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A MONTHLY JOURNAL

DEVOTED TO THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

CHARLES R. DODGE, Editor.

BULLETIN OF THE FOTOMAC-SIDE NATURALISTS' CLUB,

VOLUME II.

WASHINGTON:
THE COLUMBIA PRESS.

yra 1877

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CONTENTS.

Acridium Americum, 145.

COUES, DR. ELLIOT, Articles by, 123, 191.
Ancient Apple tree, 121.

(rab, Edible of Maryland, &c., 73.
A Fly's Toilet, 101.

Crow's secking water, 65.
ALLEN, J. A., Article by, 76.

Curious fact concerning a frog, S9.
Alpacas of North America-plate, 91. Curious Coincidence, 34.
Alpine and Sub-alpine Flora of White Cypress Swamp of Indiana, 93.

Mt'ns of N. H., catalogue, 98.

American Association, (A.A.A.S.) Meet- Davenport Academy of Science, note on,

ing of, 47; Notice of Entomological Dogs Eating Wasps, 16.

Club of, 36.

DODGE, Chas. R., Editor, Articles by,

Archaelogical Explorations in Nicara 21, 53, 66, 145, 160, 184, 202.
gua-plate, 133.

DODGE, J. R. Article by, 91.

Doryphora decemlineata, 66, 114.
BANNING, M. E., Articles by, 140, 144, Drumming of the Ruffed Grouse, 57.

173, 215.
BIRDS, Congress of, 122; Catalogue of, Earth worms on the Pavements, 183,
in Mrs. Maxwell's Colorado Mu-

Iu- 220.
seum, 195; of the District of Col. Edible Crab of Maryland, &c., 73.
umbia, Catalogue of, 154, 178; the EDITORIAL PENCILLINGS, American Pos-
same, Remarks on, 191; Tendency tal Micro-Cabinet (lub, 17, 147 ;
to Vary Habits, 107; Unusual Ac American Forestry Association, 147.
cidents to, 106.

Correction, 18; Franklin Society of

Botany at the Centennial, !42.

Providence, 148; Grasshopper Leg-

islation, 69, 125.

Catalogue of Alpine and Sub-alpine Flora EICHE, MARTIN, Article by, 172.

of White VIt'ns, N. H., 98. Elm Leaf Beetle, 96.

Catalogue of the Birds of the District of Euschestes punctipes, 69.

Columbia, 154, 178.

Exploration of some Indian Graves in

Catalpa or Cigar-tree, 51; Notes on, 27. Ctah, 185.

Caterpillars, 123.

Catocala, Hints on Collecting, 201. Field Votes in New England, 43.

Caution to Mushroom Groweri, 146. FIELD RECORD).- Acudium American-

Cellulose, Vegetable and Animal, 79.

um, 145; Ancient Apple Tree, 121;

CENTENNIAL, Botany at the, 142; Cap Snow Fleas, 145; Catalpa or Cigar

tures at, 33 ; Economic Entomology Tree, 51; Caution to Mushroom
in Gov't Exhibition at, 21; Scandi Eaters, 146; Colorado Beetle, 66;
navian Herbarium. from, 182.

Congress of Birds, 122; Crows

COCKERING, JR., PROF. J. W., Articles seeking water, 65; Earthworms on

by, 43, 90, 158.

the Pavements, 183; Euschistes

Colorado Beetle, 66, 114.

punctipes, 69; Good Words, 202;

Collection of Economic Entomology in Green Snake, 202 ; Grass Hoppers

Gov't Exhibit at the Centennial, 21. in the North West, 64; Hints on
Congress of Birds, 122.

Hunting Catocala, 201 ; Sagacity of

CORRESPONDENCE, Fish Skeletons, 204; a Fox, 144 ; Second Blossoming,

Earth Worms, 220; Scandinavian 66, 105; Shell Heaps of Delaware,

Herbarium, 182; Singing Mice, 50; " Stand off" between a snake

203, Texan Birds, 183, 219; This and Froy, 123; Tepularia discolor,

tle aphis, 52.

66; Unusual Accidents to Birds,

106; What was their motive ? 68; Leucosticte, Sexual, Individual and Geo-

Watermelon blight, 68.

graphical Variation in the Genus, 37.

Fish Skeletons, how to make, 204. Leucosticte, Sexual Variation in the

Flora Columbiana, 13, 31, 45, 61, 86, Genus, 76.

103.

I ittle Cypress Swamp of Indiana, 93.

FOREMAN, DR. E., Articles by, 25, 52, Local Plant Catalogues, 158.

99, 116, 133

Lubber Grasshopper, The, 160.

Forster's Tern, Notes on, 29.

Locust in England, 124.

Friendly Spiders, 164.

Fungi, 89.

MARTINDALE, J. C., Correspon lence,
Fungi, Notes on Preservation of, 140.

182.

Maxwell's, Mrs., Colorado Museuem,

Galls, on plant, 165.

195.

GILL, PROF. THEO., Article by, 188. Meeting of the American Association,

GLEANINGS IN FOREIGN FIELDS.-A. &c., 47.

Curious Coincidence, 34; Caterpil- MERRICK, E. C., Notes by, 64.

lars, 123; Commensalism among Micro Cabinet Club, Am. Postal, 147.

