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Blyakher L. History of embryology in Russia from the middle of the eighteenth to the middle of the nineteenth century (istoryia embriologii v Rossii s serediny XVIII do serediny XIX veka) (1955) Academy of Sciences USSR. Institute of the History of Science and Technology. Translation Smithsonian Institution (1982).

Historic Russian Embryology TOC: 1. Beginning of Embryological Investigations Lomonosov's Epoch | 2. Preformation or New Formation? | 3. Kaspar Friedrich Wolff - Theory of Epigenesis | 4. Wolff: "Theory Of Generation" | 5. Wolff: "Formation of the Intestine" | 6. Wolff's Teratological Works | 7. Wolff: "On the Special Essential Tower" | 8. Ideology of Wolff | Chapter 9. Theory of Epigenesis End of 18th Century | 10. Embryology in the Struggle of Russian Empirical Science Against Naturphilosophie | 11. Louis Tredern - Forgotten Embryologist Beginning of 19th Century | 12. Embryonic Membranes of Mammals - Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus | 13. Embryonic Layers - Kh. I. Pander | 14. Karl Maksimovich Baer | 15. Baer's - De Ovi Mammalium Et Hominis Genesi | 16. Baer's Ober Entw I Cklungsgesch I Chte Der Thiere | 17. Baer Part 1 - Chicken Development | 18. Baer Part 2 - History of Chicken Development | 19. Baer Vol 2 | 20. Third Part of the Bird Egg and Embryo Development | 21. Third Part - Development of Reptiles, Mammals, and Animals Deprived of Amnion and Yolk Sac | 22. Fourth Part - Development of Man | 23. Baer's Teratological Works and Embryological Reports in Petersburg | Chapter 24. Baer's Theoretical Views | 25. Invertebrate Embryology - A. Grube, A. D. Nordmann, N. A. Warnek, and A. Krohn
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This historic textbook by Bliakher translated from Russian, describes historic embryology in Russia between 1750 - 1850.



Publishing House of the Academy of Science USSR

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Historic Russian Embryology TOC: 1. Beginning of Embryological Investigations Lomonosov's Epoch | 2. Preformation or New Formation? | 3. Kaspar Friedrich Wolff - Theory of Epigenesis | 4. Wolff: "Theory Of Generation" | 5. Wolff: "Formation of the Intestine" | 6. Wolff's Teratological Works | 7. Wolff: "On the Special Essential Tower" | 8. Ideology of Wolff | Chapter 9. Theory of Epigenesis End of 18th Century | 10. Embryology in the Struggle of Russian Empirical Science Against Naturphilosophie | 11. Louis Tredern - Forgotten Embryologist Beginning of 19th Century | 12. Embryonic Membranes of Mammals - Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus | 13. Embryonic Layers - Kh. I. Pander | 14. Karl Maksimovich Baer | 15. Baer's - De Ovi Mammalium Et Hominis Genesi | 16. Baer's Ober Entw I Cklungsgesch I Chte Der Thiere | 17. Baer Part 1 - Chicken Development | 18. Baer Part 2 - History of Chicken Development | 19. Baer Vol 2 | 20. Third Part of the Bird Egg and Embryo Development | 21. Third Part - Development of Reptiles, Mammals, and Animals Deprived of Amnion and Yolk Sac | 22. Fourth Part - Development of Man | 23. Baer's Teratological Works and Embryological Reports in Petersburg | Chapter 24. Baer's Theoretical Views | 25. Invertebrate Embryology - A. Grube, A. D. Nordmann, N. A. Warnek, and A. Krohn

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Chapter 1. The Beginning of Embryological Investigations in Russia in Lomonosov's Epoch

Chapter 2. Preformation or New Formation?

