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2nd Yarkand Mission adults Afghanistan Aksu Alpine Himalaya Arctic regions ascent Asia Asiat Astor Valley Baroghil Bengal biotite Birds Brit Birds of 2nd Blanford Boulenger Bunji Burzil Pass Butterflies of India caudal Charadriidse commonest Darkot Pass Dashkin and Doyan Europe Fairly common Family Faun Fauna Brit Fauna of Brit feet Felder felspars female flower galls Gilgit river Gilgit road Gilgit Valley Gumbaz Herb Hist Indian Museum Indian Museum collection July Kashmir Kizil Robat Lake Victoria Lepidoptera Lepidoptera Indica Lepidoptera of 2nd Linn Little Pamir lower slopes male Mamm Mammals of 2nd marmot marshes Mihmanyol Moore Niceville nullahs open Pamir Pamir region Papilio plants plumage quartz red-billed chough Reptiles rocks Schizothorax Sclater Scully Seebohm seen Severtzov Sharpe Siberia single specimen species Stdr Stoliczkce Sub-order Syst Tibet tibetanus Totanus Turkistan Wakhan Wakhan Valley Yasin river Yasin Valley Zool
Page 38 - The anterior margin of the dorsal fin is equi-distant between the tip of the snout and the base of the caudal...
Page 3 - The grass of Pamir, they tell you, is so rich that a sorry horse is here brought into good condition in less than twenty days ; and its nourishing qualities are evidenced in the productiveness of their ewes, which almost invariably bring forth two lambs at a birth
Page 21 - A very showy plant with reddish-purple flowers, and silvery pubescent foliage; rootstock woody and much branched".
Page 44 - Vegetable remains are feebly represented by a few reeds and grasses. Fish-scales abound ; but I was only able, and that after much labour, to unearth two or three imperfect specimens of the fishes themselves. These have been put into the accomplished hands of Dr. Traquair, of Edinburgh, who has been kind enough to furnish the following account of them" (in letter, dated 23rd April, 1888).
Page 33 - A systematic account of the Zoological Collection made on the road to the Pamirs.
Page 37 - ... the upper lip greatly broadened and thickened, and the profile of the snout conspicuously concave.