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dung von Gleichstrommaschinen. Elektrotechn. Ztschr. ,

18, 1897, 786.

Ueber die Funkenbildung an Gleichstrommaschinen.



Elektrotechn. Ztschr., 19, 1898, 850-852, 867-872.

Fischer-Sigwart, H[ermann]. L'habitat et les metamor-
phoses de PAlytes obstetricans. Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat.,
12, 1884, 437-441.

Unsere Frosche und Kroten sind Nachttiere. Frankf.,

Zool. Garten, 25, 1884, 50-51.

Gelungener Wiederbelebungsversuch an einer er-

trunkenen griinen Eidechse. Frankf., Zool. Garten, 25,
1884, 251-253.

- Das Ueberwintern der Lurche im Larvenzustande.
Frankf., Zool. Garten, 26, 1885, 299-312.

Fossile Knochenfunde aus den interglazialen Kies-

scbichten in Zofingen und im untern Wiggerthale. Aarau,
Mitth., 4, 1886, 1-5.

Neue Fundorte von Vipera Rhedii. Aarau, Mitth., 4,



1886, 6-8.
Die erratischen Blocke im Langmattmoos bei Zofingen.



Aarau, Mitth., 4, 1886, 9-33.

Biologische Beobachtungen iiber den Taugrasfrosch,
Rana temporaria. [1887.] Schweiz. Natf. Ges. Verb.,
1886-87, 56-57.

Ringelnatter und Wachtel. Humboldt, 7, 1888, 26.

Der Taufrosch im Hochgebirge. Humboldt, 7, 1888,
426-427.

Sur 1'albinisme chez les larves de Rana temporaria,
avec quelques remarques sur ralbinisme en ge"ne"ral.
[1888.] Schweiz. Natf. Ges. Verb., 1887-88, 59-61.

Das Thierleben im Terrarium. Aarau, Mitth., 5, 1889,



1-178.

Die Wiirfelnatter (Tropidonotus tessellatus) im Ter-
rarium. Humboldt, 8, 1889, 478.

Ueber Albinos von Salamandra maculosa. [1889.]

Schweiz. Natf. Ges. Verh., 1888-89, 52.

Quelques especes animates rares des environs de

Zofingen. Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 24, 1890, 520-521.

Das Gebirge, ein Ruckzugsgebiet fur die Thierwelt.

[1891.] Aarau, Mitth., 6, 1892, 111-196.

L'albinisme chez les oiseaux. Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat.,

28, 1892, 555-559.

- Die europaische Sumpfschildkrote, Emys europaea.
Ihr Vorkommen in der schweizerischen Hochebene und
ihr Leben im Aquarium und im Terrarium. Eine bio-
logische Studie nach Tagebuchnotizen. Frankf., Zool.
Garten, 34, 1893, 162-174, 193-200, 235-244, 257-
267.

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Biologische Gruppirung der Ornis der Schweiz. Wien

Ornith. Ver. Mitth., 17, 1893, 115-116, 132-133, 150-153,
164-167, 185-186; 18, 1894, 7-8, 24-25, 38-39, 56-57,
78-81, 93-94, 112-114, 128-130, 143-145, 159-161, 176-
178, 194-196.

Vollstandige Albinos der Amsel (Turdus merula, I/.).

Ornith. Jbuch., 5, 1894, 151-153.

Notizen iiber die Befruchtung der Eier bei einigen

Lurchen. Aarau, Mitth., 7, 1895, 17-20.

Die Storchfamilie auf dem Chordache in Zofingen

(Kanton Aargau). [1895-99.] Frankf., Zool. Garten, 37,
1896, 99-107; 38, 1897, 108-113; 39, 1898, 156-161; 40,
1899, 297-302; 41, 1900, 341-348.

Die europaische Sumpfschildkrote (Emys orbicularis,

I,.). Frankf., Zool. Garten, 37, 1896, 244-248.

Die Fortpflanzung und die Entwicklung der Larven

von Molge vulgaris, L. Frankf., Zool. Garten, 37, 1896,
293-304.

