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Full text of "Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology"

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
AT LOS ANGELES 




U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 



THE MORE IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTIONS 



AMERICAN ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY, 



PART VII. 

THE MORE IMPORTANT WRITINGS PUBLISHED BETWEEN 
DECEMBER 31, 1896, AND JANUARY 1. 1900. 



PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE ENTOMOLOGIST, 
BY 

NATHAN BANKS, 

ASSISTANT. 



GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1901. 



DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY. 

Entomologist: L. O. Howard. 

First Assistant Entomologist: C. L. Marlatt. 

Assistant Entomologists: Th. Pergande, F. H. Chittenden, Frank Benton. 

Investigators: E. A. Schwarz, D. W. Coquillett. 

Assistants: R. S. Clifton, Nathan Banks, F. C. Pratt, Aug. Busck, Otto Heidemann, 

A. N. Caudell, J. Kotinsky. 
Artist: Miss L. Sullivan. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION. 

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, 

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

June 24, 1882. 

Resolved, By the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 
that there be printed, for the use of the Department of Agriculture, 
one thousand copies of a special report entitled "Bibliography of 
Economic Entomology." 
Attest: 

EDW. McPnERSON, Clerk. 
Passed the Senate July 6, 1882. 

F. E. SHOBER, Acting Secretary. 
A true copy. 

EDW. McPHERSON, Clerk. 



404126 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 

DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY, 
Washington, D. <7., November 28, 1900. 

SIR: I transmit herewith for publication Part VII of the Bibliog- 
raphy of the More Important Contributions to American Economic 
Entomology, bringing the whole bibliography down to the close of 
the calendar year 1899. 
Respectfully. 

L. O. HOWARD, 

Entomologist. 
Hon. JAMES WILSON, 

Secretary of Agriculture. 

5 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE MORE IMPORTANT CONTRIBU- 
TIONS TO AMERICAN ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 



FAKT VII. 



1. ALDRICH, J. M. Report of the Department of Entomology. 

<Bull. No. 15, Idaho Agric. Exp. Sta.. July, 1898, pp. 
167-176, 2 figs. 

Notes on grasshopper.", Camnula pellucida, Leptocoris triviUata; kerosene 
against mosquitoes, Aspidiotua ancylux. 

2. ALDRICH, J. M. The San Jose scale in Idaho. <Bull. No. 16, 

Idaho Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1899, pp. 16, 3 figs., 2 pis. 
A general account of the insect. 

3. ALDRICH, J. M. Insects affecting sugar beets. <Bull. No. 18, 

Idaho Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1899, pp. 35-36. 
Notes on cutworms, flea-beetles, blister beetles, garden webworm, and 
\vire\vonns. 

4. ALWOOD, W. B. Instruction for winter treatment of the San Jose 

scale. <So. Planter, January, 1897, p. 19. 

5. ALWOOD, \V. B. Notes on treatment of the San Jose scale, with 

directions for work in winter. <Bull. No. 72, Va. Agric. 
Exp. Sta., January, 1897, pp. 11. 

6. ALWOOD. W. B. First annual report of the State inspector for 

the San Josr smlt-. 1*96-97. Richmond. Va.. November, 
1897, pp. 15. 
Infested localities in the State. 

7. ALWOOD, AV. B. Inspection in relation to the suppression of the 

San Jose scale. <Trans. Amer. Assoc. Nurserymen, 1897, 
pp. 25-33. 

8. ALWOOD, W. B. Some enemies of the fruit grower. <Proc. Ga. 

St. Hort. Soc., 1897, pp. 38-42. 
Notes on Aspidiotus perniciosus, Lecanium persiae, and new peach scale. 

9. ALWOOD, W. B. [Legislation against insects.] <Proc. Ga. St. 

Hort. Soc., 1897, pp. 44-50. 

10. ALWOOD, W. B. Recommendations as to State and national leg- 
islation relating to insect pests and plant diseases. Washing- 
ton. 1897. 



8 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

11. ALWOOD, W. B. Winter treatment for San Jose scale destruction. 

<So. Planter, February, 1898, pp. 66-67. 

12. ALWOOD, W. B. Inspection and remedial treatment of San Jose 

scale. <Bull. No. 79, Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1897 
(February, 1899). pp. 73-94, 3 figs. 

13. ALWOOD, W. B. The San Jose scale question. <Rural New 

Yorker, 19 February, 1898, p. 127. 

14. ALWOOD, W. B. San Jose scale. <Rural New Yorker, 12 

March, 1898, p. 180. 

15. ALWOOD, W. B. Legislation for the suppression of the San Jose 

scale in Virginia. <So. Planter, May, 1898, pp. 238-240. 

16. ALWOOD, W. B. Summer treatment for the San Jose scale. 

<So. Planter, June, 1898, pp. 271-274. 

17. ALWOOD, W. B. Notes on life history of the woolly aphis of the 

apple. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
November, 1898, pp. 70-72. 

18. ALWOOD, W. B. On the life history of Protoparce Carolina. 

<Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., Novem- 
ber, 1898, pp. 72-74. 

19. ALWOOD, W. B. Spraying the orchard. <Bull. No. 100, Va. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1899, pp. 83-104, 10 tigs. 
Directions as to time and preparation of insecticides. 

20. ALWOOD, W. B. Second report of the State inspector for the San 

Jose scale. Richmond, 1899. pp. 34, 1 map. 
Distribution of the scale in the State. 

21. ALWOOD, W. B. The crop-pest law. <Bull. No. 102, Va. Agric. 

Exp. Sta., July, 1899, pp. 129-152. 

22. ANDERSON, J. D. After the boll weevil. <Texas Stockman and 

Farmer, 8 December, 1897, p. 4. 

23. [Aspidiotus perniciosas] San Jose scale. < American Florist, 3 

June, 1899, pp. 1309-1310; 10 June, 1899, pp. 1334-1335. 

Discussion regarding the comparative value of "inspection" and "fumiga- 
tion," participated in by a number of entomologists and horticulturists. 

24. ATWOOD, G. G. Five rules for spraying. <Counti\y Gentleman, 

15 June, 1899. 

25. AUSTEN, 'W. Bookworms in fact and fancy. <Pop. Sci. Mo., 

June, 1899, pp. 140-148. 
A general article on the ravages of these pests. 

26. AUSTIN, F. The codlin moth. <Rural Californian, May, 1898, 

p. 150. 

27. BAILEY, L. H. Garden making. New York, 1898, pp. 411. 

Many notes on remedies for insect pests. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

28. BAILEY, L. H. The San Jose scale. <Vick ? s III. Magazine, 

December, 1899, p. 79. 

29. BAKER, C. F. The San Jose scale; a warning to the fruit growers 

of Alabama. <Bull. No. 77, Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 
1897, pp. 27-31. 

30. BAKER, C. F. Some other insect pests. <Bull. No. 77, Ala. 

Agric. Exp. Sta,, January, 1897, pp. 31-34. 
Notes on tomato worms, grape leaf-hoppers, and cabbage worms. 

31. BAKER, C. F. More about the San Jose scale. A sweet-potato 

pest, Regarding carbon bisulfid. Insecticides and pumps in 
general. <Bull. No. 86, Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 
1897, pp. 451-456, 2 figs. 

3'2. BAKER, C. F. The peach-tree borer and the fruit bark-beetle. 
<Bull. No. 90, Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1898, pp. 
25-37, 7 figs. 
Life habits and remedies against these two insects. 

33. BAKER, J. E. Cure for cutworms. <Oreg. Agric. and Rural 

Northwest, 15 August, 1897, p. 349. 
Trapped by poisoned bait. 

34. BALDWIN, H. J. Ten thousand squash bugs. <Amer. Garden- 

ing, 22 January, 1898. 
Trapped them. 

35. [BALMER. J. A.] Kohlmeise for codlin moth. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, December, 1897. 

Advises introduction of the great titmouse (Parus major) to keep down the 
codling moth. 

36. BANCROFT, E. H. The San Jose scale in Delaware in 1897. 

<Tran,s. Penin. Hortic. Soc., February, 1898, pp. 113-128. 

37. BARNES, W. H. No San Jose scale in Kansas. <Colman's Rural 

World, 17 February, 1898, p. 51. 

38. BARROWS, W. B. The present status of the San Jose scale in 

Michigan. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1897, pp. 27-29. 

39. BARROWS, W. B. Notes on the malodorous carabid, Nomius pyg- 

mma t Dej. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1897, pp. 49-53. 

40. BAXTER, S. The orange fruit worm. <Garden and Forest, 17 

March, 1897, p. 108. 

41. BEACH, F. "VV. Black beetle on asters. < Florists' Review, 1 Sep- 

tember, 1898. 

42. BEACH, S. A. Gooseberries. <15th Ann. Rept., N. Y. State 

Agric. Exp. Sta. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 339-341, 2 figs. 
Brief notice of Nematus ventricosus, JEgeria lipuli/ormis, Pcecilocapsus lineatus, 
Epochra canadensis, and San Jose scale. 



10 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

43. BEACH, S. A., V. H. LOWE, and F. C. STEWART. Common dis- 

eases and insects injurious to fruits. <Bull. No. 170, N. Y. 
State Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1899, pp. 381-445. 
Treats of a large number of species, giving habits and remedies. 

44. BEHR, H. H. Notes on ticks. <Bull. No. 18, n. *., Div. Ent., 

JJ. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 90-92. 
Notes on Ornithodorm americana. 

45. BENNETT, S. E. Insect pests in poultry. <St. Louis Journ. 

Agric., 28 April, 1898, p. 367. 
Brief notice of a few species. 

46. BENSON, M. Plant enemies and how to fight them. < Vick's Mo. 

Magazine, May, 1899. 

47. BERGHOLZ, L. Destruction of locusts. <U. S. Consular Reports, 

No. 209, pp. 269-270. <Nebraska Farmer, 5 May, 1898, 
p. 283. 
Destruction of grasshoppers by use of arsenicals in Natal. 

48. BERRY, M. The red spider. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 3 Septem- 

ber, 1898, p. 1. 

49. BERWICK, E. Codlin moth and kbhlmeise. <Pacific Rural Press, 

24 December, 1898, p. 413. 

50. BERWICK, E. Is codlin moth quarantinable ? <Pacific Rural 

Press, 7 August, 1899, p. 83. 

51. BETHUNE, C. J. S. Notes on the insects of the year 1896. <27th 

Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario f . 1896 (1897), pp. 55-58, 2 figs. 
Notes on Leucania unipuncta, Orgyia leucostigma, Macrobasis unicolor, Clisio- 
campa americana, Coleophora fletcherella, and Hyphantria cunea. 

52. BETHUNE, C. J. S. Notes on the season of 1897. <28th Ann. 

Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario f . 1897 (1898), pp. 31-34, 4 figs. 
Notes on plant lice, Tmetocera ocellana, Clisiocampa americana, Hyphantria 
cunea, Orgyia leucostigma, Leucania unipuncta, and Graptodera chalybea. 

53. BETHUNE, C. J. S. Some household insects. -<28th Ann. Rept". 

Ent. Soc. Ontario f. 1897 (1898), pp. 51-61, 7 figs. 
Notes on cockroaches, ants, mosquitoes, fleas, and bedbugs. 

54. BETHUNE, J. A. Cutworms, tomato blight, etc. <So. Planter, 

May, 1897, p. 218. 

55. BIRD, W. N. Texas fever tick (Boophilus bovis). <Tenn. 

Farmer, 29 July, 1899, p. 1, 3 figs. 

56. BISHOP, J. S. Cranberry pests and how to combat them. <Rept. 

Fruit Growers' Assoc. Nova Scotia f . 1899, pp. 99-103. 
Treats chiefly of the fireworm, fruit worm, and spanworm. 

57. BITTING, A. W. Sheep scab. <Bull. No. 8<>, Ind. Agric. Exp. 

Sta., September, 1899, pp. 63-76, 8 figs. 
Treats of Psoroptes communis. 

58. BLAIR, J. C. Spraying. <Trans. 111. State Hortic. Soc. f . 1897, 

pp. 287-290. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 11 

59. BLAIR, J. C. Spraying- apple trees, with special reference to apple 

seal) fungus. <Bull. No. 54, 111. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 
1899, pp. 181-304. 

Note* on spraying for codling moth. 

60. BOGUE, E. E. Some injurious orchard insects. <Bull. No. 26, 

Okla. Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1897, pp. 22, 18 figs. 

Treats of various common species. 

61. BOGUE. E. E. The San Jose scale in Oklahoma. <Bull. No. 34, 

Okla. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1898, pp. 6, 3 figs. . 
Occurrence of the scale in the Territory. 

62. BRAUCHEK, R. W. My experience in spraying Illinois orchards 

for scale insects. <Trans. 111. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898 
(1898), pp. 24-30. 

63. BRIGGS, F. P. The peach tree borer. < Agric. Epitomist. June. 

1897. 

64. BRITTON, W. E. Insect notes. <Rept. Conn. Agric. Exp. Sta. 

f . 1896 (1897), pp. 234-245, 6 pis. 

Notes- ; on Paleacritavernata, Anisopteryx pometaria, Leucania umpunctn, Phyl- 
Icecus fiaviventris, ftcolytux myulosuz, Heliothrips mtri, and Crioceris ftp<n-<ii/i. 

65. BRITTON. W. E. The plant-house Aleyrodes: < Garden and 

Forest, 19 May, 1897, p. 194, 1 fig. 
Account of Aleyrodes vaporarioruin. 

66. BRITTON, W. E. Our street trees and the elm-leaf beetle. <Gar- 

den and Forest, 18 August. 1897,. pp. 326-327. 

67. BRITTON, AV. E. Insect notes of the season. <Rept. Corni. 

Agric. Exp. Sta, f. 1897 (April, 1898), pp. 314-319. 

Notes on Anthonomus quudrigibbus, Aspidiotus perniciosus, Spilosoma virffinica, 
Hcdtica chalybea, Pemphigus acerifolii, Gortyna nitela, Silvanus surinamensis, 
Pyralis farinalis, and plant lice. 

68. BRITTON, W. E. Insecticides; their preparation and use. <Bull. 

No. 126, Conn. Agric, Exp. Sta., May, 1898, pp. 12. 
Detailed directions for preparation and use. . 

69. BRITTON, AV. PI The San Jose scale in Connecticut. <Bull. No. 

17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 
81-84, 1 map. 
I Hstribution of scale in the State. 

70. BRITTON, W. E. Inspection and care of nursery stock. <Bull. 

No. 129, Conn. Agric. Exp. Sta.. May, 1899, pp. 10. 
Chiefly to guard against San Jose scale. 

71. BRITTON, W. E. Entomological notes. <22d Ann. Rept. Conn. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1898 (August, 1899), pp. 269-275. 
Brief notes on a number of species. 

72. BRODIE, W. The spruce gall-louse. <Bureau of Forestry, 

Ontario Dept. Agric., 1 May, 1898, 2 pp., 1 plate. 

Account of Ciierme* nbietis. 



12 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

73. BROWN, A. The pecan caterpillar. <Fla. Fanner and Fruit 

Grower, 18 September, 1898. 
Notes on damage of two unnamed species. 

74. BRUNER, L. Grasshopper report for 1895. <Bull. No. 7, n. s., 

Div. Ent,, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 31-35. 

75. BRUNER, L. Grasshopper report for 1896. <Buli. No. 7, n. s., 

Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 36-39. 

76. BRUNER, L. Insect enemies of forest trees. <Ann. Kept. Nebr. 

State Hortic. Soc. f . 1897, pp. 61-67. 
General article on forest insects. 

77. BRUNER, L. Insect enemies of the apple and its fruit. <Ann. 

Kept. Nebr. State Hortic. Soc. f . 1898 (1899), pp. 121-212, 108 
figs. 
Treats of insects affecting apples. 

78. BRUNER, L. A plea for the protection of our birds. < Special 

Bull. No. 3, Dept. Ent., Univ. Nebr., February, 1899, pp. 4. 
Value of birds in destroying injurious insects. 

79. BRUNER, L. Precautions against chinch bugs. <Nebraska Far- 

mer, 1 June, 1899. 

80. BRUNER, L. How to kill grasshoppers. <Nebraska Farmer, 

10 August, 1899. <Farm, Field and Fireside, 29 July, 
1899, pp. 937-938, 3 figs. 

81. BRYANT, A. W. Spraying; when, how, and why. <Trans. 111. 

State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898, pp. 253-256. 

82. BUFFUM, B. C. Insect enemies and diseases of potatoes. <Bull. 

No. 32, Wyo. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1897, pp. 12-17. 
Notes on Doryphora 10-lineata, Utah cricket and potato maggot. 

83. BUFFUM, B. C. Cultivated shade and forest trees. <Bull. No. 

38, Wyo. Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1898, pp. 26-32, 1 fig. 
A chapter on common insect enemies of the trees mentioned. 

84. BURGESS, A. F. Notes on certain Coleoptera known to attack the 

gypsy moth. <Rept. Mass. Bd. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 
412-433, 3 pis. 
Life history of Calosoma calidum and C. frigidum. 

85. BURGESS, A. F. Notes on predaceous beetles, 1897. <Rept. 

State Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on extermination of the gypsy motb. 
January, 1898, pp. 102-112. 
Species of Calosoma, Pterostichus lucublandus, and Harpalm calig'mosus. 

86. BURGESS, A. F. An abnormal Coccinellid. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 59-60. 
Note on Adalia bipunctata var. humeralis. 

87. BURGESS, A. F. A destructive tan-bark beetle. <Bull. No. 20, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, pp. 
107-108. 
Account of attack by Dinoderus substriatus. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 13 

88. BURRELL, M. Peach borer. <Rept. Fruit Growers' As.soc. 

Ontario, 1898, pp. 15-17. 

89. BUTZ, G. C. The peach industry in Pennsylvania. <Bull. No. 

37, Pa. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1897, pp. 21-28, 2 figs. 
Notes on the insect enemies of the peach. 

90. BUTZ, G. C. Some common strawberry pests. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 18 June, 1898, p. 764. 
Notes on Typophorus canellus and Tyloderma fragarix. 

91. BUTZ, G. C. Apples in Pennsylvania. <Bull. No. 43, Pa. Agric, 

Exp. Sta., July, 1898, pp. 13-15. 
Short account of chief injurious apple insects. 

92. BUTZ, G. C. A strawberry pest. <Amer. Grange Bull., 8 De- 

cember, 1898. 
Note on Tyloderma fragarise. 

93. CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE. The control of 

insect pests. <Prelim. Kept. (Sixth Bien.) State Bd. Hortic. 
Calif., 1897-98 (1899), pp. 76-88. 

Notes on insecticides, Schizoneum lanigera, Carpocapsa pomonella, Anarsia 
lineatella, and hydrocyanic-acid gas. 

94. CARD, F. \V. Observations on the codling moth. <Bull. No. 51, 

Nebr. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1897, pp. 50, 5 figs. 
<Ann. Kept. Nebr. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898, pp. 74-118, 5 
figs. 
A full consideration of remedies. 

95. CARD, F. W. Notes on the codling moth. <Gard. and Forest, 

4 August, 1897, pp. 302-303. 

96. CARD, F. W. New facts about an old foe. <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 16 April, 1898, p. 494. 
Notes on the codling moth. 

97. CARD, F. W. Killing the codling moth. <Nebraska Farmer, 

28 April, 1898, p. 263. 

98. CARDWELL, J. R. The Aphididse. <Rept. State. Bd. Hortic. 

Oreg. f. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 433-435. 

99. CARLYLE, W. L. Protecting cows from flies. <16th Ann. Rept. 

Wis. Agric. Exp. Sta., 1899, pp. 92-96. 
Experiments in stabling against Stomoxys caltitrans and Hsematobia serrata. 

100. CARNOCHAN, J. The San Jose scale. <Rural New Yorker, 8 

July, 1899, p. 495. 

101. CASEY, J. R. The codlin moth. <Rept. State Bd. Hortic. Oreg. 

f. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 413-416. 

102. CAVANAUGH, G. W. Some spraying mixtures. <Bull. No. 149, 

Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1898, pp. 719-721. 
Analyses of several insecticides. 

103. CHAMBERLIX, J. Cold winters and insect pests. <Country 

Gentleman, 6 July, 1899. 



14 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

104. CHAMBLISS, C. E. Scale insects; San Jose and other species. 

<Bull., Vol. X, No. 4, Tenn. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 
1897, pp. 141-151, 2 figs. 

Treats of Aspidiotus perniciosus, A. urge, Diaspis rosx, Pulvinaria innumerabiUs, 
Lecanium nigrofasciatum, and CliioiHisjtlxfitrfurus. 

105. CHAPAIS, J. C. Some insects to be combated. <Naturaliste 

Canadien, XXIV, 1897, p. 10. 

106. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The strawberry weevil. <Cir. No. 21, s. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 7, 4 figs. 
Full account of Anlhonomus signatus. 

107. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The two-lined chestnut borer. <Cir. No. 

24, s.>s.,Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., August, 1897, pp. 8, 
1 fig. 
Damage by and remedies for Agrilus bilineatus. 

108. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The rose leaf -beetle. <Bull. No. 7, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 60-61, 1 fig. 
Habits of and injury by Nodonota puncticollis. 

109. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Insect injury to chestnut and pine trees in 

Virginia and neighboring States. <Bull. No. 7, n. s., Div. 
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 67-75, 2 figs. 
Treats chiefly of Agrilus bilineatus and Dendroctonus frontalis. 

110. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Recent damage by strawberry weevil. 

<Bull. No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 
78-79. 
Injuries by Anthonomus signatus in Maryland and Virginia. 

111. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Note on the Scolytid, Xyleborus tachy- 

graphm Zimm. <Bull. No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1879, pp. 79-80. 

112. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The harlequin cabbage bug on asparagus. 

<Bull. No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 
80-81. 

113. CHITTENDEN, F. H. A storehouse moth new to the United 

States, with notes on other species. <Bull. No. 8, n. s., 
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 7-10, 1 fig. 
Treats chiefly of Ephestia cahiritella and E. elutella, 

114. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on grain beetles of the genus Silvanus. 

<Bull. No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 
10-13, 4 figs. 

Notes on S. bicornis, S. mercator, and description of S. gossypii n. sp. 

115. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Granivorous and other habits of certain 

Dermestidse. <Bull. No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1897, pp. 14-24, 1 fig. 

Notes on Attagenus piceus, Trogoderma tarsale, T. sternale, and Anthrenus 
verbasti. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY 15 

116. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Weevils that affect the seed of the cowpea. 

<Bull. No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 
24-29, 2 figs. 
Notes on Bruchus chinensi*, B. 4-m(icul(itus, and B. obtectax. 

117. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Development of the common bean weevil. 

. <Bull. No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, 
pp. 29-30. 

118. CHITTENDEN, F. H. A little-known grain weevil. <Bull. No. 

8, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 30-31. 
Notes on CaulopkiluslatiiH/xnx. 

119. CHITTENDEN, F. H. On the occurrence of the grain moth (Tinea 

granMa L.) in America. <Bull. No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent., 
U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 31-35. 
General account of the insect. 

120. CHITTENDEN, F. H. An invasion of the coffee-bean weevil. 

<Bull. No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent.,U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 
36-38, 1 fig. 
Treats of Arcecerus fasciculatus. 

121. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Parasites of flour and meal moths. <Bull. 

No. 8, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 38-43, 
1 fig. 
A list of the species, with notes. 

122. CHITTENDKX. F. H.* A foreign parasite of the grain weevils. 

<Bull. No. 8. n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 
43-45. 
Note on Cl>fi'ixi>lltt I'/egans. 

123. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on certain species of Coleoptera that 

attack useful plants. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. 
Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 20-24. 

Notes on Orsodachna atra, Colaspis brunnea, Phyllotreta armoracize, Psyllwdes 
punctulata, Chsetocnema pulicaria, C. confinis, Od<mtota dorsalis, Chelymorpha 
<ii'i/nx, Epicauta trichrus, Macrodadylus angustatus, and Anthonomus nigrinm. 

124. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The bean leaf -beetle. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept Agric., 1897, pp. 64-71, 1 fig. 
Full account of Cerotoma trifurcata. 

125. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The asparagus beetles. <Yearbook U. S. 

Dept. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 341-352, 6 figs. 
Detailed account of both species. 

126. CHITTENDEN, F.' H. Notes on cucumber beetles. <Bull. No. 

10, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 
26-31, 2 figs. 

127. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Insects that affect asparagus. <Bull. No. 

10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 
54-62, 1 fig. 
Accounts of and remedies for the various species. 



16 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

128. CHITTENDEN. F. H. The tobacco flea-beetle. <Bull. No. 10, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 79-82, 
Ifig. 

Treats of Epitrix parmla. 

129. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on the strawberiy weevil; its inju- 

ries and bibliography. <Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., V. S. 
Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 82-87. 
Accounts of damage. 

130. CHITTENDEN, F. H. A little-known Tineid moth of indoor hab- 

its. <Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
March, 1898, pp. 90-91. 
Notes on Tinea ferruginella. 

131. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Another inoth likely to be taken for Tinea 

granella, <Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
March, 1898, p. 91. 
Note on Tinea misella. 

132. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Parasites of bean and cowpea weevils. 

<Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept, Agric., March, 
1898, p. 92. 
List of species, with notes. 

133. CHITTENDEN, F. H. On the food habits of the harlequin cab- 

bage bug. <Bull. No. 10, n. s. , Div. Ent. , U. S. Dept. Agric. . 
March, 1898, pp. 94-95. 
Additional food plants. 

134. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The fruit- tree bark-beetle. <Cir. No. 29,, 

s. s., Div. Ent,, U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 8, 4 figs. 
Full account of Scolytus rugulosus. 

135. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The striped cucumber beetle. <Cir. No. 

31, s. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., May, 1898, pp. 7, 2 figs. 
Detailed account of Diabrotica vittata. 

136. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The larger apple-tree borers. <Cir. No. 

32, s. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., June, 1898, pp. 12, 

3 figs. 

Treats of Saperda Candida, S. cretata, and Chrysobothris femorata. 

137. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Insect injury to millet. <Bull. No. 17, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 
84-86. 

138. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Twig pruners and allied species. <Bull. 

No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 35-43, 

4 figs. 

Treats of Elaphidion villosum and several other species of the genus. 

139. CHITTENDEN, F. H. A destructive borer enemy of birch trees. 

<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 
44-51, 3 figs. 
Treats of Agrilus anxius. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 1 7 

14(>. CHITTEXDKX, F. H. A loaf-tyor of grape and elderberry. 
<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 

82-83. 
Habits of Ph(n<-f;< ni<i t,_i-t'inli*. 

141. .CHITTENDEN, F. H. A flea-beetle living on purslane. <Bull. 

No. 18. n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 83-85. 
Notes on Diaonycha rdruliniana. 

142. CHITTENDEN. F. H. Biologic note on Conotrachelus elegans Sa} T . 

<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 
94-95. 

143. CHITTENDEN, F. H. A new sugar-beet beetle. <Bull. No. 18, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, p. 95. 
Note on Muin/.i-id /n/ncricottis Say. 

144. CHITTENDEX. F. H. A leaf -beetle injurious to cultivated sun- 

flower. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 
1898, p. 96. 
Note on Chrysomela (Zygogramma) exclamationis. 

145. CHITTEXDEN, F. H. Recent injury by bark- beetles; a correc- 

tion. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 

1898, p. 96. 

Notes on Dendrodonus rufipennis. 

146. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The squash ladybird; its literature and 

biology. <BulL* No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
April, 1899, pp. 11-20, 2 figs. 
Account of Epilachna borealis. 

147. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Life history of the common squash bug'. 

<Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 

1899, pp. 20-28, 3 figs. 
Account of Ana8(i tristis. 

148. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The horned squash bug. <Bull. No. 19, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 28-34, 
1 fig. 

Account of Anasa armigera. 

149. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Some observations in the life history of 

the squash-vine borer. <Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent, 
U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 34-40, 2 figs. 
An account of Meliitia satyriniformis. 

150. CHITTEXDEN, F. H. Notes on the pickle worm and melon cater- 

pillar. <Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
April, 1899, pp. 41-44. 
Notes on M'ir<,"ii''i/iiu iiifiiJnlix and J/. hyalinata. 

151. CHITTEXDEX. F. H. Leaf -footed plant-bugs which attack cucur- 

bits. <Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 
April, LSD'.), pp. 44-48, '2 figs. 
Treats of L< i>t<,<j!<,xxnx ojifwltiiK and L. plujllopus. 
145071*1 2 



18 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

152. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on the striped cucumber beetle. 

<Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April. 
1899, pp. 48-51, 1 fig. 
Notes on Dlabrotica inttata. 

153. CHITTENDEN, F. H. A new web-worin enemj^ of cabbage and 

other cruciferous plants. <Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., 
U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 51-57, 1 fig. 
Treats of Hellula undalis. 

154. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on the garden flea-hopper. <Bull. 

No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 
57-62, 1 fig. 
Account of Halticus uhleri. 

155. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The imbricated snout-beetle. <Bull. No. 

19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 
62-67, 1 fig. 
Notes on Epicserus imbricatus. 

156. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The brown fruit-chafer. <Bull. No. 19, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 67-74, 
Ing. 

Account of Euphoria inda. 

157. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Biologic notes on the May beetle. <Bull. 

No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 
74-80, 3 figs. 
Treats of Lachnosterna arcuata. 

158. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The spinach flea-beetle. <Bull. No. 19, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 80-85, 
Ifig. 
Account of Disonycha xantliomelsena. 

159. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Biologic and other notes on the flea-beetles 

which attack solanaceous plants. <Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. 
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 85-90, 1 fig. 
Notes on Epitrix parvula, E. fuscula, and E. cucumeris. 

160. CHITTENDEN, F. H. The cheny leaf-beetle. <Bull. No. 19, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 90-93. 
Notes on Galerucella cavicollis. 

161. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on the plum- and rose leaf -beetles. 

<Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 
1899, pp. 93-95. 
Notes on Nodonota tristis and N. puncticollis. 

162. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Notes on the fruit-tree bark-beetle and 

other borers affecting fruit trees. <Bull. No. 19, n. s., Div. 
Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 96-99. 
Besides Scolytus rugulosm there are notes on Chion cinctus, Amphicerus bicau- 
datus, and Oberea ocellata. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 19 

163. CHITTENDEK, F. H. The squash-vine borer. <Cir. No. 38, 

s. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1899, pp. 6, 2 figs. 
A general account of the insect. 

164. CHITTEXDEX, F. H. Insects injurious to beans and peas. < Year- 

book Dept. Agric. f. 1898 (May, 1899), pp. 232-260, 17 figs. 
A general account of the various species. 

165. CHITTENDEN, F. H. Insect enemies of the white pine. <Bull. 

No. 22, Div. Forestry, U. S. Dept. Agric., September, 1899, 
pp. 55-61, 10 figs. 
Brief notice of a number of species. 

166. CLARK, I. M. Lye after kerosene. <Pacific Rural Press, 15 

April, 1899, p*. 230. 
Treatment for San Jose scale. 

167. COAXES, L. San Jose scale in Eastern orchards. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 5 February, 1898, p. 4. 

168. COCKERELL, T. D. A. The palmetto scale. <Garden and For- 

est, 13 January, 1897, p. 19. 
Note on Comstockiella sabalis. 

169. COCKERELL, T. D. A. The codling moth. <S. W. Farm and 

Orchard, January, 1897; May, 1897. 

170. COCKERELL, T. D. A. On the danger to American horticulture 

from the introduction of injurious insects. Mesilla, N. Mex., 
15 February, 1897, pp. 4. 
Treats chiefly of scale insects, giving a list of exotic injurious species. 

171. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Further note on Aspidiotus ancylus. 

<S. W. Farm and Orchard, March, 1897. 

172. COCKERELL, T. D. A. A new mealy-bug (Dactylopius ps&udo- 

nipce). <Science Gossip, April, 1897, p. 302. 
Found in hothouses in Michigan and California. 

173. COCKERELL, T. D. A. An orchid scale (Aspidiotus biformis). 

<Garden and Forest, 21 April, 1897, p. 158. 

174. COCKERELL. T. D. A. Scymwua inarginicollis. <Garden and 

Forest, 5 May, 1897, p. 179. 

175. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Notes on scale insects. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 8 May, 5 June, 3 July, 25 September, 1897. 
Notes on predaceous Coccinellids. 

176. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Forbes' scale (Aspidiotus forbesi) in 

Mesilla. <S. W. Farm and Orchard, May, 1897, p. 5. 

177. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Contributions to coccidology II. <Amer. 

Nat., July, 1897, p. 588-592. 

178. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Tbe codlin moth. <Garden and Forest, 

25 August, 1897, p. 336. 



20 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

179. COCKERELL, T. D. A. The green scale of coffee. <Garden 

and Forest, 1 September, 1897, p. 347. 
Note on Lecanium viride Green. 

180. COCKERELL, T. D. A. An experience with Paris green. <Bull. 

No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, p. 25. 
The poison absorbed by a peach tree. 

181. COCKERELL, T. D. A. The San Jose scale and its nearest allies. 

<Bull. No. 6, Tech. Ser., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, 
pp. 31, 15 figs. 
Means of distinguishing it from other species. 

182. COCKERELL, T. D. A. The codlin moth. <S. W. Farm, 

Orchard and Stockman, January, 1898, pp. 3-5. 

183. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Preliminary notes on the codling moth. 

<Bull. No. 25, N. Mex. Agric. Exp. Sta. , February, 1898, pp. 
47-68. 
Habits of and remedies for Carpocapsa pomonella. 

184. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Some observations on Mr. Barlow's bill, 

now before Congress, to provide rules and regulations gov- 
erning the importation and inspection of nursery stock. 
<S. W. Farm and Orchard, March, 1898, pp. 10-11. 
<Calif. Fruit Grower, 12 March, 1898, p. 198. 

185. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Importation of fruit trees, etc. <Calif . 

Fruit Grower, 12 March, 1898. 
A consideration of proposed legislation. 

186. COCKERELL, T. D. A. The San Jose scale. <Entom. News, 

April, 1898, pp. 95-96. 

187. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Quarantine against injurious insects. 

<Entom. News, May, 1898, pp. 119-120. 

188. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Injurious insects. <Bull. No. 2, Agric. 

and Hortic., N. Mex. Bur. Immigration, June, 1898, pp. 10-11. 

189. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Some notes on the entomology of Prunus. 

<Bull. No. 27, N. Mex. Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1898, pp. 
132-134. 

Fertilization of plums by flies and bees, and Anthonomus quadrigibbus, Clisio- 
campa fragilis, and ColeopJiora sp. on wild cherry. 

190. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Grasshoppers in New Mexico. <Entorn. 

News, February, 1899, p. 43. 

191. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Megetra vittata, injuring sugar-beets. 

<Entom. News, February, 189!), p. 44. 

192. COCKERELL, T. D. A. Some insect pests of Salt River Valley 

and the remedies for them. <Bull. No. 32, Ariz. Agric. 
Exp. Sta., December, 1899, pp. 273-295. 

Treats chiefly of fruit insects. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 21 

193. COCKERELL. T. P. A., and QuAiNTANCE. A. L. A new species 

of Coccidee of the genus Lecaniodiaspis. <Entom. News, 
September, 1807. pp. H51-163, 1 pL 
LeeotniocKaspis irxwllntiis on hickory. 

194. COLEMAN. H. M. Sulphur blower and other topics. <Pacific 

Rural Press. T January, 1899, 1 fig. 
An apparatus to blow sulphur upon red spiders. 

195. CONNAWAY. J. AY. Texas fever or acclimation fever. <Bull. No. 

37, Mo. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1897, pp. 81-139, 11 figs. 
Confirmation of the tick theory of transmission, experiments and remedies. 

196. COOK, A. J. Our lady birds. <Calif . Cultivator, August, 1897. 

General article on ladybirds, with references to the Chrysopas and ground 
beetles also. 

197. COOK, A. J. The prune beetle. <Calif. Cultivator and Poul- 

try-Keeper, July. 1898, p. 214. 
Notes on Sffica jhnbriata and >'. mi.rta. 

198. COOK, A. J. A new pest of the grape. <Calif. Cultivator, 

June, 1899, pp. 214-215. 
Treats of Nysius angustatus. 

199. COOK, A. J. The bean weevil. <Calif. Cultivator, July, 1899, 

p. 254. 

200. COOK, A. J. Ants an interesting nuisance; how to get rid of 

them. <Amer.* Bee Journal, 22 June, 1899, p. 386. <Pacific 
Rural Press, 15 July, 1899. 

201. COOK, C. B. Canker worms. <Farm, Field and Fireside, 10 

April, 1897, 1 fig. 

202. COOLEY, R. A. Notes on some Massachusetts Coccidse. <Bull. 

No. 17, n. s., Piv. Ent., U. S. Pept. Agric., November, 1898, 
pp. 61-65. 
Treats of a number of common species. 

203. COQUILLETT, P. W. The walnut span-worm. <Bull. No. 7, 

n. s., Piv. Ent., U. S. Pept. Agric., 1897, pp. 64-66, 2 figs. 
Life history of Boarmia plumigeraria. 

204. COQUILLETT, P. W. On the habits of the Oscinidse and Agro- 

myzidse reared at the United States Pepartment of Agricul- 
ture, <Bull. No. 10, n. s., Piv. Ent., U. S. Pept. Agric., 
March, 1898, pp. 70-79. 

205. COQUILLETT, P. W. A Cecidomyiid injurious to seeds of sor- 

ghum. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Piv. Ent., U. S. Pept. Agric., 
1898, pp. 81-82. 
Description and habits of Diplosis sorghicola. 

206. CORDLEY, A. B. Insects of the prune. <Bull. No. 45, Oreg. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1897, pp. 99-127, 13 figs. 
Habits of and remedies against several species. 



22 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

207. CORDLEY, A. B. Notes on Anarxin Ii'nt1dla Zell. <Bull. No. 

9, n. s.. Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 71-75. 
Two forms or species under this name. 

208. CORDLEY, A. B. A <lis<>as<> of tho San Jose scale. <Oreg. 

Agric. and Rural Northwest. 15 November, 1897, p. 70. 

209. CORDLEY, A. B. The hop aphis. <Oreg. Agric. and Rural 

Northwest, 1 December, 1897, p. 86. 

210. CORDLEY, A. B. The bud moth. <Oreg. Agric. and Rural 

Northwest, 15 December, 1897, p. 102, 4 tigs. 

