Excerpt from The American Journal of Science and Arts, Vol. 47: Whole Number, XCVII; Nos. 139, 140, 141; January, March, May, 1869
Botany and Zoology. - Field, Forest, and Garden Botany, a simple introduction to the common plants of the United States east of the Mississippi, ... both wild and cultivated, by asa gray: Are Unios sensitive to light? Note by C. A. White, 280. - Critical Remarks on Halcyonoid Polyps; N o. 3, by A. E. Verrill, 282. - Ou the Distribution of Fresh-water Fishes in the Allegheny Region of South West ern Virginia, by E. D. Cope: Catalogue of the Reptiles and Batrachians found in the vicinity of Springfield, Mass., with Notices of all other Species known to ln habit the State, by J. A. Allen, 285. - Notes on Radiata in the Museum of Yale College, No. 6. - Review of the Corals and Polyps of the West Coast of America, by A. E. Verrill: Annual Report of the Trustees of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 286.
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