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As stated at page 299, there is no appearance of the dark red
margins to the feathers of the crown, which seems a strong cha-
racter in hcBmatotis.

Fam. PICID^

SUBFAM. PICINiE.

347. Chloronerpes eallopterus, sp. nov.

Male. Head above dark oli?e-brown with a broad occipital scarlet
band ; back and wings golden olive ; rump dark olive-green ; tail brown,
bordered with olive, and without spots or bars ; the outer feather pale
cinnamon color in the middle on each side of the shaft, the next feather
marked more narrowly in the same manner ; the quills are bright cin-
namon with spots and bars of black rather sparingly distributed, the
primaries are brownish-black at their ends, most so on the outer ones ;
the secondaries and tertiaries are broadly margined with golden olive ;
a band of pale yellow runs from the bill along the side of the head
under the eye, below which is a band of olive-brown ; throat pale ful-
vous with dusky spots ; breast olive green, with triangular spots of pale
yellow ; abdomen light yellow with transverse black bars ; lower part
of abdomen and under tail-coverts pale rufous ; bill dark plumbeous,



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Catalogue of a Collection of Birds, 477

'whitish at the base of the under mandible below ; tarsi and toes
brown.

Length about *J in. ; wing 4J ; tail 2| ; bill J ; tarsi |.

Fam. CUCULID^.

Sdbfam. COCCTZINJE.

348. Coccygua erythrophihalmvs ( WiU.).

Fam. COLUMBID^

SuBFAM. ZENADINiE.

349. Oeotrygon violacea {Temm). ?

Male. Plumage above rufous-brown, the upper part of the back red-
dish-violet, crown and hind neck brownish ; front, chin, abdomen, and
under tail-coverts white ; lower part of neck and breast light vinaceous,
the feathers margined with pale rufous ; tail very deep rufous ; legs and
bill yellow.

Length 9 in. ; wing 6^ ; tail 8| ; bill ^ ; tarsi J.

It agrees quite well with Temminck's plate of this species, but
the color on the hind neck is violet-red instead of violet-blue,
and there is no appearance of the golden reflections ; perhaps
not fully adult

Fam. TINAMIDJE.

SUBFAM. tinamin^

350. TinamuB robustvs^ Scl. P. Z. S. 1860, p. 253.

Male. Above reddish brown, with transverse black markings most
conspicuous on the wings and lower part of the back ; top of the head
dark brown intermixed with rufous, sides of the head and a broad collar
around the neck bright rufous finely pencilled with black ; throat white ;
under plumage ochraceous grey, crossed with numerous fine irregular
markings of dark brown, larger on the sides ; under tail-coverts light
rufou8, with broad brown bars on the outer edges of the feathers.

Length about 15 in. ; wing 9 ; tail 3 J ; bill 1| ; tarsi 2^.



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478 Catalogue of a Collection of Birds.

The specimen above described, I suppose to be Mr. Sclater's
species, allied to T. major.

Fam. CHAKADKID^.

SuBFAM. CHARADRINiE.

351. Aegialitis vodferus {Linn.).

Fam. AKDEID^.

SuBFAM. ARDEINiE.

352. JBotaurus lentiginosuSy Steph.

Fam. CANCKOMTD^.

SuBFAM. CANCROMINiE.

353. Cancroma oochlearia^ Imn.

Fam. EUREPTGID^.

SuBFAM. EURIPYGINuE.

354. Euripyga major ^ Hard. S •

" helias, Lavyr. neo Fall. No. 133 of Part I.

A very fine specimen in the present collection shows the
Panama species not to be helias ; its size is much larger, the
plumage of the back is umber brown crossed with blackish-
brown bars, the wing-coverts bluish-grey ; the bands across the
quills are broader and of a deeper chestnut than in helias^ in
which the ground color of the upper parts is pale fulvous or
light rufous intermixed with grey, and conspicuously barred
with blackish-brown, being much more variegated and the con-
trasts of color more decided. The under mandible in majot* is
deep orange ; in the Brazilian species pale yellow.

The comparative measurements are as follows :

K major^ length 19 in. ; wing 9 ; tail 7 ; bill 2i; tarsi 2J.

E helias, « 15 in.; « 8; " 6; « 2,' " If.



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I thiuk it probable that all the specimens from Central Ame-
rica referred to heliaa^ will prove to be of the above species.

