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Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).  Through the Brazilian Wilderness.  1914.

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“African Game Trails,” 22

Agassiz, 355

Agouti, 173, 346

Alencarliense, Lieutenant, 270

Alligator, 80

Alva, Duke of, Appendix B, 370

Amarante, Lieutenant, 270, 271

Amazon, 7, 290, 343, 349

Amazonas, Boundary Commission of, 326; 350

Ameghino, Doctor, 28; Appendix A, 365

American Museum of Natural History, 2, 8, 67, 146, 188

Amilcar, Captain, 158, 171, 189, 208, 220, 226, 234, 246, 271; loss of his notes and instruments, 341; arrives at Manaos, 340

Ammunition, Appendix B, 382, 383

Anaconda, 54, 228

Anan&ás River, 187, 238, 247, 319; note, 327

Andes, 6

André, 310

Aneroid, 268, 281, 322

Animals, wild, curious local change in habits of, 29; ignorance of some hunters concerning, 87

Ant-eater, giant, tamandu&á bandeira, 68, 75

Ant-hills, giant, 91, 191, 227

Ants, 164, 251, 306; poisonous, 55, 91, 192; fire-ants, 108, 114, 118, 120, 121, 150; foraging, 166–168, 233, 288; leaf-carrying, 191, 256, 288, 306; giant, 263, 272

Ants, socks and mosquito-netting eaten by, 164, 256, 306

Argentina, 2

Argentine, 9, 26, 32

Aripuanan, the, 284, 285, 298, 325–327, 338–341, 350

Armadillos, 90, 91, 173, 205

Arms, 5, 67, 248; Fox, 67; Springfield rifle, 81, 93; L¨ger, 93, 234; Winchester, 84, 211, 332; Appendix B, 369, 382, 383

Arneberg, Mr., 31

Arrows, 279

Asuncion, 8; leave, 39; 44, 65

Automobile, a querulous traveller in the, 213

Ayolas, the Spanish explorer, 60

Baggage, rearrangement of, 214; cutting down of, 247; further reduction of, 281; final reduction of, 303; personal, Appendix B, 375, 376

Balsa, or ferry, 210, 219

Bandeira, the, 254

Barbados, sail for, 347

Barboso, Senhor, 331

Barilloche, 36

Barometers, Appendix B, 390

Barros, Senhor de, 66, 69

Bates, H. W., 120, 345; Appendix A, 357

Bats, 140; blood-sucking, 172, 173, 239, 240

Bedding, Appendix B, 368

Bees, 211, 252, 257, 259, 263, 264

Belén (formerly Para), 344–347; zoological gardens at, 347

Benedetto, 148, 152, 153

Beriberi, 159, 203, 226, 319

Birds, songs of, 33, 34, 288; bientevido, 35; tyrant flycatchers, 35–37; advertising coloration of, 37; habits of, 37; survival factors in species of, 38; water-fowl, 39, 50, 59, 66, 70, 322; difference in bird fauna, 70; “Jesus Christ,” 74; wealth of bird life, 74; nests of, 74, 344; need for work of careful observer of, 74, 112; ants attack nestling, 92; extraordinary collection of, 92–94; oven-birds, 95; owl, 99, 162, 173; Guan, 101; sickle-billed humming, 108; egrets, 110; toucans, 111, 165, 298; finfoots, 112, herons, 112; troupials, 121; opportunity for study of, 124; parakeets, 124; screamers, 125; curassows, 126, 305; snake, 130; cormorants, 130; spurred lapwing, 130; contrasts in habits between closely allied species of, 130, 131; manakin, 137; 149; whippoor-will, 168; honey-creeper, 169; nunlets, 169; waxbill, 170; trogons, 179; false bell-bird, 179; woodpecker, 205, 253; some new, 217; breeding season of, 218; macaws, 218; old and new kinds of, 218; valuable addition to collection of, 220; unfamiliar, 234, 235; sariema, 236; cotinga, 253; sixty new, 266; four new species of, 278; ant-thrush, 294, 295; 298, 322; jacútinga, 324; trumpeter, 331; few water, 337; hoatzin, archaic type of, 343

 

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