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Ants and their companions. Entomologist, 28, 1895,
97-100.

The synonymy of the British bee hawk-inoths. En-
tomologist, 29, 1896, 80-81.

Notes on the great earwig and other British Forficulidse.
Entomologist, 33, 1900, 75-77.

Dale, David. Presidential address. Iron & Steel Inst. JL,

1895 (No. 1), 17-61.
Dale, (Miss) Elizabeth. Intumescences of Hibiscus vitifolius

(L.). Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899, 930-931 ; 1900, 940.
On certain outgrowths (intumescences) on the green

parts of Hibiscus vitifolius, Linn. [1899.] Cambridge

Phil. Soc. Proc., 10, 1900, 192-209.
Dale, (Miss) Elizabeth, & Seward, Albert C. See Seward

A- Dale.
Dale, (Miss) Elizabeth, & Ward, H[arry] Marshall. See

Ward & Dale.
Dale, H. H. On some numerical comparisons of the

centripetal and centrifugal medullated nerve- fibres arising

in the spinal ganglia of the mammal. [1900.] Jl. Physiol.,

25, 1899-1900, 196-206.
Dale, John. For biography see Soc. Chern. Ind. Jl., 8,

1889, 528-530; Chem. Soc. JL, 57, 1890, 446-448;

Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 3, 1890,

291-298.
Dale, R[ichard] S[amuel~\. Some novel phenomena of

chemical action attending the efflux from a capillary

tube. [1884.] Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem., 10,

1887, 1-5.



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Dale, T. Nelson. To reference in No. 3 (Vol. 9) add
Amer. Jl. Sci., 27, 1884, 217-228, 282-291.

The geology of the mouth of Narragansett Bay.

[1884.] Newport Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 3, 1885, 5-14.

On rnetamorphism in the Rhode Island coal basin.

[1884.] Canad. Inst. Proc., 3, 1886, 18-21.

New England Upper Silurian. [With discussion.]

[1886.] Canad. Inst. Proc., 4, 1887, 69-70.

List of minerals and rocks occurring in the vicinity

of Newport. Newport Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 5, 1887,
29-31.

The Greylock synclinorium. Amer. Geologist, 8,

1891, 1-7.

On the structure and age of the Stookbridge limestone

in the Vermont valley. [1891.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull.,
3, 1892, 514-518.

On plicated cleavage-foliation. Amer. Jl. Sci., 43,

1892, 317-319.

The Rensselaer grit plateau in New York. [1893.]

U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1891-92 (Pt. 2), 291-340.

[Administrative reports.] [1893-95.] U. S. Geol.

Surv. Rep., 1892-93 (Pt. I), 251-252; 1893-94, 155.

On the structure of the ridge between the Taconic

and Green mountain ranges in Vermont. [1894.] U. S.
Geol. Surv. Rep., 1892-93 (Pt. 2), 525-549.

The structure of Monument Mountain in Great



Barrington, Massachusetts. [1891.] U. S. Geol. Surv.
Rep., 1892-93 (Pt. 2), 551-565.

[Geology of the Green Mountains in Massachusetts.]

Part in. Mount Greylock : its areal and structural
geology. U. S. Geol. Surv. Monogr., 23, 1894, 119-203.

Structural details in the Green Mountain region and

in eastern New York. [1896.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep.,
1894-95 (Pt. 1), 543-570.

The slate belt of eastern New York and western

Vermont. [1899.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1897-98
(Pt. 3), 153-300.

A study of Bird Mountain, Vermont. [1900.] U. S.

Geol. Surv. Rep., 1898-99 (Pt. 2), 9-23.

Dale, (Rev.) Thomas Pelham. For biographical notice and
works see London Phys. Soc. Proc., 12, 1894 (Ann. Meet.,
1893), 8.

On the numerical relation between the index of re-
fraction and the wave-length within a refractive medium,
and on the limit of refraction. London Phys. Soc. Proc.,
9, 1888, 167-181 ; Phil. Mag., 25, 1888, 325-338.

