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GENERAL INDEX.

GENERAL INDEX.

ALL names in Italics refer, either to the genera and other groups of Extinct
Animals in Part II. of the First Wolume;—or to the genera whose distribution
is given under Geographical Zoology (Part IV.) in the Second Volume; the
Families and higher groups being in small capitals. All other references are in
ordinary type. -
The various matters discussed under Zoological Geography (Part III.), are
indexed as much as possible by subjects and localities. None of the genera
mentioned in this Part are indexed, as this would have more than doubled the
extent of the Index, and would have served no useful ". because the
general distribution of each genus is given in Part IV., and the separate details
can always be found by referring to the region, sub-region, and class.

A. Acara, ii. 438
- Accentor, ii. 260

Aard-vark of East Africa, figure of, i. 261 Accentorinae, ii. 257
Aard-wark. ii. 246 Accipenser, ii. 459
Aard-wolf, ii. 196 ACCIPENSERIDAE, ii. 459
Abacetus, ii. 491 w Accipiter, ii. 348
Abaz, ii. 489 Accipitres, European Eocene, i. 163
Abisara, ii. 475 Accipitres, classification of, i. 97
Ablabes, ii. 375 range of Palaearctic genera of, i. 248
Ablepharus, ii. 395 range of Ethiopian genera of, i. 312
Abramis, ii. 453 range of Oriental genera of, i. 385
A bronia, ii. 392 range of Australian genera of, i. 486
Abrornis, ii. 258 ACCIPITRES, ii. 345
Abrostomus, ii. 451 general remarks on the distribution of, ii.
Aburria, ii. 343 351
Acalyptus, ii. 384 ACCIPITRINAE, ii. 347
Acanthias, ii. 461 Acerina, ii. 425
Acanthicus, ii. 444 Aceros, ii. 317
Acanthion, ii. 240 Acerotherium, ii. 214
Acanthis, ii. 283 - Acerotherium, European Miocene, i. 119
Acanthigitta, ii. 265 N. American Tertiary, i. 136
Acanthiza, ii. 258 Acestra, ii. 444
Acanthobrama, ii. 453 Acestura, ii. 108
ACANTHOCLINIDAE, ii. 432 Achalinus, ii. 375
Acanthodactylus, ii. 391 Acharnes, ii. 434
Acanthodelphis, ii. 209 Achatina, ii. 515
Acanth0labrus, ii. 437 Achatinella, ii. 514
Acanthomys, ii. 229 Acherontia, ii. 483
Acanthophis, ii. 383 Achilognathus, ii. 452
Acanthopsis, ii. 453 Achaenodon, N. American Tertiary, i. 138
ACANTHOPTERYGII, ii. 424 Acicula, ii. 519
ACANTHopterygii. PHARYNCO. ACICULIDAE, ii. 519

GNATHI, ii. 437 Acmaeodera, ii. 497
Acanthopthalmus. ii. 453 Acodon, ii. 230
Acanthoptila, ii. 261 ACONTIADAE, ii. 390
Acanthopyga, ii. 390 Acontias, ii. 399
Acanthorhynchus, ii. 275 Acotherium, European Eocene, i. 126
Acanthosaura, ii. 402 Acotherium, ii. 215

