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1"- % ibn THE JOURNAL THE LINNEAN SOCIETY ZOOLOGY M IM ^^s VOL VIII LONDON: SOLD AT THE SOCIETY'S APARTMENTS, BURLINGTON HOUSE; AND BY LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, ROBERTS & GREEN, AND WILLIAMS AND NORGATE 1865 PRINTED BY TAYLOK AND FRANCIS, EED LION COUBT, FLEET STEEET LIST OP PAPERS Page AiiLis, Thomas, F.L.S Notice of a nearly complete Skeleton of a Dinoniis, presented by Dr Gibson to the Museum of tbe Yorkshire Philosophical 50 Society Further Note on a Skeleton of Dinornis robustus, Owen, in the York Museum 140 Baikd, W.,M.D.,F.L.S Description of a Rapacea of new British Annelide, belonging to the Tribe GxubQ = Annelida errantia of Milne-Edwards (Plate I.) new Description of several Annelides= Tribe British On new Species and Varieties of Tubicolous LunvoRA of Grube, in the Museum (Plates I & Collection of the 10 11.) Tubicolous Annelides, in the Collection of the British Museum Part Description of a New 157 Variety of Lepidonottts cirrattis parasitic in the Tube of Chcetopteriis insignis 161 Contributions towards a Monograph of the Species of Annelides belonging to the Aphroditacea, containing a List of the Species, known and a Description of some new Species contained in the National Collection of the British Museum 172 BiiACKWALL, John, F.L.S Facts relative to the Movements of Insects on Dry, Polished, 136 Vertical Surfaces CoBBOLD, T Spenceb, M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S Note on Caesiums 22 Brief Notice of results obtained by Experiments with Entozoa 141 On Animal Individuality from an Entozoological point of view 163 Remarks on the best Methods of displaying Entozoa in Museimis 170 , HAI.IDAY, A H., A.M., F.L.S On Dicellura, a new genus of Insects belonging to the Stirps Thysanura, in the order Neuroptera 162 Hewitson, W C, Esq., F.L.S List of Diurnal Lepidoptera collected by Mr Wallace Eastern Archipelago in the 143 HiNCKS, Rev W., F.L.S On Cygnus Pass7nori, a supposed new American Swan IV ^^^* KiBK, John, M.D., F.L.S On the "Tsetse" Fly of Tropical Africa (Glossina worsitans, Westwood) Marshall, Rev 149 T A Corynodinorum Mecensio Owen, Captain Samuel R On 24 F.L.S J., the Surface-fauna of mid-Ocean RUTHEEFOBD, WiLLIAM, M.D The (Esophagus of the Ruminantia 202 Shobtt, John, M.D., F.L.S Account of a Heronry, and Breeding-place birds, in 53 (Plate III.) of other Water- Southern India A brief Account of the 94 Myrmica Kirhii as found in Southern India 100 Smith, Fbedekick, Esq Descriptions of New Species of Hymenopterous Insects from the Islands of Sumatra, Sula, Gilolo, Salwatty, and Guinea, collected by Mr A R Wallace (Plate IV.) Walker, Francis, Descriptions of New 61 F.L.S New Species of the Dipterous Insects of New Guinea Descriptions of some 102 New Island of Salwatty, near Species of Dipterous Insects from the New Guinea 130 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY OF LONDON On By Oygnus Passmori, a supposed new American Swan the Eev W Hincks, F.L.S., Prof Nat Hist IJniv of Toronto [Eead January Mr Passmore, 21, 1864.] who is an experienced and intelligent observer of the objects which his occupation brings under his notice, obtained a Swan diu-ing the last winter, which appeared to him so remarkable that he called my attention to it, and requested my opinion as to the species to which it belongs On examining it with care, I came to the conclusion that it has not yet been described and although the comparison of further specimens would be very desirable, I venture to lay the observations I have made before the Linnean Society, and to name the new species, from its discoverer, Oygnus Passmori I regret that I did not see the bird until after it had been prepared, when it was no longer possible to obtain all the measurements which I should wish to give but as the