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SERIES B: MEDICAL 
AND VETERINARY. 



INDEX TO VOLS. I-X. 
(1913-1922). 



ISSUED BY THE IMPERIAL 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY. 



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THE REVIEW 
OF APPLIED 
ENTOMOLOGY. 



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LONDON: 

THE IMPERIAL BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY, 

41, QUEEN'S GATE, S.W. 7. 

1924. 



All Rights Reserved. 



IMPERIAL BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY. 



HONORARY COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT. 



THE EARL BUXTON, G.C.M.G., Chairman. 

Lieutenant-Colonel A. W. Alcock, CLE., F.R.S., London School of Tropical 

Medicine. 
jNIajor E. E.' AuSTEN, D.S.O., Deputy Keeper, Entomological Department, 

British Museum (Natural History). 
Dr. A. G. Bagshawe, C.M.G., Director, Tropical Diseases Bureau. 
Major-General Sir J. ROSE Bradford, K.C.M.G., C.B., C.B.E., F.R.S., 

Medical Adviser to the Colonial Office. 
Major-General Sir David Bruce, K.C.B., F.R.S., Chairman of the Governing 

Body, Lister Institute. 
Mr. J. C. F. Fryer, Entomologist to the Ministry of Agriculture. 
Sir Sydney F. Harmer, K.B.E., F.R.S., Director, British Museum (Natural 

History). 
Mr. E. M. B. Ingram, O.B.E., Foreign Office. 

Professor H. Maxwell Lefroy, Imperial College of Science and Technology. 
The Hon. Sir E. Lljcas, .\gent-General for South .Australia. 
Dr. R. Stewart MacDougall, Lecturer on .Agricultural Entomology, 

Edinburgh University. 
Sir John McFadyean, Principal, Royal Veterinary College, Camden Town. 
Sir Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G., Late .Adviser to the Colonial Office in 

Tropical Agriculture. 
Professor R. Newstead, F.R.S., Dutton Memorial Professor of Medical 

Entomology, Liverpool University. 
Professor G. H. F. NUTTALL, F.R.S., Quick Professor of Protozoology, 

Cambridge. 
Professor E. B. Poulton, F.R.S., Hope Professor of Zoology, Oxford. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir David Prain, C.M.G., CLE., F.R.S. 
Sir H. J. Read, K.C.M.G., C.B., Colonial Office. 

Dr. Hugh Scott, Curator in Entomology, Museum of Zoology, Cambridge. 
Sir Arthur E. Shipley, G.B.E., F.R.S., Master of Christ's College, 

Cambridge. 
Sir Stewart Stockman, Chief Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Agriculture. 
Mr. F. V. Theobald, South Eastern Agricultural College, Wye. 
Mr. C Warburton, Zoologist to the Royal Agricultural Society of England. 

The Chief Entomologist in each of the Self-governing Dominions is 

ex-officio a member of the Committee. 

GENERAL SECRETARY. 

Mr. A. C C. Parkinson, O.li.E. ^Colonial Office). 

DIRECTOR. 

Dr. Guy A. K. Marshall, C.M.G., F.R.S. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR. 

Dr. S. A. Neave. 



Head <9#<:^.— British ?\Iuseum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, London, 

S.W. 7. 
Publication Office — 41, Queen's Gate, London, S.W. 7. 



THE REVIEW 
OF APPLIED 
ENTOMOLOGY. 



SERIES B: MEDICAL 
AND VETERINARY. 



INDEX TO VOLS. I-X. 
(1913-1922). 



ISSUED BY THE IMPERIAL 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY. 



LONDON: 

THE IMPERIAL BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY, 

41. QUEEN'S GATE. S.W. 7. 

1924. 

Price 9s. net. 

All Rights Reserved. 



iMPERSAL BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY. 



HONORARY COMIVSITTEE OF MANAGESVIENT. 



THE EARL BUXTON, G.C.M.G., Chairmari. 

Lieutenant-Colonel A. W. Alcock, C.I.E., F.R.S., London School of Tropical 
Medicine. 

Major E. E. Aust?:n, D.S.O., Deputy Keeper, Entomological Department, 
British Museum (Natural History). 

Dr. A. G. Bagshawe, C.M.G., Director, Tropical Diseases Bureau. 

Major-General Sir J. Rose Bradford, K.C.M.G., C.B., C.B.E., F.R.S., 
Medical Adviser to the Colonial Office. 

Major-General Sir David Bruce, K.C.B., F.R.S., Chairman of the Governing 
Body, Lister Institute. 

Mr. J. C. F. Fryer, Entomologist to the Ministry of Agriculture. 

Sir Sydney F. Harmer, K.B.E., F.R.S., Director, British Museum (Natural 
History). 

Mr. E. ]NL B. Ingram, O.B.E., Foreign Office. 

Professor H. Maxwell Lefroy, Imperial College of Science and Technology. 

The Mon. Sir E. Lucas, Agent- General for South Australia. 

Dr. R. Stewart MacDougall, Lecturer on Agricultural Entomology, 
Edinburgh L^niversity. 

Sir John McFadyean, Principal, Royal Veterinary College, Camden To%vn. 

Sir Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G., Late Adviser to the Colonial Office in 
Tropical Agriculture. 

Professor R. Newstead, F.R.S., Dutton Memorial Professor of Medical 
Entomology, Liverpool University. 

Prof>;sf,or G H. F. Nuttall, F.R.S., Quick Professor of Protozoology, 
Cambridge. 

Professor E. B. Poulton, F.R.S., Hope Professor of Zoology, Oxford. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Sir David Prain, C.M.G., CLE., F.R.S. 

Sir H. J. Read, K.C.M.G., C.B., Colonial Office. 

Dr. Hugh Scott, Curator in Entomology, Museum of Zoology, Cambridge. 

Sir Arthur E. Shipley, G.B.E., F.R.S., Master of Christ's College, 
Cambridge. 

Sir Stewart Stockman, Chief Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Agriculture. 

Mr. F. V. Theobald, South Eastern Agricultural College, Wye. 

INIr. C. Warburton, Zoologist to the Royal AgricuUural Society of England. 

The Chief Entomologist in each of the Self-governing Dominions is 
ex-officio a member of the Committee. 

GENERAL SECRETARY. 

Mr. A. C. C. Parkinson, O.B.E. (Colonial Office). 

DIRECTOR. 

Dr. Guy A. K. Marshall, C.M.G., F.R.S. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR; 

Dr. S. A. Neave. 



Head O^c^.— British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, London, 

S.W. 7. 
Publication Office — 41, Queen's Gate, London, S.W. 7. 



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FOREWORD. 

A widespread demand for a ten years' index to the ^Medical Series 
of the " Review of AppHed Entomology " has arisen, not only because 
it would enhance the value of the Review as a work of reference, but 
also because the numerous changes in synonymy during the period 
invoh'ed have resulted in the insects often being recorded under 
diffenint names in different ^'olumes. 

Owing to the vast number of entries and the great expense of an 
index of this character, it has been found necessary to confine it to the 
Arthropod names onlj'. For entries under the diseases and blood 
parasites, their vertebrate hosts, the countries in which they occur, 
etc., the reader is referred to the annual indices published with each 
volume. 

The general arrangement of the index is identical with that of the 
annual indices except that in the case of the list of authors reference is 
restricted to those whose papers have been actually abstracted, casual 
mention of authors in the text being omitted. 

In the case of scientific names the page reference is cited only under 
the heading of the generic name. 

When an alternative name is printed in brackets, it signifies that it 
is not the. one here adopted, but in the case of certain mosquitos the 
valid sub-generic name, which in the view of some authors should have 
the status of a genus, is distinguished by an asterisk. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Abbatucci, S., X. 102. 

Abbott, W. S., VI. 240, VII. 153, 

VIII. 13, IX. 110. 
Abrami, P., VI. 36, VIII. 108. 
a Court, A. W. H., VI. 111. 
Acton, W. H., VII. 102. 
Adams, H. A., VI. 164. 
Addison, J. B., III. 190. 
Adelmann, E., VIII. 45. 
Aders, W. M., III. 48, 49, V. 

147, VI. 46, 123, VIII. 112. 
Adie, H. A., I. 142, IX. 209, X. 

72, 197. 
Adler, S.. X. 126. 
Adrien, C, VI. 217. 
Afonso, P. C, X. 67. 
Agir, V. 15. 
Agnoletti, G., VIII. 98. 
Akin, C. v., III. 48. 
Akinschin, T., II. 118. 
Akula, T. G., I. 143. 
Alary, A., V. 36. 
Alcock, A., I. 6, 131, II. 6, 166, 

III. 129. 

Alcock, W. B., VI. 43. 
Aldige, E., IX. 58. 
Aldrich, T- M., III. 166. 
Alessandrini, G., IV. 83, V. 71, 

VIII. 44. 
Alexander, D., VI. 47. 
Alfieri, A., IX. 164. 
Allen, A. H., X. 108. 
Allen, J. A., VII. 54, X. 139. 
Almeida, Jr., T. de, VIII. 3. 
Almeida Cunha, R. de, III. 82, 

IV. 83. 

Altson, A. M., VIII. 218. 
Alvares, M. G. de A., IV. 48. 
Ameuille, VII. 79. 
Anderson, A. G., X. 8. 
Anderson, T. J., II. 37, V. 31, X. 

11. 
Andres, VIII. 123. 
Anfreville, L. d', IV. 16, 40, 85, 

VI. 12. 
Annandale, N., IV. 118. 



Anson, B. J., X. 177. 
Anthony, A. L., VIII. 91. 
Antoine, I. 101. 
Apsit, J. G., III. 136. 
Aragao, H. de Beam^epaire, V. 190, 

VIII. 172, IX. 122, X. 159. 
Aran jo, H. C. de Souza, VIII. 25. 
Archibald, R. G., III. 28, V. 179, 

VII. 99, X. 234. 
Arenberg, Prince P. d', VI. 17. 
Arias, G. J. M., X. 173. 
Arkell, T. R., V. 118. 
Arkwright, J. A., VI. 237, VI I. 

146, IX. 96. 
Armand-Delille, P., V. 98, 159, 

VI. 36. 
Arnold, W. J. J., II. 67. 
Arrow, G. J., VIII. 215. 
Artega, J. F., IX. 122. 
Aruch, E., X. 211. 
Arzt, L., V. 145. 
Ashworth, J. H., IV. 87. 
Athanassof, N., VIII. 85. 
Athias, G., VIII. 16. 
Atkin, E. E., V. 155, IX. 96. 
Atkins. W. R. G., X. 35. 
Atkinson, E. L., IV. 91. 
Atsatt, R. F., VI. 183. 
Austen, E. E., I. 29, 35, 66, II. 

51, 52, 84, 96, 140, III. 88, 

VIII. 51, 110, 175, 177, 208," 

IX. 140, 194, X. 105, 143, 189, 
208. 

Averfeld, H. Stadtmann-, IX. 186. 

Averv, L., VIII. 36. 

Awati, P. R., III. 211, IV. 74, 
172, VI. 1, 131, VIII. 159, 160, 
IX. 103, 105, 210, X. 231. 

Ayyar, T. V. Ramakrishna, VI. 
22, IX. 79. 



Babault, G., X. 52. 
Babcock, O. G., IX. 182. 
Baber, E., VII. 5. 
Bachmann, A., X. 13, 23. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Bacot, A. W., II. 60, 61, 62, 131, 
135, III. 9, 44, 63, IV. 57, 161, 
192, V. 24, 69, 74, 90, 153, 155, 
VI. 108, 132, 237, VII. 32, 50, 
72, 146, VIII. 3, 4, 22, 33, IX. 
64, 96, X. 31. 

Baerg, W. J.. X. 190. 

Baerthlein, K., V. 43. 

Bagnall, R. S., X. 71. 

Bagshawe, A. G., II. 140. 

Bague, J., IX. 140, X. 69. 

Bahr. P. H., II. 66, 130, III. 76, 

VI. 176. [Subsequently Man- 
son-Bahr, P., q.v.] 

Bais, W. J.. X. 5. 

Baker, A. W., III. 186, V. 187, 

VII. 21. 
Balard, G., X. 147. 
Baldrey, F. S. H.. I. 22. 
Balfour, A.. I. 126, 166, III. 45, 

69, IV. 142, 150, 179, VIII. 124, 
IX. 127, 133, X. 94, 106, 225. 

Ballowe, H. L., VII. 8. 

Bancroft, M. J., VII. 112, VIII. 
174, 189, X. 14, 15. 

Bandermann, F., II. 146. 

Bang, B., VII. 172. 

Bang, H., IX. 67. 

Banks. C. S., III. 91, VII. 193, 

VIII. 94. 
Banks, N., IV. 96. 
Banus, M. Garcia, IX. 76. 
Barbara. B., VII. 11, 139. 
Barber, G. W., VIII. 35. 
Barber, L. B., III. 92, IV. 191, 

V. 184. 
Barber, M. A., I. 113, II. 126, 

III. 65, 213, VI. 124, X. 65. 
Barbieri, A., VII. 180, VIII. 77, 

130, IX. 34, X. 43. 
Barclay, A. H.. II. 198. 
Bardelli, P., VII. 131, X. 201. 
Barge, J., IX. 164. 
Barker, C. N., VII. 11. 
Barlow, J., I. 67. 
Barney, R. L., X. 177. 
Barraud, P. J., VIII. Ill, IX. 98. 
Barret. H. P.. IV. 61, 136, VII. 

22, 106. 
Barreto, A., X. 158. 
Bashford, E. F., VII. 94. 
Basile, C, 1. 130, IV. 102, IX. 54. 
Bass, C. C, IX. 178, X. 130. 
Bass, R., VI. 57. 
Bassett-Smith, Sir P. W., VII. 

109, IX. 108. 



Bassewitz, E. von, VIII. 102, IX. 

130. 
Bates, L. B.. IX. 198, X. 173. 
Bates, L. I., VII. 74. 
Battaglia, M. I., VII. 139. 
Bail, A., IX. 19, X. 226. 
Bauche, J., I. 57, II. 41. 
Baudet, E. A. R. F., VII. 39. 
Baumgarten, A.. VI. 55. 
Baurv, A., X. 96, 175, 188. 
Bavlis, H. A., VII. 154. 
Bayon, H.. III. 120. 
Beach, T. B., I. 79. 
Beach. W. H., V. 7. 
Beal, W. P. B., I. 19, II. 48, III. 

18, IV. 12, IX. 100. 
Beard, J., X. 110. 
Beanlieu. G.. III. 155. 
Beaurepaire Aragao, H. de, V. 

190, VIII. 172, IX. 122, X. 

159. 
Beck.*M.. I. 76, II. 87. 
Becker, T., X. 110. 
Beckwith. C. S., V. 141, VII. 24, 

IX. 186, 187, X. 111. 
Bedford, G. A. H., I. 139, IV. 

186, 189, VI. 32, VIII. 7, 9, 
167, 204. 

Beguet. M.. VII. 30, X. 39. 

Behn, P., VIII. 193. 

Belai, A.. X. 178. 

BeHtzer, A. V.. II. 98. 

Bell, Sir E. Hesketh, III. 97. 

Bell. H. D., IX. 56. 

Belli, C. M., V. 86. 
' Bellile, P.. I. 189. 

Beloglazov, G. I., II. 98. 

Bencziir, J. von, V. 111. 

Bengtson, I. A., X. 110. 
i Bennett, D. H., IX. 182, 183. 

Bentley, C. A., II. 195, VI. 196, 

X. 223. 
Benzler. J., VI. 56. 
Bequaert, J., I. 36, 91, 93, 94, 

100, 120, 140, 141, 220, III. 

198, 199, IV. 16, 40, 138, V. 

49, VI. 107, VII. 117, VIII. 

17, 108, IX. 43, X. 180. 
Beresoff, W. F., II. 174. 
Bergevin, E. de., IV. 139. 
Bergmann, A., X. 40. 
Berlese, A., I. 68, V. 160. 
Bernard. P. N., I. 57, II. 41. 
Bernardini, L., VIII. 137. 
Bernier y Lan, III. 51. 
Bernstein, J. M., III. 89. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Bertarelli, E., IV. 153, IX. 59. 

Bertolio, S., IV. 152. 

Berton, V. 77. 

Bertrand, G., VII. 182, 184, 

VIII. 76. 
Berrv, A. H., I. 81. 
Bevan, L. E. W.. III. 19, 211, 

IV. 46, V. 105, VI. 133, 134, 

VIII. 79, 129, 137, 199. 
Beyer, H. G., IV. 135. 
Beyro, A. F., V. 169. 
Bezzi, M., II. 101, III. 136, IV. 

156, IX. 76, X. 139. 
Bimbo, P.. V. 28. 
Birt, C, I. 206, III. 166. 
Bishop, W. A., IV. 105. 
Bishopp, F. C, I. 96, 101, 115, 160, 

III. 92, 159, 174, IV. 1, 4, 34, 
181, V. 92, VI. 14, 88, 89, 121, 
VII. 121, VIII. 70, 84, 162, 
189, IX. 158, 194, 203, X. 83, 
122, 162. 

Bisset. E., II. 194. 
Blacklock, B.. I. 61, 63, 67, II. 
126, 131, III. 177, 178, 179, 

VII. 160, VIII. 96, 156, IX. 
23, 118, X. 62, 126. 

Blackshaw, G. N., IX. 119. 

Blaizot, L., I. 70, 74. 

Blanc, G., II. 132, III. 26, 59, 

IV. 63, 121, V. 113, VI. 27, 34, 
158, 159, 198, 203, VII. 58, 145, 

VIII. 181, IX. 49, 81, 94. 
Blanchard. C, VI. 206. 
Blanchard, M., II. 79, X. 185. 
Blanchard, R., 1. 187, 191, VI. 23, 

203. 
Blanco Ledesma, D. A., VI. 51. 
Blau, P., VI. 135, 215. 
Bodet, VII. 28, VIII. 212. 
Bodkin, G. E., III. 157, V. 4, 57, 

VI. 18, 177, VII. 71, 129, 179, 

IX. 2, X. 33, 54, 217. 
Bogdanova-Katkova, L. I., IX. 

115. 
Boing, W., II. 169, IV. 58. 
Bolshakov, A., III. 114. 
Bolt, R. A.. III. 113. 
Bonain, VII. 125. 
Bondar, G., IX. 112. 
Bonilla, A., X. 69. 
Bonnard, VI. 34. 
Bonne, C. VII. 6, VIII. 32, 59, 

IX. 31, 72, 88, X. 76, 96. 
Bonne-Wepster, J., VIII. 32, 59, 

IX. 31, 72, 88, X. 76, 96. 



Boone, R. C. P., X. 220. 

Bora, E., IX. 143. 

Bornand, M., VIII. 207. 

Borthwick, J. D., VI. 167. 

Bose, S. C, X. 205. 

Bostin, S. L., V. 180. 

Both, G., IX. 67. 

Bouet, G., I. 38, 52, II. 77, III. 

199, IV. 84, 101, V. 38, 50. 
Bouffard, G., VI. 202, VII. 144. 
Bouilliez, M., III. 29, IV. 84, IX. 

89. 
Bouiiov, v., II. 97. 
Bourcart, J., VIII. 20. 
Bouron, A., X. 172. 
Bousfield, L., VII. 111. 
Bouvier, J. E., VI. 71. 
Boyd, J. E. M., IX. 16, X. 86, 

142, 165. 
Boye, G., VII. 67. 
Boynton, W. H., VI. 10. 
Brack, VI. 192. 
Bradford, Sir J. R., VII. 94. 
Bradley, B., IV. 196, VI. Ill, 213, 

VII.61, 187, IX. 127. 
Brain, C. K., I. 22, 142, VI. 185, 

VII. 133. 

Branden, F. Van den, I. 36, 120, 
140, IV. 101, VI. 11, 34, VIII. 
17, 24, X. 146. 

Brandt, F. R., VI. 68, VII. 182, 

VIII. 180. 
Brandford, R., VIII. 50. 
Bras de Sa, J. L., IX. 6. 
Braun, V. 30. 

Breemen, M. L. van, VI. 53, VII. 

96, IX. 36. 
Brehme, H. H., I. 118. 
Breijer, H. G., III. 222. 
Breinl, A., I. 9, III. 24, 153, VI. 

223 IX 76. 
Bresslau, E.. 'vi. 211, VIII. 120, 

IX 213 
Brethes, ]., VII. 32, 181, VIII. 

61, IX. 5, X. 136, 171. 
Bridwell, J. C, VI. 163. 
Brimley, C. S., X. 228. 
Britten, H., IX. 47. 
Britton, W. E., I. 39, 94, II. 49, 

99, 158, V. 73, 104. 
Brockman, R. E. Drake-, I. 116, 

II. 7, 8, III. 72, 150, 229. 
Brocq-Rousseau, VII. 182, VIII. 

76. 
Brodersen, L., VIII. 82. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Brolemann, H. W., VII. 140, 

VIII. 76, IX. 38. 
Brook, G. R., VII. 64. 
Brooke, G. E., III. 189. 
Brooks, R. St. J., V. 151. 
Brown, W. G., I. 104, V. 78, 94, 

VII. 114, VIII. 75. 

Bruce, Sir D., I. 99, 100, 133, II. 

119, 156, 185, 186, 188, III. 170, 

V. 185. 
Bruce, E. A., VI. 44, VII. 43, X. 

198 199 
Brues! C. T., I. 16, II. 8, VIII. 

14, IX. 169, X. 54. 
Brug, S. L., IX. 8, X. 51, 172, 

179, 211. 
Brule, M., VI. 4. 
Brumpt, E., I. 122, 123, 188, II. 

52, 87, III. 56, VI. 133, VII. 160, 

VIII. 41, 66, 67, 165, 185, IX. 
173, X. 218. 

Brunetti, E., II. 100, VII. 129, 

VIII. 30, IX. 57. 
Briinnich, J. C, III. 191. 
Brunton, J. Dunbar-, I. 157. 
Bruyant, L., I. 120. 
Buchanan, R. M., IV. 45. 
Buchholtz, M., VII. 123. 
Buchner, P., X. 224. 
Buck, J. E., III. 165. 
Buckeridge, G. L., VI. 180. 
Buckland, J., IV. 2. 
Buen, F. de, X. 174. 
Buen, S. de, V. 126, VI. 49, VII. 

78 X 174 
BuU,'l. B., VII. 62, VIII. 51. 
Burnett, J. E., VII. 37. 
Burton-Brown, G., IV. 141. 
Buschkiel, M., X. 212. 
Busck, A., III. 30. 
Bushnell, L. D., VII. 169. 
Bussiere, F., VI. 200. 
Butler, C. S., VI. 49. 
Butler, W. J., IX. 63. 
Buttrick, P. L., I. 226, IV. 95. 
Buxton, P. A., VIII. 69, 134, IX. 

54, 127, 148, X. 209. 
Buysson, H. du, IX. 154, X. 217. 
Byam, W., VI. 225, VIII. 10, 70. 
Byrd, H., III. 32. 

Caballero, A., VIII. 61, X. 108, 

136, 221. 
Cadet, G., V. 50. 
Caesar, L., VII. 194. 
Caffrey, D. J., VI. 230. 



Caille, E., VI. 140. 

Caillon, L., VII. 153. 

Calderon, H., IV. 69. 

Calvert, P. P., VI. 80. 

Cameron, A. E., V. 119, 170, VI. 

178, VII. 28, 55, 58, X. 181. 
Caminopetros, J., IX. 81. 
Campbell, A. W., VI. Ill, VII. 

187. 
Campbell, C. A. R., I. 176. 
Campion, H., IX. 175. 
Campos, M. de, V. 65. 
Canalis, P., IV. 94. 
Cantacuzene, J., VII. 158, VIII. 

146. 
Carbonell, M. V., IX. 198. 
Cardamatis, J. P., VI. 206, VII. 

141. 
Carini, A., II. 124, 125, IV. 59. 
Garment, A. G., VI. 46, X. 169. 
Carnegie Dickson, W. E., IX. 70. 
Carpano, M., IV. 14, VII. 52, X. 

185 
Carpenter, G. D. H., II. 30, VIIL 

99. 
Carpenter, G. H., II. 185, III. 19, 

22, V. 163, VI. 139, IX. 22, 189, 

X. 163. 
Carrante, V., X. 6. 
Carroll, J. H., VI. 225, VIIL 10. 
Carroll. M., IX. 187, 188, X. 110. 
Carter, H. F., I. 7. 67, II. 45, III. 

121, IV. 109, VII. 80, 160, VIIL 

96, 97, 156, IX. 23, 25, 56, 76, 

95, 118, 132, 201. 
Carter, H. R., III. 78, 189, IV. 

109, 180, V. 100, 135, VI. 154, 

168, VII. 178, VIIL 95, 125, IX. 

71, X. 130. 
Casaux, J., 11. 170. 
Cassamagnaghi, A., IX. 157. 
Cassidy, L., VI. 116. 
Castellani, A., I. 15, IV. 7, V. 188. 
Castillo, E. del, VIIL 52. 
Castro, R. de, VIIL 31. 
Catanei, A., X. 112. 
Caullery, M., X. 161. 
Celebrini, E. von, II. 97. 
Celli, A., I. 199, III. 1. 
Certain, B., VI. 82. 
Chagas, C, V. 190, 191, VII. 141. 
Chalmers, A. J., I. 232, 11. 187, 

VI. 194, VII. 6, VIIL 190. 
Chamberlain, R. V., IX. 40. 
Chambers, F., 11. 177, VI. 119, 

X. 4. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Champetier, VII. 167. 
Chanal, L., IX. 205. 
Chand, K., III. 211, IV. 124. 
Chandler, A. C. VI. 113, 186. 
Chandler, S. C, VIII. 178, IX. 

88 X 93 
Chandler, W. L., VII. 162. 
Chapin, E. A.. VII. 121, IX. 95. 
Chapin. R. M., II. 145, III. 35, 

76, IV. 3, V. 116, VUl. 72, 166. 
Charleman, E., III. 183. 
Charmov, D. d'E. de, III. 53, 221, 

VII. i34. 
Chatton. E., I. 121, IV. 63, 121, 

VI. 27, 130, 141, 158, 159, 200, 
203, \ II. 58, 145, IX. 120. 

Cheatham, C. A., IX. 5, 28. 
Cheireddin, IX. 113. 
Chesnev, L. M., V. 31. 
Chidester, F. E., IV. 123, V. 103, 

104, VI. 68, VIII. 94. 
Chiriboga, J. M., VIII. 78. 
Chitre, G. D., IX. 158. 
Chittenden, F. H., II. 72, III. 

135. 
Cholet, VI. 42. 
Chretien, A., IX. 129. 
Christophers, S. R., I. 51, 128, 

III. 211, IV. 23, 24, 74, 124, 

172, IX. 13, 159, 160, X. 72, 78, 

231 
Christy, C, \'. 181, VI. 84. 
Chubb, E. C, IV. 121. 
Chun, J. W. H., IV. 101. 
Churchill, J. H., VI. 225, VIII. 10. 
Ciavaldini, J., VI. 211. 
Cimatti, V., IX. 39. 
Citroen, S., VI. 214. 
Clapier, P., V. 96, VIII. 18, IX. 

59, 180. 
Clare, H. L., III. 84, IV. 69, V. 17. 
Clark, G. H., V. 153. 
Clark, H. C, VII. 166. 
Clark, P. F., I. 17. 
Clark, W. S., II. 135. 
Clarke, J. T., VIII. 75, IX. 38, X. 

119. 
Clayton, T. A., VI. 43. 
Cleare, L. D., Jr., V. 4, VI. 209, 

VII. 134, VIII. 190. 
Clegg, T., VI. 117. 

Cleland, J. B., I. 26, III. 206, 
307, IV. 110, 181, 196, V. 110, 
VI. Ill, 213, VII. 15, 61, 81, 
175, 187, IX. 127, X. 167. 



Cleveland, R. A., VI. 47. 
Clinton. H. F., VIII. 164. 
Coad, B. R., I. 198. 
Coates, G. M., III. 35. 
Coates, W. H., IX. 113. 
Cockerell, T. D. A., II. 93, VI. 

146, 223, 228. 
Cockle, J. W., V. 34. 
Codina, A., X. 112. 
Cogan, E. S., VI. 133. 
Coghill, H. S., IV. 66, V. 39, VI. 

225. 
Cohen, L. IX. 10. 
Cole, F. R., X. 175. 
Coleman, L. V., V. 152. 
Coles, A. C, VII. 70. 
Collignon, IX. 7. 
Cominotti, L., VII. 126. 
Connal, A., IV. 66, V. 39, VI. 225, 

IX. 119, X. 42, 184. 
Connal, S. L. M., X. 42, 184. 
Connal, S. Summers-, III. 12. 
Connor, M. E., IX. 6, 128, X. 3, 

177. 
Connor, R. C, VIII. 196. 
Conseil, E., I. 70, 74, III. 26, 59. 
Converse, G. M., III. 25. 
Cook, F. C, II. 178, III. 192, V. 8. 
Coolev. R. A., I. 95, II. 138, III. 

85, 95, V. 41, VI. 64, 95, VIL 

81, IX. 203, X. 123. 
Cooling, L. E., X. 204. 
Cooper, E. A., VI. 83. 
Cooper, H., IV. 192, VIII. 131. 
Cooper, W. F., I. 133, III. 180, 

218 
Copeman, S. M., III. 80, 88, IV. 

141, V. 149. 
Coppens, I. 159. 
Corbett, H. H., III. 143. 
Cordier, E., VII. 29, 41, 59. 
Corfield, W. F., VIII. 20. 
Corlette, C. E., IV. 135, V. 61. 
Cornwall, J. W., III. 42, IV. 124, 

174, V. 124, VI. 1, 207, X. 73. 
Corsini, A., V. 144. 
Corson, J. F.. V. 45. 
Cort, W. W., VI. 209. 
Cory, A. H., III. 87. 
Cory, E. N., V. 73, VII. 10. 
Costa, B. F. B. da, II. 13, 121, 

IV. 48. 
Costa Lima, A. da, II. 107, IV. 

39, 61, 137, 177, IX. 136, X. 93. 
Cot, VI. 72. 
CottereU, G. S., IX. 57, 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Cotton, E. C, IV. 2. 
Councilman, W. T., VII. 131. 
Courrier, R., IX. 120. 
Court, A. W. H. a, VI. 111. 
Cousins, H. H., II. 18, IV. 160. 
Coutant, A. F., IV. 78. 
Couvy, L., I. 33, 215. 
Coventry, B., I. 224. 
Cowan, J., VII. 101. 
Co.x, F., X. 4. 
Co.x, F. E., V. 162. 
Cragg, F. W., I. 80, 209, 210, 229, 

III. 70, VI. 131, VIII. 162, IX. 

103, 125, 210, X. 72, 142, 196, 

205. 
Craig, C. F., III. 35, V. 127, IX. 

128, 179. 
Craighead, E. M., X. 84. 
Crawley, H., IV. 64, X. 182. 
Creel, R. H., III. 179, IV. 25, 76, 

86, 155, 175, VI. 153. 
Crespin, J., VIII. 16. 
Cresson, E. T., Jr., VIII. 84. 
Criddle, N., I. 185. 
Crimi, P., VIII. 153, IX. 112. 
Croll, D. G., VII. 79. 
Cross, H. E., V. 82, VI. 109, X. 

63, 223. 
Crosse, W., IV. 148. 
Croveri, P., VII. 158, 189. 
Cruikshank, J. A., II. 154. 
Crumb. S. E., VI. 67, X. 83, 134. 
Cuenod, A., IX. 94. 
Cugurra, A., V. 65. 
Cumming, J. G., V. 91, 170, VI. 

171. 
Cumpston, J. H. L., IV. 59. 
Cunha, R. de Almeida, III. 82, IV. 

83 
Cunliffe, N., I. 156, II. 50, X. 25, 

139. 
Cunningham, R. A., VI. 209, VII. 

34. 
Curasson, M. G., VII. 156, 157, 

X. 158, 159. 
Curlewis, A. W., IV. 179, V. 48, 

VI. 41, VII. 174. 
Curwen, H., VI. 122. 
Cushing, G. J. H., IX. 287. 

da Costa, B. F. B., II. 13, 121, IV. 

48. 
da Costa Lima, A., II. 107, IV. 

39, 61, 137, 177, IX. 136, X. 93. 

da Fonseca, O., VIII. 25. 
Dahlgriin, V. 120. 



Dale, J., X. 198. 

Dalton, J., VIII. 199. 

Dalziel, J. M., IV. 149, 150, IX. 

41. 
da Matta, A., VIII. 41, IX. 7, X. 

156. 
Dammerman, K. \V., X. 111. 
d'Anfreville, L., IV. 16, 40, 85, VI. 

12. 
Danou, B., II. 57. 
d'Arenberg, Prince P., VI. 17. 
Darling, S. T., II. 9, VII. 141, IX. 

130. 
Darnall, W. E., VIII. 64. 
da Rocha Lima, H., V. 100, 110, 

VI. 58. 
Dartigolles, R., X. 187. 
da Silva, P., II. 176, IV. 49. 
Dassonville, VII. 182, 184. 
Davel, D., IX. 157. 
Davey, J. B., I. 99, 100, X. 62. 
Davidson, J., I. 104, VI. 100. 
Davies, D. S., V. 179. 
Davies, F. C, VI. 85. 
Davies, L. W., IX. 195. 
Davize, G., V. 152. 
Dawe, M. T., V. 176, X. 169. 
de Almeida, T., Jr., MIL 3. 
de Almeida Cunha, R., III. 82, 

IV. 83. 
Debaisieux, P., IX. 79. 
de Beaurepaire Aragao, H., V. 
190, VIII. 172, IX. 122, X. 159. 
Debreuil, G., V. 175. 
de Bergevin, E., IV. 139. 
de Buen, F., X. 174. 
de Buen, S., V. 126, VI. 49, VII. 

78, X. 174. 
de Campos, M., Y. 65. 
de Castro, R., VIII. 31. 
de Charmoy, D. d'E., III. 53, 221, 

VII. 134. 
de Faria, G., I. 175. 
Defiel, F., X. 173. 
de Figueiredo Parreiras Horta, P., 

VII. 66. 
Degouillon, VIII. 183, IX. 120. 
de Goyon, J., II. 171, VI. 71, VIL 

137. 
de Graaf, J. M. H. Swellengrebel, 
VII. 97, 98, 183, VIII. 53, 123, 
136, 152, 162, 176, 218, IX. 3, 4. 
de Greef, G., VIII. 147. 
de Jongh, J. R., I. 40, III. 224. 
de Kock, G. v. d. W., VIII. 8. 
Delamare, G., VI. 198. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Delanoe, P., V. 35, 156, MIL 80, 

IX. 150, X. 101, 187, 188. 
del Castillo, E., VIII. 52. 
Delille, P. Armand-, V. 98, 159, 

VI. 36. 

del Guercio, G., II. 167. 
Delmege, J. A., VIII. 190. 
del Ponte. E., IX. 78, 197. 
de Meijere, J. C. H., III. 155. 
de Mello, F., II. 191, III. 211, IX. 

129, X. 67, 210. 

de Meza, J., VII. 47, VIII. 33, 70. 
d'Emmerez de Charmov, D., III. 

53, 221, VII. 134. 
Dennys, G. W. P., VI. 219. 
Denzer, B. S., VI. 213. 
de Peyerimhoff, P., VI. 37. 
de Raadt, O. L. E., IV. 127, 128, 

130, VI. 53, 193, VIII. 71. 
Derivaux, R. C, IV. 137, VI. 136, 

228, VII. 7. 
de Rook, H.. X. 172, 179. 
de Sa, J. L. Bras, IX. 6. 
de Salles Gomes, F., VIII. 52. 
Descazeaux, J., IV. 165, V. 16, 

VII. 166, X. 12, 202, 219. 
Desoil, P., VIII. 221. 

de Sousa, J., X. 210. 

de Souza Araujo, H. C, VIII. 25. 

de Stefani. T., III. 152, IX. 46, 

112, 121. 
Deszimirovics, K., V. 182. 
de Vasconcellos, A., VIII. 187. 
de Verteuil, E., X. 221. 
de Vogel, W. T., IV. 130. 
Dexler, G., VI. 81. 
Dible, J. H., IV. 20. 
Dickinson, C. G., VI. 27, VII. 46. 
Dickson, W. E. Carnegie, IX. 70. 
di Domizio. G., VII. 125, 126, IX. 

180. 
Diffloth, P., IX. 166, X. 210. 
Diguet, L., IV. 9. 
Dijkman, C. D., VIII. 203. 
Dimond, L., VI. 225, VIII. 10. 
Dine, D. L. Van, III. 80, X. 46. 
Dios, R. L., V. 168, VII. 11. 
di Pace, I., V. 63, VI. 115, X. 

174. 
Ditlevsen, C, VIII. 149. 
Dixon, W. R., II. 163. 
Doane, R. W., I. 222, II. 82, VIII. 

104. 
Dodd, A. P., IX. 65. 
Dodd, S., VII. 15, IX. 139, X. 57. 
Doflein, F., VI. 191, VII. 78. 



Dohanian, S. M., VIII. 186. 
Dollfus, R. P., IX. 132. 
Dollman, H. C, IV. 122. 
Domizio, G. di, VII. 125, 126, IX. 

180. 
Donatien, A., VIII. 182, 183, 185, 

X. 39, 71, 108, 166, 187, 218, 

236. 
Donovan, C, I. 208, IX. 14. 
Dore, A. B., VII. 47. 
D'Ormea, G., VIII. 2. 
Dos Santos, A. C, IV. 48. 
Doten, S. B., VII. 20, 142, IX. 

38 
Dotv, A. H., III. 175. 
Douville, V. 128. 
Dove, W. E., III. 92, V. 29, VL 

150. 
Drake-Brockman, R. E., I. 116, 

II. 7, 8, III. 72, 150, 229. 
Dry, F. W., X. 16, 127. 
Dublet, IX. 81. 
Dubois, A., V. 100. 
Dubois, R., X. 225. 
Dubreuil, Jouveau-, VIII. 81. 
du Buvsson, H., IX. 154, X. 217. 
Duchamp, J. C, VI. 35. 
Dudley, J. E., Jr., VI. 240. 
Duckett, A. B., IV. 96. 
Dudgeon, L. S., VII. 102. 
Duke, H. L., I. 125, II. 32, III. 

75, V. 19, VII. 100, VIII. 10, 

23, IX. 134, X. 26. 
Duncan, F. M., VI. 237, VII. 146, 

IX. 196. 
Duncan, J. L., III. 24. 
Duncan, M., VIII. 198. 
Dunbar-Brunton, J., I. 157. 
Dunderdale, G., X. 94. 
Dunley-Owen, A., VII. 7. 
Dunlop, J. L., VIII. 69. 
Dunn, L. H., III. 134, V. 34, VI. 

148, VII. 3, 10, 21, 44, VIII. 

196, IX. 198, X. 24. 
Dupont, P. R., IX. 189. 
Dutcher, R. A., VIII. 204. 
Du Toit, P. J., V. 121, VIII. 45, 

46, 151, 191. 
Dutt, B. X.. X. 128. 
Dvar. H. G., I. 164, II. 97, IV. 

159, 160, y. 5, 82, VI. 7, 8, 9, 

48, 86, 87, 88, 89, 142, VII. 22, 

25, 105, 107, 196, VIII. 32, 33, 

59, 101, 102, IX. 9, 50, 51, 72, 

73, 87, 88, 113, 206, 207, X. 19, 

55, 95, 96, 130, 131, 178, 184. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Ealand, C. A., III. 86, IV. 183, 

VII. 42. 
Eastwood, T., V. 154. 
Ebert, B., III. 151. 
Ebert, E. C. VII. 75. 
Eckard, B., I. 118, II. 11. 
Eckstein. F., VII. 69, 173, VIII. 

27, 28, 171, IX. 19, 29, 39, 68, 

X. 128, 192. 
Edmonds, C. R., III. 19. 
Edwards, C. W., II. 59, VIII. 74. 
Edwards. F. W.. I. 35, II. 26, 81, 

95, 100, III. 10, 115, 140, IV. 

64, 120, \ . 2, 52, \ II. 103, 164, 

VIII. 48, 137, 156, 208, IX. 41, 
52, 133, 195, X. 17, 34, 87, 153, 
179, 197, 208, 229. 

Eeckhout, M. A. Van den, VII. 

136. 
Eisner. G., VIII. 195. 
Elkington, J. S. C, III. 208. 
Ellacombe, G. W., III. 107. 
Ellenberger, W. P.. VIII. 72. 
Eltringham, H., IV. 108. 
Emerson, C. A., VIII. 194. 
Enderlein, G., IX. 67, 104, 184, 

X. 226. 
Engel, E. O., IX. 20. 
Engeland, O.. II. 1. 
Engelberting, IX. 3. 
Engelhardt, V. M., IV. 50. 
Enslin. B. G. L., I. 85, VI. 167. 
Ermolov, A. S., II. 108. 
Es, L. Van, VI. 209, VII. 28. 
Escherich, K., VIII. 120. 
Escomel, E., VI. 51, VIII. 42, 65. 
Espinosa-Tamavo, L., VI. 192. 
Eugling, M., V. 144, X. 88. 
Evans, A. M., VII. 132, IX. 119, 

202, X. 62, 125, 183, 234. 
Evans. A. T., IV. 147. 
Evans, F. D., II. 99. 
Evans, W., VIII. 70, X. 77. 
Ewing. H. E.. II. 6, 44, III. 128, 

VI. 146, VII. 25, VIII. 35, 180, 

IX. 51, 79, X. 116. 

Evsell. A., II. 2, III. 227, VIII. 

'74. 
Ezdorf. R. H. von, II. 161, 162, 
IV. 77. 

Facer, A. W., V. 108, VIII. 155. 
Faget, F. M., IV. 155. 
Fahrenholz, H., IX. 19. 
Falcioni, D., IX. 123. 
Falleroni, D., X. 115. 



Fantham, H. B., II. 44, 150, III. 

68, 154, IV. 43, V. 22, VI. 48, 

156, IX. 1. 
Faria, G. de, I. 175. 
Farrant, A. L.. II. 109. 
Fauntleroy, C. M., IX. 163. 
Faure, J. C, II. 68. 
Favero, F., V. 27. 
Favet, M., V. 18. 
Federici, E., IX. 142. 
Felt, E. P., II. 16, IV. 170, VI. 4, 

95 96 
Ferguson, E. W., III. 207, IV. 41, 

181, 182, VIII. 173, IX. 62, 113, 

147, 169, X. 144, 169, 224, 
Fermi, C, V. 117, 181, VII. 6, IX. 

23, 35. 
Fernald, H. T., X. 35. 
Fernandes, J., III. 96. 
Fernandez, S., IX. 216. 
Ferraro, G., V. 176, VII. 131, IX. 

94. 
Ferrel, J. A., IX. 71. 
Ferriere, C, VIII. 102. 
Ferris, G. F., IV. 120, 178, 196, 

V. 29, VI. 157, VII. 195, VIII. 
71, 99, 108, X. 11, 140. 175. 

Fevtaud, J., VI. 177, 190, 197, 

VII. 122, 135, VIII. 211. 
Fiebiger, J.. IX. 7. 
Fielding, J. W., VIII. 38. 
Figueiredo Parreiras Horta, P. de, 

VII. 66. 

Filippini, A., IV. 104, IX. 191. 
Findlay, W. F., X. 45. 
Fiorito, G., VI. 175. 
Fischer, J. C. H., VI. 173. 
Fisher, H. C, IX. 108. 
Fisher, L. M., VIII. 149. 
Fiske, W. F., I. 227, VIII. 131, X. 

98 
Fitch, C. P., VI. 169. 
Fitzgerald, J. C, III. 118. 
Flack, F. L., III. 47. 
Fleming, A. M., I. 182, II. 149, 

VI. 30. 

Fletcher, T. B., V. 38, VI. 62, 

VIII. 43, IX. 79, X. 66, 80. 
Florence, L., X. 176. 

Flu, P. C, V. 66, VII. 77, VIII. 

202, IX. 174, X. 75, 94. 
Foley, H., II. 90, 91, 165, 198, 

200, IV. 134, VI. 200, 201, IX. 

108, X. 47, 48, 100, 220. 
Fonseca, O. da, VIII. 25. 
Fonyo, J., V. 144. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Poot, K., VIII. 215, IX. 65. 
Forbes, J. G., VII. 54, VIII. 

19. 
Ford, T. A., VIII. 79. 
Foreman, F. W., VI. 25. 
Foster, M. H., VII. 27. 
Foster, W. D., VII. 115. 
Foulerton, A. G. R., V. 171, VII. 

192. 
Fowler, Sir J. K., IV. 150. 
Fowler, R., VII. 186. 
Fox, C, I. 158, III. 103. 
Franga, C, I. 73, VII. 30, VIII. 

17, 20, 62, 216, IX. 21, 78, 149, 

155, 170, X. 50, 121, 186. 
Francaviglia, M. C, III. 31, 32. 
Franchetti, A., X. 174. 
Franchini, G., I. 38, 134, 177, 187, 

II. 54, 89, 201, III. 110, 144, 

VII. 145, 158, 160, VIII. 41, 88, 
154, 184, IX. 58, 106, 120, 136, 
150, X. 52, 70, 99, 112, 121, 145, 

171, 172, 186, 218. 

Francis, E., II. 202, VII. 188, 

VIII. 115, IX. 188, 189, X. 96, 
97, 122. 

Francis, M., III. 91. 

Frankel, S., III. 113. 

Fraser, A. D., IX. 40. 

Fraser, H., X. 13. 

Freeborn, S. B., V. 40, 142, 143, 

VI. 155, 183, VIII. 93, 130, IX. 

66, X. 65. 
Frenais, H. M. La, IV. 124, IX. 

161, 208, 209, X. 73. 
Frev, J. J., VII. 128. 
Frev, R., X. 165, 166. 
Frickhinger, H. W., V. 112, VIII. 

134. 
Fricks, L. D., III. 61, 62, 180, 

IV. 77, V. 79, X. 29. 
Friederichs, K., VIII. 134, 215, 

IX. 36, 104, 106, 212. 
Friedman, G. A., VIII. 2. 
Friedmann, A., III. 203, IV. 83. 
Froggatt, J. L., III. 13, IV. 70, 

V. 163, VI. 74, VII. 100, 124, 
IX. 64. 

Froggatt, W. W., I. 18, II. 85, 
94, III. 13, 14, 15, 17, 184, IV. 
179, V. 6, 163, VI. 68, VII. 124, 
VIII. 52, 60, X. 55, 143, 144. 

Fry, A. B., X. 72. 

Frv, A. S., VIII. 72. 

Fullawav, D. T., V. 137, VIII. 

172, X. 83. 



Fiilleborn, F., VIII. 150, 151, 169, 

X. 128. 
Fuller, C, I. 153, II. 164. 
Furno, A., V. 91. 
Fuschini. C, IV. 14. 
Futaki, \'. 187. 

Gabbi. U., III. 107, VI. 52, VII. 6. 
Gabert. A., VII. 127, X. 59. 
Gabriel, VII. 184. 
Gabrielides, A., X. 159. 
Gaiger, S. H., III. 120. 
Galaine, C, IV. 156. 
Galewskv, III. 183, 203. 
Gallagher, B. A., VII. 115, VIII. 

204. 
Gallagher, G. H., III. 46, 53. 
Gallen, R. Le, VI. 11. 
Galli-Valerio, B., I. 40, II. 161, 

III. 224, 226, V. 42, VI. 52, 76, 

172, MI. 125, X. 7, 8, 92, 

172. 
Gambier, A., VI. 158, VII. 51, 

X. 172. 
Gamble. M., II. 117. 
Gampati Iyer, R., III. 72. 
Garcia Banus, M., IX. 76. 
Garden, G., IV. 19, 170. 
Garin, C, VI. 79. 
Garman, H., V. 167, VI. 210. 
Gaschen, H., IX. 154, 177, X. 

121. 
Gaskell, T. K.. IV. 121. 
Gaudara, G., X. 148. 
Gaver, F. van, II. 179. 
Gedoelst, L., II. 91, VII. 116, 

170, VIII. 85, IX. 114, X. Ill, 

210. 
Geiger, J. C, VII. 74, VIII. 63, 

64, IX. 131. 
Gellert, H. H., VIII. 224. 
Gendre, E., VII. 122, 135, VIII. 

211. 
George, L., III. 83. 
Gerard, F., VIII. 97. 
Gerard, P., VIII. 76. 
Ghesquiere, J., IX. 164. 
Ghosh, E., X. 139. 
Gibson, A., VII. 26. 
Giemsa, G., I. 75, II. 80. 
Gilchrist, J. D. F., II. 78. 
Gill, C. A., IV. 172, VI. 6, 195, 

VIII. 161, IX. 86, 127, 130, 

162, X. 138. 
Gilruth, J. A., 183. 
Gioseffi, M., X. 174. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Giovanoli, G., V. 32. 
Girault, A. A., II. 86, 88, IV. 122. 
Given, D. H. C, IV. 131, X. 235. 
Glaser. F., VI. 211, VIII. 28, 120. 
Glaser, H., II. 198, III. 103. 
Glaser, R. W., X. 162, 163. 
Gobert, A., VIII. 56. 
Gobert, E., I. 199. 
Godoy, A., X. 175. 
Goetghebuer, M., VIII. 212, 213, 

X. 141. 
Gofferje, M., VIII. 117. 
Goldberg, L., IX. 113. 
Goldi, E. A., I. 156, VII. 28. 
Goldschmidt, W., IX. 7. 
Goldsmid, J. A., IV. 148. 
Golino, O., X. 178. 
Gomes, F. de Salles, VIII. 52. 
Gomes, J. F., VII. 65. 
Gomilevsky, V., III. 22. 
Gonder, R., IV. 189. 
Gonzales Rincones, R., \. 100. 
Gonzalez, E., V. 65. 
Gonzalez, R., VII. 174, X. 235. 
Gonzalez-Lugo, I. 188. 
Goodall, T. B., VI. 43. 
Goodwin, T. H., VI. 4. 
Gorgas, W. C, I. 7, III. 18, IX. 

71. 
Gorkom, W. J. van, VII. 39. 
Gordon, P. R., III. 87. 
Gordon, R. M., IX. 201, X. 233, 

234. 
Gough, L. H., III. 10, VI. 30. 
Gouillon, P., IX. 170. 
Goyon, J. de, II. 171, VI. 71, 

VII. 137. 
Graaf, J. M. H. Swellengrebel de, 

VII. 97, 98, 183, VIII. 53, 123, 
136, 152, 162, 176, 218, IX. 3, 4. 

Grabham, M., IX. 31. 
Graham, G. F., III. 167. 
Graham, W. A., III. 185. 
Graham-Smith, G. S.. II. 19, 
166, IV. 143, VI. 25, Yll. 71, 

VIII. 22. 
Grail, C, V. 97. 
Granderath, F., X. 179. 
Grant, J. T., VII. 50. 

Grassi, B., VII. 156, IX. 142, 167, 

199, 200, X. 32, 202. 
Gray, C. E., III. 132, \'. 185. 
Gray, C. P., VI. 5. 
Gray, D. T., VII. 87. 
Gray, H. F., VIII. 64. 
Graybill, H. W., I. 117, III. 37. 



Greef, G. de, VIII. 147. 

Green, D. M., IX. 110. 

Green, H. H., IV. 187, 189, VIII. 

6, 7, 203. 
Greening, W. R., V. 137. 
Greenwood, W., X. 76. 
Greggio, G., V. 95, 114, 189. 
Greggio, J., VII. 141. 
Greig, D. M., X. 162. 
Greschik, E., IX. 20. 
Griffiths, J. A., II. 155, III. 119, 

VI. 206. 
Griffitts, T. H. D., IV. 160, V. 

100, 134, VII. 130, IX. 138. 
Grimshaw, P. H., IV. 102, V. 

70. 
Grixoni, G., IV. 153. 
Gros, H., VI. 205, VII. 84. 
Grossbeck, J. A., I. 98. 
Grove, A. J., VIII. 125. 
Grubbs, S. B., VI. 20. 
Griinberg, K., II. 6. 
Guardasoni, M., III. 76. 
Guell, A. R., I. 159. 
Guenaux, G., II. 29. 
Guenther, K., II. 43. 
Guercio, G. del, II. 167. 
Guiart, J., X. 159. 
Guimarais, A., X. 210. 
Guitel, F., VI. 167, VII. 165. 
Guiteras, G. M., I. 7, III. 64. 
Guiteras, J., VI. 29. 
Gunasekara, S. T., VIII. 50. 
Gunn, J. A., V. 91. 
Gupta, B. M. D., X. 138. 
Giissow. H. T., V. 116. 
Guvomarc'h, III. 33, 145, 200. 
Guvot, R., VII. 67. 
Guzman, A., III. 213. 

Haas, V. 177. 

Haas, T. D., VI. 136. 

Haber, V. R., V. 58, X. 199. 

Hacker, H. P., V. 54, VIII. 84, 

IX. 73. 
Hadlington, J., II. 101, 115, III. 

230, VI. 74, VII. 67. 
Had wen, S., I. 60, 92, 204, IT. 

196, III. 109, IV. 195, V. 119, 

VI. 44, 45, 166, VII. 43, 55, 

80, X. 11, 114. 
Haecker, V., VIII. 120. 
Haight, H. H., V. 33. 
Hakansson, E.G., VI. 49. 
Halberkann, J., IV. 61. 
Hall, H. C, V. 22. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



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Hall, M. C, I. 49, IV. 58, 63, VI. 

44, 183, VII. 74, VIII. 36, IX. 

110, 157, X. 177. 
Halpin, J. G., X. 199. 
Hamer, W. H., I. 214. 
Hamerton, A. E., I. 99, 100, 133, 

II. 119, 156, 185, 186, 188. 
Hamm, A. H., VII. 186. 
Hansen, F. P. G., VIII. 83. 
Hanson, H., X. 24. 
Hardy, G. H., V. 67, VII. 60, 

VIII. 127. 
Hargrave, J. C, VI. 14. 
Haring, C. M., X. 165. 
Harms, B., VIII. 168. 
Harnam Singh, B., IX. 130. 
Harold, C. H. H., VIII. 197. 
Harrison, L., I. 164, 166, IV. 183. 
Harrison, W. T., VIII. 157. 
Hartley, J. A.. VII. 34. 
Hartzell, A., VI. 146. 
Harvev, D., I. 99, 100, 133. II. 

156." 
Hase, A., IV. 35, V. 44, VI. 59, 

174, VII. 173, VIII. 119, 120, 

122, 168, IX. 17, 44, X. 7. 
Haseman, L., V. 137, VI. 3. 
Hata, H., VI. 194. 
Hatori, J., VIII. 37, X. 41. 
Hattori, T., IX. 161. 
Haner, C. E., IX. 122. 
Haughwout, F. G., VII. 102. 
Hautefeuille, E., VIII. 62. 
Haworth, W. E., X. 223. 
Hay, G. G., IV. 154. 
Hayashi, N., VIII. 79, IX. 65. 
Hayashi, Y., VI. 51. 
Hay don, L. G., X. 178. 
Haves, F. M., VII. 34. 
Haves, J. B., X. 199. 
Havne, T. B., X. 65. 
Headlee, T. J., II. 158, III. 51, 

52, 94, 212, IV. 6, V. 102, 141, 

VI. 155, VII. 21, 24, 90, VIII. 

30, IX. 26, 27, 186, 187, 188, 

X. 110, 228. 
Hearle, E., VIII. 140, IX. 86, 

141, X. 64, 127, 165, 167. 
Hearsay, H.. II. 57, III. 67. 
Hebrant, I. 101. 
Heckenroth, F., I. 144, 187, 191, 

VI. 198. 
Hederer, C, VIII. 3. 
Heerdt, W., IX. 4. 
Hegh, E., IV. 36, VI. 161, IX. 

186, X. 189. 



Hegner, R., IX. 95. 
Hehir, P., VI. 222, IX. 32. 
Heidenreich, VIII. 114. 
Heiser, V. G.. I. 158, II. 127. 
Hele, T. S., X. 8. 
Heller, K. M., IX. 53. 
Hendlev, H., V. 88, VI. 173. 
Henriksen, K. L., VIII. 83, IX. 

117. 
Henry, V. 77, VI. 94. 
Henry, A. K., VII. 168. 
Henrv, M., I. 232, II. 130, VIII. 

173. 
Henrv, M. A., X. 149. 
Heraud, A., IV. 191. 
Herms, W. B., IV. 119, 176, V. 

143, 160, 162, 167, VI. 70, VII. 

163, VIII. 5, 92, 93, 107, X. 166, 

X. 29, 64. 
Herold, W., X. 195. 
Herrick, G. W., I. 85, III. 52, 

158, IV. 12, X. 11. 
Herzog, M. A., X. 135. 
Hesketh Bell, Sir E., III. 97. 
Hesse I. 11 
Hesse,' E., VI. 135, VII. 79, IX. 

142, X. 15. 
Hetsch, H., III. 197. 
Hewitt, C. G., II. 56, 159, III. 90, 

125, 133, 174, IV. 80, 122, V. 

105, VI. 9, 40, 114, VIII. 13, 

IX. 65. 
Hewitt, J. O'N., IX. 22. 
Hewitt, T. R., III. 19, 22, 24. 
Heyden, N. H. van der, V. 27, 

VI. 156. 
Heymann, B., IV. 87, V. 32. 
Hicks, J. R., VI. 120. 
Higgins, J. T. D. S.. IV. 57. 
Hildebrand, S. F., VII. 162, IX. 

85, 163, X. 214. 
Hill, B. J., VI. 224. 
Hill, G. F., IV. 8, 72, V. 67, VI. 

27, 118, VII. 118, VIII. 173, 

IX. 62, 118, 133, X. 224, 232. 
Hill, L., X. 140. 
Hindle, E., II. 34, 38, 50, III. 

9, 31, 47, 140, 228, V. 70, IX. 

148. 
Hine. J. S., V. 127, MIL 156. IX. 

158. 
Hirschfelder, A. D., VII. 155, 

VIII. 73. 
Hirst, L. F., II. 38, V. 150. 
Hirst, S., I. 15, 228, III. 9, 47, 

140, 228, IV. 68, 86, 141, 159, 



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^^ 92, 128, 180, M. 60, 235, VII. 
127, VIII. 166, IX. 51, 196, X. 
32, 96, 129. 

Hoare, C. A., IX. 96, X. 222. 
Hodge, C. F., I. 233, VIII. 200. 
Hodgkins, J. R., IX. 4. 
Hodgson, E. C, III. 39. 
Hoesen, H. W., X. 75. 
Hoffman, F. L., V. 17, VI. 24, 

120, VIII. 205. 
Hoffman, W. H., IX. 212, X. 136, 

215. 
Holborow, A. G., II. 136, IV. 46, 

VI. 132. 

HoUister, W. L., VI. 170. 

Holmes, R. P., VIII. 220. 

Holt, J. J. H., IV. 140. 

Hone, F. S., X. 94. 

Hoof, L. Van, VI. 33, X. 146. 

Hoole, E. T., I. 87. 

Hoosain, T., I. 72. 

Hopkirk, C. S. M., VII. 179. 

Horn, A. E., III. 190, VI. 47. 

Hornby, H. E., V. 106, VII. 94, 

111, 139, VIII. 57, 149, IX. 66, 

207. 
Home, J. H., I. 163, II. 193. 
Hornig, H., III. 128. 
Hornus, P., X. 188. 
Horst, M. D., VIII. 71. 
Horta, P. de Figueiredo Parreiras, 

VII. 66. 
Hortsman, E., VII. 36. 
Hossack, W. C, III. 71. 
Hostalrich, III. 100. 
Hough, F. P. W., VII. 5. 
Houlbert, C, IV. 156. 
Houssay, B. A., VI. 112. 
Houssiau, J., IV. 15. 
Houston, J. W., III. 168. 
Houston, W. M., I. 73. 
Hovasee, VI. 72. 

Howard, C. W., I. 17, III. 27, V. 

114, 161, 168, VI. 9, 66, 67, 86, 

VII. 132. 
Howard, H. H., X. 29, 205. 
Howard, L. 0., II. 160, III. 85, 

V. 58, 75, 187, VI. 69, 103, VII. 

44, VIII. 203, IX. 27, 28, 50, 

71, X. 68, 109. 
Howarth, E., IV. 140. 
Howell, B. H., V. 31. 
Howlett, F. M., I. 211, 219, 221, 

II. 142, IV. 32, 91, XL 19, VII. 

46, 187. 
Huber, F., VIII. 46, 211. 



Huber, G. U., III. 47. 
Hudson, H. F., III. 47. 
Hughens, H. V., VIII. 2. 
Hughes, T. A., VIII. 126. 
Huguier, X. 138. 
Huie, L. H., VI. 80. 
Hull, J. E., X. 119. 
Hunter, S. J., I. 95, II. 160. 
Hunter, W., VI. 236. 
Hunter, W. D., III. 138. 
Huntley, H. G. M., VIII. 199. 
Husk, C. E., VI. 213. 
Hussey, R. F., X. 181. 
Hutcheon, D., II. 203. 
Hutchins, E., II. 164, III. 230, 

VI. 30, VII. 109, VIII. 104. 
Hutchison, R. H., 11.71,178,111. 

134, 192, IV. 62, V. 8, VI. 103, 

158, VII. 25, 164, VIII. 72, 158, 

IX. 117. 
Hutson, J. C, VI. 7, X. 67. 
Hylkema, B., IX. 114, X. 38. 150, 

159. 

Ihering, R. von, Y. 28. 
Illingworth, J. F., III. 148, 232, 

V. 10, 138, VI. 163. 
Ilvento, A., VI. 93. 

Imes, M., IV. 148, V. 145, VI. 153, 

VII. 93, 104, VIII. 200, IX. 192. 
Inamura, H., VI. 21, VII. 140. 
Ingram, A., IV. Ill, V. 2, 45, 167, 

VI. 17, 38, VIII. 11, 12, 209, IX. 
25, 76, 201, X. 60, 142, 183, 225, 
233, 234. 

Ingram, J. H., X. 191. 
Irigoyen, A. C, VII. 181. 
Ismert, R., IX. 169. 
Iturbe, J., V. 65. 
Iverson, J. P., IX. 69. 
Iyengar, M. O. T., VIII. 106, IX. 
■ 124, X. 75, 80, 230. 
Iyer, R. Ganpati, III. 73. 

Jablonowski, J., X. 2, 3. 

Jack, R. W., II. 147, 149, III. 7, 
V. 26, 52, 166, ^ I. 134, VII. 42, 
60, 179, VIII. 12, 209, X. 26. 

Jackley, J. G., VII. 169. 

Jackson, A. C, V. 146. 

Jackson, R. W. H., V. 30. 

Jackson, T. W., IV. 7. 

Jackson, W. R., VIII. 90. 

Jacoulet, VI. 95. 

Jacques, J. E., IX. 129. 

Jaeschke, V. J., VI. 29, 240. 



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Jahraus, P., X. 4. 

James, S. P., II. 28, 69, 182, VI. 

31, VII. 110, VIII. 124, 125, 

IX. 32, X. 105. 
Jamieson, S., III. 109. 
Jamot, E., VIII. 154. 
Jancso, N., X. 90. 
Jardine, D. S., III. 24. 
Jarvis, E., II. 10. 
Jarvis, E. M., VII. 7. 
Jarvis, F. E., VII. 190. 
Jeanselme, E., V. 19. 
Jennings, A. H., III. 102. 
Jensen, C. O., VIII. 83. 
jepson, F. P., IV. 41, VI. Ill, 

IX. 164. 

Jimenez, R. M., X. 158. 

Joan, T., VI. 29. 

Johannsen, O. A., III. 216, IX. 

117. 
Johnson, C. W., II. 78, VIII. 95, 

X. 148. 

Johnson, J. Pratt-, IX. 128. 
Johnson, W.B., IV. 149,150, VII. 

169, IX. 195. 
Johnson, W. T., X. 116. 
Johnston, T- E. L., IV. 112. 
Johnston, t. H., I. 164, 165, VI. 

187, VII. 112, VIII. 58, 174, 

187, 189, IX. 155, 215, X. 1, 14, 

15, 133, 168. 
Jojot, C, IV. 110, V. 14, X. 113. 
Johvet, L., VI. 4. 
Jolly, VII. 30. 
Jones, A. Seymour-, X. 57. 
Jones, H. L., VII. 45. 
Jones, H. LI., III. 172, VII. 45. 
Jones, L. G., VI. 164. 
Jongh, J. R. de, I. 40, III. 224. 
Jordan. K., IV. 32, 33, VIII. 98, 

IX. 61, 62. 
Jouveau-Dubreuil, VIII. 81. 
Joyeux, C, I. 120, 185, IV. 21, 

V. 13, VI. 201, VIII. 87. 
Judd, C. S., X. 114. 
Jungmann, P., V. 131, VIII. 61. 
Jiirgens, V. 81. 
Juritz, C. F., VIII. 130. 

Kadocsa, G., X. 3. 
Kaupp, B. F., IV. 53, V. 137. 
Kawabada, K., VIII. 138. 
Kawakami, Z., X. 235. 
Kawamura, R., VI. 21, IX. 161, 

X. 41. 

Keates, H. C, X. 129. 



Kehoe, D., VIII. 5. 

Keilin, D., V. 147, VIII. 21, 24,, 

IX. 147, 149, 190, X. 33. 
Kellogg, V. L., II. 157, III. 3, 127,. 

IV. 120, 137, VIII. 99. 
Kemnitz, VIII. 205. 
Kemp, S., IV. 118. 
Kennan, R. H., IV. 45. 
Kennedy, A. F., II. 204. 
Kennedy, C. H., V. 40. 
Kennedy, J. C, VIII. 20. 
Keogh, F., VI. 102. 
Kerandel, J., III. 97. 
Kerrest, J., X. 172. 
Kerry Reddin, T., III. 22. 
Kestell, N. H., VIII. 203. 
Keukenschrijver, N. C, IX. 135.. 
Keyworth, W. D., IV. 124. 
Kiefter. J. J., III. 51, VII. 154^ 

VIII. 213, IX. 106, 171, 191, X. 
50, 51, 179. 

King, A., II. 13. 
King, H. H., I. 132, 232, II. 37, 
III. 48, 228, VI. 194, VII. 99, 

IX. 176, X. 161. 
King, H. N., VI. 221. 

King, W. v., I. 101, III. 60, IV. 
53, 90, 152, V. 73, 78, IX. 179. 

King, W. W., V. 61, VII. 108. 

Kinghorn,A., I. 41, 168, VII. 141. 

Kinghorne, J. W., IX. 110. 

Kingon, J. R. L., IV. 105. 

Kinloch, T- P., in. 156, IV. 133. 

Kinoshita, S., VI. 225, VII. 101. 

Kirby, F. Vaughan-, V. 172. 

Kirillov, L., III. 115. 

Kirk, H., VIII. 114. 

Kirk. H. B., VII. 1. 

Kirschbaum, VI. 58. 

Kisliuk, M., V. 127. 

Kisskalt, K., III. 203. 

Kitano, T., IV. 154. 

Kitashima, T., VII. 44, 87. 

Klein, W., IX. 88, 201, X. 173. 

Kleine, F. K., I. 118, V. 12, VIII.. 
150. 

Kling, C, I. 216. 

Klingmiiller, VI. 77. 

Klose, F., VI. 56. 

Knab, F., I. 25, 164, 223, 230, 
234, II. 27, 87, 97, 132, 169, 187, 
204, III. 30, 67, 113, IV. 30, 107, 
160, 175, V. 18, 82, VI. 8, 87,. 
VII. 25, 105. 

Knese, IV. 126. 

Knight, H. H., X. 163. 



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Knowles, A. D., VI. 170. 
Knowles, C. H., IX. 164. 
Knowles. R., VI. 208. 
Knuth, P., VIII. 193. 
Kobayashi, H., VII. 142, IX. 180, 

X. 206. 
Koch, A., VII. 49, VIII. 117, 118, 

IX. 46. 185. 
Koch, H., III. 104. 
Koch, J., VI. 59. 
Kock, G. V. d. W. de, VIII. 8. 
Kofoid, C. A., IV. 181. 
Kohl-Yakimoff, N.. I. 55. 
Koike, S., IX. 118. 
Koizumi, T., VI. 195. 
Kolbe, W., X. 8. 
Konsuloff, S., IX. 177, 192, X. 

176, 193. 
Korke, V. T., IV. 125. 
Korteweg, P. C, X. 20. 
Korthof, G., X. 51. 
Koselkine, P. M., lY. 101. 
Kotlan, S., IX. 116. 
Kramer, S. D., III. 139. 
Kraus, R., V. 113, VI. 59, VII. 

181, IX. 197. 
Krausse, A., VII. 59, IX. 4. 
Kreisel, C, IX. 184. 
Kretzschmar, X. 88. 
Krober, O., IX. 46. 
Krontowski, A., I. 117. 
Kubo, Kametaro, X. 45. 
Kuczvnski, M. H., V. 131, VII. 

68. 
Kudo, R.. VI. 171, X. 82, 107. 
Kuhn, P., V. 32, X. 160. 
Kuijer, A., X. 120. 
Kulagin, N. M., V. 15. 
Kiilz, L., VI. 136. 
Kunhardt, J. C. G., III. 73, IX. 

158. 
Kuntze, A., X. 120. 
Kuraoka, H.. III. 100. 

Laake,E.W., IV. 1, VII. 121, IX. 

171, 194, X. 122. 
Laaren, G. F. van, X. 120. 
Laat, J. E. van der, I. 159. 
Labbe, M., VII. 79. 
Lacassagne, A., VI. 73. 
Lacaze, H., VII. 29, 31. 
Lacroix, A., VIII. 183, IX. 120. 
Lafont, A., II. 58. 
La Frenais, H. M., IV. 124, IX. 

161, 208, 209, X. 73. 
Lagrange, E., X. 171. 



Lagriffoul, A., VI. 70, 105. 
Lahille, F., II. 129, IV. 177, VI. 

238, VIII. 200. 
Laigret, X. 185. 
Laing, F., IX. 99. 
Lake, G. C, IX. 189, X. 96, 97, 

122. 
Lakoii, G., VIII. 123. 
Lalor, N. P. O'Gorman, I. 163, 

219, III. 50. 
Lama, A., III. 103. 
Lambert, J., VI. 114. 
Lambert, R. A., VII. 131. 
Lamborn, W. A., III. 140, IV. 28, 

113, VIII. 206, IX. 42, 134, 190, 

X. 57, 103, 152, 206. 
Lamoureux, A., I. 120, VI. 12. 

VIII. 212. 
Lamson, G. H., Jr., IV. 26, V. 72, 

168, VIII. 9. 
Lan, Bernier y, III. 51. 
Lane, D. T., IV. 86. 
Lang, W. D., VI. 175, VIII. 139. 
Lange, W., V. 177, IX. 166. 
Langeron, M., IV. 156, V. 13, 19, 

VI. 106, 141, VII. 29, VIII. 181, 

X. 68, 100. 
Lanzenberg, A., IX. 135. 
La-Puente, T., III. 224. 
Larisch, P., V. 122. 
Larrouse, F., VIII. 108, IX. 21. 

124, X. 54, 218. 
Lassalle, C. F., V. 59, IX. 57. 
Lasserre, R., X. 87. 
Laurie, D. F., I. 23, II. 21, III. 

129, VII. 144, VIII. 128. 
Laveran, A., I. 134, 177, II. 36, 

54, 89, 201, III. 143, 144, 146, 

IV. 9, 85, 102, 103, V. 95, 97, 

98, 139, 189, VI. 35, 200, VII. 

145, 158, 160, VIII. 41, 88, 154, 

184, IX. 58, 106, 120, 136, 150. 
Lavier, G., IX. 204. 
Lawrence, H., V. 64, IX. 186, X. 

56, 169. 
Laws, H. E., 1. 133, 152, 214, III. 

218 
Laygier, H., VIII. 20. 
Lea, A. M., VI. 178. 
Leach, H., III. 107. 
Leak, W. N., IX. 77. 
Leake, J. P., VI. 68. 
LebaiUv, C, VII. 150, 153, VIII. 

97. 
Leboeuf, A., I. 36, II. 39, 79, VI. 

158, VII. 51. 



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Ledesma, D. A. Blanco, VI. 51. 

Ledingham, J. C. G., VIII. 110. 

Leefmans. S., VII. 116. 

Leese, A. S., II. 151. 

Leeson, H. H., I. 79. 

Lefrou, X. 185. 

Lefrov, H. M., V. 23, 146, VI. 61, 

Vlf. 161. 
Le Gallen, R., VI. 11. 
Legendre, J., I. 57, 121, 190, II. 

86, 171, III. 145, IV. 49, 195, 

VI. 157, VII. 16, VIII. 98, IX. 

90, 114, X. 3, 35. 
Leger, A.. I. 37, V. 98, VI. 11, 82, 

103, IX. 31. 

Leger, L., V. 148, VI. 24, VII. 15, 

16, IX. 49. 
Leger, M., V. 94, 97, VI. 13, 93, 

104, 106, 160, VII. 137, VIII. 
109, 185, IX. 81, 151, X. 96, 
175, 188. 

Legroux. R., III. 201, V. 138. 

Leiper, R. T., I. 16. 

Leishman, Sir W. B., IV. 150, VI. 

138, IX. 85. 
Leitao, Mello, X. 217. 
Leiva. L., VII. 103. 
Lemaire, G., II. 199, III. 230. 
Lemaire, H., V. 98, VI. 36. 
Leneveu, VI. 94. 
Lentz, W., VII. 130. 
Lenz, F., VI. 56, 57, VIII. 63. 
Leon. N., VIII. 145, IX. 175. 
Leonard, T. M. R., IV. 149. 
Lepneva, S. G., X. 22. 
Le Prince, J. A. A., III. 79, 108, 

IV. 97, V. 100, 134, VII. 7, 108. 
Lesne. P., X. 30. 
Levaditi, C, I. 216. 
Lewis, J., II. 172. 
Lewis, J. C, II. 91. 
Lheritier, A., VI. 200, VII. 85, 

VIII. 77. 
Lichtwardt, B., VIII. 74. 
Lienhart, R., VIII. 188. 
Lignieres, J., II. 172, VIII. 18, 

41. 
Lima, A. da Costa, II. 107, IV. 39, 

61, 137, 177, IX. 136, X. 93. 
Lima, da Rocha, V. 100, 110, VI. 

58. 
Linnell, R. M. C, III. 202. 
Linzell, L., VIII. 22. 
Lionnet, F. E., VII. 18. 
Lischetti, A. B., VIII. 163. 



Liston, W. G., I. 143, II. 196, III. 

104, IV. 75, VI. 18, VIII. 106, 

IX. 16. 
Little, A.. VII. 95, 154, IX. 48. 
Littlewood, W., VIII. 130. 
Llambias, J., IX. 37. 
Llovd. LI., I. 20, 168, II. 95, 117, 

IV. 44, 117, VI. 132, 225, VII. 

45, VIII. 10, 33, 70, 175. 
Lobaczewski, A. R. v.. III. 118. 
Lochhead, W., IV. 194, VI. 33. 
Lodge, O. C, IV. 168, VI I. 56. 
Loewv, J.. X. 157. 
Loftin, U. C, VIII. 58, 94, 158. 
Loghem, j. J. van, X. 5. 
Lomholt, S.. VII. 172. 
Long, J. D., III. 26. 
Lon^-fellow, R. C, I. 51. 
Lonj arret, X. 188. 
Lonkhuijzen, J. J. van, IX. 190. 
Loon, F. H. van, X. 5. 
Lopez Xevra, C. R., VIII. 115. 
Lorenz, F. H., VII. 157. 
Lorenzo, D.. IX. 37. 
Lornie, W. S., X. 47. 
Loubrieu, IX. 136. 
Loughnan, W. F. M., I. 141, II. 

12, 158, IX. 70, 171, X. 164. 
Lounsbury, C. P., II. 181. 
Low, G. C., VII. 109. 
Low, R. B., II. 189. 
Lucet, A., II. 90. 
Lucv, S. H. R., VI. 3. 
Ludlow, C. S., II. 70, 133, 187, 

III. 229, VI. 189, VIII. 59, 78, 

95, 207, IX. 73, X. 178. 
Lugo, Gonzalez-, I. 188. 
Luigioni, P., X. 119. 
Luisi, X. 155. 
Lund, C. Wesenberg-, VI. 182, 

VII. 170, VIII. 83, IX. 82, 153, 

154. 
Lustig, A., X. 174. 
Liitje, IV. 2. 
Lutrario, IX. 30, X. 156. 
Lutz, A., I. 63, 66, 176, 230, II. 

43, 106, III. 81, 82, 194, IV. 36, 

37, 137, VI. 129, VIII. 25, X. 

199. 
Lyon.H., III. 215. 
Lvon, M. W., Jr., V. 147. 
Lvon, S. C, VI. 67, X. 83. 
Lyster, T. C, IX. 71. 

McArthur, C. L., V. 110. 
Macarthur, W. P., IX. 86, X. 85. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



McAtee, \V. L., VII. 128, X. 115. 
MacBean Ross, T- N., IV. 143. 
McCaffrey, D., IV. 154. 
McCarthy, T., III. 15. 
McCIain, J. H., III. 58. 
MacCormac, H., V. 175, VI. 176. 
McCornack, P. D., X. 107. 
McCoy, G. W., X. 44. 
McCuIloch, C. C, V. 170, VII. 6. 
McCulloch, I., IV. 181, V. 18, IX. 

48. 
McDaniel, E., X. 227. 
Macdonald, A., I. 112, V. 21, 53, 

VII. 131, VIII. 176, 192. 
McDonald, A. H. E., VII. 155. 
Macdonald, A. S., X. 141. 
McDonald, R. E., VII. 168. 
McDonald, W., IV. 196, VI. 213, 

VII. 61, IX. 127. 
McDonald, W. M., V. 22. 
Macdonald, W. R., II. 194. 
McDonnell, R. P., V. 154. 
Macdou^all, A. H., IX. 10. 
MacDougall, R. S., II. 132, III. 

206, IV. 178, VI. 81, X. 148. 

McDunnough, J., IX. 191. 

McEachran, J. F., IV. 8, VII. 15. 

McFadyean, Sir J., VII. 166. 

MacFarlane, H., II. 110, III. 132, 
IV. 39. 

Macfarlane, R. M., IV. 130. 

Macfie, J. W. S., I. 127, 137, 166, 
II. 25, 84, III. 53, 54, IV. 27, 42, 
81, 111, V. 2, 46, 47, 54, 57, 167, 
VI. 15, 16, 17, 38, MI. 132, 

VIII. 12, 50, 156, 209, IX. 25, 
76, 201, X. 60, 61, 167, 183, 225, 
233, 234. 

MacGilchrist, A. C, I. 162. 
MacGregor, A. S. M., VIII. 91. 
MacGregor, M. E., II. 131, III. 

187, IV. 116, 131, V. 188, VIII. 

13, 48, 91, 110, 139, IX. 43, X. 

16, 25, 61. 
Machado, A., IV. 36. 
Machado, O. M., VIII. 1. 
McHattie, A. C. N., III. 129. 
Maciel, J., II. 124, 125. 
Mackenna, J., V. 104. 
Mackenzie, F., IX. 87. 
McKenzie, J. W., VI. 41. 
Mackie, F. J., VII. 101. 
Mackie, F. P., II. 153, 184, III. 

126, VIII. 91, X. 223. 
Mackinnon, E., IX. 80. 
McLay, K., X. 8. 



Magath, T. B., X. 45. 
Maggio, C, III. 205. 
Magrou, J., X. 156. 
Maheux, G., X. 112. 
Mahulete, J., X. 179. 
Majocchi, D., VII. 142. 
Major, H. S., I. 225, II. 129. 
Malisch, II. 168. 
Malkmus, B., VIII. 137. 
Mallanah, S., VI. 221. 
Malloch, J. R., II. 2, 167, III. 163,. 

IV. 55, 107, VI. 83, 169, VII. 
196. 

Malloizel, VI. 34. 

Mallv, C. W., III. 220, IV. 80, IX. 

39 
Malo'ne, A. E., VII. 109. 
Maltese, P., I. 185. 
Mandoul, H., VIII. 67. 
Manetti, C, VIII. 167, IX. 173. 
Mangkoewinoto, R. M. M., VII. 

76. 
Mann, W. L., VII. 75. 
Mann, W. M., III. 128. 
Manrin, G., V. 14. 
Mansfield-Aders, W., III. 48, 49, 

V. 147, VI. 46, 123, VIII. 112. 
Mansion, J., II. 4, 201, IX. 37. 
Manson, J. K., VII. 176. 
Manson, Sir P., V. 152. 
Manson-Bahr, P., VIII. 75, X. 27. 

[Formerly Bahr, P. H., q. f.] 
Mantovani, M., III. 110. 
Marcenac, X. 30. 
Marchand, W., VI. 10, 19, VI L 

63, 123, VIII. 154, IX. 122. 
Marchoux, E., I. 33. 215, IV. 85, 

VI. 81, X. 70, 112. 

Marett, P. J., I. 27, III. 162, 168^ 

IV. 20. 
Mariana, A., IV. 152. 
Marjoribanks, J. L., II. 191. 
Markoff, W. N., V. 33. 
Marlatt, C. L., III. 126, V. 48. 
Marschalko, T. von, III. 203. 
Marshall, J. F., X. 120. 
Martial, R., IX. 78. 
Martin, A., X. 87. 
Martin, C. J., I. 12, II. 60. 
Martin, L., VI. 198. 
Martini, E., II. 130, l\ . 16, VII. 

8, VIII. 120, 169, 171, 213, 214, 

IX. 20, 35, 52, 91, 115, 143. X. 

2. 36, 51, 76, 128, 132, 149, 185, 

209, 228. 
Martoglio, F., I. 181. 



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Marxer, A., IX. 129. 
Marzinovzky, E. I., II. 109, 119, 

III. 123, V. 85, 109, VI. 78, 79, 

X. 215. 
Marzocchi, V., I. 188. 
Mason, C, IV. 171, VI. 36. 
Mason, F. A., X. 56. 
Mason, F. E., 1. 19, III. 77, IV. 7, 

192, IX. 109, X. 127, 133. 
Massini, P. C, VI. 180. 
Massonnat, E.. I. 234. 
Masterman, E. W. G., VII. 5. 
Masur, V. 29. 
Matheson, R., X. 203. 
Mathis, C, II. 197, 201. 
Matta, A. da, VIII. 41, IX. 7, X. 

158. 
Matthews, A., V. 191. 
Matthiesen, V. 120. 
Mattos, W. B., IX. 6. 
Maxwell, J. P., X. 84. 
May, A., II. 73. 
Mayer, M., II. 168, IV. 134, VI. 

213, IX. 94. 
Mayer, T. F. G., I. 122. 
Maynard, G. D., V. 83. 
Mavne, B., VII. 185, VIII. 188, 

IX. 41, 188, X. 148. [Formerly 

Mitzmain, M. B., q.v.] 
Mayne, J. F., VIII. 90. 
Mayr, L., IV. 158. 
Mazzaccara, G., IX. 176. 
Mazzuoli, S., IV. 62. 
Medina, J. M. Munoz, VIII. 115. 
Megaw, J. W. D., IX. 214. 
Meijere, J. C. H. de, III. 155. 
Melander, A. L., V. 192. 
Mello, F. de, II. 191, III. 211, IX. 

129, X. 67, 210. 
Mello Leitao, X. 217. 
Mellor, J. E. M., VII. 190. 
Mendoza, P. de la C, V. 168. 
Mendy, J. B., VI. 218,238. 
Meniaud, J., VI. 122. 
Menon, T. K., III. 73, V. 124, VI. 

1, 207. 
Mense, C, VI. 193. 
Mercier, L., VII. 150. 
Merillat, L. A., VIII. 157. 
Merriman, G., I. 102. 
Mesnil, F., V. 159, VII. 40, VIII. 

217, IX. 150, X. 155. 
Messerschmidt, T., II. 172. 
Messore, L., IV. 19. 
Metalnikov, S., II. 53, VIII. 86, 

IX. 154, 177, X. 82, 98, 121, 228. 

(K 2009) 



Metz, C. W'., VII. 47, 87, 153, 189, 

VIII. 219. 
Meza, J. de, VII. 47, VIII. 33, 70. 
Mhaskar, K. S., I. 143. 
Michie, H. C, IV. 78. 
Michnin, A. J., II. 182. 
Miessner, H., II. 146, IV. 126, V. 

177, VI. 120. 
Migone, L. E., III. 147. 
Milks, H. J., IX. 40. 
Miller, D.,^ VII. 107, 180, IX. 75, 

168, X. 114, 155, 165, 183, 204. 
Miller, G. A., X. 99. 
Minchin, E. A., III. 74. 
Minett, E. P., X. 33. 
Mitamura, D., VI. 21. 
Mitamura, T., VII. 140, X. 107. 
Mitchell, D. T., VIII. 6. 
Mitchell. J. A., V. 180. 
Mitchell, J. D., VI. 121, X. 162. 
Mitchell, P. C, III. 206. 
Mitter, J. L., IV. 24, 75, VI. 131, 

VII. 184. 
Mitzmain, M. B., I. 12, 113, 129, 

200, 202, 212, II. 73, III. 173, 

182, IV. 76, 92, 136, 175, V. 

60, 133, 156, 183, VI. 5. [Sub- 
sequently Mavne, B., q.v.] 
Miyagawa, Y., Vll. 140, X. 107. 
Miyajima, M., VII. 44, 87. 
Miyakawa, B., VI. 21. 
Miyashima, K., V. 160, VI. 21, 

VII. 182. 
Mohler, J. R., II. 101, VII. 35, 

91, 94, VIII. 98, IX. 109. 
Moll, A. M., VI. 88. 
Mollow, W., VIII. 170. 
Moniz, G.. IV. 134. 
Montgomery, R. E., V. 76, VII. 

155. 
Montpellier, J., VIII. 183, IX. 

120. 
Monziols, IX. 7. 
Moon, R. 0., V. 31. 
Moor, C. G., VI. 83. 
Moore, A. E., V. 115. 
Moore, W., IV. 79, V. 131, 174, 

VI. 189, VII. 68, 74, 155, VIII. 

73, X. 4. 
Morales, R.. IV. 177. 
Moreau, L., II. 41. 
Morison. J., III. 127, IV. 124. 
Mornard, V. 121. 
Morrill, A. W., I. 107, II. 136, 

159. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Morris, H., VI. 181, VTII. 105, X. 

26. 
Morris, H. M., IX. 10. 
Morris, L. M., IV. 59, VII. 147. 
Morstatt, H., II. 43, 124, III. 104, 

IX 92 
Moscowitz, A., VIII. 158, IX. 

117. 
Mosier, C. A., VII. 20, 62, VIII. 

19. 
Moss, C.J A., I. 23. 
Mote, D. C, III. 149, V. 89, VI. 

142 X. 99. 
Mouchet, R., V. 139. 
Mould, W. T., I. 141. 
Mouriquand, G., V. 148, VI. 24, 

VII. 16. 
Moussu, G., II. 143, V. 178, VII. 

188 
Mouzels, P., I. 198, V. 94, 97, 

VI. 106. 
Miihlens, P., VI. 57, IX. 93. 
Muir, F., III. 48, IX. 38. 
Muir, J. T., 1.49. 
Miiller, A., X. 190. 
MiiUer, J., VIII. 103. 
Miiller, L. R., V. 112. 
Munoz Medina, J. M., VIII. 115. 
Munro, H. K., X. 105. 
Munro, J. W., VII. 161. 
Muraz, G., IX. 58, X. 146. 
Murray, C. H., III. 25. 
Murray, W. A., X. 42. 
Muskoyama, VIII. 79. 
Musselius, A. A., IV. 50. 
Musso, L., VIII. 81. 
Muto, A., IV. 177, V. 291. 

Nagayo, I., VI. 21. 

Nagayo, M., VII. 140, X. 107. 

Nagler, A., IX. 189. 

Nakano, H., IX. 95. 

Nakayama, S., II. 157, III. 127. 

Nandin, L., IX. 88. 

Narayan Rao, K., III. 73. 

Naslund, C, X. 45. 

Natvig, L. R., VI. 78. 

Neave, S. A., III. 115. 

Nedergaard, N., X. 63. 

Neill, M. H., VI. 165. 

Neish, W. D., II. 20. 

Neiva, A., I. 66, 175, 176, II. 
106, 107, III. 81, 194, 223, 224, 
IV. 137, VI. 90, VII. 65. 

Nelson, E. W., VI. 22. 

Neschat Omer, IX. 113. 



Netolitzky, F., VIII. 122, X. 60. 
Netter, VI. 24. 
Neufeld, F., VI. 214. 
Neumann, L. G., I. 146, III. 3, 

V. 14. 
Nevermann, L., VI. 120, VIII. 

112. 
Newcomb, C, VIII. 155. 
Newham, VII. 194. 
Newman, L. j., X. 235. 
Newstead, R., I. 34, 73, 168.. 

II. 103, III. 11, V. 5, VI. 185, 

IX. 10, 43, 119, 202, X. 62, 125. 
Neyra, C. R. Lopez, VIII. 115. 
Nezlobinsky, N., III. 184. 
Nicholls, H. M., IX. 45, 105. 
Nicholson, A. J., IX. 196. 
Nicholson, F. D., VIII. 69. 
Niclot, I. 32, V. 86, 99, VI. 121, 

VII. 53. 

Nicoll, W., V. 126, 149, VI. 62. 
Nicolle, C, I. 70, 74, II. 36, 132, 

III. 26, 59, 145, VII. 153, VIII. 
97, 181, IX. 94, X. 69. 

Nielson, J. C, I. 133. 
Nieschulz, O., X. 191. 
Nikanorov, S. M., X. 220. 
Nobbs, E. A., IV. 171. 
Noc, F., I. 35, IX. 21, X. 12, 

52, 155. 
Nocht, B., IV. 134. 
Noel, P., I. 30, II. 68, IV. 53. 
Noguchi, H., VI. 171, VIII. 78, 

136. 
Nogue, M., X. 12, 155. 
Nolan, H. O., VIII. 19. 
Noller, W., V. 11, 33, VI. 54, 

VIII. 45, 171, IX. 214, X. 145. 
Nowlin, N., X. 206. 

Numes, L. F., II. 69. 

Nuiiez Tovar, M., IX. 12, 13. 

Nuttall, G. H. F.. I. 93, 103, 111, 
155, 204, 205, II. 105, III. 24, 
110, 142, 189, IV. 34, 55, 64, 
V. 70, VI. 18, 19, 219, VII. 70, 
72, VIII. 21, 23, 133, IX. 149, 

X. 25. 

O'Brien, J. M., IV. 149. 
O'Connor, F. W., V. 117, 151, 

VII. 161. 
O'Dea, M. E., IV. 151. 
Oesterlin, E., VII. 143. 
O'Farrel, W. R., I. 163, 199, II. 

45, 187. 



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O 'Gorman Lalor, N. P., I. 163, 

219, III. 50. 
O'Kane, W. C, X. 184. 
Okumura, T., V. 160, VI. 21, 

VII. 182. 
Olitsky, P. K., VI. 213. 
Oliveau. A., IX. 37, 114. 
Oliveira, M. R. de, III. 133. 
Olle, V. 152. 
Orenstein, A. J., I. 119, II. 80, 

IV. 97, 104. 
Ormea, G. d', VIII. 2. 
O'Roke, E. C, IX. 17. 
Orpen, R. W., VI. 48. 
Orr, H., VIII. 21. 
Orticoni, III. 232. 
Osburn, R. C, I. 98. 
Oshima, VIII. 79. 
Osterwald, H., VIII. 62, IX. 68, 

X. 6, 211. 
Otten, L., II. 115, III. 34, V. 65, 

VI. 52, 54, IX. 107. 
Oudemans, A. C, X. 235. 
OuziUeau, F., I. 45, III. 136, IX. 

59. 
Owen, A. Dunlev. VII. 7. 
Owen, G. E., HI. 6, VI. 119. 
Owen, W. O., VIII. 64. 
Oxspring, G. E., VIII. 220. 
Ozzard, A. T., VI. 84. 

Pace, I. di, V. 63, VI. 115, X. 174. 
Padwick, H. B., X. 132. 
Paez, F. R., VII. 69. 
Page, G. B., VII. 192. 
Paillot, A., VIII. 86. 
Painter, H. R.. VI. 224. 
Paisseau, G., V. 98, VI. 36, VII. 

138, IX. 136. 
Palazzolo, G., V. 28. 
Palfrey, F. W., IX. 137, X. 189. 
Panisset, L., VI. 36, 180, VIII. 

19, IX. 67. 
Pantaleoni, P., X. 46. 
Paoli, G., IV. 70, VI. 188. 
Paracampo, A., IX. 19. 
Paraf, J., IX. 94. 
Parham, J. C. X. 46. 
Parham, J. G., I. 54. 
Paris, P., I. 111. 
Park, G. W., X. 177. 
Parker, G. H., X. 232. 
Parker, J. B., V. 74. 
Parker, J. R., VI. 65. 
Parker, R. R., III. 47, 61, IV. 78, 

147, V. 34, 41, 71, 80, 81, 125, 



VI. 116, 145, VII. 82, 83, 128, 
VIII. 105, IX. Ill, X. 123, 143. 

Parker, T., VIII. 76. 
Parkinson, W. H., IX. 56. 
Parman, D. C, III. 92, VI. 121, 

VII. 121, VIII. 186, X. 162. 
Parodi, S. E., VI. 74. 
Parreiras Horta, P. de Figueiredo, 

VII. 66. 

Parrot, A., IX. 78. 

Parrot, L., V. 156, VII. 40, VIII. 
40, 181, IX. 21, 95, 170, X. 39, 
50, 53, 71, 100, 102, 166, 187, 
218 

Parsons, A. C, VII. 64, VIII. 
192. 

Parsons, H. H., IV. 76. 

Pasqualis, L., III. 64. 

Patel, P. G., X. 63, 81, 223. 

Patterson, R., IV. 123. 

Patton, W. S., I. 209, 210, 220, 
II. 28, 184, VIII. 15, IX. 14, 
15, 53, 102, 103, 145, 161, 207, 
208, 209, X. 17, 72, 73, 103, 
136, 137, 154, 195, 196, 231. 

Pauer, W., VIII. 149. 

Pavlovsky, E. N., X. 218, 219. 

Pawan, J. L., X. 106, 131. 

Payot, E., VIII. 210. 

Peacock, A. D., IV. 133, V. 89, 
VII. 72, VIII. 218, X. 120. 

Peairs, L. M., IX. 132. 

Pearce, E. K., IX. 196. 

Pearson, A., IX. 32. 

Pech, M. J., I. 50. 

Pedroso, A., II. 52. 

Peets, V. 120. 

Peju, G., VII. 41, 59, VIII. 39, 
81. 

Penna, B., VI. 90. 

Penna, J., X. 43. 

Pennington, M. S., VIII. 163. 

Penschke, III. 227. 

Perrier, E., II. 77. 

Perrv, E. L., III. 41. 

Peryassii, A., IX. 5, 6, X. 216, 
217. 

Pestico, J. F., VI. 161. 

Peters, B. A., X. 109. 

Peterson, A., VIII. 29. 

Petrie, G. F., III. 44. 

Petrocchi, J., VIII. 107. 

Pettit, G., VII. 146. 

Pettit, R. H., VIII. 124. 

Peyerimhoff, P. de, VI. 37. 

Phalen, J. M., V. 129. 



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Phelps, E. B., V. 9, VI. 20. 
Phibbs, G. B., IX. 115, X. 135, 

163. 
Philip, W. M., V. 150. 
Phipps, F. E.. VII. 159. 
Piatti, IX. 216. 
Piccininni, F.. VIII. 202, IX. 16, 

X. 173. 
Pick, W., V. 181. 
Pickard, F., VI. 70, 105. 
Pickels, A., VII. 64. 
PicoUo, L.. V. 110. 
Pielsticker, F., VI. 192. 
Pierce, C. C, V. 132. 
Pierce, W. D., VII. 20, 45, 91, 

164, VIII. 158, 159, IX. 64, 86, 

117, X. 170. 
Piettre, M., V. 88, VI. 29. 
Pili, R., IX. 155, X. 93. 
PiUers, A. W. N., VII. 183, VIII. 

5, 112, 126, 201, IX. 11, 185, 

206, X. 46, 59. 
Pilzer, V. 182. 
Piiia, J. G., IX. 123. 
Pinkus, H., II. 22. 
Pino Pou, R., VI. 216, X. 158. 
Pinto, C, X. 175. 
Plot, A., VIII. 154. 
Plot Bey, J. B., V. 51, IX. 20. 
Piras, L., VI. 51, IX. 60. 
Pine, J. H. H., II. 188. 
Pirot, R., X. 176. 
Pittaluga, G., VI. 49, 216, VII. 

78. 
Piutti, A., VIII. 137. 
Pizzini, L., V. 152. 
Place, F. E, III. 209, V. 49, VI. 

93 X 144 
Plath, O. E.,' VIII. 68, IX. 48. 
Plehn, A., VIII. 152, 203. 
Pliginsky, V., III. 136. 
Plotz, H., VII. 75. 
Pollard, F. J. S., VI. 139. 
Pomeroy, A. W. J., IV. 81, VIII. 

164, X. 106. 
Pons, C, I. 36, 120, 140. 
Ponte, E. del, IX. 78, 197. 
Popoff-Tcherkasky, D., VI. 75. 
Popov, V. A., III. 123. 
Porta, A., II. 200. 
Porrv, E., VI. 93. 
Portchinsky, LA., I. 108, 134, 
146, 149, III. 29, 195, 217, IV. 
51, 88. 
Porter, A., II. 150, III. 68, IV. 
48, V. 22, IX. 1. 



Porter, C. E., VI. 181. 
Postnikov, A. I., III. 122. 
Potel, R., V. 7. 
Pou, R. Pino, VI. 216, X. 158. 
Pouillaude, I., II. 134. 
Pound, C. J., VII. 114. 
Prashad, B., IV. 74, VI. 208, VIIL- 

31. 
Prates, M. M., VIII. 66. 
Pratt-Johnson, J., IX. 128. 
Prausnitz, W., VIII. 104. 
Prell, H., VI. 212, VIII. 121, 135,- 

IX. 18. 
Prentice, G., II. 66. 
Price, J. D., II. 67. 
Price, T. A., X. 168. 
Pricolo, A., VII. 131, IX. 94. 
Priestley, H., III. 153, VI. 207. 
Prince, J. A. A. Le, III. 79, 108, 

IV. 97, V. 100, 134, VII. 7, 108.. 
Pringault, E., II. 173, 179, IX. 58,. 

70, 89, 107. 
Puente, T. La-, III. 224. 
Pulay, E., III. 204. 
Puntoni, L., X. 46. 
Prowazek, S. von. III. 204. 
Purdy, J. S., X. 168. 
Purdy, W. C, VII. 74, VIII. 63,. 

64, IX. 32, 66, 131. 

Quiros, D., V. 63. 

Raabe, H., VIII. 193. 

Raadt, O. L. E. de, IV. 127, 128,. 

130, VI. 53, 193, VIII. 71. 
Radcliffe, L., VIII. 129. 
Raden Soetedjo, VI. 120. 
Ragazzi, C, IV. 69. 
Raghavendra Rao, R., III. 73. 
Rahmet Bey, H. T. M. K., VIII. 2. 
RaiUet, A., VI. 94, VII. 55. 
Ramakrishna Ayyar, T. V., VI.. 

22, IX. 79. 
Ramsbottom, J., III. 90. 
Ranck, E. M., I. 208. 
Rand, F. V., VIII. 159. 
Randier, P., X. 108. 
Randone, F., IV. 60. 
Rankin, A. C, IV. 139. 
Ransom, B. H., I. 223, IV. 63. 
Rao, R. Raghavendra, III. 73. 
Rao, S. Sundara, IX. 161, 208, 

209. 
Raper, H. S., V. 153. 
Raquel, A., III. 213. 
Rasch, W., X. 190. 



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Raveret-Wattel, G., VI. 73. 
Rawnsley, G. T., VI. 209, VII. 34. 
Reakes, C. J., VI. 115. 
Reddin, T. Kerry, III. 22. 
Redikortzev, V. V., X. 180. 
Regendanz, P., VI. 193. 
Regnault, F., VIII. 66. 
Reh, L., IX. 165. 
Reichenow, E., V. 119, VIII. 208, 

IX. 45, 129, X. 160, 224. 
Reid. H. A., II. 64. 
Reidy, J. B., VI. 143. 
Reilev, F. A., IX. 187. 
Reinhardt, R., V. 123. 
Reiter, H., V. 113. 
Remy, P., VIII. 188, IX. 145. 
Renault, J.. III. 232. 
Rene, C, IV. 70, 158, V. 62, 116, 

122 177. 
Rento'ul, A. V. D., VIII. 164. 
Reye, IX. 60. 
Ricardo, G., II. 81, 104, III. 19, 

26, IV. 65, IX. 50. 
Rich, S. G., VIII. 34. 
Richardson, C. H., I. 94, II. 23, 

IV. 5, 106, V. 44, 72, 145, VIII. 

29. 
Richardson, E. R., VI. 222. 
Richardson, O. H., V. 70. 
Richardson, U. F., IX. 109. 
Richter, VIII. 114. 
Richter, C, V. 16. 
Ridewood, W. G., II. 131. 
Rieck, V. 29. 
Riley, W. A., III. 216, VI. 33, 

VIII. 127, IX. 96, 105, X. 147. 
Rincones, R. Gonzales, V. 100. 
Ringenbach, J., I. 45, II. 170, 

III. 33, 145, 200. 
Ritchie, A. H., V. 75, 131, VI. 

38, VII. 38, 178. 
Rivas, D.. III. 45, VII. 131. 
Rivas, J. A.. IX. 13. 
Rivera, A., VIII. 126, X. 209. 
Rizzi, M., VIII. 192, IX. 131. 
Roberg, D. N., IV. 51. 
Roberts, N., III. 45, IV. 94. 
Robertson, G. E., IV. 94. 
Robertson, J., V. 185. 
Robertson, J. C, VIII. 139, 192. 
Robertson, M., V. 85. 
Robertson, W. A. N., VII. 12. 
Robin, VI. 198. 
Robinson, G. H., I. 186. 
Robinson, H. W., IV. 194. 



Robinson, L. E., I. 104, IV. 34, 

VIII. 218. 
Robles, R., VII. 159. 
Robhn, VIII. 40. 
Roca, M., X. 157. 
Rocha-Lima, H. da, V. 100, 110, 

VI. 58. 

Rochaz de Jongh, J., I. 40, III. 
224. 

Rodenwaldt, E., X. 64, 236. 

Rodhain, ]., I. 36, 91, 94, 120, 
140, II. 69, III. 144, 146, 198, 
225, IV. 15, 16, 22, 40, 56, 67, 
101, 138, V. 49, VI. 11, 34, VII. 
85, 86, 107, 117, 121, 149, 151, 
160, IX. 43, 59, 114, X. 44, 146, 
219 

Rodino, N., X. 158. 

Roger, J., X. 201. 

Rogers, L., II. 67, 196. 

Rook, H. de, X. 172, 179. 

Roon, K. van, VI. 36. 

Roos, J., VII. 39. 

Root, F. M., IX. 126. 

Roper, R., III. 10. 

Rosa, A. P., III. 213. 

Rose, F. G., IX. 135. 

Rosenau, M. J., I. 16. 

Rosenberger, G., X. 134. 

Rosenbusch, F., III. 205, VI. 59, 

VII. 174, 181, X. 235. 
Ross, E. H., II. 92. 

Ross, J. N. MacBean, IV. 143. 
Ross, P. H., II. 36, 188, IV. 167. 
Ross, Sir R., IV. 150, VII. 162. 
Ross, T. S., IV. 92. 
Ross, W. A., IV. 91, VII. 194. 
Rossi, G., V. 181. 
Roth, O., VI. 194. 
Roth, P. B., II. 26. 
Rothschild, N. C, II. 85, 95, III. 
112, IV. 32, 33, V. 41, VII. 164, 

VIII. 98, IX. 61, 62. 
Roubal, J., X. 6. 

Roubaud, E., I. 38, 52, 55, 69, 73, 
121, 172, 192, II. 58, 76, 91, III. 
77, 97, 98, 111, 121, 197, 199, 
IV. 22, 39, 101, 102, V. 35, 36, 
50, 87, 139, 157, 159, 162, 188, 
189, VI. 11, 101, 112, 155, 230, 
VII. 40, 79, 174, VIII. 33, 141, 
145, 166, 167, 217, IX. 90, 151, 
212, X. 12, 51, 53, 70, 101, 117, 
135, 186, 212, 219. 

Rouche, I. 187, 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Rousseau, Brocq-, VII. 182, VIII. 

76. 
Rousseau, L., VI. 140, VII. 29, 

30, 59. 
Row, R., X. 230. 
Roy, S. K., X. 205. 
Rover, B. F., VIII. 194. 
Rucker, W. C, III. 88. 
Rudolfs, W., X. 190. 
Ruppert, F., VIII. 211, IX. 36. 
Riischkamp, P. F., X. 64. 
Russ, v., IX. 172. 
Russell, F. F., VII. 127. 
Russell, H., II. 17. 
Russell, W. A., VIII. 75. 
Rutherford, A., II. 89. 

Sa, C, IV. 83. 

Sa, J. L. Bras de, IX. 6. 

Saceghem, R. Van, II. Ill, III. 

187, V. 12, 35, 96, VI. 13, 161, 

202, VII. 148, 157, 188, VIII. 

90, 148, 211, IX. 70, 171, X. 50, 

157. 
Sacharov, N. L., III. 22, 68. 
Sack. P., VIII. 169. 
St. John, J. H., IX. 198, X. 178. 
Salles Gomes, F. de. VIII. 52. 
Salm, A. J., II. 162, III. 224, V. 

75, VI. 175, 213, IX. 107. 
Salmon, D. E., VII. 115. 
Salvestroni, VII. 158. 
Sambon, L. W., III. 130, VIII. 

198, X. 180. 
Sampietro, G.. VIII. 60. 
Samsonoff, VIII. 195. 
Sanborn, C. E., VI. 224, VIII. 84, 

IX. 48. 
Sanderson, E. D., IX. 132. 
Sani, v.. III. 76. 
Sant'Anna, J. F., IV. 48. 
Santos, A. C. Dos, IV. 48. 
Sarrailhe, A., V. 37. 
Saunders, P. T., II. 174, 175, 176, 

III. 190, VII. 90. 
Saunders, W. H., IV. 167, 168. 
Scales, F. M., II. 178, III. 192. 
Scelsi, S., I. 98. 
Schaedel, A., VIII. 63. 
Schaffer, J. M., VIII. 149. 
Schalk, A. F., VI. 209, VII. 28. 
Schein, H., IX. 201. 
Scherber, G., V. 182. 
Schiemann, O., VI. 214, VIII. 77. 
Schiff, F., V. 113. 



Schikora, F.. X. 216. 

Schilling, v., V. 28, 113, ^'IIL 

152 X 91. 
Schlichtegroli, VI. 55. 
Schlupp, W. F., X. 103. 
Schmidt, M., IV. 158, V. 17. 
Schmidt, R., II. 100. 
Schmidt zu \\''ellenburg, H. von,. 

VI. 194. 
Schneider, F. L., IX. 192. 
Schneider, P., II. 78. 
Schoppe, W. F., VI. 65, X. 124. 
Schoppler, H., III. 197. 
Schayen, T. H., IV. 180. 
Schuberg, A., II. 128, 169, lY. 58. 
Schiiffner, W.. III. 101, IV. 52. V. 

27, VI. 52, 110, VII. 97, 98, 

VIII. 153, X. 38, 150. 
Schulze, P., VIII. 193, IX. 44, 45. 
Schumacher, F., IX. 60. 
Schumann, P., IV. 126. 
Schiissler, H., V. 112. 
Schuurmans Stekhoven, Jr., J. H., 

IX. 122, X. 43. 
Schwarz, L., X. 115. 

Schwetz. J., I. 31, III. 54, 120,. 

IV. 30, 31, 43, VI. 39, 144, MI. 

80, 135, VIII. 24, 42, 43, 67, X. 

99, 157. 
Scordo, F., I. 29. 
Scott, E. W., VI. 240. 
Scott, H. H., III. 152, VIII. 36, 

58, X. 214. 
Scott. J. T., VI. 223. 
Scott, J. W., IV. 14, V. 123, \'IE 

165, VIII. 92, 180, IX. 17, X. 

41. 
Scale, A., VI. 7. 
Sealy, S. T., IX. 105. 
Searle, C. VIII. 60. 
Secrete, VI. 50. 
Seddon, H. R., VI. 42. 
Seguy, E., VIII. 224, IX. 38, 100, 

107, 131, 144, 193, X. 23, 30, 31, 

100. 
Seidelin, H., III. 12, 17, IV. 12. 
Seitz, V. 111. 
Selan, U., I. 218. 
Sella, M., VIII. 221, IX. 137, 191, 

X. 34, 216. 
Selher, M., VIII. 3. 

Sen, S. K., III. 70, V. 124, \'IL 

26 X 77 81 
Senevet, G.', II. 199, III. 230» 

VIII. 56, 89, 108, 146, IX. 78. 

140, 150, X. 147. 



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Senftner, H. F., V. 170. 

Senior-White, R., VIII. 9, 160, 
IX. 106, 146, X. 80, 81. 

Sergent. Ed. & Et., I. 113, 193, 
235, II. 90, 91, 165, 198, 199, 
200, III. 29, 33, 143, 146, 230, 
IV. 93, 134, 139, 190, V. 36, 115, 
161, 190, VI. 139, 200, 205, 211, 
229, VII. 43, 85, 122, 123, VIII. 
3, 39, 77, 166, 182, 183, IX. 81, 
89, 107, 169, 170, 181, X. 38, 39, 
47, 48, 49, 50, 70, 71. 98, 100, 
108, 118, 166, 178, 220, 236. 

Serra, A., X. 156. 

Serre, P. A., X. 31. 

Serres, J., I. 148. 

Seurat, L. G., VII. 58. 

Sewell, E., IX. 126. 

Sewell, E. P., VIII. 91. 

Seymour- Jones, A., X. 57. 

Shand, W. R., VIII. 199. 

Shannon, R. C, II. 42, X. 203. 

Sharma, H. N., X. 77, 78. 

Sheather, A. L., III. 119, VIII. 
58. 

Sherman, F., IX. 5. 

Shevirev, I., III. 105. 

Shilston, A. D., II. 17, IV. 184. 

Shipley, Sir A. E., III. 43, 44, 
80, 171, VI. 60. 

Shiraki, T., VIII. 119. 

Shircore, J. O., I. 132, II. 96, IV. 
54, 130, IX. 53. 

Shokhor, N. I., III. 124, IV. 10. 

Shoemaker, H., I. 197. 

Shortt, H. E., IX. 159, 160. 

Sigalas, R., X. 176. 

Sigler, T. A., VIII. 107. 

Sigwart, H., VII. 18. 

Sikora, H., III. 226, VI. 55, 191, 
VII. 68, 143, IX. 36, 115, X. 
229 

Siler, J. F., III. 222, IV. 90. 

Silva, P. da, II. 176, IV. 49. 

Simmonds, H. W., X. 226. 

Simons, H., VIII. 196. 

Simpson, F., VI. 153. 

Simpson. J. J., II. 26, 93, VI. 97. 

Simpson, W. J., IV. 150. 

Simpson, W. J. R., VII. 53. 

Sinclair, J. M., II. 136, III. 211, 
IV. 73, 108, 151, 171, VI. 30, 
182, 218, VII. 129, 179, VITI. 
198. 

Singh. B. Harnam, IX. 130.. 



Sinton, J. A., VI. 2, IX. 119. 163, 

179, 210, X. 74, 196. 
Sitanala. J. B., IV. 127. 
Skelton, D. S., I. 54. 
Skinner, H., I. 146, III. 149, V. 

145. 
Skriabin, J. K., IV. 24. 
Slattery, T., X. 163. 
Slooten, J. van, IX. 175. 
Small, W. D. D., V. 175, VI. 178. 
Smart, A. G. H., II. 202. 
Smillie, W. G., VIII. 184. 
Smit, H. J., X. 232. 
Smith, A. H., X. 4. 
Smith, A. J., III. 45. 
Smith, E. I., VI. 46, 210, VIII. 

162. 
Smith, Sir F., I. 78, VII. 54. 
Smith, G. S. Graham-, II. 19, 166, 

IV. 143, VI. 25, VII. 71, VIII. 

22. 
Smith, J., II. 177. 
Smith, L. F., II. 158. 
Smith, Sir P. W. Bassett-, VII. 

109, IX. 108. 
Smith, S. A., II. 71. 
Smvth, E. G., VII. 186, VIII. 

201, IX. 198. 
Snvder, T. E., V. 179, VII. 4, 20, 

62, VIII. 19. 
Sobrero, L. R.. X. 60, 191. 
Soetedjo, Raden, VI. 120. 
Sohns, J. C. F.. VI. 120. 
Sollmann, T., VII. 75. 
Somerville, B. M., VII. 175. 
Soparkar, M. B., VI. 130. 
Sorapure, V. E., VI. 225, VIII. 

10. 
Sorel, F., II. 5. 
Sorgdrager, G. B. Walch-, X. 38» 

179. 
Soulet, VII. 167. 
Soulima, A., III. 151. 
Sousa, J. de, X. 210. 
Southon, C. E., VII. 155. 
Southwell, T., IX. 23. 
Souza Araujo, H. C. de, VIII. 25. 
Spencer, H. A., I. 30. 
Spever, E. R., VIII. 215. 
Splendore, A., I. 149, VIII. 201. 
Spooner, C. S., VIII. 187. 
SpreuU, J., III. 57. 
Spuler, A., V. 192. 
Stadtmann-Averfeld, H., IX. 186. 
Stalder, H., VII. 125. 
Stallybrass, C. O., V. 148. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Stanley, A., I. 232. 
Stannus, H. S., II. 35. 
Stanton, A. T., I. 5, 33, 229, III. 
10, 101, 117, 228, IV. 23, V. 54, 

VIII. 113. 
Startz, E., IX. 62. 
Stedefeder, IV. 10, VIII. 217. 
Steel, T., VII. 173. 

Stefani, T. de, III. 152, IX. 46, 

112, 121. 
Stefanopoulo, G. J.. VIII. 140. 
Stefko, W., VI. 12, 13. 
Stein, A. R., X. 218, 219. 
Stein, P., VIII. 71. 
Stekhoven, Jr., J. H. Schuurmans-, 

IX. 122, X. 43. 

Stempell. W., V. Ill, VIII. 117, 

202, 212, IX. 184. 
Stephens, J. W. W., X. 61. 
Steudel, VI. 4, 76. 
Steven, W. S. R., III. 162. 
Stevenson, A. C, III. 188. 
Stevenson, A. F., V. 9, VI. 20. 
Stevenson, W. D. H., II. 196. 
Stirling, R. F., IX. 67. 
Stockman, Sir S., I. 81, VII. 17, 

147, VIII. 56. 
Stokes, T. G. N., I. 218. 
Storch, O., II. 87. 
Stordy, R. J., II. 139, V. 25, 173. 
Storey, G., IV. 86, VIII. 34. 
Story, C, IX. 8. 
Stott, H., III. 222. 
Strachan, H., I. 154. 
Strauss, P., X. 176, 224. 
Strickland, C, I. 18, 102, 103, 

180, 229, II. 22, 106, 190, III. 

110, 117, 212, IV. 54, 66, V. 10, 

81, 123. 
Strickland, E. H., I. 77. 
Strindberg, H., IX. 43. 
Strisower, R., VII. 77. 
Strong, R. P., IX. 137. 
Strong, W. M., IX. 216, X. 119. 
Stub, C, VIII. 82. 
Sturgess, G. W., IV. 123, VI. 42. 
Sturtevant, A. H., VIII. 1, X. 

124. 
Sugai, C, VIII. 138. 
Suhr, A. C. H., III. 86. 
Suldev, E. W.. V. 19, VI. 72. 
Summers, S. L. M., I. 131. 
Summers-Connal, S., III. 12. 
Sundara Rao, S., IX. 161, 208, 

209. 
Sunier, A. L. J., IX. 36. 



Surcouf, J. M. R., I. 106, II. 36, 
156, IX. 37, 143, X. 30, 31, 82, 
110. 

Surface, H. A., II. 92, III. 118. 

Susini, A., VIII. 62. 

Sutton, H., X. 168. 

Sviridov, D., III. 197. 

Swaminath, C. S., VIII. 160. 

Sweet, G., IV. 70, VI. 42. 

Swellengrebel, N. H., I. 87, II. 
115, III. 34, 204, IV. 127, V. 26, 
33, VI. 53, 110, 214, VII. 19, 76, 
97, 98, 183, VIII. 53, 55, 79, 
123, 136, 152, 153, 162, 176, 218, 
IX. 3, 4, 173, 216, X. 20, 113, 
149, 200. 

Swellengrebel de Graaf, J. M. H., 
VII. 97, 98, 183, VIII. 53, 123, 
136, 152, 162, 176, 218, IX. 3, 4. 

Swenk, M. H., IV. 169. 

Swezey, O. H., IX. 181. 

Swingle, L. D., I. 225, II. 68, III. 
175. 

Swynnerton, C. F. M., IX. 97. 

Symons, S. T. D., V. 24. 

Takatsuki, A., VI. 135, VII. 148. 

Takaugi, S., IX. 95. 

Takeda, S., X. 45. 

Talbot, G., VII. 72, VIII. 33, 177. 

Taliaferro, W. H., X. 109. 

Tamayo, L. Espinosa-, VI. 192. 

Tamiva, T., X. 107. 

Tanaka, K., VI. 50. 

Tanzer, E., VIII. 62, IX. 68, X. 

6, 211. 
Tarassevitch, L. A., III. 114, V. 

109. 
Tarbett, R. E., VIII. 64. 
Taute, M., I. 178, VIII. 46. 
Taylor, F. H., I. 11, II. 11, 93, 

i35, 149, III. 30, 37, IV. 10, 30, 

91, 183, V. 54, 67, 94, VI. 73, 

118, 227, 238, VII. 12, 62, 139, 

175, X. 109. 
Taylor, H. A., VI. 136, X. 29. 
Taylor, J., II. 196, III. 73. 
Taylor, J. F., VIII. 4. 
Taylor, M., VI. 107. 
Tcherkasky, D. P., VI. 75. 
Teichmann, E., I. 168, II. 138, V. 

130, VI. 57, VII. 126, VIII. 121, 

168. 
Teissonniere, VII. 30. 
Tejera, E., VIII. 2, 16, 145, 147, 

183, 185, IX. 12. 



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Telfer, E., II. 75. 

Tenjin, S., X. 107. 

Teodoro, G., VI. 187. 

Tetlev, H., VI. 99. 

Thargetta. VII. 79. 

Theiler, Sir A., I. 82, 139, IV. 27, 

V. 185, VIII. 8, IX. 83, 138. 
Theobald, F. V., I. 140, II. 35, 

45, 51, III. 184. 

Thibault, Jr., J. K., III. 81, VI. 

218 
Thiel,'p. H. van, X. 200, 201. 
Thompson, A. G. G., VIII. 197. 
Thompson, J. B., II. 12ff. 
Thompson, R. L., III. 163. 
Thomson, D., I. 125, 203, II. 116, 

V. 154. 
Thomson, F., VI. 102. 
Thomson, J- D., III. 74. 
Thornton, L. H. D., VII. 176. 
Ticho, A., VI. 55. 
Tiegs, O. W., IX. 215, X. 1, 133. 
Todd, J. L., I. 50, III. 6, 103, VIII. 

191, IX. 31, 137, X. 189. 
Todd, R. E., III. 44. 
Toit, P. J. du, V. 121, VIII. 45, 

46, 151, 191. 
Tonneher, A. C, VI. 180. 
Tonnoir, A., IX. 88, X. 8. 
Tonomura, K., VI. 195. 
Topfer, H., V. Ill, 112, VI. 215. 
Torrance. F., VII. 150, IX. 81, 

113. 

Torres, M., IV. 37. 

Torres, T., II. 164. 

TothiU, J. D., V. 41. 

Tournaire, P., VII. 146. 

Tovar, M. Nunez, IX. 12, 13. 

Tower, W. V., X. 59. 

Townsend, C. H. T., I. 163, 203, 
221, II. 29, 48, 59, 144, 176, 186, 
III. 194, IV. 63, 65, 96, 122, 
123, 159, V. 82, 179, VI. 189, 
VII. 133, VIII. 52, IX. 207. 

Toyoda, S., VI. 50. 

Tragardh, I., I. 223. 

Trask, J. W., V. 31. 

Treadgold, C. H., VI. 175. 

Treherne, R. C. V. 119. 

Trigo, P., VII. 142, X. 24, 235. 

Troop, J., IX. 109. 

Tryon, H., V. 10, VIII. 73, 74, 
IX. 215. 

Tuck, G. K., I. 190. 

Tucker, E. S., II. 57. 

Tucker, G., VI. 102. 



Tullgren, A., III. 31, VII. 157. 

TulUdge, E. K., V. 31. 

Turner, R. E., III. 118, IV. 116, 

V. 2, VI. 40, VIII. 113. 
Turner, W. F., III. 88. 
Tyzzer, E. E., IX. 8. 

Urbain, G., V. 13. 
Uriarte, L., VIII. 129, IX. 112. 
Urich, F. W., II. 24, III. 185, X. 
214. 

Vago. H. A., VI. 172. 
Vaillard, I. 191, II. 111. 
Valadez, S. M., IX. 2. 
Valerio, B. Galh-, I. 40, II. 161, 

III. 224, 226, V. 42, VI. 52, 76, 

172. VII. 125, X. 7, 8, 92, 172. 
Valladares, J. F., II. 104. 
Valle, v., VII. 156. 
van Breemen, M. L., VI. 53, VII. 

96, IX. 36. 
Van den Branden, F., I. 36, 120, 

140, IV. 101, VI. 11, 34, VIII. 

17, 24, X. 146. 
Van den Eeckhout, M. A., VII. 

136. 
van der Heyden, N. H., V. 27, 

VI. 156. 
Vanderijst, P. H., I. 93. 

Van Dine, D. L., III. 80, X. 46. 

Van Es, L., VI. 209, VII. 28. 

van Gorkom, W. T- VII. 39. 

Van Hoof, L., VI. 33, X. 146. 

van Laaren, G. F., X. 120. 

van Loghem, J. J., X. 5. 

van Lonkhuijzen, J. J., IX. 190. 

van Loon, F. H., X. 5. 

van Roon, K., VI. 36. 

Van Saceghem, R., III. 187, V. 

12, 35, 96, VI. 13, 161, 202, VII. 

149, 157, 188, VIII. 90, 148, 211, 

IX. 70, 171, X. 50, 157. 
van Slooten, J., IX. 175. 
van Thiel, P. H., X. 200, 201. 
Van Zwaluwenburg, R. H., V. 64, 

VI. 179, VII. 52. 
Vanes, L., VI. 209. 
Varadhachari, B. V., III. 73. 
Vasconcellos, A. de, VIII. 187. 
Vasilev, I. V., I. 193. 
Vassal, J. J., III. 101. 
Vaughan-Kirby, F., V. 172. 
Vecsei, F., IV. 61. 
Veenendaal, X. 214. 
Veitch, R., X. 76. 



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INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Velu, H., IV. 164, V. 97, VI. 82, 
VII. 86, 125, 134, VIII. 109, IX. 
90. 

Venables, E. P., II. 129. 
Verco, J. C, V. 64. 
Verdun, P., VI. 197. 
Vermeesch, M.. III. 186. 
Verney, L., VI. 40. 
Verteuil, E. de, X. 221. 
Vialatte, C, II. 90, III. 33, IV. 

156, IX. 150, X. 47, 48, 53, 236. 
Vienne, M., VII. 137. 
Vigel, VI. 42. 
Vigne, P., IX. 89. 
Villela, E., VI. 217. 
ViUeneuve, J., IV. 16, 125, 126, V. 

83, VI. 113, 177, VII. 99, IX. 

145, 180. 
Vincent, G. E., VII. 162. 
Vinet, C, I. 234. 
Vishniakov, T. A., IV. 51. 
Viton, A., X. 141, 149. 
Vleming, E., VII. 41. 
Vogel, R., VI. 191, IX. 193, X. 

212. 
Vogel, W. T. de, IV. 130. 
von Bassewitz, E., VIII. 102, 

IX. 130. 
von Bencziir, J., V. 111. 
von Celebrini, E., II. 97. 
von Ezdorf, R. H., II. 161, 162, 

IV. 77. 
von Ihering, R., V. 28. 
von Marschalko, T., III. 203. 
von Prowazek, S., III. 204. 
von Schmidt zu Wellenburg, H., 

VI. 194. 

von Wasielewski, T., VIII. 62. 
Vrijburg, A., VII. 130. 

Wagner, J., IV. 151. 
Walch, E., X. 38, 179. 
Walch-Sorgdrager, G. B.. X. 38, 

179. 
Walden, B. H.. V. 104, VI. 190, 

VII. 133, VIII. 138, X. 133. 
Walden, W. M., X. 228. 
Waldow, VI. 173. / 
Walker, E. L., III. 65, V. 182, 

IX. 8. 
Walker, E. M., IX. 1, X. 227. 
Wallace, F. N., X. 123. 
Walling, W. A. B., III. 180. 
Wallis, T. E., X. 85. 
Walsh, J. H. T., VI. 84. 
Walter, E., X. 212. 



Walter, E. V., VII. 25. 
Walton, W. R., VII. 128. 
Wanhill, VII. 176. 
Warburton, C, I. 154, IV. 34, VI.. 

188, VII. 69, VIII. 219. 
Ward, H. B., VI. 188. 
Ward, W. F., II. 188. 
Wardle, R. A., IX. 139. 
Warnock, J., VI. 209, VII. 34. 
Washburn, F. L., IV. 152, VII. 

132. 
Wasielewski, T. von, VIII. 62. 
Wassilewsky, W. J., X. 69. 
Waterfield, N. E., VI. 61. 
Waterston, J., III. 117, 134, 142, 

IV. 65, 121, 166, V. 2, 68, 69, VI. 

40, 162, VII. 57, X. 8, 30, 67, 

125 142 214. 
Watson, D. P.,' II. 119, 185, 186, 

188 
Watson, J. R., IX. 50. 
Watson, M., II. 46, 47, 72. 
Wattel, G. Raveret-, VI. 73. 
Watts, H. R., VII. 95. 
Wawrinskv, X. 157. 
Wayson, N. E., III. 46. 
Webb, J. L., II. 157, VIII. 130^ 

IX. 141. 
Webb, P. T., II. 143. 
Webber, H. J., IX. 132. 
Webster. F. M., II. 177. 
Week, I. 76. 
Weichel, A., VI. 120. 
Weidenfeld, S., III. 204. 
Weidman, F. D., IV. 40, V. 64. 
Weidner, E., VI. 55. 
Weinberg, M., VIII. 151. 
Weiss, A., I. 43, 200, V. 87, VI. 

28, VII. 151, IX. 52. 
Weiss, H. B., I. 22, 37, III. 154. 
Welch, P. S., VI. 32. 
Weldon, R. P., VI. 85. 
Wellenburg, H. von Schmidt zu, 

VI. 194. 
Wells, R. W., VII. 128, X. 122. 
Wenyon, C. M., 1. 1, 131, II. 7, 64, 

III. 188, V. 117, 151, IX. 32, 

X 8 9 13 
Werner, H., V. 62, VI. 54, 56, 76, 

IX. 18. 
Wernicke, R., IX. 197. 
Wesenberg, G., III. 227. 
Wesenburg-Lund, C, VI. 182, VII. 

170, VIII. 83, IX. 82, 153, 154. 
Westphalen, IX. 60. 
Wharton, L. D., VII. 45. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



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Whitaker, H. D., III. 38. 

White, A., III. 126, V. 66. 

White, E. E. D., VI. 41. 

White, F. N., VI. 220. 

White, M. J., VII. 76. 

White, R. Senior-, VIII. '9, 160, 

IX. 106, 146, X. 80, 81. 
Whitfield, A., IV. 46. 
Whiting, P. W., II. 89. 
Whitney, C. P.. III. 25. 
Wicherski, 0. G., VI. 32. 
Wickware, A. B., X. 82, 139. 
Widmann, E., IV. 87, VIII. 103. 
Wiese, O., VI. 54, 215. 
Wigdor, M.. VI. 183. 
Wilhelmi, J., VI. 174, VIII. 103, 

122, 135, 168, 217, 220, IX. 28, 

44, 89, 165. 
Wilkins, S. D., VIII. 204. 
Willcocks, F. C, II. 163, VI. 239. 
Wille, J., X. 37. 
Wilhams, C, II. 181, III. 219, X. 

129. 
Wilhams, C. B., IX. 175. 
Williams, C. L., VIII. 65. 
Williams, T. H., III. 142, VI. 80, 

VII. 60, 175, VIII. 52, 138. 
Williamson, G., VIII. 220. 
Wilhamson, M. J., III. 58. 
Willoughby, W^ G., VI. 116. 
Willoughby, W. M., VI. 60. 
Wilson, C. E., IX. 150. 
Wilson, H. C, II. 153. 
Wilson, J. A., VII. 94. 
Wilson, R. M., VI. 225, VIII. 10. 
Winckel, C. W. ¥., VII. 96. 
Winn, A. F., III. 155. 
Winship, E., IX. 28. 
Winslow, C. E. A., I. 149, 227. 
Wise, K. S., VIII. 189. 
Wolbach, S. B., IV. 154, V. 31, 

80, VII. 84, IX. 137, X. 26, 

189 
Wolfei, K., IV. 47. 
Wolhnan, E., VII. 140, VIII. 36, 

IX. 71, 173. 
Woo, S. M., IX. 33. 
W^ood, E. J., I. 186. 

Wood, H. P., I. 2, 160, II. 2, V. 
173, VI. 89, VIII. 14, 75, 84, 

X. 227. 



Wood, J. Y., IV. 44. 
Woodcock, H. M., III. 129, VL 

85, VII. 102. 
Woodward, T. E., III. 88. 
Woosnam. R. B., II. 37, 83. 
Wright, E. H., VIII. 5. 
Wright, H. D., VIII. 197. 
WTight, R. E., II. 154, VI. 129, 

IX. 105. 
Wright, W., V. 24. 
Wrightson, W. D., III. 173. 
Wuelker, G., VIII. 62. 
Wiirtz, I. 50. 
Wyler, E. J., IV. 148. 

Yakimoff, W. L., I. 55, III. 124, 
202, IV. 101, V. 95, 98, 99, X. 
69, 70, 99, 102. 

Yamada, S., IX. 117, X. 147. 

Yamaguchi, K., VI. 195. 

Yamaguchi, M., IX. 161, X. 41. 

Yamaguchi, S., VI. 21. 

Yerburv, J. W., I. 69. 

Yofe, H., IX. 192. 

Yorke, W., I. 41, 42, 168, II. 131, 
III. 177, 178, 179, VIII. 97, 

IX. 54. 
Young, A., VI. 60. 

Young, A. R., VIII. 206, IX. 69. 
Young, A. W. C, II. 191. 
Young, C. J., IX. 201, 202, X. 

234. 
Young, C. W., X. 191. 
Young, D., IX. 24. 
Young, T. C. M., I. 112. 

Zabala, J., VII. 174. 
Zammit, T., VI. 43, 190. 
Zetek, J., I. 105, II. 101, III. 223, 
V. 1, 140, VIII. 32, 175, 186, 

X. 11, 221. 
Zibordi, D., X. 88. 
Ziemann, H., IX. 78. 
Zotta, G., IX. 123, 144, 154. 
Zucker, A., III. 225. 
Zuelzer, M., IX. 213, X. 28. 
Zupitza, M., II. 174, VIII. 170. 
Zupnik, L., III. 204. 
Zwaluwenburg, R. H. Van, 

V. 64, VL 179, VII. 52. 



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INDEX TO NAMES OF ARTHROPODS. 



A. 

abascanta, Wyeomyia. 

abdoniinalis, Cephenomyia ; Culex 
[Culicelsa) (see C. hitaeniorhyn- 
chus) ; Dohrniphora ; Goniocotes 
(see G. gigas). 

abfitchi, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) (see A. 
excrncians) . 

abnormalis, Aedes {Aedimorphus, 
Bathosomyia, Ochlerotatus) . 

abominator , Culex [M elanoconion) 
(see C. erraticus). 

aborensis, Haemaphy sails . 

aboriginis, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 

Abraxas grossulariata, L., Nosema 
apis pathogenic to, II. 45. 

abrupta, Heinilexomyia. 

abruptus, Thyridanthrax . 

absobrina, Theobaldia (see T. im- 
patiens) . 

abstersus, Tayl., Tabanus (see T. 
doddi) . 

abstersus, Wlk., Tabanus. 

abyssinica, Haematopota. 

Acalleomyia obscura (see Culex). 

Acanthaspis sulcipes, ¥., not in- 
fected with trypanosomes in Bel- 
gian Congo, I. 141; possible 
relation of, to goitre in Africa, 
IV. 139. 

Acanthia (see Cimex). 

Acanthocera, notice of key to Bra- 
zilian species of, IV. 37. 

Acanthocera anacantha, Lutz & 
Neiva, in Brazil, VI. 90. 

acanthocolpum, A trichopogon. 

Acanthoconops, gen. n., IX. 133. 
(See Styloconops.) 

acanthopus, Hoplopleura. 

Acarapis, gen. n., IX. 196. 

Acarapis woodi, Rennie, IX. 196; 
and Isle of Wight disease in 
bees, X. 129. 

Acartoinyia niariae (see Aedes). 

Acarus autumnalis (see Leptus). 

Acarus foenarius, Koch, injurious to 
domestic animals in fodder, VIII. 
134. 

Acarus marginatus, F. (see Ixodes 
ricinus) . 

Acarus muscaruni, L., parasite of 
Musca convexifrons [lusoria) in 
Australia, X. 14. 

Acarus scabiei (see Sarcoptes). 



acasta, Melittobia. 

accensus, Tabanus. 

accraensis, Culicoides. 

acer, Tabanus ; Taeniorhynchus- 

(Chrysoconops) (see T. brevicellu- 

lus). 
Achorutes viaiicus, L., bionomics 

and rdle of, in sewage purification,. 

