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valley to the Sacramento mountains, New Mexico. N. Y.
Ent. Soc. Jl., 4, 1896, 201-207.

The bees of the genus Perdita, F. Smith. Philad. Ac.

Nat. Sci. Proc., 1896, 25-107.

Three new bees of the genus Calliopsis from Colorado.

Philad., Ent. News, 7, 1896, 221-223.

The seventy-second Perdita. Philad., Ent. News, 7,

1896, 255-256.

Some additional species of Prosapis. Psyche, 7, 1896,

437-439, (Suppl. 1), 26-32.

New North American Coccidae. Psyche, 7, 1896

(Suppl. 1), 1-4.

New North American bees. Psyche, 7, 1896 (Suppl. 1),

4-6.

A mutillid which resembles thistle-down. Psyche, 7,

1896 (Suppl. I), 6-7.

New species of Coccidae. Psyche, 7, 1896 (Suppl. 1),

7-8.

New species of bees. Psyche, 7, 1896 (Suppl. 1), 9-11.

Some new insects. Psyche, 7, 1896 (Suppl. 1), 15-17.

A Ceroplastes and its parasite. Psyche, 7, 1896

(Suppl. 1), 17-18.

Preliminary diagnoses of new Coccidae. Psyche, 7,

1896 (Suppl. 1), 18-21.

A gall-making coccid in America. Science, 4, 1896,

299-300.

Schizophyllum Egelingianum, E. & E. Torrey Bot.

Club Bull., 23, 1896, 59.



On a small collection of Coccidae from the island of

Grenada. [1896.] Trinidad Field Nat. Club JL, 2,

[1894-96], 306-307.
Notes and descriptions of the new Coccidae collected

in Mexico by Professor C. H. T. TOWNSEND. U. S. Div.

Ent. Techn. Ser., 4, 1896, 31-39.
Some Coccidae found by Mr. Alex. CKAW in the course

of his quarantine work at San Francisco. U. S. Div.

Ent. Techn. Ser., 4, 1896, 42-46.
Some new species of Japanese Coccidae, with notes.

U. S. Div. Ent. Techn. Ser., 4, 1896, 47-56.
New and little-known bees. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans.,

24, 1897, 144-162.
The bees of the genus Halictus found in New Mexico.

i. Species without any green or blue. Amer. Ent. Soc.

Trans., 24, 1897, 163-168.
New insects from Embudo, New Mexico. Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist. , 20, 1897, 510-515.
Notes on New Mexican flowers and their insect

visitors. Bot. Gaz., 24, 1897, 104-107.
Abnormal leaves and flowers. Bot. Gaz., 24, 1897,

293-294.
On the Mexican bees of the genus Augochlora. Canad.

Ent. , 29, 1897, 4-6, 68-70.
A parasite of hemipterous eggs. Canad. Ent., 29,

1897, 25-26.
New forms of Osmia from New Mexico. Canad. Ent.,

29, 1897, 65-66.
A new Coelioxys from New Mexico. Canad. Bnt., 29,

1897, 120.
The New Mexico species of Anthidium. Canad. Ent.,

29, 1897, 220-223.

A new attid spider. Canad. Ent., 29, 1897, 223-224.
Some new and little-known Coccidae collected by Prof.

C. H. T. TOWNSEND in Mexico. Canad. Ent., 29, 1897,

265-271.
On the generic position of some bees hitherto referred

to Panurgus and Calliopsis. Canad. Ent., 29, 1897, 287-

290; 30, 1898, 29.
Descriptive notes of two Coccidae. Entomologist, 30,

1897, 12-14.

New Hymenoptera from New Mexico, U. S. A. Ento-
mologist, 30, 1897, 135-138.

New species of Andrena from North America. Ento-
mologist, 30, 1897, 305-309.
Notes on the variation of British butterflies. Ent.

Record, 9, 1897, 331.

The palmetto scale. Garden & Forest, 10, 1897, 19.

An orchid scale, Aspidiotus biformis. Garden &

Forest, 10, 1897, 158.

