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BULLETIN 



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New York State Museum 

VOL. 5. No. 24 
October 1899 



SUPPLEMENT 

TO THE 

I4TH REPORT OF THE STATE ENTOMOLOGIST, 



MEMORIAL 

OF 

LIKE AND BNXOMOLOGIC WORK 



Joseph Albert Lintner, Ph.D. 

State entomologist, 1874-98 



BY 

EPHRIAM PORTER FELT, D. Sc. 
State entomologist 



ALBANY 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 

1899 

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University of the State of New York 



REGENTS 

YEAR 

1874 ANSON JUDD UPSON, D.D. LL.D. L.H.D. 

Chancellor, Glens Falls 

1892 WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE, D.D. LL.D. 

Vice- Chancellor, Albany 

1873 MARTIN I. TOWNSEND, M.A. LL.D. - - Troy 

1877 CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, LL.D. New York 

1877 CHARLES E. FITCH, LL.B. M.A. L.H.D. - Rochester 

1877 ORRIS H. WARREN, D.D. Syracuse 

1878 WHITELAW REID, LL.D. - - New York 
1881 WILLIAM H. WATSON, M.A. M.D. - - Utica 
1881 HENRY E. TURNER - - Lowville 
1883 ST CLAIR MCKELWAY, LL.D. L.H.D. D.C.L. Brooklyn 
1885 HAMILTON HARRIS, Ph.D. LL.D. - Albany 
1885 DANIEL BEACH, Ph.D. LL.D. - Watkins 
1888 CARROLL E. SMITH, LL.D. - Syracuse 
1890 PLINY T. SEXTON, LL.D. Palmyra 
1890 T. GUILFORD SMITH, M.A. C.E. LL.D. - Buffalo 

1893 LEWIS A. STIMSON, B.A. M.D. New York 

1894 SYLVESTER MALONE - - Brooklyn 

1895 ALBERT VANDER VEER, M.D. Ph.D. Albany 
1895 CHARLES R. SKINNER, M.A. LL.D. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio 

1897 CHESTER S. LORD, M.A. LL.D. - - Brooklyn 

1897 TIMOTHY L. WOODRUFF, M.A. Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio 
1899 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, B.A. LL.D. Governor, ex officio 
1899 JOHN T. McDoNOUGH, LL.B. LL.D. Secretary of State, ex officio 



SECRETARY 

MELVIL DEWEY, M. A. 

DIRECTORS OF DEPARTMENTS 

1888 MELVIL DEWEY, M.A. 

Administrative, State library and Home Education 
1890 JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS JR, M,A. College and High School dep* is 
1890 FREDERICK J. H. MERRILL, Ph.D. State museum 



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University of the State of New York 



BULLETIN 

OP THE 

New York State Museum 

FREDERICK J. H. MERRILL, Director 

VOL. 5 No. 24 

May 1899 



SUPPLEMENT 

TO THE 
I4TH REPORT OF THE STATE ENTOMOLOGIST, \\ 



MEMORIAL 

OF 

LIKE: AND KNXOMOLOQIC WORK 



Joseph Albert Lintner, Ph.D. 

State entomologist, 1874-98 



BY 
EPHRAIM PORTER FELT, D.,Sc. ;. 

State entomologist ' * ' 



ALBANY 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK 
1899 



CONTENTS 



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Joseph Albert Lintner, notice of his life 303 

Memberships in learned societies held by J. A. Lintner 305 

List of new species described by J. A. Lintner - 306 

Lepidoptera 306 

Diptera 308 

Thysanura 308 

Myriapoda 308 

Bibliography of the entomologic publications of J. A. Lintner - 308 

Index to reports 1-13, including supplement to the i4th report, - 401 



JOSEPH ALBERT LINTNER 

In the sudden death of this prominent entomologist at Rome, Italy, 
on May 5, 1898, the scientific world sustained a great loss. Joseph 
Albert Lintner, Ph. D., was born in Schoharie, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1822, of 
German parentage. He attended Jefferson academy and was graduated 
from the Schoharie academy in 1837. For 10 years he was in business 
in New York city, and at the same time continued his studies under the 
Mercantile library association, also contributing scientific articles to the 
New York tribune. Returning to' Schoharie in 1848, he engaged anew 
in business till 1860, when he removed to Utica and there manufactured 
woolen goods for some years. His scientific studies were continued un- 
remittingly. His large collection of insects was begun in 1853 and in 
1862 his first article on entomology was published. In 1868 he became 
zoological assistant in the state museum, and was put in charge of 
the entomologic work in 1874. He was appointed state entomologist by 
Governor Cornell in 1880, a position held till his death, and in 1883 was 
made by the regents a member of the scientific staff of the state museum. 

This long and faithful service in his chosen field made him a valued 
and respected leader among economic entomologists. The last 36 years 
of his life were devoted almost entirely to entomology, and he wrote 
during that time over 900 independent articles, besides his 13 reports 
and the four numbers of Entomological contributions. In 1871 he began 
to contribute articles on economic entomology to the Cultivator and 
country gentleman, a leading agricultural paper now known as the 
Country gentleman, and was its entomological editor during the last 25 
years. He has also written many notices for a number of other agricultural 
and horticultural papers. Although his publications were numerous and 
varied, it was their writer's ambition to make his communications of 
practical value to all. It was his delight to include something new or 
of more than ordinary interest in every notice of an insect. For the past 
18 years he was widely known as a most earnest and conscientious state 
entomologist. His reports, replete with valuable and practical informa- 
tion, are enduring monuments to their author. In simplicity of language, 
dignity of expression, conciseness and thoroughness of treatment, they 
are models. 

The high appreciation won from his colaborers is strikingly shown in 
the following extract" from an address delivered in 1894 before the Asso- 
ciation of economic entomologists by the president, Dr L. O. Howard, 

a Insect life. 1894. 7 : 63 

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304 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

now chief of the division of entomology, of the United States depart- 
ment of agriculture: 

The movement which resulted in the passage of this law a was started 
by the regents of the University of the State of New York at their annual 
meeting in 1877, and the person appointed to fill the office was Dr ]. A. 
Lintner, a well-known worker in entomology, who, up to that time, had 
been connected with the state museum of natural history. Dr 
Lintner has held office continuously since 1881. He brought to bear 
upon his duties a ripe experience and a mind trained in scientific meth- 
ods. He has published nine reports, the last one covering the year 1892, 
and only recently distributed. These reports are in many respects 
models. The great care and thoroughness of the author have hardly 
been equalled by any other writer upon economic entomology. The 
form of the reports is most admirable, and the account of each insect 
forms almost invariably a complete compendium of our knowledge con- 
cerning it down to the date of publication. His accounts are also ar- 
ranged in the most convenient form for reference, a full bibliography 
precedes the consideration ol each species, and the frequent subheadings 
enable the most practical use of the report. The reports are replete with 
sound and ingenious practical suggestions, and are written in a straight- 
forward, simple style, which possesses great literary merit. They abound 
in illustrations, and are made available by most complete indices and 
tables of contents. Aside from these reports, Dr Lintner has published 
a great deal in the newspapers, particularly the Country gentleman, on 
the subject of economic entomology, and another valuable feature of his 
reports is the comprehensive list which he publishes each year of his unof- 
ficial writings. 

Without the magnificent opportunities our universities are offering 
today, this life shows in the highest degree the results of patient effort 
supplemented by untiring perseverance. Although prohibited by cir- 
cumstances from devoting his whole time to scientific pursuits till late in 
life, his great love for nature enabled him to attain one of the highest 
positions in his chosen work. In 1884 the honorary degree of doctor of 
philosophy was conferred on him by the regents of the University of the 
State of New York. He was president of the Entomological club of the 
American association for the advancement of science and the Associa- 
tion of economic entomologists, two years each, and was president of the 
department of natural science of the Albany institute from 1879 till his death. 
He was elected to membership not only in learned societies in this coun- 
try, but many of those abroad were proud to enroll his name on their 
books, as may be seen by the appended list of memberships held at the 
time of his decease. A short time before his death he was granted a six 
months' leave of absence by the regents in recognition of his long and 
faithful services. 

a Lawg of 1881,'ch. 377. The original appointment was made by Governor Cornell in 1880, 
under authority of ch. 549 of the.laws of that year. 



LINTNER : MEMBERSHIPS IN LEARNED SOCIETIES 305 

Modest and unassuming, gentle, yet never yielding to imposition, kind 
and loved by all, the name of Joseph Albert Lintner shines with a luster 
that places it beside those of Harris, Fitch, Walsh, LeBaron and Riley. 

MEMBERSHIPS IN LEARNED SOCIETIES HELD BY J, A. LINTNER 

American entomological society, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Corresponding member: elected, Nov. 10, 1862. 

Albany institute, Albany, N. Y. 

Resident member : elected, Nov. 2, 1869. 

West Virginia historical society, Morgantown, W. Va. 
Corresponding member: elected, Dec. 30, 1869. 

Entomological society of Ontario, Canada. London, Ont. 
Member since 1872. a 

Lyceum of natural history of the city of New York : Now, New York 
academy of sciences, New York, N. Y. 

Corresponding member : elected, Feb. 27, 1872. 

Buffalo society of natural sciences, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Corresponding member: elected, Mar. 2, 1872. 

Cambridge entomological club, Cambridge, Mass. 
Honorary member : elected, Aug. 10, 1875. 

Dana natural history society: Albany, N. Y. 
Honorary member. 

Academy of natural sciences, Davenport, Iowa. 

Corresponding member: elected, Ap. 27, 1877. 

American association for the advancement of science, Salem, Mass. 
Member: elected, Aug. 21, 1873; Fellow: elected, 1874. 

Societe entomologique de Belgique, Brussells, Belgium. 
Member effectif: elected, Aug. 4, 1877. 

Oneida historical society, Utica, N. Y. 

Corresponding member: elected, July i, 1879. 

Meadville society of natural history, Meadville, Pa. 
Corresponding member: elected, July 2, 1880. 

New York entomological club, New York, N. Y. 

Corresponding member: elected, Nov. 15, 1880. 

a The society has no record accessible which indicates the date of election or the character 
of the membership, though since 1888 he had been regarded as an honorary member. 



306 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Musee royal d'histoire naturelle de Beige, Brussells, Belgium. 
Corresponding member : elected, July 30, 1877. 

Societe imperiale des naturalistes de Moscou, Moscow, Russia. 
Honorary member: elected, Nov. 20, 1886. 

Linnaean scientific association of New Jersey state normal school. 
Honorary member : elected, March 1887. 

Societe entomologique de France, Paris, France. 
Member effectif: elected, Nov. 9, 1887. 

Kansas state horticultural society, Lawrence, Kans. 
Honorary member: elected, Dec. 14, 1887. 

New York state agricultural society, Albany, N. Y. 
Consulting entomologist : elected, January 1889. 

Trinity historical society, Dallas, Texas. 

Honorary member : elected, Jan. 14, 1891. 

Association of economic entomologists. 

Active member since its organization in 1889. 

L.IST OF NEW SPECIES DESCRIBED BY J. A. LINTNEB 

This list is arranged systematically and cites also the place and date of the 

original description. 

Lepidoptera 

Apatura \? Chlorippe^ codes Papilio. 1884. 6 4 : 141-42. 

Lycaena lotis Entomological contributions. c 1878. 

4: 57-5 8 - 

Kricogonia lanice Papilio. 1884. 4 : 138-39. 

Pamphila osceola Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4: 5 8 -59- 
Nisoniades \Tk&naos\ icelus Entomological contributions. 1872. 

i: 30-32. 

Nisoniades \? Thanaos\ somnus . . . .Papilio. 1881. i : 7374. 
Nisoniades [Thanaos] luci'Hus Entomological contributions. 1872. 

i : 3 2 -34. 
Nisoniades [Thana0$\ ausonius . . . .Entomological contributions. 1872. 

i: 34-3 6 - 

a The preferred generic name has been inserted in brackets. 

6 Volume and page references are separated by a colon, e. g., 1:286-93 means volume 1, 
pages 286 to 293. 

c Entomological contributions, 1, 2, 3 and 4 were published respectively in the 23d, 24th, 
26th and 30th Annual reports of the New York state museum of natural history. 



LINTNER: LIST OF NEW SPECIES 307 

Nisoniades \? Thanaos] afranius ..Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4: 63-64. 

Nisoniades [? Thanaos] petronius . . Papilio. 1881. 1:70-71. 
Nisoniades \? Thanaos\ naevius ..Papilio. 1881. i: 69-70. 
Nisoniades \?Thanaos\pacuvius ..Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4 : 60-61. 
Eudamus \Thorybe$\ electra Canadian entomologist. 1881. 

13: 63-65. 

Sphinx insolita Papilio. 1884. 4 : 145-46. 

Ellema pineum Entomological contributions. 1872. 

I ' 37-39- 
Cerura occidentalis Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4 : 82-83. 
A?tisota {Sphingicampd\ bisecta. . . Canadian entomologist. I &79' 

ii : 10-12. 
Cossus centerensis Canadian entomologist. 187 7. 

9: 129-30. 
Cossus undosus Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4: 131-33- 
Xylina unimoda Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4: 96-97. 
Xylina lepidii Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4: 95-96. 

Calocampa nupera Bulletin Buffalo society natural sci- 
ences. 1874. 2: 188-89. 
Cucullia laetifica , Check list of thenoctuidae of America, 

north of Mexico. 1875. p. 24-25. 
Cucullia speyeri Entomological contributions. 1874. 

3: 168-74. 
Cucullia serraticornis Entomological contributions. 1874. 

3: 174-76. 
Plusia culta Insects of New York. 2d Report. 

1885. p. 97. 
Hypocala hilli Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4; 105-7. 
Catocala pretiosa fvar. of C. crataegi Saund.J 

Canadian entomologist. 1876. 8: 121-22. 
Acidalia [Eois] lacteola '. . . Entomological contributions. 1878. 

4 : 112. 



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NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 



Diptera 

Phora agariri Insects of New York. loth Report. 

1895. p. 401, 402. 
Chortophila\Pegomyid\betarum Insects of New York, ist Report. 

1882. p. 208-9. 
Pegomyia vicina Insects of New York, ist Report. 

1882. p. 209-11. 
Sciara caldaria Insects of New York. loth Report. 

1895. p. 398. 

Sciara coprophila Insects of New York. loth Report. 

l8 95- P- 394-9 6 - 
Diplosis cucitmcris Insects of New York, nth Report. 

1896. p. 166-67. 

Diplosis setigera Insects of New York, nth Report. 

1896. p. 168-69. 
Cecidomyia balsamicola Insects of New York. 4th Report. 

1888. p. 60-63. 
Cecidomyia trifolii [leguminicold]. .. Canadian entomologist. l8 79- 

ii : 44-45- 

Thysanura 

Achorutes diversiceps Insects of New York, nth Report. 

1896. p. 253-54. 

Myriapoda 

Leptodesmus falcatus Insects of New York. i2th Report. 

1897. p. 300-1. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE ENTOMOLOGIC PUBLICATIONS 



Joseph Albert Lintner, Ph. D. 

The highly commendable practice of the late Dr J. A. Lintner in 
giving lists of his papers together with place, date of publication and 
summary of contents, has reduced to a minimum the labor of preparing 
this bibliography of his writings. In bringing these titles together, it 
has been my aim to render the greatest value with the least repetition. 
The extended summaries included in the original lists have been 
abridged, only the names of the more important species being retained. 



LINTNER : ENTOMOLOGIC PUBLICATIONS 309 

The synonymy indicated is based largely on that adopted by Dr Lintner 
in his index of reports i-io, which was published in 1896. 

Metamorphoses of Ceratomia quadricornis Harris \amyntor Hiibn.] 
(Entomological society of Philadelphia. Proceedings. 1862. 
i : 286-93) Also, separate, with cover and half title page, 
December 1862. 

Extended account of its life history, describing the egg, larval stages, 
pupa, pupal cell and its construction. 

Notes on some of the diurnal lepidoptera of the state of New York, 
with descriptions of their larvae and chrysalides. (Entomological 
society of Philadelphia. Proceedings. 1864. 3:50-64) Also, 
separate, with cover and title page, May 1864. 

The following species are noticed: Papilio turnus Linn. [Jasoniades 
glaucus Linn.], Papilio aster ias Fabr. [polyxenes Fabr.], Papilio [Euphoeades] 
troilus Linu., Pieris oleracea Harris, Colias [Eurymus] pliilodice Godt., Grapta 
[Polygonia] comma Harris, Grapta [Polygonia~] faunas Edw., Grapta 
[Polygonia~\ progne Fabr., Grapta [Eugenia] j-album Godt., Vanessa 
[Euvanessa] antiopa Linn., Vanessa [Aglais] millerti Godt., Limenitis 
[Basilarchia] arlhemis Drury, Limenitis disippus Godt. [Basilarchia 
archippus Cram.], Pyrameis [Vanessa] huntera Sm.-Abb. Also notes 
of comparative abundance and capture of some of the diurnals. 

Description of the larva of Dryocampa [Anisota] rubicunda Fabr. 
(Entomological society of Philadelphia. Proceedings. 1864. 3 : 
426-27) 

Mature larva taken from sugar maple is described. 

Notes on some Sphingidae of the state of New York, with descriptions 
of their larvae and pupae. (Entomological society of Philadelphia. 
Proceedings. 1864. 3: 645-72) Also, separate, with cover and title 
page. December 1864. 

The immature stages of the following species are noticed : Sesia [Hemaris] 
thysbe Fabr., Sphinx quinquemaculata Steph. [Phlegethontius celeus Hiibn.], 

Sphinx [Phi egethontius] cingulata Fabr., Sphinx f [eremitus Hiibn.], 

Sphinx cinerea Harr. [cliersts Hiibn.], Sphinx kalmia Sm.-Abb., Sphinx drupi- 
ferarum Sm.-Abb., Philampelus satellilia Harr. [pandorus Hiibu.], Philampelus 
achemon Drury, Deilephila chamaenerii Harr. Deilephila lineata Fabr., Darapsa 
[Ampelopliaga~] myron Cram., Ceratomia quadricornis Harr. [amyntor Hiibn.], 

Smerinthus [Paowias] excaecatus Sm.-Abb., Smerinthus ? [Paonias excaeca- 

tns Sm.-Abb.], Smerinthus [Cressonia] juglandis Sui.-Abb., Ellema harrisii 

a In the bibliography the names used in the text are given and the preferred terms 
inserted in brackets. 



310 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Clem., Sphinx larvae on poplar [Pheosia dimidiata H.-S.] ; list of undescribed 
larvae of N. Y. state Spliingidae. 

A hundred fold return for a trifling expenditure. (Utica morning herald. 
May n, 1866) 

Brief article on tbe value of entomologic study, and recommending the 
Practical entomologist to the public. 

Description of a new species of Grapta, and Notes on G. interrogationis. 
(American entomological society. Transactions. 1869 2:313-19) 
Also, separate, May 1869. 

Description of Grapta umbrosa [Polygonia interrogationis var.] 

First observation of Pieris rapae in New York- (Sunday morning press 
[Albany]. Aug. 7, 1870, p. 4) 
Notice of the capture of this cabbage butterfly in Albany. 

' The poisonous cabbage worm.' (Argus [Albany] Oct. 20, 1870) 

Refuting the statement that the larva of the cabbage butterfly, Pieris rapae, 
is poisonous. 

The recently imported cabbage butterfly Pieris rapae. [Read before 
the Albany institute, Nov. 2, 1870] (Argus [Albany] Nov. 2, 1870. 
Albany institute. Proceedings. 1873. 1:199-201) 

General account of its introduction, life history and probable spread in this 
country. 

On Graptae interrogationis and fabricii Edw. \interrogationis var.]. 
(American entomological society. Transactions. December 1870. 
3 : 197-204) Separate with cover and title page. 
Discussion of Grapta [Polygonia] interrogationis Fabr, and its varieties. 

Spectrum [Diapheromera] femoratum. (Country gentleman. Aug. 13, 
1871. 36:55 234a ) 
Identification of this ' walking stick' from Columbia, Missouri. 

Dryocampa \Basilona\ imperialis Drury. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 
1871. 36:6oo 26 ) 

Description of the moth and note on its transformations and habits. 
Pieris rapae parasites. (American naturalist. 1871. 5:742; Canadian 
entomologist. November 1871. 3:197) 

Notice of an attack by Pteromalus, probably P. puparum, on the larvae of 
the cabbage butterfly. 

Cabbage butterfly. (Country gentleman. Nov. 16, 1871. 36:728 16 ) 

Pieris rapae in Delaware, and discovery of its parasite, Pteromalus puparum, 
in Albany, N. Y. 

a The superior figures point to the column and the exact place on the page in ninths ; e. g. 
5523* means page 552, column three, four ninths of the way down. 



LINTNER: ENTOMOLOGIC PUBLICATIONS 311 

Cut worms in corn. (Country gentleman. May 30, 1872. 37'339 21 ) 

Notice of yonug cut worms in corn, probably those of Mamestra [Xylophasia] 
arclica Boisd. 

Apple twig borer on pear trees. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1872. 

37 = 375 21 ) 
General notice of Ampliicerus bicaudatus Say. 

Spindle worms. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1872. 37:376 18 ) 

Caterpillars attacking corn are thought to be a species of Gortyna 
[tHydroeofa] . 

Hessian fly. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1872. 37 : 376 26 ) 
Insect is identified from Franklin co., Ohio. 

Bark louse. (Country gentleman. July n, 1872. 37:44o 28 ) 

Notice of a species of Coccus 'infesting a thorn hedge in Windsor, Canada. 

Owl beetle. (Country gentleman. July 18, 1872. 37 : 456") 
Description and habits of Alaus oculalus Linn. 

Revision of some of the American butterflies. (American naturalist. 1872. 

6 : 354-59) 

Review of a paper under the above title published by Samuel H. Scudder, 
in the report of the Peabody academy of science, 1871, p. 24-82. 

Entomological contributions no. i 1872. p. 5-90, pi. 7-8. New York 
state cabinet of natural history. 23d annual report, 1869. p. 135-222. 

Contents 

Biography of Hemileuca maia Drury 5 

Observations on Melitaea [Eupliydryas] phaeton Fabr 22 

Notes on Melitaea [Charidryas] nycteis Doubl 26 

Notes on Pieris oleracea Harris 28 

Descriptions of new species of Nisouiades 30 

Nisoniades [Thanaos] icelus, N. [Thanaos] lucilius and N. [Thanaos] ausonius described. 

Desciiptions of a new Sphinx 37 

Elletna pineum described. 
List of Sphingidae occurring in the state of New York 40 

40 species are recorded and their principal synonyms given. 
List of butterflies occurring in the state of New York 44 

Embraces 113 species, with notes on those of rare occurrence, and mention of 13 others which 
may be presumed to occur in the state. 

Calendar of butterflies for the year 1869 48 

Contains notes on 63 species as they appeared successively, from Thecla [Incisalia]iruf Godt., 
on April 27, to Pamphila [Anthomaster'] leonardus Harris on Aug. 20. 

Dates of collection of New York Heterocera 56 

Contains dates of collection of 94 .species during the year 1869, and of 200 species in prior years. 

List of North American Lepidoptera contained in 'Species General des Le"pi- 

dopteres' by A. Guende 66 

Embraces above 600 species giving habitat and notes on the same. 

Notes on Cucullia intermedia Speyer 81 

Notes on the life history of this species and also on C. convexipennis. 



312 - NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Entomological contributions no. 2. 1872. p. 5-66. New York 
state museum of natural history. 24th annual report, 1870. 1872. 

p. 109-70. 

Contents 

On the larva and imago of Sesia [Hemaris] diffinis Harris ................... 5 

Transformations of Sesia [Hemaris] buffaloensis Gr.-Rob .................... 8 

On the larva and pupa of Thyreus abbotii Swainson ....................... 10 

On the larva of Philampelus achemon Drury ................................ 13 

Smerinthus geminatus Say and its supposed varieties ........................ 15 

Transformations of Daremma [Ceratomia~\ undulosa Walker ................. 24 

Notes on Platarctia parthenos Harr. [hyperborea Curt.] ..................... 28 

Notes on Euprepia americana Harris [var. of Arctia caja Linn.] .............. 30 

Notes on Euckaeles egle Drury ............................................. 32 

Tranformations of Lagoa [ Megalopyge] crispata Packard .................... 34 

Transformations of Hyperchiria [Automeris'] io Fabr ....................... 42 

Transformations of Eacles \_Basilona] imperialis- Drury ...................... 46 

Larval notes on Anisota senatoria Smith ................................... 51 

Calendar of butterflies for tbe year 1870 ............. . ..................... 53 

Dates of collection of some Heterocera for 1870 ............................ 64 

Hypena scabra Fabr. and ff. erectalis Guen. \scabrd\ (Canadian entomol- 
ogist. May 1873. 5 : 81-82) 

The synonymy of these two species and of Depressaria ontariella [D. 
heracliana De Geer] 

Entomology. [Remarks on Myrmeleon, Termes, etc., at a field meeting 

of the Albany institute at Schoharie, N. Y., June 7, 1873] (Albany 

evening times. June 9, 1873. 17:3; Albany institute. Proceedings. 

1878. 2 : 48-50) 

Remarks upon the ant lion, Myrmeleon sp., the white aut Termes flavipes, 

the cabbage butterfly Pieris rapae, etc. 

Economic entomology, etc. [Remarks made at a field meeting of the 
Albany institute at Watkins Glen, N. Y., June 27, 1873] (Albany 
evening times. June 30, 1873. 17 : 3, col. 3,4, 62 cm; Albany insti- 
tute. Proceedings. i8;,8. 2:65-69) 

General remarks on insects, their injuries, parasites, etc. 

Caterpillar [on apple-tree]. (Country gentleman. July 17, 1873. 38: 



Caterpillars from Ottumwa, Iowa, prove to be Notodonta [ScMzura] con- 
cinna. Sm.-Abb. 

Coccus insect on the pine. (Country gentleman. Aug. 21, 1873. 38: 

535") 
Features of Coccus [Chen/lies'] pinicortlcis Fitch, its operations, and remedies. 



LINTNER : ENTOMOLOGIC PUBLICATIONS 313 

Entomological contributions no 3. May 1874. 3: 117-92. New York 
state museum of natural history. 26th annual report, 1872 1874. 

. p. 117-92, fig. 1-14. 

Contents 

On the larva of Eudryas unio Hiibn. and allied forms 117 

Larvae of Eudryas [Euthisanotia] unio, Eudryas [Euthisanotia] grata Fabr., Alypia 
oetomaculata Hiibn. and Psycomorpha epimenis Drury are described. 

Transformations of some Bombycidae 125 

Transformations of the following-named species are given: Platysamia [Samia] cecropia 
Linn., Callosamia promethea Drury and Actias {Tropaea} luna Linn. 

Descriptions of the larvae of some Bombycidae 129 

Descriptions are given of the following: Parorgyia parallela Gr.-Rob. [Olene achatina 
Sm.-Abb.], Apattlodes angelica Grote, Coelodasys [Schizura] uniccrnis Sm.-Abb. Platycerura 
[Panthea]furcilla Pack , Dryocampa [Anistota] rubicunda Fabr. and Tolype velleda Stoll. 

Descriptions of the larvae of some Noctuidae 135 

Acronycta americana [erroneous reference of A. funeralis Gr.-Rob.], Acronycta morula 
Gr -Rob., Ceramica [J/amestraJ picta, Cucullia convexipennis Gr.-Rob., Cucullia asteroides 
Guen., and Catocala sp. ? are described. 

Notes en some New York Bombycidae 142 

Contains descriptions or notes, mainly larval, of the following species: Callimorpha 
[Haploa] lecontii Boisd., Arctia [Euprepia] arge Drury, Spilosoma virginica Fabr., 
Spilosoma latipennis Stretch, Euchaetes oregonensis Stretch, Euchaetes collaris Fitch [Cycnia 
tenera Hiibn.], Ichthyura vau Fitch [Melalopha apicalis Walk.] Halisidota caryae Harris, 
Orgyia [Notolophus] leucostigma Sm.-A.bb., Empretia [Sibine] stimulea Clem., Phobetron 
pithecium Sm.-Abb., Lithacodes [Tortricidia] fasciola Her.-Sch , Nadata gibbosa Sm.-Abb., 
Notodonta sp.?, Edema [Symmerista] albifrons Sm.-Abb., Cerura borealis Boisd., Telea 
polyphemus Linn., Actias [Tropaea'] luna Linn., Hemileuca maia Drury, Gastropacha 
[Phyllodesma] americana Harris, Clisiocampa americana Fabr., Ctenucha virginica Charp., 
and Scepsis fulvicollis Hiibn. 

Notes on some New York Noctuidae 157 

The following species are noticed: Diphtera [Charadra] deridens Guen., Acronycta ameri- 
cana [erroneous reference of A. funeralis Gr.-Rob.], Acronycta oblinita Sm.-Abb., Agrotis 
tricosa nov. sp. [Feltia, jaculifera Guen.], Hadena [Xylophasia] lignicolor Guen., Hadena 
[Mamestra] adjuncta Boisd., Cucullia florea Guen., ? Chariclea exprimens Walk. [Pyrrhia 
umbra Hiifn.,] Chamyris cerintha Treits., Plusia balluca Hiibn., Plusia aeroides Grote, 
S^oliopteryx libatrix Linn., Catocala parta Guen., Mesographe [Evergestis] stramentalis 
Hiibn., Nematocampa fllamentaria Guen. [Ania limbata Haw.], Ennomos magnaria Guen., 
Amphidasys [Lycia] cognalaria Guen., Abraxas [Diastictis] ribearia Fitch. Also, Notes on 
the seasons of 1858 and 1859. 

Descriptions of new species of Cucullia 168 

Cucullia speyeri and C. serraticornis described. 

Observation of some New York Rhopalocera, 1871 177 

Gives dates of observation of 46 species of butterflies, up to July 7, when the record was 
suspended. 

Dates of collection of some New York Heterocera, 1872 179 

List of 140 species, also, of 59 taken in preceding years. 
Description of a convenient insect case 186 

[Also in Insects of Missouri, 5th report, 1873, p. 38-40, and in Dr Riley's Diiections for collect- 
ing and preserving insects, p. 101-4, published by the Smithsonian institution, in 1892] 
Describes the construction of several insect cases. 



314 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Three lined leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. July 23,1874. 39: 

47' 13 ) 

Brief general notice of Lema trilineata Oliv. 

Soldier bug. (Country gentleman. July 23, 1874. 39: 47i 17 ) 

Arm a [Podisus] sj^'wosaDallas, is jioticed as an enemy of the Colorado potato 
beetle. 

A timothy eater. (Country gentleman. July 23, 1874. 39: 47 1 22 ) 
Subsequently proved to be the larva of Leucania species. 

Raspberry borer. (Country gentleman. July 30, 1874. 39: 487) 

Description of Oberea tripunctata Fabr. [bimaculata Oliv.] and its girdling 
the canes of the raspberry. 

Insect on the potato. (Country gentleman. July 30, 1874. 39: 488 17 ) 

Notice of Cosmopepla carnifex injuring potato vines. 
Joint worm. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10,1874. 39: 584 17 ) 

Galls and transformations of Isosoma hordei Harris are described. 
Cimex [Acanthia] lectularius. (Country gentleman. Sep. 24, 1874. 

39 : 6i 5 43 ) 

General account of the bed bug, Acanthia lectularia Linn. 

Maple leaf cutter. (Country gentleman. Oct. i, 1874. 39: 63i 14 ) 

General account of Ornlx [Incurvaria~] acerifoliella Fitch destroying maple 
forests in Pittsford, Vt, 

Cattle tick. (Country gentleman. Oct. i, 1874. 39:63i 22 ) 
Appearance and habits of Ixodes [Boophilus] bovis Rilej. 

Oil beetle. (Country gentleman. 001.15,1874. 39 : 663 43 ) 

Short notice of the habits and vesicating properties ofMelocangusticollis Say. 
Mr Otto Meske's collection of Lepidoptera. (Albany evening times. 
Oct. 27, 1874. Albany institute. Transactions, 1876. 8:215-20) 
Notice of the valuable features of this collection. 

Description of a new species of Cahcampa. (Buffalo society of natural 
sciences. Bulletin 2. October 1874. p. 188-89) 
Calocampa nupera is described as a new species. 

Record of collections of New York Heterocera for the year 1873. (New 
York state museum of natural history. 27th annual report, 1875. 

p. 144-48) 

Lists 135 species, with localities and dates of capture. 

New apple worm. (Albany evening times. Ap. 12, 1875. 19:2, col. 
3-4; New York state museum of natural history. 3oth report, 1878. 
p. 117-21, with additional matter, p. 121-26; Entomological contri- 
butions. June 1878. 4:5-14) 

General account of Mermis acuminata Leidy with special reference to its 
being a parasite of Carpocapsa pomonella larvae. 



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New apple worm. (Country gentleman. Ap. 29, 1875. 40: 
Mermis sp. [actiminata], a parasite ou Carpocapsa pomonella. 

Insect on the cabbage. (Country gentleman. June 24, 1875. 4 0: 39 217 ) 
Identification and notice of Muryantia histrionica, from Charlotteville, Va. 

Blister beetles. (Country gentleman. July i, 1875. 40:407^) 
Account of Lytta murina [Macrolasis unicolor Kirby] on potato vines. 

Cocoons on oats. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1875. 40 : 424 21 ) 
Cocoons are of some parasite whicli could not be determined. 

Worm on wheat. (Country gentleman. July 15, 1875. 40 : 44o 28 ) 
Caterpillar is that of Leucania harceyi [albilinea Hiibn.]. 

Insects on potatoes. (Country gentleman. July 22, 1875. 4o:472 28 ) 
Notice of an attack on potatoes by Lygus Uneolaris [pratensis Liuu.]. 

On Lycaena neglecta Edw. \Cyaniris pseudargiolns var.]. (Canadian 
entomologist. July 1875. 7 : 122-23) 

Reasons for differing from Mr W. II. Edwards in Lis belief of the identity of 
L. neylecta with L. lucia [vars. of Cyaniris pseudargiolus'] based on observa- 
tions made at Center, N. Y. 

On Orthosia ralla Gr.-Rob (Canadian entomologist. July 1875. 
7: 128-29) 

Orthosia ralla is not identical with 0. ferrucjlnoides Guen. [bicolorayo Guen. 
var.] 

Carpocapsa deshaiziana \saltitans\ in seed-vessels of Euphorbia. [Read 
before the Albany institute Oct. 5,1875] (Argus [Albany] Oct. u, 
1875; Albany institute. Proceedings. 1878. 2: 264-67) 

General account of Carpocapsa dexhaiziana [saltitans] and notice of a 
Podurid [Achorutes diversiceps Lintn.] at Center, N. Y. 

Cucullia laetifica Lintn. (n. sp.) (Check -list of the Noctuidae of America, 
north of Mexico, by A. R. Grote, November 1875. I : 2 4~ 2 5) 

This species is described from a specimen from Bastrop, Texas, in the 
collection of Mr O. Meske. 

List of Catocalas occurring in the state of New York. (New York 
state museum of natural history. 27th annual report, 1875. p. 137-40) 
Contains 43 species, with references and synonyms. 

List of new species of New York Lepidoptera published in 1873. (New 
York state museum of natural history. 27th annual report, 1875. 

p. 141-43) 

Contains 80 species, mainly by A. R. Grote, in the Noctuidae and Deltoidae 
[the latter family united with the former by recent writers]. 



316 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

On Catocala pretiosa n. sp. [C. crataegi Saund. var.] (Canadian entomolo- 
gist. July 1876. 8:121-22) 

Described from examples taken at sugar in Schenectady, N. Y., and com- 
pared with C. polygama Gueu. [C. orynea Cram.] 

Destructive caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Aug. 10, 1876. 4i:5O4 27 ) 
Caterpillar eating apple leaves in a young orchard at Manilas, N. Y., is 
probably Notodonta [Schizura] concinna Sm.-Abb. 

Cabbage eating insect. (Country gentleman. Sep. 7, 1876. 4i:565 37 ) 
Brief account of Strachia [MurganticC] histrionica Hahn as a cabbage pest at 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Grape seed fly. (Country gentlemen. Sep. 21, 1876. 41 : 599 14 ) 

Isosoma [Evoxysoma] vitis Saund. is tbe insect infesting grapes received 
from New Jersey. Its operations are described and remedies for its attack 
given. 

New carpet bug pest Anthrenus scrophulariae. [Read before the Albany 
institute, Oct. 17, 1876] (Argus [Albany] Oct. 21, 1876; Schenectady 
daily union. Oct. 21, 1876; Buffalo courier. Oct. 29, 1876; Albany 
institute. Proceedings, 1878. 2:313-15) 

Notice of the introduction and spread of the carpet beetle, Anthrenus scro- 
phulariae Linn. 
Insects in flour. (Country gentleman. Oct. 26, 1876. 41 : 683 35 ) 

Wheat flour swarming with Tyroglyphus farinae [siro Linn.] was received, 
and a brief account of the mite is given. 

Scale insects. (Country gentleman. Feb. i, 1877. 42 : 6g 22 ) 

The following on pear and apple trees are noticed briefly : Atpidiotus har- 
risii Walsh [Chionaspis furfurus Fitch] and Aspidiotus conchiformis Gmel. 
[Mytilaspis pomorum Douche"] . 

Bark lice. (Country gentleman. Mar. 8, 1877. 42 : i5i 41 ) 

Notice of Harris' bark louse [Chionaspis furfurus Fitch] and description 
of the oyster shell bark louse. 

Apple tree insects. (Country gentleman. Ap. 12, 1877. 42 : 235^) 

Oviposition of some tree hoppers, and of the flower cricket, Oecanthus niveus 
DeGeer, is identified. 
Insects of 1876 i. (Country gentleman May 31, 1877. 42 : 347 23 ) 

Army worm, Leucania unipuncta Haw., Colorado potato beetle and grape 
seed fly, Isosoma [Evoxysoma] vitis, are treated of to some extent. 

Insects of 1876 2. The new carpet bug. (Country gentleman. 
June 7, 1877. 42 : 363 21 ) 

Notice of Anthrenus scrophulariae and a new potato insect. 

Insect on peach trees. (Country gentleman. June 7, 1877. 42 : 36336) 
Unknown caterpillar infesting the twigs of peach trees [probably Anarsia 
lineatella Zeller] can not be identified. 



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Parasitic insect. (Country gentleman. July 12, 1877. 42 : 448^) 

Youug hemipterous insect from Cecil co., Md., are probably Prionotus [Pri- 
onodua] cristatus Linn. 

Gooseberry fruit worm. (Country gentleman. July 12, 1877. 42:4482*5) 
Brief notice of Pempclia [Zophodia] grossulariae Pack, infesting gooseber- 
ries. 



Tree hoppers. (Country gentleman. July 19, 1877. 42 : 

Identifies the egg deposit of one of the tree hoppers [probably Ceresa 
bubalus] in apple twigs. 

Eastern grasshopper. (Country gentleman. July 26, 1877. 4 2 : 475 42 ) 
Destructive work of Caloptenus \_Melanoplus~\ femur-rubrum DeGeer in 
. Virginia. 

Blistering beetles. (Country gentleman. July 26, 1877. 42:476") 

Brief notice of Epicauta cinerea Foerst aud Lytta [Cantharis~\ nuttalli Say, on 
potatoes and beans. 

On a new species of Cossus. (Canadian entomologist. July 1877. 
9:129-30) 

Description of Cossus centerensis Lintn. 

Carpet bug. (Country gentleman. Aug. 2, 1877. 42:49 1 27 ) 
General account of Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn. 

Grape vine hog caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. 6, 1877. 
4 2: 5 7i 32 ) 

Short notice of Darapsa [Ampelop 1 iaga~] myron Cram 

Pernicious corn insect the Indian Cetonia. (Country gentleman. 
Sep. 13, 1877. 4 2:s85 38 ) 

Injuries by Cetonia [Euphoria] inda Linn, to corn and fruit. 

Aphis in wheat. (Country gentleman. Dec. 6, 1877. ' 42:779 21 ) 

Aj>bis infesting the stalks of young wheat can not be Aphis avenae Fitch 
[Nectarophora granaria], 

Pea weevil. (Country gentleman. Dec. 6, 1877. 42:78o 25 ) 

Bruchus scutellaris Fabr. [chmensis Linn ] is identified as the weevil infest- 
ing peas in Virginia. 

Hessian fly. (Country gentleman. Jan. 24, 1878. 43 : 55 35 ) 
Gives a brief account of Cecidomyia destructor Say. 

Aquatic worm. (Country gentleman. Jan. 31, 1878. 43 : 7 235 ) 

'Animalculae' sent from a well in Winsted, Ct., are described briefly but can 
not be identified. 

Grain aphis. (Country gentleman. Ap. 11,1878. 43:232 24 ) 

Aphis avenae [Nectarophora granaria] is identified from Bellbuckle, Tenn. 



318 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Insect for name. (Country gentleman. Ap. 18, 1878. 43 : 248^) 

Flat oval eggs of Phylloptera [Amblycorypha] oblongifolia on grapevine are 
identified. 

Insects for name. (Country gentleman. Ap. 25, 1878. 43 : 264 25 ) 

Beetles plowed up iu hundreds are tbe common June bug, Lachnost&rna fusca 
Frohl. and PhyUophaffa pilosicollis Knoch [Lachnosterna tristis Fabr.] 

Raspberry cane borer. (Country gentleman. May 23, 1878. 43 : 328 16 ) 
Girdling of raspberry canes is referred to Oberea tripunctata [bimaculata 
Oliv.]. 
Two beetles. (Country gentleman. May 30, 1878. 43 : 344 23 ) 

Brief notice of Chrysomela trimaculata [Doryphora clivicoUis Kirby] and 
Coptocycla guttata Oliv. [signifera Herbst]. 

Insects for name. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1878. 43 : 376 24 ) 

Bibio alUpennis, Dermestes lardarius, Aphis avewae [Nectarophora granaria] 
are identified. 

Peach twig moth. (Country gentleman. June 27, 1878. 43 : 407 19 ) 

General account of Anarsia lineatella Zeller. 
Grape vine coccus. (Country gentleman. July 4, 1878. 43 : 423 36 ) 

Brief mention of a scale on grape vines. 

Insects in Illinois. (Country gentleman July 4, 1878. 43:425 28 ) 

Insects sent from Champaign co., 111., are identified as Lecanium acerioola 
[probably an erroneous reference of Puhinaria innumerabilis Rathv.]. 

Apple bark and pear blight beetles. (Country gentleman. July 18, 

1878. 43:455 U ) 

Notice of Xyleborus pyri Peck [dlspar Fabr.] and Crypturgus [Monarthrum] 
mail Fitch. 

Cockscomb elm gall. (Country gentleman. July 18, 1878. 43: 455^) 
Brief account of Byrsocripta [Glypliina~\ ulmicola Fitch. 

Apple tree insect. (Country gentleman. July 25, 1878. 43:47i 12 ) 

Larvae in crevices of a limb, apparently hymenopterous, can not be iden- 
tified. 

Maple bark scale insect Lecanium acericorticis \Ptilvinaria innumerab- 
ilis\. (Country gentleman. July 25, 1878. 43:47i 17 ) 

General account of this insect, giving previous hi story, habits and remedies. 

Preface and notes to the genera of the Hesperidae of the European 
faunal region, by Dr Speyer. (Canadian entomologist. July, August 
and September 1878. 10: 121, 122, 123-24, 125, 126, 146, 151, 163, 



Introduction and corrections to the above paper. 
Phylloxera. (Country gentleman. Aug. i, 1878. 43: 
Brief notice of Phylloxera vastatrix [vitifoliae] . 



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Burrowing beetle Cebrio bicolor. (Country gentleman. Aug. 8, 1878. 

43: 57 35 ) 

Beetle is identified and its habits given. 

Ugly bee slayer. (Country gentleman. Aug. 29, 1878. 43: 55i 14 ) 
Account of Phymata ero?a \_woljli] capturing butterflies, bees, etc. 

Squash vine borer. (Country gentleman. Aug. 29, 1878. 43: 57 1 24 ) 

Notice of Melittia cucurbitae TIar. [afyrini/ormi0Hiibn.] attacking squash 
vines. 

Phylloxera. (Country gentleman. Aug. 29, 1878. 43 : 55 1 34 ) 

Galls on grape leaves are identified as those of Phylloxera vastatrix 
\vitifoliae] . 

New carpet beetle Anthrenus scrophulariae. (Entomological contri- 
butions. June 1878. 4: 15-23, figure. American naturalist. Aug- 
ust 1878. 12 : 536-4^. New York state museum of natural history. 
30th annual report. 1878. p. 127-35) 

General account of the discovery and life history of this insect, with 
remedies. 

Report on the insects and other animal forms of Caledonia creek, N. Y. 
(New York fishery commission, zoth annual report, 1877 and 1878. 
p. 12-36, pi. 1-2. Also, separate, with title page and cover, p. 1-25, 
pi. 1-2, August 1878) 

Extended report of the forms of life inhabiting the waters of the creek 
with special reference to their value as food for fishes. 

Annual address of the president [of the Entomological club of the 
American association for the advancement of science, at St Louis, 
Mo., Aug. 20, 1878). (Canadian entomologist. September 1878. 
10 : 171-76) 
Review of progress and the present status of entomology. 

Turnip flea beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 12, 1878. 43: 583") 
Larvae destroying turnips are identified as those of Haltica striolata 
[Phyllotreta vittala Fabr.]. 

Carpet beetle. (Cou itry gentleman. Sep. 12, 1878. 43 : 583 28 ) 

Brief general notice of Anthrenus scrophulariae. 

Harlequin cabbage bug. (Country gentleman. Sep. 26, 1878. 
43:616") 

An insect destroying cabbages, Alurganlia histrionica Hahn, is noticed 
briefly. 

Cabbage aphis. (Country gentleman. Nov. 14, 1878. 43 : 7 2 7 18 ) 

Aphis attacking turnips, Aphis brassicae Linn., is indentified and remedies 
indicated. 



320 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Economic entomology during the year 1877. (New York state agricul- 
tural society. 37th annual report. 1878. p. 37-39. Transactions. 
1877-82. 1884. 33 :I 7-2o) 

Impoitauce of economic entomology with notices of Nepliopteryx^Pinipestis] 
zimmermani and Cossus centerensis. 

Contribution to the economical entomology of the year 1876. (New York 
state agricultural society. Transactions. 1872-76. 1878. 32:236-43) 
[Paper presented at the annual meeting of the state agricultural 
society, Jan. 17, 1877] (Country gentleman. May 31, June 7, 1877. 

47 : 347 23 , 363 21 ) 

Notices army worm, Leucania unipuncta, Colorado potato beetle, grape seed 
fly, new carpet beetle, Antlirenus scrophulariae, and an unknown insect tunnel- 
ing potatoes. 

Description of a new species of Anisota. (Canadian entomologist. Jan- 
uary 1879. ii : 10-12) 

Anisota [Sphingicampa] bisecta is described. 

Peach tree borer. (Country gentleman. Mar. 27, 1879. 44 : Z 99 26 ) 
Notice of the peach tree borer and plnm curculio. 

Clover seed fly a new insect pest. (American naturalist. March 

1879. I3 :I 9) 
Notice of a paper treating of Cecidomyia trifolii \leguminicola}. 

Clover seed fly a new insect pest. (Canadian entomologist. March 
1879. ii : 44-45 ; Entomological society of Ontario. Annual report. 
1879. p. 28-30) 
Account and description of Cecidomyia trifolii [leguminicola]. 

Poduridae (spring tails) in a cistern. (Country gentleman. May 22, 
1879. 44:32721) 

Notice of Lipura fimetaria [Aphorura armata] and an allied species [probably 
Achorutes diversiceps] observed at Center, N. Y. 

Two spotted lady bug. (Country gentleman. June 26, 1879. 44: 407) 
Beetle mistaken for the carpet bug, is Coccinella bimaculata [Adalia bipunc- 
tata Linn.] 

Strawberry borers. (Country gentleman. June 26, 1879. 44 : 407^) 

' Worms ' infesting strawberry roots are identified as the strawberry crown 
borer, Anarsia Uneatella. 

Golden tortoise beetle. (Country gentleman. June 26, 1879. 44: 407^) 
Beetles on potato vines, Cassida aurichalcea Fabr. [Coptocycla bicolor Fabr.] 
are identified. 

Grape vine galls. (Country gentleman. June 26, 1879. 44 : 47 27 ) 
Galls on grape vine are those of Lasioptera vitis Osten Sackcn. 



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Entomological contributions no. 4. New York state museum of natu- 
ral history. 3oth report. 1879. p. 117-254. Separate, in advance 
of the report, with title page, table of contents, index and cover, June 

1878. 144 p. 

Contents 

PAGE 

1 On Mermis acuminata Leidy - 5 

2 New carpet bug Anthrenus scropkulariae Linn ]5 

3 Isosoma [Evoxysoma'] vitis Saimders the grape seed fly 24 

4 List of Lepidoptera, collected by W. W. Hill, in the Adirondack region of 

New York 29 

5 Collections of Noctuidae, at Schenectndy, N. Y., in 1875 43 

6 On some Lepidoptera common to the United States and Patagonia 52 

7 On Lycaena neglecta Edw. [Cyaniris pseudargiolus var.~) 55 

8 Descriptions of two new species of California butterflies (Lycaena lotis 

[Cyaniris pseudargiolus var.] and PampMla osceola) 57 

9 On some species of Nisoniades (jV. [IThanaoa] pacuviusn. sp., N. [ITh-anaos'] 

funeralis Scndd.-Burg., N. [Thanaos] tristis Boisd., N. [_1Thanaos~\ 
afranius u. sp., N. [Thanao8~] icelus Lintn., N. [Tkanaoi] brizo Boisd. - 
Lec., N. [Thanaos] martialis Scudd., N. [Thanaos] persius Scudd., 
N. [Thanaos] juvenalis Fabr.) 60 

10 Transformations of Nisoniades [Thanoas] lucilius Liutn 67 

11 Description of Eudamus tpigena Butler [epigona H.-S.] 69 

12 Systematic arrangement ot'the European and some American Hesperidae. 71 

13 Notes on Notodonta dictaea [Pheosia dimidiata] 76 

14 On some new species of Cernra (C. occidentalis, C. aquilonaris [scolopen- 

drina Boisd.] and C. Candida [scitiscripfa Walk.] Also of C.borealis Boisd.) 82 

15 On CaradrinafidiculariaMoir. [multifera Walk.J 89 

16 Larva of Homohadena ladistriga Grote 93 

17 Descriptions of two new species of Xylina [X. lepida and X. unimoda] ... 95 

18 Notes on Cucullia laetiftca Lintu 98 

19 Notes on Catocala pretiosa Lintn. [var. of C. crataegi Saund.] 100 

20 On a new species of Hypocala [ff. Mill} 103 

21 On the identity of Homoptera lunata and H. edusa 108 

22 On the identity of two forms of Hypenidae (Tortricodes Ufidalis and T. 

indivisalis [Gaberasa ambigualis Walk.] 110 

23 Descriptions of two new species of Pbalaenidae (Acidalia [Eois~\ lacteola 

mn&Cidaria pa cTcardata [Eustromapopulata Linn.] 112 

24 New locality for Brephos infans Moesch 115 

25 Notes of captures of Lepidoptera in 1876, rare to the vicinity of Albany.. 118 

26 Notes on some Lepidoptera (Grapta [Polygonia] satyrus Edw. Lycaena 

[Cyaniris] pseudargiolus Boisd.- Lee., Agrotis nigricans var. rnaizii 
Fitch [Carneades tessellata Harr.], Agrotis ICarneades] perpolita UOYT. , 
Agrotis cupida Grote [Rhynchagrotis anchocelioldes Guen.], Agrotis \_Bliyn- 
cliagrotia] brunneicollis Grote, Cucullia intermedia Speyer, Xylina thaxteri 
Grote var., lambda, Hypena humuli Fitch, Depressaria lecontella Clem., 
et al.. 121 



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PAGK 

27 On some species of Cossus (Cossns reticulatus n. sp. [Prionoxystus robiniae 
Peck], C. undosus n. sp., C. plagiatus Walk. [Prionoxystus robiniae], C. 
crepera Harr. \_Prionoxystusrobiniae], C. querciperda Fitch, [Prionoxystus 
macmurtrei Guer.]) 130 

Army worm Leucania unipuncta Haw (Country gentleman. July 3, 

l8 79 . 44: 422 44 -23*) 

General account of tbe insect, giving description, life history and parasites. 
Corn curculio Sphenophorus zeae Walsh \sculptilis Uhler]. (Country 
gentleman. July 10, 1879. 44 : 439 21 .) 
Brief general notice of this insect. 

Clover seed fly. (Country gentleman. July 17, 1879. 44: 455 13 ) 
Cecidomyia leguminciola proposed, as C. trifolii is preoccupied. 

Grape vine bark louse Lecanium vitis Linn. \Pulvinaria innumerabilis 
Rathv.]. (Country gentleman. July 17, 1879. 44I455 18 ) 
Scale insect on grape vine is identitied and briefly noticed. 

Striped blister beetle. (Country gentleman. July 31, 1879. 44 : 4 8 7 16 ) 
Epicauta vittata Fabr. is briefly treated as a potato pest. 

Inquiries about ants and beetles. (Country gentleman. July 31, 1879. 

44:487 27 ) 

The following are noticed: Formica novaeboracensis Fitch [Camponotus her- 
culaneus Linn.], Coptocycla aurichalcea Fabr. [bicolor Fabr.] and Melanotus 
Jissilis Say. 

On Cecidomyia leguminicola. (Canadian entomologist. July 1879. n : 
121-24) 

C. leguminicola proposed for C. trifolii which is preoccupied. 
Stalk borer Gortyna [Hydroecia] nitela Guen. (Country gentleman. 
Aug. 7, 1879. 44:53 28 ) 

General notice of this insect, giving its life history and remedies. 

Two carpet bugs. (Country gentleman. Aug. 7, 1879. 44 : 53 42 ) 

Larvae from beneath carpets are Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn, and Atta- 
genus megatoma Fabr. [piceus Oliv.] 

Wheat stem maggot Meromyza americana Fitch. (Country gentleman. 
Aug. 21, 1879. 44:535 32 ) 

General notice of the insect and its allies. 

Carpet beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 21, 1879. 44 : 535 49 ) 
Anthrenus scrophulariae received from Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Earth worm Lumbricus terrestris Linn. (Country gentleman. Sep. 4, 

1879. 44:567 26 ) 
Gives life history and habits so far as known. 



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Annual address of the president [of the Entomological club of the Ameri- 
can association for the advancement of science, at Saratoga, N. Y., 
Aug. 26, 1879]. (Canadian entomologist. September 1879. TI: 
163-75; Entomological society of Ontario. Annual report, 1879. p. 
11-18; American entomologist. January, February 1880. 3:16-19, 

3-34) 

Mainly a notice of the principal publications and investigations in ento- 
mology during the preceding year. 

Two pests of the clover plant. (Country gentleman. Oct. 2, 1879. 
44: 63 1 35 ) 

Notice of the injuries to clover by Hylesinus [Hi/tastes'] trifoliiM.u\}, and Ceci- 
domyia leguminicola Lintu. 

Apple tree insect. (Country gentleman. 001.9,1879. 44: 648^) 
Coleopterous larva on an apple tree can not be identified. 

Coccus on peach trees. (Country gentleman. Oct. 23, 1879. 44 : 679 27 ) 
Short notice of Lecanium persicae Modeer [nigrofasciatum Perg.] 

Grape insect. (Country gentleman. Oct. 23, 1879. 44 : ^79 31 ) 

Brief mention of a caterpillar (Procris [Harrisina] americana Gucr. See 
below) 

Dung beetle. (Country gentleman. Oct. 30, 1879. 44 : 6 95 45 ) 

Brief account of the tumbler bug, Aphodius inquinatus Herbsl, and allied 
species. 

Five spotted sphinx. (Country gentleman. Oct. 30, 1879. 44 : 6 96 16 ) 

Tobacco worm, Sphinx quinquemaculata Haw. \_Phlegethontius cclem Hiibn.] 
identified and its habits given. 

Apple tree insects. (Country gentleman. Nov. 6, 1879. 44:7ii 35 ) 
Treats of two larvae infesting apple trees, one is probably a Chrysobothris. 

Grape insect Procris [Harrisina] americana Guer. (Country gentle- 
man. Nov. 6, 1879. 44 : 7 Ij45 ) 

Brief general account. 

Coccus on peach trees Lecanium persicae \nigrofasciatum Perg.] 
(Country gentleman. Nov. 6, 1879. 44:7ii 46 ) 

Identified and synonymy given. 

Fitch biological collection of the New York state agricultural society. 
(Psyche. September December 1879. 2:275-76) 

Describes the arrangement and character of the collection made by Dr 
Fitch and states that the Homoptera alone have escaped destruction. 

Pickled fruit ftyDrosophila ampelophila. (Country gentleman, Jan. i, 
1880. 45 : 7 38 ) 
Life history and habits with notice of other species. 



324 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Rat tail larva of a syrphus fly. (Country gentleman. Jan. 22, 1880. 

45:55") 

Larvae taken from decaying mold are probably those of Merodon ~bardus 
Pack. [Nallota posticata Fnbr.]. 

Report on some injurious insects of the year 1878. [Address delivered 
at the annual meeting of the New York state agricultural society, 
Jan. 22, 1879] (New York state agricultural society. 38th annual 
report. 1880. p. 61-72 Separate, with title page and cover, p. 14 
[January] 1880. Also, in (New York state agricultural society, 
Transactions. 1877-82. 1884. 33:97-112) 

Importance of the study of insects ; Cecidomyia trifolii u. sp. [leguminicola] 
is described, Anthrenus scrophulariae, Pulex irritans, Euryomia \_Euphoria~] inda 
and Anarsia lineatella are noticed. 

Poduridae (spring tails) in a well. (Country gentleman. Feb. 12, 1880. 
45:'3 22 ) 

Species identified as Lipura fimetaria [Aphorura armata] and briefly noticed. 

New wheat pest. (Country gentleman. Feb. 19, 1880. 45:i2o 29 ) 
Cicadula [Limotettix] exitiosa is recorded as an insect injurious to wheat. 

Entomology in America in 1879. (American entomologist. January 
and February 1880. .3: 16-19, 30-34) 

Presidential address before the Entomological club of the American asso- 
ciation for the advancement of science. Gives a review of progress during the 
year. 

Apple curculio Anthonomns [ Tachyptems\ quadrigibbus Say. (Country 
gentleman. Mar. 4, 1880. 45 : i5o 47 -5i 15 ) 

General account of the insect, including life history, distribution and 
remedies. 

Worms in rose pots Larvae of Bibio albipennis. (Country gentleman. 
Mar. ii, 1880. 45 : i67 12 ) 
Larvae are indentified as probably those of Bibio albipennis. 

New wheat pest. (Country gentleman. Mar. IT, 1880. 45 : i67 23 ) 

Not known whether Cicadula [Limotettix'] exitiosa will attack clover in 
wheat fields. 

Natural history of bacteria. (Country gentleman. Mar. 25, 1880. 
45:203^-412) 

General account of the nature of various bacteria. 
Raspberry gouty gall beetle. (Country gentleman. Ap. i, 1880. 

45:2i 5 12 ) 

Brief notice of Agrilus ruficollis Fabr. 



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Wheat insects. (Country gentleman. Ap. 15, 1880. 45 : 24y 22 ) 

Habits of Siphonophora avenae [Nectarophora granaria], the work of its 
Chalcid parasites, etc. 

Apple leaf Bucculatrix Bucculatrix pomifoliella Clemens. (Country 
gentleman. Ap. 22,1880. 45 : 263^) 

General account of the insect, giving life history and remedies. 

Diseased quince twigs. (Country gentleman. Ap. 22 1880. 45: 

264*) 

There is no evidence of insect attack. 

Poisonous centipede Cermatia [Scutigera\ forceps Raf. (Country 
gentleman. May 13, 1880. 45: 31 1 21 ) 

Brief notice of its abundance in Albany. 

Rose bug Macrodacty lus subspinosus Fabr. (Country gentleman. 
June 24, 1880. 45 : 407 14 ) 

General account of this pest, giving habits, preventives and remedies. 

Tallow to preserve insect collections. (American entomologist. June 
1880. 3: 145-46) 

The value of tallow as a repellant to various insects. 

Carpet bug Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn. (Johnson's natural history, 
by S. G. Goodrich. 1880. 2 : 651-52, fig. a-d) 

General account, giving its discovery iu this country, life history and 
remedies. 

Potato beetle Coptocycla clavata Fabr. (Country gentleman. July i, 
1880. 45 : 4 2 3 25 ) 
Short notice as a potato insect. 

Cut worm moth. (Country gentleman. July i, 1880. 45 : 424 15 ) 

Larva of Agrotis [Noctua] clandestina Harris is identified and habits given. 

Eggs of army worm. (Country gentleman. July i, 1880. 45 : 42426) 

Eggs of Leucania unipuncta are identified. 

White grub worm Lachnosterna fusca Frohl. (Country gentleman. 
JulyS, 1880. 45-439 14 ) 

Records injuries by the grubs to lawns, remedies given. 

Hessian fly. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1880. 45 : 439 17 ) 
Brief general notice of Cecidomyia destructor Say. 

A leaf eater. (Country gentleman. JulyS, 1880. 45 : 439^) 

Insect is identified as the hairy necked leaf eater, Phyllophaga pilosicollis 
Knoch [Lachnosterna tristis Fabr.]. 

Squash borer. (Country gentleman. July 15, 1880. 45: 455^) 

General account of Aegeria cuQurbitae Harris [Melitlia satyriniformis Hu'bn.] 
is giveu. 



326 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Stalk borer. (Gortyna \Hydroecid\ nitela Guen.). (Country gentleman. 
July 22, 1880. 45:472 19 ) 

Record of injury to potatoes by this species. 

Striped blister beetle Epicauta vittata. (Country gentleman. July 29, 
1880. 45:488 15 ) 
Beetles recorded as destructive to potatoes in Cayuga co., and about Albany. 

Basket worm Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis . (Country gentleman. 
Aug. 19, 1880. 45 : 535 45 ) 

Larva and moth described and remedies indicated. 

Basket or bag worm Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis. (Country gentle- 
man. Sep. 30, 1880. 45:63i 36 ) 
Reported as destroying arbor vitae hedges habits and remedies given. 

Caterpillars on the Ampelopsis. (Country gentleman. Oct 7, 1880. 

45 : 6 47 26 ) 

Two bine caterpillars are identified as Alypia octomaculata and Eudryas 
[Euthisanotia] grata, remedies are given. 

Harlequin cabbage bug Murgantia histrionica Hahn. (Country gentle- 
man. Oct. 21, 1880. 45: 679") 

General account of its spread northward and remedies. 

Two spotted tree hopper Enchophyllum binotatum {Enchenopa binotata\ 
(Country gentleman. Nov. 4, 1880. 45 : 7ii 18 ) 

Several stages described and the food plants and remedies given. 

Flour paste flies. (Country gentleman. Nov. 18, 1880. 45 : 743 22 ) 
Flies bred from flour paste are referred to DrosopMla ampelophila. 

Lepidoptera of the Adirondack region. Collected by W. W. Hill in 
1875-78. (Progress of the topographical survey of the Adirondack 
region of New York. 7th annual, report, by Verplanck Colvin. 
Albany 1880. p. 375-400. Separate, with title page and cover [No- 
vember] 1880. p. 375-400) 

Records 415 species collected, with sexes and dates of collection, and gives 
interesting facts about those taken. 

Report on some injurious insects of the year 1879. [Presented to the 
New York state agricultural society at its annual meeting, Jan. 21, 
1880] (New York state agricultural society. 39th annual report, 1880. 
p. 35-55) Also, in (New York state agricultural society. Transactions 
for 1877-82. 1884. 33: 142-64, fig 4) 

After prefatory remarks the following insects are discussed : the clover 
seed midge, Cecidomyia leguminicola Lintn. ; clover root borer, Hylesinus 
[Hylastes] irifoliiM.u\\. ; wheat stem maggot, Meromyza americana Fitch ; corn 
curculio, Sphenophor us seae \_8cu1ptilis'] ; stalk borer, Gortyna [Hydroecia^ nitela 
Guen.; apple tree case bearer, Coleophora malivorella Riley, concluding 
with a notice of the entomologic labors of Dr Asa Fitch. 



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[Address before the farmers 7 club of Onondaga co., N. Y., Dec. 4, 1880] 
(Syracuse morning standard. Dec. 6, 1880. p. 4) 
General account of the value of ecomouiic entomology. 

Bean weevil Bruchus fabae Riley \obtectus Say]. (Country gentleman. 
Jan. 6, 1881. 46 : y 21 ) 

Brief notice of its spread in this country and remedies, 

Flight of Ephemera. (Country gentleman. Jan. 6, 1881. 46 : 7 25 ) 
Records a remarkable flight of Ephemeridae or day-flies. 

On the importance of entomological studies. (Papilio. Jan. 15, 1881. 
I : 1-2) 
Sbovvn by the literature and its relation to an extensive agriculture. 

Description of a new species of Eudamus. (Canadian entomologist. 
April 1881. 13^63-65) Republished in (Injurious and other insects 
ot the state of New York, ist annual report, 1882. p. 338-39) 

Describes Eudamus [Thorybes~\ electra, from an example captured in Ham- 
ilton, Ontario. 

Asparagus beetle Crioceris asparagi Linn. (Country gentleman. Ap. 
14, 1881. 46:243") 
General account of its introduction, spread, life history and remedies. 

Army worm. The invasion of northern New York by this destructive 
pest. (Albany evening journal. May 23, 1881. p. 3; Country gentle- 
man. June 2, 1881. 46 : 359^) 

Describes the ravages of a caterpillar [Crambus vulgivagellus Clem.], 
and indicates remedies. 

On some species of Nisoniades. (Papilio. May 1881. 1:69-74. 
Separate, June 1881. p. 1-6) Republished in (injurious and other 
insects of the state of New York, ist annual report, 1882. p. 333-37) 
Describes Nisoniades [ fThanaos] naevius, and N. [ fThanaos ] petronius 
and N. \_Thanaos~] somnns and gives notes on N. [ fThanaos ] propertius, N. 
[fThanaos] juvenalis, N. [Thanaos'] icelus, Eudamus nevada [mexicana] and 
Eudamus proteus. 

' Army worm ' invasion of northern New York. (St Lawrence republi- 
can. June 8, j88i. p. 51) 

General notice of the operations and habits of the caterpillars [Crambus 
vulgivagellus Clem.], some are identified as Nephelodes violans Guen. [var. of 
N. minians Guen.] 

A new insect pest not the army worm. (Country gentleman. June 9, 

1881. 4 6:375 n ) 

Insect in northern New York identified as Nephelodes violans Guen. 
[var. of N. minians Guen.] 



328 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Insects on plum trees. (Country gentleman. June 9, 1881. 46: 376 23 ) 
Notices Bibio femoratus and the plum curculio. 



Mites in clothing. (Country gentleman. June 9, 1881. 4 
Mites in a box of clothing were probably Bryobla pratensls. 

Late insect invaders of northern New York. (Albany evening journal. 
July i, 1881) 

Larvae collected at Potsdam have been identified as Nephelodes violans 
Guen. [var. of N. minians Guen.] and Crambus exsiccatus Zeller [trisectas 
Walk.]. 

Orchard caterpillar. (Country gentleman. ' July 14, 1881. 46:455 35 ) 
Apple tree tent caterpillar, Clisiocampa amerlcana Fabr., is noticed. 

Worms on tomatoes. (Country gentleman. July 14, 1881. 



'Li<;ht brown worm or fly,' can not be named without examples of the 
insect. 

Pear tree blight. (Middleburgh gazette. July ? 1881) 
Pear blight is described and treatment indicated. 

Insects and fungus on quinces. (Country gentleman. Aug. 18, 1881. 

46:535 16 ) 

Quince curculio, Conotrachelus crataegi Walsh, the apple worm, Carpocapsa 
pomonella Linn, and a fungus, RoesteHa aurantiaca [aecidial form of Gymnos- 
porangium davipes], are noticed. 

Insect pest. Preservation of our shade trees from its ravages. (Albany 
' evening journal. Aug. 31, 1881) 

General account of the white marked tussock moth, Orgyia [Notolophus] 
leucostigma. 

Insects on strawberry roots. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1881. 46: 

58 3 18 ) 
Unable to identify the insect without examples. 

Apple leaf cluster cup fungus. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1881. 



46: 

Brief notice of the fungus, Oecidium pyratum Schw. [aecidial form of Gym- 
nosporangium macropus]. 

Beetle on the tomato. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1881. 46: s84 36 ) 
Asb gray blister beetle, Epicauta cinerea Forst. is recorded on the tomato. 

Crambus vulgivagellus in northern New York. (St Lawrence republican. 
Sep. 14, 1881) 

Notes on this species it is the depredator, not Nephelodes violans Guen. 
[var. of JV. minians Guen.] 



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Injurious insects, with special notice of some new insect pests. [Read 
before the New York state agricultural society at Elmira, Sep. 13, 
1881] (Husbandman [Elmira, N. Y.] Sep. 14, 1881. p. 3, 6, 7 
5 col.; Country gentleman. Sep. 29, 1881. 46: 63i 21 ; Oct. 6, 1881. 
p. 647 18 . Republished in New York state agricultural society. 4ist 
annual report, 1881. Albany [August] 1882. p. 40-50. New York 
state agricultural society. Transactions, 1877-82. 1884. 33: 221-34) 
The following insects are noticed : vagabond Crarabius, Cram-bus vulgicagellus 
Clem., punctured clover leaf weevil, Phytonomus punctatus Fabr. and a pyralid 
web caterpillar, Eurycreon rantalis Guen. \Loxosiege similalis Guen.] 

Vagabond Crambus. (Ogdensburg [N. Y.] daily journal. Sep. 21, 1881) 
This popular name proposed for Crambus vulgivagellus Clem., and remedies 
given. 

Grass eating grub. (Country gentleman. Sep. 22, 1881. 46:61^) 
Injuries by tbe white grub, Laclmosterna fusca, to grass, with remedies. 

Barn beetle Lathridius pulicarius Mels. \ruficollis Marsh.] (Country 
gentleman. Sep. 29, 1881. 46 : 632^) 
Beetle infesting a barn is referred to this species. 

Remarkable invasion of northern New York by a pyralid insect, Crambus 
vulgivagellus. [Abstract of a paper read before the American associa- 
tion for the advancement of science, at its Cincinnati meeting, in 
August 1881] (Science. Oct. i, 1881. 2:467; American associa- 
tion for the ad van cement of science. Proceedings, 1 88 1. 30:267-68) 
Gives the principal features of the recent remarkable abundance of this 
insect and its injuries. 

Peach pestrLargus sucdnctus. (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 1881. 
46 : 66315) 
Brief notice of this bug attacking nearly ripened peaches. 

Insect enemies of the strawberry. (Country gentleman. Oct. 27, 1881. 
46 : 695*0 

Notices the following insects : White grub, goldsmith beetle, Cotalpa 
lanigera, Allorhina nitida, grape vine Colaspis, strawberry crown borer, stiaw- 
berry aphis, and Paria aterrima Oliv. [Typophorus canellus Fabr.]. 

Insects of the clover plant. [Read before the New York state agricul- 
tural society, at its annual meeting, Jan. 19, 1881] (New York state 
agricultural society. 4oth Annual report. 1880. p. 10-26, fig. 1-6. 
1881. Separate, with t. p. cover, p. 17, fig, 6 [October] 1881) Re- 
published in New York state agricultural society. Transactions, 1877- 
82. 33:187-207) 

Gives lists of insects depredating on clover and notices the following species : 
clover root borer, Lanynria mozardi Latr.; clover seed midge, Cecidomyia legum- 
inicola Lintn.; clover leaf midge, Cecidomyia trifolii Loewj clover Osciujs, 
Oscinis trifolii Burg. 



330 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

On the life duration of the heterocera (moths). [Read before the Ameri- 
can association for the advancement of science, at its Cincinnati meet- 
ing, August 1881] (Canadian entomologist. November 1881. 13: 
217-20) Republished in (Injurious and other insects of New York, 
ist annual report. 1882. p. 339-41) 

Gives the life duration in the following families: Noctuidae, Attachiae of the 
Bombycidne, Sphtngidae. 

Corn beetle. (Country gentleman. Nov. 3, 1881. 46:7ii 15 ) 

Beetle feeding on corn is identified as Lathridlus pullcar'nis Mels. [ruficollis 
Marsh]. 

Cabbage Plusia Plusia brassicae Riley. (Country gentleman. Nov. 3, 
1881. 4 6:7ii 22 ) 
General account of this insect, giving injuries, life history aud remedies. 

On the life duration of the heterocera (moths). [Abstract of a paper 
read before the A. A. A. S. at its Cincinnati meeting in August 1881] 
(Science. Nov. 5, 1881. 2:525; Proceedings of the A. A. A. S., 1 88 1. 
30 : 268-69) 

Summary of the paper is given above. 

Corn worm Heliothis armigera [armiger] Hiibn. (Country gentle- 
man. Nov. 24,1881. 46:759^; Ontario county times. Nov. 24, 
1881. 31:3) 
General notice of an attack on coru by this insect. 

Habits of the Phylloxera. (Country gentleman. Dec 17,1881. 46:779") 
Brief notice of Phylloxera vitifoliae on grape. 

Bean weevil Bruchus obsoletus Say \obtectus Say] (Country gentleman. 
Dec. 8, 1881. 46:795^) 
Brief account of this species and its allies. 

Insects on sweet potato vines. (Country gentleman. Feb. 23, 1882. 
47 : i 49 21 ) 

Larvae infesting sweet potato vines are probably those of Coptocycla 
aurichalcea Fabr. [bicolor Fabr.] 

Entomological The anatomy of the mouth parts and the sucking 
apparatus of some diptera. (Country gentleman. Feb. 23, 1882. 

47: 15 1 27 ) 

Review of a paper by Mr George Dimmock on this subject. 

Millions of grasshoppers in midwinter. (Albany evening journal. Feb. 
25, 1882) 

Notice of Tragocephala [Chortopliaga] viridifasciatia on snow. 



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Winter grasshopper Tragocephala [ Chortophagd\ viridifasciata. (Country 
gentleman. Mar. 9, 1882. 47 : iSg 24 ) 
A. brief general notice of the insect. 

Hickory borer Cyllene pictus Drury. (Country gentleman. Mar. 9, 
1882. 47 : i89 28 ) 
Differences between this species and C. robiniae. 

Apple leaf Bucculatrix. (Country gentleman. Mar. 16,1882. 47 : 207 18 ) 
Small white ribbed cocoons upon apple tree bark are those of Bacculatrix 
pomifolieUa Clemens. 

New principle in protection from insect attack. [Read before the West- 
ern New York horticultural society, at its annual meeting, Jan. 25 
1882] (Western New York horticultural society. Proceedings. 1882' 
p. 52-66. Separate, with one-half title page cover, 15 p. [March, 1882]) 
Use of counterodorants as a preventive of insect attacks. 

Insects that injure trees. (Country gentleman. Ap. 20, 1882. 47:3i3 16 ) 
Notice of Dr Packard's Insects injurious to forest and shade frees, being Bulle- 
tin no. 7 of the U. S. entomological commission 

White grub Lachnosterna fusca Frohl. (Country gentleman. Ap. 27, 
1882. 47 : 333 22 ) 
General account of the insect. 

Spring canker worm, Anisopteryx {Paleacrita} vernata. (Country gentle- 
man. May 18, 1882. 47 : 393 13 ) 

Its distribution from Maine to Texas, and the various remedies. 

Mites in timothy fields. (Country gentleman. May 18, 1882. 47 : 395 15 ) 
Mite is probably Trombidium btcolor [Bryobia pratensis], 

Leaf mining Anthomyiidae. (Canadian entomologist. May 1882. 
14:96-97. Entomological society of Ontario. i3th annual report. 
1882. 1883, p. 31) 
CliortopMla [Phorbia] ftoccosa Macq., and two new species are treated. 

Grain aphis Siphonophora avenae Fabr. {Nectarophora granaria Kirby]. 
(Country gentleman. June 22, 1882. 47 : 493 25 ) 
General notice of attack by this species on wheat. 

Apple tree case bearer. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1882. 47 ' 535 15 ) 
Caterpillar of Culeopliora malii'oreUa Riley identified, and remedies given. 

Spring canker worm Anisopteryx [Paleacnta] vernata Peck. (Country 
gentleman. July 6, 1882. 47 : 533 24 ) 

Injuries in New Canaan, Ct., and remedies indicated. 

Rose bug. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1882. 47: 534 32 ) 
Gives several remedies for Macrodactylus subspinosus. 



33 2 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

17 year locust. (Ontario county times. July 12, 1882. 28: 3) 
General account of Cicada septenderim in the state of New York. 

New household pest Attagenus megatoma Fabr. [piceus Oliv.]. (Country 
gentleman. July 20, 1882. 47 : s67 24 ) 
General account of this carpet beetle. 

Hessian fly in Ohio. (Country gentleman. July 20, 1882. 47: 567 36 ) 
Attack by second brood, life history, remedies. 

Bark beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 3, 1882. 47 : 6o5 28 ) 
Identification of Htjmenorus obscurus Say, with notice of habits. 

Stalk borer. (Country gentleman. Aug. 3, 1882. 47:6o5 34 ) 

Gortyna \_Hydroecia] mtela Guen. injurious to potatoes and corn, remedies. 

Wire worms infesting potato vines. (Country gentleman. Aug. 10, 
1882. 47:625 22 ) 
Brief notice of wire worms, Elateridae, infesting potatoes. 

Horn tail borer Tremex columba Linn. (Country gentleman. Aug. 
TO, 1882. 47:625 26 ) 

Notices injuries to maples by this species and Glycobius [Plaglonotus] 
speciosus, and the parasites, Rhyssa [Thalessa] lunator and E. \_Thalessa] atraia. 

Spotted horn bug. (Country gentleman. Aug. 27, 1882. 47:645 21 ) 
General notice of Dynastes tityus. 

Mites infesting a poultry house. (Country gentlemen. Aug. 17, 1,82. 

47:645 28 ) 

Mites are probably a common species, remedies are given. 

New worm in apples. (Country gentleman. Sep. 21, 1882. 47:745 25 ) 
White worm in early apples in:iy be Sciara mali. 

Black blister beetle Epicauta pennsylvanica DeGeer. (Country gentle- 
man. Sep. 21, 1882. 47:745 32 ) 

Beetle injurious to carrots and cabbages, remedies indicated. 

Hag moth caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. 21, 1882. 47:745 36 ) 
Larvae of Phobelron pithecium Sm.-Abb. described and interesting facts 
given. 

New apple insect Amphidasys \Lycid\ cognataria Guen. (Country gen- 
tleman. Oct. 5, 1882. 47 : 785^) 
Brief account as an apple tree pest. 

Destructive elm leaf beetle Galerucella xanthomelaena Schrank \luteola 
Mull.] (Country gentleman. Oct. 12, 1882. 47 : 8o5 n ) 
Identified from Bound Brook, N. J., and remedies given. 

Rose leaf insect. (Country gentleman. Mar. 1,1883. 48:i69 25 ) 

Caterpillar .feeding on rose leaves is identified as Penthina nimbatana Clem. 



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Of interest to flower growers A new enemy found. (Troy daily times. 
Ap. 2, 1883) 

Discovery of a caterpillar, probably Plusia dyaus Grote [rogationis Guen.], 
feeding upon heliotrope, geranium, wandering jew (Tradescantia), etc. 

Bean weevil. (Country gentleman. Ap. 19, 1883. ^S-.^ij 32 ) 
Identification and brief notice of Bruclim fdbae Riley [obtectus Say], 

Thousand legged worms in a nursery Tulus caeruleocinctus Wood. 
(Country gentleman. May 24, 1883. 48: 42 1 23 ) 
General account of this species, giving characteristics, habits and remedies. 

Curious ichneumon cocoons. (Country gentlemen. June 14, 1883. 
48: 4 8i 24 ) 

Cocoons of Apanteles congregatus Say described ; the habits and value of 
allied species. 

On an egg parasite of the currant saw fly, Nematus ventricosus Klug. 
\Pteronus ribesii Scop.]. (Psyche.. 1883. 4: 48-51) 
Account of Trichogramma pretiosa as a parasite of this saw fly. 

Rearing lepidoptera. (Psyche. 1883. 4: 53, 13 cm) 

Notices work of Mr S. L. Elliot and his success in rearing lepidoptera. 

Book notice. (Psyche. 1883. 4: 53, n cm) 

Notices the volume, Insects injurious to fruits, by Mr William Saunders 
as soon to be published. 

Codling moth of the apple. (Country gentleman. June 28, 1883. 48 : 
421**) 

Identification of Carpocapsa pomonella and remedies. 

An interesting bug. (Country gentleman. June 28, 1883. 48: 52 1 27 ) 
Account of the beneficial habits of the ' wheel-bug,' Prionotus [Prionodus] 
cristatus Linn. 

Maple tree scale insect Lecanium \Pulvinarid\ innumerabilis Rathvon. 
(Country gentleman. July 5, 1883. 48 : 54i 31 ) 

General account of this species, giving life history, references to papers 
treating on it and remedies. 

Black long sting Rhyssa [Thalessa] atrata Fabr. (Country gentleman, 
July 12, 1883. 4 8:s6i 26 ) 

Characters of the species and its method of oviposition. 

Hairworm, Vanessa, Alaus, Gordius and Mermis. (Country gentle- 
man. July 19, 1883. 48 : 58i 12 ) 

Gordius, Mermis, Vanessa [Euvanes8a~] antiopa and Alaus oculatus are briefly 
treated. 

Oak moth Anisota senatoria Sm.-Abb. (Country gentleman. July 26. 
1883. 48: 60 1 33 ) 
Brief notice of this species. 



334 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Captures of Feniseca tarquinius Fabr. (Psyche. 1883. 4:75, 13 cm) 
Number of examples collected at Keene Valley, N. Y., and one at Center, 
N. Y. 

[Platygaster larva destroying galls of Cecidomyia salicis-batatus\ (Psyche. 
1883. 4 : 797 cm) 
Reference to Prof. D. S. Kellicott's observations on the above. 

[Collecting cut worms at evening with a light] (Psyche. 1883. 4:80, 
10 cm) 
Notice of collections made about dusk in the evening. 

Grape pest Procris \Harrisina\ americana. (Country gentleman. Aug. 
2, 1883. 48: 62 1 26 ) 
Insect in Champaign co., Ohio, description, remedies. 

Potter wasp cells on grape leaves Eumenes fraternus Say. (Country 
gentleman. Aug. 9, 1883. 48: 64i 44 ) 

Description of the cells and habits of the insect. 

Frenchingof corn. (Country gentleman. Aug. 16, 1883. 48: 66i 42 ) 
Causes of frenching, a brief account of SphenopJiorus sculptilis. 

Striped squash beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 23, 1883. 48: 68i 23 ) 
Brief account of Diabrotica vittata Fabr. 

Carpet bug Anthrenus scrophulariae. (Country gentleman. Aug. 23, 
1883. 48: 68i 27 ) 
Report of this larva injuring linen and silk goods doubted ; remedies. 

Pine emperor moth. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27,1883. 48:78i 27 ) 
Larva of Eacles [Basilona] imperial-is Drury is identified and habits given. 

Saw fly larvae on quince. (Country gentleman. Oct. 4, 1883. 48: 8oi 23 ) 
Describes the larva of saw fly on quince leaves, and notices Vanessa [Euvan- 
essa antiopa and Adalia bipunctata. 

Bark louse on willow. (Country gentleman. Oct. 4, 1883. 48 : 8oi 26 ) 
Apple tree bark louse, Mytilaspis pomorum, recorded on Kilmarnock wil^v. 

Chinch bug in northern New York. (Argus [Albany]. Oct. 10, 1883. 
p. 3; Watertown [N. Y.] daily times. Oct. 12, 1883. [same article 
copied] Country gentleman. Oct. 18, 1883. 48: 84i 25 [same copied 
nearly entire]) 

General account of Blissus leucopterus in northern New York, giving 
appearance, ravages and remedies. 

New enemy to the farm. (Argus [Albany]. Oct. 10, 1883. p. 4, col. 

3> 3 cm) 

Recapitulation of the preceding paper slightly altered. 

Chinch bug in New York. (Science. Oct. 19, 1883. 2 : 540, 1 6 cm) 
Its detection in large numbers in St Lawrence co., N. Y. 



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Mole cricket. (Country gentleman. 001.25,1883. 48:86i 24 ) 
Habits of Gryllolalpa borealis Burm. and remedies. 

Directions for arresting the chinch bug invasion of northern New York. 
(New York state museum of natural history: Department of entomo- 
logy. Circular no. i. October 1883. 3 p., fig. i) 

Brief account emphasizing the necessity for remedial measures. 

ist annual report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New 
York. Made to the state legislature, pursuant to ch. 377 of the laws 
of 1881. Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, printers. 1882. 
22-|-38ip., 84 fig. [issued in October, 1883] 



Contents 



Importance of entomologic study. 1 

Insect depredations 2-12 

Immense number of insects 12 

Necessity of a knowledge of insect 

habits 14 

Progress in economic entomol- 
ogy 15-25 



Valuable insecticides 25-55 

Remedies for insect depredations . 56 

Preventives of insect depredations 63 
New principle of protection from 

insect attack 66 

Classification 78 

Bibliography 80 



Injurious Lepidopterous insects 

Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis, bag 

or basket worm 81 

Tolype larlcis, larch lappe t 87 

Nephelodes violans [var.of minians], 

violet Nephelodes * 99 

Gortyna [Hydroecia'] nitela, stalk 

borer 110 

Heliothis armiger, corn worm 116 



Crambus vulgivagellm, vagabond 

Crambus 127 

Cram bus exsiccatus [trisectus Walk . ], 

dried Crambus 149 

Anarsia lineatella, peach twig moth 151 
Bucculatrix pomifoliella, apple leaf 

Bucculatrix 157 

Coleophora malivorella, apple tree 

case bearer 163 



Injurious Dipterous insects 



On some species of Anthomyiidae. 168 

Phorbia ceparum, onion fly 172 

Phorbia cilicrura [fusciceps], lo- 
cust egg Anthomvian 181 

Anthomyia [PhorUa] brassicae, 

cabbage fly 184 

Anthomyia radicum, root fly 191 

An thorny ia raphani, radish fly 194 

Anthomyia zeae [Phorbia fusciceps], 
seed corn fly 199 



Hylemyia deceptive* [Phorbia fusci- 
ceps'], deceptive wheat fly 201 

Anthomyia similis, similar wheat 
fly 202 

Notice of some Anthomyiaus min- 
ing beet leaves - 203 

Mallota posticata 211 

Drosophila ampelophila, pickled 
fruit fly 216 

Meromyza americana, wheat stem 
maggot 221 



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Injurious Coleopterous insects 



Macrodactylm siibspinosus, rose 
beetle 227 

Euphoria inda, Indian Cetonia 232 

Crioceris asparagi, asparagus beetle 239 



Phytonomus punctatus, punctured 
clover leaf weevil 247 

Splienopliorus sculptilis, sculptured 
coru curculio .. . 253 



Injurious Hemipterous insects 



Murgantia histrionica, harlequin 
cabbage bug 264 

Poecilocapsus lineatus, four lined 
leaf bug 271 



Enchenopa Mnotata, two marked 
tree bopper 281 



Appendix 



(A) Entomologic reports of Dr 
AsaFitcb 291 

Miscellaneous entomologic papers 
of Dr Fitch 297 

Notice of the entomologic labors 
of Dr Fitch.... 322 

(B) Insect depredators upon the 
apple tree 327 

(C) Descriptions and notes of 
lepidoptera 333 



On some species of Nisoniades 

[Thanaos] 333 

Description of a new species of 

Eudamus [Thoryles electro] 338 

On the life duration of the Hetero- 

cera (moths) 339 

(D) Addenda 343 

General index 345 

Index to food plants 379 



Ant lion. (Country gentleman. Nov. i, 1883. 48: 98i 16 ) 

Gives an interesting account of the habits of several species of ant lions. 

New corn pest Megilla macula ta. (Country gentleman. Nov. 22, 
1883. 48: 94i 15 ) 
Injurious habits of this species exceptional in the Coccinellidae. 

Apple maggot Trypeta pomonella. (New York agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin 75. Dec. 29, 1883, no cm) 

General account of this species, giving injuries, life history, remedies, and 
mentions Sciara mail. 

New sexual character in the pupae of some Lepidoptera. (Psyche. 
1883. 4: 103-6 Issued Feb. 11,1884.) Abstract in proceedings 
of the American association for the advancement of science, for the 
meeting held at Montreal, Canada, August 1882, 1883. pt 2, 
31 1470-7 1. 

On sexual characters among insects, specially of certain ones in the pnpae 
of the Cossidae and Aegeriadae. 

Horn tail Urocerus cressoni. (Country gentleman. Jan. 3, 1884. 

49 : 9 12 ) 

Identified and habits briefly given. 



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Fuller's rose beetle Aramigus fulleri. (Country gentleman. Jan. 17, 
1884. 49'49 21 ) 

General account of this insect, giving injuries, distribution, life history and 
remedies. 

Lunate long sting - - Thalessa lunator Fabr. (Country gentleman, 
Ap. 17, 1884. 49 : 33 l36 ) 

Life history and habits of this species, with mention of its host, Tremex 
columba. 

Insect attack on a Julus. (Canadian entomologist. April 1884. 16 :8o. 
7 cm) 

Of a possible attack by ichneumon flies on a Julus. 

Insect injury to grape vines. (Country gentleman. May 8, 1884. 49 : 

397") 

General account of injury by Oecanthus latipennis to grape vines. 

Squash borers. (Country gentleman. May 8, 1884. 49 : 397 24 ) 

Injuries to squash vines referred to Melittia cucurbitae Harris [satyriniformis 
Hiibn.]. 

Punctured clover leaf weevil. (Country gentleman. May 29, 1884. 
49:457 21 ; Ontario county times, extra. May 29, 1884) 

General account of Phytonomus punctatus Fabr., giving description of the 
insect, and remedies. 

New clover pest its ravages in the southern portion of Canandaigua. 
(Ontario county times, extra. May 29, 1884, 30 cm. June 4, 1884. 
p. 3, col. 4-5, 85 cm) 

Ravages of Phytonomus punctatus, and remedies for the pest. 

Corn cut worm. (New York agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
86. Geneva. May 31, 1884) 
Gives the methods of controlling cut worms. 

White grub of the May beetle Lachnosterna fusca. [Read before the 
New York state agricultural society at the annual meeting, Jan. 16, 
1884.] (New York state agricultural society. 43d annual report. 
1883. [June 5] 1884. p. 20-37, fi g- 5) 
General account of white grubs and the parent beetles. 

Squash vine borer i. Melittia cucurbitae Harr. \satyriniformis Hiibn.] 
(Country gentleman. June 5, 1884. 49 : 477 25 ) 
Describes caterpillar and moth ; with remarks upon its family. 

Squash vine borer 2. (Country gentleman, June 12, 1884. 49:497^) 
Life history, habits and injuries discussed. 

Squash vine borer 3. (Country gentleman. June 19, 1884. 49:517") 
Treats of various remedies and preventives. 



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Bacon beetle Dermestes lardarius. (Country gentleman. June 26, 
1884. 49-S37 23 ) 
Brief account of tins species, giving description, habits and remedies. 

Maple tree scale insect. (Country gentleman. July 3, 1884. 49: 556^- 
57 17 ) 

Identifying Lecanium [Ptilvinaria] mnumerabilis Rathv., and giving 
remedies. 

Spring canker worm Anisopteryx \Pale acritci\ vernata Peck. (Country 
gentleman. July 10, 1884. 49: 577 24 ) 

Treats of the importance and means of arresting its spread. 

Buffalo gnat. (Country gentleman. July 10, 1884. 49:577 33 ) 
General account 'of the species [Simulium invenustum]. 

Carpet bug. (Daily democrat [Amsterdam, N. Y ] July 21, 1884) 
Gives description and habits of the insect, with remedies. 

Elm tree beetle. (New York weekly tribune. July 23, 1884) 
Destroying the larvae and pupae at base of trees recommended. 

Carpet beetle Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn, (Country gentleman. 
Aug. 14, 1884. 49 : 6 7 6 43 - 77 18 ) 

Gives its habits, habitat, injuries, materials eaten, transformations, pre- 
ventives and remedies. 

Insects mining beet leaves. (Country gentleman. Aug. 14, 1884. 49: 

6?7 22 ) 
Attack on beet leaves referred to Anthomyians. 

Peach root aphis. (Gardener's monthly and horticulturist (Phil.) Sep- 
tember 1884. 26 : 271-72, 29 cm) 

Root aphis on seedling peach trees is believed to be Myzus persicae Sulz. 
[Aphis prunicola Kalt.] and remedies are given. 

New rose pest Homoptera lunata. (Country gentleman. Sep. i, 1884. 

49 : 737 16 ) 

Caterpillars of this species are recorded feeding on rose buds. 

Jumping seeds. (Country gentleman. Sep. n, 1884. 49:757 15 ) 
General notice of Carpocapsa saltitans and of other species. 

White grub Lachnosterna fusca. (Country gentleman. Sep. 11,1884. 

497S7 27 ) 

Starvation ramedy is recommended. 

Insect attack new to the state Isosoma tritici, on wheat, in Geneva. 
(New York agricultural experiment station, Bulletin 100. Geneva, 
N. Y. Oct. 4, 1884) 

General accoftnt of the insect and its treatment. 



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Stinging bug Melanolestes picipes H.-S. (Country gentleman. Oct. 

23, 1884. 49'877 24 ) 

Melanolestes picipes H.-S., or < black corsair,' Conorhinus 8anguisugusL,eC., 
Melanolestes abdominalis H.-S., Rcduvius, [Opsicoetii8~] personatus Linn., and 
Prionotus [Frionodus] cristatus Linn, are mentioned. 

Attack on the apple worm A friend, not a foe. (Country gentleman. 
Oct. 30, 1884. 49 :8 97 27 ) 

Notice of Chauliognathus marginatus Fabr. feeding upon the apple worm the 
larva of Carpocapsa pomonella. Chaidiognathus pennsylvanicus and Cono- 
trachelas crataegi mentioned. 

Clover insects. (New York state agricultural society. Transactions, 
1877-82. [October] 1884. 33:206-7) 

Supplement to the paper on The insects of the clover plant,' in which are 
named 24 additional species making a total of 70. 

White grub. (New England homestead. Nov. 8, 1884. 18:383, 
col. 1-3) 

Extended notice of white grubs, giving distribution, life history and 
remedies. 

Report of the state entomologist to the regents of the University of the 
State of New York, for the year 1883. (New York state museum of 
natural history. 37th annual report by the regents of the University 
of the State of New York. [November] 1884. p. 45-60) 

The following insects are noticed: Grapta [Polygonia] faunas, G. [Eugonia~\ 
j-album, Feniseca tarquinius, Agrilus torpidm [angiua], Agrotis [Noctua] clan- 
destina, Simulium molestum [venusttim Say], Orgyia [Notolophus] leucostigma, 
and Blissus leucopterus. 

Apple leaf Bucculatrix. (Husbandman [Elmira, N. Y.] Dec. 3, 1884. 
No. 537, ii : i) 

General account of Bucculatrix pomifoliella. 

On some Rio Grande Lepidoptera. (Papilio. 1884. 4 : 135-47) 
[Published February 1885] 

Gives an annotated list of collections made by Messrs Sennett and Webster 
in 1877 and 1878, the following new species being described : Kricogonia 
lanice, Apatura codes, Sphinx insolita and Ecpantheria sennettii Lintn. [garzoni 
OberthurJ. 

Scale insect attack on ivy. (Country gentleman. Feb. 26, 1885. 
50 : i6 9 22 ) 
Identifies Aspidiotus nerii Douche* on ivy and gives remedies. 

Owl beetle Alaus oculatus [subsequently proved to be A. myops\ 
(Country gentleman. Ap. 9, 1885. 5o:307 43 ) 
Brief notice of the insect. 



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Remedies for the white grub. (New England homestead. May 16, 
1885. 19 : 205, col. 2) 
Starvation, crops of buckwheat, mustard, are the remedies given. 

Cut worms. [Read before the New York state agricultural society, at 

the annual meeting, Jan. 21, 1885.] (New York state agricultural 

society. 44th annual report. 1884. [May] 1885. p. 56-80, fig. 

1-20} (Separate, with cover and half title [June 1885] 25 p., 20 fig.) 

Extended account of cut worms and their treatment. 

Potato bug parasite. (New England homestead. June 6, 1885. 
19:237, col. 2) 

Mite infesting and killing Colorado potato beetles is identified as Uropoda 
americana Hi ley. 

Visitation of locusts. (Argus [Albany], June 7, 1885) 
On the appearance of the 17 year locusts in New York. 

Pear blight beetle. (Country gentleman. June 18, 1885. 50: 5i7 23 ) 
General notice of Xyleborus pyri \dlspar\-. 

Canker worm. (Country gentleman. June 18, 1885. 5o:5i9 26 ) 
Notice of Anisopteryx [Paleacrita~] vernataPeck, with remedies. 

Insect eggs on strawberries. (Country gentleman. June 25, 1885. 

5: 5 37 31 ) 

Eggs of hemipteron can not be identified, Corimelaena pulicaria mentioned. 

Plant lice, elm beetles, etc. (New England homestead. July 4, 1885. 

19 1269, col. 1-2) 
Schizoneura americana and Galeruca xanthomelaena \Gdlerucella luteola~\ noticed. 

Apple tree bark louse. (New England homestead. July 4, 1885. 
19:269, col. 4-5) 
Mytilaspis pomorum Bouche identified and remedies given. 

Cut worm and onion maggot. (Country gentleman. July 9, 1885. 

5 : 574 45 -75 n ) 

Remedies for cut worms Antkomyia [Phorbia] brassicae and Phorbia ceparum 
are given. 

Peach and cherry borers. (Country gentleman. July 9, 1885. 

5:575 n ) 

Brief notice of Phloeotribus liminaris Harr. and Scolytus rugulosus Ratz. 

Fig eater Allorhina nitida. (Country gentleman. July 9, 1885. 
5:S75 16 ) 

Its habits are described briefly. 

Round headed apple tree borer Saperda Candida Fabr. (Country 
gentleman. July 16, 1885. 5o:590 44 ~9i 14 ) 

Borers in hawthorn are probably this insect several remedies are given. 



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Entomological. [Answers to inquiries] (Country gentleman. July 
1 6, 1885. 5o: 59 2 25 ) 
Remedies are given for the potato beetle and rose bug. 

Cause of black knot. (Country gentleman. July 23, 1885. 5o:6o7 18 ) 
It is produced by a fungus, Plownghtia morbosa. 

Cucumber moth. (Country gentleman. July 23, 1885. 5o:6o7 26 ) 

Notices Phakellura [Margaronia] nitidalis Cram., P. [Margaronia] hyallnata 
and Melittia curcubitae Harr. [salyriniformis Hiibn.]. 

Apple insects and the Rhinoceros beetle. (Country gentleman. July 
jo, 1885. 50 : 62 3 25 ) 

Orgyia [Notolopkut] leucostigma [subsequently emerged and proved to be 
Acronycta sp.] and Dynastes tityus noticed. 

Another potato pest. (New England homestead. Aug. 8, 1885. 19: 
309, col. 3) 

Remedies are given for Macrobasis unicolor Kirby. 

Roestelia aurantiaca. (Country gentleman. Aug. 13, 1885. 50 : 66 1 38 ) 
Brief notice of the above fungus [aecidial form of Gymnosporangium clavi- 
pes] occurring on quince. 

False chinch bug. (Country gentleman. Aug. 13, 1885. 5o:66i 43 ) 
Food plants and remedies for Nysius angustatus Uhler. 

Bag worm Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis. (Country gentleman. Oct. 
i, 1885. 5o:8oi 31 ) 
Gives the remedies for this insect. 

Red spider Tetranychus telarius Linn. (Country gentleman. Oct. 8, 
1885. 5o:82i 38 ) 
Mite identified and remedies given. 

i3-year Cicada. (Argus [Albany]. Oct. u, 1884. p. 4, 32 cm) 
Notices specially Riley's experiment on the 13 and 17 year forms. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. Oct. 15,1885. 5o:84i 35 ) 

Galeruca xanthomelaena [Galerucella luteola] identified and remedy given. 

Clubbed tortoise beetle. (Country gentleman, Oct. 15, 1885. 5o:84i 43 ) 
Appearance, habits and food plants of Coptocycla clavata Fabr. 

Leaf mining insect. (Home Farm [Augusta, Me.] Oct. 15, 1885. p. i) 

Brief notice of Chortophila [Pegomyia] betarum Lintn. 

Death watch Clothilla pulsatoria. (Country gentleman. Oct. 22, 1885. 
5o:86i 35 ) 

Habits and occurrence of this species. 

Eggs of a katydid. (Country gentleman. Oct. 29, 1885. 50 : 88i 42 ) 

Notices Microcentrum relinervis and Platyphyllum concavum [Cyrtophyllus 
concavus} . 



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New insect foe to the cut worm. (New England homestead. Oct. 31, 
1885. 19 : 405, col. 3-4) 
Brief account of a cut worm parasite, a species of Gonia. 



Saw fly on fruit trees. (Country gentleman. Nov. 12, 1885. 

Notices briefly an attack in Scotland by a saw fly, probably Eriocampa 
adumbrata, and gives remedies. 

2d report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York. 
Made to the legislature, pursuant to ch. 377 of the laws of 1881. 
Albany : Weed, Parsons & Co., legislative printers. 1885. 
68 fig. [Issued Feb. 20, 1886] 



Contents 



PAGE 

Introduction 1 

Notes of various insect attacks 5 



Remedies and preventives 24 

Miscellaneous notes.. 39 



Melittia cucurbitae [satyriniformis] , 
squash vine borer 57 

Orgyia [Notolophus~\ leucostigma, 

white marked tussock moth 68 

Plusia brassicae, cabbage Plusia .. 89 



Injurious Lepidopterous insects 

Plusia dyaus ? [rogationis Guen.] .. 94 
Amphidasys [Lycra] cognataria, 

currant Amphidasys ,. 97 

Sitotroga cerealella, Angoumois 

moth .. .102 



Dipterous insects 



Bibio albipennis, white winged 
Bibio.. . 110 



Microdon globosus 116 

Trypeta pomonella, apple maggot . 117 



Amphicerus bicaudatus, apple twig 
borer 125 

Lema trilineata, three lined leaf 
beetle . . . 132 



Injurious Coleopterous insects 

Tribolium ferrugineum 136 

Brachytarsus variegaius 139 

Aramigus fulleri, Fuller's rose 
beetle . . .142 



Injurious Hemipterous insects 

Cosmopepla carnifex 144 

Blissus leucopterus, chinch bug 148 

Largus succinctus, margined Largus 164 



Cicada septendecim, 17 year locust . 167 
Chermes pinicorticis, pine bark 
Chermes.., . 180 



Orthopterous and Neuropterous insects 

Chimarocephala \_ChortopJiaga~] viri- 

difasciata, green striped locust . 187 
Atropos divinatoria 198 



Achorutes [Sehoturus] nivicola, 
snow flea 203 

Lipurafimetaria [Aphorura armata] 208 



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Appendix 



(A) Entomological contributions. 213 
New sexual character in the 

pupae of some Lepidoptera. .. 213 
On an egg parasite of the cur- 
rant saw fly 217 

(B) Miscellaneous publications of 
the entomologist 223 

(C) Winter insects of eastern New 
York 235 

Boreus nivoriundws, snow born 
Boreus 237 

Boreus brumalis, midwinter Bor- 
eus .. . 238 



PAGE 

Perla nivicola [Capnia pygmaea], 

small 'snow fly' 239 

Nemoura nivalis, large ' snow 

fly;' the 'shad fly' 240 

Culex hyemalis [Anopheles puncti- 

pennis], winter 'musketoe'.. 241 
Chironomu8 nivoriundus, snow 

born midge 242 

Trichocera brumalis, midwinter 

Trichocera 243 

Podura [Schoturus] nivicola, 

'snow flea' 244 

General index 245 

Plant index . . 263 



Some injurious insects of Massachusetts. (Massachusetts state board of 
agriculture. 33d annual report. 1886. Also, separate, with title 
page and cover [Mar. 12] 1886, 34 p.) [Read before the Massachu- 
setts state board of agriculture, at its meeting at Framingham, Dec. i, 



Treats of canker worm, cut worms, Sphinx quinquemaculata [Phlegethontius 
celeus], S. [Phlegethontius] Carolina, Trypeta pomonella, Crioceris asparagi, 
Rose leaf ' Tbrips,' Tettigonia vitis [var. of Typhlocyba comes Say], Tettigonia 
[Typhlocyba~\ rosae. 

Spring canker worm Anisopteryx [Paleacrita] vernata Peck. (Country 
gentleman. Ap. i 7 1886. 51: 249 21 ) 
Its ravages in Dutchess co., remedies. 

Cause of gapes. (Country gentleman. Ap. 8, 1886. 51: 269) 
General history of the gapes parasite, Syngamus trachealis. 

Birch seed insect. (Country gentleman. Ap. 15, 1886. 51: 287 23 ) 
Describes larva of birch seed insect [Cecidomyia betulae.'] 

Cause and treatment of gapes. (Country gentleman. Ap. 15, 1886. 

5.: 289*) 

Gives life history of Syngamus trachealis and remedies. 

Aphis mali the apple plant louse in Ontario orchards. (Ontario 
county times. May 12, 1886. Copied in Sentinel [Trumansburg, 
N. Y.] May 19, 1886; Watkins express [N. Y.] May 20, 1886; 
Palmyra courier [N. Y.] May 28, 1886) 

Identifies and gives remedies for this plant louse. 



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Curculio demonstration. (Country gentleman. May 13, 1886. 51 : 
3 66 48 -6 7 12 ) 
Note on PachyloUus picivorus Gerni. 

Orange insects. (Country gentleman. May 13, 1886. 51: 37o 32 ) 

Review of Mr Hubbard's report on tbis subject. , 

Apple tree aphis infesting our orchards. (New England homestead. 
May 15, 1886. 20: 189, col. 3) 
Brief account of Aphis mail. 

Canker worm and codling moth described. (New England homestead. 
May 15, 1886. 20 : 192, col. 4) 
Notice of canker worm and codling moth. 

Insects and other pests. (New England homestead. May 22, 1886. 
20 : 189, col 5) 

Nematus ventricosus [Pteronus ribesii} and Bemlecia marginata noticed. 

Horizontal borings in tree trunks. (Country gentleman. May 27, 1886. 

5. : 4 9 16 ) 

Injury is referred to the work of the yellow bellied woodpecker. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. May 27, 1886, 51: 409^) 
Galerucella xanthomelaena \luteola] identified. 

Plea for entomological study. (Glens Falls [N. Y.] republican. June 
i, 1886) 
Extracts from an address before the Agassiz association of Glens Falls. 

Apple tree aphis. (Country gentleman. June 3, 1886. 51 : 429^) 
Mentions Aphis mail and .4. [Myzus] ribis. 

Asparagus beetle. (Country gentleman. June 3, 1886. 51 : 429^) 
Brief notice of Crioceris asparagi. 

New strawberry insect. (New England homestead. June 5, 1886. 20: 
216, col, 5) 
Bemlndium quadrimaculatum is recorded as injurious to strawberries. 

Grapevine scale insect. (New England homestead. June 12, 1886. 
20 : 221, col. 6) 
Brief notice of Pulvinaria vitis ^innumerdbilis}. 

Apple tree bark louse. (Country gentleman. June 17, 1886. 5i:469 42 ) 
Identifies and gives remedies for Mytilaspis pomicorticis [pomorwm]. 

Forest tent caterpillar. (New England homestead. June 19, 1886. 
20: 229, col. 4-5) 
Brief account of Clisiocampa sylvatica \_di88tria]. 



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Squash bug. (New England homestead. June 19, 1886. 20 : 229, 

col. 5) 

Records injuries to melon vines by Anasa tristis. 

New attack on wheat. (Country gentleman. June 24, 1886. 5i:48; 25 ) 
Describes the attack of au unknown saw fly on wheat. 

Unknown grass insect. (Country gentleman. July i, 1886. 51 : 503 16 ) 
Gives characters of an unknown attack on grass. 

Gortyna nitela destroying tomato plants. (Orange county farmer. July 
i, 1886. p. 4) 
Injuries to tomato plants by Gortyna [Hydroecia] nitela Guen. 

Hop vine insects Origin of honey dew. (Waterville [N. Y.] times. 
July 1 6, 1886. p. 2) 

General account of Phorodon humuli. 

Honey dew on the hop vine. (Country gentleman. July 22, 1886. 

5i: 553 44 ) 
Gives origin of honey dew and identifies the larva of Adalia bipunctata. 

New attack on the potato. (New England homestead. July 24, 1886. 
20: 273, col. i) 
Attack by aphids is referred with doubt to Megoura solani. 

Potato stalk weevil Trichobaris trinotala Say. (American rural home. 
July 24, 1886. No. 30, 16: 8, col. 4-5, 22 cm) 
Brief notice of this species. 

Plant louse on the potato. (Country gentleman. July 29, 1886. 

5i : 56 9 18 ) 

Referred with doubt to Megoura solani aud remedies given. 

[Notice of Dr Walker's communication on Experiments with gapes] 
(Country gentleman. July 29, 1886. 51 : 576") 

Review of paper on identity of parasites in earthworms with Syngamus. 

Stalk borer. (New England homestead. July 31, 1886. 20: 277 
col. i) 
Notices an attack on corn by Gortyna [Hydroecia] nitela. 

Maple tree pruner Elaphidion sp. (Country gentleman. Sep. 9, 1886. 
51: 6 77 25 ) 

Gives features of attack by Elaphidion parallelum Newrn. [yillosum Fabr.] 
on maples. 

[Myriads of minute insects in the air] (Albany evening journal. 
Sep. 9, 1886. p. 4) 

Insects in the air are identified as Aphis [Nectarpphora'] granaria. 



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Apple tree pest and parasite. (Country gentleman. Sep. 16, 1886. 
5i:6 95 13 ) 

Oedemasia [Schizura] concinna and Limneria fugitiva noticed. 

Carrot and parsnip aphids. (Country gentleman. Sep. 16, 1886. 

5i:695 18 ) 

Records injuries to carrots and parsnips by aphids. 

Ham infesting mite. (Country gentleman. Sep. 16, 1886. 5i:695 25 ) 
Identifies the cheese mite, Tyroglyplius siro, on ham. 

Cockscomb elm gall. (Country gentleman. Sep. 23, 1886. 5i:7i3 34 ) 
Galls of Glyphina [Colopha] ulmicola described, and synonymy and biblio- 
graphy given. 

U. S. entomological report. (Country gentleman. Sep. 23, 1886. 

5i:7iS 25 ) 

Short notice of Riley's report for 1885. 

New and destructive borer to be conquered. (New England home- 
stead. Sep. 25, 1886. 20:341, col. 4) 

Identifies Scolytus rugulosus and Phloeotribus liminaris. 

Honey dew on maple leaves. (New England homestead. Sep. 25, 
1886. 20:344, col. 2) 

Brief notice of honey dew, its source and value to bees. 

Gapes in fowls. (Country gentleman. Sep. 30, 1886. 5 1:73 1 41 ) 
Comments on Dr Walker's paper on gapes. 

Muskmelon worm. (Country gentleman. Sep. 30, 1886. 51 : 733 35 ) 

Account of Phakellura [Margaronia] nitidalis and mention of Chauliognathus 
marginatvs. 

Silk culture. (Country gentleman. Sep. 30, 1886. 51: 735 23 ) 
Brief review of The mulberry silk worm, by Riley. 

A queer bug and other insects. (Country gentleman. Oct. 7, 1886. 

Si : 753 41 ) 
Notices Leptoglossus oppositus, L. phyllopus and Metapodius femoratm. 

Severe attack on the potato. (Country gentleman. Oct. 14, i8$6. 

5 I: 773 35 ) 

Records an attack of Julus caeruleocinctus and a species of Polydesmus on 
potatoes. 

Beech tree blight. (Husbandman [Elmira, N. Y.] Oct. 27, 1886. No. 
636. 13: i, col. i, 2, 38 cm) 

Brief account of Pemphigus imlricator Fitch. 

Grain aphis in Maryland. (Country gentleman. Nov. 25, 1886. 51: 

93 25 ) 

Refers an attack on rye to Siphonophora avenae [Nectaropliora granaria]. 



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Annual address of the president of the entomological club of the 
A. A. A. S., at the Buffalo meeting, Aug. 17, 1886. (Entomologica 
americana. 1886. 2 : 143-60) 

Gives the evidences of progress in entomology during the past year. 

Sweet potato pest. (Albany express. Dec. 8, 1886) 

Notice of the sweet potato weevil, Cijlas formicarius Fabr. 

Praying Mantis and its eggs. (Country gentleman. Jan. 6, 1887. 

S^ : 9 32 , fig-) 

Gives the life history and beneficial habits of Mantis [Stagmomantis] 
Carolina. 

Bug injurious to shade trees. (Country gentleman. Jan. 27, 1887. 

52:69") 

Brief notice of Leptocoris trivittatus Say in Kansas. 

Fuller's rose beetle Aramigus fulleri Horn. (Country gentleman. 
Feb. 3, 1887. 5 2:8 9 12 ) 

Describes its injuries in greenhouses. 

Harmlessness of the lady bird, Adalia bipunctata. (The Owl [organ of 
Agassiz association, Glens Falls, N. Y.] February 1887. 2:15) 
Mention of its abundance and beneficial habits. 

Aphididae, or plant lice. (Western New York horticultural society. Pro- 
ceedings. 32d annual meeting, Jan 26 and 27, 1887. p. 85-97) 
[Issued in March 1887] 

General account of plant lice, giving systematic position, features, distribu- 
tion, injuries, propagation, our imperfect knowledge and recent discoveries. 

Wood eating insect. (Country gentleman. Mar. 31, 1887. 52:257^) 
Records the presence of Xylotreclius colontts Fabr. in a house. 

Do spiders protect fruit trees from aphids ? (Green's fruit grower. 
April 1887. p 17) 

No record is known of spiders devouring aphids under natural conditions. 

Currant worm remedy. (Popular gardening. April 1887. 2:120-21) 

Recommends hellebore and mentions the parasite, Trichogramma pretiosa. 
Life history of Hemileuca maia Drury. (Swiss cross. April 1887. 

i: > 35-39. % J -3) 
General account of the life history of this species. 

How to prevent the cabbage maggot. (New England homestead. 
Ap. 9, 1887. 21 : 136, col. 5) 

Gives a number of remedies for this species. 

Apple tree bark louse. (Country gentleman. Ap. 21, 1887. 52: 32i 15 ) 
Gives life history and remedies for Mytilaspis pomicorticis [pomorum~]. 



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Borers in timber. (Country gentleman. Ap. 28, 1887. 52 : 34i 31 ) 
A few general recommendations for the protection of timber from borers. 

Honey dew eaten by bees. (Country gentleman. Ap. 28, 1887. 

5*:34i 36 ) 
On the value of honey dew as a food for bees. 

17 year locust Cicada septendecim. (Owl [Glens Falls, N. Y.] May 
1887. 2 : 17-19, fig. 1-5) 

General account of Cicada septendecim, reference is made to the 13 year form 
and to C. titiicen. 

[Root aphis of the hop vine.] (Waterville [NT. Y.] times. May 6, 
1887. p. 2) 
Records the attack by an unknown root aphis on the roots of hop vines. 

Lady birds, leaf and carpet beetles. (Country gentleman. May 12, 1887. 
5 2: 3 8i 15 , fig. 1-6) 

Gives the characters of the lady birds, leaf beetles (Chrysomelidae} and the 
carpet beetle. 

Little winged pest. (Argus [Albany]. May 16, 1887. p. 2) 
Abstract of a paper on the mosquito [See 12th report, p. 319-35]. 

Another apple tree pest. (Country gentleman. May 19, 1887. 52 : 

398") 

Records serious injuries to apple buds by Crepidodera rufipes Linn. 

New(?) aphis on hop roots. (Country gentleman. May 19, 1887. 
5 2: 4<Di 31 ) 
Importance of knowing the life history of Phorodon Tiumuli. 

Currant worm parasite. (Express [Albany]. May 23, 1887. 41:2) 
Mentions the attack of Trichogramma pretiosa on the currant worm. 

Leather beetle. (Boots and shoes weekly. May 25, 1887. n : 473) 

Insect, burrowing in leather is probably Dermestes vulpinus, Sitodrepa panicea 
mentioned. 

Saw fly on apple trees. (Country gentleman. May 26, 1887. 52: 

4 2 !) 

Habits of Dolerus sericeus Say and D. arvensis Say, food plants of latter. 
Elm leaf beetle going northward. (Country gentleman. May 26, 1887. 
52: 42 1 37 ) 

Galerucella xanthomelaena \luteola] received from Poughkeepsie. 

New cotton pest. (Country gentleman. June 2, 1887. 52 :44i 45 ) 
Injuries to cotton by Systena blanda var. bitaeniata [taeniata] recorded. 

Thrips in strawberry blossoms. (Country gentleman. June 9, 1887. 



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Leather beetle again. (Boots and shoes weekly. June 15, 1887. 
ii :6o8) 
Injuries by Sitodrepa panicea to shoes, with remedies. 

Apple pest. (Oswego daily times. June 18, 1887. p, 4)' 

Records serious injuries by the rose bug, Maaodactylus subs^inosus to apple 
trees, and gives several remedies. 

Cockscomb elm gall. (Country gentleman. June 23, 1887. 52 : 49i 23 ) 
Brief notice of Glyphina [Colopha] nlmicola. 

Ox warble fly. (Country gentleman. June 23, 1887. 52 : 493") 

General account of Hypoderma bovis [an erroneous reference of H. lineata] 
giving its life history and remedies. 

Grape vine leaf hopper. (Country gentleman. June 23, 1887. 5 2: 493 41 ) 
Gives a brief account of Tettigonia vitia [Typhlocyba comes var.] 

Rose bug. (Country gentleman. June 30, 1887. 52 : 5ii 13 ) 
Treats of various remedies for Macrodactylus subspinosus. 

Hop louse. (Country gentleman. June 30, 1887. 52: $n 24 ) 
Gives remedies used in England against Phorodon humili. 

Report of the state entomologist to the regents of the University of the 
State of New York, for the year 1885. (State museum of natural his- 
tory. 39th annual report. 1885. p. 77-125) [Published, July 6, 1887] 



Conten is 



Introduction 81 

Publications by the entomologist. 83 
Contributions to the department.. 89 
Collections of the entomologist. .. 91 
Insect attacks and miscellaneous 

observations 94 

Eggs of a cutworm on an apple 

tree 94 

Anisopteryx [7'afcacrita] vernata 

Peck, canker worm 96 

Apple leaf Bucculatrix 97 

Epheatia kuhniella as a pest in 

mills 99 

Cecidomyia leguminicola, clover 

seed midge 100 

Sciara sp. ? occurring on wheat. 101 

Helophilua similis Macq 102 

Antliomyia [Phorbia] brassicae 

Bouche, cabbage fly 103 

Cecidomyia destructor Say, hes- 

sian fly 103 

Lady bug attack on scale insects 104 



Ovi position of Saperda Candida 
Fabr 105 

Clover leaf weevil destroyed by 

a fungus 106 

A'yleborm pyri Peck [dispar 

Fabr.] pear blight beetle 107 

Attack on young pears by a 

plant bug 110 

Poecilocapsus lixeatus Fabr 110 

Experiment with the 13 year 

Cicada Ill 

Scale insect attack on ivy 113 

Cheese mite infesting smoked 

meats.... 114 

Parasitic mite attacking the 

Colorado potato beetle 116 

Another parasitic mite infesting 

a beetle 118 

Mite attack on garden plants... 118 
Black knot of the plum tree and 

its guests 120 



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Contents concluded 



Notes upon various insects 122 

Nisoniades [Thanaos] persius 

Scudder 122 

Sphinx canadensis Boisd 122 

MeUttia cucurbitae Harr. [satyr- 

iniformis Hiibn.] 122 

Tinea pellionella Linn 122 

Mallota sp 123 

Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn 123 

ThanasimusdubiusFabr. .. . 123 



Macrodactylns subspinosus Fabr. . 123 

Chrysochus auratus Fabr 124 

Trirhabda canadensis Kirby 124 

Hylesinus opaculus LeConte 124 

Phloeotribus liminaris Harris .. 124 

Oecanthus niveus Harris 124 

Ephemera natata Walk, [simw- 

lans Walk.] 124 

Insect index 127 



Meal worm in salt. (Country gentleman. July 7, 1887. 52 : 53o 38 ) 
Larvae in a sack of salt are identified as those of Tenebrio molitor Linn. 

Four lined leaf bug on the currant. (Country gentleman. July 14, 

1887. 5 2:547 27 ) 
Gives remedies for Poecilocapsus linealus. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. July 21, 1887. 52: $65 31 ) 
Brief notice of Galeruca xanthomelaena [Gralerucella luteola}. 

The Curculio on the apple. (Country gentleman. July 21, 1887. 52: 



Blackened pits in apples are identified as probably the work of ConotracJielus 
nenuphar. 

An ichneumonized caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. i, 1887. 52: 

673 38 ) 

Identifies the cocoons of Apanteles congregatus on the larva of Darapsa [Jm- 
pelophaga] myron. 

Milkweed beetle with bad habits. (Country gentleman. Sep. i, 1887. 

52:673") 

Records an attack by Chelymorpha argus on harley, corn and cabbage. 

Blister beetle attack. (Country gentleman. Sep. i, 1887. 52 : 6'j4 22 ) 
Identifies Epicauta cinerea on Clematis flammula. 

Harvest fly. (Country gentleman. Sep. i, 1887. 52:674 33 ) 
Cicada tiUcen is identified and briefly noticed. 

Mites on arbor vitae. (Country gentleman. Sep. i, 1887. 52 : 674" ) 
Gives remedies for mites [Tetranychm telarius~\ on arbor vitae. 

Elm leaf spraying. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1887. 52:694 28 ) 
Apparatus for spraying elms is described. 



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Pests of the pomologist. (Boston herald. Sep. 16, 1887. P- 3) 

Abstract of an address delivered before the American pomological society. 

Queer foe to the caterpillar. (New England homestead.v Oct. i, 1887. 
p. 354, col. 3) 

Cocoons of Apanteles congregatus on the larva of Darapsa [Ampelopliaga] 
myron are identified. 

Value of crustaceans as food for fishes. (American angler. Oct. 8, 
1887. p. 235) 

Treats of the value of Crustacea, May flies, Phryganid larvae and other 
aquatic forms as food for fishes. 

Two marked tree hopper. (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 1887. 52:783 27 ) 
Identifies a variety of Enchertopa binotata on Juglans rupestris. 

Mites on arbor vitae. (Country gentleman. Oct. 20, 1887. 52:8oo 24 ) 
Tetranychus telarius is the mite on arbor vitae. 

Asparagus and pear blight beetles. (Country gentleman. Oct. 27, 
1887. S2:8i7 32 ) 
Gives remedies for Crioceris asparagi and Xyleborus pyri 



White grub attack on wheat. (Country gentleman. Oct. 27, 1887. 

s^iy 43 ) 

Describes a species of white grub attacking wheat, apparently not that of 
Lachnosterna fusca. 

Bag worm. (Country gentleman. Nov. 3, 1887. 52:837 26 ) 

General account of Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis, giving habits, life history 
and remedies. 

Insects and yellows in the peach. (Country gentleman. Nov. 3, 1887. 
52:837, col. 4, 22 cm) 
Phloeotribus liminaris not the cause of yellows. 

Grape insects in manure. (American garden. December 1887. 8:396) 
Larvae living in manure, as those of Ligyrus relictus, do not feed on living 
plants. 

Report of the state entomologist to the regents of the University of the 
State of New York, for the year 1886. (New York state museum of 
natural history. 4oth report 1887. p. 79-154- Also separate, with 
cover and title page : same paging) [Published Jan. 20, 1888. Des- 
ignated as ' 3d report of the state entomologist '] 



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Contents 



Introductory 83 

New attack on wheat by a saw 
flylarva 87 

Red humped apple tree caterpillar 
and parasite Oedemasia [cM- 
zura] concinna Sm.-Abb. and 
Limneria fugitiva Say 90 

The forest tent caterpillar Clisio- 
campa sylvatica Harr. [disstria 
Hiibn.] . 91 

The spring canker worm Anisop- 
teryx [Paleacrita] vernata Peck . . 93 

Unknown grass pest 96 

New strawberry insect Bembidium 
quadrimaculatnm Linn 98 

Meal insect LaemopJiloeus alter- 
nansEr 100 

Grass burrowing insect Cebrio bi- 
color Fabr 100 

Dung beetle Aphodius inquinatus 
Herbst 102 

Sugar maple borer Glycobius 
[Plagionotus] speciosus Say 103 

Potato stalk weevil Trichobaris 
trinotata Say 106 

'An ugly bee slayer ' Phymata 
erosa Her.-Sch. [ivolffii~\ 107 



Melon vines attacked by the 
squash bug, Anasa tristis De- 
Geer 110 

Grain aphis Siphonopliora avenue 
Fabr. [Nectarophora granaria 
Kirby] 112 

Hop vine aphis Phorodon humuli 
Schrank 115 

Apple tree aphis Aphis waZiLiun. 118 

Potato plants attacked by aphids. 121 

Aphis attack on carrots and par- 
snips 123 

Beech tree blight Pemphigus im- 
bricator Fitch 123 

Cockscomb elm gall of Glyphina 
[Colopha] ulmicola Fitch 126 

An unrecognized insect attack 128 

Grass infesting mite Trombi- 
dium Ibicolor Herm. [Bryobia 
pratemis] 128 

Mite infesting smoked meats 
Tyroglyplius siro Linn 130 

Severe attack on potatoes by 
Myriapoda, etc 131 

Notes on various insects 135 

Contributions to the department 
during the year 140 

List of publications of the entom- 
ologist during the year 142 



Some pests of the pomologist. [From the American pomological society's 
report for 1887. Read before the A. P. S. at its Boston meeting, Sep. 
1887] (Separates, quarto, with cover and title page, i3p.) [Published 
Mar. i, 1888] 

The paper presents the following headings: Progress in pomology; Evils 
attending progress in pomology ; Need of scientific study ; Demands of science 
on the pomologist; Immense fruit production no overproduction; Large 
areas'devoted to fruit crops; Increase in plant diseases; Increase of insect 
ravages; Food habits of insects; Change of food plants ; Introduction from 
abroad; Spread of scale insects; Number of insect pests; An unknown cur- 
rant insect; How insect ravages are to be met; Insecticides; Publications 
relating to fruit insects ; Conclusion. 

[Published, also, in the 4th report on the insects of New York. 1888. p, 
183-92] 



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Remedies for scale insects. (Country gentleman. Mar. i, 1888. 53 : 
169'*) 
Gives the remedies for Chionaspis furfuws and notices Chilocorua bivulnerus. 

[Injurious fruit insects of the vicinity of New York] (New York farmers. 
Proceedings. 1886-87. p. 52-59) [Published in March 1888] 

The following insects are noticed : Apple maggot, Trypeta pomonella ; apple 
worm of the codling moth ; apple tree aphis ; bark borers, Xyleborua pyri 
[dispar], Scolytus rugulosus, S. obesus [Xyleborus dispar]: plum curculio ; 
peach tree borer; eight spotted Alypia on grapevines; currant worm; cab- 
bage butterfly, Pieris rapae ; and Colorado potato beetle. 

Sulfur for the elm beetle. (Country gentleman. Mar. 15, 1888. 53: 

209") 

Futility of sulfur as a remedy for Galerucella luteola. 

Pea weevil. (Country gentleman. Mar. 22, 1888. 53 : 229) 
General account of Bruchus pisi [pisorum] . 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. Mar. 29, 1888. 53:249^) 
Remedies are given for Galerucella luteola. 

Our worst enemies the bugs. (Country gentleman. Ap. 5, 1888. 

53:269") 

Brief account of insect ravages and remedies for the same. 

Striped flea beetle. (Country gentleman. Ap. 12, 1888. 53 : 289 18 ) 
General account of Phyllotreta vittata Fabr. 

Unrecognized apple tree attack. (Country gentleman. Ap. 26, 1888. 

S3- 3^) 

Describes the injury to the limbs of an apple tree, subsequently referred to 
the oviposition of one of the flower crickets. 

White flower cricket. (Country gentleman. Ap. 26, 1888. 53 : 329 28 ) 
Egg punctures in a Concord grape vine are those of Oecanthus niveus Serv. 

Leaf hopper. (Vineyardist. May i, 1888. 2:113) 

Injuries to grapes by Erythroneura vitis Harris [TypUooyla comes Say, var.] 
and remedies. 

To kill plant lice. (Farm and home. May i, 1888. 9 : 158, col. 4) 
Gives the best method of fighting plant lice. 

Bacon beetle attacks comb. (Bee keepers' magazine. May 1888. 

16: 143-44) 

Records the feeding on the wax of empty honeycomb by the larvae of 
Dermestes lardarius Linn. 



354 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. May 10, 1888. 53 : 366 37 ) 

Brief notice of Galeruca xantliomelaena [Galerucella luteola] from Scarsdale, 

N, y. 

Friends, npt foes. (Country gentleman. May 31, 1888. 53:43o 32 ) 

Small beetles said to be injurious in hot beds to flower plants are Tacliys 
incurious Say and Homalota Uvidipennis Mann., neither of which could cause 
the injury. 

Maple leaf mite gall. (Country gentleman. June 14, 1888. 53 : 
4 6o 47 -6i u ) 

Describes the galls of Phytoptus quadripes Shimer, and gives remedies. 

Grape vine pest. (Orange county farmer. June 21, 1888, 7: 5, col. i) 
Galls of Lasioptera vitis O. S. are described and remedies indicated. 



Cockscomb elm gall. (Country gentleman. June 28, 1888. 53 

Galls on the ' weeping slippery elm' are described and identified as those of 
Coloplia [Crlyphina] ulmicola Fitch. 

Apple tree tent caterpillar Clisiocampa americana. (Country gentle- 
man. July 5, 1888. 53 151 1 24 ) 

Recommends removal of the egg belts or spraying with arsenites, and 
records its unusual abundance. 

Honey dew on hickory leaves. (Country gentleman. July 5, 1888. 
53'S" 35 ) 

Honey dew is produced by plant lice or may result from a diseased condi- 
tion of the leaves. 

Grape leaf galls. (Country gentleman. July 5, 1888. 53 : 5ii 46 ) 
Galls from Worcester, Mass., are identified as those of Lasioptera vitis. 

New pest threatens the hay crop. (Albany evening journal. July 7, 
1888. p. 7) 
Records injury to grass by a species of Thrips. 

Stalk borer. (Country gentleman. July 12, 1888. 53 : 532") 

Larva from Rock Hall, Md., where it is known as the 'bud worm,' and in- 
festing stalks of young corn is Gortyna [Hydroecia] nitela Guen. Remedies 
are given. 

An entomological friend. (Orange county farmer. July 12, 1888. No. 

45- 7'8) 

15 spotted lady bug, Anatis 15-punctata [ocellata] is identified and its bene- 
ficial habits given. 

Ash grey blister beetle. (Country gentleman. July 19, 1888. 53 : 547 22 ) 

General notice of injuries to potatoes at Charlottesville, Va., by Macrofyasis 

unicolor Kirby. The imported Spanish fly, Cantharis vesicatoria, is also noticed. 



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Insects on apple trees. (Country gentleman. July 19, 1888. 53:548 15 ) 
So-called 'black knot 7 on apple trees is not caused by insects. 

Light loving grape vine beetle Anomala lucicola. (Country gentleman. 
July 26, 1888. 53 :565 38 ) 

Beetles from grape vines at Hightstown, N. J., are Anomala lucicola Fabr. 
Their general features are given and preventives of attack indicated. 

Black long sting. (New England homestead, Aug. 4, 1888. 22:286, 
col. 5) 

Thalessa atrata Fabr. and T. lunator Fabr. are characterized and their habit 
of preying on the larva of Tremex columba described. 

Grape vine caterpillar Thyreus abbotii. (Country gentleman. Aug. 
19,1888. 53 :599 21 ) 

General account of the food plants, life history and dimorphic larvae of this 
species is given. 

Spittle insects. (New England homestead. Sep. 15, 1888. 22:333, 
col. 1-2) 

Gives habits and injuries to grass by spittle insects. 

Fly on the heads of cattle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 20, 1888. 

53'75 47 ) 
Brief notice of a fly attacking cattle [proves to be HaematoUa serrata.~] 

Melon plant louse. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 1888. 53:725 26 ) 
Notices an attack on muskiuelon leaves by Aphis cucumeris [gossypii] and 
galls on the shoots produced by Cecidomyia [Diplosis] cucumeris. 

Hag moth caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 1888. 53 : 725 36 ) 
Describes the caterpillar of Pholetron pithecium Sm.-Abb., and gives its 
food plants and habits. 

An ichneumonizd caterpillar. Interesting case of parasitism. (Country 
gentleman. Sep. 27, 1888. 53'725 42 ) 

Describes the cocoons of Apanteles congregates Say on a sphinx larva, 
probably Darapsa [Ampelophaga] myron Cram., and records an interesting 
case of secondary parasitism by a Cbalcid. 

Thousand legged worms. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 1888. 

53:725") 

Worms destroying geraniums by eating their roots are identified as Julus 
caeruleocinctus Wood and remedies given. 

Bee keeper's guide. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 1888. 53 : 727^) 
Notices the 13th edition of the Manual of the apairy by Prof. A. J. Cook. 



356 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Yellow necked apple tree caterpillar. (Country' gentleman. Oct. 4, 
1888. 5 3:743 42 ) 

Caterpillars devastating apple trees are identified as Datana ministra Drury. 
Feeding habits and remedies are given. 

Cow fly, horn fly or Texan fly. (Country gentleman. Oct. n, 1888. 



A re'sume' of what was then known of the insect [Haematobia serrata], 

Oak galls. (Country gentleman. Oct. 18, 1888. 53: 775 25 ) 

Small, round, pubescent galls on oak leaves are identified as those of Neu- 
roterus verrucarum O. S. 

Cow fly or Texas fly. (Country gentleman. Oct. 18, 1888. 53: 779 25 ) 
The fly [Haematobia serrata] is stated to be a species of Stomoxys. 

Caterpillar on the chestnut. (Country gentleman. Oct. 1 8, 1888. 53: 



Caterpillars from a Spanish chestnut tree are Halisidota tessellarin Sm.-Abb. 

White grub of the May beetle. (New York state museum of natural 
history. Bulletin 5. November 1888. 31 p., 5 fig.) [Reprinted, with 
additions, from the New York state agricultural society, 43d annual 
report. 1883. New York state agricultural society. Transactions. 
1883-86. 34:5-33] 

The following are the subheads of the paper: White grub. Egg Injurious 
character of the insect Injuries from the grub Injuries by the beetle 
Life history Distribution Its enemies Preventives and remedies Study 
of the insect desired. 

Cut worms. (New York state museum of natural history. Bulletin 6. 
November 1888. 36 p., 28 fig.) [Reprinted, with additions, from the 
New York state agricultural society, 44th annual report. 1884-85. 
New York state agricultural society. Transactions. 1883-86. 
34:66-100] 

Contents: What are cut worms ?; Their appearance ; Their habits; Habits 
of the moths; Natural history; Conditions favorable to cutworms; Their 
food plants ; Abundance of cut worms ; Literature of cut worms ; List of 
species; Natural enemies ; Parasites; Preventives and remedies. Two pre- 
ventives specially commended. 

Red humped apple tree caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Nov. 22. 
1888. 55 :8 75 23 ) 
General notice of Oedemasia [Schizura] concinna Sin. -Abb. 



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4th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York. 
Albany, The Troy press company, printers, 1889. [Issued November 
23, 1888] 237 p., 68 fig. (From the New York state museum of 
natural history. 4ist report. 1888. p. 123-358) 



Introductory 



Contents 



Insect attacks and miscellaneous observations 



PAGE 

9 



Insects of the hemlock 19 

Chalcid parasites of Cecidomyia 
betulae Winnertz 27 

Isosoma hordei Harris, joiut worm 
fly. 27 

Thalessa lunator Fabr., lunate 
long sting 35 

Amphibolips prunus Walsh, oak 
plum gall Cynips 42 

Aulaoomerus lutescens n. sp. [JHc/- 
iocampus viminalis Fallen], 
poplar saw fly 44 

Currant bushes girdled by an un- 
known insect 47 

Orgyia [Notolophns] leucostigma 
Sm.-Abb., white marked tussock 
moth 8 

Lagoa [Megalopyge] opercularisSm.- 

Abb., rabbit moth 51 

Nephelodes violans Guen. [minians 

var.] bronze colored cut worm 54 

Homoptera lunata Drury, as a rose 
pest 57 

A hemlock leaf miner 59 

Cecidomyia balsamicola n. sp., and 
its gall 60 

Lasioptera vilis O. S., and its galls. 63 

Chloropisca prolifica O. S. n. sp. 
[variceps Loew], and its win- 
ter gatherings 67 



Phytomyza lateralis Fallen [clirys- 
anthemi], marguerite fly 73 

Megilla maculata DeGeer, spotted 
lady bird 80 

Chauliognathus marginatus Fabr., 
margined soldier beetle 84 

Sitodrepa panicea Linn., as a leath- 
er beetle 88 

Xylotrechus colonus Fabr., occur- 
ring in a dwelling 93 

Haltica bimarginata Say, alder flea 
beetle 96 

Crepidodera rufipea-liitni., red foot- 
ed flea beetle 101 

Scolytus rugulosus Ratz., wrinkled 

Seolytus 103 

Corythuca ciliata Say, ciliated 
Tingis 107 

Melanolestes picipes H.-S., black 
corsair 109 

Hytilaspis pomorum Bouch6, apple 
tree bark louse 114 

Ptyelus lineatus Linn., lined spit- 
tle hopper 120 

Ephemera natata Walk, [simulans 
Walk.], and other Ephemeri- 
dae 121 

Hairsnakes as parasitic on insects. 125 

Cermatia [Scutigera'] forceps Raf., 
as a household pest 128 



Brief notes on various insects 

Dolerus sp. ; Danais archippus [Anosia plexippus], 135. Thecla strigosa [liparops] ; Nisoni- 
ades [T/ianaos] perstus; Sphinx canadensis, 137. Melittia cucurbit ae [satyriniformis] ; 
Hyppa xylinoides ; Erebus odora, 138. Zerene [Cingilid] catenaria ; Anisopteryx [Alsophila] 
pometaria, 139. Tinea pellionella ; Mallata sp., 140. Anthrenus scrophulariae ; Alaus 
oculatus, 141. Thanasimus dubius; Macrodactylus subspinosus ; Lema trilineata; 
Chrysochus auratus ; Trirhabda canadensis, 142. Galeruca xanthomelaena [Oalerucella 
luteola], 143. Hylesinus opaculus ; Phloeotribus liminaris, 144. Belostoma americanum, 145. 
Ceresa bubalus, 146. Chermes pinicorticis ; Oecanthus niveus, 147. 



358 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Appendix PAGE 

(A) Some extra-limital insects 151 

Carpocapsa saltitans Westw., and its jumping seeds 151 

Systena blanda Mels. [taeniata Say] Broad striped flea beetle 155 

Leptocoris trivittatus Say Box-elder plant bug 156 

Mantis [Stagmomantis] Carolina Linn. Carolina Mantis 158 

(B) Entomological addresses : 

Present state of entomological science in the U. S 163 

Annual address of the president of the entomological club of the American 

association for the advancement of science 172 

Some pests of the pomologist 183 

(C) List of publications of the entomologist during the year 1887 193 

(D) Contributions to the department during the year 1887 205 

(E) Errata in former reports 209 

General index 211 

Plant index 235 

A familiar pest. (New England homestead. Nov. 24, 1888. 22: 421, 
col. 1-2) 

Identifies the pupa of Sphinx quinquemaculata [PMegethontius celeus] and 
gives life history briefly. 

Identification of the cow fly Haematobia serrata. (Country gentleman. 
Nov. 29, 1888. 53:893 27 ) 

Reference of the species by Baron Osten Sacken, of Germany, to Haematobia 
serrata Rob.-Desv. 

Wire worms. (Country gentleman. Nov. 29, 1888. 53 : 8933*, fig. 1-6) 
Gives several of the best remedies for these pests. 

Egg deposits of flower crickets. (Country gentleman. Dec. 6, 1888. 

53: 9i i n ) 

Oecanthus niveus Harris, Oecanthus fasciatus DeGeerand Pelidnota punctata 
Linn, are noticed. 

White marked tussock egg clusters. (Country gentleman. Dec. 6, 1888. 

53 : 9 IllS ) 

Identifies the eggs of Orgyia [Notoloplius] leucostigma Sm.-Abb. and notices 
a parasite, Pimpla conquisitor Say. 

Transformations of Sesia \Hemaris\ bujfaloensis Gr.-Rob. (American 
entomological society. Transactions. 1888. 15:105) 

Immature stages are described, the larvae being found on snowball. 

Apple tree tent caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Ap. 4, 1889. 54:269 n ) 
Eggs of Clisiocampa americana on a peach twig are identified and the insect 
briefly noticed. 



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Apple tree bark louse. (Country gentleman. Ap. 4, 1889. ^:26g 22 ) 
Gives the remedy for Mytilaspls pomorum Bouche". 

Mite infesting dwellings. (Ohio farmer. -Ap. 13, 1889. p. 274) 
Reported infestation is referred with doubt to Bryobia species. 

Remarkable display of eel worms. (Country gentleman. May 1 6, 1889. 

54:389") 

Red appearance in a shallow stream at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., is found to 
be owing to the presence of myriads of small red worms belonging to the 
AnguiUulidae. 

Preserving insect specimens. (Country gentleman. May 23, 1889. 54: 

49 28 ) 

Directions are given for preparing a ' cyanide bottle ' for the collection of 

insects. 
Cabbage maggot. (Country gentleman. June 6, 1889. 54: 440 43 ) 

An infusion of burdock, caustic liine applied to the roots, unleached ashes 
about the plant and kerosene emulsion are remedies recommended. 

Apple tree worm. (Country gentleman. June 6, 1889. 54 :44o 46 ) 

Remedies ure given for CUsiocampa americana and its ease of control 
commented upon. 

Rose bug destroying peaches. (Country gentleman. June 6, 1889. 

54: 44i n ) 

Gives remedies to be used against this insect, Macrodactylus subspinosus. 

Rose leaf hopper. (Country gentleman. June 6, 1889. 54: 441") 
Appearance of Tettigonia [lypJilocyba] rosae Harris and remedies. 

[Forest tent caterpillar devastating maples.] (Albany evening journal. 
June 8, 1889) 

Account of the ravages of Clisiocampa sylvatica [disstria] in a maple grove 
at Kingsbury, Washington co., N. Y. 

Parasite on potato beetle. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1889. 54: 
456"-57 12 ) 

General notice of Uropoda americana Riley, a parasite of the potato beetle. 

Grain aphis. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1889. 54:457 17 ) 

Records an attack on wheat at Allendale, 111., by the grain aphis, Siphon- 
ophora [Nectaropliord] granaria. 

Apple tree flies. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1889. 54 : 457 23 ) 

Fly occurring 'by millions' on apple trees at Meadville, Pa. [June 4] is 
the white winged Bibio, Bibio albipennis. 

Hop yard pest reappears. (Albany evening journal. June 20. 1889. 
p. i; Utica morning herald. June 21, 1889; Fort Plain free press. 
June 25, 1889; Country gentleman, June 27, 1889. 54:497") 
Warning of attack by the hop aphis, Phorodon humuli; remedies given. 



360 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Currant aphis. (Country gentleman. June 20, 1889. 54:474 31 ) 
Gives remedies for aphis on currant stems, may be Myzus ribis. 

Asparagus beetle. (Country" gentleman. June 20,1889. 54 : 47^ 28 ) 
Crioceris asparagi is identified and remedies given. 

Grain aphis. (Country gentleman. June 27, 1889. 54 : 496 33 ) 

Identification of Siphonophora avenae [Nectarophara granaria] on wheat from 
LaGrange, 111. 

Insect depredations. (Country gentleman. June 27, 1889. 54: 496^) 
Remarks on the graii) aphis injuring wheat in Indiana. 

Our insect enemies and how to meet them. [An address before the New 
Jersey state board of agriculture, at its annual meeting at Trenton, 
Feb. i, 1889. Camden, N. J., [July] 1889. 22 p.] (State board 
of agriculture. i6th report. 1888-89. p. 285-304) 

Importance of agriculture its present and future. Economic entomology. 
Importance of entomological study. Secrecy of insect depredations. Small 
size of insects. Number of insects. Rapidity of propagation. Voracity of 
insects. Can insect ravages be prevented ? How to meet our insect enemies. 

Early appearance of the common house fly and its fungus. (Albany 
evening journal. July ti, 1889; 

Records the early appearance of Mmca domestica and its fungus. 
Corn worm. (New England homestead. July 13, 1889. 23 : 237, col. i) 
Caterpillar of Gortyna [Hydroecia] nitela is identified feeding on the tassels 
of corn. 

Insects on lima beans squash bugs. (Country gentleman. July 18, 
1889. 5 4:543 22 -) 

The insect on beans can not be identified without examples. Cucumber 
beetle, Diabrotica vittata, and squash bug Anasa tristis, are noticed. 

Remedies for the hop louse. (New England homestead. July 27, 1889. 
23:253, col. 6) 

Gives several remedies for this insect, Phorodon humuli. 

Yellow woolly bear. (New England homestead. July 27, 1889. 23 : 253, 
col. 6) 

Caterpillar, Spilosoma virginica, known in the winged state as ' the white 
miller' is identified. 

White grub of the May beetle Lachnosterna fusca. (New York state 
agricultural society. Transactions. 1883-86. [July] 1889. 34:5-33, 

% J -5) 

Reprint, with additions, of Bulletin 5 of the New York state museum of 
natural history. For contents, see 5th report on the insects of New York, 
1889. p. 308. 



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Cut worms. (New York state agricultural society. Transactions. [July] 
1889. 34 : 66-100, fig. 1-28) 

Reprint, with additions, of Bulletin 6 of the New York state museum of 
natural history. 

Aphididae or plant lice. (New York state agricultural society. Transac- 
tions. [July] 1889. 34: 101-15, fig. 1-9) 

Reprint, with illustrations and additional matter, from the proceedings of 
the Western New York horticultural society. 1887. For contents, see 4th 
report on the insects of New York. 1888. p. 194. 

Grain aphis. (Country gentleman. Aug. i, 1889. 54:579 22 ) 

Heads of rye from Stone Ridge, N. Y., show attack hy Siphonophora, avenae 
[Nectaroplwra gran aria]. 

Maple tree borer. (Country gentleman. Aug. i, 1889. 54:579 26 ) 

Identifies the larvae infesting maples as probahly those of Glycobius [Pla- 
yionotus] speciosus and gives the remedies. 

Cow fly. (Country gentleman. Aug. i, 1889. 54:579 33 ) 

Notices the cow fly, Haematolia serrata, and names several remedies. 

Insects in wheat not injurious. (Rural New Yorker. Aug. 3, 1889. 
48 : 509, col. 1-2) 

States that the small, shining, black beetles in heads of wheat are Phalacrus 
poUtusluirni. They are scavenger beetles, and are not injurious. 

Oak tree pruner. (Country gentleman. Aug. 29, 1889. 54:65i 38 ) 

Notices the work of Elaphidion parallelum [villosum'] in branches of red oak. 

A bombarding beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 5, 1889. 54:671") 
Describes discharge of a 'bombardier,' its effects, and names BracMnus 
fumans as a common form. 

Black blister beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 12, 1889. 54 : 694 23 ) 
Notices the work of Epicauta pennsylvanica DeGeerou chrysanthemums and 
gives remedies. 

Mites in bran. (Country gentleman. Sep. 19, 1889. 54: 7ii 27 ) 
Tyroglyphus siro in bran may be killed with carbon bisulfid. 

Beech tree borer Aegeria [Sanninoidea] exitiosa. (Country gentleman. 
Nov. 14, 1889. 54:86i 18 ) 
Extended account of this insect is given. 

Insects in cord wood. (Country gentleman. Nov. 14, 1889. 54 : 862 34 ) 
Sounds from wood stored in a dry cellar can not be identified from 
the description. 

A horn tail and its enemies. Country gentleman. Nov. 21, 1889. 
54:881^) 
Treats of a maple borer, Tremex columba Linn, and its parasite, Thalessa. 



362 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

5th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York. 
Albany, the Troy press company, printers, 1889. [Issued Nov. 23, 
1889] 205 p., 50 fig. Also as report of the state entomologist to the 
regents of the University of the State of New York, for the year 1888. 
(State museum of natural history. 42d annual report of the trustees, for 
the year 1888 [Nov. 20, 1889]. p. 145-347, fig. 1-50) 

Contents PAGE 

Trausmittal 151 

Eemedies and preventives of insect attack 

Cutting out the squash vine borer 155 

Change of soil for strawberry plants 156 

Brine for the currant worm 156 

Saltpetre not a preventive of cabbage fly attack 157 

Preventives for cabbage fly attack 158 

Beans for repelling the striped cucumber beetle 159 

Gas lime for th<3 woolly aphis 160 

How to kill the apple tree aphis 160 

Tobacco dust for aphis attack 162 

A liine wash for bark lice 163 

Injurious Hymenoptera 

Nematus [Lygaeonematus] erichsonii Hartig, larch saw fly 164 

Ncmatus salicis-pomum Walsh [Pontaniapomum], willow apple gall saw fly 173 

Injurious Lepidoptera 

Darapsa [Ampelophaga] myron Cramer, green grape vine sphinx 174 

Alypia octomaculata Fabr. and Eudryas [Euthisanotia] grata Fabr., eight 

spotted forester and beautiful wood nymph 179 

Phobetron pithecium Sm.-Abb., hag moth caterpillar 183 

Anisota senatoria Sin- Abb., senatorial oak moth 192 

A gratis [Peridromd} saucia Hiibn., variegated cut worm 200 

Mamestra picta Harris, zebra cabbage caterpillar 206 

Mamestra grandis Boisd., poplar feeding cut worm 210 

Penthina nimbatana Clemens, rose leaf tyer 213 

Incurvaria acerifoliella Fitch, maple leaf cutter 215 

Injurious Diptera 
Haematobia serrata Rob.-Desv., cow horn fly 220 

Injurious Coleoptera 

Dynastes tityus Linn., spotted horn bug 227 

Oberea bimaculata Oliv., raspberry cane girdler 231 

Galeriica xantlwmelacna Schrank [Galerucella luteolaMti]}.], elm leaf beetle 234 

Injurious Hemiptera 

Clastoptera obtusa Say, alder spittle in.sect 242 

Siphonopkora avenae Fabr. [Nectarophora granaria Kirby], grain aphis 246 

Myzm cerasi Fabr., cherry aphis 253 



LINTNER: ENTOMOLOGIC PUBLICATIONS 363 

Insect attacks and miscellaneous observations PAGE 

Canker worm, Anisopteryx [Paleacrita] vernata Peck 258 

Abundance of Gcornetrid larvae 259 

Apple leaf Bticculatrix , 260 

Clover seed midge, Cecidomyia leguminicola Liutn 262 

Hessian fly, Cecidomyia destructor Say 263 

Sciara sp.? occurring on wheat 264 

Cabbage fly, Anthomyia [Phorbia] brassicae Bouche" 265 

Lady bug attack on scale insects 266 

Carpet beetle, Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn , 267 

Oak pruner, Elaphidion parallelum Newrn. [villosum Fabr.] 268 

Ovipositiou of Saperda Candida Fabr 269 

Orthaltlca copalina Fabr 271 

Clover leaf weevil destroyed by a fungus attack 272 

Poecilocapsus lineatus Fabr 273 

Attack on youngpears by a plant bug 275 

Experiment with the 13 year Cicada 276 

White scale insect attack on ivy, Aspidiotus nerii Bouch6 278 

Black knot of the plum tree and its guests 280 

Collections in the Adirondack region, et al 281 

Collections in the Adirondack region in 1885 283 

Acarina and Myriapoda 

Miteattackon garden plants 287 

Parasitic mite of a sexton beetle, 289 

Parasitic attack on the Colorado potato beetle 289 

Cheese mite infesting smoked meats, Tyroglyplius siro Linn 291 

Cheese mite infesting flour 294 

Food of Cermatia [Seutigera] forceps Raf. 295 

Julus caeruleocinctus beneath carpets 296 

Appendix 

(A) List of publications of the entomologist 299 

(B) Contributions to the department 324 

General index 327 

Plant index 345 

Bean weevil. (New England homestead. Dec. 21, 1889. 23:425, 
col. 2-3) 

Gives several remedies for this insect. 

Gypsy moth in Medford, Mass. (Country gentleman. Jan. 23, 1890, 
55 69 25 ) 

Comment on a notice in the New York world on the introduction in Med- 
ford of the European gypsy moth, Ocneria IPorthetria] dispar. 

Insect pests of the state [New York.] (Albany evening journal. Jan. 
23,1890. 34:3) 

Extract from an address before the Albany farmers' institute, held the 
above date. 



364 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Mites infesting smoked meats. (Orange judd farmer. Jan. 25, 1890. 
7:63, col. 1-2) 

Records an infestation of smoked hams in a provision house by Tyroglyplms 
siro. Several remedies are given. 

Useful insects. (Country gentleman. Feb. 27, 1890. 55 : i7o 37 ) 

Eggs of tbe Carolina mantis are identified and its beneficial habits stated. 

Singular fly. (New York times. Ap. 14, 1890. p. 5, col. 2; Albany 
daily press and knickerbocker. Ap. 15, 1890; Plattsburg [N. Y.] 
morning telegram. Ap. 23, 1890) 

Records the abundance of Chloropisca prolifica Osten Sacken [varlceps Loew] 
in a house in September. 

Fighting the insect pests. (Albany evening journal. Ap. 16, 1890, 
44 cm) 

Report of a paper read before the Albany institute, Ap. 15, 1890, noticing a 
number of insects briefly. 

Late experiences with insects injurious to the orchard and garden. 
[Read before the Western New York horticultural society, at its 
annnual meeting, Jan. 22, 1890] (Western New York horticultural 
society, proceedings at its 35th annual meeting, Jan. 22, 23, 1890. 
p. 16-35) Also, in separates, 20 p. [Ap. 22, 1890]. 

Treats of insecticides and fungicides combined and briefly of a number of 
insects. 

Spraying for the curculio. (Country gentleman. Ap. 24, 1890. 55 : 



Manner of spraying for the curculio. 

