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Bleeding bread. Nature, 48 (1893), 578-579.

[Elder expedition.] Fungi. [1893.] S. Aust. Boy.

Soc. Trans., 16, 1892-96, 150.

Downy mildew of vine. Gard. Chron., 15, 1894, 689-



690.
Boot tubercles of Leguminosse. Gard. Chron., 16,

1894, 307-308.
Bed poison fruits. Gard. Chron., 16, 1894, 750.

Pestiferous Fungi, and their modes of attack. Aust.

Ass. Bep., 1895, 382-389.

Plant diseases. Gard. Chron., 17, 1895, 496-497.

Pelargonium disease. Gard. Chron., 20, 1896, 92.

New melon disease. Gard. Chron., 20, 1896, 271-

272.
Sixty years of British mycology. [1897.] Essex

Natlist., 10, 1898, 216-223.

Early memories of the Q. M. C. [1899.] Quekett



Micr. Club Jl., 7, [1900], 229-238.
Cooke, M[ordecai] C[ubitt], & Harkness, II. W. Cali-

fornian Fungi. [Continuation.] [1884-85.] Grevillea,

13, [1885], 16-21, 111-114; 14, [1886], 8-10.
Fungi of the Pacific coast. California Ac. Bull., 1,

1886 (No. 1, 1884), 13-20.
Cooke, M[ordecai] C[ubit], & Massee, George. A new

development of Ephelis. [1889.] Ann. Bot. , 3, 1889-90,

33-40.
Fungi of Madagascar. Collected by Mr. Scott ELLIOT.

Grevillea, 18, [1890], 49-51.
Cooke, Martin W. The figure of the Earth. [1893.]

Bochester (N. Y.) Ac. Sci. Proc., 2, 1895, 213-214.
Cooke, Nicholas. For biography see Entomologist, 18,

1885, 175-176; Ent. Month. Mag., 22, 1885-86, 46.
Cooke, Stephen. On the reducing action of hydrogen in

presence of platinum. Glasgow Phil. Soc. Proc., 18,

1887, 284-293.

Note on the action of electric sparks on mixtures of

nitric oxide with hydrogen and other inflammable gases.

Glasgow Phil. Soc. Proc., 18, 1887, 294-298.
Note on the decomposition of nitric oxide in contact

with water and alkaline solutions. Glasgow Phil. Soc.

Proc., 18, 1887, 299-301.
Cooke, Theodore. Note on the flora of Mahableshwar and

432



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Matheran. [1887-96.] Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 2,

1887, 133-140 ; 10, 1895-97, 440-448.

Cooke, W[illiam] Ernest. A few remarks about weather

forecasting for South Australia. [1885.] S. Aust. Eoy.

Soc. Trans., 8, 1886, 67-70.
A few notes on Jupiter. [1886.] S. Aust. Roy. Soc.

Trans., 9, 1887, 1-9.

Some of the difficulties of obtaining exact measure-
ments in astronomy. Aust. Ass. Eep. , 1893, 270-271.
Note on star corrections in N.P.D. Astr. Soc. Month.

Not., 54, 1894, 358.

An apparatus for mechanically calculating star cor-
rections. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 55, 1895, 288-290.
Description of a mechanical apparatus for computing

refractions. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 55, 1895, 515-516.
Setting apparatus for a transit-circle. [1895.] Astr.

Soc. Month. Not., 56, 1896, 73-74.
[Storm off the N. W. coast of Australia, April 1-3,

1898.] Nature, 58 (1898), 178.
Observations of the Leonids at Perth Observatory,

Western Australia. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 59, 1899,

151.
Cooke, W[ells] W[oodbridge]. Bird nomenclature of the

Chippewa Indians. Auk, 1, 1884, 242-250; 2, 1885,

222-223.
The distribution and migration of Zonotrichia querula.

Auk, 1, 1884, 332-337.
Migration in the Mississippi valley. Ornith. Ool., 9,

1884, 1-2, 25, 37-39, 49-52, 63-66, 105-108, 117-118,

129-131, 141-143; 10, 1885, 1-2, 17-19, 33-35, 49-52,

65-68, 81-83, 113-114, 129-133, 145-147, 161-163, 177-

178.
Curious nest of the warbling Vireo. Ornith. Ool., 9,

1884, 111.
Notes on the occurrence of certain birds in the

Mississippi valley. Auk, 2, 1885, 31-33.
Migration of the Baltimore oriole (Icterus galbula) in

the Mississippi valley during the spring of 1884. Auk,

2, 1885, 58-59.
A re-discovery for Texas. Ornith. Ool., 10, 1885,

172-173.
Eeport on bird migration in the Mississippi valley in

the years 1884 and 1885. [Edited and revised by Dr. C.

