieM, I»
14; in E;i;jpL 8S, 69; reprodM-
l' tion, 187 ; DjMni>%Uj^ 73*
n K^rwy. Bieintti, tick,ordog^loaM,
10 Hippoboica OTioa, 185; Afluik.-
ricinus, 125.
KrcSc. Peeten, 82, 84. ▲ krgeldiid,
which has (nm Talft flat, Peetaa
B- mazimvi, 84, 94, 95 ; origin, 117 ;
Dt tmaU eniaUeeant in than^ ik.;
r. hjbernata, 213 ; nd paelMU^ 220 ;
m leap,26e.

ro KiaftM, beans, Yida faba, 72, 206.
^* K^voc, Turdoi Cjaneni, bina
Uiniih, 248.
Kvyypa/ioc ©r t^xP'fHf Corn-
crake, Ballns Gro, Str^k, pro-
babl? a ipeeies of ortolan, LMUt
mtdSeoU. Leada the flight of tho
al quaili, 210.

\; KvKvoc, iwaa, Gjenna <4or, 4. 45 ;^
m food, 203; grmriooi, 211 1
fights with the eagle, 288 ; habita,
r- 244 ; when dying they go towaida
id the sea, t&.

K6XXapoc or ^K^XXopoc, benaift
la, crab, Pagoms, 85.
6. K^/uv^cc. the Ionic name of tht
lis x^^'kf Btryx Nisoria, 244, 251.
KvvaKdyOn^ perhapa the dog-rosa,

worms in it, 126. Rosa canina.
Kvvec/faXoc, dog-headed ape,
8imia Cpocephalns, 82. 8. Ponif
n ria.

B, Kvyoppal^Hkt dor>ticki| Bioiiw
earns, 185.
Kvirplvoc, carp, Cyprinna CSanfo,
38 ; inhabita riteia, 91 ; prodoo*
tion and growth of youg, 15ft»
156; Btar-atmck, 219.
K^KToc, a shmb^ Cytiaii^ Modicago

arborea, 71*
Xof iK a kind of abriaip or pmra,
77. PalwBCB BqniUa or Ora^gaa
▼ttlgaria, also Pigvini.
KMfAXeCt o kind of awaOow, Bar-
tin } Hirando vbica, Mkai iu
neat of B«d in nab aad eaiwM,
250.
Kit*!', dcf, Caali flNBiUatH ^
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26, 27, 29, 30, 81, 32,42.58;
Ui^ dog of Epinii. 71 ; dreans,
97; rtprodoeiioD, oarkiBr, &«.,
103, 107, 112. 113, 114. 161,
163; LacoBJan don, tbeir btbits,
166, 167; when dogi eat gran,

. 204, 288; diieaaea, 222; EjTp*
tiaa dogi, 226; CTTonian dogt,
balf*bn3, with woItw, LaeoouA
with foiet, Indian with tigan,
227; tho Moloatiaa abepbarddog,
230; btaatinal wonna in don,
238.

KAtnr, A cartOaginona fiab, Sqaalna
earebaiiaa, Simek, 8. galaoa, 104,

^l^^hf ridg«on» Oobio, 44; ova,
153, 15o ; poor onaa caat on abora,
157; food, 200; life near the
land, 211 ; fatten in rifara, 218;
gregariooa, 197; in winter doea
not laaTatbaP^bie Euripva, 256.

X^Xair^c, an animal inhabiting the
ataUea of the aaa, a liiard aeeord*
ing to aome, Soaligar thinka n
beetle, 232, Mna ainntna.

Kwt^M^, a apeeiia of gnat, aaaUar
than the eapia, Conona ealoi-
traaa, Simek^ Cnlei pipiena or
C. caldtrana, 89, 94; apringa
from n worm in fiaegar, MoaiUna
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Aifipat, perbapa Peren Labrax,
- .8, 92;aleepa, 98;repro.



dveliini, 108, 109, 163, 159; food,
199,200; baa n atone bita bead,
218 ; 'nnflt to cat when in apawn,
228; al tioMa MaocUted wilk

• eaatma,244.