Chapter 3. Kaspar Friedrich Wolff and Substantiation of the Theory of Epigenesis

Chapter 4. The "Theory Of Generation" of K. F. Wolff

Chapter 5. Wolff's Treatise "On the Formation of the Intestine"

Chapter 6. Wolff's Teratological Works

Chapter 7. The Work of Wolff: "On the Special Essential Tower"

Chapter 8. The Ideology of Wolff

Chapter 9. The Theory of Epigenesis is in Russia at the End of the 18th Century

Chapter 10. The Development of Embryology in the Epoch of the Struggle of Russian Empirical Science Against Naturphilosophie

Chapter 11. Louis Tredern - The Forgotten Embryologist of the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century

Chapter 12. The Study of the Embryonic Membranes of Mammals - The Investigations of Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus

Chapter 13. The Discovery of Embryonic Layers - The Dissertation of Kh. I. Pander

Chapter 14. Outline of the Life and Scientific Activities of Karl Maksimovich Baer

Chapter 15. Baer's Treatise De Ovi Mammalium Et Hominis Genesi

Chapter 16. Appearance and Significance of Baer's Main Work Ober Entw I Cklungsgesch I Chte Der Thiere

Chapter 17. First Part of Uber Entw I Cklungsgesch I Chte - Development Of The Chicken in the Egg

20.1 First Period of Chick Development 20.2 The Second Period of Chick Development 20.3 The Third Period of Chick Development

Chapter 18. Second Part Of Uber Entwicklungsgeschichte - Scholia and Corollaries to the History of Chicken Development in the Egg

Chapter 19. Theoretical Introduction to the Second Volume of Uber Entwicklungsgeschichte

Chapter 20. Third Part of Uber Entw I C Klungsgesch I Chte - Development of the Bird Egg and Embryo

Chapter 21. Third Part of Flber Entwi Cklungsgesch I Chte Continued - Development of Reptiles, Mammals, and Animals Deprived of Amnion and Yolk Sac

Chapter 22. Fourth Part of Uber Entwicklungsgeschichte - Studies on the Development of Man

Chapter 23. Baer's Teratological Works and his Embryological Reports, Related to the Period of his Work in Petersburg

Chapter 24. On the Question of Baer's Theoretical Views

Chapter 25. Investigations on Invertebrate Embryology - Work of A. Grube, A. D. Nordmann, N. A. Warnek, and A. Krohn


NOMINAL INDEX

Agassiz 475, 649

Albinus 110

Aldrovandi 457

Altenstein 463

Amekov 189

Anaksagor 604

Antonelli 98

Aristotle 35, 90, 285, 307, 603, 615, 627

Artemov, N. M. 597

Avramov, Miron 24

Avtenrit 158

Bacon 272, 491

Baer, K. M. 14-16, 67, 72, 87, 141, 205, 209, 225, 237,

258, 273, 513, 561, 576, 638, 647 Bakhmetov 600 Balfur, F. M. 599, 650 Baranov, P. A. 14 Barkov 456 Barsukov, N. P. 538 Baryatinskii, A. P. 148, 620 BaumgSrtner 421, 431 Beil 606

Bekhemishev, V. N. 388 Belinskii, V. G. 200, 623 Beneden, P. van 516, 565, 593, 649 Berkhgol'tsa, F. V. 23 Bernard, C 88

Bezeke, J. 36, 48, 122, 123, 610, 616 Bischoff, T. L. 343, 450, 463-466, 515, 638 Blondel 611

Blumenbach, I. 44, 107, 116, 209, 223, 243, 608, 611, 626, 627 Blyumental 648 Bobrov, E. A. 622 Bogdanov, A. P. 180, 184, 541 Bogoslovskii, M. M. 652 Bojanus, L. Ya. 17, 227-236, 628


