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PROCEEDINGS

OF THE SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

OF THE

ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY

OF LONDON

FOR THE YEAR

PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY, AND SOLD AT THEIR HOUSE IN HANOVER SQUARE. LONDON : MESSRS. LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO, PATERNOSTER ROW.

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OF THE

COUNCIL AND OFFICERS

OF THE

ZOOLOGICAL

SOCIETY OF LONDON.

1887.

COUNCIL.

(Elected April 29, 1887.)

Proressor W. H. Frower, C.B., LL.D., F.R.S., President.

Lrevr.-Gen. Tur Lorp Anincer, C.B.

Wiir1am T. Branrorp, Esq., F.R.S.

Masor-Gen. Henry Crerx, R.A., F.R.S.

Henry E. Dresser, Esq.

Cuar.tes Drummonp, Esq., T’rea- surer.

Sir Joseph Fayrer, K.C.S.L., F.R.S., Vice-President.

Joun P. Gasstor, Esq.

Cot. James A. Grant, C.B.,C.8.L, F.R.S.

De. A. C. L. G. Ginrner, F.R.S., Vice-President.

Dr. Epwarp Haminton, Vice- President.

E. W. H. Hoxipsworra, Esq.

Proressor Mtvarz, F.R.S., Vice- President.

Proresson ALFRED Newron, M.A., F.R.S., Vice-President.

Henry Pottocg, Esq.

Toe Lorp Arraur Rosset, Vice-President.

Howarp Savunprrs, Esq., F.L.S.

Pui Lurtey Scrater, Esq., M.A.,Ph.D., F.R.S., Secretary.

Heyry Sresoum, Esq.

JosepH Travers Surru, Esq.

Surcron-Gen, L. C. Srewarr.

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS.

P. L. Scrarer, Esq., M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S., Secretary. Frank E. Brpparp, Esq., M.A., Prosector.

Mr. A. D. Barrierr, Superintendent of the Gardens. Mr. F. H. Warernovuse, Librarian,

Mr. Joun Barrow, Accountant.

Mr. W. J. Witttams, Chief Clerk.

LIST

OF TILE

CONTELE U-LORS,

With References to the several Articles contributed by each.

Page ApraAuam, Rev. NENDICK. On the Habits of the Tree Trapdoor Spider of Graham’s DROWN ee Siete he tetas ee ke Scares ates eters Poise Sem

Barttett, A. D., Superintendent of the Society’s Gardens.

Remarks upon the Moulting of the Great Bird of Paradise.. 392 Bates, H. W., F.R.S. See JAcopy, Martin.

Bepparp, Franx E., M.A., F.R.S.E., F.Z.S., Prosector to the Society, Lecturer on Biology at Guy’s Hospital.

Notes on Brachyurus calvus. (Plate XII.) ........... 119

On the Structure of a new Genus of Lumbricide (Tham- MOESIUE: PUAPUIRE) PR a 3 rata ds ee be eek dle aie ee 154

Contributions to the Anatomy of Earthworms.—Nos. L., Meath (late ek UU.) 2: covers arate s Slats oig'aa Sap eeOT SE

Note on a Point in the Structure of Myrmecobius ...... 527 Contributions to the Anatomy of Earthworms.—No. IV.. 544

Notice of a Memoir entitled Observations on the Structure of Hooker’s Sea-Lion (Arctocephalus hookeri)”.......... 640

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Bett, F. Jerrrey, M.A., Sec. R.M.S., F.Z.S., Professor of m Comparative Anatomy in King’s College, London. Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a bifid specimen of Nereis BOVGT ICT Re Ss 2 cid siN res Se oes orale he OT a ee ata 3 Report on a Collection of Echinodermata from the Anda- man Aslinds: (Plate XVI) oc0.5. 505. os 9 oe cles 139 Extracts from a communication sent to him by Mr. Edgar Thurston, containing Observations on two Species of Batra-

chianaiof the Genus Caragus’. «2 sec. von dwn 22 ee 189 Report on the Echinodermata collected by the Officers of H.M.S. Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island ............ 523 Studies in the Holothuroidea.—VI. Descriptions of new ROERIE SC EIALE LG WVaye cs 2 kc. eo os dn oes ot.c.e Me ee Exhibition of, and remarks upon, the integumentary glands of a Rocky-Mountain Goat ..................-. 579

Bett, F. Jerrrey, M.A., Sec.R.M.S., F.Z.S., and Smrru, Epear A., F.Z.S. Observations on the British Marine Area”.......... 560

Brore, Surgeon-Gen., C.1.E., C.M.Z.S. Exhibition of a photograph of, and remarks upon, Elephants AEUIBERMANCOMBTCSS <ciccs vie cies sche 4e 62.2 iy Biot we erase aie 560

BLanrorpD, Wi1LL1AM Tuomas, F.R.S., F.Z.S., &c. Critical Notes on the Nomenclature of Indian Mammals.. 620

Bovutencer, G. A., F.Z.S. List of the Reptiles collected by Mr. H. H. Johnston on the Cameroons Mountain ................. <o. soem 127 On a Collection of Reptiles and Batrachians made by Mr. H. Pryer in the Loo Choo Islands. (Plates XVII. & XVIII.) 146

On a new Geckoid Lizard from British Guiana ........ 153 An Account of the Fishes collected by Mr. C. Buckley in Eastern Ecuador. (Plates XX.-XXIV.).............--- 274

Second Contribution to the Herpetology of the Solomon glands. “(Plate XXXVI)... 300. ene Hee es!

