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Brux., Ac. Bull., 9, 1885, 236-238.
Etat de la vegetation, a Spa et a Lie"ge, le 20 avril

1885, et & Longchamps (Waremme), le 21 avril. Brux.,

Ac. Bull., 9, 1885, 342-346.
Dewar, . The utilisation of the flesh of tuberculous

animals. Jl. State Med., 6, 1898, 619-627.
Dewar, D. Supplementary list of perennial asters. Gard.

Chron., 26, 1886, 659, 686.

Saxifrages. Gard. Chron., 5, 1889, 329-330.

Iris sindjarensis (Boiss. and Haussk., sp. nov.). Gard.

Chron., 7, 1890, 364.
Perennial sunflowers. [1891.] Hortic. Soc. JL, 15,

1893, 26-38.

Hybrid asters. [1895.] Hortic. Soc. JL, 19, 1896, cxl.
Dewar, James. The constitution of the elements. Nature,



30, 1884, 549.

The liquefaction of oxygen and the density of liquid
hydrogen. Nature, 30, 1884, 552.

On the liquefaction of oxygen and the critical volumes
of fluids. Phil. Mag., 18, 1884, 210-216.

Solutions of ozone and the chemical action of liquid
oxygen. Nature, 32, 1885, 540.

Researches on liquefied gases. [1884.] Boy. Inst.



Proc., 11, 1887, 148-153.
Becent researches on meteorites. [1886. ] Boy. Inst.

Proc., 11, 1887, 541-552.
[On the story of a meteorite.] Boy. Inst. Proc., 11,

1887, 332-334.

The Weldon-Pechiney process for the manufacture of

chlorine from chloride of magnesium. Soc. Chem. Ind.
JL, 6, 1887, 775-788.

Light as an analytic agent. [1887.] Boy. Inst. Proc.,

12, 1889, 83-93.
Phosphorescence and ozone. [1888.] Boy. Inst. Proc.,

12, 1889, 557-560.
Optical properties of oxygen and ozone. Boy. Inst.

Proc., 12, 1889, 468-473.
[Letter to Sir William THOMSON, P.B.S., on the action

of a magnet on liquid oxygen.] [1891.] Boy. Soc. Proc.,

50, 1892, 247.
The scientific work of JOULE. [1890.] Boy. Inst.

Proc., 13, 1893, 1-6.
[The Faraday centenary.] The chemical work of

FABADAY in relation to modern science. [1891.] Boy.

Inst. Proc., 13, 1893, 481-484.
Magnetic properties of liquid oxygen. [1892.] Boy.

Inst. Proc., 13, 1893, 695-699.
Note on the viscosity of solids. [1894.] Chem. Soc.

Proc., 10, 1895, 136-138.
Phosphorescence and photographic action at the

temperature of boiling liquid air. [1894.] Chem. Soc.

Proc., 10, 1895, 171-174; Boy. Inst. Proc., 14, 1896,

665-670.
The relative behaviour of chemically prepared and of

atmospheric nitrogen in the liquid state. [1894.] Chem.

Soc. Proc., 10, 1895, 222-225.
On the liquefaction of gases. A claim for priority.

[1895.] Nature, 51 (1894-95), 245, 365-367, 413; Phil.

Mag., 39, 1895, 298-305.
Liquid atmospheric air. [1893.] Boy. Inst. Proc.,

14, 1896, 1-12.
Scientific uses of liquid air. [1894.] Boy. Inst.

Proc., 14, 1896, 393-404.

The liquefaction of air and research at low tempera-
tures. [1895.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 11, 1896, 221-231.

Low temperature research. Nature, 54 (1896), 584.

The liquefaction of air and the detection of im-



purities. [1897.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 13, 1898, 186-
191.

The absorption of hydrogen by palladium at high
temperatures and pressures. [1897.] Chem. Soc. Proc.,

13, 1898, 192-198.

Metargon. Chem. News, 78, 1898, 70-71; Nature,
58 (1898), 319.

Liquid hydrogen. Nature, 58 (1898), 125, 199, 270,

319.
Preliminary note on the liquefaction of hydrogen and

helium. Boy. Soc. Proc., 63, 1898, 256-258; Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. B., 126, 1898, 1408-1412, 1538.
Note on the liquefaction of hydrogen and helium.

Chem. Soc. JL, 73, 1898 (Ft. 1), 528-535; Ann. Chim.,

14, 1898, 145-154.

New researches on liquid air. [1896.] Boy. Inst.