657


Boldyrev, I. M. 168, 622

Bonnet, Ch. 40, 47, 135, 136, 137, 169

Borisiak, A. A. 597

Born, K. F. 106, 107

Borntrager 441

Borzenkov, Ya. A. 103, 307, 630

Brandt, F. F. 473, 651

Braun, M. 485

Breschet, J. 362, 634

Bresmer, I. 175, 623

Buffon 41, 127, 159, 615

Burdoch, K. 275, 279, 290, 298, 303, 429, 629

Burov 518

Bush, W. 566, 653

Burstov, Timofei 24

Chaadoev, P. Ya. 148

Chamisso, A. 528, 584, 585, 654

Chistovich, Ya. A. 617

Comte 491

Copernicus 502

Cruikshank, V. 288, 408, 635

Cuvier 32, 203, 227, 235, 307, 351, 482, 517

D'Alton, I. 239, 260, 630

Danielsen, D. 649

Darwin, Ch. 103, 228, 281, 305, 480, 517, 542, 653

Darwin, E. 197

Davydov, I. I. 149, 622

Davydov, K. N. 575, 650

Davydov, M. M. 586

Delle-Kyaie 563, 565

Delvig, A. A. 190

Derbes 575, 581, 582

Descartes 36, 191, 603, 615

Detlaf, T. D. 17, 638

Diadkovskii, J. E. 194-200, 624

Diderot 118, 615

Dietmar 241

Dollinger 206, 238, 243, 277, 629

Driesch, H. 117

Dumas 186, 291, 368, 420, 635, 642


658


Dyufur, L. 649

Dyutrochet, P. 227, 231, 625

Dyuvernua, I. 23, 601

Eickwald, E. I. 239, 271, 632

Eiler 29, 307

Emmert 227, 233

Engelhardt 491

Engels, F. 103, 142, 147, 305, 351

Epinus, F. 45

Erman 639

Eschscholtz, J. F. 583

Eshevskii, S.V. 652

Fabricius 90, 502, 508

Fedorov, Fedor 600

Filatov, D. P. 388

Filipchenko, Yu. A. 15, 301, 343, 638

Filippi, F. 519

Fisher, K. 607

Fogt, K. 650

Frorin 450

Gaimard 586

Gaisinovich, A. E. 15, 99, 608, 615

Galakhov, A.D. 622

Ganin, M. S. 474, 480, 647

Gegenbaur, K. 207, 563, 566, 649

Geoffroy Saint Hilaire 308, 456, 639

Gerder, I 620

Gimmerthal 272

Glebov, I. I. 200

Gmelin 29

Goethe 43, 69, 117, 145, 203, 608, 620

Golitsyn, D. A. 48, 600, 615

Gorbunov 135

Goryaninov, P. F. 641

Graaf, P. de 158, 285

Grew 52

Grigorev, V. V. 646


659


Gros, G. 181, 182

Grube, A. 17,484, 513, 518-527, 560, 650

Gruitguzen, F. 630

Gubchenko 180

Haeckel, E. 146, 172, 505, 581

Haller, A. 39, 49, 77, 98, 120, 124, 162, 186,

222, 241, 287, 456, 615, 625 Heilach, B. 190 Helmersen, P. G. 507, 648 Herold, M. 513

Hertzen, A. I. 172, 178, 202, 652 Heusner, K. 457 Hippocrates 285 Hofman, F. 611 Hoppe 227

Hulst, A. van der 25-28, 602 Hulst, Z. van der 601 Humboldt 475 Hunter, V. 234, 408 Huschke, E. 436

Ivanov 388

Ivanov Grigorii 600

Joly, N. 649

Kaidanov, Ya. K. 168, 621

Kanaev, I. I. 301

Kant emir 46

Kant, I. 44, 238, 278, 491, 608

Karpinskii, N. P. 618

Karnov, V.II. 603

Katfazh, A. 206, 649

Katsnel'son 61

Kau-Burgav, A. 453, 601, 611

Keferstein 566

Kelreiter, I. 614

Kennel, Yu. 486

Kenofon 174, 622


660


Kholdokovskogo, N. A. 117, 632

Kielmeyer 143, 620

Kirchhoff 44, 47, 115, 116, 117, 607

Kireevskii 148

Klaus, K. 649

Kleopin Nikifor 24

Knakshtedt, Kh. 131, 617

Koiter 222, 626

Kolliker, A. 271, 306, 470, 515, 563, 637, 642

Kolosov, G. 622

Koren, J. 649, 651

Koshtoyants, Kh. S. 135, 153

Kosminsky 176

Kost, P. 638

Kotzebue, 0. von 583

Kovalevsky, A. 0. 14, 15, 237, 480, 482, 560.

