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1. The American Gray Rabbit (Lepus nanus). 2. The Common American Wolf (Lupus occidentalis).

1. The Common Star-nose (Condylura cristata). 2. The Common Shrew-mole (Scalops aquaticus).

223. The Growler (Grystes salmoides). 224. The Black Huron (Huro nigricans).

166. The Carolina Turtle Dove (Ectopistes carolinensis). 167. Ther Wild Pigeon (Ectopistes migratoria).

1. The American Black Bear (Ursus americanus). 2. The Raccoon (Procyon lotor).

Mollusca] 209-217. [see Notes]

124. The Wormeating Warbler (Vermivora pensylvanica0). 125. The Blue-winged Warbler (Vermivora solitaria).

18. The Copper-head (Trigonocephalus contortrix). 19. The Northern Rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus).

115. The Spotted Canada Warbler (Sylvicola pardalina). 116. The Bay-breasted Warbler (Sylvicola castanea).

111. The Northern Bill-fish (Scomberesox storeri). 112. The Banded Garfish (Belone truncata). 113. The American Pipe-fish (Fistularia serrata). Head of the same seen from above.

127. The Autumnal Herring (Alosa mattowaca). 128. The Slender Herring (A. Teres). 129. The Spotted Shadine (A. sadina).

161. The Swamp Finch (Ammodramus palustris). 162. The Chewink (Pipilo erythrophthalmus).

9. The Leather Turtle (Sphargis coriacea). 10. The Painted Tortoise (Emys guttata).

90. The Spotted Bergal (Ctenolabrus uninotatus). 91. The New-York Shiner (Stilbe chrysoleucas). 92. The Red-fin ( Leuciscus cornutus). 93. The Common Bergall (Ctenolabrus ceruleus).

1. The Fossil Stag, skull, horns and teeth, (Elaphus americanus). 2. The Moose (Cervus alces). Horns of the second and third year.

163. The Crested Purple Finch ( Erythrospiza purpurea). 164. The Tree Bunting (Emberiza canadensis).

Mollusca 355. Unio rosaceus, aged. 356. Unio id., female.

151. The Spotted Turbot (Pleuronectes maculatus). 152. The Long -toothed Flounder (Platessa ocellata). 153. The Pigmy Flat-fish (Platessa pusilla).

215. The Jack Curlew (Numenius hudsonius). 216. The Long-billed Curlew (Numenius longirostris).

1. The American Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens). 2. The Little White Bass (Labrax palidus). 3. The Striped Sea Bass (Labrax lineatus).

[Crustacea] 50. Polyphemus occidentalis. 51. [Lateral view]

160. The Chip-bird (Pletrophanes socialis). 161. The Lesser Redpoll (Linaria minor).

104. The Red-poll Warbler (Sylvicola rubricapilla). 105. The Tennessee Warbler (Vermivora peregrina). 106. The New York Water Thrush (Seiurus noveboracensis).

107. The Commmon Pickerel (Esox reticulatus). 108. The Banded Dace (Leuciscus vittatus). 109. The Spawn-eater (L. hudsonius). 110. The Barred Pickerel (Esox fasciatus).

86. The Comon Toad-fish (Batrachus tau). 87. The American Angler (Lophius americanus). 88. The Dotted Silverside (Atherina notata). 89. The Short-nosed Malthæa (Malthæa nasuta).

252. The Broadbill (Fuligula marila). 253. The Surf Duck or Coot (Fuligula perspicillata). 254. Ditto, immature.

29. The Ring Snake (Coluber punctatus). 30. The Small Brown Snake (Tropidonotus dekayi). 31. The Water Snake (Tropidonotus sipedon).

1. The Oneida Meadow-mouse (Arvicola oneida). 2. The Beaver Field-mouse. Dentition of the same.

283. The Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus). 284. The Winter Gull (Larus argentatus).

248. The Baldpate or Wildgeon (Anas americana). 249. The Green-winged Teal (Anas carolinensis).

110. The Prairie Warbler (Sylvicola discolor). 111. The Black-throated Bunting (Emberiza americana).

82. The Hair-finned Argyreiose ( Argyreiosus capillaris). 83. The Smooth Mouse-fish (Chinorectes lævigatus). 84. The Sheepshead Lebias ( Lebias ovinus). 85. The Yellow Caranx (Caranx chrysos).

