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Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol. XVI (1893)

  • 1894
Washington, D.C.: G. P. O.
  • Includes article: Stearns, Robert E. C. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. No. XXV. Report on the mollusk-fauna of the Galapagos Islands with descriptions of new species, pp. 353-450.

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Date
1894
Publisher
Washington, D.C.: G. P. O.
Language
English
Description of Original
x, 808 pages : illustrations
For Staff
METS

Available Contents

  1. [Cover]
  2. [Title page] Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. Volume XVI. 1893
  3. Table of contents
  4. List of illustrations
  5. Introduction to a monograph of the North American Bats
  6. Notes on the genera of Vespertilionidæ [Vespertilionidae]
  7. Notes on a few fossil plants from the Fort Union group of Montana, with a description of one new species
  8. On a collection of batrachians and reptiles from Mount Orizaba, Mexico, with descriptions of two new species
  9. Description of two supposed new species of swifts
  10. Notes on American Hemiptera heteroptera
  11. Catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of Central America and southern Mexico
  12. On the making of gelatin casts
  13. Catalogue of the crabs of the family Maiidæ [Maiidae] in the U.S. National Museum
  14. Notes on erian (devonian) plants from New York and Pennsylvania
  15. Notes on Nematophyton crassum
  16. No. XXIII Report on the Actiniæ [Actinlae] collected by the United States Fish Commission steamer Albatross during the winter of 1887-1888
  17. On the status of the Gray Shrike, collected by Capt. Blakiston, in Yezo, Japan
  18. Thowing-sticks from Mexico and California
  19. Scientific results of explorations by the United States Fish Commission steamer Albatross. No. XXIV
  20. Notes on some fossil plants from the trinity division of the comanche series of Texas
  21. Observations on the blind crayfishes of Indiana, with a description of a new subspecies; Cambarus pellucidus testii
  22. The Shofar-its use and origin
  23. List of diatomaceæ [diatomaceae] from a deep-sea dredging in the Atlantic Ocean off Delaware Bay by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross
  24. Description of a new species of cyprinoid fish, Couesius greeni, from the head waters of Frazer River in British Columbia
  25. Note on the wall-eyed pollack (Pollachius chalcogrammus fucensis) of Puget Sound
  26. Preliminary report on the molluscan species collected by the United States scientific expedition to West Africa, in 1889-'90
  27. On rare or little known mollusks from the west coast of North and South America, with descriptions of new species
  28. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. No. XXV. Report on the mollusk-fauna of the Galapagos Islands with descriptions of new species
  29. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. No. XXVI .Report on the pteropods and heterpods collected by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross during the voyage from Norfolk, Va., to San Francisco, Cal., 1887-'88
  30. Diagnosis of a new Californian lizard
  31. Description of a supposed new species of Odontophorus from southern Mexico
  32. A subtropical miocene fauna in arctic Siberia
  33. Notes on a collection of birds from eastern Nicaragua and the Rio Frio, Costa Rica, with a description of a supposed new trogon
  34. Description of a new species of fruit bat, Pteropus aldabrensis, from Aldabra Island
  35. Notice of the crustaceans collected by the United States scientific expedition to the west coast of Africa
  36. A descriptive catalogue of the harvest-spiders (Phalangiidæ [Phalangiidae]) of Ohio
  37. Scientific results of the U.S. eclipse expedition to West Africa, 1889-'90: report upon the Insecta, Arachnida, and Myriopoda
  38. On some fossil unios and other fresh-water shells from the drift at Toronto, Canada: with a review of the distribution of the Unionidæ [Unionidae] of northeastern North America
  39. Descriptions of some new birds collected on the islands of Aldabra, and Assumption, northwest of Madagascar, by Dr. W. L. Abbott
  40. Notes on a small collection of mammals from the Tana River, East Africa, with descriptions of new species
  41. Remarks on the avian genus Myiarchus, with special reference to M. yucatanensis lawrence
  42. On a small collection of birds from Costa Rica
  43. Notes on a third installment of Japanese birds in the Science College Museum, Tokyo, Japan, with descriptions of new species
  44. Land shells of the genus Bulimulus in lower California, with descriptions of several new species
  45. Descriptions of new species of American fresh-water crabs
  46. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. No. XVII Catalogue of a collection of birds made in Alaska by Mr. C. H. Townsend during the cruise of the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross, in the summer and autumn of 1888
  47. A revision of the genus Formicarius boddaert
  48. Description of a new storm petrel from the coast of western Mexico
  49. Description of a new species of mouse (Sitomys decolorus) from Central America
  50. Description of a new Geothlypis from Brownsville, Texas
  51. The proper generic name of the Tunnies
  52. The shell heaps of the east coast of Florida
  53. Description of a new Blennioid fish from California
  54. Notes on Myriapoda from Loanda, Africa, collected by Mr. Heli Chatelaine, including a description of a new genus and species
  55. Description of a new species of blind-snakes (Typhlopidæ [Typhlopidae]) from the Congo free state
  56. On some collections of reptiles and batrachians from East Africa and the adjacent islands, recently received from Dr. W. L. Abbott and Mr. William Astor Chanler, with descriptions of new species
  57. Notes on recent collections of North American land, fresh water, and marine shells received from the U. S. Department of Agriculture
  58. On the relationships of Taylor's mouse, Sitomys taylori
  59. Notes on the natural history of Aldabra, Assumption and Glorioso Islands, Indian Ocean
  60. Remarks on Japanese Quails
  61. Notes on birds of central Mexico, with descriptions of forms believed to be new
  62. Index
  63. [Cover]