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But. Ent. & P. Q. Issued November 1939

United States Department of Agriculture
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


LIST OF INTERCEPTED PLANT PESTS, 1938

(List of Pests Recorded During the Period July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
Inclusive, as Intercepted in, on, or with Plants and Plant Products Entering
United States Territory.)
INTRODUCTION

This paper covers the twenty-fifth year for which pest interception lists have
been issued. The periods of time covered by the early mimeographed lists were
variable. The first printed lists were issued quarterly beginning in 1915. A
large part of the interceptions recorded in the early lists were made by State
inspectors. After quarantine No. 37 became effective and most of the nursery
stock inspection work was done by Federal inspectors, with a consequent increase
in the proportion of interceptions by them, publication of the list was put on an
annual basis. The first of the annual lists, however, covered 15 months, October
1, 1919, to December 31, 1920. Interceptions for the calendar years 1924 and
1925 were issued in one list, and the list was put on a fiscal-year basis again when
interceptions for January 1, 1930, to June 30, 1931, were published in one list.
From the beginning interceptions have been made on a wide variety of hosts
from all parts of the world. The number of interceptions made increased from
less than 1,500 a year to more than 80,000 a year, even though many records
formerly included were omitted from the later lists. During recent years it has
been necessary to reduce drastically the recording of interceptions and to make
brief summaries only for a large part of those recorded. It is believed that the
records as a whole give a reasonably accurate idea of the pest status of the plant
material inspected.
In the method of selecting and presenting data the present list is similar to the
preceding one, but the total number of interceptions has been markedly reduced
by eliminating many items formerly recorded, particularly at the port of New
York. Information on which the list is based is on file in the Washington office.
The bulk of this information is in the form of routine reports from regular em-
ployees and from State and customs officials who are collaborators of the Bureau.
While the States of California and Florida and the Territory of Hawaii have
staffs of specialists to make their determinations, most of the insects intercepted
elsewhere are determined by specialists of the Bureau, and many of the more
difficult plant-disease interceptions are determined by specialists of the Bureau of
Plant Industry.
Statements as to the origin of plant materials inspected cannot always be veri-
fied, but every reasonable effort is made to obtain the correct origin. Obviously
doubtful items are omitted from the lists of interceptions under the countries of
alleged origi-.
NOTES ON INSECTS INTERCEPTED
FRUITFLIES
The following fruitflies were intercepted: Anastiepha dislincla in Inga sp. from
Mexico; A. grandis in pumpkin from Brazil: Mexican fruitfly (A. ludens) in apple,
avocado, grapefruit, mango, orange, pomegranate, quince, sapote, sour orange,
and sweet lime from Mexico; A. mombinpraeopians in mango and purple mombin
from the Dominican Republic, mango from Haiti, and jobo de la India and mango
from Puerto Rico; A. serpenlina in mamey, sapote, and tangerine from Mexico;
A. suspense in guava from Puerto Rico: Anastrepha sp. in orange from Brazil,
guava and mango from Costa Rica, almond, hog-plum, guava, and mango from
Cuba; star-apple from Ecuador, mango from Haiti, Honduras, and Jamaica,
apple, guava, maminey, mango, orange, peach, pear, pomegranate, quince, sapote,


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sour orange, and white sapote from Mexico, mango from Panama, golden-apple,
guava, and sapodilla from Puerto Rico, and mango from Trinidad; Mediter-
ranean fruitfly (Ceratitis capitata) in apple from Australia, fig, loquat, pear,
strawberry guava, sweet pepper, and tangerine from Azores, (pupae) in case of
tangerines and oranges and (larva) on paper wrapper for tangerine from Cyprus,
peach from France, pomegranate, quince (pupae) in basket of quinces and pome-
granates, and (pupae) on paper wrapper for peaches from Greece, avocado, bell
pepper, coffee berry, and mango from Hawaii, citron, hawthorn, orange, pear,
persimmon, pomegranate, pricklypear, quince, tangerine, (pupae) in bag of
oranges, (larvae and pupae) on peach and in container for peaches, (pupae) in
box of tangerines, and (larvae, pupae, and adults) in trunk containing various
fruits from Italy, loquat from Madeira Islands, orange and tangerine from Por-
tugal, orange from Southeast Africa and Spain, and (larvae) among three pounds
of oranges of unknown origin at a New York pier; Ceratitis sp. in red chili pepper
from the Straits Settlements and apple and pear from the Union of South Africa;
melon fly (Dacus cucurbitae) in cucumber from the Philippines; olive fruitfly
(D. oleae) in olive and (adults) in package and trunk containing olives from
Italy; Dacus sp. in pomelo from Ceylon; celery fly (Philophylla heraclei) in celery
from England; apple maggot (Rhagoletis pomonella) in manzanita from Mexico;
Rhagoletis sp. in black walnut and Crataegus from Mexico; papaya fruitfly (Toxo-
trypana curvicauda) in papaya from Bahamas and Cuba; trypetid in orange from
Africa, Crassulaceae from Arabia, Acanthopanax sp. from China, and Heliconia
sp. from unknown origin.
INSECTS OTHER THAN FRUITFLIES
Larvae of Acrolepia assectella (Plutellidae) were intercepted in leek leaves from
Netherlands. The citrus blackfly (Aleurocanthus woglumi) arrived on leaves of
Citrus sp. and sour lime from Cuba. Anuraphis cynariella was taken on globe
artichokes from Algeria, France, and Italy. The weevil Apion carduorum infested
globe artichokes from France, Italy, and Netherlands. A. craccae arrived with
vetch from England and Scotland. Turnips in ships' stores from Algeria and
Portugal were attacked by the weevil Baris lalicollis. B. lepidii was found in
horseradish from Czechoslovakia. The turnip gall weevil (Ceutorhynchus pleuro-
stigma) was intercepted in rutabagas and turnips from England and turnips from
Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, and Scotland. The Asiatic rice borer
(Chilo simplex) arrived with lice straw from China, France, Japan, and Man-
churia and with a wisteria plant from Japan. Chionaspis wistariae (Coccidae)
was found on wisteria from Japan. Conotrachelus aguacatae (Curculionidae)
infested avocados from Mexico. The banana root borer (Cosmopolites sordidus)
arrived with a banana root from Honduras. Crocidosema plebeiana (Olethreuti-
dae) infested okra from Cuba and Mexico. Chestnuts from Italy were attacked
by the weevil Curcidio elephas. Potatoes from Mexico were infested with the
potato weevil (Epicaerus cognatus). The West Indian sweetpotato weevil
(Euscepes postfasciatus) was intercepted in sweetpotato from American Virgin
Islands, Barbados, Brazil, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and St. Vincent. Exosoma
lusitanica (Chrysomnelidae) was found in cipollino from Morocco. Gnorimoschema
gudmanella (Gelechiidae) infested peppers (Capsicum annuumn) from Mexico.
Larvae of the turnip mud beetle (Helophorus rugosus) were taken in turnips from
France. Hoplandrothrips reynei was found on orchids from Colombia. Laspeyre-
sia splendana (Olethreutidae) was intercepted in chestnuts from Italy, Japan,
Portugal, Switzerland, and Yugoslavia. Lepidosaphes camelliae (Coccidae) was
found on Camnellia from China and Japan. The bean pod borer (Maruca testulalis)
was intercepted in lima beans from Cuba, string beans from Japan and Mexico,
pigeon peas and string beans from Puerto Rico, and on leis from Hawaii. Mega-
stigmus aculeatus (Callimomidae) infested rose seed from Austria and Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics. Orchids from the Philippines were attacked by
MAertila malayensis (Miridae). A larva of the pineapple weevil (Metamasius
ritchlie) was found in a pineapple from Mexico. Micrelus ericae (Curculionidae)
arrived with heather from England, Germany, and Scotland and with soil around
heather from Ireland. Mordellistena cattleyana (Mordellidae) infested orchids
from Colombia and Guatemala, and M. chapini was found in a Cattleya leaf from
Colombia. Napomyza lateralis (Agromyzidae) was taken in witloof leaves from
Belgium and France. Naupactus xanthographus (Curculionidae) arrived with
grapes from Argentina. The yam weevil (Palaeopus costicollis) was found in
sweetpotato from Jamaica and yams from China and Jamaica. The pink boll-
worm (Pectinophora gossypiella) was intercepted in cotton bolls from Dominican







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Republic and Mexico, cottonseed from Bahamas, Brazil, Dominican Republic,
Egypt, Grenada, Mexico, Montserrat, and Puerto Rico, seed cotton from Italy,
Mexico, and Uganda, and seed cotton adhering to old bagging from Mexico. Poli-
aspis pini (Coccidae) was taken on pines from Japan. Larvae of the vine moth
(Polychrosis botrana) were intercepted on a grape berry from Italy. A larva of the
Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica) was taken in soil around a chrysanthemum
root from Japan. Lemon and orange from the Philippines were infested with the
Philippine orange moth (Prays citri). Psylliodes chrysocephala (Chrysomelidae)
arrived with broccoli from Italy, radish from Portugal, and turnips from England,
France, Italy, and Mexico. The pear tingid (Stephanitis pyri) was found on
persimmon from Italy. The mango weevil (Sternochelus mangiferae) was taken
in mangoes from Hawaii and New Zealand. Taeniothrips dianthi was found on a
carnation leaf from Yugoslavia, and T. ericae infested aster from England and
heather from Germany and Scotland. Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae) was inter-
cepted on orchids from Colombia and Venezuela.
NOTES ON PLANT DISEASES INTERCEPTED
Among the plant diseases intercepted during the fiscal year 1938 were several
well known as being serious on important economic hosts. Among the diseases
were citrus canker (Bacterium ci/ri), banana leaf spot (Ccrcosvora musae), cereal
rusts and smuts, and citrus black spot (Phoma citricarpa). Other diseases were
intercepted which might prove to be important if introduced but which were
caused by new species or were on unreported host- and their economic status not
determinable.
For convenience some of the more interesting plant disease interception records
are summarized by groups in alphabetical arrangements.
BACTERIAL DISEASES
Citrus canker (Baclrrium cri) \\s intcrceptcd on lemon from Straits Settle-
ments, on lime frrmni Egypt (2), tie Philippirees., and Straits Settlements, on
orange from China (3) anrl Jaqltn (9, oil piol:jeo from China and Straits Settle-
ments, on tangerine from Jap;n, (2), wld on lime and orange of unknown origin,
the orange in baggage fr.;ii C'anad:t. B. Iyrcinlhi was intercepted but once
during the year, in a hyacinth bulb frojin Netherlands. Pumpkins from Japan and
Straits Settlements were f.;'und with bacterial spots such as are produced by B.
lachry rans on other cu curbits.
We have no adeIquate facilities available for the determination of bacterial
diseases, hence many bacterial infections are riot determined.

FUNGOUS DISEASES
A considerable number of fungo,-s diseases not heretofore represented in our
interception record, were added during tlhe year. Some of these were intercepted
prior to the beginning nf this fiscal year but not determined in time to be included
in the preceding list. Among the new i'tr'iez for this year were Ascochyia achlydis
on Achlys triphyllo from Briti.i C'linimbia; Botrytis squamosa on garlic from
Chile; Ccrcospora musae on bananaa fromt Guatemala, Honduras, and Java; Den-
drodochium ra!lleyae on orchid from Col',.m;nbia; Dicherinil guianensis on Loncho-
carpus from British (;iiana; Erysiphc unibelliferarumn on parsnip from Germany
and Netlherlands: I!.raea niacilata o; quince from Union of South Africa;
Gloeosporiimr bidonodi; on orchid from Colombia; 0. dendrobii on orchid from
Japan: 0. lcgumrirtum o.n nie.r:ite from Mexico; G. orchideoa'rum on orchid from
Brazil; Hemileia onc'di on orchid from Brazil; Hendersonia oryzae on rice straw mat
from Japan; It. pecki oni honeysuckle from Sweden; Heterosporium trillii on
Trillivm from Brititli C(,liiniia: IlIor'iodendrrn cladosporioides on -toma to from
France; Leplothyivm cr, uncac vir. qitrcu? on oak from England; Lophodsrmnium
juniperinum on juniper from Swvedln; Macrophomna hippoglossum on Ruscus from
Italy; M. orchidicola on orchid from Guatemala; Mlarsonia juglandis on walnut
from Italy: Microdiplodia passeriniana on palmui from Morocco; Monochaetia
compta tar. ramulicola oul rose stock from Netherlands; MycosphaereUa opuntiat
on cactus from Mexico: Alyrotheciun u'crrucoria on tomato from Mexico; Oidium.
hortcnsiae on hydrangea from Scotland; Ovularia obliqua on Rumex from Mexico;
Pestalozzia bicolor on willow ties from Argentina; Phaeochora chamaceropis on palm
from Morocco: Phaeosphaerella ephedrae on Ephedra from China; Phoma hippo-
glossi on Ruscus from Italy; P. rimnosa on Phragmnites from Netherlands; Phomopsis
ancubae on Aucuba from Italy, Japan, and Sweden; P. conorumn var. naviculispora


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on spruce cone from Germany; P. juglandina on walnut from Poland; P. magnolii-
cola on magnolia from Japan; P. seposita on wisteria from Japan; P. tinea on
viburnum from Italy; Phyllosticia auerswaldii on box from Germany: P. codiaeicola
on croton from Bermuda; P. danoes on Ruscus from Italy; P. hibisci on Hibiscus
from Bermuda; P. ruborum on raspberry from Switzerland; Phytophthora capsici
on tomato from Mexico; Puccinia angustata on Scirpus from Spain; P. incondita
on Solanum from Mexico; P. pimpinellae on anise from Mexico; P. tageticola on
Tagetes from Mexico; Rhabdospora ramealis on Rubus from England; Sclerophoma
(Phomna) strobiligena on pine from England and spruce from Germany; Seplobasi-
dium prunophilum on plum from Japan; Septoria alliorum on leek from France;
S. stellariae on chickweed from Italy; S. weissii on chervil from Italy; Sphaeronema
talcahuanense on Cryptocarya from Australia, Trematosphaeria cactorum on cactus
from Mexico: Uredo behnickianum on orchid from Panama; U. guacae on orchid
from Costa Rica; Uromyces commelinae on wandering Jew from Mexico; U. limonii
on sea-lavender from Union of South Africa: U. loti on lotus from Turkey; Verticil-
liodochium ltubercularioidcs onil walnut from Poland; and Volutella albido-pila on
orchid from the Philippines.
A number of the fungi intercepted did not appear to belong in species described
as occurring on the hosts affected and were determined tentatively if at all.
Included in this group are Anthostomella sp. (unlike either of the two species
described on orchids) on Oncidium speciosum from Mexico; Cladosporium sp.
(undescribed) on croton leaf from Mexico; Collectotrichum sp. (no species reported
on the host genus) on Stapelia sp. from Arabia and Uganda; Cytospora sp. (no
species reported for host) on Macrozamia from Australia; Didymos-phaeria sp.
(no species reported on host) on freesia leaves from Netherlands; Gloeosporium sp.
(probably undescribed) on Cattleya gigas from Colombia; Gloeosporium sp.
(unlike described species) on globe artichoke from England; Helminthosporium
sp. or spp. (unlike species reported on host) on tomatoes from Haiti and from
Mexico; Malcrophoma sp. (no species reported on host) on ismene lily from Azores;
Macrophoma sp. (with spores smaller than those of MAl. paeoniae' on Paeonia suf-
fruticosa from Japan; Ophiobolus sp. (no species reported on orchids) on Oncidium
cavendishianum from Guatemala; Peridermium sp. (no species reported on host)
on Pinus halepenis from Italy; Pestalozzia spp. (no species reported on hosts) on
Limonium. sp. from Union of South Africa and on Oncidium bicallosum and
Stanhopea wardii from Guatemala; Phomatlospora sp. (no species described on
host) on Camellia japonica from Japan; Phylloslicia n. sp. on holly from Yugo-
slavia; Phyllosticta sp. (unlike species reported on orchids) on Laelia sp. from
Mexico; Phyllosticta sp. (P. laeliae? with small spores) on Oncidium ornitho-
rhynchum from Guatemala; Phyllosticta sp. (no species reported on host) on
Schizocodon macrophyllumn from Japan; Rhabdospora sp. (no species reported on
host) on Paeonia moutan from Japan; Sclerotium spp. (undetermined, apparently
not reported on hosts) on Camellia japonica from Japan, on Carum carvi from
Netherlands, on Lycoris radiata and Lycoris sp. from Japan, on mango seed from
Sierra Leone, and on Nerine appendiculata and N. sarniensis from Union of South
Africa; Sphaerulina sp. (apparently undescribed) on Paeonia moutan and P. suf-
fruticosa from Japan; Uredo sp. (no rust reported on host) on Maxillaria sp. from
Venezuela; and Ustilago sp. (unlike species on host) on Phalaris canariensis
from Morocco.
Diseased seeds were ound on a number of occasions, these interceptions includ-
ing Erysiphe umbelliferarum on parsnip seed from Germany and Netherlands;
Fusicladium depressum (with shorter spores than the description gives) on Foeni-
culum vulgare seed from India and F. depressum on Foeniculum sp. seed from
Hungary and from iUnion of Soviet Socialist Republics; Gloeosporium iulmicolum
on elm seed from Canada; Phoma samararunm on Fraxin,.s excelsior seed from Italy;
Phomopsis tinen on Viburnum tinus seed from Italy; Sclerotium spp. on Carum
canrii seed from Netherlands, on mango seed from Sierra Leone. Pyrethrum sp. seed
from England, and on acorns from England; and Ustilago sp. (unlike species
reported as affecting seed of host) in seeds of Phalaris canariensis from Morocco.
Among the important or unusual fungous disease interceptions not included in
the foregoing paragraph.'- were Cephalosporiumn pammelii var. purpurascens on
apple from Japan; Cercosporella albomaculans on cabbage from Japan; Diaporthe
perniciosa on apple from Morocco; Elsinoe phaseoli on lima beans from Cuba;
Macrophoma oncidii on orchids from Brazil, Canal Zone, and the Philippines;
Phoma cilricarpa onil citrus from China and Japan; Phyllosticta laeliae on orchid
from Mexico; Puccinia cannae on canna from Mexico; Pucciniastrumn myrtilli on
azalea from Switzerland: Tilletia horrid in rice hulls from Japan and from the
Philippines; f'redo jatrophicola on Jatropha from Puerto Rico; and Verticilliumn






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albo-atrvm on dahlia from Belgium, Germany, Italy, and Netherlands, on Ere-
murus from Netherlands, and on Ficus from Italy.
Numerous interceptions of cereal rusts and smuts were made which may repre-
sent strains not present in this country, but as their status could not be determined
and the species are common no detailed record of them was prepared.
VIRUS DISEASES
Virus diseases constitute a serious quarantine problem because, though destruc-
tive, they cannot be detected, even when present, in most types of plant material
offered for entry, and even if detected their specific identity could not be deter-
mined in many cases. Reports were received of heavy losses from virus diseases
in imported lily bulbs, diseases which could not be detected in the bulbs at the time
of entry and inspection.
Mosaic was intercepted in Gloriosa superba from the Virgin Islands and lilies
from Bermuda: spotted wilt of tomato, was intercepted from Mexico.