Die europaische Sumpfschildkrote in der schweizer-

ischen Hochebene. Schweiz. Natf. Ges. Verb.., 1896,
143-146.

Biologische Beobachtungen an unsern Atnphibien.

i. Der Taufrosch, Rana fusca, Roesel. Nach gesam-
melten Tagebuchnotizen. [n. Der Laubfrosch, Hyla
arborea, L.] [1898-99.] Zurich Vrtljschr., 42, 1897,
238-316; 43, 1898, 279-316.

Ueber einige interessante und seltene Tiere (Vo'gel

und Saugetiere) der Schweiz. Schweiz. Natf. Ges. Verh.,
1898, 73-76.

A kakuk vonulasa a svajczi fensikon s az ezzel

szomszedos teriileteken. Ueber den Zug des Kukuks in
der schweizerischen Hochebene und angrenzenden Ge-
bieten der Schweiz. Aquila, 6, 1899, 252-261.

Observations sur la liana fusca dans la haute montagne.

Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 8, 1899, 492-493.
Sur la vie d'un Proteus anguineus dans un aquarium.

Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 8, 1899, 493-494.

[Observations faites sur un Hydrophilus piceus.]

Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 8, 1899, 494-495.

rischer-Treuenfeld, E. von. Betrachtungen iiber Militar-
telegraphie. Elektrotechn. Ztschr., 5, 1884, 214-217,
264-267, 334-338.

Die Mili tar telegraphic in Spanien. Elektrotechn.

Ztschr., 7, 1886, 21-25, 75-80, 117-121, 169-172.

Die Militartelegraphie in Schweden. Elektro-
techn. Ztschr., 7, 1886, 327-331, 414-419, 452-456,
480.

Feldtelegraphie. Elektrotechn. Ztschr., 9, 1888, 292-

296.
The present state of fire- telegraphy. [With discussion.}

[1888.] Telegr. Engin. Jl., 17, 1889, 258-307.

Twenty-five years' progress of military telegraphy.

Elect. Rev., 41, 1897, 629-631.

Fischer von Waldheim, A[leksandr Aleksandrovic]. Eine

weibliche Pyramidenpappel in Warschau. Bot. Ztg., 45,

1887, 450-451.
Fischer von Waldheim, Aleksandr Grigorjevic. For

biography and list of works see Moscou Soc. Nat. Bull.,

59, 1884, 331-336.
Fischesser, A. Note sur la fabrication de nouvelles

matieres colorantes. [1890.] Mulhouse Soc. Ind. Bull.,

61, 1891, 48-51.
Fischesser, A., & Fokorny, Jos. Note sur la formation

directe de couleurs azoiques sur la fibre textile. Mulhouse

Soc. Ind. Bull., 61, 1891, 625-628; Soc. Dyers Col. Jl.,

8, 1892, 42.
Fischl, Emil. Ueber den Einfluss der Abkiihlung auf die

Disposition zur Infection. Ztschr. Heilk., 18, 1897,

321-349.
Fischl, Josef. *Zur Auscultation der Cruralgefasse.

Ztschr. Heilk., 3, 1882, 65-80, 99-121.
*Beitrage zur Histologie der Scharlachniere. Ztschr.

Heilk., 4, 1883, 1-25.



Beobachtungen iiber den Beginn der Nephritis. Ztschr.

Heilk., 5, 1884, 51-70.
[Ueber histologische Untersuchungsmethoden zur Er-

forschung der Hirnrinde.] Wien. Med. Wschr., 36, 1886,

146-147.
Ein Beitrag zur Aetiologie und Diagnose der Pyelitis.

Ztschr. Heilk., 7, 1886, 267-291.
Zur Kenntniss des Lungenabscesses. Ztschr. Heilk.,

8, 1887, 27-53.
Die progressive Paralyse. Eine histologische Studie.

Ztschr. Heilk., 9, 1888, 47-96.

Die Gastritis beim Caroinom des Magens. Ztschr.