- The codling moth. Garden & Forest, 10, 1897, 336.
The green scale of coffee. Garden & Forest, 10, 1897,

347.

A few notes on slugs. Jl. Malacol., 6, 1897, 3-5.

Specific characters. [1897.] Nature, 55 (1896-97),

414-415; 56 (1897), 11-12.

Definite variations. [1897.] Nature, 55 (1896-97), 439.

Changes in faunae due to man's agency. [1897.]

Nature, 55 (1896-97), 462-463.
The function of disease in the struggle for existence.

[1897.] Nature, 55 (1896-97), 534-535.
Physiological specific characters. Nature, 56 (1897),

11-12.
The utility of specific characters. Nature, 56 (1897),

31.

Species or subspecies? Nature, 56 (1897), 391.

Vertigo coloradensis and its allies. [1897.] Nautilus,

10, 1896-97, 134-135.
Notes on Agriolimax. [1897.] Nautilus, 11, 1897-98,

15-16.

Notes on slugs. [1897.] Nautilus, 11, 1897-98, 75-79.
Life-zones in New Mexico. N. Mex. Agr. Coll. Bull.,

24 (1897), 3-44; 28, 1898, 137-179.

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A new Aleurodes found on Aquilegia. N. Y. Ent. Soc.

Jl., 5, 1897, 42.
A new Aleurodes on Rubus from Florida. N. Y. Ent.

Soc. JL, 5, 1897, 96-97.
New and little-known North American bees. Philad.

Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1897, 334-355.
Some species of Perdita from Nebraska. Philad.,

Ent. News, 8, 1897, 23-24.
The third American Kermes. Philad., Ent. News, 8,

1897, 94-95.
A new species of Coccidse, of the genus Lecaniodiaspis.

Descriptive. Philad., Ent. News, 8, 1897, 161-162.
Physiological species. Philad., Ent. News, 8, 1897,

234-236.
Notes on the Coccidse, a family of Homoptera, with a

table of the species hitherto observed in Brazil. Sao

Paulo, Eev. Mus. Paulista, 2, 1897, 65-72, 383-384.
The Virginia colony of Helix nemoralis. Science, 5,

1897, 985-986.

[A curious case of protective colouring.] S. London

Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1897, 146-147.
An experience with Paris green. U. S. Div. Ent.

Bull., 9, 1897, 25.
The San Jose" scale and its nearest allies, a brief

consideration of the characters which distinguish these

closely related injurious scale insects. U. S. Div. Ent.

Techn. Ser., 6, 1897, 31 pp.
Directions for collecting and preserving scale insects

(Coccidae). U. S. Mus. Bull., 39 (Pt. L), 1897, 9 pp.
The food plants of scale insects (Coccidae). U. S.

Mus. Proc., 19, 1897, 725-785.
A check-list of the Coccidse. [1896-99.] 111. Lab.

Nat. Hist. Bull., 4, 1898, 318-339; 5, 1902, 389-398.
On some panurgine and other bees. [1898.] Amer.

Ent. Soc. Trans., 25, 1898-99, 185-198.
Note on the Mydaidae of New Mexico. Amer. Natlist.,

32, 1898, 448-449.
The development of Mantis. Amer. Natlist., 32, 1898,

513-514.
Some bees of the genus Megachile from New Mexico

and Colorado. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1898, 125-130.
New Coccidse from Mexico. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1,

1898, 426-440.

Some new Coccidse. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1898,

24-27.
New North- American insects. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,

2, 1898, 321-331, 401-404.
New and little-known Hymenoptera taken by Prof.

C. H. T. TOWNSEND and Mr. C. M. BAKBEK in New

Mexico in 1898. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1898, 448-

457.

A new Orthezia. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898, 19-20.

New and little-known bees. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898,

50-53.

Notes on some bees of the genus Andrena from Hart-
ford, Connecticut. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898, 103-104.
The cottonwood snow-scale of Nebraska. Canad.

Ent., 30, 1898, 133.
New bees from New Mexico. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898,

146-148 ; 32, 1900, 361-364.