NEMATODE INTERCEPTIONS
Twenty interceptions of Anguina tritici were made in seed wheat from Afghan-
istan and three in wheat from Turkey. Aphelenchoides bicaudal/s was intercepted
in ginger from China: A. fragariae in lily-of-the-valley from Germany and lilies
from Netherlands; A. limberi in dahlia from Germany; A. parietinus in various
hosts from Azores, Belgium, China, Denmark, Dominican Republic, England,
France', Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, and Netherlands; Aphelenchus avenae
on various hosts from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco,
Netherlands, and Union of South Africa; Diilienchus dipsaci in various hosts from
Denmark, England, France, Germany, Guernsey, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Sweden, and Uruguay; D. intermedius on yam from Puerto Rico; Heterodera marioni
on new or unusual hosts for our interception files, including Adromischus trigynus
from Germany, Anemone nemorosa and its variety robinsoniana from Canada,
A. tessiri from Germany, Cop!is quinquefolia from Japan, Convolvulus incanus
from England, Echeveria spp. from Mexico, Hibiscus sp. from Mexico, Lobivia
graulichi and L. schuldli from Japan, Mlelocortus rnatanzanus from Cuba; Pachy-
rhizus erosus from China, Pachysandra terminalis and Sarcocca ruscifolia from
England, and Urbinia purpusii from Japan; Hexatylus n. sp. in ginger from China;
Neotylenchus probably abvlbosu.s in turnip from Wales; Pratylenchus pratensis in
lily-of-the-valley from Germany, yam from Jamaica, and potato from Mexico:
Rotylenchus bradys in yam from Puerto Rico: R. robuslus in soil around roots of
a century plant from Italy; and Tylenchus filiformis in Arau-aria from Germany.
COMMON PESTS INTERCEPTED
Many pests commonly found on their hosts in the United States are intercepted
more or less frequently. At times such interceptions have indicated the occurrence
of some of these pests in countries from which they had not been reported. Some
of these common pests intercepted may represent strains differing markedly in host
reactions from the strains already established here. However, we have no ready
means of determining the possible importance of common pests intercepted and
no longer record most of them. It is believed that the interceptions listed in these
paragraphs are sufficiently representative of this type of material. In addition
to diseases common in this country, one disease (Flsinoe phaseob, which occurs
in Puerto Rico but is not known to occur in the continental United States has
been intercepted so frequently on lima beans from Cuba that its interception hlias
been recorded as though it were a common pest.
The two sets of figures in parentheses following each pest name indicate the
number of countries from which the pest was intercepted and the total number
of interceptions.
INSECTS
Acanthoscelides nbtectus (10-398), Ahasverus advtena (21--109), Aonidiella
aurantii (18-85), Aphis gossypii (15-297), A. rumnicis (5-26), Araecerus fas-
ciculatus (16-24), Aspidiotus camelliae (9-20), A. cyanophylli (11-47), A. hederae
(16-92), A. laianiae (21-169), A. perniciosus (7-14), Aulacaspis pentagon
(10-22), A. rosae (3-3), Brevicoryne brassicae (11-38), Carpocapsa pomonella
(17-83), Cathartus quadricollis (4-86), Cavariella capreae (6-26), Cerataphis
lataniae (13-61), Ceroplastes floridensis (5-30), Chionaspis citri (8-24), Chry-


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somphalus aonidum (18-408), C. diclyospermi (20-176), Coccus liongatus (5-19),
C. hesperidum (17-47), Diaspis boisduvalii (23-231), D. bromeliae (7-38), D.
echinocacti (13-50), Ephestia cautella (19-80), Etiella zinckenella (5-28),
Gnorimoschema operculella (25-189), Heliothis obsoleta (7-1,507), H. virescens
(4-74), Heliothrips haemnorrhoidalis (9-21), Howardia biclavis (8-75), Ischnaspis
longirostris (10-23), Lasioderma serricorne (12-139), Lepidosaphes beckii (46-
664), L. gloverii (13-136), L. ulmi (18-75), Macrosiphum solanifolii (9-144),
Alyzus persicae (14-158), Necrobia rufipes (10-18), Oryzaephilus surinamnensis
(14-127), Parlatoria pergandii (20-105), P. proteus (11-70), Pinnaspis aspi-
dislrae (7-43), P. minor (10-104), Plodia interpunctella (16-294), Pseudaonidia
articdulatus (20-88), Pseudococcus adonidum (19-44), P. brevipes (17-511), P.
citri (26-124), P. maritimnus (23-105), P. nipae (10-26), Rhizoglyphus hyacinthi
(10-28), Rhizopertha dominica (3-30), Saissetia hemisphaerica (26-244), S.
nigra (8-34), S. oleae (18-36), Sitophilus granarius (6-15), S. oryza (16-885),
Sitotroga cerealella (9-45), Stegobiumn paniceum (11-49), Tenebrofdes mauritanicus
(15-55), Thrips tabaci (22-20I), Triboliumn castaneum (19-121), T. confusum
(3-57), Tpiphaea stercorea (13-52).
In addition to the listed species of common insects, there wi-re 4,627 intercep-
tions belonging to 569 different speccie, which were riot deemed to be of sufficient
importance from the plant quarantine viewpoint to warrant listing them by species.
Total of insects included in this paragraph, 14,074.
DISEASES
Acroslalagmits cirtnabarin us (1--), Actinomyces scabies (31--213), Albugo
candida (5---38), .Allternaria brassicae (-25), A-1. herculea (11-24), A. radicina
(7-15), A. solani (2-5), Aspergillus niger (34-156), Bacillus carotovorus (21-52),
Bacterium campestre (2---2), B. maculVeola (13-32), B. mnarginatum (6-285), B.
tumefaciens (7--25), B. vesicatorivm (9-627), Borqtlis cinerea (32-198), Bremia
lacltucae (4-12), Capnodium ciiri (15-21), Cephalothecium roseumn (14-52),
Ceratostoinella adiposum (2-22), C. parodo.,x (13-169), Cercospora apii (3-3),
C. belicola (2-7), C. capsici (4-117), C. neriella (1-8). C. rosicola (3-11),
Cladosporiumn carpophilum (3---14), C. cumcumnerinum (3--4), C(. fulvumn (4-1i),
C. herbarumn (5-9), Colletotrichu m circinans (4--17), C. lagenari umi (8-13),
C. lindemnu.hiamnun (11-22), Coniothqriuim fuckelli (2-7), Corticiumrn agum
(34-317), Diaporlhe pha.eolor nn (1-73), Diplocarpon rosae (4-9). Diplodia
naalensis (17-57), D. lubericola (7--9), D. zeae (3-6), Elsinoefawcetfii (16-45),
E. phaseoli (1-550), F'rysiphe graminis (4-29), Fusarium moniliforme (3-14),
Gibberella saubinetti (1--1), Gloeospor;unum limeltticolm (14-240), G. musarum
(4-7), Glomerella cinqulatlum (26-234), Graphiola phoenicis (5-12), Helmintho-
sporium all;i (12-100), H. oryzae (2--4), H. .satiwvm (7-52), Heterodera marioni
(21-81), Heterosporium allii (6-7), Leplothyrioun m pomi (1 0-12), Macrosporiuim
solani (1-1), M. tomato (1-71), ]elancon.iumn sacchari (8-18), Mycosphaerella
brassicicola (8-20). M, pinodes (7-8), Niqrospora sphaerica (3-4), Oospora
citri-aurantii (2-6), 0. lactis prirarsitica (7-15), 0. pustulans (3-6), Penicillium
diqgzifutun (22-76), P. expansnum (7-18), P. gladioli (7-19), P. italicuim (17-37),
Peronospora parasilica (4-10), Peslalozzia gv.epini (4-16), Phoma betae (1-1),
P. destructor (4-475), P. lingamin (3-4), Phomnopsis citri (35--135), P. vexans
(10-116), Phytophthora infreslans (24--294), Puccinia anitirrhini (1-2), P.
chrysantheni (2-2). P. coro ata (3--5), P. glumnarum (2-2), P. gramninis (25-
161), P. hieracii (2-2), P. nialvacearum (3-5), P. mnenlhae (2-9), P. porri
(6-14), P. rubigo-vera (12-77), P. sorghi (1-4), Rhizopus nigricans (35-165),
Sclerotinia selerotforum (24--134), Sclerotmni oryzac (4-17), Septoria apii (18-
40), S. petroselini (11-21), Sphaceloma perseae (2-9), Sphace!otheca sorghi
(2-3), Spondylocadiumin atrovirens (51-967), Spongospora sublerranca (14-43),
TillUelia foetans (2-2), T. laevis (4-18), Uromnyces appendiculatus (1-1), U.
caryophyllinus (3--9), [Tstilaqo hordei (2-2), U. tritici (3-3), U. reae (4 -10)3
Venturia inaequalis (26-141), V. pyrina (10-2C0, Verlicilliuum cinnabarina
(24-133). Total of these disease interceptions, 7,382.
INCOMPLETELY DETERMINED PESTS
Many intercepted insects and plant diseases cannot be determined with accur-
acy. Material may be scanty and in poor condition. The life histories of some
insects are imperfectly known, or in the stage present two allied species may be
almost indistinguishable, or the one or two specimens obtained may not be quite






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typical. In the case of plant pathogens the fruiting stages necessary for a deter-
mination may be lacking. While a few intercepted insects in immature stages
have been reared at times and on rare occasions plant-disease organisms have
been cultured and their identity established, there is no provision for the routine
determination of immature insects by rearing or of plant diseases by culturing.
While it is possible to determine many well-known pests in any stage of develop-
ment, it would be highly desirable to make more comprehensive studies of un-
known insects and diseases which cannot be determined by the means available
and which may be potentially dangerous. This is especially true of plant patho-
gens, which are so often present in forms that are not detected by practicable
general inspection methods.
INSECTS
Of the insect pests intercepted a total of 266 could be determined to family,
subfamily, or tribe, only. A total of 6,092 other lots of insect pests, determined
to genus only, were distributed among 667 genera. The largest number of inter-
ceptions included under any one of these 667 genera is 620 under Frankliniella,
which arrived from 10 countries on 80 different hosts. Under Psaudococcus sp.
there are records of 309 interceptions from a total of 41 countries and 104 hosts.
Under Euxesta sp. there were 191 interceptions from 19 countries and associated
with 42 different hosts. Ceutorhyrtnchus sp. was intercepted 143 times from 14
countries on 10 hosts. Chrysomphalus sp. was taken 135 times from 21 countries
on 31 hosts. Under Diaspis sp. there were 117 interceptions from 13 countries
and 12 hosts. Curcilio sp. arrived 97 times from 14 countries on 6 hosts. Dia-
traea sp. was intercepted 95 times from 5 countries on 4 hosts. Conotrachelus sp.
arrived 90 times from 9 countries on 13 hosts. Under Haplothrips sp. there were
79 interceptions from 8 countries on 20 hosts. Emnpoasca sp. was taken 71 times
from 6 countries on 26 hosts. Under Diaphania sp. there were 70 interceptions
from 4 countries on 7 hosts.
DISEASES
While many of the common disease organisms are no longer reported in all
cases, the total of interceptions of Fusarium sp. recorded was 2,060 from 79
countries or geographic subdivisions. Eighteen other genera were intercepted
25 or more times and not determined to species. Thirty-five genera were repre-
sented by one interception only, and 44 additional genera were represented
by fewer than 10 interceptions each. Interceptions of GIoeosporiun deter-
mined to genus only totaled 182 on 55 hosts belonging to 35 genera and on
material from 31 countries or geographic subdivisions, including every continent.
Undetermined interceptions of the closely related genus Collelotrichumn totaled
32 on 15 hosts belonging to 12 genera and on material from 14 countries. There
were 32 interceptions of Sclerotihun sp. on 24- hosts belonging to 21 genera and
on material from 13 countries. Phyjllosticla sp. was intercepted 28 times on 24
hosts, all different genera, and from 18 countries. Undetermined interceptions
of the related genus Phoma totaled 39 on 24 hosts belonging to 22 genera and
on material from 18 countries. Fifty-two interceptions. of "mosaic" were made
on plant materials from Cuba and are included as determined to genu;s only.
One hundred and eight genera are represented in this group of incompletely
determined pathogens. Total of these interceptions, 4,828.

ENTOMOGENOUS FUNGI
Some beneficial fungi, particularly those attacking insects, were found in the
course of inspection of imported plants. These entomogenous fungi included
Aegerita webberi on Dialcurodes citrifruii on citrus from Cuba; Aschersonia aleyrodis
on Dialeurodes citri on citrus from Bahamas; A.4. cubensis on Coccus hesperidum
on guava from Cuba; Cephaiosporium lecanii on Coccus viridis on coffee from Cuba
and Jamaica; Hirsutella sp. on leaf beetle on coffee from Jamaica; Myriangqium
duriaei on Lepidosaphes beckii on orange from Cuba and Jamaica: Nectria diploa
on Aonidiella auranlii on orange from Cuba, on Chrysomnpha!us aonidum on
orange from the Bahamas, on lschnaspis longirostris on Ficus nitida from Cuba,
on Lepidosaphes beckii on citrus from Costa Rica, Cuba, and Jamaica, and on
Pseudaonidia articulatus on orange from Haiti; Ophionectria coccicola on unde-
termined host on citrus and on gardenia from Mexico; and Scoleconectria coccicola
on undetermined host on citrus from Mexico.


June 1938]








8 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


Geographic summary of interceptions listed in main table and interception totals


Country

Africa,
Africa ...- -------. --------. -
Algeria---------------------
Angola ---------------------
Belgian Congo ------------
Egypt----------------------
Ethiopia------------------
Madeira Islands-----------
M orocco---.--.. ------------
Southeast Africa -.---------
Uganda------..-....-------
Union of South Africa------
West Africa -------.--------
Asia
Afghanistan----------------
Arabia-- .-----. ------------
China --------.....-...--------
Cyprus-------........-...--..------
India .--....... ..-----------
Japan -.---......-.... .-----
Manchuria --.-------------
Palestine---------.. -----.
Siam-----.......................
Straits Settlements..-------
Syria.-----........... ...--.
Trans-Jordan ...-----.-----
Turkey--............ -....-
Australasia-
Australia -----..---.-------
Ceylon.--------
Christmas Island .---------
Dutch East Indies ---------
Hawaii---...--...... .------
Java-----------.............-..-----
New Guinea ---------------
New Zealand-..........-------------
Philippines .......------------
Pitcairn Island ---.--------
Society Islands-------------
Sumatra..........----------
Europe'
Aust ria-............ .....---
A zores.. .......-.--- .- .------
Belgium.--...-.....--.......----
Bulgaria ........---------.
Czechoslovakia.------------
Denmark-----------------
England ----..-------------
Estonia ------..........----
Finland.---.-.....-.......------
France -----------........-....-----
Germany...---------------
Greece- ....------..---..-----
Guernsey--..--------------- -
Hungary ...-------------.
Ireland --......--------...-----
Italy ....................
Latvia-- ....- ......- -. ----
Lithuania.............---------------
Netherlands----------------
Norway --- ..
Poland -............... .---
Portugal --... ---........... -
Scotland -------..---------
Spain ---- -.........--.--.---
Sweden .........----.----
Switzerland --.- ------
Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics.--------------
Wales---....--...........----.
Yugoslavia-----------------


Insects


Number
1
I
3
1
2
8
0
6
29
1
2
68
1
0
1
35
2
19
212
2
3
1
10
3
1
9

14
4
1
1
243
4
2
6
90
2
1
2

13
9
189
2
24
12
84
1
1
144
48
20
0
73
13
198
0
1
54
4
15
28
123
9
2
f


Diseases


Number
0
0
0
0
4
1
0
5
0


2
2
9
0
0
2
27
0
0
49
118
1
5
2
2
62
1
0
324
5
7
1
5
4
13
5


NOTE-In addition to the countries named above, interceptions, including those of common pests (p. 5)
and of incompletely determined pests (p. 6), were made from Albania, Aruba, Borneo, British East Africa,
British Somaliland, British West Indies, Canary Islands, Cape Verde Islands, Cayman Islands, East Indies,
Fiji Islands, French Indo-China, French West Africa, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Guam, Iran, Iraq, Juan
Fernandez. Liberia, Madagascar, Malta, Marquesas Islands, Monaco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Ontario,
Orient, Palmyra Island, Penang, Queensland, Rumania, St. Martin (Dutch West Indies), Senegal, Sierra
Leone, Southwest Africa, Taiwan, Tasmania, Turkestan, Wake Island, and West Indies.


Insects


Diseases


Country

North America:
Bermuda-------------------
Canada -------------------
British Columbia------
Nova Scotia -----------
Central America:
British Honduras---
Canal Zone------------
Costa Rica------------
Guatemala-------------
Honduras -.------------
Nicaragua .------------
Panama-----.----------
Salvador ..- -----------
Mexico ------------.-------
Newfoundland ---------.
West Indies:
American Virgin Is-
lands------------ ---
Antigua------------- -
Bahamas.------------
Barbados---------------
Cuba-------------------
Curaeao----------------
Dominica--------------
Dominican Republic--
Dutch West Indies- -.
Grenada --------------
Guadeloupe------------
Haiti ....------------------
Jamaica----------------
Martinique ------------
Montserrat-------------
Nevis ------------------
Puerto Rico------------
Saba -------------------
St. Kitts ---------------
St. Lucia---------------
St. Vincent.------------
Trinidad---------------
Virgin Islands----------
South America:
Argentina -- ---------. ----
Brazil- .-------------------
British Guiana-------------
Chile -------------- --------
Colombia -----------------
Dutch Guiana-------------
Ecuador-.----------------.
Paraguay- .--------.--------
Peru ----- ----------------
Uruguay ..----------------
Venezuela ..----------------
Total:
Africa .--------------------
Asia ...-------. ------
Australasia------------ -- -
Europe --------------------
North America -------------
South America -----------
Unknown origin------------

T otal ..---.---------------
Total (common pests,
p. 5). -------------------
Total (incompletely de-
termined pests, p. 6)---
Total insects...-- ------.
Total diseases...---------
Grand total --------------


--- 1 .


Number
14
12
0
0
2
9
19
45
12
1
24
3
4, 148
31

2
3
23
16
500
0
3
34
1
1
1
4
30
3
4
I
42
1
2
1
2
1ii
1

19
25
2
10
74
1
5
2
2
0
38
122
298
370
1,081
5,006
178
9
7,064
14,074

6,358
27,496


Number
15
6
2
1

0
5
1
12
1
0
3
0
52
5

1
0
0
0
10
I
0
35
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
2
3
0

2
II
11
7
8
0
0
0
0
1
1

103
147
43
650
170
32
2

1, 147

7,382

4,828
13,357
40,853








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host I Collected
Host ICollected in--
name of pest t

(:y co
cI a -
o z ^
0 I f f ____________________________________


AFGHANISTAN
Diseases:
A ngui7za tritici --------------
Diplodia vit icle.a -------. -----
AFRICA
Insects:
Trypetid--.-------------.- --
ALGERIA
Insects:
Anuraphis cynariella (aphid).
Baris laticollis (Curculioni-
dae.
Thiips angusticeps (thrips) -
AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS
Insects:
Euscepes posalfasciatlus (West
Indian sweetpotato weevil).
Diseases:
M osaic----------------------
ANGOLA
Insects:
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
ANTIGUA
Insects:
Asterolecanium miliaris
longum (Coccidae).
AfMyelois sp. (Pyralididae) -.
Targionia hartii (Coccidae)---


ARABIA
Insects:
T rypetid ---------- --- -- --- -
ARGFNTINA
Insects:
Deltnocephalus renatus (Cica-
dellidae).
Diatraea sp. (Pyralididae) ---
Do ------------- -----
Do--------------------
Edessa meditabunda (Penta-
tomidae).
Euxesta sp. (Otitidae)------..
Naupactus xanthographus
(Curculionidae).
Parlaloria cinerea (Coecidae).
Par!atoria fluggeae bra iliensis
(Coccidae).
Psychid ....-- .----.---...- ..
D o-------------- --
Rhizoecus sp. (Coccidae) -....-
Sala lacordairei (Tenebrioni-
dae).


Triticum aestivum (wheat). 20
Vilissp. (grape)---------- ------


Citrus sinensis (orange). -----


Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Brassica rapa (turnip) ----
Cynara scolymus ----------



Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
Gtoriosa superba..--------


Coffea sp (coffee) ---------



Bamboo------------------
Taomarindus indiea (tama-
rind).
Dioscorea sp. (yam) -------


V


Crassulacesae.------------ ---


Packing for grapes 1....
Holcus sorghum var. 1
(broomcorn').
.----do ------------------- 4
-- _-do-------------------- 1
Vtis sp. (grape).----------- 1
Allium cepa (onion)--- ......
Vitfis sp. (grape) ----.. ------- -
Citrus grandis (grapefruit). --
Cilrus sinensis(orange)-..- ......
Packing for grapes------- 1
V'iissp. (grape)----- 2
Echinopsis scheerii (cac- 1
tus).
Packing for grapes --------. 1


1 _.-


District of
lumbia.
Do.