Heilk., 12, 1891, 317-355.

Fischl, Josef, & Schutz, Emil. *Studien iiber verschiedene
Formen von Nephritis. Ztschr. Heilk., 3, 1882, 425-484.

Fischl, Rudolf, a) Ein neues Verfahren zur Herstellung
mikroskopischer Praparate aus Reagensglaskulturen ;
b) Die Anfertigung von wirksamen mit Mikroorganismen
impragnirten Faden. Fortschr. Med., 5 (1887), 663-666.

Der Mastdarmvorfall, seine Anatomie, seine Ursachen

und seine Behandlung,nebst einigen Bemerkungen zur nor-
malen Anatomie des Rectum beim Menschen und beim
Pferde. [1889.] Ztschr. Heilk., 10, 1890, 163-214.

Corticale (Jackson'sche) Epilepsie congenital- syphili-

tischen Ursprunges. Ztschr. Heilk., 11, 1890, 279-335.

Beitrage zur normalen und pathologischen Histologie

des Sauglingsmagens. Ztschr. Heilk., 12, 1891, 395-
446.

Zur Histologie des kindlichen Blutes. Ztschr. Heilk.,

13, 1892, 277-299.

Ueber gastro-intestinale Sepsis. Deutsch. Natf. Verh.,

1893 (Th. 2, Hdlfte 2), 181-186.

Ueber septische Infection des Sauglings mit gastro-

intestinalen resp. pulmonalen Symptomen. Ztschr.
Heilk., 15, 1894, 1-51.

Ueber Schutzkorper im Blute des Neugeborenen.

[1895.] Jbuch. Kinderheilk., 41, 1896, 193-226.

Zur Kenutniss der Encephalitis beim Saugling. [1898.]



Jbuch. Kinderheilk., 49, 1899, 58-66; Wien. Med. Wschr.,

49, 1899, 315-316.
Fischl, Rudolf, & Wunschheim, Oscar von. Ueber

Schutzkorper im Blute des Neugeborenen ; das Verhalten

des Blutserums des Neugeborenen gegen Diphtheriebacillen

und Diphtheriegift nebst kritischen Bemerkungen zur

humoralen Immunitatstheorie. Ztschr. Heilk., 16, 1895,

429-482.
Fischli, Hermann. [Ergebnisse einer zool. Forschungsreise

in den Molukken und Borneo... vbn W. KUKENTHAL.]

Polychaten von Ternate. [1900.] Senckenb. Natf. Ges.

Abb.., 25, 1903, 91-136.
Fiier, Josef. Kraj zuly a povaha sousednich hornin u

Vitavy nad sv. Jansky'mi proudy. [Die Grenze des

Granites und der Charakter der benachbarten Gesteine

an der Moldau oberhalb der Stromschnellen bei St.

Johann.] Prag, Sber., 1900 (Math.-Nat.), No. 17, 52 pp.;

Neues Jbuch. Min., 1902 (Bd. 1, Ref.), 61-63.
Fiserius, Eduard. Beitrage zur Entwicklungsgeschichte

von Sciurus vulgaris. Wurzb. Phys. Med. Verh., 26,

1893, (103)-(122).
Fish, C. F. * Report of observations made at the Island of

Saint Paul (Behring Sea), from June 5, 1872, to May 31,

1873. [U. S.] Chief Signal Off. Ann. Rep., 1873, 446-

458.

Fish, D. T. Hybridity. Gard. Chron., 26, 1899, 26-27.
Fish, E. E. Ventriloquial and imitative power of birds.

[1886.] Buffalo Bull., 5, 1897, 72-80.
Fish, Pierre A. The epithelium of the brain cavities.

Amer. Micr. Jl., 11, 1890, 256; Amer. Soc. Micr. Proc.,

12 (1890), 14^145.

The partial occlusion of the olfactory lobe in the

Canidffi. [1890.] Amer. Micr. Jl., 12, 1891, 49-52.

A new clearer for collodionized objects. Amer. Micr.