On the upper limit of refraction in selenium and

bromine. [1888.] London Phys. Soc. Proc., 10, 1890,
17-23 ; Phil. Mag., 27, 1889, 50-56.

On a relation existing between the density and re-



fraction of gaseous elements and also of some of their

compounds. [With note by Prof. RUCKER.] [1889.]

London Phys. Soc. Proc., 10, 1890, 189-193 ; Phil. Mag ,

28, 1889, 268-272.
Dale, W. The paleolithic implements of the Southampton

gravels. Hampshire Field Club Pap. & Proc., 3, 1898,

261-264.
Ancient bronze weapons from the neighbourhood of

Southampton. Hampshire Field Club Pap. & Proc., 3,

1898, 265-266.
Daleau, Francois. Note sur les silex de Thenay. Ass.

Fran?. C. R., 1885 (Pt. 2), 467-471.
[Sur un cr&ne humain Quaternaire.] Bordeaux Soc.

Linn. Act., 43, 1889, vii.

Regurgitation maternelle chez des chiennes. Paris



Soc. Anthrop. Bull., 2, 1891, 120-121.
Dalen, Albin. Neuritis optica und Myelitis acuta. Arch.

f. Ophthalm., 48, 1899, 672-693.

Dales, Benton, & Avery, S[amuel]. See Avery & Dales.
Daley, Charles. Measurement of Indian elephants.

Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 4, 1889, 316-317.
Dalgado, D. G. Dalbergia spinosa. Bombay Nat. Hist.

Soc. Jl., 6, 1891, 264-265.



Note on Psilotum triquetrum. [1893.] Bombay Nat.

Hist. Soc. Jl., 7, 1892-93, 544-545.

"0 pao da cobra" or serpent's wood of the Portu-
guese. [1894.] Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 8, 1893-94,
424-427.

Dalgat, B. Ueber die Entstehung, Organisation und
Auflosung der Geschlechter bei den Tschetschenen und
Inguscheu. [1894.] Deutsch. Ges. Anthrop. Corresp.-
Bl., 1896, 68.

Dalgleish, John J[ames]. Occurrence of the royal tern
(Sterna regia, Gamb.) at Tangiers in Morocco. Auk, 1,

1884, 97.

A newly discovered breeding place of LEACH'S petrel,

Cymochorea leucorrhoa (VieilL), Coues, in Scotland.
Auk, 1, 1884, 98.

Notes on a second collection of birds and eggs from

central Uruguay. [1884.] Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 8,

1885, 77-88.

Discovery of the nest of Larus Rossii in Greenland.

Auk, 3, 1886, 273-274.
[Occurrence of (Estrelata mollis on Ilho de Baixo.]

Ibis, 2, 1890, 386.

Notes on a collection of birds and eggs from the

Republic of Paraguay. [1889.] Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc.,

10, 1891, 73-88.

Notes on the petrels of Madeira and adjoining seas.

[1891.] Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 11, 1893, 27-30.
Notes on a " List of the birds which have been

observed in the district of Ardnamurchan, Argyllshire,"

with additions thereto. [1896.] Glasgow Nat. Hist.

Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4, 1897, 347-350.
Dalgleish, W\altef\ Scott. For biographical notice see

Scott. Geogr. Mag., 13, 1897, 140.
The western Sahara, between the Tropic of Cancer

and the Wadi Draa. Scott. Geogr. Mag., 4, 1888, 479-

484.
Arctic research before FRANKLIN. Scott. Geogr. Mag.,

11, 1895, 243-248.

Notes on FRANKLIN'S Arctic expeditions. Scott. Geogr.

y., 11, 1895, 329-335.

Ashanti and the Gold Coast. Scott. Geogr. Mag.,

12, 1896, 10-21.

Dalglish, Andrew Adie. [Notes from] south-west Scotland.

Ent. Record, 10, 1898, 81-83 ; 12, 1900, 104-106.
Acherontia Atropos, L., in Glasgow and Kilmarnock.

Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1900, 250.
Distribution of Amorpha Populi in western Scotland.

Ent. Record, 12, 1900, 135-136.
Dalixnier, , & Krutwig, Jean. See Krutwig &

Dalimier.
Dalitzsch, Max. Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Blatt-

anatomie der Aroideen. Bot. Centrbl., 25, 1886, 153-

156, 184-187, 217-219, 249-253, 280-285, 312-318, 343-

349.
Dall, William Healey. *0n masks, labrets, and certain

aboriginal customs, with an inquiry into the bearing of

their geographical distribution. Smithsonian Inst. Bur.

Ethnol. Rep., 1881-82, 67-202.

*Glaciation in Alaska. [1883.] Washington Phil.

Soc. Bull., 6, 1884 (Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 33, 1888,
Art. 1), 33-35.

On the constitution of some appendages in the

Mollusca. Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884, 776-778.
A new volcano island in Alaska. Science, 3, 1884,

89-93.
Head waters of the Atna or Copper River. Science,

3, 1884, 779.
A remarkable new type of mollusks. Science, 4,

1884, 50-51.
[Classification of the Mollusca.] Science, 4, 1884,

143-144, 351.

Report on the Mollusca of the Commander Islands,



Behring Sea, collected by Leonhard STEJNEGEH in 1882



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and 1883. [1884.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 7, 1885, 340-349,
[viii].

On some Hydrocorallinse from Alaska and California.

[1884.] Washington Biol. Soc. Proc., 2, 1885, 111-115.

Recent advances in our knowledge of the limpets.

[1884.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 7, 1885 (Smith-
sonian Miscell. Coll., 33, 1888, Art. 2), 4.

Address [to the Anthrop. Sect.]. The native tribes of

Alaska. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1885, 363-379.

The earthquake of Jan. 2. Science, 5, 1885, 85.

Miocene deposits in Florida. Science, 6, 1885, 82.

The arms of the Octopus, or devil fish. Science, 6,

1885, 432.

List of marine Mollusca comprising the Quaternary

fossils and recent forms from American localities between
Cape Hatteras and Cape Roque, including the Bermudas.
U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 24, 1885, 336 pp.

[Administrative reports. Division of Cenozoic in-
vertebrates.] [1885-92.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1884-85,
78-80; 1885-86, 120-122; 1886-87, 181-184; 1887-88, 123-
127; 1888-89 (Pt. 1), 166-169; 1889-90 (Pt. 1), 109-113;
1890-91 (Pt. 1), 115-118; 1891-92 (Pt. 1), 143-146.

New or specially interesting shells of the Point Barrow

Expedition. U. S. Mus. Proc., 7, 1885, 523-526.

Two remarkable forms of mollusks. Washington

Phil. Soc. Bull., 8, 1885 (Smithsonian Miscell. Coll.,
33, 1888, Art. 3), 5-6.

Notes on some Floridian land and fresh-water shells,

with a revision of the Auriculacea of the eastern United
States. [1885.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 8, 1886, 255-289,
[viii].

On Turbinella pyrurn, Lam., and its dentition. [1885.]

U. S. Mus. Proc., 8, 1886, 345-348.

Reports on the results of dredging, ...by the U. S. Coast

Survey steamer .Biafce...XXIX. Report on the Mollusca.
Part i. Brachiopoda and Pelecypoda. [Part n. Gastro-
poda and Scaphopoda.] Harvard Mus. Zool. Bull., 12,
1885-86, 171-318 ; 18, 1889, 492 pp.
- Nesra. Nature, 34, 1886, 122.

The distribution of colors in the animal kingdom.

Science, 7, 1886, 572.

Report on the mollusks collected by L. M. TURNER

at Ungava Bay, north Labrador, and from the adjacent
Arctic seas. [1886.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 9, 1887, 202-208.

Contributions to the natural history of the Com-
mander Islands. No. 6. Report on Bering Island
Mollusca collected by Mr. Nicholas GREBNITZKI. [1886.]
U. S. Mus. Proc., 9, 1887, 209-219.