sternum, with the trachea, was placed in my hands, and I had also two specimens of the same parts taken from the Oygnus huccinator, I find myself able to give abundantly sufl&cient characters, accompanied by an taxidermist, of Toronto, ; ; interesting correction of the labours of The Swan which I now introduce resembles in LINN PBOC its my predecessors to the notice of naturalists general aspect Oygnus buccinator of Kichardson, — ZOOLOGY, VOL VIII 2t EEV W HINCKS ON CY&NUS PASSMOEI having, like it, the beak, legs, and feet black, and a colour on little the plumage of the head and upper parts of the neck ; but the new though our specimen is apparently a mature bird, is conand smaller in size, and the colour is a light dirty The grey, slightly tinged with ferruginous about the crown same grey tinge is also seen on the tips and inner webs of the quill-feathers of the wings The prominence of the forehead between the eyes is subangular; and there is a difference, best expressed by a figure, in the course of the line bounding the beak species, siderably lighter from the eye to the opening of the mouth In these remarks, I assume that the name Gygnus buccinator must continue to be given to the Grreat Northern Swan, our commonest species, which, from its peculiar cry, is popularly called the Trtimpeter, notwithstanding that two species have been for a time included under the one name, and that it happens that the sternum and trachea communicated by Sir John E-ichardson to Mr Yarrell, and by him described and figured in the 17th volume of the Society's Transactions ' ' species, (pp 1-4, have belonged to a specimen of the tab 1), appear to new and the very remarkable corresponding parts of the true Gygnus luccinator l-emain, so far as I can ascertain, as yet If I undescribed am right in conjecturing that the peculiarities to be pointed out in the trachea are immediately connected with the distinguishing cry of the bird which has given cause for the name, and in supposing that Sir J Eichardson's descripmade from a true Trumpeter, though the trachea procured was obtained from one of a species then confounded with that at least the preserved specimen referred to by Mr Yarit I think I rell in his description must have been a Trumpeter specific tion was probably — shall — be which justified in it is applying the received name to the bird to most appropriate, and bestowing a new one on the smaller species now first distinguished "When, having carefully noted the wide difference between the sternum and trachea in the two species under comparison, I turned to Mr Yarrell's figure already referred to, it was with no small surprise that I found it corresponded very nearly with what I took to be the trachea of new species, instead of that of the true Trumpeter My first the impression was that wrong marks might have been affixed to the specimens, or that I might have confused them, although the com- but on consulting Mr Passdoubt by producing the sternum of a second Trumpeter, procured at the same time with that in my hands ; and, being a female, its agreement with that previously parative size made this improbable more, he was able to remove all ; ; ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY Ixvi Donors Titles Nunneley Use On the (T.) Calabar Bean ; its Action, Preparation, and The Author London 8vo Oliver (D.) Lessons on Elementary Botany matic Botany based upon material Prof : the part on Syste- left in MS by the late 12mo London and Cambridge, 1864 Henslow The Author Owen Odontography (E.) Anatomy ; or a Treatise on the Comparative of the Teeth in the Vertebrate Animals vols 4!to London, 1840^5 Purchased Pander (C.) and D'Alton (E.) Vergleichende Osteologie Abth und Abth 2, Vogel, Lief & 1, Saugethiere, Lief 1-12 Purchased, fol Bonn, 1821-38 Parlatore (P.) Considerations sur laMethode Naturelle en BotaText and Atlas ; nique The Author 8vo Florence, 1863 Phoebus (P.) Die Delondre-SoucJiardafschen China-Rinden 8vo The Author Giessen, 1864 Poggioli 8vo A.) Sd (Gr Alcuni Scritti di Michelangiolo Poggioli The Editor Tomi 8vo Yeronse, 1822-24 The late Joseph Woods, Esq., F.L.S Eoma, 1862 Pollini (C.) Flora Veronensis Porcher (E P.) Eesources of the Southern Fields and Forests Medical, Economical, and Agricultural 8vo Charleston, 1863 The Author Prior (E C A.) On the Popular Names of British Plants ; being an Explanation of the Origin and Meaning of the Names of our Indigenous and most commonly cultivated Species 8vo The Author London, 1863 Eeeve (L.) Conchologia Iconica Anastoma, Monographs of the genera Circe, Concholepas, Cyclotus, Cytherea, Dioiie, Halia, Meroe, Tapes, Terehelltim, Venus, and ZizypMnus London, 4to The Author 1863-64 Eichardson (J.) and Gray (J E.) Zoology of the Voyage of H M S Erebus' and 'Terror,' under the command of Capt Sir James C Eoss, E.N., F.E.S., in 1839^3 Nos ' Mammalia, by J E Gray, Esq., F.E.S., &c Cetacea {complete Birds, by J EeptHes, by Part ?) E Gray, Esq., F.L.S Parts & Gray, Esq., F.E.S., &c Part Fishes, by Sir John Eichardson, M.D., &c Parts 3-6 Insects of 4to J E New Zealand, by A "White, Esq., M.E.S London, 1844-48 J E Gray, Ph.D., F.E.S & L.S ; ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRABT Ixvii Donors Titles Eichardson (J.) Fauna Part Boreali- Americana 4, Insects, by Purchased Norwich, 1837 W Eoberts (Gr E.) Eemarks upon the Present Condition of GeoloThe Author gical Science 8vo London, 1864 Eosenthal (D A.) Synopsis Plantarum Diaphoricarum 8vo Kirby the Eev 4to Purchased Erlangen, 1862 Eoth (A G.) Catalecta Botanica fasc 1-3 Lipsise, The late Joseph "Woods, Eowe 1797-1806 Esq., E.L.S Mammals, Birds, Eeptiles, &c., 8vo the County of Devon The Author Frinc.) Monographia Generum (J B.) Catalogue of the indigenous to, or observed London, 1863 Salm-Eyfferscheid-Dyck (Jos Aloes et Mesembryanthemi, in, 4to Bonnse fasc 1, 5, et W W Saunders, Esq., Y.P.L.S Purchased 4to lb fasc 2, 3, 4, & Sanguinetti (P.) Elorse Romanse Prodromus 4to The Author Savi (C.) Botanicon Etruscum VoU 1-4 8vo Pisis, 1808-25 The late Joseph "Woods, Esq., E.L.S Schkuhr (C.) Beschreibung und Abbildung der Eiedgraser und Nachtrag 8vo Wittenberg, 1801-06 The late Josepj: "Woods, Esq., E.L.S Schultz (F.) Ud Archives de la Flore de France et d'Allemagne, 8vo Bitche, 1842-48 pp 77-350 Archives de Flore; Journal Botanique vol 1, "Wissembourg, &c Smith (J J T Partie The late Joseph Woods, 8vo Esq., F.L.S E.) and Sowerby (J.) English Botany 3rd edition, by Nos 7-18 8vo London, B Syme, Mrs Lankester, &c The Publisher 1863-64 Supplement to English Botany lb 1863 Nos 77 J W & 78 8vo Salter, A.L.S Smith (Eev W.) Notes on French Biatomacece 8vo London, The late Joseph Woods, Esq., F.L.S 1855 Sobolewski (G.) Flora Petropolitana Svo Petropoli, 1799 The late Joseph Woods, Esq., F.L.S Sowerby (G B.) Thesaurus Conchyliorum Part 22 8vo London, 1863 Speede (G T., F S B.) New Indian Purchased Gardener and Vocabulary of ; the most useful Terms, and Catalogue of Plants, Trees, &c., in the English and Native Languages Svo Calcutta, 1848 E KippisT, Libr L.S ADDITIONS TO THE LIBBAET Ixviii Donoes Titles Stainton (H T.) &c Natural History of the Tineina Yol taining Gracilaria, part and Ornix, part 1, H 1864 8, con- London, 8vo T Stainton, Esq., F.L.S Ed Entomologists' Annual for 1864 12mo Ih 1864 The Editoe StraucL (A.) Catalogue Systematique de Ann de decrits dans les Entomol de Prance, en 1832- la Soc W W 8vo Halle, 1861 59 tons les Coleopteres Saundees, Esq., V.P.L.S Strickland (H E.) Eules for Zoological Nomenclature, authorized D of the British Association by Section 8vo Edinburgh, 1863 W Jaedine, Bart Tenore (M.) Elora Medica universale, e Elora particolare della Provincia di Napoli vol 8vo Napoli, 1823 Sylloge