Fam. TANTALID^.

SUBVAH. IBIN^

355. Harjpiprion Cayennensia {Gm.). $ .

Fam. SCOLOPACID^.

SuBFAic SCOLOPACIN^

356. Macrorhamphue griseics {Om,y

SuBFAM. TOTANIN^
337. Oambetta melanoleuca {Om.).

Fam. KALLID^.

SuBFAM. RALLINJE.

358. Aramides ruficollis {Om,). $ .

Uead and neck bluish cinereous, top of the head brown ; the upper
part of the back, smaller wing-coverts and scapulars are clear olive-green ;
greater wing-coverts and wings rufous, the primaries with dusky tips ;
the middle of the back is brown gradually deepening to black on the
rump and upper tail-coverts; tail black; the throat is. nearly white;
breast deep rufous ; abdomen, sides, and under tail-coverts black ; thighs
greyish br»vn ; circle round the eye vermillion ; bill dark olive-green,
lighter at the end, and dark yellow on the sides at the base ; legs and
feet bright crimson, claws dusky.

Length 13^ in. ; wing 7^; tail 2^ ; bill 2|; tarsi 3 J.

359. Porzana Carolina {Linn.).

Fam. STEENID^

SuBVAM. STEBinNJB.

360. Eydrochelidon plumbea {WiU.).

FEB. isea. 33 Aim. Lxa Nat. Hmt'. Vou VII.



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XLI. — Descriptions of Two New Species of Mollusca of the
Geniis CoRBicuLA.

By Temple Prime.
Be»d FtbroMT IT. 18«9.

!• Corbicula Larnaudieri, nov. sp.

T. ovato-transversA, inaequilaterali, convexins-
culA, antice paulo longiore, iitraque extremitate
rotundatA ; umbonibus parvia, turgidulis, integris ;
lunula ovato-lanccolatli, pallid^ ; sulcis distantibus ;
epidermide flavescente-viridi, vestitA ad ambones
atroviolasceDte radiatd ; intus vioIace& ; cardine
inaequaliter tridcntato ; dentibus lateralibus an-
gustis, tenue striatis.

Long. 13; lat. 11 ; diam. *J mill.

Hob. — Siam. (My Cabinet.)

This small species is somewhat convex, slightly inequilateral,
the lunula is distinct, the beaks though small are a little raised
and curve inwardly, the striae are regular and far apart, the
epidermis is glossy and of a yellowish-green color, with distinct
markings of dark violet on the beaks.

Somewhat like the C, tuinida from Borneo ; it isy^.owever,
smaller, less heavy, more inequilateral, less convex, tliestrifie
are not so far apart, and the epidermis is of a lighter and
brighter color.

The C. Larnavdieri^.so called in honor of the Abb6 Lar-
naudier, was discovered in Siam by that gentleman, who
formed part of the embassj' sent to that country a few years
since by the French Government ; he only collected the two
specimens now in my cabinet, which I obtained from him
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9. Corbieula medioeris, nov. sp.

T. ovato-transvers^, compre8siu8Cul&,, subaqui-
laterali, tenui, latere antice subangulato, postico
snbtruncato ; umbonibus tumidis, brevibus, laevi-
gatis; liinulfi. ovato-lanceolat4, pallid^, laevigata;
transvereim regulariter sulcata; cpidermide flaves-
cente-viridi, vestit4 ad umbooes atro-violascente
radiate ; valvis intus violaceo-rubris ; cardine an-
gusto in^eqiialiter tridcntato ; dentibus lateralibus
brevibus, angustis, albis, tenue striatis.

Long. 22 ; lat 17 ; diam. 11 mill.

*; H; tVpoH.

Hah. t (My Cabinet.)

This species is comparatively delicate, it is nearly equilateral ;
the anterior side is somewhat distended and angular, the pos-
terior being abrupt, the beaks are small and not much raised,
the lunula is distinct and of a lighter color than the rest of the
shell; the stride, though somewhat coarse, are regular and
close ; the epidermis is yellowish-green, the valves very little
convex are, in the interior, dark purplish-violet.

Compared with the C. occidens^ from India, to which it is
closely allied, the beaks are smaller, the hinge is slighter, but
the main diflTerence consists in the fact that in the G. mediocria
the anterior side is distended and angular, whereas in G.
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482 Description of a



XLn. — Description of a New Species of MoUusca of ihs

Genus Venus.

