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Descriptive and Physical Geography of Vermont
Quadrupeds of Vermont
Birds of Vermont
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anal anal fin animal aperture August Bellows Falls belly beneath bill bill black bird blackish bluish body Brattleborough breast brownish Burlington Carey caudal common convex covered dark Description.—Color Description.—General color Description.—Shell deseribed deseription dorsal dorsal fin dusky edged eggs epidermis erossed eyes feathers feet female Ferrisburgh fish folded wing fore Genus gray green greenish ground hair head height hind History.—This horn color inches iris July June labrum lake Champlain lateral line legs Length longest Maerae mandible margin meadows membrane Michx Middlebury Moist mountains Muhl nails nearly neck nest nostrils operculum Order pale pectoral fins pectorals ponds posterior Pownal quills Remarrs.—This species river Robbins rocks shell short side slate snout South Hero specimen spots swamps tail tarsus teeth thick throat toes tree umbilicus upper usually Vermont whorls Willd Winooski river Woods yellow yellowish white young