Apple tree insects. (Country gentleman. Ap. 24, 1890. 55 : 329^) 

Identifies the cocoons of the apple leaf Bucculatrix, B. pomifoliella Clem. 
and the eggs of the apple tree tent caterpillar, Clisiocampa americana. 

Poisoning insects. (Country gentleman. May i, 1890. 55 : 347 12 ) 

Directions are given for using paris green and london purple in water for 
spraying purposes. 

Fly, Chloropisca prolifica \variceps\ (Country gentleman. May i, 1890. 

5S:349 23 ) 
General notice of the insect in this country and abroad. 

Voracity of the silk worm. (Albany times. May 8, 1 890. p. 2) 

Corrects gross errors about tbe weight of a recently hatched silk worm and 
the amount it consumes. 

Spraying for fruit tree insects. (Country gentleman. May 22, 1890. 

55 ' 47 41 ) 

Arsenites are recommended for use in gardens provided they are not applied 
too strong. . 



LINTNER: ENTOMOLOGIC PUBLICATIONS 365 

Eggs in plum twig. (Country gentleman. May 22, 1890. 55 : 407 47 ) 
Deposit of pg8 in a plum twig are doubtless those of some 'tree hopper' 
allied to Ceresa bubalus. 

Australian lady bug. (New York times. May 23, 1890) 

Notices Vedalia [Novius] cardinalii and its extermination of the leery a scale. 

[Eye spotted budmoth] (Albany evening journal. May 28, 1890. 
p. 6) 

Describes the ravages and gives the remedy for this insect. 

Insect strawberry pests. (New England farmer. June 4, 1890. p. i) 
Notices Paria aterrima [Typophorus canellus~] and Otiorhynchus ovatus. 

Wire worms on cabbage. (Country gentleman. June 5, 1890. 55 : 

45o 45 ) 

Mentions several species of wire worms attacking cabbage. 

Grain aphis. (Country gentleman. June 12, 1890. 55 : 4yo 35 ) 

. No method known of arresting a serious attack on rye by Siphonophora 
avenae [Nectar op hor a granaria]. 

Coleophora sp. A new pear insect. (Popular gardening. June 1890. 
5 : 198, col. 1-2) 

Records an attack by a case bearer on pears. 

Pear blight beetle. (Popular gardening. June 1890. 5 : 198, col. 2) 
Notices an attack by Xyleborus pyri [dispar] in a pear orchard at Lockport, 

N. Y. 

Quince blossom beetle. (Popular gardening. June 1890. 5 198, 
col. 2) 

Records injury by a snapping beetle [Limonius confusus] to quince blossoms. 

Peach bark borer. (Popular gardening. June 1890. 5 : 198, col. 2) 

No preventive of the attack of this Scolytid borer, [Phloeotribus liminaris], 
is known. Infested trees should be taken up and burned. 

Grape vine flea beetle. (Popular gardening. June 1890. 5 : 198, col. 2) 
Remedies for this insect [Haltica chalybea] are given. 

New enemy of the currant worm. (Popular gardening. June 1890. 
5: 198, col. 2) 

One of the large plant bugs, Podisus cynicus, preys upon it. 

17 year locusts make their appearance. (Albany morning express. 
June 13, 1890. p. 2) 

Capture of examples of Cicada septendecim reported at Tivoli, N. Y. 

Grain weevil distributed. (Country gentleman. June 19, 1890. 

55 : 48 9 n ) 

Records the distribution of seed corn, badly infested with Calandra oryza 
Linn. 



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Sheep scab. (Country gentleman. June 19, 1890. 55:493 23 ) 
Brief notice of the scab mite, Psoroptes equi [communis]. 

[Grain aphis] (New England homestead. June 21, 1890. 24:216, 
col. 6) 

Grain aphis is quite prevalent in rye fields in New York and New Jersey. 

[Insects killed by electric lights] (Albany evening journal. June 26, 
1890, p. 5) 

100,000, the estimated number of insects killed by one arc light in a single 
night. 

Rose leaf hopper and rose slug. (Country gentleman. July 3, 1890. 

55=538") 

Notices the injuries to roses by Tettigonia [Typhlocyba] rosae Harr. and the 
rose slug, Selandria [Monostegia] rosae Harr. 

Sweet potato beetles. (Country gentleman. July 3, 1890. 55 : 538 19 ) 
Notices briefly Cassida nigripes and Coptocycla aurichalcea [bicolor']. 

New bug. [Destructive apple tree insect] (New England homestead. 
July 5, 1890. 24: 232, col. 4) 

Caterpillar boring into the pith of the new wood of apple trees is identified 
as the eye-spotted bud moth, Tmetocera ocellana. 

[Corn] cutworm. (Country gentleman. July 24, 1890. 55 : 590 18 ) 

Identifies the boll worm or corn worm of the southern states, Heliothis arm- 
iger, and gives a remedy. 

Locust tree borer. (Country gentleman. Aug. 14, 1890. 55 : 644) 
Gives several preventives of attack by Cyllene robiniae. 

Syrphus fly. (Country gentleman. Aug. 14, 1890. 55 : 644 33 ) 

Rat tailed larva found in a cow stable may be a species of Eristalis (it 
proved to be E. tenax Linn.). 

Elm tree beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 14, 1890. 55 : 644 38 ) 
Recommends spraying with paris green and killing larvae on the trunks. 

[Collections in Keene Valley, N. Y] (Albany evening journal. Aug. 
1 6, 1890. p. 6) 

Brief notice of collections made in the Adiroudacks by the state entomolo- 
gist, and of a reported disease of pine trees near Keene Valley. 

Insect parasites. (Country gentleman. Aug. 21, 1890. 55 : 662 14 ) 

Identifies Apanteles congregatus Say as a parasite of the green grape vine 
Sphinx. 
Carpet beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 21, 1890. 55 : 662 33 ) 

Gives remedies for Anthrenus scrophulariae. 

[Severe bite of a horse fly] (Albany evening journal. Aug. 28, 1890. 
p. 8) 
Describes the effect of the painful bite of a horsefly, Tabanus atratus. 



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Curious jumping gall. (Popular science news. Aug. 1890. 24:119. 
col. 1-3) 

Curious insect from England is identified as probably the bedeguar of the 
hawthorn, Gecidomyia crataegi Winnertz. 

Midge or punky of the Adirondacks. (Albany evening journal. Sep. 5, 
1890. p. 5, col. 2) 

Punky or 'the little gray gnat' is the name preferred for this insect. 
[Mites infesting a water trough] (Albany evening journal. Sep. 5, 
1890. p. 5, col. 2) 
Mites occurring at Schodack Center, N. Y., are probably Bryobia pratensis. 

Spittle insects. (Country gentleman. Sep. 25, 1890. 55 : 759**) 
Gives characters and habits of spittle insects. 

Mite parasitic on the house fly. (Albany evening journal. Oct. i, 
1890. p. 6. col. 2) 

Some flies were infested with a red inite which is identified as Trombidium 
muscarum Riley. 

Pear leaf blister. (Country gentleman. Oct. 2, 1890. 55 : ySi 85 ) 
Identifies the work of Phytoptus pyri and gives remedies. 

Weevils in rye. (Country gentleman. Oct. 2, 1890. 55 : y82 23 ) 

Weevil is probably Calandra granaria. Carbon bisulfid is recommended. 

6th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York. 
Albany, James B. Lyon, state printer, 1890. [Issued Oct. 2, 1890] 
no p., 25 fig. Also as report of the state entomologist to the regents 
of the University of the State of New York, for the year 1889. (New 
York state museum of natural history. 43d report, for the year 1889, 
p. 99-206, fig. 1-25) 

Contents PAGE 

Introductory 103 

Notices of various insects: 

Eumenas fraternns Say, fraternal potter wasp 109 

Hypoderma bovis De Geer [also H. lineata], ox warble fly - Ill 

Drosophila sp., flour paste fly 116 

Adalla bipunctata Linn., two spotted lady bird 117 

Dermestes lardarius Linn., bacon beetle 119 

Agrilus rujicollis Fabr., raspberry gouty gall beetle 123 

Coptocycla aurichalcea Fabr. [bicolor Fabr.] golden tortoise beetle 125 

Coptocycla clavata Fabr., clubbed tortoise beetle . 126 

Bruchus scutellaris Fabr. [chinensis Linn.], pea weevil 127 

Hymenorus obscurus Say, a bark beetle 129 

Meloe angusticollis Say, oil beetle 130 

Epicauta vitatta Fabr., striped blister beetle 132 

Epicauta ciwemi'Forst., margined blister beetle 134 



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Contents concluded 

Notices of various insects continued: PAGE 

Epicauta pennsylvanica DeGeer, black blister beetle ____ . ................. 135 

PompJiopoea sayi Le Conte, Say's blister beetle ........................... 136 

Podisus spinosus Dallas, spined soldier beetle ...................... . ...... 137 

Prionidus cristatus Linn., nine pronged wheel bug ........................ 138 

Pulvinaria innumerabilis Rath., maple tree scale insect .................... 141 

Aphis brassicae Linn., cabbage apbis .................................... 147 

Gryllotalpa borealis Burm., mole cricket ................................. 149 

Melanoplus femur-rubrum DeGeer, red legged grasshopper ................ 151 

Some apple tree insects ................................................. 153 

Notices of Arachnida : 
Ixodes \_BoopMlm~] bovis Riley, cattle tick ................................ 156 

. Bryobia pratensis Garman, infesting a dwelling house .................... 158 

Appendix : 

(A) List of publications of the entomologist ............................... 165 

(B) Contributions to the department ...................................... 186 

Index ..... . .............................................. . ............... 191 



Snails slugs. (Country gentleman. 001.16,1890. 5 
Gives remedies for snails in mushroom beds. 

Diseased Austrian pines. (Country gentleman. Oct. 16, 1890. 55 : 

820 24 ) 

Cause of unhealthy condition not known. CMonaspis pinifoliae Fitch, a few 
black thrips and some mites are present, but could not have caused the injury. 

Manual of injurious insects. (Country gentleman. Oct. 16, 1890. 



55 : 
Notice of a new edition of Miss E. A. Ormerod's manual. 

A guest to be welcomed in our homes. (Amsterdam [N. Y.] daily 
democrat. Nov. i, 1890. p. 2, col. 5) 

Larva of Scenopinus fenestralis Linn, does not injure woolens or other 
fabrics, but feeds only, so far as known, on the larvae and pupae of the 
clothes moth. 

Bean weevil. (Country gentleman. Nov. 13, 1890. 55 : 898 37 ) 
Gives life history of Bruclius obsoletus [obtectus] and remedies. 

Larch saw fly. (Country gentleman. Nov. 13, 1890. 55 : 905^) 

Ravages of Nematus [Lygaeonematus] erichsonii Hartig are described and 
the remedy given. 

Bot fly of the hare. (Country gentleman. Nov. 13, 1890. 55 : 905 46 -6 12 ) 
Notices Cuterebra cuniculi Fabr. and Cuterebra emasculator Fitch. 

Insects infesting maple trees. (New England homestead. Nov. 15, 
1890. 24: col. 4) 
Imperfect description does not admit of identification. 



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Striped cucumber beetle. (Country gentleman. Nov. 20, 1890. 
55:925 44 -26 12 ) 
Gives remedies for Diabrotica vittata Fabr. 

Woolly bear caterpillar Pyrrharctia Isabella. (Country gentleman. Nov. 

2 7> 1890. 55 : 94i 26 ) 
A general account of its habits and life history. 

Apple leaf bucculatrix. (Country gentleman. Dec. 4, 1890. 55 : 962 33 ) 
Small white cocoons on apple twigs are identified as those of Bucculatrix 
pomifoliella. 

Squash bug. (Country gentleman. Jan. 8, 1891. 56 : 33 15 ) 
Gives the best remedies for this pest. 

Grain weevil infesting mills. (Country gentleman. Jan. 15, 1891. 

56:47") 

Recommends bisulfid of carbon for Calandra granaria. 

Protection from insect injuries. (Albany morning express. Jan. 23, 
1891. p. 2, col. 5) [Abstract of an address before the farmers' in- 
stitute at Albany, Jan. 22, 1891] 

General address on the losses caused by insects and means to be used against 
them. 

Bacon beetle. (Country gentleman. Feb. 12, 1891. 56: i3o 35 ) 
Records Dermestes lardariua in soiled clothing. 

Insectivorous birds. (Albany evening journal. Feb. 14, 1891. p. 6, 
col. 3) 

Protecting the birds. (New York times. Feb. 15, 1891) 

Remarks before the assembly committee on game laws, asking for such 
amendments and additions to the revised game law as shall protect birds 
beneficial to the agriculturist in the destruction of insect pests, and with- 
holding protection from those which are detrimental ; prominent among these 
last is the English sparrow. 

Scale insects. (Country gentleman. March 26,1891. 56: 257 28 ) 

Leaves of oleander and camellia show attacks of scale insects the former 
of Aspidiotus nerii Bouche" and the latter of a species of ? Parlatoria. 

Bark lice. (Country gentleman. Mar. 26. 1891. 56:257 83 ) 
Gives remedies for scale insects. 

Blind crustacean from a well. (Albany evening journal. Mar. 27, 1891. 
p. 6, col. 2; New York times. Mar. 28, 1891. p. 2, col. 5) 

Small crustacean infesting a driven well of moderate depth, is identified as 
Crangonyx mucronatus Forbes. 

Injurious insects. (Country gentleman. Ap. 2, 1891. 5 
Treats of a number of insect pests and insecticides. 



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Quince tree borer. (Country gentleman. Ap. 9, 1891. 56 : 294^) 
Recommends soft soap and carbolic acid wash. 

Honey dew on pear twigs. (Country gentleman. Ap. 16, 1891. 

56:3i7 n ) 

It has no counectiou with apple scab. Probably the trees had been 
attacked by Psylla pyri [pyricola]. 

Arsenic and honey experiments. [Is arsenical spraying harmful to 
honeybees?] (Country gentleman. Ap. 16, 1891. 56:3i7 15 ) 

The liability of bees to be poisoned from blossoms sprayed with arseuites 
should be determined by experiment. 

Entomology. (37th annual meeting of the western New York horticul- 
tural society. Proceedings. Jan. 28 and 29, 1891. April 1891. 
p. 10-17. Also, as separates, 8 p.) 

Eeport of the society's committee on entomology; upon 'Spraying with 
insecticides,' and Some garden and orchard insects.' Topics embraced are : 
Effect of london purple on the plum. London purple on the peach. Solubility 
of london purple. An efficient nozzle for low spraying. Addition of lime to 
the arsenites. Fungicides combined with the arsenites. Spraying for the 
plum curculio. Spraying for the codling moth, New insecticidal machine. 
Insecticides lately recommended. Protection from the striped cucumber 
beetle. Apple curculio. Pear blight beetle. Rose bug. Marguerite fly. 
Bean weevil. 

How to control the hop aphis. (New England homestead. May 2, 
1891. 25: 193, col. i) 
Gives remedies and manner of applying them. 

Apple tree insects of early spring. (Country gentleman. May 7, 1891. 

56:374 34 -75 n ) 

The following are noticed: apple aphis, Aphis mali Fabr. ; apple tree case 
bearer, Coleophora malivorella Riley; eye spotted bud moth. Tmetocera 
ocellana Schiff.; apple leaf Bucculatrix, B. pomifoliella Clem.; pear tree Psylla, 
Psylla pyri \jtyricola], and remedies given. 

Orange leaf trouble. (Country gentleman. May 7, 1891. 56:375 28 ) 

Not caused by Typhlodromus oleivorus, but may possibly be owing to an 
attack by a species of Lecanium or Ceroplastes. 

How to kill the rose bug, (New England homestead. May 9, 1891. 
25 : 205, col. i) 
Recommends hand picking or spraying with sludge oil soap solution. 

[Cermatia centipede.] (Albany morning express. May 19, 1891. p. 
55 8 > col. i) 
Pyrethrum recommended for the destruction of Cermatia [Scutigera~\ forceps. 

Wire worms in corn. (Country gentleman. May 28, 1891. 56: 43i 43 ) 
Gives several methods of protecting recently planted corn. 



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Apple worm. (Country gentleman. May 28, 1891. 56 : 438 27 ) 

Carpocapsa pomonella breeds in pears, plums, peaches and apricots, in addi- 
tion to the apple. 

Wheat insects. (Country gentleman. May 28, 1891. 56 : 438 33 ) 

Identifies an attack on wheat as probably that of Siphonophora avenae 
[Nectar oplior a granaria] . 

Destructive to pears A pest discovered in a Catskill orchard Diplosis 
pyrivora. (Albany evening journal. May 30, 1891. p. 8, col. i; 
Sun [N. Y.] June i, 1891. p. 3, col. 5) 

Records the occurrence of the pear rnidge in the Catskill orchards and 
points out its dangerous character. 

Insect pests. (Oswego daily times. June 2, 1891. 49: 4, col. 2) 

Notices a new case worm or Coleophora on apple, eye spotted bud worm, 
Tmetocera ocellana, apple leaf Bucculatrix, B. pomifoliella and Aspidisca 
splendoriferella. 

Another formidable insect pest. (Oswego daily times. June 3, 1891 

49 : 5> co1 - 2 -3) 

Pear midge, Diplosis pyrivora, discovered at Catskill, N. Y. Gives its 
injuries, life history and methods of controlling it. 

Melon and strawberry pests. (Country gentleman. June 4, 1891. 

56:457 17 ) 

Treats of Aphis cucumeris \_go8sypii] and the flea like negro bug, Corimelaena 
pulicaria Germ. 

Peach tree borer. (Country gentleman. June 4, 1891. 56:457 23 ) 

Gives a number of remedies for this insect. 

A serious danger New pest that threatens the pear crop. (New 
England homestead. June 13, 1891. 25 : 249, col. 4) 

Introduction of the pear midge, Diplosis pyrivora, injuries and remedies. 
Gartered plume moth. (Country gentleman. June 18, 1891. 56: 

497 31 ) 

Brief account of Oxyptilus periscelidactylus. 

[New onion pest] (Albany evening journal. June 19, 1891. p. 8, 

col. 5) 

Notices Agrotis ypsilon Rott,, or the black cut worm a common and wide- 
spread species not previously reported on onions. 
New strawberry pest. (Country gentleman. June 25, 1891. 56 : $i5 27 ) 

Records Serica tristis LeConte, as a strawberry pest. 
Lady bird and cherry aphis. (Country gentleman. July 2, 1891. 

56:537 17 ) 
Notices black cherry aphis Myzus cerasi, and 15 spotted lady bird, Anatis 

15-punctata [ocellatd]. 



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Beet insects. (Country gentleman. July 16, 1891. 56 : S77 42 ) 

The serious injury to beets is in part due probably to Lygus pratensis, species 
of flea beetles, and some leaf miner, probably a species of Anthomyia. 

Apple aphis. (Country gentleman. July 16, 1891. 56 : 578 19 ) 
Severe attack of Aphis mail Fabr, is recognized and remedies given, 

Pear tree psylla. (Country gentleman. Aug. 6, 1891. 56 : 637^) 

General notice, giving introduction, distribution and remedies for Psylla 
pyricola. 

Insects injuring red raspberries. (Rural New Yorker. Aug. 8, 1891. 
50:577, col. 3) 

Caterpillar found on red raspberry is identified as Synchlora rubivoraria 
[glaucaria] . 

Pine beetle injuring linen. (Country gentleman. Aug. 27, 1891. 56: 



Records injury to linen by a beetle, probably a Ptinid, which was boring 
in pine shelving. 

Foe of the Kilmarnock willow. (Orange county farmer. Sep. 3, 1891. 
10 : i, col. 2) 

Identifies the apple tree bark louse, Mytilaspis pomorum Douche", on Kilmar- 
nock willows and gives remedies. 

New dairy pest. (Osvvego semi-weekly times. Sep. 4, 1891. 2:1, 
col. i) 

General account of the cow horn fly [HaematoMa serrata] giving introduc- 
tion, injuries and remedies. 

Cow horn fly in New York. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10, 1891. 56: 

73S 22 ) 

Gives injuries, distribution and remedies for HaematoMa serrata. 

Leaf eating beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10, 1891. 56:735^) 
Beetle taken on a cherry tree is Euphoria fulgida Fabr. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10, 1891. 56:735 35 ) 

Larvae are probably those of Galeruca xanthomelaena [Galerucella luteola']. 

Grape curculio. (Country gentleman. Sep 10,1891. 56:735 37 ) 

Records injuries by the grape curculio, Craponius inaequalis Say, and gives a 
preventive. 

Measuring worm. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10, 1891. 56: 735 43 ) 

Caterpillar sent for name may be Eutrapela [Sabulodes] transversata Drury. 

Rat tail larva. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10, 1891. 56 : 73S 45 ) 
Rat tail larva is one of the Syrphidae, resembles Helophilus latifrons. 

Locust mite. (Country gentleman. Sep. 24, 1891. 56:775 15 ) 

Locust mite, Trombidium locmtarum Riley, is named, and its life history 
briefly given. 



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Cecropia caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. 24, 1891. 56:777 27 ) 
Describes the markings and beauty of the Cecropia caterpillar. 

An interesting caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Oct. i, 1891. 

56:797 38 ) 

Describes the cocoon of Artace punclistriga and gives briefly the features 
of Cerura caterpillars. 

Grape vine leaf hopper. (Country gentleman. Oct. 8, 1891. 56:8i5 27 ) 
Mentions the leaf hoppers, Erythoncura vitifex Fitch [Typhlocyla comes Say] 
and E. vitis [Typhlocyba comes var.] with remedies. 

[Extraordinary flight of moths] (Albany evening journal. Oct. 20, 1891. 
col. 5) 

Records a flight continuing for two nights and a day of Zerene [Cingilia] 
ca'enaria Drury. 

Squash bug. (Country gentleman. Oct 22, 1891. 56 : 854 43 ) 

Anasa tristis DeGeer is identified and a brief sketch of its habits and trans- 
formations given. 

A destructive potato aphis. (Country gentleman. Oct. 22, 1891. 

56:857") 
Records serious injuries to potatoes by a plant louse. 

White grubs. (Country gentleman. Oct. 29,1891. 56 : 875 46 ) 
White grubs sent for name may be those of LacJinosterna fusca Frohl. 

Sprayed grapes are harmless. (Entomological news. Nov. 1891. 
2: 181) 

There is not a poisonous amount of copper on the grapes and their destruc- 
tion was unwarranted. 

Pear midge, Diplosis pyrivora, in New York. (Canadian entomologist. 
Nov. 1891. 23 : 224) 
Noticed fur the first time in New York the present year at Catskill, N. T. 

On the eye spotted bud moth in western New York. (Canadian 
entomologist. Nov. 1891. 23:231) 

Abundance of Tmetocera ocellana, habits of the caterpillar, remedies. 

On some of our Orgyias. (Canadian entomologist. November 1891. 
23:232) 

Does Orgyia [NotolopTius] definita occur at Albany? Is 0. nova [Notolophus 
antiqua] identical with 0. [Notoloplius] antiqua of Europe ? 

Killing the pea weevil. (Rural New Yorker. Ap. 2, 1892. 51:227, 
col. 2-3) 

Bruchus pisi [pisorum] may be killed by heat or the vapor of bisulfid of 
carbon. 

Early ' grasshoppers.' (Country gentleman. Ap. 14, 1892. 57 : 286 43 -87 n ) 
Notices a very early appearance of the young of the green striped locust, 
Chimarocephala [Chortophaga] mrldifasciata De Geer. 



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7th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York. 
Albany, James B. Lyon, state printer, 1891 [Issued May 8, 1892] 
2 10 p., 40 fig. Also as report of the state entomologist for the year 
1890. (New York state museum. 44th annual report, for the year 
1890. p. 197-405, fig. 1-40) 

Contents 



PAGE 

Introductory 215 

Injurious insects 223 

Aulacomerus lutescens [ Trichio- 

campus mminalls], poplar saw 

fly 223 

Pyrrharctia Isabella, black and 

red woolly bear 225 

Helophilus lalifrons one of -the 

Syrphus flies. 228 

Chloropisca prolifica [variceps 

Loew] , prolific Chlorops 234 

Phytomyzachrysanthemi, chrysan- 
themum fly . - - 242 

Dynastes tityus, rhinocerus beetle 246 
Bruchus obsoletus [pbtectus'], bean 

weevil . 255 

Bruchus rufimanus, European 

bean weevil... 279 

Bruchus lentis, lentil weevil 285 

Conotrachelus nenuphar, plum 

curculio 288 

Cicada septendecim, periodical 

Cicada 296 

Brief notes on various insects 302 

Ocneria [Porthetrin J dispar, gypsy 

motb 302 

Spilosoma virginica, yellow woolly 

bear. 304 

Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis, 

bag worm 306 



PAGK 

Erebus odora 306 

Tmetocera ocellana, eye spotted 

bud raotb 306 

Cecidomyia balsamicola, balsam 

Cecidomyia 307 

Cecidomyia sp ? within a jumping 

gall 308 

Epilachna borealis, northern lady 

bird 310 

Sitodrepa panicea, as a leather 

beetle 310 

Aphodius fimetarius, a dung 

beetle 312 

Saperda Candida, round headed 

apple tree borer 313 

Diabrotica 12-punctata, 12 spotted 

Diabrotica 315 

Phytonomus punctatus, fungus 

infesting it 315 

Monarfhrum mali, apple tree 

bark beetle 316 

Aphis brassicae, cabbage aphis, 317 
f Myrmeleon immaculatus, a 

strange habitat for the larva.. 318 
Dendroleon obsoletum, a climbing 

ant lion 319 

Injurious arthropods 321 

Bryobia pratensis, clover mite... 321 
Cermatia [Scutigera~\ forceps a 

household centipede 324 



Appendix 

(A) Entomological contributions 331 

Insects of the past year and progress in insect studies 331 

Late experiences with insects injurious to the orchard and garden 342 

(B) List of publications of the entomologist 357 

(C) Contributions to the department , 381 

General index .. ,.385 



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Cluster flies Pollenia rudis. (Country gentleman. May 5, 1892. 57 : 
3S U ) x 

The fly identified, its habits, features, and remedies for it given. 

Slugs on pear trees. (Country gentleman. May 19, 1892. 57 : 387 26 ) 
An attack on pear trees is recognized as that of the pear tree slug, 
Eriocampa cerasi Peck [Eriocampoides limacina Retz.], and remedies given. 

Cherry tree aphis on the wild goose plum. (Country gentleman. May 
26, 1892. 57:4c>7 45 ) 

Identifies Myzm cerasi Fabr. on the wild goose plum, and states that the 
species on the burning bush was probably Aphis rumicis Linn. 

Scurfy bark louse. (Country gentleman. June 9, 1892. 57 : 458 11 ) 
Identifies Chionaspis furfurus Fitch and gives several remedies. 

Harlequin cabbage bug. (Country gentleman. June 9, 1892. 57 : 

458") 

General account of Murgantia histrionica Hahn with remedies. 

Pear tree Psylla. (Science. June 17, 1892. 19:343-44) 

Notices injuries to pear trees by Psylla pyri [pyricola] and Diplosis pyrivora. 

Apple tree tent caterpillar. (Country gentleman. June 23, 1892. 

57 : 49* 11 ) 

Gives remedies for Clisiocampa americana Fabr. 

Aster and lily pests. (Country gentleman. June 23, 1892. 57 : 492 15 ) 
Injuries attributed to Aphis middletonii and thousand legged worms. 

Cow horn fly. (Country gentleman. June 30, 1892. 57 : 5oi 23 ) 
The spread of Haematolia serrata is noticed and remedies given. 

Meal worm Tenebrio obscurus. (Country gentleman. June 30, 1892. 

57 : 5* 28 ) 

Notices the American meal worm, Tenebrio olscurus Fabr., and the European, 
T. molitor, with remedies. 

Pear leaf blister. (Country gentleman. June 30, 1892. 57 : S4 25 ) 

Identifies the pear leaf blister mite, Phytoptus pyri, and gives remedies. 
Injuries to a maple tree. (Country gentleman. -July 21, 1892. 

57:552 27 ) 

Identifies the maple tree borer, Glycolius [Plagionotus] speciosm and gives 
remedies. 
Cauliflower pest. (Country gentleman. Aug. n, 1892. 57 : 6oo 33 ) 

Pieris rapae is identified as injurious to the cauliflower and remedies given. 
Pear eating beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1892. 57 : 667 28 ) 

Brief notice of Euphoria inda Linn, injuring pears. 

Rose leaf caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1892. 57:667 35 ) 
Records Parasa chlorls H.-S. on rose leaves. 



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Strawberry root grub. (Country gentleman. Sep. 8, 1892. 57 : 66j 31 ) 
Gives remedies for the white grub infesting strawberry roots. 

Black blister beetle. (Country gentleman. Sep. 15, 1892. $j:68c) 3 *) 
Food plants and remedies given for Epicauta pennsylvanica De Geer. 

Hag moth caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Sep. 22, 1892. 57 : 709") 
Peculiar features of the larva of Phobetron pithecium are given. 

Remedy for the army worm. (Country gentleman. Oct. 6, 1892. 

57 : 7S0 83 ) 
Recommends ditching, barriers, poisoning strips, etc. 

Weevil in a granary. (Country gentleman. Oct. 6, 1892. 57 : 75o 35 ) 
Describes manner of using bisulfid of carbon. 

Spotted horn bug. (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 1892. 57 : 767 37 ) 
Records injuries by Dynastes tityus Linn, to ripe pears. 

Cabbage worms. (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 1892. 57 : 767**) 
Recommends sprinkling with corn meal. 

Tent caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 1892. 57 : 767^) 
Gives best remedies for this insect. Clisiocampa americana. 

Kerosene emulsion. (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 1892. 57 : 767^) 
Directions for preparing the emulsion are given. 

Will the cow horn fly remain with us? (Country gentleman. Oct. 13, 
1892. 57I769 42 ) 

Haematobia serrata is no more injurious in this state than Stomoxys calci- 
trans. 

Thrips attack on cabbage. (Country gentleman. Oct. 27, 1892. 57 : 

809^) 

Records an attack on cabbage by a species of Thrips [probably T. tdbaci]. 
Tischeria apple leaf miner. (Country gentleman. Oct. 27, 1892. 57 : 

8o 9 ^) 

General notice of Tischeria malifoliella Clem, with remedies. 
Distribution of the pear Psylla. (Country gentleman. Nov. 3, 1892. 

57:831") 

Introduction and known distribution of Psylla pyricola. 
Cow horn fly in New York. (Country gentleman. Nov. 10, 1892. 57 : 

847 12 ) 

Gives distribution in this state of Haematobia serrata. 

Apple tree Bucculatrix. (Country gentleman. Dec. 22, 1892. 57 : 

967^) 

Identifies Bucculatrix pomifoliella . 



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How to prevent the ravages of the cabbage maggot. (Gardening. Feb. 
i, 1893. 1:155, fig. 1-3) 
Names a number of remedies and preventives. 

A destructive elm tree bark borer. (Garden and forest. Feb. 15, 
1893. 6:76) 

A general notice of Saperda tridentata Oliv. in the white elm and giving 
remedies. 

Plant lice. (Country gentleman. Mar. 9, 1893. 58: i86 37 ) 
Methods of fighting root infesting aphids. 

Angoumois moth Sitotroga cerealella. (Country gentleman. Mar. 9, 
1893. 58: i88 44 -8 9 25 ) 
General account of its history, distribution* injuries and remedies. 

Report of the committee on entomology. (Western New York horticul- 
tural society. Proceedings, January 1893. p. 28-43. Also, separate 
with cover and title, Mar. 21, 1893. 16 p.) [Read before the society 
at its annual meeting, Jan. 26, 1893] 

Notices the following: Destructive shade tree pests, gypsy moth, Ocneria 
[Porihetria] dispar, Zeuzera pyrina, and elm borer, Saperda tridentata. 

Periodical cicada. (Country gentleman. Mar. 23, 1893. 58:226 35 ) 

Predicts the appearance of Cicada septendecim in 1894, and gives means of 
preventing serious injury. 

Mites attacking mushrooms. (Country gentleman. Mar. 23, 1893. 
58: 22 8 46 -2 9 14 ) 

Notices several species of mites, among them being Tyroglyphus rostroser- 
ratus and Bryobia pratensis. 

Flower crickets and apple twigs. (Country gentleman. Mar. 30, 1893. 
5 8:2 4 6 24 ) 
Comments on the oviposition of Oecanthus niveus and Oecanthus fasciatus. 

Onion fly Phorbia ceparum. (Country gentleman. Mar. 30, 1893. 
S 8: 24 6 28 ) 

Onion fly compared with the cabbage fly, Anthomyia [PhorUa'] Irassicae 
Bouche" and remedies given. 

Miss Ormerod's report. (Country gentleman. Ap. 13, 1893. 58 : 289^) 

Brief review of Miss Ormerod's 16th report. 
Myriapods and mites in scabby potatoes. (Country gentleman. Ap. 27, 

1893- 58-329 12 ) 

Records injuries to potatoes by a 'thousand legged worm,' Julw caeruleo- 
oinctus Wood, and Khizoglyphus phylloxerae. The scab is caused by a fungus, 
Oospora scabies Thaxter. 



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Spraying for codling moth. (Country gentleman. Ap. 27, 1893. 58: 



Describes the method of spraying for this insect. 

[Insects on lettuce and cabbage] (Gardening, May i, 1893. i : 264, 
col. 2) 

Notices Plusia simplex on lettuce, Plusia brassicae and Aphis Irassicae on 
cabbage. 

Clover hay worm Pyralis costalisYabr. (Country gentleman. May 4, 

1893. 58:349 16 ) 
General account of the life history, ravages and remedies. 

When to spray. (Country gentleman. May n, 1893. 58:368 25 ) 

Gives directions for preparing and applying insecticides for a number of 
common insects. 

Clover leaf weevil. (Country gentleman. May 18, 1893. 58 : 386 43 -87 n ) 
General notice of Phytonomus punctatus, giving its introduction, distribution 
and remedies. 

Apple tree borer. (Country gentleman. May 18, 1893. 58 : 387^ 

Identifies Saperda Candida Fabr., refers to Chrysoboihris femorata Fabr., and 
gives remedies. 

Bud worm. (Country gentleman. May 1 8, 1893. 58:387 16 ) 
Recommends spraying with paris green for Tmetocera ocellana. 

Danger to apple buds. (New York homestead, May 25, 1893. 
27:236, col. 4) 

Tmetocera ocellana received from Lancaster, N. Y., remedies are given. 

Pear midge. (Albany evening journal. May 30, 1893. p. 6, col. 5) 

Records appearance of Diplosis pyrivora in Columbia and Greene counties in 
this state. 

Invasion of plant lice in New York. (American farmer. June i, 1893. 
74: i, col. 4) 

Unusual abundance of the apple tree aphis, Aphis mali, and remedies for it 
and the hop aphis. 

Apple tree aphis. (Country gentleman. June 8, 1893. 58:449") 
Brief notice of Aphis mali. 

Some potato pests. (Country gentleman. June 8, 1893. 58 : 449 27 ) 

Treats of injuries to potatoes by the cucumber flea beetle, Crepidodera 
[Epitrix] cucumeris and Julus caeruleodnctus. 

Greenhouse pest. (Gardening. June 15,1893. 1:313,001.1-3) 

General account of species of Sciara infesting greenhouses and mushroom 
beds [subsequently described as Sciara coprophila and S. caldaria]. 



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Apple tree aphis. (American farmer. June 15, 1893. 74:8, col. 6) 

Impossible to predict injury by aphids. Gives remedies for plant lice and 
for Tmetocera ocellana. 

Immense swarms of a butterfly. (New York homestead. June 22, 1893. 
27:273, col. 1-2) 

Describes the swarming habit of the milk weed butterfly, Danais archippus 
Fabr. [Anosia plexippus Linn.] 

New peach insect. (Country gentleman. June 29, 1893. 58:5o8 24 ) 
Records injuries to peaches by a plant bug, Pentatoma juniperina Linn. 

Caterpillar on rye. (Country gentleman. June 29, 1893. 58: 5o8 28 ) 

Identifies the larva of Leucania albilinea Hiibn. on rye and mentions the 
army worm, Leucania unipuncta. 

Hellgramite fly. (Country gentleman. June 29, 1893. 58 : 5o8 32 ) 

Describes the pupa of Corydalis cornuta Liim. and gives its habits and 
transformations briefly. 

Ants on fruit trees. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1893. 58: 523 12 ) 

Camponotus hercnlaneus Lino, and Cremastog aster cerasi Fitch are briefly 
noticed. 

New grape vine pests. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1893. 58: 523") 
Records severe ravages by Anomala marginata and gives remedies. 

Ants on peonies. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1893. 58: $24 18 ) 

Ants are probably merely drawn to the flowers for the purpose of feeding on 
the sweet secretion of the buds. 

Three lined leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1893. 58:524 25 ) 
Gives the destructive habits of Lema trilineata in gardens, specially to 
potatoes. 

Useful beetle. (Country gentleman. July 6, 1893. 58: 524^) 

Describes Calosoma sycophanta of Europe and compares it with our Calosoma 
scrutator, and gives their beneficial habits. 

[Angoumois moth] (Orange county farmer. July 6, 1893. 12:4, 
col. 5) 

Identifies Sitotroga cerealella Oliv. and gives remedies. 

[Wheat midge in central New York] (Albany evening journal. July 10, 
1893. p. 8, col. 9) 
Notices the presence of the insect [Diplosis tritici] and its earlier ravages. 

Wheat head army worm. (Country gentleman. July 13, 1893. 58 : 53924) 
Brief account of Leucania albilinea injuring timothy. 

Zebra caterpillar. (Country gentleman. July 13, 1893. 5 8 : 539 29 ) 
M amestra picta injuring the leaves and pods of peas, its feeding habits and 
remedies. 



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Wheat weevil. (Country gentleman. July 13, 1893. 58 : 54o 24 ) 
Gives remedy for weevils in wheafc. 

Ground beetle. (Country gentleman. July 13, 1893. 58 : 540 26 ) 

States that larvae of ground beetles are most probably not injurious to 
roots of watermelons. 

Maple tree borer. (Country gentleman. July 20, 1893. 58:557 18 ) 
GlyooUus [Plagionotus] speciosus is identified and remedies iudicated. 

Insect on wistaria. (Country gentleman. July 20, 1893. 58 : 557 23 ) 

Describes the two spotted tree hopper, EncJienopa binotata Say, and gives 
remedies. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. July 20, 1893. 58:558 16 ) 
Beetle is identified and a number of references given. 

Water beetle. (Country gentleman. July 20,1893. 58 : 558 25 ) 
Identifies Dytiscus harrisii Kirby and gi%'es habits. 

Silk worm moth. (Country gentleman. July 20, 1893. 58: 558 27 ) 
Brief poptilar notice of Telea polyphemus Cramer. 

Woolly plant louse. (Country gentleman. July 20, 1893. 58: 558 33 ) 
The rather rare Pemphigus acerifolii Riley, is identified on maple, and reme- 
dies given. 

Walnut span worm. (Gardening. Aug. 15, 1893. i : 377, col. 2) 

A ' brown worm ' injuring black walnut trees in Kansas City is probably 
Boarmia [Coniodes] plumigeraria Hulst. 

How to control the squash bug. (Gardening. Aug. 15, 1893. i : 
377-78, col. 3, i) 

Trapping the adults, Anasa tristis, destroying the young and eggs recom- 
mended. 

Humming bird moth. (Country gentleman. Aug. 17, 1893. 58: 634 18 ) 
Gives the characters of Sesia uniformis [Hemaris thysbe var. ruficaudus]. 

Bag worm. (Country gentleman. Aug. 17, 1893. 58 : 634 25 ) 

Bag worm or basket worm, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis, is identified. 

Grain weevil. (Country gentleman. Aug. 31, 1893. 58 : 674 33 ) 
Describes the method of treating infested wheat. 

Insects of the past year and progress in insect studies. [Read before 
the Albany institute Ap. 15, 1890] (Albany institute. Transactions. 
[August] 1893. 12:227-40) 

Treats of the grain aphis, Siphonophora avenae [Nectarophora granaria], hop 
aphis, Phorodon humuli, apple tree tent caterpillar, Clisiooampa americana, 
white marked tussock moth, Orgyia [Notoloplius] leucostigma, forest tent cater- 
pillar, Clisiocampa sylvatica [disstria], Otiorkynchus ovatus and Silvanu 
surinamensis. 



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Cabbage aphis. (Country gentleman. Sep. 14, 1893. 58: yiy 13 ) 
Aphis brassicae Linn, difficult to control, insecticides recommended. 

Beetle destroying strawberry plants. (Albany evening journal. Sep. 
27, 1893. p. i, col. 6) 

Records injuries to strawberry plants by Paria atcrrima [Typophorus 
canellus}. 

Plugging trees with sulfur. (Country gentleman. Sep. 28, 1893. 

58 : 7S3 34 ) 

Exposes the worthlessness of the 'sulfur cure' and cites experiment by Dr 
Fitch. 

Black blister beetle attack on asters. (Gardening. Oct. i, 1893. 
2 : 28, col. 3) 

Records injuries to asters by Epicauta pcnnsylvanica DeGeer, and gives 
remedies. 

Clover seed caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Oct. 5, 1893. 58 : 773) 
A general notice of Grapholitha interstinctana Clem., giving life history and 
remedies. 

Grasshopper plague in New York. (Country gentleman. Oct. 12, 

1893- 58:793 18 ) 

A general account of Melanoplus femur-rubrum and M. atlanis, with notice 
of their operations, associated species and remedies. 

Potato beetle killer. (Orange county farmer. Oct. 19, 1893. 13:1, 
col. 7) 

Beetle sent as * the new potato bug killer,' is identified as Lebia grandis. 

Insect pests. (Gardening. Nov. 15, 1893. 2:77) 

In too poor condition to identify, one referred with doubt to Sphinx dru- 
piferarum- 

On arsenical spraying of fruit trees while in blossom. (Insect life. 1893. 
6:181-85) 

Not proven [since demonstrated] that -death of bees may be due to spraying 
with arsenicals. Recommends caution. 

8th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York 
for the year 1891. Albany, University of the State of New York. 
1893. [Issued Feb. 7, 1894] 218 p., 53 fig. (New York state 
museum, 45th annual report for the year 1891. Albany, University 
of the State of New York. 1892. [Issued in Feb. 1894] p. 103- 
320, fig. 53) 



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Contents 



Introductory 121 

Injurious insects 129 

Synchlora glaucaria, raspberry 
geometer 129 

Bucculatrix canatfensisella, birch 

leaf Bucculatrix 133 

Diplosis pyrivora, pear midge... 140 
Clastoptera obtusa, obtuse Clas- 

toptera 152 

Clastoptera pini [obtnsa], pine 

Clastoptera , 153 

Chauliodes pectinicornis, comb 

horned fish fly 155 

Corydalis cornuta, horned Cory- 
dalis 159 

Notes on various insects 163 

Thalessa lunator, lunate long 

sting ...- 163 

Janus flaviventris [integer], cnr- 

r.ant stem girdler 166 

Nematm [Lygaeoncmatus~\ erich- 

sonil, lareh saw fly 168 

Feniseca tarquinius, little orange 

butterfly : 169 

Eudryas [EutMsanotia] grata, 

beautiful wood nymph 170 

Scoliopteryx libatrix. scallop 

wing 171 

Exechia species!, a fungus gnat. 172 
Telephorusf bilineatus, occurring 

on snow 172 

Lachnosterna fusca, white grubof 

the May beetle 174 

Cyllene pictus, hickory borer 175 

Tenebrio molitor, mealworm 176 



Pulvinaria innnmerabilis, maple' 

tree scale insect 177 

Gryllus hictnosus, common black 

cricket . . . " 179 

Trombidinm locustarum, locust 

mite 179 

Insect attacks their remedies and 

preventives - 181 

Remedies for the peach tree borer 181 
An ichueurnomzed caterpillar 

interesting case of parasitism. 186 
Agrotls ypsilon Rott., anew onion 

pest 188 

G-wtyna [Hydroecia] nitcla, stalk 

borer, as an external feeder.. 191 

Cow horn fly in New York 192 

Wire worms and remedies for 

them 197 

Rose bug and how to kill it 200 

Glycobius [Flag Ion otus] specio- 

8us Say, maple tree borer 202 

Anasa tristis Ue Geer, squash 

bug 205 

Hop vine aphis and remedies. .. 207 
Aphis cucumcris Forbes [gossy- 

pii], melon aphis 210 

Aphis cucumeris [gowypii] and 

Corhnclaenapiilicaria,as melon 

and strawberry pesfs 212 

Scale insects on camellia and 

oleander 214 

Grape vine scale insect, Leca- 

nium sp.? 215 

Apple tree insects of early 

spring." 216 

Some injurious insects of 1890 .. 221 



Appendix 

(A) Entomological addresses 227 

Some injurious insects of Massachusetts 227 

Our insect enemies and how to meet them 258 

(B) Publications of the entomologist during 1891 278 

(C) Publications of the entomologist for 1875 and 1876 290 

(D) Contributions to the department., 296 

(E) Classified list of insects noticed in this report 302 

General index.. . 304 



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Grubs destroying Mermet roses. (Florist's exchange. Feb. 10, 1894. 
6 : 176, col. i) 

Grubs working at roots of roses are probably a species of Lachnosterna. 
Remedies are given. 

9th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York 
for the year 1892. Albany, University of the State of New 
York. 1893. [Issued Mar. 2, 1894] 211 p., 34 fig. (New York 
state museum, 46th report, for the year 1892. Albany, University 
of the State of New York. 1892. [Issued in March, 1894] p. 289-495, 
fig 34) 



Contents 



PAGE 
Transmittal 293 

General notes for the year 295 

Injurious insects : 
Anthrenus scroplmlarlae and At- 
tagcnus piceu8 > two carpet bee- 
tles 299 

Tcnebrio obxcurus Fabr., Ameri- 
can meal worm 307 

Pollcnia rudis Fubr., cluster 
fly 309 

Murgantia hiatrionica Habn, har- 
lequin cabbage bug 315 

Psylla pyricola Foerster, pear 
tree psylla 317 

Chorlophaga viridifasciata De 

Geer, green striped locust 330 

Notes on various insects, etc. 

Eriocampa ccrasi Peck, [Erio- 
campoides limacina Retz.], 
cherry tree or pear tree slug ... 335 

Papilio [Hcraclides] crcsphontes 
Cramer, yellow banded swal- 
low tail 336 

Podosesia syringac Harris, 
syringa borer 338 

Carpocapsa pomonella Linn., cod- 
ling moth 338 

Dynastcs tityus Linn., as a fruit 
eater 342 

Crioceris asparagi Linn., aspara- 
gus beetle 342 

Systena frontalis Fabr., injuring 
gooseberry foliage 343 

Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus, 
. Pennsylvania soldier beetle .. 344 



Notes on various insects, (contin'd) 
Pissodes *trobi Peck, white pine 

weevil 344 

Myzus ccrasi Fabr , cherry tree 

aphis 345 

Pemphigus tesscllata Fitch, alder 

blight aphis 346 

Phylloxera vitifoliae Fitch, grape 

vine Phylloxera. 347 

Crangonyx mucronatus Forbes, a 

blind shrimp in wells 347 

Insectivorous birds for protec- 
tion^.... 349 

Insect attacks: 

Resistance of fleas to insecticides 352 
White grubs injuring nursery 

stock 353 

White grub eaten by the robin.. 356 
Elaphidlon parallelum Newm. 

\villo8Um, Fabr.], maple free 

pruner 357 

Dialrrotica vittata Fabr., striped 

cucumber beetle 361 

Craponius inacqualis Say, grape 

curculio 364 

Phloeotribus liminaris Harris, 

peach bark scoly tus 365 

An unrecognized attack on peas 368 
Plum tree aphis, and brown rot 368 
Myzus ribis Linn., currant aphis 370 
Aphids and myriapods as aster 

and lily pests 371 

Some apple tree insects 372 

Beet insects 374 

Diseased Austrian pines 376 



384 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Appendix 

PAGE 

(A) Catalogue of the known Homoptera of the state of New York in 1851. .. 381 

(B) Entomological addresses 414 

(C) List of publications of the entomologist 439 

(D) Publications of the entomologist during the years 1870-1874 446 

(E) Contributions to the department 461 

(F) Classified list of insects noticed in the report 465 

General index 467 

Maple tree scale insect. (Gardening. Mar. 15, 1894. 2 : 206) 

In the absence of examples the scale is identified as probably Pulvinaria 
innumerabilis Rathv. and remedies given. 

Rose slug. (Gardening. Ap. i, 1894. 2:230) 

Gives remedies for common rose slug, Monostegia rosae, mentions bristly 
rose worm, Cladius pectinicornis.Four., and curled rose worm, Emphytus 
cinctus Linn. 

White worms at the roots of house plants. (Gardening. Ap. 15, 1894. 
2 : 257, col. 2) 
Recommends strong mustard water, tobacco or pyrethrum water. 

Apple maggot Trypeta pomonella. (Country gentleman. May 3, 

1894. 59:349 18 ) 
Identifies the insect and gives remedies. 

The foe of shade trees. (Albany evening journal. May 7, 1894) 
Notice of the elm borer, Saperda tridentata, giving remedies. 

Cotton wood beetle. (Syracuse union. May 9, 1894. p. 2, col. i) 
Identifies Lin a scripta Pabr., giving its earlier history and remedies. 

Insect that kills the pine tree borers. (Gardening. May 15, 1894. 
2 : 292, col. 2) 

Notices the introduction of Clems formicaries for the purpose of preying on 
Dendroctonus frontalis. 

Probably white grubs. (Country gentleman. May 17, 1894. 
59:386^) 
Recommends kerosene emulsion for white grubs in a lawn. 

Periodical cicada, or the 17 year locust. (Issued as a circular of four 
pages. Albany. June 19, 1894) 

Brief general account of Cicada sepiendecim and C. tredecim. 
Pear leaf blister mite. (Country gentleman. June 21, 1894. 59 : 468 41 ) 

Identifies an attack by Phytoptus pyri and gives remedies. 
Chestnut weevil. (Country gentleman. July 5, 1894. 59 : 5O4 16 ) 

The 'chestnut worm' is identified as probably Balaninus caryatrypes 
[proboscideus]. 



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Rose bugs. (Country gentleman. July 5, 1894. 59 : 504 17 ) 

Recommends collecting by mechanical devices as described by Dr Smith. 

Friendly insects. (Country gentleman. July 5, 1894. 59 : 504^) 

Identifies the twice stabbed lady bird, Chilocorus Uvulnerus Mills., and 
describes its beneficial Labits. 

Hellgramite fly. (Country gentleman. July 12, 1894. 59:52o 23 ) 

Corydalis cornuta identified. Its larva- is known to fishermen as 'the 
dobsou.' 

Plant lice at the roots of asters, etc. (Gardening. July 15, 1894. 
2:358, col. i) 

Root lice attacking asters, chrysanthemums and other plants are probably 
Aphis middletonii Thos., several remedies are given. 

Ants in strawberry beds. (Country gentleman. Aug. 2, 1894. 

59:568'') 

Recommends bisulfid of carbon for the destruction of their nests or hills. 

Grapevine caterpillar. (Country gentleman. Aug. 2, 1894. 59:568 16 ) 
Identifies Thyrcus abbotii and refers one 'looking like a snake with the 
head of a frog ' to the Geometridae. 

Enemies of the potato beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 2, 1894. 

59:568*) 

States that there are many enemies of the Colorado potato beetle. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 16, 1894. 59:6oo 25 ) 
Spraying the foliage with paris green or london purple is recommended. 

Above ground buildings of the 17 year cicada. (New York daily 
tribune. Aug. 21, 1894. p. 12, col. 2) 

Brief abstract of a paper read before the American association for the 
advancement of science. 

Worm destroying canna leaves. (Florist's exchange. Sep. 8, 1894. 
6:788) 

Insects are identified as Pamphila [Calpodes] ethlius and as probably the 
common Spilosoma [Pyrrharctia] Isabella. 

Sumac galls. (Country gentleman. Sep. 20, 1894. 59:686 U ) 

Brief notice of an aphis, Melaphis rhois Fitch, and its galls on Ehus gldbra 
and E. typhina. 

Box elder plant bug. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 1894. 59:699 26 ) 
Insect on the city sidewalks of Shenandoab, Iowa, is identified from the 
description as Leptocoris trimttatus Say. 

Beetle feeding on green corn. (Country gentleman. Sep. 27, 1894. 
59:701^) 

Beetle, Euphoria inda Linn., feeding on the tips of standing sweet corn, 
is noticed briefly. 



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Muskmelon borers at the south. (Country gentleman. Oct. 4, 1894. 
59: 72 1 2 ') 

General account of the two melon boring caterpillars in the southern states, 
Eudioptis [Margaronia] nitidaUs Cram, aud E. [Margaronia] hyalinata Linn. 

Pear rust. (Country gentleman. 0^.4,1894. 59:722") 

Pear shows a rust which may have been caused by a mite, possibly 
Phytoptus pyri. 

'Pear rust' cause unknown. (Country gentleman. Oct. 25, 1894. 

59:?73 31 ) 

The above is probably but an unusual development of its natural rust. 

Indian Cetonia. (Gardening. Nov. i, 1894. 3:55-56, col. 3, i) 

Gives the habits of Euryomia [Euphoria] in da and states that the reported 
injury to the bark of young pear trees is confirmatory of an earlier state- 
ment. 

Injurious beetles. (Gardening. Nov. i, 1894. 3:56, col. 1-2) 

Brief notice of Euryomia [Euphoria] inda, Cyllene robin iae Forster and 
Glycolius [Plagionotus] specionus Say. 

Maple tree borer. (Gardening. Nov. i, 1894. 3:56, col. 2) 

Identifies the pupal case of Aegeria [Sesia~\ acerni Clem and gives remedies. 

Squash bug. (Gardening. November i, 1894. 3:56, col. 2, 3) 
Gives several remedies for the squash bug, Anasa tristis De Geer. 

Report of the state entomologist to the regents of the University of 
the State of New York, for the year 1893. Albany. November 1894. 
26 p. 



Contents 



PAGE 
Transmittal 177 

Increasing interest in the work of 
the department 178 

Publications of the entomologist. 178 
Additions to the state collection.. 179 
Collections made in the Adiron- 
dack mountains 179 

Operations against the gypsy moth 
in Massachusetts... . 180 



PAGK 



The destructive wheat midge in 

western New York 183 

Remarkable abundance of aphids 

or plant lice 183 

Grasshopper plague in western 

New York 186 

Insect defoliators of shade and 

fruit trees.. . 188 



Appendix 
Index to report for 1886 193 

San Jose scale. (Albany evening journal. Nov. 7, 1894. p. 6, col. 5) 
Notes the finding of Aspidiotus perniciosus in a pear orchard at Kiuderhook 
N. Y., and gives its distribution. 



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' North Dakota's new bug.' (Country gentleman. Nov. 22, 1894. 59: 

8 4 i 26 ) 

Records Leptocorift trivittatus Say from Jamestown, N. D., with a brief notice 
of the insect. 

Experiment station work on Long Island. (American agriculturist. 
Dec. i, 1894. 54:404, col. i) 
Brief notice of the important work done on Long Island. 

Grubs in manure. (Country gentleman. Dec. 27, 1894. 59: 93i 42 ) 
White grubs in manure are identified as those of Ligyrus relictus. 

Ants in a lawn. (Country gentleman. Jan. 3, 1895. 60 : g 13 ) 
Gives several means of destroying ants in nests. 

Apple tree aphis. (Country gentleman. Jan. 10, 1895. 60: 27 11 ) 
Indicates proper remedies for Aphis mail and notices the pear Psylla. 

Apple tree bark louse. (Country gentleman. Jan. 10, 1895. 60: 27 23 ) 
Recommends kerosene emulsion for Mytilaspis pomorum and gives its many 
food plants. 

Colorado beetles. (Country gentleman. Jan. 10, 1895. 60 : 3o 23 ) 

Gives dates of appearance of Doryphora W-Uncata in several localities in 
this state. 

Attacking scale insects. (Country gentleman. Feb. 7, 1895. 60 : 
io8 23 ) 
Recommends winter treatment with a whalel)il soap solution. 

Garden slugs. (Country gentleman. Feb. 21, 1895. 60: i47 13 ) 

Best remedy is freshly slacked lime or lime water applied to them while 
feeding during morning or evening. 

Rhinoceros beetle. (Country gentleman. Mar. 21, 1895. 60:230") 
Identifies Dynastcs tityus and" gives its habits. 

Bounty on the English sparrow. (Albany evening journal. Mar. 21, 
1895. p. 8, col. 4, 23 cm; Scientific american. Ap. 27, 1895) 

An argument against a bounty on this bird, since it would tend to drive 
it into the country. 

Vermicides [insecticides for vermin] (Country gentleman. Ap. 4, 
1895. 60 : 266*2) 

Recommends Buchairs carbolic soap and Little's chemical fluid for killing 
vermin on cattle, sheep and lambs. 

English sparrow. (Country gentleman. Ap. n, 1895. 6o:285 28 ) 

Substantially the same as in the Albany evening journal, Mar. 21, 1895, of 
which an abstract is given above. 



388 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

Some destructive shade tree pests. (State of New York Department 
of public instruction, arbor day manual. May 3, 1895. Albany, 

Ap. 6, 1895. p. 13-17, fig. 6) 

Notices elm leaf beetle, Galerucella xanthomelaena \luteo1a\ t Orgvia tussock 
caterpillar, Orgyia [Notoloplms] leticostigma, leopard moth, Zeuzera pyrina, 
maple tree tcale, Pulvinaria innumeralilis. 

Bad scale on currant bushes. (Gardening. May 15, 1895. 3:263, 
col. 2) 
Identifies Aspidiotus ancylus Putnam on currant bushes and gives remedy. 

Currant aphis. (Gardening. May 15, 1895. 3:263,00!. 3) 
Gives remedies and preventives for Myzus ribis Linn. 

Bean weevil. (Country gentleman. May 1 6, 1895. 60 : 389^) 
Describes methods of destroying weevils in beans. 

Bean weevil. (Country gentleman. May 23, 1895. 60 : 4o8 32 ) 
Eggs deposited on pods and no preventive of this is known. 

Millepedes and wire worms. (Country gentleman. May 30, 1895. 

6o: 4 2 3 16 ) 

Indicates several preventives and remedies. 

Carpet eating insects. (Country gentleman. May 30, 1895. 60 : 423 82 ) 
Notices Tinea pellionella and Attagenus picem, the black carpet beetle, with 
remedies. 

Plum tree aphis. (Gardening. June i, 1895. 3 : 281, col. 3) 

Identifies an attack as due probably to Aphis prunifoliae, and gives 
remedies. 

Cutworms, (Country gentleman. June 6, 1895. 60 : 440 32 ) 

As there are 50 or more species, no general remedy can be given for them, 
and reference is made to Museum bulletin 6, ' Cut worms.' 

Manual for the study of insects. (Nation. June 6, 1895. No. 1562, 
60:451, col. i, 2, 3.) 

Review of the above named volume by Prof. J. H. Comstock and "Anna 
Botsford Comstock, O. 701 p., 6 pi. and 797 fig. 

San Jose scale, Aspidiotus perniciosus, and some other destructive scale 
insects of the state of New York. (New York state museum. Bulletin 
vol. 3, no. 13, April 1895. Published June n, 1895, 44p., 7 pi.) 

As introductory, * What scale insects are, 7 is told. The destructive New 
York scale insects noticed are : apple tree bark louse ; scurfy barklouse ; pine 
leaf scale insect ; white scale ; maple tree scale insect; and plum tree scale 
insect. Of the San Jose' scale is given : Introduction and spread ; Occurrence 
in the eastern United States ; Investigations by the U. S. Department of 
agriculture; San Jose" scale in New York; San Jose" scale on Long Island ; 
San Jose" scale in New Jersey ; The two infested New Jersey nurseries ; San 



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Jose" scale iii Ohio; Description of tbe scale; Description of the insect; Its 
life history; its food plants; Spread of the insect; Protection from infested 
stock; Proposed legislation,- Remedies; Bibliography ; Plates and their 
explanations. 

Asparagus beetle goes north. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1895. 

6o: 4 55 13 ) 

Remarks on ihe northern extension of Crioceris asparagi and its probable 
limitation by the upper austral life zone. 

Pear midge. (Country gentleman. June 13, 1895. 6o:456 26 ) 

Records presence of Diplosispyrivora^i Millbrook, N. Y., and gives remedies. 

Pear midge again. (Country gentleman. June 20, 1895. 6o:472 18 ) 
Diplosis pyrivora is received from Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

New maple tree insect. (Country gentleman. June 27, 1895. 



Larvae of a Tortricid moth, burrowing the stems of maple leaves are those 
of Steganoptycha claypoliana. 

Plum tree scale. (Country gentleman. June 27, 1895. 60 : 485^) 

Brief notice of Lecanium juglandifex Fitch [erroneous reference of 
L. prunastri Fonsc.]. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Albany evening journal. July 20, 1895. p. 3, 
col. i) 

Brief general notice of Galerucella luteola in Albany. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. i, 1895. 6o:568 14 ) 
Identifies Galerucella xanthomelaena [luteola} and gives remedies. 

Horn tail borer. (Country gentleman. Aug. i, 1895. 60: 568 17 ) 
Notices briefly Tremex columba, Thalessa atrata and T. tunator. 

Orchard insects. (Country gentleman. Aug. 1,1895. 60 : 568 26 ) 
No satisfactory reply can be given to such a general inquiry. 

Black peach aphis. (Country gentleman. Aug. 8, 1895. 60 : 583 21 ) 
Destructiveness of Aphis persicae-niger \j>runicola Kalt.] its life history 
and remedies. 
Sugar maple borer. (Country gentleman. Aug. 8, 1895. 60: 5S3 26 ) 

Identifies GlycoMus [Plagionotus~\ speciosus and gives remedies and preven- 
tives. 
New scale insect. (Country gentleman. Aug. 8, 1895. 60 : 585 23 ) 

Scale from Loudouville, N. Y., on the Camperdown elm, is Gossyparia ulmi. 

Harlequin cabbage bug. (Country gentleman. Aug. 15, 1895. Go'-SVS 25 ) 
Injuries by Murgantia histrionica, its spread and remedies. 

Carpet beetle. Country gentleman. Aug. 15, 1895. 60 : 599 31 ) 

Brief notice of Anthrenus swophulariae, giving its habits, life history and 
remedies. 



390 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 

A pugnacious caterpillar. (Gardening. Aug. 15, 1895. 3 1364, col. 3) 
Describes tbe larva of Hiyreus abbotii, and gives its habits. 

Insect attack on maples (Gardening. Aug. 15, 1895. 3:364,001.3) 
Attack on center sboots of cut leaf maples cau not be identified without 
examples, 

Tnsect gall. (Gardening. Aug. 15, 1895. 3:366,001.1) 

A ' tiny green burr 'taken from a sweet briar in Georgetown, Ky., is a gall 
made by one of the gall flies of the genus Rhodites. 

Another note of warning [against the elm leaf beetle]. (Albany evening 
journal. Aug. 20, 1895. p. 8, col. 5) 
Records a second brood of Galerucella luteola in Albany and gives remedies. 

Caterpillars and borers. (Country gentleman. Aug. 29. 1895. 6o:632 23 ) 
Gives remedies for apple tree tent caterpillars and borers. 

Black blister beetle. (Country gentleman. Aug. 29, 1895. 60 : 632^) 
Insect on china asters is the black blister beetle, Epicauta pennsyh-anica 
DeGeer. Remedies are indicated. 

Scale insect on osage orange hedge. (Gardening. Sep. 15, 1895. 4:11 
col. 3) 
Identifies Pulvhiarla innumerab'dis and gives remedies. 

To kill red ants in the house. (Gardening. Sep. 15, 1895. 4: 12, 
col. i) 
Gives several remedies for Monomorium pliaraonls. 

A friend, not a foe. (Country gentleman. Sep. 19, 1895. 60 : 685 15 ) 

Describes the beneficial habits and value of the larva of a lady bug, Hip- 
podamia convergens. 

Humbug insect cure. (Country gentleman. Sep. 19, 1895. 60:687") 
Exposes the old remedy of plugging trees with sulfur. 

Squash bug. (Country gentleman. Sep. 19, 1895. 6 : 68; 16 ) 
Gives best remed\ T for Anasa tristis. 

Squash bugs squash vine borers. (Country gentleman. Oct. 3, 1895. 
60:719") 

Comparative injury to crops by the two insects. Desirability of preventing 
attack. 

Frail children of the air : Excursions into the world of butterflies : by 
S.H.Scudder. (Nation. 001.17,1895. No. 1581, p. 280-81,001.3, i) 
Brief notice of the mere interesting features of this delightful volume. 

Natural history of aquatic insects : by Prof. L. C. Mial, F. R. S. (Nation. 
Oct. 31, 1895. No. 1583, p. 317-18, col. 3, i) 

Review emphasizing the value of the original matter published in this work. 



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Box elder plant bug. (Country gentleman. Oct. 31, 1895. 60 : 786 18 ) 
Identifies Leptocoris trivittatus Say from McGregor, la. 

On the girdling of elm twigs by the larvde of Orgyia {No1olophus\ 
leucostigma and its results. (American naturalist. January 1896. 

3 o :74-75) 

Records the peculiar twig girdling habit of the larva. 

Wire worms in com. (Country gentleman. Feb. 20, 1896. 61 : i44 12 ) 

Gives several remedies. 

I 

Solution for killing worms. (Gardening. Mar. 15, 1896. 4: igg 24 ) 

Recommends several insecticides for millepedes. 
Apple maggot Trypeta pomonella. (Gardening. Ap. i, 1896. 4:2i8 24 ) 

Brief general account, giving life history and lemedies. 

Apple maggot. (Country gentleman. Ap. 2, 1896. 61 : 2yo 86 ) 
Identifies Trypeta pomonella and gives proper remedies. 

Cheese skipper. (Country gentleman. Ap. 9, 1896. 61 : 293^) 

Brief general account of the meat skipper, Piophila easel Linn., giving life 
history and r medies. 

Scale insects. (Gardening. Ap. 15, 1896. 4:234,001.1) 

Notices briefly Mytilaspis pomorum and Chionaspis furfurus and gives 
remedies. 

Southern corn root worm. (Country gentleman. Ap. 30, 1896. 

61 : 353") 

General account of the 12 spotted Diabrotica,' D. l2-punctataO\\v., and the 
northern corn root worm, Diabrotica longicornis Say, giving injuries and 
remedies. 

Thousand legged worms infesting greenhouses. (Gardening. May i, 
1896. 4: 251-52, col. 2-3, i) 

General account of a species of millepedes [subsequently referred to 
Leptodesmus'], and giving a number of remedies. 

Handbook of British lepidoptera. By Edward Meyrick. (Nation. 
May 14, 1896. 62:385, col. 2-3) 

General review of this work. 
Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. May 14, 1896. 61:386**) 

Galerucella xanthomclaena \luteola~] identified from Gaylordsville, Ct. 
Harlequin cabbage bug. (Gardening. May 15, 1896. 4:266,001.2-3, 

26 cm) 
Murgantla Mstrionica is identified and its spread over the country noticed. 

Plum mite. (Country gentleman. May 21, 1896. 6i:4o6 22 ) 

Galls on a Chickasaw plum are identified as possibly those of Phytophu 
pruni Amerl. 



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The 'Fire worm.' (Country gentleman. May 28, 1896. 61 : 43i 37 ) 
Records the resistance of the canker worm, Anisopteryx [Paleacrita] vernata 
Peck, to parts green . 

On the girdling of elm twigs by the larvae of Orgyia \Notolophus\ 
leucostigma and its results. (American association for the advancement 
of science. Proceedings 44th meeting, held at Springfield, Mass., 
August-September 1895, May 1896, p. 156, 5 cm) 

Brief abstract of the paper under the above title was published in the 
American naturalist, January 1896. 

Fruit tree aphids. (Country gentleman. June n, 1896. 61 : 466 37 ) 

Notices the cherry tree aphis, Myzus cerasi Fabr. and one on plum. Aphis 
prunifoliae Fitch, and gives remedies. 

[Kill the larvae of the elm leaf beetle.] (Albany evening journal. 
June 24, 1896, p. 4, col. 4) 

Kecommends killing the larvae and pupae of Galerucella luteola with hot 
water or kerosene. 

[Report on the work of the gypsy moth committee after an examination 
made in June 1893.] (Gypsy moth, Porthetria dispar Linn. Report of 
the work by E. H. Forbush & C. H. Fernald [June] 1896, appendix 

>> P- 32-35-) 

Report commending the work of the committee and recommending more 
liberal appropriations and the importation of parasites. 

Elm tree beetle in Albany. (Albany express. July i, 1896) 

Gives the progress of the insect up the valley of the Hudson river. 

Rose bugs. (Gardening. July i, 1896. 4:311,00!. 2) 

Recommends the destruction of this insect on its breeding grounds when 
they are known. 

loth report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York 
for the year 1894. Albany, University of the State of New York, 
1895. [Issued July 8, 1896.] 297 p., 4 pi., 24 fig. Also as report 
of the state entomologist for the year 1894. (New York state museum. 
48th report, for the year 1894. Albany, University of the State of New 
York, 1895, 297 p., 4 pl. ; 24 fig.) 

Contents 



PAGE 



Transmittal 355 

Injurious insects, etc 365 

Ants on f mi t trees 365 

Derostenus sp. ? 369 

Operations against the gypsy moth 



in Massachusetts 



PAGB 



Gortyna [Hydroecid] Immanis, hop 
vine grub 372 

Gortyna [Hydroecia] cataphracta, 
as a raspberry cane borer 373 

Collections in the Adirondack 
mountains in 1893 376 



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Sitotroga cerealella, grain moth 377 

Diplosis pyrivora, pear midge 386 

Notes on Sciara 387 

Sciara coprophila n. sp.. manure 

fly 391 

Sciara caldaria n. sp., greenhouse 

Sciara 397 

Phora agarici n. sp., mushroom 

Phora 399 

Agrilus ruficollis, gouty gall beetle 406 
Anomala lucicola, light loving 

grape vine beetle 408 

Anomala marginata, margined 

Anomala 410 

Diabrotica vittata, striped cucum- 
ber beetle 413 

Dibolia borealis, a plantain leaf 

miner 414 

Otiorhynchus ovatus, ovate snout 

beetle 416 

Conotrachelus crataegi, quince cur- 

culio .. T 419 

The 17 year locust in the state of 

New York in 1894 420 

Psylla pyricola, pear tree Psylla .. 425 
Remarkable abundance of apbids 

or plant lice in 1893 426 

Are aphids eaten by spiders ? 429 

Pentatoma juniperina, juniper plant 

bug 430 



Leptocoris trivittatus, box elder 
plant bug 432 

Grasshopper plague in western 
New York 439 

Julus caeruleocinctus, with associ- 
ated potato scab 444 

Mites attacking mushrooms 449 

Mites infesting potatoes 451 

Tyroglyphus lintneri, a mushroom 
infesting mite 452 

Phytoptus pyri, pear leaf blister 
mite 453 

Appendix 461 

(A) Scorpion flies 463 

Panorpa rufesccns 464 

Bittacus strigosus 473 

(B) List of dates of collections of 
Lepidoptera (Heterocera) 481 

(C) List of publications of the 
entomologist 484 

^D) Entomological publications of 
J. A. Lintuer, 1862-69 507 

(E) Contributions to the depart- 
ment in 1893 509 

(F) Contributions to the depart- 
mentiu 1894 515 

(G) Classified list of insects 
noticed in reports 1-10 521 

(H) Errata (additional) in pre- 
ceding reports 535 

Index to reports 1-10 541 



Army worm invasion. (Argus [Albany]. July 8, 1896. p. 8, col. 3; the 
same, in part New York recorder. July 15, 1896; Country gentleman. 
July 16, 1896. 6i:552 12 ; Rome sentinel. July 17, 1896; Circular 
of the department of agriculture of the state of New York) 
Records injury by Leucania unipuncta and indicates remedies. 

Wire worm. (Country gentleman. July 9, 1896. 61 : 54o 18 ) 
Gives several remedies for these insects. 

Army worm invasion. (New York daily tribune. July 18, 1896) 
Notice of Leucania unipuncta and remedies. 

Tent caterpillar. (Country gentleman. July 23, 1896. 6i:57i 46 ) 
Identifies the apple tree tent caterpillar, Clisiocampa americana. 



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Army worm. (Country gentleman. July 23, 1896. 61: 574 83 ) 
Ravages of Leucania unipuncta and remedies. 

Cut worms and borers. (Country gentleman. July 30, 1896. 61 : 59i 14 ) 

Gives several remedies for these pests. 

More about the army worm. (Country gentleman. Aug. 6, 1896. 
6 1 : 6o6 12 ) 

General notice of Leucania unipuncta and its parasites. 

Snapping bugs. (Country gentleman. Aug. 6, 1896. 61: 6io 14 ) 
Recommends several baits for attracting these beetles. 

Blister beetles. (Country gentleman. Aug. 13, 1896. 61 : 624 33 ) 

Notices the margined blister beetle, Epieauta cinerea Forst. and the striped 
blister beetle, Epicauta vittata Fabr. 

Willow butterfly. (Country gentleman. Aug. 27, 1896. 61 : 666 18 ) 
Records injury to trees at Whitehall, N. Y. by Vanessa [Euvanessa~] antiopa. 

Caterpillars and parasites. (Country gentleman. Aug. 27, 1896. 
6 1 : 67o 17 ) 

Brief notice of the larva of AmpelopJiaga myron Cram, and its common 
parasite, Apanteles congregatus. 

Oak pruner. (Country gentleman. Sep. 3, 1896. 61 : 682 45 ) 
Identifies an attack on maples by Elaphidion parallelum [vitlosum]. 

Beech tree blight. (Country gentleman. Sep. 10, 1896. 61 : 7O5 43 ) 

General notice of Schizoneura inibrlcator Fitch on beech leaves, describing 
the insect and indicating the remedies. 

Elm tree borer. (Country gentleman. Sep. 24, 1896. 61 : 746 16 ) 
Saperda tridcntata Oliv. is identified and several remedies given. 

Cecropia moth. (Country gentleman. Sep 24, 1896. 61 : 746 21 ) 
The cocoon of this moth, Attacus [/Samm] ceeropia, is described. 

Imported scale insects. (Country gentleman. Sep. 24, 1896. 61 : 746 33 ) 
Brief comment on the reported importation of Diaspis lanatus [amygdali] 
and the importance of quarantine regulations. 

Pea bugs. (Country gentleman. Oct. i, 1896. 61 : 763 87 ) 

Chloroform or bisulfid of carbon are recommended for Bruchus pisorum. 

Rose leaf hopper. (Country gentleman. Oct. i, 1896. 61 : 763") 
Gives several remedies for Typhlocyba rosac Harris. 

Wheat wire worm. (Country gentleman. 0^.22,1896. 6i:826 14 } 
Agriotes mancus Say is identified and remedies given. 

Apple tree borers. (Country gentleman. Dec. 10, 1896. 61 : 949 24 ) 

Brief general notice of Saperda Candida Fabr. and Chrysolotltris femorata 
Fabr. and remedies for them. 



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Notes on some of the insects of the year in the state of New York. 
(U. S. Dep't agriculture, Division entomology. Bulletin 6, new ser., 
1896, p. 54-61) 

Notes ou the following insects: Lcucania unipuncta, Leucania albilinca, 
Anisopteryx \_Palcacrlta\ vernata, Cacoccia romccana, Nolopliana [Balsa] ma- 
lana, Cecidomyiid larva on choke cherry, Euphoria in da, Elaphidlon villosum, 
Crioceris asparagi. Macrobasia unicolor, Chinch bug, Aspidiotus perniciosus, 
K&rmes galliformis and Gossyparia ulmi. 

Elm leaf beetle. (Country gentleman. Jan. 7, 1897. 62 : 7 43 ) 
Corrections of a very erroneous article on this insect. 

nth report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York 
for the year 1895. Albany, University of the State of New York, 
1896. [Issued Jan. 21, 1897] 246 p. (85-330), 16 pi, 25 fig. Also as 
report of the state entomologist for the year 1895. (New York state 
museum. 49th report for the year 1895. Albany, University of the 
State of New York, 1897. [Issued in October 1897], 245 p., 16 pi., 

25 fig-) 



Contents 



Introductory 101 

Injurious insects 109 

Monomorium pliaraonls, little red 
ant 109 

Ants in a lawn... 115 

On arsenical spraying of fruit 
trees while in blossom 117 

On the girdling of elm twigs by 
Orgyia [Notolophus] leuco- 
stigma 124 

Eudioptis [Margaronia~] nitidalis, 
pickle caterpillar 126 

Eudioptis [Hargaronia] hyalin- 
ata, melon caterpillar 134 

Pyraustafutilalis, a dogbane cat- 
erpillar 138 

Mecyna reversalis, genista cater- 
pillar *- 142 

Pyralis costalis, clover hay cater- 
pillar 145 

GrapJioUtha interstinctana, clo- 
ver seed caterpillar 152 

Antispila nyssaefoliella, sour gum 
tree case cutter 157 

Tischeria malifoliella, apple leaf 
miner 160 



Injurious insects (continued) 

Cecidomyia betulae, birch seed 
midge 162 

Diplosis cucumcrix, melon vine 
midge . 165 

Diplosi8setigcra,haiY$ melon vine 
midge 168 

Anthomyia sp., raspberry cane 
maggot 170 

Anthrcnus scroplmlariac, carpet 
beetle 172 

Pyropliorus noctilucus, cucuyo.. . 174 

Crioceris asparagi, asparagus 
beetle 177 

Lina scripta, cotton wood leaf bee- 
tle 181 

Galerucclla luteola, elm leaf bee- 
tle in Albany 189 

Galei'ucella cavicollis, a cherry 
leaf beetle 197 

Blisstis Ieucoptcru8,climc\) bug.. 198 

San Jose" scale, and other des- 
tructive scale insects of New 
York 200 

Myrmcleon sp. ?, a u t lion 234 

Thrips tabaci, onion Thrips 241 



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Injurious insects (concluded) 

Schoturus nivicola, snow flea 251 

Achorutes divei'siceps 253 

TyroglypJitts heteromorpkus, a car- 
nation mite 254 

Appendix - . 261 

(A) List of injurious apple tree in- 
sects. .. . 263 



PAGE 



(B) List of publications of the 
entomologist 273 

(C) Contributions to the depart- 
ment in 1895 284 

(D) Classified list of insects, etc., 
noticed in this report 289 

(E) Explanation of plates 291 

Index . . 295 



Two insects. (Country gentleman. Feb. n, 1897. 62: io6 42 ) 

Notices the warble flies, Hypoderma loms De Geer and H. Uneata Villers, 
and the buifalo fly, Haematobia serrata Rob.-Desv. 

Potato bugs. (Country gentleman. Feb. 18, 1897. 62:126) 
Gives remedies for Colorado potato beetle. 

Carbon bisulfid for pea weevil A serious danger. (Farmer's advocate. 
Mar. 15, 1897. 32 : 130, col. 3) 
Directions for using this insecticide are given. 

Probably the cheese mite. (Country gentleman. Mar. 18, 1897. 
6 2 :2i7 26 ) 

Hams infested with quantities of animated dust have probably been 
attacked by the cheese mite, Tyroglyphus siro Linn., several remedies are 
given. 

Canker worms. (Country gentleman. Ap. i, 1897. 62 : 248 18 ) 

Work of canker worms, Anisopteryx [Paleacrita~\ vernata or Anisopteryx 
[AlsopMla] pometaria is recognized and remedies indicated. 

Apple tree borers. (Country gentleman. Ap. 22, 1897. 62 : 307 33 ) 

Habits of Saperda Candida and Chysobothris femorata are given and several 
remedies advised. 

A grasshopper. (Country gentleman. Ap. 29, 1897. 62 : 326 s8 ) 

Eggs of the angular winged katydid, Microcentrum retinervis, are identified 
and several curious places for oviposition named. 

Cow horn fly. (Country gentleman. May 6, 1897. 62 : 35o 16 ) 
Several remedies are given for HaematoUa serrata. 

Elm and apple tree pests. (Country gentleman. May 20, 1897. 
62:390") 

Remedies for the elm leaf beetle and preventives of apple tree borers ar 
described. 

Tent caterpillar. (Country gentleman. May 20, 1897. 62 : 390 24 ) 
Clisiocampa americana is identified. 

May beetle. (Country gentleman. May 20, 1897. 62 : 390 27 ) 

Injuries to a lawn are probably caused by white grubs. Kerosene emulaion 
is recommended. 



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Strawberries and indian corn. (Country gentleman. May 20^1897. 
62 : 394 17 ) 

Cut worms are probably attacking the strawberries and the boll worm, 
Hvliotlils armigcr, is injuring the corn. Remedies are indicated. 

Elm tree beetle. (Country gentleman. May 27, 1897. 62 : 4o6 35 ) 
Method of spraying elrus is briefly described. 

Grasshoppers. (Country gentleman. June 10, 1897. 62 : 446 18 ) 

Allowing fowls to run in garden, or poisoned bran mash is recommended. 

Apple woolly louse. (Country gentleman. June 10,1897. 62 : 4S4 24 ) 
Schizoneura lanigera is identified and remedies indicated. 

Arsenic and animals. (Country gentleman. June 10, 1897. 62 : 454 33 ) 
Drippings from properly sprayed trees harmless to animals eating the grass 
or hay from beneath. 

Apple tree aphis. (Country gentleman. June 17: 1897. 62: 470") 
Attack by ApJiis mail briefly noticed. 

Carpet beetles. (Country gentleman. June 17, 1897. 62:47o 22 ) 
Antlirenus scrophulariac abundant on flowers at this time. 

Grain weevil. (Country gentleman. June 24, 1897. 62 : 486 25 ) 

No plant will protect grain from weevil, but a French agricultural paper 
states that aniseed will attract weevils from grain and kill them. 

Wire worms. (Country gentlefnan. June 24,1897. 62 : 486 27 ) 

Carbon bisulfid or kerosene emulsion is recommended for wire worms at 
roots of cabbages. 

The long sting. (Country gentleman. July i, 1897. 62: $06) 
Gives a brief popular account of Thalessa atrata. 

Army worm. (Country gentleman. July i, 1897. 62 : 5o6 42 ) 

Army worm eggs do not occur in grass seed. Repetition of last year's 
attack need not be feared. 

Honey dew. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1897. 62: $26 15 ) 
Nature of honey dew on maple leaves is briefly explained. 

Cherry tree Myzus. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1897. 62 : 526 26 ) 
Cherry trees show severe attack by Myzus cerasi. Remedies are indicated. 

Scurfy bark louse. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1897. 62 : 526 28 ) 
Chionaspis furfur us is identified and remedies given. 

Plant lice. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1897. 62 : 526 35 ) 

General directions are given for controlling aphids. 
San Jose scale. (Country gentleman. July 8, 1897. 62 : 533") 

General article giving in brief form what is known of Aspidiotus pcrniciosus. 



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Elm leaf beetle. (Argus [Albany]. July 10, 1897. p. 17) 

Galcrucella luteola is the chief depredator on eltns aud should be promptly 
suppressed. 

Not the gypsy moth. (Country gentleman. July 15, 1897. 62:558") 
Apple tree and forest tent caterpillars mistaken for the gypsy motb. 

Chinch bug. (Country gentleman. July 15, i8;7- 62 : 558") 

General directions are given for arresting an attack by Blissus leucoptcnis. 

Subterranean grubs. (Country gentleman. Aug. 26, 1897. 62 : 666 47 ) 
Kerosene emulsion is recommended for treating Lachnontcrna species or 
AUorhina nitida. 

San Jose scale. (Country gentleman. Aug. 26, 1897. 62 : 667 12 ) 
Refers to previous article for remedies. 

Tussock moth. (Country gentleman. Sep. 2, 1897. 62 : 686 22 ) 
Notes attack on plum by Hallsidota caryae. 

Insects and fruit. (Country gentleman. Sep. 2, 1897. 62 : 686 24 ) 
Gives suggestions for decreasing injury to fruits by wasps. 

Urocerus albicornis. (Country gentleman. Sep. 9, 1897. 62 : 707^) 
Brief popular account of this interesting horn tail. 

A plague of flies. (Country gentleman. Oct. 14, 1897. 62 : 8o6 46 ~7 12 ) 

May be the cluster fly, Pollenia rudis. Screens and pyrethrum are recom- 
mended. 

Pine borer. (Country gentleman. Nov. 4, 1897. 62 : 867 27 ) 
Work of the borer is described and commented upon. 

Pine borer. (Country gentleman. Nov. u, 1897. 62 : 887 16 ) 

From examples sent it is identified as Harmonia [Parharmonia] plhi Kellet. 

Fall canker worm and its eggs. (Country gentleman. Dec. 16, 1897. 
62 : 9 86 27 ) 

Life history and habits of the fall canker worm, Anisoptcryx [Alsopliila] 
pometaria are briefly given and remedies indicated. 

1 2th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York 
for the year 1896. Albany, University of the State of New York, 
1897. [Issued Ap. 22, 1898] 246 p. (159-404), 15 pi., 10 fig. 
Also as report of the state entomologist for the year 1896 ; New York 
state museum. 5oth annual report, for the year 1896. Albany, 
University of the State of New York. 1897. p. 159, 15 pi., 10 fig. 



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Contents 



PAGE 

Introductory 177 

Injurious insects 181 

Camponotus pennsylvanicus" [prob- 
ably Formica aubsericea Say] 
and 'Formica rufa? [probably 
Formica cxNCctoidcs ForelJ, car- 
penter ant and mound build- 
ing ant 181 

Ecpanlhcria tteribonia [ocularia 
Pabr.], groat white leopard 
moth 183 

Leucqnia unipuncta, army worm . . 190 

Steganoptyoha claypoliana, a new 
maple tree insect 214 

Oxyptilus perisceUdactylus, gar- 
tered plume moth 2l8 

Additional notes on Sciara, fun- 
gus gnats 223 

Piophila casei, cheese skipper: 
luirn skipper 229 

Lebia grandis 235 

Plagionotus speciosus, sugar 
maple borer 237 

Saperda tridentata, elm borer ... 243 

Crioceris 12-punctata, 12 spotted 
asparagus beetle 248 

Galerucella luteola, elm leaf 
beetle in Albany and Troy 253 

Odontota dorsalis 264 

Balaninus proboscideus : Balanl- 
nus rectus, chestnut weevils.. 267 

Cicada septendccim, periodical 
cicada. 272 

Pemphigmrhois, sumac gall aphis 290 

Gossyparia ulmi, elm tree bark 
louse . 292 



PAGE 



Injurious insects (continued) 

Neuronia pardalis .'. 298 

Leptodesmus species 300 

Appendix 305 

(A) Notes on some of the insects 
of the year in the state of New 
York 307 

Tenthredo rufopectus 308 

Datana integerrima 309 

Army worm 309 

Wheat head army worm 310 

Eufitchia f Diastictis'] ribeana . . . 310 

Canker worm.., 311 

Cacoecia rosaceana 312 

Cecidomyid in choke cherries.. . 313 

Euphoria inda 313 

Elaphidion oak pruner 314 

Asparagus beetle 314 

Ash grey blister beetle 315 

Chinch bug 315 

San Jos6 scale 316 

Oak Keruies 316 

Elm tree bark louse 317 

Phytopfus pruni 318 

(B) Entomologic addresses 319 

Mosquito 319 

Plea for entomologic study 336 

(C) List of publications of the en- 

tomologist 347 

(D) Contributions to the depart- 

ment in 1896 359 

(E) Classified list of insects, etc., 

noticed in this report 365 

(F) Explanation of plates 369 

General index 373 



i3th report on the injurious and other insects of the state of New York, 
for the year 1897. Albany, University of the State of New York, 
1898. [Issued Feb. 18, 1899], 64 p., 2 pi , 3 fig. Also as Report 
of the state entomologist for the year 1897. New York state museum, 
5ist annual report, for the year 1897. Albany, University of the 
State of New York. 1898, p. 151. 



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Contents 



Introductory 331 

Transmittal 331 

llth report 331 

Publications of the office...' 331 

State collection 331 

Correspondence 332 

General entoruologic features. .. 332 

Losses caused by insects 333 

Injurious insects.. ^ 335 

Tenthredo ritfopectus, red breast- 
ed saw fly 335 

Urocerus albicornis, white horned 

Urocerus 338 

Urocerus cressoni 340 

Eacles [Basilona] imperialis, im- 
perial moth 342 

Lygns pratensis, tarnished plant 

bug 351 

Notes on various insects 358 

PyraUs costalis, clover hay cater- 
pillar 358 

Cecidomyia leguminicola, clover 
seed midge . 359 



Notes on various insects (continued) 
Anthrenus scrophuJariae, carpet 

beetle 359 

Elaphidion villosum, oak pruner. 359 

CijUene pictus, hickory borer 360 

GaleruceUa InteoJa, elm leaf 

beetle 360 

Blissus leucopierus, chinch bug.. 361 

Plant lice or apbididae 361 

Pemphigus populi-transversus . . ;161 

Chaitophorus species 662 

Callipterus ulmlfolll 362 

Drepanosipkum accrifoUi.. 363 

Aphis mall 363 

Myzus cerasi 363 

Myzus ribis , 363 

JKhopalosiphum species 363 

Thrips tabaci 363 

Publications of the entomologist.. 364 

Contributions to tbo collection 371 

Explanation of plates 375 

Index . 377 



Index to entomologist's reports 1-13 and to sup- 
plement of 14 



This index is an extension, with modifications, of Dr Lintner's index to 
reports 1-10. References are given under preferred scientific names. The 
synonyms used in the text of preceding reports are placed in curves after the' 
name or where there is simply a change in genus or species, the old term alone 
is given, preceded in the case of specific names by the initial for the genus. 
The synonymy given applies only to the publications indexed. In the case 
of reports 13 and 14 the superior figures tell the exact place on the page in 
ninths; e. g. 13:342?, means 13th report, page 342 beginning in the seventh 
ninth of the page, i. e. a little over two thirds of the way down. 



Aaron, S. F. cited, 2:203. 
Abbot, John, and Smith, J. E., 
Natural history of the rarer lepidop- 
terous insects of Georgia cited, 2: 
68; 4:51; 5:174, 179, 183; 7:225; 
12:183; 13:342 7 . 
abbotii, Lophyrus, 1:42. 
Otiocerus, 9:386. 
Thyreus, 2:214; 5:175; 177, 306, 
324; 6:187; 7:381; 9:451, 461; 
10:502, 509; 11:280; 12:359; 
13:371 5 ; 14:312 3 , 355 3 , 385 4 , 
390 1 . 

abbreviata, Ceria, 7:229. 
abbreviatus, Cryptohypnus, 8:200. 

Gryllus, 8:179. 
abdominalis, Brachynemurus, 11: 

238. 
Melanolestes, 4:111; 5:316; 14: 

339 2 . 

Urocerus, 13:339 8 , 342 2 , 342 5 . 
Abert, W. S., insects from, 13:372 8 . 
Abhdl. Acad. Muench., cited, 2:116. 
Abia caprifolium, see Zaraea inflata. 
Abies alba, see Spruce, white, 
balsamea, see Balsam fir. 
canadeusis, see Hemlock, 
fraseri, s,e Balsam, southern, 
nigra, see Spruce, black, 
abieticolens, Adelges, see Chermes 

abk'lis. 

Chermes, see C. abietis. 
abietis, Adelges, see Chermes. 
Athysanus, see Bythoscopus 
' variabilis. 

Chermes (syn. Adelges, A. 
abieticolens, C. abieticolens), 
2:185. 



abietis, Lachnus, 9:407, 412. 

Lophyrus, 1:42. 

abietisella, Gelechia, 4:20, 22, 59, 60. 
Abraxas ribearia, see Diastictis. 
abrupta, Bombyliomyia (syn. Hy- 
stricia, H. vivida, Tachina 
vivida), 8:297; 9:462. 
Hystricia, see Bombyliomyia. 
Abutilon, Fuller's rose beetle on, 2: 

143. 
Acacia., insects injurious to; 

Aspicliotus nerii, 8:214; 11:204. 

perniciosus, 11:223. 
Icerya purchasi, 5:326. 
Lecanium species, 11:221. 
Academie des sciences, Paris, Mem- 

oires cited, 2:102. 

Academy of arts and science, Mem- 
oirs cited, 8:159. 
Academy of natural sciences 

(Davenport, la.), 14:305 8 . 
Academy of natural sciences of 
Philadelphia, Entomological sec- 
tion, Monthly proceedings cited, 
1:247; Journal cited, 1:211, 232; 
2:110, 125, 132, 139; 3:133; 4:93, 
128; 5:242; 8:152; 10:432; Pro- 
ceedings cited, 1:127, 151, 157, 253; 
2:102, 148, 168; 3:133; 4:101, 
155; 5:213, 215, 234; 7:225, 255; 
9:299, 300; 10:408, 414; 11:152, 
156, 157, 160, 197, 240; 12:183. 
Acanthia erosa, see Phymata wolffii. 
lectularia (syn. Cimex), 1:62; 2: 

17, 152; 9:458; 14:314 4 . 
Acaridae, 2:36, 241; 9:464; 10:451- 

53; 11:254-60. 

Acarina, 1:45; 3:129, 133; 5:287-95; 
7:323; 10:449-60; 14:363 5 . 



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Acarus domesticus, see Tyroglyphus 

siro. 

farinae, see Tyroglyphus siro. 
horridus, see Tyroglyphus 

longior. 

lactis, see Tyroglyphus siro. 
inuscarum (Hypopal form), 11 

257. 
Acer dasycarpum, see Maple, silver 

soft, white. 

platanoides, see Maple, Norway, 
rubrum, see Maple, red. 
saccharinum, see Maple, sugar, 
acerella, Lecanium, see Pulvinaria 

innumerabilis. 

acericola, Lecanium, see Pulvinaria. 
Pulvinaria (syn. Lecanium), 6: 

143, 147; 7:370; 11:205. 
acericorticis, Lecanium, see Pul- 
vinaria innumerabilis. 
acerifoliella, Incurvaria (syn. Or- 
nix), 1:308; 5:215-19; 9:458; 
14:314, 362 7 . 
Ornix, see Incurvaria. 
acerifolii, Drepanosiphum, 13:363'; 

14 :400*. 

Pemphigus, 10:494; 14:380. 
aceris, Aphis, see Chaitophorus. 
Chaitophorus (syn. Aphis), 9: 

406, 411, 412. 

Coccus, see Pulvinaria innumer- 
abilis. 

Lecanium, of Europe, 1:310. 
Pseudococcus, 11:287. 
Psocus, see P. venosus. 
acerni, Aegeria, see Sesia. 

Sesia (syn. Aegeria), 10:504; 14: 

386 5 . 

aceti, Drosophila, of Europe, 1:220. 

achatina, Clastoptera, see C. obtusa. 

Olene (syn. Parorgyia paral- 

lela), 1:328; 9:455; 11:264; 

14:313 3 . 

achemon, Philampelus, 5:175; 9- 

451; 10:481, 508; 14:309 8 , 312*. 
Achlyodes thraso, 1:336. 
Acholla multispinosa, 10:517. 
Achorutes boletivorus, see Scho- 

turus. 

diversiceps; description, 11: 
253, 254; immense numbers of 
11:254; observed at Karner,' 
N. Y., 11:253; reference, 12: 
357, (as Podura species), 8- 
266; 11:254; 14:308', 315 T ' 
320 T , 396'. 
humicola (syn. Podura), 2:205, 

244. 

marmoratus, see Schoturus. 
J'ivicola, see Schoturus. 
pratorum, see Schoturus. 
purpurescens, 2:207. 
texensis, see Schoturus. 



Achyranthes, Fuller's rose beetle 

on, 2:143. 

Acidalia enucleata, see Synelys. 
lacteola, see Eois. 
species, 1:72; 4:206. 
Acocephalus vitellinus, see Para- 

mesus. 

Aconite, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4-92 
Aconitnm, see Monkshood. 
Acordulecera dorsalis, 13:371 4 
Acorn cup gall insects, 4:42, 44. 
Acorns, Balaninus rectus in 12-271 
Acrididae, 2:187; 4:165; 6:151; 8:179! 

9:330, 332; 10:359, 439-45, 
Acridium femur-rubrum, see Mel- 

anoplus. 
hemipterum, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 
marginatum, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 
virginianum, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 
viridif asciatum, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 
Acronycta, abdominal scent organs, 

1:71. 
americana, erroneous reference 

of A. funeralis. 
brumosa, 11:265. 
clarescens, erroneous reference 

of A. pruni. 

dissecta, see A. retardata. 
funeralis (A. americana in 
error), 2:77; 9:455; 10:482- 
14.-313 4 , 313 6 . 
hamamelis, 10:482. 
luteicoma, 1:328; 11:265. 
morula, 1:328; 9:455; 10-481- 

11:265; 14:313 4 . 
oblinita, 9:456; 11:265. 
occidentals, 1:328; 11:265. 
pruni (A. clarescens in error) 1 

328; 11:265. 

radcliffei, 1:328; 11:265. 
retardata (syn. A. dissecta), 

species, 14:341'. 
spinigera, 11:265. 
Acta Societatis pro Fauna et Flora 

Fennica cited, 11:166. 
Actias luna, see Tropaea. 
aculiferus, Leptostylus, 1:304, 331: 

1 1 :268. 
acuminata, Mermis. 4:127; 7-374- 

8:290; 14:314 9 , 315 1 , 321 2 . 
Acutalis dorsalis (syn. Traeropa) 9 

392, 410. 
acutella, Botis, sec Phlyctaenia. 

Phlyctaenia (syn. Botis), 10:4*3. 
acutus, Jassus, see Platymetopius. 
Platymetopius (syn. Jassus i 
9:402, 410. 



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403 



Adalia bipimctata (syn. Coccinella, 
C. bimaculata), 2:232; 3:137, 148; 
4:12, 194, 195; 6:117-19; 7:375; 
9:306, 370; 12:298; 13:362", 362 9 ; 
14:320 T , 334 6 , 347 B , 367 8 . 
Adams, J. M., insects from, 4:206, 

207, 208; 6:188. 
Adams, J. Q., cited, 1:127; insects 

from, 4:206. 
Additional notes on Sciara, 12:223- 

28. 
Adelges abieticolens, see Chermes 

abietis. 

abietis, see Chermes. 
coccineus, see Chermes strobilo- 

bius. 

strobilobius, see Chermes. 
Adelocephala senatoria, see Anisota. 
Adelphagrotis prasina (syn. Agro- 

tis), 1:8; 10:377, 482. 
adelphus, Gomphus, 12:364. 
adipaloides, Botis, see Pyrausta. 

Pyrausta (syn. Botis), 10:483. 
Adipsophanes miscellus, see Cata- 

bena lineolata. 
Adirondack black fly, 7:364. 
Adirondack gray gnat, 7:364. 
Adirondack insects, 4:23, 136-37; 

5:260; 6:178; 7:219. 
Adirondack midge, 7:364. 
Adirondack punky, 7:364. 
Adirondack region, collections in, 
5:281-86; 7:218; 10:376, 377; 11: 
104, 106; 12:307, 351; 14:326 6 . 
Adirondack survey of the state of 
New York, Report cited, 1:99; 
2:90. 

adjuncta, Hadena, see Mamestra. 
Mamestra (syn. Hadena), 9:456; 

10:482; 14:313 6 . 
Adlumia, 5:288. 'See also Fumitory, 

climbing. 

Admiral, red, 12:308. 
adonidum, Dactylopius (syn. D. 

longifilis), 2:56. 
adumbrata, Eriocampa, 5:323; 14: 

342 2 . 

adusta, Hadena, of Europe, 4:127. 
advena, Cathartus (syn. Silvanus), 

9:308. 

Silvanus, see Cathartus. 
Aedes, 12:321. 
Algeria acerni, sec Sesia. 

cucurbitae, see Melittia satyrini- 

formis. 
ephemeraeformis, see Thyridop- 

teryx. 

exitiosa. see Sanninoidea. 
pictipes, see Sesia. 
tipuliformis, see Sesia. 
Aegeridae, see Si'siidae. 
aenea, Myophasia, 12:210. 

Pomphopoea, 1:331; 11:269. 



aenescens, Magdalus, 11:270. 
Aeoloplus chenopodii (syn. Pezotet- 

tix), 11:272. 
aequalis, Stenobothrus, see Orphu- 

lella speciosa. 
aerea, Dibolia, see D. borealis. 

Plusia, 10:376, 482. 
aeroides, Plusia, 9:456; 10:376, 482; 

14:313 T . 
Aeschna constricta, 11:284. 

heros, see Epiaeschna. 
aesculana, Proteoteras, 12:214, 215, 

216, 217. 

aesculi, Zeuzera, see Z. pyrina. 
Aesculus glabra, Steganoptycha 
. claypoliana injuring, 12:216, 

217. 

hippocastanum, see Horse-chest- 
nut, 
affinis, Bombus, 11:104. 

Bruchus, of Europe, 7:284. 
Bruchus Froelich (syn. B. 
flavimanus Bohem.), 7:268, 
282, 284. 
Erythroneura, see Typhlocyba 

comes var. basilaris. 
Laclmosterna, 11:268. 
Phytomyza, erroneous refer- 
ence of P. chrysanthemi. 
Saperda, see Oberea bimaculata. 
Typhlocyba, see T. comes var. 

basilaris. 

afflictana, Lozotaenia, 10:483. 
afranius, Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 

14307 1 , 321 4 . 
African tamarisk, Amphicerus 

bicaudatus boring into, 12:362. 
agarici, Phora, 10:399-406, 516; 12: 

229, 351; 14:308*, 393 8 . 
Agaricus, Achorutes boletivorus on, 

2:206. 

Agarista octomaculata, see Alypia. 
Agassiz, L. J. R.. referred to, 12: 

345. 
Agassiz association, state normal 

college, reference, 12:336-45. 
Agdistis bennetii, 12:221. 
Agelaeus phoeniceus, see Black bird, 

red winged. 
Auvrntuin, lA'ptocoris trivittatus on, 

10:438. 
Aglais milberti (syn. Vanessa), 4: 

137; 5:285; 10:507; 14:309 5 . 
Aglia tau, of Europe, 5:188; 13: 

343 8 . 

agonus, Limonius, 11:285. 
agraria', Sciara, 12:225-26. 
agrestis, Clytus, see Xylotrechus 

colonus. 
Agricultural Gazette of New South 

Wales cited, 10:454; 11:232. 
Agrilus anxius (syn. A. torpidus), 
5:283, 317; 10:407; 14:339". 



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Agrilus ruficollis (syn. Buprestis), 

6:123-25, 174; 10:406-7, 516; 

11:285; 12:352; 14 324 9 , 367 s , 

393 s 

sinuatus, 11:225, 286. 
torpidus, see A. anxius. 
Agriotes lineatus of Europe, 1:46. 
mancus (syn. A. truncatus), 4: 

207; 8:198, 200; 12:356; 14: 

394". 

truncatus, see A. mancus. 
Agromyza diminuta (syn. Oscinis 

trifolii), 6:184, 14:329''. 
tritici, 1:226. 
Agromyzidae, 4:78. 
Agrotis, 1 :58, 104, 109, 312. 
annexa, see Feltia. 
badicollis, see Semiophora eli- 

mata var. 
baja, see Noctua. 
bicarnea, see Noctua. 
brunneicollis, see Rhynchagrotis. 
clandestina, see Noctua. 
c-nigrum, see Noctua. 
cochrani, see Carneades mes- 

soria. 
cupida, see Rhynchagrotis an- 

chocelioides. 
i devastator, see Xylophasia de- 

vastatrix. 

fennica, see Noctua. 
haruspica, see Noctua. 
herilis, see Feltia. 
inermis, see Peridroma saucia. 
malefida, see Feltia. 
messoria, see Carneades. 
nigricans var. maizi, see Car- 
neades tessellata. 
ortonii, see Peridroma saucia. 
perpolita, see Carneades. 
placida, see Rhynchagrotis. 
plecta, see Noctua. 
prasina, see Adelphagrotis. 
redimicula, see Carneades. 
repentis, see Carneades mes- 
soria. 

saucia, see Peridroma. 
scandens, see Carneades. 
segetum, 8:235. 
species, 11:173. 
subgothica, see Feltia. 
tessellata, see Carneades. 
tricosa, see Feltia jaculifera. 
, tritici, 8:235. 

ypsilon, 1:8, 58; 8:111, 126, 188- 

91, 284, 296; 10:497; 12:205; 

14:371 8 , 382 8 . 

Alaus, blind, 1:330; 11:267. 
Alans myops 1:330; 5:317; 11:267; 

14:339 9 . 
oculatus, 1:330; 2:230; 4:141, 

207; 5:317, 325; 6:189; 9:448; 

11:267; 12:361; 14:311 4 , 333% 

339, 357. 



Albany daily press and Knickerbocker, 
abstract from, 14:364 2 ; cited, 7: 
358; 9:446. 

Albany evening journal, abstracts 
from, 11:274, 278, 281; 12:350; 
14:328 6 , 330, 345 7 , 354 7 , 359 6 , 359 9 , 
360 5 , 363 9 , 364 3 , 365 2 , 366 2 , 36G 7 , 
366, 367 2 , 367 4 , 369 5 , 369 8 , 371 2 , 
371 7 , 373 3 , 378 6 , 379 8 , 381 2 384 5 , 
386, 387 7 , 389 5 , 390 3 , 392 3 ; cited, 
1:99, 127, 149; 2:69, 223; 3: 
150; 5:304; 6:166, 167, 168, 179, 
180, 181; 7:321, 357, 358, 360, 362, 
364, 365; 8:141, 279, 283, 284, 287; 
10:489, 492, 495, 499, 505; 11:233; 
12:243, 253. 

Albany evening times, abstracts from, 
14:312 7 , 314 6 , 314 9 , 364 6 ; cited, 7: 
359; 8:290; 9:454, 459. 
Albany institute, Proceedings, ab- 
stracts from, 14:305 8 , 310 5 , 312, 
312 7 , 315 6 , 316*, 380 s ; cited, 4:151; 
8:291, 293: 9:299, 446, 454; 11:241; 
Transactions cited, 10:495. 
albella, Isotoma, 6:190. 
Albertson, S. L., insects from, 6:190. 
albicornis, Sirex, see Urocerus. 

Urocerus (syn. Sirex), IS^SS 1 - 
40 T , 341 2 , 341 9 , 342 5 , 370 1 , 371 4 ; 
14:398 5 , 400 8 . See also Uroce- 
rus albicornis. 
albida, Syneta, 11:269. 
albidihalteris, Phora, 12:228, 229, 

361. 

albifrons, Edema, see Symmerista. 
Smicra, 12:211. 
Symmerista (syn. Edema), 9: 

456; 14:313 5 . 

albilinea. Leucania (syn. L. harveyi), 
4:56; 8:291; 10:482, 490, 509; 12: 
310, 356; 13:372 3 ; 14:315 3 , 379 3 , 
379 9 , 395 2 . 

albipennis, Bibio, 2:110; 4:174; 6: 
167, 174, 188; 7:369; 14:318 4 , 324 7 , 
342 s , 359 9 . 
albolineata, Synchlora, sec S. 

glaucaria. 

albopicta, Empoasca, 11:270. 
alcathoe, Anthomyia, 1:171. 
Alder, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotns perniciosus, 11:224. 
Clastoptera obtusa, 5:243; 6: 

172; 8:153. 
Feniseca tarquinius, 2:231; 4: 

179; 5:282. 
Haltica bimarginata, 4:96, 97. 

chalybea, 4:101. 

Pemphigus tessellata (syn. 
Schizoneura), 2:181; 3:125; 
9:346. 
black, Clastoptera obtusa on, 5: 

243. 

Alder blight aphis, 2:181; 9:346, 347, 
408; 10:498; 14:383 4 . 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



405 



Alder flea beetle, 4:96-101; 14:357*. 

Alder leaf Lachnus, 9:407. 

Alder spittle insect, 5:242-40; 14: 

362". 

Alder woolly plant lice, 5 :282. 
Aldrich, J. M., cited, 10:405, 454; 

11:182. 

Aldrich, T. C., insects from, 9:461. 
Aleochara an thorny iae, sec A. nitida. 
brachypterus, 1:188. 
nitida (syn. A. anthomyiae), 1: 

188. 

Aletia argillacea (syn. A. xylina), 
1:7, 35, 58, 117, 328; 2:220; 4: 
206; 11:266; 12:342. 
cotton worm, 1:120. 
xylina, see A. argillacea. 
aletiae, Phora, 10:405. 
Aleurodes species, 1:331; 11:271. 
Aleurodidae on apple trees, 11:271. 
Aleyrodes, 2:220; 7:383. 
alia, Taeniocampa (syn. Orthosia 

instabilis), 1:328; 11:265. 
Allantus rufopectus, see Tenthredo. 
Allen, G. H., insects from, 7:382. 
Alter, T. O., insects from, 9:464. 
allii, Thrips, see Thrips tabaci. 
Allis, E. A., insects from, 6:189. 
Allis, J. W., insects from, 10:518. 
Allorhina nitida, 1:237, 238, 239; 
2:114; 5:319; 6:188; 9:353; 10: 
516; 11:268, 286; 13:369 r> ; 14: 
329 7 , 340 s , 398 8 . 
sobrina, 11:268. 
allynii, Eupelmus, 4:33. 
Almond, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:223. 
Bryobia pratensis, 7:322. 
Diabrotica vittata, 4:103. 
Almonds, bitter and sweet, Sito- 

drepa panicea in, 4:92. 
alni, Haltica, sec, H. bimarginata. 
alnifoliae, Lachnus, 9:407, 412. 
Alnus species, see Alder. 
Alobates pennsylvanicus (syn. 

Nyctobates), 4:20, 23; 6:189. 
alope, Cercyonis (syn. Satyrus), 4: 

137. 

Satyrus, see Cercyonis. 
alpha, Liopus (syn. Sternidius), 1: 

331; 11:269. 
Sternidius, see Liopus. 
alpinellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Alsophila pometaria (syn. Anisop- 
teryx), 1:11, 57, 72, 329; 4:15, 139, 
140, 206; 11:266; 13:365 3 , 370 7 ; 
14:357 9 , 396, 398 8 . 
alternans, Laemophloeus, 3:100; 14: 

352*. 

Temnostoma, 7:229. 
nlternatus, Idiocerus, 9:399, 410. 
Althaea, Sciara giraudii in stems 
of, 5:265. 



Altica rufipes, see Crepidodera 
Alucita, 10:383. 

cerealella, see Sitotroga. 
granella, see Sitotroga cerealel- 
la. 

hexadactyla, 12:221. 
Alwood, W. B., cited, 11:233. 
Alypia octomaculata (syn. Aga- 
risla), 1:33; 5:179-83; 6:177; 8596; 
9:455; 10:481; 13:371 7 ; 14:313", 
326', 353 3 , 362 8 . 
Alysia manducator, of Europe, 1: 

176, 187. 
Alyssum, sweet, Phyllotreta vittata 

on, 1:60. 

Amara, food plants of, 3:99. 
angustata, 12:209. 
obesa, 10:493. 
Amarantus, army worm feeding on, 

12:206. 

amata, Calopteryx, 7:220. 
ambigualis, Gaberasa (syn. Tortri- 
codes bifidalis, T. indivisalis), 7: 
375; 14:321 7 . 

ambisimilis, Clisiocampa, 11:265. 
Ambler, H. S., insects from, 12:360, 

364; 13:372 4 ; reference, 13:358 3 . 
Amblycephalus curtisii, see Athysa- 

nus. 

inimicus, see Deltocephalus. 
melsheimerii, see Deltccephalus. 
sayii, see Deltocephalus. 
Amblycorypha oblongifolia (syn. 
PJiylloptera), 6:189; 7:3(>9; 9: 
464; 10:512, 519; 11:284, 288; 
12:363; 14:318 1 . 
rotundifolia, 7:384. 
Ambrosia artemisiaefolia, see Rag- 
weed. 

trifida, 1:115. See also Rag- 
weed, great; Horseweed. 
ambrosiaefoliella, Bucculatrix, 1 : 

344; 8:106, 138. 
nmbulans, Lipnra, 2:209. 
Amelanchier canadensis, sec Shad 

bush, 
canadensis var. botryaplum. 

sec Shad bush. 

American agriculturist abstractfrom, 
14:387 2 ; cited, 2:149; 5:193; 10: 
505; 12:194. 
American angler, cited, 4:202; 14: 

351 s . 

American association for the ad- 
vancement of science. Annual <nl- 
dress of president of entomological 
club of, 4:172; PromW///f/.v, ab- 
stract from. 12:350; citod, 1:163: 
6:183; 8:155, 160; 9:317; 11:232; 
12:214; 14:305 7 , 329 5 , 330 4 , 368 s , 
392 2 . 

American blight, see Schizoneura 
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American cyclopedia cited, 9:299. 

American entomological society, 
Transactions, abstracts from, 14: 
305 2 , 310 3 , 310 6 , 358 8 ; cited, 1:157, 
163, 228; 2:126, 180; 4:80, 114, 151; 
5:173, 216, 227, 232; 7:255, 256, 
280, 285; 8:155, 160; 9:300, 446, 
451; 10:408, 411, 417, 478, 508; 
11:152, 197, 234, 241; 12:181, 182, 
264, 298; 13:335 3 , 338 4 , 340 8 , 344 3 . 

American entomologist, abstracts 
from, 14:323 2 , 324 6 , 325 4 ; cited, 
1:99, 110, 116, 157, 173, 184, 194, 
199, 221, 227, 239, 264, 271, 281; 
2:89, 111, 117, 125, 126, 132, 142, 
149, 168, 203; 4:28, 35, 42, 51, 63, 
80, 93, 103, 114, 115, 156, 158; 
5:173, 184, 227, 234; 6:125, 147, 
173, 175; 7:225, 228, 246, 247, 255, 
279, 296, 324; 8:129, 155, 160; 
9:300, 317; 10:388, 405, 432, 453; 
11:126, 145, 146, 177, 181, 248; 12: 
183, 190, 218, 230, 235, 237, 264, 
266, 290; 13:343 3 , 351 7 , 351 8 . 

American entomologist and botanist, 
see American entomologist. 

American entomology (Le Conte 
edit.), see Say, Thomas. 

American farmer, abstracts from, 
14:378 7 , 379 1 ; cited, 10:489, 490. 

American florist cited, 4:73; 7:242; 
11:242. 

American garden, abstract from, 14: 
351 8 ; cited, 4:204. 

American journal of horticulture 
cited, 2:117. 

American journal of science and arts 
cited, 2:57, 167; 9:309; 12:229. 

American lappet moth, 1:328; 11: 
265. 

American locust, 11:271. 

American naturalist, abstract from, 
12:347: cited, 1:99, 127, 149, 211, 
247, 254, 281; 2:102, 149, 208; 
4:28, 80, 128, 151; 5:164, 207, 234; 
7:324, 372, 374; 8:160; 9:299, 300, 
307, 309, 447, 448; 10:388, 404, 
405, 477, 478; 11:174, 177, 240; 
12:214. 237. 243, 248, 328, 347; 14,- 
310 s , 311*, 319 4 , 391 2 ; reprint from, 
11:124-26. 

American philosophical society, Pro- 
ceedings cited, 1:87, 247 254- 
2:139, 142; 4:103; 5:192; 7:228; 
9:300; 10:416; 12:268; 13:343 2 : 
Transactions cited, 2:136; 4:128- 
5:231; 12:235, 268. 

American pomological society, Re- 
port, abstract from, 14:352 7 ; cited 
2:125; 5:299. 

American quarterly journal of science 
and agriculture cited, 2:203; 4:158: 
6:125; 10:477; 11:251; 12:237. 



American rural home cited, 3:149. 
ainericana, Acronycta, erroneous 

reference of A. f uneralis. 
Cimbex, 1:138; 8:300; 11:284. 
Clisiocampa, see Clisiocainpa 

americana. 

Euprepia, see Arctia caja. 
Gastropacha, see Phyllodesma. 
Harrisina (syn. Procris) 2:231; 

7:379; 14:323 5 , 323 7 , 334 s . 
Meroinyza, 1:221-27, 344; 3:96; 
6:178; 7:377; 12:361; 14:322 8 , 
326 9 , 335 9 . See also Wheat 
stern maggot. 
Penthimia, 9:397. 
Phyllodesma (syn. Gastro^ 
pacha), 1:328; 9:456; 11:265; 
14:313. 

Procris, see Harrisina. 
Schistocera, 11:271; 14:340'. 
Schizoneura, 5:319. 
Silpha, 9:462; 11:285. 
Uropoda, see Uropoda ameri- 
cana. 

americanum, Belostoma, 3:141; 4: 
145, 208; 6:189; 7:383; 8:299; 10: 
512, 517; 14:357 9 . 
americanus, Argas, 6:158. 

Chauliognathus, see C. pennsyl- 

vanicus. 
Chrysophanus, see Heodes hypo- 

phlaeas. 
Dermacentor (syn. Ixodes), 6: 

158. 

Ixodes, see Dermacentor. 
Julus, see Spirobolus marginn- 

tus. 

Lithobins, see L. forficatus. 
Necrophorus, 14:309 9 . 
arninerlandia, Scutelligera, see Mi- 

crodon globosus. 
amoena, Drosophila, 1:221, 330; 11: 

207. 

Amuenitatcs Academic ae cited, 8:153. 
Ampelophaga myron (syn. Darapsa, 
Sphinx, S. pampinatrix), 4:201, 
202; 5:174-79, 307, 324; 7:381; 8: 
186-87, 295; 9:450; 10:481, 508,509, 
515: 12:354. 359; 14:309 9 , 317 6 , 
350 7 , 351-, 355 s , 362 6 , 394 5 . 
ampelophila, Drosophila, 1:65; 2:6, 
221, 330; 6:117, 173,177; 7:211; 11: 
267, 285; 14,:323 9 , 326 6 , 335 9 . 
ampelopsidis, Telamona, 9:391. 
Ampelopsis or A. quinquefolia, see 

Woodbine. 

Amphibolips prunus, 4:42; 14:357*. 
Amphicarpoea monoica, see Falcata 

comosa. 

Amphicerus bicaudatus (syn. Apate, 

Bostriclnis). 1:312, 330; 2:125-32: 

9:447; 11:268; 12:362; 14:311 2 , 

342 7 . 

Amphidasys cognataria, see Lycia. 



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407 



Amphion nessus, 10:515. 

Amphipyra pyramidoides, 1:328; 4: 
138; 8:296; 11:265. 

Amphisa discopunctana, 10:483. 

ampla, Plusia, 10:377. 

Amsterdam [N. Y.] daily democrat, 
abstract from, 14:368";' cited, 5: 
314; 7:3G7; 9:299. 

amygdali, Diaspis (syn. D. lana- 
tus), 12:355; 14:394 7 . 

amyntor, Ceratomia (syn. C. quadri- 
cornis), 8:296; 10:481, 507, 508, 
509; 12:359; 14:309% 309 9 . 

Amyot, C. J. B., and Serville, J. G., 
Histoire naturelle des inscctes 
Hemiptcres cited, 10:430. 

Anacampsis cerealella,. see Sitotro- 

ga. 
robiniella, see Gelechia. 

anaglypticus, Copris* 10:516. 

Analcis f ragariae, see Tyloderma. 

Anametis granulatus (syn. A. 

grisea), 11:269, 270. 
grisea, see A. granulatus. 

Anarsia liueatella (syn. A. pruinel- 
la), 1:151-56; 6: 173; 7:369, 375; 
11:267; 14:316 8 , 318 4 , 320 8 , 
324 s , 335 8 . 
pruinella, see A. lineatella. 

Anasa tristis, attacking melons, 3: 
110-12, 147; attracting to shelters, 
1:63; creosote oil for, 9:434; gyp- 
sum and kerosene for, 2:29; pyre- 
thrum harmless to, 1:39; refer- 
ence, 2:165; 8:288, 299; 10:497, 
519; 11:282, 287; 13:374 4 ; 14:34f>S 
352 a , 360 7 , 373 1 , 380, 382 6 , 386\ 
390 7 ; remedies, 6:169; 8:205-7; 10: 
504; 11:282. 

anatipennella, Coleophora, o f 
Europe 1:163. 

Anatis 15-punctata, see A. ocellata. 
ocellata (syn. A. 15-punctata), 
3:116; 5:305; 8:284, 298; 13: 
362 6 , 373 2 ; 14:354 8 , 371 9 . 

anchocelioides, Rhynchagrotis (syu. 
Agrotis cupida), 1:58; 7:375; 14: 
321 9 . 

anchorage, Stiretrus, 2:146. 

Ancyloxypha numitor, 9:461. 

ancylus, Aspidiotus, 11:213, 271, 
275, 287; 14:388 3 . 

andereggiella, Argyresthia, 1 1 :267. 

Andrenidae, 7:219; 10:360; 11:103. 

Andrews, W. V., cited, 13:345. 

Andricus snltatus, a jumping gall 
insect, 7:309. 

Angelica, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:92. 

angelica, Apatelodes, 9:455; 14:313 3 . 

Angerona crocataria, see Xantho- 
type. 



Angoumois moth, 1:299, 316; 2:102- 
10; 4:17; 6:187; 10:377-86, 485, 
492, 510; 14:342 5 , 377 3 , 379 7 . 
Anguillulidae, 6:165; 8:221; 10:400, 

449; 11:255; 14:359 8 . 
angulalis, Palthis, 11:266. 
angulifora. Cnllosamia (syn. At- 

tacus), 4.:206. 

Angus, James, cited, 7:255; insects 
from, 9:461; observations on Ci- 
cada, 12:285. 
angusii, Datana, 4:178. 
angustata, Amara, 12:209. 
angustatum, Mallodon, 7:251. 
angustatus, Nysius (syn. N. destruc- 
tor), 1:195, 331; 2:166; 5:321; 
11:270; 14:341 5 . 

angiisticollis, Meloe, 6:130; 9:458; 

10:511, 517; 11:286; 14:314 8 , 367 9 . 

angustifrons, Anthomyia, see Phor- 

bia fusciceps Zett. 
Chortophila, sec Phorbia fusci- 
ceps Zett. 

angustus, Cryptocampus, 13:336". 
Ania limbata (syn. Nematocampa 
filamentaria), 3:136; 4:206; 9:456; 
11:266; 14:313 7 . 
anilis, Clerus, 4:142. 
Anisodactylus from strawberry 

roots, 9:462. 
rusticus, 12:209. 
Anisopteryx pometaria, see Also- 

phila. 

vei^iata, see Paleacrita. , 
Anisota bicolor, sec Sphingicampa. 
bisecta, see Sphingicampa. 
heiligbrodti, sec Sphingicampa. 
pellucida, see A. virginiensis. 
rubicunda (syn. Dryocampa), 3: 
91; 5:197, 198, 200; 9:295, 422, 
J.V>; 10:507; 14:309 6 , 313 3 . 
sanatoria (syn. Adelocephala), 
2:230; 3:91; 5:192-200, 9:450, 
453; 14:312 4 , 333 9 , 362. 
stigma, 3:91; 5:197, 199. 
virginiensis (syn. A. pellucida), 

5:199. 

Annals of nature cited, 4:128. 
annexa, Agrotis, see Feltia. 

Feltia (syn. Agrotis), 8:235. 
Annual register of rural affairs cited, 

1 :172. 

annulata, Brochymena, 11:270. 
Plesiastina, 10:392. 
Psylla, sea P. carpini vai\ 
AiniiiloKd- J<i raiiica cited, 2:1.">. 
Anobium obesum, see Sitodrepa 

panicea. 
paniceum, sec Sitodrepa pani- 

.cea. 

tesselatum, sec Xestobium rufo 
villosum. 



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Anomala, black, 1:307. 
light-loving, 1 :307. 
margined, 10:411-13; 11:268; 

12:352. 

Anomala atrata, see A. lucicola. 
binotata, 10:413. 
lucicola (syn. A. atrata, A. ma- 
culicollis, A. moerens, A. pini- 
cola), 1:307; 5:305, 325; 1O: 
408-10; 12:352; 13:373 5 ; 14: 
355 2 , 393 3 . 

maculicollis, sec A. lucicola. 
marginata (syn. Melolontha), 
10:411-13, 491; 11:268; 12: 
352; 14:379 5 , 393 4 . 
minuta, 10:412, 413. 
moerens, see A. lucicola. 
pinicola, see A. lucicola. 
undulata (syn. A. varians), 10: 

413; 11:268. 

varians, see A. undulata. 
Anomalon, oviposition in Datana, 

8:164. 

Anomia rosae, see Typhlocyba. 
Anopedias error (syn. Platygaster), 

1:321; 2:2. 
Anopheles 12:321. 

hyemalis, see A. punctipennis. 
punctipennis (syn. Culex and 
Anopheles hyemalis, and A. 
quadrimaculatus in error), 
1:298; 2:241; 12:320; 14:343 2 . 
quadrimaculatus, erroneous ref- 
erence of A. punctipennis. 
Anoplitis scutellaris, see Odontota 

dorsalis. 

Anosia plexippus (syn. Danais ar- 
chippus), 4:135-36; 5:285; 8:287; 
10:490; 14:357 8 , 37Q 2 . 
Anotia bonnetii, 9:387. 
Ant, black, 1:213, 321; 10:491. 
carpenter, 12:181; 14:399 2 . 
cherry tree, 10:365, 366. 
European wood, 12:182. 
fallow, 11:115. 
large black, 1:62; 11:113, 114. 
little black, 9:370; 11:113. 
little red or yellow (Monomo- 
rinm pharaonis), 1:62, 65, 321; 
4:133; 9:371, 441; 10:360; 11: 
109-14, 281-82; v 12:356; 14- 
390 5 , 395 5 . 
mound making, 11:115; 12-181' 

14:399 3 . 

New York, 1:330; 11:264. 
pavement, 11:113. 
Pennsylvania, carpenter, 12: 

181. 

white, 9:454. 
wood, 2:53. 
. yellow (Formica rufa), 11:273. 



Ant lions, appearance and habits, 
11:234; capture of prey, 11:235; 
climbing, 7:319; 9:440; 14:374 7 ; 
habits of European species, 11: 
239; life history, 11:236-38; litera- 
ture of Myrmeleonidae, 11:240-41; 
number of species, 11:234; pitfall, 
11:235; reference to, 1:79; 2:233; 
9:454; 12:357; 14:312 6 , 336 5 ; trans- 
formations, 11:236; under carpet, 
7:318-20; United States species of 
Ascalaphinae, 11:239. 
Ants, associated with plant lice, 
9:370, 371, 441; 10:501; attacking 
Cicada, 12:289; cutworms, 1:321; 
larvae of vagabond Crambus, 1: 
145; classification, 1:78; injuries 
to orange- trees, 10:366; in apple 
tree, 1:213; in lawns, 11:115-16; 
12:356; 14:387 3 , 395 6 ; in straw- 
berry beds, 10:502; longevity of, 
4:181; number of species in 
United States, 11:115; on fruit 
trees, 10:365-68, 491; 11:115; 12: 
351; 14:379 4 , 392 9 ; on peonies, 10: 
368-69, 491; 14:379 5 ; preying upon 
young 17-year locust, 2:177; refer- 
ence to, 2:35; 4:84, 114; 9:454; 10: 
398; 11:235, 280; 14:322 5 ; reme- 
dies, 10:367; 14:385 4 ; senseorgans 
of, 4:180; soluble phenyle for, 1: 
50; species treated, 10:365-69; 11: 
109-16; 12:181-82; Staphyliuidae 
parasitic upon, 1:187; value of, in 
orchards, 10:368. 
antennalis, Chlorops, see Sapromyza 

vulgaris. 
antennata, Xylina (syn. X. cinerea), 

1:137, 328; 11:265, 279. 
antennatum, Callidium, 13:373 6 . 
Anthemis, Phytomyzaclirysanthemi 
(P. lateralis in error) mining, 4: 
77. 
Anthomaster leonardus (syn. Parn- 

phila), 9:449; 14:311 8 . 
Anthomyia. 1:47, 75, 171, 180-81,195, 
200, 202; 8:285. 

alcathoe, 1:171. 

angustifrons, see Phorbia fusci- 
ceps Zett. 

antiqua, see Hylemyia. 

betae, see Pegomyia. 

brassicae, see Phorbia. 

calceola MS., 1 :195. 

ceparum, see Phorbia. 

fly larva, 11:172. 

goniphora MS., 1:195. 

ischiaca MS., 1:195. 

lactucarum, 1:191. 

latitarsus, 1:171. 

lenis MS., 1:195. 

lunatifrons MS., 1:195. 

notatifrons MS., 1:195. 



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409 



Anthomyia pluvialis, 1:171. 

radicum (syn. Musca), 1:171, 
184, 185, 186, 191-94, 196, 198; 
14:385*. 
radicum var. calopteni Riley, 

see Phorbia fusciceps Zett. 
raphani, 1:48, 171, 193, 194-99, 

296, 322; 2:28; 14:335". 
ruficeps, 1:171, 185. 
similis (syn. Hylemyia), 1:171, 

202; 14:338". 
species, 11:170-72, 285; 12:357, 

361; 14:372 1 , 395 a . 
sulcans, see Pegomyia betae. 
timida MS., 1:195. 
zeae, see Phorbia fusciceps Zett. 
authomyiae, Aleochara, see A. 

nitjda. 
Anthomyiidae, 1:168-211; 2:35, 46, 

225; 5:314; 11:170-72. 
Anthonomus crataegi, see Pseudan- 

thonomus. 
musculus, erroneous reference 

of A. signatus. 
pomorum, 11:270. 
quadrigibbus, see Tachypterus. 
signatus (A. musculus in error), 

3:139; 9:431. 
species, 1O:517. 
sycophanta, 5:173. 
Anthony, Mrs E. C., insects from, 
10:516; 11:284, 286; 12:359, 360, 
361, 363; 13:374 5 . 
Anthophila, number of U. S. species, 

4:181. 

Anthophora retusa, 10:386. 
Anthracnose, 4:185. 
Anthreni, 11:173. 
Anthrenus, 1:64, 74; 9:381. 

scrophulariae, associated with 
Attagenus megatoma, 2:46, 
226; 7:377; bibliography of, 
9:299, 300; contributions of, 
5:325; 6:188; development 
and deposit of eggs, 11:173; 
eating lace curtains, 11:173; 
fondness for dead insects, 
11:173; general account of 
(abstract), 7:372; 8:292, 293; 
(extended), 9:299-306; habits, 
etc., 5:267, 268, 314; 6:173; 
8:294; 11:174; 13:359 3 , 367 8 ; 
in Akron, O., 3:139; intro- 
duced from Europe, 4:175; 
6:335; lady birds mistaken 
for, 4:195, 196; 6:118; linen 
and silk not eaten by, 2:47, 
232; 4:179; longevity of 
larvae, 3:138; museum pest, 
2:138; 5:268; occurrence on 
flowers, 4:141; ravages, ex- 
tent of, 1:9, 10; 6:120; refer- 



ence, 8:373, 374; 10:498; 11: 
280; 13:359 3 , 367 5 ; 14:316*, 
316 9 , 317 5 , 319 3 , 319 8 , 320 3 , 321 2 , 
322 7 , 822 s , 324 3 , 325 5 , 334 s , 338 s , 
350 3 , 357, 363 3 , 366, 383 4 , 389 9 , 
395 7 , 397 5 , 400 1 ; remedies for, 
1:59, 64; 7:364; 9:304-6; 12: 
357; reward for destruction 
of, 6:120; rhubarb as a lure 
for, 1:172-73; 

varieties; flavipes, 9:299, 
301; lepidus, 6:175; 9:299, 303: 
thoracicus, 9:299, 301. 
varius, see A. verbasci. 
verbasci (syn. A. varius), 1: 
65, 299; 2:138; 4:141; 5:267, 
268; 6:120. 
Anthribidae, 2:140. 
Anthribus variegatus Fourcr. (syn. 
A. varius of Europe, ?Brachy- 
tarsus varius), 1:259; 2:53, 
140. 
variegatus Say, see Brachy- 

tarsus. 

varius of Europe, see A. varie- 
gatus Fourcr. 

Anthric'idae on apple, 1 1 :269. 
antiopa, Euvanessa (syn. Vanessa), 
2:230, 232; 4:137; 8:296; 10: 
507; 12:354, 359; 14:309 5 , 333 s , 
334, 394 4 . 

Vanessa, see Euvanessa. 
antiqua, Anthomyia, see Hylemyia. 
Hyjemyia (syn. Anthomyia), 1 : 

171, 179, 180, 202. 
Notolophus (syn. Orgyia, O. 
nova), 1:98; 7:219, 381; 8:289; 
11:264, 285: 14:373 8 . 
Orgyia, see Notolophus. 
Antispila cornifoliella, 11:157, 159. 
nyssaefoliella, bibliography, 11: 
157; larva and its mine, 11: 
158; larva described, 11:157- 
58; life history, 11:158, 159; 
moth described, 11:157; pu- 
pating cases, 11:158; refer- 
ence, 10:510; 12:357; 14:395 a ; 
remedy, 11:159. 

Antithesia nimbatana, sec Penthina. 
Anurida maritima, 2:210. 
anxius, Agrilus (syn. A. torpiclus), 

5:283, 317; 10:407; 14:339. 
Apamea, 1:71, 115. 
Apanteles congregatus, 2:229; 4: 
201, 202; 5:177, 307, 324; 
7:364: 8:111, 187; 9:40.1; 
10:509, 515; 11:142; 12: 
354, 359; 14:333 8 , 350 7 , 
351 2 , 355 8 , 366 8 , 394. 
var. atalantae (syn. Micro- 

gaster atalantae), 2:39. 

var. pieridis (syn. Micro- 

gaster pieridis), 3:135. 



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Apan teles congregatus var. rufo- 
coxalis (syn. A. rufocox- 
alis), 9:461. 

gelechiae, see Microgaster. 
limenitidis, 12:210. 
militaris, 8:238; 12:210. 
rufocoxalis, see A. congregatus 

var. 
Apate bicaudatus, see Amphicerus. 

rufipennis, see Polygraphus. 
Apatelodes angelica, 9:455; 14:313 S . 
Apathus, 11:104. 
Apatura codes, see Chlorippe. 
herse, see Chlorippe clyton. 
lycaon, see Chlorippe celtis. 
Apgar, A. C., cited, 9:300. 
Aphaniptera, 1:79. 
Aphelinus, 11:232. 

mytilaspidis, 1:61. 
Aphididae, catalogue of, Fitcn, 9: 
411-13; general account (abstract) 
4:194; 6:171; list of, Oestlund's, 
4:176; on apple, 11:271; reference, 
1:4. 300: 3:121, 124; 8:254, 281; 
9:319, 381; 10:430; 11:200; 14: 
347 5 , 361 2 , 400"; species treated, 
2:180-87; 3:112-28; 5:246-57; 
6:147-48; 10:426-30; 12:290-92; 
13:361 8 -63 7 . See also Plant lice. 
Aphidiinae, subfamily of Bra- 

conidae, 5:253. 

Aphidius destroying aphids, 1:302. 
Aphidius avenae, of Europe, 5:253. 
Aphidivorous Ichneumonidae, 5 :253. 
Aphids, abundance of, 3:83, 116, 
145; 10:426-29; 12:352; aphis 
lion destructive to, 1:302; black 
ants associated with, 9:370-71; 
10:365, 366, 391; caterpillar feed- 
ing upon, 9:346; Chalcids parasi- 
tic upon, 1:160; destroyed by 
rains, 10:489; hibernation of, 1: 
317; honey dew of, 3:118; 5:304; 
1O:366; injuries by, 3:125; lace 
winged fly preying upon, 10:429; 
lady bugs preying upon, 1:302; 4: 
85, 194; 7:217, 429; losses caused 
by, 3:84; potatoes attacked by, 
3:121, 122; pyrethrum fatal to, 1: 
40; rapid multiplication of, 1:302; 
3:144; 8:267; reference, 10:368, 
498, 505; 11:225; 14:383 9 , 393 9 ; 
remedies for, 2:38; 7:318; 8:274; 
9:372, 431-32, 441; 10:367; root in- 
festing, 9:371; spiders eating?, 
10:429, 430; Syrphid larvae prey- 
ing upon, 1:212; woolly, 1:43; 2: 
181; 3:124, 125; 4:179; 5:160. 
Aphis, dilute paraffin for, 1:46; in- 
jury to currant leaves, 1:272; 
on hops, 1:319; on peach 
roots, 2:19; on potatoes, 8: 
299; parasitized by Aphidius, 



1:302; poisonous secretion of, 
1:314; prolificacy of, 1:14; 
reference, 10:491,494; soluble 
phenyle for, 1:49. 

black, 5:254. 
Aphis aceris, see Chaitophorus, 

asclepiadis (syn. Siphonophora), 
9:405, 411. 

avenae, see Nectarophora gran- 
aria. 

berberidis, see Rhopalosiphum. 

betulaecolens, see Callipterus. 

brassicae, 1:296; 6:147; 7:317, 
372; 9:405, 412, 440; 10:495; 
14:319 9 , 36S 2 , 374 6 , 378 2 , 381 1 . 

carotae, of Europe, 3:123. 

cerasi, see Myzus. 

cerasicolens, 9:405, 411, 412. 

cerasifoliae, 9:411. 

cerealis, see Nectarophora gran- 
aria. 

chrysanthemi, of Europe, 2:20, 
21. 

cornifoliae, 9:405, 412. 

crataegifoliae, 9:406, 412. 

cucumeris, see A. gossypii. 

dauci, of Europe, 3:123, 151. 

gossypii (syn. A. cucumeris), 5: 
306, 326; 8:210, 283; 10:497; 
11:168; 14:355", 371 s , 382 a . 

granaria, see Nectarophora. 

hordei, see Nectarophora gran- 
aria. 

humuli, see Phorodon. 

lanata, 9:320. 

lanigera, see Schizoneura. 

mali, abundance, 3:83. 145; 8: 
123; 10:426, 427, 489; depre- 
dating on apple trees, 1:331; 
11:271; 13:363 2 ; general ac- 
count, 1:317; 3:118-21, 143; 
reference, 1:8, 302; 6:148; 8: 
281, 285; 9:293, 373, 405, 412; 
10:503, 512; 12:191, 203, 307; 
13:367 4 ; 14:343 8 , 344 8 , 344, 
352 3 , 370 8 , 372 2 , 378 T , 387 4 , 397*, 
400*; remedies, 5:160, 161; 8: 
217; 9:431, 432. 

malifoliae, 1:331; 9:412; 11:271. 

middletonii, 9:371. 441; 10:501; 
14:375', 385". 

nerii Kalt., of Europe, 3:122. 

persicae-niger, see A. prunicola. 

pinicolens, 9:406, 412. 

populifoliae, see Chaitophorus. 

pruni, erroneous reference of A. 
prunifoliae. 

pruni-mahaleb, see Phorodon 
humuli. 

prunicola (syn. A. persicae- 
niger, Myzus persicae), 2:19- 
23; 5:256, 315; 9:369; 11:279; 
14:338 6 , 389 T . 



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411 



Aphis prunifoliae (A.pruni in error), 
8:125, 299; 9:309; 11:277; 12: 
350; 14:388 6 , 392 s . 
ribis, sec Myzus. 
rudbeckiae, see Nectarophora. 
rumicis, 9:440; 14:375 3 . 
sambucifoliae, 9:406, 412. 
silybi Pass., of Europe, 3:122. 
solannina Pass., of Europe, 3: 

122. 

Aphis lion, 1 :302. 

Aphodius fimetarius, 3:103; 7:312, 
379, 383; 4:440; 13:373 4 ; 14: 
374 5 . 

fossor, 3:103; 7:379. 
inquinatus, 3:102-3; 7:379; 14: 

323 5 , 352 5 . 
prodromus, 7:312. 
species, 12:361. 

Aphorura armata (syn. LIpura fime- 
taria), 2:208-10; 6:173; 7:374; 11: 
253; 14:320 7 , 324 4 , 342 8 . 
Aphritis globosus, see Microdon. 
aphrodite, Argynnis, 4:136; 5:285; 

7:219. 

Aphrophora, four-spotted, 9:392. 
Aphrophora parallela (syn. Lepy- 
ronia), 1:285; 4:121; 5:245; 9: 
393, 410. 

quadrangularis, see Lepyronia. 
quadrinotata, 5:245; 9:392. 
saratogensis (syn. Lepyronia), 

1:285; 4:121; 9:393, 410. 
signoreti, 5:245. 
apicalis, Melalopha, (syn. Ichthyura 

vau), 9:455; 14:313 5 . 
apicosa, Erastria, 10:482. 
Apidae, 5:284; 7:219; 10:359; 11: 
103, 104; number of species, 11: 
103; reference, 5:284; 7:219; 10: 
359; social members, 11:104; state 
collection of, 11:104. 
apiformis, Microdon, of Europe, 2: 

116. 
apivora, Trupanea, see Promachus 

fitchii. 
apivorus, Promachus, see P. fitchii. 

Trichodes, 3:138. 

Aplodes glaucaria, see Synchlora. 
rubivora, see Synchlora glau- 
caria. 
Apocynum androsaemifolium eaten 

by Pyrausta futilalis, 11:139. 
appendiculatus, Gymnonychus (syn. 

Pristiphora grossulariae), 2:5. 
Apple blossoms, army worm moths 

on, 12:202. 

Apple flies (Drosophila), 1:219. 
Apple leaf Bucculatrix, distribu- 
tion, 1:158-59; 5:261-62; 8:123; 
general account, 1:157-62; 5:260- 
62; parasites, 1:159-61; 10:369; 



Psocus bred from cocoons, 1:161- 
62; reference, 1:330; 2:224; 4:200 
5:317; 6:174-75; 7:354, 359; 8:135, 
136, 137, 218, 281, 283; 9:445; 11: 
267; 12:307, 360*, 14:325 2 , 331 2 , 
335 7 , 339, 349 7 , 363 2 , 364 7 , 369 2 , 
370 7 , 373 4 , 376; remedies, 1:162; 
5:202; stages of, 1:157-58. 
Apple leaf folder, 1:329; 11:266; 

lesser, 1:329; 11:121. 
Apple leaf hopper, green, 11:271. 
Apple leaf Micropteryx, 1:330; 11: 

267. 
Apple leaf miner, 1:330; 7:354; 9: 

445; 11:160-62, 267; 12:357. 
Apple leaf sewer, 8:123. 
Apple leaf skeletonizer, 1:329; 11: 

266. 
Apple leaf tyer, green (Teras 

minuta), 1:329; 11:266. 
Apple maggot (Trypeta pomonella), 
distribution, 2:121-22; 8:246-47, 
fly described, 2:119-20; 8:245; 
general account, 2:117-25; 8:245- 
49; larva, habits, etc., 2:118-19; 
122-23; 8:246, 247; life history, 
2:120-21, 124; 8:245-46, 248-49; 
reference, 1:330; 2:227,234; 5:300; 
8:116; 10:499; 11:267; 14:336 7 , 
342 6 , 353 2 , 384 5 , 391 8 ; remedial 
measures, 2:123; 8:247-48; 12: 
347, 348. 
Apple midge, 1:219, 330; 2:125; 10: 

388, 391; 11:267. 
Apple root blight, 9:408. 
Apple root plant louse, 1:47, 331; 

11:271. 

Apple scab, 4:185. 
Apple sphinx, 1:327; 11:264. 
Apple thrips,. 1:332; 11:271. 
Apple tree, insect depredators on, 

list of, 1:327-32; 11:263-72; 
insects injurious to; 

Acronycta species, 5:321. 
Alaus oculatus, 4:142; 9:448. 
Alsophila pometaria (syn. Ani- 
sopteryx), 4:15, 139; 13: 365 s , 
370 7 . 
Amphicerus bicaudatus, 1:312; 

2:125; 9:447. 

Anarsia lineatella, 1:155. 
Anomala marginata, 10: 412. 
Aphis mali, 1:317; 3:83, 118-21, 
143, 144, 145, 146; 5 :161 : 8 :123, 
217, 281, 285; 9:293, 373, 405, 
431, 432; 10:426, 427, 489; 12: 
307; 13:363. 
Aspidiotus juglans-regiae, 12: 

316. 
perniciosus, 1 1 :206, 207, 224, 

287, 12-316, 363; 13:374 T . 
Aspidisca splendoriferella, 11: 
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Apple tree, insects injurious to; 
Balsa malana (syn. Nolophana), 

12:312. 

Bucculatrix pomifoliella, 1:157; 
2:224; 5:260, 317; 6:174; 7: 
216, 354, 368, 382; 8:123; 9: 
445; 10:510; 12:307, 360; 14: 
331 8 . 
Cacoecia argyrospila. .7:356; 9: 

374. 
rosaceana, 11:121; 12:312, 

360. 
Camponotus herculaneus, 10: 

365. 
Carneades messoria (syn. Agro- 

tis), 11:121. 
scandens (syn. Agrotis), 11: 

121. 

Carpocapsa pomonella, 1:35, 58; 
2:229; 4:152; 5:316; 8:174, 
245, 290, 297; 9:296, 388-42, 
422; 14:371. 
Catocala grynea, 11:121. 

ultronia, 11:121. 
Ceresa bubahis, 1:315, 318; 4: 

146; 8:294. 
Chauliognatlms marginatus, 4: 

84. 

Chionaspis furfurus, 8:293, 299; 
9:440, 464; 11:203, 288; 12: 

348; 13:368 5 ; 14:316 6 . 
Chrysobothris femorata, 1:303; 
2:25, 27; 10:488; 12:356; 13: 
365 4 . 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176; 12: 

272, 273, 274, 287. 
Clisiocampa americana, 3:85; 
5:152; 6:106; 7:215; 8:122: 
9:441; 11:121; 12:307, 353; 
13:366 3 ; 14:328 3 . 
disstria (syn. C. sylvatica), 

3:91, 147. 
Coleophora, 8:297. \ 

fletcherella, 9:374; 12:307, 

360. 
malivorella, 1:163; 2:225; 6: 

178; 11:122. 
Conotrachelus nenuphar, 2:13; 

4:201; 11:122. 
Crepidodera rufipes, 4:101-3, 

196; 14:348 5 . 
Datana integerrima, 12:309. 

ministra, 1:320; 5:307. 
Dolerns sericeus, 4:197. 
Drosophila, 2:124. 
amoena, 1:221. 

Elaphidion villosum (syn. 
B. parallelum), 9:359; 12:314, 
362. 

Ennomos subsignarius, 11:121. 
Euphoria inda, 1:237. 
Exartema malana (syn. Eccop- 

sis), 11:121. 
Gryllus abbreviatus, 8:179. 



Apple tree, insects injurious to; 
Halisidota caryae, 7:355; 8:296. 
Hymenorus obscurus, 2:226; 6: 

129, 130. 
Hyphantria cunea (syn. H. tex- 

tor), 1:306: 3:93. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Ithycerus noveboracensis, 1 : 

331. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:158; 

10:433. 

Leptostylus aculiferus, 1:304. 
Lycia cognataria (syn. Amphi- 

dasys), 2:101; 14:332 8 . 
Lygus pratensis, 14:353 2 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

220; 4:142, 198; 9:420; 12: 

362. 
Megalopyge opercularis (syn. 

Lagoa), 4:51. 
Mermis acuminata, 4:127. 
Mineola indigenella, 11:121. 
Monarthrum mali, 7:316, 370; 

9:440; 14:318 6 . 
Mytilaspis pomorum (syn. M. 

pomicorticis), 2:232; 3:146; 

4:114; 8:286, 293; 9:373, 411; 

11:202; 12:348; 14:316. 
i Noctua clandestina (syn. Agro- 
tis), 11:121. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia) 2:68; 5:321; 11:121. 
Oecanthus fasciatus, 10:486. 
niveus, 9:464; 10:486; 14: 

316 T . 
Paleacrita vernata (syn. Anisop- 

teryx), 1:33; 2:7, 44; 3:93; 

4:139; 5:258; 11:121; 12:311; 

13:374*. 

Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 
tis), 5:201, 205; 11:121. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187, 

306. 
Phoxopteris nubeculana, 8:123, 

297. 

Polycaon confertus, 2:132. 
Porthetria dispar (syn. Oc- 

neria), 7:304. 
Prionus laticollis, 4:22. 
Psocus venosus, 1:161. 
Psylla mali, 9:323. 

pyricola (syn. P. pyrisuga), 

1:331. 
Saperda Candida, 2:25, 27; 3: 

105; 5:269, 320; 7:313; 9:440; 

10:488; 12:356; 13:365 5 . 
Schizoneura lanigera, 1:331; 2: 

181; 3:125; 6:160; 9:40, 407, 

411, 412; 13:366 9 . 
Schizura concinna (syn. Oede- 

masia), 3:90, 91, 150; 5:309; 

8:292; 14:312 8 , 316 2 , 346 1 . 
Sciara mali (syn. Molobrus), 2: 

125, 227; 10:391; 14:332. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



413 



Apple troo, insects injurious to; 

Scolytus rugulosus, 4:104, 18G; 

11:287; 12:362. 
Sphinx drupiferaruni, 10:496. 
Systena hudsonias, 13:373. 
Tacliypterus quadrigibbus (syn. 

Antlionomiis), 6:174; 9:419. 
Terns minuta, 11:121. 
Thrips tritici, 11:250. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Tischeria malifoliella, 3:137, 
140; 6:187; 7:354; 9:445, 462; 
11:100; 14:37<> 7 . 

Tmetocera ocellana, 4:14; 7:216, 
300, 3GO, 363, 382; 8:124, 218, 
297; 9:296, 373, 462; 10:488; 
11:121; 12:307. 
Tromex columba, 4:38. 
Trypeta pomonella, 2:118, 227, 
234; 8:245, 249; 10:499; 12: 
347. ' 

Xyleborus dispar (syn. X. 
pyri, X. obesus), 1:310; 3: 
141; 5:318; 6:350, 361, 370. 
Ypsolophus pometellus (syn. 

riiaetochilus), 1:300. 
Zeuzera pyrina, 9:426. 
Apple tree aphis, abundance, 10: 
426, 490; general habits, 1:317- 
18; 3:118-21; 10:490; life history, 
3:119-20; prolificacy, 3:119; refer- 
once, 1:8, 302, 331; 3:81, 143, 144, 
.145; 4:103, 204; 5:103, 300; 6:148; 
7::U. r ); 8:217, 281, 285; 9:373, 405, 
434; 10:512; 11:271, 273; 12:307; 
13:363'-, 367 3 ; 14:344 6 , 3f52 3 , 353 3 , 
362 4 , 370, 372 2 , 378 7 , 379 1 , 387 4 , 
397 4 ; remedies, 3:120-21, 144, 145- 
46; 5:160-63; 8:217; 11:273; 
unusual abundance, 3:118; 8:123. 
Apple tree bark beetle, 1 :331 ; 7 : 

316, 370; 9:440; 11:270; 14:374 6 . 
Apple tree bark louse or scale, 1:316, 
331; 4:114-20, 195; 5:319; 6:165; 
9:: > ,7r>; 11:201, 202, 271, 273-74, 
277, 288; 13:374 8 ; 14,:334 T , 340 R , 
M4 8 , 347 9 , 357 6 , 359 1 , 372 s , 387 4 , 
388 s . 

Apple tree blight, 9:407. 
Apple tree blossom weevil, 11:270. 
Apple tree borer, 1:64, 308, 312, 316; 
2:25, 26, 27; 3:105; 4:107; 10: 
488; 12:356; 13:365 4 , 366 2 ; 14: 
378 4 , 394 9 , 396 8 . 
flat-headed, 1:58, 330; 2:25, 225; 

6:154; 7:379; 11:267; 12:356. 
round-headed, 1:58, 331; 2:27; 
5:269, 320; 7:313; 9:440; 11: 
269; 1?:239, 245, 246, 356; 14: 
340", 374 5 . . 

Apple tree bud worm, 1:329; 11: 
121, 266. 



Apple tree case bearer, 1:163-67, 
329; 2:225; 6:178; 8:123, 217, 281, 
297; 11:122, 267; 12:307, 360; 14: 
326 9 , 33 1 8 , 335 7 , 370'. 
Apple tree caterpillar, red humped, 
1:57, 328; 3:90-91, 150; 4:204; 5: 
309; 11:265; 14:352 2 , 356 9 ; yellow 
necked, 1:57, 320, 328; 2:83; 11: 
264; 14:356 1 ; many dotted, 11:265; 
tent caterpillar; attacking 
maples, 6:166; collecting the 
tents, 1:57; destroying eggs of, 1: 
56; 9:436-37; reference, 1:85, 328; 
2:83; 3:85; 5:241; 7:331, 359; 8: 
122; 9:293; 10:495; 11:121, 265, 
281; 12:307, 353; 13:366 2 , 369 s ; 
14:354 4 , 358 9 , 359 4 , 364 7 , 375 5 , 376 4 , 
380 9 , 390 4 , 393, 396, 398 2 ; reme- 
dies, 5:304; 6:106; 7:215; 9:432, 
436-37, 441; unusual abundance, 
5:152; 6:106; 7:215; 9:436-37. 
Apple tree curculio, 1:60, 331; 4: 
201; 6:174; 9:419; 11:270; 14:324. 
Apple tree flea beetle 11:269. 
Apple tree primer, 1:330; 11:268. 
Apple twig borer, 1:330; 2:125-32; 

9:447; 11:268; 14:342 T . 
Apple worm (Carpocapsa pomonel- 
la), attacking quinces, 2:12; Mer- 
mis parasitic upon, 4:127; 8:290; 
reference, 1:219; 2:118, 120, 122, 
124; 4:152; 5:300, 305, 321; 6: 
104; 9:296, 422; 10:391; 11:121, 
133; 42:360; 14:37r; remedies, 1: 
35-36, 58, 60, 63; 2:123; 8:282; 
soldier beetle larvae feeding upon, 
4:85, 86, 87; 5:316; 9:344. 
Apricot, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:206, 

223. 
Carpocapsa pomonella, 9:340; 

14:371. 

Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Otiorhynchus tenebricosus, 2: 

52. 

Phobetron pithecium, 7:382. 
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:174. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

m is, 1:84. 
Xyleborus dispar (syn. X. pyri), 

1:310. 

Aptera, 1:79; 11:252. 
apterus, Bittacus, 10:474, 478. 
aquatica, Podura, 2:210; 7:374; 11: 

253. 

Aquilegia, sec Columbine, 
aquilonaris, Cerura, see C. scolopen- 

drina. 

Arachis hypogaea, see Groundnut. 
Arachnidn. 6:ir,f>; 8:302; 9:466; 10: 

449-60, 513; 11:272, 288; 14:368. 
Arachnoidea, 5:290. 



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Aramigus fuller!, 2:142-44; 4:193; 
5:154, 311, 325; 14:337 X , 342 7 , 347 4 . 
Araneidae, not known to inflict 

wounds, 4:114. 
araneoides, Cermatia, 4:133. 
Arbor day manual, abstract from, 

14:388 1 . 

