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Achatina acicula found within a human skull, Arvicola arvalis, remains of in the crag, 318;--

Arv. pratensis, procured by Mr. Wm. Thomp-
Achill island described by Mr. Newman, 571 son at Ballantrae, 585
Adder, supposed derivation of the name, 566 Asclepias procera, characters of, 568
Agardh, Prof. his views upon the Marsupialia Aspidium dumetorum, Mr. Newman's correction
quoted by Mr. Ogilby, 346

of an error relating to, 574
Agassiz, Prof. his opinion on the supposed mam Asplenium marinum, observations relating to,
miferous remains at Stonestield, referred to, 3 549
strictures upon his reprint of Sowerby's Mine Asterocarpus, characters of the genus, 457
ral Conchology, 254; his vindicatory letter, Auricula myosotis, found by Mr. Wood in the
356 ; Mr Sowerby's observations upon, 420; crag of Sutton, 320
his letter lithographed for distribution, 418 Acicula longicostata, Stutchbury, n. sp. describ-
Aigoceros niger, discovery of by Capt. Harris ed and figured, 163
noticed, 401

Baboon, Sir James Alexander's description of a
Amphibia, on the Classifications of the, by Mr. large African species, 408
Hogg, 265, 367

Ballard Head referred to by Mr. Clarke, 393
Amphicoma vulpina, note upon by Mr. Double Bank Vole, see Arvicola pratensis
day, 97

Busilosaurus, comparison of with the Stonesfield
Amphidesma decussatum, Bean, n. sp. from the fossils, 55

cornbrash of Scarborough, described, 59 Bockschia, characters of the genus, 456
Amphigonus, Agass. reference to the name by M. Botanical Society, see Society.
Valenciennes, 9

Botheratiotherium, objected to as a generic name
Amphitherium referred to by M. Valenciennes, 3 by M. De Blainville, 56
Amphiuma, referred to by Mr. Hogg, 370 Breccia of Dorsetshire described by Rev. W. B.
Anas glacialis killed at Lynn, 198

Clarke, 397
Annulosa, by W. S. MacLeay, in the 'Illustra- Bridlington tertiary deposit of shells referred to

tions of the Zoology of South Africa,' reviewed, by Mr. Lyell, 323

British Association, editorial remarks upon, 415
Anomia semistriata, Bean, n. sp. from the corn Bulla, fossil species of, from the crag, described

brash of Scarborough described & tigured, 61 by Mr. S. V. Wood, 460; B. undulata, Bean,
Anomopteris, characters of the genus, 456

n. sp. described and figured, 61
Anser phænicopus, Bartlett, n. sp. characters of Byssus, description of, in the Cunchifera, 126
noticed, 180

Calcutta, Botanic Garden at, 304
Anthocephalus rudicornis, Drummond, n. sp. Calidea parentum, White, n. sp. described, 542
described and figured, 228

Caliprepes Grayii, White, n. sp. described, 543
Anthophyllum, its occurence in the coralline crag, Calliphara bifasciata, White, n. sp. descr. 541

Cardium globosum, Bean, n. sp. from the corn-
Ardea alba, instances of its capture in Britain, brash of Scarborough, described and figured,

Argonauta.Researches of Della Chiaja upon, Castor Fiber, skull of figured, 598
noticed by Dr. Cox, 99

Caterpillars, singular procession of observed in
Observations and experiments of Ma South Australia by Mr. Davis, 146
dame Power, 101: her notice of the opinions Caulopteris, characters of the genus, 454
of previous observers, 102 : manner in which Cerapterus, Mr. MacLeay's Memoir on noticed,
she prosecuted her observations at Messina, 42
103 : her description of the poulp and its mem Cetacea, fossil remains of obtained at Herne Bay
branous arms, 104: natural habits of the ani. by Mr Richardson, 99
mals, and period at which they most abound, Cetoniidæ, new species of, 24
105: her description of the development of the Cetonia, Mr. MacLeay's arrangement of criticis-
supposed embryo, 150: experiments upon the ed, 38
reparative power possessed by the poulp, 132 Cetonia, present arrangement of the species for-
correction of her error respecting the supposed merly included in that genus, 171
young poulps, 153