= ' Page On a new Gecko, of the Genus Chondrodactylus, from

theuatahaty Deseret yey nee ea face ck Sauteed. ae oe wae ooo On a new Snake of the Genus Lamprophis now living in

the Society’s Gardens. (Plate XXXIV.) .........5.4.. 397 Report on the Reptiles collected by the Officers of H.M.S.

Flying-Fish on Christmas Island...............0.+2 516 On the Systematic Position of the Genus Miolania, Owen

(Geratochelda: WAMKIEY )— orce. icc cs fe oe ad Dos aes ee ace 554 Notes on Emys blandingit. (Plate L.) .............. 555

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, some living specimens of

an African Batrachian (Xenopus levis)..........+++00008 563 A List of the Reptiles and Batrachians collected by Mr.

H. H. Johnston on the Rio del Rey, Cameroons District,

Bed AUER Sr Pisin alae 3,0 Ph aah aces, la, arate Aue ate 564

On a new Species of Hyla from Port Hamilton, Corea, based on an example living in the Society’s Gardens.

(Place Ws )ro a Se Po hk BP oak he, aces 578 Description of a new Genus of Lizards of the Family Wetted? > BER asd, SUA SOLIS MIDIEUS ted: tere ate seam 640

An Account of the Fishes obtained by Surgeon-Major A. S. G. Jayakar at Muscat, East Coast of Arabia. (Plate LIV.) 653

Brapy, H. B., F.R.S., Parger, W. K., F.R.S., and Jones, T. Rupert, F.R.S.

Notice of Memoir on the Foraminifera procured on the Abrohlos Bank during the Cruise of H.M.S. ‘Plumper’ .. 3

BurMeEIsTER, Dr. H., F.M.Z.S.

Letter from, describing a Humming-bird from Tucuman.. 633

Butter, Artuur G., F.L.S., F.Z.S8., &e.

Report on the Lepidoptera collected by the Officers of H.M.S. Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island.............. 522

On two small Collectious of African Lepidoptera recently received from Mr. H. H. Johnston .................... 567

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Page CockERELL, T. D. A. Exhibition of, and notes upon, some Mollusca taken at Isleworth; Middlesexs 300 8.0225 oe ee ee eee 562 " Davis, James W., F.G.S. &e. Note on a Fossil Species of Chlamydoselachus.......... 542 Day, Francis, C.1.E., F.Z.8. Exhibition of a specimen of a hybrid Pilchard, and of a specimen of a Salmo purpuratus raised in this country .... 50 On a supposed Hybrid between the Pilchard (Clupea pil- chardus) and the Herring (C. harengus), and on a specimen of Salmo purpuratus: 4 (Plate: XV.) 6.0. scsie eet oe. cnet. 2 28 On the Occurrence of Scorpena scrofa off the South Coast OE ding] ih des pap ae ee etn arias ta ata cia dial at arte 0 a 342 Drnpy, Artuur, B.Sc., F.L.S. Abstract of a Memoir on the West-Indian Chalinine, with Descriptions of new Species ......... Eee RRO Re eee 903

Report on the Porifera collected by the Officers of H.M.S. ‘Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island. (Plate XLIV.)...... 524 Dosson, G. E., M.A., F.R.S., F.Z.S., &c.

On the Genus J/yosorex, with Description of a new Species from the Rio del Rey (Cameroons) District.............. 575

Doveuas-Ocitpy, J. See Ogitpy, J. Doveas.

Dresser, Henry E., F.Z.S. Exhibition of, and remarks upon, some specimens of a Tit- mouse obtained by Dr. Guillemard in Cyprus............ 563

Druce, Hersert, F.L.S., F.R.G.S., F.Z.S.

Descriptions of some new Species of Lepidoptera Hetero- cera, mostly from Tropical Africa. (Plate LV.).......... 668

Exwes, Henry Joun, F.Z.S8. Description of some new Lepidoptera from Sikkim ...... 444

vil Page Everett, A., C.M.Z.S. Extract from a letter, containing a notice of the Collection made by Mr. Whitehead on Kina Balu Mountain in Nor- thernwboOrneo). pas Mabe Rin ctsioctts onic ate aie se clasnesreenis OS

Fisk, Rev. Grorce H. R., C.M.Z.S.