Hart MERBIAM.] U. S. Div. Ornith. [Mamm.] Bull., 2,

1888, 313 pp.

Eeport on dairy products. [With discussion.} U. S.

Div. Chem. Bull., No. 31, 1891, 16-21, 28-34.

Analysis of sour milk. U. S. Div. Chem. Bull., No. 31,

1891, 22-26.

Quantity and quality of milk. Science, 22, 1893,

38-39.

...New birds for Colorado. Auk, 11, 1894, 182-183;

16, 1899, 187-188.

The summer range of Colorado birds. Auk, 12, 1895,

150-155.

The scarlet ibis in Colorado. Auk, 14, 1897, 316; 15,

1898, 183-184.

Cooksey, Thomas. Some suggestions regarding the
formation of " enhydros " or water-stones. [1895.]
Sydney, Aust. Mus. Eecords, 2, 1892-96, 92-94.

Mineralopical notes. [1. Precious opal from White

Cliffs, N. S. W. 2. Basic sulphate of iron from Mount
Morgan.] [1896.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 2, 1892-
96, 111-112.

Eock specimens from Funafuti. [1896.] Sydney,

Aust. Mus. Mem., 3, 1896-1900, 73-78.
The Nocoleche meteorite, with catalogue and biblio-
graphy of Australian meteorites. [1897-99.] Sydney,
Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 51-62, 90, 130-131.

Aukerite from Sandhurst, Victoria. [1897.] Sydney,

Aust. Mus. Eecords, 3, 1897-1900, 63-65.

Cooksey, Thomas, & Zincke, [Rnist Carl] Th[eodor]. See
Zincke & Cooksey.



Coolen, Fr. Contribution a 1'^tude de 1'action physio-

logique de la phlorhizine. Brux. Ac. Me"d. Belg. Bull.,

8, 1894, 559-604.
Cooley, Geo. W. Hydrology of the Lake Minnetonka

watershed. U. S. Monthly Weath. Eev., 27 (1899),

14-17.
Cooley, (Miss) Grace E. Notes on movement of water in

"Robinia pseudacacia." Canad. Eec. Sci., 1, 1885, 202-

207.
Impressions of Alaska. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 19,

1892, 178-189.
Plants collected in Alaska and Nanaimo, B. C., July

and August, 1891. [With a list of mosses and lichens by

Clara E. CUMMINGS.] Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 19, 1892,

239-249.
On the reserve cellulose of the seeds of Illiaceae and

of some related orders. [1895.] Boston Soc. Nat. Hist.

Mem., 5, 1895-1904, 1-29.
Cooley, Helen. Comparison of methods of testing indigo.

Jl. Anal. Chem., 2, 1888, 129-137.
Cooley, M. E. A new device for testing indicator springs.

Amer. Ass. Proc., 1885, 165-166.
Cooley, R. A. A new structural character in insects.

Psyche, 7, 1896, 395-398.
New species of Chionaspis. Canad. Ent., 29, 1897,

278-282.
New species of Chionaspis and notes on previously

known species. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898, 85-90.
Diaspis Amygdali in Massachusetts. Canad. Ent.,

30, 1898, 232.
Notes on some Massachusetts Coccidae. U. S. Div.

Ent. Bull., 17, 1898, 61-65.
Cooley, William Desborough. For biographical notice and

works see Petermann, Mitth., 30, 1884, 100.
Coolidge, A. Hysterical dysphagia. [With discussion.]

N. Y. Med. Jl., 66, 1897, 280-282, 299-301.
Coolidge, J. N., Ernst, Harold C., & Cooke, H. A. See

Ernst, Coolidge & Cooke.

Coolidge, Julian Lowell. A purely geometric representa-
tion of all points in the projective plane. N. Y., Amer.