Note on a chalcidid of the subfam. Encyrtinse, para-
sitic on Phenacoccus minimus. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898,

224.
On some small bees from Arizona. Canad. Ent., 30,

1898, 237-239.
Supplementary note [to Mr. EHRHORN : " New

Coccidse "], and notice of a new Eriococcus. Canad.

Ent., 30, 1898, 246-247.

A new Aleurodes on oak. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898, 264.

A new scale-insect found on bearberry. Canad. Ent.,

30, 1898, 266-267.
A bright red parasite of Coccidse. Canad. Ent., 30,

1898, 276.



Two new species of Lecanium from Canada. Canad.



Ent., 30, 1898, 293-294.

Note on Aspidiotus Greenii. Ent. Month. Mag., 34,

1898, 184-185.

Synopsis of the North American bees of the genus

Nomia. Entomologist, 31, 1898, 31-33.

Two new scale insects. Entomologist, 31, 1898, 65-66.

Further notes on Andrena. Entomologist, 31, 1898,

88-90.

Some new Coccidse of the subfamily Lecaniise. Ento-
mologist, 31, 1898, 130-132.

Synopsis of the North American bees of the genus

Stelis. Entomologist, 31, 1898, 166-168.

The North American bees of the genus Prosapis.

Entomologist, 31, 1898, 185-192, 216-219, 236-239.

The Coccidse of the Sandwich Islands. Entomologist,

31, 1898, 239-240.

Two new Coccidse from Lagos, W. Africa. Entomo-
logist, 31, 1898, 259.
A case of inherited instinct. Nature, 58 (1898), 546.

Arctic and sub-arctic bees. [1898.] Nature, 59

(1898-99), 76-77.

Notes on some Pupidse. [1898.] Nautilus, 11, 1897-98,



136.

New Polygyras from White Mountain, New Mexico.
[1898.] Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 76-77.

Preliminary notes on the codling moth. N. Mex.
Agr. Coll. Bull., 25, 1898, 47-68.

Some notes on the entomology of Prunus. N. Mex.
Agr. Coll. Bull., 27 (1898), 132-134.

New and little-known bees from Washington State.
Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1898, 50-56.

A new scale-insect of the genus Lecanium. Philad.,



Ent. News, 9, 1898, 145-146.

A southern type of Andrena in Connecticut. Philad.,



Ent. News, 9, 1898, 171-172.
Another yellow Perdita. Philad., Ent. News, 9, 1898,

215-216.
Some new Coccidse collected at Campinas, Brazil, by

Dr. F. NOACK. Sao Paulo, Rev. Mus. Paulista, 3, 1898,

41-42, 43-44, 501-503.
The diverse floras of the Rocky Mountain region.

Science, 7, 1898, 625-627.

The lower Sonoran cochineal. Science, 8, 1898, 675.

A new southwestern Sophia. Torrey Bot. Club Bull.,



25, 1898, 460.
The insect visitors of flowers in New Mexico. Zoologist,

2, 1898, 78-81, 311-314.
Three new scale insects. [1895.] Jamaica Inst. Jl.,

2, 1899, 167.
On a butterfly, considered to be Ansea echemus, found

at Grand Cayman. [1895.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 2, 1899,

172-173.
The insect-fauna of Cinchona. [1897.] Jamaica Inst.

JL, 2, 1899, 468-469.
A southern race of Datana perspicua, Gr. and Rob.

(oar. Mesillaa). [1897.] Psyche, 8, 1899, 41.
Notes on new Coccidse. [1897.] Psyche, 8, 1899,

52-53.
New and little-known Coccidse from Florida. [1897.]

Psyche, 8, 1899, 89-90.
A new Lecanium on Magnolia from Florida. [1897.]

Psyche, 8, 1899, 152.
Two new scale-insects quarantined at San Francisco.

[1898.] Psyche, 8, 1899, 190-191.
Three new Coccidse of the subfamily Diaspinte. [1898.]

Psyche, 8, 1899, 201-202.
Three new Aleurodidaa from Mexico. [1898.] Psyche,

8, 1899, 225-226.
The coccid genus Solenophora in the United States.