IX. 56. 
Achroia grisella, L., larvae of, 

immune from tubercle bacilli, 

II. 54. 
aciculifer, Haemaphy salis. 
Acilius, destroying mosquito larvae 

in Macedonia, X. 142. 
Acilius sulcatus, L., predacious on 

larvae of Culex in Russia, V. 84. 
aconitus, Anopheles [Myzomyia), 

minimus, 
acosmetum, Atrichopogon. 
acrophilus, Aedes. 
actaeon, Hypoderma. 
aculeatus, Haeynatopinus (Polyplax).. 
acuminata, Aelia. 
acutidens, Odontomachus ruficeps. 
acutus, Ceratophyllus. 
Adalia obliterata, L., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 102. 
adelaidae, Tabanus. 
adelpha, Leptopsylla. 
Ademon decrescens, Nees, parasite of 

Simulium aureum in Germany, 

IX. 104. 

adersi, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) ; Simu- 
lium hirsutum. 

Adersia oestroides, Karsch, in 
Somaliland, III. 136; in Zanzi- 
bar, III. 50. 

adprop inquans , Systenu s . 

Aides, in Arctic Regions, VII. 196; 
in Canada, IX. 113, X. 19; in 
Florida, II. 78; in Oriental 
Region, X. 197; distribution of 
subgenera of, in Palaearctic Re- 
gion, X. 18; in West Indies, 
V. 54, 61 ; classification of, 
V. 52, VI. 142, IX. 9, 87, 113, 

X. 18, 197 ; methods of breeding, 
IX. 115. 

Aides (Ochlerotatus), pupal charac- 
ters of, V. 167 ; notice of key 
to French species of, IX. 131 ; 
substitution of, for Heteronycha, 
IX. 87. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Aides {Stegomyia), respiration of 
larvae of, II. 107 ; pupal charac- 
ters of, V. 167 ; possibly trans- 
mitting dengue, I. 207," V. 37, 
X. 92 ; transmitting horse sick- 
ness, VI. 161 ; effect of Char a on, 
VIII. 61, X. 221 ; surveys of, in 
India and Far East, I. 190, II. 
110, 142. 

Aedes abfitchi, Felt (see A. excru- 
cians) . 

Aedes {*Aedimorphtis, Bathosomyia, 
Ochlerotatus) ahnormalis, Theo. 
[minutiis slenosctitus, Edw.), in 
Gold Coast, V. 3. 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) aboriginis, 
Dyar, described as new from 
U.S.A., VI. 7; in Canada, VIII. 
101. 

Aedes * Ochlerotatus) acrophiliis, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Alberta, VI. 9; in Colorado, VI. 
146. 

Aedes {*Aediniorphiis, Diceromyia, 
Ochlerotatus) adersi, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, V. 53; in Zanzi- 
bar, V. 53, VI. 123. 

Aedes aegypti, E., considered an 
earlier name for A. argenteus 
{fasciatus) (q.v.), IX. 51. 

Aedes {Ochlerotatus) aestivalis, Dyar, 
breeding-places of, in Canada, 
VI. 178; in U.S.A., VI. 8; 
possibly a synonym of A. stic- 
ticus, X. 131. 

Aedes (* Stegomyia) africatuis, Theo., 
in Belgian Congo, III. 121; in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, 112, V. 39, 
VI. 225 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) albescens, 
Edw., described as new from 
Siberia, X. 18. 

Aedes [Culicelsa) albirostris, Macq., 
in Australia, I. 11, IX. 75; in 
New Zealand, IX. 75. 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Leucomyia) 
albitarsis, Tayl., described as new, 
II. 135; in Papua, II. 135, III. 
153. 

Aides {Culicelsa, *Finlaya, Och- 
lerotatus) alboannulattis , Macq., 
in Australia, I. 11, III. 37, 207, 
IV. 182 ; breeding-places of, IV. 
182. 

Aedes {Danielsia, F inlay a, *Mac- 
leaya) alboannulaius , Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
I. 11; a synonym of A. tremula, 
q.v. 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
albocephalus , Theo., in E. Africa, 
VIII. 164; in W. Africa, IV. 



120, V. 3, VI. 38; in Natal, 

IV. 120 ; breeding-places of, 

VI. 38. 

Aides {Ciilex, * Ochlerotatus) albo 
fasciatus, Macc]., in Argentina, 

VII. 107; habits of, in Brazil, 

VIII. 25. 

Aedes {* Stegomyia) albopictus, Skuse 
{sciUellaris, Theo. nee WJk., latyi- 
herti, Ventr.), in Australia, III. 
37, IV. 2, 60, V. 68, X. 233; m 
Ceylon, II. 70; in China, I. 232, 
236, II. 28, 111, III. 141, IV. 39; 
in Cochin-China, II. 155 ; and 
potential establishment of yellow 
fever in Far East, II. 28, X. 103 ; 
in Formosa, VI. 50; in Hawaii, 

V. 17, VI. 163; in India, I. 79, 
143, 162, 163, II. 193, HI. 40, V. 
39, VI. 64, 196, IX. 80, 124, 
X. 67, 68, 77; in Dutch East 
Indies, IV. 23, VI. 213, X. 95; 
in Madagascar, VII. 17, IX. 68; 
in Malaya, IX. 190, X. 57. 58, 
207, 208, 225; in Mauritius, 
X. 225; in New Guinea, III. 
153; in Philippines, VII. 193; 
in Singapore, II. 28; experimen- 
tal transmission of dengue by, 

VI. 195; and iilariasis, II. 155, 
X. 95, 225 ; doubtfully associated 
with influenza, V. 17 ; anatomy 
of, IV. 74; biting habits of, 1. 
162, VII. 63; breeding-places 
of. I. 143, III. 40, 141, VI. 64, 
X. 57, 67, 207, 208 ; oviposition 
of, V. 39, VII. 27, 46, IX. 80, 
X. 57, 77 ; parasites of, IX. 190, 
X. 58; respiration of. III. 70; 
larvicides against, II. 142, X. 67, 
77. 

Aedes {*Aedirnorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
alboscntellatus, Theo. {Reedomyia 
pampangensisr Ludl.), in Aus- 
tralia, IV. 11, V. 68, VI. 73; 
described as A. omnrensis, sp. n., 
in Japan, X. 147, 154. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus, 
Protomacleaya) alboventralis, Theo., 
in Belgian Congo, III. 121. 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) aldrichi, D. & 
K.. in Canada, VIII. 140, IX. 86, 
X. 127, 167 ; in U.S.A., VI. 8, 146, 
223, IX. 51; breeding-places of, 
yi. 8, IX. 51, 86, X. 127, 167; 
A. aestivalis not a synonym of, 
X. 131. 

Aides {*Ochlerolafus) aloponotmn, 
Dyar, described as new from 
U.S.A., VI. 7. 

Aides {^Ochlerotatus) alpinus, L. 
{Culex nigripes, Zett.), described as 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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A. nearcticus, sp. n., from Arctic 
Regions, VII. 196; in Denmark, 

VII. 171; possibly occurring in 
. Finland, X. 166; in Germany, 

X. 36; in Greenland, VI. 86, IX. 
82; in Lapland, VI. 86; in Swe- 
den, X. 87 ; described as A . 
innuitus, sp. n., VI. 86 ; bionomics 
of, VII. 171, X. 36 ; gills of 
larva of, X. 100, 128 ; synonymy 
of, VIII. 102, X. 18, 131. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) altinsculiis, 
Dyar, described as new from 
U.S.A., VI. 7. 

ASdes (*-4.) andamanensis, Edw., 
described as new from Andamans, 
X. 197. 

Addes [*Ochlerotatus) angustivittatus , 
D. & K., in Costa Rica, X. 31. 

Aedes (Culex, Culicada, *Ochlero- 
.tatus) annulipes, Mg. (quartus, 
Mart.), in Denmark, VII. 171; 

IX. 82; in Germany, II. 78, VII. 
69, VIII. 214, IX. 29, 35; in 
Pyrenees, VIII. 76; in Sweden, 

X. 87. 

Aedes {Culicada, *Ochlerotatiis) an- 
nulipes, Tayl. (see A. campto- 
rhynchus) . 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) antipodeus, 
Edw., described as new from 
New Zealand, VIII. 48. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphns, Ochlerotatus) 
apicoanniilatus, Edw., in W. 
Africa, IV. 44, 163, VI. 16, 38, 
X. 226 ; breeding-places of, IV. 
163, VI. 38. 

Aedes {*S(egomyia) apicoargenteus, 
Theo., in W.' Africa, II. 27, IV. 
45, V. 45 ; in Belgian Congo, 
I. 220, III. 121. 

Aedes [*Finlaya) arhorealis, B.-W. 
& B., described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphiis, Ochlerotatus) 
argenteopunctatus, Theo., breed- 
ing-places of, in S. Africa, VIII. 
9 ; in Nigeria, IV. 66. 

Aedes (*Stegomyia) argenteus, Poir. 
[aegypti, L., calopus, Mg. , fasciata, 
F., rossi, Giles), in E. Africa, 

VIII. 164, X. 94, 223; in S. 
Africa, IV. 120, IX. 128; in W. 
Africa, I. 52, II. 27. 58, 84, 93, 
117, 135, III. 1, 12, 188, IV. 21, 
44, 45, 66, 81, 112, 148, 150. 159, 
161-164, 165, V. 3, 39, 45, VI. 
15, 16, 47, 48, 202, 225, VII. 81, 
169, VIII. 11, 12, 217, IX. 21, 42, 
X. 114, 167, 225, 226, 234; in 
Argentina, V. 113, VII. 181, 
VIII. 163; in Australia, I. 11, 



II. 12, ni. 30, 37, 207, IV. 10, 
11, 60, 73, 135, 148, 149, 196, 
V. 68, VI. 62, 227, VII. 61, 176, 
VIII. 38, 173, IX. 118, 128, X. 
168, 233 ; in the Balkans, IV. 179, 

V. 87, VI. 162, 201, VIII. 87; in 
Belgian Congo, III. 121; on 
Black Sea Coast, VI. 78; absent 
from Biskra, III. 230; in Brazil, 

II. 164, III. 70, IV. 37, VI. 91, 

VIII. 25, IX. 202, X. 158, 233; 
in Canary Islands, X. 31 ; in 
Ceylon, II. 70, IX. 147; in 
Cochin-China, I. 57; intercepted 
from Coloinbia, IX. 108 ; in Costa 
Rica, X. 31; in Crete, IX. 82; 
in Ecuador, IV. 149, VI. 30, 192, 
VII. 162, IX. 6, 128, X. 4; in 
Egypt, III. 10, VIII. 35, IX. 99; 
found in Epping Forest, VIII. 13 ; 
in Far Eastern ports, I. 236, II. 
28, 111, III. 141, IV. 39. VIII. 
113, X. 103; in Fiji, IV. 41, X. 
77; in Formosa, VI. 50; in S. 
France, IV. 40, VI. 23; in British 
Guiana, I. 125, VII. 134, 179, IX. 
2, 135, X. 33, 217; in Dutch 
Guiana, VII. 6; in French 
Guiana, Yl. 160; in Hawaii, V. 
17, VI. 163, IX. 38; in India, I. 
79, 143, 162. 163, 219, IT 193, 

III. 40, 162, IX. 124, 125, X. 68, 
79; in Dutch E. Indies, IV. 23, 

VI. 213; in Italy, VI. 51; pro- 
bably not occurring in Japan, X. 
154; in Madagascar, VII. 16. 17, 

IX. 68; in Malaya, X. 158; in 
Mesopotamia, VII. 102, VIII. 
Ill, IX. 146; in Mexico, III. 
11, IX. 121; in Morocco, IV. 40, 
85 ; not occurring in New Zealand, 

VII. 180, IX. 75; in Palestine. 
II. 100, IX. 99; in Panama Canal 
Zone, IV. 97, VII. 127, VIII. 32, 
186, IX. 108; in Papua, III. 153; 
in Peru, III. 25, X. 130; in 
Philippines, VII. 103, 193; in 
Principe, IV. 49; in Samoa, II. 
51 ; in Sornaliland, II. 7 ; iii Sudan, 
V. 179, VII. Ill; in Syria, VI. 
217, IX. 99; in Tunis, VI. 106; 
in U.S.A., IV. 61, 136, VI. 210, 
^TII. 58, 78, 116, 187 ; in Vene- 
zuela, X. 62; in West Indies, I. 
99, 112, 125, II. 13, 24, III. 2, 69, 
83, 222, IV. 69, V. 53, 60, IX. 
150, X. 59; in Zanzibar, III. 49, 
V. 147, VI. 123 ; a possible carrier 
of Baghdad boil, VII. 102; and 
dengue, IV. 73, 148, 149, 196, V. 
68, 113, 153, VI. 13, 213, VII. 7, 
17, 61, IX. 127, 128; and 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



filariasis, I. 57-59, HI. 5, V. 147, 
VI. 123, VIII. 173, IX. 42; 

Filaria bancrojH not developing 
in, VIII. 116, X. 180 ; and leprosy, 
I. 36; and Leptospira icteroides, 

VIII. 79, IX. 21, 76; not trans- 
mitting oriental sore, IX. 82; 
seven-day fever possibly due to, 

I. 219; and three-day fever, VI. 
217 ; mechanical transmission of 
trypanosomes by, II. 58 ; trypano- 
somes unable to survive in, VI. 
34; and yellow fever, I. 52, 231, 

II. 28, 109, 133, 160, 189, III. 
12, 25, 26, 70, 83, IV. 12, 40, 59, 
66, 99, 110, 135, 148, 149, 150, 
159, 165, V. 49, 135, 153, VI. 48, 
202, VII. 103, 162, VIII. 79, 95, 

IX. 71, 108, 128, 201, 206, X. 4, 
31, 59, 130, 158; anatomv of, 
VIII. 50, X. 100, 231 ; bionomics 
of, II. 7, 160, HI. 12, IV. 27, 161- 
163, V. 57, VIII. 38; breeding- 
places of, II. 82, 158, 160, III. 
10, 40, 49, IV. 45, 97, 136, 148, V. 
53, VIIJ 11, 12, IX. 42, 118, X. 
33, 59, 100, 223 ; experiments with 
eggs of. III. 187, IV. 116, V. 
74, 155, VI. 108; feeding habits 
of, IX. 201, X. 233 ; effect of heat 
and cold on, VIII. 156, 202, X. 
75 ; suitable for breeding in 
laboratory, IX. 115 ; natural 
enemies of, II. 7, HI. 188, IV. 
163, VI. 16, VIII. 163, 189, X. 
4 ; effect of saline waters on, 
II. 84, X. 61; on ships, IV. 37, 
45, 148, V. 136 ; measures against, 
I. 231, IV. 81, VIII. 32, IX. 6, 38, 
71, 108, 121, 204 ; repellents for, 
VI. 69, VII. 72-74, VIII. 171; 
effect of chlorine on, V. 47 ; 
experiments with kerosene 
against larvae of, V. 55-57 ; 
pyrethrum not repellent to, IV. 
61 ; earlier name for, IX. 51. 

Aedes argenteus atritarsis, Edw., in 

Gold Coast, VIII. 50. 
Aedes argenteus luciensis, Theo., in 

French Guiana, VI. 160. 
Aedes {* F inlaya) aygyrithorax , B.-W. 

& B., described as new from 

Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60; allied 

to A. terrens, X. 55. 
Aides {Ochlerotatus, *Pseudosknsea) 

ashivorthi, Edw., described as 

new from W. Australia, IX. 133. 
Aedes (*Stegomyia) ater, Tayl., 

described as new, II. 135 ; referred 

to Rachionotomyia , q.v. 
Aedes {* Finlaya) auridorsum, Edw., 



described as new from Australia,. 
X. 153. 

Aedes {Culex, * Ochlerotatus) aurifer, 
Coq., in U.S.A., I. 22, IV. 170 ; • 
breeding-places of, IV. 170. 
Aedes (*Skusea) aurimargo, Edw., 
described as new from Australia, 
X. 153. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) auroides, Felt, 

in U.S.A., V. 161. 
Aedes {* Finlaya) auronitens, Edw., 
described as new from India, X. 
197. 
Aedes {*Finlaya, Leucomyia) austra- 
liensis, Theo. var. papuensis, 
Tayl., in Papua, III. 153. 
Aedes {Culex, *Ochlerotatus) aus- 
tralis, Erich., in New South WaleE, 
III. 37, 207, IV. 182. 
Aedes (*Aedimorphus) atistralis, 

Tayl. (see A. tremula). 
Aides australis darwini, Tayl. (see 

A. tremula). 
Aedes (*Skusea) bancrofti, Tayl., 
described as new from Queens- 
land, III. 37. 
Aedes {* Finlaya) banksi, Edw., 
described as new from Philip- 
pines, X. 197. 
Aedes {* Pseudoskusea) hasalis, Tayl. 

(see A. funereus). 
Aedes {^Ochlerotatus) berlandi, 
Seguy, described as new from 
France, IX. 193 ; a variety of 
A. pulchritarsis {q.v.), X. 154. 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
bevisi, Edw., described as new, 
III. 115; in Natal, III. 115, IV. 
120. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) bimaculatus, 
Coq., larva of, in N. Carolina, 
VII. 106, IX. 51. 
Aedes {Culex, *Finlaya) biocellatus, 
Tayl., described as new. III. 30;. 
in Austraha, III. 30, 37, 207. 
Aedes {Grabhamia) broquettii, Theo. 

(see A. dor salts). 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) buscki, Coq., 
breeding-places of, in Grenada, 
V. 54. 
Aedes butleri, Theo., in Philippines, 

VII. 193. 
Aedes {Grabhamia, * Ochlerotatus) 
caballus, Theo., described as new, 
I. 140; in Transvaal, I. 140, IX. 
128. 
Aedes {* Pseudoskusea) cairnsensis, 

Tayl., in Queensland, VII. 139. 
A edes { * A edimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
caliginosus, Grah., in W. Africa^ 
IV. 66, 150, IX. 42. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



33 



Aides {*Ochlerotattis) callithotvys, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Canada, VIII. 101. 

Aedes calopus, Mg. (see A . avgenteus). 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) campestris, D. 
& K., in U.S.A., VI. 8, 165, 
IX. 9 ; breeding in salt marshes, 

IX. 9. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) camposanus, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Ecuador, VII. 22. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatiis) caniptorhyn- 
chus, Thorns, {annulipes, Tayl., 
Culicada inornata, Strick,), de- 
scribed as A. victoriensis , sp. n,, 
from Queensland, III. 30; in 
Australia, IV. 11, 182, VI. 74. 

Aedes [Culex, *Ochlerotatus) canaden- 
sis, Theo., in Canada, III. 155, 

VI. 178, VII. 106; in U.S.A.. I. 
22, 119, III. 52, 128, 213, IV. 
61, 136, 170, ^ . 161, VI. 8, 66, 

X. 93, 108, 203; breeding-places 
of, IV. 61, 136, 170, V. 161, VI. 
8, 66, 178, VII. 106. X. 93, 108; 
seasonal history of, X. 203 ; 
attracted to light, I. 22 ; measures 
against, VI. 66, 178. 

Aedes {*Skusea) cancriconies, Edw., 
described as new from Andamans, 
X. 197. 

Aedes {Culex, Culicada) cantans, Mg. 
(see A. maculatus). 

Aedes {Culex, *Ochlerotatus) can- 
tatov, Coq., in U.S.A., I. 39, 119, 
II. 158, III. 52, 212, IV. 6, 123, 

V. 102, 103, VI. 156, VII. 21, 

VIII. 30, IX. 26, 186, X. Ill, 
190, 228 ; and poliomyelitis, 1. 18 ; 
breeding-places of, I. 39, III. 212, 
IV. 6, 123, V. 102, VII. 21 ; effect 
of salt water on, IV. 123, V. 103 ; 
migrations of, IX. 26 ; tropisms of, 

I. 22, X. 190 ; measures against, 

II. 158, III. 212, VI. 156, VII. 21. 
Aedes {*Skusea, Stegoniyia) cartroni, 

Ventr., in Madagascar, IX. 68. 
Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) caspius. Pall. 
{dorsalis, Theo. nee Mg., longi- 
squamosus, Theo., punctatus, Mg.), 
in N. Africa, VI. 141 ; in Britain, 
X. 16 ; in Canary Islands, X. 31 ; 
in Caucasus, X. 10; in Denmark, 

IX. 83 ; in Egypt and Palestine, 

III. 10, VIII. 35, IX. 99, X. 209; 
in Finland, X. 166; in France, 

VII. 99, VIII. 76, IX. 38, 49; 
in Italy, VII. 156; in Macedonia, 

VI. 162, 201, IX. 92; in Mesopo- 
tamia, VIII. Ill; in Sweden, 

X. 87; breeding-places of, VII. 
99, VIII. 35, IX. 92, 99 ; effect of 



drought on, X. 16; value of fish 
against, X. 209; larva of, X. 
128; synonymy of, VIII. 35, 49, 

IX. 83.t 

Aedes caspius var. hargveavesi, Edw., 
described as new from Italy, VIII. 
50. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatits) cataphvUa, 
Dyar {prodotes, Dyar), described 
as new, V. 5 ; in Canada, VII. 105 ; 
in Finland, X. 166 ; in Sweden, 

X. 87; in U.S.A., V. 5, VI. 8, 49, 
X. 130; breeding-places of, VII. 
105, X. 130; A. rostochiensis 
distinct from, X. 154. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Culicelsa, 

Ochlerotatus) centropunctatus , 

Theo., described as new from 

Sudan, II. 45. 
Aedes ceylonicus, Edw., described 

as new from Ceylon, V. 53. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) chelli, Edw., 

described as new from E. Africa, 

III. 115. 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) chenmlpoensis. 

Yam., described as new, X. 147; 

in Korea, X. 147, 154. 
Aedes {* Stegoniyia) christianus,. 

Dyar, described as new from 

China, IX. 207. 
Aedes {*Finlaya) christophersi , Edw., 

described as new from India, X. 

197. 
Aedes {*Ochle>'otatus) cineveoborealis. 

Felt & Young, in Canada, III. 

155, VII. 106. 
Aedes cinereus, Mg. ijuscus, O.S.), 

in Britain, X. 105; in Canada, 

VII. 106, IX. 86; in Denmark, 

VII. 171, IX. 82; in Finland, X. 

166 ; in France. VII. 99, VIII. 82 ; 

in Germany, II. 78, VI. 212, VII. 

69, VIII. 27, 28, V. 161, 214, IX. 

29, 30, 35, X. 128; in Sweden, X. 

87; in U.S.A., V. 161, VI. 7, 8, 

48, 65, 146, 223; bionomics of, 

VI. 48, 212, VIII. 27, 28, X. 105 ; 
Gregarines in larvae of, X. 128. 

Aedes {Culicada, ^Ochlerotatus) cle- 
landi, Tayl., in New South Wales, 
III. 270. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) cogilli, Edw., 
described as new from India, X. 
153. 

Aedes {Culex, * Ochlerotatus) com- 
munis, DeG. {nemorosus, Mg.), 
in Britain, VII. 190; in Denmark, 

VII. 171, IX. 82; in Egypt, VIII. 
35 ; in Finland, X. 166 ; in France, 
VII. 41, 99; in Germany, I. 40, 
II. 78, VI. 212, VII. 69, VIII. 27» 



(K 2009) 



t Some of the early references may refer to A. dorsa/is, Mg. 



34 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



28, 171, 214, IX. 35; in Mace- 
donia, IX. 20, 92; in Sweden, X. 

87; in Switzerland, III. 225, VI. 

172, X. 7; in U.S.A., V. 161; 

breeding-places of, III. 225, VI. 

212, VII. 171; bionomics of, I. 

40, VIII. 28, IX. 82; species 

allied to, IX. 100 ; synonymy of, 

X. 19, 95, 131. 
Aedes coynmtinis lazarensis, Felt & 

Young, X. 131 ; breeding-places 

of, in Canada, VII. 105. 
Aedes communis tahoensis, Dyar, X. 

131 ; described as new, V. 5 ; in 

California, V. 5, VI. 48 ; breeding- 
places of, VI. 48. 
Aedes concinnus, Steph. (see A. 

sticticus) . 
Aedes {Culex, *Ochlerotatiis) con- 

finnatus, Lynch (see A. scapu- 

laris) . 
Aedes consobrinus, auct. nee R.-D. 

(.see Theobaldia inornata). 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) creiimis, Edw., 

described as new from Crete, X. 

18. 
Aedes {Culex, *Ochlerotaius) crinifer, 

Theo., in Brazil, VIII. 26. 
Aedes [*Aedimorp}nis, Ecculex) culi- 

cinus, Edw., described as new 

fiom India, X. 197. 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Culex, Och- 

lerotatus) cummins i, Theo., in 

Belgian Congo, I. 220; in Nigeria, 

IV. 66, 112; in Transvaal, I. 140. 
Aedes {Culicada, Ochlerotatus) cump- 

stoni, Tayl. (see A. queenslandis) . 
■Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) ciirriei, Coq. 

(see A. dorsalis). 
Aedes curtipes, Edw., described as 

new from Borneo, III. 115. 
Aedes {*Ochlerotaius) cyclocer cuius, 

Dyar, described as new from 
. Canada, VIII. 101. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) cyprius, Ludl., 

described as new from Siberia, 

VIII. 59; a synonym of A. 

lutescens (q.v.), X. 18. 
Aedes {*Pseudoskitsea, Stegomyia) 

daliensis, Tayl., described as new 

from Australia, V. 230. 
Aedes decticus, H., D. & K. (see 

A. impiger). 
Aedes degustator, Dyar, breeding- 
places of, in Illinois, X. 93. 
Aedes (Culicada) demansis, Strick. 

(see A. queenslandis). 
Aedes {* Stegomyia) dendrophilus, 

Edw., described as new, IX. 133 ; 

in Gold Coast, IX. 133, X. 167; 

breeding-places of, X. 167. 



Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
dentatus, Theo., in Natal, IV. 120. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) detritus, Hal. 
{salinus. Fie), VIII. 49; in 
Britain, X. 120, 185 ; in Canary 
Islands, X. 31 ; in Denmark, IX. 
82; in Germany, VIII. 14; 
breeding-places of, in Palestine, 

IX. 99 ; likely to occur in Sweden, 

X. 88 ; fish used against, X. 185. 
Aedes {Ochlerotatus) diantaeus, H., 

D. & K., breeding-places of, in 
Canada, VII. 105; in Denmark, 

IX. 82 ; in Finland, X. 166 ; likely 
to occur in Sweden, X. 88; 
synonymy of, IX. 83. 

Aedes {Culex, Culicada, *Ochlero- 
tatus) diversus, Theo. (see A. 
rusticus) . 

Aedes dolosa, Lynch (see Culex). 

A edes {Ochlerotatus) domesticus, 
Theo., in Gold Coast, V. 3; in 
Nigeria, IV. 66. 

Aedes {Culex, Grabhamia, *Ochlero- 
tatus) dorsalis, Mg. {curriei, Coq., 
grahami, Ludl., lativittatus , Coq., 
onondagensis. Felt, quavlei, D. & 
K.), in Balkans, VIII. 87, IX. 20; 
in Britain, VII. 190 ; in Canada, 
VI. 178, VII. 106, VIII. 101; in 
Denmark, VII. 171, IX. 83; in 
Finland, X. 166 ; in France, IX. 
38; in Germany, II. 78, 100, VI , 
212, VII. 69,' VIII. 27, 214 
described as A. grahami, sp. n. 
from Siberia, VIII. 59 ; in Sweden 

X. 87; in U.S.A., V. 161, VI. 7 
8, 9, 65, 70, 146, 223, VIII. 104 
breeding-places of, II. 100, V 
161, VI. 7, 8, 212, VII. 190 
bionomics of, VI. 65; characters 
of larva of, X. 128 ; synonymy of, 

VIII. 49, IX. 83, X. 18.t 
Aedes dorsalis, auct. nee Mg. (see 

A. caspitis). 
Aedes {Ochlerotatus) dorsovittatus, 

Vill. (see A. sticticus). 
Aedes dupreei, Coq., in New Jersey, 

1. 119 ; in Costa Rica, X. 31. 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 

durbanensis, Theo., distribution 

of, in Africa, IV. 120. 
Aedes dyari, Coq. (see Theobaldia). 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) dysanor, Dyar, 

described as new from U.S.A., 

IX. 88. 

Aedes {*F inlay a, Ochlerotatus) 
eatoni, Edw., described as new 
from Madeira, IV. 64. 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) 
echinus, Edw., described as new 



t Some of the earlier references may refer to A. caspius. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



35 



from Macedonia, VIII. 48; gills 

of larva of, X. 100. 
Aedes epinolus, D. & K., described 

as new, II. 97; in Ecuador and 

Peru, II. 97, VI. 86. 
Aedes {*A.) esoensis, Yam., de- 
scribed as new, X. 147 ; in Japan, 

X. 147, 154. 
Aedes {*Ochlerotatns) eucephalaeus, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Surinam, VII. 22. 
Aedes {*Finlaya) eucleptes, Dyar, 

described as new from China, IX. 

207. 
Aedes (*Ochlerotatus) excrncians, 

Wlk. {abfitchi, Felt), in Canada, 

VII. 105; in Denmark, IX. 82; 
in Finland, X. 165 ; in Germany, 

VIII. 214; in Sweden, X. 87; in 
U.S.A., I. 119, IV. 170, V. 161, 
X. 203 ; breeding-places of, IV. 
170, VII. 105; svnonvmv of, IX. 
83, X. 131. 

Aedes (Stegomyia) fasciatus, F. (see 

A. argenteus). 
Aides (Ochlerotatus) fergusoni, Tayl. 

(see Culex). 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) fisheri, Dyar, 

described as new from California, 

VI. 49. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) fitchi, Felt & 

Young, in Canada, VII. 106; 

bionomics of, in New York, X. 

203. 
Aedes {Culex, Culicada, *Ochlero- 

tatus) flavifrons, Skuse, in New 

South Wales, II. 149, III. 37. 
Aedes [Grabhaniia) flavifro7is, Theo. 

(see A. theobaldi). 
Aedes [* Stegomyia) flavopictus. 

Yam., described as new, X. 147; 

in Japan and Korea, X. 147, 154. 
Aedes i* Ochlerotatus) fletcheri, Coq. 

(see A. lutescens). 
Aedes {*Finlaya) fluviatilis, Lutz, 

in U.S.A., VI. 86. 
Aedes i*Finlaya) formosaensis , 

Yam., described as new from 

Formosa, X. 147. 
Aedes (*Ochlerotatus) freyi, Edw., 

described as new, X. 18 ; in 

Finland, X. 18, 166 ; in Germany, 

X. 18; likely to occur in Sweden, 

X. 88; A. lesnei possibly a 

synonym of, X. 131. 
Aides [*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) ful- 

gens, Edw., described as new, V. 

53; in Zanzibar, V. 53, VI. 123. 
Aides {*Finlaya) fulvithorax, 'Lutz 

{Taeniorhynchus palliatus, Coq.), 

in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Aides {Chrysoconops, * Ochlerotatus) 

(K 2009) 



fulvus, Wied., male of, in Panama, 

IX. 51 ; in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Aides (*Sknsea) funereus, Theo. 

{basalis, Tayl.), in Amboina, IX. 
123 ; in N. Australia, IV. 11, 182, 

V. 68, VI. 73, 227, X. 233 ; 
breeding-places of, V. 68 ; bio- 
nomics of, X. 233 ; probably not 
a carrier of Onchocerca gihsoni, 

VI. 27. 

Aides funereus var. ornatus, Theo., 

in Ceram, IX. 133; in Papua, II. 

135, III. 153; described as 

Lepidotomyia lineata, sp. n., II. 

135 ; synonymy of, IX. 133. 
Aides {*Aedimorphiis, Ochlerotatus) 

furcifer, Edw., in Gold Coast, V. 

45. 
Aides fuscus, O.S. (see A. cinereus). 
Aides gallii, Mart, (see A. pullatus 

jugorum) . 
Aides {* Stegomyia) galloisi, Yam., 

described as new, X. 147 ; in 

Japan, X. 147, 154. 
Aides [Culex, Culicada, *Finlaya, 

Ochlerotatus) geniculatus, Ol. {albo- 

punctatus, Rond., lateralis, Mg., 

ornatus, Mg.), in N. Africa, I. 200 ; 

in Britain, V. 52, VIII. 13, 157, 

X. 16, 105; in Corsica, IX. 38; 
in Denmark, VII. 171, IX. 82; 
in France, II. 180, VII. 99, VIII. 
76, 82, IX. 38; in Germany, I. 
40, II. 78, IV. 16, VI. 212, VII. 
69, VIII. 27, 28, 214, TX. 29, 68; 
in Macedonia, IX. 20, 92; in 
Sweden, X. 87; in Switzerland, 

V. 42, VI. 172, X. 7; breeding- 
places of, I. 40, IV. 16, V. 42. 52, 

VI. 172, 212, VII. 171, VIII. 28, 
157, IX. 38, 68 ; effect of drought 
on, X. 16; hibernation of, VIII. 
27; egg of, I. 41; larva of, IV. 
156, X. 100 ; synonymy of, X. 
154; A. echinus compared with, 
VIII. 48. 

Aides gonimus, D. & K., described 
as new, VI. 86 ; in U.S.A., VI. 86, 
X. 51 ; breeding-places of, X. 51. 

Aides grahami, Ludl., described as 
new from Siberia, VIII. 59 ; a 
synonym of A. dorsalis, q.v. 

Aides {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus, Stego- 
myia) gubernatoris , Giles, in India, 
V. 39, VI. 64, X. 67; breeding 
places of, X. 67. 

Aides (*Finlaya) hatorii. Yam. 
described as new from Formosa, 
X. 147. 

Aides {*Finlaya) heteropus, Dyar, 
described as new from Costa Rica, 
X. 55. 



36 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) hexodontus, 

Dyar, described as new, V. 5 ; 

in California, V. 5, VI. 48, VIII. 

101; breeding-places of, VI. 48. 
Aedes (*Ochlerotatus) hirsuteron, 

Theo. {pretans, Grossb.), bionomics 

of, in Canada, VII. 106 ; in U.S.A., 

I. 119, VI. 65; described as A. 

vinnipegensis, sp. n., VII. 106 ; 

possibly a svnonym of A . sticHcus, 

X. 131. 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 

hirsutus, Theo., in S. Africa, 

VIII. 9; in Gold Coast, V. 45, 

VIII. 12; breeding-places of, 

VIII. 9, 12. 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) horishensis. 

Yam., described as new from 

Formosa, X. 147. 
Aedes hortator, D. & K., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Aedes {Chaeiocruiomyia) humeralis, 

Edw., described as new from 

Australia, X. 153. 
Aedes {Culicada) hybridiis, Tayl. 

(see A. queenslandis). 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) idahoensis, 

Theo., in U.S.A., VI. 8, 65, 89, 

146. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) impiger, Wlk. 

(decticus, H., D. & K.), in Canada, 

VII. 105; in U.S.A., IV. 170, V. 
161, X. 130 ; breeding-places of, 
IV. 170, VII. 105, X. 130 ; species 
allied to, X. 95, 96 ; svnonymy of, 

VIII. 101. 

Aedes inconspicuosiis, Theo. (see 
Culex) . 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) increpitus, 
Dyar, described as new, V. 5 ; in 
U.S.A.. V. 5, VI. 7, 48; breeding- 
places of, VI. 48. 

Aedes indicus, Theo. {mediolineatus, 
Ludl.), confused with A. dorsalis 
{curriei), VI. 9. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) innuitus, D. & 
K., described as new from Green- 
land, VI. 86; a synonym of A. 
alpinus, q.v. 

Aedes (Culicada) inornatus, Stride, 
(see A. camptorhynchus). 

Aedes {*Finlaya) inquinatus, Edw., 
described as new from India, X. 
197. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) intrudens, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Canada, VII. 105; likely to occur 
in Sweden, X. 88; a distinct 
species, X. 131. 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) ioliota, D. & 
K., described as new, I. 164; in 
Trinidad, I. 164, V. 60. 



Aedes [Heteronycha, *Ochlerotatus) 

iridipennis, Dyar, described as 

new from Arizona, X. 131, 184; 

possibty referable to Taeniorhyn- 
^ chits, X. 184. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
t irritans, Theo., in W. Africa, IV, 

28, 66, 81, 112, V. 3, 40, 47, VI. 
1 38, 225, VIII. 217, IX. 42, X. 
I 167, 226, 234; in Zanzibar, III. 
; 49 ; breeding-places of, IV. 28, 
j 112, V. 47, VI. 225, IX. 42; 

spirochaetes in, V. 40. 
i Aedes {Ochlerotatus) jamaicensis (see 
j Psorophora) . 

' Aedes (*Finlaya) japonicus, Theo., 

! and potential establishment of 

' yellow fever in Far East, X. 103» 

A edes {Culex * Ochlerotatus) jugormn, 

ViU., described as new from 

France, VII. 99; a variety of /i. 

pullatus, q.v. 
Aedes {*Finlaya) khazani, Edw., 

described as new from India, X. 

197. 
Aedes {* Finlaya) kochi, Don., breed- 
ing-places of, in Samoa, II. 82. 
Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) 

koreicus, Edw., described as new 

from Korea, V. 53. 
Aedes laheculosus, Coq. (see A. 

camptorhynchus) . 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) lamberti, Ventr. 

(see A . albopictus) . 
Aedes (Ochlerotatus) lativittatus, Coq. 

(see A. dorsalis, Mg.). 
Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) laurei^ 

Carter, described as new from 

Lord Howe Island, IX. 56. 
Aedes lazarensis. Felt & Young (see 

A. communis lazarensis). 
Aedes leicesieri, Edw., described as 

new from Malay States, V. 53. 
Aedes (^Ochlerotatus) lepidonotus, 

Edw., described as new from 

Macedonia, VIII. 48. 
Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) lesnei, Seguy, 

described as new, IX. 131 ; in 

France, IX. 38, 131 ; identity of, 

X. 131. 
Aedes (*Ochlerotatus) leuconotips, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Canada, VIII. 101. 
Aedes (*Pseudohowardina) linealis, 

Tayl., described as new from 

N. Australia, II. 12; a synon3mi 

of A. lineatopennis , q.v. 
Aedes (*Banksinella) lineatopennis, 

Ludl. (luteolateralis, Theo., 

Pseudohowardina linealis, TavL), 

in E. Africa, VIII. 164; in S. 

Africa, IX. 128 ; in W. Africa, I. 



.INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



37 



220, V. 39, VI. 225, X. 167, 226; 

in N. Australia, II. 12, IV. 60; in 
Principe, IV. 49 ; distribution of, 

IV. 120. 

Aedes {*SkHsea) longirostris, Leic. 

{Uranotaenia hilli, Tavl.), in 

Australia, VII. 139. 
Aedes {Grabhamia, *Ochleyotatiis) 

longisquamosiis, Theo. (see A. 

caspiits) . 
Aedes {*Stegoniyia) luciensis, Theo. 

(see A. argenteus luciensis). 
Aedes {*Sfego)nyia) luteocephalus , 

Newst., in Gold Coast, IV. 112, 

V. 3, X. 226 ; in Nigeria, IV. 66, 
V. 39, VI. 225, IX. 42; in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 163 ; breeding-places 
of, IV. 112, IX. 42. 

Aedes {*Banksinella) luteolateralis, 
Theo. (see A. lineatopennis). 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatits) littescens, F. 
[fletcheri, Coq.), in Canada, VI. 
178, VII. 106; in Denmark, IX. 
83; in Finland, X. 166; in Swe- 
den, X. 87 ; described as A . 
cyprius, sp. n., from Siberia, VIII. 
59; in U.S.A., VI. 8, 65; biono- 
mics of, VII. 106; synonymy of, 
IX. 83, X. 18. 

Aedes (Cnlex) lynchi, Breth., in 
Argentina, IX. 207 ; sjaionymv of, 

VII. 107, IX. 207 ; species allied 
to, X. 136. 

Aedes [*Finlaya) macdougalli , Edw., 
described as new from Ceylon, X. 
197. 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) niac- 
farlanei, Edw., in Hong Kong, 
III. 141. 

Aedes {Culex, Culicada, *Ochlero- 
tatus) inaculatus, Mg. {cantans, 
Mg.), in Britain, X. 16 ; in Canada, 
III. 155; in Denmark, VII. 171, 
IX. 82; in Finland, X. 165; in 
France. VII. 99, IX. 38; in 
Sweden, X. 87 ; in Switzerland, 
III. 228; in Germany, II. 78, VI. 
212, VII. 69, VIII. 27, 28, 214, 
IX. 29, 35; bionomics of, VII. 
171, VIII. 27, 28, IX. 29, 38, X. 
16; breeding-places of, VI. 212; 
A . annitlipes erroneously recorded 
as, VIII. 76. 

Aedes maculiventris, INIacq. (see A. 
dor sails) . 

Aedes {Kingia, *Stegoniyia) maculo- 
abdominalis, Theo., described as 
new from Sudan, II. 45. 

Aedes (Acartomyia, Culex, *Ochlero- 
taius) mariae, Serg., in Algeria, 

VIII. 56; in France, IX. 38; 



in Palestine, IX. 99 ; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 56, IX. 99; 

development of Plasmodium relic- 
turn in, VI. 229; key to species 
allied to, IX. 193; A. zammitti 
not a synonym of, X. 154. 

Aedes masamae, Dyar, described as 
new from California, IX. 50. 

Aedes mediolineatiis , Ludl. nee Theo. 
(see A. indicus). 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) mercurator, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Canada, VIII. 101. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatiis) metalepticus, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Italy, VIII. 102; a synonym of 
A . piillatus jugoruvn, q.v. 

Aedes {*Slegomyia) meiallicus, Edw., 
in W. Africa, ' IV. 112, V. 3, 
X. 226; in Tanganyika, X. 223; 
in Zanzibar, VI. 123; breeding- 
places of, IV. 112, X. 223. 

Aedes micropterus, Giles, A. reginae 
possibly a variety of, X. 197. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) mikiranus, Edw., 
described as new from India, 
X. 197. 

Aedes {Culicada, *Finlaya, Hulecoe- 
teomyia, Ochlerotatus) milsoni, 
Tayl., described as new, V. 67; 
in New South Wales, IV. 11, 
182, V. 67 ; breeding-places of, 
IV. 182. 

Aedes [* Ochlerotatus) mimesis, Dyar, 
breeding-places of, in Canada, 

VI. 178; in U.S.A., VI. 8, 146. 
Aedes [Ochlerotatus) minutus, 

Theo., in Belgian Congo, I. 220; 

in Gold Coast, V. 3, VI. 38, 

X. 167 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 44, 

45, 163; breeding-places of, VI. 

38.t 
Aedes minutus biannulatus, Theo., 

in Gold Coast, V. 3. 
Aedes minuttcs stenoscutus, Edw. 

(see A. abnormalis). 
Aedes m,inutus tarsalis, Newst. (see 

A. tarsalis). 
Aedes [Heteronycha, * Ochlerotatus) 

muelleri, Dvar, described as new 

from Mexico, VIII. 102. 
Aedes (Ochlerotatus, *Pseudoskusea) 

multiplex, Theo., in Australia, 

VII. 176. 

Aedes (* Ochlerotatus) nearcticus, 
Dyar, described as new. from 
Arctic Regions, VII. 196; a 
synonym of A. alpinus, q.v. 

Aedes (Ochlerotatus) nemorosus, Mg. 
(see A. communis). 

Aedes (Ochlerotatus) nemorosus, auct. 



t Most or all of these references refer to A. tarsalis, q.v. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



nec Mg. (see A. punctor meigena- 

nus). 
Aedes nemorosus dorsovittatus, Vill., 

described as new from France, 

VII. 99; a synonym of A. 

sticticus, q.v. 
Aedes nemorosus salimis, Fie. (see 

A. detritus). 
Aedes (*Ochlerotatus) niger, Giles, 

breeding-places of, in Grenada, 

V. 54. 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 

nigeriensis, Theo., breeding-places 

of, in Gold Coast, VIII. 12. 
Aedes nigrescens, Theo. (see Culex 

castrensis) . 
Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 

nigricephalus, Theo., in Gold 

Coast, V. 3; in Nigeria, IV. 66, 

V. 40, VI. 225, IX. 42; in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 45, 150; breeding- 
places of, IX. 42; Herpeto- 
monads in, V. 40. 

Aedes {^Ochlerotatus) nigrinus, 
Eckst., described as new from 
Germany, VII. 69 ; a synonym 
of A. sticticus, q.v. 

Aedes {Culex, * Ochlerotatus) nigripes, 
Zett. (see A. alpinus). 

Aedes nigripes var. sylvae. Theo. 
(see A. sticticus). 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) nigrithorax, 
Macq., described as Menolepis (?) 
tasmaniensis, sp. n., from Tas- 
mania, III. 37. 

Aedes nigromaculis, Ludl., in U.S.A., 

VI. 8, 65, 146, 223; breeding- 
places of, VI. 8. 

Aedes {"^Ochlerotatus) niphadopsis, 
D. & K., in Utah, IX. 9. 

Aedes {Culex, * Ochlerotatus) nor- 
manensis, Tayl., described as 
new from Queensland, IV. 11. 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus, Scu- 
tomyia) notoscripius, Skuse, in 
Australia, III. 37, 207, IV. 11, 
60, 182, 183, V. 68, 94, VI. 74, 
227, VII. 61, VIII. 174, IX. 118, 
X. 233; in New Zealand, IX. 
75 ; in Papua, III. 153 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 182, IX. 118, 
X. 233. 

Aedes {Ochlerotatus) mtbilus, Theo., 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Aedes obscurus, Mg. (see A. com- 
munis) . 

Aedes {Culex, *Finlaya, Ochlero- 
tatus) occidentalis, Skuse, in Aus- 
tralia, III. 207, IV. 11, 182. 

Aedes {*Aedimovphus, Ochlerotatus) 
ochraceus, Theo., in Gold Coast, 
V. 45, VI. 16; in Nigeria, VI. 66. 



Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ecculex) 
omurensis, Yam., described as 
new from Japan, X. 147 ; a 
synonym of A. alboscutellatus, q.v. 

Aedes onondagensis. Felt (see A. 
dorsalis, Mg.). 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) oreo- 
philus, Edw., described as new, 
IV. 64; in India, IV. 64, VIII. 
43. 

Aedes ornatus, Mg. (see A. genicu- 
latus). 

Aedes iStegomyia) ornatus, Tayl. 
(see Rachionotomyia) . 

Aedes {Finlaya) oswaldi, Lutz, in 
Trinidad, V. 60 ; in Venezuela, 
X. 183. 

Aides oswaldi braziliensis, G. & E., 
described as new from Brazil, 
X. 234. 

Aedes pagetonotum, D. & K., in 
Quebec, III. 155. 

Aedes {Finlaya) pallirostris, Edw., 
described as new from India, X. 
197. 

Aedes palnieni, Edw. (see A. com- 
munis) . 

Aedes {*Banksinella, Neomelano- 
conion) palpalis, Newst., con- 
sidered distinct from A . lineato- 
pennis {luteolateralis), II. 45. 

Aedes palustris, Dyar, described as 
new, V. 5 ; in California, V. 5, 

VI. 48, X. 130; breeding-places 
of, VI. 48, X. 130. 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) parvulus, 

Edw., described as new, X. 18; 

in Finland, X. 18, 166; likely 

to occur in Sweden, X. 88 ; 

considered a synonym of A . 

alpinus {nearcticus) , X. 131. 
Aedes {*Finlaya) pecuniosus, Edw., 

described as new from Australia, 

X. 153. 
Aides {Hoivardina, Ochlerotatus, 

*Skiisea) pembaensis, Theo., in 

E. Africa, VIII. 164, X. 94; in 

Zanzibar, VI. 123. 
Aides {Culiselsa, * Ochlerotatus) 

perichares, Dvar, described as new 

from Costa Rica, IX. 72. 
Aides {*Stegomyia) persistans. 

Banks (see A. argenteus). 
Aides {* Ochlerotatus) pionips, Dyar, 

breeding-places of, in Canada, 

VII. 105; considered distinct 
from A. communis, X. 131. 

Aides {*Aidimorphus, Ecculex, 
Stegomyia) pipersalatus, Giles 
( Pseudograbhamia maculata, 

Theo.), in India, V. 39; in Java, 
VI. 213. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Aides [*Finlaya) podographicus, 
Dyar, in Costa Rica, X. 31 ; in 
Mexico, X. 55. 

Aedes {* Finlava) poicilia, Thee, in 
Australia, IV. 11, 60. VI. 227, 
VII. 175; in Fiji, IV. 41, X. 71; 
in Papua, III. 37, 154; in 
Sumatra, IV. 23. 

Aedes poliochros, Dyar, in Canada, 

VII. 106. 

Aedes {*Stegomyia) poweri, Theo., 

in Belgian Congo, III. 121. 
Aedes pretans, Grossb. (see A. 

hirsuteron) . 
Aedes prodotes, Dyar, described as 

new from Montana, VI. 8; a 

synonym of A. cataphylla, q.v. 
Aedes prodotes, Lund, (see A. 

rostochiensis) . 
Aedes prolixus, Dyar, described as 

new from Alaska, X. 95. 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) pseudosciitellaris, 

Theo. (see A. variegatus). 
Aedes {*Finlaya, Hulecoeteomyia, 

Ochlerotatus) pseudotaeniahis, 

Giles, in India, II. 193, IV. 74, 

X. 197 ; in Philippines, VII. 193 ; 

anatomy of, IV. 74. 
Aedes pulchritarsis, Rond., A. ber- 

landi a variety of, X. 154. 
Aedes {* Finlaya) pulchriv enter, Giles, 

anatomy of, X. 231. 
Aedes (*Ochlerotatus) pidlatus, Coq., 

in Canada, III. 155. VII. 106, 

VIII. 101, 102; likely to occur 
in Sweden, X. 88; in U.S.A., VI. 
8, 65, 146; breeding-places of, 
VII. 106 ; synonymy of, X. 131. 

Aedes pidlatus jugorum, VUL, 
described as new from France, 
VII. 99; in Italy, VIII. 102; in 
Switzerland, X. 7, 118 ; anatomy 
of, IX. 100, X. 100; described 
as A. metalepticus , sp.n., VIII. 
102; synonymy of, X. 19, 100, 
131 ; A . genictdatus recorded from 
Corsica as, IX. 38. 

Aedes pulverulentiis, Edw., described 
as new from India, X. 197. 

Aides punctatus, Mg. (see A. 
caspius) . 

Aides {*Skusea) punctipes, Edw., 
described as new from Burma, 

IX. 133. 

Aides {*Banksinella) punctocostalis, 

Theo., in Nigeria, IV. 66. 
Aides [*Ochlerotatus) punctodes, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Alaska, X. 95. 
Aides [Stegomyia) punctolateralis, 

Theo. (see Rachionotomyia 

atripes) . 



Aides (*Ochlerotatits) punctor, Kir- 
by, in California, VIII. 101; in 
Canada, VII. 105; in Denmark, 

IX. 82; in Finland, X. 166; in 
France, IX. 38 ; in Sweden, X. 
87 ; breeding-places of, VII. 105 ; 
larva of, X. 128 ; anatomy of 
species allied to, IX. 18. 

Aides punctor \'a.T. meigenanus, Dyar 
{nemorosus, auct. nee Mg.), in 
England, IX. 5, X. 16, 105 ; effect 
of drought on, X. 16, 105 ; con- 
sidered a distinct species, X. 131. 

Aides {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
punctothoracis, Theo., in Gold 
Coast, IV. 81, V. 3, X. 167; in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, IX. 42; breeding 
places of, IX. 42. 

Aides qitadrivittatus, Coq., in Costa 
Rica, X. 31. 

Aides quartus. Mart, (see A. annu- 
lipes) . 

Aides quasiornatus, Tayl. (see 
Rachionotomyia). 

Aides I* Ochlerotatus) quasirubri- 
thorax, Theo., breeding-places of, 
in Australia, IX. 118, X. 233. 

Aides {^Ochlerotatus) quasiunivitta- 
tus, Theo., in Natal, IV. 120. 

Aides quaylei, D. & K. (see A. 
dorsalis, Mg.). 

Aides [Finlaya) qiieenslandis, 
Strick. {Culicada cumpstoni, Tayl., 
demansis, Strick., hybridus,Ta.y\.), 
in Australia, IV. 11, 182, V.67, 
VI. 74 ; h)reeding-places of, IV. 
182 ; described as A . hybridus, 
sp.n., V. 67. 

Aides {* Finlaya) quinquelineatiis, 
Edw., described as new from 
Australia, X. 153. 

Aides [*Aedimorphus) quinquepunc- 
tatus, Theo., described as new 
from Sudan, II. 45. 

Aides [Skusea) reginae, Edw., 
described as new from Cevlon, 

X. 197. 

Aides (*Aidimorphus, Ecculex) rhec- 
ter, Dyar, described as new from 
E. Africa, IX. 87. 

Aides {* Ochlerotatus) riparius, D. & 
K., in Canada, VII. 106; in 
Montana, VI. 8. 

Aides {*Ochlerotatus) rostochiensis. 
Mart, [prodotes, Lund, nee Dyar), 
described as new, VIII. 171; in 
Denmark, IX. 83; in Germany, 
VIII. 171, 214; breeding-places 
of, VIII. 214; synonymv of, IX. 
83, X. 154. 

Aides {*Ochlerotatus) rubrithorax. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Macq., in New South Wales, 
III. 207, IV. 182. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) rusticus, Rossi 
(diversTts, Theo. {Culex) qiiadri- 
maculahis, Macq.), in Britain, 
X. 86; in Denmark, IX. 82; 
in France. VII. 99, VIII. 76; 
in Germany, II. 78, VI. 212, 

VII. 69, V'lll. 27, 214, IX. 29, 
X. 36; in Macedonia, VIII. 48; 
likely to occur in Sweden, X. 
88; breeding-places of, VI. 
212. VIII. 214; larva of, IX. 
186; synonymy of, VIII. 49. 

Aides {Culex, *Ochlevotatus) sagax, 
Skuse, in Australia, IV. 182, VI. 
74 ; breeding-places of, IV. 182. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) salinellus, 
Edw., habits of, in Germany, 

VIII. 214, IX. 35 ; likely to occur 
in Sweden, X. 88; recorded as 
A. terriei, VIII. 214, IX. 35, 83. 

Aedes {*Ochlerofatus) saliniis, Fie. 
(see A. detritus). 

Aedes {*Ochlerofaiits) sansoni, D. & 
K., in Canada, VI. 178; in 
U.S.A., VI. 8, 146; breeding- 
Iilaces of, VI. 8, 178. 

Aedes sayi, D. & K. (see Psorophora). 

Aedes {Culex, Leiicomyia, *Ochlero- 
tatns) scapitlaris, Rond. {con- 
fti'D/aius, Lynch), in Argentina, 

IX. 5, 207'; in Brazil, 'vi. 91, 

VIII. 25, X. 159, 216; in British 
Guiana, X. 217; in Mexico, 

IX. 5 ; in Trinidad, II. 27, V. 60 ; 
in Venezuela, X. 62 ; notice of 
key to species allied to, X. 160. 

Aedes scutellaris, Wlk. (see A. 
variegatus). 

Aedes {Stegomyia) scutellaris, Theo. 
(see A. albopictus). 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) semicantans, 
Mart., described as new from 
Germany, VIII. 171, 214; in 
Sweden, X. 87; breeding-places 
of, VIII. 171; A. lesnei possibly 
a synonym of, X. 131. 

Aedes {*Fiulaya) seoulensis, Vam., 
described as new from Korea, 

X. 147, 154. 

Aedes {Culex, *Ochlerotatus, Proto- 
culex) serratus, Theo., in Brazil, 
VIII. 26; in Costa Rica, X. 31; 
in Trinidad, II. 25, V. 60; in 
Venezuela, X. 62. 

Aedes {*Stegomvia) sexliiieatus, 
Theo.. in Trinidad, II. 25, V. 60; 
in Venezuela, III. 69; possibly 
transmitting yellow fever. III. 
69. 



Aedes {*Pseudoskusea) similis, 
Theo., in Queensland. VI. 227. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) sinilensis, Edw., 
described as new from India, X. 
197. 

Aedes {* Stegomyia) simpsoni, Theo., 
in E. Africa, VIII. 164; in S. 
Africa, IX. 128; in Belgian 
Congo, I. 220, III. 121; in Gold 
Coast, VI. 16, 38, X. 226; in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, 112; in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 45, 161, 163; in 
Zanzibar, VI. 123 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 161, VI. 38. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus) 
simulans, Cart., breeding-places 
of, in Sierra Leone, IV. 44. 

Aedes {Culex, *Ochlerotatus) sollici- 
tans, Wlk., in Bermuda, I. 99; 
in U.S.A., I. 18, 22, 39, 118, 226, 
II. 158, III. 32, 52, 128, 175, 212, 
IV. 6, 95, 123. V. 102, 103, 141, 
VI. 156, VII. 21, VIII. 30, IX. 

26, 85, 88, 186, X. 93, 108, 111, 
190, 228 ; not transmitting polio- 
myelitis, I. 18; breeding-places 
of; I. 39, 226, III. 175, 212, IV. 
6, 95, 123, VII. 21, IX. 85, 88, 
X. 108 ; effect of saline water 
on, V. 103 ; migrations of, IX. 
26; tropisms of, I. 22, X. 190; 
measures against, V. 102, 103, 
141, VI. 156. 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus) spenceri, Theo., 
in Canada, VI. 178, VII. 106; 
in U.S.A., VI. 8, 65, 89 ; breeding- 
places of, VI. 8; anatomy of 
species allied to, IX. 88. 

Aedes {*Chaetocruiomyia) spinosipes, 
Edw. {spinosus in error), n.n. for 
A. sylvestris, Theo., X. 153; in 
Queensland, III. 37. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) sqtiamiger, 
Coq., in CaHfornia, IV. 159, VIII. 
104 ; breeding-places of, IV. 159. 

Aedes {Culex, Culicada, *Ochlero- 
tatus) sticticus, Mg. {concinnus, 
Steph., dorsovittatus, Vill., ni- 
grinus, Eckst.. sylvae, Theo.), 
rare in Denmark, IX. 82; in 
France, IX. 38; described as A. 
iiemorosus var. dorsovittatus, n., 
in France, VII. 99; in Germany, 
II. 78, VI. 212, VII. 69, VIII. 

27, 28, 214, IX. 35 ; in Pyrenees, 
VIII. 76; likely to occur in 
Sweden, X. 88 ; breeding-places 
of, VI. 212, VIII. 28; allied to 
A . communis, IX. 100 ; described 
as A. vigrinus, sp. n., VII. 69; 
synonymy of, X. 18, 131. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatiis) stigmaticus. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



41 



Edw., described as new from 

Paraguay, X. 153. 
Aedes {Heteronyclia, *Ochlerotatus) 

sthnulans, Wlk., in Canada, VIII. 

101; in U.S.A., VI. 146, X. 203; 

bionomics of, X. 203 ; species 

allied to, IX. 9. 
Aedes stimulans albertae, Dyar, 

described as new from U.S.A., 

IX. 9. 
Aedes stimulans classicus, Dyar, 

described as new from U.S.A., 

IX. 9. 
Aedes stimulans mississippii, Dyar, 

described as new from U.S.A., 

IX. 9. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) subcantans, 
Felt, in Canada, III. 155; in 
U.S.A., I. 119, III. 213, IV. 170; 
breeding-places of, IV. 170. 

Aedes [*Finlaya) subuiveus, Edw., 
described as new from Sarawak, 

X. 197. 

Aedes [*Aedimorphus, Ochlerotatus, 
Reedomyia) sudanensis, Theo., 
described as new from Sudan, II. 
45 ; breeding-places of, in Ni- 
geria, IV. 112. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) suffusus, Edw., 
described as new from India, X. 
197. 

Aedes [Stegomyia) sugens, Theo. 
(see A. vittatus). 

Aedes surcoufi, Theo., doubt as to 
identity of, X. 131. 

Aedes {Chaetocruiomyia) sylvestris, 
Theo. (see A. spinosipes). 

Aedes [Ciilex, Ochlerotatus) sylves- 
tris, Theo. (see A. vexans). 

Aedes {Culex, Culicelsa, *Ochlerota- 
tus, Taeniorhynchus) taeniorhyu- 
chus, Wied., in Brazil, I. 64, X. 
159 ; in Costa Rica, X. 31 ; in 
British Guiana, X. 54 ; in French 
Guiana, VI. 160; in Panama 
Canal Zone, III. 223, VII. 137, 
IX. 108; in Trinidad, V. 60; 
in U.S.A., I. 22, 119, III. 32, 128, 
212, IV. 159, X, 228: attracted 
to light, I. 22; breeding-places 
of, I. 64, III. 212, IV. 159, X. 54; 
migrations of. III. 223. 

Aedes tahoensis (see A. communis 
tahoensis) . 

Aedes tarsalis, Newst., in Gold 
Coast, V. 3. {cf. also under 
A. minuius.) 

Aedes {Ochlerotatus, Stegomyia) tas- 
maniensis, Strick. (see Rachiono- 
iomyia) . 

Aedes {Menolepis, * Ochlerotatus) 
tasmaniensis, Tayl., described as 



new from Tasmania, III. 37 ; a 
synonym of A. nigrithorax, q.v. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) terrens, Wlk., dis- 
tribution of, X. 55. 

Aedes terrens homoeopus, Dyar, 
described as new from Costa 
Rica and Mexico, X. 131. 

Aedes terriei, Theo., A. salinellus 
recorded as, VIII. 214, IX. 35, 
83. 

Aedes thaxteri, D. & K., described 
as new from Grenada, VII. 105. 

Aedes {* Ochlerotatus, Taeniorhyn- 
chus) thelcter, Dyar, described as 
new from Texas, VII. 22; male 
of, X. 178. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) theobaldi, Tayl. 
(Grabhamia Havifrons, Theo.), in 
New South Wales, II. 149, III. 
207, IV. 182; attacking man, 
IV. 182. 

Aedes {* Stegomyia) thorn soni, Theo., 
in India, Vi. 64, 196, X. 87; 
breeding-places of, X. 87 ; resis- 
tance of, to desiccation, VL 64. 

Aedes [*F inlay a) thorntoni, D. & K., 
in Central America, X. 55. 

Aedes {Culicelsa, *Finlaya, Ochlero- 
tatus) togoi, Theo., and potential 
establishment of yellow fever in 
Far East, X. 103 ; in Flong Kong, 
III. 141; transmitting Filaria 
bancrofti in Japan, X. 147, 180. 

Aedes tortilis, Theo. var. virginensis, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Virgin Islands, X. 130. 

Aedes {*Macleaya) tremula, Theo. 
{Danielsia miniita, Tayl., Mime- 
teomvia doddi, Tayl.), in Australia, 

III. 37, IV. 11, 60, 183, V. 68, 

VI. 74, 227, IX. 118 ; described as 
Danielsia alboaniiulata and D. 
minitta in Australia, I. 11 ; de- 
scribed as Aedimorphus australis 
and var. darwini, III. 37; in 
Papua, VII. 139 ; breeding-places 
of, IX. 118; female of, V. 67. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) trichurus, 
Dyar, bionomics of, in Canada, 

VII. 106. 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) 
triseriatus , Say, in Canada, VIII. 
140; in U.S.A., I. 119, III. 128, 

IV. 136, 170, V. 52, 161, VI. 8; 
breeding-places of, IV. 136, 170. 

Aedes triseriatus hendersoni, Ckll., 
described as new from Colorado, 
VI. 146. 

Aedes {^Ochlerotatus) triviitatus, 
Coq., in U.S.A., IV, 170, V. 161, 
VI. 8; in Venezuela, X. 62; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



breeding-places of, IV. 170, ' 

VI. 8. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) unicinctus, Edw., 

described as new from India, X. 

197. 
Aedes {*Skusea) uniformis, Theo., in 

Australia, IV. 10, 11, VI. 227. 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) unilineatus, 

Theo., in W. Africa, V. 3, VI. 38, 

VII. 169 ; breeding-places of, 
VI. 38. 

Aedes (Cidicada, *Ochlerotaius) van- 
dema, Strick., in Queensland, 
VI. 74; in TasmaniaT III. 37. 

Aedes {*Stegomyia) vaviegatus, 
Dolesch. (pseiidoscutellaris , Theo.), 
in Australia, III. 37, IV. 60; in 
Fiji, IV. 41, X. 77, ISO; in New 
Guinea, III. 24; in Papua, III. 
153; in Samoa, II. 51, 82; and 
filariasis, II. 82, III. 37, V. 153, 
X. 180; breeding-places of, II. 
82. 

Aedes vavipalpus, Coq., in Canada, 

VIII. 101; in U.S.A., VI. 7, 49; 
breeding-places of, VI. 49. 

Aedes ventrovittis, Dyar, described as 
new, V. 5 ; in California, V. 5, 
VI. 49; breeding-places of, VI. 
49. 

Aedes {*Aedimorphus, Culex, Culi- 
cada, Ecculex, Ochlerotatus) 
vexans, Mg. {nociurnus, Theo., 
svlvestris, Theo.), in Canada, 
III. 155, VI. 178, VII. 106, 

IX. 86, X. 127, 167 ; in Denmark, 
VTI. 171, IX. 82; {noctuvnus) in 
Fiji, IV. 41, X. 77; in Finland, 

X. 165; in France, VII. 99; in 
Germany, II. 78, VI. 212, VII. 
69, VIII. 27, 28, 214, IX. 29, 
30, X. 128 ; [nocUivniis) in Loyal- 
ty Islands, II. 34; in Macedonia, 
IX. 20, 92; in Sweden, X. 87; 
in U.S.A., I. 22, 119, II. 158, 
III. 128, 213, IV. 61, 136, 170, 

V. 102, 103, 141, 161, VI. 8, 
48, 65, 66, 146, 181, 223, VII. 63, 
VIII. 30, 105, 194, IX. 24, 26, 51, 
186, X. 108, 111, 228 ; breeding- 
places of. III. 213, IV. 61, 136, 

VI. 48, 178, 212, VII. 106, 171, 
VIII. 28, IX. 24, 51, 92, X. 127; 
experimentally conveying an- 
thrax, VI. 181, VIII. 105; gre- 
garines in larvae of, X. 128; not 
exhibiting thermo-tropic reaction, 

VII. 63 ; measures against, VI. 
66 ; Culex svlvestris a synonym 
of, X. 154. 

Aedes {Culicada, Ochlerotatus) vic- 
toriensis, Tayl., described as new 



from Queensland, III. 30; a. 

synonym of A. camptorhynchus,. 

q.v. 
Aedes {Culicelsa, * Ochlerotatus} 

vigilax, Skuse {Culex ludlowi, 

Blanch.), in Australia, III. 37,. 

207, 208, IV. 8, 11, 60, 72, 182, 

183, V. 67, VI. 27, 74, 227, VII. 

61, IX. 127, X. 233; in Papua. 

III. 153 ; in Philippines, VII. 193 ; 

breeding-places of, V. 67, X. 233 ; 

possibly transmitting dengue, IX. 

137 ; relation of, to Onchocerca 

gihsoni, III. 208, VI. 27. 
Aedes vinnipegensis, Dyar, described 

as new from Canada, VII. 106 ;; 

a synonym of A . hirsuteron, q.v. 
Aedes {*Stegomyia) vittatus, Big. 

{sugens, Theo.), in W. Africa, 

II. 27, IV. 44, 45, 66, 112, 163, 
165, V. 45, VII. 169, VIII. 12; 
in Egypt, III. 10; probably 
recorded in error from Egypt, 

VIII. 35; in France, IX. 38; in 
India, I. 1, 143, 163, V. 39, 

IX. 80 ; breeding-places of, IV. 
44, 45, 163, 165, VIII. 12; ovi- 
position of, without a blood meal, 

IX. 80 ; failure to infect, with 
Leishmania, I. 1, IV. 103; sy- 
nonymy of, X. 19. 

Aedes {Culex, Culicada, *Ochlero- 
tatus) vittiger, Skuse, II. 149; in 
New South Wales, III. 37, 207. 

Aedes {*Stegomyia) w-alba, Theo., in 
Formosa, VI. 50; in Hong Kong, 

III. 141 ; in India, VI. 64, X. 67? 
breeding-places of, X. 67. 

Aedes {*Finlaya) watasei. Yam., 
described as new from Japan, X. 
147, 154. 

Aedes zvaterhousei, Theo. (see A. 
niaculatus). 

Aedes {*Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) well- 
mani, Theo., in Gold Coast, VI. 
16. 

Aedes ivhitmorei, Dunn, described as- 
new from Colombia, VII. 21. 

Aedes {Culicada) ivilsoni, Tayl., in 
Victoria, VII. 139. 

Aedes {*Stegomyia) woodi, Edw., 
described as new from Nyasaland, 

X. 153. 

Aedes yerbuvyi, Edw., described as 
new from Ceylon, V. 53. 

Aedes {*Ochlerotatus) zammitti, 
Theo., in France, IX. 132; not a 
synonym of A . marine, X. 154. 

Aedes zoosophus, D. & K., described 
as new from Texas, VI. 86. 

Aedimorphus, a group of Aedes 
{q.v.), V. 53. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



43 



Aedomyia, in Oriental Region, X. 
229; respiration of, VI. 182; 
pupae of, V. 167. 

Aedomyia africana, Nev. Lem., in 
Gold Coast, VI. 16. 

Aedomyia catasticta, Knab (see A. 
venustipes) . 

Aedomyia squaniipennis, Arr., in 
Brazil, IV. 37 ; in Br. Guiana, 
VII. 105, X. 54, 217; in India, 
IX. 124; in Panama, I. 223, VII. 
127, IX. 108 ; in Trinidad, V. 60 ; 
in Venezuela, X. 183 ; breeding- 
places of, I. 223, VII. 105, X. 54. 

Aedomyia venuslipes, Skuse {cata- 
sticta, Knab), in Australia, I. 11, 
IV. 60; in Oriental Region, X. 
230. 

Aegophagamyia pungens, Aust., in 
Zanzibar, III. 50. 

Aegophagamyia terticeps, Aust., in 
Aldabra, VIII. 175. 

aegrotus, Tabanus. 

a&gypti, Aedes [Culex) (see A. 
argenteus) . 

aegyptium, Hyalomma. 

aegyptius, Dermanyssus. 

Aelia acuminata, L., flagellates not 
found in, in France, X. 121. 

aenea, Rachionotomyia ; Ulidia. 

aenescens, Ophyra. 

aequisetosa, Xenopsylla. 

aeratipennis, Culicoides. 

Aeschna, predacious on mosquito 
larvae in Italy, IX. 142; destroy- 
ing Haematopota in Russia, III. 
196. 

aestivalis, Aedes. 

aestuans, Chrysops. 

aethiopica, Corizoneura [Diatomi- 
neura) . 

aethiopicus, Liponyssus. 

affinis, A sea ; Grypocampa ; Pio- 
phila ; Tabanus. 

africana, Aedomyia ; Eukraiohelea. 

africanum,, A trichopogon . 

africanus, Aedes {Stegomyia) ; 
Pharyngobolus ; Phlebotomus (Pro- 
phlebotomus) minutus ; Taba- 
nus ;. Taeniorhynchus [Mansoni- 
oides) . 

agamum, Amblyom,ma. 

ager, Culex (see C. bitaeniorhynchus) . 

agilis, Laelaps ; Stenocephalus ; 
Tyroglyphns. 

agitator, Culex (see C . floridanus) . 

Aglossa cuprealis, L., in dead bodies, 
IX. 121. 

Aglossa pinguinalis, L., in dead 
bodies, IX. 121. 

agnitionalis , Tabanus. 

agnoscibilis, Tabanus. 



agrestis, Tabanus. 

Agrion, in relation to mosquitos, 
I. 195, 196, IX. 142. 

agrippinae, Listropsylla. 

Agrotis, Tabanid larvae predacious 
on. III. 195; inoculated with 
Bacillus melolonthae, VIII. 86. 

Agrotis tritici (see Euxoa). 

agyrtes, Ctenophthalmus . 

ahalae, Pygiopsylla. 

aikenii, Culex [M elanoconion) . 

aitkem. Anopheles {Neostethopheles, 
Stethomyia). 

akamushi, Trombidium {Leptotrom- 
bidium, Leptiis, Microthrombi- 
dium, Trombicula). 

Akis spinosa, L., intermediate host 
of Hymenolepis diminuta, V. 14» 
VIII. 85. 

alaskaensis, Theobaldia {Culex). 

albatus, Leiognathus. 

albertae, Aedes stiniulans. 

albertensis, Ceratophyllus ignotus. 

albescens, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) ; 
Uranotaenia. 

albibasis , Johannsenomyia ; Tabanus, 

albicans, Culicoides. 

albiceps, Chrysomyia {Musca, Pycno- 
soma) . 

albicosta, Taeniorhynchus {Man- 
sonia) . 

albifrons, Trigonometopus . 

albigena, Psorophora {J anthinosoma) . 

albigeniculatus ,Rhipicephalus evertsi . 

albigenu, Culex (see C. ventrilloni). 

albihirta, Haematopota {Chrysozona). 

albimanus, Anopheles (Cellia). 

albimedius, Tabanus. 

albinensis, Culex. 

alblonensis, Orthopodomyia (see O. 
pulchripalpis). 

albipalpus, Tabanus. 

albiparmatum, Hyalomma aegyp- 
tium. 

albipectus, Tabanus. 

albipennis, Nilobezzia armata ; 
Nilohelia ; Olfersia. 

albipes. Anopheles (see A. albi- 
manus) ; A. hyrcanus {sinensis) ; 
Megarhinus ; Tabanus (see T. 
ignotus) . 

albipictum, Hyalomma detritum. 

albipictus, Dermacentor. 

albiprivatus, Sabethes. 

albirostris, Aedes {Culicelsa) ; Ano- 
pheles {Myzomyia) (see A. aconi- 
tus). 

albitarsis, Aedes {Leucomyia) ; Ano- 
pheles (see A. pictipennis) ; 
Uranotaenia calosomata. 

albithorax, Tabanus. 

alhiventris, Culex ; Ornithoctona ; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Styloconops [Acanthoconops, Lep- 

toconops) . 
alboahdoniinalis , Uranotaenia. 
alboannulatiis , Macq., Aedes {Culi- 

celsa, Finlaya, Ochlerotatus) . 
alhoannulatus, Tayl., Aedes {Daniel- 

sia, Finlaya) (see A. {Macleaya) 

tremula). 
alboapicalis. Anopheles listoni (see 

A. minimus var. aconitus), 
albocephalus , Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 
albofasciata, Uranotaenia (see U. 

nivipes). 
albofasciatus, Aedes [Ciilex, Ochlero- 
tatus). 
alboguttatus , Culicoides . 
albohirtipes, Tabanus [Therioplectes). 
albolineata, Polietes. 
albolineatus, Pelecorhynchus . 
albomaculata, Musca. 
albomaculatus, Haemagogus {Caco- 

myia) . 
albonotatus, Culicoides. 
albopictus, Aedes [Stegomyia) ; 

Thysanognathus [Prionognathus) . 
albopilosus, Harpactor {Rhinocoris) . 
albopu7ictatus, Culex (Culicada) (see 

A edes geniculatus) . 
alboscutellatus, Aedes. 
albosparsus, Culicoides. 
albosquamata, Wyeomyia. 
albotaeniatus, Anopheles [Myzorhyn- 

chus). 
alboventralis, Aedes [Ochlerotatus, 

Protomacleaya) ; Tabanus. 
albovirgatus, Culex (see C. duttoni). 
Alcimtis rubiginosus, Gerst., attack- 
ing Chrysops woodi in Nyasaland, 

IV. 171. 
alcocki, Culex (Choeroporpa) ; Sil' 

vius; Simulium. 
aldrichanus, Megarhinus. 
aldrichi, Aedes. 
alene, Tabanus. 
alepis, Notoedrus [Notoedres). 
Aleurobinus farinae (see Tyro- 

glyphus) . 
alexandrinum, Hyalomma pusillum, 
alexandrinus, Tabanus. 
alfaroi, Culex [Choeroporpa). 
algeriensis, Anopheles, 
algirus, Tabanus. 
alladinis, Ceratophyllus. 
allopha, Anopheles [Cellia). 
allostigma, Lutzia. 
Allotheobaldia, subgen. n., VIII. 

76 (see Theobaldia). 
Allothrombium fuliginosum, Henck- 

ing, infesting man in England, X. 

119. 
alluaudi, Bouvierella ; Haematopota. 
alogistus, Culex [Mochlostyrax). 



aloponotutn, Aedes. 

alpha, Sarcophaga. 

Alphitobius, in swallow's nest in 
Gold Coast, IV. 81. 

Alphitobius diaperinus, Panz., on 
hides from India, III. 143. 

Alphitobius piceus , Ol., on hides from 
India, III. 143. 

alpinus, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) ; Gyro- 
pus. 

alternans, Mucidus ; Simulium. 

alternata, Psychoda. 

alternatus, Tabanus. 

altiplanum, Amblyomma. 

altiusculus, Aedes. 

Alysia manducator, Panz., question 
of introduction of, into Australia, 
VIII. 174, IX. 156, X. 2, 56, 134; 
parasite of Muscid flies in Britain 
and France, II. 134, IV. 146, 
VIII. 22, 218, X. 2. 

amazonensis, Taeniorhynchus [Man- 
sonia). 

amazonicum, Simulium. 

amazonicus, Sabethes. 

ambigua, Pseudornithomyia. 

ambiguella, Clysia. 

ambiguus, Orthostylus. 

amblus, Ornithodorus. 

Amblycorypha oblongifolia, DeG., 
used for obtaining pure culture of 
flagellates, X. 162. 

Amblyomma, on cattle in E. Africa, 

VIII. 148; probably transmitting 
Anaplasma argentinum in S. 
America, VIII. 18, 166; possibly 
on cattle in Australia, VII. 46; 
on dogs in Sierra Leone, IV. 150. 

Amblyomma agamiim, Arag., on 
snakes in Argentina, VII. 11 ; in 
Brazil, I. 155; parthenogenesis 
in. I. 155. 

Amblyomma altiplamun, Dios, de- 
scribed as new, V. 168 ; on llamas 
in Argentina, V. 168, VII. 11. 

Amblyomma americanum, L., in 
Canada, IV. 80 ; in Br. Guiana, 
VII. 189; hosts of, in U.S.A., II. 
102fl, III. 154, VI. 183; in 
Venezuela, IX. 13 ; on man, II. 
102«, VII. 179; on dogs and 
foxes, II. 102«, III. 4, VI. 183, 

IX. 96. 

Amblyomma brasiliense, Arag., in 

Paraguay, VII. 11. 
Amblyomma brimontii, Neum., on 

tortoise in British Guiana, I. 146. 
Amblyomma calcaratum, Neum., on 

dogs. III. 4. 
Amblyomma cayennense, F., in 

Argentina, Vlt. 11; in Brazil, II. 

53. IV. 59, VI. 90, VIII. 85; 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



45 



in Ecuador, VI. 192; in British 
Guiana, V. 4, X. 54; in Panama, 
VI. 183, VII. 10; in Paraguay, 
III. 147; in Venezuela, IX. 13; 
on dogs. III. 4, IV. 59, VI. 90, 
183; on man, II. 53, HI. 147, 
V. 4, VII. 11, X. 54; other hosts 
of, VI. 90, VII. 11, X. 54; 
developinent of pads on feet of, 
VIII. 89 ; malformations in, VIII. 
218; probably carrying eggs of 
Dermatobia hominis, VII. 10; 
relation of, to leishmaniasis, II. 
53, III. 147; and canine piro- 
plasmosis, IV. 59. 

Anihlyomma concolov, Neum., hosts 
of, in Brazil, VI. 90 ; on armadillos 
in British Guiana, X. 54 ; in 
Venezuela, IX. 13. 

Amblyomma dissiniile, Koch, bio- 
nomics of, in British Guiana, V. 

4, VI. 178, VII. 71 ; bionomics of, 
in Panama, VII. 44, 127, X. 24; 
in West Indies, II. 129, IX. 150. 

Amblyomma eburneum, Gerst., in 
Italian Somaliland, IV. 70. 

Amblyomma fossum, Neum., in 
Brazil, VI. 90; on man in 
Br. Guiana, VII. 129; on dogs, 

III. 4. 

Amblyomma geayi, Neum., on 
Bradypus tridactyhis in French 
Guiana, I. 146. 

Amblyomma gemma, Don., colora- 
tion of, VIII. 133. 

Amblyomma goeldii, Neum., on toad 
in French Guiana, I. 146. 

Amblyom,ma hebraeiim, Koch, in E. 
Africa, I. 21, III. 133, 218; in 

5. Africa. I. 83, II. Ill, 114, IV. 
64, VI. 161, VII. 43, IX. 83; in 
Angola, VIII. 167; in Belgian 
Congo, IX. 164 ; in Nyasaland, 
VIII. 33; not found in Italian 
Somaliland, IV. 70 ; carrying 
heartwater in domestic animals, 

IV. 64, VI. 161, IX. 83, 164; 
probably not conveying con- 
tagious impetigo of cattle, VIII. 
149; on dogs. III. 4; penetrating 
beneath the skin of its host. III. 
25; coloration of, VIII. 133; 
malformations in, VIII. 218; 
regeneration of limbs of, VIII. 
133; habits of sexes of, VIII. 23; 
dipping against, I. 83, II. 114, 
III. 218, VII. 43, IX. 84. 

Amblyomma hirtum, Neum., in West 

Indies, II. 129. 
Amblyomma humerale, Koch, on 

turtles in Br. Guiana, V. 4. 



Amblyomma integrum,, Koch, on 

cattle in Ceylon, X. 67. 
Am.blyotnma lepidum, Don., on 

Sudanese cattle in Egypt, III. 77 ; 

in Italian Somaliland, IV. 70. 
Amblyomma (Hyalomma) longirostre, 

Koch, on Cercolaves vellosns in 

Brazil, VI. 90; in Trinidad, II. 

129. 
Amblyomma maculatum, Koch, hosts 

of, in Argentina, VII. 11; in 

British Guiana, X. 54; in Ecua- 
dor, VI. 192; in U.S.A., VI. 183; 

on dogs. III. 4, VI. 183, X. 54. 
Amblyomma mantiquirense, Arag., 

on Dicotyles labiatiis in Br. 

Guiana, IX. 2. 
Am,blyom.ma m-armoreum, Koch, 

hosts of, in Gold Coast, IV. 81 ; 

in Italian Somaliland, IV. 70 ; in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Amblyomma naponense. Pack., on 

Dicotyles torquatus in Br. Guiana, 

VII. 129. 
Amblyomma oblongoguttatum, Koch, 

on Dicotyles labiattis in Br. Guiana, 

IX. 2. 
Amblyomma pacae, Arag., on arma- 
dillos in Br. Guiana, X. 54. 
Amblyomma parvum, Arag., hosts 

of, "in Brazil, VI. 90. 
Amblyomma peter si, Karsch, on 

rhinoceros in S. Africa, III. 222. 
Amblyomma splendidtim, Gieb., in 

Belgian Congo, V. 35, VI. 161 ; on 

cattle in Gold Coast, IX. 101 ; in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Amblyomma striatum, Koch, in 

Brazil, IV. 59 ; in Paraguay, III. 

147; on dogs. III. 4, IV. "59; a 

possible carrier of leishmaniasis, 

III. 147 ; a probable carrier of 
piroplasmosis, IV. 59. 

Amblyomma testudinis. Con., on 

tortoise in Argentina, VII. 11. 
Amblyomma tholloni, Neum., on 

elephant in Belgian Congo, V. 35. 
Amblyomma triguttatum, Koch, in 

N. Austraha, IV. 11. 
Amblyomma tuherculatum, Marx, 

infesting foxes, IX. 96. 
Amblyomma variegatum, F., in E. 

Africa, I. 21, VII. 7, X. 16; in 

S. Africa, IV. 108, VII. 43, IX. 

40; in W. Africa, III. 179, IV. 

42, 45, 66, 113, VI. 225, IX. 101 ; 

in Belgian Congo, V. 35, VI. 161; 

hosts of, in French Guiana, IV. 

21; in Mauritius, III. 53, 221; 

not found in Italian Somaliland, 

IV. 70 ; on cattle in West Indies, 
II. 129, 175, III. 190, VII. 90, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



VIII. 79 ; causing heartwater, IX. 
40 ; transmitting lymphangitis, 
VII. 7; probably transmitting 
piroplasmosis, IV. 42 ; penetrating 
beneath the skin of the host, III. 
25 ; development of pads on feet 
of, VIII. 89 ; dipping against, VII. 
43, 90. 
Amblyomma variuni, Koch, on 
Bradypus tridactylus in French 
Guiana, V. 97. 
anieghinoi, Tahanus. 
amenocles, Chalets, 
americana, Cuterehra ; Graphomyia ; 
Haematopota ; Olfersia ; Peri- 
planeta [Blatta) ; Schistocerca ; 
Schbngastia. 
americanum, Amblyomma. 
am,ericanus, Leptoconops kerteszi ; 

Leptiis ; Tabanus. 
amicta, Serinetha. 
amictus, Anopheles, 
amoemis, Culicoides (see C. chiop- 

terus). 
ampelophila, Drosophila (see D. 

melanogaster). 
Amphipsylla certa, Roths., probably 
a variety of A . schelkovnikovi, IV. 
151. 
Amphipsylla contigua, J. & R., 
subsp., locuples, J. & R., described 
as new from Turkestan, IV. 32 ; 
hosts of, IV. 32. 
Amphipsylla dumalis, J. & R., 
described as new from Turkestan, 
IV. 32 ; hosts of, IV. 32. 
Amphipsylla primaris, J. & R., 
described as new from Mustela 
erminea in Turkestan, IV. 32. 
Amphipsylla schelkovnikovi, Wagn., 
on Microtus in Caucasia, IV. 151. 
ampyx, Hodgesia. 

Anacampta latiuscitla, Lw., seasonal 
prevalence of, in Montana, V. 125. 
anacantha, Acanthocera. 
analis, Cuterebra (see C. apicalis) ; 

Ophyra ; Pterygophorus. 
anastasionis , Haemagogus. 
Anastatus viridiceps, Wtrst., de- 
scribed as new, III. 142 ; parasite 
of Glossina morsitans in N. 
Rhodesia, III. 142, IV. 117. 
A nastellorhina [Paracalliphora) au- 
gur, F. [Calliphora oceaniae, R.— 
D.), infesting sheep in x\ustralia, 
I. 225, II. 85, 94, III. 14, 15, 159, 
185, IV. 71, 179, 183, V. 6, 165, 
VII. 100, 124, 187, VIII. 73, 187, 
IX. 155, X. 1, 15, 56; Para- 
calliphora, gen. n., proposed for, 
IV. 122; transmission of Habro- 
nema by, VIII. 187, X. 15 ; life- 



cycle of, IX. 155 ; parasites of, 
III. 15, IV. 179, VII. 100, X. 1; 
anatomy of larva of, IX. 64 ; 
measures against. III. 13, IV. 
71, VII. 124. 

anatis, Dichelacera ; Ixodes. 

Anax, predacious on Anopheline 
larvae, XI. 142. 

anchineuria, Ornithomyia. 

andamanensis, Aedes. 

andersoni, Culex ; Dermacentor (see 
D. venustus). 

aneles, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

Aneurrhynchtis, parasite of flies in 
Britain, VIII. 22. 

angulatus, Linognathus. 

angustifrons , Haematopota ; Luc ilia 
(see L. caesar) ; Musca (see M. 
humilis) ; Olfersia ; Simulium ; 
Tabanus. 

angustimanus, Simulium. 

angitstipennis, Melanoplus ; Trigo- 
nometopus. 

angustipes, Simulium (seeS. aureum). 

angustitarsis, Simulium. 

angustivittatus , Aedes. 

angustus, Ixodes. 

anhydor, Uranotaenia. 

anips, Culex {Melanoconion). 

Anisocheleomyia leucoptera, Theo., 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Anisocheleomyia nivipes (see Urano- 
taenia) . 

Anisolabis, infested with Hymeno- 
lepis diminuta, III. 138. 

Anisolabis annulipes, Lucas, inter- 
mediate host of Hymenolepis 
dim.inuta, V. 14, VIII. 85. 

Anisolabis colossea {seeTiianolabis). 

anisus, Ceratophyllus. 

Ankistrodactylus, n. n. for Schizo- 
dactyliis, X. 233. 

Ankistrodactylus (Schizodactyliis) 
par, I. & M., described as new 
from Gold Coast, X. 233. 

Ankistrodactylus {Schizodactylus) tel- 
matoscopus, I. & M., described as 
new from Gold Coast, X. 61 ; 
breeding-places of, X. 61. 

annamaticus, Tabanus. 

annandalei. Anopheles. 

annetti, Taeniorhynchus (Manson- 
ioides) . 

annularis, Tabanus. 

annulata, Leucomyia (see Culex 
vicinus) ; Theobaldia {Culiseta) ; 
Uranotaenia. 

annulatum, Simulium. 

annulatus, Boophilus (Margaropits). 

annulatus, Schr., Culex (see Theo- 
baldia) . 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



47 



annulatus, Tayl., Ciilex [Culicada) 
(see C. sitiens) ; C. {Lophocerato- 
myia) fraudatrix. 

■annulicornis, Johannsenomyia. 

annuliferus, Taeniorhynchus [Man- 
sonioides). 

-anniilioris, Culex. 

annulipalpis, Anopheles; Armigeres 
(Leicesteria) . 

annulipes, Anisolabis ; Anopheles 
(Nyssorhynchus) ; Bezzia ; Taenio- 
rhynchus [M ansonioides) . 

annulipes, Mg., Aedes {Culex, Culi- 
cada, Ochlerotatus) . 

annulipes, Tayl., Aedes (see A. 
camptorhynchus) . 

annulirostris, Culex (Culicelsa) ; Leu- 
comyia (see Culex squamosus). 

annuliiarsis, Armigeres {Leicesteria). 

annulosus, Austrolestes. 

Anoetus, infesting plague fleas in 
India and Java, I. 89, III. 34. 

anomala, Haemaphysalis cornigera ; 
Philornis {Mydaea) (see P. pici). 

anonialus, Hoplopsyllus. 

Anomiopsyllus nudahis, Baker, 
hosts of, in Arizona, IV. 33. 

Anopheles, absent from Aden, II. 
158 ; synopsis of African, II. 6 ; 
in E, Africa, II. 43 ; in Equatorial 
Africa, VII. 144, VIII. 18; dis- 
tribution of, in the Alps, VII. 16 ; 
distribution of American species 
of, VII. 22-24; in Arabia, III. 
211, VI. 61; list of Australian, 
IX. 147; distribution of, in Aus- 
tria, II. 87; in N. Borneo, IV. 
73 ; probably absent from New 
Caledonia, II. 39; notice of key 
to Canadian species of, IX. 113 ; 
in French and Belgian Congo, II. 
170, VI. 161; in Egypt, VI. 176; 
in England, VI. 236 ; northern 
limit of, in Europe, VIII. 14; 
in France, VI. 230-235, VII. 
15; in Gambia. VI. 47; in Ger- 
many, II. 168, VI. 57, 191; 
absent from Gilbert & Ellice 
Islands, III. 192; key to Gold 
Coast species of, VI. 17; absent 
from Hawaii, VI. 163; in India, 
IV. 74, V. 88 ; in Dutch E. Indies, 
IV. 23, V. 26, 27 (list), VII. 19, 
76, 183, VIII. 162 ; in Ivory Coast, 

II. 5 ; in Jamaica, II. 20, IV. 90 ; 
in Kamerun, I. 75 ; in Madagascar, 
I. 23, II. 86 ; in Malaya, I. 5, 180, 
VI. 124-127 ; larvae of Malayan, 

III. 228, IV. 54 ; in Middle East, 
IX. 13; in Oriental Region, II. 6, 
III. 101 ; danger of introduction 



of, into New Zealand, VII. 180; 
in Palaearctic Region, X. 18 ; in 
Panama. I. 8, 121, IV. 97 (list), 
V. 34, VII. 127 ; list of, in Papua, 

III. 153; in Peru, X. 24; in 
Philippines, II. 101; in Sardinia, 

V. 117; in Senegal, I. 52; distri- 
bution of, in Switzerland, VI. 52; 
in Trinidad, II. 24, V. 59 (list), 
IX. 57; in U.S.A., II. 78, III. 
78, V. 143 ; in Venezuela, IX. 13 ; 
in Zanzibar, III. 49, VIII. 112; 
flagellates found in, VIII. 88; 
species of, transmitting malaria, 
II. 133, 168, HI. 101, IV. 73, 74, 
104, 152, VII. 185, IX. 205 ; effect 
of numbers of, on incidence of 
malaria, VI. 121; bionomics of 
malarial parasite in, V. 154, 183 ; 
experiments in direct transmission 
of malaria by, IX. 142, 199; 
effect of humidity on transmission 
of malaria by, IX. 87; and horse 
sickness, VI. 161; and epidemic 
jaundice, V. 182; not carrying 
leishmaniasis. III. 202; on ships, 
II. 1, IV. 131 ; natural enemies of, 

VI. 130, 186; hibernation of, VI. 
5, 77, VII. 130, IX. 167 ; range of 
flight of, IX. 123, X. 49 ; migra- 
tion of, IX. 26 ; swarming of, VIII. 
94, IX. 200; attracted by light, 
II. 195 ; feeding in winter, X. 6, 
10. 19, 22, 200, 201 ; not feeding 
readily on birds, VIII. 171; 
relation of, to domestic animals, 
VIII. 62, IX. 83, 114, 131, 135, 
152, 153, 154, 172, 193, X. 3, 6, 
19, 21, 32, 34, 35, 39, 49, 52, 53, 
68, 71, 72, 86, 89, 100, 101, 115, 
151, 192, 196, 200, 201, 202, 217, 
225, 228-229, 233; effect of 
temperature on life of, IX. 199; 
classification of, I. 128, 131, 229, 

IV. 73, 74, V. 34, VII. 22-24, 
139, X. 18 ; anatomy of, IV. 24, 
VI. 208, VIII. 97, X. 75, 80; 
pilotaxy of, IV. 23, X. 64 ; larval 
characters of, I. 33, 35, 229; 
terminology used in describing 
larvae of, VIII. 55 ; function of 
caudal tufts in larvae of, IX. 134 ; 
respiration of larvae of, X. 211 ; 
breeding amongst Pistia straiiotes, 
VIII. 175 ; breeding habits of, X. 
142, 208; not breeding in salt 
water, X. 174 ; methods of breed- 
ing, experimentally, IX. 115 ; 
effect of Chara spp. on, VIII. 61, 
X. 108, 136, 221; measures 
against, II. 5, V. 26, VI. 57, 
124-127, 176, VIII. 166, 167, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



X. 66; traps for, II. 161. (See 
also under the various species.) 

Anopheles [*Myzomyia) aconitus, 
Don., and var. cohaesa minima, 
Swellgr. (see A. minimus acon- 
itus). 

Anopheles {*A., Neostethopheles, 
Stethomyia) aitkeni, James (fragi- 
lis, Theo., pallidus, Ludl., trea- 
cheri, Leic), in India, II. 193, 

IV. 124, IX. 6; in Dutch E. 
Indies, VII. 76, 183, VIII. 54, 56, 

IX. 173; in Malaya, III. 102, IV. 
67, V. 54, VI. 126, VIII. 84, IX. 
74, 134 ; A . algeriensis possibly 
recorded as, in Palestine, IX. 99 ; 
in Philippines, III. 65; absent 
from Sumatra, V. 26 ; not a 
proven carrier of malaria, VI. 
126; anatomy of, IX. 173; 
breeding-places of, IX. 74, 134 ; 
synonymy of, I. 6. 

Anopheles aitkeni var. insulae- 
florum, Swellgr., described as 
new, VIII. 136'; in Moluccas, VIII. 
136, 152, 153. 

Anopheles aitkeni var. papuae, 
Swellgr., described as new, 
VIII. 136; breeding-places of, in 
New Guinea, VIII. 136, 153. 

Anopheles (Cellia, *Nyssovhynchus) 
albiinanus, Wied. {albipes, Theo., 
cuhensis, Agramonte), in Argen- 
tina, VIII. 107, X. 43; in Brazil. 
I. 199, IT. 133, IV. 37, VI. 90, 91, 
VIII. 25, IX. 6, X. 175, 216, 234 ; 
in Costa Rica, X. 31 ; in Ecuador, 
VI. 192; in French Guiana, VI. 
160; in Jamaica, IV. 90; in 
Panama, II. 46, 47, III. 223, IV. 
97, 98, V. 1, 34, VII. 127, VIII. 
197, IX. 108, X. 11, 24; in Porto 
Rico, X. 59 ; in St. Croix, IX. 150 ; 
in St. Vincent, II. 47 ; in Trinidad, 

V. 6; in Venezuela, V. 100, VII. 
69, IX. 13, X. 62; and malaria, 
1. 199. II. 133, IV. 90, 104, V. 100, 

VI. 192, IX. 6, X. 31, 59, 216; 
specially attacking horses, IX. 
131; breeding-places of, VI. 91, 

VII. 24, X. 24, 59 ; morphological 
characters of, X. 62; A. tavsi- 
maculatns treated as a variety of, 

X. 11, 62. 

Anopheles {*Nyssorhynchus) albipes, 

Theo. (see A. albimanus). 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) albirostris, 

Theo. (see A. minimus aconitus). 
Anopheles (*Nyssorhynchus) albi- 

tarsis, Arrib. (see A. pictipennis). 
Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchus) albo- 

taeniatus, Theo., in Borneo, III. 



11, IV. 73; in Dutch E. Indies, 
IV. 23, V. 27, VI. 110, 213, VII. 
76, 183, VIII. 55, 135, IX. 135, 
136, 173, X. 39; in Malaya, I. 6, 
229, III. 102, V. 10; and malaria, 

IV. 73 ; not experimentally trans- 
mitting malaria, VIII. 135; ana- 
tomy of, IX. 173 ; breeding-places 
of. VII. 76, 183, IX. 135, 136. 

Anopheles albotaeniatns var. mon- 
tanus, Stanton & Hacker, de- 
scribed as new, V. 54 ; in Malaya, 

V. 54, VIII. 84, IX. 74; and 
malaria, IX. 74; breeding-places 
of, IV. 54, IX. 74. 

Anopheles {*A.) algeriensis, Theo. 
{litkisi, Christ.), in Algeria, V. 
161 ; rare in Caucasus, X. 10 ; in 
Mesopotamia, IV. 172, VII. 102, 
IX. 146, 159; in Palestine, VIII. 
51, IX. 99 ; transmitting filariasis 
in Tunis, I. 43, VII. 58, X. 180; 
a possible carrier of Baghdad boil, 

VII. 102; breeding-jjlaces of, IX. 
99 ; synonymy of, X. 18 ; possibly 
recorded as A . fragilis in Pales- 
tine, VIII. 60, IX. 99, X. 28. 

Anopheles [Cellia, *Nyssorhynchus) 
allopha, Lutz & Peryassu, only 
occurring in Brazil, IX. 6. 

Anopheles (*Myzoniyia) am ictus, 
Edw., described as new, IX. 133; 
in N. Australia, IX. 133, X. 233. 

Anopheles {*A.) annandalei, 

Prashad, described as new, VIII. 
31 ; breeding in trees in India 
and Assam, VIII. 31, X. 79, 230 ; 
larva of, X. 230. 

Anopheles (*Nyssorhynchus) annuli- 
palpis. Lynch, in Argentina, VII. 
23, VIII. 107, IX. 5, X. 43. 

Anopheles {*Myzo?nyia, Nyssorhyn- 
chus) annulipes, Wlk., in Aus- 
tralia, I. 10, II. 12, III. 37, 207, 
IV. 11, 60, 73, 182, 183, V. 67, 
94, VI. 223, 227, VII. 61, 175, 
187, VIII. 174, IX. 139, 147, X. 
232, 233; in Formosa, III. 102; 
in Papua, III. 153; in Solomon 
Islands, III. 37; and malaria, I. 
10, III. 102, 153, IV. 104, VI. 
223, VII. 61, IX. 139 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 73, 182, VI. 223, 

VIII. 174, X. 232. 

Anopheles annulipes var. moluc- 
censis, Swellgr., described as new, 
VIII. 136; a synonym of A. 
punctulatns var. moluccensis, q.v. 

Anopheles antennatus. Beck, (see A. 
hifurcatus) . 

Anopheles {Arribalzagia, *Nysso- 
rhynchus) apicimacnla, D. & K.,, 



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in Central America, VII. 23; in 
Dutch Guiana, X. 76 ; in Mexico, 

VII. 23; in Panama, IV. 97, V. 

I, 34, VII. 127, VIII. 197, IX. 
108, X. 11, 22; in Trinidad, V. 
59, VII. 23; breeding-places of, 
X. 76. 

Anopheles (Cellia, *Nyssorhyvchus) 
argyritarsis, R.-D., in Argentina, 

VIII. 107, IX. 5; in Brazil, I. 
199, II. 133, IV. 37, VI. 90, 91, 

VIII. 25, IX. 6, X. 175, 216; m 
British Guiana, IX. 135, X. 33, 
54; in Dutch Guiana, X. 76; in 
French Guiana, VI. 160; in 
Panama, II. 46, IV. 97, V. 1, 34, 
VII. 127, VIII. 197, IX. 108, X. 

II, 22 ; in Trinidad, II. 24, V. 60 ; 
in Venezuela, V. 100, VII. 69, IX. 
13, X. 61, 62, 158 ; in West Indies, 

II. 133, HI. 97, IV. 90, VII. 33; 
and malaria, I. 199, II. 133, IV. 
90, 104, V. 100, VIII. 25, 107, IX. 
6, X. 33, 61, 76, 158, 216; carry- 
ing Filaria noctiirna, II. 133; 
breeding-places of, VII. 23, X. 33, 
54, 76 ; morphological characters 
of, X. 62. 

Anopheles {*A.) argyropiis, Swellgr. 
(see A . mauriiianus) . 

Anopheles {*A., Lophoscelomyia, 
Myzorhynchus) asiaticus, Leic, 
in Malaya, I. 6, 7, 229, II. 106, 

III. 102, IX. 74 ; and malaria, IX. 
74; breeding-places of, II. 106, 

IX. 74. 

Anopheles {*A., Pyreiophonts) atra- 
tipes, Skuse, in Australia, II. 149, 

III. 37, IV. 182, IX. 147; in 
Solomon Islands, III. 37. 

Anopheles {*A.) atropos, D. &: K., 
in U.S.A., VII. 23, VIII. 78. 

Anopheles {*Myzoniyia) aitrirostris, 
Watson, in Malaya, III. 102, X. 
74 ; and malaria, X. 74 ; breeding- 
places of, X. 74. 

Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchus) ban- 
crofti, Giles {pseudobarbirostris, 
Ludl.), in Austraha, I. 11, II. 12, 

IV. 11, 60, 183; V. 67, VI. 27, 
227, IX. 147, X. 204, 233 ; not a 
carrier of malaria in Papua, III. 
153; in Philippines, III. 65; 
probably not a carrier of Oncho- 
cerca gibsoni, VI. 27; breeding- 
places of, X. 204, 233. 

Anopheles {*A., Coelodiazesis) har- 
beri. Coq., in U.S.A., I. 98, V. 52, 
VII. 23, VIII. 78 ; breeding-places 
of, I. 98, VII. 23; predacious 
larva of, V. 52. 

Anopheles {*A.) barbirostris, Wulp, 

(K 2009) 



in Andamans, I. 51 ; in Australia, 

III. 37, IV. 8; in Borneo, III. 11, 

IV. 73; in Burma, III. 50, 222; 
in Ceylon, II. 130, VIII. 50; in 
Cochin-China, II. 155, 198; in 
New Guinea, IV. 127 ; in India, 
II. 133, 154, 192, 193, 194, III. 
40, IV. 74, 124, VIII. 5, 106, IX. 
6, 124, 130, X. 67; in Dutch E. 
Indies, IV. 23, V. 27, VI. 53, 110, 
156, 213, 214, VII. 76, 96, 97, 98, 
183, VIII. 54, 152, IX. 3, 4, 135, 
136, 173, X. 38, 120 ; in Madagas- 
car, IX. 68; in Malaya. I. 6, 7, 
18, 229, II. 46, III. 102, V. 10, 
VIII. 84, 123, IX. 73, 74, X. 57, 
58, 153, 207; in Philippines, II. 
133, III. 65-67, 213; and 
malaria, I. 51, II. 133, HI. 65, 
102, 213, IV. 73, 74, 104, VI. 
126, VII. 97, 98, VIII. 135; 
breeding-places of, II. 154, VII. 
183, IX. 73, X. 57, 120 ; resistance 
of eggs of, to desiccation, X. 207 ; 
tail-hooks in larva of, X. 75; 
anatomy of, IX. 173 ; placed in 
subgenus Myzorhynclius, I. 131. 

Anopheles barbirostris var. pallidits, 

Swellgr., described as new, VII. 

183; in Dutch E. Indies, VII. 

183, VIII. 56, 152, X. 179; 

breeding-places of, VII. 183, X. 

179 ; sexual pigmentation of 

larva of, X. 179. 
Auot>heles {*A.) bariauensis, James 

& List. \A. pliunbeus, auct. nee 

Hal.), in India, I. 142, IV. 74» 

VIII. 30, 31, 161, X. 79 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 74, VIII. 31, X. 79. 

Anopheles (Dendropaedittni, *Nysso- 
rhvnchiis) bellator, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, II. 24, V. 60, 82, VII. 
23; breeding-places of, II. 24, V. 
82. 

Anopheles {*A.) bifurcatus, L. 
{claviger, Mg.), in the Aegean 
Islands, VII. 148 ; in Albania, VI. 
175, VII. 138 ; distribution of, in 
the Alps, VII. 16; in S.W'. Asia, 

IX. 13; in Austria, IX. 172; in 
Balkans, VI. 72, 117, 162, 201, 
VII. 78. 141, VIII. 87, 90, IX. 21, 
91, 177; in Belgium, IX. 173; in 
Britain, VI. 175, VII. 33, 42, 65, 
110, 190, VIII. 96, 139, 177, 192, 
193, IX. 5, 118, X. 16, SO, 86, 
105, 165; in Denmark, VIT. 172, 
IX. 154; in Egypt, VIII. 35, IX. 
98; in France, IV. 139, V. ]48, 
VI. 23, 24, 190, 206, 234, VII. 41, 
53, 59, 69, 99, 122, 146, VIII. 39, 
82, 144, 211, IX. 49, 193; in 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Germany, II. 78, VI. 212, VII. 
69, VIII. 27, 28, 62, 63, 121, 135, 
169, 171, 172, 213, 214, IX. 29, 
30, 68, 184, X. 6, 36, 51, 128, 192 ; 

in Greece, IV. 87; in Holland, X. 
20, 151, 200; in Italy, I. 40, VII. 
156, VIII. 140, 192, 221-223, IX. 
167; in Mesopotamia, IX, 159; 
in Palestine, VIII. 51, 91, IX. 
98, X. 27, 28; in Rnmania, VI. 
191; in Rnssia, II. 108, V. 84, X. 
10 ; in Sweden, X. 87 ; in Switzer- 
land, III. 225, V. 42, VI. 52, 172, 
X. 7. 8, 92 ; in Tnrkestan, I. 196 ; 
and malaria, IV. 104, V. 84, VI. 
190, VII 33, VTII. 35, 91, 96, 169, 
IX. 68. 98, 118, 172; hibernation 
of, I. 196, V. 42, VI. 24, VII. 65, 
VIII. 27, 28, 177, 221, IX. 167, 
193, X. 7, 192; breeding-places 
of, I. 196. V. 42, 148, VI. 172, 
VII. 122, 146, 172, 190, ^ III. 192, 
193, 211, 222, IX 91, 98, X. 27, 
86, 192 ; breeding experiments 
with, X. 36 ; cannibal larya of, 

VI. 162 ; parasites of larya of, VI. 
79, 135, X. 128; not attacked by 
parasites of other inosqnitos, X. 
86, 185 ; effect of laryicides on, 

VII. 126, 135, VIII. 211; effect 
of saline water on, VIII. 223; 
anatomy of larva of, X. 80, 211 ; 
egg of, X. 51, 61 ; male genitalia 
of, VIII. 97; zones of flight of, 
VI. 234 ; synonymy of, X. 18; 
characters differentiating from 
A. plumbeiis, X. 86, 132. 

Anopheles {Kerteszia, *N\'ssorhyn- 

cliiis) holiviensis, Theo., in S. 

.\merica, V. 82, VII. 23; a 

bromelicolous species, V. 82 ; 

confused with A. cruzi, D. & K. 

{lutzi, Theo.), VII. 25. 
Anopheles {Cellia, *Nyssorhynchns) 

braziliensis, Chagas, in Brazil, 

VI. 90, 91, VIII. 24, IX. 6, X. 

175 ; and malaria, IX. 6, X. 175 ; 

biting by day, VI. 91. 
Anopheles {*A.) brevipalpis, Roper, 

described as new, III. 11; in N. 

Borneo, III. 11, IV. 73; in Dutch 

E. Indies, X. 149; in Malaya, III. 

212 ; genus Memnemyia proposed 

for. III. 212. 
Anopheles (*Myzomyia, Pyretopho- 

rus) cardamitisi, Newst. & Cart. 

(see A. superpictiis). 
Anopheles (*Myzomyia) chaudoyei, 

Theo. (see A. multicolor). 
A nopheles Christopher si, Theo. (see 

A. minimus). 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) cincius, 



Newst. & Cart., in Gold Coast, 

VI. 17. 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) cinereus, 

Theo., in Arabia, III. 212, IV. 

173, IX. 13 ; in S. Africa, IX. 128 ; 

breeding-places of, IV. 173. 
Anopheles claviger, F. (see A. maculi- 

pennis). 
Anopheles claviger, Mg. (see A. 

bifiircatiis). 
Anopheles corethroides , Theo. (see 

A. stigmaticus). 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Pyretopho- 

rus) costalis, Theo., in E. Africa, 

VIII. 164, X. 94, 223; in S. 
Africa, IX. 128; in Tropical W. 
Africa, II. 27, IV. 21, 44, 45, 49, 
66, 81, 112, 150, 161, 165, V. 3, 
45, 47, 57, VI. 11, 17, 38, 225, VII. 
169, VIII. 11, 217, IX. 31, 42, X. 
62, 114, 126, 167, 180, 188, 225, 
226; in Arabia, III. 212, IX. 13; 
in Belgian Congo, I. 220, III. 121 ; 
at Khartoum, I. 166, 167, VII. 
Ill ; in Madagascar, IX. 68 ; in 
Mauritius, X. 106, 225 ; in Nyasa- 
land, X. 62; in Zanzibar, III. 
49, V. 147, VI. 123, VIII. 
112; and malaria, II. 27, IV. 66, 
104, V. 147, VI. 38, VIII. 112, 

IX. 128, X. 106, 126, 167, 225; 
transmitting Filaria bancvofti, 
IX. 42, X. 180, 225 ; biting habits 
of, V. 133; pupa of, V. 167; 
breeding-places of, IV. 44, 112, 
161, VIII. 11, X. 223; effect of 
salt on laryae of, II. 84 ; destroyed 
with kerosene, V. 57. 

Anopheles coustani, Lay., in Mada- 
gascar, IX. 68. 

Anopheles {*A.) crucians, Wied., in 
Cuba, II. 21; in Jamaica, II. 21, 
IV. 90; in U.S.A., I. 22, 98, 118, 

II. 21, 162, III. 80, 182, 212, 213, 

IV. 76, 92, 136, 152, 180, V. 101, 

VI. 154, VII. 23, 47-49, 74, 88, 
130, 153, 169. 185, VIII. 58, 78, 
187, IX 88, 117, 138, 179, X. 29, 
93, 111, 148; in Venezuela, V. 
100; and malaria, II. 133, 162, 

III. 213, IV. 76, 90, 92, 136, 152, 

V. 100, VI. 154, VII. 49, 88, 153, 
185, X. 148 ; a daylight species, 
I. 22, II. 21, VII. 153 ; hibernation 
of, VII. 130; breeding-places of, 
I. 98, III. 212, V. 101, VII. 23, 
47, 88, IX. 117, 138, X 29, 93; 
food of larva of, VII. 169. 

Anopheles {Dendropaedium, *Nysso- 
rhynchus) criizi, D. 8c K. (lutzi, 
Theo.), in Brazil, I. 230, II. 43, 

VII. 23, IX. 6; in Panama, IV. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS, 



51 



97; and malaria, I. 230, II. 43; 

breeding-places of, IX. 6 ; identity 
of, VII. 25, X. 76. 

Anopheles cubensis, Agramonte (see 
A. albimanus). 

Anopheles {*Mvzomvia) cuUcifacies, 
Giles, in Arabia^ IV. 173, IX. 
13; in Assam, II. 153; in Burma, 
III. 50, 222; in Ceylon, II. 47, 
70, 130, VIll. 50; in Egypt, III. 
10; in India, I. 143, 218, II. 154, 
191, 192, 193, III. 39, 40, 41, 66, 
102, IV. 74, V. 39, VI. 2, 173, 195, 
196, VIII. 106, 107, IX. 6, 130, 
X. 67, 75, 79; in Palestine, II. 
100 ; in Tunis, X. 68 ; and malaria, 
I. 143, 218, II. 47, 70, 130, III. 
39, 41, 66, 102, IV. 74, VI. 2, 195, 
VIII. 107; breeding-places of, 
III. 39, IV. 173; tail-hooks in 
larva of, X. 75. 

Anopheles cuUcifacies var. sergenti \ 
(see A. sergenti). 

Anopheles {*A., Coelodiazesis) culici- 
formis, Cogill, breeding-places of, ' 
in India, IV. 124, VIII. 31. 1 

Anopheles (*Myzomyia) domicolus, 
Edw., described as new from N. 
Nigeria, IV. 64. 

Anopheles d'thali, Patton (see A. 
rhodesiensis) . 

Anopheles (*A.) eiseni, Coq. {tibio- 
maculatiis, Neiva), in Brazil, VI. < 
90, IX. 6; in Dutch Guiana, X. ! 
76; in Panama, IV. 97, V. 34, 
VIII. 95, X. 11; in Trinidad, II. 
24, V. 60; breeding-places of, II. 
24, VII. 23, X. 76; described as 
A. niveopalpis, sp. n., VIII. 95. 

Anopheles elegans, James (see A. 
leucosphynis) . 

Anopheles {*A.)elntus,'Ed\\.{niaciili- 
pennis var.), described as new, X. 
18 ; distribution of, X. 18 ; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 146, 159; in 
Palestine, VII. 5, VIII. 51, IX. 
98, X. 28, 169: and malaria, 

VIII. 91, IX. 98, X. 28, 169; 
breeding-places of, IX. 98. 

Anopheles (*Chagasia) fajardoi, 
Lutz, in Brazil, VI. 90, VII. 23, 

IX. 6 ; a forest species in Dutch 
Guiana, X. 76. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) febrifer, 

Banks (see A. minimus). i 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) flaviceps, j 

Edw., described as new from ' 

Sudan, IX. 133. 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) flavicosta, i 

Edw., in Gold Coast, VI. 17. 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) flavirostris, 

Ludl., described as new from 

(K 2009) 



Philippines, II. 70; a s3nionym 

of A. minimus, q.v. 
Anopheles (*Myzomyia) flavus, 

Swellgr., described as new from 

Dutch E. Indies, VI. 214; a 

synonym of A. immaculatus, q.v. 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) formosaen- 

sis, Tsuzuki, in Formosa, III. 

102; and malaria. III. 102, 

IV. 104. 

Anopheles (*Myzomyia) foialeri, 
Christ, (see A. pallidits, Theo.). 

Anopheles {*A., Stethomyia) fragilis, 
Theo., A. algeriensis possibly 
recorded as, in Palestine, VTII. 
60, IX. 99, X. 28; a synonym 
of .4. aitkeni, q.v. 

Anopheles franciscanus, McCrack. 
(see A. pseiidopunctipennis). 

A nopheles {Pyretophorus) freerae, 
Banks (see A. fuliginosus). 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Nyssorhyn- 
chus) fuliginosiis, Giles, in Assam, 
II. 153; in Burma, III. 50, 222, 
VI. 37; in Ceylon, II. 130, VIII. 
50; in Formosa, VI. 50; in 
India, I. 143, II. 133, 154, 192, 
194, III. 40, 41, IV. 74, 118, 

V. 39, VI. 2, 173, 195, 196, 
VIII 106, 107, IX. 6, 124, 130, 
X. 68, 75; in Dutch E. Indies, 
IV. 23, V. 27, VI. 156, 214, VII. 
76, 96, VIII. 54, IX. 3, 4, 135, 
X. 39, 120; in Malaya, T. 5, 18, 
34, 11. 204, III. 102, 202, IV. 67, 

VI. 125, 128, VIII. 84. 123, IX. 
73, 74, X. 58, 207 ; in Philippines, 
II. 133, III. 65; absent from 
Sumatra, V. 26; and malaria, 
I. 143, II. 133, III. 40, 50, 102, 
IV. 74, 104, VI. 2, 126, 195, 

VIII. 107, IX. 73; breeding- 
places of, II. 154, TIT. 40, 41, 
IV. 118, VI. 156, 173, VITI. 54, 

IX. 74; natural enemiies of, II. 
204, VI. 37; tail-hooks in larva 
of, X. 75; synonymy of, T. 6. 

Anopheles fuliginosus nivipes, Theo., 
in Dutch E. Indies, VTII. 56, 
IX. 173; in Malaya, I. 6, II. 46; 
anatomy of, IX. 173. 

Anopheles {*Mvzomvia) funestiis, 
Giles, in E. Africa,' VITI. 164; in 
Tropical W. Africa, 11. 27, 
133, TIT. 1, IV. 21, 44, 45, 85, 
104, 150, 161, V. 3, 45, VT. 17, 
141, 225, VII. 169, VITI. 12, 
IX. 21, 31, X. 167, 226; in 
Arabia, III. 212; in Belgian 
Congo, I. 220 ; in Madagascar, TX. 
68 ; in Nyasaland, X. 62 ; re- 
corded in error from Philippines, 

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II. 133, III. 65; in Zanzibar, 

III. 49, VI. 123, VIII. 112; and 
malaria, II. 27, 133, III. 65, 

IV. 44, 84, 104, VI. 123, VIII. 
112 ; breeding-places of. III. 212, 

IV. 161, VIII. 12; pupa of, 

V. 167. 

Anopheles fimestus var. arabicus, 
Christ., breeding-places of, in 
Muscat, IV. 173. 

Anopheles funesius listoni, List, 
(see A. listoni). 

Anopheles {*A.) gigas, Giles, in 
Cevlon, II. 130; in India, IV. 
124. VIII. 161, X. 79; in Dutch 
E. Indies, VII. 188, IX. 173, 
X. 79; in Malava, X. 79; 
anatomy of, IX. 173, X. 75, 231 ; 
supposed larva of, VII. 183. 

Anopheles (Myzorhvnchella) gilesi, 
Neiva, in Brazil, VII. 23, IX. 6. 

Anopheles gorgasi, D. & K., in 
Panama, IV. 97. 

Anopheles (Cycloleppteron) grabhami, 
Theo., in Greater Antilles, VII. 
23; in Jamaica, II. 133, IV. 90; 
in Porto Rico, X. 59 ; and 
malaria, II. 133; breeding-places 
of, VII. 23. 

Anopheles gitttulatus, Harris (see 
A. quadrimaculatus) . 

Anopheles (*Myzomyia, Pyreto- 
phorus) hispaniola, Theo. {inyzo- 
mv! fades, Theo.), in Algeria and 
Tunisia, IV. 190, VII. 43, 123, 
X. 49, 68; variety of, X. 49; 
and malaria, IV. 104, 190. 

Anopheles {*A.) himieri, Strickl., 
described as new from Malaya, 
V. 10 ; a synonym of A . separa- 
tus, q.v. 

Anopheles [Dendropaediwm, *Nys- 
sorhynchiis) hylephilus, D. & K., 
described as new, V. 82 ; in 
Central America, V. 82, VII. 23; 
in Dutch Guiana, X. 76 ; in 
Panama, X. 11 ; breeding-places 
of, X. 11. 

Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchus) hyr- 
canus, Pall, {nigerrimus, Giles, 
pseudopichis, Gr., sinensis, Wied.), 
in Albania, VI. 175; in S.-W. 
Asia, IX. 13; in Balkans, VI. 
117, 162, 201, VII. 78, 141, 
VIII. 90, IX, 20, 91, 177; in 
Burma, III. 222; in Ceylon, II. 
130, VIII. 50; in China, I. 232, 
II. 28, 133, III. 141; in Cochin 
China, I. 198; not recorded from 
Egypt, IX. 99 ; in Formosa, VI. 
50 ; in France, IX. 49 ; in 
Germany, IX. 35 ; in Greece, 



V. 87; in India, II. 40, 41, 50, 
IV. 118, VI. 195, IX. 6, 124, 130, 

X. 68; in Dutch E. Indies, IV. 
23, V. 26, 27, VI. 53, 110, 156, 
213, 214, VII. 76, 96, 97, 183, 

VIII. 54, 152, IX. 3, 4, 135, 136, 
173, X. 5, 38, 39, 150, 179 ; new 
mosquito resembling, in Japan, 

IX. 117; in Malaya, I. 6, 18, 34, 
229, II. 46, 202, 204, III. 102, 
202, IV. 54, 67, V. 10, VIII. 80, 
84, 85, 123, IX. 73, 74, X. 57, 
58, 153, 207 ; in Mesopotamia, 
VIII. Ill, IX. 146; in Palestine, 

VIII. 51, IX. 99, X. 209; in 
Philippines, II. 133, HI. 65-67, 
214; in Rumania, VI. 191, 192; 
in Russia, II. 108, X. 10; and 
malaria. III. 102, 202, IV. 104, 

VI. 27, 192, VIII. 80, IX. 177, 

X. 38, 39, 179 ; experiments in 
transmission of malaria by, VI. 
126, VIII. 135, 136, IX. 35; 
anatomy of, IX. 173; breeding- 
places of, IV. 118, VI. 162, 201, 

VII. 183, VIII. 54, IX. 73, 74, 
99, 135, 136, X. 38, 57, 58, 150 ; 
value of fish against, X. 209 ; 
natural enemies of, II. 204, VIII. 
123 ; control of, in ricefields, 
X. 195 ; tail-hooks in larva of, 
X. 75; synonymy of, I. 6, VIII. 
49 ; placed in subgenus Myzo- 
rJiynchiis, I. 131. 

Anopheles hyrcanus {pseudopichis) 
var. flerowi, Portch., and malaria 
in Turkestan, I. 196. 

Anopheles hyrcanus [sinensis) var. 
mesopotamiae, Christ., described 
as new. III. 212 ; in Mesopotamia, 
III. 212, IV. 172, VII. 102, 

IX. 159 ; a possible carrier of 
Baghdad boil, VII. 102. 

Anopheles hyrcanus var. peditaeni- 

atus, Leic, in Malaya, X. 58, 207. 
Anopheles hyrcanus var. vanns, 

Theo., in Mesopotamia, IX. 159. 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia) inimacula- 

tus, Theo. {flaviis, Swellgr.), in 

Dutch E. Indies, VI. 214, IX. 

173 ; previously recorded as A . 

flavus, VI. 214, VIII. 176, IX. 

173 ; probably a form of A . 

vagus, IX. 133 ; anatomy of, 

VII. 56, IX. 173. 
Anopheles indefinitus, Ludl. (see 

A. vagus). 
Anopheles [*Myzomyia) indiensis, 

Theo., in Hong Kong, HI. 141, 

VI. 50. 
Anopheles {*A., Arribalzagia, Cyclo- 
leppteron) intermedins, Chagas, in 



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Brazil, VII. 23, IX. 6; and 
malaria, IX. 6. 

Anopheles jamesi, List, (see A. 

fuliginosiis) . 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Nyssorhyn- 

chus) jamesi, Theo., in Ceylon, 

II. 130, VIII. 50; in India, II. 
192, 193, 194, III. 40, 42, IV. 
124, VIII. 5, IX. 6, 124, X. 67; 
m Dutch E. Indies, VII. 76, 96, 
VIII. 56, IX. 173; tail-hooks in 
larva of, X. 75. 

Anopheles jesoensis, Tsuzuki (see 
A . hyrcanus) . 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Pyreto- 
phorits) jevporensis, Theo., in 
Hong Kong, III. 141, VI. 50; in 
India, I. 218, II. 192, 193, III. 
41, IV. 124 ; breeding-places of, 

III. 41. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Nyssorhyn- 
chus) karwari, James, in Hong 
Kong, III. 141, VI. 50; in India, 

II. 193, III. 42, IX. 6; in Dutch 
E. Indies, V. 26, 27, VII. 184, 
VIII. 54, X. 39; in Malaya, I. 
6, 18, 34, II. 202. III. 102, IV. 67, 
VI. 125, 126, VIII. 84, 85, IX. 74, 
134, X. 58, 207; experimentally 
infected with malaria, VI. 126; 
not a proven carrier of malaria, 

III. 102; natural enemies of, II. 
204 ; breeding-places of, VII. 
184, IX. 74, 134, X. 58; synony- 
my of, I. 6. 

Anopheles {Cellia, *Myzomyia) 
kochi, Don., in Borneo, III. 11, 

IV. 73; in Burma, III. 50; in 
Dutch E. Indies, IV. 23, V. 27, 
VI. 53, 110, 156, 213, 214, VII. 
76, 96, 97, 184, VIII. 53, 54, 
IX 3, 4, 135, 136, X. 5, 38, 39, 
120; in Malaya, I. 6, 18, II. 46, 
202, III. 10, 102, IV. 67, VI. 126, 
VIII. 84, IX. 74, X. 207; in 
Philippines, III. 65 ; and malaria, 
X. 38 ; experimental! V infected 
with malaria, VI. 126^ VII. 97, 

VIII. 135, 136, IX. 136; probably 
not a carrier of malaria, II. 133, 

III. 102; breeding-places of, III. 
11, VII. 184, VIII. 54, IX. 74, 
136, X. 207; synonymy of, I. 6. 

Anopheles leitcopus, Don. (see A. 

fitliginostis). 
Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Neomyzom- 

yia) leucosphyrus , Don. {elegans, 

James), in Borneo, III. 11, IV. 

73; in India, II. 193, IV. 124, 

IX. 6, X. 67 ; in Dutch E. Indies, 

IV. 23, V. 26, 27, VI. 110, 156, 
VII. 76, 184, VIII. 55, 152, IX. 



135, X. 5; in Malaya, I. 6, II. 
102, III. 102, V. 54, VIII. 84, 
IX. 74, X. 57, 58; and malaria, 
IV. 73, V. 26, IX. 74, X. 5; 
not experimentally transmitting 
malaria, VIII. 135; breeding- 
places of, V. 54, VII. 76, 184, 

IX. 74, X. 57 ; synonymy of, I. 6. 
Anopheles leucosphyrus hackeri, 

Edw., probably not a distinct 

variety, IX. 133. 
Anopheles lewisi, Ludl., described 

as new from Siberia, VIII. 207; 

a synonym of A. maculipennis, 

q.v. 
Anopheles {*A.) lindesayi, Giles, in 

India, IV. 124, VIII. 161, IX. 

117, X. 79; anatomy of, VI. 

208. 
Anopheles {*Mvzo'mvia) listoni, List., 

in Ceylon, II. 130, VIII. 50; in 

Formosa, III. 102, VI. 50; in 

India, I. 218, II. 192, 193, III. 

40, 41, 102, IV. 74, 118, VI. 2, 

195, IX. 6, X. 67, 75 ; in Malaya, 

III. 202; and malaria, I. 218, 

III. 102, 202, IV. 74, 104, VI. 2, 
195; breeding-places of, 1. 218, 

IV. 118 ; tail-hooks in larva of, 

X. 75. 

Anopheles listoni alboapicalis, Theo, 
(see A. niinimus aconitus). 

Anopheles (*Myzoniyia) ludlowi, 
Theo., in Andamans, I. 51, III. 
102; in Borneo, III. 11, IV. 73; 
in Formosa, VI. 50; in India, 
II. 194, IV. 74, 118, IX. 6, X. 67 ; 
in Dutch E. Indies, IV. 23, 130, 

V. 26, 27, VI. 53, 156, 213, 214, 

VII. 96, 97, 98, 184, VIII. 53, 55, 
135, 152, 153, IX. 4, 36, 114, 130, 
131, 173, X. 38, 39, 95, 113, 
150, 151, 152; in Malaya, I. 6, 
34, III. 102, IV. 54, VI. 124, 

VIII. 80, 123, IX. 74, X. 58, 207; 
in Philippines, II. 70, HI. 65 ; and 
filariasis, X. 95 ; and malaria, 
I. 51, 11. 133, HI. 102, IV. 54, 

73, 74, V. 26, VI. 124, VII. 96, 
97, 98, VIII. 80, 135, 153, IX. 4, 
36, 74, 114, 130, 131, 205, X 5, 
38, 39, 150, 151 ; breeding-places 
of, I. 51, H. 70, IV. 130, V. 142, 
VII. 184, VIII. 53, 55, 123, IX. 

74, X. 150 ; early stages of, 
HI. 117; anatomy of, IX. 173; 
reproductive capacity of, X. 207 ; 
A . subpictiis distinct from, X. 113. 

Anopheles {*A.) lukisi, Christ., 
described as new from Mesopo- 
tamia, IV. 172; a synonym of 
A. algeriensis, q.v. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchella) 
lutzi, Cruz, in Brazil, VI. 90, 
VII. 23, IX. 6 ; in Dutch Guiana, 
X. 76 ; and malaria, IX. 6 ; 
bionomics of, VI. 90. 

AnopJieles lutzi, Flu, doubt as to 
identity of, X. 76. 

Anopheles lutzi, Theo., Kerieszia 
boliviensis confused with, VII. 
25 ; a synonym of A . criizi, q.v. 

Anopheles {Manguinhosia) lutzi, 
Theo. (see A. peryassui). 

Anopheles l*Myzomyia, Nyssorhyn- 
ch'us) niaculatus , Theo., in Borneo, 

III. 11, IV. 73; in Ceylon, II. 
46, 130, VIII. 50, IX. 147; in 
Hong Kong, II. 46, III. 141, 

VI. 50; in India, II. 46, 193, 

IV. 74, 124, VI. 195, VIII. 5, 

IX. 6, X. 68, 208; in Dutch E. 
Indies, II. 46, 111, IV. 23, V. 27, 

VII. 76, 184, VIII. 53, 54; in 
Malaya, I. 6, II. 46, 202, III. 102, 
202, IV 67, M. 125, 126, 222, 

VIII. 84, 85, IX. 74, 134, X. 57, 
58, 207, 208; m Philippines, III. 
65, 214; and malaria, II. 46, 

III. 102, 214, IV. 67, 73, 74, 

VI. 126, 222, VIII. 5, 85, IX. 
147; breeding-places of, II. 202, 

VII. 184, VIII. 53, 84, IX. 74, 
134, X. 57 ; reproductive capacity 
of, X. 207 ; tail-hooks in larva 
of, IX. 134, X. 75, 208; sy- 

. nonymy of, I. 6. 
AnopJieles {*Myzoniyia) maculipal- 
pis, Giles, in E. Africa, VIII. 
164; in India, II. 193, HI. 41, 
50, 102, IV. 74, 124, VI. 2, VIII. 
5, X. 75; rare in Mauritius, 

X. 25; and malaria, III. 102, 

IV. 74, 104, VI. 2, VIII. 5; 
breeding-places of. III. 41; tail- 
hooks in lar\'a of, X. 75, 208. 

Anopheles {*A.) niaculipennis, Mg. 
{lewisi, Ludl., occidentalis. Say, 
selengensis, Ludl., Culex claviger, 
F. et auct. nee Mg.), in Aegean 
Islands, VII. 148; in Albania, 

V. 144, VI. 175, VII. 138, VIII. 
87, IX. 89; in Algeria, I. 114, 
VII. 43, X. 49, 70, 100; distribu- 
tion of, in the Alps, VII. 16; in 
Alsace, VII. 53, 69 ; in S.W. Asia, 

IX. 13; in Astrakhan, III. 69; 
in Austria, IX. 172; in Belgium, 

VI. 4, IX. 193; in Britain, V. 
187, VI. 31, 175, VII. 33, 64, 
109, 110, 132, 190, VIII 125, 
139, 177, 192, 193, IX. 16, 32, 
118, 196, X. 16, 80, 86, 105, 165 ; 
in Bulgaria, IX. 177 ; in Canada, 



VI. 23, 106, 166, X. 19, 64; in 

Corsica, IX. 152, X. 70, 71; in 
Crete, IX. 82; in Denmark, VII. 
172, IX. 83, 153, 154, 200, X. 201 ; 
probably recorded in error from 
Egypt, VIII. 35; in Finland, 
X. 165; in Formosa, VI. 21; in 
France, II. 173, 180, IV. 101, 

V. 148, 188, 189, VI. 23, 24, 
190, 206, 230-235, VII. 41, 59, 
79, 99, 122, 146, VIII. 39, 40, 
67, 82, 141, 144, 211, 219, IX. 37, 
49, 114, 193, X. 3, 37, 70, 71, 
100; in Germany, II. 78, VI. 
56, 212, VII. 69, VIII. 27, 28, 
29, 62, 63, 121, 135, 169, 171, 
172, 213, 214, IX. 29, 30, 35, 68, 
69, 184, 193, X 6, 36, 51, 128, 
192; in Greece, V. 87, VIII. 87; 
in Holland, X. 20-22, 113, 151, 

200, 201; in India, HI. 40; m 
Italy, I. 40, HI. 1, VII. 156, 
VIII. 140, 192, 221-224, IX. 143, 
167, X. 32, 52, 99, 119; in 
Macedonia, V. 87, 99, VI. 71, 
72, 117, 162, 191, 201, VII. 34, 
78, 141, VIII. 87, 90, IX. 20, 91, 
192, X. 9, 10, 18, 70; m Mexico, 
IV. 59; in Morocco, HI. 143, 

IV. 85, V. 156, VII. 138; in 
Rumania, VI. 191, 192. 193; in 
Russia, II. 108, V. 84, X. 10, 22; 
{leivisi, selengensis) in Siberia, 

VIII. 207; in Spain, VI. 216, 
X. 34; m Sweden, VII. 157, 
X. 87; in Switzerland, V. 42, 

VI. 52, 172, X. 7, 8, 92; in 
Transylvania, X. 90 ; in Turk- 
estan, I. 196; in U.S.A., I. 22, 
98, 118, I\ . 160, V. 142, VI. 7, 

65, 66, 210, VIII. 130, IX. 33, 

66, X. 64, 65, 165; conveying 
filariasis, HI. 5; transmission of 
flagellates by, II. 54, 201 ; and 
malaria, I. 196, II. 133, IV. 104, 

V. 49, 84, 99, 142, 156, 187, 188, 

VI. 4, 23, 24, 31, 56, 66, 101, 106, 

117, 162, 175, 190, 191, 192, 193, 

201, 206, 230-235, VII. 33, 43, 
64, 110, 132, 156, VIII. 40, 87, 
125, 130, 140, 143, 169, 192, 214, 

IX. 32, 33, 35, 37, 68, 69, 93, 

118, 152, 172, 177, X. 9, 10, 
20-22, 65, 70, 71, 90, 100, 101, 
113, 200, 201, 202; malarial 
parasites unable to hibernate in, 
VI. 101 ; comparatively non- 
susceptible to malignant tertian 
malaria, IX. 35 ; factors influ- 
encing malarial infection in, X. 
90 ; hibernation of Plasmodium 
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55 



trypanosomes in, X. 99 ; hibern- 
ation of, I. 40, V. 42, VI. 172, 

VII. 78, 172, VIII. 27, 28, 177, 
223, X. 65, 192, 200; breeding- 
places of, 1. 98, III. 1, IV. 160, 

V. 148, VI. 23, 172, VII. 122, 
146, 172, 190, VIII. 67, 192, 211, 
214, 219, 223, IX. 68, 91, 143, 
X. 7, 16, 71, 86, 105 ; on ships, 
IV. 59; flight habits of, VII. 
79; natural enemies of, I. 134, 
187, VI. 2, 79, X. 128, 165, 201 ; 
swarming of, IX. 28, 200; de- 
velopment of eggs in, IX. 196 ; 
effect of feeding habits on races 
of, X. 32, 53-54, 100, 101, 202, 
228 ; relation of, to domestic ani- 
mals, VIII. 35, 141-144, IX. 83, 
114, 152, 153, 154, X. 3, 6, 32, 
34, 35, 49, 52, 89; other bi- 
onomics of, VII. 41, 59, VIII. 39, 
62, 172, 222, IX. 69, 193, X. 
6, 21, 36, 49, 89, 90; anatomy 
of, VI. 208; male genitalia of, 

VIII. 97; maxillary armature 
of, X. 100, 101, 202, 229; 
thoracic appendages of larva of, 
X. 80; egg of, X. 51, 61; 
oviposition of, IX. 66 ; effect of 
neutral salts on, IX. 184 ; effect 
of picric acid on larva of, VII. 
175 ; measures against, X. 8, 65, 
89-90, 163, 193-195; synonymy 
of, VI. 163, X. 18; A. elutus 
previously recorded as a variety 
of, VII. 5, VIII. 51, 91, IX. 98, 
146, 159; described as A. lew is i 
and selengensis . spp. n., VIII. 207. 