Cheadle, Staffordshire, on the Natural History
Summary of Madame Power's obser of, by Mr. James Carter, 72
vations, and of Prof. Owen's arguments: Children, Mr. Portrait of noticed, 418
against the parasitic theory, in the general Chimpanzee, death of the one at the Zoological
editorial article, 194

Gardens noticed, 363
Abstract of Prof. Owen's paper from Chirotherium, observations on by Dr. Grant, 46
the Proceedings of the Zoological Society, 421 : Chloroperla, new species of described, 86
evidence deduced against the parasitic theory Chondrites, characters of the genus, 453
from the examination of the poulps and their Ciduris within a fossil zoophyte, figured and de-
shells collected by Madame Power, 422: exa scribed, 552
mination of the arguments in favour of the Clangula vulgaris, remarks on by Mr. Blyth,
parasitic theory—those of Mr. Gray, 427: of 471
Messrs. Charlesworth, D'Orbigny, and Blain-Colchester, Mr. his discovery of fossil Mammalia
ville, 429: of Mr. Cranch and M. Rang, 430 : in the London clay, 443
points in the history of the subject still requi- Conchology, Mineral, of Great Britain, Agassiz'
ring elucidation, 431.

translation of noticed, 254

burn, 199

Confervites, characters of the genus, 453 Giants' Causeway noticed, 549
Cornbrash, Catalogue of its fossils at Scarbo Giraffe, birth of at the Zoological Gardens, 363 ;
rough, by Mr. Bean, 57

chace of described by Capt. Harris, 404
Cottaa, characters of the genus, 454

Gleicheniee, characters of, 457
Crag, the relative ages of its separate deposits Gleichenites, characters of the genus, 457

considered, 313; mammaliferous, list of its fos Glockeria, characters of the genus, 456
sil shells, 327; fossils, presentation of to the Gobius bipunctatus taken at Portpatrick, 586
Geological Society by Mr. Wood, 363

Goliathus, remarks upon the genus, 27; Gol.
Crane-fly, projection of its eggs, 565

Morgani, White, n. sp. described and figd. 28
Cricelus auratus, cranium of tigured, 276; Cri. Goniophorus, Agass.characters of the genus, 502
frumentarius, general description of, 473; its Goniopygus, Agass. characters of the genus, 502
anatomy, 476 ; habits, 479; food, 480; dispo Goshawks, manner of using in the field, 603
sition, 481; enemies, 533; propagation, 534 ; Granite, erratic block of, 472
hybernation, 577; injury and use, 580; me Graphosoma interruptum, White, n. sp. describ-
thods of catching and destroying, 583; Cri. ed, 541; Graph. Wiisoni, White, n. sp. de-
vulgaris, lower jaw of figured, 279

scribed, 540
Crossbill, see Loxia curvirostra.

Gray, Mr. J. E., his opinion on the parasitism
Crustacea, Mr. MacLeay's remarks on criticised, of the argonaut referred to, 428

42; malacostracous, catalogue of, occurring on Gymnotus electricus, notice of by Mr. Bradley,

the coast of South Devon, by Dr. Moore, 284 564
Cuttle-fish, see Octopus.

Halichærus Gryphus observed at Roundstone,
Cygnus, remarks on the crania of British species 575
of, by Mr. Pelerin, 178; Cyg. immutabilis, | Hamster, see Cricetus frumentarius
cranium of figured and described, by Mr. Pe Hasbro, remains of Mammoth found there, 348
lerin, 179

Hectocotylus mistaken by Madame Power for the
C'ypselus Apus, large assemblage of at Black young of the argonaut, 421

Helix hispida found in the mammaliferous crag,
Cyrena trigonula, occurrence of in the crag at 320
Southwold, 316

Heterotherium, Blainv. reference to the name,
Danæaceæ, characters of, 456

by M. Valenciennes. 9
Danaites, characters of the genus, 457

Hexodon, species of, 173
Darwin, Mr. his researches in South America Hippopotamus described by Capt. Harris, 409
referred to by Mr. Lyell, 326

Holothuria Physalis, see Physalia.
Deshayes, M. his opinion respecting the propor Hoy, Mr. J. D. notice of his decease, 604

tion of the extinct to recent crag species, 325 Hyas coarctatus found at Portpatrick, 587
Desnoyers, M. his Memoir on the crag and fa Hybodus Delabechei, Charlesworth, n. sp. de-
luns of Touraine, 324

scribed, 243
Diatoma found fossil in Ireland, 353

Hybodus, on the supposed frontal spine of, by
Dipus hirtipes, skull of figured, 186

