BULLETIN OF THE UNITED STATES FISH COMMISSION 1881.
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Armistead, A. Wilson. A transfer of Leather Carp (Cyprintis carpio) from the government ponds at Washington, U. S. A., to Scotland. 341
Banditten, Eben. Recent contributions to pond cultivation. 385
Barnes, A. G. Growth and Spawning of German Carp in Alabama. 424
Bean, Tarleton H.
Behr, von. Treatment of Fish Eggs at Sea. 346
Borne, Max von dem. Dry transmission of Fish Eggs. 345
Campbell, J. B. Notes on McCloud River, California, and Some of its Fishes. 44
Chadwick, B. P. The Destruction of Young Fish by Unsuitable Fishing Implements. 339
Clark, Frank N.
Collins, Capt. J.W.
Creighton, R. J. Fish-Culture in New Zealand. 51
Deblois, Capt. E. T. The Origin of the Menhaden Industry. 46
Eckardt, Herr. The Peculiarities of Blue Carp. 389
Finsch Dr. O. Report on a Trip in Germany to Secure Carp for the United States Fish Commission. 220
Fisher, F. B. Fishing and Fish-Culture in Florida. 251
Forbes, Prof. S. A.
Gilbert, W.I. Growth of the Salbling (Salmo salvelinus) in the Old Colony Trout-Ponds at Plymouth, Mass. 427
Goode, G. Brown.
Goode, G. Brown, and Capt. J. W. Collins. The Winter Haddock Fishery of New England. 226
Haack, Director. A German View of the American Section in the Berlin Fishery Exhibition. 57
Harding, Charles W. Inquiries Concerning the Propagation of American Smelt and Shad, and Notes on the Fisheries of the Wash in England. 428
Harding, Garrick M. Suggestions to Fish Culturists. 55
Hawkins, J. W. An Opinion Regarding the Influence upon the Coast Fisheries of the Steamers used in the Menhaden Fishery. 266
Hemphill, Henry. On the Habits and Distribution of the Geoduck, a Clam of the Pacific (Glycimeris generosa, Gld.), with Suggestions as to its Introduction into the Atlantic Coast of the US. 200
Hermes, Dr. Otto. On the Mature Male Sexual Organs of the Conger-Eel (Conger vulgaris), with some Observations on the Male of the Common Eel (Anguilla vulgaris, Fleming). 126
Hessel, Budolph. Artificial Culture of Medicinal Leeches and of Species of Helix. 264
Hiester, Charles E. Fish Culture for Profit. 382
Hinckley, Isaac. The Fish-Eating Cows of Provincetown, Mass. 134
Hobbs, Orlando. A List of Ohio River Fishes Sold in the Markets. 124
Hughes,Smith E. Live Ponds for Fish in NewJersey. 349
Huxley, Prof. T. H. See S. Walpole.
Jordan, David N., and Charles H. Gilbert. Descriptions of Nineteen New Species 306
Krause, Dr. Cod and Halibut Fisheries near the Shumagin Islands. 259
Laighton, Cedric. The Capture of Shad at Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire. 421
Leonard, J. A. Plan of the International Fisheries Exhibition to be held at Edinburgh, Scotland; and a List of Prizes to be Awarded. 390
McDonald, Marshall. Experiments in Transportation of the German Carp in a Limited Supply of Water. 215
Marquette, George R. Extraordinary Floods in the Potomac River.
Martin, S. J.
Miller, J. W. Summary of Fishing Records for Shad and Alewives kept at Willow Branch Fishery, North Carolina, from 1835 to 1874.
Mordecai, M.D.E.R. Food of the Shad of the Atlantic Coast of the United States (Alosa proestabilis De gay), and the Functions of the Pyloric coeca
Osborn. J.H. Notes and Suggestions Concerning the Florida Shad Fishery.
Pasco, LD. A Call for Carp from Nevada.
Ryder, Francis W. Codfish caught near Cape Charles, Mouth of Chesapeake Bay, in 1834.
Ryder, John A.
Shears, E.E. Carp in the Hudson River. 54
Smiley, Chas. W. Changes in the Fisheries of the Great Lakes during the decade 1870-1880. 252
Stone, Livingston. Mortality of McCloud River Salmon in 1881. 134
Swetitsch, Joseph. A Depot for Embryonated Eggs of all the Valuable Kinds of Fish. 345
Throckmorton, S.R. The Introduction of Striped Bass into California. 61
Description of the Fish-Way in Pitt River, California. 202
Walpole, 59., and Prof. T. H. Huxley. Disease Among the Salmon of Many Rivers of England and Wales. 429
Weddige, Herr. Castrating Fish 59
Wigg, Dr. George. On the Insensibility of the German Carp to Freezing. 402
Willis, H. Shad Fisheries of the Susquehanna River Fifty-Six Years Ago. 261
Wilson, Thomas. The Proposed Introduction of Catfish into Ghent. 340
Worth, S.G. The Artificial Propagation of the Striped Bass (Roccus lineatus) in Albemarle Sound. 174
Wright, Abel A. A Georgia Carp Pond. 68
Wright, Harrison, Chairman of the Committee. Report of a Committee of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society on the Early Shad Fisheries of the North Branch of the Susquehanna River. 352
Zentz, F. On the Races or Varieties of Carp, Denying the Existence of Blue Carp and Gold Carp 387
MISCELLANEOUS AND REPRINTS. (use back button to return to this page)
American Birds, Animals, and Fishes for New Zealanders. 53
Peat-Bogs as Fish Ponds 58
Official Papers Relating to the Proposed International Fisheries Exhibition at Edinburgh in 1882. 130
Pachaly's Car for Transporting Fish. 207
Memorandum of some Results of the Artifical Propagation and Planting of Fish, due mainly to the Efforts of the United States Fish Commission. 208
Introduction of the Aland, or Orfe, into England. 218
Progress and Results of Fish-Culture. 396