Louisiana.


New York.
Texas.


Co-


New York.



Do.

Puerto Rico.


New York.



Do.
Do.
Do.


California.*


New York.
Louisiana.
New York.
Puerto Rico.
New York.
Louisiana.
Do.
Da.
Florida.*
New York.
Do.
District of
lumbia.
New York.


I The common names for the following have been omitted: Ananas sativus (pineapple), Brassica oleracea
capitate (cabbage), Capsicum annuvm (pepper), Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato), SacchaTumn officinarum
(sugarcane), and Solanum tuberosum (potato). Where the same host occurs frequently the common name
has been omitted part of the time. Ali horticultural variety names have been omitted.
170314-39----2


June 1938]








10 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1987, to June 30, 1988,
inclusive-Continued
[Al findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspections

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country oforiginand Host Collectedin-
name of pest

owt
0 ^ rt -be
u ~~ S f


ARGENTINA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Saulaspis graphic (Chryso-
melidae).
Stenogeocoris horvathi (Lygaei-
dae).
Diseases:
Pestalozzia bicolor _-----
Uromyces striatus medicaginis-
AUSrPALIA
Insects:
Bothrideres equinus (Colydi-
idae).
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Chrysomphalus rossi (Cocci-
dae).
Do ----- -----
Diaspis za miae (Coccidae) -..
Parlatoria niridis (Coccidae) -
Phenacaspis eugeniae (Cocci-
dae).
Platypus australis (Platypod-
idae).
Uleiota ausiralis (Cucujidae)-.
Xyleborus kraat zi (Scolyti-
dae).
Diseases:
Septoria gladioli ----.... --
Sphaeronema talcahuanense
(?).
Sterigmatoeystis niger_....
AUSTRIA
Insects:
Anthonomus rectirostris (Cur-
culionidae).
Do- -----.....
Bruchidius lividimanus var.
(Bruchidae).
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchi-
dae).
D o -- ----- --------
Do---..------....-----
D o -------------- --. .... .. .
Do-----.---.-----------...
Leucaspis loewi (Coccidae)L. -
ffegastigmus aculeatus (Calli-
momidae).
Diseases:
Thecopsora padi..............
Vermicularia trichella.........
AZORES
Insects:
Ceratitis capitata (MQediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Do-- --....--.......---....
Do-....--.......--.--...-
Do..--------------
Do.. --------.-.-.----...
Do--.--- ---- -
Do..--.....- ..-........-


Paper packing for grapes--
Packing for grapes --------

Salix sp. (willow) -----....
AlIedicago sativa (alfalfa)-_-


Cryptocarya palmerstoni
(Queensland walnut)
(log).
Malus sylvestris (apple) -_
Mlangifera indica (mango)--
Macrozamia peroffskyana..-
Mfacrozamia sp-._.....
Macrozamia peroffskya na ..-
Palm---...............-..
Houea sp. (kentia palm). -
Cryptocarya palmerstoni
(Queensland walnut)
(log).
----do..--..-..........
.----do .----.....-....---

Gladiolus sp ---........-...
Cryptocarya palmerstoni
(log)).
Allium cepa (onion)------


Pru nus avium mazzardd) -.
- ..- do-- --..-------- -...
Cytisus scoparius (Scotch
broom).
-...do------ -.-
Laburnum alpinum
(Scotch laburnum).
--.--- do ---. -- -.. .---------.
Laburnum anagyroides
(golden-chain).
St.artium junceum (Span-
ish broom).
Pinussp. (pine).--------
Rosa rugosa (rugosa rose) -

Picea excelsa (Norway
spruce).
Hedera helix (English ivy)


Capsicum annuum-- ------ I
Citrus nobilis deliciosa ------ --
(tangerine).
Eriobotrya japonica (lo- -----1
quat).
.--do ----------------- -- -.. -- ----
Ficus carica (fig)----------...... --...
Psidium cattleianum...... ..
(strawberry guava).
Pyrus communism (pear).........---.


.i i .. 1 ..[ .


1
I

1
1


1



1


3
1

1
1
1



1
1
1


1
.3
1




1


New York.
Do.

Do.
Do.


Do.

Massachusetts.
Hawaii.*
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.

Do.
Do.

Washington.
New York.
California.*


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.


Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from J'dy 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host c Collected in-
nHst ~Colected in-
name of pestI
0 z t3 -i(9
o ae
bE -~ il li 0
__ __ __ *_ Ii'


AzoREs- Continued
Insects-Continued.
Targionia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Diseases:
A phelenchoides parietinus....
Cerator tomella f m briata .....
BAHAMAS
Insects:
Aonidiella cocotiphagus (Coc-
cidae).
Aspidioatu des.tructor (Cocci-
dae).
D o .-. .. ... ... .------- -
D o .--- .-- ..-.-- -----
Do ----........---....-------.-
Aspidir.tus herculeanus (Coc-
cidac).
Cylas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Dialeurodes citri (citrus white-
fly).
Frankliniella cephalica
(thrips).
D o .- -- --. .. .
Franhliniella cubensis (thrips)
D o .--..-- --- .. .... .
Frankliniella insularis
(thrips).
D o ... -. ... .. .
D o ------- -- ---- ---
Do
Haplvthrips gowdeyi (thrips)
Pectinophora gossypielIa (pink
bollwcrm).
Taeniothrips simplex (gladio-
lus thrips).
Toxotrypana curntcauda (pa-
paya fruitfly).
V insomnia stellifera (Coccidae).
BARBADOS
Insects:
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Asterolecanitim miliaris Ion-
gum (Coccidae).
D o .-. .. .. -...-.--. ---
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Euscepes postfasciatus (West
Indian sweetpotato wee-
vii).
Targioni. hartii (Coccidae). -
D o ..-..... .--..... .- .. ..
Do ----------.....--..-..--....
BKELGI.AN CONGO
Insects:
Leucaspis coctrelli (Cocci-
dae).
Minthea rugicollis (Lyctidae).


Ananas satiruts-------............

Colocasia esculenta (dash-
een).
lpomoea batotas (sweet-
potato).

Cocos nucifera (coconut) -
Artocarpus inci.a (bread-
fruit).
Cocos nucifera-----------.............
Euphorbia pulcherrirano
(poinsettia).
Terminalia catlappa (tropi-
cal almond).
Achra sapota sapodillaa) -
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Citrus sp ---------....-----
Antirrhinum mojus (snap-
dragon).
Rosa sp ...--- --- ----- -----
Aster sp.---------. .--------
Rosa sp ------------.--
Citrus inensis (orange) -
Hibiscus sp ------
Rosa sp ..-----------------
Antirrhinum majvs (snap-
dragon).
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
seed).
Antirrhinum majugs........
Carica papaya (papaya). -.
.4 spidhitra sp -----------


Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Bamboo ------------------
Grass -.------------------
Dry herb ............---------.--..
Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
Dioscorea sp. (yam)..-...
.. -. --do ----- ..-. .---- .--.
Xanthosoma sagittifolium
(a nutia'.


Citrus sinensis (orange) -.
Entada gigas.....-..-.....


3 17....


New York.

Do.
Do.


Florida.'
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.'
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do,*
Do.*


New York.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
Louisiana.

Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.



District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


I--


[ 1


June 1938]








12 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Hs olce n
^V y '1Host so~s~~~ i*"^n--
name of pest
b bI0 2- W
2- 3 L ad e3 -
Q SmCS JA


BELGIUM
Insects:
Agrornyza pinguis (Agro-
myzidae).
Anaphcthrips orchidii (thrips).
A4pioan pomonac (Cuiculioni-
dae).
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
Endrosis lacteella (Oecophori-
dae).
Napomyza lateralis (Agroniy-
zidae).
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parietinus. -.
A phelench us avenae_.....
Sclerotinia minor -.-------
Thielaiopsis basicola .----.-..--
Verticillium alboatrum .......
BERMU;DA
Insects:
Aphis spiraecola (green citrus
aphid).
Ceroplastes sinensis (Cocci-
dae).
Franr klinielln insularis
(thbrips).
D o ------- ---- --
D o. -- -- .--..-- -...
D o--- .---------------
Haplothrips gowudeyi (thrips).-
Phenacoccus gossypii (Cocci-
dae).
D o -- --- ----------
D o .-- .-.--- --------. ...
Prodenia sp. (Noctuidae)..... -
D o .- --.---- ------.
D o --- -_-
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae).
Diseases:
Fusicladium eriobotryae.......
Gloeospori u m oleandri --------
Alosaic ---------........-------
Do.....................
Phyllachora trifoli-.-.i..
Phyllosticla codiaeicola.......
Phylloslicta hibisci.....-
Septoria drumrnonadi -.---
Septoria oleandrina. --_--
Uromyces frifolii .-. ......
BRAZIL
Insects:
Anastrepha grandis (Trypeti-
dae).
Anasfrepha sp. (Trypetidae).
Asterolecaniumn aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Castnia sp. (Castniidae) .----


Cichoriumrn inlybus (wit-
loot).
.4Anthurium sp----------_
Vicia sp. (vetch) ---.......

Brassica rapa (turnip) .- -- -.
Begonia sp_----------
Cichorium intybus (wit-
loof).
Apium graveolens (celery).
-----do -- -- -- -------
Cichorium inlybus (wit-
loof).
---. do -- ---- ---- -----
Dahlia sp ......----- ---.-


Gerbera sp....------------
Bignonia sp. (trumpet-
creeper).
Codiaeurn sp. (croton)....
,Maagnolia sp-_------
Nerium oleander (olean-
der).
Passiflora spp. (passion-
flower).
Daisy---------------------
Acalypha sp. (copperleaf)_

Daisy------------------
Lilium sp ... .. ... .
A maryllis sp. -----------
Dianlhus sp. (carnation) ---
Lilium longiflorum (East-
er lily).
Citrus sp--------_-----
Eriobotrya japonica (lo-
quat).
Nerium oleander (olean-
der).
Lilium longiflorum (East-
er lily).
Lilium longiflorum harrisii
(Bermuda lily).
Trifolium sp. (clover) -..
Codiaeum sp. (croton).....
Hihiscus sp ---------------
Phlo.r drum niondi (drum-
mond phlox).
Nerium oleander (olean-
der).
Trifolium sp. (clover)...


Cucurbila pepo (puminpkin).
Citrus sinensis (orange) ----
Cattleya labiata (orchid) --.
Cattlhya sp. (orchid)----.....---


.- .


.--. .- .-.- 1
. -. ... 1


New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.

Now York.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Virginia.
New York.


Louisiana.
Do.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.


146



4

2
1


1

1


1





1


1







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in- i


Country of origin and
name of pest




BRAzTl.-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Chry.somphalus pfrsonotits
(Coccidae).
Dinodtrus biforeolatus (Bos-
trichidae).
Euscepes postfasciatus (West
Indian sweetpoiato weevil).
D o -------- --- .- ---
Gyrnnandrosoma sp. (Ole-
threut idae).
JIfordellisftra sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
D o .-.-.-.- ..- ....--- .--- .
N octui'd- ----- ----- --------
Orthezia praelonga (Coccidae) -
Orthia therapon (Castniidae).
Pachymerus n ucleorumt (Bru-
ehidae).
Pachymnerus sp. (Bruchid Parlatoria rtinTea (Coccidar i.
Parlatoria fluooeae brasiliensis
(Ccceidc 'i.
Peclinophora .ossypii 11a (pink
bollworm).
Pseudaonidia trilohitiformis
(Coccidae).
Stephanoderes har.ipti (cnffece
herry borer).
T ineid -. --.- ......
D o ---- ..... ... i
Xyleborus propinqiJs (Scoly-
tidae). -
Diseases:
Ascochyta lycopersici -..........
Colletotrich m: m orch idearu m ....i
D o .-..-.... ..............-
Cloeosporiu m oncidii --,
Gloeosporiu m orchidearum ... |
Glomerella gossypii ...........!
Hemileia oncidi.-------------
Macrophorna oncidii ..........
Piasmodiophora brassicae.....
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Diseases:
Ascochiyta achlydis. -----.-
Helerosporium trillii -..........
BRITISn GLIANA
Insects:
Aspidiotus destructor (Coc-
cidae).
Furcaspis bijormis (Coccidae_ l

Diseases:
Dichtrinia guianensis.--....


Host


Citrus grandis (grapefruit)_-
Serjania mexicana (bar-
basco).
Ipomoea baatas (sweet-
potato i.
do .- ..... .... .
Citrus grandli grapefruitt).
Cultleya labiita (orchid) ---
Caltleya sp ...............
Caftleya labiata (orchid)- --
Cactus .....------- ... -..
Catfleya sp --. ---.......
Orbigaya sp. (oil palm) -... -
.d o .- .- .- .-.- ---.. -
Cit'rus sp .- -.........
Citrus sinet nsis (orange)...
Gox-.unium ,11. (cotton-
seed).
Mangifera indica (mango)-
(Crfira sp. (coffee)--- -
Cafttleya sp. (orchid) -----.-
Hua crtpito.ns (sandbox-
tree)
MAlangift ra indica (mango).

Lycopersic-u m esculentum..
Catlleya lat iata (orchid). -
Orchid---...- -------...........
Ovcidium cri.pu im (orchid).
Ondcidium fle uosn m (or-
chid).
.ossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Orchid. -.. .. ........
Oricidivm Iongipes (or-
(chid).
RBipharus satirus (radish)-



Achlys Iriphylla (deer-foot)
Trillium oratum --m-----



Nipa fruticans (palm).....
Schomburgkia lyonsi (or-
chid).
Lonchocarpus sp---------


'=1


1
1
1

1
1



1
1'


I----


- 1



- --I- -

I Hz
1


3
1


~7L7I


----I



1


1

p 1 ,


3- ---- 1-.



1 -....... ...


Collected in-


Maryland.
New York.
Louisiana.
Now York.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Florida.*
New York.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.
New York.


New York.
California.*
New York.
Califoi-rTia.*
Do.*
New York.
District of
lumbia.
California.*
New York.


Co.


Washington.
Do.



Puerto Rico.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


June 1938]








14 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 80, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


BRITISH HONDURAS

Insects:
Leucaspis cockerelli (Coc-
cidae).
Parlatoria crolonis (Coccidae)-
BULGARIA
Insects:
Anthonomus rectirostris (Cur-
culionidae).
Frankliniella intonsa (thrips).
CANADA
Insects:
Agriotes sp. (Elateridae).....
Do------------------
Anchylopera sp. (Olethreu-
tidae).
Arctiid-------- -. -----. ------
Forficula auricularia (Euro-
pean earwig).
Furcaspis biformis (Coecidae)_

Pyralidid--------------------
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
Taenfiothrips simplex (gladio-
lus thrips).
Tortricid .--------- ------
Do-.-------- ----. ----
Diseases:
Alternaria dianthi...- ..
Do------- ------- ----
Chrysomyxa piperaiana ------
Gloeosporium ulmicolum ------
Gnignardia vaccinii ..-------.-

Plasmodiophora brassicae -.--.
CANAL ZONE
Insects:
Acanthoscelides armitagei
(Bruchidae).
Furcaspis bijormis (Coccidae).
Do---..------.. ----... ---
Do....-.--.----.

Do-.-----------
l-Iemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Phelomerus aherrans (Bru-
chidae).
Stephanoderes guatemalensis
(Scolytidae).
Vinsonia stellijera (Coccidae).
Diseases:
Colletotrichum orchidearum_...
Gloeosporium affine ---..----
Gloeosporium cincturm ........


Host


- I _____________________________________


Altalea cohune cohunee
palm).
Codiaeumn sp. (croton)--.-


Prunus arium (sweet
cherry).
Gladiolus sp


Soil around roots of larch
tree.
Solanum tuberosum ........
Fragaria sp. (strawberry) -
Bale of bagging. -... _.-
Ra mondia heldreichii ---.......-
Cattleya schroederae (or-
chid).
Aster sp-------------------
Coffea sp. (coffee)-------
Gladiolus sp------...............----
Iris sp ----------------.
Rosa sp ------------------
Dianthus sp .--------------
-. do-------- ------------
Rhododendron sp ----------
Ulmus sp. (elm) -----------
VacciniuM sp._ --------
Brassica eanpestris (ruta-
baga).

Cajanus indicus (pigeon
pea).
Epidendr uma t r o p u rpu-
reum (orchid).
---. do --------------
Oncidium confusum (or-
chid).
Oncidiumsp ----------
Ceiba sp ..---..--........
Cassia sp...-----------
Ceiba sp --...-.--...------
Orchid -. .. .

Oncidium ampliatuni ma-
jus (orchid).
Schomnburgkia luedemrnan-
niana (orchid).
Epidendrum slamfordia-
inum (orchid).


N umber of intercep-
tions in-



a? M
om o


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1

1










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1 1












1


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1


Collected in-


. .- 1 -. -- -


Louisiana.
Florida.*


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


Massachusetts.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Washington.
Minnesota.
Hawaii.'
District of Co-
lumnbia.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
Do.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.


District of Co-
lumbia.
California.'
District of Coe-
hlumbia.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Hawaii.*
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest S
?ed
a0U
M CV


CANAL ZONE-Continued
Diseases-Continued.
Mlacrophoma oncidii..........
Do.--------------------
CEYLON
Insects:
Dacus sp. (Trypetidae).......
Serica sp. (Scarabaeidae) -- -
Scotinophara lurida (Penta-
tomidae).
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae) -
CHILE
Insects:
Jalloides sanguineonototata
(Pentatomidae).
Leptoglossus chilensis (Corei-
dae).
Lygaeus alboornatus (Lygaei-
dae).
Nabis punctipennis (Nabidae)
Olethreutid -------------
Tortricid.- ----...-..-----
Do---. -------
Diseases:
Botrytis squamosa -------........--
Rh izocton ia bataticola --------
CHINA
Insects:
Aonidiella orientalist (Cocci-
dae).
Bruchus chinensis (Bruchi-
dae).
Chilo simplex (Asiatic rice
borer).
Do .-----.--------------..
Do. --.--.--.---..-...-...
Chionaspis yanonensis (Coc-
cidae).
Cylas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Do.------..-..-----------
Fiorinia nephelii (Coccidae) -
Fiorinia proboscidaria (Cocci-
dae).
Fiorinia theae (Coccidae)...
Formosaspisformosan us (Coc-
cidae).
D o----------_- .
Lepidosaphes camelliae (Coc-
cidae).
Lepidosaphes t u b e r c u I a ta
(Coccidae).
Mlorganella langispina (Cocci-
dae).
Odonaspis secret (Coccidae)._
Palaeopus costicollis (yam
weevil.
Parlatoria camelliae (Cocci-
dae).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
Do --. --- -- --- ---
D o ..--. ---..... .-. ...-- .
Do .-.....-------------.......----
D o .- ..-- -----------. ---


Oncidium ampliatum ma-
jus (orchid).
Schombvrgkia luedeman-
niana (orchid).

Citrus grandis (pomelo)-.-.
Gossypium sp. (cotton)-..--
Oryza sativa (rice).------
Spathoglottis sp. (orchid) -


Vitis sp. (grape) ---------
Packing for grapes...----
Excelsior packing for
grapes.
Vitis sp. (grape) ---------
Amygdalus persica necta-
rina (nectarine).
-.---do-------------
A mygdalus persica (peach).
A llium satiru m (garlic). -
Cucumis melo (melon) ....