Arbor vitae, number of insects in- 
jurious to, 4:20; Siberian mites 
injuring, 4:201; 
insects, etc., injurious to; 
Bryobia pratensis, 7:322. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Hylesinus opaculus, 4:144. 
Tetranychus telarius, 4:203; 14: 

350;*, 351*. 
Tliyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:72, 81, 84; 4:21; 6:177. 
arborum-linearis, Coccus, see My- 

tilaspis pomorum. 
Archasia galeata (syn. Smilia au- 

riculata), 9:389, 410. 
Arched filaments of Diplosis, 11: 

166, 168. 
archippivora, Frontina (syn. Masi- 

cera), 8:238. 
Masicera, see Frontina. 
archippus, Basilarchia (syu. Limeni- 
tis disippus), 1:327; 2:220; 4: 
137; 10:507; 11:264; 14:309 5 . 
Danais, see Anosia plexippus. 
Archiv der Naturgeschichte (Wieg- 

man's) cited, 10:453. 
Arctia arge, see Euprepia. 

caja (syn. Euprepia, E. ameri- 

cana), 9:452; 14:312 3 . 
isabella, see Pyrrharctia. 
parthenice see Euprepia. 
phyllira, see Euprepia. 
virgo, see Euprepia. 
arctiae, Ophion, 7:228; 12:183, 189. 
arctica, Hadena, see Xylophasia. 
Mamestra, see Xylophasia. 
Xylophasia (syn. Hadena, 
Mamestra), 1:8; 5:212; 9:447; 
10:482; 14:311 1 . 
Arctiidae, species treated of, 12: 

183-89. 

Arctium lappa, see Burdock, 
arcuata, Corythuca (syn. Tingis), 1: 

311; 4:108; 11:270. 
Tingis, sec Corythuca. 
arcnatus, Syrphus, 11:284. 
Argas americanus, 6:158. 

persicus, 6:158. 
arge, Arctia, see Euprepia. 

Euprepia (syn. Arctia), 9:455; 

14:313 5 . 

argentifrons, Miltogramma, 12:210. 
argentina, Mantis, 4:162. 
argillacea, Aletia (syn. A. xylina), 
1:7, 35, 58, 117, 328; 2:220; 4:206; 
11:266; 12:342. 



Argus [Albany], abstract from, 12: 
352; 13:368; 14:310 4 , 315 8 , 334 7 , 
334 s , 340 4 , 341 7 , 348 4 , 393 7 ; cited, 
2:149, 232, 233; 4:151, 196; 5:318, 
322; 8:291, 292; 9:299, 446; 12:190, 
253. 
argus, Chelymorpha, 4:14, 201, 207; 

6:188; 10:516, 517; 14:350 8 . 
Argynnids, scarcity of, 12:308. 
Argynnis aphrodite, 4:136; 5:285; 

7:219. 
atlantis, 4:136; 5:285; 7:219; 12: 

308. 

bellona, see Brenthis. 
cybele, 4:136; 5:285. 
myriua, see Brenthis. 
species. 2:214. 

Argyramoeba simson, 8:300. 
Argyresthia andereggiella, 11:267. 
Argyrolepia pomoriana, see Ypsolo- 

phus pometellus. 
sylvaticana, see Ypsolophus 

pometellus. 
Argyromiges psendacaciella, see 

Lithocolletis robiniella: 
argyrospila, Cacoecia (syn. Tortrix 
furvana), 1:329; 5:324; 7:356; 9: 
374; 1O:483; 11:266. 
Arhopalus speciosus, see Plagiono- 

tus. 

Aricia fusciceps, see Phorbia. 
Arkansas agricultural experiment 

station, Bulletin cited, 10:478. 
Arma grandis, see Podisus cynicus. 

spinosa, see Podisus. 
armata, Aphorura (syn. Lipnra 
fimetaria). 2:208-10; 6:173; 7:374; 
11:253; 1<1:3''0 7 , 324 4 , 342 9 . 
armatns, Uros : ~alphus, 12:271. 
armicollis, Magdalis, 12:246. 
armiger, Heliothis, sec Heliothis 

armiger. 

Army worm, abstracts of Fitch's 
papers on, 1:312, 313, 314; 
bibliography, 12:190-94; coun- 
ties injured by, 12:195; de- 
scription of the various 
stages, 12:200-2; distribution, 
12:199-200; eggs of, 6:176; 
figures, 12, plates II, III and 
IV. fig. 2; food habits, 12: 
205-6; general notice, 2:42-44; 
life history and habits, 12: 
202-5, 206-7; natural control- 
ling agents, 12:208-11; para- 
sites, 1:146; preventives and 
remedies, 1:33, 53, 58; 8:265; 
9:443; 12:211-14; ravages in 
New York state. 12:194-98, 
199, 309, 310; ravages in 
other states, 12:198-99; refer- 
ences, 1:127, 128, 131-32, 133, 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



415 



135, 147, 220; 4:139, 163; 6: 
179-80; 7:373, 376; 10:490; 11: 
145; 12:177, 352, 353, 360; 13: 
332 2 , 368 1 ; 14:316 8 , 320 s , 322 2 , 
325 7 , 376% 379 3 , 393 7 , 393 8 , 394 1 , 
394 2 , 397 7 , 399 s . 
fall, 1:328; 11:265. 
wheat head, 14:379 9 , 399 s . 
"Army worm" (Sciara species), 5: 

264; 10:388, 389, 390. 
(Crambus), 14:327 5 , 327 8 . 
Arphia sulphurea, 9:330. 
arquata, Carynota, see Vanduzea. 
Vanduzea (syn. Carynota), 9: 

388, 410. 

arsace, Thecla, see Incisalia irus. 
Arsenical spray, fatal to bees on 
potatoes, 11:118; not injuring ani- 
mals, feeding under sprayed 
trees, 14:397 3 ; 

spraying of fruit trees in 
blossom; 12:357; apple pests to 
be combated at this time, 11:120- 
22; blighting of blossoms, 11:119; 
honey bees killed, 11:117-18, 122- 
24; 14:395; legislation against, 
11:119; Prof. Cook's experiments, 
11:118; Prof. Webster's experi- 
ments, 11:117-18, 122; satisfac- 
tory examinations, 11:118; 
urgency of, 11:120. 
Artace punctistriga, 8:287; 14:373 2 . 
arthemis, Basilarchia, (syn. Limeni- 
tis), 4:137; 7:219; 10:507; 11: 
264; 14:309 5 . 

Limenitis, see Basilarchia. 
Arthemis butterfly, 11:264. 
arvalis, Smynthurus, 11:272. 
arvensis, Delphax, see Liburnia. 
Dolerus, 3:89; 4:197; 13:371 4 ; 

14:348 8 . 
Liburnia (syn. Delphax), 9:386, 

410. 

Asaphes decoloratus, 8:200. 
Ascalaphidae, 11:240. 
Ascalaphinae, U. S. species, 11:239, 
Ascalaphus hungaricus (syn. A. 

macaronius), 11:239, 240. 
insimulans, see Helicomitus. 
longicornis, 11:239, 240, 241. 
macaronius, see A. hungaricus. 
macleayanus, 11:240. 
species, 11:239, 240, 241. 
Ascaris lumbricoides, 9:298. 
asclepiadis, Aphis (syn. Siphono- 

phora), 9:405, 411. 
Siphonophora, see Aphis. 
Asclepias, sec Milkweed. 
Asellus stygius, 9:348. 
Ash, Insects Injurious to; 

Dynastes tityus, 2:227; 5:230, 

321; 7:251; 9:342. 
Fall web worm, 1:306. 



Ash, insects injurious to; 
Halisidota caryae, 7:355. 
Heraclides cresphontes (syn. 

Papilio), 9:337. 
Hylesinus opaciilus, 4:144. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:157; 

10:438. 

Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
Podosesia syringae, 9:338. 
Xyloryctes satyrus, 7:251. 
black, Dynastes tityus injuring, 

7:252. 

mountain, see Mountain ash. 
prickly, see Prickly ash. 
water, see Ash, black. 
Ashmead, W. H., cited, 4:42; 9:317; 
11:127, 134; 12:192; quoted, 11: 
136-37; referred to, 11:131; Orange 
insects cited, 2:203; 11:241, 248. 
Ashinolean society, Proceedings 

cited, 4:151. 
Ashton, T. B., cited, 2:203; 5:246; 

quoted, 2:204. 
Asilidae, 1:319; 11:117. 
Asopia costalis, see Pyralis. 

farinalis, see Pyralis. 
asparagi, Crioceris, see Asparagus 

beetle. 

Asparagus, insects injurious to; 
Bibio albipennis, 2:113. 
Crioceris asparagi, 3:146; 6:167, 
179; 7:335; 8:250; 9:342, 
343; 10:517; 12 249,251-52, 
12-punctata, 10:517; 12: 

249, 250. 

Leucania unipuncta, 12:206. 
Mamestra picta, 5:209. 
Asparagus beetle (Crioceris aspara- 
gi), allied species, 1:243-44; 8: 
250; bibliography, 1:259; 11: 
177, 178; description, 1:241- 
43; 8:250; destructiveness, 1: 
9; distribution, 11:178-81; 12: 
251, 252, 314, 315; general ac- 
count, 1:239-46; 6:179; intro- 
duction, 1:8, 9, 240, 315; 7: 
335; 8:251; 9:342, 343; limita- 
tion by life zones, 11:180.181; 
natural history, 1:244-45; 8: 
251-52; reference, 1:316, 322; 
2:135: 6:188; 8:116, 221; 10: 
498, 517; 11:277, 286; 12:249, 
250, 356, 357, 362; remedies, 
1:59, 61, 245-46; 3:146; 8:252, 
253; 11:181; 13:373 7 ; 14:327 4 , 
344 7 , 351 5 , 360 1 , 383 s , 3S9 2 , 395 7 , 
399: spread, 1:240-41; 4:203; 
6:167, 179; 8:251; 9:343. 
twelve spotted (Crioceris 12- 
punctata), bibliography, 12: 
248, 249; distribution, 12:251; 



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distribution of C. asparagi, 
12:251, 252; figure, 12:250; in- 
sect described, 12:249, 250; 
introduction, 12:251; life his- 
tory and habits, 12:250, 251; 
Monroe county invaded, 12: 
249; reference, 1:244; 8:250; 
10:517; remedies, 12:252. 
Aspidiotus ancylus, 11:213, 271, 275, 

287; 14-:388 3 . 
aurantii, 1:60; 4:188. 
canaelliae, 11:271. 
circularis, see Diaspis pyri. 
conchiformis, see Mytilaspis 

pomorum. 
forbesi, 11:271. 
harrisii, see Chionaspis fur- 

furus. 

juglandis, see Mytilaspis pomo- 
rum. 

juglans-regiae, 11:271; 12:316. 
nerii, 2:32; 5:278, 317; 8:214; 
11:203-4, 287; 14:339", 363 4 , 
369 7 . 

ostreaeformis, 11:271. 
perniciosus, 1:332; 10:505, 518; 
11:206-33, 275, 277, 287; 12: 
316, 356, 357, 363; 13:368 S , 
374 7 ; 14:386 9 , 388 8 -89 9 , 395 2 , 
397. See also San Jos6 
scale. 

pinifoliae, see Chionaspis. 
pomorum, see Mytilaspis. 
rapax, 11:271. 

tenebricosus, 10:518; 11:221. 
Aspidisca splendoriferella, 1:166, 

330; 8:283; 11:159, 267; 14:371 4 . 
Aspilates coloraria, see Catopyrrha. 
Aspinwall, John, insects from, 6: 

189. 
Aspinwall, W. F.,' insects from, 11: 

287. 
assimilis, Ceutorhynchus, 1:195. 

Mamestra, 1:328; 11:265. 
Association of economic entomolo- 
gists, 11:103, 181, 189; 14:306*. 
Aster, insects injurious to: 

Aphis middletonii, 9:371, 441; 

10:501; 14:375 5 , 385 3 . 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Epicauta pennsylvanica, 6:135; 

9:463; 10:496; 11:286. 
Hydroecjla nitela (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:112; 8:191. 
Mamestra picta, 5:209. 
China, insects injurious to; 
Epicauta pennsylvanica, 11: 

281; 14:390*. 

Lygus pratensis, 14:353 9 , 353 9 . 
asterias, Papilio, see P. polyxenes. 
asteroides, Cucullia, 9:455; 10:482; 
14:313*. 



Asterolecanium quercicola, 10:519. 
astyanax, Basilarchia (syn. Limeni- 

tis Ursula), 1:327; 11:264. 
atalanta, Pyrameis, see Vanessa. 
Vanessa (syn. Pyrameis), 2:39; 

4:137; 5:285; 9:454; 12:308. 
atalantae, Microgaster, see Apan- 

teles congregatus, var. 
aterrima, Paria, see Typophorus 

canellus. 
Phora, 10:405. 
Athysanus abietis, see Bythoscopus 

variabilis. 
curtisii (syn. Amblycephalus), 

9:401, 410. 

fagi, see Bythoscopus. 
fenestratus, see Bythoscopus. 
minor, see Bythoscopus. 
nigrinasi, see Bythoscopus. 
variabilis, see Bythoscopus. 
Atkinson, G. F., cited. 4:103; 5:227. 
atlanis, Caloptenus, see Melanoplus. 
Melanoplus (syn. Caloptenus), 
1:332; 2:196; 6:151; 8:180; 
9:332; 10:440, 441, 443, 496; 
11:271; 14:381 6 . 
atlantis, Argynnis, 4:137; 5:285; 

7:219; 12:308. 

atomarius, Bruchus, 7:268, 282, 284. 
atomus, Crypturgus, sec C. pusillus. 
atra, Clastoptera, 9:394. 
atramentaria, Pollenia, of Europe, 

9:313. 

atrata, Anomala, see A. lucicola. 
Cantharis, see Epieauta penn- 
sylvanica. 

Lytta, see Epicauta pennsyl- 
vanica. 

Melolontha, see Anomala luci- 
cola. 

Rhyssa, see Thalessa, 
Tachina, 7:364; 11:285. 
Thalessa (syn. Rhyssa), 2:227, 
230; 4:37, 40, 41; 5:305; 9:454; 
1O:509; 11:279, 284; 13:367' J , 
371 3 ; 14:332 5 , 333 T , 355 3 , 389, 
397. 
atratus, Chermes, see C. strobilo- 

bius. 
Tabanus, 7:364; 11:285; 13:372 7 ; 

14:366 9 . 
atrifasciata, Homohadena, see On- 

cocnemis. 
Oncocnemis (syn. Homohadena), 

5:285. 

Atropos divinatoria (syn. Liposcelis 

museorum, Termes, Troctes, 

T. fatidicus), 1:65, 161; 2:198- 

202; 3:139; 14:342?. 

pulsatorius, see Clothilla pulsa- 

toria. 
Attacinae, 1:340; 6:184; 14:330'. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Attacus cecropia, see Samia. 
imperialis, see Basilona. 
promethea, see Callosamia. 
Attagenus dichrous, see A. piceus. 
megatoma, see A. piceus. 
pellio, 2:47, 138. 
piceus (syn. A. dichrous, A. 
megatoma, A. rufipennis, A. 
spurcus), 1:64; 2:46-48, 138, 
22G; 6:120, 188; 7:377, 382; 
9:299-306; 1O:498; 11:276; 14: 
322 7 , 332 1 , 383 4 , 388 5 . 
rufipennis, see A. piceus. 
spurcus, see A. piceus. 
Attains scincetus, 11:267. 
Attid spider, 10:430. 
Attidae, 10:430. 
Atwater, W. O., cited, 12:254. 
Atymna castaneae (syn. Smilia), 9: 

389, 410. 
inornata (syn. Smilia, Cyrtolo- 

bus), 1:284: 9:388. 
querci (syn. Smilia), 9:389, 410. 
Augochlora species, 9:461. 
Aulacaspis rosae (syn. Diaspis), 7: 

384. 
Aulacizes mollipes, see Diedro- 

cephala. 
noveboracensis, see Diedro- 

cephala. 
Aulacomerus ebenus, 4:46. 

lutescens, see Trichiocampus 

viminalis. 

aurantii, Aspidiotus, 1:60; 4:188. 
aurata, Cetonia, 1:237. 
auratus, Chrysochus, 4:142; 14:350 2 , 

357. 
aurichalcea, Cassida, sec Coptocycla 

bicolor. 

Coptocycla, see C. bicolor. 
auricularia, Forfictila, 11:272. 
auriculata, Smilia, see Archasia 

galeata. 

auripilis, Limonius, 7:351. 
ausonius, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 9: 

449; 14:306 S , 311 7 . 

Austin, E P., Supplement to check 
list of tJie Coleoptera of America 
north of Mexico cited, 1:233, 251; 
2:142. 

australasiae, Periplaneta, 12:363. 
Automeris io (syn. Hyperchiria, H. 
varia), 1:72, 328; 4:206; 5:186; 
6:187; 9:450, 453; 10:481; 11:265; 
14:312*. 

Avena f atua, Nectarophora granaria 
(syn. Siplionophora avenae) on, 
5:252. 

avenae, Aphidius, of Europe, 5:253. 
Aphis, sec Nectarophora grana- 
ria. 



avenae, Siphonophora, see Nectaro- 
phora granaria. 
avenaphis, Praon, 5:253. 
Avery, T. G., insects from, 9:463. 
avicularia, Ornithoinyia, 1:299. 
avium, Dermanyssus. 1:62; 3:129; 

5:290. 

Ayres, E. J., reference, 13:354 4 . 
Azalea, Aramigus fuller! on, 2:143. 

Babcock, W. J., insects from, 4:206. 
Backus, A. L., & Sons, insects from, 

5:325. 
Bacon, smoked, Piophila casei iii- 

festing, 12:233. 
Bacon beetle, 5:302, 313; 6:119-23; 

8:279; 14:338 1 , 353 s , 369. 
badicollis, Agrotis, see Semiophora 

elimata var. 
badistriga, Homohadena, 7:375; 14: 

321 6 . 

Bag worm, classification, 1:83-84; 
distribution, 1:84; food plants, 
1:84; 4:21; 7:306; general ac- 
count, 1:81-87; 4:203-4; 5:321; 
10:494; habits, 1:81-83; parasites, 
1:84-86; reference, 1:328; 2:74; 
9:440; 10:509; 11:265; 14:326 2 , 
335, 341 5 , 351, 374 8 , 380 7 ; reme- 
dies, 1:33, 57, 87; Townsend's 11: 
264. 

Bailey, J. S., insects from, 12:360. 
baja, Agrotis, see Noctua. 

Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 1:8, 340; 

1O.377. 

bajulus, Hylotrupes, 4:20, 23. 
Baker, C. F., cited, 11:242; 13:353 8 . 

See also Gillette and Baker. 
Balaninus caryatrypes, see B. pro- 

boscideus. 
obtusus, 12:271. 
proboscideus (syn. B. carya- 
trypes), bibliography, 12:267- 
68; characteristics of the 
genus, 12:269; extent of in- 
juries, 12:269; life history of 
the two species, 12:270-71: 
reference, 7:383; 1O:501, 517; 
14:384 9 , 399 7 ; remedies and 
preventives, 12:271-72; two 
species attacking chestnuts, 
12:269-70; value of crop af- 
fected, 12:268-69. 
rectus 12:267-72; 14:399 7 . See 

also B. proboscideus. 
uniformis, 12:268. 
balanus, Merodon, see Mallota pos- 

ticata. 
Balderston, J. L., insects from, 

4:205. 

Ball, D. K., insects from, 10:510. 
Ballard, H. H., insects from, 7:38(1; 
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Ballard, Mrs J. P., insects from, 

3:140; 12:184. 
balluca, Plusia, 9:456; 10:376; 12: 

308; 14:313 T . 
Balm of Gilead, insects injurious 

to; 

Crepidodera helxines, 4:102. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 13:374 S . 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:76. 

Balsa malana (syn. Nolophana), 1: 
328; 11:265; 12:312, 356; 14:395 2 . 
Balsam, insects injurious to; 

bark boring beetles, 2:53, 54, 9: 

440. 
Cecidomyia balsamicola, 4:60; 

9:440. 

cut worms, 8:236. 
Dendroctonus, 2:55. 
Geometrid larvae, 5:260. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Tomicus, 2:55. 
southern, Cecidomyia balsamicola 

on, 7:307. 

Balsam Cecidomyia, 9:440; 14:374 3 . 
Balsam fir, bark boring beetles in, 

2:54. 
balsameus, Tomicus (syn. Tomicus 

species), 2:54. 
balsamicola, Cecidomyia, 4:60-63; 

7:307; 9:440; 14:308 4 , 357 T , 374 8 . 
balteatus, Cerasphorus, see Chion 

garganicus. 
Baltimore oriole feeding on army 

worm, 12:209. 
Bamboo, Dinodorus bifoveolatus in, 

11:286. 
Banchus fugitivus, see Limneria 

fugitiva. 

Banks, Nathan, Synopsis catalogue 
and bibliography of the neurop- 
teroid insects of temperate North 
America cited, 8:155, 160; 11:234, 
241; 12:298; (also cited as Tram, 
Amer. Ent. Soc. v. 19, 1892); notes 
by, 11:238; referred to, 11:105; 
12:285, 299. 
Banks, R. L., insects from, 9:464; 

10:517; 13:373 6 . 

barbata, Cetonia, see Euphoria inda. 
Barberry aphis, 1:296; 9:405. 
barda, Mallota, see M. posticata. 
Milesia, see Mallota posticata. 
Merodon, see Mallota posticata. 
Baridius trinotatus, see Trichobaris 

trinotata. 
Bark beetle. 1:11; 4:185; 6:129; 14,: 

332 2 ; wood engraver, 11:270. 
Bark borers, 2:53-55; 5:300; 9:365, 

367; 12:244, 353 8 . 

Bark lice, Anthribus variegatus 
(syn. A. varius) feeding on, 1:259; 



2:53; life history of species, 4: 
116-18; parasites, 1:61, 160; pro- 
lificacy, 4:115; reference, 1:11,302; 
2:184; 8:274, 293; 9:440, 447; 11: 
200; 14:3H 8 ; remedies, 2:25, 232; 
4:118-20; 8:279; species treated, 
4:114-20; spread, 4:185. 
Bark louse, oyster shell, 1:8; 4:116; 

9:373; 11:201-2; 14:316 7 , 
scurfy, 1:331; 4:208; 5:326; 9: 
440; 10:518; 11:202-3, 271,277, 
288; 13:368 4 , 374 9 ; 14:375 8 , 
388 8 , 397 8 . 
Barker, T. C., insects from, 5:326; 

8:299; 11:165, 167. 
Barley, insects injurious to; 
i Agrotis segetum, 8:235. 

tritici, 8:235. 

JBlissus leucopterus, 2:157. 
Calandra granaria, 1:304. 
Cephus pygmaeus, 6:334. 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:14; 14: 

350 8 . 

Isosoma hordei (syn. Eury- 
toma fulvipes, Ptero- 
malus), 1:304, 307; 4:29. 
tritici (syn. Pteromalus), 1: 

307. 

Leucania albilinea, 12:310. 
unipuncta, 12:206, 309. 
Merisus fulvipes (syn. Ptero- 
malus), 1:307. 

Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Siphonophora avenae), 2:225; 
3:114; 5:247, 251. 
Oscinis frit, European, 1:225. 
glabra, European, 1:225. 
pumilionis, European, 1: 

225. 

Sitotroga cerealella, 2:106. 
Barlow, J. G., cited, 7:297. 
Barnacle scale, 11:271, 287. 
Barnard, W. S., cited, 1:157, 163, 

184; 8:160; 9:317; 12:254. 
Barnes, W. D., insects from, 5:326. 
Barrett, G. C., cited, 11:146; 

quoted, 11:149. 
Barrows, W. D., insects from, 13: 

372 8 . 
Barry, P., insects from, 3:141; 5: 

324, 326. 
Barry, W. C., insects from, 7:381, 

384; 10:518; 11:205. 
basalis, Oberea, see O. bimaculata. 
Basilarchia archippus (syn. Limen- 
itis disippus), 1:327; 2:220:4: 
137; 10:507; 11:264; 14,:309 5 . 
arthemis (syn. Limenitis), 4: 
137; 7:219; 10:507; 11:264; 
14:309 5 . 

astyanax (syn. Limenitis ur- 
sula), 1:327; 11:264. 



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basilare, Sinoxylon, 1:330; 2:127, 

130; 11:208. 
basilaris, Erythroneura, see Typhlo- 

cyba comes var. 

Basilona imperialis (syn. Cerato- 
campa, Citheronia, Dryocampa, 
Eacles), 2:232; 4:20, 21; 5:324; 
9:447, 462; 10:481; 12:360; 13: 
342 8 -51 3 ; 14:310 7 , 312*, 334, 400 4 . 
Basket worm, see Bag worm. 
Bassett, H. F., insects from, 7:383; 

9:461, 463. 
bassettella, Euclemensia, 12:317, 

363. 

Bassus scutellaris, 12:211. 
Batchelor, Daniel, insects from, 

8:298. 
Batrachedra salicipomonella, 12: 

360. 
Baudi, Flaminio, cited, 2:136; 7:280, 

285. 

Bayer, J. W., insects from, 12:363. 
Bayley, E., insects from, 10:516. 
Bdellidae, 5:290. 
Beach, S. A. cited, 11:206. 
Beal's Grasses of North America 

cited, 11:146, 152. 
Bean, T. E. cited, 4:57; 7:225. 
Bean weevil, 2:49, 228; 6:172, 178, 
185; 7:217, 255-79, 367; 9:421, 
440; 10:382; 11:276, 286; 14: 
327 2 , 330 7 , 333 2 , 363 7 , 368 7 , 374 5 , 
383 3 . 
European, 7:279-85; 8:300; 9: 

440; 14:374 6 . 

Beans, inse'cts, etc., injurious to; 
army worm, 12:206. 
Bruchus obtectus (syn. B. ob- 
soletus), 2:49; 6:172, 185; 
7:217, 257; 8:298; 9:440, 
463; 10:511. 
rufimanus, 7:280; 8:299; 9: 

440. 
Cantharis nuttalli (syn. Lytta), 

8:294. 

cut worms, 2:28. 
Diabrotica vittata, 9:364. 
Epicauta cinerea, 8:294. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:120. 
Julus, 1:307. 
Mnorodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229; 2:14. 

Phytonomus punctatus, 2:14. 
Phorbia f usciceps (syn. Anthom- 

yia angustifrons), 4:179. 
Systena taeniata (syn. S. 

blanda), 9:344. 
Tetranychus telarius, 4:288; 

5:288. 
castor, Hydroeeia nitela (syn. 

Gortyna), on, 8:191. 
Beckwith, M. H., cited, 4:207; 10: 
378; 11:233; 12:254. 



Bed bug, 1:36, 62, 74, 79; 2:16, 152; 
4:112, 133; 10:435; 11:112; 
12:323; 13:374 5 ; 14:314*. 
big [Conorhinus], 4:111. 
Bedel, Louis, cited, 4:104. 
Bee, honey, 11:117-24. See also 

Bees. 
Bee keeper's magazine cited, 5:302; 

14:353 8 . 

Bee parasites, 1:79. 
Bee slayer, 3:107, 110; 4:204; 7:371; 

11:117; 14:352 8 . 
Beech, insects injurious to; 

Chrysobothris femorata, 6:155. 
Datana integerrima, 12:309. 
Feniseca tarquinius, 3:125. 
Incurvaria acerifoliella, 5:218. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Pemphigus imbricator (syn. 
Schizoneura), 3:123, 124, 142, 
152, 153; 12:355, 363; 14:394. 
Phloeotribus liminaris, 4:204. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143. 
Tremex columba, 4:38. 
Beech aphis, 2:181. 
Beech tree blight, 4:204; 12:355; 

14:346 8 , 352 4 , 394 6 . 
Beech tree borer, 14:361 8 . 
Bees, 1:40, 69, 74, 78, 168, 212; 
4:190; 7:290, 371; 10:497; 11:103; 
13:369; 14:319 2 ; honey dew food 
for, 14:348 2 ; killed by arsenical 
spray on blossoms, 14:381 T ; by 
bordeaux mixture in blossoms, 
11:123. 

Beet leaf miners, 14:335 8 , 338 5 , 372 1 . 
Beets, insects injurious to: 

Anthomyians, 1:183, 203; 2:46; 
4:314; 5:314; 8:285; 12:361; 
14:372 1 . 

cut worms, 8:236. 
Disonycha triangularis, 7:383. 
Epicauta cinerea, 12:354. 

vittata, 6:132, 133; 12:354. 

leaf miners, 1:183, 203-11; 2: 

46, 225; 3:85; 5:314; 8:285; 

9:375. 

Lygus pratensis, 8:285; 9:375; 

13:352 3 , 353 3 ; 14:372'. 
Mamestra picta, 2:1; 4:209; 

5:209. 
Otiorhynchus siugularis (syn. 

O. picipes), 10:419. 
sulcatus, 10:419. 
Pegomyia betae (syn. Antho- 

myia), 1:206. 
betarum (syn. Chortophila), 

1:208; 3:85. 
vicina, 1:209; 3:85. 
Phorbia brassicae (syn. P. floc- 

cosa), 1:207; 2:225. 
Phyllotreta vittata, 9:375. 



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Beets, insects injurius to; 

Systena taeniata (syu. S. 

blanda), 9:344, 375. 
behrensii, Nadata, see N. gibbosa. 
Belknap, C. G., insects from, 5:325. 
Bell, J. T., cited, 12:238 T ; 13:347 7 . 
Bellamira scalaris (syn. Leptura). 

5:285. 

Bellevoye, M., cited, 11:109. 
bellona, Argynnis, see Brenthis. 

Brenthis (syn. Argynnis), 4:137; 

5:285. 
bellus, Phytocoris, see Poecilocap 

sus lineatus. 

Belostoma americanum, 3:141; 4: 
^45, 208; 6:189; 7:383; 8:299; 10: 
512, 517; 14:357 9 . 
Belvoisia unifasciata (syn. Exorista 

flavicauda), 12:190, 210. 
Bembecia marginata (syn. Tro- 

chilium), 3:145; 9:450; 14:344 4 . 
Bembidium quadrimaculatum, 3:98- 

100, 140, 146; 14:344 7 , 352 4 . 
Bemis, W. L., studies of Bombus 

and Psithyrus, 1 1 :104. 
Benacus griseus, 7:383; 11:287. 
bennetii, Agdistis, 12:221. 
Bennett, A. W., cited, 11:248. 
Bentley, W. H., insects from, 1O: 

511. 
berberidis, Aphis, see Rhopalosi- 

phum. 
Rhopalosiphurn (syn. Aphis), 

9:405, 411, 412. 
Berlin EntomologiscTier Zeitschrift 

cited, 1:216. 
Berytidae, 4:156. 
Bessey, C. E., cited, 2:168. 
betae, Anthomyia, see Pegomyia. 
Chortophila, see Pegomyia. 
Pegomyia (syn. Anthomyia, A. 
sulcans, Chortophila), 1:204, 
206, 207. 

betarum, Chortophila, see Pego- 
myia. 

Pegomyia (syn. Chortophila), 
1:208; 3:85; 5:322; 14:308', 
341 8 . 

Bethune, C. J. S., cited, 1:173, 227, 

264; 2:69, 89, 102, 149; 4:28, 57; 

5:246; 7:256; 10:405, 454; 11:109, 

248; 12:192. 

'bethunei, Xylina, 1:328, 341; 11:265; 

12:360. 

Betula, insects injurious to, 4:178. 
Betula alba, see Birch, white. 
Intea, see Birch, yellow, 
pendula (var. valecardia) in- 
fested by Cecidomyia betu- 
lae, 11:162, 164. 

betulae, Cecidomyia, 3:86, 141; 4:27, 
205, 206; 11:162^65; 12:357; 14: 
343 7 , 357 s , 395 5 . 



betulaecolens, Aphis, see Callip- 

terus. 
Callipterus (syn. Aphis), 9:406, 

411, 412. 

Beutenmuller, William, cited, 9:300, 
301, 307; 11:138, 140, 141, 182; 
13:344 1 ; reference, 13:350 7 . 
Bibio albipennis, 2:110-15; 4:174; 
6:167, 174, 188; 7:369; 14:318 4 , 
324 7 , 342, 359 s . 
femorattis, 6:180; 14:328 1 . 
hortnlanus, 2:112. 
Bibiouidae, 2:111. 
bicarnea Agrotis, see Noctua. 

Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 1:340; 

10:377. 

bicaudatus, Amphicerus (syn. 
Apate, Bostrichus), 1:312, 
330; 2:12o-32r 9:447; 11:268; 
12:362; 14:311 2 , 342 7 . 
Apate, see Amphicerus. 
Bostrichus, see Amphicerus. 
bicolor, Anisota, see Sphingicampa. 
Cebrio, 3:100-1; 7:371; 14:319 l , 

352 s . 

Coptocycla, see Coptocycla bi- 
color. 
Podura, see Tomocerus pluin- 

beus. 
Sphingicampa (syn. Anisota), 

5:199. 

Trombidium, erroneous refer- 
ence of Bryobia pratensis. 
bicolorago, Orthosia, 1O:482. 

var. ferruginoides, Orthosia 
(syn. O. ferruginoides), 8:291; 
14:315 5 . 

bicornis, Bostrichus, 11:268. 
bidens, Pentatorna, see Picromerus. 
Pieromerus (syn. Pentatoma), 

4:133. 

biflda, Tettigonia, 9:395. 
bifldalis, Tortricodes, see Gaberasa 

ambigualis. 

bifoveolatus, Dinoderus, 11:286. 
biguttatus, Pirates, see Rasahus. 
Rasahus (syn. Pirates), 4:112, 

133. 

bilinearia, Endropia, 11:284. 
bilineata, Hexagenia, 4:124. 
bilineatum, Ophion, 4:205. 
bilineatus, Stenobothrus, see Or- 

phulella speciosa. 
Telephorus, 8:109, 173-74, 298; 

10:497; 14:382 7 . 
Bill bug, 1:260, 310. 
bimaculata, Coccinella, see Adalia 

bipunctata. 

Oberea (syn. O. basalis, O. per- 
spicillata, O. tripunctata Sa- 
perda, S. afflnis), 1:57, 297; 
4:47, 189, 207; 5:231-33; 7:369; 



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9:457; 11:170, 171, 14:314*, 
318 2 , 362 8 . 
Plnsia, 10:376. 
Saperda, see Oberea. 
Thelia, 1:284; 9:392. 
bimaculatus, Bombus, 11:104. 
bimarginata, Haltica (syn. H. alni), 

4:90-101; 5:170; 14:357 4 . 
binotata, Anomala, 10:413. 

Encbenopa (syu. Enchenophyl- 
luni binotatum, Membracis, 
Thelia), 1:281-88, 319; 4:203: 
6:177; 9:387, 410; 1O:493, 512; 
11:270. 

Membracis, see Enchenopa. 
Thelia, sec Enchenopa. 
binotatum, Enchophyllum, see En- 
chenopa binotata. 
Biological society of Washington, 

Proceedings cited, 9:317. 
bipunctata, Adalia (syn. Coccinella, 
C. biniaculata), 2:232; 3:137, 
148; 4:12, 194, 195; 6:117-19; 
7:375; 9:306, 370; 12:298; 13: 
362, 362 9 ; 14:320 T , 334 8 , 347 5 , 
367 8 . 

Coccinella, see Adalia. 
Birch, insects injurious to; 

Aphis betulaecolens, 9:406. 
Bucculatrix canadensisella, 8: 

106, 133-40, 297. 
Bythoscopns fenestratus, 9:400, 

410. 

minor, 9:400, 410. 
variabilis, 9:400, 410. 
Cecidomyia betulae, 4:27, 206; 

11:162, 163. 

Elaphidion villosum, 9:358-59. 
Eutettix seminuda (syn. By- 

thoscopus), 9:398. 
Hylotoma pectoralis, 12:359. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:109, 

173-74. 

white, insects injurious to; 
Anisota senatoria, 5:197. 
birch seed insect, 3:143. 
Cecidomyia betulae, 3:85, 86, 

141; 4:206; 11:162, 163. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
yellow, Bucculatrix species on, 

3:136, 140. 
Birch leaf Bucculatrix, 10:497; 14: 

832 2 . 
Birch seed insect or midge, 11:162- 

65; 12:357: 14,:343 7 , 395 B . 
Bird fly, 1:79. 
Bird lice, 1:80; 7:384. 
birdii, Empoasca, 11:270. 
Birds carrying Gossyparia ulmi. 
12:297; feeding on army worm, 



12:209; insectivorous, 9:349-51; 
12:212, 288; 14:383 5 , 369 5 . 
Birge, E. A., cited, 11:240; quoted. 

11:238. 

bisecta, Anisota, sec Sphingicampa 
Bphinglcampa (syn. Anisota), 

5:199; 7:373; 14:307 4 , 320 4 . 
Uissell, .1. C., insects from, 6:190. 
Biston ursaria, sec Lycia. 

vpsilon, xcc Nacophora. 
bistriaris, Parallelia, 10:482. 
bitaeniata, Systena, see S. taeniata. 
Bittacus, 10:463, 464, 467, 474, 477, 

478. 

apterus, 10:474, 478. 
italicus, 10:477. 
pilicornis, 10:476. 
strkosus, 10:473-80; 12:352; 

14:393 4 . 

Bittersweet, insects injurious to; 
Coptocycla bicolor (syn. C. 

aurichalcea), 6:125. 
clavata, 6:126. 

Enchenopa binotata, 1 :281 , 286. 
Nectarophora species, 10:512. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
bivittata, Cassida, 6:127. 

Saperda, see S. Candida, 
bivittatus, Melanoplus, 11:272. 
Xyloterus, see X. lineatus. 
bivulnerus, Chilocorus, 2:186; 5:267, 

300; 10:501; 12:361; 14:385 2 . 
Black, J. F., insects from, 3:140. 
Black corsair, 4:109-11; 14:339 1 . 
Black- Uy, 1:74; 2:112; 3:148; 5:283, 

1514: 11:106; 12:307, 320. 
Black knot (Plowrightia), 1:308; 4: 

185; 5 280-81, 320; 14:34r. 
Black rot, 4,:185. 
Black scale of California, 1:332; 

11:271. 

Black-worm, 1:312; 2:43; 4:163. 
Blackberry, insects injurious to; 
Agrilus ruficollis, 6:124; 10:407. 
Anomala marginata, 10:411. 
Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus, 

4:86. 
Lepyronia quadrangularis (syn. 

Aphrophora), 5:245. 
Lygus pratensis, 13:352 7 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus 

(rose bug), 4:199; 9:420. 
Sciara fulvicauda, 12:227, 361. 
Tischeria malifoliella, 11:162. 
Blackbird feeding on army worm, 

12:209. 

rod winged, 2:189. 
Blair, Mrs John, insects from, 4,: 

205. 

Blanchard, F., cited, 12:268. 
blanda, Systena, sec S. taeniata.. 
Blanket flower (Gaiilardia), Thrips 
tabaci on, 11:245. 



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Blatchley, W. S., cited, 9:330; 12: 

LM;.-, ; 13:353 7 . 

Blatner, J. H., insects from, 6:190. 
Blepharida rhois, 5:271. 
Bleptina species, 4:206. 
Bline, Jasper, insects from, 10:518. 
Blissus leucopterus (syn. Lygaeus, 
Micropus, Rhyparochromus, R. 
devastator), bibliography, 2:148- 
49; description, 2:150-51; dimor- 
phic form, 2:155-56; estimated 
loss caused by, 1:7; 2:156-67; gen- 
eral account, 2:148-64; hiberation, 
11:199; history, 2:151-52; injuries, 
2:4, 156-57; life history, 2:153-54; 
operations in N. Y., 2:157-60; 7: 
331-32; 11:198; 12:315; 13:361 6 ; 
reference, 1:17, 302; 2:166, 232, 
233; 5:317; 12:357; 13:369 3 , 374 5 ; 
14:334 S , 339 6 , 342 8 , 395 9 , 398 3 , 400 2 ; 
remedies, 1:58; 2:160-63; 11:199. 
Blister beetles, attacking beans, 8: 
294; attacking Clematis flam- 
mula, 4:201; attacking pota- 
toes, 5:321; 7:376-77; 8:290- 
91, 294; injuring beets, 12: 
354; reference, 6:119, 14:315 2 , 
317 4 , 350 8 ; remedies, 1:57; 3: 
135. 

ash-gray, 1:32, 57, 331; 5:305; 

6:135; 8:302; 9:466; 10:449-60, 

513; 11:269, 272, 288; 12:315, 

362; 14:328 8 , 354 9 , 399 5 . 

black, 1:305; 2:227; 6:135, 170; 

9:443; 10:496; 1 1:281; 14 :332 7 , 

361 7 , 368 1 , 376 1 , 381 s , 390 4 ; 

margined, 1:33. 57; 6:134; 12: 

354; 14:367 9 , 394 3 ; 
Say's, l^SGS 1 ; 

striped, 1:33, 40, 57, 300, 322; 
6:132-34, 176; 7:376; 12:354; 
14:322 4 , 326 1 , 367 9 , 394 s . 
Blodgett, J. E., insects from, 4:207. 
Blood-sucking cone-nose, 4:111. 
Bloomfield, E. N., cited, 8:141. 
Blue-jay feeding on army worm, 

12:209. 
Blue joint grass Sphenophorus 

sculptilis on, 1 :259. 
Blueberry insects injurious to; 

Clastoptera obtusa, 5:245; S: 

153. 

proteus, 8:153. 
Thecla liparops (syn. T. stri- 

gosa), 4:137. 
Bluebird, 2:8. 
Boardman, D. L., insects from, 3:- 

142. , 
Boarmia, 1:72. 

crepuscularia, see Cleora. 
pampinaria, see Cleora. 
plumigeraria, see Coniodes. 



Bobolink feeding on army worm, 

12:209. 

Body lice, 1:79. 

Boheman, C. H., cited, 7:279, 285. 
Boisduval, J. A., cited, 1:172; 5:179, 
180, 193, 200; Genera et index 
methodicus Europaeorum Lepidop- 
terorum cited, 5:210; Histoire 
naturelle des insectes. Species gen- 
eral des Lepidopteres cited, 5:174, 
180. 

Boletina species, 10:392. 
boletivorus, Achorutes, see Scho- 

turus. 
Schoturus (syn. Achorutes), 2:- 

206. 

Bolitophila cinerea, 10:392. 
disjuncta, 10:392. 
fusca, 10:392. 
Boll worm, 1:8, 38, 40, 117, 120, 125, 

126; 7:216, 263; 14:397 2 . 
Bollman, C. H., cited, 4:128. 
Bombarding beetle, 6:170; 14: 

361 6 . 

Bombus, 11:104. i 
aflinis, 11:104. 
bimaculatus, 11:104. 
borealis, 11:104. 
consimilis, 11:104. 
fervidus, 3:140. 
pennsylvanicus, 9:461; 11:284. 
ridingsii, 11: 104. 
species 9:461. 
ternarius, 1 1 :104. 
terricola, 11:104. 
vagans, 11:104. 
virginianus, 3:140. 
Bombycid moth, 9:426, 448. 
Bombycidae, breeding of, 1:340; 
caterpillars of, carnivorus, 1:119; 
dates of collection (abstract), 9: 
453; delayed pupation of, 1:137; 
depredating on apple tree, list of, 
1:328; 11:264; Limneria parasitic 
on, 3:91, 150; molting of, 1:98; 2: 
74; notes on N. Y. species, 9:455, 
456; reference, 11:106; 14:330 a ; 
sexual features of, 2:213, 214; 
species listed, 10:481; species 
treated, 1:81-99; 2:08;, 4:48-54; 5: 
183-200; 7:225, 302, 304, 306; 10: 
369-72; 13:3)42 -51 3 ; study and 
illustration of, 4:164; 5:317; urti- 
cating hairs of larvae, 4:52; wide 
range of food plants. 2:76-77. 
bombycis, Micrococcus, 2:40. 
Bombylidae, 1:182; 2:45; 4:175; 1O: 

360, 377; 12:308, 338; 11:106. 
Bombyliomyia abrupta (syn. Hy- 
stricia, H. vivida, Tachina vivitla). 
8:297; 9:462. 
Bombylius, 2:223. 



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Bombyx, 1:85. 

didyma, see Basilona imperialis. 
grata, see Euthisanotia. 
bonassi, Hypoderma, see H. lineata. 
Boneset, insects injurious to; 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:92. 
bonnetii, Anotia, 9:387. 
Book louse, 1:298, 316. 
Boophilus bovis (syn. Ixodes). 6: | 
156-68; 9:458; 13:375 4 ; 14:314, 
368 3 . 
Boots and shoes weekly cited, 4:197, 

198; 14:348 7 , 349 1 . 
borealis, Bombus, 11:104. 

Cerura, 1:137; 7:375; 9:456; 14: 

313 5 , 321 6 . 

Coccinella, see Epilachna. 
Dibolia (syn. D. aerea), 10:414- 

16, 511; 12:352; 14:393 4 . 
Epilachna, see Epilachna bore- 
alis. 

Gryllotalpa, 2:233; 6:149-51; 
10:519; 12:363; 14:335S 368 2 . 
boreata, Operophtera, 11:266. 
Borer, long horned, 12:238-39. 
Boreus, 2:236-37; 10:477. 

brumalis, 1:298; 2:238; 14:343 3 . 
hyemalis, 2:235-36. 
nivoriundus, 1 :298; 2:237-38; 14; 

343 8 . 

Bos, J. Ritzema, Tierische schadlinye 
. und nutzlinge cited, 7:280, 285; 8: 

141; 11:241, 242. 250; 12:230. 
Boston cultivator cited, 1 :227. 
Boston herald cited, 4:202; 14:351 1 . 
Boston journal cited, 9:300. 
Boston journal of natural history 
cited, 2:136, 188; 11:109; 12:264; 
13:335 3 ; quoted, 11:110. 
Boston society of natural history, 
Proceedings cited, 2:136, 139, 168; 
5:201; 9:300; 10:404; 12:293; 
13:335 3 . 

Bostrichinae, 2:132. 
Bostrichus bicaudatus, see Arnphi- 

cerus. 

bicornis, 11:268. 
typographus, see Tomicus. 
Bot-flies, 1:299. 

Bot-fly of the hare, 7:367; 14:368 9 . 
Bothwell, Herbert, insects from, 

10:512. 

Botis acutella, see Phlyctaenia. 
adipaloides, see Pyrausta. 
erectalis, see Pyrausta futilalis. 
ferrugalis, see Phlyctaenia. 
marculenta, sec Loxostege oblit- 

eralis. 

reversalis, see Mecyna. 
theseusalis, see Pyrausta. 
unifascialis, see Pyrausta. 
botrana Eudemis, 2:33. 



Botrytis bassiana, a fungus, 2:179; 

silkworm destroyed by, 2:179. 
Botys, 1:138. 

futilalis, see Pyrausta. 
Bouch6, P. F., cited, 4:114; Nalur- 
(/eschicJite der Insecten cited, 1:172, 
184. 
boucheanus, Dibrachys (syn. Semio- 

tellus clisiocampae), 6:186. 
bovinus, Tabanus, 4:199; 6:115. 
bovis, Boophilus (syn. Ixodes), 6: 
156-68; 9:458; 13:375'; 14:314", 
368 3 . 

Hypoderma, erroneous refer- 
ence of H. lineata. 
Hypoderma (syn. Oestrus), of 
Europe, 6:111-14; 13:364 5 ; 14: 
367 7 , 396 8 . 

Ixodes, see Boophilus. 
Oestrus, see Hypoderma. 
bovistae, Phora, 10:403. 
Bower, L., insects from, 11:284. 
Bowers & Sands, insects from, 13: 

374 3 . 
Bowles, G. J., cited, 1:216; 2:297; 

11:109. 

Box, insects injurious to; 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Psylla buxi, 2:18. 
Box elder, insects injurious to; 

Chrysobothris femorata, 6:155. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:156, 
157, 158, 193; 10:432, 436. 505. 
Pulvinarla innumerabilis, 6:143. 
Box elder plant bug, 4:156; 10:432- 
39, 503, 505; 11:270, 283. 287; 
12:352; 14:358 2 , 385 8 391 1 , 393 1 . 
Box turtle, warble fly, 6:111. 
Boyd, H. C., insects from, 4:205. 
Brachinus fumans, 6:170; 14:361". 
Brachynemurus abdominalis, 11: 

238. 

nigrilabris, 11:238. 
pumilus (syn. Myrmeleon), 11: 

238. 

brachypterus, Aleochara, 1:188. 
Brachy tarsus limbatus, 2:141. 
obsoletus, see B. variegatus. 
sticticus, see B. variegatus. 
variegatus Say (syn. Anthribus, 
B. obsoletus, B. sticticus), 2: 
139-41; 14:342 7 . 

varius, see ?Anthribus variega- 
tus Fourcr. 
Bracon species, 1:308; 12:359. 

vernoniae, 11:156. 
Braconid parasite of Bucculatrix, 

1 :161. 

Braconidae, 5:177, 253. 
Bradt, S. C., insects from 4:208; 5: 
324; 8:296; 11:285, 287; 13:373", 
374 7 . 

Brake, common, Lagoa crispata on, 
4:52. 



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Bran, mites (Tyroglyphus siro) in, 

6:170; 14:3G1 7 . 

Brass, W. C., insects from, 10:515. 
Brassica nigra, see Mustard, wild, 
brassicae, Anthomyia, see Phorbia. 
Aphis, 1:296; 6:147; 7:317, 372; 
9:405, 412, 440; 1O:495; 14: 
319, 3G8 2 , 374 6 , 378 2 , 381 1 . 
Phorbia (syn. Anthomyia, P. 
floccosa, Chortophila floccosa, 
Musca tloralis), 1:47, 171, 184- 
91, 192, 193, 207, 208, 296, 322; 
2:28, 225; 5:158, 225, 265, 319; 
9:431; 10:486; 14:331 7 , 335 s , 
335 9 , 340 7 , 349 U , 363 2 , 377 s . 
Plusia, see Plusia brassicae. 
brassicella, Cerostoma, see Plutella 

cruciferarum. 
Brauer, Friedrich, cited, 10:477; 

11:240. 

Bray, Anderson, insects from, 7:381. 
Brazilian Mantis, 4:160. 
bredowii var. californica, Hetero- 
chroa (syn. H. californica), 8:296. 
Brenthis bellona (syn. Argynnis), 

4:137; 5:285. 

inyrina (syn. Argynnis), 4:137. 
Brephos infans, 7:375; 14:321". 
breweri, Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 
Brewster, G. W. H., on army worm, 

12:196. 
Briggs, A. H., insects from 6:188, 

190. 

Briggs, J. B., insects from, 8:297. 
Briukerhoff, Mrs E. C., insects 

from, 9:463. 

Bristle tails, 1:79; 2:207; 11:252. 
Bristly rose worm, 10:499. 
British wheat midge, 1:9. 
Britton, W. E., cited, 12:194. 
brizo, Nisoniades, sec Thanaos. 

Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

336, 337; 7:375; 14 :321 4 . 
Brochymena annulata, 11:270. 

carolinensis, 11:270. 
Brodie, Dr, cited, 11:250. 
Bromus mollis, see Chess, soft. 
Brooklyn citizen cited, 4:128. 
Brooklyn entomological society, 
Bulletin cited, 2:57; 4:20, 35, 36, 
151; 9:307; 12:268; 13:343 7 ; Check 
list of Macrolcpidoptcra of America 
cited 13:343 8 . 
Brookinansia, Plnsia dyaus on, 2: 

94. 
Brooks, Jonas, insects from, 5:326; 

6:189. 
Brooks, M., on Cicada chambers, 

10:516, 517, 518; 12:280-81. 
Brooks, W. P., cited, 12:194. 
brousii, Eristalis (syn. E. meigenii), 
9:462. 



Brown, A. K, insects from, 6:188. 
Brown, E. C., & Co., insects from. 

10:511. 
Brown, Mrs J. C., insects from, 5: 

324; 9:461. 

Brown, M. L., insects from, 13:375 5 . 
Bnichidae, 7:255-88. 
Bruchophagus species, 7:282; 12: 

359. 

Bruchus fiffinis Froelich (syn. B. 
flavimanus Bohem.), 7:268, 
282, 284. 

nffinis of Europe, 7:284. 

atomarius, 7:268, 282, 284. 

breweri, see B. obtectus. 

chinensis (syn. B. scutellaris), 
6:127; 7:282, 383; 8:295; 10: 
382; 14:317 8 , 367 9 . 

fabae, see B. obtectus. 

fabi, see B. obtectus. 

flavimanus Boliem., see B. affi- 
nis Froelich. 

granaria Pack., see B. obtectus. 

granarius Linn., see B. rufima- 
nus Bohem. 

irresectus, see B. obtectus. 

lentis, 7:285-88; 9:440; 14:374. 

minus, 7:285. 

obscurus (a probable error for 
obtectus). 

obsoletus, see B. obtectus. 

obtectus (syn. B. breweri, B. 
fabae, B. fabi, B. granaria 
Pack., B. irresectus, B. ob- 
soletus, B. pallidipes, B. 
subellipticus, B. varicornis), 
2:49, 228; 6:178, 185; 7:217, 
255-79, 267, 383; 8:298; 9:440, 
463; 10:382, 511; 11:286; 12: 
362; 14:327 2 , 330 7 , 333 2 , 368 s , 
374 5 . 

pnllidipes, see B. obtectus. 

phaseoli, 7:263. 

pisi, sec B. pisorum. 

pisorum (syn. B. pisi), 6:127, 
128; 7:256, 263, 268, 280, 286; 
9:439; 12:355; 14:353 4 , 373 s , 
394 s . 

rutimanus Bohcm. (syn. B. 
granarius Linn.), 6:128; 7: 
2(53, 267, 268, 279-85, 286, 
383; 8:299; 9:440; 14:374 6 . 

rufimanus ScJiou., erroneous 
reference of B. lentis. 

scutellaris, see B. chinensis. 

seminarius, 7:283, 284. 

subarmatus, erroneous refer- 
ence of B. obtectus. 

subellipticus, sec B. obtectus. 

varicornis, see B. obtectus. 
brumalis, Boreus, 1:298; 2:238; 14: 
343 s . 



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l)ni mails, Trichocera, 1:208; 2:243; 

14:343*. 

brumosa, Acronycta, 11:265. 
Bruner, Lawrence, cited, 2:188; 10: 
378, 433; 11:182, 263; 12:192, 218, 
254; 13:353 2 ; Insect enemies of the 
apple tree and its fruit cited, 11: 
250, 263; Insect enemies of small 
grains cited, 11:250. 
Brnnetti, E., cited, 10:405. 
Brnnn, A. E., cited, 11:160; quoted, 

11:161, 187. 
brunnea, Colaspis, 1:321; 6:183. 

Parandra, 11:268. 
bruimeicollis, Agrotis, see Rhynch- 

agrotis. 

Rhynchagrotis (syn. Agrotis), 
, 7:375; 14:321 9 . 
brnnnenm, Orthosoma, 4:20, 22; 

1 1 :268. 

brimneus, Ptinus, 4:00, 02; 6:188. 
Bryobia pallida, sec B. pratensis. 
pratensis (syn. B. pallida, 
Trombidinm bicolor in error), 
2:224; 3:128-30; 6:158, 150, 
160, 161, 180; 7:321-24, 365; 
9:440; 10:450, 486; 11:272, 
288; 13:375 4 ; 14:328*, 331, 
352 5 , 350 2 , 367 s , 368 8 , 374 7 , 377". 
speciosa, 11:272. 
Brysocrypta hamamelidis, see Hor- 

maphis. 

rhois, see Pemphigus, 
ulmicola, see Colopha. 
bubalus, Ceresa, 1:284, 315, 318,331; 
4:146, 147, 208; 7:360; 8:204; 9: 
390; 11:270; 14:317 8 , 357 9 , 365 1 . 
buccata, Cuterebra, 2:46. 
bucculatricis Encyrtus, 1:160. 
Bucculatrix ambrosiaefoliella, 1: 

344; 8:106, 138. 

canadensisella, 3:136, 140; 8: 
106, 133-40, 207; 10:360, 407; 
14:382 2 . 

pomifoliella (syn. B. pomo- 
nella); distribution, 1:158-50; 
5:261; 7:354; 8:123; general 
account, 1:157-58; 5:260-62; 
life history, 1:157-58; 5:260- 
61; parasites, 1:150-61; 8:123; 
10:369; Psocus bred from, 1: 
161-62; reference, 1:166, 330, 
344; 2:224; 6:174, 187; 7:216, 
350, 368, 382; 8:135, 136, 137, 
218, 281, 283; 9:445; 10:510; 
11:267; 12:307, 360; 14:325 2 , 
331 s , 335 T , 339 T , 364 7 , 369 2 , 370 7 , 
371 4 , 376 9 ; remedies, 1:162; 5: 
262, 317. 

pomonella, see B. pomifoliella. 
thuiella, 1:162. 



Buckeye, insects injurious to; 

Proteoteras aesculana, 12:215, 

217. 
Steganoptycha claypoliana, 12: 

216, 217. 
Brckton, G. B., Monograph of 

British aphides cited, 5:246, 253. 
Buckwheat, insects injurious to; 
Anosia plexippus (syn. Danais 

archippus), 5:285. 
Mamestra picta, 4:16; 5:200. 
Vanessa atalanta (syn. Pyra- 

meis), 5:285. 
Bud mites, 5:200. 

Bud moth or worm, attacking 
plum, 7:355; life history; 7:306-7; 
on apple tree, 1:320; 4:14, 206; 7: 
363; ravages, 8:124, 218-10; 9:206; 
reference, 5:304; 7:216, 382; 8: 
288; 9:203, 372, 373, 440, 462; 10: 
488, 400; 11:121, 266; 12:307; 14: 
365 2 , 366 5 , 370 7 , 371 3 , 373 7 , 374 3 , 
378 5 ; remedies, 7:307, 360. 
Buffalo bug, 9:302. 
Buffalo courier cited, 8:203; 14:316 4 . 
Buffalo fly, 5:220, 226; 7:333; 9:444; 
13:364; 14 :306 3 . See also Buffalo 
gnat. 

Buffalo gnat, 5:314; 14:338 8 . 
Buffalo moth, 11:280. 
Buffalo society of natural sciences, 
Bulletin cited, 1:116, 211; 2:80, 
116; 5:201, 207, 210; 7:228; 9:459; 
10U430; 11:135, 146, 152; 12:218; 
13:352"; 14,:305 5 , 307, 314 7 . 
Buffalo tree hopper, 1 :284, 315, 318, 

331; 4:146, 208; 11:270. 
buffaloensis, Sesia, see Hemaris. 
Hemaris (syn. Sesia), 9:451; 

14:312 2 , 358 8 . 

" Bug-catcher," 1 1 : 188-80. 
Bugnion, Edward, cited, 10:405. 
Bullard, W. S., spraying trees, 12: 

264. 

Bullen, J. J., insects from, 10:512. 
Bumble bee, 1:310; 7:200. 
Buprestidae, 1:30, 308; 4:182; 6:123; 

10:406-7; 11:267. 
Buprestis fasciata, 10:516. 

ruficollis, see Agrilus. 
Burdock, insects on; 

Chortophila conformis (syn. 

Musca), 1:200. 
Dorthesia species, 1:286. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 

1:115. 
Melanoplus femur-rubrum, 6: 

152. 

Burmeister, H. C. C., Handbu-ch der 
Entomologie cited, 1:233; 2:188; 
10:411: Manual of entomology 
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Burnett, H. S., cited, 12:192. 
Burnett, W. I., cited, 2:168. 
Burning bush, insects on; 
Aphis rumicis, 14:375 3 . 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Burr, J. H. T., insects from, 10:515. 
Burrill, T. J., cited, 1O:453. 
Burrowing beetle, 7:371. 
Burt, S. W., insects from, 12:303. 
Burying beetles, 5:289. 
Busick, Mrs K. M., insects from, 

5:324. 

Butalis cerealella, see Sitotroga. 
Butler, A. W., cited, 7:296. 
Buttercup, Meloe angusticollis on, 

6:130. 
Butterfield, J. L., insects from, 11: 

286. 

Butterflies, "assembling", 1:70; 
calendar of (abstract), 9:453, 
456; 14:311 8 , 312 4 ; classifica- 
tion, 1:78; contributions of, 
6:186-87; Edwards' work on, 
1:22; in the Adirondacks, 5: 
285; larvae, 8:170; list of N. 
Y. species (abstract), 9:449; 
14:311 7 ; mouth parts of, 12: 
326; number of, 4:165, 181; 
Phymata wolffii (syn. P. 
erosa), capturing, 7:371; 'ref- 
erence, 1:227, 10:466; 14:319 2 ; 
scarcity of, 12:307; South 
American from E. Corning jr, 
7:220; species treated of, 8: 
169-70; 9:336-37; studies of, 
4:173, 174; swarming, 10:490. 
' carnivorous, 4:179'. 
little orange, 8:169-70; 10:497; 

14:382 B . 

Butternut, insects injurious to; 
Carynota mera, 9:388. 
Clastoptera obtusa, 8:153. 
Corythuca juglandis, 4:108. 
Cyllene pictus, 8:176. 
Enchenopa binotata, 1:287, 319. 
Halisidota caryae, 7:355. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Pomphopoea sayi, 6:135. 
Buttonwood, Corythuca ciliata on 

4:107, 108. 
buxi, Psylla, 2:18. 
Buxus sempervirens, see Box. 
Byington, W. W., insects from, 1O: 

518. 

Byrne, J., insects from, 10:515. 
Byrrhus scrophulariae, see Anthre- 

nus. 
Bythoscopus ciitellarius, see Tham- 

notettix. 

fagi (syn. Athysanus), 9:401. 
fenestratus (syn. Athysanus), 
9:400, 410. 



Bythoscopus minor (syn. Athysa- 
nus), 9:400, 410. 

nigrinasi (syn. Athysanus), 9:- 
401, 410. 

seminudus, see Eutettix semi- 
nuda. 

strobi, see Phelpsius. 

tergatus, see Chlorotettix ter- 
gata. 

unicolor, see Chlorotettix. 

variabilis (syn. Athysanus, A. 

abietis), 9:400, 410. 
Byturus unicolor, 8:298. 

Cabbage, insects injurious to; 

Aphis brassicae, 6:3,48; 7:317, 
372; 9:4O5, 440; 10:495; 14: 
319 9 , 378 2 . 

Carneades tessellata (syn. Agro- 
tis), 7:382. 

Cheflymorpha argus, 14:350 8 . 

Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7:315. 

Epicauta vittata, 6:135. 
pennsylvanica, 14:332 7 . 

Feltia 'annexa (syn. Agrotis), 
8:235. 

Julus caeruleocinctus, 6:190; 
10:446. 

Lygus pratensis, 13:351 7 , 35 1 9 . 

Mamestra picta. 5:209*. 

subjuncta (syn. Hadena), 

1:58; 8:235. 
trifolii, 8:235. 

Melanotus species, 7:360. 

Murgantia histrionica, 1:264; 
2:146; 6:177; 7:372; 8:290, 
292; 9:315, 441, 463; 11:280; 
12:349; 14:315 2 , 316 s , 319 8 . 

Noctua clandestina (syn. Agro- 
tis), 8:234, 235. 

Otiorhynchus ovatus, 10:418. 

Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 
tis), 5:205. 

Phorbia brassicae (syn. Antho- 
myia, P.floccosa), 1:208; 2:28; 
5:157, 158; 9:431, 432; 1O:486. 

Phyllotreta vittata, 1:60. 

Pieris rapae, 1:9, 39, 52, 59; 7: 
335; 8:251; 14:310. . 

Plusia brassicae, 2:91; 6:184; 
9:295; 10:487; 14:378*. 

Polydesmus complanatus, 3: 

133. 
serratus, 12:301. 

Smynthurus hortensis, 2:207. 

Strachia ornata, 1 :270. 

Thrips, 9:445, 464. 

tabaci, 11:242, 243, 244; 13: 
363 9 . 

wire worms, 13:367"; 14:365'. 

Xylophasia devastatrix (syn. 
Hadena), 1:58; 8:235. 



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427 



Cabbage Aphis, general account, 6: 
147-48; reference, 1:296, 322; 7: 
372; 9:405, 440; 14:319 9 , 368% 374", 
381 1 ; remedies, 2:32; 6:148; 7:318; 
9:432; 10:495; unusual abundance 
of, 7:317-18. 

Cabbage butterfly, increased in- 
juries in this country, 1:9; intro- 
duced, 1:80, 240; 8:251; parasites, 
1:189; 9:447; poisonous nature of, 
9:446; reference, 1:194, 267, 269, 
322; 2:90, 92, 93; 3:109; 5:300; 9: 
454; 14:310*, 312 7 , 353 3 ; remedies, 
1:39, 43. 

Cabbage caterpillars, 1:59; 9:422; 
Zebra, 2:216; 4:16; 5:206; 10:492; 
11:265; 13:372 3 ; 14:362 7 , 379. 
Cabbage cut worm, 5:323. 
Cabbage fly (Anthomyia radicum), 
1:186; attacking turnips, 1:185; 
description of stages, 1:180-87; 
general account, 1:184-91; natural 
enemies, 1:187-90; operations, 1: 
184-85; 5:265-06; reference, 1:193, 
208, 322; 10:486; 14:349 9 , 362*, 
363 2 , 377 8 ; remedies, 1:47, 190; 5: 
158-59; 9:431. 
Cabbage gall weevil, 1:65. 
Cabbage maggot, 5:157, 158; 6:166; 
9:418, 431; 10:484; 14:310 4 , 347 9 , 
359 4 , 376 4 , 377 1 . 

Cabbage moth caterpillars, 1:271. 
Cabbage Plusia, 9:296; 14:330 3 . 
Cabbage Thrips, 14:376. 
Cabbage worm, 1:40, 52, 59; 2:20, 

27, 32; 7:337; 9:444, 446. 
Cacoecia argyrospila (syn. Tortrix 
furvana), 1:329; 5:324; 9:374; 
10:483; 11:266. 
cerasivorana, 1O:483. 
purpurana, 10:483. 
rosaceana, 1:329; 5:213; 6:187; 
7:355; 9:418; 11:121, 266; 12: 
312, 356, 360; 14:395 2 , 399*. 
rosana, 10:516; 11:266. ! 
cacti, Chilocorus, 5:300. 

Coccus, 11:201. 
Cactus, Leptocoris trivittatus on, 

4:158; 10:438. 

prickly pear, Dactylopius adoni- 
dum (syn. D. longifllis) on, 
2:56. 

cadaverlna, Lucilia, see Pyrellia. 
Pyrellia (syn. Lucilia), 1:299. 
Caddice cases, 6:189. 
Caddice fly, 1:79; 4:165. 
Caddice worm, 1:79; 4:190. 
Caecidotea stygla, a crustacean, 9:- 

349. 

Caecilius, in willow galls, 1:161. 
caelatus, Xyleborus, 2:54, 55. 
caementarius, Pelopoeus, 4:205; 11: 
284; 12:359. 



Caenis nigra Eagcn M ., 4:123. 
Caeoma nitens, see Raspberry rust, 
caeruleocinctus, Julus, see Julus 

caeruleocinctus. 

caeruleum, Chalybion (syn. Pelo- 
poeus), 3:135, 140; 4:205; 11:284; 
12:359; 13:371 2 . 
caeruleus, Ichneumon, 7:228. 

Pelopoeus, see Chalybion cae- 
ruleum. 
caesar, Lucilia, 1:69, 299; 4:180; 

12:210. 
caespitalis, Pyrgus (syn. P. petreius, 

P. ricara), 1:336. 
caespitum, Tetramorium, 11:113. 
caja, Arctia (syn. Euprepria, E. 

americana), 9:452; 14:312 3 . 
Euprepria, see Arctia. 
Calamagrostis canadensis, see Blue 

joint grass. 

Calandra (syn. Sitophilus), 1:305. 
granaria (syn. C. remotepimc- 
tata), 1:304, 316; 5:325; 6:189; 
7:365; 8:278; 9:308; 10:517; 
12:362; 14:367 5 , 365 9 , 369 4 . 
oryzae, 7:362, 383; 9:308; 10: 

511; 14:374 3 . 

remotepunctata, see C. gran- 
aria. 

calanus, Thecla, 11:264. 
calcarata, Saperda, 1:297; 11:269. 
calcaratus, Notoxus, 11:269. 
calceola MS., Anthomyia, 1:195. 
calcitrans, Stomoxys, 1:299; 5:221, 
222, -225, 308; 7:333; 8:193; 9:444; 
12:337; 13:372 9 ; 14:376'. 
caldaria, Sciara, 10:396, 397-99, 510; 

12:351; 14:308 3 , 378, 393 2 . 
Calendula, Spilosoma virginica on, 

7:304. 

Calf tree hopper, 1:331; 11:270. 
calidum, Calosoma, 1:128; 8:237; 

10:516; 12:209, 361. 
California academy of sciences, 

Proceedinqs cited, 7:225. 
California lappet moth, 11:265. 
California state board of horticul- 
ture, Biennial report cited, 11:222, 
232; 12:293. 

calif ornica, Chrysobothris, 11:267. 
Clisiocampa, 11:265. 
Gastropacha, 1 1 :265. 
Heterochroa, see H. bredowii 

var. 

Pyrrharctia, see P. Isabella, 
caliginosus, Harpalus, 8:237; 12: 

209. 

caliptera, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

297. 

Calista forceps, see Scutigera. 
Calla, Tetranychus telarius on, 5: 
287. 



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Callidium antennatuin, 13:373. 
colonus, see Xylotrechus. 
species on hemlock, 4:20, 23. 
Gallidryas eubule, 1:72. 
Callimorpha confusa, see Haploa. 
fulvicosta, 11:264. 
lecontei, sec Haploa. 
Calliphora fulvibarbis, 1:299. 
vomitoria, 1:69, 170, 299. 
Ca-llipterinae, 9:412. 
Callipterus betulaecolens (syn. 

Aphis), 9:406, 411, 412. 
castaneae, 9:463. 
mucidus, 1:331; 11:271. 
ulmifoliae, 13:362 7 ; 14:400 3 . 
Callosamia angulifera, 4:206. 

promethea (syn. Attacus), co- 
coons of, 12:338, 339, 340; ex- 
periment with larvae, 12:340; 
larvae of, 12:339-40; life 
history, 12:338-41; reference, 
1:72, 98, 328; 5:324; 9:455; 
11:265; 14:313 3 . 
Callostoma fascipennis of Europe, 

1:182. 
caluiariensis, Chrysomela, sec Gal- 

erucella Inteola. 
Crioceris, sec Galerucella lute- 

ola. 
Galertica, see Galerucella 

luteoln. 

Pyrrhocoris, of Europe, 2:166. 
Calocampa nupera, 9:459; 14:307 6 , 

314 7 . 

vetusta, 9:459. 

Caloptenus atlanis, sec Melanoplus 
differentialis, sec Melanoplus. 
femur-rubrum, see Melanoplus. 
spretus, see Melanoplus. 
Calopterygina, 7:220. 
Calopteryx amata, 7:220. 
Calosoma calidum, 1:128; 8:237-, 

10:516; 12:209, 361. 
externum, 12:209. 
scrutator, 10:491, 516; 12:209, 

361; 14:379 7 . 

sycophanta, 10:491; 14:379 T . 
wilcoxi, 12:209. 
Calpodes ethlius (syn. Pamphila), 

10:502; 14:385 7 . 
Calumba, Sitodrepa panicea in. 4: 

92. 

Calvert, P. P., list of Odonata of 

New York, referred to, 11:104-5. 

Camaronotus cinnamopterus, see 

Pilophorus. 

fraternis, see Pilophorus. 
Cambridge entomological club, 14: 

30o . 

Cambridf/c natural history cited, 11: 
241, 250. 



Camel cricket, 4:160. 
Camellia, insects injurious to; 
Aramigus fulled, 2:142. 
?Parlatoria species, 8:214, 279; 

14:369 7 . 

eamelliae, Aspidiotus, 11:271. 
canielus, Smilia (syn. S. vittata), 9: 

389. 

Cameron, Peter, Monograph of the 
British phytophagus Hymcn-optcra 
cited, 13:336 a , 338". 
Camnula pellucida, 1:332; 10:443; 

11:271. 
Campbell. C. W., insects from, 5: 

324, 326. 
Campbell, J. G., insects from, 12: 

364. 

Campbell, J. P., cited, 11:127, 135. 
Campbell, W. B., insects from, 8: 

300. 

campestrana, Sericoris, 10:483. 
campestris, Clytus, see Xylotrechus 

colonus. 

Campodea fragilis, 1:101. 
Camponotus, 8:300. 

herctilaneus (syn. Formica, F. 
noveboracensis), 1:330; 
2:377; 7:377; 10:365, 366. 
491; 11:264; 12:181; 14: 
322 5 , 379 4 , 399 4 . 
var. pennsylvanicus (syn. 
Formica pennsylvanica), 
1:62; 10:365; 11:113; 12: 
181, 182. 

Campsomyia macellaria, see Lucilia. 
Camptogramma fluviata, see Per- 

cnoptilota. 
Campylenchia curvata (syn. En- 

chophyllum latipes), 9:387, 410. 
cana, Orgyia, see Notolophus vetus- 
ta var. 

Canada department of agriculture, 
Central experimental farm, Bul- 
letin cited, 11:170; Report of the 
entomologist and botanist cited, 
5:164, 216; 7:280; 8:133; 10:454; 
11:250; 12:192. 
Canada thistle, Vanessa cardui 

(syn. Cynthia) on, 1:320. 
canadaria, Melanolophia (syn. Teph 

rosia), 4:20, 21. 
Tephrosia, see Melanolophia. 
canadensis, Leptura, 4:20, 23. 
Panorpa, 10:478. 
Polydesmus, see P. serratus. 
Sphinx (syn. S. plota), 4:137; 

14:350 2 , 357 9 . 
Trirhabda, 4:142, 143; 14:350', 

35T 9 . 

canadensisella, Bucculatrix, 3:136, 
140; 8:106, 133-40, 297; 10:369, 
497; 14:382 2 . 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



429 



Canadian entomologist, abstracts 
from, 14:307% 307 4 , 307 9 , 308", 312 B , 
315 4 , 315 s , 316 4 , 317 4 , 318", 319", 
320 4 , 320 8 , 322 8 , 323 1 , 327 s , 330 2 , 
331 8 , 337 3 , 373 9 , 373 7 ; cited, 1:99, 
127, 149, 151, 157, 181, 184, 194, 
201, 207, 216, 227, 233; 2:69, 89, 
97, 136, 142, 203, 225; 4:35, 51, 57, 
103, 104; 5:164, 174, 193, 207, 216, 
234, 311; 6:179, 184; 7:225, 247, 
371, 372, 373, 374, 377, 378; 8:133, 
141, 152, 155, 160, "288, 289, 291, 
292, 294; 9:300, 317, 318, 330, 454: 
10:405, 408, 416, 417, 453, 454, 
478; 11:127, 134, 135, 138, 139, 146, 
157, 160, 177, 182, 232, 234, 240, 
241, 249, 250, 251; 12:183, 186, 191, 
218, 237, 238, 243, 248, 249, 253, 
254, 265, 268, 293; 13:335 4 , 338*, 
338 5 , 338 7 , 343 5 , 343 6 , 343 T , 351", 
352 2 , 352 T , 352 8 , 353*. 
Canadian journal cited, 7:225; 12: 

183. 

Canadian naturalist cited, 7:225. 
Canady, G., insects from, 12:198. 
canaliculatus, Valgus, 11:268. 
Canarsia hammondi (syn. Pem- 

pelia), 1:329; 11:266. 
Canary grass, Nectarophora grana- 
ria (syn. Siphonophora avenae) 
on, 5:252. 

Candida, Cerura, see C. scitiscripta. 
Saperda, see Saperda Candida, 
candidatum, Poecilosoma, 13:336 4 . 
Candy tuft, insects on; 

Phyllotreta vittata, 1 :60. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 
canellus, Typophorus (syn. Paria 
aterrima), 6:183, 188; 7:360; 9: 
463; 10:495, 511; 14:329 7 , 365 8 , 
381* 

caniciilaris, Cicada, 2:179; 9:385. 
Homalomyia (syn. Musca do- 

mestica minor), 1:168, 171. 
cariinus, Dermestes (syn. D. inuri- 

nus), 9:462. 

Canker worm, destruction by, 3:84, 
85; 5:258-59; 9:296; 13:365 2 ; 
distribution, 1:11; 2:7; frater- 
nal potter wasp preying upon, 
6:110; reference, 1:226; 3:144; 
4:185, 200; 5:318; 9:422; 11: 
121; 12:360; 14:340 4 , 343 5 , 
344 8 , 349 7 , 363 1 , 392 1 , 396 5 , 399 4 ; 
remedies, 1:33, 57, 64; 2:27, 
44; 5:242, 259; 10:488; 12:311, 
312, 350; studies of, 4:163; 8: 
227. 

autumn or fall, 1:329; 4:15; 5: 
282, 317; 11:266; 13,:370; 14,: 
398 7 . See also Alsophila 
pometaria. 



Canker worm, spring, 11:266; 12: 
311-12, 360; 14:331, 33l, 338', 
343, 352 s . See also Paleacrita 
vernata. 
Canna, insects injurious to; 

Calpodes ethlius (syn. Pain- 

phila), 10:502; 14:385 7 . 
Pyrrharctia isabella (syn. Spilo- 

soma), 10:502; 14:385 7 . 
Cantaloupe, insects injurious to; 
Margaronia nitidalis (syn. Eu- 

dioptis), 11:127, 131, 132. 
Systena elongata, 9:344. 
Cantharides, 4:92; 10:434. 
Cantharis atrata, see Epicauta penn- 

sylvanica. 
marginata, see Chauliognathus 

marginatus. 
nuttalli (syn. Lytta), 8:294; 14: 

31T* 

vosicatoria, see Lytta. 
vittata, see Epicauta. 
Cantlion, reference to paper on, 4: 

175; C. laevis, 3:102; 7:382. 
Cape jessamine, Aramigus fuller! 

on, 2:143. 

Capnia pygmaea (syn. Perla nivi- 
cola), 1:298; 2:239; 11:288; 14: 
343 1 . 

capra, Odynerus, 9:461. 
capraea, Cyllene, see Neoclytus. 

Neoclytus (syn. Cyllene), 1:297. 
capreae, Siphocoryne, 3:123. 
caprifolium, Abia, see Zaraea in- 

flata. 
Capsi3ea, 10:475; 11:248. 

species treated of, 13:351 4 -57 8 . 
Capsns oblineatus, see Lygus pra- 

tensis. 
quadrivittatus, see Poecilocap- 

sus lineatus. 
succinctus, see Largus. 
captivum Hotv., Isosonia, 4:34, 35. 
cara, Catocala, 1:90. 
Carabid beetle, 1:128, 144, 145. 
Carabidae, 1:69; 3:99, 146; 4:81, 82; 
5:303; 8:238; 10:491, 493, 496; 12: 
209, 235-37, 353. 
Caradrina fidicularia, see C. multi- 

fera. 

miranda, 10:482. 
multifera (syn. C. fidicularia), 

7:375; 10:482; 14:321'. 
carbonarium, Monomorium, 10:366. 
Carcelia leucaniae, see Winthemia 

qnadripustulata. 
cardinalis, Novius (syn. Vedalia), 6: 

105; 7:360, 382; 14:365*. 
Vedalia, see Novius. 
cardui, Cynthia, see Vanessa. 
Pyrameis, see Vanessa. 
Vanessa (syn. Cynthia, Pyra- 
meis), 1:320; 3:91; 7:228. 



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Carduus, Peridroma saucia (syn. 

Agrotis) on, 5:205. 
caricae, Lecanium, see Pulvinaria 

innumerabilis. 

caricinus, Corymbites, 11:267. 
carinata, Microgaster, see M. gele- 

chiae var. 
Sirthenea, 4:113. 
Carman, Mrs Frederick, insects 

from, 8:296. 

Carnation, insects, etc., injurious to; 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Thrips, 11:250. 
Tyroglyphus heteromorphus, 

11:254. 

Carnation mite, 11:254-60; 12:357. 
Carneades messoria (syn. Agrotis, 
A. cochrani, A. repentis), 1: 
58, 328, 340; 5:210; 8:188, 236; 
11:121, 265. 
obeliscoides, 13:372. 
perpolita (syn. Agrotis), 7:375; 

14:321'. 
redimicula (syn. Agrotis), 10: 

377. 
scandens (syn. Agrotis), 1 :58, 

328; 11:121, 265. 
tessellata (syn. Agrotis, A. ni- 
gricans var. maizi), 7:375, 
382; 11:265; 14:321 9 . 
cnrneola, Erastria, 9:456. 
carnifex, Cimex, see Cosmopepla. 
Cosmopepla (syn. Cimex), 2: 

144-47; 9:458; 14:314 S , 342 8 . 
Eysarcoris, see Cosmopepla. 
Pentatoma, see Cosmopepla. 
Carolina, Dissosteira, 10:443. 
Mantis, see Stagmomantis, 
Phlegethontius (syn. Sphinx), 

1:322; 8:242; 14:343 5 . \ 
Sphinx, see Phlegethontius. 
Stagmomantis (syn. Mantis, M. 
inquinata), 4:158-62, 193; 7: 
357; 8:300; 14:347 8 , 358 2 . 
carolinensis, Brochymena, 11:270. 
carolinus, Telephorus, 8:173. 
carotae, Aphis, of Europe, 3:123. 
Carpet beetle or bug, detailed ac- 
count of two species, 9:299- 
306; general account (ab- 
stract), 7:372; 11:280; habits, 
2:46, 47; 5:267-68; 9:303-4; 
11:172-74; increased destruc- 
tiveness in America, 1:9; in- 
troduction, 6:175; 7:335; lady- 
bird mistaken for, 4:195, 196; 
6:117, 118; 9:306; occurring 
on flowers, 4:141; 11:172, 173; 
reference. 1:78, 227; 2:232; 4: 
131. 133, 179; 5:325; 6:120; 7: 
373, 374, 377; 8:292, 295; 9: 
302, 303< 10:498; 11:286; 12: 



357; 13 



359 3 , 367 4 ; 14:316 4 , 



319 3 , 319 s , 320 3 , 320 7 , 
322 9 , 325 5 , 332 2 , 334", 
348 4 , 363 3 , 366 9 , 383 4 , 
397 4 , 400 1 ; remedies, 
2:47-48; 7:364; 9: 



316 s , 317 5 
321 2 , 322 7 
338 4 , 338 5 
3S9 9 , 395 7 
1:59, 64; 
304-6. 
black, 9:302, 304; 11:276; 14: 

38S 5 . 

Carpet bug, see Carpet beetle. 
Carpet fly [Scenopinus fenestralis], 

2:44. 

Carpet moth, 1:64; 4:140. 
carpini, Psylla, 9:404, 411. 

var. annulata, Psylla (syn. P. 

annulata), 9:404, 411. 
Carpocapsa deshaisiana, see C. salti- 

tans. 

latiferreana, see Mellisopus. 
pomonella, attacking quinces, 
2:11; 6:181; general account, 
9:338-42; Mermis parasitic- 
on, 4:127; 8:290; reference, 
1:8, 219, 329; 2:120, 122, 123, 
229; 3:144; 4:152, 206; 6:154; 
7:310; 8:245, 297; 9:296, 422; 
10:391, 483, 498; 11:266; 12: 
360; 14:314 9 , 328 5 , 333 8 , 339\ 
371 1 , 383 s ; remedies, 1:35, 58; 
soldier beetle feeding on, 4: 
85; 5:316; Telephorus larvae 
feeding on, 8:174. 
saltitans (syn. C. deshaisiana), 
4:151-54; 5:315; 6:187; 7:310; 
8:292; 14:315", 33S 8 , 358 1 . 
Carpophilus pallipennis, 9:462. 
Carrion bect'e, 1:69. 
Carrot, insects injurious to; 
Aphis dauci, 3:123, 151. 
Aphorura armata (syn. Lipura 

flmetaria), 2:210. 
Epicauta pennsylvanica, 2:227; 

6:135; 14:332 7 . 
vittata, 6:133. 

Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 
tis), 5:205. 
plant lice, 3:84, 123; 4:204; 14: 

346 2 , 352 8 . 

Carrot fly, 1:46, 49. 
Carson, R. P., insects from, 4:207. 
Carteria lacca, 11:201. 
Carya alba, see Hickory, 
porcina, see Pig nut. 
caryae, Halisidota, 1:328; 6:187; 7: 
355; 8:296; 9:455; 11:264; 13: 
369 7 ; 14:313 5 , 398 4 . 
Lachnus, 5:304. 
Microcentrns (syn. Uroxiphus), 

9:392, 410. 
Schizoneura, 3:125. 
Uroxiphus, see Microcentrus. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



caryaecaulis, Phylloxera, 11:248, 

287. 
caryatrypes, Balaninus, see B. pro- 

boscideus. 
Carynota (syn. Optilete), 1:300; 9: 

410. 

arquata, see Vanduzea. 
marmorata (syn. Cyrtosia), 9: 

389, 410. 
mera (syn. Membracis;, 9:388, 

410. 

caryosus, Sphenophorus, 1:261. 
Case, A. P., insects from, 8:297; 

12:315, 362. 
Case bearers, 1:164, 167; 7:347; 8: 

217; 9:374. 
casei, Piophila, see Piophila casei. 

Tyrophaga, see Piophila. 
Cashaws, Margaronia hyalinata 
(syn. Eudioptis) injuring, 11:136. 
cassiae^ Silvanus, see Cathartus 

gemellatus. 
Cassida aurichalcea, sec Coptocycla 

bicolor. 

bivittata, 6:127. 
clavata, see Coptocycla. 
nigripes, 6:127; 7:363, 383; 14: 

366*. 

Cassididae, 1:243, 306. 
Cassidy, J., cited, 11:182. 
Cassidy, M., insects from, 10:511. 
Castanea americana, see Chestnut, 
castaneae, Atymna (syn. Smilia), 9: 

389, 410. 

CalMpterus, 9:463. 
Smilia, see Atymna. 
castaneum, Tribolium, see T. ferru 

' gineum. 
Castor bean, Ecpantheria larva fed 

on, 12:189; stalk borer on, 1:112. 
Castor oil plant, Notolophus leuco- 

stigma (syn. Orgyia) on, 2:77. 
Cat birds feeding on cicada, 12:289. 
Cat flea, 13:372 9 . 
Catabena lineolata (syn. Adipso- 

phanes miscellus), 10:482. 
cataphracta, Dorthesia, see Orthe- 

zia. 

Gortyna, see Hydroecia. 
Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna) 1:115; 
10:373-76, 509; 11:284; 12: 
351; 14:392. 

Orthezia (syn. Dorthesia), 1 :286. 
Catbrier, Hadena turbulenta on, 

10:509. 

catenaria, Cingilia (syn. Zerene), 4: 
139, 206; 8:287, 297; 9:450; 
14:357 9 , 373". 
Zerene, see Cingilia. 
Cathartus advena (syn. Silvanus), 

9:308. 

gemellatus (syn. Silvanus cas- 
siae), 9:308, 462. 



Catnip, Thrips tabaci on, 11:245. 
Catocala, 1:71, 113, 341; 6:184; 8: 

292; 9:455, 459. 
cara, 1:90. 
concumbens, 1:90. 
crataegi var. pretiosa (syn, C. 
pretiosa), 7:375; 8:292; 14: 
307 9 , 316 1 , 321 7 . 

grynea (syn. C. polygama), 1: 
328; 8:202; 11:121, 266; 14: 
316 2 . 

nubilis, 10:482. 
nuptialis, 11:266. 
parta, 9:456; 14:313 T . 
piatrix, 1:90. 
polygama, see C. grynea. 
pretiosa, see C. crataegi var. 
ultronia, 11:121, 266. 
unijuga, 5:282. 
Catocalas occurring in the state of 

New York, list of, 14:315". 
Catodaulis (syn. Daimio), 1:336; 7: 

371. 

tethys (syn. Daimio), 1:336. 
Catolaccus species, 10:381, 485. 
Catopyrrha coloraria (syn. Aspi- 

lates), 11:254. 
Cattle tick, 6:156-58; 9:458; 13:375 4 ; 

14-.368 3 . 
Caulfield, F. B., cited, 5:207; 12:243, 

272. 

Cauliflower, insects injurious to; 
Lygns pratensis, 13:351'. 
Murgantia histrionica, 12:349, 

363. 

Phorbia brassicae (syn. An- 
thomyia, Phorbia floccosa), 
1:185, 207; 5:158, 265; 9:451. 
Pieris rapae, 9:442; 14:375". 
Thrips species, 9:464. 

tabaci, 11:242, 243, 244. 
c-aureum, Grapta, see Polygonia in- 

terrogationis. 

cayicollis, Galeruca, see Galerucella. 
Galerucella (syn. Galeruca), 

11:197-98, 286; 14:395 8 . 
Ceanothus americanus, see New 

Jersey tea. 
Cebrio bicolor, 3:100-1; 7:371; 14: 

319 1 , 352*. 
gigas, 3:101. 
Cebrioninae, 3:101. 
Cecidomyia, 1:138, 297, 322; 3:86, 

97; 7:308; 9:440. 
balsamicola, 4:60^63; 7:307; 9: 

440; 14:308*, 357 T , 374'. 
betulae, 3:86, 141; 4:27, 205, 
206; 11:162-65; 12:357; 14: 
343 T , 357", 395 8 . 
caliptera, see Dlplosis. 
cerealis, see Diplosis graminls. 
crataegi. of Europe, 7:308, 364; 
14:367'. 



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Cecidomyia cucumeris, see Diplosis. 
destructor, 1:58, 321; 4:27, 29; 
5:268, 325; 7:368; 11:165; 14: 
317 8 , 325 8 , 349", 363 2 . 
graminis, see Diplosis. 
inimica, see Diplosis. 
leguminicola (syn. C. trifolii 
Lintn.), abundance, 5:262-63; 
change of name, 7:376, 377; 
damages by, 4:12; 8:263; 
larva, 11:164; 12:313, 356; 
parasites of, 2:2; reference, 
4:65; 6:173, 178, 184; 7:378; 
11:155, 249; 13:359 1 ; 14:308 5 , 
320 5 , 320 6 , 322 3 , 322, 323 s , 
324 3 , 326 9 , 329 9 , 349 8 , 363 2 , 400 5 , 
remedies, 1:54; Thrips de- 
stroying eggs of, 2:31; 8:255. 
nigra, see Diplosis pyrivora. 
pyricola,. see Diplosis pyrivora. 
rigida (syn. C. salicis), 1:297. 
salicis, see C. rigida. 
salicis-batatus, 2:231; 14:334*. 
species, 12:361; 14:374 3 . 
tergata, see Diplosis. 
thoraciea, see Diplosis. 
trifolii Loew., 6:184; 14:329 9 . 
trifolii Lintn., see C. legumini- 
cola, 

tritici, see Diplosis. 
tubicola, 4:175. 
Cecidomyidae, 2:125; 4:60, 62, 63; 

8:140; 10:386-87, 389; 11:162-70. 
cecropia, Attacus, see Samia. 
Platysamia see Sarnia. 
Samia (syn. Attacus, Platy- 
samia), 1:72, 328; 2:77; 9:455; 
10:481; 11:265; 12:355; 13- 
371 9 ; 14:313 3 , 394 7 . 
Cecropia caterpillar, 8:287; 14:373 1 . 
Cecropia moth, 1:328; 11:265; 12: 

355; 13:371"; 14:394 T . 
Cedar, insects injurious to; 

Hylesinus, opaculus, 4:144. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 4:21, 203. 

red, insects injurious to, 4:20. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84; 4:21. 

white, see Arbor vitae. 

Celastrus scandens, see Bittersweet. 

celatus, Psithyrus, 11:104. 

Celery, insects injurious to; 

Lygus pratensis, 13:353 8 , 354 5 . 
Macrops indistinctus, 10:517. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91, 92. 
Celery fly, 1 :49. 
Celery leaf miner, 1:52. 
celeus, Phlegethontius (syn. Macro- 
sila and Sphinx quin- 
quemaculatus, Protoparce),!: 



56, 73, 119, 322; 3:141; 4:205; 
5:179, 309; 6:187; 7:379; 8: 
242-44; 9:461; 10:507; 13:371 7 ; 
14:309 8 , 323 6 , 343 5 , 358 5 . 
Protoparce, see Phlegethontius. 
Sphinx, see Phlegethontius. 
cellaris, Drosophila, 1:220. 
celtidis-mamma, Pachypsylla, 3:141. 
celtis, Chlorippe (syn. Apatura 

lycaon), 1:86. 
Celtis occidentalis, see Hackberry, 

American. 
Cenopis pettittana, 10:483. 

reticnlatana, 10:483. 
Centaurea, insects injurious to; 
Cecidomyia balsamicola, 4:63. 
Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 

lateralis in error), 4:77. 
centaureae, Hesperia (syn. Pyrgus), 

1 :336. 

Pyrgus, see Hesperia. 
centerensis, Cossus, 2.216; 3:140; 

7:373; 8:294; 14:307 4 , 317 5 , 320 2 . 
Centipede, 1:322; 4:128; 6:175; 7: 

324. 

flattened, 1:296; 12:301. 
Centranthus ruber, Peridroma 

saucia (syn. Agrotis) on, 5:205. 
ceparum, Anthomyia, sec Phorbia. 
Phorbia (syn. Anthomyia, 
Scatophaga), 1:8, 46, 169, 171, 
172-81, 204, 296, 322; 2:28; 3: 
85; 4:13; 5:319; 10:486; 14: 
335 s , 340 7 , 377 7 . 
Scatophaga, see Phorbia. 
cepetorum, Phorbia, 1:180. 
Cephalomyia ovis, see Oestrus. 
Cephidae, 8:1(>7. 
Cephus pygmneus, 3:88, 147; 7:334; 

8:167; 1J:515. 
trimaculatus (syn. Phylloecus), 

8:167. 
Cerambycid beetle from Central 

America, 5:325. 

Cerambycidae, family characteris- 
tics, 12:238; general habits, 4:22, 
94; injurious to apple trees, list 
of, 11:268-69; number of larvae 
described, 4:182; sense organs, 
1:69; species treated of, 3:104-5; 
4:22-23, 94-96; 5:231-33; 8:203-5; 
12:237-48; synopsis of (reference 
to), 4:175. 

Cerambycids, scarcity of, 12:308. 
Ceramica exusta, see Mamestra 

picta. 

picta, see Mamestra. 
cerasi, Aphis, see Myzus. 

Cremastogaster, see C. lineolata 

var. cerasi. 

Eriocampa, sec Eriocampoides 
limacina. 



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cerasi, Myzus, see Myzus cerasi. 
Selandria, see Eriocampoides 

llmacina. 

cerasicolens, Aphis, 9:405, 411, 412. 
cerasifoliae, Aphis, 9:411. 
cerasivorana, Cacoecia, 10:483. 
Cerasophorus balteatus, see Chion 

garganicus. 

Cerasus vulgaris, see Cherry. 
Ceratocampa imperialis, see Basi- 

lona. 

Ceratocampidae, 5:199. 
Ceratomia amyntor (syn. C. quadri- 
cornis), 8:296; 10:481, 507, 
508, 509; 12:359; 14:309 2 , 309. 
quadricornis, see C. arnyntor. 
undulosa (syn. Daremma), 9: 

452; 14:312 3 . 
Ceratopogon, 5:280; 7:384; species, 

scarcity of, 12:307. 
Ceratopsyllus serraticeps (syn. 

Pulex), 12:361; 13:372 9 . 
Cercopidae, 1:285, 300; 4:120; 5: 

242; 8:152, 153. 
Cercopis lineata, see Ptyelus linea- 

tus. 

obtusa, see Clastoptera. 
Cercus canadensis, see Red-bud. 
Cercyonis alope (syn. Satyrus), 4: 

137. 

nephele (syn. Satyrus), 5:285. 
cerealella, Alucita, see Sitotroga. 
Anacampsis, see Sitotroga. 
Butalis, see Sitotroga. 
Gelechia, see Sitotroga. 
Sitotroga (syn. Alucita, A. 
granella, Anacampsis, Gele- 
chia), 1:299, 316; 2:102-10; 
4:17; 6:187, 190; 9:308; 10: 
377-86, 485, 492, 510; 12:351; 
14:342 5 , 377 3 , 379 8 , 39 1 8 . 
Cerealine, Silvanus surinamensis 

infesting, 12:361. 
cerealis, Aphis, see Nectarophora 

granaria. 
Cecidomyia, see Diplosis grami- 

nis. 
cerealium, Thrips, 1:303; 11:248, 

249. 

Ceresa bubalus, 1:284, 315, 318, 
331; 4:146-47, 208; 7:360; 8: 
294; 9:390; 11:270; 14:317 3 , 
357 9 , 365 1 . 
diceros, 9:390. 
taurina, 1:331; 11:270. 
Ceria abbreviate, 7:229. 
cerintha, Chamyris, 9:456, 11:266; 

14:313 T . 

cerisyi, Smerinthus, 9:451. 
Cermatia araneoides, 4:133. 

coleoptrata, sec Scutigera for- 
ceps. 



Cermatia floridana, see Scutigera 

forceps. 

forceps, sec Scutigera. 
linceci, see Scutigera. 
Ceroplastes, 8:281- 14:370". 
cirripediformis, 11:287. 
floridensis, 11:271. ' 
Cerostoma brassicella, see Plutella 

cruciferarum. 
Cerura aquilonaris, see C. scolopen- 

drina. 
borealis, 1:137; 7:375; 9:456; 

14:313 B , 321 8 . 
caterpillars, 14:373 2 . 
Candida, see C. scitiscripta. 
occidentalis, 1:137; 7:375; 14: 

307 s , 321 5 . 
scitiscripta (syn. C. Candida), 

7:375; 14:321 6 . 

scolopendrina (syn. C. aqui- 
lonaris), 7:375; 14:321". 
cervicola, Stomoxys, MS., 5:222, 

308. 

ceto, Melittia, see M. satyriniformis. 
Cetonia aurata, 1:237. 

barbata, see Euphoria inda. 
inda, see Euphoria, 
marylandica, see Euphoria inda. 
Cetoniadae, 1:234. 
Cetonians, larval habits of, 12:314. 
Ceuthophilus maculatus, 12:363. 
Ceutorhynchus assimilis, 1:195. 
Chaerocampa pampinatrix, see Am- 

pelophaga myron. 
Chaetochilus contubernalellus, see 

Ypsolophus pometellus. 
pometellus, see Ypsolophus. 

Chaff ee, , insects from, 3:142. 

Chaitophorus aceris (syn. Aphis), 

9:406, 411, 412. 
populi (syn. Lachnus), 9:407, 

411, 412. 
populifoliae (syn. Aphis), 9:406, 

411, 412. 

species, 13:362?; 14:400*. 
Chalcididae, beneficial habits of, 8: 
275; infesting barley joints, 1:307; 
4:27-35; parasitic on asparagus 
beetle, 1:241; on Angoumois 
moth, 2:110; on white marked 
tussock moth, 2:79; reference, 1: 
156, 160; 2:219; secondary parasi- 
tism of, 1:146; species treated, 1O: 
369; studies in, 4:10, 168, 172. 
chalcidiphagus, Semiotellus, 4:33. 
Chalcids, number from a single 
larva, 1:146; parasite of Apan- 
teles, 12:210; of Aphis gossypii 
(syn. A. cucurneris), 11:167; of 
apple leaf Bucculatrix, 1:159-61; 
of apple tree case bearer, 1:165- 
66; of bag worm, 1:86; of bal- 
sam Cecidomyia, 7:307; of birch 
Cecidomyia, 1:27; 11:165; ot 



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squash bug, 3:110-11; of Odonto- 
ta dorsalis, 12:267; of peach twig 
moth, 1:156; of Phora species, 10: 
405; of Scolytus rugulosus, 4:105; 
of Sitrotroga cerealella, 10:381; of 
vagabond Crambus, 1:146; refer- 
ence, 12:359; 14:357 3 ; secondary 
parasitism of, 8:187; 10:369; 
transportation to new localities, 
1:61. 
Chalcis fulvipes of Lintn., erroneous 

reference of C. ovata. 
ovata (C. fulvipes of Lintn. in 

error), 1:86; 11:132. 
Chalcophora liberta, 1 1 :285. 

virginiensis, 12:361; 13:373 8 . 
Chalia rileyi, 11:264. 
chalybea, Graptodera, see Haltica. 
Haltica (syn. Graptodera), 1:59; 
244, 307, 317; 3:85; 4:96; 6: 
188, 189; 7:332, 353, 361; 8: 
298; 11:269, 286; 14:365 7 . 
Chalybion caeruleum (syn. Pelo- 
poeus), 3:135, 140; 4:205; 11:284; 
12:359; 13:371 2 . 
chalybirostris, Crarubus, see C. 

vulgivagellus. 
chamaenerii, Deilephila, 5:175; 10: 

508; 12:359; 14:309 S . 
Chambers, V. T., cited, 1:151, 157, 
163; 5:216; 7:296; 8:133; 11:157, 
160; referred to, 11:158, 159. 
Chambliss, C. E., cited, 12:273. 
Charnomile, German, Sitodrepa 

panicea in, 4:92. 
Champion, S. B., insects from, 13: 

372 2 . 

Champlin, J. P., insects from, 6:190. 
ehamyris cerintha, 9:456; 11:266; 

14:313 7 . 

Chapin, S. F., cited, 11:232. 
Charadra deridens (syu. Diphtera), 

9:456; 14:313 6 . 
Chariclea exprimens, see Pyrrhia 

umbra. 
Charidryas nycteis (syn. Melitaea), 

9:448; 14:311 8 . 
charitonia, Heliconia, 1:70. 
Chatham Republican quoted, 12:196. 
Chauliodes pectinicornis, 8:107, 155- 

59, 300; 10:497; 14:382 3 . 
rastricornis, 8:107, 156, 157, 158, 

159. 

serricornis, 8:159. 
Chauliognathus americanus, see C. 

pennsylvanicus. 
hentzii, see C. marginatus. 
marginatus (syn. Cantharis), 
3:153; 4:84, 88; 5:316; 11:133, 
138; 13:339 2 , 346, 357 3 . 
pennsylvanicus (syn. C. ameri- 
canus), 4:84, 86, 87; 5:316; 9: 



344, 463; 10:498; 12:362; 14: 
339 s , 383". 
Cheese, Piophila casei infesting, 

12:230, 233, 234. 

Cheese mite, 3:129, 130, 151; 4:200; 
5:290; 13:364 8 ; 14:346 2 , 349 s , 363, 
396*. 

Cheese skipper, 12:229-34, 348; 14: 

391 4 , 399 6 . See also Piophila casei. 

Cheever, A. W., insects from, 6:188, 

189. 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:14, 201, 207; 

6:188; 10:516, 517; 14:350 8 . 
chenopodii, Aeoloplus (syn. Pezotet- 

tix), 11:272. 

Pezotettix, see Aeoloplus. 
Chenopodium, see Pigweed. 

album, see Lamb's quarters. 
Chenu, J. C., Encyclopedic d'histoire 

naturelle cited, 2:102. 
Chernies abietis (syn. Adelges, A. 
abieticolens Thos., C. abieti- 
colens), 2:185. 

abieticolens Thos., C. abieti- 
atratus, see C. strobilobius. 
corticalis of Europe, 2:184. 
laricifoliae, 2:184; 8:299. 
laricis, see C. strobilobius. 
pini, of Europe, 2:184. 
pinicorticis (syn. C. pinifoliae), 
2:180-87; 4:147; 9:454; 14: 
312 9 , 342 8 , 357 9 . 
pinifoliae, see C. pinicorticis. 
strobilobius (syn. Adelges, A. 
coccineus, C. atratus, C. lari- 
cis), 1:46; 2:183, 184, 185, 187. 
Chernes sanborni, 3:142, 6:190. 
Cherries, Metapodius femoratus, 

injurious to, 3:153. 
Cherry tree, insects injurious to; 
Amphicerus bicaudatus, 2:126. 
aphids, 3:84. 

Aphis cerasicolens, 9:405. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:279; 8:215; 

11:204. 

perniciosus, 11:224, 287. 
'Cacoecia argyrospila, 7:356. 
Carpocapsa pomonelta, 9:340. 
Chrysobothris femora ta, 6:155. 
Cicada septendeciin, 12:287. 
Clisiocampa disstria (syn. C. 

sylvatica), 3:91, 147. 
Corimelaena pulicaria, 8:213. 
Cremastogaster lineolata var. 
cerasi (syn. C. cerasi), 10:365- 
66. 

Dynastes tityus, 5:230. 
Eriocampa adumbrata, 5:323. 
Eriocampoides limacina (syn. 
Eriocampa cerasi), 7:352; 9: 
335. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



435 



Cherry tree, insects injurious to; 
Euphoria fulgida, 14:372 7 . 
Galerucella cavicollis, 1 1 :197, 

286. 

Halisidota caryae, 6:187; 7:355. 
Hyphantria cunea (syn. H. tex- 

tor), 1:306. 

Lachnosterua f usca, 1 :317. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 
229, 230; 2:225; 4:142; 5:154, 
320; 9:420. 

Myzus cerasi (syn. Aphis), 1: 

13; 2:21; 3:151; 5:254; 8:125; 

9:293, 345-46, 369, 405, 463; 

12:350; 13:363 5 , 368 4 . 

Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orygia), 2:77. 
Phobetron pithecium, 2:227; 5: 

186, 187. 
Scolytus rugulosus, 3:152; 4: 

105, 106, 186; 5:319; 7:383. 
Sibine stirnulea (syn. Empretia), 

12:360. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Tmetocera ocellana, 7:306. 
black; Chionaspis furfurus on, 

11:203. 

choke, insects, etc., injurious to; 
bag worm, 1:84. 
black knot, 5:281. 
cecidomyid, 12:313, 356, 361; 

14:395 2 , 390*. 

Chionaspis furfurus, 11:203. 
wild; insects injurious to; 

Basilona imperialis (syn. 

Eacles), 13:344 T . 
Clisiocampa americana, 5:152. 
Galerucella cavicollis, 11:197. 
Lycia ursaria (syn. Biston), 3: 

136. 

Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Myzus cerasi, 5:256. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
Tolype laricis, 1:88. 
Cherry leaf beetle, 11:197-98; 12: 

357* 14*395 8 

Cherry tree aphis, 1:13; 3:151; 5: 
253 257; 8:125; 9:293, 345, 346, 
369, 405, 440; 10:366, 498; 12:350; 
13:363 5 ; 14:362 9 , 371 9 , 375 2 , 383 4 , 
392 8 , 397 s . 

Cherry tree scale, 11:271. 
Cherry tree slug, 1:60; 7:352; 9:335- 

3f5; 10:498; 14:383 T . 
chersis, Sphin'x (syn. S. cinerea), 7: 

381; 10:508; 14:309". 
Chess, soft, Nectarophora granaria 
(syn. Siphonophora avenae) on, 5: 
252. 

Chester, W. M., insects from, 11: 
287. 



Chestnut, insects injurious to; 

Atymna castaneae (syn. Smilia), 

9:389. 

inornata (syn. Smilia), 9:388. 
Balaninus proboscideus (syn. 
B. caryatrypes), 7:383; 
10:501; 12:268. 
rectus, 12:267, 268. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. 

Eacles), 13:344 9 . 
Callipterus castaneae, 9:463; 

10:463. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176; 12: 

287. 
Corythuca arcuata, 4:109. 

polygrapha, 4:109. 
I Dynastes tityus, 11:274. 

Elaphidion villosum, 9:358, 359. 
Halisidota tessellaris, 5:308. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
Sibine stimulea (syn. Empretia), 

13:371 8 . 

Telamona reclivata, 9:391. 
Spanish, Halisidota tessellaris 

injuring, 5:308; 14:356*. 
Chestnut weevil, great, 10:501, 517; 

12:269. 

smaller, 12:270. 

Chestnut weevils, bibliography, 12: 
267-68; extent of injuries, 12: 
269; life history of two species, 
12:270-71; reference, 10:501; 14: 
384 9 , 399 7 ; remedies and preven- 
tives. 12:271-72; value of crop af- 
fected, 12:268-69. 
Chestnut worm, see Chestnut 

weevil. 

Chevrolat, Aug., cited, 10:414. 
Chick-pea, Heliothis armiger on, 1: 

120. 
Chickadee feeding on army-worm, 

12:209; on canker worm, 2:8. 
Chickasaw plum, Phytoptus pruni 

on, 12:318, 350. 
Chicken louse, 5:290. 
Chickweed, Peridroma saucia (syn. 

Agrotis) on, 5:205. 
Chilocorns, 11:232. 

bivulnerus, 2:186; 5:267, 300; 

10:501; 12:361; 14:385 2 . 
cacti, 5:300. 

Chilognatha. 10:445-49; 12:300-3. 
Chilopoda, 4:128, 132; 7:324. 
Chimarocephala viridifasciata, see 

Chortophaga. 

China asters, see Asters, China. 
China tree, Ceroplastes cirripedi- 

formis on, 11:287. 

Chinch bug, affected by fungus, 

12:262; 13:369 4 ; description 

of, 2:150-51; detailed account, 

2:148-64- dimorphic form, 2: 



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155-56; discovery in New 
York; 2:4; distribution; 2: 
164; estimated loss by, 1:7; 
2:157; 12:341; history, 2:151- 
52; injuries, 2:156-57; 7:331- 
32; 11:198-99; life history, 2: 
153-54; Megilla maculata 
preying upon, 4:83; opera- 
tions in New York, 2:157-60; 
reference, 1:17, 195, 297, 302, 
308, 316; 2:166, 232, 233; 4: 
7, 163; 5:317; 8:265; 9:312; 
10:436, 443; 12:315, 356, 357; 
13:361 8 , 369 3 , 374 5 ; 14:334 T , 
334 9 , 335 2 , 342 s , 395 2 , 395 8 , 398*, 
399 5 ; remedies, 1:58; 2:160-63. 
false, 1:195, 331; 2:166; 5:321; 

11:270; 14:341 5 . 

Chinco, chintz, chink bug, 2:152. 
chinensis, Bruchus (syn. B. scutel- 
laris), 6:127; 7:282, 383; 8:295; 10: 
382; 14:317 8 , 367 9 . 
Chinquapin, insects injurious to; 
Balaninus proboscideus, 12:268. 

rectus, 12:268, 271. 
Chion cinctus, 1:330; 4:95; 11:268. 
garganicus (syn. Cerasphorus 
balteatus) , 1 :330 ; 4 :95 ; 11: 
268. 
Chionaspis euonymi, 11:288. 

furfurus, 1:331; 4:208; 5:300, 
326; 8:293, 299, 9:440, 441, 
464; 10:518; 11:202-3, 271, 
288; 12:348; 13:368% 374; 14: 
316 8 , 316 7 , 353 2 , 375 3 , 391 5 , 397*. 
pinifoliae (syn. Aspidiotus), 2: 
180, 184; 5:266; 7:366, 384; 
9:377; 10:518; 11:203; 14: 
368 5 . 

salicis, 9:411. 
Chionea valga, 2:236. 
chionosema, Penthina, 10:483; 11: 

266. 

Chip manure, Euphoria inda breed- 
ing in, 12:313, 362. 
Chipping sparrow feeding on army 

worm, 12:209. 
Chironomus nivoriundus, 1:13, 298; 

2:242; 14:343 3 . 
Chiropachys colon, 4:105. 
Chism, C. J., on 12-spotted aspara- 
gus beetle, 12:249. 
Chittenden, F. H., cited, 10:378,408; 
11:182; 12:194, 249, 254, 265, 266. 
Chlamys plicata, 12:362. 
Chloe pygmaea. see Baetis. 
Chlorippe celtis (syn. Apatura 

lycaon), 1:86. 
clyton (syn. Apatura herse), 

1 :86. 

codes (syn. Apatura), 5:317; 
14:306 a , 339 s . 



-chloris, Parasa (syn. P. fraterna), 
1:328; 5:186, 190; 9:443; 11:264; 
14:375 9 . 
chlorophaea, Mantis, see Theo- 

clytes. 

Theoclytes (syn. Mantis), 4:162. 
Chloropisca copiosa, '4:70. 
grata, 4:71. 

prolifica, see C. variceps. 
trivialis, 4:71. 

variceps (syn. C. prolifica), 
breeding place, 4:68, 69; 7: 
238-40; detailed account, 4: 
67-72; 7:234-41; distribution, 
7:235; 9:313; general features 
of, 7:240-41; habits of, 7:236- 
38; hibernation of sexes, 7: 
240; original description, 4: 
70-71; reference, 4:207; 6:118; 
7:359, 382; 8:297; 9:440; 14: 
357 s , 364 8 , 364 s , 374 4 ; remark- 
able assemblage, 4:67-70, 72; 
6:118; 7:216, 234-35, 241, 
358. 

Chlorops, assemblage of, 4:67, 72; 
9:313; larvae in stems and roots 
of grass, 4:68; reference, 1:223, 
224, 344; 4:70; 8:167, 300; species 
in grain fields, 1:225, 226. 
Chlorops antennalis, see Sapromyza 

vulgaris. 

laeta, of Europe, 4:72. 
lineata, of Europe, 1:226; 4:72. 
nasuta, of Europe, 4:72. 
proxima, 1:226. 
pmnilionis, see Oscinis. 
vulgaris, see Sapromyza. 
, Chlorotettix tergata (syn. Bytho- 

scopus), 9:398, 410. 
unicolor (syn. Bythoscopus), 9: 

398, 410. 
Chocolate, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4: 

92. 
Choerocampa pampinatrix, see 

Amelophaga myron. 
Choisya ternata, Heraclides cres- 
phontes (syn. Papilio) on, 9:336, 
337, 461. 

chortalis, Eurycreon. see Loxostege. 
Loxostege (syn. Eurycreon), 11: 

284. 
Chortophaga infuscata, see C. viridi- 

fasciata. 

viridifasciata (syn. Acrid ium 
hemipterum, A. .marginatum, 
A.virginianum, A. viridifasci- 
atum, Chimarocephala, Chor- 
tophaga infuscata, Tragoce- 
phala), 2:4, 187-98, 223; 9:29^ 
330-34, 439, 464; 10:443, 498; 
11:271; 12:363; 14:330, 331 1 , 
342 9 , 373 9 , 383 6 . 



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437 



Chortophila, 1:171, 180, 181, 184. 
angustifrons, see Phorbia fusci- 

ceps. 

betae, see Pegomyia. 
betarum, see Pegomyia. 
cilicrura, see Phorbia fusciceps. 
conformis, 1:209. 
floccosa, sec Phorbia brassicae. 
chrysanthemi, Aphis, of Europe, 2: 

20, 21. 

Phytomyza (P. afflnis and P. 

lateralis in error), 4:75-79, 

207; 7:242-46; 9:421; 1O:51<>; 

14:357 3 , 374 6 . 

Chrysanthemum, insects injurious 

to; 

aphids, 5:162. 
Aphis middletonii, 14:385*. 
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7 :217, 

382. 
Epicauta pennsylvanica, 6:170; 

14,:361 7 . 

Eristalis tenax, 7:382. 
Lygus pratensis, 13:353 1 . 
Myzus cerasi (syn. Aphis), 2: 

21. 

Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 
lateralis in error), 4:77, 207; 
7:242, 244; 9:421. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Japanese, Phytomyza chrysan- 
themi on, 7:245. 
Chrysanthemum frutescens, see 

Daisy. 
Chrysanthemum fly, 7:242-46; 10: 

510; 14:374 B . 
Chrysididae, 4:172. 
Chrysobothris, 14:323. 
calif ornica, 11:267. 
contigua, 11:267. 
femorata, food plants, 4:155; 
occurrence in small limbs, 6: 
154; 7:379; reference, 1:330; 
10:488; 11:267; 12:356; 13: 
305 4 ; 14:378, 394", 396; reme- 
dies, 1:58, 64, 303; 2:25, 27. 
semisculpta, see C. contigua. 
Chrysochus auratus, 4:142; 14:350 a , 

357". 
Chrysomela calmariensis, see Gal- 

erucella luteola. 
rufipes, see Crepidodera. 
scripta, see Melasoma. 
scutellaris, see Odontota dor- 

salis. 
trimaculata, see Doryphora cli- 

vicollis. 

Chrysomelidae, characters of (ab- 
stract), 4:196; reference, 4: 
181; 5:271; 14:348 4 ; 
members of treated; 
alder flea beetle, 4:96-101. 



Chrysomelidae, members of treated; 

asnaragus beetles, 1:239-46; 

6:179; 8:250-53; 11:177-81; 

12:248-52. 

broad striped flea beetle, 4: 

155-56. 

cherry leaf beetle, 11:197-98. 
cottonwood leaf beetle, 11: 

181-89. 

elm leaf beetle, 4:143-45; 5: 

234-42; 11:189-97; 12:253-64. 

Odontota dorsalis, 12:264-67. 

plaintain leaf miner, 10:414- 

16. 

red footed flea beetle, 4:101-2. 
species attacking apple trees, 

11:269. 
striped cucumber beetle, 10: 

413-14. 
three lined leaf beetle, 2:132- 

36; 10:491. 

tortoise beetles, 6:125-27, 
Trirhabda canadensis, 4:142- 

43. 
Chrysopa, 1:177; 2:186; 10:429; 12: 

262; larvae, 5:244. 
Chrysophanus americauus, see 

Heodes hypophlaeas. 
hypophlaeas, see Heodes. 
Chrysopila thoracica, 9:462. 
Chrysops niger, 9:462; 12:361. 

species, 12:361. 

chrysotheme, Colias, see Eurymus 
eurytheme. 

Churclv , insects from, 3:142, 

Churchill, G. W., insects from, 7: 

383, 384. 

Cicada, 1:69, 287, 310; 2:35; 4:165; 
5:276; 6:153; 9:319, 385; 14: 
342 s , 348 2 , 365 8 , 374 T , 377, 3S4 8 , 
385 6 , 393 5 , 399 7 ; harmlessness 
of, 12:288. 
dog day, 1:331; 7:383; 9:385; 11: 

270; 12:270, 363; 13:374 9 . 
frosted, 9:385. 

Cicada canicularis, 2:179; 9:385. 
lineata, see Ptyelus lineatus. 
noveboracensis, see C. rimosa. 
pruinosa, see C. tibicen. 
rimos'a (syu. C. noveboracensis, 

Tibicen), 9:385, 410; 11:270. 
septendecim, bibliography, 2: 
167-68; 7:296-97; 12:272, 273; 
broods in N. Y. 2:170-72; 5: 
276; 7:218. 297-301,361-62; 10: 
421; 12:277, 279; broods in U. 
S. 2:169-70; 4:175; chambers 
of, 10:423, 502; 12:279-83; 
comparative numbers of suc- 
cessive broods, 12:235-86; 
contributions of, 10:518, 519; 
experiments with 13-yeai* 
brood, 5:276-78; 12:277; fun- 



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gus destroying, 2:178-79; gen- 
eral account, 2:167-79; 7:296- 
301; 10:420-25; 12:272-89; 
Hudson valley brood, 12:277; 
injuries to vegetation, 2:176- 
77: 12:286-87; life history, 2: 
173-75; 12:274-77; musical ap- 
paratus, 2:175; natural ene- 
mies, 2:177-78; 12:288, 289; 
oviposition, 12:274-75; pre- 
ventives, 2:178; 12:289; refer- 
ence, 1:79, 309, 331; 4:175, 
177, 179, 202; 5:318, 322; 6: 
153; 7:218; 9:333, 385, 440; 
10:356, 500; 11:270, 284; 12: 
274, 352; 14:332*, 340 4 , 342", 
34S 2 , 365 9 , 374 7 , 377 5 , 384 s , 399 7 ; 
stings of Cicada, 12:287-88; 
13-year brood, 1:331; 2:169, 
225; 4:175, 200; 5:276-78, 318, 
322; 7:301; 10:421; 11:270; 
12:276, 277; trees attacked 
by, 2:176; 4:20, 25; 10:276-77. 
septendecim race tredecim, 10: 
500, 518. See also Cicada 
septendecim, 13-year 

brood. 

var. cassinii, 10:424; 12:279. 
spumaria, see Philaenus. 
tibicen (syn. C. pruinosa), 1: 
331; 4:196, 202; 6:189; 7:383; 
9:410; 10:517; 518, 519; 11: 
270; 12:274, 363; 13:374 6 ; 14: 
348 3 , 350 8 . 
Cicadidae, 1:300; 2:213; 9:385; 10: 

420-25; 11:270; 12:279-89. 
Cicadula exitiosa, see Lirnotettix. 
Cicer arietinum, see Chick pea. 
Cicindela, generosa, 9:462. 

repanda, 7:219; 10:377; 12:209. 
6-guttata, 9:462. 
vulgaris, 11:285. 
Cicindelidae, 4:182; 11:106; 12:308, 

320. 
Cidaria, 1:72. 

packardata, see Eustroma popu- 

latum. 

ciliata, Corythuca (syn. Tingis, T. 
hyalina), 4:107-9, 208; 14:357 6 . 
Psorophora (syn.Culex), 12:327. 
Tingis, see Corythuca. 
ciliatus, Culex, see Psorophora cili- 
ata. 
cilicrura, Chortophila, see Phorbia 

fusciceps. 

Homalomyia, see H. fuscula. 
Phorbia, see P. fusciceps. 
Cimbex americana, 1:138; 8:300; 

11:284. 
cimbiciformis, Mallota, see M. posti- 

cata. 

Cimex carnifex, see Cosmopepla. 
cristatus, see Prionidus. 



Cimex juniperinus, see Pentatoma 

juniperina. 
lectularius, see Acanthia lectu- 

laria. 

pratensis, see Lygus. 
rubrocinctus, see Largus suc- 

cinctus. 

succiuctus, see Largus. 
Cincinnati commercial cited, 1:127. 
Cincinnati daily gazette cited, 1:127. 
Cincinnati quarterly journal of sci- 
ence cited, 11:160. 
Cincinnus melsheimerii (syn. Pero- 

phora), 7:381. 
cinctaria, Phigalia, see Khaphidode- 

mas titea. 

cincticollis, Clastoptera, subspe- 
cies, 9:394. 

cinctus, Chion, 1:330; 4:95; 11:268. 
Emphytus, 10:499; 14:384 4 . 
Harpactor, see Milyas. 
Largus, 2:165. 
Milyas (syn. Harpactor), 1:331; 

3:108. 

Therioplectes, 13:372 8 . 
Cinderella, Teras, see T. minuta var. 
Cineraria, Phytomyza chrysan- 
themi (P. lateralis in error) on, 4: 
75; 7:242, 244; 9:421, 10:510. 
cinerea, Bolitophila, 10:392. 

Epicauta (syn. E. marginata, 
Lytta marginata), 1:33, 57; 
4:201, 208; 6:134, 135, 136, 
182; 8:294; 12:354, 361, 14: 
317 4 , 328 3 , 350 8 , 367 9 , 394 3 . 
Meloe, see Epicauta. 
Sphinx, see S. chersis. 
Xylina, see X. antennata. 
cinereus, Melanoplus, 11:272. 
Cingilia cateuaria (syn. Zerene), 
4:139, 206; 8:287, 297; 9:450; 14: 
357 9 , 373 3 . 
cingulata Oncideres, 1:331; 2:87; 

11:125, 269. 
Phlegethontius (syn. Sphinx), 

1O:507; 14:309". 
Sphinx, see Phlegethontius. 
cingulatus, Leistotrophus, 1:187. 
cinnamoneiim, Triboliuni see T. fer- 

rngineum. 
cinnamopterus, Camaronotus, see 

Pilophorus. 
Pilophorus (syn. Camaronotus) 

2:186. 

Staphylinus, 1:188. 
.Cinquefoil, Thrips tabaci on, 11: 

244. 

Ciouus scrophulariae, 1:248. 
cippus, Euclea (syn. E. querceti), 1: 

328; 5:186; 11:264. 
Circotettix verruculatus, 10:443.. 
circularis, Aspidiotus, see Diaspis 
pyri. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



439 



circumcinctus, Perillus, 2:146. 
cirripediformis, Ceroplastes, 11:287. 
Cirrospilus flavicinctus, 1:159, 160. 
Cis fulvipes erroneous reference of 

C. fuscipes. 
fuscipes (C. fulvipes in error), 

9:462. 

Cissus, Aramigus fulleri on, 2:143. 
Cistela obscura, see Hymenorus ob- 

scurus. 

sericea, 6:130. 
Cistelidae, 2:226; 6:129; on apple, 

11:269. 

Cistogaster iinmaculata, 12:210. 
Citheronia imperialis, see Basilona. 

regalis, 5:324, 13:347 2 . 
citri, Dactylopius (syn. D. destruc- 
tor), 3:138. 

citrinus, Psithyrus, 11:104. 
Cixius impunctatns, see Myndus. 
pini, 9:385. 

quinquelineatus, sec Oliarus. 
stigmatus, 9:385. 
Cladius isomera, 7:224. 

pectinicornis, 10:499; 14:384\ 
viminalis, see Trichiocampus. 
Cladosporium fulvum, see Tomato 

rot. 

clandestina, Agrotis, see Noctua. 
Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 1:328; 5: 
282, 317; 6:175; 8:199, 235; 
10:482; 11:121, 265; 14:325 7 , 
339. 
clarescens, Acronycta, erroneous 

reference of A. pruni. 
Clarke, F. L., insects from, 12:363. 
Clarke, J. M., insects from, 5:326. 
Clarkson, A., insects from, 6:189. 
Clarkson, Frederick, cited, 4:35; 5: 

193, 234; on Cicada, 12:285. 
Clastoptera, 4:120. 

achatina, see C. obtusa. 
atra, 9:394. 

cincticollis, subspecies, 9:394. 
flavicollis, subspecies, 9:394. 
maculicollis, subspecies, 9:394. 
nigricollis, subspecies, 9:395. 
obtusa (syn. C. pini, C. testa- 
cea, Cercopis), 1:285; 5:242- 
46; 8:152-55, 299; 9:393-94, 
410; 1O:497; 14:362 9 , 382 3 . 
pini, see C. obtusa. 
proteus, 1:285; 5:245; 9:394. 
testacea, sec C. obtusa. 
clavata, Cassida, see Coptocycla. 

Coptocycla, 1:33. 57; 5:322; 6: 
126, '127; 7:382; 9:454; 13: 
374 2 ; 14:325 fl , 341 8 , 367 8 . 
Deloyala, sec Coptocycla. 
Claypole, E. W., cited, 1:116; 5:193; 

12:214; quoted, 12:216. 
claypoliana, Proteoteras, see Stegan- 
optycha. 



claypoliana, Steganoptycha, see 

Steganoptycha claypoliana. 
Clematis, insects injurious to; 
Epicauta cinerea, 14:350 S . 

vittata, 6:133. 
Spilomyia fusca, 7:229 
Clematis flammula, see Virgin's 

bower, sweet-scented. 
Clemens, Brackenridge, cited, 1:81 
127, 151, 157; 2:102; 5:213, 215; 
7:225; 11:152, 157, 160; 12:183; 
quoted, 11:157-58, 161. 
dementi, V., cited, 12:237. 
Cleora crepuscularia (syn. Boar- 

inia), 11:266. 
pampinaria (syn. Boarmia), 11: 

266. 
pulchraria, see Nepytia semiclu- 

saria. 

Cleridae, 4:142. 
Clerus anilis, 4:142. 

formicarius, 10:500; 14:384 7 . 
Cleveland academy of science, 

Transactions cited, 4:114. 
Clisiocampa ambisimilis, 11:265. 
americana, depredations on 
apple trees, 1:328; 3:85; 5: 
152; 6:106; 7:215; destroying 
eggs of, 1:56; hermaphrodite 
of, 7:220; reference, 1:85; 2: 
83; 3:92, 147; 5:324; 6:165, 
181; 7:331, 359; 8:122; 9:293, 
456, 461; 10:481, 495; 11:121, 
L'<;r>; 12:307, 353, 360; 13:363", 
372 1 ; 14:313 8 , 328 3 , 354 4 , 358", 
359 5 , 364 7 , 375 5 , 376 5 , 380 9 , 393", 
396; remedies, 5:304; 10:441. 
calif ornica, 11:265. 
constricta, 8:296. 
disstria (syn. C. sylvatica), 
abundance in Washington co., 
N. Y., 6:106, 166; 7:331; Di- 
brachys boucheanus (syn. 
Semiotellus clisiocampae), 
parasitic on, 6:186; feeding 
on apple trees, 3:91-93, 147; 
muscardine destroying, 4:17S; 
race erosa, 11:265; reference, 
1:328; 2:83; 1O:495; 11:265, 
284; 13:372 2 ; 14:344 9 , 352 s , 
359 7 , 380 9 ; remedies, 3:93; 
r-ar. thoracica, 11:265. See 
also Forest tent caterpillar, 
pluvialis, 11:265. 
sylvatica, sec C. disstria. 
thoracica, see C. disstria var. 
clisiocampae, Semiotellus, see Di- 

brachys boucheanus. 
clitellarius, Bythoscopus, see Tham- 

notettix. 

Thamuotettix (syn. Bythosco- 
pus), 9:398, 410. 



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Clitocybe illudens, Phorid infesting, 

12:361. 

clivicollis, Doryphora (syn. Chry- 
somela trimaculata), 7:369; 14: 
318 3 . 

Cloaked Chrysomela, 1:331; 11:269. 
Close wings, 1:40. 
Clothes moth, 1:64; 4:131, 133, 140, 

147; 11:276. 

Clothilla picea, see Lepinotus piceus. 
pulsatoria (syn. Atropos pulsa- 
torius), 1:162, 298, 316; 2:201, 
202; 5:323; 14:341 8 . 
Clover, insects injurious to; 

Blissus leucopterus, 2:4, 159; 

7:331. 
Bryobia pratensis, 6:161; 7:321- 

24; 9:440. 

Cecidomyia leguminicola (syn. 
C. trifolii Lintn.), 1:54; 2: 
2; 4:12; 6:173, 178, 184; 
7:374, 378; 8:255, 256, 
263; 11:155; 13:359*; 14: 
323 8 . 

trifolii Loew. 6:184. 
Grapholitha interstinctana, 10- 

496; 11:152. 

Heliothis armiger, 1:119. 
Hylastes trifolii, 1:54; 7:378; 

14:323 8 . 

Languria mozardi, 6:184. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206, 

309. 

Meloe angusticollis, 6:130. 
Nephelodes minians var. vio- 

lans, 1:103. 
Noctua fennica (syu. Agrotis) 8; 

326. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syu. 

Orgyia), 2:84. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Oscinis trifolii, 6:184. 
Peridrpma saucia (syn. Agrotis) 

Phytonornus meles var. trifolii 

1:248. 

nigrirostris, 1:248. 
punctatus, 1:247-51; 2-14- 
5:272, 312; 6:182; 10:488.' 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Pyralis costalis, 10:487; 11:149- 

13:358 8 . 

farinalis, 11:151. 
Thrips, 11:247, 249. 

tritici, 1:303. 

mammoth, free from Grapho- 
litha, 11:155. 

sweet, Thrips tabaci on, 11:244. 
white, Grapholitha interstinctaua 
in, 11:155. 



Clover hay caterpillar or worm, 10. 
487; 11:145-51; 12:357; 13:358", 
372 4 ; 14:378', 395 8 , 400 5 . 
Clover insects, reference to publica- 
tions on, 5:316; 11:149; 14:339 8 . 
Clover leaf midge, 6:184; 14:329. 
Clover leaf weevil, 1:247-53; 2-3- 4- 
200; 5:272, 312; 6:182; 7:315; 10- 
488, 511; 14:329 2 , 336 1 , 349, 363 3 , 
375 8 , 378 4 . 
Clover mite, 7:321-24; 9:440; 10-450- 

11:272; 13:375*; 14:374 T . 
Clover root borer, 1:8, 54, 247; 6- 

178, 184; 7:335; 14:326", 329 9 . 
Clover seed caterpillar, 10:496; 11- 

152-56; 12:357; 14:381*, 395 8 . 
Clover seed fly, 7:374, 376; 14.-320 5 , 

320, 322 s . 

Clover seed midge, abundance of, 5: 

262-63; reference, 2:125; 4:65, 200; 

6:178, 184; 8:263; 11:155; 13:359 1 ; 

14:326 9 , 329 9 , 349 8 , 363 2 , 400 5 ; 

remedies, 1:54; 4:12; Thrips 

destroying eggs of, 2:31; 8:255. 

Cluster fly, 2:117; 9:309-14, 439; 10: 

498, 516; 13:370*; 14:375 1 , 383 s 

398 6 . 

clyton, Chlorippe (syn. Apatura 

herse), 1:86. 
Clytns agrestis, see Xylotrechus 

colonus. 
campestris, see Xylotrechus 

colonus. 

colonus, see Xylotrechus. 
pictus, see Cyllene. 
robiniae, see Cyllene. 
speciosus, see Plagionotus. 
c-nigrum, Agrotis, see Noctua. 

Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 1:8; 10: 

482; 12:205. 
cnotus, Otus, see Ampelophaga 

myron. 
coactus, Eristalis, see Mallota posti- 

cata. 

Cobb, N. A., cited, 10:454. 
Coccidae Encyrtinae parasitic upon, 
1:160; Fitch species of, 9:409, 413; 
parasites of, -studies upon, 1:18; 
prolificacy, 4:187; reference, 1: 
284, 300; 2:140, 230; 3:144; 7:370; 
8:254; 9:381, 411, 447; 12:295, 298-; 
species attacking apple trees, 1: 
331, 332; 11:271; species treated 
of, 4:114-20; 6:141-47; 11:200-33; 
12:292-98; studies of, 1:18; 4:168. 
cocciformis, Parmuia, see Microdon 

globosus. 

coccinea, Diedrocephala (syn. Pro- 
conia quadrivittata), 9:395-96, 
410. 

Empoa, see Typhlocyba. 
Typhlocyba (syn. Empoa), 9: 
403, 410. 



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441 



Coccinella, five marked, 1:318. 
Coccinella bimaculata, see Adalia 

bipunctata. 

bipunctata, see Adalia. 
borealis, see Epilaclma. 
decemmaculata, see Megilli 

maculata. 

maculata, see Megilla. 
novemnotata, 7:382; 11:276; 

12:361. 
quinquenotata, see C. transver- 

soguttata. 

sanguinea, 7:382; 8:300. 
transversoguttata (syn. C. 5- 

notata), 1:318. 

Coccinellidae, colonizing of, for 
plant lice, 1:61; herbivorous 
habits of some species, 2:233-34; 
4:81-83; 7:217, 310-11; preying 
on pine bark Chermes, 2:186; 
preying on plant lice, 5:254; 6: 
118; 8:275; 10:429; preying on 
scale insects, 7:341; reference, 11: 
106; 12:308; 13:362?; species treat- 
ed of, 4:80-84; 6:117-19. 
coccineus, Adelges, see Chermes 

strobilobius. 

coccophila, Sphaerostilbe, 13:368 S . 
Coccotorus prunicida, see C. scutel- 

laris. 
scntellaris (syn. C. prunicida), 

4:17; 11:270. 

Coccus, 2:140, 183; 9:447; 14:311 3 . 
aceris, see Pulvinaria innumera- 

bilis. 
arborum-linearis, see Mytilaspis 

pomorum. 
cacti, 11:201. 

hesperidum, erroneous refer- 
ence of Pulvinaria innumera- 
bilis Rathv. 

innumerabilis, see Pulvinaria. 
maclurae Kenn., see Pulvinaria. 
pinicorticis, see Chermes. 
pyrus-malus, sec Mytilaspis 

pomorum. 

salicis, see Lecanium. 
tiliae, see Lecanium tulipiferae. 
ulmi, see Gossyparia. 
Coccygus americanus, see Cuckoo, 

yellow billed, 
erythropthalmus, see Cuckoo, 

black billed. 
Cochineal, from Coccus cacti, 11: 

201. 
cochrani, Agrotis, see Carneades 

messoria. 

Cockchafer, 1:305. 
Cockerell, T. D. A., cited, 7:256; 10: 
433; 11:146, 232, 233, 250; 12:193, 
293; 13:353*. 



Cockle bur, Hydroecia nitela (syn. 

Gortyna) on, .1:112. 
Cockroach, 1:62, 65, 79, 343; 4:126 

159; 11:112; 12:332. 
Cockroach killer, 7:325. 
Cockscomb elm gall, 3:126; 4-19S 
204, 208; 5:303, 326; 7:370" 14- 
318, 346 3 , 349 2 , 352 4 , 354 4 . 
codes, Apatura, see Chlorippe. 

Chlorippe (syn. Apatura), 5:317; 

14:306 6 , 339 s . 

Codling moth, attacking quinces, 2: 
11; habits in detail, 9:338-42; Mer- 
mis parasitic on, 4:127; paris 
green and bordeaux mixture for, 
9:435; reference, 1:8, 11, 329; 2- 
14, 120, 123, 125, 229; 3:144; 4- 
103, 152, 185; 5:300, 305, 321; 6- 
154; 7:307, 310, 343; 8:274; 9:296; 
10:391, 498; 11:120, 133, 266, 279- 
14:333 5 , 344 s , 353 2 , 378 1 , 383 8 ; 
remedies, 1:35, 60, 167; spraying 
for, 9:417, 433; 10:487, 488; Tele- 
phorus bilineatus feeding on the 
larvae of, 8:174. 
Coe, A. J., cited, 8:141. 
Coelidia olitoria, see Jassus oli- 

torius. 
subbifasciata, see Jassus oli- 

torius. 

Coelodasys unicornis, see Schizura. 
Coelopa frigida, 4:174. 
coenia, Junonia, 7:381. 
Coffee leaf miner, 1:161. 
cognataria, Amphidasys, see Lycia. 
Lycia (syn. Amphidasys), 2:97- 
101, 227; 9:456; 11:266; 14: 
313 T , 332 8 , 342 5 . 

Colaspidea smaragdula, 11:269. 
Colaspis brunnea, 1:321; 6:183. 
Colastes, parasite of Gossyparia, 

12:293. 
Cole, T. A., insects from, 8:297; 10: 

510; 11:287. 

Coleman, N., cited, 2:57; 69; 7:225. 

Coleman, W. H., insects from, 9: 

463; 10:518; 11:287; 13:371 4 , 371 6 . 

Coleman' s Rural world cited, 10:388. 

Coleophora, 1:166; 5:324; 7:347, 361; 

8:264, 297; 9:374; 10:510, 51(5. 

anatipennella, of Europe, 1:163. 

fletcherella, 9:374; 10:510; 11: 

267; 12:307, 360. 
malivorella, 1:163-67, 329; 2: 
225; 6:178; 8:105, 123, 217, 
281, 297; 11:122, 267; 14:326, 
331 8 , 335 7 , 370 T . 

multipulvella, see C. malivorel- 
la. 

species, 14:365 4 . 

Coleoptera, antennal furrows of, 1: 
69; chalcids parasitic on, 1:160; 



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classification of, 1:78, 79; 4:167, 
190; contributions of, 3:141; 4: 
207-8; 5:325; 6:188-89; 7:382-83; 
8-298-99; 9:462-63; 10:510-11, 516- 
17; 11:285-87; 12:361-62; de- 
scription of larval forms, 1:22; 
Glover's work on, 1:19; Gordius 
parasitic on, 4:126; injurious to 
apple trees, list of, 1:330-31; 11: 
267-70; injurious to hemlock, list 
of, 4:20-24; larvae in U. S. nat. 
museum; 9:354; Le Baron's work 
on, 1:17; Le Conte's work on, 4: 
9-10; number of species described, 
4:164, 181; oviposition of, 1:74; 
reference, 10:475; 12:320; scarcity 
of, in 1893, 10:377; species treat- 
ed of, 1:227-63; 2:46-55, 125-44; 
4:88-107, 155-56; 5:227-42, 266-73; 
6:117-36; 7:246-96, 310-17; 8:173- 
77, 197-207, 302; 9:299-309, 465-06; 
10:406-20; 11:172-98; 12:235-72. 
Coleopterous larvae, number of 

described species, 4:180 -81. 
coleoptrata, Cermatia, see Scutigera 

forceps. 
Coleothrips trifasclata, 1:303; 11: 

248, 250. 

Coles, Isaac, insects from, 4:207. 
Coleus, Leptocoris trivittatus on, 

10:438. 
Colias cbrysotbeme, see Eurymus 

eurytheme. 

edusa, form of Eurymus eury- 
theme. 

nastes, see Eurymus philodice. 
phicomone, see Eurymus philo 

dice 

philodice, see Eurymus. 
santes, see Eurymus philodice. 
collaris, Euchaetes, see Cycnia ten- 
era. 

Collembola, 2:209; 11:252. 
Collier, Peter, insects from, 6:186; 

9:463; 10:511; 11:205. 
Collingwood, H. W., cited, 11:233. 
Collins, J. D., insects from, 5:325; 

11:284. 

colon, Chiropachys, 4:105. 
colonus, Callidium, see Xylotrechus. 
Clytus, see Xylotrechus. 
Xylotrechus (syn. Callidium, 
Clytus, C. agrestis, C. cam- 
pestris), 4:93-96, 194; 14:347 7 , 
357*. 
Colopha, 3:151. 

compressa, see Colopha ulmi- 

cola. 

ulmicola (syn. C. compressa, 
Brysocrypta, Glyphina), 3: 
126-28, 151; 5:303; 7:370; 14: 
318 7 , 346 3 , 349 2 , 352 4 , 346 3 , 354 4 . 



Colorado agricultural experiment 

station, Bulletin cited, 10:433; 

11:182, 242; 13:353"; Report cited, 

12:193. 

coloraria, Aspilates, see Catopyr- 

rha. 
Catopyrrha (syn. Aspilates), 11: 

254. 
columba, Trernex, see Tremex co- 

lumba. 
Columbia, Gryllotalpa (syn. G. longi- 

pennis), 6:151. 
Samia, 1:86. 
Columbine, insects on; 

Hydroecia rutila (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:115. 

Phytomyza species, 4:79; 7:246. 
Colvin, Verplanck, insects from, 

9:463. 
Comb horned fish fly, 8:155-59, 300; 

10:497. 
comes, Typhlocyba (syn. Erythron- 

eura vitifex), 8:287. 
comes var. basilaris, Typhlocyba 
(syn. T. affinis, Erythroneura affi- 
nis), 9:403, 410. 

comes var. vitis, Typhlocyba (syn. 
Erythroneura, Tettigonia and Ty- 
phlocyba vitis), 2:30; 4:199; 5: 
302; 7:345; 8:116, 254, 287; 9:403, 
410; 12:363; 14:343 8 , 349 3 , 353 8 , 
373 2 . 
comma, Grapta, sec Polygonia. 

Grapta, form dryas, see Poly- 
gonia. 

Polygonia (syn. Grapta, also 
form dryas) 4:137; 8:187; 10: 
507; 11:284; 13:371 5 ; 14:309 S . 
Comma butterfly, 8:187. 
Commissioner of agriculture, see 
United States department of 
agriculture. 

Commissioner of patents, agricul- 
ture, Report cited, 1:116, 227; 2: 
102, 125; 4:114; 9:317; 10:408. See 
also United States department of 
agriculture. 

Commissioners of the zoological 
survey of Massachusetts, Report 
cited, 1:227. 

communis, Helochara, 9:396, 410. 
Melanotus, 1:63, 330; 8:198, 199, 

200; 11:267. 

Panorpa, 10:465, 466, 477. 
Psoroptes (syn. P. equi), 7:362; 

14:366 1 . 
complanatus, Julus, see Polydesmus 

serratus. 
Polydesmus, 3:133, 142, 153; 12: 

301, 349. 

Compositae, used as Insecticides, 2: 
34. 



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Compositae, insects feeding on or 

frequenting; 

Adalia bipimctata, 6:118. 
Anthomyiidae, 1:168. 
Beet leaf miners, 1:204. 
Ecpantheria ocularia (syn. E. 

scribonia), 12:189. 
Grapholitha interstinctana, 11: 

155. 
Phymata wolffli (syn. P. erosa), 

3:107. 

Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 
lateralis in error), 4: 73, 7G, 
77; 9:421. 
Syrphidae, 1:211. 

compres^a, Colopha, see C. ulmicola. 
Corapsidea tridentata, see Saperda. 
comptus, Phytonomus, 1:248. 
Comrade palmer worm, 1 :329. 
Comstock, J. H., cited, 1:152, 216, 
239, 254; 2:118, 142; .4:28, 80, 115; 
6:147; 10:388; 11:109, 127, 134, 
152, 232; 12:235; insects from, 
10:515; notes on ant lions by, 
11:238; quoted, 11:153, 206; In- 
troduction to entomology, cited, 5: 
242; 8:152, 155, 160; 9:317, 330; 
10:478; 11:241, 249; 13:352 8 ; Re- 
port upon cotton insects cited, 1: 
116; 10:405; 12:190. 
Comstock, J. H. and A. B., Manual 
for the study of insects, abstract of 
review, 11:277; 14:388 T ; cited, 10: 
378, 389, 405, 408, 454, 478; 11:110, 
135, 147, 178, 241, 250; 12:193, 218, 
230, 235, 238, 268, 273,344; 13:344 e ; 
referred to, 12:182. 
Comstock, J. H. and Slingerland, 

M. V., cited, 10:454. 
comyntas, Everes (syn. Lycaena), 

4:137. 

Lycaena, see Everes. 
Conallen, M. J., insects from, 11: 

288. 
concava, Entilia, see Publilia. 

Publilia (syn. Entilia), 9:387, 

410. 

Telamona, 9:390. 
concavum, Platyphyllum, see Cyrto- 

phyllus concavus. 

concavus, Cyrtophyllus (syn. Platy- 
phyllum), 3:135; 5:323; 6:189; 
11:284; 12:363; 14:341. 
Lixus, 1:260; 9:463; 10:511. 
conchiformis, Aspidiotus, see Myti- 

laspis pomorum. 
Lepidosaphes, see Mytilaspis 

pomorum, 

concinna, Notodonta, see Schizura. 
Oedemasia, see Schizura. 
Schizura, see Schizura concinna. 
concolor, Pemphredon, 8:163. 



concumbens, Catocala, 1:90. 

Cone flower, Thrips tabaci on, '11: 

245. 
confertus, Polycaon, 1:330; 2:131; 

11:268. 
conformis, Chortophila, 1:209. 

Musca, see Chortophila. 
confusa, Callimorpha, see Haploa. 
Haploa (syn. Callimorpha). 7: 

219. 

Morrisonia, 10:482; 11:265. 
confusor, Monohammus, 2:49-51, 
55; 4:23, 207; 5:325; 6:188; 9:463; 
10:511, 517; 12:238, 361. 
confusum, Tribolium, 12:362. 
confusus, Limonius, 6:188; 7:351, 

361; 13:373 3 ; 14:365". 

congregatus, Apanteles, 2:229; 4: 

201, 202; 5:177, 307, 324; 7: 

364; 8:111, 187; 9:461; 10:509 

515; 11:142; 12:354, 359; 14: 

333 3 , 350 7 , 351 2 , 355 8 , 366 8 , 394 5 . 

var. atalantae, Apanteles (syn. 

Microgaster atalantae), 2:39. 

var. pieridis, Apanteles (syn. 

Microgaster pieridis), 3:135. 

var. rufocoxalis, Apanteles 

(syn. A. rufocoxalis), 9:461. 
coniferarum, Ellema, 9:449. 

Hymenopsyche, see Thyridop- 

teryx ephemeraeformis. 
Coniodes plumigeraria (syn. Boar- 

mia), 10:494; 11:260; 14:380". 
Coniothacium saccharinum, a fun- 
gus, 12:295. 

Connecticut agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 12: 
254; Report cited, 11:242, 250; 12: 
194. 

Connecticut (Storrs) agricultural 
experiment station, Bulletin cited, 
12:254. 

Conopid fly, 5:285. 
Conorhinus sanguisugns, 4:111; 5: 

316; 14:339\ 

Conotrachelus crataegi. 2:11; 4:15, 
87, 208; 5:316; 6:181; 10:419- 
20, 511; 12:352; 14:328 5 , 339", 
350 6 , 393 5 . 

nenuphar, bred from black 
knot, 5:280; damages by, 2: 
13-14; 3:85: 9:297; detailed 
account, 7:288-96; ovipositiou 
of, 7:295-96; reference, 1:331; 
2:6, 11; 4:201; 9:422, 440; 11: 
122, 270; 12:271; 14:374 6 ; 
remedies, 1:57; 6:201; 7:289- 
95. 
conquisitor, Pimpla, 1:85, 86; 5:310; 

11:134, 138; 14:358 8 . 
consimilis, Bombus, 11:104. 
consobrinus, Culex (syn. C. impa- 
tiens, C. punctor), 12:321. 



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constricta, Aesclma, 11:284. 

Clisiocampa, 8:296. 
contaminellus, Crambus, 1:150, 151. 
contigua, Chrysobothris, 11:267. 
contracta, Datana, 11:264. 
contrariana, Penthina, see P. nim- 

batana. 
contubernalellus, Chaetochilus, see 

Ypsolophus pometellus. 
Ypsoloplius, see Y. pometellus. 
convergens, Hippodamia, 3:153; 5: 

249-50, 257; 7:382; 11:282; 14: 

390 6 . 
convexipennis, Cucullia, 9:450, 455; 

14:311", 313 4 . 
convolutella, Dakruma, see Zopho- 

dia. 
Convolvulus, Coptocycla bicolor 

(syn. C. aurichalcea) on, 1:306; 6: 

125. 
Cook, A. J., cited, 1:184, 194, 228; 2: 

57, 118; 4:28; 5:234; 7:256, 321; 

11:146, 152, 248; 12:192; 13:352 4 ; 

on arsenical spraying of blossoms, 

11:118; referred to, 11:117; Man- 
ual of the apiary cited, 14:355". 
Cooke, Matthew, cited, 4:115 ; qaoted, 

11:222; Injurious insects of the 

orchard, vineyard, field, garden, etc. 

cited, 11:127, 134, 222, 232, 249; 

12:191, 218; Treatise on the insects 

injurious to fruit and fruit trees of 

the state of California cited, 11: 

232 
Cooki'ngham, P. D., insects from, 

10:518. 
Cooledge, T. J., insects from, 11: 

286, 288. 

Cooley, J. A., insects from, 4:207. 
Cooley, R. A., cited, 12:254; 13:341S 

344 8 . 

Coombs, M. B., quoted, 13:359 7 . 
Coon, H. C., insects from, 4:207; 6: 

187; 7:383; 10:517, 519. 
Cooper, G. L., insects from, 11:267. 
Cooper, Mrs J. M., insects from, 8: 

OQQ 

copalina, Orthaltica, 5:271; 14:363 3 . 
Copidosoma, 1:156. 

truncatellum, 3:140. 
copiosa, Chloropisca, 4:70. 
Coprini, 3:102. 
Copris, 7:254. 

anaglypticus, 10:516. 
coprophila, Sciara, 10:391, 397; 12: 

351; 14:308 3 , 378 9 , 393 2 . 
Coptocycla aurichalcea, see C. bi- 
color. 

bicolor (syn. C. aurichalcea, C. 
punctata, Cassida aurichal- 
cea); attacking sweet potato 
vines, 1:306; 2:223; 6:125-26;. 
7:363, 376; reference, 1:306;' 



6:127; 7:377; 8:298; 14:320", 
322 5 , 330 s , 366S 367 s ; remedies, 
1:33, 57. 

clavata, 1:33, 57; 5:322; 6:126, 
127; 7:382; 9:454; 13:374- 14: 
325, 341 8 , 367 s . 
guttata, see C. signifera. 
punctata, see C. bicolor. 
signifera (syn. C. guttata), 6: 

127; 7:369; 14:318 3 . 
coquebertii, Otiocerus, 1:298; 9:386. 
Coquillet, D. W., cited, 1:116; 5:193, 
207, 213; 10:389, 405; 11:177, 232, 
242; 12:191, 205, 273; insects 
from, 7:382; referred to, 12:321. 
Corbett, John, insects from, 4:206. 
Cordiceps ravenelii, 8:298. 
Cordulegastrina, 4:176. 
Cordylopeza nigrincdis, see Galasa 

rubidana. 

Coieidae, 10:432-39. 
Coretha, 12:231. 

Coreus linearis, see Lygus pratensis. 
Coriander, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4: 

92. 

Corimelaena pulicaria, 5:319; 8:212- 
14, 283; 10:497; 14:340 r> , 371 5 , 
382 8 

Corisiae, 11:248. 
Corisidae, 2:31. 

Cork, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:92. 
Corn, insects injurious to; 
Agriotes maiicus, 4:207. 
Blissus leucopterus, 1:7, 302; 

2:151, 154, 156. 
Calandra oryzae, 7:362, 383. 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:201; 14: 

350 s . 
Crambus species, 4:14, 206. 

zeellus, 4:14. 
cut worm, 5:312. 
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7:217; 

12:348. 

longicornis, 12:348. 
Epicauta pennsylvanica, 6:136. 

vittata, 6:133. 

Euphoria inda, 1:235; 6:173; 
8:295; 10:503; 12:314; 14: 
317 6 , 385 9 . 

Gortyna species, 9:447. 
Heliothis armiger, 2:2; 6:185; 

7:216, 262; 13:366 8 ; 14:397 2 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor- 
tyna) 1:112; 2:226; 3:149; 
5:304, 324; 6:168, 176; 8:112, 
191-92; 9:447; 14:332 3 , 354", 
360. 
Julus caeruleocinctus, 10:446. 

impressus, ^3:132. 
Lathridius ruficollis (syn. L. 

pulicarius), 6:184; 14:330 3 . 
Leptoglossus oppositus, 3:153. 



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445 



Corn, insects injurious to; 

Lcurania unipuncta, 12:197, 

108, 20G, 309. 
species, 9:457. 
l.y.mis prateusis, 13:352 5 . 
M.-icrodnci vlus subspiuosus, 

1:229; 4:15, 199. 
Mcgilhi macula ta, 2:233; 4:80; 

14:336. 

Melanoplus spretus (syn. Calop- 
1:7. 

polita, 7:233. 
Mononioriuni pharaonis (syn. 

M. molestum), 10:3GG. 
Murgantia histrionica, 1:265. 
Nophelodes minians var. vio- 

lans, 1:104. 
Noctua clandestina (syn. Agro- 

tis), 8:235. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 

tis), 5:205. 
Phorbia fusciceps (syn. An- 

thomyia zeae), 1:199. 
Sibine stimulea (syn. Empre- 

tia), 6:187. 
Sitotroga cerealella, 2:106; 10: 

380. 

Sphenophorus sculptilis (syn. S. 

venatus, S. zeae), 1 :254, 260, 

305, 318; 2:16, 52, 231; 6:178; 

7:376. 