Proc., 15, 1899, 133-146.

Properties of liquid oxygen. [1897.] Boy. Inst.
Proc., 15, 1899, 555-564.

The comparative colour of the vapour of iodine in
gases at atmospheric pressure and in a vacuum. [1898.]



Chem. Soc. Proc., 14, 1899, 241-244; Cambridge Phil.

Soc. Proc., 10, 1900, 44-47.
Liquid air as an analytic agent. [1898.] Boy. Inst.

Proc., 15, 1899, 815-829.
On the boiling point of liquid hydrogen under reduced

pressure. [1898.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 64,1899, 227-231;

Ann. Chim., 17, 1899, 5-12.
Application of liquid hydrogen to the production of

high vacua, together with their spectroscopic examina-
tion. [1898.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 64, 1899, 231-238; Ann.

Chim., 17, 1899, 12-21.

Solid hydrogen. Chem. News, 80, 1899, 132-133.

Sur la solidification de 1'hydrogene. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. B., 129, 1899, 451-454 ; Ann. Chim., 18, 1899, 145-

149.
The boiling-point of liquid hydrogen as determined

by a rhodium-platinum resistance thermometer. [1899.]

Chem. Soc. Proc., 15, 1900, 70-71, ii.

Liquid hydrogen. [1899.] Boy. Inst. Proc., 16, 1902,



Gerrard. See Ansdell &



114 212217
Solid hydrogen. [1900.] Boy. Inst. Proc., 16, 1902,

473-480.
Dewar, James, & Ansdell,

Dewar.
Dewar, James, & Fleming, J[ohn] A[mbrose~\. On the

electrical resistance of pure metals, alloys, and non-
metals at the boiling point of oxygen. Phil. Mag., 34,

1892, 326-337.
The electrical resistance of metals and alloys at

temperatures approaching the absolute zero. Phil. Mag.,

36, 1893, 271-299.
Thermo-electric powers of metals and alloys between

the temperatures of the boiling point of water and the

boiling point of liquid air. Phil. Mag., 40, 1895, 95-119.
The variation in the electrical resistance of bismuth,

when cooled to the temperature of solid air. Phil. Mag.,

40, 1895, 303-311.
On the changes produced in magnetised iron and

steels by cooling to the temperature of liquid air. [1896.]

Boy. Soc. Proc., 60, 1897, 57-71.

On the electrical resistivity of bismuth at the tempera-
ture of liquid air. [1896.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 60, 1897,

72-75.
On the electrical resistivity of pure mercury at the

temperature of liquid air. [1896.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 60,

1897, 76-81.
Note on the dielectric constant of ice and alcohol at

very low temperatures. Boy. Soc. Proc., 61, 1897, 2-18.
On the dielectric constants of certain organic bodies

at and below the temperature of liquid air. Boy. Soc.

Proc., 61, 1897, 358-367.
On the dielectric constants of metallic oxides dis-



Dewar]



595



[Dewey



solved or suspended in ice cooled to the temperature of

liquid air. Roy. Soc. Proc., 61, 1897, 368-380.
A note on some further determinations of the dielectric

constants of organic bodies and electrolytes at very low

temperatures. [1897.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 62, 1898, 250-

266.

See also Fleming & Dewar.

Dewar, James, & Liveing, G[eorge] D[owning], To refer-
ence in No. 19 (Vol. 9) add Phil. Trans., 174, 1884, 187-

222.

See also Liveing & Dewar.
Dewar, James, & Moissan, Henri. See Moissan &

Dewar.
Dewar, Robert. Arsenic and sulphur as metallurgical

agents in the treatment of Canadian auriferous and

argentiferous ores. [1890.] Canad. Inst. Trans., 1,

1891, 141-148.
The occurrence of gold and silver in galena and iron

pyrites. [1890.] Canad. Inst. Trans., 2, 1892, 121-127.
Notes on the history of the amalgamation process.

[1893.] Canad. Inst. Trans., 4, 1895, 357-368.
Dewar, T. I. Resistance of square bars to torsion. Nature,

38, 1888, 126.
Spectacles for double vision. [1894.] Nature, 49

(1893-94), 433.
Dewar, Thomas F. Buzzard (Buteo vulgaris, Leach) in

Forfarshire. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892, 200.
Stock dove (Columba aenas) in Forfarshire. Ann.

Scott. Nat. Hist., 1894, 115.
Bed-legged partridge in Forfarshire. Ann. Scott. Nat.