Soc. Proc., 15 (1893), 86-89.



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A case of laterovcrsion of the ophidian heart. Amer.
Natlist., 27, 1893, 860-864.

The form and relations of the nerve cells and fibres in
Desmognathus fusca. (Preliminary notice.) Anat. Anz.,
9, 1894, 754-758.

The use of formalin in neurology. Amer. Micr. Soc.
Trans., 17, 1895, 319-330.

The central nervous system of Desmognathus fusca.



Jl. Morphol. , 10, 1895, 231-286.
The action of strong currents of electricity upon nerve
cells. Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans., 17, 1895, 179-184.
Notes on technique. Amer. Micr. Soc. Trans., 18,



1896, 287-290.

Leeches. A histological investigation of two cases of

an equine mycosis, with a historical account of a sup-
posed similar disease, called bursattee, occurring in India.
U. S. Bur. Anim. Ind. Rep., 12 & 13, 1897, 229-259.

Fish, Pierre A., & Moore, Veranus A . See Moore & Fish.

Fish, W. C. The Thomson electric welding process. [With
discussion.] Iron & Steel Inst. Jl., 1889 (No. 2), 206-
221.

Fisher, A[lbert] K[enwick], Capture of the pine mouse at
Sing Sing, New York. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 896.

Evidence concerning the interbreeding of Helmin-
thophila chrysoptera and H. pinus. Auk, 2, 1885, 378-
379.

Spelerpes guttolineatus, Holbrook, in the vicinity of

Washington, D. C. Amer. Natlist., 21, 1887, 672.

MUHLENBERG'S tortoise (Chelopus Muhlenbergii,
Schweigger), at Lake George, N. Y. Amer. Natlist.,
21, 1887, 672-673.

Food of hawks and owls. [U. S.] Comm. Agr. Rep.,

1887, 402-422.

Rallus longirostris crepitans breeding on the coast of

Louisiana. Auk, 5, 1888, 108.
Megascops asio floridanus in Louisiana. Auk, 5,

1888, 111.

Quiscalus quiscula aglseus in Louisiana. Auk, 5,
1888, 113.

- The sparrow hawk (Falco sparverius). [U. S.] Comm.
Agr. Rep., 1888, 491-496.

The short-eared owl (Asio accipitrinus). [U. S.]

Comm. Agr. Rep., 1888, 496-498.
Marsh hawk. Circus hudsonius. [U. S.] Sec. Agr.

Rep., 1889, 370-372.
Common screech owl. (Megascops asio.) [U. S.]

Sec. Agr. Rep., 1889, 372-376.

Capture of a specimen of the orange-crowned warbler
(Helminthophila celata) in the vicinity of Washington,
D. C. Auk, 7, 1890, 96.

The appearance of the razor-billed auk (Alca torda)
on the coast of North Carolina. Auk, 7, 1890, 203.

Notes on the occurrence of a young crab-eater

(Elacate Canada), from the lower Hudson valley, New
York. [1890.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 13, 1891, 195.

Myiarchus Nuttingi in Arizona. Auk, 9, 1892, 394.
The hawks and owls of the United States in their

relation to agriculture, prepared under the direction of
Dr. C. Hart MEBKIAM, ornithologist. U. S. Div. Ornith.
Mamm. Bull., 3, 1893, 210 pp.

Report on the ornithology of the Death Valley Expe-
dition of 1891, comprising notes on the birds observed
in southern California, southern Nevada, and parts of
Arizona and Utah. U. S. N. Amer. Fauna, No. 7, 1893,
7-158.

The capture of Basilinna leucotis in southern Arizona.

Auk, 11, 1894, 325-326.

Occurrence of Aphelocoma cyanotis in western Texas.
Auk, 11, 1894, 327.

Hawks and owls as related to the farmer. U. S.
Dept. Agr. Yearb., 1894, 215-232.

- The masked duck (Nomonyx dominicus) in the Lower
Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Auk, 12, 1895, 297.



