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row of peculiar punctures on the abdomen was washed on board, put it in bottle No. 2. No. 4. 
Observing the flight, of the [[gorry?]], Diomedea [[strikethrough]] Julyinosa [[/strikethrough]] nigripes.
I notice that its ordinary method of sustentation when there is a breeze consists of rising against the wind and falling with it. This being kept up sometimes for hours with hardly a single stroke of the wings. It rises only against the wind except in rare cases when its decending momentum is sufficient to raise it slightly for a short distance or when the reflex eddy from a high surge is strong enough to give it a slight lift. It uses its broad webbed