Extract from a letter, respecting the killing and eating, by a Mouse, of a young venomous Snake ............-. 340

Frower, Wittiam Hewry, C.B., LL.D., F.R.S., F.LS., President of the Society, Director of the Natural History Collection, British Museum.

Extracts from a letter from Dr. Emin Pasha, containing some remarks upon Natural History specimens procured in Monbot tna has Sit Maen Seat ott he cknrrneeaet 468

Exhibition of a photograph of, and remarks upon, a specimen of Rudolphi’s Whale (Balenoptera borealis) taken in) thepihaiies = kteak ba aieetetet entities © feds, Sie aisle seal aha 564 On the Pygmy Hippopotamus of Liberia, Hippopotamus liberiensis (Morton), and its claims to distinct Generic Rank 612

Garrett, ANDREW, of Huahine, Society Islands. On the Terrestrial Mollusks of the Viti Islands.—-Part I. 164 On the Terrestrial Mollusks of the Viti Islands\—Part II. 284

Gietiot1, Henry H., C.M.Z.S., and Satvaport, THoMaAs,

C.M.Z.S. Brief Notes on the Fauna of Corea and the adjoining coast om Manchuria.oc( Plate TN), 6104-2). ae oie apedarsabis, Wess 580

Gopman, Frevrerick DuCanz, F.R.S., F.LS., F.Z.8. See Satvin, Ossert, F.R.S.

Goruam, Rev. H. S., F.Z.S., F.E.S. On the Classification of the Coleoptera of the Subfamily Tpiigiiamles ys. 82d fea) oh aie oni 5 ae Aatbie al eases 358 Revision of the Japanese Species of the Coleopterous Family Endomychide. (Plate LITT.) ..........0-- aid eise's Seige) Oke

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Grant, W. R. Ocitvir.

A List of the Birds collected by Mr. Charles Morris Woodford in the Solomon Archipelago. (Plate XXVIL.)..

GinrHer, ALBert, C.L.G., M.A., M.D., Ph.D., F.R.S., V.P.Z.S., Keeper of the Zoological Department, British Museum.

Exhibition of a hybrid between a Golden Pheasant and a Reeves’ Pheasant, also of a hybrid between a white Fantail Procounauiliay Collared) Dove. i026. 2c chey a eee

Report on a Zoological Collection made by the Officers of H.M.S. Flying-Fish’ at Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. (Plates RL LK ULV iio ciace tS hes pases

Descriptions of two new Species of Fishes from Mauritius.

GRlates Seb VT T&L Rh pire in oye Ke

Howes, G. B., F.Z.S., F.L.8., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Normal School of Science and R. School of Mines, 8. Kensington.

On the Skeleton and Affinities of the Paired Fins of Cera- todus, with Observations upon those of the Elasmobranchii. (Plates 1 11T) s. <a eee

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, an original drawing of

328

903

the head of an abnormal Palinurus (P. penicillatus) ...... 468 On a hitherto unrecognized Feature in the Larynx of the Anurous Amphibia 491 Hung, A. O., C.B., F.Z.S. Remarks on certain Asiatic Ruminants.——I. Budorcas taxicolor, Hodgson. The Gnu-goat or Takin .. Fonad ter Jacosy, Martin, F.E.S. Descriptions of the Phytophagous Coleoptera of Ceylon, obtained by Mr. George Lewis during the years 1881-82. (Blates Ras). aes on « o.0/se Ys Sad WR oo, re 65

1X Page List of a small Collection of Coleoptera obtained by Mr. W.

L. Sclater in British Guiana. With the Description of a new Species by H. W. Bares, F.RS. ........00.. 0200: 490

JENNER-WEIR, J. See Weir, JOHN JENNER. Jonrs, T. Rupert, F.R.S. &c. See Brapy, H. B. Kirsy, W. F., F.E.S., Assistant in the Zoological Department,

British Museum. Notice of a Memoir on the Subfamily Zibelluline ...... 470

Leecu, Joun Henry, B.A., F.R.G.S., F.L.S., F.Z.S., &e.

Exhibition of specimens of some new Butterflies from Japan and Corea

On the Lepidoptera of Japan and Corea.—Part I. Rho- palocera. (Plates XXXV. & XXXVI.) ...............-- 398 Le Sovrr, AuBert A. C., C.M.Z.S. Letter from, containing remarks upon some living Duck- bills (Ornithorhynchus paradoxus) in confinement at Melbourne 363 Mactear, Captain. Report-on ‘Christmasctstan@: jaro. fs settee «aceon + --o ols a 508 Menzaier, Dr. M., C.M.Z.S., Professor in the University of Moscow.

On a new Caucasian Goat (Capra severtzowi, sp. n.) .... 618

Natausius, W. von.

