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TABLE I.

FAMILIES OF ANIMALS INHABITING THE NEARCTIC REGION.
Explanation.

Names in italics show the families which are peculiar to the region.

Names inclosed thus ( ) show families which barely enter the region, and are not

considered properly to belong to it. Numbers correspond to the series of numbers to the families in Part IV.

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Order and Family.

62. Haploodontidce

66. Cercolabidse ...

69. Lagomyidse ...

70. Leporidse

Marstjpialia. 76. Didelphyidae...

BIRDS.

Passekes.

L Turdidse

2. Sylviidse

5. Cinclidao

6. Troglodytidse,

7. Chammidiz ...

8. CerthiidsB

9. Sittidss

10. Parid*

19. Laniidse

20. Corrida

26. (Ccerebida?) ...

27. Mniotiltidce ...

28. Virconidte

29. Ampelida?

30. Hirundinidse...

31. Icterida

32. Tanagridae ...

33. Fringillida! ...

37. Alaudidse

38. Motacillidte ...

39. Tyrannidae

Picari*.

51. Picid*

58. Cuculidfe

67. Alcedinidte ...

73. Caprimulgidse

74. CypselidK

75. Trochilida; ...

PslTTACI.

80. Conuridae

CoLUMBiE.

84. ColumbidUe ...

Galling.

87. Tctraonidse ...

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Almost cosmopolite
Almost cosmopolite
Palsearctic, Oriental, Andes
All regions but Australian

Palaiarctic, Oriental, Australian

Palsearctic, Oriental, Australian, irk-.

The Eastern Hemisphere

The Eastern Hemisphere

Cosmopolite

Neotropical family

Neotropical

Neotropical

Palsearctic, Antilles, Guatemala

Cosmopolite

Neotropical

Neotropical

All regions but Australian
All regions but Neotropical
Cosmopolite
Neotropical

All regions but Australian
Almost cosmopolite
Cosmopolite
Cosmopolite (a
Almost cosmopolite
Neotropical

Neotropical

Cosmopolite

Almost cosmopolite

Palsearctic, Oriental, Ethiopian, Hondu., - >cNeotropical

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