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Acad band Batr blackish Boulenger British Museum Bufo chin-shields China Coll collected collector Color in alcohol dark Description dorsal dusky ear-opening edge Female figs Formosa frontal genus granules gular fold Hallowell hind legs Hist Hondo internasal interparietal Ishigaki island Japan japonica keeled keeled scales Kiusiu Korea labials latter lected limbs List of specimens locality longitudinal loreal lower labials Male median metatarsal Mount Fuji nasal Naturf Ningpo nostril Okinawa shima outer pairs pale parietals Phila plates pores posterior postoculars prefrontals preocular Proc Rana Riu Kiu rostral scale rows Senckenberg shields Shikoku SIDE OF HEAD snakes Snout to vent species spots subcaudals supralabials supraoculars suture Syst Taipa temporals tibia tip of snout tip of tail Tokyo top of head Total length tubercle tympanum type-locality underside Vent to tip ventrals whitish Width of head Yezo Yokohama Zool
Page 88 - Habit slender; snout truncate, slightly longer than the orbital diameter; interorbital space broader than the upper eyelid; fingers slender, first much shorter than second; toes long and slender, free, with a slight lateral fringe: tips of fingers and toes not swollen; subarticular tubercles distinct: two rather small, obtuse, metatarsal tubercles; the hind limb being carried forward along the body, the tibio-tarsal articulation reaches the eye; skin nearly smooth above, with small warts on the sides....
Page 353 - GRIFFIN. elongate; one prae- and two post-oculars; temporals 2+2; nine upper labials, fifth and sixth entering the eye; five lower labials in contact with the anterior chin-shields, which are shorter than the posterior. Scales in 13 rows.
Page iii - Herbarium," and containing papers relating to the botanical collections of the Museum, have been published as bulletins. The Proceedings, the first volume of which was issued in 1878, are intended as a medium of publication of brief original papers based on the collections of the National Museum, and...
Page 444 - ART. 30. If the original type of a genus was not indicated, the author who first subdivides the genus may apply the name of the original genus to such restricted genus or subgenus as may be judged advisable, and such assignment is not subject to subsequent change.
Page 388 - ... and a half as broad as deep, scarcely visible from above; internasals shorter than prefrontals; frontal much longer than broad, longer than its distance from end of snout, shorter than parietals; loreal about as deep as long; one preocular ; three postoculars ; temporals 1-1 ; seven upper labials, third and fourth entering eye ; four lower labials in contact with anterior genials; posterior genials much longer than anterior; scales in 17 rows, strongly keeled except first row where smooth or...
Page 203 - Kiukius, shows that it is more nearly related to the former than to the latter, the second loreal being as high and short as in the most typical E. latiscutatus. In fact, the only difference I can see consists in the presence of a postnasal in the latter, in this respect agreeing with E. marginatus. The latter I regard as less closely related to the other two than these are among themselves. For further remarks on this subject see above (p. 194). Description (figs. 182-183).— Mule; USNM No.
Page 538 - On the Fate of the Blastopore, the Relations of the Primitive Streak, and the Formation of the Posterior End of the Embryo in Chelonia, together with Remarks on the Nature of Meroblastic Ova in Vertebrates.
Page iii - Since 1902 the volumes of the series known as "Contributions from the National Herbarium," and containing papers relating to the botanical collections of the Museum, have been published as bulletins.
Page 444 - If the original type of a genus was not indicated, the author who first subdivides the genus may apply the name of the original genus to such restricted genus or subgenus as may be judged advisable, and such assignment is not subject to subsequent change. In no case, however, can the name of the original genus be transferred to a group containing none of the species originally included in the genus...