586, 599, 600, 653 Kramarenkov, J. 177 Krauze, K. 610, 611 Krohn, A. 17, 652

Krusenshtern, I. F. 206, 517, 560-598 Kuffer, K. 481 Kurganov, N. G. 603 Kutorgaya, S. S. 529, 643 Kuznetsov, I. D. 633 Kyukhel'beker, V. K. 148

Lakaz-Dyutbe, A 650

Lamarck, J. 103, 169, 305-308, 351

Lamettri, J. 615

Lebedev, K. V. 194, 196, 625

Lebedev, N. D. 614

Lebedinsky 539

Ledebour, K. 275

Leibnitz, G. 38, 64, 118, 606, 615

Lenin, V. I. 35, 636

Lengli 222, 628

Leontev, P. V. 652

Lepekhin 45

Leske, n! 127

Leuckart, R. 473, 566, 650

Leuuwenhoek, A. 26, 46, 54, 123, 125, 606

Levin, A. M. 151


661


Linnaeus 530

Lioznera, L. D. 17

Livanov, N. A. 388

Lomonosov, M. V. 29, 30, 135, 195, 200, 511

Lovetskii, A. L. 178, 179, 180, 624

Ludwig, C. G. 62, 611

Maitre-Jean 626

Majewski, A. I. 648

Maksimov, A. 423

Maksimovich-Ambodic, N. M. 45, 48, 616, t>37

Maksimovich, M.A. 620

Mal'bransh, N. 605, 606

Malpighi, M. 37, 52, 125, 222, 242, 349, 625

Martius 277

Matveev, B. S'. 388

Maupertuis 118, 615

Mechnikov, I. I. 14, 15, 145, 237, 383, 473, 481,

565, 580, 598, 599, 647 Meckel (the younger) 44, 47, 74, 86, 147, 225, 255,

349, 363, 412, 456, 609, 644 Meckel, I. (the elder) 47 Me inert, F. 473 Mikulinsky, S. R. 17, 32 Milne-Edwards 529, 588, 589, 591, 650 Mitropolsky, I. A. 538 Monro, A. 162 Morisso 162, 611 Mudrov, M. Ya. . 189 Mukhin 162, 164, 194, 621 Muller, F. 563-565, 573, 639, 643, 650 Munster, S. 458 Musiny-Pushkin 20

Needham, John 62, 126

Needham, Joseph 14, 36, 88, 117, 599, 605, 616

Nekrasov, A. D. 39, 647, 652

Nordenskjold, E. 648

Nordmann, A. D. 17, 513, 517, 528-537,650


662


Odoevskii, A. I. 189 Odoevskii, V. F. 148, 173, 189

Oken, L. 87, 143-148, 172, 188, 209, 227, 234, 255, 260, 264, 304, 347, 362, 363, 391, 625-628 Olenev, Yu. M. 302 Opekushin, A. M. 282 Owen, R. 359 Ozeretskovskii, N. Ya. 127, 618

Pallas 29, 177

Pander, Kh. I. 16, 103, 141, 186, 209, 240-273,

276, 301, 323, 343, 377, 625, 628 Pavlov, I. P. 152 Pavlov, M. G. 153, 160-175, 621 Pavlovskii, E. N. 276, 301, 464 Pekken, M. Kh. 124, 616 Penchko,^ N. A. 28 Perri, e". 649 Peter, I. 19, 21, 24 Peyssonel, Sh. 475 Plato 204

Platovaya, T. P. 538 Pliny 370

Pogodin, M. P. 148, 538, 622 Pokel, A. 445 Polevoi K. A. 623 Polevoi, N. A. 623 Polovtsev A. A. 648 Polyanskii, Yu. I. 302