Bt Tkmplk Prime.
Bend Februrf 17, 1881.

* Tenus (Gemma) Manhattensis, nov. sp.

Jay's Cat iv. ed. Sappl, p. 466—1862.

T. parv^, triangulari, 8ub»quilaterali, nitidft,
traDsvcrsim striata ; sulcis distaDtibus ; marginibas
crenulatis.

Shell small, triangular, nearly equilateral ;

beaks somewhat raised, generally eroded ;

valves moderately compressed, within white ;

,, ,^ , , . exterior shining, white, stricB somewhat

Magnified nlnt timeB. ^' '

coarse and distant, though regular ; teeth
divergent, strong, distinct ; muscular and palleal impressions
very distinct ; sinus small, acute ; inner margin crenulated.
Long, i ; lat. /j ; diam. j\ inches.
" 3; « 2J; " 1^ mill.

Sab. — ^The State of New York, in the- East Eiver, and at
Greenport, L. I.

(Cabinets of Jay, Gould, Sanderson Smith, and Prime.)

I dredged half ja dozen specimens of this species in 1852 at
Hell Gate, between Mill Rock and the mouth of the Harlem
river, and having submitted them to Mr. Stimpson, who pro-
nounced them distinct from the Venics gemma Totten, I distri-
buted them as a new species. Since this time Mr. Sanderson
Smith has found it at Greenport in more abundance and in
company with the V, gemma.

Comparing this species with the F. gem/ma^ I find that it is
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white color, moreover, renders it distinct, as the purple tinge is
one of the characteristic marks of the V. gemma.

Doubts having arisen with some as to the V. Manhattensis
being distinct from the V. gerrnna^ I referred the matter to Dr.
Gould, sending him specimens from Hell Gate and from
Greenport. The distinguished conchologist of Boston, with his
usual kindness, gave the matter his attention, and a short time
since wrote to me as follows. " I have examined the Iktle
Venus, and am of opinion that it is distinct. It is not only
small, white, triangular, but the concentric striae are coarser
and more distant. It is not likely that so broad and uniform a
variation would occur in localities so near eacK other. Were
they culled from among other specimens of the ordinary
gemm>a f I could not find one like them in a handful which I
have. This adds to the probability of its being distinct."

The section of the genus Venus' to which the V. Manhatr
tensis belongs, has been separated from the original genus, by
Mr. Deshayes, and called Gemma. Mr. Stimpson has adopted
this new classification in the Smithsonian check lists, by placing
the V. gemm^ under the name of Gemma TotteniL



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INDEX.



piie names of new species, or coneerning which new information is given, are
pnnted in Roman letter; and the first number indicates the pages on which the
new matter will "be found: 8ynon3-m8, and species to which only incidental refer-
ence is made, are in Italica ; and names of families or higher divisions in Small
Capitals.]

Page
Aohatina ociona Ch., 848, 844, 851,

852, 854, 856, 858, 859, 860

osctUana Ad., 856

parvttla Chitty, .... 856

pellueeM Ad., 856

picta Rv 852

pueUa Ad., 856

Poeyana P., 862

pwilla " 852

pygmaea " 852

stmitarum Rang., .... 358

Molitaria Ad, 856

striosa ** 856

aubulatoidet 0., .... 852

tenera Ad., 856

TrinUaria G., 852

virginea L., 854

Achatinella Kauaiensis Newa, . 145
melanona ** . . 146

obesa " . . 146

Achelons, 221

depressifrons (Stimp.) . . 228
Gibbesii *' . 67, 222

Ordwayi Stimp., .... 224

tpinimanttt 228

tubercniatus Stimp., . . . 228
Xantusii " .... 222

Acrodus 888

Actiea erosa Stimp., . 51, 204

labyrinthica ** ... 204
nodosa *' ... 808

Mtiffer M. Ed., 51

sulcata Stimp., 208

Aetesodes Dana, 204

Acteon ][mnc/o-<^r»a/a Stimp., 153, 159
Actinia meiembryarUhetnttm, 19, 20, 21

tigriniif 19

Actiniscns siricus £hr., .... 104

Actinocyclus biocionariut Ehr., . 104

undulatus " . .105

Actinophoenia apUndens Shad., 104, 105



Psgo
Acanthopns Gibbesii M. Ed., . . 282
p/anMatmiM (Herbst), . . 282
AcantMas Bonap., 377, 879, 884,