Math. Soc. Trans., 1, 1900, 182-192.
Coolidge, W[illiam] D[avid]. Eine neue Methode zur

Demonstration der elektrischen Drabtwellen. [1898.]

Ann. Phys. Chem., 67, 1899, 578-591.
Dielektrische Untersuchungen und elektrische Draht-

wellen. Ann. Phys. Chem., 69, 1899, 125-166.
Coomans, Victor. Observations de quelques faits pour

servir a 1'histoire de la fe'condation chez les Orchide'es.

Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 23, 1884 (C. R.), 119-122.
Ee'ponse a la note de M. PAQUE sur les inouvements

des pollinies chez les Orchid^es. Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull.,

24, 1885 (C. R.), 71-74.
Coomara-Swamy, A\nanda\ K. Excursion to Guildford

and Godalming. [1899.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 16, 1900,

254-255.
Excursion to Guildford. Geol. Ass. Proc., 16, 1900,

512-513.
On Ceylon rocks and graphite. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL,

56, 1900, 590-614.
Coombe, J. Neu-ton. The reproduction of diatoms. [1898.]

Micr. Soc. Jl., 1899, 1-5; Ann. Microgr., 10 (1898), 10-29.
Coombs, Frank E. Notes on a few Louisiana birds.

Auk, 9, 1892, 204-206, 420.
[Eecord of experiments with sorghum in 1892.]

Experiments at Calumet Plantation (Patterson, La.).

U. S. Div. Chem. Bull., No. 37, 1893, 48-71.
Coon, J. M. China clay. [1892.] Plymouth Inst. Trans.,

11, 1894, 159-168.
Coop, Silvio. Nouveau polygraphe clinique muni de

metronome et de petits tambours inscripteurs trs

sensibles. Arch, de Physiol., 8, 1896, 509-513.
Cooper, A. J. Note on the detection of metals in drinking

water. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 5, 1886, 84.



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Cooper, A. S. Tests of cement mortar mixed with various

kinds of sand. Franklin Inst. Jl., 140, 1896, 321-339.
The genesis of petroleum and asphaltum in California.

California Min. Bur. Bull., No. 16, 1899, 89 pp.
The effect of salt-water on cement. Franklin Inst.

Jl., 148, 1899, 291-302.
Cooper, Arnold W. Report on the disease amongst locusts

in Natal caused by a fungus, Empusa Acridii. [1897.]

S. African Phil. Soc. Trans., 9, 1898, 76-79.
Cooper, C. Dudley. Skull of an aboriginal Australian.

Jl. Anat. Physiol., 26, 1892, xxiii-xxiv; Anthrop. Inst.

Jl., 23, 1894, 153-156.
Hyaline fibroma of a cow's udder. London Path.

Soc. Trans., 44, 1893, 228.
Cooper, C. Dudley, & Wills, Ernest. See Wills &

Cooper.
Cooper, C. J. [The Clee Hills.] Midland Natlist., 13,

1890, 216.
Cooper, C. M. A pericardial sac in which the large azygos

vein pierced the sac before opening into the superior vena

cava. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 34, 1900, 426.
Cooper, Charles. A list of marine shells found at Whan-

garei Heads. [1898.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 31, 1899,

134-140.
Cooper, E. F. Notes on the Leicestershire potamogetons.

[1892.] Leicester Soc. Trans., 3, 1895, 391-398.
Cooper, Edward M. Sponges. Cincin. Soc. Nat. Hist.

Jl., 7, 1884, 97-104.
Cooper, F. E. The Forth Bridge. [With discussion.]

Iron & Steel Inst. Jl., 1888 (No. 2), 83-109.
Cooper, Herman C. Stereoisomers and racemic com-
pounds. Amer. Chem. Jl., 23 (1900), 255-261.
Cooper, Herman C., & Ooldschmidt, Heinrich. See

Goldschmidt & Cooper.
Cooper, J. The combination of copper and sulphur.

[1897.] Durham Univ. Phil. Soc. Proc., 1, 1900, 83.
Cooper, J., & Bedson, P[eter~\ Phillips. See Bedson &

Cooper.
Cooper, J[ames] G[raham], On fossil and sub-fossil land

shells of the United States, with notes on living species.

California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 235-255, 392; 2, 1887, 376.
Additions to the birds of Ventura county, California.

Auk, 4, 1887, 85-94.