Mr. Charlesworth, 245 ; on a second species of
Dogger Bank, fossil jaw of Mammoth procured the frontal spine of, by Mr. Ogilby, 279; on a
there, 348

supposed spine of in the Bath Museum, 282;
Dorsetshire, Geology of the south-east of, 390 note respecting by Miss Anning, 605
Dragon-flies, great migration of in Germany, 516

Hymenotes, observations on the genus, by Mr.
Eagle, white-headed, see Falco albicilla.

Westwood, 489
Echinodermata, their arrangement by M. Agas- Hystricina, Waterhouse, proposed section of the
siz, 501

Rodentia, 92
Echinorhynchus filicollis, described and figd. Ichthyodorulites, observations on, 242

66; Ech. Hystrix, described and figured, 63 Ignes fatui, observations on by Prof. Bessel, 197
Eel, electric, see Gymnotus electricus.

Infusoria, fossil, discovery of in Ireland, record-
Egret, great, see Ardea alba.

ed by Dr. Drummond, 353; researches of Prof.
Endogenites, British species of, 456

Ehrenberg relating to the, 508
Entozoa, Irish, papers on by Dr. Drummond, 63 Isocardia triangularis, Bean, n. sp. from the
Erica Mediterranea, found by Mr. Newman at cornbrash of Scarborough, described and figd.
Clew Bay, 570

Eudicella, White, new generic name for a section Isogenus, new species of, described by Mr. New-
of the genus Goliathus, 29

man, 84
Eusthenia, reference to by Mr. Newman, 32; Karstenia, characters of the


Eust. Thalia, Newman, n. sp. described, 33 Kentucky rifle-shooters, skill of, 403
Excipulites, characters of the genus, 454

Kirtlington, Oxfordshire, list of rare plants found
Falco albicilla, singular capture of at Potsdam, there by Mr. Saunders, 239
197; capture of at Swaff ham, 198

Lamellibranchiata, their anatomy, 123 ; muscu-
Ferns, Irish, notes on by Mr Newman, 548 lar system, 126 ; nervous system, 129; diges-
Fieldfares, on their breeding in Britain, 467 tive system, 164; circulating system, 167, re-
Filaria cápsularia, occurrence of in the halibut spiratory system, 169; reproductive system,
noticed by Dr. Drummond, 230

439; diseases and parasitical animals, 443
Flamborough Head, locality for fossil zoophytes, Lamellicorn Beetles, observations on by Mr.

Hope, 17
Foot-marks, fossil, in the Stourton stone-quar Lamia Boisduvalii, Hope, n. sp. described, 230;
ries, observations on by Dr. Grant, 43

Lamia Lucia, Newman, n. sp. described, 147
Fox squirrel, see Sciurus capistratus.

Lantanum, discovered by Prof. Kersten, 472
Frog, extinct species of found in amber, 256 Leguminosa, artificial arrangement of the gene-
Fucoides, characters of the genus, 453

ra, by Mr. Bird, 181
Fuligula cristata, brood of reared in St. James's Leporina, Waterhouse, proposed term for a sec-
Park, 469

tion of the Rodentia, 93
Galathea strigosa and rugosa found at Portpa- Leptoperla, Newman, n. g. described, 89
trick, 587

Lestris Pomarinus procured at Ballantrae, 585;
Geomys umbrinus, skull of figured, 596

dimensions of, 586
Gerbiilus brevicaudatus, cranium of figured, 276 Libellula depressa and quadrimaculata, migra-
Gerb. Indicus, cranium of figured, 276

tion of, 516

py, 344

Lima, observations on the genus, by Mr. S. V. field remains, in the general editorial article

Wood, 233; on the fossil species in the crag, 253
described by Mr. Wood, 234

Marsupialia (recent), history and classification
Limatula, S. V. Wood, new sub-genus for a sec of the species inhabiting New Holland, by Mr.
tion of Lima, 235