Occurrence of Helinaia Swainsoni in the Dismal

Swamp, Virginia. Auk, 12, 1895, 307, 418.
Food of the barn owl (Strix pratincola). Science, 3,

1896, 623-624.
The sharp-tailed finches of Maine. Science, '5, 1897,

577.

Rank of the sage sparrow. Auk, 15, 1898, 190.

The occurrence of STELLER'S eider (Eniconetta Stelleri)

in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Auk, 17, 1900, 65.
Fisher, Charles R. Some evidences of a glacial epoch.

N. Brunsw. Nat. Hist. Soc. Bull., 12, 1894, Append. B,

vipp.
Fisher, Davenport. Description of an iron meteorite from

St. Croix Co., Wisconsin. [With note by Mr. G. F. KUNZ.]

Amer. Jl. Sci., 34, 1887, 381-383.
Fisher, Edward D. Nature et traitement de la my elite

aigue. Congr. Int. Md. C. R., 1900 (Vol. 7), 323-336.
Fisher, Edward D., & Peterson, Frederick. See Peterson

& Fisher.
Fisher, Elmon M. The genus Csesalpihia. Bot. Gaz. , 18,

1893, 121-123.
Fisher, Elmon M., & Coulter, John M[erle~\. See Coulter

& Fisher.
Fisher, George Jackson. Polydactylism in birds. Auk, 5,

1888, 218-219.
Fisher, H. New Lincoln records. Jl. Bot., 32, 1894, 22.

New county records. Jl. Bot., 32, 1894, 53.

Fisher, Harry. Flora of Franz Josef archipelago. Geogr.

Jl., 11, 1898, 135-137.
Fisher, Henry, & Miller, Edmund H\owd}. See Miller &

Fisher.
Fisher, Irving. Mathematical investigations in the theory

of value and prices. [1892.] Connecticut Ac. Trans.,

9, 1892-95, 1-124.

Mechanics of bimetallism. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1894, 729.

Fisher, J. Orrin R. Lichens of Licking county, Ohio.

Denison Univ. Sci. Lab. Bull., 9 (Pt. 1), 1895, 11-14.
Fisher, (Rev.) Osmond. On faulting, jointing and cleavage.

Geol. Mag., 1, 1884, 204-213, 266-276, 428-429.
On cleavage and distortion. Geol. Mag., 1, 1884, 396-

406.
The permanence of ocean basins. Geol. Mag., 1,

1884, 431-432, 525.
The section at Hope's Nose. Geol. Mag., 1, 1884,

575-576.
[The earthquake of April 22, 1884.] Nature, 30,

1884, 19.
The cause of slaty cleavage. Shearing v. compression.

A reply to Mr. BARKER. Geol. Mag., 2, 1885, 174-177.
Memorandum for geologists visiting Weymouth. Geol.

Mag., 3, 1886, 336.
On the variations of gravity at certain stations of the

Indian arc of the meridian in relation to their bearing

upon the constitution of the Earth's crust. Phil. Mag.,

22, 1886, 1-29.
On the subsidence of Lexden, near Colchester, in

1862. Essex Natlist., 1, 1887, 39-40.

Interglacial land and man. Geol. Mag., 4, 1887, 238-



239.

On the amount of the elevations attributable to com-
pression through the contraction during cooling of a solid
earth. Phil. Mag., 23, 1887, 145-149.

A reply to objections raised by Mr. Charles DAVISON,



M.A., to the argument on the insufficiency of the theory
of the contraction of a solid earth to account for the
inequalities or elevations of the surface. Phil. Mag.,
24, 1887, 391-394.

On the occurrence of Elephas meridionalis at Dewlish,

Dorset. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 44, 1888, 818-823.

On the mean height of the surface-elevations, and

other quantitative results of the contraction of a solid
globe, through cooling; regard being paid to the exist-
ence of a level of no strain, as lately announced by



Fisher]



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[Fison



Mr. T. Mellard READE and by Mr. C. DAVISON. Phil.
Mag., 25, 1888, 7-20.