Amj u6cj^ hare, Lepna tiaidvi^ the

AcfSir^e nanM ofnbMUfbg
■ in roeka and monntain^ pachapa
itah0nldbaX«CK,234.

n apeeiea of thnak IMoa
,134|S47.



Atiftla^ a apedca of aharb, Sqnaloa
eentrina, or oaraebiaa, 104, 256.

Aaftirvpif or wmXaftiric* glow*
wonn, Lampjna notaluca, aee

Atfpoc, gnll or eormorant, Lams

eaona and marinnap Sterna, 46;

eoloar, 203; n wbito kind, ik,;

boatile to the brenthna and harpi^

232.
Adral, betfer, Caator fiber, 8, 206.
Aiyaya, potberba, 217.
Aii2/3aroc, abate. Bain Batia, 40,

161.
Acirdc, limpet. Patella, 82, 84, 85,

86, 117.
Af irc^wroi, acalT fiabei^ aee wXwreL
AiVKipmitet, white h«ron, Plntalen

leuccrodia. 203.
AfVKiy, probably the unopened

flower-bud of the grape, or Populna

alba, 121.
At^KOc, Ardea argentata, 233.
Alu^y, Uon, Felia Leo, 6, 24, 25,

26, 28; Uoneaa, 29, 80. 82, 42,

69, 61, 69; reptodnetion. 102,

161, 176; exiiting in one diatrioi

of Enrope, 226; Sjrian liona,

176; mane and teeth, <*.; Ibod,

206 ; babita, 271, 272 ; two kinda

deaoribed, 272.
AiBan^iCt Boamaiinna oflioinalii,

Boaemart. 183.
A(/3voc, a bird, enemy of the wnod-

peeker, 282.
AiyvfC, Ljgiana who are aaid to

hafe eaten riba, 16«
ktup^wTptOf OTatera, Oatren ediHa,

82, 117 ; amaU em rt a ce ana ia

them,a.
A^aXec, n apeeiea of heno,CioeBln

dabia,45.
A4fe«p«, animala with hidry taili^

hone, aaa, fte., 11, 16, 19, 30.
A47C lOTBi* Nia Ijni, 28, 29,

102.
AimeCy * bi«d of Jaekdnw or

ehongb, Corma moncdnla, 0.

pyrroeoraa, 248.
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rtprodnetioD, 109» 161, 177 ; mIi
mit and Mrth, 204 ; Egyptian,
22« ; attaekt the MM, bdl, and ibi,
232 ; near tba lake Msotis, 254.

A^C* * ^d of ipider, Aranaa ta-
raninla, Sirna, 269.

Aitpt^ a flili, Trigla Ljra, 9&.



Halo, a enutaoean, Maia Sqninado,
77,81,217.

M«»vlc» iprat or lardino, Sparut
noBnat iiaivc^ui, 167, 168, 169 ;
when toe males are called tra^
228 ; grenriout, 234.

MaXdiua^ toe elaae of cepbalopod
noUutKa, one apeeiea which oceu*
piee a shell is probably Oaroarina
mediterranea, Spnufi Lfdtu 8^
10, 19, 73,87; reproduction, 105,
110, 121, 154; wh; they imbibe
water, 196; camiTorous, 198,
109; best for food when they
ha?e Ofa, 228.

UoKaMOKoavkvc, perbapt Loxia
pyrrhula, SeAn$idtr, 248.

UaXtucSerpoKa. cmstaoeans, 10, 7S,
77; reprodoetion, 106, 120; im«
bibe water, 196 ; omniforons, 198;
beat for food when they ha?e ova,
228.

Ifap»y»c« * aea-dih, 169, 218.

Viaprtxipa, a fabnlovs animal, 80.

HfXayK^pvfoc, probably blaekeap,
Pams ater, or Mnsdearpa atrica>
pilla, 202; food, eggs, nest and
tongne, 246 ; in the antnmn oalled
8yealis,.276.

HfXcnwIiroc* oalled aka lagopho-
nos, an eagle, Aqnila lelanaetns,
Falco folTns, 251.

