Pamphlets on Forestry. Fish and Game, Volume 1

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1896 - Birds
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Contents

LASS III PISCESrontimnl
40
PISCESContinued
56
PISCESContinued
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Zapteryx xyster Jordan A Evermann
65
PISCESContinued
72
Haustor Jordan A Evermann 137
78
PISCESContinued Page
97
CUSS in PISCESContinued
109
NkmatoonathiContinued Family XXXIY SilvridxContinued Pago Geuus 71 Selenaspis Bleeker
124
dowi Gill
125
Netuma Bleoker
126
kesaleri Steindachner
127
oacula Jordan A Gilbert
128
carulesceus Giinther
129
dasycephalus Giinther
130
Gnus4 Tachysuraa Lacepedc
131
melanopus Giinther
132
Cathorops Jordan A Gilbert
133
fnrcatus Le Sueur
134
meridionalis GUnther
135
Subgenus Haustor Jordan A Evermann
137
catusLinnnus
138
Subgenus Ameiurus
139
vulgaris Thompson
140
217a iatuluB Girard
141
platycepbalus Olrard
142
olivarig Raflneaquc
143
flavus Raflncsque
144
Subgenus Schilbeodes
146
funebris Gilbert A Swain
147
gilberti Jordau Eycrmann
148
furiosuB Jordau A Meek
149
Subgenus Rbamdia
150
Subgenus Rhamdella Eigenmann A Eigenmann
151
ilviui GUnther
152
microptera GUnther _
153
rhagresi Steindachnor
154
rnaculatus Lacepede
155
Loricaria Linnaus
156
Subgenus Hemiodou Kner
157
Subgenus Rinoloricaria Bleeker
158
PISCESContinued Oasis M KexatooxathiContinued FamUti XXXV LarieariidxContinued Page Subgenus Loricaria
159
ChKtostomuii Kner
160
SlBOKDEK ErKXTOaMATHI
161
Ictiobus Rafinesque _
163
Subgenus Ictiobus
164
Carpiodes Rafinesque
165
carpio Rafineeque
166
thompaoni Agassis
167
cyprinusLe Sueur
168
Pantosteus Cope
169
arizon? Gilbert
170
delphinus Cope
171
arseopua Jordan
172
Catostotnue Le Sueur
173
Subgenus Catostomus
174
griseus Girard
175
pocatello Gilbert A Erermann
176
taboeosis Gill A Jordan
177
occidentalism Ayres
178
gila Kirsch
180
Subgenus Hypeutelium Rafinesque
181
Rabida Jonlan A Evermann
206
PISCESContinued
211
notatus Rannesque
218
Ptyohocheilus Agassiz
224
PISCESContinued
236
Iotichthya Jordan A Evermann __ 241
241
Subgenus Ilemitremia Cope
242
Notropls Rafinesque
254
PISCESContinued Casta N PlkctwpondyliContinued Family XXXVII lprixidContinued Pago 406 heterodonCope
261
aaMna? Jordan A Gilbert
262
volucellua Cope
263
proem Cope
264
spectrunculna Cope
265
cbibnahua Woolman
266
rimuB Cope
267
nux Evermann 2117
268
hudsoniua D Witt Clinton 219
269
42Ki amarue Girard 2711
270
Subgenus Montana Girard
271
proaerpina Girard
272
Subgenus Crprinella Girard
273
maerostomns Girard
274
cerroetigma Cope
275
callintiua Jordan __
276
nrruleua Jordan
277
447a rbloriatius Jordan A Brajton
278
analoatanus Girard _
279
42 nanna Jordan
280
pyrrhomolas Cope 2S0 455 garmarii Jordan
281
45hi frontaliM Agassiz
283
lacertosus Copo
284
lonltua Agnssiz
285
mbricrceuH Coin
287
cbalybaus Copo
288
Subgenus Orrella Jordan A Evermann
289
Subgemm Xotropis
290
ama ili Girard
291
telescopua Cope
292
293
293
argo Cope
294
mbrifrons Cope
295
anurous Abbott
296
mien pteryx Cope
297
roHeipiiinif Hay
298
PISCESContinued
338
Eigenmanuia Jonlan A Evennanu
341
Order Q Apodes
344
TJroconger Kaup
358
VrfotomM
364
PISCESContinued
367
MyrUlx 37t
370
Verma Jordan A Evermann
374
Genus 18 Callecbolys Kaup
378
PISCES Continued
380
BrachyBornophis Kaup 887
388
PISCESContinued
400
Scutica Jordan A Evermann
404
PISCESContinued
407
Family LIT Hiodontidx
412
Jenkiiuua Jordan A Evermann
418
PISCESContinued
421
Aloea Cuvier _
427
Lile Jonlan A Evermann
431
PISCESContinued
442
uracautha Kner A Steindachner 158
449
Cetengraulis GUnther
450
Anchovia Jordan A Evermann
453
Platytroctea GUnther
458
PISCESContinued
465
Saluio salar ouanauichc McCarthy
487
Splrinrhue Jordan A Evermann 622
497
PISCESContinued
536
NaitBenia Jordan A Evennann
626
Font in us Jordan A Evermann __
646
PISC1S Continued
694
Xiphophorus guntheri Jordan A Evermann
702
Ctdolabis Gill
726
Exocutas lutkeul Jordan A Evermann
736
PISCESContinued Obdcr Z HbmhirancuiiContinued Family XCVIIT GaMcnuteidKContinued Page 1101 williamaoni Girard
751
Apeltes Do Kay
752
Aulorhjrnchui Gill
753
flaridus Gill
754
cinereue Poey
755
Flstnlaria Linnreus
756
tabacaria LinnteuB
757
petimba Lacepede
758
Macrorhamphosua Lacepede
759
SCBOEPEH SyNGNATHI
760
Siphostoma Rannesquo
761
Subgenus Dennatostetbus Gill
763
califomicnso Stornr
764
fistulatum Peters
765
mackayl Swain 4 Mook
766
auliscus Swain
767
olucens Poey
768
brachyceplialum Poey
769
bairdianum Dumeril
770
atarksi Jordan A Culrer
771
Subgenus Corythroichtbys Kaup
772
Doryrhamphus Kaup
773
Lethostole Jordan A Evennanu Vt2
793