Anopheles {*A., Arribalzagia, Cyclo- 
leppteron) maculipes, Theo., in 
Argentina, VIII. 107; in Brazil, 
VII. 23, IX. 6; in Venezuela, 
X. 183 ; and malaria, IX. 6. 

Anopheles malefactor, D. & K. (see 
A . punctimacula) . 

Anopheles mangy ana, Banks (see 
A. minimus). 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) mayshalli, 
Theo., in W. Africa, VI. 16, 17, 
38; in Madagascar, IX. 68; 
breeding-places of, VI. 38; pupa 
of, V. 167. 

Anopheles i*Myzomyia, Nyssorhyn- 
chus) mastersi, Skuse, var. mo- 
luccensis, Mahulette, described as 
new from Ceram, X. 179 ; and 
malaria, X. 179 ; possibly a 
synonym of A. piinctulatus, X. 
179. 

Anopheles (*A.) mattogrossensis, 
Peryassu, only occurring in Brazil, 

VI. 91, IX. 6. 



A nopheles {*A., Myzorhynchus) maitr- 
itianus, Grp. {argyropus, Swellgr.), 
in S. Africa, IV. 120, IX. 128 ; in 
W. Africa, IV. 66, V. 39, VI. 73, 
225, VIII. 217, X. 226; in 
Egvpt, III. 10, VI. 177, VIII. 
35, X. 27 ; ? in Dutch E. Indies, 
V. 27; in Madagascar, IX. 68; 
in Mauritius, X. 225 ; in Nyasa- 
land, X. 62; in Palestine, VIII. 
51, IX. 99 ; in Zanzibar, VI. 133, 

VIII. 112; probably not trans- 
mitting malaria, VI. 177, VIII. 
35, X. 225 ; breeding-places of, 
X. 27; pupa of, V. 167; sv- 
nonymy of, VIII. 55, X. 18; 
placed in subgenus Myzorhyn- 
chus, I. 131. 

Anopheles {*A., Arribalzagia, Cyclo- 
leppteron) mediopunciatus, Theo., 
in Brazil, VI. 91, VII. 23, IX. 
6 ; in Dutch Guiana, X. 76 ; in 
Trinidad, V. 60 ; and malaria, 

IX. 6 ; breeding-places of, X. 76. 
Anopheles (^Myzomyia) minimus, 

Theo. [fehrifer, Banks), in Hong 
Kong, III. i41, VI. 50; in India, 
IV. 74; in Dutch E. Indies, VII 
76, 184; in Philippines, II. 70» 
III. 65-67, 91, 214, VI. 142, VII. 
193, VIII. 94; and malaria. III. 
67, 91, 214, IV. 74; breeding- 
places of, V. 142; larva of, VII. 
184, X. 75; swarming of, VIII. 
94; synonymy of. III. 229; 
described as A. flavirostris, sp. n., 
II. 70. 

Anopheles minimus aconitus, Don. 
(listoni. List. var. alboapicalis, 
Theo., albirostris, Theo.), in 
Burma, III. 50; in Ceylon, II. 
130, VIII. 50; in India, III. 41» 
IX. 124 ; in Dutch E. Indies, IV. 
23, V. 27, VI. 110, 156, 213, 214, 
VII. 76, 96, 98, 183, VIII. 54, 
IX. 3, 4, X. 38, 120 ; in Malava, 
II. 34, 46, 47, III 102, 202, IV. 
67, VI. 125, VIII. 84, 123, IX. 
73, 74, X. 58, 152, 207; and 
malaria. III. 102, 202, VI. 125, 
IX. 3, 73, X. 38, 120 ; breeding- 
places of, II. 27, VI. 156, VII. 
183, IX. 73, 74, 124, X. 58, 152; 
reproductive capacity of, X. 207 ; 
larva of, III. 228; systematic 
position of, VIII. 54, 55. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) multicolor, 
Camb. {chaudovei, Theo.), in N. 
Africa, III. 143 [turkhudi), VI. 
141, VII. 84, 123; in Egvpt, VI. 
177 {turkhudi), VIII. 35 {turk- 
hudi), IX. 98; {turkhudi) variety 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



of, in Egypt, X. 27 ; {tuvklmdi) in 

Palestine, VIII. 51, IX. 99, X. 

28; in Sahara, II. 198, VI. 201; 

and malaria, VI. 201, VIII. 35 

(turkhudi), IX. 98, X. 27 {turk' 

hudi) ; breeding-places of. III. 

143 [turklmdi), VI. 141, IX. 99; 

A. turkhudi considered distinct 

from, VI. 201. 
Anopheles {*-Myzomyia, Pyretophor- 

jts) myzomyifacies, Theo. (see A. 

hispaniola). 
Anopheles [*Myzomyia) natalensis, 

Hill & Haydon, in Cape Colony, 

IX. 128. 

Anopheles {*A., Deiidropaediitm) 
neivai, H., D. & K., described as 
new, V. 82 ; in Costa Rica, X. 
31; in Panama, V. 82, VII. 23, 

X. 11. 

Anopheles nigerrinuis, Giles (see A. 

hyrcanus) . 
Anopheles nigrans, Stanton (see A, 

karwari) . 
Anopheles {*A., Coelodiazesis) ni- 

gripes, Staeg. (see A. plitmbeiis). 
Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchella) ni- 

gritarsis, Chagas, in Brazil, VII. 

23, IX. 6. 
Anopheles (*Myzomyia) nili, Theo., 

in W. Africa, VI. 17, 225. 
Anopheles {*A., Stethomyia) nimbus, 

Theo., in Brazil, VI. 90, 91, VII. 

23, IX. 6 ; in Dutch Guiana, X. 

76; in Trinidad, V. 60; and 

malaria, IX. 6 ; bionomics of, 

VI. 91. 
Anopheles niveopalpis, Ludl., de- 
scribed as new from Panama, 

VIII. 95 ; a synonym of A . eiseni, 
q.v. 

Anopheles nivipes, Theo. (see A. 

fuUginosits var. nivipes). 
Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchus) 

noviimbrosus, Strickl. (similis, 

Strickl.), described as new, V. 10; 

in Malaya, V. 10, 81, VIII. 84, 

IX. 74; in Sumatra, IX. 135, 
136; and malaria, IX. 74; 
breeding-places of, IX. 74 ; de- 
scribed as A. similis, sp. n., V. 
81. 

Ai70pheles {*Myzomyia, Pyretophor- 
us) mtrsei, Theo. (see A . super- 
pi ctus). 

Anopheles occidentalis, D. & K. 
(see A. maciilipennis). 

Anopheles palestinensis, Theo. (see 
A . superpictus) . 

Anopheles {Stethomyia) pallidiis, 
Ludl. (see A. aitkeni). 

Anopheles {*Myzo>nyia) pallidiis, 



Theo. ifowleri, Christ.), in India, 
III. 40, 42, IV. 118, IX. 130, 
X. 79 ; breeding-places of, IV. 
118. 

A nopheles {Myzorhynchus) paludis, 
Theo. (see A. mauritianus). 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) parangensis, 
Ludl., described as new from 
Philippines, II. 187. 

A nopheles {*A., Myzorhynchella) 
parvus, Chagas, in Brazil, VI. 90, 
VII. 23, IX. 6; and malaria, 

IX. 6. 

Anopheles peditaeniatus, Leic. (see 
A. hyrcanus peditaeniatus). 

Anopheles {*A., Manguinhosia) per- 
yassui, D. & K., in Brazil, VII. 
23, IX. 6 ; in Dutch Guiana, 

X. 76 ; synonymy of, X. 76. 
Anopheles {Cellia, *Myzomyia) phar- 

oensis, Theo., in W. Africa, V. 
3, 45, VI. 17, IX. 31, X. 167; in 
S. W. Asia, IX. 13; in Egypt, 

III. 10, VI. 176, VIII. 35, IX. 99, 
X. 27; at Khartoum, VII. Ill; 
in Madagascar, VI. 157, IX. 68, 
90 ; in Nyasaland, X. 62 ; in 
Palestine, VIII. 51, 60, IX. 99, 
X. 169; and malaria. III. 10, 

IV. 104, VI. 176, VIII. 60, IX. 
90, 99, X. 27, 169; a doubtful 
carrier of malaria, VIII. 35, X. 
167; breeding-places of, X. 27; 
pupa of, V. 167. 

Anopheles {*Myzoniyia) philippin- 
ensis, Ludl., in Philippines, III. 
65. 

Anopheles {Cellia, *Nyssorhynchus) 
pictipennis, Phil. {albitarsis, 
Arrib.), in Argentina, VII. 24, 

IX. 5, X. 13, 14; in Brazil, IX. 
5; in Chile, VII. 24 ; and malaria, 

X. 13; bionomics of, X. 43; 
synonymy of, IX. 5. 

Anopheles pictus, Lw. (see A. hyr- 
canus) . 

Anopheles pitchfordi, Giles, in Philip- 
pines, III. 65. 

Anopheles {*A., Coelodiazesis) plum- 
beus, Hal. {nigripes, Staeg.), in 
S. W. Asia, IX. 13; in Britain, 

V. 52, VI. 175, VII. 33, 65, 110, 
190, VIII. 13, 96, 139, 156, 192, 
193, IX. 23, 118, X. 16, 77, 105; 
in Denmark, VII. 172, IX. 154; 
in France, VI. 206, VII. 29, 41, 
59, 79, 99, IX. 38, 49; in Ger- 
many, I. 41, II. 78, IV. 16, VII. 
69, VIII. 27, 135, 172, 213, 214, 
IX. 30, 68, 184, X. 51, 192; in 
Holland, X. 200; in Macedonia, 
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in Switzerland, III. 1 (iiii;i'aiis in 
error), 224, V. 42, XI. 52, 172, 
X. 7 ; experimentally infected 
with malaria, VII. 160, MU. 96, 

IX. 23 ; breeding-places of, I\'. 
16, V. 42, 52, VI. 172, ML 33, 

VIII. 96, 156, 214, IX. 30, 38, 
68, X. 105, 192; hibernation of, 
VII. 65, VIII. 27, IX. 30, X. 7; 
egg of, I. 41, X. 51, 61 ; larva of, 
VI. 206; male genitalia of, VIII. 
97 ; suitable for breeding in 
laboratory, IX. 115 ; characters 
differentiating from A . bifurcatiis, 

X. 76, 132. 

Anopheles plmnbeus, auct. (see A. 

barianensis) . 
Anopheles {*Myzomvia) pretoriensis, 

Theo., in Arabia, III. 212, IX. 

12; in Gold Coast, VIII. 12; 

breeding-places of, VIII. 12. 
Anopheles {*A.) pseiidobarbirostris, 

Ludl. (see A. bancrofti). 
Anopheles {*A., Arribalzagia, Cy- 

cloleppteron) pseudoiuaciilipes, 

Chagas, in Brazil, VII. 23, IX. 6; 

and malaria, IX. 6. 
Anopheles pseudopictits, Gr. (see A. 

hyrcanus) . 
Anopheles {*A.) psendopunctipennis, 

Theo. {franciscanus, McCrack.), 

in Tropical America, VII. 23; 

in Argentina, VIII. 107, IX. 5, 

X. 13, 43; in Panama, IV. 97, 

98, V. 1, 34, VII. 127, VIII. 

197, IX. 108, X. 11 ; in Trinidad, 

V. 60; in U.S.A., IV. 160, V. 

142, VI. 70, VII. 163, VIII. 78, 

93, 187, IX. 33, 66, X. 64, 65; 

in Venezuela, IX. 5, 13, X. 62; 

a slight or doubtful carrier of 

malaria, II. 133, IV. 104, V. 

142, VI. 70, VII. 163, VIII. 93; 

breeding-places of, IV. 160, VII. 

23, X. 65 ; oviposition of, IX. 66. 
Anopheles pseudowillmori, Theo. (see 

A. maciilatus). 
Anopheles {Cellia, *Myzomyia) 

pulcherrimus, Theo., I. 131; in 

S.W. Asia, IX. 13; in India, III. 

40, 162, VI. 2, 195, 196, IX. 6, 

X. 68, 75; in Mesopotamia, III. 

212, VI. 177, VII. 102, VIII. Ill, 

IX. 146, 159 ; on a ship in Persian 
Gulf, VI. 129; in Turkestan, I. 
193-196 ; a possible carrier of 
Baghdad boil, VII. 102; and 
malaria, I. 193-196 ; breeding- 
places of, I. 194, VIII. Ill, IX. 
146. 

Anopheles {*A.) punctibasis, Edw., 



described as new from Japan, X. 
18. 
Anopheles {*A., Arribalzagia) puncti- 
niacula, D. & K. {malefactor, 
D. & K.), in Panama, IV. 97, 98, 

V. 1, 34, VII. 23, 127, VIII. 197, 

IX. 108, X. 11 ; in Trinidad, V. 
59 ; breeding-places of, V. 142 ; 
A. venezuelae possibly a variety 
of, X. 182. 

Anopheles {*A.) pitnctipennis, Say, 
in Canada, III. 155, VI. 166, X. 
19, 64; in U.S.A., I. 98, 118, II. 
71, 162, III. 79, 80, 128, 182, 213, 
IV. 53, 61, 76, 77, 90, 92, 136, 

152, 160, 170, 175, 180, V. 101, 
133, 134, 156, 161, 184, VI. 6, 70, 
154, VII. 23, 47-49, 63, 74, 88, 
130, 163, 169, 185, VIII. 14, 78, 
93. 94, 178, 187, 194, IX. 66, 138, 
179, X. 29, 64, 65, 93, 107, 108, 
148, 203; in Venezuela, IX. 13; 
a slight or doubtful carrier of 
malaria, II. 71, 133, VI. 154, VII. 
49, 63, 88, 185, VI 11. 93 ; a carrier 
of Plasmodium u/vax but not of 
P. falciparimi, IV. 53, 76, 90, 92, 
136, 152, 175, V. 133, 156, 184; 
survival of malarial parasite in, 

X. 148 ; breeding-places of, 
II. 71, III. 79, 128,^ IV. 170, V. 
101, VII. 88, VIII. 94, 178, IX. 
138, X. 29, 65, 93, 108, 203; 
oviposition of, IX. 66 ; food of 
larva of, VII. 169; parasite of 
larva of, X. 107 ; hibernation of, 
VII. 130; thermotropism in, VII. 
63 ; antennae of, IX. 35. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Neomyzo- 
ntvia) pimctulatus , Don., I. 6; 
in Borneo, III. 11. IV. 73; in 
Ceylon, II. 130, VIII. 50; in 
Formosa, VI. 50; in India, II. 
192; in Dutch E. Indies, V. 27, 

VI. 110, 156, 213, VII. 76, 96, 97, 
184, VIII. 135, 152, IX. 3, 4, 135, 
X. 5, 38, 39 ; recorded in error 
from Malaya, III. 102; in New 
Guinea, III. 153, X. 149; and 
malaria, II. 130, IV. 73, VII. 
97, VIII. 135, X. 38; breeding- 
places of, VII. 184; A. mastersi 
var. moluccensis possibly a 
synonym of, X. 179. 

Anopheles punctitlatus [annulipes) 
var. moluccensis, Sw., in Malay 
Archipelago, VIII. 54, 136, 152, 

153, IX. 172, X. 149, 172, 179; 
systematic position of, IX. 133, 
X. 149; anatomy of, IX. 173. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) punctulatus 
var. orientalis, Sw. & Sw. de G., 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



described as new on larval charac- 
ters, VIII. 136; in Dutch E. 
Indies. VIII. 136, 152, 153; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 153. 
Anopheles {*A.) quadrimaculatus, 
Sav, in Canada, VII. 23, VIII. 
140, X. 19; in U.S.A., II. 162, 

III. 21, 79, 80, 81, 182, 183, 213, 

IV. 76, 77, 136, 152, 180, V. 101, 
133, 134, 142, 156, 161, VI. 70, 
137, 146, 154, VII. 23, 47, 48, 63, 
74, 88, 163, 169, 185, VIII. 58, 
64, 78, 93, 94, 125, 178, 194, IX. 
117, 138, 179, X. 29, 46, 93, 148, 
203, 228; and malaria, II. 162, 

III. 79, 80, 81, 213, IV. 76, 136, 

152, V 142, 156, VI. 6, VII. 88, 

153, VIII. 93, IX. 179; effect of 
temperature on malarial parasites 
in, V. 73, 183, 184, VI. 32; 
seasonal infection of, with malaria, 
VII. 185; longevity of, when 
infected with malaria, VIII. 188, 
IX. 148; breeding-places of. III. 
21, 79, IV. 180, V. 101, VI. 154, 

VII. 48, 74, 88, VIII. 94, IX. 117, 
138, X. 29 ; food of larva of, VII. 
169 ; parasite of larva of, X. 82 ; 
flight of, V. 134, VIII. 64. 

Anopheles {*Myzomvia) rhodesiensis, 
Theo., in W. Africa, IV. 44, 45, 
VI. 17; in Arabia, III. 212. IV. 
173, IX. 13; in India, III. 212, 
VI. 2, X. 75; in Mesopotamia, 
IX. 159; possibly a carrier of 
malaria, IV. 44; breeding-places 
of, IV. 173. 

Anopheles rossi, Giles (see A. sub- 
p ictus). 

Anopheles rossi indefinitus, Ludl. 
(see A. vagus). 

Anopheles {*Mvzonivia) rufipes, 
Gough, in W. Africa, VI. 17, VII. 
169, VIII. 12; breeding-places of, 

VIII. 12. 

Anopheles sacharovii, in S. Russia, 
II. 108. 

Anopheles {*Myzoinyia) schiiffneri, 
Stant., described as new, III. 
117; in Dutch E. Indies, III. 102, 
117, IV. 23, V. 27, VI. 156, VII. 
76, X. 120. 

Anopheles selengensis, Ludl., de- 
scribed as new from Siberia, VIII. 
207 ; a synonym of A . maculi- 
pennis, q.v. 

Anopheles {*A.) separatus, Leic. 
ihiinteri, Strickl.), ,in Borneo, 

IV. 73; in Malava, I. 18, V. 10, 
VI. 126, VIII. 84, IX. 74; and 
malaria, IV. 73 ; not a proven 
carrier of malaria, VI. 126; 



breeding-places of, IX. 74 ; de- 
scribed as A . hunteri, sp. n., V. 10 ; 
synonymy of, IX. 73. 

Anopheles (*Myzomyia) sergenti, 
Theo., in Algeria, VI. 177; in 
Egypt, VI. 177, VIII. 35; in 
Sahara, VII. 123; and malaria, 
VI. 177. 

Anopheles similis, Strickl., described 
as new from Malaya, VI. 81 ; a 
synonym of A. novumbrosits, q.v. 

Anopheles {*A.) simlensis, James & 
List., in India, VIII. 31. 

Anopheles {Myzorhynchus) sinensis^ 
Wied. (see A. hyrcanus). 

Anopheles (Cellia, *Myzomyia) 
squamosals, Theo. [tananarivensis ,. 
Ventr.), in S. Africa, IX. 128;. 
in W. Africa, VI. 17; probably 
recorded in error from Egypt, 
lil. 10, VIII. 35; in Madagascar, 
VI. 157, IX. 68, 90; in Zanzibar, 
VI. 123, VIII. 112; and malaria, 

IX. 90. 

Anopheles (*Myzomyia, Neocellia) 
stcphensi, List., in Arabia, IV. 
173. VIII. 13; in India, I. 1. 142, 
TI 154, 191, 192, III. 39, 40, 41, 
102, 162, IV 74, VI. 2, 195, 196, 
VIII. 106, IX 6, 124, 125, 130, 

X. 67. 75, 79; in Mesopotamia, 
III. 212, VIII. Ill, IX. 146, 159; 
failure to infect with leishmania- 
sis, I. 1, IV. 103; and malaria, 

I. 142, III. 102. 162, IV. 74, 104, 
VI. 3, VIII 107, 111, IX. 124, 
125, 146, 159 ; breeding-places of, 

II. 154, III. 39, 41; tail-hooks in 
larva of, X. 75. 

Anopheles {*A.) stigmaticus, Skuse 
(corethroides, Theo.) in Australia, 
II. 149, IX. 147. 

Anopheles {*A., Avvibalzagia) strigi- 
maciila, D. & K., in Mexico, VII. 
23. 

Anopheles [*Myzomyia, Pseiido- 
myzomyia) subpictus, Grassi [rossi, 
Giles), in Andamans, I. 51; iii 
Burma, III. 232; in Ceylon, II. 
70, 130, VIII. 50; in Cochin 
China, IT. 198; in India, I. 79, 
144, II. 142, 153, 191, 192, 193, 
ITT. 39, 41, 42, 50, 66, 162, IV. 
74, 118, 124, V. 39, VI. 2, 173, 
195, VIII. 5. 106, 107, IX. 6, 124, 
130, X. 67, 75, 180 ; in Philippines, 

II. 153, III. 65, 67, 229, V. 142, 
VI. 193, VIII. 94; transmitting 
filariasis. II. 133, 155, VIII. 107, 
X. 95, 180; a slight or doubtful 
carrier of malaria, I. 51, II. 153, 

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142, VI. 173, 195 ; experimentally 
infected with malaria, VI. 2; 
breeding-places of, I. 144, II. 153, 

III. 39, 41, 65, 213, IV. 118, 124 ; 
effect of temperature on oviposi- 
tion of. X. 78; larva of. III. 117, 
X. 75 ; effect of calomel on larva 
of, II. 142; swarming of, VIII. 
94; synonymy of, VIII. 49; A. 
ludlowi distinct from, X. 113. 

Anopheles subpictiis var. malayensis, 
Hacker {rossi, Giles), described as 
new, IX. 73 ; in Formosa, VI. 50 ; 
in Dutch E. Indies, IV. 130, V. 

26, 27, 66, VI 53, 110, 156, 214, 
VII. 76, 96, 98, 184, VI II. 53, 55, 
152, 153, IX. 3, 4, 131, 173, X. 
95, 113, 120, 211 ; in Malava, I. 
6, 18, 34, II 46, III 102, 202, 

IV. 54, 67, VII. 84, 85, IX. 73, X. 
58, 207; a slight or doubtful 
carrier of malaria. III. 102, VI. 
214, IX. 4; probably not trans- 
mitting plague, V. 66 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 130, VIII. 53, IX. 
74 ; two types of larva of, VII. 
184; anatomy of, IX. 173; 
characters distinguishing, from 
A. vagus, X. 236. 

Anopheles [*Myzomyi a, Pyyetophorus) 
superpictus, Grassi [palestinensis, 
Theo., superpictus niacedoniensis, 
Cot & Hovasse), not observed in 
Albania, VI. 175; in Albania, 
VII. 138, VIII. 87; in S.W. Asia, 
IX. 13 ; in Bulgaria, IX. 177 ; in 
Egypt, X. 27; in Greece, V. 87, 

VII. 141, VIII. 87; in India, 
VI. 2, X. 75; in Macedonia, VI. 
72, 117, 162, 191. 201, VII 29, 34, 
78, 141, VIII. 87, 90, IX. 20, 32, 
91, 92, X. 9, 10; in Mesopotamia, 
IX. 159; in Palestine, II. 100, 

VIII. 51, IX. 98, 99, X. 28, 169; 
in S. Russia, II. 108, X. 10; in 
Turkestan, I. 196; and malaria, 
IV. 104, VI. 117, VII. 34, 141, 

IX. 32, 98, 99, 159, 177, X. 9, 10, 

27, 28, 169 ; breeding-places of, 
VI. 191, 201, VII. 78, IX. 91, 99; 
hibernation of, VII. 29, IX. 91; 
synonvmy of, VI. 72, VIII. 35, 

X. 18". 

Anopheles superpictus var. vassilievi, 
Portch., in Turkestan, I. 196. 

Anopheles (Cellia) tananarivensis, 
Ventr. (see A. sqiiamosus). 

Anopheles {*Nyssorhynchus) tarsi- 
maculatus, Goeldi, in Argentina, 
VIII. 107; in Brazil, VI. 90, X. 
175, 216 ; in British Guiana, X. 
33, 217 ; in Dutch Guiana, X. 76 ; j 



in Panama, II. 133, III. 223, IV. 
97, 98. V. 34, VII. 127, VIII. 197, 
IX. 108, X. 11, 222; m Trinidad, 

II. 24; in Venezuela, IX. 13, X. 
62; and malaria, II. 24, 133, 223, 
IV. 104, X. 76, 216; breeding- 
places of, II. 223, VII. 24, X. 33, 

217, 222; flight of, II. 223, V. 
134 ; treated as a variety of A . 
albitnanus, X. 11, 62. 

Anopheles [*Myzomyia, Neomyzom- 
yia) tessellatiis, Theo., in For- 
mosa, VI. 50 ; in Hong Kong, III. 
141; in India, III. 42, IV. 124; 
in Dutch E. Indies, IV. 23; in 
Malaya, I. 6, 229, III. 102, IV. 
54, VI. 126, VIII. 84, IX. 74, X. 
207; in the Philippines, III. 65; 
breeding-places of, VI. 126, IX. 
74; early stages of, I. 229; 
attacking fowls, IX. 131 ; repro- 
ductive capacity of, X. 207; 
synonymy of, I. 6, VIII. 55; 
considered a variety of A. punctii- 
latus, IX. 133. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) theileri, 
Edw., in Nigeria, VI. 225. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia, Nyssorhyii- 
chus) theobaldi, Giles, in India, 1. 

218, III. 41, IV. 74, X. 79; and 
malaria, IV. 74, 104 ; breeding- 
places of, I. 218, III. 41. 

Anopheles thorntoni, Ludl. (see A. 
tessellatus). 

Anopheles tibiomaculatus, Neiva (see 
A . eiseni) . 

Anopheles treacheri, Leic. (see A. 
aitkeni). 

Anopheles {*Mvzomvia) turkhudi, 
List., in Arabia, HI. 212 ; in S.W. 
Asia, IX. 13; in India, III. 10, 
40, IV. 74, VI. 2, VIII. 31, X. 
18, 75; and malaria, IV. 74, VI. 
2, 177 ; a possible carrier of 
malaria, HI. 10; breeding-places 
of, HI. 10; A. multicolor pre- 
viously recorded as, HI. 143, VI. 
177, VIII. 35, 51, IX. 99, X. 27, 
28; A. multicolor (chaudoyei) 
considered distinct from, VI. 201. 

Anopheles {*Myzomyia) turkhudi var. 
persiciis, Edw., described as new 
from Persia, X. 18. 

Anopheles {*A., Myzorhynchus) um- 
brosus, Theo., in W. Africa, IV. 
45, 66, V. 3, VI. 17; in Borneo, 

III. 11, IV. 73; in Dutch E. 
Indies, IV. 23, V. 26, 27, VII. 76, 
96, 97, 183, VIII 54, IX. 135, 
136, 173, X. 38, 150, 151; in 
Malaya, I. 6, 34, 229, II. 46, HI. 
102, IV. 54, 67, V. 54, VI. 125. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



VIII. 80, 84, 85, IX. 74, X. 152; 

and malaria, II. 46, III. 102, IV, 
54, 67, 73, 104, VI. 125, IX. 74; 

experiments in transmission of 
malaria by, VIII. 80, 135, 136; a 
doubtful carrier of malignant 
tertian. III. 11, VII. 97 ; breeding- 
places of, II. 46, V. 54, VII. 183, 

IX. 74, 135, 136, X. 38, 150; 
attacking domestic animals, IX. 
131 ; effect of clearing against, X. 
152; anatomy of, I. 73; placed 
in subgenus Myzorhynchns, I. 
131, 229 ; A . novumbrosns com- 
pared with, V. 10. 

Anophele.<; [*Myzoniyia) vagus, Don. 
{rossi, Giles, var. indefimtus, 
Ludl.), in Formosa, VI. 50; in 
Hong Kong, III. 141; in India, 
III. 229, IV. 124, X. 68 ; in Dutch 
E. Indies, IV. 23, VI. 53, 110, 
213, 214, VII. 76, 96, 98, 99, 184, 

VII I. 53, 54, 55, 152, IX. 3, 4, 
135, 136, 173, X. 5, 38, 39, 120 ; 
in Malava, VI. 124, VIII. 123, 

IX. 73, X. 58, 152, 207, 208 ; in 
Philippines, III. 65 ; Haplospo- 
ridiuni infesting, IX. 3 ; suscepti- 
bility of, to experimental infection 
with malaria, II. 113, VI. 125, 
127, VII. 98, VIII. 135, IX. 136 ; 
small natural infection of, with 
malaria, IX. 4 ; infectivity of, 
to Plasmodium praecox, IX. 131; 
breeding-places of, VI. 124, VII. 
99, 184. VIII. 54, IX. 74, 136, X. 
58, 120; attacking cattle, IX. 
131 ; reproductive capacity of, 

X. 207; anatomy of, IX. 173; 
tail-hooks in larva of, X. 75, 208 ; 
treated in error as a synonym of 
A. ludlowi, VI. 110, VII. 76; A. 
immacitlatus probably a form of, 
IX. 133 ; charactersdistinguishing, 
from A . snbpictus var. m,alayensis, 
X. 236. 

Anopheles vanus (see A. hyrcanus 
var. vaniis). 

Anopheles {*A., Arrihalzagia) venez- 
uelae, Evans, described as new 
from Venezuela, X. 183 ; probably 
a variety of A . pimctimacula, X. 
183. 

Anopheles {*A.) vestitipennis, D. & 
K., distribution of, in Central 
America. VII. 23; in Jamaica, II. 
20, IV. 90. 

Anopheles {*A.) walkeri, Theo., in 
Canada, X. 19; in U.S.A., VII. 
23, VIII. 78, X. 204; a possible 
carrier of malaria, X. 19; breed- 
ing-places of, VII. 23. 



Anopheles {*Myzomyia) watsoni, 
Leic, in Malaya, III. 102. 

Anopheles i*Myzomyia) wellcomei, 
Theo., in Belgian Congo, I. 220. 

Anopheles {*A.) wellingtonianiis, 
Alcock, described as new, I. 7; in 
Malaya, I. 7, III. 102. 

Anopheles {*Myzom,yia, Neocellia, 
Nyssorhynchus) willmori, James, 
in Burma, III. 50; in Formosa, 
VI. 50; in India, I. 142, II. 154, 
193, IV. 74, VI. 2, 195, VIII. 161, 
X. 79 ; recorded in error in 
Malaya, II. 46, III. 102; and 
malaria, VI. 2, VIII. 161; breed- 
ing-places of, I. 142, II. 154; 
trematode parasite of larva of, 
VI. 2; anatomy of, VI. 208; A. 
maculatus recorded as, II. 46. 

Anopheles willmori, Leic. nee James 
(see A . m.aculatus) . 

anophelis, Culicoides. 

anorufa, Pyrellia. 

anseris, Lipeurus. 

Antarctophthirius microchir, Troues. 
& Neum., on Zalophus calif oy- 
nianits in the Pacific, IV. 196. 

antennalis, Uranotaenia. 

antennatis, Pyrellia. 

antennatus. Anopheles (see A. 
bihircatus) ; Neohaematopiniis ; 
Phlehotonms minutus. 

Anthocoris sylvestris, L., spirochaetes 
in, on Euphorbia, IX. 120. 

Anthomyia, eggs of Dermatobia laid 
on, in Brazil, VI. 130; breeding 
in manure in Britain, VII. 191; 
causing myiasis in man, I. Ill, 
VI. 3 ; in dead bodies, IX. 121. 

Anthomyia heydeni, Wied., carrying 
eggs resembling those of Derma- 
tobia, III. 194. 

Anthomyia pluvialis, L., in houses 
in Britain, IV. 144 ; larvae of, in 
man. III. 31, 152. 

Anthomvia radicum, L., in Britain, 
IV. 143, VII. 191, VIII. 22; 
bionomics of, IV. 143 ; natural 
enemies of, VII. 191, VIII. 22; 
frequenting houses, II. 19, III. 
175, IV 143. 

Anthomyia scalaris (see Fannia). 

anthropophaga, Cordylobia ; Thyreo- 
phora. 

antilope, Tabanus. 

antipodeus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus). 

antiqtussima, Musca. 

antiquorum, Doratopsylla. 

antrozoi, Penicillidia. 

apachinus, Ceratophyllus ignotus. 

apertus, Ctenophthalmiis. 

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introduction of, into Australia, 
VIII. 174; parasite of flies in 
Britain, IV. 146, VIII. 22. 

Aphiochaeta civcumsetosa, de Meij., 
treated as a synonym of A. 
xanthina, X. 137. 

Aphiochaeta ferruginea, Aust. 
(Brunetti ms.), treated as a 
synonym of A. xanthina, X. 137. 
(See A. scalaris.) 

Aphiochaeta repicta, Schmitz (see 
A. xanthina). 

Aphiochaeta rufipes, Mg., in houses 
in Britain, IV. 102, 121 ; causing 
myiasis in India, IX. 53, X. 17, 
137. 

Aphiochaeta scalaris, Lw. (ferru- 
ginea, Aust.), contaminating milk 
in Georgia, VIII. 187; infesting 
meat in India, VI. 63; relation 
of, to disease, IV. 51. 

Aphiochaeta xanthina, Speis. {re- 
picta, Schmitz), intestinal parasite 
of man in W. Africa, X. 142; 
causing myiasis in India, IX. 53, 
X. 17, 137. 

Aphis legimiinosa, Theo., associated 
with disease of domestic animals 
in Egypt, X. 133. 

aphobema, Wyeoniyia. 

Aphodius coloradensis, Horn, Gon- 
gylonema found in, IV. 63. 

Aphodius femoralis, Say, Gongylo- 
nema found in, IV. 63. 

Aphodius fimetarius, L., Gongylo- 
nema found in, IV. 63. 

Aphodius granarius, L., Gongylo- 
nema found in, IV. 63. 

Aphodius vittatus. Say, Gongylonema 
found in, IV. 63. 

apicalis, Culex ; Cuterebra; Psoro- 
phora (see P. confinnis). 

apicicornis, Clerada. 

apicimacula. Anopheles {Arribal- 
zagia) . 

apicoannulatus , Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 

apicoargenteus, Aedes (Stegomyia). 

apiformis, Silvius. 

Apiomerus, confused with Triatoma 
in Brazil, VI. 92. 

apis, Tarsonenms. 

aplodontinae , Leptinillus. 

apodemi, Demodex arvicolae. 

apollinaris, Ceratophyllus . 

Aponomma, in Queensland, VIII. 74. 

Aponomma decorosum, Koch, on 
Tachyglossus aculeatus in Aus- 
tralia, III. 153. 

Aponomma exornatuni, Koch, in 
S.W. Africa, VII. 19; in Italian 
Somaliland, IV. 70 ; on dogs, 
III. 4. 



Aponomma inornatum. Banks, on 

dogs. III. 4. 
Aponomma laeve, Neum., on snakes 

in Gold Coast, IV. 81, V. 45; in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Aponomma trimaculatum, Lucas, in 

N. Australia, IV. 11. 
aponoinmoides , Haemaphysalis iner- 

mis. 
appendiculata, Corethrella. 
appendiculatus, Rhipicephalus. 
appendigaster , Evania. 
aprepes, Tabanus. 
aptericola, Ixodes, 
apteridis, Ixodes, 
apterus, Pyrrhocorts. 
Apterygida arachides (see Prolabia). 
aquatica, Podura. 
arabica, Chrysoniyia (see C mar- 

ginalis) ; Mansonia (see Aedes 

caspius). 
arabicus. Anopheles [Myzomyia) 

funestus; Culex (see Aedes caspius); 

Liponyssus. 
arachides, Prolabia (Apterygida). 
Araeopsylla, gen. n., IX. 61. 
Araneus audax. Black, toxicity of 

extracts of, VI. 112. 
Araneus erythromela, Holmb., toxi- 
city of extracts of, VI. 112. 
aranoides, Rachionotomyia. 
arborealis, Aedes. 
arbustorum, Eristalis. 
ArchaeopsyUa erinacei, Boh., hosts 

of, in Britain, I. 103, IX. 47 ; on 

hedgehogs in Caucasus, IV. 151. 
ArchaeopsyUa polymorphus, Weiss, 

described as new from hedgehogs 

in Tunisia, IX. 52. 
arcotus, Ceratophyllus. 
arctica, Theobaldia (see T. alaska- 

ensis). 
arcticum, Simuliiim. 
arcuatus, Chortoglyphus ; Culicoides ; 

Leiognathus . 
ardua, Coptopsylla. 
arenarius, Culicoides. 
arenivagus, Tabanus. 
Argas, rare in Brazil, 11.53; on rats 

in St. Vincent, II. 129. 
Argas brumpti, Neum., in E. Africa, 

II. 50; in Sudan, III. 228; 
bionomics of, II. 50, HI. 228. 

Argas columbae. Herm. (reflextts, F.), 

III. 44, VIII. 89; in Alsace- 
Lorraine, VIII. 188; in France, 
IX. 145; in Italy, IX. 39; in 
Russia, V. 99 ; on domestic 
birds, IX. 39, X. 217; feeding 
habits of, X. 28; effect of 
chloropicrin gas on, IX. 145 ; 
synonymy of, X. 217. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Argas miniaius, Koch (see A. 
per si ens). 

Argas persicus, Oken, 111. 44; in 
S. Africa, VII. 19, 95, 154, IX. 48 ; 
in Argentina, IV. 177, VII. 11; 
in Australia, I. 23-25, II. 12, 115, 
116, III. 230, VI 1. 67, 144, 187, 
VIII. 74, 128, 164, IX. 132, X. 
110; in Brazil, V. 190, IX. 121; 
in Bulgaria, V. 33 ; in Chile, IV. 
177 ; in Belgian Congo, IX. 164 ; 
in Egypt, III. 47; in British 
Guiana, V. 4; in Mauritius, III. 
53, 221 ; in Morocco, IX. 150 ; in 
Nyasaland, VIII. 37; in Pales- 
tine, VIII. 69; in Persia, VIII. 
197. IX. 176; in Russia, II. 119, 
III. 63, X. 102; in Serbia, VII. 
130; in Somaliland, II. 9, IV. 70; 
in Sudan, IX. 176; in Tunis, II. 
161, X. 69; in Turkestan, V. 87, 
98 ; in U.S.A., I. 115, II. 44, 102a, 
VI. 224, VIII. 70, X. 83; in 
Venezuela, VIII. 2; in West 
Indies, II. 129, 175; and spiro- 
chaetosis, 1. 33, 215, II. 119, 161, 

III. 129. IV. 62, 101, 192, V. 33, 
190, VII 130, 154, IX. 121, 150, 
176, X. 102, 110; and relapsing 
fever, VIII. 69, 70, 197; on 
cattle, II. 102a; attacking man, 
VIII. 69, 197, IX. 176; on poul- 
try, I. 23-25, II. 9, 51, 102a, 
115, 116, 119, III 53, 68, 221, 

IV. 62. 101, 192, V 4, 33. 87, 98, 
190, VII 11, 19, 67, 95, 130, 
VIII. 74. 128, X. 110; on rats. 
III. 47; bionomics of, I. 25, 115, 

II. 161, HI. 26, IX 213, X. 28; 
measures against, I. 23-25, 116, 

III. 230, VII. 67, 95. 144, VIII. 
128, IX 132, 176, X. 103, 110; 
anatomy of, I. 104; regeneration 
in. II. 50, VIII. 133; chemistry 
of saliva of. III. 43. 

Argas persicus porteri, Lahille, in 

Chile, IV. 177. 
Argas reflexHs, F. (see A. columbae). 
Argas vespertilionis, Latr., on bats 

in W. Africa. I. 33; in Mesopo- 
tamia, IX. 146. 
argenteopunctatus, Aedes {Ochlero- 

tatus) ; Ctilex. 
argenteorostris , Cleobonnea. 
argenteoventralis, A rjnigeres. 
argentetis, Aedes {Stegomyia). 
argentina, Haematopota (Chryso- 

zona) . 
argentinus, Lisfrophorus ; Protero- 

rhynchus (see Anopheles pseudo- 

punctipennis) . 
argentipes, Phlehotomus. 



argtitus, Ceratophyllus. 
argyreatnm, Siinulium. 
argyricephala, Lticilia. 
argyritarsis, Anopheles {Cellia). 
argyrithorax, Aedes (Finlaya). 
argyropalpis, Topomyia. 
argyropus, Anopheles {Myzorhvn- 

chiis) {see A . mauritianus) ; Urano- 

taenia. 
ariasi, Phlehotomus. 
arisamis, Tabanus. 
armata, Fannia ; Nilobezzia. 
armatipes, Glossina. 
Armigeres, treated as a subgenus of 

Aedes, V. 52; notice of key to 

Oriental species of, X. 229 ; 

thoracic appendages not present 

in larva of, X. 80. 
Armigeres {Leicester ia) annulipalpis, 

Theo., II. 82. 
Armigeres {Leicesteria) anniditarsis, 

Leic, II. 82. 
Armigeres argenteoventralis, Theo., 

distribution of, in Africa, IV. 120. 
Armigeres (Neosquamomvia) breiuli, 

Tayl., in Papua, II. 135, III. 153. 
Armigeres brevi tibia, Edw., described 

as new from Borneo, III. 10. 
Armigeres {Leicesteria) cingnlatns, 

Leic, II. 82. 
Armigeres confusus, Edw., described 

as new from Borneo, III. 115. 
Armigeres conjungens, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, 

III. 10. 
Armigeres {Leicesteria) digitatiis, 

Edw., described as new fiom 

Oriental Region, II. 82. 
Armigeres {Leicesteria) dolichoce- 

phalus, Leic, TI. 82. 
Armigeres durhami, Edw., described 

as new from Malaya, V. 53. 
Armigeres {Chaetomyia, Leicesteria) 

flaims, Leic, II. 82; oviposition 

habits of, in Malaya, V. 123. 
Armigeres hybridus, Edw., described 

as new from Borneo, III. 10. 
Armigeres jugraensis, Leic, in 

Sumatra, IV. 23. 
Armigeres kuchingensis, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, III. 

115. 
Armigeres lacuum, Edw., described 

as new from New Guinea, X. 154. 
Armigeres {Leicesteria) longipalpis, 

Leic, II. 82; in Formosa, VI. 51. 
Armigeres {Leicesteria) tnagniis, 

Theo., II. 82; breeding-places of, 

in India, VI. 64. 
Armigeres maiae, Edw., described 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Armigeres maximus , Edw., described 
as new from. Sumatra, X. 198. 

Armigeres nwultoni, Edw., described 
as new from Borneo, III. 10. 

Armigeres {Desvoidya) obtitrbans, 
Wlk. [ventralis, Wlk.), in Aus- 
tralia, III. 37; in Ceylon, II. 70; 
in China, I. 232, II. 28 ; in Cochin 
China, II. 155; in Formosa, VI. 
51; in Hong Kong. III. 141; in 
India, I. 79, 143, 162, 163, VI. 64, 
196, IX. 80, 124; in Dutch E. 
Indies, X. 211; in Papua, III. 
153 ; experimental transmission 
of dengue by, VI. 195; breeding- 
places of, I. 143, 162, III. 270, 
X. 211 ; predacious iiabits of, IX. 
124; repellents for, IX. 80. 

Armigeres {Leicester! a) pectinatus, 
Edw., described as new from 
Oriental Region, II. 82. 

Armigeres {Leicesteria) pendulus, 
Edw., described as new from 
Oriental Region, II. 82. 

Armigeres {Scutomyia) treiibi, Meij., 
correct genus for, X. 229. 

Armigeres ventralis, Wlk. (see A. 
obtitrbans) . 

armillatus , Armillifer [Porocephalus] . 

Armillifer {Porocephahts) armillatus, 
Wyman, infesting man in Senegal, 
X. 155. 

armipes, Hydrotaea ; Lispa ; Palpo- 
inyia. 

arribalzagae, Psorophora {Janthino- 
soma) {see P. discritcians) ; Taenio- 
rhynchtds. 

Arribalzagia, a subgenus of Ano- 
pheles, q.v. 

Arthrolytits, parasitic on household 
insects, IV. 121. 

arvensis, Mellintis ; Sarcophaga ; 
Tabanus. 

arvicanthis, Polyplax. 

A sea affinis, Oudms., on rats in 
Britain, III. 9. 

Ascia podagrica, F., breeding in 
manvire in British Isles, VII. 191. 

Ascis, infested with Hvmenolepis, 
III. 138. 

ashworthi, Aedes {Ochlerotatiis). 

asiaticus. Anopheles (LopJioscelo- 
myia, Myzorhynchus). 

asini, Haematopiniis. 

asininus, Gastropliilns intestinalis. 

Asopia farinalis (see Pyralis). 

-asperus, Ovnithodoriis. 

Aspidoptera, notice of key to species 
of, X. 93. 

Aspidoptera niinuta, Costa Lima, 
described as new on Tonatia 
amblyotes in Brazil, X. 93. 



Aspilota fuscicornis, Hal., parasite 
of flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

Aspilota nervosa, Hal., parasite of 
flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

assimilis, Muscina ; Typhlopsylla. 

astia, Xenopsylla. 

astutus, Tabanus. 

ater, Aedes {Stegomyia) (see Rachio- 
notomyia) ; Gastroxides ; Silvius ; 
Tabanus {Atylotus). 

aterrima, Phora. 

atra, Conicera ; Rachionotomyia 
{Aedes, Stegomyia) ; Uranotaenia. 

Atractocerus brasiliensis, Serv., sus- 
pected of causing myiasis in 
Mexico, III. 194. 

Atractodes bicolor, Grav., parasite 
of Calliphora erythrocephala in 
Britain, VIII. 22. 

Atractodes exilis, Hal., parasite of 
Hydrotaea dentipes in Britain, 
Vil. 191. 

Atractodes tenebricosus, Grav., para- 
site of Hydrotaea dentipes in 
Britain, VIL 191. 

atrata, Rhegmoclema. 

atratipes, Anopheles {Pyretophorus). 

atratus, Atrichopogon; Culex {Mel- 
anoconion) ; Tabanus. 

Atrichopogon, notice of key to species 
of, X. 52. 

Atrichopogon acanthocopum, I. & M., 
described as new from Nigeria, 
X 233. 

Atrichopogon acosmetum, I. & M., 
described as new, X. 233 ; in Gold 
Coast, X. 233, 234. 

Atrichopogon africanum, I. & M., 
described as new, X. 61 ; in Gold 
Coast, X. 61, 234. 

Atrichopogon atratus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New South 
Wales, VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon atratus var. rufiventris, 
Kieff., described as new from New 
South Wales, VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon aun'coma, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Colombia, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon bifasciatus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon biroi, Kieff., described 
as new from New Guinea, VII. 
154. 

Atrichopogon brevicellula, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, X. 
51. 

Atrichopogon chrysosphaerotum, L & 
M., described as new, X. 61; in 
Gold Coast, X. 61, 234 ; breeding- 
places of, X. 234. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Atrichopogon cohtmbianus, Kieff., 
described as new from Colombia, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon conglomeratiis, Kieff., 
described as new from Kamerun, 
X. 51. 

Atrichopogon conglomeyatus var. 
niloticus, Kieff., described as new 
I'rom Sudan, X. 51. 

Atrichopogon coracinns, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New South 
Wales, VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon elektrophaeum, I. & 
M., described as new, X. 61; in 
Gold Coast, X. 61, 234. 

Atrichopogon fiehrigi, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon flavidus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Philippines, 
IX. 191. 

Atrichopogon flavipes, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Atrichopogon liaemorrhoidalis, Kieff., 
described as new from Formosa, 

IX. 191. 

Atrichopogon Jiamiferus, Goetgh., in 

Britain, IX. 195. 
Atrichopogon- liesperium, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold Coast, 

X. 233. 

Atrichopogon homoium, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, X. 61. 

Atrichopogon immaculatus, Kieff., 
described as new from New 
Guinea, VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon insiilaris, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, IX. 
191. 

Atrichopogon kelainosoma, I. & M., 
described as new, X. 233 ; in 
Gold Coast, X. 233, 234. 

Atrichopogon kribiensis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, 
X. 51. 

Atrichopogon longiserra (see Gymno- 
helea) . 

Atrichopogon lucorum, Mg., syno- 
nymy of, X. 141. 

Atrichopogon lucorum, Winn, (see 
A . winnertzi) . 

Atrichopogon microtomiis, Kieff., 
described as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon nilicola, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Sudan, X. 51. 

Atrichopogon pallidipes, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon perfuscum, I. & M., 



described as new, X. 61 ; in 
Gold Coast, X. 61, 234. 

A trichopogon peruvianus, Kieff., 
described as new from Peru, VII. 
154. 

Atrichopogon piceiventris, Kieff., 
described as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon pilosipennis, Kieff. (see 
Lasiohelea velox). 

Atrichopogon pritinosus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 
IX. 191. 

Atrichopogon rufescens, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

IX. 191. 

Atrichopogon sanctilaurentii, Kieff., 
described as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon sessiUs, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon singularis, Kieff. (see 
Gymnohelea). 

Atrichopogon sylvaticus, Winn, (see 
A. lucorum). 

Atrichopogon vestitipennis, Kieff., 
described as new from New 
Guinea, VII. 154. 

Atrichopogon winnertzi, Goetgh., n.n. 
for A. lucorum, Winn, nee Mg., 

X. 141. 

Atrichopogon xantlioaspidium, C, I, 

& M.', described as new, IX. 76; 

in Gold Coast, IX. 76, X. 234. 
atrimanus, Tabanus. 
atripes, Rachionotomyia {Culex^ 

Mimeteomyia, Scutomyia, Stego- 

inyia). 
atritarsis, Aedes argenteus. 
atrobasis, Tabanus. 
atroclavatus, Pklebotomus. 
atrohirtus, Tabanus. 
atropos. Anopheles, 
atrosignatus, Dermacentor. 
Atrypodevma, IX. 157. 
AttagenuS: in dead bodies, IX. 121. 
Atvlotus, Asilids predacious on, in 

Formosa, VIII. 119. 
Atvlotus ater (see Tabanus). 
Atvlotus fulviis (see Ochrops). 
Atyphloceras, gen. n., IV. 33. 
Atyphloceras echis, J. & R., described 

as new from Mus in Arizona, IV. 

33. 
Auchmeromyia, III. 97; special 

relation of, to mammals, III. 98, 

V. 36. 
Auchtneromvia lufeola, F., in E. 

Africa, VII. 86, IX. 93 ; in Belgian 

Congo, I. 45, 91, 145, II. 170, III. 

199; in Eritrea, IV. 156; in 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



65 



French Guinea, IV. 22 ; in Rho- 
desia, I. 131, III. 164 ; in Senegal, 
" IV. 102 ; absent from Zanzibar, 

III. 50; bionomics of, I. 69, 172- 

175, III. 54, 164, IV. 102; 

exchisively a parasite of man, I. 

91, III. 98; method of sucking 

blood by. III. 122, VI. 155; 

distribution of, I. 172; abnormal 

development of, IX. 86 ; measures 
~ against, III. 164; Ochromyia 

jejeuna allied to, VI. 131. 
Auchmeromyia praegrandis (see 

Choeromyia) . 
nucta, Calliphova. 
audax, Araneus. 
augur, Anastellorhina {Calliphora, 

Paracalliphora) . 
Aulacephala, doubtful systematic 

position of, IV. 22, V. 49. 
aulacodi, Scipio. 
Aulacogaster rufitarsis, Mg., Helico- 

sporidium parasilicum infesting, 

IX. 148. 
■aiiliciis, Dermacentor reticulatus. 
aurantapex, Culex. 
aurantiacus, Pelecorhynchus (see P. 

vulpes). 
uureoargentatus, Oestrus. 
aureohirtum, Simulinm. 
aureopunctatum, Simulium. 
aiireovestita, Erephopsis. 
aurescens, Sabethinus ; Simulium 

(Wilhehnia) nigrum. 
•aureum, Simulium {N evermannia) . 
aureus, Tabanus paUidepectoratus ; 

Taeniorhynchus. 
auribarbis, Cephenomyia. 
auricoma, Atrichopogon ; Simulium. 
auricularis, Dermatophagus . 
auricularum, Chorioptes (see Oto- 

dectes cynotis) ; Symbiotes. 
miridorsum, Aedes {Finlaya). 
aurifer, Aedes {Culex, Ochlerotatus). 
aurifinis, Sarcophaga. 
auri-fluQ-, Diatomineiira. 
aurifluus, Megarhinus. 
aurifrons, Sarcophaga. 
aurimargo, Aedes. 
aiiripennis, Taeniorhynchus. 
auri pleura, Diatomineura. 
auvirostris, Anopheles. 
auritaenia^ Culex (see C. quasi- 

gelidus) . 
aurites, Taeniorhynchus ■ [Chryso- 

conops). 
auritulus, Ixodes, 
auroides, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 
aiironitens, Aedes {Finlaya). 
■ aurora, Chelotabanus. 
■austeni, Chrysops ; Culicoides ; Glos- 
sina ; Simulium. 

(K 2009) 



Austenina, gen. n., proposed for 
Gloss ina brevipalpis, IX. 207. 

australasiae, Periplaneta. 

Aiistralencyrtus, gen. n., X. 1, 2. 

Australencyrtus giraulti, Johnst. & 
Tiegs, described as new, X. 1 ; 
bionomics of, in Australia, X. 1, 
2, 134 ; Stenosterys fulvov entrails 
probably a synonym of, X. -56, 
134. 

australicus, Tabanus. 

australiensis, Aedes {Finlaya, Leuco- 
myia) ; Ceratopogon ; Culicoides. 

australis, Kr., Aedes {Culex, Ochlero- 
tatus). 

australis, Ta,y\., Aedes {Aedimorphus) 
(see A. tremula). 

australis, Macq. nee Boisd.,, Musca 
{Biumusca) (see M. convexifrons). 

atistralis, Boophilus {Margaropus) 
annulatus ; Denioplatus ; Haema- 
physalis ; Helicobia ; Lucilia (see 
L. caesar) ; Neoniacleaya (see 
Culex hilli) ; Pangonia ; Rhopalo- 
psyllus ; Silvius ; Tabanus. 

Austrolestes annulosus, Selys, pre- 
dacious on mosquitos in Australia, 
V. 94. 

Austrophasia, gen. n. proposed for 
Hyalomyia. rufiventris, IV. 159. 

autocratica, Wyeomyia. 

autumnalis, Leptus {A cams, Micro- 
thrombidiwm) ; Musca ; Tabanus. 

auxiliaris, Mutilla. 

avicularia, Ornithomyia. 

avivim, Ceratophyllus ; Dermanyssus 
(see D. gallinae). 

Awatia, gen. n. proposed for Musca 
cingalaisina {indica), IX. 207. 

Azelaria macquarti, Staeg., biono- 
mics of, in houses in Britain, IV. 
144, 145. 

azitrea. Fall., Phormia {Calliphora, 
Protocalliphora). 

azurea, Mg., Phormia {Protocalli- 
phora) (see Phormia coerulea, R.- 
D.). 

azymus, Culex. 



B. 

babu, Phlebototnus (see P. minutus). 

bacoti, Leiognathus. 

bactilus, JJpeurits. 

Bagrada picta, L., possibly trans- 
mitting relapsing fever in India, 
IX. 125. 

bahamensis,' Culex {Transculicia). 

bdhiensis, Pulex irritans. 

bala's'sogldi, Wohlfahrtia. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



half our i, Uranotaenia. 

ballardi, Liicilia. 

bancrofti, Asdes {Skusea) ; Anopheles 

{Myzorhynchns); Sarcophaga ; Sim- 

14 Hum. 
Bancroftia fascipes (see Orthopodom- 

yia). 
Bancroftia signifer (see Orthopodoni- 

yia) . 
hanksi, Aedes {F inlay a). 
Banksinella, key to African species 

of, III. 115 (see Aedes). 
barharus, Ceratophyllus ; Culex ; 

Tabanus. 
harbata, Osca [Pangonia). 
barber i, Anopheles {Coelodiazesis) ; 

Lucilia (see L. sericata). 
barbirostris, Anopheles (Myzomyia, 

Myzorhynchns) . 
harianensis, Anopheles [Myzorhyn- 

chus). 
barkeri, Culex [Loplioccratomyia). 
barnesi, Tabanus. 
barraiidi, Culex. 
Barraudius, a new subgenus of Cnlex 

iq.v.), X. 18. 
basalis, Aedes (Pseudoskusea) (see 

A . funereus) ; Chrysops. 
basicinctus, Culex. 
basifasciatits, Tabanus. 
basilicus, Culex. 
hassii, Tabanus. 
bastagarius, Culex. 
bata, Chrysoniyia (see C mcga- 

cephala). 
hatchelori, Tabanus. 
Bathosomyia abnormalis (see Aedes). 
Bdellolarvnx sanguinolenhts, Aust., 

in India, I. 209, IV. 75, VI. 64, 

VIII. 31 ; life-history of, IV. 75. 
beatificus, Tabanus. 
beckeri, Chrysops ; Pangonia. 
bedfordi, Phlebotomus minutus ; Tri- 

chodectes. 
helgicus, Culicoides. 
bellator, Anopheles {Dendropaedium) . 
bellicosiis, Tabanus. 
bellus, Neoceratopogon [Ceratopogon). 
Belminns rugulosus (see Triatoma). 
Benibex, II. 104; predacious on 

Glossina and other flies, II. Ill, 

III. 141, IV. 171, VI. 99, VII. 11. 
Bembex lunaia, F., predacious on 

blood-sucking flies in India, IX. 

79. 
Bembex mbbii, Handl., predacious 

on Tabanids in Nyasaland, III. 
116. 
Bembex olivata, Dahlb., predacious 

on Auchmeroniyia, 1. 175. 
Benibex rostrata, L., predacious on 
Tabanids in Russia, III. 195. 



Bembex spinolae, Lep., list of files, 
found in nest of, V. 74. 

Bembidula discisa, Tasch., pre- 
dacious on Tabanids in British. 
Guiana, V. 4. 

Bembidula variegata, Oliv., pre- 
dacious on Tabanids in British 
Guiana, V. 4. 

benefactrix , Mutilla. 

bengalensis, Chrysomyia (see C. 
albiceps) ; Gastrophihts intestinalis ; 
Schbngastiella. 

bequaerti, Choeromyia ; Pyrellia. 

bergenstammi, Phora. 

bcrgrothi, Theobaldia (see T. glaphy- 
roptera). 

beringeri, Haematopota. 

berlandi, Aedes pulchritarsis. 

berlesei, Liponyssus (see L. con- 
fucianus). 

bermudaensis, Liponyssus. 

bertrandi, Oestrus (see O. variolosus), 

besti, Tabanus. 

beta, Sarcophaga. 

bethsaidae, Tendipes. 

bevisi, Aedes {Ochlerotatus). 

Bezzia annulipes, Mg., synonymy 
of, X. 141. 

Bezzia foyi, I. & M., described as 
new from Nigeria, X. 61. 

Bezzia solstitialis, ^^'inn. (see B. 
annulipes). 

Bezzia tenehricosa, Goetgh., in Bri- 
tain, IX. 195. 

bezziana, Chrysomyia [Pycnosoma). 

bezzii, Musca. 

biannulata, Forcipomyia. 

biannulatus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus) 
minutus. 

Bibio hortulanus, L., breeding in 
manure in British Isles, VII. 191., 

Bibio johannis, L., breeding in 
manure in British Isles, VII. 191.. 

Bibio longipes, I,w., Scatophaga 
stercoraria preying on, II. 56. 

bibula; Chrysomyia albiceps (see C 
albiceps). 

bibulus, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

bicallosus, Tabanus (see T. macer). 

bicaudatus, PteroUchus. 

bicolor, Atractodes : Bolbodimyia ; 
Forcipomyia: Harpactor [Rhino- 
coris) ; Monomorium ; Pegoni- 
yia ; Stibasoma ; Tabanus ; Uran- 
otaenia. 

bicolor ata, Diatomineiira. 

bicornis, Rhipicentor. 

bidentatus , Polyplax. 

bifasciata, Palpomyia. 

bifasciatus, Atrichopogon ; OnihO'- 

phagus. 
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bifuYcata, Rivoltasia {Epidermoptes). 

bifurcatus, Anopheles. 

bigoti, Haematopota. 

biguttatiis, Citlicoides ; Tabaniis. 

bilineata, Uranoiaenia. 

bilineatus, Culex. 

billingtoni, Tabaniis. 

bilobata, Riuoltasia [Epidermoptes). 

bimaculata, Uranotaenia. 

bimaculatus, Aedes ; Diachlorus. 

bimaculipes, Rachionotomyia [Phoni- 
omyia). 

bimaculosa, Chrysops. 

biocellatiis, Aedes [Culex, Finlaya). 

Bioniyia tentpestatitm (see Mitsca). 

bipartipes, Sabethes. 

bipunctnta, Forcipomyia. 

bipunctatum, Simidium (see 5. din- 
ellii) . 

bipunctatus, Culex [Leiicomyia) geli- 
dus ; Mycetaulus. 

birdiei, Tabaniis. 

biroi, Atrichopogon. 

Bironella gracilis, Theo., bionomics 
of, in New Guinea, X. 172, 179 ; 
probably not transmitting ma- 
laria, X. 172 ; considered distinct 
from Anopheles, VII. 139; des- 
cription of, X. 154. 

bisbipunctatus, Cletiis. 

biselliella, Tineola. 

biseriatum, Menopon. 

bisetis, Megarthroglossiis . 

bisignatus, Culicoides. 

bisoctodentatiis, Ctenophthalmiis (see 
C. musculi). 

bispinosa, Haemaphy satis. 

bitaen iorhynchns, Culex. 

bivittatiim, .Simidium,. 

bivittatus, Melanoplus ; Menemerus. 

blanchnrdi, Iches, Ceratopogon. 

blanchnrdi, Salm, Ceratopogon (see 
C. raphaelis). 

blanchardi, Kirkioestrus [Kirkia). 

blarinae, Doratopsylla. 

Blatta americana (see Periplaneta). 

Blatta germanica (see Blattella). 

Blatta [Periplaneta) orientalis, L., 
in houses in Australia, VI. 62 ; 
in Britain, IX. 99 ; in Germany, 
X. 37 ; protozoa infesting, in 
Russia, X. 99; in U.S.A., VI. 
210, VII. 25, X. 199, 227; inter- 
mediate host of a filaria causing 
tumours in rats, I. 48; bionomics 
of, IX. 99; measures against, 
III. 126, IV. 140, VII. 25, IX. 
99, X. 37, 227; on ships. III. 
44; flagellates found in, VIII. 
89, 154. 

Blattella [Phyllodromia) germanica, 
L., in Britain, IX. 99; in 

(K 2009) 



German}', X. 37 ; on hides from 
India, III. 143; in Norway, IV. 
180; in U.S.A., VI. 210, VII. 
25, X. 133, 199, 227 ; bionomics 

of, IX. 99, X. 37; effect of 
temperature on, VI. 67; flagel- 
lates not found in, VIII. 154; 
Gongylonema scutatum found in, 

IV. 63; on ships. III. 44; 
measures against. III. 126, V. 
132, VII. 25, IX. 99, X. 37, 133» 
227. 

Blepharoptera [Leria) serrata, L., 
bionomics of, in Britain, IV. 143 ; 
breeding-places of, in U.S.A., 
VI. 116; hibernation of, in 
houses, IV. 121. 

bodkini, Wyeoniyia. 

Boettcheria cimhicis, Towns., sea- 
sonal prevalence of, in Montana, 

V. 125. 
Bogeria, IX. 157. 

Bogeria [Cuterebra) emasculator. 
Fitch, hosts of, in N. America, 

III. 4, V. 82, VI. 166, 183. 
Bogeria fasciata, Swenk, parasite of 

Tamias in N. America, V. 82. 
Bogeria princeps, Aust., parasite of 

rodents in N. America, V. 82. 
Bogeria scudderi, Towns., described 

as new, V. 82 ; parasite of pigs, 

V. 82. 
Bolbodiniyia bicolor. Big., attacking 

man in British Guiana, V. 4. 
boliviensis, Anopheles [Kerteszia) ; 

Palpomyia. 
bolli, Spharagemon. 
bonariensis, Chrysops ; Culex (see 

C. dolosa). 
bonneae, Culex. 
bonnei, Culex [Carrollia). 
Boophilus [Margaropus), on cattle 

in E. Africa, VIII. 148, X. 16; 

on dogs in Barbados, II. 129; on 

cattle in Ceylon, X. 67 ; and 

piroplasmosis in Gold Coast, IV. 

42 ; not recorded in Hungary, 

IX. 116; in Somaliland, II. 9; 
experiments with leishmania and, 

IV. 174. 

Boophilus (Margaropus) annulatus, 
Say, distribution of. III. 91; 
in Argentina, VI. 74, 75, X. 149 ; 
in Australia, III. 87, VII. 175, 
VIII. 58 ; in Brazil, II. 57, IV. 69; 
in Belgian Congo, V. 35 ; in 
Egypt, III. 77, IV. 7, 192, X. 
127, 133; in Guam, II. 126, 
VIII. 74; in Italy, VII. 126, 

X. 185; in Macedonia, VIII. 
194 ; in Mesopotamia, IX. 146 ; 
in Mexico, X. 118; in Nigeria, 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



IV. 66, 113, VI. 225 ; in Sardinia, 

V. 28 ; not found in Italian 
Somaliland, IV. 70 ; in Turkej', 

VI. 13; in U.S.A., I. 119, II. 
102. 136, 145, III. 88, 91, 185, 
IV. 2, VI. 143, 183, VII. 35, 36, 

VIII. 99, IX. 69, 109, X. 183; 
in Venezuela, IX. 13 ; in West 
Indies, IV. 2, VI. 179, VIII. 31, 
126 ; transmitting Babesia caballi, 
X. 185; and piroplasmosis of 
cattle and horses, I. 119, 205, II. 

101, 126, IV. 7, 64, 69, V. 28, 
71, VI. 13, 74, VII. 126, VIII. 31, 
74, 126, IX. 13, X. 118, 127, 
133, 149 ; hereditary infection 
in, II. 113; on dogs.'lll. 4, IV. 
58, VI. 183; effect of, on milk 
production, III. 88; bionomics 
of, II. 102, IV. 2; birds destroy- 
ing, IV. 2; measures against, II. 
102&, 145, IV. 79, VI. 75, 143, 

VII. 35, 36, VIII. 58, 99, IX. 
69, 109, X. 183. 

Boophilus {Margaropiis) annitlatus 
aiistralis, Fuller, in W. Africa, 
III. 179, IV. 45, IX. 101; in 
Australia, I. 11, 232, IT. 12, IV. 
8, 11, VI. 27, 41, 102, 187, VII. 
12-14, 186, VIII. 74, 187; in 
Brazil, VIII. 66, 187; in Cevlon, 

VI. 42; in Colombia, V. 176; 
in Egypt, IV. 192, X. 133; in 
Guam, II. 126, VIII. 74; in 
British Guiana, V. 4 ; in India, 
I. 155 ; not present in New 
Zealand, VI. 115; in Philippines, 

VII. 194; in Seychelles, IX. 189; 
in Venezuela, IX. 13; in West 
Indies, II. 129, 175, V. 64, VI. 
179, IX. 150; and piroplasmosis 
of cattle, T. 233, II. 126. IV. 192, 
VII. 12, VIII. 66, 74. 165, 187, 

IX. 13, 101, X. 133; probably 
not a carrier of OncJiocerca gihsoni, 

VI. 27 ; strains of cattle resistant 
to, VI. 187; bionomics of, VI. 

102, VII. 13; measures against, 
I. 233, IV. 192, \'I. 41, 102, 179, 

VII. 13, IX. 189. 

Boophilus [Margaropus] annulatus 
calcaratus, Neum., in N. Africa, 

VIII. 165; in Albania, IX. 116; 
in Russia and Turkestan, V. 98, 
109, X. 102; and piroplasmosis, 
VIII. 66, 165, X. 102; infecting 
cattle with Grahamella, V. 109 ; 
habits of larva of, VIII. 89. 

Boophilus {Margaropus) annulatus 
caiidatiis, Neum., in Guam, IV. 
191, V. 184. 

Boopliilus [Margaropus) annulatus 



decoloratus, Koch, in E. Africa, 
I. 21, HI. 133, 218; in S. Africa, 

I. 83, II. 111-113, 177, III. 20, 
IV. 46, VIII. 79, 137, 165, IV. 

83; in W. Africa, IX. 101; in 
Angola, VIII. 167; in Annam, 
X. 171 ; introduced into Argen- 
tina on camels, II. 129 ; in 
Belgian Congo, IV. 64 ; in Maur- 
itius, HI. 53, 221 ; in Nyasaland, 
■ VII. 47, VIII. 33; and anaplas- 
mosis, VI. 10, VIII. 166, IX. 83; 
and piroplasmosis. III. 20, IV, 
46, 64, V.' 71, VII. 47, VIII. 166, 
167, IX. 83, 101; bionomics of. 

II. 112 ; measures against, I. 
83, II. 114, III. 21, 218, VIII. 
137, IX. 84. 

Boophilus [Margaropus) annulatus 
microplus, Can., in S. America, 
II. 129, 172, IV. 83, V. 168, 
VI. 90, 238, 240, VII. 11, 175, 
VIII. 18, 85; and anaplas- 
mosis, II. 172; and piroplas- 
mosis, II. 172, IV. 83, V. 168, 
VIII. 18; hosts of, VI. 90; 
development of pads on feet of, 
VIII. 89. 

Boophthora sericatum (see Siniulium), 

hoothi, Dasyhelea. 

Borborus, Herpetomonas iniiscae- 
doniesticae in, in India, IX. 208. 

Borborus equinus, Fall., breeding in 
manure in British Isles, VII. 191; 
Scatophaga stercoraria predacious 
on, IX. 57. 

borealis, Silvius ; Simulium [Pro- 
sifmilium) ; Tabanus. 

Borkhausen ia pseudospretella, 

Staint., measures against, in 
drugs, X. 85. 

Bostrychus, parasitised by Cono- 
stigmus, I. 93. 

hotaurinorum, Olfersia. 

Bothriothorax clavicovnis, Dalm., 
parasite of flies, II. 134. 

botrana, Polychrosis. 

boueti, Choeromyia ; Leptocimex 
[Ciinex). 

BoHvierella alluaudi, Giglio Tos, in 
Seychelles, VIII. 175. 

Bouvierella inornata, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Seychelles, 
VIII. 175. 

boiivieri, Stomoxys. 

bovinus, Tabanus. 

bovis, Choriot>tes bonis ; Deniodex ; 
Gastrophilus (see G. intestinalis) ; 
Hypoderma ; Psoroptes communis ; 
Sav copies scabiei. 

brachiale, Orthetrum. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Brachvcoma devia, Fall., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
Bvachvgaster minutus, Ol., a para- 
site of Blattella germanica in 

Germany, X. 37. 
Brachythemis [Cacergates) lencosticta, 

Burni., preying on Glossina, II. 

31. 
hracteatitm, Sinuilium (see S. 

aureiini). 
brandoni, Glossina (see G. austeni). 
brasiliana, Synthesiomyia (see S. 

nudiseta). 
brasiliense, A mblyomma. 
brasiliensis, Atractoceriis ; Proter- 

sesthes (Tersesihes) ; Triaioma ; 

Xeno-psylla. 
brassicae, Pieris. 
braziliensis, Aedes [Finlaya) oswaldi; 

Anopheles iCellia). 
brehmei, Culex (see C. territans). 
breinli, Armigeres {Neosquarnom- 

yia) ; Tabanus. 
brethesi, Culex ; Rhodnius. 
brev i branch iutn, Simulium . 
brevicellula, A trichopogon. 
brevicellulus, Taeniorhynchus {Chry- 

soconops) . 
breviceps, Scipio. 
brevicornis, Nasonia. 
brevipalpis, Anopheles ; Culex [Cya- 

thomyia) ; Glossina ; Megarhinus 

(Toxorhynchifes). 
Brevivhynchtis, II. 82. 
brevirostris, Diatornineiira ; Urano- 

taenia. 
brenis, Fannia. 
brevispinosus, Culex. 
brevitarsis, Culicoides. 
brevitibia, Armigeres. 
breviuscnlus, Tabanus. 
brevivitta, Tabanus. 
brimontii, Amblyomma. 
brishanensis, Tabanus. 
bromelicola, Ceratopogon. 
bromius, Tabanus. 
broquettii, Aedes [Grabhamia) (see 

A . dorsalis) . 
bruchl, Tabanus. 
bruch iana, Ctenomyophila. 
bruesi, Tabanus. 
brumpti, Argas ; Phlebotomus. 
Brumptomyia, a new subgenus of 

Phlebotomus {(J-v.), X. 50. 
hriinnescens, Haematopota. 
brttnneus, Ptiniis. 
brunnipennis, Tabanus. 
briinnipes, Stomoxys. 
biicephala, Cnephalia. 
bukaniensis, Pangonia. 
bulgaricum, Simulium. 
bullata, Sarcophaga. 



bullatifrons, Haematopota. 

Biiplex, gen. n., VIII. 208. 

Buplex fuscinervis, Aust., described 

as new from Cape Colony, VIII. 

208. 
bursa, Liponyssiis ; Rhipicephalus. 
huscki, Aedes [Stegomyia) ; Droso- 

phila. 
buteonis, Ornithomyia. 
butler i, Aedes. 
buxtoni, Chrysops. 



c. 



caballus, Aedes [Grabhamia, Och- 
lerotatus) . 

Cacergates leucosticta (see Brachy- 
themis). 

Cacodmus ignotus. Roths., on bats 
in Uganda, II. 95. 

Cacodmus sparsilis. Roths., de- 
scribed as new from bats in Natal, 

Cacodmus villosus, Stal, II. 95. 

Cacomyia albomaculata (see Hacmo- 
gogus). 

cadavericus, Trachynotus. 

cadaverina, Cynomyia ; Pyrellia 
(Ophyra). 

cadaverinus, Dermestes ; Hister. 

cadaverum, Glyciphagus. 

caecigena, Tunga. 

caecutiens, Chrysops. 

Caenocephahis, gen. n., II. 93. 

Caenocephalus concolor, Tayl., in 
Tasmania, III. 37; breeding- 
places of, in New South Wales, 
IV. 182. 

Caenoprosopon hamlyni, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from New South 
Wales, VII. 12. 

caesar, Lucilia. 

caesarion, Cryptolucilia. 

caesia, Cyrtoneura. 

caffra, Trichodectes. 

caiennensis, Tabanus. 

cairnsensis, Aedes (Pseudoskusea) ; 
Culex (Lophoceratomyia) (see C. 
fraudatrix) . 

cajennense, .^.mblyomma (see A. 
cayennense) . 

Calandra, parasitised by Ceroce- 
phala, IV. 121. 

Calandra iCalendra) granaria, L., 
not possessing vesicating pro- 
perties, X. 147, 173. 

Calandra oryzae, L., Pediculoides 
ventricosus a parasite of, VIII. 
123. 

calcarata, Haemaphysalis. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



calcaratum, A mblyomma. 

calcaratus, Boophilus {M argaropiis) 
annulatus. 

calcitrans, Stonioxys. 

caledonica, Rachionotomyia. 

caledonicus, Ixodes ; Tahanus. 

Calendra (see Calandra). 

calidus, Mallophora. 

calif orniciis , Ceratophyllus ; Tahanus. 

caliginea, Glossina. 

caliginosa, Chaetoneurophora. 

caliginosus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 

callangana, Palponiyia. 

callida, Chrysops. 

calligraphus, Chironomus. 

Calliphora, III. 44, VII. 40; in 
British Isles, IX. 57, 140; in 
Egypt, VI. 100, 239 ; in Hawaii, 
VI." 164 ; in Mesopotamia, V. 23 ; 
in U.S.A., VI. 116: bionomics 
of, II. 89; relation of various 
protozoa to, V. 117, VI. 112, 

IX. 96, 126, 144; parasites of, 

V. 68 ; carriage of, by wind, 

I. 233 ; colour preferences of, 
VIII. 160; doubtful value of 
Scatophaga stercornria against, IX. 
57, 140 ; baits and traps for, 

IV. 142, V. 23, VI. 116; effect of 
hydrocyanic gas on, IX. 191 ; 
other measures against, V. 23, 

VI. 100. 

Calliphora aucta, Wlk., in India, 

X. 1.54. 

Calliphora augttr (see Anastellor- 

hina). 
Calliphora azurea (see Phormia). 
Calliphora color adensis. Hough, in 

U.S.A., III. 62, V. 92, 125, X. 

170 ; infesting meat factories, 

V. 92 ; associated with goats, X. 
170. 

Calliphora dux, Esch., Chrysomyia 
flaviceps recorded as, in Australia, 
X. 56 ; a synonym of Chrysomyia 
tnegacephala, q.v. 

Calliphora erythrocephala, Mg., X. 
73; in Australia, III. 15, IX. 
155; in Austria, VI. 81; in 
British Isles, II. 19, HI. 89, 175, 
IV. 46, 102, 143, 167, 169, VII. 
191, VIII. 22, 218, X. 87; in 
Canada, HI. 155; in France, II. 
134; in Gallipoh, IV. 92, VI. 
26 ; C. aucta mistaken for, in 
India, X. 154 ; in Manchuria, 
X. 45 ; in Mesopotamia, IX. 15 ; 
in New Zealand, VII. 107, IX. 
168, X. 165; in Poland, VIII. 
119; in Russia, I. 110; in 
Salonika, IV. 179; in U.S.A., 

II. 16, III. 62, 161, IV. 5, V. 



92, 125, 128, 145, VI. 103, 
VIII. 30, X. 26; disseminating 
ainoebic dysentery, VI. 82 ; trans- 
mitting anthrax, X. 26 ; causing 
myiasis, I. 67, HI. 152; flagel- 
lates found in, VIII. 88; in- 
fected with Nosema apis, II. 45; 
bacteria transmitted from larva 
to adult of, II. 62; bionomics of, 
II. 16, HI. 161, IV. 143, X. 23, 
172, 232 ; natural enemies of, 
II. 56, V. 158, VHI. 22, 30, 218; 
effect of temperature on, HI. 9; 
larvae of, attacking snails, VIII. 
24; hibernation of, V. 128; 
sense reactions of. VII. 56; 
abnormal development of, IX. 
86; female armature of, VII. 
133; measui-es against, IV. 5, 
167, 169, VII. 191, X. 87; on 
the battlefield, IV. 17. 

Calliphora flavipes, in Queensland, 
IV. 183. 

Calliphora groeiilandica (see Phor- 
mia). 

Calliphora hortona, Wlk., infesting 
sheep in New Zealand, IX. 168. 

Calliphora icela, Wlk., in New 
Zealand, IX. 168. 

Calliphora incisoralis (see Ckrysom- 
via incisuralis). 

Calliphora lata, Coq., in Korea, IX. 
180, X. 206 ; in Manchuria, X. 45 ; 
hibernation of, IX. 180, X. 206. 

Calliphora latifrons, Hough, in Mon- 
tana, HI. 62, V. 125. 

Calliphora oceaniae, R.-D. (see 
A nastellorhina augur) . 

Calliphora qiiadrimaculata, Swed., 
in New Zealand, VII. 107, IX. 
168 ; possibly infesting sheep, IX. 
168. 

Calliphora rufifacies (see Chry- 
somyia). 

Calliphora varipes (see Chrysomyia). 

Calliphora villosa, R.-D. (see Pol- 
lenia stygia). 

Calliphora viridescens, R.-D., in 
Canada, VII. 196; infesting meat 
factories in U.S.A., V. 92. 

Calliphora vomitoria, L., X. 73; in 
British Isles, II. 19, HI. 175, 
180, IV. 46, 143, 145, VIII. 218; 
in Canada, HI. 155, VI. 81: in 
France, II. 119, 134, X. 176; in 
Gallipoli, IV. 92, VI. 26; in 
Germanv, VIII. 122; in Poland, 
VIII. 119; in Sweden, VII. 157; 
in U.S.A., V. 92, 128, 145, VI. 
169, VII. 10, IX. 71, 173; 
causing myiasis. III. 31, 152, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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VI. 3 ; relation of, to disease, 
IX. 71, 173; larvae of, not 
•causing limberneck in poultry, 
VIII. 204; bionomics of, III. 
180, IV. 145, VI. 81; stimuli 
to oviposition of, IX. 139; hi- 
bernation of, V. 128; larvae of, 
reared in sterile media, VII. 140, 
VIII. 36; sense reactions of, 

VII. 56; measures against, II. 
119, III. 181, IV. 169, X. 176; 
parasites of, VIII. 218; in dead 
bodies, IX. 121 ; posterior stig- 
mata of larva of, II. 131. 

•calliphorae, Chalcis. 

■Calliptamus {Calopteniis) italiciis, 
L., parasitised by Sarcophaga 
spp., I. 151. 

'Callistopsylliis , gen. n., IV. 33. 

•CaUistopsyUus tevinus, J. & R., 
described as new from America, 
IV. 33. 

callithotrys, Aedes. 

callosus, Silviiis. 

Calocoris chenopodii, Mey. (see C. 
lineolaiHs). 

•Calocoris lineolaius, Goeze, on Eu- 
phorbia in Italy, IX. 106. 

•Calomyia priestleyi, Tayl., in 
Queensland, IV. 60. 

-Caloptenus italicus (see Calliptanms). 

caloptera, Dichelacera. 

Calopteryx, predacious on Anophe- 
line larvae, IX. 142. 

calopus, Aedes (see A. [Stegomyia) 
argenteus) . 

■calosomata, Uranotaenia. 

calva, Polyplax. 

■cameli, Sarcobtes scahiei. 

■camelina, Hippobosca. 

•cameloriim, Tersesthes. 

■campestris, Aedes ; Cicindela ; 
Uranotaenia. 

Camponotits hannani. For., in houses 
in Jamaica, IX. 31. 

"Camponotits landolti zonatus, Emery, 
a mechanical carrier of typhoid, 
II. 9. 

Camponotus pennsvlvanicus, De G., 
sodium fluoride against, in houses, 
VI. 40. 

■camposanus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 

camptorhvnchus, Aedes (Ochlerota- 
tus). 

Canadensis, Aedes [Culex, Ochlero- 
tatus). 

canaliculata, Forcipontyia. 

canariense, Simulium. 

cancer, Deinocerites. 

cancricomes, Aedes [Skitsea). 

cancroides, Chelifer. 

canella, Epischnia. 



canescens, Tephrochlamys. 

ca-nestrinii, Glyciphagns ; Ornitho- 
dorus. 

canicular is, Fannia (Hoinalomyia). 

caninus, Demodex (see I), caiiis). 

canis, Ctenocephalus ; Demodex ; 
Otodectes {Chorioptes) cynotis ; 
Sarcoptes scahiei ; Trichodectes. 

canisuga, Ixodes. 

cannabina, Phorbia [Choriophila). 

cantans, Aedes (Culex, Culicada) 
(see A. maculatus). 

cantator, Aedes [Culex, Ochlerotatus). 

Cantharis flavicornis, Duf., causing 
dermatitis in Senegal, IV. 15. 

Cantharis hirticornis, Haag, value 
of, in India, X. 128. 

Cantharis vesicatoria (see Lytta). 

Cantharis vestita, Duf., causing 
dermatitis in Senegal, IV. 15. 

Canthon, introduced into Hawaii 
against Lyperosia irritans, X. 83; 
in U.S.A.', X. 83. 

Canthon violaceus, Ol., proposed 
introduction of, into Porto Rico 
to destroy breeding-places of 
Lyperosia,\ll. 186. 

canus, Tabanus. 

capensis, Haemolaelaps ; Hippo- 
bosca ; Lynchia [Olfersia) ; Rhino- 
lophopsylla ; Rhipicephalus. 

capillatus, Solenopotes. 

capitis, Pediculus. 

caponis, Lipeurus. 

caprae, Chorioptes ; Psoroptes equi 
[communis) ; Sarcoptes scabiei; 
Trichodectes. 

capricornii, Haemagogus. 

caprina, Lipoptena. 

captonis, Tabanus. 

cava, Wyeomyia. 

Carausius [Dixippus) morosus, F., 
azurophil granulations in leu- 
cocytes of, IX. 123; reaction of, 
to inoculation with Leptomonas 
pyrrhocoris, IX. 144. 

carbonarius, Chrysops. 

cardatnitisi, Pyretophorus (see Ano- 
pheles superpictus). 

caribbea, Drosophila. 

caridei, Cotocripus. 

carmodyae, Culex. 

carnaria, Sarcophaga. 

Camus, parasitic on birds, X. 139. 

Camus hemapterus, Nitzsch, para- 
sitic on birds in Europe, IX. 20, 
X. 140, 166 ; conveying Haemo- 
proteus to kestrels, VIII. 62. 

Camus [Hyleniyia) nidicola, Aldr., 
described as new, VIII. 68 ; 
parasitic on birds in U.S.A., 
VIII. 68, X. 140. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Camus seiosus, Stobbe, infesting 
birds in Central Europe, IX. 20. 

carpenter i , Pangonia. 

carpophagus, Geophilus. 

Carpophilns nintilatus, Erichs., on 
hides from India, III. 143. 

Carrollia, notice of key to species 
of, X. 55 ; a subgenus of Culex, 
q.v. 

carter i, Elaphrornyia. 

cartroni, Aedes {Stegomyia) ; Culex 
(see C. fatigans). 

casei, Piophila. 

caspius, Aedes [Ochlerotatits). 

castanea, Forcipomyia. 

castaneum, Tribolium. 

castellanii, Tyroglyphiis longior. 

castoris, Platypsyllus. 

castrensis , Culex. 

Catallagia charlottensis. Baker, on 
Peroniyscus macrochirus in Br. 
Columbia, IV. 33. 

Catallagia decipiens, Roths., de- 
scribed as new, IV. 33 ; hosts of, 
in British Columbia, IV. 33. 

cataphylla, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 

catasticta, Aedomyia (see A. venu- 
stipes) . 

Catharsius molossiis, L., in Philip- 
pines, X. 83 ; attempted intro- 
duction of, into Hawaii against 
Lyperosia irritans, X. 83. 

cati, Demodex : Notoedrits {Notoe- 
dres, Sarcoptes). 

caucasicus, Phlebotomus (see P. 
sergenti). 

caucurtei, Ixodiphagus. 

caudatus, Boophilus {Mar gar opus) 
annulatus. 

caudelli, Culex. 

caviae, Chirodiscoides. 

cavus, Dibrachys. 

cayennense, Amblyomma. 

cayennensis, Cuterebra. 

Celaenopsis latus, Bks., in New 
Jersey, III. 155. 

celaenosp ila , Palimmecomyia . 

celer, Chrysops. 

Cellia, a subgenus of Anopheles, q.v. 

centrale, Psorophora [J anthinosoma) 
(see P. posticata). 

Centrochalcis exaratum (see Stoma- 
toceras). 

centropunctattts, Aedes [Culicelsa, 
Ochlerotatits). 

Centrorhynchiis inconspicuosus (see 
Lasiohelea) . 

centiirionis, Chrysops. 

Cephalomyia maculata, Wied. (see 

• Cephalopsis titillator). 

Cephalomvia ovis (see Oestrus). 

cephalouica, Corcyra. 



Cephalopsis , peculiar to camels, V. 
49. 

Cephalopsis (Oestrus) titillator, 
Clark [Cephalomyia ■maculata, 
Wied.), in Egypt, VI. 239; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 102 ; infesting 
camels. III. 99, 218, VI. 239, IX. 

\ 102; synonymy of, IV. 22. 

cephalotes , Aphaereta. 

Cephenomyia, in N. Canada, VII. 
196 ; infesting haartebeeste in 
Gold Coast, V. 45 ; placed in the 

. Calliphorinae, V. 49 ; notice of 
key to larvae and adults of, IV. 
22, IX. 19. 

Cephenomyia abdominalis, Aldr., de- 
scribed as new from U.S.A., 
III. 166. 

Cephenomyia auribarbis, Mg. {vufi- 
barbis, Mg.), IX. 19; on red 
deer in Europe, III. 166. 

Cephenomyia grandis, Guer., in 
Patagonia, III. 166. 

Cephenomyia macrotis, Brauer, pro- 
bably identical with C phobifer, 
V. 180. 

Cephenomyia phobifer, Clark, in- 
festing game animals in America, 
V. 180. 

Cephenomyia pratti, Hunter, infest- 
ing game animals in America, 

V. 180. 

Cephenomyia rufibarbis, Mg. (see 

C. auribarbis). 
Cephenomyia stimulator, Clark, IX. 

19 ; on roe deer in Europe, III. 

166. 
Ce-hhenomyia irompe, L., IX. 19; 

in Lapland, VIII. 74, X. 40; 

in Norway, VI. 78; infesting 

reindeer, III. 166, VI. 78, X. 40; 

bionomics and control of, X. 

40 ; confused with Gastrophilus 

nasalis, III. 217. 
Cephenomyia ulrichi, Brauer, on 

elk in Europe, III. 166; larva 

of, IX. 19. 
cepuricus, Tabanus. 
Ceratitis, iDarasites of, in Nigeria, 

VI. 40.^ 

Ceratolophus, blood-sucking habits 
of, I. 66. 

Ceratophyllus, infesting birds in 
America, VIII. 98; on rats and 
squirrels in India, IX. 211, 212. 

Ceratophyllus acutus, Baker, trans- 
mitting plague amongst rodents 
in U.S.A., IV. 4, X. 44 ; attacking 
man, VIII. 4. 

Ceratophyllus alladinis, Roths., in 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Ceratoplivllus anisiis, Roths., and 

plague. IV. 4, VIII. 4. 
Ceratophyllus apollinaris, J. & R., 

described as new from Colombia. 

IX. 62. 
Ceratophyllus arcotus, J. & R., de- 
scribed as new from India, IX. 62. 
Ceratophyllus argutus, J. & R., 

described as new from India, IX. 

62. 
Ceratophyllus avium, Tasch., on 

fowls in U.S.A., VI. 143. 
Ceratophyllus barharus, J. & R., VII. 

151. 
Ceratophyllus californicits, Baker, 

probably a synonym of C. 

fasciatus, IX. 62. 
Ceratophyllus colunibae, Gerv., on 

owls in Caucasia, IV. 151. 
Ceratophyllus elatus, J. & R., de- 
scribed as new from Turkestan, 

IV. 32. 
Ceratophyllus fasciatus, Bosc, in 

Australia, III. 206, IV. 182, VI. 

62, VII. 81, 187, X. 144; in 
Britain, I. 102, 104, IV. 166, V. 
179, IX. 47, 202; in Egypt, III. 
44; in India, IX. 62, 125, 211; 
in Italv. VIII. 201 ; in Malta, VI. 
43, 190; in U.S.A., I 186. X. 44, 
84; and plague, I. 88, II. 61, HI. 

63, IV. 4, VII. 155, VIII. 3, X. 
44 ; possibly transmitting rheu- 
matic fever. VIII. 75, IX. 62, X. 
119; protozoa found in, I. 123, 
II. 54, 90, III. 74, 144, IV. 103; 
entozoa found in, I. 165, V. 14, 
VIII. 85; attacking man, VI. 86, 

VIII. 3, X. 44; on rodents, I. 
102, 104, 186, II. 54, 90, HI. 44, 
63, IV. 103, 182, V. 179, VI. 43, 
190, VII. 81, 187, VIII. 201, IX. 
211, X. 144; bionomics of, II. 
62-64, 131, 190, X. 84; measures 
against, II. 62, VIII. 76. 

Ceratophyllus fidus, J. & R., de- 
scribed as new from Apodemns 
tscherga in Turkestan, IV. 32. 

Ceratophyllus fimbriatus, J. & R., 
described as new from Sciurop- 
terus fimbriatus in N.W. India, 

IX. 61. 

Ceratophyllus fringillae, Wlk., in- 
festing birds in England, IX. 47. 

Ceratophyllus gallinae, Sc.hr., in 
Britain, I. 103, III. 158, IV. 166, 
IX. 47; in U.S.A.. I. 85, II. 44 
(lusavium in error), IV. 13; 
infesting fowls and other birds, 
I. 85, III. 158, IV. 13, IX. 47 ; on 
rats, I. 103; bionomics of, II. 64; 
notes on larvae of, II. 131. 



Ceratophyllus gallinulae, Dale, in? 
testing birds in England, IX. 47. 

Ceratophyllus garei, Roths., infesting 
birds in England, IX. 47; de- 
scril ed as C. utahensis, sp. n., VII. 
121. 

Ceratophyllus haesidatoris-desider-t 
atus, Weiss, described as new 
from rodents in Tunisia, VII. 151. 

Ceratophyllus hastatus, J. & R., 
described as new from Dremomys 
rufigenis in Shan States, IX. 61. 

Ceratophyllus hirundinis, Curt., inr 
testing house-martins in England. 
IX. 47; on rats, I. 103. 

Ceratophyllus idoneus, Roths., de- 
scribed as new, VII. 164 ; hosts of, 
in Sumatra, VII. 164. 

Ceratop/ivlhts ignotus, J. & R., in 
U.S. a', IV. 33. 

Ceratophyllus ignotus albertensis, J. 
& R., described as new, IV. 33; 
hosts of, in Canada, IV. 33. 

Ceratophyllus ignotus apachinus, 
Fox, on Thomomys talpoides 
agrestis in Colorado, IV. 33. 

Ceratophyllus ignotus franciscanus. 
Roths., hosts and distribution of, 
IV. 33. 

Ceratophyllus ignotus recula, J. & R., 
described as new, IV. 33 ; hosts of, 
in British Columbia, IV. 33. 

Ceratophyllus klossi, Roths., de- 
scribed as new from Rattus inflatus 
in Sumatra, VII. 164. 

Ceratophyllus laverani. Roths., Try- 
panosoma blanchardi in, I. 123. 

Ceratophyllus londiniensis, Roths., 
on rats at Liverpool, IX. 202. 

Ceratophyllus lupatus, J. & R., 
described as new from Sciurus 
lateroides from Nepal, IX. 61. 

Ceratophyllus lusavium, Tasch. (see 
C. gallinae). 

Ceratophyllus macrophthalmus , J. & 
R., described as new from Arvi- 
cola terrestris scythicus in Turkes- 
tan, IV. 32. 

Ceratophyllus maurus, J. & R., on 
rodents in Algeria, VII. 151. 

Ceratophyllus metis, Wlk.. infesting 
foxes, "IX. 96. 

Ceratophyllus miistelae, \\'agner, 
hosts of, in England, 1. 103, IX. 47. 

Ceratophyllus nilgiriensis, J. & R., 
described as new, IX. 62; hosts 
of, in India, IX. 62, 211. 

Ceratophyllus oculatus, Baker, pro- 
bably a synonym of C. fasciatus, 
IX. 62. 

Ceratophyllus penicilliger, Grube. on 
voles in England, IX. 47. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



"Ceralophyllus praefectus, J. & R., 
described as new from Apodemus 
tscherga in Turkestan, IV. 32. 

■Ceratophyllns pimensis, J. & R., 
described as new from Funamhii- 
lus in India, IX. 62. 

Ccratophyllus piinjabensis, J. & R., 
described as new from rats in 
India, IX. 62, 211. 

Ceratophyllus sarinns, J. & R., 
described as new from Miis in 
Asia Minor, IX. 62. 

Ceratophyllus sciiiroritm, Schr., on 
rodents in England, IX. 47. 

Ceratophyllus silantievi, Wagner, 
on marmots in ]\Iongolia, I. 190. 

■Ceratophyllus simla, J. & R., des- 
cribed as new, IX. 62 ; hosts of, 
in India, IX. 62. 

Ceratophvllus sincenis, J. & R., 
described as new from Palestine, 
IX. 62. 

Ceratophyllus sodalis, Roths., des- 
cribed as new from squirrels in 
Sumatra, VII. 164. 

Ceratophyllus spadix, J. & R., 
described as new from Burma, 

IX. 62. 

Ceratophyllus styx. Roths., on birds 
in England, IX. 47. 

Ceratophvllus sucinus, J. & R., 
described as new, IX. 62; hosts 
of, in Rumania, IX. 62. 

Ceratophyllus tamilanus, J. & R., 
described as new from Epimys in 
Ceylon, IX. 62. 

Ceratophyllus tersus, J. & R., des- 
cribed as new from Rhoiubomys 
in Turkestan, IV. 32. 

Ceratophyllus utahensis, Chapin, 
described as new from Stc<^anopus 
tricolor in U.S.A., VII. 121; a 
sjmonym of C. garei, q.v. 

Ceratophyllus ivagneri, Baker, on 
PeromyscHS in U.S.A., VII. 121. 

Ceratophvllus walker; , Roths., hosts 
of, in England, I. 103, IX. 47. 

Ceratopogon, VII. 40; in Tropical 
Africa, I. 45, III. 33, 50. 137, 
VI. 83; in Brazil, I. 65, V. 65; in 
India, VII. 46, X. 81; in Malaya, 

X. 58 ; in Peru, I. 221 ; in U.S.A., 
TI. 78 ; in West Indies, V. 54 ; not 
carrying microfilaria. III. 33; 
attacking other insects, I. 119, 
II. 204, VI. 37, X. 58; feeding 
habits of, X. 81 ; notice of key to 
species of, X. 52. 

Ceratopogon australlensis, Kieff., 
described as new from New 
Guinea, VII. 154. 



Ceratopogon belltts (see Neocerato- 
pogon). 

Ceratopogon blanchardi, Salm, de 
scribed as new from Java, V. 75. 
(See C raphaelis.) 

Ceratopogon bromelicola, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 82. 

Ceratopogon (Prohelea) chrysothrix, 
Kieff., described as new from 
Philippines and Formosa, IX. 
191. 

Ceratopogon coquillctti, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from U.S.A., VII. 
154. 

Ceratopogon decipiens, Kieff., in 
India. VIII. 30. 

Ceratopogon filibranchi us, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Ceratopogon flaviventr is, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Ceratopogon fuscicornis (see Etiforci- 
pomyia). 

Ceratopogon [Prohelea) fuscimanus, 
Kieff., described as new from 
Formo-sa, IX. 191. 

Ceratopogon kribiensis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, X. 
51. 

Ceratopogon Icpidopus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Ceratopogon leucliocJiaetus, Kieff., 
described as new from I\amerun, 
X. 51. 

Ceratopogon niligena, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Sudan, X. 51. 

Ceratopogon peregrinus, Johannsen, 
in Illinois, IV. 55. 

Ceratopogon punctum-album, Kieff., 
described as new from New 
Guinea, VII. 154. 

Ceratopogon raphaelis, Salm, n.n. for 
C. blanchardi, V. 75, VI. 175, IX. 
107; in Java, V. 75, VI. 175, 
IX. 107. 

Ceratopogon salmi, de Meij., attack- 
ing man in Sunda Islands, II. 162. 

Ceratopogon stimulans (see Lasio- 
helea) . 

Ceratopogon tropicus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Costa Rica, 
VII. 154. 

Ceratopogon (Forciponiyia) vexans, 
de Meij., attacking man in Sunda 
Islands, II. 162. 

Ceratopsvlla, on bats in Tasmania, 
IX. 105. 
■ cerealella, Sitotroga. 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Cerocephala, parasite of Calandra, 
IV. 121. 

Ceroxys crassipennis, F., flagellates 
found in. VIII. 88. 

certa, Amphipsylla. 

cervi, Lipoptena. 

cevvicalis, Pediculus (see P. capitis). 

cervus, Stichocera {Dicranoniyia). 

Ceutrorhynchus seiifer, Liitz (see 
Cotocripns caridei) . 

ceylonicus, Aedes ; Tabanns. 

Chaetocruiomyia (see Aedes). 

Chaetocruiomyia sylvestris, Theo. 
(see Aedes spinosipcs). 

Chaetodaciis (see Dacus). 

Chaetomyia (see Armigeres). 

Chaetoneurophora caliginosa, Mg., 
breeding-places of, IV. 51. 

Chaetoneurophora curvinervis, Beck- 
er, breeding-places of, IV. 51. 

Chaetopsvlla vulpes, Motsch., on 
foxes," IX. 96. 

chagasi, Triatoma. 

Chagasia, a subgenus of Anopheles 
(q.v.), VII. 23. 

Chalcis, rare as parasites of blow- 
flies in Australia, X. 2. 

Chalcis amenocles, Wlk., parasite of 
Glossina in Gold Coast, VI. 40, 99. 

Chalcis calliphorae, Frogg., described 
as new, IV. 179 ; parasitising 
blow-flies in Australia, IV. 179, V. 
6, 166, VIII. 174, IX. 156, 169, 
X. 1, 56, 134; introduced into 
New Zealand, IX. 169; of little 
economic importance, X. 134. 

Chalcis dipterophaga, Gir. & Dodd, 
of little value against blow-flies 
in Australia, X. 1, 134. 

chalcocorystes, Culex. 

chalcogaster, Ophyra. 

chalcospilans, Haemagogtis. 

chamaeleon, Stratiomyia. 

chamberlaini, Mimomyia. 

chanayi, Freyana. 

chandi, Heizmannia. 

Chaohovus , thoracic air-sacs of larva 
of, VII. 103; pupal characters of, 
V. 167. 

Chaoborus indicus, Giles, in Suma- 
tra, IV. 23. 

charloftensis, Catallagia. 

chaudoyei, Anopheles (see A. multi- 
color) . 

Cheiletiella parasitovorax, Megn., 
causing mange in man, VII. 172; 
on cats, V. 128. 

Chelifer cancroides, L., in Norway, 
IV. 180 ; predacious on bed-bugs 
in Russia, VIII. 134. 

Chelifer {Chernes) nodostis, Schr., 
infesting house-flies in Britain, 



III. 174, IV. 146; breeding in 

manure, VII. 191. 
Chelifer scorpioides, Herm., infesting 

Stomoxys calcitrans in Britain, IV. 

146. 
chelli, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 
Chelotabanus aurora, Macq., habits 

of, in Brazil, VIII. 25. 
chemulpoensis, Aedes [Stegomyia) . 
chenopodii, Calocoris (see C. lineo- 

latus) . 
cheopis, Xenopsylla [Loenwpsylla, 

Pulex) . 
chephrenis, Xenopsylla. 
Chernes nodosus (see Chelifer). 
Cheyletus, attacking man in Suma- 
tra, IV. 52 ; predacious on harmful 

mites, X. 47. 
Cheyletus eruditus, Schr., in Britain, 

VIII. 201, IX. 11 ; in France, IX. 

11; hosts of, VIII. 201, IX. 11; 

predacious on forage mites, IX. 

11. 
Chiastopsylla, notice of key to, X. 

30. 
Chiastopsylla godfreyi, Watrst., in 

Cape Colonj^ X. 30. 
Chiastopsylla rossi, Watrst., hosts 

of, in S. Africa, III. 134. 
chicorii, Mylabris. 
chidesteri, Culex. 

chinensis, Haeniatopinus suis ; Pedi- 
culus humanus ; Phlebotomus 

major, 
chiopterus, Culicoides. 
Chirodiscoides, gen. n., VI. 60. 
Chirodiscoides caviae, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from guinea-pigs, 

VI. 60. 
Chiromyia flava, L., II. 124. 
Chironomus, in Kashmir, I. 142; 

breeding-places of, in Senegal, I. 

54; in Switzerland, VI. 172. 
Chironomus calligraphicus, in 

Guatemala, IV. 177. 
chiropteralis, Demodex : Liponyssus. 
Chloe, not destroying mosquito 

larvae in Russia, I. 195, 196. 
Chloromyia formosa, Scop., breeding 

in manure in British Isles, VII. 

191. 
Chloropisca circumdata, Mg., in 

houses in England, III. 184. 
Chloropisca notata, Mg., in Britain, 

III. 89. 
Chlorops leprae, Wied., and leprosy 

in Zanzibar, I. 54. 
chloropyga, Chrysomyia. 
Chlorotabanus mexicantis (see Taba- 

nus). 
Choeromyia, frequenting houses in 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS^ 



Africa, V. 36 ; blood-sucking larva 
of, II. 69, III. 97, 98, 122, VI. 155. 

Choeromyia bcquaerti, Roub., infest- 
ing burrows of ant-bears and 
wart-hogs in Tropical Africa, III. 
199, VII. 86. 

Choeromyia bouefi, Roub., bionomics 
of, in Tropical Africa, I. 172, III. 
199, IV. 101. 

Choeromyia choerophaga, Roub., bio- 
nomics of, in Tropical Africa, I. 
172-175, IV. 101; Cordylohia 
anthropophaga erroneously re- 
corded as. III. 199, IV. 16. 

Choeromyia {Auchmeromyia) prae- 
. grandis, Aust., bionomics of, in 
Tropical Africa, I. 69, 92, 172, 
III. 199, VII. 86. 

choerophaga, Choeromyia. 

Choeroporpa (see Cidex). 

chordeilis, Haemaphysalis (see H. 
cinnabarina) . 

Chorioptes, VII. 39. 

Chorioptes auricularum, Luc. & Nic. 
(see Otodectes cynotis). 

Chorioptes bonis bovis, Gerl. [sytn- 
biotes, Raill.), causing mange in 
cattle in U.S.A., VII. 104. 

Chorioptes bovis equi, Gerl., in 
Belgian Congo, V. 35 ; infesting 
horses, IV. 178, V. 35, VI. 170, 
VII. 166. 

Chorioptes caprae, Gerv. & Beneden, 
causing mange in goats, I. 93. 

Chorioptes cynotis (see Otodectes). 

Chorioptes cynotis canis (see Oto- 
dectes). 

Chorioptes cynotis felis (see Oto- 
dectes) . 

Chorioptes cynotis furonis (see Oto- 
dectes). 

Chorioptes ecaudatits, Megn. (see 
Otodectes cynotis) . 

Chorioptes equi (see C. bovis equi). 

Chorioptes symbiotes, Raill. (see C. 
bovis) . 

Chorfoglyphus arcuatus, Troup, in 
stables in Britain, IX. 11. 

Chortophila (see Phorbia). 

christianus, Aedes {Stegoniyia). 

Christopher si, Aedes (F inlay a) ; Ano- 
pheles (see A. tninimus). 

Christophersin halli, James (see 
Anopheles kochi). 

chroiopus, Sabethes. 

chryselatus, Culex (Microculex) . 

chrysidiformis, Rodhainomyia [Cob- 
boldia) . 

Chrysis, parasite of Beinbex rostrata, 
III. 195. 

Chry soconops acer, Theo. (see Taenio- 
rhynchus brevicelluliis). 



Chrysoconops aurites (see Taenio- 
rhynchus). 

Chrysoconops brevicellulus (see 
Taeniorhynchus) . 

Chrysoconops cristatus (see Taenio- 
rhynchus) . 

Chrysoconops fulvus (see Aedes). 

Chrysoconops fuscopennatus (see 
Taeniorhynchus) . 

Chrysoconops nocturnus, Theo. (see 
Taeniorhynchus cristatus). 

Chrysoconops pygmaeus, Theo. (see 
Taeniorhynchus brevicellulus). 

chrysogaster, Eretmopodites. 

Chrysomyia [Pycnosoma), I. 140; 
parasitised by Nasonia brevi- 
cornis, V. 158 ; trypanosomes of, 
unable to live in other flies, VI. 
34 ; posterior stigmata of larva 
of, II. 131. 

Chrysomyia {Calliphora, Pycnosoma) 
albiceps, Wied. {putoria, Wied., 
rufifacies, Macq.), in W. Africa, 
III. 98, IX. 208, X. 187; in 
Australia, I. 225, II. 85, 94, III. 
14, 15, 159, 185, IV. 71, 183, V. 
6, 54, 166, VII. 124, VIII. 73, 

IX. 155, 168, X. 1, 56, 204; in 
Belgian Congo, V. 139 ; in Hawaii, 

VI. 163; in India, X. 74; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 15 ; in New 
Zealand, IX. 168, X. 165, 204 ; in 
Rhodesia, VIII. 199; in Somali- 
land, III. 136; in Zanzibar, III. 
50, VI. 46; believed to spread 
dysentery, III. 98; infected with 
Herpetomonas mirabilis, IX. 208 ; 
causing myiasis, V. 139, VIII. 
199; infesting man, X. 187; 
infesting sheep, I. 225, II. 85, 94, 
III. 14, 15, 159, 185, IV. 71, VII. 
124, IX. 155, 168, X. 165, 204; 
bionomics of, V. 6, 166, VI. 163, 

X. 1, 56, 74 ; utilisation of para- 
sites of, VII. 100 ; distribution of, 
X. 154; anatomy of larva of, IX. 
64 ; measures against, IV. 71, 

VII. 124; synonymy of, X. 56, 
74, 154. 

Chrysomyia albiceps bibula, Wied. 
(see C. albiceps). 

Chrysomyia arabica, R.— D. (see C. 
marginalis) . 

Chrysomyia bata, Wlk. (see C. 
megacephala) . 

Chrysomyia bengalensis, R.-D. (see 
C. albiceps). 

Chrysomyia [Pycnosoma) bezziana, 
Vill. (megacephala, Bezzi nee F., 
flaviceps, auct.), in Tropical 
Africa, III. 98, IV. 21, V. 35, 139, 
X. 17; in India, VI. 62, IX. 53, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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103, 105, X. 17, 67, 137, 154; in 

Zanzibar, VI. 124; causing myia- 
sis. III. 98, IV. 21, V. 35, 139, VI. 
124, IX. 53, 103, 105, X. 17, 67, 

137 ; bionomics of, VI. 62 ; odours 

attractive to, VII. 27; measures 

against, X. 137. 
Chrysomyia chloropyga, Wied., caus- 
• ing myiasis in Belgian Congo, V. 

139. 
Chrysomyia combrea, Wlk. [niqriceps, 

Patton), bionomics of, in India, 

X. 74 ; synonyms of, X. 154. 
Chrysomyia defixa, Wlk. (see C. 

combrea). 
Chrysomyia dejeani, R.-D. (see C. 

albiceps). 
Chrysomyia duvaucellii, R.-D. (see 

C. megacephala) . 
Chrysomyia dux, Esch. (see C. 

megacephala) . 
Chrysomyia elara, Wlk. (see C. 

albiceps). 
Chrysomyia emoda, Wlk. (see C. 

albiceps). 
Chiysomyia flaviceps, Macq. (see 

C megacephala), 
Chrysomyia flaviceps, auct. (see 

C. bezziana). 
Chrysomyia himella, Wlk. (see C. 

albiceps) . 
Chrysomyia {Calliphora) incisuralis, 

Macq., in Australia, VIII. 73, 

IX. 155. 

Chrysomyia macellaria (see Cochlio- 
niyia) . 

Chrysomyia [Pycnosoma) marginalis , 
Wied., fly allied to, causing myia- 
sis in S. Rhodesia, VII. 60; in 
Somaliland, III. 136 ; in Zanzibar, 
III. 50; synonyms of, X. 154. 

Chrysomyia [Pycnosoma) megace- 
phala, F. [dux, Esch., flaviceps, 
Macq.), in Australia, IX. 155, X. 
1, 56; in Ceylon, VI. 42; in 
Hawaii, III. 159, VI. 164; in 
India, IX. 53, 179, X. 17, 154; 
causing myiasis, III. 159, VI. 
42, IX. 53, 179, X. 17; Herpe- 
tomonas in, IX. 208; bionomics 
of, X. 1, 74 ; larva of, attacking 
molluscs, IX. 49 ; distribution of, 

X. 74; synonymy of. III. 98, X. 
154 ; C. bezziana wronglv identi- 
fied as. III. 98. 

Chrysoinyia nigriceps, Patton, de- 
scribed as new from India, X. 74 ; 
a synonym of C. combrea, q.v. 

Chrysomyia nigripennis. Hough (see 
C marginalis). 

Chrysomyia orientalis, Macq. (see C. 
albiceps) . 



Chrysomyia pinguis, Wlk. (s6e C. 

combrea). 
Chrysomyia putoria, Wied. (see C. 

albiceps). 
CMysomyia regalis, R.-D. (see C. 

marginalis) . 
Chrysomyia remuria, Wlk. (see C. 

megacephala). 
Chrysomyia rufifacies, Macq. (see C 

albiceps) . 
Chrysomyia [Pycnosoma) varipes, 

Macq.', in Australia, III. 185, IV. 

71, V. 6, 166, VI. 68, VII. 100, 

124, VIII. 73, IX. 155, X. 1; 

infesting sheep. III. 185, IV. 71, 

VII. 124 ; bionomics of, V. 6, 166, 

IX. 155 ; natural enemies of, VI. 

68, VII. 100, X. 1 ; repellents for, 

IV. 71 ; anatomy of larva of, IX. 
64. 

Cfirysomyia villeneuvei, Patton, de- 
scribed as new, X.74; bionomics 
of, in India, X. 74, 154. 

Chrysomyza demandata, F., bred 
from manure in England, IV. 108. 

chrysonotum, Culex ; Taeniorhynohus 
[Mansonia). 

chrysophila, Corizoneura. 

Chrysops, in Tropical Africa, I. 16, 
HI. 33, 116, 138, V. 11, VI. 99; 
in Brazil, II. 176; in Colombia, 
III. 70; in India, X. 67; pre- 
dacious on mosquito larvae in 
Macedonia, VI. 162; in Philip- 
pines, II. 101; in Sudan, I. 126; 
in Tasmania, V. 66 ; in U.S.A., II. 
78; and filariasis, I. 16, HI. 33, 

V. 11, VI. 83, 99; possibly trans- 
mitting trypanosomiasis, I. 126 ; 
not transmitting surra, II. 42; 
bionomics of. III. 116, 195 ; 
supposed to carry eggs of Derma- 
tobia honv'nis. III. 194; attacking 
man, VI. 83; oviposition of, X. 
67; notes on larvae of, HI. 116, 
VII. 123; new genus alhed to, 
VII. 128 ; classification and distri- 
bution of Palaearctic species of, 
IX. 46. 

Chrysops aestuans, Wulp, in Quebec, 
III. 155. 

Chrysops ansteni, Neave, described 
as new from Nyasaland, III. 116. 

Chrysops basalis, Shiraki, described 
as new from Formosa, VIII. 119. 

Chrysops beckeri, Krober, described 
as new from Turkestan, IX. 46. 

Chrysops bimaculosa, Neave, de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
TIT. 116; early stages of, IH. 
116. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Chrysops honariensis, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, X. 
171. 

Chrysops buxtoni, Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, X. 208. 

Chrysops call i da, O.S., in Quebec, 
III. 155; in U.S.A., vl. 19; 
oviposition habits of, VI. 19. 

Chrysops carbonaria, Wlk., in Que- 
bec, III. 155. 

Chrysops celer, O.S., in Quebec, III. 
155. 

Chrysops centurionis, Aust., in 
French Equatorial Africa, III. 
33 ; possibly transmitting Filaria, 
III. 33. 

Chrysops coecutiens, L., in Astra- 
khan, III. 68; in N. Russia, III. 
195, IX. 40; in Sicily, III. 152; 
attacking man in Switzerland, X. 
93; in U.S.A., VI. 169; causing 
conjunctivitis in cattle, III. 152; 
a probable carrier of Weil's 
disease, V. 113. 

Chrysops connexa, Lw., in Sicil}?', 
III. 152. 

Chrysops costata, F., in Brazil, VI. 
90 ; in Cuba, IX. 212, X. 136, 215 ; 
in British Guiana, II. 16, III. 157, 
V. 4 ; in Jamaica, II. 20, V. 131 ; 
attacking man, V. 4, IX. 212, X. 
136, 215 ; a possible carrier of 
mal de caderas. III. 157. 

Chrysops ciiclux, Whitney, in Que- 
bec, III. 155. 

Chrysops ciirsim, Whitney, distinct 
from C. piidica. III. 25. 

Chrysops dimidiata, Wulp, in W. 
Africa, I. 16, III. 53, IX. 119, X. 
43, 113, 184; and filariasis, V. 
119, IX. 119, X. 43, 184. 

Chrysops discalis, Will., transmitting 
tularaemia to man in U.S.A., IX. 
188. 

Chrysops dispar, F., in Hong Kong, 
III. 132, IV. 65; in Sumatra, 
VII. 164. 

Chrysops distinctipennis, Aust., in 
Belgian Congo, IV. 68 ; in Gold 
Coast, V. 45. 

Chrysops excitans, Wlk., in Quebec, 

in. 155. 

Chrysops fixissima, Wlk., attacking 
man in N. Borneo, III. 129. 

Chrysops flavida, Wied., in Florida, 
VII. 20, 63. 

Chrvsops frigida, O.S., in Canada, 

II. 197, lil. 155. 

Chrysops fitgax, O.S., in Quebec, 

III. 155. 

Chrysops fuliginosa, Wied., in 
U.S.A., VIII. 95. 



Chrysops ftdv aster, O.S., in Canada, 

VI. 179. 
Chrysops fulviceps, Wlk., in British 

Guiana, V. 4. 
Chrysops funebr is, Aust., in Belgian 

Congo, IV. 68. 
Chrvsops fiisciapex, Lutz, in Brazil, 

VI. 90. 
Chrysops fuscipennis, Ric, in N. 

Rhodesia. I. 171. 
Chrysops hermanni, Krober, de- 
scribed as new from the Caspian 

Sea, IX. 46. 
Chrysops Indus, O.S., in Quebec, III. 

155. 
Chrysops {Heterochrysops) interriipta, 

Krober, described as new from 

Armenia, etc., IX. 46. 
Chrysops laeta, F., in Brazil, IV. 

36. 
Chrysops leucospila, Wied., in Brazil, 

VI. 90. 
Chrysops loewi, Krober, described 

as new from Siberia, IX. 43. 
Chrysops longicornis, ^lacq., in W. 

Africa, I. 16, III. 1, IV. 66, V. 45, 

VI. 225, X. 43; early stages of. 

in Nyasaland, III. 116; attacking 

man in Zanzibar, III. 50. 
Chrysops lugens, Wied., found in 

nest of Bembex spinolae in N. 

America, V. 74. 
Chrysops lynchi, Brethes, described 

as new from Argentina, X. 171. 
Chrysops magnifica, Aust. var. 

inornata, Aust., early stages of, 

in Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Chrysops niarmorata, Rossi, in 

Sicily. III. 152. 
Chrysops niinuta, Krober, described 

as new, IX. 46. 
Chrvsops mitis, O.S., in Quebec, 

in. 155. 

Chrysops mlokosieiviczi. Big. {stri- 
ata, Wulp), in Hong Kong, HI. 
132, IV. 65. 

Chrvsops moerens, Wlk., in Canada, 
VI. 179. 

Chrysops molesta, Wied., in Brazil, 
IV. 36, VI. 90. 

Chrysops niger, Macq., in Quebec, 
III. 155; found in nest of 
Bembex spinolae, V. 74. 

Chrvsops nigripes, Zett., in Lapland, 

VIII. 74! 

Chrvsops noctifer, Q.S., habits of, 
in British Columbia, II. 197. 

Chrysops obsoleta, Wied., in Quebec, 
III. 155. 

Chrysops pallidula, Aust., described 
as new from Angola. II. 84. 

Chrysops paraguayensis, Brethes, 



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described as new from Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Chrysops parvifascia, Lutz, biono- 
mics of, in Brazil, VI. 90, 91. 

Chrysops perspicillaris, O.S., in 
S'icily, III. 152. 

Chrvsops plangens , Wied., in Florida, 

VII. 20, 63. 

Chrvsops proclivis, O.S., habits of, 
in British Columbia. II. 197. 

Chrysops pseiidoricardoae, Krober, 
described as new from Turkestan, 

IX. 46. 

Chrysops pudica, O.S., found in 
nest of Bembex spinolae in N. 
America, V. 74 ; distinct from 
C. ciirsim, III. 25. 

Chrysops punctifera , Lw., in Meso- 
potamia, IX. 14 ; in Palestine, 

VIII. 111. 

Chrysops relict a, Mg., in Britain, 

X. 86 ; trapped by oiling ponds 
in Russia, III. 196. 

Chrysops sackeni, Hine, in Quebec, 
III. 155. 

Chrysops sicca, Becker, in Anglo- 
Egyptian Sudan, X. 110. 

Chrysops signifer, Wlk., in Philip- 
pines, VII. 194. 

Chrysops silacea, Aust., in W. 
Africa, I. 16, IV. 68, VI. 225, 

VIII. 217, IX. 119, X. 42, 184; 
and filariasis, V. 119, VIII. 217, 

IX. 119, X. 42, 184. 
Clirysops sinensis, Wlk., Asilids 

predacious on, in Formosa, VIII. 

119. 
Clirysops singiilaris (see Mesoniyia). 
Chrysops stigmaticalis, Lw., in Ka- 

merun, X. 113 ; in Transvaal, 

III. 121. 
Clivvsops stiniulans, Wlk., in India, 

V. 38, VI. 63, IX. 79; bionomics 

of, V. 38, VI. 63 ; egg parasites of, 

IX. 79. 
Chrysops striata, Wulp (see C. 

mlokosiewiczi). 
Chrysops tristis, F., in British 

Guiana, II. 16, V. 4, VII. 179; 

attacking man, V. 4. 
Chrysops idtima, Whitney, described 

as new from Florida, III. 25. 
Chrysops vittata, Wied., in Quebec, 

III. 155. 
Chrysops vittata var. floridana, John- 
son, described as new from 

Florida, II. 78. 
Chrysops wellmani, Aust., early 

stages of, in Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Chrysops woodi, Neave, described 

as new. III. 116 ; in Nj-asaland, 

in. 116, IV. 171. 



chrysorrhoea, Phormta [Protocalli- 
phora) (see P. azurea, Fall.). 

chrysosoma, Taeniorhynchus. 

chrysosphaerotum, Atrichopogon. 

chrysostigma, Orthetruni . 

chrysostonia, Sarcophaga. 

chrysothorax, Culex [Neomelanocoii- 
ion) . 

chrysothrix, Ceratopogon {Prohelea). 

Chrysozona (see Haematopota). 

ch ubb i , Taen iorhynch us . 

Cicindela campesiris, L., predacious 
on blow-flies in Britain, \l. 80. 

ciliaris, Culex. 

ciliata, Psorophora. 

cilicrura, Phorbia (Chortophila). 

cimhicis, Boettcheria, 

Cimex, transmitting anthrax, II. 
137 ; possible carriers of beri- 
beri, II. 67; relation of, to 
kala-azar, II. 67, 150, 153, 196, 
X. 72, 73, 136, 187, 230 ; possible 
carriers of leprosy, I. 54, 203, 
II. 40, 79, 137; possibly trans- 
mitting malaria, X. 178 ; possible 
carriers of plague, I. 158, II. 128; 
possible carriers of poliomyelitis, 
I. 216; possible carriers of 
recurrent fever, I. 198; trans- 
mitting Trypanosoma cruzi, IX, 
204; and typhoid, I. 187; not 
carriers of verruga, I. 221; 
fertilisation in. III. 70 ; measures 
against, I. 72, X. 103, 108, 123; 
utilisation of cockroaches against, 
X. 168; anatomy of, IX. 103, 
X. 231. 
Cimex boneti (see Leptocimex). 
Ciniex coliinibarius, Jenyns, infesting 
poultry and pigeons. III. 184, 
VI. 143, 159. 
Cimex foedus, Stal, II. 85. 
Ciniex hemiptera, F. {rotundatits, 
Sign.), I. 188; in W. Africa. 
VI. 225, X. 226; in Ecuador, 
VI. 192; in Br. Guiana, V. 
5; in India, IX. 80, X. 72, 73, 
138, 197, 231 ; probably present 
in Dutch E. Indies, VII. 115; 
in Mesopotamia, IX. 146 ; in 
U.S.A., VI. 210; in Zanzibar. 
III. 50; flagellates in, I. 220, 
IX. 162, 208, 209; and leish- 
maniasis, T. 1, 123, IV. 102, 125, 
174, X. 72, 73, 138, 197, 231; 
not transmitting American forest 
leishmaniasis, II. 53; possibly 
transmitting plague, I. 88, 90, 
V. 150; possibly transmitting 
recurrent fever, X. 158 ; trans- 
mitting Trypanosoma cruzi, I. 
123, II. 87 ; trypanosomes of 



INDEJi OF ARTHROPODS. 



flies unable to survive in, VI. 34 ; 
preferred hosts of, VI. 159, X. 

125, 226 ; infesting birds' nests, 
IX. 80; distribution of, X. 125; 
chemistry of saHva of. III. 42; 
synonymy of, II. 85. 

Cimex hirundinis, Jenvns, infesting 
birds in U.S.A.", VI. 143, 159, 

VIII. 69; protozoa found in, 

IX. 96. 

Cimex horrifer, Kirk, (see C. lieniip- 
teva) . 

Cimex inodorus, Diiges, infesting 
poultry, VI. 143, 159. 

Cimex lectularius, L., VII. 157, 193, 
VIII. 69, IX. 39, X. 69; in 
Norway, IV. 180 ; doubtful 
occurrence of, in Dutch East 
Indies, VII. 116; rare in Zanzi- 
bar, III. 50 ; flagellates and other 
organisms found in, I. 220, VI. 
204, IX. 96, 209 ; filaria probably 
not developing in, III. 45; rela- 
tion of, to various forms of 
leishmaniasis, I. 1, 30, 38, 123, 
II. 53, 137, HI. 28, 125, 126, 202, 
IV. 63, 124, 174, 175, V. 124; 
experimental transmission of in- 
fectious jaundice by, X. 185 ; not 
transmitting leprosy, II. 116 ; 
transmitting plague in mice, III. 
63 ; possibly transmitting polio- 
myelitis, 1. 18, VII. 187 ; possibly 
transmitting recurrent fever. III. 
123, X. 158 ; possibly trans- 
mitting seven-day fever, V. 179 ; 
possible carrier of toxoplasmosis, 
VI. 28; transmitting Trvpano- 
soma crmi, I. 124, 188, 11. 87, 

126, III. 56, VI. 213 ; experimen- 
tal transmission of tularaemia 
by, X. 96; possible relation of, 
to tvphus, V. 31, 124, 162, VII. 
133; bionomics of, I. 185, V. 
48, VI. 159, 174, VII. 173, VIII. 
134, IX. 44, X. 28, 125 ; infesting 
fowls, VI. 143; oviposition of, 
II. 88; effect of insecticides on, 
I. 61, 11. 62, HI. 105, 189, iv: 8; 
effect of temperature on, III. 9, 
IV. 91, V. 48, 105, VII. 20, 26, 
173, VIII. 129, IX. 80; fumiga- 
tion against, III. 58, 85, IV. 86, 
94, 135, 155, V. 75, VII. 182, 
VIII. 120, IX. 191; other 
measures against, IV. 190, 191, 
VI. 210; anatomy of, III. 25, 

X. 72, 224. 

Cimex macrocephala, Fieber (see C. 

hemipieva) : ' ■ 
Cimex pilosellns, Horvath, a specific 
• parasite of bats, X. 125. ■ •'■ 



Cimex pipistrelli, Jenyns, infesting 
bats, II. 173, VI. 159, IX. 181; 

transmitting Trypanosoma vesper- 

tilionis, II. 173. 
Cimex rotundatns, Sign, (see C. 

hemiptera). 
■cimicoides , N aucoris . 
cincta, Phaonia. 
cinctus. Anopheles; Pseiidociili- 

coides. 
cinerea, Nepa; Psychoda. 
cinerella, Phorbia [Chortophila). 
cinerellus, Culex [Culiciomyia) ; Culi- 

coides. 
cinereohorealis, Aedes. 
cinerescens, Tahaniis. 
cinereiim, SimuHum. 
cinereus, Aedes; Anopheles ; Ta- 

baniis. 
cingalaisina, Miisca. 
cingalensis, Haematopota. 
cingulata, Psorophora (Culex). 
cingulatus, Armigeres (Leicesteria) ; 

Culex (see C. coronator). 
cinnabarina, Haemaphysalis. 
cinnabaris, Trombicula. 
circumdata, Chloropisca. 
circum-datus, Tabanus. 
circumscriptus, Culicoides. 
circumsetosa, Aphiochaeta. 
citrinus, Culicoides. 
citroneus, Culicoides. 
claripennis, Pelecorhynchus . 
claritibialis, Tabantis. 
clarki, Gastrophilus (see G. nasalis). 
classicus, Aedes stimulans. 
clavata, Pangonia. 
clavicornis, Bothriothorax. 
claviger, F. et auct. nee Mg., 

Anopheles (see A. maculipennis) . 
claviger, Mg., Anopheles (see A. 

bifurcatiis) . 
clavipalpus, Radioculex (see Mi- 

momyia chamber laini). 
clavipes, Simulium. 
clelandi, Aedes {Culicada, Ochlerota- 

tus) ; Erephopsis ; Spaniopsis. 
Cleobonnea argenteorostris, B.-W. 

& B., described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 59. 
cleopatrae, Xenopsylla. 
Clerada apicicornis, Sign., attacking 

man in Hawaii, V. 138. 
■ CletOmorpha [Cletits] litiivipennis, 

Stal, infested with Leptomonas, 

I. 141. 
Cle'tus bisbipimctatus, Stal, infested" 

with Leptomonas, T. 141. 
Climacura nielanurus (see Culex). 
^climax, Trichodectes (see T. caprae). 
Clinocoris (see Cimex) . 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Clinohelea luteitarsus, Mg. {sitb- 
sessilis, Goetgh.), in Britain, IX. 
195 ; synonymy of, X. 141. 

Clinohelea subsessilis, Goetgh. (see 
C. luteitarsus). 

Clysia ambiguella, Hb., carrier of the 
causal organism of diarrhoea in 
Hungary, X. 3. 

Cneniidocoptes gallinae (see C. laevis 
gallinae). 

Criemidocoptes (Sarcoptes) laevis, 
RailL, in Australia, VIII. 164; 
in Belgian Congo, IX. 164 ; 
in U.S.A., VI. 143; infesting 
fowls, VI. 143, VIII. 164, IX. 164. 

Cneniidocoptes laevis gallinae, RailL, 
on fowls in U.S.A., III. 155, VI. 
14, 143, VIII. 14, 84; measures 
against, VI. 143, VIII. 14, 84. 

Cneniidocoptes {Sarcoptes) mutans 
Robin, in British Isles, IX. 206 
in Belgian Congo, V. 35, IX. 164 
in Mauritius, VII. 134 ; in U.S.A. 
II. 44, III. 38, 155, VI. 14, 143 
causing scaly-leg of fowls, II 
44, III. 38, VI. 14, IX. 206; 
infesting rodents, X. 201 ; mea- 
sures against, VI. 14, 111, 143, 
VIII. 127, 164. 

Cnephalia biicephala, Mg., in Russia, 
I. 151. 

Cnethocampa pityocampa, Schiff., 
anaphylaxis and immunity in, 
X. 228. 

coalititm, Simulium cilcocki. 

coarctata, Trombicula. 

coassus, Linognathus. 

Cobboldia, infesting African ele- 
phants, III. 144; C. elephaniis 
the type of. VIII. 108. 

Cobboldia chrysidiformis (see Rod- 
hainomyia). 

Cobboldia elephaniis, Steel, infesting 
the Asiatic elephant, III. 100, 
IV. 40, VII. 116, 117, VIII. 108; 
egg-laying habits of, in India, 
X. 195. 

Cobboldia loxodontis, Brauer, in- 
festing the African elephant, II. 
91, HI. 100, IV. 40, V. 35, VI. 
107, VII. 116, 117, 170, VIII. 108. 

Cobboldia parumspinosa, Gedoelst, 
in S. Africa, VII. 116; probably 
a synonym of C. loxodontis, 
VIII. 108. 

Cobboldia rover ei, Ged. (see Rod- 
hainomyia chrysidiformis) . 

coccinella, Holothyrus. 

Cochliomyia, gen. n., proposed for 
Chrysomyia macellaria, IV. 122. 