211. CORDLEY, A. B. The Hessian fly. <Oreg. Agric. and Rural 

Northwest, 1 January, 1898, p. 118. 

212. CORDLEY, A. B. Spraying. <Bull. No. 48, Oreg. Agric. Exp. 

Sta., January, 1898, pp. 19, 2 figs. 
Directions for preparation and use of insecticides. 

213. CORDLEY, A. B. Spraying for codling- moth. <Oreg. Agric. 

and Rural Northwest, 1 February, 1898, p. 151. 

214. CORDLEY, A. B. The prune twig borer. <Oreg. Agric. and 

Rural Northwest, 15 March, 1898, p. 197. 
Treats of Anarsia lineatella. 

215. CORDLEY, A. B. The time to spray for hop lice. <Oreg. Agric. 

and Rural Northwest, 1 August, 1898, p. 343. 

216. CORDLEY, A. B. Some prune pests. <Rept. State Bd. Hortic. 

Oreg. f. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 417-432. 
Notes on San Jose' scale and peach borer. 

217. CORDLEY, A. B. A new injurious insect. <Oreg. Agric. and 

Rural Northwest, 15 June, 1899, p. 292. 
Deals with TJtricolepis inornata. 

218. CRAIG, J. The San Jose scale. <Farmers' Advocate, 21 June, 

1897, p. 278. 

219. CRAIG, J. Injury by the San Jose scale. <Farmers' Advocate, 

5 May, 1898, p. 202-203. 

220. CRAIG, J. Bordeaux mixture as an insecticide. < Country Gen- 

tleman, 2 June, 1898, p. 433. 

221. CRAIG, J. Plum aphis. <Prairie Farmer, 2 September, 1899. 

222. CRAW, A. Injurious insect pests found on trees and plants from 

foreign countries. <5th Bien. Rept. Calif. State Bd. Hortic., 
1895-96 (1897), pp'. 33-52, 3 pis. 
A descriptive list, mostly of scale insects. 

223. CRAW, A. Entomology and quarantine. <5th Bien. Rept. 

Calif. State Bd. Hortic., 1895-96 (1897), pp. 127-135. 
Results of his work for the past two years. 

224. CRAW, A. Fruit tree borers. <Calif. Fruit Grower, No. 1, 

1897, p. 4. 
Notes on Sannina exltiosa, JEgeria tipnliformis, and Chrysobothris femorata. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 23 

225. CRAW, A. Control of the codlin moth. <Pacific Rural Press, 

14 August, 1897, p. 101. 

226. CRAW, A. A dangerous pest, Caliroa (/Selandria] obscletum. 

<Calif. Fruit Grower, 25 December, 1897. <PaGific Rural 
Press, 25 December, 1897, p. 402. 

22T. CRAW, A. [From Quarantine Officer Craw.] <Pacific Rural 

Press, 12 February, 1898, p. 99. 
Criticism of the proposed national quarantine bill. 

228. CRAW, A. Orange peel worms and Mexican orange maggots. 

<Pacific Rural Press, 23 April, 1898, pp. 261-262. - 
Habits of orange-peel worm in California; name not known. 

229. CRAW, A. Review of the proposed national horticultural quar- 

antine law. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 25 May, 1898, pp. 4-5. 

230. CRAW, A. Our new possessions and necessary horticultural leg- 

islation. <Pacific Rural Press, 10 December, 1898. 
Relates to the possible introduction of injurious species. 

231. CRAW, A. Danger in imported insect pests. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 31 December, 1898, p. 4. 

232. CRAW, A. Entomology and quarantine. <Prelim. Rept. (Sixth 

Bien.) State Bd. Hortic. Calif. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 97-107. 
Notes on many scale insects. 

233. CRAW, A. New scale insects that have been quarantined. <Pre- 

lim. Rept. (Sixth Bien.) State Bd. Hortic. Calif. 1897-98 
(1899), pp. 107-114. 
A long list of species, with notes thereon. 

234. CRAW, A. Our new possessions and necessary horticultural leg- 

islation. <Prelim. Rept. (Sixth Bien.) State Bd. Hortic. 
Calif. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 115-118. 

235. CRAW, A. Necessary horticultural legislation. <Rept. State 

Bd. Hortic. Oreg. f. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 258-261. 

236. CRAW, A. Inspection of nursery stock and orchards. <Pacific 

Rural Press, 29 July, 1899. 

237. CRAWFORD, C. G. Some enemies of the orchard. < Virginia, 

Agric. Rept. f. 1897, pp. 188-192. 
Notes on San Jose scale. 

238. CROSBY, H. M. A San Jose scale remedy. <Colman's Rural 

World, 10 March, 1898, p. 75. 

239. CURTICE, C. Texas fever. <So. Planter, March, 1897, pp. 

116-117. 

240. CURTISS, F. The presence of the codling moth. <Denver Field 

and Farm, 10 June, 1899. 



24 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

241. DALRYMPLE, W. H., H. A. MORGAN, and W. R. DODSON. Cattle 

tick and Texas fever. <Bull. No. 51, La. Agrie. Exp. Sta., 
1898, pp. 230-282, 2 figs., 6 pis. 
Detailed account of many experiments. 

242. DALZIEL, J. The elm beetle. <Pop. Sci. News, May, 1897, 

3 figs. 
A general account of the insect. 

243. DALZIEL, J. The Buffalo beetle. <Pop. Sci. News, June, 

1897, 1 fig. 

244. DARTT, E. H. S. San Jose scale. <Farm, Stock and Home, 

15 April, 1897. 

245. DAVIS, F. P. White ants. <Amer. Florist, 17 December, 

1898, 1 fig. 

Damage to chrysanthemums. 

246. DAVIS, G. C. Report of the consulting entomologist. <35th 

Ann. Kept. Mich. State Bd. Agric., f. 1896 (1897), pp. 135-138. 
Notes on mushroom insects, Adimonia cavicollis, Nysius angustatus, grass- 
hoppers, and Hessian fly. 

247. DAVIS, G. C. Pests of house and ornamental plants. <Spec. 

Bull. No. 2, Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1896 (1897), 
pp. 44, 34 figs. 
Treats of a great many insects. 

248. DEARNESS, J. Some injurious insects. <27thAnn. Kept. Ent. 

Soc. Ontario, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 23-24, 4 figs. 

249. DEARNESS, J. The cotton boll- worm in Canadian corn. <29th 

Ann. Kept.. Ent. Soc. Ontario, 1898 (1899), pp. 64-65. 

250. DINWIDDIE, R! R. Methods of combating communicable dis- 

eases of farm animals. <Bull. No. 51, Ark. Agric. Exp. 
Sta., Ma}-, 1898, pp. 35-46. 
Deals with methods of killing Texas cattle tick. 

251. DOANE, R. W. A few facts about insects. <Bull. No. 27, Wash. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1897, pp. 52, 69 tigs. 
General article. 

252. DOANE, R. W. A new Trypetid of economic importance. 

<Entom. News, March, 1898, pp. 69-72. 

Description and habits of Rhagoletis ribicola, which injures currants and 
gooseberries in Washington. 

253. DOANE, R. W. Insects and diseases affecting the prune. <Bull. 

No. 38, Wash. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1899, pp. 37-t4. 
Deals with Aspidiotus perniciosm, Tetranychus telarius, Aphis prunifoMse, Cono- 
Irachelus nenuphar, and Coccotorus prunicida. 

DOANE, R. W. See PIPER, C. V., and DOANE, R. W. 

254. DODGE, G. M. Concerning flies. <Colman's Rural World, 14 

September, 1899. 
Experience with Tabanus tectus, Hxmatobla serrula, and Stomoxi/s calcitrans. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 25 

255. DOTY, J. 8. Bean weevils. < Wisconsin Agric., 29 December, 

1898. 

256. DUNLAP, H. M. Why, when, and how to spray. <Trans. 111. 

State Hortic. Soc. f. 1899, pp. 319-322. 

257. EARLE, F. S. Orchard notes. <Bull. No. 106, Ala. Agric. Exp. 

Sta., November, 1899, pp. 163-176. 
Notes on Aphis mail and Aspidiotus perniciosus. 

258. EHRHORN, E. M. Leaf -eating caterpillars. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 23 January, 1897, p. 4. 
Notes on several species. 

259. EHRHORN, E. M. Peach moth. <Pacific Rural Press, 26 Feb- 

ruary, 1898, p. 133. 
Treats of Anarsia lineatella. 

260. EHRHORN, E. M. Pests and diseases. <Pac. Tree and Vine, 

30 April, 1898. 
Notes on canker worms, cutworms, peach borer, codling moth, and insecticides. 

261. EHRHORN, E. M. The California tussock moth (Orgy la gulosa). 

<Pacific Rural Press, 29 October, 1898, 1 fig. 

262. EHRHORN, E. M. The crown borer of the peach. <Pacific 

Rural Press, 24 December, 1898, p. 413. 

263. EMORY, R. S. Experiences with the San Jose scale. <Trans. 

Penin. Hortic. Soc., February, 1898, pp. 107-113. <Nat. 
Nurseryman, 1898, pp. 26-27. 

264. EVANS, J. D. Notes on the insects of the year. <Division No. 

2, Bay of Quinte District, 29th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, 
1898 (1899), p. 90. 

265. EVANS, W. M. Chinch bug. <So. Planter, March, 1897, p. 127. 

266. FAVILLE, E. E. A common pest. <The Industrialist, 29 Novem- 

ber, 1897, 2 figs. 
Treats of Leptocoris trivittaia. 

267. FAVILLE, E. E. Cigar case-bearer. <The Industrialist, April, 

1898, pp. 271-275, 7 figs. 
Treats of Coleophora fetcherella. 

268. FAVILLE, E. E. The fringed-wing apple-bud moth. <Press 

Bull. No. 3, Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1898, pp. 2. 
Account of Nothris maligemmella. 

269. FAVILLE, E. E. The peach-twig borer. <Press Bull. No. 9, 

Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1898, pp. 2. 
Account of Anarsia lineatella. 

270. FAVILLE, E. E. The fruit-tree bark-beetle. <Press Bull. No. 14 

Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1898, pp. 2. 
Account of Scolytus rugulosus. 



26 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

271. FAVILLE, E. E. The potato-stalk weevil. <Press Bull. No. 19, 

Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1898, pp. 2. 
Account of Trichobaris trinotata. 

272. FAVILLE, E. E. Insecticides and fungicides. <Trans. Kans. 

State Hortic. Soc., 1898, pp. 90-94. 

273. FAVILLE, E. E. The spring canker-worm. <Press Bull. No. 23, 

Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1899, pp. 3. 
Account of Paleacrita vernata. 

274. FAVILLE, E. E., and P. J. PARROTT. Some insects injurious to 

the orchard. <Bull. No. 77, Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 
1898, pp. 25-62, 32 figs. 
Notes on a number of species. 

275. FAVILLE, E. E. , and P. J. PARROTT. The potato-stalk weevil. 

<Bull. No. 82, Kans. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1899, pp. 12, 
15 figs. 
Treats of Trichobaris trinotata. 

276. FELT, E. P. Corn-root worm. <Country Gentleman, 10 Feb- 

ruary, 1898, p. 107. 
Note on Diabrotica 12-punctata. 

277. FELT, E. P. Kerosene emulsion. <Country Gentleman, 17 

February, 1898, p. 126. 

278. FELT, E. P. Scurvy bark-louse. <Country Gentleman, 17 

February, 1898, p. 127. 

279. FELT, E. P. A very different bug. < Country Gentleman, 3 

March, 1898, p. 166. 
Concerning the carpet beetle, Anthrenus scrophularise. 

280. FELT, E. P. Two bad insects. <Country Gentleman, 17 March, 

1898, p. 206. 
Notes on San Jose scale and oyster-shell bark-louse. 

281. FELT, E. P. Codling moth. <Country Gentleman, 24 March, 

1898, p. 226. 

282. FELT, E. P. Bees injuring grapes. <Country Gentleman, 24 

March, 1898, p. 226. 

283. FELT, E. P. Not San Jose. <Country Gentleman, 24 March, 

1898, p. 226. 
Specimens were Schizoneura lanigera. 

284. FELT, E. P. Aphids in greenhouse. <Country Gentleman, 31 

March, 1898, p. 247. 
Remedies against them. 

285. FELT, E. P. Eel worms in clover. <Country Gentleman, 7 

April, 1898, p. 266. 

286. FELT, E. P. It is San Jose. <Country Gentleman, 14 April, 

1898, p. 286. 
From Woodstown, N. J. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 27 

287. FELT, E. P. Probably not efficient. <Country Gentleman, 14 

April, 1898, p. 286. 
Lime, salt, and sulphur wash for San Jose scale. 

288. FELT, E. P. Bag or basket worm. <Country Gentleman, 21 

April, 1898, p. 307. 

289. FELT, E. P. Codling- moth. <Country Gentleman, 26 May, 

1898, p. 406. 

290. FELT, E. P. The punctured clover-leaf weevil. <Country 

Gentleman, 26 May, 1898, p. 406. 

291. FELT, E. P. Apple-tree bark louse. <Country Gentleman, 9 

June, 1898, p. 454. 

292. FELT, E. P. Certain destructive scale insects. <Country Gen- 

tleman, 9 June, 1898, pp. 453-454, 2 figs. 
Treats chiefly of San Jose scale. 

293. FELT, E. P. To destroy ant hills. <Country Gentleman, 9 

June, 1898, p. 446. 

294. FELT, E. P. Forest tent caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 

9 June, 1898, p. 450. 
Ravages and abundance of Clisiocampa disstria. 

295. FELT, E. P. Cutworms. <Country Gentleman, 16 June, 1898, 

p. 470. 

296. FELT, E. P. Black ants. <Country Gentleman, 16 June, 1898, 

p. 470. 

297. FELT, E. P. Cherry-leaf beetle. <Country Gentleman, 16 

June, 1898, p. 471. 
Note on Galerucella cavicollis. 

298. FELT, E. P. The brown apricot scale. <Country Gentleman, 

.6 June, 1898, p. 474. 
Treats of Lecanium armeniacum. 

299. FELT, E. P. Insects on honeysuckle. <Country Gentleman, 

23 June, 1898, p. 490. 
Plant lice reduced by Adalia bipunctata. 

300. FELT, E. P. Pests Virginia creeper.^ <Country Gentleman, 

23 June, 1898, p. 490. 
Note on the apple aphis, A. mali. 

301. FELT, E. P. Maples defoliated. <Country Gentleman, 23 June, 

1898, p. 491. 
Note on Xylina antennata. 

302. FELT, E. P. Elm-leaf beetle. <Country Gentleman, 30 June, 

1898, p. 513. 

303. FELT, E. P. The harlequin cabbage bug. <Country Gentle- 

man, 30 June, 1898, p. 513. 



28 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

304. FELT, E. P. Pear-leaf blister-mite. < Country Gentleman, 

7 July, 1898. p. 526. 

305. FELT, E. P. Fleas and how to kill them. <Country Gentleman, 

7 July, 1898, p. 537. 

306. FELT, E. P. Cucumber beetle cabbage worms. <Country 

Gentleman, 14 July, 1898, p. 546. 
Notes on Diabrotica rittata and Pieris rapse. 

307. FELT, E. P. Destructive rose bug. <Country Gentleman. 

14 July, 1898, p. 546. 
Concerning Macrodactylus subspinosus. 

308. FELT, E. P. The Hessian fly in Pennsylvania. <Country 

Gentleman, 14 July, 1898, p. 547. 

309. FELT, E. P. Forest tent caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 

14 July, 1898, p. 551. 
Serious injury by Clisiocampa disstria. 

310. FELT, E. P. Forest tent caterpillar. <Country Gentleman. 

21 July, 1898, p. 567. 

311. FELT, E. P. Work of the oak pruner. < Country Gentleman. 

21 July, 1898, p. 573. 

312. FELT, E. P. Zebra caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 28 July, 

1898, p. 586. 
Abundance of Mamestra picta. 

313. FELT, E. P. Nursery and orchard inspection. <Countrv 

Gentleman, 28 July, 1898, p. 586. 

314. FELT, E. P. Brown patches on the lawn. <Amer. Gardening. 

30 July, 1898, p. 549. 
Remedies for white grubs. 

315. FELT, E. P. Asparagus beetle in Albany County. <Country 

Gentleman, 4 August, 1898, p. 614. 

316. FELT, E. P. Maple-tree scale. <Country Gentleman. 11 

August, 1898, p. 630. 
Note on Pulvinaria innumerabilis. 

317. FELT, E. P. A walking stick. <Country Gentleman, 18 

August, 1898, p. 647. 

318. FELT, E. P. The apple-tree tent-caterpillar. <Country Gen- 

tleman, 18 August, 1898, p. 653. 

319. FELT, E. P. Asparagus beetles. <Country Gentleman, 1 Sep- 

tember, 1898, p. 693, 1 tig. 
Notes on both species of Criocerlx. 

320. FELT, E. P. Killing insects through plant roots. <Country 

Gentleman, 1 September, 1898, p. 694. 

321. FELT, E. P. The plague of flies. <Country Gentleman, 8 Sep- 

tember, 1898, p. 712. 

Note on Hsematobia serrnln. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 29 

322. FELT, E. P. Insects on chrysanthemums. <CAmer. Gardening, 

10 September, 1898. p. 639. 
Note on Li/gus pratenxi* and Triphlepx inaidiosns. 

323. FELT, E. P. A katydid. <Country Gentleman, 15 September, 

1898, p. 726. 
Eggs of Microcentrutn laurifolium. 

324. FELT, E. P. Ponds and mosquitoes. <Country Gentlemen, 6 

October, 1898, p. 794. 
Use of kerosene against mosquitoes. 

325. FELT, E. P. Preventives of insect depredations. < Country 

Gentleman, 13 October, 1898, pp. 813-814. 
320. FELT, E. P. Attacked by joint-worms. <Country Gentleman, 

13 October, 1898, p. 814. 
Damage to wheat by Isosoma. 

327. FELT, E. P. Scale on magnolia and Euonymus. <Amer. Gar- 

dening, 29 October, 1898, p. 742. 
Notes on Lecanium tulipiferse and Chionaspis euonymi.. 

328. FELT, E. P. Beneficial bugs. <Country Gentleman, 3 Novem- 

ber, 1898, p. 868. 
Note on wheel bug and masked bedbug hunter. 

329. FELT, E. P. A pernicious elm borer. <Country Gentleman, 

3 November, 1898, p. 869. 
Note on Sctpcrda tridentatci. 

330. FELT, E. P. Look out for canker worms. <Country Gentle- 

man, 10 November, 1898, p. 813, 1 fig. 
Notes on Erannis tiliaria. 

331. FELT, E. P. Hessian fly. <Country Gentleman, 17 Novem- 

ber, 1898, p. 906. 

332. FELT, E. P. Elm borer. <Country Gentleman, 17 November, 

1898, p. 906. 
Note on Saperda tridentata. 

333. FELT, E. P. Grape vine leaf-beetle. <Country Gentleman, 17 

November, 1898, p. 913. 
Specimens of Typhlocyba comes. 

334. FELT, E. P. Exterminating potato bugs. <Country Gentle- 

man, 17 November, 1898, pp. 913-914. 

335. FELT, E. P. Notes on some of the insects of the year in the 

State of New York. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. 
Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 16-33. Abstract <Coun- 
try Gentleman, 1 September, 1898, p. 690. 
Notes on various species, especially on the elm-leaf beetle. 

336. FELT, E. P. Bean weevil. <Country Gentleman, 8 December, 

1898, p. 966. 

337. FELT, E. P. Carbon bisulfid. <Country Gentleman, 8 Decem- 

ber, 1898, p. 966. 



30 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

338. FELT, E. P. Insects from lily pond. <Arner. Gardening, 10 

December, 1898, p. 842. 
Injury probably by caddice fly. 

339. FELT, E. P. Everlasting San Jose scale. <Country Gentle- 

man, 15 December, 1898, p. 993. 

340. FELT, E. P. A destructive borer. <Country Gentleman, 15 

December, 1898, p. 993. 
Notes on Agrilus anxim injuring birches. 

341. FELT, E. P. Fourteenth report on the injurious and other 

insects of the State of New York. <Bull. N. Y. State Mus. 
Nat. Hist., Vol. V, No. 23, December, 1898, pp. 153-295, 20 
figs., 9 pis. 

Treats of Byturus unicolor, Trypela canadensis, Notolophus leucosiigrria, Clmo- 
campa americana, Clmocampa disstria, Mamestra picta, Xylina automata. 
Lecanium tulipiferse, Lepisma domestica, Eurypdma hentzi, insecticides, San 
Jose scale, and elm-leaf beetle. 

342. FELT, E. P. Insects injurious to forest trees. <Fourth Ann. 

Kept. Comm. Fish, Game, and Forests of the State of New 
York, 1898, pp. 31, 11 figs., 3 plates. 

Accounts of Notolophus leucostigma, Clisiocampa disstria, Zeuzera pyrina, Sesia 
acerni, Plagionotus speciosus, Elaphidion villosum, and Pulvinaria innumera- 
bilis. 

343. FELT, E. P. Elm leaf -beetle in New York State. <Bull. N. Y. 

State Mus. Nat. Hist., No. 20, 1898, pp. 43, 6 pis. 
A full account of the insect. 

344. FELT, E. P. Spray barrel on wheels. <Country Gentleman, 

12 January. 1899, p. 26. 

345. FELT, E. P. Squash, melon, and cucumber bugs. <Country 

Gentleman, 16 February, 1899, p. 128. 

Notes on Anasa tristis, Mellitia ceto, Margaronia nitidalis, M. hyalinata, Dia- 
brotica vitiata, Epilachna borealis, Epitrix cucumeris, and Aphis goss;/]>ii. 

346. FELT, E. P. Arsenical poisons. < Country Gentleman, 16 Feb- 

ruary, 1899, p. 128. 
Recommends use of arsenate of lead. 

347. FELT, E. P. Injurious insects of the Hudson River Valley. 

<Rural New Yorker, 18 March, 1899, p. 198. 

348. FELT, E. P. Box elder plant bug. <American Gardening, 29 

April, 1899, p. 321. 

349. FELT, E. P. Myriapods and mites. <American Gardening, 29 

April, 1899, p. 321. 

350. FELT, E. P. Scale on Japan quince. <American Gardening, 

15 April, 1899, p. 284. 
Note on Chionaspis furfurus. 

351. FELT, E. P. Ants. <Country Gentleman, 4 May, 1899, p. 346. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY 31 

352. FELT, E. P. Curious insect tastes. <Countiy Gentleman, 11 

May, 1899, p. 368. 
Notes on Attagenus piceus, Lepisma domestica, and Lasioderma serricarne. 

353. FELT, E. P. Forest tent caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 11 

May, 1899, p. 367. 

354. FELT, E. P. Cutworms on carnations. < Country Gentleman, 

11 May, 1899, p. 368. 
Determined as Peridromia saucia. 

355. FELT, E. P. Look out for caterpillars. <Country Gentleman, 

11 May, 1899, p. 368. 
Remedies for tent caterpillars. 

356. FELT, E. P. Pests on fruit trees. <Country Gentleman, 25 

May, 1899, p. 406. 

Notes on Caccecia rosaceana, Tmetocera ocellana, Myzus cerasi, and Adalia 
bipunctata. 

357. FELT, E. P. Bark louse and Phytoptus. < Country Gentleman, 

1 June, 1899, p. 430. 
Note on Mytilaspis pomorum and Phytoptus quadripes. 

358. FELT, E. P. Plant lice. <Country Gentleman, 1 June, 1899, 

p. 430. 
Aphis rumicis on Euonymus. 

359. FELT, E. P. Entomology. <Country Gentleman, 8 June, 1899, 

pp. 448-449. 

Notes on forest tent caterpillar, apple tent caterpillar, cutworms, and arse- 
nate of lead. 

360. FELT, E. P. Forest tent caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 15 

June, 1899, p. 474. 

361. FELT, E. P. Bordeaux mixture. <Country Gentleman, 15 

June, 1899, p. 470. 

362. FELT, E. P. Tent caterpillars. <Country Gentleman, 15 June, 

1899, p. 470. 

363. FELT, E. P. Galls on maple leaves. <Country Gentleman, 22 

June, 1899, p. 486. 
Note on Phytoptus quadripes. 

364. FELT, E. P. Blister beetles. <Country Gentleman, 6 July, 

1899, p. 526. 
Notes on Epicauta vittata and Macrobasis unicolor. 

365. FELT, E. P. The coxcomb elm gall. <Rural New Yorker, 18 

July, 1899, p. 497. 
Note on Colopha ulmicola. 

366. FELT, E. P. The fall web-worm. <Country Gentleman, 27 

July, 1899, p. 593. 

367. FELT, E. P. The Hessian fly. <Country Gentleman, 10 August, 

1899, pp. 628-629. 



32 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

368. FELT, E. P. Spined soldier bug. < Country Gentleman, 10 

August, 1899, p. 626, 1 fig. 
Note on Podisus spinosus. 

369.. FELT, E. P. Squash bug. <Country Gentleman, 10 August, 

1899, p. 626. 
Note on Anasa tristis. 

370. FELT, E. P. Striped blister beetle. <Country Gentleman, 10 

August, 1899, p. 626, 1 fig. 
Note on Epicauta vittata. 

371. FELT, E. P. Turnip pest. <Country Gentleman, 17 August, 

1899, p. 646. 
Note on web caterpillar. 

372. FELT, E. P. Elm leaf beetle. < Country Gentleman, 17 August, 

1899, p. 646. 

373. FELT, E. P. Rose pest. <Country Gentleman, 17 August, 

1899, p. 646. 
Note on Homoptera lunata. 

374. FELT, E. P. Lilac caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 24 August, 

1899, p. 673. 
Note on Attacus promethea. 

375. FELT, E. P. Worms in mushroom beds. <Country Gentleman, 

24 August, 1899, p. 666. 
Larvae of Sciara. 

376. FELT, E. P. Bark louse. <Country Gentleman, 7 September, 

1899, p. 706. 

Note on Chionaspis furfurus. 

377. FELT, E. P. Notes of the year for New York. <Country 

Gentleman, 14 September, 1899, p. 733. 

Notes on Clisiocampa disstria, Cicada septendcdm, Oalerucella luteola, Systena 
frontalis, Crioceris asparagi, and C. 12-punctata. 

378. FELT, E. P. Willow caterpillar. <Country Gentleman, 21 

September, 1899, p. 746. 
Note on Euvanessa antiopa. 

379. FELT, E. P. Strawberry insects. <Country Gentleman, 21 

September, 1899, p. 746. 
White grubs in the beds. 

380. FELT, E. P. Controlling insect pests. <Country Gentleman, 

28 September, 1899, p. 767. 

381. FELT, E. P. Potato scab and insects. <Country Gentleman, 

28 September, 1899, p. 766. 
Notes on myriapods and wireworms. 

382. FELT, E. P. Katydid eggs. <Country Gentleman, 5 October, 

1899, p. 786. 
Eggs of Microcentrum retinervis. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 33 

383. FELT, E. P. The white-lined Sphinx. <Country Gentleman, 

5 October, 1899, p. 792. 
Account of Deilephlla lineatn. 

384. FELT, E. P. The horse guard identified. <Country Gentle- 

man, 9 November, 1899, p. 896, 1 fig. 
Notes on Monedula Carolina. 

385. FELT, E. P. Paint vs. borers. <Country Gentleman, 16 

November, 1899, p. 917. 
Use of paint against Superda and Chrysobothris. 

386. FELT, E. P. Substitute for Paris green. <Country Gentle- 

man, 23 November, 1899, p. 931. 
Notes on paragrene, laurel green, green arsenite, and white arsenic. 

387. FELT, E. P. Voluntary entomologic service in New York State. 

<Bull. No. 20, n, s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric,, Novem- 
ber, 1899, pp. 39-1:3. 

388. FELT, E. P. Notes of the year for New York. <Bull. No. 20, 

n. s., Div. Ent,, U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, pp. 
60-62. 

389. FERNALD, C. H. Report of the Entomologist. <Rept, Mass. 

Bd. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 360-364, 1 pi. 
On the gypsy moth. 

390. FERNALD, C. H. Report of the Entomologist. <Ninth Ann. 

Rept. Hatch Exp. Sta., Mass., January, 1897, pp. 85-87. 
. Notes on Chermes abietis, Diasiictis ribearia, and Planchonia quereicola. 

391. FERNALD, C. H. Report of the Entomologist. <Tenth Ann. 

Rept. Mass. Exp. Sta., January, 1898, pp. 102-105. 
Notes on San Jose scale, army worm, plant lice, Carneades messoria. 

392. FERNALD, C. H. Report of the Entomologist. <Rept. State 

Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on extermination of the gypsy moth, 
January, 1898, pp. 17-20. 

393. FERNALD, C. H. Arsenate of lead as an insecticide. <Rept. 

State Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on extermination of the gypsy moth, 
January, 1898, pp. 53-56. 

394. FERNALD, C. H. The brown-tail moth. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 24-32. 
General account of Euproctis chrysorrhcea. 

395. FERNALD, C. H. Insects injurious to the cranberry and other 

fruits. <Rept. State Bd. Agric. Mass, f . 1898, pp. 144-162. 
Notes on Leucania unipuncta, Rhopobota vacciniana, Mineola vaccinii, Emalurga 
faxonii, Eupitheda implicata, Cecidomyia vaccinii, Crambus hortellus, Car- 
neades detersa. Aphis mali, Schizoneura lanigera, and Aspidiotus perniciosus. 

396. FERNALD, C. H. Report of the Entomologist. <llth Ann. Rept. 

Hatch Exp. Sta. Mass., January, 1899, pp. 102-104. 

Notes on Aspi<H<itnx i ////r/o.vN, Phytonomus nigriroslris, Anthrenus scrophu- 

larise, and the grass Thrips. 
1450701 3 



34 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

397. FERNALD, C. H., and A. H. KIEKLAND. The brown-tail moth. 

<Spec. Bull. Hatch Exp. Sta. Mass., July, 1897, pp. 15, 1 
fig., 3 pis. <Reprint, Mass. Bd. Agric.,Bull. Information, 
March, 1898. 
Treats of Euproctis chrysorrhcea. 

398. FERNALD, H. T. Insects to be treated now by fruit growers. 

The apple worm and plum curculio. <Farmers' Circular 
No. 2, Pa. Dept. Agric. , May, 1898. 
Brief accounts. 

399. FERNALD, H. T. Spraying and how to spray. <Farmers' Cir- 

cular No. 3, Pa. Dept. Agric., July, 1898., 

40(>. FERNALD, H. T. The Hessian fly in wheat. < Pa. Dept. Agric., 

Div. ZooL, 1890; circular. 
Brief account. 

401. FERNALD, H. T. How to make spray mixtures. <Pa. Dept. 

Agric., 1898; circular. 
Brief directions. 

402. FERNALD, H. T. Report of the economic zoologist. <Bull. No. 

41, Dept. Agric. Pa., February, 1899, pp. 106-113. 
Brief notes on the damage by various insects. 

403. FERNALD, H. T. The San Jose scale and other scale insects. 

<Bull. No. 43, Dept, Agric. Pa., March, 1899. 
Besides Aspidiotus perniciosus, it treats of A. <uicijhiK, A. juc/la)ix-r<t/i;< , l)i- 
axplx luiiiitm, D. rosx, Mytilaxpl* jtonionuii, Chionaspig furfurus, and Leca- 
nium persicse. 

404. FERNALD, H. T. Methods for the protection of crops from 

insects and fungi. <Bull. No. 49, Dept. Agric. Pa., June, 
1899, pp. 20. 
An elaborate spraying calendar. 

405. FERNALD, H. T. Some harmful household insects. <Bull. No. 

45, Dept. Agric. Pa., July, 1899, pp. 13, figs. 2. 

Notes on Anthrenus scrophularise, Attagenus piceus, Tinea peUionella, T. bisel- 
liella, Trichophaga tapetzella, Periplarteta orientalis, Ectobia germanica, and 
ants. 

406. FERNALD, H. T. Some insects injurious to wheat. <Bull. No. 

46, Dept. Agric, Pa., July, 1899, pp. 24, 7 figs. 

Notes on Cetidomyia destructor, Displosis trititi, Meromyza americana, Isosoma 
hordei, Cephus pygm&us, Leucania unipuncta, Siphonophora avemv, >V/o- 
troga cerealetta, Calandra granaria, and wireworms. 

407. FERNALD, H. T. Some insects attacking fruit and fruit-trees. 

<Bull. No. 47, Dept. Agric. Pa., July, 1899, pp. 19, 5 figs. 
Deals with Carpocapsa pomonella, CKsiocampa americana, Platysamia cecropia, 
Saperda Candida, Sannina exitiosa, Anarsia lineatella, and Conotrachelus nenu- 
phar. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 35 

408. FERNALD, H. T. Common cabbage insects. <Bull. No. 48,Dept. 

Agric. Pa., July, 1899, pp. 14, 3 figs. 

Deals with Pieris rap<r, Minn<'xtr<i pit-in, Phorbia brassicx, and Murgantia 
histrionica. 

409. FIFIELD, O. E. The need of nursery inspection laws. <Rept. 

Mich. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1897 (1898), pp. 150-155. 

410. FISHER, J. Hydrocyanic acid as an insecticide. <Amer. Gar- 

dening, 1898, p. 741. 
Against greenhouse insects. 

411. FISHER, J. Hydrocyanic acid gas; a reply. <Amer. Garden- 

ing, 26 November, 1898. 

412. FISHER, T. R. The migration of locusts. <Sci. American, 29 

April, 1899, p. 265. 

413. FLAGG, C. O., and FIELD, G. W. The army worm in Rhode 

Island. <9th Ann. Rept, R. I. Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1896 
(1897), pp. 319-326, 1 fig. 

414. FLETCHER, J. Insect injuries to Ontario crops in 1896. <27th 

Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 58-69, 
figs. 13. 
Brief notes on various common insects. 

415. FLETCHER, J. Report of the entomologist and botanist. <Rept. 

Exptl. Farms Canada f. 1896 (1897), pp. 226-276, 18 figs, 1 pi. 
Notes on Cecidomyia destructor, Isosoma hordei, Siphonophora avenge, Hadena 
arctica, Cephus pygmseus, Leucania unipuncta, Hylesinus trifolii, EriopeUis 
festucas, grasshoppers, white grubs, Phyllotreta vittata, Entomoscelis adonidis, 
jyiabrotica vittata, Mamestra trifolii, M. picta, Pieris rapie, Doryphora 10- 
lineata, Carneades ochrogaster, Carpocapsa pomonella, Tmetocera ocellana, 
Coleophorafletcherella, Mytilaspis pomorum, Eriocampa cerasi, Lyda rufipes, 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, Conotrachelus nenuphar, Phylloxera vastairix, Phlce- 
otribus liminaris, Aphis persiae-niger, Trypeta pomonella, and Hsematobia 
serrata. 

416. FLETCHER, J. Insects injurious to farm crops in Canada, 1896. 

<Farmers' Advocate, 5 January, 1897, p. 17. 

417. FLETCHER, J. The San Jose scale. <28th Ann. Rept. Entom. 

Soc. Ontario, f . 1897 (1898), pp. 78-86, 4 figs. 
General account. 

418. FLETCHER, J. Report of the entomologist and botanist. <Ex- 

perimental Farms Report (Canada) for 1897 (1898), pp. 187-221, 
87 figs.' 
Treats of a large number of insects, principally injurious to fruit and grains. 

419. FLETCHER, J. Injurious insects in 1898. <29th Ann. Rept. 

Entom. Soc. Ontario, 1898 (1899), pp. 75-87, 12 figs. 
Notes on various insects. 

420. FLETCHER, J. The brown-tail moth. <29th Ann. Rept. Entom. 

Soc. Ontario, 1898 (1899), pp. 72-74. 



36 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

421. FLETCHER, J. Report of the entomologist and botanist. <Rept. 

Exptl. Farms Canada f. 1898 (1899), pp. 167-212, 24 figs. 

Accounts of many species: Diplosis tritici, Meromyza arnericana, Oscinis car- 
bonaria, Isosoma tritici, Siphonophora arenas, Cephus pygmseus, cutworms, 
Calopienus spretus, Semasia nigricana, Bruchus pisorum, B. obtectus, Psila 
rosse, Aphis brassies;, Phorbia brassiest, Pcecilocapsus lineatus, Argyresthia 
conjugella, Grapholitha prunivora, Clisiocampa disstria, C. americana,, Cono- 
tracheltts nenuphar, Xylina grotei, Aspidiotus perniciosus, Aphis mali, Xylo- 
crius agassizii, and spraying. 

422. FLETCHER, J. The Rocky Mountain locust. <Farmers' Advo- 

cate, 5 October, 1898, p. 446. 

423. FORBES, S. A. The San Jose scale in Illinois. <Bull. No. 48, 

111. Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1897, pp. 413-428, 2 figs. 
Distribution in the State. 

424. FORBES, S. A. Circular notice concerning the San Jose scale and 

other fruit insects. <Urbana, 111., July, 1897, pp. 4. 

425. FORBES, S. A. Strawberry leaf-roller. <Prairie Farmer, 10 

July, 1897. 

426. FORBES, S. A. San Jose scale in Illinois. <Farm, Field and 

Fireside, 31 July, 1897, pp. 1044-1045. 

427. FORBES, S. A. The San Jose scale. <Farming, July, 1897, pp. 

718-722, 2 figs. 

428. FORBES, S. A. The season's campaign against the San Jose scale 

and other scale insects in Illinois. <Trans. 111. State Hortic. 
Soc. f. 1897, pp. 103-119. 
Report of experiments and inspections. 

429. FORBES, S. A. Twentieth report of the State entomologist on 

the noxious and beneficial insects of the State of Illinois. 
<Springfield, 1898, pp. 112. 

Notes on San Jose scale, white grubs, chinch bugs, bacterial diseases of 
chinch bug, diseases of army worm, and Odynerus foraminatus. 

430. FORBES, S. A. San Jose scale warning. <Colman's Rural 

World, 10 February, 1898, p. 43. 

431. FORBES, S. A. San Jose scale Warning to lllinoisans. <Farm, 

Field and Fireside, 12 February, 1898, pp. 198-199. 

432. FORBES, S. A. The San Jose scale. <Gentleman Farmer Mag- 

azine, May, 1898, pp. 409-414, 7 figs. 