Hist., 1896, 59-60.
Red-backed shrike in Forfarshire. Ann. Scott. Nat.

Hist., 1898, 180.
Dewar, Thomas F., & Dewar, W. J. Golden oriole in

Forfarshire. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1898, 179-180.
Dewar, W. J., & Dewar, Thomas F. See above.
Dewees, John H. *Report of progress in the Juniata

district on the fossil iron ore beds of middle Penn-
sylvania. Pennsylvania Geol. Surv. Rep., [F], 1878,

1-139.
Dewert, J. L'hiver de 1740. [1900.] Ciel et Terre, 20

(1899-1900), 508-511, 584-585.
Dewevre, Alfred. For biographical notice and list of

works see Brux., Soc. Beige Micr. Bull., 23, 1897, 111-

115.
Sur I'alcoloide des narcisses. [1887.] Brux., Soc.

Beige Micr. Bull., 13, 1886, 137-140.
Note preliminaire sur 1'anatomie des Brome'liac^es.

Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 26, 1887 (C. R.), 103-106.
Localisation de 1'atropine. [1887.] Brux., Soc. Beige

Micr. Bull., 14, [1888], 19-22.
Note sur le pe"ricycle. Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 28,

1889 (C. R.), 40-47.
Note sur quelques Muce'dine'es de la flore de Belgique.

Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 28, 1889 (C. R.), 128-133.
La lignine. Brux., Soc. Beige Micr. Bull., 15, 1889,

49-54.
Premiere note sur les Mucorine'es. Belg. Soc. Bot.

Bull., 30, 1891 (C. R.), 40-44.
Recherches expe'rimentales sur le Phycomyces nitens

(Kunze). Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 30, 1891 (C. R.), 107-125.
Le noyau des Mucorine'es. Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 30,

1891 (Mem.), 191-195.
Recherches exp^rimentales sur le Rhizopus nigricans

(Ehrenberg). Brux., Soc. Beige Micr. Bull., 18, [1892],

133-152.
Notions generates sur les aliments et 1'alimentation.

Brux. Soc. Linn. Bull., [17, 1892] (No. 7), 6-7, (No. 9),

2-7.
Recherches sur la technique microchimique des albu-

minoides. [1894.] Brux., Soc. Beige Micr. Bull., 20,

1893, 91-120; Anvers, Jl. de Pharm., 50, 1894, 209-222,

275-286.



Contribution a Pe"tude des Mucorine'es. Avec essai

d'une monographie de ces champignons. [1893-94.]

Grevillea, 22, [1894], 1-8, 69-79.
Les Strophanthus du Congo. Anvers, Jl. de Pharm.,

50, 1894, 424-434.
Liste de plantes re'colte'es au Congo et au Nyassa

land. Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 33, 1894 (C. R.), 96-108.
A propos d'un genre nouveau de Mucorine'es. Brux.,

Soc. Beige Micr. Bull., 21, 1894, 36-38.
Recherches physiologiques et anatomiques sur le

Drosophyllum lusitanicum. Ann. Sci. Nat. (Bot.), 1,

1895, 19-66.

Quelques especes nouvelles du Congo. Belg. Soc.
Bot. Bull., 34, 1895 (C. R.), 87-97.

Les caoutchoucs africains, e"tude monographique des

lianes du genre Landolphia. Brux. Soc. Sci. Ann., 19,

1895 (Pt. 2), 95-172.

Le caoutchouc. Rev. Quest. Sci., 37, 1895, 560-583.

Les caoutchoucs africains. Rev. Quest. Sci., 38,

1895, 205-235.
Les caoutchoucs de 1'Etat Inde"pendant du Congo.

Rev. Quest. Sci., 38, 1895, 442-466.
Dewevre, Alfred, & Bordage, Edmond. Sur Panalyse

photographique des mouvements des ve'getaux. Rev.

Ge'n. Bot., 4, 1892, 65-78.

Dewevre, A Ifred, & Meyer, Arthur. See Meyer & Dewevre.
Dewevre, Louis [Sylvairi], Sur la nature contagieuse et

parasitaire de 1'imp^tigo. Arch. M6d. Pharm. Militaires,

6, 1885, 209-227.
Me"moire sur le pseudorhumatisme ou arthralgie in-

fectieuse de la dysenteric. Arch. Ge'n. Me"d., 158, 1886,

9-26, 157-172, 441-465.
Etude sur le role de 1'e'lasticite' de la voute plantaire

dans le me"canisme de la marche et sur la physiologic du

pied plat. Paris, Soc. Biol. Me'm., 44, 1892, 207-218.
Note sur la fonction glycogenique chez la grenouille

d'hiver. Paris, Soc. Biol. Me'm., 44, 1892 (C. R.), 19-21.
Note sur la ' contracture plantaire produite par le

surmenage. Paris, Soc. Biol. Me'm., 44, 1892 (C. R.),

531-532.

