The American Naturalist

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Essex Institute, 1886
 

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The Teredo or Shipworm Illustrated R E C Steams
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The Flood Rock Explosion William Hosea Ballon
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The Preparatory Stages of Calocampa cineritia Grote 168 Morphology of Lcpidoptcra 169
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179 The Developmentof Anurida maritima Guerin Illustrated 299 On an unusual Relation
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Migration of Siouan Tribes Illustrated J Owen Dor sty
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The Torture of the Fishhawk Illustrated Lancaster
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A Study of Garden Lettuce E L Sturtevant
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Description of a new Subspecies of the common Eastern Chip
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Fish Remains and Tracks in the Triassic Rocks at Weehawken
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The Ancestry of Nasua Samuel Lockwood
321
The Stone Ax in Vermont Illustrated Geo H Perkins
333
Groscs Classification and Structure of the Birdlice or Mallo
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Track of a Cyclone which passed over Western Indiana more
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Flights of Locusts at San Luis Potosi Mexico 18S5 170 Longevity of Ants 170 Ento
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The Limits of Organic Evolution H IV Conn
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Variation of Water in Trees and Shrubs Illustrated D P Penhdllotv
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ment of the Honey Bee 46a Lintners Second Report as State Entomologist of New York
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boo The Function of the Compound Eye 203 A method of bleaching Wings of Lepidoptera
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The Making of Man Charles Morris
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Review of the Progress of North American Invertebrate Palae
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Gravitation and the Soaring Birds Illustrated Lancaster
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Causes of Forest Rotation John T Campbell 521 851
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Fenesica tarquinius 556 Witlaczil on Coccidae 557 The Origin of the Spiral Thread
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The Mechanics of Soaring J E Hendricks
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of the Notochord to the Intestine in the Chick Illustrated 392 Professor Selenka on
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Animal Traits Lancaster
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Navajo Names for Plants IV Matthews 1
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A new Arrangement of the Orders of Insects 808 Luminous Organs of Mexican Cucuyo 808
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Some Deities and Demons of the Navajos IV Matthews
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Buffalo and Chicago or What Might Have Been? E IV Claypole
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The Arthropod Eye Illustrated J S Kinesley
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American News 797 Asia Persia Exploration on the Lena The Turki
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The Distribution of derived Plantpigments in certain Larvae 810 The Fluid ejected by Noto
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Comparative Studies upon Glaciation of North America Great
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Some Peculiarities of the Local Drift of the Rocky Mountains Tkeo B Comstock
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On Lemurine Reversion in Human Dentition E D Cape
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Mr Farinis Journey in the Kalahari The Congo African New 38 Europe European
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Edwards 739 The Monstrosities observed amongst recently hatched Lobsters 742 The Devel
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The Scallop and its Fishery Ernest Ingersoll
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Supermetamorphism and Vulcanism Tkeo B Comstock ioc6
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The Peabody Museums Explorations in Ohio F IV Putnam 10x7
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General Notes
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Captain Bridges Cruises The New Zealand Earth
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tallography News 62 Miscellaneous 63 Etched Figures 15S Andesite 160 Wildschonau
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of Ajax Butterfly 976 Entomological News 977 A remarkable case of Longevity in a Longi
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Structure of the Human Skin Illustrated 575 Karyokincsis 573 A Staining Dish Illus
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the Dog 1S8 Intelligence of Anthropoid Apes 306 Dr Preyers Criticism of Telepathy 307
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Seite 29 - If we forget for an instant, that each species tends to increase inordinately, and that some check is always in action, yet seldom perceived by us, the whole economy of nature will be utterly obscured.
Seite 39 - On the contrary, we have every reason to believe, from the study of the tertiary formations, that species and groups of species gradually disappear, one after another, first from one spot, then from another, and finally from the world...
Seite 33 - ... notice, that owing to the wave having obliterated the old lines of tidal action on the sloping sandy shores, I could discover no evidence of this fact, except in the united testimony of the inhabitants, that one little rocky shoal, now exposed, was formerly covered with water. At the island of S. Maria (about thirty miles distant) the elevation was greater; on one part, Captain Fitz Roy found beds of putrid mussel-shells still adhering to the rocks, ten feet above high-water mark: the inhabitants...
Seite 569 - To this subdivision would then be brought the researches into the brain and nerves that deal with mental function ; the experiments on the senses having reference to our sensations ; the whole of the present mathematics of man, bodily and mental ; the still more advanced inquiries relating to our intelligence; and the nature of emotion, as illustrated by expression, in the manner of Darwin's famous treatise.
Seite 302 - Mercuric chloride, 1 : 1000 ; recommended only for the hands, or for washing away infectious material from a limited area, not as a bath for the entire surface of the body. For the Dead.
Seite 424 - Afar, on yonder faint blue mound In the horizon's utmost bound, At the first stride his foot he set ; The jarring world confessed the shock. Stranger ! the track of Thunder yet Remains upon the living rock.
Seite 190 - Once, while I watched a Damara floundering hopelessly in a calculation on one side of me, I observed Dinah, my spaniel, equally embarrassed on the other. She was overlooking half a dozen of her new-born puppies, which had been removed two or three times from her, and her anxiety was excessive, as she tried to find out if they were all present, or if any were still missing. She kept puzzling and running her eyes over them backwards and forwards, but could not satisfy herself. She evidently had a vague...
Seite 970 - An enumeration of all the plants known from China proper, Formosa, Hainan, Corea, the Luchu Archipelago, and the Island of Hongkong, together with their distribution and synonymy.
Seite 302 - F.) for two hours. 2. Fumigation with sulphurous acid gas for at least twelve hours, the clothing being freely exposed, and the gas present in the disinfection chamber in the proportion of four volumes per cent. (c) Mattresses and blankets soiled by the discharges of the sick : — 1. Destruction by fire. 2. Exposure to superheated steam (25 Ibs.
Seite 693 - ... and the ground is covered for many feet in depth by their dung, which, by its gradual fermentation, must also tend to increase the warmth of the roost. Such roosts are known to be thus occupied for years, beyond the memory of individuals; and I know of one or two which the oldest residents in the quarter state to have been known to their grandfathers, and probably had been resorted to by the crows during several ages previous.

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