888, 405

Acanthidium Lowe, 405

AearUhorhinua Gray, 875, 876,

877, 884, 405

acanthia$j 875

AOAMTLilVA, 884

Accipiter collaris Scl., .... 462

Cooperi, 258, 289

fringilloidet Vig., .... 255

fu9eu*, 256

Gundlachi Xaio., .... 252

j[>i/«ah<a Max., . . . 254, 289

AoaxprraiNAE, . . . 289, 816, 462

Achaeopsis, 198

Achaeue, 198, 195

Achatina 842

abdita Py., 8^2

aciculaWkW., 851

acicularis Sh., 858

Adamsiana Chitty, . . . 856

areuataF.f 856

JBlainiana Py., 852

conaobrina 0., 852

costiUaia Ad., 856

curvilabrU P., 856

elaia G., 852

exili* P., 852

emarginata Swnint . . . 852
/a«cia/a MOIL, . . . 852, 855

OosaeiF., 856

gradlior Ad., 856

Gundlachi P., 851, 852,

856, 859

impreaaa P., 854

to^aAd., 856

levit " 856

longiapWa Ad., .... 856
mioana '* .... 856



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Index.



Actinoptychas nenariut Ehr., . . lt)4
Actiturufl Bartramiua (Wila), . . 834

Adamsiella, 848, 846

ehlorostomaSo^.j .... 867

chordatum G., 858

Or ay ana P., 867

ignilabrit Ad., 867

intermedia ** 857

mirabilit Wood, .... 857

miranda Ad 857

moiuitrota " 867

moribunda ** 857

Pearmaiieana Chitty, . . 867

ptUckrior Ad., 857

variabilis " 857

xanthostoma Sow., . . . 857
.fgialitis azarffi (Temm.), . . . 884

raelodias, 465

tenuirostris Law., . . . .465

TOciferuB (Linn.), . . . .478

.^Jolis vermifenw Smth., . . . .160

jEllopa* Agass., 888

Aiguillats 876

Albuncea Gibbesii Stimp., ... 78

Lucasii 78

Paretii, 78

tcutellata DesnL, .... 79
•ymniita Gibbes, .... 78

Aloadia, 848, 846

Brownei Gray, 857

capax G., 854

citrinolabria Ad., .... 857
consanguinea ** . . . .867
dissimulans Py., .... 864

dubiosa Ad., 867

gonoitoma G., 864

Oo»$ei P., 867

Gundlac?n " 864

hirtuta Ad., 857

kispida P., 864

Hollandi Ad., 867

inci'untata G., . . , . . 854

maciUnta Ad., 857

major Gray, 857

mega&toma Ad., .... 857

micro9toma " 857

minima O., 864

palliala Ad.f 857

pusilla «• 857

rubella P., 859

tolitaria Ad., 857

suceinea P., 855

velutina Py., 864

Aloedinid^, 290, 818

ALOCDININiE, 290, 818

AuCCTDRlNiS, 827

Alergatis limbatos, 202

lobatus (M. £d ), . . . .202
rotundatus Stimp., . . . 202



Alopbcl«, 877, 879, 888

Alopecias 883, 888, 40S

Alopeoiid^ .... 882,886, S88

Alopeciana, 384

Alopecoid^ 892, 898, 894^ 896,

896, 403

Alopeooidki, 388

Alopiadini, 888

Aiopias, 874, 877, 879, 880, 881,

884, 408

macroums . 878

vulpes Bon., 869*. 370*, 872. 403
Amazilia Riefferii, Bourc, . . . 292

Xantuftii Law., 109

Amnicola crystallina Pfr., . . . 350

lapidoria Say, 432

AifpELiDiS, 296

Amphitrite 221

depressifrons Stimp., . 68, 228

AmpuDana, 860

cornu-arietit L., . . . . 360

Jfcnom Phil 3«>

nugota Lam., 860

AnabateB eervinigfulariM Sci, . . 294
ochrolsnus Tsoh., .... 819
ochroUeDua Law., .... 465