West coast Pulmonata ; fossil and living. [1887.]
California Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 355-376, 497-514; Cali-
fornia Ac. Proc., 1 1889, 11-25.

Catalogue of Californian fossils. California Min. Bur.

Rep., 7, 1888, 221-308.
Note on Pacific coast birds. Auk, 7, 1890, 214-216.

The value of fossils as indications of important
mineral products. California Min. Bur. Rep., 9, 1890,
284-286.

Additional notes and description of new species [of
the subalpine Mollusca of the Sierra Nevada]. [1890.]
California Ac. Proc., 3, 1893, 70-91.

On land and fresh water shells of Lower California.

[1891-95.] California Ac. Proc., 3, 1893, 99-103, 207-

217, 338-344 ; 4, 1895, 130-143 ; 5, 1896, 163-165.
Catalogue of Californian fossils. California Min. Bur.

Bull., No. 4, 1894, 65 pp.
On some Pliocene freshwater fossils of California.

[1894.] California Ac. Proc., 4, 1895, 166-172.
Catalogue of marine shells, collected chiefly on the

eastern shore of Lower California for the California

Academy of Sciences during 1891-92. [1895.] California

Ac. Proc., 5, 1896, 34-48.

On west Mexican land and freshwater Mollusca.



On the longitudinal riveted joints of steam-boiler
shells. Franklin Inst. JL, 128, 1889, 131-138.

Phenomenal friction. Franklin Inst. Jl. , 131, 1891,

375-376.
- The centrifugal pumping plant at Mare Island Navy

Yard, California. Franklin Inst. Jl., 138, 1894, 251-

258.
Cooper, John N. Simple proof of the law of the secohm-

meter. Telegr. Jl., 21, 1887, 577.
Cooper, Robert T. Basic aural dyscrasia, being an inquiry

into a condition of system disposing to aural disease, now

for the first time described as the basic aural dyscrasia,

involving an explanation of the mode of causation of

tinnitus aurium, and a description of a hitherto unnoticed

form of deafness, vascular deafness. Dublin Jl. Med.

Sci., 79, 1885, 273-280, 410-421, 504-509; 80, 1885, 25-

36, 120-133.
Cooper, T. Fasciation. [1885.] Holmesdale Nat. Hist.

Club Proc., 1884-86, 68.
Cooper, Theodore. Tests of friction of hydraulic cupped-

leather packing made at St. Louis. Amer. Soc. Civ.

Engin. Trans., 16, 1887, 30-32.
American railroad bridges. [With discussion.] Amer.

Soc. Civ. Engin. Trans., 21, 1889, 1-58, 566-607.
Train loadings for railroad bridges. [With discussion.]

Amer. Soc. Civ. Engin. Trans., 31, 1894, 174-220.

Some general notes on ocean waves and wave force.
[With discussion.] Amer. Soc. Civ. Engin. Trans., 36,
1896, 139-170.

Cooper, W. F. Tabulated list of fossils known to occur in
the Waverley of Ohio. Denison Univ. Sci. Lab. Bull.,
4, 1888-89, 123-130; 5, 1890, 33-34, 95.

The Waverley group of Ohio. Denison Univ. Sci.
Lab. Bull., 5, 1890, 24-32, 95.

The Palaeozoic formation. Denison Univ. Sci. Lab.



Bull., 9 (Pt. 1), 1895, 1-10.
Cooper, W[illiam] J[ohn], & Wanklyn, J[ames] Alfred.

See Wanklyn & Cooper.
Cooper, W[illiam] J[ohn], Wanklyn, J[ames] Alfred, &

Johnstone, William. See Wanklyn, Johnstone &

Cooper.
Cooper, W[illiam] R[an8<m]. Primary batteries in theory

and practice. Electrician, 31, 1893, 636-638, 674-677,

692-695 ; 32, 1894, 7-8.

The Walker-Wilkins battery, and others. Electrician,

34, 1895, 389.
- The electro-chemical reactions in secondary cells.

Electrician, 35, 1895, 290-291.

Phase difference in alternate-current electrolysis.



[1895.] California Ac. Proc., 5, 1896, 166-169.
On some new Cretaceous (and Eocene?) Mollusca of

California. [1896.] California Ac. Proc., 6, 1897, 330-

337.
Cooper, John H[aldeman]. For biographical notice see

Franklin Inst. JL, 144, 1897, 154-156.



