Natural History Survey of Illinois: State Laboratory of Natural History. ..., Volume 3

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Page i - 4. Boone • 5. McHenry 6. Lake 7. Cook 8. Du Page 9. Kane 10. DeKalb 11. Ogle 12. Lee 13. Carroll 14. Whiteside 15. Rock Island 16. Mercer 17. Henry 18. Bureau 19. Putnam 20. La Salle 21. Kendall 22. Grundy 23. Will 24. Kankakee 25. Iroquois 26. Ford 27. Livingston 28. Marshall 29. Woodford 30. Stark 31.
Page i - 69. Madison 70. Bond 71. Fayette 72. Effingham 73. Jasper 74. Crawford 75. Lawrence 76. Richland 77. Clay 78. Marion 79. Clinton 80. St. Clair 81. Monroe
Page i - 38. Mason 39. Tazewell 40. McLean 41. Vermilion 42. Champaign 43. Piatt 44. Dewitt 45. Logan 46. Menard 47. Cass 48. Schuyler 49. Brown 50. Adams 51. Pike 52. Scott 53. Morgan 54. Sangamon 55.
Page i - & II. The three sections of Illinois, northern, central, and southern, and the ten stream systems of the state: I., the Galena District, II., the Rock River System, III., the Illinois River System, IV., the Lake Michigan drainage, V., the Mississippi River drainage, VI., the Kaskaskia River System, VII., the Wabash System, VIII., the Big Muddy River System, IX., the Saline River System, and X., the Cairo District.
Page i - 88. Wabash 89. White 90. Hamilton 91. Franklin 92. Jackson 93. Williamson 94. Saline 95. Gallatin 96. Hardin 97. Pope 98. Johnson 99. Union
Page i - MAPS The general map of the distribution of collections (Map IV.) shows, by the location of the red spots, all the localities from which collections of fishes have been made by us in the work of the Natural History Survey. The distribution maps for the various species indicate in the same way all the localities from which representatives of the species have been taken. For an accurate idea of
Page i - 15. Rock Island 16. Mercer 17. Henry 18. Bureau 19. Putnam 20. La Salle 21. Kendall 22. Grundy 23. Will 24. Kankakee 25.
Page i - The following numbered list of the counties of the state corresponds to the figures on these maps.
Page i - Microperca punctulata Roccus chrysops Morone interrupta Aplodinotus grunniens Stream systems and Sections of Illinois
Page i - significance of these species maps, each should be compared with Map IV.

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