iXASSHI PISCESContinued
801
Lea rest bes crameri Jordan A Evermann
802
Mugil thoburni Jordan A Stark
812
PISCESContinued
828
PISCESContinued
853
Bipinnula Jordan A Evermann
878
PISCESContinued
882
PISCESContinued
909
PISCESContinued
942
PISCESContinued
1002
PISCESContinued
1039
Swainia Jordan A Kvermann
1040
Ulowntra gilberti Evermann A Tboburn
1049
PISCESContinued Order BB Acantuoitf riContinued Family CXL1II FeraifaContinued Page Subgenus Notbouotus Agassiz
1076
vulneratum Cope
1077
14G5 cinereum Storor
1078
tcsscllatuin Storcr WIS 1467 rutilincatum Cope 107
1079
Subgenus Torrentaria Jordan A Evermann
1080
nustrale Jordan
1081
Subgenus Kivicola Jordan A Evermann
1082
Subgenus Otocephalus Girard
1083
H74 jessiiv Jordan A Brayton ___
1084
luteorioctum Gilbert A Swain
1086
Icpidogcnys Evermann A Kendall
1087
cceruleum Storer 10S8 1477a Bpectabilo Agassis
1089
tippecanoo Jordan A Evermann
1090
eragiui Gilbert
1091
obeyense Kirsoh
1092
virgatum Jordan
1093
artesia Hay _
1094
alabamre Gilbert A Swain
1095
Subgenus Etbeostoma
1097
14t0a cumberlandicum Jordan A Swain
1098
Alvarius Girard
1099
tusrumbia Gilbert A Swain
1100
Boleichthys Girard
1101
exilii Girard
1103
punctulata Putnam
1104
Clieilodiptrritl
1105
Apogon Laccpedo
1106
imberbis Linnaua
1107
dovil GUnther
1108
CntropormiH tonstantinus Jordan A Starks
1125
PISCESContinued
1139
EuneistuB Jordan A Evermann
1156
Arch ope ri Jordan A Evermann
1171
PISCESContinued
1180
Xysftropercn Jordan A Evermann
1181
Ocyanthias Jordan A Evennann
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Page 144 - Body with four broad cross-blotches, one before dorsal, one behind it, one on middle of adipose fin, and one small one behind it.
Page 37 - ... caudal; caudal fin with a single notch toward its tip, its lower lobe developed. One genus, with 5 species, inhabiting most warm seas. Large sharks, known at once by the singular form of the head, which is not quite the same in any two species.
Page 600 - This loose connection of the single parts of the body is found in numerous deep-sea fishes, and is merely the consequence of their withdrawal from the pressure of the water to which they are exposed in the depths inhabited by them. When within the limits of their natural haunts the osseous, muscular, and fibrous parts of the body will have that solidity which is required for the rapid and powerful movements of a predatory fish.
Page 104 - Premaxillary forming most of the margin of the upper jaw ; the maxillary transversely divided into several pieces. Lower jaw composed of as many pieces as in reptiles ; coronoid present. Both jaws with an outer series of small teeth, followed by...
Page 487 - ... in a longitudinal series; dorsal and anal fins short, usually of 10 to 12 rays each; caudal fin truncate, emarginate or forked, its peduncle comparatively stout; sexual peculiarities variously developed, the males in typical species with the jaws prolonged and the front teeth enlarged, the lower jaw being hooked upward at the end and the upper jaw emarginate or perforate.
Page 762 - Body compressed, elongate, covered with small ctenoid scales. Lateral line continuous. Head long ; mouth small, at the end of a long, compressed tube. Lower jaw prominent, with a barbel at the symphysis. Premaxillary feeble, not protractile ; maxillary broad, triangular, with a supplemental bone. Teeth minute, in bands, on lower jaw and vomer. Branchiostegals 4. Gills 4, a slit behind the fourth.
Page 415 - From this condition they become gradually shorter and more compact, shrinking from 3 or 3) inches in length to 2 inches. According to Dr. Gilbert, this process, like that seen in various eels, 'is a normal one, through which all individuals pass. In the Gulf of California, where these fishes abound, these band-shaped young are often thrown by the waves on the beach in great masses.
Page 78 - Sting rays of large size, abundant in warm seas. Many of the spinous species are nearly or quite smooth when young, becoming rough with age. Some of our species are yet imperfectly known and much of the synonymy is uncertain.
Page 271 - Origin of dorsal midway between tip of snout and base of caudal, directly over ventrals.
Page 771 - Occiput with a raised keel ; joint between the occiput and the first dorsal shield more perfect than usual, so that the head can be placed at an angle with the body. Greatest depth about equal to length of postorbital part of head. Skin on breast and anterior ventral plates thin, showing the striation of the bones.

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