[1898.] Psyche, 8, 1899, 262-263.
Vernal phenomena in the arid region. Amer. Natlist.,

33, 1899, 39-43.



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On the habits and structure of the coccid genus

Margarodes. Amer. Natlist., 33, 1899, 415-417.

Notes on Central-American Coecidse, with descriptions
of three new species. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 3, 1899,
167-170.

Four new bees of the genus Perdita collected by
Dr. L. 0. HOWARD in Mexico. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 3,
1899, 492-495.

- The odour of Coccidae. Canad. Ent., 31, 1899, 36.

- Three new Coccidas from Brazil. Canad: Ent., 31,
1899, 43-45.

Notes on some New Mexico butterflies. Canad. Ent.,

31, 1899, 65-66.

Four new diaspine Coccidae. Canad. Ent., 31, 1899,
105-107.

Notes on some Hymenoptera. Canad. Ent., 31, 1899,
255-256.

A new Dactylopius (fam. Coccidas) from Arizona.
Canad. Ent., 31, 1899, 267.

Tables for the determination of the genera of Coccidse.
Canad. Ent., 31, 1899, 273-279, 330-333, 343.

A new noctuid of the genus Cirrophanus. Canad.

Ent., 31, 1899, 288.

A coccid from the far North. Canad. Ent., 31, 1899,
369-370.

Contributions to the entomology of New Mexico.

[i. A catalogue of the fossorial Hymenoptera of New
Mexico, n. Some records of Diptera.] Davenport Ac.
Proc., 7, 1899, 139-148, 149-156.

Two new genera of lecaniine Coccidse. Entomologist,

32, 1899, 12-13.

Notes on the nomenclature of some Hymenoptera.

Entomologist, 32, 1899, 14.

A new wax-scale from West Africa. Entomologist,
32, 1899, 127.

Notes on American bees. Entomologist, 32, 1899,

128-129, 154-159.

The species of the bee-genus Dieunomia. Entomo-
logist, 32, 1899, 265-266.

A first list of the hymenopterous families Tenthredi-

nidse, Siricidae, Chrysididae, Proctotrypidse, Cynipidse,
Chalcididae and Braconidse collected in New Mexico.
Kan. Ac. Sci. Trans., 16, 1899, 212-216.

Coccid pests on sugar cane. Kew Bull., 1899, 6-7.
Notes on the indentata group of Vitrea. [1899.]

Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 120.
Another new snail from New Mexico. [1899.]

Nautilus, 12, 1898-99, 131.
Variations of Helix hortensis at Rockport, Mass.

[1899.] Nautilus, 13, 1899-1900, 32.
Bitidaria armifera, var. nov. ruidosensis. [1899.]

Nautilus, 13, 1899-1900, 36.
Some notes on Coccidas. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc.,

1899, 259-275.

The bees of Kansas. Philad., Ent. News, 10, 1899,
3-4.

New species of Andrena from Kansas. Philad., Ent.
News, 10, 1899, 253-255.

[Perdita.] Psyche, 8, 1899, 312, 323.

A new meloid beetle parasitic on Anthophora. Psyche,

8, 1899, 416-417.
The panurgine bees. Psyche, 8, 1899, 419.

A date-palm scale insect. Science, 9, 1899, 417.
A reply to Mr. MARLATT'S article on sources of error

in recent work on Coccidaa. Science, 10, 1899, 86-88.

An alien clematis in New Mexico. Science, 10, 1899,
898-899.

[Note on tropical and holarctic insects.] S. London

Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1899, 74-75.
Notes on Australian Coccidaa. [1899.] Victorian

Natlist., 16, 1900, 13-16, 88-89.
The lower and middle Sonoran zones in Arizona and

New Mexico. Amer. Natlist., 34, 1900, 285-293.



The Cactus bees ; genus Lithurgus. Amer. Natlist.,
34, 1900, 487-488.

Scriptotricha or Paracantha? Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,
5, 1900, 400.

Observations on bees collected at Las Vegas, New
Mexico, and in the adjacent mountains. Ann. Mag.
Nat. Hist., 5, 1900, 401-416.

