Bumpus, Hermon C. On the Movements of certain Lobsters liberated at Woods Hole. 225-230

Clark, Hubert Lyman. The Synaptas of the New England Coast. 21-31

Cobb,John N. The Lobster Fishery of Maine. 241-265

Gorham, F. P. The Gas-bubble Disease of Fish and its Cause 33-37

Greeley, Arthur White. Notes on the Tide-pool Fishes of California, with a Description of Four New Species 7-20

Green, Erik H. The Chemical Composition of the Subdermal Connective Tissue of the Ocean Sun-fish. 321-324

Howe, Freeland. Report of a Dredging Expedition off the Southern Coast of New England, September, 1899. 237-240

Jenkins, Oliver P. Descriptions of New Species of Fishes from the Hawaiian Islands, belonging to the Families of Labridae and Scaridae. 45-65

Descriptions of Fifteen New Species of Fishes from the Hawaiian Islands. 387- 404

Jennings, H. S. Rotatoria of the United States with especial reference to those of the Great Lakes. 67-104

A Report of Work on the Protozoa of Lake Erie, with especial reference to the Laws of their Movements. 105-114

Jordan, David Starr, and John O. Snyder. Notes on a Collection of Fishes from the
Rivers of Mexico, with Descriptions of Twenty New Species. 115-147

Kellogg, James L. The Clam Problem and Clam Culture. 39-44
Observations on the Life History of the Common Clam, Mya arenaria. 193-202

Levene P. A. Some Chemical Changes in the Developing Fish Egg. 153-155

Linton, Edwin. Fish Parasites collected at Woods Hole in 1898. 267-304
Parasites of Fishes of the Woods Hole Region. 405-492

Mead, A.D. The Natural History of the Starfish. 203-224

Nutting ,C.C. The Hydroids of the Woods Hole Region. 325-386

Shufeldt, R. W. Experiments in Photography of Live Fishes. 1-5 The Skeleton of the Black Bass. 311-320

Smith, Hugh M. Notes on the Florida Sponge Fishery in 1899. 149-151

Tower, Ralph W. Improvements in preparing Fish for Shipment. 231-235

Wheeler, William Morton. The Free-swimming Copepods of the Woods Hole Region. 157-192

Woods Hole Biological Notes. No l. 305-310