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Acraea, ii. 473
ACRAEIDAE, ii. 473
Acrantus, ii. 390
Acredula, ii. 266
Acridotheres, ii. 287
Acris, ii. 419
Acrobata, ii. 252
Acrocephalus, ii. 258
Acrochilus, ii. 452
ACROCHORDIDAE, ii. 382
Acrochordonichthys, ii. 442
Acrochordus. ii. 382
ACRONURidze, ii. 433
Acroptermis, ii. 297
Acryllium, ii. 340
Actenodes, ii. 497
Actinodura, ii. 261
Ada, ii. 390
Adamsiella, ii. 521
Adapis, European Eocene, i. 125
Addax, ii. 223
Adelomia, ii. 108
Adelotopus, ii. 490
Adenomera, ii. 416
Adolids, ii. 474
Aedon, ii. 259
AEgeria, ii. 482
AEGERIIDAE, ii. 482
AEgialitis, ii. 356
AEgithaliscus, ii. 266
AEgithalus, ii. 266
AEgocera, ii. 482
AEgotheles, ii. 818
AEłured us, ii. 275
AElurichthys, ii. 443
AELURIDAE, ii. 201
AElurogale, European Eocene, i. 125
AElwropus, ii. 201
AElurus, ii. 201
AEmona, ii. 472
ABnigma, ii. 490
AEolidae, ii. 530
AEpyceros, ii. 223
AEpyornis, of Madagascar, i. 164
AEpyornis, ii. 370
refoyof Nithidae. ii. 870
AEsacus, ii. 355
AEshna, from the Lias, i. 167
AEthopyga, ii. 276
AEthya, ii. 864
Agama. ii. 402
AGAMIDAE, ii. 401
Agapornis, ii. 328
Agarista, ii. 482
Agaristidae, ii. 482
Agelasta, ii. 501
Agelastinae, ii. 340
Agelaeus, ii. 282
Ageniosus, ii 443
Ageronia, ii. 474
Aglaeactis, ii. 108
Agnopterus, European Eocene, i. 163
Agoniates, ii. 445
Agonostoma, ii. 435
Agonus, ii. 428
Agouti, ii. 241
Agra, ii. 490
Agraulis, ii. 474
Agrilus, ii. 497
Agriochaerus, N. American Tertiary, i. 138
Agrion, from the Lias, i. 167
Agriornis, ii. 100
Ahaetulla, ii. 379
Ailia, ii. 442
Aipysurus, ii. 384
4ithurus, ii. 107

Air, ii. 363
Akysis, ii. 442
Alarmon, ii. 289
Alaska, birds of, ii. 136
Alauda, ii. 289
Ai, AUDIDAE. ii. 289
Albatrosses, ii. 365
Albulichthys, ii. 452
Alburnus, ii. 453
Alca, ii. 367
Alcadia, ii. 522
ALCEDINIDAE, ii. 315
Alcedo, ii. 316
ALCEPHALINAE, ii. 224
Alcephalus, Indian Miocene, i. 122
Alcephalus, ii. 224 -
Alces, ii. 219
Alcido. ii. 867
Alcippe, ii. 261
Aleurus, ii. 267
Alcyone, ii. 316
Aldabra Islands, land-tortoises of, i. 289
Alectorurus, ii. 100
Alectroenas, ii. 332
ALEPOCEPHALIDAE, ii. 454
Alesa, ii. 475
Alestes, ii. 445
Alethe, ii. 262
Aletornis, N. American Eocene, i. 163
Aleutian Islands, birds of, ii. 137
Algeria, Post-Pliocene deposits and caves of,
i. 111
Algira, ii. 391
Also, sub-region, ii. 130
mammalia of, ii. 132
birds of, ii. 132
reptiles of, ii. 133
amphibia of, ii. 134
fishes of, ii. 134
islands of, ii. 134
Allen, Mr. J. A., on Zoological regions, i. 61
objections to his system of circumpolar
zones, i. 67
objections to his zoo-geographical nomen-
clature, i. 68
on birds of N. America, ii. 133, 186
Alligator, ii. 406
ALLIGATORIDAE, ii. 406
Alligators, ii. 406
Allotinus, ii. 477
Alopecias, ii. 460

Alsodes, ii. 417
Altai mountains, fossils in caves, i. 111
Alytes, ii. 417
ALYTIDAE, ii. 417
Amadāna, ii. 287
Amara, ii. 489
Amarynthis, ii. 476
Amathusia, ii. 472
Amduresthes, ii. 287
Amaurospiza, ii. 285
Amazilia, ii. 109
Amblyrhiza, Pliocene of Antilles, i. 148
AMBLYCEPHALIDAE, ii 380
Amblycephalus, ii. 380
Amblyceps, ii. 443
Amblychila, ii. 487
Amblymora, ii. 501
Amblyopsis, ii. 450
Amblyornis, ii. 275