Cochliomyia (Chrysomyia) macellar- 
ia, ¥., III. 31 ; in Central 

(K 2009) 



America, III. 130, IV. 105, VI. 
148, VIII. 196; in S. America, 
1. 175, VI. 52, 92, VIII. 3, X. 156 ; 
in Canada, III. 155; in U.S.A., 
HI. 35, 47, 160, IV. 1, 96, V. 58, 
92, 180, VI. 121, 169, 183, VII. 

II. 121, VIII. 186, IX. 50, 110, 
158, 182, 194, X. 68, 137, 162, 
170; in West Indies, II. 175; 
causing myiasis in man, I. 175, 

III. 35, 47, 159, IV. 105, V. 180, 
VI. 52, VIII. 3; infesting domes- 
tic animals. III. 160, IV. 22, 

VI. 92, 169, X. 156; bionomics 
of. III. 160, VI. 148, VII. 11, 
121 ; dispersion of, by flight, 

VII. 121, IX. 194; measures 
against, VI. 121, 150, IX. 158, 
182, X. 162. 

coeciitiens, Chrysops. 

Coelalysia glossinophaga, Turn., de- 
scribed as new, VI. 40; parasite 
of Glossina in Gold Coast, VI. 
40, 99. 

Coelodiazesis, a subgenus of Ano- 
pheles [q.v.), VII. 23. 

Coenocephalus, gen. n., II. 93. 

Coenocephalus concolor, Tayl., breed- 
ing-places of, in New South Wales, 

IV. 182; in Tasmania, III. 37. 
Coenopsylla mira. Roths., peculiar 

to the gundi in Tunis, VI. 28. 

Coenosia tigrina, F., in houses in 
Britain, IV. 144. 

coenosus, Pinotus. 

Coenotele gregalis, Sim., nest of, 
used as a fly trap in Mexico, IV. 9. 

Coepophagus, in dead bodies, IX. 
121. 

coerulea, Paratricyclea ; Phormia 
{Protocalliphora) . 

coeruleocephala, Rachionotomyia ; 
Uranotaenia. 

coeruleus, Corynctes. 

cojfeatus, Tabanus. 

coffini, Psorophora. 

cogilli, Aedes {Finlaya). 

cognata, Melinda; Onesia. 

cohaerens, Tabanus. 

cohaesa-minima. Anopheles aconitus 
(see A. minimus aconitus). 

Coleophora giraudi, Rag., para- 
sitised by Spalangia nigra, IT. 24. 

coleoptratorum, Gamasits. 

Collembola, role of, in sewage puri- 
fication, IX. 56. 

colobi, Pedicinus paralleliceps. 

colonicus, Copris (see Pinotus coe- 
nosus) . 

coloradensis, Aphodius ; Calliphora. 

colossea, Titanolabis (Anisolabis). 

Colpocephaluni harrisoni, Bedford, 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



described as new from bustard in 
Angola, VIII. 9. 

Colpocephalnm latum, N., measures 
against, on pigeons in U.S.A., 
X. 227. 

columbaczense , Simulium. 
coliimbae, Argas (Ixodes); Cerato- 

phyllus ; Syringophilus. 
columbarius, Cimex {Acanthia). 
columbiae, Psorophova. 
Columbiana, Palpomyia. 
columbianns, Airichopogon ; Ciili- 

coides. 
columbinus, Paederus. 
comans, Isch nopsyllus. 
comastes, Tabanus (see T. captonis). 
combrea, Chrysomyia. 
combustus, Tabanus. 
comitans, Neotabaniis. 
comitatus, Culex (see C. pipiens). 
commevynensis, Culex [Melan- 

oconion). 
comminutor, Culex (Choeroporpa). 
communis, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) ; 

Psoroptes [Dermatodectes] (see P. 

equi) : Sarcophaga [Ravinia) ; Sar- 

coptes scabiei. 
compar, Goniocotes. 
compositus. Oestrus, 
compressus, Trichoprosopon. 
Compsomvia niacellaria (see Coch- 

liomyia). 
comta, Sarcophaga. 
concinna, Haemaphysalis. 
concinnus, Aedes (see A. sticticus) ; 

Stephanocircus. 
concolor, A mblyomma ; Coenocepha- 

lus ; Culex (see Lutzia fuscana 

and L. halifaxi). 
condei, Erctinopodites. 
coyiducens, Musca (see M. humilis). 
conepati, Pulex. 

confinis, Tabanus; Taeniorhynchus. 
confinnis, Psorophora. 
confirmaius , Aedes [Culex, Ochlero- 
tatus) (see A . scapularis) ; Ta- 
banus. 
coniluens, Ornithoica. 
confluenta, Ornithoica (see O. con- 

fluens). 
confncianus. Liponyssus. 
coyifusus, Armigeres ; Culicoides ; 

Sabethoides. 
confusus, Tayl. nee Wlk., Tabanus 

(see T. niorctonensis). 
conglomeratus, Atrichopogon. 
congoiensis, Tabanus. 
congolensis, Glossina fusca. 
conica, Diapria. 
coniceps, Ornithodorus talaje. 
Conicera aira, Mg., IV. 51. 
coniunctus, Culicoides. 



conjungens, Armigeres ; Gvrostignia. 

connali, Uranotaenia. 

connexus, Chrysops. 

conopas, Taeniorhynchus [Culex, 
Pseudotaeniorhynchus). 

Conorhinus (see Triatoma). 

Conostigmus, parasite of flies in 
Britain, VIII. 22. 

Conostigmus rodhaini, Beq., de- 
scribed as new from Katanga, 
I. 93; parasite of Glossina, I. 93, 
III. 142. 

conservator, Culex [Micraedes). 

consimilis, Culex [Culicelsa) (see C 
annulirostris). 

consobrina, auct. nee R.-D., Theo- 
baldia [Aedes) (see T. inornata). 

consobriniis, Figites. 

consocius, Tabanus. 

consolator, Culex. 

consors, Parairicyclea. 

conspicua, Dicladocera. 

conspicuus, Tabanus. 

conspurcatum, Trinoton. 

contigua, A mph ipsylla. 

convexifrons, Musca. 

convictrix, Poecilochroa. 

convivus, Euryophthalmus. 

cookei, Ixodes hexagonus. 

cooleyi, Sarcophaga. 

copemani, Tabanus. 

coppenamensis, Culex. 

Copris colonicus, Har. (see Pinotus 
coenosus). 

Copris remotus, I.ec, introduced 
into Hawaii against Lyperosia 
irritans, X. 83. 

coprophila, Sciara. 

Coptopsylla ardua, J. & R., described 
as new from Rhoinbomys opimus 
in Turkestan, IV. 32. 

copulabilis, Ctenopsylla. 

coquilletti, Ceratopogon ; Tabanus. 

CoquiUettidia, a subgenus of Taenio- 
rhynchus [q.v.), VI. 142. 

coracinus, Atrichopogon. 

cor ax, Tabanus. 

Corcvra cephalonica, Stn., damaging 
biscuits. III. 43; measures 
against, in drugs, X. 85. 

cordatus, Culicoides. 

cordieri, Tabanus. 

cordiformitarsus, Culicoides. 

cordiger, Tabanus. 

Cordulia, in Russia, I. 195. 

Cordvlobia, infesting rats in N. 
Rhodesia, VII. 141. 

Cordvlobia anthropophaga, Griinb., 
in" Tropical Africa, I. 91, 171, 
187, II. 164, III. 4, 98, 122, 136, 
164, IV. 22, 58, 81, 102, V. 47, 
139, VI. 225, VTI. 30, 122, IX. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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93, X. 162; bionomics of, II. 
164, III. 98, 164; man an 

accidental host of, III. 98, 225; 
distribution of, IV. 138 ; mea- 
sures against, X. 162; recorded 
in error as Choeroinvia choero- 
phaga, III. 199, IV. 16. 
Cordylobia rodhaiiii, Ged., in Tro- 
pical Africa, I. 187, III. 225, 

IV. 138 ; causing myiasis in 
man, I. 187, HI. 225, "iV. 138; 
distribution of, IV. 138. 

corentynensis, Citlex [Choeropoypa). 
Covethra, in Germany, II. 168; 

respiration of, VI. 182. 
Corethya velutina, Ruthe (see Moch- 

lonyx culiciformis) . 
Corethrella appendiciilata, Grabh., 

breeding-places of, in Grenada, 

V. 54. 

covethroides, Anopheles (see A. siig- 
maticus). 

coriaceus, Orniihodorits. 

corinnae, Hypodenna. 

Corisa, predacious on Anopheline 
larvae, IX. 142. 

Corixa, in Russia, I. 195. 

Corizoneura, in Tasmania, V. 66 ; 
raised to generic rank, VIII. 208. 

Corizoneura {Diatomineura) aethio- 
pica, Thiinb., VIII. 208; in 
Transvaal, III. 121. 

Corizoneura chrvsophila, Wlk., in 
New South Wales, IV. 182. 

Corizoneura formosa, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Cape Colony, 
VIII. 208. 

Corizoneura fulva, INIacq., in New 
South Wales, VII. 12. 

Corizoneura {Diatomineura) hastata, 
Aust., described as new from 
Portuguese E. Africa, I. 35. 

Corizoneura (Diatomineura) inorna- 
ta, Aust., bionomics of, in Belgian 
Congo, VIII. 24. 

Corizoneura kurandae, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

VI. 118; a synonym of Pseudo- 
tabanus queenslandi iq.v.), X. 109. 

Corizoneura [Diatominenra) lineati- 
thorax, Aust., described as new 
from N. Rhodesia, I. 35. 

Corizoneura iPangonia) longirostri<;, 
Hardwick, blood-sucking habits 
of. VI. 99, 131. 

Corizoneura [Diatomineura) pene- 
trabilis, Aust., described as new 
from N. Rhodesia, I. 35. 

Corizoneura schivetzi, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Belgian 
Congo, VIII. 208. 
(K 2009) 



Corizoneura yezoensis, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

VIII. 119. 

cornicina, Cryptolucilia [Orthellia, 

Pseudopyrellia) . 
corniger, Culex ; Ixodes, 
cornigera, Haemaphysalis. 
cornutus, Culex. 
coronator, Culex. 
corporis, Pediculus (see P. hu- 

manus). 
corpulentus, Tabanus. 
corsoni, Culicoides ; Haematopota. 
Corticaria nidicola, Grouv., living 

in nest of Coenotele gregalis, IV. 9. 
corvi, Trombicula. 

corvina, Mnsca (see M. autumnalis). 
corvina vivipara, Miisca (see M. 

larvipara). 
Corynetes coeruleus, DeG., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
Corynetes ruficollis, Sturm., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
corynorhini, Penicillidia. 
Cosmiomma, gen. n. erected for 

Hyalomma hippopotamense, IX. 

44. 
Cosmiomma hippopotamense, Denny, 

IX. 44. 

Cosmolestes pictus, Klug, trypano- 

somes in, in Belgian Congo, I. 141. 
costal is, Anopheles {Myzomyia, Pyre- 

tophorus) ; Tabanus. 
costaricensis, Ornithomyia. 
costata, Chrysops. 
costatum, Simulium. 
coticula, Taeniorhynchus . 
Cotocripus, in Brazil, VI. 90. 
Cotocripus caridei, Brethes, in Ar- 
gentina, III. 82. 
Cotocripus pitsillus, Lutz, in Brazil, 

IV. 36 ; in Paraguay, VIII. 26. 
Cotocripus stylifer, Lutz, in Brazil, 

IV. 36. 
coustani. Anopheles, 
coxaefurcatus, Ixodes (see I. lorica- 

tus) . 
coxata, Nycterophilia. 
craggi, Lucilia (see L. inducta) ; 

Musca. 
Craneopsylla, erected for American 

species of Sfephanocircus, V. 41. 
crassicornis, Haematopota. 
crassicrus, Haematopota ; Palponi- 

yia. 
crassipennis, Ceroxys. 
crassipes, Lepidoselaga. 
crassirostris, Musca (Philaemato- 

myia) . 
crassus, Tabanus. 
crebripunctatus, Paederus. 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Cremastogasier liiteolata , Say, sodium 
fluoride against, in houses, VI. 40. 

Creophiliis erythrocephalns, F., pre- 
dacious on blow-flies in Australia, 

II. 94, III. 185. 

Creophilus niaxillosiis, L., predacious 
on flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

crepuscular is, Culicoides. 

cretinus, Aedes (S/egomyia). 

crinicauda, Ciile.r. 

crinifer, Aedes {Ciilex, Ochlerotaius). 

cristata, Gedoelstia. 

cristatus, Taeniorhynch us (Chryso- 
' conops). 

crocea, Diatoniineitra. 

croceus, Tabaniis biguttatits. 

crosbyi, Liponyssus. 

crossi, Hypodernia ; Ornithodonis. 

crucians, Anopheles. 

crudelis, Haematopota. 

cruentata, Sarcophaga. 

crustosae, Sarcoptes scahiei. 

cruzi. Anopheles {Dendropaedlum) ; 
Stenopsylla. 

Cryptolucilia (Pseudopyrellia), N. 
American species of, X. 180 ; 
transmitting Habronema in 
Queensland, VIII. 187, X. 15. 

Cryptolucilia caesarion, Mg., charac- 
ters of, X. 180. 

Cryptolucilia [Orthellia, Pseudopy- 
rellia) cornicina, ¥., bionomics 
of. in Britain, IV. 145 ; in Canada, 

III. 155; seasonal prevalence of, 
in U.S.A., VII. 11; natural enemies 
of, II. 22, 56, V. 74; characters of, 
X. 180; synonymy of, V. 41. 

Crvptotvlus unicolor, Wied., in 
"Brazil, IV. 36, VI. 90. 

Ctenocephalus, on rats in Malta, VI. 
43, 190 ; notice of classification 
of, VII. 121. 

Ctenocephalus canis, Curtis {serra- 
iiceps, Gerv.), in E. Africa, X. 11 ; 
in W. Africa, IV. 150, V. 48, VI. 
225 ; in Annam, V. 51 ; in Aus- 
tralia, VII. 81, 173, 187, VIII. 
173; in Brazil. VI. 92, X. 234; 
in Britain, IV. 166, IX. 202; in 
Canada, X. 139; in Caucasia, IV. 
151; in Ecuador, VI. 192; in 
India, IX. 208; in Dutch E. 
Indies, I. 90; in Mesopotamia, 
IX. 146; not present in Philip- 
pines, III. 103; in Philippines, 
VII. 194; in Sudan, III. 28; in 
Tasmania, IX. 105; in Turkey, 
IX. 7; in U.S.A., IV. 34. VI. 44, 
183, 210, IX. 110, X. 84, 124; 
carrying Dipvlidium caninum, III. 
3, IV. "58, V. 13, VI. 86, VIII. 
115 ; transmitting Filaria immitis, 



VIII. 173, IX'. 76 ; Herpetomonad 
parasites of, I. 177, II. 54, III. 69, 
144, IV. 103, VII. 145, 158, 160, 

IX. 55, 56, 161 ; experiments with 
various forms of leishmaniasis 
and, I. 4, 130, II. 36, 177, III. 5, 
28, IV. 49, 103, IX. 208; and 
plague, IV. 4 ; trypanosomes in, 

I. 123; on cats, V. 65; on dogs, 

II. 177, IV. 150, V. 48, VI. 44, 
183, VII. 173, X. 11, 234; on 
foxes, IV. 151, IX. 96, X. 139; 
attacking man, I. 90, VIII. 3; 
on rats, I. 103, 186, VII. 81, VIII. 
76, IX. 202; bionomics of, I. 88, 

II. 63, X. 84; measures against, 
IV. 35, IX. 110, X. 122; larva 
of, II. 131. 

Ctenocephalus erinacei (see Archaeop- 

sylla) . 
Ctenocephalus felis, Bch., in E. 

Africa, X. 11; in Australia, III. 

206, IV. 182, V. 41, VII. 81, 173; 

in Brazil, VI. 92; in Britain, IV. 

166, X. 59; in Egypt, III. 44; in 

British Guiana, V. 5 ; in India, V. 

39, IX. 211; in Dutch E. Indies, 

I. 90, VI. 36; in W. Indies, II. 

175; in Persia, IV. 151; in 

Philippines, III. 103; in Turkey, 

IX. 7; in U.S.A., III. 215, VI. 

210, X. 84, 122 ; experiments with 
kala-azar and, II. 184; and 
plague, IV. 4, VII. 155 ; carrying 
Filaria immitis, IX. 76 ; infected 
with Nosema pulicis, IV. 125 ; 
not transmitting surra, V. 39 ; 
on small carnivores, I. 90, II. 
175, IV. 151, V. 5, VII. 173, IX. 

211, X. 11; on rats, II. 175. IV. 
182, VI. 36, VII. 81, VIII. 76; 
attacking man, VIII. 4; on 
hedgehogs. III. 44; bionomics of, 

III. 215, X. 59, 84 ; derris against, 

X. 122. 

Ctenocephalus serraticeps, Gerv. (see 

C. canis). 
Ctenomyophila, gen. n., IX. 53. 
Cienomyophila bruchiana, Heller, 

described as new from nests of 

Ctenomvs talarum in Argentina, 

IX. 53: 
Ctenophthalmus, new species of, 

from Macedonia, VIII. 98. 
Ctenophthalmus agyrtes. Hell., in 

England, I. 103, 104, IX. 47; 

not found at Liverpool, IX. 202; 

and plague, VIII. 4 ; hosts of, I. 

103, 104, IX. 47. 
Ctenophthahnus apertus, J. & R., 

described as new from France,. 

IX. 61; ho-sts of, IX. 61. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



85 



Ctenophthalmus hisoctodciitatus, Ko- 
len. (see C. nmsculi). 

Ctenophthalmus dux, J. & R., des- 
cribed as new from Turkestan, 
IV. 32 ; hosts of, IV. 32. 

Ctenophthalmus inornatiis, Wagner, 
described as new from Prome- 
Iheomys schlaposchnikovi in Cau- 
casia, IV. 151. 

Ctenophthalmus niusculi, Kolen. 
[bisoctodentattis, Kolen.), on rats 
in England, I. 103 ; not attacking 
man in U.S.A., X. 44. 

Ctenophthalm.us pentacanthus (see 
Rhadinopsylla) . 

Ctenophihalmtts pisticus, J. & R., 
described as new from Eutamias 
asiaticus in Siberia, IX. 61. 

Ctenophthalmus savii, J. & R., 
described as new from mice in 
Italy, IX. 61. 

Ctenophthalmus spalacis, J. & R., on 
Spalax niicrophthalmus in Cau- 
casia, IV. 151. 

Ctenophthalmus vicar ius, J. & R., 
described as new from Talpa 
europaea in Rumania, IX. 61. 

Ctenopsylla copulabilis, Weiss, des- 
cribed as new from Tunis, VI. 28 ; 
hosts of, VI. 28. 

Ctenopsylla musculi (see Leptopsylla) . 

ctites, Psorophora. 

cubensis, Anopheles (see A. albi- 
manus) ; Citlex (see C. floridanus). 

cubicularis, Iphis. 

cubitalis, Megninia. 

cuclux, Chrysops. 

Culex, African species of, II. 95, X. 
153 ; found at greater elevations 
than Anopheles in the Alps, VII. 
16 ; American species of, VI. 87 ; 
distribution of, in Canada, IX. 
113, X. 19; notice of key to 
French species of, X. 30 ; Oriental 
species of, X. 197 ; percentage of, 
in Panama Canal Zone, VII. 127; 
and dengue, II. 137, V. 61; 
guinea-worm ingested by larvae 
of, VI. 130 ; and filariasis, VI. 61, 
VIII. 107; flagellates in salivary 
glands of, II. 201 ; human malaria 
parasite killed by saliva of, IX. 
199 ; transmitting Plasmodium 
relictum to birds, VIII. 39, 40; 
hibernation of Proteosoma in 
musculature of, IX. 93, 94 ; not 
conveying Spirochaeta icterohae- 
morrhagiae, VI. 165; carriage of, 
by wind, II. 5 ; respiration of, II. 
107, IX. 46, X. 211; pupal 
characters of, V. 167 ; breeding 
in alkaline water, VII. 8 ; methods 



of transporting larvae of, IV. 49 ; 
eggs of, VIII. 163; natural 
enemies of, IV. 44 ; measures 
against larvae of, VII. 1; resis- 
tance of, to desiccation, X. 193 ; 
classification of, V. 53, VI. 142, 
IX. 73, X. 18, 153; Lutzia dis- 
tinct from, X. 153 ; Theobaldia 
distinct from, V. 19. 

Culex {Culicelsa) abdominalis, Tayl., 
described as new, II. 12; a 
synonym of C. bitaeniovhynchus, 
q.v. 

Culex abominator, D. & K. (see C. 
erraticus). 

Culex ager, Giles (see C. bitaenio- 
rhynchus) . 

Culex ager var. ethiopicus, Edw. (see 
C. bitaeniorhynchus). 

Culex agitator, D. & K. (see C, 
floridanus) . 

Culex {*Melanoconion) aikenii, D. & 
K., C ocossa probably identical 
with, VII. 105. 

Culex alaskaensis (see Theobaldia). 

Culex albigenu, End., described as 
new from INIadagascar, IX. 67 ; a 
synonym of C ventrilloni [q.v.), 
IX. 134. 

Culex albinensis, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60. 

Culex albiventris, Edw., n.n. for 
Eumelanomyia inconspicuosa, X. 
153 ; breeding-places of, in W. 
Africa, IV. 112; in Zanzibar, VI. 
123; larva of, VI. 38. 

Culex albofasciatus (see Aides). 

Culex albopunctatus, Rond. (see 
Aedes geniculatus) . 

Culex albovirgatus , Graham (see C. 
duttoni) . 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) alcocki, B.-W. 
& B., described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60. 

Culex (*Choeroporpa) alfaroi, Dyar, 
described as new from Costa 
Rica, IX. 72. 

Culex (*Mochlostyrax) alogistus, de- 
scribed as new from Surinam, 
VII. 22. 

Culex andersoni, Edw., in E. Africa, 
V. 31. 

Culex [*Choeroporpa) aneles, D. & 
Ludl., described as new from 
Panama Canal Zone, X. 178. 

Culex {*Melanoconion) anips, Dyar, 
described as new, IV. 159 ; 
breeding-places of, in California, 
IV. 159, VI. 87. 

Culex annulatus, Schir, (see Theo- 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Culex {Culicada) annidatus, Tayl. 

(see C. sitiens) . 
Culex [Leitcomyia) anvitlatus, Tayl. 

(see C. vicinus). 
Culex {*Lophoceratotnyia) annulatus, 
Tayl. (see C. fraudatrix annu- 
latus) . 
Culex anmtlioris, Theo., in E. Africa, 
VIII. 164; in Gold Coast, X. 225; 
in Nigeria, IV. 66, 112. 
Culex annulipes (see Aedes). 
Culex (Culicelsa) annulirostris, Skuse 
{simplex, Tayl.), in Australia, I. 
11, II. 12, III. 207, IV. 8, 60, 182, 
196, VII. 61, 187, VIII. 174, IX. 
134; breeding-places of, VIII. 
174 ; described as C. consimilis, 
sp. n., II. 12; described as C. 
palpalis, sp. n., I. 11. 
Culex {Leucomyia) annulirostris, 

Tayl. (see C. squamosus). 
Culex {*Neoculex) apicalis, Adams 
ipyrenaicus, Brolemann, saxatilis, 
Grossb., sergenti, Theo., testa- 
ceus, Dyar, territans, H., D. 
& K. nee Wlk.), Thelohania 
opacita in, in N. America, X. 82; 
in Balkans, VIII. 88; bionomics 
of, in Canada, VII. 106 ; in France, 
X. 30; in Pyrenees, VII. 99, 140; 
breeding-places of, in U.S.A., IV. 
61, 136, 156, 159, 170, VI. 7, 49, 
87, VII. 22, X. 93, 108; likely to 
occur in Sweden, X. 87 ; in 
Tunisia, X. 68; evolution of 
Plasmodium relicium in, VI. 229; 
{testaceus, Dyar) placed in sub- 
genus Neoculex, VIII. 101; 
synonymy of, VIII. 49, X. 19; 
described as C. p^reiiaicus, sp. n., 
VII. 140 {cf. also references under 
C. territans, Wlk. Westuans 
Theo.]). 
Culex arabicus. Beck, (see Aedes 

caspius) . 
Culex argenteopunctatus, Ventr., in 
Madagascar, VII. 17; described 
as C. kingi, sp. n., from Sudan, 
IT. 45. 
Culex {*Melanoconion) atratus, 
Theo., in Brazil, VI. 90 ; breeding- 
places of, in British Guiana, IX. 
2; in French Guiana, VI. 160; in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 
Culex atripes (see Rachiovotomvia). 
Culex aurantapex, Edw., in E. 
Africa, V. 31, VIII. 164; syn- 
onymy of, VIII. 50. 
Culex aurifer (see Aedes). 
Culex auri taenia, End., described as 
new from Madagascar, IX. 67; 



considered a synonym of C. 

quasigelidus (q.v.), IX. 134. 
Culex austral is (see Aedes). 
Culex azymus, D. & K., in Trinidad 

V. 60. 
Culex {*Transculicia) bahamensis, 

D. & K., described as C. eleuthera, 

sp. n., from Bahamas, VI. 88; 

synonymy of, VIII. 101. 
Ctdex barbarus, D. & K., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Culex {*Lophoceratomyia) barkeri, 

Theo., breeding-places of. in 

Malay States, II. 202. 
Culex barraudi, Edw., described as 

new from North-West India, X. 

197. 
Culex basicinctus, Edw., n.n. pro- 
posed for Leucomyia annulata, 

IX. 134 = C. vicinus, q.v. 

Culex basilicus, D. & K., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Culex bastagarius, D. & K., in 

Trinidad, V. 60. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) bibulus, Dyar, 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 102. 
Culex (Isosioniyia) bifoliatus, Dyar, 

described as new from Panama, 

X. 132; breeding-places of, X. 
132. 

Culex bilineatus, Theo., characters 
distinguishing, from C. virgultus, 
X. 55. 
Culex biocellatus (see Aedes). 

Culex bitaeniorhynchus , Giles {ager, 
Giles, ager var. ethiopicus, Edw.), 
African species allied to, X. 153 ; 
in E. Africa, VIII. 164; in 
Belgian Congo, I. 220; breed- 
ing-places of, in Gold Coast, VIII. 
12; in Hong Kong, III. 141; in 
Malay States, II. 202; varieties 
of, in Oriental Region, X. 197; 
in Queensland, II. 12, IV. 60, 
VIII. 174; in Sumatra, IV. 23"; 
C. aurantapex considered distinct 
from, VIII. 50; described as 
C. abdominalis, sp. n., II. 12. 

Culex bitaeniorhynchus var. tenax, 
Theo. {Taeniorhynchus tenax, 
Theo.), in Ceylon, II. 70; in 
India, V. 39. 

Culex bonariensis, Brethes, described 
as new, IX. 5 ; in Argentina, VII. 
107, IX. 5; species allied to, X. 
136 ; considered a synonym of 
C. dolosa (q.v.), IX. 207. 

Culex bonneae, D. & K., described 
as new, VII. 105; in Dutch 
Guiana, VII. 105, IX. 88. 

Culex {*Carrollia) bonnei, Dj^ar, 



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described as new from Surinam, 
X. 55. 

Cnlex brehmei, Knab, described as 

new from New Jersey, IV. 175; 

a synonym of C. territans, q.v. 
Cnlex brethesi, Dyar, described as 

new from Argentina, VII. 107. 
Ctilex {Cyathomyia) brevipalpis, 

Giles, breeding-places of, in India, 

VI. 64. 
Cnlex brevispinosHs, B.-W. & B., 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 60. 
Cnlex i*Lophoceratomyia) cairnsen- 

sis, Tayl. (see C. frandatrix). 
Culex calopus, Mg. (see Aedes 

argenteus). 
Cnlex canadensis (see Aedes). 
Cnlex cantans, Mg. (see Aedes 

niaculatns). 
Culex cantator (see Aedes). 
Culex carmodyae, D. & K., var. 

mollis, D. & K. (see C. mollis). 
Culex cartroni, Ventr. (see C. 

fatigans) . 
Cnlex castrensis, Edw., described 

as new, X. 197 ; previously 

recorded as Aedes nigrescens, X. 

197. 
Cnlex candclli, D. & K., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Cnlex chalcocorystes, Martini, des- 
cribed as new from Panama, II. 

130. 
Cnlex chidestevi, Dyar, described as 

new from Panama, IX. 206. 
Cnlex (Microculex) chryselatns, D. 

& K., described as new from 

Dutch Guiana, VII. 105. 
Culex chrvsonotnm, D. & K., in 

U.S.A., VIII. 187. 
Cnlex {Neomelanoco7iion) chryso- 

thorax, Newst. & Thomas, in 

Venezuela, X. 62. 
Cnlex ciliaris, L. [1 =^pipiens, L.), 

in Denmark, IX. 82. 
Culex {*Culiciomyia) cinerellus, 

Edw., described as new from 

Africa, X. 153. 
Cnlex cingulatus, F. (see Psoro- 

phora). 
Culex cingnlatns, Theo. (see C 

coronator) . 
Cnlex comitatus, D. & K. (see C. 

pipiens) . 
Cnlex {*Melanoconion) commevy- 

nensis, B.-W. & B., breeding- 
places of, in Dutch Guiana, VIII. 

60. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) comminuior, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Dutch Guiana, VIII. 102. 



Culex concolor, R.-D., Oriental 
records of (see Lntzia fuscana) ; 
Australian records of (see L. 
halifaxi). 

Culex confirmatus, Tynch (see Aedes 
scapular is). 

Culex conopas (see Taeniorhynchns). 

Cnlex conservator, D. & K., breeding- 
places of, in Grenada, V. 54; in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Culex {Culicelsa) consimilis, Newst., 
in E. Africa, VIII. 164; in W. 
Africa, IV. 45, 66, 112, 150, V. 
39, VI. 16, 225, IX. 42 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 112, IX. 42. 

Culex {Culicelsa) consimilis, Tavl., 
(see C annt(lirostris). 

Culex consolator, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Culex coppenamensis, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) corentynensis, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Dutch Guiana, VI TI. 102. 

Cnlex corniger, Theo., in Brazil, I. 
64 ; in Costa Rica, X. 31 ; in 
British Guiana, X. 217; in Trini- 
dad, V. 60; in U.S.A., VI. 87; in 
Venezuela, X. 183 ; . breeding- 
places of, I. 64. 

Culex cornutus, Edw., described as 
new from Bombay, X. 197. 

Ctilex coronator, D. & K. [cingulatus, 
Theo. nee F.), in Brazil, IV. 37 ; 
in Costa Rica, X. 31; breeding 
in tree-holes in Surinam, IX. 
88 ; in Trinidad, V. 60 ; in U.S.A., 
IX. 72; in Venezuela, X. 62; 
anatomy of, X. 96. 

Culex crinicauda, Edw., n.n. pro- 
posed for C. parvus, Tavl. nee 
Macq., IX. 134. 

Culex crinifer (see Aedes). 

Culex cubensis, D. & K. (see C. 
floridanus). 

Culex cumminsi (see Aedes). 

Culex {*Mochlostyrax) curopinensis, 
B.-W. & B. , described as new from 
Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60 ; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 60. 

Culex {*Lophocer atomy ia) curti- 
palpis, Edw., described as new 
from Borneo, III. 10; a synonym 
of C. jenseni, q.v. 

Culex decens, Theo., African species 
allied to, X. 153; in S. Africa, 
VIII. 9; in W. Africa, II. 58, 
IV. 28, 44, 45, 66, 81, 112, 150, 
165, V. 3, 39, 45, VI. 225, VII. 
169, VIII. 11, 217, IX. 42, X. 167, 
226, 234; in Egypt, VIII. 35; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS, 



breeding-places of, IV. 28, 44, 45, 
165, V. 47, VIII. 9, 11, IX. 42; 

C. invidiosus considered a variety 
of, VIII. 209. 
Culex decens var. invidiosus, Theo., 
in E. Africa. VIII. 164; in W. 
Africa, IV. 66, V. 3, 39, 45, VII. 
169, VIII. 11; in Belgian Congo, 

111. 121; in Egypt, III. 10, VIII. 
35 ; in Zanzibar, III. 49 ; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 11; experiments 
with kerosene against larvae of, 
V. 56, 57 ; C. omatothoracis not 
a synonym of, X. 153. 

Culex decepior, D. & K. (see C. 

Jioridamis). 
Culex declarator, D. & K., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60 ; in Venezuela, X.''l83 ; 

characters distinguishing, from C. 

virgiiltiis, X. 55. 
Culex (Choeroporpa) degustator, 

Dyar, described as new from 

U.S.A., IX. 73. 
Culex derivator, D. & K., species 

allied to, in California, IV. 159. 
Culex digitatus (see Trichoprosopon). 
Culex diversus, Theo. (see Aedes 

rusticus). 
Culex divisor, D. & K., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Culex [Aedes, Heteronycha) dolosa, 

Lynch (male), in Argentina, VII. 

107, IX. 5; synonymy of, X. 207. 
Culex dolosa, Lynch (female) (see 

Aedes lynchi). 
Culex domesticus. Germ, (see C. 

pipiens). 
Culex dorsalis, Mg. (see Aides). 
Culex {*M elanoconion) dunni, Dyar, 

described as new from Panama, 

VII. 22. 

Culex duttoni, Theo. (albovirgatus, 
Graham'), African species allied 
to, X. 153; in E. Africa, VIII. 
164 ; in W. Africa, IV. 21, 45, 66, 

112, 150, 165, V. 3, 39, 45, VI. 
225, VII. 169, VIII. 11; in 
Belgian Congo, I. 220, III. 121; 
breeding-places of, IV. 45, 165, 

VIII. 11; C. wafti related to, 
VIII. 49. 

Culex dyari (see Theobaldia). 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) dvsmathes, D. 

& Lndl., described as new from 

Panama, IX. 73. 
Culex {* Choeroporpa) eastor, Dyar, 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VII T. 102. 
Culex {*MochIostvrax) egberti, D. & 

K., in Florida," VI. 87. 
Culex {*Transculicia) eleuthera, 

Dyar, described as new from 



Bahamas, VI. 88; a synonym of 
C. bahaniensis, q.v. 

Culex elevator, D. & K., in Costa 
Rica, X. 31 ; species allied to, in 
Grenada, V. 54. 

Culex {*M elanoconion) ensiforniis, 
B.-W. & B., described as new 
from Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 60. 

Culex {*M elanoconion) erraticus, D. 
& K. {abominator, D. & K.), in 
U.S.A., VI. 87 ; oviposition habits 
of, I. 198; larvae of, resistant to 
vegetable powders, VI. 219. 

Culex erythrothorax, Dyar, breeding- 
places of, in California, IV. 159, 
VI. 87. 

Culex escomeli, Brethes, described 
as new from Peru, X. 136. 

Culex extricator, D. & K., in Costa 
Rica, X. 31; in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Culex fatigans, Wied. [cartroni, 
Ventr., fuscus, Tayl., qitinque- 
fasciatus, Sav), in E. Africa, VIII. 
164, X. 94, 223 ; in S. Africa, IV. 
120, IX. 128: in W. Africa, 11. 
58, 135, IV. 28, 66, 81, 112, V. 
3, 39. VT. 225, IX. 21, 42, X. 114, 
167, 226, 234; in Arabia, II. 158, 

IX. 70; in Argentina, VII. 181; 
in Australia, 11. 12, III. 30, 37, 
207, IV. 11, 60, 72, 182, 196, V. 
49, 68, 94, \\. 62, 74, 227. VII. 
61, 175, 187, X. 168, 233 ; recorded 
as C. quinquevittatus in error in 
Australia, I. 11 ; in Bahamas, III. 
2; in Bermuda, I. 99; in Brazil, 
IV. 37, VI. 91, VIII. 25, IX. 202, 

X. 158; in Cevlon, TI. 70; in 
China, I. 236, 11. 28, HI. 141, 

IV. 39, X. 84; in Cochin-China, 
II. 155 ; in Costa Rica, X. 31 ; in 
EgA^pt, III. 10 ; probably recorded 
in error from Egypt, VIII. 35; 
in Fiji, IV. 41, X. 76 ; in Formosa, 
VI. 51; not found in northern 
territories of Gold Coast, VIII. 
12; in British Guiana, IX. 135, 
X. 33, 217 ; in Dutch Guiana. VII. 
6; in French Guiana, VI. 160; in 
Hawaii, V. 17, VI. 163; in India, 
I. 79, 143, 144, TI 191, III. 162, 

V. 39, VI. 196, IX. 86, 124, 162, 
X. 68, 77, 79, 205 ; m Dutch E. 
Indies, IV. 23, IX. 8, X. 94, 95 ; 
in Japan, X. 18; not found in 
Macedonia, X. 142 ; in Madagas- 
car, IX. 68 ; in Mauritius, X. 225 ; 
in Mesopotamia, VII. 102, VIII. 
Ill; in Mexico, III. 12; in 
Morocco, IV. 85; in Nicaragua, 
IX. 108; in Papua, III. 154; in 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



89 



Peru, III. 26; in Philippines, VII. 
102, 193; in S^moa, II. 51, 82; 
in Sudan, VII. Ill; in Syria, VI. 
217; in Tunis, I. 43; in U.S.A., 
IV. 61, 136, VI. 70, 87, 210, VIII. 
58, 116, 158, 186, IX. 72; in 
Venezuela, X. 62 ; in West Indies, 
II. 24, III. 222, IV. 69, 90, V. 53, 
60, VII. 108, IX. 150, X. 59; in 
Zanzibar, III. 49, VI. 123; 
relation of, to dengue, I. 207, II. 
82, III. 196, V. 37, 113, 153, VI. 
195, VII. 7, 181, IX. 127, 128, 
X. 31; and filariasis, I. 232, II. 
82, 133, 155, III. 33, V. 95, 147, 
153, VI. 123, VII. 61, 102, VIII. 
116, IX. 135, X. 31, 84, 94, 95, 
179, 205, 225 ; experiments with 
various forms of leishmaniasis 
and, I. 1, 3, IV. 103, VII. 102; 
possibly communicating leprosy, 
I. 36 ; and malaria of birds, I. 43, 
IX. 86, 162 ; possible relation of, 
to seven day fever, IX. 70; and 
three day fever, VI. 217; bio- 
nomics of, IX. 162, X. 77; 
incubation of eggs of, VIII. 165; 
swarming of, IX. 72 ; effect of 
chemicals on development of, X. 
78 ; not reacting to warmth, 
VI. 19 ; biting habits of, VII. 63 ; 
breeding-places of. III. 26, IV. 
37, 69, V. 47, 53, VI. 70, 87, IX. 
42, X. 33, 59, 223, 233; natural 
enemies of, II. 204, VI. 37, IX. 
202, X. 18, 234 ; measures against 
larvae of, II. 142, V. 55-57 ; traps 
for, VIII. 158; anatomy of, IV. 
74, VI. 208; species allied to, X. 
136 ; C. hensemaeon an aberration 
of, X. 198. 

Culex fatigans var. nigrirostris, End., 
described as new from Madagas- 
car, IX. 67. 

Culex [Culicada, Ochlerotatus) fer- 
gusoni, Tayl., described as new, 
III. 30 ; in New South Wales, III. 
30, 207, IV. 182. 

Culex {*Neociilex) fidelis, Dyar, 
described as new from Philip- 
pines, IX. 51. 

Culex flavifrons (see Aedes). 

Culex flavipes, Macq. (see C. pipiens). 

Culex flavirostris, Mg. (see Theo- 
bald ia morsitans). 

Culex flavus (see Taeniorhynchus). 

Culex {*Mochlostyrax) Jloridanus, 
D. & K., in Cuba, VI. 87; in 
U.S.A., VI. 87, VII. 22 ; breeding- 
places of, VI. 87, VII. 22. 

Culex {*Cnliciomyia) fragilis, Ludl. 
[fuscus, Theo.), X. 153. 



Culex {*Lophoceyatomyia) frauda- 

irix, Theo. {cairusensis, Tayl.), in 

Queensland, VII. 139. 
Culex {*Lophocevatoi}iyia) fraudatrix 

var. annulatus, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, V. 67. 
Culex {*Culiciomyia) freetownensis, 

Theo., breeding-places of, in Sierra 

Leone, IV. 150. 
Culex fvenchi, Theo. (see Theo- 

baldia) . 
Culex [*Lophocevatomyia) fulleri, 

Ludl., not a synonym of C. 

rubithoracis, X. 198. 
Culex fuscocephalus, Theo., in Hong 

Kong, III." 141. 
Culex {Ciilicelsa) fuscus, Tayl. (see 

C. fatigans). 
Culex {Protonielanocouion) ftisctts, 

Theo. (see C. horridus). 
Culex {Trichorhynchus) fuscus, Theo. 

(see C. fragilis). 
Culex {Leucomyia, Theobaldiomyia) 

gelidus, Theo., in Ceylon, II. 70; 

in India, I. 79, 162, IV. 91, V. 39, 

IX. 124 ; in Philippines, VII. 193 ; 

attacking cattle, IV. 91 ; Des- 

voidva obturbans predacious on, 

IX. 124. 

Culex gelidus var. bipunctatus , Theo., 

in Cochin-China, II. 155. 
Culex giganieus, Ventr., in Mada- 
gascar, IX. 68. 
Culex grahami. Theo., in W. Africa, 

IV. 66, V. 3, 39, M. 225. 
Culex guiarti, Blanch., in S. Africa, 

I. 140; in W. Africa, T. 220, IV. 

66, V. 3, VI. 39 ; in Zanzibar, III. 

49; breeding-places of, VI. 39. 
Culex halifaxi (see Lutzia). 
Culex hensemaeon, Dyar, described 

as new from Philippines, IX. 51 ; 

an aberration of C. fatigans {a.v.), 

X. 198. 

Culex {*Lophoceraioniyia) hilli, 
Edw., described as new from 
Australia, X. 153; Neomacleaya 
ausfralis, Tayl. nee Erichs., a 
synonym of, IV. 11. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) holoneus, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Costa Rica, IX. 72. 

Culex {*yielanoconion) homoeopas, 
D. & Ludl., described as new 
from X'ew Orleans, possibly im- 
ported from Nicaragua, IX. 73. 

Culex horridus, Edw. [Cyathomyia 
(Protomelanoconion) fusca, Theo.), 
in W. Africa, IV. 21, V. 3, VI. 
38. X. 226; breeding-places of, 
VI. 38; synonymy of. X. 153. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Culex hortensis, Edw. (see C. 

apicalis). 
Culex liortensis, Fie. [territans, aiict. 

nee Wlk.), in Albania, VII. 138; 

in Balkans, VI. 163, 201, VIII. 

88, 90, IX. 20, 90, 92; in Canary 

Islands, X. 31; in France, VII. 

99, X. 30; in Germanv, 11. 78, 

VII. 69, VIII. 27, 121, IX. 29, 30, 
X. 128; in Italy, VII. 156; not 
recorded from Mecklenberg, VIII. 
214; in Palestine, IX. 99; in 
Switzerland, X. 7 ; bionomics of, 

VIII. 27, IX. 30, 91 ; trematode in 
larva of, X. 128; breeding-places 
of, IX. 99 ; placed in subgenus 
Neociilex, VIII. 101 ; distinct from 
C. apicalis, VIII. 49. t 

Ctilex {*Melanoconioii) Jiumilis, 
Theo., in Brazil, VI. 90. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) idottus, Dyar, 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 102. 

Culex imitator, Theo., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 

Culex impellens, Wlk., in India, I. 
79, II. 191, IX. 124; not experi- 
mentally transmitting malaria, 

VI. 195; bionomics of, IX. 124. 
Culex {Aedes, Micraedes) incon- 

spicuosus, Theo., X. 153; in W. 

Africa, V. 3, VI. 225, IX. 42; 

breeding-places of, IX. 42. 
Culex incriminator , D. & K. (see 

C. peccator). 
Culex {*Choeropoypa) indecorahilis, 

Theo., male of, in Brazil, X. 55. 
Culex inelegans, Dyar, described as 

new from Philippines, IX. 51. 
Culex {* Lophoceratoniy i a) infantulus, 

Edw., described as new from 

Hong Kong, X. 197. 
Culex {*Cayrollia) infoliatits, B.-W. 

& B., described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 60 ; breeding-places 

of, VIII. 60. 
Culex inflictiis, Theo., breeding- 
places of, in Grenada, V. 53. 
Culex ingrami, Edw., described as 

new from Ashanti, IV. 64 ; 

breeding-places of, IV. 112. 
Culex inimitabilis, D. & K., in 

Trinidad, V. 60. 
Culex inquisitor, D. & K., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60. 
Culex insatiahilis , Big. (? = C. fati- 

gans), in Madagascar, IX. 68. 
Culex insignis, Cart., in W. Africa, 

IV. 66, il2, 150, V. 3, 89, VI. 225, 

IX. 42; breeding-places of, IV. 

112, IX. 42. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) intrincatus, 



Brethes, described as new from 
Argentina, IX. 5. 

Culex invidiosus (see C. decens var. 

invidiosus). 
Culex (*Carrollia) iridescens, Lutz, 

VIII. 60; C. bonnei recorded as, 
in Surinam, X. 55 ; bred from 
bamboos in Brazil, VIII. 26. 

Culex jenningsi, D. & K., in Costa 
Rica, X. 76. 

Culex {*Lophoceyatomyia) jenseni, 
de Meij., described as L. curti- 
palpis from Borneo, III. 10, 

IX. 134. 

Culex jepsoni, Bahr et auct. (see C. 

annulirostris, Skuse). 
Culex jepsoni, Theo. (female) (see 

C sitiens). 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) jonistes, Dyar, 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 102. 
Culex jubilator, D. & K., in Costa 

Rica, X. 31. 
Culex jugorum, Vill., described as 

new, VII. 99; a variety of Aedes 

pullatus, q.v. 
Culex khazani, Edw., described as 

new from S.W. India, X. 197; 

breeding in tree-holes, X. 197. 
Culex {Heptaphlebomyia) kingi, 

Theo., described as new from 

Sudan, II. 45; a synonym of C. 

argenteopunctatus, q.v. 
Culex kingianus, Edw., described as 

new from Africa, X. 153. 
Culex lateralis, Mg. (see Aedes 

geniculatus) . 
C24.lex laticinctus, Edw., described a3 

new, II. 100; in Canary Islands, 

X. 31; in France, IX. 38, X. 30; 
in Palestine, II. 100, IX. 99; and 
three-day fever in the Island of 
Rouad, VI. 217; in Tunisia, X. 
68; bionomics of, IX. 99. 

Culex latisquama, Coq., in Costa 

Rica, X. 31. 
Culex laurenti, Newst., in E. Africa, 

VIII. 164 ; in Madagascar, IX. 68. 
Culex linealis (see Taeniorhynchus). 
Culex ludlowi, Blanch, (see Aedes 

vigilax). 
Culex lynchi, Brethes (see Aedes). 
Culex maculivenfris, Macq. (see 

Aedes dorsalis). 
Culex {*Micraedes) malayi, Leic, in 

Hong Kong, HI. 141 ; recorded as 

Aedes nigrescens, X. 197. 
Culex mariae (see Aedes). 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) marionensis, 

B.-W. & B., described as new 

from Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



91 



Cnlex mastigia, H., D. & K. (see 
C. floridautis). 

Cnlex mathisi, Nev. Lem., in French 
Guiana, VI. 160. 

Culex (*Choeroporpa) maxinocca, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Dutch Guiana, VIII. 102. 

Culex {*Cliniaciira) nielannrus, Coq., 
in U.S.A., I. 98, VI. 88; breeding- 
places of, VI. 88; hibernation of, 
I. 98. 

Culex [*Hclcoporfa) menytes, Dyar, 
described as new from Panama, 

VII. 22. 

Cnlex {*Choeroporpa) merodaemon, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Costa Rica, IX. 88. 
Culex {*Carrollia) nietempsyta, Dyar, 

described as new from Costa Rica, 

X 55. 
Culex microauunlatus, Theo. (see C. 

sitiens). 
Cnlex mimeticiis, Noe, in Borneo, 

III. 11 ; not recorded from Egypt, 

IX. 99; in Formosa, VI. 21; in 
Hong Kong, III. 141; in India, 
I. 143, II. 193, VTII. 31, 43; in 
Macedonia, VI. 163, 201. VIII. 
90, IX. 20, 91, 92 ; varieties of, in 
Oriental Region, X. 197 ; in 
Palestine, IX. 99 ; breeding-places 
of, VI. 163, IX. 91, 99; anatomy 
of larva of, VI. 208. 

Culex mimulus, Edw., described as 
new from Borneo, III. 115; 
described as C. mossmani, sp. n., 
from Queensland, IV. 11. 

Culex {*Lophoceratoniyia) minuHs- 
simus, Theo. {Cnlicioniyia niger- 
rima, Theo.), in Ceylon, II. 70; 
in Hong Kong, III. 141 ; C. 
infantulus previously recorded as 
variety of, X. 198. 

Culex mirificns, Edw., in E. Africa, 
V. 31. 

Cnlex {*Barrandins) niodestns, Fie, 

X. 18; in Mesopotamia, VIII. 
Ill; in Palestine, II. 100, IX. 
194 ; placed in subgenus Neoculex, 

VIII. 101. 

Cnlex mollis, D. & K. {cavmodyae 

■mollis), breeding in tree-holes in 

Surinam, IX. 88; in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Culex nwrsitans (see Theobaldia). 
Culex mortificator, D. & K., in Costa 

Rica, X. 31. 
Culex mossmani, Tayl., described 

as new from Queensland, IV. 11; 

a synonym of C. mimulus, q.v. 
Culex {* M ochlostyrax) multispinosus, 

B.-W. & B., described as new 



from Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 60. 
Culex {*Culiciomvia) nebulosus, 
Theo., in E. Africa,VIII. 164 ; in S. 
Africa, IV. 120; in W. Africa, 

111. 121, IV. 21, 45, 49, 66, 

112, 151, 161, \ 3, 39, 40, 
45, VI. 225, VII. 169, VIII. 11, 
217, IX. 42, X. 167, 226; blood 
parasites found in, V. 40 ; breed- 
ing-places of, VIII. 11, IX. 42. 

Culex neireti, Ventr., in Madagascar, 

IX. 68. 

Culex nemorosns, Mg. (see Aedes 

communis) . 
Culex nemorosns dorsovittatus, ^"ill. 

(see Aedes sticticus). 
Culex neoapicalis, Theo. (see Psoro- 

phora confinnis). 
Cnlex nicceriensis, B.-W. & B., in 

Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60. 
Culex [Danielsia) nigrescens, Theo., 

X. 197. 

Culex nigripalpus, Theo., in Venez- 
uela, X. 62. 

Culex nigripes, Zett. (see Aedes 
alpinus). 

Culex nigritulus, Theo., in Denmark, 

IX. 82. 

Culex nilgiricus, Edw., described as 

new, IV. 64; in India, IV. 64, 

VIII. 43. 
Culex nocturnus, Theo. (see Aedes 

vexans) . 
Culex nocturnus var. niger, Theo., 

described as new from New 

Caledonia, II. 34. 
Culex normanensis, Tayl., described 

as new from Queensland, IV. 11 ; 

referred to Aedes, q.v. 
Cnlex {*Acalleomvia) obscurus, X. 

197. 
Culex occidentalis (see Aedes). 
Culex ocellatns, Theo., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Culex (*Melanoconion) ocossa, D. 

& K., described as new from 

British Guiana, VII. 105; breed- 
ing-places of, VII. 105. 
Culex orientalis, Edw., described 

as new from Japan, X. 18 ; 

breeding in rice-fields, X. 18. 
Culex originator, Gordon & Evans, 

described as new from Brazil, X. 

234 ; breeding in Carapana uba, 

X. 234. 

Cnlex ornatothoracis, Theo., in W. 

Africa, V. 3, 47 ; not a synonym 

of C. decens var. invidiosus, X. 

153. 
Culex ornatus, Mg. (see Aedes 

geni culatus) . 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Culex ousqiia, Dyar, male genitalia 
of, X. 96. 

Culex pacificiis, Edw., described as 

new from New Hebrides, IV. 64. 
Culex pallidocephalns, Theo., in 

Egypt, III. 10 ; in Natal, IV. 120 ; 

possibly synonymous with C. 

decens, VIII. 35. 
Culex [*Culiciomyi.a) pallidothorax, 

Theo., in Hong Kong, III. 141. 
Culex palpalis, Tayl., described as 

new from Australia, I. 11; a 

synonym of C. annuUrostris, 

Skuse, q.v. 
Culex paludis, Tayl., described as 

new, II. 12; a synonym of C. 

sitiens, q.v. 
Culex palus, Theo. {similis, Theo.), 

in Grenada, V. 53 ; in British 

Guiana, X. 217; in U.S.A., VI. 

87, VIII. 187 ; breeding-places of, 

V. 53, VI. 87. 
Culex {Melanoconion) papuensis, 

Tayl., described as new, II. 135; 

in Papua, II. 135, III. 154. 
Culex parvus, Macq. (see Aides 

vexans) . 
Culex parvus, Ta^d., described as 

new, I. 11; a synonym of C. 

crinicauda, q.v. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) pasadaemon, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Costa Rica, IX. 88. 
Culex {^Melanoconion) peccator, D. 

& K., in U.S.A., VI. 87, VII. 22; 

breeding-places of, VII. 22. 
Culex penicillaris, Rond. (see Aedes 

caspius). 
Culex perexiguus, Theo., value of 

fish against, in Palestine, X. 209. 
Culex perfidiosus, Edw., in Gold 

Coast, X. 167. 
Culex perfuscus, Edw., in E. Africa, 

V. 31 ; in Gold Coast, X. 167 ; in 
Zanzibar, VI. 123. 

Culex {*CJweroporpa, Mochlostyrax) 
periblepius, D. & K., in Carolina, 

VI. 87; larva of, VIII. 59. 
Culex periurbans (see Taeniorhyn- 

chus). 

Culex pervigilans, Berg., in Australia 
and New Zealand, IX. 75. 

Culex {*Transculicia) petersoni, 
Dyar, described as new from 
virgin Islands, VIII. 101. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) phlabistus 
Dyar, described as new from 
Dutch Guiana, VIII. 102. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) phlogistus, 
Dyar, described' as new from 
Dutch Guiana, VIII. 102. 



Culex pllosus, D. & K., in N. Caro- 
lina, IV. 136. 

Culex pipiens, L. [cornitatus, D. & 
K., domesticus, Germ., flavipes, 
Macq.), in N. Africa, VII. 99, X. 
68, 180 ; in S. Africa, IV. 120, IX. 
128; in W. Africa, IV. 165; in 
Albania, VII. 138; in Argentina, 
VII. 107; in Balkans, VI. 163, 
201, VII. 29, VIII. 88, 90, IX. 
20, 92, X. 142; in British Isles, 
III. 188, IV. 131, VI. 107, VII. 
64, 72, 109, 190, VITI. 177, 193, 
IX. 5, 118, X. 16, 86, 120, 165; 
in Canada, III. 155; in Canary 
Islands, X. 31 ; in China, X. 84 ; 
in Denmark, VII. 170, IX. 82; 
in Egypt, III. 10, VIII. 35; in 
Finland, X. 165; in France, VII. 
99 ; VIII. 81, X. 30 ; in Germany, 
I. 40, II. 78. 100, VT 211, 212, 
VII. 69, VIII. 27, 28, 29, 117, 
118, 121, 214, IX. 29, 35, 68, X. 
128, 192, 212 ; in French Guiana, 

VI. 160; in Hawaii, V. 17, VI. 7; 
in Holland, X. 19; in Italy, VII. 
156, X. 119 ; in Mesopotamia, 

VII. Ill; in Palestine, II. 100, 

VIII. 51, IX. 99; in Peru, III. 
26; in Ru.ssia, III. 68, V. 85; in 
Sweden, VII. 157, X. 87; in 
Switzerland, III. 225, V. 42, VI. 
172, X. 7, 8,92; in U.S.A., I. 22, 
25, 118, II. 49, 158, III. 52, 96, 
128, 213, IV. 7, 95, 159, 170, V. 
102, 103, 161, VI. 66, 70, 87, 146, 

VII. 21, VIII. 30, 194, IX. 24, 26, 
106, 186, X. 93, 108, 111, 135, 
228; in West Indies, V. 60; not 
susceptible to Bacillus of Loutraz, 

VI. 79; probably transmitting 
filariasis, X. 84, 180; flagellates 
found in. III. 129, IV. 44, V. 85, 

VIII. 88; development of Plas- 
modium relictum in, VI. 140, 229, 

IX. 170, X. 98, 236; not experi- 
mentally transmitting poliomye- 
litis, I. 17, V. 186, VI. 171; 
Sp iroch acta icterohaemorrhagiae 
not developing in, IX. 49 ; not 
transmitting Trypanosoma vesper- 
filioni<^, II. 173; bionomics of, 
I. 22, V. 42, VI. 107, 172. 212, 

VII. 29, 64, 170. VIII. 27, 28, IX. 
35, 184, X. 16, 19, 86, 229 ; effect 
of temperature on. III. 139, X. 
135 ; effect of various salts on, 
V. 103, VIII. 117, IX. 29, 184, 
185 ; effect of hydrocyanic acid 
on, VI. 57; effect of picric acid 
on larvae of, VII. 135 ; respiration 
of, VII. 49 ; larva of, IX. 99, 186, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



93 



X. 211; parasites of larva of, X. 
107, 128, 212 ; measures against, 
II. 135, III. 96, IV. 95; repellent 

for, VIII. 171; breeding-places 
of, I. 40, 98, III. 26, 30, IV. 131, 
159, 165, 170, VI. 70, 87, 163, 
201, VII. 21. VIII. 35, IX. 24, 92, 

X. 8, 93 ; specie.s allied to, X. 136, 
153. 

Culex pleiiristriatns, Theo., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa, Mochlostyrax) 

pose, D. & K., described as new 

from Texas, \1. 87 ; in Louisiana, 

X. 132. 
Culex prasinopleitrus, Martini, des- 
cribed as new from Cuba, II. 130. 
Culex proclamator, D. & K., in Costa 

Rica, X. 31. 
Culex pruina. Theo., in W. Africa, 

IV. 112, VI. 225; breeding-places 

of, IV. 112. 
Culex [*Choeroporpa) psatharus, 

Dyar, described as new from 

Panama, IX. 50. 
Culex pulchripalpis, Rond. (see 

Orthopodomyia) . 
Culex ptdchripalpis, Theo. (see 

Aedes caspiiis). 
Culex pulchritJiorax, Edw., described 

as Pseudohoivardina lineata, sp. n., 

from Transvaal, I. 140. 
Culex pullatus jngorum (see Aides). 
Culex punctatits, Mg. (see Aedes 

caspius). 
Culex pungens, R.-D. (see Aedes 

rusticus) . 
Culex pusillus, INIacq., in Egypt, 

VIII. 35; the type species of 

subgenus Barraudius, X. 18. 
Culex pyrenaicus, Brolemann, des- 
cribed as new from Pyrenees, 

VII. 140; a synonym of C. 

apicalis, q.v. 
Culex qiiadrimaculatus, Macq. (see 

Aedes rusticus). 
Culex quasigelidus, Theo., in W. 

Africa, IV. 66, V. 3, 47, VIII. 12, 

X. 226; in Egypt, III. 10, VIII. 

35; in Madagascar, IX. 67; 

breeding-places of, VIII. 12; 

synonymy of, I. 140, IX. 134. 
Culex quasimodestus, Theo. (?=C. 

pipiens, L.), in Egypt, III. 10. 
Culex quinqnefasciatus. Say (see C 

fatigans) . 
Culex reductor, D. & K., in Bahamas 

and Jamaica, VI. 88. 
Culex restuaris, Theo. (see C. terri- 

tans, Wile). 
Culex richiardii. Fie. (see Taenio- 

rhyncJius) . 



Culex rinia, Theo., African species 
aUied to, X. 153; in W. Africa, 
IV. 66, \. 39, VI. 225, IX. 42, X. 

167; breeding in crab-holes, IX. 
42. 

Culex rossi, Giles (see Aedes argen- 
teus) . 

Culex riibithoracis, Leic, C. fulleri 
not a synonym of, X. 198. 

Culex rubrithorax (see Aedes). 

Culex rusticus (see Aedes). 

Culex sagax (see Aides). 

Culex salinarius, Coq., in U.S.A., 
I. 22, 119, II. 158, III. 52, 128, 
212, IV. 7, VI. 87, VII. 21, X. 93 ; 
breeding-places of. III. 212, IV. 
7, VI. 87, VII. 21, X. 93; effects 
of salt on larvae of, V. 103 ; larva 
of, IV. 156. 

Culex salisburiensis, Theo., in S. 
Africa, VIII. 9, IX. 128; in W. 
Africa, IV. 66, IX. 42; new 
variety of, in Transvaal, I. 140; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 9, IX. 
42. 

Culex salus, Theo. (see C sitiens). 

Culex [Psendotaeniorhynchus) samoa- 
ensis, Theo., described as new 
from Samoa, II. 51. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) saramaccensis, 
B.-W. & B., described as new 
from Dutch Guiana, VIII. 60; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 60. 

Culex saxatilis, Grossb. (see C. 
apicalis). 

Culex scapular is (see Aides). 

Culex scholasticus, Theo., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60. 

Culex {*Carrollia) secundus, B.-W. 
& B., described as new from 
Panama, VIII. 60. 

Culex sergenti, Theo. (see C. api- 
calis). 

Culex serratus (see Aides). 

Culex similis, Theo. (see C. palus). 

Culex simplex, Tayl. (see C. annuli- 
rostris, Skuse). 

Culex simpsoni, Theo., distribution 
of, in Africa, IV. 120 ; in E. Africa, 
VIII. 164. 

Culex simulator, D. & K., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60. 

Culex sinensis, Theo., in Hong Kong, 

III. 141. 

Culex si liens, Wied. {annulatus, 
Tayl., jepsoni, Theo. (female), 
var. milni, Tayl., microannulatus , 
Theo., paludis, Tayl.), African 
species allied to, X. 153 ; in E. 
Africa, VIII. 164; in Australia, 

IV. 11, 60, 73, 183, V. 67, 94, 
VI. 74, 227; in Ceylon. II. 70, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



142; in Fiji, IV. 41, X. 76; in 

Formosa, VI. 21; in Hong Kong, 
III. 141; in India, I. 79, II. 155, 

V. 39 ; in Loyalty Islands, II. 34 ; 
in Papua, III. 37, 154; in Philip- 
pines, VII. 193 ; in Somaliland, 
II. 7 ; transmitting Filar ia noc- 
turna, II. 155; probably not a 
carrier of Onchocerca gihsoni, VI. 
27 ; rate of consumption of oxygen 
by larvae of. III. 70 ; described as 
C. paludis, Tayl., sp. n., II. 12. 

Culex sollicitans (see Aedes). 

Culex {*Culicloniyia) spathifurca, 
Edw., described as new from 
Borneo, III. 115. 

Culex spathipalpis, Rond. (see 
Theobaldia longiareolaia) . 

Culex l*Melanoconion) spissipes, 
Theo., in Brazil, VI. 90; in 
Trinidad, V. 60; in U.S.A., VIII. 
187. 

Culex squaniosus, Tayl. (Leucomyia 
annulirostris, Tayl.), in Queens- 
land, IV. 60 ; Culex taylori a 
synonym of, IX. 134. 

Culex sticticus (see Aedes). 

Culex stigmatosoma, Dyar, breeding- 
places of, in U.S.A., IV. 159, VI. 
87. 

Culex surinamensis, Dyar, described 
as new from Surinam, VII. 22. 

Culex taeniorhynchus (see Aedes). 

Culex {*Eubonnea subgen. n.) 
tapena, Dyar, described as new 
from Dutch Guiana, VIII. 33; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 33. 

Culex tarsalis, Coq., in U.S.A., IV. 
159, V. 125, 161, VI. 7, 49, 65, 66, 
87, 146, VIII. 104, 187, IX. 72; 
bionomics of, VI. 49, 65, 87; 
control of, VI. 66; seasonal 
prevalence of, V. 125. 

Culex taylori, Edw., n. n. proposed 
for Leucomyia annulirostris, IX. 
134 ; a synonym of C. squamosus, 
q.v. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) tecmarsis, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Panama, VII. 22. 

Culex {*Chocroporpa) terebor, Dyar, 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 102. 

Culex territans, of German authors 
(see C. hortensis or C apicalis). 

Culex territans, H., D. & K. (see 
C. apicalis). 

Culex territans, Wlk. ( restuans, 
Theo.), in Canada, VII. 106; in 
U.S.A., I. 119, III. 128, 213, IV. 
61, 136, 170, V. 161. VI. 65, 66, 
87, VIII. 14, X. 82, 93, 130; 



Microsporidia infesting, X. 82; 
larva of, VIII. 14; length of 
life of, X. 148 ; breeding-places of, 
IV. 61, 136, 170, VI. 65, 87, VII. 
106, X 93, 130; synonymy of, 
VIll. lOl.t 

Culex testaceus, Dyar (see C. api- 
calis). 

Culex thalassius, Theo., in E. Africa, 

IV. 120, VIII. 164; in W. Africa. 
III. 190, IV. 66, 120, V. 3, 39, 47, 
VI. 38, 47, 225, IX. 42, X. 167, 
226; breeding-places of. III. 190, 
VI. 38, 47, IX. 42; experiments 
with kerosene on larvae of, V. 57. 

Culex theileri, Theo. (see C tipuli- 
formis). 

Culex thriambus, Dyar, described as 
new from U.S.A., IX. 72; breed- 
ing-places of, IX. 72. 

Culex tigripes (see Lutzia). 

Culex tipuliformis, Theo. {theileri, 
Theo.), in S. Africa, VIII. 9, IX. 
128 (A nopheles in error) ; in Egypt, 
III. 10, VIII. 35 ; in Mesopotamia, 

VIII. Ill; in Palestine, IX. 99; 
new variety of, in Transvaal, I. 
140; breeding-places of, VIII. 9, 

IX. 99; distribution of, IV. 120. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) tosimus, Dyar, 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 102. 
Culex {*Helcoporpa) trifidus, Dyar, 

described as new from Costa Rica, 

IX. 206. 
Culex trifilatus, Edw., in E. Africa, 

V. 31. 

Culex tritaeniorhviichus, Giles, in 
W. Africa, VI. 16, 39, X. 167, 226 ; 
in Hong Kong, HI. 141; in 
Mesopotamia, VIII. Ill ; in Pales- 
tine, IX. 194 ; in Sumatra, IV. 23 ; 
in Zanzibar, VI. 123; breeding- 
places of, VI. 39. 

Culex univittatus, Theo., in W. 
Africa, III. 121, IV. 66, V. 45, 
VIII. 12; in Natal, IV. 120; in 
Palestine, IX. 99; in Spain, IV. 
120 ; breeding-places of, VIII. 12. 

Culex [*CarroUia, Melanoconion) 
urichi, Coq., in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Culex usquatissimus, Dyar, in Pana- 
ma, X. 96 ; male genitalia of, X. 
96. 

Culex usquatus, Dyar, described as 
new from Surinam, VII. 22; male 
genitalia of, X. 96. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) vapulans, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Dutch Guiana, VIII. 102. 

Culex {*Choeroporpa) vaxus, Dyar, 



t Some of these possibly refer to C. apicalis, Adams, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



95 



described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VITI. 102. 

Culex ventrilloni, Edw., described 

as new, VIII. 208 ; in Madagascar, 

VIII. 208, IX. 68; C. albigenu a 

synonym of, IX. 67, 134. 
Culex vexans (see Aedes). 
Culex {Leucomyia) vicinus, Tayl. 

[annulattis, Tayl.), described as 

new, V. 67 ; in Australia, IV. 60, 

V. 67. 
Culex virgaiipes, Edw., described as 

new from Hong Kong and Kash- 
mir, III. 10, 141. 
Culex virgultus, Theo., in Venezuela, 

X. 62; characters of, X. 55. 
Culex vishnui, Theo., IX. 134; in 

Ceylon, II. 70, X. 67; in Hong 

Kong, III. 141; in India, X. 77; 

in Sumatra, IV. 23. 
Culex vittigev (see Aedes). 
Culex tvahlgreni, Theo. (see Aedes 

geniculatus) . 
Culex watti, Edw., described as new 

from Africa, VIII. 48. 
Culex (*Ckoeroporpa) xivylis, Dyar, 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 102. 
Culex {*Choeroporpa) ybarmis, Dyar, 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 102. 
Culex {*Melanoconion) zeteci, Dyar, 

described as new from Panama 

Canal Zone, VII. 22. 
Culicada (see Aedes). 
Culicada annulata, Tayl. (see Culex 

sitiens). 
Culicella, a subgenus of Theohaldia, 

q.v. 
Culicelsa abdominalis (see Culex). 
Ciilicelsa albirostris (see Aedes). 
Culicelsa alboannulatus (see Aedes). 
Culicelsa annulirostris, Skuse (see 

Culex sitiens). 
Culicelsa centropunctatus {see Aedes). 
Culicelsa consimilis (see Culex). 
Culicelsa linealis (see Taeniorhyn- 

chus). 
Culicelsa paludis (see Culex). 
Culicelsa taeniorhynchus (see Aedes). 
Culicelsa iogoi (see Aedes). 
Culicelsa vigilax (see Aedes). 
cnlicifacies, Anopheles [Myzomyia). 
culiciformis, Anopheles {Coelodiaze- 

sis) ; Mochlonyx. 
Culicini, notice of key to Palaearctic 

genera of, X. 18. 
culicinus, Aedes {Ecculex). 
Culicioniyia, perhaps a distinct 

subgenus of Culex {q.v.), X. 153. 
Culicoides, in E. Africa, IX. 93; in 

W. Africa, I. 220, II. 27, IV. 150, 



IX. 25, 195; in Barbados, III. 
223; m Brazil, I. 64; in Egypt, 
VI. 239; in Florida, II. 78; in 
India, VI. 64, VII. 46, IX. 79, 

X. 81, 196 ; possibly transmitting 
disease, IX. 145; possibly asso- 
ciated with pellagra, VI. 239; 
attacking mosquitos, II. 204; 
infesting birds' nest, IX. 79 ; 
blood-sucking habits of, I. 66, 
VI. 83, X. 209; breeding-places 
of, I. 64, VI. 64, IX. 25; classifi- 
cation of, VIII. 213; notice of 
key to, X. 52 ; compared with 
Dasyhelea, IX. 201. 

Culicoides accraensis, C, I. <fe M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 26; breeding-places 
of, IX. 26. 

Culicoides aeratipennis, Skuse, in 
Australia, VII. 154. 

Culicoides albicans, Winn., in Bel- 
gium, VIII. 213. 

Culicoides alboguttatus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, IX. 
191. 

albonotatus, Kieff., de- 
as new from Asia, IX. 



Ctilicoides 

scribed 

106. 
Culicoides 

scribed 

106. 
Culicoides 



albosparsus, Kieff., 
as new from Africa, 



de- 
IX. 



(see C. 



amoenus, Winn. 
chiopterus) . 

Culicoides anophelis, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Malaya, X. 
208 ; attacking AnopheJines in 
India and ]\Ialaya, X. 208. 

Culicoides avcuatus, W^inn., in Bel- 
gium, VIII. 213. 

Culicoides arenarius, Edw., described 
as new from British Somaliland, 
X. 208. 

Culicoides austeni, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 26. 

Culicoides ausiraliensis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Culicoides belgicus, Kieff., described 
as new from Belgium, VIII. 213. 

Culicoides biguttatus, Coq., in Illin- 
ois, IV. 55. 

Culicoides bisignatus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, 
X. 51. 

Culicoides brevitarsis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VII. 154. 

Culicoides chiopterus, Mg. {amoenus, 
Winn.), in Belgium," VIII. 213; 
synonymy of, X. 141. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Culicoides cinereUns, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Hungary, 

VIII. 213. 

Culicoides circiimscriptus, Kieff., 
described as new from Africa, 

IX. 106; in Palestine, IX. 194. 
Culicoides citriints, Kieff., described 

as new from Kamerun, X. 51. 
Culicoides citroneus, C, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold 

Coast, IX. 26. 
Culicoides columbianus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Colombia, 

VTI. 154. 
Culicoides confusus, C, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold 

Coast, IX. 26; breeding-places 

of, IX. 26. 
Culicoides conjnnctus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Africa, IX. 

106. 
Culicoides cordatus, Kieff., described 

as new from Courland, IX. 171. 
Culicoides cordiformitarsus, Carter, 

described as new from Egj'pt, 

IV. 109. 
Culicoides corsoni, I. & M., described 

as new from Gold Coast, X. 61. 
Culicoides crepuscularis, Malloch, 

described as new from Illinois, 

III. 163. 
Culicoides debilipalpis, Lutz, in 

Brazil, IV. 36, VIII. 26. 
Culicoides decernpunctatus, Skuse, 

in Australia, VII. 154. 
Culicoides dentatus, Kieff., described 

as new from Kamerun, X. 51. 
Culicoides distinctipciinis, Aust., in 

Gold Coast, IX. 26. 
Culicoides eriodendrovi, C, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold 

Coast, IX. 26; breeding-places 

of, IX. 26. 
Culicoides esmoneti, Salm, described 

as new, VI. 175; in Java, VI. 

175, IX. 107. 
Culicoides fascipeunis, Staeg., in 

Belgium, VIII. 212, 213; in 

France, VI. 113. 
Culicoides [Joliannseniella) fulvi- 

thornx, Aust., X. 209; in Gold 

Coast, IX. 26. 
Culicoides graham i, Aust., in W. 

Africa, II. 117, VI. 225, VIII. 12, 

IX. 26. 
Culicoides griseidorsum, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Africa, IX. 

106. 
Culicoides guincensis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Africa, IX. 

106. 



Culicoides guttatus, Coq., in Brazil, 
IV. 36, VI. 91. 

Culicoides guttifer, de Meij., in 
Sevclielles, X. 209 ; synonymy of, 
X.' 209. 

Culicoides guttipennis, de Meij., in 
Australia, VII. 154; in Illinois, 
HI. 163, IV. 55. 

Ctilicoides guttularis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Hungary, 
VIII. 213; in Britain, IX. 195; 
in Palestine, IX. 194. 

Culicoides haematopotus, Malloch, 
described as new from Illinois, 
III. 163, IV. 55. 

Culicoides heliophilus, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Britain, IX. 
195. 

Culicoides hieroglyphicus, Malloch, 
described as new from Illinois, 
HI. 163. 

Culicoides hirtipes, Kieff., described 
as new from Peru, VH. 154. 

Culicoides horticola, Lutz, in Para- 
guay, VIII. 26. 

Culicoides impressus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Africa, IX. 
106. 

Culicoides impunctatiis, Goetgh., de- 
scribed as new from Belgium, 
VIII. 213. 

Culicoides inornatipennis, C, I. & 
M., described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 26; breeding-places 
of, IX. 26. 

Culicoides inornatipennis rutilis, I. 
& M., described as new from 
Gold Coast, X. 61 ; breeding- 
places of, X. 61. 

Culicoides insignis, Lutz, described 
as new from Brazil, I. 65. 

Culicoides javanicus, Salm, described 
as new, VI. 175; in Java, VI. 
175, IX. 107. 

Culicoides judicandus, Bezzi, in 
Philippines, VII. 194. 

Culicoides kiefferi, Goetgh., identity 
of, VIII. 213, X. 141 ; a synonym 
of C. stigma, q.v. 

Culicoides kiefferi, Patton, described 
as new, II. 28; in India, 11. 28, 
VI. 64. 

Culicoides 
scribed 
X. 51. 

Culicoides 
scribed 



kribiensis, Kieff., de- 
as new from Kamerun, 



lacteinervis, Kieff., de- 
as new from Hungarv, 
VIII. 213. 
Culicoides langeroni, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new, X. 50 ; in Tunisia, 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



97 



Culicoides latipennis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Hungary, 
VIII. 213. 

Culicoides leiicostictus, Kieff. (see 
C. guttifer). 

Culicoides lineatus, Kieff., described 
as new from New Guinea, VII. 
154. 

Culicoides longhnani, Edw., described 
as new from Jamaica, X. 208. 

Culicoides loughnani jamaicensis, 
Edw., described as new from 
Jamaica, X. 208. 

Culicoides lugens, Kieff., described 
as new from Africa, IX. 106. 

Culicoides maculithorax , Will., in 
Brazil, I. 65; in Jamaica, IX. 
171, X. 209; possibly a vector 
of sand-fly fever, IX. 171 ; C. 
XV stoma probablv a synonym of, 
x: 209. 

Culicoides niarmoratus, Skuse, in 
Australia, VII. 154. 

Culicoides maruim, Lutz {maritim 
in error), described as new from 
Brazil, I. 176. 

Culicoides mesopotamiensis, Patton, 
described as new from Mesopo- 
tamia, IX. 145. 

Culicoides miharai, Kinoshita, de- 
scribed as new, VI. 224; in 
Korea, VI. 224, VII. 101; con- 
veving fever, VI. 224; male 
described, VIT. 101. 

Culicoides milnei, Aust., in Principe, 
IV. 49. 

Culicoides minusculus, Skuse, in 
Australia, VII. 154. 

Culicoides molestus, Skuse, in Aus- 
tralia, VII. 154. 

Culicoides moniivagus, Kieff., in 
India, VIII. 20. ' 

Culicoides muUimaculatus , Tayl., 
described as new from Australia, 
VII. 62. 

Culicoides multipunctatus, Malloch, 
described as new from Illinois, 
III. 163. 

Culicoides nadayanus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Asia, IX. 106. 

Culicoides nanulus, Kieff., described 
as new from Hungary, VIII. 213. 
Culicoides neavei, Aust., species 
allied to, conveying horse-sickness 
in Beli^ian Congo, VI. 161 ; in 
Gold Coast, IX. 26. 

Culicoides newstendi, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine 
IX. 194. 
Culicoides nigellus, Skuse, in Aus- 
tralia, VII.' 154. 

(K 2009) 



Culicoides nigeriae, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new from Nigeria, X. 
61. 

Culicoides nigripennis, C, I. & M., 
breeding-places of, in Gold Coast, 

IX. 26. 

Culicoides nilogenus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Sudan, X. 
51. 

Culicoides nilophilus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Sudan, X. 
51. 

Culicoides nubeculosus, Mg. {puncta- 
ticollis, Goetgh.), in Belgium, 
VIII. 213; synonymy of, VIII. 
213, X. 141. 

Culicoides ohsoletus, Mg. (varius, 
Goetgh.), in Belgium, VIII. 212, 
213 ; synonymy of, X. 141. 

Culicoides ochrothorax. Carter, de- 
scribed as new, VII. 81; attack- 
ing mosquitos in Gold Coast, 

VII. 81. 

Culicoides octosignatus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Belgian 
Congo, X. 51. 

Culicoides odiatus, Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, IX. 194. 

Culicoides odibilis, Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, IX. 194. 

Culicoides oxy stoma, Kieff., biono- 
mics of, in India and Malaya, 

X. 81, 209 ; probably a synonym 
of C. maculithorax, X. 209. 

Culicoides pachymerus, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Culicoides pallidicornis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Hungary, 

VIII. 213. 

Culicoides paUidipennis, C, I. & 
M., described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 26. 

Culicoides paraensis, Goeldi, in 
Brazil, IV. 36, VI. 91. 

Culicoides peregrinus, Kieff., breed- 
ing-places of, in India, IV. 118. 

Ciilicoides philippinensis, Kieff., 
described as new from Philippines, 

IX. 191. 

Citlicoides phlebotomus, Will., dis- 
tribution of. III. 163. 

Culicoides pictipennis, Winn., in 
Belgium, VIII. 213; possibly a 
synonym of C. guttifer, X. 209. 

Culicoides praetermissus, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 26. 

Culicoides pulicaris, L., in Belgium, 
VIII. 212, 213; in France, VI. 
113; in Sweden, VII. 157; in 
Switzerland, VI. 172; bionomics 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



of, VIII. 212, 213; breeding- 
places of, VI. 172. 
Culicoides piimilus, Winn., in Bel- 
gium, VIII. 212, 213. 

Ciilicoides punctaticollis, Goetgh., 
new name for C. puncticollis, 
Goetgh. nee Becker, VIII. 213; 
a synonym of C. nuheculosus 
iq.v.), X. 141. 

Culicoides puncticollis, Goetgh. nee 
Becker, identity of, VIII. 213, 
X. 141 ; a synonym of C. 
nubeculosus, q.v. 

Culicoides punctithorax, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 26 ; breeding-places 
of, IX. 26. 

Culicoides pungens, deMeij., attack- 
ing man in Sunda Islands, II. 162. 

Culicoides pitripennis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 

IX. 194. 

Culicoides quadrisignains, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, 

X. 51. 

Culicoides remotus, Kieff., described 
as new from Africa, IX. 106. 

Culicoides reticulatus, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, I. 
64 {Ctilex in error), 176. 

Culicoides sanctaeniarthae, Kieff., 
described as new from Colombia, 

VII. 154. 

Culicoides sangiiisugus, Coq., in 

Illinois, III. 163, IV. 55. 
Culicoides schultzei, End., in Gold 

Coast, IX. 26, X. 234; breeding- 
places of, IX. 26. 
Culicoides (Diplosella) sergenti, 

Kieff., described as new from 

Algeria, IX. 171. 
Culicoides signains, Kieff., described 

as new from Sudan, X. 51. 
Culicoides silvestrii, Kieff., described 

as new from Africa, IX. 106. 
Culicoides similis, C, I. & M., in 

Gold Coast, IX. 26, X. 234; 

breeding-places of, IX. 26. 
Culicoides stellifer, Coq., attacking 

man in Illinois, IV. 55. 
Culicoides stephensi, Carter, de- 
scribed as new from Egypt, IV. 

109. 
Culicoides stigma, IVIg. {unimacula- 

tus, Goetgh.), in Belgium, VIII. 

213; synonymy of, VIII. 213, 

X. 141. 
Culicoides siibfascipeniiis, Kieff., 

described as new from Hungary, 

VIII. 213. [ 
Culicoides siihnitidus, Skuse, in 

Australia, IV. 8, VII. 154. 



Culicoides siisae, Kieff., described 
as new from Italy, VIII. 213. 

Culicoides sydneyensis, Skuse, in 
Australia, VII. 154. 

Culicoides tentorius, Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, IX. 194. 

Culicoides townsvillensis, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VII. 62. 

Culicoides trisignatus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, 
X. 51. 

Culicoides tmdecimpunctatus , Kieff., 
described as new from Argentina, 

VII. 154. 

Culicoides unimaculatus , Goetgh., 
new name for C. kieff eri, Goetgh., 

VIII. 213; a synonym of C. 
stigma iq.v.), X. 141. 

Citlicoides varipcnnis, Coq., in 
Illinois, III. 163. 

Culicoides variits, Goetgh. (see C. 
obsoletiis) . 

Culicoides varius, Winn., in Belgium, 
VTII. 212, 213. 

Citlicoides villosipes, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Culicoides vitreipennis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 

IX. 194. 

Citlicoides xanthoceras, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Culicoides xanthogaster, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new froin Africa, IX. 
106, 

Culiselsa, suggested to replace Tae- 
niorhynchus, IX. 72. 

Culiseta (see Theobaldia). 

Cummingsia, gen. n., X. 140. 

Cummingsia mactdaia, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Caenolestes 
in Peru, X. 140. 

Cummingsia peramydis, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Peramys 
domesticus in Brazil, X. 140. 

cumminsi, Aedes {Culex, Ochlero- 
tatus) . 

citmpstoni, Aedes [Culicada, Oclihro- 
tatus) (see A. queenslandis). 

ctinea, Hyphaittria. 

ciiniculi, Cuterebra ; Dermatodectes ; 
Notoedriis cati ; Psoroptes ; Sar- 
coptes scabiei ; Spilopsyllus. 

citprarius, Sargus. 

cuprealis, Aglossa. 

citropinensis, Culex [Mochlosty- 
rax). 

curriei, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) (see A„ 
dorsalis) . 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



99 



cursor, GlycipJiagns (see G. doniesti- 

cus). 
ciirtipalpis, Culex {Lophoceraiomyia) 

(see C. jenseni). 
citrtipes, Aedes. 
citrtus, Tabaints. 
curvata, Doratopsylla. 
ciirvinervis, Chaetoneurophora. 
curvipes, Diachlorus. 
citspis, Doratopsylla. 
Citterebra, attacldng cats in U.S.A., 

IX. 157; parasitic habits of, 

V. 18. 

Ciiterebra aniericana, F., larva of, in 
U.S.A., VIII. 108, IX. 157. 

Cuterebra analis, Macq. (see C. 
apicalis) . 

Cuterebra apicalis, Guer., in Brazil, 

VI. 129. 

Cuterebra cavennensis, Macq., in 
Brazil, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra ciuiiculi, Clark, in N. 
America, III. 194, V. 82, VI. 
186; bionomics of. III. 194. 

Cuterebra emasculator (see Bogeria). 

Cuterebra ephippium, Latr., in 
French Guiana, VI. 129. 

Ctiterebra foutinella, Clark, infesting 
rabbits in Canada, VI. 166. 

Cuterebra funebris, Aust., in Trini- 
dad, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra infulato, Lutz, described 
as new from Brazil, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra, maculosa, Knab, described 
as new on rodents in Panama, 
III. 67. 

Cuterebra rnegasioma, Brauer, in S. 
America, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra nigricans, Lutz, described 
as new from Brazil, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra nigrocincta, Aust., in Bra- 
zil, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra noxialis, Goud. (see 
Dermaiobia hominis). 

Cuterebra patagona, Guer., in Pata- 
gonia, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra rufiventris, Macq., in Bra- 
zil, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra sarcophagoides, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, VI. 
129. 

Cuterebra schmalzi, Lutz, described 
as new from Brazil, VI. 129. 

Cuterebra fenebrosa, Coq., hosts of, 
in U.S.A., VII. 128. 

cyaneus, Sabethes. 

cyaniventris, Dermaiobia (see D. 
hominis). 

Cvathomyia, pupal characters of, V. 
167. 

Cyathomyia brevipalpis (see Culex). 

(K 2009) 



Cyathomyia {Protomelanoconion) fus- 
ca, Theo. (see Culex horridus). 

cyclocercuhis, Aedes. 

Cycloleppteron, a subgenus of Ano- 
pheles {q.v.), VII. 23. 

Cyclopodia greeffi, Karsch, in San 
Thome, X. 214; in Zanzibar, 
III. 48; bionomics of, on bats, 

III. 48, X. 214 ; not infected with 
Trypanosoma gambiense, IV. 101. 

Cyclopodia similis, Speis., on bats 
in Samoa, V. 29. 

cydister, Diaiomineura. 

cygnus, Pelopia. 

cylindrica, Nemopoda. 

cymatophorus , Tabanus. 

cynocephala, Thyreophora. 

Cvnomyia, pre-pupal stage of, II. 
"89. 

Cvnomyia cadaverina, R.-D., in 
Canada, III. 155, VII. 196; in 
U.S.A., IV. 5, V. 92, 145; bi- 
onomics of, III. 161; hibernation 
of, V. 128 ; measures against, 

IV. 5 ; posterior stigmata of 
larva of, II. 131. 

Cynomyia elongata, Hough, seasonal 

prevalence of, in Montana, V. 

195. 
Cynomyia {Sarcophaga) mortuorum, 

L., disseminating typhoid and 

dysentery, I. 117; not likely to 

be spread by man, IV. 96. 
cynotis, Otodectes (Chorioptes) ; Sar- 

coptes. 
cyprianus, Tabanus (see T. pul- 

chellus). 
cyprius, Aedes (see A. lufescens). 
Cyrtoneura caesia, Mg., breeding in 

manure in British Isles, VII. 191. 
Cyrtoneura stabulans (see Muscina). 
cysticola., Laminosioptes. 
Cytodites nudus (see Cytoleichus). 
Cytoleichits {Cytodites) nudus, Viz- 

ioli. in U.S.A., VI. 14; infesting 

poultry, IV. 41, VI. 14, VII. 150; 

believed to convev cancer, VII. 

150. 
Cytoleichus penrosei, Wied., in lungs 

of Cynomys ludoviciamis, V. 64. 



D. 



Dacus, methyl eugenol attractive to, 

VII. 27. 
Dacus oleae, Mg., III. 170, 
Dacus {Chaetodacus) zonatus, Saund., 

experiments with repellents for, 

in India, IX. 80. 
daeckei, Tabanus. 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



dahlgruni, Simulium. 

dalei, Tabaniis. 

daliensis, Aedes {Stegomyia). 

damicornis, Dichelacera ; Goniodes. 

damnosum, Simulium {Eusimu- 
liitm). 

Danielsia alboannnlata , Tayl. (see 
Aedes tremula). 

Danielsia miniita, Tayl. (see Aedes 
tremula) . 

Danielsia nigrescens (see Culex). 

dardanicus, Ixodes hexagonus. 

darwinensis, Tahanus. 

darwini, Aedes {Aedimorphus) aus- 
tralis (see A . tremula) ; Peleco- 
rhynchus. 

dasycnemus, Doratopsylla. 

Dasyhelea, bionomics of, in Gold 
Coast, TX. 25, 201; notice of 
key to, X. 52. 

Dasyhelea boothi, I. & M., described 
as new from Nigeria, X. 61. 

Dasyhelea diplosis, Kieff., in Britain, 
IX. 195. 

Dasyhelea flava, I. & M., described 
as new from Gold Coast, IX. 201 ; 
breeding-places of, IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea flaviformis, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201; breeding-places 
of, IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea flavipicta, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new, X. 233 ; in Gold 
Coast, X. 233, 234. 

Dasyhelea fusca, C, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new from Gold Coast, 
IX. 201 ; breeding-places of, 
IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea fusciformis, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201; bred from rot- 
holes in trees, IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea fuscipleuris, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea fusciscutellata, C, I. & 
M., described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201; breeding-places 
of, IX. 201. 
Dasyhelea inconspicuosa, C, I. & 
M., described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201; breeding-places 
of, IX. 201. 
Dasyhelea luteoscutellata, C, I. & 
M., described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201; breeding-places 
of, IX. 201. 
Dasyhelea nigeriae, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new from Nigeria, X. 61. 
Dasyhelea nigricans, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201. 



Dasyhelea nigrofusca, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201; bred from 
rot-holes in mango trees, IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea nudipennis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, X. 
51. 

Dasyhelea obscura, Winn., Helicos- 
poridium parasiticum infecting, 

IX. 147. 

Dasvhelea omoxantha, I. & M., 
described as new from Nigeria, 

X. 233. 

Dasyhelea pallidihalter, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201 ; breeding-places 
of, IX. 201. 

Dasyhelea polita, Edw., described as 
new from Britain, IX. 195. 

Dasyhelea punctatipennis, Kieff., 
described as new from Kamerun, 
X. 51. 

Dasyhelea retorta, I. & M., described 
as new from Sierra Leone, X. 61. 

Dasyhelea similis, C, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 201 ; breeding-places 
of, IX. 201. 

dasypoda, Rogenhofera. 

dasyuri, Stephanocircus. 

daveyi, Haematopota; Ixodes. 

debilipalpis , Culicoides. 

debilis, Phalangomyia. 

Decamyia, gen. n., VIII. 32. 

decemlineata, Leptinotarsa. 

decempunctatus , Culicoides. 

decens, Culex. 

deceptor, Culex (see C. fioridanus). 

decipiens, Catallagia ; Cerafopogon. 

declarator, Culex. 

decoloratus, Boophilus {Margaropus) 
annulatus. 

decora, Haematopota. 

decorabilis, Topomyia. 

decorosum, Aponomma. 

decorus, Tabanus. 

decrescens, Ademon. 

decficus, Aedes (see A. impiger). 

decumani, Myonyssus. 

defixa, Chrysomyia (see C. combrea). 

Degeeriella rotundata, Osb., attach- 
ing itself to Hippoboscids, X. 115. 

degustator, Aedes; Culex {Choero- 
porpa) . 

Deinocerites, I. 64; in Florida, II. 
78; percentage of, in Panama 
Canal Zone, VII. 127. 

Deinocerites cancer. Theo., in Grena- 
da, V. 53, 54; in Trinidad, V. 
60; in U.S.A., VI. 88; breeding- 
places of, V. 53, 54, VI. 88. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Deinocerites melanophylhim, D. & 
K., in Panama Canal Zone, IX. 
108. 

Deinocerites pseitdes, D. & K., in 
Panama Canal Zone, IX. 108. 

Deinocerites troglodvtiis, D. & K., 
in Trinidad, II. 25, V. 60. 

dejeani, Chrysomyia (see C. albiceps). 

delphinense, Simuliuni vittatinn. 

delta, Pangonia ; Sarcophaga. 

demandata, Chrysomyza. 

demansis, Acdes {CuUcada) (see A. 
qiieenslandis). 

Demodex, possibly transmitted from 
dog to man in Australia, IX. 
186; and cancer, I. 48; and 
mange in dogs, VII. 128, X. 211 ; 
measures against, X. 211. 

Demodex arvicolae, Zschokke, var. 
apodenii, Hirst, described as new 
from Apodemus sylvaticus, VI. 
235. 

Demodex bovis, Stiles, causing con- 
tagious dermatosis in Belgian 
Congo, III. 187; infesting cattle 
in U.S.A.. VII. 104, X. 182. 

Demodex caninus, Gerv. & Beneden 
(see D. canis). 

Demodex canis, Leydig {canimis, 
Gerv. & Ben.), III. 5, VI. 60; 
in Australia, X. 56; in U.S.A., 

VI. 44, 183; infesting dogs, V. 
180, VI. 44, 183, X. 56. 

Demodex canis erinacei. Hirst, on 
hedgehogs in Britain, VI. 60. 

Demodex cati, Megn., III. 5. 

Demodex chiropteralis, Hirst, des- 
cribed as new from bats, IX. 196. 

Demodex eqiii, Raill., causing mange 
in horses, V. 180, VIII. 220. 

Demodex erinacei, Hirst, described 
as new, VI. 60 ; a variety of D. 
canis, q.v. 

Demodex folliculorum, Simon, VI. 
81 ; transmitting Dermatophihis 
congolense in E. Africa, VIII. 148 ; 
in Australia, IX. 186 ; in Ger- 
many, IX. 88 ; in Nyasaland, 
III. 119; and leprosy, II. 40, 

VII. 127, 142, X. 156; infesting 
man, V. 64. 96, IX. 186; causing 
mange in cattle. III. 119, V. 96; 
causing sheep mange, IX. 88 ; 
infesting dogs, V. 13 ; infesting 
foxes, IX. 96 ; pathogenicity of, 
X. 169. 

Demodex folUrulorum bovis (see D. 

bovis). 
Demodex folliculorum canis (see D. 

canis). 
Demodex folliculorum cati (see D. 

cafi) . 



Demodex folliculorum equi-somalien- 

sis, Croveri & Salvestroni, causing 

mange of horses in Somaliland, 

VII. 158. 
Demodex folliculorum suis, Raill. 

(see D. phylloides) . 
Demodex gliricolens. Hirst, described 

as new from water rats, IX. 196» 
Demodex longior. Hirst, described 

as new from Apodemus svlvaticus, 

VI. 235. 
Demodex melesinus. Hirst, described 

as new from badger in England, 

IX. 51. 
Demodex muscardi^ii. Hirst, des- 
cribed as new from dormouse, VI.. 

60. 
Demodex musculi, Oudms., infesting 

mice, V. 180. 
Demodex nanus, Hirst, described as 

new from Mus rattus, VI. 235. 
Demodex phylloides, Csokor [folli- 

culorutn suis, Raill.), causing 

mange in pigs, VI. 170, VIII. 200 ; 

measures against, in U.S.A., VIII. 

200. 
Demodex ratti, Hahn., infesting rats, 

V. 180. 

Demodex soricinus. Hirst, described 

as new from Sorex vulgaris, VI. 

235. 
Demodex talpae. Hirst, described as 

new from moles, IX. 196. 
Demoplatus australis, Ric, in New 

South Wales, IV. 182, VII. 12. 
Demoplatus nigrovi'tatus, Ferg. & 

Hill, described as new from New 

South Wales, IX. 62. 
Demoplatus trichocerus, Macq., in 

New South Wales, IV. 182. 
Dendromyia, VIII. 32; bred from 

Urera subpeltata in Brazil, VIII.. 

26. 
Dendromyia lutcovcntralis, Theo., 

in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Dendromyia oblita, Lutz, in Brazil, 

VI. 91. 

Dendromyia paraensis, Theo., in 
Brazil, VI. 91. 

Dendromyia personata, Lutz, in 
Brazil," VI. 91. 

Dendromyia roucouyana, B.-W. 8c 
B., described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 59; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 59. 

Dendropaedium, a subgenus of Ano- 
pheles iq.v.), VII. 23. 

dendrophilus, Aedes (Sfegomyia). 

Dennyus truncatus, Olfers (Nitzschicc 
pulicaris, Nitzsch), period of incu- 
bation of eggs of, on fowls, IV. 13. 

denshami, Tabanus. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



dentatus, Aedes {OchJevotatiis) ; Culi- 
coides ; Ixodes. 

denticornis , Monedula. 

dentipes, Hydrotaea. 

dentulosum, Simitlium. 

deplanatus, Pteromalus. 

depressum, Hyalomma. 

derivator, Culex. 

Dermacentov, conveying Rocky 
Mountain spotted fever in U.S.A., 
IV. 76, 11. 

Dermacenfor albipictus, Pack., I. 93; 
in Canada, I. 161, II. 105, IV. 
80, VI. 40, VII. 2, X. 198; in 
U.S.A., I. 161, VI. 67, VII. 80, 
X. 199: attacking man, IV. 154; 
hosts of, I. 161, VI. 40, VII. 80, 
X. 198, 199 ; bionomics of, I. 161, 

VII. 2 ; measures against, X. 198. 
Derynacentor andersoni, Stiles (see 

D. venustus). 

Dermacentov atrosignatus, Neum., 
malformations in, VIII. 218. 

Dermacentor electus, Koch, a possible 
carrier of leishmaniasis in Brazil, 
III. 147; on man and animals 
in U.S.A., II. 102, VI. 169. 

Dermacentor hunteri, Bishopp, dis- 
tribution and habits of, in U.S.A., 

I. 161. 

Dermacentor modest us, Banks, and 
Rocky Mountain spotted fever in 
Montana, III. 180. 

Dermacentor nigrolineatiis, Pack., 
distribution and habits of, in 
U.S.A., I. 161. 

Dermacentor nitens, Neum., in Ecua- 
dor, VI. 192; in Panama, III. 
134; in Venezuela, IX. 13; in 
U.S.A., I. 160; in West Indies, 

II. 129, 175; bionomics of. III. 
134; on horses and donkevs, II. 
175. 

Dermacentor occidentalis (see D. 
reiiculatus occidentalis). 

Dermacentor parumapertus (see D. 
variabilis parumapertus) . 

Dermacentor reiiculatus, F., in N. 
America, II. 102, III. 4; in 
Britain, IV. 142; in France, III. 
5, VIII. 41, X. 87, 218; in 
Hungarv, IX. 116 ; in Macedonia, 

VIII. 152, 194; in Russia, II. 
98, 119, V. 98, 99, X. 102; in 
Tunisia, VIII. 67; transmitting 
piroplasmosis in dogs and horses, 
I. 205, II. 98. 104, 119, III 5, 
V 33, 71, VIII. 41, 67, 152, 194, 
X. 87, 102, 218; on man, II. 
103, IV. 142; development of 
pads on feet of, VIII. 89. 

Dermacentor reiiculatus aulicns, 



Hirst, described as new from 

wila boars in France, IV. 86. 
Dermacentor reiiculatus uiveus, 

Neum., coloration of, VIII. 133. 
Dermacentor reiiculatus occide'iialis, 

Marx, in U.S.A., I. 161, VI. 183; 

infesting dogs, VI. 183. 
Dermacentor rhinocerofis, DeG., on 

rhinoceros in S.E. Africa, III. 

222. 
Dennaceaior variabilii. Say, in N. 

America, I. 92, 161. HI. 4, 155, 

IV. 58, 80, VI. 44, 183; in 
Philippines, VII. 194; infesting 
dogs, HI. 4, IV. 58. VI. 44, 183; 
infesting foxes, IX. 98 ; bionomics 
of, I. 92, IV. 80; coloration of, 
VIII. 133. 

Dermacentor variabilis j^arumaper- 
tus, Neum., in U.S.A., I. 161. 

Dermacentor venusius, Banks [ander- 
soni. Stiles), in Balkans, VI. 121; 
in Canada, I. 50, 204, ^^ 34, VIII. 
166, X. 198; in USA., I. 92, 
95, 101, 161, II. 2, 137. 138. III. 
60, 61. 62, 95, 180. I\ . 58, 154, 
176, V. 31, 58, 78-80, VI. 145, 
171, 183. VII. 2. 80-84, 128, VIII. 
105, IX. Ill, X. 27, 107, 123, 
124, 199 ; probably transmitting 
piroplasmosis, VIII. 166, X. 218 ; 
and Rocky Mountain spotted 
fever, I. 101. 161. II 137, 138, 
HI. 60, 61, 62, 95, 180, IV. 154, 

V. 78, 79, 80, VI. 171. VII. 83, 
84, VIII. 105, IX. Ill, X. 27; 
and tick paralysis, I. 50, 204, 
II. 105, HI. 6, 103, X. 107, 198, 
199 ; on dogs, IV. 58 ; bionomics 
of, I. 95, II. 3, HI. 95, V. 80, 

VI. 145, VII. 83, X. 123; mea- 
sures against. III. 62, V. 78. 79, 

VII. 80, 81, 82, VIII. 105, X. 
123; coloration of, VIII. 133. 

Dermanyssus, infesting fowls in 
Mauritius, VII. 134; in Queens- 
land, VIII. 74 ; a possible carrier 
of toxoplasmosis, VI. 208. 

Dermanyssus aegyptius. Hirst, on 
rodents in Egypt, I. 229, III. 47. 

Dermanyssus avium, Duges (see D. 
galUnae). 

Dermanyssus gallinae, DeG. {avium, 
Duges), distribution of, IV. 13; 
in Australia, VI. 74, VIII. 164; 
in Britain, IV. 142; in Belgian 
Congo, V. 35, IX. 164 ; in Guam, 
IV. 191, V. 184; in French 
Guinea, IV. 21; Mexico, IX. 2; 
in U.S.A., HI. 38, 155, V. 58, 
173, VI. 14, 65, 142; on man, I. 
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III. 158, IV. 21, 142, 191, V 35, 
VI. 14, 65, 142, IX. 164, X. 103, 

199; on mammals, II. 21, HI. 
5, 158, VIII. 164, IX. 96; 
probably replaced in the Tropics 
by LipoiiyssHs bursa, IV. 159 ; 
bionomics of, V. 173 ; measvires 
against, I. 116, V. 58, VI. 74, 

IX. 2, X. 103, 199. 
Dernianyssus liivundiuis, Hermann, 

in French Guinea, IV. 21 ; in 
U.S.A., VI. 142; on birds, IV. 
21, VI. 142. 
Dernianyssus niuris, Hirst, distribu- 
tion of, III. 47; in Britain, IV. 
142; in Ceylon, I. 229, V. 150; 
in Formosa, III. 228; in India, 
I. 229; on rats, I. 229, IV. 142, 

V. 150. 

Dernianyssus sanguineus, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from AIus rattus 
in Egypt, III. 47. 

Dermatobia, eggs of, carried by 
Psorophora lutzi, II. 25. 

Dermatobia cyaniventris, Macq. (see 
D. hominis). 

Dermatobia {Cuterebra) hominis, Say 
{cyaniventris, Macq., noxialis, 
Goud.), distribution of. III. 130; 
in Argentina, VIII. 163: in 
Brazil, I. 175, III. 4, 194. V. 28, 

VI. 92, 129, VII. 65, X. 156, 217 ; 
in Colombia, V. 176; in Guate- 
mala, II. 93; in Honduras, 

VII. 109, X. 164; in Panama, 

IV. 105, VII. 10, 127, X. 24; in 
U.S.A., IV. 58, X. 45; in Vene- 
zuela, X. 217; infesting cattle 
and horses, V. 28, 176, VI. 130, 

X. 156, 170; infesting dogs, 
III. 4, IV. 58, VI. 183; infesting 
man, I. 175, III. 159, IV. 105, 

VI. 92, VII. 109, VIII. 163; 
carriage of eggs of, by mosquitos, 
I. 106, III. 4, 130, 194, V. 18, IX. 
206, X. 217; ticks pos^dbly 
carrying eggs of, VII. 10, X. 24; 
bionomics of, III. 130-132, IV. 
157, VII. 65, X. 164. 

Dermatobia noxialis, Goud. (see D. 

hominis). 
Dermatocoptes, causing mange in 

horses, VII. 39. 
Dermaiodectes communis, Flirst. (see 

Psoroptes eqiti). 
Dermatodectes cuniculi, Delafond, 

causing mange in rabbits in 

Italy, IX. 155. 
Dermatoestvus strepsicerontis, Brauer, 

infesting antelopes in Africa, 

VII. 170. 



Dennatophagus auricularis, Marek 

(see Otodectes cynotis). 
Dermatophilus (see Tunga). 
Derniestes, infesting meat factories 

in U.S.A., V. 92. 
Dermestes cadaverinus, L., infesting 

hides in Brazil, VI. 92. 
Dermestes frischi, Kug., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
Dermestes lardarius, L., infesting 

poultry in Germany, VIII. 122; 

attacking hatching ducks, V. 60 ; 

in dead bodies, IX. 121. 
Dermestes undulatus, Brahm., in 

dead bodies, IX. 121. 
desertus, Tabanus. 
Desmometopa latipes, Mg., breeding- 
places of, in U.S.A., VI. 116. 
destructor, Monomorium. 
Desvoidya obturbans (see Armigeres) . 
detectus, Iridomyrmex. 
determinata, Patt., Musca (see M. 

domestica (atypical)). 
determinata, Wlk., Musca (see M. 

nebulo) . 
detritum, Hyalomma. 
detritus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 
devia, Brachycoma. 
Diachlorus, in Florida, II. 78. 
Diachlorus bimaculatus, Wied., in 

Brazil, IV. 36, VIII. 25; habits 

of, VIII. 25. 
Diachlorus curvipes, F., in Brazil, 

VT. 90 ; in British Guiana, V. 

4, VII. 179 ; attacking man, V. 4. 
Diachlorus Jervugatus, F., in Florida, 

VII. 20, 63. 
Diachlorus flavitaenia, Lutz, habits 

of, in Brazil, VIII. 25. 
Diachlorus immaculatus, Wied., in 

Brazil, IV. 36. 
Diachlorus maroccanus. Big. (see 

Mesomyia singularis) . 
Diachlorus neivai, Lutz, in Brazil, 

VI. 90. 

Diachlorus nigristigma, Neiva, in 

Brazil, VI. 90. 
Diachlorus podagricus, F., attacking 

man in British Guiana, V. 4. 
Diachlorus scutellatus, Macq., in 

British Guiana, V. 4, VII. 179; 

attacking man, V. 4. 
Diachlorus vitripennis, Lutz, in 

Brazil, VI. 90. 
diaeretus, Taeniorhynchus [Coquil- 

lettidia, Mansonia). 
diana, Hypodernia. 
diantaeus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus). 
diaperinus , A Iphitobius. 
Diapria conica, F., parasite of 

Eristalis tenax in British Isles, 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



*Diatominetira, a synonym of Osca, 
VIII. 208. 

Diaiomineura aethiopica (see Cori- 
zoneura) . 

Diaiomineura auriflua, Don., in 
New South Wales, IV. 182, VII. 
12. 

Diaiomineura auripleura, Tavl., de- 
scribed as new from New South 
Wales, VII. 12. 

Diaiomineura bicolorata, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VI. 238. 

Diaiomineura brevirosiris, Macq., in 
New South Wales, IV. 182. 

Diaiominettra crocea, Tavl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VI. 118. 

Diaiomineura cydister, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VI. 238. 

Diaiomineura fulgida, Ferg. & 
Henry, described as new from 
New South Wales, VIII. 173. 

Diaiomineura hasiaia (see Corizon- 
eura) . 

Diaiomineura ianihina, White, de- 
scribed as new from Tasmania, 

V. 66. 

Diaiomineura inflata, Ric, in New 

South Wales, IV. 182. 
Diaiomineura inornaia (see Corizon- 

eura) . 
Diaiomineura lineatithorax (see Cori- 

zoneura). 
Diaiomineura minima, Ric, in New 

South Wales, IV. 182. 
Diaiomineura moutana, Ric, in 

New South Wales, VII. 12. 
Diaiomineura peneirabilis (see Cori- 

zoneura) . 
Diaiomineura pulchra, Ric, in New 

South Wales, VII. 12. 
Diaiomineura regis-georgii, Tayl., 

described as new from Australia, 

VI. 238. 

Diaiomineura testacea, Macq., in 
New South Wales, VII. 12. 

Diaiomineura violacea, Macq., in 
Queensland, VI. 228. 

Dibrachys, parasite of household 
insects, IV. 121. 

Dibrachys cavus, Wlk., parasite of 
flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

Diceromyia, sub-division of Aedes 
{Ochleroiatus), V. 52, 53. 

Dichelacera, in Brazil, IV. 37. 

Dichelacera anatis, Hine, described 
as new fi-om Costa Rica, IX. 158. 

Dichelacera calopiera, Hine, de- 
scribed as new from Mexico, IX 
158. 



Dichelacera damicornis, F., attacking 
man in British Guiana, V. 4. 

Dichelacera januarii, Neiva & Pinto, 
in Brazil, VI. 90. 

Dichelacera japonica (see Isshikia). 

Dichelacera leucomelas, Neiva & 
Pinto, described as new from 
Brazil, VI. 90. 

Dichelacera melanoptera, Hine, de- 
scribed as new from British 
Guiana, IX. 158. 

Dichelacera melanosoma, Hine, de- 
scribed as new from Costa Rica, 

IX. 158. 

Dichelacera ochracea, Hine, described 
as new from Br. Guiana, IX. 158. 

Dichelacera plagiaia, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, X. 
171. 

Dichelacera iesiacea, Macq., attack- 
ing man in British Guiana, V. 4. 

Dichelacera varia, Wied., in Brazil, 
VI. 90. 

dichroa, Pangonia {Pangonius). 

Dicladocera conspicua, Lutz & 
Neiva, described as new from 
Brazil, III. 82. 

Dicladocera relicia, Neiva & Penna, 
described as new from Brazil, 
VI. 90. 

Dicladocera simulans, Neiva & 
Penna, described as new from 
Brazil, VI. 90. 

Dicrania (see Stichocera). 

Dicranomyia (see Stichocera). 

Dicrobezzia nigriiibialis, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold Coast, 

X. 61 ; breeding-places of, X. 61. 
diemanensis, Tabanus. 

Dieuches humilis, Reuter, trans- 
mitting fiagellosis to Euphorbia, 
X. 146. 

dijferentialis, Melanophis. 

digitatus, Armigeres {Leicesieria) ; 
Trichoprosopon [Culex, Jobloiia). 

Digonocliaeta spinipennis, Mg., in 
houses in Britain, IV. 144. 

Dilophus febrilis, L., breeding in 
manure in British Isles, VII. 191. 

dimidiata, Chrysops ; Triaioma. 

dimidiaius, Erisialis. 

diminuius, Conorhinus (see Tria- 
ioma 7'ugulosa). 

dinelli, Simulium. 

Dineuies, predacious on Anopheline 
larvae in U.S.A., IV. 137. 

Dinomyia, gen. n., VIII. 32. 

Dinomyia proviolans, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Panama, VIII. 
32. 

Dinopsyllus ellobius, Roths., on 
Mus ratius in S. Africa, III. 134. 



* As the generic position of some of the species that have been described in this genus has not been 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Dinotrombidium tinciorium, L., in 

French Guinea, I. 121. 
Diplosella, a new subgenus of 

Culicoides {q.v.), IX. 171. 
diplosis, Dasyhelea. 
dipterophaga, Chalcis. 
Diranchis, parasite of flies in 

Britain, VIII. 22. 
directa, Pangonia (see Metoponaplos 

parva). 
Dirhiniis ehrhorni, Silv., parasite of 

Ceratitis in Nigeria, VI. 40. 
Dirhinus giffardi, Silv., parasite of 

Ceratitis in Nigeria, VI. 40. 
Dirhinus inflexus, Waterst., de- 
scribed as new, VI. 40 ; parasite of 

Glossina in Gold Coast, VI. 40, 99. 
Dirhinus sarcophagae, Frogg., in 

Australia, VIII. 60, 174, IX. 156, 

X. 1, 56, 134 ; parasitising Mus- 

cids, VIII. 60, 174, IX. 156, X. 1, 

66, 134. 
discalis, Chrysops. 
discisa, Bembidula, 
discolor, Psorophora. 
di scars, Pangonia. 
discrepans, Haemagogus. 
discrucians, Psorophora [Janthino- 

soma). 
disjunctiis. Oestrus. 
dispar, Chrysops ; Glyciphagus ; 

Lucilia (see Phormia coendea, 

R.-D.). 
dissimile, A mhlyomma. 
dissiniiUs, Goniodes. 
disticta, Forcipomyia (see F. bipunc- 

tata). 
distincta, Haematopota ; Pyrellia. 
distinctipennis, Chrysops ; Culicoides. 
distinctum, Simulium. 
distinctus, Pelecorhynchus ; Silvius ; 

Tabanus. 
ditaeniatus, Tabanus. 
ditissima, Pyrellia. 
dittrna, Skusea (see Aedes bxitleri). 
divaricata, Musca (see M. domestica 

(atypical)). 
divergens, Sinmlium. 
diver sifurcatum , Simulium . 
diversus, Culex [Culicada) (see 

Aedes rusticus) ; Tabanus. 
dives, Stibasonia. 
divisor, Culex. 

Dixa, in France, V. 148 ; in Tur- 
kestan, I. 196; breeding-places 

of, I. 196, V. 148. 
Dixippus morosus (see Cavausius) . 
Dixomyia, in Australia, II. 93. 
Dixomyia elegans (see Ficalbia). 
dixoni, Tabanus. 
Docophorus, not feeding on blood, 

IX. 43. 



Docophorus icterodes, Nitzsch, on 
ducks and geese in U.S.A., IV. 
13, VI 14. 

doddi, Mimeteomvia (see Aedes 
tremula) ; Tabantts. 

Dodecamyia, gen. n., VIII. 32; 
notice ^of key to, IX. 72. 

Dodecamyia mus (see Wyeomyia). 

dofleini, Rachionotomyia [Ficalbia). 

Dohrniphora abdominalis. Fall., 
breeding-places of, IV. 51. 

dolichocephalus, Armigeres [Leices- 
teria) . 

Dolomedes, predacious on Glossina 
palpalis in Belgian Congo, III. 
199. 

dolosa, Culex; (female) (see Aedes 
lynchi) . 

domestica, Musca [Proynusca) ; 
Phora ; Ploiaria {Emesodema). 

domesticus, A edes (Ochlerotatus) ; 
Culex (see C. pipiens) ; Glyci- 
phagus ; Gryllus ; Taeniorhynchus 
(see Culex aurantapex). 

domicolus. Anopheles. 

donaldsoni, Tabanus. 

Doratopsylla antiquorum, Roths., in 
Brazil,' IV. 33. 

Doratopsvlla blarinae. Fox, in U.S.A., 
IV. 33. 

Doratopsylla curvata. Roths., de- 
scribed as new from mice in 
N. America, IV. 33. 

Doratopsylla cuspis, Roths., de- 
scribed as new from Sorex araneus 
in Hungary, IV. 33. 

Doratopsylla dasycneynus. Roths., 
distribution of, in Europe, IV, 
33; on rats in England, IX. 47. 

Doratopsylla intermedia, Wagn., in 
Central America, IV. 33. 

Dorcaloemus , attacked by Asilids in 
Nyas aland. III. 116. 

dor salts, Mg., Aedes [Culex, Grab- 
hamia, Ochlerotatus). 

dorsalis, auct., Aedes [Ochlerotatus) 
(see A. caspius). 

dorsiger, Neotaban us . 

dorsofasciata, Palponiyia. 

dorsovittatus, Aedes (Culex) (see A. 
stictictis) . 

dracaenae, Eretniopodites. 

dvapetes, Wyeomyia. 

dromedarii , Hyalomma aegyptium. 

Drosophila, possibly carrying 
disease, VIII. 1, IX. 105; flagel- 
lates found in, VIII. 88, IX. 208; 
parasitised by Spalangia, II. 24; 
hibernation of, X. 135; notice of 
monograph on, X. 124. 

Drosophila ampelophila, Lw. (see 
D. melanogaster). 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Drosophila bitscki, Coq., habits of, 
VIII. 1. 

Drosophila caribbea, Sturt., habits 
of, VIII. 1. 

Drosophila fenestrarum, Fall., in 
Britain, II. 19. 

Drosophila funebris, F., habits of, 
II. 134, VI. 81, VIII. 1. 

Drosophila melanogaster, Mg. {am- 
pelophila, L\v.), in Hungary, X. 2, 
3; in U.S.A., III. 62, V. 145, VI. 
103; bionomics of, X. 2, 3; 
habits of, VIII. 1, X. 2; experi- 
ments with baits for, IV. 106 ; 
laboratory races of, X. 124. 

Drosophila oenophila, error for D. 
melanogaster {antpelophila), X. 2 
(note). 

Drosophila repleta, Will., habits of, 

VIII. 1. 
drosophilae, Spalangia. 
Drvomyza flaveola, F., bionomics of, 

in Britain, IV. 143. 

d'thali, Anopheles (see A. rhodesien- 
sis). 

dubia, Sciomyza. 

diihiosa, Paratricyclea. 

dubiosvs, Tabanus. 

dubinui, Simulium hirsutum. 

dubiiis, Pachycrepoideus . 

duboscqui, Phlebotomus. 

dugesi, Pulex. 

dumalis, Aniphipsylla. 

dunni, Culex {Melanoconion). 

duodenalis, Gastrophilus (see G. 
nasalis). 

duplonotatxis, Tabanus. 

dupveei, Aedes. 

durbaneiisis, Aedes (Ochlerotatiis). 

durhanii, Armigeres ; Limatus. 

dutioni, Culex ; Haematopota. 

dtwaucellii, Chrysomyia (see C. 
megacephala) . 

dux, Chrysomyia [Calliphova, 
Liicilia, Pycnosonia) (see C. mega- 
cephala) ; Ctenophthalnius ; Sarco- 
phaga misera. 

dyari, Theobaldia {Aedes, Culex, 
Culicella) . 

Dyavina, gen. n., notice of key to, 

IX. 72. 

Dyarina lassalU, B.— W. & B., de- 
scribed as new from Trinidad, IX. 
72. 

Dyarina tripartita, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from S. America. 
IX. 73. 

dyridophorimi, Stibasoma. 

dysanor, A edes {Ochlerotatiis) . 

dysmathes, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

Dytiscus, predacious on mosquito 



larvae, 11. 154, V. 104, VI. 68, 
VIII. 63. 

Dytiscus niarginalis, L., predacious 
on Culex larvae, \^. 43. 



E. 



eastor, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

eatoni, Aedes {Ochlerotatiis). 

eburneu^n, A rnblyomnia. 

ecaudatus, Chorioptes (see Otodectes 
cynotis). 

Ecculex (see Aedes). 

Echestypiis paradoxus, Newst., on 
bushbuck and wart-hog in Nyasa- 
land, IV. 171. 

echidninus, Laelaps. 

Echidnophaga iXesto-psylla) galli- 
nacea, Westw., Vn."l55, VIII. 
84 ; distribution of, IV. 4 ; in E. 
Africa, III. 148; in S. Africa, III. 
134 ; quarantine against, in W. 
Australia, X. 235 ; in Belgian 
Congo, V. 35, IX. 164; in Egvpt, 
III. 44; in Gold Coast, V. 47; in 
Hawaii, III. 148, V. 10; in 
Mauritius, III. 53, 221 ; in Sene- 
gal, X. 52; in Tunis, VI. 28; in 
U.S.A., VI. 143, 183, IX. 48, X. 
122; infesting poultry, III. 53, 
221, IV. 13, 35, 81, V. 35, 47, VI. 
143, 183, IX. 164; on mammals, 
III. 44, 134, 148, IV. 58, VI. 28, 
X. 52; bionomics of, III. 148, 
232, V. 10 ; measures against, I. 
80, 116, II. 44, IV. 35, X. 122. 

Echidnophaga larina, J. & Fv.. hosts 
of, in Africa, III. 4. 

Echinomyia, suspected of causing 
myiasis in Brazil, HI. 194. 

Echinophthirius fluctus, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Eumetopias 
jiibata in the Pacific, IV. 196. 

Echinophthirius horridus, Olfers, on 
seals in Alaska, VII. 195. 

Echinophthirius phocax, Lucas, E. 
horridus confused with, VII. 195. 

echinus, Aedes {F inlay a, Ochlero- 
tatiis) . 

echis, Atyphloceras. 

Echthrogonatopus, comparison of, 
with Australencyrtus, X. 2. 

ecinctus, Rhipicephalus. 

Ecitomyia, infesting meat in India, 
VI. 63. 

Ectenopsis victoriensis, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
IX. 169. 

Ectenopsis vulpecula, Wied., in New 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Ectenopsis vulpecttla nigripennis, 
Tayl., described as new from 
Australia, VI. 238. 
Ectobia germanica (see Blattella). 

Ectomocoris idulans, Rossi, probably 
not a carrier of goitre in Algeria, 
IV. 139. 

edax, Haematopota ; Haltichella. 

edentata, Psilohelea, 

edentitlus, Tabanus. 

edwardsi, Euproctis. 

egberti, Culex {Mochlostyrax). 

eggeri, Tabanus. 

ehrhorni, Dirhinus. 

eichhorni, Ixodes, 

eiseni, Anopheles. 

Elaphromyia, Tayl., gen. n., VI. 118 ; 
Phibalomyia , n.n. proposed for, 
X. 109. 

Elaphropeza, predacious on midges 
in Gold Coast, IX. 25. 

elara, Chrysomyia (see C. albiceps). 

£latus, Ceratophyllus. 

elecius, Dermacenior. 

elegans, Anopheles [Myzomyia) (see 
A . leucosphyrus) ; Ficalbia {Dixo- 
myia). 

elegantula, Forciponiyia. 

elektrophaeum, A trichopogon. 

elephaiiiis, Cobboldia. 

eleuthera, Culex (see C. bahamensis) . 

elevator, Culex. 

ello, Erinnyis. 

£llobiiis, Dinopsylliis. 

elongata, Cynomyia ; Trichopria. 

elofigaiulus, Silvius. 

elutus. Anopheles. 

emasculator, Bogeria {Cuterebra). 

einersoni, Phanurus. 

Emesodema domestica (see Ploiaria). 

enim imis, Ischnopsvllus. 

emoda, Chrysomyia (see C. albiceps). 

Enderleinellus, notice of new species 
of, VIII. 71. 

Enderleinellus kelloggi, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from squirrel in 
N. America, IV. 177. 

Enderleinellus Jtncinatus, Ferris, 
described as new from Glaucomys 
in N. America, IV. 177; trans- 
ferred to Microphthirus, q.v. 

Engyzops pecchiolii, Rond., larva 
of, attacking molluscs, IX. 149. 

enormis, Hoplopleura. 

ensifera, Myobia. 

ensiformis, Culex {M elanoconion) . 

Entedon hagenowi (see Tetrastichus). 

entomophagus , Histiogaster. 

Ephemera, I. 195. 

Ephestia kuhniella, ZeU., damaging 
biscuits, III. 43 ; measures against. 



in drugs, X. 85; flagellates cul- 
tivated in juices of, X. 163. 

ephippium, Cuterebra. 

Epicauta, use of, in medicine, X. 60. 

Epicauta sapphir.ina, MSeklin, 
causing blisters on man in Khar- 
toum, VI. 194. 

Epicauta tomentosa, INIaeklin, causing 
blisters on man in Khartoum, 
VI. 194. 

Epidermoptes (see Rivoltasia). 

epinolus, Aedes. 

Epischnia canella, Hb., Fannia 
reared from, I. 68. 

epistates, Tabanus. 

Epitheca, I. 195. 

equi, Chorioptes (Symbiotes) bovis ; 
Demodex ; Gastrophihis {Gastrus) 
(see G. intestinalis) ; Psoroptes ; 
Sar copies scabiei ; Trichodectes (see 
T. parumpilosus) . 

equi-somaliensis, Demodex follicu- 
lorum. 

equina, Hippobosca. 

equinutn, Simulium. 

equinus, Borborus ; Haemagogus ; 
Silvius. 

Erephopsis, in Br. Guiana, VII. 129. 

Erephopsis aureovestita, Ferg. & 
Henry, described as new from 
New South Wales, VIII. 173. 

Erephopsis clelandi, Ferg., described 
as new from. Australia, IX. 169; 
attacking horses, IX. 169. 

Erephopsis flavicornis, Lutz, in 
Brazil, X. 159. 

Erephopsis gibbula, Wlk.. in New 
South Wales, VII. 12. 

Erephopsis jacksoni, Macq. (see Osca 
maculiventris). 

Erephopsis lata (see Osca). 

Erephopsis leucopogon, Wied., in 
Brazil, VI. 90. 

Erephopsis neotricolov, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VI. 238. 

Erephopsis niveovitiata, Ferg. & 
Henry, described as new from 
New "South Wales, VIII. 173; a 
synonym of Osca limbithorax, q.v. 

Erephopsis opaca, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Erephopsis picea, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Erephopsis pubescens, t.utz, in 
Brazil, IV. 36, VI. 90. 

Erephopsis pygmaea, Lutz & 
Machado, described as new from 
Brazil, IV. 36. 

Erephopsis rufoniger, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
IX. 169. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



ErepJiopsis scionoides, Lutz & 
Machado, described as new from 
Brazil, IV. 36. 

Erephopsis siibcontigua, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

IX. 169. 

Erephopsis sitbmeiallica, Brethes, 
described as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 

Erephopsis vidua, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, VI. 238. 
Erephopsis vicina georgia, Tayl., 

described as new from Australia, 

VI. 238. 
ErepJiopsis xanthopilis, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, IX. 

169. 
ErepJiopsis xanthopogon, Macq., in 

Brazil, IV. 36, VI. 90. 
Eretes sticticalis, L., predacious on 

larvae of Culex in Russia, V. 84. 
Eretmopodites cJirysogaster, Grab., in 

Belgian Congo," II. 117, HI. 121; 

in Sierra Leone, IV. 163; in 

Zanzibar, III. 49 ; breeding-places 

of, IV. 163. 
Eretmopodites chrysogaster subsimpli- 

cipes, Edw., in Zanzibar, VI. 123. 
Eretmopodites condei, Ventr., in 

Madagascar, IX. 68. 
Eretmopodites dracaenae, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, IV. 64 ; in Sierra 

Leone, IV. 64, 161, 163. 
Eretmopodites inoniatus, Newst., 

breeding-places of, in W. Africa, 

IV. 45, 112. 
Eretmopodites quinqitevittatiis, Theo., 

in E. Africa, VIII. 164; in W. 

Africa, IV. 45, 120, 163, X. 225; 

in Madagascar, IV. 120 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 45, 163. 
erinacei, Archaeopsylla {Cteno- 

cephalus) ; Demodex cams. 
Erinnvis ello, L., Diptera sucking 

blood of, II. 132. 
eriodendroni, Culicoides. 
eriopJithalma, Pyrellia. 
Eristalis, VI. 139; in Poland, VIII. 

119 ; causing myiasis in man, 

VI. 3. 
Eristalis arbitstornni, L., breeding 

in manure in British Isles, VII. 

191; causing myiasis in man, I. 

49, III. 152. 
Eristalis dimidiatus, Wied., causing 

myiasis in man, I. 49. 
Eristalis obsoletus, Wied., Monedida 

denticornis predacious on, in 

British Guiana, VI. 18. 
Eristalis tenax, L., breeding in 

manure in British Isles, IV. 108, 



VI. 191 ; causing mviasis in man, 
I. 49. 

eristaloides, Pelecorhynchus . 

erratica, Phaonia. 

erraticus, Citlex {Melanoconion) ; 

Ornithodorus. 
erucicida, Forcipomyia. 
eruditus, Cheyletus. 
cryngii, Lasioptera. 
erynnis, Tabanus. 
erythrocephala, Calliphora ; Ornithoc- 

tona. 
erythrocephalus, Creophihts. 
erythromela, Araneus. 
erythromera, Spalangia. 
erythronenrum , Xanthagrion. 
erythrothorax, Culex. 
Eschatocephalus vespertilionis (see 

Ixodes), 
escomeli, Culex; Simulium. 
Eseiibeckia, habits of, in Brazil, VIII. 

25. 
Esenbeckia ferruginea, Mac(|., in 

Brazil, VI. 90. 
Esenbeckia tucumana, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 
esmoneti, Culicoides. 
esoensis, Aedes. 

espini, Goeldia [Lesticocampa). 
eta, Sarcophaga. 
ethiopiciis, Culex ager (see C, 

bitaeniorhynchus) . 
Etorleptiomyia mediolineata (see 

Ficalbia). 
Eubonnea, subgen. n., VIII. 33 (see 

Culex) . 
eucephalaeits, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 
eucleptes, Aedes {Finlaya). 
Eucoila, introduced into Hawaii 

against Lyperosia irritans, X. 83» 
Eucorethra, larva of, predacious on, 

mosquito larvae, VI. 7, 49. 
eudyptidis, Ixodes. 
Euforcit>omvia fusicornis, Coq., in 

Illinois, IV. 55. 
Euforcipomyia hirtipennis, Malloch, 

described as new from Illinois, 

IV. 55. 
Eiiganiasus lovicatus, Wankel, on. 

rodents in Britain, III. 9. 
Eukraiohelea, gen. n., X. 61. 
Eukraiohelea africana, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold 

Coast, X. 61 ; breeding-places of, 

X. 61. 
Eukraiohelea foyi, I. & M., described 

as new from Nigeria, X. 233. 
Eukraiohelea versicolor, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold Coast, 

X. 61 ; breeding-places of, X. 61. 
Ertlaclaps [Laelaps) stabularis, Koch, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



109 



on rats in Great Britain, III. 9; 
in France, VIII. 221; on man, I. 
229, VIII. 221; nymphal stages 
of, VIII. 221. 

Eumelanoniyia, pupal characters of, 
V. 167; perhaps a distinct sub- 
genus of Culex, X. 153. 

Eumelanomyia inconspicuosa , Theo., 
Culex albiventris n. n. proposed 
for {q.v.), X. 153. 

Eumnsca (see Musca). 

Eupelminus iarsatus, Wtrst., de- 
scribed as new, IV. 65; parasite 
of Gloss ina morsiians in Nyasa- 
land, IV. 29, 65, 112, V. 2. 

Eupelmus urichi, Wtrst., described 
as new, X. 214 ; parasite of 
Cyclopodia greeffi in San Thome, 
X 214. 

eiiphanes, Tabanus. 

Euphormia, gen. n., proposed for 
Phormia regina, Mg. {q.v.), VIII. 
52. 

Euproctis edwardsi, Neuni., causing 
dermatitis in man in Austraha, 
X. 168. 

Euproctis flava, F., var. subflava, 
Bremer, probably causing der- 
matitis in man in Japan, IX. 118. 

Eurenetes /imacf win, Schrank, attack- 
ing snails, VIII. 24. 

Eurydema {Pentatoma) oleraceum, 
L., flagellates in, in France, X. 
121. 

Eurydema {Pentatoma) ornatum, L., 
flagellates in, in France, X. 121. 

Eurydema ornatum, var. pectorale, 
Fieb., flagellates in, in France, X. 
121. 

ciirygaster, Pedicinus. 

Eli ryophthalmus convivus, Stal, new 
flagellate found in, in U.S.A., IX. 
48. 

Euryparasitus [Gamasus) terribilis, 
Mich., on rats in Britain, I. 103, 
III. 9. 

Eurypelma steindachnevi, Auss., 
effects of poison of, in Ai'kansas, 
X. 190. 

curysternus, Haematopinus. 

Eusim-ulium (see Simulium). 

cutaeniata, Musca (see M. hmnilis) . 

Eiithrombidium trigonum, Herm., 
infesting Orthoptera in Europe 
and N. America, VI. 147. 

Euxoa (Agrotis) tritici, L., para,.sitised 
by Tachinids, I. 152. 

Evania append igaster, L., a parasite 
of cockroaches, III. 126. 

evertsi, Rhipicephalus . 

exaratum,, Stomatoceras {Ccntrochal- 
cis). 



excelsus, Tabanus. 

excitans, Chrysops. 

excrucians, Aedes {Ochlerotatiis). 

exigua, Lyperosia. 

exiguicornuta, Haemaiopota. 

exiguum, Lutz, Simulium (see 5. 

amazonicum) . 
exiguum, Roub., Simulium. 
exilis, Atractodes. 
exornaium, Aponomma. 
expositicius, Haemaphysalis (see H. 

cinnabarina punctata) . 
extricator, Culex. 
exulans, Tabanus. 



F. 

faceta, Neopsylla. 

fahrenholzi, Linognathus. 

Fahrenholzia tribulosa, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Perognathus 
californicus in N. America, IV. 
177. 

fajardoi, Anopheles {Chagasia). 

falcatus, Rhipicephalus. 

falcula, Simulium. 

falculata, Sarcophaga. 

fallax, Pheidole ; Phlebotomus ; 
Wyeomyia. 

famelicus, Oncopeltus. 

Fannia, not experimentally trans- 
mitting onchocerciasis in Aus- 
tralia, VIII. 174; ingesting cysts 
of Entamoeba histolytica, V. 117 ; 
causing myiasis in man, VI. 3; 
duration of early stages of, VII. 
57. 

Fannia armata, Mg., in houses in 
Britain, IV. 144. 

Fannia brevis, Rond., entering 
houses in U.S.A., VI. 103. 