MtXctrevpec* a aea*flsh, Sparaa Bt-
lannms, 199.

Ml Xf «7^]Cf Oninft fowl, Mdaagrb
Nomidiea, 189.

MfXAMroc, plant, MaliloCw aOai-
nalii^266.

If AiiTM, baa, Aptanallite, 8, 6, 7,
^ 9^ 64, 88^ 89, 98, 86; they



sleep, 98; lanra are called nym-
phs, 124; reproduction, 127;
drones, chiefs, slso called mothcta
and kings, 28 ; three kinds of bets,
a.; life, 130; whito bees im
plants, and other kinds, il. ; food,
208; hTbemata, 211; ehmwa
their skins, 216; diseases, ttS;
industry, 268; habits, 260.

^/<lVdCt ui inferior kind of an*
choTy, Clupea sardina, 158.

K(po^, bee-eater, Meropa Apiaster,
L or Congener, L. 1 A, 2&, 266.

UiiiutA^ a pbnt, medick grai
Medicago saUra, 71, 207, 26li.

MvKMtr, a gregarions fish, 234.

Hqcitfy, plant, poppy, 268.

MfXeX^vOv, eockcbaftr, Melolon-
thns anrata, 9, 88. 89, 126.

Ml^pvC, a fish like the Scaras, said
to rnminate. Scams Crstensis, k79.

MiXrec, vermilion, 139.

MJrvc, a subetanca nsed by beta to
corer orerices in their hi?ea, 261.

Wpftwpoct a sea-fish. Spans mor-
mynis, 159.

U6p fP9c, another name of the plan-
gan, Faleo nmrins, 26U

MiryaXil, shrew monss^ Sores
araneus, 223.

Hvlo, honse fly, Mnsca d eieati ca ,
9, 83, 89; reprodnctkm, 106,
108, 126; omnivorona, 208L

K^Cwv, a asn fish, perhapa aona
kindof mullet, 109, 159.

UvoB^ptu 6fiic, eerpents that knnt

Hipaiyo, aea-lamprey, livman
hdena, Jtrwal. 8, 37, 40, 61;
reprodnetien, 103, 109; food,
199 ; near the shore, 211 1 kyber-
natea, 213 ; ssiaes the aoMar hr
thetail,235.

Hvoivc or UmfXvc, a isa fish,
218.

Il6p^|, ant, Tormiea, 4t winged



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and winglsss, 73, 93. 108; lepiw
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Mvcf BOOM, Mof nniciiliit. The
BgTptian kind U probably Hisrax,
thoM Mid to walk 00 two foot are
the Jerboa. The Pontie kiod
Mid to romioate. Mas Citilloa,
Sehmiir^ ft, ftO; roprodoetioo.
178; Pertiaa» Bmtiao, aod
nany othtr kiodi, d. ; naooerof
driobog, 205; whito mioe io
Footoa, 216; ijabian mieo, 226;
Lybiao, A.; tht Pootie boom
is said to romioate. 278.

M9c. • bifalfo BoUosk, perhaps Mi-
tylo8,82.

Mv#Wm|roCf whale, Balna mjs-
tiMtoSt 64. Balasopteras mot-
eolos or Boops.

llv«#f • horse-ily or ftd-flTt Tsbi-
oosCaootieos. T. plofiaiis, 9, 8S,
89: ongio, 126; death, 127 1
sosts blood, 208.



NApKV, toipedo, Raia Torpedo, 87,
40, 104 ; reprodoetiooaod yooif i
109, 160, 161 ; habits, 27ft.

K«vrlXoct eephalopod, the soeeiM
adheriogto its sheU is probably
the Naotilos PompiKos, aaother
BpeeiM Argooanta Argo, Oimn im
&chp^cUa •/ AmMUww. 76. 268.

VifipiM yaXfol, dog^uh, Bqodos
Mtnlos. 149.

VtPp^f fawn, 71.

Vt$9af6poc, anaoM of the pygorim,
251.

Vic^^oXec, tho larra of tho sOk-
wono, Bombyx, 124.

VMinfc, differeot littoral troehit
Trochos, Nerita, Haliotis, 86,
86, 94, 117, 118.

