N., Professor of Naval Sygiene Army Medical School.
On the Osteology and Ptei^ylosis of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper (Eurynorliynchiis pygmseus, Linn.).
On thirty-one Species of Marine Planarians, collected partly by the late Dr.
3, which is not to be seen in the first antenna of the male, to be not a fourth, but an ex- ternal pseudo-joint) and two flagella, the external of which is enlarged at its base and covered with hairs at the inner side. It is also sur- prising to find that a member of this latter family has a Mysid character (the subjoints of the legs in Gnatliophausia), which, however, is only a peculiarity of one of its generic groups (genus Mysis and subgenera).
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On the Morphology of the Shell in the Woodpeckers (Picidse) and Wrynecks (Yungidse), By Prof.
On new Foi^ms 0/ Actiniaria dredged in the Deep Sea ; with a Description of certain Felagic Surface-swimming Species.
S., Fellow of Fxeter College, Oxford, late Naturalist on board H.