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Visit To The Original Locality Of Thk New Species Of

Arceuthobium In Warren County, N.Y. By C. C. Parry.M.D.. 404

On The Wyandotte Cave And Its Fauna. Illustrated. By Prof.

E. D. Cope. 40G

A New Entozoon From The Eel. Illustrated. By Rev. Samuel

Lockwood, Ph.D., 449

On The Use Of Monochromatic Sunlight, A6 An Aid To High-

Power Definition. By Dr. J. J. Woodward, U.S.A., .... 454

Some Of The Familiar Birds Of India. By Rev. H. J. Bruce, . 4G0

The Curious History Of A Butterfly. By Samuel H. Scudder, 513

On The Geology Of The Island Of Aquidnkck And The Neigh-
Boring Parts Of The Shores Of Narraganset Bay. With a
plate. By Prof. N. S. Shaler, 518,611,751

The New Immersion Illumination. Illustrated. By R. H.

Ward, M.D 528

On The Cause Of Deterioration In Some Of Our Native

Grape-vines, And One Of The Probable Reasons Why

European Vines Have 60 Generally Failed With Us.
Illustrated. By Prof. C. V. Riley, 532, 622

Sequoia And Its History. By Prof. Asa Gray, 577

On The Occurrence Of Face Urns In Brazil. Illustrated. By

Prof. Charles Fred. Hartt, 007

Notes On Aboriginal Relics Known As "plummets." Illus-

trated. By John G. Henderson, 641

Contributions To The Natural History Of The Valley Of

Quito. No. III. By Prof. James Orton, G50

Notes On The Vegetation Of The Lower Wabash Valley. By

Robert Rldgway, G58, 724

Fossil Insects From The Rocky Mountains. By Samuel H.

Scudder, 605

The Geological Age Of The Coal Of Wyoming. By Edward

D. Cope, A.M 009

Effects Of Extraordinary Seasons On The Distribution Of

Animals And Plants. By Prof. N. S. Shaler, 071

The Baltimore Oriole And Carpenter-bee. By Rev. Samuel

Lockwood, Ph. D., 721

The Californian Trivia And Some Points In Its Distribution.

Illustrated. By Robert E. C Stearns, 732

The Alpine Flora Of Colorado. By Rev. E. L. Greene, . . . 734

Certain Peculiarities In The Crania Of The Mound-builders.

Illustrated. By J. W. Foster, LL. D., 738

On The Relation Between Organic Vigor And Sex. By Prof.

Henry Hartshorne, 747

Reviews And Book Notices.—Norwegian Zoology, p. 37. New Gala-
pagos Birds, p. 88. Recent British Ostracodes, p. 38. The American
Entomologist, p. 89. The Fossil Plants of Canada, p. 99. Anthropolog-

leal Institute of New York, p. 103. A new Catalogue of Butterflies, p.

160. Topographical Atlas of Massachusetts, p. 1C3. Two Late American

Papers on Ornithology, p. 105. Siebold's Parthenogenesis, p. 229. Ethnog-

raphy of the Shores of Behring Sea. p. 230. Early Stages of Dragon Flies,

p. 2;'.0. The Lens, p. 231. Geological Survey of Ohio, p. 281). The

Noxious and Beneficial Insects of Missouri. Illustrated, p. 292. Pond

Life, p. 295. Deep Sea Corals. Illustrated, p. 295. Views of the Mi-

croscopic World, p. 352. Revision of some of the American Butter-

flies, p. 354. Birds of Kansas, p. 359. Newton's Ornithological Register,

p. 361. Vegetable Parasites as Causes of Disease, p. 422. Scientific

Record, p. 471. The Boston Society's Ornithological Catalogue, p. 472.

Description of a Specimen of Balsenoptera musculus, p. 473. The Habits

of the Orca, p. 474. How Plants Behave, p. 475. Ornithological Works

in Prospect, p. 478. Prof. Snow's List of Kansas Birds, p. 482. Cata-

logue of the Penguins in the Museum of the Boston Society of Natural

History, p. 545. Notes on the Natural History of Fort Macon, N. C, and

Vicinity, p. 546. Giebel's Thesaurus, p. 549. Kecent Discoveries iu

Ornithotomy, p. 631. Guide to the Study of Iusects, p. 635. The Des-

mids, p. 635. Corals and Coral Islauds, p. 674. Man in the Past, Present

and Future, p. G80. The Birds of the Tres Marias and Socorro Islands,

p. C81. The Evolution of Life, p. 760. Illustrations of North American

Moths, p. 762. Fourth Report of the I'eabody Academy of Science, p.