Litchi chinensis (lychee).--
Bean--------
Case of merchandise with
rice straw packing.
Oryza satira (rice ) (straw
packing).
.---do---------------
Citrus sinensis (orange) ---
Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
do-. ------.. --
Litchi chinensis (lychee). -
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -
Citrus grandis (grapefruit) -
Bamboo- .-----------
- --_do. -.------....-...
Camellia sp -------------
Orchid ..- ------- -..-----. -
Citrus grandis (pomelo) ... -.
Bambusa sp. (bamboo) -. -
Dioscorea sp. (yam)..--.--
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -
.-- .do .-- .-----------..
-.do .------.---.------
Citrus sinensis (orange) --


1
6






3
1
I



1

1

1
i
1
S i






ii~~


1 ---
2 ---


California.
Do.*


New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.

New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Hawaii.*
Do.*
Washington.
Massachusetts.
Texas.
Hawaii.*
Do.*
Washington.
Hawaii.*
California.*
Washington.
New York.
Washington.
Do.
District of 0o-
lumbia.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
I assac husetts.
Washington.
California.*


15








16 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
I tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


CHINA-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Pseudaonidia duplex (camphor
scale).
Trypetid.--------------------
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides bicaudatus....-
Aphelenchoides parielinus-....
D o -------------- ---- ---
Bacterium citri -------
D o .----- -.-.--.. --- -
D o .---------- -... ------
Heratylus n. sp --. ---- --------
Phaeosphalrella ephedrae ------
Phonma citricarpa ---------
D o----- ------- ---------
Sclerotiurn rolfsii ---.---------
D o ------ --------- ----
Do ---------

Do ----------
D o .- ..- --.-.-- -. ---- -
Slilhum incafnalunm -.......----.-

D o .----- -.-.- ------. ---
CHRISTMAS ISLAND


Host


Camellia sp_ -----..- -----
Acanthopanax sp----------

Zingiber officinale (ginger)-
-- do---------------------
--. -- d o ---------- --- ------. -
Citrus grandis (pomrnelo) -
Citrus sinensis (orange)... -
__- d o .-- -.-.... .----
Zingiher officinale (ginger) -
Ephedra sp. (Mexican-tea).
Citrus sinensis (orange) ----
-.-- d o .. ------.-.-. --.-.-. -
Colocasia esculenta (taro) -
-.-- do -------.-... --- .---
Sagittaria sagillifolia (old-
world arrowhead).
--- do---------
Trapa sp------------------
Eleocharis tubercsa (water-
nut).
.--- do-----------


Insects:
Odonaspis ruthae (Coccidae)_ LJpturus reps. -----

COLOMBIA
Insects:
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc- Cattleya lrianae (orchid)__
cidace).
Do -------------------- Cattleya sp. (orchid)-----
Capaneasodiosus (Coreidae)- ---do---------------------
Cholus caitleyarum (Curcu- .-----do-------------------
lionidac).
'Cholus sp. (Curculionidae)_ Orchid--------------------
Clerada apicornis (Lygaeidae) Orchid debris ----
Conotracheluhs sp. (Curcu- Caltlcya mendelii (orchid)--
lionidae).
Curculionid------------------ Cattleya sp--------------
Eucactophagus weissi (Curcu- ---- do-------------------
lionidae).
Eucalandra setulosa (Curcu- Bamboo slats in case con-
lionidane). training wild Caiftleya sp.
Euryjtoma orchi idearu m (Eury- Cahtleya gigas (orchid) -----
tomrnidae).
Do------- ---- ----- Cattleyu trianae ------.-----
Do---------------------- Cahhleya sp-------------
Exptochiomera tumens (Ly- -----do---------------..--
gaeidae).
Furcaspisbiformis (Coccidae)- Cattleya gigas (orchid)-...
Do .-.---...-------------- Cattleya sp- .-----------.--
Do----------.----------- ----- do .--.....--...--------
Do ------------------ Rodriquesia secunda (or-
chid).
Htoplandrothrips reynei Cattleya dowiana (orchid)--
(thrips).
Iridomyrmex iniquus (ant)--- Cattleya sp--------------

Do---------- -------- Orchid------ Or


c
L,


1
1
1


. i

1

2
2
1
1
1

1


1

5
1
1
1
1
1

1

1
1

1

1
3

1

1
3
1


1
3

1


1
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1





















-- 1.


I..'..'


Collected in-


Washington.

District of Co-
lunmbia.
New York.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Washington.
California.*
Washington.
New York.
Do.
California.*
New York.
California.*
Washington.
California.*

New York.
California.*
Do.*

New York.



Hawaii.*


California.*

District of
lumbia.
Do.
California.*

District of
lumbia.
Washington.
Do.

District of
lumbia.
Do.
Do.

California.*
Do.*
District of
lumbia.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
District of
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*

District of
lumbia.
Do.


--I -








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate Sjate inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host C in-
1oCollected in-
name of pest

__M 03L L i


COLOMBIA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Iridomyrmex iniquus nigella
(ant).
Do----------- --------
D o------- ----.. -------
D o------. ---. --. --------.
Do ----------..-------
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Afinthea rugicollis (Lyctidae).
Monanus concinnulus (Cucu-
jidae).
Mfordellistena cattleyana (Mor-
dellidae).
Afordellistena chapini (Mor-
dellidae).
Mfordellistena sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
D o --- ------ -----------
D o ---------- ------ --
Neella floridula (Miridae) -
Pseudaonidia tesserata (Coc-
cidae).
Serious sp. (Elateridae) -------
Silranus vulgaris (Cucujidae).
Telephanus grossicornis (Cu-
cujidae).
Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae). -
D o .-- ---------. -------
Tineid .................------------
D o--------- --- ---- ----..
Do--------------------
Do------..----------- ---
Do.-..-------_ ----.----..
Do-------------.....--..
D o-----------...-. ..-- ..
D o.- ------. ---------- -..
Diseases:
Colletotrichum orchidearu m -..
D o---------- --. ---. ----.
Do-------- -------- --
Dendrodochium cattleyae --......
Gloeosporium bidqoodii ........
Gloeosporium cattleyae .......
COSTA RICA
Insects:
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae).
D o ---------. --....-.- ...
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
D o-------------- -..--..
Do--------------.......
Conotrachelus sp. (Curcu-
lionidae).
Furcaspisbiformia (Coccidae) -
Iridomyrmex iviquus nigella
(ant).
Leucaspis cockerelli (Cocci-
dae).
Do-------..----. ..
170314-39--3


Cattleya trianae (orchid) -
Caltleya sp --.------
---- do ..-----------..............
----- do --------------------
Orchid---.--------- ----
Musa sp. (banana)---
Cattleya sp ----------
-do---------------------d
--- -do ------....--
----do------------
Cattleya douiana (orchid)--
Cattleya sp-- ---------

---- do ------------
Cattleya sp. (orchid)-----

Mammea americana (ma-
mey).
Afiltonia sp. (orchid) ----
Cattleya sp. -----------
Orchid-----------------. -
Cattleya gigas (orchid)----]
Cattleya sp.. -----------
Cattleya trianae (orchid) -
Cattleya sp -------
do ----do-----------
. -- -d o --..----.-.- ..- ...... ..
Atiltonia debris -.-..-------
Oncidium sp. (orchid) -.
O rchid .-.. .- ......-... ..
Packing around orchids.. -
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ..---.
O rchid------. ------..-....
.I--do-..---------
Cattleya sp -----------
Odontoglossum harryanum
(orchid).
Cattleya sp ----------


Mfangifera indica (mango) -
Psidium guajava (guava) -
Brassavola nodosa (orchid).
Oncidium sp. (orchid)--.-
Orchid--. ---- ------
Coffea sp. (coffee)..------
Epidendru m atropurpureu m
(orchid).
Wild orchid--------------
Epidendrum atropur-
pureum (orchid).
Odontoglossu m sp. (orchid)


5 ----I-------


6
1


1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1I
3
1
I
1
1

1
1
3
1

1


I .... ....


1.----.---.... ---.


California.*


Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Florida.*
Washington.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
District, of Co-
lumbia.
Hawaii.*
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*


South Carolina.
Louisiana.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.


17


--- .....


---- ---- ----
- __ __ __ I __ __ __ __ I __ __ __ __







BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest Coected -
0 as S
WE) I
L. ^
U a S QO'G


COSTA RicA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Macrosiphum luteum (aphid).
Melamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do ---
fordcllistena sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
Platynota sp. (Tortricidae) ---
Pseudischnaspis bowreyi (Coc-
cidae).
Do-----.--------------
Telephanus costaricensis (Cu-
cujidae).
Telephanus melanchloru.s (Cu-
cujidae).
Diseases:
Uredo guacae. --------------
CUBA
Insects:
Aleurocanthus wuoglumi (cit-
rus blackfly).
Do ----------- -------
Aleurodicus cardini (white-
fly).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)-
)o ... .------...-..--- ..---
Do. ----------
Do----------------------
Do_

Aonidiella cocoliphagus (Coc-
cidae).
Do ---.--------------------
Do ---------
Do..............
Do --------
Do----------
Do----------
Asp;diotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Do----------
Do....................
Do..-----------
Do--------------------
D o -- ---------------
Do___. --................
Do------
Do. ...----.-------
Do -----....-....-
Aspidiofus herculeanus (Coc-
cidae).
Aspidiotus palmae (Coccidae).
Aspidiotu.s spinosus (Cocci-
dae).
Asterolecaniv m aureum (Coc-
eidae).
Do----------
Asterolecanium miliaris (Coc-
cidae).
Bephrata cubensis (Eurytom-
idae).
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae).


Orchid---..--------
Ananas sativus...........
Banana debris. -.-..-- .
Cattleya skinneri (orchid).
Dendrobium sp. (orchid).-
Cattleya skinneri (orchid) -
Epidendrum costaricensis
(orchid).
Herb--------- .
...--.do ------ -

Epidendrum sp. (orchid) -


Citrus auranfifolia (lime)--
Citrussp -- ------ -..----..
Psidium guajava (guava) -
Amygda/us communism (al-
mond).
Afangifera indica (mango)-
Psidium guajava (guava) --
Spondias mombin (hog-
plum).
Annona squamosa (sugar-
apple).
Cocos nucifera (coconut)_--
Ficus sp----------------
Palm ..-- ............... ..-
Phoenix dad ctylif/era (date)--
Roystonea regia (royal
palm).
Amygdalus communis (al-
mond).
Annona muricata soursopp)
A4nnona squamnosa (sugar-
apple).
Cocos nucifera (coconut) -
Alusa sp. (banana) --------
Palm -----.........
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Psidium guajava (guava)..
Roystonea regia (royal
palm).
Acacia sp ---------------
Livistona chinensis (.Chi-
nese fan palm).
Mlammea americana (ma-
Smey).
Brassia caudata (orchid)--..
Epidendrum plicatum (or-
chid).
Bamboo.---------------.
Annona muricata soursopp)
Vetch pod with rye straw
jacket.


I
1
I






1
I


2
2


1


District of
lumbia.
New York.
Louisiana.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Texas.
Do.


Co-



Co-


District of Co-
lumbia.


Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Louisiana.
Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*
District of
lumbia.
Florida.*
District of
lumbia.
Do.
Florida.*
Do.*
Louisiana.


Co-


Co-


18







June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-- Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


SVTnmhpr nf intpr-an._


Country of origin and
name of pest


CUBA-Continued
Insects- Continued.
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curcu-
lionidae).
Chrymnmphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Coccus piridift (Coccidae)......
Do------------.-----.-
Do--------------------
Do-------- -- ----
Do---------------
Do---- .. ---..-.-..--.-.-.
Crocidosema plebiana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do --..............
Cryptatermes brevis (termite)_.
Cplas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil)
Do--------. -------- ----
Diaphania sp. (Pyralididae)-.
Do-------------.. -----..
D o----- -....-. ......- ....
Do-------.----...--......
Diatraea saccharalis (sugar-
cane borer).
Ephestia sp. (Pyralididae).._
Do--.---.-----
Frankliniella cephalica(thrips)
Frankliniella cubenuis(thrips).
Do--.-.........- ....-
Do-----...--.-...-....
Do----..-..-.. ........
Do-----------...- ......
Frankliniella insularis (thrips)
Do----.-......-...- ....
Do ---.----...--....
Do -----.....-----------.........-
Franklinothrips mespiformis
(thrips).
Olyphonyxz fusculu (Elateri-
dae).
Gnorimoschema lycopersicella
(tomato pinworm).
OGrnaikothrip uzeli (thrips).__
Do..---------.-..............
Haplothrips gowdeyi (thrips) ..
Do-----..--..-........-
Helulae sp. (Pyralididae) ....
Do...---...- ...--
Do -- ---.--........
Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae).
Mlaruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Parlatoria crotonis (Cocci-
dae).
Parlatoriafluggeae brasiliensis
(Coceidae).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae)


Host


Brassica chinensis (Chi-
nese cabbage).
Achras sapota sapodillaa) -
Citrus auranifolia (lime). -
Citrus sp..................
Coffeasp__---
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
-----do .....................
Psidium guajara (guava) -
Hibiscus esculenl us (okra) -
---- do.....--.......... .. .
Ananas satir-us.....
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
-- do...................-
Benincasa hispida (hairy
squash).
Cucumis sativus (cucum-
ber).
Cucurbita maxima (squash)
.. do---------- ----
Saccharum officinarum.....
Ananas satiivus .......
-..do---. ....-- .........
Chrysanthemum sp ------..
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Aster sp ...............-...
Dahlia sp..................
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Rosasp --------------.....
Dianthus sp. (carnation) ..--
Mammea americana (ma-
mey).
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).
Rosa sp.-................
Brassica chinensis (Chinese
cabbage).
Acacia sp. ---------------
Lycopersicum esculentum..
Ficus indica (fig) ----
Ficus sp--------------...................I
Gladiolus sp.---_ ..
Rosa sp...................
Brassica ehinensis (Chi-
nese cabbage).
Brassica juncea (mustard).
Brassica nigra (black mus-
tard).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)-
Phaseolus lunatua macro-
carpus (lima bean).
Ananas sativrs_.....
Codiaeum sp. crotonn)..


Citrus sinensis (orange)._ --...
Citrus nobilis deliciosa I.--
(tangerine).


! tio:



hi -


4


1


4 -


a)
T

1
4
1
1
8

60
53


........ L


.1





2



1"i2

3
1
1
135
1
1


ns in-


U)
5 S
hi I-~
A
a o" W


I-I


~=~il- 'i'


1
1
1
4
i
1


1


1
.... 1


!2 1


- = -.1


I.


Collected in-


New York.
Florida.*
New York.
Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*
Louisiana.
Florida.*
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Florida.*
New York.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Louisiana.
New York.
Florida.*
Do.*
Do.
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.'
Do.*
New York.
Florida.*'
New York.


District of
lumbia.
Louisiana.
New York.
Florida.'
Louisiana.
Florida.*
New York.


Co-


Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Florida.*
Do.*


Co-


19








20 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Contin tied
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-


Country of origin and
name of pest


CUB .-Continued
Insects- Continued.
Phenacoccus gossypii (Cocci-
dae).
Phyllophaga analis (Scarabae-
idae).
Pieris brassicae (Pieridae)-...---
Piatynofa rostrana (Tortrici-
dae).
Do------------.--------
Platijpus rugulos8us (Platy-
podidae).
Prodenia sp. (Noctuidae)..
D o--------------------

D o-----------------------
Do -------------------
Do....------------------ -
Do ----- ------
Pseudaonidia te.gserata(Cocci-
dae).
Pseudococcus boninqis (Cocoi-
dac).
Do -------- -----------
Pyropus sapphirinus var.
(Curculionidae).
Stepha noderes brasiliensis
(Seolytidae).
Taeniothrips simplex (gladi-
olus thrips).
Targionia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Do--- ----
Targionia hartii (Coccidae)_ -
Do ------
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae).
Tortricid --------- -- --
Do-----------
D o.------- -..-- ..----..-
To.rotrypana curricauda (pa-
paya fruitfly).
Xyleborus propinquus (Scoly-
tidae).
Diseases:
Ceralostomella fimbriata ---.......-
Colletotrichum Ialcatu m...--..
Colletotrichu m tru ncatu m.....
Vermicularia capsici......
CURACAO
Diseases:
Uromyces fabae...............
CYPRUS
Insects:
Ceratitis capital (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Do---- --------
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Insects:
Anthonomus rectirosafris (Cur-
culionidae).
Bari.s lepidii (Curculionidae).


Hlost


Capsicum annuum-------.........
Anaans satirus.---------

Brassica chinensis (Chi-
nese cabbage).
Ananas salirus....----------
---- do -..-....- .-- ..... .
Cedrela sp. (log) -.-----.-
A4 nanas sativus...........
Brassica chinensis (Chi-
nese cabbage).
Brassica oleracea capitata-..-
Lycopersicum esculentum_.
.-. -- d o --- -- ---------------
Solarium melongena (egg-
plant).
Chalcas sp )...------..----------....
Saccharu mi officinaru m (on
top of box car).
Saccharum officinarum ---.....
Brassica chinensis (Chi-
nese cabbage).
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).
Gladiolus sp-
Ananas satirus............

----- do ---------------------
Dioscorea sp. (yam) ---....
.--.-do ----------
Saccharum officinarum.....
Ananas sat ivus...........
Capsicum annuum.........
Hibiscus esculentus (okra).
Carica papaya (papaya)---
Ananas satirus............

Xanthosoma sp. (malanga).
Saccharum officinarum ....
Phaseolus lunalus macro-
carpus.
Capsicum annuum.......


1.'icia sp. (vetch)..........


In case containing tan-
erines and oranges.
On paper wrapper of tan-
gerine.

Prunus avium (mazzard).--
Radicula armoracia (horse-
radish).


tions in-


I




4
4



1
2

1

3
" 3"


I I----l ----


Collected in-


New York.

Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.

Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Florida.*

Do.*

Do.*
New York.
Do.
Louisiana.
Florida.*
New York.
Florida.*
Pennsylvania.
Florida.*
Louisiana.
New York.
Louisiana.
Florida.*

Louisiana.

New York.
Florida.*
New York.
Louisiana.


New York.


Do.
Do.


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


...... ---








June 19381


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reporledfr'om July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continu ied

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

N umber of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest
rot i -
I- 3 i
0 -. S 0


CZECHOSLOVAKIA -Continued

Insects-Continued.
Bruthus brachialis (vetch
bnruhid).
D o --..---.--.--.........
D o ...... ...---.--. ...... .
Do ---...-----.--..----.......-
D o ....----........- .... .
D o ---..-.. ..-- ....- .....
D o -----.................

Do ---..----.---.---------
D o ... ..... .. ...........
Brucehus rufipes (Bruchidae) -.
D o -- ---.-.-...--.--..-.
D o ............... .. .... .
Liothrips vaneeckei (thrips) --
Pyrausta nubi/alis (European
corn borer).

DENMARK
Insects:
4 Anthonomus rerfiro.-tris (Cur-
culionidae).
Bruchidius ril/osua (Bruchi-
dae).
D o.------ -

D o.......................
Ceuitorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
C(rculio nucum (Curculioni-
dae).
Eurydema oleraceum (Penta-
tomidae).
Lecanium coryli (Coccidae).-

D o --- .. .. .
D o ................-- .....
Disease:
Aplahelenchoides parietinus.....
Aphelenchus avenue ..........

DOMINICA
Insects:
Coccus riridis (Coccidae) -
.Xyleborus affinis (Seolytidae)

DOMINiCAN REPUBLIC
Insects:
Anastrepha mombinpraeop-
tans (Trypetidae).
D o ---..... -..............
A pate monacha (Bostrichidae')

Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
D o -. -- -.. ........
Cirysomphalus dicyompermi
var. (Coccidae).
Chrysomphalus rossi (Coc-
cidae).
D o ---. --...---....- .....
Do-----.....------.-...........
Cylas formicarius (sweet-
potato weevil).
Do .__


Vicia ril/ina (hairy veteb).

...... do.. ...............
-- dn' ...................
.-. do ---. -. --. --.. ---...
d o -- - -
---- do....................
Vicia sp. (vetch) -------.-
do --..............--------------
......do .-. -... ..............
do -- ----------- -.. .... .
Vicia villoa (hairy vetch).
Vicia sp. (vetch).........
_. do .---.. -...-........--
Lilium sp. (lily)...... .. -
Holcus sorqhunm var.
broomcornn).


