ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCHES. 59 NOTE 11. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCHES IN LIBERIA. A LIST OF BIEDS, collected by the Author and Mr. F. X. STAMPFLI during their last sojourn in Liberia. BY J. BÜTTIKOPER. (Plate 5). As I told in my previous paper on Liberian Ornitho-logy '), Mr. Stampfli and I left for Liberia at the end of October 1886, and arrived at Monrovia, after short stays at Hamburg, Madeira, Teneriffa, Gran Can aria and the Senegal , on the 2Q^^ of November. The next day I proceeded in an open sailing boat to Grand Cape Mount to get the servants , which were already hired for me by Mr. Watson, the Liberian Superintendent at Robertsport. Prom this latter place I visited some of ray former stations on the Fisherman Lake , the Japaca Creek and on the Mahfa River. 2) Everywhere I was very 1) N. L. M. 1886, p. 244. 2) Erroneously written Marfa R. in my Notes of 1885. Mahfa signifies in the Vey language „not full" (mah = not, fa = full) on account of its being bordered by very high banks. Notes from th.e Leyden üMuseum, Vol. X.