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Specimens Sent Out.

To Prof. S.J. Smith, Yale College, New Haven, Conn., 43 homoe. vials of Crustacea, balance of collection made by the Fish Commission Steamer Albatross in the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, January to May, 1884, for examination.

To Prof. S.F. Clarke, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass., one quart jar of Lepas anatifera, from the duplicate collections of the Fish Commission.

To Prof. John M. Tyler, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass., four samples of bottom, from the following dredging stations of the Fish Commission Steamer Albatross, 2043, 2117, 2208, 2265.

To Commander J.R. Bartlett, U.S.N., Hydrographic Bureau, Navy Dept, for Mr. Wm. West, U.S. Consular Agent at Montserrat, W.I., the following bottom samples from the collections of the Fish Commission Steamer Albatross:
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