i.; (9) Schepotieff, " Rhabdopleura," Zool.
Pocock (Proc. Zool.
(1876); Sclater and Salvin, "Characters of New Species collected by Dr Habel in the Galapagos Islands," Proc. Zool.
Thomas, Catalogue of Monotremata and Marsupialia in the British Museum (1888); "On Caenolestes, a Survivor of the Epanorthidae," Proc. Zool.
Spencer, "Mammalia of the Horn Expedition" (1896); "Wynyardia, a Fossil Marsupial from Tasmania," Proc. Zool.
C. Stirling, "On Notoryctes typhlops," Proc. Zool.
Warsaw (1898); Zool.
T, Browne, from Proc. Zool.
Browne, Proc. Zool.
Browne, " On British Hydroids and Medusae," Proc. Zool.
Grenacher, " Ober die Nesselkapseln von Hydra," Zool.
" Deep Sea Medusae," in Reports of the Challenger Expedition, Zool.
"On Hydroctena," Zool.
Murbach and C. Shearer, " On Medusae from the Coast of British Columbia and Alaska," Proc. Zool.
Vanhoffen, " Versuch einer natiirlichen Gruppierung der Anthomedusen," Zool.
Schulgin, " Lobi optici der Vogel," Zool.
Garrod, " On the Carotid Arteries of Birds," Proc. Zool.
2, Zool.) i., 1834; and H.
Americana) and Emery (Zool.
Sci., 1886-1895, and Proc. Zool.
(1903); P. Pelseneer, " Report on the Pteropoda," Zool.
The ova and Zool.
(1895), p. 83; Id., Zool.
(1897) p. 381; Id., Zool.
(1900), p. iii; Id., Willey's Zool.
xxv., 1891, p. 113; Zool.
xlii., 1899, p. 361; Villot, Zool.
(London, 1900), and " On a collection of Insects and Arachnids " in Proc. Zool.
Thomas, "Notes on the Type Specimen of Rhinoceros lasiotis, with Remarks on the Generic Position of the Living Species of Rhinoceros," Proc. Zool.
Willey, "Enteropneusta from the South Pacific, with Notes on the West Indian Species," Zool.
History (April 1899); "On the Species of the genus Mus inhabiting St Kilda," Proc. Zool.
Soc. London, Zool.
viii., 1884; Pelseneer, " On the Coxal Glands of Mygale," Proc. Zool.
Soc., 1885; Tower, " The External Opening of the brick-red Glands of Limulus," Zool.
des Endosternites der Arachniden," Zool.
xvii., 1879; Grenacher, Gehororgane der Arthropoden (GÃ¶ttingen, 1879); Kishinouye, " Lateral Eyes of Spiders," Zool.
p. 381, 1891; Purcell," Phalangiden Augen," Zool.
xiii., 1892; Koch, C., Die Arachniden (16 vols., Nuremberg, 1831-1848); Koch, Keyserling and Sorensen, Die Arachniden Australiens (Nuremberg, 1871-1890); Pocock, Arachnida of British India (London, 1900); Idem, " On African Arachnida," in Proc. Zool.
Two specimens of the humerus have been found in the English fens (Ibis, 1868, p. 363; Proc. Zool.
Bartlett suggested (Proc. Zool.
Sclater (Proc. Zool.
It is not uncommon in the forests of the isthmus of Panama, and Salvin says (Proc. Zool.
Bates (in Proc. Zool.
Jameson, "Pearl-formation," Proc. Zool.
Nat., 3rd series, Zool.
The sloth-bear (Melursus labiatus or ursinus) is distinguished 1 Lydekker, in Proc. Zool.
25, 1899); Bassett-Smith, Copepoda on Fishes," Proc. Zool.
Rep. p. 144 (1900); Stebbing, Willey's Zool.
Gadow, Proc. Zool.
de zoologie, session de Bern, 1904), " The Present Problems of Palaeontology " (Address before Section of Zool.
Boulenger (Proc. Zool.
Beddard, Proc. Zool.
(1890); Jameson, " On the Origin of Pearls," Proc. Zool.
Hungar, (1903), and Zool.
Forsyth-Major, "On some Miocene Squirrels, with Remarks on the Dentition and Classification of the Sciuridae," Proc. Zool.
Palmer, "A List of the Generic and Family Names of Rodents," Proc. Zool.
Thomas, "On the Genera of Rodents," Proc. Zool.
Thomas, in Proc. Zool.