764. Birds of Kansas, p. 765.

Botany.— Dismissal of the late Botanist of the Department of Agri-
culture, p. 39. Potatoes Growing above Ground, p. 45. Helenium tenui-
folium. p. 45. On Utility in the Superabundance of Seeds and Pollen, p.
104. Plant Driers, p. 107. Late Flowering of the Gibbous Bladderwort,
p. 108. New American Variety of Asplenium fllix ftemina, p. 108. Influ-
ence of Green Light on the Sensitive Plant, p. 108. Structure of the
Closed Flowers of Impatiens, p. 109. New Parasitic Plant of the Mistle-
toe Family, p. 166. Floral Curiosity, p. 167. E. Hall's Collection of Dried
Plants of Oregon, p. 167. Dispersion of Spores, p. 108. Dispersion of
Seeds by the Wind, p. 231. Mimicry in Plants, p. 233. Nardosmia pal-
mata, p. 233. Prof. Babington on Anacharis, p. 297. Another Double
Wild Flower, p. 289. The Geographical Distribution of Composita;. p.
361. The Coloring Matter of Fungi, p. 301. New Stations of Rare Plants,
p. 302. Exuberance of Pollen, p. 426. Double Flowers of Ranunculus
rhomboideus, p. 427. Quercus alba, var. Gunuissonii, p. 427. The For-
mation of Ozone by Flowers, p. 428. Junipcrus occidentals, p. 428. Wild
Double-flowered Epigjea repens, p. 429. Experiments on Hybridization,
p. 429. Calypso, p. 429. Botany Forty Years ago, p. 485. Mooscwood
Fibre, p. 4S7. Obione Suckleyana Torrey, p. 487. Botanical Notabilia, p.
487. Correction, p. 487. Acclimatization of Plants, p. 551. Effects of the
Eruption of Vesuvius on Vegetation, p. 551. I.emna polyrrhiza, p. 036.
New Botanical Works, p. 630. Law of Angular Divergence in the Brandies
of Plants, p. 682. Classification of the Gray Pine, p. 084. The Vegetable
Nature of Diatoms, p. 684. Office of Bud Scales, etc., p. 685. Seeds as
Projectiles, p. 685. Alpine Flowers, p. 686. Fertilization of Yucca by a
Moth, p. 765. Trees and Kiiin, p. 760. Acer nigrum with Stipules, p. 767.
A Seaweed New to our Coast, p. 767.

Zoology.— Carboniferous Keptiles of Ohio, p. 46. Note on the Prairie

Dog, p. 46. Ornithological Query, p. 47. Birds found Breeding in the

Catskill Mountains, p. 47. Fishes as Surgeons, p. 48. A Sea Bird inland,

p. 4'J. Note on Hemirhampus Richardi? p. 49. Occurrence of the

Orchard Oriole in South Carolina, p. 49. Tulip Trees Destroyed by

Bark Lice, p. 51. Instinct or Reason in the Robin, p. 52. Laboratory for

Marine Zoology, p. 52. Hybrids, p. 53. The Etheostomoids. Illustrated.

p. 109. Butterfly Notes, 1871, p. 115. Iowa Butterflies, p. 116. Youug

«>f the Blind Fish, p. 116. Serpents Wanned by a Lizard, p. 168. Flying

Spiders, p. 1G8. Embryonic Larva; of Butterflies, p. 169. Propagation of

Salmon, p. 170. An Ornithological Blunder, p. 172. Albinism and Mela-

nism, p. 173. Dredgings in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, p. 174. The Origin

of Insects, p. 174. Change in the Habits of a Bird, p. 175. Reproduction

of Sturgeon, p. 175. Partial Development of Eggs without Fertilization,

p. 176. Flora and Fauna of the Azores, p. 176. Circulation in Insects, p.

178. Note of Icterus Baltimore, p. 234. Note of Kana pipiens, p. 234.

Disappearance of the Colorado Potato Beetle at Niles, Michigan, p. 234.

Affinities of the Kingcrah, p. 235. Respiration of Fishes, p. 235. The

Great Northern Shrike and the English Sparrows, p. 23G. Peculiar Color-

ation in Fishes, p. 237. Duration of Life of the Danaus Archippus, p. 237.

American Leeches, p. 238. The last of ''Bonasa Jobsii," p. 300. Ornitho-

logical Blunders, p. 303. Vibrations of the Tail in Snakes, p. 304. The

Affinities of Crinoids, p. 305. Birds New to the Massachusetts Fauna, p.

306. Error in Darwin's Origin of Species, p. 307. Parthenogenesis among

Lepidoptera, p. 308. Naturalization of Salmonida;, p. 308. Curious

Habits of a Snake, p. 309. More about Singing Mice, p. 309. The Music

of the Rattlesnake, p. 310. Melanism, p. 310. A Rare Animal, p. 362.