An attempt to explain certain geological phenomena
hy the application to a liquid substratum of HENKY'S law
of the absorption of gases. [1886.] Cambridge Phil.
Soc. Proc., 6, 1889, 19-24.

- The beds of the London area. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 48.
Remarks on Mr. DAVISON'S paper on secular straining
of the Earth. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 275-276.

On dynamo-metamorphism. Geol. Mag., 7, 1890,



303-305; 8, 1891, 47-48, 430-431.
Does the bulk of ocean water increase ? Nature, 41,
1890, 197-198.

On the soaring of birds. Nature, 42, 1890, 457.
Mr. OLDHAM on the Himalayas. Geol. Mag., 8, 1891,



140.

The hypothesis of a liquid condition of the Earth's

interior considered in connexion with Professor DARWIN'S
theory of the genesis of the moon. [1892-94.] Cam-
bridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 7, 1892, 335-348; 8, 1895, 134-
138.

On theories to account for glacial submergence. Phil.

Mag., 34, 1892, 337-344.

Rigidity not to be relied upon in estimating the

Earth's age. Amer. Jl. Sci., 45, 1893, 464-468.

On the thickness, expansion and resulting elevation

of marine deposits. Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 254-262.

Densities in the Earth's crust. Phil. Mag., 37, 1894,

375-379.

On the effect of sphericity in calculating the position

of a level of no strain within a solid earth, and on the
contraction theory of mountains. Phil. Mag., 38, 1894,
131-137.

On the age of the world as depending on the con-
dition of the interior. Geol. Mag., 2, 1895, 244-246.

The geology of the Portesham district. Dorset Field



Club Proc., 17, 1896, 194-196.

Vertical Tertiaries at Bincombe, Dorset. Geol. Mag.,
3, 1896, 246-247.

Professor HULL "On the submerged platform of
western Europe." Geol. Mag., 6, 1899, 56-57.

Sub-oceanic physical features. Geol. Mag., 6, 1899,
189-190.

Geological time. Nature, 60 (1899), 544.

On the residual effect of a former glacial epoch upon



underground temperature. Phil. Mag., 48, 1899, 134-143.
Fisher, Robert. The coal-fields of Labuan, Borneo. Fed.

Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 7, 1894, 587-600.
Notes on mining in Portugal. [With discussion.']

[1895.] Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 10, 1896, 121-

126, 377, 521-522.
Fisher, Theo. W. Monomania and its modern equivalents.

Int. Med. Congr. Trans., 1887 (Vol. 5), 281-290.
Fisher, W. C. The Crompton Potentiometer : its use and

capabilities. [1895-96.] Electrician, 36, 1896, 158-161,

192-194, 370-372, 440-443, 647-650 ; 37, 1896, 5-8, 269-

271 ; 38, 1897, 154-156.

Standard cells. Electrician, 39, 1897, 705-707.
Fisher, W. C. (et alii). The calibration of low resistances.

[Correspondence.] Electrician, 41, 1898, 395-396, etc.
Fisher, W. E. Cultivation of indiarubber. Nature, 43,

1891, 390-391.

Forestry in North America. Nature, 44, 1891, 60-62.

Physiological differences between the sessile and pe-
dunculate oaks. Gard. Chron., 28, 1900, 218-220.
Fisher, W[alter~\ W\illiam\. Anhydrous oxalic acid.

[1892.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 8, 1894, 186-187.

See also under Thorpe (et alii).
Fisher, William Hubbell. Ornithological field notes, with

one addition to the Cincinnati avian fauna. Cincin.

Soc. Nat. Hist. Jl., 7, 1884, 10-13.
[On the destruction of native birds.] [1886.] Cincin.

Soc. Nat. Hist. Jl., 9, 1887, 167-179, 204-219.



Red-tailed hawk, Buteo borealis (Gm.) Vieill., contest
with the common American crow, Corvus frugivorus,
Bartr. [1887.] Cincin. Soc. Nat. Hist. Jl., 10, [1888],
49-51.