Ogilby, 130: alteration of his opinion as to the
Limnoria terebrans, its destructiveness to Kyan integrity of the group, Marsupialia, 130: con-
ized wood recorded by Dr. Moore, 196

trast of the New Holland marsupials, to the
Lincoln, notice of the strata in the neighbourhood Mammalia generally of the Old World, 132:
of, 553

limited number of the species and genera, 133:
Lion, new fact in the Natural History of, 412 of the individuals of each species, 135: anato-
Liparis Montagui, sent from Portpatrick, 586 my of the Marsupialia in relation to the pro-
Lithodes Maja, sent from Ballantrae, 585

ductive functions, 135: original constitution of
Lithodomus, fossil, containing shells of the ge the genus Didelphis, 257: classification of
nus Modiola, 551

Shaw and M. Geof. St. Hilaire, 258 : impor-
Littorina punctura, Bean, n. sp. described and tant additions to the group hy Iliger, 259 : dis-
figured, 62

• tribution into twelve natural genera, with their
London clay, unknown fossil remains from, de characters, 360: arrangements of Baron Cuvi-
scribed by Mr. Wetherell, 496

er, Desmarest, and Latreille, 261: relation be-
Long, Mr. his farm at Achill noticed, 573

tween habits and economy in respect to clas-
Lough Derg, 569

sification, 264: objections to Latreille's ar-
Loxia curvirostra, on the discovery of the nest rangement, 336: kind of food and character of

and eggs of near Farnham, 236; young of ob dentition noticed in relation to natural classifi-
served at Saffron Walden, 565; breeding of in cation, 340: modifications exhibited by the ex-
Gloucestershire, noticed by Mr. Brown, 310; tremities, 342: arrangement of Mr. Ogilby, 344:
in Surrey, by Mr. Long, 311

the rank which the entire group ought to occu-
Lycopodium inundatum, locality for, 420
Macacus, fossil, discovery of in the London clay Marychurch, singular fossil from the neighbour-

near Woodbridge, 444; description of by Prof. hood of, 471
Owen, 446

Mastodon, teeth of in the crag of Southwold, 466;
Mammoth, fossil jaw of, described and figd. 348 Mast. longirostris, jaw of discovered in the
Manentibranchia, name proposed by Mr. Hogg crag near Norwich, 318
for a section of the Amphibia, 375

Melolontha, present arrangement of the species
Marmot, German, see Cricetus frumentarius. formerly included in that genus, 17
Marsupialia (fossil), traces of erroneously sup Menopoma referred to by Mr. Hogg, 370

posed to occur in the New Red Sandstone of Meteorolites, fall of at the Cape, described by Mr.
Germany, 44; found in the London clay near Thompson, 145
Woodbridge, Suffolk, 448

Microscope, improvements in by Mr. Gill, 199
Remains of from Stonesfield treated

Mineral precipitates, new fact relating to, 567
on by M. Valenciennes, 1; his reference to Cu-

Conchology, see Agassiz. Mr Sowerby's
vier's opinion, 1; to those of Grant, De Blain intention to proceed with its publication, 417.
ville, and Agassiz, 3; his own examination and Monkeys, notices of such as are found in the Chi-
description of the original specimens, 5; com nese writings, 587
parison of with the Insectivora and Amphibia Modiolæ found fossil within the shell of the Li.
7, his objections to the generic names, -Am thodomi, 551
phigonus, Amphitherium, or Heterotherium, Monotremata, zoological relations of treated on
proposal of the name Thylacotherium, 9 by Mr. Ogilby, 345

New doubts upon by M. De Blainville, Murina, Waterhouse, term proposed for a sec-
49; his reference to the opinions of other zoo tion of the Rodentia, 92
logists, 50 ; quotation of the opinion given by Mus giganteus, cranium of figured, 275
Agassiz in Leonhard and Bronn's Journal, 51; Navicula tripunctata, found in Íreland, 355
his reply to the views of M. Valenciennes, 52; Necrodes littoralis, pupa of figured and describ-
reference to the Basilosaurus, 55; his wish to

ed, 560
retain the name of Amphitherium, and objec- Nephrodium dilatatum, its three distinct types of
tion to that of Botheratiotherium, 56

form, 551
Abstract of Prof. Owen's paper on the Neuropterides, Gopp. characters of, 543
Thylacotherium Prevostii, from the Proceed Neuropteris, Brong., characters of the genus,
ings of the Geological Society, 201; osteologi 543
cal characters exhibited by the specimens, and Norwich, crag of, treated upon, 316
reasons for regarding them as mammiferous Octopus octopodia procured at Portpatrick, 586
and marsupial in their nature, 220; approxi Odontopteris, Brong., characters of the genus,
mation of the dentition to that of the genus 547
Myrmecobius, 204