Prunus pads (European
bird cherry).
Cyutisus sp ................

Laburnum alpinum
(Scoteh laburnum).
Laburnum sp -...----......
Brassica rapa (turnip).. ..

Corylus aveltana (filbert)_.
Amorpha fruticosa (bas-
tard indigo).
Acer pseudopa'a n u q (syca-
more maple).
.Malus spectabilis ----
Populux yunnanensi.s -.---

Tulipa sp. (tulip)--------
Solanum tubero.,um .......


Citrus aurantifolia (lime).-
.Vlangifera indica (mango)-



- .-do ---------
Spondias purpurea (purple
mombin).
Swietenia mahogany (ma-
hogany).
Epidendrum truncatum
(orchid).
Oncidium sp. (orchlid)----.

Persea ameriranq (avocado)
Ionopsis satyrioidev (orchid)


5
3









2
1
1
1
1

1
1
1







I i .

1




2

1









2


1


1


Oncidium Ivridum inter- .-.----- 2
medium (orchid).
Oncidium variegatum ------. 1I
(orchid).
Ipomoea latatas (sweet- 2 ....
potato).
-..--do...-----------.................. ----.........


1 I




1



1

1


1


1 ----..I----


Puerto Rico.


21


Alabama.

Georgia.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
Virginia.
Alabama.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
Virginia.
Alabama.
New York.
Texas.
New York.
Do.



Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.
Pennsylvania.

New York.

Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Texas.


New York.
Massachusetts.



Puerto Rico.

Do.

Do.
Hawaii.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Hawaii.*
Do.*

Do.*
New York.








BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host nCollected in-
name of pest
0 ca 4.2 m
!- bt I.
03O S. 03L ~
W m C S
as ?


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC-Contd.
Insects-Continued.
Diaphania sp. (Pyralididae)-
Furcaspis biformia (Coccidae) -
Oalgupha IUtigSr (Cydnidae) -
Leucaspis coekerelli (Coccidae).
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Do-------.........
Pseudoparlatoria o.treata
(Coccidae).
Tenebroides transrersicollis
(Ostomidac).
Xyleborus confusus (Scoly-
tidae).
Diseases:
A phelenchoides parieltin us....
Ceratostomella fi mbriata ......
Colletotrichum cajani..........
Schizophyllum comm u ne......
DUTCH EAST INDIES
Insects:
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
DUiCH GUIANA
Insects:
Aaanectesis indecora (Pyra-
lididae).
DUTCH WEST INDIES
Insects:
Bephrata maculicollis (Eury-
tomidae). "
ECUADOR
Insects:
Annastrepha sp. (Trypetidac).
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) -.
Stenoma sp. (Stenonjidae) --.
Xylebhorus confitsus (Scoly-
tidae).
Diseases:
Sclerolium rolfsii..........
EGYPT
Insects:
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Curculionid...... .. .... ......
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
D o...... .
Do ......................
Diseases:
Bacterium citri...............
Do.......................
Plasmodiophora brassicae .....
Septoria citri.................

ENGLAND
Insects;
Agriotee sp. (Elateridae) ....
Do----.......... ---......
Do.-----------..--...--.


Chayofa edulis (bchayote) -..-
lonopsis utricularioides
(orchid).
Oncidium luridum inter-
medium.
Persea americana (avocado)
Gossypfum sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Gossypium sp. (cottonseed)
Cactus------------_-
Swietenia mahogani (ma-
hogany) (log).
Alangifera indica (mango).

Xanthosoma sp. (malanea).
--- do------- -...----.- ...
Cajanus indicus (pigeon
pea).
Swietenia sp. (mahogany)
(log).


Coffea sp. (coffee)-----....


(golden


inmuricata (sour-


8


Chrysophyllu m cainito
(star-apple).
Citrus limetta (sweet lime) _
Persea americana (avocado)
Cedrela odorata (cigarbox-
cedar).
Brass eia rapa (turnip) -....


Palm---------.-.........
Beta rulgaris (beet)---.....
Gossypium sp. (cottonseed)
.. do---------..------.
....do. ---------- ---
Citrus aurantifolia (lime)_.
...do-------------------
Brassica rapa (turnip) -. -..
Citrus limonia (lemon)...


Brassica rapa (turnip p....
Daucus carota (carrot) .....
Soil around roots of oak
tree.


1
I


1
4


New York.
Hawaii."
Do.*
New York.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.



Do.




Louisiana.




New York.



Do.
Do.
Washington.
New York.

Washington.


Maryland.
Georgia.
Alabama.
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
Do.


Texas.
Louisiana.
Massachusetts.


22


Cassia fist ula
shower).


Annona
sop).


1 .1 ---- I. .--


--- ---- ---








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive- Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in--
Country of origin and tost inn
^nani p^5J "1 Host W 1 Collected in-
Si- U5 122&
C3 cc< 3 -
C A CY-


ENGLAMD-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Anaphothrips orchidaceus fillonia sp. (orchid) -..---
(thrips).
Do ------------------ Phaius ashworthianus (or-
chid).
.4pion craccae (Curculionidae) Vicia sp. (vetch)-----
BJregmatothrips iridis (thrips). lriS sp.-- ------ -
Bruchildius villosus (Bruchi- Cytisus scoparius (Scotch
dae). broom).
Do------------. --------- Cytisus sp. (broom)......
Do------.--------------[.j U europaeuns (gorse)..
Brun us luteicornis (Bruchi- Vioa sp. (vetch)........
dae).
Bruchw ruftipea (Bruchidae) .--....do.----------------
Ceutorlhynhus pleurostigma Brausica campestris (ruta-
(turnip gall weevil), baga).
Do-.--------------.- -----do -------------------
Do.--.-------...---------. Brasica rapu (turnip).-...
Do ---------------------- do .-----------. -
Do---.---- -------- ----- do .----.-------- -- I
Do------. --- ------- ----- do --------- ---- ---
Do -----------...-------- --- do .--.. -.. -. .
Curcuiio venosus (Curcu- Que'cns sp. ,acorn) .. ..
lionidae).
Dialeurodes chittendeni (rho- Rhododendron sp ...---- ;
dodendron % hitefly'. .
Dia-.piw zamiae (Cocidae.) .. \[afacrozaini denieoni-. ..-
Do-.------------. -- --. i Zomia i'te.irifolia -. ---- -
Drymuv sy rati n i fLy- Bulh -----------... ------. i
aeidae).
Forfirula auriculariz (Euro- Package containin, car-
pean earwig). nations. asters, and
heather.
Hercinothripserrans (thrips). Cypripedivm sp. (nrchid)
Leperisinus fraxini (Scolyti- Fraxrinis sp. (ash ----.....--.
dae).
Lepidosanphes tvberculala Cymbidinm aleranderi (or-
(Coccidae). chid';.
Do---------.-----------. i Cymbidium steffi (orchid).
Do----------------- Cymbidium sp. (orchid)_.
Lepidasaphes tubulorum -----do --- ---------------
(Coccidae). I
Ludius sp. (Elateridae) --- -: Gardenia sp -..-------.---
Mlelanotus sp. (Elateridae).. Odontoglossum grande (or-


1
1
1
2
1


" "-


4





I -i
------1----



.- -. .

i

...... 1
I


-~- -
I 4





I-iii~
I I


2 '*


S1 ; -
I
1 I
I-
1; ....--......----
I
. I I .
1 1 .


ch id )., I 1 '
Merodon sp. (Syrphidae)... Lyroris sanguine .-.------.---.. 1 --
Mfieretus ericae (Curculioni- Calluna rulgaris (heather) -:...... 1
dae). I
Mayzua ornatus (aphid) ------.. A nacyelue sp ...-.------------ ---1 .- -
Do it
D o .----. --..--..- ..- ..... A .er --p. _. 1 -............... 1 .
Do.------.-------------. entiana cachemirica....... 1 --........
Do-----------.---------- Daisy-----.--.------ ------ ----.-- --
Do-..------.----------- Senecio cruentus (cine- ------ ---- ----
raria).
Do-.........------------------ Fio/a sp. (violet)----------...-....... --------.
Mysus polyanthi (aphid)-----.... PrimuIa sp. (primrose).---- -------... 1 -
Oinophila r-flara (Oinophili- In case of liquor --------. 1 .... -.......
dae).
Parthenothrips dracaenae Cypripedium sp. (orchid)-- 1 ..1..
(thrips).
Do ---------- --........... Palm...................... ...... .... ....
P h ilop hy U a h era clei (celery A p iu m graveolen s (celery ) ._ .. .... -- ....- I.
Psylliodes chrysocephala BrTssica rapa (turnip) ..-..................
(Chrysomelidae).
Do --------.-- ------.-----... do-...--------. -----.. -------- ....-....
Do-----..------------..--.... --do--.-------------- --.----.. ...


District of
lumbia.
Hawaii.*
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.


Co-



Co-


Co-


Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
:District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.


Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.


District of
lumnbia.
- ., New York.


--I


District of
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Hawaii.*
District of
bia.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbhia.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Do.


Do.
Do.
Do.


District of C
lumbia.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Louisiana.
New York.
Pennsylvania.


23








24 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


ENGLAND-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Rhizophagus ferrvgineus
(Rhbizophagidae).
Sitona sp. (Curculionidae...
Taeniothrips ericae (thrips)--
Thrips angusticeps (thrips)---
Thripsflavus (thrips) .----
Thrips nigaropilosus (thrips)_._
Tipula sp. (Tipulidae) ------
Tipulid .------------------
Tortricid ------... ------------
Do -----------

Do -----------
Do----------
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parietinus...
Coleosporium campanulae_ -
Colletotrich u n orchidearum --
Coryneum microstictum -------
Ditylenchus dipsaci, --------
Do ---------
Do ----------.--- --
Do -----------
Do -----------
Do -----------
Do--------------
Leptothyrium castaneae ------
Plasmodiophora brassicae -...-
Rhabdospora rarmealis --------
Do--- -------
Rhytisrna acerinum -_---
Sclerophoma strobiligena......
Sclerotinia fructigena..........
Sclerotinia gladioli -----------
Sphaerotheca mors-uvae.......
Uromyces fabae ------------
ESTONIA
Insects:
Bolitophagus reticulatus
(Tenebrionidae).
ETHIOPIA
Diseases:
Colletotrichum ra rn in icol u 7-7
FINLAND
Insects:
Coleophora sp. (Colenphnri.
dae).

FRANCE
Insects:
Anuraphis cynariella (aphid)
Apion cirduorum (Ciirculion-
idae).
Apion ochropus (Curculioni-
dae).
Do ...---...- ..- .....


Host


Iris sp.................. ---------------. I.. .-....


Erica sp. (heath).....
Aster sp ------------------
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Papaver sp. (poppy)-----

do -.- -- ---- ---
Soil around plants -----..-
fleliopsis sp---------------
A pium graveolens (celery) _
ITeliopsis sp-. -. -
Pittosporum sp----
Tsuga helerophylla (west-
ern hemlock).
Daucus carota (carrot) -..
Campanula sp. (bell-
flower).
Orchid--------
Rosa odorata (tea rose) -. -
A Ilium cepa (onion) ------
Brassica rapa (turnip) ..
Helenium sp. (sneeze-
weed).
Iris sp......................
Narcissus sp --- ---
-----do -----------
Solanum tuberosum ..-.---
Quercus sp-.- -----------
Brassica rapa (turnip)-----
Rubus fructicosus..........
Ruhus sp ----.. ---........
Acerpseudoplatanus (syca-
more maple).
Pinus montana mughus
(mu.-ho pine).
Mlaous sylveslris (apple)-
Gladiolus sp -----------
Ribes sp. (gooseberry)..-.
Vicia sp. (vetch)--------..


Wood --------------..



Grass leaves used as pack-
ine.

Reft/a intermedia..........



Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
--- do-..------------
Vicia sp ---...----...-


1
1
1'
1"


1
1


.------ 1


1
1


.i ..


Iii IIII III


-- 1


Collected in-


District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Do.


Co-


District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvanii,.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.


Do.



Do.


Distrif t of
lumbia.


New York.
Do.
Alabama.
Illinois.


Co-








June 19381


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, 1o June 30, 1938,
inclv sive- Con t inued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


FRANCE-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Apion potmonae (Curculioni-
dae).
D o ..-- -------------
D o ... --.. -.... -----. ---- -
D o .------.. ....- ......-
D o -. -------. -
D o. --.--. -----.. ----. -- -
D o .-- ..- ....--- .-.-.-.- .
Afthoussp. (Elateridae) .

SAutographa sp. (Noctuidae).

Baris sp. (Curculionidae). -
Breginatothrips iridis (thrips)-

Bruehidius lividimranus var.
(Bruchidae).
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchi-
dae).
Bruchuis afifmi, (Bruchidae). --
BruchuR brachialis (vetch
bruchid).
BruchusA emarginatus (Bru-
chidrse).
Do -.- -- ---
Bruchu. laticollis (Bruchidae)
Bruchu.s IuvPicornis (Bruchi-
dae).
D o .. ........-.-... .
D o --- --.-..... -.. ---...-
Do ...------.-------.. ----
Do ------- ... --... -...-.-..
Bruch us rufipes (Bruchidie) -.

D o .-- .--.-.-.- ..-- ..---- .
Do

Do.-.---------------. -
Do ----.---------. ------.
Bruchus tristis (Bruehidae) -.
Ceratitis capitals (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
C'-uorhVnc.Fus p/eurustigmz,
(turnio gall weevil).
Do ----.- ------------- -
(Chilo simpler (Asiatic rice
borer).
('otophora sp. (Coleophori-
dae).
Depr.ssaria sp. (Oecophori-
dae).
Helophorus ruQosus (Hydro-
phylidae).
Jridomyrmex melleus (ant) ....
Do ..------------------.....
I iolhrips vaneeckei thripsp) -. .

Do--. ------
D o --. .-- ----. --..........
-Meies pallidipennis (Cur-
r-ulionidac).
Afyzus ornaltus (aphid) ......
\apomyza laleralis (Agromy
zidae.
Phy/tltreta nigripes (Chryso-
melidae).
Plaitypus australis (Platypod-
idae).
170314-39--4


Host







Vicia sp ------------ _---

----.do-
... d o ... .................
.- -d o --- --- .- --- --
-d o - --- -
-.- do------- ..... .
. .d o . .

Moss packing of orchid
plants.
Lactuca satira longifolia
(Romaine lettuce).
Brassica rapa (turnip)._-
Iris sp----------------

CylisiIssp p---------.--.--

Spartium juneeumn (Span-
ish broom).
Lathyrusi tuberosu -.---.---
Vicia rillnsa (hairy votch) -

Lathyrus ochrus--------

S'icia peregrina ---------
V'icia sp. (vetchK, _
'iCM an7iustifoli.-7.-_----_-

l'icia sp. (vetch) --------
d o -. .- ,
.----do ------------ --
.-.. d o _. ..
S'iria Wativa (vetch) ... ..- -

-----do -----------
Vicia sp. (vetch) -------
.----do -----------
.do. ....
-.. do -----------
Lathruas tatifolius (ever-
lasting pea).
In carton with pe-iches- ...

Brassica rapa (turnip). -..

.. (1do0- -------
Oryza sativa (rice) ---------


C
I-J





3



1
1

6
1
1
1


1
1
1


3
1
1

2
1
51
1


Rubuw sp .-------------.--


Cynara scolymuq (globe
artichoke).
Brassia, rapa (turnip).....

Laeliocattleya hybrid .. -----
Phalaenop.si sp. (orr-ehid) -
Lilium candidvm (Ma-
donna lily).
Lilium sp. (lily).-..--..
---- do- -.-----------
.Juglans sp. (walnut) -----

Rosa sp.....- ...... .---
Ciwforium intybu' (wit-
loof).
Mialus sylvestris (apple)..

Log-----_-.... ---------


1
1
1

1
1
1



1

1


~I.


Is


Collected in-

I






.... Alabamrna.

.- Illinois.
-... Louisiana.
--..- Massachusett'.
-- New York.
---- Pennsylvania.
---. Puerto Rico.
---- Hawaii.*

1 New York.

1 Do.
--.- District of Co-
lumbia.
--- Do.

--- Do.

Do.
S Do.

Do.

S Do.
Louisiana.
New York.


Illinois.
Massachusett s.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Alabama.
Louisiana.
New York.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumibia.
New York.

Do.

Texas.
Michigan.

New York.

Do.

Do.

Hawaii.*
Do.*
New York.

Do.
Pennsylvania.
Virginia.

New York.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Virginia.


Co-


25


---- ---- ---

---- ---- ---

---- ---- ---
---- ---- ---








26 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive- Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest C

M? S I
r.0 2 3 B 0y


FRANCE-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Psylliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Do----- --.. ----
Do----.-- -----
Sciara fenestralis (Myceto-
philidae).
Sitona sp. (Curculionfdae)-

Thrips angusticeps (thrips) -
Do----------------
Tychius quinquepunctatus
(Curculionidae).
Do---------..................
Diseases:
Aphelenchoide. parietinus-...
Aphelenchus avenae...........
Ditylenchus dipsaci -----.---
Exobasidium vaccinii -.-.----

Hormodendron cladosporioides.
Kuehneola uredinis... ------
Leptosphaeria heterospora-....-
Phyltachora trifolii..... -
Pucdcinia buxi....------
Septorta alliorum. ....
Uromyces fabae---------
Do--------
Vermiculariia litacearum ..--
GERMANY
Insects:
Anthonomus rectirostris (Cur-
culionidae).
Apion pomonae (Curculioni-
dae).
Do --------------
Do------------.--------
Bruchus affi nis (Bruchidae) -
Bruchus brachialis (vetch
bruchWd).
Do --------
Do-----.. .. ----------
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae).
Ceutorhynehus pleuro.tigma
(turnip gall weevil).
Curculio nucum (Curculioni-
dae).
Ernobius abietis (Anohiidae)-.

Do-------------------
Do--......--------
Do-------------------.
Do--.....-....... ....-
Frankliniella intonsa (thrips).
Oastrodes abietum (Lygaei-
dae).
Oastrodes ferrugineus (Lygae-
idae).
Hypera postica (alfalfa weevil)
Ips typographus (Scolytidae).
Laspeyresia strobilella (Ole-
threutidae).
Lecanium coryli (Coccidae)_.
Do.- ----------


Brassica rapa (turnip) .. -
.-----do-------... ------
-..--do_.-----------
-do--------------------
Trifolium pratense (red
clover).
Lactuca satira (lettuce).. -
Lactuca sativa longifolia
(Romaine lettuce).
Vicia sp. (vetch)..-------

----------- ------------d
Hyacinthus sp------------
Cyclamen sp. -------------
Hyacinthus sp -------------
Azalea indica (indica aza-
lea).
Lycopersicum esculentum.._
Rubuas sp-----......--------
Iris sp------------------
Trifolium sp. (clover)---.
Burus sp. (box)-----------
Allium porrum (leek) -...
Vicia sp. (vetch)-------
- o----------------
Iris sp ----------------


Prunus avium sylvestris -...-
Vkia sp. (vetch)--------
.-----do- -------...........---....
....- do ...d-----------------
Lathyrus sp ---------------


1
1

1
"2


1

35



1

. 1

2
1


Viciasp. (vetch)--------- ----.-
----- do ---.------------ ----
... do -------------- ----
..-.- do .- -. -- ..---.--------. 1
Brassica rapa (turnip)..--- ---.
Corylus sp. (hazelnut) --- ----
Picea excelsa (Norway ----
spruce).
Picea sp. (spruce)------- -----
----- do-------.----- --- --- -
.. do--------------------- ------
Pinus sp. (pine).------- ----
Aster sp .--------------- ----
Picea sp. (spruce)------- ------
-.-.-do-- ------- --..................


Medicago satira (alfalfa) _-.
Pinus sp --------------
Picea sp.---------------


Alnus maritima (seaside I----
alder).
Cornussanguinea mietzschi ----


F: _.I..