Prevost, J. 186, 291, 369, 420, 635, 642 Protasov, A. P. 45

Purkinje, Ya. 222, 293, 376, 468, 635 Pushkin, A. S. 41, 148, 189, 282

Quaterfages 516 Quoy 587

Radishchev, A. N. 39, 47, 136, 148, 195 Radl, E. 117

Raikov, B. E. 16, 31, 43, 47, 98, 227, 301, 343, 464, 491, 628 Raphael 273 Rathke, M. H. 376, 394, 435, 466, 514, 527, 643


663


Reaumur 85, 475

Rederer, I. 610-613

Redi, F. 36

Reichert, K. B. 649

Reisner, E. 649

Remak, R. 343, 470, 638, 643

Richter, V. M. 162, 601, 621

Riikoya 518

Rober 459

Romanzoff, N. 583

Rozanov 622

Rozenbaum 648

Rozenberg, A. 282

Rudolphi 417, 528

Rule, K. F. 32, 623

Rumovsky, S. Ya. 45

Rusconi, N. M. 420, 642

Ruysch, F. 21, 285

Sakulin, P. N. 622

Sars, M. 516, 563, 650

Schelling, F. 142, 173, 190, 238, 277, 307, 347

Schmidt, 0. 534

Schneider, A. 563, 564

Schultz 466, 597, 650

Shchurovskii, G. E. 185-187

Schuster, J. 44

Sechenov, I. M. 200, 541

Selenka, E. 580

Sergievsky 541

Sevastyanov, A. F. 631

Severtsov, A. N. 388

Shchipanov, I. Ya. 135

Sheryrev, S. P. 148, 189, 620

Shmidt, G. A. 17, 650

Shrader 222

Shtender 207

Shumlyansky, A. M. 45

Shvani, T. 639, 649

Siebold, K. 209, 277, 441

Skolov, I. J. 302

Smelovaya, E. B. 605


664


Sobol, S. L. 17, 54, 135, 193

Sodovskii, V. 272

Solovev, M. M. 205, 652

Spallantsani, L. 186, 245, 625

Spassky, I. T. 175, 180, 624

Spigel, A. van 503

Spinoza 509

Stahl, G. 65, 111, 118

Stanyukovich, T. V. 29

Steenstrup, I. 477

Stenon N. 222, 285, 626

Steven 529

Stieda, L. 205, 301, 441, 451, 632

Stolzle, R. 241, 490-492, 507

Streich, S. Ya. 597

Svetlov, P. G. 302, 398, 408, 640

Swammerdam, Ya. 37, 125, 420, 606, 642

Tarasov, D. K. 624

Tatishchev, V. N. 45

Terekhovsky, M. M. 45

Tidemann, F. 256, 405, 528, 628

Tikotin, M. A. 630

Timiriazev, K. A. 14, 204, 238

Tomson, J. 650

Tredern, L. 17, 48, 205-226, 373, 610, 625

Trembley, A. 41, 85

Trinius, K. B. 280

Tschernow, N. I. 485, 648

Tsenkovsky 542

Tumanskil 190


Ugazemskin 190 Ugrimov, Leontei 24 Ulianin, V. N. 588, 654 Uschmann, G. 44

Valentin, G. 638 Vallisneri 39 Vasilev, S. F. 604


665


Vellanskii, D. M. 149-158, 188, 635

Velyaminov 459

Venevitinov, D. V. 148

Verandskii, V. I. 306

Veresaev, V. V. 623

Vesling, I. 222, 626

Vicq d'Azyr 223, 627

Virchow 466

Vorontsov, M. A. 110

Wagner, J. 277, 491

Wagner, N. P. 473

Waldeyer, W. 306

Warnek, N. A. 17, 375, 513, 517, 537-551, 599, 643, 652

Weber 450, 519

Wenssowitsch 164, 621

Wheeler, W. M. 88

Winslow, J. 93

Wolff, K. F. 14-17, 29-33, 41-44, 47-120, 123, 141, 147, 186, 213, 222-226, 237, 241, 255, 273, 303, 349, 351, 373, 384, 394, 454, 486, 608