Fannia [Homalomyia) canicular is, 
L., IV. 45, VII. '40; in Australia, 

III. 207, VII. 187; in Austria, 

VI. 81; in Britain, I. 11, 66, II. 
19, III. 89, 175, IV. 108, 143, 
169, V. 155, VIII. 22, X. 87; in 
Egypt, IV. 142. VI. 239; in 
France, I. Ill, 134; in Gallipoli, 

IV. 92, VI. 26 ; in Germany, VIII. 
122 ; flagellate in, in India, IX. 
208; in Korea, VII. 142, IX. 180, 
X. 206; in Manchuria, X. 45; 
possibly infesting sheep in New 
Zealand, IX. 168, X. 204; in 
Russia, I. 110, VIII. 119; in 
Salonica, IV. 179; in Sweden, 

VII. 157; in U.S.A., III. 61, IV. 
5, V. 125, 145, VI. 103, VIII. 30; 
causing myiasis, I. 67, IH- 32, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



152 ; infested with Empusa mus- 
cae, I. 11, 134 ; developing in dead 
snails, X. 23; bionomics of, VIII. 
123; hibernation of, V. 155, IX. 
29, 180, X. 206; seasonal pre- 
valence of. III. 207, V. 125; 
natural enemies of, II. 56, VIII. 
22; fumigation against, VIII. 
121 ; baits and traps for, IV. 5, 
142, 169, V. 45, VIII. 30, X. 87; 
characters of, I. 22 ; egg of, I. 110 ; 
sense reactions of, VII. 56. 

Fannia incisiivata, Zett., causing 
auricular myiasis in man, III. 
32 ; breeding in cess-pools in 
France, X. 30. 

Fannia manicata, Mg., bionomics 
of, in Britain, IV. 143. 

Fannia scalaris, F., VII. 40; in 
Austria, VI. 81; in Britain, II. 
19, III. 175, IV. 143, 169; in 
France, II. 134, X. 30; in Galli- 
poli. IV. 92, VI. 26 ; in Korea, X. 
206; in Manchuria, X. 45; in 
Poland, VIII. 119 ; in U.S.A., III. 
61, IV. 5, V. 125, VI. 116; and 
disease, IV. 45, V. 49 ; causing 
auricular myiasis in man, III. 32 
bionomics of, IV. 145, X. 24, 206 
seasonal prevalence of, V. 125 
breeding-places of, VI. 116, X. 
30; baits for, IV. 5, 169; sense 
reactions of, VII. 56. 

Fannia setigena, Villen., described 
as new from Ruwenzori, IV. 125. 

farinae, Tyroglyphus {Aleiirobius). 

farinalis, Pyralis {Asopia). 

fasciata, Bogeria ; Palpomyia ; 
Siegomvia (see Aedes argenieus). 

fasciatapex, Haeniatopota. 

fasciatus, Aedes {Stegomyia) (see A. 
argenieus) ; Ceratophyllns ; Ta- 
banus. 

fasciolatiis, Taeniorhynchiis [Man- 
sonia) . 

fascipennis, Ciilicoides. 

fascipes, Orlhopodomyia [Bancroftia). 

fatigans, Ciilex. 

fauna, Wyeomyia. 

faurei, Linognathoides. 

febrifer, Anopheles [Myzomyia) (see 
A. minimus). 

febrilis, Dilophus. 

felis, Ctenocephalus ; Otodectes 
[Chorioptes) cynotis. 

femoralis, Aphodius. 

feinur-nibrum, Melanopltis . 

fenestralis, Oecothea ; RJiyphiis ; 
Scenopinus. 

fenestrariim, Drosophila. 

fera, Pangonia. 



fergiisoni, Culex (Culicada, Ochlero- 

iafits) ; Musca [Viviparomnsca) 

(see M. convexifrons). 
ferrugatiis, Diachlorus. 
ferruginata, Limosina {Leptocera). 
ferruginea, Aphiochaeta (see A . 

scalaris) ; Esenbeckia ; Palpomyia. 
ferrugineum, Tribolimn (see T. 

castaneum). 
ferrugineus, Laemophloeiis. 
festinus, Laelaps. 
festivus, Stibasoma ; Tabaniis. 
Ficalbia, notice of key to, X. 2.29. 
Ficalbia dofleiui (see Rachionoto- 

myia) . 
Ficalbia {Dixomyia) elegans, Tayl., 

in Queensland, IV. 60. 
Ficalbia {Etorleptioniyia) medio- 

lineata, Theo., at Accra, VI. 16; 

in Nyasaland, X. 62. 
Ficalbia minima, Theo., in Calcutta, 

IX. 124; in Hong Kong, III. 141. 
ficalbii, TJieobaldia (see T. fuinipen- 

nis). 
ftdelis, Culex {Neoculex). 
fidus, Ceratophyllus. 
fiebrigi, Atrichopogon ; Psorophora 

[Janthinosoma) . 
Figites, parasite of flies in Britain, 

VIII. 22. 
Figites consobrinus, Giraud, parasite 

of flies, II. 134. 
Figites scutellaris, Rossi, parasite of 

flies, II. 134. 
fijianus, Tabanus. 
filia, Sarcophaga. 
filibranch ius, Ceratopogon . 
filiformis, Heteromyza (see Thelida 

oculata) . 
filipes, Rachionotomyia {Rachisoura). 
fimbriatus, Ceratophyllus. 
fimetarius, Aphodius. 
Finlaya, a subgenus of Aedes, q.v. 
fisheri, Aedes. 
fitchi, Aedes. 
fixissima, Chrysops. 
flava, Chiromyia ; Dasyhelea ; En- 

proctis ; Haemaphy sails, 
flaveola, Dryomyza. 
flavescens, Pantala. 
flaviceps, Anopheles, 
flaviceps, Macq., Chrysomyia 

{Lucilia, Pycnosoma) (see C. 

megacephala) . 
flaviceps, auct., Chrysomyia (see C. 

bezziana) . 
flavicornis, Cantharis ; Erephopsis. 
flavicosta. Anopheles, 
ftavida, Pachycerina. 
flavidus, Atrichopogon ; Chrysops. 
flavifacies, Wyeomyia. 
ficviformis, Dasyhelea. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Ill 



flavifrons, Aedes [Ciilex, Culicada, 

Ochlerotatus) ; Grabhamia (see 

Aedes theohaldi). 
flavipemiis, Pelecorhynchus. 
flavipes, Atrichopogon ; Calliphora ; 

Culex (see C. pipiens) ; Gastro- 

philus ; Palpotnyia ; Simnlium. 
flavipicta, Dasyhelea. 
flavirostris, Anopheles [Myzomyia) 

(see A. minimus); Culex (see 

Theohaldia morsitaus). 
flavistigtna, Stibasoma. 
flavitaenia, Diachlorus. 
flaviventvis, Ceratopogon ; Nilobezzia 

armata. 
flavopictus, Aedes {Stegomyin). 
flavothorax, Tabanus. 
flavus, Anopheles (Myzomyia) (see 

A. im,maciilatus) ; Armigeres {Chae- 

tomyia, Leicesteria) ; Tabanus; 

Taeniorhynchus {Culex) . 
fierowi, Anopheles pseudopictus (see 

A. hyrcamis fierowi). 
fletcheri, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) (see 

A. lutescens). 
flindersi, Tabanus. 
floridana, Chrysops vittata. 
flovidanus, Culex {Mochlostyrax) ; 

Phanunis. 
floridensis, Psorophora. 
fluctus, Echinophthirius . 
flui, Prosopole'pis. 
fluviatilis, Aides; Johannseniella. 
foedus, Ciniex {Clinocoris). 
foenalis, Iphis. 
foenarius, Acarus. 
folliculorum , Demodex. 
fontinella, Cuterebra. 
forbesi, Simulium. 
forceps, Scutigera. 
Forcipoynyia, in Brazil, I. 65. 
Forcipomyia hiannulata, I. & M., in 

Gold Coast, X. 234. 
Forcipomyia bicolor, Lutz, described 

as new from Brazil, III. 82. 
Forcipomyia bipunctata, L., syno- 
nymy of, X. 141 ; variety of, in 

Palestine, IX. 194. 
Forcipomyia canaliculata, Goetgh., 

in Britain, IX. 195. 
Forcipomvia castanea, I. & M., in 

Gold Coast, X. 234. 
Forcipomyia disticta, Kieff. (see F. 

bipunctata). 
Forcipomyia elegantula, Malloch, 

described as new from Illinois, IV. 

55. 
Forcipomyia erucicida, Knab, de- 
scribed as new, II. 132; attacking 

Erinnyis ello in U.S.A., II. 132. 
Forcipomyia hirsuta, I. & M., in 

Gold Coast, X. 234. 



Forcipomyia incomptifeminibus. I. 
& M., in Gold Coast, X. 234. 

Forcipomyia ingrami. Cart., de- 
scribed as new, VII. 81; in Gold 
Coast, VII. 81, VIII. 12, IX. 25, 
X. 234 ; larvae of, predacious on 
mosquito larvae, VII. 81; 
Elaphropeza predacious on, IX. 
25. 

Forcipomyia inornatipennis, Aust.^ 
in Gold Coast, X. 234. 

Forcipomyia lefanui, Cart., described 
as new, IV. 109 ; referred to 
Lasiohelea, q.v. 

Forcipomyia squamipennis, I. & 
M., in Gold Coast, X. 234. 

Forcipomyia squamitibia, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Forcipomyia squamosa, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Forcipomyia townsendi , Knab, pro- 
bably transmitting uta in Peru, 
IV. 63. 

Forcipomyia utae, Knab, probably 
transmitting uta in Peru, IV. 63. 

Forcipomyia vexans (see Cerato- 
pogon) . 

Formica fusca, L., utilised to destroy 
lice, V. 175. 

formicaria, Spalangia. 

formosa, Chloromyia ; Corizoneura. 

formosaensis. Anopheles. 

formosana, Haematopota. 

formosensis, Aedes. 

fossarum, Gerris. 

fossor, Necrophorus. 

fossum, Amblyomma. 

fowleri, Anopheles (see A. pallidus,. 
Theo.). 

foxi, Pneumonyssus. 

foyi, Bezzia ; Eiikraiohelea. 

fragilis, Anopheles {Stethomyia) (see 
A. aitkeni) ; Culex {Culicioniyia) . 

franciscanus, Anopheles (see A. 
pseudopunctipennis) ; Cerato- 

phyllus ignoius. 

fraseri, Uranotaenia bilineata. 

fratellus, Tabanus (see T. patulus)^ 

f rater cuius, Tabanus. 

fraterna, Serinetha. 

fraternus, Tabanus. 

fraudatrix, Culex {Lophoceratomyia) . 

freer ae, Pyretophorus (see Anopheles 
{Nyssorhynchus) fuliginosus) . 

freetownensis, Culex {Culicioniyia). 

frenchi, Theohaldia {Culex). 

frerei, Sarcophaga. 

Frevana chanayi, Trou., oil turkeys, 
in U.S.A., VI. 14. 

freyi, Aides {Ochlerotatus). 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



frigidus, Chrysops. 

fringillae, Ceratophyllus. 

frischi, Dermestes. 

froggatii, Paraspilomicrus ; Sarco- 

phaga ; Tabanus. 
frontalis, Listrophorus ; Silvius. 
frontalis, Thorns., Sarcophaga (see 

S. miser a), 
frontalis, auct. (see S. tryoni). 
fiiga.x, Chrysops ; Phorhia {Chorto- 

phila). 
fidgens, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) . 
fulgida, Diatomineura. 
ftdiginosum, A llothromhiuni . 
fuliginosus. Anopheles (Nyssorhyn- 

chiis) ; Chrysops ; Lasius ; Melano- 

tabanus ; Silvius. 
fulleri, Culex {Lophocer atomy ia). 
fulmineus, Tabanus. 
fulva, Corizoneura ; Hippobosca ; 

Palpomyia (see P. ferrugima). 
full' aster, Chrysops. 
fulvicapilhis, Tabanus. 
fulviceps, Chrysops. 
fulvicinctus, Tabanus. 
fulvicornis, Tabanus. 
fulvi fascia, Osca {Pangonia). 
fulvimedioides, Tabanus. 
fulvipes, Limosina ; Simulium 

[Prosimulium) . 
fulvipilosus, Tabanus atratiis. 
fulvithorax, Aedes; Culicoides {Jo- 

hannseniella) . 
fulvohirium, Stibasoma. 
fulvohirtus, Silvius. 
fulvoventralis, Stenosterys. 
fulvum, Simulium [Prosimulium). 
fulvus, Aedes [Chrysonoconops) ; 

Ochrops [A tylotus) ; Parasilvius ; 

Pelecorhynchus ; Rhipicephalus 

[Pterygodes) . 
fumipennis, Pseudolfersia ; Theo- 

baldia (CuHcella) . 
fufuomarginatus, Tabanus. 
funebris, Chrysops ; Cuterebra ; Dro- 

sophila. 
funereus, Aedes [Skusea). 
funestus. Anopheles [Myzomyia). 
funicola, Siphunculina [Siphonella). 
funiculus, Psorophora. 
f areata, Scatophaga ; Thyreophora. 
furcatum, Simulium [Prosimulium). 
furcifer, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 
furcosus, Ornithodoriis. 
furiosum, Simulium. 
furonis, Otodectes [Chorioptes) cyno- 

tis ; Sarcoptes scabiei. 
furvus, Tabanus. 
fusca, Cyathomyia [Protomelanoco- 

nion) (see Culex horridiis) ; Dasy- 

helea ; Formica ; Glossina ; Lut- 

zia [Culex) tigripes ; Nilobezzia 



armata ; Olfersia; Tychomyza; 

Uranotaenia (see U. bicolor). 
fuscana, Lutzia. 
fusciapex, Chrysops. 
fuscicauda, Sarcophaga. 
fuscicorn is, Asp ilota ; Sapromyza . 
fusciformis, Dasyhelea. 
fuscimanus, Ceratopogon [Prohelea). 
fuscinervis, Buplex. 
fuscipennis, Chrysops. 
fuscipes, Glossina palpalis ; Pae- 

derus ; Simulium [Prosimulium) ; 

Spalangia ; Wyeomyia [Phoni- 

omyia). 
fuscipes, Ric, Tabanus. 
fuscipes, Tayl., Tabanus (see T. 

taylori) . 
fuscipleuris, Dasyhelea ; Glossina. 
fusciscutellata, Dasyhelea. 
fuscivenosa, Palpomyia. 
fuscocephalus, Culex. 
fuscofasciaius, Tabanus. 
fusconiger , Pelecorhynchus . 
fuscopennatus, Taeniorhynchus 

[C hrysoconops) . 
fuscus, Aedes (see A. cinereus) ; 

Opifex ; Stomoxys ; Thriambeutes. 
fuscus, Tayl., Culex [Citlicelsa) (see 

C. fatigans). 
fuscus, Theo., Culex [Protomelan- 

oconion) (see C. horridus). 
fuscus, Theo., Culex [Trichorhynchus) 

(see C. fragilis). 
fusicornis, Euforcipomyia [Cerato- 
pogon). 



G. 



galeratum, Simulium reptans. 

galilaeus, Tendipes. 

Galleria mellonella, L., reaction of 
larvae of, to micro-organisms, 
II 54, MIL 86, IX. 81, 123, 144, 
154, 177, X. 82, 98, 121, 228. 

gallii, Aedes (see A. pullatus var. 
jugorum) ; Simulium [Prosimu- 
lium) . 

gallinacea, Echidnophaga [Sarcop- 
sylla, Xestopsylla) . 

gallinae, Ceratophyllus ; Cnemi- 
docoptes laevis ; Dermanyssus ; 
Goniocotes. 

gallinarum, Trombicula. 

gallinulae, Cevatophyllus ; Megninia. 

galloisi, Aedes [Stegomyia). 

Gamasus coleopiratorum, L., species 
allied to, infesting house-flies in 
Britain, IV. 146; on rats, I. 103. 

Gamasus ierribUis (see Eurypara- 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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ganibiensis, Paratvicyclea, 

gamma, Savcophaga. 

garei, CevaiopJiyllns. 

gasteracanthoides , Gliptocranium. 

Gasteroph iliis (see Gastroph ilus) . 

gastricus-tnajor, Gastrophiliis (see 
G. intestinalis) . 

Gastrophiliis, in British Isles, VIII. 
149; in Canada, IX. 65; in 
Denmark, IX. 67 ; in Gold Coast, 
V. 45; imported into Dutch E. 
Indies, X. 232 ; in Russia, X. 
218 ; relation of, to swamp fever 
or infectious anaemia of horses, 
V. 123, 185, VI. 44, VII. 28, 

VIII. 8, 191, IX. 129, X. 4; 
toxic effect of, on animals, III. 
139; infesting man, VIII. 150, 

IX. 67, X. 218; remedies for. 
V. 122, 132, 177 ; traps for, IX. 
65 ; notice of key to larvae of, 
IX. 44. 

Gastyopliihts asininns (see G. in- 
testinalis asininus) . 

Gastyophilus bovis, L. (see G. in- 
testinalis) . 

Gastrophiliis clarki, Leach (see G. 
nasalis) . 

Gastrophiliis duodenalis, Schwab (see 
G. nasalis). 

Gastrophiliis equi, CI. (see G. in- 
testinalis). 

Gastrophiliis flavipes, Ol., probably 
occurring in W. Africa, III. 99. 

Gastrophiliis gastricus-major , Schwab 
(see G. intestinalis). 

Gastrophiliis gedoelsti, Rodh. & Beq., 
described as new from zebra in 
E. Africa, IX. 44. 

Gastrophiliis haemorrhoidalis , L., III. 
217, IV. 194; not present in 
S. Africa, VIII. 7; in Canada, 

V. 105, VI. 40, VII. 28, 55; in 
France, X. 201 ; in Morocco, 
IV. 164; in Russia, II. 166; in 
U.S.A., II. 138, III. 85, 149, 

VI. 88, 150, 151, 169, 183, IX. 
17, 203 ; relation of, to swamp 
fever or infectious anaemia of 
horses, V. 27, VI. 152, 169, 209, 

VII. 28; bionomics of. III. 99, 

VI. 88, 151, VII. 55; measures 
against, V. 177, VI. 152, 169, 

VII. 56, X. 201 ; egg of, VII. 134. 
Gastrophiliis inermis, Brauer, in- 
festing rooks in Turkestan, IV. 
24. 

Gastrophiliis intestinalis, DeG., I. 
234; in S. Africa, II. 203, VIII. 
7; in W. Africa, IV. 22; in 
British Isles, VII. 186, IX. 4; 
in Canada, III. 155, IV. 194, 



VII. 28, 55; in Egypt, VI. 239; 
in France, X. 20i ; in Italy, 

III. 152, IX. 46, 176 ; in Morocco, 

IV. 164; in New Zealand, VII. 
180, X. 183; in Russia and 
Astrakhan, II. 166, III. 68, 
217, IX. 115; in U.S.A., III. 
149, VI. 88, 151, 152, 169, 183, 

IX. 17, X. 177; relation of, to 
swamp fever or infectious anaemia 
of horses, V. 27, 122, VI. 169, 
183; infesting dogs, IX. 4; cause 
of toxicity of extract of, X. 88 ; 
bionomics of, V. 162, VI. 151, 

VII. 55, VIII. 7; larval stages 
of, X. 212 ; metabolism of larva 
of, VIII. 205; egg of. III. 144, 
VI. 166, VII. 58, 118, 133; 
measures against, II. 166, IV. 
56, 62, V. 122, 177, VI. 152, VII. 
56, VIII. 36, IX. 176, X. 177, 
201 ; artificially parasitised by 
Nasonia brevicornis, V. 158 ; pos- 
terior stigmata of larva of, II. 
131. 

Gastrophiliis intestinalis asininus, 
Brauer, in Tropical Africa, II, 
91, III. 99, V. 35; in Brazil, 

VI. 129; m Egypt, VI. 239, 

VIII. 7. 

Gastrophilus intestinalis hengalensis, 
Macq., bionomics of, in Mesopo- 
tamia, IX. 102. 

Gastrophilus lativentris, Brauer, 
possibly infesting horses in Ger- 
many, X. 212. 

Gastrophilus magnicornis, Bezzi, de- 
scribed as new from mules in 
Eritrea, IV. 156. 

Gastrophilus nasalis, L., III. 217; 
in S. Africa, VIII. 7, 8; in \V. 
Africa, III. 99, IV. 22; in S. 
America, VI. 238; in Canada, 

IV. 194, V. 105, VI. 40, 189, 

VII. 28, 55; in Germany, \'. 
122; in Mesopotamia, IX.''l02; 
in Morocco, IV. 164; in New 
Zealand, X. 183 ; in Queensland, 

VIII. 73, 74; in U.S.A., III. 
149, V. 58, VI. 88, 151, 169, 183, 

X. 177; bionomics of, Vt. 88, 
151, VII. 28, 55, VIII. 7, IX. 
102 ; oviposition habits of, VI. 
189, VII. 58, 133; measures 
against, V. 122, VII. 56, VIII. 
36, X. 177; larva of, VI. 29; 
G. veterinus considered the correct 
name for, VII. 55. 

Gastrophilus pecorum, ¥., X. 201; 
in zebra in Africa, X. 210 ; in 
S. Africa, VIII. 7 ; in Germany, 

V. 122; in Russia, X. 180; in 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



U.S.A., III. 149; said to be 
absent from U.S.A., VI. 169; 
bionomics of, VIII. 7 ; measures 
against, V. 122 ; larval stages 
of, X. Ill, 210. 

Gastrophiliis pecorum var. zebrae, 
Rodh. & Beq., infesting zebra 
in E. Africa, IX. 44; not con- 
sidered a distinct variety, X. 210. 

Gastrophilns sahttiferiis, Clark (see 
G. nasalis). 

Gastrophiliis temicinctus, Ged., in- 
festing zebra in Africa, VII. 170. 

Gastrophilus veterinus, Clark (see 
G. nasalis). 

Gastroxides ater, Saiind., breeding- 
places of, in India, V. 38, X. 67. 

Gastrus eqiii, CI. (see Gastrophiliis 
intestinalis). 

gazellae, Hypoderma. 

geayi, Amblyomma. 

gedoelsti, Gastrophilus. 

Gedoelstia, hosts of, V. 49. 

Gedoelstia cristata, R. & B., infesting 
haartebeeste in Tropical Africa, 
I. 94, II. 91, III. 99, VII. 116, 
170, IX. 43. 

Gedoelstia hassleri, Ged. (paradoxa, 
R. & B.), described as new, VII. 
116 ; infesting antelopes in Tro- 
pical Africa, III. 146, 198, VII. 
116, 170, IX. 43; G. paradoxa 
considered identical with, III. 146, 
198. 

Gedoelstia paradoxa, R. & B., 
described as new from Belgian 
Congo, III. 146 ; considered iden- 
tical with G. hassleri, IX. 43. 

Gelechia gossypiella (see Platyedva). 

gelidus, Culex [Leucomyia, Theo- 
baldiomyia) . 

gemellus, Paederus. 

geminata, Solenopsis. 

gemma, Amblyom.nia. 

genesareth, Polypedihim. 

genetta, Trichodectes. 

geniculata, Triatoma. 

geniculatus. Aides [F inlay a, Ochlero- 
tatus) . 

gentilis, Myodopsylla. 

genurostris, Harpagomyia. 

geometrica, Uranotaenia. 

Geophilus carpophagiis, Leach, in- 
festing man in France, IV. 102. 

georgia, Erephopsis vidua. 

georgina, Sarcophaga. 

geraldi, Tabanus. 

germanica, Blattella [Blatta, Ectobia, 
Pliyllodromia) ; Vespa. 

gevmanicus, Haematopinus sitis. 

Gerris fossarum, F., trypanosomes 
of Glossina unable to live in, 



VI. 34 ; experimental trans- 
mission of flagellates of, I. 141, 
IV. 103. 

gibbosiis, Ixodes ricinus. 

gibbitla, Erephopsis. 

gibbus, Listrophoriis. 

giblini, Taeniorhynchus [Pseudotaen* 
iorhynchus) . 

gibsoni, Musca. 

giffardi, Dirhinus. 

gigantea, Helomyza.. 

giganteiis, Culex. 

gigantuliis, Silvius. 

gigas. Anopheles; Goniocotes ; My- 
onyssus ; Stenopterina ; Tabanus. 

gilesi, Anopheles (Myzorhynchella) . 

gilvus, Linognathiis. 

giraudi, Coleophora ; Phora. 

giraulti, A ustralencyrtiis ; Lucilia 
(see L. sericata). 

glaber, Tabanus.. 

gladiator, Haemagogus. 

glaphyroptera, Theobaldia [Culiseta). 

glauca, Notonecta. 

glaucopis, Tabamts. 

Gliptocraniiim, gasteracanthoides, 
Nic, poisonous to man in Peru, 
VI. 51. 

gliricolens, Demodex ; Microthroin- 
bidium. 

globosus, Neochrysops. 

Glossina, notices of monographs of, 

IV. 36, X. 189 ; fossil species of, 
VI. 228; plans for investigation 
of, in Africa, IX. 46, 54; biono- 
mics and distribution of, in 
French Equatorial Africa, IV. 
84, VIII. 154, X. 117, 212; 
distribution of, in Belgian Congo, 
HI. 199, IV. 35, 56; not present 
in Eritrea, V. 176 ; distribution 
of, in Gold Coast, II. 48, 94; 
distribution of, in Ivory Coast, 

V. 50 ; distribution of, on Kamer- 
un frontier. III. 104, 200; dis- 
tribution of, in Nigeria, VII. 
182 ; eradication of, in Island of 
Principe, II. 13-15, 121-124, 205; 
notice of list of, in Tanganyika, 

II. 43; not present in Zanzibar, 

III. 48, VI. 123; possibly carry- 
ing Filaria, III. 33; and human 
trypanosomiasis in Tropical 
Africa, I. 26, 31, 37, 38, 42, 45, 
48, 76, 144, 154, 157, 166, 168, 
182, 11. 14, 34, 36, 57, 66, 73, 
74, 87, 119-124, 187, 188, 206, 
HI. 30, 53, 67, 75, 107, 108, 125, 
136-138, 170, 178, IV. 12, 18, 
56, 66, 83, 84, 107, 110, 118, 176, 
V. 14, 20, 32, 40, 45, 83, 86, 95, 
114, 190, VI. 48, 234, VII. 30, 



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64, 141, 159, 194, VIII. 23, 42, 
43, 46, 67, 150, 154, IX. 1, 58, 
69, 89, 93, 134, X. 42, 98, 118, 
155, 188, 234 ; and trypanosomi- 
asis of domestic animals, I. 19, 
21, 36, 41, 76, 126, 127. 138, 168, 

181, 182-184, II. 27, 48, 76. 94, 
119, 151, 155, 164, 171, 185, 202, 

206, III. 6, 18, 29, 30, 67, 70, 

170, 179, 211, 230, IV. 19, 42, 
47, 48, 66, 67, 77. 108, 151, 170, 

171, V. 19-21, 25, 26, 38, 40, 
45, 95, 97, 105, 173, VI. 30, 36, 
68, 122, 133, 167, MI. 9, 30, 
36, 47, 94, 111, 134, 139, 149, 

182, 188, Mil. 23, 57, 70, 80, 
104, 148, 180, 199, IX. 100, 101, 
204, 207, X. 42, 70, 117, 218; 
effect of, on breeds of domestic 
animals, X. 71, 212-214 ; relation 
of, to game, I. 41, 42, 76, 99, 
134, 138, 157, 169, 178. 183, II. 
16, 37, 66, 74, 76, 77, 94, 149, 
150, 186, III. 7, 8, 75, 171, 178, 

IV. 36, 47, 77, 114, 117, V. 26, 
32, 38, 84, 172, 186, VI. 39, 84, 
98, 99, VII. 9, 36, 37, 189, 
VIII. 10, 12, 48, 57. 209, IX. 
39, X. 42, 117, 132; trypano- 
somes transmitted by, IV. 42, 

V. 12, VI. 34, IX. 207, X. 118; 
varying susceptibilit}^ of, to try- 
panosomes, I. 56, V. 46; occur- 
i-ence of trypanosomiasis in aVj- 
sence of, in Africa, III. 6, 48, 91, 

172, 200, IV. 151, V. 11, 12, 35, 
106, 166, 173, 176. VI. 31, 99, 
119, 122, 123, VII. 42, 109. 125, 
131, 137, 158, 159, 189, VIII. 
13, 17, 180, 211, IX. 71, 101, 171, 

207, X. 16, 50, 108, 236; para- 
sites of, I. 20, 93, 121, II. 96, 
IV. 65, 113, 117, VI. 40, 99, VIII. 
206, IX. 205; other natural 
enemies of, II. 31, 104, 117, VI. 
99; associated Avith bats, VI. 
11 ; mode of nutrition of, VII. 
174; migrations of, I. 56, 228; 
attraction of moving objects for, 
VIII. Ill; anatomy of larva of, 

VI. 185; female armature of, 

VII. 132; method of keeping 
in captivity, II. 138; artificial 
breeding of, III. 177 ; measures 
against, II. 15, 34, 122, 140, 205, 
VI. 48, VIII. 170, IX. 1, 12, 97, 
108, 134, 198, X. 117, 212; traps 
for, I. 126, II. 174, IV. 130, IX. 
53 ; trap breeding grounds for, 

VIII. 100; suggested utilisation 
of Melinis minutiflora against, 
169 ; use of arsenical dips against, 

(E200!)) 



III. 219, IV. 46, 171; possible 
repellents for, III. 37; protective 
helmet against, V. 185. 

Gloss ina armatipes, Ckll., a fossil 
species in Colorado, VI. 228. 

Glossina austeni, Newst., in E. 
Africa, I. 168, II. 139 (note). III. 
104, VIII. 211, IX. 93, X. 127; 
in Mozainbique, I. 192; in 
Zululand, IV. 121, IX. 1; pro- 
bably recorded as G. tachinoides, 
VIII. 211; morphology of, I. 34. 

Glossina brandoni, Chubb (see G. 
austeni). 

Glossina brevipalpis, Newst., IV. 
36 ; in Portuguese E. Africa. 

III. 172, VI. 134, IX. 97; in 
Belgian Congo, I. 220, IV. 31, 68, 

VI. 39, 144, VII. 135, 149, VIII. 
42, 43, 76; in Kenva, X. 127; 
in Nyasaland, II. 185, IV. 18, 
29, 113, 171, VI. 37, VII. 47, 
VIII. 70, 206; in N. Rhodesia, 

IV. 117; in S. Rhodesia, VII. 
32; in Tanganyika, II. 139, 

III. 104, VII. 195, IX. 93; in 
Zululand, IX. 1, X. 132; and 
trypanosomiasis, IV. 18, 171, 

VII. 47, VIII. 70; trypanosomes 
carried b}-, II. 185; bionoinics 
of, II. 185, IV. 29. 31, 113, VI. 
144, VII. 136, IX. 97 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 30, VII. 136; effect 
of bush fires on, IX. 97 ; Ansien- 
ina, gen. n., proposed for, IX. 207. 

Glossina caliginea, Aust., in Gold 

Coast, II. 94; in Kamerun, III. 

104; in Nigeria, I. 166, III. 46, 

53, IV. 66, VI. 225. 
Glossina fusca, Wlk., IV. 36; in 

French W. Africa, II. 76, V. 50, 

VIII. 154, X. 117; not found 
near Lake Chad, X. 147 ; in 
Belgian Congo, I. 32, 47, 144, 

IV. 56, VI. 39, 144, VII. 135, 
VIII. 42, 43, 148; in Gold 
Coast, I. 19, II. 94; in Kamerun, 

VII. 30, VIII. 151, X. 113; in 
Kenya, X. 127 ; in Sierra Leone, 
II. 27, IV. 45 ; alleged occurrence 
of, in Tanganyika, VII. 195, 

VIII. 211; in Togoland, III. 
104; in Uganda, II. 32, V. 20, 

VII. 109, VIII. 104; possibly 
transmitting sleeping sickness, 

VIII. 151; and trypanosomiasis, 
VII. 109, VIII. 104; trypano- 
somes transmitted by, IV. 68 ; 
bionomics of, II. 32, IV. 56, 
VI. 144, VII. 135, VIII. 43; 
female armature of, VII. 133 ; 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



key to genital armature of species 
allied to, IX. 119. 

Glossiiia fusca var. congolensis, 
Newst. & Evans, described as 
new from Belgian Congo, IX. 119. 

Glossina fuscipes (see G. palpalis 
fuscipes) . 

Glossina fnscipleuris, Aust., dis- 
tribution of, in Belgian Congo, 
VIII. 76; in Kenya, II. 83 
{fusca in ei-rov) ', genital armature 
of, I. 34. 

Glossina haningtoni, Newst. & 
Evans, described as new froin 
S. Kamerun, X. 125. 

Glossina- longipalpis, Wied., in 
French W. Africa, I. 55, II. 76, 
77, V. 50, VI. 122, X. 117; in 
Gold Coast, I. 19, II. 94, V. 45, 
46, 47; in Nigeria, I. 137; in 
Senegal, III. Ill; in Sierra 
Leone, II. 27, 'IV. 45; in Togo- 
land, III. 104; trypanosomes 
transmitted by, I. 55, II. 77, 
VI. 122; bionomics of, X. 117; 
female armature of, VII. 133; 
the \\'est African representative 
of G. pallidipes, I. 192. 

Glossina longipcnnis, Corti, distribu- 
tion of, I. 232; in Kenya, I. 
21, X. 11, 127; in Somaiiland, 
III. 136; trypanosomes trans- 
mitted by, II. 36, 188; genital 
armature of, I. 34. 

Glossina medicorum, Aust., in French 
W. Africa, I. 192, V. 50, X. 117; 
in Gold Coast, II. 94. 

Glossina morsitans, Westw., in 
French W. Africa, I. 55, II. 76, 77, 
172, III. 30, IV. 21, 84,VIII. 154, 
X. 71, 117, 118, 147, 213; in 
Portuguese E. Africa, I. 26, 178, 
III. 172, VIII. 113, 126, IX. 97; 
in Belgian Congo, I. 31. 36, 220, 

II. 75, III. 137, 186, IV. 30, 
36, 56, 68, VI. 39, 144, VII. 135, 
149, VIII. 42, 43, 76 ; in Gambia, 

III. 1, VIII. 191; in Gold Coast, 

II. 94, V. 45, IX. 100; not found 
in Kamerun, III. 104 ; in Nigeria, 
I. 137; in Nvasaland, II. 34, 
57, 96, 103, 119, 156, 186, 188, 

III. 67, 140, IV. 18, 28-30, 65, 
113-116, V. 2, VI. 7, VIII. 206, 
IX. 175, X. 42; in N. Rhodesia, 
I. 41, 42, 157, 159, II. 74, 95, 

III. 107, 108, 117, IV. 44, 117; 
not found in Barotse reserve, 
N. Rhodesia. III. 6; in S. 
Rhodesia, I. 27, 182-184, II. 
147, 149, 150. 203, III. 7, 211, 

IV. 77, 108, V. 26, 166, VI. 



133, VII. 9, 36, 42, 179, MIL 12,. 
209; in Senegal, I. 55, HI. HI, 

V. 38; in Sudan, I. 127, IL 187, 
IV. 56, X. 234; in Tanganyika, 
I. 76, 1 1. 87, 124, III. 104," IV. 
47, VI I. 194, VIII. 47, 148, 

IX. 93; in Togoland, HI. 104; 
in Uganda, II. 32, 164, III. 
230, V. 19, 21, VII. 109, VIII. 

10, 23 ; and sleeping sickness, 
I. 31, 42, 76, 134, 157, 169, 178, 
183, II. 34, 74, 87, 119, 188, 
III. 107, IV. 18, 107, 118, V, 
83, VII. 194, VIII. 46, 126, X. 
42, 234 ; and trypanosomiasis of 
domestic animals, I. 183, II. 
76, 185, HI. Ill, 211, IV. 19, 
47, 77, 108, 151, V 19, 21, 26, 
106, 172, 186, VI. 36, VIII. 10, 
23, X. 71, 213; trvpanosomes 
transmitted by, I. 32, 37, 55, 
100, 134, 169, 170, 178, 1 1. 11. 
156, 164, 186, 188, HI. 171, 
178, IV. 18, ^ . 38, 83, 106, VI. 
17, 34, VIII. 46-48, 126, 148; 
relation of, to game, I. 41, 42, 
100, 169, 178, 183, H. 66, 74, 
76, 77, 149, 150, 186, HI. 7, 
171, 178, IV. 36, 47, 77. 115, 
117, V. 26, 38, 84, 172, 186, VI. 
39, 84, VII. 9. 36, 42, VIII. 
10-12, X. 42, 117 ; bionomics of, 

I. 42, 170, II. 95, 103, 147, 186, 
HI. 117, IV. 29, 30, 47, 113-116, 

VI. 144. VIII. 12, 209, IX. 97, 

X. 117, 132; parasites of, IL 96, 
HI. 118, 142, iv. 28, 65, 113-116, 
117, 122, V. 2, 157-159, VIII. 
113, 206 ; other natural enemies 
of, II. 104, III. 141, IV. 28, VII. 

11, IX. 175; Nematode found 
in, I. 20; bred in captivity, 
HI. 77, V. 157; female ai-mature 
of, VII. 133; measures against, 

I I. 34. 57, 81, 98, 140, 174, III. 
67, 140, IV. 29, 47, 114, 130, VII. 
9, 36, 179, X 118. 

Glossijia morsitans pallida, Shircore,, 
described as new from Nyasaland, 
I. 132. 

Glossina morsitans paradoxa, Shir- 
core, described as new from 
Nyasaland, I. 132. 

Glossina morsitans siibmorsitans, 
Newst., in Gold Coast, VI. 98, 
99; in Nigeria, I. 138 ; bionomics, 
of, VI. 98; natural enemies of, 

VI. 99; anatomy of, I. 229, 

VII. 133; western representative 
of G. morsitans, 1. 192. 

Glossina nigrofusca, Newst., in 
French W. Africa, I. 192, V. 50,. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



117 



X. 117; in Gold Coast, I. 19, 
II. 94; in Sierra Leone, II. 27. 

"Clossina (Palocsfvus) oligocena, Ckll., 
a fossil species in Colorado, VI. 
228. 

Glossina osboriii, Ckll., a fossil 
species in Colorado, VI. 228. 

Glossina pallicera, Big., in French 
W. Africa, II. 76, V. 50, X. 117; 
in Gold Coast, II. 94; in Kamer- 
un, III. 104, VII. 30, X. 125; 
in Sierra Leone, II. 27. 

Glossina pallidipes, Aust., in Portu- 
guese E. Africa, VI. 134, IX. 97; 
in Belgian Congo, I. 220, VI. 
39, 144. VII 135, 149, VIII. 
42, 43, 76; in Kenya, II. 151, 
X. 11, 127; in S. Rhodesia, 
Vli. 42; in Somaliland, III. 
136, IX. 181; in Italian Somali- 
land, VIl. 189; in Tanganyika, 
II. 139, III. 104, VII. 195, VIII. 
211, IX. 93; in Uganda, II. 
32, ^^ 20, VII. 109 ; in Zululand, 
IV. 121, IX. 1, 198, X. 132; 
and trv^panosomiasis of domestic 
animals, 11. 151, V. 21, VIL 109, 

IX. 181 ; trypanosomes trans- 
mitted by, V. 20 ; bionomics 
of, II. 32, VI. 144, VIL 136, 
189, IX. 97, X. 132; female 
armature of, VII. 133; measures 
against, X. 132. 

Glossina palpalis, R.-D., IV. 46; 
in French W. Africa, I. 37, 45, 

55, 192, II. 170, 172, III. 29, 
IV. 21, 84, V. 50, VI. 122, VIL 
159, VIII. 154, IX. 58, 59, X. 
117, 147; absent from S.-E. 
Africa, I. 76, 100, VIL 194, 
VIII. 126; in Belgian Congo, 

I. 31, 46, 47, 144, 145, 220, 
HI. 137, 187, 199, IV. 36. 43, 

56, 68, V. 190, ^T. 39, 144. 
VII. 80, 86, 125, 149, VIII. 
42, 43, 68, 76, 148. X. 99, 156, 
157; in Gambia, III. 1, VIII. 
191; in Gold Coast, I. 19, II. 
75, IV. 81, V. 45, 46, 47, VI. 
98, IX. 100; in Kamerun, III. 
104, V. 14, 32, VIL 30, VIII. 
150, X. 113, 125; in Kenya, 

X. 127; in Nigeria, I. 137, 138, 
154, 166, HI. 53, IV. 66, 112, 
116, V. 39, VI. 225; extermma- 
tion of, in Island of Principe, 

II. 13-16, 121-124, 205, III. 
125, IV. 48, V. 36, IX. 108; in 
N. Rhodesia, I. 157, II. 73; 
in Senegal, I. 36, 121. III. Ill; 

■ in Sierra Leone, II. 27, HI. 177, 
178, IV. 45, 150; in Sudan, 



I. 126, II. 187, X. 234; in 
Tanganyika, II. 11, III. 104, 

VIII. 2il, IX. 93; in Togoland, 
HI. 104, X. 155; in Uganda, II. 
30-32, HI. 75, 171, 330, ^ . 20, 85, 
VI. 17, 30, VIL 100, VIII. 11, 
23, 99-101, 131-133, X. 98 ; and 
sleeping sickness, I. 31, 37, 38, 
42, 45, 154, 166, H. 14, 73, 123, 
187, 206, HI. 75, 136, 171, 178, 
H'. 56, 84, 110, V. 32, 46, 190, 
VI. 234, VII. 159, VIII. 23, 

42, IX. 58, 59, X. 42, 98, 155, 
157, 234 ; and trypanosomiasis 
of domestic animals. III. 230, 
VI. 30 ; trypanosomes trans- 
mitted by, I. 55, 132, 11. 11, 
IV. 84, V. 39, VI. 17, 34, 122, 

IX. 134, 207 ; experiments with 
rinderpest blood and, VIII. 11; 
specially associated with pigs, I. 

136, II. 16, V. 36. 95; bionomics 
of, I. 20, 11. 30-32, 123, HI. Ill, 
177, 178, VI. 144, VIL 100, 135, 
149, VIII. 68, 99-101, 131-133, 

X. 98. 99, 117 ; sex disparity in, 

I. 227; local races of, I. 192; 
parasites of, I. 20, 93, 121, HI. 
117, VIL 86; other natural 
enemies of, 11. 31, HI. 199; 
attempts to breed under artificial 
conditions. III. 77, V. 157; 
methods of feeding, in captivity, 
HI. 178; ineasures against, I. 

137, II. 15, 122, 140, 205, HI. 
104, IV. 110, VIII. 100, X. 98; 
female armature of, VII. 133. 

Glossina palpalis var. fuscipes, 

Newst., the eastern form of the 

species, I. 192. 
Glossina palpalis wellmani, Aust., 

transmitting Trypanosoma pe- 

caudi in Angola, VIII. 167. 
Glossina schwetzi, Newst. & Evans, 

described as new from Belgian 

Congo, IX. 119. 
Glossina severini, Newst., described 

as new from Belgian Congo, I. 

168. 
Glossina suhmovsitans (see G. niov- 

sitans stihmorsitans). 
Glossina tabaniformis, Westw., in 

French W. Africa, I. 192, X. 117 ; 

in Belgian Congo, VII. 80, VIII. 

43, 68, X. 157; in Gold Coast, 

II. 94; in Kamerun, III. 104; 
key to genital armature of species 
allied to, IX. 119. 

Glossina tachinoides, Westw., in 
French W. Africa, I. 55, 192, 
II. 76, HI. 30, IV. 84, V. 50, 
VI. 122, VIII. 154, X. 117, 147; 



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recorded from Arabia, VI. 228; 
in Gold Coast, I. 19, II. 75, 94, 

V. 45, VI. 17, 98, IX. 100; in 

Kamerun, III. 104; in Nigeria, 

I. 137, 166. III. 46, 53, 54, IV. 
112, V. 39, VI. 225; recorded in 
error from Tanganyika, II. 139 
(note), III. 104, VIII". 211; and 
trypanosomiasis of domestic ani- 
mals, 1. 138 ; trypanosomes trans- 
mitted by, I. 55, III. 4, 46, 54, 

VI. 17. " 99, 122 ; spirochaetes 
found in, III. 54; bionomics 
of, VI. 98, X. 117. 

Gloss ina veterna, Ckll., a fossil 
species in Colorado, VI. 228. 

Glossina ziemanni, Griinb., in Kam- 
erun, III. 104. 

glossinae, Mutilla ; Prolaeliiis ; Syn- 
tomosphyruni. 

glossinophaga, Coelalysia. 

Glyciphagus, attacking man in Swit- 
zerland, III. 226. 

Glyciphagus cadaveriim, Schr. {spin- 
ipes, Koch), VIII. 112; in dead 
bodies, IX. 121 ; in wheat screen- 
ings in Britain, IX. 10. 

Glyciphagus canestrinii, Ann., in 
Britain, IX. 11. 

Glyciphagus cursor, Gervais (see 
G. d.ome sticiis) . 

Glyciphagus dispar, Michael, species 
allied to, on Histvichopsvlla talpae 
in Britain, IX. 196. 

Glyciphagus doniesticus, DeG. {cur- 
sor, Gerv.), in Britain, VIII. 112, 
201, IX. 11; in Norway, IV. 
180; infesting inan, I. 16; in- 
festing rodents, VIII. 112, 201, 
IX. 11; infesting sheep, VII. 
183; in dead bodies, IX. 121; 
methods of fumigation against, 
VI. 61. 

Glyciphagus ornahis, Kram., in skin- 
scrapings from horses in France, 
IX. 11. 

Glyciphagus plumiger, Koch, in 
Britain, IX. 11. 

Glyciphagus spinipes, Koch (see G. 
cadaverum). 

Gnophodeoniyia inornata, Theo. (see 
Culex aikenii) . 

godfreyi, Chiastopsylla. 

Goeldia, notice of key to, IX. 72 ; 
notice of list of .species of, X. 
96. 

Goeldia [Lesticocampa) espini, Mart., 
described as new from Panama, 

II. 130; male of, X. 178. 
Goeldia lineala, Lutz, X. 96. 
Goeldia {Hyloconops) longipalpis. 



Theo., bred from bamboos in 
Brazil, VIII. 26. 

Goeldia paranensis, X. 96, 132. 

goeldii, Amblyomma. 

Gomphus, predacious on Anopheline 
larvae, IX. 142. 

goniinus, Andes. 

Goniocotes abdominalis, Piag. (see G. 
gigas). 

Goniocotes compar, Nitzsch, on pig- 
eons in U.S.A., IV. 13, VI. 14» 
X. 227 ; measures against, X. 
227. 

Goniocotes gallinac, Retz. {hologaster, 
Nitzsch), on fowls in Canada, 

III. 186; on fowls in U.S.A., 

IV. 13, VI. 14, 142. 
Goniocotes gigas, Tasch. {abdomin- 
alis. Piag.), in Australia, II. 21, 
VI.' 74; in France, VIII. 127 J 
in Guam, IV. 191, V. 184; in 
Mauritius, VII. 134; in U.S.A., 
IV. 13, VI. 14, 142, VIII. 13; 
on fowls, II. 21, IV. 13, 191, VI. 
14, 74, 142, VII. 134, VIII. 13, 
127; measures against, VI. 74, 
VIII. 13, 127. 

Goniocotes hologaster, Nitzsch (see 
G. gallinae). 

Goniodes damicornis, Nitzsch, mea- 
sures against, on pigeons in 
U.S.A.. X. 227. 

Goniodes dissimilis, Nitzsch, on 
fowls in U.S.A., IV. 13, VI. U 
{Goniocotes in error), 142. 

Goniodes pavonis, L., on peacocks, 
IV. 13. 

Goniodes stylifer, Nitzsch, in Aus- 
tralia, VIII. 164; in U.S.A., 
VI. 14; on turkeys. II. 44, IV. 
13, VI. 14, VIII. 164. 

gorgasi. Anopheles. 

Gorytes, destroying blow-flies in 
Australia, II. 94, III. 185. 

gossypiella, Platyedra {Gelechia). 

grabhami, Anopheles {Cyclolepp- 
teron). 

Grabhamia broquettH, Theo. (see 
Aedes dorsalis). 

Grabhamia caballa, Theo. (see Aedes 
caballus). 

Grabhamia dorsalis (see Aedes). 

Grabhamia flavifrons, Theo. (see 
Aedes theobaldi). 

Grabhamia jamaicensis (see Psoro- 
phora). 

Grabhamia long i squamosa, Theo. (see 
Aedes caspius). 

Grabhamia pulchripalpis (see Oriho- 
podomyia) . 

Grabhamia subtilis, Ed. & Et. Serg. 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



119 



Grabhamia theobaldi (see Aedes). 
Grabhaniia varinervis (see Psoro- 

phora) . 
Grabhamia willcocksi, Theo. (see 

Aedes caspiiis). 
gracilipes, Siniuliimi. 
gracilis, Bironella ; Haematopota ; 

Palaeopsylla. 
grahami, Aedes (see A. dorsalis) ; 

Culex ; Culicoides ; Haematopota ; 

Ischnopsylliis. 
granaria, Calandra {Calendva). 
granarius, Aphodius. 
grandis, Cephenomyia ; Harmolita 

(Isosoma) ; Leptoconops ; Rogen- 

hofera. 
granulatiis, Ixodes. 
Graphomyia, breeding in manure 

in British Isles, VII. 191. 
Graphomyia americana, R.-D., 

trapped with milk baits in U.S.A., 

IV. 5. 
Graphomyia macnlata, Scop., in 

British Isles, IV. 144, VIII. 22; 

in Canada, III. 155; seasonal 

prevalence of, in U.S.A., VII. 

10. 
grata, Worcesteria (see Toxorhyn- 

chites regins). 
grains, Tabanns. 
gravelyi, Megarhinus [Toxorhyn- 

chites). 
greefji, Cyclopodia. 
gregalis, Coenotele. 
gregarius, Erichs., Tabanns. 
gregarius, Tayl., Tabanns (see T. 

mastersi). 
gregovyi, Kingia. 
grenadensis, Wyeomyia. 
grisea, Sym,phoromyia. 
griseicollis, Simulinm. 
griseicolor, Tabanus. 
griseidorsum, Culicoides. 
grisella, Achroia. 
griseoannulatiis, Tabanus. 
griseohirins, Tabanus. 
griseus, Pseudoculicoides. 
groenlandica, Phormia {Calliphora, 

Protocalliphora) . 
grossulariata, Abraxas, 
grotiusi, Spalangia. 
Grvlliis domesticus, L., in Connecti- 
cut, X. 133. 
Grypocampa affinis,'Nees, parasite of 

Sim.iilium aiireum in Germany, 

IX. 104. 
guadeloupensis, Megarhinus. 
gubernatoris, Aedes {Ochlerofatus, 

Stegomyia) . 
guianensis, Megarhinus guadelou- 
pensis. 
guiarti, Culex. 



guineense, M icrothrombidium ; Tetra- 
morium. 

guineensis, Culicoides. 

gurneyi, Musca {Philaematomyia) 
(see M. inferior). 

guttatus, Culicoides. 

guttifer, Culicoides. 

guttipennis, Ctilicoides. 

guttularis, Culicoides. 

guttulatus. Anopheles (see A. quadri- 
maculatus) . 

Gymnohelea, gen. n., IX. 171. 

Gymnohelea (A trichopogon) lon£;i- 
serra, Kieff.," IX. 171. 

Gymnohelea [A trichopogon) singu- 
laris, Kieff., IX. 171. 

Gynaikothrips uzcli, Zimm., trouble- 
some to man in Algeria, X. 147. 

Gyropus alpinus, Kellogg & Naka- 
yama, described as new from 
vizcacha in Peru, II. 157. 

Gvrostigma {Spathicera), infesting 
'rhinoceros, Til. 144, V. 163, 

Gvrostigma conjungens, End., infest- 
ing African rhinoceros, VII. 117. 

Gyrostigma meruense, Sjost., infest- 
ing African rhinoceros, VII. 117, 
170. 

Gyrostigma pavesii, Cort., infesting 
African rhinoceros, VI. 107, VII. 
117. 

Gyrostigma sumatrensis, Br., infest- 
ing East Indian rhinoceros, VII. 
117. 



H. 



habilis, Tabanus. 

hackeri, Anopheles leucosphyrtts ; 

Tabanus. 
Haemagogus, in Panama Canal Zone, 

VII. 127, IX. 108; in Trinidad, 

II. 25 ; notice of key to, IX. 206, 

X. 229. 
Haemagogus (Cacomyia) albomacu- 

latus, Theo., in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Haemagogus anastasionis, Dyar, 

described as new from Costa Rica, 

X. 55. 
Haemagogus capricornii, Lutz, in 

S. America, IX. 207; in British 

Guiana, V. 58 ; in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Haemagogus chalcospilans, Dyar, 

described as new from Panama, 

IX. 206; bred from salt pools, 

IX. 206. 

Haemagogus discrepans, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from S.W. India, 

X. 198. . . 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Haemagogus eqiiiniis, Theo., H. 
capricornii possibly a synonvm. 
of, IX. 207. 

Haemagogus gladiator, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from tree-holes in 
Panama, IX. 206. 

Haemagogus iridicolor, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Costa Rica, 
IX. 206. 

Haemagogus janthinomys, Dyar, 
described as new from Trinidad, 
IX. 206. 

Haemagogus leticomelas, Lutz, in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Haemagogus (Stegoconops) panarchys, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Ecuador, IX. 206. 

Haemagogus regal is, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Haemagogus spegazzinii, Brethes, a 
synonym of H. capricornii, IX. 
207. 

Haemagogus splenclens, Will., breed- 
ing-places of, in Grenada, V. 53 ; 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

haemaphorus, Tahanus. 

Haemaphysalis, VII. 46; conve^nng 
canine piroplasmosis in E. Africa, 

VIII. 148; on deer in Annam, X. 
171 ; on cattle in New Zealand, 

VI. 115. 

Haemaphysalis aborensis, Warb., 

described as new from Assam, I. 

154. 
Haemaphysalis aciculifer, Warb., 

described as new from antelope 

in Uganda, I. 154. 
Haemaphysalis ausiralis, Neum., in 

Australia, II. 12. 
Haemaphysalis bispinosa, Neum., in 

Ceylon, X. 67 ; in Mesopotamia, 

IX. 146; in New Zealand, VIII. 
206, IX. 69, X. 114, 183; on 
cattle, IX. 69, 146, X. 67; 
bionomics of, X. 183 ; measures 
against, VIII. 206. 

Haemaphysalis bispinosa var. inter- 
media, Warb. & Nutt., in India, 
I. 154, VII. 69; hosts of, I. 154, 

VII. 69, IX. 96. 
Haemaphysalis calcarata, Neum., in 

Italian Somaliland, IV. 70. 

Haemaphysalis chordeilis. Pack, (see 
H. cinnabarina). 

Haemaphysalis cinnabarina, Koch 
{chordeilis, Pack.), hosts of, in 
Canada, IV. 80; in U.S.A., III. 
154, IV. 13 ; causing tick para- 
lysis, IX. 31; on birds. III. 154, 
IV. 13 ; notice of bionomics of, 
IV. 34. 



Haemaphysalis cinnabarina punc- 
tata, C. & F. {expositicius, Koch), 
in Britain, I. 112, IV. 34, X. 14; 
in Canada, IV. 80 ; in Hungary, 
IX. 116; in New Zealand, VII. 
180; in Macedonia, VIII. 194; in 
Russia, V. 39 ; on goats in Smyrna, 

IV. 55 ; transmitting piroplas- 
mosis of cattle, I. 112, IV. 34, 
VIII. 165, X. 14; transmitting 
Piroplasma bovis, V. 71; infesting 
foxes, IX. 96. 

Haemaphysalis concinna, Koch, in 
Hungary, IX. 116 ; in Russia, 

V. 99 ; transmitting Piroplasma 
canis, VIII. 67 ; parasite of, IV. 
34. 

Haemaphysalis concinna kochi, 
Neum., on dogs in Japan, III. 4. 

Haemaphysalis cornigera, Neum., 
var. anomala, Warb., described 
as new from wolf in India, I. 154. 

Haemaphysalis exposiiicius, Koch 
(see H. cinnabarina punctata). 

Haemaphysalis flava, Neum., in 
China and Japan, III. 4; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 146 ; on dogs, 

III. 4, IX. 146. 
Haemaphysalis howleiti, Warb., de- 
scribed as new from horses in 
India, I. 154. 

Haemaphysalis inermis, Bir., on 
horses in Macedonia, VIII. 194; 
infesting foxes, IX. 96; parasite 
of, IV. 34. 

Haemaphysalis inermis var. apo- 
nom-moides, Warb., described as 
new from zebu in India, I. 154. 

Haemaphysalis kinneari, Warb., de- 
scribed as new from tiger in 
India, I. 154. 

Haemaphysalis Icachi, Aud., in E. 
Africa, I. 21; on dogs in S. 
Africa, I. 206, II. 113, V. 4, 5, 20, 

VII. 19, IX. 83; m W. Africa, 

IV. 45, 66, 81, 113, IX. 101; 
in Egypt, IV. 192; on wolf in 
India, I. 154; an introduced 
species in New Zealand, X. 114; 
in Nyasaland, VIII. 33; in 
Somaliland, IV. 70 ; transmitting 
piroplasmosis, I. 206, II- 113, 
III. 5, 20, IV. 34, 64, V. 71, 

VIII. 67, IX. 83, 101, X. 218; 
infesting foxes, IX. 96 ; infesting 
hedgehogs, IV. 81; bionomics 
of, I. 112. 

Haemaphysalis leporispalustris. 

Pack., in Canada, IV. 80; in 
U.S.A., III. 154, V. 80; on 
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ground-inhabiting birds, IV. 80 ; 
parasite of, IV. 34. 

Haeniaphysalis neumanni , Don., on 
dogs in Japan, III. 4. 

HaemapJiysalis otophila, Schultze, 
in Hungary, IX. 116; in Mace- 
donia, Vlli. 194; on horses and 
dogs, VIII. 194, IX. 116. 

Haoyiaphy sails papuana, ThoreH, 
in Queensland, VIII. 73, 74. 

HaemapJiysalis punctata (see H. 
cinnabarina pmtctaia) . 

haemaphysaloides, Rhipicephahis. 

Haeinatobia irritans (see Lyperosia) . 

Haeniatobia sanguisugens, Aust., in 
India, VIII. 31. 

Haeniatobia serrata, R.— D. (see Ly- 
perosia irritans). 

Haematobia stimtilans, Mg., feeding 
onl}^ on blood of horned cattle, 

I. 147. 
haeniatobiae, Spalangia. 
haematodes, Sarcophaga [Ravinia). 
Haemaiopinus aculeatiis, Neum., on 

jerboa in N. Africa, I. 43. 
Haemaiopinus asini, L. {macroce- 
phalus, Burm.), in Australia, I. 
165, III. 17; in Mozambique, 

III. 96; in U.S.A., VI. 44, 169; 
hosts of, I. 165, III. 17, 96, 

IV. 178, VI. 44, 169; measures 
against, IV. 178 ; effect of tem- 
perature on eggs of, VIII. 22. 

Haematopiniis eurystermis, Nitzsch, 
IX. 203; in Australia, I. 165, 
III. 17; in Belgian Congo, V. 
35 ; in British Guiana, V. 5 ; in 
Mozambique, III. 96; in Philip- 
pines, VII. 193; in U.S.A., III. 
149, V. 168, VI. 89, 153, VIII. 9; 
on cattle, I. 165, III. 17, 96, 
149, V. 5, 35, 168; measures 
against, VI. 89, 153. 

Haemaiopinus macrocephaliis, Burm. 
(see H. asini). 

Haemaiopinus microcephalus, Gar- 
nett (see Linognathus pedalis). 

Haemaiopinus minor, Fahrenholz, 
described as new from Eqiius 
hurchelli, IX. 19. 

Haetnaiopinus ovilliis (see Linogna- 
thus) . 

Haemaiopinus pedalis (see Linogna- 
thus). 

Haemaiopinus phacochaeri, End., on 
wart-hog in S. Africa, IV. 120. 

Haemaiopinus {Linognathus) pili- 
ferus, Burm., in Australia, I. 165; 
"in Britain, II. 132; in U.S.A., 
VI. 44, 183; on dogs, I. 165, 

II. 132, III. 4, 96, V. 104, VI. 
44, 183; measures against, III. 



96, 146 ; Linognathus setosus 
confused with, VII. 195. 
Haemaiopinus (Polyplax) spinulo- 
sus, Denny, in Ceylon, V. 150 ; 
in Japan, VII. 87 ; in Philippines, 

VII. 193; on rats and mice, I. 
103, 165, 186, V. 150, VII. 87; 
transmitting Trypanosoma lewisi, 
I. 122, 123. 

Haemaiopinus sienopsis (see Lino- 
gnathus) . 

Haemaiopinvis suis, L. {urius, 
Nitzsch), in Australia, I. 165, 
III. 17, VII. 175, VIII. 52, 74; 
in Belgian Congo, V. 35 ; in 
Germany, III. 227; in British 
Guiana, V, 5 ; in Guam, V. 184 ; 
in Mozambique, III. 96 ; in 
Philippines, VII. 193; in Russia, 
X. 180; in U.S.A., III. 149, 
V. 168, VI. 170, VII. 92, 95, 

VIII. 107, 200, X. 176; not 
transmitting hog cholera, VIII. 
99 ; transmitting disease, VII. 
62, VIII. 52; bionomics of, VIII. 
155, X. 176; measures against, 
VII. 92, 95, 175, VIII. 44, 107, 
200 ; hydrocyanic acid gas 
against. IX. 31, 191, X. 156. 

Haemaiopinus suis subsp. chiuensis, 
Fahrenholz, described as new, 

IX. 19. 

Haemaiopinus suis subsp. gerrnan- 
icus, Fahrenholz, described as 
new from pigs, IX. 19. 

Haemaiopinus [Trichodectes) iuber- 
culaius, Nitzsch, in Australia, 

I. 165, IV. 8; on imported 
buffaloes in Belgian Congo, V. 
35 ; on imported buffaloes in 
British Guiana, V. 5 ; in Guam, 
V. 184 ; on cattle in Mozambique, 
III. 96; on buffaloes in Philip- 
pines, I. 13, VII. 193; on 
dromedary, I. 165; experimen- 
tally transmitting surra, I. 13. 

Haemaiopinus ienuirosiris , Piaget 
(see Linognathus viiuli). 

Haemaiopinus urius, Nitzsch (see 
H. suis). 

Haemaiopinus viiuli (see Linogna- 
thus) . 

Haemaiopota [Chrysozona), key to 
W. African species of. III. 121; 
in Belgian Congo, I. 141; ovi- 
position habits of, in India, VI. 
63 ; bionomics of, in Nyasaland, 
III. 116 ; bionomics of, in Russia, 
III. 196; probably mechanically 
transmitting trypanosomiasis of 
domestic animals, I. 126, 181, 

II. 151, HI. 138, V. 13, 35, 107, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



166, 176, VI. 31, 99, 120, VIII. 
180, 211. 

Haemaiopota ahyssinica. Sure, be- 
lieved to transmit trypanoso- 
miasis in Eritrea, V. 176. 

Haemaiopota (Chrysozona) alhihirta, 
Karsch, in Somaliland, III. 136. 

Haemaiopota allnaudi. Sure, in 
Kenya, X. 16. 

Haemaiopota amevicana, O.S., in 
Canada, VI. 179. 

Haematopoia dngiistifvons. Carter, 
described as new from Belgian 
Congo, III. 121. 

Haematopoia {Chrysozona) argentina, 
Brethes, described as new from 
Argentine, X. 171. 

Haemaiopota beringeri, Aust., de- 
scribed as new, I. 35; in W. 
Africa, I. 35, V. 45. 

Haematopoia bigoti, Gob., var. mon- 
spellensis, Villen., described as 
new from France, IX. 180. 

Haematopoia brunnescens, Ric, in 
Kenya., X. 16. 

Haemaiopota bullaiifrous, Aust., in 
Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Haemaiopota cingalensis, Ric, 
attacking cattle in Ceylon, IV. 
123. 

Haematopoia corsoni, Carter, de- 
scribed as new. III. 121 ; in 
Gold Coast, III. 121, V. 45. 

Haemaiopota crassicornis, Wahlb., 
in Britain, X. 86 ; in Russia, 
IX. 115. 

Haematopoia crassicriis, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from British E. 
Africa, V. 2. 

Haemaiopota cvudelis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from German E. 
Africa, I. 35; early stages of, 
in Nyasaland, III. li6. 

Haemaiopota daveyi, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
1.35. 

Haematopoia decora, Wlk., in Portu- 
guese E. Africa, III. 172; in 
Gold Coast, V. 45 ; early stages 
of, in Nyasaland, III. 116; in 
Zanzibar, III. 50. 

Haemaiopota distincia. Ric, in Por- 
tuguese E. Africa, III. 172. 

Haemaiopota duttoni, Newst., flag- 
ellates in, in Belgian Congo, I. 
120, V. 11. 

Haematopoia edax, Aust., described 
as new from Belgian Congo, II. 84. 

Haematopoia exiguicornuia, Carter, 
described as new from N. Nigeria, 
III. 121. 



Haemaiopota fasciatapex, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
V. 2. 

Haemaiopota formosana, Shiraki, 
described as new from Formosa, 
VIII. 119. 

Haemaiopota gracilis, Aust., in Gold 
Coast, V. 45 ; in Nigeria, IV. 66, 
112. 

Haeynatopota grahami, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from W. Africa, 

I. 35. 

Haematopoia, harpax, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Belgian 
Congo, II. 84. 

Haematopoia hastata, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from W. Africa, 

II. 84. 

Haematobota hiria,'Ric., in Kenya, 
X. 16.' 

Haemaiopota ingluviosa, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Rhodesia, 

II. 84. 

Haematopoia innominaia, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 
VIII. 111. 
Haemaiopota insatiabilis, Aust., ear- 
ly stages of, in Nyasaland, III. 
116. 

j Haemaiopota insidiatrix, Aust., in 

I N. Rhodesia, I. 171. 

[ Haematopoia irrorata, Macq., in 

! Sumatra, VII. 164. 
Haemaiopota italica, Mg., in Britain, 
I. 69; harbouring flagellates in 

, France, V. 11. 

i Haemaiopota javana, Wied., biono- 

j mics of, in India, X. 66. 

I Haematopoia laccssens, Aust., in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, 112; in Sierra 

[ Leone, IV. 45. 

j Haemaiopota [Chrysozona) Iambi, 

j Villen., described as new from 

I France, IX. 180. 

i Haemaiopota lata, Ric, in Sumatra, 

\ VII. 164. 

I Haemaiopota macians, Aust., in 

1 N. Rhodesia, I. 171 ; Bembex 

\ predacious on, in Nyasaland, 

III. 116. 

Haemaiopota maculosifacies , Aust., 
described as new from German 
i E. Africa, II. 84. 
Haematopoia malayensis, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from Malay States, 

IV. 65. 

; Haemaiopota niinusciila, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 
VIII. 111. 
Haematopoia minuscularia, Aust., 
described as new from Palestine, 

I VIII. 111. 



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Haemaiopoia mordens, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Gold Coast, 
V. 2. 

Haematopota iiefanda, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from. Uganda, 
V. 2. 

Haemaiopoia iiigripennis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Uganda, 

II. 84. 

Haemaiopoia obsoleia, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
V. 2. 

Haemaiopoia pallidicornis, Edw., 
described as new froin Nyasaland 
and Rhodesia, V. 2. 

Haemaiopoia periineus, Aust., in 
Nigeria, IV. 68, 112; possibly 
transmitting trypanosomiasis in 
Rhodesia, V. 166. 

Haemaiopoia perturhans, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, V. 2 ; in Belgian 
Congo, V. 2, VIII. 211; trans- 
mitting Trypanosoma cazalhoui 
pigritia, V. 13, 35, VIIT. 211. 

Haem.atopoia pingicicornis. Carter, 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, III. 121. 

Haemaiopoia plnvialis, L., harbour- 
ing flagellates in Germany, V. 
11 ; in Russia, III. 196, IX" 115 ; 
attacking man in Switzerland, 
X. 93 ; a probable carrier of 
Weil's disease, V. 113 ; attacking 
horses, VI. 169; bionomics of, 

III. 196; measures against, III. 
196; anatomy of, I. 80. 

Haemaiopoia piilchella, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
V. 2. 

Haemaiopoia ptmiens, Aust., in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, 113. 

Haemaiopoia rahida, Edw., described 
as new from Nyasaland, V. 2. 

Haemaiopoia rhizophorae , Senior- 
White, described as new from 
Ceylon, IX. 106. 

Haemaiopoia rubeiis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland 
and Rhodesia, I. 35. 

Haemaiopoia sakhalinensis, Shiraki, 
described as new from Formosa, 
VIII. 119. 

Haematopota sciiieUaris, Lw., in 
the Transyaal, III. 121. 

Haematopota sewelli, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 
VIII. 111. 

Haemaiopoia similis, Ric, in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 45 ; in Kenya, X. 16. 

Haemaiopoia stantoni, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from the Malay 
States, IV. 65. 



Haematopota sirigipennis, Karsch, 
in French Equatorial Africa, 

II. 172, X. 147. 
Haemaiopoia theobaldi, Carter, de- 
scribed as new from Transyaal, 
HI. 121. 

Haematopota iorqiiens, Aust., in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Haemaiopoia iransvaalensis, Carter, 

described as new from Transvaal, 

III. 121. 

Haematopota itgandae, Ric, in 

Kenya, X. 16. 
Haematopota tinizonata, Ric, in 

Sumatra, VII. 164. 
Haematopota vandenbrandeni , Rodh. 

& Beq. (MS.), in Belgian Congo, I. 

120, V. 11 ; harbouring flagellates, 

V. 11. 
Haematopota vittaia, Lw., in Nigeria, 

IV. 66, 112. 
haematopotiim , Simulium. 
haematopotus , Culicoides. 
Haemodipsus veniricosus, Denny, on 

rabbit in New South Wales, I. 

165 ; transmitting tularaemia in 

U.S.A., IX. 189. 
Haemogamasus, on rats, I. 229. 
Haemogamasus hirsutus, Berl., hosts 

of, in Britain, I. 103, III. 9, 

IV. 142. 
Haemogamasus horridus, Mich., 

hosts of, in Britain, IV. 142. 
Haemogamasus liberiensis, Hirst, 

described as new from Mus 

trivirgatus in Liberia, IV. 142. 
Haemogamasus nidi, Mich., hosts of, 

in Britain, III. 9, IV. 141. 
Haemogamasus oudemansi. Hirst, 

described as new. III. 9 ; on 

Mas norvegicus in Britain, III. 

9, IV. 142. 
Haemogamasus sanguineus, Ewing 

8c Stoyer, described as new from 

Mils rattus, III. 128. 
Haemolaelaps capensis, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from Georychus 

hotieniotus in Cape Colony, IV. 

142. 
haemorrhoidalis, Airichopogon ; Gas- 

irophilus ; Megarhinus ; Sarco- 

phaga. 
haesidaioris-desideratus, Ceraiophyl- 

lus. 
hagenowi, Tetrastichus [Entedon). 
haitiensis, Megarhinus ; Orniilioc- 

tona. 
halifaxi, Liitzia (Culex). 
halli, Chrisiophersia (see Anopheles 

kochi) . 
Haiti chella edax, \^'trst., described 

as new, l\ . 65 ; parasite of 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Glossiiia morsitans in Nyasaland, 
IV. 65. 

hamiferus, A iricliopogon. 

hamlyni, Caenoprosopon. 

Hammatocerus, confused with Tria- 
tonia in Brazil, VI. 92. 

haningtoni, Gloss ina. 

hannani, Camponotus. 

hargreavesi, Aedes {Ochlcrotalus) cas- 
pius. 

Havmolita [Isosoma) grandis, Rile}', 
Pediculoides veniricosus pre- 
dacious on larvae of, I. 197. 

Harmoliia {Isosoma) tritici, Fitch, 
Pediculoides veniricosus preda- 
cious on larvae of, I. 197. 

Harpaclor {Rhinocoris) albopilosus, 
Sign., trypanosomes in, I. 140. 

Harpaclor {Rhinocoris) hicolor, F., 
in Belgian Congo, I. 141. 

Harpaclor {Rhinocoris) scgmenlarius, 
Germ., in Belgian Congo, I. 141. 

Harpaclor {Rhinocoris) veniislus, 
Stal, in Belgian Congo, I. 141. 

Harpagomyia, in Oriental Region, 
X. 229. 

Harpagomyia genuroslris, Leic, in 
Sumatra, IV. 23. 

Harpagomyia laenioroslris, Theo., 
in E. Africa, VIII. 164. 

harpax, Haeniatopota. 

Harrisonia, gen. n., X. 140. 

Harrisonia uncinala., Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from rodents in 
Ecuador, X. 140. 

harrisonia, Colpocephalum . 

h'dssleri, Gedoelslia. 

haslala, Corizoneura {Dialomineura) ; 
Haemalopola. 

haslalus, Ceratopliyllus. 

halorii, Aedes. 

hear sey ana, Sphyraceph ala . 

hebes, Mesopsylla. 

hehraeum, Amblyomma. 

hebraeus, Polistes. 

hecate, Onlhophagus. 

Hediocoris imilans, Schout., in Bel- 
gian Congo, I. 141. 

heidenreichi, SimuHum. 

Heizinannia, notice of key to, X. 
229. 

Heizmannia cliandi, Edw., described 
as new from S.W. India, X. 198 ; 
breeding in tree-holes, X. 198. 

Heizmannia himalayensis, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from N. India, 
X. 198 ; breeding in tree-holes, 
X. 198. 

Hclcoporpa, subgen. n., VII. 22. 
(See Culex.) 

helicis, Sarcophaga. 

Helicobia ausiralis, Johnst. & Tiegs, 



described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 215 ; bred from meat, 
IX. 215. 

Helicobia quadriselosa (see Sarco- 
phaga). 
Heliconiamvia, gen. n., VIII. 32; 

notice of kev to species of, VIII. 

32. 
heliophilus, Cidicoides. 
Hclomyza giganlea, Mg., infesting 

fungi, I. 109. 
Helom,vza lineata, R.-D., infesting 

fungi, I. 109. 
Hclomyza olens, Mg., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
Helomyza luberivora, R.-D. (see 

H. giganlea). 
Helomyza ustulala, ^.Ig., infesting 

fungi, I. 109. 
Helophilus peiiduliis, L., causing 

myiasis, I. 49. 
heniaplerus, Camus. 
Hemerocampa leiicoslignta. Smith & 

Abbot, urticating spines of, in 

U.S.A., X. 163. 
Hemileuca niaia, Drury, urticating 

spines of, VI. 230. 
Hemileuca nevadensis, Stretch, ur- 
ticating spines of, VI. 230. 
Hemileuca olifiae, Ckll., urticating 

spines of, injuring stock, VI. 230. 
Hemilexomyia, gen. n., IX. 65. 
Hemilexoniyia abrupta, Dodd, de- 
scribed as new, IX. 65 ; parasite 

of blow-flies in Australia, IX. 

65, 156, X. 1, 58; value of, X. 

2, 134. 
Hemimeriis lalpoides, Wlk., on 

Cricelomvs gambianus in Gold - 

Coast, IV. 81. 
hemiplera, Cimex {Clinocovis). 
hendersoni, Aedes Iriseriatus. 
hensemaeon, Culex (see C. fatigans). 
Heplagenia, predacious on larvae of 

Sitmilinni simile in Saskatchewan, 

X. 182. 
Heplaphlebomyia kingi Theo. (see 

Culex argenleopunctatus) . 
hermanni, Chvysops ; Pseiidogameles. 
Hermelia illucens, L., Monedula 

denticornis predacious on, in Br. 

Guiana, VI. 18. 
hermsi, Trichodecles. 
heroni, Tabanus. 
hesperium, A Iricliopogon. 
hclerochaela, Passeromyia {Muscina). 
Heterochrvsops, notice of key to, 

IX. 46." (See Chvysops.) 
helerographus, Lipeurus. 
Heleroniyza filiformis, R.-D. (see 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



125 



Heteronycha, substitution of Och- 
lerotatus for, IX. 87 ; notice of 
key to Canadian species of, IX. 
113; a subgenus of Aedes, q.v. 

Heteropoda venatoria, in Brazil, V. 
28. 

heteropterus, Zygosis. 

heteropiis, Aedes {F inlay a). 

hexactenits, Ischnopsyllus. 

hexagoniis, Ixodes. 

Hexatoma, in Russia, III. 195. 

hexodontus, Aedes. 

heydeni, Anthomyia. 

heymonsi, Sinmliiim. 

hieroglyphicus, Culicoides. 

hilaris, Laelaps ; J'abamis. 

hilli, Culex (Lophoceratomyia) ; Mi- 
meteomyia [Stegomyia) (see Rachi- 
onotomyia filipes) ; Miisca (see 
M. ventrosa) ; Pygiopsylla ; Sil- 
vius ; Uranotaenia (see A edes 
longirostris) . 

himalayensis, Heizmannia . 

himdla, Chrysornyia (see C. alhiceps). 

Hippclates, and Florida sore-eye, 
II. 137. 

Hippobosca, in Salonika, IV. 179 ; 
in Sierra Leone, IV. 150 ; on 
antelope in Uganda, II. 32; 
probably not conveying surra, 
I. 212; transmitting Trypano- 
soma theileri, IX. 207. 

Hippobosca camelina. Leach, in 
Egypt, VI. 239 ; in Eritrea, IV. 
156; in Palestine. IX. 194; 
in Somaliland, III. 136. 

Hippobosca capensis, Olf., on dogs in 
Annam, I. 58; on dogs in 
Egypt, VI. 239; in Palestine, 

IX. 194; in Somaliland, III. 136. 
Hippobosca equina, L., in Canary 

Islands, X. 31 ; in Egypt, VI. 
239; in England, VI. 43; in 
Palestine, II. 100, IX. 194; in 
Philippines, VII. 193 ; in Queens- 
land, V. 10, VIII. 73; infesting 
domestic animals, V. 10, VI. 43, 
239; bionomics of, I. 234, VII. 
174 ; polypneustic lobes of larva 
of, VI. 185. 

Hippobosca fulva, Aust., described 
as new from N. Rhodesia, I. 
29 ; on antelopes in Nyasaland, 
IV. 171. 

Hippobosca hivsuta, Aust., on ante- 
lopes in N. Rhodesia, I. 172. 

Hippobosca maculata, Leach, in 
Portuguese E. Africa, III. 172; 
in S. Africa, V. 11 ; in W. Africa, 
IV. 21, 113, VI. 225, IX. 101, 

X. 113; in Eritrea, IV. 156, V. 
176; in India, IX. 80, X. 143; 



in Philippines, VII. 193; in 
Somaliland, III. 136; possibly 
transmitting trypanosomiasis, V. 
11, 176, IX. 101; on domestic 

animals, IV. 21 ; breeding in 
birds' nests, IX. 80 ; poly- 
pneustic lobes of larva of, VI. 185. 

Hippobosca rufipes, Olf., possibly 
transmitting Trypanosoma theileri 
in S. Africa, V. 11. 

Hippocentruni mitrphyi, Aust., in 
Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Hippocentrum trimaculatum, Nevvst.^ 
in Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Hippocentrum versicolor, Aust., in 
Nigeria, IV. 68, V. 39, VI. 225. 

hippopotamense, Cosmiomma [Hya- 
lomma) . 

hippopotami, Rhinoestrus. 

hippovoriim,, Simitlium. 

hirsiita, Forcipomyia ; Hippobosca ;■ 
Hoploplenra. 

hirsideron, Aedes. 

hirsutiitn, Simulium. 

hirsiitiis, Aedes [Ochlerotatus] ; Hae- 
mogam-asus ; Silvius. 

hirta, Haematopota ; Spalangia. 

hirticornis, Cantharis. 

hirtipennis, Etiforcipomyia. 

hirtipes, Culicoides ; Sarcophaga;- 
Simulium,. 

hirtitibia, Ophyra. 

hirtulus, Tabanus. 

hirtum, Amblyomma. 

hivundinis, Ceratophylliis ; Cimex 
iOecacus) ; Dermanyssiis ; Stenop- 
teryx. 

hispaniola, Anopheles. 

hispida, Mimomyia. 

Hister cadaverinus, Hoffm., preda- 
cious on flies in Britain, VIII. 22 ; 
in dead bodies, IX. 121. 

Hisiiogaster entomophagus. Lab., a 
pest of stored food-stuffs in 
Britain, IX. 10. 

hobartiensis, Tabanus. 

Hodgesia, in Queensland, VI. 227; 
notice of key to, X. 229. 

Hodgesia ampyx, Dyar, described 
as new from Philippines, IX. 51, 

Hodgesia quasisanguinae , Leic, in 
N. Australia, IV. 11; in Papua, 
II. 135, III. 154; described as 
H. triangulata, sp. n., II. 135. 

Hodgesia triangulata, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Papua, 11. 
135 ; a synonym of H. quasi- 
sanguinae, q.v.. 

Hodotermes pretoriensis. Full., inter- 
mediate host of Filaria gallinarum 
in S. Africa and Belgian Congo, 
VIII. 8, IX. 164. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Holcocranmn satuvejae, Kol., in 
nests of Pants pendulinus in 
Russia, IX. 60. 
Holoconops, notice of key to, X. 50. 

Holoconops mediierraneus, Kieff., 
described as new, X. 50 ; attack- 
ing man in Algeria, X. 50, 166. 

Holoconops transvevsalis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Tunis, IX. 
171. 

iiolocychis, Ixodes. 

hologaster, Goniocotes (see G. gallin- 
ae). 

hololeucus, Niptiis. 

holoneus, Culex {Choeropoypa). 

holoptera, Olfersia. 

holosericeum, Tromb idimn. 

Holotaspis, infesting house-flies in 
Britain, IV. 146; attacking Sto- 
nioxys calcitrans, IX. 44. 

Holothyrus coccinella, Gerv., invest- 
ing ducks in Mauritius, VII. 134. 

Holotrichius, not known to attack 
man in Algeria, IV. 139. 

Homalomyia (see Fannia). 

hominis, Dermatobia ; Pediculns 
(error for P. humanus) ; Piilex 
(see P. iyyitans) ; Sarcoples 
scahiei. 

hominivorax, Lucilia (see Cochliom^ 
via macellaria). 

Homoeomma iiigruin, Walck, in 
Brazil, V. 28. ^ 

homoeopas, Culex {Mela^wconion). 

homoeopiis, Aedes terrens. 

homoium, Atrichopogon. 

honkongiensis, Tabanus. 

hookeri, Himterellus. 

Hoplopleura, notice of monograph 
of, X. 11. 

Hoplopleura acanthopus, Bui^m., on 
Pitymys savii in Italy, VIII. 201. 

Hoplopleura enormis, Kellogg & 
Ferris, described as new from 
Arvicanthis dor sails in Zululand, 
IV. 120. 

Hoplopleura hirsuta, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Sigmodon 
hispidus in N. America, IV. 177. 

Hoplopleura intermedia, Kellogg & 
Ferris, described as new, IV. 120 ; 
on Mils concha in S. Africa, IV. 
120, 121. 

Hoplopsyllus, VII. 121. 

Hoplopsvllus anomalus, Baker, and 
plague, IV. 4, VIII. 3. 

horei, Megarhinus. 

horishensis, Aedes. 

Hormopsylla, gen. n., IX. 61. 

horridus, Culex ; Echinophthiriiis ; 
Haemoganiasus. , 



horrifer, Clinocoris (see Cimex 
hemipiera). 

hortator, Aedes. 

hortensis, Edw., Culex (see C. 
apicalis). 

hortensis, Fie, Culex. 

horticola, Culicoides. 

hortona, Calliphora. 

hortorum, Morellia. 

hortulana, Goetgh., Palpoinyia (see 
P. semifumosa). 

hortulana, Mg., Palpoinyia (see P. 
flavipes). 

hortulanus, Bibio. 

howardi, Ixodes pilosus. 

Howardina, a subgenus of Aedes 
iq.v.), IX. 9. 

howletti, Haemaphysalis. 

httberi, Raymondia. 

Hulecoeteoniyia, new species of, in 
Queensland, VI. 74. (See Aedes.) 

humanus, Pediculus. 

humator, Necrophorns. 

humerale, Amblyomma. 

hunieralis, Aedes {Chaetocruiomyia) ; 
Taeniorhynchus [Mansonia] . 

humilis, Culex {Melanoconion) ; 
Dieuches ; Iridornyrntex. 

humilis, Musca. 

Huntercllus hookeri, Howard, a 
parasite of Rhipicephalus san- 
guineus in Brazil, IV. 39. 

hunteri, A nopheles (see A . separatus) ; 
Dermacentor. 

hyaenae, Vermipsylla. 

Hyalomma, on cattle in E. Africa, 

VIII. 148 ; absent from Argentina, 
Brazil and Chile, II. 129; on 
gundi in Tunis, VI. 28 ; notice of 
key to, IX. 44. 

Hyalomma aegvpliuni, L., in E. 
Africa, III. 218; in S. Africa, I. 
84, VII. 19; in W. Africa, IV. 15, 
42, 66, 113, IX. 101; in Arabia, 
III. 128; introduced into Argen- 
tina on camels, II. 129 ; in N. 
x\ustralia, II. 12; in Cevlon, X. 
67; in Egypt, III. 77, IV. 192, 
X. 133 ; in Hungary and Rumania, 

IX. 116; in Libya, IV. 15; 
in Macedonia, VIII. 194; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 146; in Myti- 
lene, VIII. 146 ; probably an 
introduced species in New Zea- 
land, X. 114; in Nyasaland, 
VIII. 33; in Palestine, III. 
128; in Rhodesia, VII. 43, 
VIII. 199; in Russia, II. 98, 
104, X. 102; in Italian Somali- 
land, IV. 70 ; in Somaliland, II. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



127 



9 ; in Smyrna, IV. 55 ; in Tur- 
kestan, V. 98; in West Indies, 

II. 129; transmission of Cyithidia 
hyalommae by, I. 163, 199, 11.45; 
probabl}'- infecting horses with 
Nuttallia equi, IV. 64, X. 102; 
and piroplasmosis, II. 98, 104, IV. 
15, 42, V. 71, VIII. 165, 166, IX. 
101, X. 127, 133 ; hosts of, I. 112, 

III. 4, 11, IV. 55, 192, VII. 19, 

VIII. 146, 194, 199, IX. 146; 
bionomics of, I. 84, 112, VIII. 23, 

IX. 140; development of pads on 
feet of, VIII. 89; regeneration of 
limbs of, VIII. 133; malforma- 
tions in, VIII. 218, X. 147; 
dipping against, I. 84, III. 218, 

VII. 43, 

Hvalotnma aegyptium alhiparmatum, 
Schulze, described as new from 
E. Africa, IX. 45. 

Hvalomma aegyptium dromedarii, 
Neum., imported into Argentina 
on camels from W. Africa, II. 129 ; 
on horses in Turkestan, V. 98. 

Hyalonima aegyptium impressum, 
Koch, on horses in Macedonia, 

VIII. 194. 

Hvalomma aegyptium, mesopo- 
tamium,, Schulze, described as 
new from Mesopotamia, IX. 45. 

Hyalomma depressum,, Schulze, de- 
scribed as new from Spain, Canary 
Islands and N. Africa, IX. 45. 

Hyalomma detritiim, Schulze, de- 
scribed as new from Macedonia 
and Oriental Region, IX. 45. 

Hvalomma detritum albipictum, 
Schulze, described as new from 
China, IX. 45. 

Hyalomma dromedarii, X'eum. (see 
H. aegyptium dromedarii). 

Hyalomma hippopotamensa (see 
Cosmiomma). 

Hyalomma longirostre (see Ambly- 
omma). 

Hyalom,ma monsfrosiim (see Nosom,- 
nia) . 

Hyalomma nitiduni, Schulze, de- 
scribed as new from buffaloes in 
Kamerun, IX. 45. 

Hyalomma planum, Schulze, de- 
scribed as new from E. Africa, 

IX. 45. 

Hyalomma pusillum, Schulze, de- 
scribed as new from Arabia, IX. 
45. 

Hyalomma pusillum alexandrinum, 
Schulze, described as new from 
Egypt, IX. 45. 

Hyalomma scupense, Schulze, on 
horses in Macedonia, VIII. 194. 



Hvalomma syriacum, Koch, on 
domestic animals in Mytilene, 
VIII. 146; on camels in Tur- 
kestan, V. 98. 

Hyalomyia rufiventris, Macq., placed 
in genus Austrophasia, IV. 159. 

hybridus, Aedes {Culicada) (see 
A. queenslandis) ; Armigeres ; 
Pirates; Tabanus. 

Hydaticus, larvae of, predacious on 
mosquito larvae, VI. 39. 

Hydrophilus, predacious on mos- 
quito larvae, VIII. 63. 

Hydrophilus piceiis, L., not experi- 
mentally infected with Lepto- 
m.onas pyrrhocoris, IX. 144. 

Hydrotaea armipes, F., in Britain, 
IV. 108. 

Hydrotaea dentipes, ¥., in Britain, 
'IV. 143, VII. 191, VIII. 22, X. 
87; in Germany, IX. 44; pre- 
dacious on Muscids, I. 149, 150, 

II. 134, VIII. 103, IX. 44; 
bionomics of, I. 149-151, IV. 143 ; 
natural enemies of, I. 109, VII. 
191, VIII. 22; experiments 
against, X. 87 ; larva of, I. 110. 

Hydrotaea irritans. Fall., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
Hydrotaea meteorica, L., in Russia, 

III. 196; attacking cattle in 
U.S.A., IV. 107; causing myiasis 
in man. III. 32. 

Hylemyia nidicola, Aldrich, de- 
scribed as new, VIII. 68 ; referred 
to Camus, q.v. 

hylephilus. Anopheles {Dendropae- 
dium) . 

Hylesia, causing dermatosis in 
French Guiana, \1. 106. 

Hyletasies missouriensis, Ewing, 
infesting man in U.S.A., VIII. 
180. 

Hyloconops longipalpis (see Goeldia). 

hyoscyami, Pegomyia. 

Hyphantria cunea, Drurv, parasite 
of, in Florida, VIII. 187. 

Hyphantria textor, Harr., hyper- 
parasite of, IX. 45. 

Hypoasis hypudaei, Oudm.s., on rats 
in Britain, III. 9. 

hypocindyna, Taeniorhynchus. 

Hypoderma, in British Isles, V. 155, 
'VI. 188, X. 57; in Canada, IV. 
122, IX. 65; in Denmark, VIII. 
82, 83, X. 114; in France, X. 
138; in U.S.A., V. 58, IX. 50, 
X. 68 ; causing rose fever in 
cattle, VIII. 82, 83; percentage 
of hides damaged by, X. 56 ; 
larva of, in the human eye, I. 6, 
VI. 194; bionomics of, V. 155; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



measures against, V. 123, 155, 

VI. 188, IX. 65, X. 68, 109, 138. 

Hypoderma actaeoii, Brauer, larval 
stages of, X. 212. 

Hypoderma bovis, DeG., VI. 7, VII. 
162, X. 231; in S. Africa, II. 182, 
203 ; rare in Brazil, V. 28 ; in 
British Isles, II. 185, III. 19, 22, 
86, 206, VI. 17, VIII. 59, IX. 22, 
115, X. 57, 163; legislation 
against introduction of, into 
Australia, IV. 73; in Canada, I. 
60, II. 56, HI. 109, 155, IV. 194, 
195, V. 105, M. 40, 44, 45, VII. 
28, 194, X. 11 ; in Denmark, IX. 
117; in Egypt, VI. 239; in 
Germany, I. 160, VIII. 135; in 
imported cattle in Dutch E. 
Indies, X. 232; in Italy, III. 152, 
IX. 46; imported into Jamaica 
from I'.S.A., VII. 178; in Russia, 

IX. 115, X. 180 ; in Switzerland, 
VIII. 207; in U.S.A.. II. 56, III. 
85, V. 89, IX. 171, 192, X. 184 ; 
infesting man, IX. 117, X. 162; 
infesting horses. III. 185; biono- 
mics of, I. 160, 234, II. 199, III. 
19, 22, IV. 195, VI. 45, IX. 22. 

X. 163; larva of, VI. 139, IX. 
115, 171, X. Ill, 135, 164, 212; 
egg of, VI. 166 ; measures against, 

I. 160, 218, IF. 90, V. 177, VI. 17, 

VII. 92, VI 1 1. 59, 135, IX. 22. 
192, X. 57, 164, 184. 

Hypoderma corrinae, Crivelli, in- 
festing Gazella dorcas in Sudan, 
VII. 170. 

Hypoderma crossi, Patton, described 
as new, X. 231 ; bionom.ics of, in 
goats in Punjab, X. 223, 231. 

Hypoderma diana, Brauer, hosts of, 
"in British Isles, III. 206, X. 57; 
in Germany, I. 160, X. 212; 
bionomics of, I. 160 ; larval stages 
of, X. 212. 

Hypoderma gazellae, Gedoelst, de- 
scribed as new from Gazella granti 
in E. Africa, VII. 116. 

Hvpoderjua Uiieatuni, Vill., VI. 7, 
VII. 162, X. 231; in S. Africa, 

II. 182 ; not present in W. Africa, 

III. 100; in British Isles, III. 19, 
22, 206, VI. 17, VIII. 59, IX. 22, 
X. 57; in Canada, I. 60, II. 197, 
III. 109, IV. 194, 195, V. 105, VI. 
40, 44, 45, VII. 28, 43, IX. 22, 
X. 11; in Germany, I. 160; im- 
ported into Hawaii, IX. 181 ; in 
U.S.A., II. 56, III. 85, 149, V. 89, 
IX. 171, 18.2, 192, 203, X. 68, 
122, 184 ; occasionally infesting 
man, III. 159 ; attacking horses. 



IX. 203; bionomics of, I. 160, 
II. 199, III. 19, 22, IV. 195, VI. 
45, IX. 22 ; larva of, VI. 139, IX. 
171, X. Ill, 135 ; egg of, VI. 166 ; 

measures against, VI. 17, VIII. 
59, IX. 22, 182, 192, X. 57, 68, 
109, 122, 184. 

hypomacros, Tabanus. 

hypudaei, Hypoasis. 

hyrcanus , Anopheles {MyzorhyncJnts). 

Hystatomyia, gen. n., VIII. 32. 

Hystatoinyia laniellata, B.-\V. & B., 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 59. 
hystera, Uranoiaenia. 
Hystrichopsylla, notice of key to 

species of, IX. 95. 
Hystrichopsylla mammoth, Chapin, 

described as new from Aplodoiitia 

californica in California, IX. 95. 
Hystrichopsylla satunini, Wagner, 

described as new from Hyaena 

vulgaris in Caucasia, IV. 151. 
Hystrichopsylla schefferi, Chapin, 

described as new from Aplodontia 

rufa in U.S.A., VII. 121. 
Hystrichopsylla talpae, Curt., on 

moles and rats in British Isles, 

I. 103, IX. 47, 196. 
Hystrichopsylla tripectinata, Tirab., 

on Pitymys savii in Italy, VIII. 

201. 



ianthina, Diatomineitra. 

iberica, Palaeopsylla. 

icela, Calliphora. 

Ichoronyssus {Liponyssus) isabeh 

linns, Oudms., and tularaemia, 

X. 97. 
icteric us, Tabanus. 
icterodes, Docophorus. 
idahoensis, Aedes. 
identicus, Sabethinus (see 5. aitres- 

cens). 
idoneus, Ceratophyllus. 
idottus, Culex [Choeroporpa). 
igniculus, Pelecorhynchus. 
ignotus, Cacodmus ; Ceratophyllus ; 

Tabanus. 
illotus, Tabanus. 
illiicens, Hermetia. 
imitans, Hediocoris ; Paratricyclea. 
imitator, Culex; Silvius. 
immaculatus. Anopheles; Atricho- 

pogon ; Diachlorus. 
intmisericors, Theo. nee Wlk., 

Toxorhynchites (see Megarhinus 

regius) . 



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129 



impayuiigitis, Palportivia. 
impatiens, Sarcophaga ; Theobaldia 

[Culiseta). 
impellens, Culex. 
imperfectiis, SabetJioides. 
impiger, Aedes [Ochlerotatiis). 
imponeiis, Tabanits. 
importuniis, Tabamts. 
impressum, Hyalonuna aegyptiitm. 
impressus, Culicoides ; Tabanus. 
impuncta, Mydaea. 
impunctatus, Culicoides. 
incerta, Musca. 

incidens, Theobaldia {Culiseta). 
incisor alls, Calliphora (see Chryso- 

fnyia incisuvalis). 
incisuralis, Chrysomyia. 
incisurata, Fannia. 
incornptifeniinibus, Forcipotnyia. 
tnconspicuosa, Dasyhelea ; Eumelano- 

myia (see Culex albiventris). 
inconspicuosus, Culex {Aedes, 
Micyaedes) ; Lasiohelea {Centro- 
rhynchus) . 
increpitus, Aedes. 
incriminator, Culex {Melanoconion) 

(see C peccator). 
incrustatum, Simttliimi. 
indecovabilis, Culex {Choeroporpa, 

Melanoconion). 
indefinitus, Anopheles rossi (see A. 

vagus) ; Tabanus. 
indianus, Tabanus. 
indica, Lucilia {see L. argyricephala) ; 
Musca {Awatia, Philaemalomyia) 
(see M. cingalaisina) ; Schon- 
gastia ; Theobaldia. 
indicum, Simulium. 
indiciis, Aedes; Chaoborus. 
indiensis, Anopheles, 
inducta, Lucilia. 
indus, Chrysops. 
inelegans, Culex. 
inerni icollis, Palpomyia. 
inermis, Gastrophilus ; Haemaphysa- 

lis. 
inexorabile, Simulium. 
infantulus, Culex {Lophoceratomyia) . 
inferior, Musca {Philaematomyia, 

Ptilolepis). 
infestans, Triatoma. 
inflata. Diatom incur a. 
inflextis, Dirhinus. 
inflictits, Culex. 
infoliatus, Culex {Carrollia). 
infiilata, Cuterebra. 
infusca, Pangonia. 
infuscata, Lucilia (see L. caesar and 

Phormia regina) ; Probezzia. 
ingluviosa, Haematopota. 
ingrami, Culex ; Forcipomyia ; Phle- 
botomus. 

(K2009) 



Ingramia {Mimomyia) uniformis, 

Theo., in Nyasaland, X, 62. 
inguinalis, Phthirus {Phthirius) (see 

P. pubis), 
inimitabilis, Culex. 
innominata, Haematopota. 
innotatus, Tabanus {Therioplectes). * 
innuitus, Aedes (see A. alpinus). 
inodorus, Cimex {Acanthia). 
inopina, Neopsylla. 
inornata, Bouvierella ; Chrysops niag- 
nifica ; Corizoneura {Diatomineura, 
Pangonia) ; Gnophodeomyia (see 
Culex aihenii) ; Theobaldia {Culi- 
seta). 
inornatipennis, Culicoides ; Forci- 
pomyia. 
inornatum, Aponomma. 
inornatus, Aedes {Culicada) (see A. 
camptorhynchus) ; Ctenophihalmus; 
Eretniopodites. 
inquinatus, Aedes {Finlaya). 
inquisitor, Culex. 
insatiabilis , Culex : Haematopota. 
insecutor, Tabanus. 
insidiator, Tabanus. 
insidiatrix, Haematopota. 
insidiosus, Triphleps. 
insignis, Culex; Culicoides ; Musca 
{Philaematomyia) (see M. crassi- 
rostris) ; Tabanus. 
insolita, Verallina. 
insuetus, Tabanus. 
insulae-florum,. Anopheles {Stetho- 

niyia) aitkeni. 
insular is, A trichopogon. 
insurgens, Tabanus. 
integella, Rhadinopsylla. 
integrum, Amblyomma. 
intermedia, Doratopsylla ; Haema- 
physalis bispinosa ; Hoplopleura ; 
Trombicula ; Wohlfahrtia. 
intermedius. Anopheles {Arribalzagia, 
Cycloleppteron) ; Ixodes ; Phlebo- 
tomus. 
interruptus, Chrysops {Heterochry- 

sops) ; Oestrus, 
intertropica, Olfersia. 
intestinalis, Gastrophilus. 
intrincatus, Culex {Choeroporpa). 
intrudens, A edes . 
invenustum, Simulium. 
invidiosits, Culex decens. 
ioliota, Aedes. 
iota, Sarcophaga. 

Iphiduhis vepallidus, the proto- 
nymph stage of Laelaps stabularis 
{q.v.), VIII. 221. 
Iphis cubicularis, Berl., the trito- 
nymph stage of Laelaps stabularis 
{q.v.), VIII. 221. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Iphis foenalis, the deuteronymph 
stage of Laelaps stabularis {q.v.), 
VIII. 221. 

iracundus, Taeniorhynchus. 
iyidatus, Sargus. 
iridescens, Culex (Carrollia). 
' irldicolor, Haemagogus. 
iridipennis, Aedes (He(eronycha). 
Jridomyrmex detectus. Smith, pre- 
dacious on Muscids in AustraUa, 

III. 185, VI. 119. 
Jridomyrmex humilis, Mayr, in 

houses in Jamaica, IX. 31 ; 

conveying anthrax in U.S.A., 

VIII. 105. 
iris, Megarhinus. 
irrequieta, Sarcophaga. 
irritans, Aedes {Ochlerotatiis) ; Hydro- 

taea ; Leptus ; Lyperosia {Haema- 

tobia) ; Pulex. 
irrorata, Haematopota. 
isabellimis, Ichoronyssiis [Liponys- 

sus). 
Ischnopsyllus comans, J. & R., 

described as new from bats in 

China, IX. 61. 
IscJinopsylhis emminiis, J. & R., 

described as new from bats in 

Natal, IX. 61. 
Ischnopsylhis grahami, Waterst., 

described as new from bats in S. 

Africa, III. 134. 
Ischnopsyllus hexactemis, Kolen., 

infesting bats in England, IX. 47. 
Ischnopsvllus isonialiis, Waterst., 

described as new from bats in 

S. Africa, III. 134. 
Ischnopsyllus simplex, Roths., in- 
festing bats in England, IX. 47. 
isomalus, Ischnopsyllus. 
Isometrus maculatus, DeG., destroy- 
ing mosquitos in Sierra Leone, 

IV. 163. 

Isosoma (see Harmolita). 

Isostomyia hifoliata (see Culex). 

Isshikia, gen. n., VIII. 119. 

Isshikia {Dichelacera) japonica. Big., 
in Formosa, VIII. 119. 

italicn, Haematopota. 

italiciis, Calliptamiis {Caloptemis). 

Ixodes, IV. 34 ; on snake in S.E. 
Africa, III. 222; on cattle in 
Antigua, VIII. 79; on rats in 
Malta, VI. 43; in Montana, 

V. 80 ; measures against, on 
sheep, V. 122. 

Ixodes auatis, Chilton, hosts of, in 
New Zealand, IV. 55, X. 114. 

Ixodes angiistus, Neum., life-cycle 
of, in Canada, IV. 80. 

Ixodes apt eri cola, Mask., on kiwi in 
New Zealand, X. 114. 



Ixodes apteridis. Mask., on kiwi in 

New Zealand, X. 114. 
Ixodes auriiulus, Neum., hosts of, 

in Canada, IV. 80 ; distribution 

of, IV. 55. 
Ixodes caledonicus, Nutt., hosts of, 

in Britain, IV. 142. 
Ixodes canisuga, Johnst., VIII. 89; 

on foxes, IX. 96 ; bionomics of, 

I. Ill, 112. 

Ixodes columbae (see Argas). 
Ixodes cookei (see /. hexagonus var. 

cookei). 
Ixodes corniger, Kol., in Turkey, 

VI. 13. 
Ixodes coxaefurcatus, Neum. (see /. 

loricatus). 
Ixodes daveyi, Nutt., described as 

new from Uganda, I. 155. 
Ixodes dentatus, Marx, var. spini^ 

palp is, Nutt., described as new 

from Canada, IV. 55 ; hosts of, 

IV. 55. 
Ixodes eichhorni, Nutt., described 

as new from New Guinea, I\\ 55 ; 

on man, IV. 55. 
Ixodes eudyptidis, Mask., on pen- 
guins in New Zealand, IV. 55, X. 

114. 
Ixodes granulatus, Supino, hosts of, 

in India, IV. 55. 
Ixodes hexasonus, Leach, VIII. 89; 

in Britain, III. 24, IV. 142, 194; 

in Canada, IV. 80 ; in Hungary, 

IX. 116; in Switzerland, VII. 

125 ; in U.S.A., II. 102a ; hosts of, 

II. 102a, III. 4, 24, IV. 80, 142, 
194, V. 15, IX. 96, 116; trans- 
mitting Piroplasma spp., V. 71; 
bionomics of, I. Ill, 112. 

Ixodes hexagonus var. cookei. Pack., 
hosts of, in N. America, III. 154, 
IV. 80, VI. 183. 

Ixodes hexagonus dardaiiicus, 
Schulze, on horses in Macedonia, 
VIII. 194. 

Ixodes holocvclus, Xeum., in Aus- 
tralia, I. 26, II. 12, III. 4, V. 24, 
VII. 174. VIII. 73, IX. 140; on 
man, I. 26; other hosts of, I. 26, 

III. 4, V. 24, VII. 174; causing 
paralysis, I. 189, IX. 140. 

Ixodes intermedins, Neum., in New 
Zealand, X. 114. 

Ixodes japonensis, Neum., distribu- 
tion of, IV. 55. 

Ixodes kempi, Nutt., described as 
new from India, I. 155. 

Ixodes kingi, Bishopp, infestiner dogs 
in U.S.A., VI. 183. 

Ixodes loricatus, Xeum., in Argen- 
tina, VI. 188. 



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131 



Ixodes marxi, Banks, in Canada, IV. 

80 ; infesting squirrels and foxes, 

IV. 80, IX. 96. 
Ixodes naiyobieiisis, Nutt., described 

as new from dog in E. Africa, IV. 

55. 
Ixodes nitttalli, Lahille, in Peru, IV. 

55. 
Ixodes oldi, Nutt., described as new 

from Sierra Leone, I. 155. 
Ixodes ovatiis, Neum., attacking 

dogs in Japan, III. 4. 
Ixodes percavatus, Neum., var. 

rothschildi, Nutt. & Warb., on 

puffin in Britain, IV. 142. 
Ixodes pilosHS, Koch, infesting dogs 

in N. Africa, III. 4 ; and paralysis 

in S. Africa, II. 105, IX. 83. 
Ixodes pilosus howavdi, Neura., 

infesting dogs in S. Africa, III. 4. 
Ixodes pratti, Banks, hosts of, in 

Canada, IV. 80, VI. 183. 
Ixodes putiis, Cambr., hosts of, in 

Britain, IV. 142 ; bionomics of, 

I. 111. 

Ixodes rasus, Neum., on dogs in the 
Congo, III. 4; in Kamerun, X. 
113. 

Ixodes reduvins, L. (see I. vicinus). 

Ixodes ricinoides, Nutt., described 
as new from China, I. 155. 

Ixodes {Rhipicephalus) ricinus, L., 
III. 44, VIII. 89; in Annam, I. 
58; in British Isles, III. 24, IV. 
142, VII. 17, VIII. 56, X. 14, 57, 
148; in Canada, IV. 80, VI. 183; 
in France, III. 5, X. 30; in 
Germany, V. 121 ; in Holland, 
VII. 130; in Hungary, IX. 20, 
116; in Macedonia, VIII. 194; m 
New Zealand, VI. 115, VII. 180, 
X. 114 ; and rinderpest in Poland, 
X. 159; in Porto Rico, X. 209; 
in Russia, II. 119, X. 102; in 
Switzerland, VII. 125; in U.S.A., 

II. 102, VI. 169; leishman 
granules found in, I. 33; and 
piroplasmosis, I. 112,205, II. 119, 

III. 5, V. 33, 71, VI. 183, VII. 
125, 130, VIII. 165, IX. 116, X. 
14, 102 ; causing paralysis, I. 189 ; 
and louping-ill of sheep, VII. 17, 
147, VIII. 56; probably not 
transmitting Nuttallia cqiii, VIII. 
45, 194 ; not experimentally trans- 
m.itting Piroplasma caballi and 
P. canis, VIII. 67, 152; hosts of, 
I. 58, II. 102, III. 4, 24, IV. 80, 
142, VI. 115, 169, 183, VIII. 194, 
IX. 20, 96, X. 30, 148, 209; 
bionomics of, V. 121, VII. 17, 
130 ; resistance of, to starvation, 

(K2009) 



III. 226; hides damaged by, X. 
57; measures against, VII. 17; 
Acarus marginatus a synonym of, 
X. 218. 

Ixodes ricinus var. gibbosus, Nutt., 

on goats in Asia Minor, IV. 55. 
Ixodes scapularis, Say, infesting 

dogs in U.S.A., III. 4, VI. 183. 
Ixodes tasmani, Neum., hosts of, in 

Australia, IV. 55. 
Ixodes tenidrostris, Neum., on rats 

in Britain, I. 103, HI. 9. 
Ixodes texanus, Banks, hosts of, in 

Canada, IV. 80. 
Ixodes unicavatus, Neum., on Phala- 

crocorax graculus in Britain, IV. 

142. 
Ixodes {Eschatocephalus) vesper- 

tilionis, Koch, in Britain, IV. 

142; on dogs in Hungary, IX. 

116 ; bionomics of, on bats, IV. 

142, V. 14. 
Ixodes victoriensis, Nutt., described 

as new from Phascoloniys in 

Australia, IV. 55. 
Ixodiphagus caucttrtei, du Buysson, 

parasite of ticks, HI. 44, IV. 34. 
Ixodiphagus texanus, Howard, para- 
site of Haemaphysalis leporis- 

pahistris, IV. 34. 
ixyostactes, Neotabanus. 
iyoensis, Tabaiius. 



J. 

jacksoni, Erephopsis (see Osca 
■maculiventris). 

jacobeae, Tyria. 

jaculns, Mirperus. 

jamaicensis, Cidicoides loughnani ; 
Psorophora {Aedes, Grabhamia, 
Ochlerotatus) . 

jamesi, List., Anopheles (see A. 
fiiliginosits). 

jamesi, Theo., Anopheles {Nysso- 
rhynchus) . 

janthinomys, Haemagogus. 

Janthinosoma, a subgenus of Psoro- 
phora, q.v. 

januarii, Dichelacera. 

japonensis, Ixodes. 

japonica, Isshikia {Dichelacera). 

japonicus, Aedes. 

javana, Haematopota. 

javanicus, Culicoides. 

jejuna, Ochromyia. 

jejunus, Lipenriis. 

jenningsi, Culex ; Siinuliitni. 

jenseni, Culex [LopJioceratomyia). 

jepsoni, Theo., Culex (see C sitiens). 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



jepsoni, Bahr et auct., Citlex (see 

C. anniilirostris). 
jesoensis. Anopheles (see A. hyv- 

canus). 
jeyporensis, Anopheles {Pyretopho- 

rus) . 
Joblotia, percentage of, in Panama 

Canal Zone, VII. 127. 
Joblotia digitata (see Triclioproso- 

pon). 
johannis; Bihio. 
johannseni, Simulium. 
Johannseniella, attacking man in 

Africa, VI. 83; in Florida, II. 78; 

blood-sucking habits of, I. 66. 
Johannseniella fluviatilis, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 

82. 
Johannseniella fiilvithorax (see 

Culicoides). 
Johannsenomyia alhibasis, Malloch, 

described as new from Illinois, 

IV. 55. 
J ohannsenomyia annidicornis, Mal- 
loch, described as new from 

Illinois, VI. 169. 
J ohannsenomyia litoraurea (see 

Sphaeromias) . 
jonesi, Polyplax ; Silvius. 
jonistes, Culex {Choeroporpa). 
jubilator, Culex. 
jucundus, Tabanus. 
judicandus, Culicoides. 
jugormn, Aedes [Culex, OchlerotaHis) 

pidlatus. 
jugraensis, Armigeres. 
JHxtamansoni, T aeniorhynchus . 



K. 

kappa, Sarcophaga. 

karwari, Anopheles [Nyssorhynchits) . 

kasauliensis, Musca (see M. ven- 
trosa). 

hela inosoma, A trichopogon. 

kelloggi, Enderleinellus. 

kellyi, Sarcophaga. 

kempt, Ixodes; Megarhiniis {Toxo- 
rhynchites). 

Kempia ochvosoma, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new from Gold Coast, 
X. 61; breeding-places of, X. 61. 

Kempia pusilla, Kieff., described 
as new from Kamerun, X. 51. 

kerteszi, Leptoconops ; Tabanus 
[Ochrops] . 

Kerteszia, a subgenus of Anopheles 
iq.v.): VII. 23. 

Kerteszia boliviensis, Theo., confused 
with Anopheles lutzi, VII, 25. 



kewensis, Tabanus. 

khazani, Aedes (F inlay a) ; Culex. 

kiefferi, Goetgh., Culicoides (see C. 

stigma) . 
kiefferi, Patton, Culicoides. 
kingi, Culex {Hepiaphlebomyia) (see 

C. argenteopunctatus) ; Ixodes. 
Kingia gregoryi, Ludl., in Philip- 
pines, X. 229 ; Topomyia argyro- 

palpis possibly a synonym of, X. 

229. 
Kingia macnloabdominalis (see 

A edes) . 
kingianus, Citlex. 
kingsleyi, Tabanus. 
kinneari, Haemaphysalis. 
Kirkia, gen. n., II. 91 ; a synonym 

of Kirkioestrus, q.v. 
Kirkioestrus, n. n. for Kirkia, IV. 

22 ; type of ungulate infested by, 

V 50. 
Kirkioestrus [Kirkia) blanchardi, 

Gedoelst, described as new, II. 91 ; 

infesting antelopes in Tropical 

Africa, II. 91, HI. 99, 146, 198, 

VII. 116 ; probably a synonym of 

K. surcoufi, IV. 22. 
Kirkioestrus [Kirkia) minutus, 

Rodh., described as new. III. 146 ; 

in Tropical Africa, III. 146, 198. 

IV. 22. 
Kirkioestrus [Kirkia) surcoufi, 

Gedoelst, infesting antelopes in 

Tropical Africa, II. 91, III. 99, 

IV. 22, VII. 116, 170. 
Kleidotoma, parasite of flies in 

Britain, VIII. 22. 
klossi, Ceratophyllus ; Megarhinus 

[ Toxorhynch ites) . 
knabi, Sarcophaga (see S. froggatti). 
kochi, Aedes [F inlay a) ; Anopheles; 

Haemaphysalis concinna. 
koreicus, Aedes [Finlaya, ■ Ochlero- 

tatus) . 
korogwensis, Stomoxys calcitrans. 
kotoshoensis, Tabanus. 
kribiensis, Atrichopogon ; Ceratopo- 

gon ; Culicoides. 
kuchingensis, A rmigeres. 
kUhniella, Ephesfia. 
kurandae, Corizoneura (see Pseudo- 

tabaniis qiiecnslandi). 



L. 

labeculosus, Aedes (see A. campto- 

rhynchus). 
lacessens, Haematopota. 
Lachnosterna, intermediate host of 

Echinorhynchus gigas, IV. 176. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



133 



lacteinervis, Culicoides. 

lacuuin, Armigeres. 

Laelaps, on rats in Sierra Leone, 

IV. 150. 
Laelaps agilis, Koch, hosts of, in 

Britain, IV. 142 ; on rats in 

U.S.A., VI. 86. 
Laelaps echidninus, Berl., IV. 150; 

on rats in Britain, I. 229, III. 9, 

IV. 142 ; on rats in Ceylon, V. 150 ; 

on rats in Egypt, III. 47 ; on rats 

in Gold Coast, X. 226 ; on rats in 

Malta, VI. 190 ; on mice in Japan, 

VII. 87 ; on rats in U.S.A., I. 186 ; 

carrying bacillus resembling that 

of plague. III. 9; spirochaete 

granules in, I. 33. 
Laelaps festinus, Koch, hosts of, in 

Britain, IV. 142. 
Laelaps hilar is, Koch, hosts of, in 

Britain, IV. 142. 
Laelaps multispinosus, Bks., on 

musk-rat in New Jersey, III. 155. 
Laelaps nuUalli, Hirst, described as 

new. III. 228; on rats in Ceylon, 

III. 228, V. 150. 
Laelaps pachvpits, Koch, hosts of, 

in Britain, "iV. 142. 
Laelaps stabularis (see Etilaelaps). 
Laemophloeus ferrugineus, Steph., 

on hides from India, III. 143. 
laetus, Chrysops. 
laeve, Aponomma. 
laei.'is, Cnemidocoptes [Saycopie^). 
Lagaropsylla, gen. n., IX. 61. 
Lagaropsylla niera, J. & R., described 

as new from bats in Java, IX. 61. 
Lagaropsylla micula, J. & R., 

described as new from bats in 

India, IX. 61. 
Lagaropsylla pittilla, J. & R., 

described as new from bats in 

India, IX. 61. 
lahorensis, Ornithodorus . 
lambens, Sarcophaga. 
lamberti, Aedes (Stegomyia) (see A. 

albopiclus) . 
Iambi, Haematopota (Chrysozona). 
lamellata, Hystatomyia. 
Laminosioptes cysticola, Vizioli, in 

U.S.A., VI. 14; infesting fowls, 

VI. 14, Vn. 150. 
Lamiis megista (see Triatoina). 
langeroni, Culicoides. 
laniger, Miicidus. 
lapponicum, Simiiliiim. 
lapponicus, Tabanus. 
lardaria, Polietes. 
lardarius, Dermestes. 
lavina, Echidnophaga. 
larvarum, Tachina. 
larvipara, Musca. 



Lasiohelea, gen. n., IX. 171; Centro- 

rhynchus a synonym of, X. 209 ; 

blood-sucking habits of, X. 209. 
Lasiohelea {Cenirorhynchus) incon- 

spicuosus, I. & M., in Gold Coast, 

X. 234. 
Lasiohelea [Forcipomyia] lefanui. 

Carter, in Gold Coast, X. 209. 
Lasiohelea [Atrichopogon) pilosipen- 

nis, Kieff. (see L. velox). 
Lasiohelea [Ceraiopogon) stiniulans, 

de Meij., in Sumatra, X. 209; 

attacking man in Sunda Islands, 

II. 162. 
Lasiohelea stylifer, Lutz, in S. 

America, X. 209. 
Lasiohelea {Atrichopogon) velox, 

Winn, {pilosipennis, Kieff.), IX. 

171 ; in Europe, X. 209. 
lasiophthalma, Pyrellia. 
lasiophthalmus, Tabanus. 
Lasioptera eryngii, Vail., parasitised 

by Spalangia fxiscipes, II. 24. 
Lasius fuliginosus, Em., parasitised 

by Spalangia spp., II. 24. 
lassalli, Dyarina. 
lata, Calliphova ; Haematopota ; Osca 

(Erephopsis). 
lateralis, Cule.v, CuUcada (see Aedes 

geniculatus) ; Leptosomatoniyia. 
laternaria, Verallina. 
laticallosus, Tabanus. 
laticinctus, Culex. 

laticrus, Sarcophaga (see S. carnaria) . 
latifrons, Calliphora ; Lucilia (see L. 

sericata) ; Sarcophila {Sarcophaga). 
latifrons, Ferg., Tabanus (see T. 

neolatifrons) . 
latifrons, Zett., Tabanus (see T. 

cordiger) . 
latimanus, Simulium. 
latinode, Monornorium. 
latiparafrons, Musca (see M. gibsoni). 
latipennis, Culicoides. 
latipes, Desmometopa ; Simulium. 
latisetosa, Sarcophaga {Ravinia). 
latisquama, Culex. 
latiuscula, A nacampta. 
lativentris, Gastrophilus. 
lativittatus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) (see 

A. dorsalis, Mg.). 
Latrodectus mactans, F., in Brazil, 

V. 28; habits of, in Peru, VI. 51, 
VIII. 42; toxicity of extracts of, 

VI. 112. 

latum, Colpocephalum. 

latus, Celaenopsis ; Tabanus ; Tricho- 

dectes. 
laurae, Tersesthes {Mycterotypus). 
laurei, Aedes {Ochlerotatus). 
laurenti, Culex. 
lautissima, Pangonia. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



lautus, Tabanus. 

lavaterae, Oxycarenus. 

laverani, Ceratophyllus ; Leiognathus ; 

Tabanus. 
laxifrons, Pyrellia. 
lazarensis, Aedes (see A. communis), 
leachi, Haemaphysalis . 
lectularius, Cimex {Acanthi a), 
lefanui, Lasiohelea [Forcipomyia). 
legevi, Phlebotomiis (see P. pernicio- 

sus). 
leguminosa, Aphis, 
leicesteri, Aedes. 
Leicesteria, a subgenus of Armigeres, 

q.v. 
Leiognathus, on man, I. 229. 
Leiognathus albatus, Bed., on Pity- 

mys savii in Italy, VIII. 201. 
Leiognathus arcuatus, Koch, possibly 

transmitting Trypanosoma vesper- 

tilionis, II. 173.' 
Leiognathus bacoti, Hirst, distribu- 
tion of. III. 47 ; on rats in Egypt, 

I. 229. 

Leiognathus laverani, Berl., and try- 
panosomes of bats in Italy, X. 52. 

Leiognathus morsitans. Hirst (see 
Liponyssus bursa). 

leleani, Tabanus. 

Lemmamyia (Limatus) pseudo- 
rnethysticns, B.-W. &B., described 
as new from Dutch Guiana, VIII. 
59; breeding-places of, VIII. 59. 

lenis, MesopsyUa. 

leonis, Sarcoptes scabiei. 

leontiniae, Limatus. 

Lepidohelea, notice of key to, X. 52. 

Lepidohelea n iloiica , Kieff., described 
as new from Sudan, X. 51. 

Lepidohelea ornatipes, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Kamerun, 
X. 51. 

lepidonotus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 

lepidopus, Ceratopogon. 

Lepidoselaga crassipes, F., attacking 
man in British Guiana, V. 4. 

Lepidoselaga lepidota, Wied., habits 
of, in Brazil, VIII. 25 ; in Jamaica, 

II. 20, V. 131. 

Lepidoselaga paradoxa, Lutz, bio- 
nomics of, in Brazil, VI. 90. 

lepidota, Lepidoselaga. 

Lepidotomyia lineata, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, II. 135 ; a synonym 
of Aedes funereus ornatus, q.v. 

lepidum, Amblyomma. 

Lepisma, Clerada apicicornis be- 
lieved to attack, in Hawaii, V. 
138. 

Lepisma saccharina, L., in Ken- 
tucky, VI. 210 ; measures against, 
VI. 140. 



leporispalustris, Haemaphysalis. 

leprae, Chlorops ; Musca. 

leptina, Ptilopsylla. 

Leptinillus aplodontinae, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Aplodontia 
in N. America, VI. 157. 

Leptinillus validus, Horn, on beavers 
in Alaska, VI. 157. 

Leptinotarsa decemlineata. Say, ex- 
periments with benzene deriva- 
tives and, V. 132. 

Leptinus testaceits, Miill., in Holland, 
X. 164 ; infesting nests of bees 
and small mammals, VI. 157, X. 
164. 

Leptocera, in Montana, III. 62. 

Leptocera ferruginata (see Limosina). 

Leptocera sylvatica (see Limosina). 

Leptocimex {Cimex) boueti, Brumpt, 
in French W. Africa, I. 185, IV. 
21, VI. 159; attacking man, VI. 
159 ; experimentally infected with 
Trypanosoyna cnizi, II. 87; bio- 
nomics of, I. 185, 

Leptoconops, blood-sucking habits 
of, X. 209 ; revision of, IX. 132, 
194; kev to genera allied to, IX. 
171. 

Leptoconops albiventris (see Stylo- 
conops) . 

Leptoconops grandis. Carter, de- 
scribed as new from W. Australia, 
IX. 132. 

Leptoconops kerteszi, Kieff., possibly 
associated with pellagra in Egypt, 
VI. 239; in Palestine, IX. 194. 

Leptoconops kerteszi var. ameri- 
canus, Carter, described as new 
from Utah, IX. 132. 

Leptoconops longicornis, Carter, de- 
scribed as new from W. Australia, 
IX. 132. 

Leptoconops {Tersesthes) mesopo- 
tamiensis, Patton, described as 
new from Mesopotamia, IX. 145; 
bionomics of, IX. 145. 

Leptoconops rhodesiensis, Carter, 
described as new from Rhodesia, 
IX. 132. 

Leptoconops siamensis. Carter, de- 
scribed as new from Siam, IX. 
132. 

Leptoconops spinosipes, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new, VII. 154; a 
synonym of Styloconops albi- 
ventris, q.v. 

Leptocoris trivittatiis, Say, Crithidia 
leptocoridis infesting, V. 18, IX. 48. 

Leptopsylla adelpha, Roths., on 
Mus in Arizona, IV. 33. 

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135 



Duges, in N. Africa, I. 43; in 
S. Africa, III. 134; in Australia, 

III. 206, IV. 181, V. 41, VII. 81, 
187, X. 144; in British Isles, I. 
103, II. 63, 131, IV. 166, IX. 47, 
202; in Egypt, III. 44; in India, 

IX. 211; in Malta, VI. 43, 190; 
in U.S.A., I. 186; and plague in 
man, IV. 4, VIII. 3 ; Herpetomonas 
ctenopsyllae found in. III. 144, 
VII. 145, 160; transmitting 
flagellates to mice, X. 186 ; bio- 
nomics of, II. 63, 131. 

Leptopsylla spectabilis, Roths., on 
stoats in England, IX. 47. 

Leptosomatomyia lateralis, Theo., 
description of, X. 154. 

Leptotrombidium, Trombicula adop- 
ted for, X. 107. 

Leptotrombidium akamushi (see 
Trombidium). 

Leptus akamushi (see Trombidium). 

Leptus americaniis, Hirst, bionomics 
and control of, in U.S.A., X. 116 ; 
mite erroneously recorded as, in 
U.S.A., VI. 147; attacking man, 
I. 197; systematic position of, 

X. 116. 

Leptus {MicrotJirombidium) autum- 
nalis, Shaw, in Britain, IV. 68 ; 
in Egypt, III. 44; in Formosa, 

VII. 182; in France, X. 119; 
attacking goats in Switzerland, 
V. 32; attacking man, III. 44, 

IV. 68, X. 119; Microthrom- 
bidiiim pusillum recorded as, VI. 
146; Trombidium akamushi 
closely related to, VI. 188; 
believed to be the larva of a 
species of Trombicula, VII. 87, 

VIII. 37. 

Leptus irritans, Riley, attacking 
man in U.S.A., I. 197; bionomics 
and control of, in U.S.A., X. 116 ; 
mite erroneously recorded as, in 
U.S.A., VI. 147; svstematic posi- 
tion of, X. 116. 

Leptus {Trombicula) similis. Hirst, 
described as new from fowls in 
U.S.A., IX. 51. 

Leria serrata (see Blepharoptera). 

lesnei, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 

Lesticocampa, percentage of, in 
Panama Canal Zone, VII. 127. 

Lesticocampa espini. Martini, de- 
scribed as new, II. 130; referred 
to Goeldia, q.v. 

Lesticocampa moralesi, D. & K., 
described as new from Guatemala, 
VII. 105. 

Lesticocampa rapax, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 



Lesticocampa trichopis, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, VII. 
105. 

leucarthros, Necremnus. 

leucaspis, Tabanus. 

leucochaetus , Ceratopogon. 

leucomelas, Dichelacera ; Haemago- 
gits. 

Leucomyia, in Australia, II. 93. 

Leucomyia albitarsis, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, II. 135; referred 
to Aedes, q.v. 

Leucomyia annulata, Tayl., Culex 
basicinctus , n.n., proposed for, 
IX. 134; a synonym of Culex 
vicinus, q.v. 

Leucomyia annulirosiris , Tayl. (see 
Culex squamosus). 

Leucomyia australiensis (see Aedes). 

Leucomyia gelidus (see Culex) . 

Leucomyia scapitlaris (see Aedes). 

Leucomyia vicina, Tayl., described 
as new, V. 67 ; referred to Culex, 
q.v. 

leuconotips, Aedes. 

leucopogon, Erephopsis. 

leucoptera, A nisocheleomyia . 

leucopus, Anopheles (see A. fiili- 
ginosus). 

Leucorhinia (Libellula) pectoralis, 
Charp., III. 184. 

leucosphyrus. Anopheles [Myzomyia, 
Neomyzomyia) . 

leucospilus, Chrysops. 

leucosticta, Brachythemis {Cacer- 
gates) . 

leucostictus, Culicoides (see C. gutti- 
fer). 

leucostigma, Hemerocampa: 

leucostoma, Ophyra. 

leucostomus, Tabanus. 

lewinae, Trilocha [Ocinara). 

lewisi. Anopheles (see A. maculi- 
pennis). 

Libellula, predacious on Glossina 
palpalis in Belgian Congo, III. 
199 ; predacious on Haematopota 
in Russia, III. 196. 

Libellula pectoralis (see Leucorhinia). 

Libellula quadrimaculata, L., pre- 
dacious on mosquitos in Russia, 
III. 183. 

liberiensis, Haemogamasus. 

lifuensis, Tabanus. 

limaceum, Eurenetes. 

Limatus, respiration of, II. 107. 

Limatus durhami, Theo., in Grenada, 
V. 53; in British Guiana, X. 33; 
in Trinidad, IV. 69, V. 60; in 
Venezuela, X. 183 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 69, V. 53. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Liniaius leontinae, Brethes, in Ar- 
gentina, IX. 207. 

Limatiis pseudovnethysticus (see Lem- 
■inamyia) . 

limbatinervis, Tahamis (see T. altev- 
natus) . 

limhatum, Simulium. 

limbatus, Trichodectes. 

limbithorax, Osca. 

Limneriuni validum. Cress., parasite 
of Hyphanti'ia textor in America, 
IX. 45. 

limnophila, Stilobezzia. 

limnophilus, Paederus. 

Lirnnophova semiargentata, Villen., 
described as new from Ruwenzori, 
IV. 125. 

Limnophora septeynnotata, Zett., hi- 
bernating in houses in Britain, 
III. 89, IV. 87, 102, 121, VII. 71. 

Limosina, breeding-places of, in 
U.S.A., VI. 116. 

Limosma (Leptocera) fevriiginaia, 
Stenh., trapped with ammonium 
carbonate, V. 45. 

Limosina fulvipes, Mg., breeding 
in cess-pools in France, X. 30. 

Limosina m,inutissima, Zett., breed- 
ing in cess-pools in France, X. 30. 

Limosina (Leptocera) sylvatica, Mg., 
breeding in manure in British 
Isles, VTI. 191; in U.S.A., IV. 
107. 

limosus, Rhodniiis. 

Limothrips cerealium, Hal., found 
on the skin of horses, VIII. 5. 

lindesayi, Anopheles. 

lindfieldi, Trichodectes. 

linealis, Aedes {Pseudohowardina) 
(see A . lineatopennis) ; Taenio- 
rhynchus {Culex, CiiUcelsa). 

lineata, Goeldia ; Helomyza ; Lepi- 
dotomyia (see Aedes funereus var. 
ornatus) ; Musca {Philaematom- 
via, Pristirhynchomyia) ; Pseudo- 
howardina (see Culex pulchri- 
thorax) . 

lineatithorax, Corizoneura {Diato- 
inineura) . 

lineatopennis, Aedes {Banksinella). 

lineatum, Hypoderma ; Simuliiun 
(see 5. ntacHlaiiim). 

lineatus, Culicoides ; Tabanus. 

lineola, Tabanus. 
lineolata, Cremastogaster. 

lineolatus, Calocoris. 

Linognathoides faurei, Bedford, de- 
scribed as new from Geosciunis 
capensis in S. Africa, VIII. 204. 
Linognathus angulatus, Big., on 
Cephalophus natalensis in S. 
Africa, IV. 120. 



Linognathus coassus, Fahr., de- 
scribed as new from Coassus, IX. 
19. 

Linognathus fahrenholzi, Paine, on 
Cervicapra falvorufula in S. Africa, 
IV. 121. 

Linognathus gilvus, Fahr., described 
as new from Cephalophus, IX. 19. 

Linognathus [Haeniatopinus) ovilliis, 
Neum., on sheep in Australia 
and New Zealand, I. 165, IV. Ill ; 
in U.S.A., IX. 110. 

Linognathus pedalis, Osb., in Ar- 
gentina, VIII. 200; in New 
Zealand, IV. Ill, VII. 179; in 
U.S.A., IX. no, X. 199; on 
sheep, IX. 110 ; bionomics and 
control of, VIII. 200. 

Linognathus piliferus (see Haeniato- 
pinus). 

Linognathus setosus, Olf., on white 
fox in Alaska, VII. 195; derris 
used against, in U.S.A., X. 122. 

Linognathus {Haeniatopinus) sten- 
opsis, Burm., in England, X. 183 ; 
measures against, in California, 
X. 170 ; on goats in Mozambique, 
III. 96 ; intercepted in quaran- 
tine in New Zealand, X. 183 ; 
in Philippines, VII. 193; new 
Rickettsia in, IX. 148. 

Linognathus {Haeniatopinus) vituli, 
L., in Australia, I. 165, HI. 17 ; 
in Mozambique, III. 96: in 
U.S.A., V. 168, VI. 89, 153, Vlll. 
9, X. 122; on cattle, I. 165, 

III. 17, 96, V. 168; measures 
against, VI. 89, 153, X. 122; 
Solenopotes capillatus not a sy- 
nonym of, IX. 203. 

Lipeurus anseris, Gurlt., on geese, 

IV. 13. 

Lipeurus baculus, Nitzsch, in U.S.A., 
IV. 13, VI. 14, X. 227; on 
pigeons, IV. 13, VI. 14. X. 227; 
Rickettsia found in, X. 229; 
measures against, X. 227. 

Lipeurus caponis, L. {variabilis, 
Nitzsch), in Australia, VIII. 164; 
in Canada, III. 186; in Russia, 
X. 180; in U.S.A., VI. 14, 142; 
on fowls, III. 186, IV. 13, VI. 14, 
142, VIII. 164, X. 180. 

Lipeurus heterographus, Nitzsch, in 
Belgian Congo, IX. 164; in 
U.S.A., VI. 14, 142; on fowls, 
IV. 13, VI. 14, 142, VIII. 13, 
127, 164, IX. 164; measures 
against, VIII. 13, 127. 

Lipeurus jejunns, Nitzsch, on geese, 
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137 



Lipeiiriis polvtrapezius, Nitzsch, on 
turkeys, IV. 13. 