Geographical Distribution of Bassaris astuta, p. 364. Colorado Potato

Beetle, p 364. Singing Maryland Marmot, p. 365. The Position of the

Centre of Gravity in Insects, p. 366. Occurrence of the Scissor-tuil Fly-

catcher in New Jersey, p. 367. Habits of the Young Cuckoo, p. 368.

Great Auk, p. 368. Activity of Trout and Salmon, p. 369. The Carolina

Hemlrhamphus, p. 369. Pouched Rat (Perognatus fasciatus), p. 369. A

Bird New to the United States, p. 370. The Nest, Eggs, and Breeding

Habits of Harporhynchus crissalis, p. 370. Intelligence In Monkeys, p.

371. New Birds in Southern Illinois, p. 430. The Anaesthetic School,

p. 431. Microlepidoptera, p. 432. On the Occurrence of a near Relative

of ..Egiotlius flavirostris, at Waltham, Mass.. p. 433. A Spike-horn Mule-

deer, p. 434. Economical Entomology, p. 435. On the Occurrence of

Setopliaga picta in Arizona, p. 436. Zoological Nomenclature, p. 436.

The Gregarious Rat of Texas, p. 487. Notes on Cemiostoma, p. 489. The

Rattle of the Rattlesnake, p. 490. Venomous Fish, p. 491. Vitality of
Reptiles, p. 491. Change of Temperature in Water Containing Recently

Fertilized Shad Eggs, p. 492. Another Note on the Same, p. 493. Nest

and Eggs of Helminthophaga Lucia;, p. 493. Occurrence of Couch's Ely-

catcher in the United States, p. 493. The Food of the Black Bear, p.

493. A New Locality for Zonites cellarius Miiller, p. 494. The Blind

Crayfish, p. 494. Calculi from the Stomach of a Horse, p. 552. Animals

of the Mammoth Cave, p. 653. The Opossum, p. 555. Habits of Tropic

Birds, p. 557. Geographical Variation, p. 559. Note on the Thread Worm,

(Fitaria anhingce) found in the Brain of the Snake Bird, p. 500. Vivipa-

rous Miunows, p. 5G1. Tornaria, the young Stage of Balanoglossus, p.

636. The Peculiar Coloration of Fishes, p. 637. A New Species of

Passeiculus from Eastern Massachusetts, p. 637. The Zoological Station

at Naples, p. 686. Faunal Provinces of the West Coast of America, p.

689. On Zoological Barriers, with Special Reference to South America,

p. 600. Absence of Eyes in Classification, p. G91. Vitality and Sex, p.

692. Spike-horned Muledeer, p. 692. The Rattle of the Rattlesnake, p.

693. Flies as a Means of Communicating Contagious Diseases, p. C94.

Embryology of Chelifer and Phalaugium. With cut. p. 767. Embry-

ology of the Myriopods, p. 768. The Kingbird or Bee Martin, p. 769.

Arachnactis the Young of Edvvardsia, p. 770. Swamp Rabbit (Lepus

aquaticus), p. 771. The Salt Lake Crustacean, p. 771. A colossal Oc-

topus. With cut. p. 772. Texas Field Mouse (Reithrodou Caroliuen-

sis?;, p. 772. Marine Crustacea in Lake Michigan. Correction, p. 773.

Albino Deer. p. 773.

Gkology.—Geology of the Phosphate Beds of South Carolina, p. 55.

Deep Sea Explorations, p. 58. Coal Beds in Panama, p. 59. Geology,

etc., in California, p. 117. Origin of the New England Glacier, p. 117.

The Chautauqua Mastodon, p. 178. A New Fossil Butterfly, p. 179. A

New Cave in Berks Co., Pennsylvania, p. 238. Glaciers in the Rocky

.Mountains, p. 310. Discovery of an Extinct Gigantic Bird of Prey in

New Zealand, p. 312. A Glacial Phenomenon, p. 372. A New Genus of

Ungulates, p. 438. Boulders in Coal, p. 439. Food of Plesiosaurus, p.

439. New and Remarkable Fossils, p. 495. Oil Creek Petroleum known

in the last Century, p. 638. Extinction of Birds in Mauritius, etc., p. 694.

The Eocene Genus Syuoplotherium, p. 695. New Land Shells from the

Coal Measures, p. 096. The Proboscidians of the American Eocene, p.

773. The Armed Metalophodon, p. 774. The Fish-beds of Osiuo, Ne-

vada, p. 775.

Anthropology.—Scalping, p. 118. Archaeological Chronology, p. 118.