Ondatra zibethica, cranium of figured, 599
Abstract of Prof. Owen's paper on the Opossum, see Marsupialia.
Phascolotherium, 204: recapitulation of the Ornithorhynchus, manner of rearing its young
evidence for and against the mammiferous cha 345
racter of the Thylacotherium, 205: objection Osmerus, capture of a new species near Rothsay,
founded on the double fangs of the Basilosau 364
rus considered, 205: characters of the jaw in Otaria, reference to the angle of the jaw, 8
Phascolotherium, 206: its supposed compound Otodus, tooth of figured and described, 351
structure, 207: comparison of with the jaws of Pachypteris, characters of the genus, 456
Reptilia, 207

Pagurus referred to by Prof. Owen, 424
Abstract of Mr. Ogilby's paper on the Paper Nautilus, see Argonauta.
structure and relations of the presumed mar Park, St. James's, remarks on the Water Fowl
supial jaws from Stonesfield, 208: comparison preserved there,' 469
of their characters with those of recent marsu Partridge, Red-legged, see Perdix rubra.
pials and Insectivora, 208: uncertain nature Pastor, rose-coloured, taken at Penzance, 467
of the assumed affinities to the Mammalia in Peltastes, Agass. characters of the genus, 502
preference to the Reptilia, 209

Pentamera, Mr. Shuckard's arrangement of, 505
Allusion to the discussion on the Stones Perdix rubra, on the habits of and introduction

man, 365

into England, by Dr. Clarke, 142

Siren, referred to by Mr. Hogg, 370
Perla abnormis described, 35; Perla Lycorias, Slieve Croaghan, great height of, 572

Newman, n. sp. described, 35; Perla Xanthe- Sligo, ferns of its neighbourhood, 569
nes described, 35

Smith, Dr. Wm Biographical Notice of by Prof.
Perlites, synonymy of, 32

Phillips, 213; decease of noticed, 510, 515
Phascolotherium, characters of by Prof.Owen, 204 Snow-crystals, on some singular forms of, by
Phoca, dentition of referred to, 7

Messrs. Thompson and Patterson, 107
Pholades, occurrence of in the coralline crag no Society, Botanical of London, extract from their
ticed by Mr. Lyell, 314

Annual Report, 148 ; their Proceedings no-
Photogenic paper, on the mode of preparing, by ticed, 194
Dr. G. Bird, 188

Entomological, of Stettin, 472
Physeter macrocephalus, see Sperm whale.

Geological, extract from Proceedings of
Physalia, on the structure and habits of, by Mr. relating to the Stonesfield mammiferous re-
Couch, 556

mains, 201
Pipe-fish, see Syngnathus.

Sorex castaneus and Sor. remifer, taken at Bal-
Planorbis marginatus, found by Mr. Wood in lantrae, 585
the crag at Sutton, 320

Southwold, crag-deposits of, 315
Plataspis (?) coracina, White, n. sp. describ. 540 Spalax typhlus, cranium of figured, 595
Plates, Supplementary, intended publication of Spence,

Mr. Portrait of noticed, 418
noticed, 196

Sperm Whale, Mr. Beale's work on revwd. 249
Platygenia MacLeaii, Samouelle, n. sp. describ- Spongia ampulla, Lee, n. sp. described and fi-
ed and figured, 25

gured, 15; Sp: catablastes, Lee, n. sp. describ-
Polistes, supposed nest of, 458

ed and figured, 13; Sp. fastigiata, Lee, n. sp.
Polyporites, species of, 454

described and figured, 14; $p. fluviatilis, oc-
Pomarine Skua, see Lestris Pomarinus.

currence of an anomalous insect in, described
Popillie, new species of described by Mr. New by Mr. Westwood, 200; Sp. radiciformis

found at Bridlington, 11
Porcellana longicornis found at Portpatrick, 587 Squirrels, North American, see Sciurus.
Porosus, characters of the


Squirrel, on the carnivorous propensity of, 311
Postage, scientific importance of reduction in the Sternberg, Count Caspar, decease of noticed, 567
rates of, 416

Strepitores, classification of the birds in that
Proteus, referred to by Mr. Hogg, 370

group, by Mr. Blyth, 76
Psammomys obesus, cranium of tigured, 276 Studland, see Dorsetshire.
Psaronius, characters of the genus, 455

Swansea, Botany of, 561
Pteronarcys biloba described, 34; Pter. regalis Syngnathus æquoreus, found at Ballantrae, 586

described, 34; Pter. Proteus described, 34 lumbriciformis, sent from Portpatrick, 586
Quadrumana see Macacus.