The American cross-bill, Loxia (L.) curvirostra minor
(Brehm.), as to some of its habits and its fondness for
salt. [1887.] Cincin. Soc. Nat. Hist. Jl., 10, [1888],
203-204.

The Canada grouse, Dendragapus (Elliot) canadensis



(Linn.), some remarks as to its scarcity, fearlessness, its

habitat, and its feeding on the tamarack, Larix americana,

Michx. [1887.] Cincin. Soc. Nat. Hist. Jl., 10, [1888],

205-206.
Investigations of the burrows of the American marmot

(Arctomys monax). [1893.] Cincin. Soc. Nat. Hist. JL,

16, 1893-94, 105-123.
Notes from Cobb's Island and vicinity. Ornith. Ool.,

18, 1893, 41-42.

Notes on the sharp-shinned hawk. Ornith. Ool., 18,



1893, 132.
Fishery Board of Scotland. Report on the trawling

experiments of the Garland, and on the statistics of east

coast fisheries. [Parts 4-14.] Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep.,

8, 1890 (Pt. 3), 22-156 ; 9, 1891 (Pt. 3), 21-176 ; 10, 1892

(Pt. 3), 21-159; 11, 1893 (Pt. 3), 23-166; 12, 1894 (Pt. 3),

23-164; 13, 1895 (Pt. 3), 17-122 ; 14, 1896 (Pt. 3), 17-127 ;

15, 1897 (Pt. 3), 17-106; 16, 1898 (Pt. 3), 17-87; 17, 1899

(Pt. 3), 17-78; 18, 1900 (Pt. 3), 19-76.
Fisichella, V. Sulla tossiciU delle urine dei lebbrosi.

Congr. Med. Int. Atti, 1894 (Vol. 2, Patol.), 281-

283.
Fisk, Saml. Aug. *Climate in the cure of consumption.

Science, 2, 1883, 426-430, 457-463, 850.
Fisk, W. J. Cleft palate. Brit. Jl. Dental Sci., 34, 1891,

10-25.
Pvorrhosa alveolaris. Brit. Jl. Dental Sci., 35, 1892,

529-536.
Fiske, (Lt.) B. A. Electricity in warfare. Franklin Inst.

Jl., 121, 1886, 61-69, 81-93.
Fiske, Thomas S. WEIEBSTRASS'S elliptic integral. [1891.]

Ann. Math., 6 (1891-92), 7-11.
On certain space and surface integrals. [1891.] Ann.

Math., 6 (1891-92), 61-63, 131.

On the doubly infinite products. [1891.] N. Y. Math.



Soc. Bull., 1, 1892, 61-66.
Note on the integration of a uniformly convergent

series through an infinite interval. N. Y., Amer. Math.

Soc. Bull., 3, 1897, 223-224.

Fiske, W. E., & Collins, W. D. Surface travel on electro-
lytes. Amer. Jl. Sci., 5, 1898, 59-62.
Fiske, William F. New Hampshire Hesperidae. Canad.

Ent., 28, 1896, 162-164.

List of Rhopalocera taken in Webster, New Hamp-
shire. Philad., Ent. News, 7, 1896, 240-242.
Notes on Vanessa interrogationis. Canad. Ent., 29,

1897, 26-28.
Notes on the distribution of Rhopalocera of New

Hampshire. Philad., Ent. News, 9, 1898, 42-44.
Fiske, William F., & Weed, Clarence Moores. See Weed

& Fiske.

Fiske -Bryson. See Bryson.
Fison, A[lfred] H[enry~\. On a method of comparing very

unequal capacities. [1888.] London Phys. Soc. Proc.,

10, 1890, 65-66.
Fison, A[lfred] H[cnry], & Foster, G[eorge] Carey. See

Foster & Fison.
Fison, (Eev.) Larimer. Group marriage and relationship.

Aust. Ass. Rep. , 1892, 688-697.
The Nair polyandry and the Dieri pirauru. Aust.

Ass. Rep., 1892, 717-720.
On apparent reminiscences of totemism in Fiji.