Flathead Indians, p. 179. Another Lake Village, p. 313. Fossil Man in

France, p. 873. A Remarkable Indian Relic, p. 696. The Boomerang, p.

701. Antiquity of Man in France, p. 702. The Antiquity of Man in

America, p. 776.

Microscopy.—Angular Apciture, p. 59. Passage of Corpuscles through
the Blood-vessels, p. 60. Cutting and Staining Tissues, p. 61. Another

Erector, p. 62. American Microscopical Society of the City of New York,

p. 62. Improved Apparatus for Drawing with the Microscope, p. 62.

Micro-spectroscope, p. 62. Protoplasmic Life, p. 63. "Power " of Lenses,

p. 119. Photographic Micrometer and Goniometer, p. 120. The Diatom

Hoax, p. 121. The Red Blood-corpuscle, p. 121. A New Group of Infu-

soria, 123. Structure of Minute Organisms, p. 123. Pure Water, p. 124.

Railway Dust, p. 12+. Gases and Vapors in Micro-chemistry, p. 18+.

Micropliotography, p. 185. Curious Varieties of the Liber, p. 185. Lep-

idopterous Scales, p. 18G. Grinding Diamond Points, p. 186. Vitality as

Afl'ected by •Temperature, p. 187. Microscopical Manipulations, p. 187.

Fibres of Flax and Hemp, p. 187. Darwinism and Histology, p. 187.

Staining and Cutting Leaves, p. 187. Alternation of Generations in

Fungi, p. 187. Preservation of Fresh-water Polyzoa, p. 188. Crystalli-

zation of Metals in Electricity, p. 188. Conjugation in Rhizopods, p. 188.

Photographing by Black-ground Illumination, p. 188. Cleaning Diatoms,

p. 188. Microscopical Structure of the Wax or Bloom of Plants, p. 188.

An Improved Mode of Capillary Circulation, p. 239. The New Erecting

Arrangement, p. 2+0. Note on the Above Remarks, p. 2+1. Oblique

Illumiuatiofl, p. 2+1. Glycerine in Microscopy, p. 2+2. Practical His-

tology, p. 2+2. Variations in Size of Red Blood-corpuscles, p. 2+2.

Comparative Size of Red Blood-corpuscles, p. 2+3. Vitality of Organic

Germs at High Temperature, p. 2+3. Object Teaching in Microscopy,

p. 2+3. Size of Blood-discs, p. 2+3. Raphldcs and Plant-crystals, p. 2++.

Respiration in Abranchiate Worms, p. 2++. Development of Hydrodictyon,

p. 2+5. The Maltwood Finder, p. 2+5. The Microscope in the Lecture

Room, p. 31+. Angular Aperture, p. 315. Preparation and Preservation

of Tissues, p. 315. Absorption of Solid Particles, p. 310. Multiplying

Species, p. 31G. Development of Vegetable and Animal Life, p. 317.

The Leucocytes, p. 317. Exogens and Endogens, p. 318. A Conspectus

of the DiatomacesD, p. 318. Photo-micrographs Popularized, p. 318.

Deep-sea Life, p. 373. Infusorial Life, p. 37+. The Nature of Miasm.

p. 37+. Eels in Paste, p. 375. The Origin of Guano, p. 375. Arbores-

cent Silver, p. 375. Artificial Fossils, p. 370. Nomenclature of Objectives,

p. 370. Corrections to Prof. Tattle's Paper in May Naturalist, p. 378. A

New Erecting Prism. With ads. p.+39. Stephenson's Binocular, p.++1.

Opaque Illumination under High Powers, p. 4+1. Collins' Light Cor-

rector, p. ++2. Measurement of Angular Aperture, p. ++2. Organisms

in Chicago Hydrant Water, p. 443. Record of New Fungi, p. 4+3. Podura

Scales, p. ++3. The Study of "difficult Diatoms," p. +++. Cells for

Mounting Objects, p. +97. The Common Paraboloid as an Immersion

Instrument, p. 498. Bichromatic Vision, p. +99. New Arrangement of

Spring Clips, p. 499. Single Front Objectives, p. 500. Microscopy at

the American Medical Association, p. 500. Structure of Diatoms, p. 500.

Origin of Cancerous Deposits, p. 501. The Nerve of the Tooth, p. 501.

Misnaming Objectives, p. 502. Nomenclature of Objectives, p. 50+.

Photo-mechanical Printing, p. 502. Lenses, Dry or Immersion, p. 563.

Angular Aperture of Objectives, p. 56+. Organisms in Croton Water,

p. 565. Distribution and Action of Nerves, p. 565. Crystalline Forms

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