AKABATIDiK, 294, 819

ANABATlNiE, 294, 319

Anaptychua, 188

corautus Stimp., . . . .184

Anas clypeata Linn., 274

cyanopterOf 274

discors, 274

lalandica, 451

viduata IJdd., 273

Anatina papyraeea Say, . . . • 1 64
Ancylus obscunu Halo., .... 360

AncistrodoH Dehey, 889

An^es, 876

AniculuB elegana Stimp., ... 83

typiem, 88

Anomia aculeata Omel., . . . .161

ephippium L., 161

** var, eleetriea, . . 161
" 9quamMla, . 161

Anostoma, 841

Aiithophora, 176

Anthue rufos (Gm.), 822

AntroetomuB CarolineiuUt . . .261
Cubanentia Law., . • . . . 260
NuUallii, .... 261, 460
vociferu9 GuDd., .... 260

Aodon, 378

Aphrodite Oroerdandita, . . . .167

Apia, 169

Virginicui, 176

Aprion, .... 879, 383, 886, 401

Aprionodon Gill. . . 400, 401, 411

brevipinnOf 411



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Aprionodon t«o<2on, 411

punctatun^ 401

ApROKFTEaiDES, 888, 389

Aquilim^ 816, 461

Ara Macao ^Linn.! .... 474

miUtariil "),.... 299

severa ( " )» • • • -474

Arainji, 299, 833, 474

Aramides ruficollis (Gm ), . . . 479

Aratus pitoni M. Ed., 232

Area jDtfxa^a Say, 161

transyersa Say, . . . .161
Ardea brunne»een» Gund^ . . .271

Akdbid^ 301, 834, 478

ARDXUfiB, 801, 834, 478

Arremoii aurantiiro^irit Lafr., . . 298
Attarte cattanea 148

mactracea L., . . . 148, 162

AsTRAPiS, 887

Astrape, 387

Astup Cooperi Lemb., . . . 252, 254

fusetts " 266

pileatus Gnnd., 252, 253, 254
Atturina magnirostris (Gm.), . .816

nitida (Lath ), 316

Atergatis lobatus Stimp., . 202, 203

lirobatus, 202

rotundatus Stimp., . . . 202
Athene nudipes Gray, .... 257

niju " .... 259
Atthis Helente (Gnnd.), .... 268
Attila Sclateri Law 470

spadicea Gm., 827

spadioea Law., 470

ATriLWiE 827, 470

Aulisous ccelatus B., 105

pruinosus B., 105

punctatus B., 105

Automolus cervini^ularis ScL, . . 466

pallidigalaris Law , . . . 465

Balea, 841, 842, 346

Oanteroiana G., . . . . 353

Basileuterus Delattrei Bp., . . . 822
BemicerviDUs Sol., .... 822

Batiasa 112, 113

atrata Desh., 113

Australis DQfh.f . . . .113
Childrenae Ad., . . . .113

compreMa Pr., 118

corbicidoide$ "Deek,, . . .113

eloiigata Pr., 118

extrnta Ad., 118

fortii Pr., 118

fmcata " 114

gigardea " . . . . 112, 114

aracUis " lU

hwnerosa Desh., . , . .114
inflata^,, lU



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112, 114



113,



112,



Batissa insignis Desb.,

Jai/ennis Ad., .

Keraudrenia Ad.,

lenticularis Deah.,

megadesma *'

minor Pp., . .

ob^a Ad., . .

product a Desh. .

rotundata Ad., .

nmilU pp., . .

sphcericula Pp.,

tenebrota Ad. .

triquetra Desh.,

unionifonnis Pp.,

violacca Ad.,
Biddnlphia aurita Breb-,

pulehella Gray,

r/iombus Stimp.,

BoMBIPJi,

Bombua,

actif St. Farg.

Amepicain ** .

Americanorum Fab.,

Arcticus Kipby,

borealu "

C'llifurnicus Smith

Cflro/i«»MAuct,

Carpiei Gneeu, .

Derhamellus Kirby,

<r/a/M«Fabp., . .

ephippiahM Say.,

fervtiun Fab., .

frigidtu Smith,

Huntii GpeeD,

intemiptus "

Kirbiellus Curtis,

laborioftu* Fab.,

Marylandicus Fab.

nidulanft^ . .

occidental is Qpeen, 12, 169,
170,

ornatus Smith, .

praticola Kipby,

rubriveutris^ . .