Le me"canisme de la projection de la langue chez le
came'le'on. Robin, Jl. Anat., 31, 1895, 343-360.

Dewey, Chester. To biographical reference (Vol. 7) add
Rochester (N. Y.) Ac. Sci. Proc., 3, 1906, 182-185.

Dewey, Frederic P\erkins]. *Porosity and specific gravity
of coke. [1883.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 12,
1884, 111-125.

*Some Canadian iron ores. [1883.] Amer. Inst.
Min. Engin. Trans., 12, 1884, 192-204.

Pig-iron of unusual strength. [1888.] Amer. Inst.

Min. Engin. Trans., 17, 1889, 460-476.

HAMPE'S method of determining Cu 2 in metallic

copper. [1888.] U. S. Mas. Proc., 11, 1889, 77-82.

The Heroult process of smelting aluminium alloys.

Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 18, 1890, 666-674, 913.

The Lewis and Bartlett bag-process of collecting lead-
fumes at the Lone Elm Works, Joplin, Missouri. Amer.
Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 18, 1890, 674-704.

The department of metallurgy and economic geology

in the United States National Museum. [1890.] Amer.
Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 19, 1891, 232-257.

A preliminary descriptive catalogue of the systematic

collections in economic geology and metallurgy in the
U. S. National Museum. U. S. Mus. Bull., 42, 1891,
256 pp.

The accuracy of the commercial assay for silver.

Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 16, 1894, 505-516, 648.

The sulphuric acid process of refining lixiviation sul-
phides. [1896.] Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 18, 1896, 643-654,
748; Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 26, 1897, 242-263.

The actual accuracy of chemical analysis. [1896.]

Amer. Chem. Soc. JL, 18, 1896, 808-818; Amer. Inst
Min. Engin. Trans., 26, 1897, 370-379.

752



Dewey]



596



[Dewitz



Accuracy in silver assays. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 15,

1896, 434-436.
Dewey, John. The sense of solidity. Science, 8, 1898,

675.
Dewey, Lyster H[oxie], Characteristic vegetation of the

desert region from western Texas to central Arizona.
. [U. S.] Sec. Agr. Kep., 1891, 351-355.
Difference between the common salt-wort and the

Russian thistle. Bot. Gaz., 18, 1893, 275.

Laphamia ciliata, sp. nov. Bot. Gaz., 20, 1895, 425.

Distribution of the Russian thistle in North America.

Bot. Gaz., 20, 1895, 501.
Tumble mustard. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 22, 1895,

370.
Distribution of prickly lettuce in the United States.

Bot. Gaz., 21, 1896, 34-35.
Migration of weeds. U. S. Dept. Agr. Yearb., 1896,

263-286.
Weeds in cities and towns. U. S. Dept. Agr. Yearb.,

1898, 193-200.
A new weed on western ranges. Erythea, 7, 1899,

10-11.
Dewey, (Miss) S. L., & Kemp, George T. See Kemp &

Dewey.
Dewey, Win. E. The causes of anti-cyclonic cold in

winter. [1886.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 3 (1886-87), 25-32.
Dewindt. .Sec Windt, Jan de.
De Winton, (Col. Sir) Francis. The Congo Free State.

Geogr. Soc. Proc., 8, 1886, 609-624.
The Congo : its past and present. Scott. Geogr. Mag.,

3, 1887, 113-127.
[Presidential address, Geogr. Sect. The progress of

geographical exploration.] Brit. Ass. Rep., 1889, 650-

659; Geogr. Soc. Proc., 11, 1889, 613-622.
De Winton, W. E. On a neglected species of British

field-mouse, Mus flavicollis, Melchior. Zoologist, 18,

1894, 442-445.
Description of a new species of squirrel from Central

Africa. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 16, 1895, 197-198.
Wood mouse in the Outer Hebrides. Ann. Scott.