K^rrc, disk, AoM Bosehai^ 4ft,
208.

VffTof4»oc or M^pfMCi Sftl; %
■aiie of thei^gos.

VIrMtocIwwMjVisMB hoffsso, 278.

VMrfflc, hat, YMpertiUo, 4, 9, 6a

TUPfrutfymU ArdM Kyetieoroi,
l|anbo,46,201,210^»l



Xtfiac, sword-flth, Xlphiai gladioL

88, 40. 219.
XvXof6dp«c* iosMts in wood, Phry*

ganea, TioM graminella, 186.



'OCoXiCf » eephalopod moUosk, the

same m bolitsBoa, 76.
OMpBiif the flower oi thofin^ 121.
OlpdpBiit probably the oame of eomo

dark-coioored bird, 276.
Olydc, e wild pigeoo, Colombo mi-

gratoria, Strtik^ C. craas, 111.

138,203.
'Otc, sbMD, Oris ariei^ 72 ; different

OI#rpoc, god fly, Tabaooi corrinQS,
3, 9, 83, 89; origio, 126; oblood
SQcker, 208 ; the marioe speeiM
probaUy refers to eertain parasitM
on flih, Leroca braehiaus, Pha-
laogiom balenarom, 13ft, 208,
21^219.

OZ^/Mc, a bird, perhaps MotoeQlo
sibilatrix, or Troohilos, 202.

'OXoOeifpiey, probably an algo
Spoogodiom, Spr^Wi Ly^ Ho"
lothoria or Salpa, 4.

*Or0Ct •>•» Eqoos Atinos, 27, 31,
39, 68. 70 ; not infested with liee
or ticks, 136; reprodoction, 113,
163,171; food and drink, 207;
diseases, 224; a foe to the ^i-
thos,232f Mts ihoros, 233.

'Oyoc ^ dyp^^^, the wild ass, 178 ;
in Epinis, 71; the lodiaa ass, per-
bape Rhioooeroe, 28.

'Oi^, 6sh, psrbape Baio sonatina,
Stn^, Oadoi mostela, 214, 266.

'Orec, woodlooes^ Oniseoi aeellos,

'0pi«i4c, ipseiM of titaoiiisu

Pams Ater, 202.
'OpiiwIXMyKf Grypoetos BoihatM,

'Qofk. »«^ 6» llf 27, 31, 39,
malM nA loprodoettot, 163.
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*OplymvoCf ftlaat, OriftBim, SM.
'Opcvct • wp ^umI of tmy,

SoMibtr aU loDga. 109.
*OpMc, domettie fowl,iM dlX««Wfic

and kXttff9^,
'Ope/3oc. tant, Orotoii Erfm tr-

TiUl^ 71, 191.
^Op^iriC^Ct BMUitoiii flseb, Fria*

gUU noatUriagiUa, AtmA^ 202.
•(Wodtfcvf , an iBiaet that aali tht

bods of pla&t% ChiyioiMla dUn-

oeatl2e.

*0|>rv|y quail, CotunizTiilgarit, 40,
4^; Beft» 140, 240; migraUon,
210; doea not pereb ontraei, 242.

'OpvC, Nilcbatt, Aatilopt piota, or
Antilope Onn, 27.

'Op^» aaea ftib, peibam SeorpKiia
porew, %«<f t IfCMS 109, 199,
211, 214.

*0px^Xk9 * biid, Chaxadriiii minor,
2a2.

•OwrpaMtpfM, taitaooonimoUnaea,
8, 10, 13, 73, 81 ; reprodnetioB,
110, 115, 117; compand with
plaati, 195 ; byboraat^ 218 ; beit
for food wbtn tbey ba?a ora, 228.

'O^pcoy, ojiter, 8, 10, 117; diifa-
rent kinds, 78 ; oriciB, 117 ; bava
an anot, 198 ; rd dlrrpf w^f, taa*
taeea, 228.

'0#rpfioy, tbt tbell naad by paini-
' art, 118.

*OvpaC Otit honbara, 189.