Amblypha odon, ii. 452
Amblypodia, ii. 477
Amblyrhamphus, ii. 282

Amblyrhiza, ii. 237

Amblyrhynchichthys, ii. 452

Amblystoma, ii. 413

Ameiva, ii. 390

America, recent separation of North and

South, i. 40

extinct mammalia of, i. 129
N., Post-Pliocene fauna of, i. 129

American Creepers, ii. 295

AMIIDAE, ii. 458

Amiurus, ii. 442

Ammodromus, ii. 284

Ammodytes, ii. 440

Ammomanes, ii. 289

AMMONITIDAE, ii. 506

A momys, N. American Tertiary, i. 134

Ampeliceps, ii. 287

AMPELIDAE, ii. 280

Ampelio, ii. 102

Ampelis, ii. 280

Amphechinus, European Miocene, i. 117
ii. 188

Amphibia, means of dispersal of, i. 28
classification of, i. 100
peculiar to Palaearctic region, i. 186
of Central Europe, i. 196
of the Mediterranean sub-region, i. 205
of the Siberian sub-region, i. 220
of the Manchurian sub-region, i. 226
table of Palaearctic families of, i. 237
of the Ethiopian region, i. 255
of West Africa, i. 264
8. African, i. 268
of Madagascar, i. 280
table of Ethiopian families of, i. 298
of the Oriental region, i. 317
of the Indian sub-region, i. 326
of Ceylon, i. 327
of the Indo-Chinese sub-region, i. 331
of the Indo-Malay sub-region, i. 340
table of Oriental families of, i. 369
of the Australian region, i. 397
resemblances of Australian and South-

American, i. 400

of "New Guinea, i. 416
of New Zealand, i. 457
Neotropical, ii. 11
of South Temperate America, ii. 41
of the Mexican sub-region, ii. 54
of the Antilles, ii. 72
table of Neotropical families of, ii. 89
of the Nearctic region, ii. 120
of California, ii. 128
of Central North America, ii. 131
of Eastern United States, ii. 134
table of Nearctic families of, ii. 143

AMPHIBIA, ii. 411
so remarks on the distribution of, ii.

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fossil, ii. 423
summary and conclusion, ii. 548
lines of migration of, ii. 548
Amphibola, ii. 510
Amphibos, Indian Miocene, i. 122
ii. 225

Amphicyon, European Miocene, i. 118
Indian Miocene, i. 121
N. American Tertiary, i. 134
ii. 198
ii. 202
Amphiglossus, ii. 898
Amphimericidae, European Miocene, i. 119
4*. European Miocene, i. 120
Amphiorus, ii. 464
Amphipnous, ii. 455

Amphisbrena, ii. 889
AMPHISBAENIDAE, ii. 388
Amphisorer, European Miocene, i. 118

ii.
4*lus, European Miocene, i. 120
ii. 21

Amphiuma, ii. 412

AMPHIUMIDAE, ii. 412

Amphirestus, ii. 397

Ampullaria, ii. 510

Amydrus, ii. 288

Anytis, ii. 258

Anabatoides, ii. 103

Anabaze , ii. 103

Anableps, ii 450

ANACANTHINI, ii. 439

Anacyrtus, ii. 445

Anadenus, ii. 517

Anadia, ii. 393

ANADIADAE, ii. 393

Anaeretes, ii. 101, 291

Amaides, ii. 413

Analcipus, ii. 268

Amarhynchus, ii. 356

Anarrhich as, ii. 431

Anas, ii. 363

4*; European Tertiary, i. 169
. 52

Anastomus, ii. 361

ANATIDAE, ii. 363

ANATINIDAE, ii. 536

Anatinella, ii. 536

Amausorer, ii. 191

Anchilophus, European Eocene, i. 125

Anchippodus, N. American Eocene, i. 139

Anchi , N. American Tertiary, i. 135
ano idae, N. American Tertiary, i. 135
. 212

Amchitherium, European Miocene, i. 119
European Eocene, i. 125
N. American Tertiary, i. 135

Ancient fauna of New Zealand, i. 459

Ancistrops, ii. 103

Ancylotherium, Miocene of Greece, i. 116
European Miocene, i. 121

Ancylotherium, ii. 246

Ancyluris, ii. 476

Ancylus, ii. 518

Andaman Islands, zoology of, i. 333
probable past history of, i. 334

Andigena, ii. 307

Andrias, European Miocene, i. 165

Androdon, ii. IOT

Andropadus, ii. 267

Aneitea, ii. 517
Anguilla, ii. 456
Anguis, ii. 397

Angwantibo, ii. 176
Animal kingdom, primary divisions of, i 85
animo dowment of, affecting distribu-
on, i. 7
dispersal and migration of, i. 10
rapid multiplication of, i. 10
Anisacodon, N. American Tertiary, i. 137
Anoa of Celebes, peculiarities of, i. 428
Anoa, ii. 222
Anodon, li. 534
Anolius, ii. 400
Anomalurus, ii. 235
Anomalpus, ii. 397
Anoplodipsas, ii. 381
Anoplotheriidae, European Miocene, i. 119
Anoplotherium, European Miocene, i. 119
uropean Eocene, i. 126
S. American Eocene, i. 1
Anopthalmus, ii. 489

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