Plantarum Vascularium Plorse Neapolitanse, &c SiE 8vo Ih 1831 Tulasne (L P & C.) The late Joseph Woods, Esq., P.L.S Pungorum Carpologia Tom Selecta Puechased 4to Parisiis, 1863 "Waring (E J.) Notes on some of the Indigenous Medical Plants of India 8vo Notes on some of the principal Indigenous Tonics of India 8vo Notes on some of the principal Indigenous Anthelminthics of India On Neem (A.) et Nees ab Esenbeck (Ch descripti et figuris illustrati fol Margosa Rubi Grermanici Gr.) Elberfeldse, 1822-27 The late Joseph Woods, Westwood or The Authoe 8vo tree Weihe vo Calcutta, 1860 the Therapeutic Applications of the (J 0.) Butterflies of Esq., P.L.S Great Britain, with their Trans- formations 4to London, 1855 Puechased Wirtgen (Ph.) Prodromus der Plora der Preussischen Bhein- Abth lande : Phanerogamen — Nachtrage —— Die 1, 2, 3, Cryptogamischen Eheinlande und 12mo Bonn, 1842, 8vo lb Glefasspflanzen der Preussischen 8vo Ih 1847 Plorula Bertricensis 8vo Ih 1849 und G ochroleuca, Lam 8vo 1853? HerbariumMentharumRhenanarum 8vo Coblenz (1855 ?) The late Joseph Woods, Esq., P.L.S Galeopsis Ladanum, L., PoETEAiTS of the Fellows of the Linnean Society (Carte-de-Visite series), in portfolio Messes Maitll and Polyblank — — Ixix INDEX TO THE PROCEEDINGS Obitfaey Notices Additions to tlie Library, received from July 1, 1863, to June 30, 1864 Address of the President, May 24, 1864 Anniversary Meeting, May 24, 1864, Report of the Aroidece from Angola, showing metamorphosis in the leaves of AmorpJiophallus, &c., exhibited by Dr Welwitsch, A.L.S Bequest of other botanical late xlix ix F.L.S Obittjaey Notices Boott, Francis, LINN PROG — VOL VIII xxix xli Nichols, John Bowyer Pratt, Samuel Peace xxx M.D Woods, Joseph Papers read Adams, Arthur, On the xlii xxx xxxi xxxi xliii xxxii xxxii : iii xlvi i Species of MitridcB found in the seas of Japan Aitchison, J E T., Flora of the Jhelum District of the Piuijab Allis, Thomas, On the Skeleton of a Dinornis, presented to the Museum of the Yorkshire Philosophical So- ii iii xlvi ciety Archer, William, On some remarkable Fern-trees with many crowns ii ii Baird, William, Description of a new species of AnnelidcB, belonging to the Family AmphinomidcB vi ii xxiii iv jDescription ofnewspecies and varieties of tubicolous Annehds in the collection of viii the British Museum , On a new British Annelide, belonging to the family : M.D xxviii John WUham v Drummond, James Janson, Thomas Corbyn Stobbs, Rev Tomkins, Charles, the Esq., Boott, Dr Francis, Resolution expressive of the regret of the Society at his loss Digitalis furpurea, curious monstrosity of, exhibited by S Gr J Mivart, Esq., F.L.S Donation the British Museum of the Banksian Collections of Insects and SheUs,typical specimens of Austrahan Mammals, &c Letter acknowledging receipt of Donation to the Natural History Society at Newcastle-on-Tyne of the Herbarium of the late Mr Winch, Letter acknowledging receipt of Ficus glomerata, R., leaves of, presenting a double foliaceous development along secondary veins on the under surface, exhibited by Dr H J Carter NoctuidcB (Indian) exhibited by Sir J B Hearsey, K.C.B, xxviii M.A Mcintosh, Charles Maund, Benjamin Works by Woods, Joseph M.D Jesse, and Floras xxvii John Mussendine, Daniel, Rev Richard, ix :- M.A., &c Camplin, xlv local (continued) Botfield, Beriah, Esq., ChcetopteridcB & xlv viii / — Ixx INDEX Papers read {continued) : — Page Papers read (continued) Hermann, On the Palms : Berkeley, Eev M J., On a peculiar Mode of Fecunda- Western Tropical Africa tion in CliionypTie Carteri, Berk lands Cobbold, T S., Note on Coe mirus Criiger, H., On the Fecunda tion of Orchids and their Morphology xlv vi xlvi Swan xlv i Walter, viii On some Points in the Anatomy of the Rotatoria Ohver, Daniel, On four new genera of Plants of West Tropical Africa; and on a new species of Paropsis , On the Structvu-e