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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal Part II.— Natural Science 1896

1896

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The 3rd 4th and 5th dorsal spines are the longest—nearly onthird the length of the bead : the 2nd anal spine much the longest and strongest—nearly half the length of the head. [...] The 2nd 3rd and 4th dorsal spines much the longest--contiderably more than half the length of the head : the 2nd anal spine the longest— not quite half the length of the head. [...] The mouth 'is short and broad the cleft approaching the vertical the maxilla being a little over three-fourths the length of the eye which is slightly over one-third the length of the head. [...] of the space between the front wall of the lower orbit and the tip of tho kilob of the mandibular symphysis—is less than one-third the length of the eye. [...] The dorsal fin arises just behind the vertical through the base of the ventrals and nearly half its extent is in the anterior half of the body (measured without caudal) : the anal arises just behind the ldvel of the last dorsal ray : the adipose fin is halfway between the end of the dorsal and the base of the caudal : the lower caudal lobo is very slightly prolonged.

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Natural History Notes from H.M. Indian Marine Survey Steamer ‘Investi-Gator’ Commander C.F. Oldham R. N. Commanding. Series II. No. 23. A Supplementary List of the Marine Fishes of India with Descriptions of 2 New Genera and 8 New Species.—By A. Alcock M. B. C. M. Z. S. Superintendent of the Indian Museum 301-338 The Natural History Secretary

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Materials for a Flora of the Malayan Peninsula.—By George King M.B. Ll.D. F.R.S. C.I.E. Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Garden Calcutta 339-516 The Natural History Secretary

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Natural History Notes from H.M. Indian Marine Survey Steamer ‘Investigator’ Commander C.F. Oldham R.N. Commanding.— Series II. No. 24. Report on the Paguridæ Collected During the Season 1893-94.—By J. R. Henderson M.B. F.L.S. Fellow of the University of Madras Professor of Biology in the Madras Christian College٭ 516-536 The Honorary Secretaries

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Noviciæ Indicæ XIII. Further Notes on Indian Convolvulaceæ; with Descriptions of Three Additional Species.—By D. Prain 536-538 The Natural History Secretary

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Description of a New Species of Branchipus from Calcutta.—By A. Alcock M. B. C. M. Z. S. Superintendent of the Indian Museum 538-539 The Natural History Secretary

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An Instance of the Natural Repellent Effect of “Warning Colours.”—By A. Alcock M. B. C. M. Z. S. Superintendent of the Indian Museum 539-540 The Natural History Secretary

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Noviciæ Indicæ XIV. Some Additional Solanaceæ.—By D. Prain 541-543 The Natural History Secretary

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Backmatter i-iv The Natural History Secretary

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251
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sarf.120250

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