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at Guaymas, Mexico, by Mr. P.L. Jouy, were returned by Prof. Linton to whom they had been sent for study and identification. Messis book and Jaquay also returned the Museum collection of Oniscidae sent them last summer. 
A collection of decapod crustaceans was loaned to the department by Union College; also a small collection, chiefly crustaceans, from the Bahamas, was loaned by Mr. Frederick Stearns of Detroit. The Buffalo Society of Natural Science sent a few specimens of crabs for comparison.
Routine Work.- The specimens stored in the basement have been 
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