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, some preparations of UR CCRECERBSE Ma's (acl ge Ny |S eyzayecs: 6) shale rm SSS eeiNe 599

Newton, Aurrep, M.A., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.Z.S., Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in the University of Cambridge.

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a specimen of Bulwer’s Petrel found in Yorkshire Nicfvittz, Lionet pz, F.E.S. Descriptions of some new or little-known Butterflies from India, with some Notes on the Seasonal Dimorphism obtaining in the Genus Melanitis. (Plates XXXIX.& XL.) ...... 448

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OeiLBy, J. Dovewas, Ichthyological Department, Australian <a Museum, Sydney. Description of a little-known Australian Fish of the Genus GATEUN) oe ce ate = Sebel MOS o's Sok Dey + lame BGR wee gee 393 On an undescribed Fish of the Genus Prionurus from PRTSDPAMR Osea 6 va dig Sia. 5.3 gee Pave eee ee eaicne ee 395 On a new Genus and Species of Australian Mugilide.... 614 On'ainew Genus of Percidass< 2: Os 2. So tee oe tae 616

Ogitvie-Grant, W. R. See Grant, W. R. Ocitvie.

Parker, T. Jerrery, B.Sc., C.M.Z.S., Professor of Biology in the University of Otago, New Zealand. Notes on Carcharodon rondeletii. (Plates 1V.-VIII.) .. 27

Parker, T. Jerrery, B.Sc., C.M.Z.S., and Scott, Professor dj J. Notice of a memoir on a Whale of the Genus Zphiius, recently obtained near Dunedin, New Zealand............ 342

Parker, W. K., F.R.S., &. See Brapy, H. B.

Pasua, Dr. Emin, C.M.Z.S. Letter from, referring to some Collections sent to the British Museum. 755082. s oe knee, LOW eee eee 564

Purirson, H. M., C.M.Z.S. Letter from, concerning living specimens of two Snakes .. 639

Pocock, R. Inngs. Report on the Crustacea collected by the Officers of H.M.S. Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island ............ 520

Poutton, E. B., M.A., F.Z.S., F.L.S., of Jesus and Keble Colleges, Oxford, Lecturer on Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington.

The Experimental Proof of the Protective Value of Colour and Markings in Insects in reference to their Vertebrate MEMOS *. ESE Aso) = ial Sm ot ndeswoelatio\ale fu’ chaltehe ona aa rod 191

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Page Satvapor1, Tuomas, C.M.Z.S., and Giguiot1, Henry H., C.M.Z.S.

Brief Notes on the Fauna of Corea and the adjoining

coast of Munchuna. ‘(Elate Ls) \. J2..5) 00% wad low siat 580 Savin, OsBert, F.R.S., F.Z.S.

Exhibition, on behalf of Mr. F. D. Godman, and remarks

upon, a pair of Ornithoptera victori@ ..............44. 190 Saunpers, Howarp, F.L.S., F.Z.S., &c.

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a specimen of the Medi- terranean Black-headed Gull (Larus melanocephalus), shot MGdiy Caren. V AemOpG a, bo. 35. ene msaitn nit, bare aude “jo aga 2

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a Harlequin Duck (Cos- monetta histrionica) shot near the Farne Islands. ........ 319

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a specimen of Saaicola tgnbellenm, shot,in, Oomberlanda ss sa ised om o> 20, oes sh4iefeh we 579

ScuaTER, Puinie Lutiey, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S., Secretary to the Society.

Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in LDF) i) al tstel OR Ree BO 8 rs eo me SE l

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a specimen of a rar Parrots Olirgsotia, Godintiy. -1\.83.<\:0'0)ao1s siete 2jc08as acheieddi. siete 2

Characters of new Species of Birds of the Family Tyran- niae, (PlateEX.)....n0).s572 Beblatn > oa» thee Glave ene 47

Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in Dariary LEAs coe a Oe a dele tise © Soe Lee 138

Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in BRED ravauriyll OO ghee seie eke a Si5:2 << e:iaai/ a eae eaten fe tee 319

Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in IIE] eo (7c a an eR ES eee Cece oemae mis |

Extracts from a letter addressed to him by the Rev. Geo. H. R. Fisk, C.M.Z.S., respecting the killing and eating, by a Mouse, of a young venomous Snake .......-....2-.. 5 340

xii Page Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a set of eleven photo- graphs, representing objects of Natural areas collected by General Prejevalski in Central Asia .... .....-....+--+-- 362 Extract from a letter addressed to him by Mr. Albert A. C. Le Souef, C.M.Z.S., containing remarks upon some living Duckbills (Ornithorhynchus paradoxus) in confinement at

Melboume%; tr. sagas Ws ldo he tb hid eee ieee 363 Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in PATEL S/, cerrste tattne the haiellp aisienie © actinic ecg '6. Seen ae 396