Caterpillars, 217; Curious Fact con- Microscopical Society oi, N. Y., Notice,

cerning a Frog, 89; Dogs Eating 153.

Wasps, 16; Friendly Spiders, 164; MILNER, J. W., Article by, 4.

Fugi, 89; How Typhoid Fever is Mosses of the District of Columbia, 118.

Spread, 35; Intelligence of Ants, 218. Museum Godeffroy, 172.

Ingenious Microscopic Adjustment, Museum Godeffroy at Hamburg, 116.

218; Locust in England, 124; New Musk Ox, The, 149.

Remedies for the Phylloxera, 89;

On Collecting Hymenoptera. 35; New England, Field Notes in, 53.

Plant Fertilization, 15; Sardine New Killing Botile, 194.

Fisheries, 88; Sense of Hearing in NOTE ON Analysis of Grape Roots, 184;

Birds and Insects, 162; Venomous American Postal Micro Cabinet
Spider of New Zealand, 161.

Club, 90; Davenport Acad. Scien-

Good Words, 202.

ces, 184; Green Snake, 202; House

Grasshoppers in the Northwest, 64.

Fly, 193; Maggotts in Strawberries,

Green Snake, 202.

102; Recent Arrivals, Zoological

Garden, Phila, 164; Singular Oc-

Hail Stones, Peculiar forms of, 2.

curence, 171 ; Trox Scaber, 164.

Hints upon Skeleton Making, 173. Notes on the Catalpa, 27.

Hungry Anthreni, 184.

Notes on the Preservation of Fungi, 140.

Hydrodictyon utriculatum,"68. . Notes on the Trap Door Spider, 120.

Notice of American Microscopical So-

Indian Graves in Utah, Exploration of

ciety of N. Y., 153

some, 185.

Votice of Entom. Club of the A.A.A.S.,

Inscription to the memory of Capt. C. F.

Hall, 117.

OLDIERG, RUDOLPH, Catalogue by, 118.

Insect Longevity, 156.

On collecting Hymenoptera, 35.

Invertebrates which prey upon Fishes, On the Habits of Steganopus Wilsoni,

Reptiles and Amphibia, 4.

II.

On Plant Galls, 165.

JOHNSON, JAS. A., Article; by, 194, Ornithological Notes in Texas, 127.

201, 204.

Our BOOK SHELF, 18, 70, 90, 106, 1211,

JOUEY, P. L., Articles by, 29, 178, 154. 148.

Jumping Seeds, 53.

Peculiar forms of Hail Stones, 2.

KUMLEIN, LUDWIC, Articles by, 11, 106, Phylloxera, new remedies for, 89.
127, 219.

Phylloxera and Insecticides, 199.

Phylloxera vastatrix, 138.

Sinea Multispinosa, 67.

Postal Micro Cabinet Club, American, 90. Singing Mice, 204.
Potomac Side Naturalists' Club, 12, 181. Skeleton Making, Hints on, 173.
PRENTISS & COUES, DRS., Article by, Snow Fleas, 145.
I91.

* Stand off" between Snake and Freg,

123.
RATHVON, S. S., 50, 51, 96, 105, 114, Steganopus, Wilsoni, on the habits of, 11.
56, 164.

STOCKWELL, DR. G. A., 149.

Remarks on the Birds of the District of Sunfishes, Scientific Names of our com- .

Columbia, 191.

com, 188.

Resurrection Plants, 99.

RIDGWAY, ROBER, 37, 93, 195, 208. TAYLOR, THOS, 79.

Ruffed Grouse, Drumming of, 57. Tendency in Birds to Vary their habits,

107.

Sardine Fisheries, 88.

Tepularia, discolor, 66.

Sagacity of a Fox, 144.

Trap door Spider, 120.

SAUNDERS WILLIAM, Article by, 138. Two Pupæ in one Cocoon, 203.

Scientific Names of our common Sun- Typhoid fever, How Spread, 35.

fishes, 188.

SCOTT, DAVID, 57, 107.

UHLER, PROF. PHILIP, R., 73.

SEAMAN, WM. H., 6, 47, 66, 68, 168. Unusual Accidents to Birds, 106.

SEAMAN, MRS. M. P., 121.

Second Blossoming, 66.

VASEY, DR. GEO., 142.

Second Blooming, 105.

Vegetable and Animal Cellulose, 79.

Seeds, Jumping, 53.

Vitality of Seeds, 6.

Seeds, Vitality of, 6.

Volume Second, I.

Sense of Hearing in Birds and Insects, VORCE, C. M., Note by, 90.

162.
Sexual, Individual and Geographical Va. Watermelon Blight, 68.

riation in the Genus Leucosticte, 37. Ward, L. F., 122, 183.
Sexual Variation in the Genus Leucos- WEBSTER, PROF. N. B., 65.
ticte, 76.

What was their motive ? 68.

SCHAEFFER, Dr. E. M., 2.

Shell Heaps of Delaware, 50.

Yarrow, Dr. H. C., 185, 207.

Shell Heaps in Maryland, 25.

YOUNG, Mrs. M. G., 203.

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