Supplementary notes on some species of mollusks of

the Bering Sea and vicinity. [1886.] U. S. Mus. Proc.,
9, 1887, 297-309.

Notes on the geology of Florida. Amer. Jl. Sci., 34,

1887, 161-170.

On the position of Mount St. Elias and the Schwatka

Expedition to Alaska. Geogr. Soc. Proc., 9, 1887, 444-
445.

Lamelli branches sans branchies. France Soc. Zool.

Bull., 13, 1888, 207-209.

Some American conchologists. Washington Biol.

Soc. Proc., 4, 1888, 95-134.

Description of a new species of Hyalina. [1888.]

U. S. Mus. Proc., 11, 1889, 214.

On the hinge of pelecypods and its development, with

an attempt toward a better subdivision of the group.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 38, 1889, 445-462.

Notes on the soft parts of Trochus infundibulum,

Watson, with an account of a remarkable sexual modifica-
tion of the epipodium, hitherto undescribed in Mollusca.
[1889.] Nautilus, 3, 1889-90, 2-4.

. Notes on Lophocardium, Fischer. [1889.] Nautilus,

3, 1889-90, 13-14.

Note on two Helices new to the fauna of the United

States. [1889.] Nautilus, 3, 1889-90, 25-26.

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On the genus Corolla, Dall. [1889.] Nautilus, 3,

1889-90, 30-32.

Notes on the anatomy of Pholas (Barnea) costata and
Zirphaea crispata. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1889,
274-276.

A preliminary catalogue of the shell-bearing marine

mollusks and brachiopods of the S. E. coast of the
United States, with illustrations of many of the species.
U. S. Mus. Bull., 37, 1889, 221 pp.

- Types fossiles de 1'Eocene du bassin de Paris, recem-
ment decouverts en Amerique. France Soc. Zool. Bull.,
15, 1890, 97-98.

Note on Crepidula glauca, Say. [1890.] Nautilus,

3, 1889-90, 98-99.

On a new species of Tylodina. [1890.] Nautilus, 3,
1889-90, 121-122.

Conchological notes from Oregon. [1890.] Nautilus,

4, 1890-91, 87-89.

[Sur un type de Cerithium trouve pour la premiere

fois en Amerique.] Paris, Soc. Geol. Bull., 18, 1890, 3'27.

- Mount St. Elias. Science, 16, 1890, 275-276, 303.
Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish

Commission steamer Albatross. No. vn. Preliminary
report on the collection of Mollusca and Brachiopoda
obtained in 1887-88. [No. xx. On some new or in-
teresting west American shells, obtained from the
dredgings of the U. S. Fish Commission steamer
Albatross in 1888, and from other sources. No. xxxiv.
Report on Mollusca and Brachiopoda dredged in deep
water, chiefly near the Hawaiian Is., with illustrations
of hitherto unfigured species from north-west America.]
U. S. Mus. Proc., 12, 1890, 219-362; 14, 1892, 173-191;
17, 1895, 675-733.

Contributions to the Tertiary fauna of Florida with
especial reference to the Miocene silex-beds of Tampa
and the Pliocene beds of the Caloosahatchie river,
[including in many cases a complete revision of the
generic groups treated of and their American Tertiary
species]. [1890-1900.] Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans.,
3, [1890-1903], 1-1218.

Deep sea mollusks and the conditions under which

they exist. Washington Biol. Soc. Proc., 5, 1890, 1-22.

Description of a new species of land shell from Cuba,
Vertigo cubana. [1890.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 13, 1891,
1-2.

A propos des Pleurotomaria des musees americains.

Bull. Sci. France Belg., 23, 1891, 488-489.
Elevation of America in the Tertiary periods. Geol.

Mag., 8, 1891, 287-288.

Contribution a la faune malacologique terrestre des

lies Galapagos. [Tr.] Jl. de Conch., 39, 1891, 314-316.