148. The Redbird (Pyranga æstiva). 149. The Black-winged Redbird (Pyranga rubra).

Mollusca] 260-267. [see Notes]

209. The American Hound-fish (Mustelus canis). 209 a. Under side of the head of the same. 210. The Spiny Dog-fish (Spinax acanthias). 210 a. Under side of the head of the same. 211. The Small Lamprey (Petromyzon appendix).

25, 26. The Little Screech Owl (Bubo asio). 27. The Short-eared Owl (Otus palustris).

28. The American Barn Owl (Strix pratincola). 29. The Great Gray Owl (Syrnium cinereum).

89. The Varied Creeping Warbler (Mniotilta varia). 90. The Brown Creeper (Certhia americana). 91. The White-breasted Nutchatch (Sitta carolinensis).

87. The Red-throated Hummingbird, male and female (Trochilus colubris). 88. The Red-bellied Nuthatch (Sitta canadensis).

Mollusca] 227-228. [see Notes]

1. The Red Fox (Vulpus fulvus). 2. The Grey Fox (V. virginianus).

Mollusca] 218-223. [see Notes]

Mollusca] 229-231. [see Notes]

13. The Red-shoudered Buzzard (Buteo hyemalis). 14. The Golden Eagle (Aquila Chrysaëtos).

Mollusca] 286-289. [see Notes]

150. The Yellow-winged Bunting (Emberiza passerina). 151. The Yellowbird (Carduelis tristis). 152. The Field Bunting (Emberiza pusilla).

1. Skull of the Fisher (Mustela canadensis). 2. The New York Ermine, winter dress, (Putorius noveboracensis).

Part VI. Crustacea.

Mollusca] 232-233. [see Notes]

158. The White Snowbird (Pletrophanes nivalis). 159. The Lapland Snowbird (Plectrophanes lapponica).

Mollusca] 239-242. [see Notes]

52. The Groper (Serranus erythrogaster). 53. The Spinous Trachinote (Trachinotus fuscus). 54. The Coachman (Dules auriga).

133. The Mullet Sucker (Catostomus aureolus). 134. The Pigmy Dace (Leuciscus pygmæus). 135. He Many-spined Stickleback (Gasterosteus occidentalis). 136. The Brilliant Chubsucker (Labeo oblongus).

Mollusca] 275-279. [see Notes]

220. The Rough-headed Yellow Perch (Perca granulata). 221. The Canadian Pike-perch (Lucioperca canadensis). 222. The Sharp-nosed Yellow Perch (Perca acuta).

114. The New-York Flying-fish (Exocetus noveboracensis). 115. The Single-bearded Flying-fish (E. comatus). 116. The Black Catfish (Pimelodus atrarius).

[Crustacea] 54. [s.n.]

215. The Prickly Ray, male, (Raia americana). 216. The American Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon americanus). a. View of the mouth. 217. The Cow-nose Ray ( Rhinoptera quadriloba). a. Tabular teeth of the same.

182. The Lineated Puffer (Tetraodon lævigatus). 183. The Long-finned File-fish (Monocanthus broccus). 184. The Warty Balloon-fish (Diodon verrucosus). 185. The Spot-striped Balloon-fish (D. maculato-striatus).

17. The Red-tailed Buzzard (Buteo borealis). 18. The Fish Hawk (Pandion carolinensis).

124. The American Smelt (Osmerus viridescens). 125. The Western Mud-fish (Amia occidentalis). 126. The Red-bellied Trout ( Salmo erythrogaster).

Mollusca] 6-18 [see Notes]

25. The Milk Snake (Coleber eximius). 26. The Pilot Black-snake (Coluber alleghaniensis).

Crustacea 3. Lupa decanta.

285. The Common American Gull (Larus zonorhyncus). 286. The Winter Gull, var. (Larus argentatus).

Title page [Plates of the fishes]

46. The Common Toad, young, (Bufo americanus). 47. The Hermit Spade-foot (Scarphiopus solitarius). 48. The Bullfrog (Rana pipiens).

1. North American Otter, skull, (Lutra canadensis). 2. Teeth in the upper jaw, right side of the same. 3. Vertical view of the same skull. 4. The Southern Beaked Whale, skull (Rorqualus australis).

