Corpus Fabularum Aesopicarum.
This book picks up at #182 from the first fascicle (1957, revised in 1970). I searched for this volume for years, using a copy I had xeroxed from Marquette's library. Its special contribution lies in the lists--beyond the corrigenda and addenda--put together by Haas, in particular the long index verborum. These lists are not included in the revised edition of Fasciculus Primus in 1970. Be sure not to confuse volume and fascicle here. Volume II apparently would have been a collection of verse fables. Fascicles 1 and 2 seem simply to split up the body of prose fables into two manageable parts. There is an Ordo Fabularum beginning on VII. From what I can gather, Hausrath died in 1944, and Haas finished up his work, publishing it in 1946. When Haas died in 1957, Teubner asked Hunger to bring out a new edition.
B. G. Teubner