433. FORBES, S. A. The seventeen year Cicada. <Prairie Farmer, 

25 June, 1898, p. 9. 

434. FORBES, S. A. Lessons from the year's work with the San Jose 

scale. <Trans. 111. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898, pp. 50-61. 

435. FORBES, S. A. Recent work on the San Jose scale in Illinois. 

<Bull. No. 56, 111. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1899, pp. 241-283, 
4 pis. 
New localities, inspection, methods of treatment, and fungous infection. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 37 

436. FORBES, S. A. The workings of the San Jose scale law. 

<Trans. 111. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1899, pp. 150-1 51*. 

437. FORBUSH, E. H. Field director's report. <Rept. Mass. Bd. 

Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 365-396. 3 pis. 
Work against the gypsy moth. 

438. FORBUSH, E. H. Field director's report. <Rept. State Bd. 

Agric. (Mass.) on extermination of the gypsy moth, Jan- 
uary. 1898, pp. 21-50, 3 pis. 

439. FORBUSH, E. H. Recent work of the gypsy-moth committee. 

<Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., Nov., 

1898, pp. 78-80. 

440. FORBUSH, E. H. The gypsy moth: <29th Ann. Rept. Entom. 

Soc. Ontario, 1898 (1899), pp. 62-63. 

441. FORBUSH, E. H. The destruction of hairy caterpillars by birds. 

<Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 

1899, pp. 85-93. <Mass. Crop Rept. , September, 1899, pp. 
28-40. 

442. FORBUSH, E. H. Recent work against the gypsy moth. <Bull. 

No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent.,U. S. Dept. Agric.. November, 1899, 
pp. 104-107. 

443. FRANCIS, M. V. The screw worm. <Texas Stockman and 

Farmer, 27 October. 1897, pp. 14-15. 

444. ' ' FURNINST LOCUSTS. " Seventeen year locusts. <Ohio Farmer, 

22 July, 1897, p. 52. 
Destroying nursery stock; not eaten by the Knglish sparrow. 

445. FYLES, T. W. The importance of entomological studies to an 

agricultural and fruit-growing community. <27th Ann. 
Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 37-tl, 3 figs. 

446. FYLES, T. W. Lepi Jopterous pests of the meadow and the lawn. 

<27th Amv. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 
97-104, 5 figs. 

447. FYLES. T. W. The farmer's garden and its insect foes. <29th 

Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, 1898 (1899), pp. 40-47, 10 
figs. 
Notes on many species. 

448. GALLOWAY, B. T. Injury to violet leaves. < American Gar- 

dening, 21 August, 1897, p. 585, 1 fig. 
Work of undetermined sawfly. 

449. GARMAN, H. Notes on tobacco worms, from observations made 

in 1896. <Bull. No. 66, Ky. Agric. Exp. Sta., February, 
1897, pp. 6-32, 4 pis. <12th Bien. Rept. Bur. Agric. Ky., 
1897, pp. 228-237. 

Treats of J'liJrr/pflioiifliix Carolina and P. celeus and their parasites, Ajxnifeles 
roiii/,'i I/Hi".* ;ui<l Trichogramma pretiosa. 

404126 



38 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

450. GARMAN, H. Notes on several tobacco insects and two imperfectly 

known diseases. <Bull. No. 66, Ky. Agric. Exp. Sta., Feb- 
ruary, 1897, pp. 33-39. <12th Bien. Kept. Bur. Agric. Ky., 
1897, pp. 238-240. 

Notes on Euschistus variolarius and Heliothis rhexia. 

451. GARMAN, H. The San Jose scale in Kentucky. <Bull. No. 67, 

Ky. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1897, pp. 43-59, 3 figs. <12th 
Bien. Kept. Bur. Agric. Ky., 1897, pp. 221-227. 
Distribution of scale in the State. 

452. GARMAN, H. Insects which attack the leaves of the black locust 

trees in Kentucky. <12th Bien. Kept. Bur. Agric. Ky., 1897, 
pp. 216-220, 2 figs. 

Notes 011 Odontota dorsalis, Gratilariarobiniella, Lithocolletis ostemackenella, L. 
robiniellit, Gelechia pseudacaciella, Euduinus tityrus, Cecidotnyia Tobinias, Or- 
gyia leucostiyma, and insectivorous birds. 

453. GARMAN, H. The chinch bug. Earthworms a source of gapes 

in poultry. <Bull. No. 74, Ky. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1898, 
pp. 45-73, 10 tigs. 

455. GARMAN, H. Some pests likely to be disseminated from nurse- 

ries. <Bull. No. 80, Ky. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1899, pp. 
201-265, 9 figs. 
Treats of a number of insects. 

456. GARMAN, H. The nursery inspection law. <Bull. No. 80, Ky. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1899, pp. 266-273. 
Workings of the law in Kentucky. 

457. GARMAN, H. The elms and their diseases. <Bull. No. 84, Ky. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1899, pp. 55-75, 13 pis. 
Treats of Galerucella luteola, Canarsia ulmiarrosorella, Hylesinus opaculus, Mag- 
dalis armicollis, and Saperda tridentata. 

458. GILLETTE, C. P. Sheep scab. <Bull. No. 38, Colo. Agric. Exp. 

Sta., April, 1897, pp. 3-32, 1 fig. 

459. GILLETTE, C. P. A few insect enemies. <Bull. No. 38, Colo. 

Agric. Exp. Sta. , April, 1897, pp. 33^tO, 3 figs. 

Notes Aspidiotus pernicAosus, A. ancylus, A. howcwdi, Lecaniumpcrsicie, Bryobia 
pratensis, and Carpocapsa pomonella. 

460. GILLETTE, C. P. A new and troublesome insect. <Denver Field 

and Farm, 19 June, 1897. 
Notes on Haltica foliacea. 

461. GILLETTE, C. P. A successful lantern trap. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 75-76, 1 fig. 

462. GILLETTE, C. P. Oviposition in young forest trees by Tetra- 

opes femvratus Fab. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric., 1897, pp." 76-77. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 39 

463. GILLETTE, C. P. A few insects that have been unusually abun- 

dant in Colorado this year. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., 
U. S. Dept, Agric., 1897, pp. 77-79. 

Notes on Atiarsia linentella, Haltica punctipennis, and plant lice. 

464. GILLETTE, C. P. The codling moth results of recent investiga- 

tions. <Ann. Kept. State Bd. Hortic. Colo., 1897 (1898), 
pp. 59-62. 

465. GILLETTE, C. P. Notes on injurious insects. <10th. Ann. 

Kept. Colo. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1898, pp. 56-61. 
Notes on Anarsia lineatella, Phoxopteris comptana, Prionoxystus robiniie, Aphis 
mail, Hyalopterm pruni, Schizoneura lanigera, Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 
Mwrgantia histrionica, and Ephestia kuhniella. 

466. GILLETTE, C. P. Colorado's worst. insect pests and their reme- 

dies. <Bull. No. 47, Colo. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1898, 
pp. 64, 52 figs. 
Brief treatment of a number of insects. 

467. GILLETTE, C. P. Allorhina nitida as a fruit pest. <Entom. 

News, February, 1899, p. 43. 

468. GILLETTE, C. P. The sugar-beet caterpillar. <Special Press 

Bull. Colo. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1899. 
Account of damage by Laphygma flavimaculata. 

469. GOFF, E. S. Methods of improving the efficiency of spraying 

apparatus. <15th Ann. Kept. Wis. Agric. Exp. Sta., 1898, 
pp. 239-249. 

470. GOFF, E. S. Spraying the currant. <Country Gentleman, 15 

December, 1898. 

471. GOULD, H. P. Notes on spraying and on the San Jose scale. 

<Bull. No. 144, Cornell Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1898, 
pp. 579-592, 1 pi. 

472. GOULD, H. P. Second report on the San Jose scale, with remarks 

on the effects of kerosene on foliage. <Bull. No. 155, Cor- 
nell Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1898, pp. 161-171, 3 tigs. 

473. GREEN, S. B. Canker worms. <Farm and Fireside, 1 Sep- 

tember, 1898, 1 fig. 

474. GREEN, W. J., SELBY, A. D., and WEBSTER, F. M. Seed and 

soil treatment and spray calendar. <Bull. No. 102, Ohio 
Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1899. 

475. GREINER, T. Tobacco dust as an insecticide. < Denver Field 

and Farm, 26 June, 1897. 

476. GREINER, T. The onion maggot. <Practical Farmer, 2 Sep- 

tember, 1899, p. 134. 

477. GREINER, T. Black squash bug. <The Practical Farmer, 16 

September, 1899, p. 166. 



40 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

478. GRIFFIN, H. H. Results of experiments at the San Juan sub- 

station. <Bull. No. 21, N. Mex. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 
1897, pp. 13-16. 

Notes on Anasa trixtix. Epiln/'lnia corrupta, Dorypliora 10-lineata, and tomato 
worm. 

479. GRIMSHAW, P. H. Mosquitoes and malaria. <Sci. Amer. Supp. , 

6 May, 1899, pp. 19533-19534. 

480. GROFF, G. G. The San Jose scale in Pennsylvania. <Ann. 

Kept. Dept. Agric. Pa. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 514-531, 2 pis. 

481. HALL, F. H. A peculiar insect enemy of the apple. <Popular 

Ed. Bull. No. 122, N. Y. Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1897, pp. 5, 
8 figs. 
Treats of the pistol case-bearer, Coleophora malirorella. 

482. HALL, G. P. Spray vs. sulphur for mites. <Pacific Rural Press, 

21 January, 1899. 

483. HALLADAY, A. A. Tomato disease and enemies. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 1898, p. 622. 

484. HALLQCK, N. San Jose scale on Long Island. <Rural New 

Yorker, 8 October, 1898. 

485. HARBISON, L. J. Do the mites go to the ground and back to the 

tree ? <Pacific Rural Press, 23 September, 1899. 
About red spiders. 

486. HARNEY, G. W. Scale on Marysville orange trees. <Pacitic 

Rural Press, 23 December, 1899, p. 406. 

487. HARRINGTON, W. H. Some beetles occurring upon beech. 

<27th Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 
69-75, 7 figs. 
List of many species. 

488. HARRINGTON, W. H. Notes on the insects of the year 1897. 

<28th Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1897 (1898), pp. 
30-31, 3 figs. 
Notes on Clisiocampa americana. 

489. HARRINGTON, W. H. Notes on insects of the year. Division 

No. 1, Ottawa District. <29th Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. On- 
tario, 1898 (1899), pp. 87-89, 6 figs. 

490. HARVEY, F. L. Notes on the insects of the 3 r ear. <12th Ann. 

Rept. Maine Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1896 (1897), pp. 117-121, 
Ipl. 

Notes on Mytilaspis pomorutn, Datana minixtra, Tolype velleda, Trypeta pomo- 
nella, Ptinusfiir, Clisiocampa americana, Ejinclira canadenei*, Diastictis ribe- 
aria, Dakruma conrolniella, and Erlstali* larva. 

491. HARVEY, F. L. A new garden Smynthurid, Smyntkurus alba- 

maculata. <12th Ann. Rept. Maine Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 
1896 (1897), pp. 124-126, I pi. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY, 41 

492. HARVEY, F. L. Notes on insects of the year. <13th Ann. 

Kept. Maine Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1897 (1898), pp. 173-178, 1 pi. 

Notes on J/'j>H/?.^ra picta, Gortyna nitela, tent caterpillars, Sciara inconstans, 
Typophonu cni>i'llnx. Trypeta pomoneUa, and Dendroctonus rufipennis. 

493. HARVEY, F. L. Injurious millipedes. <14th Ann. Kept. Maine 

Agric. Exp. Sta., 1898 (1899), pp. 118-121, 1 pi. 
Notes on Polydesmus monilaris, Julus hortensis, J. virgatus, Purajulus immacu- 
latus, and Orthomorpha gracills. 

494. HARVEY, F. L. An injurious caddice fly. <14th Ann. Kept. 

Maine Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1898 (1899), pp. 122-124, 3 figs. 
Probably a LimnephiJus. 

495. HARVEY, F. L. Insects of the year. <14th Ann. Kept. Maine 

Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1898 (1899), pp. 125-130. 
Brief notes on a number of species. 

496. HARVEY, F. L., and MUNSON, W. M. Apple insects of Maine. 

<Bull. No. 56, Maine Agric. Exp. Sta.. December, 1899, pp. 
107-114, 8 pis. 
General account, with descriptions of the various stages of each species. 

497. HAYES, A. H. The brown apricot scale. <Country Gentle- 

man, 30 June, 1898, p. 514. 

498. HEDRICK, U. P. Nurseries and orchard inspection. <Rept. 

Mich. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1897 (1898), pp. 147-150. 

499. HEDRICK, U. P. Codling moth. <Bull. No. 64, Utah Agric. 

Exp. Sta. , December, 1899, pp. 31-34, 2 pis. 
A general account of Carpot-njixn /ninionella. 

500. HEDRICK, U. P. A wasp that destroys the apple worm. <Bull. 

No. 64, Utah Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1899, pp. 35-38, 

5 pis. 

Ammophila pruinosa destroying the larvae of Carpocapsa pomoneUa. 

501. HERRICK, G. W. Some insects injurious to stock and remedies 

therefor. <Bull. No. 53, Miss. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 
1899, pp. 8. 

Notes on Jf&matohiti >< ri-<tt<i. Sim/ilium pecuamm, Gasirophihts equi, Comp- 
somyia maceUaria, (Extras mis, and Hypoderma boris. 

502. HILLMAX, F. H. Some common injurious insects of western 

Nevada. <Bull. No. 36, Nev. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 
1897 (March, 1898), pp. 39. 
Treats of a number of common insects, and remedies for them. 

503. HINE, J. S. Sdiii'tt inconstant reared from carnations. 

<Entom. News, September, 1899, pp. 201-202, 6 figs. 

504. HINKLEY, M. E. Insect pests. <Trans. Iowa Hortic. Soc., 

1898, pp. 375-376. 
Notes on spraying. 

505. [HODGES, C. F.] Bats and codling moth. < Country Gentleman, 

6 January, 1898, p. 11. 



42 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

506. HOLDER, C. F. Insect migration. <Sci. Ainer., 1 April, 1899, 

p. 996, 1 fig. 
Grasshoppers in the West. 

507. HOLLAND, W. J. Concerning tick*. <Can. Entom., April, 

1898, pp. 96-97. 

508. HOPKINS, A. D. Preliminary report on the insect enemies of 

forests in the Northwest. <Bull. No. 21, n. s., Div. Ent, 
U. S. Dept. Agric., December, 1899, pp. 27. 
Notes on the habits of many forest insects. 

509. HOPKINS, A. D. The San Jose or pernicious scale. <W. Va. 

Farm Reporter, 1897, pp. 84-86. 

510. HOPKINS, A. D. Entomology and the entomologist as related to 

horticulture and the horticulturist. <W. Va. Farm Reporter, 
December, 1897, pp. 411-413. 

oil. HOPKINS, A. D. The periodical cicada in West Virginia. 
<Bull. No. 50, W. Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., January. 1898, pp. 
46, 23 figs., 1 map. 

Treats also of damage by tree crickets and woolly aphis. 

512. HOPKINS, A. D. On the history and habits of the "wood 

engraver" ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus xylographicus Say, 
(Xyleborus saxeseni Ratz.), with brief descriptions of different 
stages. <Can. Entom., February, 1898, pp. 21-29, 2 pis. 

513. HOPKINS, A. D. Insect enemies of the locust tree. <W. Va. 

Farm Review, March, 1898, pp. 88-93, 6 figs. 
Notes on Odontota dorsalis, 0. nervosa, Cyllene robinise, and Prionoxystus robinix. 

514. HOPKINS, A. D. The San Jose scale in West Virginia. <W. 

Va. Farm Review, April, 1898, pp. 124-127. 

515. HOPKINS, A. D. Some notes on observations in West Virginia. 

<Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., Novem- 
ber, 1898, pp. 44-49. 
Short notices of various species. 

516. HOPKINS, A. D. Insects detrimental and destructive to timber 

products. <Proc. 19th Ann. Meet. Spc. Prom. Agric. Sci., 
1898, pp. 103-108. 

Treats of Scolytm 4-spinosus, Dendroctonus frontalis, )[?l<nto)thil<i falmi/nttfitu, 
Agrilus Mlineatus, Lymexylon sericeum, Eupsalis mitiuta, Corthylus Columbia- 
nus, Lydus striatus, and Phymatodes variabilis. 

517. HOPKINS, A. D. Report of the entomologist. <llth Ann. 

Rept. W. Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., 1898, pp. 32-40. 
Summary of year's work. 

518. HOPKINS, A. D. Present outlook of the San Jose scale problem. 

<W. Va. Farm Reporter, April, 1899, pp. 76-79. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 43 

519. HOPKINS, A. D. Report on investigations to determine the 

cause of unhealthy conditions of the spruce and pine from 
1880 to 1893. <Bull. No! 56, W. Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 
1899, pp. 197-461, 99 figs. 
Treats of damage by many forest insects. 

520. HOPKINS, A. D. White grub. <W. Va. Farm Review, Aug- 

ust, 1899. 

521. HOWARD, L. O. The use of steam apparatus for spraying. 

<Yearbook U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 69-88, 15- 
tigs., 2 pis. 
An account of the apparatus used for this purpose. 

522. HOWARD, L. O. Some insects affecting the hop plant. <Bull. 

No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 40-51> 
4 figs. 

Treats of Hydrcecia immanis, Hypena humuli, Polygonia interrogatonis, and 
P. comma. 

523. HOWARD, L. O. A case of excessive parasitism. <Bull. No. 7, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 62-63. 
Parasites of Lecaniumjletcheri, and description of Coccophagus fletcheri n. sp. 

524. HOWARD, L. O. A leaf miner on tobacco. <Bull. No. 7, n. s. r 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, p. 76. 
Xote on Gelechia piscipellis. 

525. HOWARD, L. O. A gall-making coccid in America. <Bull. No. 

7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 76-77, 1 fig. 
Notes on Olliffiella cristate. 

526. HOWARD, L. O. Damage by the white pine butterfly. <Bull. 

No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 77-78. 
Note on an outbreak of Xeophasia menapia. 

527. HOWARD, L. O. Meal worms in soda ash. <Bull. No. 7, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, p. 81. 
Xote on Tenebrio obscurus. 

528. HOWARD, L. O. Australian and New Zealand Coccidse. <Bull. 

No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent.,U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 81-82. 
Brief notes on several species. 

529. HOWARD, L. O. Two apple insects liable to importation. 

<Bull. No. 7. n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, p. 82. 
Mention of Caccecia responsana and C. excessana. 

530. HOWARD, L. O. A new direct benefit from insects. <Bull. No. 

7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, p. 82. 
Rearing of spiders for use in wine cellars. 

531. HOWARD, L. O. Notes from correspondence. <Bull. No. 7> 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 84-87. 
Short notes on a number of insects. 



44 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

532. HOWARD, L. O. Additional observations on the parasites of 

Orgyia leucostigma. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 5-18. 

533. HOWARD, L. O. Temperature experiments as affecting received 

ideas on the hibernation of injurious insects. <Bull. No. 9, 
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 18-19. 
Experiment of cold storage company. 

534. HOWARD, L. O. A useful American scale insect. <Bull. No. 

9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 38-40. 
Notes on Cerococcus quercus. 

535. HOWARD, L. O. The Mexican cotton-boll weevil. <Cir. No. 

18, s. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1897, pp. 8, 5 
figs. Also German and Spanish editions. 
A revision of No. 14. 

536. HOWARD, L. O. A study in insect parasitism. <Bull. No. 5, 

Tech. Ser., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1897, pp. 57, 
24 figs. 
A consideration of the parasites of Orgyia, leucostigma. 

537. HOWARD, L. O. The injurious insects of 1896 and the prospects 

for 1897. <Gentleman Farmer, May, 1897, pp. 389-396, 
12 figs. 

538. HOWARD, L. O. The desirability of an inspection S3'stem against 

foreign insects. <Proc. Natl. Conv. for the repression of 
insect pests and plant diseases by legislation. U. S. Dept. 
Agric., August, 1897, pp. 11-12. 

539. HOWARD, L. O. The gipsy moth in America. <Bull. No. 11, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Depfc. Agric., December, 1897, pp. 39,8 
figs. 

A summary account of the introduction and spread of Porthetria dispar in 
Massachusetts and of the efforts made by the State to repress and exter- 
minate it. 

540. HOWARD, L. O. Mosquitoes and fleas. <Cir. No. 13, s. s. , Div. 

Ent., U.S. Dept. Agric. Revised edition, December, 1897, 
pp.4. 

541. HOWARD, L. O. Report of the entomologist for 1897. <Rept. 

Seer. Agric. f. 1897 (December, 1897), pp. 111-116. 

542. HOWARD, L. O. A new parasite of the harlequin cabbage bug. 

< Can. Entom., January, 1898, pp. 17-18. 

543. HOWARD, L. O. The Mexican cotton-boll weevil in 1897. <Cir. 

No. 27, s. s., Div. Ent,, U. S. Dept. Agric., January, 1898, 
pp. 7. 
Progress of Anthanomus grandis. 

544. HOWARD, L. O. On some parasites of Coccidse; with descrip- 

tion of two new genera of Aphelininge. <Proc. Ent. Soc. 
Wash., IV, February, 189*. pp. 133-139". 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 45 

545. HOWARD, L. O. The box-elder plant bug. <Cir. No. 28, s. s., 

Div. Ent., TJ. S. Dept. Agric., February, 1898, pp. 3, 1 fig. 

Treats of Leptocoris trivittata. 

546. HOWARD, L. O. The San Jose scale in 1896-1897. <Bull. No. 

12, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 31, 
1 map. 
A detailed account supplementary to Bulletin No. 3. 

547. HOWARD, L. O. Recent laws against injurious insects in North 

America, together with the laws relative to foul-brood. <Bull. 
No. 13, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, 
pp. 68. 
Text of the various enactments. 

548. HOWARD, L. O. The fig-eater, or green June beetle. <Bull. 

No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, 
pp. 20-26, 1 fig. 
Account of Allorhina nitida. 

549. HOWARD, L, O. Further notes on the house fly. <Bull. No. 

10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 
63-65. 
Experiments in killing the larvae. 

550. HOWARD, L. O. A peculiar damage to the apple. <Bull. No. 

10, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 
87-88, 1 fig. 
Damage by an unknown Tineid larva. 

551. HOWARD, L. O. Another lead-boring insect. <Bull. No. 10, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 88-89. 
Damage by a species of Lydus. 

552. HOWARD, L. O. Icerya purchasi in Portugal and the Azores. 

<Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 
1898, pp. 89-90. 
Occurrence of the insect in that country. 

553. HOWARD, L. O. Injury by the western flea-beetle, Phyllotreta 

pusilla Horn. <Bull. No. 10, n. s. , Div. Ent. , U. S. Dept. 
Agric., March, 1898, pp. 92-93. 
Damage to corn, cabbage, and other vegetables. 

554. HOWARD, L. O. The windrow remedy for blister beetles. 

<Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 

1898, p. 93. 

555. HOWARD, L. O. White grubs of Allorhina nitida invading a 

cellar. <Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
March, 1898, pp. 93-94. 

556. HOWARD, L. O. Reported damage by the green plant-bug, Lio- 

dermauhleri Stal. <Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric,, March, 1898, p. 94. 
Injurious to wheat, oats, and other field crops. 



46 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

557. HOWARD, L.O. Food plants of the "cotton-stainer." <Bull. 

No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept Agric., March, 1898, pp. 
95-96. 

558. HOWARD, L. O. Collecting locust eggs in Morocco. <Bull. 

No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric. , March, 1898, p. 96. 

559. HOWARD, L. O. Poisoning grasshoppers in Natal. <Bull. No. 

10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric,, March, 1898, pp. 
96-97. 
Methods used in that country. 

560. HOWARD, L. O. Collecting grasshoppers in New Hampshire. 

<Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 
1898, p. 97. 
Results of State law for ten years. 

561. HOWARD, L. O. Notes from correspondence. <Bull. No. 10, 

n. s.., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 97-99. 
Notes on many insects. 

562. HOWARD, L. O. A new egg parasite of the periodical cicada. 

<Can. Entom., April, 1899, pp. 102-103. 

563. HOWARD, L. O. Work of the Division of Entomology. <Year- 

book U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1897 (May, 1898), pp. 84-89. 

564. HOWARD, L. O. Danger of import'ing insect pests. <Year- 

book U. S. Dept. Agric. f . 1897 (May, 1898), pp. 529-552, 19 
figs. 

Treats of various foreign insects'which may be introduced into this country. 

565. HOWARD, L. O. Remedial work against the Mexican cotton-boll 

weevil. <Cir. No. 33, s. s.,Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
July, 1898, pp. 6. 
Methods of combating Anthonomus grandis. 

566. HOWARD, L. O. Two beneficial insects introduced from Europe. 

<Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept, Agric., Novem- 
ber, 1898, pp. 13-16, 2 tigs. 
Notes on Scutellista cyanea and Habrolepis dalmani. 

567. HOWARD, L. O. Notes on house flies and mosquitoes. <Bull. 

No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept Agric., November, 1898, 
pp. 55-56. 

Remedies for these pests. 

568. HOWARD, L. O. Pldvinaria acericola (W. & R.) and P. innu- 

merabilis Rathv. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. 
Agric., November, 1898, pp. 57-58, 1 fig. 
Showing them to be distinct species. 

569. HOWARD, L. O. The San Jose scale on dried fruit. <Bull. No. 

18, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept Agric., 1898, pp. 7-13. 
An account of experiments in drying infested fruit. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 47 

570. HOWARD, L. O. The work against Icerya purchasi in Portugal, 

with an account of the introduction of Nowus cardinalis. 
<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 
30-35. 

571. HOWAED. L. O. Cotton field insects. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. 

Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 85-88. 
Long list of species taken in trap lantern. 

572. HOWARD, L. O. The introduction of beneficial ladybirds from 

Australia into India. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 89-90. 
An account of the various attempts. 

573. HOWARD, L. O. The sugar-cane borers of the Mascarene Islands. 

<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, 
p. 90. 

574. HOWARD, L. O. An invasion of the larger digger wasp. <Bull. 

No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, p. 92. 
Note on Megastizus spetiosus. 

575. HOWARD, L. O. Recent injury by the sugar-cane beetle and 

related species. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1898, pp. 92-93. 
Damage by Ligyrus rugiceps and L. gibbosus. 

576. HOWARD, L. O. A new enemy to the grapevine in Mexico. 

<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, p. 93. 
Note on Heterachthes zeneolus. 

577. HOWARD, L. O. Westward spread of the common asparagus 

beetle. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
1898, pp. 93-94. 
Note on Crioceris asparagi. 

578. HOWARD, L. O. An interesting case of myiasis. <Bull. No. 

18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, p. 97. 

579. HOWARD, L. O. The European bat-bug in America. <Bull. 

No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, p. 97. 
Note on Acanthia pipistretti. 

580. HOWARD, L. O. A radical novelty in chinch bug work. <Bull. 

No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 97-98. 
Chinch bugs on lawns in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

581. HOWARD, L. O. Poisoned potato slices for Oniscus. <Bull. 

No. 18, n.*s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 98-99. 

582. HOWARD, L. O. Notes from correspondence. <Bull. No. 18, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 99-101. 
Short notes on many species. 

583. HOWARD, L. O. The economic status of insects as a class. 

<Science, 17 February, 1899, pp. 234-247. <Sci. Amer. 
Supp., March, 1899, pp. 1209-1210. 



48 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

584. HOWARD, L. O. The principal insects affecting the tobacco 

plant. <Yearbook U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1898 (May, 1899), 
pp. 120-150, 25 figs. 
Detailed account of the various species known to injure tobacco. 

585. HOWARD, L. O. The extermination of the mosquito. <Sci. 

Amer. Supp., 3 June, 1899, p. 19593. 
Regarding the so-called permanganate of potash remedy. 

586. HOWARD, L. O. Pests of the hop crop. <Hop Industry, 

Orange Judd Co., New York, 1899, pp. 113-141, 19 figs. 
Accounts of the species known to affect hops. 

587. HOWARD, L. O. Wheat-head army worm. <Southern Planter, 

August, 1899. 

588. HOWARD, L. O. A remedy for gadflies: Porchinski's recent 

discovery in Russia, with some American observations. 
<Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., Novem- 
ber, 1899, pp. 24-28. 

589. HOWARD, L. O. The present status of the caprifig experiments 

in California. <Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. 
Agric., November, 1899, pp. 28-35. 
A resume of the subject. 

590. HOWARD, L. O. Report of the entomologist for 1899. <Rept. 

Seer. Agric. 1899, pp. 43-52, December, 1899. 

591. HOWARD, L. O., and MARLATT, C. L. The original home of the 

San Jose scale. <Bull. No. 20, n. s.,Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., November, 1899, pp. 36-39. 
A consideration of the evidence as to origin of the scale. 

592. HOYT, M. A. Killing peach tree borers. <Colman's Rural 

World, 8 July, 189T, p. 211. 
Using hot water. 

593. HUBBARD, H. G. The ambrosia beetles of the United States. 

<Bull. No. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric,, 1897, pp. 
9-30, 34 figs. <Yearbook U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), 
pp. 421-430. 
The life history of certain Scolytidae. 

594. HUBBARD, H. G., and PERGANDE, THEO. A new coccid on birch. 

<Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, 
pp. 13-26, 8 figs. 
Description and life history of Xylococcus betulie. 

595. HUNTER, S. J. The more destructive grasshoppers of Kansas. 

<Bull. Dept. Entom. Univ. Kans., October, 1897, pp. 11, 
pis. 4. 
Treats of a number of species, with remedies. 

596. HUNTER, S. J. Guard against San Jose scale. <Kansas Farmer, 

9 December, 1897. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 49 

597. HUNTER, S. J. Scale insects injurious to orchards. <Bull. 

Dept. Entom. Univ. Kans., January, 1898, pp. 62, 7 figs. 
Treats of Aspidiotus perniciosus, A, forbesi, Mytilaspis pomorum, and legis- 
lation. 

598. HUNTER, S. J. The economic importance of San Jose scale. 

< Kansas Farmer, 24 February, 1898. 

599. HUNTER, S. J. Notes on injurious insects. <Trans. Kans. 

Acad. Sci., 1895-96 (April, 1898), pp. 50-53. 

Notes on Leucania unipuncta, L. albilinea, Clmocampa sylvatica, Anisop- 
teryx vernata, Oncideres dngulatus, and Elissus leucopterus. 

600. HUNTER, S. J. Parasitic influences on Melanoplus. <Kans. 

Univ. Quarterly, October, 1898, pp. 205-210. 

601. HUNTER, S. J. The nurseryman and the entomologist <Proc. 

24th Meet. Amer. Assoc. Nurserymen, 1899, pp. 28-34. 

602. HUNTER, S. J. Alfalfa, grasshoppers, bees; their relationships. 

<Bull. Dept, Entom. Univ. Kans. , June, 1899, pp. 164, pis. 
12, figs. 59. 

603. HUNTER, W. D. Report on entomology. <llth Ann. Kept. 

Nebr. Agric, Exp. Sta., January,' 1898, pp. xxvji-xxx. 

Notes on carbon bisulphide and disease of grasshoppers. 

604. HUNTER, W. D. Destructive locusts in 1897. <Bull. No. 10, 

n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 1898, pp. 40-53. 
An account of the distribution and abundance of the various species observed. 

605. HUNTER, W. D. The San Jose scale insect. <Ann. Kept. Nebr. 

State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898, pp. 122-130. 

606. HUNTER, W. D. Insecticides. <Ann. Kept. Nebr. State Bd. 

Agric. f. 1898 (1899), pp. 72-77. 

607. HUNTER. W. D. A list of insects knows to feed upon clovers 

(Trifolium, Medicago, Meliotus, Lespedeza). <Ann. Kept. 
Nebr. State Bd. Agric. f. 1898 (1899), pp. 240-285, 67 figs. 

608. HUNTER, W. D. The fall army worm or grass worm. <Univ. 

Nebr. Press Bull., Cir., Ser. No. 2, September, 1899, 4 pp., 2 
figs. 

Treats of Laphygma frugiperda. 

609. HUSMANN, G. Vine hopper remedy theories. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 24 July, 1897, p. 4. 
Value of sheep in vineyard in fall. 

610. HUSMANN, G. [On the San Jose scale.] <Colman's Rural 

World, 5 May, 1898, p. 139. 

611. HUSSEY, L. San Jose scale; successful treatment. <Ohio 

Farmer, 17 June, 1897, p. 487. 

Used a thick whitewash of quicklime. 
1450701 4 



50 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

612. HUTT, H. L. A few of the most troublesome insects of the past 

season (1898). <29th Ann. Kept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, 1898 
(1899), pp. 93-100, 5 figs. 

613. ISAAC, J. Truth about San Jose scale. <Amer. Agriculturist, 

26 February, 1898, p. 252. 

614. ISAAC, J. An effective San Jose spray. <Amer. Agriculturist, 

12.March,1898,p. 322. 
The lime, salt, and sulphur solution. 

615. JACK, J. G. An enemy of narcissus and amaryllis. <Garden 

and Forest, 21 April, 1897, pp. 154-156, 1 fig. 
Treats of Merodon equestris. 

616. JACK, J. G. A willow pest. <Garden and Forest, 6 October, 

1897, p. 394, 1 fig. 
Notes on Cryptorhyncfius lapathi. 

617. JACKSON, J. F. Dangerous insects. <Southern Planter, July, 

1897, p. 303. 

Legislation against the San Jose, greedy, West Indian, gloomy, scurvy, oys- 
ter-shell, Euonymus, plum, and peach scales in North Carolina. 

618. JACKSON, J. F. San Jose scale. <Southern Planter, November, 

1897, p. 494. 

Its occurrence in North Carolina. 

619. JACOBSEN, N. A. A natural enemy of the codlin moth. <Oreg. 

Agric. and Rural Northwest, 1 October, 1897, p. 21. 

620. JACOBSEN, N. A. Best time to apply lime, sulphur, and salt 

wash. <Oreg. Agric. and Rural Northwest, 1 September, 

1898, p. 371. 

621. JOHNSON, C. W. Some of the injurious insects of Pennsylvania. 

<Ann. Rept. Pa. Dept. Agric, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 345-364, 
Ipl. 
Treats of a number of insects. 

622. JOHNSON, W. G. Destructive insects and methods for controlling 

them. <Amer. Gardening, 1897, No. I, 2 January, p. 2; 
II, 10 January, p. 37, 1 fig.; Ill, 13 March, p. 174, 1 fig.; 
IV, 17 April, p. 275, 1 fig. ; V, 1 May, p. 317, 1 fig. ; VI, 22 
May, p. 375, 2 figs. ; VII, 26 June, p. 455, 1 fig. ; VIII, 28 
August, p. 601, 1 fig. 

623. JOHNSON, W. G. Some common injurious plant lice, with sug- 

gestions for their destruction. <Bull. No. 48, Md. Agr. 
Exp. Sta., June, 1897, pp. 89-101. 
Notes on Aphis gossypii, A. brassicx, A. persicse-niger, and Myzus cerasi. 

624. JOHNSON, W. G. Notes on some little-known insects of economic 

importance. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1897, pp. 83-85. 

Notes on Hydrceda marginidens, Pyrausta ferrugalis, Uranotes melinus, Cerotoma 
trifurcata, Crambus caliginosettus, Tribolium madens, and Aspidiotus forbesi. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 51 

625. JOHNSON, W. G. Notes from Maryland on the principal injuri- 

ous insects of the year. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 80-82. 
Brief notes on many common species. 

626. JOHNSON, W. G. The peach tree borer. <Amer. Gardening, 

1897, p. 275, 1 fig. 

627. JOHNSON, W. G. Notes on the Morelos orange fruit-worm. 

<Proc, Entom. Soc. Wash., Vol. IV, No. 2 (March, 1898), 
pp. 53-57. 

628. JOHNSON, W. G. Notes on the external characters of the San 

Jose scale, cherry scale, and Putnam's scale. <Can. Entom. , 
April, 1898, pp. 82-83. 
Remarks on Aspidiotus pernidosus, A. forbesi, and A. ancylus. 

629. JOHNSON, W. G. Some insects affecting the tomato. <The 

Ruralist, April, 1898. 
Notes on flea-beetle and tomato worm Sphinx. 

630. JOHNSON, W. G. The black peach aphis cutworms in young 

tobacco law providing for the suppression and control of 
insect pests and plant diseases in Maryland. <Bull. No. 55, 
Md. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1898, pp. 137-149, 8 figs. 

Notes on Aphis persicse-niger, Agrotis ypsilon, Peridromia saucia, and legislation. 

631. JOHNSON, W. G. Answers to queries and notes on insects inju- 

rious in mills. XXI. <Amer. Miller, 1 June, 1898. 
Notes on Tenebroides mauritanicus. 

632. JOHNSON, W. G. 'Report on the San Jose scale in Maryland, and 

remedies for its suppression and control. <Bull. No. 57, 
Md. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1898, pp. 116, 26 figs. 
A detailed account of many experiments, particularly with hydrocyanic-acid 

gas. 

633. JOHNSON, W. G. Answers to queries and notes on insects inju- 

rious in mills. XXII. <Amer. Miller, October, 1898, p. 
777, 2 figs. 
Damage by Sitotroga cerealella. 

634. JOHNSON, W. G. New enemy to celery in Maryland. <Rural 

New Yorker, 8 October, 1898, p. 686. 
Note on celery webwornu 

635. JOHNSON, W. G. Hydrocyanic acid gas as a remedy for the San 

Jose scale and other insects. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., 
U. .S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 39-43. 
Result of his experiments. 

636. JOHNSON, W. G. Notes from Maryland on the principal injurious 

insects of the year. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 92-94. 
Treats briefly of a number of species. 



52 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

637. JOHNSON, W. G. Answers to queries and notes on insects inju- 

rious in mills. XXIII. <Amer. Miller, 1 November, 1898, 
1 fig. 
Treats of the Hessian fly. 

638. JOHNSON, W. G. Preliminary notes upon an important peach 

tree pest. <Entom. News, December, 1898, p. 255. 
Note on phytoptid injury. 

639. JOHNSON, W. G. Spraying apparatus. <The Ruralist, Jan- 

uary, 1899, 4 figs. 