Lipeurus squalidiis, Nitzsch, on 
geese and ducks, II. 44, IV. 13. 

Lipeurus temporalis, Nitzsch, pecu- 
liar to ducks in U.S.A., VI. 14. 

Lipeurus variabilis, Nitzsch (see L. 
caponis). 

Liponyssoides, on rats, I. 229. 

Liponyssus, on rats, I. 229; notice 
of key to, X. 96. 

Liponyssus aetkiopicus. Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from elephant 
shrew in Nyasaland, X. 96. 

Liponyssus arabicus, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from lizards in 
Arabia, IX. 196. 

Liponyssus berlesei. Hirst, described 
as new, IX. 196; L. conjucianus 
n.n. proposed for, X. 96. 

Liponyssus bennudaensis, Ewing, 
described as new from a wood rat 
in Bermuda, IX. 51. 

Liponysstcs bursa, Berl., distribution 
of, "hi. 140 ; in Australia, IV. 
159; in U.S.A., VIII. 75; pro- 
bably transmitting spirochaetosis 
to fowls, III. 140; measures 
against, on fowls, IV. 159, VIII. 
75 ; described as Leiognathus 
morsitans, sp. n., III. 140. 

Liponyssus chiropteralis, Hirst, n.n., 
hosts and distribution of, X. 96. 

Liponyssus confucianus. Hirst, new 
name for L. berlesei. Hirst, X. 
96 ; infesting Myospalax scamiis 
in N. China, IX. 196. 

Liponyssus crosbyi, Ewing & Stover, 
described as new from Vesper 
suhulatus. III. 128. 

Liponyssus isabellinus (see Ichoro- 
nyssus) . 

Liponyssus lobatus, Kol., causing 
pruritus in man, II. 200. 

Liponyssus niadagascariensis, Hirst, 
described as new from lemur in 
Madagascar, X. 96. 

Liponyssus nyassae. Hirst, described 
as new from elephant shrew in 
Nyasaland, X. 96. 

Liponyssus sauraruni, Oudms., 
transmitting blood parasites in 
lizards in Spain, VIII. 208, IX. 
45. 

Liponyssus sciurinus, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from squirrels 
in France, X. 96. 

Liponyssus setiger, Ewing, described 
as new from shrew in Wisconsin, 
IX. 51. 

Liponyssus spiniger, Ewing, de- 



scribed as new from musk rat, 

III. 128. 
Liponyssus sternalis, Ewing & Sto- 
ver, described as new from bats 

in Salonika, X. 96. 
Liponyssus sylviarum, C. & F., 

measures against, on sparrows 

and poultry in U.S.A., VIII. 

166, IX. 50, 109. 
Lipoptena, on man and deer in 

Brazil, II. 53; pupiparous habits 

of, VII. 174. 
Lipoptena caprina, Aust., described 

as new, IX. 194 ; in India, X. 143; 

on goats in Palestine, IX. 194, 

X. 143. 
Lipoptena cervi, L., infesting red 

deer in Germany, VII. 59. 
Lipoptena traguli, Ferris & Cole, 

described as new from Tragulus 

in Far East, X. 175. 
Lispa, predacious on mosquito lar- 
vae, IX. 42, X. 57. 
Lispa armipes. Beck., predacious 

on mosquitos in W. Africa, X. 

226. 
Lispa sinensis, Schiner, predacious 

on mosquitos in China, X. 226. 
listoni. Anopheles (Myzomyia). 
Listrophorus argentinus. Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from rodents in 

Argentina, IX. 196. 
Listrophorus frontalis, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from rodents in 

Argentina, IX. 196. 
Listrophorus gibbus, Pasquest, on 

rabbits in U.S.A., IV. 96. 
Listropsylla agrippinae, Roths., on 

Mus rattus in S. Africa, III. 134. 
litoralis, Paederus. 
litoraurea, Monohelea; Sphaeromias 

[J ohannsenomyia) . 
littoralis, Silpha. 
lituratuni, Trinoton. 
lituripennis, Cletoniorpha {Cletus). 
liventipes, Tabanus. 
lividicolor, Lynchia. 
lloydi. Villa, 
lobatus, Liponyssus. 
locuples, Amphipsylla contigua ; 

Sabethes. 
locustart'.m, Trombidium (see Eu- 

thrombidium trigonum). 
Loemopsylla cheopis (see Xeno- 

psylla). 
loewi, Chrysops. 
loewianus, Ochrops. 
Lonchaea nigrimana, Mg., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
Lonchaea vaginalis. Fall., in Britain, 

IV. 144, VII. 191. 
londiniensis, Ceratophylliis. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



longiareolaia, Theobaldia [AUotheo- 
baldia). 

longicephalum, Menopon. 

longiceps, Pedicinus. 

longicornis, Chrysops ; Leptoconops ; 
Passeromyia ; Prenolepis ; Spani- 
opsis. 

longior, Demodex ; Tyroglvphns. 

longipalpis, Arniigeres {Leicesteria) ; 
Glossina : Goeldia {Hyloconops) ; 
Lyperosia (see L. miniita) ; Phle- 
botomus. 

longipennis, Glossina. 

longipes, Bibio ; Sabethes. 

longirostre, A mbly omnia (Hya- 
lomma) . 

longirostris, Aedes [Skusea) ; Cori- 
zoneura {Pangonia) ; Phonioniyia. 

longiserra, Gymnohelea [Atrichopo- 
gon). 

longispiniis, Megarthroglossits. 

longisquamosus, Aedes [Grabhamia, 
Ochlerotatus) (see A. caspiits). 

Lophoceraiomyia, new species of, 
in Australia, IV. 183, VJ. 74, 
227, VII. 176; a subgenus of 
Culex iq.v.), V. 53. 

Lophoscelomyia asiatica (see Ano- 
pheles) . 

loricatus, Eugamasiis ; Ixodes. 

loughnani, Culicoides. 

lowi, Uranotaenia. 

loxodontis, Cobboldia. 

lucidulns, Tabanits. 

luciensis, Aedes (Stegomyia) (see 
A. argenteus liicisnsis). 

Lucilia, I. 36, IV. 51, VI. 112, 
VII. 40 ; C ystotrypanosoma in- 
testinale in, in W. Africa, X. 99 ; 
synonymy of N. American species 
of, V."41; in Australia, IX. 155, 
X. 1, 2, 168 ; in Egypt, IV. 142, 
VI. 100, 239; in India, VI. 63; 
in Korea, X. 206; infesting 
man, III. 43, X. 168; ingesting 
cysts of Entamoeba histolytica, 
V. 117 ; possible relation of, to 
protozoa in plants, X. 145 ; 
infesting rodents, VIII. 24 ; bio- 
nomics of, II. 89, VI. 63; hi- 
bernation of, X. 135, 206; para- 
sites of, V. 158, VI. 158, X. 1, 2; 
measures against, IV. 142, VI. 
100, IX. 191 ; characters dis- 
tinguishing Cryptoliicilia from, 
X. 181. 

Lucilia angustifrons (see L. caesar). 

Lucilia argvricephala, Macq., in 
Tropical Africa, III. 98, V. 35; 
in India, IX. 208, X. 17, 73; 
causing myiasis. III. 98, IV. 
21, V. 35, IX. 53, X. 17, 73; 



Herpetomonas spp. in, IX. 208; 

synonymy of, X. 154. 
Lucilia australis, Town, (see L. 

caesar). 
Lucilia ballavdi, Patton, described 

as new from S. India, X. 74; 

bionomics of, X. 74 ; probably a 

synonym of L. metilia, X. 154. 
Lticilia barberi, Town, (see L. 

sericata). 
Lucilia caesar, L., in Australia, 

III. 14; in British Isles, III. 
175, IV. 143, 167, 169, VIII. 
22, 218, X. 87; in Canada, III. 
155; in France, II. 134, X. 176; 
in GallipoU, IV. 92, VI. 26; in 
Germany, IX. 142 ; in Korea, 
VII. 142, X. 206; in Manchuria, 
X. 45; in Poland, VIII. 119; 
in Russia, I. 150; in Salonika, 

IV. 179; in Sicily, III. 152; m 
U.S.A., III. 62, 159, 161, IV. 2, 
5, V. 92, 125, 128, 145, VI. 103, 
116, 169, VII. 10, VIII. 204, IX. 
71, 173, 194, X. 26, 110 ; trans- 
mitting anthrax, X. 26 ; and 
dissemination of disease, I. 117, 

II. 19, 111, IV. 46, IX. 71, 173; 
larvae of, associated with limber- 
neck in poultry, VIII. 204, X. 
110; causing myiasis in man, 

III. 32, 152, 159, 161, VI. 194; 
infesting birds, IX. 142 ; infesting 
meat factories, V. 92 ; infesting 
sheep, III. 14; in dead bodies^ 
IX. 121; bionomics of. III. 161, 

IV. 143, V. 128, VII. 10, X. 206 ; 
stimuli to oviposition of, IX. 139 ; 
dispersion of, by flight, IX. 194; 
sense reactions of, VII. 56; 
natural enemies of, I. 150, IV. 
2, VIII. 22, 218; measures 
against, IV. 5, 167, 169, V. 92, 
VI. 116, X. 87, 176; posterior 
stigmata of larva of, II. 131 ; 
synonymy of, V. 41. 

Lucilia craggi, Patton, described 
as new, X. 73 ; a synonym of 
L. inducta [q.v.), X. 154. 

Lucilia dispar, Dufour (see Phormia 
cosrulea, R.-D.). 

Lucilia dux, Esch. (see Chrysoniyia 
megacephala) . 

Lticilia flaviceps, Macq. (see Chry- 
soniyia megacephala). 

Lucilia giraulti. Town, (see L. 
sericata) . 

Lucilia hominivorax, Coq. (see Coch- 
liomyia macellaria) . 

Lucilia indica, R.-D. (see L. argy- 
ricephala) . 

Lucilia inducta, Wlk. (craggi, Pat- 



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139 



ton), in India, IX. 208, X. 73; 

Herpetomonas spp. in, IX. 208; 
bionomics of, X. 73 ; described 
as L. cyaggi, sp. n., X. 73; 
synonymy of, X. 154. 
Lticilia infiiscata, Town., referred 
to L. caesar and Phormia regina, 

V. 41. 

Lucilia latifrons, Schin. (see L. 

sericata) . 
Lucilia macellaria (see Cochliomyia) . 
Lucilia met Hi a, Wlk., L. ballardi 

probably a synonym of, X. 154. 
Lucilia morilli, Town, (see Pseudo- 

pyrellia cornicina). 
Lucilia nigripalpis, Town, (see L. 

sylvarimi) . 
Lucilia nobilis, Mg. (see L. sericata). 
Lucilia oculata. Town, (female) 

(see L. pilata) ; (male) (see L. 

caesar). 
Lucilia phellia, W\k. (see L. pul- 

chra). 
Lucilia pilaii. Hough, synonymy 

of, V. 41. 
Lucilia pulchra. Wied., bionomics 

of, in India, X. 74; synonymy of, 

X. 154. 
Lucilia purpurea, Town, (see L. 

caesar) . 
Lucilia ruficornis, Macq. (see L. 

pulchra). 
Lucilia serenissima, F. (see L. 

argyricephala) . 
Lucilia sericata, Mg. {latifrons, 

Schin., nobilis, Mg.), in Australia, 

I. 225, II. 85, III. 14, 16, IV. 

183, V. 6, 166, VII. 100, 124, 

VIII. 73, IX. 155; in Austria, 

VI. 81 ; in Belgian Congo, V. 
139; in British Isles, IV. 143, 

VIII. 218, X. 57; in Hawaii, 
VI. 164; in India, IX. 180, X. 
154; in Mesopotamia, IX. 15; 
in New Zealand, VII. 107, IX. 
168, X. 165, 183, 204 ; in Russia, 

I. 151; in Somahland, III. 136; 
in U.S.A., II. 16, III. 27, 61, 62, 
161, IV. 1, 5, V. 92, 125, 145, 
VI. 116, VII. 10, VIII. 30, IX. 
110, 194, X. 26, 162, 170; 
transmitting anthrax, X. 26; 
causing myiasis in man. III. 
32, 152, 159, IV. 88, V. 139, IX. 
180; infesting cattle. III. 47; 
infesting sheep and goats, I. 225; 

II. 85, III. 14, 16, V. 6, 166, VII. 
100, 124, IX 110, 155, 168, X. 
170, 183, 199, 204; hides da- 
maged by, X. 57; bionomics of, 

III. 161, IV. 1, 143, VII. 10, 

IX. 155 ; infesting meat factories, 



V. 92, VI. 81; dispersion of, by 
flight, IX. 194; parasites of, 
VII. 100, VIII. 218; baits and 
traps for, II. 10, IV. 5, V. 7, 45, 

VI. 116, VTII. 30 ; other measures 
against. III. 27, IV. 71, V. 92; 
experiments with benzene deriva- 
tives and, V. 132 ; anatomy of 
larva of, IX. 64 ; on battlefields, 
IV. 18 ; synonymy of, V. 41. 

Lucilia sylvarum, Mg., bionomics 

of, in U.S.A., V. 125, 128; 

synonymy of, V. 41. 
Lucilia tasmaniensis, Macq., prob- 
ably infesting sheep in New 

Hebrides, III. 185 ; distribution 

of. III. 15. 
Lucilia temperata, Wlk. (see L. 

argyricephala). 
Lucilia unicolor, Town, (see L. 

caesar) . 
Lucilia viridiceps, Macq., Pseud- 

orthellia, gen. n., proposed for, IV. 

159. 
lucorum , Mg . , A trichopogon . 
lucoriim, Winn., Atrichopogon (see 

A . winnertzi) . 
lucorum, Mydaea. 
litdium, Trinofon. 
ludlowi, Anopheles {Myzomyia) ; Cu- 

lex (see Aedes vigilax). 
lugens, Chrysops ; Culicoides. 
lugubris, Rhopalopsyllus ; Tabaniis. 
lukisi, Anopheles (see A. algeriensis). 
lunata, Bembex. 

lunatus, Tabanus ; Trichoprosopon. 
lunulatus, Rhipicephalus (see R. 

tricuspis). 
lupatus, Ceraiophyllus. 
luridum, Trinoion. 
luridus, Tabanus. 
lusavium, Ceraiophyllus (see C. gall- 

inae) . 
htsitanicus, Phlebotomus (see P. 

perniciosus) . 
lusoria, Mtisca (see M. convexifrons). 
luteitarsus, Clinohelea. 
luteocephalus, Aedes (Siegomyia). 
luteola, Auchmeromyia. 
luteolateralis, Aedes [Banksinella) 

(see A . lineatopennis) . 
luteoscutellata, Dasyhelea. 
luteoventralis, Dendromyia. 
lutescens, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) ; 

Paratricyclea. 
lutzi, Cruz, Anopheles {Myzorhyn- 

chella). 
lutzi. Flu, Anopheles, 
lutzi, Theo., Anopheles (Myzomyia) 

(see A. cruzi). 
lutzi, Theo., Anopheles {Manguin- 

hosia) (see A. peryassui). 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



iutzi, Psorophora {Janthinosoma) ; 
Simuliitm (see 5. amazonicum). 

Lutzia, Fran9a & Parrot, a new 
subgenus of Phleboionius {(/.v.), X. 
50. 

Luizia, Theo., notice of key to 
Oriental species of, X. 197 ; 
distinct from Ciilex, X. 153. 

Lutzia alios! ig ma, H., D. & K., in 
Panama Canal Zone, VII. 127, 
IX. 108 ; predacious on larva 
of Culex usqiiatits in Surinam, 
VII. 22. 

Lutzia Juscana, Wied. {Culex con- 
color, Theo., ? R.-D., tigripes, 
auct.) in Ceylon, II. 70; in 
Hong Kong, III. 141; in India, 
I. 79, 143, 144, VI. 64, 196, IX. 
124; in Malay States, II. 202; 
predacious larva of, VI. 64, 
IX. 124; anatomy of, X. 231; 
previously recorded as Culex con- 
color (unicolor in error), X. 197. 

Lutzia halifaxi, Theo. [Culex tigripes 
and concolor, auct.), in Australia, 
III. 37, 207, IV. 11, 60, 182, VII. 
175 ; in Sumatra, l\ . 23. 

Lutzia raptor, Edw., described as 
new from N. India, X. 197. 

Lutzia {Culex) tigripes, Grp., in E. 
Africa, VIII. 164, X. 223; in S. 
Africa, IV. 120, IX. 128; in 
W. Africa, II. 135, IV. 45. 66, 
81, 112, 150. V. 3, 39, 45, VI. 
225, VIII. 11; in Madagascar, 
IX. 68; value of, against Ano- 
plieles costalis in Mauritius, X. 
106, 225; in Nyasaland, IX. 
42, X. 62 ; larvae of, predacious 
on other mosquito larvae, IV. 
120, V. 68, VI. 39, IX. 42; 
breeding-places of, VIII. 11, X. 
223 ; correct genus for, X. 153. 
(For Oriental records see L. 
fuscana, and for Australian ones 
see L. halifaxi.) 

Lutzia {Culex) tigripes var. fusca, 
Theo., in W. Africa, III." 121, 
V. 3, 45, 47, VI. 39, X. 226. 

Lutzia vovax, Edw., described as 
new from Oriental Region, X. 
18 ; larva of, predacious on 
Culex fatigans, X. 18. 

Lvcosa raptoria, Walck, in Brazil, 
V. 28. 

Lydus, use of, in medicine, X. 60. 

Lygaeus, on Euphorbia in Italv, 
IX. 106. 

Lygaeus pratensis, L., spirochaetes 
in, IX. 120. 

Lygocerus, parasite of llies in Britain, 
"VIII. 22. 



lynchi, Aedes {Culex); Chrysops ; 

Psorophora. 
Lynchia, on pigeons in India, II. 

186, X. 232 ; conveying Haenio- 

proteus, II. 186. 
Lynchia capcnsis. Big., infecting 

pigeons with Haemoproteus colum- 

bae, IV. 189. 
Lynchia lividicolor. Big., on pigeons 

'in Brazil, IV. 137. 
Lynchia maura. Big., in Belgian 

Congo, IX. 164; in N. Africa, 

1. 200; in the Gambia, III. 1; 
in British Guiana, V. 5 ; in 
India, III. 211; in Xvasaland, 
IV. 175; in Palestine, IX. 194; 
in Zanzibar, III. 48; wide dis- 
tribution of, on pigeons, IV. 107 ; 
transmitting Haemoproteus colum- 
bae, IX. 164; polvpneustic lobes 
of larva of, VI. 185. 

Lyperosia, in E. Africa, II. 151, 
152; in W. .Africa, II. 48, IV. 

2, V. 13, VI. 161, IX. 101; in 
Hawaii, IX. 182 ; in India, 
VIII. 50, IX. 79; in Philippines, 
I. 14, 212; in Rhodesia, V. 
166; in Sumatra, VIII. 71; 
conveving anthr^-x in U.S.A. 
VIII. 105; transmitting //afeyo- 
nema, IX. 101; conveying horse- 
sickness, VI. 161; not mechani- 
cally transmitting surra, I. 212; 
probably mechanically transmit- 
ting trvpanosomiasis, II. 48, 151, 
IV. 2, V. 13, 166, VI. 119, IX. 
101; lice transported by, I. 14; 
Bembex lunata predacious on, IX. 
79; repellents for, V. 187, 
VI. 186, VII. 21. 

Lyperosia exigua, de Meij., in 
"Australia, VI. 118, VII. 46, VIII. 
188, X. 15; in India, X. 143; 
in Mesopotamia, IX. 15 ; in 
Philippines, VII. 194; possibly 
transmitting Habroiiona, VIII. 
188, X. 15 ; probably not a 
carrier of Onchocerca gibsoni, VI. 
27; bionomics of, " VI. 118; 
measures against, VII. 46. 

Lyperosia {Haematobia) irritans, L., 
in Canada, II. 196, HI. 155; in 
Germany, IX. 44; introduction 
of enemies of, into Hawaii, V. 
137, VIII. 172. X. 83. 114; in 
India, V. 83 ; in Mexico, X. 69 ; 
in Palestine, IX. 194; in Russia, 
I. 147; in U.S.A., V. 73, VI. 
169, 181. VIII. 186, X. 162, 163; 
in West Indies, V. 75, 131, VII. 
186, VIII. 201, IX. 198; experi- 
mentally conveying anthrax, VI. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



141 



181; not transmitting poliomy- 
elitis, II. 202; possibly transmit- 
ting Trypanosoma americanum, 
X. 163 ; dispersal of, by man, IV. 
96; attacking horses, VI. 169; ' 
peculiar to horned cattle, I. 147; \ 
bionomics of, IX. 29, 44; pro- 
tection of cattle from, V. 73, 83; \ 
parasitised bv Spalangia, II. j 
22, 24, 141, V. 137; measures | 
against, VII. 168. 186, VIII. 172, 
201, IX. 89, 198; effect of 
meteorological conditions on, 

VIII. 186; posterior stigmata of 
larva of, II. 131. 

Lyperosia longipalpis, Roub. (see 

L. minnia). 
Lyperosia lyiimtta, Bezzi [longipalpis, 

Roub.), in Belgian Congo, IV. 

68 ; in Canary Islands, X. 31 ; 

in India, VI. 64 ; in Mesopotamia, 

IX. 15 ; in Palestine, II. 100 ; 
attacking domestic animals in 
Senegal, X. 175 ; mouth-parts 
of, I. 229. 

Lyperosia pallidipes, Roub., in Bel- 
gian Congo, V. 35. 

Lyperosia punctigera, Aust., in Bel- 
gian Congo, IV. 68. 

Lyperosia thirouxi, Roub., Crithidia 
in, in Senegal, X. 175. 

Lyrosoma opaca, Mann, in nests 
"of birds, VI. 157. 

Lytta, use of, in medicine, X. 60. 

Lytta [Cantharis) vcsicatoria, L., X. 
173 ; cantharidin obtairfed from, 

X. 128. 



M. 

niacaci, Pneumoiitber. 
macdonaldi, Oestrus, 
macdougalli, Aedes [Finlaya). 
niacedoniensis, Anopheles snperpic- 

tus (see A. siiperpicius). 
macellaria, Cochlioniyia [Chrysoni- 

yia, Compsomyia, Liicilia). 
inacer, Tabanus. 
macfarlanei, Aedes {Ochlerofaius) ; 

Tabanus; Uranotaenia. 
Macleaya tremula (see Aedes). 
iiiacleayi, Olfersia (Ortholfersia). 
tnacquarti, Azelaria. 
niacrocephala, Clinocoris (see Cimex 

hemiptera). 
niacrocephahis, Haematopimis (see 

H. asini). 
macroceratus, Tabanus (see Pseuda- 

canthocera sylverii). 
Macrocheles mitscae, Ewing, de- 



scribed as new from U.S.A., II. 
6 ; parasitising Mnsca domestica, 
II. 6. 

Macrodactylus subspinosus, F... 
poisonous effect of, on fowls, 
IV. 26, VIII. 204. 

macrophtli ahniis , Ceratophvllns. 

niacropi, Tracheomyia [Oestrus). 

Macropocopris, gen. n., on wallabies 
in Queensland, VIII. 215. 

Macropocopris prehensilis, Arrow, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, VIII. 215. 

Macropocopris symbioticus, Arrow, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, VIII. 215. 

macrotis, Cephenomyia. 

mactans, Haematopota ; Lalrodectus. 

maculata, Cephalomyia (see Cephal- 
opsis titillator) ; Cunimingsia ; 
Graphomyia; Hippobosca; Pseu- 
dograbhamia (see Aedes pipcr- 
sala(us) ; Pseudolfersia ; Tria- 
toma. 

macula tiss imus , Tabanus . 

maculatum, Amblyomma; Simu- 
liutn [Melusina). 

maculatus, Aedes [Ochlerofaius): 
Anopheles [Nyssorhynchus) ; Iso- 
nietrus ; Rhipicephalus. 

maculicornis, Tabanus. 

maculipalpis, A nopheles. 

maculipennis. Anopheles ; Pele- 
corhynchus : T aeniorhynchus ; Thy- 
sanognathus [Prionognathus) ; 

Trialoma dimidiata. 

niaculipcs, Anopheles [Arribalzagia, 
Cycloleppteron) ; T aeniorhynchus 
tenax (see Culex quasigelidus). 

maculisquama, Pyrellia. 

maculilhorax, Culicoides ; Thysanog- 
nathus (Prionognathus). 

macttliventris, Culex (see Aedes dor- 
salis) ; Osca, 

maculoabdorninalis, Aedes [Kingia, 
Stegoniyia). 

maculosa, Cuterebra ; Stvgeromyia. 

fnac ulos ifacies , Haematopota . 

madagascariensis, Liponyssus. 

maderae, Rhyparobia. 

madidus, Pterostichus. 

magneticus, Tabanus alternatus. 

magn icorn is, Gastrophilus . 

magnifica, Chrysops ; Wohlfahrtia 
[Sarcophaga, Sarcophila). 

magnus, Armigeres [Leicesteria) . 

magrettii, Pangonia. 

maia, Heniileuca. 

niaiae, Armigeres. 

majalis, Meloe. 

major, Phlebotomus ; Pseiidocttli- 
coides. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



malabarictis, Phlebotomiis. 
Malacosoma, larvae of, injurious 
to pigs in California, VII. 35. 

malayensis, Anopheles subpictus ; 
Haematopota. 

malayi, Culex (Micraedes). 

malefactor, Anopheles (see A. puncti- 
niacula). 

Mallophora calidus, F., predacious 
on Tabanids in British Guiana, 
V. 4. 

mallophoroides, Stibasoma. 

mammoth, Hystrichopsylla. 

mandarinus, Tabanus. 

manducator, Alysia. 

Manguinhosia, a subgenus of Ano- 
pheles {q.v.), VII. 23. 

mangyana. Anopheles (see A. mini- 
mus). 

manicata, Fannia. 

manicatus, Megarhinus. 

Mansonia, a subgenus of Taenio- 
rhynchus {q.v.), VI. 142. 

Mansonia arabica (see Acdes cas- 
piiis). 

Mansonioides (see Taeniorhynchus). 

mantiqiiirense, A mblyomma. 

Margaropus (see Boophiliis). 

marginalis, Chrysomyia {Pycnoso- 
ma) ; Dyliscus. 

marginaius, A cams (see Ixodes ricin- 

HS). 

inarginipennis, Spaniopsis. 
mariae, Aedes {Acariomyia, Culex, 

Ochlerotattis) . 
marmoratiis, Chrysops ; Cnlicoides ; 

Thysanognathtis (Prionoguathus) . 
marmoreufn, A mblyomma. 
marmorosus, Tabanus. 
niarinoiae, Oestromyia. 
marocana, Theobaldia {Culex) annu- 

lata (see T. longiareolata). 
marocanus, Ornithodorus. 
maroccanus, Diachlorus (see Mesom- 

yia singularis). 
maroniensis, Culex {Choeropovpa). 
marshalli, Anopheles; Megayhinus 

{Toxorhynchites) . 
maruim, Culicoides. 
marxi, Ixodes, 
inasamae, Aedes. 
mascittii, Phlebotomus. 
mashonaensis, Uranotaenia. 
mastevsi, Anopheles (Nyssorhyn- 

chiis) ; Tabanus (see T. strang- 

manni). 
mastigia, Culex (see C. florid anus), 
mathisi, Culex. 
matthiesseni, Simulium . 
mattogrossensis, A nopheles. 
maura, Lynchia. 



manritianas. Anopheles {MyzO' 
rhynchus), 

maurus, Ceratophyllus. 

maxillosus, Creophilus. 

maximits, Armigeres. 

maxinocca, Culex {Choeropovpa). 

mayeri, Uranotaenia. 

mayeti, Reduvius. 

medicorum, Glossina. 

mediocris, Trombidinm {Tromhicula). 

mediolineata, Ficalbia {Eiorlepiiom- 
yia). 

mediolineatus, Aedes (see A. indicus). 

medionotatus, Tabanus. 

niediopunctatus, Anopheles {Arribal- 
zagia, Cycloleppteron). 

meditabunda, Mydaea {Myospila). 

mediterraneiis, Holoconops. 

megacephala, Bezzi, Chrysomyia 
{Pycuosoma) (see C. bezziana). 

megacephala, F., Chrysomyia {Pyc- 
nosoma) . 

megacephala, Pheidole. 

Megaloceraea ruficornis, Geoffr., on 
Euphorbia in Italy, IX. 106. 

Megarhinus {Toxorlivncliites) , larvae 
of, in Brazil, VlII. 26; in 
Guatemala, IV. 177 ; in Principe, 
IV. 49; in Trinidad, II. 24; 
in U.S.A., II. 78, VIII. 58 ; larvae 
of, destroying other mosquito 
larvae, I. 162, V. 53, IX. 125; 
thoracic appendages not present 
in larva of, X. 80 ; Theobaldia 
allied to, V. 19 ; notice of key 
to, 229. 

Megarhinus albipes, Edw., described 
as new from India, X. 198 ; 
breeding in tree-holes, X. 198. 

Megarhinus aldrichanus, B.-W. & 
B., described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60 ; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 60. 

Megarliinus aurifluus, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 
X. 34 ; recorded as -1/. splendens, 
X. 34. 

Megarhinus {Toxorhynchites) brevi- 
palpis, Theo., in Belgian Congo, 
I. 220, III. 121; in E. Africa, 
VIII. 164, IX. 42; in French 
Guinea, IV. 21 ; in Zanzibar, 
III. 49; predacious on other 
mosquito larvae, IV. 120, IX. 42. 

Megarhinus (Toxorhynchites) gravel' 
vi, Edv.\, described as new from 
India, IX. 133. 

Megarhinus guadcloupensis, D. & 
K., subsp. guianensis, B.-W. & 
B., described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



143 



Megarhinus haemorrhoidalis , F., sy- 
nonymy of, II. 106. 
Megarhinus haitiensis, D. & K., 1 
breeding-places of, in Grenada, 
V. 54. i 

Megarhinus horei, Gordon & Evans, 
described as new from Brazil, i 
X. 234; predacious on other 
mosquito larvae, X. 234. 
Megarhinus iris, in Trinidad, II. 

24, V. 60. 
Megarhinus {Toxorhynchites) kenipi, 
Edw., described as new from 
India, IX. 133. 
Megarhinus [Toxorhynchites] klossi, 
Edw., described as new from 
Malay States, IX. 133. 
^J\Iegarhinus manicatus, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 
X. 34. 
Megarhinus {Toxorhynchites) mar- 
shalli, Theo., recorded (in error) 
from Calcutta, IX. 125. 
Megarhinus [Toxorhynchites) mini- 
mus, in Ceylon, VIII. 9. 
Megarhimis [Toxorhynchites) regius, 
Tennent [imniisericors, Theo. nee 
WJk.), in Ceylon, II. 70; in 
India, I. 79; in Philippines, VII. 
193 ; synonymy of, X. 34. 
Megarhinus septentrionalis, D. & K., 

in N. Carolina, IV. 136. 
Megarhinus [Toxorhynchites) speci- 

osus, Skuse, in Australia, I. 11. 
Megarhinus splendens, Wied. (see 

yi. regius). 
Megarhirlus superbus, D. & K., 

in Trinidad, II. 24, V. 60. 
Megarhinus trinidadensis, D. & K., 
in Trinidad, II. 24, IV. 69, V. 60 ; 
breeding-places of, IV. 69. 
Megarthroglossus, gen. n., IV. 33. 
Megarthroglossus bisetis, J. & R., 
described as new from Neotoma 
in New Mexico, IV. 33. 
Megarthroglossus longispiniis. Baker, 

hosts of, in Canada, IV. 33. 
Megarthroglossus procus, J. & R., 
described as new from British 
Columbia, IV. 33; hosts of, 
IV. 33. 
Megarthroglossus sicamus, J. & R., 
described as new from Canis 
lairans in Br. Columbia, IV. 33. 
megastoma, Cuterebra. 
megista, Triatoma [Conorhinus, 

Lamiis). 
megnini, Ornithodorus. 
Megninia cubitalis, Megn., on tur- 
keys in U.S.A., VI. 14. 
Meaninia gallinulae, Buchh., on 
fowls in Canada, X. 82. 



meigenanus, Aedes [Ochlerotatus] 

punctor. 
meigeni, Sarcophila (see Wohlfahrtia 

magnifica) ; Wohlfahrtia. 
melaleuca, Ornithoica. 
melanocephala, Wyeomyia. 
melajioce phalum, Tapinoma 
melanocerus, Tabanus. 
Melanoconion, notice of key to 
species of, IX. 73 ; a subgenus of 
Culex, q.v. 
melanogaster, Drosophila ; Tabanus. 
melanophyllum, Deinocerites. 
Melanoplus angustipennis. Dodge, 
attacked by Euthrombidium tri- 
gonum in N. America, VI. 147. 
Melanoplus bivittatus. Say, attacked 
bv Euthrombidium trigonum in 
N. America, VI. 147. 
Melanoplus differentialis, Thom., 
attacked by Euthrombidium tri- 
gonum in N. America, VI. 147. ' 
Melanoplus femur-rubrum, DeG., 
used for obtaining pure cultures 
of flagellates, X. 162. 
Melanoplus spretus, Thom., attacked 
by Euthrombidium trigonum in 
N. America, VI. 147. 
melanoptera, Dichelacera. 
rnelanopterus, Tabanus. 
m.elanopus, Pangonia ; Wyeomyia. 
melanosoma, Dichelacera. 
mclanostictus , Thysanognathus [Prio- 

nognathus). 
Melanotabanus fuliginosus, Lutz & 
Xeiva, described as new from 
Brazil, III. 82. 
nislanura, Sarcophaga. 
nielanurus, Culex [Climacura). 
meleagridis, Pseudolfersia. 
melesinus, Demodex. 
Melinda cognata, Mg., larva of, 
attacking molluscs, VIII. 24, IX. 
149. 
metis, Ceratophyllus. 
Melissomorpha oestroides (see Ader- 

sia). 
Melitiobia acasta, Wlk., of doubtful 
value for introduction into Aus- 
tralia, VIII. 174; a hyper- 
parasite of flies in Britain, IV. 
146, VIII. 22; parasite of Calli- 
phora, V. 68. 
Mellinus, predacious on Stomoxvs, 

I. 147, VIII. 103. 
Mellinus arvensis, L., predacious on 
house-flies in German)-, X. 195. 
mellonella, Galleria. 
\ Meloe, use of, in medicine, X. 60. 
Meloe majalis, L., attacked by Cera- 
topogon, VI. 37. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Melolontha, intermediate host of 
Echinorhynchus gigas, IV. 176. 

Melaphagus, measures against, on 
sheep in France, V. 122 ; pupi- 
parous habits of, VII. 174. 

Melophagus ovinus, L., in Australia, 

II. 129, 130, III. 17, V. 118, VI. 
42, VII. 61, 120; in Britain, X. 
57, 148, 222 ; in Canada, III. 155 ; 
in Germany, VIII. 45; in New- 
Zealand, \'''. 191, VII. 107, 180, 

VIII. 34, X. 183; in U.S.A., III. 
149, 175, IV. 79, y. 145, VI. 170, 

IX. 17, 110, X. 199; micro- 
organisms found in, II. 45, 54, 
201, III. Ill, IV. 103, VII. 68, 
160, VIII. 42, 45, 61, IX. 96, 148, 

X. 222; transmitting trypano- 
somiasis of sheep, VIII. 45, X. 
222; bionomics of, I. 225, 234, 

III. 175, V. 145, VI. 42, VII. 120 ; 
respiratory system of larva of, 

VI. 185 ; sheep skins damaged by, 
X. 57 ; measures against. III. 175, 

IV. 79, V. 118, 145, 191, VI. 170, 

VII. 120; legislation against, III. 
17, VII. 61. 

Melophagus ovintis subsp. niontamis, 

Ferris & Cole, described as new 

from mountain sheep in Alaska, 

X. 175. 
Melusina (see SimitUum). 
Memnemyia, gen. n., proposed 

for Anopheles brevipalpis, III. 

212. 
mendicus, Tabamis. 
Menemerus bivittafiis, Duf., in 

Brazil, V. 28. 
Menolepis, notice of key to species 

of, VIII. 32. 
Menolepis tasmaniensis (see Aedes 

nigrithorax). 
Menopon, Rickettsia in, X. 229; 

feeding on blood, IX. 43. 
Menopon biseriatum, Piag., infestins; 

poultry, II. 21, III. 149, 158, 

186, IV. 13, 166, M. 14, 142, 

VIII. 13, 127, 166; measures 
against, II. 44, III. 186, VIII. 13, 
127. 

Menopon longicephaliim, Kell., 

measures against, on pigeons in 

U.S.A., X. 227. 
M enopon pallidum , Nitzsch, infesting 

poultry, II. 21, 44, III. 38, 158, 

186, IV. 13, 166, 191. V. 184, VI. 

14, 142, VIII. 13, 127, 164, X. 

180, 199; measures against. III. 

186, VIII. 13, 127. 
Menopon phaeostomum, X^itzsch, on 

peafowls, IV. 13. 



Menopon trigonocephaliim , Olf. (see 

M. pallidum), 
nienytes, Culex {Helcoporpa). 
Meoneura, in starlings' nests in 

Finland, X. 166. 
mera, Lagaropsylla. 
merciirator, Aedes. 
merdaria, Scaiophaga. 
nieridiana, Mesembrina {Musca). 
meridionalis, Ferg. nee Thunb., 

Tabanns (Therioplectes) (see T. 

adelaidae) ; Telmatoscopiis. 
tnerodaemon , Culex {Chocroporpa). 
Meroplius stercorarius, R.-D., spread 

of, by human agency, V. 192. 
meruense, Gyrostigma. 
Mesembrina, hibernation of, in 

Korea. X. 206. 
Mesembrina [Musca) meridiana, L., 

not ovipositing on meat, VI. 81. 
Mesembrinella, erroneously supposed 

to cause myiasis in Brazil, III. 

194. 
Mesomyia (Chrysops, Nemoriiis) 

singulavis, Mg., in Morocco, IX. 

143 ; Diachloriis maroccantis the 

male of, IX. 143. 
mesopotamiae, Anopheles hyrcaniis. 
mesopotamiensis, Culicoides ; Lepto- 

conops (Tersesthes) ; Musca. 
mesopotamium, Hyalomma aegyp- 

tium. 
Mesopsylla hebes, J. & R., described 

as new from Arvicola terrestris 

scythicus in Turkestan, IV. 32. 
Mesopsylla lenis, J. & R., described 

as new from Turkestan, IV. 32 ; 

hosts of, IV. 32. 
nietalepticus, Aedes (see A. piillatus 

var. jugormn). 
metallica, Phormia; Protocaliiphora. 
metallicus, Aedes (Stegomyia) ; Tae- 

niorhynchiis. 
Metathrombidimn poriceps, Oud., 

attacking man and animals in 

Europe, IV. 68, VI. 146. 
metempsyta, Culex {Carrollia). 
meteor ica, Hydrotaea. 
metilia, Lucilia. 
Metoponaplos, gen. n., erected for 

Pangonia parva, IX. 50. 
Metoponaplos nigricans, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from Cape Colony, 

IX. 50. 
Metoponaplos [Pangonia) parva, 

Wlk. [directa, Wlk.), in Cape 

Colony, IX. 50. 
mexicanus, Tabanus [Chlorotabanus) . 
Miamyia, gen. n., VIII. 32. 
micans, Morellia; Stoniatoceras. 
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Culex, V. 53, X. 153; not a valid 

subgenus, X. 198. 
microannulatus, Culex (see C. 

sitiens). 
Microcalliphora varipes (see Chryso- 

myia) . 
microcephalus, Haematopintis (see 

Linognathns pedalis). 
microchela, Palpomyia. 
niicrochir, A ntarctophthirius . 
Microchrvsa polita, I-., in British 

Isles, iV. 144, VII. 191; breeding 

in manure, VII. 191. 
Microconops, gen. n., IX. 171. 
Microconops vexans, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from camels in 

Algeria, IX. 171. 
Microculex chryselatus (see Culex). 
Microlynchia pusilla, Speis., on 

pigeons in Brazil, IV. 137. 
Microphthirus, gen. n., VIII. 71. 
Microphthiriis {Enderleinellus) un- 

cinatus, Ferris, described as new 

from Glaucomys in N. America, 

IV. 177 ; correct genus for, VIII. 

71. 
microplns, Boophilus [Margaropus) 

annularis, 
m icropteriis, A edes . 
Microsivlum oberthuri, Wulp, pre- 
dacious on Tabanids in Formosa, 

VIII. 119. 
Microthrombidhm: , Leptus autumna- 

lis not a species of, VTI. 87. 
Microthronihidiiim akanutshi (see 

Trombidium) . 
Microthrombidium autumnalis (see 

Leptus) . 
M icrothrombidium gliricolens , Hirst, 

described as new from Mus rattus 

in Calcutta, III. 228. 
Microthrombidium guineense, Bru- 

yant & Joyeux, described as 

new from foAvls and monkeys 

in French Guinea, I. 120. 
Microthrombidium pxisillum, Herm., 

attacking man and animals in 

Europe, VI. 146, 147. 
Microthrombidium tlalzahitatl, Mur- 
ray, attacking man in Mexico, 

VI. 147. 
Microthrombidium wichmanni, Oud., 

attacking man in East Indies, 

VI. 147. 
microtomus, A trichopogon. 
iniculn, Lagavopsylla. 
migonei, Phlebotomus. 
miharai, Culicoides. 
inikiramis, A edes {Finlaya). 
miles, Tab anus, 
■militaris, Sciara. 
milleri, Tabanus. 

(K2009) 



milnei, Culicoides. 

milni, Culex sitiens (see C. sitiens). 

milsoni, A edes (Culicada, Hulecoe- 

teomyia, Ochlerotatus) ; Tabanus 

(see T. milsoniensis) . 
milson iensis, Tabanus . 
milsonis, Tabanus. 
Miltogramma, parasite of Bemhex 

rostrata, III. 195. 
mimesis, A edes {Ochlerotatus). 
Mimeteomyia atripes (see Rachiono- 

tomyia) . 
Mimeteomyia doddi, Tayl. (see Aedes 

tremula) . 
Mimeteomyia hilli, Tayl. (see Rachi- 

onotomyia filipes) . 
Mimeteomyia quasiornata (see 

Rachionotomyia) . 
mimeticus, Culex ; Rhipicephalus 

evertsi. 
Mimomyia, characters of females 

of, X. 183 ; pupal characters of, 

V. 167 ; notice of key to, X. 229. 
Mimomyia chamber laini, Ludl., in 

Calcutta, IX. 124; in Cochin, II. 

155. 
Mimomyia hispida, Theo., in Gold 

Coast, IV. 112, VI. 16, X. 226; 

breeding-places of, IV. 112. 
Mimomyia miinomyiaformis , Newst., 

in Gold Coast, X. 226 ; in 

Zanzibar, III. 49. 
Mimomyia minuta, Theo. (see Fical- 

bia minima). 
Mimomyia plumosa, Theo., in Gold 

Coast, IV. 112, VI. 16; breeding- 
places of, IV. 112. 
Mimomyia splendens, Theo., in W. 

Africa, VI. 16, 39; breeding- 
places of, VI. 39. 
Mimomyia uniformis (see Ingramia). 
mimomyiaformis , Mimomyia. 
mimulus, Culex. 

miniatus, Argas (see A. persicus). 
minima, Diatomineura ; Ficalbia. 
minitnum, Monomorium. 
minimus, Anopheles {Myzomyia) ; 

Megarhinus (Toxorhynchites) . 
minor, Haematopinus ; Notoedrus 

(Notoedres, Sarcoptes) cuniculi, 

^'ar. ; Palaeopsylla ; Silvius ; 

Trombicula. 
minor, Macq., Tabanus. 
minor, Tayl., Tabanus (see T. 

palmerstoni) . 
minuscula, Haematopota. 
minuscularia, Haematopota. 
minusculum, Simulium (see S. ama- 

zonicum). 
minusculus, Culicoides. 
minusculus, Ferg. & Hill nee Hine, 

Tabanus (see T. palmerstoni). 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



minuta, A spidoptera ; Danielsia 
(see Acdes tremula) ; Lyperosia; 
Mimomyia (see Ficalbia minima) ; 
Sepsis. 

inimitissima, Limosina. 

minutissimus, Ciilex {Lophoceratom- 
yia) . 

minutum, Monomorium. 

minutuni, Lugger, Simulium. 

'minutum, Sure. & Rincones, Simu- 
lium (see S. amasonictim). 

mimttus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) ; Bra- 
chygaster ; Chrysops ; Kirkioestrus 
(Kirkia) ; Phleboiomus {Prophle- 
botomus) . 

mira, Coenopsylla. 

mirabilis, Pelecorhynch us . 

mirificus, Culex. 

■ Mirperus jaculus, Thunb., para- 
sitised by Leptonionas in Belgian 
Congo, I. 141. 

r.iisera, Sarcophaga. 

mississippii, Aedes stimulans. 

niissouviensis, Hyletastes. 

mitis, Chrysops. 

mlokosieu/iczi, Chrysops. 

mobii, Bembex. 

Mochlonyx, respiration of larva of, 

VI. 182, VIII. 118, X. 211; 
thoracic air sacs of larva of, 

VII. 103. 

Mochlonyx {Coreihra) culiciformis, 
DeG. [velutintis, Ruthe), hiberna- 
tion of, I. 40; larva of, IX. 186; 
effect of neutral salts on, IX. 185. 

Mochlostyrax (see Culex). 

modalma, Wyeomyia. 

modestus, Culex {Barraudius) ; Der- 
macentor ; Neotabanus. 

viodicus, Tabanus. 

inoerbista, Sabethinus. 

moerens, Chrysops. 

molestans, Tabanus. 

molestum, Simulium . 

molesius, Chrysops ; Culicoides ; 
Tydeus. 

molitor, Tenebrio. 

mollis, Culex. 

niolossus, Catharsius. 

moluccensis, Anopheles [Nyssorhyn- 
chus) mastersi. 

moluccensis, Anopheles punciulatits 
{annulipes). 

Monedula denticornis , Handl., pre- 
dacious on flies in British Guiana, 
VI. 18. 

Monedula pantherina, Handl., pre- 
dacious on Tabanids in British 
Guiana, V. 4. 

Monedula punctata, Lep.. predacious 
on Tabanids in British Guiana. 
V. 4. 



Monedula signaia, L., predacious 
on Tabanids in Brazil and British 
Guiana, V. 4, VI. 92; predacious 
on Simulium in U.S.A., IV. 82. 

Monedula surinamensis , Dahlb., pre- 
dacious on Tabanids in British 
Guiana, V. 4. 

monetifera, Rachionotomyia. 

Monohelea litoraurea, I. & M., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, X. 61. 

Monomorium bicolor, Em., causing 
oedema of ej^elids of man in 
Sudan, VIII. 190. 

Monomorium destructor, Jerd., in 
houses in Jamaica, IX. 31. 

Monomorium latinode, Mayr, ex- 
periments with cholera vibrios 
and, II. 127. 

Monomorimn minimum, Buck., in 
U.S.A., V. 174, VI. 210; preda- 
ciovis on chicken mites, V. 174. 

Monomorium minutum, Mayr, 
attacking Argas persiciis, I. 115. 

Monomorium pharaonis, L., pre- 
dacious on mosquitos in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 163; in U.S.A., V. 48, 
VI. 210 ; predacious on bed-bugs, 
V. 48. 

Monophlebus stebbingi, Green, in 
India, I. 224. 

monspellensis, Haematopota bigoti. 

monstrosum, Nosomma (Hyalomma). 

montana, Diatomineura. 

montanum , Simulium. 

montanus. Anopheles albotaeniatus ; 
Melophagus ovinus; Pelecorhyn- 
chus ; Silvius ; Tabanus. 

monticola, Silvius; Simv.lium. 

montivagus, Culicoides. 

moralesi, Lesticocampa. 

mordax, Tabanus. 

mordens, Haematopota. 

Morellia hortorum, Fall., in British 
Isles, IV. 145, VII. 191, VIII. 22 ; 
breeding-places of, VII. 191. 

Morellia micans, Macq., in N. 
America, III. 155, IV. 5, VII. 11 ; 
baits for, IV. 5 ; seasonal pre- 
valence of, VII. 11. 

moretonensis, Tabanus . 

morilli, Lucilia (see Pseudopyrellia 
cornicina) . 

morosus, Carausiiis {Dixippus). 

morsitans, Glossina ; Leiognathus (see 
Liponyssus bursa) ; Simulium ; 
Theobaldia {Culex, Culicella). 

mortificator, Culex. 

mortuorum, Cynomyia {Sarcophaga). 

mossmani, Culex (see C. mimulus). 

moubata, Ornithodoriis. 

moultoni, Arynigeres ; Uranotaenia. 



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Mucidus, notice of key to, X. 229. 

Mucidus aUernans, Westw., in Aus- 
tralia, I. 11, III. 37, 207, IV. 11, 
60, V. 67. 

Mucidus lanigcr, \\'ied., in Sumatra, 
IV. 23. 

Mucidus mucidus, Karsch, in Belgian 
Congo, I. 220 ; in W. Africa, V. 3, 
VI. 225; in Zanzibar, III. 49. 

Mucidus nigerrimus, Theo., de- 
scribed as new from Sudan, II. 45. 

Mucidus scatophagoides, Theo., at 
Accra, VI. 16; in India, III. 40; 
breeding-places of, in S. Africa, 

VIII. 9. 
mucidus, Mucidus. 
mucronatus, Tabanus. 
muelleri, Aedes {Heteronycha). 
multicolor, A nopheles . 
multilineata, Palpomyia. 
mtiltimaculatus, Culicoides . 
multiplex, Aedes {Ochlerotatus , 

Pseudoskusea) . 

muUiplicalis, Samea. 

multipunctat'us, Culicoides. 

muliispinosus, Culex {Mochlostyrax) ; 
Laelaps. 

muris, Devmanyssus ; Notoedrus 
{Notoedres). 

murphyi, Hippocentrum . 

murreus, Tabanus. 

mus, Wyeom,yia {Dodecamyin). 

Musca \Philaematomyia), notes on 
Oriental and Australian species 
of, X. 103-104; notice of key to 
Indian species of, VI. 1 ; breeding 
on ships, X. 142; natural enemies 
of, IV. 121, IX. 57, 79 ; characters 
of. III. 211, IV. 74; specific 
diflerences in, IV. 172. 

Musca albiceps (see Chrysomyia). 

Musca albomaculata, Macq., in 
Oriental Region, X. 104. 

Mtisca anguslifrons, Thomp. (see 
M. humilis). 

Musca avtiquissima. Wile, con- 
sidered synonymous with atypical 
form of M. domestica, X. 104. 

Musca [Eiimusca, Viviparomusca) 
australis, Macq. nee Boisd. (see 
M. convexifrons). 

Musca autumnalis, DeG. {corvina, 
F., ovipara, Portch.), I. 151, 210; 
in British Isles, II. 19, III. 89, 
IV. 109, 144, VII. 71, VIII. 22; 
species allied to, in Egypt, VI. 
239; in France, II. 134; in India, 
VI. 64; in Korea, VII. 142; 
bionomics of, IV. 109 ; hiberna- 
tion of, VIT. 142; natural enemies 
of, VIII. 22 ; an oviparous species, 

IX. 105, X. 104; M. convexifrons 

{K2009) 



{Eumusca australis) erroneously 
recorded as, IV. 159, V. 164, VI. 
68; synonymy of, IX. 105. 

Musca bezzii, Patton & Cragg, 
described as new, I. 210 ; in India, 
I. 210, VIII. 159, IX. 207; in 
Oriental Region, X. 104 ; bio- 
nomics of, VIII. 159, IX. 207; 
parasites of, IX. 207. 

Musca {Philaematomyia) cingalai- 
sina. Big. {indica, Awati), a 
larviparous species in India, VI. 
113; m Oriental Region, X. 104; 
Awatia, gen. n., proposed for, 
IX. 207 ; described as Philaema- 
tomyia indica, sp. n., VI. 113. 

Musca condvicens, Wlk. (see M. 
humilis). 

Musca {Eumusca, Viviparomusca) 
convexifrons. Thorns, (australis, 
Macq. nee Boisd.. fergusoni, J. & 
B., lusoria, Wied.), in Australia, 
VIII. 174, 187, 189, IX. 119, X. 
14, 15, 104, 168; on cattle in 
India, I. 210 ; transmitting Habro- 
ucnia, VIII. 187, X. 15; not 
experimentally transmitting on- 
chocerciasis, VIII. 174 ; bionomics 
of, X. 14, 168; chemistry of 
saliva of, III. 42; previously 
recorded as M. corvina, IV. 159, 

V. 164, VI. 68, X. 56; synonymy 
of, X. 104, 168. 

Musca corvina, F. (see M. autum- 

nalis) . 
Musca corvina vivipara, Portch. (see 

M. larvipara). 
Musca craggi, Patton, described as 

new from India, X. 196. 
Musca (Philaematomyia) crassiros- 

tris, Stein {i]isi!j;nis, Aust.), in 

India, I. 80, 209, 210, V. 39, 104, 

VI. 131, IX. 53, X. 104, 143, 195 ; 
in Dutch E. Indies, VIII. 71; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 15; in Pales- 
tine, II. 100, IX. 194; in Philip- 
pines, VII. 194 ; causing intestinal 
myiasis in man, IX. 53, X. 195 ; 
experimentally transmitting sur- 
ra, V. 39, 104; bionomics of, I. 
80, 209, 210 ; chemistry of saliva 
of, III. 42; mouth-parts of, I. 80, 
229 ; synonymy of, X. 104. 

Musca determinata, Patton (see M. 

domestica (atypical) ). 
Musca determinata, Wlk. (see M. 

nebulo). 
Mused divaricata, Awati (see M. 

domestica (atypical) ). 
Musca (Promusca) domestica, L., in 

S. Africa, III. 163, IV. 80; in 

W. Africa, VI. 16; not found on 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



the Amazon, VII. 131; in Argen- 
tina, VI. 180, VIII. 61, 148; in 
Astrakhan, III. 68; in Anstraha, 
I. 165, III. 207, IV. 73, V. 164, 
VI. 41, 62, VII. 187, VIII. 51, 
187. IX. 118, X. 1, 15, 56, 198; 
in Brazil, VII. 65; in British 
Isles, II. 19, IV. 102, 108, 144, 
167, 168, 169, VII. 191, VIII. 218, 
X. 87; in Canada, III. 155, VI. 
81; in Cevlon, III. 76; in 
Colombia, VI. 161; in Egypt, IV. 
142, VI. 239, X. 35; in Fiji, 11. 
66, IV. 41, VI. Ill, X. 169, 226; 
in France, IX. 166, 212, X. 160, 

176, 224; in Gallipoh, IV. 92, 

VI. 26 ; in Germany, X. 160, 195 ; 
in British Guiana, IV. 194, VI. 

177, 209, X. 217; in Hawaii, VI. 

164, IX. 182; in India. IX. 125, 
129; in Korea, VII. 142, IX. 180, 
X. 206; in Macedonia, VII. 67; 
in Manchuria, X. 45; in Meso- 
potamia, VIII. 15, IX. 127; in 
New Zealand, X. 165; m Pales- 
tine, II. 100; in Philippines, V. 
61; in Poland, VIII. 119, 193; 
in Rumania, IX. 175; in Russia, 

I. 147, 152, IX. 115 ; m Salonika, 

IV. 179; in Samoa, II. 83; in 
Sumatra, \1U. 71; in Sweden, 

VII. 157; in U.S.A., I. 94, 165, 

II. 6, 22, 101, III 92, 149, IV. 
62, 106, V. 114, 125, 145, VI. 9, 
103, 116, 158, 169, 210, VII. 
10, VIII. 30, 127, 186, IX. 71, 
126, 194, X. 26, 162, 163, 170; 
in West Indies, II. 175, III. 
223; in Zanzibar, III. 50, VI. 
46, 124 ; conveying anthrax, 

VIII. 105, X. 26; a doubtful 
carrier of hog cholera, VIII. 99; 
and dysentery, I. 117, II. 66, 

III. 127, IV. 93, 124, 143, V. 
49, 66, 117, 126, 151, VI. 52, 
112, VII. 28, 101, VIII. 4, 15, 
69, 75, 110; and filariasis. III. 
210; conveying Habronema, I. 

165, 223, V. 126, VI. 13, 202, VII. 
118, 158, VIII. 51, 187, X. 12, 
15, 219; and leprosy, II. 40, 79, 
III. 120, IV. 85, VIII. 138; 
larvae of, not causing limberneck 
in poultry, VIII. 24; and lym- 
phangitis, II. 69 ; causing myiasis, 

IX. 175, X. 155, 227; and oph- 
thalmia, VII. 54 ; possible relation 
of, to poliomyelitis, I. 18, 216, 

V. 186, VI. 171; and trypano- 
somiasis, II. 9, V. 61, X. 163; 
viability of tubercle bacilli in, 
VIII. 138; and typhoid, III. 



152; not cairying typhus, II. 
172, VII. 133; a doubtful carrier 
of yaws. III. 76; various 
organisms carried by, I. 36, 165, 

II. 19, 62, 83, 93, 137, 166, 174, 

III. 46, 123, IV. 51, V. 49, 71, 
117, 126, VI. 16, IX 71, 126, 127, 
129, X. 103, 162, 198; carriage 
of eggs of Dermatobia Jiominis by, 
VII. 65; lice carried by, VIII. 
145; carrying parasitic mites, I. 
197; Onchocevca gibsoni not sur- 
viving in. III. 207; bionomics of, 
I. 66, II. 52, 71, 159, III. 27, 42, 
92-94, 125, 139, 163, 174, 207, 

IV. 20, 62, 80, 106, 167, V. 125. 

VII. 10, 67, 142, 191, VIII. 24, 
186, IX 15, 118, 121, X. 51, 
160, 169 ; reproductive capacity 
of, V. 71 ; methods of dispersal 
of, I. 233, II. 38, III. 61, 101, 

IV. 96, 137, V. 81, VII. 121, 

VIII. 35, IX. 194; hibernation 
of, I. 146, II. 52, HI. 89, 149, 
215, V. 29, 58, 127, 154, VI. 9, 
158, VIII. 193, IX. 29, 180, X. 
135, 206 ; sense reactions of, IV. 
156, VII. 56, VIII. 215, X. 35; 
possibly parasitic on snails, VIII. 
24, X. '23 ; fungi infesting, I. 11, 

V. 116 ; other natural enemies of, 
I. 94, 108, 109, 149, II. 6, 22, 24, 

29, 56, 134, III 149, IV. 41, 73, 
V. 74, VI. 146, 148, VIII. 61, 218, 
X. 1, 56, 169, 195, 226 ; economic 
loss due to, V. 114 ; effect of 
chemicals on oviposition of, VI. 
67, X. 83 ; fiimigation against, 

III. 2, V. 121, 132, 174, VIII. 121, 

IX. 191; baits and traps for, I. 
69, 73, 152, 191, II. 68, 71, 100, 
134, 159, III. 134, 164, 165, 220, 

IV. 5, 14, 20, 53, 80, 92, 106, 142, 
144, 169, 181, V. 23, 45, 52, 72, 
93, 115, 121, 146, VI. 116, VII. 
5, 10, 56, 67, 161, 192, VIII. 2, SO, 
IX. 16, 125, 158, 166; formula 
for spray against, IV. 191, VII. 
37; other measures against, I. SI, 
67, 68, 182, II. 52, 57, 111, 178, 
191, IV. 18, 20, 108, 168, 191, 

V. 15, 23, VI 103, 161, 177, 180, 
209, VII. 67, 158, 192, VIII. 20, 

30, 127, 148, IX. 15, 50, 89, 108, 
212, X. 35, 87, 176, 198, 224; 
anatomy of, I. 22, II. 131, VII. 
28; synonymy of, X. 104. 

Miisca domestica (atypical) {M. 
determinata, Patt., M. divaricata, 
Awati), bionomics of, in India, 
VIII. 159, 160, IX. 103; syno- 
nymy of, X. 104. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Musca domestica var. detenninata, 

Patt. (see M . domestica (atypical)). 
Musca domestica var. determinata, 

Wlk. (see M. nebitlo). 
Musca eiitaeniata, Big. (see M. 

humilis) . 
Musca (Viviparomiisca) fergusoni, 

J. & B. . (see M. convex ifrons). 
Musca gibsoni, Patton & Cragg, 

described as new from S. India, 

I. 209; ill Oriental Region, X. 

104. 
Musca [Philaematomyia) gurneyi, 

Patton & Cragg (see M. inferior). 
Musca hilli, J. & B., described as 

new from Queensland, VIII. 189; 

a synonym of M. ventrosa, q.v. 
Musca humilis, Wied. [angustifrons , 

Thomp., eutaeniata, 'Big.,proniisca, 

Awati), in Australia, IX. 119; 

in houses in Britain, II. 19, III. 

175; in India, VI. 63, 64, VIII. 

159, 160, IX. 103, 208; in 

Mesopotamia, IX. 15, 102, VIII. 

15; and disease, VIII. 15; 

Herpetomonas muscae-domesticae 

in, IX. 208; bionomics of, VI. 63, 

64, VIII 159, 160, IX. 15, 102, 

103; synonymy of, IX. 102, X. 

104. 
Musca incerta, Patton, described as 

new from Madras, X. 196 ; 

breeding-places of, X. 196. 
Musca indica, Awati (see M. cinga- 

laisina) . 
Musca (Ptilolepis) inferior, Stein, 

in Oriental Region, I. 210, VI. 

131, X. 104 ; in Philippines, VII. 

194; described as Phitaematomyia 

gurneyi, sp. n., I. 210; mouth 

parts of, I. 229; the type of 

Ptilolepis, IX. 76. 
Musca insignis, Aust. (see M. 

crassirostris) . 
Musca kasauliensis, Awati (see M. 

ventrosa). 
Musca larvipara, Schnabl & 

Dziedzicki, M . corvina vivipara a 

synonym of, X. 104. 
Mitsca latiparafrons, Awati (see 

M. gibsoni). 
Musca leprae, L., III. 113. 
Musca [Philaematomyia, Pristiryhn- 

chomyia) lineata, Brunetti, in 

Oriental Region, X. 104; mouth 

parts of, I. 229; generic position 

of, I. 210. 
Musca lusoria, Wied. (see M. 

convexifrons). 
Musca meridiana (see Mesembrina). 
Musca nu'snpotamiensis, Patton, de- 



scribed as new from Mesopotamia, 

IX. 15 ; bionomics of, IX. 15. 
Musca nebulo, F. (determinata, 

Wlk.), in Australia. IX. 119; in 
India, I. 208, VI. 63, 64, IX. 208 ; 
in Mesopotamia, IX. 15; asso- 
ciated with man in Oriental 
Region, X. 104 ; Herpetomonas in, 
I. 208, IX. 208; not transmitting 
oriental sore, IX. 208; bionomics 
of, VI. 63, 64, IX. 15; frequent- 
ing houses. III. 175; chemistry 
of saliva of, III. 42; mouth 
parts of, I. 229. 

Musca nigrithorax, Stein (see M. 
ventrosa). 

Musca ovipara, Portch. (see M. 
autumnalis). 

Musca pattoni, Aust., relation of, 
to domestic animals in Oriental 
Region, X. 104 ; blood-feeding 
habits of, I. 209; chemistry of 
saliva of. III. 42. 

Musca pilosa, Awati (see M . bezzii). 

Musca pollinosa. Stein (see M. 
cingalaisina). 

Musca praecox, Wlk. (see M. hu- 
milis) . 

Musca prashadi, Patton, described 
as new from Kashmir, X. 196. 

Musca protnisca, Awati (see M. 
humilis) . 

Musca (Eumusca) pumila, Macq. 
(vetustissima, Wlk.), distribution 
of, X. 104; in Australia, I. 
165, VII. 187, VIII. 187, 189, 

X. 14, 15 (humilis in error), 
X. 168 ; transmission of Habro- 
nema by, I. 165, VIII. 187, 189» 
X. 15 (humilis in error) ; not 
experimentally transmitting on- 
chocerciasis, III. 207, VIII. 174; 
bionomics of, X. 14; in houses, 
III. 175; synonymy of, X. 168. 

Musca putoria,'^^ led. (see Chrysom- 
yia albiceps). 

Musca senior-whitei, Patton, de- 
scribed as new from Madras, X. 
196 ; attacking cattle, X. 196. 

Musca setigera, Awati (see M. 
albomaculata) . 

Musca spinohumera, Awati, in Ori- 
ental Region, X. 104 ; a haema- 
tophagous species, X. 104. 

Musca spinosa, Awati (see M. 
pattoni). 

Musca (Biomyia) tempestata, Bezzi, 
feeding in conjunction with Sto- 
moxys in Zanzibar, VI. 46. 

Musca tempestiva. Fall., bionomics 
of, in Mesopotamia, IX. 15. 

Musca terraereginae, Johnst. & 



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Bancr., described as new, VIII. 
189 ; in Australasian Region, 
VIII. 187, 189, X. 104, 168; 

transmitting Habvonema in 
Queensland, VIII. 187, 189, X. 
15 ; not experimentally trans- 
mitting on:hocerciasis, VIII. 174. 
Miisca venirosa, Wied. [hilli, J. & 
B.. nigrithorax, Stein), distribu- 
tion of, X. 104; in Australia, 
VIII. 187. 189, IX. 119, X. 15, 
138; in India, VI. 63; trans- 
mitting Habronema, VIII. 187, 
X. 15; bionomics of, VIII. 189; 
described as M. hilli, sp. n., 

VIII. 187 ; synonymy of, X. 104. 
Musca vctustissima, Wlk. (see M. 

pumila) . 
Musca vicaria, Wlk. (see M. do- 

mestica) . 
Musca villeneuvei, Patton, described 

as new from India, X. 196; 

breeding-places of, X. 196. 
Musca [Plaxemyia] vitripennis, Mg., 

bionomics of, in Mesopotamia, 

IX. 15; in Russia, I. 151. 
Musca vomitoria (see Calliphora). 
muscae, Macrocheles ; Spalangia 

(see S. rugosicollis). 
muscardini, Demodex. 
muscaria, Phorbia. 
muscarum, A cants; Stenomalus ; 

Trombidium . 
muscidarum, Spalangia. 
Muscidifurax raptor, Gir. & Saund., 

parasite of flies in Britain, VIII. 

Muscina, VII. 40; larva of, in 
jife nest of Passer griseus, II. 69. 
Muscina assimilis, Fall., in Canada, 

III. 155; in. U.S.A., IV. 5, V. 
125, VII. 10 ; seasonal prevalence 
of, V. 125, VII. 10; trap for, 

IV. 5. 

Muscina lictevochaeta (see Passerom- 

yia). 
Muscina pabitlorunt, Fin., in Britain, 

III. 89, IV. 143; in Russia, 
I. 109; bionomics of, I. 109, 

IV. 143. 

Muscina {Cvvtoneiira) stabiilans, 
Fall., in Australia, III. 210, 
VIII. 189, IX. 155; in Austria, 
VI. 81; in Britain, I. 66, II. 19, 
III. 89, 175, IV. 87, 109, 121, 
143, VIII. 22; in Canada, III. 
155; in Egypt, VI. 239; in 
Gallipoli, IV. 92, VI. 26; in 
Korea, VII. 142, X. 45, 2C6 ; 
in Manchuria, X. 45; in Poland, 
VIII. 119; in Russia, I. 108; 
in Sweden, VII. 157; in U.S.A., 



III. 61, 62, IV. 5, V. 125, 145, 
VI. 103, 116, VII. 10; on the 
battlefield, IV. 17 ; causing myia- 
sis, I. 67, 110, X. 45; bionomics 
of, I. 108-110, IV. 143 ; hiberna- 
tion uf, X. 206; bred from 
rotting potatoes, VIII. 189 ; sea- 
sonal prevalence of, V. 125, VII. 
10; in dead bodies, IX. 121; 
dispersal of, by man, IV. 98 ; 
attacking larvae of other Muscids, 
I. 108, II. 134; possibly a 
parasite of snails, X. 23 ; para- 
sitised by Dibrachys cavus, VIII. 
22; baits and traps for, II. 
Ill, IV. 5, V. 45, VI. 116. 

inusciili, Ctenophthalnms ; Demodex ; 
Leptopsylla [CtenopsyUa) ; Notoe- 
dvus {Noioedres) . 

mnsgravii, Tabanus. 

niusica, Say, Psorophora yjanthino- 
soma) (see P. sayi). 

miisica, auct., Psorophora [J anthino- 
soma) (see P. posticatn). 

inustelae, Ceratophylliis. 

'.nutans, Cnemidocoptes {Sarcoptes). 

mutatum, Simulium {Prosimuliuni). 

mutilatus, Carpophilus. 

Mutilla auxiliaris. Turner, described 
as new from Portuguese E. Africa, 
VIII. 113; parasite of Glossina 
niorsitans, VIII. 113. 

Mutilla benefactrix. Turner, de- 
scribed as new, IV. 116 ; parasite 
of Glossina niorsitans in Nyasa- 
land, IV. 113, 116, VIII. 207. 

Mutilla glossina. Turner, VIII. 113; 
described as new. III. 118; 
parasite of Glossina niorsitans 
in Nyasaland and Rhodesia, III. 
142, IV. 28, 65, 113, 116, 117, 
122, VIII. 206. 

Mvcetaulus bipunctatiis. Fall., in 
starlings' nests in Finland, X. 
166. 

Mycetobia pallipes, Mg., Hclicos- 
poridium parasiticum infecting, 
IX. 148. 

Mycteronivia, blood-sucking habits 
"of, I. 66. 

Mycterotypus laurae (see Tersesthes). 

Mydaea, infesting birds' nests in 
Central and S. America, VIII. 
69 ; in Eritrea, IV. 156 ; larvae 
of, parasitic on woodpeckers. III. 
122. 
Mydaea anomala, Jaenn. (see Phi- 
1 lornis pici). 
Mvdaea impuncta, Fall., in houses 
in Britain, IV. 144. 
I Mvdaea lucorum, Fall., bionomics 
; of, in Britain, IV. 143. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



151 



Mydaea [Myospila) meditahunda, 
F., in houses in Britain, IV. 144; 
in Canada, III. 155; bionomics 
of, in Russia, I. 150. 

Mvdaea obscurata, Mg., in houses in 
Britain, IV. 144. 

Mydaea pic i (see Philornis). 

Mydaea torqnans (see Philornis). 

Mydaea uliginosa, Fall., in houses 
in Britain, IV. 144. 

Mydaea itrbana, Mg., in houses 
in Britain, IV. 144; in Russia, 
I. 151. 

Mylabris, use of, in niedicine, X. 60. 

Mylabris chicorii, F., cantharidin 
obtained from, X. 128. 

Mylabris nubica, de Marseul, affect- 
ing man in Khartoum, VI. 194. 

Mylabris phalerata. Fall., canthari- 
din obtained from, in China, X. 
128. 

Mylabris sidae, F., cantharidin ob- 
tained from, in China, X. 128. 

Myobia, on Pityinys savii in Italy, 
"VIII. 201. 

Myobia ensifera, Poppe, on Mus 
norvegicus in Britain, III. 9. 

Myodopsvlla gentilis, J. & R., 
described as new from bats in 
British Columbia, IX. 61. 

Myodopsylla subnlata, Chapin, on 
Myotis suhulatus in U.S.A., VII. 
121. 

Myonyssiis, on rats, I. 229. 

Myonyssus deciimani, Tir., on Mus 
niHsculus in Britain, IV. 142; 
in West Indies, I. 186. 

Myonyssus gigas, Oudms., hosts of, 
"in Britain, IV. 142. 

Myospila meditabunda (see Mydaea). 

Myotyphlns, on rats in Tasmania, 
VI. 157. 

Myrmecia, attacking man in Aus- 
tralia, X. 168. 

Myzomyia, a subgenus of Anopheles, 
q.v. 

myzomyifacies, Anopheles [Pyreto- 
phorus) (see A. hispaniola). 

Myzorhynchella, a subgenus of A no- 
'pheles (q.v.), VII. 23. 

Myzorhynchus, a subgenus of Ano- 
pheles, q.v. 

N. 

nadayanus, Culicoides. 
nagamiensis, Tabanus. 
nairobiensis, Ixodes, 
nantuckensis, Tabanus atvattis. 
nanulus, Culicoides. 
nanum, Simulium. 



nanus, Deniodex. 

naponense, Amblyomma. 

nasalis, Gastrophilus {Rhinogastro- 
philus) ; Rhinoestrus (see R. 
purpureiis). 

Nasonia brevicornis, Ashm., parasite 
of blow-flies in Australia, III. 
15, 185, IV. 179, V. 6, 166, VII. 
100, 124, VIII. 13, 174, IX 155, 
156, X. 1, 2, 56, 134, 205; 
parasite of flies in Britain, VIII. 
22, 218; in Chile, III. 15; 
parasite of Phormia azurea in 
Europe, VI. 155; parasite of 
Stomoxys calcitrans in France, X. 
30 ; introduced into New Zealand, 
X. 165 ; parasite of Lucilia and 
Phormia in U.S.A., IV. 2 ; experi- 
ments with, as a parasite of 
Glossina, V. 157-159: bionomics 
of. III. 16, X. 134. 

nasutus, Rhodnius. 

natalensis. Anopheles ; Psoroptes. 

natricis, Ophionyssus. 

Naucoris, in Russia, I. 195; pre- 
dacious on Anopheline larvae, 
IX. 142. 

Naucoris cimicoides, L., inoculation 
of, with Leptomonads, IX. 144. 

nearctica, Sarcophaga scoparia'. 

nearcticus, Aedes [Ochlerofatus) (see 
A. alpinus). 

neavei, Culicoides ; Pangonia ; Rhi- 
picephalus ; Simulium. 

nebulo, Musca. 

nebulosus, Culex [Culiciomyia). 

Necreninus leucarthros, Thoms., 
parasite of flies in Britain, VIII. 
22. 

Necrobia ruficollis, F., bionomics of, 
in British Isles, VIII. 58. 

Necrobia rufipes, DeG., on hides 
from India, III. 143; found in 
copra, VIII. 150. 

Necrophoriis fossor, Erichs., in dead 
bodies, IX. 121. 

Necrophoriis humator, F., predacious 
on flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

nefanda, Haematopota. 

negativus, Tabanus. 

neglectus, Phlebotomus. 

negrensis, Wyeomyia. 

neiveti, Culex : Uranotaenia. 

neivai. Anopheles {Dendropaedium) ; 
Diachlorus ; Sarcophaga. 

neniocallosus , Tabanus. 

Neniopoda cylindrica, F., bionomics 
of, in Britain, IV. 143 ; in France, 
II. 134; breeding-places of, in 
U.S.A., VI. 116; spread of, by 
human agency, V. 192. 

nemopunctatus , Tabanus. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



nemoralis, Tabanus. 
Nemorius, IX. 144; in Russia, III. 
195 ; notice of key to, IX. 46. 

Nemorius singularis (see Mesomyia). 
nemorosiis, Mg., Aedes (Culex) (see 

A. coininunis). 
nemorosus, auct., Culicada (Ochlero- 

tatus) (see Aedes pnnctor var. 

meigenanus) . 
nemorum, Ritteria. 
nemotiiberculatus , Tabanus. 
neoapicalis, Psorophora [Culex, Jan- 

thinosoma) (see P. confinnis). 
Neocalliphora ochracea, Schiner, in 

Australia, III. 14, 185, V. 6, 

VIII. 73, IX. 155; bionomics 

of, V. 6. 
Neocellia (see Anopheles). 
Neoceratopogon belliis, Coq., in 

Illinois, IV. 55. 
Neochrysops, gen. n., VII. 128. 
Neochrysops globosus, McAtee & 

Walton, described as new from 

U.S.A., VII. 128. 
Neoculex, X. 153 ; a subgenus of 

Culex [q.v.), VIII. 101. 
Neocuierebra squamosa, Griinb., in- 
festing the African elephant, 

III. 100, IV. 40, VI. 107, VII. 117. 
Neohaematopiiius antennatus, Os- 

born, var. semifasciaiits, Ferris, 

on squirrel in N. America, IV. 

177. 
neolatifrons , Tabanus. 
Neomacleaya australis, Tayl. nee 

Erichs., described as new, IV. 11 ; 

a synonym of Culex hilli, q.v. 
Neomelanoconion chrysothorax (see 

Culex) . 
Neomelanoconion palpal is (see 

A edes) . 
Neomyzomyia (see Anopheles), 
neopalpalis, Tabanus. 
Neophlebotomus, a subgenus of 

Phlebotomus (q.v.), IX. 22. 
Neopollenia stygia (see Pollenia). 
Neopollenia villosa, R.-D. (see 

Pollenia stygia). 
Neopsylla faceta, Roths., described 

as new from squirrel in U.S.A., 

IV. 33. 

Neopsylla inopina, Roths., described 

as new from rodents in Canada, 

IV. 33. 
Neopsylla secura. Roths., described 

as new from Epimys in India, 

IV. 33. 
Neopsylla similis, Chapin, on Pero- 

myscus in U.S.A., VII. 121. 
Neopsylla spinea, Roths., described 

as new from Rumania, IV. 33 ; 

hosts of, IV. 33. 



Neopsylla stevensi. Roths., de- 
scribed as new from Epimys 
fulvescens in India, IV. 33. 

Neopsylla testor, Roths., described 
as new from U.S.A., IV. 33. 

Neosquamomyia, gen. n., II. 135. 

Neosquamomyia breinli (see Armi- 
geres) . 

Neostethopheles aitkeni (see Ano- 
pheles). 

Neotabanus comitans, Wied., in 
Brazil, III. 81, IV. 36, VI. 90. 

Neotabanus dorsiger, Wied., in Bra- 
zil, VI. 90. 

Neotabanus ixyostactes, Wied., in 
Brazil, III. 81. 

Neotabanus modes tus, Wied., in 
Brazil, VI. 90. 

Neotabanus obsoletus, Wied., in 
Brazil, III. 81. 

Neotabanus {Tabanus) ochrophilus, 
Lutz, in Brazil, II. 107, III. 81, 
IV. 36. 

Neotabanus triangulum, Wied., in 
Brazil, III. 81, IV. 36; larva of. 
II. 107. 

Neotabanus trilineatus (see Tabanus) . 

neotricolor, Erephopsis. 

Neottiophyllum praeustum, Mg., 
parasitising birds in Central Eiir- 
ope, IX. 20, X. 140. 

Nepa cinerea, L., predacious on 
mosquito larvae in Macedonia, 

• VI. 162; experimental trans- 
mission of flagellates of, III. 68. 
154, VI. 44, 103, VIII. 42, IX. 96. 

nepenthis, Rachionotomyia. 

nervosa, Aspilota. 

neumanni , Haemaphy sails. 

nevadensis, Hemileuca. 

Nevermannia (see Simulium). 

newsteadi, Culicoides. 

Newsteadia (see Sergentiomyia). 

Neivsteadina, gen. n., proposed for 
Stomoxys fuscus, IX. 207. 

nicceriensis, Culex. 

nicnic, Phlebotomus. 

nidi, Haemogamasus. 

nidicola, Camus [Hylemyia) ; Cor- 
ticaria. 

nidulans, Sarcopterinus. 

nigellus, Culicoides. 

niger, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) ; Chry- 
sops ; Culex nocturnus. 

nigeriae, Culicoides ; Dasyhelea. 

nigeriensis, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 

nigerrima, Culiciomyia (see Culex 
minutissimus) ; Uranotaenia. 

nigerrimus, Anopheles (see A. hyr- 
canus) ; Mucidus ; Phlebotomus 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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nigra, 01 fersia; Ophyra ; Spalangia; 

Stomoxys. 
nigrans, Anopheles (see A. karwari). 
nigrescens, Aedes (see Culex castren- 

sis) ; Culex {Danielsia) . 
nigricans, Cuterebra ; Dasyhelea ; 

Metoponaplos ; Ornithoctona ; 

Taeniorhynchus [Mansonia] . 
nigricephalus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus) . 
nigriceps, Chrysomyia (see C. com- 

brea). 
nigrifacies, Tabanus. 
nigrimana, Lonchaea. 
nigrinus, Aedes [Culicada, Ochlero- 
tatus) (see A. sticticus). 
nigripalpis, Lucilia (see L. sylvar- 

uni). 
nigripalpus, Culex. 
nigripennis, Chrysomyia (see C. 

marginalis) ; Culicoides ; Ecten- 

opsis vulpecula ; Haematopota ; 

Pelecorhynchus. 
nigripes, Aedes {Culex, Ochlerotatus) 

(see A. alpinus) ; Anopheles (Coe- 

lodiazesis) (see A . plumbeus) ; 

Chrysops ; Palpomyia ; Urano- 

taeiiin. 
nigripes var. sylvae, Aedes (see A. 

sticticus). 
nigrirostris, Culex fatigans. 
nigristigma, Diachlorus. 
nigritarsis, Anopheles {Myzorhyn- 

chella) ; Tabanus. 
nigrithorax, A edes [Ochlerotatus) ; 

Musca (see M. ventrosa). 
nigritibialis, Dicrobezzia. 
nigritta, Olfersia. 
nigritulus, Culex. 
nigroapicalis, Silvius. 
nigrocincta, Cuterebra. 
nigrofusca, Dasyhelea ; Glossina. 
nigrolineatus , Dermacentor. 
nigromaculis, Aedes. 
nigrosignatus, Taeniorhynchus (see 

T. giblini). 
nigrostriatus, Tabanus. 
nigroviolacea, Paratricyclea. 
nigrovittatiis, Demoplatus ; Tabanus. 
nigrum, Homoeomma ; SimuHum 

[Wilhelmia) . 
nilgiricus, Culex. 
nilgiriensis, Ceratophyllus . 
nili. Anopheles, 
nilicola, Atrichopogon. 
niligena, Ceratopogon. 
Nilobezzia armata, Kieff., described 

as new from Sudan, X. 52. 
Nilobezzia armata var. albipennis, 

Kieff., described as new from 

Sudan, X. 52. 
Nilobezzia armata var. flaviventris. 



Kieff., described as new from 
Sudan, X. 52. 
Nilobezzia armata var. fusca, Kieff., 
described as new from Sudan, 
X. 52. 
nilogenits, Culicoides. 
Nilohelia albipennis, Kieft., de- 
scribed as new from Sudan, X. 
52. 
nilophilus, Culicoides . 
nilotica, Lepidohelea. 
niloticus, Atrichopogon conglomera- 

tus. 
nimbus, Anopheles {Stethomyia). 
niphadopsis, Aedes. 
Niptus hololeucus, Fald., infesting 

casein in Britain, IV. 179. 
Nirmus, feeding on blood, IX. 43. 
nitens, Dermacentor ; Rhipicephalus 

(see R. appendiculatus). 
nitidifrons, Simuliuni ornatum. 
nitidula, Psilohelea. 
nitidum, Hyalomma ; Pseudoselaso- 
ma ; SimuHum (see S. amazoni- 
cum) . 
nitidus, Sabethoides. 
Nitzschia pulicaris, Nitzsch (see 

Dennyus truncatus) . 
nivarleti, Rhinoestrus. 
niveitaeniata, Theobaldia. 
niveopalpis. Anopheles (see A. 

eiseni) . 
niveovittata, Erephopsis (see Osca 

limbithorax) . 
niveus, Dermacentor reticulatus. 
nivipes. Anopheles fuliginosus ; 
Trichoprosopon ; Uranotaenicu 

[Anisocheleomyia) . 
nivipous, Uranotaenia. 
nivosus, Tabanus. 
nobile, SimuHum. 
nobilis, Lucilia (see L. sericata). 
noctifer, Chrysops. 

nocturnus, Culex (see Aedes vexans) ; 
Taeniorhynchus (Chrysoconops) 
(see T. cristatus). 
nodosus, Chelifer {Chernes). 
nolleri, SimuHum. 

normanensis, Aedes {Culex, Ochlero- 
tatus). 
Nosomma, gen. n., IX. 44. 
Nosomma {Hyalomma) monstrosum, 
Nutt. & Warb., IX. 44; on 
pigs in India, VII. 69. 
notata, Chloropisca ; Phora ; Sca- 

topse. 
notatus, Silvius. 
Notoedres (see Notoedrus). 
notoedres, Sar copies (see Notoedrus 

muris) . 
Notoedrus {Notoedres) , causing 
mange in rats, I. 103, X. 4; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



measures against, on rabbits, X. 

60. 
Notoedrus {Notoedres) alepis, R. & 

L., possibly infesting rats, IX. 

122. 
Notoedrus {Notoedres, Sarcoptes) cati, 

Hering, causing mange in cats, 

V. 128; remedies against, III. 5. 
Notoedrus (Notoedres) cati var. cuni- 

culi, Gerl., causing mange in 
rabbits, VI. 94. 

Notoedrus (Notoedres, Sarcoptes) 
ciiniculi var. minor, Raill., in- 
festing rabbits, III. 226. 

Notoedrus (Notoedres) muris, Megn., 
at Accra, VI. 16 ; in Britain, 
III. 9; infesting rats. III. 9, 

VI. 16, IX. 122, X. 43. 
Notoedrus (Notoedres) musculi, Oud., 

probably infesting rats, IX. 122. 

Notonecta, predacious on mosquito 
larvae, I. 195, III. 69, V. 104, 
VI. 39, IX. 75, 142. 

Notorrecta glauca, L., predacious 
on mosquito larvae in India and 
Macedonia, II. 154, VI. 162; 
inoculation of, with Leptomonads, 
IX. 144. 

notoscriptus, Aedes (Ochlevotatiis, 
Scutomyia). 

novumhrosus , Anopheles (Myzorhyn- 
chus). 

noxialis, Dermatohia (Cuterebra) (see 
D. hominis). 

nubeculosus, Ciilicoides. 

nubica, Mylabris ; Xenopsylla. 

nubilus, Aedes. 

nudatus, A noniiopsyllus . 

nudipennis, Dasyhelca. 

nudus, Cytoleichus (Cytodites) ; Ptil- 
onyss us ; Tahan us. 

nummular ia, Uropoda. 

nursei, Pyretophorus (see Anopheles 
superpictus). 

nurus, Sarcophaga (see 5. haemorr- 
hoidalis). 

nuttalli, Ixodes ; Laelaps. 

nyassae, Liponyssus. 

Nycteridocoptcs pteropi, Rodh. & 
Gedoelst, described as new from 
bats in Belgian Congo, IX. 114. 

Nycterophilia, gen. n., V. 29. 

Nycterophilia coxata, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Macrotus 
californicus in California, V. 29. 

Nygmia phaeorrhoea, Don., urtica- 
ting spines of, VI. 230. 

Nysius, probably transmitting fla- 
gellates to Euphorbia, IX. 106, 
107, 120. 

Nyssomyzomyia (see Anopheles). 



Nysson, predacious on flies in 

Australia, VI. 68. 
Nyssorhynchtts (see Anopheles). 

o. 

obertliuri, Microstyluni. 

obesa, Volucclla. 

obliquemaculatus, Tabanus (see T. 

leucostoniiis). 
obliquits, Tabanus. 
oblita, Dendromyia ; Psorophora 

(J anthinosoma) (see P. posticata). 
obliterata, Adalia. 
oblongata, Stomoxys (see 5. oblongo- 

punctata), 
oblongi folia , A mblycorypha. 
oblongoguttatum, A mblyomma. 
oblongopunctata, Stomoxys. 
obreptans, Siniuliu}u. 
obscura, Dasyhelca ; Silpha ; Uran- 

otaenia. 
obscurata, Mydaea. 
obscurehirttis , Tabanus. 
obscuripes, Tabanus. 
obscurissinius, Tabanus. 
obscurus, Aedes (see A. communis); 

Culex (Acalleomyia) ; Tenebrio. 
obsoleta, Haematopota. 
obsoletus, Chrvsops ; CitUcoides , 

Eristalis ; Neotabanus. 
obturbans, Armigeres (Desvoidya, 

Stegomyia). 
occidentalis, Aedes (Culex, Ochlero- 

tatus) ; Anopheles (see A. maculi- 

pennis) ; Dermacentor rcticulatus ; 

Rothschildella. 
occulta, Wyeomyia. 
oceaniae, Calliphora (Paracaliiphora) 

(see Anastellorhina augur). 
ocellatus, Culex. 
och i , Pygiopsylla . 
Ochlerotatus, a subgenus of Aedes, 

q.v. 
Ochlerotatus -jamaicensis (see Psoro- 
phora) . 
Ochlerotatus pulchripalpis (see Ortho- 

podomyia) . 
ochracea, Dichelacera ; Neocalliphora. 
ochraceus, Aedes (Ochlerotatiis). 
ochreoflavus, Tabanus-. 
ochrescentipes, Simnlium. 
ochripalpis, Sarcophaga (see S. 

irrequieta). 
ochroleucus, Tabanus. 
Ochroniyia, VII. 121. 
Ochroniyia jejuna, F., predacious 

habits of, in India, VI. 131. 
ochrophilus, Neotabanus (Tabanus). 
Ochrops (Atylotus) fulvus, Mg., IX. 

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Och.ro ps kevteszi (see Tabanus). 

Ochvops loewiaiiHs, Villen., described 
as new, IX. 145; formerly 
contused with O. fiilvus, IX. 145. 

ochrosoma, Kempia. 

ochrothorax, Culicoidds. 

ochrura, Wyeomyia. 

Ocinarcl lewinae (see Trilocha). 

ocossa, Ciile.x (Melanoconion). 

octosis;natus, Culicoides. 

ociilata, Lncilia (female) (see L. 
pilata) ; (male) (see L. caesar). 

ociilata, Tkelida. 

oculatus, Ceratophyllus ; Rhipice- 
phaliis ; Tabanus. 

oculipibis, Tabanus fuscipes. 

oculus, Tabanus. 

Odagrnia (see Simulium). 

odiatus, Culicoides. 

odibilis, Culicoides. 

Odoniomachus ruficeps, Sm., var. 
aciitidens, Forel, predacious on 
Lvperosia exigiia in Australia, 
VI. 119. 

Odontomyia virgo, Wied., found in 
nest of Bembex spinolae in N. 
America, V. 74. 

■Oecaciis hirimdinis (see Civnex). 

Oecophylla smaragdina, F., attacking 
man in Australia, X. 168. 

Oecothea fenestralis, Fin., in houses 
in Britain, IV. 102. 

Oedemagena tarandi, L., infesting 
caribou in N. Canada, VII. 196 
in Lapland, VIII. 74, X. 40 
infesting reindeer in Norway 
VI. 78 ; bionomics and control of 
X. 40; spiracles in larva of, VI 
139; egg of, VI. 166. 

oestyoides, Adersia [Melissomorplia) . 

Oestromyia martnotae, Gedoelst, de- 
scribed as new from marmot in 
Central Asia, VIT. 116. 

Oestrus, in imported goats in Dutch 
E. Indies, X. 232; hosts of, V. 
49. 

Oestrus aureoargeniatus , Rodh. & 
Be(i., infesting haartebeeste in 
Africa, III. 146, 198. VII. 170. 

Oestrus bertvandi, Rodh. & Beq., 
described as new. III. 146; a 
synonym of O. variolosus, q.v. 

Oestrus compositus, Gedoelst, de- 
scribed as new from antelopes 
in Africa, VII. 116. 

Oestrus disjiinctus, Gedoelst, de- 
scribed as riew, VII. 116 ; in- 
festing antelopes in Africa, VII. 
116, 170. 

Oestrus interruptits, Gedoelst, de- 
scribed as new from haartebeeste 
in Africa, VII. 170. 



Oestrus macdonaldi, Ged., infesting 
haartebeeste in Africa, VII. 170. 

Oestrus macropi (see Tracheomvia). 

Oestrus maculator (see CepJialopsis 
titillator) . 

Oestrus ovis, L., in E. Africa, VII 
170; in W. Africa, III. 99 
in Argentina, 1. 148 ; in Australia 
IV. 183, VI. 93, VII. 12, VIII 
74, 138, IX. 105; in Brazil 
VI. 130; in Egypt, VI. 239; in 
France, X. 54 ; in Germany, IV 
10 ; in India and Mesopotamia 
IX. 102; in Mexico, X. 69; in 
New Zealand, VII. 180, X. 183 
in Russia, I. 134; in Turkey, X. 
159 ; in U.S.A., III. 149, VI^ 170, 
IX 110, 183, X. 170, 199; 
infesting goats in Zanzibar, III. 
48, VI. 47 ; infesting man, I. 134, 
193, III. 32, 152, 159, VIII. 
66, 151, 169, X. 54, 159; 
effect of, in sheep, IV. 10 ; 
causing anaphylaxis in sheep, 
VI. 44; bionomics of, I. 134-137, 
234, VI. 93, IX. 102, 110, 183; 
measures against, I. 136, 148, 
II. 64, V. 177, VI. 93, 170, VIII. 
138, IX. 102, 110, 183 ; posterior 
stigmata of larva of, II. 131. 

Oestrus purpureus (see Rhinoestriis). 

Oestrus titillator (see CepJialopsis]. 

Oestrus variolosus, Lw. [bertrandi, 
Rodh. & Beq.), infesting haarte- 
beeste in Africa, II. 91, HI. 99., 
198, IV. 22; larva of O. interrup- 
tus recorded as, VII. 170 ; synon- 
ymy of, IV. 22 ; described as 
O. bertrandi, sp. n.. III. 146. 

okinawanus, Tabamis. 

oknos, Tabanus. 

oldi, Ixodes; Pangonia. 

oleae, Dacus. 

olens, Helomyza. 

oleracea, Tipiila. 

oleraceum, Eurydema {Pentatoma). 

Olfersia, infesting birds in Brazil, 
VI. 92. 

Olfersia albipennis. Say, on birds 
in U.S.A., IV. 169, x! 148. 

Olfersia americana. Leach, on birds 
in U.S.A., IV. 169, X. 148. 

Olfersia angustifrons, Wulp, on birds 
in U.S.A., IV. 169. 

Olfersia botaurinorum, Swenk, de- 
scribed as new from birds in 
U.S.A., IV. 169. 

Olfersia capensis (see Lynchia). 

Olfersia fusca, Macq., on birds in 
Brazil, IV. 138. 

Olfersia holoptera, Lutz, Nei\a & 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Costa Lima, described as new 
from birds in Brazil, IV. 138. 

Olfersia intertropica, Wlk., on birds 

in U.S.A., IV. 169. 
Olfersia (Ortholfersia) macleayi, 

Leach, hosts of, in Australia, 

III. 17, VIII. 73. 

Olfersia nigra, Perty, on swallows 
in Brazil, TV. 138". 

Olfersia vigrita, Speis., in Philip- 
pines, VIII. 193. 

Olfersia palustris, Lutz, Neiva & 
Costa Lima, described as new 
from birds in Brazil, IV. 137. 

Olfersia raptatorimi, Lutz, Neiva & 
Costa Lima, described as new 
from birds in Brazil, IV. 138. 

Olfersia sciitellaris, Swenk, described 
as new from birds in U.S.A., 

IV. 169. 

Olfersia wolcotti, Swenk, described 
as new from birds in U.S.A., 
IV. 169. 

oligocena, Glossina {Paloes/nis). 

olivata, Bembex. 

oliviae, Hemileuca. 

Omaloplia, destroyed by Tabanid 
larvae. III. 195. 

omega, Sarcofhaga {Parasarco- 
phaga) : Stomoxys. 

omikron, Sarcophaga. 

omoxantha, Dasyhelea. 

omurensis, A edes {Ecculex) (see A . 
alhosciitellatifs). 

Oncopeltus famelicus, F., parasitised 
bv Leptomonas, T. 141. 

Onesia cognata, Mg., bionomics of, 
in Britain, IV. 145. 

Onitis phartopus, Dalm., attempted 
introduction of, into Hawaii 
against Lyperosia ivitans, X. 83. 

onondagensis, A edes (see A. dorsalis). 

Onthophagiis hifasciatus, F., infesting 
the human intestine in Ceylon 
and India, VIII. 160, X. 81." 

Onthophagus hecate, Panzer, Gongy- 
loiiema scutatnni found in, in 
U.S.A., IV. 63. 

Onthophagus pennsylvan icus, Harold, 
Gongvlonema scutatum found in, 
in U.S.A., IV. 63. 

Ortthophagiis pitgnax, Harold, at- 
tempted introduction of, into 
Hawaii against Lvperosia irritans, 
X. 83. 

opaca, Erephopsis ; Lyrosoma ; 

Phora (Trupheoneura). 

opacum, Pseudoselasoma. 

opacus, Phanurus. 

Ophionyssiis natricis, Gerv., infest- 
ing Viprra libetiiia in Algeria, 
vi. 139. 



Ophyra aencscens, Wied., in TJ.S.A., 

V. 92, IX. 194; dispersion of, 

by flight, IX. 194. 
0-bhvra analis, Mac:) , in Australi;:, 
'VIII. 74, IX. i55; infesting 

sheep in New Zealand, X. 204. 
Ophyra cadaver ina (see Pyr cilia). 
Ophyra chalcogaster, Wied., in Dutch 

E. Indies, VIII. 71. 
Ophyra hirtiiibia, Stein, described 

as new from Dutch E. Indies, 

VIII. 71. 
Ophyra leucosloma, Wied., in Bri- 
tain, IV. 109, 143; in U.S.A., 

IV. 5, V. 92, 125, 145, VI. 116. 

VII. 10, 121, IX. 194; bionomics 

of, IV. 143 ; seasonal prevalence 

of. V. 125, VII. 10; dispersion 

of, by flight, VII. 121, IX. 194; 

breeding-places of, VI. 116; not 

ovipositing on meat, VI. 81; 

traps for, IV. 5, V. 45. 
Ophyra nigra, Wied., in Australia, 

III. 15, 185, IV. 183, V. 6, 166^ 

VII. 100, IX. 65, 155, X. 1, 56; 

in Korea, VII. 142, IX. 180» 

X. 206; bionomics of, V. 6, IX. 

65, 155 ; infesting sheep, V. 166 ; 

hibernation of, IX. 180, X. 206; 

parasites of, VII. 100, X. 1, 56; 

anatoinv of larva of, IX. 64. 
Ophvra simplex. Stein, in Dutch E. 

Indies, VIII. 71. 
Ophyra spinigera, Stein, in Dutch E, 

Indies, VIII. 71. 
Opifex fuscus, Hutton, in New 

Zealand, IX. 133, X. 155; new 

sub-family proposed for, X. 155 ; 

systematic position of, IX. 133. 
optatus, Tabanus. 
Orasenia viridis, Ashm., planidium 

stage of, IX. 45. 
orbitale, Simulium. 
oreophilus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) . 
orientalis. Anopheles {Neomyzomyia) 

punctulatus ; Blatta [Periplaneta) ; 

Chrysomyia (see C albiceps) ; 

Culex ; Vespa. 
orientis, Tabanus. 
originator, Culex. 
or ion, Tabanus. 
ornata, Rachionotom,yia [Aedes, 

Stegomyia) ; Uranotaenia. 
ornatipes, Lepidohelea. 
ornatissimus , Tabanus. 
ornatothoracis, Culex, 
ornatum, Eurydema [Pentatoma) ," 

Simulium. 
ornatus, Mg., Aedes (Ochlerotatus, 

Culex, Culicada) (see A. genicu- 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



157 



ornatus, Tayl., Ae>hs {Stegomyia) 
(see Rachionotomyia). 

ornatus, Theo., Acdcs {Skitsea) 
funereus. 

ornatus, Glyciphagus ; Pelecorhyn- 
chus (see P. maculipennis). 

Oruithociona, notice of key to, X. 
226. 

Ornithoctona albiventris, Bau, de- 
scribed as new from owls in 
Cuba, X. 226. 

Ornithoctona erythrocephala, Leach, 
distribution of, X. 148; in 
Brazil, IV. 138; on birds, IV. 
138, X. 148. 

Ornithoctona haitiensis, Big., in 
Cuba, X. 226. 

Ornithoctona nigricans, Leach, in 
New Guinea, III. 155; in Philip- 
pines, VII. 193. 

Ornithodorus, not found in French 
W. Africa and Tunisia, X. 12, 69 ; 
uta probably not carried by, in 
Peru, IV. 63 ; method of trans- 
mission of spirochaetes by, IX. 
204. 

Ornithodorus amhhis. Chamberlain, 
infesting penguins in Peru, IX. 
40. 

Ornithodorus asperus, Warb., de- 
scribed as new from Mesopotamia, 
VII. 70. 

Ornithodorus canestrinii, Bir., in 
Russia, V. 99. 

Ornithodorus coniceps. Can. (see 0. 
talaje var. coniceps). 

Ornithodorus coriaceus, Koch, bio- 
nomics of, in California, IV. 119. 

Ornithodorus crossi, Brumpt, trans- 
mission of surra by, in Punjab, 
X. 63. 

Ornithodorus erraticus, Lucas, in 
N. Africa, VII. 86; on rodents 
in Egypt, III. 47. 

Ornithodorus furcosus, Neum., possi- 
bly transmitting recurrent fever 
in Venezuela, X. 158. 

Ornithodorus lahorensis, Neum., in 
India, V. 39, X. 63; conveying 
relapsing fever in Persia, VIII. 
197 ; feeding on goats, V. 39. 

Ornithodorus marocanus, Velu, de- 
scribed as new, VII. 86; in 
Morocco, VII. 86, IX. 78, 150, 
X. 187; bionomics of, X. 187; 
attacking pigs, VII. 86 ; anatomy 
of, IX. 150. 

Ornithodorus niegnini, Duges, in, S. 
Africa, I. 139, II. 180, V. 186, 
VI. 32, IX. 8, 85, 160; in 
Argentina, VII. 11 ; in Canada, 
IV. 80; in U.S.A., II. 102a, 



105, V. 80, 167, VI. 64, 169, 183, 
VII. 92, 93, VIII. 99, IX, 110; 
hosts of, IV. 80, VI, 64, 169, 

VII. 11, 92, 93, IX, 110, 160; 

bionomics of, V. 167, TX. 8; 
measures against, VI, 32, VII. 
92, 93, IX, 85. 
Orni.tliodorus moubata, Murr,, III. 
44, IV. 131, X, 139 ; in E. Africa, 
I. 76, II. 124, VI. 33, VII. 108, 
151, 176, IX. 93; in Belgian 
Congo, IV. 64, V. 36, VII. 51, 

VIII. 17, X. 44, 146; in French 
Congo, II. 79; in Portuguese 
Congo, II. 117 ; in Madagascar, 
I. 120, V. 19; not found on 
the Niger, X. 172 ; in Nyasaland, 

VIII. 33 ; in N. Rhodesia, I. 171 ; 
in Somaliland, X. 158 ; in Italian 
Somaliland, IV. 70 ; in Uganda, 
III. 151; absent from Zanzibar, 

III. 50; and relapsing fever, 
I. 72, 116, 120, II. 79, 119, 124, 

IV. 64, 119, V. 19, 153, VI 33, 
138, 226, VII. 51, 108, 151, 176, 

IX. 93, X. 28, 146, 158, 219; 
experiments with Leishniania and, 

I. 2, IV. 103; life-history of 
Spirochaeta duttoni in, IX, 85; 
spirochaetes in, I. 33, 215, VI. 
138 ; experimentally infected 
with Trypanosoma cruzi, II. 87, 
VI. 213; attempts to transmit 
Trypanosoma rhodesiense by, I. 
172, IV. 44 ; bionomics of. III. 
151, X. 25, 28, 44, 219 ; effect of 
rearing, on cold-blooded animals, 

X. 219; infesting dogs, III. 4; 
associated with pigs, IV. 44, 
102, V. 36 ; resistance of, to 
various sheep dips, I. 63. 

Ornithodorus piriformis, Warb., de- 
scribed as new from India, VII. 
70. 

Ornithodorus reticulatus, Gerv. (see 
0. talaje). 

Ornithodorus rostratus, Arag., at- 
tacking man in Brazil, IX. 122; 
probably transmitting relapsing 
fever in Colombia, VII. 11; 

0. turicata compared with, \ll. 

II, VIII. 172. 

Ornithodorus savignyi, Audouin, in 
E. Africa, II. 124, 152; in 
India, IV. 91, V. 39; in N. 
Nigeria, III. 129; in Somaliland, 

1. 116, 11. 9, III. 72, 150. 229, 
IV. 70, VII. 151, VIII, 70; in 
Tunis, I. 43, 72; in Uganda, 
II. 124; experiments with Leish- 
mania and, I. 1, 208; and 
relapsing fever. III. 72, 150, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



VIII. 70; bionomics of, III. 
73, 1S9, 229, VII. 151, X. 139; 
feeding on goats, V. 39 ; pairing 
with O. mo'iibata, X. 25. 

Ornitliodorits talaje, Guer., VIII. 
89 ; on Cerodon rupesfris in 
Brazil, VI. 80; in Chile, IV. 
177, VI. 181; in Morocco, IX. 
78 ; transmitting relapsing fever 
in Panama, IX. 198, X. 173; 
in Paraguay, VII. 11 ; infesting 
Sitla nebouxi in Peru, IX. 40; 
in Russia, V. 99; in U.S.A., 

VI. 67; possibly transmitting 
relapsing fever in Venezuela, 
X. 158 ; attacking horses, IV. 177 ; 
attacking man, VI. 181, IX. 78; 
bionomics of, VII. 11 ; O. maroca- 
nus allied to, IX. 151. 

Ornithodorits talaje var. coniceps, 
Can., attacking man in France, 

VII. 115. 

Ornifhodoriis iholozani, Lab. & 
Megn., in Persia, III. 124; in 
Russia, V. 99; in Transcaspia, II. 
119; in Transcaucasia, X. 102; 
and relapsing fever, II. 119, III. 
124, X. 102. 

Orniihodorus turicata, Duges, hosts 
of, in Argentina, VII. 11 ; trans- 
mitting relapsing fever in Colom- 
bia, III. 70; infesting man and 
pigs in Mexico, V. 36 ; species 
allied to, in Peru, IV. 63; 
probably transmitting relapsing 
fever in Venezuela, VIII. 2, X. 
158 ; characters distinguishing O. 
marocanus from, VII. 86, IX. 
151 ; O. rostrahis compared with, 
VII. 11, VIII. 172. 

Ornithoica, notice of key to, X. 226. 

Orniihoica coiiflnens, Say {confluenta, 
Say), on birds in Brazil and 
U.S.A., IV. 138, X. 148. 

Ornithoica melaleuca, Bau, described 
as new from owls in Cuba, X. 226. 

Ornithoica pvomiscua, Ferris & Cole, 
described as new from birds in 
California, X. 175. 

Ornithomusca, parasitic on birds, 
X. 139. 

Ornithomusca. victoria. Towns., de- 
scribed as new from nest of 
Pardalotus in Victoria, IV. 159. 

Orniihoniyia anchineuria, Speis., on 
birds in U.S.A.. X. 148. 

Ornithoniyia avicularia, L., infesting 
nuthatches in Germany, X. 15 ; 
on ptarmigan in Norway, IV. 180 ; 
on crows in Ontario, X. 115. 

Ornithomvia biiteonis, Swenk, de- 



scribed as new from birds in 
U.S.A., IV. 169. 

Ornithoniyia costaricensis, Swenk, 
described as new from birds in 
U.S.A., IV. 169. 

Ornithoniyia pirangae, Swenk, de- 
scribed as new from birds in 
U.S.A., IV. 169. 

Orihellia cornicina (see Cryptolucilia) . 

Orthetrum brachiale, P. de B., pre- 
dacious on Gloss ina nwrsitans in 
Nyasaland, IX. 175. 

Orthetrum chrysostignia, Burm., pre- 
dacious on Glossina morsitans in 
Nyasaland, IV. 28, IX. 175. 

Orthocladiiis, in Peru, I. 222. 

orthodoxa, Uranotaenia. 

Ortholfersia macleayi (see Olfersia). 

Orthopodomyia, notice of key to, 
X. 229 ; breeding in holes in trees, 
IX. 38. 

Orthopodomyia albionensis, Mac- 
Gregor, described as new, VIII. 48 ; 
a synonym of O. pulchripalpis, q.v. 

Orthopodomyia [Bancroftia) fascipes, 
Coq., in Panama Canal Zone, 

IX. 108; in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Orthopodomyia pulchripalpis, Rond. 

(albionensis, MacGregor), bred 
from a tree-hole in Epping Forest, 
VIII. 13, 48; rare in France, IX. 
38 ; described as O. albionensis, 
sp. n., VIII. 48; synonymy of, 

X. 18. 

Orthopodomyia signifer, Coq., breed- 
ing-places of, in N. Carolina, IV. 
136. 

Orthostylus ambiguus, Lutz & Neiva, 
described as new from Brazil, 
III. 82. 

oryzae, Calandra. 

Oryzaephilus surinamensis (see Sil- 
vaniis). 

osborni, Glossina. 

Osca, Diatomineura a synonym of, 
VIII. 208. 

Osca {Pangonia) barbata, L., in S. 
Africa, VIII. 208. 

Osca {Pangonia) fulvifascia, Wlk., 
in S. Africa, VIII. 208. 

Osca [Erephopsis) lata, Guer., the 
type of the genus, VIII. 208. 

Osca limbithorax, Macq., described 
as Erephopsis niveovittatus, sp. n., 
from New South Wales, VIII. 173. 

Osca maciiliventris, Westw. [Ere- 
phopsis jacksoni, Macq.), in New- 
South Wales, IV. 182. 

Oscinis theae, Big., a leaf-miner of 
tea in India, VI. 22. 

osivaldi, Aedes {Finlaya). 

otipsa, Sarcophaga. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Otodectes cynotis, Hering {Chorioptes 
ecaudatus, Megn.), on foxes in 
Canada, X. 139 ; on cats and 
dogs, I. 101. 

Otodectes {Chorioptes) cynotis canis, 
Bendz, on dogs, III. 5. 

Otodectes [Chorioptes) cynotis felis, 
Huber, on cats. III. 5. 

Otodectes [Chorioptes) cynotis furonis, 
Megn., causing otitis in ferrets, 
III. 6. 

otomydis, Polyplax. 

otophila, Haemaphysalis. 

oudemansi , H aemogamasits . 

ousqua, Culex. 

ovatus, Ixodes. 

ovillus, Linognathiis [Haematopinits) . 

ovinus, Melophagus. 

ovipara, Musca (see M. antuninalis). 

ovis, Oestrus [Cephalomyia) ; Psorop- 
tes conummis (see P. ovis); Sar- 
coptes scahiei ; Trichodectes. 

ovivorus, Phanurus. 

Oxybelus, predacious on Siomoxys, 
I. 147, VIII. 103. 

Oxycareiras Javaterae, F., new flagel- 
late in, X. 112. 

oxystonia, Culicoides. 

Oxytelus tetracarinatus, Block, in 
the human eye, VIII. 122. 



pabuloruni, Muscina. 
pacae, Amblyomma. 
pachycephalus, Stibasoma. 
pachyceras, Symphoromyia. 
Pachvcerina flavida, Wied., sucking 
blood of larvae of Erinnyis ello, 

II. 132. 

Pachycrepoideus dubius, Ashm., 

parasitising Muscids in Australia, 

VIII. 174, IX. 156, X. 1, 2, 134; 

parasitising house-flies in U.S.A., 

X. 1. 
Pachvlis, confused with Triatoma 

in "Brazil, VI. 92. 
pachymerus, Culicoides. 
pachypus, Laelaps. 
pacificiis, Culex. 
padi, Priophorus. 
Paederus, causing dermatitis in 

man in Brazil, VI. 92. 
Paedenis colutnbiniis, Lap., causing 

dermatitis in Brazil, IV. 15, 51. 
Paederus crebripunctatus, Epp., 

causing dermatitis in E. Africa, 

IV. 167. 
Paederus fuscipes, Curt., in Russia, 

III. 68, IV. 51; causing derma- 
titis in man. III. 68, VIII, 122. 



Paederus gemellus, Kraatz, causing 

dermatitis in man, VIII. 122. 
Paederus limnophilus, Er., causing 

dermatitis in man, VIII. 122. 
Paederus litoralis, Grav., causing 

dermatitis in man, VIII. 122. 
Paederus riparius, L., causing der- 
matitis in man, VIII. 122. 
Paederus ruficollis, F., causing der- 
matitis in man, VIII. 122. 
pagetonotuni, Aedes. 
Palaeopsylla gracilis, Tasch., in- 
fected with Trypanosoma talpae, 
I. 134. 
Palaeopsylla iberica, J. & R., 
described as new from Spain, IX. 
61 ; hosts of, IX. 61. 
Palaeopsylla minor, Dale, hosts of, 

in Britain, I. 103, IX. 47. 
Palaeopsylla sorecis. Dale, on rats 

in Britain, I. 103. 
palaivanensis, Popea. 
palestinensis, Arwpheles (see A. 

superpictiis). 
Palimmecomyia, gen. n., VII. 12. 
Palimmecomyia celaenospila, Tayl., 
described as new from New South 
Wales, VII. 12. 
pallescens, Psorophora. 
palliatus, Taeniorhynchus (see Aedes 

fulvithorax) . 
pallicera, Glossina. 
pallida, Glossina morsitans ; Phei- 

dole ; Probezzia; Trombicula. 
pallidepectoratus, Tabanus. 
pallidicornis, Culicoides; Haema- 

topota. 
pallidifacies, Tabanus. 
pallidihalter , Dasyhelea. 
pallidipennis, Culicoides. 
pallidipes, Atrichopogon ; Glossina; 

Lyperosia ; Tabanus. 
pallidiventer, Wyeomyia [Phonio- 

myia) . 
pallidocephalus, Culex. 
pallidothorax, Culicioniyia. 
pallidula, Chrysops. 
pallidum, Menopon. 
pallidus, Ludl., Anopheles [Stetho- 

myia) (see A. aitkeni). 
pallidus, Theo., Anopheles, 
pallidus, Anopheles [Myzorhynchus) 

barbirostris ; Pulex. 
pallinervis, Sarcophaga. 
paliipennis, Tabanus. 
pallipes, Mycetobia. 
pallirostris, A edes [Finlaya) . 
palmeni, Aedes (see A. communis), 
palmensis, Tabanus. 
palmeri, Simulimn. 
palmerstoni, Tabanus. 
Paloestrus oligocenus (see Glossina). 



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palpalis, Aedes {Banksinella, Neo- 
melanoconion) ; Ciilex (see C. 
annulirosiris) ; Glossina ; Trom- 
bicida. 

palpalis, Brethes, Tabaniis. 

palpalis, Ric, Tabanus. 

palpalis, Tayl., Tabanus (see T. 
neopalpalis). 

Palpomyia, attracted to lights in 
Brazil, I. 65. 

Palpomyia armipes, Mg., synonymy 
of, X. 141. 

Palpomyia bifasciata, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Queensland, 
VII. 154. 

Palpomyia boliviensis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Bolivia, VII. 
154. 

Palpomyia callangana, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Peru, VII. 
154. 

Palpomyia columbiana, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Colombia, 
VII. 154. 

Palpomyia crassicrus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Palpomyia dorsofasciata, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Palpomyia fasciata, Mg., P. picta 
a variety of, X. 141. 

Palpomyia ferruginea, Mg., syno- 
nymy of, X. 141. 

Palpomyia flavipes, Mg., synonymy 
of, X. 141. 

Palpomyia fulva, Macq. (see P. 
ferruginea) . 

Palpomyia fuscivenosa, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Palpomyia horiulana, Goetgh. (see 
P. semifumosa). 

Palpomyia hortulana, Mg. (see P. 
flavipes). 

Palpomyia imparunguis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from New Guinea, 
VII. 154. 

Palpomyia inermicollis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Paraguay, 
VII. 154. 

Palpomyia microchela, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Colombia, 
VII. 154. 

Palpomyia mtdtilineata, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, III. 
82. 

Palpomyia nigripes, Mg., in Britain, 
IX. 195. 

Palpomyia picta, Mg., a variety of 
P. fasciata, X. 141. 

Palpomyia pistiae, I. & M., described 



as new from Gold Coast, X. 233 ; 

breeding in Pistia stratiotes, X. 

233. 
Palpomyia polysticta, Kieff., species 

allied to, in India, IV. 118. 
Palpomyia riifipectus, Winn, (see P, 

armipes). 
Palpomyia semifumosa, Goetgh., 

n.n. for P. hortulana, Goetgh., 

X. 141. 
Palpomyia spinosa, Lutz, described 

as new from Brazil, III. 82. 
Palpomyia tenuicrus, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Paraguay, 

VII. 154. 

paludis, Ctilex [Culicelsa, Ochlero- 
tatus) (see C. sitiens) ; Anopheles 
[Myzorhynchus) (see A . mauri- 
tianus). 

pahis, Culex. 

paliistris, Aedes; Olfersia. 

pampangensis , Reedomyia (see Aedes 
alboscutellatus) . 

panarchys, Haemagogns {Stegoco- 
nops) . 

Pangonia, possibly transmitting 
trypanosomiasis in Africa, I. 181, 
VI. 119, VII. 126; in British 
Guiana, VII. 129; not found in 
Palestine, VIII. Ill; in Russia, 
III. 195; in Tasmania, V. 66. 

Pangonia australis, Phil., harbour- 
ing flagellates in Chile, V. 11. 

Pangonia barbata (see Osca). 

Pangonia beckeri, Bezzi, probably 
transmitting trypanosomiasis in 
Eritrea and Somaliland, V. 176, 
VI. 99. 

Pangonia bukamensis, Beq., de- 
scribed as new from Belgian 
Congo, I. 100. 

Pangonia carpenteri, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Tanganyika, 

VIII. 208. 

Pangonia clavata, Macq., in New 

South Wales, IV. 182. 
Pangonia delta, Hine, described as 

new from Arizona, IX. 158. 
Pangonia [Pangonius) dichroa, 

Brethes, described as new from 

Argentina, X. 171. 
Pangonia directa, Wlk. (see Meto- 

ponaplos parva). 
Pangonia discors, Aust., described 

as new from Angola, VIII. 208. 
Pangonia fera, Will., in British 

Columbia, V. 170. 
Pangonia fulvifascia (see Osca). 
Pangonia infusca, Aust., harbouring 

flagellates in Belgian Congo, V. 

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Pangonia inornata (see Diatomi- 

netira) . 
Pangonia lautissima, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Tanganyika, 

VIII. 208. 
Pangonia longirostris (see Corizo- 

neura) . 
Pangonia magvettii, Bezzi, probably 

transmitting trypanosomiasis in 

Eritrea and Somaliland, III. 136, 

V. 176, VI. 99. 
Pangonia nielanopits, Hine, de- 
scribed as new from Mexico, IX. 

158. 
Pangonia neavei, Aust., harbouring 

flagellates in Belgian Congo, V. 

11. 
Pangonia oldi, Aust., bionomics of, 

in Belgian Congo, VIII. 24. 
Pangonia parishi, Hine, described 

as new from Ecuador, IX. 158. 
Pangonia parva (see M etoponaplos) . 
Pangonia tranquiUa, O.S., in Quebec, 

Ili. 155. 
Pangonia zonaia, Wlk., bionomics 

of, in Belgian Congo, VII. 80, 

VIII. 24. 
Pangoniiis (see Pangonia). 
panicea, Sitodrepa. 
Pantala flavescens, F., predacious 
.on larvae of Aedes argenteus in 

Brazil, IX. 202. 
pantherina, Monedula. 
papatasii, Phlebotomus. 
papuae. Anopheles {Stethomyia) 

aitkeni. 
papuana, Haemaphysalis . 
papuensis, Aedes {Finlaya, Leuco- 

myia) australiensis ; Culex [Lopho- 

ceratomyia, Melanoconion) ; Tae- 

niorhynchus. 
par, Ankistrodactylus [Schizodacty- 

lus) ; Tabanns. 
Parahezzia poikiloptera, I. & M., 

described as new from Gold 

Coast, X. 233 ; breeding in Pistia 

straiiotes, X. 233. 
Paracalliphora, new generic name 

proposed for Calliphora oceaniae, 

IV. 122. 
Paracalliphora augur (see Anastel- 

lorhina) . 
Paracalliphora oceaniae, R.-D. (see 

Anastellorhina augur), 
paradisea, Phalacropsylla. 
paradoxa, Gedoehtia (see G. hdssleri); 

Glossina morsitans ; Lepidoselaga. 
paradoxus, Echestypus. 
paraensis, Culicoides ; Dendromyia. 
paraguayense, Simulium. 
paraguensis, Chrysops. 
p ar allelic eps, Pedicinus. 

(K2009) 



'parallelus, Tabanus. 

paraluridus, Silvius. 

paranense, Simulium. 

paranensis, Goeldia. 

parangensis. Anopheles [Myzomyia). 

Parasarcophaga, subgen. n. of Sarco- 
phaga, IX. 216. 

Parasarcophaga omega (see Sarco- 
phaga) . 

Parasilvius, gen. n., IX. 169. 

Parasilvius fulvus, Ferg., described 
as new from Australia, IX. 169. 

Parasinmlium furcatum, Malloch, 
described as new, II. 168; 
referred to Sinmlitim, q.v. 

parasiticus, Rhizoglyphus . 

parasitovorax, Cheiletiella. 

Paraspilomicriis , gen. n., X. 2. 

Paraspilomicrus froggatti, Johnst. 
& Tiegs, described as new from 
Australia, X. 2 ; of little value 
against blow-flies, X. 2, 134. 

Paratricyclea coerulea, Villen., de- 
scribed as new from Ruwenzori, 
IV. 126. 

Paratricyclea consors, Villen., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
IV. 126. 

Paratricyclea dubiosa, Villen., de- 
scribed as new from Nyasaland, 
IV. 126. 

Paratricyclea gambiensis, Villen., 
described as new from Gambia, 
IV. 126. 

Paratricyclea imitans, Villen., de- 
scribed as new, IV. 126 ; distribu- 
tion of, in Tropical Africa, IV. 
126. 

Paratricyclea hitescens, Villen., de- 
scribed as new from Belgian 
Congo, IV. 126. 

Paratricyclea nigroviolacea, Villen., 
described as new from Cape Town, 
IV. 126. 

Paratricyclea pseudolucilia, Villen., 
described as new from Belgian 
Congo, IV. 126. 

Pardomyia, notice of key to, X. 229. 

parishi, Pangonia. 

parnassum, Simulium,. 

Parnopes, parasite of Bembex ros- 
trata. III. 195. 

parumapertus, Dermacentor varia- 
bilis. 

parumpilosus, Trichodectes. 

parumspinosa, Cobboldia. 

parva, M etoponaplos [Pangonia). 

parvicallosus, Tabanus. 

parvifascia, Chrysops. 

parvulus, Aedes (Ochlerotatus) . 

parvum, Amblyomma; Simulium. 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



parvus, A nopheles {Myzorhynchella) ; 
Tahaniis. 

parvus, Macq., Culex (see Aedes 
vexans) . 

parvus, Tayl., Culex (see C. crini- 
caiida) . 

pasadaemon, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

Passeromyia, gen. n., IV. 16; para- 
sitic on birds, X. 139-140. 

Passeromyia heterochaeta, Villen., in 
Africa/lV. 16, 138, V. 35, VI. 155, 
VII. 121; in India, IX. 103; 
bionomics of, VII. 121; infesting 
birds' nests, IV. 16, 138, V. 35, 
VI. 155, VII. 121, IX. 103, X. 
140 ; distribution of, X. 140. 

Passeromyia longicornis, Macq., 
parasitic on birds in Australia, 
X. 140. 

Patagiamyia (see Anopheles). 

patagona, Cuterebra. 

patagoniciis, Silvestriellus. 

pattoni, Musca. 

patulus, Tabanus. 

paiilistanensis , Sarcophaga. 

pavesii, Gyrostigma [Spathicera). 

pavida, Pygiopsylla. 

pavonis, Goniodes. 

peccator, Culex [M elanoconion) . 

pecchiolii, Engyzops. 

pecorum, Gastrophilus {Gasterophi- 
lus). 

pectinatus, Armigeres {Leicesteria). 

pectinipes, Stephanocircus. 

pectorale, Eurydema ornatum. 

pectoralis, Leucorhinia {Libellula). 

pecuarum, Simulium {Prosimulium) . 

pecuniosus, Aedes (Finlaya). 

pedalis, Linognathus [Haemato- 
piniis) . 

Pedicinus, confined to the lower 
monkeys. III. 3. 

Pedicinus eurygaster, Ger., on mon- 
keys in Australia, I. 165; in 
Philippines, VII. 193. 

Pedicinus longiceps, Piaget, Rickett- 
sia found in, VII. 147. 

Pedicinus paralleliceps, Mjoberg, 
subsp. colobi, Fahrenholz, de- 
scribed as new, IX. 19. 
Pediculoides veniricosus, Newp., 
possibly transmitting fever resem- 
bling typhus in Australia, X. 119 ; 
outbreak of, in London docks, II. 
163, VII. 161 ; causing dermatitis 
m man, I. 15, 197, II. 163, 200, 
III. 44, 155, V. 36, VIII. 123, 
IX. 37, X. 46. 
Pediculus, peculiar to man and the 
higher apes. III. 3; bibliography 
of, VI. 18. 
Pediculus capitis, DeG., absent 



from E. Africa, IX. 93 ; in 
Argentina, VII. 140 ; in Australia, 
I. 165, VI. 62; in Ecuador, VI. 
192 ; in British Guiana, V. 5 ; 
not transmitting oriental sore in 
India, IX. 208 ; in Kamerun, 

VII. 30; in Mesopotamia, IX. 
146, X. 115; in Russia, III. 192, 

IV. 24 ; in Samoa, I. 83 ; in U.S.A., 

V. 170 ; experimental transmis- 
sion of flagellates found in, IV. 
103 ; probably not transmitting 
leishmaniasis, I. 1, III. 126; 
experiments with plague and, 
IV. 130 ; probably not a carrier 
of poliomyelitis, I. 18, 217; and 
recurrent fever, I. 72, VI. 54, 
215 ; not an important carrier of 
tvphus, III. 201, V. 32, 33, 112, 
162 ; infesting Eskimos, VII. 196 ; 
experimentally feeding on rodents, 

VI II. 145; bionomics of, V. 42, 
44, 69, VI. 76, VIII. 145; 
anatomy of, V. 70 ; compared with 
P. hmnanus, V. 44, 70, VI. 75, 
191, VII. 143, VIII. 21, X. 67; 
notices of text-books on, VII. 45, 
X. 67. 

Pediculus cervicalis, Leach (see P. 
capitis) . 

Pedicuhis corporis, DeG. (see »P. 
humanus) . 

Pediculus hominis (see P. humanus). 

Pediculus humanus, L. {corporis, 
DeG., hominis, vesfimenti, Nitzsch), 
world-wide distribution of, VI. 
227; in S. Africa, V. 180, VII. 
133, IX. 39; in Argentina, VII. 
140; in Assam, X. 231; in 
Australia, I. 165, VI. 62; ap- 
parently not transmitting disease 
resembling typhus in Australia, 
X. 94 ; in Britain, IV. 178, X. 86 ; 
in Ceylon, V. 150 ; in Ecuador, 

VI. 192; in British Guiana, V. 5; 
not transmitting oriental sore in 
India, IX. 208 ; forms of recurrent 
and typhus-like fevers probably 
not transmitted by, in India, IX. 
125, 214; in Dutch E. Indies, I. 
88, 90, HI. 34; and relapsing 
fe\er in Manchuria and Persia, 
VI. 50, VIII. 72, 197, IX. 163; 
in Mesopotamia, IX. 146, X. 115 ; 
climate of Mesopotamia un- 
suitable to, VIII. 134; in Philip- 
pines, VII. 193; in Russia, IV. 
24 ; possibly transmitting epidemic 
jaundice in Senegal, X. 12; in 
Serbia, IV. 7, V. 31; in French 
Sudan, X. 172; in Tunis, V. 7; 
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transmitting Leislimania, I. 1, 
III. 28, 126; probably not trans- 
mitting leprosy, I. 54, II. 40, 79 ; 
possible relation of, to cerebro- 
spinal meningitis, V. 152 ; not a 
carrier of pellagra. III. 102; 
experiments with plague and, 
I. 88, 90, III. 34, IV. 130, V. 150 ; 
probably not a carrier of polio- 
myelitis, I. 18, 217 ; and recurrent 
fever, I. 70-72, 198, II. 91, 132, 
150, 165, 170, 194, 200. III. 43, 
59, 101, IV. 134, V. Ill, 171, VI. 

59, 136, 215, VllI 20, 78, 81, 91, 
97, 117, 155, 196, IX. 204. X. 
45, 67, 92, 142, 172, 196, 200; 
development of Rickettsia in, VI. 
58, 113, 237, VIII. 61. IX. 115, 
148, X. 47, 134, 189, 229; not 
found to carry Spirochaeta ictero- 
haemorrhagiae , VII. 72 ; not trans- 
mitting tick fever, I. 74, II. 79; 
and trench fever, VI. 85, 127, 
225-227, 236, VII. 94, VIII. 10, 
70, 102, IX 64, 148, X. 67, 120, 
189; and tvphus, II. 90, 137, 
III. 26, 33, 43, 59, 201, IV. 17, 
135, 153, V. 2, 7, 22, 81, 91, 100, 
109, 110, 112, 144, 162. 170, 171, 
188, VI. 80, 213, VII. 45, 68, 
133, 139, 157, 158, \IU. 2, 44, 

60, 103, 145, 146, 202, 224, IX. 
33, 112, 115. 137, 148, 197, X. 
45, 47, 48, 67, 69, 72, 143, 189, 
205 ; not transmitting verruga, 
I. 221 ; and Volhvnian or five-day 
fever, I. Ill, 131, VI. 56, 58, 
VII. 77, IX. 18; miscellaneous 
organisms found in, V. Ill, VIII. 
114, IX. 96 ; apparently not 
infesting horses, VI. 45 ; able 
to live on pigs, V. 36, VIII. 44; 
effect of bites of, VII. 155; 
reaction of, to drugs in blood of 
host, IX. 65; bionomics of, IV. 
57, 87, V. 32, 33, 44, 69, 70, 112, 

VI. 19, 33. MI. 25, 70, 72, VIII. 
21, 73, 145 ; probably not vivi- 
parous, X. 7 ; effect of starvation 
on, IX. 17 ; transportation of, 
by wind, V. 28; reactions of, to 
light and colour, VI. 55, VII. 72; 
anatomy of, IV. 133, 183, \. 70, 

VII. 72, IX. 149, X. 212; 
abnormalities in, VIII. 21; 
measures against. III. 43, 80, 
105, 113, 114, 118, 122, 123. 124, 
145, 146, 151, 156. 183, 189, 201, 
203, 204, 225, 226, 232, IV. 7, 
13, 17, 25, 35, 50, 51, 53, 83, 104, 
133, 135, 153, 158, 178, 193, V. 
34, 64, 90, 91, 133, 144, 153, 170, 

(K2009) 



182, VI. 55. 59. 62, 76, 81, 93, 
115. 120, 131, 132, 135, 187, 172, 
173, 189, 214, 219, 227, 236, 237, 

VII. 8, 27, 6.2, 74, 75, 115,172, 
176, VIII 4, 33, 44, 72, 77, 103, 
145, IX 16, 18, 30, 33, 93, 166, 
191, 197, X. 31, 46, 67, 109, 191 ; 
effect of temperature on. III. 
156, 201, 203, 225, 228, IV. 57, 
87, 178, \ 42. 43, 153, VI. 19, 
76, 93, 115, 132, 172, 173, 236, 
237, VIII 21, 22, 44, 73, 103, 
104, 120, 146, 158, 197, IX. 17, 
X. 45, 67, 191, 196; effect of 
laundry processes on, VII. 66, 
164, VIII. 73, 158, IX. 117; 
apparatus for disinfecting against, 
V. 29, 43, 177, VIII. 21, 104, 146, 
197, IX. 197, 198; use of hydro- 
cyanic acid gas against, IV. 135, 
155, 175, V. 130, VI. 57, VIII. 
120, IX. 30, 191, X. 45; ants 
used to destrov, V. 175 ; syno- 
nymy of, IV. 183, VIII. 21, 133, 
X. 67; P- capitis compared with 
V. 44, 70, VI. 75, 191, VII. 143, 

VIII. 21; notices of text-books 
on, VII. 45, X. 67. 

Pedicuhis himianus subsp. cliinensis, 
Fahrenholz, described as new, 

IX. 19. 

Pedicuhis vestimenti, Nitzsch (see 

P. humanus). 
peditaeniatus, Anopheles {Myzorhyn- 

cus) hyrcanus. 
peetsi, Simitliuni. 
Pegoniyia bicolov, in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
Peoomyia hyoscvami, Panz., intro- 
duced into U.S.A., IV. 107. 
Pegomyia socia, Fall., breeding in 

manure in British Isles, VII. 191. 
Pelecorhynchns , in Tasmania, V. 66 ; 

revision of, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus alholineaius, Hardy, 

described as new from Tasmania, 

VII. 60. 
Pelecorhynchus aurantiacus, Ric. 

(see P. viilpes). 
Pelecorhynchus claripennis, Ric, in 

Australia, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus darwini, Ric, in 

Chile, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus dislinctus, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, VI. 238; in 

Australia, VI. 238, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus eristaloides, Wlk., in 

Anstralia, X. 31 ; P- montanus 

distinct from, VII. 60. 
Pelecorhynchus flavipennis, Ferg., 

described as new from Australia, 

IX. 169. 

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164 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Pelecorhynchus fulvits, Ric, in Aus- 
tralia, X. 31. 

Pelecorhvnchns fiisconiger, Wile, in 
Australia, VII. 12, X. 31. 

Pelecorhynchus ignicidus, Hardy, 

described as new from Australia, 

VII. 60. 
Pelecorhynchus fiiaculipcnuis, Macq., 

in Australia, VII. 12, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus mirabilis, Tayl., de- 

.scribed as new, VII. 12; in 

Australia, VI. 227, VII. 12. 
Pelecorhvnch^is vwnlaniis, Hardy, 

distinct from P. eristaloides, VII. 

60. 
Pelecorhyvchus nigripennis, Ric, in 

Australia, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus ornahts, Schin. (see 

P. niacuUpennis). 
Pelecorhyiiclnis personatv.s, \\'Yk. (see 

P. maciilipennis) . 
Pelecorhynchus tillyardi, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, VI. 238; in 

Australia. VI. 238, X. 31. 
Pelecorhynchus vulpes, Macq., in 

Chile, X. 31. 
pellionella, Tinea. 
Pelopia cygniis, Kieff., described as 

new from Palestine, III. 51. 
pembaensis, Aedes {Hoivardina, 

Ochlerotaitts, Skusea). 
pendnlus, Armigeres [Leicesteria] ; 

Helophilus. 
penetrabilis, Ccrizoneura [Diatomi- 

ncura). 
penetrans, Tunga {Derniaicphilus, 

Pulex, Sarcopsylla). 
penicillaris, Culex [Culicada) (see 

A edes caspius) . 
Penirillidia, on bats in Assam, X. 