Systena taeuiata (syn. S. blan- 

da), 4:155, 198; 9:344. 
Thrips cerealium, 11:249. 
wire worms, 12:347, 361. 
Xylophasia arctica (syn. Mam- 

estra), 9:447; 14:311 1 . 
devastatrix (syn. Iladeua), 

8:235. 

Zabrns gibbus, 3:99. 
Corn bug, 1 :233, 260, 310. 
Corn curculio. 1:253-63; 6:178; 14: 

322 3 , 326 9 , 336 2 . 

Corn cut worm, 5:312; 14:337 7 , 36C 3 
Corn grubs, 9:353, 356. 
Corn insects, 4:80, 82. 
Corn maggot, black headed, 10:388. 
Corn root worm, northern, 12:348; 
14:391; southern, 12:348; 14: 
391 5 . 

Corn saw fly, 3:88; 7:334. 
Corn worm, 1:8, 116-26; 6:168 185; 

7:216, 363; 14:330 5 , 360 5 . 
Cornell university agricultural ex- 
periment station, Bulletin cited,- 
9:318; 10:454; 11:205, 249; 12:194, 
254; 13:335, 353 7 ; Department of 
entomology, Report cited, 4:115; 
6:147; 10:454; 11:160. 
cornicola Haematobia, see H. ser- 

rata. 

Stornoxys, see Haematobia ser- 
rata. 



cornifoliae, Aphis, 9:405, 412. 
cornifoliella Antispila, 11:157, 159. 
' Corning, Erasttis, jr, insects from, 

4:206, 208; 6:187; 7:381; 8:300. 
Cornus, sec Dogwood, 
cornuta, Corydalis, 4:208; 5:326; 7: 
254; 8:107, 156, 158, 159-62, 
300; 10:490, 497,. 501, 512; 11: 
288; 14:379 4 , 382*, 385 2 . 
Hemerobius, see Corydalis. 
Raphidia, sec Corydalis. 
Cornwell, R. C. de V., insects from, 

13:371 8 . 

Correspondenz Blatt cited, 2:116. 
corrusca, Ellychnia, 9:463. 
.Corsair, black, 4:109, 111; 14:357 6 . 

two spotted, 4:112. 
corticalis, Chermes, of Europe, 2: 

184. 

Tenebrioides, 11:267. 
Corycia vestaliata, see Orthofi- 

donia. 

Corydalis cornuta, 4:208; 5:326; 7: 

254; 8:107, 156, 158, 159-62, 300; 

10:490, 497, 501, 512; 11:288; 14: 

379 4 , 382 4 , 385 2 . 

coryli, Telamona (syn. T. tristis), 

9:391, 410. 

Corylus americaua, see Hazel. 
Corymbites caricinus, 11:267. 
Corythuca arcuata (syn. Tingis), 1: 

311; 4:108; 11:270. 
cilia ta, 4:107-19, 208; 14:357 a . 
juglandis, 4:108. 
pelygrapha, 4:109. 
species, 11:270. 

Coscinoptera dominicana, 11:269. 
Cosmopepla carnifex (syn. Cimex), 

2:144-47; 9:458; 14:314 8 , 342 8 . 
Cossidae, 2:216; 5:311; 14:336 8 . 
Cossus centerensis, 2:216; 3:140; 7: 
373; 8:294; 14:307 4 , 317 B , 320-'. 
crepera, see Prionoxystus robi- 

niae. 

ligniperda, erroneous reference 
of Thyridopteryx ephemerae- 
form is. 
plagiatus, see Prionoxystus 

robiniae. 
querciperda, see Prionoxystus 

macmurtrei. 
reticulatus, "see Prionoxystus 

robiniae. 

robiniae, see Prionoxystus. 
undosus, 7:375; 14:307 5 , 322 1 . 
costalis, Asopia, see Pyralis. 
Hypsopygea, see Pyralis. 
Phalaena, see Pyralis. 
Pyralis, see Pyralis costalis. 
Cotalpa lanigera, 6:183; 11:268; 14: 

329 7 . 

Cotoneaster, Aspidiotus pernicio- 
sus on, 11:224. 



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Cotton, insects injurious to; 
Aletia argillacea, 1:7, 35. 
Chauliognathus inarginatus, 4: 

84. 
Dysdercus suturellus, 2:166; 6: 

183. 
Eopantheria ocularia (syn E. 

scribonia), 12:183. 
Euphoria inda, 1:235. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:117. 
Largus succinctus, 2:166. 
Systena frontalis, 9:344. 

taeniata (syn. S. blanda), 
4:155, 198, 207; 9:344; 
14:348 9 . 

Thrips, 11:248, 250. 
Cotton stainer, 2:166; 6:183. 
Cotton worm, Carolina Mantis prey- 
ing on, 4:158, 161; estimated loss 
by, 1:7-8; 12:341-42; parasites of, 
1:85, 86; Pennsylvania soldier 
beetle preying on, 9:345; refer- 
ence, 1:40, 58, 117, 226; 10:467; 
11:138; reference to work of U. S. 
ent. comm. on, 4:177, 102; reme- 
dies, 1:37, 38; 3:37; sensitiveness 
to paris green, 1:35. 
Cotton worm moth (Aletia argilla- 
cea), 1:58, 117, 328; 2:220; 4:206; 
11:266. 

Cottonwood, insects injurious to; 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Melasoma scripta (syn. Lina), 

10:500; 11:183. 
Oberea bimaculata, 5:233. 
Pemphigus populi-transversus, 

13:361 2 . 

Trichiocampus viminalis (syn. 

Aulacomerus lutescens), 4:44. 

Wollastonia quercicola, 2:53. 

Cottonwood leaf beetle, 10:517; 11- 

103, 181-89; 12:357; 14-:384 6 , 395 7 . 

Cottony cushion scale, 4:187; 5-326- 

6:104: 7:340; 11:271. 
Couch, Charles, insects from, 7:382. 
Council of Philadelphia, Report on 
insects injurious to vegetation 
(Leidy) cited, 6:147. 
Country gentleman, numerous ab- 
stracts occur near the end of each 
report and frequent citations mny 
be found under most insects 
treated. 

Courier and freeman cited, 1 :127. 
Cow bird feeding on army worm, 

12:209. 
Cow horn fly (Haematobia serrata), 

see Horn fly. 

Cow pea Bruchus, 7:270. 
Cowdry, N. H., cited 12:237. 
Cox, Samuel, insects from, 9:462. 
coxendix, Oscinis, 1:225. 



Coy, C. H., insects from, 9:464. 
Crab apple, Siberian, Odontota dor- 

salis feeding on, 12:266. 
Crabonidae, 5:284. 
Crambidae, 1:150; 6:181; 12:204. 
Crambodes talidiformis, 10:482, 
Crambus, 1:99, 100, 127, 139, 146, 

147, 148, 150; 4:206. 
dried, 1:149-51; 14:335 8 . 
vagabond, 1:53, 110, 127-49, 

151; 2:2, 114; 6:182; 14:335". 
Crambus alpinellus, 1:150. 

chalybirostris, see C. vulgivagel- 

lus. 

contaminellus, 1:150, 151. 
craterellus, 1:150. 
culmellus, 1:141, 150, 151. 
dumetellus, 1 :150. 
ericellus, 1:150. 
exsiccatus, see C. trisectus. 
fascelinellus, 1:151. 
furcatellus, 1:150. 
fuscisquamellus, 1:151. 
geniculus, 1:151. 
hamellus, 1:150. 
inquinatellus, 1 :150. 
latistrius, 1:150. 
lithargyrellus, 1 :150. 
margaritellus, 1 :150. 
myellus, 1:150. 
pascuellus, 1:150. 
perlellus, 1:150. 
silvellus, 1:150. 

trisectus (syn. C. exsiccatus), 1: 
136, 138, 149-51; 14:328 3 , 335. 
uliginosellus, 1 :150. 
undatus, 1:151. 
verell 1 s, 1:150. 

vulgiviig llus (syn. C. chaly- 
birostris): abundance of, 1: 
133-34, 136, 140; alarm ex- 
cited by attack, 1:133-34; as- 
sociated with Nephelodes, 1: 
99; delayed pupation, 1:137- 
38; description of stages, 1: 
134, 138, 141; detailed ac- 
count, 1:127-49; life history, 
1:136-39, 144; natural ene- 
mies, 1:144-47; ravages, 1: 
127-32, 135, 143; 2:2; refer- 
ence, 1:100, 109, 151; 2:114; 
6:182, 183; 14:327 6 , 327 8 , 329 a , 
329 s , 329 4 , 335 6 ; remedies, 1: 
53, 148-49. 

warringtonellus, 1:150, 151. 
zeellus, 4:14. 

Cramer, Pieter, Papillons exotiques 
des tres partes du monde cited, 5: 
174; 11:126. 

Cranberry, insects injurious to; 
Clastoptera obtnsa, 5:245 
Leucania unipunct-i, 12:123, 198, 
206. 



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Crane, Mrs II. P., insects from, 3: 

142; 7:384. 
Crangonyx gracilis, 9:348. 

naucronatus, 8:279, 300; 9:347- 

49; 10:498, 519; 14::JG9", 383. 

Crannell, E. S., insects from, 12:361. 

Crannell, Monroe, insects from, 4: 

205. 

Craponius inaequalis, 2:33; 8:286, 
299; 9:364, 365; 10:498; 14:372*, 
383 7 . 

crassifemoris, Osciuis, 1:225. 
crassipes, Gamasns, 11:259. 
Cratacanthus dubius, 12:209. 
orataegella, Lithocolletis, see L. po- 

mifoliella. 

crataegi, Anthonomus, see Pseud- 
, anthonomus. 
Cecidornyia, of Europe, 7:308, 

364; 14:367 2 . 

Conotrachelus, 2:11; 4:15, 87, 

208; 5:316; 6:181; 10:419-20, 

. 511; 12:352; 14:328 5 , 339", 

350", 393 5 . 
l-iochmaea (syn. Galeruca san- 

guinea), 11:197. 

Pseudanthonomus (syn. Anthon- 
omus), 1:331; 11:270. 
Thelia 1:284, 9:392, 11:270. 
var. pretiosa, Catocala (syn. C. 
pretiosa), 7:375; 8:292; 14: 
307 9 , 316 1 , 321 7 . 

crataegifoliae, Aphis, 9:406, 412. 
crataegifoliella, Ornix, 11:267. 
Crataegus, see Hawthorn. 

oxyacantha, gall on, 7:308. 
tomentosa, see Thorn, black, 
craterellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Cratotechus orgyiae (syn. Tricho- 

gramma), 1:303; 2:79. 
Craw, A., cited, 12:293. 
Crawfish, blind, 9:348. 
Crawford F. S., cited, 10:403; 
Report on Fusicladiums, etc., in 
Australia cited, 10:453. 
Cremastogaster cerasi, see C. line- 

olata var. cerasi. 
lineolata, var. cerasi 10:365-66, 

491; 14:379 4 . 
crenulata, Lachnosterna, 1:330; 11: 

268. 
Orthodes (syn. O. iufirma), 

1 :340. 
crepera, Cossus, see Prionoxystus 

robiniae. 

Crepidodera cucumeris, see Epitrix. 
erythropus, see C. ruh'pes. 
helxines, 4:102, 196; 11:269. 
ruflpes (syn. Altica, C. erythro- 
pus), 4:101-3, 196; 11:269; 14: 
348 5 , 357 5 . 



Crepis, Plusia brassicae on, 2:91. 
crepuscularia, Boarmla, see Cleora. 
Cleora (syn. Boarmia), 11:266. 
cresphontes, Heraclides (syn. Pa* 
pilio), 9:336-37, 461; 10:498, 
515; 14:383 T . 
1 'a pilio, sec Heraclides. 
Cresson, E. T., cited, 4:35; referred 
to, 12:308; studies of bees, 11:103, 
104; Synopsis of the families and 
genera of the Hymcnoptera of North 
America cited, 4:35, 42; 5:164, 173; 
11:109; 13:335", 338 8 , 340 9 . 
cressoni, Urocerus, see U. cressoni. 
Cressonia juglandis (syn. Smerin- 

thus), 10:508; 14:309". 
cretata, Saperda, 1:331; 11:269. 
Crickets, 1:40, 79; 2:1, 36; 4:126, 

165, 190. 
common black, 8:179; 10:497; 

14*282 2 
mole,V:233; 6:149-51; 10:519; 

12:363; 14:335\ 368 2 . 
snowy, 1 :315. 
Crioceridae, 1:243, 244. 
Crioceris asparagi, see Asparagus 

beetle, 
calmariensis, see Galerucella 

luteola. 

trilineata, sec Lema. 
12-punctata, see Asparagus 

beetle, 12-spotted. 
crispata, Lagoa, see Megalopyge. 
M<-galopyge (syn. Lagoa), 4:52, 
53, 54; 5:186, 188; 9:452; 11: 
264; 14:312 8 . 
Crispell, C. W., insects from, 5:324, 

326. 
cristatus, Cimex, see Prionidus. 

Prionidus (syn. Cimex, Priono- 
tus), 2:230; 4:13; 5:316; 6:138- 
41; 8:294; 14:317 1 , 333 8 , 339% 
368 2 . 

Prionotus, see Prionidus. 
crocallata, Tetracis, 10:483. 
crocataria, Angerona, see Xantho- 

type. 
Xanthotype (syn. Angerona), 4: 

206; 10:483. 
Crocus, Anthrenus scrophulariae 

on, 5:267. 

Crophius disconotus, 1 1 :270. 
Cross, T. E., insects from, 6:186. 
Crotch, G. R., cited, 4:80, 101, 155; 
Check list of the Coleoptera of 
America north of Mexico cited, 1: 
228, 233, 239; 2:132; 4:80; 7:255; 
11:181. 
Croton bug, 1:62, 65, 79, 343; 4:121, 

132, 139; 5:295; 7:326. 
Croton bug killer, 7:326. 
Crow, A. E., on Cicada, 12:284. 



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Crow, M. L., on Cicada pupae, 12: 

284. 
Crow feeding on Cicada pupae, 12: 

288. 
Crowe, David, insects from, 6:189; 

7:383. 

cruciarius, Ixodes, 6:158. 
cruciferarum, Plntella, 1:322. 
Crustaceans, 4:202; 9:347-49, 46G; 

10:519; 11:288; 14:35 1 8 , 
crypticus, Glyptoscelis, 1:331; 11: 

269. 
Cryptocampus angustus, 13:336". 

saliceti, 13:336 6 . 

Cryptoliypnus abbreviatus, 8:200. 
Cryptolechia schlaegeri, see Steno- 

ma. 

Crypturgus atomus, see C. pusillus. 
mali, see Monarthrum. 
pusillus (syn. C. atomus), 4:20, 

24. 

Cryptus inquisitor, see Pimpla. 
mundus, 1:147. 

smithii (syn. Hemite^s), 1:86. 
Ctenucha latreillana, see C. virgini- 

ca. 
virginica (syn. C. latreillana), 

1:317; 9:456; 14:313 8 . 
Cuckoo, feeding on Cicada, 12:289. 
black billed (Coccygus ery- 

thropthalmus), 2:82. 
yellow billed (Coccygus ameri- 

canus), 2:82. 

Cucujidae, 3:100: 11:267. 
cucullata, Tettix, 2:197. 
Cucullia asteroides, 9:455; 10:482; 

14:313*. 
convexipennis, 9:450, 455; 14: 

311 9 , 313 4 . 

florea, 9:456; 14:316 6 . 
intermedia, 7:375; 9:450; 14: 

311 9 , 321 9 . 
laetifica, 7:375; 8:292; 14:307 T , 

315 7 , 321 6 . 
lucifuga, 9:450. 
serraticornis, 9:456; 14:307 8 , 

318 8 . 

speyeri, 9:456; 14:307 7 , 313 8 . 
Cucumber, insects, etc., injurious 

to; 

Anasa tristis, 2:29. 
Aphis gossypii (syn. A. cucum- 

eris), 8:211. 

Corirnelaena pulicaria, 8:213. 
cut worms, 5:157. 
Dactylopius citri (syn. D. de- 
structor), 3:138. 

Diabrotica 12-punctata, 12:348. 
vittata, 2:28, 29; 4:103; 5: 
159; 7:367; 9:361, 362; 10: 
413. 

fcpitrix cucumeris, 1:65; 2:29 
Julus species, 1:307. 



Cucumber, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206. 
Margaronia hyalinata (syn. Eu- 
dioptis, Pliakellura), 5: 
320; 11:136. 

nitidalis (syn. Eudioptis, 
Pliakellura), 5:320; 11: 
130, 131, 132. 
Melittia satyriniformis (syn. M. 

cucurbitae). 5:320. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Polydesmus complanatus, 3:133. 

serratus, 12:301. 
Smynthurus liortensis, 2:207. 
Tbrips tabaci, 11:244. 
Cucumber beetle, striped, eating 
into pear buds, 4:103; reference, 
1:33, 244, 296, 316, 322, 331; 5: 
235; 7:337, 367; 8:250; 9:419; 10: 
498; 11:269; 12:352; 14:360 G , 362 4 , 
369 1 , 383 7 , 393 4 ; remedies, 2:28, 29; 
6:169; 7:367-68; 9:361-64; 10:413- 
14. 

Cucumber flea beetle, 1:33, '244; 
4:156; 5:271; 10:489; 11:269; 13: 
373 a ; 14:378 S . 
Cucumber moth, 5:320. 
Cucumber plant louse, 11:168. 
cucumeris, Aphis, see A. gossypii. 
Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Crepidodera, see Epitrix. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 5: 
306; 8:212; 11:165, 168; 12: 
357; 14:308 8 , 355, 395 5 . 
Epitrix (syn. Crepidodera), 1: 
33, 65, 195, 244; 2:29; 4:156; 
5:271; 10:489; 11:269; 13: 
373 9 ; 14:378. 
cucurbitae, Argeria, see Melittia 

satyriniformis. 

Melittia, see M. satyriniformis. 
cucurbitaphidis, Lysiphlebus, 1 1 : 

167. 
Cucuyo, 11:174-77; 12:357, 362; 14: 

395 7 . 
Culex, 1:191; 12:320, 321, 325, 326, 

327. 

ciliatus, see Psorophora. 
consobrinus (syn. C. impatiens, 

C. punctor), 12:321. 
darnnosus, see C. taeniorhyn- 

chus. 

excitans, 12:321. 
excrucians, 12:321. 
fasciatus (syn. C. mosquito), 

12:331. 
hyemalis, see Anopheles puncti- 

pennis. 

impatiens, see C. consobrinus. 
impiger (syn. C. implacabilis), 

12:321. 
implacabilis, see C. impiger. 



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Culox mosquito, see C. fasciatus. 
porturlmns, 12:321. 
pipiens, 12:321, 327. 
provocans, 12:321. 
punctor, see C. consobrinus. 
pungens, 12:321. 
rufus, 12:327. 
stimulans, 12:321. 
taeniorhynchus (syn. C. damno- 

sus), 12:321. 
Culicidae, 2:112; 7:315;12:320, 321, 

332. 

culmellus, Crambus, 1:141, 150, 151. 
culta, Phisia, 2:97; 14:307 8 . 
Cultivator cited, 1: 227, 253; 2:102. 
Cultivator and country gentleman 

see Country gentleman. 
cunea, Hyphantria, 1:57, 306, 328; 

2:83; 3:93; 9:295, 422; 11:264. 
cuniculi, Cuterebra, 7:367, 382; 14: 

368 9 . 
Cunningham, H. D., insects from, 

11:287. 
cupida, Agrotis, see Rhynchagrotis 

anchocelioides. 
Curculio, apple, see Apple tree cur- 

culio. 

plum, see Pluni curculio. 
Curculio nenuphar, see Conotrach- 

elus. 

noveboracensis, sec, Ithycerus. 
ovatus, see Otiorhynchus. 
pimpinellae, 1:248. 
pisorum, see Bruchus. 
proboscideus, sec Balaninus. 
punctatus, see Phytonomus. 
Curculionid, infesting elm, 12:246. 
Curculionidae, habits of, 1:45; 2:15, 
53; 9:297, 345; number of larvae 
described, 4:182; reference, 3:106, 
139; 6:118; 11:270; sense organs 
in, 1:69; species treated of, 1:247- 
63; 9:344-45; 10:419-20; 12:267- 
72. 

curculionis, Sigalphus, 1:308. 
Currant, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus ancylus, 11:275,287; 

14.-.388 3 . 
nerii, 5:279, 317; 8:215; 11: 

204. 
perniciosus, 11:207,224; 13: 

374 8 . 

Cosmopepla carnifex, 2:146. 
currant worm, 2:24. 
Diastictis ribearia (syn. Eu- 

fitchia), 12:311; 13:372 4 . 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:112; 8:191. 
Janus integer (syn. Phylloecus 
flaviventris), 8:166; 9:461; 11: 
284; 12:308: 13:335". 
Mamestra piota, 4:16; 5:209. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 



Currant, insects injurious to; 
Myzus cerasi, 5:256; 9:346. 

ribis, 6:167; 9:370; 11:275; 

13:363 6 . 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:271, 

277; 4:200. 

Psenocerus supernotatus, 1:321. 

Pteronus ribesii (syn. Nematus 

ventricosus), 2:24, 220; 3:85, 

144; 7:335, 361; 8:125. 

Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143. 

Sesia tipuliformis (syn. Ae- 

geria), 2:60. 
Tenthredo rufopectus, 12:308, 

359. 
black, insects injurious to; 

Lycia cognataria (syn. Am- 

' phidasys), 2:98. 
Myzus cerasi, 5:256. 

ribis (syn. Aphis), 3:145. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:271, 

277; 5:274. 
flowering, Aspidiotus perniciosus 

,on, 11:224. 
Missouri, Lycia cognataria (syn. 

Amphidasys) on, 2:101. 
Currant Amphidasys, 2:97-101,227; 

14:342 5 . 

Currant aphis, 1:272; 9:370, 371, 
376, 10:498; 11:275-76; 13:363 5 ; 
14:360 l , 3S3 8 , 388 s . 
Currant borer (Aegeria), 1:8, 57. 
Currant borer (Psenocerus), 1:321. 
Currant moth, 1:299. 
Currant saw fly, 2:217-21; 3:44, 88; 

4:197; 14:333 4 , 343 2 , 382 5 . 
Currant span worm, 12:360. 
Currant stem borer, 2:60; 13:335 T . 
Currant stem girdler, 4:17, 47, 189; 
6:190; 7:352; 8:166-68, 264; 10: 
497; 11:284; 12:308; 13:337 1 . 
Currant worm, egg parasite of, 2: 
217-21; 229; 4:194, 197; embryol- 
ogy of (reference), 4:167; killed by 
heavy rains, 8:125; Podisus cyni- 
cus preying on, 7:^61; ravages, 3: 
85; reference, 1:8, 43, 226; 5:300; 
7:335; 12:311; 14:.-U7 7 , 348", 3H3 8 , 
F62 3 , 365 7 ; remedies, 1:41, 42, 46, 
56, 59, 60; 2:24; 5:156-57. 
Currants, dried, Silvanus surina- 

mensis infesting, 12:361. 
curtipennis, Stenobothrus, 2:197. 
Curtis, H. S., insects from, 10:518. 
Curtis, John, cited, 1:172; 4:114; 7: 
324; 11:248; referred to, 12:302; 
British entomology (Diptera) cited, 
4-73; Farm insects cited, 1:172, 
184, 191, 237, 239; 5:246; 7:279; 9: 
.",07; 10:388; 11:248. 
curtisii, Amblycephalus, see Athys- 
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curtisii, Athysanus (syn. Amblyce- 

phalus), 9:401, 410. 
curvata, Campylenchia (syn. En- 

chqphyllum latipes), 9:387, 410. 
curvidens, Tornicus, of Europe, 2: 

54. 
curvilineatella, Lithocolletls, see 

Bucculatrix pomifoliella. 
Cut worm, ants attacking, 1:321; 
attacking cabbage, 1:312; at- 
tacking corn, 7:363; 9:447; at- 
tacking onions, 4:13; 8:126; 
detailed account of, 5:308, 
318 (abstracts); 8:231-42; gen- 
eral notice (abstract), 1:303; 
6:175; habits of violet Nephe- 
lodes, 1:104; imported species, 
list of, 1:8; in midwinter, 4: 
56; life history of variegated 
cut worm, 5:200-6; reference, 
1:110, 254; 256, 316, 322; 4: 
14, 178; 6:171; 12:205, 314; 
13:366 5 ; 14:3ir, 334 2 , 340 2 , 
340 7 , 342 1 , 343 5 , 349 7 , 356 T , 361 1 , 
388 6 , 394 2 , 397 2 ; remedies for, 
1:58, 63, 64; 2:28, 35; 5:206, 
319; 8:238-42; 12:353; 14:337 T ; 
secrecy of work, 8:264; 
species, number of, 1:22. 
black, 8:187-91; 14:371 8 . 
black lined, 8:235, 236. 
bronze colored, 1:99-110, 136; 

4:54; 8:173, 235; 14:357 6 . 
checkered, 11:265. 
climbing. 1:58, 328; 5:210; 11: 

121, 265. 

Cochran's 1:328; 11:265. 
dark sided, 1:58, 328; 8:188; 11: 

265. 

greasy, 1:58. 
red, 11:265. 
speckled, 11:265. 
variegated. 1:328; 5:200-6; 11: 

265; 14:362 7 . 

w-marked, 1:328; 8:199; 11:265. 
Cuterebra buccata, 2:46. 

cuniculi. 7:367, 382; 14:368 9 . 
urnasculator, 2:45; 4:174; 7:367; 

13:372 8 ; 14:368". 
Cuvier, G. L., Rcgne animal cited, 2: 

102. 

cyaneus, TJrocerus. 13:342?, 342 s . 
cyanipes, Melanoplus, 11:272. 
Cyaniris pseudargiolus (syn. Ly- 
caena), 5:285; 7:375; 8:291; 
14,:315 4 , 321 8 , 321 4 , 321 s . 
pseudargiolus var. lucia (syn. 
Lycaena lucia), 7:375; 8: 
291; 14:315 4 . 

var. neglecta (syn. Lycaena 
neglecta), 7:374; 8:291; 
14:315 4 , 321 s . 



Cyanocitta cristata, see Jay, blue, 
cybele, Argynnis, 4:136; 5:285. 
Cyclone burner for army worm, 12: 

193. 
Cycnia tenera (syn. Euchaetes col- 

laris), 9:455; 14:313 5 . 
Cydnidae, 1:264-71; 2:144. 
Cydonia japonica, see Quince, Jap- 
anese. 

cydoniae, Tingis, 1:311. 
Cylas formicarius, 3:141, 154; 14: 

347 s . 
cylindricuni, Orthosoma, see O. 

brunneum. 
Cyllene capraea, see Neoclytus. 

pictus (syn. Clytus), 1:297; 2: 
223; 8:110, 175, 176; 10:497; 
13:360\ 373 6 ; 14:331 2 , 382 7 , 
400 2 . 

robiniae (syn. Clytus), 1:317; 2: 
224; 7:363; 8:175, 176; 10:504, 
517; 13:360 5 ; 14:366 6 , 386 4 . 
cymatophoroides, Pseudothyatira 

(syn. P. expultrix), 10:481. 
cynicus, Podisus (syn. Arma gran- 

dis), 1:331; 7:356, 361; 14:365 8 . 
Cynipidae, 1:314; 4:42, 43, 172; 

5:308. 

Cynips glandulosus, 4:44. 
operator, see Andricus. 
prunus, see Amphibolips. 
Cynthia cardui, see Vanessa. 
Cyperus, Aspidiotus nerii on, 11: 

287. 

Cvpress, Icerya purchasi on, 4:187. 
Cyrtolobus (syn. Cyrtosia), 1:300; 9: 

389, 410. 
fenestratus (syn. Cyrtosia), 9: 

389, 410. 

inornatus, see Atymna. 
vau. (syn. Smilia), 9:388, 410. 
Cyrtophyllus concavus (syn. Platy- 
phyllum), 3:135; 5:323; 6:189; 11: 
284; 12:363; 14:341 9 . 
Cyrtosia, see Cyrtolobus. 

fenestrata, see Cyrtolobus fen- 
estratus. 

marmorata, see Carynota. 
Cytisus, Mecyna reversalis on, 
11:142. 

Daboll C. E., insects from, 4:207. 
Dactylis glomerata, sec Orchard 

grass, 
Dactylopius adonidum (syn. D. 

longifilis), 2:56. 

citri (syn. D. destructor), 3:138. 
destructor, see D. citri. 
longifilis, see D. adonidum. 
Dahlia, insects injurious to; 

Diabrotica 12-punctata, 1 :315, 

382. 
Epilachna borealis, 7:382. 



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45i 



Dahlia, insects injurious to; 

Hydroiu-ia nitela (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:112; 8:491; 10:509. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Daily democrat [Amsterdam], 14: 

338*. 
Dniiuio, see Catodaulis. 

tethys, see Catodaulis. 
Dairy pest, 8:286. 
Daisy, insects injurious to; 

Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

230. 
Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 

lateralis in error), 4:73, 207. 
Trie-nodes nuttalli, 3:138. 
ox-eye, used as insecticide, 2:34. 
Dakruiua couvolutella, see Zopho- 

dia. 

Dall, C. H., cited 7:324, 9:309. 
dama, Lucanus, 1:330; 4:180, 207; 

11:268, 284; 12:362. 
damnosus, Culex, sec C. taeniorhyn- 

clius. 

Dana natural history society, 14: 
:W; paper read before, 12:319-35. 
Danais, 2:214. 

archippus, sec Anosia plexip- 

pus. 

Dance, Abel, insects from, 13:374". 
Dandelion, insects injurious to; 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:92. 
Danforth, Mrs J. H., insects from, 

13:372". 

Daniell, W. F., insects from, 4:207. 
Dansby, J. V., cited, 12:192. 
Darapsa myron, sec Ampelophaga. 
Daremma undulosa, see Ceratomia. 
Darwin, Charles, Origin of species 

referred to, 12:349. 
Darwin, F., cited, 11:248. 
Datana, 10:466. 
angusii, 4:178. 
contracta, 11:264. 
integerrima, 1:328; 11:264; 12: 

309; 14:399 3 . 
major, 8:296. 

ministra, Anomalon parasitic 
on, 8:108, 164; attacking 
apple, 1:328; 5:307; reference, 
1:320; 2:83; 5:169, 324; 7: 
381; 11:264, 285; 14:356 2 ; 
remedies, 1:57. 
perspicua, 7:381. 
Datura stramonium, sec Jamestown 

weed, 
dauci, Aphis, of Europe, 3:123, 151. 

Phora, 10:405. 
Daucus, see Carrot. 
Davenport academy of natural 
sciences, Proceedings cited, 6:147. 
Davenport daily gazette cited, 6:147. 



Davies, S. M., insects from, 13-.371 6 , 

375 5 . 

Davis, G. C., cited, 10:478; 11:147, 
197; 13:353 8 ; quoted, 11:171; re- 
ferred to, 12:294. 
Davis, G. C. and Taft, L. R., cited, 

11:233. 

Davis, W. T., cited, 7:296; 12:273. 
De Angelis, W. W., insects from, 8: 

298. 

Dearness, J., cited, 12:194. 
Death watch, 1:162, 316; 2:202; 5: 

323; 14:341 8 . 

decemlineata, Doryphora, 1 :145, 
244, 322; 2:3; 5:289; 6:132; 8: 
298; 9:297, 422; 12:237; 14: 
387 5 . 

Polyphylla, 11:268. 
decemmaculata, Coccinella, see Me- 

gilla maculata. 

decemnotata, Xanthonia, 11:269. 
deceptiva, Hylemyia, see Phorbia 

fusciceps. 

decipiens, Xylocleptes, 11:270. 
decoloratus, Asaphes, 8:200. 
decumanus, Melanotus (syn. M. 

incertus), 1:330; 11:267. 
definita, Notolophus (syn. Orgyia), 

4:50; 8:289, 296; 14:373 8 . 
Orgyia, see Notolophus. 
defoliaria, Hybernia, 11:266. 
De Freest, Lewyllen, insects from, 

12:363. 

De Geer, Carl, Memoir es pour ser- 
vir a rhistoirc des insects cited, 2: 
164, 187; 4:80. 
Degeeria nivalis (syn. Podura), 2: 

244. 

degeerii, Otiocerus, 9:386. 
dehaisiana, Carpocapsa, see C. salti- 

tans. 
Deilephila chamaenerii, 5:175; 10: 

508; 12:359; 14:309 8 . 
lineata, 1:119, 327; 5:175; 9:451; 

10:508, 519; 11:264; 14:309 S . 
De Jean, P. F. M. A., Catalogue des 
Colcoptcres de la collection <lc M. le 
Comte Dcjwn cited, 2:136; 7: 
285. 

Delaware agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin cited, 10:278; 11: 
233; Report cited, 12:254. 
delicatulus, Hemerobius, see Psectra 

diptera. 
Deloyala, 6:126. 

clavata, see Coptocycla. 
Delphax arvensis, see Liburnia. 

dorsalis, see Stenocranus. 
Deltocephalus inimicus (syn. Arn- 

blycephalus), 9:401-2, 410. 
melsheimerii (syn. Amblyceph- 
alus), 9:401, 410. 



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Deltocephalus sayii (syn. Ambly- 

cephalus). 9:401, 410. 
Deltoidea, 1:140; 8:292. 
Dendroctonus frontalis, 10:500; 14: 

384 7 . 
rufipennis (syn. Hylurgus), 2: 

54. 

Dendroica aestiva, summer war- 
bler, 2:8. 

Dendroleon obsoletum (syn. Myrme- 
leon ocellatus), 7:319; 9:440; 
11:237, 238, 240; 14:374 T . 
pantherinus, 11:239. 
dentatus, Lachnus, see L. viminalis. 
deperdita, Sciara (fossil form), 10: 

388. 

depressa, Phylloxera, 6:189. 
Depressaria heracliana, 9:454; 14: 

312 5 . 

lecontella, 7:375; 14:321. 
ontariella, see D. heracliana. 
Derby, H. B., insects from, 5:324. 
deridens, Charadra (syn. Diphtera), 

9:456; 14:313 6 . 
Diphtera, see Charadra. 
Dermacentor americanus (syn. 

Ixodes), 6:158. 
Dermanyssus avium, 1:62; 3:129; 5: 

290. 

Dermaptera, 1:79; 4:167. 
Dermestes, 1:74; 11:171. 

caninus (syn. D. murinus), 9: 

462. 

lardarius, abundance, 6:122; de- 
tailed account, 6:119-23; feed- 
ing on wax, 5:302-3; 6:120, 
122, 123; food, 6:120-21; in- 
troduction, 6:120; museum 
pest, 2:138; reference, 6: 
188: 7:369; 8:179, 279; 14: 
318 4 , 338 1 , 353 9 , 367 8 , 369 5 ; 
remedies, 5:313; 6:121. 
megatoma, see Attagenus 

piceus. 

murinus, -see D. caninus. 
paniceus, see Sitodrepa panicea. 
piceus, see Attagenus. 
scrophulariae, see Anthrenus. 
vulpinus. 4,:88-89, 197, 198; 6: 

120: 14,:348 7 . 
Dermestidae, 2:46, 138; 6:175; 9:29r>, 

303; 11:172-74. 

Derostenus primus, 10:369; 12:2117. 
species, 10:369, 510; 12:351, 

265; 14:392 9 . 
deshaisiana, Carpocapsa, see C. 

saltitans. 
Desmia funeralis (syn. D. macula- 

lis), 1:86; 10:483. 
ninculRlis, see D. funeralis. 
Desmocerus palliatus, 1:297; 5:325; 
6:188; 9:462. 



destructor, Cecidomyia, 1:58, 321; 
4,:27,29; 5:263,325; 7:368; 11: 
165; 14:317 8 , 325 8 , 349 9 , 363 2 . 
Dactylopius, see D. citri. 
Nysius, see N. angustatus. 
Semiotellus, 1:321. 
Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 

cited, 2:136; 7:280, 285. 
Deutzia gracilis, insects on; 

Alypia octomaculata, 5:182. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Deva purpurigera (syn. Plusia), 10: 

376. 
devastator, Agrotis, see Xylophasia 

devastatrix. 
Melanoplus, 1 1 :272 
Rhyparochromus, see Blissus 

leucopterus. 

devastatrix, Hadena, see Xylopha- 
sia. 

Tylenchus, 8:221. 
Xylophasia (syn. Agrotis devas- 
tator. Hadena), 1:58, 303; 8: 
235; 10:482. 
Devereaux, W. L., insects from, 5: 

326. 
Devil's horse (Prionidus), 4:113; 6: 

140. 
Devil's riding horse (Mantis), 4: 

160. 

Devrie, W. B., on Cicada, 12:284. 
Dewberry mined by Tischeria mali- 

foliella, 11:162. 
Dewey, Melvil, insects from, 12: 

360, 361. 
De Witt, D. W., insects from, 3: 

141, 8:298. 
diabolica, Vespa, 1:139; 7:229; 9: 

461. 

Diabrotica duodecimpunctata, 7 : 

217, 315, 382; 9:440; 11:269; 

12:348; 13:373 T ; 14:374 5 , 391. 

longicornis, 4:82; 11:269; 12: 

348; 14:391 8 . 

vittata, attacking apple trees, 
1:331; 11:269; pear buds, 4: 
103; protection from by black 
walnut, 10:413-14; reference, 
1:244; 2:231-32; 4:143; 5:235, 
312; 8:250, 298; 10:498; 12: 
352; 14:334 5 , 360 7 , 369 1 , 383 7 , 
393 4 ; remedies, 1:33; 2:28, 29; 
6:169; 7:367-68; 9:361-64. 
diadema, Sinea, 1:331; 11:270. 
Dianthus heddewigii, see Pink. 
Diapheromera femorata (syn. Spec- 
trum), 1:111; 6:189; 9:446; 10: 
512, 519; 12:363; 14:310. 
Diaspinae, 6:143; 11:200. 
Diaspis amygdali (syn. D. lanatus) 

12:355; 14:394 T . 
lanatus, see D. amygdali. 



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453 



Diaspis ostreaeformis, erroneous 

reference of D. pyri. 
pyri (syn. Aspidiotus circu- 
laris, A. ostreaeformis in 
error), 1:331; 11:271. 
rosae, see Aulacaspis. 
Diastictis ribearia (syn. Abraxas, 
Eufitchia), 1:299, 306; 9:456; 12: 
310-11, 360; 13:372 4 ; 14:313 T , 399 4 . 
Dibolia aerea, sec D. borealis. 

borealis (syn. D. aerea), 10:414- 

16, 511; 12:352; 14:393 4 . 
ovata, 10:416. 
Dibrachys boucheanns (syn. Semio- 

tellus clisiocampae), 6:186. 
Dicerca, 4:20, 22. 

divaricata, 1:330; 11:267; 12: 

361. 

manca, 5:286. 
tuberculata, 5:286. 
diceros, Ceresa, 9:390. 
Dichelonycha elongata, 10:516. 
Dichrorampha scitana, see Grapho- 

litha interstinctana. 
dichrons, Attagenus, sec A. piceus. 
Dick, A. W. K., insects from, 13: 

374 7 . 
dictaea, Notodonta, sec Pheosia 

dimidiata. 

Pheosia, see P. dimidiata. 
Dictamnus fraxinella, see Fraxi- 

nella. 
didyma, Bombyx, see Basilnna Im- 

perialis.. 

Diedrocephala coccinea (syn. Pro- 
conia qnadrivittata), 9:395-96, 
410. 
mollipes (syn. Aulacizes), 9:396, 

410. 
noveboracensis (syn. Anlacizes), 

9:396, 410. 
differential is, Galop tenus, see Melan- 

oplus. 
Melanoplus (syn. Caloptenns), 

6:134; 11:271. 
diffinis, Hemaris (syn. Sesia), 9: 

450, 451; 14:312 2 . 
Sesia, see Hemaris. 
Digger wasp, large, 10:515; 12:359. 
Dimeraspis podagra, see Microdou 

globosus. 

dimidiata, Pheosia (syn. P. dictaea, 
Notodonta dictaea), 7:375; 8:296; 
10:508; 14:321 5 . 
dirninnta, Agromyza (syn. Oscinis 

trifolii), 6:184: 14:329. 
Phytomyza, 7:243. 
Dimmock, A. K., cited, 5:184, 193; 

7:225; 13:344 2 . 

Dimmock, G., cited, 4:80; 5:227; 7: 
256, 280; 9:300; 11:175, 181; 12: 
190, 218, 235, 238, 264; quoted, 12: 



324; referred to, 12:222,266; Anat- 
omy of the mouth parts and of the 
xi-kin</ apparatus of some Diptera 
cited, 12:329. 

Dimon, R. J., insects from, 10:511. 
Dinodems bifoveolatus, 11:286. 
Diospyros, Aspidiotus pernicios'is 

on, 11:224. 

virginiana, see Persimmon. 
Diphtera deridens, see Charadra. 
Diplax obtrusa, 4:208. 

rubicundula, 7:220. 
Diplosis, 4:63. 

caliptera <syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

297. 

cucumeris (syn. Cecidomyia), 5: 
306; 8:212; 11:165-68; 12:357; 
14:308 3 , 355 a , 395 B . 
graminis (syn. Cecidomyia, C. 

cerealis), 1:311, 321. 
inimica (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

321. 

nigra, see D. pyrivora. 
pyrivora (syn. D nigra), arched 
filaments of, 11:169, 170;' de- 
formation of fruit, 8:145-46; 
description of stages, 8:142, 
147, 148; detailed account, 8: 
140-51; 10:386, 387; distribu- 
tion, 8:149-50; early observa- 
tion of larvae, 10:386; egg lay- 
ing, 8:148-49; first noticed in 
U. S. 8:142-43; how the larva 
leiH^es the fruit, 8:146; noticed 
at Catskill, N. Y., 8:144-45, 
288; pear seriously attacked, 
8:141, 283; pupation, 8:147-48; 
reference, 7:335; 8:106, 297: 9: 
318, 441; 10:497, 510, 516; 11: 
119, 166, 278, 285; 12:351, 361; 
14:371 2 , 371 5 , 371 7 , 373 6 , 375', 
378 7 , 382 2 , 389 3 , 393 1 ; re.nietlie*, 
8:150-51; spread of, 10:387. 
septemmaculata, 5:280. 
setigera compared with pear 
midge, 11:169-70; imago de- 
scribed, 11:168-69; injuring 
muskmelons, 11:168; refer- 
ence, 12:357; 14:308*, 395. 
tergata (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

297. 
thoracica (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

297. 
tritici. 7:6, 8, 138, 201; 2:31; 8: 

255; 14:379 8 . 

Diptera, Chalcids parasitic on, 1: 
160; classification, 1:78, 79; 4:167, 
190; 8:301 : 9:465; contributions of, 
4:206-7. 5:325: 6:188; 7:382; 8:3(M; 
9:462; 10:510, 516; 11:285; 12:361; 
delayed pupation of, 1:138; de- 
scribed by J. A. Lintner, 14,:308'; 



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descriptions of new species, 1: 
L>OS. 209, 298; 4:70-71; 7:243; 10: 
394-90, 398, 401-2; 11:166-67, 168, 
169; Gordius parasitic on, 4:126; 
injurious to apple trees, list, 1: 
330; 11:267; mouth parts of, 12: 
327; number of species, estimate, 
4:181; pollen eaten by, 1:211; 
reference, 1:297; 2:45; 10:359, 
360; 11:106, 237; 12:334, 338, 344; 
sense organs of, 1:69; 4:180; spe- 
cies treated of, 1:168-227; 2:44-46, 
110^25; 4:60-80; 5:220-27, 262-66; 
6:111-17; 7:228-46, 307-10; 8:140- 
51, 172, 192-97; 9:309-14; 10:386- 
406; 11:162-72; 12:223-34, 319, 
335; studies in, 4:10, 164. 
diptera, Psectra (syn. Hemerobius, 

H. delicatulus), 4:176. 
dipterus, Hemerobius, see Psectra 

diptera. 

discoloralis, Renia, 10:482. 
disconotus, Crophius, 11:270. 
discopunctana, Amphisa, 10:483. 
disippus, Limenitis, sec Basilarchia 

archippus. 
Disippus butterfly, 1:327; 2:220; 4: 

174; 10:507; 11:264. 
disjuncta, Bolitophila, 10:392. 
Disonycha pennsylvanica, 11:264. 

triangularis, 7:383. 
dispar, Ocneria, see Porthetria. 

Porthetria (syn. Ocneria), 7: 
302-4, 336, 357; 9:422-26, 432- 
33, 434, 440; 10:369-72, 485; 
11:264; 14:363, 374 7 , 377% 
392. 

Xyleborus (syn. X. obesus, X. 
pyri, Scolytns obesus, S. 
pyri), 1:310, 331; 3:141; 4: 
203; 5:300, 318, 325; 7:348-51, 
361, 370, 383; 8:299; 9:366, 
419; 11:270, 286; 14,:318 6 , 340 4 , 
349. 35 1 5 , 353 1 , 365 5 . 
disposita, Xylina, 1:341. 
dissecta, Acronycta, see A. retar- 

data. 

dissimilis, Hypothenemus, 11:270. 
Dissosteira Carolina, 10:443. 
disstria, Clisiocampa, set; Clisio- 

campa disstria. 

Distant, W. L., Blologia CentraU- 
Americana: RJiynchota, cited, 10- 
432. 
distoina, Grapholitha, see G. inter- 

stinctana. 

Distenia undata, 11:268. 
divaricata, Dicerca, 1:330; 11:267; 

12:361. 

Divaricated Buprestis, 11:267. 
diversalis, Mecyna, 11:144. 



diversiceps, Achorutes (also as Po- 
dura specks), 8:266; 11:253, 254; 
12:357; 14:308 6 , 315 7 , 320 7 , 396-. 
diversilineata, Petrophora, see Eu- 

stroma diversilineatum. 
diversilineatum, Eustroma (syu. 

Petrophora), 10:483; 11:266. 
divinatoria, Atropos, 1:65, 161; 2: 

198-202; 3:139; 14:342 9 . 
divinatorium, Termes, see Atropos 

divinatoria. 
divinatorius, Troctes, see Atropos 

divinatoria. 
Dobreche, G. F., insects from, 11: 

285. 
Dobson, hellgrammite larvae, 7:254; 

8:161; 10:501. 
Dock, insects injurious to; 

Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 

tis), 5:205. 

Phytonomus punctatus, 1:248. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Docosia sciarina, 10:392. 
Dodge, C. R., cited, 1:172, 239; 4: 

151; 11:134. 
Dog day Cicada, see Cicada, dog 

day. 

Dog flea, 12:361. 
Dogbane, Pyrausta futilalis on, 11: 

139. 
Dogbane caterpillar, 11:138-42; 12: 

357. 
Dogwood, insects on; 

Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224. 
Enchenopa binotata, 1:319. 
Phobetron pithecium, 9:461. 
Dolerus, 3:140; 4:135. 

arvensis, 3:89; 4:197; 13:371 4 ; 

14:348 8 . 

sericeus, 4:197, 205; 14:348 8 . 
species, 14:357 8 . 
Dolph, J. M., insects from, 8:298, 

299. 
domestica, Lepisma, sec Thtrmobia 

furnorum. 

Musca, 1:146, 223, 299; 4:167; 
6:168; 8:265; 9:310, 314; 14: 
3GO 5 . 
domestica-minor, Musca, see Homa- 

lomyia canicularis. 
domesticus, Acarus, see Tyrogly- 

phus siro. 
Psocus, 1:65, 162. 
Dominican case bearer, 11:269. 
dominicana, Coscinoptera, 11:269. 
Donacia piscatrix, 10:511. 
"Doodle" (ant lion), 11:241. 
"Doodle bugs" (tiger beetles), 11: 

10O. 

Doran, E. W., cited, 10:378; Report 
on the economic entomology of Ten- 
nessee cited, 7:256; insects from, 
7:383; 9:463. 



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455 



Dorr, Mrs, insects from, 8:299. 
dorsalis, Acordulecera, 13:371*. 

Acutalis (syn. Tragopa), 9:392, 

410. 

Delphax, see Stenocranus. 
Orlontota (syn. Anoplitis scutel- 
laris, O. scutellaris, O. 
suturalis in error), 1:309,320; 
10:369; 11:209; 12:264-07; 13: 
374 1 ; 14:399. 

Stenocranus (syn. Delphax), 9: 

380, 410. 

Tragopa, see Acutalis. 
Dorthesia, see Orthezia. 

cataphracta, sec Orthezia. 
celastri (egg cluster of Enchen- 

opa), 1:285, 286. 
solani, see D. celastri. 
viburni, see D. celastri. 
Doryphora clivicollis (syn. Chryso- 
mela trimaculata), 7:369; 14: 
318 3 . 

decemlineata, 1:145, 244, 322; 
2:3; 5:289; 6:132; 8:298; 9: 
297, 422; 12:237; 14,:387 5 . 
Dowd, A., insects from, 6:189. 
Downing' s horticulturist cited, 2:168. 
Downy mildew, 4:185. 
Downy woodpecker preying on Pla- 

gionotus speciosus, 12:242. 
Dracaena, Aramigus fuller! on, 2: 

143. 

Dragon fly, 1:79; 2:178; 4:93, 124, 
165, 167, 190; 10:377, 466; 11:104; 
12:308, 331. 

Drake, M. E., insects from, 8:297. 
Drasterius elegans, 8:200. 
Drepanosiphuni acerifolii, 13:363 ] ; 

14:400 3 . 

Drosophila aceti, European, 1:220. 
amoena, 1:221, 330; 11:267. 
ampelophila, 1:65, 216-21, 330; 
6:117, 173, 177; 7:241; 11:267, 
285; 14:323 7 , 326", 335. 
cellaris, 1:220. 
flava, 1:220. 
f nnebris, 1 :218, 220. 
graminum, 1:218. 
species, 1:218-21; 2:23, 124; 6: 

117; 14:367 8 . 
transversa, 1:218. 
Drosophilidae, 1:216-21. 
drupiferarnm, Sphinx, 1:327; 10: 

496. 508; 11:264; 14:309 8 , 381 a . 
Drury, Drew, Illustrations of na- 
tural Mstory cited, 4:57; 13:342 T ; 
Illustrations of exotic entomology. 
13:342 7 . 

Dryocampa impermlis. see Basilona. 
rubicunda, sec Anisota. 
senatoria, sec Anisota. 
dubitans, Xylophasia, 10:377. 



dubius, Cratacanthus, 12:209. 

Thanasimus, 4:142; 14:350 8 

357 
Ducks feeding on army worm, 12: 

208. 

dumetellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Duncan, James, cited, 5:183. 
Dung beetle, 3:102-3; 4:204; 7:312, 

379; 9:440; 14:323 5 , 352 s , 374 5 . 
duodecimpunctata, Crioceris, sre 
Asparagus beetle, 12 spotted. 
Diabrotica, 7:217, 315, 382; 9: 
440; 11: 269; 12:348; 13:373 r ; 
14:374 5 , 391 6 . 

Dupree, W. B., insects from, 13: 
371 9 . 

Dust louse, 1 :316. 
IMvight, W. B., cited. 7:256. 
Dyar, H. G., cited, 5:234; 7:225; 12: 

183, 180, 192, 218; 13:344 3 , 344 5 , 
insects from 7:381, 384; 8:296; 10: 
509, 510; 11:157, 285; 13:371 4 ,374 1 ; 
quoted. 12:188; referred to, 12: 

184, 265; 13:346 6 . 

dyaus, Plusia, sec P. rogationis. 
Dyer, L. W., insects from, 8:298. 
Dynastes grantii, 5:227; 7:252. 
hercules, 7:249. 
hyllus, 7:249, 250. 
tityus, 2:227: 5:227-31, 321; 7: 
246-55; 9:342, 440, 444, 403; 
10:498; 11:274; 14:332 5 , 341 3 , 
362 s , 374 5 , 376 4 , 383 s , 387 7 . 
Dysdercus, suturellus, 2:166; 6:183. 
Dytiscidae, 4:182. 
Dytiscus fasciventris, 3:141; 5:325; 

8:298; 11:284. 
harrisii, 3:141; 5:325; 10:493, 

510; 14:380*. 
marginalis, 8:298; 9:462. 

Eacles imperialis, sec Basilona. 

Ear-worm, of corn, 1:121. 

Enrth -worms, 2:0, 36; 3:149; 7:378; 

8:222; 14:322 9 . 
Earwigs, 1:79. 
Easter plant, Plusia rogatlonis (syn. 

P. dyaus) on, 2:94. 
ebenus, Aulacomerus, 4:46. 
Eccopsis maiana, sec Exartema. 
permundana, see Exartema. 
Eccoptogaster rugulosus, sec Scory- 

tus. 

Echiuomyia, 5:285. 
Ecnomidea pithecium, see Phobe- 

tron. 
Ecpantheria garzoui (syn. E. sen 

netii), 5:317: 14:339 8 . 
ocularin (syn. E. scriboni i), bib- 
liography, 12:183; distribu- 
tion, 12:189; eggs described, 
12:184; figures, 12:188, plates 



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1 & 4 fig. 1; food plants, 
12:189; imago described, 12: 
188; innoxious, 12:189; larval 
transformations, 12:184-88; 
life history, 12:188-89; pupa 
described, 12:188; reference, 
14:399 3 ; table of last trans- 
formations, 12:187; variety 
denudata, 12:183, 188. 
scribonia, see E. ocularia. 
sennettii, see E. garzoni. 
Ectobia germanica, see Phyllo- 

dromia. 

Edema albifrons, see Symmerista. 
Edge, T. ,T., cited, 11:127, 134. 
edusa, Colias, see Eurymus eury- 

theme. 
Erebus, see Homoptera lunata 

var. 

Homoptera, see H. lunata var. 
Edwards, Henry, cited, 1:81; 7:225; 
8:129; 11:127, 134, 138, 146, 250; 
12:183, 294; 13:342. 
Edwards, W. H., cited, 13:343 7 . 
edwardsii, Urocerus, 13:342\ 342 s . 
Eel worms, 6:165; 11:255; 14:359 2 . 
Egg plant, insects injurious to; 

Coptocycla clavata, 5:322; 6: 

126. 

Macrobasis unicolor, 10:511. 
potato beetle, 5:320. 
Eggleston, W. S., insects from, 10: 

517. 
egle. Euchaetes, 2:166; 3:91; 9:452; 

10:481; 14:3l2 3 . 

Elaphidion, 3:150; 9:359; 10:517. 
incertum, 11:284. 
ocellata, see Oberea. 
parallelum, see E. villosum. 
primers, 11:125; 12:314. 
putator, SCP E. villosum. 
villosum (syn. E. parallelum, 
E. putator), 1:330; 3:141, 150; 
4:179; 5:153, 268, 325; 6:170; 
9:357-61; 10:498, 516; 11:268; 
12:239, 314, 354, 356, 362; 13: 
359 7 , 373 8 ; 14:345 8 , 361, 363 3 , 
383, 394 5 , 395 2 , 400 2 . 
Elaphrus ruscarius, 12:209. 
Elateridae, 1:63, 314; 2:226; 3:101, 
132; 4:141, 182; 8:199; 11:174-77, 
267; 14:332*. 
Elder, insects injurious to; 

Aphis sambucifoliae, 9:406. 
Bucculatrix pomifoliella, 1:162. 
Ceresa bubalus, 1:318. 
Macrodactylus subspiuosus, 1: 

230. 

electra, Eudamus, see Thorybes. 
Thorybes (syn. Eudamus), 1: 
338; 6:179; 14:307% 327 4 , 336*. 



elegans. Drasterius, 8:200. 
I-ackardia, 8:296. 
Scythropus, 3:141. 
elimata var. badicollis, Semiophora 

(syn. Agrotis badicollis), 10:482. 
Elipsccus, 1:161. 
Elis genus, 1 :172. 
Elisha Mitchell scientific societj 

Journal cited, 4:103. 
Ellerna coniferaruhi, 9:449. 

harrisii, 9:449; 10:508; 14:309' 
pinastri, 9:449. 

'pineum, 9:449; 14:307 3 , 311 7 . 
Ellery, Charles, insects from, 6:18H 
Ellis, L. H., cited, 7:321. 
Ellison, R., insects from, 6:189. 
Ellwanger, G. H., insects from, 11: 

288. 
Ellwanger & Barry, insects from 

3:141; 6:190; 10:519; 11:285. 
Ellychnia corrusca, 9:463. 
Elm, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus perniciosus. 1 1 :224. 
Cacoecia argyrospila, 7:356. 
Callipterus ulmifolii, 13-.362 7 . 
Cecidornyia balsamicola, 4:63. 
Colopha ulmicola (syn. Giy 
phina), 3:126; 4:198, 326; 7: 
370; 14:318 6 . 

Ennomos subsignarius, 1:329. 
Euvanessa antiopa (syn. Van- 
essa), 2:230. 

Galerucella luteola (syn. Gale- 
ruca xanthomela-ena), 2:228; 
3:145; 4:143, 144; 5:234-42, 
- 300, 301, 314, 319, 322; 6:118; 
7:217; 8:221, 222, 286; 9:297; 
11:102, 103, 189-95, 275, 279; 
12:259. 260, 261, 293, 349; 13. 
361 5 ; 14:398 1 . 
gall mites, 10:457. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 6:189; 11:2*0. 
287; 12:293, 295, 297, 317; 14: 
3S9 8 . 

Halisidota caryae, 7:355. 
Hylesinus opaculus, 4:144; 7: 

352. 

Icerya purchasi, 4:137. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229. 

Magdalis armicollis, 12:246. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Neoclytus erythrocephalus, 12: 

246.' 

Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 
Orygia), 1:33, 64, 98; 2:77; 4: 
15: 5:317; 7:216; 9:295, 429, 
437; 11:124-26, 279; 12:347, 
350. 
Paleacrita vernata (syn. Ani- 

sopteryx), 2:44; 5:258. 
Pemphredon concolor, 8:163. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



457 



Elm, insocts injurious to; 

Phloeotribus liminaris, 4:144. 
Saperda tridentata, 9:427-28, 
429; 10:484, 500; 12:243, 244. 
355; 14:377 2 , 399 8 . 
Schizoneura americana, 5:319. 
rileyi, 3:125. 
ulmi (syn. Lachnus), 2:181; 

9:407. 

Scolytus species, 12:248. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:92. 
Systena marginalis, 4:156. 
Thyridopteryx epliememefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Tine id species, 9:462. 
Tremex columba, 2:227; 4:38; 5: 

305; 8:163; 12:262. 
Zeuzera pyrina, 9:426, 427, 428, 
. 462. 

American or white, insects inju- 
rious to; 

Colopha ulmicola (syn. Gly- 
phina), 3:126, 151; 4:198; 5: 
303; 7:370. 

Galerucella luteola, 12:259,200. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 12:317. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syu. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 

English, insects injurious to; 
Galerucella luteola, 11:191; 12: 
255, 256, 257, 260, 261; 13: 
361 4 , 369 1 . 

Gossyparia ulmi, 12:295. 
Scotch, insects injurious to; 

Galerucella luteola, 11:190, 191, 

193; 12:260, 261. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 12:295, 317. 
slippery, insects injurious to; 
Colopha ulmicola (syn. Gly- 

phina), 5:303, 326. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 6:189. 
Saperda tridentata, 12:244. 
Elm bark (drug), Sitodrepa panicea 

in, 4:92. 

Elm bark beetle (Phloeotribus limi- 
naris), 4:144, 204; 7:352; 9:367. 
Elm leaf beetle, abundance in 
houses, 3:145; associated insects, 
12:261-62; " bibliography, 5:234; 
12:253-54; brief notice, 1:228; 
11:102, 103, 278-79; broods, 11: 
191, 192; 12:255-57; 13:360 6 -61 8 ; 
Carolina Mantis preying on, 4: 
161; depredations of, 4:15, 143-44; 
5:236-37; 9:429; 11:102, 103, 189- 
96; 12:255, 259, 260, 261, 293; de- 
tailed account, 5:234-42; 11:189- 
96; 12:253-64; European reputa- 
tion, 5:236; food habits, 11:193; 
12:258-59; habits of its family, 
5:235-36; heavy rains destroying, 
8:222; hibernation, 3:145; 5:238; 
introduction in the U. S., 5:236; 



life history, 5:237-39; 11:191, 192; 
12:257-58; 13:360 9 -61 8 ; natural 
enemies, 12:262; oviposition, 5: 
239; preference for certain species 
of elm, 11:193; progress up Hud- 
son river, 11:189-90; pupation, 5: 
239; reference, 4:207; 5:303, 314, 
319, 325; 6:118, 188; 7:335; 8: 
286; 9:422; 10:493, 511; 11:125, 
275, 279, 286; 12:177, 265, 293, 294, 
295, 318, 319, 349, 350, 357; 13- 
364', 366', 366 8 , 3(>8 9 , 373 8 ; 14:332 8 , 
338 4 , 340 6 , 341 7 , 344 5 , 348 s , 350 5 , 
353 3 , 353 5 , 354 1 , 357 9 , 362 9 , 372 T , 
380 3 , 385 5 , 388 2 , 389 5 , 390 s , 391 8 , 
392 3 , 392 5 , 395 s , 395 s , 39<> 8 , 397", 
398 1 , 399 6 , 400 2 ; remedies, 4:200-1; 
5:239-42, 301, 322; 10:502; 11:195, 
196; 12:263, 264, 350, 351; spread, 
4:15-16, 143, 197; 7:217; 9:297; 11: 
102, 189, 190, 194, 195; 12:259, 
260; second brood in Albany, 11: 
102, 191, 192; transformations, 
11:192; 12:257, 258. 

Elm tree bark louse, 12:292-98, 317- 
18; 14:399 8 , 399 7 . 

Elm tree borer (Saperda tridentata), 
9:427-29; 10:484, 485, 499; 12: 
239, 243-48, 355; 14:377 2 , 377 5 ,384 C , 
394 8 , 399 6 . 

Elmore, E. A., insects from, 3:141. 

elongata, Dichelonycha, 10:516. 
Systena, 9:344. 

elongatus. Tasimachus. 12:209. 

Elting, Jessie, insects from, 13:374". 

elymi, Isosoma, 4:32. 

Elymus canadensis, Isosoma elymi 
infesting, 4:32. 

Emasculating bot fly, 2:45; 4:174; 
13:372 8 . 

emasculator, Cuterebra, 2:45; 4:174; 
7:367; 13:372 8 ; 14:368 9 . 

Embidina, 4:176. 

Emerton, J. H., cited, 11:240. 

Emesa longipes, 6:189; 13:374V 

Emmons, Ebenezer, Natural history 
of Nnv York, Agriculture, cited, 1: 
227, 233, 271, 281; 2:102; 5:231, 
234; 7:225. 

Emmord, F. W., insects from, 9:463. 

Emphytus cinctus, 10:499; 14:384*. 
maculatus, see Harpiphorus. 

Empoa, sec Typhlocyba. 

coccinea, see Typhlocyba. 
i querci, see Typhlocyba. 
rosae, see Typhlocyba. 

Empoasca albopicta, 11:270. 
birdii, 11:270. 
fabae (syn. Erythroneura), 9: 

403, 410. 
obtusa, 11:270. 
viridescens. 1 1 :271. 

Einpretia stimulea, see Sibine. 



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Empusa americana, see Entomoph- 

thora. 
muscae (syn. Entomophthora), 

2:179; 5:272; 9:314. 
Enchenopa binotata (syn. Encho- 
. phyllum). 1:281-88, 319; 4: 
203; 6:177; 9:387, 410; 10:493, 
512; 11:270; 14:326 5 , 336 2 , 
351 4 , 380 s . 
lanceolata (syn. Membracis), 1: 

283. 

Enchophyllum, two spotted, 9:387. 
Enchophyllnm binotatum, see En- 
chenopa binotata. 
latipes, see Campylenchia cur- 

vata. 
Encyclopedia Britannica (American 

edition} cited, 4:28. 
Encyclopedic d' Histoire natureUe. 

Noctua cited, 2:102. 
Encyclopedic methodique cited, 1:232, 
247; 2:102, 132, 187; 5:174, 179, 
234; 7:246; 9:300; 11:174. 
Encyrtinae, 1:160. 
Eucyrtus bucculatricis, 1:160. 
Endropia bilinearia, 1 1 :284. 
Engle, H. M., growing chestnuts, 

12:268. 

English elm, sec Elm, English. 
English oak, see Oak, English. 
English sparrow, see Sparrow, Eng- 
lish. 

Ennominae, 8:287. 
Enuomos magnarius, 9:456; 11:266; 

14:313 7 . 

subsignarius (syn. Geometra 
niveosericearia), 1:329; 2:69, 
76, 77; 11:121, 266. 
Entedon species, 4:27, 205; 11:165. 
Entedoninae, 10:369. 
Entilia concava, see Publilia. 

sinuata, 9:387. 
Entomol. Molog. studien cited, 11: 

162, 164. 

Entomologica americana cited, 3:154; 
4:20, 104, 128; 5:164, 220; 7:280, 
296; 8:129; 11:249, 250; 12:183, 
192, 264, 272; 13:344 1 ; 14:347 1 . 
Entomological collections, 4:169. 
Entomological libraries, 4:170. 
Entomological magazine, cited, 2:116. 
Entomological news cited, 7:324; 8: 
288; 10:478; 11:225, 232, 233; 12: 
190, 194, 248, 249, 253, 272, 293; 
13:338 7 , 344", 344 5 ; 14:373 5 . 
Entomological societies, 4:169. 
Entomological society of London, 
Transactions cited, 1:81; 2:136; 4: 
151; 7:280; 10:477; 11:240. 
Entomological society of Ontario ; Re- 
port, abstracts from, 13:338 5 , 343 5 , 
344 1 , 352 2 , 353; 14:305*, 320 8 , 323 2 , 



331 7 ; Report cited, 1:116, 127, 152, 
173, 227, 233. 254, 264, 271; 2:57, 
69, 89, 97, 102, 132, 149; 4:28, 35, 
63, 80; 5:164, 216, 246; 6:125; 7: 
225, 255, 256; 8:129, 160; 9:300; 
10:405, 416, 417, 453, 454; 11:109, 
134, 146, 152, 233, 248, 249, 250; 
12:183, 191, 192. 193 194, 218, 230, 
235, 237, 238, 243, 253, 272. 

Entomological society of Philadel- 
phia, Proceedings cited, 1 :81, 87, 
116; 2:68, 203; 4:42, 51, 57; 5:173, 
184, 192, 246; 7:225; 8:155, 159; 
10:388, 507; 11:248; 12:183, 290; 
13:340 S , 343 1 ; 14:309 4 , 309, 309 7 . 

Entomological society of Washing- 
ton, Proceedings cited, 4:104; 5: 
227; 7:247, 296, 297; 10:388; 11: 
178, 182; 12:192, 253, 254, 272; 13: 
353 4 . 

Entomological studies abroad, 4:180. 

Ent&mologique Horticultenr cited, 1: 
172. 

Entomologist cited, 8:141, 11:146. 

Entomologists of agricultural ex- 
periment stations, 7:337. 

Entomologists, economic; writings 
of, 1:15; Association of, 11:103, 
181, 189. 

Entomologist's monthly magazine 
cited, 1:173, 181, 207; 2:198, 203; 
7:280; 8:141; 10:405; 11:146. 

Entomology, Bureau of, at Wash- 
ington, 4:182; 7:340; 12:182; early 
studies in, 4:163-64; importance of 
study of, 1:1; 8:262-63; 12:336-45; 
in agricultural journals, 4:179-80; 
in schools, 4:171; literature of 
economic, 4:165, 166, 176-79; 8: 
272-74; 9:429-32; progress in eco- 
nomic, 1:16-20; 7:337; progress in 
general, 4:9-11; publications in 
1875 in the several orders, 4:172- 
79; science of, present status in 
the United States, 4:163. 

Entomophaga, 4:181. 

Entomophthora americana (syn. 

Empusa), 9:314. 
muscae, see Empusa. 
phytonomi, see E. sphaero- 

sperma. 

sphaerosperma (syn. E. phy- 
tonomi), 7:315. 

Entozoa, 4:125. 

enucleata, Acidalia, see Synelys. 
Synelys (syn. Acidalia), 10:483. 

Eois lacteola (syn. Acidalia), 7:375; 
14:307 9 , 321 7 . 

Epargyreus tityrus (syn. Eudamus), 
1 :337. 

Epeira, 3:142. 

insularis, 9:464. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



459 



Ephedrus plagiator, 5:253. 
Ephemera natata, see E. simulans. 
siniulans (syn. E. natata), 4: 

121; 14:350", 357 7 . 
verspertina, of Europe, 4:124. 
ephemeraeformis, Aegeria, see Thy- 

ridopteryx. 

Thyridopteryx, see Thyridop- 
teryx ephemeraeformis. 
Ephemeridae, 4:121-24, 6:178; 9: 

298, 464; 14:327 2 . 
Ephestia interpunctella, see Plodia. 

kuhniella, 14-.349 8 . 
Ephippiphora iuterstinctana, see 

Grapholitha. 
Epiaeschna heros (syn. Aeschna), 

1:322; 12:364. 

Epicaerus imbricatus, 1:331; 11:209. 
Epicauta einerea (syn. E. margi- 
nata), 1:33, 57; 4:201, 208; 6: 
134, 135, 136, 182; 8:294; 12: 
354, 361; 14:317 4 , 328 s , 350 8 , 
367 9 , 394 3 . 

marginata, see E. einerea. 
pennsylvanica (syn. Cantharis 
atrata), 1:305; 2:227; 6:135-36, 
170; 9:443, 463; 10:496; 11: 
281, 284, 286; 13:374 2 ; 14,:332 7 , 
361 7 , 368 1 , 376 2 , 381 4 , 390 4 . 
vittata (syn. Cantharis), 1:33, 
40, 57; 6:132-34, 136, 176; 7: 
376; 12:354; 14:322 5 , 326\ 
367 9 , 394". 
Epicordulia princeps (syn. Epi- 

theca), 11:288. 
Epidapus, 10:388, 398, 447. 

scabies, 10:447. 
epigaea, Plusia, 10:377. 
epigena, Eudamus, see E. epigona. 
epigona, Eudamus (syn. E. epigena), 

7:375; 14:321 5 . 

Epilachna borealis (syn. Coccinella), 

bad reputation of, 7:217, 310-11; 

8:126; reference, 1:322; 7: 382; 8: 

105, 298; 9:440; 10:511; 14:374 4 . 

epimenis, Psycomorpha, 9:455; 14: 

313 2 . 

Epitheca princeps, see Epicordulia. 
Epitrix cucumeris (syn. Crepido- 
dera), 1:33, 65, 195, 224; 2:29; 4: 
156; 5:271; 10:489; 11:269; 13: 
373 9 ; 14:378 9 . 
equi, Gastrophilus (syn. Oestrus), 

1:299. 

Oestrus, see Gastrophilus. 

Psoroptes, see P. communis. 

Erannis tiliaria (syn. Hybernia), 1: 

72, 320; 11:266. 
Erastria apicosa, 10:482. 
carneola, 9:456. 
muscosula, 10:482. 
synochitis, 10:482. 



Erax rufibarbis, 1:319. 

Erebus edusa, see Homoptera 

lunata var. 
odora, 4:138; 7:306; 9:440; 14: 

357 9 , 374 3 . 
erectalis, Botis, sec Pyrausta futila- 

lis. 

Hypena, sec II. scabra. 
erectus, Hypothenemus, 11:270. 
eremicola, Osmoderma, 1:330; 11: 

268. 

eremitis, Sphinx, 10:508; 14:309 8 . 
Ergot, Sitocirepa panicea in, 4:82 
ericellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
ericetorum, Pyrgus, 1:33(5. 
erichsonii, Lygaeonematus, sec 

Lygaeonematus erichsonii. 
Nematus, see Lygaeonematus. 
Eriocampa adumbrata, 5:323; 14: 

342V 
cerasi, see Eriocampoides lima- 

cina. 

Eriocampoides limacina (syn. Erio- 
campa and Selandria cerasi), 1: 
42, 60; 7:352; 9:335-36, 440; 10: 
498; 12:359; 14:372 3 , 383. 
P^riococcus, 11:280. 
Eriosoma fagi, see Phyllaphis. 
imbricator, see Pemphigus, 
lanigera, see Schizoneura. 
pyri, see Schizoneura lanigera. 
strobi, see Lachnus. 
tessellatn, see Pemphigus. 
Erirhipis inda, see Euphoria. 
Eristalisr 1:212; 2:223. 

brousi (syn. E. meigenii), 9:462. 
coactus, see Mallota posticata. 
flavipes, 7:229. 
meigenii. see E. brousi. 
posticatus, see Mallota posti- 
cata. 

tenax (syn. Helophilus), 1:212; 
6:188; 7:229, 233, 363, 382; 9: 
462; 10:510. 519; 11:284; 13: 
372 s ; 14:366 7 . 
Ermine moth, 1:306. 

moth, Virginia, 1:328; 11:264. 
erosa, Acanthia, see Phymata wolf- 

fii. 

Clisiocampa, see C. disstria race. 
Phymatn, see P. wolftti. 
error, Anopedias (syn. Platygastor), 

1:321; 2:2. 

Platygaster, see Anopedias. 
eruditus, Hypothenemus, 11:270 
erythrocephalus, Neoclytus, 6:188; 

10:511; 11:268; 12:246. 
Erythroneura, see Typhlocyba. 
' affinis, see Typhlocyba comes 

var. basilaris. 

basilaris, see Typhlocyba comes 
var. 



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Erythroneura fabae, see Empoasca. 
mali, see Typblocyba. 
obliqua, see Typhlocyba. 
vitifex, see Typhlocyba comes, 
vitis. see Typhlocyba comes 

var. 

vulnerata, see Typhlccyba. 
erythropus, Crepidodera, see C. ruti- 

pes. 
Essex institute, Bulletin cited, 11: 

250. 

Estigmene Isabella, see Pyrrharctia. 
ethlius, Calpodes (syn. Pamphila), 

10:502; 14:385 T . 
Pamphila, see Calpodes. 
eubule, Callidryas, 1:72. 
Euchaetes collaris, see Cycnia 

tenera. 
egle, 2:166; 3:91; 9:452; 10:481; 

14:312 3 . 

oregonensis, 9:455; 14:313 5 . 
euchenor, Ocyptera, 12:210. 
Euclea cippus (syn. E. querceti), 1: 

328; 5:186; 11:264. 
qiUTceti, see E. cippus. 
Euclemensia bassettella, 12:317, 

363. 
Eudamus, 2:214; description of new 

species of, 1:338, 339. 
electra, see Thorybes. 
epigena, sec E. epigona. 
epigona (syn. E. epigena), 7:375; 

14:321 S . 
mexicana, (syn. E. nevada) 1: 

337; 6:180; 14:327 7 . 
nevada, see E. mexicana. 
proteus, 1:337; 6:180; 14:327 7 . 
pylades, 1:337, 338. 
tityrus, see Epargyreus. 
Eudemis botrana, 2:33. 
Eudioptis hyalinata, see Margaro- 

nia. 

nitidalis, see Margaronia. 
Eudryas grata, see Euthisanotia. 

unio, see Euthisanotia. 
Eudule mendica (syn. Euphanessa), 

10:481. 

Eufitchia ribearia, see Diastictis. 
Eugonia j-album (syn. Grapta), 4: 
137; 5:282, 317; 10:507; 14:309 5 , 
339. 

Eulimacodes scapha (syn. Lima- 
codes), 1:328; 11:264. 
Eulophus, 1:159; 6:186; 10:369. 
Eumacaria bruunearia, 11:266. 
Eumenes fraternus, 2:231; 5:268; 6- 

109-11; 13:371 9 ; 14:334 3 , 367 7 . 
Eumenidae, 5:268; 6:111. 
Eunemoria gracilaria, see Synchlora 

glaucaria. 
euonymi, Chionaspis, 11:288. 



Euonymus, Aspidiotus perniciosus 

on, 11:223. 

Euonymus scale, 11:288. 
Euparthenos nubilis (syu. Parthe- 

nos), 3:136. 

Eupatorium, insects injurious to; 
Enchenopa binotata, 1:287. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 

tis), 5:205. 

Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 
lateralis in error), 4:76; 7: 
242; 9:421. 
Eupatoriuin ageratoides, see Easter 

plant, 
purpureum, Homohadena atri- 

fasciata on, 5:285. 
Eupelmus allynii, 4:33. 
Euphanessa mendica, see Eudule. 
Euphoeades troilus (syn. Papilio), 

10:507; 14:309 4 . 

Euphorbia, Carpocapsa saltitans 
(syn. C. deshaisiana) in, 4:151, 
153, 154; 5:315; 8:291; 14:315. 
Euphoria, Indian, 1:232-39, 330; 8: 

295; 9:443; 10:504; 11:268. 
Euphoria fulgida, 8:286; 14:372 7 . 
inda, 1:232-39, 330; 6:173; 8: 
295; 9:442, 463; 10:503, 504, 
516; 11:268; 12:313. 314, 356, 
362; 14:317 7 , 324 3 , 336 2 , 375 8 , 
385, 386*, 395 2 , 399*. 
melancholica, 1:236, 330; 3:141; 

10:511; 11:268. 
Euphydryas phaeton (syn. Meli- 

taea), 7:219; 9:448; 14:311 6 . 
Euphyes metacomet (syn. Pam- 
phila), 4:137. 
Eupithecia luteata, see Tephroclys- 

tis 

Euplexia lucipara, 10:482. 
Euplexoptera, 1:79. 
Eupogonius tomentosus, 11:269. 
Euprepia americana, see Arctia 

caja. 
arge (syn. Arctia), 9:455; 14: 

313 5 . 

caja, see Arctia. 
parthenice (syn. Arctia), 10: 

481. 

phyllira (syn. Arctia), 3:153. 
virgo (syn. Arctia), 7:219; 11: 

106. 

Eurycreon chortalis, see Loxostege. 

rantalis,see Loxostege similalis. 

Eurymene keutzingaria, see Plago- 

dis. 
Eurymus, eurytheme (syn. Colias 

chrysotheme), 1:301. 
philodice (syn. Colias), 1:301; 4: 
136; 5:285; 7:316; 10:507; 12: 
308; 14:309 4 . 
Euryomia inda, see Euphoria. 



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461 



eurysternus, Haematopinus, 1:48. 
eurytheme, Eurymus (syn. Colias 

chrysotheme), 1:301. 
Eurytoma, 1:307, 316; 4:105. 

fulvipes, see Isosoma hordei. 
funebris, 2:2. 
hordei, see Isosoma. 
secalis, see Isosoma. 
tritici, sec, Isosoma. 
Euschistus fissilis, 10:519; 13:374 4 . 

variolarius, 2:146. 

Eustrpma rtiversilinfeatum (syn. 

'Petropliora), 10:483; 11:266. 

populatum (syn. Oidaria pack- 

ardata), 7:375; 14:321 8 . 
Eutettix seminuda (syn. Bytho- 
scopus seminudus), 9:398, 410; 
11:270. 

Enthisanotia grata (syn. Bombyx, 

Eudryas), 1:33; 5:179-83; 6: 

177; 8:109, 170; 10:481, 497; 

14:313 2 , 326 4 , 362 6 , 382. 

unio (syn. Eudryas), 5:183; 9: 

450, 455; 14:313 2 . 
Eutrapela transvorsata, see Sabu- 

lodes. 

Euura species, 13:336 8 . 
Euvanessa antiopa (syn. Vanessa), 
2:230, 232; 4:137; 8:296: 10:507; 
12:354, 359; 14:309, 333 8 , 334 6 , 
394*. 

Enxesta notata, 11:267. 
Evacanthus orbitalis, 9:397. 
evecta, Volucella, 7:229. 
Everes comyntas (syn. Lycaena), 

4:137. 
Evergestis rimosalis (syn. Pionea), 

2:93. 

straminalis (syn. Mesographa), 
3:140; 9:456; 10:483; 14:313 7 . 
Everyx myron, see Ampelophaga. 
Evoxysoma vitis (syn. Isosonm), 2: 
32; 4:33; 7:374; 8:292, 293; 14: 
316 3 , 316 8 , 321 2 . 
Exartema exoleta, 10:483. 

malaua (syn. Eccopsis), 1:329; 

11:121, 266. 
permundana (syn. Eccopsis), 1: 

329; 10:483; 11:266. 
excaecatus, Paonias (syn. Smerin- 
thus), 1:327; 10:508; 11:264; 
14:309 9 . 

Smerinthus, see Paonias. 
excitans, Culex, 12:321. 
excrucians, Culex, 12:321. 
Exechia fungorum, 8:172; 10:392. 
lateralis, 8:172. 
species, 8:109, 172, 297; 10:497; 

14:382. 

eximia, Oedemasia, sec Schizura. 
Schizura (syn. Oedemasia), 1: 
328; 11:265. 



eximus, Phytonomus, 1:248. 
exitiosa, Aegeria, see Sanninoidea. 
Cicadula, see Limotettlx. 
Limotettix (syn, Cicadula), 6: 

174; 14:324 5 , 324 8 . 
Sanninoidea (syn. Aegeria, San- 
nina), 1:47, 57, 64, 259; 2:6. 
60, 216; 4:107; 6:170; 8:181-86; 
9:367; 14:361 8 . 
Sannina, see Sanninoidea. 
Exoascus cecidomophilus, fungus 
attacking choke cherries, 12: 
313. 

deformans, see Peach leaf curl, 
exoleta, Exartema, 10:483. 
Exorista flavicauda, see Belvoisia 

unifasciata. 
militaris, see Winthemia 4-pus- 

tulata. 
Experiment station record cited, 

11:147. 

Express [Albany], abstract from, 12: 

351: cited, 3:154; 4:197; 7:298, 

361; 8:278, 282; 14:347 2 , 348, 

365 s , 369 4 , 370 s , 392". 

exprimens, Chariclea, see Pyrrhia 

umbra, 
expultrix, P?eudothyatira, see P. 

cymatophoroides. 
exsectoides, Formica, 12:182; 14: 

399 2 . See also Formica rufa. 
exsiccatus, Crambus, see C. trissc- 

tus. 

externumrCalosoma, 12:209. 
exusta, Ceramica, see Mamestra 

picta. 

Eyed Alaus, 1:330; 11:267. 
Eysarcoris carnif ex, see Cosniopepla. 

fabae, Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 
Empoasca (syn. Erythroneura), 

9:403, 410. 
Erythroneura, see Empoasca. 

fabi, Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 

fabricii, Macrobasis, see M. unicolor. 

Fabricius, J. C., Entomologia system- 
atica emendata et aucta cited, 2: 
164, 187; 4:35, 93; 5:179, 180, 227, 
231,234,246,253; 8:159; 9:307,309; 
10:411; 11:126, 134, 145, 174; 12: 
267; 13:338 2 ; Entomologiae sjistrm- 
aticae, Supp'ementum cited, 1:271; 
2:136, 144; 9:300; 10:408; Man- 
tissa insectorum cited, 1:232, 247; 
2:132, 164, 167; 4:35, 80, 101. liO, 
5:179, 234. 246, 253; 8:155. 159; 9: 
299; 13:338 2 ; Species insectcrum 
cited, 1:232, 247; 2:136, 164, 167, 
187; 4:35, 80, 101, 120; 5:179. 227, 
234, 246, 253; 8:155, 159; 9:299; 
13:338 2 ; Systema antUatorum 83- 
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adjectis synonymis, locis, oteerva- 
tionibus, descriptionibus, cited, 1: 
211; 2:116; Systema eleutheratorum 
secundum ordines, genera, species, 
etc. cited, 1:232; 4:93; 5:227, 231; 
9:299, 300; 10:408; 11:181; Sys- 
tema entomologiae sistens insecto- 
rum classes, ordines, genera, spe- 
cies etc., cited, 1:227, 232, 247; 2: 
136, 164, 167, 187; 4:93, 101; 5: 
227, 234, 246, 253; 8:155; 9:299; 
Systema rhyngotorum secundum 
ordines, genera, species, adjectis 
synonymis, locis, observationibus, 
descriptionibus, cited, 1:271; 5:246; 
13:340 2 . 
Fabricius, Otto, Fauna Groenlandica 

cited, 2:198. 
facetus, Lepturges (syn. Liopus), 1: 

331; 11:269. 
Liopus, see Lepturges. 
fagi, Athysanus, see Bythoscopus. 
Bythoscopus (syn. Athysanus), 

9:401, 411. 

Eriosoma, see Fhyllaphis. 
Phyllaphis (syn. Eriosoma), 2: 

181; 9:408. 

Telamona, see Heliria scalaris. 
Fagus, Datana integerrima feeding 

on, 12:309. 

sylvatica, see Beech, European. 

Fahraeus, O. J. von, Arthesclirei- 

bungen in ScJionherrs Curculioneti 

cited, 2:140. 

Fairman, C. E., insects from, 11: 

285. 

Falcata comosa (syn. Amphicarpoea 
monoica), Odontota feeding on, 
12:266. 

falcatus, Leptodesmus (syn. Poly- 
desmus), 12:301, 364; 13:375 5 ; 
14:308 7 . 

Falconer, William, cited, 4:73; 7:242; 

insects from, 6:188; 7:382; 9: 

461, 464; 10:515, 516; 11:142, 143, 

286, 287. 

Fall canker worm, see Canker 

worm, autumn or fall. 
Fallen, C. F., Diptera Sueciae cited, 

4:73. 
False chinch bug, 1:195, 331; 2:166; 

5:321; 11:270. 
familiaris, Musca, Harris MS, see 

Pollenia rudis. 
Fanning, J. O., insects from, 10: 

510. 
farinae, Acarus, see Tyroglyphus 

siro. 

Tyroglyphus, see T. siro. 
farinalis, Asopia, see Pyralis. 

Pyralis (syn. Asopia), 8:300; 10: 

483; 11:146, 151. 
Farm and home cited, 5:302; 14:353 8 . 



Farmer and fruit grower cited, 11: 

112. 
Farmers' advocate, abstract from, 

13:364 T ; 14:396 4 . 
Farmers' register cited, 2:102. 
fasciata, Buprestis, 10:516. 

Telamona (syn. T. unicolor), 9: 

390, 410. 
fasciatus Culex (syn. C. mosquito), 

12:331. 

Garninarus, 7:373; 11:288. 
Ipochus, 11:268. 
Ips, see I. quadriguttatus. 
Oecanthus, 5:310; 6:189; 10: 

486; 11:284; 14:358 T , 377 T . 
fascilinellus, Crambus, 1:151. 
fasciola, Lithacodes, see Tortricidia. 
Tortricidia (syn. Lithacodes), 1: 

328; 9:456; 11:264; 14:313 5 . 
fascipennis, Callostoma, of Europe, 

1 :182. 
fasciventris, Dytiscus, 3:141; 5:325; 

8:298; 11:284. 
fatidicus, Troctes, see Atropos 

divinatoria. 
Faulker, W. R., insects from, 11: 

287. 
faunus, Grapta, see Polygonia. 

Polygonia (syn. Grapta), 4:137; 
5:282, 317; 10:507; 14:309 5 , 
339 6 . 

Fauvel, C. A., cited, 7:256. 
Fay, F. A., insects from, 8:299. 
Felt, E. P., appointed assistant, 11: 
105; papers by, 10:402, 403, 463- 
80; 11:138-42, 254-60; 12:223-29; 
reference, 13:332 e . 
Feltia annexa (syn. Agrotis), 8:235. 
herilis (syn. Agrotis), 8:300; 10: 
i 482, 519. 

jaculifera (syn. Agrotis tricosa, 
F. tricosa), 9:456; 10:377,432; 
14:316 8 . 

malefida (syn. Agrotis), 8:236. 
subgothica (syn. Agrotis), 1 :303, 
340; 10:377, 482, 519; 12:360. 
tricosa, see F. jaculifera. 
femoralis, Livia, 9:404, 411. 
femorata, Chrysobothris, see Chry- 

sobothris femorata. 
Diapheromera (syn. Spectrum), 
1:111; 6:189; 9:446; 10:512, 
519; 12:363; 14:310 6 . 
femoratum, Spectrum, see Diaphe- 
romera femorata. 
femoratus, Bibio, 6:180; 14:328 l . 
Melanoplus, 10:443. 
Metapodius, 3:153; 12:209; 14: 

347 6 . 

femur-rubrum, Acridiurn, see Melan- 
oplus. 
Caloptenus, see Melanoplus. 



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femur-rubrum, Melanoplus (syn. 
Acridium, Caloptenus), 1:7, 304, 
332; 2:190, 193; 6:151, 153; 8:294; 
9:297, 332, 464; 10:440, 441, 442, 
443, 496; 11:271, 284; 14:317 3 , 368 3 , 
381 5 . 
fenestralis, Rymosia, 10:392. 

Scenopinus, 2:44; 4:174; 7:312, 
367, 382; 10:510; 12:311; 14: 
368 7 . 
fenestrata, Cyrtosia, see Cyrtolobus 

fenestratus. 
fenestratus, Athysanus, see Bytho- 

seopus. 
Bythoscopus (syn. Athysanus), 

9:400, 410. 
Cyrtolobus (syn. Cyrtosia), 9: 

389, 410, 

Feniseca tarquinius, carnivorous 
habits of larvae, 3:125-26; 4:179; 
8:170; distribution, 2:231; 5:282; 
in Adirondacks, 4:137; 7:219; 8: 
169; reference, 5:317; 8:109; 9: 
346; 10:497; 12:308; 14:334S 339 8 , 
382 5 . 
fennica, Agrotis, see Noctua. 

Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 8:235, 

236. 
Fern, Lecanium hesperidurn on, 10: 

512; 13:374 7 . 

Fernald, C. II., cited, 9:300; 11:109, 
127, 134, 152, 233; 12:191, 218, 
254; referred to, 11:104, 105; 12: 
221; 13:343 9 ; Catalogue of the de- 
scribed Tortricidae of North Ameri- 
ca, synonyrrtical, cited, 4:151; 5: 
213; Orthoptera of New England 
cited, 9:330. 

Fernow, Berthold, insects from, 5: 
324, 325; 7:383; 8:298, 299; 9:462, 
463. 

ferrugalis, Botis, see Phlyctaenia. 
Phlyctaenia (syn. Botis), 10: 

483. 
ferruginea, Stene, see Tribolium 

ferrugineum. 
ferrugineum, Tribolium, 2:136-39; 

8:299; 9:308, 463; 14:342 7 . 
ferruginoides, Orthosia, see O. bi- 

colorago var. 
fervidus, Bombus, 3:140. 
festiva, Strachia (syn. S. ornata), 

1 :270. 

Feverfew, corn, Phytomyza chry- 
santhemi (P. lateralis in 
error) on, 4:78. 

double white, Phytomyza chry- 
santhemi (P. lateralis in 
error) on, 4:75. 

Fever worm (Ecpantheria), 12:189. 
fidicularia, Caradrina, see C. multi- 
fera. 



Field and forest cited, 4:151; 5:234; 

11:134. 

Fiery ground beetle, 12:209. 
Fig, insects injurious to; 
Allorhina nitida, 5:319. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Fig eater, 5:319; 14:340 8 . 
Fig tree bark louse, 1:301. 
Figites, 1:315. 

ruous-caulis, 1:315. 
Figuier, Louis, Insect world cited, 
10:477; 11:174, 240, 248; quoted, 
11:176. 
Figures of; 

Achorutes diversiceps, 11:253. 

purpurescens, 2:207. 
Adalia bipunctata, 9:306. 
Aegeria tipuliformis, see Sesia. 
Agrilus ruficollis, 6:124; 10:406. 
Agriotes mancus, 8:198. 
Agrotis clandestina, sec Noctua. 
saucia, see Peridroma. 
ypsilon, 8:189. 
Alans oculatus, 4:141. 
Aleochara anthomyiae, see A. 

nitida. 
nitida (syn. A. anthomyiae), 

1:188. 

Aletia argillacea, 1:7. 
Alypia octomaculata, 5:181. 
Ampelophaga myron (syn. 

Darapsa), 5:176, 179; 8:187. 
Amphibolips prunus, 4:43. 
Araphicerus bicaudatus, 2:126, 

127. 
Amphidasys cognataria, see 

Lycia. 

Anarsia lineatella, 1:152. 
Anasa tristis, 2:165; 8:203. 
Angoumois moth, 2:105; in 

corn, 2:103. 
Anisopteryx vernata, see Palea- 

crita. 

Anisota senatoria, 5:195. 
Anomala lucicola, 10:409. 

marginata, 10:412, 413. 
Anosia plexippus (syn. Danais 
archippus) larva and pupa. 4: 
136. 

ant, little red, 11:111. 
ant lions, 7:318, 319. 
Anthomyia radicum, 1:192. 

zeae, see Phorbia fusciceps. 
Anthomyian eggs, 1:205. 
Anthrenus scrophulariae, 1:10; 
5:268; 9:301; 11:172; 13: 
359*. 

var. flavipes, 9:301. 
var. thoracicns, 9:301. 
Antispila nyssaefoliella, 11: 

158. 
Anurida maritima, 2:210. 



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Figures of (cont'd) 

Aphis brassicae, 6:148; 7:317. 
cucumeris, see A. goesypii. 
gossypii (syn. A. cucum- 
eris), 8:211. 
mali, 5:161; 8:217. 
Aphorura armata (syn. Lipura 

fimetaria), 2:209. 
apple fly, 2:124. 
apple leaf Bucculatrix, 1:158; 

5:260; 8:131, 136. 
apple maggot, 2:119, 120. 
apple root plant louse, 5:160. 
apple tree aphis, 5:161; 8:217. 
apple tree borer, round headed, 

5:270; 7:313. 
apple tree case bearer, 1:163; 8: 

217. 

apple twig borer, 2:126. 
aquaject, 1:30. 
Aramigus fulleri, 2:143. 
asparagus beetle, 1:241; 9:343; 
cress bearer variety, 1:242; 
six spotted form, 1:243; 12- 
spotted species, 12:250. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:278; 8:214; 

11, plate 9, fig. 2. 
perniciosus, 11, plates 12, 

13, 14. 

Aspistes species, 2:115. 
Atropos divinatoria, 2:201. 
Attagenus piceus, 9:303. 
bacon beetle, 6:120. 
bag worms, 1:32. 
Balaninus rectus, 12, plate 8, 

fig. 4-6. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. Ea- 

cles), 13, plate 2. 
bean weevil, 7:260. 
beet leaf mining Anthomyian, 

1:203, 204. 

Belostoma americana, 4:145. 
Bibio albipennis, 2:111. 
Bibio, white winged, 2:111. 
birch leaf Bucculatrix, 8:134, 135. 
Bittacus strigosus, 10:473 and 

plates 3, 4. 
Blissus leucopterus, 2:150, 153, 

155, 162. 
blister beetle, margined, 6:135. 

striped, 6:132. 

blood sucking cone nose, 4:112. 
Boophilus bovis (syn. Ixodes), 

6:156. 
box elder plant bug, 4:157; 10: 

434. 
Bruchus obsoletus, see B. obtec- 

tus. 
obtectus (syn. B. obsoletus), 

7:260. 

pisorum, 7:261. 
rufimanus, 7:280. 



Figures of (cont'd) 

Bryobia pratensis, 7: opp.p.321. 
Bucculatrix canadensisella, 8: 

134. 
pomifoliella, 1:158; 5:260; 

8:136. 

buffalo tree hopper, 4:146. 
burrows of Scolytus rugulosus, 

4:104. 

cabbage aphis, 6:148; 7:317. 
cabbage Plusia, 2:90. 
Caloptenus femur-rubrum, see 

Melanoplus. 

spretus, see Melanoplus. 
Calosoma calidurn, 1:128. 
canker worm, 5:258. 

spring, 4:140; 5:258. 
canker worm trap, 1:64. 
Carolina Mantis, 4:161. 
carpet beetle, 1:10; 5:268; 6: 

118; 13:359 4 . 

Carpocapsa saltitans, 4:151. 
cattle tick, 5:156, 157. 
Cecidomyia balsamicola galls, 

4:61. 

betulae, 11, plate 1. 
Ceresa bubalus, 4:146. 
Cermatia forceps, see Scutigera. 
Chauliodes pectinicornis, 8:158, 

plate 1. 

rastricornis, 8:156. 
serricornis, 8:158. 
Chauliognathus pennsylvani- 

cus, 4:86; 9:344. 
Cheese mite, 5:292. 
Chermes abieticolens, see C. 

abietis. 
alia! is (syn. Chermes 

abi ticolens), 2:185. 
pinicorticis, 2:182. 
Cherry tree slug, 9:335. 
Chicken louse, 5:290. 
Chilocorus bivulnerus, 2:186; 5: 

267. 

Chinch bug, 2:150, 153, 155, 162. 
Chionaspis furfurus, 11, plate 

8, fig. 2. 

pinifoliae, 5:266; 11, plate 

9, fig. 1. 
Chloropisca prolifica, see C. 

variceps. 
variceps (syn. C. prolifica), 

4:71; 7:234, plate. 
Chortophaga viridifasciata, 2: 

188; 9:331. 
Chortophila betarum, see Pego- 

myia. 

chrysanthemum fly, 7:224. 
Chrysopa, 2:186. 
Cicada septendecim. 2:168, 173, 
174; 7:297; 10:422, 423; 12: 
275, plates 9-13. 



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Figures of (cont'd) 

Cingilia catenaria (syn. Zerene), 

4:139. 

Cirrospilus flavicinctus, 1:159. 
Clastoptera, on pine, 8:154. 
Clastoptera obtusa, 8:153. 
Clothilla pulsatoria, 2:202. 
clover hay caterpillar, 13:358*. 
clover leaf weevil, 7:315. 
clover mite, 7, opp. p. 321, 322. 
cluster fly, 9:309. 
Coleophora malivorella, 1:163; 

8:217. 

Conorhinus sanguisugus, 4:112. 
Conotrachelus crataegi, 10:419. 

nenuphar, 7:289. 
Corimelaena pulicaria, 8:213. 
corn, eaten by corn worm, 1: 

123; eaten by Phorbia fusci- 

ceps (syn. Anthomyia zeae), 

1:200. 

corn curculio, 1:255. 
corn worm, 1:118, 123. 
corsair, black, 4:170. 

two spotted, 4:112. 
Corydalis, horned, 8, plate 2. 
Corydalis cornuta, 8, plate 2. 
Corythuca arcuata, 4:108. 
Cosmopepla carnifex, 2:145. ; 
Cossus centerensis, pupa case, 

2:216. 

Cotton worm, 1:7. 
Cottony cushion scale, 4:187. 
Cow horn fly, 5:224. 
Crambus trisectus (syn. C. ex- 

siccatus, 1:149. 
vulgivagellus, 1 :137, 138, 

141, 142. 

Craponius inaequalis, 9:365. 
Crioceris asparagi, 1:241, 242, 
243; 9:343; 11:178; 12:250. 
12-punctata, 12:250. 
cucumber beetle, striped, larva 

of, 9:362. 

cucumber root, infested, 9:362. 
curculio catcher, 1:57; 7:294. 
currant Ainphidasys, 2:99, 100. 
currant stem borer, 2:60. 
cut worm, black, 8:189. 

bronze colored, 4:54. 
cuttings in* fir by Monohammus 

confusor, 2:50. 
Cyllene pictus, 8:175. 
Danais archippus, sec Anosia 

plexippus. 
Darapsa myron, see Ampeloph- 

aga. 

death watch, 2:202. 
Dendroleon obsoletum, 7:319. 
Dermanyssus avium, 5:290. 
Dermestes lardarius, 6:118. 
vulpinus, 4:89. 



Figures of (cont'd) 

Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7:315. 

vittata, 9:362. 

Diplosis cucumeris, 11, plate 2. 
pyrivora, 8:142. 
setigera, 11, plate 3. 
Dorthesia cataphracta, see Or 

thezia. 
Drosophila ampelophila, 1:216. 

species, 2:124. 
dusting box for paris green, 1: 

27. 

Dynastes hyllus, 7, opp. p. 250. 
tityus, 5:229; 7:247, 248,250. 
Ecpantheria ocularia (syn. E. 
scribonia), 12, plate 1, 
plate 4, fig. 1. 
scribonia, see E. ocularia. 
eight spotted forester, 5:181. 
elm leaf beetle, 4:144; 5:235. 
elm tips, girdled, 2:87. 
Enchenopa binotata, 1:282, 283, 

287. 

Encyrtus bucculatricis, 1:160. 
Epilachna borealis, 7:311. 
Eriocampa cerasi, see Eriocam- 

poides limacina. 
Eriocampoides limacina (syn. 

Eriocampa cerasi), 9:335. 
Euclemensia bassettella, 12, 

plate 5, fig. 2-7. 
Eudioptis hyalinata, see Mar- 

garonia. 

nitidalis, see Margaronia. 
Eudryas grata, see 'Euthisano- 

tia. 

Eumenes fraternus, 6:109. 
Euphoria inda, 1 :234. 
European bean weevil, 7:280. 
European long sting, 8:165. 
Euthisanotia grata (syn. Eudry- 
as), 5:181, 182; 8:170, 171. 
Evoxysoma vitis (syn. Isoso- 

ma), 4:33. 

eye spotted bud moth, 7:306. 
Field force pump, 7:292. 
Force pumps, 7:292, 293.. 
Galerucella luteola (syn. G. 
xanthomelaena), 4:144; 
5:235; 12:259; plate 8, 
'fig. 1. 
xanthomelaena, see G. 

luteola. 
Gamasus longipalpoides, 11, 

plate 16, fig. 1, la. 
garden flea, 2:207. 
Glycobius speciosus, see Plagio- 

notns. 

Gordius, 4:125. 

Gortyna nitela, see Hydroecia. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 12, plate 14, 

fig. 2-5. 
Goulds pump, 7:292. 



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Figures of.(confd) 
grain aphis, 5:247. 
grape seed midge, 4:33. 
grape vine flea beetle, 4:96; 7: 

353. 

grape vine hog caterpillar, 5:176. 
grape vine moth, green, 5:179. 
Grapholitha interstinctana, 11: 

153. 
grass hopper, red legged, 1:7; 6: 

152; 10:441. 

green house Sciara, 10, plate 1. 
Gryllotalpa borealis, 6:149. 
gypsy moth, 7:302. 
Haernatobia serrata, 5:224. 
hag moth, 5:184, 188, 189. 
hair worms, 4:125. 
Haltica chalybea, 4:96; 7:353. 
harlequin cabbage bug, 1:265. 
Harmonia picta, 2:186. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:118. 
Helophilus latifrons, 7:230, 232. 

similis, 7:230. 
Hemileuca maia, egg cluster, 

2:75. 

hemlock larvae, 4:23. 
Heraclides cresphontes (syn. 

Papilio), 9:337. 
Hessian fly, 5:286. 
Heteropus ventricosus, 2:110; 

10:385. 

Hexagenia bilineata, 4:124. 
hickory tree borer, 8:175. 
Hippodamia convergens, 5:257. 
hop vine aphis, 8:208. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 

1:113; 8:191. 
hydronette, 1:29. 
Hylemyia deceptiva, see Phor- 

bia fusciceps. 
Hypoderrna bovis, 6:112. 
Icerya purchasi, 6:187. 
imperial moth, 13, plate 2. 
Incurvaria acerifoliella, 5:219. 
Isabella tiger moth, 7:226. 
Isosoma grande, 4:32. 
hordei, 4:28, 31. 
vitis, sec Evoxysoma. 
Ixodes bovis, see Boophilus. 
Janus integer, 13, plate 1, fig. 

2. 

joint worm fly, 4:28. 
joint worm parasite, 4:33. 
Julus caeruleocinctus, 5:296; 8- 

199; 10:445. 
jumping seeds, 4:151. 
Kermes galliformis, 12, plate 5. 

fig. 1. 

lace winged fly, 2:186. 
Lachnosterna fusca, 8:175. 
lady bird, Northern, 7:311. 
painted, 2:186. 



Figures of (cont'd) 

lady bird, spotted, 4:83. 

twice stabbed, 2:186; 5:267. 
two spotted, 6:117; 9:306. 
lady bug, convergent, 5:257. 
Lagoa opercularis, see Megal- 

opyge. 

Lampronota frigida, 1:145. 
lantern for attracting moths, 1: 

148. 

larch lappet moth, 4:21. 
larch saw fly, 5:165; 8:168. 
Largus succinctus, 2:165. 
Lasioptera vitis, 4:64. 
leaf beetle, three lined, 2:133, 

134. 

leaf bug, four lined, 1:273; 5:274. 
leather beetle, 4:89. 
Lebia grandis, 12:235. 
Lecanium juglandis, erroneous 
reference of L. prunastri. 
prunastri (plum tree scale), 

11, plate 11. 

Lema trilineata, 2:133, 134. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:157; 

10:434. 
Leptodesmus falcatus, 12, 

plate 15. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12, plates 

2, 3 and 4, fig. 2. 
Lina scripta, 11:182, 183, 184. 
Lioderma ligata, 4:25. 
Lipura fimetaria, see Apho- 

rura armata. 
locust, green striped, 2:188; 9: 

331. 

locust egg Anthomyian para- 
site, 1:182. 
locust mite, 8:180. 
long sting, lunate, 4:39; 8, plate 

3. 
Lycia cognataria (syn. Amphi- 

dasys), 2:99, 100. 
Lyctus opaculus, 2:130. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syn. 

Nematus), 5:165; 8:168. 
Lygus pratensis, 5:275; 13:356'. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

228; 8:200. 

Maia moth egg belt, 2:75. 
Mallota posticata, 1:214, 215. 
Mamestra grandis, 5:212. 

picta, 5:207. 
Mantis Carolina, sec Stagmo- 

mantis. 

egg packet. 4:159. 
religiosa, 4:162. 

Manure fly (Sciara), 10, plate 1. 
Maple leaf cutter, 5:217. 
Maple tree scale insect, 6:142; 

8:178 

Margaronia hyalinata (syn. 
Eudioptis), 11:137. 



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Figures of (conVd) 

Margaronia nitidalis (syn. Eu- 

dioptis), 11:129. 
marguerite fly, 4:77. 
marguerite fly mines, 4:74. 
meal worm, 8:176; 9:308. 
meat fly, blue, 1:170. 
Mecyna reversalis, 11:144. 
Megalopyge opercularis (syn. 

Lagoa), 4:51, 52, 54. 
Megilla maculata, 4:83. 
Melanolestes abdominalis, 4,: 

111. 

picipes, 4:110. 

Melanoplus f emur-rubrum (syn. 
Caloptenus), 1:7; 6:152; 
10:441. 

spretus (syn. Caloptenus), 
1:7; 2:192, 193, 194; 4: 
25; 10:441. 

Melanotus communis, 8:198, 199. 
Melittia cucurbitae, see M. 

satyriniformis. 
satyriniformis (syn. M. cu- 
curbitae), 2:59; 5:155. 
melon aphis, 8:221. 
melon caterpillar, 11:137. 
Meromyza americana, 1:223. 
Microdon globosus, 2:116. 
mines in columbine leaf, 4:79. 
mite parasite of Angoumois 

moth, 2:110. 
mole cricket, 6:149. 
Monomorium pharaonis, 1 1 :111. 
mosquito, 12:327, 329. 
Murgantia histrionica, 1:265. 
mushroom feeding fly, 10:400. 
Myrmeleon immaculatus, 7:318; 

11:236. 

species, 11: 234, 235, 236. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11, plate 

8, fig. 1. 

Necrophorus tomentosus, 5:289. 

Nectarophora granaria (syn. 

Siphonophora avenae), 5:247. 

Nematus erichsonii, see Lygae- 

onematus. 
Nemoraea leucaniae, see Wiu- 

themia 4-pustulata. 
Neoelytus erythrocephalus, 12, 

plate 7, fig. 3, 4, 5. 
Nephelodes minians, var. vio- 
lans (syn. N. violans), 1 : 
106; 4:54. 

violans, see N. minians var. 
Neuronia pardalis, 12:299. 
Noctua clundestina (syn. Agro- 

tis), 8:199. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:71, 72; 4:48. 
nozzle, insecticidal, 1:31. 
oak plum gall, 4:43. 



Figures of (cont'd) 

Oberea bimaculata, 5:232. 
Ocneria dispar, see Porthetria. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12, plate 8, 

fig. 2, 3. 

oil beetle, 6:131. 
onion fly, 1:169, 174, 175, 176. 
Opsicoetus personatus (syn. 

Reduvius), 4:112. 
Orgyia leucostigma, see Notolo- 
v phus. 

Orphulella pelidna (syn. Steno- 

bothrus maculipennis), 2:196. 
Orthezia cataphracta (syn. Dor- 

thesia), 1:286. 

Orthosoma brunneum, 4:22. 
Otiorhynchus ovatus, 10:417. 
owl beetle, 4:141. 
ox gad fly, 6:116. 
ox warble fly, 6:112, 113, 114. 
Oxyptilus periscelidactylus, 12: 

plate 4, fig. 3, 4, 5; plate 5, 

fig. 8, 9. 
Paleacrita vernata (syn. Ani-, 

sopteryx), 4:140; 5:258. 
Panorpa rufescens, 10:463 and 

plates 3, 4. 

Papilio cresphontes, see Hera- 
elides. 

pea weevil, 7:261, 280. 
peach tree borer, 8:184. 
peach twig borer, 1:152. 
pear midge, 8:142, 147, 148. 
pear tree Psylla, 9:327, 328. 
peart jnfested (pear midge), 8: 

144, 145; 10:386. 
Pegomyia betarum (syn. Chor- 

tophila), 1:208. 
vicina, 1:209. 
Pemphigus rhois, 12: plate 14, 

fig. ]. 

Pemphredon concolor, 8:163. 
Pennsylvania soldier beetle, 4: 

86; 9:344. 

Pentatoma juniperina, 10:431. 
Penthina nimbatana, 5:214, 215. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 

tis), 5:201, 204 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:184, 

188, 189. 

Phora agarici, 10, plate 2. 
Phorbia ceparum, 1:175. 

cilicrura, see P. fusciceps. 
fusciceps (syn. Anthomyia 
zeae, Hylemyia decep- 
tlva, Phorbia cilicrura), 
1:182, 200, 201. 
Phorodon humuli, 8:208. 
Phylloxera vitifoliae, 1:4; 9:347. 
Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 

lateralis in error), 4:77; 7:244; 

mines of, 4:74. 



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Figures of (cont'd) 

Phytomyza lateralis, erroneous 
reference of P. chrysanthemi. 
Phytonomus punctatus, 1 :247, 
248, 250; 5:272; fungus at- 
tacked larva, 5:273; 7:315. 
Phytoptus pyri, 10:458. 
pickle caterpillar, 11:129. 
pigeon Tremex, 4:38. 
pine leaf Chermes, 2:182. 
pine leaf scale insect, 5:266. 
pine weevil, 4:24; 9:344. 
Piophila casei, 12:231. 
Pirates biguttatus, 4:112. 
Pissodes strobi, 4:24; 9:344. 
Plagionotus speciosus (syn. 
Glycobius), 8:203; 12, plate 7, 
fig. 1. 

plurn curculio, 7:289. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:90. 
Podisus spinosus, 6:137. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:273; 5: 

274. 

Pollenia rudis, 9:309. 
Polydesmus complanatus, 12: 

301. 

poplar saw fly, 4:45, 46. 
Porthetria dispar (syn. Ocne- 

ria), 7:302. 
potter wasp, 6:109. 
Prionidus cristatus (syn. Prio- 

notus), 4:113; 6:138. 
Psylla pyricola, 9:327. 
Ptinus brunneus, 4:90. 
Ptyelus lineatus, 4:120. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6: 
142; 8:178; 11, plate 10, fig. 
1, 2, 3, 4. 
punctured clover leaf weevil, 5: 

272. 

Pyralis costalis, 11:148; 13:358 l . 
Pyrophorus noctilucus, 11:175. 
Pyrrharctia Isabella, 7:226. 
raspberry cane borer, 5:232. 
raspberry geometer, 8:130. 
raspberry gouty gall, 6:124. 
red spider, 5:287. 
Reduvius personatus, see Opsi- 

coetus. 
rhinoceros beetle, 5:229; 7:247, 

248, 250. 

Rhyssa persuasoria, 8:165. 
Rocky mountain locust, 1:7; 2: 

192, 193, 194; 4:25; 10:441. 
root fly, 1:192. 
rose beetle or bug, 1:228; 8:200. 

Fuller's, 2:143. 
rose leaf tyer, 5:214. 
San Jose scale, 11, plates 12, 

13, 14. 

Sannina exitiosa, see Sannin- 
oidea. 



Figures of (cont'd) 

Sanninoidea exitiosa (syn. San- 
nina), 8:184. 

Saperda Candida, 5:270; 7:313. 
tridentata, 12, plate 7, fig. 

4, 5; plate 8,' fig. 2. 
Schizoneura lanigera, 5:160. 
Schoturus nivicola, 11:251, 252. 
Sciara agraria, 12, plate 6, tig. 

5, 6, 10. 

caldaria, 10:403; plate 1, 

fig. 5, 7, 10. 

coprophila, 10:394, 395,403; 

plate 1, fig. 1-4, 6, 8, 9, 11. 

fulvicauda, 12, plate 6, fig. 

7, 13. 
multiseta, 12, plate 6, fig. 

1, 2, 11. 
pauciseta, 12, plate 6, fig. 

3, 4, 12. 

prolifica, 12, plate 6, fig. 8, 9. 
Scolytus rugulosus burrows, 4: 

104. 
Scutigera forceps (syn. Cerma- 

tia), 4:129; 7:325. 
seed corn fly, 1:200. 
Semiotellus chalcidiphagus, 4: 

33. 
Sesia tipuliformis (syn. Aege- 

ria), 2:60. 
seventeen year Cicada, 2:168, 

173, 174; 7:297; 10:422, 423. 
sexton beetle, 5 :289. 
Sinoxylon, red shouldered, 2:130. 
Sinoxylon basilare, 2:130. 
Siphonophora avenae, see Nec- 

tarophora granaria. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:90; 7:311. 
Sitotroga cerealella, 2:103, 105; 

10:379. 

Smynthurus hortensis, 2:207. 
soldier bug, spined, 6:137. 
Sphenophorus sculptilis, 1:255. 
Spilosorna virginica, 7:305. 
spittle hopper, lined, 4:120. 
sprinkler for paris green water, 

1:29. 

squash bug, 2:165; 8:203. 
squash vine borer, 2:59, 60; 5: 

155. 
Stagmomantis Carolina (syn. 

Mantis), 4:159, 161. 
stalk borer, 1:113; 8:191. 
Stenobothris maculipennis, see 

Orphulella pelidna. 
sugar maple borer, 8:203. 
Synchlora glaucaria, 8:130. 
Syrphus fly, 2:186; 7:230, 231, 

232. 

Tabanus bovinus, 6:116. 
tarnished plant bug, 5:275; 13: 

356 4 . 
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:173. 



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469 



Figures of (cont'd) 

Tenebrio molitor, 8:176. 

obscurus, 9:308. 
Tenthredo rufopectus, 13, plate 

1, fig. 1. 

Tetranychus telarius, 5:287. 
Tettix granulata, 2:190. 
Thalessa lunator, 4:30, 39; 8, 

plate 3. 
thousand legged worms, 5:296; 

8:199; 9:372. 

Thrips tabaci, 11, plate 15. 
Tmetocera ocellana, 7:306. 
Tolype laricis, 1:89, 90, 91, 92, 

93, 95, 96; 4:21. 
tortoise beetle, golden, 6:120. 
tree hopper, two spotted, 1: 

282. 

tree protector, 2:9. 
Tremex columba, 4:38; 8:105. 
Tribolium ferrugineum, 2:137. 
Trichogramma minuta, 2:220. 
Trombidium locustarum, 8:180. 
Trypeta poinonella, 2:119, 120. 
tussock moth, white marked, 

2:71, 72. 
Tyroglyphus heteromorphus, 

11, plate 16, fig. 2-10. 
lintneri, 10:452. 
siro, 5:292. 
Upper austral life zone, 11, 

plate 4. 
Urocerus albicornis, 13, plate 

1, fig- 3. 

flavicornis, 13, plate 1, fig. 4. 
vagabond' Crambus, 1 :134. 
violet Nephelodes, 1 :100. 
water bug, giant, 4:145. 
wheat midge, 1:6. 
wheat stem fly, 1 :223. 
wheat stem maggot, 1:222. 
wheel bug, nine pronged, 4:113; 

6:138. 
white scale insect, 5:278; 8:214; 

11, plate 9, fig. 2. 
Winthemia 4-pustulata (syn. 

Nemoraea leucaniae), 1:146. 
wire worm, 8:199. 
woolly bear, yellow, 7:305. 
Xylotrechus colonus, 4:93, 94. 
Zerene catenaria, see Cingilia. 
filamentaria, Nematocampa, sec 

Ania limbata. 

Filaria sanguinis-hominis, cause of 
elephantiasis, 12:331, 332; imma- 
ture forms in mosquitos, 12:331. 
flmbrialis, Pyralis, see P. costalis. 
fimetaria, Lipura, sec Aphorura ar- 

mata. 

Podura, sec Aphorura armata. 
fimetarius, Aphodius, 3:103; 7:312, 
379, 383; 9:440; 13:373 4 ; 14:374'. 



finitima, Hadena, see Xylophasia. 
Xylophasia (syn. Hadena), 10: 
482. 

Fir, see Balsam. 

Fir saw fly, 1:42, 

Fire flies, 4:85; 8:174. 

" Fire worm " (canker worm), 12: 
312, 350; 14:392'. 

Fisher, Jabez, cited, 9:318. 

Fishes, mosquitoes food for, 12:330, 
335; crustaceans food for, 13;351 8 . 

Fisk, H. L., insects from, 5:325. 

fissilis, Euschistus, 10:519; 13:374 4 . 
Melanotus, 7:377; 14:322 5 . 

Fissipennes (Pterophoridae), 12:219. 

Fitch, Asa, cited, 1 :87, 172, 184, 191, 
194, 201, 202, 227, 239, 253, 271, 
281; 2:68, 102, 125, 132, 148, 168, 
180, 203; 3:133; 4:20, 27, 114, 158; 
5:184, 192, 215, 227, 234, 242, 246, 
253; 6:147; 7:255; 8:152, 153; 9: 
317; 10:387, 408, 477; 11:109, 203, 
241, 248, 251; 12:218, 237, 243, 264, 
290; quoted, 11:202; 12:221, 267, 
290-91, 301, 302; referred to, 1 :221 ; 
12:220, 222, 244, 246, 265, 277, 
286, 292, 301, 311; Catalogue of the 
Homoptera of the state of New 
York, 9:381-413; 14:384 1 ; Insects 
of New York, Report cited, 1:87, 
172, 184, 194, 201, 202, 221, 227. 
239, 281; 2:68, 102, 125, 168, 180, 
203; 3:133; 4:20, 27, 114: 5:184, 
192, 215, 227, 246, 253; 8:152, 153; 
9:317; 10:408, 477; 11:109, 203, 
248; 12:218, 243, 264; 13:338 3 , 342 ;> ; 
Winter insects of eastern New York 
cited, 2:203; republished, 2:235- 
44; Entomological labors, 1:322- 
25; papers, 1:297-322; reports, 1: 
291-97. 

Fitch. F. A., insects from, 10:510. 

fitchella.. Lithocolletis, 1:156. 

fitchii, Lecanium, 10:518. 

Promachus (syn. P. apivorus), 
1:318. 

Flacherie, 2:40; 4:177, 178. 

Flat flies (Homalomyia species), 1: 
171. 

flava, Drosophila, 1:220. 
Phora, 10:403. 
Phytomyza, 4:79. 

flavago, Gortyna, 1:1^5. 
flavicauda, Exorista, see Belvoisia 
unifasciata. 

flaviceps, Lauxania, 9:462. 
Phytomyza, 4:79. 

flavicinctus, Cirrospilus, 1<159, 160. 

flavicollis, Clastoptera, sub species, 

9:394. 

flavicornis, Urocerus, 13:339", 342*, 
342. 



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flavilineata, Gypona, 9:397, 410. 
flavirnanus, Bruchus Bohem., see B. 

afh'uis Froelich. 
flavipes, Anthrenus, see A. scroph- 

ulariae var. 
Eristalis, 7:229. 

Termes, 9:454; 11:272; 14:312. 
flaviventris, Janus, see J. integer. 
Phylloecus, see Janus integer, 
flavizonatus, Ichneumon, 12:211 
flavopieta, Orchesella, 2:207. 
Flax,* army worm feeding on, 12: 

206. 

Flea, dog, 12:361. 
field, 11:272. 
garden, 1:322. 
Flea beetle, broad striped, 4:155; 

14:358 2 . 

red footed, 11:269; 14:357 8 . 
striped, 1:60, 310; 3:99; 5:301; 

9:375; 14:353 6 . 

Flea beetles, attacking alder, 4:96- 
101; attacking apple trees; 4:101- 
3, 196; attacking beets, 9:375; ref- 
erence, 1:316, 322; remedies, 1:40, 
45, 61, 65; 3:135; 4:101-3; 14.-.372 1 ', 
species treated of, 4:96-103, 155- 
56; 7:353. 
Flea family, 1:79. 

Fleas, 1:62, 74; 9:352-53; 10:498; 12: 
323; resistance to insecticides; 9: 
352-53; 14:383 e . 
Flesh flies, 1 :69. 

Fletcher, James, cited, 4:35; 5:164, 
216; 7:280, 324; 8:133; 10:378, 433, 
454; 11:152. 233, 250; 12:192, 
238; 13:353 6 ; insects from 8:298; 
9:462; 10:510; 13:372 5 ; quoted, 
11:170-71; referred to, 11:119, 170. 
fletcherella, Coleophora, 9:374; 10: 

510; 11:267; 12:307, 360. 
flexuosa, Heterogenea (syn. H. tex- 

tula), 11:264. 
Flicker, see Woodpecker, golden 

winged. 

Flies, biting, 5 :221 ; 8 :126, 193-96, 297. 
golden eyed (Chrysopa), 1:177. 
Flint, O. Q., insects from, 11:286. 
floccosa, Chortophila, see Fhorbia 

brassicae. 

Phorbia, see P. brassicae. 
floralis, Musca, see Phorbia brassi- 
cae. 

florea. Cucullia*, 9:456; 14:316 8 . 
fioricola, Homalomyia, see H. fus- 

cula. 

Florida agricultural experiment 
ntatkra,*0Brfffi cited, 11:127, 135, 
233; 13.-353 8 . 
floridana, Cermatia, see Scutigera 

forceps. 
Scutigera, see S. forceps. 



floridensis, Ceroplastes, 11:271. 

Florists' exchange cited, 10:498, 502; 
14:383', 385. 

Flour, insects infesting; 

Silvanus surinamensis, 12:361. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:92. 
Tyroglyphus siro, 14:316 5 . 
graham, insects infesting; 
Calandria granaria, 12:362. 
Tribolium confusum, 12:362. 

Flour mite, 3:100; 8:293. 

Flour paste fly, 6:116, 177; 14:326 5 , 
367 8 . 

Flower beetles, 1:234, 236. 

Flower chafer, trim, 5 :320 

Flower cricket, 1:332; 4:147; 5:302, 
310; 10:486, 519; 11:271, 288; 14: 
353 7 , 358 6 , 377 8 . 

Flower flies, 1:168, 211; 5:284; 7: 
326. 

Floyd, Augustus, insects from, 4: 
205, 206; 6:188; 9:463; 11:286. 

Fluted scale, 4:187, 188, 202. 

fluviata, Camptogramma, see Per- 

cnoptilota. 

Percnoptilota (syn. Campto- 
gramma, Plemyria), 9:456; 
10:483. 
. Plemyria, see Percnoptilota. 

Fly, Buffalo, 5:220, 226; 7:333; 9: 
444. 

Fly weevil, 2:105; 10:378, 380. 

Foerster, Arnold, cited, 9:317. 

foliacea, Haltica, 11:269. 

Fonda, John, insects from, 10:519. 

Forbes, S. A., cited, 1:99; 2:69, 149; 
4:80, 155; 7:321; 10:388; 11:178, 
250; 12:191, 243; 13:352 5 ; quoted, 
12:245; reference, 13:354 5 , 355 4 . 

forbesi, Aspidiotus, 11:271. 

Forbush, E. H., and Fernald, C. H., 
Gypsy moth: report of the work of 
destroying the insect in the com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts, * * 
abstract from 12:351; 14:392 8 ; 
cited, 12:193. 

forceps, Calista, see Scutigera. 
Cermatia, see Scutigera. 
Scutigera, see Scutigera forceps. 

Forel, August, referred to, 12:182. 

Forest flies, 5:245; 7:229. 

Forest moth, 1 :300. 

Forest tent caterpillar, depredating 
on apple trees, 1:328; 3:91-93, 
147; on maple trees, 6:106, 166; 
muscardine destroying, 4:178; ref- 
erence, 2:83; 4:204; 10:495; 11: 
265; 13:369 3 ; 14:344 9 , 359 8 ; reme- 
dies, 3:93. 

Forester, eight spotted, 1:33; 14: 
362 6 . 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



forficatus, Lithobius, (syn. L. ameri- 

canus), 4:208. 
Forficula, 4:167. 

auricularia, 11:272. 
Forficulidae, 1:79; 7:238. 
Formica exsectoides, 12:182; 14: 

399-. See also F. rufa. 
fusca, 4:181. 
uigra, 'see Lasius. 
noveboracensis, see Campono- 

tus herculaneus. 
obscuripes, 12:182. 
pennsylvanica, see Camponotus 

herculaneus var. 
pharaonis, see Monomorium. 
rufa (probably F. exsectoides), 
2:117, 186; 11:115, 273; 12: 
181, 182; 14:399 2 . 
subsericea, 12:182; 14,:399 2 . 
Formicaleo species (Myrmeleon),!!: 

240. 
formicarius, Clerus, 10:500; 14:384 7 . 

Cylas, 3:141, 154; 14:347 2 . 
Formicidae, 10:365-69; 11:115-16; 

12:181, 182. 

formosa, Plusia, 10:377. 
Fort Plain free press cited, 6:167; 

14:359 9 . 

Fossil insects, 4:170, 176. 
fossor, Aphodius, 3:103; 7:379. 
Foster, Mrs W. W., insects from. 

13:372 2 . 
Four o'clock, Thrips tabaci on, 11: 

245. 

foveatus, Hadrobregmus, 4:20, 22. 
Fowler, E. G., insects from, 3:1-10. 
Fowls, domestic, feeding on army 
worm, 12:208; on Cicada pupae, 
12:288. 

fractilinea, Hadena, 10:482. 
fragariae. Analcis, see Tyloderma. 
Tyloderma (syn. Analcis), 1: 

155; 10:418. 

fragilis, Campodea, 1:101. 
fraterna, Lachnosterna, 1:330; 11: 

268. 

Parasa, see P. chloris. 
Tetrastichus (syn. Trichogram- 

ma), 1:303; 2:79. 
Trichogramma, see Tetrasti- 

chus. 
fraternis, Camaronotus, see Pilo- 

pliorus. 
Pilophorus (syn. Camaronotus), 

2:186. 
fraternus, Eumenes. 2:231; 5:268; 

6:109-11; 13:371 9 ; 14:334 3 , 367'. 
Fraxinella, Heraclides cresphontefs 

(syn. Papilio) on, 9:337. 
Fraxinus, see Ash. 

sambucifolia, see Ash, black. 
Fremd, Charles, Gossyparia in 
nursery of, 12:293. 



French, G. H., cited, 1:99, 111, 116; 

2:57, 69, 102; 4:57; 5:193, 201, 207; 

7:225; 8:129; 11:126, 146; 12:183, 

218; 13:343"; Destructive insects of 

Victoria cited, 10:454. 
French, G. S., insects from, 9:462. 
Frey-Boll, cited, 11:160. 
frigida, Coelopa, 4:174. 
Lampronota, 1:145. 
Lissonota, ee Lampronota. 
frit, Oscinis, 1:225. 
Frog hoppers, 5:245. 
Frog spittle insects, 1:285; 4:120; 

5:245. 
Frogs feeding on army worm, 12: 

209. 
frontalis Dehdroctonus, 10:500; 14: 

384 7 . 
Systena, 4:156; 9:297, 343-44, 

422, 463; 10:498; 14:383 9 . 
Frontina archippivora (syn. Masi- 

cera), 8:238. 
Frost, H. L. & Co., spraying trees, 

etc., 12:264. 
frugiperda, Laphygma, 1:328; 11: 

265. 
Fruit blossoms injured by Thrips, 

11:249. 
Fruit crops, large areas devoted to. 

4:184-85. 
Fruit growers' association of On 

tario, Report cited, 10:454; 12:21*. 
Fruit insects, publications on, 4: 

191-92. 
Fruit^ insects, see Saunders, Insects 

injurious to fruit. 

Fruit tree leaves, army worm feed- 
ing on, 12:206. 
Fruit trees, spraying of while in 

blossom, 11:117-24; 14:381 7 , 395 6 . 
frumentaria, Phlaeothrips, 11:240. 
fucata, Sciara, 5:265; 10:388. 
fucosa, Hypoprepia, 12:360. 
fugitiva, Limneria (syn. Banchus 

fugitivus), 1:320; 2:41; 3:90, 140, 

150; 5:198; 7:381; 14:346 l , 352*. 
fugitivus, Banchus, sec Limneria 

fugitiva. 

fulgida, Euphoria, 8:286; 14:372 7 . 
Fulgoridae, 1:284-300. 
fuliginosa, Molobrus. see Sciara. 

Sciara (syn. Molobrns), 10:387. 
Fuller, A. S., cited, 1:239: 5:234;~7: 

255; insects from, 3:140, 141. 
fuller!. Aramigus, 2:142-44; 4:193; 

5:154, 311, 325; 14:337 1 . 342 7 , 347 4 . 
Fuller's rose beetle, see Aramigttfl 

fulleri. 

fulvibnrbis, Callipliora, 1:299. 
fulvicauda, Sciara, 12:227-28, 361. 
fulvicollis, Scepsis, 9:456; 14:313'. 
fulvicosta, Callimorpha, 11:264. 



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fulvidorsum, Jassus, see Phlepsius. 
Phlepsius (syn. Jassus), 9:402, 

410. 

fulvipes, Chalcis, erroneous Refer- 
ence of C. ovata. 
Cis, erroneous reference of C. 

fuscipes. 

Eurytoma, see Isosoma hordei. 
Merisus (syn. Pteromalus), 1: 

307; 11:165. 

Pteromalus, see Merisus. 
finnans, Brachinus, 6:170; 14:361". 
Fumea, 1:84. 
fumiferana, Tortrix, 4:20, 22; 10: 

483. 

Fumigation for greenhouses, 12:303. 
Fumitory, climbing, Tetranychus 

telarius on, 5:288. 
funebris, Drosophila, 1:218, 220. 

Eurytoma, 2:2. 

funeralis, Acronycta (A. americana 
in error), 2:77; 9:455; 10:482; 
14:313 4 , 316. 
Desinia (syn. D. maculalis), 1: 

86; 10:483. 

Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 
333, 334, 336; 7:375; 14:321 4 . 
Fungi, insects on; 

Coccinellidae, 4:81; 7:217. 
Exechia species, 8:172. 
Fungicides and insecticides com- 
bined, 7:345; 9:416. 
fungorum, Exechia, 8:172; 10:392. 
Fungus attacking Cicada, 12:2.S9; 
attack on Musca domestica, G: 
168; on curculio, 1:308. 
Fungus feeding fly, 2:13. 
Fungus gnats, 8:109, 172, 297; 10: 
389, 392, 397, 399, 447, 497; 12: 
223-28. 

fur, Ptinus, 2:138; 4:93. 
Fur moth, 4:140. 
furcatellns, Crambus, 1:150. 
furcilla, Panthea (syn. Platycerura), 

9:450, 455; 14:313 8 . 
Platycerura, see Panthea. 
furcillata, Physocephala, 5:285. 
furfurus, Chionaspis, 1:331; 4:208; 
5:300, 326; 8:293, 299; 9:440^41, 
464; 10:518; 11:202-3, 271, 288, 
12:348; 13:368 5 , 374 9 ; 14:316 6 , 316 7 , 
353 2 , 375 3 , 391 5 , 397 8 . 
furnorum, Thermobia (syn.Lepisma 

domestica), 4:179; 6:190; 10:519. 
Furueaux, W., Butterflies and moths * 

(British) cited, 12:221. 
furvana, Tortrix, see Cacoecia. ar- 

gyrospila. 

fusca, Bolitophila, 10:392. 
Formica, 4:181. 
Lachnosterna, see I/, fusca. 
Spilomyia, 5:284; 7:229. 



fuscatus, Polistes, see P. paUipes. 
fusciceps, Aricia, see Phorbia. 

Phorbia (syn. Anthomyia radi- 
cum var. calopteni; A. zeae, 
Aricia, Hylemyia deceptiva, 
Phorbia cilicrura), 1:171, 180, 
181-84, 199-201; 4:179; 10:516; 
14:335 8 . 
fuscipes, Cis (C. fulvipes in error), 

9:462. 

fuscisquamellus, Crambus, 1:151. 
Fusicladium dendriticum, see Apple 

scab. 

pyrinum, see Pear scab. 
Fusicladiums, 10:453. 
fuscula, Homalomyia (syn. H. cili- 
crura, H. floricola), 1:184. 
futilalis, Botys, see Pyrausta. 

Pyrausta (syn. Botis, B. erec- 
talis), 11:138-42; 12:357; 14: 
395 7 . 

Fyles,T. W., cited, 5:164; 8:160; 12: 
193, 238; insects from, 7:381. 

Gaberasa ambigualis (syn. Tortri- 
codes bifidalis, T. indivisalis), 7: 
375; 14:321 7 . 
Gad fly, 1:299. 
Gade, George, cited, 4:36. 
Galasa rubidana (syn. CordylopPza 

nigrinodis), 10:483. 
Gale, R. F., insects from, 11:288. 
galeata, Archasia (syn. Smilia auri- 

culata), 9:389, 410. 
Galeruca calmariensis, see Galeru- 

cella luteola. 

cavicollis, see Galerucella. 
ruf osanguinea, 1 1 :197. 
sanguinea, see Lochmaea cra- 

taegi. 
xanthomelaena, see Galerucella 

luteola. 

Galerucella cavicollis (syn. Gal- 
eruca), distribution, 11:197; 
feeding on cherry, 11:197; 
feeding on chestnut, 11:198; 
probably single brooded, 11: 
197-98: reference, 11:286; 12: 
357; 14:395 8 ; resemblance to 
other species, 11:197, 198. 
luteola (syn. Galerucella and 
Galeruca xanthomelaena), 9: 
297; 13:360 6 -61 6 , 368 9 , 373 8 ; 
14.-332 8 . 340 6 , 341 7 , 344 5 , 348 8 , 
350 5 , 353 4 , 353 5 , 354 1 , 357, 
362 9 , 372 7 , 388 2 , 389 5 , 390 s , 391 8 , 
392 4 , 395 s , 398 1 , 399 8 , 400-. 
See also Elm leaf beetle, 
xanthomelaena, see G. luteola. 
Galerucidae, 1:243. 
Gallflies, 11:281. 
Gall insects, 2:31; 8:255. 



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473 



Gall mites, 5:290; 7:365; 9:377, 442; 
10:456-57. 

gallaesolidaginis, Gelechia, 2:39. 

Gallatin, J. N., insects from, 13: 
371. 

galliformis, Kermes, 12:316-17, 356, 
363; 14:395 2 . 

Gallinipper, 12:321. 

Galls, 5:173,308. 

Gamasidae, 5:318; 10:451. 

Gamasus, 3:134, 153; 5:289; 9:464. 
crassipes, 11:259. 
juloides, 3:134. 
loiigipalpoides, 1 1 :259. 
obovatus, 3:134; 10:451. 
species, 11:255. 

gamma, Plusia, 1:119. 

Gammaridae, 9:348. 

Gaminarus fasciatus, 7:373; 11:288. 

Gapes, 14/.343 7 , 343 8 , 345 7 , 346 5 . 

Garden and forest, cited, 7:242; 8: 
141; 9:318; 10:484; 11:206. 212, 
232, 233; 12:243, 268, 292, 303; 13: 
353 1 , 353 7 ; 14:377 2 . 

Garden leek, Thrips tabaci on, 11: 
245. 

Garden slugs, 11:274; 14:387. 

Gardener's chronicle and agricultural 
gazette cited, 1:172; 4:114, 151, 
7:242; 12:247; quoted 12:248. 

Gardener's magazine cited, 1 :172. 

Gardener's monthly and horticulturist 
cited, 5:315; 10:453; 14:338. 

Gardenia, see Cape jessamine. 

Gardening, abstracts from, 10:484, 
487, 489, 494, 496, 499, 500, 501, 
504; 11:275, 276, 280, 281; 12:347, 
348, 349, 351; cited, 11:109; 12: 
238; 14:377*, 378 2 , 378 9 , 380 5 , 380, 
281 8 , 381 8 , 384 8 , 384 4 , 384 6 , 385 3 , 
386 s , 386*, 886 5 , 388 2 , 388 3 , 388 s , 
390 1 , 390 2 , 390 5 , 391 s , 391 5 , 391 8 , 
391 8 , 392 e . 

Garfield, C. W., cited, 1:184, 194. 

garganicus, Chion (syn. Cerasphorus 
balteatus), 1:330; 4:95; 11:268. 

Gargara genus, 9:388. 

Garlock, W., insects from, 7:382. 

Garman, Harrison, cited, 7:231; 10: 
453; 11:250; 12:193, 243, 273; 13: 
353. 

Garrahen, , insects from, 9:464. 

Garscum, I. A., insects from, 9:463. 

Gartered plume moth, 8:284; 12: 
218-22, 13:372 5 ; 14:371 T . 

Garth, D. J., insects from, 4:207; 5: 
325; 8:297, 299; 9:464; 12:363. 

garzoni, Ecpantheria (syn. E. 
sennettii), 5:317; 14:339 8 . 

Gastroidea polygoni, 8:298; 10: 
519. 



Gastropacha americana, see Phyllo- 

desma. 

calif ornica, 11:265. 
laricis, see Tolype. 
velleda var. minuta, see Tolype 

laricis. 
Gastrophilus equi (syn. Oestrus), 1: 

299. 

nasalis (syn. Oestrus), 1:299. 
Gaubil, J., Catalogue synonymique 
des CoUopteres D'Europe et D' 
Algerie, cited, 7:285. 
Gazania, Phytomyza chrysanthemi 
(P. lateralis in error) mining, 
4:76. 

Geddes, George, cited, 1:253. 
Gelechia abietisella, 4:20, 22, 59, 

60. 

cerealella, see Sitotroga. 
gallaesolidaginis, 2:39. 
intermediella, 11:267. 
pinifoliella (G. pinifoliae in 

error), 1:156. 
robiniella (syn. Anacampsis), 1: 

309. 

gelechiae, Apanteles, see Microgas- 
ter. 
Microgaster (syn. Apanteles), 2: 

39. 
var. carinata, Microgaster (syn. 

M. carinata), 2:39. 
Pteromalus, 2:110. 
gemellatus, Cathartus (syn. Sil- 

^vanus cassiae), 9:308, 462. 
geminata, Solenopsis (syn. S. xy- 

loni), 10:366; 11:264. 
Stelidota, 11:285. 
geminatella, Lithocolletis, see 

Ornix. 
Ornix (syn. Lithocolletis, O. 

prunivorella), 1:330; 11:267. 
geminatus, Paniscus, 8:238. 

Smerinthus, 9:451; 11:264; 14: 

312 2 . 
yar. jamaicensis, Smerinthus, 

9:451. 
var. ocellatus, Smerinthus, 9: 

451. 

gemmata, Mantis, 4: 162. 
Gemminger, Max, and Harold, 
Edgar, Catalog us Coleopterorum 
hucusque descriptorum sytionymicus 
et systematicus, cited, 1:233. 
generosa, Cicindela, 9:462. 
genicnlus, Crambus, 1:151. 
Genista, insects injurious to; 
Mecyna polygonalis, 11:142; 

reversals, 10:515; 11:142. 
Genista caterpillar, 11:142-45; 12: 

357; 14:395'. 
Genista moth, 11:144. 
gentilis, Stibeutes, 12:211. 



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Gentry, T. G., cited, 13:343; refer- 
ence, 13 ^O 8 . 

Geoff roy, E. L., Histoire abregee des 
insect es qui se trouvent au.v environs 
de Paris cited, 12:292. 
Geological and natural history sur- 
vey of Minnesota, Bulletin cited, 
5:246; 12:290. 

Geological survey of Canada, Report 
cited, 10:388; Report of progress 
cited, 10:388. 
Geometra niveosericearia, see EUEO 

mos subsignarius. 

Geometridae, dates of collecting, 10: 
483; depredating on the apple, list, 
1:329; 11:266; publications on, 4: 
173; reference, 1:113; 2:91, 95, 228; 
5:202; 10:494, 502; sense organs 
in, 1:71; species treated of, 2 97- 
101; 5:258-60. 

Georgia agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin cited, 11:127, 135. 
Geotrypes tityus, see Dynastes. 
Geranium, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Aphis, 1:49. 

Aramigus fulled, 2:143. 
Julus caeruleocinctus, 5 :307, 

326; 10:446. 

Leptocoris trivittatus, 10:438. 
Plusia rogationis (syn. P. 

dyaus), 2:94, 228; 14:333 1 . 
4 Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1 :276, 

277. 
germanica Bctobia, see Phyllodro- 

mia. 

Panorpa, 10:465. 
Phyllodromia (syn. Ectobia), 1: 

62; 4:131; 7:326; 8:300. 
Vespa, 10:405. 
Gervais, Paul, Apttres cited, 3:133; 

4:128. 

Getter, H. C., insects from, 4:206. 
Gettys, S. F., insects from, 8:299. 
gibbosa, Laclmosterna, 9:335. 

Nadata (syn. N. behrensii), 8: 
296; 9:450, 456; 13:371"; 14: 
313. 

gibbus, Zabrus, see Z. tenebrioides. 
gigantea, Smicra, see Phasgono- 

phora sulcatus. 

giganteus, The^phonus, 6:190. 
gigas, Cebrio, 3:101. 

Urocerus, 4:95. 
Gilbert, H. R., cited, 1:87. 
Gillette, C. P., cited, 10:433, 453; 11: 

152, 242; 12:193; 13:353 8 . 
Gillette, C. P. and Baker, C. F., 
Hemiptera of Colorado cited, 10: 
433; 13:353 8 . 
Gillis, L. N., insects from, 9:462, 464; 

10:511. 

Ginger, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:92. 
giraudii, Sciara, 5:265. 



Gissler, C. F., cited, 9:307. 
glaberrimum, Orchelimum, 11:271. 
glabra, Oscinis, 1:225. 
Gladiolus, corn worms in stems or, 

1 :120. 

glandulosus, Cynips, 4:44. 
glaucaria, Aplodes, see Synchlora. 
Synchlora (syn. S. albolineata, 
Aplodes rubivora), 8:105, 129- 
33, 285; 10:497; 14,:372 3 , 3S2\ 
glaucinalis, Pyralis, 11:148. 
Glaucopidae, 2:214. 
glaucus, Jasoniades (syn. Papilio 
turnus), 1:327; 4:136; 7:219; 10: 
507, 519; 11:264; 12:307; 14:309*. 
Gleditschia triacanthos, see Locust, 

honey. 
Glens Falls republican cited. 3:145; 

14:344 5 . 

globosus, Aphritis, see Microdon. 
Microdon (syn. Aphritis, Scu- 
telligera ammerlandia), 2: 
116-17; 4:174; 9:313; 14:342 8 . 
Mulio, see Microdon. - 
Glover, Townsend, cited, 1:81, 116, 
152, 172, 191, 227, 233, 239, 253, 
264, 271, 281; 2:102, 126, 165, 180, 
203: 4:35, 80, 114, 155, 158; 5:192, 
227, 231, 234, 246; 6:147; 7:255; 8: 
152; 9:317; 10:388,408,453; 11: 
126, 146, 174, 248; 12:233, 235, 
267; 13:338 4 , 352 1 ; Illustrations of 
North American entomology Or- 
thoptera cited, 2:188; Manuscript 
notes from my journal Cotton 
insects cited, 1:116; 2:165; Diptera 
cited, 1:191, 194, 199, 201, 202, 211, 
221; 2:111, 116, 117; 4:73; 7:228; 
10:388, 405; 12:230, 233; Entomo- 
logical index cited, 1:172, 184; 4: 
20; Hemiptera cited, 1:264, 271; 2: 
145, 149, 165; 4:107, 156; 10:430, 
432. 

Glyceria fluitans, Nectarophora 
granaria (syn. Siphonophora 
avenae) on, 5:252. 
Glycobius speciosus, see Plagio- 

notus. 

Glyphe viridascens, 12:210. 
Glyphiua, see Colopha. 

ulmicola, see Colopha. 
Glypta leucozonata, 11:156. 
Glyptoscelis crypticus, 1:331; 11: 

269. 
Gnat, Buffalo, 5:314. 

gray, 7:364; 11:106; 12:307. 
Gnats, 1:40, 78, 168; 4:190. 
Goding, F. W., cited, 12:191. 
Goeze, J. A. Ik, Gesch. Ins. cited, 

2:187. 
Goff, E. S., insects from, 4:207, 208; 

5:325, 326; 7:383; 12:361. 
Gold fringe moth, 11:145-51. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST S REPORTS 



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Golden rod, insects on; 

Cuauliognathus pennsyl vanicus, 

4:86. 

Epicauta pennsylvanica, 6:135. 
Euphoria inda, 1:234. 
Gelechia gallaesolidaginis, 2: 

39. 

Heliothis armiger, 1:118. 
Heodes hypophlaeas (syn. 
Chrysophanus americanus), 
5:285. 

Lebia grandis, 12:235. 
Leptura canadensis, 4:23. 

scalaris, 5:285. 
Phymata wolffii (syn. P. erosa), 

3:107, 109. 

Syrphidae, 7:229; 11:106. 
Trirhabda canadensis, 4:142. 
Goldsmith beetle, 6:183; 11:268; 14: 

329 7 . 

Gomphina, 4:176. 
Gomphocerus inf uscatus, see Chorto- 

phaga viridifasciata. 
radiatus, see Chortoplmga vi i- 

difasciata. 
viridit'asciatus, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 
Gomphus adelphus, 12:364. 
Gonatista grisea (syn. Mantis phry- 

ganoides), 4:162. 
Gonia species, 5:323; 14:342 1 . 
Goniaphea ludoviciana, rose breasted 

grosbeak, 2:8. 

goniphora, Anthomyia, 1:195. 
goniphorus, Poecilocapsus, 11:284. 
Gonoptera libatrix, see Scoliopteryx. 
Goodenough, Mrs F. L., insects 

from, 13:374*. 
Goodman, C. F., insects from, 11: 

288. 
Goodwin, F. F., insects from, 7:382; 

8:299. 

Gooseberry, insects injurious to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:207, 

224. 

Dakruma convolutella, 2:10. 
Diastictis ribearia (syn. Eu- 

fltchia), 12:311, 360. 
Lycia cognataria (syn. Amphi- 

dasys), 2:101. 
Otiorhynchus tenebricosus, 2: 

52. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277; 

5:274. 
Systena frontalis, 9:297, 343, 

422; 14:383 9 . 
Zophodia grossulariae (syn. 

Pempelia), 8:294; 14:317'. 
wild, Mytilaspis pomorum on, 

11:202. 

Gooseberry blight, 4:185. 
Gooseberry fruit worm, 2:10; 8: 
294. 



Gooseberry saw fly, 3:88. 
Gooseberry span worm, 12:310-11. 
Gooseberry worm, remedy for, 5: 

156. 

Gonliaceae, 4:125-27; 8:290. 
Gordius (hair worm), 2:230; 8:290; 
9:298; 14:333 8 . 

linearis, 4:125. 

longolobatus, 4:125. 

robustus, 4:125. 

varins, 4:125. 

gonlius. Sphinx, 1:327; 11:264. 
Gortyna, 1:115, 305; 9:447. 

catnphracta, see Hydroecia. 

tlavago, 1:115. 

immanis, see Hydroecia. 

nebris, see Hydroecia nitela. 

nictitans, see Hydroecia. 

nitela, see Hydroeeia. 

purpuripennis, see Hydroecia 
u -album. 

rutila, see Hydroecia. 

sera, see Hydroecia velata. 

stramentosa, see Hydroecia. 
Gossard, H. A., cited, 11:152, 155; 

13:353 3 . I 

Gosse, P. H., cited, 7:225. 
Gossyparia ulmi, bibliography, 12: 
292-93; description, 12:295-96; 
distribution, 12:294; figured, 12: 

293. 296, plate 12, fig. 2-5; his- 
tory, 12:293-94; in Albany and 
vicinity, 12:261-62, 317-18; intro- 
duced from Europe, 12:293: life 
history, 12:296-97; means of dis- 
tribution, 12:297; natural ene- 
mies, 12:298; ravages of, 12:293, 

294, 295, 317, 318; reference, 6: 
189; 10:519; 11:280, 287; 12:356, 
363; 14:389 8 , 395 2 , 399 7 ; remedies, 
12:298. 

gossypii, Aphis (syn. A. cucumeris), 
5:306, 326; 8:210, 283; 10:497; 11: 
168; 14:355 9 , 371 5 . 382 8 . 
Goureaux, cited, 4:73. 
"Gout" in wheat and barley, 1:125. 
Gouty gall beetle, 10:406-7, 516; 

12:352; 14:393 3 . 
gracilaria, Eunemoria, see Syn- 

chlora glaucaria. 
gracilis, Crangonyx, 9:348. 
Graham flour, see Flour, graham. 
Grain, insects injurious to; 

Leucania unipuncta, 12:196, 

353. 

Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Siphonophora a venae), 3: 
112, 150, 154. 

Silvanus surinamensis, 11:267. 
Thrips species, 11:249. 
Grain Aphis, abundance in 1861, 5: 
249; brief notice, 1:313; 2:225; 3: 



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154; detailed account, 5:246-53; 
different names of, 5:250-51; food 
plants, 5:252; forms, 5:247-48; in- 
juries, 5:249-50; 7:217-18, 362; 8: 
222; life history, 3:112-14; 5:251- 
52; method of attack, 5:248-49; 
parasites, 5:253; reference, 1:8, 
314, 316; 3:84; 4:204; 6:103, 167, 
168, 169; 7:331, 335, 360, 383; 8: 
122; 1O:495; 14:317 9 , 331 7 , 340, 
352 2 , 359 s , 360 2 , 361 3 , 362 9 , 365 4 , 
366 1 , 380 9 ; remedies, 3:114; 5:253. 
Grain beetle, 7:280. 
Grain flies, 1:224. 
Grain moth, Angoumois, 1:299; 

10:377-86; 12:351, 393 1 . 
Grain weevil, Calandra, 1:226, 304, 
308, 316; 5:325; 6:107; 7:217, 
362; 8:278; 10:384, 494, 517; 
13:367 6 ; 14:365 9 , 369 3 , 380 s , 
397 5 . 
saw toothed, see Silvanus suri- 

namensis. 

Gramineae, insects injurious to; 
Chloropisca variceps (syn. C. 

prolitica), 4:69. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:205. 
Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Siphonophora avenae), 5:247. 
Oscinidae, 4:68. 

graminis, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia, C. 

cerealisj, 1:311, 321. 
graminum, Drosophila, 1:218. 
granaria, Aphis, see Nectarophora. 
Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 
Calandra (syn. C. remotepunc- 
tata) 1:304, 316; 5:325; 6: 
189; 7:365; 8:278; 9:308; 10: 
517; 12:362; 14:367 5 , 369 4 . 
Nectarophora (syn. Aphis, A. 
cerealis, A. hordei, A. avenae, 
Siphonophora, S. avenae), 1: 
313, 316; 2:225; 3:112-14, 150, 
154; 5:246-53; 6:167; 7:217-18; 
8:222, 295; 14:317 T , 317 9 , 318% 
325 1 , 331 7 , 345 9 , 346 9 , 352 2 , 359 s , 
360 2 , 361 s , 362 9 , 365 4 , 371 2 , 380 9 . 
See also Grain Aphis. 
Siphonophora, see Nectarophora. 
granarius, Bruchus Linn., see B. 

rufimanus Bohem. 
Oscinis, 1:225. 
grande, Isosoma (syn. I. tritici 

Riley), 4:30, 32. 

grandis, Anna, see Podisus cynicus. 
Hadena, see Mamestra. 
Lebia, see Lebia grandis. 
Mamestra, 5:210-13; 10:482; 

14:369 7 . 

granella, Alucita, see Sitotroga ce- 
realella. 



granella, Oecophora, see Sitotroga 

cerealella. 
Tinea, see Sitotroga cerealella, 

1:299. 
granellus, Ypsolophus, see Sitotroga 

cerealella. 

Grange visitor cited, 7:256. 
grantii, Dynastes, 5:227; 8:252. . <-. 
granulata, Tettix, 2:197. 
granulatus, Anametis (syn. A. 

grisea), 11:269. 
Grape berry moth, 9:364. 
Grape curculio, 8:286, 299; 9:364. 

365; 10:498; 14:372 8 , 383 7 . 
Grape leaf folder, 1:86. 
Grape leaf galls, 1 :321. 
Grape seed fly, 4:33, 7:373, 374; 8: 

292; 14:316 3 , 316 8 , 320 s , 321 2 . 
Grapevine, insects injurious to; 
Acutalis dorsalis, 9:392, 410. 
Alypia octomaculata, 5:179, 300; 

14:353 3 . 

Ampelophaga myron (syn. Dar- 
apsa), 4:201, 202; 5:174; 7: 
381; 8:187, 295; 14:317 5 
Amphicerus bicaudatus, 2:126. 
Anomala binotata, 10:413. 

lucicola, 1:307; 5:305; 10: 

409; 14:355 2 . 
marginata, 10:411-13, 491; 

14:379 5 . 

minuta, 10:413. 
undulata, 10:413. 
Aphis species, 5:162; 7:369. 
Aphrophora quadrinotata, 5 : 

245; 9:392. 
signoreti, 5:245. 
Cecidomyia species, 1:322. 
Chauliognathus pennsylvani- 

cus, 9:344, 463. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:172. 
Colaspis brunnea, 1:321; 6:183. 
Craponius inaequalis, 8:286, 

299; 9:364. 
Drosophila ampelophila, 1:217; 

11:285. 

Enchenopa binotata, 1 :287. 
Euthisanotia grata (syn. Eu- 

dryas), 5:179. 

Evoxysoma vitis (syn. Isosoma), 
2:32; 4:33; 7:374; 8:292; 14: 
316'. 