On a new subgenus of Meretrix, with descriptions
of two new species from Brazil. [1891.] Nautilus, 5,
1891-92, 26-29.

On some marine mollusks from the southern coast of
Brazil. [1891.] Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 42-44.

On the age of the Peace Creek beds, Florida. Philad.

Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1891, 120.
Notes on some recent brachiopods. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1891, 172-175.

On dynamic influences in evolution. [1890.] Wash-
ington Biol. Soc. Proc., 6, 1892, 1-10.
On some types new to the fauna of the Galapagos

Islands. [1892.] Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 97-99.
On the species of Donax of eastern North America.

[1892.] Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 125-127.
On an undescribed Cytherea from the Gulf of Mexico.

[1892.] Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 134-135.
Note on Cytherea convexa, Say. [1892.] Nautilus,

6, 1892-93, 52-53.
Grand-Gulf formation. Science, 20, 1892, 164-165,

319-320.
Instructions for collecting mollusks, and other useful

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hints for the conchologist. U. S. Mus. Bull., 39 (Pt. G),

1892, 56 pp.
Additional shells from the coast of southern Brazil.

[1893.] Nautilus, 6, 1892-93, 109-112.
Bulimulus Proteus, Broderip, and its distribution.

[1893.] Nautilus, 7, 1893-94, 26-27.
On a new species of Yoldia from California. [1893.]

Nautilus, 7, 1893-94, 29-30.
Preliminary notice of new species of land shells from

the Galapagos Islands, collected by Dr. G. BAUB. [1893.]

Nautilus, 7, 1893-94, 52-56.
The phylogeny of the Docoglossa. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1893, 285-287.
[Administrative reports.] [1893-95.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Rep., 1892-93 (Pt. 1), 256-258; 1893-94, 184-186.

A subtropical Miocene fauna in arctic Siberia. [1893.]

U. S. Mus. Proc., 16, 1894, 471-478.
Land shells of the genus Bulimulus in Lower

California, with descriptions of several new species.

[1893.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 16, 1894, 639-647.
Notes on the Miocene and Pliocene of Gay Head,

Martha's Vineyard, Mass., and on the "land phosphate"

of the Ashley river district, South Carolina. Amer. Jl.

Sci., 48, 1894, 296-301.
Notes on the shells collected from the shores of

the Great Lagoon, Watling Island, Bahamas. [1894.]

Harvard Mus. Zool. Bull., 25, 1893-95, 113-124.
On the species of Mactra from California. [1894.]

Nautilus, 7, 1893-94, 136-138.
On some species of Mulinia from the Pacific coast.

[1894.] Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 5-6.

Synopsis of the Mactridte of North America, [i. Sy-
nopsis of the Mactridse of the eastern coast of the

United States, n. Synopsis of the Mactridas of north-
west America, south to Panama.] [1894.] Nautilus, 8,

1894-95, 25-28, 39-43.
Description of a new species of Doridium from Puget

Sound. [1894.] Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 73-74.
A new Chiton from California. [1894.] Nautilus, 8,

1894-95, 90-91.
Determination of the dates of publication of CONBAD'S

"Fossils of the Tertiary formation" and "Medial

Tertiary." [1892.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 12,

1895, 215-239.
Synopsis of a review of the genera of recent and

Tertiary Mactridee and Mesodesmatidse. [1894.] London

Malacol. Soc. Proc., 1, 1895, 203-213.
Monograph of the genus Gnathodon, Gray (Bangia,

Desmoulins). [1894.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 17, 1895, 89-

106.
On a new species of Holospira from Texas. [1895.]

Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 112.
New species of land-shells from the Galapagos Is.

[1895.] Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 126-127.
New species of laud-shells from Puget Sound. [1895.]

Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 129-130.
An undescribed Meretrix from Florida. [1895.]

Nautilus, 9, 1895-96, 10-11.
Description of a new Vitrea from Puget Sound. [1895.]