The New Mexico bees of the genus Megachile and a

new Andrena. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. , 6, 1900, 7-20.

Some plants of New Mexico. Bot. Gaz., 29, 1900,

280-281.

Gaurella = Gauropsis. Bot. Gaz., 30, 1900, 351.
A new oak-gall from New Mexico. Canad. Ent., 32,



1900, 91-92.
Four new Coccidaa from Arizona. Canad. Ent., 32,

1900, 129-132.
The New Mexican bees of the genus Ccelioxys. Canad.

Ent., 32, 1900, 297-301.
Note on Chrysomphalus Dictyospermi, a scale-insect

from Cannes. Ent. Month. Mag., 36, 1900, 157.
What is the proper name of Lophyrus, Latreille ?

Entomologist, 33, 1900, 40-41.
New insects from Arizona, and a new bee from

Mexico. Entomologist, 33, 1900, 61-66.
Note on the coccid genus Oudablis, Signoret. Ento-
mologist, 33, 1900, 85-87.
A new genus of Coccidae, injuring the roots of the

grape-vine in South Africa. Entomologist, 3'3, 1900,



173-174.

Diplosis partheniicola, n. sp.



201.



Entomologist, 33, 1900,



On a small collection of bees from Juarez, Mexico.



Entomologist, 33, 1900, 217-218.

Some bees visiting the flowers of mesquite.



Entomo-



[1900.]



Nature, 61
Nature, 62
Nature, 63



legist, 33, 1900, 243-245.
The Coccidaa of New Zealand.

(1899-1900), 367-368.
Note on some red and blue pigments.

(1900), 31.
The markings of Antilocapra. [1900.]

(1900-01), 58.

A new Philomycus. [1900.] Nautilus, 14, 1900-01,
59.

Note on Collops bipunctatus. N. Mex. Agr. Coll.

Bull., 33, 1900, 50-51.
Observations on insects. N. Mex. Agr. Coll. Bull.,

35, 1900, 1-27.

Descriptions of new bees collected by Mr. H. H. SMITH
in Brazil, i. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1900, 356-377.

A new Eriococcus, with remarks on other species.
Philad., Ent. News, 11, 1900, 594-596.

Notas sobre Coccidas brazileiras. Sao Paulo, Rev.
Mus. Paulista, 4, 1900, 363-364.

Note on the pigments of the coccid Chionaspis fur-
fura, Fitch. Science, 11, 1900, 671.

The name of the cochineal. Science, 11, 1900, 991-



992.

Notes on some southwestern plants. Torrey Bot.
Club Bull., 27, 1900, 87-89.

Table to separate the commoner scales (Coccidae) of
the orange. [1903.] M6x., Soc. "Alzate" Mem., 13,
1900, 349-351.

Tables for the determination of New Mexico bees.
[1898.] Denison Univ. Sci. Lab. Bull., 11, 1902, 41-73.

Table of North American Kermes, based on external
characters. [1900.] Psyche, 9, 1902, 44-45.

Some Coccidee quarantined at San Francisco. [1900.]



Psyche 9 1902 7072
Cockerell, Theodore D\ru] A[lison'], & Baker, Carl F[uller],

Some species of Oxybelus found in New Mexico. Psyche,

7, 1896 (Suppl. 1), 21-23.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lisoji], & Barber, C[harles\

M \ elrii/\. See Barber & Cockerell.



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[Coddington



Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lison], & Casad, (Miss) Jessie

E. New species of Mutillidae. Philad., Ent. News, 5,

1894, 293-296.
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. [With notes by

Wm. J. Fox.] Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans., 22, 1895, 297-300.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lison], & Fox, William

Joseph. New fossorial Hymenoptera from New Mexico.

Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1897, 135-141.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lison], & Garcia, Fabian.

Preliminary note on the growth of plants in gypsum.

Science, 8, 1898, 119-121.
Cockerell, Theodore D\ru] Allison], & Grabham, M. See

Grabham & Cockerell.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lison], & King, George B.

The coccid genus Sphserococcus in Massachusetts.