232. 
Penicillidia antrozoi, Towns., on 

Antrozous pallidiis in California, 

V. 29. 
Penicillidia corynorhini, Ferris, de- 
scribed as new from Corynorhinus 

townsendi in California, V. 29. 
penicilliger, Ceratophylhts. 
peniculata, Sarcophaga {Ravinia) . 
pennsylvanicus, Camponotus ; Ontho- 

phagiis. 
penrosei, Cytolcichus. 
pentacantha, Rhadinopsylla [Ctenoph- 

i halm us) . 
Pentatoma (see Ettrydenia). 
peramvdis, Cummingsia. 
percavahis, Ixodes, 
peregrinus, Cerafopogon ; Culicoides. 
perennis, Phora {Trupheoneura). 
perexigitiis, Culex. 
perfidiosus, Culex. 
perfitscuw , A trichopogon . 



perfuscus, Culex. 

peribleptus, Culex [Choeroporpa,. 
Mochlostyrax). 

perichares, Aedes {Culicelsa). 

Pericoma townsvillensis, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Queensland, 
IV. 30; attacking man, IV. 30 ^ 
probably referable to Phlebotonius, 
VI. 83. 

Perilampus, parasite of Diptera in 
Tasmania, IX. 45. 

Periplaneta (Blaita) aniericana, L., 
bionomics of, in Britain, IX. 99 ; 
in Egypt, IX. 164; in Germany, 
X. 37 ; new ciliate infesting in 
India, X. 139; imported into 
Norway from the Mediterranean, 
IV. 180; in Philippines, II. 126; 
in U.S.A., VI 210, X. 133, 199, 
227 ; intermediate host of a filaria 
causing tumours in rats, I. 48 J 
on ships, III. 44; measures 
against, III. 126, IX. 99, 164, X. 
37, 227; bait for, VIII. 124 f 
effect of temperature on. III. 9. 

Periplaneta australasiae, F., bio- 
nomics of, in Britain, IX. 99? 
in U.S.A., X. 199. 227; measures 
against. III. 126, IX. 99, X. 227. 

Periplaneta orientalis (see Blaita) . 

perniciosiis, Phlebotonius [Sergentio- 
myia) . 

perpnsilla, Psilohelea. 

persicus. Anopheles {Myzomyia) tur^ 
khudi ; Argas. 

persis, Tabanus. 

persistans, Aedes (Stegoniyia) (see- 
A. argenteus). 

personata, Dendromyia ; Phaonia. 

personatus, Pelecorhynchus (see P. 
maciilipennis) ; Reduvius. 

perspicillaris, Chrysops. 

pertinans, Wyeoniyia. 

pertinax, Simuliuni. 

pertinens, Haematopota ; Tabanus. 

perturbans, Haematopota; Phleboto^ 
m-us ; Taeniorhynchus {Coquillet-- 
iidia, Culex, Mansonia). 

peruvianus, A trichopogon . 

pervigilans, Culex. 

peryassui, Anopheles {Manguin- 
hosia). 

peter si, Amblyomma. 

peter soni, Culex {Trail sculicia). 

petiolatus, Tabanus. 

phacochaeri, Haematopinus ; Rhi- 
noestriis. 

phaenops, Tabanus. 

phaeorrhoea, Nygmia. 

phaeostomum, Menopon. 

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described as new from Arizona, 

IV. 33. 
phalaeiioides, Psychoda. 
Phalangomyia debilis, D. dc K., 

described as new, II. 97 ; in Peru, 

II. 97, IV. 65. 
phalerata, Mylabris. 
Phanaeus, introduced into Hawaii 

against Lyperosia irritans, X. 83. 
Phanaeus siilcatus, Drury, in 

Jamaica, V. 131. 
Phanttvus, parasite of Tabanns 

alblmedius in India, X. 67. 
Phanurus enter soni, Gir., described 

as new from Texas, IV. 122 ; a 

parasite of Tabanid eggs, IV. 122. 
Phanuvus floridanus, Ashm., IV. 

122. 
Phanuvus opacus, How., IV. 122. 
Phanurus ovivorus, Ashm., IV. 122. 
Phanurus tabanivorus (see Tele- 

nomus). 
Phaonia cincta, Zett., Helicospori- 

dium parasiticum infecting, IX. 

148. 
Phaonia erratica, Fall., bionomics 

of, in Britain, IV. 143. 
Phaonia personata, Wlk., in Queens- 
land, VIII. 189. 
Phaonia signata, Mg., in houses. III. 

89, IV.' 121; hibernation of, 

IV. 121. 
Phaonia variegata, Mg., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
pharaonis, Mononiorium. 
pharoensis, Anopheles iCellia). 
phavtopus, Onitis. 
Pharyngobolus, IV. 122 ; parasite of 

elephants in Africa, III. 99; 

possibly identical with Aula- 

cephala, IV. 22. 
Pharyngobolus africanus, Br., para- 
site of the African elephant, IV. 

40, VII. 117. 
Pharyngomyia, IV. 22, 122 ; placed 

in the Calliphorinae, V. 49. 
Pheidole, attacking Aedes argenteus 

{Stegomyia fasciata) in Somaliland, 

II. 7. 
Pheidole fallax. For., predacious on 

other ants in Jamaica, IX. 31. 
Pheidole niegacephala, F., an enemy 

of house-flies in Hawaii, VI. 164; 

attacking Echidnophaga gallinacea 

in U.S.A., III. 149. 
Pheidole pallida, Myl., destroying 

domestic pests, V. 175. 
Pheidole valisti, Perg., destroying 

domestic pests, V. 175. 
phellia, Lucilia (see L. pulchra). 
Phibalomvia, n.n. for Elaphromvia, 

Tayl., nee Big., X. 109. 



Phibalomyia (Elaphromyia) carteri, 

Tayl., described as new from 

Australia, VI. 118. 
Philaematomyia (see Musca). 
Philandesia townsendi, Kellogg & 

Nakavama, described as new 

from Peru, II. 157. 
philippinensis. Anopheles; Culi- 

coides ; Spalangia. 
Philornis, parasitic on birds, X. 

140; notice of key to, X. 140. 
Philornis anomala, Jaenn. (see P. 

pici). 
Philornis [Mydaea] pici, Macq. 

{anomala, Jaenn.), on birds in 

Neotropical Region, I. 133, III. 

131, VI. 92, IX. 20, X. 140. 
Philornis spermophilae. Towns., 

parasitic on birds in Jamaica, X. 

140. 
Philornis [Mydaea) torquans, Niels., 

parasitic on birds in Argentina, 

I. 133, X. 140. 
phlabistus, Culex (Choeroporpa). 
Phlebotomus, IV. 176; at Aden, I. 

141, 207; in E. Africa, II. 36; 
in Algeria, IV. 157, X. 102; in 
Arabia, IV. 172; not found in 
Argentina, VII. 181; in Assam, 

II. 153 ; not occurring in Aus- 
traha, IX. 124; in Brazil, II. 
53; in Egypt, VII. 34; European 
species of", 11. 10, VIII. 108; in 
France, I. 33, VII. 53, IX. 37; 
in Gold Coast, VIII. 12; in India, 
I. 144, 221, 224, III. 162, 166, 
167, X. 74, 126; in Italy, IV. 
60; in Macedonia, V. 87, VII. 
30, X. 125; in Malta, III. 168; 
in Mesopotamia, X. 115 ; in 
Palestine, II. 100 ; in Peru, I. 163, 
221; in Spain, V. 126; in Sudan, 
I. 132 ; in Syria, X. 92 ; attacking 
man in Texas, VII. 121; in 
Turkey, VI. 192; not found in 
Zanzibar, III. 50; disputed rela- 
tion of, to cutaneous leish- 
maniasis, I. 32, II. 53, 99, HI. 
126, IV. 9, VIII. 21, 40, X. 92, 
102 ; experiments with pellagra 
and, II. 160 ; Ricketisia-like or- 
ganisms found in, X. 92; and 
sandfly fever, I. 32, 207, H. 165, 
HI. 86, 107, 113, 166, 167, 168, 
IV. 60, y. 126, M 49, 79, 83, 
114, 180, 192, 215. 239, VII. 30, 
34, VIII. 21, 151, IX. 21, 22, 93, 
145, X. 74, 92, 125 ; and verruga, 
I. 163, 221, 11. 29, 144, 176; 
relation of, to reptiles, II. 42, 
43, 58, 184, 186, 199, III. 143, 
231, IV. 103, V. 127, VI. 159 ; on 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



ships, III. 107, VI. 180; biono- 
mics of, I. 132, 206, III. 168, 
X. 125 ; breeding of, in captivity, 
II. 7; breeding-places of, I. 221, 
II. 37, 165; early stages of, 
IV. 32; measures against, I. 28, 

II. 176, IX. 146, X. 125; synop- 
sis of genus, I. 131; division of, 
into subgenera, IX. 21, X. 50. 

Phlebotornus antennatus, a variety 
of P. miniitus, q.v. 

Phlebotornus argentipes, Annan. & 
Brunetti, in India, I. 79, II. 143, 
IX. 80 ; associated with birds, 
IX. 80; early stages of, IV. 32. 

Phlebotomits ariasi, Tonnoir, de- 
scribed as new from Spain, IX. 88. 

Phlebotornus atroclavatus, Knab, de- 
scribed as new, 1 . 234 ; in 
Trinidad, I. 234, X. 200. 

Phlebotomits babit, Annan, (see P. 
minntiis). 

Phlebotomits bedfordi, a variety of 
P. tninutits, q.v. 

Phlebotornus brutnpti, Larrousse, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, 
IX. 21; attacking man, IX. 21; 
P. troglodytes possibly identical 
with, X. 200. 

Phlebotomits caitcasicus, Marz., de- 
scribed as new, VI. 79; a 
synonym of P. sergenti, q.v. 

Phlebotornus ditboscqui, Nev. Lem., 

IX. 22 ; species resembling, in 
W. Africa, I. 73; in French 
Sudan, I. 34, 74 ; in Sierra Leone, 
IV. 150. 

Phlebotornus fallax, Par., described 
as new, IX. 95, 170 ; in Algeria 
and Tunisia, IX. 95, X. 68, 69. 

Phlebotomits ingrami, Newst., de- 
scribed as new from Ashanti, 

III. 11; in Africa, VIII. 21. 
Phlebotomits intermedins, Lutz & 

Neiva, described as new, I. 66 ; 
in Brazil, I. 66, IV. 36, IX. 149, 

X. 159; and leishmaniasis, X. 
159. 

Phlebotornus legeri, Mansion (see P. 
perniciosns). 

Phlebotornus longipalpis, Lutz & 
Neiva, described as new, I. 66; 
in Brazil, I. 66, VIII. 26, IX. 
149; in Paraguay, VIII. 26; 
P. walkeri recorded as, IX. 43. 

Phlebotomits lusitanicus, Fran9a, de- 
scribed as new, VII. 30; a 
synonym of P. perniciosns, q.v. 

Phlebotornus major, Annan., in In- 
dia, IX. 119. 

Phlebotomits major var. chivensis, 



Newst., described as new from 
Pekin, V. 5. 

Phlebotomits malabaricits, Annan., 
IX. 22. 

Phlebotornus mascittii, Grassi, VIII. 
108; in Italy, VIII. 21. 

Phlebotomits migonei. Franca, de- 
scribed as new, IX. 49 ; in 
Paraguay, IX. 49, X. 200. 

Phlebotomits minittus Kond. {babu,: 
Annan.), at Aden, II. 12, 158; 
in Algeria, IV. 103, VIII. 21; 
in Egypt, II. 100; in France, 
IX. 58; in India, I. 79, 211, II. 
143, 158, 165, III. 167, 168, 

VII. 185, IX. 119, X. 74; in 
Malta and Suda Island, I. 27, 34, 

II. 165; in Macedonia, X. 125; 
in Mesopotamia, VII. 102, VI I L 
15, IX. 145; in Spain, VI. 49, 

VIII. 21; in Tunisia, X. 68, 69; 
believed to convey cutaneous 
leishmaniasis. III. 144, IV. 103, 
VII. 102, VIII. 15; and sand-fly 
fever, II. 165; infested with 
Herpetomonas, II. 184; feeding 
on geckos, I. 211, II. 43, 184, 199, 

III. 231; bionomics of, I. 27," 
211, IX. 145; breeding-places 
of, VII. 185; early stages of, 

IV. 32 ; abnormal individuals 
of, X. 50; anatomy of, VIII. 20; 
description of, II. 201, VIII. 108. 

Phlebotornus (Prophlebotomus) minit- 
tus var. africanus, Newst., de- 
scribed as new, I. 34; in N. 
Africa. III. 29, 144, 213, VI. 
203, VII. 40, IX. 95, X. 39, 53, 
102 ; distribution of, in Tropical 
Africa, I. 34, 74, II. 58, V. 47, 

IX. 25; in Palestine, IX. 194; 
disputed relation of, to cutaneous 
leishmaniasis, II. 199, III. 144, 
231, VI. 203, X. 102; feeding on 
reptiles, I. 74, II. 59, VI. 203, 
IX. 25; bionomics of, VI. 204; 
abnormal individuals of, X. 50 ; 
anatomy of, VIII. 21. 

Phlebotornus mimitus var. antenna- 
tits, Newst., described as new, 
I. 34; in Gold Coast, I. 34, IX. 
43; in India, IX. 119; in 
Waziristan, X. 74 ; male of, 

IX. 43. 

Phlebotomits minittus vav. bedfordi, 
Newst., X. 50; described as new. 
from Transvaal, III. 11. 

Phlebotornus neglectus, Tonnoir, de- 
scribed as new from Eastern 
Adriatic, X. 8; possibly the 
chief caiTier of three-day fever, 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



167 



Phlebotonius nicnic, Banks, de- 
scribed as new, VII. 193; in 
Philippines, VII. 193, 194. 

Phlebotoinus nigerriiuus, a variety 
of P. perniciosus, q.v. 

Phlebotoinus papatasii, Scop., in 
Algeria, II. 199, III. 29, 231, 
V. 156, VII. 40, X. 39, 102, 187; 
in fowl houses in Brazil, X. 200; 
in Egypt, II. 100, VI. 239; in 
France, IV. 49, V. 13, VII. 99, IX. 
37, 58 ; in Guatemala, IV. 177 ; in 
India, II. 143, 158,165, III. 167, 
168, VII. 185, IX. 119 ; m Italy, 
VII. 6 ; in Macedonia and Albania, 
V. 145, 188, IX. 45, X. 125; 
in the Mediterranean Region, 
I. 27, 189, II. 4, 165, HI. 168, 
IV. 57, VI. 114, 215, VIII. 45, 
IX. 82; in Mesopotamia, VII. 
102, VIII. 15, IX. 145, 170, X. 
39, 102, 187; in Morocco, V. 
35, X. 53; in Palestine, IX. 
194 ; species resembling, in Pap- 
ua. IX. 216; in Portugal, I. 
73, VII. 30; not found on 
Island of Rouad, VI. 217; in 
Russia, VI. 79; in Salonika, 
IV. 179; in Senegal, I. 73; 
in Spain, VI. 49 ; in Sudan, 

I. 34, II. 38; in Tunisia, VI. 
204, X. 69; in Turkey, V. 113; 
in Waziristan, X. 74 ; Herpetom- 
onas found in, VIII. 89 ; disputed 
relation of, to oriental sore, VII. 
102, VIII. 15, IX. 82, X. 39, 
102, 187; and sand-fly fever, 

II. 4, 43, 59, 165, IV. 57, V. 37, 
153, VI. 79, 114, 215, 239, VII. 
6, VIII. 45, X. 125; possibly 
not the chief carrier of three-day 
fever, X. 8 ; especially attacking 
man, III. 231; bionomics of, 

I. 27, III. 168, VI. 204, IX. 145; 
breeding-places of, I. 27, II. 38, 

VII. 185; natural enemies of, 

II. 165, IX. 45; early stages of, 
IV. 32 ; abnormal individuals 
of, IX. 170, X. 50; anatomy of, 

VIII. 20; description of, II. 201, 

VIII. 108 ; systematic position of, 

IX. 20. 

Phlebotomus [Sergentiomyia] per- 
niciosus, Newst. {legeri, Mansion, 
lusitanicus, Franga), in Algeria, 

III. 29, 231, V. 146, VII. 40, 

X. 39, 102, 187; in Corsica, 
II. 4; in France, IX. 58, 70, 79; 
in Macedonia, X. 125 ; in Malta, 
I. 27, II. 165, III. 168; in 
Morocco, X. 53; in Portugal, 
VII. 30; in Spain, VI. 49 ; in 



Syria, VI. 217; in Tunisia, VI. 
204 ; and mediterranean dengue, 
VI. 217 ; associated with oriental 
sore, X. 187 ; and sand-fly fever, 
II. 165; new spirochaete in- 
festing, IX. 70; bionomics of, 
I. 27, III. 168; breeding-places 
of, I. 27; description of, II. 201, 
VIII. 108; anatomy of, VIII. 
20 ; abnormal individuals of, 
X. 50 ; P. neglectus resembling, 
X. 8; described as P. lusitanicus, 
sp. n., VII. 30; synonymy of, 
VIII. 21. 

Phlebotomus perniciosus var. nigerri- 
mus, Newst., in Malta, VIII. 108; 
description of, II. 201. 

Phlebotomus perturbans, de Meij., 
in Assam, X. 232. 

Phlebotomus roubaudi, Newst., de- 
scribed as new from W. Africa, 
I. 73; not associated with sand- 
fly fever, I. 73; anatomy of, 

VIII. 21; systematic position 
of, IX. 22. 

Phlebotomus {Sergentiomyia) ser- 
genti, Parrot {caucasicus, Marz.), 
described as new, V. 156 ; distri- 
bution of, X. 50, 74 ; in Algeria, 
V. 156, Vtl. 40, VIII. 21, X. 102; 
not transmitting oriental sore 
in Crete, IX. 82; in France, 

IX. 58; in India, IX. 119; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 43 ; in Moroc- 
co, X. 53; in Persia, IX. 43; 
in Portugal, VII. 30, VIII. 21; 
probably a carrier of sand-fly 
fever in Russia, VI. 79; in. 
Spain, VII. 78, VIII. 21; attack- 
ing man in Tunisia, X. 69; and 
oriental sore, X. 74 ; description 
of, VIII. 108; anatomy of, 
VIII. 20; described as P. cau- 
casicus, sp. n., VI. 79; synonymy 
of, IX. 43. 

Phlebotomus signatipennis, Newst., 
described as new from Gold 
Coast, IX. 43. 

Phlebotomus simillimus, Newst., de- 
scribed as new. III. 11; in W. 
Africa, III. 11, VIII. 21. 

Phlebotomus squaniipennis, Lutz & 
Neiva, in Dutch Guiana, TX. 31. 

Phlebotonius squamipleuris, Newst., 
described as new from Anglo- 
Egyptian Sudan, I. 34; in Gold 
Coast, V. 47. 

Phlebotomus squamiventris, Lutz & 
Neiva, described as new, I. 66; 
in Brazil, I. 66, IX. 149. 

Phlebotomus stantoni, Newst., de- 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



scribed as new from Malay 
States, III. 11. 
Phlebotomus sylvestris, in India, II. 
158. 

Phlebotomus tejerae, Larrousse, in 
Venezuela, X. 200. 

Phlebotomus trinidadensis, Newst., 
described as new from Trinidad, 
X. 125. 

Phlebotomus troglodytes, Lutz, in 
fowl houses in Brazil, X. 200 ; 
possibly identical with P. brump- 
ti, X. 200. 

Phlebotomus verrncarum, Towns., 
described as new, I. 203; trans- 
iTiitting verruga in Peru, I. 203, 
II. 49, 59, 186, IV. 65, 123, X. 200. 

Phlebotomus vexator, Coq., feeding 
on reptiles in U.S.A., II. 42, 
HI. 231, VII. 121. 

Phlebotomus walkeri, Newst., de- 
scribed as new, IX. 43 ; in 
Bolivia and Brazil, IX. 43, X. 
200; anatomy of, VIII. 20; 
P. longipalpis recorded as, IX. 43. 

phlebotomus, CuUcoides. 

phlogistus, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

phobifer, Cephenoniyia. 

phocae, Echinophthirius . 

Phoniomyia, Dyar, Dvarina pro- 
posed for, IX. 72. 

Phoniomyia, Theo., notice of key to, 
VIII. 32 ; in Fiji, IV. 21. 

Phoniomyia bimacitlipes (see Rachi- 
onotomvia) . 

Phoniomyia fuscipes (see Wyeomyia). 

Phoniomyia longirostris, Theo., in 
Brazil,' VI. 9i ; in Trinidad, V. 
60. 

Plioniomyia pallidiventer (see Wye- 
omyia) . 

Phoniomyia trinidadensis, Theo., 
Dyarina lassalli erroneously re- 
corded as, in Trinidad, IX. 72. 

Phora, on battlefields, IV. 18. 

Phcra aterrima, F., breeding-places 
of, IV. 51 ; in dead bodies, IX. 
121. 

Phora bergenstammi, Mik, P. domes- 
tica recorded as, IX. 149. 

Phora domestica. Wood, attacking 
molluscs, IX. 149. 

Phora giraudi. Egg., developing in 
snails, VIII. 24, X. 23. 

Phora notata, Zett., attacking mol- 
luscs, IX. 149. 

Phora [Tvupheoneura) opaca, Mg., 
breeding-places of, IV. 51. 

Phora (Trupheoneura) perennis, Mg., 
breeding-places of, IV. 51. 

Phora {Trupheoneura) trinervis. 
Beck., breeding-places of, IV. 51. 



Phorbia, trapped with ammonium 
carbonate, V. 45. 

Phorbia (Chortophila) cannabina, 
Stein, Kramer & Engel, parasitic 
on birds in Germany, X. 140. 

Phorbia [Chortophila) cilicrura, 
Rond., tireeding in manure in 
British Isles, IV. 108. 

Phorbia cinerella, Rond., breeding 
in manure in British Isles, VII. 
191. 

Phorbia [Chortophila) fugax, Mg., 
in houses in Britain, IV. 144. 

Phorbia muscaria, Mg., in Britain, 
III. 89. 

Phormia, VII. 40; Protocalliphora 
regarded as a subgenus of, IX, 
20 ; [Protocalliphora) notice of 
key to, X. 140. 

Phormia [Calliphora, Protocalli- 
phora) azurea, Fall, [chrysorrhoea, 
Macq.), infesting birds' nests in 
N. America, VIII. 68, IX. 20, 
48, X. 140 ; causing myiasis, 
III. 152; distinct from P. coeru- 
lea (sordida), IV. 16, VI. 177; 
synonym}' of, VIII. 52. 

Phormia [Protocalliphora) azurea, 
Mg. (see P. coerulea, R.-D.). 

Phormia [Protocalliphora) chrysorr- 
hoea, Macq. (see P. azurea. Fall.). 

Phormia coerulea, Malloch, described 
as new from N. Canada, VII. 196. 

Phormia [Protocalliphora) coerulea, 
R.-D. [azurea, Mg., sordida, 
Zett.), distribution of, IV. 78, 
X. 140; in Europe, VI. 155; 
in Lapland, VIII. 74; infesting 
birds' nests, III. 97, IV. 133, 
VI. 155, IX. 20, X. 140; biono- 
mics of, IV. 78 ; parasitised by 
Nasonia brevicornis, V. 158 ; P. 
azurea, Fall., distinct from, IV. 
16, VI. 177. 

Phormia [Calliphora, Protocalli- 
pJiora) groenlandica, Zett., infest- 
ing meat in Avistria, VI. 81; in 
British Isles, IV. 87, 102, 145, 
169, VIII. 22, 218; in Lapland 
VIII. 74; bionomics of, IV. 145 
sense reactions of, VII. 56 
natural enemies of, VIII. 22, 218 
baits for, IV. 169 ; key to species 
allied to, IX. 20. 

Phormia metallica. Towns., de- 
scribed as new, VIII. 68; in- 
festing birds' nests in N. America, 
VIII. 68, X. 140. 

Phormia [Euphormia) regina, Mg., 
in Canada, III. 155; in Russia, 

I. 151, III. 29; in U.S.A., 

II. 16, III. 62, 159, IV. 1, 5, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



169 



V. 92, 125, 128, 145, VI. 116, 
VII. 10, 121, VIII. 30, IX. 110, 
183, 194-195, X. 162, 170, 199; 

causing myiasis, III. 160; in- 
festing cattle, sheep, etc., IX. 

110, 183, X. 162, 170, 199; 

bionomics of, II. 16, III. 161, 
IV. 1, V. 92, 128; seasonal 
prevalence of, V. 125, VII. 10; 
dispersion of, by flight, VII. 121, 
IX. 194-195 ; measures against, 

IV. 5, V. 92, VI. 116, VIII. 30; 
key to species allied to, IX. 20; 
synonymy of, V. 41, VIII. 52. 

Phormia regina, R.-D. (see P. 

azurea, Fall.). 
Phormia {ProtocalUphora) sordida, 

Zett. (see P. coeriilea, R.-D.). 
Phormia terraenovae, R.— D., in 

Canada, III. 155, VII. 196; in 

U.S.A., V. 125, VI. 103, 116; 

seasonal prevalence of, V. 125 ; 

baits for, VI. 116. 
Phryxe vulgaris, Fall., in houses 

in Britain, IV. 144. 
Phthiriiis (see Phthiriis). 
Phihirus, confined to man. III. 3. 
Phthiriis {Phthiriiis) ingiiinalis, 

Leach (see P. pubis). 
Phthiriis {Phthirius) pubis, L., X. 

142; in E. Africa, IX. 93; in 

Australia, I. 165, VI. 62; in 

Ecuador, VI. 192 ; in Br. Guiana, 

V. 5, VII. 179; in India, I. 224; 
in Mesopotamia, X. 115; in 
Philippines, VII. 193; in Russia, 

111. 122, IV. 24 ; possibly trans- 
mitting recurrent fever, VI. 215; 
probably not a carrier of typhus, 
III. 201, V. 162; Rickettsia 
found in, X. 210; effect of bites 
of, VII. 70, X. 219; bionomics 
of, I. 188, VII. 70, VIII. 210; 
measures against, III. 232, V. 
182, VI. 219, VII. 172, IX. 191; 
systematic position of, VIII. 21 ; 
notices of text-books dealing 
with, VII. 45, VIII. 4, X. 67. 

Phygadeiion speculator. Thorns., 
parasite of Calliphora erythro- 
ccphala in Britain, VIII. 22. 

Phvllodromia germanica (see Blat- 
tella). 

ph vlloides, Demodex. 

Phvsostoinum, probably feeding on 
blood, IX. 43. 

picea, Erephopsis. 

piceiventris, A trichopogon. 

piceus, Alphitobius ; Hydrophilus. 

pici, Philornis {Mydaea). 

picta, Bagrada ; Palpomyia fasciata. 

picticeps, Tabanus (see T. taeniola). 



pictipennis, Anopheles {Cellia) ; Culi- 

coides. 
pictipes, Rhodnius ; Simulium. 
pictnm, Simulium. 
pictus, Anopheles (see A. hyrcanus) ; 

Cosmolestes. 
Pier is brassicae, L., chemotropism 

of larva of, I. 224. 
Pieris rapae, L., chemotropism of 

larva of, I. 224. 
pilati, Lucilia. 
piliferus, Haematopinits (Linogna- 

thus). 
pilosa, Miisca (see M. bezzii). 
pilosellus, Cimex. 
pilosipennis, Lasiohelea (see L. 

velox). 
pilosus, Ciilex ; Ixodes ; Trichodectes. 
pinguicornis, Haeinatopota. 
pinguinalis, Aglossa. 
pingtiis, Chrysoniyia (see C. com- 

brea) . 
Pinotus coenosus, Erich. (Copris 

colonicus, Har.), introduced into 

Hawaii against Lyperosia irritans, 

X. 83. 
pionips, Aedes. 
Piophila, N. American species of, 

V. 192 ; causing intestinal myia- 
sis, I. 111. 
Piophila affinis, Mg. {vulgaris. Fall.), 

bionomics of, in Britain, IV. 143. 
Piophila casei, L., in Britain, II. 

19; in France, II. 134; in 

India, VI. 63; in U.S.A., III. 62, 

V. 92 ; causing enteric myiasis, 

III. 152, V. 192; infesting 'meat, 
V. 92, VI. 63; in dead bodies. 
IX. 121 ; experiments with baits 
for, IV. 169. 

Piophila vulgaris. Fall, (see P. 

affinis) . 
piper salatus, Aedes {Ecculex, Ste- 

gomyia) . 
pipiens, Culex ; Syritta. 
pipistrelli, Cimex. 
pirangae, Ornithomyia. 
Pirates hybridus. Scop., in Algeria, 

IV. 139. 

Pirates strepitans, Ramb., in Algeria, 

IV. 139. 
piriformis, Ornithodorus. 
pistiae, Palpomyia ; Pvobezzia. 
pisticus, Ctenophthalmus . 
pitchfordi. Anopheles, 
pityocampa, Cnethocampa. 
placidum, Simuliuni. 
plagiata, Dichelacera. 
plangens, Chrysops. 
planum, Hyalomma. 
platensis, Prospalangia : Tabanus. 
Platyedra {Gelechia) gossypiella. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Saund., preyed on by Pediculoides 

ventricosus, II. 163. 
Platypsyllus castoris, Rits., parasitic 

on beavers, VI. 157. 
Platy stoma seminationis, F., in 

houses in Britain, IV. 144. 
Plaxemyia vitripennis (see Musca). 
plebeia, Thereva. 
pleuristriatiis, Culex. 
plinthopyga, Sarcophaga. 
Ploiaria (Emesodema) domestica, 

Scop., predacious on mosquitos 

in France, X. 147 ; predacious 

on Phlehotomus papatasii and 

bed-bugs in Macedonia, IX. 45. 
phimbeus, Hal., Anopheles {Coelo- 

diazesis). 
phtmbeits, auct.. Anopheles (see 

A. barianensis). 
plumiger, Glyciphagus. 
plumosa, Mitnomyia. 
pliirinotata, Stomoxys (see S. calci- 

trans) . 
pluto, Tabanus. 

phivialis, Anthomyia ; Haematopota. 
Pneumonyssus foxi, Weidman, 

found in the hmgs of a monkev, 

VIII. 198. 

Pneumoiiiber inacaci, Landois ~& 
Hoepke, infesting the lungs of a 
monkey, IV. 40. 

podagrica, Ascia. 

podagricus, Diachlorus. 

podographicus, Aedes (Finlaya). 

podostvla, Stilbomeiopa. 

Podiira aquatica, L., Achorutes via- 
iicits erroneously recorded as, 

IX. 56. 

Poecilochroa convictrix, Simon, living 
in nest of Coenotele gregalis, 
IV. 9. 

Poecilosoma quadripiinctatnm, F., 
bionomics of, in Brazil, VI. 90, 
91. 

poicilia, Aedes (Finlaya). 

poikiloptera, Parabezzia. 

Polietes albolineaia, Fall., in British 
Isles, IV. 145, VIII. 22; in 
Russia, I. 151; bionomics of, 
IV. 145 ; larvae of, predacious on 
other Muscid larvae, I. 109, 150. 

Polietes lardaria, F., bionomics of, 
in Britain, IV. 143, 145. 

poliochros, Aedes. 

Polistes hebraeus, F., predacious 
on house-flies in Fiji, IV. 41. 

polita, Dasyhelea ; Microchrysa. 

Pollenia ritdis, ¥., in Britain, II. 
19, HI. 89, 175, 184, IV. 46, 87, 
102, 121, 145, VII. 71, 191; in 
Canada, III. 155; in France, II. 
134; in U.S.A., IV. 5, V. 128, 



145, VI. 103, 158, VII. 10; 

causing intestinal myiasis in man, 

III. 152; hibernation of, IV. 87, 
102, 121, V. 128, VI. 158, VII. 
71, 191, IX. 28 ; Empusa rnuscae 
possibly hibernating on, VIII. 
123 ; seasonal prevalence of, 
VII. 10; natviral enemies of, 
II. 56, VIII. 123 ; trap for, IV. 5. 

Pollenia (Calliphora, Neopollenia) 
stygia, F. [villosa, R.-D.), infest- 
ing sheep in Australia, I. 225, 

II. 86, 94, III. 14, 15, 159, 184, 

IV. 183, V. 6, 165, VII. 100, 124, 
187, Vlll. 73, IX. 65, 155, 168, 
X. 1, 56; infesting sheep in New 
Zealand, VII. 107, IX. 168, X. 
165, 183, 204; bionomics of, 

III. 14, V. 6, 165, IX. 155; 
parasites of, VII. 100, IX. 65, 
X. 1, 56 ; effect of eucalyptus 
oil on, IV. 71 ; anatomy of 
larva of, IX. 64; svnonymv of, 
X. 56. 

Pollenia villosa, R.-D. (see P. 
stygia). 

pollinosa, Musca (see ]\I . cingalai- 
sina) . 

Polychrosis botrana, Schiff., carrier 
of the causal organism of diarr- 
hoea in Hungary, X. 3. 

polygonus, Tabanus. 

polymorphus, A rchaeopsylla. 

Polypedilum genesareth, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 
III. 51. 

Polypedilum liberiadis, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 

III. 51. 

Polyplax aculeatus (see Haeuiato- 
pinus). 

Polyplax arvicanthis, Bedford, de- 
scribed as new from Arvicanthis 
p2imilio in S. Africa, VIII. 9. 

Polyplax bidentatiis, Neum., on rats 
in Australia, I. 165. 

Polyplax calva, Wtrst., described 
as new from Cricetomvs gambianns 
in Africa, V. 69. 

Polyplax jonesi, Kellogg & Ferris, 
described as new from mouse in 
Zululand, IV. 120. 

Polyplax otomydis, Cummings, on 
Otomys irroratus in Zululand, IV. 
120. 

Polyplax serratns, Burm., experi- 
mental transmission of tularaemia 
by, X. 97. 

Polyplax spinulosits, Burm., in Aus- 
tralia, T. 165; in Sierra Leone, 

IV. 150; in West Indies, I. 186; 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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transmitting Trypanosoma lewisi 
in rats, VI. 86. 

Polyplax waterstoni, Bedford, de- 
scribed as new from rats in S. 
Africa, VIII. 9. 

polysticta, Palpomyia. 

poly tr ape zi us, L ipeurus . 

Popea palawanensis, Ludl., de- 
scribed as new from Philippines, 
II. 70. 

poriceps, Metathromhidimn. 

Porocephahis armillatus (see Ar- 
v.iillifer). 

porter i, Argas persicus. 

pose, Culex [Choeroporpa, Moch- 
lostyrax) . 

posticata, Psorophora {Janlhino- 
sonia) . 

potamida, Stratiotnyia. 

poiveri, Aedes [Stegomyia). 

praecox, Mitsca (see M. humilis). 

praefectus, Ceratophyllus. 

praegrandis, Choeroniyia {A uchmer- 
omyia). 

praematurus, Tabamis. 

praeterm issiis, Culicoides. 

pracustnm, Neottiophiluni. 

prashadi, Miisca. 

prasinopleurus, Culex. 

pratensis, Lygaeits. 

praioruni, Simulium ornatuni. 

pratti, Cephenomyia ; Ixodes. 

prehensilis, Macropocopris. 

Prenolepis longicornis, F., in houses 
in Jamaica, IX. 31. 

pretans, Aedes (see A. hirsuteron). 

pretoriensis. Anopheles ; Hodotermes. 

priestleyi, Calomyia. 

primaris, Aniphipsylla. 

princeps, Bogeria ; Tabamis. 

Prionognatkus, gen. n., IX. 76; 
referred to Thysanognathus, q.v. 

Priophorns padi, L., chemotropism 
of, I. 224. 

Pristirhynchomyia lineata (see Mus- 
ca). 

Prohezzia infuscata, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from Illinois, IV. 
55. 

Prohezzia pallida, Malloch, in Illin- 
ois, IV. 55. 

Prohezzia pistiae, I. & M., described 
as new from Gold Coast, X. 61 ; 
breeding-places of, X. 61. 

Prohezzia stephensi, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new from Gold Coast, 
X. 61. 
Prochyliza xanthostoma, Wlk., in 
houses in N. America, V. 192. 

proclamator , Culex. 

proclivis, Chrysops. 

Proctophyllodes trisetostis, Ewing & 



Stover, described as new from 
Sturnella magna in U.S.A., III. 
128. 

procus, Megarthroglossus. 

prodotes, Dyar, Aedes (see A. cata' 
phylla) . 

prodotes, Lund, Aedes (see A. ros- 
tochiensis). 

producticornis, Tahanus. 

Prohelea (see Ceratopogon). 

Prolabia (Apterygida) arachides, 
Yers., on hides from India, III. 
143. 

Prolaelius glossinae, Turn. & 
Waterst., described as new from 
Nyasaland, V. 2 ; parasite of 
Glossina morsitans , V. 2. 

prolepidis, Wyeomyia. 

prolixus, Aedes; Rhodnius. 

promisca, Musca (see M. humilis). 

promiscua, Ornithoica. 

Promusca doniestica (see Mitsca). 

Prophlebotomus, new subgenus of 
Phleboiomus (q.v.), X. 50. 

propria, Uranotaenia (see L^. atra). 

Prosimulium (see Simulium). 

Prosopolepis flui, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 60. 

Prospalangia, gen. n., VIII. 61. 

Prospalangia plaiensis, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
VIII. 61; parasitic on house- 
flies, VIII. 6i. 

Prater or hynchus argentinus, Brethes 
(see Anopheles pseudopunctipen- 
nis). 

Protersesthes, gen. n., erected for 
Tersesthes hrasiliensis, Lutz, IX. 
171. 

Protoanopheles (see Anopheles). 

ProtocalUphora, parasitic on birds, 
X. 140 ; notice of key to, X. 140 ; 
regarded as a subgenus of Phor- 
mia (q.v.), IX. 20." 

Protoculex serraius (see Aedes). 

Proiomacleaya alboventralis (see 
A edes) . 

Protomelanoconion, perhaps a dis- 
tinct subgenus of Culex, X. 153. 

Protomelanoconion fusca, Theo. (see 
Culex horridus). 

protracta, Triatoma. 

proviolans, Dinomyia. 

proxima, Rachionotomyia . 

pruina, Culex. 

pruinosum, Simulium. 

pruinosus, Atrichopogon. 

psarophanes, Silvius. 

psatharus, Culex [Choeroporpa). 
Pseudacanthocera sylverii, Macq., 
synonymy of, III. 82. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



pseudes, Dcinoccrites. 
pseudoakamushi, Tronibidium [Trom- 

bicula) . 
pseudoardens, Tabanus. 
pseudobarbirostris, Anopheles (see 

A. bancrofti). 
pseudobasalis, Tabanus. 
pseudocallosiis, Tabanus. 
pseiidocinereiis, Tabanus. 
Pseudoculicoides, a blood-sucking 

genus, VI. 83. 
Pseudoculicoides cinctus, Coq., at- 
tacking man in Florida, III. 163. 
Pseudoculicoides griseus, Coq., at- 
tacking man in Illinois, IV. 55. 
Pseudoculicoides major, Malloch, 

possibly a synonym of P. griseiis, 

IV. 55. 
pseudoequinutn, Simulium. 
Pseudogametes hermanni, Brauer & 

Bischof, in Brazil, VI. 129. 
Pseudogametes semiatra, Wied., in 

Brazil, VI. 129. 
Pseuctograbhamia tnaculata, Theo. 

(see Aedes piper salatus). 
Pseudohowardina linealis, Tayl. (see 

A edes lineatopennis) . 
Pseudohowardina lineata, Theo. (see 

Culex pulchrithorax) . 
Pseudolfersia, infesting birds in 

Brazil, VI. 92. 
Pseudolfersia fumipennis, Sahlberg, 

on birds in U.S.A., X. 148. 
Pseudolfersia niaculata, Coq., in 

Quebec, III. 155. 
Pseudolfersia meleagridis, Lutz, 

Neiva & Costa Lima, described 

as new from birds in Brazil, 

IV. 137. 
Pseudolfersia spinifera, I-each, on 

sea birds in Bahamas and Brazil, 

IV. 137, X. 148. 
Pseudolfersia vulturis, Wulp, on 

vultures in British Guiana and 

Mexico, IV. 138, VII. 129. 
pseudolucilia, Paratricyclea. 
pseudomaculipennis , Thysanogna- 

thus {Prionognathus) . 
pseudomaculipes. Anopheles [Arri- 

balzagia, Cycloleppteron). 
Pseudomenopon rostratula, Bedford, 

described as new from Rostratula 

capensis in S. Africa, VIII. 9. 
pseudomethysticus, Lemmamyia [Li- 

matus) . 
Pseudofnvzomyia (see Anopheles), 
pseudopallidepectoratus, Tabanus. 
pseudopalpalis, Tabanus. 
pseudopecten, Wyeoniyia. 
pseudopictus, Anopheles (see A. 

hyrcanus) . 
pseudopunctipennis , A nopheles. 



Pseudopyrellia (see Cryptolucilia). 
pseudoricardoae, Chrysops. 
Pseudornithomyia, gen. n., IV. 137. 
Pseudornithomyia ambigua, Lutz, 

Neiva & Costa Lima, described 

as new from birds in Brazil, IV. 

137, 138. 
Pseudorthellia, gen. n. proposed 

for Lucilia viridiceps, IV. 159. 
pseudoscutellaris, Aedes [Stegoniyia) 

(see A. variegatus). 
Pseudoselasoma, gen. n., X. 171. 
Pseudoselasoma nitidum, Brethes, 

described as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 
Pseudoselasoma opactim, Brethes, 

described as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 
Pseudoskusea (see Aedes). 
pseudospretella, Borkhausenia. 
Pseudostrebla, gen. n., X. 93. 
Pseudostrebla ribeiroi, Costa Lima, 

described as new from Tonatia 

amblyotes in Brazil, X. 93. 
Pseudotabanus queenslandi, Ric, in 

Australia, VI. 118, X. 109; 

described as Covizoneura kur- 

andae, sp. n., VI. 118. 
pseudotaeniatus , Aedes [Hulecoeteom- 

yia, Ochlerotatus).- 
Pseudotaeniorhynchus, n. n., I. 140. 
Pseudotaeniorhynchus conopas (see 

T aeniorhynchus) . 
Pseudotaeniorhynchus giblini (see 

Taen iorhynchus) . 
Pseudotaeti iorhynch us samoaen sis 

(see Culex). 
pseudotitillans, Taeniorhynchus 

[Mansonia). 
Pseudouranotaenia rowlandi (see 

Uranotaenia). 
pseudoivillmori , Nyssorhynchus (see 

Anopheles maculatxis). 
Psilohelea edentata, Edw., described 

as new from Britain, IX. 195. 
Psilohelea nitidula, Edw., described 

as new from Britain, IX. 195. 
Psilohelea perpusilla, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Britain, 

IX. 195. 
Psilohelea sociabilis, Goetgh., in 

Britain, IX. 195. 
Psocus, Rickettsia in, IX. 148. 
Psorophora { Janthinosoma) , in 

Guatemala, IV. 177 ; in Hon- 
duras, X. 165 ; percentage of, in 

Panama Canal Zone, VII. 127 ; 

in U.S.A., II. 78, VIII. 158; 

larvae of, predacious on Anophe- 

line larvae. III. 78; carrying 

eggs of Dermatobia hominis. III. 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Janthinosoma a subgenus of, X. 
153. 

Psorophora (Janihinosoma) albigena, 
?Lutz. in Brazil, VIII. 25. 

Psorophora apicalis, Theo. (see P. 
confinnis) . 

Psorophora (Janthinosoma) arribal- 
zagae, Giles (see P. discrucians). 

Psorophora centrals, Brethes (see 
P. posticata) . 

Psorophora ciliata, F., rare in New 
Jersey, I. 119; in Paraguay, 
VIII. 26; in U.S.A., III. 128, 
IV. 170, VIII. 58, X. 108; in 
Venezuela, X. 183 ; larvae of, 
predacious on other mosquito 
larvae, IV. 170, X. 108. 

Psorophora {Culex) cingulata, F., 
in Brazil, X. 158. 

Psorophora cojfini, D. & K., distri- 
bution of, in West Indies, IX. 
72 ; male of, IX. 72. 

Psorophora columbiae, D. & K., 
breeding-places of, in N. Carolina, 

IV. 61, 136. 

Psorophora [Culex, Janthinosoma) 
confinnis. Lynch [neoapicalis, 
Theo.), breeding-places of, in 
Grenada, V. 53 ; in Trinidad, 

V. 60 ; synonymy of, IX. 207. 
Psorophora elites, Dyar, described as 

new from Texas, VII. 22. 

Psorophora discolor, Coq., in U.S.A., 
IV. 136, VII. 22; habits of 
larva of, VII. 22 ; breeding-places 
■ of, IV. 136. 

Psorophora [Janthinosoma) discru- 
cians, Wlk. [arribalzagae, Giles), 
in Brazil, VI. 90, VIII. 25; in 
Trinidad, V. 60 ; habits of, 

VIII. 25. 

Psorophora [Janthinosoma) fiebrigi, 
Edw., described as new from 
Paraguay, X. 153. 

Psorophora floridensis, D. & K., in 
U.S.A., VIII. 58. 

Psorophora funiculus, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Colombia, 

IX. 9. 

Psorophora [Grabhamia) jamaicensis, 
Theo., in U.S.A., VIII. 187; 
species allied to, IX. 9. 

Psorophora [Janthinosoma) lutzi, 
Theo., in Brazil, VI. 130; in 
Trinidad, V. 60 ; in Venezuela, 

X. 183 ; carrying eggs of Derma- 
iobia, I. 106, 11.^25, III. 4, 131, 
IV. 157, V. 18, VI. 130, VII. 
10, 66. 

Psorophora lynchi, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
IX. 5. 



Psorophora (Janthinosoma) musica. 

Say (see P. sayi). 
Psorophora (Janthinosoma) musica,. 

auct. (see P. posticata). 
Psorophora [Janthinosoma) neoapi^ 

calls, Theo. (see P. confinnis). 
Psorophora (Janthinosoma) oblita, 

Arrib. (see P. posticata). 
Psorophora (P.) pallescens, Edw., 

described as new from Paraguav, 

X. 153. 
Psorophora [Janthinosoma) posti^ 

cata, Wied., in Argentina, VII. 

107 ; carrying eggs of Dermatobia 

hominis in Brazil, VII. 66, X. 

217 ; breeding-places of, in 

Grenada, V. 53 ; in Panama Canal 

Zone, IX. 108; in Trinidad, 

V. 60, X. 106; in Venezuela, 

X. 62; bionomics of, X. 108. 
Psorophora (J anthinosotna) purpur- 

ascens, Edw., described as new 

from Paraguay, X. 153. 
Psorophora saeva, D. & K., in 

Trinidad, V. 60 ; in Venezuela, 

X. 183. 
Psorophora (Aedes, Janthinosoma) 

savi, D. & K., in Canada, VIII. 

140 ; in Trinidad, V. 60 ; in 

U.S.A., I. 119, IV. 136; in 

Venezuela, X. 183 ; experimen- 
tally conveying anthrax, VI. 181 ; 

breeding-places of, IV. 136. 
Psorophora scintillans, Wlk., in 

Trinidad, V. 60. 
Psorophora siqnipennis, Coq., in 

U.S.A., VI. 8, VIII. 187. 
Psorophora texana, D. & K., in 

U.S.A., VIII. 187. 
Psorophora tibialis, R.-D., P. lynchi 

possibly a synonym of, IX. 5. 
Psorophora (Janthinosoma) tovari, 

Evans, described as new from 

Venezuela, X. 183. 
Psorophora (Grabhamia) varinervis, 

Edw., described as new from 

Paraguay, X. 153. 
Psoroptes, causing mange in horses, 

VII. 39, 183 ; hydrocyanic acid 

against, VIII. 168; anatomy of, 

IX. 54; notices of keys to, VI. 
81, IX. 10; valid species of, 

X. 32. 

Psoroptes communis, Fiirstenberg 

(see P. equi). 
Psoroptes communis var. bovis, Ger- 

lach, in S. Africa, IV. 187, IX. 

52; in Canada, VI. 14; in U.S.A., 

VII. 104; bionomics and control 

of, VI. 14. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Psoroptes communis var. caprae 
(see P. equi var. caprae). 

Psoroptes communis var. ciiniculi 
(see P. cuniculi). 

Psoroptes comtnunis var. equi, Her- 
ing (see P. equi). 

Psoroptes communis var. ovis, 
Hering (see P. ovis). 

Psoroptes cuniculi, Megn. {commu- 
nis var. cuniculi), on rabbits in 
S. Africa, IV. 187 ; in Argentina, 
VII. 175; in U.S.A., IV. 96. 

Psoroptes {Dermatodectes) equi, Her- 
ing {communis, Fiirstenberg, com^- 
niunis var. eqtti), X. 32; in S. 
Africa, III. 133; in Britain, 
IV. 178, VII. 166, X. 57; in 
U.S.A., VI. 170; infesting man, 
III. 226; infesting rabbits, III. 
226, X. 59, 60; bionomics of, 

III. 133; measures against, VII. 
39, X. 59, 60 ; anatomy of, 

IX. 54 ; hides damaged by, X. 
57. ■ 

Psoroptes equi {communis) var. ca- 
prae, in S. Africa, IV. 186; in 
Belgian Congo, I. 93, V. 35. 

Psoroptes natalensis. Hirst, X. 32 ; 
on Asiatic buffalo, IX. 52. 

Psoroptes ovis, Hering {communis 
var. ovis), in S. Africa, I. 81, 
II. 157, IV. 184-187; in S. 
America, X. 191 ; in Britain, 

X. 12; in Canada, V. 115, 118; 
in U.S.A., III. 150, IX. 110, 
X. 170, 199; on goats, I. 86, X. 
170; bionomics of, I. 81, II. 
157, IV. 184-187; measures 
against, II. 157, IV. 184-187, 
X. 12, 170, 191. 

Psychoda, Achorufes viaticus pre- 
dacious on, IX. 56. 

Psychoda alternata. Say, in France, 
II. 134; in U.S.A., VII. 24, 90, 
IX. 186, 187; bionomics of, 
VII. 24 ; measures against, in 
sewage filters, VII. 24, 90, IX. 
186, 187. 

Psychoda cinerea. Banks, measures 
against, in sewage filters in 
U.S.A., VII. 24. 

Psvchoda phalaenoides, L., in France, 
il. 134. 

Psychoda sexpunctata, Curt., effect 
of, on disposal of sewage, VI. 117. 

Pterolichus bicaudatus, Gerv., on 
ostriches in S. Africa, VIII. 166. 

Pterolichus sculpturatus. Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from ostriches 
in S. Africa, VIIT. 166. 

Pteroinalus, parasite of Lepidoptera, 

IV. 121. 



Pteromalus deplanatus, Nees, in 
houses in Britain, VII. 72. 

pteropi, Nycteridocoptes. 

Pterostichus madidus, Sturn., preda- 
cious on flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

Pterygodes, subgen. n. for Rhipice- 
phalus fulvus {q.v.), I. 146. 

Pterygophorus analis, Costa, cattle 
killed by eating larvae of, in 
Australia, IX. 215. 

Ptilolepis, gen.n., Musca inferior 
the type of {q.v.), IX. 76. 

Ptilonyssus nudus, Berl. & Trouess., 
on sparrows in Britain, IV. 142. 

Ptilopsylla, gen.n., IX. 61. 

Ptilopsylla leptina, J. & R., described 
as new from bats in Paraguay, 
IX. 61. 

Ptinus brunnciis, Duft., in dead 
bodies, IX. 121. 

puhescens, Erephopsis ; Trichodectes 
(see T. vestitus). 

pubis, Phthirus {Phthirius). 

pudicus, Chrysops. 

pugiuncuhis, Tabanus. 

pugnax, Onthophagus ; Tabanus. 

pulchella, Haematopota. 

pnlchellus, Rhipicephalus ; Tabanus. 

pulcherrima, Uranotaenia. 

pulcherrimus, Anopheles {Cellia). 

pulchra, Diatomineura ; Lucilia. 

pulchripalpis, Theo., Culex (see 
Aedes caspius). 

pulchripalpis, Rond., Orthopodomyia 
{Culex, Grabhamia, Ochlerotatus). 

pulchritarsis, Aedes. 

piilchrithorax, Culex. 

pulchriventer, Aedes {Finlaya). 

Pulex, rarity of, on rats in India, 
IX. 211 ; possibly a carrier of 
kala-azar, I. 30; excretion of 
undigested matter by, X. 28; 
effect of hvdrocyanic acid gas 
on, IX. 191.' 

Pulex cheopis (see Xenopsylla). 

Pulex conepati. Aim. Cunha, de- 
scribed as new. III. 82; on 
Conepatus sujfocans in Brazil, 
III. 82, VI. 92. 

Pulex dugesi. Baker, in Ecuador, 
VI. 192. 

Pulex hominis, DeG. (see P. irri- 
tans). 

Pulex irritans, L., VII. 155; world- 
wide distribution of, VIII. 3, 
IX. 38; in Annam, V. 51; 
in Argentina, VII. 181; in 
Australia. V. 41, VI. 62, VII. 187 ; 
in Brazil, VI. 92; in Britain, 
I. 103, 104, IV. 166, IX. 47; 
in Ceylon, V. 150 ; in Ecuador, 
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in British Guiana, VII. 179; not 

transmitting oriental sore in 
India, II. 184, IX. 208; in Dutch 
E. Indies, I. 90; in Malta, VI. 
43; in Mesopotamia, IX. 146 
in Messina, I. 130; in Morocco 
X. 102; in rhiHppines, VII. 194 
in Salonika, IV. 179 ; in Senegal 
X. 52; in Sweden, VII. 157 
. in Turkey, IX. 7; in U.S.A., 

IV. 34, VI. 183, 210; transmit- 
ting Dipylidiuui caninum, VIII. 
115 ; Herpetomonad parasites 
of. III. 144, IX. 162 ; experiments 
with leishmaniasis and, I. 4, 
II. 36, 177, IV. 49, 103, 130, 
IX. 55 ; possible relation of, to 
plague, I. 90, IV. 4, V. 150, VIII. 
3, 76, X. 159 ; possible relation 
of, to rheumatic fever, VIII. 75, 
IX. 38, 62 ; on badger, IX. 47 ; 
on dogs, IV. 58, VI. 183, IX. 47; 
on foxes, IX. 47, 96; on pigs, 
VII. 181; on rats, I. 103, 104, 

V. 51, X. 52 ; larval habits of, 
II. 131; measures against, II. 
62, IV. 34, IX. 146, X. 102; 
notice of text-book on, II. 17. 

Pulex irritans var. bahiensis, Aim. 
Cunha, in Brazil, III. 82, VI. 92. 

Pulex pallidus, Tasch., infesting 
foxes, IX. 96. 

Pulex penetrans (see Tunga). 

Pulex raptoris, Weiss, described as 
new from Hvstrix cristata in 
Tunis, V. 87. 

Pulex serratioeps, Gerv. (see Cteno- 
cephalus canis). 

pulicaris, Culicoides ; Nitzschia 
(see Dennyus truncatus). 

pullatus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus). 

piillnlns, Tabanus. 

pulverifer, Tabanus. 

pulverulentum, Simulium. 

pulverulentus, Aedes. 

pumila, Musca. 

pumilus, Culicoides ; Tabanus. 

punctata, Haemaphysalis cinnabar- 
ina ; Monedula. 

punctaticollis, Culicoides (see C. 
nubeculosus). 

punctatipennis, Dasvhelea. 

punciatissimus, Rhipicephalus san- 
guineus. 

punctatus, Aedes {Culex, Ochlerota- 
tus) (see A. caspius). 

punctibasis, A nopheles. 

puncticollis, Becker, Culicoides. 

puncticollis, Goetgh., Culicoides (see 
C nubeculosus). 

punctifer, Chrysops ; Tabanus. 

pmictigera, Lyperosia. 



punctimacula, Anopheles {Arribcci^ 

zagia). 
punctipennis, Anopheles, 
punctipes, Aedes [Skiisea). 
punctipleura, Tabanus. 
punctithorax, Culicoides. 
punctocostalis, Aedes {Banksinella). 
puHctodes, Aedes. 
punctolateralis, Aedes {Stegomyia) 

(see Rachionotoniyia atripes). 
punctor, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 
punctothoracis, Aedes {Ochlerotatus). 
punctulatus, A nopheles [Myzomyia, 

Neomyzomyia). 
p'unctum. Sepsis, 
punctum- album, Ceratopogon. 
punensis, Ceratophyllus ; Tabanus. 
pungens, Aegophagamyia ; Culex 

(see Aedes rusticus) ; Culicoides. 
puniens, Haematopota. 
punjabensis, Ceratophyllus. 
puripennis, C^ilicoides. 
purpurascens, Psorophora {J anthino- 

sonia) . 
purpurata, Rachionotomyia. 
purpurea, Lucilia (see L. caesar). 
purpureas, Rhinoestrits {Oestrus) ; 

Sabethinus {Sabethoides) . 
pusilla, Kempia; Microlynchia. 
pusillum, Hyalomma ; Microthrom- 

bidium ; Simulium. 
pusillus, Cotocripus ; Culex. 
putilla, Lagaropsylla. 
putoria, Chrysomyia {Musca, Pycno- 

soma) (see C. albiceps). 
putris, Themira. 
putus, Ixodes. 

Pycnosoma (see Chrysomyia). 
Pvgiopsylla, on rats in Java, V. 65. 
Pygiopsvlla ahalae, Roths., in lava, 

I. 87, 90, II. 115, III. 34, 205, 

IV. 128, VI. 54; and plague, 
I. 87, 90, II. 115, III. 34, IV. 4, 
VIII. 3; on rats. 111. 205, IV. 
128, VI. 54. 

Pygiopsylla hilli, Roths., on Pera- 
meles macrura in Australia, V. 41. 

Pygiopsylla ochi. Roths., on Tri- 
chosurus in Australia, V. 41. 

Pygiopsvlla pavida. Roths., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

V. 41; hosts of, V. 41. 
Pygiopsvlla robinsoni, Roths., hosts 

of, in' Sumatra, VII. 164. 
Pygiopsylla solida. Roths., described 

as new from Epimvs in Australia, 

V. 41. 
pygmaea, Erephopsis. 
pVgmaeus, Chrysoconops (see Taen- 

iorhynchus brevicellulus) ; Tabanus 

(see T. rivularis). 
pyophila, Sarcophaga. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Pyralis, infested with Hymenolepis 
diminuta, III. 138. 

Pyralis (Asopia) farinalis, L., inter- 
mediate host of Hymenolepis 
diminuta, V. 14, VIII. 85. 

Pyrellia anorufa, Villen., described 
as new from Cape Colony, IV. 125. 

Pyrellia antennatis, Hutton, infest- 
ing sheep in New Zealand, IX. 
168, X. 204. 

Pyrellia bequaerti, Villen., described 
as new from Ruwenzori, IV. 125. 

Pyrellia [Ophyra) cadaverina, L., 
in Belgian Congo, IV. 125 ; in 
Russia, I. 151; in dead bodies, 
IX. 121. 

Pyrellia distincta, Villen., described 
as new from Belgian Congo, 
IV. 125. 

Pyrellia ditissinia, Villen., described 
as new from Africa, IV. 125. 

Pyrellia eriophthalma, Macq., in 
Britain. III. 89, IV. 87, 102, 121, 
145, VII. 71, VIII. 22; hiberna- 
tion of, IV. 102, 121, VII. 71. 

Pyrellia lasiopihalnia, Macq., in 
houses in Britain, III. 184. 

Pyrellia laxifrons, Villen., described 
as new from Belgian Congo, IV. 
125. 

Pyrellia macidisquama, Villen., de- 
scribed as new from E. Africa, 
IV. 125. 

Pyrellia sercua, I\Ig., in Quebec, 
III. 155. 

Pyrellia versatilis, Villen., described 
as new from Ruwenzori, IV. 125. 

pyrenaiciis, Culex (see C. apicalis). 

Pyretophoriis (see Anopheles). 

Pyrrhocoris apterus, L., Herpetomon- 
as [Leptomouas) pvrrJiocoris in, 
IX. 144, X. 8, 121, 172. 

Q. 

quadraticeps , Trichodectes. 
quadrimaciilata, Calliphora ; Li- 

bellula. 
quadriniacnlatus. Anopheles ; Culex 

[Culicada] (see Aedes rusticus). 
quadripunctatitm, Poecilosoma. 
quadripiistulata, I Vint hem ia. 
quadrisetosa, Sarcophaga {Helicobia). 
quadrisignatus, CuUcoides ; Tabanus. 
quadrivittatus, Aedes. 
quartus, Aedes (see A. anniilipes). 
quasigelidus, Culex. 
quasimodesius, Culex. 
quasiornata, Rachionotomyia {Aedes, 

Mimeteomyia, Stegomyia) . 
quasisangiiinea, Hodgesia. 



quasiritbri thorax, Aedes [Ochlero- 
tatus). 

quasiunivittatus, Aedes (Ochlerota- 
ins) . 

quaylei, Aedes (see A. dorsalis). 

queenslandi , Pseudotabanus ; Taba- 
nus. 

queenslandis, Aedes [Finlaya). 

quinquecinctus, Tabanus. 

quinquefasciatus, Culex (see C. 
fatigans) . 

quinquelineatus, Aedes {Finlaya). 

quinquepiinctatus, Aedes {Aedimor- 
phiis, Ochlerotatus). 

quinquevittatus, Eretmopodites ; Ta- 
banus. 

R. 

rabida, Haematopota. 

Rachionotomyia, notice of kej^ to, 
X. 229. 

Rachionotomyia aenea, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from ]\falav States, 
IX. 133. 

Rachionotomyia aranoides, Theo., in 
Portuguese India, X. 68. 

Rachionotomyia {Aedes, Stegomyia) 
atra, Tayh, described as new, II. 
135; in "Papua, II. 135, III. 153. 

Rachionotomyia [Citlex, Mimeteo- 
tnyia, Scutomyia, Stegomyia) 
atripes, Skuse, IT. 149; in Aus- 
tralia, IV. 11, 182. 

Rachionotomyia {Phoniomyia) bi- 
maculipes, Theo., in Formosa, 
VI. 51. 

Rachionotomyia caledonica, Edw., 
described as new from New 
Caledonia, X. 154. 

Rachionotomyia coeruleocephala, 

Leic, in Sumatra, IV. 23. 

Rachionotomyia {Ficalbia) dofleini, 
Gtinther, breeding in pitcher 
plants in Ceylon, II. 43. 

Rachionotomyia {Mimeteomyia, 

Rachisoura, Stegomyia) filipes, 
Wlk. {hilli, Tayl.,5vfcf5/r's,Theo.), 
in Australia, IV. il, 183, V. 68; 
described as Stegomyia hilli, sp. n., 
from Melville Island, III. 37; 
synonymy of, IX. 134. 

Rachionotomyia monctifeva, Dyar, 
described as new from Philip- 
pines, IX. 51. 

Rachionotomyia nepenthis, Edw.. 
described as new from Borneo, 
III. 115. 

Rachionotomyia {Stegomyia) ornata, 
Tayl., described as new, II. 135; 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Rachionotornyia proxima, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, II. 
115. 

Rachionotornyia punctolateralis , 

Theo. (see R. atripes). 

Rachionotornyia purpuraia, Edw., 
described as new from Fiji, IX. 
133. 

Rachionotornyia [Aides, Mimeteo- 
myia, Stegomyia) quasiovnata, 
Tayl., described as new, IV. 11; 
in Australia, IV. 11, VII. 175; 
correct genus for, IX. 134. 

Rachionotornyia sylvestris, Theo. (see 
R.filipes). 

Rachionotornyia [Aedss, Ochlerotatus, 
Stegomyia) tasmaniensis, Strick- 
land, in Queensland, VI. 74; in 
Tasmania, III. 37, IV. 183; male 
of, V. 67. 

Rachionotornyia vicina, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, III. 
10. 

Rachisoura (see Rachionotornyia). 

radicum, Anthomyia. 

Radiocidex clavipalpus, Theo. (see 
Mimomyia chamberlain i) . 

rainbowi, Tabanus. 

Ranatra, in Russia, I. 195. 

rapae, Pieris. 

rapax, Lesticocampa. 

raphaelis, Ceratopogon. 

raptatorum, Olfersia. 

raptor, Liitzia ; Muscidifurax. 

raptoria, Lycosa. 

raptoris, Pulex. 

rasus, Ixodes. 

ratti, Demodex. 

Ravinia (see Sarcophaga). 

Raymondia huberi, Frauenfeld, in 
Somaliland, III. 136. 

recedens, Tabanus. 

recondita, Uranotaenia. 

recula, Ceratophylliis ignotus. 

reducens, Tabanus. 

reductor, Culex. 

Reduvius mayeti, Put., probably not 
a carrier of goitre in Algeria, IV. 
139. 

Reduvius personatus, L., supposed 
to feed on bed-bugs, I. 208. 

reduvius, Ixodes (see /. ricinus). 

Reedomyia pampangensis, Ludl. (see 
A edes alboscutellatus) . 

Reedomyia sudanensis (see A edes). 

reflexus, Argas (see A. columbae). 

regalis, Chrysomyia (see C. mar- 
ginalis) ; Haemagogus. 

regina, Mg., Phormia [Euphormia). 

regina, R.-D., Phormia (see P. 
azure a). 

reginae, A edes [Skusea). 

(K2009) 



regisgeorgii, Diatomineiira ; Tabanus. 

regius, Megarhinus [Toxorhynchites) 
(see M. splendens). 

regularis, Tabanus. 

reinwardti, Tabanus. 

relicta, Chrysops ; Dicladocera. 

relucens, Sericophorus. 

remipes, Sabethes. 

remotus, Copris ; Culicoides. 

remicria, Chrysomyia (see C. niega- 
cephala) . 

repicta, Aphiochaeta (see A. 
xanthina). 

repleta, Drosophila. 

reptans, Melusina; Simulium. 

restuans, Culex (see C. territans). 

reticulatus, Culicoides ; Derinacen- 
tor ; Ornithodorus (see O. talaje). 

retorta, Dasyhelea. 

Rhadinopsylla integella, J. & R., 
described as new from Microtus 
in France, IX. 61. 

Rhadinopsylla {Ctenophthalmiis) pen- 
tacantha. Roths., hosts of, in 
Britain. I. 103, IX. 47. 

rhecter, A edes [Ecculex). 

Rhegmoclema atrata, Say, breeding- 
places of, in U.S.A., VI. 116. 

rhinocerotis, Dermacentor. 

Rhinocoris (see Harpactor). 

Rhinoestvus, infesting horses in 
Africa, III. 99, VIII. 7; possibly 
causing ocular myiasis in man, 
VIII. 169 ; characters and hosts 
of, V. 49, 50. 

Rhinoestriis hippopotami, Griinberg, 
infesting hippopotamus in Africa, 
III. 217. 

Rhinoestrus nasalis, DeG. (see R. 
purpureus) . 

Rhinoestrus nivarleti, Rodh. & Beq., 
infesting bush pig in Belgian 
Congo, III. 146, V. 50. 

Rhinoestrus phacochaeri, Rodh. & 
Beq., described as new from 
wart hog in Africa, III. 198. 

Rhinoestrus purpureus, Br. {nasalis, 
DeG.), infesting equines in N. and 
E. Africa, VI. 239, VII. 170, IX. 
44 ; attacking cattle in W. Africa, 
III. 99: in Palestine, VI. 55: in 
Russia, III. 217; in Spain, VI. 
112 ; ■ causing ocular myiasis in 
man, VI. 55, 112, VIII. 66, 151; 
bionomics of, III. 217 ; incorrectly 
known as R. nasalis, VII. 55; 
characters distinguishing larvae 
of, from Oestrus ovis, I. 135, X. 
54. 

Rhinogastrophilus (see Gastrophilus). 

Rhinolophopsylla capensis, J. & R., 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



described as new from bats in 
Zululand, IX. 61. 

Rliinoniyza rodhaini, Beq., described 
as new from Belgian Congo, 1. 100. 

Rhinonyssus, new species of, in- 
festing birds in Shetlands, IX. i 
196. 

Rhipicentor bicornis, Nutt. & Warb., 
on canines in S. Africa, VII. 19. 1 

Rhipicephalus, and diseases of cattle i 
in Africa, VIII. 148, IX. 83, 93; 1 
on rodents in Egypt, III. 47 ; in 
Trinidad, II. 129; possible effect I 
of wool fat on, X. 187. 

R/ii picephalits appe7tdiculatus ,'Neura, 
[nitens, Neiim.), in E. Africa, 
I. 21, II. 140, V. 76 ; in S. Africa, 

I. 83, 112, II. Ill, 163, III. 20, 
21, VI. 167, VIII. 129, IX. 84, 
X. 64; in Angola, VIII. 167; 
in Belgian Congo, V. 35, VI. 161; 
in Nyasaland, I. 60, VIII. 33; 
in Italian Somaliland, IV. 70 ; 
and piroplasmosis of domestic 
animals, 1. 205, II. 140, 163, III. 
20, 142, IV. 64, V. 71, VIII. 129, 

165, 166, 167, X. 64; carrying 
gastro-enteritis in sheep and 
goats, V, 76 ; conveying horse- 
sickness, VI. 161; on dogs, III. 
4; bionomics of, II. 112, 163, IX. 
84; dipping against, I. 83, II. 
114, 163, III. 218, IV. 46, VI. 167 ; 
abnormalities in, X. 147 ; varia- 
tion in, I. 155. 

Rhipicephalus bursa, C. & F., in 
Caucasus, X. 102; on cattle in 
Egypt, III. 77 ; in Hungary and 
Rumania, IX. 116 ; transmitting 
NutialUa equi in Italy, X. 185 ; 
in Macedonia, VIII. 194; hosts 
of, in Mytilene, VIII. 146; in 
Venezuela, IX. 13 ; probably 
transmitting piroplasmosis of 
sheep, I. 206, V. 71, VIII. 165, 

166, 194, IX. 13, 116, X. 102 ; on 
dogs. III. 4; habits of sexes of, 
VIII. 23; parthenogenesis in, I. 
155 ; development of pads on 
feet of, VIII. 89. 

RhipicepJialus capensis, Koch, on 
cattle and donkeys in E. Africa, 

II. 124; in S. Africa, II. 112, 
VIII. 129; in Belgian Congo, IV. 
64, V. 35; in Nyasaland, VIII. 
33 ; transmitting piroplasmosis, 
IV. 64, V. 71, VIII. 129, 165; 
bionomics of, II. 112; on dogs, 

III. 4. 

Rhipicephalus ecinctus, Neum., in 

Italian Somaliland, IV. 70. 
Rhipicephalus evertsi, Neum., in 



E. Africa, L 21, III. 133, V. 173; 
in S. Africa, II. 105, 111, 177, 
III. 20, VIII. 129, IX. 83; in 

Angola, VIII. 167; in Belgian 
Congo, IV. 64 ; in Nyasaland, 
VIII. 33: on cattle in Egypt, III. 
77, IV. 192; in Mauritius, III. 
53, 221 ; and equine piroplasmosis, 

I. 38, II. 105, III. 20, IV. 64, 

V. 71, VIII. 194, IX. 83; and 
African coast fever, VIII. 129, 
165, 166; bionomics of, I. 83, 

II. 112, IX. 84; on dogs. III. 4; 
dipping against, II. 114, V. 173. 

Rhipicephalus evertsi var. albigeni- 

culatus, conveying horse sickness 

in Belgian Congo, VI. 161. 
Rhipicephalus evertsi var. mimeticus, 

Don., hosts of, in S.W. Africa, 

VII. 19. 
Rhipicephalus falcatus, Neum., on 

pigs in Mozambique, III. 91 ; in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Rhipicephalus (Pterygodes) fulvus, 

Neum., described as new from 

Tunisia, I. 146. 
Rhipicephalus haemaphysaloides. 

Sup., on cattle in Ceylon, X. 67; 

in India, I. 154, VII. 69; on pigs, 

VII. 69. 
Rhipicephalus lunulatus, Neum. (see 

R. triciispis). 
Rhipicephalus maculatus, Neum., 

on pigs in Mozambique, III. 91. 
Rhipicephalus neavei, Warb., in 

Mozambique, IX. 91. 
Rhipicephalus nitens, Neum. (see R. 

appendiculatus) . 
Rhipicephalus oculatus, Neum., hosts 

of, in S.W. Africa, VII. 19; hosts 

of, in Egypt, III. 77, IV. 192. 
Rhipicephalus pulchellus, Gerst., 

distribution and hosts of, I. 156; 

in E. Africa, I. 21, HI. 91; in 

Somaliland, II. 9, IV. 70; im- 
ported into Zanzibar, VI. 46; 

on dogs, III. 4. 
Rhipicephalus pimctatissitnus (see 

R. sanguineus punctatissimus) . 
Rhipicephalus ricinus (see Ixodes). 
Rhipicephalus sanguineus, Latr., 

in S. Africa, VII. 19, IX. 83; in 

W. Africa, IV. 45, 150, V. 48, 

VI. 225, IX. 101; in Brazil, II. 
57, IV. 39, VIII. 85, X. 234; in 
Ceylon, X. 67 ; in Costa Rica, X. 
31; in Egypt, III. 77, IV. 192; 
in France, IX. 89, X. 87; in 
British Guiana, V. 4 ; in Hungary, 
IX. 116; in India, HI. 5; in 
Macedonia, VIII. 194; in Mauri- 
tius, HI. 53, 221 ; in Mesopotamia, 



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IX. 146; in Mytileiie, VIII. 146; 
in Queensland, VIII. 73, 74; in 
Russia, V. 99; in Somaliland , II. 
9; in Tunis, IV. 63, 131, VI. 28, 
VII. 58, VIII. 67; in U.S.A., VI. 
183 ; in West Indies, II. 129, 175 ; 
transmitting canine piroplasniosis, 
I. 206, II. 83, III. 5, 110, IV. 
64, V. 71, VIII. 67, IX. 83, 101, 

X. 87, 218 ; probably transmitting 
piroplasniosis of horses, VIII. 
165, 194 ; intermediate host of 
Trypanosoma cvuzi, II. 57; a 
possible carrier of toxoplasmosis, 
VI. 183, VII. 58; attacking man, 
IX. 89; infesting foxes, IX. 96; 
bionomics of. III. 110; parasite 
of, IV. 39; repellent for, X. 31; 
effect of malnutrition on, II. 50; 
Cryptoplasma rhipicephali re- 
corded in error as a parasite of, 

IV. 63, 121; development of 
pads on feet of, VIII. 89. 

Rhipicephalus sanguineus var. punc- 
taiissimus, Gerst., transmitting 
Piroplasma cams in Venezuela, 
IX. 13; on dogs. III. 4. 

Rhipicephalus sinius, Koch, in E. 
Africa, I. 21 ; in S. Africa, II. Ill, 
III. 20, 222, VIII. 129; in W. 
Africa, IV. 150, IX. 101; in 
Angola, VIII. 167; in Belgian 
Congo, V. 35 ; in Madagascar, IX. 
173; in Mytilene, VIII. 146; in 
Nyasaland, VIII. 33; in Russia 
and Turkestan, V. 98, 99 ; in 
Somaliland, II. 9, IV. 70; in 
Turkey, VI. 13; in Venezuela, 
IX. 13 ; transmitting anaplas- 
mosis, VI. 10, VIII. 166; and 
piroplasniosis. III. 20, IV. 64, 

V. 71, VIII. 129, 165, 166, IX. 
13, 83, 101, 173; tick allied to, 
carrying Piroplasma gibsoni, III. 
5 ; on dogs. III. 4 ; on rhinoceros, 

III. 222. 

Rhipicephahis texanus, Banks, on 

dogs, III. 4. 
Rhipicephalus tricuspis, Don. {lunu- 

latus, Neum.), in Sierra Leone, 

IV. 45 ; on dogs. III. 4. 
Rhizoglyphus parasiticus, Dalgetty, 

causing water-itch in India, I. 16. 

rhizophorae, Haematopota. 

Rhizotrogus, destroyed by Tabanid 
larvae, III. 195. 

rhodesiensis, Anopheles; Leptoco- 
nops. 

Rhodnius brethesi, da Matta, de- 
scribed as new, VIII. 41 • in 
Brazil, VIII. 41, IX. 7. 

(K2009) 



Rhodnius limosus, Wlk., in Brazil, 

VIII. 41. 
Rhodnius nasutus, Stal, in Brazil, 

VIII. 41. 
Rhodnius pictipes, StSl, in Brazil, 

VIII. 41. 
Rhodnius prolixus, Stal, in Brazil, 

I. 188, VIII. 41 ; in San Salvador, 

III. 224; in Venezuela, VIII. 16, 

183 ; conveying Trypanosoma 

cruzi, I. 188, II. 87, VIII. 41; 

flagellates found in, II. 108, VIII. 

16, 183; feeding habits of. III. 

56, IV. 38. 
rhombicus, Tabanus. 
Rhopalopsyllus australis, Roths., on 

Myoprocta acouchi in British 

Guiana, VII. 129. 
Rhopalopsyllus lugubris, J. & R., on 

Myoprocta acouchi in British 

Guiana, VII. 129. 
Rhyparobia maderae, ¥., not sus- 
ceptible to plague bacilli, I. 113. 
Rhyphvis fenesiralis, Scop., breeding 

in manure in British Isles, VII. 

191 ; infected with Helicospo- 

ridiuni parasiticum, IX. 148. 
ribeiroi, Pseudostrebla. 
richiardii, Taeniorhynchus {Culex, 

Mansonia) . 
ricinoides, Ixodes, 
ricinus, Ixodes {Rhipicephalus). 
rima, Culex. 

riparius, Aides; Paederus. 
Ritteria nemoruni, Koch, in England, 

X. 119. 
Rivoltasia (Epidermoptes) bifurcata, 

Riv., in U.S.A., VI. 14; on 

fowls, II. 30, VI. 14. 
Rivoltasia {Epidermoptes) bilobata, 

Riv., on fowls, II. 30. 
rivularis, Tabanus. 
robinsoni, Pygiopsylla. 
robusta, Sarcophaga. 
rodhaini, Conostigmus ; Cordylobia 

{Stasisia) ; Rhinomyza. 
Rodhainomyia, Beq., gen. n. for 

Cobboldia chrysidiformis, VIII. 

108. 
Rodhainomyia {Cobboldia) chrysidi- 
formis, Ged., infesting African 

elephant, IV. 40, V. 35, VI. 107, 

VII. 116, 117, VIII. 108. 
Rodhainomyia {Cobboldia) roverei, 

Ged. (see R. chrysidiformis) . 
Rogenhofera, IX. 157. 
Rogenhofera dasypoda, Br., in Brazil, 

VT. 129. 
Rogenhofera grandis, Guer., in S. 

America, VI. 129. 
Rogenhofera trigonocephala, Br., in 

Brazil, VI. 129. 

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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



foloncetta, Wyeomyia. 

roperi, Uranotaenia. 

rossi, Anopheles [Myzomyia, Nysso- 

myzomyia, Psei(doniyzomyia) (see 

A . subpictus) ; Chiastopsylla ; Culex 

(see Aedes argenteus). 
rostochiensis, Aedes. 
rostrata, Benibex. 
rostratiila, Psendomeiiopon. 
yostratus, Ornithodorus. 
Rothschildella occidentalis, Aim. 

Cunha, described as new from 

Dasypus novemcinctus in Brazil, 

III. 82. 
roihschildi, Ixodes percavatus. 
rohmdata, Degeeriella. 
rotundatus, Cimex (Clinocoris) (see 

C. hemiptera) ; Saprinus. 
roubaudi, Phlebotonins. 
roucouyana, Dendroniyia. 
roverei, Cobboldia (see Rodhainomyia 

chrysidiformis) . 
rowlandi, Uranotaenia [Pseudourano- 

taenia). 
rubens, Haematopota. 
rubicunduluni, Siniulium. 
rubicundulus , Tabanus. 
rubidus, Tabanus. 
rubiginosus, Alcimus. 
yubithoracis, Culex {Lophocerato- 

myia) ; Topomyia. 
rubricallosus, Tabanus. 
rubriihorax, Aedes {Culex, Ochlero- 

tatus) ; Sirmilium; Tabanus. 
rubrofasciata, Triatoma {Conorhi- 

nus). 
riibrovaria, Triatoma. 
rudis, Pollenia. 
rufa, Solenopsis geminata ; Stilo- 

bezzia. 
rufescens, Atrichopogon. 
rufibarbis, Cephenomyia (see C. 

auribarbis) . 
ruficeps, Odontomachus. 
ruficollis, Corynetes ; Necrobia; 

Paederiis. 
ruficornis, Lucilia (see L. pulchra) ; 

Megaloceraea ; Sarcophaga ; Tab- 
anus nemoralis. 
ruficrus, Tabanus. 
rufifacies, Chrysomyia (Calliphora, 

Pycnosoma) (see C. albiceps). 
rufinotatus, Tabanus. 
rufipectus, Palpomyia (see P. ar- 

mipes) . 
rufipes, Anopheles; Aphiochaeta; 

Hippobosca ; Necrobia. . 
rufitarsis, Aulacogaster. 
rufiventris, Atrichopogon atratus ; 

Cuterebra ; Hyalomyia [Austro- 

phasia) ; Tabanus ; Tephrochla- 

mys. 



rufoabdominalis , Tabanus. 

rufoniger, Erephopsis. 

rufotuberculata, Triatoma. 

rufus, Tabanus. 

rugosicollis, Spalangia. 

rugulosa, Triatoma {Belminus). 

rupestris, Tabanus. 

rupinae, Tabanus. 

ruralis, Sarcophaga ; Voria. 

rusiictis, Aedes {Culex, Ochlerotatus). 

rutherfordi, Uranotaenia. 

rutilis, Culicoides inornatipennis. 

s. 

Sabethes, in Guatemala, IV. 177 ; 
percentage of, in Panama Canal 
Zone, VII. 127; notice of key 
to, VIII. 32. 

Sabethes albiprivatus, Lutz, in Bra- 
zil, VI. 91. 

Sabethes amazonicus, Gordon & 
Evans, described as new from 
Brazil, X. 234. 

Sabethes bipartipes, D. & K., pre- 
dacious larva of, in Surinam, 

IX. 88; in U.S.A., X. 130; 
probably identical with 5. chroio- 
pus, VIII. 60; anatomy of, 

X. 130. 

Sabethes chroiopus, D. & K., VIII. 

60 ; described as new from 

British Guiana, I. 164. 
Sabethes cyaneus, F., in Argentina, 

IX. 207; in U.S.A., X. 130; 
anatomy of, X. 130. 

Sabethes lociilipes, R.-D., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60. 

Sabethes longipes, Macq., in Brazil, 
VI. 91. 

Sabethes remipes, Wied., in Trinidad, 
V. 60. 

Sabethinus, notices of keys to, 
VIII. 32, IX. 72; larvae of, in 
Brazil, VIII. 26. 

Sabethinus aurescens, Theo., ana- 
tomy of, in U.S.A., X. 130. 

Sabethinus identicus, D. & K. 
(see S. aurescens). 

Sabethinus moerbista, D. & K., 
described as new from British 
Guiana, VII. 105. 

Sabethinus {Sabethoides) purpureas, 
Theo., in Trinidad, V. 60; in 
Brazil, VI. 91. 

Sabethinus {Sabethoides) undosus, 
Coq., in Trinidad, V. 60; in 
U.S.A., X. 130; anatomy of, 

X. 130. 

Sabethoides, notice of key to, VIII. 
32. 



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181 



Sahethoides confusus, Theo., in Bra- 
zil, VI. 91 ; in Trinidad, V. 60. 
Sahethoides imperfectus, B.-W. & B., 

described as new from Dutch 

Guiana, VIII. 59; attacking 

man, VIII. 59. 
Sahethoides nitidus, Theo., in British 

Guiana, X. 33 ; breeding-places 

of, in Trinidad, IV. 69. 
Sahethoides purpureus (see Sabethi- 

nus). 
Sahethoides undosus (see Sahethinus). 
saccharina, Lepisma. 
sacharovi. Anopheles, 
sackeni, Chrysops. 
saeva, Psorophora. 
sagax, Aedes {Culex, Ochlerofatus) . 
Sagittarius, Tabanus (see T. taeniola 

var. variatus). 
sakhalinensis, Haematopota. 
salinarius, Culex. 
salinelhis, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) . 
salinus, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) (see 

A. detritus), 
salisburiensis , Culex. 
salmi, Ceratopogon. 
salus, Culex (see C. sitiens) 
salutiferus, Gastrophilus (see G. 

nasalis) . 
salvazai, Tabanus. 
samboni, Simulium. 
Samea multiplicalis, Gn., destroying 

Pistia stratiotes in Panama Canal 

Zone, VII. 4. 
samoaensis, Culex [Pseudotaenio- 

rhynchus) . 
sanctaemarthae , Culicoides. 
sanctilaurentii , A trichopogon. 
sanguinarius, Tabanus. 
sanguineum, Simulium. 
sanguineus, Dermanyssus ; Haemoga- 

masus ; Rhipicephalus ; Tabanus. 
sanguinolenius, Bdellolarnyx. 
sanguisiiga, Triatoma [Conorhinus) . 
sanguisugens, Haematobia. 
sanguisugus, Culicoides. 
sansoni, Aedes. 

sapphirina, Epicauta ; Uranotaenia. 
sapporoensis , Tabanus. 
sapporoenus , Tabanus. 
Saprinits rotundatus, Kug., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
Sapromvza fuscicornis, Macq., in 

Queensland, VIII. 189. 
saramaccensis, Culex (Choeroporpa). 
Sarcophaga, VI. 112, VII. 40; in 

Australia, IX. 118, 155, X. 1; 

in Belgian Congo, I. 140, VII. 

121 ; in Brazil, V. 28 ; in British 

Isles, VII. 191; in Egypt, IV. 



142, VI. 100; in Hawaii, VI. 
164; in India, IX. 53, 208, 
X. 17, 74, 195; in Dutch E. 
Indies, X. 211 ; in Korea, X. 206 ; 
in Salonika, IV. 179 ; dispersion 
of, by flight in U.S.A., IX. 194; 
in Zanzibar, VI. 124; causing 
myiasis, III. 43, 98, V. 28, IX. 
53, X. 17, 195, 211; bacteria 
transmitted from larva to adult 
of, II. 62; Herpetomonas sarco- 
phagae in, IX. 208 ; trypanosomes 
of, unable to live in other flies, 

VI. 34 ; readily attacked by 
parasites of Glossina, VI. 99; 
possible relation of, to protozoa 
in plants, X. 145 ; hibernation 
of, X. 206 ; stimuli to oviposition 
of, I. 224, IX. 139; natural 
enemies of, I. 140, V. 74, 158, 

IX. 156, X. 1, 74 ; measures 
against, VI. 100, IX. 191; trap 
for, IV. 142. 

Sarcophaga alpha, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga arvensis, R.-D., in dead 
bodies, IX. 121. 

Sarcophaga aurifinis, Wlk., in West 
Indies, II. 175. 

Sarcophaga aurifrons, Macq., in 
Australia, III. 14, 16, IV. 183, 

VII. 100, VIII. 60, 74, IX. 216, 

X. 1, 56 ; natural enemies of, 

VII. 100, VIII. 60, X. 1, 56. 
Sarcophaga bancvofti, Johnst. & 

Tiegs, described as new from 
Queensland, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga beta, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga bullata, Parker, de- 
scribed as new, V. 34; in U.S.A., 
IV. 5, V. 34 ; baits for, IV. 5. 

Sarcophaga carnaria, L. [laticrus, 
R.-D.), in Austria, VI. 81; in 
British Isles, II. 19, IV. 143, 169, 

VIII. 22; in France, II. 134; 
in Gallipoli, IV. 92, VI. 26; 
in Ital}^ III. 152; in Korea, 

VII. 142, IX. 180, X. 206; in 
Manchuria, X. 45 ; in Poland, 

VIII. 119; in Sweden, VII. 157; 
in U.S.A., VI. 169; in Venezu- 
ela, VI. 51 ; on battlefields, IV. 
18; causing myiasis, I. 175, 
III. 31, 152, IV.' 88, VI. 3, 51, 
169 ; i"elation of, to dissemination 
of disease, I. 117 ; in dead bodies, 

IX. 121; bionomics of, IV. 143; 
parasitising Helix aspersa, X. 23; 
hibernation of, IX. 180, X. 206; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



natural enemies of, VIII. 22; 
baits for, IV. 169. 
Sarcophaga chrysostoma, Wied., in 

Brazil, IX. 6. 
Sarcophaga {Ravinia) communis, 
Parker, in U.S.A., III. 61, IV. 5, 
V. 125, 145 ; breeding-places 
of, III. 61; seasonal prevalence 
of, V. 125; baits for, IV. 5, 
V. 45. 
Sarcophaga conita, in Brazil, IX. 6. 
Sarcophaga cooleyi, Parker, de- 
scribed as new. III. 47 ; in 
U.S.A., III. 47, V. 125; seasonal 
prevalence of, V. 125. 
Sarcophaga cruentata, Mg., in Rus- 
sia, I. 151. 
Sarcophaga delta, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga eta, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga falculata, Pand., in Aus- 
tria, VI. 81; in Egypt, VI. 239. 
Sarcophaga filia, Pand., larva of, 

attacking molluscs, IX. 149. 
Sarcophaga frerei, Mattos, described 

as new from Brazil, IX. 6. 
Sarcophaga froggatti, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, V. 54; infesting 
sheep in Australia, V. 54, IX. 
216, X. 143. 
Sarcophaga frontalis. Thorns, (see 

5. miser a). 
Sarcophaga frontalis, auct. nee 

Thorns, (see 5. tryoni). 
Sarcophaga fuscicaiida, Boettcher, 

infesting man, VIII. 74. 
Sarcophaga gamma, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga georgina, Wied., in Bra- 
zil, IX. Q. 
Sarcophaga {Ravinia) haematodes, 
Mg., developing in dead snails, 
X. 24. 
Sarcophaga haemorrhoidalis, F. 
{nuriis, Rond.), in Austria, VI. 
81; in Belgian Congo, V. 139; 
in French Guinea, IV. 21 ; in 
Mesopotamia, IX. 15 ; in Natal, 
VII. 11; in Somaliland, III. 
136; in U.S.A., III. 61, IV. 5, 
V. 125 ; causing intestinal myia- 
sis in man, VI. 3 ; flagellates 
found in, VIII. 88 ; bionomics 
of, V. 139 ; seasonal prevalence 
of, V. 125 ; breeding-places of, 
III. 61; Bembex predaciovis on, 
VII. 11; baits for, IV. 5. 
Sarcophaga helicis. Towns., in 



U.S.A., IV. 5, V. 145; baits for, 
IV. 5. 

Sarcophaga hirtipes, Wied., in So- 
maliland, III. 136. 

Sarcophaga impatiens, Wlk., in 
Australia, IX. 215, X. 1 ; parasite 
of, X. 1. 

Sarcophaga iota, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga irrequieta, Wlk., in 
Queensland, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga kappa, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga kellyi. Aid., in U.S.A., 

IX. 203; destroying grass- 
hoppers, VII. 86, IX. 203. 

Sarcophaga knabi, Parker (see S. 
froggatti). 

Sarcophaga lambens, Wied., causing 
myiasis in Brazil, I. 175, III. 159. 

Sarcophaga laticrus, R.-D. (see S. 
carnaria). 

Sarcophaga latifrons (see Sarcophila). 

Sarcophaga {Ravinia) latisetosa, Par- 
ker, in U.S.A., IV. 5, V. 145; 
baits for, IV. 5. 

Sarcophaga tnagnifica (see Wohlfahr- 
tia). 

Sarcophaga melaneura, Mg., in Bri- 
tain, IV. 143; in Russia, I. 151; 
bionomics of, IV. 143; parasitic 
on molluscs, IX. 149, X. 23. 

Sarcophaga miser a, Wlk., trans- 
mission of Habronema by, in 
Queensland, VIII. 187, IX. 216. 

X. 15. 

Sarcophaga misera var. dux, Thorns., 

in Queensland, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga tnortuorum (see Cynom- 

yia) . 
Sarcophaga neivai, Mattos, described 

as new from Brazil, IX. 6. 
Sarcophaga minis, Rond. (see S. 

haemorrhoidalis) . 
Sarcophaga ochripalpis, Thoms. (see 

S. irrequieta). 
Sarcophaga {Parasarcophaga) omega, 

Johnst. & Tiegs, described as new 

from Queensland, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga omikron, Johnst. & 

Tiegs, described as new from 

Queensland, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga otiosa, Will., in West 

Indies, II. 175. 
Sarcophaga pallinervis, Thoms., I. 

36. 
Sarcophaga paulistanensis, Mattos. 

described as new from Brazil, 

IX. 6. 
Sarcophaga {Ravinia) peniculata. 



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Parker, in U.S.A.. III. 61, V. 
125; breeding-places of, III. 
61 ; seasonal prevalence of, V. 
125. 

Sarcophaga plinthopyga, Wied., in 
Brazil, IX. 6 ; in West Indies, 
II. 175. 

Sarcophaga pyophila, Neiva & De 
Faria, causing myiasis in S. 
America, I. 175, III. 159. 

Sarcophaga (Helicobia) quadrisetosa, 
Coq., parasitised by Spalangia 
tnuscidaruni, II. 22. 

Sarcophaga robusta, Aldr., in U.S.A., 
X. 162. 

Sarcophaga ritficornis, Wied., caus- 
ing myiasis in India, I. 175 
{riificollis in error). III. 159, 

VI. 63 {ruficollis in error), IX. 
180; bionomics of, VI. 63. 

Sarcophaga ruralis, Mg. (see Wohl- 
fahrtia magnifica) . 

Sarcophaga sarraceniae, Riley, pos- 
terior stigmata of larva of, II. 
131. 

Sarcophaga scoparia, Pand., subsp. 
neartica, Parker, described as new 
from U.S.A.. V. 34. 

Sarcophaga signia, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga soror, Rond., parasitis- 
ing Helix aspersa, X. 23. 

Sarcophaga subtuberosa, Parker (see 
S. misera var. dux). 

Sarcophaga tessellata, Wied., in 
Brazil, IX. 6. 

Sarcophaga texana, Aldr., in U.S.A., 
X. 162. 

Sarcophaga theta, Johnst. & Tiegs, 
described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 

Sarcophaga tryoni, Johnst. & Tiegs 
{frontalis, auct.), described as 
new, IX. 216 ; in Queensland, 

VII. 74, IX. 216. 
Sarcophaga tuberosa, Pand., var. 

sarracenioides, Aldr., in U.S.A., 

X. 162. 
Sarcophaga wohlfahrii, Rond. (see 

Wohlfahriia magnifica) . 
Sarcophaga xanthophora, Wied., in 

Brazil, IX. 6. 
Sarcophaga zeta, Johnst. & Tiegs, 

described as new from Queens- 
land, IX. 216. 
sarcophagae, Dirhiniis. 
sarcophagoides, Cuterebra. 
Sarcophila [Sarcophaga) latifrons, 

Fall., in Russia, I. 151; and 

myiasis, I. 175, IV. 88. 



Sarcophila magnifica (see Wohlfahr- 
iia) . 

Sarcophila mcigeni, Portsch. (see 
Wohlfahriia magnifica) . 

Sarcopsylla gallinacea (see Echidno- 
phaga) . 

Sarcopsylla peneirans (see Tunga). 

Sarcopierinus nidulans, Nitzsch,, 
measures against, on fowls, II. 
30. 

Sarcopies, in Britain, VI. 81 ; 
causing mange in rabbits, IX. 
155 ; on chimpanzees, IX. 186 ; 
on goats, I. 86; on horses, VII. 
183 ; key distinguishing, from 
forage mites, IX. 10 ; hydro- 
cyanic acid against, VIII. 168; 
effect of heat on, V. 90 ; survey 
of, VIII. 219. 

Sarcopies caii (see Noioedriis). 

Sarcopies cunicuU minor (see Notoe- 
drus) . 

Sarcopies cynoiis, Hering, causing 
otitis in dogs, I. 101. 

Sarcopies laevis (see Cnemidocoptes) . 

Sarcopies muians (see Cneniido- 
copies) . 

Sarcopies noioedres, Megn. (see No- 
ioedrus muris) . 

Sarcopies {Acarus) scabiei, DeG., 

III. 44; in Australia, X. 56; 
causing mange in horses in 
Denmark, VIII. 83 ; in Salonika, 

IV. 179 ; infesting mafl in Serbia, 

V. 31; in Sweden, VII. 157; 
and leprosy in Zanzibar, I. 54; 
man infected with, from horses, 
X. 141 ; forms of, causing mange 
on man and animals, VIII. 219; 
infesting dogs and cats. III. 5. 
X. 56. 

Sarcopies scabiei bovis, Robin, in S. 

Africa, IV. 187 ; measures 

against, on cattle in U.S.A., 

VII. 92, 104; bionomics of, 

VII. 104. 
Sarcopies scabiei cameli, Megn., 

causing mange in Algeria, VII. 

85 ; measures against, in Egypt, 

IX. 109 ; known to attack 

man, VII. 161. 
Sarcopies scabiei canis, Gerlach, 

in U.S.A., IV. 58, VI. 44, 183; 

known to attack man, VII. 161. 
Sarcopies scabiei caprae, Fiirst., 

in Belgian Congo, I. 93 ; known to 

attack man, VII. 161; measures 

against, I. 93. 
Sarcopies scabiei communis, Dela- 

fond & Bourguignon, infesting 

man, V. 181, IX. 3. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Sar copies scahiei crustosae, Fiirst., 

IX. 148. 

Sarcoptes scabiei cvtniculi, Gerlach, 

measures against, VI. 94, X. 60. 
Sarcoptes scahiei equi, Gerlach, in 

Brazil, VI. 92; in Russia, X. 

180 ; measures against, IV. 178, 

VI. 170, VII. 131, 136, 166, VIII. 

219; known to attack man, VII. 

161 ; specific identity of, VIII. 

219, X. 216; anatomy of, IX. 

148. 
Sarcoptes scabiei furonis, Raill., 

infesting ferrets. III. 5, 6. 
Sarcoptes scabiei hominis, Hering, 

bionomics of, VII. 161 ; on ships, 

X. 142; specific identity of, 
X. 216 ; varieties allied to, IX. 
148. 

Sarcoptes scabiei leonis, Raill., 

known to attack man, VII. 161. 
Sarcoptes scabiei ovis, Megn., carried 

by dogs, IV. 58. 
Sarcoptes scabiei suis, Megn., 

measures against, VI. 170, VII. 

175, VIII. 52, 200; infesting 

dogs, III. 5 ; known to attack 

man, VII. 161. 
Sarcoptes scabiei viilpis, Fiirst., in 

Canada, X. 139 ; infesting foxes, 

IX. 96, X. 139. 
Sarcoptes squamifer, Fiirst. (see 5. 

scabiei suis). 
Sargits cuprarius, L., breeding in 

manure in British Isles, IV. 108, 

144, VII. 191. 
Sargits iridatiis, Scop., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
sariniis, Ceratophyllus. 
sarraceniae , Sarcophaga. 
sarracenioides, Sarcophaga tnberosa. 
satunini, Hystrichopsylla . 
saturejae, Holcocranum. 
saurarmn, Liponyssus. 
savignyi, Ornithodorus. 
savii, Ctenophthalnius. 
saxatilis, Culex {Neoculex) (see C. 

apicalis). 
sayi, Psorophora {Aedes, Janthino- 

sonia) posticata. 
scabiei, Sarcoptes {A earns). 
scalaris, Anthomyia (Homalomyia) ; 

Aphiochacta ; Trichodectes. 
scapiilaris, Aedes {Culex, Leucomvia, 

Ochlerolatus) ; Ixodes. 
Scatophaga, in buildings in British 

Isles, VII. 191. 
Scatophaga furcata, Sav, predacious 

on house-flies. in U.S.A., V. 30. 
Scatophaga merdaria, F., predacious 

on Scatopse notata, II. 56. 
Scatophaga stercoraria, L., IV. 46 ; 



in Britain, II. 19, IV. 108, 143, 
VIII. 22, IX. 57; in France. 
II. 134; in Korea, IX. 180, X. 
206; in India, VII. 129; in 
U.S.A., IV. 5; hibernation of, 

IV. 143, IX. 180, X. 206; 
predacious on other Diptera, 
IT. 56, IX. 57; of doubtful 
value against blow-flies, IX. 140 ; 
natural enemies of, VIII. 22; 
traps for, IV. 5. 

scatophagoides, Mucidus. 
Scatopse, in U.S.A.. III. 62. 
Scatopse notata, L., breeding in 

manure in British Isles, VII. 191; 

breeding in cesspools in France, 

X. 30 ; preyed on by Scatophaga 

stercoraria, II. 56. 
Scaurus, infested with Hymenolepis 

diminuta. III. 138. 
Scaurus strialus, L., intermediate 

host of Hymenolepis diminuta, 

V. 14, VIII. 85. 

Scenopinus fenestralis, L., in Britain, 
IT. 19; in U.S.A., V. 145, VI. 
103 ; predacious on other insects, 

V. 145. 

schefferi, Hystrichopsylla. 

schelkovnikovi, A mphipsylla. 

Schistocerca americana, Drury, 
attacked by Euthrombidium in 
N. America, VI. 148. 

Schizodactylus (see Ankistrodacty- 
lus) . 

schmalzi, Cuterebra. 

scholasticus, Culex. 

schbnbaueri, Simulium. 

Schbngastia americana, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from fowls in 
U.S.A., IX. 51. 

Schbngastia indica. Hirst, described 
as new from Nesokia bengalensis 
in Calcutta, III. 228. 

Schbngastia vandersandei, Oud., at- 
tacking man in New Guinea, 

VI. 147. 

Schbngastiella bengalensis, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from Mus rattus 
in Calcutta, III. 228. 

schiiffneri, A nopheles. 

schultzei, Culicoides. 

schwetzi, Corizoneura ; Glossina. 

Sciara, breeding in manure in 
British Isles, VII. 191. 

Sciara coprophila, Lintner, Schnei- 
deria metamorphosa in, in Kansas, 
X. 206. 

Sciara militaris. Now., preyed on 
by Muscina pabulorum, I. 109. 

scintillans, Psorophora. 

Sciomyza dubia. Fin., larvae of, 
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185 



scionoides, Erephopsts. 

Scipio aulacodi, Neum., on Thryono- 

mys in S. Africa, IV. 120. 
Scipio breviceps, Ferris, described 

as new from Thrvonomys in 

S. Africa, IV. 120. 
sciurinus, Liponyssus. 
sciiironim, Ceratophylliis. 
Sclerodermus sidneyanus, Westw., 

attacking man in Macedonia, 

IX. 45. 
scoparia, Sarcophaga. 
scorpioides, Chelifer. 
sciidderi, Bogeria. 
sculpturatus, Pierolichus. 
scupeiise, Hyalonima. 
scutellaris, Theo., Aedes (see A. 

albopictus) . 
scutellaris, Wlk., Aedes (see A. 

variegatus) . 
scutellaris, Figites ; Haetnatopota ; 

Olfersia ; Trombicula. 
scntellatiis , Diachlorus. 
Scutiger a forceps, Rafin., predacious 

on house-flies and bedbugs in 

U.S.A., V. 48, VI. 103. 
Scutomyia atripes (see Rachionoto- 

myia) . 
Scutomyia notoscripta (see Aedes). 
Scutomyia treubi (see Armigeres). 
secedens, Tabanus. 
seclusus, Tabanus. 
secttnda, Culex {CarrolUa). 
secura, Neopsylla. 
segmentarius , Harpactor {Rhino- 

coris) . 
Selasoma tibiale, F., in Brazil, IV. 

36 ; in British Guiana, VII. 129. 
selengensis , Anopheles (see A. macu- 

lipennis) . 
semiargentata, Limnophora. 
semiatra, Pseudogametes. 
semicantans, Aedes (Ochlcrotatus). 
semifasciatits, N eohaematopinus an- 

tennatus. 
semifumosa, Palpomyia. 
seminationis, Platystoma. 
semisordidus, Tabanus. 
senile, Simulium. 
senior, Tabanus. 
senior -whitei, Musca. 
seoule-nsis, Aedes (Finlaya). 
separatiis. Anopheles. 
Sepsis, N.American species of, V. 

192 ; breeding in manure in 

British Isles, VII. 191 ; hiberna- 
tion of, in Korea, IX. 180. 
Sepsis minuta, Wied., in U.S.A., 

V. 145 ; trap for, V. 45. 
Sepsis punctufn, Mg., in Britain, 

II. 19. 



Sepsis violacea, L., in U.S.A., V» 

145. 
septemnotata, Limnophora. 
septempunctatus , Taeniorhynch us 

[Mansonioides] . 
septentrionalis, Megarhiniis ; Taba- 
nus. 
sequax, Tabanus. 
Serena, Pyrellia. 
serenissma, Lucilia (see L. argyri^ 

cephala) . 
sergenti, Anopheles ; Culex (see 

C. apicalis) ; Culicoides {Diplo- 

sella) ; Phlebotomus {Sergentio- 

myia) . 
Sergentiomyia, a subgenus of Phle- 
botomus iq.v.), IX. 22, X. 50. 
sericata, Lucilia. 

sericatum, Simulium [Boophthora). 
sericeiventris, Tabanus. 
Sericophorus relucens, Sm., preda- 
cious on Lyperosia exigua in 

Australia, VI. 119. 
Sericothrombium, in England, X. 

119. 
Serinetha amicta, Germ., Lepto- 

monas found in, in Belgian Congo, 

I. 141. 
Serinetha fraterna, Westw., Lepto- 

monas found in, in Belgian Congo, 

I. 141. 
serrata, Blepharoptera [Leria] ; Hae- 

matobia (see Lyperosia irritans). 
serraticeps, Ctenocephalus (Pulex) 

(see C. canis). 
serraticus, Trichodectes. 
Serrator, in dead bodies, IX. 121. 
serratus, Aedes [Culex, Protoculex) ; 

Polyplax. 
sessilis, Atrichopogon. 
setifer, Ceutrorhynchus{see Cotocripus 

caridei). 
setigena, Fannia. 
setiger, Liponyssus. 
setigera, Musca (see M. albomacu- 

lata) . 
setosus, Carnus ; Linognathus. 
severini, Glossina. 
sewelli, Haematopota. 
sexlineatus, Aedes [Stegomyia). 
sexpunctata, Psychoda. 
Shropshirea ypsipola (see Wyeo- 

myia). 
shropshirei, Trichoprosopon. 
siamensis, Leptoconops. 
siberica, Trichocera. 
siberiensis, Theobaldia [Culiseta) 

(see T. alaskaensis). 
sicamus, Megarthroglossus. 
siccus, Chrysops. 
sidae, Mylabris. 
sidneyanus, Sclerodermus. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



sigma, Sarcophaga. 

signata, Monedula ; Phaonia. 

signaiipennis, Phlebotomus. 

signativentris, Tabanus. 

signatus, Culicoides. 

signifer, Chrysops ; Orihopodomyia. 

signipennis, Psorophora. 

silacea, Chrysops. 

silantievi, Ceratophyllus. 

Silpha littoralis, Bergstr., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
Silpha obscura, L., in dead bodies, 

IX. 121. 

Silvanus siirinamensis , L., found in 

copra, VIII. 150. 
silvarum, Liponyssus (see L. syl- 

viavum) . 
Silvestriellus, gen. n., X. 171. 
Silvestyiellus patagonicus, Brethes, 

described as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 
silvestrii, Culicoides. 

Silvius, IX. ' 144 ; attacked by 

Asilids in Nyasaland, III. 116 ; 

in Russia, III. 195. 
Silvius alcocki, Summers, in Aus- 
tralia, IV. 91. 
Sih>ius apiformis, Neave, described 

as new from Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Silvius ater, TayL, described as new 

from Australia, VI. 118. 
Silvius australis, Ric, in New South 

Wales, IV. 182. 
Silvius borealis, TayL, described as 

new from Australia, IV. 91. 
Silvius callosus, Ric, described as 

new from Natal, IX. 50. 
Silvitis distinctus, TayL, described 

as new from Australia, X. 109. 
Silvius elongatulus , TayL, described 

as new, IV. 91 ; in Australia, 

IV. 91, VI. 74. 
Silvitis equinus, Ferg. & Hill, de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

X. 224. 
Silvius frontalis, Ric, in Queens- 
land, IV. 183, VI. 74. 
Silvius fuliginosus, TayL, described 

as new from Australia, IV. 91. 
Silvius fulvohirtus, TayL, described 

as new from Queensland, IV. 91. 
Silvius giganiulus, Lw., habits of, 

in Canada, II. 197. 
Silvius hilli, TayL, described as new, 

IV. 91; in Australia, IV. 91, 

193. 
Silvius hirsutus, Ric, described as 

new from Cape Colony, IX. 50. 
Silvius imitator, Ferg., described 

as new from Australia, IX. 113. 
Silvius jonesi, Cresson, described as 

new from N. America, VIII. 84. 



Silvius minor, TayL, described as 
new from Australia, VI. 238. 

Silvius montanus, Ric, in Queens- 
land, VI. 228. 

Silvius monticola, Neave, described 
as new from Nyasaland, III. 116. 

Silvius nigroapicalis, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
IX. 169. 

Silvius notatus, Ric, in Australia, 

IX. 133, X. 15; pupation of, 

X. 15. 

Silvius paraliiridus , Ferg. & Henry, 

described as new from New 

South Wales, VIII. 173. 
Silvius psarophanes, TayL, described 

as new from New South Wales, 

VII. 12. 
Silvius sordidus, TayL, described 

as new, IV. 91 ; in Australia, 

IV. 8, 91. 
Silvius stradbrokei, TayL, described 

as new from New South Wales, 

VII. 12. 
Silvius sublividus, TayL, described 

as new from Australia, VI. 118. 
Silvius sulcifrons, Ferg., described 

as new from Australia, IX. 169. 
Silvius sylverii (see Pseudacantho- 

cera) . 
Silvius tabaniformis, TayL, described 

as new from Australia, IV. 91. 
Silvius tepperi, Ferg., described as 

new from Australia, IX. 113. 
Silvius trypherus, TayL, described 

as new from Australia, IV. 91. 
simile, Simulium. 
similis, Aedes {Pseitdoskusea, 

Skusea) ; A nopheles (see A . 

novumbrosus) ; Culex (see C 

palus) ; Culicoides; Cyclopodia; 

Dasyhelea ; Haematopota ; Lep- 

tus {Trombicula) ; Neopsylla; 

Tabanus. 
simillimus, Phlebotomus. 
Simla, Ceratophyllus. 
simlensis, Aedes (Finlaya) ; Ano- 
■ pheles. 
simplex, Culex (see C. annulirostris, 

Skuse) ; Ischnopsyllus ; Ophyra. 
simplicicolor, Simulium,. 
simpsoni, Aedes {Stegomyia) ; Culex; 

Tabanus. 
simsoni, Stephanocircus. 
simulans, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) ; Di- 

cladocera. 
simulator, Culex. 
Simulium, VII. 40; in S. Africa, 

I. 154; N. American species of, 

II. 167; in Arctic Regions, VII. 
196; in Astrakhan, III. 68; in 
Australia, VI. 178; in Brazil, 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



187 



II. 53, V. 65; in Britain, IV. 
121; British species of, III. 140, 
V. 70; in Canada, III. 155, 
V. 105 ; in Belgian Congo, I. 220, 
II. 170, III. 137; in Denmark, 
VII. 172 ; causing death of cattle 
in Germany, II. 146, VIII. 217, 
220; in Hungary, IV. 158; 
in Italy, X. 174; in Jamaica, 

IV. 90, IX. 171 ; not transmitting 
trypanosomiasis in Kenya, X. 16 ; 
absent from Mare, Loyalty Is- 
lands, II. 39 ; in Nyasaland, 

II. 35, IV. 171; in Philippines, 

VII. 194; in Russia, III. 183; 
in Salonika, IV. 179; in U.S.A., 
I. 197, II. 78; absent from 
Zanzibar, III. 50; possible rela- 
tion of, to American forest leish- 
maniasis, II. 53, III. 144, 147, 

V. 182 ; supposed relation of, to 
pellagra, II. 137, HI. 103, IV. 
90, VII. 42, X. 174; not carriers 
of verruga, I. 221; attacking 
domestic animals, I. 154, II. 146, 
IV. 158, V. 105, VI. 178; 
carrying parasitic mites, I. 197; 
hibernation of, IV. 121 ; mea- 
sures against. III. 38, 105, VIII. 
112; classification of, II. 27, 

III. 67, VIII. 215; literature of, 

VIII. 220. 

Simulmni alcocki, Pomeroy, de- 
scribed as new from Nigeria, X. 
106 ; breeding-places of, X. 106. 

Simulium alcocki var. coalitum, 
Pomeroy, described as new from 
Nigeria, X. 106. 

Simulium alcocki var. violaceum, 
Pomeroy, described as new from 
Nigeria, X. 106. 

Simulium alternans. End., described 
as new from Hungary, IX. 184. 

Simulium am,azonicum,, Goeldi [exi- 
guum, Lutz), in Brazil, IV. 36, 
VI. 90, 129, VIII. 25, X. 200 
bionomics of, VI. 129, VIII. 25 
on domestic animals, X. 200 
synonymy of, II. 27. 

Simulium, angustifrons , End., de- 
scribed as new from France, IX. 
184. 

Simulium angustimanus, End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 
IX. 184. 

Simulium angustipes, Edw. (see 
S. aureum). 

Simulium. angustitarsis, Lundstr., 
in Britain, IX. 41 ; in Switzer- 
land, VIII. 134; S. aureum 
recorded as, VIII. 215 ; synony- 
my of, IX. 41, 184. 



Simulium annulatiim, in Chile, II. 
169. 

Simulium arcticum, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from Canada, II. 
168. 

Simulium argyyeatum, Mg., in Bri- 
tain, HI. 140 ; in Germany, VIII. 
114, 215, IX 36, 104, 212-213; 
attacking cattle, IX. 104, 213. 

Simulium aureoliirtum, Brun., in 
India, VIII. 30. 

Simulium aureopunctatum, Malloch, 
described as new from Guatemala, 
II. 168. 

Simulium aureum, Fries [angustipes, 
Edw., bracteatum, Coq.), in 
Britain, III. 140, IX. 41; in 
France, VI. 113; in Germanv, 

VIII. 215, IX. 36, 104, 212-213 ; 
in U.S.A., I. 77, IV. 82; bio- 
nomics of, I. 77, IV. 82; possibly 
attacking warm-blooded animals, 

IX. 41; parasites of, IX. 104; 
previously recorded as 5. an- 
gvtstitarsis, VIII. 215; recorded 
as S. latipes, VI. 113; synonymy 
of, IX. 41. 

Simulium auricoma, Mg., in 
Germany, VIII. 215, IX. 212. 

Simvilium austeni, Edw., described 
as new, HI. 140; in British 
Isles, HI. 140, IX. 41; in Ger- 
many, IX. 36, 212; probably a 
local race of 5. venustum, IX. 41. 

Simulium bancrofti, Tayl., described 
as new from Australia, VII. 62. 

Simulium bipunctaium, Malloch (see 
S. dinellii). 

Simulium biviitatum, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from New Mexico, 
II. 168. 

Simulium [Prosimulium) borealis, 
Malloch, described as new from 
Canada, VII. 196. 

Simulium bracteatum, Coq. (see S. 
aureum). 

Simulium brevibranchium, Lutz & 
Machado, in Brazil, IV. 36. 

Simulium bulgaricum. End., de- 
scribed as new from Bulgaria, 
IX. 184. 

Simulium canariense, Seguy, de- 
scribed as new from Canary 
Islands, X. 31. 

Simulium cinereuyn, Macq., attack- 
ing domestic animals in France, 
IX. 154. 

Simulium clavipes, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from Guadaloupe, 
II. 168. 

Simulium columbaczense, Schonb., 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



in France, VI. 113 ; attacking 
cattle in Hungary, V. 17. 

Simtilium costatimi, Friederichs, de- 
scribed as new, VIII. 215; in 
Germany. VIII. 215, IX. 212; 
previously recorded as 5. niacula- 
tum, VIII. 215. 

Simulinni dahlgrwii , End., described 
as new from Sardinia, IX. 184. 

Simulium (Eiisimulium) damnosuni, 
Theo., in Dahomey, II. 172; 
in Kamerun, X. 114 ; in Nigeria, 
VI. 225. 

Simulium dentiilosum, Roub., de- 
scribed as new from B. E. Africa, 

IV. 39. 

Simulium dinellii, Joan, believed to 
transmit Onchocerca in Guate- 
mala, VII. 159 ; synonymy of, 

II. 27. 

Simulimn disiinctum, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from Texas, II. 2; 
in Brazil, III. 67; synonymy 
of. III. 67. 

Simulium divergens, Pomeroy, de- 
scribed as new from Nigeria, X. 
106 ; breeding-places of, X. 106. 

Siuiulium diversifiircatmn, Lutz, in 
Brazil, IV. 36. 

Simulium equinum, L., in Britain, 

III. 140; in Palestine, IX. 194; 
S. maculatum loossibly a synonym 
of, IX. 104. 

Sim,ulium, escomeli, Rovib., in Chile, 
II. 169. 

Simulium exiguum, Lutz (see 5. 
am,azonicum) . 

Simulium exiguum, Roub., in 
Venezuela, II. 27. 

Simulium falcula, End., described 
as new from Germany and Eng- 
land, IX. 184. 

Simulium flavipes, Aust., described 
as new on horses in Palestine, 
IX. 194. 

Simulimn f orb e si, Malloch, described 
as new from U.S.A., II. 168. 

Simulium [Prosimnliiim) fulvipes, 
Edw., described as new from 
Bulgaria, IX. 52. 

Simulium {Prosimulium) fulvum, 
Coq., in N. America, X. 115. 

Simulium {Par a simulium) furca- 
tum, Malloch, III. 67 ; described 
as new from California, II. 168. 

Simulium furiosuni, Skuse, in Aus- 
tralia, VII. 62. 

Simulitim {Prosimulium.) fuscipes, 

V. Roser, described as 5. tomos- 
varyi, sp. n., IX. 184. 

Simulium {Prosimulium) gallii, 
Edw., described as new, IX. 52 ; 



in Switzerland, IX. 52, X. 93; 

not attacking man, X. 93. 
Simulium gracilipes, Edw., described 

as new on mules in Morocco, 

IX. 52. 
Simulium griseicolHs, Becker, in 

Egypt, VI. 239. 
Simulium haematopotum, Malloch, 

described as new from Mexico 

and Cuba, II. 168. 
Simulium heidenreichi, End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 

IX. 184. 
Simulium heymonsi. End., described 

as new from Norway and Finland, 

IX. 184. 

Simulium hippovorum, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from Mexico, 

II. 168. 

Simulium hirsutum, Pomeroy, de- 
scribed as new from Tanganyika, 

X. 106 ; breeding-places of, X. 
106. 

Simulium hirstitum var. adersi, 

Pomeroy, described as new from 

Zanzibar, X. 106. 
Simulittm hirsutum var. dubium, 

Pomeroy, described as new from 

Zanzibar, X. 106. 
Simulium hirtipes. Fries, in Britain, 

III. 140; in Canada, III. 155; 
in France, VI. 113 ; in Germany, 

VIII. 215, IX. 212; bionomics 
of, in U.S.A., I. 77. 

Simulium incrustatum, Lutz, in 
Brazil, IV. 36, VIII. 26. 

Simulium indictim, Becker, in India, 
VII. 129, VIII. 30. 

Simulium inexorabile, Schrottky, 
considered a synonym of 5. 
pertinax, VIII. 26. 

Simulium invenustiim, Wlk., in 
Canada, III. 155; attacking 
cattle in U.S.A., II. 177. 

Simulium jenningsi, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from U.S.A., II. 
168. 

Simulium johannseni, Hart, in 
U.S.A., 11. 168, IV. 82; biono- 
mics of, IV. 82. 

Simulium lapponicum, End., de- 
scribed as new from Lapland, 

IX. 184. 

SiiHiiliuni latimanus , End., described 
as new from Germany and Eng- 
land, IX. 184. 

Simulium latipes, Mg., in British 
Isles, III. 140, IX. 41; in 
Germany, VIII. 215, IX. 36, 
212; in Nyasaland, II. 36; 
attacking man, IX. 41 ; S. 
aureum recorded as, VI. 113. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



189 



Simuliuni limbatum, Knab, de- 
scribed as new from British 
Guiana, IV. 30. 
Simulium lineatum, Fries (see S. 

maculatum) . 
Simulium lutzi, Knab, n.n. for 
S. exiguum, Lutz ( = amazoni- 
cum), II. 27. 
Simulium macitlaiiim, Mg., in 
France, VI. 113; in German v, 
II. 100, VIII 114, 134. IX. 36, 
104, 312-213; m Tunis, VI. 28; 
Coelomycidimn simull probably 
infesting, IX. 79 ; attacking 
cattle and horses, IX. 36, 104, 
213; bionomics of, VIII. 134; 
breeding in salt springs, II. 100; 
S. costatum recorded as, VIII. 215; 
possibly a synonym of S. equinum, 
IX. 104. 
Simulium m,atthiesseni, End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany and 
S. Russia, IX. 184. 
Simulium, minusculum, Lutz (see 

S. amazonicum). 
Simulium. m.inuium, Lugger, in N. 

America, II. 27. 
Simulium minutum, Surcouf & Rin- 
cones (see S. amazonicum, Goeldi 
{lutzi, Knab)). 
Sim.ulium molestum, Wlk., in Can- 
ada, III. 155, VI. 183. 
Simulium montanum, End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 
IX. 184. 
Simulium. monticola, Friederichs, 
described as new, VIII. 215; in 
Germany, VIII. 215, IX. 212; 
attacking horses, IX. 218. 
Simuliufn morsitans, Edw., described 
as new from Britain, III. 140; 
characters distinguishing, from 
S. austeni, IX. 36. 
Simulium, [Prosimulium) miitatum, 
Malloch, described as new from 
N. America, II. 168. 
Simulium. nanuni, Zett., in France, 

VI. 113; in Nyasaland, II. 36. 
Simulium neavei, Rbub., described 

as new from Uganda, IV. 39 ; 

human disease transmitted by, 

in Kenya, X. 16. 
Simulium, {Wilhelniia) nigrum, Mg., 

swarming of, in Germany, IX. 

104. 
Sim,ulium, nigrum var. aurescens. 

End., IX. 104. 
Simulium nitiduni, Malloch (see S. 

amazonicum.) . 
Simulium. nobile, de Meij., in Java, 

VII. 129. 

Simulium nolleri, Friederichs, de- 



scribed as new, IX. 36; in 
Germany, IX. 36, 104, 212-213. 

Simulium obreptans, Edw., in 
Canary Islands, X. 31. 

Simulium, ochrescentipes. End., de- 
scribed as new, IX. 184. 

Simulium ovbitale, Lutz, in Brazil, 
IV. 36, VI. 90, VIII. 26; habits 
of, VIII. 26. 

Simuliuni [Odagmia) ovnatum, Mg., 
in British Isles, III. 140, IX. 41; 
in France, VI. 113; habits of, in 
Germany, VIII. 215, IX. 36, 
165, 212-213. 

Simulium ornatum var. nitidifrons, 
Edw., described as new from 
British Isles, IX. 41 ; attacking 
man in German}^ IX. 104, 212- 
213 ; recorded as 5. reptans, 
IX. 104. 

Simuliufn ornatum var. pratorum , 
Friederichs, described as new, 

IX. 36; in Germany, IX. 36, 
213. 

Simulium palmeri, Pomeroy, de- 
scribed as new from Nigeria, 

X. 106 ; breeding-places of, X. 
106. 

Simulium paraguayense, Schrottky, 
distribution of, in S. America, 
IV. 36, VIII. 26. 

Simulium paranense, Schrottky, in 
Paraguay, VIII. 26. 

Simulium parnassuni, Malloch, de- 
scribed as new from LT.S.A., II. 
168. 

Simulium pannim. End., described 
as new, IX. 184. 

Simulium {Prosimulium) pecuarum, 
Rilev, attacking domestic animals 
in U.S.A., 11. 167, 177, V. 167, 
VI. 169, 183. 

Simulium peetsi. End., described 
as new from Germany, IX. 184. 

Simulium pertinax, Kollar, distri- 
bution of, in S. America, VIII. 
26, X. 159, 200. 

Simulium pictipes, Hagen, in 
Canada, III. 155; in U.S.A., 
IV. 81; bionomics of, IV. 81. 

Simulium pictum, Mg., in Germany, 
VIII. 215; 5. reptans recorded 
as, IX. 104. 

Simulium placidum, Knab, de- 
scribed as new from Trinidad, 
IV. 30. 

Simulium pruinosum, Lutz, in Bra- 
zil, IV. 36, VI. 90, X. 200. 

Simulium pseudoequinum, Seguy, 
described as new from Canary 
Islands, X. 31. 

Simulium pulverulentum, Knab, de- 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



scribed as new from British 
Honduras, III. 67. 

Simnlium pusillum, Fries, in Nyasa- 
land, II. 36. 

Simuliiim (Melusina) reptans, L., 
in Britain, III. 140; causing 
death of cattle in Germany, 
IV. 126, V. 120, VIII. 114, 134, 
215, 217, IX. 36, 104, 212-213; 
in Sweden, VII. 157; supposed 
relation of, to pellagra, I. 186. 

Simulium reptans var. galeratwin, 
Edw., described as new from 
British Isles, IX. 41. 

Simulium rubicundulmn, Knab, de- 
scribed as new from Mexico, III. 
67. 

Sim,ulium rubrithorax, Lutz, in Ar- 
gentina, VIII. 26 ; in Brazil, 
IV. 36. 

Simulium samboni, Jennings, be- 
lieved to transmit Onchocerca 
in Guatemala, VII. 159. 

Simulium sanguineum, Knab, de- 
scribed as new from Colombia, 
IV. 30 ; attacking man, IV. 30. 

Simuliutn schonbaueri, End., de- 
scribed as new from Hungary, 
IX. 184. 

Simulium senile, Brun., in India, 
VIII. 30. 

Simulium [Boophthora) sericatum, 
Mg., attacking man and cattle in 
Germany, IX. 104. 

Simulium simile, Malloch, described 
as new, VII. 196 ; in Canada, 
VI. 179, VII. 196, X. 181; 
attacking cattle, VI. 179; bio- 
nomics and control of, X. 181- 
182. 

Simulium simplicicolor, Lutz, in 
BrazU, VI. 90, X. 200. 

Siinulium specular if rons. End., de- 
scribed as new from Norway, IX. 
184. 

Simulium spinibranchium, Lutz, in 
Brazil, IV. 36. 

Simulium striatum, Brun., in India 
and Ceylon, VII. 129. 

Simulium sujjexcisum, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Britain, 

III. 140. 

Simulium submorsitans, Seguy, de- 
scribed as new from Canary 
Islands, X. 31. 

Simulium subornatum, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from British 
Isles, IX. 41. 

Simulium subpallidiim, Lutz, in 
Paraguay, VIII. 26. 

Simulium subvii ide, Lutz, in Brazil, 

IV. 36, VIII. 26. 



Simulium tenuifrons. End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 
IX. 184. 

Simulium tenuimanus, End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany 
and Finland, IX. 184. 

Simulium tenuipes, Knab, described 
as new from Chile, II. 169. 

Simulium tomosvaryi, End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 
IX. 184; a synonym of S. 
fuscipes, q.v. 

Simulium trabeaturn, End., described 
as new from Italy, IX. 184. 

Simulium transcaspicum. End., de- 
scribed as new from Transcaspia, 
IX. 184. 

Simulium tredecimatum,, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from British Isles, 
IX. 41. 

Simulium tristrigatum. End., de- 
scribed as new from France and 
Spain, IX. 184. 

Simulium trivittatum, Malloch (see 
S. distinctum). 

Simulium tuberosum, Lndst., in 
Britain, III. 140. 

Simulium variegatum, Mg. {venefica, 
Friederichs), in Britain, III. 140; 
in Germany, VIII. 215, IX. 104, 
214; synonymy of, IX. 104. 

Simulium venefica, Friederichs, de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 

VIII. 215 ; a synonym of S. 
variegatum, q.v. 

Simulium venustum, Say, in N. 
America, IV. 81, 82, VI. 169, 

IX. 41, X. 182; species allied 
to, in U.S.A., V. 167; bionomics 
of, IV. 81, 82 ; oiling against, X. 
182. 

Simuliu)n victoriae, Roub., in Aus- 
tralia, VII. 62. 
Simulium vittatmn, Zett., in Canada, 

X. 182; in U.S.A., I. 77, 95, 
186, II. 160, 168, III. 85, IV. 81; 
supposed relation of, to pellagra, 
I. 186, II. 160; bionomics ' of , 
I. 95, IV. 81; parasites of, II. 
168; oiling against, X. 182. 

Siinulium vittatum var. delphinense, 
Villen., described as new from 
France, VI. 113. 

Simulium vorax, Pomeroy, described 
as new from Tanganyika, X. 106. 

Simulium wilhelmianum. End., de- 
scribed as new from Germany, 
IX. 184. 

Simulium yerburyi, Edw., described 
as new from British Isles, IX. 41. 

simus, Rhipicephalus. 

sincerus, Ceratophyllus. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



191 



sinensis, Anopheles (Myzorhynchus) 
(see A . hyrcanus) ; Chrysops ; 
Culex ; Lispa. 

singular is, Gymnohelea [Atrichopo- 
gon) ; Mesoinyia {Chrysops, Ne- 
morius) . 

Siphonella funicola (see Siphun- 
culina) . 

Siphunc'ulina {Siphonella) funicola, 
de Meij., in India, VI. 22, VIII. 
43; bionomics of, VI. 22; flagel- 
lates in, IX. 162. 

siro, Tyroglyphus. 

sitiens, Culex. 

Sitodrepa panicea, L., measures 
against, in drugs, X. 85. 

Sitotroga cerealella, OL, Pediculoides 
ventricosus predacious on larvae 
of, I. 197. 

Skusea, a subgenus of Aedes, q.v. 

smaragdina, Oecophylla. 

smithi, Wyeomyia. 

socia, Pegomyia. 

sociabilis, Psilohelea. 

socialis, Tabanus. 

socius, Tabanus. 

sodalis, Ceratophyllus. 

Solenopotes capillatus. End., in Ger- 
many, IX. 203; in U.S.A., 
IX. '203, X. 122; on cattle, 

IX. 203 ; derris against, X. 122. 
Solenopsis geminata, F., in houses 

in Jamaica, IX. 31 ; destroying 

mosquitos in Sierra Leone, IV. 

163 ; predacious on chicken mites 

in U.S.A., V. 174. 
Solenopsis geminata var. rufa, Snd., 

predacious on Lyperosia exigua 

in Australia, VI. 119. 
solida, Pygiopsylla. 
sollicitans, Aedes {Culex, Ochlero- 

tatus) . 
solstitialis, Bezzia (see B. anmilipes) ; 

Tabanus {Therioplectes). 
sonomensis, Tabanus. 
sordida, Phormia {Protocalliphora) 

(see P. coerulea) ; Triatoma. 
sordidus, Silvius. 
sorecis, Palaeopsylla. 
soricinus, Demodex. 
soror, Sarcophaga. 
soubiroui, Tabanus. 
spadix, Ceratophyllus ; Tabanus. 
spalacis, Ctenophthalmus. 
Spalangia, distribution of, II. 23 ; 

proposed introduction of, into 

Africa against Glossina, II. 141 ; 

in Fiji, X. 226; introduced into 

Hawaii against Lyperosia irritans, 

X. 83 ; parasitising house-flies, 
IV. 121, X. 226. 



j Spalangia drosophilae , Ashm., para- 
! site of Drosophila, II. 24. 
i Spalangia erythromera, Forster, asso- 
I ciated with Lasiits fuUginosiis, 
1 II. 24. 

Spalangia fonnicaria, Kieff., asso- 
I ciated with Lasius fitliginosus, 
II. 24. 

Spalangia fuscipes, Nees, parasite 
of Lasioptera eryngii, II. 24. 

Spalangia grotiusi, Gir., parasite of 
blow-flies in Australia, X. 56. 

Spalangia haematobiae, Ashm., para- 
site of Lyperosia irritans, II. 24. 

Spalangia hirta, Hal., in Britain, 
VIII. 22; parasite of Musca 
domestica, II. 24, VIII. 22. 

Spalangia muscae, Howard (see 
5. rugosicollis). 

Spalangia muscidarum, Richardson, 
in Australia, VIII. 174, IX. 156, 
X. 1, 2, 56, 134; in France, IX. 
166; in U.S.A., II. 22, 24: para- 
site of Muscids, I. 94, II. 22, 24, 
VIII. 174, IX. 156, 166, X. 1, 2, 
56, 134; bionomics of, II. 22; 
value of, against sheep maggot- 
flies, X. 2, 134. 

Spalangia nigra, Latr., hosts of, II. 
24, 134. 

Spalangia philippinensis, FuUaway, 
described as new, V. 137 ; intro- 
duced into Hawaii from Philip- 
pines against house-flies, V. 137. 

Spalangia rugosicollis, Ashm. {mus- 
cae, Howard), in Germany, VIII. 
103; in U.S.A., I. 94; parasite of 
Stomoxys, I. 94, 97, VIII. 103. 

Spaniopsis clelandi, Ferg., described 
as new, IV. 41 ; in New South 
Wales, IV. 41, VIII. 127; bio- 
nomics of, IV. 41. 

Spaniopsis longicornis, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new, IV. 42 ; in New 
South Wales, IV. 42, VIII. 127. 

Spaniopsis marginipennis, Ferg., 
described as new, IV. 42 ; in New 
South Wales, IV. 42, VIII. 127. 

Spaniopsis tabaniformis, White, de- 
scribed as new. III. 126; in 
Tasmania, III. 126, VIII. 127. 