Tectocoris Childreni, White, n. sp. descrbd. 542
Quarterly Review, opinion of Capt. Harris's ex Terebratula psittacea, occurrence of in the crag
pedition in the, 403

near Norwich referred to by Mr. Lyell, 321
Railway, Eastern Counties', fossils found in the Teredo, occurrence of at Teignmouth, 197
cuttings of, 520

Teredus, generic name proposed for Lyctus niti-
Rhinoceros, black, Sir Jas. Alexander's account dus, 507

of, 410; shooting exploits of Capt. Harris, 406 Thylacotherium, generic nome proposed by M.
Rodentia, on the cranial osteology of the group, Valenciennes for the Stonesfield supposed mar-
by Mr. Waterhouse, 90; 184; 274; 592

supials, 9; Thylac. Prevostii, on the charac-
Rotalia, occurring upon Vermetus Bognoriensis ters of, by Prof. Owen, 201

figured and described by Mr. Wetherell, 162 Toad, its existence without food, 511
Saffron Walden, notice of scarce birds occurring Touraine, faluns of, compared with the deposits

of the crag, 324
Salenia, characters of the genus, 501

Trichius, characters of referred to, 24
Salmon-fisheries near Roundstone, 576

Trout, white, of Ireland differs from the common
Sanguinolaria parvula, Bean, n. sp. from the trout, 577

cornbrash of Scarborough, described and figur- Tubicaulis, characters of the genus, 455
ed, 59

Tubipora incrustans, Bean, n. sp. described, 58
Saw-fish, capture of an immense specimen in the Tusks, fossil elephants', occurrence of at the
Gulf of Paria, 519

Knole sand and Scarborough, 349
Say, Thos. list of his entomological writings, by Tympanophora, species of the genus, 453
Mr. Doubleday, 139

Ưdutea cancellata, Lee, n. sp. described and fi-
Saxifraga umbrosa grows near Westport, 574 fiured, 17
Sciurus vulgaris, skull of figured & described 94 Ushar, see Asclepias proceras.

general remarks on the genus, and on the Valves, articulation of in the Mollusca, 124
species inhabiting North America, by Dr. Ventriculite growing upon a Cidaris, page 352;
Bachman, 113; Sci. capistratus, 111; 'Ï'exia note on by Dr. Mantell, 604
nus, 154: sub auratus, 155: magnicaudatus,

Vespa Britannica, nest of described, 459; Vespa
157; cinereus, 159: aureogaster, 158: leucotis Holsatica, its supposed identity with Vespa
220: nigrescens, 334: Colliæi, 334 : niger, Britannica, 460
335: Audubonii, 378: fuliginosus, 380: Doug Vespertilio pipistrellus, early appearance of, 198
lassii, 381 : Hudsonicus, 383: Richardsonii, Victoria regina, reference to, 195
385: lanuginosus, 387: rufiventer, 390 Viper, see Adder
Scolopendrium vulgare on the ruins of Castle O' Wigham, Mr. J. B , his collection of
Donnel and hedge-rows near Sligo, 569

Selborne, on the Botany of, by Mr. Pamplin, 137 Woodcock's nest at Berkswell, 255
Shells, chemical composition of, 123; colorations Woodward, Mr. Samuel, his list of crag species

referred to, 319
Shrew, see Sorex.

Zeuglodon, Owen, n g. described, 209
Siphonia anguilla, Lee, n. sp. described and fi. Zoological Notices by Mr. Charlesworth, 242

gured, 13; Siphi clavata, Lee, n. sp. described Zoophytes, new fossil species from the Yorkshire
and figured, 12

chalk, 10
Silurian System, Mr. Murchison's work on no-

ticed, 194

at, 99

crag shells

of, 123



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