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Herbert, Rev. W., on song of
protection of, 176.
"specific term," 165.
races contrasted, 213.
Basis of Life," 362; on volition,
peculiar to Celebes, 196.
ICTERIDiE, sexual colouring and
Ideopsis daos, 180.
Imitation, the effects of, in man's
Indians, how they travel through
Ixsects, protective colouring of,
Instinct, how it may be best stu-
in many cases assumed without
Intellect of savages compared
Intellectual power, range of, in
Iphias glaucippe, 172.
Ithomia, mimicked by Leptalis, 83.
Ithomia ilerdina, mimicked by four
JAVA, relations of, to Sumatra
and Borneo, 193.
males in Turnix, 115.
KALLIMA inachis and Kallima
Lakes as cases of imperfect adapt-
Laniad.e, sexual colouring and ni-
Lamarck's hypothesis very dif-
Larentia tripunctaria, 63.
Law which has regulated the in-
Laycock, Dr., on law of "uncon-
Leaf Butterfly, appearance and
Lepidoptera, especially subject to
Leptalis, species of mimic Heli-
Lester, Mr. J. M., on wood-dove
Levaillant, on formation of a
Limenitis archippus, 88.
Limenitis limire, 172; procris, 172.
Lizards refusing certain moths
Local Forms, 158.
Local Yariation of form, 169; of
Locustidje, adaptive colouring of,
Luminousness of some insects a
Lyoenid.e, probable means of pro-
MAMMALS, mimieryamong, 107.
Man, does he build by reason or
his origin, 304; unity or plural-
Mantid*, adaptive colouring of,
Malacoderms, a protected group,
Matter, the nature of, 363; Mr.
Mechanitis and Methona, mi-
Mecocerus, dimorphism of, 155.
Mecocerus gasella, 94.
Megapodid.e, sexual colouring and
Midas dives, 97.
Mimeta, mimicking Tropidorhyn-
Mimicry, meaning of the word,
beetle?, 01; of other insects by
Momotidje, sexual colouring and
Monteouzier, M., on butterflies
Moral sense, difficulty as to the
Morphos, how protected, 73.
Murray, Mr. Andrew, objections
Muscicapid.e, sexual colouring
Musophagid.e, sexual colouring
NAPEOGENES, all the species
Natural selection, the principle
NECYdAnn,E, mimic Hymenop-
Nemophas grayi, a Longicoru mi-
Nests of Birds, why different,
New Forms, how produced by
New Guinea, relation of the seve-
Nocturnal animals, colours of,
OBEREA, species resemble Ten-
Odontocera odyneroides, 96.
Odynerus sinuatus, 90.
Onthophilus sidcatus, like a seed,
Onychocerus scorpio, resembles
Orange-tip butterfly, protective
Orchis, structure of an, explained
Orgyia antiqua and O. gonostigma,
Omithoptera priamus, 145, 173;
Oxyrhopus petolarius, O. trigemi-
Owen, Professor, on more gene-
mus, 151; P. ormenus, 150, 152,
Papilionid.e, the question of their
Parid.e, sexual colouring and nidi-
Passenger pigeon, cause of its
Patent inventions, as illustrating
twig?, 64; females resembling
Phyllium, wonderful protective
Pierid.e, local modification of
Pieris, females only imitating
Pieris coronis, 172; eperia, 172.
Pieris pyrrha, 113.
Picidj:, sexual colouring and nidi-
Pipridje, sexual colouring and
Pliocerus equalis, 101; P. elapoides,
Ptsciloderma terminale, 93.
Polarity, Forbes' theory of, 17,
Polymorphism, 145; illustration
Population of species, law of, 28;
Prevision, a case of, 122.
Protection, various modes in
Protective colouring, theory of,
Psittaci (Parrots), sexual colour-
RACES, or subspecies, 160; of
Redbreast and woodpigeon, pro-
Representative groups, 9; of Tro-
Reptiles, protective colouring of,
Rhamphastid.e, sexual colouring
River system, as illustrating self-
Roses, Mr. Baker on varieties of,
Rudimentary organs, 23.
SALVIN, Mr. Osbert, on a case of
Saturnia pavonia-minor, protective
Satyrid.e, probable means of pro-
Savages, why they become extinct,
Scansorial birds, nests of, 238.
Scopulipedes, brush-legged bees,
ScuddER,Mr.,on fossil insects, 301.
Scutellerid.e, mimicked by Long-
Sesia bombiliformis, 90.
Sesiid.e, mimic Hymenoptera, 90.
Sexes, comparative importance of,