of the Anther in the section Sehradendron of the genus v ix viii ii CEsophagus oi^eltuminanxlvi tia Scott, John, Notes on the Ste- rihty and Hybridization of certain species oi Passiflora, and Thomson Brandi sia, a new genus of Scrophu larinea from Martaban J D., Disemma, and Tacsonia xlvi On the Functions and , Structure of the Eeproductive Organs in the Primula- the genus Fu Zucc Kii-k, John, Dimorphism in the Flowers oiMonochoria vagi nalis -, On a new genus of Co , Atlantic Islands , On some s^ecieso{ Musci and SepaticcB, additional to the Floras of Japan and the Coast of China Legumes of Pentaelethra macropliylla, Benth Eutherford, William, On the T., Description of On ptelea, Sieb iv , On the Structure and Mode of Dehiscence of the , iii Bryologia of the Survey of the 49th Parallel of Latitude Contributions to the Cryptogamie Flora of the , J D., On the Plants of the Temperate regions of the Cameroons Moimtains and Islands On the Identity of Pinus Pence, Grriseb., of Macedonia with P excelsa of the Hima laya Mountains xlv Gardnia Hooker, Hooker, xlvi Hincks, EeT.WiUiam, On Cyg nus Passmori, a new Ame rican ticce Moxon, On viii , Siam a presumed case of Parthenogenesis in Zantho xylum alatum, R Hancock, Albany, On the Structure and Homologies of the Eenal Organ in the Nudibranchiate Mollusca therece , iii Mitten, WiUiam, On Adelanthus, a new genus of Sepa- vu Marshall, Eev T A., Monograph of the Corynodinm Masters, M T., On a Peloria and semi-double flower of Ophrys aranifera Miers, John, On the Conan- Brady, H B., On the Ehizo podal Fauna of the Shet Currey, Frederick, Notes on British Fungi DalzeU, N A., On Frerea, e new genus of Asclepiadem Darwin, Charles, On the Sex ual Relations of three forms of Lythrum Salicaria Hahday, A H., On lapyx, a new genus of Insects Hanbui'y, Daniel, On the Garcinia yielding Gamboge in of & V cece On the Individual Sterility and Cross Impregnation of certain species of , Oncidium xlv Smith, Frederick, Description Kurz, Salpig, On Sloetia, a new genus of Moracece, from Sumatra and Singapore Mann, Grustav, andWendland, xlv of new species of Hymenopterous Insects collected by Mr Wallace in the Islands of Sumatra, Sula, Gilolo, Salwatty, and New Guinea xlv : INDEX Page — Papees EEAD (continued) Thomson, Thomas, v Hooker : Walker, Francis, Descriptions of new species of Dipterous Insects from New Guinea and Salwatty Wallace, A E., On the Phenomena of Variation and Geographical Distribution, as illustrated by the PapilionidcB of the Malayan Begion Ward, Swinburn, On the Double Cocoa-nut of the Seychelles {Lodoicea Sey cliellarum) Welwitsch, Frederick, new • On a from the Littoral Eegion of South Benguela species of Cissus, Printed by Ixxi — Papees read (continued) Wendland, Hermann, u Mann Williams, John, On a new species of Ch(Etopterws from North Wales ix Wright, E P., On Nausitora, a new genvis of Teredininm President's Address, May 24, 1864 iv ix Receipts and Payments of the Society, from May 1, 1863, to April 30, 1864 xlvii Sea Cocoa-nut Tree, Memorial to the Governor of the Mauritius relative to the wanton Destruction of vi SecMum edule, fruit of, exhibited by Dr Hooker, Y.P.L.S Tayloe and Feancis, Ked Lion Court, Fleet Street v ; Januaet ; Frice 13 2« JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY ZOOLOGY Vol VIII No 30 ^^ CONTENTS:-s%Jrt-^.i^* I ^ Page The CEsophagus of the Iluminantia>>.