This Trochosphere is the characteristic larva of Mollusca, Annelida T OT (After Abbott, T5ky5 Zool.
To put all suspicion at rest, Lord Derby sent his unique specimen for exhibition at a meeting of the Zoological Society, on the 12th of February 1833 (Proc. Zool.
Gray, noticing it in June 1845 (Zool.
xvii.), naming it Strigops 2 habroptilus, and rightly placing it among the parrots, but he did not describe it technically for another eighteen months (Proc. Zool.
Its furcula has been said (Proc. Zool.
Welch, "Winter Coat in Lepus americanus," Proc. Zool.
mexicana of Gould (Proc. Zool.
ocellata, whose plumage almost vies with that of a peacock in splendour, while the bare skin which covers the head is of a deep blue studded with orange caruncles (Proc. Zool.
Naumannia, 1858, pp. 1 16, 117), and Proc. Zool.
Society (1858), p. 202, with Wolley's remarks thereon, Zool.
Bahr (Proc. Zool.
Poulton, Proc. Zool.
Shelford, Proc. Zool.
Wallace, Proc. Zool.
fiir Ornithologie (1877), pp. 1 431 5 6; Elliot's in Proc. Zool.
P, N, u, After Haller (Arbeiten zool.
Bartlett showed (Proc. Zool.
(1892); P. Zool.
Salvin (Proc. Zool.
While the mountainous parts of Morocco continued to be occupied by pure Berber people, the Shluh or Shilluh, the Andalusian Moors flocked to 5 Proc. Zool.
p. la zool.
(1895); and C. Verhoeff, Zool.
von Jhering, Zool.
Taking the gulls in their restricted sense, Howard Saunders, who has subjected the group to a rigorous revision (Proc. Zool.
Hist., p. 116, London, 1799), but only partially, and it was Yarrell who, in 1829 (Zool.
Boveri, "Die Nierencanalchen des Amphioxus," Zool Jahrb.
Hansen (Proc. Zool.
Hist, (1892); "Decapoden and Schizopoden," PlanktonExpedition (Ortmann, 1893); "Euphausiidae," by Stebbing, Proc. Zool.
This bird, characterized by its stout deep bill and want of rufous tint on its lower plumage, has an extensive range, and would seem to exhibit a tendency to further differentiation, since Howard Saunders, in a monograph of the group (Proc. Zool.
Sarayacu in Peru, Cajamarca in the Peruvian Andes, and Antioquia in Colombia (Proc. Zool.
It was subsequently separated as forming a subfamily, and has at last been regarded as the type of a distinct family, Steatornithidae-a view which, though not put forth till 1870 (Zool.
Its systematic position, however, can scarcely be considered settled, for though on the whole its predominating alliance may be with the Caprimulgidae, nearly as much affinity may be traced to the Strigidae, while it possesses some characters in which it differs from both (Proc. Zool.
(1838), p. 321; Hautessier, Rev. Zool.
- Proc. Zool.
and in Proc. Zool.
Sci., 1889, 1895), Seeliger (on "Antedon," Zool.
Huxley (Proc. Zool.
Gould to describe it (Proc. Zool.
They are evidently rudimentary structures which it is suggested may represent glands (Lydekker, Proc. Zool.
iv.; George, " Etudes zool.
I and 2, Zool.
Guilding, "Mollusca caribbaeana: an account of a new genus of Mollusca," Zool.
Among living forms, added since Weltner's catalogue, may be noticed Koleolepas willeyi, from the Loyalty Islands (Stebbing, in Willey's Zool.
Bartlett has observed (Proc. Zool.
In the first subdivision of the batrachians into two families by C. Dumeril in 1806 (Zool.
(3) Proc. Zool.
Pollard, "On the Anatomy and Phylogenetic Position of Polypterus," Zool.
Loennberg, "Notes on Tailed Batrachians without Lungs," Zool.
Brauer, "Ein neuer Fall von Brutpflege bei Froschen," Zool.
Nat., 1896, vol., xxx.) and C. Borner (Zool.
xi.; Schauinsland, Zool.
xvii., 1879; Grenacher, Gehororgane der Arthropoden (GÃƒ¶ttingen, 1879); Kishinouye, " Lateral Eyes of Spiders," Zool.
Agr.); Enderlein, "Luse-Studien," Zool.
xxxv., 1899), C. Burner (Zool.
(8) C. Emery, "Ober die Beziehungen des Chiropterygium zum Ichthyopterygium," Zool.
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