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first described: critical notes given on [[underlined]] Mimus gilvus, Picolaptes gracialis, Chloronerpes caboti, Trogon massena, T. auranteirentris, [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Accipiter subniyer [[/underlined]] ).

(3) Description of a New Sharp-tailed sparrow from California, Pp. 4, submitted July 28. ( [[underlined]] Ammodramus caudacutus becki, [[/underlined]] subsp. nov.)

(4.) Note on Pachyrhamphus albuisucha Burmeister, Op. 5¼, submitted July 28. (A long forgotten species revised, and made the type of a new genus, [[underlined]] Burmeisteria. [[/underlined]] )

(5) Description of Two supposed New Forms of Thamnophilus, Pp. 2½, submitted July 28. ( [[underlined]] Thamnophilus leucocrinus, [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] T. trinitatia. [[/underlined]] )


Transcription Notes:
could not verify spelling of some of the Latin names Found Pachyramphus albanische Burmeister

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