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NATURAL HISTORY, TORONTO REGION

SPECIAL REFERENCES.

Acheson, G. Biological Study of the Tap-water in the School of Practical Science, Toronto. Proc. Can. Inst., ser. 3, Vol. I, p. 413. 1883.

Bensley,   R. Two forms of Distomum cygnoides. Centralbl. Bakter., Vol. XXI, p. 326. 1897.

Bovell, J. Note on the Preservation of some Infusoria, etc. Canad. Journ., new ser., Vol. VIII, p. 341. 1863.

Cottle, T. J. On the two species of Astocus found in Upper Canada. Canad. Journ, new ser., Vol. VIII, p. 216. 1863.

Faxon, W. A. A Revision of the Astacidae. Mom. Mus. Comp. Zoo]. Harv., Vol. X, No. 4. 1885.

Goadby & Bovell, J. Passing Visits to the Rice Lake, Humber River, Grenadier's Pond, and the Island. Canad. Journ., Vol. III, p. 201. 1855.

Hincks, T. On a supposed Pterobranchiate Polyzoon from Canada. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., March, 1880.

Morris, B. R. Description of an Intestinal Worm from the Duodenum of the White Fish of the Canadian Lakes. Canad. Journ., new ser., Vol. IV, p. 442. 1859.

Nicholson, H. A. Contributions to a Fauna Canadensis, being an Account of the Animals dredged in Lake Ontario in 1872. Canad. Journ., new ser., Vol. VIII, p. 490. 1873.

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