640. JOHNSON, W. G. Answers to queries and notes on insects inju- 

rious in mills. XXIV. <Amer. Miller, 1 June, 1899, p. 
463. 

641. JOHNSON, W. G. The Mediterranean flour moth again. <Can. 

Entom., June, 1899, p. 143. 

642. JOHNSON, W. G. Answers to queries and notes on insects inju- 

rious in mills. XXV. <Amer. Miller, September, 1899, pp. 
612-613. 

643. JOHNSON, W. G. Seven new localities for the Mediterranean 

flour moth, Ephestia kuehniella. <Entom. News, September, 
1899, p. 207. 

644. JOHNSON, W. G. The pea louse; a new and destructive species 

of the genus Nectarophora. <Sci. Amer., 18 November, 
1899, p. 325, 3 figs. 

645. JOHNSON, W. G. The Emory fumigator; a new method for 

handling hydrocyanic-acid gas in orchards. <Bull. No. 
20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, pp. 
43-45. 

646. JOHNSON, W. G. Miscellaneous entomological notes. <Bull. 

No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, 
pp. 62-68. 

647. JOHNSON, W. G. The destructive pea-louse: a new and impor- 

tant economic species of the genus Nectarophora. <Bull. 
No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, 
pp. 94-98. 
Account of Nectarophora destructor. 

648. JOHNSON, W. G. The stalk worm: a new enemy to young 

tobacco. <Bull, No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
November, 1899, pp. 99-102. 
Account of damage to tobacco by Crambus caliginosellus. 

649. JONES, L. R. Certain potato diseases and their remedies. <Bull. 

No. 72, Vt. Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1899, pp. 69. 
Notes on Doryphora decemlineata, Crepidodera cucumeris, and grasshoppers. 

650. KAINS, M. G. Carpet beetles. <Farm and Fireside, 1 August, 

1899, 1 fig. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 53 

651. REACH, S. B. Tent caterpillars in Connecticut. <Country 

Gentleman, 17 March, 1898. 

652. KEDZIE, R. C. [A new spraying mixture.] <Mich. Farmer, 

XXX, 1896, 15 August, p. 112. 
A combination of white arsenic and sal soda. 

653. KELLOGG, V. L. Carphoxera ptelearia Riley Herbarium pest. 

<Entom. News, January, 1898, pp. 15-16. 

654. KELLY, J. Insect destroyers. <Colman's Rural World, 18 

August, 1898. 

655. KELSEY, F. W. The San Jose scare. <Country Gentleman, 

16 November, 1899. 

656. KILMAN, A. H. Notes on insects of the year. Division No. 4, 

Niagara district. <20th Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, 
1898 (1899), pp. 90-91, 1 fig. 

657. KIRKLAND, A. H. The army worm (Leucania unipuncta Haw.). 

<Rept. Mass. Bd. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 264-274, 6 figs. 

658. KIRKLAND, A. H. Notes on the life history and habits of cer- 

tain predaceous Heteroptera. <Rept. Mass. Bd. Agric. 1. 
1896 (1897), pp. 399-411, 2 pis. 

Treats of Podims placidus, Dendrocoris humeralis, Euschistus politus, and Diplo- 
dus luridus. 

659. KIRKLAND, A. H. The habits, food, and economic value of the 

American toad. <Bull. No. 46, Mass. Agric. Exp. Sta., 
April, 1897, pp. 30, 25 figs., 2 pis. 

660. KIRKLAND, A. H. On the preparation and use of arsenate of 

lead. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
1897, pp. 46-48. 

661. KIRKLAND, A. H. Three shade-tree insects. <Bull. No. 2, ser. 

of 1897, Mass. Crop Rept. for June, 1897, pp. 30-37, 5 figs. 
Notes on Plagionotus specio-ms, Elaphidion villosum, and Gossyparia ulmi. 

662. KIRKLAND, A. H. The work against the gypsy moth, 1897. 

<28th Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1897 (1898), pp. 
34-36. 

663. KIRKLAND, A. H. Danger from the use of arsenate of lead. 

<Rept. State Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on extermination of the 
gypsy moth, January, 1898, pp. 90-93. 

664. KIRKLAND, A. H. The San Jose scale in Massachusetts. <Bull. 

No. 2, ser. of 1898, Mass. Crop Rept. for June, 1898, pp. 
24-38, 3 figs. <Rept. State Bd. Agric. Mass. f. 1898, pp. 

295-315. 

665. KIRKLAND, A. H. Chryptorhynchua lapathi in Massachusetts. 

<Psyche, June, 1899, pp. 371-372. 



54 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

667. KIRKLAND, A. H. The elm-leaf beetle in Massachusetts. <Mass. 

Crop Kept, for July, 1899, pp. 31-40, 4 figs. 

668. KIRKLAND, A. H. A probable remedy for the cranberry fire- 

worm. <Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept Agric., 
November, 1899, pp. 53-55. 
Use of arsenate of lead against Rhopobota vactiniana. 

669. KIRKLAND, A. H. An improvement in the manufacture of 

arsenate of lead. <Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. 
Dept. Agric., November, 1899, pp. 102-103. 

670. KIRKLAND, A. H., and BURGESS, A. F. Experiments with 

insecticides. <Rept. State Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on extermina- 
tion of the gypsy moth, January, 1898, pp. 70-89. 
Experiments with Paris green, Scheele's green, lead arsenate, barium arse- 
nate, lead phenolate, and diplumbic arsenate. 

671. KIRKLAND, A. H., and SMITH, F. J. Digestion in the larvae of 

the gypsy moth. <Rept. State Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on exter- 
mination of the gypsy moth, January, 1898, pp. 94-101. 
KIRKLAND, A. H. See FERNALD, C. H., and KIRKLAND, A. H. 

672. KLEBERG, R. J. Dipping cattle to eradicate Texas fever. <Texas 

Stockman and Farmer, 24 November, 1897, p. 10. 

673. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. < Rural Calif., 

January, 1897, pp. 15-16. 
Enemies of mealy bugs; insect notes. 

674. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif., 

February, 1897, p. 63. 
Insects affecting domestic animals; orange fruit worm; insect notes. 

675. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

March, 1897, p. 117. 
Legislation; three good washes; spray pumps. 

676. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif., 

April, 1897, p. 158. 
Orange fruit worm; quarantine. 

677. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

May, 1897, p. 197. 
A night marauder (Limax) in gardens; army worm. 

678. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

June-July, 1897,' p. 262. 
Destroying garden pests; moths. 

679. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

August, 1897, p. 306. 
The economic toad; insect police; gipsy moth. 

680. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

September, 1897, p. 344. 
Mexican and Japanese insects; insect notes. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 55 

681. [KEUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomolog3 T . <Rural Calif., 

October, 1897, p. 380. 
Nature's remedy in Florida and Jamaica; orange fruit worm. 

682. [KKUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif., 

November, 1897, p. 420. 
Bisulphide of carbon. 

683. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif., 

December, 1897, p. 460. 
Notes on borers and bisulphide of carbon. 

684. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

January, 1898, p. 16. 
Notes on codling moth. 

685. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

March, 1898, p. 72. 
Notes on San Jose scale and peach borer. 

686. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. < Rural Calif ., 

April, 1898, p. 113. 
Spraying against San Jose scale. 

687. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif ., 

May, 1898, p. 150. 
Treats of the codling moth. 

688. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif., 

June, 1898, pp. 188-189. 
Notes on cutworms, peach-tree borer, and Smynthurus sp. 

689. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Spraying. <Rural Calif., August, 

1898, p. 277. 

690. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Entomology. <Rural Calif., February, 

1899, p. 71. 
Notes on grasshoppers. 

691. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Kedzie's spraying mixture. <RuraI 

Calif., October, 1899. 

692. [KRUCKEBERG, H. W.] Economic entomology. <Rural Calif., 

November, 1898, p. 397. 
Notes on insects on onions. 

693. LA MOTTE, A. V. Codlin moth tar trays. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 27 August, 1898, p. 1. 

694. LAUGHLIN, W. R. The striped bug. <Colman's Rural World, 

24 June, 1897, p. 195. 
Notes on Diabrotica vittata. 

695. LAUGHTER, W. R. The boll weevil. <Texas Stockman and 

Farmer, 28 September, 1898, p. 1. 

696. LAURENT, P. Osage orange injured by wood borers. <Entom. 

News, February, 1898, pp. 33-34. 
Notes on Dorcascliema wildii and D. alternatum. 



56 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

697. LELONG, B. M. Insect pests and tree diseases liable to be intro- 

duced into the State and especially to be guarded against. 
<5th Bien. Kept. Calif. State Bd. Hortic., 1895-96 (1897), 
pp. 23-27, 2 pis. 
Descriptive list of several common Eastern insect pests. 

698. LELONG, B. M. Treatment for codlin moth. <Pacific Rural 

Press, 1 May, 1897, p. 279. 

699. LELONG, B. M. Apple stocks resistant to pests. <Paciiic Rural 

Press, 17 December, 1898. 

700. LEWIS, L. L. Texas fever. <Bull. No. 27, Okla. Agric. Exp. 

Sta., June, 1897, pp. 8-15. 

701. LEWIS, L. L. Texas fever. <Bull. No. 39, Okla. Agric. Exp. 

Sta., May, 1899, p. 28. 
An account of experiments. 

702. LINN, F. D. Strawberry leaf -roller. <Prairie Farmer, 6 March, 

1897, p. 9, 1 fig. 

703. LINTNER, J. A. Elm-leaf beetle. <Country Gentleman, 7 Jan- 

uary, 1897, p. 7. 

704. LINTNER, J. A. Two insects. <Country Gentleman, 11 Feb- 

ruary, 1897, p. 106. 
Notes on Hypodenma lineata. 

705. LINTNER, J. A. Potato bugs. <Country Gentleman, 18 Febru- 

ary, 1897, p. 126. 

706. LINTNER, J. A. Carbon bisulfid for pea weevil. <Farmers' 

Advocate, 15 March, 1897, p. 130. 

707. LINTNER, J. A. Probably the cheese-mite. <Country Gentle- 

man, 18 March, 1897, p. 217. 
Tyrogiyphus siro on hams. 

708. LINTNER, J. A. Canker worms. <Countiy Gentleman, 1 April, 

1897, p. 248. 

709. LINTNER, J. A. Apple-tree borers. <Country Gentleman, 22 

April, 1897, p. 307. 
Notes on Saperda Candida and Chrysobothris femorata. 

710. LINTNER, J. A. Grasshopper. <Country Gentleman, 29 April, 

1897, p. 326. 
Eggs of Microcentrum retinervis. 

711. LINTNER, J. A. Cow-horn fly. <Country Gentleman, 6 May, 

1897, p. 350. 

712. LINTNER, J. A. Elm and apple-tree pests. <Country Gentle- 

man, 20 May, 1897, p. 390. 
Elm-leaf beetle and apple-tree borer. 

713. LINTNER, J. A. Tent caterpillars. <Country Gentleman, 20 

May, 1897, p. 390. 
Note on Clisiocampa americana. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 57 

714. LINTNER, J. A. May beetle. <Country Gentleman, 20 May, 

189T, p. 390. 

715. LINTNER, J. A. Strawberries and Indian corn. <Country Gen- 

tleman, 20 May, 1897, p. 394. 
Cutworms and Heliothis armiger. 

716. LINTNER, J. A. Elm-tree beetle. <Country Gentleman, 27 

May, 1897, p. 406. 

717. LINTNER, J. A. Grasshoppers. <Country Gentleman, 10 

June, 1897, p. 446. 

718. LINTNER, J. A. Apple woolly louse. <Country Gentleman, 

10 June, 1897, p. 454. 

719. LINTNER, J. A. Arsenic and animals. <Country Gentleman, 

10 June, 1897, p. 454. 

720. LINTNER, J. A. Apple-tree aphis. <Country Gentleman, 17 

June, 1897, p. 470. 
Note on Aphis mali. 

721. LINTNER, J. A. Carpet beetles. <Country Gentleman, 17 

June, 1897, p. 470. 

Note on Anlhrenus scrophulariie. 

722. LINTNER, J. A. Grain weevil. <Country Gentleman, 24 

June, 1897, p. 486. 

723. LINTNER, J. A. Wire-worms. <Country Gentleman, 24 June, 

1897, p. 486. 

724. LINTNER, J. A. Long-sting. <Countiy Gentleman, 1 July, 

1897, p. 506. 
Note on Thalessa atrata. 

725. LINTNER, J. A. Army-worm. <Country Gentleman, 1 July, 

1897, p. 506. 

726. LINTNER, J. A. Honeydew. <Country Gentleman, 8 July, 

1897, p. 526. 

727. LINTNER, J. A. Cherry-tree Myzus. <Country Gentleman, 8 

July, 1897, p. 526. 

728. LINTNER, J. A. Scurvy bark louse. <Country Gentleman, 8 

July, 1897, p. 526. 

729. LINTNER, J. A. Plant lice. < Country Gentleman, 8 July, 1897, 

p. 526. 

730. LINTNER, J. A. The San Jose scale. <Country Gentleman, 8 

July, 1897, p. 533. 

731. LINTNER, J. A. Not the gypsy moth. <Country Gentleman, 

15 July, 1897, p. 558. 

732. LINTNER, J. A. Chinchbug. <Country Gentleman, 15 July, 

1897, p. 558. 



58 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

733. LINTNER, J. A. Subterranean grubs. <Country Gentleman, 

26 August, 1897, p. 666. 
Damage by white grubs. 

734. LINTNER, J. A. San Jose scale. <Country Gentleman, 26 

August, 1897, p. 667. 

735. LINTNER, J. A. Tussock moth. <Country Gentleman, 2 Sep- 

tember, 1897, p. 686. 
Note on Halisidota caryse. 

736. LINTNER, J. A. Insects and fruit. <Country Gentleman. 2- 

September, 1897, p. 686. 

737. LINTNER, J. A. Urocerus albicornis. <Country Gentleman, 9 

September, 1897, p. 707. 

738. LINTNER, J. A. Plague of flies. <Country Gentleman, 14 Octo- 

ber, 1897, p. 806. 

739. LINTNER, J. A. Pine borer. <Country Gentleman, 4 Novem- 

ber, 1897, p. 867; 11 November, 1897, p. 887. 
Note on Harmonia pini. 

740. LINTNER, J. A. Fall canker-worm and its eggs. <Country 

Gentleman, 16 December, 1897, p. 986. 
Note on Anisopteryx pometaria. 

741. LINTNER, J. A. Twelfth report on the injurious and other 

insects of the State of New York, for the year 1896. <50th 
Ann. Kept. N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist. (May, 1898). pp. 
163-399, 15 pis., 10 figs. 

Treats of Formica exsectoides, F. subsericea, Ecpantheria scribonia, Leucania 
unipuncta, Sleganoptycha daypoleana, Oxyptilus periscelidactylus, Sciara spp., 
Piophila casei, Lebia grandis, Plagionotus spedosus, Saperda tridentata, Cri- 
oceris 12-punctata, Galerucella luteola, Odontota dorsalis, Balaninus proboscoi- 
deufs, B. rectus, Cicada septendecim, Pemphigus rhois, Gossyparia ulmi, \in- 
ronia pardalis, Leptodesmus falcatus; notes on Tenthredo rufopectus, Dutana 
integerrima, Leucania albilinea, Eufitchia ribearia, Anisopteryx rernata, Cacce- 
cia rosaceana, Euphoria inda, Elaphidion villosum, Crioceris asparagi, Macro- 
basis unicotor, Blissus leucopterus, Aspidiotus perniciosus, Kermes galliformis, 
Phytoptus pruni, mosquitoes, and a Cecidomyid in chokecherries. 

742. LINTNER, J. A. Thirteenth report on the injurious and other 

insects of the State of New York, 1897. <51st Ann. Kept. 
N. Y. State Mus, Nat. Hist., 1898, pp. 331-390, 3 figs., 2 pis. 
Treats of Tenthredo rufopectus, Urocerus albicornis, U. cressoni, Eacles impe- 
rialis, and Lygus pratensis; notes on Pyralis costalis, Cecidomyia legumini- 
cola, Anthrenus scrophularise, Elaphidion villosum, Cyllene pictus, Galerucella 
luteola, Blissus leucopterus, Pemphigus populi-transversus, Chaitophorus sp., 
Callipterus ulmifolii, Drepanosiphum acerifolii, Aphis mali, Myzus cerasi, 
Myzus ribis, Rhopalosiphum sp. , and Thrips tabaci. 

743. LLOYD, J. W. Fighting the San Jose scale. <Farm, Field 

and Fireside, 9 April, 1898, p. 456. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 59 

744 LOCHHEAD, "W. A few of the most noxious insects. <Rept. 

Ont. Agric. Coll. and Exp. Farm, 1898, pp. 11-13, 4 figs. 
Notes on Aphis brassies;, Clisiocampa disstria, Nematus mchsonii, and Leca- 
nium sp. 

745. LOCHHKAD, W. The San Jose scale problem. <Farming, 13 

June, 1899, 1 fig. 

746. LODEMAN, E. G., and GOULD, H. P. Spray calendar. <Bull. 

No. 114, Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., February, 1896; 
second edition, April, 1898. 
Remedies and time of application. 

747. LOWE, V. H. Two important insect pests. <Trans. N. Y. 

State Agric. Soc. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 338-361, 3 pis. 
Treats of cankerworms and pistol-case bearer. 

748. LOWE, V. H. Three important insects injurious to nursery stock. 

<Proc. 42d Ann. Meet. West. N. Y. Hortic. Soc. <Trans. 
N. Y. State Agric. Soc, f. 1896 (1897), pp. 644-658. 
Treats of peach-tree borer, woolly aphis, and San Jose scale. 

749. LOWE, V. H. Report of the entomologists. Part I. <15th 

Ann. Kept. N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1896 (1897), pp. 
523-607, 15 pis. 

Treats of grasshoppers, Diabrolica viitata, Orioceris asparagi, C. 1%-punctatus, 
Myzus ribis, Tetranychus telarius, Blissus leucopterus, Aspidiotus ancylus, 
Mytilaspis pomorum, cankerworms, experiments with green arsenite 
(Scheele's green), experiments with dendrolene, Lina scripta, Coleophora 
malivorella, nursery-stock inspection, Sanmina exitiosa, Schizoneura lanigera, 
and Leucania unipuncta. 

750. LOWE, V. H. The pistol-case bearer. <Bull. No. 122, N. Y. 

State Agric. Exp. Sta,, April, 1897. 13 pp., 3 pis. 

Treats of Coleophora malivorella. 

751. LOWE, V. H. The pistol-case bearer. <Garden and Forest, 9 

June, 1897, pp. 224-225, 2 figs. 
Account of Coleophora malivorella. 

752. LOWE, V. H. Inspection of nurseries and treatment of infected 

nursery stock. <Bull. No. 136, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. 
Sta., December, 1897, pp. 30, 6 pis. 
Notes on the various insects found and remedies for them. 

753. LOWE, V. H. Plant-lice descriptions, enemies, and treatment. 

<Bull. No. 139, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 
1897, pp. 646-664, 4 pis. 

Treats of plant lice in general and of Hyalopterus pruni and Myzus ribis in 
particular. 

754. LOWE, V. H. The tent caterpillar destructive. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 14 May, 1898, p. 618. 

755. LOWE, V. H. The raspberry sawfly. <Bull. No. 150, N. Y. 

State Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1898, pp. 251-262, 6 pis. 
Treats of Monophadnus (Monophadnoides) rubi. 



60 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

756. LOWE, V. H. Preliminary notes on the grape-vine flea-beetle. 

<Bull. No. 150, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 
1898, pp. 263-265, 1 pi. 
Habits of and remedies for Haltica chalybea. 

757. LOWE, V. H. Two destructive orchard insects. <Bull. No. 

152, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1898, pp. 
279-301. 

Treats of Clisiocampa americana, C. disstria, Hyphantria cunea, and Anisop- 
teryx vernata. 

758. LOWE, V. H. A Trypeta attacking sour cherries. <Country 

Gentleman, 31 August, 1899, p. 693. 
Notes on Trypeta cingulata. 

759. LOWE, V. H. The forest tent caterpillar. <Bull. No. 159, N. Y. 

State Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1899, pp. 35-60, 6 pis. 
Full account of Clisiocampa disstria. 

760. LUGGER, O. The Orthoptera of Minnesota. <Bull. No. 55, 

Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1897, pp. 295, 187 figs. 
An account of all the species known in the State, and remedies for grass- 
hoppers in general. 

761. LUGGER, O. Butterflies and moths injurious to our fruit-pro- 

ducing plants. <Bull. No. 61, Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta., 
March, 1899, pp. 55-333, 24 pis., 237 figs. 
Brief accounts of a large number of species. 

762. [LUGGER, O.] White mountain locust here. <Farm, Stock and 

Home, 15 July, 1899, 3 figs. 
Melanoplus atlanis in Minnesota. 

763. LUGGER, O. The Hessian fly. <Bull. No. 64, Minn. Agric. 

Exp. Sta. , October, 1899, pp. 551-557, 5 figs. 
A general article on the insect. 

764. LUGGER, O. Migratory locusts or grasshoppers. <Bull. No. 

64, Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta. , October, 1899, pp. 558-569, 7 
figs., 2 pis. 

Notes on Melanoplus spretus, M. femur-rubrum, M. atlanis, M. biviltatus, and 
Camnula pelludda. 

765. LUGGER, O. Beetles injurious to fruit-producing plants. <Bull. 

No. 66, Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1899, pp, 85-331, 
164 figs. 
Brief accounts of many species. 

766. MACLELLAN, A. Protecting the elm. <Amer. Gardening, 27 

August, 1898. 
Protests against the use of bands to keep off the elm-leaf beetle. 

767. MALLY, C. W. Studies of the San Jose scale outbreak in Ohio. 

<Ohio State Hortic. Soc., 1897, pp. 58-61, 1 fig. 
MALLY, C. W. See WEBSTER, F. M., and MALLY, C. W. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 61 

768. MALLY, F. W. The boll weevil pest how it may be dealt with 

and eradicated. <Cotton Ginners' Journal, May, 1899, p. 9. 
Eemedies for Anthonomus grandis. 

769. MALLY, F. W. Fighting the boll weevil. <Texas Farm and 

Ranch, June, 1899, pp. 3-4. 
Means against Anthonomus grandis. 

770. MALLY, F. W. The boll weevil. <Texas Stockman and Farmer, 

7 June, 1899. 

771. MALLY, F. W. Appeal to Texas cotton farmers. <Texas 

Stockman and Farmer, 14 June, 1899. 
Collection of weevil-infested squares. 

772. MALLY, F. W. Boll weevil and boll worm. <Texas Stockman 

and Farmer, 5 July, 1899. 

773. MALLY, F. W. Protecting farm crops from insect attacks. 

<Texas Stockman and Farmer, 30 August, 1899. 

774. MALLY, F. W. Insect pests. <Texas Stockman and Farmer, 

16 August, 1899, p. 14. 

775. MARLATT, C. L. Insect control in California. <Yearbook U. S. 

Dept. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 217-236, 3 tigs. 

776. MARLATT, C. L. The clover mite. <Cir. No. 19, s. s., Div. 

Ent.,U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1897, pp. 4, 1 fig. 

Account of Bryobici pratensis. 

777. MARLATT, C. L. The woolly aphis of the apple. <Cir. No. 20, 

s. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., April, 1897, pp. 6, 2 figs. 
Full account of Schizoneura lanigera. 

778. MARLATT, C. L. The buffalo tree-hopper. <Cir. No. 23, s. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., June, 1897, pp. 4, 2 figs. 
Account of Ceresa bubalus. 

779. MARLATT, C. L. The ox warble. <Cir. No. 25, s. s., Div. Ent., 

U. S. Dept. Agric., August, 1897, pp. 10, 10 figs. 

Account of Hypodermct, lineata. 

780. MARLATT, C. L. The pear slug. <Cir. No. 26, s. s., Div. Ent, 

U. S. Dept. Agric., September, 1897, pp. 7, 5 figs. 

Treats of Eriocampoides limacina. 

781. MARLATT, C. L. Notes on insecticides. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric,, 1897, pp. 54-63. 
Experiments on the value of a number of insecticides. 

782. MARLATT, C. L. The peach twig-borer {Anarsia lineatella ZelL). 

<Bull. No. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., March, 

1898, pp. 7-20, 5 figs. 
A detailed account of the insect. 



62 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

783. MARLATT, C. L. The periodical cicada. <Bull. No. 14, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., June, 1898, pp. 148, figs. 57, 
2 pis. 

An account of Cicada septendecim, its natural enemies, and the means of pre- 
venting its injury, together with a summary of the distribution of the 
different broods. 

784. MARLATT, C. L. The true clothes moths. <Cir. No. 36, s. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., August, 1898, pp; 8, 3 figs. 
A full account of three species. 

785. MARLATT, C. L. Notes on insecticides. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 94-98. 
Report on experiments with several insecticides. 

786. MARLATT, C. L. A new nomenclature of the broods of the 

periodical cicada. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. 
Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 52-58. 

787. MARLATT, C. L. A consideration of the validity of the old 

records bearing on the distribution of the broods of the peri- 
odical cicada, with particular reference to the occurrence of 
broods VI and XXIII in 1898. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., Div. 
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 59-78. 

787a. MARLATT, C. L. An investigation of applied entomology in 
the Old World. <Proc. Entom. Soc. Wash., Vol. IV (May, 
1899), pp. 265-291. 

788. MARLATT, C. L. A dangerous European scale insect not hitherto 

reported, but already well established in this country. 
<Science, 7 July, 1899, pp. 18-20. 
Account of Aspidiotus ostreteformis. 

789. MARLATT, C. L. The laisser-faire philosophy applied to the 

insect problem. <Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., November, 1899, pp. 5-19. <Reviews: Country Gen- 
tleman, 14 September, 1899, p. 728; Science, 8 September, 
1899, p. 333; National Nurseryman, October, 1899; Entom. 
News, February, 1900, p. 370; Orange Judd Farmer, 6 Jan- 
uary, 1900. 

790. MARLATT, C. L. Temperature control of scale insects. <Bull. 

No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, 
pp. 73-76. 

791. MARLATT, C. L. An account of Aspidiotus ostreceformis. <Bull. 

No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, 
pp. 76-82, 4 figs. 
Life history of the scale. 
MARLATT, C. L. See HOWARD, L. O., and MARLATT, C. L. 

792. MARTIN, G. A. Animal parasites of poultry. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 23 January, 1897, 4 figs. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 63 

793. MASSEY, W. F. Peach borers. <Southern Planter, March, 

1897, p. 108. 

794. MASSEY, W. F. Cutworms, dogs, etc. <Southern Planter, 

June, 1897, p. 252. 

795. MASSEY, W. F. San Jose scale. <Southern Planter, December, 

1897, p. 549. 
A new locality in North Carolina, and feeding on lilac. 

796. MASSEY, W. F. The apple in North Carolina. <Bull. No. 149, 

N. Car. Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1898, pp. 321-325. 
Treats briefly of the common apple insects. 

79T. MASSEY, W. F. Chinch bug. <Practical Farmer, 9 September, 
1899. 

798. MAY, J. N. Killing aphis by vaporizing tobacco. <Amer. 

Florist, 1898, p. 1318. 

799. MAYXARD, S. T. Spraying for the destruction of insects and 

fungous growths. <Bull. No. 52, Mass. Agric. Exp. Sta., 
March, 1898, pp. 15-17. 

800. MAYNARD, S. T. Spraying for the destruction of insects and 

fungous pests. <Bull. No. 60, Mass. Agric. Exp. Sta., 
April, 1899, pp. 11. 
Preparation and use of insecticides, and a spraying calendar. 

801. MAYNARD, S. T. Spraying crops for profit. <Mass. Crop. 

Kept, for May, 1899, pp. 25-32. 

802. MAYNARD, S. T. Insects and fungi attaching ornamental trees and 

shrubs. <Landscape Gardening, 1899, pp. 261-288, 13 figs. 
Brief nofes on many species. 

803. MAYO, N. S. Texas fever. <Bull. No. 69, Kans. Agric. Exp. 

Sta.,- June, 1897, pp. 124-134. 

804. MAYO, N. S. Texas fever. <llth Bien. Kept. Kans. State Bd. 

Agric., 1897-98 (1898), pp. 70-71. 

805. MCCARTHY, G. The San Jose scale in North Carolina. <Bull. 

No. 138, N. Car. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1897, pp. 45-55, 
Ifig. 

806. MCCARTHY, G. A new tobacco pest. <Bull. No. 141, N. Car. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1897, pp. 133-135, 1 fig. 
Treats of Gelechia pisdpelis Zell, whose larva mines the leaves of tobacco. 

807. McCcLLOCH, C. The prevention of Texas cattle fever and the 

amended laws controlling contagious and infectious diseases. 
<Bull. No. 104, Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1899, pp. 
167-180. 

808. MEAD, C. E. Collops bipunctatus as an enemy of the Colorado 

potato beetle. <Amer. Nat., December, 1899, pp. 927-929. 



64 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

809. MEEHAN, J. Insecticides for vegetables. <Prairie Farmer, 3 

April, 1897, p. 9. 

810. MEEHAN, J. The San Jose scale. <Gardening, 15 December, 

1897. 

811. MEEHAN, J. Bees injuring grapes. <Country Gentleman, 31 

March, 1898. 
Notice of considerable damage by bees to grapes. 

812. MEEHAN, T. Insects in the garden. <Garden and Forest, 29 

September, 1897, p. 387. 

813. MILLER, H. W. San Jose scale The necessity of immediate 

legislation. <W. Va. Farm Review, July, 1898, p. 206. 

814. M'INTOSH, D. Origin and cure of lice. <Amer. Agriculturist, 

12 February, 1898, p. 181. 
Lice on cattle and horses. 

815. MISERVE, A. R. Lady birds. <Rural Californian, May, 1899. 

Little faith in their value. 

816. MOFFAT, J. A. Notes on the season of 1898. <29th Ann. Rept. 

Entom. Soc. Ontario, 1898 (1899), pp. 100-103, 1 fig. 

817. MOFFITT, D. The chinch bug. <Indiana Farmer, 29 July, 

1899. 

818. MOKREZHETSKI, S. Some observations on the cycle of the sexual 

development of the "blood louse" (Schizoneura lanigerd). 
<Bull No. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric,, 1898, pp. 
78-81. 

819. MORGAN, H. A. Report of the entomologist. <Bull. No. 48, 

La. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1897, pp. 128-159, 17 figs. 
Treats of legislation, cotton mite, Artace punctistriga as a peach insect, 
Ptychodes trivittatus in fig, Murgantia histrionica, Caliroa obtsoletum on peach, 
and plum, Datana integerrima injuring pecans, Leptoglossus phyllopus, 
maggot in man (Hermetia illucens), Delphax maidis, insecticides, and bred 
parasites. 

820. MORGAN, H. A. Ticks and Texas fever. <Bull. No. 56, La. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1899, pp. 128-141, 9 pis. 
Notes on. Boophilus and other ticks. 

821. MUNSON, W. M. The forest tent caterpillar. <Rural New 

Yorker, 1899, p. 421. 

Recommends lead and- sulphur, equal parts, put on paper around trunk of 
tree to prevent caterpillars ascending. 

822. MURTFELDT, M. E. The apple tree aphis. <St. Louis Journ. 

Agric., 22 April, 1897. 
Note on Aphis mail. 

823. MURTFELDT, M. E. Trapping climbing cutworms. <Colman's 

Rural World, 13 May, 1897. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 65 

824. MURTFELDT, M. E. The American toad. <Colman's Rural 

World, 16 December, 1897. 

825. MURTFELDT, M. E. Some insects of the flower garden. <Ann. 

Kept. Mo. State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898 (1898), pp. 286-294. 
Notes on various species. 

826. MURTFELDT, M. E. An experiment with mosquitoes. <Jour- 

nal National Science Club, July, 1899, pp. 14-17. 

827. MURTFELDT, M. E. Some entomological specimens. <Col- 

man's Rural World, 3 August, 1899. 

Notes on Stagmomantis Carolina, Protoparce Carolina, Platysamia cecropia, and 
Telea potyphemus. 

828. MURTFELDT, M. E. Entomological inquiries. <Colman's Rural 

World, 10 August, 1899. 
Notes on Carneades messoria and white grub in strawberry beds. 

829. MURTFELDT, M. E. Katydid's eggs. <Colman's Rural World, 

16 November, 1899, p. 3. 

830. NEWELL, W. Bird friends. <Trans. Iowa State Hortic. Soc. f . 

1898 (1898), pp. 67-69. 

831. NEWELL, W. Some injurious scale insects. <Bull. No. 43, 

Iowa Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1899, pp. 145-176, 19 figs. 

Treats of a number of species. 

832. NICOL, J. A troublesome insect. <Amer. Florist, 29 May, 1897. 

Note on white fly. 

833. NILES, E. P. The cattle tick in Virginia. <Bull. No. 76, Va. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1898, pp. 45-50. <Southern Planter, 
July, 1898, pp. 326-327. 

Notes also on Ixodes ricinus and Ambtyomma unipunctata. 

834. NILES, E. P. A preliminary study of ticks. <Bull. No. 86, 

Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1899, pp. 25-30, 4 pis. 

Treats of several species. 

835. OGILVIE, J. W. W^eevils in grain. <Home and Farm, 15 June, 

1899. 

836. ORR, J. E. The San Jose scale. <Rural Canadian, February, 

1898, pp. 39-40. 

837. OSBORN, H. Some insects affecting shade trees. <Trans. Iowa 

State Hortic. Soc. f . 1896 (1897), pp. 291-293. 
Notes on Anisota rubicunda, Datana angusii, Hyphantria cunea, and Scolytus 
4-spinosus, 

838. OSBORN, H. The San Jose scale. <Bull. No, 36, Iowa Agric. 

Exp. Sta., 1897, pp. 860-864, 3 figs. 
Not yet in Iowa. 
1450701 5 



66 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

839. OSBORN, H. The Hessian fly in the United States. <Bull No. 

16, n. s., Div. Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 58, 8 figs., 
3 pis. 

A full consideratioii of the species. 

840. OSBORN, H. The duty of economic entomology. <Bull. No. 

17, n. s., Diy. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 
6-12. 

841. OSBORN, H. Some problems connected with the attacks of Jas- 

sidse on grasses. <Proc. 19th Ann. Meet. Soc. Prom. Agric. 
Sci., 1898, pp. 101-102. 

842. OSBORN, H., and BALL, E. D. Studies on the life-histories of 

grass feeding Jassidae. <Bull. No. 34, Iowa Agric. Exp. 
Sta., 1897, pp. 612-640, 7 pis. 
Life habits of many species, with remedies for leaf hoppers in general. 

843. P , C. A. Fencing out cutworms. <Country Gentleman, 

8 June, 1899. 

844. P , G. C. A new pest in Nebraska, the alfalfa or "Fall 

army " worm. <Country Gentleman, 19 October, 1899, p. 833. 

845. PAGE, F. H. Test and treatment for San Jose scale. <Rural 

New Yorker, 26 March, 1898, p. 218. 

846. PANTON, J. H. Two insect pests of 1896. <27th Ann. Kept. 

Entom. Soc. Ontario, f. 1896 (1897), pp.'44-54, 8 figs., 1 map. 
Treats of Leucania unipuncta and Orgyia leucostigma. 

847. PANTON, J. H. Instructions in spraying. <Bull. Out. Agric. 

Coll. and Exptl. Farm, 1897, pp. 15, 14 figs. 
Directions for the preparation and use of insecticides. 

848. PANTON, J. H. San Jose scale. <Bull. No. 106, Ont. Agric. 

Coll. and Exptl. Farm, June, 1897, pp. 7, 3 figs. 

849. PANTON, J. H. A new enemy to fruit growing. <Rural Cana- 

dian, August, 1897, pp. 178-179, 3 figs. 
Notes on San Jose scale. 

850. PARROTT, P. J. The elm-twig girdler. <The Industrialist. 

April, 1898, pp. 267-270, 4 figs. 
Treats of Ondderes dngulatus. 

851. PARROTT, P. J. Some scales of the orchard. <Trans. Kans. 

State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898 (1899), pp. 106-109, 2 figs. 
Notes on various species. 

852. PARROTT, P. J. Canker-worm traps. <Kansas Farmer, 20 April, 

1899, p. 274. 

853. PARROTT, P. J. The strawberry leaf -roller. <Colman's Rural 

World, 4 May, 1899. 

854. PARROTT, P. J. Codling moth. <Kausas Farmer, 4 May, 1899, 

p. 306. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 67 

855. PARROTT, P. J. The effects of insecticides upon the germination 

of seed. <Kansas Farmer, 11 May, 1899. 

856. PARROTT, P. J. A bill-bug on corn. <Kansas Fanner, 11 May 

1899, p. 314, 1 fig. 

Notes on Sphenophorus pertinax. 

857. PARROTT, P. J. The corn wireworm. <Kansas Farmer, 15 

June, 1899, p. 398. 
Note on Melanotus cribulosus. 

858. PARROTT, P. J. To rid the house of flies. <Kansas Farmer, 

29 June, 1899. 

859. PARROTT, P. J. The chicken mite. < Field, Farm and Fire- 

side, 8 July, 1899. <New England Farmer, 20 May, 1899. 

860. PARROTT, P. J. Horn fly remedy. <Kansas Farmer, 13 July, 

1899, p. 471. 
PARROTT, P. J. See FAVILLE, E. E. , and PARROTT, P. J. 

861. PEASE, S. A. Fighting scale insects. <,Rural Calif., January, 

1898, pp. 22-23. 

862. PERGANDE, THEO. The plum plant-louse. <Bull. No. 7, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897, pp. 52-59. 
Description, food plants, and life history of Myzus mahaleb. 

863. PERGANDE, THEO. The peach Lecanium. <Bull. No. 18, n. s., 

Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 26-29, 2 figs. 
Description and habits of Lecanium nigrofasdatum. 

PERGAXDE, THEO. See HUBBARD, H. G. , and PERGANDE, THEO. 

864. PERKINS, G. H. Report of the entomologist. <10th Ann. Kept. - 

Vt. Agric. Exp. Sta., 1896-97 (1897), pp. 75-86, 4 figs. 
Treats of Tetranychus telarius. 