Canad. Ent., 30, 1898, 326-327.
An apparently new Lecanium found on white cedar.

Psyche, 8, 1899, 349-350.

See also King & Cockerell.
Cockerell, Theodore D\ru] A\lison], & Larkin, E. R. On

the Jamaican species of Veronicella. Jl. Malacol., 3,

1894, 23-30.
Cockerell, Theodore. D[ru] A[lisori], & Pilsbry, Henry A.

Sfe Pilsbry & Cockerell.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lison], & Porter, (Miss)

Wilmatte (Mrs. Cockerell). Contributions from the New

Mexico Biological Station, vni. The New Mexico bees

of the'genus Bombus. [vn. Observations on bees, with

descriptions of new genera and species.] Ann. Mag. Nat.

Hist., 4, 1899, 386-393, 403-421.
A new crayfish from New Mexico. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1900, 434-435.

See also Porter & Cockerell.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] Allison], & Tinsley, J. D. On

a new wax-producing insect found in Jamaica. [1897.]

Jamaica Inst. Jl., 2, 1899, 468.
Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] A[lison~\, & Townsend, C. H.

Tyler. See Townsend & Cockerell.
Cockerell, Wilmatte P. See Porter, Wilmatte (Mrs.

Cockerell).
Cockerell, Wilmatte P., & Cockerell, Theodore D[ru]

A[li8ari\. See above.
Cockle, (Sir) James. For biography and list of works see

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 55, 1895, 192; London Math.

Soc. Proc., 26, 1895, 551-554; Manchester Lit. Phil.

Soc. Mem. & Proc., 9, 1895, 215-228; Boy. Soc. Proc.,

59, 1896, xxx-xxxix.
Note on envelopes and singular solutions. [1884.]

Manchester Lit. Phil. Soc. Proc., 24, 1885, 10-12, 23-25!
On the equation of BICCATI. [1887.] London Math.

Soc. Proc., 18 (1886-87), 180-202, 400; 19, 1889, 594;

21, 1891, 461.

On binomial biordinals. Phil. Mag. , 24, 1887, 249-252.

On the general linear differential equation of the

second order. [1887.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 19,

1889, 257-278, 594; 21, 1891, 461.
On the confluences ajid bifurcations of certain theories.

(Presidential address.) [1888.] London Math. Soc.

Proc., 20, 1889, 4-14; 21, 1891, 461.

On synthetical solution and on deformation. Quart.



Jl. Math., 23, 1889, 1-7.
Cocks, Alfred Heneage. An autumn visit to Spitzbergen.

Supplementary remarks. Zoologist, 8, 1884, 13-20, 231-

232.
The finwhale fishery on the coast of Finmark. Zoologist,

8, 1884, 366-370, 417-424, 455-465, 484 ; 9, 1885,134-143.
The finwhale fishery of 1885 on the north European

coast. Zoologist, 10, 1886, 121-136.
The finwhale fishery of 1886[-89] on the Lapland

coast. Zoologist, 11, 1887, 207-222; 12, 1888, 201-208;



Note on the gestation of the pine-marten. Zool. Soc.

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N. Y. Med. JL, 51, 1890, 134-135.

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Cocol, W. Ueber die Nervenerregung durch den Schlies-
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Cocorda, Giulio D. I "campi d' oro" dell' Africa Australe.
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Cocu, Georges. Observations sur le regime alimentaire de
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Coculescu, N. Sur la stability du mouvement dans un
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Nota asupra organisarit unei misiuni in Senegal

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L'eclipse totale de Soleil observee a Foundiougne

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Sur les expressions approchees des termes d'ordre



eleve dans le developpement de la fonction perturba trice.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 118, 1894, 59-62; Liouville, Jl.

Math., 1, 1895, 359-442.
Sur le developpement approche de la fonction pertur-

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Coda, C. Neve e temporale. Moncalieri Oss. Boll., 6,

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Coda, Delfo. Zur Bestimmung des Zinks in seinen Erzen.

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Codde, Marius. Echancrure observee sur le disque solaire.