Extracts from a letter addressed to him by Mr. Roland Trimen, F.Z.S., respecting the obtaining of a second example ol Laniarwusiatrocroceus . .e22).).ad hah aM ee 396 Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in- Mayes / anil. chore ia ll. econ songs hea Jo eee 282 Remarks upon specimens of two Species of North-American Foxes living in the Society’s Gardens ..........02...005 482 Exhibition of, and remarks upon, the skin of a White- nosed Monkey (Cercopithecus ascanias?).........-...... 502 Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a specimen A of a Pitessaae from Northern Afghanistan (Phasianus principalis)........ 502 Note on the Wild Goats of the Caucasus .......... 2... 552 Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in June, July, August, September, and October, 1887 ............ 558 Report on the additions to the Society’s Menagerie in November W687 % .. 20%. Jo 2taitt Wy. gid yeas te eeeoatel 638

Extract of a letter from Dr. Burmeister, F.M.Z.S., and remarks on a supposed new Humming-bird RO or Gurmeisteni)ip «4 ve. : Swi ee Rd Ven wed CAM iee cee ee eRe 638

Scrater, W. L., B.A., F.Z.S. Notes on the Peripatus of British Guiana ............ 130

Scott, Prof. J. H., and Parker, Prof. T. Jerrery.

Notice of a memoir on a Whale of the Genus Ziphius, recently obtained near Dunedin, New Zealand ............ 342

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Page Srrsoum, Henry, F.L.S., F.Z.S., &. Description of a supposed new Species of the Genus Merula MEANS G IE CARETIOR, Seige we: ary Uw Sctays Sa gioe owes us ance. DOE

Suarpe, R. Bownter, F.L.S., F.Z.S., &c., Department of Zoology, British Museum.

On asecond Collection of Birds formed by Mr. L. Wray in the Mountains of Perak, Malay Peninsula. (Plates XX XVII. BNC TNS eee Saree Wee cclee act eee ee AL

Notes on Specimens in the Hume Collection of Birds.— No.5. On Surat mam gayi «322 foe eden ds elcuentes acalendt 470

Report on the Birds collected by the Officers of H.M.S. ‘Flying-Fish on Christmas Island. (Plate XLIII.)...... 515

On a new Species of Colyton ies Swe Sake cues spencers 558

SHELLEY, Capt. G. E., F.Z.S.

On a Collection of Birds made by Mr. H. H. Johnston in the Cameroons Mountain. (Plates XIII. & XIV.)........ 122

SHUFELDT, R. W., M.D., C.M.Z.S. Notes on the Visceral Anatomy of certain Auks........ 43

Smiru, Epear A., F.Z.S.

On the Mollusca collected on the Cameroons Mountain by

Mir tT (GEG MO WMSHON EL o hs sh sad Mion ntinda eebiad ehla wl 27 Notes on a small Collection of Shells from the Loo Choo

IR te ite alates wena aslz ater. tegia aed) na einelt ost) 316 Report of the Mollusks collected by the Officers of

H.M.S. Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island.............. 517 Notes on three Species of Shells from the Rio del Rey,

CR MEROUNS reuse a ciaigthsces 2c 22 aia e vo ae, ee ae 566

Smita, Enear A., F.Z.S., and Bec, Prof. F. Jerrrey, F.Z.S.

Observations on the British Marine Area”? .......... 560

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Styan, F. W., F.Z.S. Exhibition of a series of eggs of Chinese birds.......... 2

Sutron, J. Brann, F.R.C.S., Lecturer on Comparative Anatomy, Middlesex Hospital, Erasmus Wilson Lecturer on Pathology, Royal College of Surgeons.

On some Specimens of Disease from Mammals in the , Society’s Gardens ........ Sea eee Y ceo Gunetees Meee 364

On the Arm-glands of the Lemurs .................. 369

Symonps, Epmonp, of Kroonstad, Orange Free State.

Notes on some Species of South-African Snakes ........ 486

TaczanowskI, L., C.M.ZS.

Liste des Oiseaux recueillis en Corée par M. Jean WealMOWSKE 5/5 sciccempa ek su sake Bignlersiekn cise? Gounts Slane 596

TEGETMEIER, W. B., F.Z.S.

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, some heads of the Sumatran Rhinoceros, from Sarawak, Borneo ............ 3

Tuomas, OLDFIELD, F.Z.S.

List of Mammals from the Cameroons Mountain, collected

by. Mr. H. H. Jobnsion’ Ac. knoe cea: ae netomat On the small Mammalia collected in Demerara by Mr. W.