865. PERKINS, G. H. Insects of the year. <Bull. No. 60, Vt. Agric. 

Exp. Sta,, October, 1897 (February, 1898), 16 pp., 5 figs. 
Notes on tent caterpillars, oyster-shell bark louse, San Jose scale, and apple- 
tree borers. 

866. PETTIT, J. B. The San Jose scale. < Farming, 18 July, 1899. 

867. PETTIT, R. H. Some insects of the year 1897. <Bull. No. 160, 

Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1898, pp. 399^36, 27 figs. 

Treats briefly of many insects. 

868. PETTIT, R. H. Some insects of the year 1898. <Bull. No. 175, 

Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1899, pp. 341-373, 20 figs. 

Notes on various insects, especially Thrips tabaci, Depressaria persicseella 
Chrysomela suturalis, and Scolytus rugulosus. 

869. PHILLIPS, J. L. , and PRICE, H. L. The nature and use of cer- 

tain insecticides. <Bull. No. 97, Va. Agric. Exp. Sta., Feb- 
ruary, 1899, pp. 11-26. 
Contains also a note on Nectarophora destructor. 



68 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

870. PIERCE, N. B. Fig caprification. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 5 

March, 1898, p. 4. 

871. PIPER, C.V., and DOANE, R. W. Miscellaneous injurious insects. 

<Bull. No. 35, Wash. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1898, pp. 24, 

13 figs. 

Treats of Aspidiottts perniciosus, Tnietocera ocettana, S?sia rutilans, Sphinx 
albescem, Protoparce celeus, Epicauta puncticollis, and Cantharis viridana. 

872. PIPER, C. V., and DOANE, R. W. Insects injurious to currants 

and gooseberries. <Bull. No. 36, Wash. Agric. Exp. Sta., 
May, 1898, pp. 16, 8 figs. 

Treats of Rhagoletis ribicola, Epochra canadensis, Dakruma convolutella, 
Gymnonychus appendi'tulatus, Eiibyia cognitaria, Myzus ribis, Sesia tipulifor- 
mis, and Pulvinaria innumerabilis var. occidentalis. 

873. POPENOE, E. A. Lice of cattle. <llth Bien. Rept. Kans. State 

Bd. Agric., 1897-98 (1898), pp. 67-69, 2 figs. 
Notes on Hsematopinus eurysternus, H. vituli, and Trichodectes scalaris. 

874. POPENOE, E. A. Some insects of the year. <Kansas Farmer, 

29 June, 1899, pp. 438-439. <Trans. Kans. State Hortic. 
Soc. f. 1898 (1899), pp. 40-46. 

Notes on Phycis indiginella, Teras minuta, Hyphantria cunea, Dalana ministra, 
Dorcaschema wildii, D. alternata, Anthonomus quadrigibbus, Epilachna 
borealis, Aspidiotus forbesi, and Scolytus rugulosus. 

875. POPENOE, E. A. Was it stalk borer? <Kansas Farmer, 21 

December, 1899.- 

876. POST, L. J. A practical potato bugger. <Rural New Yorker, 

4 September, 1897, p. 580, 1 fig. 

877. POWELL, E. P. Forest worms very destructive. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 17 June, 1899. 

878. POWELL, G. H. The strawberry-root louse, Aphis forbesi. 

<Garden and Forest, 10 March, 1897, pp. 93-94. 

879. POWELL, G. H. Note on the strawberrv-root-louse (Aphis 

forbesi). <Gardening, 1 February, 1898, p. 151. 

880. POWELL, G. H. The chestnut weevil. <Amer. Gardening, 

1899, p. 444. 

881. POWELL, G. H. The San Jose scale. <Rept. Del. Agric. Exp. 

Sta. f. 1898 (1899), pp. 234-246. 

882. POWELL, G. H. The pear Psylla and its ravages. <Country 

Gentleman, 7 July, 1898, p. 534. 

883. POWERS, S. Catching the tobacco fly. <Southern Planter, July, 

1898, p. 318. 
Poisoning the Sphinx rnoth. 

884. PUTNAM, F. A. June grass Thrips. <New England Farmer, 

2 July, 1898. 
A species of thrips infesting various forage grasses. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 69 



885. QUAINTANCE, A. L. On the life-history of Brachytarsus 

natus. <Entom. News, January, 1897, pp. 1-3, 1 pi. 
Larvae feeding on kernels of corn and cowpeas. 

886. QUAINTANCE, A. L. The fall army worm: Southern grass worm. 

<Bull. No. 40, Fla. Agric. ~Exp. Sta., June, 1897, pp. 
507-512, 3 figs. 
Treats of Laphygma frugiperda. 

887. QUAINTANCE, A. L. Some strawberry insects. <Bull. No. 42, 

Fla. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1897, pp. 551-600, 23 figs. 
Treats of Thrips tritici, Pamera vincta, Lygus pratenm, Leptoglossus phyllopus, 
Corimelsena pulicaria, cutworms, white grubs, Haltica ignita, grasshoppers, 
crickets, Tyloderma fragarise, and Phoxopteris comptana. 

888. QUAINTANCE, A. L. Three injurious insects. <Bull. No. 45, 

Fla. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1898, pp. 53-74, 3 pis. 
Notes on Eudamus proteus, Delphax maidis, and Hydrocampa cannalis. 

889. QUAINTANCE, A. L. The strawberry Thrips and the onion 

Thrips. <Bull. No. 46, Fla. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1898, 
pp. 77-114, 12 figs. 
Accounts of Thrips tritici and T. tabaci. 

890. QUAINTANCE, A. L. Insect enemies of tobacco in Florida. 

<Bull. No. 48, Fla. Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1898, pp. 
154-188, 16 figs. 

Treats of Protoparce celeus, P. Carolina, Dicyphus minimus, Lasioderma serri- 
corne, Gelechia picipelis, Agrotis ypsilon, Heliothis armiger, H. rhexia, and 
grasshoppers. 

891. QUAINTANCE, A. L. Some injurious insects. <Ann. Kept. Fla. 

Exp. Sta. f. 1898 (1899), pp. 56-72, 4 pis. 

Notes on Prodenia commelinse, Chionaspis minor, Asterolecanium pustulans, 
Mytilaspisalba, Triboliumferrugineum, Blissus leucopterus, Aleurodes ruborum, 
Pyrausta theseusalis, and Pyrameis cardui. 

892. QUAINTANCE, A. L. Some important insect enemies of cucur- 

bits. <Bull. No. 45, Ga. Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1899, 
pp. 25-50, 17 figs. 

Treats of Diabrotica vittata, Aphis gossypii, Margaronia nitidalis, M. hyalinata, 
Melittia satyriniformis, and Anasa tristis. 

893. QUAINTANCE, A. L. Some insects of the year in Georgia. 

<Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
November, 1899, pp. 56-59. 
Brief notes on a number of species. 

QUAINTANCE, A. L. See COCKERELL, T. D. A., and QUAINTANCE, 
A. L. 

894. R , J. White grubs. <Southern Farmer, September, 

1897, pp. 12-13. 
Success of trapping them with poisoned bran mash. 

895. RANE, F. W. Growing muskmelons in the North. <Bull. No. 

52, N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1898, pp. 56-57. 
Notes on Diabrotica vittata and D. 12-punctata. 



70 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

896. RANE, F. W. Notes on the fertilization of muskmelons by 

insects. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
November, 1898, pp. 75-76. 
Performed by certain insects. 

897. READ, A. M. Cold storage for furs. <Financial Review, 29 

September, 1899. 
Temperature experiments in the killing of certain Dermestidse. 

898. RENNIE, R. W. Notes on insects of the year. Division No. 5, 

London district. <29th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, 1898 
(1899), pp. 91-92, 2 figs. 

899. REYNOLDS, C. P. Killing lice on growing chicks. <Mioh. 

Farmer, 8 July, 1898, p. 19. 

900. REYNOLDS, E. Can potato bugs be exterminated? <Country 

Gentleman, 1 September, 1898, p. 683. 

901. REYNOLDS, E. Exterminating potato bugs. <Country Gentle- 

man, 6 July, 1899, p. 526. 

902. RHODES, G. W. The air brake encounters a new enemy. 

<Proc. West. Railway Club, January, 1897, pp. 218-229. 
Odynerus foraminatus closing up the opening. 

903. RIDGELY, B. H. A new grapevine disinfectant. <U. S. Con- 

sular Reports, 1898, No. 209, pp. 267-269. 
Use of phylloxerol in Switzerland. 

904. ROBERTS, C. H. Habits of the pine-tree borer. <Country Gen- 

tleman, 6 January, 1898, p. 6. 
Note on Harmonia pini. 

905. ROBERTS, J. T. Fighting apple insects. <Rural New Yorker, 

20 May, 1899, p. 384. 

906. ROLFS, P. H. San Jose scale parasite. <Rept. Fla. Agric. Exp. 

Sta. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 49-50. 
Notes on a fungus. 

907. ROLFS, P. H. Injurious insects of the year. <9th Ann. Meet. 

Fla. State Hortic. Soc., 1896 (1897), pp. 96-99. . 
Notes on Aspidiotus pernitiosus, Dactylopius calceolaria, Chilo gaccharalis, and 
Anthonomus grandis. 

908. ROLFS, P. H. A brief study in insect dissemination. <9thAnn. 

Meet. Fla. State Hortic. Soc., 1896 (1897), pp. 99-100. 

909. ROLFS, P. H. Advancements made in insecticides. <9th Ann. 

Meet. Fla. State Hortic. Soc., 1896 (1897), pp. 101-102. 

910. ROLFS, P. H. A visit to the gypsy moth commission. <9th 

Ann. Meet. Fla. State Hortic. Soc., 1896 (1897), pp. 102-105. 

911. ROLFS, P. H. The San Jose scale disease. <Garden and Forest, 

2 June, 1897, pp. 217-218. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 71 

912. ROLFS, P. H. A fungus disease of the San Jose scale. <Bull. 

No. 41, Fla. Agric. Exp. Sta., August, 1897, pp. 519-536, 2 
pis. 

Notes on Sphterostilbe coccophila. 

913. ROLFS, P. H. A fungus disease of the San Jose scale. <Proc. 

Ga. State Hortic. Soc., 1897, pp. 33-35. 

914. ROLFS, P. H. Cucumber, melon, and tomato pests. <Fla. 

Farmer, 15 January, 1898, 2 tigs. 

Notes on Melittia ceto, Margaronia nitidalis, M. hyalinata, and Heliothis 
armiger. 

915. ROLFS, P. H. Diseases of the tomato. <Bull. No. 47, Fla. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1898, pp. 141-145. 

Notes on Heliothis armiger and Phytoptus causing a hairy whiteness of the 
buds. 

916. ROLFS, P. H. Orange diseases and insects. <llth Ann. Meet. 

Fla. State Hortic. Soc., 1898, pp. 34-38, 4 figs. 
Notes on Di/sdercus suturellus, Thrips trititi, Trypetd ludens, Tetranychus sex- 
maculatus, and Lecanium hesperidum. 

917. ROLFS, P. H . Injurious insects and diseases of the year. <llth 

Ann. Meet. Fla. State Hortic. Soc., 1898, pp. 85-93, 11 figs. 
Notes on Eudamus proteus, Hydrocampa cannalis, Pamera vincta, and Aspidi- 
otus pernidosus. 

918. ROLFS, P. H. Pineapple fertilizers. <Bull. No. 50, Fla. Agric. 

Exp. Sta., May, 1899, pp. 99-102. 

Notes on Stigmasus sp., Diaspis bromelite, and Dactylopius citri as injuring 
pineapple. 

919. RUDD, W. N. Freezing and steaming soil to destroy eel-worms. 

<Amer. Florist, 10 June, 1899, pp. 1333-1334. 

920. SANDERSON, E. D. Some common plant lice of the orchard and 

garden. < Southern Ruralist, April, 1897. 

921. SANDERSON, E. D. Some foes of the cabbage. <I. Southern 

Ruralist, December, 1897. II. Ibid., January, 1898. 
Treats of various species. 

922. SANDERSON, E. D. The Western corn root-worm. <Country 

Gentleman, 20 January, 1898, p. 53, 2 figs. 
Treats of Diabrotica longicornis. 

923. SANDERSON, E. D. Cutworms. <Fla. Farmer, 19 February, 

1898. < Southern Ruralist, February, 1898. 
A general article. 

924. SANDERSON, E. D. Some melon-patch thieves. <Southern 

Ruralist, March, 1898. <Fla. Farmer, 26 February, 1898. 
Notes on Diabrotica vittata, D. 12-punctata, Epilachna borealis, Margaronia 
nitiditlix, M. hycUtnata, Melittia ceto, Leptoglossus phyllopus, Anasa tristis, and 
Aphis gossypii. 



72 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

925. SANDERSON, E, D. The cotton bollworm. <Southern Ruralist, 

April, 1898. <Fla. Farmer, 16 April, 1898. 

926. SANDERSON, E. D. Entomology. <Country Gentleman, 21 

July, 1898, pp. 573-574, 1 fig.~ 
Notes on Elaphidion villosum, Cicada tredecim, and Eriocampoides cerasi. 

927. SANDERSON, E. D. Insects injuring American cereals. <Farm- 

ers' Review, September, October, November, and December, 
1898. 
General article. 

928. SANDERSON, E. D. Attacking the San Jose scale. <Country 

Gentleman, 22 September, 1898, pp. 753-754. 
Deals with the use of hydrocyanic-acid gas. 

929. SANDERSON, E. D. Insects of the sugar beet. <Practical 

Farmer, 24 September, 1898, 8 figs. 
General article. 

930. SANDERSON, E. D. Do not kill them. <Farm and Fireside, 5 

parts, September, October, and November, 1898. 
Treats of predaceous and parasitic insects. 

931. SANDERSON, E. D. San Jose scale. <Amer. Fruit Growers' 

Jour., 10 October, 1898, 2 figs. 

932. SANDERSON, E. D. Fumigating for the San Jose scale. <South- 

ern Ruralist, November, 1898. 

933. SANDERSON, E. D. The Mexican cotton boll weevil. <Texas 

Farm and Ranch, 19 November, 1898. 

934. SANDERSON, E. D. The cabbage Plusia. <Practical Farmer, 3 

December, 1898, 1 fig. 

935. SANDERSON, E. D. The potato stalk borer. <Natl. Stockman 

and Farmer, 8 December, 1898. 

936. SANDERSON, E. D. Potato scab and insects. <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 9 December, 1898. 
Notes on millipedes, Epidapus scabies, and Epitrix cucumeris. 

937. SANDERSON, E. D. Destroy the bag-worm. <Mich. Farmer, 

17 December, 1898, 2 figs. 

938. SANDERSON, E. D. A winter attack on the bugs. <Agric. 

Epitomist, December, 1898. 

939. SANDERSON, E. D. Sweet potato insects. <Bull. No. 59, Md. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1899, pp. 129-146, 16 figs. 
An account of the various species. 

940. SANDERSON, E. D. Winter spraying for pear insects. <Farm, 

Field and Fireside, 14 January, 1899. 

941. SANDERSON, E. D. " Weevil" in grain. <Texas Farm and 

Ranch, 14 January, 1899. 
Notes on the two Calandras. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 73 

942. SANDERSON, E. D. The tent caterpillar. <Farm and Fireside, 

15 January, 1899, 1 fig. 

943. SANDERSON, E. D. The clover mite. <Farm and Fireside, 15 

January, 1899. 

944. SANDERSON, E. D. The grape-vine flea-beetle. <Farm News, 

April, 1899. 

945. 'SANDERSON, E. D. Three melon beetles. <Tenn. Farmer, 29 

April, 1899, 3 figs. 

946. SANDERSON, E. D. Insecticides for biting insects. <Farm and 

Fireside, 1 May, 1899. 

947. SANDERSON, E. D. Spraying. <Farm News, May, 1899. 

948. SANDERSON, E. D. Minor pests of the cotton plant. <Cotton 

Planters' Journal, May, 1899, 4 figs. 

Notes on cutworms, Ataxia crypta, Homalodisca coagulata, Dysdercus suturel- 
lus, and Arcecerus fasciculatus. 

949. SANDERSON, E. D. Asparagus beetles. <Farm News, May, 

1899. 

950. SANDERSON, E. D. A destroyer of asparagus beetles. <Amer. 

Gardening, 13 May, 1899, 1 fig. 
Treats of Prionidus cristatus. 

951. SANDERSON, E. D. The harlequin cabbage bug. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 20 May, 1899, p. 648, 1 fig. 

952. SANDERSON, E. D. The strawberry weevil. <Natl. Stockman 

and Farmer, 25 May, 1899, 2 figs. 

953. SANDERSON, E. D. Controlling the rose slug. <Orange Judd 

Farmer, 27 May, 1899, 2 figs. 
Treats of Monostegia rosse. 

954. SANDERSON, E. D. Cock's-comb elm gall. <Amer. Gardening, 

3 June, 1899, 1 fig. 
Notes on Colopha ulmicola. 

955. SANDERSON, E. D. Ladybird beetles vs. the San Jose scale. 

<Amer. Gardening, 10 June, 1899, 1 fig. 

956. SANDERSON, E. D. Sweet potato beetles. <Country Gentle- 

man, 29 June, 1899, p. 514, 3 figs. 

957. SANDERSON, E. D. Remedies for sugar-beet insects. <Mich. 

Sugar Beet, 1899, p. 1, 4 figs. <The Sugar Beet, June, 

1899. 
General account. 

958. SANDERSON, E. D. The black peach louse. <Agric. Epitomist, 

June, 1899, 2 figs. 

959. SANDERSON, E. D. The cotton worm. <Cotton Planters' 

Journal, June, 1899, 4 figs. 



74 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

960. SANDERSON, E. D. Remedy for the San Jose scale. <Farm 

and Fireside, 1 July, 1899. 
Advocates use of whale-oil soap. 

961. SANDERSON, E. D. Entomology. <Amer. Gardening, 1 July, 

1899. 
Notes on Typhlocyba vitifex, Monophadnus rubi, and Eudemis botrana. 

962. SANDERSON, E. D. Are ants injuring trees? <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 1 July, 1899. 

963. SANDERSON, E. D. The catalpa sphinx. <Amer. Agriculturist, 

8 July, 1899, 1 fig. 

964. SANDERSON, E. D. New woolly louse on maples. <Amer. 

Gardening, 22 July, 1899, 1 fig. 
Notes on Pemphigus acerifolii. 

965. SANDERSON, E. D. Some potato insects. <Farm News, July, 

1899. 
Notes on blister beetles and Lema trilineata. 

966. SANDERSON, E. D. Injuries done by insects in the country. 

<Amer. Farmers' Magazine, July, 1899. 

967. SANDERSON, E. D. The cotton boll worm. <Cotton Planters' 

Journal, July, 1899. 

968. SANDERSON, E. D. Would-be San Jose scales. <Farm and 

Fireside, 1 August, 1899, 3 figs. 
Several scale insects and eggs of a katydid. 

969. SANDERSON, E. D. The grape-leaf trumpet-gall. <Arner. Gar- 

dening, 5 August, 1899, 1 fig. 
Note on Cecidomyia viticola. 

970. SANDERSON, E. D. Trap crops for insect pests. <New Eng- 

land Homestead, 12 August, 1899. 

971. SANDERSON, E. D. The fall army-worm. <Farm and Fireside, 

12 August, 1899. 

972. SANDERSON, E. D. The bag- worm, a pest of arbor vitae. <Ainer. 

Gardening, 19 August, 1899, 2 figs. 

973. SANDERSON, E. D. Blister beetles. <Beet Sugar Gazette, 

August, 1899, 2 figs. 

974. SANDERSON, E. D. Beneficial insects. <Amer. Farmers' Mag- 

azine, August, 1899, 6 figs. 

975. SANDERSON. E. D. The peach mite. <Green's Fruit Grower, 

August, 1899. 

976. SANDERSON, E. D. Flea beetles. <Agric. Epitomist, August, 

1899, 2 figs. 

977. SANDERSON, E. D. Two new dangerous scales. <Western 

Fruit Grower, August, 1899. 
Notes on Aspidiotus ostreseformis and Diaspis amygdali. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 75 

978. SANDERSON, E. D. Cabbage worms. <National Rural, 21 Sep- 

tember, 1899, 4 figs. 

979. SANDERSON, E. D. The buffalo tree hopper. <National Rural, 

September, 1899, 2 figs. 

980. SANDERSON, E. D. The Hessian fly. <Farm and Fireside, 1 

October, 1899, 2 figs. 

981. SANDERSON, E. D. Clover insects. <National Rural, 2 Novem- 

ber, 1899, 4 figs. 

982. SANDERSON, E. D. Tobacco insects. <Amer. Farmers' Mag- 

azine, November, 1899, pp. 353-358; December, 1899, pp. 
425-429, 13 figs. 

983. SANDERSON, E. D. The Hessian fly. <Press Bull. No. 2, Del. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., 1 December, 1899. 

984. SANDERSON, E. D. The locust-leaf miner. <Amer. Gardening, 

1899, p. 672. 
Note on Odontota dorsalis. 

985. SARGENT, C. S. Legislation against plant pests. <Garden and 

Forest, 21 July, 1897, p. 281. 

986. SAUNDERS, D. A. Four destructive insects. <Bull. No. 57, 

S. Dak. Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1898, pp. 35-52, 8 figs. 

Notes on Lioderma uhleri, Melanoplus spretus, Siphonophora avense, and Epi- 
cauta maculata. 

987. SAUNDERS, W. Destruction of scale on fruit tree branches. 

<Meehan's Monthly, June, 1897, p. 116. 
Use of lime wash. 

988. SCHANNO, E. Spraying for San Jose scale. <Oreg. Agricultur- 

ist and Rural Northwest, 15 February, 1899, p. 162. 

989. SCHWARZ, E. A. The periodical cicada in 1897. <Cir. No. 22, 

s. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., May, 1897, pp. 4. 
Localities for brood XV, Septendecim, and Brood VI, Tredecim, in 1897. 

990. SCOTT, W. A chrysanthemum maggot. < Weekly Florist's 

Review, 29 September, 1898. 
No determination of the insect. 

991. SCOTT, W. M. To distinguish the English walnut scale from the 

San Jose scale. <Ann. Rept. Dept. Agric. Ga. f . 1898, Vol. 
XXIV, p. 54. 

992. SCOTT, W. M. Report of the entomologist. <Ann. Rept. Dept. 

Agric. Ga. f. 1898, pp. 500-531. 

Treats of Aspidiotus perniciosus, A. forbesi, Diaspis amygdali, Murgantia his- 
trionlca, Tetmnychus telarius, and Aspidiotm juglans-regise. 

993. SCOTT. W. M. Kerosene treatment of San Jose scale. <Ainer. 

Agriculturist, 21 January. l->99. 



76 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

994. SCOTT, W. M. Dangerous pests proscribed by the Board, with 

remedial suggestions. <Bull. No. 1, Ga. State Bd. Entoin., 
April, 1899, pp. 32, 7 figs. 
Treats of Aspidiotus perniciosus, Diaspis amygdali, and Hellula undalis. 

995. SCOTT, W. M. Fatal temperature for some Coccids in Georgia. 

<Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., Novem- 
ber, 1899, pp. 82-85. 

996. SENGER, J. C. Killing ticks on cattle. <Rural New Yorker, 

16 January, 1897, p. 37. 

997. SESSIONS, W. R. The war against the gypsy moth. <Rept. 

N. H. Bd. Agric. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 123-145. 

998. SHEPPERD, J. H. Dip your sheep. <Amer. Agriculturist, 16 

April, 1898, p. 491. 

999. SIBLEY, F. O. Fighting currant worms. <Colman',s Rural 

World, 4 May, 1899. 

1000. [SIRRINE, F. A.] Entomological investigations. <Bull. No. 

115, N. Y. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1897 (Director's Rept. 
f. 1896), pp. 69-71. 
Remedies for various insects. 

1001. SIRRINE, F. A. A practical method of fighting cutworms in 

the onion field. <Bull. No. 120, N. \. State Agric. Exp. 
Sta., March, 1897, pp. 14. 

1002. SIRRINE, F. A. Note on the probable life-history of Crepido- 

d&ra (Epitrix) cucumeris Harr. <Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci. f. 
1896 (1897), pp. 170-172. 

1003. SIRRINE, F. A. Report of the entomologists, Part II. <15th 

Ann. Rept. N! Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1896 (1897), pp. 
608-635, 9 pis. 

Treats of Diabrotica vittata, Doryphora 10-lirieata, Melittia ceto, Thrips tabaci, 
Tetranychus telarius, Diplosis pyrivora, Plusia brassies:, cutworms, Carneades 
messoria, and Hadena illata. , 

1004. SIRRINE, F. A. Girdling for canker-worm. <Amer. Garden- 

ing, 18 December, 1897. 

1005. SIRRINE, F. A. A spraying mixture for cauliflower and cabbage 

worms. <Bull. No. 144, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., Sep- 
tember, 1898, pp. 26-47, 6 pis. 
Use of resin-lime mixture against Pieris rapse and Plusia brassicse. 

1006. SIRRINE, F. A. Combating the striped beetle on cucumbers. 

<Bull. No. 158, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1899, 
pp. 32, 2 pis. 
Detailed account of experiments in fighting Diabrotica rittntn. 

1007. SIRRINE, F. A. Report of committee on insects. <Eastern 

N. Y. Hortic., April, 1899. 
Treats of a number of species. 



BIBLIOGKAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 77 

1008. SKINNER, H. [Face-mites: black-heads.] <Entom. News, 

May, 1897, p. 115. 

Calls attention to the fact that Demodex folliculorum hominis is probably not 
the cause of black-heads in the face. 

1009. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Entomology. <Proc. 42d Ann. Meet. 

West. N. Y. Hortic. Soc. <Trans. N. Y. State Agric. Soc. 
f. 1896 (1897), pp. 588-600. 

Notes on pistol-case bearer, codling moth, peach borer, army worm, insecti- 
cides, spraying apparatus, and legislation. 

1010. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Koot galls on peach roots. <Rural New 

Yorker, 16 January, 1897, p. 37. 

1011. SLINGERLAND, M. V. When to kill the codling moth. <Rural 

New Yorker, 30 January, 1897, p. 67. 

1012. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Various washes for fruit trees. <Rural 

New Yorker, 30 January, 1897, p. 69. 

1013. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Sulphate of iron for spraying. <Rural 

New Yorker, 20 February, 1897, p. 115. 

1014. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Some facts about the codling moth, 

<Rural New Yorker, 20 February, 1897, pp. 115-116. 

1015. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The blueberry span-worm (Diastictis 

inceptaria Walk.) and the bumble flower-beetle (Euphoria 
inda L.). <Can. Entom., March, 1897, pp. 49-52, 1 pi. 
On the life history of the species and the injury of the former to blueberries; 

1016. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Worms in soil Plum borers. <Rural 

New Yorker, 13 March, 1897, p. 175. 

1017. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Apple trees least susceptible to borer. 

<Rural New Yorker, 3 April, 1897, p. 223. 

1018. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Protection against borers. <Rural New 

Yorker, 3 April, 1897, p. 223. 
Use of various substances. 

1019. SLINGERLAND,, M. V. The strawberry leaf roller. <Rural 

New Yorker, 3 April, 1897, p. 223. 

1020. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Plant lice on gooseberries. <Rural New 

Yorker, 10 April, 1897, p. 242. 

1021. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Inoculating trees to kill insects. <Rural 

New Yorker, 10 April, 1897, p. 241. 

1022. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The scurv} 7 bark louse on apple trees. 

<Rural New Yorker, 17 April, 1897, p. 260. 

1023. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Pine tar on apple trees. <Rural New 

Yorker, 17 April, 1897, p. 260. 

1024. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The cost of spraying grapes. <Rural 

New Yorker, 24 April, 1897, p. 277. 



78 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1025. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The army worm in New York. <Bull. 

No. 133, Cornell Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1897, pp. 233-258, 
5 figs. 
An account of the ravages in that State, with remedies. 

1026. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Life habits of twig borers. <Rural New 

Yorker, 1 May, 1897, p. 293. 

1027. SLINGERLAND, M. V. All about whale-oil soap. <Rural New 

Yorker, 8 May, 1897, p. 308. 

1028. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Katydid didn't do a thing to the twigs. 

<Eural New Yorker, 8 May, 1897, p. 309. 

1029. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Black lice on apple trees. <Rural New 

Yorker, 8 May, 1897, p. 309. 
Note on Aphis mali. 

1030. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Oyster-shell bark-louse. <Rural New 

Yorker, 8 May, 1897, p. 309. 

1031. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Onion thrips on Long Island. <Rural 

New Yorker, 8 May, 1897, p. 309. 

1032. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Will the army worm come this year? 

<Amer. Agriculturist, 8 May, 1897, p. 582. 

1033. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Canker worms in Kansas. <Rural New 

Yorker, 15 May, 1897, p. 324. 

1034. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Root lice on apple trees. <Rural New 

Yorker, 15 May, 1897, p. 323. 
Note on Schizoneura lanigera. 

1035. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Great danger from San Jose scale. 

<Rural New Yorker, 29 May, 1897, p. 356. 

1036. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Life-history of the plum curculio. 

<Rural New Yorker, 29 May, 1897, p. 354, 1 fig. 

1037. SLINGERLAND, M. V. What is "Pure Paris Green?" <Rural 

New Yorker, 5 June, 1897, p. 373. 

1038. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The dangerous strawberry weevil. 

<Rural New Yorker, 5 June, 1897, pp. 372-373. 

1039. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A patent "tree wash." <Rural New 

Yorker, 12 June, 1897, p. 388. 

1040. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Killing the horn fly. <Rural New 

Yorker, 12 June, 1897, p. 388. 

1041. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Life and work of the pear slug. <Rural 

New Yorker, 12 June, 1897, p. 388, 1 fig. 

1042. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Insects in cow peas. <Rural New 

Yorker, 19 June, 1897, p. 405. 
The Southern pea weevil. 

1043. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Work of the currant louse. <Rural New 

Yorker, 19 June, 1897, p. 405. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 79 

1044. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Lice on plum and apple trees. <Rural 

New Yorker, 26 June, 1897, p. 420. 

1045. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Grape-vine flea-beetles. <Rural New 

Yorker, 26 June, 1897, p. 420. 

1046. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Plum curculio and its eggs. <Rural 

New Yorker, 26 June, 1897, p. 420. 

1047. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Do 17-year locusts damage fruit trees? 

<Rural New Yorker, 3 July, 1897, p. 437. 
Damage not of great importance. 

1048. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Galls on grape-vines. <Rural New 

Yorker, 10 July, 1897, p. 453. 

1049. SLINGERLAND, M. V. " Gold bugs " on sweet potatoes. <Rural 

New Yorker, 24 July, 1897, p. 485. 

1050. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Thorough cultivation and potato bugs. 

<Rural New Yorker, 24 July, 1897, p. 485. 

1051. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The cottony maple scale. <Rural New 

Yorker, 24 July, 1897, p. 485. 

1052. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The gypsy moth in New York State. 

<Rural New Yorker, 31 July, 1897, p. 499. 
Turns out to be Clisiocampa disstria. 

1053. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The predaceous diving beetle. <Rural 

New Yorker, 31 July, 1897, p. 501, 1 fig. 
Dytiscus sp. 

1054. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Pear Psylla and lice on apples. <Rural 

New Yorker, 7 August, 1897, p. 517. 

1055. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The clover mite and fruit. <Rural New 

Yorker, 7 August, 1897, p. 517. 

1056. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Life-history of the silk- worm. <Rural 

New Yorker, 14 August, 1897, pp. 529-530, 1 fig. 

1057. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The melon and cucumber borers. <Rural 

New Yorker, 21 August, 1897, p. 548. 
The two species of Eudioptis. 

1058. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A corn-eating maggot. <Rural New 

Yorker, 11 September, 1897, p. 596. 
Note on Phorbia fusciceps. 

1059. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Destroying a wasp's nest. <Rural New 

Yorker, 16 October, 1897, p. 676. 

1060. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The chinch bug in New York State. 

<Rural New Yorker, 16 October, 1897, p. 676. 

1061. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The story of the bumble-bee. <Rural 

New Yorker, 23 October, 1897, pp. 692-693. 

1062. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Pomace flies hard to kill. <Rural New 

Yorker, 30 October, 1897, p. 709. 



80 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY, 

1063. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A chapter on wireworms. <Rural New 

Yorker, 6 November, 1897, p. 725. 

1064. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Fight the San Jose scale this fall. 

<Rural New Yorker, 13 November, 1897, p. 740. 

1065. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Life changes of the peach borer. <Rural 

New Yorker, 11 December, 1897, p. 804. 
Notes also on shot-hole borer and San Jose scale. 

1066. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Green lice on cabbage. <Rural New 

Yorker, 11 December, 1897, p. 804. 

1067. SLINGERLAND, M. V. New facts about the codling moth. 

<Garden and Forest, No. 468, 1897, pp. 58-59. 

1068. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The codling moth. <Bull. No. 142, Cor- 

nell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., January, 1898, pp. 67, 21 figs. 
A detailed account of the insect. 

1069. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Bisulphide of carbon for peach borers. 

<Rural New Yorker, 15 January, 1898, p. 39. 
Not recommended for the East. 

1070. SLINGERLAND, M. V. What to do for woolly aphis. <Rural 

New Yorker, 5 February, 1898, p. 84. 

1071. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Bisulphide of carbon for melon lice. 

<Rural New Yorker, 19 February, 1898, p. 121. 

1072. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Some insect pests disposed of. <Rural 

New Yorker, 5 March, 1898, p. 164. 
Note on codling moth and muriate of potash. 

1073. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A dip for the San Jose scale. <Rural 

New Yorker, 12 March, 1898, p. 180, 1 fig. 

1074. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Kill codling moths in the cellar. <Rural 

New Yorker, 26 March, 1898, p. 221. 

1075. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The powder post and its work. <Rural 

New Yorker, 2 April, 1898, p. 240. 
Note on Lyctus'unipunctatus. 

1076. SLINGERLAND, M. V. To prevent canker worms from crawl- 

ing. <Rural New Yorker, 2 April, 1898, p. 240. 

1077. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The tobacco worm; a curious mistake. 

<Rural New Yorker, 16 April, 1898, p. 281. 
Note on Phlegethontius celeus. 

1078. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Facts about plant-lice. <Rural New 

Yorker, 23 April, 1898, p. 301. 

Aphis chrysanthemicola and Siphonophora chrysanthemicola on chrysanthe- 
mums. 

1079. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The oyster-shell bark-louse. <Bural 

New Yorker, 30 April, 1898, p. 321. 

1080. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Killing the codlin moth. <Nebraska 

Farmer, 5 May, 1898, p. 282. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 81 

1081. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Mixing kerosene emulsion and Bordeaux 

mixture. <Rural New Yorker, 7 May, 1898, p. 336. 

1082. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Insect enemies of potato beetles. <Rural 

New Yorker, 21 May, 1898, p. 351, 1 fig. 
Notes on Doryphora 10-lineata. 

1083. SLINGERLAND, M. V. How to fight the apple borer. <Rural 

New Yorker, 28 May, 1898, p. 385. 

1084:. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Grape leaf-hopper. <Rural New 
Yorker, 4 June, 1898, p. 401. 

1085. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Fighting the pear Psylla. <Rural New 

Yorker, 11 June, 1898, p. 417. 

1086. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The snowy tree-cricket. <Rural New 

Yorker, 11 June, 1898, p. 417. 

1087. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The steely beetle on grape vines. 

<Rural New Yorker, 25 June, 1898, pp. 448-449. 
Notes on Haltica chalybea. 

1088. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Biting and sucking insects. <Rural New 

Yorker, 16 July, 1898, p. 496. 
Notes on plant lice. 

1089. SLINGERLAND, M.V. A strange insect the fish moth. <Rural 

New Yorker, 16 July, 1898, p. 497. 

1090. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The quince curculio. <Bull. No. 148, 

Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1898, pp. 695-715, 10 
figs. 
Treats of Conotrachdus cratsegi. 

1091. SLINGERLAND, M. V. What katydid doesn't do. <Rural New 

Yorker, 13 August, 1898, p. 561. 
Eggs on pear twig. 

1092. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Potato stalk weevil. <Rural New 

Yorker, 27 August, 1898, p. 593. 
Notes on Trichobaris trinotata. 

1093. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Gasoline and clothes-moths. <Rural 

New Yorker, 10 September, 1898, p. 628. 

1094. SLINGERLAND, M.V. Scale insects on Calif ornia fruit. <Rural 

New Yorker, 17 September, 1898, p. 640. 
Notes on Aspidiotus aurantii and A. perniciows. 

1095. SLINGERLAND, M.V. How the curculio mounts the plum trees. 

<Rural New Yorker, 24 September, 1898, p. 656. 

1096. SLINGERLAND, M. V. How to handle the harlequin bug. 

<Rural New Yorker, 24 September, 1898, p. 656. 

1097. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Mites on a chestnut leaf. <Rural New 

Yorker, 8 October, 1898, p. 689. 
1450701 6 



82 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1098. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Mites that are mighty troublesome. 

<Rural New Yorker, 8 October, 1898, p. 689. 
Notes on Bryobia. 

1099. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Insects in stored grain. <Rural New 

Yorker, 15 October, 1898, p. 705. 

1100. SLINGERLAND, M. V. An insect in blackberry canes. <Rural 

New Yorker, 15 October, 1898, p. 705. 
Notes on Bembecia marginata. 

1101. SLINGERLAND, M.V. Killing mealy bugs under glass. <Rural 

New Yorker, 5 November, 1898, p. 753, 1 fig. 

1102. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A worm that "has worms." <Rural 

New Yorker, 19 November, 1898, p. 785. 
Notes on parasitized tomato caterpillar. 

1103. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The grain moth in wheat. <Rural New 

Yorker, 3 December, 1898, p. 817. 
Note on Gelechia cerealella. 

1104. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The grape-vine flea-beetle. <Bull. No. 

157, Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1898, pp. 
189-213, 10 figs. 
A full account, with bibliography. 

1105. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Some new notions about some old in- 

sects. <Trans. Mass. Hortic. Soc., Pt. I, 1898 (1899). 
Notes on codling moth and peach-tree borer. 

1106. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Insects that like whisky. <Rural New 

Yorker, 21 January, 1899, p. 38. 
Boring in a cask. 

1107. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Insect pests in 1898. <Rural New 

Yorker, 4 February, 1899, p. 74. 