Haltica chalybea (syn. Grapto- 
dera), 1:307; 3:85; 4:101; 6: 
188; 7:333, 353; 8:297. 
Harrisina americana (syn. 
Procris), 2:231; 7:379; 14: 
323*, 323 T , 334 1 . 
Icerya purchasi. 4:187. 
Lasioptera vitls, 4:64, 67; 5:303, 

304; 7:376, 382; 14:320 9 , 354. 
Lecanium species, 8:215. 



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477 



Grapevine, insects injurious to; 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 10:433. 
Leptoglossus oppositus, 3:141, 

153. 

Limonlus agonus, 1 1 :285. 
Lioderma ligata, 4:25. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 
229, 307; 2:66; 4:142, 199; 5: 
154; 8:200. 

Murgantia histrionica, 1;265. 
Oecanthus fasciatus, 5:310. 
latipennis, 5:311; 14:337 4 . 
niveus, 5:302; 11:288. 
Otiocerus coquebertii, 9:386. 
Oxyptilus periscelidactylus, 8: 

297; 12:219. 
Pelidnota punctata, 1:307; 11: 

286. 
Peridroma srmcia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:205. 

Phylloxera vitifoliae, 1:4, 47; 2: 
21, 35. 36; 7:371; 8:264; 9:347; 
14:319". 

Plant lice, 13:368 T . 
Polycaon confertus, 2:132. 
Prionus laticollis, 4:22. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis (P. 
vitis in error), 2:22; 3:146; 5- 
326; 6:141; 7:376; 8:110, 177, 
178. 216; 11:204; 14:322 4 , 344 s . 
Samia cecropia (syn. Attacus), 

12:355. 

Spilosoma virginica, 1:317. 
Stelidota geminata, 11:285. 
Systena frontalis, 4:156. 
Thyreus abbotii, 5:306; 10:502- 

14:355, 385*. 

Typhlocyba comes var. vitis 
(syn. Erythroneura vitis, 
T. vitis), 2:30; 5:302; 7: 
345; 8:257; 9:403, 430; 12: 
363. 

vnlnerata (syn. Erythro- 
neura), 9:402. 
white grubs, 9:354. 
Grapevine bark louse. 5:326; 11:204. 
Grapevine beotle, 3:85; 5:229. 

light loving, 5:305; 10:408-10; 

12:352; 14:393 S . 

spotted, see Pelidnota punctata. 
Grapevine caterpillar, pyramidal, 

11:266. 

''rapevine coccus, 7:370. 
Grapevine Colaspis. 14:329 7 . 
Grapevine flea beetle. 1:59, 244, 307, 
317; 4:96; 7:332, 353, 357, 361; 11: 
269, 286; 14:365 T . 
(Jrapevine hog caterpillar, 8:294. 
Grapevine leaf hopper, 4:199; 8:287; 

9:430; 14:349 8 , 373 2 . 
Grapevine Phylloxera, 9:347; 10:362, 
498; 14:383 4 ; Riley's studies on, 1: 



Grapevine scale Insect, 3:146; 8:215 

216; 10:497. 
Grapevine Sphinx, 5:174, 179; 7:364, 

381; 14:362, 366". 
Grapevine " Thrips," 8, 116, 253. 
Grapevine Tortrix, 1:56. 
Grapholitha distema, see G. Inter- 

stinctana. 

interstinctana, bibliography, 
11:252; broods, number of, 
11:154-55; distribution, 11: 
155; imago described, 11:154; 
infesting clover, 11:152-53; 
larva described, 11:153; life 
history and habits, 11:154; 
mammoth clover not at- 
tacked, 11:155; parasites, 11: 
157; preventives, 11:155-56; 
pupa described, 11:153; ref- 
erence, 10:496, 510; 12:357; 
14,:381 4 , 395 8 . 
packardi (rose twig borer), 1: 

57. 

prnnivora, 1:329; 11:266. 
Grapta, 2:214; 5:285; 10:508; 12: 

307. 

black winged, 9:446. 
Grapta c-aureum, see Polygonia 

interrogationis. 
comma, see Polygonia. 
comma, form dryas, see Poly- 
gonia. 

faunus, see Polygonia. 
interrogationis, see Polygonia. 
j-album, see Eugonia. 
progne, see Polygonia. 
satyrus, see Polygonia. 
umbrosa, see Polygonia inter- 
rogationis var. 

Graptodera chalybea, see Haltica. 
Grass, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Allorhina nitida, 5:320. 
Athysanus curtisil (syn. Ambly- 

cephalus), 9:401, 410. 
Blissus leucopterus, 2:149, 233; 

7:331. 

Bryobia pratensis (syn. Trom- 
bidium bicolor), 3:128; 6: 
161. 

Camnula pellucida, 10:443. 
Cebrio bicolor, 3:101; 7:371. 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:14. 
Chloropisca variceps (syn. C. 

prolifica), 7:216. 
Chortophaga viridifasciata, 9: 

331, 333, 439; 10:443. 
Circotettix verruculatus, 10: 

443. 
Orambus trisectus (syn. C. 

exsiccatus), 6:181. 
vulgivagellus, 1 :99, 127, 
144; 2:2; 6:182. 



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Grass, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Deltocephalus inimicus (syn. 
Amblycephalus), 9:401, 
410. 

melsheimerii (syn. Ambly- 
cephalus), 9:401, 410. 
sayii (syn. Amblycephalus), 

9:401, 410. 
Diedrocephala mollipes (syn. 

Aulacizes), 9:396, 410. 
noveboracensis (syn. Au- 
lacizes), 9:396, 410. 
Dissosteira Carolina, 10:443. 
Helochara communis, 9:396. 
Hydroecia cataphracta (syn. 

Gortyna), 10:374. 
Lachnosterna fusca, 1:54, 01; 

2:3, 224; 5:154; 6:183; 8:175. 
Lepyronia quadrangularis (syn. 

Aphrophora). 5:245. 
Leucania albilinea, 10:490. 

unipuncta, 1:33; 6:176; 12: 

198, 353. 
Limothrips poaptiagus, 5:153, 

304. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229. 

Melanoplus atlanis, 10:442, 496. 
femoratus, 10:443, 496. 
femur-rubrum, 8:294; 9: 

297; 10:442. 

Meromyza americana, 3:96. 
mite, 4:204. 

Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Siphonophora avenae), 5:251, 
252. 

Nephelodes minians var. vio- 
lans (syn. N. violans), 1:99; 
4:57;- 6:180; 8:235. 
Noctua fennica (syn. Agrotis), 

8:235. 

Oscinidae, 3:96, 147. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 
tis), 5:202. 

Ptyelus lineatus, 4:120; 7:383. 
Pyralis costalis, 10:487. 
Sphenophorus sculptilis, 1:259. 
Tettigonia bifida, 9:395. 
Thrips, 3:98; 5:153, 304; 11:249, 

250. 

white grubs, 13:366 4 . 
Grass burrowing beetle (Cebrio), 3: 

100-1; 4:204. 
Grass infesting mite, 3:128-30; 4: 

204. 
Grasshopper, Eastern, '8 :294. 

red legged, 1:7, 332; 2:189; 6: 

151; 9:332, 392; 10:440, 441. 
Grasshoppers, blister beetle larva 
preying on eggs of, 6:134; classi- 
fication, 1:79; 4:190; depredations, 
1:304; 9:297; 10:439-43; early ap- 



pearance of, 9:298, 439; hiberna- 
tion of, 2:196-97; Mermis para- 
sitic on, 4:126; midwinter appear- 
ance, 2:3-4, 188, 223; mite par- 
asitic on, 8:179-80; plague of, in 
N. Y., 10:439-45, 496, 505; 12:352; 
reference, 4:159; 9:350: 12:307; 
remedies, 1:25, 50; 2:34; 10:444- 
45; species treated of, 2:188-98; 6: 
151-53; 9:330-34; 10: 439-45: 
studies of (reference), 4:165, 178; 
13:366 7 ; 14:38P, 393 2 , 397 2 . 
grata, Bombyx, see Euthisanotia. 
Chloropisca, 4:71. 
Eudryas, see Euthisanotia. 
Euthisanotia (syn. Bombyx, Eu- 
dryas), 1:33; 5:179-83; 6:177; 
8:109, 170; 10:481, 497; 14: 
313 2 , 326 4 , 362 6 , 382 6 . 
grataria, Haematopis, 10:483, 519. 
Graves, Mrs H. D., insects from, 
7:382; 8:297, 300; 9:463; 10:510, 
511; 11:197, 286; 12:359; 13:372 4 . 
Grayles, Thomas, insects from, 10: 

512. 

Greedy scale, 11:271. 
Greene, M. N., insects from, 11:286. 
Greenhouse gnat, 10:496. 
Greenhouse Sciara, 10:397-99; 12: 

351; 14:393 2 . 
Green's fruit grower cited, 8:289; 14: 

347 7 . 

Gregorson, D., cited, 11:232. 
Gridley, Sylvester, insects from, 10: 

512. 
Griffen, Charles, insects from, 13: 

373 4 . 

Griffith, H. G., cited, 4:80. 
grisea, Anametis, see A. grauulatus. 
Gonatista (syn. Mantis phry- 

ganoides), 4:162. 
griseola, Leucopis, 11:164. 
griseus, Benacus, 7:383; 11:287. 
grossulariae, Pempelia, see Zopho- 

dia. 
Pristiphora, see Gymnonychus 

appendiculatus. 
Zophodia (syn. Pempelia), 2:10; 

8:294; 14:317 2 . 

Grote, A. R., cited, 1:81, 87, 116. 
127, 149; 2:89; 5:174, 192, 201, 
207, 210; 11:138, 142, 146, 152; 
quoted, 11:154; Check list of the 
Noctuidae of America north of 
Mexico cited, 8:292; 14 :3QT, 315 T ; 
New check list of North American 
moths cited, 1:81; 2:57; 4:57; 5: 
207; 11:127, 134, 138, 142. 
Ground beetles, 1:40; 8:237; 10: 

493; 12:236, 353; 14:380\ 
Ground bird feeding on Cicada, 12: 
289. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



479 



Ground hogs feeding on Cicada pu- 
pae, 12:288. 
Ground nuts, Tribolium femigi- 

neum infesting, 2:139. 
Grove, E. S., insects from, 4:207. 
Gryllotalpa, 1:69. 

borealis, 2:2:33; 6:149-51; 10: 

.->!!>; 12:363; 14:335S 368 2 . 
Columbia (syn. G. longipennis), 

5:.",l>0; 6:151. 

longipennis, see G. Columbia, 
vulgaris, 4:180; 6:151. 
Gryllus abbreviatus, 8:179. 
hyemalis, see Boreus. 
luctuosus, 8:110, 179, 300; 10: 

497; 14:382 2 . 

grynea, Catocala (syn. C. polygama), 
1:328; 8:292; 11:121, 266; 14:316 2 . 
Guen6e, Achille, cited, 5:210; 
quoted, 11:137; referred to, 11: 
132; Histoire naturelle des insectes 
Lepidvpteres, cited, 1:99, 110 
116; 2:97; 4:57; 5:200, 206, 210; 8: 
129; 11:126, 134, 142, 145; Noc- 
tiianim Europaerum index method- 
icus, cited, 5:210; Species General 
des Lcpidoptcres, reference, 14: 
311". 

Guerin-Meneville, F. E., cited, 11: 
240; Iconographie du regne animal 
cited, 10:414. 
Guest-beetle, 5:173. 
Guilding, L., cited, 11:240. 
guttata, Coptocycla, see C. signifera. 

Smilia, 9:389. 
guttatus, Julus, 10:449. 
guttivitta, Cecrita (syn. Hetero- 

campa), 11:265. 
Heterocampa, see Cecrita. 
Guyer, H., insects from, 10:509. 
Gyllenhal, Leonard, cited, 2:140. 
Gymnonychus appendiculatus (.syn. 

Pristiphora grossulariae), 2:5, 
Gymiiosporangium clavipes (Roes- 
telia aurantiaca aecidial 
form), 2:12; 6:181; 14:328 5 , 
341 4 . 

macropus, 14:328 8 . 
Gypona flavilineata, 9:397, 410. 
scarlatina, 9:397. 
striata, 9:410. 

Gypsy moth, 7:302-4, 335-37, 357; 9: 
422-26; 10:369-72, 485, 505; 11:180, 
227, 264, 278; 12:193, 311, 351; 13: 
369 2 ; 14:363 8 , 374 7 , 377 5 , 386 8 , 392 5 , 
392 9 , 398 2 ; Commission, work of, 
9:422-26; 10:369-72. 

Habrosyne scripta, 1:340. 
Hackberry, American, Pachypsylla 
celtidis-mamma on, 3:141. 



lludena, 1:58, 106; 8:231. 
adjuncta, see Mamestra. 
adusta, of Europe, 4:127. 
arctica, see Xylophasia. 
devastatrix, see Xylophasia. 
finitima, see Xylophasia. 
fractilinea, 10:482. 
grandis, see Mamestra. 
lateritia, see Xylophasia. 
lignicolor, see Xylophasia. 
passer, see Luperina. 
species, 11:284. 
subjuncta, see Mamestra. 
turbulenta, 10:509. 
verbascoides, see Xylophasia. 
Hadrobregmus foveatus, 4:20, 22. 
Haematobia cornicola, see H. ser- 

rata. 

serrata (syn. H. cornicola), de- 
tailed account, 5:22;)-27; 7: 
332-34; 8:192-96; distribu- 
tion, 5:226; 9:296; European 
bibliography, 5 :223 ; habits, 5 : 
220-22, 225; 7:333; identical 
with European species, 5:222, 
310; injury to cattle, 5:225-26; 
7:333; 8:193, 195-96; intro- 
duction, 5:223; life history, 5: 
224-25; preventives, 5:325; 6: 
169; reference, 5:325; 8:126, 
194, 297; 9:444, 462; 13:364", 
365 8 ; 14:355, 356", 356 4 , 358", 
361 4 , 362 s , 372 8 , 375 6 , 376 8 , 376", 
396 3 , 396 8 ; remedies, 5:226-27; 
9T142. 

Haematopinus eurysternus, 1:48. 
piliferus, 1:48. 
suis, see H. urius. 
urius (syn. H. suis), 1:48. 
vituli, 1:48. 

Ilaematopis grataria, 10:483, 519. 
liaemorrhoidalis, Heliothrips, 1:332; 

2:36; 11:271. 
Hag moth (Phobetron), 1:328; 11: 

264, 285. 

caterpillar of, 3:227; 5:183-92, 
306; 9:443; 14:332 7 , 362, 
376 2 . 

green, 1:328; 11:264. 
Hagen, H. A., cited, 1:201; 2:136, 
198, 203; 4:93, 103, 121, 123; 5:164; 
7:279; 8:155, 159; 9:300; 10:388; 
11:234, 240, 248; 12:298; 13:344 ; 
quoted, 2:138; 12:299; referred to, 
11:234; Bcitrdge zur kenntniss der 
Plri/f/nnidin cited, 12:298; Synop- 
sis of the Neuroptera of North 
America cited. 2:198. 203; 4:121; 8: 
155, 159; 10:477; 11:234, 240; 12: 
298. 

Hahn, C. W., Wanzenartigen Imecten 
cited, 1:264; 2:144. 



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Hailes, William, insects from, 12: 

225. 
Hair snake or worm, 2:230; 4:125- 

27; 9:298; 14:333", 357 8 . 
Hair streak, banded, 11:264. 
Hair worms, see Hair snake. 
Haldeman, S. S., cited, 5:231; 8:159. 
Halisidota, 10:466. 

caryae, 1:328; 6:187; 7:355; 8: 
296; 9:455; 11:264; 13:369 T ; 
14:313% 398 4 . 
maculata, 1:328; 11:264. 
tessellaris, 5:308; 10:481; 14: 

356 s . 

Hall, A. P., insects from, 13:371 5 . 
Hall, James, insects from, 10:516. 
Hall, J. W., insects from, 5:325; 10: 

517. 

Hallett & Son, insects from, 4:205. 
Haltica alni, see H. bimarginata. 
bimarginata (syn. H. alni), 4: 

96-101; 5:170; 14:357 4 . 
chalybea (syn. Graptodera), 1: 
59, 244, 307, 317; 3:85; 4:96; 
6:188, 189; 7:332, 353, 361; 8: 
298; 11:269, 286; 14:365 T . 
foliacea, 11:269. 
punctipennis, 11:269. 
striolata, see Phyllotreta vittata. 
Haltichella perpulchra, 12:210. 
Halticini, 4:102; 10:416. 
Ham or cheese mite, 3:151; 13:364 9 ; 

14:346 2 . 
Ham skipper, 12:229-34; 14:399 5 . 

See also Piophila casei. 
hamamelidis, Brysocrypta, see Hor- 

maphis. 
Hormaphis (syn. Brysocrypta), 

9:409, 411, 412. 

hamamelis, Acronycta, 10:482. 
Hamamelis virginica, see Witch 

hazel. 

hamellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Hamilton, John, cited, 4:103; 7:247, 
256, 280; 9:300; 10:408, 417; 12: 
254, 268; quoted, 12:270; referred 
to, 12:271. ! 
hammondi, Canarsia (syn. Pem- 

pelia), 1:329; 11:266. 
Pempelia, see Canarsia. 
Hams, smoked, Piophila casei in- 
juring, 12:230, 233. 
Hanford, G. R., insects from, 13: 

374 6 . 

Hanson, Henry, insects from, 6:188. 
Haploa confusa (syn. Callimorpha), 

7:219. 
lecontei (syn. Callimorpha), 9: 

455; 11:264; 14:313 5 . 
Hard hack, insects collected from, 

5:284. 

Hardenburg, C. C., insects from, 6: 
189; 10:509. 



Harder, Jacob, Insects from, 12:207. 

Hardin, C. H., insects from, 13: 
371 4 . 

Harding, W. E., insects from, 4: 
206. 

Hargitt, C. W., cited, 7:324. 

Harlequin cabbage bug, absence of 
parasites, 1:268-69; a southern in- 
sect, 1:264-65; description, 1:265- 
66; detailed account, 1:264-71; 9: 
315-17 difficult to destroy, 1:268; 
distribution, 1:266-67; 2:55-56; 6: 
177; 9:315; injuries, 1:267-68; 
natural history, 1:266; reference 
1:39, 195; 2:95, 145, 146; 7:372; 
10:498: 11:280, 287; 12:349, 363; 
14:319 8 , 326*, 336 2 , 375 3 , 383 5 , 389, 
391 8 ; remedies, 1:40, 63, 269-70; 
9:316-17. 

Harmonia picta, 2:186. 
pini, see Parharmonia. 

Harpactor cinctus, see Milyas. 

Harpalus caliginosus, 8:237; 12:209. 
larvae from strawberry roots, 
, 9:462. 
pennsylvanicus, 12:209. 

Harper's new monthly magazine cited, 
12:229. 

Harper's iceekly cited, 7:296. 

Harpiphorus maculatus (syn. Em- 

phytus), 1:42; 13:336 7 . 
varianus, 6:186. 

harpyia, Musca, see M. domestica. 

Harrington, W. H., cited, 1:254; 4: 
35; 5:164; 7:256; 10:417; 12:183, 
193, 238, 243; 13:335*, 338 5 , 341 1 , 
344 1 ; quoted, 13:339 1 ; referred to, 
12:246; 13:338 9 . 

Harriot, M. B., insects from, 5:325. 

Harris, D. F., insects from, 10:511, 
518; 11:170, 285; 12:363. 

Harris, Mrs Ira, insects from, 4: 
208; 5:326. 

Harris, T. W., cited, 1:227; 2:125; 5: 
174; quoted, 12:239, 244, 266-67, 
299; 13:339 5 , 348 s -49 3 ; referred to, 
12:246, 299; 13:339 7 , 345 8 , 354 4 ; 
Catalogue of the animals and plants 
of Massachusetts (1st ed.), 5:192; 
Catalogue of the insects of Massa- 
chusetts cited, 7:225; Entomological 
correspondence, cited, 1:81, 110, 
227; 2:57, 102, 203; 4:27, 51; 5:180, 
183, 192, 206; 9:309; 12:298; In- 
sects injurious to vegetation, 
see following: Insects of Massa- 
chusetts (1st ed.), cited, 1 :172, 194, 
232; 2:68, 132, 168, 188; 5:183, 192, 
231; 7:225; Treatise on the insects 
of New England (26. ed.), cited, 1: 
81, 172, 194, 227, 232, 281; 2:57, 68, 
102, 132, 148, 168, 188; 4:27, 35, 



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481 



114; 5:183, 192, 200, 206, 231, 234; 
7:288; 9:317; Treatise on insects 
(3d ed.), cited, 1:81, 110, 172, 194, 
227, 232, 281; 2:57, 68, 102, 132, 
148, 168; 4:27, 35, 114; 5:183, 192, 
200, 206, 231, 234; 7:225, 288; 9: 
317; 10:408, 477; 11:145, 248; 12; 
183, 229, 237, 243, 264; 13:342 9 , 
351 8 . 
harrisii, Aspidiotus, see Chionaspis 

furfurus. 
Dytiscus, 3:141; 5:325; 10:493, 

510; 14:380 4 . 

Ellema, 9:449, 508; 14:309 9 . 
Harrisimemna trisignata, 12:360. 
Harrisina americana (syn. Procris), 

2:231; 7:379; 14:323 5 , 323 T S34 3 . 
Harrison, W. H., insects from, 10: 

517. 

Harsey, Joseph, insects from, 5:325. 
Hart, W. E., cited, 11:249. 
Hartig, Theodor, cited, 5:164; Die 
Familien der Blattwespen und Holz- 
wespen cited, 5: 164. 
Hart's tongue, Phytomyza flava 

mining, 4:79. 
haruspica, Agrotis, see Noctua. 

Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 10:482. 
Harvard university, course in ento- 
mology at, 12:344. 
Harvest fly, 2:179; 4:202; 12:274; 

14:350*. 

Harvest mites, 5:290; 6:160. 
Harvey, F. L., insects from, 10: 

511. 

harveyi, Leucania, see L. albilinea. 
Haswell, .T. N., insects from, 13: 

374 6 . 

Hawk moths, flight of, 12:202. 
Hawley, C. T., insects from, 12:359. 
Haworth, A. H., Lepidoptera Britan- 

nica cited, 1 :81. 
Haws, wild, Trypeta pomonella 

breeding in, 12:348. 
Hawthorn, insects on or injurious 

to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224, 

287. 

Cecidomyia crataegi, 7:308,364. 
Corythuca arcuata, 4:108. 
Feniseca tarquinius, 5:282. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Saperda Candida, 5:320. 
Tischeria malifoliella, 11:162. 
Trypeta pomonella, 2:118, 121. 
Hawthorn Tingis, 4:108. 
Hay stack moth (Pyralis glaucin- 

alis) 11:148. 

Hayes, H. E., insects from, 5:326. 
Hazel, Phobetron pithecium on, 5: 
187, 192. 



Hazelnuts, Balaninus species feed- 
ing on, 12:269. 

Heal-all, Thrips tabaci on, 11:245. 
Heart's-ease Hydroecia nitela (syn. 

Gortyna) on, 1:112; 8:191. 
Hedera helix, see Ivy. 
Hedges, C. H., insects from, 3:141; 

5:326; referred to, 11:231. 
Heerwurm, 10:390. 
heiligbrodti, Anisota, see Sphingi- 

campa. 
Sphingicampa (syn. Anisota), 5: 

199. 

Heineman, H., ScJimctterlinge Deut- 
sclilands und der Schweiz, cited, 2: 
102. 

Helianthus, Ecpantheria ocularia 
(syn. E. scribonia) feeding on, 
12:189. 
divaricatus, Charidryas nycteis 

(syn. Melitaea) on, 9:448. 
inultiflorus, Phytomyza chry- 
santhemi (P. lateralis in 
error) mining, 4:76. 
helicis, Sarcophaga, 12:210. 
Helicomitus insimulans (syn. Ascal- 

aphus), 11:239. 
Heliconia charitonia, 1:70. 
Heliophila unipuncta, see Leu- 
cania. 

Heliothis armiger, benefit of de- 
stroying first brood, 1:126; 
bibliography, 1:116, 344; boll 
worm of the south, 1:117; 
- carnivorous habits of cater- 
pillar, 1:119-20; description, 
1:11.8; detailed account, 1 :llf>- 
26; food plants, 1:120; geo- 
. graphical distribution, 1:121; 
method of attacking corn, 1: 
122-23; moth a day feeder, 1: 
118-19; occurrence in N. Y., 1: 
124; operations as a " corn- 
worm," 1:121-22; 6:185; 7:216, 
363; reference, 1:8; 2:2, 93; 7: 
382; 13:366; 14:330, 335 7 , 
366 5 , 397 2 ; remedies, 1:125-26. 
species, 11:266. 
umbrosus, see H. armiger. 
Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis, 1:332; 

2:56; 11:271. 
Heliotrope, Plusia rogationis (syn. 

P. dyaus) on, 2:94, 228; 14:333 1 . 
Heliria scalaris (syn. Telamona 

fagi), 9:391, 410. 
Heller, C. B., insects from, 10: 

519. 

Hellgrammite fly, 4:208; 5:326; 7:254; 
8:300; 10:490,501; 11:288; 14:379'. 
385 2 . 

Helochara, Fitch, nov. gen. 1:300. 
communis, 9:396,. 410. 



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Helophilus, vestiture of, 1:212. 
latifrons (H. similis iii error), 
4:200; 7:228-34; 8:287, 297; 9: 
440, 462; 14:349 S , 372 9 , 374 4 . 
similis, 7:230, 233. 
similis, erroneous reference of 

H. latifrons. 
tenax, see Eristalis. 
Helops ruicans, 11:269. 
Helotropha reniformis, 10:482. 
helva, Orthosia, 1:340. 
helxines, Crepidodera, 4:102, 196; 

11:269. 
Hemaris buffaloensis (syn. Sesia), 

9:451; 14:312 2 , 358 s . 
diffinis (syn. Sesia), 9:450-51; 

14:312 2 . 
thysbe (syn. Sesia), 10:507; 14: 

309 s . 

var. ruficaudis (syn. Sesia 
uniformis), 10:494 14: 
380 7 . 

Hemerobiidae, 1:302. 
Henierobius cornutus, see Cory- 

dalis cornuta. 

delicatulus, see Psectra diptera. 
dipterus, see Psectra diptera. 
pectiuicornis, see Chauliodes. 
Henierophila unitaria, see Lytrosis. 
Hemileuca maia, 1:328; 2:40, 75; 3: 
91; 4:52, 195; 5:186; 9:448,456; 11: 
265; 14:311 6 , 313 6 , 347 8 . 
Heuiiptera, catalogue of Homoptera 
of N. Y., 9:381-413; classification, 
1:78-79; 4:167, 190; 8:302; 9:46(5; 
contributions of, 4:203; 5:326; 6: 
189; 7:383-84; 8:299; 9:463-64; 10: 
512, 517-19; 11:287; 12:363; depre- 
dating on the apple tree, list of, 1 : 
331-32; 11:270-71; depredating on 
hemlock, 4:20, 24-25; Heteropter- 
ous, 1:306; 4:181; 10:432; 'hiber- 
nation of, 8:270; Homoptera, 
number in U. S., 4:181; in U. 
S. nat. museum, 1:23; 9:411-13; 
manner of feeding, 8:274; 
mouth parts of, 12:327; pre- 
daceous. 4:85, 133; reference, 1:17, 
227; 9:333; 10:368; 11:106, 248; 
species treated of, 1:264-88, 311; 
2:144-87; 3:107-28; 4:12-13, 107-21; 
5:243-57, 273-81; 6:137-48; 7:317- 
18, 331-32; 8:152-55, 205-20, 253-57; 
9:315-29; 10:420-39; 11:198-233; 
12:272-98; 13:351 4 -57 8 ; spiders 
feeding on, 10:430; studies in, 4: 
10, 165. 
hemipterum, Acridium, see Chorto- 

phaga viridifasciata. 
Hemiteles, 2:79; 5:99. 
laticinctus, 12:211. 
sessilis, 1;86. 
smithii, see ?Cryptus. 
thyridopte,rigis, 1:85. 



Hemlock, insects injurious to; 

Alobates pennsylvanicus (syn. 

Nyctobates), 4:20, 23. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. Eae- 

les), 4:20, 21. 

Callidium species, 4:20, 23. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:17(5; 4:20, 

25. 
Crypturgus pusillus (syn. C. 

atomus), 4:20, 24. 
Dicerca species, 4:20, 22. 
Eupithecia species (Hemlock 

inch worm), 4:20, 21. 
Gelechia abietisella,4:20, 22, 59. 
Hadrobregmus foveatus, 4:20, 

22. 

Hylotrupes bajalus, 4:20, 23. 
Leptura canadensis, 4:20, 23. 
Lioderma ligata, 4:20, 25. 
Melanolophia canadaria (syn. 

' Tephrosia), 4:20, 21. 
Melanoplus spretus (syn. Calop- 

tenus), 4:21, 25. 
Nepytia semiclusaria, (syn. 

Cleora pulchraria), 4:20, 21. 
Olene achatina (syn. Parorygia 

parallela), 1:328; 9:455. 
Orthosoma brunneum, 4:20, 22, 

23. 
pine inch worm, 10-liued, 4:20, 

21. 

Pinipestis zimmerinani, 4:19. 
Pissodes strobi, 4:20, 24; 9: 

345. 

Tephroclystis luteata (syn. Eu- 
pithecia), 4:20, 21. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84; 4:20, 21. 
Tineid, 4:59. 

Tolype laricis, 1:88; 4:20, 21. 
Tortrix fumiferana, 4:20, 22. 
Hemlock leaf miner (? Gelechia abi- 

etisella), 4:59. 

hemorrhoea, Penthimia, 9:397. 
Hemp, corn worm on, 1 :120. 
Henbane, corn worm on, 1:121. 
Henderson, Peter, insects from, 6: 

188. 
Hendricks, James, insects from, 12: 

362. 

henrici, Thecla, see Incisalia irus. 
Henry, John, insects from, 6:187. 
Henshaw, Samuel, cited, 4:128; 5: 
234; 11:178; 12:254; Bibliography 
of the more important contributions 
to American economic entomology 
cited, 13:331 8 ; List of the Coleop- 
tera of America north of Mexico 
cited, 4:93, 101, 103, 155; 5:227. 
232, 234; 9:300; 10:414, 417. Third 
supplement to the list of Coleoptera 
of North America cited, 10:414. 
Hentz, N. M., cited, 1:227; 12:235. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGISTS REPORTS 



483 



hentzii, Chauliognathus, see C. mar- 

ginatus. 

Heodes hypophlaeas (syn. Chryso- 
phanus, C. americanus), 3:108; 4: 
137; 5:285. 
Hepialus, 2:217. 
heracliana, Depressaria, 9:454; 14: 

312 5 . 

Heraclides cresphontes (syn. Papil- 
io), 9:33(5-37, 461; 10:498, 515; 
14:383 7 . 

herbaceus, Melanoplus, 11:272. 
Herbs t, J. F. W., Natur system alter 
bekannten in-und auslandischen In- 
secten cited, 2:136; 7:288. 
herculaneus, Camponotus (syn. 
Formica noveboracensis), 1: 
1 330; 7:377; 10:365, 366, 491; 
, 11:264; 12:181; 14.322 5 , 379*. 
var. pennsylvanicus, Campono- 
tus (syn. Formica pennsyl- 
vanica), 1:02; 10:365; 11:113; 
12:181, 182. 

hercules, Dynastes, 7:249. 
herilis, Agrotis, see Feltia. 

Feltia (syn. Agrotis), 8:300; 10: 

482, 519. 

Hermit Osmoderma, 11: 268. 
heros, Aeschna, see Epiaeschna. 

Epiaeschna (syn. Aeschna), 1: 

322; 12:364. 
Herrick-Schaeffer, G. A. W., Wan- 

zenartigen Insecten cited, 2:164. 
Herrick, E. C., cited, 2:102. 
herrickii, Platygaster, 1:321. 
Herschart, G. H., insects from, 13: 

35S 3 . 

herse, Apatura, see Chlorippe clyton. 
Hershog, A., insects from, 6:189. 
Hesperia lineola, see Thymelicus. 
montivaga (syn. Pyrgus tessel- 

lata), 1:336. 

Hesperid butterfly, 10:502. 
Hesperidae, 1:335, 337, 339; 2:214; 

7:371; 14:318 8 . 

hesperidum, Coccus, erroneous ref- 
erence of Pulvinaria innum- 
erabilis. 
Lecanium, 2:32; 7:370; 10:512; 

11:222, 287; 13:374 7 . 
Hessian fly, detailed accounts by 
Fitch (abstracts), 1:298-99, 321; 
injuries, 5: 263; 9:426; reference, 
1:224, 308, 316; 2:125, 151, 226; 3: 
97; 5:286, 325; 6:176; 7:368; 8:122; 
9:447; 14:311 8 , 317 8 , 325 8 , 332 s , 
363 2 ; remedies, 1:58, 63; 5:264. 
Heterocampa guttivitta, see Cecrita. 
manteo, 11:265. 
marina, see H. unicolor. 
marthesia, see Macrurocampa. 
unicolor (syn. H. marina), 10: 
481. 



Heterocera (moths), dates of collec- 
tion of, 14:311 8 , 312 4 ; life duration 
of, 1:339-41; reference, 9:450, 453, 
456, 461; 10:481-83; 12:352. 
Heterochroa bredowii, var. califor- 
uica (syn. H. calif ornica), 8: 
296. 

californica, sec H. bredowii var. 
Heterogenea flexuosa (syn. H. tex- 

tula), 11:264. 
textula, see H. flexuosa. 
heteromorphus, Tyroglyphus, see 

Tyroglyphus heteromorphus. 
Heteropacha rileyana, 2:40. 
Heterophleps triguttata, 10:483. 
Heteroptera, classification, 1:79; de- 
predating on apple tree, list of, 1 : 
231; 11:270; number of species, 4: 
165, 181; reference, 11:200; spacies 
treated of, 1:264-81; 2:145-48; 4: 
107-14; 156-58; 9:315-17; 10:430-39; 
11:198-99; 13:351 4 -57 S ; studies 
of, 4:10. 
Heteropus ventricosus, 2:110; 6:187, 

190; 10:385-86. 

Hewson, R. C., on injury by chest- 
nut weevils, 12:269. 
hexadactyla, Alucita, 12:221. 
Hexagenia bilineata, 4:124. 
Heyden, C. H. G., cited, 2:116. 
Hibiscus, Aramigus fulleri on, 2: 

143. 
Hickory, insects injurious to; 

A-tnphicerus bicaudatus, 2:126. 
Cacoeeia argyrospila, 7:356. 
Chlamys plicata, 12:362. 
Chrysobothris fernorata, 6:155. 
Cicada septendecirn, 2:176; 12: 

287. 
Cyllene pictus, 2:223; 8:175; 13: 

360 4 . 
Datana integerrima, 12:309. 

species, 4:40. 

Diapheromera femorata, 1:111. 
Halisidota caryae, 7:355. 
Neoclytus erythrocephalus, 12: 

246. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Phylloxera caryaecaulis, 11: 

287. 

depressa, 6:189. 
Schizoneura caryae, 3:125. 
Scolytus icoriae, 4:107. 
Systena marginalis, 4:156. 
Tropaea luna (syn. Actias), 2: 

39. 

Xylotrechus col onus, 4:96, 194. 
pig nut, Elaphidion villosum (syn. 
E. paralleluni), attacking, 12: 
362. 



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Hickory borer, 2:223; 8:175-76; 10: 
497; ISSeO 1 , 373'; 14:331 2 , 382 7 , 
400 2 . 
Hickory nuts, Balaninus species 

feeding on, 12:269. 
Hickory stem gall louse, 11:287. 
Hickory tussock moth, 1:328; 11: 

SQ4; 13:369 T ; 14:398*. 
Hicks, L, cited, 11:177; 12:190. 
Hildreth, S. P., cited, 2:167. 
Hill, A. B., insects from, 8:297. 
Hill, S. B., insects from, 10:511. 
Hill, W. W., insects from, 4:208. 
hilli, Hypocala, 7:375; 14:321 T . 
Hillman, F. H., cited, 12:293; re- 
ferred to, 12:294. 
Himes, F. B., insects from, 9:463. 
Hind, H. Y., Insects injurious to 

wheat crops cited, 1:221. 
Hippiscus tuberculatus (syn. Oedi- 
poda phoenicoptera), 8:300; 9:330. 
Hippoboscidae, 1:79. 
Hippodamia, 6:118. 

convergens, 3:153; 5:249-50, 257; 

7:382; 11:282; 14:390 6 . 
maculata, see Megilla. 
hirticula, Lachnostema, 1:330; 9: 

355; 11:268. 
Hispa, rosy, 1:331 ;12:267. 

suturalis, see Odontota dorsalis. 
Hister, Hypopi on, 11:257. 
histrionica, Murgantia, see Murgan- 

tia histrionica. 
Strachia, see Murgantia. 
Hitchcock, W. C., insects from, 8: 

298, 300; 9:462. 

Hitt, G. R., insects from, 10:502. 
Hive, bee, see Honey bee. 
Hoag, I. W., insects from, 6:187. 
Hoag, J. S., insects from, 10: 513. 
Hoagland, Mrs, insects from, 5:325. 
Hodges, G. C., insects from, 9:464. 
Hoffman, J. B., insects from, 5:326. 
Hogeboom, C. L., insects from, 7: 

384. > 
Holcus, Nectarophora granaria (syn. 

Siphonophora avenae) on, 5:252. 
Holly, E. N., insects from, 3:142; 8: 

297. 

Holly, insects on or injuring; 
Phytomyza obscurella, 4:79. 
Stagmomantis Carolina (syn. 

Mantis), 8:300. 
Holmes, Jerome, insects from, 11: 

286. 

?holosericea, Nyctobora, 13:375 2 . 
Homalomyia, 1:168, 169, 171. 
canicularis, 1:168, 171. 
cilicrura, see H. fuscula. 
floricola, see H. fuscula. 
fuscula (syn. H. cilicrura, H. 
floricola), 1:184. 



Homalomyia prostrata, 1:171. 
scalaris, 1:168, 171. 
tetracantha, 1:171. 
Homaloptera, 1:79. 
Homalota lividipennis, 5:303: 14: 

354 2 . 
Home farm [Augusta, Me.] cited, 5: 

322; 14:341 8 . 
Homohadena atrifasciata, see On- 

cocnemis. 

badistriga, 7:375; 14:321 6 . 
Homoptera, catalogue of N. Y., 1: 
300, (abstract), 323 (reference); 9: 
381-413; 1O:498 (reference); char- 
acters, 1:79; depredating on apple 
tree, 1:331-32; 11:270-71; number 
of species, estimate, 4:181; spe- 
cies treated, 1:281-88; 2:167-87; 3: 
112-28; 4:114-21; 5:243-58; 276-81; 
6:141-48; 7:296-301; 8:152-55; 9: 
317-19; 10:420-30; 11:200-23; 12: 
272-98; studies in, 4:165. 
Homoptera edusa, see H. lunata 

var. 

lunata, 4:57-59; 5:315; 7:375; 
14:321 7 , 338 7 , 357 6 . 
var. edusa (syn. H. edusa), 
4:57, 59; 7:375; 14:321 7 . 
saundersii, see H. lunata. 
Honey, spraying blossoms with 

arsenites affecting, 14:370 a . 
Honey bee fly (Eristalis tenax), 7: 

229. 

Honey bees, arsenical spraying of 
blossoms, effect on, 8:280; 11:117, 
122-24; examined for arsenic, 11: 
118; experiments of Prof. Cook, 
11:118; of Prof. Webster, 11:117- 
18, 122-24; insect enemies, 1:318; 
legislation to protect, 11:119; 
parasites, 10:404. 
Honey bug (Leptocoris trivittatus), 

4:157. 

Honeysuckle, insects injurious to; 
Clastoptera obtusa, 5:244. 
Mamestra picta, 5:209. 
Phytomyza obscurella, 4:79. 
Tartarian, army worm moths 
feeding on fruit, 12:202, 203. 
Honeysuckle saw fly, 3:88. 
Hooker, C. M., insects from, 11: 

205. 

Hoose, J. H., insects from, 7:383. 
Hop, insects injurious to; N 

Ampelophaga myron (syn. 

Darapsa), 5:307. 
Hydroecia immanis (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 2:41; 10:372-73. 
Phorodon humuli (syn. Aphis), 
1:319, 320; 3:84, 112, 115, 148; 
4:12, 197, 199; 6:103, 167; 7: 
331, 335; 8:122, 207-10, 267; 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



485 



9:294, 369; 10:427-28, 429; 12: 

307. 

Rhizobiinae, 4:196, 197. 
Hop tree, insects injurious to; 
Enchenopa binotata, 1:287. 
Heraclides, cresphontes (syn. 

Papilio), 9:337. 

Hop vine aphis, destruction by, 3: 
84, 112, 148; 4:12; 6:103, 167; 10: 
426-27, 429; general account, 1: 
319-20; 3:115-18; 8:207-10; lady 
bug preying on, 3:116, 148; 4:12; 
life history, 8:207-8; reference, 1: 
8, 296; 3:149; 4:197, 199, 204; 5: 
153; 7:331, 335, 345, 357; 8:122; 9: 
294, 369; 10:362, 495, 497, 512; 12: 
307; 14:349 4 , 352 3 , 359 9 , 360 7 , 370 6 , 
380 9 , 382"; remedies and preven- 
tives, 1:319; 3:117; 6:167; 8:209- 
10; when to attack, 8:208; 10:428. 
Hop vine grub (Hydroecia immanis;, 
2:35, 40; 10:372-73; 12:351; 14: 
392 8 . 

Hop vine root aphis, 4:196. 
Hopkins, A. D., cited, 10:388; 12: 

265, 266; quoted, 12:265-66. 
Hopkins, A. D. and Rumsey, W. E., 
cited, 11:127, 135, 147, 178, 250; 
12:193. 

Hopperdozer, 7:338; 10:444. 
horatius, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades, N. 

virgilius), 1:334. 
hordei, Aphis, see Nectarophora 

granaria. 

Eurytoma, see Isosoma. 
Ichneumon, see Isosoma. 
Isosoma (syn. Eurytoma, 
Pteromalus), 1:304, 307; 4: 
11, 27-35, 205; 5:315; 9:458; 
14:314 4 , 357 3 . 
Pteromalus, see Isosoma. 
Hordeum murinum, Nectarophora 
granaria (syn. Siphonophora ave- 
nae) on, 5:252. 
Hormaphis hamamelidis (syn. 

Brysocrypta), 9:409, 411, 412. 
Horn, G. H., cited, 1:228, 254; 
2:136, 142; 5:227, 232; 7:255, 285; 
10:408, 411; 11:197; 12:248, 264, 
268; referred to, 12:267; Galeru- 
cini of boreal North America cited, 
11:197. 

Horn bug, spotted, 2:227; 5:227-31; 
7:246-55; 9:342, 444; 11:274; 14: 
362 s , 376 s . 

Horn fly (Haematobia serrata), de- 
tailed account, 5:220-27; 7:332 33; 
8:192-96; distribution, 5:226, 307; 
9:296, 442; identification of, 5: 
222-23, 310; injury to cattle, 5:225- 
26; 7:333; 8:193-96; 9:144; intro- 



duction, 5:220, 223; 8:193; 9:296; 
life history and habits, 5:221, 222 
224-25, 306, 308; reference, 5:325; 
8:126, 286; 10:497; 13:364 6 ; 14- 
356 2 , 372, 375, 376 5 , 376 8 , 382 4 , 
396 7 ; remedies, 5:226-27; 6-169- 8- 
194, 196; 9:442. 

Horn tail, 2:226; 4:38, 95; 5:311; 6- 
171; 11:279; 13 .-339 s , 341 3 ; 14:332', 
336 9 , 361 9 , 389, 398 6 . 
Home, Mrs M. E., insects from, 13: 

375". 

Horned Corydalis, 8:159-62; 10:497. 
Hornet, bald faced or white faced, 

1:330; 5:285^ 7:229; 11:264. 
Hornets, 1:78, 168; 4:190. 
horridus, Acarus, see Tyroglyphus 

longior. 
Horse chestnut, insects injurious 

to; 
Lycia cognataria (syn. Amphi- 

dasys), 2:101. 

Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 
Orygia), 1:33, 64, 98; 2:69, 76, 
77; 4:50; 6:107; 7:216; 9:295, 
437; 11:124. 
Zeuzera pyrina, 9:426. 
Horse flies, 6:116; 14:366 8 . 
Horseradish, Nysius angtistatus on, 

5:321. 
Horseweed, Hydroecia nitela (syn. 

Gortyna nebris) on, 1:115. 
hortensis, Julus, see J. caeruleocinc- 

tus. 

Smynthurus, 1:322; 2:207. 
hortulanus, Bibio, 2:112. 
Hoskins, T. H., cited, 11:250. 
Houck, J. H., insects from, 6:187; 

12:362. 

Hough, R. B., insects from, 10:518. 
HougJiton farm cited, 4:103. 
House fly, common; 8:265, 275; 9: 
310, 313, 375; fungus on, 2: 
179; 6:168; 7:316; 14:360 S ; 
Hypopi on, 11:237; reference, 
1:62; 4:167; 6:168; 8:265; 9: 
310, 313; 10:475; 12:307, 337, 
338; 13:370 S ; Trombidium 
muscarum on, 7:384; 14:367 4 . 
lesser, 1:111. 
House plants infested by white 

scale, 11:203. 
Household centipede, 9:440; 14: 

374 8 . 

Hover flies, 7:229; 10:377. 
Hovey's magazine of horticulture 

cited, 11:248. 

Howard, C. M., insects from, 7:382. 

Howard, L. O.. cited. 2:90; 4:80: 5: 

220; 7:247, 296; 10:378; 11:133, 



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167, 178, 202, 210, 223, 226, 232, 
233, 249, 256; 12:183, 192, 230,231, 
248, 254, 263, 264, 292, 317, 321, 
335; 13:344 2 , 344 9 , 352 9 ; on Lint- 
ner's work, 14:304; on San Jose 
scale, 11:210, 223, 229, 231; re- 
ferred to, 11:202; 12:182, 205,207, 
232, 255, 261, 267. 

Howard, L. O. and Maria tt, C. L., 
cited, 11:233. 

Ho well, G. R., insects from, 10: 
515; 11:285; 12:361; 13:373 3 . 

Hoysradt, L. H., insects from, 12: 
360. 

Hoyt, A. G., insects from, 8:299. 

Hoyt, C. R., insects from, 6:189. 

Hoyt, J. K., cited, 10:411. 

Hubbard, H. G., cited, 10:405; 12: 
191, 243; Insects affecting the 
orange cited, 4:51, 115, 159; 5:184; 
11:249; 14:344 2 . 

Hubbard, S. H., insects from, 4: 
208. 

Hiibner, Jacob, Sammlnng Europdi- 
schen Schmetterttnge. Noctua cited, 
1:116; 5:200; Verzeichniss bekann- 
tcr Schmetterlinge cited. 5:174, 192, 
200; 7:225; Zntrage znr Sammlung 
c.roti8cher Schmetterlinge cited, 5: 
174, 180. 

hudsonias, Systena, 13:373 9 . 

Huested, S. B., insects from, 5:326. 

Hulst, G. D., cited, 2:57; 4:20; 8: 
129; 12:192: 253; 13:343 7 ; refer- 
ence, 13:345 9 . 

humeralis, Purpuricenus, 1:297. 

liumicola, Achorutes (syn. Podura), 

2:205, 244. 
Podura, see Achorutes. 

Humming bird moths, 5:309; 10: 
494; 11:280; 14:380 T . 

Humphreys, H. W. N., Genera of 
British moths popularly described 
and illustrated cited, 11:145. 

humuli, Aphis, see Phorodon. 
Hypena, 7:375; 14:321 9 . 
Phorodon, see Phovodon humuli. 

Hungarian grass, Blissus leucop- 
terus on, 13:361 7 . 

hungaricus, Ascalaphus (syn. A. 
macaronius), 11:239, 240. 

Hunt, H. C., insects from, 3:140. 

Hunt, T. F., cited, 4:80, 155; 10:378; 
11:109. 

Hunter weevil, 1:254, 256, 301, 305, 
310, 313, 318. 

huntera, Pyrameis, see Vanessa. 
Vanessa (syn. Pyrameis), 10: 
507; 14:309 5 . 

Hunting. . insects from, 10:512. 

Huntington, David, insects from, 5: 
325. 



Husbandman [Elmira, N. Y.] cited, 
1:127, 149, 247; 3:153; 5:317; 6: 
182; 14:329*, 339 e , 346 8 . 
Hyacinth, cut worms injuring, 8: 

236. 
hyalina, Tingis, see Corythuca cili- 

ata. 
hyalinata, Eudioptis, see Marga- 

ronia. 
Margaronia, see Margaronia 

hyalinata. 

Phacellura, see Margarouia. 
Phakellura, see Margaronia. 
Phalaena, see Margaronia. 
Pyralis, see Margaronia. 
hyalinatalis, Phacellura, see Marga- 
ronia hyalinata. 
hyalipennis, Sciara, 5:265. 
Hyatt, Alpheus, and Arms, J. M., 
Guides for science teaching cited, 
10:478; 11:241, 250. 
Hybernia defoliaria, 11:266. 

tiliaria, see Erannis. 
Hydrachnidae, 5:290. 
Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna), 1:115, 305; 

9:447; 14311*. 

cataphracta (syn. Gortyna), 1: 
115; 10:373-76, 509; 11:284; 
12:351; 14:392 9 . 

immanis (syn. Gortyna), 1:115; 
2:35, 41; 10:372-73; 12:351; 
14:392*. 
nictitans (syn. Gortyna), 1:115, 

340; 10:482. 

nitela (syn. Gortyna, G. nebris), 
8:192; 14:322 7 ; account of, 1: 
110-16; 8:191-92; characteris- 
tics of its family, 1:113; dep- 
redations, 1:112; 2:226; 3: 
135-36, 148, 149-50; 5:304; 6: 
168, 176; 7:377; 8:191-92; 10: 
374; description of stages, 1: 
113-14; food plants, 1:112; 8: 
191; natural history, 1:114 ; ref- 
erence. 1:305; 3:140; 5:324; 8: 
112; 10:376, 497, 509; 14:326 l , 
326 3 , 332 s , 335 7 . 345 3 , 345 8 , 354 , 
360 6 , 382*; remedies, 1:115-16; 
species allied, 1:115. 
rutila (syn. Gortyna), 1:115. 
stramentosa (syn. Gortyna), 1: 

115. 
u-album (syn. Gortyna purpuri- 

pennis), 1:115. 
velata (syn. H. sera, Gortyna 

sera), 1:115, 340; 10:482. 
Hydrophilidae, 4:182. 
Hydrophilus triangularis, 6:188; 8: 

298. 
hyemalis, Anopheles, see A. puncti- 

pennis. 
Boreus, 2:236. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST S REPORTS 



487 



hyemalis, Culex,see Anopheles punc- 

tipennis. 

Gryllus, see Boreus. 
Panorpa, see Boreus. 
Trichocera, 2:243. 
Hylastes trifolii (syn. Hylastinus 
obscurns, Hylesinus), 1:8, 54, 247; 
6:178; 7:335, 378; 14:323 8 , 326 9 . 
Hylastinus obscurus, see Hylastes 

trifolii. 
Hylemyia antiqua, 1:180, 202. 

antiqua (syn. Anthomyia), 1: 

171, 179, 180, 202. 
deceptiva, see Phorbia fusci- 

ceps. 

similis, see Anthomyia. 
species, 1:171, 180, 202. 
tarsata, 1:171. 
Hylesinus opaculus, 4:144, 145; 7: 

352; 9:367; 14:350 2 , 357 9 . 
trifolii, see Hylastes. 
hyllus, Dynastes, 7:249, 250. 
Hylotoma pectoralis, 12:359. 
.Hylotrupes bajulus, 4:20, 23. 
Hylurgops, 2:55. 
Hylurgus rufipennis, see Dendroc- 

tonus. 

Hymenopsyche coniferarum, see 
Thyridopteryx epheineraeformis. 
Hymenoptera, classification, 1:78; 
4:167, 190; 8:300; contributions of, 
3:140; 4:205; 5:324; 6:186; 8:296; 
9:461; 10:509, 515; 11:284; 12:359; 
delayed pupation in, 1:138; depre- 
dating on apple tree, list of, 
1:330; 11:264; Gordius a parasite 
of, 4:126; number of species, 4: 
165, 181; oviposition of, 1:74; 
parasitic, 1:110, 187; pyrethrum 
affecting readily, 1:40; reference, 
1:161; 4:48; 10:360, 403, 475; 
sense organs of, 4: 180; sexual 
characters in, 1:172; species 
treated, 2:217-21; 4:27-46; 5:164- 
73; 6:109-11; 7:223-24; 8:163-69; 9: 
335-36, 431; 10:365-69; 11:109-24; 
12:181-82; 13:325-42"; studies 
in, 1:19; 4:10. 
Hymenorus obscurus, 1:331; 2:226; 

6:129; 11:269; 14:332 8 , 367 9 . 

Hyoscyamus niger, see Henbane. 

Hypena erectalis, see H. scabra. 

humuli, 7:375; 14::VJ1". 

scabra (syn. H. erectalis), 9:454; 

14:312 5 . 
Hypera, 1:248. 

rumicis, see Phytonomus. 
hyperborea, Platarctia (syn. P. par- 

thenos), 9:452; 14:312 8 . 
Hyperchiria io, see Automeris. 

varia, see Automeris io. 
Hypericum, Homoptera lunata on, 
4:58. 



Hyperplatys maculatus, 1:331; 6*. 

188; 11:269. 
Hyphantria cunea, 1:57, 306, 328; 2: 

83; 3:93; 9:295, 422; 11:264. 
punctata, see H. cunea. 
species, 11:264. 
textor, see H. cunea. 
Hypocala hilli, 7:375; 14:321 7 . 
Hypoderma bonassi, see H. lineata. 
bovis, erroneous reference of 

H. lineata. 

bovis (syn. Oestrus), of Europe, 
6:111-14; 13:364 5 ; 14:349 3 . 
367 T , 396 3 . 

lineata (syn. H. bonassi, H. 

bovis in error), 1:299; 6:111- 

12, 114-15; 13:364 6 ; 14:349 8 , 

367 7 , 396 8 . 

hypophlaeas, Chrysophanus, see 

Heodes. 

Heodes (syn. Chrysophanus, C. 
americanus), 3:108; 4:137; 5: 
285. 

Hypoprepia fucosa, 12:360. 
Hypopus, 11:256, 257, 258. 
Hypothenemus dissimilis, 11:270. 
erectus, 11:270. 
eruditus, 11:270. 
Hyppa xylinoides, 4:138; 10:482; 

14:357". 

Hypsopygea costalis, see Pyralis. 
Hystricia abrupta, sec Bombylio- 

myia. 

vivTda, see Bombyliomyia ab- 
rupta. 

icelus, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 
335, 336, 337; 6:180; 7:375: 9: 
449; 14:306 S , 311 7 , 321 4 , 327 7 . 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 188; 5:326; 

6:104; 7:340; 8:275; 11:271. 
Icerya scale and parasite, 7:360. 
iceryae, Lestopbouus, 6:105. 
Ichneumon flies, 1:78, 84, 101, 145, 
176, 187, 308. 313; 4:188, 201; 8: 
275; 11:138, 156; 12:21<>. 
Ichneumon caeruleus, 7:228. 
flavizonatus, 12:211. 
liordei, see Isosorna. 
leucaniae, 12:211. 
lunator, see Thalussa. 
signatipes, 7:228. 

Ichneumonidae, attacked by En- 

tomophthora sphaerosperma, 

7:316; beneficial habits of, 4: 

85; 8:275; on flowers, 5:284; 

parasitic -on bag worm, 1:85; 

parasitic on plant lice, 1:302; 

parasitic on red humped ap- 

9 pie tree caterpillar, 3:90; 

* parasitic on vagabond Cram- 



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bus, 1:145; species treated of, 
1:85, 145; 4:35-42; 8:163-66. 
aphidivorous, 5:253. 
Ichthyura inclusa, see Melalopha. 

vau, see Melalopha apicalis. 
icoriae, Scolytus, 4:107. 
Icterus galbula, see Baltimore oriole. 
Idiocerus, 9:396. 

alternatus, 9:399, 410. 
lachryrnalis, 9:398-99. 
rnaculipennis, 9:399. 
pallidus, 9:399. 
suturalis, 9:399. 
verticis (syn. Jassus), 9:410. 
ignota, Monostegia, 9:431. 
Illifjer's Magasin fur Insectenkunde 

cited, 10:387. 
Illinois industrial university, course 

in entomology at, 12:344. 
Illinois state agricultural society, 
Journal cited, 2:139; Transactions 
cited, 2:148; 4:158. 
Illinois state department of agri- 
culture, Transactions cited, 2:148; 
4:158; 7:225; 8:129; 11:146. See 
also Insects of Illinois. 
Illinois state horticultural society, 
Transactions cited, 5:201; 8:129; 
11:126; 13:352*. 

Illinois state laboratory of natural 
history, Bulletin cited, 4:80; 5:207; 
11:233; 12:293. 

Imatisma posticata, see Mallota. 
Imbricated snout beetle, 1:331; 11: 

269. 

imbricator, Eriosoma, see Pemphi- 
gus. 

Pemphigus (syn. Eriosoma, 
Schizoneura), 3:123-26, 142, 
152, 153; 9:408, 411, 412; 12: 
355, 363; 14:346 9 , 352 4 , 394 6 . 
Schizoneura, see Pemphigus, 
imbricatus, Epicaerus, 1:331; 11: 

269. 

imbricornis, Prionus, 1:330; 11:268. 
immaculata, Cistogaster, 12:210. 
immaculatus, Myrmeleon, 7:318, 
384; 9:440; 11:236, 237, 238, 240; 
14:374 7 . 

immanis, Gortyna, see Hydroecia. 
Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna), 1: 
115; 2:35, 41; 10-372-73; 12: 
351; 14:392 8 . 
immunis, Sphenophorus, see S. 

placidus. 
impatiens, Culex, see C. conso- 

brinus. 
imperatoria, Phalaena, see Basilona 

imperialis. 

Imperial moth, 13:342 6 -51 8 ; 14:400 4 . 
See also Basilona imperialis. 



imperialis, Attacus, see Basilona. 
Basilona (syn. Ceratocampa, 
Citheronia, Dryocampa, 

Eacles), 2:232; 4:20, 21; 5: 
324; 9:447, 462; 10:481; 12: 
360; 13:342 6 -5P; 14:310 7 , 312', 
334 6 , 400 4 . 

Ceratocampa, see Basilona. 
Citheronia, see Basilona. 
Dryocampa, see Basilona. 
Eacles, see Basilona. 
irnpiger, Culex (syn. C. implacafti- 

lis), 12:321. 

implacabilis, Culex, see C. impiger. 
implicita, Lachnosterna, 9:355. 
impressus, Julus, see Parajulus. 

Parajulus (syn. Julus), 3:132. 
impunctatus, Cixius, see Myndus. 
Myndus (syn. Cixius), 9:386, 

410. 

inaequalis, Craponius, 2:33; 8:286, 
299; 9:364, 365; 10:498; 14:372 8 , 
383 7 . 

incertum, Elaphidion, 11:284. 
incertus, Melanotus, see M. decuma- 

nus. i 
Inch plant, Aramigus fulleri on, 2: 

143. 

Inch worms, 2:98. 
Inchbald, P., referred to, 4:205, 206; 

11:163, 165. 

Incisalia irus (syn. Thecla, T. 
arsace, T. henrici), 3:140; 4:137; 
9:449; 11:254; 14:311 8 . 
inclusa, Ichthyura, see Melalopha. 
Melalopha (syn. Ichthyura), 9: 

450. 
inconstans, Molobrus, see Sciara. 

Sciara (syn. Molobrus), 10:387. 
incrassata, Phora, 10:405. 
Incur varia acerif oliella (syn. Ornix), 
1:308; 5:215-19; 9:458; 14: 
314 5 . 

iridella, see I. acerifoliella. 
incurvus, Tachys, 5:303; 14:354*. 
inda, Cetonia, see Euphoria. 

Euphoria, see Euphoria inda. 
Euryomia, see Euphoria. 
Trichius, see Euphoria. 
Independent [New Paltz, N. Y.] 

quoted, 12:196. 

Indian cetonia, 1:232-39, 330; 8:295; 
9:443; 10:504; 11:268; 14:336 J . 
See also Euphoria inda. 
Indian meal moth, 11:267. 
Indiana farmer and gardener cited, 

2:102. 

Indiana horticultural society, Trans- 
actions cited, 13:352 6 . 
Indiana state board of agriculture, 
Report cited, 12:191. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST S REPORTS 



489 



indigenella, Mineola (syn. Phycis), 

1:329; 10:515; 11:121, 26G. 
Phycis, see Mineola. 
indistinctus, Macrops, 10:517. 
iudivisalis, Tortricodes, see Gabe- 

rasa ambigualis. 
Indus, Scarabaeus, see Euphoria 

inda. 

Industrialist cited, 7:255; 10:432. 
inermis, Agrotis, see Peridroina 

saucia. 

Smilia, see Stictocephala. 
Stictocephala (syn. Smilia), 1: 

284; 9:388, 440. 

infans, Brephos, 7:375; 14:321 8 . 
infirma, Orthodes, see O. crenulata. 
inllatM, Zaraea (syn. Abia capri- 

folium), 1:42. 
infuscata, Chortophaga, see C. 

viridifasciata. 

Locusta, see Chortophaga viri- 
difasciata. 
infuscatus, Gomphocerus, see 

Chortophaga viridifasciata. 
Infusoria, Tyroglyphus feeding on, 

11:255. 

Ingalsbe, G. M., insects from, 9:403. 
ingeniosus, Myrmeleon, 11:238. 
Ingram, H. B., insects from, 13: 

372 a . 

inimica, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

321. 
inimicus, Amblycephalus, see Delto- 

cephalus. 

Deltocephalus (syn. Ambly- 
cephalus), 9:401-2, 410. 
innumerabilis, Coccus, see Pulvi- 

naria. 

Lecanium, see Pulvinaria. 
Pulvinaria, see Pulvinaria In- 
numerabilis. 
inornata, Atymna (syn. Cyrtolobus, 

Smilia), 1:284; 9:388, 410. 
Smilia, see Atymna. 
Tiphia, 8:238. 
inornatus, Cyrtolobus, see Atymna 

inornata. 
Inquilines, 1:61. 
inquinata, Mantis, see Stagmoman- 

tis Carolina. 

inquinatellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
inquinatus, Aphodius, 3:102-3; 7: 

379; 14:323 5 , 352. 
inquisitor, Cryptus, see Pimpla. 

Pimpla (syn. Cryptus), 1:84. 
Insect depredations, excessive, in 
United States, 1:8; losses from, 
1:5; preventives of, 1:63-65; reme- 
dies for, 1:56-63; secrecy of, 8: 
263-64; depredators on the apple 
tree; list of, 1:327-32; 11:263-72; 



diseases, cultivation of, 7:341; 
enemies, how to meet them, 8: 
258-69; fauna of United States, 4: 
181; habits, necessity of knowl- 
edge of, 1:14; orders, special 
studies in, 4:164-65; pests, boun- 
ties for, 9:436-37. 

Insect life cited, 5:216, 220, 227, 234; 

7:247, 256, 297, 321, 324; 8:129, 

133, 141; 9:300, 301, 309, 317,' 318; 

10:378, 388, 389, 405, 408, 411, 417, 

433, 453, 454, 478, 497; 11:109, 110, 

111, 117, 118, 134, 135, 142, 146, 

152, 155, 157, 160, 171, 177, 178, 

181, 182, 197, 199, 207, 210, 222, 

223, 229, 231, 232, 233, 242, 244, 

247, 248, 250; 12:183, 191, 192, 

193, 218, 230, 235, 248, 254, 268, 

272, 273, 290, 291, 292, 293, 317; 

13:344 2 , 344 4 , 352 s , 352 9 , 353 5 , 14: 

381 7 ; quoted, 14:304 1 ; reprint 

from, 11:117-22, 249. 

Insect pests, number of, 4:188*, 

ravages, how met, 4:189-90; 

increase of, 4:186; possibility 

of prevention, 8:268; studies, 

progress in, 7:331; 

pests introduced", . 

Adelphagrotis prasina (syn. 

Agrotis), 1:8. 
Anthrenus scrophulariae, 1:9; 

6:175; 7:335. 
Aphis brassicae, 6:148. 

. mali, 1:8. 

Aspldiotus perniciosus, 11:20(5. 
Carpocapsa pomonella, 1:8. 
Cecidomyia destructor, 1 :58, 

321. 

Cephus pygmaeus, 7:334; 8:107. 
Cladius pectinicornis, 10:499. 
Crioceris asparagi, 1:8; 5:335; 

8:251. 

12-punctata, 8:250; 12:251. 
Dermestes lardarius, 6:120. 
Diplosis pyrivora, 1:8; 7:335; 8: 

142. 

Emphytus cinctus, 10:499. 
Galerucella luteola (syn. Gale- 
ruca xanthomelaena), 5:236; 
7:335. 

Gossyparia ulmi, 12:293. 
Haematobia serrata, 5:222; 7: 

333; 8:193. 

Heliothis armiger, 1:8. 
Hylastes trifolii (syn. Hylasti- 

nus obscurus), 1:8; 7:335. 
Icerya purchasi, 7:340; 8:275. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syn. 

Nematus), 7:335; 8:169. 
Mamestra trifolii, 1:8. 
Monomorium pharaonis, 11: 
110. 



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Insect pests introduced (cont'd) 

Mytilaspis pomorum (syn. M. 

poniicorticis), 1:8. 
Myzus cerasi, 5:254. 
Nectarophora granaria (syn. 

Sipbouophora a venae), 1:8; 5: 

247; 7:335. 

Noctua baja (syn. Agrotis), 1:8. 
c-iiigrum (syn. Agrotis),. 1:8. 
plecta (syn. Agrotis), 1:8. 
Otiorhynchus singularis (syn. 

O. picipes), 10:419. 
sulcatus, 10:419. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

1:8. 

Phloeotribus liminaris, 5:319. 
Phorbia ceparum (syn. An- 

thomyia), 1:8, 173. 
Phorodon humuli, 1:8; 7:335; 8: 

207. 
Phytonomus punctatus, 1:251- 

52; 10:487. 

Pieris rapae, 1:8; 7:335; 8:251. 
Plodia iuterpunctella (syn. 

Ephestia). 1:8. 
Porthetria dispar (syn. Ocneria), 

7:335. 
Pteronus ribesii (syn. Nematus 

ventricosus), 1:8; 2:217; 7: 

335. 

Pyralis costalis, 11:148. 
Sesia tipuliformis (syn. Aege- 

ria), 1:8. 

Xyleborus dispar, 9:419. 
Xylophasia arctica (syn. Ha- 

dena), 1:8. 
Insecticides, general, 4:190-91; 8: 

274; 
specific; 

arsenites with Bordeaux mix- 
ture, 9:435. 

bisulfid of carbon, 1:47. 
borax, 1:343. 

carbolic acid, 1:47-48; 2:27-28. 
carbolic wash, 2:24-26; 27-28. 
carbolized plaster, 7:346. 
cayenne pepper, 2:34. i 
coal ashes, 2:24. 
coal oil refuse, 2:27. 
coal tar, 1:50-52. 
gas lime, 1:52-55. 
"gold dust," 9:434. 
gypsum and kerosene, 2:29. 
hellebore, 1:40-43. 
kerosene, 1:43-45. 
kerosene emulsion, 2:36-38; 8- 

209. 

lime and arsenites, 9:416. 
london purple, 1:34-36; 9:414-15. 
may weed (Maruta cotula), 2: 

34. 
naphthaline, 2:34-35. 



Insecticides, specific (cotit'd) 

ox eye daisy (Leucanthernum 
vulgare), 2:34. 

paraffin oil, 1:46-47, 343. 

paris green, 1:25-34. 

pyrethrum, 1:36-40; 2:26. 

road dust, 2:27. 

saltpeter, 2:28. 

soap powders, 9:434. 

soluble phenyle, 1:48-50. 

sulfur, 2:32. 

tobacco, infusion of, 2:31-32. 

tobacco juice vaporized, 2:29- 
31. 

Sec also Remedies and preven- 
tives for insect depredations. 
Insects, classification of, 1:78-80; 
studies of. 4:166-69; 8:227; depre- 
dations, 1:2-8; 12:341-42; food 
habits of. 4:186; immense number 
of, 1:12-14; injurious to orchard 
and garden, experience with, 7:" 
342; introduced, increased de- 
structiveness of, 1:9-10; introduc- 
tion from abroad, 4:186; life dura- 
tion of, 1:339-41; life histories, 1: 
22; 4:166; 12:342-43; limited 
knowledge of early stages, 4:181- 
82; number described, 4:165; 8: 
266-67; number estimated, 12:342; 
of national museum, 4:182-83; of 
past year, 7:331; omnipresence of, 
12:343; rapidity of propagation. 8: 
267; small size of, 8:264-66; some 
injurious, of Mass. 8:227. 

beneficial introduced; Clerus 
formicarius, 10:500; Lestophonus 
iceryae, 6:105; Novius cardinalis 
(syn. Vedalia), 6:105. 
Insects of Illinois, Report cited, 1: 
81, 99, 110, 111, 116, 227, 228, 233, 
239, 264, 271; 2:57, 68, 69, 89, 102, 
117, 126, 149, 168, 180, 188; 4:20, 
80, 114, 155; 5:193, 201, 207, 213, 
227, 246, 253; 6:125, 147; 7:255, 
277,321; 8:129; 9:307, 317, 330; 10: 
388, 408, 453; 11:126, 146, 160, 
250; 12:183, 191, 205, 218, 235, 237, 
243, 290, 314; 13:343 6 , 343 8 , 352 3 , 
352. 

Insects of Masschusetts, see Pack- 
ard, A. S., Report on the injurious 
and beneficial insects of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Insects of Missouri, see Riley, C. V. 
Insects of New York (Fitch), Report 
cited, 1 :87, 172, 184, 194, 201, 202, 
221, 227, 239, 281; 2:68, 102, 125, 
168, 180, 203; 3:133; 4:20, 27, 114; 
5:184, 192, 215, 227, 246, 253; 8: 
152, 153; 9:317; 10:408, 477; 11: 
109, 203, 248; 12:218, 243, 264, 301; 
quoted, 11:202. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST S REPORTS 



491 



Insects of New York (Lintner), Re-- 
port abstracts from, 12:351-52, 
356-57; Report cited, 2:90; 4:20; 5: 
164, 207, 216; 6:184; 7:242, 247, 
256, 296, 321, 324; 8:133, 152, 160, 
166, 169; 9:299, 300, 318, 330; 10: 
378, 388, 408, 416, 433, 454, 478; 
11:109, 126, 127, 134, 142, 146, 152, 
157, 160, 162, 165, 171, 177, 181, 
182, 198, 203, 205, 241, 242, 249. 
251, 283; 12:190, 214, 218, 223, 235, 
238, 239, 243, 248, 252, 12:253, 264, 
265, 268, 273, 290, 292, 314. 
Insects received from New York 

localities; 
Adams, 10:518; 11:170, 285, 

286; 12:363. 
Afton, 4:207. 

Albany, 3:140, 141, 142; 4:205, 
206, 207, 208; 5:324, 325, 326; 
6:187, 188, 189, 190; 7:381,382, 
383, 384; 8:296, 297, 298, 299, 
300; 9:461, 462, 463, 464; 10: 
515, 516, 517, 518, 519; 11:162, 
285, 287,~288; 12:359, 360, 361, 
362, 363, 364; 13:371 4 , 371 st , 
372 s , 372 9 , 373 2 , 373 6 , 373 8 , 374-', 
374 4 , 374 7 , 375 2 , 375 5 . 
Albion, 6:187; 10:516; 12:859, 60. 
Alcove, 8:300. 
Alder Creek, 13:374 2 . 
Alfred, 4:207; 6:187; 7:383; 10: 

517, 519. 
Amenia, 12:360. 
Amsterdam, 3:141, 142. 
Argyle, 11:186. 
Athens, 8:299; 10:516, 517; 11: 

286. 

Ausable Forks, 7:382; 8:297, 
300; 9:463; 10:518; 11:197, 
286; 12:359; 13:372*. 
Barkus, 7:382. 
Barrytown, 9:462. 
Bath, 8:299. 
Bayport, 5:325. 
Bayville, 5:324. 
Beedes, 6:190. 
, Belleville, 6:190. 

Bellport, 5:325; 8:298; 11:285; 

12:362; 13:371 4 , 374 1 . 
Belmont, 4:208. 
Bergen, 3:141. 
Bethany, 4:206. 
Big Plats, 10:519. 
Binghamton, 11:284. 
Blauvelt, 5:326. 
Branchport, 5:325; 6:189. 
Brighton, 10:517. 
Brockport, 7:382. 
Brooklyn, 5:324; 7:384; 9:464; 

13:360 2 , 371 9 , 373 8 . 
Buffalo, 7:382; 9:463. 
Buskirk's Bridge, 8:300. 



Insects received from New York 

localities (ront'tl) 
Cambridge, 9:463; 10:515; 12; 

359, 360. 

Camden, 13:375*. 
Camillus, 9:464. 
Canaan, 9:464; 11:288. 
Canajoharie, 4:208; 5:324. 
Canandaigua, 4:208: 12:363. 
Canastota, 7:382; 8:296. 
Carthage, 13:339 3 , 370 1 . 
Catskill, 6:188; 8:297; 10:518; 

11:287. 

Cazenovia, 10:515. 
, Cedar Hill, 13:372\ 374 9 . 
Central Bridge, 6:187. 
Chatham, 4:206; 12:360, 364. 
Chatham Center, 7:383. 
Cherry Valley, 4:205; 5:324; 

325; 8:296. 
Clyde, 5:326. 
Coeymans, 3:140; 4:205, 206, 

207; 5:326; 6:188, 189; 7:382, 

383, 384; 8:300; 9:461, 462, 

463, 464; 10:519; 11:237, 284; 

12:3H9, 360, 361, 362, 363, 364; 

13:371 7 , 371, 372 3 , 373 3 , 374 8 . 
Cooperstown, 3:142. 
Corning, 11:284. 
Cornwall, 8:298. 
Cormvall-on-Hudson, 6:188. 
Cortland, 7:383. 
Cossayuna, 9:464. 
Coxsackie, 6:187; 7:383. 
De.JTreestvilte, 12:363. 
De Kalb Junction, 4:205. 
Delmar, 11:285; 12:359. 
Demster, 8:297. 
Dey's Landing, 7:383. 
East Greenbush, 13:374". 
East Greenwich, 9:461. 
East Hampton, 13:375 4 . 
East Hartford, 11:278. 
East Worcester, 6:187. 
Elmira, 10:516. 
Factory ville, 12:362. 
Fairmount, 13:375 2 . 
Fort Edward, 6:186, 187, 189; 

9:462; 12:364. 
Garrattsville, 8:300. 
Gayhead, 11:285. 
Gonovji. 4:207, 208; 5:325, 326; 

6:186; 7:382, 383, 384; 9:463; 

11:205; 12:362; 13:373 9 . 
Germantown, 13:374 7 . 
Ghent, 5:325; 7:382; 10:519; 11: 

284. 

Glen, 9:462. 
Glen Cove, 4:207; 6:188; 7:382, 

383;9:461, 464; 10:515, 516; 

11:142, 287. 
Glenmont, 8:299. 
Glens Falls, 6:189. 



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Insects received from New York 

localities (confd) 
Glenville, 10:515. 
Goldenbridge, 11:286; 13:371 3 . 
Gouverneur, 7:384; 10:516; 11: 

284, 286; 12:359, 360, 361, 

363; 13:3T4 5 . 

Greenbush, 10:516; 13:344". 
Greenport, 4:208; 6:190; 7:381. 
Haines Falls, 7:381. 
Hamilton, 11:287. 
Howecave, 6:187, 188, 189. 
Hudson, 7:383. 
Ingleside, 10:519. 
Ithaca, 10:515. 
Jamaica, 7:381; 10:517; 11:287; 

13:371 8 . 

Jefferson, 8:298. 
Jewett, 13:372 2 . 
Johnson Creek, 4:205. 
Johnstown, 6:189. 
Karner, 11:288. 
Kinderhook, 7:383; 10:518; 11: 

287. 

Kingsbury, 6:186. 
Kingston, 5:324, 326; 8:299; 13: 

372 2 . <* 

Knox, 7:381. 
Lake Grove, 5:326. 
Lansing, 8:297; 11:285. 
Lawrence, L. I., 7:384. 
Le Roy, 10:516. 
Lincoln, 8:297. 
Lockport, 5:325; 6:188; 9:464; 

10:517; 11:286. 
Loudonville, 4:208; 5:326; 11: 

208, 287, 288; 12:363. 
Louisville, 11:276. 
Lowville, 10:518. 
Lyndonville, 11:285. 
Macedon, 6:188, 190; 8:297. 
Malcom, 8:297; 10:517. 
Manns ville, 12:362. 
Matteawan, 7:384; 8:299. 
May field, 13:372 8 . 
Maynard, 13:375 8 . 
Memphis, 4:207. 
Menands, 3:140; 4:205, 207; 6: 

187, 188; 8:298, 299; 10:518; 

11:285; 12:359, 361. 
Meridian, 6:186. 
Mexico, 9:462. 
Middlehope, 4:206; 5:326. 
Middletown, 12:360, 362, 363. 
Middleville, 6:188. 
Millbrook, 11:278, 285. 
Monticello, 9:464; 11:286. 
Moriches, 4 :205, 208 ; 6 :188; 9 :463. 
Mt Riga, 10:517. 
Monntainville, 11:285. 
Naples, 7:381. 
New Baltimore, 9:462; 10:518; 

11:288. 



Insects received from New York 

localities (confd) 
New Paltz, 9:463; 13:374 9 . 
New York, 3:141; 4:207, 208; 

5:324, 326; 6:188; 7:382; 8: 

296; 9:461, 462; 10:517, 518; 

11:157, 286; 12:363; 13:373 4 , 

374 4 , 374 9 . 

Newburgh, 4:206; 10:516, 519. 
Newport, 8:298. 
Niagara, 3:140. 
Niverville, 7:383. 
North Blenheim, 6:190. 
North Hillsdale, 13:358 8 , 372*. 
Nunda, 9:463. 
Nyack, 10:518. 
Oakfield, 7:382. 
Osceola, 6:189. 
Oswego, 4:207; 8:296, 297; 9: 

461; 10:515; 13:373 7 . 
Palenville, 11:237. 
Palmyra, 8:297. 
Pawling, 6:187. 
Peekskill, 6:190. 
Penn Yan, 3:142; 6:188; 8:299. 
Pine Plains, 12:360. 
Pittstown, 9:462. 
Plattsburg, 8:298. 
Pleasant Plains, 10:518; 11:273. 
Port Ewen, 7:381. 
Port Henry, 7:383. 
Port Jervis, 3:140; 8:298, 299. 
Port Kent, 11:282; 12:359. 
Potsdam, 6:189. 
Poughkeepsie, 10:516, 518; 11: 

278, 284, 285, 287; 12:359,360, 

362, 363; 13:367 5 . 
Racket River, 13:367 9 . 
Ransomville, 7:382. 
Rensselaer, 13:344 8 . 
Rhinebeck, 7:381, 384. 
Richford, 11:286. 
Rochester, 3:141; 4:206; 5:324, 

325, 326; 6:190; 7:381, 384; 8: 

298; 11:205, 285, 288; 13:371 8 , 

372 7 , 374 s . 
Rome, 6:190. 
Roslyn, 6:190. 
Sandy Hill, 9:463. 
Saranac Inn, 13:372 8 . 
Saratoga Springs, 5:325; 12:363. 
Saugerties, 10:517. 
Scarsdale, 4:207; 5:325; 8:297, 

299; 9:464; 12:363; 13:371 a . 
Schenectady, 3:142; 4:205; 7: 

384; 9:462; 10:518, 519; 11: 

160; 12:361; 13:371 4 . 
Schoharie, 7:382; 8:299. 
Scottsville, 3:140. 
i Scriba, 8:299. 
Seacliff, 5:325. 
Seneca, 6:187. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



493 



Insects received from New York 

localities (confd) 
Sherwood, 11:147. 
Sinclairville, 3:141; 9:463; 12: 

363. 

Somers, 13:374 7 . 
Somerset, 5:325. 
South Butler, 12:362. 
South Byron, 8:296, 299; 9:461; 

10:515, 518. 

South Hamilton, 11:286. 
South Livonia, 8:298. 
South Salem, 10:515. 
Stamford, 13:372 2 . 
Stockport, 11:288. 
Summit, 6:189; 7:383. 
Syracuse, 10:517; 11:182. 
Tanners ville, 12:360. 
Tarry town, 7:383; 9:461; 10: 

515; 11:288. 
Tiashoke, 8:298. 
Tribeshill, 8:297. 
Troy, 3:142; 5:324; 13:375'. 
Ulster county, 13:371 7 . 
Urbana, 11:288. 
Utica, 5:325; 6:189; 7:382; 8: 

298; 9:464; 11:284. 
Vernon, 8:297; 12:362. 
Walcott, 12:360. 
Wai worth, 8:297. 
Wappingers Falls, 8:297. 
Watertown, 4:206, 207, 208; 6: 

188; 13:374 9 . 
Waterville, 5:326. 
Watervliet, 9:461; 13:374 5 . 
Watkins, 4:206. 
Wemple, 12:360. 
West Brighton, 6:189. 
West Somerset, 12:360. 
West Troy, 3:140. 
White Plains, 4:208; 10:516. 
Windsor, 13:374*. 
Yaphank, 12:265. 
Yonkers, 13:368*. 
received from other localities; 
Abingdon, Va., 4:207. 
Adrian, Mich., 6:189. 
Agricultural college, Mich., 13: 

372 6 . 
Agricultural college, Miss, 9: 

462. 

Allendale, 111., 6:189. 
Arlington, N. J., 11:285, 287, 

288; 12:360, 361; 13:373 5 . 
Athens, Pa., 11:287. 
Auburn, Ala., 12:359. 
Baton Rouge, La., 11:287. 
Benson, Ariz. 6:187, 190. 
Berlin, Mass., 12:226; 13:371 2 , 

372 2 , 372 B , 372, 373 1 , 374*, 374 8 . 
Birds Nest, Va., 4:206, 208; 9: 

463; 10:518. 
Bradford, Pa., 8:299. 



Insects received from other locali- 
ties (cont'd) 

Buckland, Va., 9:463. 

Camden, N. J., 11:284. 

Cape May, N. J., 5:326. 

Carlisle, Ark., 10:515. 

Charlottes ville, Va., 3:141; 5: 
326; 6:187, 190. 

Cleveland, Ohio, 4:207. 

Clifton, New Brunswick, 8:298. 

Coffee, Va., 4:208. 

College Park, Md., 9:463. 

Columbia, Ct, 3:140. 

Columbus, O., 11:287. 

Concordville, Pa., 11:285. 

Crozet Va., 3:140. 

Dedham, Mass., 6:188, 189. 

Detroit, Mich., 10:517. 

Dongola, 111., 11:286. 

Easton, Pa., 3:140. 

Eaton, O., 11:276. 

Elizabeth, N. J., 5:326: 

Falls Church, Va., 11:234. 

Forestville, Md., 11:287. 

Fort Wayne, Ind., 11:279. 

Franklin, N. H., 4:207. 

Fulwith Grange, Harrowgate, 
Eng., 4:205, 206. 

Galena, 111., 4:205. 

Glasgow, Mo., 7:383. 

Glen Onoko, Pa., 11:237. 

Gordonsville, Va., 7:382. 

Greenville, Ct, 9:462. 

Hackettstown, N.J., 12:352,361. 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, 8:300. 

Harmony Grove, Ga., 4:207. 

Hartford, Ct., 6:188; 10:516. 

High Bridge, N. J., 9:464. 

Highlands, N. C., 10:517. 

Hightstown, N. J., 5:325. 

Kansas City, Mo., 12:300, 364. 

Kenneth Square, Pa., 4:205. 

Kingston, Pa., 9:464. 

Kingston, R. I., 5:324. 

La Fayette, Ind., 5:325. 

La Grange, 111., 6:189. 

Lake Comfort, N. C., 10:519. 

Litchfield, Ct., 13:371". 

London, Eng., 8:299. 

Los Angeles, Gal., 7:382. 

Lowell, Mass., 5:326; 8:299; 11: 
165, 168. 

McGregor, la., 11:283. 

Madison, N. J., 12:354. 

Madison, Wis., 7:383; 12:361. 

Magnolia, Mass., 1 1 :178, 286, 288. 

Magnolia, Md., 9:463. 

Meadsville, Pa., 6:188. 

Meriden, Ct., 9:463. 

Middlebury, Vt, 6:188; 11:173. 

Montrenl, Can., 4:206; 8:298; 
11:286. 

Montrose, Pa., 11:286. 



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Insects received from other locali- 
ties (cont'd) 
Morton, Pa., 4:208. 
Mount Holly, N. J., 5:325. 
Muscatine, la., 10:518. 
New Brunswick, N. J., 10:516; 

11:286; 12:361. 
New Haven, Ct, 7:382. 
New Oxford, Pa., 11:285. 
North Haven, Ct, 7:298. 
Orange, N. J., 4:207; 5:324, 325; 

6:186, 187, 188. 
Orlando, Fla., 12:184. 
Ottawa, Can., 8:298; 9:462; 13: 

372 5 . 

Pendleton, S. C., 11:127. 
Pittsburg, Pa., 3:142. 
Pittsfield, Mass., 7:384; 10:516. 
Pittsford Mills, Vt, 13:372 2 . 
Red Bank, N. J., 7:383. 
Ridgewood, N. J., 3:140, 141. 
Ringwood, Ont, 4:208. 
Rock Hall, Md., 5:324. 
Ruxton, Md., 13:366 9 . 
St Albans, Eng., 7:383. 
St Anthony's Park, Minn., 7:381. 
St Catherines, Ont., 5:326. 
San Domingo, W. I., 11:175; 

12:362. 

Sanford, Tenn., 8:299. 
Sargeantsville, N. J., 7:381. 
Slab, Pa., 3:140. 
South Quebec, Can., 7:381. 
Springfield, Mass., 13:374 3 . 
Sterling, Kan., 4:208. 
Stone Ridge, N. J., 6:189. 
Toledo, O., 5:325. 
Tracy City, Tenn., 12:363. 
Trenton, N. J., 7:383. 
Wabash, Ind., 5:324; 7:381. 
Waterbury, Ct, 7:383; 9:461,403. 
Wellesley, Mass., 3:141. 
Woodbury, N. J., 9:463. 
Worcester, Mass., 5:325. 
Yosemite Valley, Cal., 8:296. 
iusimulans, Ascalaphus, see Heli- 

comitus. 
Helicomitus (syn. Ascalaphus), 

11:239. 

insolrta, Sphinx, 5:317; 14:307 S , 339 s . 
instabilis, Orthosia, see Taenio- 

campa alia. 

instrutana, Sericoris, erroneous ref- 
erence of Steganoptycha clay- 
poliana. 

insularis, Epeira, 9:464. 
integer, Janus (syn. J. flaviventris, 
Phylloecus flaviventris), 8-108 
166-68; 9:461; 10:497; 11:284; 12- 
308; 13:336 2 , 336 9 , 337 5 , 337 6 ; 14 : 
382 5 . 



integerrima, Datana, 1:328; 11:264; 

12:309; 14:399 S . 
interjectus, Lasius, 13:371 3 . 
intermedia, Cucullia, 7:375; 9:450; 

14:311 9 , 321 9 . 

intermediella, Gelechia, 11:267. 
interpunctella, Ephestia, see Plodia. 
Plodia (syn. Ephestia), 1:8; 4: 

206; 10:510; 11:267; 12:360. 
interrogationis, Grapta, sec Poly- 

gonia. 

Polygonia (syn. Grapta), 6:187; 
8:187, 300; 9:446; 10:508; 14: 
310 s , 410. 

var. umbrosa, Polygonia (syn. 
Grapta umbrosa), 9:446; 10: 
506. 
interstinctana, Ephippiphora, see 

Grapholitha. 
Grapholitha, see Grapholitha 

interstinctana. 

Stigmonota, see Grapholitha. 
Intestinal worm, 9:298. 
iuvenustum, Simulium (syn. S. 

pecuarum), 5:314; 14,:338 3 . 
inversa, Lachnosterna, 9:355. 
invitus, Lygus, 7:348; 8:105, 125, 

299. 

io, Automeris (syn. Hyperchiria, H. 
varia), 1:72, 328; 4:206; 5:186; 
6:187; 9:450, 453; 10:481; 11: 
265; 14:312 4 . 

Hyperchiria, see Automeris. 
Io emperor moth, 1:328; 11:265. 
Iowa academy of sciences, Proceei- 
ings cited, 8:152; 10:433; 12:273. 
Iowa agricultural college, Bulletin 
cited, 2:180; 10:453; 13:352 5 ; 
course in entomology at, 12:344. 
Iowa agricultural experiment sta- 
tion, Bulletin cited, 10:378; 11: 
146, 147, 152, 242; 12:193; 13:353 3 . 
Iowa homestead cited, 1:99. 
Iowa state agricultural society, 

Transactions cited, 12:191. 
Iowa state horticultural society, 
Transactions cited, 2:126, 180; 6: 
147; 13:352 5 . 

Ipochus fasciatus, 11:268. 
Ips fasciatus, see I. quadriguttatus. 
quadriguttatus (syn. I. fascia- 
tus), 1:330; 6:188; 11:267. 
iricolor, Serica, 1:330; 11:268. 
iridella, Incurvaria, see I. acerifoli- 

ella. 
Tinea, see Incurvaria acerifoli- 

ella. 

Iridescent Serica, 11:268. 
Iron weed, Aphis middletonii on, 9: 

371. 

irresecta, Mylabris, see Bruchus ob- 
tectus. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



495 



irresectus, Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 
irritans, Lyperosia, sec Haematobia 

serrata, 

Pulex, 1:G2; 6:173; 14:324 8 . 
irroratus, Jassus, sec Phlepsius. 

Phlop^ius (syn. .Tassus), 1:331; 

9:402. 410; 11:270. 
irus, Incisalia (syn. Thecla, T. 
arsace, T. henrici), 3:140; 4: 
I.",!; 9:449; 11:254; 14:311 8 . 
Tlu'da, see Ineisalia. 
Irvin, E. F., insects from, 12:363. 
Isabella, Arctia, see Pyrrharctia. 
Kstigmene, see Pyrrharctia. 
Pyrrharctia (syn. Arctia, Estig- 
inene, P. californica, Spilo- 
soma), 7:225-28, 368; 9:439; 
10:481, 502; 14:369*, 374 s , 
' .".S.V. 

Spilosoma, sec Pyrrharctia. 
ischiaca, Anthomyia, 1:195. 
Ischnura verticalis, 11:288. 
Isis cited, 1:151; 2:116. 
Isocratus vulgaris, 11:167. 
isomera, Cladius, 7:224. 
Isosoma captivum Howard. 4:34 

35. 

elymi, 4:32. 
grande (syn. I. tritici Riley], 4: 

30, 32. 

hordei (syn. Eurytoma, Ptero- 
malus), 1:304, 307; 4:11, 27- 
35, 205; 5:315; 9:458; 14.:314 4 , 
357 3 . 

nigrum, see I. tritici Fitch. 
secale (syn. Enrytoma secalis), 

4:27, 29. 

tritici Fitch (syn. I. nigrum, 
Eurytoma, Pteromalus), 1: 
307. 320; 4:27, 28, 29, 30 32- 
5:315; 14:338 9 . 

tritici Fitch (syn. I. nigrum, 
vitis, see Evoxysoma. 
Isotoma albella, 6:190. 
italicus, Bittacus, 10:477. 
Itch mite, 3:129; 5:290. 
Ithycerus noveboracensis (syn. Cur- 
culio, Pachyrhynchtis schonherri), 
1:300, 331; 11:270. 
lulus, sec Julus. 
Ivy, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus nerii, 5:278, 317; 6: 

172; 8:215; 11:204; 14:339 8 . 
Chlorops nasnta, 4:72. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
scale insect, 1:43; 4:200. 
English, Aspidiotus nerii on, 5: 

279 5 11:204. 
German, Plusia brassicae on, 2: 

91. 

Ixodes americanus, see Dermacen- 
tor. 



Ixodes bovis, see Boophilus. 

cruciarius, 6:158. 

species ? 9:464. 

unipunctatus, 6:158. 
Ixodidae, 5:290. 

Jack, J. G., cited, 5:164; 12:292; 13: 

353 1 ; referred to, 12:294. 
Jacobs, J..C., cited, 12:230. 
jaculifera, Feltia (syn. Agrotis tri- 
cosa), 9:456; 10:377, 482; 14:316 6 . 
j-album, Eugonia (syn. Grapta), 4: 
137; 5:282, 317; 10:507; 14: 
309 5 , 339 6 . 

Grapta, see Eugonia. 
jamaicensis, Smerinthus, see S. 

geminatus. 

Jamestown journal quoted, 12:197. 
Jamestown weed, Thrips tabaci on, 

11:245. 

Janet, C., cited, 11:166. 
Janson, O. E., cited, 7:256; insects 

from, 8:299. 

Janus flaviventris, see J. integer, 
integer (syn. J. flaviventris, 
Phylloecus flaviventris), 8: 
108, 166-68; 9:461; 10:497; 11: 
284; 12:308; 13:336 2 , 336 9 , 
337 5 , 337 6 ; 14:382 5 . 
Jaques, Alonzo, Cicada chambers in 

cellar of, 12:283, 284. 
Jasoniades glaucus (syn. Papilio 
turnjis), 1:327; 4:136; 7:219; 10: 
507, 519; 11:264; 12:307; 14:309 4 . 
Jassidae, 9:396, 402; 11:270. 
Jassus acutus, see Platyrnetopius. 
fulvidorsum, see Phlepsius. 
irroratus, see Phlepsius. 
olitorius (syn. Coelidia, C. sub- 

bifasciata), 9:398, 410. 
verticis, see Idiocerus. 
Jay, blue, 5:198. 
Jayne, H. F., cited, 9:300. 
Jenkins, J. M., insects from, 10:510. 
Johnson, C. F., insects from, 5:325. 
Johnson, W. G., cited, 1:116; 5:227; 

11:233; 12:193, 248, 254. 
Johnson's Natural history, cited, 6: 

175; 9:299; 14:325 5 . 
Johnstone, J. B., insects from, 4: 

208. 

Joint worm, 1:8, 224, 225, 226, 300, 
304, 307, 308, 320; 4:11, 27-35, 205; 
9:458; 14:314 4 , 357'. 
Jordan, Mrs, insects from, 10:516. 
Joslin, E. D., insects from, 5:326. 
Journal [Easthampton, L. I.] 

quoted, 12:195. 
Judah, S., cited, 2:102. 
juglandifex, Lecanium, erroneous 
reference of L. prunastri. 



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juglandis, Aspidiotus, see Mytilaspis 

pomorum. 
Corythuca, 4:108. 
Cressonia (syn. Smerinthus), 

10:508; 14:309 9 . 
Lecanium, erroneous reference 

of L. prunastri. 
Smerinthus, see Cressonia. 
Juglans (walnut), Datana integer- 

rima injuring, 12:309. 
cinerea, see Butternut 
nigra, see Walnut, black, 
rupestris, Enchenopa binotata 

on, 4:203; 14:351 4 . 
juglans-regiae, Aspidiotus, 11:271; 

12:316. 

julianus, Strategus, 7:249. 
Julidae, 2:229; 3:132; 4:132; 10:445- 

49, 487, 519; 12:300. 
juloides, Gamasus, 3:134. 
Julus (syn. lulus), 1:307; 5:311; 10: 

451. 
americanus, see ?Spirobolus 

marginatus. 

caeruleocinctus, attacking gera- 
niums, 4:307; attacking pota- 
toes, 3:132, 153; 9:464; 10: 
445-49, 451, 487, 489; beneath 
carpets. 5:296; bibliography, 
3:133; habits, 2:229; infested 
with Uropoda americana, 7: 
384; reference, 3:142; 4:208; 
5:326; 6:190; 9:199; 10:513; 
12:352; 14:333 2 , 337 3 , 346 8 , 
355 9 , 363 6 , 377 9 , 378 9 , 393 2 ; 
remedies, 2:229. 

complanatus, see ? Polydesmus 

serratus. 
guttatus, 10:449. 
hortensis, see J. caeruleocinc- 
tus. 

impressus, see Parajulus. 
marginatus, see Spirobolus. 
multistriatus, see J. caeruleo- 
cinctus. 

Jumping cocoon, 6:186. 
Jumping galls, 7:309, 310, 364. 
Jumping seeds, 4:151-54; 5:315; 7: 

309, 310. 

Jumping spiders, 10:430. 
Jumping sumach beetle, 5:271. 
June beetle or bug, see May beetle. 

green, 11:268. 
June berry, Aspidiotus perniciosus 

on, 11:224. 
Juniper plant bug, 10:430-32; 12: 

352; 14:397 6 . 

juniperina, Pentatoma (syn.Cimex), 
10:430-32, 490, 512; 12:352; 14: 
379 s , 393 6 . 

juniperinus, Cimex, see Pentatoma 
juniperina. 



Juniperus virginianus, see Cedar, red. 
Junonia coenia, 7:381. 
juvenalis, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

333, 334, 335, 338; 6:180; 7: 

375. 

Kale, insects injurious to; 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 
kalmiae, Sphinx, 5:177; 10:508, 515; 

14,:309 8 . 
Kaltenbach, J. H., Monographic for 

Familien der Pflanzenlause. Phy- 

topJitMres cited, 5:246. Pflaneen- 

fciticle aus der Klasss der Insekten 

cited, 4:73; referred to, 11:149. 
Kansas academy of science, Trans- 
actions cited, 1:99, 254; 7:255; 11: 

126, 134, 181. 
Kansas agricultural experiment 

station, Report cited, 7:255; 10: 

432. 
Kansas state agricultural college, 

course in entomology at, 12:344. 
Kansas state board of agriculture, 

Transactions cited, 1:227; 10:432. 
Kansas state horticultural society, 

14:306 3 ; Transactions cited, 7:255. 
Karr, Joseph, insects from, 13:375 1 . 
Karraker, J. F., insects from, 11: 

286. 
Katydid, angular winged, 11:271; 

13:365 7 ; 14 ^e 7 . 
oblong winged, 11:288. 
Katydids^ 3:135; 4:126; 14:341 9 . 
Keene Valley, Diptera of, 11:106. 

Lepidoptera of, 11:106. 
Keeny, N. B. & Son, insects from, 

10:516. 
Kellicott, D. S., cited, 1:116; 4:114; 

12:218; insects from, 11:287. 
Kellog, Mrs D. D., insects from, 12: 

359. 
Kellogg, V. L., cited, 10:378, 478; 

12:230; Common injurious insects 

of Kansas cited, 10:433; 13:353 5 ; 

referred to, 12:232, 233. 
Kemper, B., insects from, 10:518. 
Kent G. H., cited, 11:135. 
Kentucky agricultural experiment 

station, Bulletin cited, 12:243; 13: 

352 9 ; Report cited, 12:193, 243, 

273; 13:352 9 . 
Kermes, oak, 14:399 5 . 
Kermes galliformis, 12:316-17, 356, 

363; 14:395 2 . 

Kessler, H. F., referred to, 12:232. 
keutzingaria, Eurymene, see Plago- 

dis. 

Plagodis (syn. Eurymene), 1: 
329; 11:266. 



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497 



Keyes, Addison, insects from, 13: 
374". 

Kieffer, J. J., cited, 11:166. 

King, , insects from, 12:364. 

King, H. S., cited, 1:81. 

King, P. W., insects from, 8:299. 

King bird, 2:8; 12:209, 289. 

Kirby, William, cited 5:246; re- 
ferred to, 12:332, Fauna boreali 
Americana cited, 2:145. 

Kirby, William and Spence, Wil- 
liam, Introduction to entomology 
cited, 1:172, 184; 2:102; 10:477; 
11:174, 240; 12:229, 322; quoted, 
12:322. 

Kirby, W. F., Synonymic catologue of 
Lepidoptera Hcterocera cited, 13: 
344 4 , 

kirbyii, Otiocerus, 9:386. 

Kirkland, A. H., cited, 12:193, 238, 
240, 293; referred to, 12:241, 242, 
294. 

Kirkpatrick, John, cited, 10:408. 

Kitchener, F. E., cited, 11:249. 

Klee, W. G., cited, 11:222, 232. 

Knot grass, insects injurious to; 
Nephelodes minians var. vio- 

lans, 1:103, 104. 

Peridroma saucia (syn.Agrotis), 
5:205. 

Koebele, Albert, cited, 11:233; 12: 
193. 

Kolbe, H. J., cited, 2:198. 

Kollar, Vinceiiz, Treatise on insects 
injurious to gardeners, foresters and 
farmers cited, 1:172, 239; 8:140. 

Kowarz, Ferdinand, cited, 7:242, 
243. 

Krauss, W. C., cited, 8:160. 

Kricogonia lanice, 5:317; 14:306 7 , 
339 s . 

Krom, S. A., cited, 12:273. 

Kuehn, Ernest, insects from, 10: 
512. 

kuhniella, Ephestia, 14:349 8 . 

Kyber, J. F., cited, 5:246. 

Laboulbene, Alexander, cited, 10: 

416. 

lacca, Carteria, 11:201. 
Lace curtains injured byAnthrenus, 

11:173. 
Lace wing fly, 1:79, 302; 2:176; 10: 

429; 12:262; larvae of, 13:362. 
Lachninae, 9:412. 

Lachnosterna, 1:305; 4:207; 7:254, 
369; 9:353, 355; 10:498; 14: 
383 1 . 

affinis, 11:268. 
crenulata, 1:330; 11:268. 
fraterna, 1:330; 11:268. 
fusca (syn. L. quercina), see 
May beetle. 



Lachnosterna gibbosa, 9:355. 

hirticula, 1:330; 9:355; 11:268. 

implicita, 9:355. 

inversa, 9:355. 

micans (syn. L. sororia), 1:330; 

11:268. 

pilosicollis, see L. tristis. 
prunina, 11:268. 
quercina, see L. fusca. 
rugosa, 9:355; 11:268. 
sororia, see L. micans. 
species, 11:286; 13:369 5 ; 14: 

398 3 . 

tristis (syn. L. pilosicollis), 1: 
330; 6:176; 7:369; 9:296, 463; 
11:268; 14:318 2 , 325 9 . 
Lachnus abietis, 9:407, 412. 
caryae, 5:304. 
dentatus, see L. viminalis. 
laricifex, 4:195. 
populi, see Chaitophorus. 
' quercifoliae, 9:407, 412. 
salicellus, 9:407, 412. 
strobi (syn. Eriosoma, Schi- 
zoneura), 3:125; 9:409, 411, 
412. 

ulmi, see Schizoneura. 
viminalis (syn. L. dentatus), 3: 

152; 11:271. 

lachrymalis, Idiocerus, 9:398'-99. 
lacteola, Acidalia, see Eois. 

Eois (syn. Acidalia), 7:375; 14: 

307 9 , 321 7 . 

lactis, Acarus, see Tyrpglyphus siro. 
lactucarum, Anthomyia, 1:191. 
Ladd, E. F., cited, 10:377. 
Lady bird, see Lady bug. 
Lady bug, beneficial habits, 11: 
282; classification, 1:78; colo- 
nizing for plant lice, 1:61; 
confounded with carpet 
beetles, 4:196; 6:118; 9:302, 
306; food habits, 4:81, 85, 188; 
importation of, 10:362; odor 
of, 6:119; poisonous juice 
secreted by, 1:314; preying 
on grain aphis, 1:313; 5:249, 
257; preying on hop louse, 3: 
116, 148; 4:194; preying on 
plant lice, 1:302, 313; 5:254; 
8:275, 284; 10:429; preying on 
scale insects, 4:200; 5:266-67, 
300; 11:203; 12:298; reference, 
14:347 5 , 348 4 , 349 9 , 363 2 , 390; 
species of, a corn pest, 4:80- 
83; species treated of, 4:80- 
84; 6:117-19. 
Australian, 7:360, 382. 
15-spotted, 5:305; 13:373 2 ; 14: 

354 8 , 371'. 
northern, 7:310, 311; 8:126; 9: 

440; 14:374*. 
painted, 2:186. 



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Lady bug, spotted, 4:80-84; 14:357 3 . 
twice stabbed, 2:186; 5:267; 10: 

501; 11:203; 12:361; 14:385 2 . 
two spotted, 4:12, 195; 6:117-19; 
7:375; 9:306, 370; 11:280; 14: 
320 T , 367 8 . 

Lady's Thumb, Nectarophora gran- 
aria (syn. Siphonophora avenae) 
on, 5:252. 

Laemophloeus, habits of, 3:100. 
Laemophloeus alternans, 3:100; 14: 

352 4 . 
Laertias philenor (syn. Papilio), 6: 

187. 

laeta, Chlorops, of Europe, 4:72. 
laetitica, Cucullia, 7:375; 8:292; 14: 

307 7 , 315 7 , 321 6 . 
laevis, Canthon, 3:102; 7:382. 
Lafler, W. A., insects from, 10:516; 

12:360. i 

Lagoa crispata, see Megalopyge. 
opercularis, see Megalopyge. 
Lamarck, J. B. P. A. de, histoire 
naturelle des anim/aux sans verte- 
bres cited, 9:299. 
Lamb's quarters, Mamestra picta 

on, 5:209. 
Lamellicorn beetles, 1:54, 69, 71, 

228, 234; 3:102. 
Lanienia vulgaris (syn. Poecilop- 

tera), 9:387, 410. 
Larnpronota frigida, 1:145. 
Lampyridae, 4:47, 84, 85, 88; 6:219, 

316; 8:174; 9:344. 
lanata, Aphis, 9:320. 
lanatus, Diaspis, see D. amygdali. 
Lancaster farmer cited, 6:147. 
lanceolata, Enchenopa (syn. Mem- 

bracis), 1:283. 
Membracis, of South America, 

sec Enchenopa. 
Land turtle feeding on Cicada, 12: 

289. 
Landberg, A. von, insects from, 10: 

517; 11:182. 

Lander, Benjamin, cited, 10:518; 
12:273; discovery of Cicada cham- 
bers by, 12:280; observations on 
Cicada chambers, 12:281, 282-83. 
Landers, C. L., insects from, 4:207. 
Languria mozardi, 6:184; 14:329 9 . 
lanice, Kricogonia, 5:317; 14:306 7 , 

339". 

lanigera, Aphis, see Schizoneura. 
Cotalpa, 6:183; 11:268; 14:329 7 . 
Eriosoma, see Schizoneura. 
Schizoneura (syn. Eriosoma, E. 
pyri, Pemphigus pyri), 1: 
43, 47, 331; 2:35, 181; 3:125; 
5:160; 9:407, 408, 411, 412, 
413; 11:271; 13:366 9 -67 2 , 397 8 . 



Lansing, Abraham, insects from, 3: 

142. 
Lansing, Mrs Abram, insects from, 

8:296; 11:288. 
Lansing, J. A., insects from, 10:512, 

515, 516. 

Lantern fly, 1:79. 
Laphygma frugiperda, 1:328; 11: 

265. 
lapidaria, Leucania, see L. inulti- 

linea. 

Laporte, F. L. de, Histaire naturelle 
et iconograplile des Coleoptcres pub- 
liee par monograpliies separees 
cited, 2:136. 

Lappet moth, California, 11:265. 
Larch, insects injurious to; 

Chermes laricifoliae, 2:184; 8: 

299. 

strobilobius (syn. C. lari- 
cis), 1:46; 2:183, 185, 187. 
Lachnus laricifex, 4:195. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syu. 
Nematus), 4:16, 205; 5:164- 
72; 6:172; 7:335, 367; 8:168. 
Melanolophia canadaria (syn. 

Tephrosia), 4:21. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syu. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Tolype laricis, 1:87; 4:21. 
European, Lygaeonematus erich- 
souii (syn. Nematus), 5:164, 
165. 

Larch lappet, 1:87-89; 4:21; 14,:335 6 . 
Larch plant louse, 4:195. 
Larch saw fly, 4:16, 205; 5:164-73; 
7:335, 367; 8:168-69; 10:497; 14: 
362 5 , 368 s , 382 B . 
lardarius, Dermestes, see Dermestes 

lardarius. 

Larder beetle, 6:119; 8:179. 
Largus, margined, 2:164-67. 
Largus cinctus, 2:165. 

succinctus (syn. Capsus), 2:164- 

67; 6:183; 14:329 6 , 342 8 . 
laricifoliae, Chermes, 2:184; 8:299. 
laricis, Chermes, see C. strobilobius. 
Gastropacha, see Tolype. 
Planosa, see Tolype. 
Tolype (syn. Gastropacha, Pla- 
nosa), 1:87-89; 4:20, 21; 14.: 
335 6 . 

Tomicus, of Europe, 2:54. 
Larix americana, see Larch. 

europaea, see Larch, European, 
larvarum, Physogaster, see Hetero- 

pus ventricosus. 

Lasell, Mrs E. W., insects from, 4: 
207; 5:324, 325; 6:186, 187, 188. 



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499 



Lasioptera galls, 1 1 :248. 
Lasioptera rubi, of Europe, 4:66. 
vitis, 4:63-67, 206; 5:304, 325; 7: 
376, 382; 10:510; 11:248; 14: 
320", 354 3 , 354 6 , 357 7 . 
Lasius interjectus, 13:371 S . 

nigra (syn. Formica), 10:368. 
species, 11:113. 

Laspeyresia nigricana, 13:372 5 . 
laterally Kxechia, 8:172. 
Napomyza, 7:246. 
Pliytomyza, erroneous reference 

of P. chrysanthemi. 
lateritia, Hadena, see Xylophasia. 
Xylophasia (syn. Hadena), 10, 

482. 
Lathridius pulicarius, -see L. ruficol- 

lis. 
runcollis (syn. L. pulicarius), 6: 

183, 184; 14:329 4 , 330 3 . 
laticinctus, Hemiteles, 12:211. 

Microdus, 11:156. 
laticollis, Prionus, 1:330; 4:22; 11: 

268; 13:373. 
latiferreana, Carpocapsa, see Melli- 

sopus. 
Mellisopus (syn. Carpocapsa), 

4:153. 

latifrons, Helophilus (H. similis in 
error), 4:200; 7:228-34; 8:287, 297; 
9:440, 462; 14:349 8 , 372 9 , 374 4 . 
latipennis, Oecanthus, 5:312; 14: 

337 4 . 

Spilosoma, 9:455; 14:313 5 . 
latipes, Enchophyllum, see Campy- 

lenchia curvata. 
latistrins, Crambus, 1:150. 
latitarsus, Anthomyia, 1:171. 
latreillana, Ctenucha, see C. vir- 

ginica. 

Latreille, P. A., cited, 5:179; 
7:246; Die Bearbeitung der Tn- 
secten in Curiers Regne animal, 
cited, 2:102; Genera Crustaceorum 
et Insectorum secundwn ordinem de- 
posita cited, 8:155, 159; Histoire 
naturelle generate ct particuUere 
des Crustaces et des Insectes cited, 
3:133; 10:404; 11:240. 
Latzel, A., Myriopoden der Oestcr- 
reicn UngariscJien Monarchic cited, 
3:133. 

Laurel, Icerya purchasi on, 4:187. 
Laurent, P., cited, 12:248. 
Lauxania flaviceps, 9:462. 
Lawrence, R. H., insects from, 10: 

516. 
Lawson, George, insects from, 8: 

300. 

Lawton, I. H., observations on 
Cicada, 12:275, 280, 282. 



Lazenby, W. R., cited, 7:256. 
Leaf beetle, three lined, 1:32, 244, 
296; 2:132, 136; 9:457; 10:491; 11: 
286; 14:314 1 , 342 7 , 379. 
Leaf bug, four lined, 1:271-81; 4: 
200; 5:274; 10:512; 12:363; 14: 
336 3 , 350*. 

Leaf crurnpler, 1:329; 11:121, 266. 
Leaf cutter, 6:186; 12:359. 
Leaf hoppers, destructiveness, 2: 
30; general habits, 8:254; injuri- 
ous to wheat, 6:174; reference, 
14:353 8 ; remedies, 1:45; 2:30, 38; 
4:199; 5:302; 7:345; 8:255, 256; 
spray of cold water for, 7:345; 
spiders preying on, 10:430. 
Leaf miners, attacking hemlock, 4: 
20, 59-60; in beet leaves, 1:203-11; 
in marguerite leaves, 4:73-80; 
number on oak, 1:4; reference, 4: 
20, 207; 5:322; 9:376. 
Leaf mining Anthomyiidae, 2:46, 

225. 

Leaf roller, 1:57; 4:152; 7:355; 9: 
374; oblique banded, 1:329; 7:355; 
11:121, 266; 12:312. 
Leaf tyers, 1:57. 
Learned, W. L., insects from, 9:462; 

11:285. 
Leather beetles, 4:197, 198; 7:311; 

9:440; 14:348 7 , 374 4 . 
Leavell, J. M., cited, 7:247. 
Le Baron, William, cited, 2:148, 
228, 233, 271; 2:68; Insects of Illi- 
nois.-- Report, cited, 1:110, 228, 
233, 271; 2:68, 149, 168; 4:114, 155; 
5:227; 7:255, 279; 9:307, 317; 10: 
408; 12:235, 237. 

Lebia grandis, bibliography, 12:235; 
description, 12:236; distribution, 
12:237; figure of, 12:235; preying 
on potato beetle, 10:496; 12:235"- 
37; reference, 14:381, 399 5 . 
Lecanium, 1:301; 7:384; 8:215, 216, 

281; 10:497, 519; 14:370". 
acerella, see Pulvinaria innum- 

erabilis. 

acericola, see Pulvinaria. 
acericorticis, see Pulviuaria in- 

numerabilis. 

aceris, of Europe, 1:310. 
caricae, see Pulvinaria innumer- 

abilis. 

fitchii, 10:518. 
hesperidum, 2:32; 7:370; 10:512; 

11:222, 287; 13:374 7 . 
iimuniei abilis, see Pulvinaria. 
juglandifex, erroneous refer- 
ence of L. prunastri. 
juglandis, erroneous reference 
of L. pruuastri. 



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Lecanium liriodendri, 9:411. 

maclurae Auth, see Pulvinaria 

innumerabilis. 

maclurae Kenn, see Pulvinaria. 
nigrofasciatum (L. persicae, in 
error), 7:379, 380; 14:323 4 , 
323 7 . 

oleae, 1:332; 11:271. 
persicae, erroneous reference of 

L. nigrofasciatum. 
platycerii, 11:222. 
pruinosum, 11:271. 
prunastri (L. juglandis and L. 
juglandifex in error), 10:518; 
11:205-6, 271,278; 14:389 5 . 
pyri, 8:299; 11:271. 
salicis (syn. Coccus), 9:409, 411, 

413. 
species, 11:205, 222, 271; 12: 

363; 14:382 T . 
tiliae, see L. tulipiferae. 
tulipif erae (syn. L. tiliae, Coccus 
tiliae), 9:409, 411, 413; 10:518; 
11:222; 13:374 T . 

Le Conte, J. L., cited, 1:247, 254; 2: 
132, 139; 4:93, 103, 155; 5:231, 234; 
9:299, 300; 11:197; 12:243. 
Le Conte, J. L. and Horn, G. H., 
Rhyncliopliom of North America 
north of Mexico cited, 10:410; 12: 
269. 
Le Conte, J. L., Horn, G. H., and 

Leidy, Joseph, cited, 7:255. 
lecontei, Callimorpha, see Haploa. 
Haploa (syn. Callimorpha), 9: 

455; 11:264; 14:313. 
Lophyrus, 1:42; 10:515; 11:284. 
lecontella, Depressaria, 7:375; 14: 

321". 
lectularia, Acanthia, 1:62; 2:17, 

152; 9:458; 14:314*. 
lectularius, Cimex, see Acanthia lec- 
tularia. 

Lederer, J., cited, 11:138. 
Lee, Henry, insects from, 4:206. 
Lee, H. C., insects from, 8:298. 
Lee, L. M., insects from, 12:364. 
Leeming, H. D., insects from, 7:384. 
leguminicola, Cecidomyia, see Ceci- 

domyia leguminicola. 
Leidy, Joseph, Insects injurious to 
shade trees, Report to the council 
of Philadelphia cited, 6:147. 
Leigh, M. J., insects from, 11:286. 
Leistotrophus cingulatus, see Listo- 

trophus. 

Leland Stanford jr university, 
course in entomology at, 12:344. 
Lema trilineata (syn. Crioceris), 
1:32, 244, 322; 2:132-36; 
4:142, 207; 7:382; 9:457; 10: 
491, 517; 11:284, 286; 14314 1 , 
342 7 , 357% 379 5 . 



Lema trilineata var. tripunctata 

(syn. L. tripunctata), 2:134. 
tripunctata, see L. trilineata 

var. 

trivirgata, see L. trilineata. 
Lemon, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus nerii, 5:279; 8:215; 

11:204. 
Heraclides cresphontes (syn. 

Papilio), 9:337. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Lempriere, H. L., insects from, 7: 

382. 

Leng, C. W., cited, 4:93. 
lenis MS., Anthomyia, 1:195. 
Lentil, Bruchus lentis infesting, 7: 

285. 
Lentil weevil, 7:285, 288; 9:440; 14: 

374 8 . 
lentis, Bruchus, 7:285-88; 9:440; 14: 

374V 

Leonard, J. C., insects from, 10:512. 
leonardus, Anthomaster (syn. Pam- 

phila), 9:449; 14:311 8 . 
Pamphila, see Anthomaster. 
Leopard moth, 11:265, 275; 12:360; 

14:388 2 . 

great white, 12:183-89; 14:399". 
lepida, Xylina, 7:375; 14:307 8 , 321. 
Lepidoptera, classification, 1:78; 4: 
167, 190; 8:301; 9:465; collections 
of, 7:219, 374; 9:450,459; contribu- 
tions of, 4:205-7; 5:324; 6:186- 
87; 7:381-82; 8:296-97; 9:461-62; 
10:509-10, 515-16; 11:284, 285; 12: 
359, 360; dates of collection of, 
10:481-83; 14:393*; delayed pupa- 
tion in, 1:137-38; depredating on 
hemlock, 4:20-22; depredators on 
the apple tree, list of, 1 :327-30; 11 : 
264-67; 14:311; descriptions and 
notes of, 1:333; larvae of, living 
in pitch, 4:19; new sexual char- 
acter in pupae of some, 2:213; 
14:336 7 , 343 2 ; number of species 
of, 4:165, 181; reference, 1:17, 22, 
65, 320; 10:359, 463, 507; 11:106; 
12:352; sense organs of, 1:69-71; 
4:180; species treated of, 1:81, 
167, 333-41; 2:57-110; 3:93-96; 4: 
48-60, 151-54; 5:174, 221, 258-62; 
7:225-28, 302-7; 8:129-40; 9:336- 
42; 10:369-86; 11:126-62, 289; 12: 
183-222; 13:342 6 -51 3 ; studies in, 
4:11, 164. 
Lepidosaphes conchirormis, see 

Mytilaspis pomorum. 
lepidus, Anthrenus, see A. scroph- 

ulariae var. 

Lepinotus piceus (syn. Clothilla), 2: 
201. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Lepisma domestica, see Thermobia 

furnorum. 

species, 10:513; 11:252, 13:375. 
Lepismatidae, 1:79; 2:207. 
Leptidae, 4:174. 

Leptocoris trivittatus, abundance, 
10:435; bibliography, 4:156; 10: 
432, 433; cannibalistic habits, 10: 
434, 435; contributions of, 4:208; 
11:287; description, 4:157; distri- 
bution, 4:158; 10:436, 437; food 
plants, 4:157, 158; food supply, 
10:436; habits, 10:438; reference, 
4:193; 10:503, 505; 11:270, 283; 
12:352; 14:347 4 , 358 2 , 385 9 , 387 2 , 
391 1 , 393 1 ; remedies, 10:438, 439; 
spread, 10:433, 434, 437. 
Leptqcorisa trivittata, see Lepto- 
coris trivittatus. 
Leptodesmus, 14:391 T . 

falcatus, 12:300-3; 13:375 5 ; 14: 

308 T . 
Leptoglossus oppositus, 3:141, 153; 

14:346 T . 

phyllopus, 1:268; 3:153; 14:346 T . 
Leptostylus, prickly, 1:304, 331; 11: 

268. 

spotted, 11:269. 
Leptostylus aculiferus, 1:304, 331; 

11:268. 

macula, 11:269. 
Leptura canadensis, 4:20, 23. 

scalaris, see Bellamira. 
Lepturges facetus (syn. Liopus), 1: 

331; 11:269. 
Lepyr-onia, 4:120; 5:245. 

parallela, see Aphrophora. 
quadrangularis (syn. Aphro- 
phora), 1:285; 4:121; 5:245; 9: 
393. 

saratogensis, see Aphrophora. 
Lestophonus iceryae, 6:105. 
Letchworth, William, insects from, 

10:513. 
Lettuce, insects injurious to; 

Peridroma saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:205. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 

simplex, 10:487; 14:378 2 . 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Lettuce fly, 1:191. 
Leucania, 1:71; 9:457. 

albilinea, 4:56; 8:291; 10:482, 
490, 509; 12:310, 356; 13:372 3 ; 
14:315 8 , 379 s , 379 9 , 395 2 . 
harveyi, see L. albilinea. 
lapldaria, see L. multilinea. 
multilinea (syn. L. lapidaria), 

1 :340. 

pallens, 1:340; 4:206. 
phragmitidicola, 1:340. 
pseudargyria, 1:340; 10:482. 



Leucania species, 14:314 2 . 

unipuncta, bibliography, 12:190- 
94; description of various 
stages, 12:200-2; figures, 
12, plates, 2, 3, and 4, fig. 2; 
food habits, 12:205-6; life 
history and habits, 12:202-5, 
207; natural agents control- 
ling, 12 :208; number of genera- 
tions, 12:206-7; parasites, 
1:146; 7:376; 12:209-11; pre- 
daceous enemies, 12:208-9; 
preventives and remedies, 12: 
211-14; pupation, 12:206; 
ravages in New York state, 
12:194-98, 199, 309-10; rav- 
ages in other states, 12:198; 
reference, 1:100, 131, 134; 2: 
43; 6:176; 7:373; 8:293; 10: 
482, 490, 519; 12:352, 353, 356, 
360; 14:316", 320 8 , 322 2 , 325 7 , 
379 3 , 393 8 , 393 9 , 394 1 , 394 2 , 
395 2 , 399'; remedies, 1:33, 53, 
58; 12:211-14. 
leucaniae, Carcelia, see Winthemia 

4-pustulata. 
Ichneumon, 12:211. 
Nemoraea, see Winthemia 4- 

pustulata. 
Leucanthemum vulgare, see Daisy, 

ox eye. 

Leucopis griseola, 11:164. 
leucopterus, Blissus, see Blissus 

leucopterus. 
Lygaeus, see Blissus. 
Micropus, see Blissus. 
Rhyparochromus, see Blissus. 
leucostigma, Notolophus, see Notol- 

ophus leucostigma. 
Orgyia, see Notolophus. 
leucozonata, Glypta, 11:156. 
Lewis, P. C., insects from, 11:287. 
Lewis, Richard, insects from, 9:462. 
libatrix, Gonoptera, see Scoliopteryx. 
Scoliopteryx (syn. Gonoptera), 
1:340; 8:109, 171-72; 9:4"0, 
456; 10:497; 14:313 7 , 382. 
Libellulidae, 2:178, 213. 
liberta, Chalcophora, 11:285. 
Liburnia arvensis (syn. Delphax), 

9:386, 410. 
Lichens, insects on; 

Megilla maculata, 4:81. 
Psocus venosus. 1:161. 
Licorice (extract), Sitodrepa panicea 

in, 4:92. 

Life zones, range of insects limited 
by, 11:179, 180; upper austral, 
11:102, 180, 181. 
ligata, Lioderma (syn. Pentatoma), 

4:20, 25; 10:432. 
Pentatoma, see Lioderma. 
Systena, see S. taeniata. 



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Lightning bug, 1:78; 4:85; 11:175. 
ligneus, Otiorhynchus^ see O.ovatus. 
lignicolor, Hadena, see Xylophasia. 
Xylophasia (syn. Hadena), 9: 

456; 14:316 6 . 

ligniperda, Cossus, erroneous refer- 
ence of Tliyridopteryx epliemerae- 
formis. 
Ligyrus relictus, 4:204; 8:298; 10: 

506; 12:313; 14:341 8 , 387 s . 
Lilac, insects injurious to; 

Mytilaspis pomorum, 7:384; 10: 

518; 11:287. 

Podosesia syringae, 9:461. 
Promethea moth, 1 :70. 
Lily, insects injurious to; 

Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:112; 8:191. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 10:438. 
Myriapoda, 9:371, 372, 441. 
limacina, Eriocampoides (syn. 
Selandria cerasi), 1:42, 60; 9:335; 
14:375 2 , 383 6 . 

Linaacodes, delayed pupation, 1 :137. 
pithecium, see Phobetron. 
scapha, see Eulimacodes. 
limbata, Ania (syn. Nematocampa 
filamentaria), 3:136; 4:206; 9:456; 
11:266; 14:313 7 . 
limbatus, Brachytarsus, 2:141. 
Lime, scale insect on, 1:43. 
Lime tree winter moth, 1:329; 11: 

266. 

limenitidis, Apanteles, 12:210. 
Limenitis arthemis, sec Basilarchia. 
disippus, see Basilarchia archip- 

pus. 
Ursula, see Basilarchia astya- 

nax. 
liminaris, Phloeotribus, see Phloeo- 

tribns liminaris. 
limitata, Pandemis, 10:483. 
Limneria fugitiva (syn. Banchus), 
1:320; 2:41; 3:90, 140, 150; 
5:198; 7:381; 14:346 1 , 352 3 . 
oxylus, 12:211. 
Limnophilidae, 6:189. 
Limnophilus, 7:316. 
Limnophora species, Chernes on, 3: 

142. 

Limonius agonus, 11:285. 
auripilis, 7:351. 
confusus, 6:188; 7:351, 361; 13: 

373 3 ; 14:365 6 . 
4-maculatus, 7:351. 
Limotettix exitiosa (syn. Cicadula), 

6:174; 14:324 5 , 324 8 . 
Limothrips, 11:247. 
poaphagus, 5:153. 
species, erroneous reference of 

Thrips tabaci. 

tritici, erroneous reference of 
Thrips tabaci. 



Lina scripta, see Melasoma. 
tremulae, see Melasoma. 
linceci, Cerniatia, see Scutigera. 
Lincecum, Gideon, cited, 1:264. 
Lindemann, K., Die am Getreide Le- 
lendcn Thripsarten Hittelrusslands 
cited, 11:249; Schadlichsten Insek- 
teu des Tabak in Bessarabien cited, 
11:242. 

Linden, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:223. 
Chrysobothris femorata, 6:197. 
Clastoptera obtusa, 8:152, 299. 
Ennomos subsignarius, 1:229; 2: 

76. 

gall mites, 10:457. 
Lecanium tulipiferae (syn. L. 

tiliae), 9:411, 413. 
Mytilaspis pomoruni, 11:202. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:76, 77. 
Phyrnata wolffli (syn. P. erosa), 

3:109. 

Plagionotus speciosus, 11;280. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6: 

142, 143. 

Sciara tilicola, 5:265. 
Tliyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Linden borer, 12:245. 
Linden moth, snow white, 1:329; 2: 

76; 11:266. 
linearis, Coreus, see Lygus praten- 

sis. 

Gordius, 4:125. 

Phytocoris, see Lygus pratensis. 
lineata, Cercopis, see Ptyelus linea- 

tus. 
Chlorops, of Europe, 1:226; 4: 

72. 

Cicada, see Ptyelus lineatus. 
Deilephila, 1:119, 327; 5:175; 9: 
451; 10:508, 519; 11:264; 14: 
309 s . 

Hypoderma (syn. H. bonassi,H. 
bovis in error), 1:299; 6:111- 
12, 114-15; 13:364; 14:349', 
367 7 , 396 6 . 

lineatella, Anarsia (syn. A. prui- 
nella), 1:151-56; 6:173; 7:369, 375; 
11:267; 14:316, 318 4 , 320 8 , 324 3 , 
335. 

lineatus, Agriotes, of Europe, 1:46. 
Lygaeus, see Poecilocapsus. 
Lygus, see Poecilocapsus. 
Phytocoris, see Poecilocapsus. 
Poecilocapsus (syn. Capsus 4- 
vittatus, Lygaeus Lygus, 
Phytocoris, P. bellus, P. 4- 
vittatus), 1:271-81; 4:200; 5: 
273; 10:512; 11:284; 12:363; 
14:336 3 , 349 T , 350 4 , 363 4 . 



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503 



lineatus, Ptyelus (syn. Cercopis, 
Cicada), 4:120; 5:345; 7:383; 
14:357 7 . 
Sitona (syn. Sitones), European 

pea weevil, 1:49. 
Sitones, see Sitona. 
Xyloterus (syn. X. bivittatus), 

2:54. 

lineola, Hesperia, see Thymelicus. 
Tabanus, 9:462. 
Thymelicus (syn. Hesperia), 4: 

127. 
lineolaris, Lygus, see L. pratensis. 

Phytocoris, see Lygus pratensis. 
lineolata, Catabena (syn. Adipso- 

phanes miscellus-), 10:482. 
var. cerasi, Cremastogaster 
(syn. C. cerasi), 10:365-66, 
491; 14:379*. 
Linnaca entomologica cited, 11:162, 

164. 

Linnaean scientific association of 
New Jersey state normal school, 
14:306 2 . 

Linnaean society, Journal cited, 11: 
240; Transactions cited, 5:246; 11: 
240. 

Linnaeus, Carolus, Amoenitas Acad- 
emicae cited, 8:155; Fauna Suecica 
cited, 1:191, 239; 4:120; 9:299; 
Museum S. R. Ludovicae Ulricae 
Reginae cited, 1:232; 11:174; 
Sy 'sterna naturae, cited, 1:191, 232; 
2:164; 167, 187, 198, 208; 3:133; 4: 
101, 120, 158; 5:227, 234; 8:155, 
159; 9:299; 10:416, 430; 11:109, 
134; 12:248; 13:351 4 . 
Linsley, J. G., insects from, 8:296, 

297; 10:515; 13:373 7 . 
Lintner, J. A., bibliography of ento- 
mologic publications, 14:308 8 - 
400 5 ; cited, 1:81, 99, 111, 116, 127, 
149, 152, 157, 163, 207, 216, 221, 
228, 233, 239, 247, 254, 264, 281; 2: 
57, 69, 90, 97, 118, 142, 145, 149. 
165, 180, 188, 208: 4:28. 30, 57, 63, 
80, 103, 115, 128, 151, 155, 150, 159; 
5:164. 184, 193, 201, 207, 213, 216, 
220, 227, 231, 234, 246; 6:147:7:227), 
228, 256, 296, 321; 8:129, 141, 152; 
9:299, 300, 307, 309, 318, 330; 1O: 
378, 388, 408, 411, 416, 433, 454, 
478; 11:109, 127, 134, 146, 152. 
160, 162, 165, 177, 182. 233, 241, 
242, 249; 12:190, 214. 218, 230, 235, 
238, 243, 248, 253, 264, 265, 268, 
273, 290, 292; 13:338 8 , 340 s , 343*, 
352 2 ; memberships in learned so- 
cieties, 14:305 2 -6 5 ; new species de- 
scribed by, 14:306 5 -8 7 ; notice of 
life, 14:303 1 -5 1 ; 

publications, lists of; 3:142-54; 
4:193-204; 5:299-323; 6:165-85; 7: 



357-80; 8:278-89, 290-95; 9:439-45, 
446-59; 10:484-506, 507-8; 1 1:272- 
83; 12:347-57; 13 :364 1 -70 9 ; 14:308 7 - 
400 5 ; Annual address of the presi- 
dent of tJie Entomological club of 
the American association for the ad- 
vancement of science, 4:17283; 
Entomological contributions cited, 
1:99, 116; 2:213; 4:57; 5: 
184, 193, 201, 207; 8:290; 9: 

299, 300, 448, 449, 450, 451, 
452, 453, 455, 456, 457; 13:343 4 , 
348 9 ; 14:306, 306 7 , 306 s , 307 1 , 307', 
307 3 , 307 5 , 307 8 , 307 7 , 307 s , 307 a , 
311 5 , 312 1 , 313 1 , 319 3 , 321 1 ; Descrip- 
tions and notes of Lepidoptcra, 1: 
333-41; Description of a new spe- 
cies of Eudamus, 1:338-39; Ento- 
mological reports of Dr Asa Fitch, 
1:291-325; Insect depredators upon 
the apple tree, 1:327-32; 11:263-72; 
Insects of New York, Report cited, 
2:90; 4:20; 5:164, 207, 216, 234; 6: 
184; 7:242, 247, 256, 296, 321, 324; 
8:133, 152, 160, 166, 169; 9:299, 

300, 318, 330; 10:<5<8, 388, 408, 
416, 433, 454, 478; 11:109, 126, 
127, 134, 142, 146, 152, 157, 160, 
162, 165, 177, 182, 241, 242, 251; 
(12:190, 214, 218, 235, 238, 243, 248, 
253, 264, 265, 268, 273, 290; 292; 
13:340 8 . 343 4 , 352 2 , 360, 360; 14: 
307 8 , 308 1 , 308 2 , 308 3 , 308 4 , 308 6 , 
308V327 4 , 330 2 , 335 3 , 352-; Late ex- 
periences u'ith insects Injurious to 
the orcliard and garden, 7:342-56; 
Mosquito, 12:319-35; 14:399"; New 
sexual character in pupae of some 
Lepidoptcra, 2:213-17; On an cyu 
parasite of the currant saic fin, 2: 
217-21; On some species of 'Xixoni- 
ades, 1:333-37; On the life duration 
of the Hetcrocera (moths), 1:339-41; 
Our insect enemies and hoir to meet 
them, 8:258-77; 14:360'; Plea for 
entomological study. 12:336-45; 14: 
399"; Present state of entomological 
science in United States, 4:l(>.".-72: 
Report of the ( 1 iniunittcc on enlonio- 
loyy (West. N. Y. hort. sue.), 9: 
414-21, 422-37; Report on sonir in- 
jurious insects of the .near 1878, 
cited, 1:152, 2:5.".; Sonu- dextrin-tire 
shade tire pest*, 14:388'; Sonic in- 
jurious ///.srr/x of Massachusetts, 8: 
227-57; 14 :343 4 ; Some pcxt* of the 
ponioloffiat, 4:183-92; 14:352 7 ; Win- 
ter insects of eastern \eir York 
(Fitch). 2:235-44. 

lintneri, Tyroglyphus, 10:452-53; 

12:352; 14-.393 8 . 
Lintneria, see Systasia. 



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Lioderma ligata (syn. Pentatoma), 

4:20, 25; 10:432. 
Liopus alpha (syn. Sternidius), 1: 

331; 11:269. 
facetus, see Lepturges. 
liparops, Thecla (syn. T. strigosa), 
1:327; 4:137; 7:219; 11:264; 14: 
357 8 . 
Liposcelis museorum, see Atropos 

divinatoria. 
Lipura ambulans, 2:209. 

fimetaria, see Aphorura arinata. 
Lipurinae, 11:253. 
liriodendri, Lecanium, 9:411. 
Lissonota frigida, see Lampronota. 
Lithacodes fasciola, see Tortricidia. 
lithargyrellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Lithobius americanus, see L. forfi- 

catus. 
forflcatus (syn. L. americanus), 

4:208. 

Lithocharis, 4:175. 
Litliocolletis crataegella, see L. 

pomifoliella. 
curvilineatella, see Bucculatrix 

pomifoliella. 
fitchella, 1:156. 
geininatella, see Ornix. 
pomifoliella (syn. L. cratae- 
gella), 1:330; 11:267. 
robiniella (syn. Argyromiges 

pseudacaciella), 1 :309. 
Litorella, Peridroma saucia (syn. 

Agrotis) on, 5:205. 
Little, J. P., insects from, 3:140. 
Little, Malcolm, insects from, 8: 

297; 10:517. 
Little, Mrs S. A., insects from, 8: 

297; 10:517. 

Little, W. S., insects from, 8:298. 
Livia femoralis, 9:404, 411. 

Vernalis, 9:404, 411. 
lividipennis, Homalota, 5:303; 14: 

354 2 

Liviinae, 9:411. 
Livingston, Clermont, observations 

on Cicada, 12:286. 
Livingston, R. R., insects from, 10: 

512. 
Lixus concavus, 1:260; 9:463; 10: 

511. 

paraplecticus, of Europe, 1:260. 
rubellus, 1:260. 
Lochmaea crataegi (syn. Galeruca 

sanguinea), 11:197. 
Lochner, ,T. A., Co., insects 

from, 10:517. 
Lockwood, J. L., insects from, 9: 

461. 
Lockwood, Samuel, cited, 5:234. 



Locust, classification, 1:79; destruc- 
tiveness of, 2:156; 6:151-53; 
9:297; 10:439-43; egg parasite 
of, 1:182; histological studies 
of, 4:167; Mantis preying on, 
4:158, 161; name improperly 
applied to Cicadas, 5:318; 6: 
153; 9:333; reference, 1:52; 
remedies, 1:40, 50, 51; 2:36; 
9:444-45; special reports on 
(reference), 4:176-77; species 
treated of, 6:151-53; 9:330-34; 
10 :439-45 ; transformations , 
9:332; winter appearance, 9: 
330-31, 439. 

coral winged, 8:300. 

devastating, 11:272. 

green striped, 2:187-98, 223; 9: 
298, 330-34, 439; 10:498; 11: 
271; 14:342 9 , 373 9 , 383 6 . 

lesser migratory, 10:440; 11: 
271. 

pellucid, 11:271. 

red legged, 11:272. 

Rocky mountain, Anthomyian 
parasite of, 1:168, 181-84; de- 
predations, 1:332; 10:439-40; 
flights of, 1:13-14; loss caused 
by, estimated, 1:7; Mantis 
preying on, 4:161; number of 
generations of, 2:196; 9:332; 
operations against, 7:338-40; 
reference, 1:17, 18, 193, 195; 
2:192, 193; 4:165, 177, 192; 
10:496; 11:271; remedies, 1: 
50. 

17-year, see Cicada, 17-year. 

Shoshone, 11:271. 

13-year, see Cicada, 13-year. 

two striped, 11:272. 
Locust egg Anthomyian, see "Wheat 

fly, deceptive. 
Locust Hispa (Odontota dorsalis), 

1:309, 320. 

Locust leaf miners, 1:309. 
Locust mite, 8:179-80; 10:497; 14: 

372 9 , 382 2 . 
Locust tree, insects injurious to; 

Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 

Ctenucha virginica, 1:317. 

Cyllene robiniae, 1:317; 7:363: 
*8:175, 176. 

Enchenopa binotata, 1:287. 

Heteropacha rileyana, 2:40. 

Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 

Lycia cognataria (syn. Amph< 
dasys), 2:98. 

Macrobasis unicolor, 12:315. 

Neoclytus erythrocephalus, 12: 
. 246. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



505 



Locust tree, insects injurious to; 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 

Odontota dorsalis (syn. Anop- 
litis scutellaris), 1:309, 320; 
12:265-66; 13:374\ 
Poinphopoea sayi, 6:136. 
Prionoxystus robiniae (syu. 

Cossus), 9:426. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6: 

143. 

Thelia bimaculata, 9:392. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84; 10:494. 
black, Ecpantheria ocularia (syn. 

E. scribonia) on, 12:189. 
honey, insects injurious to; 

Cyllene robiniae (syn. Clytus), 
, 1:317. 

Enchenopa, 4:203. 
Heteropacha rileyana, 2:40. 
Macrobasis unicolor, 12:362. 
Megilla maculata, 4:83. 
Locust tree borer, 1:317; 2:223; 7: 
363; 8:175, 363; 1O:504; 13:360 5 ; 
14:366. 
Locusta viridifasciata, see Chorto- 

phaga. 
locustarum, Trombidium, 8:111, 

179-80, 287; 10:497; 14:372 9 , 382 2 . 
Lodeman, E. G., cited, 9:318. 
Loew, Franz, cited, 11:162, 164; 12: 

229. 

Loew, Herman, cited, 9:309; Diptera 
Americae septentrionalis indigena, 
cited, 1:216; 7:228; Neue Beitrdge 
zur Kenntniss der Psylliden cited, 
9:317. 

Loew, Herman and Osten Sacken, 

C. R., Monographs of Diptera of 

North America cited, 2:117; 4:63; 

10:388, 404. 

London pride, Poecilocapsus linea- 

tus on, 1:277. 

Long, A. S., insects from, 7:383. 
Long stings, 4:40; 5:311; 8:163-66; 

11:279. 
black, 4:37; 5:305; 13:367", 371 3 ; 

14:333 7 , 355 2 , 397 6 . 
lunate, 4:35-41; 5:311; 8:108, 
162-66; 10:497; 12:262, 359; 
14:337 2 , 357 4 , 382*. 
Longicorn beetles, 4:20, 23; 9:358, 

427, 431, 435. 
longicornis, Ascalaphus, 11:239, 

240, 241. 
Diabrotica, 4:82; 11:269; 12: 

348; 14:391'. 
longifilis, Dactylopius, see D. adoni- 

dum. 

longior, Tyroglyphus (syn. Acarus 
horridus), 3:130; 5:292; 6:190; 11: 
256; 13:364'. 



longipalpoides, Gamasus, 11:259. 
longipennis, Gryllotalpa, see G. 

Columbia. 
Trypeta, 3:137. 
longipes, Ernesa, 6:189; 13:374 8 . 

Sciara, 5:265. 

longolobatus, Gordius, 4:125. 
Lonicera tartarica, see Honeysuckle, 

Tartarian. 

Lophoderus triferana, 1:329; ll:2(iir. 
Lophyrus abietis, 1:42. 

lecontei, 1:42; 10:515; 11:284. 
lorata, Sabulodes (syn. Tetracis), 3: 

140; 10:483. 

Tetracis, see Sabulodes. 
Lord, E. J., insects from, 7:382. 
Los Angeles (Gal.) horticultural 
commission, Report quoted, 11: 
209. 

lotis, Lycaena, 7:374; 14:306 6 , 321 4 . 
Lounsbury, C. P., cited, 12:193, 293; 

referred to, 11:105. 
Love, E. G., cited, 12:273. 
Lowe, J. R., insects from, 10:519. 
Lowe, V. H., cited, 11:178; 12:193, 
208; insects from, 12:362; 13:373". 
Lowell, John, cited, 1:227. 
Lowell institute, lectures of, 12: 

344. 
Loxostege chortalis (syn. Eury- 

creon), 11:284. 
obliteralis (syn. Botis marcu- 

-lenta), 10:483. 

similalis (syn. Eurycreon ran- 
talis), 1:329; 6:182; 11:266; 
14:329 8 . 

Lozotaenia afflictana, 10:483. 
lubricalis, Pseudaglossa, 1:340; 11: 

284. 
Lucanus dama, 1:330; 4:180, 207; 

11:268, 284; 12:362. 
Lucas, Hippolyte, cited, 2:136; 4: 

151; 11:177. 

Lucerne, insects injurious to; 
Heliothis armiger, 1:121. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agro- 

tis), 5:205. 
lucia, Lycaena, sec Cyaniris pseu- 

dargiolus var. 

lucicola, Anomala (syn. A, atrata, 
A. moerens, A. pinicola, 
Melolontha, M. atrata, M. 
moerens), 1:307; 5:305, 325; 
10:408-10; 12:352; 13:373; 
14:355 2 , 393 s . 
var. maculicollis, Anomala (syn. 

A. maculicollis), 1:307. 
Melolontha, see Anomala luci- 
cola. 
lucifuga, Cucullia, 9:450. 



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Lucilia cadaverina, see Pyrellia. 

caesar, 1:69, 299; 4:180; 12:210. 
macellaria (syn. Campsomyia), 

1:62, 343. 

lucilins, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 
336; 7:375; 9:449; 14:306 S 7 
311 7 , 321 5 . 

lucipara, Euplexia, 10:482. 
luctuosus, Gryllus, 8:110, 179, 300; 

10:497; 14:382?. 

Lugger, Otto, cited, 7:247; 10:433; 
11:182; 12:193, 335; insects from, 
7:381; referred to, 12:251. 
lugubris, Pemphredon, of Europe, 

8:163. 

lumbricoides, Ascaris, 9:298. 
Lumbricus terrestris (earth worm), 

7:378; 14:322 9 . 
Lumsden, G. R., insects from, 9: 

462. 
luna, Actias, see Tropaea. 

Tropaea (syn. Actias), 2:39, 3: 
140; 5:188; 9:455, 456; 10:481, 
509, 515; 14:313 3 , 313 8 . 
lunata, Homoptera, (syn. II. 
sauudersii, Noctua, Phala- 
ena), 4:57-59: 5:315; 7:375; 
14:321 7 , 338 7 , 357 6 . 
var. edusa, Homoptera (syn. 
H. edusa, Noctua, Phalaena 
and Erebus edusa), 4:57, 59; 
7:375; 14:321 7 . 
Mycetophila, 10:392. 
Noctua, see Homoptera. 
Phalaena, see Homoptera. 
lunatifrons MS., Anthomyia, 1:195. 
lunator, Ichneumon, see Thalessa. 
Pimpla, see Thalessa. 
Rhyssa, see Thalessa. 
Thalessa (syn. Ichneumon, 
Pimpla, Rhyssa), 2:227; 4:35- 
41, 205; 5:305, 311; 6:186; 8: 
108, 163-66; 9:454; 1O:497;11: 
279; 12:262, 359; 14:332 5 ,337 2 , 
355 3 , 357*, 382 4 , 389 6 . 
Luperina passer (syn. Hadena), 10: 

482. 
Lupines, Mecyna reversalis on, 11: 

142. 

lutea, Phora, 10:403. 
luteata, Eupithecia, see Tephro- 

clystis. 
Tephroclystis (syn. Eupithecia), 

4:20. 

luteicoma, Acronycta, 1:328; 11:205. 
luteola, Galerucella, see Elm leaf 

beetle. 

lutescens, Aulacomerus, see Trichi- 
ocampus viminalis. 



Lycaena comyntas, see Everes. 
lotis, 7:374; 14:306 6 , 321 4 . 
lucia, see Cyaniris pseudargi- 

olns var. 
neglecta, see Cyaniris pseud- 

irgiolus var. 

pseudargiolus, see Cyaniris. 
lycaon, Apatura, see Chlorippe celtis. 
Lyceum of natural history of New 

York, 14:305 4 . 

Lycia cognataria (syn. Aniphida- 
sys, Eubyia), 2:97-101, 227; 
9:456; 11:266; 14:313 7 , 332 s , 
342 5 . 

ursaria (syn. Biston), 3:136. 
Lycomorpha pholus, 9:450. 
Lyctinae, 2:132. 
Lyctus opaculus, 2:130. 
Lygaeidae, 2:148; 11:188, 189. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syn. 
Nematus), appearance in United 
States, 5:166; bibliography, 5: 
164; detailed account, 5:164-73; 
hibernated insect from Cherry 
Valley, N. Y., 5:170-71; in Europe, 
5:166; injuries, 5:171-72; 7:367; 
8:168-69; observations in Hamil- 
ton county, 5:168-70; occurrence 
in New York, 5:166-68; reference, 
4:205; 5:324; 7:335; 8:108; 1O:497; 
14:362 5 , 368 s , 382 5 ; remedies, 5: 
172-73; spread of, 4:16; 5:166. 
Lygaeus leucopterus, sec Blissus. 
lineatus, see Poecilocapsus. 
succinctus, see Largus. 
trivittatus, see Leptocoris. 
turcicus, 2:166. 
Lygranthoecia niarginata, see Schi- 

nia. 

rivulosa, see Schinia marginata. 
Lygus invitus, 7:348; 8:105, 125, 

299. 

lineatus, see Poecilocapsus. 
lineolaris, see L. pratensis. 
pratensis (syn. Cimex, Capsus 
oblineatus, Coreus linearis, 
Lygus* lineolaris, Phytocoris 
linearis, P. lineolaris.), biblio- 
graphy, 13:351 4 -53 9 ; descrip- 
tion, 13:355 4 -56 6 ; distribution, 
13:357 2 ; economic aspect, 13: 
354 3 ; figure, 13:356 4 ; injuries 
in peach nurseries, 13:354 7 - 
55 4 ; life history and habits, 
13:356 7 -57 1 ; nursery inspec- 
tion, 13:357 3 ; reference, 5: 
275, 326; 6:189; 8:105, 125, 
285, 291; 9:375; 11:270; 12: 
263; 14:315*, 372 1 , 400 4 . 
Lyman, G. T., insects from, 5:325; 
8:298; 9:464; 11:286; 12:362; 
reference, 13:359*. 



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507 



Lymexylou navale, 4:195. 
Lyons, J. D., insects from, 11:286. 
Lyperosia irritans, see Haematobia 

serrata. 

serrnta, sec Haematobia. 
Lysiphiebus cucnrbitaphidis, 1 1 :167. 
Lytrosis unitaria (syn. Hemer- 

ophila), 10:483. 
Lytta atrata, sec Epicauta pennsyl- 

vanica. 
margiiiata, see Epicauta cin- 

erea. 
murina, see Macrobasis uni- 

color. 

nuttalli, sec Cantharis. 
s i.vi, sfc Pomphopnea. 
vesicatoria (syn. Cantharis), 5: 

305; 6:131, 133; 14:354. 
v'ittata, see Epicauta. 

Mabee, Jerome, insects from, 7:382. 
macaira, Pyrgus (syn. P. oceanus), 

1:336. 
McAllister, W., insects from, 10: 

509. 

Macaria, scent organs in, 1 :72. 
Macaroni, Calandra oryzae in, 13: 

374 3 . 
macaronius, Ascalaphus, see A. 

hungaricus. 

McCann, J. D., insects from, 10:516. 
McCarthy, Gerald, cited, 10:454; 
11:146; 12:193, 268; referred to, 
12:270. 
McCook, H. C., quoted, 12:181-82. 

McDougal, , insects from, 9:462. 

macellaria, Campsoinyia, see Luci- 

lia. 
Lucilia (syn. Campsomyia), 1: 

62, 343. 
MacGillivray, A. D., cited, 11:251; 

13:338 T ; reference, 13:335 6 . 
McHarg, J. N., insects from, 12:360. 
McLachlan, Robert, cited, 2:198, 

203; 10:477; 11:240. 
McLeay, W. S., 2:136. 
macleayanus. Ascalaphus, 11:240. 
Macloskie, G., quoted, 12:329; re- 
ferred to, 12:324. 

Madura aurantiaca, sec Osage or- 
ange. 

maclurae, Coccus, see Pulvinaria. 
Lecanium, see Pulvinaria m- 

numerabilis. 

Pulvinaria, see P.innumerabilis. 
maclurae Kenn., Lecanium, see 

Pulvinaria. 

Pulvinaria (syn. Coccus, Lecan- 
ium), 1:301; 6:142, 143. 
macmurtrei, Prionoxystus (syn. 
Cossus querciperda), 2:216; 7:220, 
375; 14:322*. 



McNaughton, Anna, insects from, 4- 

207. 

McNeil, Jerome, cited, 7:297; 9:330. 
Mac-en, L. S., insects from, 6:187, 

190. 

Macquart, Jean, Diptcres c.roti(jucs 
ou peu eonnus cited, 1:211; 2:116; 
Histoire naturelle des insectes, Dip- 
feres cited. 1:207; '5:220; 8:140; 9- 
309; 10:387, 404; 12:229. (Also 
cited as Suites ft Buffon). 
Macrobasis fabricii, sec M. unicolor. 
unicolor (syn. M. fabricii, Lytta 
murina), 1:32, 57, 331; 5:305, 
321; 8:290-91; 10:511; 11:269, 
286; 12:315, 356, 362; 14:315 2 , 
341 4 , 354, 395 2 . 
Macrodactylus, derivation of name, 

1:227-28. 

subspinosus (syn. Melolontha), 
bibliography, 1:227-28; char- 
acteristics, 1:231; classifica- 
tion and description, 1:228- 
29; detailed account, 1:227- 
32; food plants, 1:129-30; 
habits, 2:48-49; 7:346-47; nat- 
ural history, 1:231; ravages, 
1:230-31; 2:225; 4:14-15, 142, 
198; 5:154; 6:166; reference, 
1:307, 330; 4:207; 6:175; 9: 
462; 10:511; 11:173, 268; 12: 
362; 14.:325 4 , 331 9 , 336 1 , 349 4 , 
350 2 , 357, 359 5 ; remedies, 1: 
"Si. 231-32; 4:198; 8:200-2; 9: 
418. 

uniformis, 11:268. 
Macronoxia variolosa, see Poly- 

phylla. 

Macrops indistinctus, 10:517. 
Macropsis, 9:400. 
Macrosila quinquemaculata, see 

Phlegethontius. 
Macrurocampa marthesia (syu. 

Heterocampa), 10:481. 
.macrurum, Ophion, 7:228. 
macula, Leptostylus, 11:269. 
maculalis, Dtsmia, see D. funeralis. 
macnlat'i, Coccinella, see Megilla. 
Halisidota, 1:328; 11:264. 
Hippodamia, sec Megilla. 
Megilla (syn. Coccinella, C. 10- 
maculata, Hippodamia), 2: 
233, 234; 4:80-84; 10:511; 11: 
181; 14:336 6 , 357 s . 
Psoa, 11:268. 
Vespa, 1:330; 5:285; 7:229; 9: 

461; 11:264. 

maculatus, Ceuthophilus, 12:363. . 
Emphytus, sec Harpiphorus. 
Harpiphorus (syn. Emphytus), 
1:42; 13:336 7 . 



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maculatus, Hyperplatys, 1:331; 6: 

188; 11:2G9. 
Pyrgus, see Scelothrlx. 
Raphitelus. 4:105. 
Scelothrix (syn. Pyrgus), 1:336. 
maculicollis, Anomala, see A. luci- 

cola var.*, 

Clastoptera, subspecies, 9:394. 
mnculipeimis, Idiocerus, 9:399. 

Stenobothrus, see Orpbulella 

pelidna. 

inaculosa, Panorpa, 10:464, 465. 
Macy, A. M., insects from, 8:298. 
Magazine of natural history (Lou- 
don's), cited, 1:172; 7:279. 
Magdalis aenescens, 11:270. 

armicollis, 12:246. 
niagnarius, Ennomos, 9:456; 11: 

266; 14:313 7 . 
Magnolia, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus nerii, 8:215; 11:204. 
Leptocoris trivittata, 4:158. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 13:374 9 . 
Magnolia scale, 10:518. 
maia, Hemileuca, 1:328; 2:40, 75; 
3:91; 4:52; 195; 5:186; 9:448, 456; 
11:265; 14:311 6 , 313, 347 8 . 
Maia moth, 1 :328. 