L.-Selater.,,. (Plate SUR2)) 2.3 wry us hstld-taeatle eee 150 On the Bats collected by Mr. C. M. Woodford in the

Solomon Islands. (Plates XXV. & XXVI.) ............ 320 On the Milk-dentition of the Koala...............2.. 338

Report on the Mammalia collected by the Officers of H.M.S. ‘Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island. (Plates XLI. S RDLIL)), pfs Sty epeeeipinectes volaeiate aeats aa ae eee ae

TuHomson, ARTHUR. Report on the Insect-house for 1886 ............-00. 50

Exhibition of, and remarks upon, specimens of Papilio porthaon reared in the Society’s Insect-house ............ 468

XV Page TrimEn, Roanp, F.RS., F.Z.S., &e. Letter from, respecting the obtaining of a second example Ole LAntarinS GIOCTOLERS 2s fa/< 52 e's nes ae tare oe ee Se oe 396

On Bipalium kewense at the Cape .................. 548

Wareruouse, CHartes O., F.E.S. On some Coleopterous Insects collected by Mr. H. H. Johnston on the Cameroons Mountain ............. Bete Bs Note on a new Parasitic Dipterous Insect of the Family Ra pae DONG TE es Mae teat a watiaels oh ccaloye's where Ao teen sheds gate wa 163

Report on the Coleoptera collected by the Officers of H.M.S. Flying-Fish’ on Christmas Island.............. 520

Weir, Joun JENNER, F.Z.S. Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a skull of a feral Boar (Sus scrofa), obtained at Tauranga, New Zealand ........ 397

Winv.ie, Bertram C. A., M.A., M.D. (Dubl.), Professor of Anatomy in the Queen’s College, Birmingham.

On the Anatomy of Hydromys chrysogaster .......... 53

Woopwarp, A. Smiru, F.Z.S., F.G.S., of the British Museum (Natural History).

On the Presence of a Canal-system, evidently Sensory, in the Shields of. Pteraspidian Fishes). ....2...6 26.5 se.00 0s 478

Note on the ‘‘ Lateral Line” of Squaloraja ............ 481

On the Fossil Teleostean Genus Rhacolepis, Agass. (Plates DOT le Cr ELLE ane ti. . Ta a Preis 535

Wray, Ricwarp S., B.Sc. (Lond.). "Note on a Vestigial Structure in the Adult Ostrich representing the Distal Phalanges of Digit 111.......... -- 283

On some Points in the Morphology of the Wings of Birds. pe@blatep MEX MR KEE oo 2.8 «nod 2 gaceaemeis sunecweer ets 343

Yersury, Major, C.M.ZS. Exhibition of, and remarks upon, a pair of horns of the Moria ep yetae ites 3 oie cae ue» Se baer rea, Re Se erate 639

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1887.

Plate Page I. Fins of Ceratodus and Protopterus.......+-..-++++ Il....Belvie fms'of Cerafodua’s fis. 2 Sau eee oe ae: 3 III. Fins of Elasmobranchs and Polypterus ......++...- IV. Figs. 1 and 3. Carcharodon rondeletii. Figs. 2 and 4. ) Damned COrnubicd .. 2. 02 econ vee e see e res --e- V. Figs. 5-10. Careharodon rondeletit. Fig. 11. Lamna |! COFNUMIER Fo Ree eis’ ats ta een ee oe ers some ess p27 VI. Carcharodon rondeletii.... 1.262. 000e crete eee eens VII. Carcharodon rondeletii........... cece eee ene veeee | VIII. Carcharodon rondeletii (foetus) ......222ee cere ee ) IX. Fig. 1. Euscarthmus apicalis. Fig. 2. Leptopogon gustulets 29, jiaen oe see cet ae SBP © dante Ab SAR he 47 ee Phytophagous Coleoptera of Ceylon .......-..-+-+--- 65 Mil. “Brachyurus calous) ..:. 2.2.22 cence secre ee seen = 119 XIII. Laniarius atroflavus ...... 0. cee ee eee XIV. Fig. 1. Zosterops melanocephala. Fig. 2. Poco 122 MelANOGUASLED 22s are oiels = )ias vl = el eee eee = deol XV. Hybrid between Pilchard and Herring ..........---- 129 XVI. Echinoderms of the Andaman Islands ........--..-. 139 XVII. Fig. 1. Japalura polygonata. Fig. 2. Tachydromus SMATAGdiNUS ... 2.6 eee eee ree seca tee teees 46 XVIII. Fig. 1. Tachydromus smaragdinus. Fig. 2. Lygosoma pellopleurum. Fig. 3. Tropidonotus pryert ...... XIX. Hesperomys (Rhipidomys) sclateri....-- .s++eese 150 XX. Fig. 1. Pimelodus buckleyi. Fig. 2. P. longicauda. . 5 XXI. Fig. 1. Pimelodus pulcher. Fig. 2. Stygogenes hum- boldtii. Fig. 3. Nannoglanis fasciatus. Fig. 4. Stegophilus punctatus .....+..-s00 cee e sees aoe XXII. Chetostomus dermorhynchus .......000 0000 cere ee mic. XXIII. Fig. 1. Parodon buckleyi. Fig. 2. Piabucina elon- | gata. Fig. 3. Leptagoniates steinduchneri ...... | XXIV. Sternarchus curvirostris .......-. 000+ sete eee ees Ie) XXV. Pberopus grandis .......... cee ee eee cette ees XXVI. Nesonycteris woodfordi ......--++ cveeessnevuee fa

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Page Macrocorsm woodfordinss s=23< pes vain ao oaleee ee ee 328 Fig. 1. Lepidodactylus woodfordi. Fig. 2. Typhlops

aluensis. Fig. 3. Batrachylodes vertebralis. Fig. 4.