Notes on pear Psylla, tent-caterpillars, cankerworms, and grapevine flea- 
beetle. 

1108. SLINGERLAND, M. V. How insects spend the winter. <Rural 

New Yorker, 28 January, 1899, p. 35; 18 February, 1899, 
p. 116. 

1109. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Ants on apple trees. <Rural New 

Yorker, 18 March, 1899, p. 202. 

1110. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Peach borer. Kerosene and water. 

<Rural New Yorker, 25 March, 1899, p. 222. 

1111. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Currant fruit worm. <Rural New 

Yorker, 25 March, 1899, p. 222. 
Probably Dakruma convolutella. 

1112. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Insect pests in 1898. <Proc. West. 

N. Y. Hortic. Soc., April, 1899, pp. 7. 

Notes on Psylla pyricola, Agrilm anxim, Haltica dutlybea, cankerworrns, and 
tent caterpillars. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 83 

1113. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Making arsenite of lime. <Rural New 

Yorker, 29 April, 1899, p. 322, 

1114. SLIXGERLAND, M. V. Killing plant-lice in a greenhouse. 

<Rural New Yorker, 6 May, 1899, p. 34:2. 

1115. SLIXGERLAND, M. V. Work of the buffalo tree-hopper. 

<Rural New Yorker, 13 May, 1899, p. 362. 

1116. SLIXGERLAXD, M. V. Green lice on apple trees. <Rural New 

Yorker, 13 May, 1899, p. 361. 
Notes on Aphis mail. 

1117. SLINGERLAXD, M. V. The enemies of potatoes and how to com- 

bat them. <Amer. Agriculturist, 13 May, 1899, p. 612, 3 
figs. <Orange Judd Farmer, 13 May, 1899. 
Notes on Doryphora 10-lineata and Epitrix cucumeris. 

1118. SLIXGERLAND, M. V. Various bugs. <Rural New Yorker, 20 

May, 1899, p. 382. 
Principally on cutworms. 

1119. SLIXGERLAND, M. V. Emergency report on tent caterpillars. 

<Bull. No. 170, Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., May, 1899, 
pp. 557-564:, 4 figs. 
Deals with Clisiocampa disstria. 

1120. SLIXGERLAND, M. V. The strawberry crown-borer. <Rural 

New Yorker, 10 June, 1899, p. 4:33. 

1121. SLINGERLAXD, M. V. The tent-caterpillar; spraying in bloom. 

< Rural New Yorker, 17 June, 1899, p. 449. 

1122. SLIXGERLAXD, M. V. Music and caterpillars. <Rural New 

Yorker, 1 July, 1899, p. 479. 

1123. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Tobacco and potato beetles. <Rural 

New Yorker, 22 July, 1899, p. 527. 
Potatoes inoculated with tobacco will not therefore be free from beetles. 

1124. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Cold and San Jose scale. <Rural New 

Yorker, 29 July, 1899, p. 544. 

1125. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A blister beetle. <Rural New Yorker, 

5 August, 1899, p. 560. 
Notes on K]>i.cnuta cinerea. 

1126. SLIXGERLAXD, M. V. The blister mite. <Rural New Yorker, 

19 August, 1899, p. 592. 

1127. SLIXGERLAXD, M. V. A picture of the kissing bug. <Rural 

New Yorker, 26 August, 1899, p. 605, 3 figs. 

Treats of Rniiirlus personatus. 

1128. SLIXGERLAXD, M. V. Tent caterpillars in traps. <Rural New 

Yorker, 2 September, 1899. 
Experiments on apple tent caterpillars. 

1129. SLIXGERLAND, M. V. Ants and a pear tree. <Rural New 

Yorker, 9 September. 1899, p. 641. 



84 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1130. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Killing ants in the soil. <Rural New 

Yorker, 9 September, 1899, p. 641. 

1131. SLINGERLAND, M. V. A new cherry pest. <Rural New Yorker, 

16 September; 1899, p. 654, 1 fig. 
Note on Rhagoletis cingulata. 

1132. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The cherry fruit-fly, a new cherry pest. 

<Bull. No. 172, Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 
1899, pp. 23-41, 7 figs. 
Account of maggot believed to be that of Rhagoletis cingulata. 

1133. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Cheap and easy spraying. <Rural New 

Yorker, 23 September, 1899, p. 672. 

1134. SLINGERLAND, M. V. Is the honey-bee a benefactor? <Rural 

New Yorker, 28 October, 1899, pp. 749-750, 1 fig. 

1135. SLINGERLAND, M. V. The peach-tree borer. <Bull. No. 176, 

Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1899, pp. 157-233, 
15 figs. 
A detailed account, with remedies. 

1136. SMILEY, C. W. The cochineal insect. <Amer. Month. Micr. 

Journ., February, 1897, pp. 62-63. 

1137. SMITH, F. J. Arsenate of lead; its manufacture and chemical 

composition. <Rept. State Bd. Agric. (Mass.) on extermi- 
nation of the gypsy moth, January, 1898, pp. 57-59. 

1138. SMITH, J. B. Report of the entomological department of the 

New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station for 

1896. <Ann. Rept. N. J. Agric. Exp. Sta. f. 1896 (1897), 
pp. 431-563, 16 figs. 

Treats of a number of insects, more particularly of San Jose scale. 

1139. SMITH, J. B. Dendrolene. <Garden and Forest. 6 January, 

1897, p. 8. 

1140. SMITH, J. B. Winter work against insects 1. <Orange Judd 

Farmer, 23 January, 1897, 4 figs. 

1141. SMITH, J. B. The harlequin cabbage bug and the melon plant 

louse. <Bull. No. 121, N. J. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1897, 
pp. 14, 1 fig. 
A full account of each species. 

1142. SMITH, J. B. The orange fruit worm. <Garden and Forest, 

17 March, 1897, p. 108. 

1143. SMITH, J. B. Remedy for onion maggot. <Amer. Agricultur- 

ist, 10 April, 1897. 

1144. SMITH, J. B. The onion maggot. <Entom. News, May, 1897, 

pp. 101-104. 

1145. SMITH, J. B. Insects injurious to squashes. <Orange Judd 

Farmer, 5 June, 1897; 12 June, 1897. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 85 

1146. SMITH, J. B. Insects injurious to squashes. <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 5 June, 1897, p. 682, 2 figs.; 12 June, 1897; 26 June, 
1897, 2 figs. 

Notes on Diabrotica vittata, cutworms, Anasa tristis, Epilachna borealls, and 
Melittia ceto. 

1147. SMITH, J. B. The elm-leaf beetle. <Garden and Forest, 25 

August, 1897, pp. 336-337. 

1148. SMITH, J. B. The influence of environment on the life history 

of insects. <Garden and Forest, 25 August, 1897, p. 334. 
Mostly on habits of codling moth. 

1149. SMITH, J. B. Treatment for the San Jose scale. <Cir. N. J. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1897. 

1150. SMITH, J. B. The San Jose scale scare I. <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 30 October, 1897, p. 414. II. Ibid, 6 November, 
1897, p. 435. 

1151. SMITH, J. B. The San Jose scale and how it may be controlled. 

<Bull. No. 125, N. J. Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1897, 
pp. 16, 1 fig. 

1152. SMITH, J. B. Report of the entomological department of the 

New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station for 1897. 
<Ann. Kept. N. J. Agric. Exp. Sta. f. 1897 (1898), pp. 
397-492, 19 figs. 
Treats of a large number of species. 

1153. SMITH, J. B. Report of investigations on the San Jose scale. 

<24th Ann. Rept. N. J. State Bd. Agric., f. 1896-97 (1897), 
pp. 113-134, 17 figs. 
Experiments, and study of predaceous insects. 

1154. SMITH, J. B. The peach borer (Sanninoidea exitiosa Say). 

Experiments with hydraulic cement. <Bull. No. 128, N. J. 
Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1898, pp. 28, 7 figs. 
A general account, especially in regard to remedies. 

1155. SMITH, J. B. Wild cherry as a worm trap. <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 1 January, 1898, p. 4. 
Of no value, besides a home for other pests. 

1156. SMITH, J. B. The wintering of plant-lice. <Orange Judd 

Farmer, 8 January, 1898, 1 fig. <Amer. Agriculturist, 8 
January, 1898, p. 38, 1 fig. 

1157. SMITH. J. B. San Jose scale. <Farm Journal, February, 1898, 

p. 43. 

1158. SMITH, J. B. Greenhouse pests, San Jose scale, and legislation 

vs. insects. <Weekly Florists' Review, 31 March, 1898, 
pp. 736-738. <Gardening, 15 May, 1898, pp. 266-268. 
Treats of a number of species, with remedies. 

1159. SMITH, J. B. Quarantine against injurious insects. <Entom. 

News, April, 1898, pp. 91-95. 



86 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1161. SMITH, J. B. Regulating the San Jose scale by law. <Rural 

New Yorker, 7 May, 1898, p. 341; 21 May, 1898, p. 373; 28 
May, 1898, pp. 383-384. 

1162. SMITH, J. B. Crude petroleum as an insecticide. <Entom. 

News, October, 1898, pp. 200-201. 
Experiments against San Jose scale. 

1163. SMITH, J. B. The distribution of the San Jose scale or perni- 

cious scale in New Jersey. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., 
U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 32-39. 

1164. SMITH, J. B. Quarantine against foreign insects: How far can 

it be effective? <Proc. 19th Ann. Meet. Soc. Prom. Agric. 
Sci., 1898, pp. 90-100. 

1165. SMITH, J. B. The San Jose scale at home. <Rural New 

Yorker, 19 August, 1899, p. 597. 

1166. SMITH, J. B. Crude petroleum as an insecticide. <Bull. No. 

138, N. J. Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 1899, pp. 22, 4 pis. 
Experiments with this substance. 

1167. SMITH, J. B. Three common orchard scales. <Bull. No. 140, 

N, J. Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1899, pp. 16, 9 figs. 
Treats of Mytilaspis pomorum, Chionaspw furfurus, and Aspidiotiis perniciosus. 

1168. SMITH, J. B. Insecticides and parasites. <Rept. N. J. State 

Bd. Agric., 1898-99 (1899), pp. 117-130. 

1169. SOUTHWICK, J. M. Insects. <Rept. R. I. State Bd. Agric. 

f . 1898, pp. 83-94, 6 figs. 

1170. SPAULDING, I. The San Jose scale scare. <Gardening, 1 

March, 1898. <Natl. Nurseryman, 1898, p. 32. <Farm, 
Field and Fireside, 2 April, 1898, p. 423. <Prairie Farmer, 
5 March, 1898, p. 8. 

1171. STACKLAND, K. J. The codlin moth at Cove. <Oreg. Agric. 

and Rural Northwest, 1 June, 1899, p. 275. 

1172. STARK BROS. San Jose scale a bugbear. <Farm Journal, 

March, 1898, p. 74. 

1173. STARNES, H. N. The San Jose and other scales in Georgia. 

<Bull. No. 36, Ga. Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1897, pp. 31, 
20 figs., 1 map. 
Treats of a number of Coccidse. 

1174. STARNES, H. N. Watermelons. <Bull. No. 38, Ga. Agric. 

Exp. Sta. , December, 1897, pp. 80-84, 3 figs. 

Notes on the insect pests Margaronia hyalinata, Aphis gossypii, Diabrotica 
vittata, and Crepidodera cucumeris. 

1175. STARNES, H. N. Fruit culture. <Ann. Rept. Dept. Agric. 

Ga. f. 1898, Vol. XXIV, pp. 377-498. 
Treats of insects on apple, peach, pear, plum, and grape. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 87 

1176. STARXES, H. N. Some peach notes. <Bull. No. 42, Ga. Agric. 

Exp. Sta., March, 1899, pp. 225-229, 7 figs. 
A brief account of the insect enemies of the peach. 

1177. STEDMAN, J. M. The woolly aphis of the apple tree. <Col- 

man's Rural World, 18 February, 1897, p. 51. 

1178. STEDMAX. J. M. Is chinch bug infection a failure? <Col- 

man's Rural World, 4 March, 1897. 

1179. STEDMAX, J. M. .The danger to American houticulture from 

the introduction of injurious insects. <Colman's Rural 
World, 1 April, 1897, p. 99. 

1180. STEDMAX, J. M. San Jose scale in Missouri. <Mo. State 

Hortic. Soc., 1897, pp. 312-317. 

1181. STEDMAX, J. M. The San Jose scale in Missouri. <Bull. No. 

41, Mo. Agric. Exp. Sta., January (February), 1898, pp. 35, 
8 figs. 
A general account, with notes on occurrence in Missouri. 

1182. STEDMAN, J. M. A new orchard pest the f ringed-wing apple- 

bud moth. <Bull. No. 42, Mo. Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1898, 
pp. 36-53, 10 figs. 
Treats of NothrisC?) maligemmella. 

1183. STEDMAX, J. M. A new orchard pest the fringed-wing apple- 

bud moth (Nothris(li} maligemmella n. sp.). <Can. Entom., 
May, 1898, pp. 109-112, 5 figs. 

1184. STEDMAX, J. M. Corn root worm. <St. Louis Journ. Agric., 

12 May, 1898, p. 412. 

1185. STEDMAN, J. M. The woolly-aphis of the apple. <Cir. of 

Information No. 6, Mo. Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1898, pp. 11, 2 
figs. 
Brief general account of Schizoneura lanigera. 

1186. STEDMAX, J. M. The tarnished plant-bug. <Bull. No. 47, Mo. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1899, pp. 77-87, 3 figs. 
General account, with remedies. 

1187. STEDMAN, J. M. The fruit-tree bark-beetle. <Bull. No. 44, 

Mo. Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1898 (April, 1899), pp. 1-12, 
4 figs. 
A full account of Scolt/tus rugulosus. 

1188. STEDMAX, J. M. The common apple-tree and peach-tree borers. 

<Bull. No. 44, Mo. Agric, Exp. Sta., October, 1898 (April, 
1899), pp. 12-19, 3 figs. 
Notes on Sannina exitiosa, Saperda Candida, and CJirysobothris femorata. 

1189. STEELE, F. K. Mosquito's bite. <Meehan's Monthly, Decem- 

ber, 1897, p. 224. 

1190. STEPHEXS, E. F. Protecting from the apple worm. <Nebraska 

Farmer, 4 May, 1899, p. 298. 



88 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1191. STEWART, H. The scab in sheep; its nature, prevention, and 

cure. <Country Gentleman, 22 June, 1899, p. 492. 

1192. STINSON, J. T. Insects. <Bull. No. 43, Ark. Agric. Exp. Sta. , 

pp. 105-1 17, 9 figs. 

Notes on Paleacritavernata, Anisopteryx pometaria, Amphicerus bicaudatus, Des- 
mia maculalis, Fidia viticida, and Thyridopteryx ephemerseformis. 

1193. STONE, G. E., and SMITH, R. E. Nematode worms. <Bull. No. 

55, Mass. Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1898, pp. 67, 12 pis., 2 
figs. 

Account of their injuries to greenhouse plants, life history, and remedies. 

1194. STORMENT, E. L. The white pine Chermes. <20th Ann. Kept. 

State Entom. 111., February, 1898, appendix, pp. iii-xxiv, 2 
pis. 

Full account of Chermes pinicortitis. 

1195. STRONG, S. DE L. VAN RENSSELAER. Two insect pests. <Gar- 

den and Forest, 14 July, 1897, p. 278. 

Note on Phytomyza aquilegise, and the butternut woolly worm (Selandria 
caryse). 

1196. STUBBS, W. C. Analyses of Paris green. <Bull. No. 54, s. s., 

La. Agric. Exp. Sta., February, 1899, pp. 95-104. 
Includes State legislation concerning the sale of Paris green. 

1197. STURGIS, W. C. The spread of the San Jose scale in Connecti- 

cut. <Rept. Conn. Agric. Exp. Sta. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 
282-284. 

1198. STURGIS, W. C. Fir-tree oil as an insecticide. <Garden and 

Forest (No. 487), 1897, p. 249. 

1200. SUMMERS, H. E. The San Jose scale. <Trans. Iowa State 

Hortic. Soc. f. 1898 (1898), pp. 285-288. 
A general article. 

1201. SUMMERS, H. E. Remedy for squash borer. <Orange Judd 

Farmer, 1 April, 1899. 

1202. TAFT, L. R. A new pest. <Michigan Farmer, 29 July, 1897. 

Note on Psylla pyricola. 

1203. TAFT, L. R. Spraying calendar. <Spec. Bull. No. 12, Mich. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1899. 

1204. TAFT, L. R., and GLADDEN, H. P. Strawberry culture. 

<Bull. No. 163, Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1898, 
pp. 57-58. 
Notes on leaf roller and weevil. 

1205. TAYLOR, E. R. The bean weevil. <Prairie Farmer, 6 March, 

1897, p. 4. 

1206. THAYER, E. W. Striped bug; potato bug. <Colman's Rural 

World, 2 September, 1897. 
Advocates use of saltpeter dissolved in water for Diabrotica. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 89 

1207. TILLINGHAST, J. A., and ADAMS, G. E. Suggestions as to spray- 

ing. <Bull. No. 52, R. I. Agric. Exp. Sta., February, 1899, 
pp. 7-48. 
Suitable treatment for various insects. 

1208. TINSLEY, J. D. Aspidiotus ancylm in the Mesilla Valley. 

<S. W. Farm and Orchard, March, 1897. 

1209. TOUMEY, J. W. The date palm. <Bull. No. 29, Ariz. Agric. 

Exp. Sta., June, 1898, pp. 146-148, 1 fig. 
Notes on a few insects injurious to this plant, principally Parlataria victrix. 

1210. TROOP, J. The San Jose scale. <Prairie Farmer, 30 January, 

1897, p. 9. 

1211. TROOP, J. The San Jose scale. <Country Gentleman, 29 

April, 1897. 

1212. TROOP, J. San Jose scale in Indiana. <Prairie Farmer, 23 

October, 1897, p. 9. 

1213. TROOP, J. The San Jose scale in Indiana. Newspaper bulletin. 

<Field, Farm and Fireside, December, 1897. 

1214. TROOP, J. Insecticides, fungicides, and spraying. <Bull. No. 

69, Ind. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1898, pp. 33-40. 
General directions for preparation and use of insecticides. 

1215. TROOP, J. The San Jose and other scale insects, and the Indiana 

nursery -inspection law. <.Bull. No. 78, Ind. Agric. Exp. 
Sta., May, 1899, pp. 45-52, 3 figs. 

Notes on Aspidiotus pernidosus, A. ancylus, Mytilaspis pomorum, and Chionas- 
pisfurfurus. 

1216. VAN DEMAN, H. E. The caprifig and the fig wasp. <Calif. 

Fruit Grower, 25 June, 1898, p. 4. 

1217. VANDERFORD, C. F. Harlequin cabbage-bug. <Tennessee 

Farmer, 30 July, 1898. 

1218. VAN SLYKE, L. L. Report of analyses of Paris green and other 

insecticides. <Bull. No. 165, N. Y. State Agric. Exp. Sta., 
December, 1899. 

1219. W[ ], F. A. The San Jose scale. <Country Gentleman, 

26 October, 1899, p. 853. 

1220. W[ ], G. E. The grain weevils and insects. <Country 

Gentleman, 29 September, 1898, pp. 773-774. 
A general article. 

1221. WALDRON, C. B. Some destructive insects. <Bull. No. 34, N. 

Dak. Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1898, pp. 293-304. 
General notes on various species, principally Melanoplus spretux. 

1222. WALKER, E. The fruit bark beetle, <Southern Farmer and 

Hortic., July, 1898, pp. 214-215. 

Popular article on Scolytus rugulosus. 



90 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1223. WALKER, E. San Jose scale. <Southern Farmer and Hortic. , 

August, 1898, pp. 243-24-4. 
Popular article on this pest. 

1224. WALKER, E. The apple twig borer. <Cotton Planter, 21 

April, 1899. 
Treats of Amphicerus bicaudatm. 

1225. WARREN, B. H. The army worm. <Ann. Kept. Pa. Agric. 

Exp. Sta. f. 1896 (1897), pp. 164-220, 8 pis. 

Treats also of birds eating the army worm; loss by worm in the State at 
least $300,000. 

1226. WAUGH, F. A. A report on the occurrence of the cabbage 

root maggot. <Rept. Vt. Agric. Exp. Sta. f. 1896 (1897), 
pp. 116-119. 
Treats of Phorbia brassicse. 

1227. WAUGH, F. A. Insects and pollination. Report of the horti- 

culturist. <llth Ann. Kept. Vt. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 
1899, pp. 245-247. 

Insects visiting plum blossoms. 

1228. WEBB, W. Report on San Jose scale. <Trans. Penin. Hortic. 

Soc., February, 1898, pp. 114-115. 

1229. WEBBER, H. J. More on the white fly. <Fla. Farmer and 

Fruit Grower, 20 March, 1897. 

1230. WEBBER, H. J. Warfare against scale insects. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 28 August, 1897, p. 4; 4 September, 1897, p. 4. 
Deals chiefly with certain fungous parasites of scale insects. 

1231. WEBBER, H. J. Notes on orange diseases in Florida. <Rural 

Calif., September, 1897, pp. 321-322. 
Notes on Penthalodes mytilaspidis, the purple or hairy mite. 

1232. WEBBER, H. J. Sooty mold of the orange and its treatment. 

<Bull. No. 13, Div. of Physiol. and Path., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
1897, pp. 34, 5 pis. 
Treats of fungi affecting Aleyrodes citri and Ceroplastes floridemw. 

1233. WEBSTER, F. M. Report of the entomologist. <15th Ann. 

Rept. Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., f. 1886 (1897), pp. xxxii-xxxvi. 

Brief notes on several insects. 

1234. WEBSTER, F. M. Address on San Jose scale. <Agric. Rept. 

Ohio f. 1896 (1897), pp. 259-260. 

1235. WEBSTER, F. M. Chinch bug and Hessian fly. <Agric. Rept. 

Ohio f . 1896 (1897), pp. 489^195, 4 maps. 

1236. WEBSTER, F. M. Address on the San Jose scale. <Proc. 52d 

Ann. State Agric. Conv., Columbus, Ohio, January 14, 1897. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 91 

1237. WEBSTER, F. M. The chinch bug and other destructive insects. 

<Bull. No. 77, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., February, 1897, pp. 
33-52, 11 figs. 

Besides the chinch bug, notes on Agrilus sinuatus, Diplosis pyrivora, Zeuzera 
pyrina, and Ceutorhynchus rapse. 

1238. WEBSTER, F. M. The 17-year locust in Ohio. <Ohio Farmer, 

20 May, 1897, p. 40, 1 rnap. 
Expected occurrence in the State. 

1239. WEBSTER, F. M. The San Jose scale in Ohio. <Bull. No. 81, 

Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1897, pp. 177-212, 13 figs. 

1240. WEBSTER, F. M. The Hessian fly. <Ohio Farmer, 2 Septem- 

ber, 1897, p. 157, 1 map. 

1241. WEBSTER, F. M. Brood XV of Cicada septendedm in Ohio. 

<Can. Entom., October, 1897, pp. 225-229. 
Distribution of Brood XV in Ohio in 1897. 

1242. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 14 

October, 1897, p. 288. 

Notes on Lyguspratentis, Sannina exitiosa, Selandria cerasi, Schizura uniforms, 
and rat-tail maggot. 

1243. WEBSTER, F. M. Applied entomology, No. 1. <Ohio Far- 

mer, 28 October, 1897, p. 336. 

1244. WEBSTER, F. M. The periodical cicada, or so-called seventeen- 

year locust, in Ohio. <Bull. No. 87, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., 
November, 1897, pp. 37-68, 11 figs. 
Distribution in Ohio, habits, natural enemies, etc. 

1245. WEBSTER, F. M. The San Jose scale" and the periodical cicada. 

<Newspaper bulletin, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 
1897, pp. 2. 

1246. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 11 

November, 1897, p. 363. 
Notes on bagworm, bean weevil, fruit bark beetle, and Diplosis tritici. 

1247. WEBSTER, F. ]V{. Applied entomology, No. 2. <Ohio Farmer, 

18 November, 1897, p. 383. 

1248. WEBSTER, F. M. Wheat midge or red weevil, No. 1. <Ohio 

Farmer, 9 December, 1897, p. 447. No. 2, ibid. , 16 December, 
1897, p. 467. 
Treats of Diplosis tritici. 

1249. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology for farmers, No. 4. <Ohio 

Farmer, 30 December, 1897, p. 511. 
Treats of a few common insects. 

1250. WEBSTER, F. M. Report of committee on entomology. <Ohio 

State Hortic. Soc., 1897, pp. 62-67, 1 fig. 

Notes on Melanoplus bivittatus, (Enectra distincta, Crioceris asparagi, Teras 
minuta, Lina scripla, Murgantia histrio>iica, and Aspidiotus pernidosus. 



92 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1251. WEBSTER, F. M. The present and future of applied entomology 

in America. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., 1897, pp. 5-15. 

1252. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology for farmers, No. 5. <Ohio 

Farmer, 13 January, 1898, p. 23. 
Treats of some common insects. 

1253. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 3 Feb- 

ruary, 1898, p. 83. 
Notes on wireworms. 

1254. WEBSTER, F. M. Some recent additions to the insect fauna of 

Ohio. <Can. Entom.. April, 1898, pp. 78-81, 1 tig. 
Notes on Diaspis amygdali and Lecanium armeniacum. 

1255. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 7 

April, 1898, p. 279. 
Notes on grasshoppers, katydids, and melon borer. 

1256. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 12 May, 1898, 

p. 383. 

Hoplia trifasdaia on cherry trees, use of pure kerosene, and oyster-shell 
bark louse. 

1257. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 19 May, 1898, 

p. 403. 
Notes on clover-leaf weevil and scurvy bark louse. 

1258. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 9 June, 1898, 

p. 463. 

Notes on spraying tobacco insects, legislation, Cecropia moth, and flea- 
beetles on potatoes. 

1259. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 16 June, 1898, 

p. 485. 
Notes on Anthrenus scrophulariss. 

1260. WEBSTER, F. M. The importation of the San Jose scale 

(Aspidiotus perniciosus) from Japan. <Can. Entom. , July, 
1898, pp. 169-172. 

1261. WEBSTER, F. M. Peach borer and leaf curl. <Michigan Far- 

mer, 2 July, 1898, p. 15. 

1262. WEBSTER, F. M. Balance wheels in nature. <Ohio Farmer, 

18 August, 1898, p. 217. 

1263. WEBSTER, F. M. . Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 1 September, 

1898, p. 143. 

Notes on Chionaspis fur/urus, Siphonophora avense, Mytilaspis pomorum, and 
Aphis maidi-radicis. 

1264. WEBSTER, F. M. Answers to inquiries. <Ohio Farmer, 15 

September, 1898, p. 183. 

1265. WEBSTER, F. M. Answers to inquiries. <Ohio Farmer, 21 

September, 1898, p. 203, 2 figs. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 93 

1266. WEBSTER, F. M. Balance wheel in nature, No. 4. <Ohio 

Farmer, 13 October, 1898, p. 263. 

1267. WEBSTER, F. M. Answers to inquiries. <Ohio Farmer, 10 

November, 1898, p. 343. 

1268. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 24 

November, 1898, p. 383. 

1269. WEBSTER, F. M. The chinch bug. <Bull. No. 15, Div. Ent., 

U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898, pp. 82, 19 figs. 
A full account of the insect, 

1270. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 1 

/December, 1898, p. 487. 

1271. WEBSTER, F. M. Distribution of Broods XXII, V, and VIII 

of Cicada septendedm in Indiana. <Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 
f. 1898, 3pp., 1 fig. 

1272. WEBSTER, F. M. Report of the committee on entomology. 

<Ann. Kept. Ohio State Hortic. Soc. f. 1898, pp. 10, 6 figs. 
Notes on Rlissus leucopterus, Eudemis botrana, Ampeloglypter sesostri*, Aphis 
prunicola, Aspidiotus pernitiosus, Aphis prunifolite, and ladybirds. 

1273. WEBSTER, F. M. Some economic features of international 

entomology. <29th Ann. Kept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, 1898 
(1899), pp. 28-35. 

1274. WEBSTER, F. M. Some recent developments in the San Jose 

scale problem in Ohio. <Proc. 19th Ann. Meet. Soc. Prom. 
Agric. Sci., f. 1898 (1899), pp. 112-119. 
Use of pure kerosene, whale-oil soaps, and hydrocyanic-acid gas. 

1275. WEBSTER, F. M. The San Jose scale problem in Ohio. <Bull. 

No. 103, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1899, pp. 185-200, 
4 figs. 

1276. WEBSTER, F. M. The chinch bug. <Bull. No. 106, Ohio 

Agric. Exp. Sta. , April, 1899, pp. 237-248, 6 figs. 

1277. WEBSTER, F. M. Experiments with insecticides. <Bull. No. 

106, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1899, pp. 248-256. 

1278. WEBSTER, F. M. The Hessian fly. <Bull. No. 107, Ohio 

Agric. Exp. Sta,, May, 1898, pp. 257-288. 

1279. AVEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 25 May, 1899, 

p. 449. 

Notes on .l/////^.s^/.s jtomorum, Scolytm rugulosus, Anomala lucicola, and Ithy- 
cems voveboracensix. 

1280. WEBSTER, F. M. Crane flies. <Ohio Farmer, 25 May, 1899, 

p. 433, 1 fig. 

1281. WEBSTER, F. M. Fatal temperature for Diaspis amygdali 

Tryon. <Can. Entom., June, 1899, p. 130. 



94 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1282. WEBSTER, F. M. Winter breeding of DioJbrotica vittata in 

forcing houses. <Can. Entom., June, 1899, p. 136. 

1283. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 20 June. 

1899, p. 533. 
Notes on Myzus cerasi, Mytilaspis pomorum, and Lecanium anncniacum. 

1284. WEBSTER, F. M. The tobacco flea-beetle (Epitrix jw/r/v/A/) 

attacking tobacco in barn. <Can. Entom., July, 1899, pp. 
194-195. 

1285. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 20 July, 

1899, p. 46. 
Notes on white grubs and cutworms. 

1286. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 27 July, 1899, 

p. 62. 
Notes on Colopha ulmicola, Thalessa lunator, and grasshoppers. 

1287. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 3 August, 

1899, p. 78. 
Notes on Bruchus pin, Melittia ceto, and grasshoppers. 

1288. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 24 August, 

1899, p. 123. 
White grubs destroyed by skunks. 

1289. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 31 August, 

1899, p. 152. 

Notes on Diabrotica vittata, Calandra granaria, Cicada septendecim, and Telea 
polyphemus. 

1290. WEBSTER, F. M. Lady beetles, No. 1. <Ohio Farmer, 7 

September, 1899, p. 172, 3 figs. 

1291. WEBSTER, F. M. Some unappreciated friends of the farmer. 

<Ohio Farmer, 14 September, 1899, p. 192. 

1292. WEBSTER, F. M. Entomology. <Ohio Farmer, 28 Septem- 

ber, 1899, p. 232. 

Notes on bisulphide of carbon for stored-grain insects, San Jose scale, and oil 
beetle. 

1293. WEBSTER, F. M. Some unseen friends. <Ohio Farmer, 1899; 

5 October, p. 252; 12 October, p. 272; 19 October, p. 294; 
26 October, p. 318; 23 November, p. 404; 28 December, p. 

518. 
Deals with beneficial insects, insectivorous birds, skunks, and toads. 

1294. WEBSTER, F. M. Answers to inquiries. <Ohio Farmer, 26 

October, 1899, p. 318. 
Notes on Ceresa bubalus and Schizoneura lanigera. 

1295. WEBSTER, F. M. Insectary and office methods. <Bull. No. 

20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1899, pp. 
46-53. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 95 

1296. WEBSTER, F. M. An interesting outbreak of chinch bug in 

northern Ohio. <Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. 
Agric., November, 1899, pp. 55-56. 

1297. WEBSTER, F. M. Answers to inquiries. <Ohio Farmer, 2 

November, 1899, p. 340. 
Notes on fall army worm. 

1298. WEBSTER, F. M. Fall treatment of insects. <Press Bull. No. 

200, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta. , 6 November, 1899, 2 pp. <Ohio 
Farmer, 9 November, 1899, p. 360. 
Notes on treatment for Hessian fly and chinch bug. 

1299. WEBSTER, F. M. Fall plowing vs. white grubs and wire worms. 

<Press Bull. No. 201, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., 13 November, 
1899, 2 pp. 

1300. WEBSTER, F. M. Inquiries answered. <Ohio Farmer, 16 

November, 1899, p. 382. 

1301. WEBSTER, F. M. Answers to inquiries. <Ohio Farmer, 30 

November, 1899, p. 426. 
Note on Papilio turnus. 

1302. WEBSTER, F. M. The clover root borer. <Bull. No. 112, Ohio 

Agric. Exp. Sta., December, 1899, pp. ' 143-149, 1 pi. 
Treats of Hylastes obscurus. 

1303. WEBSTER, F. M., and MALLY, C. W. Insects of the year in 

Ohio. <Bull. No. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 

1897, pp. 40-45. 

Brief notes on various common species. 

1304. WEBSTER, F. M., and MALLY, C. W. The army worm and other 

insects. <Bull. No. 96, Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta., September, 

1898, pp. 26, 4 pis. 

Treats of Leucania unipuncta, Pachynematus extensicornis, Dolerus arvensis, D. 
collaris, Heliothis armiger, Cyllene pictus, Oberea bimaculata, and Diaspis amyg- 
dali. 

1305. WEBSTER, F. M., and MALLY, C. W. Insects of the year in 

Ohio. <Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
November, 1898, pp. 98-102. 

1306. WEBSTER, F. M., and MALLY, C. W. Insects of the year in 

Ohio. <Bull. No. 20, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 
November, 1899, pp. 68-73. 

1307. WEED, C. M. The canker worm. <Bull. No. 44, N. H. Agric. 

Exp. Sta., April, 1897, pp. 32-41, 7 figs. 

1308. WEED, C. M. The golden-eye or lace-wing fly. <Amer. Nat., 

June, 1897, pp. 500-502, 1 fig. 

1309. WEED, C. M. The insect record for 1897. <9th Ann. Kept. 

N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1898, pp. 139-145, 8 figs. 
Notes on tent caterpillars, cankerworms, apple worms, squash bugs, and 
oyster-shell bark louse. 



96 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1310. WEED, C. M. The winter food of the chickadee. <Bull. No. 

54, N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta., June, 1898, pp. 85-98, 11 figs. 

1311. WEED, C. M. The feeding habits of the chipping sparrow. 

<Bull. No. 55, N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta., July, 1898, pp. 101- 
110, 1 fig. 

1312. WEED, C. M. The insects eaten by birds I. < Agric. Educa- 

tion, September, 1898. 

1313. WEED, C. M. Notes on tent-caterpillars. <Bull. No. IT, n. s.. 

Div. Ent., IT. S. Dept. Agric., November, 1898 , pp. 76-78. 

1314. WEED, C. M. Department of entomology. <Bull. No. 59, 

N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta., November, 1898, p. 199. 
Notes on Clisiocampa americana, Vanessa antiopa, Hyphantria cunea, Edema 
albifrons, Samia cecropm, Actias luna, Macrodactylus subspinosus, Fieri* ni/>ii', 
Bruchus obtectus, and raupenleim. 

1315. WEED, C. M. The forest tent caterpillar. <Bull. No. 64, N. H. 

Agric, Exp. Sta., April, 1899, pp. 75-98, 14 figs. 

1316. WEED, C. M. American tent caterpillar. <Amer. Agricul- 

turist, 13 May, 1899, p. 615. 

1317. WEED, C. M. The forest tent caterpillar. <Sci. Amer. Supp., 

24 June, 1899, p. 19640-19641, 5 figs. 

1318. WEED, C. M. The spiny elm caterpillar. <Bull. No. 67, N. H. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., October, 1899, pp. 125-141, 14 figs. 
Treats of Vanessa antiopa. 

1319. WEED, C. M., and FISKE, W. F. Notes on spruce bark-beetles. 

<Bull. No. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept, Agric., Novem- 
ber, 1898, pp. 67-69. 
Damage by Dendroctonus rufipennis. 

1320. WEED, H. E. The Colorado potato beetle in Mississippi. 

<Bull. No. 41, Miss. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 1897, pp. 
185-190. 

1321. WEED, H. E. The harlequin cabbage bug. <Prairie Farmer, 

1 May, 1897, p. 9. 

1322. WEED, H. E. Remedies for cutworms. <OrangeJudd Farmer, 

15 May, 1897. 

1323. WEED, H. E. Killing cabbage worms. <Gardening, '2'2 Ma\ . 

1897. 

1324. WEED, H. E. The striped cucumber beetle. <Gardening, 22 

May, 1897. 

1325. WEED, H. E. Spiking for profit. <Griffin, Ga., Hortic. 

Publ. Co., 1899, pp. 72, 16 figs. 

1326. WEEKS, H. C. The extermination of the mosquito. <Sci. 

Amer. Supp., 20 May, 1899, pp. 19564-19565. 
A general account of the various remedies. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 97 

1327. WELLES, C. S. Destructive work of Daremma catalpce. 

<Entom. News, December, 1898, pp. 233-235, 1 pi. 

1328. WHATELY, W. White arsenic as a substitute for Paris green. 

<Southern Planter, April, 1899, pp. 180-181. 

1329. [WiCKSON, E. J.] What can be done for Diabrotica ? <Pacific 

Rural Press, 22 May, 1897, p. 326. 

1330. [ WICKSON, E. J.] What can be done with tire woolly aphis? 

<Pacific Rural Press, 19 February, 1898, p. 117. 

1331. [WICKSON, E. J.J Red spider. <Pacific Rural Press, 21 May, 

1898, p. 325. 

1332. [WICKSON, E. J.] The vine hopper. <Pacific Rural Press, 2 

July, 1898, p. 3. 

1333. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Grasshoppers in the orchard. <Pacific 

Rural Press, 9 July, 1898, p. 19. 
1334:. [WICKSON, E. J.] The rose beetle in Texas. < Pacific Rural 

Press, 9 July, 1898, p. 19. 
Xote on Ifacrodadylus subspinosus. 

1335. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Worms in tomatoes. <Pacific Rural Press, 

I October, 1898, p. 219. 
Note on Heliothis armiger. 