Electrician, 35, 1895, 541-542.
Cooper, W[illiam] R[anon\ t & Ayrton, W[illiam]

E[dward]. See Ayr ton & Cooper.
Cooper, Walter J. The potassium cyanide assay of lead

ores. Chem. News, 63, 1891, 73.
Cooper-King. See King, (Lt.-Col.) Charles Cooper.
Coopman, H. L. Fatal case of pyaemia, the result of

dental caries ; with remarks on the prophylaxis of this

affection. Brit. Jl. Dental Sci., 31, 1888, 597-600.
Coordes, Gerhard. *[Ueber Kiistenwandlungen an der

Nordsee.] [1883.] Kassel Ver. Nat. Ber., 31, 1884,

17-19.

Cooseman, E. The hearing- power of "beetlers." Contri-
bution to the study of " occupation " deafness. Arch.

OtoL, 28, 1899, 413-414.
Coote, A[rthur] H[erbert], & Hodgkinson, W[illiam]

R[lchard] Eaton. See Hodgkinson & Coote.
Copaux, H. Contribution a I'e'tude des Others boriques.

Propriety's de I'e'ther triethylborique. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. R., 127, 1898, 719-722; Jl. Pharm., 8, 1898, 559-560.
Dosage volume'trique de 1'acide borique. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. R., 127, 1898, 756-759.

Sur 1'inexistence du pr^tendu borate monoethylique.



Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 21, 1899, 776-778.



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Cope, A. C. The history of pleuro-pneumonia. Agr. Soc.

Jl., 9, 1898, 406-416.
Cope, Edward D\rinker~\. For biography and list of works

see Amer. Ass. Proc., 1897, 1-30; Amer. Jl. Sci., 3, 1897,

427; Amer. Natlist., 31, 1897, 410-419, 831-863;

Anthrop. (Paris), 8, 1897, 243-244; Auk, 14, 1897, 342-

343; Brux. Soc. Beige Geol. Bull., 1897 (Proc. -Verb.),

194-195; Geol. Mag., 4, 1897, 240; Leopoldina, 33, 1897,

91-92; Nature, 55 (1896-97), 587-588; Ottawa Natlist.,

11, 1897, 70-71; Science, 5, 1897, 705-717; 6, 1897,

225-243; Senckenb. Natf. Ges. Ber., 1897, xiii-xv; Wien,

Geol. Verb., 1897, 157-158; Zoologist, 1, 1897, 229-230;

Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 9, 1898, 401-408; Geol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 54, 1898, lii-liv; Moscou Soc. Nat. Bull., 11,

1898 (Prot.), 66-69 ; Amer. Geologist, 23, 1899, 1-41 ;

26, 1900, 67-128; Munchen Ak. Sber., 28, 1899, 487-

492; Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc. (Mem. Vol. 1), 1900, 273-

314.

To reference in No. 312 (Vol. 9) add Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 21, 1884, 324-326.
*Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia from the Coal

Measures. Ohio Geol. Surv. Rep., 2 (Pt. 2), 1875, 349-

41] , [436].
*Sur les relations des niveaux de Vertebres e"teints

dans 1'Am^rique du Nord et en Europe. Congr. G^ol.

Int. C. R., 1878, 144-163.
*[Letter from Little Missouri, Dakota.] [1883.]

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21, 1884, 216-217.
*0n the distribution of the Loup Fork formation in

New Mexico. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21, 1884,

308-309.
* Second addition to the knowledge of the Puerco

epoch. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21, 1884, 309-

324.
Address [to the Biol. Sect.]. On catagenesis. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1884, 455-470.
The relations between the theromorphous reptiles and

the monotreme Mammalia. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1884,

471-482.
On the structure of the feet in the extinct Artiodactyla

of North America. [1884.] Amer. Ass. Proc., 1884,

482-489; Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 22, 1885, 21-27,
The occurrence of man in the Upper Miocene of

Nebraska. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1884, 593.
The Batrachia of the Permian period of North America.

Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884, 26-39.
The Loup Fork beds on the Gila river. Amer. Natlist.,

18, 1884, 58-59.
On new lemuroids from the Puerco formation. Amer.

Natlist. , 18, 1884, 59-62.

