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* * ordero, and # Range within the Region. Range beyond the Region. ra Rallina ... 6 |Austro-Malaya Oriental Pareudiastes ... | 1 | Samoan Islands SCOLOPACIDAE. Cladorhynchus 1 | Australia CHARADRIIDAE. Esacus ... ... | 1 || Austro-Malaya, Australia Oriental Erythrogonys... 1 || Australia Thinornis ... || 2 | New Zealand Anarhynchus 1 | New Zealand Pedionomus ... 1 || Australia RHINOCHETIDAE. Rhinochetus ... | 1 ||New Caledonia ANATIDAE. Nesometta ... | 1 || Auckland Islands Malacorhynchus || 1 || Australia Hymenolaemus 1 | New Zealand Biziura ... ... | 1 || Australia Anseranas 1 | Australia Cereopsis 1 | Australia and Tasmania PROCELLARIIDAE. Prion ... ... | 6 || New Zealand Antarctic Seas SPHENISCIDAE. Eudyptes ... 4 |Australia and N. Zealand Antarctic shores STRUTHIONES. CAsuaki IDE. 294. Dromaeus ... | 2 || Australia 295. Casuaruis ... | 9 |Ceram to New Britain, N.Austrl. APTERYGIDAE. 296. Apteryx... ... 4 ||New Zealand DINoRNITHIDAE. (Extinct) 297. Dinornis... ... | 5 | N. Zealand 298. Miomornis ... || 2 | N. Zealand PALAPTERYGIDAE. (Extinct) 299. Palapteryx ... 2 | N. Zealand 300. Euryapteryx. ... || 2 | N. Zealand

INDEX TO WOL. I.

INDEX To VOL. I.

Note—In this Index the names in Italics all refer to fossil genera or families

mentioned in Part II.

The systematic names of genera and families occurring in

almost every page of Part III. are not given, as they would unnecessarily swell
the Index; but they can be readily referred to by the Class or Order, or by the
Geographical Division (Region or Sub-region) under which they occur. They
will, however, all be found in the General Index, with a reference to the page (in
Wol. II., Part IV.) where a systematic account of their distribution is given.

A.

Aardvark of East Africa, figure of, 261
Accipitres, European Eocene, 163
Accipitres, classification of 97
range of Palaearctic genera of 248
range of Ethiopian genera of, 312
range of Oriental genera of, 385
•range of Australian genera of,486
Acerotherium, European Miocene, 119
N. American Tertiary, 136
Achaenodon, N. American Tertiary, 138
Acotherium, European Eocene, 126
Adapis, European Eocene, 125
AElurogale, European Eocene, 125
AEpyornis, of Madagascar, 164
AEshna, from the Lias, 167
Agnopterus, European Eocene, 163
Agriochaerus, N. American Tertiary, 138
Agrion, from the Lias, 167
Alcephalus, Indian Miocene, 122
Aldabra Islands, land-tortoises of, 289
Aletornis, N. American Eocene, 163
Algeria, Post-Pliocene deposits and caves of,
l

11
Allen, Mr. J. A., on Zoological regions, 61
objections to his system of circumpolar
zones, 67
objections to his zoo-geographical nomen-
clature, 68
Altai.mountains, fossils in caves, 111
Amblyrhiza, Pliocene of Antilles, 148
America, recent separation of North and
South, 40
extinct mammalia of 129
North, Post-Pliocene fauna of 129
Amonys, N. American Tertiary, 134
Amphechinus, European Miocene, 117
Amphibia, means of dispersal of, 28
classification of, 100
peculiar to Palaearctic region, 186
of Central Europe, 196
of the Mediterranean sub-region, 205
of Siberian sub-region, 220

WoL. I.-33

Amphibia, of the Manchurian sub-region, 226
table of Palaearctic families of, 237
of the Ethiopian region, 255
of West Africa, 264
South African, 268
of Madagascar, 280
table of Ethiopian families of 298
of the Oriental region, 317
of the Indian sub-region, 326
of Ceylon, 327
of Indo-Chinese sub-region, 331
of Indo-Malay sub-region, 340
table of Oriental families of, 369
of the Australian region, 397
resemblances of Australian and South
American, 400
of New Guinea, 416
of New Zealand, 457
Amphibos, Indian Miocene, 122
Amphicyon, European Miocene, 118
Indian Miocene, 121
N. American Tertiary, 134
Amphimericidae, European Miocene, 119
Amphimoschus, European Miocene, 120
Amphisorez, European Miocene, 118
Amphitragulus, European Miocene, 120
Anastoma, European Tertiary, 169
Anchilophus, European Eocene, 125
Anchippodus, N. American Eocene, 139
Anchippus, N. American Tertiary, 135
Anchitheridae, N. American Tertiary, 135
Anchitherium, European Miocene, 119
European Eocene, 125
N. American Tertiary, 135
Ancient fauna of New Zealand, 459
Ancylotherium, Miocene of Greece, 116
European Miocene, 121
Andaman Islands, zoology of 333
probable past history of 334
Andreas, European Miocene, 165
Animal kingdom, primary divisions of 85
Animals, development of, affecting distribu-
tion, 7
dispersal and migration of, 10

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