Maine state college, course in ento- 
mology at, 12:344. 
major, Datana, 8:296. 
Malachidae, injuring apple trees, 

11:267. 

malaria, Balsa (syn. Nolophana), 1: 
328; 11:265; 12:312, 356; 14: 
395 2 . 

Eccopsis, see Exartema. 
Exartema (syn. Eccopsis.), 1: 

329; 11:121, 266. 

Nolophana, see Balsa. 

malefida, Agrotis, see Feltia. 

Feltia (syn. Agrotis), 8:236. 
mail, Aphis, see Aphis mali. 

Crypturgus, see Monarthrum. 
Erythroneura, see Typhlocyba. 
Molobrus, see Sciara. 
Monarthrum (syn. Crypturgus. 
Tomicus), 1:331; 7:316, 317, 
370; 9:440; 11:270; 14:318 6 , 
i 374". 
Myzoxylus, see Schizoneura 

lanigera. 
Phlaeothrips, 1 :332 ; 11 :248, 

271. 

Psylla, 9:323. 

Sciara (syn. Molobrus), 1:219, 
330; 2:125, 227, 234; 5:265; 
10:387, 388, 389, 391; 11:267; 
14:332, 336 7 . 

Tomicus, see Monarthrum. 
Typhlocyba (syn. Erythro- 
neura), 11:271. 



malifoliae, Aphis, 1:331; 9:412; 11: 

271. 

malifoliella, Tischeria, 1:330; 3:137, 
140, 6:187; 7:354; 9:445, 462; 11: 
160-62, 267; 12:357; 14,:376 7 , 395. 
rnalif oliellus, Ypsolophus, 1 :329. * 
malivorana, Teras, see T. minuta. 
malivorella, Coleophora (syn. C. 
multipulvella, 1:163-67, 329; 2: 
225; 6:178; 8:105, 123, 217, 281, 
297; 11:122, 267; 14:326 6 , 331 8 , 
335 7 , 370 7 . 

Mallodon angustatum, 7:251. 
Mallophaga, 1:80; 2:31; 8:384. 
Mallota barda, see M. posticata. 
cimbiciformis, see M. posticata. 
posticata (syn. M. barda, M. 
cimbiciformis, M. sackeni, 
Imatisma, Eristalis postica- 
tus, E. coactus, Merodon 
balanus, M. bardus, Milesia 
barda), 1:211-16; 4:141; 6: 
173; 14:324 2 , 335 9 . 
sackeni, see M. posticata. 
species, 14:350 S , 357 9 . 
Mally, C. W., cited, 11:250; 13:353 8 . 
Malva, Sciara giraudii on, 5:265. 
Mamestra, 1:58, 71; 8:231. 

adjuncta (syn. Hadena), 9:456; 

10:482; 14:316 6 . 
arctica, see Xylophasia. 
assimilis, 1:328; 11:265. 
grandis, 5:210-13; 10:482; 14: 

362 7 . 

meditata, 10:377, 482. 
olivacea, 10:377. 
picta (syn. Ceramica, C. 
exusta), 2:1; 4:16, 206; 5:206- 
10; 9:455; 10:492; 11:265; 13: 
372 3 ; 14:313 4 , 362 7 , 379 9 . 
purpurissata, 10:377. 
renigera, 10:482. 
subjuricta (syn. Hadena), 1:58; 

8:235; 11:265. 
trifolii, 1:8; 5:323; 8:235; 1O: 

482. 

mamestrae, Microplitis, 5:208. 
manca, Dicerca, 5:286. 
mancus, Agriotes (syn. A. trunca- 
tus), 4:207; 8:198, 200; 12:356; 14: 
394. 
Mandlebaum, M., insects from, 10: 

515. 
manducator, Alysia, of Europe, 

1:176, 187. 

Mangel wurzel, Insects injurious to; 
Chelymorpha argus, 10:517. 
Mamestra picta, 5:209. 
Mann, B. P., cited, 2:116; 7:225; 9: 
309; 10:478; 11:134; 12:lyO, 230. 
Mann, W. T., Insects from, 7:382. 
manteo, Heterocampa, 11:265. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



509 



Mantidae, 4:158. 

Mantis, praying, 4:160, 193; 7:357. 

Mantis argentina, 4:102. 

Carolina, see Stagmomantis. 
chlorophaea, see Theoclytes. 
gemmata, 4:162. 
inquinata, see Stagmomantis 

Carolina, 
oratoria, 4:162. 
phryganoides, see Gonatista 

grisea. 

religiosa, 4:162. 
Manure, milliped breeding in, 12: 

303. 
Manure fly or gnat, 10:391-97, 398, 

399, 400; 12:351; 14:393 2 . 
mappa, Plusia, 10:377. 
Maple, insects injurious to; 

Anisota rubicunda (syn. Dryo- 
campa), 5:197, 200; 9:295; 10: 
507. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:279, 317; 8: 

215; 11:204. 
tenebricosus, 1 1 :221. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. 

Eacles), 13:350 8 . 
Cacoecia argyrospila, 7:356. 
Chaitophorus aceris (syn. 

Aphis-),- 9:406. 
Cimbex americana, 11:284. 
Clisiocampa americana, 6:106. 
disstria (syn. C. sylvatica), 

3:93, 147; 6:106, 166. 
Cyllene robiniae, 10:504, 517. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E. 
parallelum), 3:141, 150; 5:153; 
9:357, 359; 12:314, 354; 13: 
359 9 . 

Euphoria inda, 10:504. 
Gypona flavilineata, 9:397. 
Homoptera lunata, 4:58. 
Incurvaria acerifoliella, 1:308; 

5:215, 216; 9:458; 14:314 B . 
Lachnosterna tristis, 9:296. 
Lecanium species, 12:363. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:157, 

158, 193. 
Lepyronia quadrangularis, 9: 

393. 

Li via vernalis, 9:404. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syn. 

Nematus), 5:168. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 4:50; 6:107. 
Paramesus vi tell inns (syu. 

Acocephalus), 9:397. 
Pemphigus acerifolii, 10:494; 

14:380. 

Penthimia americana, 9:397. 
Phytoptus quadripes, 5:303. 



Maple, insects injurious to; 

Plagionotus speciosus (syn. Qly- 

cobius), 2:227; 6:169; 8:202, 

205; 9:442; 10:493; 12:238, 

239-40, 242; 14:332 4 . 
Proteoteras aesculana, 12:215, 

217. 
Psocus venosus (syn. P. aceris), 

1:316. 

Psylla annulata, 9:404. 
Pulvinaria innumerabills, 2: 

230; 5:313, 326; 6:141; 7:370, 

371, 384; 8:110, 177-78, 216; 

10:497; 14:318 7 . 
Samia cecropia, 2:77. 
Saperda tridentata, 12:243,245. 
Sesia acerni (syn. Aegeria), 10: 

504. 
Steganoptycha claypollana, 11: 

278, 285; 14:399*. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 
Tremex columba, 2:226 227; 

4:38; 5:305; 6:171; 14:332*. 
unknown insect, 11:280-81. 
white ants, 4:179. 
Xylotrechus colonus, 4:94, 194. 
Zeuzera pyrina, 9:426-27. 
ash-leaved, Leptocoris trivittatus 

on, 4:157, 158. 

Norway, insects injurious to; 
Chaitophorus species, 13:362*. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E. 

BaralJelum), 12:362; 13:359". 
silver, soft or white, insects in- 
jurious to; 

Anisota species, 5:200. 
Ceresa bubalus, 4:146. 
Chrysobothris femorata. 6:155. 
Drepanosiphum acerifolii, 13: 

363 2 . 

Incurvaria acerifoliella, 5:216. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:193. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 5 : 

326; 6:141; 11:204. 
sugar, insects injurious to; 
Anisota species, 5:200. 
Incurvaria acerifoliella, 5:216. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
Plagionotus speciosus (syn. 

Glycobius), 3:103; 11:280; 12: 

239-40, 242. 
Steganoptycha claypoliana, 12: 

215, 217. 

Xylotrechus colonus, 4:94. 
Maple" leaf aphis, 9:406. 
Maple leaf cutter, 1:308; 5:215-19; 

9:458; 14:314', 362 T . 
Maple leaf louse, 11:287. 
Maple leaf mite gall, 5:303; 14:354*. 
Maple tree borer, 3:103-5; 4:204; 
6:169; 8:202-5; 9:442; 10:493, 497, 



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504; 11:280; 12:237-42, 243, 362; 
14:352", 361 4 , 375 s , 380 2 , 382 3 , 386 5 , 
389 7 , 399 5 . See also Plagionotus 
speciosus. 
Maple tree pruner, 3:150; 9:357-61; 

10:498; 14:345 8 , 383 7 . 
Maple tree Psocus, 1:315. 
Maple tree scale insect (Pulvinaria 
innumerabilis), 1:310; 2:230; 5: 
313; 6:141-47; 7:360, 384; 8:177-78, 
216; 10:497, 499; 11:204-5, 275, 
277; 14:333 7 , 338 2 , 368 2 , 382 1 , 384 s , 
388', 388 9 . 

Maple tree worm, green striped, 9: 
422. 

March, , cited, 7:297. 

marculenta, Botis, see Loxostege 

obliteralis. 

raargaritellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Margaronia hyalinata (syn. Eu- 
dioptis, Phakellura, Phalaena, 
Pyralis), bibliography, 11: 
134-35; characteristics of at- 
tack, 11:135-36; Gnenee's de- 
scription of moth, 11:137; in- 
sect described, 11:136-37; life 
history, 11:137; natural 
enemies, 11:138; ravages of, 
11:137; reference, 5:320; 10: 
503; 11:128, 131, 132; 12:357; 
14:341 2 , 386 2 , 395 7 ; remedies, 
11:138. 

nitidalis (syn. Eudioptis, Phakel- 
lura, Phalaena) bibliography. 
11:126-27; description of 
larvae, 11:129-30; description 
of moth, 11:130; distribution, 
11:132; food plants, 11:132; 
injuries, 11:127-28, 131-32; life 
history and habits, 11:131; 
natural enemies, 11:132-33; 
remedies and preventives, 11: 
133; reference, 3:140, 152; 5: 
320; 1O:503; 11:134, 136-38; 
12:357; 14:34P, 346 6 , 386 2 , 
395 6 ; resemblance to another 
larva, 11:128. 
marginalis, Dytiscus, 8:298; 9:462. 

Systena, 4:156. 

marginata, Anomala (syn. Melolon- 
tha.), 10:411-13, 491; 11:268; 
12:352; 14:379 5 , 393*. 
Bembecia (syn. Trochilium 
marginatum), 3:145; 9:450; 
14:344*. 
Cantharis, see Chauliognathus 

marginatus. 

Epicanta, see E. cinerea. 
Lygranthoecia, see Schinia. 
Lytta, see Epicauta cinerea. 
Melolontha, see Anomala. 



marginata, Schinia (syn. Lygran- 
thoecia, L. rivulosa), 3:141, 153. 
marginatum, Acridium, see Chorto- 

phaga viridifasciata. 
Trochilium, see Bembecia mar- 
ginata. 

marginatus, Chauliognathus (syn. 
Cantharis marginata), 3:153; 
4:84, 88; 5:316; 9:344, 463; 10: 
498; 11:133, 138; 14:339 J , 34G 6 , 
357 s . 

Julus, see Spirobolus. 
Pemphredon, 8:163. 
Spirobolus (syn. Julus, J. ameri- 

canus), 1:307; 3:134. 
Marguerite fly, 4:73-80, 207; 7:242; 

9:421; 14:357 8 . 

Marguerites, Phytomyza chrysau- 
themi (P. lateralis in error) on, 
4:73, 75. 
marina, Heterocampa, see H. uni- 

color. 

maritima, Anurida, 2:210. 
Marlatt, C. L., cited, 9:309; 11:110, 
112; 12:254; quoted, 11:199; refer- 
ence, 13:335 9 . 
marmorata, Carynota (syn. Cyr- 

tosia), 9:389, 410. 
Cyrtosia, see Carynota. 
marmoratus, Achorutes, see Scho- 

turus. 
Schoturus (syn. Achorutes), 2: 

206. 
Marshall, W. B., insects from; 8: 

300. 
Marten, John, cited, 1:81; 2:57; 5: 

201; 7:225; 12:183; 13:343 8 . 
marthesia, Heterocampa, sec 

Macrurocampa. 

Macrurocainpa (syn. Hetero- 
campa), 10:481. 

martialis, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334; 7:375; 14:321*. 
Martin, C. G., insects from, 7:381. 
Martin, D. S., insects from, 4:208; 

10:518. 

Maruta cotula, see Mayweed. 
Maryland agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin, 10:378; 11:177, 
233; Report cited, 12:193, 248. 
mar.vlandica, Cetonia, see Euphoria 

inda. 

Mask-era archippivora,see Frontina. 
Mason, J. T., cited, 13:344 5 . 
Massachusetts agricultural college, 
course in entomology at, 12:344; 
Hatch experiment station, Bul- 
letin cited, 9:300, 318; 11:109; 12: 
193, 218, 254, 293; referred to, 11: 
105; Report cited, 12:191, 194, 254. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Massachusetts agricultural repository 

and journal cited, 1:227. 
Massachusetts crop report, Bulletin 

cited, 12:193, 238, 293. 
Massachusetts horticultural so- 
ciety. Transactions cited, 11:233. 
Massachusetts state board of agri- 
culture, Jfc.port, abstract from, 
14:343 4 . 
Massospora cicadina, 2:171, 178, 

179; 12:289. 
Mattimore, P. F., insects from, 10: 

509. 
mauritanica, Tenebrioides, 4:207; 

12:362. 
Maxwell & Brothers, insects from, 

4:208; 1O:511. 

May beetle (Lachnosterna fusca 
and allied species), attacking 
nursery stock, 9:353-56^ at- 
tacking wheat, 4:203; eaten 
by robin, 9:356-57; general 
account, 8:174-75; general ac- 
count (abstract), 1:305, 317; 
5:312-13r 8:110; injuries by, 
2:3; 5:154; 6:176, 183; 9:296; 
life history, 9:355-56; refer- 
ence, 1:228, 330; 2:41; 4:204; 
5:315; 6:171; 7:369; 8:288, 
298; 9:422; 10:408, 411, 497, 
506, 519; 11:268; 13:366 4 ; 14: 
318 2 , 325 7 , 329*, 331 5 , 337 7 , 
338 s , 351 8 , 356 5 , 360 8 , 373 5 , 
382 7 , 396 9 , remarkable abund- 
ance, 1:238; remedies, 1:54, 
57, 61; 2:224; 9:353-54; sense 
organs of, 1 :71. 
hairy, 11:268. 
May bug, see May beetle. 
May fly, 1:79; 4:121-24, 165, 190, 
202; 5:319; 9:298; 10:466; 14:351 8 . 
Mayweed, as an, insecticide, 2:34; 

reference. 12:209. 
Meade, R. H., cited, 1:173, 181, 191, 

207; 8:141. 

Meadow grass, Nectarophora gran- 
aria (syn. Siphonophora avenae) 
on, 5:252. 
Meadow lark feeding on army 

worm, 12:209. 
Meadville (Pa.) society of natural 

history, 14:305 8 . 
Meal, Laemophloeus alternans in, 

3:100. 
linseed. Silvanus surinamensis 

in. 13:373 2 . 

Meal insect, 3:100; 4:204. 
Meal worm, 1:226; 4:200; 8:176-77; 
9:307-9, 442; 10:497; 14:350 4 , 
375 8 , 382 9 ; in salt, 4:200. 
American, 10:498; 14:383*. 
Mealy bug, 1:79; 8:254; 9:418; 11: 
200. 



Measuring worms, 2:76, 91; 4:21; 

5:260; 8:286; 10:502. 
Meat, smoked, Piophila casei Infest- 
ing, 12:230, 233, 234; cheese mite 
infesting, 14:349*, 352 5 , 363 a , 364 1 . 
Meat fly, blue, 1:170. 
Meat skipper, 12:348; 14:391 4 . 
Mecoptera, 10:463, 477, 478. 
Mecyna diversalis, 11:144. 
polygonalis, 11:142. 
reversalis (syn. Botis), bibliog- 
raphy, 11:142; cocoon, 11: 
144; distribution, 11:145; 
feeding on Genista, 11:142; 
imago described, 11:144-45; 
larva described, 11:143; life 
history, 11:142-43; pupa de- 
scribed, 11:144; reference, 
10:515; 11:140; 12:357; 14: 
395 8 ; remedies, 11:145; syn- 
onym possibly of M. diver- 
salis, 11:144. 

Medicago sativa, see Lucerne, 
meditata, Mamestra, 10:377, 482. 
Meehan, T. B., cited, 11:181. 
Megachile montivaga, 12:359. 

species, 6:186; 11:284. 
Megalopyge crispata (syn. Lagoa), 
4:52, 53, 54; 5:186, 188; 9: 
452; 11:264; 14:312 8 . 
opercularis (syn. Lagoa), 1:328; 
4,:51-54, 206; 11:264; 14:357 6 . 
Megarrhina, 12:321. 
megatoma, Attagenus, see A. piceus. 
Dermestes, see Attagenus 

piceus. 

Megilla maculata (syn. Coccinella, 
C. 10-maculata, Hippodamia), 2: 
233, 234; 4:80-84; 10:511; 11:181; 
14:336 9 , 357 s . 

Megnin, Pierre, Parasites articuUs 
chez I'homme et les animaux utiles 
cited, 10:405. 

Megoura solani, see Rhopalosiphum'. 
Meigen, J. W., cited, 8:140; 10:387; 
Systematische Beschreibung der 
bekannten europaisclien zweiflug- 
lichen Insccten, cited, 4:73; 8:140. 
meigenii, Eristal's, see E. brousii. 
Melalopha apicaiis (syn. Ichthyura 

vau), 9:455; 14:313 5 . 
inclusa (syn. Ichthyura), 9:450. 
melancholica, Euphoria, 1:236, 330; 

3:141; 10:511; 11:268. 
Melancholy chafer, 11:268. 
Melandryidae, on apple, 11:269. 
Melanolestes abdominalis, 4:111; 5: 

316; 14:339 2 . 

picipes (syn. Pirates, Reduvius 
pungens), 4:109-11; 5:316; 14: 
339 1 , 357 6 . 



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Melanolophia canadaria (syn. 

Tephrosia), 4:20, 21. 
Melanoplus atlanis (syn. Calop- 
tenus), 1:332; 2:196; 6:151; 8: 
180; 9:332; 10:440, 441, 443, 
496; 11:271; 14:381 5 . 
bivittatus, 11:272. 
cinereus, 11:272. 
cyanipes, 11:272. 
devastator, 11:272. 
differentials (syn. Caloptenus), 

6:134; 11:271. 
femora tus, 10:443. 
femur-rubrum (syn. Acridium, 
Caloptenus), 1:7, 304, 332; 2: 
190, 193; 6:151, 153; 8:294; 9: 
297, 332, 464; 10:440, 441, 
442, 443, 496; 11:271, 284; 14: 
317 3 , 368 3 , 381 5 . 
herbaceus, 11:272. 
spretus (syn. Caloptenus), 1:7, 
195, 304, 332; 2:196; 4:21, 25; 
6:152; 7:338; 9:332; 10:439, 
440, 441, 496; 11:271. 
Melanotus, 7:360. 

communis, 1:63, 330; 8:198, 199, 

200; 11:267. 
decumanus (syn. M. incertns), 

1:330; 11:267. 
fissilis, 7:377; 14:322 5 . 
incertus, see M. decumanus. 
Melanozanthus species. 6:189. 
melanura, Nacerdes, 8:299. 
Melaphis* rhois, see Pemphigus. 
Melasoma scripta (syn. Chrysomela, 
Lina, Plagiodera), at Liver- 
pool (N. Y.), 11:182-83; bas- 
ket making industry injured 
by, 11:186; beetle described, 
11:184; bibliography, 11:181, 
182; bug catcher, 11:188, 189; 
destructiveness at Liverpool 
(N. Y.), 10:500; 11:184; eggs, 
abundance and where laid, 
11:187,188; European willow, 
food plant, 11:185; larva de- 
scribed, 11:183; occurrence in 
New York, 11:183, reference, 
7:219; 10:517; 11:103; 12:357; 
14:384 6 , 395 7 ; remedies, 11: 
184, 188-89; steady increase 
of beetle, 11:186; successive 
broods, 11:184; transforma- 
tions and habits, 11:186-87. 
tremulae (syn. Lina), parasite 

of, 10:405. 
moles var. trifolii, Phytonomus, 

1:248. 
Melia azedarach, Ceroplastes cirri- 

pediformis on, 11:287. 
Melitaea, 9:454. 

nycteis, see Charidryas. 
phaeton, see Euphydryas. 



Melittia ceto, see M. satyriniformis. 
cucurbitae, see M. satyrinifor 

mis. 

satyriniformis (syn. Aegeria cu- 
curbitae, Melittia ceto, M. 
cucurbitae), additional infor- 
mation needed, 2:66-67; bib- 
liography, 2:57; description 
of larva, 2:59-60; description 
of moth, 2:58-59; detailed ac- 
count of, 2:57-68; experi- 
ments on, 2:67-68; injuries, 2: 
62-63; its family, 2:60; life 
history, and habits, 2:61-62; 
reference, 2:57; 4:138; 5:312, 
320; 6:176, 187; 7:371; 9:434; 
11:135; 14:319 2 , 325 9 , 337*, 
337 8 , 341 2 , 342 5 , 350 2 , 357; 
remedies and preventives, 1: 
47; 2:63-65; 5:155-56; use of 
counterodorants, 2:65-66. 
mella, Tachina (syn. T. orgyiae), 2: 

78. : 
melliginis, Tephritis, see Rivellia 

viridulans. 
Mellisopus latiferreana (syn. Carpo- 

capsa), 4:153. 

Meloe angusticollis, 6:130; 9:458; 
10:511, 517; 11:286; 14:314, 
367 9 . 

cinerea, see Epicauta. 
pennsylvanica, see Epicauta. 
Meloidae, 6:130, 132, 134, 135; 11: 

269. 
Melolontha atrata, see Anomala 

lucicola, 

lucicola, see Anomala. 
marginata, see Anomala. 
moerens, see Anomala lucicola. 
subspinosus, see Macrodactylus, 
Melolonthidae, 1:228. 
Melon, insects injurious to; 

Anasa tristis, 3:110, 147; 4:204; 

14:352*. 

Aphis gossypii (syn A. cucu- 
meris), 5:306, 326; 8:210, 283; 
14:355 6 , 371 5 , 382 6 . 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 12:348. 

vittata, 2:29. 
Diplosis cucumeris, 11:165; 14: 

355 6 . 

setigera, 11:168. 
Epilachna borealis, 7:217, 310, 

8:236. 
Epitrix cucumeris (syn. Crepi- 

dodera), 2:29. 
Margaronia hyalinata (syn. 

Eudioptis), 11:135. 
nitidalis (syn. Eudioptis, 
Phakellura), 5:320; 11: 
130, 131, 132. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Melon, insects injurious to; 

Melittia satyriniformis (syn. M. 

cucurbitae), 2:63. 
Phorbia fusciceps (syn. An- 

thomyia zeae), 4:179. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 
Melon aphis, 10:497. 
Melon caterpillar, 10:503, 11:132, 

134-38; 12:357; 14:395 7 . 
Melon plant louse, 5:306, 326; 10: 

497; 14:355". 
Melon vine midge, 11:165-68; 12: 

357; 14:395, 395 6 . 
hairy, 11:168-70; 12:357. 
Melophagus ovinus, 1:62, 229. 
Melsheimer, F. E., cited, 1:81; 4: 
101, 155; 5:179; 9:299; 10:408, 414; 
Catalogue of the described Coleop- 
tera of the United States cited, 4: 
80, 93; 11:181. 
melsheimerii, Amblycephalus, see 

Deltocephalus. 
Cincinnus (syn. Perophora), 7: 

381. 

Deltocephalus (syn. Amblyceph- 
alus), 9:401, 410. 
Perophora, see Cincinnus. 
Membracidae, 1:281-88, 300; 9:387; 

11:270. 

Membracis binotata, see Enchenopa. 
lanceolata, of South America, 

see Enchenopa. 
mera, see Carynota. 
Mendell, Mrs M. F., insects from, 

10:517. 
meiidica, Eudule (syn. Euphanessa), 

10:481. 

Euphanessa, see Eudule. 
Menispermum canadense, see Moon- 
seed, Canadian, 
mera, Carynota (syn. Membracis), 

9:388, 410. 

Membracis, see Carynota. 
Merisus, 11:165. 

fulvipes (syn. Pteromalus), 11: 

165. 
Mermis, 2:230; 4:125; 14:333 8 . 

acuminata, 4:127; 7:374; 8:^JO; 

14:314", 315 1 , 321 2 . 
Merodon balanus, see Mallota posti- 

cata. 

bardus, see Mallota posticata. 
Meromyza americana, 1:221-27, 344; 
3:96; 6:178; 7:377; 12:361; 14: 
322 8 , 326 9 , 335 9 . See also Wheat 
stem maggot. 

Merriam, C. H., quoted, 11:179. 
Merula migratoria, see Robin. 
Merwin & Holmes, insects from, 

6:190. 

Mesochorus scitulus, 12:211. 
vitreus, 12:210. 



Mesographa stramentalis, see Ever- 

gestis stramenalis. 
Mesograpta polita, 7:233. 
messoria, Agrotis, see Carneades. 
Carneades (syn. Agrotis, A. re- 
pen tis, A. cochrani), 1:58, 328, 
340; 5:210; 8:188, 236; 11:121, 
265. 
metacomet, Euphyes (syn. Pam- 

phila), 4:137. 
Pamphila, see Euphyes. 
Metapodius femoratus, 3:153; 12: 

209; 14:346 7 . 
mexicana, Eudamus (syn. E. 

nevada), 1:337; 6:180; 14:327 7 . 
Meyrick, Edward, Handbook of 
British Lepidoptera, abstract of re- 
view, 12:349; 14:391 7 ; cited, 10: 
378; 11:142, 147. 

Mial, L. C., Natural history of aqua- 
tic insects, abstract of notice of, 
11:283; 14:390 9 . 
micans Helops, 11:269. 

Lachnosterna (syn. L. sororia), 

1:330; 11:268. 

Michigan agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin cited, 11:233; 12: 
192, 254; 13:353 8 . 
Michigan farmer, cited, 7:321. 
Michigan state board of agricul- 
ture, Report cited, 1:184, 194, 228; 
2:57; 10:416; 11:118. 
Michigan state horticultural society, 

Report : cited, 2:118; 10:416, 453. 
Michigan state pomological society, 

Report cited, 1:228; 11:248. 
Mickleborough, John, insects from, 

13:372 2 . 

Microcentrum retinervis, 4:80; 5: 
323, 326; 11:271, 288; 13:365 7 ; 14: 
341 9 , 396 7 . 
Microcentrus caryae (syn. Uroxi- 

phus), 9:392, 410. 
microcephala, Phora, 10:404. 
Micrococcus amylovorus, see Pear 

blight. 

bombycis, 2:40. 
Microdon apiformis, of Europe, 2: 

116. 

globosus (syn. Aphritis, Dimer- 
aspis podagra, Mulio, Par- 
mula cocciforrnis, Scutellig- 
era ammerlandia), 2:116-17; 
4:175; 9:313; 14:342". 
mutabilis, of Europe, 2:116. 
tristis, 2:116. 

Microdus laticinctus, 11:156. 
Microgaster, 1:103, 110; 2:41; 5:170, 

177; 7:358; 8:295; 12:210. 
atalantae, see Apanteles congre- 
gatus var. 



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Microgaster, carinata, see M. gele- 

chiae var. 

gelechiae (syn. Apan teles), 2:39. 
var. carinata (syn. M. cari- 
nata), 2:39. 
pieridis, see Apanteles congrega- 

tus var. 

Microplitis mamestrae, 5:208. 
Micropteryx pomivorella, 1:330; 10: 

510; 11:267. 
Micropus leucopterus, see Blissus. 

spinolae, 1:302. 
Middleburgh gazette cited, 6:181; 14: 

328*. 
middletonii, Aphis, 9:371, 441; 10: 

501; 14:375 5 , 385 3 . 
Mignonette, insects injurious to; 
Mamestra picta, 5:209. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 
milberti, Aglais (syn. Vanessa). 4: 

137; 5:285; 10:507; 14:309 5 . 
Vanessa, see Aglais. 
Milesia barda, see Mallota posticata. 
militaris, Apan teles, 8:238; 12:210. 
Exorista, see Winthemia 4-pus- 

tulata. 

Sciara, 10:390. 
Milkweed, insects on; 

Anosia plexippus (syn. Danais 

archippus), 4:135. 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:201. 
Doryphora clivicollis (syn. 
Chrysomela trimaculata), 7: 
369. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:112; 8:191. 
Largus succinctus, 2:166. 
Trypetidae, 5:282. 
Milkweed beetle, 4:14, 201. 
Milkweed butterfly, 10:490. 
Millepedes, 8:222; 10:445-49; 11:276; 
12:302, 349; 14:388 4 , 391 8 , 391 7 . 
flattened, 12:301, 349. 
spotted, 10:449. 
Miller, I. M., cited, 12:192. 
Miller, Mrs J. C., insects from, 13: 

374 2 . 

Mills, Charles, insects from, 13:375-. 
Milmoe, P. P., insects from, 8:296. 
Miltogramma argentifrons, 12:210. 
Milyas cinctus (syn. Harpactor), 1: 

331; 3:108. 

mimus, Bruchus, 7:285. 
Mineola indigenella (syn. Phycis), 

11:121, 266. 

minians var. violans, Nephelodes, 
see Nephelodes minians var. 
violans. 

minimus, Pezomachus, 12:210. 
ministra, Datana, see Datana minis- 
tra. 



Minnesota agricultural experiment 

station, Bulletin cited, 11:182; 12: 

193; Report (entomologist's) cited, 

10:433; 12:193, 335. 

minor, Athysanus, see Bythosco- 

pus. 
Bythoscopus (syn. Athysanus), 

9:400, 410. 
Mint, Poecilocapsus lineatus on, 1: 

277. 

minuta, Anomala, 10:412, 413. 
Phora, 10:403. 
Teras (syn. T. malivorana), 1: 

329; 11:121, 266. 
Trichogramma, 2:220. 
var. Cinderella, Teras (syn. T 

Cinderella), 1:329; 11:266. 
minutum, Monomorium, 11:113. 
miranda, Caradrina, 10:482. 
Miscellaneous essays on economic en- 
tomology (Forbes and assistants), 
cited, 4:80, 155; 10:388; 11:109. 
miscellus, Adipsophanes, see Cata- 

bena lineolata. 
misella, Pentilia, 2:186. 
Mississippi agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 10: 
378. 

Mississippi valley horticultural so- 
ciety, Transactions cited, 12:191. 
Mitella, Tetranychus telarius on, 5: 

288. 

Mites in bran, 6:170; in clothing, 6: 
180; in flour, 3:100; 5:294-95; 
8:293; in houses, 6:158-61; 
7:368; 14:332 5 ; in smoked 
meat 3:130-31, 151; 4:204; 5: 
291-94; 7:357; on Arbor vit&e, 
4:201, 203; on birds, 1:45, 62; 
2:227; 3:129; on clover, 7:321- 
24; on garden plants, 5:287- 
89; on grass, 1:224; 3:128-29; 
4:204; on insects, 2:110; 4: 
200; 5:289-91; 6:166, 190; 7: 
365; 8:179-80; 10:378, 384-86; 
on maple, 5:303; on mush- 
rooms, 10:449-50, 452-53, 486; 
12:352; on orange, 3:144; 8: 
281; on peach, 10:459-60; on 
pear, 9:442; 10:453-60; on 
plum, 10:460; on potatoes, 3: 
133, 134, 142, 153; 8:222; 10: 
451, 487; 12:352; reference, 9: 
377; 11:225; remedies, 10:450. 
fresh water, 5:290. 
red, 6:159; 7:323, 365. 
spinning, 5:290; 6:160. 
mitis, Systena, see S. taeniata. 
modestus, Podisus, 5:170; 6:189; 7: 
353; 13:374*. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST S REPORTS 



515 



moerens, Anoinala, see A. lucicola. 
Melolontha, see Anomala luci- 
cola. 

Moeschler, H. B., cited, 7:225. 
Moffat, J. A., cited, 1:116; 2:142; 
11:127, 135, 139, 146, 241; 12:193. 
molesta, Formica, see Monomorium 

pharaonis. 
Myrmica, see Monomorium 

pharaonis. 
Solenopsis, see Monomorium 

pharaonis. 
molestum, Monomorium, see M. 

pharaonis. 

Simulium, see S. venustum. 

molitor, Tenebrio, 2:138; 4:200, 207; 

8:110, 176-77, 299, 300; 9:308, 

442; 10:497; 14:350 4 , 375 7 , 382 8 . 

mollipes, Aulacizes, see Diedro- 

cephala. 
Diedrocephala (syn. Aulacizes), 

9:396, 410. 

Molobrus fuliginosa, see Sciara. 
inconstans, see Sciara. 
mali, see Sciara. 
vulgaris, see Sciara. 
Monarthrum mali (syn. Grypturgus, 
Tomicus), 1:331; 7:316-17, 370; 9: 
440; 11:270; 14:318 6 , 374 8 . 
Monkshood, Phytomyza nigricornis 

infesting, 4:79. 
monodon, Notoxus, 11:269. 
Monohammus confusor (M. titillator 
in error), 2:49-51, 55; 4:23, 
207; 5:325; 6:188; 9:463; 10: 
511, 517; 12:238, 361. 
scutellatus, 10:517. 
titillator, erroneous reference of 

M. confusor. 

Monomorium carbonarium, 10:366. 
molestum, see M. pharaonis. 
pharaonis (syn. Formica, M. 
molestum, Myrmica and 
Solenopsis molesta), Belle- 
voye's observations on, 11: 
112-13; bibliography, 11:109- 
10; description of, 11:110-11; 
earlier life history, 11:110; 
figure of, 11:111; habits, 11: 
111; life history, 11:112; 
other species in houses, 11: 
113; reference, 1:62, 321; 10: 
366; 12:356; 14:390, 395 5 ; 
remedies, 11:113-14; Say's 
description of female, 11: 
110; ubiquitous character, 11: 
110. 
Monophadnoides rubi (syn. Selan- 

dria), 1:42. 
Monostegia ignota, 9:431. 

rosae (syn. Selandria), 1:42; 17: 
344, 362; 10:499; 14:366 4 , 384. 



monticola, Telamona (syn. T. 
querci), 9:391, 410. 

montivaga, Hesperia (syn. Pyrgus 

tessellata), 1:336. 
Megachile, 12:359. 

Moody, E. & Sons, insects from, 3: 
140. 

Moody, H. L., cited, 8:155; 11:240. 

Moonseed, Canadian, Psenocerus 
supernotatus infesting, 3:138. 

Moore, C. H., insects from, 9:462. 

Moore, C. R., insects from, 4:206, 
208; 10:518. 

Moore, Dr E., insects from, 11:287, 
288; 12:363. 

Moore, J. M., insects from, 4:208. 

Moore, W. H., insects from, 3:142. 

Mordecai, J. R., insects from, 10: 
511. 

Morgan, H. A., insects from, 11:287. 

Morning glory, insects injurious lo; 
Cassida bivittata, 6:127. 

nigripes, 7:363. 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:201. 
Coptocycla aurichalcea, 6:125, 

126; 7:363. 
guttata, 6:127. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 

Morrell, L. L., insects from, 10:518; 
11:287. 

Morris, Benjamin, observations on 
Lebia grandis, 12:236. 

Morris, J. G., cited, 2:168; Catalogue 
of the described Lepidoptera of 
North America cited, 12:183; 
Synopsis of the described Lepidop- 
tera of North America cited, 1:81, 
87; 2:68; 4:51; 5:184, 192; 7:225; 
12:183; 13:343'. 

Morrison, H. K., cited, 5:201. 

Morrisonia confusa, 10:482; 11:265. 

Morse, L., insects from, 11:287. 

Morton, Emily, observations on Ci- 
cada, 4:206; 12:279, 280, 286, 287. 

mortuorum, Plusia, 5:285; 10:376, 
377. 

morula, Acronycta, 1:328; 9:455; 
10:481; 11:265; 14:313*. 

mosquito, Culex, see C. fasciatus. 

Mosquitoes, abundance of, in south 
1:14; 12:321; biting organs de- 
scribed and figured, 12:326-29; 
classification, 1:78; 4:190; de- 
velopment, final, 12:334-35; dis- 
tribution, 12:321-22; eggs of, 12: 
332-33; elephantiasis spread by, 
12:331-32; figures of bitingorgans, 
12:327, 329; Filaria hosts, 12:331- 
32; general account (abstract), 4: 
196; larvae described, 12:333- 
34; names of, 12:319-20; pallia- 
tives of bite, 12:325; pupae de- 



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scribed, 12:334; reference, 2:112; 
4:133; 5:319; 10:475; 11:106; 12: 
307; remedies, 1:36, 38, 40, 74; 
severity of bite, 12:323-25; species, 
number of, 12:321; winter mos- 
quito, description, 2:241-42; 14: 
343 2 ; yellow fever, vaccinating 
against, 12:331. 
Mothrop, Frank, insects from, 8: 

297. 
Motschulsky, Victor, filudes en- 

tomologiques cited, 2:198. 
Motte, L. S., cited, 12:273. 
Mountain ash, insects injurious to; 
Chilocorus bivulnerus, 12:361. 
Chionaspis furfurus, 11:208. 
Chrysobothris femora ta, 6:155. 
Eriocampoides limacina (syn. 

Eriocampa cerasi), 9:335. 
mozardi, Languria, 6:184; 14:329 9 . 
mucidus, Callipterus, 1:331; 11:271. 
Muck worm (Ligyrus relictus), 12: 

313. 

mucronatus, Crangonyx (a crusta- 
cean), 8:279, 300; 9:347-49; 10: 
498, 519; 14:369 9 , 383. 
Mulberry silk worm, 3:153; 4:177. 
Mule killer, 6:190. 
Mulio globosus, see Microdon. 
Muller, Albert, cited, 2:136. 
Miiller, O. F., Zoologiae Danicae 

prodromus cited, 2:198. 
multifera, Caradrina (syn. C. fidi- 

cularia), 7:375; 10:482; 14:321 8 . 
multilinea, Leucania (syn. L. lapi- 

daria), 1:340. 
multipulvella, Coleophora, see C. 

malivorella. 

multi^ta, Sciara, 12:223-24, 361. 
multispinosa, Acholla, 10:517. 
multistriatus, Julus, see J. caerule- 

ocinctus. 

munda, Murgantia, 9:317. 
mundus, Cryptus, 1:147. 
Munson, T. V., cited, 10:411. 
Murdock, John R. and A., insects 

from, 8:298. 

Murgantia histrionica (syn. 
Strachia), absence of para- 
sites, 1:268,209; bibliography, 
1:264; description, 1:265-66; 
detailed account, 1:264-71; 9: 
315-17; difficult to destroy, 1: 
268; distribution, 1:264-65, 
266-67; 2:55-56; 9:315; gen- 
eral account (abstract), 9: 
441; 11:280; 12:349; injuries, 
1:267-68; natural history, 1: 
266; reference, 1:39, 195; 2: 
92, 145; 6:177; 7:372; 8:290, 
292; 9:463; 10:433, 498; 11: 
287; 12:363; 14:315 2 , 316 8 , 



319 8 , 326 4 , 336 2 , 375 4 , 383 5 , 3S9 9 , 
391 9 ; remedies, 1:63, 269-71; 
9:316-17. 
munda, 9:317. 
murina, Lytta, see Macrobasis uui- 

color. 

murinus, Dermestes, see D. caninus. 
Murray, Andrew, Economic ento- 
mology, Aptera cited, 2:208; 4:128; 
10:453. 

Murtfeldt, M. E., cited, 4:51; 7: 
297; 12:193, 230; quoted, 12:231, 
232; referred to, 12:232, 233; 13: 
353 1 . 

Musca, a Linnaean genus, 1:191. 
conformis, see Chortophila. 
domestica, 1:146, 223, 299; 4: 
167; 6:168; 8:265; 9:310, 
314; 14:360 5 . 
minor, see Hornalornyia 

canicularis. 
familiaris Harris MS., see Pol- 

lenia rudis. 

floralis, see Phorbia brassicae. 
harpy ia Harris MS., see M. 

domestica. 

radicum, see Anthomyia. 
rudis, see Pollenia. 
Muscardine, 4:178. 
muscarum, Acarus (Hypopal form), 

11:257. 
Trombidium, 7:365, 384; 14: 

367 4 . 
Muscidae, 1:169, 170, 211; 2:117; 5: 

225; 9:309, 310. 
muscosula, Erastria, 10:482. 
musculus, Anthonornus, erroneous 

reference of A. signatus. 
Musee royal d'histoire naturelle 

de Beige, 14:306*. 
museorum, Liposcelis, see Atropos 

divinatoria. 
Museum pest, 1:65; 2:36; 4:88, 93; 

5:268; 6:121; 9:381. 
Mushroom Phora, 10:399-406; 12: 

352; 14:393 8 . 
Mushrooms, insects, etc., injurious 

to; 

Boletina species, 10:392. 
Bolitophila cinerea, 10:392. 
disjuncta, 10:392. 
fusca, 10:392. 

Bryobia pratensis, 10:450, 486. 
Docosia sciarina, 10:392. 
Drosophila funebris, 1:220. 
Exechia fungorum, 10:392. 

species, 8:172. 
Gamasus species, 9:464. 
mites, 10:449; 12:352. 
Mycetobia pallipes, 10:392. 
Mycetophila lunata, 10:392. 
signata, 10:392. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Mushrooms, insects, etc., injuries to; 
Phora agarici, 10:403. 

albidihalteris, 12:228, 201. 
bovistae, 10:403. 
flava, 10:403. 
lutea, 10:403. 
nigra, 10:403. 
pumila, 10:403. 
Plesiastina annulata, 10:392. 
Rhizoglyphus rostroserratus, 

10:449. 

Rymosia fenestralis, 10:392. 
Sciara multiseta, 12:224, 361. 

species, 5:265; 6:188. 
Sciophila striata, 10:392. 
Snails, 7:366. 
Tyroglyphus lintneri, 10:452- 

53; 12:352. 
rostroserratus, 10:486; 14: 

377". 

species, 11:257. 

Muskmelon, insects injurious to; 
Aphis gossypii (syn. A. cu- 

cumeris), 8:211; 11:168. 
, Chauliognathus marginatus, 3: 

153. 

Diplosis cucumeris (syn. Ceci- 
domyia), 8:212; 11:165-66. 
setigera, 11:168. 
Margaronia hyalinata (syn. 
Eudioptis), 10:503; 11: 
135; 14 :386'. 

nitidalis (syn. Eudioptis), 
3:140, 152; 10:503; 11: 
127, 132; 14:386 1 . 
Otiorhynchus ovatus, 10:417. 
Muskmelon borers or worms, 3:152; 

10:403; 14:346". 
Mustard, wild, insects on; 

Epicauta pennsylvanica, 6:136. 
Murgantia histrionica, 1:267. 
Phyllotreta vittata (syn. Haltica 

striolata), 1:310. 
mutabilis, Microdon, of Europe, 2: 

116. 
Mutinus ravenalii, Silphaamericana 

on, 11:285. 

Mycetobia pallipes, 10:392. 
Mycetophila lunata, 10:392. 
signata, 10:392. 
species, 10:389. 

Mycetophilidae, 1:219; 2:125; 5:264; 
7:316; 8:172, 297; 10:387-99, 447; 
12:223-28. 

myellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Myer, H. G., insects from, 7:381. 
Mylabris irresecta, see Bruchus ob- 

tectus. 
rufimana Bohem., see Bruchus 

rufimanus Bohem. 
rufimanus Schon., erroneous 
reference of Bruchus lentis 
Bohem. 



mylitta, Phyciodes, 8:296. 
Myndus impunctatus (syn. Cixius . 

9:386, 410. 

Myobia pumila, 11:177. 
Myophasia aenea, 12:210. 
myops, Alaus, 1:330; 5:317; 11:267; 

14:339. 

Myriapoda, attacking asters and 
lilies, 9:371-72, 441; attacking 
potatoes, 3:131-33; 10:445-49, 487; 
bibliography of two species, 3: 
133; contributions of, 3:142; 4:208; 
5:326; 6:190; 7:384; 9:466; 10:513, 
519; habits, 2:6; parasites, 3:133- 
34; reference, 5:251; 10:498; 11: 
252; 12:336; 14:363 5 , 383"; reme- 
dies, 3:134-35; species treated of, 
3:131-33; 4:128-34; 5:295-96; 8: 
324-27; 12:300-3, 349. 
myrina Argynnis, see Brenthis. 

Brenthis (syn. Argynnis.), 4: 137. 
Myrmeleon immaculatus, 7:318, 384; 
9:440; 11:236, 237, 238, 240; 
14:374 7 . 

ingeniosus, 11:238. 
larva, 11:237. 
nigrocinctus, 7:319. 
i ocellatus, see Dendroleon ob- 

soletum. 

pantherinus, 7:320. 
pumilus, see Brachynemurus. 
rusticus, 11:238. 
species, 2:233; 11:234-41; 12: 

357; 14:312, 395 9 . 
tetragrammicus, 11:240. 
Myrmeleonidae, bibliography, 1 1 : 
240; species treated of, 11:234, 
240. 
Myrmica molesta,. see Monomorium 

pharaonis. 

Myrmicidae, 10:365-69; 11:109-14. 
myrou, Ampelophaga (syn. Chaero- 
campa pampinatrix, Darapsa, 
Everyx, Otus, O. cnotus, 
Sphinx, S. pampinatrix), 4: 
201, 202; 5:174-79, 307. 324; 
7:381; 8:186-87, 295; 9:450; 
10:481, 508, 509, 515; 12:354, 
359; 14:309", 317 6 , 350 7 , 35 1 2 , 
355 8 , 362 6 , 394V 
Darapsa, see Ampelophaga. 
Everyx, see Ampelophaga. 
Otus, see Ampelophaga. 
Sphinx, see Ampelophaga. 
Myrsiphylluin asparagoides, sec 

Smilax. 

mytilaspidis, Aphelinus, 1:61. 
Mytilaspis pomicorticis, see M. 

pomorum. 

pomorum (syn. M. pomicorticis, 
Aspidiotus, A. conohiformis, 
A. juglandis, Coccus arbor- 
um-linearis, C. pyrus-malus, 



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Lepidosaphes conchiformis), 
bibliography, 4:114; common 
apple tree pest, 4:115; 9:373; 
contributions of, 10:518; de- 
scription of scale, 4:116; de- 
tailed account, 4:114-21, 195; 
life history, 4:116-18; occur- 
ring on 17 species of food 
plants, 9:464; on Crataegus 
oxyacanthus, 1O:512; on wil- 
low, 2:232; 8:286; rapidity of 
increase, 4:115-16; reference, 
1:8, 11, 331; 4:114, 185; 5:319; 
6:165; 7:384; 8:293; 9:409, 
411, 413; 11:201, 202, 271, 
273, 274, 287; 12:448; 13:374 8 ; 
14:316"; 334 T , 340 7 , 344 s , 347 9 , 
357", 359 1 , 372 5 , 387\ 391 5 ; 
remedies, 3:146; 4:118-20; 
transportation of its para- 
sites, 1:61. 

Myzoxylus mali, see Schizoneura 
lanigera. 

Myzus cerasi (syn. Aphis), attack- 
ing roots of peach trees, 2: 
19-22; bibliography, 5:253; de- 
scription, 5:255-56; general 
account, 5:253-57; lady bug 
preying on, 5:257; 8:284; life 
history, 5:254-55; on wild 
goose plums, 9.440; ravages 
on cherry, 9:345-46; reference, 
1:13; 2:122; 3:151; 8:125, 298; 
9:293, 369, 405, 411, 412, 463; 
10:365, 498; 12:350; 13:363 5 , 
368 4 ; 14362 9 , 37P, 375 3 , 383 4 , 
392 3 , 397 8 , 400 4 ; remedies, 2: 
21-22; 5:236-57. 

persicae see ?Aphis prunicola. 
ribis (syn. Aphis), 1:272; 2:145; 
9:370-71; 10:498; 11:275-76; 
13:363 5 ; 14:360\ 383 8 , 388 3 , 
400 4 . 

Nacerdes melanura, 8:299. 
Nacophora ypsilon (syn. Biston),ll: 

266. 

Nadata behrensii, see N. gibbosa. 
gibbosa (syn. N. behrensii), 8: 
296; 9:450, 456;.13:37P; 14: 
313 5 . 

naevius, Nisoniades, see ? Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 
333, 334, 336; 6:180; 14:307 2 , 
32T 7 . 

Names, J. B., insects from, 10:510. 
nana, Tenebrioides (syn. Trogosita), 

1:330; 11:267. 

Trogosita, see Tenebrioides. 
Nanophyes tamarisci, 4:154. 
Napomyza lateralis, 7:246. 



nasalis, Gastrophilus (syn. Oestrus), 

1:299. 

Oestrus, see Gastrophilus. 
nastes, Colias, see Eurymus p n j. 

lodice. 
Nasturtium, insects, etc., injurious 

to; 

cut worms, 8:236. 
Tetranychus telarius, 5:289, 

322 

Thrip's tabaci, 11:244. 
nasuta, Chlorops, of Europe, 4:72. 
natata, Ephemera, see E. simulans. 
Palingenia, see Ephemera simu- 
lans. 
Nathurst, E. A., insects from, 12: 

363. 

Nation, abstracts from, 11:277, 282, 
283; 12: 349; 14:388 7 ,. 390 8 , 390 9 , 
391 T . 

Natural science association of 
Staten Island, Proceedings cited, 
12:273. 
Naturaliste Canadien cited, 5:164; 

10:433. 
Naturalists' library (Duncan), cited, 

5:183. 

navale, Lymexylon, 4:195. 
navalis, Tribolium, see T. ferrugi- 

neum. 

Nebraska agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin cited, 10:433; 11: 
182, 187; Report cited, 10:378. 
Nebraska bee killer, 1:318. 
Nebraska farmer cited, 10:433. 
Nebraska state board of agricul* 
ture, Report cited, 12:192; 13:353 3 . 
Nebraska state horticultural so- 
ciety, Report cited, 11:250; 12: 
218, 254; 13:353 3 . 
nebris, Gortyna, see Hydroecia 

nitela. 
nebulosa, Nemoura, of Europe, 2: 

241. 
Neckweed, Corimelaena pulicaria 

on, 8:213. 
Necrophorus americanus, 13:373'. 

tomentosus, 5:289. 
Nectarine, insects injurious to; 
Curculio, plum, 1:308. 
Otiorhynchus' tenebricosus, 2: 

52. 

I Nectarophora granaria (syn. Aphis, 
A. .a venae, A. cerealis, A. 
hordei, Siphonophora, S. 
a venae), 1:313, 316; 2:225; 3: 
112, 150; 5:246, 250, 251; 6: 
167; 8:295; 14:317 7 , 317 9 , 318 4 , 
325 1 , 331 7 , 345 9 , 346 9 , 352 2 , 359 8 , 
360^, 361 3 , 362, 365 4 , 371 2 , 380". 
rudbeckiae (syn. Aphis, Si- 
phonophora), 9:4(X3, 411, 412. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Nectarophora solani (syn. Siphono- 

phora), 3:122. 
solanifolii (syn. Siphonophora), 

3:122. 

Neer, J. B., insects from, 10:511. 
neglecta, Lycaena, see Cyaniris 

pseudargiolus var. 
Negro bug, flea like, 14:371 5 . 
Negundo aceroides, see Box elder. 
Nematocampa filamentaria, see Ania 

limbata. 

Nematode, 8:221, 222. 
nematogaster, Panorpa, 10:465. 
Nematus erichsonii, see Lygaeonem- 

atus. 

ribesii, see Pteronus. 
salicis-pomum, see Pontania 

pomum. 

ventricosus, see Pteronus ribesii. 
Nemoraea leucaniae, see Winthemia 

4-pustnlata. 
Nemoura nebulosa, of Europe, 2: 

241. 

nivalis, 1:298; 2:240; 14:343 2 . 
nenuphar, Conotrachelus, see C. 

nenuphar. 

Curculio, see Conotrachelus. 
Neoclytus capraea (syn. Cyllene), 

1:297. 
erythrocephalus, 6:188; 10:511; 

11:268; 12:246. 
nephele, Cercyonis (syn. Satyrus), 

5:285. 

Satyrus, see Cercyonis. 
Nephelodes minians, 1:107, 108. 

var. violans (syn. N. vio- 
lans), abundance of cater- 
pillars in St. Lawrence 
county, 1:100-1; bibliog- 
raphy, 1:99; description 
of larva, 1:102-3; 4:55, 57; 
description of rnoth, 1: 
106-8; detailed account, 
1:99-110; difficulty in 
rearing, 1:101-2; distribu- 
tion, 1:108; natural his- 
tory, 1:108-9; occurrence 
of larvae, 1:103-4; 4:54- 
56; 8:173; parasites of, 1: 
109-10; preventives and 
remedies, 1:110; publish- 
ed observations on, 1:104- 
5; reference, 1:127, 136, 
149; 4:206; 6:180, 182: 8: 
235; 10:482; 14:327 8 , 328 2 , 
328 9 , 329 9 , 335, 357. 
rubeolans, 1 :107. 
violans, see Nephelodes miuians 

var. 

Nephlodepsis, Lecanium hesperi- 
dum on, 11:287. 



Nephopteryx zimmermani, see Pini 
pestis. 

Nepytia semiclusaria (syn. Cleora 
pulchraria), 4:20, 21; 9:450. 

nerii, Aphis, of Europe, 3:122. 

Aspidiotus, 2:32; 5:278, 317; 8: 
214; 11:203-4, 287; 14:339 9 , 
363 4 , 369 7 . 

nervosa, Odontota (syn. O. rosea), 

1:331; 11:269. 
Sciara, 5:265; 10:392, 489. 

nessus, Amphion, 10:515. 

Nettle, common, Phytomyza chry- 
santhemi (P. lateralis in error) 
mining, 4:77. 

Neumoegen, Bertho'.d, cited, 13:344 3 , 
344 5 . 

Neuronia pardalis, 12:298-99; 14: 
399 2 . 

Neuroptera, classification, 1:79; 4: 
167, 190; 8:302; 9:465; contribu- 
tions of, 4:208; 5:326; 6:189; 8: 
300; 9:464; 10:512; 11:288; larval 
habits of, 1:74; new species de- 
scribed, 1:298; number of species, 
4:165, 181; reference, 1:162, 316; 
4:10; 5:286; 10:377; 11:272: 12: 
344; species treated of, 4:121-24: 
7:318-20; 8:155-62; 10:463-80; 11: 
234-41; 12:298-99. 

Neuroterus saltatorius, 7:309. 
verrucarum, 5:308, 324. 

nevada, Eudamus, see E. mexicana. 

Nevada agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin cited, 12 293. 

New England farmer cited, 2:57; 4: 
27; 7:360; 10:416; 14:365 3 . 

New England homestead cited, 3:144, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 152; 4:103, 194, 
202; 5:305, 306, 309, 316, 317, 318, 
319, 321, 323; 6:168, 169, 172; 7: 
256, 362, 363, 367; 8:141, 281, 282, 
284; 9:318; 14:339 4 , 340 1 , 340 s , 
340 8 , 341 8 , 342 1 , 344*, 344 7 , 344 8 , 
344"; 345 1 , 345 5 , 345 7 , 346 4 , 347", 
351 2 , 355 2 , 355 4 , 358 4 , 360 5 , 360 7 , 
363 7 , 366 1 , 366 4 , 368, 370, 370 s , 
371". 

New Hampshire agricultural ex- 
periment station, Bulletin cited, 
12:194, 238; Report cited, 12:254. 

New Jersey agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 5: 
220; 11:216, 231, 232, 233; 12:192, 
253, 268, 272; Report cited, 8:141; 
10:378, 478; 11:173, 177, 211, 233, 
241, 242; 12:190, 218, 235, 248, 
253, 272. 

New Jersey state board of agricul- 
ture. Report cited, 14:360 4 . 

New Jersey tea, Corimelaena puli- 
caria on, 8:213. 



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New Mexico agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 10: 
433; 11:222, 232, 233, 250; 12:193; 
13:353 5 . 

New York agricultural experiment 
station (Geneva), Bulletin cited, 
2:118, 234; 5:312, 315; 11:178, 233, 
242; 12:193; 14:336 7 , 337 6 ; Report 
cited, 11:178, 242. See also 
Cornell university agricultural 
experiment station. 

New York daily tribune, abstract 
from, 12:352-53; cited, 12:190; 
14:385 6 , 393 9 . 

New York entomological club, 14: 
305 9 . 

New York entomological society, 
Journal cited, 12:215, 273; 13: 
343 3 , 344 5 . 

New York farmers, Proceedings 
cited, 5:300; 14:353 2 . 

New York homestead cited, 10:488, 
490; 14:378 8 , 379 2 . 

New York microscopical society, 
Journal cited, 9:300, 301, 307; 11: 
182; 12:273; quoted, 12:290, 291. 

New York recorder, abstract from, 
12:352; cited, 12:190; 14:393 7 . 

New York state agricultural so- 
ciety, 14:306 3 ; Bulletin cited, 8: 
152, 154; 14:338 9 ; Monthly journal 
cited, 12:290; Report cited, 1:111, 
152, 163, 221, 233, 254; 5:312, 318; 
6:173, 178, 182, 184; 7:373; 14: 
320 1 , 324 2 , 326 8 , 329 2 , 329 s , 337% 
340 2 , 349 5 , 35 1 9 ; Transactions 
cited, 1:87, 172, 184, 194, 201, 202, 
221, 227, 239, 253, 271, 281; 2: 
68, 102, 125, 132, 148, 164, 168, 
180, 203; 4:27, 107, 114; 5:184,201, 
215, 234, 246, 253, 316; 6:147, 171, 
173, 178, 182, 184; 7:373; 8:152, 
153; 9:299, 317; 11:109, 146, 248; 
12:218, 243, 264; 13:338 3 , 342 9 , 
351 5 ; 14:320S 320 2 , 324 3 , 326 8 , 329 2 , 
329 s , 339 s , 356 6 , 356 7 , 360 s , 361 1 , 
361 2 . See also Insects of New 
York (Fitch). 

New York state cabinet of natural 
history, Report cited, 1:99, 281; 
5:242; 8:152, 153; 9:448, 449, 450; 
14:311 8 . 

New York state department of 
agriculture, Circular, abstract 
from, 12:252; cited, 12:190. 

New York state fishery commis- 
sion, 10th annual report cited, 7: 
373; 14:319 5 . 

New York state museum, Bulletin, 
abstract of, 11:277; 14:356 5 , 356 T , 
388 8 ; cited, 5:207, 308; reprint of 
bulletin, 11:200-33. Circular 



cited, 2:149; 14:335 2 ; Report cited, 
1:116; 2:69, 97, 149, 233; 4:57; 5: 
184, 193, 201, 207, 309, 316; 7:228, 
365, 372, 374; 8:133, 152, 290, 292; 
9:299, 439, 450, 451, 452, 453, 455, 
- 456, 457; 10:497, 498; 11:160; 13: 
343 4 , 348 9 , 352 3 ; 14:306 9 , 314 8 , 314 9 , 
315 8 , 315 9 , 319 4 , 321 1 ,339 5 ,357 1 , 362 2 , 
367 6 , 374 2 , 381 9 , 383 2 , 392 7 , 395 4 , 
398' 9 , 399 9 . See also Insects of 
New York (Lintner). 
New York times cited, 7:358, 360; 8: 

279; 14:364 2 , 365 2 , 369 6 . 
New York tribune cited, 7:255; 9: 

300; 10:388, 502. 
New York weekly tribune cited, 5: 

314; 11:181; 14:338 4 . 
Newberry, J. S., insects from, 10: 
518; on Cicada chambers, 12:283- 
85. 

Newman, Edward, cited, 2:116. 
Newport, George, cited, 4:128. 
Newstead, Robert, cited, 10:405. 
ni, Plusia, of Europe, 1:189; 2:89, 

90, 92; 6:184. 
ni Grote, Plusia, erroneous reference 

of P. brassicae. 
Nichols, D. A. A., insects from, 4: 

207. 
Nichols, J. B. & Son, insects from, 

10:513. 

nictitans, Gortyna, see Hydroecia. 
Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna), 1: 

115, 340; 10:482. 
niger, Chrysops, 9:462; 12:361. 
Nigger killer, 6:190. 
nigra Caenis, Hagen MS., 4:123. 
Cecidomyia, see Diplosis pyri- 

vora. 

Diplosis, see D. pyrivora. 
Formica, see Lasius. 
< Lasius (syn. Formica), 10:308. 
Phlaeothrips, 11:249. 
Phora, 10:403. 
Sciara, 10:394. 

nigricana, Laspeyresia, 13:372 5 . 
var. maizi, Agrotis, see Car- 

neades tessellata. 
nigricollis, Clastoptera, sub species, 

9:395. 
nigricornis, Phytomyza, 4:79; 7: 

242. 

Urocerus, 13:342 2 , 342 4 . 
nigrilabris, Brachynemurus, 11:238. 
nigrinasi, Athysanus, see Bytho- 

scopus. 
Bythoscopus (syn. Athysanus), 

9:401, 410. 
nigrinodis, Cordylopeza, see Galasa 

rubidana. 

nigripes, Cassida, 6:127; 7:363, 383; 
14:366*. 



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m.uTirostris, Phytonomus, 1:248. 
nigrocinctus, Myrmeleon, 7:319. 
nigrofasciatum, Lecanhim (L. per- 
sicae in error), 7:379, 380; 14: 
323*, 323 7 . 
nigrum, Isosoma, see I. tritici 

FitcJi. 
uimbatana, Antithesia, see Pen- 

thina. 

Penthina (syn. Antithesia, Pen- 

thina contrarinna), 1:57; 2: 

228, 230; 4:206; 5:213-15; 6: 

139; 10:483; 14:332 9 , 362 T . 

Nisonindes, 1:333, 335, 336; 2:214; 

5:285; 7:371; 9:449. 
afranius, see ?Thanaos. 
ausonius, see Thanaos. 
brizo. see Thanaos. 
f uneralis, see Thanaos. 
horatius, see Thanaos. 
icelus, see Thanaos. 
juvenalis, see Thanaos. 
lucilius, see Thanaos. 
martialis, see Thanaos. 
naevius, see ?Thanaos. 
pacuvius, see ?Thanaos. 
persius, see Thanaos. 
petronius, see Thanaos. 
propertius, see Thanaos. 
somnus, see ?Thanaos. 
terentius, see Thanaos. 
tibullus, 1:335. 
tristis, see Thanaos. 
virgillus, see Thanaos horatius. 
nitela, Hydroecia, see Hydroecia 

nitela. 
nitida, Aleochara (syn. A. antho- 

myiae), 1:188. 

Allorhina, 1:237, 238, 239; 2: 
114; 5:319; 6:183; 9:353; 10: 
516; 11:268, 286; 13:369 5 ; 14: 
329 7 , 340 8 , 398 3 . 
Thalessa, 4:41. 

nitidalis, Eudioptis* see Margaronia. 
Margaronia, see Margaronia 

nitidalis. 

Phacellura, see Margaronia. 

Phakellura, see Margaronia. 

Phalaena, see Margaronia. 

Nitidulidae injuring apple trees, 11: 

267. 
nivalis, Degeeria (syn. Podura), of 

Europe, 2:244. 

Nemoura, 1:298; 2:240; 14:343 2 . 
Podnra, see Degeeria. 
niveosericearla, Geometra, see 

Ennomos subsignarius. 
niveus, Oecanthus, see Oecanthus 

niveus. 

nivicola, Achorutes, see Schoturus. 
Perla, see Capnia pygmaea. 
Podura, see Schoturus. 



nivicola, Schoturus, see Schoturus 

nivicola. 
nivoriundus, JBoreus, 1:298; 2:237- 

38; 14:343 8 . 
Chironomns,^ 1:13, 298; 2:242-43; 

14:843*. 
noctilucus, Pyrophorus, see Pyroph- 

orus noctilucus. 
Noctua baja (syn. Agrotis), 1:8, 340; 

10:377. 
bicarnea (syn. Agrotis), 1:340; 

10:377. 

clandestina (syn. Agrotis), 1: 

328; 5:282, 317; 6:175; 8:199, 

235; 10:482; 11:121, 265; 14: 

325 T , 339 6 . 

c-nigrum (syn. Agrotis), 1:8; 

10:482; 12:205. 
edusa, see Homoptera lunata 

var. 
fennica (syn. Agrotis), 8:235, 

236. 
haruspica (syn. Agrotis), 10: 

482. 

lunata, see Homoptera. 
normaniana, 10:377. 
plecta (syn. Agrotis), 1:8; 10: 

482. 

saucia, see Peridroma. 
noctuella, Nomophila, 11:143. 
Noctuidae, attracting to bait, 1:70; 
collection of (abstract), 9:453; 
dates of collection of, 10:481-82; 
delayed pupation in, 1:137; de- 
predating on the apple tree, list 
of, 1:328; 11:265; duration of life, 
1:341; 6:184; larvae of, described 
(abstract), 9:455; notes on N. Y. 
species, 9:456 (abstract); 10:376- 
77; oviposition in confinement, 1: 
340; reference, 1:136, 140, 312; 8: 
292; 9:450; 10:490; 14:330 2 ; scent 
organs in, 1:71; sensitiveness to 
paris green, 1:35; species treated 
of 1:99-126; 2:89-97; 4:54-57; 5: 
200-13; 8:231-45; 10:372-76; 12: 
190-214. 

Nolophana malana, see Balsa. 
Nomophila noctuella, 11:143. 
Nordlinger, Hermann, Die Kleinen 

Feinde, cited, 8:140. 
Norman, George, cited, 1:99. 
normaniana, Noctua, 10:377. 
North Carolina, agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 10: 
454; 11:140; 12:193, 268. 
Norton, Edward, cited, 5:173; 13: 
335 s , 338 4 , 340" < quoted, 13:337 3 , 
341; referred to, 12:308; 13:339 7 , 
342 2 . 

nortoni, Thalessa, 4:41. 
Norway maple, see Maple, Norway. 



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notata, Euxesta, 11:267. 
notatifrons MS., Anthomyia, 1:195. 
Notman, Mrs George, insects from, 

9:464. 
Notman, Howard, figure of Neuroma 

pardalis by, 12:299. 
Notodonta concinna, see Schizura, 
dictaea, see Pheosia dimidiate. 
species, 14:313 6 . 

Notodontians, their delayed pupa- 
tion, 1:137. 

Notoloplius antiqua (syn. Orgyia, O. 
nova), 1:98; 7:219, 381; 8:289; 
11:264, 285; 14:373 8 . 
dennita (syn. Orgyia), 4:50; 8: 

289, 296; 14:373 8 . 
leucostigiua (syn Orgyia), ad- 
ditional molt in female, 1: 
98; bibliography, 2:68-69; de- 
scription of stages, 2:70-73; 
depredations, 2:77-78; 9:295, 
429; detailed account, 2:68-89; 
distribution, 2:69; English 
sparrow protects it, 2:80^82; 
food plants, 2:76-77; natural 
history, 2:73-76; new form of 
attack, 2:86-89; 4:15, 48-49; 
5:317; 11:124-26; 12:347, 350; 
parasites, 2:78-79; 5:310; rav- 
ages, great increase of, 2: 
79-80; reference, 1:72, 328; 
4:7; 5:321; 6:107; 7:216, 331; 
8:296; 9:450, 455; 10:481, 495, 
515; 11:121. 264, 279; 12:357; 
14:313 5 , 328 6 , 339", 341 3 , 342 5 , 
357 5 , 358 s , 380 8 , 388% 391 2 , 392% 
395 8 ; remedies and preven- 
tives, 1:33, 61, 64; 2:83-86; 6: 
181; 9:437; second brood in N. 
Y., 4:50-51; 11:125. 
vetusta (syn. Orgyia), 11:285. 
var. cana (syn. Orgyia 

cana), 8:296. 

Notonecta undulata, 8:158. 
Notoxns calcaratus, 11:269. 

monodon, 11:269. 

nova, Orgyia, see Notolophus anti- 
qua. 
noveboracensis, Aulacizes, see Die- 

drocephala. 
Cicada, see C. rimosa. 
Curculio, see Ithycerus. 
Diedrocephala (syn. Aulacizes), 

9:396, 410. 
Formica, see Camponotus her- 

culaneus. 

Ithycerus (syn. Curculio, Pa- 
chyrhynchus schonherri, 1: 
300, 331; 11:270. 

novemnotata, Coccinella, 7:382; 11: 
276; 12:361. 



Novius cardinalis (syn. Vedalia), 6: 

105; 7:360, 382; 14:365 2 . 
nubeculana, Phoxopteris, 1 329; 8: 

123, 297; 11:266. 
nubilata, Prochoerodes, see Sabu- 

lodes. 
Sabulodes (syn. Prochoerodes), 

11:266. 
nubilis, Catocala, 10:482. 

Euparthenos (syn. Parthenos), 

3:136. 

Parthenos, see Euparthenos. 
numitor, Ancyloxypha, 9:461. 
nupera, Calocampa, 9:459; 14:307", 

314 7 . 

nuptialis, Catocala, 11:266. 
nuttalli, Cantharis (syn. Lytta), 8: 

294; 14:317 4 . 
Lytta, see Cantharis. 
Trichodes, 3:138. 
nycteis, Charidryas (syn. Melitaea), 

9:448; 14:311 6 . 
Melitaea, see Charidryas. 
Nycteribidae, 1:79. 
Nyctobates pennsylvanicus, see Alo- 

bates. 

Nyctobora holosericea, 13:375 2 . 
Nysius angustatus (syn. N. destruc- 
tor), 1:195, 331; 2:166; 5:321; 
11:270; 14:341 5 
destructor, see N. angustatus. 
Nyssa sylvatica, see Sour gum tree, 
nyssaefoliella, Antispila, see Antis- 
pila nyssaefoliella. 

Oak, insects injurious to; 

Acordulecera dorsalis, 13:371*. 
Amphibolips prunus, 4:42. 
Amphicerus bicaudatus, 2:130. 
Anisota rubicunda (syn. Dry- 

ocampa), 5:200. 
senatoria, 2:230; 5:195, 197; 

9:453. 

stigma, 5:199. 
virginiensis (syn. A. pellu- 

cida), 5:199. 
Archasia galeata (syn. Smilia 

auriculata), 9:389, 410. 
Atynma inornata (syn. Cyrtolo- 

bus, Smilia), 9:388, 410, 
querci (syn. Smilia), 9:389, 

410. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. 

Eacles), 13:350 8 . 
Cacoecia argyrospila, 6:356; 7: 

356. 
Carynota marmorata (syn. Cyr- 

tosia), 9:389, 410. 
Cecidomyia balsamicola, 4:63. 
Chermes strobilobius (syn. 0. 
atratus), 2:185. 



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523 



Oak. insects injurious to (cont'd) 
Chrysobothris femorata, 6:155. 
Cicada septendecim, 12:274, 

287. 
Cincinnus melslnMinerii (syn. 

Perophora), 7:381. 
Clastoptera obtusa (syn. C. 

testacea), 9:393. 
Corythuca polygrapha Uhler 

MS., 4:109. 
Cyrtolobns van (syn. Smilia), 9: 

'388, 410. 

Datana integerrima, 12:309. 
Dynastes tityus, 5:230. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. B. 

parallelling, 3:150; 5:153, 268; 

6:170; 9:358-60; 10:516; 12: 

314; 13:359 8 ; 14:361". 
Euphoria inda, 1:236. 
Gypona flavilineata, 9:397. 
Homoptera lunata, 4:58. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 

1:111. 

Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Lachnus quercifoliae, 9:407. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229. 

Mellisopus latiferreana, 4:153. 
Myndus impunctatus (syn. Cix- 

ius), 9:386, 410. 
Neuroterus verrucarum, 5:308, 

324. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Otiocerus abbotii, 9:386. 
coquebertii, 9:386. 
kirbyii, 9:386. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187; 9: 

461. 
Plagionotus speciosus, 12:238, 

242. 
Porthetria dispar (syn. Orgyia), 

7:303. 
Prionoxystns robiniae (syn. 

Cossus), 9:426. 
Schizoneura querci, 3:125. 
Sinoxylon basilare, 2:130. 
Smilia camelus (syn. S.vittata), 

9:389. 
Stictocephala inermis (syn. 

Smilia), 9:388, 410. 
Systena marginalis, 4:156. 
Telamona monticola (syn. T. 

querci), 9:391, 410. 
reclivata, 9:391. 
Thelia univittata, 9:392. 
Tremex columba, 2:227; 4:38. 
Thyridopteryx epherneraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 
Typhlocyba querci (syn. Em- 

poa), 9:403, 410. 



Oak, insects injurious to (cont'd) 
Vanduzea arquata (syn. Cary- 

nota), 9:388, 410. 
Xylotrechus colonus, 4:93, 194. 
black, insects injurious to; 
Amphibolipa prunus, 4:42. 
Anisota senatoria, 5:197. 
blue jack, Andricus saltatus on, 

7:309. 
bur, Neuroterus saltatorius on, 

7:309. 

dwarf chestnut, Anisota sena- 
toria on, 5:193, 197. 
post, Neuroterus saltatorius on, 

7:309. 

red, insects injurious to; 
Anisota senatoria, 5:197. 
Cynips primus, 4:205. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E. 

IKirjillerum), 6:170. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
scarlet, Anisota senatoria on, 5: 

197. 

scrub, insects injurious to; 
Anisota senatoria, 5:197. 
Cynips operator, 4:205. 
Kermes galliformis, 12:317, 

363. 
Megalopyge crispata (syn. La- 

goa), 9:452. 
swamp white, Cynips glandulo- 

sus on, 4:44. 

white, insects injurious to; 
Anisota senatoria, 5:197. 
Neuroterus saltatorius, 7:309. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
Oak apples, Bibio albipennis on, 2: 

113. 
Oak caterpillar, yellow striped, 5: 

192. 
Oak galls, 5:308; 14:356 ! ; Caecilius 

and Elipsocus in, 1:161. 
Oak Kermes, 12:316-17; 14:399". 
Oak plum gall Cynips, 4:42, 205; 

14:357*. 

Oak pruner, 3:141, 150; 4:179; 5:153, 
268, 325; 6:170; 12:239, 354; 13: 
359 7 , 373 8 ; 14,:361 5 , 363 s , 394 s , 399 4 , 
400 2 . 

Oates, E. F., insects from, 4:208. 
Oats, insects injurious to; 

Blissus leucopterus, 1:7; 2:151. 
Gephus pygmaeus, 7:334. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:196, 

197, 198, 206, 309. 
Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Aphis, A. avenae, Siphono- 
phora avenae), 2:225; 3:114; 
5:247, 249, 250; 6:103; 7:218; 
8:222. 



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Oats, insects injurious to (cont'd) 
Psocid species, 12:364. 
Silvanus surinamensis, 9:462. 
Sitotroga cerealella, 2:106. 
Thrips species, 11:250. 
wire worms, 8:197. 
obeliscoides, Carneades, 13:372 3 . 
Obtrea ba^alis, see O. bimaculata. 
bimaculata (syn. O. basalis, O. 
perspicillata, O. tripuuctata, 
Saperda affinis, S. bimaculata, 
S. tripunctata), 1:57, 297: 4: 
47, 189, 207; 5:231-33; 7:360; 
9:457; 11:170, 171; 14:314 3 , 
318 2 , 362 8 . 

ocellata (syn. Elaphidion), 11 :268. 
perspicillata, see O. bimaculata. 
schaurnii, 5:233. 
species, 11:269. 
tripunctata, see O. bimaculata. 
obesa, Amara, 10:493. 
Siphonella, 1:225. 
obesum, Anobium see Sitodrepa 

panicea. 

Scolytus, see Xyleborus dispar. 
obesus, Xyleborus, see X. dispar. 
oblineatus, Capsus, see Lygus pra- 

tensis. 

oblinita, Acronycta, 9:456; 11:205. 
obliqua Ery throne lira, sec Typhlo- 

cyba. 
Typhlocyba (syn. Erythro- 

ueura), 9:403, 410. 
obliteralis, Loxostege (syii. Botis 

marculenta), 10:483. 
oblongifolia, Aniblycorypha (svn. 
Phylloptera), 6:189; 7:369; 9: 
464; 10:512, 519; 11:284, 288; 
12:363; l^rSlS 1 . 

Phylloptera, see Amblycorypha. 
obovatus, Gamasus, 3:134; 10:451. 
obscura, Cistela, see Hymenorus ob- 

scurus. 

Sciara, 12:226. 
obscurella, Phytomyza, 4:79. 
obscuripes. Formica, 12:182. 
obscurus, Bruchus, a probable error 

for B. obtectus. 
Hylastinus, see Hylastes tri- 

folii. 

Hymenorus (syn. Cistela ob- 
scura), 1:331; 2:226; 6:129; 
11:269; 14:332 8 , 367*. 
Tenebrio, 8:110, 177; 9:307-9, 
442, 463; 10:498; 14:375 6 , 383*. 
Observer of nature cited, 11:126, 134, 

181. 

obsidianator, Trogus, 7:228. 
obsoletum, Dendroleon (syn. Myr- 
meleon ocellatus), 7:319; 9:440; 
11:237, 238, 240; 14:374 7 . 



obsoletus, Brachytarsus, see B. 

variegatus. 

Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 
obtectus, Bruchus (syn. B. breweri, 
B. fabae, B. fabi, B. granaria, B. 
irresectus, B. obsoletus, B. pallid- 
ipes, B. subellipticus, B. varicor 
nis, Mylabris irresecta, B. ob 
scurus and B. subarmatus in 
error), 2:49, 228; 6:178, 185; 7:217, 
255, 256, 257, 261, 262, 263, 264, 
278, 279, 367, 383; 8:298; 9:440, 
463; 10:382, 511; 11:286; 12:362; 
14:327 2 , 330 7 , 333 2 , 368 8 , 374 5 . 
obtrusa, Diplax, 4:208. 
obtusa, Cercopis, see Clastoptera. 
Clastoptera (syn. C. achatina. C. 
pini, C. testacea, Cercopis), 
5:242-46; 8:107, 152-53, 299; 9: 
393-94, 410; 10:497; 14:362 9 , 
382 s . 

Empoasca, 11:270. 
obtusus, Balaninus, 12:271. 
occiden tails, Acronycta, 1:328; 11: 

265. 
Cerura, 1:137; 7:375; 14:307 8 , 

321 5 . 

oceanus, Pyrgus, see P.-macaira. 
ocellana, Tmetocera, see Tmetocera 

ocellana. 

ocellaris, Sciara, 10:388. 
ocellata, Anatis (syn. A. 15-punc- 
tata), 3:116; 5:305; 8:284, 298; 
13:362 6 , 373 2 ; 14:354 8 , 371 9 . 
Elaphidion, see Oberea. 
Oberea (syn. Elaphidion), 11: 

268. 

ocellatus, Myrmeleon, see Dendro- 
leon obsoletum. 
Smerinthus, see S. geminatus 

var. 

ochracea, Systena, see S. taeniata. 
Tribolium, see T. ferrugineum. 
ochrolabis, Sciara, 10:394; 12:227. 
Ocneria dispar, see Porthetria. 
octolineata, Gypona (syn. Tetti- 

gonia), 9:397. 
Tettigonia, see Gypona. 
octomaculata, Agarista, see Alypia. 
Alypia (syn. Agarista, Sesia, 
Sphinx, Zygaena), 1 :33; 5:179- 
83; 6:177; 8:296; 9:455; 10: 
481; 13:371 7 ; 14:313 2 , 326 4 , 
362 6 . 

Sesla, see Alypia. 
Sphinx, see Alypia. 
Zygaena, see Alypia. 
ocularia, Ecpantheria, see Ecpan- 

theria ocularia. 

oculatisslma, Phalaena, see Ecpan- 
theria ocularia. 



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525 



oculatus, Alans, 1:330; 2:230; 4: 
141, 207; 5:317, 325; 6:189; 9:448; 
11:267; 12:361; 14:311*, 333 8 , 339", 
357". 

Ocyptera euchenor, 12:210. 
Odonata, 4:180; 10:377; 11:104-5.' 
Odontota dorsalis (syn. O. scutel- 
laris. O. suturalis in error, 
Anoplitis scutellaris, Chryso- 
mela scutellaris, Hispa sutu- 
ralis). Ublio-rapliy, 12:264-65; 
description of beetle and 
larvae, 12:266; distribution, 
12:267; figures of, 12:265, 
267; food plants, 11:269; 12: 
266; in West Virginia, 12:265- 
66; on Long Island, 12:265; 
parasites, 12:267; reference, 
1:309, 320; 10:369; 11:269; 13: 
374 1 ; 14:399. 
nervosa (syn. O. rosea), 1:331; 

11:269. 

rosea, see O. nervosa. 
rubra, 11:269. 
scutellaris, see O. dorsalis. 
suturalis, erroneous reference 

of O. dorsalis. 
odontotae, Sniicra (syn. Spilochal- 

cis, 12:267. 

Spilochalcis, see Smicra. 
Trichogramma, 12:267. 
odora, Erebus, 4:138; 7:306; 9:440; 

14:357", 374 8 . 
Odynerus, 6:111. 
capra, 9:461. 
philadelphiae, 7:229. 
Oecanthus, 10:486. 

fascia tus, 5:310; 6:189; 10:486; 

11:284; 14:358 7 , 377 T . 
latipennis, 5:312; 14:337 4 . 
niveus, habits, 5:302; oviposit- 
ing in peach twigs, 4:147; 
ovipositing in poplar, 8:384; 
reference, 1:315, 332; 5:310, 
312, 326; 6:189; 8:293; 9:464; 
10:486, 512, 519; 11:271, 284, 
288; 14:316 7 , 350 s , 353 T , 357 9 , 
358 7 , 377 T . 

Oecidium pyratum, aecidial form 
of Gym no sporangium macropus, 
6:182; 14:328 S . 
Oecophora granella, see Sitotroga 

cerealella. 

Oedemagena tarandi, 6:111. 
Oedemasia concinna, see Schizura. 
eximia, see Schizura. 
salicis, 11:265. 

Oedionvchus thoracica, 13:373 8 . 
Oedipoda phoenicoptera, see Hippis- 

cus tuberculatus. 
virginiana, see Chortophaga 
viridifasciata. 



oedipodinis, Sarcophaga, 12:210. 
Oenectra pilleriana, 1:56. 
Oenothera biennis, Deilephila cha- 

maenerii on, 12:359. 
Oestlund, O. W., cited, 5:246; 12: 

290. 

Oestridae, 1:299;' 2:46; 6:111; 7:367. 
Oestrus bovis, see Hypoderma. 
equi, see Gastrophilus. 
nasalis, see Gastrophilus. 
ovis (syn. Cephalomyia), 1:299. 
Ogdensburg daily journal cited, 1: 

127; 6:182; 14:329'. 
Ohio agricultural experiment sta- 
tion, Bulletin cited, 11:122, 146, 

152, 178, 219, 233, 242; 12:191, 248, 

265, 273; 13:352 7 ; Report cited, 7: 

256. 
Ohio farmer cited, 7:321, 368; 10: 

408; 14:359*. 

Oiketicus townsendi, 11:264. 
Oil beetles, 6:119, 131; 9:458; 10: 

511; 11:286; 14:314 6 , 367 9 . 
oleae, Lecanium, 1:332; 11:271. 
Oleander, insects injurious to; 

Aspidiotus nerii, 2:32; 5:279, 
317; 8:214, 279; 11:203, 264; 
14:369 7 . 

Lecanium hesperidum, 2:32. 
oleivorus, Typhlodromus, 3:144; 4: 

177; 8:281; 10:503; 14:370 T . 
Olene achatina (syn. Parorgyia 

parallela), 1:328; 9:455; 11:264; 

14:313'. 
oleracea, Pieris, 1:322; 4:136; 7: 

219: 9:444, 449; 10:507; 12:308; 

14:309 4 , 311 a . 
Oliarus quinquelineatus (syn. Cix- 

ius), 9:386, 410. 

olinalis, Pyralis, erroneous refer- 
ence of P. costalis. 
olitoria, Ccelidia, see Jassus olito- 

rius. 
olitorius, Jassus (syn. Coelidia, C. 

subbifasclata), 9:398, 410. 
olivacea, Mamestra, 10:377. 
Olive, Aspidiotus ancylus on, 11: 

287. 
Olivier, A. G., cited, 1:232, 247; 2: 

102, 132, 187; 5:234; 9:300; 11:174; 

Entomologie, ou Mstoire natureUe 

des insectes, CoUopteres cited, 2: 

132: 4:93; 5:231; 9:300; 10:416; 

12:264; quoted, 11:174. 
Olliff, A. S., cited, 2:136; 11:232. 
Oncideres cingulata, 1:331; 2:87; 11: 

269; twig girdler, 11:125. 
Oncocnemis atrifasciata (syn. 

Homohadena), 5:285. 
Oneida historical society, 14:305". 
Oneonta herald quoted, 12:196. 



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Onion, Insects, etc., injurious to; 
Agrotis ypsilon, 8:126, 188-91, 

296; 14:371", 382. 
Carneades messoria (syn. Agro- 

tis), 8:188, 236. 
cut worms, 4:13; 8:236. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206. 
Phorbia ceparum, 1:172; 2:28; 

3:85; 4:13; 10:486. 
fusciceps (syn. P.cilicrura), 

1:181. 
Polydesmus complanatus, 3: 

133; 12:301. 
serratus, 12:301. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:242, 243, 245; 

13:363. 

wire worms, 4:13. 
Onion fly (Phorbia ceparum), Ameri- 
can, compared with the Euro- 
pean, 1:179-80; bibliography, 1: 
172; detailed account, 1:172-81; 
generic position, 1:180-81; .indica- 
tion and progress of attack, 1 :175- 
76; insect enemies, 1:176-77; loss 
caused by, 3:85; natural history, 
1:173-75; references, 1:8, 191, 192, 
196, 200, 204, 296, 322; 9:375; 14: 
335", 377 7 ; remedies and preven- 
tives, 1:46, 52, 177-79: 10:486. 
Onion maggot, 2:28; 4:13; 5:319; 14: 

340 T . 
Onion Thrips, 11:241-47; 12:357; 13: 

363 8 ; 14:395. 

onopordinis, Tephritls, 1:49, 52. 
ontariella, Depressaria, see D. herac- 

liana. 

Ontario agricultural experiment sta- 
tion, Bulletin quoted, 11:119. 
Ontario county times cited, 1:116, 
117; 3:143; 5:312; 6:185; 14:332\ 
337 5 , 337 6 , 343 8 . 
Oospora scabies, 10:446, 487; 14: 

377 9 . 
opaculus, Hylesinus, 4:144, 145; 7: 

352; 9:367; 14:350*, 357. 
Lyctus, 2:130. 
operator, Andricus (syn. Cynips), 4: 

205. 

Cynips, see Andricus. 
opercularis, Lagoa, see Megalopyge. 
Megalopyge (syn. Lagoa), 1:328; 
4:51, 52, 206; 11:264; 14:357'. 
Operophtera boreata. 11:266. 
Ophion arctiae, 7:228; 12:183, 189. 
bilmeatum, 4:205. 
macrurum, 7:228. 
purgatum, 12:193, 211. 
opimus, Phytonomus, see P. puncta- 

tus. 

oppositus, Leptoglossus, 3:141, 153: 
14:346 T . 



Opsicoetus personatus (syn. Redu- 
vius), 4:112, 133; 5:316; 13:374 S ; 
14:339 2 . 

opthalmicus, Smerinthus, 9:451. 
Optllete, see Carynota. 
Orange, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Aramigus fuller!, 2:143. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 8:215. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E. 

parallelum), 9: 359. 
Heraclides cresphontes (syn. 

Papilio), 9:337. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187, 188; 6: 

104; 7:340. 
Megalopyge opercularis (syn. 

Lagoa), 4:53. 
Monomorium carbonarium, 10: 

366. 

pharaonis (syn. M. moles- 
turn), 10:366. 

Mytilaspis pomorum, 4:115. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
Solenopsis geminata, 10:366. 
Stagmomantis Carolina (syn. 

Mantis), 4:161. 
Thrips species, 11:248, 249, 

250. 
Typhlodromus oleivorus, 3:144; 

8:281. 

Orange county -farmer cited, 3:148; 

5:303, 305; 8:286; 9:318; 10:492, 

496: 12:235; 14:354 8 , 354 8 , 372 4 , 

379 T , 381 6 . 

Orange Judd farmer cited, 7:357; 

14:364 1 . 

Orange mite, 10:503. 
Orange rust mite, 4:177. 
oratoria, Mantis, 4:162. 
orbitalis, Evacanthus, 9:397. 
Orchard grass. Nectarophora gran- 
aria (syn. Siphonophora avenae) 
on, 5:252. 

Orchelimum glaberrimum, 11:271. 
Orchesella flavo-picta, 2:207. 
Orchestris vittata, see Phyllotreta. 
Orcutt I. H. and Aldrich, J. M., 

cited, 11:1.82. 

Oregon agricultural experiment sta- 
tion, Bulletin cited, 10:454. 
oregonensis, Euchaetes, 9:455; 14: 

313 5 . 

Orgyia antiqua, see Notolophus. 
cana, see Notolophus vetusta 

var. 

defmita, see Notolophns. 
leucostigma, see Notolophus. 
nova, see Notolophus antiqua. 
vetusta, see Notolophus. 
orgyiae, Cratotechus (syn. Tricho- 

gramma), 1:303; 2:79. 
Tachina, see T. mella. 



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527 



orgyiae, Tetrastichus, 2:79. 

Trichogramma, see Cratotechus. 
Oribatidae, 5:290. 

orientalis, Periplaneta (syn. Stylop- 
yga), 1:62; 7: 325; 12:363; 13: 
375 1 . 

Stylopyga, see Periplaneta. 
Oriole, feeding on Cicada, 12:289. 
Baltimore, feeding on army 

worm, 12:209. 
Ormenis pruinosa (syn. Poecilop- 

tera), 9:387, 410. 

Ormerod, E. A., insects from, 7:383; 
Injurious farm and fruit insects of 
South Africa cited, 7:256; Manual 
of injurious insects cited, 1:172, 
184, 191, 239; 5:246; 7:279, 280; 
11:249; 14:368; Observations on 
injurious insects, Reports cited, 1: 
172, 239; 5:246; 7:279, 280; 8:140; 
10:454; 11:147, 148, 249. 
ornata, Strachia, see S f estiva. 

Tettix. 2:197. 

Ornithomyia avicularia, 1:299. 
Ornix acerifoliella, see Incurvaria. 
crataegif oliella, 1 1 :267. 
geminatella (syn. Lithocolletls, 
Ornix prunivorella), 1:330; 
11:267. 

prunivorella, see O. geminatella. 

Orphulella pelidna (syn. Steno- 

brothrus maculipennis, S. 

propinquans), 2:196. 

speciosa (syn. Stenobothrus 

aequalis, S. bilineatus), 2:196. 

Orris root, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4: 

92. 

Orthaltica copalina, 5:271; 14:363 8 . 
Orthesia cataphracta (syn. Dorthe- 

sia) 1:286. 
Orthodes crenulata (syn. O.infirma), 

1 :340. 

infirma, see O. crenulata. 
Orthofidonia vestaliata (syn. Cory- 

cia), 1:329; 11:266. 
Orthoptera, classification, 1:79; 4: 
167, 190; 8:302; 9:466; contribu- 
tions of, 4:208; 5:326; 6:189; 8: 
300; 9:464; 10:512, 519; 11:288; 
12:363; 13:375; Gordius a para- 
site of, 4:126; number of species, 
4:165, 181; on apple tree, list, 1: 
332; 11 271; on hemlock, 4:21, 25; 
oviposition of, 1:74; reference, 1: 
17; 10:360; sense organs of, 1:69; 
species treated of, 2:187-98; 4: 
158-62; 6:149-53; 9:330-34; 10:439- 
45; studies in, 4:10. 
Orthosia bicolorago, 10:482. 

var. ferruginoides (syn. O. 
ferruginoides), 8:291; 14: 
315*. 



Orthosia ferruginoides, see O. bi- 
colorago var. 
helva, 1:340. 

instabilis, see Taeniocampa alia, 
ralla, 8:291; 14:315 5 . 
Orthosoma brunneum (syn. O. 
cylindricum, O. pennsyl- 
vanica, O. sulcatum, O. uiii- 
color), 4:20, 22, 23; 11:268. 
cylindricum, see O. brunneum. 
pennsylvauica,)see O. brunneum. 
sulcatum, see O. brunneum. 
unicolor, see O. brunneum. 
ortonii, Agrotis, see Peridroina sau- 

cia. 
oryzae, Calandra, 7:362, 383; 9:308; 

10:511; 13:374'; 14:365 9 . 
Osage orange, insects injurious to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224. 
Coccus hesperidum, 7:370. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 1 : 

301; 6:143; 11:281; 14:390 B . 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Osborn, Herbert, cited, 1:99; 2:126, 
180; 8:152; 10:433, 453; 11:146, 
152, 247, 249; 12:193, 273, 335; 13: 
335 5 344 4 , 352 5 , 353 8 ; Partial cata- 
logue of the animals of Iowa cited, 
13:335 5 344*. 
Osborn, Herbert and Cossard, H. 

H., cited, 11:146, 152. 
Osborn, Herbert and Mally, C. W., 

cited, 11:242, 246. 
Osborn, Herbert and Sirrine, F. A., 

cited, 11:147, 152. 
Osborn. Herbert and Underwood, L. 

M., cited, 10:453. 

Osborne, A. O., insects from, 5:326. 
Osburn, W., cited, 11:181. 
osceola, Pamphila, 7:374; 14:306 7 , 

321 4 . 
Oscinidae, 1:221; 3:96, 148; 4:67, CS, 

78; 7:234, 377; 9:313. 
Oscinis coxendix, 1 :225. 
crassifemoris, 1:225. 
frit, 1:225. 
glabra, 1:225. 
granarius, 1:225. 
pumilionis (syn. Chlorops), 1: 

225, 226. 
taeniopus, 1:225. 
tibialis, see Chloropisca. 
trifolii, see Agromyza diminuta. 
vastator, of Europe, 1:224. 
Osmoderma eremicola, 1:330; 11: 

268. 
scabra, 1:330; 11:268, 284; 12: 

361; 13:373 5 . 

Osten Sacken, C. R., cited, 1:211; 
2:216; 7:228; 10:388, 405, 478; 12: 
229; quoted, 11:164; referred to, 



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11:163; 12:321; Catalogue of the 
Diptera of North America, cited, 1 : 
173, 181, 184, 194, 199, 201, 202, 
211, 216, 221; 2: 116; 4:63; 7:228; 
9:309; 10:388, 405; 12:229; Mono- 
graph of the Diptera of North 
America, cited, 4:63; 11:248; 
Western Diptera (Bulletin United 
States geological and geographi- 
cal survey), cited, 1:211; 7:228. 
ostreaeformis, Aspidiotus, 11:271. 
Diaspis, erroneous reference, of 

D. pyri. 
Oswego daily times cited, 4:198; 8: 

141, 283; 14:349 2 , 371 8 , 371 4 . 
Oswcgo semi-weekly times cited, 8: 

286; 14:372 5 . 

Osweffo tim,cs quoted, 12:197. 
Otiocerus abbotii, 9:386. 

coquebertii, 1:298; 9:386. 
degeerii, 9:386. 
kirbyii, 9:386. 
wolfii, 9:386. 
Otiorhynchidae, 2:142; 10:416-19; 

11:269. 

Otiorhynchns ligneus, see O. ovatus. 
oyatus (syn. O. ligneus, Cur- 
culio), attacking cabbage, 10: 
418-19; attacking strawber- 
ries, 7:360; 10:418; beneath 
carpets, 3:141; bibliography, 
10:416-17; in dwellings, 6:107, 
118; 9:297; 10:416-18; refer- 
ence, 2:52; 3:141; 4:141; 6: 
189; 7:331; 9:422; 463, 466; 
10:495. 511; 12:352; 14:365 3 , 
380, 393 5 . 

picipes, see O. singularis. 
singularis (syn. 6. picipes), 2: 

52; 10:418; 11:269. 
sulcatus, 2:51, 52; 10:418; 11- 

269; 13:374 3 . 
tenebricosus, 2:52. 
Ottawa field naturalists club, 

Transactions cited, 5:216. 
Ottawa naturalist cited, 13:335*. 
Otterson, C. A., insects from, 13: 

372 5 . 
Otterson. J. A., insects from, 13: 

37P, 372 6 , 373 1 , 374*. 
Otus cnotus, see Ampelophaga 

myron. 

myron, see Ampelophaga. 
ou, Plusia, 2:97. 
ovata, Chalcis (O. fulvipes in error), 

1:86; 11:132. 
Dibolia, 10:416. 

ovatus. Curculio, see Otiorhynchus. 
Otiorhynchus, see Otiorhynchus 

ovatus. 
ovinus, Melophagus, 1:62, 229. 



ovis, Cephalomyia, see Oestrus. 

Oestrus (syn. Cephalomyia), 1: 
299. 

Owen, Richard, cited, 2:102. 

Owl [Glens Falls, N. Y.], cited, 4: 
194, 196; 14:347 5 , 348 2 . 

Owl beetle, 4:141; 5:317; 9:447, 458; 
14:311 4 , 339 9 . 

Owlet moths, 1 :113. 

Ox eye daisy, Thripidae on, 11:247. 

Ox gad fly, 4:199; 6:115. 

Ox warble fly, 4:199; 6:111-15; 14: 
349 3 , 367 7 . 

Oxalis, white, Aleyrodes species on, 
7:383. 

oxycoccana, Teras. 11:266. 

oxylus, Limneria, 12:211. 

Oxyptilus periscelidactylus (syn. 
Pterophorus), bibliography, 12: 
218; description, 12:219-21; distri- 
bution, 12:222; family character- 
istics, 12:219; figures, 12, plate 4, 
fig. 3, 4, 5; plate 5. fig. 8, 9; 
life history, 12:221-22; parasites, 
12:222; ravages, 12:219; refer- 
ence, 8:297; 10:516; 13:372 5 ; 14: 
371 T , 399 4 ; remedies, 12:222. 

Oxytelus rugosus, 1:189; 3:134, 142. 
sculpturatus, 1:189. 

Pachylobius picivorus, 3:144; 14: 
344 2 . 

Pachypsylla celtidis-mamma, 3:141. 

Pachyrhynchus schonherri, sec 
Ithycerus noveboracensls. 

Pacific rural press cited, 5:220. 

pacifica, Taeniocampa, 11:265. 

Packard, A. S., cited, 1:81, 87, 211; 
2:68, 203, 208; ^,:20, 51, 93, 128, 
19; 5:164, 184, 192, 207; 7:225; 8: 
129, 133, 160; 10:404, 477; 11:240, 
248, 251; 12:183, 237, 243; 13:343 1 ; 
quoted, 12:240-41, 245, 246,247-48, 
311; 13:346 8 -47 2 ; referred to, 4: 
192; 12:241, 244, 267, 291; 13:346*; 
Entomology for beginners cited, 4: 

115, 120; 5:164; 7:255; 8:155, 160; 
9:317; 10:377, 404, 477; 11:109, 
240, 248; 12:218, 230; First memoir 
on the Bombycine moths cited, 13: 
343 3 ; Guide to the study of insects 
cited, 1:81, 110, 157, 172, 194, 199, 
211, 227, 233, 239.271; 2:57, 97,111, 

116, 132, 149, 203; 4:35, 80, 107, 
114, 128, 159; 5:184; 7:255; 8:155, 
160; 9:317; 10:377, 388, 404, 453, 
477; 11:109, 146, 174, 240, 248; 12: 
218, 230, 237, 264, 290, 301, 344; 
13:343S 35 1 7 ; Injurious insects new 
mid little known cited, 1:253; 7: 
255; Insects injurious to forest and 



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shade trees (Bull. no. 7, U. S. ent. 
comm., 1881), cited, 1:81, 87; 2: 
180; 4:20, 03; 5:184,192,216,234; 8: 
154; 11:160, 181; 12:237, 243, 247; 
14:331 4 ; Insects injurious to forest 
and shade trees (5th rep't U. S. 
ent. comm. 1886-90), cited, 8:133, 
152, 154; 11:157, 181, 197; 12:237, 
243, 265, 267; 13:338", 343 1 ; Mono- 
graph of the Oeometrid moths or 
Phalaenidae cited, 1:18; 2:97; 8: 
129; Report on the injurious and 
beneficial insects of Massachusetts 
cited, 1:157; 2:149, 168; 7:255; 12: 
267; Report on the Rocky Mountain 
Locust and other insects (in 9th 
ann. rep't. of U. S. G. G. Surv. of 
the terr. for 1875), cited, 1:110, 
172, 191, 194, 239, 253, 264; 2:57, 
89, 149; 4:28; 5:246; 7:255; 11: 
126; 13:351 7 ; Thysanura of Essex 
co., Mass, cited, 11:251; Zoology 
for high schools and colleges cited, 
11:477. 

packardata, Cidaria, see Eustroma 
populatum. 

packardi, Grapholitha, 1:57. 

Packardia eiegans, 8:290. 

pacnvius, Ni^onlades, see ?Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 7: 
375; 14:307 2 , 321 4 . 

Paine, J. A., insects from, 7:383; 10: 
515. 

Paleacrita vernata (syn. Anisop 
teryx), coal oil refuse for, 2:27; 
depredating on apple, 1:329; 2: 
7-9; 3:84; 5:258-59; 9:296; 12: 
311, 312, 350; jarring for, 1:57; 
london purple for, 2:44; paris 
green for, 1:33; 12:311, 350; refer- 
ence, 1:72; 4:139, 140; 9:422; 11: 
121, 266; 12:356, 360; 13:365 8 ,370 9 ; 
14:331 5 , 331 9 , 338 2 , 340 5 ,. 343 6 , 349 T , 
363 1 , 392 1 , 395 2 , 396 5 ; remedies, 2: 
8, 9, 224, 225; 3:93-96, 142; 5:242, 
259, 313-14, 318-19; 12:311, 350; 
spread, 1:11; 4:185; swine for, 1: 
61. 

Palingenia natata, see Ephemera 
simulans. 

Palisot de Beauvois, A. M. F. J., 
Insectes recueillis en Afrique et en 
Amerique cited, 2:187; 7:246; 13: . 
342 8 , 351 5 . 

pallens, I/eucania, 1:340; 4:206. 

palliatus, Desmocerus, 1:297; 5:325; 
6:188; 9:462. 

pallida, Bryobia, see B. pratensis. 

pallidicornis, Torymus, 11:164. 

pallidipes, Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 

pallidus, Idiocerus, 9:399. 

pallipennis, Carpophilus, 9:462. 



pallipes, Mycetobia, 10:392. 

Polistes (syn. P. fuscatus), 1: 
330; 3:135; 6:109; 11:264, 284. 
Scenopinus, see S. fenestralis. 
Palm, insects on; 

Aramigus fulleri, 2:143. 
Scarabaeid, 8:298. 
Palmer, W. J., insects from, 5:325. 
Palmer worm, 1:300, 329; 11:267. 
Palmyra courier, 14:343'. 
Palthis angulalis, 11:266. 
Pamphila, 2:214; 5:285. 
ethlius, see Galpodes. 
leonardus, see Anthomaster. 
metacomet, see Euphyes. 
osceola, 7:374; 14:306 7 , 321 4 . 
peckius, see Polites. 
pampinaria, Boarmia, see Cleora. 

Cleora (syn. Boarmia), 11:266. 
pampinatrix, Choerocainpa, see Am- 

pelophaga myron. 
Sphinx, see Ampelophaga my- 
ron. 

Pandemis limitata, 10:483. 
pandorus, Philampelus (syn. P. 
satellitia), 5:175, 177; 10:481, 508; 
13:371 6 ; 14:309 8 . 

panicea, Sitodrepa (syn. Anobium 
paniceum, A. obesum, Dermestes 
paniceus), 4:88-93, 197, 198, 207; 
7:311; 9:440; 13:373 4 ; 14:348 7 , 
349 1 , 357 4 , 374*. 
paniceum, Anobium, see Sitodrepa 

panieea. 
paniceus, Dermestes, see Sitodrepa 

panicea. 

Paniscus geminatus, 8:238. 
Paiiorpa, 2:213; 10:463, 464, 467, 

472, 473, 476, 477, 478. 
canadensis, 10:478. 
communis, 10:465, 466, 477. 
germanica, 10:465. 
hyernailis, see Boreus. 
maculosa, 10:464, 465. 
nematogaster, 10:465. 
rufescens, 10:464-73, 478-80; 12: 

352; 14:393 4 . 
subfurcata, 10:478. 
Panorpidae, 2:236. 
Pansy, insects, etc., injurious to; 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Polydesmus complanatus 12: 

301. 
wild, fertilized by Thrips, 11:248, 

249. 
Panthea fnrcilla (syn. Platycerura), 

9:450, 455; 14:313 8 . 
pantherinus, Dendroleon, 11:239. 

Myrmeleon, 7:320. 
Panton, J. H., cited, 12:194; quoted, 
11:119. 



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Paonlas excaecatus (syn. Smerln- 
thus), 1:327; 10:508; 11:264; 14: 
309'. 

Papilio cited, 1:81, 87; 2:57, 89; 5: 
193, 213, 317; 6:179, 180; 7:225; 
12:214; 14:306, 307 1 , 327 8 , 327 6 , 
339 7 . 
Papilio asterias, see P. polyxenes. 

cresphontes, see Heraclides. 
, philenor, see Laertias. 

polyxenes (syn. P. asterias), 
3:140; 4:136; 10:507, 515; 12: 
307; 14:309*. 
rutulus, 8:296. 
troilus, see Euphoeades. 
turnus, see Jasoniades glaucns. 
Papilios, scarcity of, 12:307. 
Parajulus impressus (syn. Julus), 

3:132. 

parallela, Aphrophora (syn. Lepy- 
ronia), 1:285; 4:121; 5:245; 9: 
393, 410. 

Lepyronia, see Aphrophora. 
Parorgyia, see Olene achatina. 
Parallelia bistriaris, 10:482. 
parallelum, Elaphidion, see E. vil- 

losum. 
Paramesus vitellinus (syn. Acoceph- 

alus), 9:397, 410. 
Parandra brunnea, 11:268. 
paraplecticus, Lixus, of Europe, 1: 

260. 

Parasa chloris (syn. P. fraterna), 
1:328; 5:186, 190; 9:443; 11: 
264; 14:375. 
fraterna, see P. chloris. 
Parasitic insects, introduction of, 7: 

340-41. 

Parasitic mite, 4:200; 5:290. 
pardalis, Neuronia, 12:298-99; 14: 

399 2 . 

Pardee, A. jr, insects from, 10:509. 
Parharmonia pini (syn. Harmonia), 

4:19; 13:370 9 , 371 7 ; 14:398 T . 
Paria aterrima, see Typophorus 

canellus. 
Parker, Jesse, insects from, 10:517, 

519. 

Parker, Sarah, insects from, 7:384. 
Parlatoria species ?, 8:279; 14:369 T . 
Parmula cocciformis, see Microdon 

globosus. 
Parorgyia parallela, see Olene 

achatina. 
Parsley, insects injurious to; 

Papilio polyxenes (syn. P. 

asterias), 10:515. 

Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 

Parsnip, insects injurious to; 

Aphids, 3:84, 123; 4:204; 14: 

346 2 , 352". 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 



Parsnip, insects injurious to; 

Siphocoryne pastinacae, 3:123, 

151. 

Trypetidae, 5:282. 
Parsnip plant louse, European, 3: 

123. 

parta, Catocala, 9:456; 14:313 7 . 
parthenice, Arctia, see Euprepia. 

Euprepia (syn. Arctia), 10:481. 
Parthenium integrifolium, Phymata 

wolffii (syn. P. erosa) on, 3:108. 
Parthenos nubilis, see Euparthenos. 
parthenos, Platarctia, see P. hyper- 

borea. 

Parus atricapillus, sec Chickadee, 
parvulus, Sphenophorus, 1:261. 
pascuellus, Crambus, 1 :150. 
Pasimachus elongatus, 12:209. 
passer, Hadena, see Luperina, 

Luperina (syn. Hadena), 10:482. 
Passion vine, insects injurious to; 
Epicauta pennsylvanica, 2:227. 

vittata, 1:40. 

Pastinaca sativa, see Parsnip, 
pa'stinacae, Siphocoryne, 3:123, 151. 
Patten, G. M., insects from, 12:362. 
Patten, Mrs M. M., insects from, 8: 

300. 

pauciseta, Sciara, 12:224, 225, 361. 
Pavek, George, not harmed by Ci- 
cada, 12:287. 
Payne, W. H., insects from, 3:141; 

11:162. 
Pea, insects injurious to; 

Bruchus chinensis (syn. B. 
scutellaris), 5:147; 6:127; 
7:282; 8:295; 14:317 7 . 
pisorum (syn. B. pisi), 7: 

261, 263, 280, 9:439. 
rufiruanus, 7:281. 
Chelymorpha argus, 6:188. 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:120. 
Laspeyresia nigricana, 10:516. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206,309. 
Lygus pratensis, 13:352 2 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229, 231. 
Mamestra picta, 2:2; 10:492; 

14:379". 
Melittia satyriniformis (syn. M. 

cucurbitae), 4:138. 
pea weevil, 5:300; 7:264, 266, 

267. 

Phytomyza nigricornis, 4:79. 
sweet, insects injurious to; 
Mamestra picta, 2:2; 5:209. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1 :277. 
Pea bug, 12:355. 
Pea moth, 13:372 5 . 
Pea weevil, description, 6:127-28; 
general account, 6:127-29; life bis- 



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tory, 6:128-29; literature, 6:128; 
reference, 5:300; 7:263, 264, 266, 
267, 269; 8:295; 13:364 7 ; 14:31.7 7 , 
353 4 , 367, 373 8 , 394 8 , 396 4 ; reme- 
dies, 1:49; 6:129; 9:439. 
Peabody academy of science, Re- 
port cited, 2:203, 208; 5:201; 7: 
225; 8:129; 11:251. 
Peach, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Acholla multispinosa, 10:517. 
Adalia bipunctata, 3:137. 
Anarsia lineatella, 1:151-56; 5: 

173; 7:369; 14:316", 318 4 . 
Aphis prunicola (syn. A. per- 

sicae-niger, Myzus persicae), 

5:315; 9:369; 11:279; 14:338. 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:206, 

207, 223, 287. 

Bryobia pratensis, 11:288. 
Carpocapsa pomonella, 9:340; 

14:37r. 
Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus, 

4:87. 

Chrysobothris feinorata, 5:155. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176; 12: 

272, 287. 

Clisiocampa americana, 6:165. 
Conotrachelus nenuphar, 7:374. 
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7:315. 
Drosophila ampelophila, 1:216. 
Elaphidion villosum, 9:358-59. 
Euphoria inda, 1 :235. 

melancholica, 3:141. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna) 

1:112; 8:112, 191, 192. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Largus succinctus, 2:165; 6:183; 

14:329". 
Lecaninm nigrofasciatum (L. 

persicae in error), 7:379, 380; 

14:323 4 , 323 T . 

Leptocoris trivittatus, 10:433. 
Lygus invitus, 8:125. 

pratensis, 8:125; 13:354 T - 

55 4 . 
Macrodactylns subspinosus, 1: 

229; 4:199; 6:166. 
Myzus cerasi, 2:19; 5:256. 
Oecanthus niveus, 4:147. 
Otiorhynchus tenebricosus, 2: 

52. 
Pentatoma juniperina, 10:430, 

490; 14:379 3 . 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:205. 
Phlegethontius celeus (syn. 

Sphinx 5-maculatus), 3:141. 
Phloeotribus liminaris, 3:141; 4: 

144, 204; 5:319, 325; 7:352; 8: 

299; 9:365-68. 
Phytoptus persicae, 10:459-60. 



Peach, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Pristiphora species, 2:5. 
Sanninodea exitiosa (syn. Ae- 
geria, and Sannina), 2:24, 60; 
5:299; 6:17O; 8:181-86; 9:367. 
Scolytus rugulosus, 3:152; 4: 

103, 186, 208; 12:362. 
Stereum complicatum, 2:7. 
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:174. 
White grubs, 9:354. 
Xyleborus dispar, 8:299. 
Xylina antennata (syn. X. 

cinerea), 11:279. 
Peach and cherry borers, 5:319. 
Peach aphis, black, 2:19-23; 11:279; 

14:389 T . 

Peach bark borer (Phloeotribus), 7: 
351-52, 361; 9:365-67; 14:365 6 , 
383 8 . 
Peach bark Scolytus, see Peach bark 

borer. 

Peach leaf curl, 4:185. 
Peach root aphis (Aphis prunicola), 

5:315; 14:338". 

Peach tree borer, general account 
(aibstract), 6:170-71; oviposition, 
5:299; reference, 1:259, 308, 316; 
2:60; 4:107; 5:300; 9:367; 10:497; 
14:320 l , 335 6 , 353 3 , 371 5 ; remedies, 
1:47; 58, 59, 64; 2:5-6; 7:374; 8: 
181-86, 284. 

Peach tree Phytoptus, 10:459-60. 
Peach twig moth, 1:151-56; 6:173; 7: 

369: 11:267. 
Peaches, bees and wasps injuring 

13:369 9 . 

Peanut, hog, Odontota dorsalis feed- 
ing on, 12:266. 
Pear, insects injurious to; 
Agrilus sinuatus, 11:286. 
Amphicerus bicaudatus, 2:126; 

14:31P. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:299. 

perniciosus, 10:505; 11:207, 
224; 12:363; 13:374 7 ; 14: 
386'. 
Cacoecia argyrospila, 5:324; 7: 

356. 

rosaceana, 6:187; 7:355. 
Carneades scandens (syn. Agro- 
tis), 1:58. 
Carpocapsa pomonella, 12:360; 

14:37r. 
Chionaspis furfurus, 8:293, 299; 

11:203; 14:316'. 

Chrysobothris femorata, 6:155. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Coleophora species, 5:324; 7: 

347, 361', 14:365 5 . 
Conotrachelus crataegi, 10:420. 
nenuphar, 5:325. 



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Pear, insects injurious to (confd) 
Diabrotica vittata, 4:103. 
Diplosis pyrivora, 7:335; 8:124, 
140, 151, 288, 297; 9:318; 10: 
386-87; 11:285; 14:37P, 371 5 , 
371 7 . 

Drosophila ampelophila, 1:217. 
Dynastes tityus, 9:342, 444, 463; 

14:376*. 

Briocampa adumbrata, 5:323. 
Eriocampoides limacina (syn. 
Eriocampa cerasi), 9:335, 440; 
14:375 2 . 
Euphoria inda, 9:443, 463; 10: 

504; 12:362; 14:375 9 , 386*. 
Halisidota caryae, 7:355. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Lecanium pyri, 8:299. 
Lygus invitus, 7:348; 8:125, 299. 
pratensis, 1:280; 5:275, 326; 
8:125; 13:351 9 , 352 3 , 353 2 , 
354*. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

230; 9:420. 

Mytilaspis pomorum (syn. As- 
pidiotus conchiformis), 4:117; 
8:293; 11:202; 14:316 6 . 
Neoclytus erythrocephalus, 6: 

188; 12:246. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187, 

192; 11:285. 
Phytoptus pyri, 9:442; 10:453- 

59. 

Polycaon confertus, 2:132. 
Prionus laticollis, 4:22. 
Pristiphora species, 2:5. 
Psylla pyri, 9:321, 322, 323. 

pyricola, 8:219, 285; 9: 
293, 317-29, 429, 430, 445; 
10:489. 510; 14:375 4 . 
Sciara pyri, 5:265. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Tmetocera ocellana, 7:306. 
Tremex columba, 4:38. 
Xyleborus dispar, 6:188; 7:348; 

9:366, 419; 11:286; 14:318 6 . 
Xyleborus species, 12:246. 
Zeuzera pyrina, 9:426. 
Pear blight, 4:184. 
Pear blight beetle, 1:310, 331; 4: 
200. 203; 5:318; 7:348-51, 361, 374; 
9:419; 11:270; 14:340 4 , 349 7 , 351 5 , 
365 5 . 

Pear leaf blister mite, 7:365; 9:377, 
442; 10:453-59, 501; 12:352; 14: 
367 4 , 375 7 , 384 s , 393 8 . 
Pear midge, 7:335; 8:124, 140-51, 
288; 9:318, 324; 10:386-87, 456, 
489, 497, 510; 11:119, 169, 170, 227, 



260, 278, 285; 12:351, 361; 14:371 2 , 
371 5 , 371 7 , 373 6 , 378 8 , 382 2 , 389', 
393 1 . 

Pear scab, 4:185. 
Pear tree aphis, 10:512. 
Pear tree blister beetle, 1:331; 11: 

269. 

Pear tree oyster scale, 11:271. 
Pear tree borer, flat headed, 11:225. 
Pear tree Psylla, bibliography, 9: 
317-18; characteristics of its 
family, 9:319; description by Har- 
ris, 9:321-22; detailed account, 9: 
317-29; distribution, 9:325, 429, 
445; 10:425-26; earliest notice of, 
9:319-21; general account (ab- 
stract), 8:285; 9:44.1; injuries by, 
8:124; 9:325-26; life history, 9:326- 
28; multiplication in Hudson 
river valley, 9:322-24; on apple 
trees, 1:331-; ravages, 8:219-20; 
reference, 8:299; 9:293, 434, 466; 
10:498, 518; 11:271, 273; 12:352; 
14:370 7 , 372 2 , 375 4 , 376 s , 383 5 , 387*, 
393 6 ; referred to P. pyricola, 9: 
322; remedies, 9:329, 430. 
Pear tree slug, 1:60; 9:335-36, 440; 

10:498; 12:359; 14:375 2 , 383 7 . 
Peas, split, insects injurious to; 

Plodia interpunctella (syn. 

Ephestia), 12:360. 
Silvanus surinamensis, 12:361. 
Pease, Ira, insects from, 9:461. 
Pebrine, 4:177. 
Pecan nut, Aspidiotus perniciosus 

on, 11:224. 

Peck, C. H., insects from, 3:140; 4: 
205; 6:187, 188, 189; 7:384; 8:298, 
299; 9:461; 10:509, 512, 518; 11: 
285; 12:221, 312, 314, 359, 360, 
361, 362, 363; 13:375 3 . 
Peck, H. L., insects from, 4:207. 
peckius, Pamphila, see Polites. 

Polites (syn. Pamphila), 4:137. 
pectinicornis, Chauliodes (syn. 
Hemerobius, Semblis), 8:107, 
155-59, 300; 10:497; 14:382 8 . 
Cladius, 10:499; 14:384 4 . 
Hemerobius, see Chauliodes. 
Semblis, see Chauliodes. 
pectoralis, Hylotoma, 12:359. 
.pecuarum, Simulium, see S. invenus- 

turn. 

pedicularius, Selenophorus, 12:209. 
Pediculidae, 1:48; 2:199. 
Pediopsis trimaculatus, 9:400. 

viridis, 9:399. 

pedipalalis, Pityolita, 10:482. 
Pegomyia, 1:181, 211. 

betae (syn. Anthomyia, A. sul- 
cans, Chortophila), 1 :204, 
206, 207. 



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Tegomyia betarum (syn. Chor- 
tophila), 1:208; 3:85; 5;322; 
14:308S 341 8 . 
vicina, 1:198, 209-11; 3:85; 14: 

308 2 . 

Pelecinus poly tura tor, 10:515, 519. 
pelidna, Orphulella (syn. Steno- 
bothrus maculipennis, S. propin- 
quans), 2:196. 

Pelidnota punctata, 1:307; 5:229, 
310, 312, 325; 11:268, 286; 12:302; 
13:373 5 ; 14:358 7 . 
pellio, Attagenus, 2:47, 138. 
pellionella, Tinea, 1:64; 2:44; 4:140, 
174; 6:187; 11:276; 14:350 8 , 357 9 , 
388 8 . 

Pellucid locust, 11:271. 
pelluc'da, Anisota,seeA. wirginiensis. 
Camuula, 1:332; 10:443; 11:271. 
Pelopoeus caementarius, 4:205; 11: 

234; 12:359. 
caeruleus, see Chalybion caeru- 

leum. 
Pempelia grossiilariae, see Zophodia. 

hammondi, see Canarsia. 
Pemphiginae, 2:181; 3:125; 4:179; 

9:413. 
Pemphigus, 1 2 :290 ; sensitive organs 

in, 1:69. 

acerifolii, 10:494; 14-.380 5 . 
imbricator (syn. Eriosoma, 
Schizoneura), 3:123-26, 142, 
152, 153; 9:408, 411, 412; 12: 
355, 363; 14:346, 352 4 , 394 6 . 
populi-transversus, 13:361 9 -62 2 ; 

14:400 8 . 

pyri, sec Schizoneura lanigera. 
rhois (syn. Brysocrypta, Mel- 
aphis), bibliography, 12:290; 
distribution, 12:292; food 
plants, 12:291-92; gall and 
immature aphids described, 
12:290; imago described, 12: 
291; life history, 12:291; ref- 
erence, 3:142; 10:503; 12: 
290: 14:385 4 , 399 T . 
tessellita (syn. Eriosoma, Schi- 
zoneura), 2:181; 3:125; 4:208; 
8:109, 170; 9:346-47, 408, 411, 
413, 463; 10:498; 14:383*. 
ulmicola, see Colopha. 
vitifoliae, see Phylloxera. 
Pemphredon concolor, 8:163. 
lugubris, of Europe, 8:163. 
marginatus, 8:163. 
unicolor, of Europe, 8:163. 
Penhallow, D. P., cited, 4:103; in- 
sects from, 4:206; 8:298; 11:286. 
penicillatus, Phalacrus, 6:170. 
Pennsylvania farm journal cited, 6: 

141. 

Pennsylvania state board of agri- 
culture, Report cited, 11:127, 134. 



pennsylvanica, Disonycha, 11:269. 
Epicauta (syn. Meloe, Can- 
tharis atrata, Lytta atrata), 
1:305; 2:227; 6:135-36, 170; 
9:443, 463; 10:496; 11:281, 
284, 286; 13:374 2 ; 14:332 7 ,361 7 , 
368 1 376 2 , 381 4 , 390*. 
Formica, see Cainponotus her- 
culaneus var. pennsylvani- 
cus. 

Meloe, see Epicauta. 
Photuris, 8:298; 11:284; 13:373 3 . 
pennsylvanicum, Orthosoma, see 

O. brunneum. 
pennsylvanicus, Alobates (syn. 

Nyctobates), 4:20, 23; 6:189. 
Bombus, 9:461; 11:284. 
Chaulioguathus (syn. C. ameri- 
canus), 4:84, 86, 87; 5:316; 9: 
344, 463; 10:498; 12:362; 14: 
339 s , 383 8 . 
Harpalus, 12:209. 
Nyctobates, see Alobates. 
Pentagonia vittigera, 5:286. 
Pentatoma bidens, see ? PkTomerus. 
carnifex, see Cosmopepla. 
juniperina (syn. Cimex), 10: 
430-32, 490, 512; 12:352; 14: 
379 s , 393 8 . 

ligata, see Lioderma. 
Pentatomidae, 6:137; 7:238; 9:315; 

10:430-32. 

Penthimia americana, 9:397. 
hemorrhoea, 9:397. 
sanguinicollis, 9:397. 
Penthina chionosema, 10:483; 11: 

266. 

contrarlana, see P. nimbatana. 
nimbatana (syn. Antithesia, 
Penthina contrariana), 1:57: 
2:228, 230; 4:206; 5:213-15; 6: 
139; 10:483; 14:332 9 , 302 7 . 
Pentilia misella, 2:186. 
Peony, insects on; 

carpet beetles, 11:173. 
Ellychnia corrusca, 9:463. 
Pepper, Heliothis armiger on, 1:120. 
capsicum, army worm feeding 

on, 12:206. 
cayenne, Sitodrepa panicea in, 

4:91. 

Pepper vine, Nectarophora solani- 
folii (syn. Siphonophora) on, 3: 
122. 
PepperMge. Antispila nyssaefolle 1 1 

on, 11:157. 

Percnoptilota fluviata (syn. Campto- 
gramma, Plemyria), 9:456; 10: 
483. 

Pergande. Theodore, cited, 11:242. 
244, 249; quoted, 12:182; referred 
to, 12:181; 13:363 T . 



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Peridermium cerebrum, Brucopha- 
gus species reared from, 12:359. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Noctua, 
Agrotis, A. inermis, A. ortonii), 
1:8, 328; 5:200-6; 8:234, 235; 11: 
121, 265; 14:362 T . 
Perilampus violaceous, 1:146. 
Perillus circumcinctus, 2:146. 
Periplaneta, 4:180. 

australasiae, 12:363. 

orientalis (syn. Stylopyga), 1: 

62; 7:325; 12:363; 13:375\ 
periscelidactylus, Oxyptilus, see 

Oxyptilus periscelidactylus. 
Pterophorus, see Oxyptilus. 
Perkins, G. H., cited, 12:194, 218, 
292; referred to, 12:294, 298; In- 
sects injurious to the American elm 
cited, 12:292. 
Perkins, Mrs G. H., insects from, 

13:371 8 , 372 7 , 374 3 . 
Perla nivicola, see Capnia pygmaea, 
perlellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
permundana, Eccopsis, see Ex- 

artema. 
Exartema (syn. Eccopsis), 1: 

329; 10:483; 11:266. 
perniciosus, Aspidiotus, 1:332; 10: 
505, 518; 11:206-33, 275, 277, 287; 
12:316, 356, 357, 363; 13:368 S , 374 7 ; 
14:386 9 , 388 8 -89S 395 2 , 397 9 . See 
also San Jos6 scale. 
Pernicious scale, 1:332; 10:518. 
Peronospora viticola, see. Downy 

mildew. 
Perophora melsheimerii, see Cincin- 

nus. j i 

perpolita, Agrotis, see Carneades. 
Carneades (syn. Agrotis), 7: 

375; 14-.321 9 . 

perpulchra, Haltichella, 12:210. 
persicae, Lecanium, erroneous refer- 
ence of L. nigrofasciatum. 
Myzus, see Aphis prunicola. 
Phytoptus, 10:459-60. 
persicae-niger, Aphis, see A. pruni- 
cola. 

persicana, Ptycholoma, 10:483. 
persicus, Argas, 6:158. 
Persimmon, insects injurious to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224. 
Oberea bimaculata, 5:233. 
Phobetron pithecium, 5:187. 
persius, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 
334, 335, 336; 4:137; 7:375; 
9:449; 14:321 4 , 350 2 , 357". 
personatus, Opsicoetus (syn. Redu- 
vius), 4:112, 133; 5:316; 13: 
374 B ; 14:339 2 . 
Reduvius, see Opsicoetus. 



perspicillata, Oberea, see O. bimacu- 
lata. 

perspicua, Datana, 7:381. 
persuasoria, Rhyssa, 8:108, 165, 166. 
perturbans, Culex, 12:321. 
petreius, Pyrgus, see P. caespitalis. 
petronius, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334; 6:180; 14:307 1 , 327 T . 
Petrophora diversilineata, see Eu- 

stroma diversilineatum. 
Pettit, Johnson, cited, 8:155; 10:478; 

11:240. 

pettittana, Cenopis, 10:483. 
petulca, Xylina, see X. signosa. 
Petunia, Phlegethontius celeus(syn. 
Macrosila quinquemaculata) on, 
1:119. 

Pezomachus minimus, 12:210. 
Pezotettix chenopodii, see Aeoloplus. 
Phacellura hyalinata, see Margaro- 

nia. 
hyalinitalis, see Margaronia 

hyalinata. 

nitidalis, see Margaronia. 
phaeton, Euphydryas (syn. Meli- 

taea), 7:219; 9:448; 14:311 e . 
Melitaea, see Euphydryas. 
Phakellura hyalinata, see Margaro- 
nia. 

nitidalis, see Margaronia. 
Phalacrus penicillatus, 6:170. 

politus, 6:170; 14:361. 
Phalaena costalis, see Pyralis. 

edusn, see Homoptera lunata 

var. 

hyalinata, see Margaronia. 
imperatoria, see Basilona im- 

perialis. 

lunata, see Homoptera. 
nitidalis, see Margaronia. 
oculatissima, see Ecpantheria 

ocularia. 
scribonia, see Ecpantheria 

ocularia. 

Phalaenidae, 1:18, 340; 9:453, 456. 
Phalaris canariensis, see Canary 

grass. 

Phanaeus, 4:175. 
Phanerotoma tibialis (syn. Sigal- 

phus), 11:156. 
pharaonis, Formica, see Monomo- 

rium. 

Monomorium (syn. M. moles- 
turn, Formica, Myrmica mo- 
lesta, Solenopsis molesta), 
1:62, 321; 10:366; 11:109-14; 
12:356; 14:390 5 , 395 8 . 
phaseoli, Bruchus, 7:263. 
Phasgonophora sulcata (syn. Smicra 
gigantea), 1:86. 



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Phelps, C. H., insects from, 4:205. 
Phengodes species, 8:298. 
Pheosia dictaea, see P. dimidiata. 
diinidiata (syn. P. dictaea, P. 
rimosa, Notodonta dictaea), 
7:375; 8:296; 10:508; 14:310 1 , 
321. 

rimosa, see P. dimidiata. 
phicomone, Colias, see Eurymus 

philodice. 
Phigiilia cinctaria, see Rhaphido- 

demas titea. 

philadelphiae, Odynerus, 7:229. 
Pliilaenus spurnaria (syn. Cicada), 

1:285; 5:245. 

Philampelus achemon, 5:175; 9: 

451; 10:481, 508; 14:309 S , 312 2 . 

pandorus (syn. P. satellitia), 5: 

175, 177; 10:481, 508; 13:371"; 

14:309 8 . 

satellitia, see P. pandorus. 
philenor, Laertias (syn. Papilio), 6: 

187. 

Papilio, see Laertias. 
philetas, Pyrgus, 1:336. 
philodice, Colias, see Eurymus. 

Eurymus (syn. Colias, C. nastes, 

C. phicomone, C. santes), 1: 

301; 4:136; 5:285; 7:316; 10: 

507; 12:308; 14:309*. 

Phisterer, Frank, insects from, 4: 

207. 

Phlaeothrips, 11:247. 
frumentaria, 11:246. 
rnali, 1:332; 11:248, 271. 
nigra, 11:249. 

Phlegethontius Carolina (syn. 

Sphinx), 1:322; 8:242; 14:343 3 . 

celeus (syn. Protoparce, Sphinx, 

S. 5-maculatus, Macrosila 5- 

maculata), 1:56, 73, 119, 322; 

3:141; 4:205; 5:179, 309; 6: 

187; 7:379; 8:242-44; 9:461; 

10:507; 13:371 7 ; 14:309 8 , 323 8 , 

343 s , 358 5 . 

cingulata (syn. Sphinx), 10:507; 

14;309 8 . 
Phlepsius fulvidorsum (syn. Jassus), 

9:402, 410. 
irroratus (syn. Jassus), 1:331; 

9:402, 410; 11:270. 
strobi (syn. Bythoscopus), 9:398, 

410. 

Phleum pratense, see Timothy, 
phloeocoptes, Phytoptus, 10:460. 
Phloeotribus liminaris, general ac- 
count, 9:365-68; reference, 3:141, 
152; 4:208; 5:319; 8:299; 10:498; 
11270; 14:340 8 , 346 4 , 350 2 , 351 7 , 
365 7 , 383 8 ; work on peach trees, 
4:144-45, 204; 7:352, 361. 
Phlogophora, 1:71. 



Phlox, insects injurious to; 
cut worms, 2:231; 8:236. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Phlyctaenia acutella (syn. Botis), 

10:483. 

ferrugalis (syn. Botis), 10:483. 
Phobetron pithocium (syn. Echno- 
midea, Limacodes), 1:328; 2:227; 
4:206; 5:183-92, 306; 7:381; 9:443, 
455-56, 461; 11:264, 285; 14:313", 
332 7 , 355 7 , 362 6 , 376 2 . 
Phoebe feeding on army worm, 12: 

209. 
phoenicoptera, Oedipoda, see Hip- 

piscus tuberculatus. 
pholus, Lycomorphus, 9:450. 
Phora, 10:404, 405. 

agarici, 10:399-406, 516; 12:229, 

351: 14 SOS 1 , 393 3 . 
albidihalteris, 12:228-29, 361. 
aletiae, 10:405. 
aterrima, 10:405. 
bovistae, 10:403. 
dauci, 10:405. 
flava, 10:403. 
incrassata, 10:405. 
lutea, 10:403. 
microcephala, 10:404. 
minuta, 10:403. 
nigra, 10:403. 
pumila, 10:403. 
rufipes, 10:405. 
setacea, 10:402. 
Phorbia, 1:180, 181, 184, 202. 

brassicae (syn. P. floccosa, Au- 
thomyia, Chortophila floccosn, 
Musca floralis), 1:47, 171, 184- 
91, 192, 193, 207, 208, 296, 322; 
2:28, 225; 5:158, 265, 319; 9: 
431; 10:486; 14:331 7 , 33o s , 
335 9 , 340 7 , 349 9 , 363 2 , 377 8 . 
ceparum (syn. Anthomyfa, 
Scatophaga), 1:8, 4G, 169,171, 
172-81, 204, 296, 322; 2:28; 3: 
85; 4:13; 5:319; 10:486; 14: 
335 8 , 340 7 , 377 7 . 
cepetorum, 1:180. 
cilicrura, see P. fusciceps. 
floccosa, see P. brassic ae. 
fusciceps (syn. Anthomyia an- 
gustifrons, A. radicum var. 
calopteni Kilrii, A. ssesw. 
Aricia, Chortophila angusti- 
frons, C. cilicrura, Hylemyia 
dcceptiva, Phorbia cilicrura,), 
1:171, 180, 181-84, 199-201, 
202, 226; 4:179; 10:516; 14: 
335 8 . 
rubivora, see Raspberry cane 

maggot 

Phorichaeta sequax (syn. Scopolia), 
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Phorid larva, 12:361. 

Phoridae, species treated of, 10:399- 

406; 12:228, 229. 

Phorodou humuli (syn. Aphis, A. 
pruui-mahaleb), general account, 
3:115-18; 8:207-10; in Europe and 
America. 8 21)7; lady bird preying 
on, 3:116; life history, 8:207-8; 
rapidity of propagation, 8:267; 
ravages of, 3:84; 4:12; reference, 
1:8, 319, 320; 3:148; 4:197, 199; 6: 
103; 7:331 335; 8:122; 9:294,369; 
10:495, 512; 12:307; 14:345 4 , 348 6 , 
349 4 , 352 3 , 359, 360 7 , 380 9 ; reme- 
dies and preventives, 3:117; 8: 
209, 210; when to fight it, 8:208. 
Photuris pennsylvanica, 8:298; 11: 

284; 13:373 3 . 
Phoxopteris nubeculana, 1:329; 8: 

123, 297; 11:266. 
serniovana, 10:483. 
Phragmites communis, see Reed- 
grass. 

phragmitidicola, Leucania, 1:340. 
Phrygania, 1:83. 
Phryganid larvae, 14-.351 3 . 
Phryganidae, 1:79; 4:202; 8:300; 10: 

377; 12:298-99; 13:375'. 
phryganoides, Mantis, see Gonatista 

grisea. 

Phycidae, 1:140. 
Phyciodes mylitta, 8:296. 

tharos, 4:137. 

Phycis indigeuella, see Mineola, 
Phyllaphis fagi (syn. Briosoma), 2: 

181; 9:408. 
phyllira, Arctia, see Euprepia. 

Euprepia (syn. Arctia) 3:153. 
Phyllodesma americana (syn. Gas- 
tropacha), 1:328; 9:456; 11:265; 
14:313 6 . 
Phyllodromia germanica (syn. Ecto- 

bia), 1:62; 4:131; 7:326; 8:300. 
Phylloecus flaviventris, see Janus 

integer. 

trimaculatus, see Cephus. 
Phyllophaga, see Lachnosterna. 

pilosicollis, see Lachnosterna 

tristis. 
Phylloptera oblongifolia, see Ambly- 

corypha. 
phyllopus, Leptoglossus, 1:268; 3: 

153; 14:346 7 . 

Phyllotreta striolata, see P. vittata. 
vittata (syn. P. striolata, Hal- 
tica striolata, Orchestris), 1: 
60, 195, 244, 310; 3:99; 5 301; 
7:372; 9:375; 14:319 7 ; 353. 
Phylloxera, 1:50; 2:35, 214; 4:188; 5: 
241; 6:185; 10:362; 11:248, 
249. 

caryaecaulis, 11:248, 287. 
depressa, 6:189. 



PhyJoxeravastatrix,sre P.vitifoliae. 
vitifoliae (syn. P. vastatrix, 
Pemphigus), 1:4-5, 322; 2:36; 
7:371; 8:264; 9:347, 464; 10: 
498; 14:318 9 , 319 3 , 330, 383*. 
Phylloxerae, 10:451. 
phylloxerae, Rhizoglyphus, 10:451, 

487; 14:377 9 . 
Tyroglyphus, 10:451, 452, 453; 

11:258. 
Phymata erosa, see P. wolffii. 

wolffii (syn. Acanthia erosa, P. 
erosa), 3:107-10; 7:371; 8:300; 
9:463; 11:117; 14 319^, 352 s . 
Physalis, Lema trilineata on, 4:142, 

207. 
Physalospora bidwellii, see Black 

rot. 

Physocephala furcillata, 5:285. 
physoderus, Pyrophorus, 11:175. 
Physogaster larvaruin, see Hetero- 

pus ventricosus. 
Physopoda, 11:247, 249. 
Physostegania pustularia (syu. 

Stegania), 10:483. 
Phytocoridae, 1:271. 
Phytocoris bellus, see Poecilocapsus 

lineatus. 

linearis, see Lygus pratensis. 
lineatus, see Poecilocapsus. 
lineolaris, see Lygus pratensis. 
quadrivittatus, see Poecilocap- 
sus lineatus. 

Phytomyza affinis, erroneous refer- 
ence of P. chrysanthemi. 
chrysanthemi (P. lateralis, P. 
affinis in error), 4:75-79, 207; 
7:242-46; 9:421; 10:510; 14: 
357 s , 374 5 . 
dimidiata, 7:243. 
flava, 4:79. 
flaviceps, 4:79. 
lateralis, erroneous reference of 

P. chrysanthemi. 
nigricornis, 4:79; 7:242. 
obscurella, 4:79. 
solita, 7:243. 

Phytomyzidae, 4:73, 78; 7:242. 
Phytonomus comptus, 1:248. 
eximius, 1:248. 
meles var. trifolii, 1:248. 
nigrirostris, 1:248. 
opimus, see P. punctatus. 
punctatus (syn. P. opimus, 
Curculio), attacked by fun- 
gus, 4:178; 5:272-73; 7:315-1<>; 
attacking beans, 2:14-15; 
/bibliography, 1:247; descrip- 
tion of beetle and cocoon, 1: 
247-48; detailed account 1: 
247-53; distribution, 1:252-53; 
first notice of, 1:249-50; im- 
portation of, 1:251-52; life 



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history, 1 :250-51 ; reference, 
5:312; 6:182; 8:300; 9:440; 10: 
488, 511: 14:329% 336 1 , 337 5 , 
:\:\T\ :i74", 3T8 4 ; remedies, 1: 
253; 10:488; spread, 2:3. 
rumicis (syn. Hypera), 1:248. 
Phytophaga, number of species in 

U. S., 4:181. 
Phytoptidae. 5:290; 9:377, 442; 10: 

453-60. 

Phytoptus, 10:459, 460, 503. 
persicae, 10:459, 460. 
phloeocoptes, 10:460. 
primi, 12:318, 350; 14:391, 399". 
pyri, 7:365; 9:442; 10:453-59, 
501, 503; 12 352; 14:367 5 , 375 7 , 
384, 386 2 , 393 s . 
quadripes, 5:303, 326; 14:354 3 . 
piatrix, Catocala, 1:90. 
picea, Clothilla, see Lepinotus 

piceus. 

piceus, Attagenus (syn. A. diclirous, 
A. megatoma, A. rufipe,nnis, 
A. spurcus, Dermestes, D. 
megatoma), 1:64; 2:46-48, 138, 
226; 6:120, 188; 7:377, "382; 
9:299-306; 10:498; 11:276; 14: 
322 T , 332 1 , 383 4 , 388 5 . 
Dermestes, see Attagenus. 
Lepinotus (syn. Clothilla picea), 

2:201. 

picipes, Melanolestes (syn. Pirates, 
Reduvius pimgens), 4:109-11; 
5:316; 14:339S 357 6 . 
Otiorhynchus, sec O. singularis. 
Pirates, see Melanolestes. 
picivorus, Pachylobius, 3:144; 14: 

344 2 . 

Pickering, C., cited, 12:238. 
Pickle caterpillar or worm, 5:320; 
11:126-34, 135, 136, 138; 12:357; 
14:395. 

Pickled fruit fly (Drosophila). 1:65, 
216-21, 330; 6:117, 173; 11:267; 14: 
323 9 , 335 9 . 
Pieromerus bidens (syn. Penta- 

toma), 4:133. 

picta, Ceramica, see Mamestra. 
Harmonia, 2:186. 
Mamestra (syn. Ceramica, C. 
exusta), 2:1; 4:16, 206; 5:206- 
10; 9:455; 10:492; 11:265; 13: 
372 3 , 14:313 4 , 362 7 , 379 9 . 
pictipes, Aegeria, see Sesia. 

Sesia (syn. Aegeria), 5:280. 
pictus, Clytus, see Cyllene. 

Cyllene (syn. Clytus.), 1:297; 2: 
223; 8:110, 175, 176; 10:497; 
13:360*, 373 8 ; 14:331 2 , 382 7 , 
400'. 

Pie plant, Lixus concavus on, 1 :260. 
Pierce, W. C., insects from, 11:286. 



pieridis, Microgaster, see Apanteles 

congregatus var. 

Pieris caterpillar attacked by fun- 
gus, 7:316. 

oleracea, 1:322; 4:136; 7:219; 9: 
444, 449; 10:507; 12:308; 14: 
309 4 , 311 8 . 

r;ij>ae, captured first at Quebec, 
1:240; 7:335; 8251; common 
wasp preying on, 3:135; dis- 
ease of, 2:40; 4:178; in- 
creased destructiveness in 
this country, 1:9; Phymata 
wolffii (syn. P. erosa) prey- 
ing- on, 3:109; poisonous V na- 
ture of, 9:446; Pteromalus 
bred from, 9:447; reference, 
1:8, 86, 189, 194, 267; 2:90, 92, 
93; 4:136; 5:285, 300; 7:219; 
9:442, 454; 12:308; 14 tflO 3 , 
310*, 310 s , 310 9 , 312 7 , 353 s , 
375; remedies, 1:39, 52, 59; 
2:26; 9:442. 

Pig nut, Lachnus caryae on, 5:304. 
Pig nut hickory, Elaphidion villo- 
sum (syn. E. parallelum) attack- 
ing, 12:362. 

Pigeon, John, insects from, 10:517. 
Pigweed, insects on; 

Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna) 

1:112; 8:191. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
pilicornis, Bittacus, 10:476. 
piliferus, Haematopinus, 1:48. 
pilleriana, Oenectra, 1:56. 
Pilophorus cinnamopterus (syn. 

Camaronotus), 2:186. 
fraternis (syn. Camaronotus), 

2:186. 
pilosicollis, Lachnosterna, see L. 

tristis. 
Phyllophaga, sec Lachnosterna 

tristis. 

pimpinellae, Curculio, 1:248. 
Pimpla conquisitor (syn. P. pleuri- 
vinctus), 1:85, 86; 5:310; 11- 
134, 138; 14:358 S . 
inquisitor (syn. Cryptus), 1:84. 
lunator, see Thalessa. 
pleurivinctus, see P. conquisitor. 
species, 5:170. 
Pimplariae, 1:145. 
pinastri, Ellema, 9:449. 
Pine, insects injurious to; 
Anomala lucicola, 10:410. 
Aphis pinicolens, 9:406. 
Aphrophora parallela, 5:245; 9: 

393. 
saratogensis (syn. Lepy- 

ronia), 9:393. 

Basilona imperialis (syn. 
Eacles), 2:21; 9:449; 13:346*. 



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Pine, insects injurious to (cont'd) 
Callidium species, 2:23. 
Chermes corticalis, 2:140, 184. 
pini, 2:140, 184. 
piiiicorticis, 2:180-87; 4:147; 

9:454; 14:312". 
Chionaspis pinifoliae, 2:184; 7: 

366, 384; 9:377. 
Cixius pini, 9:385. 
Clastoptera obtusa (syn. C. 
pini, C. testacea), 5:245; 8: 
153-55, 299; 9:393-94. 
Coccus, 2:140. 
Crypturgus pusillus (syn. C. 

atomus), 2:24. 

Dendroctonus frontalis, 10:500. 
Eriosoma strobi (syn. Lachnus^, 

9:409. 

Hylotrupes bajulus, 4:20, 23. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Lachnus strobi (syn. Schizo- 

neura), 3:125. 
- Livia femoralis, 9:404. 
Lophyrus abbotii, 1:42. 
Lycia cognataria (syn. Amphi- 

dasys), 2:101. 
Lygaeouematus erichsonii (syn. 

Nematus), 5:168. 
Melanoplus spretus, 2:25. 
Monohammus confusor, 2:50. 
Phlepsius strobi, 9:398, 410. 
Pinipestis zimmermani (syn. 

Nephopteryx), 7:373. 
Pissodes strobi, 2:24; 9:345. 
Thanasimus dubins, 4:142. 
Tolype laricis, 1:88, 90; 2:21. 
Trichogramma species, 8:296. 
Typhlocyba coccinea (syn. Em- 

poa), 9:403. 

Urocerus albicornis, 13:340 2 . 
Austrian; insects injurious to; 
Chionaspis pinifoliae, 5:266; 7: 

366, 384; 11:203. 
Thrlps species, 7:384. 
California. Chionaspis pinifoliae 

on, 7:366. 

Scotch, insects injurious to; 
Chermes pinicorticis, 2:180. 
Parharmonia pini (syn. Har- 
monia), 13:370 8 . 
white, insects injurious to; 
Aphrophora parallela, 5:245. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. 

Eacles), 13:350 8 . 
Chermes pinicorticis, 2:180. 
Chionaspis pinifoliae, 5:267. 
Lophyrus lecontei, 11:284 
Pissodes strobi, 3:241; 9:345. 
Pine bark Chermes, 2:180-87; 4:147; 

9:454; 14:342 8 . 

Pine beetle burrowing in linen, 8:285. 
Pine borer, long horned, 2:49. 



Pine Clastoptera, 10:497; 14:382 3 . 
Pine emperor moth, 2:232; 4:21; 14: 

334. 

Pine inch worm, 10-lined, 4:20. 
Pine leaf scale insect, 10:518; 11: 

203, 277; 14:388 8 . 
Pine tree borers, 2:55; 10:500; 13: 

370Y370 5 ; 14:384 6 , 398. 
Pine weevil, 9:345; 14:383 3 . 
pineum, Ellema, 9:449; 14,:307 3 ,311 7 . 
pini, Chermes of Europe, 2:184. 
Cixius, 9:385. 
Clastoptera, see C obtusa. 
Harmonia, see Parharmonia. 
Parharmonia (syn. Harmonia), 

4:19; 13:370 a , 371 7 ; 14:398 7 . 
pinicola, Anomala, see A. lucicola. 
pinicolens, Aphis, 9:406, 412. 
pinicorticis, Chermes (syn. C. pini- 
foliae, Coccus), 2:180-87; 4: 
147; 9:454; 14:312', 342 8 , 357". 
Coccus, see Chermes. 
pinifoliae, Aspidiotus, see Chionas- 
pis. 

Chermes, see C. pinicorticis. 
Chionaspis (syn. Aspidiotus-), 2: 
180, 184; 5:266; 7:366, 384; 9: 
377; 10:518; 11:203; 14:368 5 . 
Gelechiae, erroneous reference 

of G. pinifoliella. 
pinifoliella, Gelechia* (G. pinifoliae 

in error), 1:156. 

Pinipestis zimmermani (syn. Ne- 
phopteryx), 4:19; 7:373; 14:320 2 . 
Pink, insects injurious to; 

Epicauta pennsylvanica. 6:136. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Pinus austriaca, see Pine, Austrian, 
strobus, see Pine, white, 
sylvestris, see Pine, Scotch. 
Pionea rimosalis, see Evergestis. 
Piophila cased (syn. Tyrophaga), 
bibliography, 12:229-30; food 
habits, 12:233; infesting salt pork, 
12:230; insect described and 
figured, 12:231-33; life history, 12: 
232-33; losses caused by, 12:233; 
preventives and remedies, 12:234; 
reference, 12:348; 14:39l 4 , 399 5 . 
Piophilidae, species treated of, 12: 

229-34. 

pipiens, Culex, 12:321, 327. 
Pirates biguttatus, see Rasahus. 

picipes, see Melanolestes. 
piscatrix, Donacia, 10:511. 
pisi, Bmchus, see B. pisorum. 
pisorum, Bruchns (syn. B. pisi, 
Curculio), 6:127, 128; 7:256, 
263, 268, 280, 286; 9:439; 12: 
355; 14:353 4 , 373 8 , 394 8 . 
Curculio. see Bruchus. 
Pissodes strobi, 3:141; 4:20, 23; 9: 
344-45; 10:498; 14:383*. 



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539 



pithecium, Ecnomidea, see Phobe- 

tron. 

Limacodes, see Phobetron. 
Phobetron (syn. Ecnoinidea, 
Limacodes), 1:328; 2:227; 4: 
206; 5:183-92, 306; 7:381; 9: 
443, 455-56, 461; 11:264, 285; 
14:313", 332 T , 355 7 , 362, 376*. 
PityoLta pedipalalis, 10:482. 
Pityophthorus puberulus, 2:54. 

species " li," see Xylocleptes 

decipiens. 

Place, J. A., insects from, 10:511. 
placida, Agrotis, see Rhynchagro:!-:. 
Rhynchagrotis (syn. Agrotis), 

11:265. 
placidus, . Sphenophorus (syn. S. 

immunis, S. rectus), 1:254, 255. 
p] a ^iator, Ephedrus, 5:253. 
plagiatus, Cossus, see Prionoxystus 

robinine. 

Plagiodera scripta, see Melasoma. 
Plagionotus speciosus (syn. Arhopa- 
lus, Clytus, Glycobius), bibliog- 
raphy, 12:237-38; description of 
beetle, 12:239; distribution, 12: 
241; family characteristics, 12: 
238-39; food plants, 12:242; 
formerly a rare insect, 3:103-4; 
12:240; life history, 12:240-41; 
natural enemies, 12:242; ravages 
of the insect, 3:104-5; 8:202-5; 12: 
239-40; reference, 1:297; 2:227; 6: 
169; 9:442; 10:493, 497, 504, 511, 
517; 11:280, 286; 12:243, 362; 14: 
332*, 352, 361 4 , 375 8 , 380 2 , 382 3 , 
386, 389 8 , 399 s ; remedies, 9:105; 
12:242. 
Plagodis keutzingaria (syn. Eury- 

mene), 1:329; 11:266. 
Planck, Dr M. G., insects from, 4: 

205. 
Planosa laricis, see Tolype. 

velleda, see Tolype. 
Plant bug, tarnished, 5:275; 9:375; 
13:351 4 -57 8 ; 14:400 9 . See also 
Lygus pratensis. 

Plant diseases, increase in, 4:185. 
Plant lice, abundance of, 3:83, 150; 
8:266; 10:426-29, 489; 12:352; 
Adalia feeding on, 12:298; 
army worm moth attracted 
by, '12:203; classification, 1: 
4, 79; cold water for, 7:345; 
contact insecticides for, 4: 
190; 8:274-75; 9:418, 432; 
damage caused by, 3:84; 
kerosene emulsion for, 5:302; 
10:495; lady bugs feeding on, 
1:61, 318; 2:186; 3:148; 4:81, 
83, 85, 194; 6:118; 7:217; 10: 
501; larva of lace winged fly 



destroy ing, 2: 186; Mantis feed- 
ing on, 1:161; prolificacy of, 
1:14; reference, 1:161; 2:184; 
3:152; 4:165; 6:171; 8:263; 9: 
319; 10:365, 505; 11:200, 225, 
275; 13:368 2 , 868; 14:340", 
347 5 , 353 s , 354 5 , 361 2 , 377 8 , 
393, 397 9 , 400 8 ; remedies for, 
1:25, 40, 59; 5:315; species 
imported, 1:8; Syrphid larva<- 
destroying, 1:212; 2:186; 12: 
350; ugly bee slayer (Phy- 
mata) feeding on, 7:371. 

on alder, 9:346-47. 

apple trees, 3:118-21; 9:373; 13: 
363 s . 

asters and lilies, 9:371-72; 10: 
501. 

beech, 3:123-26, 153. 

carrots and parsnips, 3:123. 

cherry, 9:345-46; 13:363 5 . 

currant, 9:370; 13:363 5 . 
362 7 . 

elm, 3:126-27; 5:319; 13:362 7 . 

fruit trees. 10:365-66, 491. 

maple, 13:362 3 , 363 1 . 

muskmelon, 5:306. 

peach roots, 5:315. 

plum, 9:368-69; 13:363 a . 

poplar, 13:362 2 . 

potatoes, 3:121-22, 149. 

vegetable roots, 10:484. 
woolly, 5:282; 10:494; 14:380 5 . 

Plantago, see Plantain. 

Plantain, Ecpantheria fed on, 12: 

189. 

insects injurious to; 
Chelymorpha argus, 4:14. 
Dibolia borealis, 10:414-16, 511. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:203, 205. 

Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:227. 
Plantain flea beetle, 10:414-16, 511. 
Plantain leaf miner, 10:414-16, 511; 

12:352; 14:393 1 . 

Platanus occidentals, sec Sycamore. 
Plata rctia hyperborea (syn. P: par- 

thenos), 9:452; 14:312 8 . 
parthenos, see P. hyperborea. 
Plathemis trimaculata, 9:464; 13: 

375 2 . 
Plattsbnrgh morning telegram cited, 

7:358; 14:364 8 . 

platycerii, Lecanhim, 11:222. 
Platycerura furcilla, see Panthea. 
Platygaster error, see Anopedias. 
herrickii, 1:321. 
larva, 2:231. 
Platymetopius acutus (syn. Jassus), 

9:402, 410. 
Platynus sinuatus, 12:209. 