Wolff, Kh. 63

Yukushkin 190-193


Zaddach 517

Zagorsky, P. A. 134, 453, 458, 618, 630

Zalensky, V. V. 586, 647

Zeifart 98

Zemmering 343

Zuiew 131

Zybelin, S. G. 48, 615


666


INDEX OF SUBJECTS


"Abdominal (intestinal) folds" of Pander 254

Abdominal plates 316 - 320

Actinotrocha 572

Adaptivity (ZweckmSssigkeit) 496 - 510

Allantois 231 - 233, 259, 332, 411

Alternation of generations in coelenterate 567

Alternation of generations in Salpa 583 - 589

Amnion 75, 228, 231, 253, 257, 322, 378, 379

Amniotic fluid 484, 485

Analogue (nature-philosophicals) 150 - 158

Anatomical variations 102

Animalcule 25

Animalculists 39

Animal part of the embryo 315, 378

Anterior inlet in intestinal canal 313, 327

Ascidiae (development) 588

Ascidiae (relationship with vertebrates) 481, 482, 594

Auricularia 583

Basical (fundamental) organs 347, 348 Blastoderm 246 - 252, 254, 261, 265, 272, 377 Branchiate arches 322, 437 Branchiate slits 435

"Cardiac groove" 76, 82 Chalazea 264

Chorion 26, 228, 230, 410, 450 "Cock trace" (settlement) 374

Degree of formation 352 Development of beak 516 Development of digestive system 67 - 87, 224, 255 - 258, 323,

330, 332, 334, 393, 412 Development of extremities 57, 69, 224, 329, 390, 433 Development of muscles 332, 389

Development of nervous system 317, 328, 331, 390, 413 Development of organs of excretion 57, 324, 333, 412


667


Development of organs of sensation 331, 393, 414

Development of skeleton 333, 390, 411

Development of vascular system 56, 57, 184, 254, 256, 266,

317, 323, 327, 331, 333, 397, 412 Directivity (Zielstrebigkeit) 495 - 511 Double symmetrical development 357

Echinodermata envelopment) 578 - 582

Embryonic disc 292

Embryonic membranes 227 - 236, 415

Embryonic plates (homology to layers of body of Coelenterata

348 Embryo separation 322, 324, 327, 328 Embryonic vesicle 408, 416, 449 "Enclosing" of the embryo 32, 38, 39, 46, 139 Epigenesis 32, 33 - 41, 43, 46, 63, 77, 86, 121 - 140, 154 "Essential power" of Wolff 51, 62, 64, 105 - 113, 119 Evolution, preformation 32, 33 - 41, 43, 46, 63, 122, 125, 154

False amnion of Pander 259

False amnion of Wolff 67, 75, 79, 91, 320

Final (Ziel) and target CZweck) 4^8 - 501, 505, 510

Genealogy of blastomeres 558 Graafian follicle 285, 291, 293

Head cap 316, 319 Head portion 251, 254 Histological isolation 343, 389

Idea of Polarity 143 "Internal model" of Buffon 41 Intestinal navel 324, 378 Intestinal plates 321

Larvae of molluscs 573, 575

Larvae of parasitic of Crustecea 529, 530

Larvae of ring worms 569

Life's power 195, 504

"Living particles" of Buffon 41

"Mesentric folds" of Pander 254

"Monads" of Leibnitz 38

Monstrosity 19, 23, 31, 89 - 104, 131, 453 - 465

668


Morphological element 387 Morphological isolation 344, 387 Morphological section 338 Mucous plate 246, 252, 265, 310