The Creodonta. Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884, 255-267,



344-353, 478-485.

The mastodons of North America. Amer. Natlist.,
18, 1884, 524-526.

The Tertiary Marsupialia. Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884,
686-697.

The Condylarthra. Amer. Natlist. , 18, 1884, 790-805,
892-906.

The Amblypoda. Amer. Natlist. , 18, 1884, 1110-1121,



1192-1202; 19, 1885, 40-55.

The origin of the Mammalia.



Amer. Natlist., 18,

1884, 1136-1137.
Note on the phylogeny of the Vertebrata. Amer.

Natlist., 18, 1884, 1255-1257.
Synopsis of the species of Oreodontidse. Amer. Phil.

Soc. Proc., 21, 1884, 503-572.
On the structure of the skull in the elasmobranch

genus Didymodus. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21, 1884,

572-590.
A Carboniferous genus of sharks still living. Science,

3, 1884, 275-276.
Pleuracanthus and Didymodus. Science, 3, 1884,

645-646.



*0n the contents of a bone cave in the island of
Anguilla (West Indies). [1883.] Smithsonian Contrib.,
25, 1885, Art. in, 30 pp.

The extinct Mammalia of the valley of Mexico. [1884.]
Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 22, 1885, 1-21.

Fifth contribution to the knowledge of the fauna of
the Permian formation of Texas and the Indian Territory.
[1884.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 22, 1885, 28-47.

Twelfth [and thirteenth] contribution to the herpe-
tology of tropical America. [1884-85.] Amer. Phil. Soc.
Proc., 22, 1885, 167-194; 23, 1886, 271-287.

The structure of the columella auris in the Pelyco-
sauria. [1884.] Washington, Nat. Ac. Mem., 3 (Pt. 1),
1885, 93-95.

On the structure of the brain and auditory apparatus
of a theromorphous reptile of the Permian epoch.
[1885.] Amer. Ass. Proc., 1885, 336-341; Amer. Phil.
Soc. Proc., 23, 1886, 234-238.

On the evolution of the Vertebrata, progressive and
retrogressive. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 140-148, 234-
247, 341-353.

The White River beds of Swift Current River, North-
West Territory. Amer. Natlist. , 19, 1885, 163.

The position of Pterichthys in the system. Amer.



Natlist., 19, 1885,289-291.

The oldest Tertiary Mammalia. Amer. Natlist., 19,
1885, 385-387.

The Lemuroidea and the Insectivora of the Eocene
period of North America. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 457-
471.

The mammalian genus Hemiganus. Amer. Natlist.,
19, 1886, 492-493.

Marsupials from the Lower Eocene of New Mexico.



Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 493-494.

The Loup Fork Miocene in Mexico.



Amer. Natlist.,



19, 1885, 494-495.

The genera of the Dinocerata.



1885, 594; 20, 1886, 155.
GABMAN on Didymodus.



Amer. Natlist., 19,



Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885,
878-879.

The relations of the Puerco and Laramie deposits.
Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 985-986.

The large iguanas of the Greater Antilles. Amer.
Natlist., 19, 1885, 1005-1006.

Eocene paddle-fish and Gonorhynchidse. Amer.
Natlist., 19, 1885, 1090-1091.

The ankle and skin of the dinosaur, Diclonius mira-
bilis. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 1208.

The retrograde metamorphosis of Siren. Amer.



Natlist., 19, 1885, 1226-1227.

A contribution to the herpetology of Mexico. Amer.

Phil. Soc. Proc., 22, 1885, 379-404.
Second continuation of researches among the Batra-
chia of the Coal-Measures of Ohio. Amer. Phil. Soc.
Proc., 22, 1885, 405-408.

Mr. LYDEKKER on Esthonyx.



526-527.

Palaeontological nomenclature.



Geol. Mag., 2, 1885,

Geol. Mag., 2, 1885,

572-575.
A contribution to the vertebrate paleontology of

Brazil. [1885.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 23, 1886, 1-81.
Catalogue of the species of batrachians and reptiles

contained in a collection made at Pebas, Upper Amazon,

by John HAUXWELL. [1885.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc.,

23, 1886, 94-103.
Report on the coal deposits near Zacualtipan, in the

State of Hidalgo, Mexico. [1885.] Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 23, 1886, 146-151.
On the species of Iguaninse. [1885.] Amer. Phil.