^iB5&£"^ipLi^M RuTHEEPOED, M.D., Eesident Surgeon, Boyarinfirmary, Edinburgh formerly Demonstrator of Anatomy at the Eoyal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh ; President of the Eoyal Medical Society II Descriptions of III IV (Plate III.) 53 New Species of Hymenopterous Insects from the Islands of Sumatra, Sula, Grilolo, Salwatty, and New G-uinea, collected by Mr A E Wallace By Eredebick Smith, Assistant in the Zoological Department, British Museum (Plate IV.) 61 Account of a Heronry, and Breeding-place of other "Water-birds, in Southern India By John Shoett, M.D., F.L.S 9-i A brief Account of the Myrmica Kirhii as found in 100 By John Shoett, M.D., E.L.S Southern India V Descriptions of of New New Guinea Species of the Dipterous Insects 102 E.L.S By Eeancis Walkee, Additions to the Library xlix Index to Proceedings, Vol VIII Ixix LONDON: SOLD AT THE SOCIETY'S APAETMENTS, BUELINaTON HOUSE AND BY LONQMAN, GEEEN, LONGMAN, EOBEETS, & GEEEN, and WILLIAMS AND NOEGATE 1865 NOTICE Henceforward the Zoological and Botanical portions of the Journal will be published separately Each volume will consist of Eight numbers, instead of Four The price of each separate number, whether Zoological or Botanical, will be 2s to the public, and Is Gd to Eellows Each volume of eight numbers, when subscribed for and paid in advance, will be charged 12s to the public, and 9s to EeUows Any Candidate for admission as a Eellow must be proposed on a written Certificate, to be signed by three or more Fellows, from their personal acquaintance with him, or knowledge of his character or writings Fellows, on their election, pay an Admission Fee of £6, and are thenceforth liable to an annual Contribution of J63, which may be compounded for at any time by one payment of £30 in lieu of aU future contributions FeUows residing abroad, and not compounding, are required to provide such security for the payment of their annual Contributions as shall be satisfactory to the Council The Fellows are entitled to receive, ffrafis, aU Volumes, or Parts of Yolumes, of the Transactions and Journal, that may be published after they shall have paid one yearly Contribution, or after their Election, if they shall have made Composition in lieu of Annual Payments and they may be supplied with any of the Yolumes published before their Election, at a reduction of 25 per cent, : under the common selling prices The set of the first twenty vols, of the Transactions will be supplied to Fellows at the price of £20 Members are requested to apply at the Apartments of the Society, to Mr Kippist, Librarian, for such volumes as they may be entitled to, or be desirous to purchase but no volume can be delivered gratis to a Fellow whose yearly Contributions are in : arrear, nor can any be delivered unless applied for within five years from the time of publication The Library is open to the Fellows and their friends daily, between the hours of 10 and 4, and on Meeting-days at p.m With certain restrictions, Fellows are allowed to borrow Books from the Library Communications intended to be made to the Society may be addressed to the President, or to the Secretary, at the Society's Apartments, Bvirhngton House, Piccadilly, London DkckmbkuS Trice 4s JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS 01" THE LINNEAN SOCIETY ZOOLOGY Vol VIII & 32 Nos 31 CONTENTS ' >' Proceedings, Vol IX Index to the Proceedings ' .' ' Page ex -'^ Descriptions of New Species of tlie Dipterous Insects of New Guinea By Pbancis Walker, Esq., F.L.S 109 II Descriptions of some New Species of Dipterous Insects from the Island of Salwatty, near New Guinea By Ebanois Walkee, Esq., F.L.S, 130 III Facts relative to the Movements of Insects on Dry, Polished, Vertical Surfaces ByJoH]srBLACKWALL,E.L.S 136 IV Further Note on a Skeleton oiDinornis rohustus, Owen, in the Y ork Museum By Thomas Allis, Esq., F.L.S 140 V Brief notice of results obtainedby Experiments withEntozoa By T.SpencebCobbold,M.D.,F.E.S., F.L.S 141 VI A List of Diurnal Lepidoptera collected by Mr Wallace in the Eastern Archipelago By W C HewITSON, Esq., F.L.S 143 VII On the "Tsetse" Fly of Tropical Africa {Glossina morsitans,'W e&twood) By John Kirk, M.D., F.L.S 149 VIII On new Tubicolous Annelids in the Collection of the British Museum Part ByW.BAiBD,M.D.,F.L.S 157 IX Description