Spaniopsis vexans, Ferg., described 
as new, IV. 42; in New South 
Wales, IV. 42, VIII. 127. 

sparsilis, Cacodmus. 

Spathicera pavesii (see Gyrostigma). 

spathifurca, Culiciomyia. 

spathipalpis, Theobaldia [Cvilex) (see 
T. longiareolata) . 

speciosus, Megarhinus {Toxorhy.i- 
chites) ; Tabanus. 

spectabilis, Leptopsvlla. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



specularifrons, Simulium . 

speculator, Phygadeuon. 

spegazzinii, Haemagogus (see H. 
capricornii). 

spenceri, Aedes. 

spermophilae, Philornis. 

sphaerocephalus , Trichodectes. 

Sphaeroniias (Johannsenomyia) lito- 
raurea, I. & M., described as new 
from Gold Coast, X. 61 ; breeding- 
places of, X. 61. 

Spharagenion bolli, Scudder, at- 
tacked by Eiithrombidium tri- 
gonuni in N. America, VI. 147. 

Sphyracephala hearseyana, Westw., 
bionomics of, in India, IV. 91. 

Spilopsvllus, notice of key to, VII. 
121. 

Spilopsylliis cunicuH, Dale, in 
Britain, IV. 166, IX. 47; hosts 
of, VIII. 4, IX. 47. 

spinea, Neopsylla. 

spinibranchium, Simulium. 

spinifera, Pseudolfersia. 

spiniger, Liponyssus. 

spinigera, Ophyra. 

spinipalpis, Ixodes dentattts. 

spinipennis, Digonochaeta. 

spinipes, Glycyphagus (see G. cada- 
ver um). 

spinohuniera, Musca. 

spinolae, Bembex. 

spinosa, Akis ; Musca (see M. 
pattoni) ; Palpomyia. 

spinosifrons, Styloconops {Acantho- 
conops). 

spinosipes, Aedes {Chaetocruiomyia) ; 
Lepioconops (see Styloconops albi- 
ventvis) . 

spinulosus, Haematopinus ; Poly- 
plax. 

spirogyrae, Stilobezzia. 

spissipes, Culex [Melanoconion). 

splendens, Haemagogus ; Megarhi- 
nus ; Mimomyia ; Trombicula. 

splendida, Wyeomyia. 

splendidum, Am,blyomm.a. 

spretus, Melanoplus. 

squalidus, Lipeurus. 

squamifer, Sarcoptes (see" 5. scabiei 
suis) . 

squamiger, Aedes. 

squamipennis, Aedomyia; Forcipo- 
myia ; Phlebotomus. 

squamipleuris , Phlebotomus. 

squamitibia, Forcipomyia. 

squamiventris, Phlebotomus. 

squamosa, Forcipomyia ; Neocute- 
rebra. 

squamosus. Anopheles {Cellia) ; 
Culex. 

stabulans, Muscina [Cyrtoneura). 



stabularis, Eulaelaps {Laelaps). 

stantoni, Haernatopota ; Phlebotomus. 

Stasisia rodhaini (see Cordylobia). 

stebbingi, M onophlebus . 

Stegoconops panarchys (see Haema- 
gogus). 

Stegomyia, a subgenus of Aedes, q.v. 

Stegomyia atra (see Rachionoto- 
myia) . 

Stegomyia atripes (see Rachionoto- 
myia) . 

Stegomyia hilli (see Rachionotomyia 
filipes). 

Stegomyia obtuvbans (see Armigeres). 

Stegomyia ornata, Tayl. (see Rachio- 
notomyia) . 

Stegomyia punctolater alls, Theo. (see 
Rachionotomyia atripes). 

steindachneri, Eurypelma. 

stellifer, Culicoides. 

Stenocephaliis, X. 145 ; possible 
intracellular stage of Herpeto- 
monas [Leptomonas) davidi in, X. 
121 ; presence of, on plants not 
necessarily associated with flagel- 
losis, X. 146. 

Stenocephaliis agilis. Scop., in Por- 
tugal, IX. 106, X. 99; trans- 
mitting Hevpetomonas {Leptomo- 
nas) davidi to Euphorbia, VIII. 
17, 216, IX. 106, X. 99, 187. 

Steiiomalus mitscai'uiH, L., associated 
with hibernating flies in Britain, 
II. 134, IV. 121, VII. 72, VIII. 
22. 

Stenoponia wetmorei, Chapin, de- 
scribed ae new from Peromvscus 
sp. in U.S.A., VII. 121. 

stenopsis, Linognathus {Haemato- 
pinus) . 

Stenopsylla, gen. n., cruzi, Aim. Cun., 
on opossum in Brazil, III. 82. 

Stenopterina gigas, Macq., in Queens- 
land, VIII. 189. 

Stenopteryx hirundinis, L., in Nor- 
way, IV. 180. 

stenoscutus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) 
minutus (see A. abnormalis). 

Stenosterys fulvoventralis, Dodd, de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
X. 56 ; a parasite of blow-flies, X. 
59 ; probably a synonym of 
Australencyrtus giraulti, X. 56, 
134. 

Stephanocircus, American species of, 
referred to Craneopsylla, V. 41. 

Stephanocircus concinnus, Roths., 
described as new from Epimys 
in Australia, V. 41. 

Stephanocircus dasyuri, Skuse, hosts 
of, in Australia and Tasmania, 
V. 41, IX. 105. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Stephanocircus pectinipes, Roths., 
on Epiniys assimilis in Australia, 
V. 41. 

Stephanocircus sinisoni. Roths., on 
Epimys velutinus in Australia, 
V. 41. 

stephensi, Anopheles {Neocellia) : 
Culicoides ; Probezzia. 

stercoraria, Scatophaga. 

stercorarius , Meropli us . 

sternalis, Liponyssus. 

Stevnopsylla, gen. n., IX. 61. 

Stethomvia, a subgenus of Anopheles 
{q.v.y, VII. 23, X. 179. 

Stethomyia fragilis, Theo. (see Ano- 
pheles aitkeni). 

stevensi, Neopsylla. 

Stibasoma, in Brazil, IV. 37 ; dis- 
tribution of, II. 87. 

Stibasoma bicolor, Big., II. 87. 

Stibasoma dives, Wlk., II. 87. 

Stibasoma dyridophorum, Knab, de- 
scribed as new, II. 87. 

Stibasoma festivus, Wied., II. 87. 

Stibasoma flavistigma, Hine, II. 87. 

Stibasoma fulvohirtum, Wied. II. 87. 

Stibasoma mallophoroides, Wlk., II. 
87. 

Stibasoma pachycephaliim, Big., II. 
87. 

Stibasoma theotaenia, Wied., IT. 87. 

Stibasoma tristis, Wied., II. 87. 

Stibasoma ivillistoni, Lutz, II. 87. 

Stichocera, gen. n. for Dicrania and 
Dicranomyia, VIII. 156. 

Stichocera [Dicranomyia) carviis, 
Wied., in British Guiana, V. 4, 
VII. 179 ; attacking man, V. 4. 

sticticalis, Eretes. 

sticticollis , Tabanus. 

sticticus, Aedes {Ciilex, Ochlerotatus). 

stigma, Culicoides. 

stigmaticalis , Chrysops. 

stigmaticus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus) ; 
A nopheles . 

stigmatosoma, Culex. 

Stilbometopa podostyla, Speis., on 
pigeons in Brazil and British 
Guiana, IV. 137, VII. 129. 
Stilobezzia limnophila, I. & M., 
described as new from Nigeria, 
X. 233. 
Stilobezzia rnfa, Kieff., described as 

new from Kamerun, ^. 52. 
Stilobezzia spirogyrae, C., I. & M., 
described as new from Gold Coast, 
IX. 76. 
stimulans, Aedes {Hsteronychus) ; 
Chrysops; Haematobia ; Lasio- 
helea [Ceratopogon) . 
stimulator, Cephenomyia. 
Stiziis turner i, Frogg., described as 

(K2009) 



new from Australia, VI. 68; 
predacious on flies, VI. 68. 

Stomatoceras exaratum, Waterst., 
described as new from Nyasaland, 
IV. 65 ; parasite of Glossina 
morsitans, IV. 65. 

Stomatoceras micans, Waterst., de- 
scribed as new, III. 142; parasite 
of Glossina morsitans in Nyasaland 
and N. Rhodesia, III. 142, IV. 
29, 65, 117. 

Stomoxys, conveying horse sickness 
in Belgian Congo, VI. 161; in 
Grenada, V. 54; Bembex lunata 
predacious on, in India, IX. 79; 
probable new species of, in India, 
X . 143 ; absent from Samoa, 

11. 83; not transmitting ana- 
plasmosis, II. 172, VI. 75; trans- 
mission of Habronema by, VI. 
13, IX. 101, X. 220; possible 
relation of, to leishmaniasis, II. 
53, III. 147; and lymphangitis 
of domestic animals, VII. 8; 
relation of, to poliomyelitis, II. 
26, V. 186 ; probably conveying 
Sarcocystis to cattle, IX. 181; 
relation of, to trypanosomiasis 
of domestic animals, I. 76, 87, 
126, 181, 11. 25, 42, 48, 76. HI 
7, 230, IV. 42, 67, 151, V. 11. 

12, 107, 173, VI. 31, 122, 133, 

VII. 126, 156, 159, VIII. 50. 
147, 180, IX. 71, 101. 109, 171, 
X. 16, 108, 218, 238; not 
transmitting verruga, I. 221; 
bionomics of, III. 164; breeding- 
places of. III. 174; Tabanid 
larvae feeding on, I. 201 ; methods 
of dispersal of, I. 233; measures 
against, II. 48, 81, 202, IV. 41. 
170, V. 23, IX. 191; repellents 
for, II. 202, III. 37, 164, VII. 21. 

Stomoxys bouvieri, Roub., in Belgian 
Congo, I. 220. 

Stotnoxys brunnipes, Griinb., in 
Belgian Congo, I. 220 ; in Eritrea, 
V. 176; in Dutch E. Indies, 

VIII. 71. 

Stomoxvs calcitrans, L. [plurinotata. 
Big.), IV. 46; geographical dis- 
tribution of, II. 8, III. 48; in 
W. Africa, IV. 45, 112, V. 45, 
47, IX. 101; plague of, in S. 
Africa, I. 153; in Arabia, IV. 
172; in Argentina, VII. 32, 
VIII. 61, X. 60; in Australia, 
III. 185, IV. 8, V. 49, VI. 62, 
VII. 61, 187, VIII. 51, 187, IX. 
118, X. 15; in Austria, VI. 81; 
in Barbados, III. 223; in Brazil, 
VII. 65; in British Isles, I. 66, 

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194 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



III. 175, IV. 108, 143, VII. 191; 
in Canada, I. 185, II. 197, III. 90, 
155, V. 105, VI. 183; in Canary 
Islands, X. 31; in Ceylon, II. 
89; in Belgian Congo, IV. 67, 

V. 35, VIII. 17, X. 51 ; m Egypt, 

VI. 239; in Eritrea, V. 176; 
in France, I. 134, II. Ill, IX. 
163, X. 30, 160, 176 ; in Gallipoli, 

IV. 92; in Germany, VI. 174, 

VIII. 103, IX. 44, X. 160; in 
British Guiana, III. 157, V. 4, 

VI. 18; in India, I. 209, II. 140, 
III. 171, VIII. 31, IX. 208, X. 
63, 143; in Jamaica, V. 131; 
in Kenya, X. 16 ; in Korea, 

IX. 180, X. 206 ; in Mesopotamia, 

VII. 102, IX. 15; in New 
Zealand, VII. 107; m Palestine, 

II. 100, IX. 194; in Philippines, 
I. 14, 129, III. 173, IV. 51, V. 61, 

VII. 194; m Rhodesia, I. 171, 

V. 166, VI. 119; in Russia, I. 
152, III 68, 123, 197, IX. 115; 
in Salonika, IV. 179 ; iii Sumatra, 

VIII. 71; in Sweden, VII. 157; 
in Uganda, VII. 109; in U.S.A., 

I. 96, 197, II. 89, IV. 14, V. 145, 

VI. 103, 169, VII. 11, 165, VIII. 
30, 35, 92, 186, 189, X. 26, 54, 
162, 163, 170; in Venezuela, 

IX. 13; in Zanzibar, III. 48, 
50, VI. 47; and anthrax, II. 
73, 169, III. 197, IV. 58, X. 26; 
transmitting Bacterium tularense, 

III. 46; experimentally convey- 
ing hog cholera, VIII. 99; carry- 
ing eggs of Dermatobia hominis, 

VII. 65; and filariasis. III. 171, 
173, 210 ; possibly transmitting 
foot and mouth disease, VIII. 
168 ; transmission of Habronema 
by, I. 165, VII. 119, VIII. 51, 
187, X. 15 ; and leishmaniasis, 
VII. 102; possibly transmitting 
mal de caderas, II. 35, 110, 
176, III. 157, V. 4, 12; possible 
relation of, to pellagra, I. 197, 
III. 103 ; possible relation of, 
to poliomyelitis, I. 16, 17, 217, 

II. 137, V. 162, VI. 68, 112, 
VII. 61, 187, X. 54; possibly 
transmitting Piroplasma bigemi- 
■num, IX. 13; probably not a 
carrier of Onchocerca gibsoni, 

III. 207, V. 110, VI. 27; and 
surra, I. 113, 212, II. 137, V. 61, 

X. 63 ; and swamp fever of 
horses, IV. 14, V. 123, VI. 86, 
VII. 165, VIII. 92; and trypano- 
somiasis in Africa, I. 125, III. 48, 
V. 166, 176, VI. 119, VII. 109, 



VIII. 17, X. 51; transmitting 
Trypanosoma aniericanum, X. 
163; bionomics of, I. 17, 96, 129, 
149, III. 90, 171, IV 143, 

VI. 174, VIII. 103, IX. 166, 
X. 30, 160 ; chemistry of saliva 
of, III. 42; valerianic acid a 
stimulus to oviposition of, I. 224 ; 
dispersal of, by man, IV. 96 ; 
breeding-places of, II. 26, 89, 

III. 22, VIII. 189, IX. 118; 
hibernation of, IX. 29, 180, X. 
135, 206 ; baits and traps for, 

IV. 27, V. 45, VIII. 30, 189, 

IX. 166; repellents for, V. 73, 
82, VI. 186, IX. 166; other 
measures against, I. 69, 97, 148, 
153, II. 10, 111, III 22, 171, 

VII. 32, 168, VIII. 30, 121, 

IX. 89, 166, X. 30, 176; natural 
enemies of, I. 11, 94, 97, 126, 
147, 149. 165. II. 22, 24, 56, 
111, 134, VI. 18, VIII. 61, IX. 
44, X. 30 ; effect of meteorological 
conditions on, VIII. 186; anat- 
omy of, I. 22, 142, 229, II. 131. 

Stomoxys calcitrans var. korogwensis, 
Griinb., in Belgian Congo, I. 220. 

Stomoxys Juscus, Wlk., Neivsteadina 
gen. n. proposed for, IX. 207. 

Stomoxys nigra, Macq., in E. Africa, 

III. 172, X. 16; in W. Africa, 

IV. 45, 113, V. 39 ; in Philippines, 
VII. 194; in Principe, IV. 49; 
in Rhodesia, I. 171; in U.S.A., 
II. 117; in Zanzibar, III. 48, 
VI. 46, 47 ; and trypanosomiasis 
in Africa, I. 125, II. 25, HI. 48, 

IV. 112, VI. 119; possibly 
carrying Filaria perstans, II. 
117 ; possibly transmitting pella- 
gra, II. 117; feeding on birds, 

V. 39. 

Stomoxys oblongopunctata, Brunetti 
[oblongata in error), breeding in 
birds' nests in India, IX. 79. 

Stomoxys omega, Newst., in Portu- 
guese E. Africa, III. 172; in 
Nigeria, IV. 113, V. 39, VI. 225. 

Stomoxys plurinotata, Big. (see S. 
calcitrans) . 

Stomoxys taeniata, Big., in Belgian 
Congo, I. 220; believed to trans- 
mit tryoanosomiasis in Eritrea, 
V. 176. 

Stomoxys transvittata, Villen., de- 
scribed as new from Natal, V. 83. 

Stomoxys varipes, Bezzi, in Kenya, 

X. 16. 
stradbrokei, Silvius. 
strangmanni, Tabanus. 
Slratiomyia- chamaeleon, L., experi- 



Il^DEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



195 



mental transmission of flagellates 
of, IV. 103. 

Stratiomyia potamida, Mg., experi- 
mental transmission of flagellates 
of, IV. 103. 

strepitans, Pirates, 
strepsicerontis, Dennatoesirus. 
striata, Chrysops (see C. mlokosie- 

wiczi) . 
striaticeps, Trombidium. 
striatum, Amblyomnia ; Simnlinm. 
striatus, Scaurns ; Tabanus. 
strigimacula, Anopheles [Arribalza- 

gia). 
strigipennis, Haematopota. 
Stygeromyia maculosa, Aust., in 

India, II. 184, IV. 24, VIII. 31; 

habits of, II. 184; breeding- 
places of, IV. 24, 
stygia, Pollenia {Ncopollenia). 
stygius, Tabanus. 
stylifer, Cotocripus ; Goniodes ; 

Lasiohelea. 
Styloconops, gen. n., IX. 171. 
Stvloconops [Acanthoconops) albi- 

'veniris, de Meij., IX. 133, 171; 

the type of the genus, X. 50. 
Styloconops [Acanthoconops) spino- 

sifrons, Carter, described as new, 

IX. 133 ; correct generic name 

for, X. 50. 
Styx, Ceratophvllus. 
subangitstus, Tabanus. 
subantarcticus, Tabanus. 
subcallosus, Thevioplectcs. 
subcantans, Aedes (Ochlerotatus). 
subcontigua, Erephopsis. 
subexcisum, Sim,ulium. 
subfasciatus, Therioplectes. 
subfascipennis, Culicoides. 
subfiava, Eupvoctis ftava. 
sublividus, Silvius. 
submetallica, Erephopsis. 
submorsitans, Glossina morsitans ; 

Simulium. 
siibnitidus, Culicoides. 
subniveus, Aedes (Finlaya). 
subnormalis, Uranotaenia. 
subochrea, Theobaldia. 
subornaturn, Simulium. 
subpallidum, Simulium. 
subpictus. Anopheles (Myzomyia). 
subrostratus, Trichodectes. 
subsessilis, Clinohelea (see C. lutei- 

tarsus). 
siibsimplicipes. Eretinopodites chry- 

sogaster. 
subspinosus , Macrodactyliis. 
subtilis, Grabhamia (see Aedes cas- 

pius). 
subtuberosa Savcopka^a (see S. 

miser a var. dux). 

(K2009) 



subulata, Myodopsylla. 

subviride, Simulium. 

sucinus, Ceratophylhis. 

sudanensis, Aedes {Ochlerotatus, 
Reedomyia) . 

suffusus, Aedes (Finlaya). 

sufis, Tabanus. 

sugens, Aedes {Stegomyia) (see A. 
vittatus). 

suis, Dem.odex folliculorum (see D. 
phylloides) ; Haematopinus ; Sar- 
coptes scabiei. 

sulcatus, Acilius ; Phanaeus. 

sulcifrons, Silvius. 

sulci pes, Acanthaspis. 

sumatrensis, Gyrostigma. 

superbus, Megarhinus. 

superpictus. Anopheles {Myzomyia, 
Pyretophorus) . 

surcoufi, Aedes; Kirkioestrus {Kir- 
k ia) . 

surinamensis, Culex ; Monedula; 
Silvanus {Oryzaephilus). 

susae, Culicoides. 

sydneyensis, Culicoides. 

sylvae, Aedes {Culicada) (see A. 
sticticus). 

sylvarum, Lucilia. 

sylvatica, Limosina {Leptocera). 

sylvaticus, Atrichopogon (see A. 
^ lucorum). 

sylverii, Pseudacanihocera {Silvius). 

sylvestris, Aedes {Chaetocruiomyia) 
(see A. spinosipes). 

sylvestris, Aedes {Ochlerotatus, Cu- 
lex) (see A . vexans) . 

sylvestris, Anthocoris ; Phlebotomus ; 
Rachionotomyia {Rachisoura) (see 
R. filipes) ; Tabanus. 

sylviarum, Liponyssus. 

Symbiotes, key distinguishing, from 
forage mites, IX. 10. 

Symbiotes auriculariim, Lucas & 
Nicolet (see Otodectes cynotis). 

Symbiotes bovis equi (see Chorioptes). 

symbiotes, Chorioptes (see C. bovis). 

symbioticus, Macropocopris. 

Symphoromyia grisea, Mg., attacking 
, man in Italy, X. 119. 

Symphoromyia pachyceras. Will., 
biting habits of, in N. America, 
III. 113. 
, Synthesiomyia brasiliana, B. & 
Berg., in Australia, VIII. 74, 
IX. 155 ; eggs of Dermatobia 
laid on, in Brazil, VI. 130 ; in 
Hawaii, VI. 164 ; dispersion of, 
by flight in U.S.A., IX. 194. 

Syntomosphyrum glossinae ,\N Sitaxst. , 
described as new. III. 117; in 
Nyasaland, IV. 65, 113, 118; in 
Rhodesia, III. 142 ; in Uganda, 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



III. 117, VIII. 100; parasite 
of Glossina morsitans, III. 117, 
142, IV. 65, 113, 118, VIII. 100. 

syr iacum , Hyalo m in a . 

Syringophilus columbae, Hirst, de- 
scribed as new from pigeons in 
Texas, VIII. 166. 

Syritta pipiens, L., breeding in 
manure in British Isles, VII. 191. 

Systenus adpropinquans, Lw., Heli- 
cosporidium parasiticum infecting, 
IX. 148. 



T. 



tabani, Telenomus. 

tabanifoymis, Glossina; Silviiis ; 

Spaniopsis. 
tahanivorus, Telenomus [Phantivus). 
Tabaniis, notice of list of, in Florida, 

II. 78; notice of list of, in 
Philippines, II. 101 ; notice of 
key to Siamese species of, X. 
105; and anthrax, VIII. 105; 
list of, transmitting flagellates, 

V. 11 ; and swamp fever of 
horses, VII. 165; relation of, to 
trypanosomiasis, I. 19, 76, 126, 
172, 181, 202, 212, II 42, 57, 76, 
151, 176, III. 6, 170, 172. IV. 
157, ^ 4, 38, 104, 107. 166, 176, 

VI. 31, 99, VII. 109, 126. Vlll. 
15, 130, 180. IX 15, 207, X. 
63, 80, 171, 236; digestive 
processes of, VIII. 162; earlv 
stages of, III. 116, VI. 10, 20, 
63, VII 123, IX. 79, 122; 
breeding-places of, I. 98, II. 15, 

III. 195, VII. 123; anatomy of, 
X. 212 ; natural enemies of, 
III. 116, IV. 122, 171, V. 4, 
IX. 46, 79, X. 67; repellents 
for, II. 202, III. 37, 195, VI. 109, 
IX. 40 ; other measures against, 

I. 213, II. 202; notice of key 
to genera of, VI. 83 ; classification 
and new species of, I. 7, 222, 

II. 36, 51, 81, 104, III. 25, 
26, 132, IV 65, 182, V 66, 67, 
127, VI. 118. 238, VII. 12, 
VIII. 111. 119, 156, 173, IX. 
62, 145, 158, 169, 191, X 82, 
105, 109, 110, 143, 171, 209, 
224, 226. 

Tabanits abstersus, Tayl. (see T. 

doddi). 
Tabaniis abstersus, Wlk., II. 51. 
Tabanus accensus, Aust., described 

as new from Palestine, VIII. 111. 



Tabaniis acer, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Tabanus [Therioplectes) (*delaidae, 
Ferg. & Hill, n.n. for T. meridion- 
alis, Ferg. nee Thunb., in Aus- 
tralia, X. 224. 

Tabanus aegrotus, O.S., in Canada, 
II. 197. 

Tabanus affinis, Kirby, in Canada, 

II. 197, III. 155; notes on 
species allied to, IX. 191. 

Tabanus africanus, Gray, in Portu- 
guese E. Africa, III. 172; har- 
bouring flagellates in Egypt, V. 
11; in Rhodesia, I. 171; in 
Somaliland, III. 136; trans- 
mitting trypanosomiasis in Ugan- 
da, VII. 109. 

Tabanus agnitionalis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 
X. 208. 

Tabanus agnoscibilis, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Siam, X. 105. 

Tabanus agrestis, Wied., in Egypt, 
VI. 239. 

Tabanus albibasis, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus albimedius, Wlk., in Hong 
Kong, IV. 65; ii^ India, I. 224, 
V. 38, VI. 63, nc. 79, X. 67, 
143 ; and surra, V. 38 ; oviposi- 
tion of, VI. 63; egg parasites 
of, IX. 79, X. 67 ; chemistry of 
saliva of. III. 42. 

Tabanus albipalpus, Wlk., in Ni- 
geria, IV. 66, 113 ; in Rhodesia, 

I. 171. 

Tabanus albipectus, Big., in Alda- 
bra, VIII. 175; in Zanzibar, 

III. 50. 

Tabanus albipes, F. (see T. ignotus). 

Tabanus albithorax, Ric, in New 
Guinea, III. 155. 

Tabanus [Therioplectes) albohirtipes, 
Ferg., described as new from Aus- 
tralia, IX. 113. 

Tabanus alboventralis, Newst., T. 
sufis recorded as, IX. 14. 

Tabanus alene, Towns., in Jamaica, 

II. 20. 

Tabanus alexandrinus, Wied., in 

Palestine, VIII. Ill; in Tangier, 

I. 222. 
Tabanus algirus, Macq., in Algeria 

and Tunis, II. 36. 
Tabanus alternatus, Ferg. & Hill, 

n.n. for T. limbatinervis in 

Australia, X. 224. 
Tabanus alternatus var. magneticus, 

Ferg. & Hill., described as new 

from Australia, X. 224. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Tabanus ameghinoi, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus antericanus, Forst., bio- 
nomics of, in Florida, V. 179, VII. 
4, 20, 62, VIII. 19. 

Tabanus angustifrons, Towns., in 
Jamaica, II. 20. 

Tabanus annamaticus, Sure, not 
experimentally transmitting surra 
in Annam, II. 42. 

Tabanus annularis, Hine, described 
as new from U.S.A., V. 127. 

Tabanus antilope, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Tabanus aprepes, Tayl., in Australia, 
IX. 133. 

Tabanus arenivagus, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Palestine, 
VIII. 111. 

Tabanus arisanus, Shiraki, described 
as new from Formosa, VIII. 119. 

Tabanus arvensis, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Tabanus astutus, O.S., in Canada, 
III. 155. 

Tabanus [Atylotus] aier, Rossi, at- 
tacking man in Switzerland, X. 
93;. in Tangier, I. 222. 

Tabanus atratus, F., in U.S.A., 
VI. 169, VII. 20, 63, 128, VIII. 
19 ; transmitting anthrax, VII. 
128; bionomics of. VIII. 19. 

Tabanus atratus var. fulvipilosus, 
Johnson, described as new from 
U.S.A., VIII. 95. 

Tabanus atratus var. nantuckensis, 
Hine, described as new. V. 127 ; 
in U.S.A., V. 127, VIII. 95. 

Tabanus atrimanus, Lw., early 
stages of, in Nyasaland, III. 116; 
in Rhodesia, 1. 171; in Transvaal, 
III. 121. 

Tabanus atrobasis, McDunnough, 
described as new from Canada, 
IX 191. 

Tabanus atrohirtus, Ric, in Suma- 
tra, VII. 164. 

Tabanus austr aliens, Tayl., not 
experimentally transmitting on- 
chocerciasis in Australia, VIII. 
174. 

Tabanus australis, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, VI. 118. 
Tabanus autumnalis, L., in Pales- 
tine, VIII. Ill; in Tangier, I. 
222. 
Tabanus barbarus, Coqueb., in 

Tangier, I. 222. 
Tabanus barnesi, Aust., described 

as new from Siain, X. 105. 
Tabanus basifasciatus, de Meij., 



described as new from New 
Guinea, III. 155. 

Tabanus bassii, Ferg., described 
as new from Australia, IX. 169. 

Tabanus batchelori, Tayl., pupation 
of, in Queensland, X. 15. 

Tabanus beatificus, Whitney, de- 
scribed as new from U.S.A., 
III. 25. 

Tabanus bellicosus, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus besti, Sure, in Ashanti, 
III. 19; in Nigeria, IV. 66, 
VI. 225; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Tabanus bicallosus, Ric. (see T. 
macer) . 

Tabanus bicolor, Wied., in Canada, 
III. 155. 

Tabanus biguttatus, Wied., in Portvi- 
guese E. Africa, III. 172; in 
Belgian Congo, IV. 68, V. 35; 
in Gambia, III. 1; in Gold 
Coast, IV. 12; early stages of, 
in Nvasaland, III. 116; in 
Rhodesia, I. 171. 

Tabanus biguttatus var. croceus, 
Sure, in Gold Coast, IV. 81, ^^ 45. 

Tabanus billingtoni, Newst., in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, 113. 

Tabanus birdiei, Whitney, described 
as new from U.S.A., III. 25. 

Tabanus borealis, Mg., in Lapland, 
VIII. 74; trapped by oiling 
ponds in Russia, III. 196. 

Tabanus bovinus, L., harbouring 
flagellates in Poland, V. 11 ; in 
Russia, III. 68, 196, IX. 115; 
in Switzerland, X. 93. 

Tabanus breinli, Ferg. & Hill, 
described as new from Australia, 
X. 224. 

Tabanus brevitisculus, Wlk., in New 
Guinea, III. 155. 

Tabanus brevivitta, Wlk., in Aus- 
tralia, IV. 8. 

Tabanus brisbanensis, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VII. 12. 

Tabanus bromius, L., harbouring 
flagellates in Germany, V. 11; 
in Russia, III. 195; attacking 
man in Switzerland, X. 93. 

Tabanus bruchi, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Tabanus bruesi, Hine, described as 
new from Peru, VIII. 156. 

Tabanus brunnipennis, Ric, in In- 
dia, IX. 79. 

Tabanus caiennensis, F., in Brazil, 
VI. 90; in British Guiana, 
11.16, III. 157, V. 5; possibly 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



carrying mal de caderas, III. 157 ; 
attacking man, V. 5. 

Tabanus caledonicus, Ric, in Poly- 
nesia, II. 104. 

Tabamts californicus. Marten, re- 
garded as a distinct form of T. 
epistates, IX. 191. 

Tabanus canus, Karsch, in Belgian 
Congo, V. 35. 

Tabamts captonis, Marten {comastes, 
Will.), in Canada, II. 197, V. 
170, VI. 179. 

Tabanus cepuvicus, Sure, described 
as new from Indo-China, X. 110. 

Tabamis ceylonicris, Schiner, in New 
Guinea, III. 155. 

Tabamis cinerescens, Macl., in Aus- 
tralia, II. 12, 52, IV. 8, 182, 183, 
VI. 27, 74; in Celebes and 
Macassar, III. 26; described as 
T. t etr aline atiis, sp.n., II. 12, 
52. 

Tabanus cinereus, Wied., in Brazil, 
VI. 90. 

Tabanus circumdatns, Wlk., in Aus- 
tralia, IV. 182, VIII. 174, X. 15; 
not experimentally^ transmitting 
onchocerciasis, VIII. 174; pupa- 
tion of, X. 15. 

Tabamis claritibialis, Ric, in Rho- 
desia, I. 171. 

Tabanus coffeatus, Macq., found in 
nest of Bembex spinolae in North 
Am-erica, V. 74. 

Tabanus cohaerens, Wlk., in New 
Guinea, III. 155. 

Tabanus comastes, Will, (see T. 
captonis). 

Tabamis combustus, Big., in Nigeria, 

VI. 225. 

Tabanus confinis, Zett., in Russia, 

IX. 115. 

Tabanus confirniatiis, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new frorft Argentina, 

X. 171. 

Tabamis confiisus, Tayl. nee Wlk., 
described as new from Australia, 

VII. 12; T. moretonensis n.n. 
for, X. 224. 

Tabamis congoiensis, Ric, in Kamer- 
un, X. 113; in Principe, IV. 48, 
V. 11 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45, 
150 ; flagellates found in, IV. 
49, V 11. 

Tabanus consocius, Wlk., in India, 
X. 143. 

Tabanus conspicims, Ric, in Zanzi- 
bar, III. 50. 

Tabanus copeniani, Aust., in Rho- 

■ desia, I. 171. 

Tabamis coquilletti, Shiraki, n.n. for 
T. ienebrosus, Coq. nee Wlk., 



VIII. 119; in Formosa, VIII. 
119. 

Tabanus cor ax, Lw., early stages of, 

in Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Tabanus cordieri, Sure, believed to 

transmit trypanosomiasis in 

Eritrea, V. 176. 
Tabanus cordiger, Mg., X. 224 ; in 

Djerba, I. 200. 
Tabanus corpulentus, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 
Tabanus costalis, Wied., in U.S.A.. 

VI. 167, VII. 63. 
Tabanus crassiis, Wlk., egg-parasites 

of, in India, IX. 79; in Hong 

Kong, III. 132, IV. 65. 
Tabanus curtus, Hine, described as 

new from Venezuela, VIII. 156. 
Tabanus cymatophorus, O.S., in 

U.S.A., III. 25. 
Tabanus cyprianus, Ric. (see T. 

pulchellus). 
Tabanus daeckei, Hine, described as 

new from U.S.A., V. 127. 
Tabatius dalei, Aust., described as 

new from Palestine, VIII. 111. 
Tabamis darwinensis, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

VI. 118. 
TabanMS decorus, Lw., in Palestine, 

VIII. 111. 

Tabanus denshami, Aust., Bembex 
predacious on, in Nyasaland, 

IV. 65. 

Tabanus desertus, Wlk., in British 
Guiana, 11. 16, III. 157, V. 5; 
a possible carrier of mal de 
caderas, III. 157; early stages 
of, V. 5. 

Tabanus diemanensis, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

IX. 169. 

Tabanus distinctus, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 

Tabanus ditaeniatus, Macq., VIII. 
15; in E. Africa, III. 172; in 
S. Africa, III. 121; in Belgian 
Congo, V. 35 ; in Egypt, V. 11, 
VI. 239, VIII. 130; in Gambia, 
III. 1; in Gold Coast, IV. 81, 

V. 45, 47 ; in Hong Kong, III. 
132, IV. 65; in India, X. 143; 
in the Sudan, III. 48 ; harbouring 
flagellates, \ . 11 ; and trypano- 
somiasis of camels, VIII. 130 ; 
bionomics of. III. 48. 

Tabanus diversus, Ric. I. 7; in 

Rhodesia, I. 171. 
Tabanus dixoni, Ferg., described 

as new from Australia, IX. 169. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



199 



Tahanus doddi, Tayl., n.n. for T. 
abstersiis, Tayl. nee Wlk., VI. 118 ; 
in Australia,' VI. 118. 

Tahaniis donaldsoni. Carter, de- 
scribed as new from Ashanti, 1.7. 

Tabanus diihiosus, Ric, in Australia, 

VII. 12, VIII. 174; not experi- 
mentally transmitting onchocer- 
ciasis, VIII. 174. 

Tabanus duplonotatiis, Ric, de- 
scribed as new, III. 26; in 
Australia, III. 26, VI. 74. 

Tabanus edeniulus, Macq., in New 
South Wales, VII. 12. 

Tabanus eggeyi, Schin., in Palestine, 

VIII. 111. 

Tabanus epistates, O.S., in Canada, 
III. 155, VI. 179; T. californicus 
regarded as distinct from, IX. 
191. 

Tabanus erynnis, Brethes, described 

. as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Tabanus euphanes, Sure, described 
as new from Indo-China, X. 82. 

Tabanus excelsus, Ric. in India, 
VIII. 31. 

Tabanus exulans, Erichs., in Tas- 
mania, V. 66 ; doubt as to 
identity of, V. 66. 

Tabanus fasciatus, F., harbouring 
ilagellates in Egypt, V. 11 ; in 
Nigeria, IV. 66, 113, V. 39, VI. 
225 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45, 150. 

Tabanus festivus, Hine, described as 
new from Panama Canal Zone, 
VIII. 156. 

Tabanus fijianus, Ric, described 
as new from Fiji, II. 104. 

Tabanus flavothorax, Ric, in Hong 
Kong, IV. 65. 

Tabanus flamts, Ric, in U.S.A., 
VII. 20, 63. 

Tabanus flindersi, Ferg., described 
as new from Australia, IX. 113. 

Tabanus fratellus, Will, (see T. 
patulus) . 

Tabanus fraterculits, Macq., in Tas- 
mania, V. 66 ; doubt as to 
identity of, V. 66. 
Tabanus fraternus, Macq., in Portu- 
guese E. Africa, III. 172; in 
Nyasaland, III. 116; in Rho- 
desia, I. 171; in Zanzibar, III. 
48; early stages of. III. 116. 
Tabanus froggatii, Ric, in New 

South Wales, VII. 12. 
Tabanus fubnineus, Hine, described 
as new from Panama Canal 
Zone, VIII. 156. 
Tabanus fulvicapillus. Carter, de- 
scribed as new from Belgian 
Congo, I. 7. 



Tabanus fulvicincius , Ric, described 

as new from Formosa, II. 81. 
Tabanus fulvicornis, Mg., in Russia, 

IX. 115. 
Tabanus fulvimedioides, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 
VIII. 119. 
Tabanus fumomarginaius , Hine, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, IX. 
158. 
Tabanus furvus, Hine, described 

as new from Bolivia, VIII. 156. 
Tabanus Juscipes, Ric, in Portu- 
guese E. Africa, III. 172; in 
Nyasaland, IV. 171 ; in Rhodesia, 
I. 171, III. 7, V. 166; possibly 
transmitting trypanosomiasis, V. 
166 ; natural enemies of, IV. 171» 
Tabanus fuscipes, Ric, var. oculi- 
pilus, Carter, described as new 
from Transvaal, III. 121. 
Tabanus fuscipes, Tayl., described 
as new from Australia, II. 12; 
T. taylori n.n. for, II. 51. 
Tabanus fuscofasciatus, Macq., in 

Brazil, VI. 90. 
Tabamis geraldi, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, X. 209. 
Tabanus gigas, Hbst., in Palestine,. 

VIII. 111. 
Tabanus glaber, Big., possibly trans- 
mitting trypanosomiasis to camels 
in Mesopotamia, VIII. 15, IX. 14^ 
Tabanus glaucopis, Mg., harbouring 
flagellates in France, V. 11 ; 
transmitting Trypanosoma theileri 
in Germany, IX. 207. 
Tabanus grains, Lw., in Portuguese- 
E. Africa, III. 172; harbouring 
flagellates in Egypt, V. 11 ; be- 
lieved to transmit trypanosomiasis 
in Eritrea, V. 176 ; in Gold Coast, 

V. 45 ; early stages of, in Nyasa- 
land, III. li6. 

Tabanus gregaritis, Erichs., new 
Australian species incorrectly 
identified as, II. 51 ; in Australia, 
IV. 8 ; in Tasmania, V. 66 ; doubt 
as to identity of, V. 66. 
,Tabanus gregarius, Tayl. (see T. 
strangmanni) . 

Tabanus griseicolor, Ferg. & Hill., 
described as new from Australia, 
X. 224. 

Tabanus griseoannulatus, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

VI. 118. 

Tabanus griseohirtus, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VI. 118. 

Tabanus habilis, Brethes, described 
as new from Argentina, X. 171. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Tahanus hackeri, Tayl., described 
as new from New South Wales, 
VI. 12. 

Tabanus haemaphorus. Marten, re- 
garded as distinct from T. sono- 
niensis, IX. 191. 

Tabanus heroni, Ferg., described 
as new from Australia, IX. 113. 

Tabanus hilaris, Wlk., in Hong 
Kong, III. 132, IV. 65; in India, 
V. 11, 38, VI. 63, IX. 79; har- 
bouring flagellates, V. 11 ; bio- 
nomics of, V. 38, VI. 63. 

Tabanus hirtiihis, Big., in Canada, 

II. 197, VI. 179. 

Tabanus hobariiensis, White, de- 
scribed as new from Tasmania, 

V. 66. 

Tabanus honkongiensis, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from Hong Kong, 
IV. 55. 

Tabanus hybrid us, Wied., in Hong 
Kong, HI. 132, IV. 65. 

Tabanus hypomacros, Sure, de- 
scribed as new from Indo-China, 
X. 92. 

Tabanus ictericus, Sure, described 
as new from Indo-China, X. 82. 

Tabanus ignotus, Rossi, bionomics 
of, in Italy, II. 167. 

Tabanus illoius, O.S., in Canada, 

VI. 179. 

Tabanus imponens, Wlk., in British 
Guiana, V. 5. 

Tabanus iniportunus, Wied., in Bra- 
zil, III. 81, VI. 90. 

Tabanus impressiis, Wied., in British 
Guiana, II. 16, III. 157, V. 5; 
possibly carrying mal de caderas, 

III. 157; attacking man, V. 5. 
Tabanus indefinitus, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, VI. 238. 
Tabanus indianus, Ric, in Hong 

Kong, III. 132, IV. 65. 
Tabanus innotatus, Ferg. & Henry, 

described as new from New 

South Wales, VIII. 173. 
Tabanus insecutor, Aust., described 

as new from Palestine, VIII. 111. 
Tabanus insidiatov, Aust., described 

as new from Siam, X. 105. 
Tabanus insignis, Lw., early stages 

of, in Nyasaland, III. 116; in 

Transvaal, HI. 121. . 
Tabanus insuetus, O.S., in Canada, 

II. 197. 
Tabanus insurgens, Wlk., in New 

Guinea, III. 155. 
Tabanus iyoensis, Shiraki, described 

as new from Formosa, VIII. 119. 
Tabanus jucundus, Wlk., in Hong 

Kong, ill. 132, IV. 65. 



Tabanus {Ochvops) kerteszi, Szil., in 

Palestine, X. 208. 
Tabanus kewensis, Ferg. & Henry, 

described as new from New 

South Wales, VIII. 173. 
Tabanus kingsleyi, Ric, in Ashanti, 

III. 19; in Nigeria, V. 39, VI. 

225 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Tabanus kotoshoensis, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

VIII. 119. 
Tabanus lapponicus, Wahlberg, in 

Lapland, VIII. 74. 
Tabanus lasiophtJialnius, Macq., in 

Canada, HI. 155; found in 

nest of Bembcx spiiiolae, V. 74. 
Tabanus laticallosits, Ric, described 

as new, HI. 28; in Australia, 

III. 28, VII. 12. 

Tabanus latifvons, Ferg., described 

as new from Australia, IX. 169 ; 

a synonym of T. neolatifrons, 

q.v. 
Tabanus latifrons, Zett. (see T. 

covdiger) . 
Tabanus latus, in Kamerun, X. 113. 
Tabanus lautus, Hine, described 

as new from Peru, VIII. 156. 
Tabanus laverani. Sure, in Gambia, 

HI. 1; early stages of, in Nyasa 

land, HI. 116; in Sierra Leone, 

IV. 45. 

Tabanus leleani, Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, VIII. 111. 

Tabanus leucaspis, Wied., attacking 
man in British Guiana, V. 5. 

Tabanus leucostomus, Lw., believed 
to transmit trypanosomiasis in 
Eritrea, V. 176 ; in Zanzibar, 
HI. 50. 

Tabanus lifuensis, Big., in Poly- 
nesia, II. 104. 

Tabanus Hmbaiinervis, Macq., T. 
alternatus n.n. for, X. 224. 

Tabanus lineatus, Tayl., described 
as new, II. 12; in Australia, 
H. 12, IV. 48 ; a pre-occupied 
name, II. 51. 

Tabanus lineola, F., in Canada, 
III. 195, VI. 183; in U.S.A., 

V. 179, VI. 169, VII. 20, 62, 
VIII. 19; bionomics of, VII. 
62, VIII. 19. 

Tabanus liventipes, Sure, in Rho- 
desia, I. 171. 

Tabanus lucidulus, Wlk., in Jamaica, 
II 20. 

Tabanus lugubris, Macq., in LT.S.A., 

VII. 63, VIII. 19; bionomics 
of, VIII. 19. 

Tabanus lunatus, ¥., in Palestine, 

VIII. 111. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Tabanns liiridiis, Fall., in Lapland, 

VIII. 74; in Russia, III. 195, 

IX. 115. 

Tabaniis niacer, Big. [bicallosiis, 
Ric), in India, III. 19, VI. 63, 

IX. 79, X. 67, 143; oviposition 
of, VI. 63, X. 67; egg-parasites 
of, IX. 79 ; described as T. 
trichinopolis, sp.n., III. 19. 

Tabanns macfarlanei, Ric, described 
as new from Hong Kong, IV. 65. 

Tabanus macroceraius, Big. (see 
Pseudacanthocera sylverii) . 

Tabanus niaculatissimus, Macq., in 
Portuguese E. Africa, III. 172; 
early stages of, in Nyasaland, 
III. 116; in Rhodesia, "l. 171. 

Tabanus maculicornis , Zett., in 
Russia, III. 195, IX. 40. 

Tabanus mandayinus, Schin., in 
Hong Kong, IV. 66. 

Tabanus marmorosus. Sure, in 
Ashanti, III. 19; in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 45. 

Tabanus mastersi, Tayl., n.n. for 
T. gregarius, Tayl. nee Erichs., 
in Australia, VI. 118 ; a synonym 
of T. strangmanni, q.v. 

Tabanus medionoiatus, Aust., early 
stages of, in Nyasaland, III. 116. 

Tabanus melanocerus, Wied., in 
U.S.A., VII. 20, 63. 

Tabanus melanogasier, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 

Tabanus melanoplerus, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new fronl Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus mendicus, Villen., in Pales- 
tine, VIII. 111. 

Tabanus (Therioplectes) nieridionalis, 
Ferg. nee Thunb., described as 
new from Australia, IX. 113 ; 
T. adelaidae n.n. for, X. 224. 

Tabanus [Chlorotabanus) mexicanus, 
L., in Brazil, III. 81, VI. 90; in 
U.S.A., V. 179; breeding-places 
of. VI. 91 ; crepuscular habits of, 

III. 81. 

Tabanus miles, Wied., in Brazil, 

IV. 36. 

Tabanus milleri, Whitney, described 

as new from U.S.A., III. 25. 
Tabanus milsoni, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, VI. 118; 

T. milsoniensis n.n. for, X. 224. 
Tabanus milsoniensis, Ferg. & Hill, 

n.n. for T. milsoni, X. 224. 
Tabanus milsonis, Ric, X. 224. 
Tabanus minor, Tayl. nee Macq. 

(see T. palmerstoni). 
Tabanus minusculus, Ferg. & Hill 



nee Hine, n.n. for T. minor, 
Tayl. nee Macq., IX. 62; T. 
palmerstoni n.n. for, X. 224. 
Tabanus modicus, Hine, described 
as new from Br. Guiana, VIII. 
156. 
Tabanus molestans, Becker, de- 
scribed as new from Tangier, 
I. 222. 
Tabanus montanus, Mg., in Russia, 

III. 195, IX. 115. 

Tabanus mordax, Hine, described 

as new from Paraguay, VIII. 156. 

Tabanus moretonensis, Ferg. & Hill, 

n.n. for T. confusus, Tayl. nee 

Wlk., X. 224; in Australia, VII. 

12, X. 224. 

Tabanus mucronatus , Lutz & Neiva, 

in Brazil, VI. 90. 
Tabanus murreus, Hine, described 
as new from Br. Guiana, VIII. 
156. 
Tabanus musgravii, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, VI. 238. 
Tabanus nagamiensis. Cart., de- 
scribed as new from S. Africa, 
I. 7; early stages of, in Nyasa- 
land, III. 116. 
Tabanus nantuckensis, Hine fsee 

T. atratus var. nantuckensis). 
Tabanus negaiivus, Ric, in Hong 

Kong, III. 132. 
Tabanus nemocallosus, Ric, in In- 
dia, V. 38, VI. 63, IX. 79, X. 143 ; 
bionomics of, V. 38, VI. 63. 
Tabanus nemopunctatus , Ric, de- 
scribed as new, III. 26; in 
Australia, III. 26, VI. 74, X. 
224 ; T. pseudopalpalis previous- 
ly recorded as, X. 224. 
Tabanus nemoralis, ?.Ig., in Pales- 
tine, VIII. 111. 
Tabanus nemo/alis var. ruficornis. 
Sure, described as new from 
Algeria and Syria, IX. 37. 
Tabanus nenioiuberculatus , Ric, de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
III. 26. 
Tabanus neolatifrons, Ferg. & Hill, 
n.n. for T. latifrons, Ferg. nee 
Zett., in Australia, X. 224. 
Tabanus neopalpalis, Ferg. & Hill, 
n.n. for T. palpalis, Tayl. nee 
Ric, in Australia, IX. 62. 
Tabanus nigrifacies, Gob., in Russia, 

IX. 40. 
Tabanus nigritarsis, Tayl., described 
as new, II. 12; in Australia, II. 
12, IV. 8, 182, 183, VI. 27, 74, 
118, IX. 133; probably not a 
carrier of Onchocerca gibsoni, VI. 
27. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Tabanus nigrostviatus, Ric, in Rho- 
desia, I. 171. 

Tabanus nigrovittatus, Macq., in 
Canada, III. 155; species allied 
to, experimentally conveying an- 
thrax, VI. 181. 

Tflbaniis iiivosiis, O.S., in Canada, 
II. 197. 

Tabanus nudus, McDunnough, de- 
scribed as new from Canada, 

IX. 191. 

Tabanus oblique maculatiis, Macq. 

(see T. hucostonms). 
Tabanus obliquus, Wlk., in Jamaica, 

II. 20. 

Tabanus obscurehirtus, Ric, in 

Nigeria, IV. 66. 
Tabanus obscuripes, Ric, early 

stages of, in Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Tabanus obscurissimus, Ric, in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 150. 
Tabanus ochreoflavus, Ferg. & Henry, 

described as new from Australia, 

VIII. 173. 
Tabanus ochroleucus, Mg., attacking 

man in British Guiana, V. 5. 
Tabanus ochrophilus (see Neota- 

banus). 
Tabanus oculatus, Ric, in Australia, 

IV. 182. 
Tabanus oculus, Wlk., attacking 

man in British Guiana, V. 5. 
Tabanus okinawanus, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

VIII. 119. 
Tabanus oknos, Sure, described as 

new from Indo-China, X. 82. 
Tabanus optatus, Wlk., in Sumatra, 

VII. 164. 

Tabanus orientis, Wlk., in India, 

VIII. 31. 

Tabanus avion, O.S., in Canada, 

III. 155. 

Tabanus ornatissimus, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 

Tabanus pallidepectoratus, Big., var. 
aureus, Sure, described as new 
from Indo-China, X. 110. 

Tabanus pallidifacies. Sure, believed 
to transmit trypanosomiasis in 
Eritrea, V. 176.' 

Tabanus pallidipes , Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, VIII. 111. 

Tabanus pallipennis, Macq., pupa- 
tion of, in Queensland, X. 15. 

Tabanus palmensis, Ferg. & Hill, 
described as new from Australia, 
X 224. 

Tabanus palmer stoni, Ferg. & Hill, 
n.n. for T. minusculus, Ferg. 6c 



Hill nee Hine, in Australia, X. 

224. 
Tabanus palpalis, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 
Tabanus palpalis, Tayl. nee Ric 

(see T. neopalpalis). 
Tabanus par, Wlk., in Belgian 

Congo, V. 35 ; in Gambia, III.l; 

harbouring flagellates in Egypt, 

V. 11 ; in Nigeria, V. 39 ; in 
Rhodesia, I. 171 ; in Sierra Leone, 
IV. 45. 

Tabanus parallelus, Wlk., in 
Jamaica, II. 20. 

Tabanus po.rvicallosus, Ric, de- 
scribed as new, III. 26 ; in 
Australia, III. 26, VII. 12. 

Tabanus parvus, Tayl., described as 
new from Australia, II. 12. 

Tabanus patulus, Wlk., bionomics 
of, in Canada, II. 197. 

Tabanus persis, Ric, in Mesopo- 
tamia, IX. 14. 

Tabanus pertinens, Aust., early 
stages of, in Nyasaland, III. 116. 

Tabanus petiolatus, Hine, described 
as new from U.S.A., \'. 127. 

Tabanus phaenops, O.S., in Canada, 

VI. 179; in U.S.A., VII. 142, 

IX. 38 ; bionomics and control 
of, IX. 38. 

Tabanus picticeps, Becker, described 
as new from. Sudan, X. 110; 

. considered a synonym of T. 
taeniola, X. 110 (note). 

Tabanus platensis, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 

X. 171. 

Tabanus pluto, Wlk., in Belgian 
Congo, V. 35, VI. 161; in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 45 ; a probable carrier 
of horse sickness, VI. 161. 

Tabanus polygonus, Wlk., in Meso- 
potamia, IX. 14. 

Tabanus praematurus, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Siam, X. 105. 

Tabanus princeps, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus producticornis, Aust., in 
Zanzibar, III. 50. 

Tabanus pseu.doardens, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, II. 12; in Aus- 
tralia, II. 12, IV. 182. 

Tabanus pseudobasalis, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 
VI. 238. 

Tabanus pseudocallosus, Ferg. & 
Hill, described as new from 
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Tabanus pseiidocinereus, Neiva & 
Penna, in Brazil, VI. 90. 

Tabanus pseudopallidepectoratus, 
Sure, described as new from 
Indo-China, X. 110. 

Tabanus pseudopalpalis, Ferg. & 
Hill, described as new from 
Australia, X. 224 ; previously 
recorded as T. nenwpunctattis, 
X. 224. 

Tabanus pugiunculus, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Siam, X. 105. 

Tabanus pugnax, Aust., described 
as new from Siam, X. 105. 

Tabanus pulchellus, Lw., in Tangier, 

I. 222; in Mesopotamia, VIII. 15, 
IX. 14; probably conveying 
trypanosomiasis to camels, VIII. 
15 ; bionomics of, IX. 14. 

Tabanus pullulus, Aust., in Rho- 
desia, I. 171. 

Tabanus pnlverifer, Wlk., in Meso- 
potamia, IX. 14. 

Tabanus pumilus, Macq., in U.S.A., 
VII. 20; found in nest of Bembex 
spinolae, V. 74. 

Tabanus piuictifer, O.S., in U.S.A., 
VI. 169, IX. 38. 

Tabanus punctipleura, Hine, de- 
scribed as new from Costa Rica, 
IX. 158. 

Tabanus punensis, Hine, described 
as new from Peru, VIII. 156. 

Tabanus pygmaeus, Ferg. & Henry 
nee Will., described as new from 
Australia, VIII. 173 ; T. rivularis 
n.n. for, X. 224. 

Tabanus quadrisignatus, Ric, in 
Nigeria, VI. 225. 

Tabanus queenslandi, Ric, described 
as new from Australia, III. 26. 

Tabanus quinquecinctus, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

II. 81. 

Tabanus quinquevittatus , Wied., in 

U.S.A., VII. 20. 
Tabanus rainbowi, Tayl., described 

as new from Australia, VI. 238. 
Tabanus recedens, Wlk., in Canada, 

III. 155. 

Tabanus reduceiis, Wlk., in Celebes 
and Macassar, III. 26. 

Tabanus regiusgeorgii, Macq., in 
Australia, IV. 182. 

Tabanus regularis, Jaenn., in Pales- 
tine, VIII. 111. 

Tabanus reinwardtii, Wied., in 
Canada, III. 155. 

Tabanus rhornbicus, O.S., in Canada, 
VI. 179. 

Tabanus rivularis, Ferg. & Hill, n.n. 



for T. pygmaeus, Ferg. & Hill nee 
Will., in Australia, X. 224. 

Tabanus riibicundulus, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Siam, X. 105. 

Tabanus rubidus, Wied., in Hong 
Kong, IV. 65; in Philippines, 
VII. 194. 

Tabanus rubricallosus, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from New Cale- 
donia, II. 104. 

Tabanus vubrithorax, Macq., in 
Brazil, VI. 90. 

Tabanus ruficrus, P. de B., in 
Belgian Congo, IV. 68 ; in Nigeria, 

VI. 225; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 
Tabanus rufinoiatus, Big., in Aus- 
tralia, III. 26, IV. 183, VI. 27, 
74, IX. 133. 

Tabanus rufiventris, Macq., in Ja- 
maica, II. 20. 

Tabanus rufoabdominalis , Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

VII. 12. 

Tabanus rufus, P. de B., in U.S.A., 

VII. 63. 

Tabanus rupestris, McDunnough, 
described as new from U.S.A., 
IX. 191. 

Tabanus rupinae, Aust., described 
as new from Palestine, VIII. 111. 

Tabanus Sagittarius, Macq. (see T. 
taeniola variatus) . 

Tabanus salvazai, Sure, described 
as new from Indo-China, X. 82. 

Tabanus sanguinarius. Big., in 
Australia, IV. 182. 

Tabanus sanguineus, Wlk., in Hong 
Kong, III. 132, IV. 65; in India, 
V. 38, IX. 79; bionomics of, V, 
38 ; egg-parasites of, IX. 79. 

Tabanus sapporoensis, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

VIII. 119. 

Tabanus sapporoenus, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 
VIII. 119. 

Tabanus secedens, Wlk., in E. Africa, 

V. 11 ; in Belgian Congo, IV. 68 ; 
in Nigeria, IV. 66, 113, V. 39, 

VI. 225; flagellates in, V. 11, 40. 
Tabanus seclusus, Brethes, described 

as new from Argentina, X. 171. 

Tabanus seniisordidiis, Wlk., in 

British Guiana, II. 16, HI. 157, 

V. 4, VI. 18 ; a possible carrier of 
mal de caderas, III. 157; Mone- 
dula denticornis predacious on, 

VI. 18. 

Tabanus senior, Wlk., in British 

Guiana, V. 4. 
Tabanus septentrionalis, Lw., in 

Canada, III. 155, VI. 179; trans- 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



mitting swamp fever to horses in 
U.S.A., VIII. 92, X. 41. 

Tabanus sequax, Will., in Canada, 
II 197, V. 170. 

Tabanus sericeiventris, Lw., in 
Somaliland, III. 136; in Trans- 
vaal, III. 121. 

Tabanus signal ive)it vis. Brethes, de- 
scribed as new from Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus similis, Macq., in Tas- 
mania, III. 26. 

Tabanus simpsoni, Aust., in Gold 
Coast, V. 45. 

Tabanus sociaUs, Wlk., in Nigeria, 
IV. 66, 113, V. 39, VI. 225; in 
Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Tabanus soci2i.s, Wlk., in Belgian 
Congo, IV. 68 ; harbouring flagel- 
lates in Egypt, V. 11. 

Tabanus (Therioplectes) solstitiaUs, 
Schin., in Russia, III. 68, 196, 
IX. 115; attacking man in Swit- 
zerland, X. 93. 

Tabanus sononiensis, O.S., in Canada, 
II. 197; T. haemaphorus regarded 
as distinct from, IX. 191. 

Tabanus soubiroui, Sure, described 
as new from Indo-China, X. 110. 

Tabanus spadix, Tayl., described as 
new from Australia, VI. 118. 

Tabanus speciosus, Ric, oviposition 
habits of, in India, VI. 63. 

Tabanus sticticollis. Sure, in Gam- 
bia, III. 1; in Sierra Leone, IV. 
45. 

Tabanus strangmanni, Ric. [mastersi, 
Tayl.), described as new. III. 26; 
in "Australia, III. 26, IV. 183, 
VI 27, 118, VIII. 174, X. 109; 
probably not transmitting oncho- 
cerciasis, VI. 27, VIII. 174; 
synonymy of X. 109. 

Tabanus striaius, F., in Ceylon, VI. 
42; in India, VI. 63, X. 143; 
in Philippines, 1. 200, 212, V. 38, 
60, VI. 99, 169, VI I. 194; 
experimentally transmitting an- 
thrax, II. 73; and surra, I.' 202, 
212, V. 38. VI. 99; bionomics of, 
I. 200-202, VI. 63. 

Tabanus siyi^ius. Say, in U.S.A., 
VI 169. 

Tabanus subangustus, Ric, in 
Dahomey, II. 172; in Sierra 
Leone, IV. 45. 

Tabanus subantarcticus, Brethes, 
described as new from Argentina, 
X 171. 

Tabanus (Therioplectes) subcallosus, 
Ric, in India, VIII. 31. 

Tabanus {Therioplectes) subfasciatus, 



Becker, described as new from 
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, X. 110. 

Tabanus sufis, Jaenn., in Egypt, VI. 
239 ; believed to transmit try- 
panosomiasis in Eritrea, V. 176 ; 
breeding-places of, in Mesopo- 
tamia, IX. 14. 

Tabanus svlvestris, Brethes, de- 
scribed as new froin Argentina, 
X. 171. 

Tabanus tacitus., Hine, described as 
new from Uruguay, VIII. 156. 

Tabanus taeniola, P. de B., in French 
Equatorial Africa, X. 147 ; in 
Portuguese E. Africa, III. 172; 
in Belgian Congo, V. 35; in Egypt, 
VI. 239, VIII. 130 ; in Gold Coast, 

IV. 12, V. 45; in Nigeria, IV. 
113, V. 39. VI. 225 ; in Nvasaland, 
III. 116, IV. 171 ; in Principe, IV. 
49, V. 11; in Rhodesia, I. 171, 

V. 166 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 45 ; 
in Sudan, III. 48; in Anglo- 
Egyptian Sudan. X. 110; in 
Transvaal, III. 121; in Zanzibar, 
III. 48; and trypanosomiasis, 

III. 48, V. 11, 166, VIII. 130; 
bionomics of, III. 48, 116, IV. 
171; early stages of, III. 116. 

Tabanus taeniola var. variatus, 
Wlk. {Sagittarius, Macq.), in Gam- 
bia, III. 1; in Gold Coast, IV. 
45 ; in Nigeria, VI. 225 ; Bembex 
predacious on, in Nvasaland, IV. 
171 ; in Rhodesia, L 171. 

Tabanus takasagoensis, Shiraki, de- 
scribed as new from Formosa, 

VIII. 119. 

Tabanus tantalus, Hine, described 
as new from Br. Guiana, VIII. 
158. 

Tabanus tararuUnus, L., in N. 
Russia, III. 195, VIII. 74, IX. 4C, 
115. 

Tabanus tasmanicus, Ferg., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, 

IX. 169. 

Tabanus tasmaniensis, White, de- 
scribed as new from Tasmania, V. 
66. 

Tabanus taylori, Aust., n.n. for 
T. fuscipes, II. 51; in Australia, 

IV. 182. 

Tabanus tenebrosus, Coq. nee Wlk., 
T. coquilletti n.n. for, VIII. 119. 

Tabanus tergestinus, Egg., harbour- 
ing flagellates in France, V. 11. 

Tabanus testaceomaculatus, Macq., 
harbouring flagellates in Chile, 

V. 11. 

Tabanus tetralineatus, Tayl., de- 
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II. 12 ; a synonym of T. cineres- 
cens iq.v.), II. 52. 

Tabanus thoracinus, P. de B., 
harbouring flagellates in E. Africa, 

V. 11 ; in French Equatorial 
Africa, X. 147; in Nigeria, V. 39, 

VI. 225. 

Tabanus tonientosiis, Macq., in Tan- 
gier, I. 222. 

Tabanus tonglai, Sure, described 
as new from Indo-China, X. 110. 

Tabanus torresi, Ferg. & Hill, 
described as new from Australia, 
X. 224. 

Tabanus transversns, Wlk., in 
Celebes and Macassar, III. 26. 

Tabanus trepidus, McDunnough, de- 
scribed as new from Canada, IX. 
191. 

Tabanus tvicliinopoUs, Ric, de- 
scribed as new from India, III. 
19 ; a synonym of T. macer, q.v. 

Tabanus trifascia, \Mk., in British 
Guiana, V. 4. 

Tabanus trigonostichus, Lutz, in 
Brazil, VI. 90. 

Tabanus trigonus, Coq., T. fulvi- 
capillus allied to, I. 7. 

Tabanus frijunctus, Wlk., in Canada, 

VI. 183; in U.S.A., V. 179, VII. 
20, 62, VIII. 19; bionomics of, 

VII. 62, VIII. 19. 

Tabanus trilinealis, Ferg. & Henry, 
described as new from Australia, 

VIII. 173. 

Tabanus [Neotabaniis) trilineatus, 
Latr., species allied to, in Brazil, 

III. 81; in British Guiana, II. 
16, III. 157, V. 4, VI. 18; in 
Jamaica, II. 20, V. 131; possibly 
carrying mal de caderas, III. 
157 ; Monedula denticornis pre- 
dacious on, VI. 18. 

Tabanus triquetrornatus, Carter, de- 
scribed as new from Nigeria, III. 
121. 

Tabanus trispilus, Wied., in Canada, 
III. 155; in U.S.A., VIII. 95. 

Tabanus triviUatus, F., description 
of, VIII. 156. 

Tabanus tropicus, Panz., in Russia, 
III. 195, IX. 115. 

Tabanus trypherus, Tayl., described 
as new from Australia, VI. 118. 

Tabanus tunisiensis, Sure, de- 
scribed as new from Tunis, II. 
36. 

Tabanus turbidus, Wied., in U.S.A., 
VII 20, 63. 

Tabanus umbratus, Hine, described 
as new from Costa Rica, VIII. 
156. 



Tabanus uniformis, Hine, described 

as new. from U.S.A., V. 127. 
Tabanus ustus, Wlk., early stages 

of, in Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Tabanus validus, Hine, described as 

new from Costa Rica, VIII. 156. 
Tabanus valterii, Macq., in Brazil, 

VI. 90. 
Tabanus variabilis, Lw., early stages 

of, in Nyasaland, III. 116. 
Tabanus vespiformis, Ferg. & Henry, 

described as new from Australia, 

VIII. 173. 

Tabanus veiustus, Wlk., in Aus- 
tralia, IV. 182. 

Tabanus virgatus, Aust., harbouring 
flagellates in Egypt, V. 11. 

'Tabanus virgo, Wied., in India, V. 
39, IX. 79, X. 143 ; egg-parasites 
of, IX. 79. 

Tabanus virgulatus, Aust., described 
as new from Siam, X. 105. 

Tabanus wentivorthi, Ferg. & Hill, 
described as new from Australia, 
X. 224. 

Tabanus wynyardensis, Hardy, de- 
scribed as new from Tasmania, V. 
67. 

Tabanus zonalis, Kirbv, in Canada, 
III. 155. 

Tachina, breeding in manure in- 
British Isles, Vil. 191. 

Tachina larvarum, L., in Russia, 
I. 151. 

iachinoides, Glossina. 

tacitus, Tabanus. 

taeniata, Stomoxys. 

taeniola, Tabanus. 

Taeniorhynchus [Mansonia, Man- 
sonioides), in French Equatorial 
Africa, I. 45, VIII. 18; m W. 
Africa. I. 52, II. 5; in Congo, I. 
145, II. 170, III. 137; in India, 

I. 144, II. 193, IV. 91; in Samoa, 

II. 51 ; in U.S.A., II. 78, VIII. 187 ; 
possibly carrying sleeping sick- 
ness, HI. 138; bionomics of larva 
of, VI. 182; breeding-places of, 
I. 52; Acdes iridipennis possibly 
referable to, X. 184 ; treated as a 
subgenus of Aedes, IX. 9; Culi- 
celsa suggested to replace, IX. 72 ; 
classification of. III. 115, VI. 
142, X. 229. 

Taeniorhynchus acer, Theo. (see 

T. brevicelluliis). 
Taeniorhynchus [Mansonioides) afri- 

canus, Theo., in W. Africa, III. 

1, IV. 66, V. 3, 40, 47, VI. 38, 225, 

IX. 42, X. 167 ; in Belgian Congo, 

III. 121; in Natal, IV. 120; in 
Philippines, II. 133; spirochaetes 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



in, V. 40 ; transmitting Filaria, 
II. 133, X. 180- ; bionomics of, 

IX. 42; breeding-places of, VI. 
38 ; experiments with kerosene 
against larva of, V. 55-57 : oiling 
ineffective against, VIII. r?6. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia, Man- 

sonia) albicosta, Chagas, VI. 

142; bionomics of, in Brazil, X. 

216. 
Taeniorhynchus {Mansonia) amazo- 

nensis, Theo., VI. 142; in French 

Guinea, VI. 160. 
Taeniorhynchus (Mansonioides) an- 

netti, Theo., II. 45; in Nigeria, 

IV. 66 ; in Sierra Leone, IV. 150. 
Taeniorhynchus {Mansonioides) an- 

nuliferus, Theo., in Cochin-China, 

II. 155; in India, I. 79, IX. 124; 
in Philippines, VII. 193; in 
Sumatra, IV. 23. 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonioides) an- 
nulipes, Wlk., in Sumatra, IV. 23. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia) arri- 
halzagae, Theo., VI. 142; egg 
masses of, IV. 160. 

Taeniorhynchus aureus, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, III. 115 ; in Natal, 

III. 115, IV. 120. 
Taeniorhynchus auripennis, Edw., 

described as new from Uganda, 

III. 115. 

Taeniorhynchus aurites, Theo., in 
Australia, IV. 11, VI. 173; m 
Nigeria, IV. 66; in Nyasaland, 

X. 62. 

Taeniorhynchus {Chrysoconops) bre- 
vicellulus, Theo. {acer, Theo., 
pygmaeus, Theo.), in Australia, 

IV. 8, 11, 60, V. 68, VI. 74, VII. 
46, IX. 75 ; m Fiji, IV. 41, X. 77 ; 
in India, VI. 196; in New Zea- 
land, I. 11, IX. 75 ; in Papua, III. 
154; in Sumatra, IV. 23; pro- 
bably not a carrier of Onchocerca 
gibsoni, VI. 27. 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonia) chvyso- 
notuni, Peryassu, described as 
new from Brazil, X. 216 ; bio- 
nomics of, X. 216. 

Taeniorhynchus chrysosoma, Edw., 
described as new from Nyasaland, 
III. 115. 

Taeniorhynchus chubbi, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, III. 115 ; in Natal, 
III. 115, IV. 120. 

Taeniorhynchus confinis, Theo., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Taeniorhynchus conopas, Frauenfeld, 
in Sumatra, IV. 23; T. giblini 
erroneously recorded as, X. 230. 



Taeniorhynchus conopas var. gibhni 
(see T. giblini). 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia) coti- 
cula, D. & K., VI. 142. 

Taeniorhynchus {Chrysoconops) cvis- 
tatus, Theo., in Belgian Congo, 
III. 121; described as T. noctur- 
nus, sp. n., from the Sudan, TI. 
45. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia, Man- 
sonia) diaeretus, Dyar, described 
as new from Philippines, IX. 51. 

Taeniorhynchus domesticus, Leic. 
(see Culex aurantapcx). 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia, Man- 
sonia) fasciolatus, Lynch, VI. 142; 
in Brazil, VI. 91, X. 216; m 
British Guiana, VI. 160; in 
Panama Canal Zone, VII. 127, 
IX. 108; in Trinidad, V. 60; 
bionomics of, X. 216 ; egg- masses 
of, IV. 160. 

Taeniorhynchus {Culex) flavus, 
Ventr., in Madagascar, IX. 68. 

Taeniorhynchus {Chrysoconops) fus- 
copennatus, Theo., distribution 
of, in Africa, IV. 120 ; in Trans- 
vaal, I. 140. 

Taeniorhynchus {Pseudotaeniorhyn- 
chus) giblini, Tayl., in Papua, 
III. 154; synonymy of, X. 230. 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonia) huniera- 
lis, D. & K., VI. 142; described 
as new, IV. 160 ; eggs of, attached 
to leaves of Pistia, IV. 160. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia) hypo- 
cindyna, Dyar, described as new 
from Brazil, VI. 142. 

Taeniorhynchus iracundus, Wlk., in 
New Zealand, IX. 75. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia) jux- 
tamansoni, Chagas, VI. 142; in 
Brazil, VI. 91. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia, Cu- 
lex, Culicelsa) linealis, Skuse, II. 
149; in Australia, III. 207. 

Taeniorhynchus maculipennis, Theo., 
not a synonym of T. annetti, II. 
45. 

Taeniorhynchus metallicus, Theo., in 
Natal, IV. 120; in Nigeria, IV. 
66 ; T. violaceus a synonym of, 
II. 45. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia, Man- 
sonia) nigricans, Coq., VI. 142; 
in Panama Canal Zone, VII. 127, 
IX. 108. 

Taeniorhynchus nigrosignatus, Edw. 
(see T. giblini). 

Taeniorhynchus {Chrysoconops) noc- 
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II. 45; a synonyiXL of T. cvistatus, 
q.v. 

Taeniorhynchus palliatus, Coq. (see 
Aedes fulvithorax). 

Taeniorhynchus papuensis, Tayl., 
described as new, II. 135; in 
Papua, II. 135, III. 154. 

Taeniorhynchus {Coquillettidia, Man- 
sonia) perUirbans, Wlk., VI. 142 ; 
distribution of, in N. America, 
VI. 182; in Canada, VII. 106; 
in India, I. 143 (probably error 
for T. uniformis) ; in U.S.A., III. 
32, 52, 128, 213, V. 161, VI. 66. 
X. 203; bionomics of, VII. 106, 
X. 203; hibernation of, I. 98; 
egg-masses of, IV. 160 ; larva of, 
associated with water plants, IV. 
170 ; not attracted by light, I. 22 ; 
measures against, VI. 66; larva 
of T. richiardii resembling, VII. 
103. 

Taeniorhynchus [Mansonia] pseudo- 
titillans, Theo., VI. 142; in 
Brazil, VIII. 26. 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonia) richi- 
ardii. Fie, in Balkans, VI. 163, 
201, VIII. 88, IX. 20, 92; in 
Britain, VII. 153; in Denmark, 
VI. 182, VII. 172, IX. 82; in 
France, VII. 99; in Germany, 
IV. 16, VIII. 27, 214, IX. 29; 
in Sweden, X. 87 ; bionomics of, 

VI. 182, VIII. 27; early stages 
of, VII. 103, VIII. 27. 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonioides) sep- 
tempunctatus , Theo., in Papua, 

III. 154. 

Taeniorhynchus tenax, Theo. (see 
Culex bitaeniorhynchiis var. tenax) . 

Taeniorhynchus tenax var. macu- 
lipes, Theo. (see Culex quasi- 
gelidus) . 

Taeniorhynchtts thelcter (see Aedes). 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonia) titillans, 
Wlk., VI. 142, 182; distribution 
of, VII. 4 ; in Argentina. VII. 181 ; 
in Brazil, IV. 37, VI. 91, VIII. 25 ; 
in Br. Guiana, VII. 79, IX. 2, 
135, X. 54; absent from Panama, 
I. 223; in Panama Canal Zone, 

VII. 3, 127, VIII. 175, 197, IX. 
108, X. 24; in Peru, III. 25; 
in Trinidad, II. 24, V. 60; in 
Venezuela, X. 183; not found to 
transmit dengue, VII. 127; 
breeding-places of, X. 54 ; relation 
of early stages of, to water-plants, 

IV. 160, 177, VII. 3, 127, VIII. 
175, 197, X. 24. 

Taeniorhynchus {Mansonia, Man- 
sonioides) uniforrfiis, Theo., in E. 



Africa, VIII. 164; in W. Africa, 
IV. 45, 66, 112, 150, ^ . 3, 45, 
VI. 225, VII. 169, X. 114; in 
Australia, I. 11, IV. 11. 60, V. 
68. VI. 73, 227. VII. 176; in 
Belgian Congo, 1. 220, III. 121; 
in Cochin-China, II. 155 ; in Hong 
Kong, III. 141; in Kamerun, X. 
114 ; in Madagascar, IX. 68 ; in 
Nyasaland, X. 62; in Papua, III. 
154; in Philippines, II. 133, VII. 
193; in Sumatra, IV. 23; not 
experimentally carrying dengue, 
VI. 195; transmitting filariasis, 
II. 133, 155, IV. 120, X. 180; 
probably not carrying Onchocerca 
gibsoni, VI. 27; experimentally 
transmitting Trypanosoma gam- 
biense, I. 191. 

Taeniorhynchus versicolor, Edw., in 
E. Africa, V. 31. 

Taeniorhynchus violaceus, Theo. (see 
T. metallictis). 

taeniorhynchus, Aedes {Culex, Culi- 
celsa, Ochlerotatus) . 

taeniorostris, Harpagomyia. 

tahoensis, Aedes communis. 

takasagoensis, Tabanus. 

ialaje, Ornithodorus. 

talpae, Demodex ; Histrichopsylla. 

talpoides, Hemimerus. 

familanus, Ceratophyllus. 

tananarivensis. Anopheles (see A. 
squamosus) . 

tantalus, Tabanus. 

tapena, Culex {Eubonnea). 

tapetzella, Trichophaga. 

Tapinoma melanocephalutn, ¥., in 
houses in Jamaica, IX. 31. 

tarandi, Oedemagena. 

tarandinus, Tabanus. 

tarsalis, Aedes; Culex. 

tarsatiis, Eupelminus . 

tarsimaculatus, Anopheles {Cellia). 

Tarsonemus, infesting the urinary 
tract in man, IX. 70. 

Tarsonemus apis, Rennie, and 
disease in bees, X. 129. 

Tarsonemus woodi, Rennie, Acarapis 
gen. n. for {q.v.), IX. 196. 

tasmani, Ixodes. 

tasmanicus, Tabanus. 

tasmaniensis, Aedes {Menolepis, Och- 
lerotatus) (see A . leucolepis) ; 
Lucilia; Rachionotoniyia {Aedes, 
Ochlerotatus, Stegomyia) ; Tabanus. 

taylori, Culex (see C. squamosus) ; 
Tabanus. 

Teara, causing dermatitis in man 
in Australia, X. 168. 

tecmarsis, Culex {Chocroporpa). 
; tejerae, Phlebotomus. 



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Telenomus tabani, Mayr, a parasite 

of Tabamis, III. 195. 
Telenomus tabanivorus, Ashm., a 

parasite of Tabanus, III. 195. 
Telniatoscopus nieridionalis, Eat., 

breeding-places of, in Gold Coast, 

X. 167. 
ielmatoscopiis, A nkistrodactylus {Schi- 

zodactylus) . 
teinperata, Lucilia (see L. argyri- 

cephala) . 
tenipestata, Aliisca (Biomyia). 
tempestiva, Musca. 
temporalis, Lipeurus. 
tenax, Eri stalls ; Taeniorhynchus 

(see Culex bitaeniorhynchus var. 

tenax) . 
Tendipes bethsaidae, Kieff., described 

as new from Palestine, III. 51. 
Tendipes galilaeus., Kieff., described 

as new from Palestine, III. 51. 
tenebricosa, Bezzia. 
tenebricosus, Atractodes. 
Tenebrio molifor, L., inoculation of, 

with Leptomonads, IX. 144 ; 

effect of hydrocyanic acid gas 

on, X. 156. 
Tenebrio obscuriis, F., in dead bodies, 

IX. 121. 
tenebrosa, Cuierebra. 
tenebrosits, Coq., Tabanus (see T. 

coquilletii). 
fenebrosus, Wlk., Tabanus. 
Tenthredo variegatus, Nort., feeding 

on house-flies, II. 129. 
tentoritis, CiiUcoides. 
tenuicrus, Palpomyia. 
tenuifrons, Simulium. 
tenuimaniis, Simulium. 
tenuipes, Simulium-. 
tenuirosiris, Haematopinus (see 

Linognathus vituli) ; Ixodes. 
tenuis, Topomyia ; Triatoma. 
Tephrochlamvs canescens, Mg., in 

Britain, III. 89, IV. 143; biono- 
mics of, IV. 143. 
Tephrochlainys rufiventris, Mg., 

breeding in manure in British 

Isles, VII. 191. 
tepperi, Silvias. 
terebor, Culex {Choeroporpa). 
tergestinus, Tabanus. 
terinus, Callistopsyllus. 
ternicinctus , Gastrophilus. 
terraenovae, PJiormia. 
terraereginae, Musca. 
terrens, Aedes {Finlaya). 
terribilis, Euryparasitus [Gamasus). 
terriei, Aedes. 
territans, Wlk., Culex. 
territans, auct., Culex (see C. 

hortensis) . 



territans, H., D. & K., Culex (see 
C. apicalis). 

Tersesthes, blood-sucking habits of, 
I. 66 ; considered a synonym 
of Leptoconops, IX. 194. 

Tersesthes brasiliensis, Lutz, de- 
scribed as new from Brazil, I. 
176 ; referred to Protersesthes, 
q.v. 

Tersesthes camelorum, Kieff., de- 
scribed as new from camels in 
Algeria, IX. 171. 

Tersesthes [Mycterotypus) laurae, 
Weiss, in Tunis, VI. 28. 

Tersesthes mesopotamiensi s (see Lep- 
toconops). 

tersus, Ceratophyllus. 

terticeps, A egophagamyia. 

tessellata, Sarcopliaga. 

tessellatus, Anopheles [Myzomyia, 
Nyssomyzomyia) . 

testacea, Diatomineura ; Dichelacera. 

tesiaceomaculatus , Tabanus. 

testaceus, Culex (see C. apicalis) ; 
Leptinus. 

testor, Neopsylla. 

testudinis, A mblyomma. 

tetracarinatus, Oxytelus. 

tetralineatus, Tabanus (see T. ciner- 
escens). 

Tetramorium guineense, F., a me- 
chanical carrier of typhoid, II. 9. 

Tetrastichus [Entedon) hagenoivi, 
Ratz., parasite of Evania appendi- 
gaster. III. 126. 

tetripunctata, Wohlfahrtia. 

texana, Psorophora ; Sarcophaga. 

texanus, Ixodes ; Ixodiphagus ; Rhi- 
picephalus. 

texior, Hyphantria. 

thalassius, Culex. 

thaxteri, Aedes. 

theae, Oscinis. 

theileri, Anopheles; Culex (see C. 
tipuliformis) . 

thelcter, Aedes [Taeniorhynchus). 

Thelida oculata, Fall. {Heteromyza 
filiformis, R.-D.), in France, II. 
134. 

Themira putris, L., in France, II. 
134 ; spread of, by human agency, 
V. 192. 

theobaldi, Aedes (Grabhamia, Ochlero- 
tatus) ; Anopheles {Nyssorhyn- 
chus) ; Haematopota ; Theobaldia 
(see T. fmnipennis) . 

Theobaldia (Culiseta), in the 
Sahara, II. 198; in U.S.A., 
I. 78; notices of keys to, IX. 
113, 131, X. 18, 229 ; respiration 
of larva of, X. 211. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



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Theohaldia ahsobrina, Felt (see T. 
impatiens) . 

Theobaldia {Culex) alaskaensis, 
Ludl., in British Isles, IX. 28, 95 ; 
in Canada, VII. 106, VIII. 101; 
described as T. arctica, sp.n., 
from Russia, VIII. 49 ; described 
as T. siberiensis, sp.n., froin 
Siberia, VIII. 59; in Sweden, X. 
87; in U.S.A., VI. 65; bionomics 
of, VII. 107; synonymy of, 
X. 18. 

Theobaldia {Culiseia) aniiulata, 
Schr., in Balkans, VI. 163, 201, 

VIII. 87, 90, IX. 20, 92; in 
British Isles, VIII. 177, 193, 

IX. 5, 118, X. 16, 85, 105, 120, 
165; in Canary Islands, X. 31; 
in Denmark, VII. 171, IX. 82; 
in France, 11.180, VII. 99, VIII. 
82, IX. 107; in Germany, II. 
78, VII. 69, VIII. 27, 214, IX. 
29, 68, X. 36, 128; in Italy, VII. 
156, X. 119; in Mesopotamia, 
VIII. 112; in Palestine, IX. 
99; in Pyrenees, VIII. 76; in 
Sweden, X. 87 ; in Switzerland, 
I. 40, III. 225, V. 42, VI. 172, 

X. 7, 92; bionomics of, V. 42, 
VI. 172, VII. 171, X. 7, 36, 86, 
92; biting habits of, I. 40, X. 
228; breeding-places of, IX. 92, 
107 ; effect of various re-agents 
on, VI. 57, VII. 135, IX. 184; 
larva of, V. 19, IX. 186, X. 211. 

Theobaldia (Ctilex) annulata var. 

marocana, D'Anfr. (see T. longi- 

areolata) . 
Theobaldia annulata subochrea (see 

T. subochrea). 
Theobaldia arctica, Edw., described 

as new from Russia, VIII. 49 ; 

a synonym of T. alaskaensis, q.v. 
Theobaldia bergrothi, Edw. (see T. 

glaphyroptera) . 
Theobaldia consobrina, R.-D. (see 

T. inornata). 
Theobaldia (Culicella) dyari, Coq., 

in Canada, VII. 106; in U.S.A., 

IV. 170, V. 160, VI. 88, X. 203; 

bionomics of, IV. 170, VII. 106; 

breeding-places of, VI. 88. 
Theobaldia ficalbii, Noe (see T. 

fumipennis) . 
Theobaldia {Culicella) fumipennis, 

Steph., in Balkans, ' VIII. 87; 

in British Isles, X. 16, 86; in 

Germany, VII. 69; in Isle of 

Man, IX. 118 ; in Sweden, X. 87 ; 

synonymy of, X. 18. 
Theobaldia glaphyroptera, Schiner, 

in Finland, X. 165 ; in Germany, 



II. 78, VII. 69, VIII. 27; in 
Sweden, X. 87 ; hibernation of, 
VIII. 27; synonymy of, X. 18. 

Theobaldia {CuUseta) impatiens, 
Wlk. [absobrina, Felt), V. 19; 
in Canada, VII. 106; in U.S.A., 
VI. 7, 65, VIII. 14; bionomics 
of, VII. 106 ; breeding-places of, 
VI. 7; larva of, VIII. 14. 

Theobaldia (Culiseta) incidens, 
Thoms., in Canada, VII. 106, 
VIII. 101; in U.S.A., IV. 159, 
VI. 7, 49, 65, 146, MH. 104; 
bionomics of, VII . 106 ; breeding- 
places of, IV. 159, VI. 7, 49; 
experiments in effect of petroleum 
on larvae of, VI. 184; allied to 
T. annulata, V. 19. 

Theobaldia indica, Edw., described 
as new from India, VIII. 149. 

Theobaldia [CuUseta) inornata. Will. 
[consobrina, R.-D.), V. 19; in 
Canada, III. 155, VII. 106; in 
U.S.A., VI. 49, 65, 146, X. 93; 
breeding-places of, X. 93 ; biono- 
mics of, VII. 106. 

Theobaldia [Allotheobaldia) longi- 
areolaia, Macq. [spathipalpis, 
Rond.), in S. Africa, IX. 128; in 
Albania, VII. 138; in Balkans, 

VI. 163, 201, VIII. 87, 90, IX. 
20, 92 ; in Canary Islands, X. 
31; in Egypt, III. 10, VI. 239, 
VIII. 35; in Gibraltar, IX. 107; 
in France, VII. 99, IX. 107; 
in Italy, VII. 156; in Mesopo- 
tamia, VIII. Ill; in Palestine, 
VIII. 60, IX. 99; in Pyrenees. 

VIII. 76; in Tunis, VI. 106, 
X. 68; baciUi found in, IX. 
107 ; development of Plasmodium 
relictum in, VI. 229; attacking 
man, VI. 239; bionomics of, 

IX. 107 ; described as T. [Culex) 
anmilatavar. marocana, sp.n., from 
Morocco, IV. 85 ; breeding-places 
of, VIII. 35, 111, IX. 92, 99; 
larva of, VI. 106; anatomy'- of, 
IV. 74, VI. 208; svnonvmy of, 

X. 18. 

Theobaldia [Culex, Culicella) morsi- 
tans, Theo. [flavirostris, Mg.), in 
British Isles, VII. 190. IX. 5, 
118, X. 16, 86; in Denmark, 

VII. 171, IX. 82; in Finland, 
X. 165; in France, VII. 99; 
in Germany, II. 78. VII. 69, 

VIII. 27, 214, IX. 29, 68; in 
Palestine, IX. 99; in Sweden, 
X. 87 ; possibly transmitting 
malaria to birds, IX. 30, 68; 
breeding-places of, VII. 190, IX. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



99; hibernation of, VIII. 27; 

T. fumipennis erroneously re- 
corded as, VIII. 76. 

Theobaldia niveitaeniata, Theo., 
anatomy of, X. 231. 

Theobaldia siberiensis, Lndl., de- 
scribed as new from Siberia, 
VIII. 59 ; a synonym of T. 
alaskaensis, q.v. 

Theobaldia spathipalpis, Rond. (see 
T. longiareolata) . 

Theobaldia subochvea, Edw., IX. 
83 ; likely to occur in Sweden, 
X. 88. 

Theobaldia theobaldi, de Meij. (see 
T. fmmpcnnis) . 

Theobaldinella neniorosa (see Aedes 
comnimiis) . 

Theobaldiomyia gelidus (see Citlex). 

theotaenia, Stibasoma. 

Thereva plebeia, L., in houses in 
Britain, IV. 144. 

Therioplectes (see Tabanus). 

theta, Sarcophaga. 

thirouxi, Lyperosia. 

tholloni, Amblyofnma. 

tholozani, Ornithodorus. 

thorn soni, Aedes [Stegomvia). 

thoracinus, Tabanus. 

thorntoni, Aedes {F inlay a) ; An- 
opheles (see A . tessellatus) . 

Thriambeutes fuscus, Aust., de- 
scribed as new from Bechuana- 
land, VIII. 208. 

thriambus, Culex. 

Thyips cerealiiim (see Limoihrips). 

Thrombidium (see Trombidmm). 

Thyreophora anthvopophaga, R.-D., 
in dead bodies, IX. 121. 

Thyreophora cvnoccphala, Panz., in 
dead bodies," IX. 121. 

Thyreophora furcata, F., in dead 
bodies, IX. 121. 

Thyridanthrax abruptiis, Lw., para- 
site of Glossina in Nyasaland 
and Rhodesia, III. 142,' IV. 29, 
116, 118. 

Thysanognathus [Prionognathus) al- 
bopictus, I. & M., described as 
new from Gold Coast, X. 233; 
breeding in mango trees, X. 233. 

Thysanognathus ( Prionognathus) 

maculipennis, C, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new, IX. 76 ; in 
Gold Coast, IX. 76, X. 234. 

Thysanognathus [Prionognathus] 

maculithorax, C, I. & M., de- 
scribed as new, IX. 76; in Gold 
Coast, IX. 76, X. 234. 

Thysanognathus (Prionogn athus) 

marmoratus, C, I. &^M. /described 



as new, IX. 76 ; in Gold Coast, 

IX. 76, X. 234. 

Thysanognathus {Prionognathus) 

melanostictus, I. & M., described 
as new from Gold Coast, X. 233. 

Thysanognathus {Prionognath us) 

pseudomaculipennis, C, I. & M., 
described as new, IX. 76 ; in 
Gold Coast, IX. 76, X. 234. 

tiberiadis, Polypedilum ; Trichotany- 
pus. 

tibiale, Selasoma. 

tibialis, Psorophora ; Uranotaenia. 

tibiomaculatus , Anopheles (see A. 
eiseni) . 

tigrina, Coenosia. 

tigripes, Lutzia {Culex). 

tillyardi, Pelecorhynchus . 

tinctorium, D inotrombidiu m . 

Tinea pellionella, L., in U.S.A., 
VI. 210 ; in dead bodies, IX. 121. 

Tineola biselliella, Hummel, in Brit- 
ish Isles, IV. 179; in U.S.A., 
VI. 210; in dead bodies, IX. 121. 

Tipula, breeding in manure in 
British Isles, VII. 191. 

Tipula oleracea, L., II. 167. 

tipuUformis, Culex. 

Titanolabis {A nisolabis) colossea, 
Dohrn, attacking man in Aus- 
tralia, X. 168. 

titillans,Taeniorhync]ius {Mansonia) . 

titillator, Cephalopsis {Oestrus) . 

tlalzahuatl, Microthrombidium.. 

togoi, Aedes {Culiseta, Finlaya, Och- 
lerotatus) . 

tomentosa, Epicauta. 

tomentosus, Tabanus. 

tombsvaryi, Simulium (see 5. fits- 
cipes). 

tonglai, Tabanus. 

Toponiyia, notice of key to, X. 229. 

Toponiyia argyropalpis, Leic, possi- 
bly a synonym of Kingia gregoryi, 

X. 229. 

Toponiyia decorabilis, Leic, system- 
atic position of, X. 229. 

Toponiyia rubithoracis, Leic, T. 
trifida previously recorded as, 
X. 198. 

Toponiyia tenuis, Edw., described 
as new from Malaya, X. 198. 

Topomyia trifida, Edw., described 
as new froiu Borneo, X. 198. 

torqtians, Philornis {Mydaea). 

torquens, Haematopota. 

torresi, Tabanus. 

tortilis, Aedes. 

tosimus, Culex {Choeroporpa). 

tovari, Psorophora {J anthinosoma) . 

townsendi, Forcipomyia ; Philan- 
desia. 



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townsvillensis, Culicoides ; Pericoma. I 

Toxorhynchites (see Megarhinus) . 

trabeatuni, Simuliitni. 

Tracheomyia macropi, Frogg., in- I 
testing kangaroos in Australia, 
IV. 122, VIII. 74. : 

Trachynotus cadavericus, Megn., in 
dead bodies, IX. 121. 

traguli, Lipoptena. 

tranquilla, Pangonia. 

transcaspicuni, Simulium. 

Transculicia (see Culex). 

transvaalen s Is , Haematopota . 

transversalis, Holoconops. 

transverstis, Tabanus. 

transvittata, Siomoxys. 

treacheri, Anopheles (see A. aitkeni). 

tredeciniatuni , Simulium . 

tremula, Aedes {Macleaya). 

trepidus, Tabanus. 

treubi, Armigeres [Scutomyia). 

Triamyia, gen.n., VIII. 32. 

triangulata, Hodgesia (see H. quasi- 
sanguinea) . 

triangulum, Neotabaniis. 

Triatoma (Conorhinus), in Arabia, 
IV. 172 ; notice of key to Argen- 
tine species of, IX. 197 ; in 
Ecuador, VI. 192; new species 
of, in Venezuela, IX. 12; bite 
of, causing lymphangitis in Ni- 
geria, VIII. 217; transmitting 
Trypanosoma cruzi in S. America, 

I. 2, 124, 188, IX. 197; biology 
and classification of, X. 181 ; 
anatomy of, IX. 78. 

Triatoma brasiliensis, Neiva, in 
Brazil, I. 176, II. 107, 108, VI. 
91, 92; bionomics of, II. 107, 
VI. 92. 

Triatoma chagasi, Brumpt & Gomez, 
cannibalism in, III. 56. 

Triatoma dimidiata, Latr., var. 
maculipennis , Stal, transmitting 
Trypanosoma cruzi in San Salva- 
dor, III. 224. 

Triatoma geniciilata, Latr., asso- 
ciated with armadillo in Brazil, 

II. 108; infected with Trypano- 
soma cruzi, IV. 38. 

Triatoma infestans, Klug, not occurr- 
ing in Bahia, II. 108; trans- 
mitting Trypanosoma cruzi in 
S. America," I. 176, II. 87, 125, 
HI. 205, VI. 59, VIII. 26; 
bionomics of, I. 176, III. 56. 

Triatoma maculata, Erichs., in 
BrazU, II. 108, VI. 91. 

Triatoma {Conorhinus) megista, 
Burm., transmitting Trypano- 
soma cruzi in Brazil and Peru, 
I. 140, 188, II. 87, 107, 108, 



125, IV. 37, V. 191, VI. 91, 213, 
217, VII. 141, VIII. 16, 65, 97; 
bionomics of. III. 56; measures 
against, IX. 19. 

Triatoma protracta, Uhler, infested 
with Trypanosoma triatomae, IV. 
181. 

Triatoma [Conorhinus) rubrofasciata, 
DeG., in Assam, X. 231; in 
Brazil, II. 107; in India, IX. 
210; in Mauritius, IT. 108, III. 
56; in PhiUppines, VII. 194; 
attacking bed-bugs, I. 208, III. 
56 ; possible relation of, to 
leishmaniasis, I. 208, II. 108, 
IV. 102, 174, IX. 210; trans- 
mitting Trypanosoma boylei, II. 
108 ; experimentally infected 
with Trypanosoma cruzi, II. 108; 
transmitting trypanosomes to 
rats, I. 140, 178; chemistry 
of saliva of. III. 42. 

Triatoma rubrovaria, Blanchard, in 
Brazil, II. 108. 

Triatotna rufotuberculata, Champ., 
in Panama, III. 224. 

Triatoma [Conorliinus) rugulosa, 
Stal, in Costa Rica, III. 224; 
synonymy of, I. 176. 

Triatoma {Conorhinus) sangitisitga, 
Lee, in U.S.A., I. 107, 11. 137; 
attacking Lepidopterous larvae, 
III. 56. 

Triatoma sordida, Stal, transmitting 
Trypanosoma cyiizi in S. America, 
11. 87, 108, 125, IV. 37, VI. 91, 
VIII. 26; bionomics of. III. 56. 

Triatoma tenuis, Neiva, described 
as new from Brazil, II. 108. 

Triatoma venosa, Stal, in Costa 
Rica and Panama, III. 224. 

Triatoma vitticeps, Stal, in Brazil, 
11. 108, III. 223; transmitting 
Trypanosoma cruzi. III. 223. 

Tribolium castaneum, Hbst. {ferru- 
gineum, F.), on hides from India, 

HI. 143. 

tribulosa, Fahrenholzia. 

trichinopolis, Tabanus (see T. macer) . 

Trichocerca siberica, Edw., described 
as new from Siberia, VIII. 137. 

trichocerus, Demoplatus. 

Trichodectes, on dogs in British 
Isles, II. 132; measures against, 
on sheep in France, V. 122 ; 
Rickettsia in, IX. 148. 

Trichodectes bedfordi, Hill, described 
as new from Cephalophus monticola 
in S. Africa, X. 140. 

Trichodectes caffra, Bedford, de- 
scribed as new from Felis caffra 
in S. Africa, VIII. 9. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Tfichodectes canis, Retz., interme- 
diate host of Dipylidiuni caninum-, 

V. 13, VIII. 115.' 
Trichodecies caprae, Gurlt. {climax, 

Nitzsch), on goats in Guam, V. 
184; in Mozambique, III. 96; 
in Russia, X. 180; in U.S.A., 
III. 127, X. 170. 199; measures 
against, 'X. 170, 199. 

Tfichodectes climax, Nitzsch (see 
T. caprae). 

Trichodectes equi, Stephens (see T. 
parumpilosus) . 

Trichodectes genetta, Bedford, de- 
scribed as new from Genetta ludia 
in 8. Africa, VIII. 9. 

Trichodectes hermsi, Kellogg & 
Nakayama, described as new 
from goats in U.S.A., III. 127. 

Trichodectes latus, Nitzsch, on dingo 
in Australia, VII. 174; in Mo- 
zambique, III. 96; in U.S.A., 

VI. 44, 183; possibly inter- 
mediate host of Taenia, III. 4; 
on dogs. III. 4, 96, VI. 44, 183; 
measures against, VI. 89, 

Tricfiodectes limatus, Gerv., on goats 
in U.S.A., X. 199. 

Trichodectes lindfieldi. Hill, de- 
scribed as new from Procavia 
capensis in S. Africa, X. 140. 

Trichodectes ovis, L., on sheep in 
U.S.A., IX. 110. 

Trichodectes partimpilosus, Piaget 
{equi, Stephens), in Mozambique, 
III. 96; in U.S.A., III. 149, 
VI . 44, 169 ; on horses and mules, 
III. 96, 149, IV. 178, VI. 44, 
169, VI 11. 22; bionomics of, 
VI. 44; measures against, IV. 
178, VI. 45, 169. 

Trichodectes pilosus, Giebel, in Mo- 
zambique, III. 96; in U.S.A., 
VI. 44, 169; new Ricketisia 
in, IX. 148 ; on horses and mules, 
III. 96, VIII. 22, IX. 148; 
bionomics of, VI. 44; measures 
against, VI. 45, 169. 

Trichodectes pubescens, Raill. (see 
T. vestitiis). 

Trichodectes qiiadraticeps, Chapm., 
infesting foxes, IX. 96. 

Trichodectes scalaris, Nitzsch, in 
British Isles, V. 163 ; in Mozam- 
bique, III. 96; in U.S.A., III. 
149, V. 168, VI. 89, 153, VIII. 
10, X. 122; on cattle, III. 96, 
149, V. 163, 168, VIII. 10; 
measures against, VI. 89, X. 122. 
Trichodectes serraticus. Hill, de- 
scribed as new from Procavia 
capensis in S. Africa, X. 140. 



Trichodectes sphaerocephalits, Nitzsch, 
on sheep in Australia, II. 129, 
130, III. 17, IV. Ill, V. 118, 

VII. 60; in Ireland, V. 163; 
in Mozambique, III. 96; in 
U.S.A., X. 199; legislation 
against, II. 129, III. 17; mea- 
sures against. III. 17, VII. 60. 

Trichodectes siibrostratus , Nitzsch, 
in Mozambique, III. 96; on 
cats and dogs. III. 4, 96. 

Trichodectes iubercttlatus (see Hae- 
matopinus) . 

Trichodectes vestitus, Raill. {pubes- 
cens, Raill.), on horses and mules 
in Mozambique, III. 96. 

Trichodectes vulpis, Denny, infesting 
foxes, IX. 96. 

Trichophaga tapetzella, L., infesting 
stored hides, IV. 179. 

Trichopria elongata, Thoms., para- 
site of flies in Britain, VIII. 22. 

Trichoprosopon compressus, Lutz, 
in Brazil, VI. 91. 

Trichoprosopon {Ciilex, Johlolia) digi- 
tatus, Rond., in French Guiana, 
VI. 160; in Trinidad, II. 25, 
X. 31; in Venezuela, X. 62; 
bionomics of, X. 131 ; T. ivilsoni 
possibly identical with, VI. 190. 

Trichoprosopon lunatus, Theo., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Trichoprosopon nivipes, Theo., in 
Trinidad, V. 60 ; T. wilsoni 
allied to, VI. 189. 

Trichoprosopon shropshirei, Ludl., 
described as new from Panama, 

VIII. 95. 

Trichoprosopon wilsoni, Ludl., de- 
scribed as new from Panama 
Canal Zone, VI. 189. 

trichopus, Lesiicocampa. 

Trichorhynchtis fusciis, Theo. (see 
Culex fragilis). 

Trichotanypus tiberiadis, Kieff., 
described as new from Palestine, 
III. 51. 

Trichothrips, attacking man in Trini- 
dad, IX. 175. 

trichurus, Aedes. 

tricuspis, Rhipicephahts. 

Tricyclea, in Tangier, VII. 122. 

trifascia, Tabaniis. 

trifida, Topomyia. 

trifidus, Culex {Helcoporpa). 

trifilatus, Ctilex. 

trigonocephala, Rogenhofera. 

trigonocephalum , Menopon (see M. 
pallidum) . 

Trigonometopus albifrons, Knab, de- 
scribed as new from Nicaragua 
and Guatemala, II. 187. 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



213 



Trigonometopus angustipennis, 

Knab, described as new from 
West Indies, II. 187. 

Trigonometopus vittatits, L., in 
U.S.A., II. 187. 

trigonosticlius, Tabanus. 

trigonum, Euthrombidium. 

trigonus, Tabanus. 

triguttatum, Aniblyomnia. 

trijunctus, Tabanus. 

irilinealis, Tabanus. 

trilineatus, Tabanus {Neotabanus). 

Trilocha [Ocinara) lewinae. Lewin, 
causing dermatitis in Australia, 
X. 168. 

trimaculaium, Aponomma ; Hippo- 
centrum. 

trinervis, Trupheoneura. 

trinidadensis , Megarhinus ; Phlebo- 
tomus ; Phoniomyia. 

Trinoton conspurcaium, Nitzsch, on 
geese, IV. 13. 

Trinoton lituratum, Nitzsch, mea- 
sures against, on geese in U.S.A., 
II. 44. 

Trinoton Indium, Nitzsch, measures 
against, on ducks in U.S.A., II. 
44. 

Trinoton luridum, Nitzsch, on ducks, 
IV. 13. 

tripartita, Dyarina. 

tripectinata , Hystrichopsylla . 

Triphleps insidiosus, Say, attacking 
man in U.S.A., IV. 107. 

triquetrornatus , Tabanus. 

triseriatus, Aedes [Ochlerotatus). 

trisetosus, Proctophyllodes . 

trisignatus, CuUcoides. 

trispihis, Tabanus. 

tristis, Chrysops ; Stibasoma. 

tristrigatum , Simulium. 

tritaeniorhynchus , Culex. 

tritici, Euxoa {Agrotis) ; Harmolita 
{Isosoma) . 

trivittatum, Simulium. 

trivittatus, Aedes {Ochlerotatus); 
Leptocoris ; Tabanus. 

Trixa, Aulacephala allied to, V. 49. 

troglodytes , Phlebotonnis. 

troglodytus, Deinocerites. 

Trombicula, in Java, VII. 182; 
notice of key to species of, IX. 79. 

Trombicula akamushi (see Trombi- 
dium) . 

Trombicula cinnabaris, Ewing, de- 
scribed as new from U.S.A., 
IX. 79 ; predacious on other 
Arthropods, IX. 79. 

Trombicula coarctata, Berl., Trom- 
bidium akamushi allied to, VII. 
87 ; compared with T. splendens, 
IX. 79. 



Trombicula corvi, Hatori, described 
as new from Corvus macrorhyn- 
chus in Formosa, X. 41. 

Trombicula gallinarum, Hatori, de- 
scribed as new from birds in 
Formosa, X. 41. 

Trombicula intermedia, Nagayo, re- 
lation of, to tsutsugamushi 
disease, X. 107. 

Trombicula mediocris (see Trom,- 



Trombicula minor, Berl., Trom- 
bidium mediocris probably adult 
form of, IX. 79. 

Trombicula pallida, Nagayo, relation 
of, to tsutsugamushi disease, X. 
107. 

Trombicula palpalis, Nagayo, rela- 
tion of, to tsutsugamushi disease, 
X. 107. 

Trombicula pseudoakamushi (see 
Trombidium) . 

Trombicula sctitellaris , Nagayo, rela- 
tion of, to tsutsugamushi disease, 
X. 107. 

Trombicula similis (see Leptus). 

Trombicula splendens, Ew., com- 
pared with T. coarctata, IX. 79. 

Trombiditmi, distribution of, in N. 
America, 111. 135; in Assam, 
X. 232; in Costa Rica, X. 31; 
attacking man in British Gviiana, 
VII. 179; in Philippines, VII. 
194 ; infesting man in Japan, 

IX. 95 ; and fever in Sumatra, 

III. 101, IV. 52; possibly carry- 
ing toxoplasmosis in Tunis, VI. 
28; on fowls in U.S.A., VI. 142; 
infesting house-flies. III. 174 ; 
on turkeys, IV. 13 ; repellents 
for, X. 31 ; destroyed by sheep 
and cattle, II. 72; Leptus au- 
tumnalis not a species of, VII. 87. 

Trombidium [Leptus, Microthrombi- 
dium, Trombicula) akamushi, 
Brumpt, transmitting tsutsuga- 
mushi disease in Japan and 
Formosa, III. 138, IV. 68, V. 
160, VI. 21, 50, 147, 187, VII. 44, 
140, 182, 194, VIII. 37, IX. 65, 

X. 41, 107. 

Trombidium holosericeum, L., in 
British Isles, VI. 81; on fowls 
in U.S.A., IV. 53; on dogs and 
cats. III. 5; measures against, 

IV. 53. 

Trombidium locustarmn, Walsh (see 
Euthrombidium trigonum) . 

Trombidium {Trombicula) mediocris, 
Berl., in Formosa, VII. 182; 
probably adult stage of Trom- 
bictila minor, IX. 79; T. pseudo- 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



akamushi allied to, VIII. 37, 
X. 41. 

Trombidium muscarum, Riley, in- 
festing Stomoxys calcitrans in 
France, X. 30 ; infesting Miisca 
domestica in U.S.A., VI. 148. 

Trombidium [Trombictila] pseudo- 
akamushi, Hatori, described as 
new, VIII. 37; in Formosa, 
VIII. 37, X. 41. 

Trombidium striaticeps, Oud., at- 
tacking man and animals in 
Europe, IV. 68, VI. 147; infest- 
ing Stomoxys calcitrans in U.S.A., 

VIII. 35. 
irompe, Cephenomyia. 
tropicus, Ceratopogon ; Tabanus. 
truncatus, Denny us. 
Triipheoneura (see Phora). 
tryoni, Sarcophaga. 
trypherus, Silvius; Tabanus. 
tuberculatum, A mblyomma. 
tuberculatus, Haematopinus [Tricho- 

dectes) . 
iuberivora, Helomyza (see H. gigan- 

tea) . 
tuberosa, Sarcophaga. 
tuberosum, Sinmlium. 
tiicumana, Esenbeckra. 
Tunga caecigena, J. & R., described 

as new from sewer rats in China, 

IX. 61. 

Tunga {Dermafophilus, Pulex, Sarco- 
psylla) penetrans, L., distribution 
of, IV. 5, IX. 155; in Tropical 
Africa, III. 145, 227, V. 35, VII. 
30, VIII. 139, IX. 93; in Argen- 
tina, VII. 181; in Brazil, VI. 
92, VIII. 52; in Costa Rica, 
V. 63; in Br. Guiana, V. 5; 
possibly causing pseudomyiasis 
in Madagascar, VII. 28; in 
Seychelles, III. 190; believed 
to carry leprosy. III. 103; bio- 
nomics of, V. 63; hosts of. III. 
4, IV. 58, V. 35, VI. 92, VII. 181, 
VIII. 52, X. 161; measures 
against. III. 227, V. 63, VIII. 
39, IX. 61, X. 161; correct 
generic name for, IX. 61. 

tunisiensis, Tabanus. 

turbidus, Tabanus. 

turicata, Ornithodorus. 

turkhudi, Anopheles (Myzomyia). 

turneri, Stizus. 

Tychomyza fusca, Macq., breeding- 
places of, in France, X. 30. 

Tydeus molestus, Moniez, causing 
disease in dogs and cats in 
Belgium, III. 4. 

Typhlopsylla assimilis, Taschb., on 
Pitymys savii in Italy, Vlll. 201 ; 



infected with Trypanosoma rabin- 

owitschi, I. 123. 
typhlosomata, Uranotaenia. 
Tyreophora (see Thyreophora). 
Tyria jacobeae, L., Nosema apis 

pathogenic to larvae of, II. 45. 
Tvroglyphus, an accidental parasite 

of horses, VII. 52; in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
Tyroglypkus agilis, Can., found in 

copra, VIII. 150. 
Tvroglyphus {Aleurobius) farinae, 

DeG., in British Isles, VIII. 201, 

IX. 10 ; infesting urinary tract 

in man, IX. 70 ; in fodder, 

injurious to domestic animals, 

VIII. 134; infesting horses and 
rodents, VII. 183, VIII. 201, 

IX. 10; effect of hydrocyanic 
acid gas on, IX. 191. 

Tyroglyphus longior, Gerv., in 
France, IX. 11; infesting man 
in New Zealand, X. 45 ; infesting 
horses, VIII. 126, IX. 11. 

Tyroglyphus longior var. castellauii, 
Hirst, causing copra itch, IV. 46. 

Tyroglyphus siro, L., infesting house- 
flies in Britain, IV. 146 ; infesting 
horses in France, IX. 11 ; attack- 
ing man in Kamerun, VII. 29. 

u. 

ugandae, Haematopota. 
Ulidea aenea, Wied., bionomics of. 
in India, VI. 63, 64. 

uliginosa, Mydaea. 

ulrichi, Cephenomyia. 

ultimus, Chrysops. 

ululans, Ectomocoris. 

umbratus, Tabanus. 

umbrosus, Anopheles {Myzorhyn- 

chus) . 
uncinata, Harrisonia. 
uncinatus, Microphthirus [Ender- 

leinellus). 
undecimpunctatus, Culicoides. 
undosus, Sabethinus {Sabethoides) . 
undulatus, Dermestes. 
unguiculata, Uranotaenia. 
unicavatus, Ixodes, 
unicinctus, Aedes (Finlaya). 
unicolor, Cryptotylus ; Culex ; 

Lucilia (see L. caesar). 
uniformis, Aedes {Sktisea) ; Tn- 

gramia (Alimomyia) ; Taeniorhyn- 

chus {Mansonia, Mansonioides) ; 

Tabanus . 
unilineatus, Aedes {Stegomyia). 
unimaculatus , Culicoides (see C. 

stigma). 



INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



215 



Tayl., in 

Wlk., in 

[propria, 
IV. 60. 

at 



univittatus, Culex. 
unizonata, Haematopota. 
Uranotaenia, in Australia, II. 93, 
IV. 183, VI. 227; in Florida, 

II. 78; habits of larva of, VII. 
106 ; notice of key to, X. 229. 

Uranotaenia albescens, Tayl., in 

Queensland, IV. 60. 
Uranotaenia alboabdominalis, Theo., 

breeding-places of, in W. Africa, 

IV. 112. 

Uranotaenia albofasciata, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new from Australia, X. 
109 ; a synonym of U . nivipes, q.v. 

Uranotaenia anhydor, Dyar, breed- 
ing-places of, in California, IV. 
159. 

Uranotaenia annulata, Theo., in 
W. Africa, IV. 66, 112, 150, 

V. 39, VI. 225, VIII. 217, IX. 42 ; 
breeding-places of, IV. 112, IX. 
42. 

Uranotaenia antennalis, 

Queensland, VII. 139. 
Uranotaenia argvrop us , 

New Zealand, "iX. 75. 
Uranotaenia atra, Theo 

Theo.), in Queensland, 
Uranotaenia halfouri, Theo., 

Accra, V. 3. 
Uranotaenia bicolor, Leic, U. fusca 

a synonym of, X. 229. 
Uranotaenia hilineata, Theo., var. 

fraseri, Edw., in Nigeria, IV. 

66, IX. 42 ; breeding-places of, 

IX. 42. 

Uranotaenia bimaculata, Leic, not 
synonymous with U. mashonaen- 
sis, X. 229. 

Uranotaenia hrevirostris, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, 

III. 115. 

Uranotaenia calosomata, D. & K., 
var. albitarsis, Gordon & Evans, 
described as new from Brazil, 

X. 234 ; breeding-places of, X. 
234. 

Uranotaenia campestris, Leic, in 
Malay States, II. 202. 

Uranotaenia coeruleocephala, Theo., 
in Nigeria, VII. 169. 

Uranotaenia connali, Edw., at 
Accra, V. 3. 

Uranotaenia fusca, Leic. (see U. 
bicolor) . 

Uranotaenia geometrica, Theo., rare 
in Brazil, IV. 37 ; in Br. Guiana, 
IX. 2, X. 33, 217; in Panama 
Canal Zone, IX. 108 ; in Trinidad, 
V. 60 ; breeding-places of, IX. 2. 

Uranotaenia hilli, Tayl. (see Aedes 
longirostris) , 



Uranotaenia hystera, D. & K., 
described as new from Venezuela, 

I. 164. 

Uranotaenia lowi, Theo., in Panama 
Canal Zone, IX. 108 ; breeding 
in tree holes in Surinam, IX. 88; 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Uranotaenia macfarlanei, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, III. 10; in Hong 
Kong, III. 10, 141. 

Uranotaenia mashonaensis, Theo., 
at Accra, V. 3 ; in E. Africa, VIII. 
164 ; U . bimaculata not synony- 
mous with, X. 229. 

Uranotaenia mayeri, Edw., at Accra, 
V. 3. 

Uranotaenia moiiltoni, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, 
III. 10. 

Uranotaenia iiciycti , Edw., described 
as new, VIII. 208 ; in Madagas- 
car, VIII. 208, IX. 68. 

Uranotaenia nigerrima, Tayl., de- 
scribed as new, II. 135 ; in Papua, 

II. 135, HI. 154. 
Uranotaenia iiigripes, Theo., in 

Sierra Leone, IV. 45. 

Uranotaenia [Anisocheleomyia) ni- 
vipes, Theo., in Australia, IV. 60, 
X. 109 ; described as U. albo- 
fasciata, sp.n., X. 109. 

Uranotaenia nivipous, Theo., de- 
scribed as new from Transvaal, 
I. 140. 

Uranotaenia obscura, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Borneo, III. 
115. 

Uranotaenia ornata, Theo., breeding- 
places of, in Sierra Leone, IV. 
161, 163. 

Uranotaenia orthodox a, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Costa Rica, 
IX. 206. 

Uranotaenia propria, Theo. (see 
U. atra). 

Uranotaenia pulcherrima, Lynch, 
in Argentina, IX. 207 ; in Brazil, 
IV. 37. 

Uranotaenia recondita, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from India, X. 
153. 

Uranotaenia roper i, Edw., described 
as new from Borneo, X. 198 ; 
possibly a synonym of U. sub- 
normalis, X. 229. 

Uranotaenia [Pseudoiiranotaenia) 
rowlandi, Theo., in Trinidad, V. 
60. 

Uranotaenia rutherfordi, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from Ceylon, X. 
198. 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



Uranotaenia sapphivinas, O.S., 
breeding-places of, in S. Carolina, 
V. 102. 

Uranotaenia subnormalis, Mart., U. 
roperi possibly a synonym of, 
X. 229. 

Uranotaenia tibialis, Tayl., in 
Queensland, VII. 139. 

Uranotaenia typhlosomata, D. & K., 
in Panama Canal Zone, IX. 108 ; 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Uranotaenia iinguiculata, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, II. 100; in 
Balkans, VI. 163, 201, VII. 29, 
VIII. 88. IX. 20, 92; in Egypt, 

VIII. 35; in Palestine, II. 100, 

IX. 99; in Tunisia, X. 68; 
breeding-places of, VI. 201, VIII. 
35, IX. 92, 99; hibernation of 
larva of, VII. 29; larva of, 

X. 68. 
urbana, Mydaea. 

urichi, Culex [Carrollia, Melano- 

conion) ; Eupelmus. 
urius, Haematopiniis (see H. suis). 
Uropoda nummularia, L., in dead 

bodies, IX. 121. 
usquatissinms, Culex. 
usquatus, Culex. 
ustulata, Helomyza. 
ustus, Tabanus. 
utae, Forciponiyia. 
utahensis, Ceratophyllus (see C 



uzeli, Gynaikothrips. 



V. 

vaginalis, Lonchaea. 

vagus, Anopheles [Myzomyia). 

validuni, Linmerium. 

validus, Leptinillus ; Tabanus. 

valisti, Pheidolc. 

valterii, Tabanus. 

vandema, Aedes {Cnlicada, Ochlero- 

tatus) . 
vandenbrandeni, Haematopota. 
vandersandei, Schongastia. 
vanus. Anopheles hyrcanus. 
vapulans, Culex [Choeroporpa) . 
varia, Dichelacera. 
variabilis, Dermacentor ; Lipenrus 

(see L. caponis) ; Tabanus. 
variatus, Tabanus taeniola. 
variegata, Bembidula; Phaonia. 
variegatum, Amblyomma ; Sitnuliiim. 
variegatus, Aedes (Stegomyia) ; 

Tenthredo. 
varinervis, Psorophora [Grabhainia). 
variolosus, Oestrus. 



varipalpus, Aedes. 
varipennis, Culicoides. 
varipes, Chrysomyia {Calliphova, 
Microcalliphora, Pycnosoma) ; 
Stomoxys. 
varium, Amblyomma. 
varius, Goetgh., Culicoides (see C. 

obsoletus) . 
varius, Winn., Culicoides. 
vassilievi. Anopheles superpictus. 
vaxus, Culex {Choeroporpa). 
velox, Lasiohelea. 
velutinus, Mochlonyx {Corethra) (see 

M. cidiciformis) . 
venatoria, Heteropoda. 
venefica, Simulium {see .S .variegatum) . 
venezuelae. Anopheles {Arribalzagia). 
venosa, Triatoma. 
ventralis, Armigeres (see A. obtur- 

bans) . 
ventricosus, Haemodipsus ; Pedicu- 

loides. 
ventrilloni, Culex. 
ventrosa, Musca. 
ventrovittis, Aedes. 
venustipes, Aedomyia. 
venustum, Simulium. 
venustus, Dermacentor ; Harpactor 

{Rhinocoris) . 
vepallidus, Iphidulus. 
Verallina insolita, Coq., in Trinidad, 

V. 60. 
Verallina laternaria, Coq., in Trini- 
dad, V. 60. 
Vermipsylla hyaenae, Kol., on Hy- 
aena vulgaris in Caucasia, IV. 151. 
verrucarum, Phleboto^nus. 
versatilis, Pyrellia. 
versicolor, Eukraiohelea ; Hippocen- 

trum ; Taeniorhynchus. 
vesicatoria, Lytta {Cantharis). 
Vespa germanica, F., predacious 
on house-flies in Germany, X. 195. 
Vespa orientalis, F., carrying coli- 
form bacilli in Mesopotamia, IX. 
127. 
vespertilionis. Argas ; Ixodes {Escha- 

tocephalus) . 
vespiformis, Tabanus. 
vestimenti, Pediculus (see P. 

humanus) . 
vestita, Cantharis. 
vestitipennis. Anopheles; Atricho- 

pogon. 
vestitus, Trichodectes. 
veterinus, Gastrophilus (see G. na- 

salis) . 
veterna, Glossina. 
vetustissma, Musca {Eumusca) (see 

M. pumila). 
vetustiis, Tabanus. 
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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



217 



Eccnlex, Ochlerotatiis) ; Ceratopo- 
gon {Forcipoit'iyia) ; Microconops ; 
Spaniopsis. 
vexator, Phlebotomus. 
viaticus, Achorutes. 
vicaria, Miisca (see M. domestica). 
vicarius, Ctenophthalmus. 
vicina, Erephopsis ; Rachionotomyia. 
vicinus, Culex [Leuconiyia). 
victoria, Ornithomusca. 
victoriae, Simulium. 
victoriensis, Aedes [Ciilicada, Och- 
lerotatiis) (see A . camptorhynchus) ; 
Ectenopsis ; Ixodes, 
vigil, Wohlfahrtia. 

vigilax, Aedes [Culicelsa, Ochlerota- 
tiis). 
Villa llovdi, Aust., described as 
new, II. 96; a parasite of 
Glossina niorsitans in Rhodesia, 
II. 96, III. 142, IV. 118, VIII. 
207. 
villeneuvei, Chrysomyia ; Musca. 
villosa, Pollenia [Calliphora, Neo- 

pollenia) (see P. stygia). 
villosipes, Culicoides. 
villosus, Cacodmtts. 
vinnipegensis, Aedes (see A. hiy- 

s liter on), 
violacea, Diatominetira ; Sepsis, 
violaceiim, Simulium alcocki. 
violaceus, Canthon ; Taeniorhynchus 

(see T. melallicus). 
virgatipes, Culex. 
virgatus, Tabanus. 
virginensis, Aedes tortilis. 
vivgo, Odontomyia ; Tabanus. 
virgulatus, Tabanus. 
virgultiis, Culex. 
viridescens, Calliphora. 
viridiceps, Anastatus ; Lticilia 

{P seudorthellia) . 
viridis, Orasema. 
vishnui, Culex. 
vitreipennis, Culicoides. 
vitripennis, Diachlortts ; Musca 

(Plaxemyia) . 
vittata, Chrysops ; Haematopota. 
vittatum, Simulium,. 
vittatus, Aedes [Stegomyia) ; Apho- 

dius ; Trigonometopus . 
vitticeps, Triatoma. 
vittiger, Aedes {Culex, Ciilicada, 

Ochlerotatus) . 
vituli, Linognathus [Haeinatopinus). 
vivipara, Musca corvina (see M. 

larvipara) . 
Viviparomusca fergiisoni, J. & B. 

(see Musca convexifrons). 
Volucella obesa, F., I. 36 ; erroneous- 
ly supposed to cause myiasis 
in Brazil, III. 194. 



vomitoria, Calliphora [Musca). 

vorax, Lutzia ; Sitnulium. 

Voria rurali?, Fall., in houses in 

Britain, IV. 144. 
vulgaris, Phryxe ; Piophila (see 

P. affinis). 
vulpecula, Ectenopsis. 
vulpes, Chaetopsylla ; Pelecorhyn- 

chus. 
vulpis, Sarcoptes scabiei; Tricho- 

dectes. 
vulturis, Pse udolfersia. 



w. 

w-alba, Aedes [Stegomyia). 

wagneri, Ceratophyllus. 

wahlgreni, Culex (see Aedes genicu- 

latus) . 
walkeri. Anopheles; Ceratophyllus ; 

Phlebotomus. 
watasei, Aedes [F inlay a), 
water housei, Aedes (see A. 

maculatus) . 
waterstoni, Polyplax. 
watsoni, Anopheles, 
watti, Culex. 
wellcomei. Anopheles, 
wellingtonianus , A nophcles. 
wellmani, Aedes [Ochlerotatus) ; Chry- 
sops ; Glossina palpalis. 
weniworthi, Tabanus. 
wetmorei, Stenoponia. 
whitmorei, Aedes. 
wichmanni, Microthrombidiutn. 
Wilhelmia (see Simulium). 
wiihelmianum, Simulium. 
willcocksi, Grabh.amia (see Aedes 

caspius). 
willistoni, Stibasoma. 
willniori, Anopheles [Neocellia, Nys- 

sorhynchus) . 
ivilsoni, Aedes [Culicada) ; Tricho- 

prosopon. 
winnertzi, Airichopogon. 
Winthetnia quadripustulata, F., 

found in nest of Bembex spinolae, 

V. 74. 
wohlfahrti, Sarcophaga (see Wohl- 
fahrtia magnifica) . 
Wohlfahrtia, causing myiasis in 

India, IX. 180. 
Wohlfahrtia balassogloi, Portsch., 

distribution of, in Russia and 

Central Asia, I. 151, IA^ 89; 

parasitic oh locust eggs, I. 151. 
Wohlfahrtia intermedia, Portsch., 

distribution of, in Russia, IV. 89. 
Wohlfahrtia [Sarcophaga) magnifica, 

Schin., in Central Asia, IX. 7 ; 



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INDEX OF ARTHROPODS. 



in Egypt, VT. 30, 239 ; in Europe, 
IX. 7; in Russia, I. 151, HI. 
29, 159, IV. 88 ; infesting animals, 
I. 151, III. 4, 29, 159, IV. 2; 

infesting man, I. 175, III. 29, 
31, VI. 30, 239, IX. 7, X. 227; 
bionomncs of, IV. 88 ; svnonymv 
of, III. 31. 

Wohlfahrtia meigeni, Schin., dis- 
tribution of, in Europe, IV. 80 ; 
in Mesopotamia, IX. 15. 

Wohlfahrtia tetripunctata, Duf., dis- 
tribution of, in Europe and Cen- 
tral Asia, IV. 89. 

Wohlfahrtia vigil, Wlk., infesting 
man in Canada, IX. 1, X. 227 ; 
larva of, IX. 117. 

wolcotti, Olfersia. 

woodi, Acarapis {Taysoneniiis); Aedes 
{Stegoinyia) ; Chrysops. 

Worcesteria grata, Banks (see Toxo- 
rhynchites regiits) . 

Wyeomyia, in Oriental Region, X. 
229 ; percentage of, in Panama 
Canal Zone, VII. 127; in Trini- 
dad, II. 25; in U.S.A., II. 78. 

Wyeomyia abascanta, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia albosquamata, B.-W. & 
B., described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 32; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 32. 

Wyeomyia aphobema, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new, VII. 22; breed- 
ing-places of, in Dutch Guiana, 
VII. 22, VIII. 32. 

Wyeom,yia antocratica, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia hodkini, Edw., described 
as new from Br. Guiana, X. 153. 

Wyeomvia cava, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia drapetes, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia fallax, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, \'III. 32; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 32. 

Wyeomyia fauna, D. & K., described 
as new from Panama Canal 
Zone, VII. 105. 

Wyeomyia fiavifacies, Edw., de- 
scribed as new from British 
Guiana, X. 153. 

Wyeomyia [Plioniomvia] fuscipes, 
Edw., described as new from 
Paraguay, X. 153. 

Wyeomyia grenadensis, Edw., de- 
scribed as new, IV. 64 ; in 
Grenada, IV. 64, V. 53; breed- 
ing-places of, V. 53. 



Wyeom,yia melanocephala, D. Sc K., 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia melanoptis, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Panama, 
VIII. 32; breeding-places of, 
VIII. 32. 

Wyeomyia modalma, Dyar, described 
as new from Panama, X. 132. 

Wyeomyia {Dodecamyia) mus, Dyar, 
described as new from Philip- 
pines, IX. 51; bred from Ne- 
penthes, IX. 51. 

Wyeomyia negrensis, Gordon & 
Evans, described as new from 
Brazil, X. 234 ; breeding in wild 
bananas, X. 234. 

Wyeomyia occulta, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 32; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 32. 

Wyeomyia ochrura, D. & K., in 
Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia {Phoniomyia) pallidiven- 
ter, Theo., in Brazil, VI. 90. 

Wyeomyia pertinans , Will., breeding- 
places of, in Grenada, V. 53. 

Wyeomyia prolepidis, D. & K., 
described as new from Panama 
Canal Zone, VII. 105. 

Wyeomyia pseudopecten, D. & K., 
in Trinidad, V. 60. 

Wyeomyia roloncetta, Dyar, de- 
scribed as new from Panama, 
VIII. 32; breeding-places of, 
VIII. 32. 

Wveomvia smithi, Coq., in U.S.A., 
I. 22, 119, V. 161, X. 204; 
breeding-places of, X. 204; re- 
action of, to light, I. 22. 

Wyeomyia splendida, B.-W. & B., 
described as new from Dutch 
Guiana, VIII. 32; breeding- 
places of, VIII. 32. 

Wyeomvia [Shropshirea) ypsipola, 
Dyar, described as new from 
Panama, X.132; breeding-places 
of, X. 132. 

ivynyarden s is , Tabanus. 



X. 

Xanthagrion erythroneiirnm, Selv.= 
predacious on mosquitos in Aus 
tralia, V. 94. 

xanth ina, A ph iochaeta . 
xanthoaspidium, A trichopogon . 
xanthoceras, CuUcoides. 
xanthogaster, CuUcoides. 
xanthophora, Sarcophaga. 
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xantJiopogon, Erephopsis. 
xanihosioma, Procliyliza . 
Xenopsylla, on rats in India, II. 95 ; 

thick-tailed form of Leishmania 

not produced in, IV. 174. 
Xenopsylla aequisetosa, End., in 

Gold Coast, IV. 81, V. 48, X. 226 ; 

relation of, to plague, X. 226; 

on rats, IV. 81, V. 48. 
Xenopsylla astia, Roths., on rats 

in Cevlon, II. 38, V. 150; in 

India.'ll. 38, 96, IV. 75, IX. 125, 

210-212, X. 226; relation of, to 

plague, IX. 212, X. 226. 
Xenopsvlla brasiliensis, Baker, in 

E. Africa, X. 11; in W. Africa, 

IV. 150; in India, II. 96, IV. 75, 
IX. 125, 210-212. 

Xenopsylla {Loemopsylla) cheopis, 
Roths., in E. Africa, X. 11; 
in S. Africa, III. 134; in W. 
Africa, IV. 66, 150, V. 48, X. 52, 
96, 226; in Annam, V. 51; in 
Australia, III. 206, IV. 182, 

V. 41, VI. 62, Vll. 81, 187, X. 
144; in British Isles, V. 179, 

IX. 202; in Cambodia, 111. 97; 
in Ceylon, V. 150 ; in Ecuador, 

VI. 192; in Egypt, III. 44; 
in Formosa, 111. 100; in Br. 
Guiana, VII. 129; in India, II. 
38, 96, IV. 75, IX. 210-212, 

X. 226; in Dutch E. Indies, 

I. 87. 90, III. 34, 205, IV. 128, 
^ . 65, VI. 36, 53, 54, IX. 174, 
X. 44, 52, 96, 226; in Malava, 

II. 189; in Malta, VI. 43, 190; 
in Panama Canal Zone, V. 140; 
in Philippines, III. 103, VII. 194; 
in Samoa, II. 83; in Turkey, 
IX. 7; in U.S.A., I. 186, VI. 
210, VIll. 158, X. 44; in West 
Indies, I. 7, II. 13, 175; in 
Zanzibar, III. 50; intermediate 
host of Hymenolepis, V. 14, 
VIII. 85; Nematode larvae in, 

I. 165; and plague, I. 87, 

II. 60, 93, 115, III. 34, 100, 
205, 206, 209, IV. 4, V. 51, 
VI. 220, vn. 155, Vlll. 3, IX. 



125, 212. X. 44, 52, 96, 226; 

transmitting Trypanosoma leivisiy 
I. 131 ; on man, I. 90 ; bionomics 
of, I. 88; larva of, II. 131; 
measures against, II. 62, VIII. 
158, IX. 174; effect of temper- 
ature on. III. 9, 34, V. 151,. 
VI. 193. 

Xenopsylla chephrenis, R. & J., 
on Acomvs cahirimis in Egypt, 
III. 44. 

Xenopsylla cleopatrae, Roths., on 
Gerbilbts pyramidum in Egypt, 
III. 44. 

Xenopsylla nitbica, Roths., hosts 
of, in S. Africa, III. 134. 

Xestopsylla gallinacea (see Echidno- 
phaga) . 

xivylis, Ciilex [Choeroporpa) . 



Y. 

ybarmis, Ciilex {Choeroporpa). 
yerburyi, Aedes ; Simulium. 
yezoensis, Corizoneura. 
ypsipola, Wyeomyia {Shropshirea) 



Zaitha, predacious on mosquito 
larvae in Brazil, IX. 202. 

zammitti, Aedes {Ochlerotatiis) . 
zebrae, Gastrophilus pecorum (see 

G. pecorum). 
zeta, Sarcophaga. 
zeteci, Culex [Melanoconion). 
Zeugnomyia, in Oriental Region, 

X. 229. 
ziemanni, Glossina. 
zonalis, Tabanus. 
zonata, Pangonia. 
zonatus, Camponoius landoUi ; Daciis 

[Chaetodacus). 
zoosopJncs, Aedes. 

Zygosis heleropterus, Hartig, para- 
"site of Hies, II. 134. 



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