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Platyphyllum concavum, see Cyrto- 

phyllus concavus. 
Platysaniia cecropia, sec Samia. 
plecta, Agrotis, see Noctua. 

Noctua (syn. Agrotis), 1:8; 10: 

482. 

Plemyria fluviata, see Percnoptilota. 
Plesiastina annulata, 10:392. 
pleurivinctus, Pimpla, see P. con- 

quisitor. 

plexippus, Anosia (syn. Danais 
archippus), 4:135-36; 5:285; 8:287; 
10:490; 14:35T 8 , 379 2 . 
plicata, Chlamys, 12:362. 
Plodia interpunctella (syn. Ephes- 
tia), 1:8; 4:206; 10:510; 11:267; 
12:360. 

plota, Sphinx, see S. canadensis. 
Plowrightia morbosa (syn. Sphaeria), 

5 :280 ; 320. See a Iso Black knot. 
Plugging trees with sulfur, 14: 

381 2 , 390 7 . 

Plum, insects injurious to; 
Anarsia lineatella, 1:152. 
Anomala marginata, 10:412. 
aphids, 3:84. 
Aphis mali, 9:431-32. 

prunifoliae (A. pruni in 
error), 8:125. 299; 9:369; 
11:276; 12350. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:279, 317; 8: 

215; 11:204. 
perniciosus, 11:206, 207, 

224; 12:316. 
Basilona imperialis (syn. 

Eacles), 2:232. 

Callosamia promethea, 5:324. 
Carpocapsa pomonella, 9:340. 
Chrysobothris femora ta, 6:155. 
Clisiocampa disstria (syn. C. 

sylvatica), 3:91, 147. 
Conotrachelus nenuphar, 3:85; 
6:104; 7:289; 8:125; 9:297, 
440. 

cut worms, 2:231. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E. 

parallelum), 9:359. 
Eriocampa adumbrata, 5:323. 
Eriocampoides limacina (syn. 

Eriocampa cerasi), 9:335/ 
Halisidota caryae, 13:369 7 ; 14: 

398 4 . 

Homoptera lunata, 4:58. 
Hyphantria cunea (syn. H. tex- 

tor), 1:306. 
Incisalia irus (syn. Thecla), 3: 

140. 
Ivecanium prunastri (L. jug- 

landis in error), 11:205. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 10:433. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 
229; 5:154. 



i Plum, insects injurious to; 

Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202. 
Myzus cerasi (syu. Aphis), 2:21; 

5:256; 9:346, 440. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Otiorhychus tenebricosus, of 

Europe, 2:52. 

Phobetron pithecium, 5:307. 
Phorodon humuli, 4:13; 6:167; 

8:210. 

Phytoptus phloeocoptes, 10:460. 
Rhopalosiphum species, 13:363". 
Seolytus rugulosus, 3:152; 4: 

103, 105, 106. 
Sesia pictipes (syn. Aegeria), 5: 

280. 

Sphinx drupiferarum, 1:327. 
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:174. 
Thecla liparops (syn. T. stri- 

gosa), 4:137. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 

Tmetocera ocellana, 7:306, 355. 
white grubs, 9:354. 
Xyleborus dispar, 1:310; 7:350. 
Chickasaw, Phytoptus pruni on, 

12:318; 14:391 9 . 
sand, black knot on, 5:281. 
wild, Phorodon humuli (syn. 
Aphis pruni-mahaleb) on, 1:320. 
wild goose, Myzus cerasi on, 14: 

375 2 . 

Plum curculio, arsenical spraying 
for, 7:290; attacking apple, 1:331; 
4:201; attacking peach, 2:6; 7: 
374; bibliography, 7:288; detailed 
account, 7:288-96; in "black 
knot," 5:280; injurious, 8:125; 9: 
297; london purple or paris green 
for, 7:291; oviposition of, 2:7; 7: 
295-96; 11:122; paris green, how 
to mix, 7:292-93; reference, 1:259, 
261, 316; 2:124; 3:85; 4:106; 5:300, 
325; 6:104; 7:343; 9:422, 440; 11: 
270, 279; 12:266, 271; 14:320 5 , 
350 5 , 353 s , 364 C ; remedies, 1:45, 57, 
58, 63, 65; 4:201; 7:289-95; 9:417, 
433-34; Sigalphus parasitic on, 1: 
308; soldier beetle larva preying 
on, 4:86; spraying, beneficial re- 
sults of, 7:293-95; spraying ex- 
periments on, 9:417, 433-34, 
strength of mixture for, 7:291-92; 
Thrips destroying eggs of, 2:31; 
11:248; time to spray for, 7:290- 
91. 

Plum gouger, 4:17; 7:293; 11:270. 
Plum leaf fungus, 4:185. 
Plum mite, 12:350; 14:391". 
Plum tree aphis, 9:368-69; 10:498; 

11:276; 14:383 8 , 388 8 . 
Plum tree moth, 11:266. , 



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541 



Plum tree Phytoptus, 10:460. 
Plum tree scale (Lecanium prunas- 
tri), 11:205-6, 271, 277, 278; 14: 
388", 389*. 

Plum tree Sphinx, 11:264. 
Plumbago, Aramigus fuller! on, 2: 

143. 
plumbeus, Tomocerus (syn. Podura 

tricolor), 2:205, 244. 
Plume moth, gartered, 8:284; 12: 
218-22; 14:399 4 . See also Oxypti- 
lus periscelidactylus. 
plumif era, Psyche, 1 :83. 
pluniigeraria, Boarmia,see Coniodes. 
Coniodes (syn. Boarmia), 10: 

494; 11:266; 14:380 6 . , 
Plusia aerea, 10:376, 482. 

aeroides, 9:456; 10:376, 482; 14: 

313 7 

ampla, 10:377. 
balluca, 9:456; 10:376; 12:308; 

14:313 T . 

bimaculata, 10:376. 
brassicae (P. ni Grote in error), 
bibliography, 2:89-90; canni- 
balistic habits, 2:93; descrip- 
tion of stages, 2:90-91; de- 
tailed account, 2:89-93; dis- 
tribution and injuries, 2:92; 
9:296; food plants, 2:91-92; 
general account (abstract), 6: 
184; number of broods, 2:92; 
number of parasites from one 
larva, 1:156; parasites of, 1: 
156; 3:410; reference, 1:189; 
2:94; 9:422, 462; 14:330 3 , 342, 
378 2 ; remedies, 1:65; 2:93; 
resemblance to Plusia ni, 2: 
92. 

culta, 2:97; 14:307". 
dyaus, see P. rogationis. 
epigaea, 10:377. 
formosa, 10:377. 
gamma, 1:119. 
mappa, 10:377. 

mortuorum, 5:285; 10:376, 377. 
moths, 2:96. 
iii, of Europe, 1:189; 2:89, 90, 

92; 6:184. 
ni Grote, erroneous reference of 

P. brassicae. 
ou, 2:97. 
precationis, 2:97; 10:376, 482; 

13:372". 

purpurigera, see Deva. 
putnami, 10:377. 
rogationis (syn. P. dyaus), 2: 

94-97, 228; 14:333*, 342 5 . 
selecta (syn. P. viridisignata), 

10:377. 
simplex, 10:376, 487; 14:378*. 



Plusia thyatiroides, 10:377. 
u-aureum, 10:376, 377. 
viridisignata, see P. selecta. 
Plusias, in the Adirondacks, 6:178; 

10:376; scarcity of, 12:308. 
Plutella cruciferarum (syn. Ceros- 

toma brassicella), 1:322. 
pluvialis, Anthomyia, 1:171. 

Clisiocampa, 11:265. 
Plympton, A. S., insects from, 6:188. 
Poa annua, grain aphis on, 5:252. 

pratensis, see Grass, 
poaphagus, Limothrips, 5:153. 
podagra, Dimeraspis, see Microdon 

globosus. 

Podisus cynicus (syn. Anna gran- 
dis), 1:331; 7:356, 361; 14: 
365 8 . 
modestus, 5:170; 6:189; 7:353; 

13:374*. 

spinosus (syn. Arma), 1:331; 2: 
146; 6:137; 8:238, 300; 9:457; 
12:262; 14:314 2 , 368 2 . 
Podosesia syringae, 9:338, 461; 10: 

498; 14:383 7 . 
Podura aquatica, 2:210; 7:374; 11: 

253. 

bicolor, see Tomocerus plum- 
beus. 

fimetaria, see Aphorura armata. 
humicola, see Achorutes. 
nivalis, see Degeeria. 
nivicola, see Schoturus. 
species, see Achorutes diversi- 

ceps. 

Poduridae (spring tails), 1:79, 101; 
6:173; 7:374; 11:251-54; 14:320", 
324 4 . 

Poecilocapsus goniphorus, 11:284. 
lineatus (syn. Capsus 4-vitta- 
tus, Lygaeus, Lygus, Phyto- 
coris, P. bellus, P. 4-vittntus), 
1:271-81; 4:200; 5:273:10:512; 
11:284; 12:363; 14:336 8 , 349 7 , 
350 4 , 363*. 
Poeciloptera pruinosa, see Ormenis. 

vulgaris, see Lamenia. 
Poecilosoma candidatum, 13:336*. 
Poey, Phelipe, Centime de Lcpidop- 
tcres de V Ue de Cuba cited, 11:134. 
Pointer, Mrs E., Insects from, 8:299. 
Poke berry, Ecpanthoria ocularia 
(syn. E. scribonia) feeding on, 12: 
183, 189. 

Polistes fuscatus, see P. pallipes. 
pallipes (syn. P. fuscatus), 1: 
330; 3:135; 6:109; 11:264, 284. 
polita, Mesograpta, 7:233. 
Polites peckius (syn. Pamphila), 4: 

137. 
politum, Trypoxylon, 12:359. 



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politus, Phalacrus, 6:170; 14:361 5 . 
Pollenia atrainentaria, of Europe, 

9:313. 

rudis (syn. Musca, M. faini- 
liaris), 2:117; 8:297; 9:309-14, 
439; 10:498, 510, 516; 12:361; 
13:370 3 ; 14-.375 1 , 383 5 , 398 6 . 
vespillo, 9:310, 313. 
Polycaon confertus, 1:330; 2:131; 

11:268. 
Polydesmidae, species treated of, 

12:300-3. 
Polydesmus, habits of species, 12: 

301. 

canadensis, see P. serratus. 
complanatus, 3:133, 142, 153; 

12:301, 349. 
falcatus, 12:364. 
serratus, 3:133; 12:301, 349. 
species, 14:346 8 . 
virginiensis, 3:134. 
polygarna, Catocala, see C. grynea. 
polygonalis, Mecyna, 11:142. 
polygoni, Gastroidea, 8:298; 10:519. 
Polygonia comma (syn. Grapta), 8: 
187; 10:507; 11:284; 13:371 5 ; 
14:309 5 ; form dryas, 4:137. 
faunus (syn. Grapta.), 4:137; 5: 
282, 317; 10:507; 14:309 5 ,339 G . 
interrogationis (syn. Grapta, G. 
c-aureum), 6:187: 8:187, 
300; 9:446; 10:508; 14: 
310 3 , 310 6 . 
var. umbrosa (syn. Grapta 

umbrosa), 9:446; 1O:508. 
progne (syn. Grapta), 4:137; 10: 

507; 11:284; 14:309 5 . 
satyrus (syn. Grapta), 7:375; 

14:321 8 . 
Polygonum, Hydroecia nitela (syn. 

Gortyna) on, 1:112. 
amphibium, Lixus rubellus on, 

1 :260. 

aviculare, see Knotgrass, 
persicaria, see Lady's thumb, 
polygrapha, Corythuca, 4:109. 
Polygraphus rufipennis (syn.Apate), 

2:54. 

polyphemus, Telea, 2:77; 3:140; 9: 
456; 10:481, 493, 515; 11:265, 285; 
13:350 9 ; 14:313 5 , 380 4 . 
Polyphylla, scarred, 11:268. 
Polyphylla decemlineata, 11:268. 
variolosa (syn. Macronoxia), 1: 

54, 71, 330; 11:268. 
Polystictus versicolor, a fungus, 9: 

462. 

Polystoechotes punctatus, 5:288. 
polyturator, Pelecinus, 10:515, 519. 
polyxenes, Papilio (syn. P. asterias), 
3:140; 4:136; 10:507, 515; 12:307; 
14:309*. 
Pomace fly, pretty, 11:267. 



Pomegranate, Icerya purchasi on, 

4:187. 

pometaria. Alsophila (syn. Anisop- 
teryx), 1:11, 57, 72, 329; 4:15, 
139, 140, 206; 11:266; 13:365 3 , 
370 8 ; 14:357 9 , 396, 398 8 . 
Anisopteryx, see Alsophila. 
pometella, Rhinosia, see Ypsoloplms 

pometellus. 
pometellus, Chaetochilus, see Ypsolo- 

phus. 

Ypsoloplms (syn. Argyrolepia 
pomoriana, A. sylvaticana, 
Chaetochilns C. contuber- 
nalellns, Rhinosia pometella, 
Y. contubernalellus), 1:300, 
301, 329; 11:267. 
pomicorticis, Mytilaspis, see M. 

pomorum. 
pomif oliella, Bucculatrix, see l Buc- 

culatrix pomifoliella. 
Lithoeolletis (syn. L. crataegel- 

la), 1:330; 11:267. 
pomivorella, Micropteryx, 1:330; 10: 

510; 11:267. 

pomonella, Carpocapsa, see Carpo- 
capsa pomonella. 
Rhagoletis, see Trypeta. 
Trypeta (syn. Rhagoletis), 1: 
330; 2:117-25, 227, 234; 4:174; 
5:300; 8:245-49; 10:391, 499; 
11:267; 12:347, 348; 14:336 7 , 
342 6 , 343 5 , 353 2 , 384 5 , 391 3 . 
pomoriaoa, Argyrolepia, see Ypsolo- 

phus pometellus. 
pomorum, Anthonomus, 1 1 :270. 
Aspidiotus, see Mytilaspis. 
Mytilaspis, see Mytilaspis pomo- 
rum. 

Pomphopoea aenea, 1:331; 11:269. 
sayi (syn. Lytta), 6:136; 14: 

368 1 . 

Pompilius species, 13:341 8 . 
Pomroy,. Norman, insects from, 5: 
325; 6:188; 9:464; 10:512, 517; 11: 
286; 12:246. 

pomum, Pontania (syn. Nematus 
salicis-pomum), 5:173; 12:359,360; 
14:362 5 . 

Pontania pomum (syn. Nematus 
salicis-pomum), 5:173-; 12:359, 
360; 14:362 5 . 
species, 13:336 6 . 
Popenoe, E. A., cited, 4:156; 7:255; 

10:432. 
Poplar, insects injurious to; 

Agrilus anxius (syn. A. torpi- 

dus). 5:283. 

Bryobia pratensis, 7:322. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Cossus centerensis, 3:140; 7: 
373; 8:294. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



543 



Poplar, insects injurious to (cont'd) 
Lygneonematus crichsonii (syn. 

Nematus), 5:171. 
Mnmestra grandis, 5:210; 14: 

:;;^ 7 . 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:202; 

13:374 8 . 

Occantluis ni veus, 7:384. 
Pheosia dimidiata, 14:310 1 . 
Scoliopteryx libatrix, 8:172. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1 :84. 

Trichiocampus viminalis (syn. 
Aulacomerus lutescens), 4:44; 
7:223. 
Lombardy, Crepidodera helxines 

on, 4:102. 

Poplar borer, 11:269. 
Poplar feeding cut worm, 5:210. 
Poplar saw fly, 4:44-46; 5:171; 7: 

223; 9:439; 14:357 5 , 374 3 . 
Popular gardening cited, 4:194; 7: 

361; 14:347 7 , 365 4 , 365", 365 7 . 
Popular science news cited, 7:364; 14: 

367 1 . 
populatum, Eustroma (syn. Cidaria 

packardata), 7:375; 14:321 8 . 
populi, Chaitophorus (syn. Lachnus), 

9:407, 411, 412. 
Lachnus, see Chaitophorus. 
populi-transversus, Pemphigus, 13: 

361 9 -62 2 ; 14:400". 

popnlifoliae, Aphis, see Chaitophorus. 
Chaitophorus (syn. Aphis), 9: 

406, 411, 412. 
Populus balsamifera, see Balm-of- 

Gilead. 

dilatata, see Poplar, Lombardy. 
monilifera, see Cottonwood. 
tremuloides, see Poplar. 
Pork, salt, Piophila casei infesting, 

12:230. 

Porthetria dispar (syn. Ocneria), 7: 
302-4, 336, 357; 9:422-26, 432-33, 
434, 440; 10:369-72, 485; 11:264; 
14:363", 374 7 , 377 5 , 392 5 . 
posticata, Imatisma, see Mallota. 
Mallota (syn. M. barda, M. cim- 
biciform'is, M. sackeni, Eris- 
talis, E. coactus, Imatisma, 
Merodon balanus, M. bardus, 
Milesia barda), 1:211-16; 4: 
141; 6:173; 14:324 2 , 335 9 . 
posticatus, Eristalis, see Mallota 

posticata. 

Potato, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Aphids, species of, 3:84, 121, 

148, 149; 14:345", 345 fl , 352". 
Aphorura armata (syn. Lipura 

fimetaria), 2:210. 
Bibio albipennis, 2:112. 
Cantharis nuttalli (syn. Lytta), 
8:294. 



Potato, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Chrysochus auratus, 4:142. 
Coptocycla bicolor (syn. C. auri- 

chalcea), 7:376; 14:320'. 
clavata, 5:322; 6:126, 173; 

14.:325 8 . 
signifera (syn. C. guttata), 

7:369. 
Cosmospepla carnifex, 2:146; 

9:458; 14:314 3 . 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Doryphora decemlineata, 2:3; 

4:191; 5:290-91; 8:122; 9:297. 
Epicauta cinerea, 6:135; 8:294; 

12:354. 
pennsylvanica, 1 :305; 6:135; 

11:286. 

vittata, 1:300; 6:132, 176; 
7:376; 12:354; 14:322\32G 2 . 
Epidapus scabies, 10:447. 
Epitrix cucumeris (syn. Crepi- 

dodora), 10:489; 14:378". 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 
1:112, 305; 2:226; 7:377; 8: 
191; 14:326 X , 332 3 . 
Julus caeruleocinctus, 3:132, 
142, 153; 9:464; 10:445-46; 14: 
346 8 , 377 9 . 

La chno sterna fusca, 9:296. 
Lema trilineata, 2:133; 10:491; 

11:286; 14:379*. 
Lygus pratensis, 8:291; 12:363; 

13:351 7 , 352 2 , 354 4 ; 14:315 4 . 
Mncrobasis unicolor, 5:321; 8: 
291; 12:315, 362; 14:341 4 , 354. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229. 

Mamestra grandis, 5:210. 
Melanoplus spretus, 1:7. 
Oxytelus rugosus, 3:142. 
plant louse, 3:121, 149. 
Polydesinus complanatus, 3:133, 

142. 
Rhizoglyphus phylloxerae, 10: 

451, 487; 14:377 9 . 
Rhopalosiphum solani (syn. Me- 
goura), 3:121, 149; 14:345', 
345 6 . 

Sciara fucata, 5:265. 
hyalipennis, 5:265. 
longipes, 5:265. 
pauciseta, 12:224, 361. 
pnlicaria, 5:265. 
quinquelineata, 5:265. 
vittata, 5:265. 
Systena taeniata (syn. S. 

blanda), 4:156. 
Trichobaris trinotata, 3:106, 

149. 

Tyroglyphus lintneri, 12:352. 
Uropoda americana, 3:142. 
white grubs, 9:356. 
wire worms, 14:332*. 



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Potato, sweet, insects injurious to; 
Cassida nigripes, 6:127; 7:363, 

383. 

Coptocycla bicolor (syn. C. 
aurichalcea), 2:223; 6:125,127; 
7:363; 14:330 7 . 

Cylas formicarius, 3:141, 154. 
Potato aphis, 3:121, 148, 149; 14: 

373 4 . 

Potato beetle, blister (Cantharis 
atrata), 1:305; (Epicautapenn- 
sylvanica), 6:135; (Epicauta 
vittata), 6:132; (Macrobasis 
unicolor), 5:321. 

Colorado (Doryphora decemlin- 
eata), abundance of, 5:153; 
9:297; mite, 5:289-91, 318; 7: 
312; reference, 1:43, 236, 244; 
2:112, 133, 136, 147; 3:135, 
154; 4:156; 5:300; 6:132; 7: 
345, 373; 8:221, 274; 9:422; 
11:274, 288; 12:235, 236, 237; 
13:364 6 ; 14:314 2 , 316 8 , 320 3 , 
340 8 , 341 1 , 359 T , 349 8 , 353 s , 
363 5 , 385 5 , 387 5 , 396 4 ; remedies, 
1:26, 32, 39, 44; 9:297; species 
preying on, 1:145; 2:3; 4:161- 
62; 5:289-91; 6:137, 190; 7: 
312; 9:457; 10:496, 502; 12: 
235-37; spread of, 1:239, 267; 
4:191. 

tortoise (Chrysochus), 4:142. 
Potato beetle killer (Lebia grandis), 

10:496; 12:235-37. 

Potato bug (Doryphora decemlin- 
eata), see Potato beetle, Colorado. 
Potato mites, 10:451; 14:393 2 . 
Potato scab, prevention of, 10:447- 

48. 
Potato stalk weevil, 3:106, 149; 4: 

204; 14:345 5 , 352 8 . 
Potentilla, see Cinquefoil. 
Potter wasp, fraternal, 2:231; 6: 

109-11. 

Powdery mildew, 4:185. 
Powell, E. C., insects from, 10:519; 

11:251. 

Powell, G. T., cited, 9:318; insects 
from, 4:206; 5:325; 7:382, 383; 10: 
519: 11:286. 

Practical entomologist cited, 1:81 
172, 253, 264; 8:111, 125, 148, 168, 
180; 3:133; 4:28, 107, 114; 5:192; 
7:288; 8:159; 9:300, 307; 10:408; 
11:145, 197, 248; 12:235; 13:351"; 
14:310 2 . 
Praodores, number of U. S. species, 

4:181. 

Prairie farmer cited, 1:99, 110, 264; 
2:148; 5:246; 6:147; 9:300; 10:378, 
433: 11:145, 249. 
Prairie farmer annual cited, 11:145. 



Praon avenaphis, 5:253. 
prasina, Agrotis, see Adelphagrotis. 
Adelphagrotis (syn. Agrotis), 1: 

8; 10:377, 482. 

pratensis, Bryobia (syn. B. pallida, 
Trombidium bicolor in error), 
2:224; 3:128-30; 6:158, 159, 
161, 180; 7:321-24, 365; 9:440; 
10:450, 486; 11:272, 288; 13: 
375 4 ; 14:328S 331 6 , 352 5 , 367 3 , 
368 s , 374 7 , 377 6 . 
Cimex, see Lygus. 
Lygus, see Lygus pratensis. 
pratorum, Achorutes, see Schoturus. 
Schoturus (syn. Achorutes), 2: 

206. 
Pratt, Mrs H. A., on habits of 

carpet beetle, 11:172. 
precationis, Plusia, 2:97; 10:376, 

482; 13:372 3 . 
Press and Knickerbocker [Albany] 

cited, 7:358; 9:446. 
Preston, E. J., insects from, 12:311, 

360. 
pretiosa, Catocala, see C. crataegi 

var. 

Trichogramma, 2:220, 229; 4: 
194, 197, 205; 14:333 4 , 347 s , 
348 6 . 

Preventives, see Kemedies and pre- 
ventives. 

Price & Reed, insects from, 10:509. 
Prickly ash, Heraclides cresphontes 

(syn. Papilio) on, 9:337. 
Primula, insects injurious to; 

Otiorhynchus singularis (syn. 

O. picipes), 2:52. 
sulcatus, 2:52. 
Thrips species, 11:248. 
primus, Derostenus, 10:369; 12:267. 
p'rinceps, Epicordulia (syn. Epi- 

theca), 11:288. 
Epitheca, see Epicordulia. 
Princes pine, Sitodrepa panicea in, 

4:92. 

Prindle, C. N., insects from, 6:189. 
Prionidus cristatus (syn. Cimex, 
Prionotus), 2:230; 4:113; 5:316; 6: 
138-41; 8:294; 14:317 1 , 333 6 , 339 J , 
368 2 . 

Prionotus cristatus, see Prionidus. 
Prionoxystus macmurtrei (syn. Cos- 
srs querciperda), 2:216; 7:220, 
375; 14:322 X . 

robiniae (syn. Cossus, C. 
crepera, C. plagiatus, C. reti- 
culatus, Xyleutes), 2:216; 7: 
375; 9:426, 450; 11:265; 14: 
322 1 . 
Prionus, broad necked, 1:330; 11: 

268. 
tile horned, 11:268. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



545 



Prionus imbricornis, 1:330; 11:268. 
laticollis, 1:330; 4:22; 11:268; 

13:373. 

Priophora serrata, see Haematobia. 
Pristiphora grossulariae, see Gyin- 

nonychus appendiculatus. 
Privy fly, 1:168, 171. 
proboscideus, Balaninus, see Balani- 

nus proboscideus. 
Curculio, see Balaninus. 
Prochoerodes nubilata, see Sabu- 

lodes. 

transversata, see Sabulodes. 
Proconia, four striped, 9:395-96. 
Proconia quadrivittata, see Diedro- 

cepliala coccinea. 
Procris americana, see Harrisina. 
Proctotrupes, 1:308. 
Proctotrupidae, 1:241. 
prodigiosa, Traumatornyia, 4:72. 
prodromus, Aphodius, 7:312. 
progne, Grapta, see Polygonia. 

Polygonia (syn. Grapta), 4:137; 

10:507; 11:284; 14:309 5 . 
prolifica, Chloropisca, see C. vari- 

ceps. 

Sciara, 12:226, 227; 13:372 6 . 
Promachus apivorus, see P. fitchii. 
fitchii (syn. P. apivorus, Tru- 

panea apivora), 1:318. 
Promethea, assembling of, 1 :70, 71. 
promethea, Attacus, see Callosainia. 
Callosamia (syn. Attacus), 1: 
72, 98, 328; 5:324; 9:455; 12: 
338-41; 14:313 8 . 

Prominent, Unicorn, 1:328; 11:265. 
Pronuba yuccasella, 2:215. 
properties, Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334, 335; 6:180; 14:327 7 . 
propinqualis, Rivula, 4:206. 
propinquans, Stenobothrus, see 

Orphulella pelidna. 
prostrata, Homalomyia, 1:171. 
Proteopteryx spoliana, 11:266. 
Proteoteras aesculana, 12:214, 215, 

216, 217. 

claypoliana, see Steganoptycha. 
proteus, Clastoptera, 1:285; 5:245; 

9:394. 

Eudamus, 1:337; 6:180; 14:327 7 . 
Protoparce celeus, see Phlegethon- 

tius. 

Provancher, L'Abbe Leon, Faune 
du Canada cited, 2:198; Additions 
et corrections au volume II de Id 
Faune entomolooique du Canada, 
Hymenopteres cited, 5:164; 11:109; 
Petite Faune entomologique du 
Canada, CoUopteres cited, 4:93; 5: 
232; 9:300. 307; Htmipteres cited, 
5:242; 8:152, 154; 10:430. 
provocans, Culex, 12:321. 



proxima, Chlorpps, 1:226. 
pruinella, Anarsia, see A. lineatella. 
pruinosa, Cicada, see C. tibicen. 
Ormenis (syn. Poeciloptera), 9: 

387, 410. 

Poeciloptera, see Ormenis. 
pruinosum, Lecanium, 11:271. 
prunastri, Lecanium (L. juglandi- 
fex and L. juglandis in error), 10: 
518; 11:205, 206, 271, 278; 14:389 5 . 
Prune, Bryobia pratensis on, 7:322. 
pruni, Acronycta (A. clarescens in 

error), 1:328; 11:265. 
Aphis, erroneous reference of 

A. prunifoliae. 
Phytoptus, 12:318, 350; 14:391 9 , 

399 6 . 
pruni-mahaleb, Aphis, see Phorodon 

humuli. 
prunicida, Coccotorus, see C. scutel- 

laris. 

prunicola, Aphis (syn. A. persicae- 
niger, Myzus persicae), 2:19-23; 5: 
256, 315; 9:369; 11:279; 14:338 8 , 
389 T . 

prunifoliae, Aphis (A. pruni in 
error), 8:125, 299; 9:369; 11:277; 
12:350; 14:388 6 , 392 s . 
prunina, Lachnosterna, 11:268. 
pruni vora, Grapholitha, 1:329; 11: 

266. 
prunivorella, Ornix, see O. gemina- 

tella. 
prunus, Amphibolips (syn. Cynips), 

4:42, 43; 14:357 4 . 
Cynips, see Amphibolips. 
Prunus mahaleb, see Plum, wild, 
maritima, see Plum, sand, 
serotina, see Cherry, wild, 
simoni, Lecanium species on, 

12:363. 

virginiana, see Cherry, choke. 
Pruyn, K. C., insects from, 6:190. 
Psiectra diptera (syn. Hemerobius 

delicatulus, H. dipterus), 4:176. 
Psenocerus supernotatus, 1 :321, 

331; 3:138; 11:268. 
pseudacaciella, Argyromiges, see 

Lithocolletis robiniella. 
Pseudaglossa lubricalis, 1:340; 11: 

284. 
Pseudanthonomus crataegi (syn. 

Anthonomus), 1:331; 11:270. . 
pseudargiolus, Cyaniris (syn. Ly- 
caena), 5:285; 7:375; 8:291; 
14:315 4 , 321 s , 321 8 . 
var. lucia, Cyaniris (syn. Ly- 
caena lucia), 7:375; 8:291; 14: 
315*. 

var. neglecta, Cyaniris (syn. Ly- 
caena neglecta), 7:374; 8:291; 
14:315 4 , 321*. 
Lycaena, see Cyaniris. 



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pseudargyria, Leucania, 1:340; 10: 

482. 

Pseudococcus aceris, 11:287. 
Pseudoneuroptera, 1:161; 4:167; 11: 

106, 288. 
Pseudothyatira cymatophoroides 

(syn. P. expultrix), 10:481. 
expultrix, see P. cymato- 
phoroides. 

Psila rosae, 1:46, 49. 
Psithyrus, studies of, 11:104. 
celatus, 11:104. 
eitrinus, 11:104. 
Psoa maculata, 11:268. 
Psocidae, 1:65, 161, 316; 2:198, 199, 
201, 202; 5:323; 6:161; 11:248; 12: 
364; literature of, 2:203. 
Psocus aceris, see P. venosus. 
domesticus, 1:65, 162. 
quietus, 1:161. 
semistriatus, 1 :161. 
tritici, 1:298. 
venosus (syn. P. aceris), 1:161, 

316. 

Psoini, 2:132. 

Psorophora ciliata (syn. Culex cilia- 
tus), 12:327. 
Psoroptes communis (syn. P. equi), 

7:362; 14 SGG 1 . 
equi, see P. communis. 
Psyche cited, 1:81, 99; 2:69, 116, 203, 
229, 230, 231; 5:184, 193, 311; 7: 
225, 256, 380; 8:151, 160; 9:309, 
330; 10:377, 388, 405, 416, 417, 
477, 478; 11:134, 157, 160, 178, 181, 
182, 248, 249, 250;- 12:183, 190, 192, 
194, 214, 218, 230, 238, 243, 254, 
265, 273, 298; 13:34r, 343 T , 343 9 , 
344 2 , 344 s , 344, 344 7 , 352 8 , 353 7 ; 14: 
323 8 , 333 4 , 333 5 , 334 1 , 334 2 , 336 T . 
Psyche plumifera, 1:83. 
Psycomorpha epimenis, 9:455; 14: 

313 2 . 

Psylla. four lined, 9:404. 
three dotted, 9:404. 
Psylla annulata, see P. carpini var. 
buxi, 2:18. 
carpini, 9:404, 411. 

var annulata, 9:404, 411. 
mali, 9:323. 
pyri, erroneous reference of P. 

pyricola. 

pyri of Europe, 9:321, 322. 
pyricola (P. pyri and P. pyri- 
suga in error), bibliography, 
9:317-18; characteristics of 
its family, 9:319; description 
by Harris, 9:321-22; detailed 
account, 9:317-29; distribu- 
tion, 9:325, 429, 445; 10:425- 
26; earliest notice of, 9:319- 
21; injuries by, 8:124; 9:325, 
326; life history, 9:326-28; on 



apple trees, 1:331; ravages 
by, 8:219-20; recent multipli- 
cation in Hudson river val- 
ley, 9:322-24; reference, 8: 
280, 281, 285, 299; 9:293, 434, 
441, 466; 10:498, 518; 11:271; 
12:352; 14:370-, 370 T , 372% 
375 4 , 376 s , 383 5 , 393; referred 
to P. pyricola, 9:322; reme- 
dies, 9:329, 430. 
pyrisuga, erroneous reference 

of P. pyricola. 
quadrilineata, 9:404, 411. 
simulans, 9:328. 
tripunctata, see Trioza. 
Psyllidae, 1:300; 2:18; 7:367; 9:317, 
319, 381, 404, 411; 10:425-26; 11: 
271. 

Psylliodes punctulata, 1:296. 
Ptelea trifoliata, see Hop tree. 
Pteris aquilina, see Brake, common. 
Pteromalinae, 4:29, 66; 7:307. 
Pteromalus, 1:86, 225, 307; 2:79. 
fulvipes, see Merisus. 
gelechiae, 2:110. 
hordei, see Isosoma. 
puparum, 1:86; 9:447, 454; 14: 

310 8 , 310 9 . 

tritici, see Isosoma. 
Pteronus ribesii (syn. Nematus, N. 
ventricosus) egg parasite of, 2: 
217-20, 229; 4:205; oviposition, 2: 
220-21; Podisus cynicus preying 
on, 7:356; reference, 1:8; 3:85, 88, 
144; 7:335; 8:125; 14:333 4 , 344 4 ; 
remedies, 1:41, 46, 56; 5:156-57. 
Pterophori, hibernation of, 12:221^ 
Pterophoridae, family character- 
istics, 12:219; species treated of, 
12:218-22. 
Pterophorus periscelidactylus, see 

Oxyptilus. 

Pterostichus, 10:493. 
sculptus, 12:209. 
Ptilodontinae, 1:137. 
Ptinidae, 2:125, 132; 4:22, 88; 8:285; 

11:268. 

Ptinus brunneus, 4:90, 92; 6:188. 
fur, 2:138; 4:93. 
quadrimaculatus, 3:138; 4:93; 

6:188. 

Ptycholoma persicana, 10:483. 
Ptyelus lineatus (syn. Cercopis, 
Cicada lineata), 4:120; 5:245; 7: 
383; 14:357 T . 

puberulus, Pityophthorus, 2:54. 
Publilia concava (syn. Entilia), 9: 

387, 410. 
pulchraria, Cleora, see Nepytia seini- 

clusaria. 

Pulex irritans, 1:62; 6:173; 14:324 3 . 
serraticeps, see Ceratopsyllus. 



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547 



pulicaria, Corimelaena, 5:319; 8: 
212-14, 283; 10:497; 14:340 5 , 
371 5 , 382 8 . 

Sciara, 5:265; 10:388. 
pulicarius, Lathridius, see L. rufi- 

collis. 

Pulicidae, 1:79. 

pulsatoria, Clothilla (syn. Atropos 
pulsatorius), 1:162, 298, 316; 2:201, 
202; 5:323; 14:341". 
pulsatorius, Atropos, see Clothilla 

pulsatoria. 

Pulvinaria acericola Walsh & Riley 
(syn. Lecanium), 6:143, 147; 
7:370; 11:205. 

innnmerabilis (syn. Coccus, C. 
aceris, Lecanium acerella, L. 
acericorticis, L. caricae, L. 
maclurae Auth.- Coccus hes- 
peridum and Pulvinaria vitis 
in error), bibliography, 6:146- 
47; description, 6:142; 11:204, 
205; detailed account, 6:141- 
47; food plants, 6:143; 7:370; 
general account, 1:301, 309, 
310; history, 6:142-43; infest- 
ing grape vines, 2:22; 6:145- 
46; infesting maples, 1:309, 
310; 2:230; 5:313; 8:177-78; 
11:205; life history, 6:143; 
reference, 3:146; 5:326; 7:376, 
384; 8:110, 216; 10:497, 499, 
512; 1J:204, 205, 275, 281; 14: 
318 5 , 318 7 , 322*, 333 T , 338 2 , 344 8 , 
368 2 , 382 1 , 384 3 , 388 2 , 390 3 ; 
remedies, 5:313; 6:143-45. 
maclurae Kenn. (syn. Coccus, 
Lecanium), 1:301; 6:142, 143. 
salicis, 9:411. 
vitis, erroneous reference of P. 

innumerabilis. 
vitis of Europe, 6:146. 
pumila, Myobia, 11:177. 

Phora, 10:403. 

pumilionis, Chlorops, see Oscinis. 
Oscinis (syn. Chlorops), 1:225, 

226. 
pumilus, Brachynemurus (syn. Myr- 

meleon), 11:238. 

Myrmeleon, see Brachynemurus. 
Pumpkin, insects injurious to; 
Anasa tristis, 3:110. 
, cut worms, 8:236. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:120. 
Melittia satyriniformis (syn. M. 

cucurbitae), 2:63. 

punctata, Coptocycla, see C. bicolor. 
Hyphantria, see H. cunea. 
Pelidnota, 1:307; 5:229, 310, 312, 
325; 11:268, 286; 12:362; 13: 
373 s ; 14:358 7 . 
Sciara, 10:388. 
Synchroa, 11:269. 



punctatissima, form of Basilona 1m- 

perialis, 13:350*. 
punctatus, Curculio, see Phytono- 

mus. 
Phytonomus, see Phytonomus 

punctatus. 

Polystoechotes, 5 :286. 
punctipennis, Anopheles (syn. A. 
hyemalis, Culex hyemalis, A. 
quadrimaculatus in error), 1: 
298; 2:241; 12:320; 14:343-. 
Haltica, 11:269. 

punctistriga, Artace, 8:287; 14:373 2 . 
punctor, Culex, see C. consobrinus. 
punctulata, Psylliodes, 1 :296. 
pungens, Culex, 12:321. 

Reduvius, see Melanolestes 

picipes. 
Punky or little gray gnat, 7:364; 11: 

106; 14:367 2 . 
puparum, Pteromalus, 1:86; 9:447, 

454; 14:310 8 , 310 9 . 
purchasi, Icerya, 4:187, 188; 5:326; 

6:104; 7:340; 8:275; 11:271. 
Purdue university, course in en- 
tomology at, 12:344. 
purgatum, Ophion, 12:193, 211. 
purpurana, Cacoecia, 10:483. 
purpurescens, Achorutes, 2:207. 
Purpuricenus humeralis, 1:297. 
purpurigera, Deva (syn. Plusia), 10: 

376. 

Plusia, see Deva. 
purpurjpennis, Gortyna, see Hydroe- 

cia u-album. 

purpurissata, Mamestra, 10:377. 
pusillus, Crypturgus (syn. C. ato- 

mus), 4:20, 24. 
pustularia, Physostegania (syn. 

Stegania), 10:483. 
Stegania, see Physostegania. 
putator, Elaphidion, see E. villosum. 
Stenocorus, see Elaphidion villo- 
sum. 

Putnam, J. D., cited, 6:147. 
putnami, Plusia, 10:377. 
pygmaea, Baetis (syn. Chloe), 4:123. 
Capnia (syn. Perla nivicola), 1: 

298; 2:239; 11:288; 14 :343 1 . 
. Chloe, see Baetis. 
pygmaeus, Cephus, 3:88, 147; 7:334; 

8:167; 10:515. 

pylades, Eudamus, 1:337, 338. 
Pyralid web caterpillar, 1:329; 6: 

'189; 11:266. 

Pyralidae, 1:127, 329; 4:14; 10:483, 

487; 11:145-51, 266; reference to 

new species, 4:173. 

Pyralis costalis (syn. Asopia, Hyp- 

sopygaea, Phalaena, Pyralis 

firabrialis, P. olinalis in 

error), American history, 11: 

149-50; an associated species, 



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11:151; a European insect, 
11:147; bibliography, 11:145- 
47; characters of family, 11: 
147; European history, 11: 
148-49; injuries by, 11:150-51; 
larva described, 11:148; life 
history, 11:150; moth de- 
scribed, 11:148; reference, 
10:483, 487; 12:357; 13:358-, 
372 4 ; 14:378 2 , 395 s , 400 3 ; reme- 
dies and preventives, 11:151. 
farinalis (syn. Asopia), 8:300; 

10:483; 11:146, 151. 
fimbrialis, see P. costalis. 
glaucinalis, 11:148. 
hyalinata, see Margaronia. 
olinalis erroneous reference of 

P. costalis. 

Pyrameis atalanta, see Vanessa, 
cardui, see Vanessa, 
huntera, see Vanessa, 
pyramidoides, Amphipyra, 1:328; 4: 

138; 8:296; 11:265. 
Pyrausta adipaloides (syn. Botis), 

10:483. f 

futilalis (syn. Botys, Botis erec- 
talis), bibliography, 11:138- 
39; eggs, 11:139; enemies of, 
11:141-42; generations, num- 
ber of, 11:141; larvae, habits 
and stages, 11:139-41; moth 
described, 11:141; pupa, 11: 
140-41; reference, 12:357; 14: 
395 7 . t 

theseusalis (syn. Botis), 10:483. 
unifascialis (syn. Botis), 10:483. 
Pyraustidae, 11:126-42. 
Pyrellia cadaverina (syn. Lucilia), 

1:299. 

Pyrethrum, Phytomyza chrysan- 
theini (P. lateralis in error) 
in heads of, 4:77. 
inodorum, see Feverfew, corn. 
Pyrgita domestica, see Sparrow, 

Kuglish. 
Pyrgus, structural characters, 1: 

336; 2:214. 

Pyrgns (syn. Scelothrix), 1:336. 
caespitalis (syn. P. petreius, P. 

ricara), 1:336. 
centaureae, see Hesperia. 
ericetorum, 1:336. 
. macaira (syn. P. oceanus), 1: 

336. 

maculatus, see Scelothrix. 
oceanus, see P. macaira. 
petreius, see P. caespitalis. 
philetas, 1:336. 
ricara, see P. caespitalis. 
scriptura, 1:336. 
tessellata, see Hesperia mon- 

tivaga. 
xanthus, 1:336. 



pyri, Diaspis (syn. Aspidiotus cir- 
cularis, D. ostreaeformis in 
error), 1:331; 11:271. 
Eriosoma, see Schizoneura lani- 

gera. 

Lecanium, 8:299; 11:271. 
Pemphigus, see Schizoneura 

lanigera. 

Phytoptus, 7:365; 9:442; 10:453- 
59, 501, 503; 12:352; 14:367 5 , 
375 7 , 384", 386 2 , 393 3 . 
Psylla, erroneous reference of 

P. pyricola. 

Psylla of Europe, 9:321, 322. 
Sciara, 5:265. 

Scolytus, see Xyleborus dispar. 
Sesia, 11:264. 
Tingis, of Europe, 1 :311. 
Typhlodromus, 10:453, 455. 
Xyleborus, see X. dispar. 
pyricola, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis 

pyrivora. 

Psylla, see Psylla pyricola. 
pyricolana, Steganoptycha, 11:266. 
pyrina, Zeuzera (syn. Z. aesculi), 9: 
426-27, 462; 10:485; 11:265, 275; 
12:360; 14:377, 3S8 2 . 
pyrisuga, Psylla, erroneous refer- 
ence of P. pyricola. 
pyrivora, Diplosis, see Diplosis pyri- 
vora. 

Pyrophorus noctilucus, a single 
species of the genus in U. S., 
11:175; bibliography, 11:174- 
75; duration of life, 11:176- 
77; food habits, 11:177; num- 
ber of tropical species, 11: 
175; reference, 12:357, 362; 
14:395 7 ; remarkable lumi- 
nosity, 11:175-76. 
physoderus, 11:175. 
Pyrrharctia californica, see P. Isa- 
bella. 

Isabella -(syn. Arctia, Estig- 
mene, P. californica, Spilo- 
soma), 7:225-28, 368; 9:439; 
1O:481, 502; 14:369^, 374 3 , 
385 7 . 
Pyrrhia umbra (syn. Chariclea ex- 

primens), 9:456; 14:313 7 , 316 8 . 
Pyrrhocoridae, 2:164. 
Pyrrhocoris, 1:69. 

calmariensis, of Europe, 2:166. 
suturellus, see Dysdercus. 
Pyrus japonica, see Quince, Japan- 
ese. 

pyrus-malus, Coccus, see Mytilaspis 
pomorum. 

quadrangTilaris, Aphrophora, see 

Lepyronia. 

Lepyronia (syn. Aphrophora), 
1:285; 4:121; 5:245; 9:393. 



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549 



quadricornis, Ceratomia, see C. 

amyntor. 
quadrigibbus, Anthonomus, see 

Tachypterus. 

Tachypterus (syn. Anthono- 
mus), 1:60, 331; 4:201; 6:174; 
9:419; 11:270; 14:324". 
quadriguttatus, Ips (syn. I. fascia- 

tus), 1:330; 6:188; 11:267. 
quadrilineata, Psylla, 9:404, 411. 
quadrimaculatum, Bembidium, 3: 

98-100, 140, 146; 14:344 7 , 353*. 
quadrimaculatus, Anopheles, erron- 
eus reference of A. puncti- 
pennis. 

Limonius, 7:351. 
Ptinus, 3:138; 4:93; 6:188. 
quadrinotata, Aphrophora, 5:245; 9: 

392. 
quadripes, Phytoptus, 5:303, 326; 

14:354 8 . 

quadripustulata, Winthemia (syn. 
Carcelia leucaniae, Exorista mili- 
taris, Nemoraea leucaniae), 1: 
146; 7:376; 8:238; 12:190, 191, 194, 
210, 354. 
quadrivittata, Proconia, see Diedro- 

cephala coccinea. 
quadrivittatus, Capsus, see Poecilo- 

capus lineatus. 
Phytocoris, see Poecilocapsus 

lineatus. 
Quail feeding on army worm, 12: 

209. 

Quaintance, A. L., cited, 11:127, 
135; 13:353 8 ; referred to, 11:131. 
Quay, J., cited, 4:35. 
quebecensis, Thalessa, 4:41. 
querceti, Euclea, see E. cippus. 
querci, Atymna (syn. Smilia), 9: 

389, 410. 

Empoa, see Typhlocyba. 
Schizoneura, 2:181; 3:125. 
Smilia, see Atymna. 
Telamona, see T. monticola. 
Typhlocyba (syn. Empoa), 9: 

403, 410. 
quercicola, Asterolecaniurn, 10:519. 

Wollastonia, 2:53. 
quercifoliae, Lachnus, 9:407, 412. 
quercina, Lachnosterna, see L. 

fusca. 
querciperda, Cossus, see Prionoxys- 

tus macmurtrei. 
Quercus, see Oak. 

alba, see Oak, white, 
bicolor, sec Oak, swamp, white, 
cinerea, see Oak, blue jack, 
coccinea, see Oak, scarlet, 
ilicifolia, see Oak, scrub, 
macrocarpa, see Oak, bur. 
nigra, see Oak, scrub. 



Quercus obtusifolia, see Oak, post, 
prinoides, see Oak, dwarf chest- 
nut. 

rubra, see Oak, red. 
tinctoria, see Oak, black, 
vaccinium, Lagoa crispata on, 

4:52. 

quietus, Psocus, 1:161. 
Quince, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:207, 

224. 
Carpocapsa pomonella, 2:11; 6: 

181; 14:328 B . 
Chauliognathus pennsylvani- 

cus, 4:85, 87. 

Conotrachelus crataegi, 2:11; 4: 
15, 208; 5:316; 6:181; 10:419- 
20; 14:328 5 . 

Corimelaena pulicaria, 8:213. 
Corythuca arcuata, 4:109. 
Diabrotica vittata, 4:103. 
Eriocampoides limacina (syn. 

Eriocampa cerasi), 9:335. 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Limonius confusus, 6:188; 7: 

351, 361; 13:373 3 ; 14:365 6 . 
Saperda Candida, 7:314. 
saw fly larvae, 2:232. 
Tetranychus telarius, 5:288, 

322. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84; 7:306; 11:285. 
Tingis cydoniae, 1:311. 
Japanese, or flowering, insects in- 
jurious to; 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224, 

287. 
Ohionaspis furfurus, 10:518; 

11:203. 

Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Quince curculio, 2:11; 4:15, 87; 5: 
316; 6:181; 10:419-20, 511; 12::jr>2; 
14:328 5 , 393 8 . 

Quince tree aphis, 10:512. 
Quince tree borer, 8:280; 14:370 l . 
quinquedecimpunctata, Anatis, sec 

A. ocellata. 
quinquelineata, Sciara, 5:265; 10: 

388. 

quinquelineatus, Cixius, see Oliarus. 
Oliarus (syn. Cixius), 9:386, 

410. 
quinquemaculata, Macrosila, sec 

Phlegethontins celeus. 
Sphinx, see Phlegethontius 

celeus. 

quinquenotata, Coccinella, see C. 
transversoguttata. 

Babbit moth, 4:51-54; 14:357'. 
Race horse, Stagmomantis Caro- 
lina, 4:160. 



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radcliffei, Acronycta, 1:328; 11:265. 
radiata, Locusta, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 
Tragocephala, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 

radiatus, Gompliocerus, sec Chorto- 
phaga viridif a sciata. 
radicola, Tylenchus, 8:222. 
radicum, Anthomyia (syn. Musca), 
1:171, 184, 185, 186, 191-94, 
196, 198; 14:335 9 . 
Musca, see Anthomyia. 
var. calopteni Riley, Antho- 
myia, sec Phorbia fusciceps 
Zett. 

Radish, insects, etc., injurious to; 
Anthomyia raphani, 1 :48, 194- 

99; 2:28. 

Anthomyians, 1:183. 
Ceutorhynchus assimilis, 1:195. 
Epitrix cucumeris, 1:195. 
Melanoplus spretus (syn. Calop- 

tenus), 1:195. 
Murgantia histrionica, 1 :267, 

270; 9.316, 317. 
munda, 9:317. 

Nysius angustatus (syn. N. des- 
tructor), 1:195; 5:321. 
Phorbia brassicae (syn. P. 

floccosa), 1 208. 
Phyllotreta vittata (syn. Or- 

chestris), 1:60, 195; 9:375. 
Poecilocapus lineatus, 1:277. 
thousand legged worm (Julus), 

1 :307. 
Radish fly, 1:48, 193, 194-99, 296, 

322; 14:335". 
Radish seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus 

assimilis), 1:195. 

Raeder, F. N., insects from, 7:383. 
Raflnesque, C. S., cited, 4:128. 
Ragonot, M., cited, 11:241. 
Ragweed, insects feeding on; 

Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor- 

tyna), 1:112; 8:191. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206. 
Systena taeniata (syn. S. 

blanda), 4:156, 197, 198. 
great, Hydroecia nitela (syn. 

Gortyna nebris) on, 1:11."). 
Rains, Mrs G. W., insects from, lu: 

516, 519. 

Raisins, Silvanus surinamensis in- 
festing, 12:361. 

ralla, Orthosia, 8:291; 14:315 5 . 
Ramsden. K.. insects from, 4:208. . 
Ramsey, C. H., insects from, 6:187, 

188, 189. 

Ramson, W. H.. insects from, 7:382. 
Ramularia tulasnei (strawberry 
leaf blight), 4:185. 



rantalis, Eurycreon, see Loxostege 

similalis. 

Ranunculus, see Buttercup, 
rapae, Pieris, see Pieris rapae. 
rapax, Aspidiotus, 11:271. 
raphani, Anthomyia, 1:48, 171, 193, 

194-99, 296, 322; 2:28; 14:335 9 . 
Raphanus sativus, see Radish. 
Raphidia cornuta, see Corydalis. 
Raphitelus ?maculatus, 4:105. 
Rasahus biguttatus (syn. Pirates), 

4:112. 
Raspberry, insects injurious to; 

Agrilus ruficollis, 6:124; 10:406- 

7. 

Anisota senatoria, 5:197. 
Anornala marginata, 10:411. 
Anthomyia species, 11:170, 285. 
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:207, 

224. 

Bembecia marginata, 3:145. 
Byturus unicolor, 8:298. 
Ceresa bubalus, 1:315-18. 
Corimelaena pulicaria, 8:213. 
Figites rubus-caulis, 1 :315. 
Hydroecia cataphracta (syn. 

Gortyna), 10:373-76. 
nitela (syn. Gortyna), 10: 

374. 

Hyppa xylinoides, 4:138. 
Jassus olitorius (syn. Coelidia 

olitoria), 9:398. 
Limonius auripilis, 7:351. 
Lygus pratensis, 13:352 7 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 9: 

420. 

Nysius angustatus, 5:321. 
Oberea bimaculata (syn. O. 
perspicillata and O. tripunc- 
tata), 1:57, 297; 4:47, 189, 207; 
5:231-33; 7:369; 9:457; 11: 
171; 14;314 3 , 318 2 . 
Oecanthus niveus, 1:315; 6:189. 
Otiorhynchus picipes, 2:52. 
sulentus, 2:52. 
tenebricosus, 2:52. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Synchlora glaucaria, 8:130; 14: 

372 3 . 

Tischeria inalifoliella, 11:162. 
Typhlocyba vulnerator (syn. 

Erythroneura), 9:402-3. 
Raspberry cane borer (Hydroecia 
cataphracta), 12:351; 14:314 3 , 
318% 392. 

Raspberry cane girdler (Oberea 
bimaculata), 1:57; 4:47, 189, 207; 
5:231-33; 7:369; 9:457; 11:170, 
171; 14:362 8 . 

Raspberry cane maggot (Phorbia 
rubivora), characteristics of at- 
tack, 11:171; distribution, 11:172; 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



injuring raspberry canes, 11:170; 

observed in Canada, 11:170; ob- 
served in Michigan, 11:171; prob- 
ably in Pennsylvania, 11:172; 

reference, 11:285; 12:357; 14: 

395"; remedies, 11:172. 
Raspberry geometer (Synchlora 

glaucarla), 8:129-33; 10:497; 14: 

382'. 
Raspberry gouty gall beetle (Agri- 

lus runcollis), 6:123-25; 174; 14: 

324 9 , 367 8 . 
Raspberry root borer (Bembecia), 

3:145. 

Raspberry rust, 4:185. 
rastricornis, Chauliodes, 8:107, 156- 

59. 
Rat tail larvae, 1:213; 6:173; 7.363; 

8:287; 14:324S 372 9 . 
Rathbone, A. B., insects from, 7: 

382. 
Rathvon, S. S., cited, 1:81, 227; 5: 

234; 6:147; 7:255, 279; on Cicada 

chambers, 12:283. 
Itatzeburg, J. T. C., Forstlnsekten 

cited, 4:103; 5:164. 
Rear horse (Mantis), 4:160. 
Reaumur, R. A. F., cited, 2:102; 

Memoires pour servir a V histoire 

des insectes cited, 2:102; 11:240. 
reclivata, Telamona, 9:391. 
rectus, Balaninus, 12:267-72; 14: 
399 7 . See also B. probosci- 
deus. 

Sphenophorus, see S. placidus. 
Red bay, Lecanium on, 11:222. 
Red bug (Dysdercus), 2:166. 
Red scale, 1:60; 4:188. 
Red spider, 2:31; 3:129; 4:203; 5: 

287, 321; 6:159; 7:324; 8:255; 9: 

432; 14:341 6 . 

Reddy, B. J., insects from, 5:324. 
rediruicula, Agrotis, see Carneades. 
Carneades (syn. Agrotis), 10: 

377. 
Redroot, Chauliognathus margin- 

atus on, 4:86. 
Reduviidae, 4:109; 5:316; 6:138; 8: 

294. 
Reduvius personatus, see Opsicoe- 

tus. 
pungens, see Melanolestes pi- 

cipes. 
Reed, C. M., insects from, 3:141; 9: 

463. 
Reed, E. B., cited, 2:57, 132; 4:63, 

80; 5:216; 12:191, 235, 237; 13: 

343 5 . 

Reed, Shelby, insects from, 3:140. 
Reed grass. Sphenophorus sculp- 

tilis on, 1 :259. 
regalis, Citheronia, 5:324; 13:347'. 



regelationis, Trichocera, 11:267. 
Reilly, R. L., insects from, 9:463. 
Reindeer warble fly, 6:111. 
Reinecke, Ottomar, insects from, 

12:315. 

Reinecke, Ottomar and Zescli. 
Frank, List of Coleoptera ob- 
served and collected in the vicinity 
of Buffalo cited, 7:285. 
reinwardtii, Tabanus, 13:372 T . 
Reitter, Edmund, Catalogus Colcop- 
terorum Europae, Gaucasi et Ar- 
meniae Rossicae cited, 7:256; 12: 
254. 
relictus, Ligyrus, 4:204; 8:298; 10: 

506; 12:313; 14:341", 387 8 . 
religiosa, Mantis, 4:162. 
Remedies and preventives for; 

Abbot's white pine worm, 1:42. 
Acarina on hens, 1:45. 
Agrilus ruficollis, 6:124. 
Agriotes mancus, 12:356. 
Agrotis ypsilon, 8:188, 190. 
alder flea beetle, 4:101. 
Alsophila pometaria (syn. Ani- 

sopteryx), 13:365 4 , 370. 
American blight aphid, or 

Woolly apple aphis, 2:35. 
American meal worm, 9:308, 

309, 442. 

Anasa tristis, 8:205, 206, 278. 
Angoumois moth, 2:109; 10: 

485, 492. 

Anisota senatoria, 5:200. 
Anomala lucicola, 5:305. 

marginata, 10:413, 491. 
ant, large black, 11:113, 114, 
little red, 11:114. 
red, 1:62, 65; 11:114. 
yellow, 11:273. 
Anthomyian flies, 1:65, 75. 
Anthrenus, 1:64. 
ants, 1:50, 02; 10:367, 368; in 
houses, 11:113, 114, 281; in 
lawn, 11:116; in strawberry 
beds, 10:502; on trees, 10: 
491; 11:280. 

Aphids or plant lice, 1:49; 2:31. 
Aphis gossypii (syn. A. cucum- 

tris), 8:212, 213, 283. 
mali, 8:123, 217, 281; 13: 

363*. 

pnmifoliae, 8:125; 12:350. 
apple bud worm, 11:121. 
apple ourculio, 1:00. 
apple leaf Bucculatrix, 1:102; 

5:262, 317; 8:219; 9:445. 
apple leaf miner, 9:445; 11:162. 
apple maggot, 2:123; 8:247,248; 

10:499; 12:347, 348. 
apple root plant louse, 1:47. 
apple scab, 10:488. 



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd) 

apple tree aphis, 5:160, 302; 8: 

123, 217, 285; 9:372, 373, 431- 

32; 10:489, 490; 13:363*. 

apple tree bark louse, 4:118-19, 

195; 5:319; 9:373. 
apple tree borer, 1:58, 64, 312; 
2:25, 27; 5:163; 7:313; 10: 
488; 12:356; 13:366 2 . 
round headed, 5:271, 320. 
apple tree case bearer, 1:166; 8: 

218; 11:122. 
apple tree caterpillar, red 

humped, 1:57; 5:309. 
yellow necked, 1:57. 
apple tree tent caterpillar, 1: 
56; 5:304; 8:122; 9:436, 441; 
11:121. 

apple twig borer, 2:131. 
apple worm, 1:35, 58, 60, 63. 
army worm, 1:35, 53, 58; 9:443; 
12:211-14, 352, 353; 12:211-14, 
353* 
ash gray blister beetle, 1:32, 57; 

5:305. 

asparagus beetle, 1:59, 61, 245, 
246; 6:167, 179; 8:252; 11: 
181, 278; 12:252. 
twelve spotted, 12:252. 
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:317; 8:215, 

279. 

Attagenus, 1:64. 
autumn tent caterpillar (fall 

web worm), 1:57. 
bacon beetle, 5:313; 6:121. 
bag or basket worm, 1:33, 57, 
87; 4:204; 5:321; 6:177; 10:494. 
Balaninus proboscideus, 12: 

271, 272. 

rectus, 12:271, 272. 
bark borers, 2:55; 4:107. 
bark lice, 5:163; 8:279. 
bean weevil, 2:49, 229; 6:172, 
179, 185; 7:275, 277, 285; 9: 
439; 11:276. 

beautiful wood nymph, 1:33. 
bed bugs, 1:62; 2:18; 9:458. 
beech tree blight, 12:355. 
bees, 13:369 9 . 

beet leaf miner, 5:322; 9:375. 
birch leaf Bucculatrix, 8:140. 
bird mites, 1:62. 
black fly, 1:74. 
black rot, 9:436. 
blight in asters, 9:372. 
blister beetle, 4:201. 

black, 6:136. 170; 9:443; 10: 

496; 11:281. 

margined, 1:33, 57; 12:354. 
striped. 1:33, 40; 6:132, 133, 

176; 12:354. 
boll or corn worm, 1:126; 7:363. 



Remedies and preventives for (confff) 
Boophilus bovis (syn. Ixodes), 

6:158. 
box elder plant bug, 10:438, 

439, 503. 

broad striped flea beetle, 4:156. 
bronze colored cut worm, 1 :110. 
brown rot, 9:369, 417. 
Bruchus chinensis (syn. B. 

scutellaris), 6:127. 
pisorum (syn. B. pisi), 12: 

355. 
Bucculatrix canadensisella, 8: 

140. 

pomifoliella, 8:219. 
Bud moth or worm, 7:216; 10: 

488. 
cabbage aphis, 6:148; 7:318, 

372; 9:432; 10:495. 
cabbage butterfly, 1:39, 52, 59; 

9:442. 

cabbage caterpillars, 1:65. 
cabbage fly, 1:47, 52, 190, 192, 

199; 5:157, 158, 159; 9:431. 
cabbage gall weevil, 1 :65. 
cabbage maggot, 4:194; 6:166; 

9:418; 10:484. 

cabbage Plusia, 2:93; 6:184. 
cabbage worm, 1:59; 2:26, 27; 

9:444. 

Calandra granaria, 8:278. 
canker worms, 1:33, 57, 64; 2: 

89, 27, 44; 3:95; 5:259; 10: 

488; 11:121; 12:350; 13:365 4 , 

370 8 . 

carnation mite, 11:259, 260. 
carpet beetles, 1:64; 2:34, 48, 

226, 314; 7:364. 
carpet bug, 1:59. 
carpet moth, 1:64. 
carrot fly, 1:46, 49. 
cattle tick, 6:158. 
celery fly, 1:49, 52. 
Cermatia forceps, 4:134; 8:282. 
Ceroplastes, 8:282. 
Cheese mite, 1 3:365*. . 
cheese skipper, 12:234, 348. 
cherry or pear tree slug, 1:42, 

60; 7-:352; 9:336. 
cherry tree aphis, 5:256; 9:345, 

346, 369; 13:368 4 . 
chestnut weevils, 12:271-72. 
chinch bug, 1:58; 2:161-62, 233; 

7:332, 341; 11:199; 13:369*. 
Chionaspis furfurus, 12:348. 
Chloropisca variceps (syn. C. 

prolifica), 7:241. 
chrysanthemum fly, 7:246. 
Chrysobothris femora ta, 12: 

356. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:178; 12: 

289. 
Climbing cut worms, 11:121. 



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd) 
Clisiocampa americana, 8:122. 
clothes moth, 1:64. 
clover hay caterpillar or worm, 

10:487; 11:151. 

clover leaf weevil, 1:253;10:488. 
clover root borer, 1:58. 
clover seed caterpillar, 10:496; 

11:155-56. 
clover seed midge, 1:54; 4:12; 

5:263. 
cluster fly, 9:312, 314, 439; 13: 

370 4 . 

cockroach, 1:62, 65. 
cockscomb elm gall aphis, 4: 

198. 
codling moth, 1:35, 60; 9:341, 

417, 433, 435; 10:487, 488; 11: 

120. 
Coleophora malivorella, 8:218, 

281. 
Colorado potato beetle, 1 :26, 39, 

43; 9:297. 

corn curculio, 1:263. 
corn worm, 1:125. 
Cosmopepla carnifex, 2:147. 
cotton worm, 1:35, 58, 125; 2: 

37. 
Cottonwood leaf beetle, 10:500; 

11:184, 188. 
cow horn fly, 5:226, 227; 6:169; 

7:332, 333; 8:194, 196; 9:442; 

13:365". 

Craponius inaequalis, 8:286. 
Crioceris asparagi, 8:252; 12: 

252. 

12-punctata, 12:252. 
croton bug, 1:62, 65. 
cucumber beetle, striped, 1:33; 

2:28; 5:159; 6:169; 7:368; 9: 

362, 363, 364, 419. 
cucumber flea beetle, 1:33; 10: 

489. 
cucumber moth (Margaronia 

nitidalis), 5:320. 
curculio, 1:45, 51, 57, 63, 65;4: 

201; 9:364, 365, 415, 416. 
currant Amphidasys, 2:101. 
currant aphis, 9:370; 11:276. 
currant borer, 1:57. 
currant scale, 11:275. 
currant stem girdler, 8:166. 
currant worms, 1:41, 46, 56; 2: 

24; 4:194; 5:156. 
cut worm, 1:58, 63; 2:28, 35; 
5:157, 159; 8:238-42; 12: 
353; 13:366 5 . 
black, 8:188, 190. 
Dermestes, 1:74. 

lardarius, 5:313; 6:121. 
vulpinus, 4:89-90. 
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7:315. 



Remedies and preventives for (t-ont'd) 
Diplosis pyrivora, 8:143, 150, 151. 
dried Crambus, 1:151. 
Dynastes tityus, 5:231. 
eight spotted Alypia or fores- 
ter, 1:33; 5:183. 
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E. 

parallelum), 12:354. 
elm leaf beetle, 4:200-1; 5:239 

300, 301, 314; 7:363; 10:502; 

11:195, 196, 279; 12:263, 264, 

350; 13:366 2 . 

elm tree bark louse, 12:298. 
elm tree borer (Saperda), 9: 

428, 429; 10:484, 499; 12:247, 

248, 355. 
elm tree borer (Zeuzera), 9:426- 

27. 

Epicauta cinerea, 12:354. 
vittata, 6:133; 12:354. 
Epilachna borealis, 7:311. 
Eriocampa saw fly, 5:323. 
Euthisanotia grata (syn. Eu- 

dryas), 5:183. 
eye spotted bud moth, 4:14; 7: 

216, 307, 360, 363; 8:218; 9: 

373; 11:121. 
false chinch bug, 5:321. 
fir saw fly, 1 :42. 
flea beetle, red footed, 4:103. 
striped, 1:59; 5:301; 9:375. 
flea beetles, 1:45, 61, 65; 4:103, 

156; 9:375. 
fleas, 1:62; 9:352-53. 
flies in green house, 10:489, 

490; in stables, 1:45. 
"fly" in sheep, 1:48. 
forest tent caterpillar, 3 :93. 
four lined leaf bug, 1:279; 4: 

200. 

Fuller's rose beetle, 2:144. 
fungous diseases, 9:436. 
Galerucella luteola (syn. G. 

xanthomelaena), 8:222; 12: 

263-64. 

garden insects, 1:51. 
garden slugs, 11:274. 
gartered plume moth, 12:222. 
Genista caterpillar, 11:145. 
golden tortoise beetle, 7:376. 
gooseberry worm, 2:10; 5:156. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 12:298. 
gouty gall beetle, 10:406. 
grain aphis, 5:253; 7:360. 
grain moth (Sitotroga), 9:308, 

309; 10:383, 384. 
grain weevils (Calandra, Sil- 
vanus, etc.), 1:40; 7:365; 8: 
278; 9:308, 309; 10:494. 
Grape berry moth, 2:33. 
grape curculio, 2:33; 8:286; 9: 
364, 365. 



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd) 
Grape leaf galls, 5:304. 
grape Phylloxera, 2:21, 22, 36. 
grape seed midge, 2:32. 
grapevine flea beetle, 1:59; 7: 

332, 353. 

grapevine gall midge, 4:65. 
grapevine leaf hopper, 4:199; 

5:302; 9:430. 

grapevine thrips, 8:255-56. 
grapevine Tortrix, 1:56. 
grasshoppers, 2:34, 197; 10:496; 

13:366 8 . 
green grapevine caterpillar, 5: 

179. 

grubs on Mermet roses, 10:498. 
Gryllotalpa borealis, 6:150. 
gypsy moth, 9:423, 424, 425, 

432-33, 434. 
Haematobia serrata, 8:194, 196; 

13:365 9 . 

ham skipper, 12:234, 348. 
harlequin cabbage bug. 1:40, 63, 

269,270; 9:316-17, 441; 11:280. 
Harrisina americana (syn. 

Procris), 2:231; 7:379. 
hessian fly, 1:58, 63; 5:263; 6: 

176. 
hickory tussock caterpillar, 7: 

355. 

Homoptera lunata, 1:59. 
honeysuckle saw fly, 1:42. 
hop root Gortyna, 2:35. 
hop vine aphis, 6:167, 169; 8: 

209, 210. 

hop vine grub, 1:61; 10:373. 
house flies, 1:36, 62; 13:370". 
Indian Cetonia, 1:238; 9:443. 
Isosma hordei, 4:33-34; 5:315. 
Janus integer (syn. J. flaviven- 

tris), 8:166. 

joint worm, 4:33-34; 5:315. 
juniper plant bug, 10:432. 
lady bugs, 5:257. 
larch aphis, 1:46. 
larch lappet, 1:99. 
larch saw fly, 5:172; 8:169. 
larder beetle, 5:313. 
Largus, margined, 2:167. 
Largus succinctus, 6:183. 
Lasioptera vitis, 4:65. 
leaf beetle, three lined, 1:32; 2: 

135; 10:491. 
leaf blights, 9:436. 
leaf crumpler, 11:121. 
leaf hoppers, 1:45. 
leaf miners, 9:376. 
leaf roller, oblique banded, 7: 

355; 9:374; 11:121. 
leather beetle, 4:89-90, 92. 
Leoanium species, 8:216. 282. 
Le Conte's saw fly, 1: 42. 



Remedies and preventives for (cont'd) 
Leptodesmus falcatus, 12:302, 

303, 349. 

lesser apple leaf folder, 11:121. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:211-14, 

352, 353. 

lice in henneries, 1:45; on cat- 
tle, 1:40, 45. 
light loving grapevine beetle, 

10:410. 

locust tree borer, 7:363. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syu. 

Nematus), 8:169. 
Lygus pratensis, 13:357 3 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 8: 

201, 202. 

Marnestra picta, 5:209. 
manure fly, 10:393. 
maple leaf cutter, 5:219. 
maple leaf gall mite, 5:303. 
maple tree borer, 6:169; 8:203; 

9:442; 10:493, 504; 12:242. 
maple tree pruner, 9:361. 
maple tree scale insect, 5:313; 

6:144; 10:499; 11:281. 
Margaronia nitidalis (syn. 

Phakellura), 5:320. 
marguerite fly, 4:76. 
May bug, 1:57. 
meal worm, 9:442. 
melon caterpillar, 11:138. 
melon vine aphis, 8:212, 213. 
midge (black fly), 1:74. 
millepedes, 11:276; 12:302, 303, 

349. 
mites, 5:287, 288, 293; 6:161, 

170; infesting meat, 7:357; in 

henneries, 1:45; on arbor 

vitae, 4:201; on birds, 1:46, 

62; on mushrooms, 10:450,486. 
mole cricket, 2:233; 6:150. 
mosquito, 1:36, 38, 40, 74; 12: 

323. 

Murgantia histrionica, 12:349. 
museum pests, 6:175. 
mushroom Phora, 10:404. 
muskmelon borers, 10:503. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 8:286; 12: 

348. 

Myzus cerasi, 12:350; 13:368*. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 6:181. 
oak pruner, 5:154; 9:361; 12: 

354. 

\ Oberea bimaculata, 5:233. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266. 
oleander scale Insect, 8:215. 
onion fly or maggot, 1:46, 52, 

177-79; 5:157, 159, 319; 10: 

486. 
ox warble fly, 4:199. 



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd) 
Oxyptilus. periscelidactylus, 12: 

222. 
Paleacrita vernata (syn. Ani- 

sopteryx), 5:259; 12:350; 13: 

365 4 , 370 a . 
parasites on hogs, 1:45; on 1 

horses, 1:45. 
Parlatoria scale insect, 8:215, 

279. 
pea weevil, 1:49; 5:300; 6:129; 

9:439; 12:355; 13:364 8 . 
peach bark Scolytus, 9:365. 
peach root aphis, 2:21; 5:315. 
peach tree borer, 1:47, 58, 59, 

04, 2:5-0, 24; 5:163; 6:170; 7: 

361, 374; 8:111, 181-86, 284. 
peach twig moth, 1:156. 
pear blight beetle, 1:203; 4:203; 

5:318. 
pear leaf blister mite, 7365; 

9:442; 10:458, 459, 501. 
pear midge, 8:1 43, 150-51; 11 :119. 
pear tree aphis, 9:369. 
pear tree blight, 10:488. 
pear tree borer, 9:366. 
pear tree Psylla, 8:220; 9:329, 

430, 441. 
pear tree slug, sec Cherry tree 

slug. 

periodical Cicada, 12:289. 
Phlegethontius celeus (syn. 

Sphinx quinquemaculata), 8: 

243-44. 
Phorodon humuli, 8:208, 209, 

210. 

Phylloxera, 1:47, 50. 
Phytomyza chrysanthemi. (P. 

lateralis in error), 4:76. 
Phytoptus pruni, 12:350. 
pickle caterpillar, 11:133. 
picked fruit fly, 1 :65. 
pine bark Chermes, 2:186. 
Piophila casei, 12:234, 348. 
Plagionotus speciosus (syn. 

Glycobius), 8:202-5; 12:242. 
plant lice, 1:25, 40, 59, 61; 2:32; 

7:345; 9:418; 10:484, 489, 501; 

13:368 4 , 368 7 . 
plum curculio, 7:289, 290, 346; 

9:417, 433, 434; 11:122. 
plum leaf fungus, 9:417. 
plum tree aphis, 8:125; 9:369; 

11:276. 
plum tree scale insect, 11:205, 

276. 

Plusia brassicae, 6:184. 
Pollenia rudis, 13:370*. 
potato bug, 13:364 7 
potato scab, 9:436; 10:447. 
powdery mildew, 9:436. 
Psocidae, 1:65; 2:36. 



Remedies and preventivesfor(ro//f d) 
Psylla pyricola, 8:220. 
Pulvinaria iiinumerabilis, 6:144. 
punctured clover leaf \vccvil, 2: 

16. 

quince curculio, 2:12; 4:15. 
quince tree blight, 10:488. 
quince tree borer, 8:280. 
radish fly or maggot, 1:48, 198, 

199; 5:157, 159. 
raspberry cane girdler, 1:57; 5: 

233; 9:457. 

raspberry cane maggot, 11:172. 
raspberry gouty gall beetle, 6: 

124. 

raspberry slug, 1:42. 
red scale of California, 1:60. 
red spider, 5:322; 9:432. 
Rocky mountain locust, 1:50; 7: 

338, 339. 

root insects., 2:35. 
rose apHs, 5:162. 
rose bug, 1:45, 57, 231, 232; 2: 

66. 225; 4:198; 5:320; 6:166; 

8:201, 202, 282; 9:418, 420: 

10:501; 12:351. 
rose leaf caterpillar, 1:57. 
rose leaf hopper, 2:3.1; 6:166; 

7:345; 12:356. 
rose leaf roller, 9:418. 
rose leaf Thrips, 8:257. 
rose leaf tyer, 5:215. 
rose slug, 1:42; 7:344; 10:499. 
rose twig borer, 1:57. 
round headed apple tree borer, 

5:270. 
San Jose scale, 11:208, 210, 

228-30; 13:332 8 . 
Sauninoidea exitiosa (syn. 

Sannina), 8:182-86. 
Saperda Candida, 12:356. 

tridentata, 12:247. 248, 355. 
saw flies, 1:33, 42; 2:5. 
scale insects, 1:43, 49, 50; 2: 

6, 32, 37, 230, 232; 5:163, 279, 

299, 317; 8:215, 216; 9:447, 

454. 
Schizoneura imbricator, 12:355. 

lanigcrn, IStflJ" 1 . 
Schizura conciiina (syn. Oede- 

masia), 5::'.0!>. 

scolytid bark borers, 7:352. 
Scolytus attack, 4:107. 
screw worm, 1:62. 
scurfy bark louse, 9:441. 
seed corn fly, 1:201. 
seventeen year Cicada, 2:178. 
sheep ticks, 1:49. 0:2. 
ship timber borer, 4:195. 
slugs and snails, 7:366. 
snapping beetle or bugs, 7:351; 

12:354. 



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Remedies and preventives for (confd) 
sour gum tree case cutter, 11: 

159. 

spotted horn bug, 5:231. 
spring canker worm, 1:33, 61; 

5:303, 318. 
squash bug, 1:63; 2:29; 6:169; 

8:205, 206, 278; 10:494, 504; 

11:282. 
squash vine borer, 1:47; 2:58; 

5:155, 313. 
stalk borer, 1:115. 
strawberry root grub, 9:443. 
strawberry slug, 9:431. 
strawberry weevil, 9:431; 10: 

495. 

strawberry worm, 1:42. 
sugar maple borer, 11:280; 12: 

242. 
tarnished plant bug, 9:375; 13: 

357 s . 

tent caterpillars! 9:432, 444. 
Tenthredo rufopectus, 13:337". 
Tettigonia rosae, 8:257. 
thousand legged worms, 5:507; 

9:372; 10:448, 449, 487, 489. 
thrips (leaf hoppers), 2:29, 30, 38, 
Thrips (probably T. tabaci), 9: 

444. 

ticks on sheep, 1:49, 62. 
Tinea, 1:64. 

Tmetocera ocellana, 8:218. 
tobacco worm, 1:56; 8:243, 244. 
tortoise beetles, 1:33, 57. 
tree hopper, two marked or 

spotted, 1:288; 4:203; 10:493. 
Tribolium ferrugiueum, 2:137. 
Trypeta pomonella, 8:247, 248; 

12:347, 348. 

turnip flea bettle, 9:375. 
turnip fly, 1:52. 
tussock moth, white marked, 1: 

33, 61, 64; 2:83, 86; 6:181; 11: 

121. 

Typhlocyba comes (syn. Ery- 
throneura vitifex), 8:287. 
rosae, 12:356. 

Tyroglyphus species, 13:365*. 
vagabond Crambus, 1:53, 131, 

148, 149. 
vermin on domestic animals, 

1:48, 49, 62; 11:275. 
violet Nephelodes, 1:110. 
walnut span worm, 10:494. 
warble fly, 6:114, 115. 
wasps, 13:369 9 . 

weevil in grain, 9:444; 10:492. 
wheat head army worm, 10: 

492. 

wheat stem maggot, 1:227. 
white Eugonia, 11:121. 



Remedies and preventives for (COM ft/) 
white grub, 1:54, 61; 2:35, 224; 

3:135; 5:159, 316, 317; 6:176, 

183; 9:353-54; 10:500; 13: 

366*. 
wire worms, 1:46, 63; 2:35; 5: 

310; 8:197-200, 282, 283; 11: 

276; 12:347, 352, 356; 13:367 8 . 
woolly aphis, 5:160. 
woolly plant lice, 1:43; 10:494. 
Xyleborus dispar (syn. pyri), 

4:203. 

zebra caterpillar, 10:492. 
Remedies and preventives for in- 
sect depredations; 
acetate of copper, 9:420. 
acid and lime wash, 9:365, 366. 
air circulating beneath hay 

stacks, 11:151. 
l air slacked lime, 4:198; 11:181; 

12:252, 300, 352, 353. 
alkaline washes or solutions, 

6:146; 7:344. 
alum water, 1:59; for repelling 

roaches, 1:65. 
ammonia, soapsuds and slacked 

lime for millepeds, 12:300. 
ammoniacal liquid, 1:59; 4:194; 

5:158. 

animal secretions, 1:75. 
arsenate of lead, 12:252. 
arsenites, spraying with, 11: 

195, 279; 12:213, 214, 252, 

263, 266; 13:370 9 . 
ashes, 1:177; 4:156, 198; 5:301; 

6:182; 10:494. 
ashes and saltpeter, 2:28. 
ashes and sulfur, 5:315. 
attracting to lamps and fires, 

1:58, 148; 4:190. 
autumn plowing, 5:313. 
avoiding infested manure, 11: 

276. 

azotic gas, 2:110. 
Babbitt's continental washing 

powder, 9:434. 
bagging, 2:49, 229; 6:121, 179, 

185. 
baiting or attracting to various 

substances, 1:58, 64, 63; 6: 

121, 151, 183; 7:363; 8:243; 9: 

364; 10:449; 11:114, 276, 281; 

12:302, 349; 13:369". 
balloon hopperdozer collecting, 

7:338. 
bands of chalk, cloth, ink, tar, 

tin, etc., on trees, 2:8, 9, 27; 

3:95; 7:241; 9:424, 425; 10: 

367; 12:213, 356; 13:364*, 365% 
barium, - sulfo-carbonate of, 

2:22. 



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557 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
barking trees, 2:55; 4:195; 12: 

247, 248. 

barn yard manure, 4:194. 
barricades against migration, 

1:58. 
beans for cucumber beetle, 5: 

159; 10:414. 
beating from foliage, 2:18, 178; 

225; 4:190, 199; 5:231. 
beating into kerosene, or kero- 
sene water, 1:269; 6:136, 170, 
176, 198, 200; 8:201. 
benzine, 2;35. 

for Atropos divinatoria, 2: 

199. 

carpet beetles, 1:59; 2:47, 
226, 232; 5:314; 7:364; 9: 
304, 305. 

leather beetle, 4:89. 
mites, 6:161. 
birds, protection of, 1:61. 

value of, 2:7, 8, 189, 224. 
bisulfid of carbon for; 

American meal worm, 9: 

308, 442. 
Angoumois moth, 10:383-84, 

485. 
ants, 10:502; 11:113, 114, 

116, 273, 282. 
aphis, woolly, 13:367 2 . 
bean or pea weevil, 5:300; 
6:172; 7:276-77, 367; 9: 
439; 11:276; 12:355; 13: 
364 8 . 

cabbage fly, 5:266. 
chestnut weevils, 12:272. 
grain moth, 10:383-84, 485. 
leather beetle, 4:90. 
mites, 6:170; 10:450. 
peach root aphis, 2:21-22; 

5:315. 

root insects, 2:34-35. 
rose bug, 2:65. 
squash borer, 2:64; 5:313. 
striped cucumber beetle, 9: 

363. 

weevils in grain; 7:365; 8: 
278; 9:443, 494; 13:364"; 
wire worms, 13:367 8 . 
Zeuzera pyrina, 9:427. 
black walnut tree for cucumber 

beetle, 10:413, 414. 
blue vitriol water, 1:59. 
boiling water for millepeds, 12: 

300. 

bone dust, 9:363. 
borax or borax and sugar, 1: 

65; 11:114. 
bordeaux mixture, 9:420; 10: 

459; 11:273. 
bottle trap, 2:33. 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
boxing for elm leaf beetle, 2: 

228; 5:314. 

bran and arsenic mash, 2:197. 
breaking up hibernating quar- 
ters or breeding grounds, 
7:332; 8:201; 13:365 9 . 
brimstone burned, 6:161. 
brine, 1:190; 2:200; 5:156. 
brine lime wash, 7:332. 
brushing bark with stiff brush, 

2:187, 230, 232; 12:298. 
Buchan's carbolic soap, 11: 

275. 
buckwheat crop, 5:310, 317; 8: 

197, 283; 12:347. 
"bug-catcher," 11:188. 
burdock decoction or infusion, 

4:194; 5:158; 9:362, 484, 486. 
burning, 5:304, 322; 8:210. 

for apple leaf Bucculatrix, 

5:317. 

bag worm, 4:204. 
bark borers, 2:55; 7:361. 
chinch bug, 13:369*. 
currant stem girdler, 8:166. 
flower cricket, 5:310. 
Fuller's rose beetle, 4:193. 
gall insects, 5:308. 
gypsy moth, 9:423, 424. 
larch saw fly, 7:367. 
locust tree borer, 7:363. 
maple tree pruner, 9:361. 
oak pruner, 5:154; 12:354. 
peach root aphis, 2:21; 4: 

118, 195. 

pear blight beetle, 5:318. 
plant bug, tarnished, 13: 

357 8 . 
raspberry gouty gall beetle, 

6:124. 
scale insects, 2:230; 4:118; 

6:144; 11:275. 
tent caterpillar, 9:444. 
Tischeria apple leaf miner, 

9:445. 
two marked tree hopper, 

4:203. 

burning garden refuse, 1:58, 
269, 270, 279; 2:167; 3: 
107; 4:200; 7:353, 365: 8: 
213: 9:316, 441; 11:162; 
13:357". 

grass to destroy chinch 
bug, 2:161, 163, 223; 11: 
199; 13:369 4 ; to destroy 
vagabond Crambus, 1 : 
148. 

infested plants or wood. 4: 

77, 107, 190; 12:242, 247. 

straw to destroy canker 

worm, 2:9, 225; 5:314; 



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Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
burning straw to destroy joint 
worm, 4:33; 5:315; for striped 
blister beetle, 6:133. 
stubble, 1:58, 253; 7:339. 
vines for stalk borer, 2:226. 
burying in sand and covering 

with cloth, 12:323. 
camphor, 1:64, 74; 2:35; 5:300; 

9:305. 

canker worm trap, 1:64. 
capture in insect nests, 2:93. 
carbolated lime, 9:420. 
carbolic acid, 1:65; 2:25, 26, 65, 
66, 232; 11:114; 4:191; 9: 
418. 

for bark borers, 9:428. 
carpet beetle, 5:314; 7:357. 
cheese mite, 13:365 2 . 
cucumber beetle, 9:363. 
maple tree scale insect, 6: 

146. 

mites in meat, 3:131; 5:293. 
quince tree borer, 8:280. 
scale insects, 6:146; 8:216; 

9:441. 

carbolic acid with oils, 9:442. 
carbolic acid and paris green 

wash, 8:184; 10:484; 12:247. 
carbolic acid and soap wash, 1: 
59: 4:107, 119, 195; 11:280, 
281. 
carbolic wash, 2:25, 27; 4:107; 

8:183, 280. 
Bateham's, 6:154. 
carbolized paper or plaster, 2: 

232; 7:346. 
carbonate of copper solution, 9 : 

417. 

carbonate of lime, 9:420. 
carbonic acid gas, 2:110. 
castile soap, 9:444. 
caustic potash, 9:444. 
cayenne pepper, 2:34. 
cedar shavings for woolens, 1: 

64. 
cessation from planting, 6:172, 

185. 
chalk line for red ants, 1:65; 

11:114, 281. 
chickens for flea beetles, 1:61; 

5:301. 

children collecting, 8:243. 
chloroform, 6:129; 12:355. 
cleanliness, 12:234; 13:365 a . 
coal ashes, 7:344. 
coal oil, 8:241, 279. 
coal oil refuse, 2:27. 
coal soot, 9:363. 
coal tar, 2:65, 66, 67, 68; 4:191; 

5:155, 301; 8:256. 
coal tar distillates, 1:75. 
Cocculus indicus berries, 9:352. 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (conVd) 
cold water, 7:285, 344, 360. 
collecting and destroying eggs, 
8:122, 283; 9:437, 441, 444; 
11:188. 
compacting or stirring soil, 12: 

348. 

concentrated lye, 6:144. 
copper compounds, 9:463. 
copper solution, 9:369. 
copperas, 8:200. 
copperas water, 1:59; 2:67; 8: 

239. 

corn meal, 9:444. 
corn or bran mash, 12:354. 
corrosive sublimate, 2:17; for 

bed bugs, 1 :62. 
cotton bands on tree trunks, 1: 

64; 2:86. 
counterodorants, 2:228; 5:313, 

319, 322. 

cow dung, 4:194; 5:159. 
creosote, 2:35; 4:195; 5:314; 9: 

434. 

cresylic acid, 2:35. 
cresylic ointment for screw 

worm, 1:62. 
crushing, 5:206; 12:355. 
crushing eggs, 5:320; 8:216, 

278; 9:316, 441; 12:349. 
crushing larvae, 1-57; 2:231; 3: 

93; 5:209, 215, 307, 309; 7: 

363, 364, 379; 10:488; 12:222, 

352, 353. 

curculio catcher, 7:294. 
cutting off infested twigs, 1 :57. 
cutting out larvae, 1:58; 2:5, 

58, 62, 64; 3:105; 6:151, 169, 

171; 7:363; 8:182; 12:242; 13: 

366 2 . 
cyanide of potassium, 2:34; 5: 

314; 9:352. 
decoy trees and destroying 

fruit, 12:348. 
deep plowing, 1:58. 
dendrolene for borers, 12:356. 
destroying caterpillar nests, 5: 

304. 
destroying eggs, 2:85; 5:304; 6: 

169, 181; 8:266; 10:444; 11: 

133, 282; 12:234. 
destroying grain moth in 

granaries, 10:384. 
destroying hibernating insects, 

9:441; 12:211. 
destroying infested fruit, 1:58; 

2:12; 10:499; 12:271, 348; in- 
fested tips, 11:172; 13:377 8 . 
destroying larvae, 10:373; 11: 

133. 
destroying pupae, 10:373, 499; 

12:347. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



559 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (conVd) 
destroying the English sparrow, 

1:61; 2:83. 

destroying web nests, 1:57. 
discing out, 5:156, 271, 312, 313, 

319, 320. 
digging up cut worms, 1:58; 8: 

240; 12:353. 
ditching for migrating insects, 

1:58; 12:213, 352,353; 13:3G9\ 
dragging the rope, 12:214. 
driving from food plants, 6:132. 
driving on tarred paper, 5:302. 
drowning, 6:150. 
ducks, 2:34; 11:274. 
dusting with plaster of paris, 

6:132; 7:289; 12:212, 353. 
early cutting and stacking, 11: 

155. 
early threshing for grain moth, 

10:384. 

employing fowls, 11:181. 
encouraging natural enemies, 

12:212. 
exposing roots of hops for hop 

grub, 10:373. 
fallowing. 8:200. 
feeding by sheep, 4:12. 
feeding stock, 5:219. 
fencing out insects, 9:363. 
fish brine for scale insects, 1 :60. 
fish manure, 1:75. 
fish oil, 1:301; 5:226; 6:167. 
fish oil soap, 8:213; 10:495, 
flour of sulfur, 6:161. 
fowls for garden Insects, l':61; 

6:179; 8:252; 13:366 8 . 
frames with netting cover, 2:64. 
fumigation with charcoal gas, 

2:109; with sulfur, 2:18, 227; 

5:314; 12:234, 303; 13-.365 1 ; 

with tobacco, 8:255. 
fungus, 5:273. 
furrows plowed for army worm, 

12:213, 352. 
gas lime, 1:149, 177; 2:21, 63, 

162, 163, 229, 233; 3:114, 134; 

4:194; 5:158, 160, 253, 313, 

319; 8:197, 239; 10:448. 
gas tar, 5:163, 299, 314; 8:205. 
gas tarred paper, 4:199; be- 
neath carpets, 1:64. 
gas water, 2:35. 
gasoline, 2:35, 200; 9:352; 11: 

280. 

gauze covered frames, 9:363. 
gold dust soap powder, 9:432. 
grafting trees to resistant 

varieties, 8:247. 
grape bagging, 2:32-33. 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
ground bone dust, 7:368. 
ground pepper for woolens, 1 :64. 
growth of immune crops, 8:200. 
guano, 5:158, 313. 
gypsum, 9:363. 
gypsum and kerosene, 2:29. 
hand picking, 2:16. 93, 101, 135, 

144, 147, 178; 5:179, 183, 209, 

233, 300, 321; 6:133, 177, 184; 

7:246, 311, 379; 8:252; 9:316; 

11:188, 281. 
hand picking eggs and larvae, 

1:56; 2:93; 3:111; 4:59, 65,76, 

190, 193, 194. 
heat, 2:109, 137, 144; 4:90; 7: 

275. 
heavy gloves for mosquitoes, 

12:323. 

heavy oil, 5:300. 
heavy rains, 7:332. 
hellebore, 2:35; 4:191, 194; 5: 

323; 6:166; 7:352; 8:274; 9: 

316, 336, 372, 431, 440; 10: 

484; 11:145; 12:302, 303, 311, 

349; 13:368 T . 

hellebore solution, 4:194; 5:159. 
high culture, 1:63, 66. 
hop wash, 3:122; 8 209. 
hopperdozer collecting, 7:338; 

10:444. 
hops, spent, for cabbage protec- 

^fcion, 1:65. 
hot water, 1:59, 179, 198, 269, 

288, 307, 317; 2:6, 21, 93, 199, 

233; 5:183, 231, 287, 315; 6: 

172, 177, 184, 185; 7:241, 374; 

9:316, 371-72, 441; 10:439; 12: 

264, 300, 350; 13:36G S , 307 1 . 
housing corn in shuck, 10:384. 
hunting larvae with lantern, 1: 

58. 
hydrocyanic acid gas, 6:104; 9: 

352; 11:208, 230, 231. 
ice water, 4:191. 
inclosing in netting, 12:289. 
infested fruit destroyed, 8:248. 
infested shoots burned, 9:345. 
infusion of tobacco, 8:257. 
insect lime in bands on trees, 

10:367. 
insectivorous birds, 9 :349-51, 

356, 357. 
jarring, 1:162; 2:12, 85, 101, 

228; 7:289, 294; 8:125; 9:365; 

11:188; 13:357 5 . 
jarring on sheets, 4:201; 6:166; 

10:410, 413, 432; 12:266, 272, 

312 
kainit, 11:116, 260, 273; 12:347, 

352, 35(3. 



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Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (conf (?) 
kerosene, 11:114; 13:332"; ac- 
tion of, 4:190, 191; 8:274; 
burning as sprayed, 9: 
425; soaking seed in, 8: 
200; wetted sheet with, 
7:355. 

for army worm, 12:214. 
bark borers, 7:352; 9:366. 
bean weevil, 7:276. 
blister beetles, 11:281. 
carpet beetles, 2:47. 
elm leaf beetle, 1 1 :279, 350. 
harlequin cabbage bug, 11: 

280. 
leather eating beetles, 4:92, 

198; 9:304. 

millepedes, 12:302, 349. 
mites, 2:227; 6:161. 
pea weevil, 5:300. 
root insects, 2:34-35. 
scale insects, 2:32; 6:144; 

8:215, 216. 

squash vine borer, 2:63. 
. " warbles," 6:115. 
kerosene and gypsum, for 

squash bug, 2:29. 
kerosene and lard, 6:158. 
kerosene and sand, 2:16, 232. 
kerosene and soap suds, 1:162. 
kerosene and water, 2:147; 
4:200; 5:321; 6:133, 136; 7: 
351; 8:252. 

kerosene emulsion, formulas 
for, 2:36-37, 38; 4:191; 5: 
279; 6:144-45; 8:190, 209. 
for Anomala marginata, 

10:413. 

ants, 11:114, 116, 273. 
aphids, 2:21, 187; 5:161, 
256; 6:148, 167, 169; 7: 
318; 8:209, 212, 217; 9: 
369, 431-32; 10:428, 484; 
11:276, 277; 13:363 4 , 367 1 , 
368 T . 
bugs, 2:147; 5:321; 9:316; 

1O:439. 

cabbage aphis, 10:495. 
cabbage maggot, 10:484. 
cattle tick, 6:158. 
cheese skipper, 12:234. 
chinch bug, 2:233; 13:369 4 . 
cow horn fly, 9 :442; 13 :365 9 . 
cut worms, 8:190. 
elm leaf beetle, 11:196; 12: 

264. 

leaf miners, 9:375. 
leaf hoppers, 5:302; 6:166; 

8:287; 9:430. 

lepidopterous larvae, 2:101: 
5:262, 317; 11:145; 12: 
214. 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (confd) 
kerosene emulsion for mille- 
pedes, 12:302, 349. 
mites, 10:459; 12:350; 13: 

365 2 . 

pear midge, 8:151. 
pear Psylla, 8:220; 9:329. 
"red spider," 5:288, 322. 
rose bug, 8:201; 9:420. 
scale insects, 2:22, 230,232; 
4:118, 195; 5:279, 313, 
319; 6:144; 8:215, 280; 9: 
373, 441; 11:205, 208, 275, 
281; 12:298, 348; 13:368". 
striped cucumber beetle, 9: 

362. 

striped flea beetle, 5:301. 
two spotted tree hopper, 

10:493. 
white grubs, 9:353-54, 443; 

10:500; 13:366 4 , 369 s . 
wire worms, 13:367 8 . 
wood borers, 12:247, 355. 
killing before egg laying time, 

4:200. 

killing the larvae, 8:205. 
lady bird colonization, 1:61. 
late fall plowing, 8:239. 
late planting, 5:300. 
late sowing for certain insects, 

1:63; 6:17. 

light in pan containing kero- 
sene and water, 10:393. 
lighted candle for fleas, 1:62. 
lime, 2:10; 5:157, 158, 160, 163, 
227, 229, 301, 305; 6:148, 
179; 7:333, 352, 372; 9: 
336, 416, 418, 420, 434, 
435, 441; 11:188, 273, 278; 
12:212, 352, 354; 13:365 9 . 
air slaked, 1:59, 148; 6:167; 
7:289; 8:252, 253; 10:410, 
484, 487; 11:116. 
lime, salt and sulfur wash, 

11:208. 
lime wash, 5:163; 7:289, 332; 8: 

201. 
lime water, 1:59; 5:307; 7:366; 

11:274, 276; 12:347. 
linen sheets, for woolens, 1:64. 
linseed oil, 1:162; 4:119, 195. 
Little's chemical fluid, 11:275. 
local extermination for grain 

moth, 10:384. 

london purple, 1:34, 166; 2:44, 
65, 86, 123, 136, 223, 225, 227; 
4:14, 191, 199, 201; 5:162, 200, 
219, 240, 301, 304, 312, 313, 
322; 7:339; 8:140, 150, 201, 
274, 280, 286; 9:297, 372, 414- 
15, 416, 417, 420, 435; 11:133, 
138, 188. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



Remedies and preventives for insect 
depredations (cont'd) 

lures for concentrating attack, 
4:199. 

lye solutions, 2:35; 5:163, 299, 
320. 

McDougall sheep dip, 6:114. 

manures, 1:178; 9:363; 11:156. 

maple syrup and london purple, 
11:114. 

mechanical coatings, 9:363. 

mercurial ointment, 4:199; 6: 
115. 

molasses and london purple for 
ants, 1:62. 

molasses and red lead for 
roaches, 1:62. 

molasses and vinegar, 4:76. 

mounding around trees, 1:64; 2: 
6; 7:374; 8:185. 

mulching of tobacco stems, 11: 
276. 

muriate of potash, 9:418. 

muslin or netting covering, 9: 
362; 12:323. 

mustard crop, 5:310, 317; 8:198. 

mustard water, 1:60; 12:347. 

naptha, 2:35. 

napthaline, 1:65; 2:35, 65, 66; 
6:169; 11:114. 

netting, 1:232; 2:58, 64; 5:313; 
13:369 9 . 

new crops remote from old, 11: 
156. 

night collections, 8:190. 

night soil, 4:194; 5:159; 10:484. 

nitrate of potash, 5:157. 

nitrate of soda, 7:366; 9:372, 
418, 441. 

offensive odors, 9:363. 

oil application, 1:190; 7:333. 

oil of tar, 2:35; 6:114; 12:323. 

oil of turpentine, 6:150. 

painting body as a protection 
from mosquitoes, 12:323. 

paper bags, 1:64; 2:32, 33; 8:286. 

paper cylinders, etc., 1:64; 8:241. 

paraffin oil, 1:46, 179. 

parasitized insects, distribution 
of, 1:61. 

paris green, 1:25-34, 166; 2:3, 9, 
15, 67, 85, 123, 131/136, 146, 
223, 225, 227, 228, 229; 3:95; 
4:103, 191, 199, 201; 5:155, 
162, 262, 301, 305, 317, 319, 
320, 321; 6:132; 8:140, 218, 
241, 244, 248, 274, 280; 9:297, 
336, 341, 343, 345, 372, 374, 
415-16, 417, 423, 428, 432-33, 
434, 443; 10:413, 488; 11:119, 
133, 138, 145, 184, 188; 12:213, 
214, 252, 263, 311, 350, 353. 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
paris green and flour, 7:351. 
paris green and plaster, 13: 

364 T , 365*, 366*. 
pasturing fields in autumn, 11: 

156. 
paving or flagging under trees, 

7:290. 

pennyroyal for red ants, 1 :65. 
perchlorid of mercury, 2:187. 
peroxid of silicates, 9:363. 
Persian insect powder, 9:352; 

13:370 4 . 

petroleum, 2:35. 
phosphates, 9:418. 
picking infested fruit or leaves, 

8:143, 150; 10:459; 12:350. 
pig manure or sty drainage, 1: 

75; 5:301. 
pigs rooting, or eating infested 

fruit, 6:176, 183; 7:290. 
planting beans with cucum- 
bers, 9:363. 
planting fruit trees over water, 

7:290. 

plants for decoys, 2:64. 
plaster and paris green, 12:213. 
plaster, land, 1:231, 148; 5:301, 

305; 7:346, 333; 12:352, 353, 

354. 
plowing, 1:149; 2:63, 161, 163, 

225, 233; 4:34; 5:156, 206, 312; 

6:176, 183; 7:339; 10:444, 488; 

12:352, 356. 

poison in blossoms visited, 8:243. 
poisoned baits, 5:206; 8:21; 12: 

302, 347, 353, 354, 356; 13: 

366 5 , 366 8 . 

poisoned strips, 12:213, 353. 
poisoning first brood on leaves, 

11:138. 

poisonous coatings, 9:363. 
potash or potash salts, 5:163, 

299; 9:418; 10:448. 
potash wash, 11:230. 
potassium, sulfo-carbonate of, 

2:22. 

poultry feeding, 2:33, 34; 4:203. 
powdered charcoal, 1:177. 
preserving underbrush for 

shade, 12:242. 

preventing egg deposit, 8:203. 
printers' ink, 1:64; 5:259. 
probing burrows for grubs, 1: 

58; 5:320; 10:488. 
propagation of contagious dis- 
eases, 7:341. 

proper cultivation, 12:211. 
pruning and burning infested 

canes, 10:406. 
pupae destroyed, 8:248. 



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Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
pyrethrum, 2:26, 35, 93, 201, 

227; 4:61, 101, 134, 168, 191; 

5:209, 301, 321; 6:136, 148, 

161, 170, 184; 7:236, 290; 8: 

212, 213, 274, 282; 9:312, 314, 

363, 371, 418, 420, 441, 442; 

10:404, 496; 11:114, 151; 12: 

302, 315, 349, 356. 
pyrethrum water, 4:201; 5: 

305; 6:167; 7:315, 344, 360; 

10:393, 404; 11:247; 12:347. 
pyroligneous acid, 2:35. 
quassia infusion, 1:59, 322; 9: 

420; 12:347. 
quassia water and soap, 4:198, 

199; 5:288, 307. 
rancid fish oil for mosquitoes, 

12:323. 

raupenleim, insect lime, 9:425. 
rearing parasites, 10:371. 
red pepper, 2:17. 
reindeer cream for mosquitoes, 

12:323. 
removal of infested plants, 11: 

259. 
removal of outer bark of trees, 

9:428-29; 10:484. 
removal of seed stems, 11:181. 
repellant washes, 4:203. 
resin wash, 11:208. 
resistant varieties, 6:176. 
rhigolene, 2:35. 
road dust, 1:60, 148; 2:27; 4: 

156, 198, 199; 5:305, 320; 6: 

166; 8:212; 9:336. 
rolling the ground, 1:148; 2:161, 

233; 5:206, 264, 312. 
roofing paper, gas tarred, 2:25, 

48, 226, 232. 
rotation of crops, 1:63; 2:63; 5: 

315, 319. 
russia leather scraps, for 

woolens, 1:64. 

sacks as a protection from mos- 
quitoes, 12:323. 
salt, 2:224; 5:256, 315, 317; 8: 

200, 239, 282; 10:448; 11:151, 

274; 12:351, 352. 
saltpeter, 2:28, 65; 5:157, 315; 

9:363. 

sand, 4:156. 
sassafras bark, to repel red 

ants, 1:65. 
Saunders wash for borers, 12: 

356. 
scraping the bark, 1:162; 2:230; 

4:119, 195; 5:309; 11:278. 
selection of land not sur- 
rounded by favorable breed- 
ing places, 13:357 4 . 
selection of seed, 1:63. 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (ccmfd) 
setting out no young trees just 

before advent of Cicadas, 12: 

289. 
shaker peach tree borer wash, 

8:185. 
shaking from foliage, 5:172, 

183, 262, 314, 317, 320, 321. 
shaking into vessels of kero- 
sene and water, 11:281. 
sheep in orchards, 1:60; 2:123. 
sheep dips, 1:62; 5:226. 
sheep wash for ticks, 1:62. 
shell lime, 4:194; 5:158. 
shelter for nocturnal feeders, 

1:63. 
skunk, protection of, for hop 

grub, 1:61; 10:373. 
sludge oil soap, 8:201; 9:410, 
. 418. 

slug shot, 9:363. 
smoke for mosquitoes, 12:323. 
snuff water or snuff, 2:35; 5: 

301. 

soaking in kerosene, 8:200. 
soap, 1:59, 304, 319; 13 :3QT. 
soap and carbolic acid wash, 

5:301; 6:169; 7:363; 8:280; 10: 

493; 12:242. 

soap and sulfur, 5:288, 322. 
soap suds, 1:162, 179, 194, 301, 

302; 2:63, 199; 4:119, 198, 199; 

6:144, 148; 5:161, 256, 275, 

287, 302; 7:372; 8:216; 9:345, 

369, 370, 441; 10:428; 11:277, 

279. 
soap wash, 4:119; 5:160, 270, 

279, 317, 320. 
soft soap, 1:64; 5:163, 270; 8: 

186, 190, 217, 281, 285, 286. 
soft soap, carbolic acid and 

paris green for borers, 12: 

353, 355, 356. 

soft soap and soda, 13:366 2 . 
soluble phenyle, 2:21, 65; 5:226, 

315; 6:169. 
soot, 1:60, 178; 2:35; 4:194; 5: 

159, 253, 301, 307; 10:484; 11: 

276; 12:302, 349. 
spices, for woolens, 1:64. 
spirits of turpentine, 1:65; 4:19. 
spreading infested manure, 8: 

194. 
starvation, 5:310, 316; 8:197, 

200, 242. 

steam for millepeds, 12:300. 
storing in darkness, 12:348. 
stream of cold water, 12:356. 
strong odors, 7:289. 
sublimating sulfur, 10:450. 
submergence, 4:195. 
sulfate of copper, 8:151; 9:434. 



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563 



Remedies and preventives for insect 

depredations (cont'd) 
sulfo-carbonates of potassium, 

2:22. 

sulfo-cyanid of potassium, 2:35. 
sulfur, 2:18, 32, 227; 5:301; 6: 

114; 7:3G5; 9:352, 442; 10:450, 

458, 486; plugging trees with, 

10:495. 
sulfur, lard and kerosene for 

poultry, 1:62. 
sulfur fumes, 4:201. 
sulfur sifter for bird mites, 1 :62. 
sulfur soap and water, 10:458. 
sulfuret of lime and soft soap 

in water, 10:458. 
sulfuric acid water, 1:59. 
sulfurous acid, 2:35. 
summer washes, 11:230. 
sweetened sponge for ants, 1: 

62. 
sweetened water in bottles, 7: 

289. 
swine, for white grubs, etc., 1: 

61; 2:224, 225. 
tallow, 6:175. 
tallow and carbolic acid, 5:226, 

13:365. 
tansy decoction, 1:65; 2:225; 4: 

194; 5:159; 6:169; 10:484. 
tar, 9:442, 444; for mosquitoes, 

12:323. 

tar, coal, and lard, 13:365. 
tar, pine, and grease, 13:365 9 . 
tar coating seed, 8:200. 
tar water, 1:65; 2:35, 65, 66; 

301; 6:169; 7:290. 
tarred bands around trees, etc., 

1:64; 2:224; 3:95; 5:259, 313, 

318. 

tarred boards, 12:213. 
tarred paper, 4:199; 9:431; 10: 

484. 

tarring the grounds for mi- 
grants, 1:58. 
tartar emetic and sugar, 11: 

114. 

thick, close coverings, 12:234. 
toads in garden, domestication 

of, 1:61; 5:301. 
tobacco, 4:191, 199; 5:160, 161; 

8:212, 213, 217, 251, 255, 274, 

281, 285; 9:345, 369, 370, 371, 

372, 418, 419, 420, 441, 442; 

10:484. 
/ tobacco dust, 1:65, 190; 4:194; 

10:495; 13:363 4 , 365, 367 2 . 
tobacco smoke, 1:60, 319, 320. 
i tobacco water, 1:59, 190, 198, 

302, 309; 2:29, 31, 35; 3:120; 

4:103; 5:256, 301, 302, 303; 6: 



148, 166, 167; 7:344, 372; 10: 

428, 484; 11:279; 12:347, 350, 

356; 13:367% 368 4 , 368', 368 7 . 
trapping, 1:62; 2:144; 3:111; 6: 

169; 7:366; 8:206, 242, 278; 9: 

316, 441; 10:448; 11:276, 282; 

12:302; 13:370'. 
tree beating and jarring, 1:57. 
trees felled for decoy, 2:55. 
trenching, 5:200; 13:369 4 . 
turpentine, 9:352, 363; 10:494. 
tympans, printers', 2:226. 
varnishing body as a protection 

from mosquitoes, 12:323. 
veils and nets for mosquitoes, 

12:323. 
vinegar and molasses trap, 2: 

33. 
wash for preserving herbaria, 

1:65. 
washing with whey or lye, 12: 

234. 
watching for indications, 12: 

212. 
whale oil and carbolic acid, 8: 

194. 
whale oil soap, 1:59, 65; 2:32, 

37, 187, 230; 4:103; 5:163,313; 

6:114, 144, 166; 7:290, '318; 8: 

215, 279; 9:370, 440; 10:494; 

11:210, 229, 274, 275, 276, 277, 

281; 12:298, 350, 356; 13: 

363 4 , 3G8 4 , 368 8 . 
wheat bran mash for army 

worm, 12:213, 353. 
white arsenic and lime, 9:434- 

'35. 

white wash, 8:182; 12:303, 353. 
winter washes, 11:228-29. 
wire netting tree protector, 8: 

185. 

wire screens, 12:234, 348. 
wood ashes, 1:60; 8:182, .183; 9: 

372. 
working the ground, 4:15; 5: 

259. 

worming, 8:243. 
wrapping tree trunks, 7:313. 
X. O. dust, 9:418, 420; 13:365 9 . 
remotepunctata, Calandra, see C. 

granaria. 

Renia discoloralis, 10:482. 
reniformis, Helotropha, 10:482. 
renigera, Mamestra, 10:482. 
Renuie, James, Insect architecture 

cited, 11:241. 
repanda, Cicindela, 7:219; 10:377; 

12:209. 
repentis, Agrotis, see Carneades 

messoria. 
Reseda, see Mignonette. 



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Resplendent shield bearer (Aspidis- 
ca splendoriferella), 1:166, 330; 
11:159, 267. 
retardata, Acronycta (syn. A. dis- 

secta), 10:482. 

reticulatana, Cenopis, 10:483. 
reticulatus, Cossus, see Prionoxystus 

robiniae. 

retinervis, Microcentrum, 4:80; 5: 
323, 326; 11:271, 288; 13:365 7 ; 14: 
341, 396 T . 

retusa, Anthopliora, 10:386. 
Renter, Enzio, cited, 11:166. 
reversalis, Botis, see Mecyna. 

Mecyna, see Mecyna reversalis. 
Revue d' Entomologie cited, 7:256. 
Reynolds, James, insects from, 12: 

359. 

Rhagoletis pomonella, see Trypeta. 
Rhaphidodemas titea (syn. Phigalia 

cinctaria), 1:329; 11:266. 
Rheum rhaponticum, see Rhubarb. 
Rhinoceros beetle, 5:228, 321; 7:246- 
55; 9:342, 440; 11:274; 14:341 3 , 
374 5 , 387 7 . 
Rhinosia .pometella, see Ypsolophus 

pometellus. 
Rhizobiinae, 4:196. 
Rhizoglyphus, 10:451, 452, 486. 

phylloxerae, 10:451, 487; 14: 

377 U . 

rostroserratus, 10:449. 
Rhizophagus feeding on Tribolium, 

2:139. 

Rhode Island society for the encour- 
agement of domestic industry, 
Transactions cited, 7:255. 
Rhodites, 11:281; 14:390 2 . 
Rhogas terminalis, 12:192, 211. 
rhois, Blepharida, 5:271. 

Brysocrypta, see Pemphigus. 
Melaphis, see Pemphigus. 
Pemphigus, see Pemphigus 

rhois. 
Rhopalocera, dates of occurrence, 9: 

456. 
Rhopalosiphum berberidis (syn. 

Aphis), 9:405, 411, 412. 
solani (syn. Megoura), 3:121, 

149; 14:345 5 , 345 6 . 
species, 13:363 8 ; 14:400*. 
Rhubarb, insects injurious to; 

Anthrenus scrophulariae, 11: 

172-73; 13:359*. 
Hydroecia nitela (Gortyna), 1: 

112; 8:191. 

Lixus concavus, 1 :112. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:92. 
Spilosoma virginica, 7:304. 
Rhus glabra, see Sumac, smooth. 
Rhus typhina, see Sumac, stag- 
horn. 



Rhynchagrotis anchocelioides (syn. 
Agrotis cupida), 1:58; 7:375; 
14:32P. 
brunneicollis (syn. Agrotis), 7: 

375; 14:321 9 . 

placida (syn. Agrotis), 11:265. 
Rhyparochromus devastator, see 

Blissus leucopterus. 
leucopterus, see Blissus. 
Rhyssa a>trata, see Thalessa. 
lunator, see Thalessa. 
persuasoria, 8:108, 165, 166. 
ribearia, Abraxas, see Diastictis. 
Diastictis (syn. Abraxas, Eu- 
fitchia), 1:299, 306; 9:456; 12: 
310-11, 360; 13:372 4 ; 14:313 7 , 
339*. 

Eufitchia, see Diastictis. 
Ribes aureum, see Currant, Mis- 
souri. 

nigrum, see Currant, black, 
ribesii. Nematus, see Pteronus. 

Pteronus, see Pteronus ribesii. 
ribis, Aphis, see Myzus. . 

Myzus (syn. Aphis), 1:272; 3: 
145; 9:370-71; 10:498; 11:275, 
276; 13:363 5 ; 14:360 1 , 383 8 , 
388 3 , 400*. 

ricara, Pyrgus, see P. caespitalis. 
Rice, A. C., insects from, 9:463. 
Rice, Calandra oryzae in, 13:374 8 . 
Indian, Sphenophorus sculptilis 

on, 1:259. 
Rice chaff, Tribolium ferrugineum 

in, 8:299. 

Rice plants, Thrips on, 11:249. 
Rice weevil, 10:511. 
Rich, G. A., insects from, 10:512. 
Richardson, C. A., insects from, 4: 

208. 
Richardson, M. T., insects from, 12: 

362. 
Richmond, A. G., insects from, 4: 

208; 5:324. 

Rickard, A., insects from, 10:512. 
Ricinus communis, see Castor oil 

plant. 

Rider, C. E., insects from, 10:515. 
ridingsii, Bombus, 11:104. 
Riggs, F. J., insects from, 12:359, 
361, 362, 363; 13:372 3 , 373 2 , 373 9 , 
374*. 
rigida, Cecidomyia (syn. C. salicis), 

1:297. 

Riley, C. V., cited, 1:99, 116, 127, 
149, 157, 163, 172, 191, 221, 227, 
233, 247, 254, 264, 281; 2:89, 102, 
126, 132, 142, 149; 4:21, 28, 35, 51, 
80, 93, 103, 114, 115, 151, 156, 158; 
5:184, 200, 227, 234; 7:225, 247, 
255, 279, 296, 321, 324; 8:141, 155, 
160; 9:300, 307, 309, 317, 330, 457; 



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565 



10:378, 388, 433, 453, 478; 11:109, 
145, 152, 177, 181, 194, 198, 222, 
232, 241, 248; 12:183, 191, 14, 
214, 218, 230, 235, 248, 254, 261, 
268, 272; 13:343 8 ; quoted, 11:129, 
130, 131; 12:216, 279, 322; 13: 
356 4 ; referred to, 11:113, 127, 131; 
12:181, 182, 203, 221, 222, 233, 
237, 260, 267, 274, 276, 277, 312; 
13:351 7 , 351 8 , 352 9 , 354 s , 365 7 ; In- 
sects of Missouri. General index and 
supplement cited, 1:110, 181, 199; 
2:89; 7:225, 255; Insects of Mis- 
souri. Report cited, 1 :81, 110, 116, 
157, 181, 184, 199, 221, 227, 254, 
264; 2:57, 68, 89, 126, 132, 149, 108, 
188; 4:20, 51, 63, 80, 114, 115, 158; 
5:180, 184, 200,207,232; 7:225,255, 
279, 288; 8:129, 160; 9:330, 457; 11: 
109, 126, 129, 145, 248; 12:183, 218, 
230, 235, 268, 283; 13:351 8 ; 14:313 U ; 
Mulberry silk worm, review of, 14: 
346 6 ; Potato pests cited, 1:110; Re- 
port on the cotton worm and boll 
worm (4th rep't TJ. S. ent. comm.) 
cited, 4:158; 10:405; 11:241; 12: 
191. 

Riley, C. V. and Howard, L. O., 
cited, 7:247, 256, 288, 297, 321, 
324; 8:129, 133, 141; 9:300, 301, 
309, 318; 10:378, 388, 405, 411, 417, 
433, 454, 478; 11:110, 134, 146, 152, 
177, 232, 242, 250; 12:183, 192, 218, 
230, 248, 268, 273, 290, 293; 13: 
344 2 . 

Riley, C. V. and Marlatt, C. L., 
cited, 7:321. 

Riley, C. V. and Monell, J., cited, 5: 
246. 

rileyana, Heteropacha, 2:40. 

rileyi, Chalia, 11:264. 

Schizoneura, 3:125; 13:374. 

rimosa, Cicada (syn. Tibicen, C. 

noveboracensis), 11:270. 
Tibicen, see Cicada. 

rimosalis, Pionoa, see Evergest's. 
Evergestis (syn. Pionea), 2:93. 

Risley, C. C., insects from, 10:512. 

Rivellia viridulans, 2:122. 

Riverside natural history, see Stan- 
dard natural history. 

Rivula propinqualis, 4:206. 

rivulosa, Lygranthoecia, see Schinia 
marginata. 

Roaches, 1:36; 4:132; 7:325. 

Robber flies, 11:117. 

Robbins, S. J., insects from, 10:517; 
on 12-spotted asparagus beetle, 
12:249, 250. 

Robert, EugSne, quoted, 12:248. 

Roberts, C. H., insects from, 13: 
371 7 . 



Roberts, J. T., insects from, 10:509. 
Robertson, Charles, determinations 

by, 11:103. 
Robin feeding on insects, 2:8, 82 

113; 5:198; 9:356; 12:209, 288. 
Robineau-Desvoidy, A. J. B., Essai 
sur les Myodiares ( cited, 5:220; 
Histoire naturelle des Diptercs dca 
Environs de Paris cited, 9:309. 
Robinia, insects injurious to; 

Euparthenos nubilis (syn. Par- 

thenos), 3:136. 
Odontota dorsalis, 12:264, 265, 

266. 
Robinia pseudacacia, see Locust 

tree. 

robiniae, Clytus, see Cyllene. 
Cossus, see Prionoxystus. 
Cyllene (syu. Clytus), 1:317; 2: 
224; 7:363; 8:175, 176; 10:504, 
517; 13:360 8 ; 14:366", 386*. 
Prionoxystus (syn. Cossus, C. 
crepera, C. plagiatus, C. 
reticulatus, Xyleutes), 2:216; 
7:375; 9:426, 450; 11:265; 14: 
322 1 . 

Spermophagus, 7:270. 
Xyleutes, see Prionoxystus. 
robiniella, Anacampsis, seeGekchia. 
Gelechia (syn. Anacampsis), 1: 

309. 
Lithocolletis (syn. Argyromiges 

pseudacaciella), 1 :309. 
Robinson, J. F., insects from, 12: 

360. 
Robinson, W. S., insects from, 5: 

326. 
robustus, Gordius, 4:125. 

Sphenophorus, 1:261, 262. 
Rochester democrat and chronicle 

quoted, 12:197. 

Roestelia aurantiaca (aecidial form 
of Gymnosporangiuin clavipes), 
2:12; 6:181. 
rogationis, Plusia (syn. P. dyaus), 

2:94-97, 228; 14:333 1 , 342 6 . 
Rogers, R. V., cited, 12:238. 
Rolfs, P. H., cited, 11:233. 
Rome sentinel, abstract from, 12:352; 
cited, 12:190; 14:393 7 ; quoted, 12: 
197. 
Rondani, Camillo, Dipteroloyiae 

Italicae Prodomus cited, 5:220. 
Root fly (Anthomyia radicum), 1: 

191-94, 196; 14:335". 
Root webworm, 4:14. 
Rosa, see Rose. 

rosaceana, Cacoecia, 1:320; 5:213; 6: 
187; 7:355; 9:418; 11:121, 266; 12: 
312, 356, 360; 14:395 2 , 399*. 
rosae, Anomia, see Typhlocyba. 

Aulacaspis (syn. Diaspis), 7: 
384. 



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rosae, Diaspis, see Aulacaspis. 

Empoa, see Typhlocyba. 

Monostegia (syn. Selandria), 1: 
42; 7:344, 362; 10:499; 14: 
3G6 4 , 384". 

Psila, 1 :46, 49. 

Selandria, see Monostegia. 

Tettigonia, see Typhlocyba. 

Typhlocyba (syn. Anomia, Em- 
poa, Tettigonia), 2:31; 6:166; 
7:345, 362; 8:256; 11:271; 12: 
355, 356; 14:346", 359", 366 3 , 
394 s . 

rosaua, Cacoecia, 10:516; 11:266. 
Rose, J. F., insects from, 8:296, 299; 

9:461; 10:510, 515, 518. 
Rose, insects injurious to; 

Anomala marginata, 10:441. 

Aphids, 5:162. 

Aramigus fulleri, 2:142; 4:193. 

Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:207, 
224. 

Aulacaspis rosae (syn. Diaspis), 
7:384. 

Bibio albipennis, 2:115. 

Cacoecia argyrospila, 7:356. 
rosaceana, 6:187; 9:418. 

Chauliognathus penusylvanicus, 
9:344, 463. 

Cladius pectinicornis, 10:499. 

Emphytus cinctus, 10:499. 

Homoptera lunata, 4:57-59; 5: 
315; 14:338 7 . 

Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 

Lygus pratensis, 13:352". 

Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1 : 
229; 6:175; 8:201; 9:419-20. 

Monostegia rosae, 7:344, 362; 
10:499. 

Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 
Orgyia), 2:69, 77. 

Otiorhynchus ovatus, 10:417. 

Parasa chloris, 9:443; 14:375". 

Penthina nimbatana, 2:228; 5: 
214; 6:139; 14:332 9 . 

Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:278. 

Poecilosoma candidatum, 13: 
336*. 

Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143. 

Tetranychus telarius, 9:432. 

Typhlocyba rosae (syn. Tetti- 
gonia), 2:31; 6:166; 7:362; 8: 
256; 12:355. 

white grubs, 9:354. 
Rose aphis, 5:162. 

Rose beetle (Macrodactylus), bib- 
liography, 1:227-28; character- 
istics of appearance, 1:231; 
classificatory and descriptive, 
1:78, 228-29; detailed account, 
1:227-32; food plants, 1:229- 



30; natural history, 1:231; 7: 
346-47; ravages, 1:230-31, 317; 
2:225; 4:142, 198, 199; 5:154; 
6:166; 8:125; 9:419-20; refer- 
ences, 1:178, 234, 303, 307, 
316; 7:337; 8:112; 9:441, 491, 
497, 511; 11:173, 268; 12:351, 
362; 14:325 4 , 331 9 , 336 1 , 339 2 , 
341 1 , 349 s , 370 s , 382 5 , 385 1 , 392; 
remedies, 1:45, 57; 8:200-2, 
282; 9:418; 10:501. 
Fuller's (Aramigus), 2:142-44; 
4:193; 5:154, 311, 325; 14:337S 
342 7 , 347V 

Rose bug. see Rose beetle. 
Rose chafer, green (Cetonia aurata), 

1:237. 

Rose leaf hopper (Typhlocyba 
rosae), 2:31; 7:345, 362; 8:116, 256; 
11:271; 12:355-56; 14:359 6 , 366 3 , 
394 s ; 14:343". 

Rose leaf tyer (Penthina nimba- 
tana), 5:213-15; 6:139; 14:362 7 . 
Rose saw fly, 7:354. 
Rose slug (Monostegia rosae), 3:88; 

7:344, 362; 10:499; 14:366', 384. 
Rose twig borer, 1 :57. 
Rose worm, bristly, 10:499; 14:384*. 

curled, 10:499; 14:384 4 . 
rosea, Odontota, see O. nervosa. 
rostroserratus, Rhizoglyphus, 10: 

449; 14:377 6 . 
Tyroglyphus, 10:486. 
rotondipennis, Sciara, 10:394. 
rotundifolia, Amblycorypha, 7:384. 
Roiiast, Georges, Catalogue des 
chenilles Europeennes connues re- 
ferred to, 11:149. 
Rove beetles (Staphylinidae), 1:187, 

189. 

Royal Gardens, Bulletin of miscel- 
laneous information cited, 11:241. 
Royal society of Canada, Trans- 
actions cited, 13:338 5 , 341 1 . 
Royce, T. C., insects from, 12:263. 
rubellus, Lixus, 1:260. 
rubens, Tribolium, see T. ferrugi- 

neum. 

rubeolans, Nephelodes, 1 :107. 
rubi, Lasioptera, of Europe, 4:66. 
Monophadnoides (syn. Selan- 
dria), 1:42. 

Selandria, see Monophadnoides. 

rubicunda, Anisota (syn. Dryo- 

campa), 3:91; 5:197, 198, 200; 

9:295, 422, 455; 10:507; 14: 

309 6 , 313 s . 

Dryocampa, see Anisota. 
rubicundula, Diplax, 7:220. 
rubidana, Galasa (syn. Cordylopeza 
nigrinodis), 10:483. 



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567 



rubivora, Aplodes, see Synchlora 

glaucaria. 
Phorbia, see Raspberry cane 

maggot. 

Synchlora, see S. glaucaria. 
rubivoraria, Synchlora, see S. 

glaucaria. 

rubra, Odontota, 11:269. 
rubrocinctus, Cimex, see Largus 

succinctus. 

Rubus canadensis (dew berry), 
mined by Tischeria malifoli- 
ella, 11:162. 

strigosus, see Raspberry, 
rubus-caulis, Figites, 1:315. 
rudbeckiae, Aphis, see Nectaro- 

phora. 

Nectarophora (syn. Aphis, Si- 
phonophora), 9:406, 411, 412. 
Siphonophora, see Nectarophora. 
rudis, Musca, see Pollenia. 

Pollenia (syn. Musca, M. fam- 
iliaris), 2:117; 8:297; 9:309-14, 
439; 10:498, 510, 516; 12:361; 
13:370"; 14:375 1 , 383 5 , 398 9 . 
rufa, Formica (probably F. exsec- 
toides), 2:117, 186; 11:115, 273; 
12:181-82; 14:399 2 . 
rufescens, Panorpa, 10:464-73, 478- 

80; 12:352; 14:393 4 . 
Ruffin, Edward, cited, 2:102. 
rufibarbis, Erax, 1:319. 
ruficeps, Anthomyia, 1:171, 185. 
ruficollis, Agrilus (syn. Buprestis), 
6:123-25, 174; 10:406-7, 516; 
11:285; 12:352; 14:324 9 , 367 8 , 
393 3 . 

Buprestis, see Agrilus. 
Lathridius (syn. L. pulicarius), 

6:183, 184; 14:330 3 . 
rufimana BoUem., Mylabris, see 

Bruchus rufimanus Boliem. 
rufimanus Bohcm., Bruchus (syn. B. 
granarius Linn., Mylabris run"- 
mana Bohem.), 6:128; 7:263, 
267, 268, 279-85, 286, 383; 8: 
299; 9:440; 14:374". 
rufimanus Schon., Mylabris, erron- 
eous reference of Bruchus lentis 
Boliem. 

rufipennis, Apate, see Polygraphus. 
Attagenus, see A. piceus. 
Dendroctonus (syn. Hylurgus), 

2:54. 

Hylurgus, see Dendroctonus. 
Polygraphus (syn. Apate), 2:54. 
rufipes, Altica, see Crepidodera. 
Chrysomela, see Crepidodera. 
Crepidodera (syn. Altica, Chry- 
somela, Crepidodera erythro- 
pus), 4:101-3, 196; 11:269; 14: 
348, 357 s . 
Phora, 10:405. i 



rufocoxalis, Apanteles, see A. con- 

gregatus var. 

rufopectus, Allantus, see Tenthredo. 
Tenthredo, see Tenthredo rufo- 
pectus. 

rufosanguinea, Galeruca, 11:197. 
rufovillosum, Xestobium (syn. Ano- 

bium tesselatum), 2:202. 
rufula, Taeniocampa, 11:265. 
rufus, Culex, 12:327. 
rugosa, Lachnosterna, 9:355; 11: 

268. 

rugosus, Oxytelus, 1:189; 3:134, 142. 
rugulosus, Eccoptogaster, see Scoly- 

tus. 

Scolytus (syn. Eccoptogaster), 
3:152; 4:103-7, 186, 208; 5:300, 
319; 7:383; 11:270, 287; 12: 
362; 14:340 S , 346 4 , 353 3 , 357 8 . 
Rumex, see Dock, 
rumicis, Aphis, 9:440; 14:375'. 
Hypera, see Phytonomus. 
Phytonomus (syn. Hypera), 1: 

248. 

Rumley, E., insects from, 10:510. 
Rupert, W. P. & sons, insects from, 

6:187. 

Rural 'New Jorker cited, 1:221; 4:28; 
5:234; 6:170; 7:255; 8:129, 285; 9: 
300, 439; 10:378; 11:145, 209, 217, 
218, 219, 233, 242; 12:273; 13:353 7 ; 
14:361*. 372 3 , 373 s . 
ruscarius, Elaphrus, 12:209. 
Rusk, S. E., insects from, 7:381. 
Russell, Henry, insects from, 13: 

373 8 . 

Russell, J. C., insects from, 3:142. 
Russell, Dr S. A., insects from, 4: 

208; 11:284, 287; 12:360, 363. 
Rust mite, 3:144. 
rusticus, Anisodactylus, 12:209. 

Myrmeleon, 11:238. 
Rutabaga, insects injurious to; 
Aphis brassicae, 6:147. 
Mamestra picta, 2:2. 
Murgantia histrionica, 1:267. 
rutila, Gortyna, see Hydroecia. 

Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna), 1: 

115. 

rutulus, Papilio, 8:296. 
Rye, insects injurious to; 

Calandra granaria, 7:365; 14: 

367 5 . 
Cephus pygmaeus, 7:334. 

trimaculatus (syn. Phylloe- 

cus). 8:167. 
Chlorops, 8:167. 
Isosoma hordei, 4:29. 
Janus integer (syn. J. flaviven- 

tris), 8:167. 
Leucania albilinea, 10:490, 492, 

509; 14:379'. 
unipuncta, 12:197, 206. 



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Rye, insects injurious to (confd) 
Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Siphonophora a venae), 1:313; 
2:225; 3:113, 114; 5:247, 252; 
6:169; 7:360; 14:361". 
Oscinis glabra, in Europe, 1: 

225. 

pumilionis,in Europe, 1 :225. 
Rymosia fenestralis, 10:392. 

Sabin, R. H., insects from, 3:141; 5: 

324. 
Sabulodes lorata (syn. Tetracis), 3: 

140; 10:483. 
nubilata (syn. Prochoerodes), 

11:266. 

transversata (syn. Eutrapela, 
Prochoerodes), 8:287; 10:483; 
11:284; 14:372". 

sacchari, Tyroglyplaus, see T. siro. 
sackeni, Mallota, see M. posticata. 
Saddle back caterpillar, 1:328; 6: 

187; 11:264. 

Sage, insects injurious to; 
Eudanius proteus, 1:337. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 

1:112; 8:191. 

Sager, J., insects from, 7:381. 
St Fargeau, A. L. M. and Serville, 
J. G. A. [and Le Peletier], cited, 
5:174. 
St Lawrence republican cited, 1:99, 

127; 6:180, 182; 14:328 8 . 
St Louis academy, Transactions 

cited, 4:151; 7:255. 
salicellis, Lachnus, 9:407, 412. 
saliceti, Cryptocampus, 13:336 6 . 
salicipomonella, Batrachedra, 12: 

360. 

salicis, Cecidomyia, see C. rigida. 
Chionaspis, 9:411. 
Coccus, see Lecanium. 
Lecanium (syn. Coccus), 9:409, 

411, 413. 

Oedemasia, 11:265. 
Pulvinaria, 9:411. 
salicis-batatus, Cecidomyia, 2:231; 

14:334 2 . 
salicis-pomum, Nematus, see Pon- 

tania pomum. 
Salix cordata, see Willow. 

viminalis, see Willow, basket. 
Salsify, Lygus pratensis on, 13:352"; 

Thrips on, 11:249. 
Salt, Piophila casei in, 12:230. 
Salt pork, Piophila casei infesting, 

12:230. 

saltatorius, Neuroterus, 7:309. 
saltatus, Andricus, 7:309. 
saltitans, Carpocapsa (syn. C. des- 
haisiana, 4:151-54; 5:315; 6:187; 
7:310; 8:292; 14:315 8 , 338 s , 358 1 . 



Salvia, Poecilocapsus lineatus on, 
5:273, 274. 

sarnbucifoliae, Aphis, 9:406,412. 

Sambucus, see Elder. 
Samia cecropia (syn. Attacus, Pla- 
tysamia), 1:72, 328; 2:77; 9: 
455; 10:481; 11:265; 12:355; 
13:37P; 14:313 3 , 394 T . 
Columbia, 1:86. 

Samp, insects infesting; 

Plodia iuterpunctella (syn. Eph- 

estia), 12:360. 
Silvanus surinamensis, 12:361. 

San Jose scale, appearance in Atlan- 
tic states, 11:101, 207; bibliog- 
raphy, 11:231-33; bulletin on, 11: 
102, 105; carried by birds, 11:224- 
25; Comstock, J. H., on, 11:206; 
condition of Long Island nurser- 
ies, 11:213-15; described, 11:219- 
21; distributed in nursery stock, 
11:101, 225; female described, 11: 
221; figures, 11: plates 12, 13, 14; 
food plants, 11:223-24; gas treat- 
ment for, 11:230; in Florida, 11: 
208-9; injurious character of, 11: 
101; in Maryland, 11:208; in New 
Jersey, 11:215-16; in New Jersey 
nurseries, 11:216-19; in New York, 
11:210-12; in Ohio, 11:219; in 
other states, 11:209-10; introduc- 
tion and spread, 11:207; investi- 
gation by U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, 11:207-8; legislation, 
proposed, 11:226-28; legislative 
appropriation for, 11:102; life his- 
tory, 11:221-23; limited to upper 
austral life zone, 11:102, 179; 
male described, 11:220-21; nur- 
sery stock, treatment of infested, 
11:231; on Long Island, 11:212- 
13; potash wash for, 11:230; pro- 
tection from infested nursery 
stock, 11:225-26; reference, 10: 
456, 505; 11:181, 201, 275, 277, 278, 
287; 12:316, 357, 363; 13:332 4 . 
368 5 , 368 7 , 369 6 , 374 7 ; 14:386 9 , 388 s - 
89 1 , 395, 397 9 , 398 3 , 399 s ; remedies, 
11:228-31; spread of, 11:102, 224- 
25; summer washes for, 11:230; 
whale oil soap for, 11:229; winter 
washes for, 11:228-29. 

sanborni, Chernes, 3:142; 6:190. 

" Sand flies " (Ephemeridae), 4:122. 

sanguinea, Coccinella, 7:382; 8:300. 
Galeruca, see Lochmaea cra- 
taegi. 

sanguinicollis, Penthimia, 9:397. 

sanguisugus, Conorhinus, 4:111; 5: 
316; 14:339*. 

Sannina exitiosa, see Sanninoidea. 



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Sanninoidea exitiosa (syn. Aegeria, 

Sannina), 1:47, 57, 64, 259; 2:6, 60, 

216; 4:107; 6:170; 8:181-86; 9:367; 

14:361 8 . 

santes, Colias, sec Eurymus philo- 

dice. 

Sap fly, 10:389. 
Saporda affinis, see Oberea bimacu- 

lata. 

bimaculata, see Oberea. 
bivittata, sec S. Candida, 
calcarata, 1:297; 11:269. 
Candida (syn. S. bivittata), in 
hawthorn, 5:320; oviposition 
of, 4:200; 5:269-71; reference, 
1:297, 306, 331; 4:107; 5:325; 
9:440; 10:488,511; 11:269; 12: 
239, 246, 356; 13:365 4 ; 14: 
340 9 , 349 8 , 363 s , 374 5 , 378 5 , 
394 9 , 396 8 ; remedies, 1:58, 64; 
2:27; 3:105; 7:313-14; 10:488. 
cretata, 1:331; 11:269. 
tridentata (syn. Compsidea, 
Saperda trilineata), associated 
insects, 12:246; bibliography. 
12:243; described, 12:245; dis- 
tribution, 12:247; figures, 12: 
plate 7, fig. 4, 5; plate 8, fig. 2; 
in j uring elms, 9 :427-28 ; 1 2 :243- 
45; life history, 12:246; para- 
sites, 12:247; reference, 10: 
484, 485, 499; 12:239, 355; 14: 
377 2 , 377, 384 6 , 394, 399"; 
remedies, 9:428-29; 12:247-48. 
trilineata, see S. tridentata. 
tripunctata, see Oberea bimacu- 
lata. 

vestita, 4:207; 11:269; 12:245. 
Saponaria officinalis, army worm 

moths on, 12:202. 
Saprolegnia ferax, fungus on fishes, 

5:272. 
Sapromyza vulgaris (syn. Chlorops, 

C. antennalis), 1:225. 
saratogensis, Aphrophora (syn. 
Lepyronia), 1:285; 4:121; 9: 
393, 410. 

Lepyronia, see Aphrophora. 
Sarcophaga helicis, 12:210. 
oedipodinis, 12:210. 
species, 12:210. 
Sarcoptidae, 5:290. 
Sargent, C. S., cited, 12:268. 
Sargent, C. W., insects from, 12:361. 
Sassafras, Oberea schaumii on, 5: 

233. 
satellitia, Philampelus, see P. pan- 

dorus. 

satyricus, Ufeus, 10:482. 
satyriniformis, Melittia, see Melittia 
satyriniformis. 



satyrus, Grapta, see Polygonia. 

Polygonia (syn. Grapta), 7:375; 

14:321V 
Xyloryctes, 7:251. 

Satyrus alope, sec Cercyonis. 
nephele, sec Cercyonis. 

saucia, Agrotis, see Peridroma. 
Noctua, see Peridroma. 
Peridroma (syn. Noctua, Agro- 
tis, A. inermis, A. ortonii), 1: 
8, 328; 5:200-6; 8:234, 235; 11: 
121, 265; 14:362 T . 

Saunders, Edward, Hemiptera 
Hctcroptern of the British islands 
cited, 10:430. 

Saunders, William, cited, 1:127, 152, 
227, 233, 271; 2:69, 97, 102; 4:80; 
5:164, 231; 7:225; 8:129, 160; 9: 
300; 11:134, 146, 249; 12:183, 191, 
218, 235, 237; 13:351 9 ; quoted, 12: 
219-20; referred to, 12:221, 222; 
Insects injurious to fruits cited, 1 : 
271, 281; 2:57, 69, 97, 118, 126, 168; 
4:63, 80, 115;5:180, 184, 231, 253; 
6:125; 7:288; 8:129; 9:317; 10:388, 
408; 11:127, 134, 160, 171, 249; 
12:218; 13:351 9 ; 14:333 5 ; Synopsis 
of Canadian Arctiidae cited, 7:225; 
12:183. 

saundersii, Homoptera, see H. 
lunata. 

Sautter, Louis, referred to, 13:345 2 . 

Saw flies, attacking fruit trees, 5: 
323; 9:335-36; 14:342 2 ; attacking 
pear trees, 2:5; attacking quince, 
2:232; 14:334 6 ; attacking wheat, 3: 
88; 4:135; 14:345 2 ; classification, 
1:78; 4:190; parasite of currant 
sawfly, 4:197; pupation of certain 
ones delayed, 1:138; reference, 4: 
205; remedies, 1:33, 42. 

Saw fly, red breasted, see Tenthredo 
rufopectus. 

Saw fly borer, 7 :334. 

Saw fly larvae, 12:359; 13:371*. 

Say, Thomas, cited, 1:211, 232, 271, 
281; 2:110, 125, 132, 136, 139, 148, 
164; 3:133; 4:107, 128, 156; 5:227, 
242; 8:152; 10:432; 11:109,240; 12: 
237, 267; 13:35P quoted, 11:110; 
referred to, 11:110; 12:240; Com- 
plete u-ritiiifjs (Le Conte ed.) cited, 
1:281; 2:110, 136, 139; 4:107, 128, 
156; 5:227. 242; 7:255; 8:152; 10: 
388, 432; 11:109, 240; 12:237, 267; 
13:351 5 ; quoted, 11:110; Descrip- 
tions of new species of heteropterous 
Hemiptera of North America cited, 
1:271, 294, 306; 2:148, 164; 4:107; 
Descriptions of North American 
Curculionidcs cited, 7:255; 12:267; 



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Narrative of an expedition to the 
source of St Peter's river . 
under Long, cited, 1:281; 12:237. 
sayi, Lytta, see Pomphopoea. 

Fomphopoea (syn. Lytta), 6:136; 

14:368 1 . 
sayii, Amblycephalus, see Deltoce- 

phalus. 

Deltocephalus (syn. Amblyce- 
phalus), 9:401, 410. 
scabies, Epidapus, 10:447. 
scabra. Hypena (syn. H. erectalis), 

9:454; 14:312 5 . 
Osmoderma, 1:330; 11:268, 284; 

12:361; 13:373 5 . 
scalaris, Bella mira (syn. Leptura), 

5:285. 
Heliria (syn. Telauiona fagi), 9: 

391, 410. 

Homalomyia, 1:168, 171. 
Leptura, see Bellamira. 
Scale insects, characters, 11:200; 
classification, 1:79; 11:200; 
contact insectides for, 4:190; 
development, 11:200-1; fish 
brine for, 1:60; kerosene or 
kerosene emulsion for, 1:43; 
2:32, 38; 8:215; lady bugs 
destroying, 5:266; 6:105; 7: 
341; 10:501; losses caused by, 
6:104; 7:340; New York 
species, 11:277; number of 
species. 11:201; on apDle and 
pear, 8:293; 9:440; 14:316 6 ; 
on camellia and oleander, 8: 
214-15, 279; 10:497; on ivy, 5: 
278-79, 317; 14:349 8 ; on 
maple, 1:310; 5:313; refer- 
ence, 1:286, 309; 2:187; 4:180, 
200; 8:254; 9:377; 11:274, 275; 
12:348; 14:349 8 , 349 9 , 363 2 , 369 7 , 
387 5 , 388 9 , 391 5 ; remedies for, 
5:300; 6:144; soluble phenyle 
for, 1:49; species treated of, 
11:201-33; spread of, 4:187-88; 
6:104; studies of. 1:18; 4:165; 
useful species, 11:201. 
Australian. 7:340. 
Scallop wing, 8:109, 171, 172; 10: 

497; 14:382 6 . 

scandens, Agrotis, see Carneades. 
Carneades (syn. Agrotis), 1:58, 

328; 11:121, 265. 

scapha, Eulimacodes (syn. Lima- 
codes), 1:328; 11:264. 
Lhnacodes, see Eulimacodes. 
Scarabaeidae, 1:227, 232; 4:182; 5: 
227; 7:246; 10:408-13, 503; injur- 
ing the apple tree, list of, 11:268. 
Scarabaeus indus, see Euphoria 

inda. 
tityus, see Dynastes. 



scarlatina, Gypona, 9:397. 
Scatophaga ceparum, see Fhorbia. 
Scattergood, C., insects from, 3:141. 
Scavenger beetles, 6:170. 
Scelothrix maculatus (syn. Pyrgus-) 

1:336. 

Scenopinidae, 2:45. 
Scenopinus fenestralis (syn. S. pal- 
lipes), 2:44; 4:174; 7:312, 367 
382; 10:510; 12:361; 14:368 7 . 
pallipes, see S. fenestralis. 
Scepsis fulvicollis, 9:456; 14:313 8 . 
schaumii, Oberea, 5:233. 
Schaupp, F. G., cited, 4:20. 
ScJienectady daily union cited, 8:292; 

9:299; 14:316 4 . 
Scheuten, A., cited, 10:453. 
Schinia marginata (syn. Lygran- 

thoecia), 3:153. 
rivulosa (syn. Lygranthoecia), 

3:141. 
Schiodte, J. G., NaturMstorisk Tids- 

skrift cited, 2:136. 
Schistocera americana, 11:271. 

shoshone, 11:271. 
Schizoneura, venation of, 3:124. 
Schizoneura americana, 5:319; 14: 

340 6 . 

caryae, 3:125. 
imbricator, see Pemphigus, 
lanigera (syn. Aphis, Eriosoma, 
E. pyri, Myzoxylus mali, Pem- 
phigus pyri), 1:43, 47, 331; 2: 
35. 181; 3:125; 5:160; 9:407, 
408. 411, 412, 413; 11:271; 13: 
366 9 -67 2 ; 14:397 3 . 
querci, 2:181; 3:125. 
rileyi, 3:125; 13:374 e . 
strobi, see Lachnus. 
tessellata, see Pemphigus, 
ulmi (syn. Lachnus.), 2:181; 9: 

411, 412. 

Schizoneurinae, 9:412. 

Schizura concinna (syn. Oedemasia, 

Notodonta), delayed pupation, 

1:137: Limneria fugitiva 

parasitic on, 3:90, 91, 140, 150; 

7:381; reference, 1:328; 5:169, 

324; 8:292; 9:454; 11:265; 14: 

312 8 , 316 3 , 346 1 , 352', 356'; 

remedies, 1:57; 5:309. 

eximia (syn. Oedemasia), 1:328; 

11:265. 

unicornis (syn. Coelodasys), 1: 
137, 328; 9:455; 11:265; 14: 
313 s . 
schlaegeri, Cryptolechia, see Sten- 

oma. 
Stenoma (syn. Cryptolechia), 9: 

456. 
Schmidt, Bernard, jr, insects from, 

3:140. 
Schmitt, G. A., Insects from, 3:141. 



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571 



Schmitz, H. C., insects from, 3:140. 

Schoenherr, C. J., Genera et species 

< i urt'nliDindn.m cited, 2:140; 7:279, 

285; Synonymia insectorum [180G] 

cited, 2:136. 

Schofield, S., cited, 13:343 9 . 
schonherri, Pachyrhynchus, see 

Ithycerus noveboracensis. 
School of mines quarterly cited, 12: 

283. 
Schoonrnaker, E. T., insects from, 

13:3T2 1 , 374". 
Schoturus boletivorus (syn. Acho- 

rutes), 2:206. 
marmoratus (syn. Achorutes), 

2:206. 

nivicola (syn. Acho.ru tes, 
Podura) associated species, 
, 2:200; bibliography, 2:203; 
11:251; description, 2:205, 
206, 244; family characteris- 
tics, 2:206, 207; habits, 2:204; 
identity of species, 11:251; 
observations of, 2:204, 205; 
observed at Ghent, N. Y., 11: 
251; reference, 10:519; 12: 
357; 14:342", 343 3 , 396 1 . 
pratorum (syn. Achorutes), 2: 

206. 

texensis (syn. Achorutes,), 2:206. 
Schrank, Franz, Enumeratio insec- 
torum Austriae indigenorum cited, 
5:234. 
Schwartz, Charles, insects from, 6: 

188. 

Schwarz, E. A., cited, 4:104; 7:247, 
296, 297; 10:405; 11:109, 197, 233; 
12:273. 

Sciara, Additional notes on, 12:223- 
28; 14:399*; general ref prince, 
1:189, 219, 330; 4:200; 5:264; 
6:188; 10:387-91, 447, 489,490; 
notes on, 10:387-91; 12:351; 
14:393 2 . 

manure, 10:398, 400. 
Sciara agraria, 12:225-26. 

caldaria, 10:396, 397-99, 403, 

510; 12:351; 14:308 3 , 378, 393 2 . 

coprophila, 10:391-97, 403; 12: 

351; 14:308 3 , 378 9 , 393 2 . 
deperdita (fossil form), 10:388. 
fucata, 5:265; 10:388. 
fuliginosa (syn. Molobrus), 10: 

387. 

fulvicauda, 12:227-28, 361. 
giraudii,a 5:265. 
hyalipennis,a 5:265. 
inconstans (syn. Molobrus), 10: 

387. 
longipes,a 5:265. 



Sciara mail (syn. Molobrus), 1:219, 
330; 2:125, 227, 234; 5:265; 
10:387, 388, 389, 391; 11:267; 
14:332 8 , 336 T . 
militarist 1O:390. 
multiseta, 12:223-24, 361. 
nervosa.o 5:265; 10:392, 489. 
nigra, 10:394. 
obscura, 12:226. 
ocellaris, 10:388. 
ochrolabis, 10:394; 12:227. 
paucisota, 12:224, 225, 361. 
pulicaria.a 5:265; 10:388. 
prolificn, 12:226-27; 13:372. 
punctata.a 10:388. 
pyri, 5:265. 

quinquelineata,a 5:265; 10:388. 
rotondipennis. 10:394. 
sciophila. 10:394. 
scopuli (fossil form), 10:388. 
species, 5:264; 14:349 8 , 363 2 . 
thomae,a 5:264; 10:390. 
tilicola, 5:265. 
toxonenra, 10:388. 
tritici, 10:389. 
villosa, 12:225. 
vittata,a 5:265. 
vulgaris (syn. Molobrus), 10: 

387; 13:372. 
Sciarae, 10:490. 
sciarina, Docosia, 10:392. 
Sciarinae, 10:389. 
Sciarinen, 1O:388. 

Science cited. 1:149; 2:149, 233; 4: 

35, '36; 6:183, 185; 7:296; 8:152; 9: 

300, 318, 441; 10:452; 12:332; 14: 

330 4 , 334 9 , 375 4 . 

Scientific American cited, 4:115: 8: 

160; 10:478; 11:109; 12:214, 273. 
scincetus, Attains, 11:267. 
sciophila, Sciara, 10:394. 
Sciophila striata, 10:392. 
scitana, Dichrorampha, see Grapho- 

litha interstinctana. 
scitiscripta. Cerura (syn. C. Can- 
dida), 7:375; 14:321. 
scitulus, Mesoohorus, 12:211. 
Scoliopteryx libatrix (syn. Gonop- 
tera), 1:340; 8:109, 171-72: 9: 
450, 456; 10:497: 14:313 7 . 382". 
Scolopendridae. 4:132, 133; 6:190. 
scolopendrina, Cerura (syn. C. aqui- 

lonaris), 7:375; 14:321. 
Scolopendrium vulgare, see Hart's 

Scolytid bark borers, 7:352; 10:500. 
Scolytidae, 2:54; 4:103-7, 154, 204; 7: 

238; 9:365, 367; injurious to apple 

tree, list of, 11:270. 



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Scolytus beetles, 9:428; 12:248. 
icoriae, 4:107. 

obesus, see Xyleborus dispar. 
pyri, see Xyleborus dispar. 
rugulosus (syn. Eccoptogaster), 
3:152; 4:103-7, 186, 208; 5:300, 
319; 7:383; 11:270, 287; 12: 
362; 14:340", 346*, 353", 357 5 . 
Scopelosoma larvae fed on apple 

leaves, 1:327. 
sidus, 11:265. 

Seopolia seqnax, see Phorichaeta. 
scopuli, Sciara (fossil form), 10: 

388. 
Scorias spongiosum, a fungus, 9:347, 

463. 

Scorpion, 10:464. 
Scorpion flies, 10:463-80; 12:352; 14: 

393 4 . 

Scottish naturalist cited, 11:162. 
Screw worm, 1:40, 62, 343. 
scribonia, Ecpantlieria, see E. ocu- 

laria. 
Phalaena, see Ecpantheria ocu- 

laria. 

scripta, Chrysomela, see Melasoma. 
Habrosyne, 1:340. 
Lina, see Melasoma. 
Melasoma, see Melasoma scripta. 
Plagiodera, see Melasoma. 
scriptura, Pyrgus, 1:336. 
scrophulariae, Anthrenus, see An- 

threnus scrophulariae. 
Byrrhus, see Anthrenus. 
Cionus, 1:248. 
Derniestes, see Anthrenus. 
scrutator, Calosoma, 10:491, 516; 

12:209,361; 14:379 T . 
Scudder, S. H., cited, 2:188; 4:104; 
10:388, 405; 11:241; Butterflies of 
the eastern United States cited, 11: 
282, 283; Entomological correspon- 
dence of Thaddeus William Harris, 
M. D., cited, 1:81, 110, 227; 2:57, 
102, 203; 4:27, 51; 5:180, 183, 192, 
206; 9:309; 12:298; Entomological 
notes cited, 9:330; Frail cMldren of 
the air noticed, 11:282-83; 14:390 8 . 
Scudder, S. H., and Burgess, Ed- 
ward, cited, 10:404. 
sculptilis, Sphenophorus, see Sphen- 

ophorus scuptilis. 
sculpturatus, Oxytelus, 1:189. 
sculp tus, Pterostichus, 12:209. 
Scurfy bark louse, see Bark louse, 

scurfy, 
scutellaris, Anoplitis, see Odontota 

dorsalis. 
Bassus, 12:211. 
Bruchus, see B. ehinensis. 
Chrysomela, see Odontota dor- 
salis. 



scutellaris, Coccotorus (syn. C. pru- 

nicida), 4:17; 11:270. 
Odontota, see O. dorsalis. 
scutellatus, Monohammus, 10:517. 
Scutelligera ammerlanclia, see Micro- 
don globosus. 