Nat. Hist., 1895, 53.
The long-tailed field-mouse of the Outer Hebrides : a

proposed new species. Zoologist, 19, 1895, 369-371, 426.
Two new subspecies of zebra from Central and East

Africa. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 17, 1896, 319.
On a new mongoose from Matabeleland, British South

Africa. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 18, 1896, 469.
On some mammals from Ecuador. Zool. Soc. Proc.,

1896, 507-513.
On a new rodent of the genus Lophuromys from

British East Africa. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1896, 607-608.
On collections of rodents made by J. ffolliott DARLING

in Mashunaland and Mr. F. C. SELOUS in Matabeleland,

with short field-notes by the collectors. Zool. Soc. Proc.,

1896, 798-808.
On a new mouse from Damaraland. Ann. Mag. Nat.

Hist., 19, 1897, 349-350.
On two new Muridee from Central and West Africa.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 19, 1897, 463-466.

The ochre-footed scrub-squirrels of East Africa. Ann.



Mag. Nat. Hist., 19, 1897, 573-575.
On a collection of small mammals from Uganda.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 20, 1897, 316-320.
On a collection of rodents from Angola. Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist., 20, 1897, 320-324.
Descriptions of two new mammals from West Africa.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 20, 1897, 524.
Natural history notes. [1897.] Woolhope Field Club

Trans., 1896-97, 269.
Remarks on the existing forms of giraffe. Zool.

Soc. Proc., 1897, 273-283.
On a collection of mammals from Morocco. Zool.



On the hares of western Europe and North Africa.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1898, 149-158.
On a small collection of mammals made by Mr. C. V. A.

PEEL in Somaliland. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1898, 247-

251.
Descriptions of three new rodents from Africa. Ann.

Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1898, 251-254.
On the nomenclature and distribution of some of the

rodents of South Africa with descriptions of new species.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1898, 1-8.

On some West African squirrels, with a description

of a new species, and proposed alteration in the arrange-
ment of the groups. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1898,

9-13.
Felis chaus and its allies, with descriptions of new

subspecies. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1898, 291-294.
A new species of shrew from Ashantee. Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist., 2, 1898, 484-485.
On a new genus and species of rodents of the family

Anomaluridae from West Africa. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1898,

450-454.
List of the mammals collected by Mr. R. McD.

HAWKER during his recent expedition to Somaliland.

Zool. Soc. Proc., 1898, 761-768.
On the moulting of the king penguin (Aptenodytes

Pennanti) in the Society's Gardens. Zool. Soc. Proc.,



Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,



1898, 900-902 ; 1899, 980-981.
On the giraffe of Somaliland.

4, 1899, 211-212.
On mammals collected by Lieut.-Colonel W. GIFFAKD

in the northern territory of the Gold Coast. Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist., 4, 1899, 353-359.
[Tail of Canis vulpes showing the gland on the upper

surface.] Zool. Soc. Proc., 1899, 292.
On two hares from British East Africa, obtained by

Mr. Richard CRAWSHAY. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1899, 415-417.
On the species of Canidse found on the continent of

Africa. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1899, 533-552.
On Chinese mammals, principally from western

Sechuen. [With notes on Chinese squirrels, by F. W.

STYAN.] Zool. Soc. Proc., 1899, 572-578.
[On a collection of mammals from British Central

Africa.] Zool. Soc. Proc., 1899, 771.
[Description of Dendromys Lovati, n. *p.~\ Zool.

Soc. Proc., 1899, 986-987.
[Report on a collection made by Messrs. F. V.

McCoNNELL and J. J. QOELCH at Mount Roraima in

British Guiana.] Mammalia. [1900.] Linn. Soc. Trans.

(Zool.}, 8, 1900-03, 52.

On the mammals obtained in southern Abyssinia by



Lord LOVAT during an expedition from Berbera to the

Blue Nile. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1900, 79-84.
De Witt, (Mrs.) [Lydia], & Huter, G. Carl. See Huber

& De Witt.
Dewitz, Emil, & Glaus, Adolph [Carl Ludwig]. See Glaus

iV Dewitz.
Dewitz, Hermann. For biography and works see Leo-

poldina, 26, 1890, 113; Wien. Ent. Ztg., 9, 1890, 159-

160; U. S. Div. Ent. Insect Life, 3, 1891, 4.
Drei neue westafrikanische Tagschmetterlinge. Berlin.

Ent. Ztschr., 28, 1884, 187-188.

Charaxes hamatus, n. sp. Ent. Nachr., 10, 1884,



Soc. Proc., 1897, 953-962.



285-286.
Ein leichenschandendes Fliegenmannchen. Ent.

Nachr., 10, 1884, 286.
Ueber die Wirkung der Haftlappchen todter Fliegen.