TLL UEC Src, oie aio ni 5 ui oye < xe cso a's ela ands eRe 333 Morphology of the Wings of Birds ................ 343 Anatomy of Eudrilus sylvicola ........... sees eeee 372 Ti GMUPV OPIS JESKU gamer ees oes es ose « oieis) cielo crete, oie iets 397 Fig. 1. Papilio mikado. Fig. 2. Apatura cauta. Fig. #

Go 2 Polyommatus auratus... ......0- 0. sensi 398 Fig. 1. ¢ Q Euripus coreanus. Fig. 2. Dipsas flamen. \ Trochalopterum peninsul@ ........ 065+ soeesnees 431 Fig. 1. Minlu soror. Fig. 2. Aithopyga wrayi .... Newelndiam@bntbertiics! ee. tet ee arya enters eae 448 IRECLO pus MAUAIES Me oye ay iy ayes, ores aka. eh xcte arco toe MWS TIMNGITARY Sas ado anOGSeGoe 1. Pee co Gua0 cet Gor pophagaanhontonis .aeunaleinter: ielheiay<i-tw se Ver ate 507 Pachychalina spinosissima .,.......0. 0c eee vee Characteristic spicules of new Holothurians......,... 531 LATA DIG EO coc amir Sulotio Dap nciodemanes tion oo cikibe +. 000 Hiatilus fronticinetus) 26.5.0 c0e 0 nse «eee - orale bicine 550 Platycephalus subfasciatus ............ee2eceeens

Fig. 1. Emys blandingii. Fig. 2. Emys orbicularis.... 555 Fig. 1. Hylastepheni. Fig. 2. Hyla arborea,var. japonica. 578

Fig. 1. Cygnus davidi. Fig. 2. Cygnus bewicki..... . 580

New Japanese Species of Endomychide ............ 642

Fig. 1. Opisthognathus muscatensis. Fig. 2. Gobius JOY QATAR Sieh ie creche je atte ns aoe ieee eee 653

New African Lepidoptera ..............5- ne ost 668

LIST OF WOODCUTS.

1887.

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Anterior aspect of the lower larynx, heart, and viscera of Synthli- NOT CILLOS 9 BD 6 50d he OCB COREE Cc ae CM UOn Ee 45

Anterior aspect of the lower larynx, heart, and viscera of Brachy- TROMPHUS MATMOTALUS = Ko coed nee veces ce nes aoe PHATE C 45 Cervical and brachial nerves of Hydromys ..........00cceeeeeues 59 Lumbar and sacral nerves of Hydromys ..........ccueecccneeces 60 Left hand and foot of Hydromys chrysogaster.......+..eceeeneeee 61 Upper and lower incisors of Hydromys chrysoguster ........0 se. 61 Upper and lower jaw of Hydromys chrysogaster..........0.00eee- 62 Upper molar of Hydromys chrysogaster 6... ...0ce cess eee eeeeenee 62 Stomach of Hydromys chrysogaster ... ces eve eee eee e ce eneeees 62 Ceecum of Hydromys chrysogaster.. 0... c cece cece ete cee ee 63 Superior surface of liver of Hydromys chrysogaster ...........05. 64 Under surface of liver of Hydromys chrysogaster ........0.00000- 64 Grbbus: (edentuliia)\ 4 Ohnstonte gree. + oes derbi otela iste <)<teie\oi se 128 OO ES UIAOIITER Weogadsecocece ce suber nosaueconnaueneenoc 153 Thamnodrilus gulielmi, from the ventral surface ................ 155 Thanmodrilus gulielmi, anterior segments seen laterally............ 157 Thamnodrilus gulielmi, seta from one of the segments of the clitellum 157 Chief Trunks of Vascular System of Thamnodrilus .............. 158 One of the Anterior Nephridia of Thamnodrilus..........000..005 160 One of the Posterior Nephridia of Thamnodrilus ..........++.4+. 161 ANOYGHOUEURILUD, Co RAB: oes own ebAsaspnoodaopannoogc lee bods: 165

Phalanx 1| and the vestigial cartilage of digit m1., adult Ostrich .... 284 The distal part of digit 111. in the manus of the embryo of Ostrich .. 284