1336. [WICKSON, E. J.] Pea or bean weevil. <Pacific Rural Press, 

22 October, 1898, p. 267. 

1337. [WICKSON, E. J.] Killing fleas in dwellings. <Pacific Rural 

Press, 29 October, 1898, p. 283. 

1338. [WICKSON, E. J.] Brown apricot scale. <Pacific Rural Press, 

19 November, 1898, p. 331. 

1339. [WICKSON, E. J.] Treatment for the peach moth. <Paciflc 

Rural Press, 24 December, 1898, p. 411. 

1340. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Carrying the codlin moth. <Pacilic Rural 

Press, 14 January, 1899, p. 19. 

1341. [ WICKSON, E. J.] For the peach moth. <Pacific Rural Press, 

II February, 1899, p. 83. 

1342. [W T iCKSON, E. J.] To escape borers. <Pacific Rural Press, 18 

March, 1899, p. 163. 

1343. [WICKSON, E. J.] Cutworm moths. <Pacific Rural Press, 22 

April, 1899, p. 243. 

1344. [W r icKSON, E. J.] Band treatment for codlin moth. <Pacific 

Rural Press, 5 May, 1899, p. 275. 

1345. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Lecanium scale on prune. <Pacitic Rural 

Press, 6 May, 1899, p. 275. 
Occurrence of Lecanium pruinosum. 
1450701 7 



98 BIBLIOGRAPHY -OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 



[WicKSOX, E. J.] Cactus juice for red spider. <Pacific Rural 

Press, 13 May; 1899, p. 291. 
T347.'t"WlcKSON, E. J.J Olive twig and vine cane borer. <Pacific 

Rural Press, 20 May, 1899, p. 307. 
Note oh Polycaon confertus. 

1348. [WICKSON, E. J.] False chinch bug. <Pacific Rural Press, 20 
May, 1899, p. 307. 

Note on Nysius destructor. 
,1349. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Brown apricot scale. <Pacific Rural Press, 

3 Jane, 1899, p. 339. 
1350. [WICKSON, E. J.] Cabbage worms. <Pacific Rural Press, 3 

June, 1899, p. 339. 

.. 1351. [WICKSON, E. J.] Crown borer of the peach. <Pacific Rural 
Press, 10, June, 1899. 

1352. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Cabbage lice. <Pacific Rural Press, 17 

June, 1899, p. 371. 

1353. [WICKSON, E. J.] Spraying for red spider. <Pacific Rural 

Press, 17 June, 1899, p. 371. 

1354. [ WICKSON, E. J.] The Hessian fly. <Pacific Rural Press, 24 

June, 1899. 

1355. [WICKSON, E. J.] The oak worm. <Pacific Rural Press, 1 

July, 1899, p. 3. 
Note on Phryganidea calif ornica. 

11356. [ WICKSON, E. J.] Ticks on fowls. <Pacific Rural Press, 12 
August, 1899, p. 99. 

1357. [WICKSON, E. J.] The yellow mite. <Pacific Rural Press, 19 

August, 1899, p. 118. 

1358. [WICKSON, E. J.] Brown apricot scale at Healdsburg. <Pa- 

cific Rural Press, 9 September, 1899. 

1359. [WICKSON, E. J.] A cypress borer. <Paciiic Rural Press, 

21 October, 1899, p. 259. 
Note on Phlceosinus cristatus. 

1360. [WICKSON, E. J.] Woolly aphis on nursery stock. < Pacific 
" Rural Press, 23 December, 1899. 

1361. WIDLAKE, W. Insect extermination. <Amer. Miller, 1 Octo- 

ber, 1897. 

1362. WILCOX, E. V. The grain aphis. <Bull. No. 17, Mont. Agric. 

Exp. Sta., April, 1898, pp. 1-9. 
General account, with remedies for Siphonophora avenue. 

1363. WILCOX, E. V. An army cutworm. <Bull. No. 17, Mont. 

Agric. Exp. Sta., April, 1898, pp. 10-18, 2 figs. 
An account of an outbreak of Chorizagrotis agrestis. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 99 

1364. WILLICOMBE,.G. Remedies for orange insects. <Fla. Farmer 

and Fruit Grower, 31 December, 1898. 

1365. WILLSON, J. M. Spraying the orchard. <Agrie. Epitomlst, 

June, 1899. 

1366. WOOD, C. D. Shot-borer or pear blight beetle. <Amer. 

Agriculturist, 24 July, 1897, p. 78. 

1367. WOOD, E. M. Rose pests. <Weekly Florists' Review, 17 

August, 1899, pp. 284-286. <Amer. Florist, 23 September, 
1899, pp. 222-223. 
Treats of a number of species. 

1368. WOODS, A. F. The bulb mite. <Florists' Exchange, 23 April, 

1898, pp. 430-431, 1 fig. 

Notes on habits and remedies for Rhizoglyphus spinitarsus. 

1369. WOODS, C. D. The locust tree borer. <Farm and Home, 1 

September, 1898. 
Notes on Cyllene robinise. 

1370. WOODS, P. T. Insects affecting poultry. <Farm-Poultry, 1899, 

15 January, p. 24; 1 February, p. 51; 15 February, pp. 
63-64; 1 March, pp. 84-85; 15 March, pp. 102-103; 1 April, 
pp. 127-128. 
Notes on insects and mites that affect poultry. 

1371. WOODWARD, J. S. Heading off cankerworms. <Rural New 

Yorker, 24 April, 1897, p. 275. 

1372. WOODWORTH, C. W. Vine hopper. <Pacific Rural Press, 22 

May, 1897, p. 326. 

1373. WOODWORTH, C. W. Remedies for insects and fungi. <Rept. 

Agric. Exp. Sta. Univ. Calif., March, 1898, pp. 213-231. 

1374. WOODWORTH, C. W. Scale problem in California. <Pacific 

Rural Press, 12 November, 1898, pp. 316-317. 

1375. WOODWORTH, C. W. Scale problem. <Rept. State Bd. Hortic. 

Oreg. f. 1897-98 (1899), pp. 371-374, 1 pi. 

1376. WOODWORTH, C. W., and COLBY, G. E. Paris green for the 

codling moth. <Bull. No. 126, Calif. Agric. Exp. Sta., 
December, 1899. pp. 40, 2 figs. 
A study of Paris green, especially as to purity, etc. 

1377. WOOLSON, G. T. Plant pests in the window. <Amer. Agri- 

culturist, 22 January, 1898, p. 94. 

1378. - . Codlin moth and spraying. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 

1 April, 1897, p. 4. 

1379. - . Insect pests and sprat's. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 19 

February, 1898. 
Treats of California peach-tree borer. 



100 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 

1380. WOOLSON, G. T. Codlin moth. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 19 

March, 1898, p. -i. 

1381. . The red spider. <Calif. Fruit Grower, 20 August, 

1898, p. 4. 

1382. . [Red-spider remedies.] <Calif. Fruit Grower, 24 

June, 1899. 
1383. . Mexican orange maggot in California. <Calif. Fruit 

Grower, 25 November, 1899. 



INDEX. 



Abraxia grossulariata, 564. 
Acanthia=Klinophilus. 
Acridium frontalis, 604. 
shoshone, 604. 
Acronycta oblinita, 127. 
(species), 761. 
Actias luna, 761, 1314. 
Adalia bipunctata, 299, 356. 
Adiastola americana, 536. 
Adimonia cavicolIis=Galerucella. 
femoralis, 765. 
rufosanguinea, 816. 
Adorctus umbrosns, 222. 
^Egeria tipuliformis=Sesia. 
Agrilus anxius, 139, 340, 1112. 

bilineatus, 107, 109, 487, 516, 021. 
iriterruptus, 487. 
ruficollis. 765. 
sinuatus, 43, 765, 1237. 
Agromyza ameiventris, 1306. 
simplex, 127. 
(species), 204. 
Agrotis annexa=Feltia. 

clandestina = Noc tua . 
fennica=Noctua. 
messoria=Carneades. 
oc h rogaster = Carneades. 
saucia = Peridromia. 
scandens = Carneades. 
subgothica=Feltia. 
ypsilon, 127, 584, 630, 761, 890, 982. 
Aletia xylina, 582, 773, 959. 
Aleurodes citri, 247, 1229, 1230, 1232. 
ruborum, 891. 
sp., 832. 
tabaci, 584. 

vaporariorum, 65, 247. 
Allocota thyridopterigis, 536. 
Allorhina mutabilis, 192. 

nitida, 467, 548, 555, 765, 893, 1152, 1303. 
Alsophila pometaria, 64, 77, 91, 258, 496, 740, 761, 

867, 1192, 1307, 1309. 
Alypia octomaculata, 466, 761. 
Amblyomma unipunctata, 820, 833, 834. 
Ambrosia beetles, 593. 
Ammophila pruinosa, 500. 
Amorphota orgyiae, 536. 
Ampeloglypter sesostris, 765, 1272. 
Ampelophaga myron=Everyx. 
Amphicerus bicaudatua, 43, 60, 77, 162, 466, 765,867, 

893, 1192, 1224. 
Amphion nessus, 761. 
Amphipyra pyramidoides, 761. 
Anabrus simplex, 604. 
Anametis grisea, 765. 
Anaphes gracilis, 632. 



Anarsia lineatella, 93. 206, 207, 214, 259, 262, 269, 

407, 463, 465, 761. 782, 1339, 1341, 1351. 
pruinella, 782. 
Anasa armigera, 148. 
Anasa tristis,34,147,345, 369, 414, 466, 477, 478, 892, 

893,924,1145,1146,1309. 
Angerona crocataria, 761. 
Anisopteryx pometaria=Alsophila. 
vernata, see Paleacrita. 
Anisota rubicunda, 837. 
senatoria, 761. 
Anomala binotata, 765. 

lucicola, 765,1279. 
marginata, 765. 
minuta, 765. 
undulata, 1305. 
Anthonomus grandis, 22,535,543,565, 695, 768, 769, 

770,771,772,773,907,933. 
nigrinus, 123. 
quadrigibbus, 67, 77, 189, 414, 765, 796, 

874. 
signatus, 106, 110, 129, 625, 632, 646, 



suturalis, 765. 
Anthrenus scrophularise, 243, 279, 3%, 405, 466, 495, 

650, 721, 742, 1259. 
verbasci, 115. 
Anthribus cornutus, 765. 
Ants, 53, 200, 247, 293, 2%, 351, 405, 466, 582, 622, 741 

962, 1109, 1129, 1130. 
Aonidia auranti, 775, 1094, 1173. 

fusca, 528. 
Apanteles carpatus, 121. 

congregates, 449. 
delicatus, 536. 
ephestise, 121. 
hyphantriae, 536. 
parorgyise, 532. 
Aphelinus fuscipennis, 632, 1138. 

mytilaspidis,632. 
Aphididse, 52,67, 98, 299, 391, 502, 612, 622, 729, 753, 

1088, 1156, 1221, 1367, 1373. 
Aphis brassicse, 418,419, 421, 466, 502, 623, 625, 632, 

744,893,920,1066,1352. 
chrysanthemicola, 1078. 
cucumeris= A. gossypii. 
forbesi, 646,878,879. 
gossypii, 127, 345, 466, 623, 625, 632, 646, 892, 

893, 920, 924, 1071, 1138, 1141, 1174. 
maidi-radicis, 1263. 

mali, 77,91, 257,300,395,419,421,455,465, 466, 
495, 496, 502, 720, 742, 796, 822, 867, 1029, 1044, 
1054,1116. 
persicse-niger, 89, 414, 455, 623, 625, 630, 867, 

958. 
prunicola, 632,636,646,867,1272. 

101 



102 



INDEX. 



Aphis primifolise. 206,221,258,418,802,1272. 
ribis=My/us. 
rumicis, 358. 
sp., 502. 

tobacco for, 798. 
Aphodius granarins, 765. 

inquinatus, 1267. 
Aphycus pulvinaria?, 523. 
Apion apricans, 564. 
segnipes, 531. 

Aplastomorpha prattii, 132. 
Apple borer, 796,1083. 

insects,- 43, 77, 91,496, 796, 905, 1175. 
peculiar damage to, 550. 
stocks, resistant, 699. 
Aramigus fulleri, 247, 765. 
Archenomus bicolot, 544, 1305. 
Archips argyrospila, 258, 466, 761. 
cerasivorana, 489, 761. 
excessana, 529. 
parallela, 761. 
responsana,529. 
rosaceana, 247, ^56, 741, 761. 
semiferana, 83, 466. 
Argas americana, 1370. 
Argyresthia conjugella, 418,421. 
Arilus cristatus, 328,950. 
Aropcerus fasciculatus, 120,948. 
Arphia tenebrosa, 74. 
Arrhenophagus chionaspidis, 1305. 
Arsenate of lead, 346, 359, 393, 660, 663, 669, 868, 1137. 
Arsenic and animals, 719. 
Arsenicals and lime, 781. 

on tobacco, 584. 
Arsenite of copper, 785. 

of lime, 1113. 
Artace punctistriga, 819. 
Asecodes albitarsis, 532, 536. 
Aspidiotus albopunctatus, 222. 

ancylus, 1, 171, 181, 202, 233, 403, 459, 466, 

628, 749, 752, 831, 851, 867, 1208, 1215. 
andromelas, 181,233. 
aurantii=Aonidia. 
bambusarum, 233. 
biformis, 173,233. 
camelliae, 222, 1173. 
convexus, 181, 
cyanophylli, 233. 
destructor, 233. 
duplex, 222. 
fernaldi, 202,851. 
flcus, 222, 247, 831, 1173, 1230. 
forbesi, 176, 181, 202, 516, 597, 624, 628, 

831,851,874,992,995. 
greeni, 232. 
hederse, 247,831,995. 
howardi, 181,459. 
juglans-regise, 181, 403, 502, 991, 992, 

1173. 

nerii=A. hederse. 
osborni, 831. 

ostreseformis, 788,791,851,977. 
ostreffiformis, parasites of, 544. . 
perniciosus, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 
16,20,23,27,28,29,31, 36, 37, 38, 42,43, 
61, 62, 67, 69, 70, 71, 77, 89, 100, 104, 166, 
167, 181, 186, 192,202,206,208,216,218, 



Aspidiotus perniciosus Continued. 

219, 237, 238, 244,253,257,263,274,280, 
286, 287, 292, 313,335,339,341,391,395, 
402, 403, 415, 417,418,419,421,423,424, 
426, 427, 428, 429,430,431,432,434,435, 
451, 455, 459, 466,472,480,484,498,602, 
509, 514, 515, 528,546,547,569,591,596, 
597, 598, 610, 611,613,614,617,618,621, 
622, 625, 628, 632, 646, &55, (564, 685, 686, 
730, 734, 741, 743,745,748,752,775,790, 
795, 805, 810, 813,831,836,838,845,848, 
849, 865, 866, 867,871,881,907,912,917, 
928, 931, 932, 955,960,991,992,993,991, 
995, 1007, 1035, 1064, 1065, 1073, 1094, 
1124, 1138, 1149, 1151, 1152, 1153, 1158, 
1160, 1161, 1162, 1163, 1164, 1165, 1167, 
1170, 1172, 1173, 1176, 1179, 1180, 1181, 
1197, 1200, 1210, 1211,1212, 1213, 1219, 
1223, 1228, 1234, 1236, 1239, 1245, 1260, 
1272, 1274, 1275, 1292, 1303, 1375. 
perniciosus, disease of, 208, 3%, 435, 
518, 546, 605, 614,632,767,906,911,912, 
913, 1138, 1150, 1152, 1207, 1250. 
persearum,233. 
personatus, 233. 
rapax,181,831. 
I rossi.222,232. 

scutiformis, 233. 
secretus, 233. 
simillimus, 233. 
sphseroides, 222. 
(species), 181. 
tenebricosus, 1173. 
townsendi, 192. 
uvae.104,851. 

Aspiclisca splendoriferella, 77,761,868. 
Aster, black beetle on, 41. 
Asterodiaspis, see Planchonia. 
Asterolecanium oncidii, 233. 

pustulans=Planchonia. 
Ataxia crypta, 948. 
Athysanus (species), 842. 
Attacus cecropia=Platysamia. 
columba, 83. 
promethea=Callosamia. 
Attagenus piceus, 115, 352, 405. 
Aulacaspis bromeliae, 233. 
Automeris io, 582, 761. 
Azotus marchali, 544. 

Bacterial disease of chinch bug, 429, 1178, 1269. 
Balaninus caryatrypes, 765, 880. 
proboscoideus, 741. 
rectus, 741. 
Barium arsenate, 670. 
Bathythrix meteori, 536. 

pimplse, 532, 536. 
Bats and insects, 505. 
Beans, insects injurious to, 164. 
Beech insects, 487. 
Bees affecting poultry, 1370. 

and alfalfa, 602. 

fertilizing plums, 189, 1227. 

injuring grapes, 282, 811. 

use to horticulture, 1061, 1134. 
Bembecia marginata, 761, 1100. 
Beneficial insects, 583, 930, 1262, 1273, 1291, 1293. 



INDEX. 



103 



Hrnoficiii 



f, -570, 572, 5*3, 



Biston ypsilon. 701. 

Bisulphide of carbon, see Carbon bisulphide. 
Bittacus pilicornis, 531. 
Blastothrix longipennis, 523. 
Dlennocampa pygmaea, 43, . 
Blupliarida rhois, 765. 

Bl issus leucopterus, 79, 265, 429, 453, 580, 599, 732, 741 , 
742, 749, 797, 817, 891, 1060, 1178, 1235, 1237, 1269, 
1272, 1276, 1296, 1298, 1303. 
Blister beetles, 3, 418, 554, 607, 965, 973. 
Boarmia plumigeraria, 203. 
Bombyx mori, 1056. 
Bookworms, 25. 

Boophilus bovis=Rhipicephalus annulatus. 
Bordeaux mixture, 60,220,361,1081. 
Borer, 91, 683, 1017, 1018, 1026, 1106, 1342, 1373. 
Brachyrhynchus grannlatus, 1303. 
Brachys (species), 487. 
Brachytarsus alteratus, 885. 
Brochymena annulata, 868. 
Bruchobius laticollis, 132. 
Bruchophagus funebris, 515, 868. 
Bruchus chinensis, 116, 164, 1042. 

lentis, 164. 

obsoletus, 531. 

obtectus, 116, 117, 164, 199, 255, 336, 419, 
421, 1205, 1246, 1314. 

pisi, 164, 264, 418, 419, 421, 466, 706, 765, 
1287, 1336. 

quadrimaculatus, 116, 164. 

rufimanus, 164. 
Bryobia pratensis, 192, 206, 459, 466, 607, 776, 943, 

981, 1055. 

Bucculatrix pomifoliella, 4%, 761, 
Buprestid injury to white pine, 515. 
Byturus unicolor, 335, 341, 765. 

Cabbage worms, 30, 561, 1350. 

Caccecia=Archips. 

Cactus juice for red spider. 1346. 

Caddice fly, 338, 494. 

Calandra granaria, 406, 640, 722, 941, 1289. 

oryzse, 584, 632, 835, 941, 1220. 
Caliroa obsoletum, 226, 819. 
Callidium janthinum, 508. 
Calliphora vomitoria, 612. 
Callipterus ulmifolii, 742. 
Callosamia promethea, 374. 
Calocalpe undulata, 761. 
Calocoris chenopodii, 127. 
Calosoma calidum, 84, 421, 1138. 
frigidum, 84. 
(species), 85. 

Camnula pellucida, 1, 74, 764. 
Camponotus pennsylvanicus, 868. 
Canarsia hammondi, 77, 455, 761, 1306. 

ulmiarrosorella, 457. 
Canker worms, 64, 201, 260, 418, 473, 708, 747, 749, 

761, 852, 1004, 1033, 1076, 1107, 1108, 1112, 1169, 

1207, 1306, 1307, 1309, 1371. 
Cantharis nuttalli, 164. 
viridans, 871. 

Caprification, 589, 870, 1216. 
Carbon bisulphide, 31, 337, 603, 682, 683, 868, 1069, 

1071. 1277, 1373. 



Carcelia leucania-. r_M. 
Carneades deiersa. :;'.'.",. 

messoria, 391, 28, 939, 1003. 
ochrogasti-r. 411, 41.3, 48'J. '. 
scandens, 421, 489, 7(>1. 
Carphoxera ptelearia, 653. 

Carpocapsa pomonella, 26, 35, 43^ 49, 50, 59, 60, 77, 
91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 101, 169, 178, 182, 183, 213, 225, 
240, 260, 274, 281, 289, 398,' 407, 415, 419, 459, 464, 
466, 489, 4%, 499, 500, 502, 505, 619, 622, 632, 684, 
687, 693, 698, 761, 7%, 854, 905, 1007, 1009, 1011, . 
1014, 1067, 1068, 1072, 1074, 1080, 1105, 1148, 1152, 
1169, 1171, 1190. 1207, 1309, 1340, 13-14, 1376, 1378,' 
1380. 

Carpophilus brachypterus, 765. 
Cassida bivittata, 939. 
nigripes, 939. 

Caterpillars eaten by birds, 441. 
Caterva catenaria, 761. 
Catocala grynea,' 761. 

lacrymosa, 561. 
ultronia, 761. 

Caulophilus latinasus, 118. 

Cecidomyia destructor, 211, 246, 308, 331, 367, 400, 
402, 406, 414, 415, 419, 421, 632, 636, 637, 
646, 763, 839, 868, 980,983, 1138, 1221,' 
1235, 1240, 1270, 1278,1298, 1306Y1354. "' 
in choke cherries, 741. 
leguminicola, 419^ 607, 742, 981 . 
robinise, 452. 
trif<jlii,607. 
vaccinii,395. 
viticola,969. 
Celery cutworm, 634. 
Cephalonomia sp., 132. 
Cephus pygmeeus, 406, 415, 416, 418, 421 , 564. 
Ceratitis capita ta, 564. 
Ceratomym dorsalis, 204. 
Ceresa bubalus, 77, 466, 502, 778, 976, 1115, 1294. 
Cerococcus quercus, 534. 
Ceroplastes ceriferus, 222. 

floridensis, 1230, 1232. 
rubens, 222, 232. 

Cerotoma trifurcata, 124,164,624,632,893. 
Ceutorhynchus rapse, 1237. 
Cheetocnema eonfinis, 123, 939, 976. 
denticulata, 137. 
pulicaria, 123,137,625,682. 
Cheetospilaelegans, 121. 
Chaitophorus sp., 742. 

viminalis, 83. 
Chalcis ovata, 532, 536. 
Chalepus trachypygus, 561, 765. 
Chelymorpha argus, 123, 939, 1305. 
Chermes abietis, 72, 390, 466, 518. 

pinieorticis, 1194. 
Chilocorus bivulnerus, 632, 1138. 
Chiloneurus albicornis, 523. 
Chion cinctus, 162, 765. 
Chionaspis americana, 831 . 
assimilis,222. 
aucubae, 232, 233. 
biclavis,222,232,531. 
chinensis, 222. 
citri,222. 

cockerelli, 232, 233. 
ditlirilis,222. 



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INDEX. 



Chionaspis euonymi, 222, 247, 327. 

furfurus, 43,71,77, 104, 278,350,376,403, 
419,466,646, 728,752, 831, 851, 867,968, 
1022, 1167, 1173, 1215, 1267, 1263. 
latissimus, 232, 233. 
minor, 233, 891. 
ortholobis, 831, 1221. 
pinifolise,466,831,867. 
sulicis, 831. 
wistariae,232,233. 
Chlamys plicata, 765. 
Chloridea rhexiae, 825. 
Chlorops (species), 204. 
taeniopus, 564. 

Chorizagrotis agrestis, 1363. 
Chramesus icoriae, 765, 1306. 
Chremylus rubiginosus, 121. 
Chrysanthemum insects, 322, 990. 
Chrysobothris femorata,43, 60,77, 91, 136, 206,224, 
274, 385, 466, 487, 496, 502, 582, 622, 709, 765, 865, 1188. 
Chrysomela exclamationis, 144, 765. 

suturalis,868. 
Chrysopa oculata, 647, 1308. 

sp.,1%. 
Chrysops, 588. 
Cicada, egg parasite, 562. 

mite parasite of, 783. 

septendecim, 377, 388, 433,444,511,515,741, 
783, 786, 787, 926, 989, 1047, 1238, 1241, 1244, 
1245,1271,1289,1303. 
tredecim,ce C. septendecim. 
Cladius pectinicornis, 825. 
Clausicella tarsalis, 121. 

Clisiocampa americana, 43, 51, 52, 60, 91, 274, 318, 
335, 341, 359, 407, 419, 421, 455, 488, 490, 
495, 4%, 612, 713, 757, 761, 796, 865, 942, 
1121, 1128, 1309, 1313, 1314, 1316. 
californica,258. 
constricta, 258. 

disstria, 294, 309, 310, 335,341,342,353, 
359, 360, 377, 388, 421, 4%, 599, 612, 744, 
757, 759, 761, 821,868,1052,1119,1313, 
1315,1317. 
fragilis,83,189,466. 
sylvatica=C. disstria. 
Clothes moths, 466, 1093. 
Clover insects, 607, 981. 
Coccidae, 170, 175, 177, 181, 202,222,223,292,528,617, 

775,861,986,1230,1374. 
effects of temperature on, 790, 995. 
fungus parasite of, 1230. 
Coccophagus cognatus, 523. 
fletcheri,523. 
Coccotorus prunicida, 77, 253, 466. 

8cutellaris,274,765. 
Cochineal, 1136. 
Cockroaches, 53, 761. 
Ccelodasys unicornis=Schizura. 
Coffee-tree insect, 582. 
Colaspis brunnea, 123, 646, 765, 1306. 
Cold storage, 897. 

winter and insects, 103, 1124. 
Coleophora fletcherella, 43, 51, 267, 414, 415, 697, 752. 
malivorella, 43, 77, 481, 747, 749, 750,751, 

752,761,1009. 
on wild cherry, 189. 
Coleothrips trifasciata, 247. 



Coliascfesonia,531. 

eury theme, 192. 
Collopx bipunc-tatus, 808. 

quadrimuculatus, 127. 
Colopha ulmicola, 365, 646, 954. 
Comastes robustus, 531. 
Compsomyia macellaria,443,501. 
Comstoekiella sabalis, 168, 233. 
Conorhinus protractus, 582. 
Conotrachelus crateegi, 43, 765. 1090. 
elegans, 142. 
juglandis,705. 

nenuphar, 43, 60, 77, 89, 253, 274, 398. 
407, 415, 421, 406, 4%, 622, 62.>, 632. 
640. 097, 765, 1030, 1046, 1095, 1108, 
1152,1176,1207,1300,1303. 
posticatus, 1303. 
Copidosoma variegatum, 782. 
Coptocycla aurichalcea, 939, 1049. 

sign ifera, 939. 
Corimelaena pulicaria, 887. 
Coriscus ferus, 1303. 
Corthylus columbianus, 516, 593. 

punctatissimus, 593. 
Corythuca arcuata, 582. 
irrorata,561. 

Coseinoptera dominicana, 77, 705. 
Cosmopepla carnifex,582,825. 
Cotalpa lanigera, 765. 
Cottonfield insects, 571. 
Cotton insects, 948. 

Crambus caliginosellus, 624, 632, 636, 648. 
hortellus,395. 
(species), 446. 

Cranberry insects, 56, 395, 668. 
Crane flies, 1280. 
Craponius insequalis, 765. 
Cratotechus orgyiae,536. 
Crepidodera cucumeris = Epitrix. 
Crickets, 760, 887. 

Crioceris asparagi, 64,125,127,315,319,377,388, 515, 
577, 621, 632, 646, 656, 741, 749, 765,867, 
949,1250,1303,1306. 
12-punctata, 125, 127, 319, 377, 388, 621, 632, 

741,749,949,1152. 

Crude petroleum. See Petroleum. 
Cryptohypnus lapathi.616,665. 
Ctenucha virginica, 446, 

Cutworms, 3, 33, 51, 247, 258, 260, 295, 354, 359, 418, 419, 
421, 446, 466, 483, 489, 502, 584, 607, 688, 761, 794, 843, 
887, 923, 939, 948, 1001, 1003, 1118, 1146, 1285, 1322, 
1343. 

Cylas formicarius, 31, 939. 
Cyllene pictus, 742, 765, 1303, 1304. 
robiniae, 513, 621, 765, 1369. 
Cyrtoneurus mutabilis, 531. 
Cyrtophorus verrucosis, 487. 
Cytodites nudus, 1370. 

Dactylopius adonidum, 528, 1303. 
aurilanatus, 222, 528. 
calceolaria, 907. 
citri,192,247,584,918. 
destructor, 831. 
edgeworthiae, 233. 
longifilus, 831. 
longispinus, 247. 



INDEX. 



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Dactylopius nipse, 247. 

pseudonipse, 172. 

Dakruma convolutella, 490, 761, 872, 1111. 
Baremma catalpse, 1327. 
Datana angusi.561,761,837. 

integerrima, 646, 741, 761, 819, 1300. 
ministra,77,490,761,874. 
Dayton wash, 775. 
Deilephila chamsenerii,761. 
lineata,383,761. 
Delphaxmaidis,819,888. 
Deltocephalus (species), 842. 
Demodex folliculorum, 1008. 
Dcndrocoris humeralis, 658. 
Dendroctonus brevicornis, 508. 

frontalis, 109, 165, 508, 516, 519. 
frontalis, parasite of, 519. 
rufipennis, 145, 492, 561, 1319. 
Mmilis,508. 
(species), 508, 519. 
terebrans, 508, 519. 
Dendrolenc, 749,1000,1139,1152. 
Depressaria persiceeella, 868. 
Dermacentor americanus, 820,834. 
Permanyssus avium, 1370. 

gallinw, 859, 1370. 
Dcrmatobia cyaniventris, 531. 
Dennestes lardarius, 765. 
vulpinus, 584. 

Pesmia maculalis, 60, 761, 1192. 
Desmocerus palliatus, 765. 
Diabrotiea 12-punctata, 126, 127, 137, 164, 276, 584, 

765,893,895,945. 
longicornis, 765, 921, 1184, 1306. 
soror, 1329. 

vittata, 126, 152, 306, 345, 414, 415, 466, 
495, 622, 625, 632, 646, 694, 749, 765, 892, 
893, 895, 924, 945, 1003, 1006, 1007, 1146, 
1174, 1206, 1282, 1289, 1324. 
Diapheromera femorata, 317,402,495,621. 
Piaspis amygdali, 202, 222,232, 977, 992, 994, 995, 1254, 

1281,1304,1305. 
bromelise, 918. 
cacti, 247. 
crawi, 233. 

lanatus. 222, 403, 1173. 
rosse, 71, 104, 247, 403,t>21, 831. 
Diastictis inceptaria, 1015. 

ribearia, 390, 490, 741, 761, 1207. 
Diatrsea saccharalis, 573, 636, 893, 907. 

striatalis, 573. 

Dibrachys boucheanus, 532,536. 
Dicerca divaricata, 487,765. 
Dichelia == Epagoge. 
Dichelonycha elongata, 765. 
Dicyphus minimus, 584, 890, 982. 
Diedrocephalus (species), 842. 
Dindymus versicolor, 564. 
Dinoderus substriatus, 87. 
Diplodus luridus, 658. 
Diplosis pyrivora, 43, 625, 1003, 1237. 
sorghicola, 205. 

tritici, 406, 416, 419, 421, 1246, 1248, 1306. 
Pi-plumbic arsenate, 670. 
Disonyeha caroliniana, 141. 

quinquevittata, 582. 
xanthomelseiia, 158. 



Dissemination of beneficial insects, 570, 572. 

insects, 908, 1269. 
Dissosteira longipennis, 74, 604. 

obliterata, 74. 
Dolerus arvensis, 1304. 
collaris, 1304. 

Dorcaschema (species), 6%, 874. 
Dorycephalus platyrhynchus, 842. 
Doryphora 10-lineata, 82, 334, 415, 447, 466, 478, 612, 
632, 646, 649, 705, 765, 808, 876, 893, 900, 901, 1003, 
1050, 1082, 1117, 1123, 1138, 1152, 1169, 1207, 1303, 
1320. 

Doticus pestilens, 564. 
Drepanosiphum acerifolii, 742. 
Drosophila ampelophila, 192, 1062. 
Dryoco3tes affaber, 508. 

autographus, 519. 
granicollis, 519. 
Dynastes tityus, 765. 
Dysdercus suturellus, 557, 916, 948, 1364. 
Dytiscussp.,1053. 

Eacles imperialis, 742. 
Ecpantheria scribonia, 741. 
Ectobia germanica, 405. 
Edema albifrons=3Symmerista. 
Elachiptera (species), 201. 
Elachistus cacoacise, 536. 
Elaphidion parallelum,765. 
(species), 138. 
villosum, 60, 71, 138, 311, 335, 342,6(51. 

741,742,765,926,1138. 
Elasmus atratus, 536. 
Ematurga faxoni,56,395. 
Emory fumigator, 645. 
Emphytus cinctus, 825. 
Empoasca albopicta, 77. 

viridescens,582. 
Empretia stimulea=Sibine. 
Encyrtus johnsoni, 542. 
Endropia armataria, 761. 
Ennomos subsignarius, 761. 
Entomoscelis adonidis, 415. 
Epagoge sulphureana, 127, 761. 
Ephedrus incompletus, 515. 
Ephestia cahirtella, 113. 
elutella, 113. 
kuehniella, 402, 466, 466, 640, 641, 642, 643, 

646. 

Epicaerus imbricatus, 77, 155, 765. 
Epicauta cinerea, 416,632,1125. 
lemniscata, 531. 
maculata, 986. 
pennsylvanica, 43, 418. 
puncticollis, 871. 
trichrus, 123. 
vittata, 364, 370, 646, 1306. 
Epidapus scabies, 936. 
Epilachna borealis, 71, 146, 345, 765, 874, 924, 1145, 

1146. 

corrupta, 164, 466, 47S. 
Epitrix cucumeris, 159, 345, 419, 625, 632, 649, 765, 

936,976, 1000, 1002, 1117, 1174, 1258. 
fuscula, 159. 
parvula, 128, 159, 584, 625,632, 765,976, 982, 

1284. 
Epochra canadensis, 43, 341, 418, 490, 495, 872. 



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INDEX. 



Eriocampa cerasi=Eriocanipoides limaciim. 
Eriocampoides limacina, 43, 335,414, 415, 4(K>, 502, 

780, 867, 926, 1041 , 1207, 1242. 
Eriococcus azalese, 247. 
Eriopeltis festucse, 415. 
Eriophyes oleiovorus, 232, 775. 

on peach, 638. 

on plum, 466. 

on'tomato. 915. 

phlceocoptes, 1007, 1305. 

pruni, 741. 

pyri, 43, 192, 222, 304, 455, 46, 940. 975, 
1126. 

quadripes, 357, 368. 

vitis, 222. 

Eristalis (larva), 490. 
tenax, 1242. 
Erranis tiliaria, 330. 
Euacanthus acuminatus, 842. 
Eubyia cognitaf ia, 761, 872. 
Eucrada humeralis, 487. 
Eudamus proteus, 164, 888, 917. 

tityrus, 452. 

Euderais botrana=Polychrosis. 
Eudioptis Margaronia. 
Eudryas grata, 586, 761. 
Eufitchia ribearia=Distictis. 
Eumacaria brunnearia,761. 
Eupelmus cyaniceps, 132. 

limnerise, 536. 
Euphoria inda, 60, 77, 156, 741, 765, 1015. 

melancholica, 765. 

Euphorocera claripennis, 532, 536, 1303. 

Eupithecia implicate, 56, 395. 

interrupto-fasciata, 761. 
Euproetis ehrysorrhoea, 394, 397, 420, 564. 
Eupsalis minuta, 515, 516. 
Euschistus politus, 658. 

variolarius, 450, 584, 982. 
Euvanessa nntiope, 378, 489, 502, 1314, 1318. 
Euzophera semifuneralis, 761. 
Everyx myron, 761. 
Exartema malana, 761. 

permundana, 761, 1306. 
Exochomus pilatei,1138. 
Exochus mansuetor, 121. 
Exorista griseomicans, 532, 536. 

Fall plowing, 1299. 

Feltia annexa, 192, 584, 982. 

subgothica, 164. 
Fertilization by bees, 189, 896. 
Fidia longipes, 765. 

viticida, 765, 1192, 1303, 1306. 
Fiorinia camelliae=Aspidiotus. 
Fir tree oil, 1198. 
Fish -oil soaps, 785. 
Flea-beetles, 3, 159, 97<i. 
Fleas, 53, 305, 540, 1337. 
Flies, 738. 

carriers of disease, 583. 
Forest insects, 76, 83, 342, 402, 508, 519. 
Formica exsectoides, 741. 
subsericea,741. 
Foul brood, laws against, 547. 
Frontina aletia-, 532, 536. 
I'rench 1,532, 536. 



Fruit insects, 60. 424, 865, 1012, 1175. 
Fungi parasitic on insects, 1230, 1293. 

Gad flies, 588. 

Galeruea xanthomelaena=Galerucella luteola. 

Galerucella cavicollis, 160, 246, 335, 867. 

luteola, 66, 71, 242, 297, 302, 335,341, 343, 
372, 377, 388, 457, 632, 646, 667, 703, 712, 
716, 741, 742, 765, 766, 1007, 1147, 1152, . 
Gapes in poultry, 453. 
Garden insects, 27, 678, 809, 812. 
Gasoline, 1093. 

blast, 867. 

Gastrophilus equi,501. 
Gaurax anchora, 204, 536. 
Gelechia piscipelis=G. solanella. 
pseudacaciella, 452. 
solanella, 524, 584, 806, 890, 982. 
Geometrid on spruce, 508. 
Glyptoscelis crypticus, 765. 
Gnathotrichus asperulus, 593. 

materiarius, 165, 593. 
Goats, parasites of, 561. 
Goes pulchra, 765. 

pulverulentus, 487. 
Gooseberry insects, 42. 
Gortyna immanis=Hydroecia. 

nitela=Hydroecia. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 71, 202. 502, 661, 741. 
Gracilaria robiniella, 452. 
Granary insects, 642, 1099, 1292. 
Grape insects, 43, 1175. 
Grapholitha bracteatana, 561. 

interstinctana, 981. 
prunivora, 421, 761. 
Graphops marcasitus, 632. 

nebulosus, 625, 632. 
pubescens, 765. 
Grapta comma=Polygonia. 

i nterrogatonis=Polygonia. 
satyrus, 502. 

