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TWART OF THE PAST CHANGES AND GENERAL

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LATICXS JE 13 SETERAL . . . . 154:54

PART IT.

GEOGRAPHICAL ZOOLOGY: A SISTEMATIC SKETLE OF THE CHIEF

FAMILIES OF LAND ANDALS IN THEIR GEOGRAPHICAL RELA-
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TAS DISTRIBUTION OF THE FAMILIES AND GENERA OF MAMMALIA.

Primates ip. 1701–General Remarks on the Distributive of Primates (p. 1791

Chiroptera (p. ISI-Remarks va the Distribution of Chiroptera (p. 155 Insectivora (p. 180-General Remarks on the Distribute of Insertirona (P 1911-Carnivor p. 1991-General Remarks ve the Distribution of the Carnivora (p. 2041 Cetaces in 2016-irnik 201lingurata in 21)General Remarks on the Distributive of the languap. 21-Prubosidea (p. 2271-Hyracoidea ip. S Roleutia

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e beri Remarks on the Distribution of the Rodentia p. 943) Edentata n. 41Geber Remarks on the Distribution of the Edentata 21 Marsupialia R 243) - General Remarks on the Distribution of Marsupialia in 933 L emotremata p 253)

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CHAPTER XXI.

THE DISTRIBUTION OF SOME OF THE MORE IMPORTANT FAMILIES AND

GENERA OF INSECTS.

Lepidoptera (p. 470)—General Remarks on the Distribution of the Diurnal Lepi.

doptera and Sphingidea (p. 483) --Coleoptera (p. 486)—Cicindelidæ (p. 486)— Carabide (p. 488)—Lucanidæ (p. 492)—Cetoniidæ (p. 494)—Buprestidæ (p. 495)—Longicornia (p. 498)-General Observations on the Distribution of Coleoptera (p. 502) . . . . . . . . . 468—503

CHAPTER XXII.

AN OUTLINE OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF MOLLUSCA.

Cephalopoda (p. 505)--Gasteropoda (p. 507)-Pulmonifera (p. 512)—General

Observations on the Distribution of Land Mollusca (p. 522)—Pteropoda (p. 531)—Brachiopoda (p. 532)—Conchifera (p. 533)-General Remarks on the Distribution of Marine Mollusca (p. 537) . . . . . 504-539

CHAPTER XXIII.

SUMMARY OF THE DISTRIBUTION AND LINES OF MIGRATION OF THE SEVERAL

CLASSES OF ANIMALS.

Mammalia (p. 540)—Lines of Migration of the Mammalia (p. 544)—Birds (p. 545)

Reptiles (p. 547)-Amphibia (p. 548)—Fresh-water Fishes (p. 549)—Insects (p. 550)— Terrestrial Mollusca (p. 551)— Conclusion (p. 552) . 540—553

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MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS IN VOL. II.

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1. Map of the Neotropical Region 3

2. Plata XIV. A Brazilian Forest with Characteristic Mammalia . . 24

3. Plate XV. A Scene on the Upper Amazon, with some Characteristic

Birds 28

4. Plate XVI. The Chilian Andes, with Characteristic Animals . . 40 6. Plate XVII. A Scene in Cuba, with Characteristic Animals . . 67

6. Map of the Nearctic Region 115

7. Plate XVIII. Scene in California with some Characteristic Birds . . 128

8. Plate XIX The North American Prairies with Characteristic Mammalia 130

9. Plate XX. A Canadian Forest with Characteristic Mammalia . 136

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