»0P0)'%u Say,

Suckleyi Green,

sylvicola Kirby,

ternariua Say., .

terricola Kirby, .

violaceut St Fapg.,

Virginicu9 Fab., 11,

173,

Boreogalew Gill, . . 400,

arctict*s G'lW^ . . .
BotaupQs lentiginosus Steph.,

Bonrciepa 848

Bremus Jup., 169

BuBONLViE, 462

Buccinum j[>/tco«t<m Mke, . 150, 167



114
114
114
114
114
114
114
115
115
115
115
115
. . 115
. . 116
. . 105
. . 104
. . 105
. . 168
. . 169
. . 171
. . 172
172, 176
. . 176
. . 176
. . 176
174, 175
170, 175
. . 176
. . 176
175
175
176
172, 175
11, 178, 175
176
176
176
176

175

176

176

173

175

169, 176

. . 176

172, 176

. . 176

174, 176

170.

176, 176

402, 411

402, 411

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Buccinum ttrk2a/Mm, 148

Bqcco Dysoni Scl., 818

pectoris Gray, 464

tectus Bodd., 318

BcoooNiDA, .... 290, 818, 464

BuoooNiNiB, . . . . 290, 818, 464

Bucephala Americana, .... 461

Islandica (6m.), .... 449

Bulimus, 342, 847, 848

aeicula Miill., 844

acuticoBtatua O., . . . . 852
alcAoitrinwSh., . . . .358

angxLttatui G., 852

asmrgens P., 352

aulaco8ti/lu9 P., . . 859, 361
aurU'Sileni Born., . . .869
BarbadenaU P., . .351, 869
Beathinua Py., .... 865
CaraccaaensiaRv.f 851, 854, 869
chrysalis P., . . . . 854, 858

eonfertus P., 356

decollatus L., . . . 344, 852

diaphanut P , 369

Dominicus Rv., .... 354
elongaius Bolt, 351, 854,

868, 859, 860

erubescens P., 856

exilis Gm., 351, 354, 358,

869, 860
extinctus P. «./.,. . . . 359
/ra/<frcii/«« F., 851, 358, 359, 860

fuscus Guild 851

ffigas Py , 852

glaber Gm., .... 354, 369
Gampharium Sh., .... 858
Ooodalli Mil., 351, 852, 856,

858, 359
gracillimua P., . . . 862, 859
hasta P., . . . 852, 864, 358
Sjalmarsoni P., .... 858
homalogyrus Sh., .... 352

hortensin Ad., 356

immaculatus Ad., .... 356
Jamaicensis Rv., .... 356
laeuinscul-us Ad., .... 866
Lherminien Fisch., . . .354

lUiacetii F 358

limnoides F 854, 859

hicidus Py. 852

macrospira Ad., .... 356
Jfanzanillensis G., ... 352
margaritaceits Sh., . . . 858
marginatus Say, 352, 854,

356, 858, 859
Marislinus Py., .... 862
Martinicensis P., . . . .368

minimus Ad., 866

monodon Ad., 856

MousswiiV.f 354



BulimiM mtdtifasciatua Lam., 358, 369
nitidiuseulus Ad., .... 366
nitidulus P., 351, 852, 864^

866, 358
ohlwigus Mull., . 361, 859, 360
octoruAdes Ad., 351, 852, 354,

356, 858, 359, 860

opaleseens Sh., 868

pallidas Ad., 366

Posy anus P., . . . 862, 355

rectus P., 854

rufescens Gray, . * . . . 856

SalUanus Rv., 854

Santanettsis P., .... 354
sepulchralis 'Py.f . . 351, 852
stramineus Guild., . . . 359
strietus Py., .... 352, 365

stylodon Sh., 358

subula P., 861, 852, 854,

366, 358, 359
Swiftianus P., . 858, 359, 360
terehcUa Ad., ..... 356

terebra Py 355

terebraster Lam., . . 852, 358
xindulatus Guild., .... 869
ventrosus F., . . . . 844, 851
VtequcnsisF^ . . .851, 860
Vincenlinus P, .... 859

Bulla canaliculata Gld., . . 158, 159
solitaria Say., 159

Buteo Gheisbreghtii Du Bus., . . 288
Pennsylvanicus Wila., . . 288

BuTEONINiE, 288, 816

Butorides brunnescens Gund., . .271
virescens (Linn.), . .271, 801

Caecum, 154

Cooperi Smith, . , . 154, 168.