Graptodera chalybea=Haltica. 
Grasshoppers, 1, 47, 74, 75, 77, 80, 190,246, 412, 414, 415, 
416, 418, 421, 466, 506, 558, 559,560, 595, 
602, 604, 607, 612, 649, 690, 717, 749, 760, 
764, 867, 887, 890, 1221, 1255, 1286, 1287, 
1333. 

disease of, 600, 603. 
Green arsenite, 386. 

Greenhouse pests, 284, 410, 798, 1114, 1158, 1377. 
Gryllotalpa borealis, 1264. 
Gryllus abbreviatus, 1305. 
Gymnetron teter, 1305, 1306. 
Gymnonychus appendiculatus, 418, 871. 
Gypona octo-lineata, 842. 

Habrocytus thyridopterigis, 536. 
Habrolepis dalmani, 566. 
Hadena arctica, 248, 415, 419, 421. 

devastatrix, 419, 421, 446, 761, 1306. 

illata=H. suffusca. 

suffusca, 1003. 

Hadrobracon hebetor,121,646. 
Hfematobia serrata, 99, 254, 321, 415. isy, oOi . 531 . 711, 

860, 1040, 1264. 

Hsematopinus eurysternus, 495, 873. 
stenopsis.:.i;i. 



INDEX. 



107' 



Hsematopinus vituli,873. 
Halesidotacary8e,735,761. , 
Haltiea bimarginata, 765. 

chalyben, 43, 52, C7, 646, 756, 765, 898, 944, 

1045, 1087, 1104, 1107, 1112. 
foliacea.77,460,765. 
ignita,466,765,887. 
punctipennis, 4(13. 
Halticus uhleri, 154,164. 
Harmonia pini=Parhafmonia. 
Harpalus caliginosus, 85. 
Harpiphorus maeulatus, 868. 
Hecalus lineatus, 842. 
Helicobiahelicis,532. 

Heliothis armiger, 127, 164, 192, 249, 419, 502, 531, 584, 
636, 715, 772, 773, 890, 893, 914, 915, 925, 
967, 982, 1264, 1268, 1270, 1303, 1304, 1335. 
rhexia, 450, 584, 890, 982. 
Heliothripsastri,64. 

hemorrhoidalis, 247. 
Hellebore, 867, 868. 
Hellula undalis, 153, 994. 

Hemerocampa leucostigma, 51, 52, 335, 341, 342, 452, 
455, 496,536,621,646, 656, 761,846, 
1305. 

leucostigma, parasites of, 532, 536. 
Hemileuca maia, 761. 
Hemiteles tinea, 121. 
Hermetia illucens, 819. 
Heterachthes seneolus, 576. 
Heterocampa manteo, 561, 761. 
Hickory, beetle in, 515. 
Hippelates convexus, 204. 

flies, 531. 

Hippiscus corallipes,604. 
Hippodamia convergens, 127. 

glacialis,561. 
Hister cylindricus,519. 
Homalodisca coagulata, 127, 948. 
Homalota pontomaloto, 519. 
Homoptera lunata, 373. 
Honeydew, 726. 
Hop insects, 586. 
Hoplia modesta, 765, 

trifasciata, 1256, 1305. 
Hopper dozers, 607, 760. 
Hot water, as an insecticide, 592. 
House flies, 567, 858. 
Hyalopterus pruni, 463, 465, 753. 
Hyberniatiliaria,489,496,761. . 
Hydraulic cement, 1152, 1154. 
Hydrocampa cannalis, 888, 917. 
Hydrocyanic-acid gas, 93, 410,411,632,635,645,775, 

781 , 928, 1152, 1274, 1275, 1373, 1375. 
Hydroecia immanis, 522, 586. 

marginidens, 624, 632. 
nitela, 67, 71, 492, 761, 825, 875. 
Hylastes obscurus, 607, 981, 1265, 1302. 
Hylesinus aspericollis, 508. 
opaculus,457. 
trifolii.415,564,765. 
Hylurgops rngipennis, 508. 
Hypena humuli.522,586. 
Hyperchiria 10 = Automeris. 
Hyphantria cunea, 51,52,248,366,466,496,757,761, 

837,874,1314. 
Hypoderma lincata, 501, 704, 779. 



Hyponomeuta padellus, 564. 
Hypophloeus parallelus>,519. 

Icerya purchasi, 233, 531, 552, 570, 775. 
Ichneumon cosruleus, 536. 

subcyaneus, 536. 
Ichthyura apicalis, 1305. 
Importation of insect pests, 170, 222, 223, 230, 231, 

564,583,1179,1260,1273. 

Injurious insects, 251, 347, 504, 583, 787a, 1249, 1252. 
Inoculating trees, 1021. 
Insectary methods, 1295. 

Insecticides, 19, 31, 68, 93, 102, '212, 260, 272, 341, 401, 
466, 606, 781 , 80t), 809, 819, 847, 867, 869, 
909, 1009, 1039, 1168, 1207,1214. 
analyses of, 102. 
Insectivorous birds, 35, 78, 441, 452, 531. 830, 1225, 

1293, 1310, 1311, 1312, 1315. 
Insects and pollination, 1227. 

beneficial. See Beneficial insects, 
dissemination of, 908, 1273. 
economic status of, 583. 
Inspection. See Nursery stock. 
Ips fasciata, 519. 
Ischnawpis filiformis, 222. 
Isosoma hordei, 406,415,418. 
sp., 325. 
tritici, 419,421. 

Ithyeerus noveboracensis, 77,487,765,893,1279. 
Ixodes ricinus, 820, 833,834. 

Jassidse = Leaf-hoppers. 
Julus hortensis, 493. 

sp.,247. 

virgatus, 493. 

Kainit, 1277, 1303. 
Katydids, 829, 1028, 1091, 1255. 
Kedzie's spraying mixture, 652, 691. 
Kermes galliformis, 741. 

Kerosene, 71, 546, 632, 775, 781, 993, 1138, 1152,1256, 
. 1274. 

against mosquitos, 1, 324. 
and water, 992, 1110. 
emulsion, 60, 192, 277, 781, 785, 1081, 1373. 
and Bordeaux mixture, 1081. 
sprayers, 1152. 
Klmophilus lectularia,53,466. 

pipistrelli,579. 
Kohlmeise.35,49. 

Lachnosterna arcuata, 157. 

fusca,247. 

tristis, 765. 
Lachnussp.,502. 
Ladybirds, 196, 299, 572, 583, 815,930,955,1138,1272, 

1290,1291. 

Lsemophloeus fasciatus, 765. 
Languria mozardi, 607, 981. 
Laphygnia flavimaculata,468. 

frugiperda, 608, 761, 844, 886, 971, 1297. 
Lasioderma serricorne, 352, 584, 765, 890, 982. 
Lasioptera vitis, 1048. 
Lathromeris cicadse, 562, 783. 
Laurel green, 386. 
Laverna gleditschiella, 1306. 
herellera.77,564. 



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INDEX. 



Lead arsenite, 670. 

boring insect, 551. 
phenolate,670. 

Leaf-hoppers, 607, 841, 842, 1367. 
Lebia grandis, 741. 

Lecaniodiaspis tessellatus, 193, 247, 831. 
Lecanium armeniacum, 298, 335, 497, 1254, 1283. 

1338,1349,1358. 
cerasifex,335,752,867. 
coffese, 831. 
fletcheri, 232. 

parasites of, 52c!. 
hemisphsericum, 247, 1173. 
hesperidum, 192, 247, 831, 916, 1230. 
juglandis,697. 
longulum.222,247. 
magnoliarum, 175. 
nigrofasciatum, 104, 646, 863. 
nigrum,222. 
olese,247,775,831. 
perforatum, 222. 
persicse,8,403,459,1173. 
pruinosum, 1345. 
prunastri, 1173. 
ribesii,867. 
ribis,502. 
sp.,744. 

tessellatum = Lecaniodiaspis. 
tulipiferse, 71, 327, 341, 1138, 1152. 
viride,179. 

Legislation against insects, 9, 10, 15, 21, 170, 184, 185, 
230,235,480, 546, 547, 597,617,630,675,807,813,819, 
985, 1009, 1158, 1161, 1196, 1258. 
Lema trilineata, 765, 965. 
Lepisma domestica, 341, 352, 1089. 
Leptocoris trivittata, 1, 77, 83, 206, 266, 348, 466, 545. 
Leptodesmus falcatus, 741. 
Leptoglossus oppositus, 151, 531. 

phyllopus, 127, 151, 819, 887, 924. 
Leptops hopei, 564. 
Leptopterna dolobrata, 1303. 
Leptostylus aculifer, 765. 
Lepturges facetus, 765. 
Leuarctia acrsea, 127, 164, 446. 
Leucania albilinea.446,587,599, 741. 
(species), 446. 

unipuncta, 51, 52, 64, 248, 391, 405, 406, 413, 
414, 415, 446, 582, 599, 632, 
657, 677, 725, 741, 749, 846, 
867, 1009, 1026, 1032, 1138, 
1225,1304. 
diseases of, 429. 
Leucaspis japonicus, 232, 233. 
Leucopis (species) , 204. 
Lice on cattle, 814, 873. 
poultry, 1370. 
Ligyrus gibbosus, 575. 
rugiceps, 575. 
Limax campestris, 584. 
Lime, air-slaked, 1373. 

salt and sulphur, 287, 614, 620, 775, 781. 
wash, 986. 

Limenitis Ursula, 761. 
Limnephilus sp., 494. 
Limneria ephestise, 121. 

valida.532,536. 
Lina scripta, 749, 765, 1250. 



Lioderma uhleri, 556, 986. 
Lipeurus (species), 1370. 
Lithocolletis cincinnatiella, 868. 
cratsegella, 761. 
geminatella, 761. 
lucetiella,868. 
ostensackenella, 452. 
robiniella, 452. 
sp.,550. 

Lithophane antennata = Xylina cinerea. 
Lixus concavus, 765. 
mucidus, 1305. 
Locust insects, 513. 
London purple, 1373. 
Lophoderus juglandana, 761. 
triferana,127,7Cl. 
Lophyrus abbotii, 165, 1138. 

lecontei,867. 
Lopidea media, 127. 
Loss by army worm, 1225. 

insects, 966. 

Loxotsenia clemensiana, 1305. 
Lucanus dama, 621, 765. 
Lucilia macellaria = Compsomyia. 
Lyctus sp.,551. 

striatus,516. 
unipunctus, 1075. 
Lyda ruflpes, 415. 
Lygus pratensis,77, 247,322, 607, 646, 742, 887,1186, 

1242,1303,1306. 

Lymexylon sericeum, 515, 516. 
Lyonetia saccatella,761. 

Macrobasis unicolor, 51, 71, 164, 364, 414, 418, 741. 
Macrodactylus angustatus, 123. 

subspinosus, 60, 77, 307, 419, 621, 
632,636,765, 1306, 1314,1334, 1366, 
1367. 
Magdalis senescens, 418. 

armicollis, 457, 868. 
olyra, 765, 1305. 
Maggots in ear, 531. 
Mamestra legitima, 127, 584. 

picta, 71, 127, 312,335, 341, 408, 414, 415, 

416,492,495,502,586,867. 
trifolii, 414,415,416. 
Margaronia hyalinata, 150, 345, 816, 892, 893, 914, 

924, 1057, 1174. 
nitidalis, 150, 345, 892, 893, 914, 924, 

1057. 

Maroga gigantella, 564. 
Marumba modesta, 502. 
Mealybugs, 673,1101. 
Megachile sp., 192,531. 
Megamelus davisi, 247. 
Megastizus speciosus, 574, 783. 
Megetra vittata, 191. 
Megilla maculata, 125,127. 
Melanophila drummondi, 508. 

fulvoguttata, 516,519. 
Melanophora roralis, 121. 
Melanoplus angustipennis, 604. 

atlanis, 74, 75, 595, 604, 762, 764, 867. 
bivittatus, 74, 75, 604, 764*, 1250, 1306. 
differentialis, 75, 595, 604. 
femoratus, 74. 
femur-rubrum, 74, 76, 248, 764, 867. 



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Melanoplus fcedus, 74, 604. 
lakinus, 75, 604. 
packardi, 74. 
spretus, 74, 75, 421, 422, 595, 604, 764, 

986, 1221. 
parasite on, 600. 
Melanotus cribulosus, 857. 
Melittia ceto=M. satyriniformis. 

satyrinifonnis, 149, 163, 346, 892, 893, 914, 

924, 1003, 1146, 1201, 1255, 1287. 
Meloe angusticollis, 582,1292. 
Menopon (species), 1370. 
Merodon equestris, 615. 
Meromyza americana, 204, 406, 419, 421, 1221. 
Mesograpta polita, 531. 
Mesostenus gracilis, 646. 
Metapodins femoratus, 127. 
Meteorus communis, 536. 

hyphantrise, 536. 
Microcentrum laurifolium,323. 

retinervis, 192,382,710. 
Mineola indiginella, 60,77,455,761,874. 
juglandis, 761. 
vaccinii, 56,395,761. 
Molorchus bimaeulatus, 765. 
Monarthrum mali, 765. 

(species), 531, 593. 
Monedula Carolina, 384. 
Monocrepidius bellus, 137. 

vespertinus, 893, 1138. 
Monohammus confusor, 765. 
Monophadnoides rubi, 43, 419, 755, 961. 
Monophadnus rosse, 825. 

rubi = Monophad noides. 
Monostegia rosae, 247, 953. 
Monoxia puncticollis, 143. 
Mosquitoes, 1, 53, 324, 479, 540, 567, 585, 741, 826, 1189, 

1326. 

Murgantia histrioniea, 112, 127, 133, 303, 402, 408, 
465, 542, 625, 632, 636, 646, 819, 893, 921, 951, 992, 1096, 
1138, 1141, 1152, 1217, 1250, 1268, 1306, 1321. 
Muriate of potash, 1072. 
Musca domestica, 549, 612. 
Mushroom insects, 246. 
Music and caterpillars, 1122. 
Muskmelons, fertilization of, 896. 
Myiasis,578. 
Myobia pumila, 127. 
Myodocha serripes, 646. 
Myriopods, 247, 349, 381, 936. 
Mysia 15-punctata, 1152. 
Mytilaspis alba, 891. 

carinata, 222. 

citricola, 222, 247, 531, 775, 1173, 1230. 
crawii,222. 

gloveri, 222, 775, 1173, 1230, 1364. 
pallida,233. 

pomorum, 71, 77, 91, 280, 291, 357, 403, 415, 
418,455,466,489, 490, 4%, 502, 597, 646, 
749, 752, 796,831,851,865,867,968,1030, 
1167, 1173, 1215, 1256, 1263, 1279, 1283, 
1309. 
Myzus cerasi, 43, 356, 418,419,455,623,625,632,727, 

742,867,920,1283. 
mahaleb,127,862. 

ribis, 43, 489, 502, 742, 749, 753, 872, 1020, 
1043. 



Nectarophora avenae, 406, 415, 418, 421, 98(5, 1263, 

1362. 

chrysanthemicola, 1078. 
destructor, 644, 647, 869. 
erigonensis, 561. 
tabaci,584. 

Nehallenia posita, 127. 
Nematodes, 285, 919, 1010, 1176, 1193. 
Nematus erichsonii, 489, 612, 744. 

ribesi, 42, 43, 489, 612, 646, 999, 1007, 1207. 
ventricosus=N. ribesi. 
Nemorea leucaniae, 1138. 
Neonympha canthus, 446. 
Neophasia menapia, 508, 526. 
Nephopteryx rubrizonella, 564. 
Nepticula rubifoliella,761. 

villosella, 761. 
Neuroniapardalis,741. 
Neuroterus q-saltatorius, 868. 
Noctua clandestina, 761. 

fennica, 127, 421, 446, 489, 867. 
Nodacretifera,582. 
Nodonota puncticollis, 108, 161, 765. 

tristis,161,765. 
Nolophana malana, 761. 
Nomius pygmagus, 39, 531, 561. 
Nothris maligemella, 268, 1182, 1183. 
Notolophus leucostigma=Hemerocampa. 
Novius cardinalis, 175, 570, 775. 
Nursery stock inspection, 7, 23,62,70,236,409,434, 

435, 436, 456, 498, 601, 749, 1275. 
Nysius angustatus, 77, 198, 246, 1348. 
californicus,582. 

Oberea bimaculata, 765, 1303, 1304. 

ocellata, 162. 

Ocneria dispar=Porthetria. 
Odontocera dorsalis, 515. 
Odontota nervosa, 513, 765. 
Odynerus foraminatus, 429, 902. 
(Ecanthus fasciatus, 584. 

niveus, 77, 502, 511, 760, 1086. 
CEdemasia concinna, 71, 495, 4%, 761. 
CEnectra distincta, 1250, 1303. 
CEstrusovis,501. 
Olliffiella cristata, 525. 
Onciderus amputator, 581. 

cingulata, 60, 77, 274, 599, 765, 850. 
Onion insects, 692. 
Oniscussp.,581. 
Opatrum intermedium, 5S4. 
Opisco3tus=Reduviu8. 
Orange insects, 916, 1364. 

peel worm, 228. 

worm, new, 192. 
Orcus caeruleus, 581. 

chalybeus, 775, 1138. 
Oreodera glauca, 531. 
Orgyiagulosa,258,261. 

leucostigma= Hemerocampa. 
Ormorga columbiana, 646. 
frumentaria, 121. 
Ornithodorus americana, 44. 
Ornix geminatellus, 761. 
Orsodachna atra, 123. 
Orthesia insignis, 222. 
Orthomorpha gracilis, 493. 



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INDEX. 



Orthotylus delicatulus, 247. 
Oscinidre, habits of, 204. 
Oscinis carbonarius, 421. 

frit, 564. 

(species), 204. 

Osmoderma eremicola, 765. 
Otacustes periliti, 536. 
Otiorhynchus ovatus, 765. 
Oxygrapha minuta, 496, 761, 867, 874, 1250. 

oxycoccana, 761. 
Oxymorpha livida, 782. 
Oxyptilus periscelidactylus, 741,761. 
tenuidactylus, 761,1306. 

Pachynematus extensicornis, 1304. 

Pachyophthalmus floridensis, 561. 

Paint against borers, 385. 

Paleacrita vernata, 64,77,273,274,599,741,757,761, 

867,1173,1303,1307,1309. 
Pamera vincta, 887, 917. . 
Pamphila (species), 446. 
Paonias excsecatus = Smerinthus. 
Papilio turnus, 761, 1301. 
Parabolocratus viridis, 842. 
Paragrene, 368. 
Parajulusimmaculatus, 493. 
Parasites and predaceous insects, value of, 583, 

930, 1138, 1168, 1266, 1293. 
Parharmonia pini, 739, 904. 
Paria canella, 765. 
Paris green, 180,670,868,1037,1152,1196,1218,1306, 

1373,1376. . 
Parlatoria blanchardi, 192. 

pergandei, 222,1364. 
proteus, 233. 
these, 222,233. 
victrix, 222, 1209. 
zizyphus, 233. 
Paromalus bistriatus, 519. 
Peach insects, 43,89,1175. 

scale, 8. 

Pear insects, 43,940,1175. 
Peas, insects on, 164. 
Pecan insects, 73, 582. 
Pediculoides ventricosus, 782. 
Pegomyia vicina, 868. 
Pelidnota punctata, 60, 765. 
Pelopreus cementarius, 561. 
Pemphigus acerifolii, 67, 646, 964'. 

fraxinifolii, 466. 

populi-monilis, 83. 

populi-transversus, 742. 

rhois, 741. 

sp., 502. 

Penthalodes mytilaspidis = Tetranychus. 
Penthia cyanea, 247. 
Pentilia misella, 435,632,1138,1306. 
Peridromia saucia, 354, 446, 584, 630, 761. 
Perilitus ictericus, 121. 
Periplaneta orientalis, 405. 
Petroleum as an insecticide 1062. 

crude, 1166. 

Petrophora diversilineata, 761. 
Pezomachus insolitus, 536. 
Pezotettix chenopodi, 604. 
Phigalia strigataria, 761. 
Philampelus acheinon = Pholus. 



Philodromus vulgaris, 561. 
Phlegethontius Carolina = Protoparce. 

celeus, 30, 449, 478, 483, 502, 584, 
629, 871, 890, 893, 982, 1077, 1102, 
1300. 

Phloeosinus cristatus, 508, 1359. 
Phloeotribus liminaris, 415, 418. 
Phlyctrenia tertialis, 140. 
Pholus achemon, 466. 
Phorbia brassiere, 408, 421, 921, 1207, 1226. 
ceparum, 476, 1143, 114-1. 
fusciceps, 1058. 
Phorocera sp., 532. 

Phorodon humuli, 206, 209, 215, 531, 586. 
Phoxopteris comptana, 414, 426. 465, 466, 702, 761, 

853, 868, 1019, 1204. 
fragarise = P. comptana. 
nubeculana, 761. 
Phryganida californica, 258, 1355. 
Phycis indiginella = Mineola. 
PhylkEcus flaviventris, 64. 
Phyllotreta armoracire, 123. 
pusilla, 553. 
vittata, 415, 765, 921. 
Phylloxera vastatrix, 414, 415, 903, 1264. 
Phylloxerol, 903. 
Phymatodes amcenus, 765. 
variabilis, 516. 
Phytomyza aquilegiae, 204, 1195. 

(species), 204. 
Phytonomus nigrirostris, 396. 

punctatus, 290, 564, 607, 625, 632, 636, 

656, 765, 981, 1257. 
Phytoptus = Eriophyes. 
Pieris nionuste, 921. 

occidentalis, 502. 

protodice, 561, 893, 921. 

rapse, 258, 306, 408, 415, 447, 466, 502, 632, 893, 

921, 1005, 1207, 1314, 1323, 1350. 
Pimpla annulipes, 536. 
conquisitor, 536. 
inquisitor, 532, 536. 
Pineapple insects, 918. 
Pine insects, 165, 519. 

tar as an insecticide, 1023. 
Pionea rimosalis, 893. 
Piophila casei, 741. 
Pissodes strobi, 165, 519, 765. 
Plagionotus speciosus, 342, 661, 741, 816, 1007. 
Planchonia flmbriata, 222. 

pustulans, 222, 891. 
quercicola, 222, 390, 752. 
Platymetopius cinereus, 842. 
Platynota flavedana, 761. 
Platypedia putnami, 206. 
Platypus compositus, 593. 

Platysamia cecropia, 407, 4%, 761, 827, 1258, 1314. 
Plodia interpunctella, 77, 1220. 
Plum insects, 1175. 
Plums, fertilization of, 189. 
Plusia brassiere, 502, 584, 632, 636, 646, 893, 921, 934, 

1003, 1005, 1267. 
Plutella cruciferarum=P. maculicollis. 

maculicollis, 466, 502, 893, 921. 
Podisus placidus, 658. 

spinosus, 125,127,368,1306. 
Pceeilocapsns lineatus, 42, 127,247,419.421. 



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Pcecilocystns diffusns, 384. 

Polistes pallipes, 127. 

Pollination, see Insects, pollination. 

'olvcaon cuiift-rtus, 20(1,1317. 
'nlychrosis botraim, 48, 761 . 901, 1272, 130G. 
olydesmus inonilaris,493. 
'olygonia comma, 522, 580, 701. 

interrogationis, 489, 522..580. 
Polygraphus ruflpennis, 519. 
Pomphopcea senea, 582,765,1305. 

texana, 582. 
Porthetria dispar, 389, 392, 437, 4;!8, 439, 440, 442, 

539. 002, 071, 097, 910, 997. 
Potato insects, 421. ' 
Potatoes inoculated with tobacco, 1123. 
Poultry, insects affecting, 45, 792, 899, 1370. 
Prionidus cristatus=Arilus. 
Prionox ystus robiniaj, 83, 465, 466, 502, 513, 621, 761. 
Prionus imbricornis, 705. 

laticollis, 77,621,765. 
Pristophora grossularise, 43,466. 
Proccra sacchariphagus, 573. 
Procris americana, 1152. 
Prodenia commeliiiEe, 127,891. 

lineatclla, 127. 

Proteopteryx deludana,573. 
Protoparce Carolina, 18, 449, 584, 625, 632, 827, 883, 

890,893,982. 

celeus= Phlegethontius. 
Psallus delicatulus,582. 
Pscnocerus supernotatus, 765. 
Pseudococcus aceris, 202, 1138, 1152. 

confusus, 192. 

Pseudoparlatoria parlatoroides, 233. 
Psila rosse, 418, 419, 421. 
Psoroptes communis, 57, 458, 1191. 
Psychomorpha epimenis, 761. 
Psylla pyricola, 43, 71, 77, 632, 646, 697, 867, 882, 940, 

1054, 1085, 1107, 1108, 1112, 1202. 
Psylliodes punctulata, 123. 
Pteronus ribesi=Nematus. 
Pterophorus monodactylus, 939. 
Pterostichus lucublandus,85. 
Ptilinus ruflcornis, 487. 
Ptinus fur, 490. 
Ptychodes trivittatus, 819. 
Pulvinaria aceri cola, 568. 

innumerabilis, 103, 316, 335, 342, 465, 

466, 502, 568, 621, 816, 831, 898, 1051. 
innumerabilis var. occidentalis, 872. 
psidii, 222. 

Pycnoderes quadrimaculata, 192. 
Pyralis costalis, 607, 742, 981, 1305. 

farinalis, 67. 
Pyrameis atalanta, 761. 

cardui.825,891. 
I'yrausta ferrugalis, 624, 632. 

thesusalis, 891. 
Pyrethrum,867,868. 
Pyrrharetia Isabella, 446, 761. 
Pyrrhia umbra, 825, 1305. 

Quarantine, 187, 192, 222, 223, 227, 229, 230, 231, 232, 
234, 235, 538, 547, 564, 676, 775, 1159, 1164, 1273, 

Raupenleim, 1314. 

Red spider, 194, 482, 4*5, 1097, 1331 , 1340, 1353, 1382. 



Reduvius personatus, 328, 1127. 
Resin-lime mixture, 1005. 
Resin washes, 775, 781, 1138, 1372. 
Rhagoletis cingulata, 43, 758, 1131, 1132. 

pomonella, 43, 77, 414, 415, 416, 418, 490, 
492,495,496. 

ribieola,252,872. 
Rhinaria perdix,564. 
Rhipieephalus annulatus, 55, 195,239, 241, 250, 507, 

700, 701, 803, 804, 820, 833, 834, 996. 
Rhizobius lophantee, 1138, 1152. 

ventralis, 775, 1138, 1152. 
Rhizoglyphus spinitarsus, 1368. 
Rhopalosiphumsp.,742. . 
Rhopobota vacciniana, 56, 395, 668, 761. 
Rhynchites bicolor, 765. 
Rhyssa albomaculata, 519. 
Rose insects, 1367. 

Samia cecropia=Platysamia. 
Sannina=Sanninoidea. 

pacifica=Sanninoidea opalescens. 
Sanninoidea exitiosa, 32, 60, 63, 88,89,206,224,260, 
407, 466, 622, 626, 748, 749, 752, 761, 
793, 1009, 1010, 1065,1069,1105,1135, 
1154, 1176, 1188, 1207, 1242, 1261. 
opalescens, 206, 216, 685, 688,- 1379. 
Saperda Candida, 43, 60, 77, 136, 274, 385, 407, 447, 4%, 

622,709,712,765,1188. 
cretata, 136. 

tridentata, 329, 332, 457, 741. 
Sarcophaga on Melanoplus, 600. 
Sarcoptes Isevis, var. gallinee, 1370. 

mutans, 1370. 
Satyrus nephele, 446. 
Scab of sheep, 998. 
Scepsis fulvicollis.446,682. 
Schistocerca americana, 192, 868. 
Schizocerus ebeneus, 939. 
privatus, 939. 
Schizoneura americana, 463, 466. 

lanigera, 17, 43, 77, 93, 283, 395, 447, 455, 
465, 466, 496, 502, 511, 718, 748, 749,752, 
777, 796, 867, 1034, 1070, 1176, 1177, 
1294, 1330, 1360. 
pinicola,71. 
Schizura ipomese, 761. 

unicornis, 761, 1242, 1303. 
Sciapteron polistiformis,761. 
Sciara inconstans, 492, 495, 503. 
sp.,375. 
(species), 741. 
Scolytidae,519,593. 
Scolytus prseceps, 508. 

4-spinosus,621,765,837. 
rugulosus, 32, 43, 60, 64, 77, 89, 134, 162, 270, 
516,621,765,868,874,893,1065, 1176, 1187, 
1222, 1246, 1279, 1366. 
unispinosus, 508. 
Scopelosoma sidus, 825. 
Scutellista cyanea, 566. 
Scymnus marginicollis, 174, 1138. 
Selandria caryse, 1138, 1195. 

cerasi=Eriocampoides limacina. 
obsoletum=Caliroa. 
vitis,1306. 
Semasia nigricana, 122,418,419,421. 



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Sericu funbriata, 197. 
mi x la . 197. 
sericea, 765. 
troctiformis, 71. 
Sesamia nonagrioides, 573. 
Sesia acerni, 342. 

hemizonise=S. rutilans. 
pictipes,761. 
pyri,561. 
rutilans, 761, 871. 

tipuliformis, 42, 224, 447, 466, 502, 761, 872. 
Sheele's green, 670, 749. 
Sheep scab=Psoroptes communis. 
Sibine stimulea, 761, 868. 
Sigalphus canadensis, 1090. 

curculionis, 275, 1303. 

Silphabituberosa,418. 

Silvanus bicornis, 114. 

gossypii,114. 

mercator, 114. 

surinamensis, 67, 640, 646, 765. 
Simulium pecuarum, 501. 
Sinoxylon basilaire, 77, 765. 
Siphonella (species), 204. 
Siphonophora= Nectarophora. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 531, 584, 765. 
Sitotroga cerealella, 71, 406, 632, 033, 636, 640, 1103 

1220. 

Skunks eating insects, 1293. 
Smerinthus excsecatus, 761. 
geminatus, 761. 
Smilia misella=Pentilia. 
Smynthurus albomaculata, 491. 

sp.,688. 

Soaps, as insecticides, 781. 
Sow bugs=Oniscus. 
Spalangia rugicollis,121. 
Spermophagus pectoralis, 164. 
Sphserostilbe coccophila, see Aspidiotus pernici- 

osus, diseases of. 
Sphecius nevadensis, 531. 
Sphenophorus ochreus, 765. 
pertinax, 856. 
sculptilis, 515. 
Sphinx albescens, 871. 
catalpse,646,963. 
drupiferaram,761. 
gordius,761. 

5-maculata=Phlegethontius celeus. 
Spiders, in wine cellars, 530. 
Spilochalcis debilis, 536. 
Spilosoma virginica, 67, 164, 586, 761, 893. 
Spraying, 19, 24, 59, 81, 256, 380, 399, 421, 455, 471, 504, 
689, 799, 800, 801, 947, 1024, 1133, 1325, 1378. 
apparatus, 31, 60,62,194,212, 344,455,469, 

521, 639, 675, 775, 1009, 1207, 1325, 1365. 
calendar, 404, 474, 746, 800, 1203. 
Spruce insects, 519. 
Stagmomantis Carolina, 827. 
Steam, and superheated water, 775, 781. 

spraying apparatus, 521. 
Steganoptycha claypoleana, 741. 
Stenopelmatus sp., 82. 
Stictocephala festina, 192. 
Stigmaeussp.,918. 
Stiretrus anchorage, 125, 127. 
Stomoxys calcitrans, 99, 254. 



Sturmia distincta, 1303. 
Sugar-beet insects, 143, 191, 929, 957. 

cane borers, 573. 

cane insects, 573, 575. 
Sulphate of iron, 1013. 
Sulphur, 194, 482, 1373. 
Sweet potato insects, 939, 956. 
Symmerista albifrons, 1314. 
Symplectoptes cysticola, 1370. 
Synchlora glaucaria, 761. 
Syntomosphyrum esurius, 536. 
Syrphus flies, 930. 
Systena frontalis, 377, 388, 765. 

tseniato, 164, 466, 646, 765. 

Tabanid8e,588. 

Tabanus tectus, 254. 

Tachardia larrese, 192. 

Tachinamella,532,536. 

Telea polyphemus, 761, 827, 1289. 

Teleonomus orgise, 536. 

Temperature, effect of, on insects, 103, 533, 790, 99~>. 

Tenebrio molitor, 640, 765. 

obscurus, 527. 

Tenebroides mauritanicuiii, 631, 640, 646, 765. 
Tent caterpillars, 335, 355, 362, 418, 419, 421, 489, 492, 

612, 651, 731, 754, 1107, 1108, 1121, 1313, 1316. 
Tenthredo rufopectus, 741, 742. 
Tephritis onoperidinis, 564. 
Teras= Oxygrapha. 
Termes flavipes, 636. 
Termites, 245. 
Tetranychus mytilaspidis, 1231. 

sexmaculatus, 222, 916. 

sp., 206, 414, 466. 

telarius, 48, 194, 247, 253, 502, 749, 864, 

992, 1000, 1003, 1098, 1381, 1382. 
Tetraopes femoratus, 462, 466. 
Tetropium cinnamopterum,519. 
Tettigonia confluenta, 586. 
Texas cattle tick=Rhipicephalus annulatus. 

fever, 55, 195, 239, 241, 672, 700, 701, 803,804, 

807,820,996. 
Thalessa atrata, 724. 

lunator, 1286. 
nortoni, 519. 
Thamnonoma sp., 466. 
Thanasimus dubius, 519. 
Theclatitus,761. 
Theronia fulvescens, 532, 536. 
Thrips alii, 1000, 1031. 
sp.,884. 
striatus, 466. 

tabaci, 584, 742, 868, 889, 893, 1003, 1306. 
tritici, 77, 582, 887, 889, 916. 
Thyanta custator, 127. 
Thyridopteryx ephemerae formis, 60, 288, 455, 621, 

646, 937, 972, 1138, 1152, 1192, 1246, 1264, 1268, 1303. 
Ticks, 507, 820, 834, 996. 
Tinea ferruginella, 130. 
granella, 119. 
misella,131. 
pe'iionella,405,784. 
Tineola biselliella, 405, 784. 
Tischeria malifoliella, 761. 

Tmetocera ocellana, 52, 77, 206, 210, a r )6, 415, 4S9, 496, 
697, 752, 761, 796, 867, 871. 



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Toad, insect food of, 659, 679, 824, 1293. 
Tobacco dust. 475, 1277. 
for aphis, 798. 

inoculating potatoes with, 1123. 
insects, 449,450,584,890. 
insects, spraying, 450, 584, 1258. 
Tolpe velleda, 490,761. 
Tomato insects, 629, 915. 
Tomicus cacographus, 166,519,621. 
pini, 165,508,519. 
(species), 519. 
Tortrix citrana, 582. 
Tranessp., 531. 
Trap crops, 970. 

lantern, 461. 
Tree wash, 1039. 
Tribolium coni'usum, ti-10, 04(i. 

ferrugineum, 891,1220. 
inadens, 624. 
Trichobaris compacts, 192. 

trinotata, 271, 275, 621 , 625, (132, 765, *75, 

9:35, 1092. 

Trichodectes climax, 561. 
limbatus, 561. 
scalaris, 873. 

Trichogramma pretiosa, 449. 
Trichophaga tapetzella, 405, 784. 
Tricholepis inornata, 206,217. 
Trioza diospyri, 561. 
Triphleps insidiosus, 322. 
Trogoderma ornata, 1305. 
sternale, 115. 
tarsale, 115. 

Trombidium locustarum, 414. 
magniflcum, 531. 
Trypeta acidnsa. 564. 

canadensis=Epochra. 
cingulata=Rhagoletis. 
ludens. 40, 232, 564, 627, 674, 676, 681, 916, 

1142, 1&H3. 

]H>inonell<i = Rhagoletis. 
Tyloderma fragarite, 43, 90, 92, 455, 765, 887, 1120, 

1204, 1207. 
foveolatum, 418. 
Tylonotus bimaculatns, 7(i."i. 
Typhlocyba comes, 333,466. 

rosse, 502,586,1367. 

vitis, 30, 43, 414, 609, 961, 1084, 1138, 1332, 

1372. 

Typophorus canelius. 90. 4'.t2. 625, 632. 
Tyroglyphus siro, 707. 
sp., 1303. 

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Uhleria camelliae, 247. 
Uranotes melinus, 624, 632. 
Urocerus albicornis, 737,742. 

cressoni, 742. 

edwardsi, 519. 

Vanessa antiopa=Euvanessa. 

caryae, 502. 

Vwlalia cardinalis=Noviias. 
Violet, sawfly on, 448. 
Voluntary entomologic service, 387. 

Wasp, parasite of, 561, 
Wasps, 736,1059. 

Whale-oil soap, 632, 868, 960, 1027, 1152, 1274, 1277. 
Wheat insects, 927. 
White ants, see Termites, 
arsenic, 286, 1328. 

grubs, 77,247,314,379, 414, 415, 429, 520, 607, 
621, 714, 733, 828, 887, 894, 1285, 1288, 1299, 
1306. 

Wild cherry as a trap, 1155. 
Winter work, 938,940,1140. 
Winthemia quadripustulata, 536. 
Wireworms, 3,247,381, 402, 406, 419, 607, 723, 1016, 
1063, 1253, 1305. 

Xerophilaspis parkinsoniee, 192. 
Xerophlcea viridis, 842. 
Xyleborus dispar, 71, 418, 4%, 593, 765. 
pubescens, 531,593. 
pyri=X. dispar. 
saxeseni=X. xylographus. 
(species), 593. 
taehygraphus. 111,593. 
xylographus, 512,593. 
Xyliiiu antennata, 301,341,489,761. 
bethunei, 761. 
cinerea, 335,502,531. 
grotei, 421,489. 
laticinerea, 335. 
(species), 43,419. 
Xylococcus betulse, 594. 
Xylocrius agassizii, 421. 
Xyloterus bivittatus, 508,593. 
lineatus, 519. 
(species) , 593. 

Yfllow mite, 1357. 
Ypsolophus pometellus, 761. 

Zeuzera pyrina, 342,1237. 

Zophodia grossularise=Dakruma convolutella. 



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