of a New Variety of Lepidonotus cirratus, ' parasitic in the Tube of Chcetopterus insignis By W Baibd, M.D., F.L.S X On Dicellura, a new genus Stirps Thysanura, 161 of Insects belonging to the in the order Newoptera By A H HALinAT, A.M., F.L.S 162 XI On Animal Individuality from an Entozoological point ofview ByT.SpENCEECoBBOLD,M.D.,F.E.S.,F.L.S 163 XII Remarks on the best Methods of displaying Entozoa in Museums By T Spencee Cobbold, M.D.,F.E.S., F.L.S 170 XIII Contributions towards a Monograph of the Species XIV of Annelides belonging to the A'phroditacea, containing a List of the known Species, and a Description of some new Species contained in the National Collection of the British Museum By W Baied, MD 172 On the Surface-fauna of mid-Ocean By Major Samuel E J Owen, F.L.S 202 '-\ Index, Title, and Contents of Vol VIII ,> ^j^ ^ LONDON: SOLD AT THE SOCIETY'S APARTMENTS, BURLINaTON HOUSE AND BY LONGMANS, GEEEN, EEADEE, AND DYEE, AND WILLIAMS AND NOEGATE 1865 NOTICE i>^ Henceforward the Zoological and Botanical portions of the Journal will be published separately Each volume will consist of Eight numbers, instead of Eour The price of each separate number, whether Zoological or Botanical, will be 2s to the public, and Is 6cl to Fellows Each volume of eight numbers, when subscribed for and paid in advance, will be charged 12s to the public, and 9^ to Fellows Ant Candidate for admission as a Fellow must be proposed on a written Certificate, to be signed by three or more Fellows, from their personal acquaintance with him, or knowledge of his character or writings Fellows, on their election, pay an Admission Fee of £6, and are thenceforth liable to an annual Contribution of JB3, which may be compounded for at any time by one payment of £30 in lieu of all future contributions Fellows residing abroad, and not compounding, are required to provide such security for the payment of their annual Contributions as shall be satisfactory to the Council The Fellows are entitled to receive, gratis, all Volumes, or Parts of Volumes, of the Transactions and Journal, that may be published after they shall have paid one yearly Contribution, or after their Election, if they shall have made Composition in lieu of Annual Payments and they may be supplied with any of the Volumes published before their Election, at a reduction of 25 per cent, under the common selling prices : The set of the first twenty vols, of the Transactions will be supplied to Fellows at the price of £20 Members Society, to are requested to apply at the Apartments of the Mr Kippist, Librarian, for such volumes as they may or be desirous to purchase but no volume can be delivered gratis to a Fellow whose yearly Contributions are in arrear, nor can any be delivered unless applied for within five years from the time of publication be entitled to, : The Library is open to the Fellows and their friends daily, between the hours of 10 and 4, and on Meeting-days at P.M "With certain restrictions, Fellows are allowed to borrow Books from the Library Communications intended to be made to the Society may be addressed to the President, or to the Secretary, at the Society's Apartments, Burhngton House, Piccadilly, London ... length, from the tip of the beak to the end of the tail, of Length of the head in the meeting of the mandibles ^ , -r, Back ,, , f , 01 the eye to tip ol the line of the J Passmori I C huccinator... over the upper part of the feet, leaving a hollow space in the centre free from them The anterior portion of the body is convex, the lower flattened The segments of the anterior part are of considerable... taking the structure of the operculum as one of his chief generic characters, only two species of the genus Cymospira had then been described One of these, the type of the genus, was the Serpula
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