[1898.] Queensland, Ann. Rep. Brit. N. Guinea, 1897-

98, 136.



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Fiszer, Zygmunt. O nowym rodzaju z rodziny skorupiak6w

ryboszowatych. [Un nouveau genre des Cymothoides,

1'Ononia.] Kosmos (Lwow), 10, 1885, 458-471; Arch.

Slaves Biol., 1, 1886, 466.
Stacya zoologiczna w Neapolu i ptywajace laboratorja.

[The zoological station at Naples and the floating labora-
tory.] Kosmos (Lwow), 11, 1886, 103-115.
Przyczynek do fauny krajowych skorupiakow lisciono-

gich (Phyllopoda). [Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Phyllo-

poden-Fauna Galiziens.] Krak6w Kom. Fizyogr. Spraw.,

28, 1893 (Cz. 2), 1-7; Cracovie Ac. Sci. Bull., 1894,

44-45.
Rewizya krajowych gatunkow wieszyc (Asellidaa).

[Revision der einheimischen Aselliden.] Krakow Kom.

Fizyogr. Spraw., 28, 1893 (Cz. 2), 86-97; Cracovie Ac.

Sci. Bull., 1894, 50.
Wije zebrane w Galicyi wschodniej w lecie 1891 r.

[Myriapoden, gesammelt in Ostgalizien im Sommer 1891.]

Krakow Kom. Fizyogr. Spraw., 28, 1893 (Cz. 2), 98-103;

Cracovie Ac. Sci. Bull., 1894, 50-51.
Fitch, Asa. For biographical notice see Philad., Ent. News,

7, 1896, 65.
Fitch, C. H. The five civilized tribes : Indian Territory.

Amer. Geogr. Soc. Jl., 32 (1900), 15-21.
Triangulation and spirit leveling in Indian Territory.

U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 175, 1900, 141 pp.
Woodland of Indian Territory. [1900.] U. S. Geol.

Surv. Rep., 1899-1900 (Pt. 5), 603-672.
Fitch, Edward A. *Cecidomyia Viohe, F. Low, in Essex.

[1882.] Essex Field Club Proc., [3, 1884], Ixiv.
Two new Essex gall-makers, i. Hormomyia Ptarmicse,

Vallot, on the sneeze-wort (Achillea ptarmica). n. Ceci-

domyia Cardaminis, Winnertz, on bitter-cress (Carda-

mine). [1884-87.] Essex Natlist., 1, 1887, 177-179.

- The otter;(Lutra vulgaris). Essex Natlist. , 1, 1887, 105.

A nest of adders. Essex Natlist., 1, 1887, 112-113.

Essex heronries. Essex Natlist., 1, 1887, 142; 2,

1888, 171-186.
Late stay of swifts. Essex Natlist., 1, 1887, 204.

Phorodesma smaragdaria, F. (The " Essex emerald

moth.") Essex Natlist., 1, 1887, 204.
Seals in the Blackwater and Roach rivers. Essex

Natlist., 2, 1888, 3.
Large basse (Labrax lupus, Guv.) in the Blackwater.

Essex Natlist., 2, 1888, 19-20.
The bean beetle, Bruchus rufimanus, Boh., in Essex.

Essex Natlist., 2, 1888, 48-50.
Sand grouse in Essex. Essex Natlist., 2, 1888, 61-62,

271.

A stinging ichneumon. Essex Natlist., 2, 1888, 227.

Atomaria linearis, Steph., destructive to mangold.

Essex Natlist., 2, 1888, 255-256.
The story of the Maldon redbreasted goose. Essex

Natlist., 3, 1889, 35.
Historical notices of the short-tailed field vole and

short-eared owl in Essex. Essex Natlist., 3, 1889,

178-182.
Notes on the raven in Essex. Essex Natlist., 3, 1889,

219-221.

[Presidential address.] Bird migration. Essex Nat-
list., 4, 1890, 1-16.
Cardinal spider at Maldon. Essex



1890, 20.

Summer migrants at Maldon.



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