Ent. Nachr., 10, 1884, 286-287.
Ueber die Fortbewegung der Thiere an senkrechten,

glatten Flachen vermittelst eines Secretes. Pfltiger, Arch.

Physiol., 33, 1884, 440-481; Zool. Anz., 7, 1884, 400-405.
Ueber das Abwerfen der Scheren des Flusskrebses.

[1884.] Biol. Centrbl., 4, 1885, 201-202.

Ueber das durch die Foramina repugnatoria entleerte



Dewitz]



597



[Dexter



Sekret bei Glomeris. [1884.] Biol. Centrbl., 4, 1885,

202-203.

Precis Amestris, Dr., in verschiedenen Varietaten.



Berlin. Ent. Ztschr., 29, 1886, 142.
Die Angelhaare der Chrysopenlarven. Biol. Centrbl.,
4, 1885, 722-723.

Ein mannlicher Geschlechtacharakter bei Catocala.



Biol. Centrbl., 4, 1885, 724.

Papilio cypramfila, Butl., var. nov. Mechowiana,

Dwtz. Ent. Nachr., 11, 1885, 305-306.

Weitere Mittheilungen iiber das Klettern der Insecten
an glatten senkrechten Flachen. Zool. Anz., 8, 1885,
157-159.

Eichtigstellung der Behauptungen des Herrn Dr. DAHL

[in seiner Arbeit "Die Fussdrusen der Insekten"]. Arch.
Mikr. Anat., 26, 1886, 125-128.

Neue westafrikanische Tagschmetterlinge. Deutsche

Ent. Ztschr., 30, 1886, 427-430.

Von Herrn Dr. POGOE in Mukenge (Central-Afrika) und
Umgegend gesammelte Rhopaloceren. [1887.] Berlin.
Ent. Ztschr., 30, 1886, 301-302.

Westafrikanische Tagschmetterlinge. Ac. Nat. Curios.
Nova Acta, 50, 1887, 365-372.

Einfacher Apparat zur Erwarmung und Abkiihlung

von Objecten unter dem Mikroskop. Arch. Mikr. Anat.,

30, 1887, 666-668.
Die Aufbewahrung der Jugendstadien von Mikrolepi-

dopteren und anderer kleiner Insekten. Deutsche Ent.

Ztschr., 31, 1887, 189-191.

Ein neuer centralafrikanischer Nymphalide. Ent.



Nachr., 13, 1887, 145-146.
Filzeiweissplatten zur Befestigung zootomischer
Praparate. Zool. Anz., 10, 1887, 392-395.

Entnehmen die Larven der Donacien vermittelst



Stigmen oder Athemrohren den Luftraumen der Pflanzen
die sauerstoffhaltige Luft? Berlin. Ent. Ztschr., 32,
1888, 5-6.

Fernere Mittheilung iiber Herstellung der Filzeiweiss-
platten zur Anfertigung zootomischer Praparate. Zool.
Anz., 11, 1888, 119-120.

Die Aufgaben grosser zoologischer Landesmuseen.
Zool. Anz., 11, 1888, 317-320.

West- und centralafrikanische Tagschmetterlinge.
Ent. Nachr., 15, 1889, 101-110.

Hilfskammerwande Silurischer Cephalopoden. Zool.



Anz., 12, 1889, 147-152.
Eigenthatige Schwimmbewegung der Blutkorperchen

der Gliederthiere. Zool. Anz., 12, 1889, 457-464.
Haben die Jugendstadien der Libellen und Epheme-

riden ein geschlossenes Tracheensystem oder uicht ?

Leopoldina, 26, 1890, 211-212.
Einige Beobachtungen, betreffend das geschlossene

Tracheensystem bei Insectenlarven. [Posth.~\ Zool. Anz.,

13, 1890, 500-504, 525-531.
Dewitz, J[ph.]. Ueber die Vereinigung der Spermatozoen

mit dem Ei. Pfliiger, Arch. Physiol., 37, 1885, 219-223.
Ueber Gesetzmassigkeit in der Ortsveranderung der

Spermatozoen und in der Vereinigung derselben mit

dem Ei. Pfluger, Arch. Physiol., 38, 1886, 358-385.
Kurze Notiz iiber die Furchung von Froscheiern in

Sublimatlosung. [1887.] Biol. Centrbl., 7, 1888, 93-94.
Gestell fur Objecttrager bei Serienschnitten. Arch.

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On some methods of arranging biological specimens.

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