imbricatttm Carp., . . . 168

plicatum Carp., , . . .154

pulchellum Slimp., . . .154

CiKREBiDifs, . . . . 291, 818, 464

Cjirkbinjs, .... 291, 318, 464

Calappa galloides Stirap., ... 71

gallus, 71, 237

marmorata Fabr., . . 71, 237
Xantuaiana Stimp., . . .287

Calappoidea, 237

Calcinus chilensis, 84

obscurus Stimp., .... 83

tibicen, 84

Callinectes Stimp., 220

dicantha (Latr.), .... 220

Calliate Francescce (Lafr.^ . 298, 882

gyroloides " . . . . 832

inomata Gould, .... 298

ornata, 882

Calypte i/«^«ke Gould, .... 263
Calyptraea «^rta«a Say, . . . .167



Digitized by VjOOQIC



Index.



489



Campodus, 888

Gamptosoma imberbe ScL, . . . 473

Campy lodiscus cnhrotiu* Stimp., . 105

Oampylopterus Cuvieri (Boorc), . 319

Cancer aculeattu Herbst, . . . 188

borealis Stimp., .... 50

cami/ex Herbst, .... 43

ccTonatut " .... 186

decortu ** .... 70

gonaara Fab., 217

hisptdus Herbet ]88

irrorattu Gould, .... 50

limorus Say, 56

lobatua M. Ed, 202

jilanisnmuft 'Eerhetf . . . 232

plebeiiM Toep., 50

punctatiu Brown, • . . . 70
aabtdonu Herbst, . . . . 7l

8ayi Gould, 50

sclopetarius Herbst^ ... 85

squamoms " ... 231

Canoroidea, .... 50, 202

Cancroma coohlearia Linn., . . .478

Canoromid^ 478

CANOROMINiE, 478

Capito macuIicoronatuB Law., . . 300

Capitonid^ 800

Capitoninji, 300

CAPRIMULOIDiB, 290, 455

Caprimulgin^ 290

Caprimulgus minoTf 263

popetue Vieill, 268

vociferu$ D'Orb., .... 260

Caracolla Cumber landiana Lea, . 428

Edgariana Lea, .... 428

helicoides Lea, . . . 485, 438

Cakcharijs, .... 868* 879, 387

Careharias, 374, 376, 877, 379, 880,

881, 886, 387, 390, 898, 401

IAprion) brevipinuoy . . .411
Hypoprion) hemiochn,

401, 411

(Aprion^ isodon^ .... 411

(Prionoaon) limbatu$, . . 410

(Hypoprion) macloti, . . 401

meni$orrahf . 401

(Prionodon) milbeiti, . . 410

oxyrhynchus^ . . . 401, 411

ayrrah, 401, 410

taurus^ 878, 898

temminckiij .... 401, 410

CARCHARIDiB, 885

Carcharinus, .... 876, 383, 401
Commertoniif 376

Careharodon Smith, 377, 879, 884,

888, 897, 398
lamia Bon., . . 869*, 870* 372

Caboharoidbi, 887, 889

Oareharopsia AgaM., 888



Pacre

Cardisoma, 49

carnifez £dw., 48

diurnum Gill, 42

guanhumi Lat, . . 42, 48

Cardita borealis Con., ... 148, 162

Cardium amnieum mat., . . 95, 96

eaeertanum Poli., .... 96

lamgatum^ 162

Jfof^oni Con., . . . 162> 166

pinntdatum Con., . . * . .162

Carduelis eticullatn8 Sw., .... 269

Cassiculus icteronotus (Vieill), . . 297

Prtfi»o»<t (Less.), .... 297

uropygialis (Lafr.), . . . 297

Cassidix baritus (Sw.), .... 296

crasairoatris (Sw.), . . . 296

Cabtilaoines, 880

Cartilaginmis Fiahetf 880

Catulua%imi\k, 407

atellaria Sm., 869* 370»,

372, 407
Cenobita clypeata Owen, .... 82

diogenes Latr., 82

rugosa M. Ed., 82

CentHna Cuv., 376, 877, 879, 381,

384, 888, 405

Centbin^ 880

CeniroduB^ 888

Centbophoroidei, 888



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