....----


- -I -- -


Louisiana.
New York.
Texas.
New York.
Pennsylvania.

New York.
Do.
Do.
Washington.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Illinois.
New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.

Do.
Illinois.


New York.
Texas.
District of
lumbia.
Do.


Co-


New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.







June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host I Collected -
name of pest

a sd
I -1- -1


GERMANY-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Leucaspis loewi (Coccidae)...
Afcrelue ericae (Curculioni-
dae).
Neuroteru albipes (Cynipi-
dae).
Pityogenes chalcographus
(Scoolytidae).
Pfaiognalhus chrysanthemi
(Miridae).
Serica brunnea (Scarabaeidae)
Sitona sp. (Curculionidae)--..
Taeniothrips ericae (thrips) -
Tipula sp. (Tipulidae) -------.....
Trirnymus pereginus (Coc-
cidae).
Diseases:
Aphelenchoidea fragariae......
Aphelenchoides limberi..------
Aphelenchoides parietinus -
Do ------------- ---.. --.
Aphelenchus arena -.---.-----
Cephalobus persegnis ---------
Dscella carbonacea...-..
DityLetchu dipsaci ...--------
D o --------- -----------
D o---------- ----------
Erysiphe umbelliferarum ......
Gloeoda pomigena .....
Macrophoma candollei........
Pestafozzia funerea -----------
Phaomopsis conorum m var. navi-
culispora.
Phragmotrichum chailetii.....
Phiyllosticta aucrswaidii. .-_
Pratylenchus pratenis .......
Puccinia phragmitia-....
Ramularia tulasnei ...........
Rhytintma acerinum.__....
Sclerophomna strobilige na.....
Stptoria citri. --------------
Sporonema oxycocci......
Sporonema strobilin um.......
D o .. . .
Tylencaus filiformis. ------
Uromyces fabae...............
Vermic.ularia rarians .........------
VerticiUlium albo-atrum ......
Volutella buri...l .....
Insects: GMRECE
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
D o _- - -
Do.--- ----...........

Do.......................


Pinus sp....-------.------
Calluna vulgaris (heather)-
Quercus sp. (oak)--- ----
Pire bark strips on peat
MOSS.
Medieago sativa (alfalfa)-.. -
Soil around roots of rho-
dodendron plants.
Daucus carota (carrot) -----
Calluna vulgaris (heather).
Soil around roots of edel-
weiss plants.
Ha uworthia fasciata ........

Convallaria majalie (lily-
of-the-valley).
Dahlia sp------------------
Araucaria excelsa (Norfolk-
Island-pine).
Conrallaria majalis -------
...-- do-..----------------- I
.....do----------------
Salx sp. (willow)..-----
Conralta ia majalis........
Sotanuim tuberosumin-.---.--i
.....d o ..-. -------- -.-
Pastinaca satieva (parsnip)-
Malus sylrestris (apple). -
Buxus sempervirens (box) -
Pseudotsuga tazifolia
(douglas fir).
Picea excetsa (Norway
spruce).
.- -do----- ...---- --- ---.
Buz us semperrirens (box) ..
Convallaria majalis (lily-
of-the-valley).
Phragmites communis
(reed grass).
Fragaria sp. (strawberry)-
Acer palmatum (Japanese
maple).
Picea excelsa (Norway
spruce).
Citrus sinensis (orange) -.
Vacciniumn sp. (cranberry).
Picea ecelsa --------------
Pleu sp. (spruce) --------
Araucaria excelsa (Nor-
folk-Island-pine). \
Vicdasp. (vetch)..--------
Solarium tuberosu m ----.......-
Dahlia sp... ---------------
Burus semperrirens (box).

Cjdonia oblonga (quince)..
Punica granalum (pome-
granate).
In basket containing
quinces and pomegran-
ates.


On paper wrapper around....
Speeches.