Oic BaK&rrwUf tea aar, perbaaa

. Haliotii, 84. •

'Oft^tav, a amall aerpent, fonnd in
the plant nlpbiam, 227 ; a Mnall
serpent, Coluber ammodjtes, or C.
JEsenlapii, Sirack, H, : an Indian
serpent, whose bite is fbtal, ik,

'0^» serpent, 5 ; winfed serpentin
JSthio^ perfaape moo Tolana,
9; a homed serpent in Egypt,
Oolnber oersstes, 28; water-eer-
pents, Colttber natriz, 18, 85, 88,
48, 44. 48, 49, 80; Bsrineseiw
^ts^ Mmna opUs, or Aniv^



djtes tobianns, Str^ek, 88, 255;
there are manT Jdnda. Their hiss*
ing, 96; the tmale brpr, 100;
reprodnetion, 108, 137; ^ango
their skin, ISl, 218 ; oaniforow,
204; hybemate, 218; a large
kind in Ljbia, Boa eonstrietor,
226; the blind serpent, Angiia
fragilis.223.
"OfpMCb Labras Anthia, 109.



niyevpof, probably the

herrait-erab, Psgnms Bemhardi,

77.
Il«r04p, panther, Felia Pknthsra*

177.
nap^dXio, 84 : peibaps thasaotsoA

the Leopard^B skint an nninowm

animal, L, md S. Lut.
nao^aXloyx*C* * P^t poisoBOOS to

the Leopard, perhape aeonita,

Doronicam pardalianehes, or aeo-

nitum Napellos, 238.
Iliip^aXif, Leopard, Felis Leopar.

dns, 8, 27, 29, 80{ Anatie, 228;

the ftmiJe more bold than th«

male, 280; hunts by seent, 238.
nd^aXoc, * bird, perhape Stumun

Vulnris, Starling. TnngaSqnn*

ratoU, Strmek^ 248. .
ndpjcey, see liriri(p8«ev, Giraffe.
IliXnpydCi atork, Ardea Cieottiav

208, 215 \ when wounded tpplicn

oriranum to its wonnds, 238;

said to be fed by its young, 245.
IliXcidc, a kind of dure, distintt

from 9iplwTtpmt 111; migntorf,

210.
IffKccav, Pelecan, Peleeanns owk

erotalus, migrates from the 6try-

mon,209; gregarious, 219 ; eain

sheU-flsh, 248.
IliXXec, blaek hanm, Aiden siasren»

2.^247.
TiipitK, partri^ Peidtx einsnn.

and ruth, Tetrao Perdis an4

OrsBous, 5, 45, 47, 96; fspf»-

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Best, incalMtioii, bab{(i| 138, 340.
241. 242; lift, 145, 240; «Ui
nuuls, 2S5 ; dinti itself, 277.

Of^^fpa, HoiiM-do?e,Cplniiiba,4,
5, 39, 45 ; differs firoiD iriXiiac,
111; reprodoetion, tft., 138, 138,
140, 141, 144, 145; food, 202; not
migratory, 210 ; htbits, 239, 240 ;
those QiM for lures ere blinded,
240; wash and dust themtelTes,
277.

TUoivrotiivi, the class of pigeon-like

. birds. Ill, 144, 202.

n^fxrq, perch, Perca fluTiatilii^ 88,
44, 155, 214.

IlfpKi^rrfpoc, dushr eagle, Ynltur
percnopterus or Oypaietoe barba-
tns, or Faleo barbatus, 251.

nipcoc, grej hawk, Faleo subbuteo^
253.

Tiippfi^ or imp>2c« * kind of hawk.

Ilf 6c9, pine tree, 126.

Iliiyayov, me. Rata graTeolem, 238.

IIvAa/ilc* n tnnnj fish of a jear old,
Scomber ThTnnus, 4 1 reprodoe-
tion, 108; where found, 109 ; the
tunnj a year older than the pela*
mys, 157, 160; migrate to the
Pontus, 211 ; gregarious, 285*

IlvviXo^, a kind oC dnek^ Ants
Penelope, 208.

nn^^^f some speciea of linray
Pbalame geometm, 124.