Soc. Proc., 23, 1886. 261-271.
The Vertebrata of the Swift Current Creek region of

the Cypress Hills. [1885.] Canada Geol. Surv. Rep.,

1, 1886, C79-C85, x.



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The batrachian intercentrum. Amer. Natlist., 20,

1886, 76-77.

The material conditions of memory. Amer. Natlist.,
20, 1886, 83-85.

The sternum of the Dinosatiria. Amer. Natlist., 20,
1886, 153-155.

The intercentrum in Sphenodon. Amer. Natlist., 20,

1886, 175.

- Three problematical genera of Mexican boasform
snakes. Amer. Natlist., 20, 1886, 293-294.

An extraordinary human dentition. Amer. Natlist.,

20, 1886, 297.
The vertebrate fauna of the Ticholeptus beds. Amer.

Natlist., 20, 1886, 367-369.

The Plagiaulacidas of the Puerco epoch. Amer.

Natlist., 20, 1886, 451.

The long-spined Theromorpha of the Permian epoch.

Amer. Natlist., 20, 1886, 544-545.
The phylogeny of the Camelidffi. Amer. Natlist., 20,

1886, 611-624.

The most southern salmon. Amer. Natlist., 20, 1886,

735.
The habits of Eublepharis variegatus, Baird. Amer.

Natlist., 20, 1886, 735-736.
The copperhead and other snakes. Amer. Natlist.,

20, 1886, 744-745.

Cm lemurine reversion in human dentition. Amer.
Natlist., 20, 1886, 941-947.

SCHLOSSKB on Creodonta and Phenacodus. Amer.

Natlist., 20, 1886, 965-967.

An interesting connecting genus of Chordata. Amer.

Natlist., 20, 1886, 1027-1031.
A giant armadillo from the Miocene of Kansas. Amer.

Natlist., 20, 1886, 1044-1046.

On two new species of three-toed horses from the
Upper Miocene, with notes on the fauna of the Ticho-
leptns beds. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 23, 1886, 357-361.

On the structure and affinities of the AmphiumidaB.
Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 23, 1886, 442-445.

An analytical table of bhe genera of snakes. Amer.

Phil. Soc. Proc., 23, 1886, 479-499.

Synonymic list of North American species of Bufo

and liana, with descriptions of some new species of
Batrachia, from specimens in the National Museum.
Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 23, 1886, 514-526.

On a new type of perissodactyle ungulate from the

Wasatch Eocene of Wyoming Territory, United States of
North America. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886, 49-52.

Edestus and Pelecopterus, etc. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886,
141.

Notes on Phenacodus. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886, 238-239.
Note on Erisichthe. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886, 239.

On two new forms of polyodont and gonorhynchid
fishes from the Eocene of the Rocky Mountains.
Washington, Nat. Ac. Mem., 3 (Pt. 2), 1886, 161-165.

- The mechanical origin of the sectorial teeth of the
Carnivora. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1887, 254-257.

The hyoid structure in the amblystomid salamanders.

Amer. Natlist., 21, 1887, 87-88.
The dinosaurian genus Coelurus. Amer. Natlist., 21,

1887, 367-369.

- The Mesozoic and Caenozoic realms of the interior of
North America. Amer. Natlist., 21, 1887, 445-462.

American Triassic Bhynchocephalia. Amer. Natlist.,

21, 1887, 468.

Some new Tseniodonta of the Puerco. Amer. Natlist.,

21, 1887, 469.
The sea-saurians of the Fox Hills Cretaceous. Amer.

Natlist., 21, 1887, 563-566.

- The marsupial genus Chirox. Amer. Natlist., 21,
1887, 566-567.

- The Perissodactyla. Amer. Natlist., 21, 1887, 985-
1007, 1060-1076.



A saber-tooth tiger from the Loup Fork beds. Amer.



Stereosternum. Amer.



Natlist., 21, 1887, 1019-1020.

The Carboniferous genus
Natlist., 21, 1887, 1109.

The pug-dog and the Chihuahua dog. Amer. Natlist.,
21, 1887, 1125-1126.

Synopsis of the Batrachia and Reptilia obtained by



H. H. SMITH in the province of Mato Grosso, Brazil.
[With appendix on a Leptognathus from San Paolo.]



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