68. The Banded Ephippus (Ephippus faber). 69. The Black-nose Dace (Leuciscus atronasus). 70. The Variegated Goby (Gobius alepidotus). 71. The Moon-fish (Ephippus gigas).

289, 290. The Laughing Gull, young (Larus atricilla).

16. The American Sea Raven (Hemitripterus hispidus). 17. The New-York Stickleback (Gasterosteus neoboracensis). 18. The Four-spined Stickleback (G. quadracus). 19. The Brazen Bullhead (Cottus æneus).

176. Wilson's Plover (Charadrius wilsonius). 177. The Piping Plover (Charadriusmelodus). 178. The Golden Plover (Charadrius virginiacus).

230. The Ring-tailed Marlin (Limosa hudsonica). 231. The American Woodcock (Rusticola minor).

Mollusca] 44-77. [see Notes]

134. The Chestnut-sided Warbler (Sylvicola icterocephala). 135. The Hemlock Warbler (Sylvicola parus). 136. The Pine Finch (Carduelis pinus).

277. The Cayenne Tern (Sterna cayana). 278. The Black Tern (Sterna nigra).

255. The Bastard Broadbill (Fuligula rufitorques). 256. The Canvass-back (Fuligula varisneria).

97. The Horned Sucker (Catostomus tuberculatus). 98. The Striped Killifish (Fundulus fasciatus). 99. The Big Killifish (F. viridescens). 100. The New-York Chubsucker (Labeo elegans).

295. The Fork-tailed Petrel (Thalassidroma leachi). 296. The Laughing Gull (Larus atricilla).

192. The Long-tailed Unicorn-fish (Aluteres cuspicauda). 193. The Short Head-fish (Orthagoriscus mola). 194. The Thread File-fish (Monocanthus setifer).

11. The Broad-winged Buzzard (Buteo pennsylvanicus). 12. Turkey Buzzard (Cathartes aura).

201, 202. Wilson's Holopode (Holopodius wilsoni).

246. The Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors). 247. The Wood Duck (Anas sponsa).

213. The Curlew Sandpiper (Tringa subarquata). 214. The Small Esquimaux Curlew (Numenius borealis).

1a. Skull of the Beaver (Castor fiber), b. Vertical view of the teeth. 2a. Skull of the American Porcupine (Hystrix hudsonius), b. Upper jaw teeth of the same, c. Lower jaw of the same. 3a. Skull of the Mink (Putorius vison), b. Teeth of the upper jaw ..

49. The Common Crow Blackbird (Quiscalus versicolor). 50. The Rusty Crow Blackbird (Quicalus ferrugineus).

232. The Red Phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius). 233. The American Coot (Fulica americana).

271. Wilson's Petrel (Thalassidroma wilsoni). 272. The Black Skimmer (Rhynchops nigra).

102. The Oven-bird (Seiurus aurocapillus). 103. The Myrtle-bird (Sylvicola coronata).

189. The Sharp-nose Sturgeon (Acipencer oxyrhincus). View of under side, and head viewed from above. 190. The Dromedary Trunk-fish (Lactophrys camelinus). 191.The Lake Sturgeon (Acipencer rubicundus).

13. The Common Bullhead (Cottus virginianus). 14. The Little Star-gazer (Uranidea quiscens. 15. The Web-fingered Gurnand (Prionotus carolinus).

275. The Common Tern (Sterna hirundo). 276. Ditto, young.

174. The Banded Pipe-fish (Syngnathus fasciatus). 175. The Lump-fish (Lumpus anglorum). View of the under side of the same. 176. The Green Pipe-fish (Syngnathus viridescens). 177. The White-tailed Remora (Echeneis albicauda).

Mollusca] 186-196. [see Notes]

168. The American Quail (Ortyx virginiana). 169. Ditto, female.

92. The Marsh Wren (Troglodytes palustris). 93. The Short-billed Wren (Troglodytes brevirostris). 94. The Mocking Wren (Troglodytes ludovicianus).

11. The Soft-shelled Turtle (Trionyx ferox). 12. The Spotted Tortoise (Emys guttata).

257. The Whistler (Fuligula clangula). 258. The Pied Duck (Fuligula labradora).

Mollusca] 243-245. [see Notes]

209. The Grey Plover (Totanus bartrami). 210. The Solitary Tatler (Totanus chloropygius).