Ventral view of left manus of embryo of Ostrich ................ 284 TELA UT UG, NEE, OOS AG OO co ORDER EEO OE OCR OS AC COHAOORODUE 317 Meethy ot Lirer-opus Grandes a ve itso ers -)-2| +) chet) is) ye Nahe) iad aes 321 Skull of Nesonycteris woodfordi, wpper VIEW ..... 6... cece e eee 825 Skull of Nesonycteris woodfordi, side View .. 1... 660. e cece eeeees 325 Head of young Koala, showing milk-dentition .................. 338 Preparations of the distal cubital remiges, with their attached tectrices majores, of the Pheasant ............-0--eseeeeee 346 Preparations of the distal cubital remiges, with their attached tectrices majores, of the Golden Eagle..................00.. 346

Preparations of the manus of the Ostrich, showing the primaries and the manner of their attachment to the bones ................ 351

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Dorsal view of the antebrachium and manus of the wing of the Ome (d tens 5 Catianto Goane omen an omen an sac: Cora ares bit ater are 351 Ventral view of the manus of an embryo Ostrich ................ 301 Transverse section of the thorax of a rickety Monkey ............ 364 Under view of the skull-vault of a rickety Lion ................ 365

A longitudinal section of the head of a Lion-cub, showing over- growth of the tentorium cerebelli, &c. .......--- +2. cece eee 366 Abnormal growth of papille on the hind feet of a Coati .......... 368 Two Goat’s feet with overgrown hoofs ...........:cceeeee ee eee 368

The forearm of Hapalemur griseus, showing the patch of spine-like processes and the tuft of hairs .........-..00- ee eeneeeeeees 369

The forearm of Chirogaleus coquereli, showing the tuft of long hairs . 370 The forearm of Lemur catta, showing the raised patch of hairless

skin covering the collection of sweat-ducts ...........-..+.-. 370 Forearm of an adult Lemar catta, showing the blunt spur ........ 371 Arm of a foetal Lemur catta, to show the tuft of long hairs ........ 371 Dissection of genital region of Eudrilus sylvicola .......+...+444. 381 Acanthodrilus dissimilis. Dissection of genital region ............ 388 Olitellan'seta ot Percheta houlleey Vs a- aires seis e ee oes ah) ool 390 Cephalon of Palinurus penicillatus, bearing an antenniform ophthalmite 469 Fragmentary Median Plate of Shield of Pteraspis crouchit ........ 479 IEliornis (ole rd 07 CUS LALUCOLOT ron a stars eaiale eles esi ete) siete eee ete site oot 484 JA ET UE TONHAT. Shab 0 Sabo dane Oat biao 8 Scioiots oS mio beit wc ob rte 490 The larynx in Rana esculenta and R. temporaria ....... eee eee ee 492 The larynx in Leptodactylus pentadactylus ....... ccc ceeeseeeeee 494 Dhelarynxin\ tea pyprens att tet ine ks oleate shaysieeis rere sete stare eds 494 The larynx in Ceratophrys americana and Calyptocephalus gayi .... 495 The larynx and floor of the mouth in Chiroleptes australis ........ 497 The larynx in Chiroleptes australis, side VieW ......+ 2. 0+ +e ee eeeee 498 The larynx in Chiroleptes australis, longitudinal section .......... 498 Succined Soldula ADU WS ASUCATHe ale | sates tate ete ete icra ote lel etalela nats 518 MiLOrina Gr UNiCOslaba sete eee tee tere eee eee eel 519 MENEZ OTOLUS: AESCOLMLIES ial. ome eh eee oleae etre a ale eer tare sietene taeereiene 521 Weatlebra Mm acleare & 3" Space oat ae Setar oat eNotes Sepep ee Peele 522 tO LORRAIN 750 CIOS REO GOLF CO SAH OI SH.O DBO de 523 Pachy Chana, SPULOSTBBUIT = wie lore eh tee choke ote ree he ede oie stoked ots oe 525 Under surface of head of Myrmecobius fasciatus..........++- ¥ARO2T Glandular patch of Myrmecobius fasciatus ... 0... cece cee ee eee 528 Minute structure of glandular patch of Myrmecobius...........+++ 58 Cryptodiilues* fletcherd: ao2.cte-te tne aoe repent we ee eet 547 Skull of -Myosorex 7onmstonis <2 tee ate eal te iil nie ehale tel eels) «| slat 577 Chihamalopterys melbournensts = acs osetia = eles tei ete ele ela ater 616

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Fig. 1. Zosterops melanocephala. Fig. 2. Pocen| 122 melanogaster .......

Hybrid between Pilchard and Herring .............- 129 Echinoderms of the Andaman Islands .............- 139 Fig. 1. Japalura polygonata. Fig. 2. Tachydromus SMOG UUDUS o6poad sebeoooopossou0ccdmuccbad 146 Fig. 1. Tachydromus smaragdinus. Fig. 2. Lygosoma pellopleurum. Fig. 3. Tropidonotus pryert ...... Hesperomys (Rhipidomys) sclateri...... ...++..4.. 150

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