der Zoologie (Munich, 1872), p. 109 seq.; J.
Between 1831 and 1834 the same author brought out, in continuation of his Centurie, his Illustrations de zoologie with sixty plates, twenty of which represent birds.
In 1856 Paul Gervais, who had already contributed to the Zoologie of M.
The attempt of Des Murs was praiseworthy, but in effect it has utterly failed, notwithstanding the encomiums passed upon it by friendly critics (Rev. de Zoologie, 1860, pp. 176-183,313-325,370-373).2 Until about this time systematists, almost without exception, may be said to have been wandering with no definite purpose.
Archiv fiir Zoologie, ii.; Id., " The Genera of European Nemerteans critically revised," Notes from the Leyden Museum (1879); Id., " Zur Anatomie u.
(1890), p. 461; Id., " Nemertines," in Blanchard's Traite de zoologie (1894); J.
Herouard, Traite de zoologie concrete (t.
5th Series, Zoologie, vol.
Zoologie (1880), vol.
In1848-1852appeared his important work Zoologie et paleontologie franraises, supplementary to the palaeontological publications of G.
He also wrote Histoire naturelle des mammiferes (1853, &c.); Zoologie medicale (1859, with P. J.
(1867); Zoologie et paleontologie generales (1867); Osteographie des cetaces (1869, &c., with van Beneden).
Hhrouard in Traite de zoologie concreie, pt.
Herouard, Traite de zoologie concrete, ii.
de zoologie, session de Bern, 1904), " The Present Problems of Palaeontology " (Address before Section of Zool.
212; (2) Hatschek, Lehrbuch der Zoologie (1891), pp. 316-326; (3) A.
For the development of Rhabdocoelida see (7) Bresslau, Zeitschrift fir wissenschaftliche Zoologie (1904), vol.
de la "Coquille," zoologie, p. 418), and now very generally adopted in English - of one of the most characteristic forms of New Zealand birds, the Apteryx of scientific writers.
Herouard, Traite de zoologie concrbte, iii., Echinodermes (Paris, 1904); A.
- References to the early literature concerning the group Arthropoda will he found in Carus, Geschichte der Zoologie.
From Delage and Herouard's Traits' de zoologie concrete, by permission of Schleicher Freres.
(1900); Delage and Herouard, Traite de zoologie concrete, vol.
Salle in the Revue et magazin de zoologie for 1861 (pp. 23-33).
3 A succinct notice of the older works on ornithotomy is given by Professor Selenka in the introduction to that portion of Dr Bronn's Klassen and Ordnungen des Thierreichs relating to birds (pp. 5-9) published in 1869; and Professor Carus's Geschichte der Zoologie, published in 1872, may also be usefully consulted for further information on this and other heads.
It will be enough merely to name Dumeril's Zoologie analytique (1806) and Gravenhorst's Vergleichende Ubersicht des linneischen and einiger neuern zoologischen Shaw and Systeme (1807); nor need we linger over Shaw's General Zoology, a pretentious compilation continued by Stephens.
The several attempts at system-making by Kaup, from his Allgemeine Zoologie in 1829 to his fiber Classification der Vogel in 1849, were equally arbitrary and abortive; but his Skizzirte Entwickelungs-Geschichte in 1829 must be here named, as it is so often quoted on account of the number of new genera which the peculiar views he had embraced compelled him to invent.
pp. 107-115), and from the report upon them by Isidore Geoffroy 1 He says from Oken's Naturgeschichte far Schulen, published in 1821, but the division is to be found in that author's earlier Lehrbuch der Zoologie (ii.
Sc., Zoologie, 4th series, vol.
In addition to the literature quoted see also the following: Rapport sur les recherches concernant l'huitre et l'ostreiculture public par la Commission de la Societe Neerlandaise de Zoologie (Leiden, 1883-1884); P. Brocchi, Traite de l'ostreiculture (Paris, 1883); Bashford Dean, European Oyster Culture, Bulletin U.S. Fish Commission, vol.
Milne-Edwards in the Annales des sciences naturelles for 1882 (6th series Zoologie, vol.
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