I


I
1
~~~~1~*
8


-- --37 ----


1


I~I)LII


iii silly


Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.-
Virginia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia,
Do.
New York.
Do.
California.*

New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania. -1
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
District of Co-
lumbia. in
New York.

Do.
Do.
Do.


Do.


27








28 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Conti n tied

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


GREECE-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Cryptoblabessp. (Pyralididae)
Elater sp. (Elateridae) --.....
Myelois sp. (Pyralididae)----.

Olethreutid ---------
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae) ---
Do--- ---------
Do.---.------------
Pollivia polling (Coccidae) ----
Pqeuviococcus boninsis (Cocci-
dae).
Diseases:
Botrylis allii ------------------
GRENADA
Insects,
Pectlnophora gossypiella (pink
bollhvorm).

GNUADELOUPE
Insects:
Vinsonia ,tellifera (Coccidae)-
G ULrATEM ALA
Insects:
Acanthoderes circumfleza
(Cerambycidae).
I. pidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Aspidiotuspalmae (Coccidae)_
Cypariuif trrminale (Scaphi-
diidae).
Earycipitia restitus (Miridae)-
Do ---------
Forficula auricularia (Euro-
pean earwig).
Furcappis biformis (Coccidae).
D o, ------- ------- -- -- ---
Hapiothrips oowdeyi (thrips)
Ligyrocoris oblitus (lygaei-
dae).
Mlacrosiphum luteum (a phid)_
Do ---------------

Do.... ...--------- --

Do -------- --.----

Afearnmasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do. -----------
Do._-----------
Mefamas8ius sericeus carbona-
rius (Curculionidae).
Do--------................---
1fordellistena caltleyana (Mor-
dellidae).
Afordellistcna sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
Platypus emarginosus (Platy-
podidac).
Platypus rugvulosus (Platy-
podidae).
Pycnarthrum lambottei (Sco-
lytidae).
Silrtanus rulgaris (Cuciijidae)_


Host


I -


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0
I-


Punica graiatum .......... --
Soil around iris rhizomes.. ..
Punica granatum (pome- --
granate).
Cupressus sp. (cypress) --- ------
Maluis sylveetris (apple) ..--.
Olea europaea (oliv-e) ............

Pyrus corn munis (pear) ..-...---
Olea europaea ---------- ----..
Saccharum o*ficinarium........

Ailium cepa (onion)-----. 1


Gossypium
seed).


(cotton-


Afangifera indicei (man-o)_


Tabebuia donnell-smithii
(primavera) (log).
Cocos nucifera (coconut)---

-----do -----------
Oncidium cari'endishianurm
(orchid).
.---do-- ------------
Oncidium splendidum
(orchid).
Eugenia axiliaris (guaya-
can) (log).
Cattleya area (orchid)...
Cattleya trianae (orchid)
Sta/ice sp. (thrift')---------
Oncidium sp. (orchid) -
Bras-ia rerrucosa (orchid).
Epidendrum vitetlinum
(orchid i.
On cidiu mn carvendishianum
(orchid).
Orchid --------------

B1anana debris--------.........--

..do ---------------------
Musa sp. (banana)------
Banana debris-----------
Musa sp. (banana) ------.
Oncidi;tm sp. (orchid)-...---
Cattleya sp. (orchid)..----
Tabebuia donnell-smithii
(primavera) (log).
-.-.do ..- ------------
--- do ..................

.....-do .......- ....-.....- -


1
I
1

1

1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1


IL''' 1


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.


Massachusetts.



Piieri.o Rico.


New York.

Louisiana.

Do.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*

Do.*
Do.*
Texas.
District of Co-
lumnbia.
California.*
Do.*
Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.

Texas.
Maryland.
Texas.


Maryland.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.

Do.
Do.


Co-


Do. *









June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


Host


GU ATEMALA-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae). -I Persea americana ('avocado)
Tineid ---------..--------- Odontogloss.um grande (or-
chid).
Xenomyrmne slolli meirconus Oncidium rarfndishiannm
(ant). (orchid).
Xesiocoris collins (Lygaei- Oncidium sp. (orchid)__..
dae).
Xyleborus affinis (Scolytidae). Tqbenia donnell-ismnithii
I (primavera) (log).
Xyleborus confusus (Scolyti- l..-do.------------------.
dae).
Xyleborus propinqiuus (Sco- .... do..-------------------
lytidae).


Diseases:
Cercospora musae .........---------.
Colletotrichu m orchidearu m. .

Do----------------------

Do---------------- --------

Do-----------------
Gloeosporium oncidii -------

D o ----- ---------- -- ----

Do --------------- -
Helerosporium echiniflatum- -
acrophoma orchidicola --.....--
Physalospora orchidearum.....
GUERNSEY
Diseases:
Ditylenchus dipsaci-----------

HAITI
Insects:
Anastrepha momnbinpraeoplans
(Trypet idae).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)-
FTankliniella insularis (thrips)
Xyleborus affi n is (Scolytidae)

HAWAII
Insects:
Adoretus sinicus (Scarabaei-
dae).
Amorbia emigratel/a (Tor-
tricidae).
Aanidiella inornala (Cocci-
dae).
Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae)_
D o -. ---- ---- -- -
Do--.----------.. --.--.. I
Do .-- ----------------..
Ceratitis capitalaa (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
D o--------------------
D o.- -----------------
D o ---- --. ----------.
Ceroplastes rubens (Coccidae)
Chrysomyza demandala (Otiti-
dae).
Clerada apicicornis (Lygaei-
dae).


Musa sp. (banana) ----
Oncidium carrndishianum
(orchid).
Oncidiurn spltndidum (or-
chid).
Orchid -----------------
Rlanhopru wardii (orchid)
Oncidiuin bicallosum (or-
chid).
Oncidium leucochilu m (or-
chid).
Orchid------------------
Dianths sp. (carnation)..
Stannhopea wardiu (orchid). -
Oncidium carendishiunum
(orchid).

Varcissus sp -----------


Mangif ra indica (mango)-
---. do ...--.--------------.
Rosa sp .---.-- ------------
Mangifera indica----------


Rosa sn .-...----.---------

.-..- do-----------------..............--
Piper beetle (betel pepper)-.

Cascara sagrada cascaraa) -
Cassia fistula (rgolden-
shower).
. -. do -- ----- ---
Cassia sp ---------- --.
Capsicum annuum (bell
pepper).
Coffea sp. (coffee)---------
MAlangifera indica (mango)_-
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Aly/ia oliratformis (mailei
Soil .- -.. .. ......-.-.. .


1
1
"1
1



4

-_ 4

.)
1


1 1


1
1




1


5


-1 --
------I ~


- .. 1





t 1
I )t


=', A
a- I
S I
5o w


---- -. u-.
S- i 1 1 ----


- --.do ----------- --- --- 1-
I


- I



1


Collected in-


Pennsylvania.
California.*

Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.

Do.

Massaciuset ts.
California.*

Do.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
Californii.*
Do.*
Do.'

Do.*
Texas.
California.*
Do.*


Massachusetts.


Maryland.

Florida.*
New York.
Maryland.


California.*

Do.*

Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Washington.
California."
Guam.

California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*


29








30 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest
I -! b, "I


HAWAII-Continued
In sects-Continued.
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) .--
Do-.-.------------........----
Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (white-
fly).
Diocalandra taitensis (Tahi-
tian coconut weevil).
Ereunetis flavistriata (sugar-
cane bud worm)
Ilaplothrips gowdeyi (thrips) -
Do --------------
Do ----..--...........
Do-----------
Do..------...--..-......
Do-----------
Do ---------
Lampides baetica (Lycaeni-
dae).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Lepidosaphes uniloba (Coc-
cidae).
Leucaspis cockerelli (Cocci-
dae).
Maruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
Do --------------
Phenacaspis eugeniae (Cocci-
dae).
Plagiolepis mactavishi (ant) ---
.Pseudaonidia clavigera (Coo-
cidae).
Do ------------ --
Do ---------------
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Coc-
cidae).
Ripersia palmarum (Cocci-
dae).
Sternochetats mangiferae (man-
go weevil).
Do----------------
Taeniothrips hawaiie'nsis
(thrips).
Do----------------
Do---------------
Do --------- ---------
Do-------------------
Taeniothrips simplex (gladi-
lus thrips).
Tineid ----------.................
Diseases:
Uromyces alyxziae ---------
HONDURAS
Insects:
Anastrepha sp (Trypetidae)--
Do-----------------
Brentus anchorage (Brenti-
dae).
Brentus armiger (Brentidae)--
Brentus mezicanus (Brenti-
dae).
Cosmopolites sordidus (ba-
nana root borer).
fMetamasius sp. (Curculioni-
dae).


Coffea sp. (coffee) --------.-
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
.---.do-.....----.---.
Cocoa nucifera (coconut)--
-...- do-.. -----........--.....
Calotropis gigantea.........
Canavaliasp -.............
Dianthus sp. (carnation) -
Flower leis -------------
Oomphrena globosa (globe-
amaranth).
Jasminum sambac (Arabi-
an jasmine).
Solidago sp. (goldenrod)-.-.
Canavalia sp ----------
Codiaeum sp. crotonn) ----
Alyxia olivaeformis (maile)._
Hylocereus undatus (cac-
tus).
Canavalia sp... -------.--.
Dioclea violacea --------
Cocos nucifera (coconut) --
Ornamental plant---- I
Bougainvillea sp-------........
Hibiscus sp ----------
PL u meria sp. (frangipani) -
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Cocos nucifera (coconut) -
Mangifera indica (mango) -
--.-do --------------
Canavalia sp------------
Dianthus sp. (carnation) ---
Flower leis -------...........
Gladiolus sp ---------..........
Gomphrena globosa (globe-
amaranth).
Dianthus sp. (carnation)--.
Ananas sativus --.--.--.
Alyizta oltvaeformis mailee) -


Mangifera indica (mango) -
-----do -------------
Tabebuia donnell-smithii
(primavera) (log).
--.-do-----------------
----do---------------
Mtfusa sp. (banana) (root).. -


5 ---


8
















1.. "
1



1
1


-.- do ...... ------------I-


1




1

2


! 1


California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Washington.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Washington.
California.*


Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

SNumber of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host a Collected in-
name of pest b &.
o c 3 0
So~ ; fl y<<


HONDURAS-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Stenoma sp (Stenomidae) -----
Targiwnia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Do..---------------------
Xyleborua confusus (Scolyti-
dae).
Do.-- -------.--------

Diseases:
Cercoapora musae ----------
HUNGARY
Insects:
Aelia acuminata (Pentatomi-
dae).
Bruchus brachialis (vetch)
bruchid).
Do--------------------
Do--------------------- -

Do---------------------
D o---------------------- -
Do- ---- ----------- -
Do -------------------- -
Do-------------------
Do ..---...............------------
Do ...........--------------------- -
Do......................
Do.-- --------------- -
Do --------------- -
Do --------------- -
Do ---- ---- -------.------ -
Bruchus rufipeB (Bruchidae)-_
Do -------------
Do ------
Do---- --------
Do -------- .
Do-------- ----------- -
Do -------
Do ----------------- -
Bucculatriz sp. (Lyonetiidae).
Chaetopsis julviJrons (Ortali-
dae).
Euruygaster hottentotus (Pen- .
tatomidae).
Pyrausta nubilalis (European
corn borer).
Sitona sp. (Curculionidae)_-..
Diseases:
Fusicladium depressum ----.-
Gloeodes pomigena........_.
INDIA


Insects:
Adiacodiaspis tamaricola (Coc-
cidae).
Aonidiella orientalis (Cocci-
dae).
Callosobruchus ch i n e nsis
(Bruchidae).
Do-------................---------
Do. ----------
Caryedonfuscus (Bruchidae) -_


Persea americana (avoca-
do).
Anaas satiou ----------
Saccharum officinarum.....
Swietenia mahogani (ma-
hogany) (log).
Tabebuia donnell-smithii
(primavera) (log).

Musa sp. (banana) .----


Vicia villosa (hairy vetch) -

Vicia sativa (vetch) --------
Vicia villosa--...-----.----
....do ..........-- ...----
-.- do--.----------------
...do----- --------------
-.-do --------------------
....do --.---------- -----
Vicia sp. (vetch)---------

.--- do -- ---------
--- do-------------------
-.--do ---------. --------..
--- do ..-------------
....do -------------
--.-do---- ----------
Vicia sativa (vetch) --------
Vidcia Uillosa (hairy vetch).
Vicia sp. (vetch)---------

.--- do -. -------
.--- do ----------------------
---- do .-.-----------
---- do -------
--. do---- ---------
Mespilul sp_ -------------
Vida sp. (vetch) -----

---- do-.--------
Holeus sorghum var.
(broomcorn).
Vicia villosa (hairy vetch) -
Foeniculum sp. (fennel) -
Malus syivestris (apple) ----


Tamar sp ------------


Dalbergia sisaoo (shisham) ...
Pisumsp... ------------- -----
Mixed grain-------- -- -
Mixed grain and paddy ..----
rice.
Cassia fstula (golden- I
shower).


rL~~zI~L.


1IL~II...


1 -..---


1


9

1
4
1
7

2
1
3
4
1
3
1
1

S
2
1
5
1
1

1

1
2
1
1


.I I -. -


New York.
Do.
Louisiana.
Do.
New York.

South Carolina.


Louisiana.

Pennsylvania.
Alabama.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Georgia.
Maryland.
New York.
Virginia.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
South Carolina.
Virginia.
New York.
Alabama.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.

Do.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Do.


Co-


Hawaii.*
Massachusetts.
Do.

New York.


31








32 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


INDIA -Continued
Insects-Continued.
Cylas Jormicarius (sweet-
potato weevil).
Dialeurodes citri (citrus white-
fly).
Dicrepidius sp. (Elateridae) .---
E laterid---. ------------------
Episcaphula delongala (Eroty-
lidae).
Lophocateres pusillus (Siam-
ese grain beetle).
Parlatoriacinerea (Coccidae)-
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae) -
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus
(Coccidae).
Pseudococcus theaecola (Coe-
cidae).
Ptinus fectus (Ptinida)-.__..
Diseases:
Fuiisicladiu m deprtssu m.-----..
Mycosphaerella calceoli (?)---
Physalospora orchidearu m.. -...-
Rhizoctonia bataticola. ---
IRE.LAND
Insects:
Acalypla parrula (Tingiti-
dae).
Apion pomonae (Curculioni-
dae).
Apion ulicis (Curculionidae)-
Forficula auricularia (Euro-
pean earwig).
Laspeyresia sp. (Olethreuti-
dae).
Lecanium coryli (Cocc i d ae)_ _
Afec'ius pyraster (Curculioni-
dae).
MAegophthalmus scanicus (Ci-
cadellidae).
a1icrelus ericae (Curculioni-
dae).
Orthezia cataphracta (Cocci-
dae).
D o -.... .. ... .. .. ... ..
Do----------------
D o -- - -
L7opa reticulata (Cicadelli-
dae).
Diseases:
Sclerotinia gladioli.-.-..-
Vermicularia variants ---......
ITALY
Insects:
Agallia venosa (Cicadellidae)..
Agriotes sp. (Elateridaej) --..
Anuraphiacynarie/la (aphid)-.
Apion carduorum (Curciili-
onidae).


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Rost


Ipomnoea batatas


(sweet- ---..-


potato).
Cinnamonunm farnala......--
Cymbidium lowianum (or-
chid).
Cymbidiumn eburneum (or-
chid).
Cymnbidium lowtianum. .-__
Mixed grain and paddy
rice.
Citrus linmonia (lemon)...--
Eriohotrya japonica (lo-
quat).
Vanda teres andersonii (or-
chid).
Hedychiu min gardeneria n u m
(Indian ginger-lily).
Cymrbidiumin lowianum (or-
chid).
Foeniculuni. ilgare (fen-
nel).
Cymibidiumin giganteum ('or-
chid).
Cymbidium eburneum (or-
chid).
Ipomoea sp---------------


Calluna vilgaris (heather)'-
.Viria sp. (vetch) ----------
Ulex sp. (furze)...---------
Callu na nvulgaris .........
Ulex sp. (furze)-------........---
Populus rernirubens.......
Malus sylvestris (apple) -.
Trifoliu m repens var.
(shamrock).
Soil around heather----.-
Soil and moss used as
packing for shamrocks.
Trifolium repens var------

.-- do ----------------
Soil around roots of rose
Sbush.
Gladiolus sp--------------
Sola n ulm tuberosum -------


Mentha sp. (mint)..-----.
Daucus carola (carrot) -...-
CynaTa scolymus (globe
artichoke).
-.-do.---.- .-----.--


2
1
1


1
1




1

1
1


1


1




1

1
1
1


1


...: .


Collected in-


Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*

New York.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumnibia.

New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumrbia.
New York.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Massachusetts.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Massachusetts.


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.


------ I ---- I ---- I ----
------ ---- ---- ----
------ ---- ---- ----








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked % ith an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


ITALY-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Apion pomnonae (Curculioni-
dae).
D o .--- -..-- .. .-
Aspidiotus spinosus (Cocci-
dae).
Asterolecanium Ihesii (Cocci-
dae).
Brachycerus sp. (Curculioni-
dae).
Bruchidius lividimanus (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchi-
dae).
Bruchus brachialis var. (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchus brachialis (vetch bru-
chid).
Bruchus laticollis (Bruchidae).
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchi-
dae).
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae)
Bruchus signaticornis (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchus tristiculus (Bruchi-
dae).
D o ------------------
D o -. -- ---- -...
Bruchus tristis (Bruchidae)-..-
D o--- --------------. ----.
D o .-- --.- -- -- -- ---
D o----------------------
Bruchus viciae (Bruchidae) -
Bucculatrix sp. (Lyonetiidae)
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
D o---------------------
D o ------ ---- ------- -.
D o -------- ---. -----.. ....
D o--- ----- -- ---------
D o-- ----------------.. ...
D o--- ----------------..-.
D o -------------------....
D o .-- -- .- ..- .. .
Do ------------------....
Do ---------.----------........
D o .-- ---.-----.. -.-.. -

D o .-.. ....- .. ..----- ....-


D o ---. -- --- ------- --.....
D o ----------............-
Do .----------
Ceroplastes rusci (Coccidae)--

D o----- -- --- -- ------ -
Ceutorhynchus quadridens
(Curculionidae).
170314-39--5


Host


Lathyrus sp.------------
I icia sp. (vetch) -....--...--
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Piltosporu m sp...........
Allium salivu m (garlic) -
Cylisus sp. (broom) ......
Spartium junceum (Span-
ish broom).
I'icia sp. (vetch) ------...-
-. do ..-. .. ......... .
d o .--- .-...- ..-.- ...
Vicia angustifolia (vetch) -
Vicia sp. (vetch) .--...-...
Lens esculenta (lentil).----
Lupinus albus (white lu-
pine).
\icia faba favaa bean) --.-
'icia sp. (vetch) ---- --
Lathyrus sativus(grass pea)
- d o .-- .-.-.-.- .
Pisum sativum (pea) -----
l'icia faba favaa bean) ---...
V'icia sp. (vetch)..-.....
Pin us sp. (pine) ..-.. .
.4 mygdalus persica (peach)
Citrus medical (citron)...
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
-----do .-_----------.. --
Citrus sinensis (orange) -
Crataegus sp. (hawthorn)__
Cydonia oblonga (quince)__
.- -do---- ----- -.--. -... .
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
In bag containing oranges-
In box containing tanger-
ines.
In tray of trunk contain-
ing pricklypears and
tangerines.
In trunk containing olives,
oranges, pomegranates,
pricklypears, and
quinces.
Opuntia compressa (prick-
lypear).
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Pyrus communism (pear) .--
Ficus sp. (fig.) ----------

----.do ----. ----. ---------
Brassica rapa (turnip).... -


5-4
0



1

1


1
1






1


_-_ I--i-


1 --i---


Collected in-


New York
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.

Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Illinois.
New York.
Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Texas.
New York.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.


Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.


33








34 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1987, to June 30, 1988,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest t

I- ______________________


ITALY-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Ceutorhynchus rapae (Curcu-
lionidae).
Chionaspis yanonensis (Coc-
cidae).
Chrysomnphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Cleonus sp. (Curculionidae).
Cryptoblabes sp. (Pyralidi-
dae).
Do --------................
Curculio elephas (Curculioni-
dae).
Do.----------------
Do.-----------------
Dacus oleae (olive fruitfly) --
Do -------------
Do ---------------


Do --- ------
Dicyphus annulatuB (Miri-
dae).
Gnorimoschema sp. (Gelechii-
dae).
Grapholitha sp. (Olethreuti-
dae).
Do----------------
Do------------------
Hypoborus ficus (Scolytidae) -
Iridomyrmex humilis (Argen-
tine ant).
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do ------------
Do-----------------
Do ---------
Do ---------
Lepidosaphes ficus (Coccidae). -
Do------------

Do-----..... ---.--
Leucaspis pusilla (Coccidae).--
Liparus coronatus (Curcu-
lionidae).
Ludius sp., (Elateridae)-----

Mferodon sp. (Syrphidae).----.
Mfonosteira unicosta (Tingiti-
dae).
M yelois sp. (Pyralididae) -

Do --- -------
Do .......--.............
Do.... .-..--- ..--- ......
Do--....----.......

Do-----....----.----
Do---..- ... .--.-.-....
Do ------
Do ------------


Brassica oleracea capitata.--
Citrus limonia (lemon) -.
Cycas revoluta (sago cycas) -
Radicula armoracia (horse-
radish).
Amygdalus communism (al-
mond).
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Caslanea sp. (chestnut) ---

--do----------
----do ---------
Olea europaea (olive) -.f
.-do-------
In trunk containing olives,
oranges, pomegranates,
pricklypears, and
quinces.
Among bundle of olives-. --
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) --- -
Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss
chard).
Cydonia oblonga (quince)--
AMalus sylvestris (apple) -
Pyrus communism (pear)... --
Ficussp. (fig)------------
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Castanea sp. (chestnut)-..

---do ----------
....do
-----do -------- --------
---do-........-----.......--
----do ----------
Ficus sp. (fig)...----...--
---do -----------------
..-.-do .--------------------
Pinus sp. (pine)..---------
Daucus carota (carrot) -..
Tragopogon porrifolius (sal-
sify).
Gladiolus sp.......
Castanea sp. (chestnut) -

Amygdalus communis (al-
mond).
Ceratonia siliqua (St.
Johns-bread).
.-----do --------------
-----do. -------.....
Citrus nobilis delidiosa (tan-
gerine).
Juglans regia (English
walnut).
Juglans sp. (walnut) ------
Mespilus germanica (med-
lar).
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).


1
3













1


1 I New York.


1


1














1

1








1
"T

1


California.*
New York.

Do.
Do.

Do.
flinois.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.


Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Illinois.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Texas.

New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.

Illinois.
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.

New York.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


ITALY-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Mlzusa ornatus (aphid) ----.....--.
Olethreutid....-------------
Parlatoria camellia (Coc-
cidae).
Do----------------------
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae) -
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae) -
Do--------------------
Do.---------------------
Do --------------
Do---- ---------
Do----------------
Do--.. ..............----
Do -.-... --- ---
Do --.----------.. -------.
Do-------
Do--------------------
Do-------................---------
Do.............------------------
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Pi, ris brassicae (Pieridae) -..-.-
Polpychrosi botlrana (vine
moth).
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Coc-
cidae).
Psyfliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Do -----------------
Pyrausta nubtilais (European
corn borer).
Do------------- -------
Silvanus unidentatus (Cucuji-
dae).
Stenocarus fuliginosus (Cur-
culionidae).
Stephanitis pyri (pear tingid)_
Taeniothrips atratus (thrips)--
Tortricid...--.....------.......
Do---------------------
Do.--------- ----
Do--.---- ----
Uliota planata (Cucujidae). -
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parietinus.....
.4phelenchus avenae..
Botrgtis allii (?)-----
Cereospora foeniculi...........
Coleosporium senecionis (?) --
Coryneum beyerincki .........


Fusicladium depressum petro-
selini.
Fusicladium eriobotrypae......
Gloeodes pomigena ............
Gloeosporium olivarum -........


Host


Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss
chard).
Viciasp. (vetch).....---
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
.....do--------- -------
Citrus sinensis (orange)---
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Aflaus sylveMtris (apple) -
MespVilu germanica (med-
lar).
Prunus armeraniaca (apri-
cot).
Prunus domestic (plum)-
Prunus sp. (cherry).------
Prunus sp -------------
Pyrus communis (pear) .-
Rosa sp...---.-----------
Sorbus sp. (sorbe apple) --
Citrus limonia (lemon) -.
... -do --. ------------
-- do -- --------------
--.-do -...---.--- ------
Gossypium sp. (seed cot-
ton).
Brassica oleracea botrytis
(broccoli).
Vitis sp. (grape)-------
Carmelia Japonica (camel-
lia).
Brasica olterarea botrtis
(broccoli).
Brassica rapa (turnip).....
Capsicum annuum_-...
Foeniculum sp. (fennel)... -
Juglans regia (Persian wal-
nut) (log).
Cichorium intybus (ehieo-
ory).
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Juniperus sp. (juniper).. -
Dianthus sp. (carnation) -
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Pyracantha coccinea (fire-
thorn).
Vitis sp. (grape)---------
Juglans regia (Persian wal-
nut) (log).
Soil around roots of cen-
tury plant.
Solanum tuberosum ----.......--
Alliumn cepa (onion)......
Foeniculum sp. (fennel)... --
Pinus halepenuis (aleppo
pine).
Prunus sp...............


1
1


Petroselinum hortense ......
(parsley).
Eriobotrya japonica (lo- ----
quat).
Ma inus sylvestris (apple)-........
Olea turopaea (olive) -- -.....-


1I1-.I -1 I-


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
District of Co
lumbia.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
California.*
1!inois.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Illinois.
New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Co-


35


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36 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

I[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


ITALY-Continued

Diseases-Continued.
tferpotrichia nigra ------------
Leptlosphaeria rusci ----------
Macrophoma hippoglossu m. -_
Mfarsonia juglandis .....
Oidiumn euonymi.......
Peronopora parasitica .......
Phoma hippoolossi...........
Phoma samararum ----------
Phomopsis aucubae ...-.-.---
Phomopsis tinea ..----..---...
Phyllachora trifoli' ....-----..
Phyliosticta danoes..--------.-
Phyllosticta rusdcota.... |
Do--.--------------
Do ----------
Do -----------I
Pucdinia allii................
Puccinia anomala ------------
Puccinia arenaiae ------
Rotylench us robustus -.--
Sclerotin ia fr u c icola.------
Sclerotinia gladioli ----------
Sclerotium cepivoru m -..------
Do ---------------
Septoria afnthrisci -------------

Septoria cifri ...-----....-....
Do..-------- -------
Septoria stetlariae ---------
Septoria weissii -----------. -

Sphaeropsis malorum.......-
Urumyces fabae --.--.-.---...
Vermicularia 'arians...... -.- .
Verticiwium albo-atrum....-..
Do ------------I---
JAMAICA
Insects"
A na.strepha tp. (Trypet idae)-
Aspidiotus herculeanus (Coc-
cidae).
Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae).-
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) -
Do --------. -----.-
Cylas formicanu. (sweetpo-
tito weevil).
Do.- .. ...-----.......
Frankliniella cephalica (thrips)
Frankliniella insularis (thrips)

Do-. -------------
Mlyelois sp. (Pyralididnc).....
Palaeopus costicollis (yam
weevil).
Do-------------..


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Host


Picea exce!.sa (Norway
spruce).
Ruscus sp ..... ----...........
Ruscus aculeatus (butchers
broom).
Juqlans sp. (walnut) ------
Eunnymus sp ------..I-
Brassica oleracea gemmiifera
(Brussels sprouts).
Ruscus -p... .
Fraxinus excerlior (Euro-
pean ash).
.4ucuba japonica (Japa-
nese aucuba).
Viburnum linus (lauresti-
nus).
Trifnlium sp. (clover) ....