Nature philosophy 141 - 204, 279 Nutrition of the embryo 160 - 172

Ova of mammals 129, 285, 299 Ovists 39

Paedogenesis 472 - 480

Placenta 411, 585

Plastic part of the embryo 315

Polar ring 522

Posterior inlet in the intestinal canal 325

Potency to become hard of Wolff 51, 55

"Preestablished harmony" 64

"Primary folds" of Pander 251, 253, 272, 311

Primary isolation 343, 348

Primary stripe 311

Pseudova 474

Rudiment (Keim) 310, 315, 374, 393

Serous plate 250, 265, 310

Serous sac (serosa) 379

"Soul" of Stahl 65, 116

Spinal cord (chorda) 311

Splitting of frogs ova 420

Splitting of leeches 522

Splitting of molluscs ova 533, 534, 546 - 560

Splitting of sea-urchins 468 - 471

Spontaneous conception 177

"Stairs of substances" of Bonne 39, 135

"Stairs of substances" of Radishchev 136

Symmetrical development 357, 360

Tail end 253

Theory of types 351, 361, 483

Transparent zone 310

Type 351, 352


669


Vascular plate 383

Vascular zone 55, 70, 310, 329

Vertebral theory of skull 145, 146

Waved form of development 358, 360 Wolff's body 313, 324, 330

Yolk sac (vesicle) 334, 409


670


INDEX OF LATIN NAMES


Abramis CBlicca) bjo'rkna 431 Achteres percarura 529

Alciopa 563

Araourucium proliferum 588

Anableps 431

Asterias angulosa 653

— sanguinolenta 653 Aurelia 567 Autolytus prolifer 572

Balanus trintinnabulum 573 Blennius viviparus 431 Botryllus 593

Caligus 529

Carinaria mediterranea 573

Cassiopea 569

Cephea 567, 569

Chrisaora 569, 653

Cladonema 567

Clepsine bioculata 518

— complanta 518, 527 Coluber berus 235 Conchoderma virgata 573 Cyanea 567, 569 Cyclops quadricornis 649 Cymbulia Peronii 573 Cyprinus blicca 431

— erythrophtalraus 434

— gibelio 460

Daphnia pulex 649 Diplozoon paradoxum 528 Doliolura denticulatura 589

— Miilleri 589

— Nordmanni 588, 589, 592

— Troscheli 589


671


Echinus brevispinosus 575

— lividus 575, 579, 580 — micro tuberculatus 580

— saxatilis 468 Eleutheria 570 Erays europea 407

— orbicularis 227 Entoconcha mirabilis 643 Ergasilus Sieboldi 529 Euaxes acutirostris 526

Firiolides 575

Gastropteron Meckelii 573

Holothuria tubulosa 582

Lepas anatifera 573, 574 Lernaeocera cyprinacea 529 Limax agrestis 545 Lumbriculus variegatus 526 Lumbricus 526 Lymnaeus stagnalis 545 Lynceus sphaericus 649

Medusa aurita 569

Miastor 473

Modiolaria marmorata 529

Nactua occulta 272

Nemertes 594

Nephelis vulgaris 527, 650

Pelagia cyanella 653

— noctiluca 569, 653

— perla 653

Phallusia mammillata 588, 589, 595 Phascolosoma 572 Phyllirhoe bucephalum 562 Protoclepsis tesselata 650 Pterotrachea 573

Saenuris variegata 519, 526 Sagitta bipunctata 566

672


Salpa africana 654

— bicaudata 654

— cordiformis 654

— democratica 654

— dolium 654

— Forskalii 654

— fusiformis 654

— gibba 654

— maxima 654

— mucronata 654

— nephodea 654

— pinnata 654

— polyeratica 654

— proboscidalis 654

— punctata 654

— pyramidalis 594

— runcinata 594

— scutigera 654

— spinosa 654

— zonaria 654 Sipunculus nudus 563, 572 Stauridium 567

Syllis prolifera 563, 572

Tachina 272

Tendra zostericola 530

Tergipes Edwardsii 534,

Tetrarhynchus megalobothrius 182

Tiedemannia neapolitana 573

Torquatina 183

Tracheliastes polycolpus 529

Vipera berus 234