Scutigera floridana, see S. forceps, 
forceps (syn. S. floridana, Calis- 
ta, Cermatia, C. floridana, 
C. coleoptrata), classification, 
4:128-29; detailed account, 4: 
128-34; 7:324-27; distribution, 
4:130-31; 7:325-26; food, 4: 
132-33; 5:295-96; 7:325-26; 
habits, 4:131-33; life history, 
4:134; poisonous, 4:133-34; 7: 
327; reference, 3:142; 4:208; 
6:175, 190; 8:282; 9:440; 12: 
364; 13:375 3 ; 14:325 3 ,357 S ,363 6 , 
370, 374 8 . 

linceci (syn. Cermatia), 4:132. 
Scutigeridae, 4:128, 132; 7:324-27. 
Scymnus species, 5:300; 11:232. 

terminatus, 2:186. 
Scythropus elegans, 3:141. 
Seaman, Mrs G., insects from, 10 r 

510. 

Secale cereale, see Rye. 
secale, Isosoma (syn. Eurytoma 

secalis), 4:27, 29. 
secalina, Thrips, 11:246. 
secalis, Eurytoma, see Isosoma se- 
cale. 

Seed corn fly, see Wheat fly, decep- 
tive. 
Seehaus, Philip, insects from, 13: 

371 9 . ' 
Seeley, H. M., insects from, 6:188; 

11:173. 

Seelye, C. W., insects from, 12:361. 
segetum, Agrotis, 8:235. 
Selandria cerasi, see Eriocampoides 

limacina. 

rosae, see Monostegia. 
rubi, see Monophadnoides. 
selecta, Plusia (syn. P. viridisig- 

nata), 10:377. 

Selenophorus pedicularius, 12:209. 
Sellnow, George, insects from, 13: 

371 8 . 

Semasia species, 11:266. 
Semblis pectinicornis, see Chau- 

liodes. 
semiclusaria, Nepytia (syn. Cleora 

pulchraria), 4:20, 21; 9:450. 
seminarius, Bruchus, 7:283, 284. 
seminuda, Eutettix (syn. Bytho- 
scopus seminudus), 9:398, 410; 11: 
270. 

seminudus, Bythoscopus, see Eu- 
tettix seminuda. 

Semiophora elimata var. badicollis 
(syn. Agrotis badicollis), 10:482. 



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Semiotellus chalcidiphagus, 4:33. 
clisiocampae, see Dibrachys 

boucheanus. 
destructor, 1:321. 
scmiovana, Phoxopteris, 10:483. 
semisculpta, Chrysobothris, see C. 

contigua. 

semistriatus. Psocns, 1:161. 
senatoria, Adelocephala, see Anisota. 
Anisota (syn. Adelocephala, 
Dryocampa), 2:230; 3:91; 5: 
192-200; 9:450, 453; 14:312 4 , 
333 9 , 3G2 8 . 

Dryocanjpa, see Anisota. 
Senecio scandens, see Ivy, German, 
sennettii, Ecpantheria, see E. gar- 

zoni. 

Sentinel [Trumansburg, N. Y.], ab- 
stract from, 14:343 9 . 
septemmaculata, Diplosis, 5:280. 
septendecim, Cicada, see Cicada 

septendecim. 
var. cassinii, Cicada, 10:424; 12: 

279. 

Tibicen, see Cicada. 
Septoria cerasina, see Plum leaf fun- 
gus, 
sequax, Phorichaeta (syn. Scopolia), 

8:238. 

Scopolia, see Phorichaeta. 
sera, Gortyna. see Hydroecia velata. 

Hydroecia, see H. velata. 
Serica iricolor, 1:330; 11:268. 
tristis, 8:284, 298; 14:371. 
valida, 11:268. 
sericea, Cistela, 6:130. 
sericeus, Dolerus, 4-:197, 205; 14: 

348 8 . 
Sericoris campestrana, 10:483. 

instrutana, erroneous reference 

of Steganoptycha claypoliana. 

serrata, Haematobia, see Haemato- 

bia serrata. 

Lyperosia, see Haematobia. 

Priophora, see Haematobia. 

serraticeps, Ceratopsyllus (syn. Pu- 

lex), 12:361; 13:372". 
Pulex, see Ceratopsyllus. 
serraticornis, Cucullia, 9:456; 14: 

307 8 , 313 s . 
serratus, Polydesmus (syn. P. can- 

adensis), 3:133; 12:301, 349. 
serricornis, Chauliodes, 8:159. 
Sesame grass, sculptured corn cur- 

culio on, 1 :259. 
Sesia acerni (syn. Aegeria), 10:504; 

14:386 5 . 

buffaloensis, see Hemaris. 
diffinis, see Hemaris. 
octomaculata, see Alypia. 
pictipes (syn. Aegeria), 5:280. 
pyri, 11:264. 
thysbe, see Hemaris. 



Sesia tipuliformis (syn. Aegeria), 

1:8; 2:60, 216. 
uniformis, see Hemaris thysbe 

var. ruficaudls. 
Sesiidae (syn. Aegeridae), 1:83; 2: 

60, 216; 4:154; 5:311, 313, 317; 9: 

338, 456; 14:336V 
sessilis, Hemiteles, 1:86. 
setacea, Phora, 10:402. 
setigera, Diplosis, 11:168; 12:357; 

14:308 4 , 395 6 . 

Settle, H. G., insects from, 5:325. 
Seventeen year locust, see Cicada, 

17 year. 

Sewell, E. W., insects from, 7:383. 
sexguttata, Cicindela, 9:462. 
Sexton beetles, 5:289; 14:363 5 . 
Seymour, M., insects from, 12:362. 
Shad bush, insects injurious to; 
Nectarophora granaria (syn. 

Aphis avenae), 1:316. 
Thecla liparops (syn. T. stri- 

gosa), 4:137. 

Shad fly, 1:298; 2:240; 14:343*. 
Shaffer, L. B., insects from, 13:373*. 
Shanks, Dr S. G., insects from, 13: 

372. 

Sharp, David, cited, 11:241, 250. 
Shaw, J. C., insects from, 5:324. 
Shealy, James, insects from, 11:285. 
Shear, C. L., insects from, 8:300; 9: 

462; 10:511. 
Sheep gad fly, 1 :299. 
Sheep maggots, 1:299. 
Sheep scab, 7:362; 14:366 1 . 
Sheep tick, 1:78, 79, 299. 
Sheep warble fly, 6:111. 
Sheldon, C. S., insects from, 10:512. 
Shimer, Henry, cited, 2:126, 148, 

180; 4:114. 
Shimer, S. W., insects from, 5:325. 

Shipley, , cited, 11:241. 

Shoes, Sitodrepa panicea injuring, 

14:349. 

shoshone, Schistocera, 1 1 :271. 
Shreve, R. H., insects from, 12:362. 
Shrews feeding on army worms, 12: 

308. 
Shrimp, blind, 9:347-49; 10:498. 

fresh water, 9:348. 
Sialia sialis, see Bluebird. 
Sialidae, 8:159. 
Sibine stimulea (syn. Empretia), 1: 

328; 5:186.188; 6:187: 7:381;9:3o5; 

11:264; 13 :371 8 ; 14:313 5 . 
sidus, Scopelosoma, 11:265. 
Siewers, C. G., cited. 12:183; 13: 

343 7 ; referred to, 1 3:351'. 
Sigalphus curculionis, 1 :308. 

tibialis, see Phanerotoma. 
signata, Mycetophila. 10:392. 

Trichollta, 10:377. 
signatipes, Ichneumon, 7:228. 



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signatus, Anthonomus (A. musculus 

in error), 3:139; 9:431. 
signifera, Coptocycla (syn. C. gut- 

tata), 6:127; 7:369; 14:318'. 
signoreti, Aphrophora, 5:245. 
Silk culture, 14:346". 
Silk worm, 1:76; 7:359; 9:423; 14: 

364 s . 

American, 10:493; 11:265. 
Silk worm disease, 2:40; 4:178. 
Silk worm fungus, 2:179. 
Silk worm moth, 10:493; 14:380*. 
Silliman's journal of science cited, 

5:174. 

Silpha americana, 9:462; 11:285. 
surinamensis, 12:361. 
thoracica, of Europe, 4:180. 
Silphidae, number of larvae de- 
scribed, 4:182. 

Silphides, sense organs in, 1:69. 
Silvanus advena, see Cathartus. 

cassiae, see Cathartus gemella- 

tus. 

surinamensis, 1:40, 330; 6:107, 
, 188; 7:331; 9:308, 462; 10:495; 

11:267; 12:361; 13:373 2 ; 14: 
380 9 . 

silvellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
Silver maple, see Maple, silver, soft 

or white. 

Silver top caused by Thrips, 1 1 :249. 
silybi, Aphis, of Europe, 3:122. 
similalis, Loxostege (syn. Eury- 
creon rantalis), 1:329; 6:182; 11: 
266; 14:329 8 . 
similis, Anthomyia (syn. Hylemia), 

1:171, 202; 14:335". 
Helophilus, 7:230, 233. 
Helophilus, erroneous reference 

of H. latifrons. 
Hylemyia, see Anthomyia. 
Simmons. Mrs H., insects from, 9: 

461. 

Simons, F. M., insects from, 10:519. 
simplex, Plusia, 10:376, 487; 14:378 2 . 
Simpson, G. B., insects from, 13: 

374 2 . 

simson, Argyramoeba, 8:300. 
simulans, Ephemera (syn. E. natata, 
Palingenia natata), 4:121; 14: 
350 s , 357 T . 
Psylla, 9:328. 

simulator, Thricolepis, 11:269. 
Simuliidae, 2:112; 12:320. 
Simulium, 11:283; 12:307, 320. 

invenustum (syn. S. pecuarum), 

5:314; 14:338 3 . 
molestum, see S. venustum. 
pecuarum, see S. invenustum. 
venustum (syn. S. molestum), 

5:283, 317; 14:339'. 
Sinea diadema, 1:331; 11:270. 



singularis, Otiorhynchus (syn. O. 
picipes), 2:52; 10:418; 11:269. 

Sinoxylon, red shouldered (S. 
basilare), 1:330; 11:268. 

Sinoxylon basilare, 1:330; 2:127, 
130; 11:268. 

sinnata, Entilia, 9:387. 

sinuatus, Agrilus, 11:225, 286. 
Platynus, 12:209. 

Siphocoryne capreae, 3:123. 
* pastinacae, 3:123, 151. 

Siphonella obesa, 1:225. 

Siphoriophora asclepiadis, see Aphis, 
avenae, see Nectarophora gran- 
aria. 

granaria, see Nectarophora. 
rudbeckiae, see Nectarophora. 
solani, see ?Nectarophora. 
solanifolii. see Nectarophora. 
species, 10:512. 

Sirex albicornis, see Urocerus. 

siro, Tyroglyphus- (syn. Acarus do- 
mesticus, A. farinae, A. lactis, 
Tyroglyphus farinae, T. sacchari), 
3:100, 129-30, 151; 5:291-95; 6:170; 
7:357; 8:293; 11:256; 13:364 9 ; 14: 
316 5 , 346 2 , 361 7 , 363 6 , 364 1 , 396 5 . 

Sirrine, F. A., cited, 11:233, 242; in- 
sects from, 10:517; 11:287. 

Sirthenea carinata, 4:113. 

Sitodrepa panicea (syn. Anobium, A. 
obesum, Dermestes), 4:88-93, 197, 
198, 207; 7:311; 9:440; 13:373 4 ; 14: 
34S 7 , 349 1 , 357 4 , 374 4 . 

Sitona lineatus, European pea 
weevil, 1 :49. 

Sitones lineatus, see Sitona. 

Sitophilus, see Calandra. 

Sitotroga cerealella (syn. Alucita, 
A. granella, Anacampsis, Butalis, 
Gelechia, Oecophora granella, 
Tinea granella, Ypsolophus 
granellus), 1:299, 316; 2:102-10; 4: 
17; 6:187, 190; 9:308; 10:377-86, 
485, 492, 510; 12:351; 14:342 B , 377 s , 
379 s , 393 1 . 

Sium, see Water parsnip. 

Skeleton bug, see Walking stick. 

Skidmore, J. D., insects from, 13: 
208. 

Skinner, D. B., insects from, 4:208. 

Skinner, H., 12:249. 

Skippers, cheese or ham, see Pio- 
phila casei. 

Skirret of Peru,Margaronianitidalis 
(syn. Eudioptis) on, 11:132. 

Skunks, feeding on army worm, 12: 
208; on Cicada pupae, 12:288. 

Slade, Elisha, cited, 1:172. 

Slingerland, M. V., cited, 9:318; 10: 
378, 454; 11:205, 233, 242; 12:194, 
254, 273; 13:353 T ; referred to, 13: 
355', 355'. 



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Slocombe, Edwin, insects from, 9: 

464. 

Sloe, hop fly on, 1:319. 
Slosson, Mrs A. T., cited, 10:478; 12: 

183; 13:338 7 . 
Slugs, 1:39, 42; 7:366. 
smaragdula, Colaspidea, 11:269. 
Smart, .T. S., insects from, 9:463. 
Smerinthtis cerisyi, 9:451. 
excaecatus, see Paonias. 
geminatus, 9:451; 11:264; 14: 

312 2 . 

var. jamaicensis, 9:451. 
var. ocellatus, 9:451. 
jamaicensis, see S. geminatus 

var. 

juglandis, see Cressonia. 
ocellatus, see S. geminatus var. 
opthalrnicus, 9:451. 
Smicra albifrons, 12:211. 

gigantea, see Phasgonophora 

sulcata. 
odontotae (syn. Spilochalcis), 12: 

267. 
Smilax, Peridroma saucia (syn. 

Agrotis) on, 5:205. 
Smilia auriculata, see Archasia gal- 

eata. 

camelus (syn. S. vittata), 9:389. 
castaneae, see Atymna. 
guttata, 9:389. 
inermis, see Stictocephala. 
inornata, see Atymna. 
querci, see Atymna. 
vau, see Cyrtolobus. 
vittata, see S. camelus. 
Smith, C. A., insects from, 13:378 4 . 
Smith, E. A., cited 1:110; 6:147. 
Smith, Mrs E. B., insects from, 3: 
140; 4:205, 206, 207; 5:326; 6:188, 
189; 7:382, 383, 384; 8:300; 9:461, 
462, 463, 464; 10:509, 510, 511, 
512, 516, 519; 11:284; 12:359, 360, 
361, 364; 13:371 7 , 372, 373", 373 fl , 
374 6 . 
Smith, Mrs E. H., insects from, 12: 

362. 

Smith, Fred, insects from, 7:383. 
Smith, J. B., cited, 4:36, 104; 5:227; 
7:225, 247; 8:141; 9:318; 10:378, 
388, 408, 454, 478; 11:173, 177, 216, 
232, 233, 241, 242; 12:183, 190, 
203, 218, 230, 248, 253, 268, 272; 
13:344 S ; insects from. 11:286; 12: 
223, 361; quoted, 11:211, 225; 12: 
289; referred to, 12:207, 210, 211, 
227, 228, 251, 255, 269, 281; 13:332 T , 
357 8 ; Catalogue of insects found in 
New Jersey, cited, 7:228; 10:478; 
11:135, 157, 177, 241; 12:183, 190, 
218, 238, 242, 243, 290; 13:335 4 , 



338 T , 340 9 , 344, 353 2 ; referred to 
12:344; Economic entomology, 
cited, 11:110, 127, 146, 177, 233, 
241, 242, 250; 12:190, 218, 230, 
235, 248, 268, 272; List of Lepidop- 
tera of Boreal America, cited, 8: 
129; 10:378; 11:127, 135, 139, 142, 
146, 152; 12:183, 190, 214, 218; 13: 
344 8 . 

Smith, J. E. and Abbott, John, 
Natural history of the rarer lepidop- 
terous insects of Georgia, cited, 2: 
68; 4:51; 5:174, 179, 183, 192; 7: 
225; 12:183; 13:342 T . 
Smith, J. W., insects from, 8:299. 
Smith, O. W., insects from, 10:511. 
Smith, William, insects from, 4:207. 
smithii, Cryptus (syn. Hemiteles), 1 : 

86. 

Hemiteles, see Cryptus. 
Smithsonian contributions to knowl- 
edge cited, 2:132; 4:155. 
Smithsonian miscellaneous collections 

cited, 2:188; 12:243. 
Smynthurus arvalis, 11:272. 

hortensis, 1:322; 2:207. 
Snails, 7:366; 14:368 4 . 
Snake worm, 1:189; 5:264; 10:388, 

390, 490. 
Snapdragon, Poecilocapsus lineatus 

on, 1:277. 

Snapping beetles, 1:63, ,78, 314; 3: 
101; 4:141; 7:351, 377; 8:199, 231; 
12-354; 14:394 3 . 

Snout beetle, 1:155, 254; 2:33, 140; 
3:106, 139; 7:360; 10:417; 13: 
374 s . 
ovate, 10:416-19; 12:352; 14: 

393 5 

Snouted mites, 5:290. 
Snow, F. H., cited, 1:99, 254; 11: 

126, 134, 181. 
Snow, G. C., insects from, 6:188, 

189; 8:299. 

Snow flea, 1:298; 2:203-7, 244; 8: 
266; 11:251-52; 12:357; 14:342', 
343 s , 396 1 . 
Snow fly, large, 1:298; 2:240; 14: 

343 2 
small,' 1:298; 2:239; 11:288; 14: 

343 1 . 
Snowball, insects on; 

Oecanthus fasciatus, 6:189. 

niveus, 6:189. 

Snowberry, insects injurious to; 
Cacoecia rosana, 10:516. 
saw fly larva, 8:296. 
Soap wort, insects injurious to; 
Lreucania unipuncta, 12:202. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
sobrina, Allorhina, 11:268. 



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Soci6t6 entomologique de Belgique, 
14:305 T ; Annales cited, 5:179, 193; 
Comptes reudus des stances de la, 
cited, 12:230. 

Soci6t6 entomologique de France, 
14:306 2 ; Annales cited, 2:136; 4: 
73, 104, 114, 151; 5:200, 210; 10: 
41G; 11:109, 177, 241; Bulletin 
cited, 11:166, 177, 240. 
Societe imperiale des naturalistes de 
Moscou, 14 1306 1 ; Bulletin cited, 
11:249. 

Soja beans, Odontota dorsalis feed- 
ing on, 12:266. 
solani, Dorthesia, see Enchenopa 

binotata. 

Megoura, see Khopalosiphum. 
Nectarophora (syn. Siphono- 

phora), 3:122. 
Rhopalosiphum (syn. Megoura). 

3:121, 149; 14:345", 345 9 . 
Siphonophora, see Nectarophora. 
solanifolii, Nectarophora (syn. Si- 
phonophora), 3:122. 
Siphonophora, see Nectarophora. 
solannina, Aphis, of Europe, 3:122. 
Solanum, wild, army worm feeding 

on, 12:206. 
Solanum dulcamara, see Bittersweet. 

jasminoides, see Pepper vine. 
Soldier beetle, margined, 4:84-88; 

11:133; 14:357 4 . 
Pennsylvania, 10:498; 12:362; 

14:383". 
Soldier bug, 9:457; 14:314 2 . 

spined, 6:137; 8:238; 14:368 2 . 
Solenopsis geminata (syn. S. xyloni), 

10:366; 11:264. 
molesta, see Monomorium phar- 

aonis. 

xyloni, see S. geminata. 
Solidago, see Golden rod. 
Solidago gall moth, 2:39. 
solita, Phytomyza, 7:243. 
somnus, Nisoniades, see ?Thanaos. 
Thanaos (syn. ?Nisoniades), 1: 

336; 6:180; 14:306 8 , 327 7 . 
Sonchus oleraceus, see Thistle, sow. 
Soothsayers (Mantis), 4:160. 
sordida, Tettix, 2:197. 
Sorghum saccharinum, Nectaro- 
phora granaria (syn. Siphono- 
phora avenae) on, 5:252. 
sororia, Lachnosterna, see L. micans. 
Sorrel, see Dock. 

Soule, C. G., cited, 12:194; 13:344 T . 
Sour gum tree, injured by Antispila 

nyssaefoliella, 11:157-59. 
Sour gum tree case cutter, 11:157- 

59; 12:357; 14:395. 
South Carolina agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 5:227. 



South Dakota agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 10: 
405; 11:182. 

Southwick, E. B., cited, 8:152; 10: 
389; 12:254; 13:344 4 ; referred to, 
12:263; insects from, 9:462. 
Spalding, S. E., insects from, 12: 

360. 
Spanish fly, 5:305; 6:131, 133; 14: 

354 9 . 
Spanish potato, Margaronia niti- 

dalis (syn. Eudioptis) on, 11:132. 
Sparrow, chipping, feeding on army 

worm, 12:209. 

English, 2:80-83; 11:274-75; 12: 
209, 272, 289, 297; 14:387 7 , 
387 9 . 
Spartina cynosuroides, Spheno- 

phorus sculptilis on, 1 :259. 
speciosa, Bryobia, 11:372. 

Orphulella (syn. Stenobothrus 

aequalis, S. bilineatus), 2:196. 

speciosus, Arhopalus, see Plagio- 

notus. 

Clytus, see Plagionotus. 
Glycobius, see Plagionotus. 
Plng'onotus, see Plagionotus 

speciosus. 

Sphecius, 10:515; 12:272, 359. 
Specter insect, 1:111; 9:446. 
Spectrum femoratum, see Diaphero- 

mera femorata. 
Spermophagus robiniae, 7:270. 
Speyer, Adolph, cited, 2:90; 5:201. 
speyeri, Cucullia, 9:456; 14,:307 T , 

313 8 . 
Sphaceloma ampelinum, see An- 

thracnose. 

Sphaeria morbosa, see Black knot, 
sphaerocephalus, Trichodectes, 6: 

190; 10:513. 

Sphaerophoria cylindrica, 10:377. 
Sphecidae, 7:238. 
Sphecius speciosus, 10:515; 12:272, 

359. 

Sphenophorus, signification, 1 :256. 
caryosus, 1:261. 
immunis, see S. ?placidus. 
parvulus, 1:261. 
pertinax, 1:261. 

placidus (syn. S. immunis, S. 
rectus, S. venatus Say), 1:254, 
255. 

rectus, see S. placidus. 
robustus, 1 :261, 262. 
sculptilis (syn. S. venata, 1 S. 
zeae); bibliography, 1:253-54; 
depredations, 1:257-58; de- 
scription of beetle, 1:255; de- 
tailed account, 1:253-63; dif- 
ferent names of, 1:254, 255; 



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distribution, 1:258; earliest 
notice of injuries, 1:255-57; 
food plants of allied species, 
1:260; habits, 1:262; habits 
of allied species, 1:260; injur- 
ies underestimated, 1:262-63; 
injury tq corn, 1:301-2, 305, 
318; 2:16, 52-53, 231; larvae 
of, to be found in corn, 1:262; 
living in decayed wood ? 1 :258- 
59; original food plant, prob- 
ably wild grass, 1:259-60; 2: 
53; reference, 1:301, 305, 310, 
318; 6:178; 7:376; 14:322 8 , 
326 9 , 334 4 , 336 2 ; remedies, 1: 
263. 

venata, see S. sculptilis. 
venatus Say, see S. placidus. 
zeae, see S. sculptilis. 
Sphingicampa bicolor (syn. Anisota), 

5:199. 
bisecta (syn. Anisota), 5:199; 7: 

373; 14:307 4 , 320 4 . 
heiligbrodti (syn. Anisota), 5: 

199. 

Sphingidae, duration of life, 1:340; 
6:184; flight of, -1:119; list of N. Y. 
species, 9:449; notes on, 10:507; 
14:309 7 ; parasites of, 8:187; refer- 
ence, 1:83; 5:317; 9:450, 459; 11: 
264; 14:311 T , 330 2 ; scent organs 
of, 1:71; sexual characters in 
larvae, 2:214; species treated 
of, 5:174-79; 8:242-44; studies in, 
4:164, 173; undescribed larvae, 
list (reference), 10:508. 
Sphinx, blind eyed, 11:264. 

five spotted, 7:379; 8:242, 243. 
white lined, 1:119, 327; 11:264. 
Sphinx canadensis (syn. S. plota), 4: 

137; 14:350 2 . 

Carolina, see Phlegethontius. 
celeus, see Phlegethontius. 
chersis (syn. S. cinerea), 7:318; 

10:508; 14:309 S . 
cinerea, see S. chersis. 
cingulata, see Phlegethontius. 
drupiferarum, 1:327; 10:496, 

518; 11:264; 14:309 8 , 381 8 . 
eremitis, 10:508; 14:309 8 . 
gordius, 1:327; 11:264. 
insolita, 5:317; 14,:307 8 , 339 s . 
kalmiae, 5:177; 10:508, 515; 14: 

309 s . 

myron, see Ampelophaga. 
octomaculata, see Alypia. 
pampinatrix, see Ampelophaga 

myron. 

plota, see S. canadensis. 
quinquemaculata, see Phlege- 
thontius celeus. 



Spiders, 4:114, 133; 8:289; 10:428- 

29; 12:209, 352; 14:347 T . 
Spilochalcis odontotae, see Smicra. 
Spilomyia fusca, 5:284; 7:229. 
Spilosoma Isabella, see Pyrrharctia. 
latipennis, 9:455; 14:313 6 . 
virginica, 1:317, 328; 2:83; 4- 
200; 6:169; 7:228, 304, 305; 9: 
440, 445; 10:481; 11:264; 13: 
371 s ; 14:313 5 , 360 8 , 374 T . 
Spinach, insects injurious to; 

beet leaf mining Anthomyiidae, 

2:46. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 

1:112; 8:191. 
Mainestra picta, 5:209. 
spinigera, Acronycta, 11:265. 
spinolae, Micropus, 1:302. 
spinosa, Arma, see Podisus spinosus. 
spinosus, Podisus (syn. Arma spi- 
nosa), 1:331; 2:146; 6:137; 8:238, 
300; 9:457; 12:262; 14:314 2 , 368'. 
Spiraea, insects on; 

Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224, 

287. 
Attagenus piceus (syn. A. mega- 

torna), 2:47. 

carpet beetles, 11:173; 13:367 5 . 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor- 
tyna), 1:112; 8:191. 
Tetranychus- telarius, 5:287. 
red, Lycia cognataria (syn. Am- 

phidasys) on, 2:101, 226. 
Spiraea tomentosa, see Hardback. 
Spiro bolus marginatus (syn. Julus, 

J. americanus), 1:307; 3:134. 
Spittle insects, 1:285; 4:120; 5:243- 
306; 7:365, 383; 8:300; 14:355 4 , 
357 7 , 367 s . 

Spix, J. B., cited, 2:116. 
splendorif erella, Aspidisca, 1 :166, 

330; 8:283; 11:159, 267; 14:371 4 . 
spoliana, Proteopteryx, 11:266. 
Spondylidae injuring apple trees, 

11:268. 

Sporotrichum entomophilum killing 
Galerucella luteola, 12:258, 
262. 
globuliferuin affecting chinch 

bug, 12:262; 13:369 4 . 
larvatum, 4:100. 
Sprague, P. S., cited, 1:184. 
Sprayers, power, for elm leaf beetle, 

12:263; 14:350 8 . 

Spraying and insecticides, 9:432-36; 
apparatus for, 4:202; 5:161; 
arsenical, of fruit trees while 
in blossom, 10:497; 14:370 8 ; 
directions for, 5:162, 239-40; 
nozzles for, 5:161; of grapes, 
harmless, 8:288, 329; opera- 



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tions, 7:343-45; references to 
literature on, 9:436; with cold 
water, 7:344; with insecti- 
cides, 9:414-18; 10:488. 
for aphids, 5:1G1, 256, 302; 8: 

209, 210, 213; 10:428. 
apple scab, 10:488. 
codling moth, 9:417, 433; 10:487. 
curculio, 7:358; 9:333, 417. 
elm leaf beetle, 5:239-40, 301. 
fruit tree insects, 7:359; 14: 

364. 

larch saw fly, 5:172. 
pear tree blight, 10:488. 
pear tree blister mite, 10:459. 
pear tree Psylla, 8:220; 9:329. 
quince tree blight, 10:488; 
scale insects, 6:144; 
See also Remedies and preven- 
tives. 

Spraying fruit trees while in blos- 
som, apple pests to be combated 
at this time, 11:120-22; blighting 
of blossoms, 11:119; deadly to 
bees, 11:117-18, 122-24; experi- 
ments on, 11:117-18, 122-24; in- 
terests involved diverse, 11:122; 
legislation against, 11:119; value 
of, to fruit grower, 11:120. 
spretus, Caloptenus, see Melanoplus. 
Melanoplus (syn. Caloptenus), 
1:7, 195, 304, 332; 2:196; 4:21, 
25; 6:152; 7:338; 9:332; 10:439- 
40 496; 11:271. 
Spring canker worm, see Canker 

worm. 
Spring tails, 1:79; 2:207; 6:173; 11: 

252; 14:320 6 , 324 4 . 
Spruce, insects injurious to; 
Adelges species, 2:184, 185. 
bark boring beetles, 2:53. 
Chermes abietis (syn. Adelges), 

2:185. 
strobilobius (syn. Adelges, 

A. coccineus), 2:184. 
Crypturgus pusillus (syn. C. 

atomus), 4:24. 
Dendroctonus rufipennis (syn. 

Hylurgus), 2:54. 
Georuetrid larvae, 5:260. 
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syn. 

Nematus), 5:171. 
Melanolophia canadaria (syn. 

Tephrosia), 4:21. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
Pissodes strobi, 9:345. 
Polygraphus rufipennis (syn. 

Apate), 2:54. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraefor- 

mis, 1:84. 
Tortrix fumiferana, 4:22. 



Spruce, insects injurious to; 

Urocerus albicornis, 13:340 2 , 

370 1 , 371 4 . 

Xylotrechus undulatus, 4:96. 
black, bark boring beetles injur- 
ing, 2:53. 

Norway; insects injurious to; 
Caloptenus spretus, 4:25. 
Pissodes strobi, 9:344. 
white, bark boring beetles injur- 
ing, 2:53. 
Spruce borer, 4:96. 
Spruce bud worm, 4:22. 
spumaria, Cicada, see Philaenus. 
Philaenus (syn. Cicada), 1:285; 

5:245. 

spurcus, Attagenus, see A. piceus. 
Spurge (Euphorbia cyathophora), 

Ecpantheria fed on, 12:189. 
Squash, insects injurious to; 

Anasa tristis, 2:29; 3:110; 6:169; 

8:205; 9:434; 10:494, 504. 
Aphis gossypii (syn. A. cu- 

cumeris), 8:211. 
cut worms, 5:157; 8:236. 
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 12:348. 

vittata, 8:298; 9:361. 
Epilachna borealis, 7:217; 8:126. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:120. 
Ips quadriguttatus (syn. I. 

fasciatus), 6:188. 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229. 
Margaronia nitidalis (syn. Eu- 

dioptis), 11:132. 

Melittia satyriniformis (syn. M. 
ceto, M. cucurbitae), 2:57-68; 
4:138; 5:155, 312, 313; 6:176; 
7:371; 9:434; 11:135; 14:319% 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 
Squash beetle, striped (Diabrotica 

vittata), 2:231; 14:334 5 . 
Squash bug, 1:39, 47, 63, 306, 316, 
322; 2:29, 165; 3:110-12, 147; 4: 
110, 204; 6:169; 8:205-7, 278, 288; 
9:434; 10:494, 497, 504; 11:282, 
287; 13:374 4 ; 14:345 1 , 352 2 , 360 6 , 
369 3 , 373 4 , 380 8 , 382 5 , 386 5 , 390 7 . 
See also Anasa tristis. 
Squash CoccineUa, 1:322. 
Squash vine borer, 2:28, 57-68; 5: 
155, 312, 313, 320; 6:176; 7:371; 9: 
434; 11:135, 282; 14:319 2 , 325", 
337*, 337 8 , 342% 360", 362 3 , 390 7 . 
See also Melittia satyriniformis. 
Squash vine moth, 11:282. 
Squill, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:92. 
Squirrels, gray, feeding on Cicada 

pupae, 12:288. 

Stag beetle, 1:330; 5:228; 11:268. 
Stagmomantis Carolina (syn. Mantis, 
M. iuquinata), 4:158, 162, 193; 7: 
357; 8:300; 14347V 358'. 



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Stainton, H. T., Manual of British 
butterflies and moths cited, 2:102; 
5:200; 11:145; referred to, 11:149; 
Tineina of North America 
(Clemens) cited, 1: 81, 151, 157; 2: 
102; 5:215; 11:157, 160. 
Stal, Carl, Enumeratio Hemipterorum 
cited, 1:264; 2:145; 4:156; 10:432. 
Stalk borer, 1:110-16; 2:226; 3:149; 
5:304; 6:176, 178; 7:377; 8:112, 191- 
92; 10:374, 497; 14:322 T , 326 1 , 326 9 , 
332 3 , 335 7 , 345 8 , 354 T . See also 
Hydroecia nitela. 

Standard natural history (Riverside 
natural history) cited, 2:165; 4: 
80, 107, 120; 5:227, 234, 242; 7:256, 
280, 296; 8:152; 9:300, 330; 10:388, 
477; 11:109, 127, 134, 175, 240; 12: 
191, 218, 235, 238, 264; 13:343 9 . 
Stanford, E. H., insects from, 13: 

375*. 

Stanley, T. A., insects from, 10:511. 
Staphylinidae, 1:69, 187; 5:303. 
Staphylinus cinnamopterus, 1:188. 
Starr, Francis, insects from, 10:517. 
State entomologist, Reports, contents 
of, 1st, 14:335 2 ; 2d, 14:342 2 ; 3d, 
14,:351 8 ; 4th, 14:357*; 5th, 14:362*; 
6th, 14:367 5 ; 7th, 14:374'; 8th, 14: 
381 8 ; 9th, 14:383 2 ; 10th, 14:392 7 ; 
llth, 14:395 3 ; 12th, 14:398 S ; 13th, 
14:399 8 . 
State museum, see New York state 

museum. 

Staudinger, Otto and Wocke, M. F., 
Catalogue ou Enumeration Methodi- 
que des Lepidoptcres qui habitent le 
Territoire de la Fauna Europeene 
cited, 11:146. 
Steam apparatus for spraying, 12: 

263. 
Stegania pustularia, see Physo- 

stegania. 

Steganoptycha claypoliana (syn. 
Proteoteras, Sericoris instru- 
tana in error), bibliography, 
12:214; confused with allied 
form, 12:215-16; description, 
12:216; habits compared with 
ally, 12:217; in petioles of 
maple leaves, 12:215; life his- 
tory, 12:216-17; reference, 10: 
483; 11:278, 285; 14:389 4 , 399 4 ; 
remedies, 12:211. 
pyricolana, 11:266. 
Stelidota geminata, 11:285. 
Stellaria, see Chickweed. 
Stene ferruginea, see Tribolium fer- 

rugineum. 

Stenobothrus, sense organs in, 1:69. 
aequalis, see Orphulella spe- 
ciosa. 



Stenobothrus bilineatus, see Orphu- 
lella speciosa. 
curtipennis, 2:197. 
maculipennis, see Orphulella 

pelidna. 
propinquans, see Orphulella 

pelidna. 
Stenocorus putator, see Elaphidion 

villosum. 
Stenocranus dorsalis (syn. Delphax), 

9:386, 410. 
Stenoma schlaegeri (syn. Crypto- 

lechia), 9:456. 

Stephens, J. F., Illustrations of Brit- 
ish entomology Haustellata cited, 1: 
81; Manual of British Coleoptera 
cited,7:279. 
Stereum complicatum , fungus on 

peach, 2:7; 7:374. 
Sternidius alpha, see Liopus. 
StettinerEntomologischeZeitung cited, 
2:90, 198, 203; 4:114; 5:164, 201; 7: 
225; 11:160, 234, 240. 
Stevia, Plusia rogationis (syn. P. 

dyaus) on, 2:94. 

Stewart, H., insects from, 10:517. 
Stibeutes gentilis, 12:211. 
sticticus, Brachytarsus, see B. 

variegatus. 
Stictocephala inermis (syn. Smilia), 

1:284; 9:388, 410. 
stigma, Anisota, 3:91; 5:197, 199. 
stigmatus, Cixius, 9:385. 
Stigmonota interstinctana, see 

Grapholitha. 

Stillman, C. L., insects from, 8:298. 
stimulans, Culex, 12:321. 
stimulea Empretia, see Sibine. 

Sibine (syn. Empretia), 1:328; 
5:186, 188; 6:187; 7:381; 9: 
455; 11:264; 13:371 8 ; 14:313'. 
Stink bugs, 10:431. 
Stink horn fungus, Silpha ameri- 

cana on, 11:285. 
Stiretrus anchorage, 2:146. 
Stall, Casper, Supplementband zu 
Cramer's Papillon exotiques cited, 
12:183. 

Stomoxys calcitrans, 1:299; 5:221, 
222, 225, 308; 7:333; 8:193; 9: 
444; 12:337; 13:372 9 ; 14:376'. 
cervicola MS., 5:222, 308. 
cornicola MS., 5 :220, 222, 308, 310. 
Stone, D wight, insects from, 8:297; 

11:285. 

Stonecrop, Thrips tabaci on, 11:244. 
Storm, W. W., insects from, 7:383. 
Strachan, Charles, cited, 13:353 T . 
Strachia festiva (syn. S. ornata), 1: 

270. 

histrionica, see Murgantia. 
ornata, see S. festiva. 



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stramentalis, Mesographa, see Ever- 

gestis straruinalis. 
stramentosa, Gortyna, see Hy- 

droecia. 
Hvdroecia (syn. 'Gortyna), 1: 

115. 

straminalis, Evergestis (syn. Meso- 
grapha stramentalis), 3:140; 9: 
456; 10:483; 14:313 T . 
Strategus julianus, 7:249. 
Stratiomyidae, 4:174. 
Stratton, A. H., insects from, 10: 
518; 11:285, 287, 288; 12:360, 361; 
13:373 5 . 

Straub, P., insects from, 10:509. 
Strawberry, insects, etc., injurious 

to; 

Agrotis ypsilon, 8:190. 
Allorhina nitida, 1:237; 6:183. 
Anarsia lineatella, 1:155; 7:367, 

375; 14:320 8 . 
?Anisodactylus, 9:431. 
Anthonomus signatus (A. mus- 

culus in error), 3:139; 9:431. 
Bembidium quadrimaculatum, 

3:98, 140, 146; 14:344 7 . 
Bibio albipennis, 2:113. 
Cetonia aurata of Europe, 1: 

237. 

Colaspis brunnea, 6:183. 
Corimelaena pulicaria, 5:319; 8: 

213; 14:382 6 . 
Cotalpa lanigera, 6:183. 
Euphoria inda, 1:237. 
Harpalus species ?, 9:462. 
Harpiphorus maculatus (syn. 

Emphytus), 1:42; 13:336 7 . 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Lachnosterna fusca, 6:183; 9: 

296. 

species, 11:286. 
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206. 
Lygus pratensis, 5:275; 13:351", 

353 2 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 9 : 

420. 

Mamestra picta, 5 :209. 
Monostegia ignota, 9:431. 
Nectarophora fragariae (as 

strawberry aphis), 6:183. 
Nysius angustatus, 5:321. 
Otiorhynchus ovatus, 6:189; 7: 

360; 10:416, 418. 
sulcatus, 2:51; 13:374'. 
tenebricosus, 2:52. 
Peridrorna saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:205. 

Serica tristis, 14:371*. 
Systena frontalis, 4:156. 

taeniata (syn. S. blaiida), 4: 

156. 
thousand legged worms, 1:307. 



Strawberry, insects, etc., injurious 

to; 
Thrips species, 11:249, 250; 14: 

348". 

Tyloderina fragariae, 6:183; 10: 
. 418. 

Typophorus canellus (syn.Paria 
aterrirna), 6:183, 188; 7:360; 
9:463; 10:495; 14:381 2 . 
Strawberry aphis, 6:183. 
Strawberry crown borer (Tyloder- 

rua), 1:155; 10:418; 14:320 S , 329 7 . 
Strawberry crown girdler, 10:418. 
Strawberry leaf folder, 4:16. 
Strawberry leaf roller, neat, 11:266. 
Strawberry root beetles, 2:35. 
Strawberry root borer (Anarsia), 1: 

155. 

Strawberry Thrips, 4:198. 
Strawberry weevil, 10:511. 
Strawberry worm (Emphytus), 1 :42. 
Strawsonizer, an insecticide ma- 
chine, 9:417-18. 

Stretch, R. H., Illustrations of the 
Zygaemdae and Bombycidae of 
North America cited, 5:180; 12:183. 
striata, Gypona, 9:410. 
Sciophila, 10:392. 
Thrips, erroneous reference of 

T. tabaci. 

Strickland, R.W., insects from, 12:359. 
Strickland, W. J., insects from, 6 :187. 
strigosa, Thecla, see T. liparops. 
strigosus, Bittacus, 10:473-80; 12: 

.352; 14:393*. 
striolata, Haltica, see Phyllotreta 

vittata. 

Phyllotreta, see P. vittata. 
strobi, Bythoscopus, see Phlepsius. 
Eriosoma, see Lachnus. 
Lachnus (syn. Eriosoma, 
Schizoneura), 3:125; 9:409, 
411, 412. 
Phlepsius (syn. Bythoscopus), 9: 

398, 410. 
Pissodes, 3:141; 4:20, 23; 9:344- 

45; 10:498; 14:383 3 . 
Schizoneura, see Lachnus. 
strobilobius, Adelges; see Chermes. 
Chermes (syn. Adelges coccin- 
eus, Chermes atratus, C. lari- 
cis), 1:46; 2:183, 184, 185,187. 
Strong, Joseph, insects from, 11:288. 
Strong, W. R., insects from, 11:286; 

13:371 3 . 

Strymon titus (syn. Thecla), 7:219. 
Stuart, C. W., reference, 13:359 2 . 
Sturgis, Fred, insects from, 10:516. 
Sturgis and Britton cited, 12:254. 
Sturm, Jacob, Deutschlands Fauna 

cited, 2:136. 
stygius, Asellus, 9:348. 



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58i 



Stylopidae, parasitic on wasps and 

bees, 1:79. 

Stylopyga orientals, see Periplaneta. 
subarmatus, Bruchus, erroneus 

reference of B. obtectus. 
subbifasciata, Coelidia, see Jassus 

olitorius. 

subellipticus, Bruchus, see B. obtec- 
tus. 

subfurcata, Panorpa, 10:478. 
subgothica, Agrotis, see Feltia. 

Feltia (syn. Agrotis), 1:303,340; 

10:377, 482, 519; 12:360. 
subjuncta, Hadena, see Mamestra. 
Mamestra (syn. Hadena), 1:58; 

8:235; 11:265. 
subsericea, Formica, 12:182; 14,: 

399 2 . 

subsignarius, Ennomos (syn. 
Geometra niveosericearia), 1:329; 
2:69, 76, 77; 11:121, 266. 
subspinosus, Macrodactylus, see 

Macrodactylus subspinosus. 
Melolontha, see Macrodactylus. 
succinctus, Capsus, see Largus. 
Cimex, see Largus. 
Largus (syn. Capsus, Cimex, C. 
rubrocinctus, Lygaeus), 2:164- 
67; 6:183; 14:329", 342 8 . 
Lygaeus, see Largus. 
Suctoria, 4:190, 191. 
Sugar mite, 3:129; 5:294; 8:293. 
suis, Haematopinus, see H. urius. 
sulcans, Anthomyia, see Pegomyia 

betae. 
sulcata, Phasgonophora (syn. 

Smicra gigantea), 1:86. 
sulcatum, Orthosorna, see O. brun- 

neum. 
sulcatus, Otiorhynchus, 2:51; 10: 

418; 11:269; 13:374". 
sulcifrons, Tabanus, 9:462. 
Sulfur, plugging trees with, 5:300; 

10:495; 14:353 3 , 381 2 , 390 7 . 
sulphurea, Arphia, 9:330. 
Sumac, insects affecting; 
Datana conspicua, 7:382. 
Pemphigus rhois (syn. Mela- 
phis), 10:503; 12:290; 14:385". 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143. 
smooth, insects affecting; 

Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

230. 

Pemphigus rhois, 12:291. 
staghorn, insects affecting; 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

230. 

Orthaltica copalina, 5:271. 
Pemphigus rhois (syn. Mela- 
phis), 3:142; 12:291. 



Sumac gall aphis, 10:503; 12:290-92; 

14-.399 7 . 

Summers, H. E., cited, 13:353 8 . 
Sun [New York] cited, 8:141, 283; 

14:371 8 . 
Sunday morning press [Albany] 

cited, 14:310 3 . 

Sunflower, insects affecting; 
Murgantia histrionica, 2:56. 
Trypeta longipennis, 3:137. 
wild, Ecpantheria ocularia (syn. 
E. scribonia) feeding on, 12:189. 
supernotatus, Psenocerus, 1 :321, 

331; 3:138; 11:268. 
surinamensis, Silpha, 12:361. 

Silvanus, 1:40, 330; 6:107, 188; 

7:331; 9:308, 462; 10:495; 11: 

267; 12:361; 13:373 2 ; 14:380 9 . 

Survey of the Adirondack region of 

New York, Report (Colvin) cited, 

2:90. 

suturalis, Hispa, erroneous refer- 
ence of Odontota dorsalis. 
Idiocerus, 9:399. 
Odontota, erroneous reference 

of O. dorsalis. 
Tomicus, 2:54. 
suturellus, Dysdercus (syn. Pyr- 

rhocoris), 2:166; 6:183. 

Pyrrhocoris, see Dysdercus. 

Swallow tail, yellow banded, 9:336; 

10:498; 14:383 7 . 

Sweet, W. W., insects from, 5:325. 
Sweet alyssum, see Alyssum, sweet. 
Sweet brier galled by Rhodites, 11: 

281; 14:390 2 . 
Sweet flag, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4: 

92. 

Sweet pea, see Pea, sweet. 
Sweet potato beetle, 14:366'. 
Sweet potato weevil, 3:154; 14:347 2 . 
Swine feeding on army worms, 12: 

208. 
Swinnerton, H. U., insects from, 4: 

205; 5:324, 325; 8:296. 
Swiss Cross, abstracts from, 4:195; 

9:448; 14:347 8 . 

Sycamore, insects injurious to;; 
Corythuca ciliata, 4:107, 108. 
Halisidota tessellaris, 5:308. 
Tremex columba, 2:227; 4:38. 
sycophanta, Anthonomus, 5:173. 

Calosoma, 10:491; 14-.379 7 . 
sylvatica, Clisiocampa, sec C. dis- 

stria. 
sylvaticana, Argyrolepia, see Ypsolo- 

phus pornetellus. 
Symmerista albifrons (syn. Edema), 

9:456; 14:313. 

Symphoricarpum racemosus, see 
Snowberry. 



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Sympiezus uroplatae, 12:267. 
Synchlora albolineata, see S. glau- 

caria. 

glaucaria (syn. Aplodes, A. rubi- 
vora, Eunemoria gracilaria, 
Synchlora albolineata, S.rubi- 
vora, S. rubivoraria), 8:105, 
129-33, 285; 10:497; 14:372 3 , 
382 2 . 

rubivora, see S. glancaria. 
rubivoraria, see S. glaucaria. 
Synchroa punctata, 11:269. 
Synelys enucleata (syn. Acidalia), 

10:483. 

Syneta albida, 11:269. 
Syngamus trachealis, 3:142; 14:343 T , 

343 8 , 345 7 . 

synochitis, Erastia, 10:482. 
Syracuse journal cited, 11:182. 
Syracuse morning standard cited, 6: 

178; 14:327 1 . 
Syracuse union cited, 10:500; 14: 

384. 

Syringa, insects injurious to; 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:287. 
Podosesia syringae, 9:338. 
Syringa borer, 9:338; 10:498; 14: 

383 7 . 
syringae, Podosesia, 9:338, 461; 10: 

498; 14:383 7 . 
Syrpbid larvae preying on plant lice, 

12:350; 13:362". 

Syrphidae, rat tail larvae of, 6:173; 
8:287; reference, 1:168; 5:284; 7: 
219; 10:377; 11:106; scarcity of, 
12:308; species treated of, 1:211- 
16; 2:116-17; 7:228-34; studies in, 
4:174; 7:229. 

Syrphus arcuatus, 11:284. 
Syrphus flies, 1:302, 313; 2:186; 3: 

116; 7:363; 9:440; 11:276. 
Systasia (syn. Lintneria), 7:371. 
Systena, red headed, (S. frontalis), 

4:156. 

Systena bitaeniata, see S. taeniata. 
blanda, see S. taeniata. 
elongata, 9:344. 
frontalis, 4:156; 9:297, 343, 344, 

422, 463; 10:498; 14:383 9 . 
hudsonias, 13:373 9 . 
ligata, see S. taeniata. 
marginalis, 4:156. 
mitis, see S. taeniata. 
ochracea, see S. taeniata. 
taeniata (syn. S. bitaeniata, S. 
blanda, S. ligata, S. mitis, S. 
ochracea), 4:155-57, 198, 207; 
9:344, 375; 14:348 9 , 358*. 

tabaci, Thrirs, see Thrips tabaci. 
Tabanidae, 4:174; 6:116; 7:219, 



Tabanus, Linnean genus, 1:191. 

atratus, 7:364; 11:285; 13:372 T ; 

14:366 9 . 

bovinus, 4:199; 6:115. 
lineola, 9:462. 
reinwardtii, 13:371 T . 
sulcifrons, 9:462. 

Taber, W. F., insects from, 10:516. 
Tachina mella (syn. T. orgyiae), 2: 

78. 

orgyiae, see T. mella. 
species parasitic on bag worm, 
1:87; on cut worms, 8:238; on 
hag moth caterpillar, 5:192; 
on vagabond Crambus, 1:145- 
46; on violet Nephelodes, 1: 
103, 110. 
vivida, see Bombyliomyia ab- 

rupta. 

Tachina fly, 11:138; 12:210. 
red tailed, 12:210. 
yellow tailed, 12:210. 
Tachinidae, beneficial, 8:275; para- 
sitic on cut worms, 5:323; on 17- 
year Cicada, 2:178; reference, 1: 
145; 5:285. 

Tachypterus quadrigibbus (syn. 
Anthonomus), 1:60, 331; 4.201; 6: 
174; 9:419; 11:270; 14:324 8 . 
Tachys incurvus, 5:303; 14:354*. 
taeniata, Systena (syn. S. bitaeni- 
ata, S. blanda, S. ligata, S. mitis, 
S. ochracea), 4:155-57, 198, 207; 
9:344, 375; 14:348 9 , 358 2 . 
Taeniocampa alia (syn. Orthosia in- 

stabilis), 1:328; 11:265. 
pacifica, 11:265. 
rufula, 11:265. 
taeniopus, Oscinis, 1:225. 
taeniorhynchus, Culex (syn. C. dam- 

nosus), 12:321. 
Taft, L. R., and Davis, G. C., cited, 

12:254. 

talidiformis, Crambodes, 10:482. 
Tamarack, see Larch, 
tamarisci, Nanophyes, 4:154. 
Tamarix, Nanophyes tamarisci in- 
festing, 4:154. 
Tanacetum, see Tansy. 
Tanner, M., insects from, 13:371 6 . 
Tansy, insects frequenting; 

Coleothrips trif asciata, 1 :303. 
Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 

lateralis in error), 4:73. 
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277. 
tarandi, Oedemagena, 6:111. 
Taraxacum, see Dandelion, 
tarquinius, Feniseca, see Feniseca 

tarquinius. 
tarsata, Hylemyia, 1:171. 



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583 



Tartarian honeysuckle, insects in- 
jurious to; 
saw fly, 1:42. 
Zaraea inflata, 1:42. 
Tartarian honeysuckle berries, 
army worm moths feeding on, 12: 
202, 203. 

Taschenberg, E. L., Brehms Tier- 
leben, Neunter Band, Die Insekten, 
Tausendfusser und Spinnen cited, 
11:175, 178, 24], 250. 
Tassel worm, 1:121. 
tau, Aglia, of Europe, 5:188; 13: 

343". 

taurina, Ceresa, 1:331; 11:270. 
Taylor, A. C., insects from, 8:299. 
Taylor, R. E., insects from, 10:510. 
Telamona, genus defined, 9:390. 
ampelopsidis, 9:391. 
concava, 9:390. 
coryli (syn. T. tristis), 9:391, 

410. 

fagi, see Heliria scalaris. 
fasciata (syn. T. unicolor), 9: 

390, 410. 

inonticola (syn. T. querci), 9: 

391, 410. 

querci, see T. monticoia. 
reclivata, 9:391. 
tristis, see T. coryli. 
unicolor, see T. fasciata. 
telarius, Tetranychus, 2:31; 3:129; 
4:203; 5:287, 321; 6:159; 8:255; 9: 
432; 11:249; 14:341", 350 9 , 351 4 . 
Telea polyphernus, 2:77; 3:140; 9: 
456; 10:481, 493, 515; 11:265, 285; 
13:350"; 14:313 5 , 380 4 . 
Telenomus, parasite of Orgyia 
(Notolophus) and Anasa eggs, 2: 
79; 3:111. 

Telephoridae, 4:85; 8:174. 
Telephorus larvae from a well, 8: 

174. 
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:109, 173-74, 

298; 10:497; 14:382 7 . 
Carolina, 8:173. 

Temnostoma alternans, 7:229. 
tenax, Eristalis (syn. Helophilus), 
1:212; 6:188; 7:229, 233, 363, 
382; 9:462; 10:510, 519; 11: 
284; 13:372 8 ; 14,:366 7 . 
Helophilus, see Eristalis. 
tenebricosus, Aspidiotus, 10:518; 

11:221. 

Otiorhynchus, 2:52. 
Tenebrio molitor, 2:138; 4:200, 207; 
8:110, 176-77, 299, 300; 9:308, 
442; 10:497; 14:350 4 , 375 T , 
382 8 . 

obscurus, 8:110, 177; 9:307-9, 
442, 463; 10:498; 14:375 6 , 383*. 
tenebrioides, Zabrus (syn. Z. gib- 
bus), of Europe, 3:99. 



Tenebrioides corticalis, 11:267. 
mauritanica, 4:207; 12:362. 
nana (syn. Trogosita), 1:330; 11: 

267. 
Tenebrionides, 1:69; 2:136, 139; 4: 

23; on apple, 11:269. 
tenera, Cycnia (syn. Euchaetes col- 

laris), 9:455; 14:313*. 
Tennessee, Report on the economic 
entomology ot (Doran), cited, 7:256. 
Tennessee agricultural experiment 
station, Bulletin cited, 12:273; 13: 
353 2 . 

Tent caterpillars, see Apple tree tent 

caterpillar, Forest tent caterpillar. 

Tenthredinidae, 1:42, 249; 3:87-90; 

4:44; 5:164, 173, 197; 7:223, 238, 

354; 13:335 2 -37 9 . 

Tenthredo rufopectus (syn. Allan- 
tus) bibliography, 13:335 2 ; boring 
habits of larva, 13:336 8 ; descrip- 
tion, 13:336 8 -37 5 ; distribution, 
13:337 7 ; injuring currants, 13:335 7 ; 
life history and habits, 13:337 9 ; 
reference, 12:308, 359; 14:399 8 , 
400 3 ; remedy, 13:337 9 . 
Tephritis melliginis, see Rivellia 

viridulans. 

onopordinis, 1:49, 52. 
Tephroclystis luteata (syn. Eupi- 

thecia), 4:20, 21. 
Tephrosia, scent organs, 1:72. 

canadaria, see Melanolophia. 
Teras Cinderella, see T. minuta var. 
malivorana, see T. minuta. 
minuta (syn. T. malivorana), 1: 

329; 11:121, 266. 
var. Cinderella (syn. T. Cin- 
derella), 1:329; 11:266. 
oxycoccana, 11:266. 
terentius, Nisoniades, see TJianaos. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334. 

tergata, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Chlorotettix (syn. Bythoscopus 

tergatus), 9:398, 410. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

297. 

tergatus, Bythoscopus, see Chloro- 
tettix tergata. 
Termes divinatorium, see Atropos 

divinatoria. 

flavipes, 9:454; 11:272; 14:312. 
terminalis, Rhogas, 12:192, 211. 
terminatus, Scymnus, 2:186. 
Termitidae, 4:176. 
ternarius, Bonibus, 11:104. 
ternata, Choisya, 9:461. 
terrestris, Lumbricus (earth worm), 

7:378; 14:322 9 . 
terricola, Bombus, 11:104. 
tesselatum, Anobium, see Xestobium 
rufovillosum. 



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tessellaris, Halisidota, 5:308; 10: 

481; 14:356'. 

tessellata, Agrotis, see Carneades. 
Carneades (syn. Agrotis, A. ni- 
gricans var. maizi), 7:375,382; 
11:265; 14:321 9 . 
Eriosoma, see Pemphigus. 
Pemphigus (syn. Eriosoma, 
Schizoneura), 2:181; 3:125; 4: 
208; 8:109, 170; 9:346-47, 408, 
411, 413, 463; 10:498; 14:383*. 
Pyrgus, see Hesperia montivaga. 
Sehizoneura, see Pemphigus, 
testa cea, Clastoptera, see C. obtusa. 
testaceum, Tribolium, see T. ferru- 

giueum. 
tethys, Catodaulis (syn. Daimio), 1: 

336. 

Daimio, see Catodaulis. 
tetracantha, Homalomyia, 1:171. 
Tetracis crocallata, 10:483. 

lorata, see Sabulodes. 
tetragrammicus, Myrmeleon, 11:240. 
Tetramorium caespitum, 11:113. 
Tetranychus telarius, 2:31; 3:129; 4: 
203; 5:287, 321; 6:159; 8:255; 9: 
432; 11:249; 14:341, 350 9 , 351*. 
Tetrastichus fraterna (syn. Tricho- 

gramma), 1:303; 2:79. 
orgyiae, 2:79. 
parasitic on Cecidomyia, 4:27, 

205. 

species, 11:165. 

Tettigonia, three dotted, 9:395. 
Tettigonia bifida, 9:395. 
octolineata, see Gypona. 
rosae, see Typhlocyba. 
tripunctata, 9:395. 
vitis, see Typhlocyba comes var. 
Tettigonides, 9:396. 402. 
Tettigoniidae, Fitch species, 1:300. 
Tettix cucullata. 2:197. 
granulata, 2:197. 
ornata, 2:197. 
sordida, 2:197. 
species, 9:330. 
triangularis, 2:197. 
Texas cattle tick, 6:156. 
Texas fly (Haematobia serrata), 5: 

220, 226, 307, 308; 7:333; 14:356 2 . 
texensis, Achorutes, see Schoturus. 
Schoturus (syn. Achorutes), 2: 

206. 

textor, Hyphantria, see H. cunea. 
textula, Heterogenea, see H. flex- 

uosa. 
Thacker, W. A., insects from, 12: 

360. 

Thalessa atrata (syn. Rhyssa), 2:227, 
280: 4:37, 40, 41; 5:305; 9:454; 
10:509; 11:279, 284; 13:367', 



371 3 ; 14:332 5 , 333 7 , 335', 361, 

39T 6 . 
lunator (syn. Ichneumon, Pirn- 

pla, Rhyssa), 2:227; 4:35-41, 

205; 5:305, 311; 6:171, 186; 8: 

163-66; 9:454; 10:497; 11:279, 

284; 12:262, 359; 14:332", 337 2 , 

355 3 , 357*, 382 4 , 389. 
nitida, 4:41. 
nortoni, 4:41. 
quebecensis, 4:41. 
Thamnotettix, clitellarius (syn. By- 

thoscopus), 9:398, 410. 
Thanaos, 14:336 4 . 

afranius (syn. Nisoniades), 14: 

307 1 , 321*. 
ausonius (syn. Nisoniades), 9: 

449; 14:306 8 , 311 7 . 
brizo (syn. Nisoniades), 1:336, 

337; 7:375; 14:321*. 
funeralis (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

333, 334, 336; 7:375; 14:321*. 
horatius (syn. Nisoniades, N. vir- 

gilius), 1:334. 
icelus (syn. Nisoniades), 1:335, 

336, 337; 6:180; 7:375; 9:449; 

14:306 T , 311*, 321*, 327 7 . 
juvenalis (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

333, 334, 335, 338; 6:180; 7: 

375; 14:321 B , 327 T . 
lucilius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:336; 

7:375; 9:449; 14:306 8 , Sir, 

321. 
martiaiis (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334; 7:375; 14:321*. 
naevius (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

333, 334, 336; 6:180; 14:307 2 , 
327 7 . 

pacuvius (syn. Nisoniades), 7: 

375; 14:307 2 , 321*. 
persius (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334, 335, 336; 4:137; 7:375; 9: 
449; 14:321*, 350 2 , 357". 

petronius (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334; 6:180; 14:307 2 , 327 T . 
propertius (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334, 335; 6:180; 14:327 6 . 
somnus (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

336; 6:180; 14:306 8 , 327 7 . 
terentius (syn. Nisoniades), 1: 

334. 
tristis (syn. Nisoniades), 14: 

321*. 
Thanasimus dubius, 4:142; 14:350 3 , 

357 9 . 

tharos, Phyciodes, 4:137. 
Thaxter, Dr Roland, cited, 1:99; 11: 

242, 250; insects from, 7:382. 
thaxteri var. lambda, Xylina, 7:375; 

14:321 9 . 
Thecla, streaked, 1:327; 11:264. 



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585 



Tliecla arsace, see Incisalia irus. 
calanus, 11:2C4. 
henrici, see Incisalia irus. 
irus, see Incisalia. 
liparops (syn. T.strigosa), 1:327; 
4:137; 7:219; 11:264; 14:357". 
strigosa, see T. liparops. 
titus, see Strymon. 
Theclinae, sexual character in, 2: 

214. 
Thelaxes, 3:151. 

ulmicola, see Colopha. 
Thelia, two spotted, 9:392. 
Thelia bimaculata, 1:284; 9:392. ' 
binotata, see Enchenopa. 
crataegi, 1:284; 9:392; 11:270. 
univittuta, 1:284; 9:392. 
Tholyphonus gigauteus, 6:190. 
Theobald, F. V., An account of 
British flies cited, 8:141; 10:388; 
11:162. 

Theoclytes chlorophaea (syn. Man- 
tis), 4:162. 

Therioplectes cinctus, 13:372 8 . 
Thermobia furnorum (syn. Lepisma 

domestica), 4:179; 6:190; 10:519. 
theseusalis, Botis, see Pyrausta. 

Pyrausta (syn. Botis), 10:483. 
Thistle, insects affecting; 

Blissus leucopterus, 2:149. 
Hydroecia cataphracta (syn. 

Gortyna), 1:115. 

sow, Phytomyza chrysanthemi 
(P. lateralis in error) mining, 
4:77. 

thomae, Sciara, 5:264; 10:390. 
Thomas, A. T., insects from, 3:141. 
Thomas, Cyrus, cited, 1:116, 228, 
233, 239, 264; 2:57, 89, 126, 149, 
180, 188; 4:20, 158; 5:207, 227, 246, 
253; 6:147; 7:255, 279; 9:317; 10: 
408; 12:191, 235, 237, 243, 290,291; 
13:352 4 ; quoted, 12:314. 
Thomas, G. H., insects from, 6:188. 
Thomas, R. W., insects from, 6:189. 
Thompson, E. H., cited, 12:193. 
Thompson, Mrs G. B., insects from, 

13:375 2 . 

thoracica, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Chrysopila, 9:462. 
Clisiocampa, see C. disstria var. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1: 

297. 

Oedionychis, 13:373". 
Silpha, of Europe, 4:180. 
thoracicus, Anthrenus, see A. scroph- 

ulariae var. 
Thorn, Samuel, insects from, 11: 

285. 

Thorn, black, Quince curculio on, 
2:11. 



Thorn apple leaf miner, 1:330; 11: 

267. 
Thorn bush tree hopper, 1:284; 11: 

270. 
Thorn curculio, (Anthonomus 

crataegi), 1:331; 11:270. 
Thorn leaf Aphis, 9:406. 
Thorybes electra (syn. Eudamus), 1: 

338; 6:179; 14:307 2 , 327*, 336*. 
Thousand legged worms, attacking 
garden vegetables, 1:307; attack- 
ing geraniums, 5:307; attacking 
lilies, 9:372, 441; beneath carpets, 
5:296; in greenhouses, 12:300-3, 
349; in nursery, 2:229; in potatoes, 
3:131-33; 10:445-49, 487. 489; refer- 
ence, 4:128; 8:199, 231; 14:333% 
355", 375 s , 377", 391 a ; remedies for, 
3:134-35. 

thraso, Anchylodes, 1:336. 
Thricolepis simulator, 11:269. 
Thripidae, characters of, 11:247; 
classification, 1:79; 2:31; 8:254; 
general habits, 2:31; literature of, 
11:247-50; reference, 1:303; 14,: 
348 9 ; species treated of, 11:241-47; 
studies in, 2:56. 
Thrips, 11:247; 14:354 T . 

three banded, 1:303. 
Thrips allii, see Thrips tabaci. 

cerealium, 1:303; 11:248, 249. 
secalina, 11:246. 
species attacking cabbage, 9: 
445; depredating on apple 
4ree, 1:332; fungus attacking, 
7:316; injuring grass, 3:97-98; 
5:304; in Lasioptera galls, 4: 
66; 11:249; in strawberry 
blossoms, 4:198; on wheat, 1: 
303; reference, 7:366, 384; 9: 
377; 11:241, 242, 249. 
striata, erroneous reference of 

T. tabaci. 

tabaci (syn. T. allii; T. striata 

and Limothrips tritici in 

error), 11:241-47; 12:357; 13: 

363 8 ; 14:376 7 , 395 9 , 400 4 . 

tritici, 1:303; 11:248, 249, 250, 

271. 

"Thrips" (leaf hoppers), attacking 
grapes, 5:302; 8:253-56; 9:430; in 
green houses, 2:29-30; 5:302; on 
rose leaves, 8:256-57; remedies, 2: 
29-30, 38. 
Throop, Mrs C. W., insects from, 

11:288. 
Thrushes feeding on Cicada, 12: 

289. 

thuiella, Bucculatrix, 1:162. 
Thuja, Bucculatrix thuiella on, 1: 

162. 
occidentalis, see Arbor vitae. 



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Thunberg, C. P., Gottingische gelelirte 

Anzeigen unter Aufsicht der Konigl. 

Gesettschaft der Wissenschaften 

cited, 12:264. 

Thunbergia, Tetranyclius telarius 

on, 5:287. 

thyatiroides, Plusia, 10:377. 
Thymelicus genus, 7:371. 

lineola (syn. Hesperia), 4:127. 
Thyreus abbotii, 2:214; 5:175, 177, 
306, 324; 6:187; 7:381; 9:451, 461; 
10:502, 509; 11:280; 12:359; 13: 
371 6 ; 14:312 2 , 355 3 , 385 4 , 390 1 . 
thyrldopterigis, Hemiteles, 1:85. 
Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis 
(syn. Aegeria, Hymenopsyche 
coniferarum, Oiketicus, Sphinx), 
bag or larval case, 1:81-83; bib- 
liography, 1:81; classification of, 
difficulties in, 1:83-84; detailed 
account, 1:81-87; distribution, 1: 
84; food plants, 1:84, 328; 4:20,21; 
general account (abstract), 4:203- 
4; 5:321; 6:177; 10:494; natural 
enemies, 1:84-87; on quince, 7:306; 
oviposition of, 2:74-75; reference, 
1:81; 6:187; 7:381; 9:440; 10:509; 
11:264, 285; 14:326 2 , 335 6 , 341 5 , 
351 7 , 374 s , 380 7 ; remedies, 1:33, 57, 
87; sense organs of, 1:72-73; 2: 
74-75. 
Thysanoptera, 1:79; 2:31; 8:254; 9: 

445; 11:241-50, 271. 
Thysanura, 1:79; 2:287; 4:167; 10: 

513, 519; 11:251-54, 272; 14:308 5 . 
thysbe, Hemaris (syn. Sesia), 10: 

507; 14:309 8 . 

var. ruficaudis, Hemaris (syn. 
Sesia uniformis), 10:494; 14: 
380 7 . 

Sesia, sec Hemaris. 
tibialis, Chloropisca (syn. Oscinis), 

1:225. 

Oscinis, see Chloropisca. 
Phanerotoma (syn. Sigalphus), 

11:156. 

Sigalphus, see Phanerotoma. 
tibicen, Cicada (syn. C. pruinosa), 1: 
331; 4:196, 202; 6:189; 7:383; 
9:410; 10:517, 518, 519; 11: 
270; 12:274, 363; 13:374 6 ; 14: 
348 3 , 350 8 . 
Tibicen rimosa, see Cicada. 

septendecim, see Cicada, 
tibullus, Nisoniades, 1:335. 
Ticks, 1:49, 62; 5:290. 
Tiger beetle, 12:209, 320. 
Tilia, Cecidomyia balsamicola on, 

4:63. 

americana, see Linden, 
tiliae, Coccus, see Lecanium tulipi- 

ferae. 
Lecanium, see L. tulipiferae. 



tiliaria, Erannis (syn. Hybernia), 1: 

72, 329; 11:266. 
Hybernia, see Erannis. 
tilicola, Sciara, 5:265. 
Tillinghast, F. N., insects from, 6: 

190. 

Timber beetles, 4:26. 
Timber borers, 4:195. 
Times [Albany] cited, 7:359; 8:290; 

9:454, 459. 

timida MS., Anthornyia, 1:195. 
Timothy, insects injurious to; 
Blissus leucopterus, 13:361 T . 
.Bryobia pratensis, 7:322. 
Leucania albilinea, 4:56; 10: 

492; 14:379 9 . 
species, 9:457; 14:314 2 . 
unipuncta, 12:197, 309. 
Pyralis costalis, 11:150. 
Thrips species, 5:153, 304. 
wire worms, 8:197. 
Tinea granella, see Sitotroga cere- 

alella. 
iridella, see Incurvaria aceri- 

foliella. 

pellionella, 1:64; 2:44; 4:140, 
174; 5:187; 11:276; 14:350 3 , 
357 9 , 388 5 . 
Tineid mining in hemlock, 4:22, 59- 

60; on elms, 9:462. 
Tineidae, number of species on oak, 
1:4; reference, 4:165, 181; species 
depredating on the apple tree, list 
of, 1:329-30; 11:267; species 
treated of, 1:151-67; 2:102-10; 5: 
215-19, 260-61; 8:133-40; 10:377-86. 
Tingis arcuata, see Corythuca. 
ciliata, see Corythuca. 
cydoniae, 1:311. 
hyalina, see Corythuca ciliata. 
pyri, of Europe, 1:311. 
Tingitidae, 4:107-9. 
Tip worms, 10:373. 
Tiphia inornata, 8:238. 
Tipula, a Linnean genus, 1:191. 
Tipulae, 10:474. 
Tipulid larvae, 5:325; 11:283. 
Tipulidae, 1:297; 7:210, 316; 9:462. 
tipuliformis, Aegeria, see Sesia. 

Sesia (syri. Aegeria), 1:8; 2:60, 

216. 

Tischeria malifoliella, bibliography, 
11:160; distribution, 11:162; food 
plants, 11:162; injuries, 11:161; 
insect described, 11:160; life his- 
tory, 11:161; mines, 11:161; refer- 
ence, 1:330; 3:137, 140; 6:187; 7: 
354; 9:445, 462; 11:267; 12:357; 14: 
376 7 , 395 9 ; remedy, 11:162. 
titea, Rhaphidodemas (syn. Phigalia 

cinctaria), 1:329; 11:266. 
titillator, Monohammus, erroneous 
reference of M. confusor. 



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587 



titus, Strymon (syn. Tbecla), 7:219. 

Thecla, see Strymon. 
tityrus, Epargyreus (syn. Eudamus), 

1 :337. 

Eudamus, see Epargyreus. 
tityus, Dynastes (syn. Geotrypes, 
Scarabaeus), 2:227; 5:227-31, 
321; 7:246-55; 9:342, 440, 444, 
463; 10:498; 11:274; 14:332 5 , 
341 s , 362 8 , 374 5 , 376 4 , 383 8 , 387 T . 
Geotrypes, see Dynastes. 
Scarabaeus, see Dynastes. 
Tmetocera ocellana, food plants, 1: 
329; 7:355; ravages, 4:14; 7:216, 
306-7, 363; 8:124; 9:296, 373; ref- 
erence. 4:206; 7:382; 8:281, 283, 
288, 297; 9:293, 440, 462; 10:483, 
490, 510, 516; 11:121, 156, 266; 12: 
307; 14:366 5 , 370 7 , 371 4 , 373 7 , 374 s , 
378 5 , 379 1 ; remedies, 7:307; 8:218, 
219; 10:488. 
Toad eating army worm, 12:193, 

209. 

Toad spittle, 4:120. 
Tobacco, insects injurious to; 
cut worms, 5:159; 8:236. 
Dynastes tityus, 5:231, 321. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:120. 
Julidae, 10:519. 
Lathridius pulicarius, 6:183. 
Lygus pratensis (syn. L. lineo- 

laris), 6:189; 13:352". 
Melanopltis femur-rubrum, 6: 

152. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:200. 
Phlegethontius Carolina (syn. 

Sphinx), 8:242. 
celeus (syn. Sphinx quin- 
quemaculata), 7:379; 8: 
242. 

Sitodrepa panicea, 4:88. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:245. 
Tobacco worm, see Tomato worm. 
Tolype laricis (syn. Gastropacha, G. 
velleda var. minuta, Planosa), 
1:87-99; 4:20, 21; 14:335 8 . 
velleda (syn. Planosa), 1:98, 328; 

9:455; 11:265; 14:313 3 . 
Tomato, insects injurious to; 
Agrotis ypsilon, 1:58. 
Aphis nerii, 3:122. 
silybi, 3:122. 
solannina, 3:122. 
Coptocycla clavata, 5:322; 6: 

126. 

cut worms, 1:58, 64; 8:236. 
Epicauta cinerea, 6:134; 12:354; 

14:328 8 . 

vittata, 6:132, 182. 
Epitrix cucumeris, 13:373'. 
Heliothis armiger, 1:120; 7:382. 



Tomato, insects injurious to; 

Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 
1:112; 3:135, 140, 148; 8:191; 
14:345 8 . 
Nectarophora solani (syn. Siph- 

onophora), 3:122. 
Phlegethontius celeus (syn. 
Sphinx quinquemaculata), 1: 
73; 7:379. 

Plusia brassicae, 2:91. 
Rhopalosiphum solani (syn. Me- 

goura) 3:121, 149. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:245. 
Tomato rot, 4:185. 
Tomato sphinx, see Tomato worm. 
Tomato worm (Heliothis armiger), 

1:120. 

Tomato worm, or tobacco worm, 1: 
56, 119, 322; 5:186; 7:379; 13:371 7 , 
14:323. 
tomentosus, Eupogonius, 11:269. 

Necrophorus, 5:289. 
Tomicus balsameus (syn. Pityogenes 
howardi, Tomicus species), 2: 
54. 

curvidens, of Europe, 2:54. 
laricis, of Europe, 2:54. 
mail, see Monarthrum. 
species, see T. balsameus. 
suturalis, 2:54. 

tvnofirraphus (syn. Bostrichus), 
* 2:55. 
Tomocerus plumbeus (syn. Podura 

bicolor), 2:205, 244. 
Tompkins, G. O., insects from, 4:208. 
Tompkins, S. G., insects from, 13: 

374 7 . 

torpidus, Agrilus, see A. anxius. 
Tortoise beetles, 1:33, 57; 4:196. 

clubbed, 5:322; 6:126-27; 13: 

374 2 ; 14:341 7 , 367 s . 
golden, 1:306; 6:125-26; 7:276; 

14:320 9 , 367 8 . 
Tortricid moth, 11:278. 
Tortricidae, 1:57, 329; 4:151, 152; 5: 
213; 10:483; 11:152-56, 266; 12: 
214, 217. 

Tortricidia fasciola (syn. Litha- 
codes), 1:328; 9:456; 11:264; 14: 
313 5 . 
Tortricodes bifidalis, see Gaberasa 

ambigualis. 

indivisalis, see Gaberasa ambig- 
ualis. 

Tortrix fumiferana, 4:20, 22; 10:483. 
furvana, see Cacoecia argyros- 

pila. 
v-signata, see Cacoecia argyros- 

pila. 

Torymus pallidicornis, 11:164. 
species, 4:27, 205; 11:165. 
Tough, William, insects from, 7:383. 



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Townsend, C. H. T., cited, 10:417; 
11:181, 222, 232, 250; 12:192, 238; 
13:353 4 . 

townsendi, Oiketicns, 11:264. 
Toxares triticaphis, 5:253. 
toxoneura, Sciara, 10:388. 
tracliealis, Syngamus, 3:142; 14: 

343 7 , 343 s . 

Tradescantia, see Wandering Jew. 
Tragocephala infuscata, see Chorto- 

phaga viridifasciata. 
radiata, see Chortophaga viridi- 
fasciata. 

viridifasciata, see Chortophaga. 
Tragopa dorsalis, see Acutalis. 
Trail, J. W. H., Gall-making Diptera 

of Scotland, cited, 11:162. 
Train, A. L., insects from, 8:297. 
transversa, Drosophila, 1:218. 
transversata, Eutrapela, see Sabu- 

lodes. 

Prochoerodes, see Sabulodes. 
Sabulodes (syn. Eutrapela, 
Prochoerodes), 8:287; 10:483; 
11:284; 14:372 8 . 
transversognttata, Coccinella (syn. 

C. 5-notata), 1:318. 
Trapezonotus species, 11:270. 
Traumatomyia prodigiosa, 4:72. 
Treat, Mrs M. B., cited, 1:116; 5: 

193; 8:129; 12:229. 
tredecim, Cicada (race of C. sep- 
tendecim), 1:331; 2:169; 4:175; 10: 
424, 500; 11:270; 12:277, 278; 14: 
384 8 . 
Tree hopper, 1:79; 4:190; 5:245; 7: 

360: 8:294; 14:317 2 , 365 1 . 
Buffalo, 1:284, 315, 318, 331; 4: 

146, 208; 11:270. 
two marked (Enchenopa bi- 
notata), 1:281-88, 319; 4:203; 
6:177; 10:493; 11:270; 14: 
326 5 , 336 2 , 351 s , 380 8 . 
two spotted, see Tree hopper, 

two marked. 
Tree-trefoil, see Hop-tree. 
Trefoil, Peridromia saucia (syn. 

Agrotis) on, 5:205. 
Treitschke, Freidrich, SchmetterHnge 

von Enropa 'cited, 5:200. 
Trelease, William, cited, 11:182. 
Tremex, pigeon, 1:304, 330; 11:264; 

12:262., 

Tremex columba, attacking apple 
trees, 1:330; attacking maples, 3: 
226-27; general account (abstract), 
1:304; reference, 8:108, 163; 11: 
264, 279; 12:262; Thalessa atrata 
(syn. Rhyssa) parasitic on, 2:230; 
5:305; Thalessa lunator parasitic 
on, 4:38, 40, 41; 5:305, 311; 6:171; 
reference, 12:264, 279; 14:332 4 , 
355 8 , 361 9 , 389 6 . 



tremulae, Lina, see Melosoma. 

Melasoma (syn. Lina), 10:405. 
triangularis, Disonycha, 7:383. 
Hydrophilus, 6:188; 8:298. 
Tettix, 2:197. 
Tribolium castaneurn, see T. ferru- 

gineum. 
cinnamoneum, see T. fernigin- 

eum. 

coiifusum, 12:362. 
f errugineum (syn. T. casts ueum, 
T. cinnamoneum, T. navalis, 
T. ochracea, T. rubens, T. tes- 
ta ceum, Stene ferruginea), 2: 
136-39; 8:299; 9:308, 463; 14: 
342 7 . 

navalis, see T. ferrugineum. 
ochracea, see T. ferrugineum. 
rubens, see T. ferrugineum. 
testaceum, see T. ferrujrineum. 
Trichinae, 4:127. 

Trichiocarnpus viminalis (syn. Clad- 
ius, Aulacomerus lutescens), 4: 
44-46; 5:171; 7:223, 224; 9:439; 
14:357 4 , 374 3 . 
Trichius inda, see Euphoria. 

species, see Valgus canalicula- 

tus. 

Trichobaris trinotata (syn. Baridius 
trinotatus), 3:106, 149; 14:345 ft , 
352. 

Trichocera, midwinter, 14:343 3 . 
Trichocera brumalis, 1:298; 2:243; 

14:343 3 . 

hyemalis, 2:243. 
regelationis, 11:267. 
i Trichodectes sphaerocephalus, 6: 

190; 10:513. 
Trichodes apivorus, 3:138. 

nuttalli, 3:138. 
Trichogramma, 8:296. 

fraterna, see Tetrastichus. 
minuta, 2:220. 
odoutotae, 12:267. 
orgyiae, see Cratotechus. 
pretiosa, 2:220, 229; 4:194, 197, 

205; 14:333 4 , 347 8 , 348 8 . 
Tricholita signata, 10:377. 
Trichoptera (Phryganidae or cad- 
dice flies), 1:79; 83. 
tricincta, Erythroneura, see Typh- 

locyba. 

Typhlocyba (syn. Erythro- 
neura), 9:403, 410. 
tricolor, Urocerus, 13:342 2 , 342 4 . 
tricosa, Agrotis, see Feltia jaculi- 

fera. 

Feltia, see F. jaculifera. 
tridentata, Compsidea, see Saperda. 
Saperda, see Saperda tridentata. 
Tridymus parasitic on Lasioptera 
vitis, 4:66. 



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589 



trifasciata, Coleothrips, 1:303; 11: 

248, 250. 
triferana, Lophoderus, 1:329; 11: 

206. 

trifolii, Hylastes (syn. Hylesinus, 
Hylastinus obscurus), 1:8, 54, 
247; 6:178; 7:335, 378; 14:323 3 , 
320 9 . 

Hylesinus, see Hylastes. 
Mamestra, 1:8; 5:323; 8:235; 10: 

482. 

Oscinis, see Agromyza diminuta. 
trifolii Lintoi., Cecidomyia, see C. 

leguminicola. 
trifolii Loew, Cecidomyia, 6:184; 14: 

329 9 . 

Trifolium, see Clover. 
Trifolium repens, Grapholitha inter- 

stinctana on, 11:155. 
triguttata, Heterophleps, 10:483. 
trilineata, Crioceris, see Lema. 

Lema (syn. L. trivirgata, 
Crioceris), 1:32, 244, 322; 2: 
132-3G; 4:142, 207; 7:382; 9: 
457; 10:491, 517; 11:284, 286; 
14:314 1 , 342 7 , 357 9 , 379 5 ; var. 
tripunctata, 2:134. 
Saperda, see S. tridentata. 
trimaculata, Chrysomela, see Dory- 

phora clivicollis. 
Plathemis, 9:464; 13:375 2 . 
trimaculatus, Cephus (syn. Phyl- 

loecus), 8:167. i 
Pediopsis, 9:400. 
Phylloecus, see Cephus. 
Trimble, I. P., cited, 1:194. 
Trimble, William, insects from, 11: 

285. 

Trinity historical society, 14:306 4 . 
trinotata, Trichobaris (syn. Baridius 
trinotatus), 3:106, 149; 14:345 5 , 
352 8 . 
trinotatus, Baridius, see Trichobaris 

trinotata. 
Trioza tripunctata (syn. Psylla), 9: 

404, 411. 
Triozinae, 9:411. 
Tripsacum dactyloides, see Sesame 

grass, 
tripunctata, Lema, see L. trilineata 

var. 

Oberea, see O. bimaculata. 
Psylla, see Trioza. 
Saperda, see Oberea bimaculata. 
Tettigonia, 9:395. 
Trioza (syn. Psylla), 9:404, 411. 
Trirhabda canadensis, 4:142-43; 14: 

350 2 , 357 9 . 

trisectus, Crambus (syn. C. exsicca- 
tus), 1:136, 138, 149, 151; 14:328', 
335. 
trisignata, Harrisimemna, 12:360. 



tristis, Anasa, see Anasa tristis. 
Lachnosterna (syn. L. piloslcol- 
lis, Phyllophaga pilosicollis), 
1:330; 6:176; 7:369; 9:290, 4';3; 
11:268; 14:318 2 , 325. 
Microdon, 2:116. 
Nisoniades, see Thanaos. 
Serica, 8:284, 298; 14:371*. 
Telamona, see T. coryli. 
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 14: 

321*. 

triticaphis, Toxares, 5:253. 
tritici, Agromyza, 1:226. 
Agrotis, 8:235. 
Cecidomyia, see Diplosis. 
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1:6, 
8, 138, 201, 297, 305, 306, 311, 
321; 2:31; 8:255. 
Eurytoma, see Isosoma tritici 

Fitch. 
Limothrips, erroneous reference 

of Thrips tabaci. 
Psocus, 1:298. 
Pteromalus, see Isosoma tritici 

Fitch. 

Sciara, 10:389. 
Thrips, 1:303; 11:248, 249, 250, 

271. 

tritici Fitch, Isosoma (syn. I.nigrum, 
Eurytoma, Pteromalus), 1:307, 
320; 4:27, 28, 29, 30, 32; 5:315; 14: 
338. 

tritici Riley, Isosoma, see I. grande. 
Tritkjum sativum, Nectarophora 
granaria (syn. Siphonophora ave- 
nae) on, 5:252. 
trivialis, Chloropisca, 4:71. 
trivirgata, Lema, see L. trilineata. 
trivittata, Leptocorisa, see Lepto- 

coris trivittatus. 

trivittatus, Leptocoris (syn. Ly- 
gaeus, Leptocorisa trivittata), 
4:156-58, 193, 208; 10:432, 439, 
503, 505; 11:270, 283, 287; 12: 
352; 14:347 4 , 358 2 , 3S5 9 , 387', 
391 1 , 393 1 . 

Lygaeus, see Leptocoris. 
Trochilium ceto, see Melittia satyr- 

iniformis. 

marginatum, see Bembecia. 
Troctes divinatoria, see Atropos. 
fatidicus, see Atropos divina- 
toria. 

Trogosita nana, see Tenebiioides. 
Trogositidae injuring apple trees, 

11:267. 

Trogus obsidianator, 7:228. 
troilus, Euphoeades (syn. Papilio), 

10:507; 14:309 4 . 
Papilio, see Euphoeades. 
Trombididae, 5:287, 290; 6:158; 7: 
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Trombidium bicolor, erroneous re- 
ference of Bryobia pratensis. 
locustarum, 8:111, 179-80, 287; 

10:497; 14:372", 382 2 . 
muscarum, 7:365, 384; 14:367*. 
Tropaea luna (syn. Actias), 2:39; 3: 
140; 5:188; 9:455, 456; 10:481, 509, 
515; 14:313', 313 8 . 
Tropaeolnm, Tetranychus telarius 

on, 5:288. 

Trox imistriatus, 9:463. 
Tray daily times cited, 2:228; 14: 

331 1 . 

Truman, P. C.. cited, 12:194. 
truncatellum, Copidogoma, 3:140. 
truncatus, Agriotes, see A. mancus. 
Trupanea apivora, see Promachus 

fltchii. 
Trypeta longipennis, 3:137. 

pomonella (syn. Rhagoletis), 1: 
330; 2:117-25, 227, 234; 4:174; 
5:300; 8:245-49; 10:391, 499; 
11:267; 12:347-48; 14,:336 T , 
342 B , 343 5 , 353 2 , 384 5 , 391 8 . 
Trypetidae, 2:117; 5:282, 317; 9: 

462. 

Trypoxylon politum, 12:359. 
Tsuga canadensis, see Hemlock, 
tuberculata, Dicerca, 5:286. 
tuberculatus, Hippiscus (syn. Oedi- 
ppda phoenicoptera), 8:300; 9:330. 
tubicola, Cecidomyia, 4:175. 
Tulip tree, Lecanium tulipiferae on, 

13:374 7 . 

tulipiferae, Lecanium (syn. L. tiliae, 
Coccus tiliae), 9:409, 411, 413; 10: 
518; 11:222; 13:374 T . 
Tupper, Thomas, insects from, 11: 
284; 12:308, 359; referred to, 13: 
335 7 . 

turbulenta, Hadena, 10:509. 
turcicus, Lygaeus, 2:166. 
Turnbull, Mrs K. E., insects from, 

12:360. 

Turnip, insects injurious to; 
Agriotes lineatus, 1:46. 
Aleochara species, 1:189. 
Anthomyia radicum, 1:192-94. 
Anthomyian flies, 1:65. 
Aphis brassicae, 6:147. 
cut worms, 8:236. 
Drosophila flava, 1 :220. 
flea beetle, 1:40. 
Mamestra picta, 5:209. 
Murgantia histrionica, 1 :264, 

267. 

Nysius angustatus, 5:321. 
Oxytelus rugosus, 1:189. 
sculpturatus, 1:189. 
species, 1:189. 

Phorbia brassicae (syn. Antho- 
myia), 1:185. 



Turnip, insects injurious to; 

Phyllotreta vittata (syn. Hal- 
tica striolata), 1:60; 7:372; 9: 
375; 14:319 7 . 

Phytomyza nigricornis, 4:79. 
Plusia brassicae, 2:91; 6:184. 
Sciara fucata, 5:265. 
species, 10:389. 
Smynthurus hortensis, 2:207. 
Thrips tabaci, 11:244. 
Turnip flea beetle, 1:40, 244; 7:372; 

9:375; 10:415; 14:319 T . 
Turnip fly, 1:52. 
Turnip leaf miner, black horned, 4: 

79. 

Turnus, swallow tail, 1:327; 11:264. 
turnus, Papilio, see Jasoniades glau- 

cus. 
Turtle, land, feeding on Cicada, 12: 

289. 

Tussock caterpillar, 7:216. 
Tussock moth, hickory, 1:328; 11: 

264; 14:398*. 
spotted, 11:264. 

white marked (Notolophus leu- 
costigma), 1:33, 61, 64, 328; 2: 
68-89; 4:15, 48-51; 5:310; 6: 
107; 7:331; 9:295, 429, 437; 
10:495; 11:121, 124-26, 264; 
14:328 8 , 342 B , 357 5 , 358 7 , 380 9 , 
388 2 . 

Twig borer, 11:268. 
Twig girdler, 1:331; 2:87; 11:269. 
Tylenchus devastatrix, 8:221. 

radicola, 8:222. 
Tyloderma fragariae (syn. Analcis), 

1:155; 10:418. 
Typhlocibina, 10:430. 
Typhlocyba (syn. Empoa), 1:300; 7: 

316; 10:403, 410, 430. 
affinis, see T. comes var. basi- 

laris. 
coccinea (syn. Empoa), 9:403, 

410. 
comes (syn. Erythroneura viti- 

fex), 8:287. 

var. basilaris (syn. T. 
affinis, Erythroneura affi- 
nis, E. basilaris), 9:403, 
410. 

var. vitis (syn. T. vitis, Ery- 
throneura vitis, Tetti- 
gonia vitis), 2:30; 4:199; 
5:302; 7:345; 8:116, 254, 
287; 9:403, 410; 12:363; 
14:343 6 , 349 s , 353 8 , 373 a . 
mali (syn. Erythroneura), 11: 

271. 
obliqua (syn. Erythroneura), 9: 

403, 410. 

querci (syn. Empoa), 9:403, 410. 

rosae (syn. Anomia, Empoa, 

Tettigonla), 2:31; 6:166; 7: 



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591 



345, 362; 8:256; 11:271; 12: 
355-56; 14:343", 359", 366, 
394". 

triclncta (syn. Erythroneura), 9: 
403, 410. 

vitis, see T. comes var. 

vulnerata (syn. Erythroneura), 

9:402, 403, 410. 

Typhlodromus oleivorus, 3:144; 4: 
177; 8:281; 10:503; 14:370 T . 

pyri, 10:453, 455. 

typographic, Bostr'ichus, see Tomi- 
cus. 

Tomicus (syn. Bostrichus), 2: 

55. 

Typophorus canellus (syn. Paria 
aterrima), 6:183, 188; 7:360; 9: 
463; 10:495, 511; 14:329 7 , 365 8 , 
381 2 . 

Tyroglyphidae. 5:290; 11:257. 
Tyroglyphus, 10:449, 453. 

farinae, see T. siro. 

heteromorphns, carnation in- 
jured by, 11:254; description 
of the mite, 11:258-59; Gama- 
sus associated with, 11:259; 
Hypopal forms, 11:256-57; 
Hypopus, studies of, 11:257- 
58; life history, notes on, 11: 
255-56; reference, 12:357; 14: 
396'; remedies, 11:259-60; 
varied forms of the mite, 11: 
256-57. 

lintneri, 10:452-53; 12:352; 14: 
393*. 

longior (syn. Acarus horridus), 
3:120; 5:592; 6:190; 11:256; 
13:364'. 

phylloxerae, 10:451, 452, 453; 
11:258. 

rostroserratus, 10:486; 14:377*. 

sacchari, see T. siro. 

siro (syn. Acarus domesticus, 
A. farinae, A. lactis, Tyrogly- 
phus farinae, T. sacchari), 
3:100, 129-30, 151; 5:291-95; 
6:170; 7:357; 8:293; 11:256; 
13:364 9 ; 14:316 8 , 346 s , 352 5 , 
361 7 , 363", 364 1 , 396 5 . 

species, 11:257. 
Tyrophaga casei, see Piophila. 
Tyrranus carolinensis, see Kingbird. 

u-album, Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna 
purpuripennis), 1:115. 

u-aureum, Plusia, 10:376, 377. 

TJfeus satyricus, 10:482. 

Uhler, P. R., cited, 1:253, 264, 271; 
2:125, 145, 149, 165, 188; 4:107, 
109, 120, 156; 5:242; 7:296; 8:152; 
9:317; 10:432; Check list of the 
EemipterOf Heteroptera of North 
America cited, 4:107, 109, 156; 10: 



432; 13:352 T ; List of Hemiptera 
west of the Mississippi river cited, 
2:149, 165; 4:156; 10:432. 
Uhrig, George, insects from, 10: 

510. 

uliginosellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
ulmi, Coccus, see Gossyparia. 

Gossyparia, see Gossyparia 

ulmi. 

Lachnus, see Schizoneura. 
Schizoneura (syn. Lachnus), 2: 

181; 9:407, 411, 412. 
ulmicola, Brysocrypta, see Colopha. 
Colopha (syn. Brysocrypta, Colo- 
pha, C. compressa, Glyphliia, 
Pemphigus, Thelaxes). 3:126- 
28; 151; 4:198, 208; 5:303, 326; 
7:370; 14:318 7 , 346 s , 349', 332*, 
354 4 . 

Glyphina, see Colopha. 
Pemphigus, see Colopha. 
Thelaxes, see Colopha. 
ulmifolii, Callipterus, 13:362 T ; 14: 

400 s . 
Ulmus, see Elm. 

americana, see Elm, American 

or white, 
campestris, Galerucella luteola 

injuring, 11:191; 12:255. 
fulva, see Elm, slippery, 
montana, see Elm, Scotch, 
ultronia, Catocala, 11:121, 266. 
umbra, Pyrrhia (syn. Chariclea 

exprimens), 9:456; 14:313 7 , 31 6. 
umbrosa, Grapta, see Polygonia in- 

terrogationis var. 

umbrosus, Heliothis, see H. armiger. 
Uncinula spiralis, see Powdery mil- 
dew. 

undata, Distenia, 11:268. 
undatus, Crambus, 1:151. 
Underwood, L. M., cited, 4:128. 
undosus, Cossus, 7:375; 14:307 5 , 322 1 . 
undulata, Anomala (syn. A. 

varians), 10:413; 11:268. 
Notonecta, 8:158. 
undulatus, Xylotrechus, 4:96. 
undulosa, Ceratomia (syn. Dar- 

emma), 9:452; 14:312'. 
Daremma, see Ceratomia. 
linger, Frank, insects from, 12:359. 
Unger, H. A., insects from, 13:374 3 ; 

reference, 13:363'. 
unicolor, Bythoscopus, see Chlorotet- 

tix. 

Byturus, 8:298. 
Chlorotettix (syn. Bythoscopus 

9:398, 410. 

Macrobasis (syn. Lytta murina, 
M. fabricii), 1:32, 57, 331; 5: 
305, 321; 8:290, 291; 10:511; 
11:269, 286; 12:315, 356, 362; 
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unicolor, Orthosoma, see O. brun- 

neum. 

Pemphredon, 8:163. 
Telamona, see T. fasciata. 
Unicorn prominent, 1:328; 11:265. 
unicornis, Coelodasys, see Schizura. 
Schizura (Coelodasys), 1:137, 

328; 9:455; 11:265; 14:313 3 . 
unifascialis, Botis, see Pyrausta. 

Pyrausta (syn. Botis), 1O:483. 
unifasciata, Belvoisia (syn. Exorista 

flavicauda), 12:190, 210. 
uniformis, Balaninus, 12:268. 
Macrodactylus, 11:268. 
Sesia, see Hemaris thysbe var. 

ruficaudis. 

unijuga, Catocala, 5:282. 
unimoda, Xylina, 7:375; 14:307 5 , 

321 6 . 

unio, Eudryas, see Euthisanotia. 
Euthisanotia (syn. Eudryas), 5: 

183; 9:450, 455; 14:313 2 . 
unipuncta, Heliophila, see Leucania. 
Leucania, see Leucania uni- 
puncta. 

unipunctatus, Ixodes, 6:158. 
unistriatus, Trox, 9:463. 
unitaria, Hemerophila, see Lytrosis. 
Lytrosis (syn. Hemerophila), 

10:483. 

United States dep't agriculture, 
Farmers' bulletin cited, 12:183; 13: 
344 6 ; Report cited, 1:116, 127, 152, 
163, 172, 216, 227, 233, 239, 247, 
253, 254, 264, 271, 281; 2:89, 102, 
118, 126, 142, 149, 165, 180, 203; 
4:20, 28, 35, 80, 114, 115, 155, 158; 
5:164, 192, 200, 207, 227, 231, 234, 
246; 6:125, 147; 7:255, 288, 290, 
297, 321; 8:141, 152; 9:317; 10:388, 
408, 453; 11:126, 127, 134, 146, 152, 
174, 177, 181, 198, 206, 222, 232, 
248, 249: 12:235, 254, 267; 13:338 4 , 
351 8 , 3S2 2 ; Monthly report cited, 1: 
81, 116; Year fcoofc, cited, 10:378; 
11:233; 12:249, 254; 

division of entomology; Bul- 
letin, abstract from, 12:356, 14: 
395 1 ; cited, 2:90, 149; 4:80, 156; 
5:164, 227, 234; 7:296; 10:433; 11: 
110, 127, 133, 134, 145, 146, 152, 
194, 226, 232, 233, 250, 256; 12: 
183, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 218, 
230, 231, 235, 248, 253, 254, 264, 
265, 272, 273, 292, 307, 321, 335; 
Bulletin (new series) cited, 13: 
343 3 , 344 6 , 351 9 , 353 1 , 353 2 . 353 9 ; re- 
print from, 11:182-84, 189-96; Cir- 
cular cited, 11:220; 12:254, 273; 

office of experiment stations, 
Bulletin cited, 12:183; 13:344'. 
United States entomological com- 



mission, Bulletin cited, 11:160, 
181; 12:237, 243; Report cited, 1: 
181; 2:149, 188; 4:21, 93, 115, 158, 
159; 5:184, 192, 216, 234; 8:133, 
152, 154, 160; 9:330; 10:405, 477; 
11:145, 157, 181, 240, 241, 248; 12: 
191, 194, 205, 237, 243, 265, 267; 
13:338 6 , 343 2 . 

United States geological and geo- 
graphical survey of the territories, 
Bulletin cited, 1:151, 157, 163, 211, 
264, 271; 2:145, 149, 165, 188; 4: 
28, 156, 216; 5:201, 246; 7:228, 
255; 8:133; 9:299; 10:388, 405, 432, 
478; 11:138, 142, 146, 160, 241; Re- 
port cited, 1 :110, 172, 191, 194, 239, 
253, 264; 2:57, 89, 149; 4:28; 5:246; 
7:255; 11:126, 241. 
United States national museum, 
Bulletin cited, 8:129; 11:127, 134, 
138, 146, 241, 248; 12:183; Proceed- 
ings cited, 4:151; 7:228; 9:309. 
University of Tennessee, Agricul- 
tural experiment station, Bul- 
letin cited, 12:273. 
univittata, Thelia, 1:284; 9:392. 
urius, Haematopinus (syn. H. suis), 

1:48. 
Uroceridae, 4:38; 8:167; 13:336 2 , 

338 1 -42 6 . 
Urocerus, table of New York 

species, 13:342 1 . 
Urocerus abdominalis, 13:339 8 , 342 2 , 

342 5 . 

albicornis (syn. Sirex), 13:338 2 - 
40 6 , 341 2 , 341 9 , 342 5 ; 14:398 5 , 
400 3 . 
cressoni, 5:311; 13:340 7 -41 9 , 342 5 ; 

14:336 9 , 400 4 . 
cyaneus, 13:342 2 , 343 s . 
edwardsii, 13 :342 2 , 342 3 . 
flavicornis, 13:339 8 , 342 2 , 342 6 . 
gigas, 4:95. 

nigricornis, 13:342 2 , 342*. 
tricolor, 13:342 2 , 342 4 . 
zonatus, 13:342\ 342 3 . 
uroplatae, Sympiezus, 12:267. 
Uropoda americana, parasitic on 
Colorado potato beetle, 5:289- 
91, 318; 6:166-67, 190; 8:298; 
parasitic on dung beetle, 7: 
312, 383; parasitic on Julus, 
3:134, 142; 7:384; 10:451; ref- 
erence, 6:166; 11:288: 14:340 S , 
359 7 . 

vegetans, 5:290. 
Urosigalphus armatus, 12:271. 
Uroxiphus caryae, see Microcentrus. 
ursaria, Biston, see Lycia. 

Lycia (syn. Biston), 3:136. 
Ursula, Limenitis, see Basilarchia 
astyanax. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



593 



Ursula butterfly, 1:327; 11:264. 
Urtica dioica, see Nettle, common. 
Utica morning herald cited, 6:167; 

10:508; 14:310 1 , 359". 
Utica semi-weekly herald quoted, 12: 

197. 

Vaccinium, see Blueberry, 
vagans, Bonibus, 11:104. 
Valentine, Clarence, insects from, 

7:382. 

Valerian, rose bug on, 4:199. 
valga, Chioiiea, 2:236. 
Valgus canaliculatus (syn. Trichius 

species), 11:268. 
valida. Serica, 11:268. 
Van Alstyne, E., insects from, 7: 

383. 
Van Buren, R. D., insects from, 

11:288. 
Vandenburg, M. W., insects from, 

6:186, 187, 189. 
Vandenburg, Dr W. H., insects 

from, 3:141; 9:462. 
Vanduzea arquata (syn. Carynota), 

9:388, 410. 
Van Duzee, E. P., cited, 8:152; 10: 

430; 11:135; 12:191, 203; 13:352 7 . 
Van Epps, P. M., insects from, 10: 

515. 

Vanessa antiopa, see Euvanessa. 
atalanta (syn. Pyrameis), 2:39; 

4:137; 5:285; 9:454; 12:308. 
cardui (syn. Cynthia, Pyra- 

nieis), 1:320; 3:91; 7:228. 
huntera (syn. Pyrameis), 10: 

507; 14:309 5 . 
milberti, see Aglais. 
Van Hoesen, N. J., insects from. 11: 

285. 
Van Horn, J. A., insects from, 10: 

509. 
Van Orden, M. L., insects from, 10: 

518. 
Van Slyke, H., insects from, 6:187; 

7:383; 9:462; 10:518; 11:288; on 

Cicada chambers, 12:281. 
Van Wagenen, G. H., cited, 5:234. 
varia, Hyperchiria, see Automeris io. 
variabilis, Athysanus, see Bytho- 
scopus. 

v Bythoscopus (syn. Athysanus, 

A. abietis), 9:400, 410. 
varians, Anomala, see A. undulata. 
varianus, Harpiphorus, 6:186. 
variceps, Chloropisca, see Chloro- 

pisca variceps. 

varicornis, Bruchus, see B. obtectus. 
variegatus, Anthribus Fourcr (syn. 

A. varius of Europe, ?Brachytar- 

sus varius), 1:259; 2:53, 140. 
variegatus Say, Anthribus, see 
Brachytarsus. 



variegatus, Brachytarsus (syn. An- 
thribus, A. obsoletus, B. sticti- 
cus), 2:139-41; 14:342 7 . 
variolarius, Euschistus, 2:146. 
variolosa, Macrpnoxia, see Poly- 

phylla. 
Polyphylla (syn. Macronoxia), 

1:54, 71, 330; 11:268. 
varius, Anthrenus, see A. verbasci. 
Anthribus of Europe, see A. 

variegatus Fourcr. 
Brachytarsus, see ? Anthribus 

variegatus Fourcr. 
Gordius, 4:125. 

Vassar brothers institute, Trans- 
actions cited, 7:256. 
vastator, Oscinis, of Europe, 1:224. 
vastatrix, Phylloxera, see P. viti- 

foliae. 
vau, Cyrtolobus (yn. Smilia), 9: 

388, 410. 
Ichthyura, see Melalopha apica- 

lis. 

Smilia, see Cyrtolobus. 
Vedalia cardinalis, see Novius. 
vegetans, Uropoda, 5:290. 
velata, Hydroecia (syn. H. sera, 
Gortyna sera), 1:115, 340; 10:482. 
velleda, Planosa, see Tolype. 

Tolype (syn. Planosa), 1:98, 328; 

9:455; 11:265; 14:313 8 . 
var. minnta, Gastropacha, see 

Tolype laricis. 
venata, Spheuophorus, see S. sculp- 

tilis. 
venatus Say, Sphenophorus, see S. 

placidus. 
venosus, Psocus (syn. P. aceris), 1: 

161, 316. 

ventricosus, Heteropus (syn. Physo- 
gaster larvarum), 2:110; 6: 
187, 190; 10:385-86. 
Nematus, see Pteronus ribesii. 
venustum, Simulium (syn. S. moles- 
turn), 5:283, 317; 14:339. 
verbasci, Anthrenus (syn. A. 
varius), 1:65, 299; 2:138; 4:141; 5: 
267, 268; 6:120. 
verbascoides, Hadena, see Xylo- 

phasia. 
Xylophasia (syn. Hadena), 1: 

340. 

Verbena, insects injurious to; 
Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P. 

lateralis in error), 4:77. 
verellus, Crambus, 1:150. 
VerJiandlurtffen der naturh. Ver. d. 

Preuss Rlieinlande, cited, 9:317. 
Vcrhandlungen der zooloyisch-botam- 
schen Gesellschaft in Wien cited, 
11:162, 164, 240. 
Vermicides, 11:275. 



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Vermont agricultural experiment 

station, Report cited, 12:194. 
Vermont state board of agriculture, 

Report cited, 12:218, 292. 
vernalis, Livia, 9:404, 411. 
vernata, Anisopteryx, see Paleacrita. 
Paleacrita, see Paleacrita ver- 
nata, 

Vernonia noveboracensis, see Iron- 
weed. 

vernoniae, Bracon, 11:156. 
verrncarum, Neuroterus, 5:308, 324. 
verruculatus, Circotettix (syn. C. 

verruculosa), 10:443. 
verruculosa, Circotettix, see C. ver- 
ruculatus. 

verticalis, Ischnura, 11:288. 
verticis, Jassus, see Idiocerus. 

Idiocerus (syn. Jassus), 9:410. 
vesicatoria, Cantharis, see Lytta. 
Lytta (syn. Cantharis), 5:305; 

6:131, 133; 14:354". 
Vespa diabolica, 1:139; 7:229; 9:461. 
germanica, 10:405. 
macula ta, 1:330; 5:285; 7:229; 

9:461; 11:264. 
vulgaris, 1:330; 3:140; 10:519; 

11:264. 
vespertina, Ephemera, of Europe, 

4:124. 

Vespidae, 1:172; 6:111. 
vespillo, Pollenia, 9:310, 313. 
vesta! iata, Corycia, see Orthofidonia. 
Orthofidonia (syn. Corycia), 1: 

329; 11:266. 
vestita, Saperda, 4:207; 11:269; 12: 

245. 
vetusta, Calocampa, 9:459. 

Notolophus (syn. Orgyia), 11: 

285. 

Orgyia, see Notolophus. 
var. cana, Notolophus (syn. 

Orgyia cana), 8:296. 
viburni, Dorthesia, see D. celastri. 
Viburnum lantanoides, see Witch 

hobble. 

lentago, see Osier, 
opulus, see Snow-ball. 
viHna, Pegomyia, 1:198, 209-11; 3: 

85: 14:308 2 . 
Vlotovin, Mrs A., insects from, 9: 

461. 

villosa, Sciara, 12:225. 
villosum, Elaphidion, see Elaphidioh 

villosum. 
viminalis, Cladius, see Trichio- 

campns. 
Lachnus (syn. L. dentatus), 3: 

152; 11:271. 

Trichiocampus (syn. Aula- 
comerns lutescens, Cladius), 
4:44-46; 5:171; 7:223, 224; 9: 
439; 14:357 4 , 374. 



Vinegar fly (Drosophila), 1:220. 
Vineland, [N. J.] weekly cited, 1:116. 
Vineyardist cited, 5:302; 14:353 8 . 
violaceous, Perilampus, 1:146. 
violans, Nephelodes, see N. minians 

var. violans. 
Violet, English, Tetranychus tela- 

rius on, 5:287. 
virgilius, Nisoniades, see Thanaos 

horatius. 
Virginia agricultural experiment 

station, Bulletin cited, 11:233. 
Virginia creeper, insects injurious 

to; 
Alypia octomaculata, 1:33; 5: 

180; 6:177. 
Ampelophaga myron (syn. 

Darapsa), 5:179; 8:187. 
Euthisanotia grata (syn. Eu- 

dryas), 5:180; 6:177; 8:171. 
Phytomyza flaviceps, 4>:79. 
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143. 
Thyreus abbotii, 5:306. 
virginiana, Oedipoda, see Chorto- 

phaga viridifasciata. 
virginianum, Acridium, see Chorto- 

phaga viridifasciata. 
virginianus, Bombus, 3:140. 

Gryllus, see Chortophaga viridi- 
fasciata. 
virginica, Ctenucha (syn. C. latreil- 

lana), 1:317; 9:456; 14:313 6 . 
Spilosoma, 1:317, 328; 2:83;' 4: 
206; 6:169; 7:228, 304, 305; 9: 
440, 455; 10:481; 11:264; 13: 
371 8 ; 14:313 5 , 360 8 , 374 7 . 
Xylocopa, 9:461; 11:284. 
virginiensis, Anisota (syn. A. pellu- 

cida), 5:199. 

Chalcophora, 12:361; 13:373 8 . 
Polydesmus, 3:134. 
Virgin's bower, sweet scented, in- 
sects on; 
Epicauta cinerea, 4:201, 208. 

vittata, 6:133. 
virgo, Arctia, see Euprepia. 

Euprepia (syn. Arctia), 7:219; 

11:106. 

viridascens, Glyphe, 12:210. 
viridescens, Empoasca, 11:271. 
viridifasciata, Chimarocephala, see 

Chortophaga. 
Chortophaga, see Chortophaga 

viridifasciata. 

Gomphocerus, see Chortophaga. 
Locusta, sec Chortophaga. 
Tragocephala, see Chortophaga. 
viridifasciatum, Acridium, see 

Chortophaga viridifasciata. 
yiridis, Pediopsis, 9:399. 
viridisignata, Plusia, see P. selecta. 
viridulans, Rivellia (syn. Tephritis 
melliginis), 2:122. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



595 



vitellinus, Acocephalus, see Para- 

mesus. 
Paramesus (syn. Acocephalus), 

9:397, 410. 
vitifex, Erythroneura, see Typhlo- 

cyba comes. 

vitifoliae, Pemphigus, see Phyl- 
loxera. 

Phylloxera (syn. P. vastatrix, 

Pemphigus), 1:4, 322; 2:36; 7: 

371; 8:264; 9:347, 464; 10:498; 

14:318", 319 8 , 330", 383 4 . 

vitis, Erythroneura, see Typhlocyba 

conies var. 

Evoxysoma (syn. Isosoma), 2: 
32; 4:33; 7:374; 8:292, 293; 
14:316 8 , 316 8 , 321 2 . 
Isosoma, see Evoxysoma. 
Lasioptera, 4:63-67, 206; 5:304, 
325; 7:376, 382; 10:510; 11: 
248; 14:320 9 , 354 s , 354 6 . 
Pulviiiaria, erroneous reference 

of P. innumerabilis. 
Pulvinaria of Europe, 6:146. 
To-ttigonia, see Typhlocyba 

comes var. 

Typhlocyba, see T. comes var. 
Vitis labruska, see Grape. 
vitreus, Mesochorus, 12:210. 
vittata, Cantharis, see Epicauta. 
Diabrotica, see Diabrotica vit- 
tata. 

Epicauta' (syn. Cantharis, 
Lytta), 1:33, 40, 57, 300, 322; 
6:132-34, 136, 176; 7:376; 12: 
354; 14:322 5 , 326 1 , 367 9 , 394 3 . 
Lytta, see Epicauta. 
Orchestris, see Phyllotreta. 
Phyllotreta (syn. Haltica strio- 
lata, Orchestris, P. striolata), 
1:60, 195, 244, 310; 3:99; 5: 
301; 7:372; 9:375; 14:319 7 , 
353 e 

Sciara, 5:265. 
Smilia, see S. camelus. 
vittigera, Pentagonia, 5:286. 
vituli, Haernatopinus, 1:48. 
vivida, Hystricia, see Bombyliomyia 

abrupta. 
Tachina, see Bombyliomyia 

abrupta, 
Volucella, 1:212. 

evecta, 7:229. 
vomitoria, Calliphora, 1:69, 170, 

299. 
von Landberg, A., insects from, 

11:182. 
v-signata, Tortrix, see Cacoecia 

argyrospila. 

vulgaris, Chlorops, see Sapromyza. 
Cicindela, 11:285. 
Gryllotalpa, 4:180; 6:151. 
Isocratus, 11:167. 



vulgaris, Lamenia (syn. Poecilop- 

tera), 9:387, 410. 
Molobrus, see Sciara. 
Poeciloptera, see Lamenia. 
Sapromyza (syn. Chlorops, C. 

antennalis), 1:225. 
Sciara (syn. Molobrus), 10: 

387; 13:372". 
Vespa, 1:330; 3:140; 10:519; 11: 

264. 

vulgivagellus, Crambus, see Cram- 
bus vulgivagellus. 

vulnerata, Erythroneura, see Typh- 
locyba. 
Typhlocyba (syn. Erythroneura), 

9:402-3, 410. 

vulpinus, Dermestes, 4:88, 89, 197, 
198; 6:120; 14:348 T . 

Wachtl, Entomol. Biolog. Studien 

cited, 11:162, 164. 
Wadhams, P. E., insects from, 8: 

299. 
Wadsworth, A. D., insects from, 10: 

512. 

Wailly, Alfred, cited, 13:343 9 ; refer- 
ence, 13:350 8 . 

Walker, Francis, cited, 13:338 4 ; re- 
ferred to, 12:321; List of the speci- 
.mens of dipterous insects in the col- 
lection of the British museum cited, 
1:211; List of the specimens of lepi- 
dopterous insects in the collection of 
the British museum cited, 2:97; 5: 
174, 192, 213; 7:225; 11:152; Cata- 
logue of the specimens of neurop- 
terous insects in the collection of 
the British museum cited, 4:121; 
12:298. 
Walker, J. V. D., insects from, 7: 

381; 13:371 8 . 
Walker, W. D., insects from, 10:510, 

516. 

Walking stick, 1:79, 111; 6:189; 9: 
. 446; 10:512, 519; 14:310 7 . 
Walnut, insects injurious to; 
Balaninus species, 12:269. 
Citheronia regalis, 5 :324. 
Coniodes plumigeraria (syn. 

Boarmia), 10:494. 
Cyllene pictus, 8:176. 
Da tana integerrima, 12:309. 
fall web worm, 1 :306. 
Gypona flavilineata, 9:397. 
Halisidota caryae, 7:355, 403. 
Hyphantria cunea (syn. H. tex- 

tor), 1:306. 

Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Idiocerus lachrymalis, 9:398-99. 
Microcentrus caryae (syn. Uro- 

xiphus), 9:392. 
Otiocerus wolfli, 9:386. 
Telamona fasciata, 9:390. 



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Walnut, insects injurious to (confd) 

Zeuzera pyrina, 9:426. 
black, insects injurious to; 

Ania limbata (syn. Nemato- 

carnpa filamentaria), 3:136. 
Coccus hesperidum, 7:370. 
Coniodes plurnigeraria (syn. 

Boarmia), 10:494; 14:380 6 . 
Cyllene pictus, 8:176. 
Notolophus leucostigma (syn. 

Orgyia), 2:77. 
English; Aspidiotus perniciosus 

on, 11:224. 

Walnut moth, regal, 5:324. 
Walnut span worm, 10:494; 14:380 5 . 
Walsh, B. D., cited, 1 :172, 199, 227, 
253, 264; 2:102, 117, 125, 139, 148, 
168, ISO. 203; 4:28, 42, 51, 107, 114; 
5:173, 192, 207, 246; 7:225, 288, 
324; 8:159; 9:300, 307; 10:388. 408; 
11:145. 197, 248; 12:235, 290; 13: 
351 6 , 351 7 ; on Lebia grandis, 12: 
236; quoted, 11:148; 12:291; re- 
ferred to, 12:312. 

Walsh, B. D., and Riley, C.V., cited, 
1:110, 116, 227, 239, 271, 281; 2: 
111, 11. 125, 149; 3:133; 4:28, 35, 
42, 63, 80, 158; 5:173: 6:147; 7:246, 
296; 8:129, 155, 160; 9:317; 10:388; 
11:126, 146, 248; 12:237, 290. 
Walsh, W. E., insects from, 6:187, 

190. 

Walsinghani, Lord, cited, 1:157, 163; 
5:216; 11:160: Heterocera in Brit- 
ish museum cited, 11:152. ' 
Walton, W. R., insects from, 12: 

317, 362, 363. 
Wandering Jew, Plusia dyaus on, 2: 

94, 228. 
Warble flies, 4:199; 6:111; 13:364 5 ; 

14:396'. 

Warrall, W. H., insects from, 8:297. 
Warren. W. G., insects from, 5:326. 
warringtonellus, Crambus, 1 :150, 

151. 

Washburn, F. L., cited. 10:454. 
Washburn, J. B., insects from, 12: 

317, 363. 

Wasps, 1 :40, 69, 74. 78, 139. 168; 172, 
187. 212. 330; 2:60; -1^^- 4:190; 
8:163; 10:426: 13:341 3 , 369 9 ; 14: 
367 1 , 398 5 . 

Water bug, giant, 4:145; 10:512. 
Water parsnip, Lixus paraplecticus 

on, 1:260. 
Watermelon, army worm feeding 

on, 12:206. 
Margaronia nitidalis (syn. Eu- 

dloptis) injurious to, 11:132. 
Waters, G. F., cited, 11:157; quoted, 

11:158. 

Watertown [N. Y.] daily times cited, 
1:327; 14:334 7 . 



Watertown [N. Y.] reformer quoted, 
12:196. 

Waterville [N. Y.] times cited, 3:148; 
4:196; 14:348 8 . 

Watkins [N. Y.] express, 14:343 9 . 

Weasels feeding on army worm, 12: 
208. 

Web worm, fall, 1:316; 2:83; 3:93; 
7:345; 9:295, 422; 11:281. 

Webster, C. E., insects from, 11:284. 

Webster, F. M., cited, 2:102; 4:80; 
5:227, 246; 7:297, 321; 10:378, 417, 
453; 11:146, 178, 233, 242, 249; 12: 
191, 248, 254, 265, 273; 13:352 6 , 
353 9 ; insects from, 5:325; quoted, 
11:123-24; referred to, 11:117; 
12 :267 ; 13 :358 9 ; on arsenical spray- 
ing of blossoms, 11:117-18, 122-24; 
Insects affecting corn cited. 10:378. 

Weed, C. M., cited, 5:207; 7:225, 25<>; 
9:300, 330; 10:416; 11:146, 152,160, 
249; 12:194, 238, 254; 13:353 4 ; re- 
ferred to, 12:207; Insects and in- 
secticides cited,, 10:433, 454; 11: 
110, 178, 249; 13:353*. 

Weed, H. E., cited, 10:348; 11:142; 
insects from, 9:462. 

Weevils, 1:78, 155, 226, 301; 7:331, 
365; 9:443; 10:378, 384, 492, 
494, 501, 511, 517; 14:376 3 . 
New York, 1:331; 11:270. 

Welch, Mrs M. B., insects from 10: 
519; 12:362. 

Wentworth, F. H., insects from, 1 1 : 
288. 

West Virginia agricultural experi- 
ment station, Bulletin cited, 11: 
127, 135, 147, 178, 250; 12:193, 265. 

West Virginia historical society, 14: 
305 s . 

Western New York horticultural so- 
ciety, Committee on entomology, 
Report, 9:414, 422; Proceedings, ab- 
stracts from, 14:331 8 , 347 5 , 364 5 , 
370 8 , 377 4 ; cited, 1:152, 228; 4:194; 
7:358; 8:281; 10:485; 12:194, 243. 

Wostwood, J. O., cited, 1:172; 4:151; 
7:242; 10:477; 11:240; quoted, 11: 
237; 12:322; Introduction to the 
modern classification of insects 
cited, 1:172, 239; 2:136, 203; 4: 
73; 5:234: 7:279; 9:307; 10:404, 
477; 11:134, 174, 240, 247; 12:229. 

Wostwood, J. O., and Drury, Drew, 
Illustrations of exotic entomology 
cited, 4:57. 

Wetmore, R. W., insects from, 8 :298. 

Wheat, insects injurious to; 
Agriotes mancu,s, 12:356. 
Agrotis segetum, 8:235 

tritici, 8:235. 

Anthomyia similis, 1:202. 
Brachy tarsus variegatus, 2:140. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



597 



Wheat, insects injurious to (confd) 
Blissus leucopterus, 1:302; 2: 

150. 
Cecidomyia destructor, 1:321; 5: 

263-64; 6:176. 

Cephus pygmaeus, 3:147; 7:334. 
Chloropisca variceps (syn. C. 

prolifica), 4:72. 
Chortophaga viridif asciata (syn. 

Chimarocephala), 2:189. 
Deltocephalus inimicus (syn. 

Amblycephalus), 9:401. 
Diplosis cerealis (syn. Cecido- 

inyia), 1:311. 
graminis (syn. Cecidomyia), 

1:321. 
inimica (syn. Cecidomyia), 

1:321. 
tritici (syn. Eurytoma), 1:6, 

320. 

Dolerus species, 3:140; 4:135. 
Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gortyna), 

1:112; 6:176, 178; 8:191. 
Isosoma hordei, 4:11, 28-35. 

tritici, 14:338 9 . 
Lachnosterna tristis, 6:176. 
Leucania albllinea, 8:291; 10: 

490, 492; 14:315 3 . 
species, 9:457. 
unipuncta, 12:206. 
Liburnia arvensis (syn. Del- 

phax), 9:386. 
Limotettix exitiosa (syn. Cica- 

dula), 6:174; 14-.324 5 , 324 8 . 
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1: 

229. 
Melanoplus spretus (syn. Calop- 

tenus), 7:338. 
Meromyza americana, 1 :221, 

344; 6:178; 7:377; 12:361. 
Nectarophora granaria (syn. 
Aphis, Siphonophora avenae), 
1:313; 2:225; 3:112, 113, 114; 
5:247-53; 6:103, 107, 174, 189; 
7:367; 8:282; 14:317 3 , 325 1 , 
331 8 , 371 2 . 
Phorbia fusciceps (syn. Hy- 

lemyia deceptiva), 1:201. 
Polydesmus coinplanatus, 12: 

301. 

saw fly larva, 3:87, 147. 
Sciara species, 5:265. 
Sitodrepa panicea, 4:88-93. 
Sitotroga cerealella, 2:106; 6: 

187; 10:378-80. 
Tenebrio molitor, 8:299; 9:442. 

obscurus, 9:442, 463. 
Thrips species, 11:249. 

tritici, 1:303. 

Tribolium ferrugineum, 9:463. 
white grubs, 9:356. 
wheat bulb worm, 1:344. 



Wheat flour, Silvanus surinameusis 
in, 12:361. 

Wheat flour insect (Tribolium), 2: 
136. 

Wheat fly, 1:297, 298. 
clear winged, 1:297. 
deceptive or locust egg An- 
thomyian, 1:181-84, 199-201; 
14:336", 335". 
similar, 1:202; 14:335 8 , 335 9 . 

Wheat germ meal infested by Plo- 
dia interpunctella (syn. Ephestia), 
12:360. 

Wheat head army worm, 10:490, 
492; 12:310. 

Wheat midge, estimated losses 
caused by, 1:6; 2:159; 10:372; 12: 
341; introduced from Europe, 1: 
8, 9; parasites of, 8:275; reference, 
1:201, 224, 295, 305, 306, 308, 311, 
313, 314, 316, 317, 321; 2:125; 10: 
492, 505; 14:379 8 , 386 T ; Thrips de- 
stroying eggs of, 2:31; 8:255. 

Wheat saw fly, 7:334, 335; 1O:315. 

Wheat stem fly (Chlorops pumil- 
ionis), 1:226. 

Wheat stem maggot (Meromyza), 1: 
221-27; 3:96; 6:178; 7:377; 14:322", 
326 9 , 335 9 . 

W T heat thrips, 1 :303. 

Wheat weevil, 10:492; 14 :380'. 

Wheat wire worms, 12:356; 14:394 9 . 

Wheatlet, infested by Plodia inter- 
punctella (syn. Ephestia), 12:360. 

Wheel bug, 2:230; 4:113; 6:138-41; 
14-333, 368 2 . 

Wheeler, Mrs C. H., insects from, 
10:511. 

Wheeler, L. B., insects from, 13: 
372 2 . 

Wheeler, W. M., cited, 10:478; 12: 
273. 

Whitaker, J. S., insects from, 3:142. 

Whitcomb, J. S., insects from, 12: 
360. 

White ant, 1:79, 301; 4:179; 11:272; 
14:312. 

White grub, attacking nursery stock, 
9:353; attacking potatoes, 9:296; 
attacking strawberries, 9:296; at- 
tacking wheat 4:203; crow feed- 
ing on, 9:350; damage to grass, 5: 
154; 6:176; 1O:500; gas lime for, 
1:54; general account, 8:174-75; 
9-353-57; general accounts (ab- 
stracts), 5:308, 312-13, 315, 316; 
6-171; in manure, 10:506; refer- 
ence, 1:229; 2:35, 41, 114; 4:84; 7: 
337; 8:231; 9:422; 10:448, 497, 
498; 14:325 7 , 329 4 , 329 T , 331 6 , 337 T , 
338 8 , 339 4 , 340 1 , 351 6 , 356 5 , 360", 
373', 376 1 , 382 T , 383', 384 T , 387', 



NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM 



396"; remedies, 1:61; 2:224; 3:135; 

5:317; robin feeding on, 9:356-57; 

10:498. 
White marked tussock moth, see 

Tussock moth, white marked. 
White scale (Aspidiotus nerii), 5: 

278; 11:203-4, 277, 287; 14:363 4 . 
Whitehead, Charles, cited, 7:280; 

Report on the injurious insects of 

Great Britain cited, 7 :280. 
Whitehill, J. C:, insects from, 6:188. 
Wickham, H. F., cited, 10:408; 11: 

182; 12:249, 265. 

Wicks, C. B., insects from, 8:298. 
Wiedeinann, C. R. W., cited, 1:191; 

Aussereuropaische ZiceifluglicJie In- 

sekten cited, 1:211; 2:116. 
Wiegelia, Poecilocapsus lineatus on, 

1 :277. 
Wiegman's Archiv der Naturgeschichte 

cited, 10:453. 
Wien entoniologischc Zeitung cited, 8: 

141. 
Wiener entomologische Monatschrift 

cited, 11:138. 
" Wigglers," mosquito larvae, 12: 

333. 

wilcoxi, Calosoma, 12:209. 
Willard, X. A., cited, 12:230, 233; 

quoted, 12:233. 
Willet, J. E., cited, 11:134; quoted, 

11:135-36. 

Williams, A. F., insects from, 7:383. 
Williams, A. P., insects from, 12: 

362. 
Williams, Clara, insects from, 6: 

186. 

Williams, C. L., insects from, 6:190. 
Williams, H. C., insects from, 7:381. 
Williams, Joseph, cited, 4:80. 
Williams, M. L., insects from, 13: 

360 2 , 373 6 ; reference, 13:360*. 
Williams, T. A., cited, 11:182. 
Williamson, W. L., insects from, 4: 

207. 
Williston, S. W., cited, 1:216; 5:220; 

7:228; 10:388; Manuscript mono- 
graph of the SyrpMdae cited, 1: 

211; Synopsis of the families and 

genera of North American Diptera 

cited, 10:405. 

Willow, insects injurious to; 
Agrilus anxius, 10:407. 
Anotia bonnetii, 9:387. 
Caecilius species, 1:161. 
Cercopidae, 5:245. 
Ceresa bubalus, 1:315. 
Chlorotettix tergatus (syn. By- 

thoscopus), 9:398. 
Cicada septendecim, 2:176. 
Clastoptera obtusa, 5:245. 
Crepidodora helxines, 4:102. 



Willow, insects injurious to; 

Cryptocainpusangustus, 13:336 6 . 

saliceti, 13:336 6 . 
Datana integerrima, 12:309. 
Dynastes tityus, 5:230; 7:253. 
Ecpantheria ocularia (syn. E. 

scribouia), 12:189. 
Euvanessa antiopa (syn. 

Vanessa), 12:359. 
fall web worm, 1 :306. 
Gossyparia ulmi, 12:292. 
Hemileuca maia, 2:40. 
Homoptera lunata, 4:58. 
Hyphantria cunea (syn. H. tex- 

tor), 1:306. 

Icerya purchasi, 4:187. 
Idiocerus alternatus, 9:399. 

pallidus, 9:399. 
Lachnus dentatus, 3:152. 

salicellis, 9:407. 
Lina scripta, 7:219; 10:500. 
Mytilaspis pomorum, 2:232; 11: 

202; 14:334 7 . 

Pentatoma juniperina, 10:431. 
Peridroma saucia (syn. Agrotis), 

5:205. 
Pontania pomum (syn. Nematus 

salicis-pomum), 5:173. 
Prionoxystus robiniae (syn. 

Cossus), 9:426. 

Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143. 
Scoliopteryx libatrix, 8:171, 172. 
Trichiocampus viminalis (syn. 

Cladius), 7:224. 

basket, from Europe, 11:185; ex- 
tent of cultivation, 11:185; 
Hemileuca mala on, 2:40; how 
grown, 11:185; Lina scripta in- 
juring, 11:182, 184; yield and 
value, 11:185. 
Kilmarnock, Mytilaspis pomorum 

on, 8:286. 
laurel leaved, Aspidiotus pernicio- 

sus on, 11:224. 
weeping, Aspidiotus perniciosus 

on, 11:224. 
Willow apple gall saw fly, 5:173; 12: 

359. 

Willow apple Tineid, 12:360. 
Willow butterfly, 12:354; 14:394*. 
Willow gall gnats, 1:138. 
Wing, L. C., insects from, 6:189. 
Winne, Esby, insects from, 11:285. 
Winnertz, Johannes, cited, 11:162; 
referred to, 11:164; Beitrag zu 
einer Monographic der Sciarinen 
cited, 10:388. 

Winter caterpillars, 4:54, 56. 
Winter insects, 1:98; 2:203, 205, 235- 

44. 

Winter mosquito, 1:298; 2:241; 12: 
320. 



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 



599 



Winthemia quadripustulata (syn. 
Carcelia leucaniae, Exorista mili- 
taris, Nemoraea leucaniae), 1:146; 
7:376; 8:238; 12:190, 191, 192, 194, 
210, 310, 354. 

Wire worms, baits for, 1:63; infest- 
ing cabbages, 7:360; infesting 
corn, 8:282-83; infesting potato 
vines, 2:226; 10:489; injuries 
caused by, 4:13; parafin oil for, 1: 
46; reference, 1:296, 322; 2:35; 3: 
101, 132; 7:337; 8:222; 10:497; 11: 
276; 12:347, 352, 361; 13:367 7 ; 14: 
332 8 , 358 6 , 365 3 , 370", 382 4 , 388* 
391 2 , 393 8 , 397 6 ; remedies, 5:310; 8: 
197-200; 10:448; scabby potatoes 
not caused by, 10:487. 
Wisconsin state horticultural so- 
ciety, Transactions cited, 13:352 8 . 
Wisner, A. B., cited, 7:321. 
Wistaria, Enchenopa binotata on, 

10:493, 512; 14:380 8 . 
Witch hazel, Phobetron pithecium 

on, 5:187. 

Witch hazel Brysocrypta, 9:409. 
Witch hobble, Geometrid larva on, 

5:260. 
Wittmer, J. E., insects from, 3:140; 

10:510. 

wolffii, Phymata (syn. P. erosa, Acan- 
thia), 3:107-10; 7:371; 8:300; 9: 
463; 11:117; 14:319 2 , 352 8 . 
wolfii, Otiocerus, 9:386. 
Wollastonia querciccxla, 2:53. 
Wood, H. C., cited, 4:128; Myria- 
poda of North America cited, 3: 
133. 

Wood, J. G., Insects abroad cited, 
11:174, 241, 248; Insects at home 
cited, 7:279; 11:248. 
Wood, Theodore, cited, 7:280. 
Wood borers, 12:244. 
Woodbine, see Virginia creeper. 
Woodbridge, T. R., insects from, 7: 

383. 

Woodpecker, downy, preying on 

Plagionotus speciosus, 12:242. 

golden winged, feeding on army 

worm, 12:209; preying on 

Plagionotus speciosus, 12: 

242. 

hairy, preying on Plagionotus, 

12:242. 

yellow bellied, 14:344 5 . 
Woodruff, D. F., insects from, 10: 

512. 
Woolly bears, 7:225, 228, 368. 

black-and-red, 7:225-28; 9:439- 

40; 14:369*, 374*. 
yellow, 2:83; 7:304, 305; 9:440; 
14:360", 374 T . ( 



Woolsey, A. H., insects from, 7:384; 

Wrigglers, mosquito larvae, 12:333. 
Wright, H. R., insects from, 10:510 
Wright, J. S., insects from, 8:297. 
Wynkoop, James, insects from 10- 
509. 

Xanthium struinarium, see Cockle- 
bur, 
xanthomelaena, Galeruca, see 

Galerucella luteola. 
Galerucella, see Elm leaf beetle. 
Xanthonia, spotted, 11:269. 
Xanthonia decemnotata, 11:269. 
Xanthotype crocataria (syn. An- 

gerona), 4:206; 10:483. 
Xanthoxylum, see Prickly ash. 
xanthus, Pyrgus, 1:336. 
Xestobium rufovillosum (syn. An- 

obium tesselatum), 2:202. 
Xyleborus infesting pear twigs, 6- 

188; 12:246. 
Xyleborus caelatus, 2:54, 55. 

dispar (syn. X. obesus X. pyri, 
Scolytus obesus, S. pyri), 1: 
310, 331; 3:141; 4:203; 5:300, 
318, 325; 7:348-51, 361, 370, 
383; 8:299; 9:366, 419; 11:270, 
286; 14:318 8 , 340 4 , 349 s , 35 1 6 , 
353 3 , 365 5 . 

obesus, see X. dispar. 
pyri, see X. dispar. 
xylographus, 11:270. 
Xyleutes robiniae, see Prionoxystus. 
Xylina, 1:341; 6:184. 

antennata (syn. X. cinerea), 

1:137, 328; 11:265, 279. 
bethunei, 1:328, 341; 11:265; 12: 

360. 

cinerea, see X. antennata. 
disposita, 1:341. 
lepida, 7:375; 14:307 8 , 321'. 
petulca, see X. signosa. 
signosa (syn. X. petulca), 1:341. 
thaxteri var. lambda, 7:375; 14: 

321 8 . 

unimoda, 7:375; 14:307 5 , 321 8 . 
xylina, Aletia, see A. argillacea. 
xylinoides, Hyppa, 4:138; 10:482; 

14:357". 
Xylocleptes decipiens (Pityophthorus 

species "h" of Hopkins), 11:270. 
Xylocopa virginica, 9:461; 11:284. 
xylographus, Xyleborus, 11:270. 
xyloni, Solenopsis, see S. geminata. 
Xylophagidae classified, 4:174. 
Xylophasia arctica (syn. Hadena, 
Mamestra), 5:212; 10:447, 482; 
14:3ir. 



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Xylophasia devastatrix (syn. Agro- 

tis devastator, Hadena), 1:58, 

303; 8:235; 10:482. 
dubitans, 10:377. 
finitima (syn. Hadena), 10:482. 
grandis (syn. Hadena), 5:210. 
lateritia (syn. Hadena), 10:482. 
lignicolor (syn. Hadeua), 9:456; 

14:316 6 . 
verbascoides (syn. Hadena), 1: 

340. 

Xyloryctes satyrus, 7:25. 
Xyloterus bivittatus, see X. lineatus. 
lineatus (syn. X. bivittatus), 2: 

54. 
colonus (syn. Callidium, Clytus, 

C. agrestis, C. campestris), 

4:93-96, 194; 14:347 3 . 
undulatus, 4:96. 

Yellow fever, mosquitoes vaccinat- 
ing against, 12:331. 
Yellow fever fly, 10:388, 390-91, 489. 
Yellow jacket, 1:30; 7:299; 11:264. 
Yeomans, T. G., insects from, 8:297. 
Young, D. B., insects from, 8:298. 
Young, H. L., insects from, 11:285. 
Young, J. N., insects from, 11:287. 
ypsilon, Agrotis, 1:8, 58; 8:111, 126. 
188-91, 284, 296; 10:497; 12: 
205; 14:371 8 , 382 3 . 
Biston, see Nacophora. 
Nacophora (syn. Biston), 11:216. 
Ypsolophus contubernalellus, see Y. 

pometellus. 
granellus, see Sitotroga cereal- 

ella. 

malifoliellus, 1:329. 
pometellus (syn. Argyrolepia 
pomoriana, A. silvaticana, 
Chaetochilus, C. contuber- 
nalellus, Rhinosia pometella, 
Ypsolophus contubernalellus), 
1:300, 301, 329; 11:267. 
Yucca, insects injurious to; 
Aspidiotus nerii, 11:204. 
Leptocoris trivittatus, 4:158. 



yuccasella, Pronuba, 2:215. 

Zabriskie, J. L., cited, 12:215. 
Zabrus gibbus, see Z. tenebrioides. 
tenebrioides (syn. Z. gibbus), of 

Europe, 3:99. 
Zaraea inflata (syn. Abia capri- 

folium), 1:42. 
zeae, Anthomyia, see Phorbia fus- 

ciceps Zett. 

Sphenophorus, see S. sculptilis. 
Zebra caterpillar, see Cabbage cater- 
pillar, zebra, 
zeellus, Crambus, 4:14. 
Zeler, P. C., Beitrdge zur Kenntniss 
der nordamerikani'schen Nachtfalter, 
'besonders der Microlepidopteren 
cited, 1:127, 157; 5:213; 11:152; 
Chilonidarum et Crambidarum 
genera et species cited, 1:149. 
Zerene catenaria, see Cingilia, 
Zesch, Frank and Reinecke, Ot- 
tomar, List of the Coleoptera ob- 
served and collected in the vicinity 
of Buffalo cited, 7:285; 12:238, 243. 
Zeuzera pupae, 2:216. 
Zeuzera aesculi, see Z. pyrina. 

pyrina (syn. Z. aesculi), 9:426, 
427, 462; 1O:485; 11:265, 275; 
12:360; 14:377 5 , 388 s . 
zimmermani, Nephopteryx, see Pini- 

pestis. 
Pinipestis (syn. Nephopteryx), 

4:19; 7:373; 14:320 2 . 
Zinnia, Spilosoma virginica on, 7: 

304. 
Zittel's Handbuch der Palaeontologie 

cited, 11:241. 

Zizania aquatica, see Rice, Indian, 
zonatus, Urocerus, 13:342 1 , 342 s . 
Zophodia convolutella (syn. Dak- 

ruma), 2:10. 
grossulariae (syn. Pempelia), 2: 

10; 8:294; 14:317 2 . 
Zygaena 8-maculata, see Alypia. 
Zygaenidae, 5:179; 9:456. 
Zygoneura, 10:389. 



Errata to entomologist's reports 1-13 and to 
supplement of 14 



The following are errors detected since the publication of the indi- 
vidual reports. Many of them were corrected by Dr Lintner on printed 
slips or in a subsequent report, others have been found in working on the 
index to his publications. If desired, these may be inserted as slips in the 
respective reports. , 



Additional errata in first report 

Page 40, line 15, for Sylvanus read Silvanus. 

Page 42, line 24, for Tenthridinidae read Tenthredinidae. 

Page 42, line 10 from bottom, take out the comma after cerasi. 

Page 57, line 21 from bottom, for tiers read tyers. 

Page 80, lines 5, 6, 7, 17, take out the period after the species. 

Page 120, line 7 from bottom, for Cicia, read Cicer. 

Page 156, line 4 from bottom, for pinifoliae read pinifoliella. 

Page 160, line 29, for BUCCTJLATRIX read BUCCTJLATRICIS. 

Page 181, line 29, for 107 read 170. 

Page 191, line 1, for BIBLIOGKAPH read BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

Page 215, line 35, change the comma to a period. 

Page 226, line 10 from bottom, after different, insert: class of the. 

Page 227, lines 15 and 16 from bottom, for p. 682 et seq. read p. 477-84. 

I 'age 247, line 16, take out the comma after opimus. 

Page 264, line 6, for 183 read 1834. 

Page 268-9, for Pentatomoidae read Pentatomoidea. 

Page 271, line 26, for 324 read 124. 

Page 272, line 2, for ri&es read ribis. 

Page 296, line 22, read two of the three bound volumes. 

Page 297, line 25, for caprea read capraea. 

Page 297, line 5 from bottom, for togata read tergata. 

Page 300, line 15, for Telamone read Telamona, and for Heleochara read 

HelocJiara. 

Page 302, line 5, for 264 read 254. 
Page 314, last line, for Cyniphidae read Cynipidae. 
Page 329, line 28, for pomotellus read pometellus. 
Page 330, line 12, for fuscata read fuscatus. i 

Page 330, line 16, for (Rhagolites) read (Bhagoletis). 



ERRATA TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 603 

Page 330, line 2 from bottom, for ix read x. 

Page 331, line 3, for aculifer read aculiferus. 

Page 336, line 6, for Daimia read DaAmio. 

Page 343, line 14 from bottom, for marcellaria read macellaria. 

Page of errata, omit the first line. 



Additional errata in second report 

Page xii, line 16, for raeus read reu$. 

Page 5, line 11, for Pristophora read Pristiphora. 

Page 23, line 13 from bottom, for Ampelophila read DrosopMla. 

Page 31, line 3 from bottom, for Pscyche read Psyche. 

Page 46, line 16, for Mille read Miller. 

Page 57, line 3, for Harris read (Harris). 

Page 57, line 7, for 1834 read 1839. 

Page 57, line 20, for 487 read 497. 

Page 69, line 10, for Psyche read Papilio. 

Page 74, line 32, for Thyrlodopteryx read Thyridopteryx. 

Page 77, line 5, for Cupili- read Cupuli-. 

Page 94, line 2, for Grote read Grote. 

Page 97, line 4, from bottom, for Can. read Ont. 

Page 98, line 8 from bottom, for honey-locust read common locust. 

Page 101, line 3, same as above. 

Page 101, line 5, for Spiraac read Spiraea. 

Page 102, line 31, for 169 read 171. . 

Page 119, line 14, for on read in. 

Page 119, line 18; for where read when. 

Page 121, line 13, for Mich, read 111. 

Page 125, line 12, for Sciari read Sciara. 

Page 136, line 17, for BANDI read BATJDI. 

Page 140, line 5, for Ryhnchoporid read Rhynchophorid. 

Page 140, line 26, for pora read phora. 

Page 142, line 2, for (Horn) read Horn. 

Page 146, line 24, for cMstes read chistus. 

Page 152, line 33, for Cimex lectularia read Cimex lectularius. 

Page 166, line 15 from bottom, for Euchetes read Euchaetes. 

Page 168, line 7, for 1860 read 1862. 

Page 180, line 2, for Fitch read (Fitch). 

Page 182, line 10, for longer read shorter. 

Page 199, line 9, for Pscocidae read Psocidae. 

Page 203, line 21, take out BURG. 

Page 207, line 20 and under figures, for purpurascens read purpurescens. 

Page 213, line 5 from bottom, for Corydalus read Corydalis. 

Page 235, line 6, take out the first with. 

Page 241, line 2 from bottom, for Anophales read Anopheles. 



ERRATA TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 605 

Errata in third report 

Page 116, line 6, for Anaitis read Anatis. " 

Page 123, line 25, for Hcuipitera read Hemiptera. 

Page 138, line 16 from bottom, for NUTTALI read NUTTALLI. 

Page 138, line 7 from bottom, for DACTOLYPIUS read DACTYLOPIUS. 

Page 140, line 10, for chaleid Copodosoma truncatella read chalcid Copido- 

soma truncatellum. 

Page 140, line 18, for Irus read strigosa. 
Page 141, line 8, for fusciventris read fasciventris. 

Page 142, line 3 from bottom, for 260 read 269, [continued on page 289]. 
Page 144, line 7, for picivorous read picivwus. 
Page 153, line 24, for EuscMstes read Euschistus. 
Page 153, line 25, for Phylira read Phyllira. 

Additional errata in fourth report 

Page 50, lines 4, 9, 13, 14, 21, for deflnata read deftnita. 

Page 67, line 25, for Daniels read Daniell. 

Page 71, lines 20 and 21, for auxiliary read first. 

Page 72, lines 18 and 41, for Wager read Waga. 

Page 73, line 7, after p. 152 add (of Synop. Br. Ins.). 

Page 104, bottom line, for back read bark. 

Page 115, line 12, for COOK read COOKE. 

Page 137, line 7, for hypopMeas read hypophlaeas. 

Page 139, line 10, for Cramer read (Cramer). 

Page 151, line 9, for 41, 44 read 41-44. 

Page 154, line 8 from bottom, for tamariscis read tamarind. 

Page 162, line 2 from bottom, for geminata read gemmata. 

Page 180, line 18 from bottom, for Periplanata read Periplaneta. 

Page 197, line 14 from bottom, for Tenthridinae read Tenthredinae. 

Page 206, line 3, for crocotaria read crocataria. 

Page 207, line 12, for Tnung. read Thunb. 

Page 207, line 16 from bottom, for vestata read vestita. 

Page 208, line 8 from bottom, for oUusa read oUrusa. 

Additional errata in fifth report 

Page 148, line 5, for zanthomelaena read xanthomelaena. 

Page 170, line 8, for Dallas read (Dallas). 

Page 174, line 18, transfer comma from after clwerocampa to before. 

Page 193, line 3, for Adolecephala read Adelocephala. 

Page 399, line 7 from bottom, for Ceratocampadae read Ceratocampidae. 

Page 201, line 3, for Hist, read Sci. 

Page 213, line 4, for Boisdaval read Boisduval. 

Page 219, line 20, for ac ss read across. 

Page 224, line 9 from bottom, for L. A. Howard read L. O. Howard. 



ERRATA TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 607 

Page 224, line 3 from bottom, and page 225, line 13, for Boder read Bodee. 

Page 231, omit first and third paragraphs, relating to tobacco feeding. 

Page 232, line 14 from bottom, for basilis read basali$. 

Page 245, line 25, for quadrinota read quadrinotata. 

Page 257, line 16, for Guer. read Guer. 

Page 266, line 16 and under figure, for pinifolii read pinifoliae. 

Page 268, line 15, for subjec read subject. 

Page 268, line 23, for fraterna read fraternus. 

Page 271, line 4 from bottom, for Blaphar- read Blephwr-. 

Page 282, line 2, for Trypetdiae read Trypetidae. 

Page 283, line 3 from bottom, for more read less. 

Page 295, line 19, for Raf. read (Raf.). 

Page 300, line 9 from bottom, for Chrysomelidae read BrucMdae. 

Page 303, line 18, for Tachus read Tacliys. 

Page 303, line 19, for Homolota read Homalota. 

Page 313, bottom line, for he read the. 

Page 320, last line, for hyalinatalis read liyalinata. 

Page 326, line 19, for Husted read Huested. 

Additional errata in sixth report 

Page 120, line 2 from bottom, for Henshaw read Dimmock. 

Page 146, line 23, precede the line with it and. 

Page 151, lines 12 and 16, longipennis and Columbia are the same. 

Page 170, line 26, for Antliomenus read Anchomenus. 

Page 176, line 23, for pilisicollis read pilosicollis. 

Page 188, line 20, for confusor read confusus. 

Page 189, line 2, for Linn, read (Linn.) and for DeGeer read (DeGeer). 

Page 189, line 3, for .CEOUSE read CROWE. 

Additional errata in seventh report 

Page 201, line 12, for PHYTOOMYZA read PHYTOMYZA. 

Page 229, line 25, for abbreviatella read abbreviata. 

Page 250, line 4 from bottom, for ventral surface read dorsal segment. 

Page 279, line 19, for (Bohenaan) read Boheman. 

Page 285, line 20, for Syn. read Syst. 

Page 296, line 14 from bottom, for Magazine read Weekly. 

Page 297, line 5, for MCNEAL read MCNEIL. 

Page 297, line 8, for ii read i. 

Page 320, line 6, for G. F. Pierce read G. T. Pierce. 

Page 325, line 10 from bottom, for Periplanata read Periplaneta. 

Page 334, line 13, for pyymeus read pygmaeus. 

Page 357, line 1, for (C) read (iB). 

Page 360, line 12 from bottom, for Oliv. read (Oliv.). 

Page 367, lines 29 and 30, for Cuterabra read Cuterebra. 



ERRATA TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 609 

Page 369, line 11, for Amblycomorplia read Amblycoryplia. 

Page 371, line 10, for Daimia read Daimio. 

Page 375, lines 29 and 30, for Xylina lambda (Fabr.) var. Thaxteri Grote 

read Xylina Thaxteri Grote var. lambda (Fabr.). 
Page 381, line 1, for (D) read (C). 
Page 382, line 25, for Cuterabra read Cuterebra. 
Page 384, line 17, for Harris read (DeGeer). 
Page 384, line 19, for Amblycomorplia read Amblycorypha. 

Additional errata in eighth report 

Page 106, line 31, for C. pyrivora read D. pyrivora. 

Page 163, omit last line. 

Page 167, line 13, for pyymeus read pygmaeus. 

Page 238, line 8 from bottom, for Masicpra read Hasicera. 

Page 275, line 13, for Chalciddiae read Chalcididae. 

Page 289, line 4, for deftnata read deflnita. 

Page 291, lines 3 and 8 from bottom, for Deshaiziana read DesJiaisiana. 

Page 298, line 7, for HelopUilus read HydropMlus. 

Page 300, line 12 from bottom, for Chlosops read Chlorops. 

Additional errata in ninth report 

Page 296, line 8, for pelargium read pelargonium. 

Page 296, line 15, for Garpocapsa read Carpocapsa. 

Page 313, line 15, for CMorops read Chloropisca. 

Page 343, line 12, for 1844 read 1884. 

Page 450, line 12, for Gonopteryx read Gonoptera. 

Page 455, line 4 from bottom, for Lecontii read Lecontei. 

Page 456, last line, for Sclilayaeri read ScTilaegeri. 

Page 461, line 14, for Xylocapa read Xylocopa. 

Page 462, line 2 from bottom,, for fulvipes read fuscipes. 

Additional errata in loth report 

Page 403, line 21, for Africa read Australia and for Ezra P. read Frazer S. 

Page 406, in explanation of figure 8, for RUFICOLIS read RUFICOLLIS. 

Page 411, line 7, for 1894 read 1844. 

Page 430, line 5 from bottom, for Hist, read Sci. 

Page 443, line 10, for verruculosa read verruculatus. 

Page 477, line 10 from bottom, for GUIER read FIGUIER. 

Page 483, line 23, for nigrinodes read nigrinodis. 

Page 512, line 27, for Linn, read (Linn.). 

Page 515, line 7, for JOHN read JULIUS. 

Page 516, line 10, for LEFLER read LAFLER. 

Page 518, line 11 from bottom, for tenebrosus read tenebricosus. 

Page 526, line 8 from bottom, for (Fabr.) read (Linn.). 



ERRATA. TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS 6ll 

Page 528, line 2, for Linn, read (Linn.). 

Page 528, line 18, for Odontata read Odontota. 

Page 531, line 10, for Harris read (DeGeer). 

Page 531, line 3 from bottom, for (DeGeer) read DeGeer. 

Additional errata in nth report 

Page 109, next to last line, for p. 240 read p. 249. 

Page 121, line 12 from bottom, for indiginella read indigenella. 

Page 238, line 15 from bottom, for Brachnermirus read Brachynemurus. 

Page 266, line 5 from bottom, for pyricclana read pyricolana. 

Page 272, line 5, for cyaneipes read cyanipes. 

Page 284, line 2, for 1894 read 1895. 

Additional errata in I2th report 

Page 243, line 16, for trinlieata read trilineata. 

Page 361, line 13, for nigra read niger. 

Page 362, lines 19 and 20, for J. A. HOUCK read J. H. HOUCK. 

Erratum in I3th report 

Page 351, line 2 from bottom, for lineatus read linearis. 

Errata in supplement to I4th report 

Page 317, lines 3-4, for [Prionodus] read [Prionidus]. 

Page 318, line 29, for [Glyphina] read [Colopna]. 

Page 321, line 16, Lycaena lotis is not a var. of Cyanins pseudargiolus. 

Page 321, line 10 from bottom, for populata read populatum. 

Page 331, line 11 from bottom, for ChortopMla [Phorbia] floccosa read 

ChortopMla floccosa [Phorbia brassicae]. 

Page 333, line 16 from bottom, for [Prionodus] read [Prionidus]. 
Page 339, line 6, for [Prionodus] read [Prionidus]. 
Page 354, line 16, take out [Glyphina]. 
Page 368, line 6, for beetle read bug. 
Page 380, line 13 from bottom, for ruficaudus read ruficaudis. 



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