Nautilus, 9, 1895-96, 27-28.
Three new species of Macoma from the Gulf of

Mexico. [1895.] Nautilus, 9, 1895-96, 32-34.
Synopsis of the sub-divisions of Holospira and some

related genera. [1895.] Nautilus, 9, 1895-96, 50-51.
Note on the genus Joannisia. [1895.] Nautilus, 9,

1895-96, 78.

The St. Elias bear. Science, 2, 1895, 87.

Geographical notes in Alaska. Amer. Geogr. Soc. Jl.,

28 (1896), 1-20.
On some new species of Scala. [1896.] Nautilus, 9,

1895-96, 111-112.
New species of Leda from the Pacific coast. [1896.]

Nautilus, 10, 1896-97, 1-2.



Note on Neritina Showalteri, Lea. [1896.] Nautilus,
10, 1896-97, 13-15.

On the American species of Ervilia. [1896.] Nautilus,



10, 1896-97, 25-27.

On the American species of Cyrenoidea.



Nautilus, 10, 1896-97, 51-52.
Note on Leda caslata, Hinds.



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[1896.]
Nautilus, 10,



1896-97, 70.
Insular landshell faunas, especially as illustrated by

the data obtained by Dr. G. BAUB in the Galapagos

Islands. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1896, 395-459.
Recent advances in malacology. Science, 4, 1896, 770-

773.
Eeport on coal and lignite of Alaska. [1896.] U. S.

Geol. Surv. Rep., 1895-96 (Pt. 1), 763-875.
Diagnoses of new mollusks from the Survey of the

Mexican boundary. U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 1-6.
Diagnoses of new species of mollusks from the west

coast of America. U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 7-20.
Diagnoses of new Tertiary fossils from the southern

United States. U. S. Mus. Proc., 18, 1896, 21-46.
List of species collected at Bahia, Brazil, by Dr. H.

VON IHEBINO. [1897.] Nautilus, 10, 1896-97, 121-123.
On a new form of Polygyra from New Mexico. [1897.]

Nautilus, 11, 1897-98, 2-3.
Synopsis of the Pinnidse of the United States and

West Indies. [1897.] Nautilus, 11, 1897-98, 25-26.
Notes on land-shells from the Malay Peninsula.

[1897.] Nautilus, 11, 1897-98, 37-38.
On a new Holospira from Texas. [1897.] Nautilus,

11, 1897-98, 38.
New land-shells from Mexico and New Mexico. [1897.]

Nautilus, 11, 1897-98, 61-62.
New species of Mexican land-shells. [1897.] Nautilus,

11, 1897-98, 73-74.
New west American shells. [1897.] Nautilus, 11,

1897-98, 85-86.
Report on the mollusks collected by the International

Boundary Commission of the United States and Mexico,

1892-94. U. S. Mus. Proc., 19, 1897, 333-379.
A table of the North American Tertiary horizons,

correlated with one another and with those of western

Europe, with annotations. [1898.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Rep., 1896-97 (Pt. 2), 323-348.

The mollusks and brachiopods of the Bahama Expedi-
tion of the State University of Iowa. [1896.] Iowa Univ.

Lab. Nat. Hist. Bull., [1898], 12-27.
On the present state of our knowledge of the North

American Tertiary mollusk-fauna. Amer. Ass. Proc.,

1898, 361.
List of a collection of shells from the Gulf of Aden,

obtained by the Museum's East African Expedition.

[1898.] Chicago, Field Columb. Mus. Publ. (Zool.), 1,

1895-99, 185-189.
On a new species of Vitrea from Maryland. [1898.]

Nautilus, 11, 1897-98, 100-101.
A new subgenus of Coralliophaga. [1898.] Nautilus,

11, 1897-98, 135.

On a new species of Fusus from California. [1898.]

Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 4-5.
A new species of Ceres (C. Nelsoni) from Mexico.

[1898.] Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 27-28.
On a new species of Mylitta. [1898.] Nautilus, 12,

1898-99, 40-41.
A new species of Terebra from Texas. [1898.]

Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 44-45.
A new Polygyra from New Mexico. [1898.] Nautilus,

12, 1898-99, 75.

Description of a new Ampullaria from Florida. [1898.]



Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 75-76.

Synopsis of the recent and Tertiary PsammobiidaB

of North America. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1898,
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On the genus Halia of Eisso. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci.

Proc., 1898, 190-192.
Recent progress in malacology. Science, 7, 1898,

334-337.

Notes on the paleontological publications of Prof.
William WAGNER. Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans., 5,
1898, A T o. 2, 7-11.

Note on the anatomy of Resania, Gray, and Zenatia,

Gray. [1898.] London Malacol. Soc. Proc., 3, 1899,

85-86.
Synopsis of the American species of the family

Diplodontidae. [1899.] Jl. Conch., 9. 1898-1900, 244-

246.

On a new species of Drillia from California. [1899.]
Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 127.

A new Pteronotus from California. [1899.] Nautilus,

12, 1898-99, 138-139.
Note on Sigaretus Oldroydii. [1899.] Nautilus, 13,

1899-1900, 85.
The Calaveras skull.



Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc.,
1899, 2-4.

Synopsis of the recent and Tertiary Leptonacea of

North America and the West Indies. U. S. Mus. Proc.,
21, 1899, 873-897.

Alaska as it was and is : 1865-1895. [1895.] Wash-
ington Phil. Soc. Bull., 13, 1900, 123-161.

Notes on the Tertiary geology of Oahu. [1899.]

Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 11, 1900, 57-60.
Synopsis of the Solenidae of North America and the

Antilles. [1899.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 22, 1900, 107-

112.

A new species of Capulus from California. [1900.]
Nautilus, 13, 1899-1900, 100.

Note on Petricola denticulata, Sby. [1900.] Nautilus,
13, 1899-1900, 121-122.

A new species of Lima. [1900.] Nautilus, 14,

1900-01, 15-16.
A new Murex from California.

1900-01, 37-38.
Some names which must

Nautilus, 14, 1900-01, 44-45.

A new species of Cerion.



[1900.] Nautilus, 14,
be discarded. [1900.]

[1900.] Nautilus, 14,

1900-01, 65.
On a genus (Phyllaplysia) new to the Pacific coast.

[1900.] Nautilus, 14, 1900-01, 91-92.
A new species of Pleurobranchus from California.

[1900.] Nautilus, 14, 1900-01, 92-93.
Additions to the insular land-shell faunas of the

Pacific coast, especially of the Galapagos and Cocos

Islands. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1900, 88-105.
Note on a new abyssal limpet. Science, 11, 1900,

914.

The relation of the North American flora to that of

South America. Science, 12, 1900, 808-809.
Ball, William Healey, & Guppy, R. J. Lechmere. See

Chippy & Ball.

Dall, William Healey, & Harris, Gilbert Dennison. Corre-
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No. 84, 1892, 349 pp.
Dall, William Healey, & Orcutt, Charles Russell. See

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Dall, William Healey, & Pilsbry, Henry A. Terebratulina

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Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 18-19.

On some recent Japanese Brachiopoda, with a descrip-
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Sci. Proc., 1891, 165-171.
Dall, William Healey, & Stanley-Brown, Joseph. Cenozoic

geology along the Apalachicola river. Amer. Geol. Soc.

Bull., 5, 1894, 147-170.
Dalla. For names, other than English, with this prefix

(except when written as one word) see under part following

prefix.



Dallas, James. On the primary divisions and geographical

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Anthrop. Inst. Jl., 15, 1886, 304-330.
Dallas, R. J. Note on the kinematics of a quadrilateral.

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Dallas, W. L. The meteorological features of the southern

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On the distribution of barometric pressure at the

average level of the hill stations in India, and its

probable effect on the rainfall of the cold weather.

Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 16, 1890, 220.
On the meteorology and climatology of northern

Afghanistan. [1891.] Indian Meteorol. Mem., 4, 1886-

93, 505-527.
On the appearance and progressive motion of cyclones

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