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Cadran solaire spherique. Astronomie, 1890, 156.
Codde, Marius (et alii). Observation de 1'eclipse partielle

de lune du 11-12 mai 1892. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 114,

1892, 1099-1100.
Coddington, E. F. Entdeckung eines neueu Cometen

1898 Juni 11. Astr. Nachr., 146, 1898, 341-342.

Meteors visible in full daylight. Astr. Soc. Pacific
Publ., 10, 1898, 41-42.

The great nebula in Andromeda. Astr. Soc. Pacific
Publ., 10, 1898, 45.

A new large nebula in Ursa Major. Astr. Soc. Pacific



Publ., 10, 1898, 123.
Comet c, 1898 (Coddington). Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ.,
10, 1898, 146-148.

Observations of (354) Eleonora, made with the 12-inch
telescope of the Lick Observatory. [1898.] Astr. Jl.,



19, 1899, 31.

Elements of



Astr. Jl., 19, 1899, 72.
Ephemeris of Comet



Comet c 1898 (Coddington). [1898.]
1898 (Coddington). [1898.]



13, 1889, 281-290 ; 14, 1890, 321-324.
[Hybrids between Mustela erminea and M.
Zool. Soc. Proc., 1889, 2-3.



furo.]



Astr. Jl., 19, 1899, 77.

Observations of Comet 1898 c (Coddington), made at
the Lick Observatory. [1898.] Astr. Jl., 19, 1899, 80.

Observations of two asteroids, probably new, made
with the 12-inch telescope of the Lick Observatory.
[1898.] Astr. Jl., 19, 1899, 146.



Coddington]



287



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Observations of Comet j 1898 (Chase), made with the

12-inch telescope of the Lick Observatory. [1898.]

Astr. JL, 19, 1899, 153.
Elements and ephemeris of Comet j 1898 (Chase).

[1899.] Astr. JL, 19, 1899, 172, 180 ; 20, 1900, 14 ; Astr.

Nachr., 148, 1899, 253-256 ; 149, 1899, 43-46.
Observations of Comet j 1898 (Chase), made with the

12- and 36-inch refractors of the Lick Observatory. Astr.

JL, 19, 1899, 188 ; Astr. Nachr., 150, 1899, 335-338.
[Entdeckung eines neuen Cometen j 1898 (Chase).]

Astr. Nachr., 148, 1899, 29-30; Astr. Soc. Pacific PubL,

11, 1899, 52-53.
Entdeckung von zwei neuen Planeten 1898 EB und

EC. Astr. Nachr., 148, 1899, 31-32; Astr. Soc. Pacific

PubL, 11, 1899, 47-48.
Elements and ephemeris of planet 1898 EC. [With

an additional note by Prof. H. KEEUTZ.] Astr. Nachr.,

148, 1899, 77-80, 127-128.
Observations of (101) Helena made with the 12-inch

telescope of the Lick Observatory. Astr. Nachr., 150,

1899, 307-308.

Observations of minor planets made with the 12- and

36-inch refractors of the Lick Observatory. Astr. Nachr.,

150, 1899, 307-310.
Elements of minor planet[s] (439) Ohio [and (440)

1898 EC]. Astr. Nachr., 150, 1899, 309-310.
Observations of Comet VII, 1898, made with the

12-inch telescope of the Lick Observatory. [1899.] Astr.

JL, 20, 1900, 23-24, 32.
Observations of minor planets, made with the 12- and

36-inch refractors of the Lick Observatory. [1899.] Astr.

JL, 20, 1900, 27.
New minor planet 1899 EX. Astr. Nachr., 151, 1900,

61-64; Astr. Soc. Pacific PubL, 12, 1900, 39.
New minor planet 1899 EZ. Astr. Nachr., 151, 1900,

141-142.
Observations of Comet 1898 VII made with the 36-inch

refractor of the Lick Observatory. Astr. Nachr., 152,

1900, 157-158.

Observations of the Watson asteroids. Astr. Nachr. ,

153, 1900, 225-234.
Observations of minor planets made with the 12-inch

telescope of the Lick Observatory. Astr. Nachr., 153,



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