HiOiiKegi^jf, the a^ tribe, 26.

n/99KOc, ape, Sinua SjlTanns, 82.

niMcc, a bitter herb, endife, Chico-
num intfbus, or Helminthia
Echiondla, 238.

nfrra, the genua Pinna, 82^ 117»
118, 195.

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iirvefiXaCi

fingin shells and nongety
nothmes ?eterua, 11/.



Pin-



iKiroc, wtwpa, wiwm^ woodpecker,
Picas Tindisu msjor, miner, 202,
232,848.

IIMvtfinipect bem^ wax, 261.

Wfifl or wl^rC Alaada trifidii^
884.



nXoy^ec, t ipedes of eagle^ Aqnila

iSKAiMQ or fX6^cec» mnUein, Yerbaa-
eum thapsus, fatal to fish, 220.

nXtiroL certain fish, as the eestreus
and fabra^ 153, 256,228, 273;
also of birds, 35.

Ilirf ^^wv, a marine animal of low
organisation, 118.

n^ M^^ici) and Jvp(a, Hedicago
satiya, and lupnlina, 268.

nouriXict perhaps FriugillaCaxdueliB
or (Enanthe, 232.

n#Xiiirovc« O^opus, Spntift Xyctic,
Sepia ocU^podia, a small Taricfcated
kind, has not been determined.
Owmt 9, 73, 74, 76; scTcral
kinds, 73, 258 ; reproduction, 105,
110, 121; destroTs the lobster,
198; is destroTcd OT the conger,
ib.; food, 199; when good for
food, 228; ink, 75, 257: changes
its colour, ib.i grows lean, d. ;'
goes upon shore, 258.

Ilopf vpo, Murex trunculus, S^prutfi
J^ciMf and probably some other
shells, 81, 83, 85, 86, 89, 94;
time of appearance^ 1 10, 1 15, 1 16,
117; ecTcral kinds, 116, 117; said
to obtain the purple from AIgm,
155; canuTorous, 200; hyoNBr-
nates, 213, 220, 256.

UopfwiUiv, a bird with a long neck,
FuliM poiphyrion, StrM^ 4ft,
206.

npdviev, a species of alga, perhana
Caulerpa prolifera, S^tifiLj^mp^
199.

IIf>aff#Kovplct * grab which destroyi
leeks, Clems apiarius, 126.

Hpiepvtt the same as TrochihM^
wren, 232, 244.



np»/ufdiC, i kind of tunny, 214
~ H#nct perhaps the saw-fish, 8qi
lus pristis, Sinuk^ 152.



np6piro¥f sheep, Ofis aries, 27, 29 ;
black lambs, M, 66, 67 ; in Bpinis.
71, 72; Toiea of the ram, 96;
dreams, 97; feproduction, 112,
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to theep* 222; diieaiet, 228;

Syrian ibeep, 226 ; EgjpkUii, 226;

habits, 235 ; hoetiU to bees, 261 ;

raminato, 279.
npoC, roe deer, Cerras Otprioloi,

Z9, 58, 67.
JlrtXia, elm, Ulnras eampestris, 206.
nnpvfc, A species of hawk, 253.
liriyKf or wMKt a water-bird, 244,
flvyapyoc* a kiod of eagle, perhaps

CireiiB Cjanens, hen harrier, 146,

250; abio a water-bird, perhapa

Trioga Oerophns, L. SckmUir^

203, 244,
nvyoXaftwlc, glow^womii Lanq^^

noctiluea, 73, 125.
nvpaXIc. a bird, enemy of the tartle

doTO, 232.
nv^dvnic. a moth, Tinea meUo-

nella, Straek^ 225.
nofipopkat, a red bird, Lozia pyr-

rula, or enuoleator, 202.
IImvC, a bird liting in

Ardea porporea, 247*



'?a6d¥0Cf cabbage or radish, 124.

*Pi|Winf, resin, 248.

'Piyif* * ipecies of shark* Sqnalns
Sqoatina, Straekf 49 ; reproduc-
tion, 103, 108, 109, 160, 151 ;
mode of taking ito prey, 255;



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