Ruscus sp ---....----..---
-- do .-. --...........---
___ do, -------.----
Ruscus acu!eatu (butchers
broom).
- --- do .- --.- ----..-
Allium sativu m (garlic) ._
Hordeu m rult.are (barley)__
Stellaria media (chickweed)
Soil around roots of cen-
tury plant.
Cudonia oblonga (quince)--
Gladiolus sp ---------------
Al/ium cepa (onion)------
__---do--- ----------
Anthriscus cerefelium (cher-
vil).
Citrus limonia (lemon)-..
Citrus sinensis (orange)---
Stellaria media (chickweed)
Chaerophyllum bulbosum
(furnip-rooted chervil).
Vitis sp. (grape).--------..
Vicia sp. (vetch) ----------
Solarium tuber oum -.------
Dahlia sp--.--------....
Ficus sp----------------.-


Mangifera indica (maneo)-. ------
Annona sp----------- -----


Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Cffea sp-.---------
-.do ...-_---------
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
-.do .... -----.....---..---
Rosasp.-------. ..-_..
A ntirrhiniim maln.q (nap-
dragon).
Rosa sp.-...-- --------...-
Punica granatum (pome-
wranatv).
Dio.cor-a sp. (yam)n....---

Ipomoea bafatas (sweetpo.
tato).


0
1..
cQ


. .


1


6


1


_::::: --i


. .. ..

li ...
I----
...


Collected in-


New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.
Do.
)o.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbhiqa.
Pennsylvania.
Vireinia.
Pennsylvania.

Texas.
Do.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Texas.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.

New York.
Do.
Do.
Florida.*
New York.
Alabama.
New York.
Florida."
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
Do.
Do.


-I' :: : : .


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June 19381


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continu ied

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


JAMAICA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Parlatoria crolonis (Coccidae).
Pinnaspis minor strachani
(Coccidae).
D o ..- -..------- ..-----. --
Pityophthoru8s incomrpositus
(Scolytidae).
Stephanoderes buscki (Scoly-
tidae).
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae)
T ineid .-- -. .- .- ..- ..- -- --
Vinso r.ia stel/ifera (Coccidae)
Diseases:
,4pheletchoides parielinus -.
Ceratostomella fimbriata.......
Colletolrich um falcatu m ...---.
Pratlyleiachus proalensis........

JAPAN
Insects:
.4 naphothrips orchidii (thrips)_
Anomrnala sp. (Scarabaeidae) -..

D o -. .. ..- -. .
Anthonornmus rectirostris (Cur-
culionidae).
Anionina crawi (Coccidae)_
D o .--- .- .-.-- ..-- --- .
Aspidiotus degenerates (Coc-
cidae).
Aspidiolus transparens (Coc-
cidae).
A. utographa sp. (Noctuidae). -
Callosobruchus ademptus
(Bruchidae).
Do -----------------
Callosobruchus chinensis
Bruchidae).
Do -------- ---- --
D o ----- -------.--.. .--- .
Carposina sp. (Carposinidae).
Ceroplastes rubens (Coccidae) .
D o .-.----.- --.---.. --. --
Do
Do.....................---------------

Do- .----------------
Do....... --.-.-....... ..
Chilo simplex (Asiatic rice
horer).
Do -----..--------------..
D o -------- --------------
D o .- .----- --- ------ -
Do -...--.. ......--.......
D o --.--. -...--.... -.......
Do
Do............
Chionaspis wistariae (Cocci-
dae).
D o .- --- ---- --.-. .. .
D o ..-. ..-.-..-.. ...
Chionaspis yanonensis (Coc-
eidae).
r)o ---- .. ---- ....-----..
D o .-------------------...
:Do- ... -...................
Do---.- --- -.--
D o -- - -


Host


Codiaeum sp. crotonn) ----
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
Annona sp -----.-----
Browneasp -------------

Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Saccharu in officinarum. -.-
Dioscor'a sp. (yam) -------
Broughtonia sanguine (or-
chid'.

Colocasia sp ---- -------
Ipomoea batatas (sweet po-
tato).
Saccharum officinarum ....
Dioscorea sp. (yam)-......


Athurium sp ------
Soil around chrysanthe-
mum roots.
Soil around Prunus sp ..-.
Prunus yedoensis..........

Bamboo plant .........--
.-. do .-.- --- ------------
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Aucuba sp................
Brassica oleracea capital -. _
Pueraria thunbergiana
(kudzu).
--- do --------
B ean ---- ---------... .....


Number of intercep-
tions in-


1


1
1 _


Leguminous seed-.....--.. f---
Oryza salira (rice) .------. ---
Malus sylvestris (apple) ...
Araliasp ------------- ----
Citrus nobilis deliciosa --
(Mandarin).
Citrus nobilis deliciosa -___--
(tangerine).
Falsia japonica (fatsia) -. .
-----do... ------- ---
Oryza saitwa (rice) ------.. --
-_. d o ----- --- -----[
-do ---------- 1
----- do ----------------- 3
...-- do --- ---- -- -- -
- -- -d o -- .- --- -- -- -- .- ------- ..
l'isleria sp ...........---------- -
Wisteriajaponicn nankien- I---
Wisteria multijuga praecoz ---
W isteria sp. 1... ...
Citrus grandis (grapefruit). ...--.
Citrus limonia (lemon) --- -... -.
Citrus aobilis deliciosa ---
(tangerine).
Citrus nobilis deliciosa ...-...-
(Mandarin).
Citrus sinensis (orange) --I ----..


"21.... __


---I -l-- i-


. '. 2


--1- -- ---


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
Do.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
Florida.*
New York.
District of
lumbia.


Co-




Co-


New York.
Alabama.
Florida.*
New York.


Hawaii.*
New York.

Hawaii.*
California.*
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Washington.

Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.

Do.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Washington.

Pennsylvania.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Illinois.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Washington.
California.*


Do.*
Do.
Washington.
California.*


37


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38 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

fAll findings marked with an asterisk indicate Stale inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest t

to 0


JAPAN-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Chrysomphalus rossi (Cocci-
dae).
SChrysomphalus taxus (Cocci-
dae).
Do.--------------------
Coccus pseudomagnoliarum
(Coccidae).
Conotrachelus sp. (Curculion-
idae).
Dendrolimus sp. (Lasiocampi-
dae).
Dermestes tessellatocollis (Der-
mestidae).
Fiorinia japonica (Coccidae) --
Frankliniella lilivora (thrips) --
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae).
Gastrodes japonicus (Lygaei-
dae).
Gelechiid--. ----------
Orapholitha sp. (Olethreuti-
dae).
D o .. --- -.. ..-- .
Do.--------- --
Oynaikothrips uzeli (thrips) -
Hyponomeuta sp. (Hypono-
meutidae).
Hyponomeutid --------
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do--------
Do--- ------.-----.
Lepidosaphes camellia (Coc-
cidae).
Lepidosaphes conchiformis
(Coccidae).
Do---------
Do ----------
Do----------
Lepidosaphes tuberculata
Do ----------------
Lepidosaphes t ub u Ior u i
(Coccidae).
Leucaspis japonica (Cocci-
dae).
Do------------....-.
Do... ---- ---.......- .
Liothrips vaneeckei (thrips).. -

Do----. .............-
Do--.......... ...
Maruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
lelanotus sp. (Elateridae) -
Mordellid. -------
Nysius expres8aus (Lygaeidae) -
Olethreutid-....---.........-

Do---------
Do ---- ---.-........


Anthurium scherzerianum
Plant-------- ----
Podocarpus macrophylla.-.
Taxus adpressa -------
Citrus sinensis (orange)..
Quercus sp. (acorn)...----
Pinus sp. (pine)----------
Dried fungus in box of dry
vegetables.
Pinus thunbergi (Japanese
black pine).
Lilium sp_---- -...
Orchid-------------------
Pinus sp. (pine)---------
Cupressus sp-----------
Amygdalue persica (peach)
M-alus sylvestris (apple)--..--
Pyrus communism (pear) -....
Lilium sp ...-............
Euonymus japonicus (ever-
green burning-bush).
Cu-pres$s.s sp ..........
Castanea crenata (Japan-
ese chestnut).
Castanea sp. (chestnut) -
......do_-------------------
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
-...do---------------- -
Eriobotrya japonica (lo-
quat).
Pyrue communism (pear) -.
Pyrus serotina (sandpear)-
Cymbidium gyokuchen (or-
chid).
Cymbidium sp. (orchid) -
Castanea crenata...........
Alnus glabra (alder) -.----
Castanea crenata (Japa-
nese chestnut).
Wisteria sp--------------
Citrus sinensis junos (Jap-
anese orange).
Lilium sp. (lily)-----
-..-- do .------------------
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-

Lilium iongiflorum multi-
florum (lily).
Chrysanthemum sp------
Azalea sp ---------------
Illicium anisatum (Japa-
nese anisetree).
Pisum sativum (pea) -----
Podocarpus macrophylla
(yew podocarpus).


1


1








1




1






1

1

1


------1


------ ---
-- --- -




1......

-- -- ---
---- ---


------ -
--

2 1 -. --.


1 ----


Hawaii.*
Massachusetts.
Washington.
Do.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Washington.
New York.
California.*
Do.*
Alabama.
Hawaii.*
California.*
Do.*
Maryland.
Washington.
Maryland.
California.*
Do.*
Massachusetts.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Washington.
Do.
Do.
Hawaii.*
Washington.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Washington.
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
Do.*
Washington.

Do.
Do.









June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


JAPAN-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Partatwria camnelliae (Coc-
cidae).
Parlatoria theae (Coccidae) -
Do-. --------
Do-. --------
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
Do ---------------
Do ----------------
Phytoecia ruflrentris (Ceram-
bycidae).
Poliaspis pini (Coccidae)---.-
Do ------------
Do--- --------
Popillia japonica (Japanese
beetle).
Paeudaonidia duplex (cam-
phor scale).
Do ------------------
Do ------------
Do --------
Do-------- -----
Do---- ------
Do ----..------
Do----------
Do__
Do -------------------....
Do-----------
Do ------- ---
Do-- -------
Do------------------
Do----- ---------
Do -----.-..........
Do......... -- ......--
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Coc-
cidae).
Do --- -----.. -..........
Do ------ --..--.. ..-
Do--... --.---
Do-.-. --. ...
Do-- -----
Do--------- ----
Do---- -----
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis
(Coccidae).
Do --.. .-....--.........
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Coc-
cidae).
Do ---------------.
Do-...-----...-- .--..
Psyehid-----. ---. ---.-.....
Do.--------------...
Do -..----------.--
Do-----------------
Do ------- ---
Do-.-------.---...
Pulvinaria auranii (Coc-
cidae).
Fyralis sp. (Pyralididae)...


Host


Camellia japonica (ca-
mellia).
Acer sp. (maple) .- ----
----. do-----....... ---------
Mlagnolia sp------------
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -.---
-...d ---do--..----..------.
Citrus limonia (lemon) -- -
Cirysanthemum sp--------
Pinus sp. (pine) -------
-----do ...---------------.
---- do -------------
Soil around chrysanthe-
mum root.
Ainus glabra (alder) -------
Castanea crenata (Japanese
chestnut).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime).-
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)_
Citrus limonia (lemon) -.---
Citrus medical (citron) .. -
Citrus nobilis deliciosa
(tangerine).
-----do.----- ----------
Citrus nobilis deliciosa
(Mandarin).
Citrus nobilis unlshiu (Sat-
suma orange).
Citrus sinensis (orange) ----
.----do o-------------
.----do_ --- ---------d
----- do_ -----------
Citrus sinensisjuaos (Jap-
anese orange).
Citrus sp ---..-----
Azalea indica ...........
A zalea sp ......- .- ..- .-- ..
------ -do----- ------------
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
---do -.---------
-----.....do -----..........----.....
Paeonia moutan -----.--
Prunus sp. (flowering
cherry).
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Pedilanthus sp ........
Anthurium scherzerianum
(anthurium).
Diospyros sp (persimmon)
Ilex sp. (holly)-..-..-------
Acer sp. (maple)---------
Azaleasp --...........--------
Juniperus sp. (juniper) ----
.---. do-...------- ..----.-
Alagnolia sp------
Paeonia moutan......
Citrus sinensis (orange) -. -
Cucurbita pepo (pump-
kin).


I I-


4
2
-i


-- 2
.~...1
1 --.


:::-- --i-1_:11111


3

2
1
2



I"


2
1


171:11111


----I--i
----1


Collected in-


Washington.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
Do.*
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.


District of
lumbia.
Do.


Co-


California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
Do.*
New York.
California.*
Hawaii.*
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Washington.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Washington.
New York.
Hawaii.*
Do.*
New York.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
Washington.
Do.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Massachusetts.


39


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40 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported .from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked witi. an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country oi origin and
name of past


JAPAN-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Pyrausla nubilali, (European
corn borer).
Do ...----------------
Do-------------
D o ..-....-.. --- ---------
Tineid..----------------

D o-......... .------ -
Do .. .- --- ---- ---- -
Do -----------------
Tortricid --.-------------..-

Do -----------------
Do------- ------------
Do ----------
Tsukushiaspis pseudoleucas-
pis (Coccidae).
Diseases:
.4Alternaria citri---------------
Slphelenchoides parietinus-----
Do----------------------
Do.-------------------
Do-------------------
Do ------------------
Bacterium cilri ------..-------

Do--------- -------
Do.------- --------
Do..----------------
Do----------------
Botrylis paeoniae. -.-.... ..
Ccphalosporium pammelii
purpurascens.
Cercosporella albo-maculans_ -
Cronartium quercuum (?)..

Discoia artocreas-----------
Glotosporium dendrobii .....
Gloeosporium euonymicolum._
Iendersonia oryzae --------
Ileterodera marioni -------
Do----------------------
Do-- -------------
Leptolhyrium macrotheciiu m..

Aficrodiplodia u'istariae-------
Do -.....------
Mycosphaerella moutan ------
Ifycosphaerella schoi noprasi
Do ------------------
Do -------------------
Do -----------------
Peronospora effusa... --------
Do ---------------
Phomacitrioarpa ....----.
Phomopsis aucubae-----------

Phnomopsis ma gnoliicola...
Phomopsis seposita .- -------
Scleroliopsis testudinea .-...

Do-------------------
.eptobasidiu m prunophil m .-
Septoria secalis ------.. .----
Sphaerulina oryzae ----------
Th ielariopsis basicola.------.
Tilletia horrida........-------


Hlost


Paeonia moutan..---------
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) -
.--- do-- ------------
Zea mnays (corn) ....-------...
Agaricuscampestris (mush-
room).
Cupressus sp ------------
Paencmia moutan ----------
Rhododendron metternichi.-
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Chrysanthemum sp ------
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Soil around potted Ilex sp.
plant.
Bamboo------------------

Citrus sp -------
Colocasia esculenta (taro)--
----- do -- --------
Lilium sp. (lily)----------
---- do .--......-----------..----
Lycoris squamigera.....--
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus nohbilis (kMin orange)
Cifrussinensis (orange) --
--. do- --------------
--- do ----------------
Paeonia moulan var -------
Malus sylvestris (apple) -_

Brassica oleracea capilata
Pinus densiflora (Japanese
red pine).
Vitis sp. rapep) -------
Dendrobium mobile (orchid),
Euonymus sp.------------
Oryza sativa (rice) ---------
Lobitia graulichi ----------
Lobivia schuldti. --------
Urbinia purpusii----------
Paeon;a sp--------------

W isteria sp..-..--...-------
-.- do ----------------
Paeonia moutan var -------
Allium fistulosam (Welsh
onion).
Allium porrum (leek) ----
---- do-- -----------
-.---do ----- --------------
Spinacia oleracea (spinach)-
..... do ...----- -- ... ...-- .-
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) --.
A ucubaja pon ica (Japanese
aucuba).
1[aanolia sp --------------.
ll'isteria venusta alba ....
Paeonia moutan (tree
peony).
Paeonia moutanvar .......
Prn riis domestica (plum)_ _
Secale cereale (rye) -------
Oryza salira (rice)------
Ipomoea batatas (sweet po-
tato).
Oryza sativa (rice)...


,1



1





1:





1,



1


1


Collected in-


Washington.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
Hawaii.*
California.*
Do.
Washington.
Do.

California.*
Hawaii.*
New York.
Massachusetts.

Washington.
Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Do.

Washington.
California.*
New York.
Washington.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
Massachusetts.

Pennsylvania.
California.*
Washington.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Washington.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
California.*
New York.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Pennsylvania.
Illinois.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.


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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July I, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


JAVA
Insects:
ParJatoria pergaindii var. (Coc-
cidae).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
D o .----- ------ ------------
Pinnaspis townsendi (Cocci-
dae).
Diseases:
Cercospora musae .............
Vermicularia capsici..........
LATVIA
Diseases:
Oloeodes pomigena............
LITHUANIA
Insects:
Tiacheria sp. (Tischeridae) -...--
MADEIRA ISLANDS

Insects:
Blastobasis sp. (Blastobasi-
dae).
Do. -- j K- -d-- ---
Ceraltis capitata (aMediter-
radean fruitfly).
Chrysomphtalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Iridomyrmex humilis (Argen-
tine ant).
Tineid.......................

MANCHURIA
Insects:
Callosobruchus chinensis
(Bruchidae).
Chilo simplex (Asiatic rice
borer).
MARTINIQUE
Insects:
Coccotrypes thrinacis (Scoly-
tidae).
Do .....-------..............
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis
(Coccidae).

MEXICO
Insects:
Acanalonia laticosta (Fulgori-
dae).
Aceratagallia vulgaris
(Cicadellidae).
Aegeriid ...- ..- ------......

Aeolus pulchellus ('Elateridae).

D o----------------------
Alpheias sp. (Pyralididae) --.... I
D o ------- --------------
Anacentrinus sp. (Curculion-
idae).
Do ----------------
Do..................... ----------------..


Host


I I


Citrus limonia (lemon) -.---
Citrus grandis (pomelo)....
Citrus limonia (lemon) -----
Rhynchostylis ret usa (orchid)

Musa sp. (banana) --------
Capsicum annuum......-


Malus sylreslris (apple) ....- -.. -


Quercussp. (oak) .....---.--



Eriobotrya japonica
(loquat).
Vilis sp. (grape.)._...
Eriobotrya japonica .......

Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Chayota edulis (chayote)___
Andropogon citratus
(lemon grass).



Soja max (soy bean) .-----
Oryza sativa (rice) -..---...




Coccothrinax argentea .---.-

Coccothrinaxr barbadensis -
Afyristica jragrans (nut-
meg).


Number of intercop-
tions in-

ad cn
L d U
S.. .. LI-


1


1


Lantanasp.. -- -------- ---- -..
Capaicum annuum-------- 1 ----

Ananas sativus (pine- ------ ----
apple).
Persea americana (avo- .-- --
cado).
Zea mays (corn).---------- ------ ----
Ananas sativus_..... 1 ----
----- do ..-- ---.- ------ ---- 39 ---
Ananas satirvus ..------------ 1
Gladiolus sp--------------............... 1 ---
Saccharum officinaru m-..... ----- ---


2 2 1


Collecteil in-


Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.

Pennsylvania.
Do.



New York.



Do.



Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.




Do.
Washington.




Puerto Rico.
Do.
Do.



Texas.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.


June 1938]


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BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host Collected in-
name of pest
0 ~~ 03C
gr, -i C l-i

V ?


MExico-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Anaphothrips orchidaeeua
(thrips).
Do ----------.
Do.............. ........
Do------------
Do ----------------
A naphothrips orchidii (thrips)_
Anastrepha distinct (Try-
petidae).
Anastrepha ludenm (Mexican
fruitfly).
Do----------------
Do_
Do.----------------
Do.
Do----------------
Do.---.-..-.....--......
Do-- -------
Do ---------................
Do----------
Do- -------------
Do .................--
Anastrepha serpentiva (Try-
petidae).
Do -----------------

Do----------
Do -----------------
D o...- ---- ...-- .--.-
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae).
Do-------- .....

Do----------------
Do.
Do---------
Do---- -------------
Do--- -----

Do.----------------
Do --------
Do. ---------------
Do-----------------
Do ----------------
Antillocoris delineata (Lygaei-
dae).
Aspidiotus pini (Coccidae) -
Aulonium bidentatum (Coly-
diidae).
Autographa sp. (Noctuidae)-.
Do ----------------
Do-----------
Do-----------
Do-------------
Do----------
Do..................
Do------------------
Do ----- ---

Do .----------------..
Bephrata sp. (Eurytomidae).


Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Gypsophila paniculata (ba-
bysbreath).
Laelia sp. (orchid) ------
Orchid--.-----..-
Bromeliaceae. ---------
Ingasp- ..

Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
Citrus limetta (sweet lime) -
Citrus sinensis (orange) ---....
-----do ---------------- ----
-- do-----------
Cydonia oblonga (quince)..
Malus syivestris (apple) ---
Afangifera indica (mango) -
Persea americana (avoca-
do).
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Sapote ----------------
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Lucuma mammosa (sa-
pote).
MTammea americana (ma-
mney).
-----do ------------
Sapote.----- -------
Amygdalus persica (peach).
Casimiroa edulis (white-
sapote).
Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Cztrus sinensis (orange)--.
Cydonia oblonga (quince)_-
Malus sylvestris (apple) -
Mammea americana (ma-
mey).
Mangifera indica (mango).
Psidium guajava (guava)-__
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Pyrus communes (pear) -
Sapote..------------------
Mamnmillaria karwinskia na
(cactus).
Pinvs sp. (five-leafed pine)
Cedrela sp. (log)-------

Brassica oleracea capitata -
.----do -------------
-----do --------..--------
Capsicum annuum........
Chrysanthemum maximum
(Shasta daisy).
Cucurbita maxima
(squash).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ....
Lycopersicum esculentum. -
Petroselinum hortense
(parsley).
Pisum sativum (pea) ------
Annona m uricata (sour-
sop).


1
1
3
11
1


2


2


...-


Texas.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
South Carolina.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Arizona.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Arizona.
Louisiana.


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June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pesis collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest




IEXICO-Continued

Insects- Continued.
Berginus nigricolor (Lycti-
dae).
Bitoma intermedia (Colydii-
dae).
Blastobasie sp. (Blastobasi-
dae).
Do ....--.--- -----.----
Do.........
Do---------- ---
Do...---------....-..---..----..
Do-----.---
CaftirLhyti sp. (Cynipidae) -.
Do-- -.-- ---------
Capaneus odious (Coreidae).
Do-----------------
Do-
Ceratocapsue apicali (Miri-
dae).
Ceratocapsus punclulatus
(Miridae).
Ceratocombun areolatus (Cry p-
tostemmatidae).
Ceroputo mexioanus (Cocci-
dae).
Do.------- ---...--.......
Chelinidea hunter (Coreidae)
Chilto sp. (Pyralididae).------
Do-.--------. ------....
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Do--------- -------
Do --._---
Chrysomphatus nigropuncta-
tus (Coccidae).
Do-----------------...............-
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Do......................-----------------
Do .-.....................
Do_
Do---- -------------
Cicadella nigroguttata (Cica-
dellidae).
Cicadula mnaidis (Cicadelli-
dae).
Cionopsis palliatus (Curculi-
onidae).
Clastoptera funesfta (Cercopi-
dae).
Clerada apicornis (Lygaei-
dae).
Conotrachelus aguacatae (Cur-
culionidae).
Conotrachelus dimidiatus (Cur.
culionidae).
Conotrachelus flavangulus
(Curculionidae).
Corythucha morrilli (Tingiti-
dae).
Do.-----------------
Crocidosema plebeiana (Ole-
threutidae).
Cylas formicarium (sweet-
pntato weevil).
Do.--- --------.
Do--.------.. -----


Host


Chrysanthemum sp...-----
Turraeanthus sp. (avodire)
(log).
Ananas satlirus.......-

.....do -. ......- .. ..--...-
__- --do ------ -- --- -
Jasminum sp.........------------.-
.Malus sylrestria (apple)-.-
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Quercus sp. (acorn)------
-----do ------.---. -------
A nanas sativus..........
Laelia sp. (orchid)---- --..-
Musa sp. (banana).-------
Gardenia flori4a (Cape-jas-
mine).
Chrysanthemum sp. -------
Lactuca satira (lettuce) -

Ambrosia sp. (ragweed)---
Cactus-------------
Lophocereus sachottii (cac-
tus).
Saccharum officinarum -.....-
Zea mays (corn) -------...
Citrus limetta (sweet lime).

Epidendrum sp. (orchid) -
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Echereria marginala.......
Echereria sp --------------
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Mangifera indica (mango)_
Persea a mericana (avocado)
Rosasp ---...--.-------..
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Euchlaena mexicana (teo-
sinte).
Cardioipermum sp. (heart-
seed).
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime)--
Persea americana (avocado)
Psidium guajava (guava)..

Persea americana (avocado)
Chrysanthemum parthe-
nium (feverfew).
Chrysanthemum sp------
Hibiscus esculentus (okra)-

Ananas &airus. .---------
Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
-----do ------. -------.----.


Number of intercep-
tions in-


1


3
62
















1

1
I
I

I







9
Siii

















2
1


1

5'


1





1







I
-4

1
1
Li






















... -





2









2

2
i








1






1


Collected in-


---- ---- Texas.
.---.... New York.
---- --- Arizona.

---. ---- Louisiana.
---- -.-- Texas.
Do.
---- ..-- Do.
~DO.
------- Do.
.-- --. Arizona.
.-- ---. Texas.
--- Do.
--- --- California.*
--.- --- Texas.
.----.... ----Do.

--- --- D o.
Do.

Do.



---- -- Ar Do.
--- ---D o. .
........ Texas.

---- ---- District of Co-
lumbia.
.-- --. Texas.
--- ---. California.*
--- ---D o.
----.... Texas.
Do.
--- -- D o.
Do.
--- -... D o.

-- -- District of Co-
lumbia.
--- --- Do.
--- Texas.

-- -- Do.
-- -- Do.
--- Do.
Do.

-- -- Do.
- Arizona.
-- -- Texas.
Do.
.. 2 Alabama.
---- Texas.


43


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44 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


MExico-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Cjllene antennatus (Ceram-
bycidae).
Diaspis simmondsiae (Coc-
cidae).
Diatraea saccharalis (sugar-
cane borer).
Discoloma vestitum (Disco-
lomidae).
Disonycha antennata (Chryso-
melidae).
Draeculacephala lenticula (Ci-
cadellidae).
Empoasca solana (Cicadelli-
dae).
Epicaerus cognatus (Curcu-
lionidae).
Epilachna mexicana (Cocci-
nellidae).
Epilachna varivestis (Mexican
bean beetle).
Epinotia opposite (Olethreu-
tidae).
Eriococcus araucariae (Cocci-
dae).
Ernoporides jalappae (Scoly-
tidae).
Euryciplita vest itu s (Miridae) -
Euscepes postfasciatus (West
Indian sweetpotato wee-
vil).
Exitianus obscurinervis (Ci-
cadellidae).
Exptochiomera minima (Ly-
gaeidae).
Do ---------
Do ----------
Do ...--.. ---
Do .----. ---
Do- --------
Do-- ------
Exptochiomera oblonga (Ly-
gaeidae).
Do----------
Do ----------.-..-....I
Do ---------
D o .......... .............
Frankliniella ameliae (thrips).

Do --------
Do------------------
Do-----------------..
D o- ------------..-..... I
D o .. ..... ... .......... .
Do.--....................
Do-- ------------.-
Do ---..-----... ----i
Do-- ---------
Do------- ----...-....-
Frankliniella cephalica (thrips)

Do ---------------.
Do ------
Do---.-------------.


Host


Prosopis sp. (mesquite). -
Simmondsia chinensis.....
Saccharum officinarun m ....-
Tabebuia donnell-,mithi
(primavera) (log).
Ananas saltus. ----
Brassica sp. (mustard) --.-
Lactuca satira (lettuce)-.---
Solanum tuberosum -.......
Lactia sp. (orchid) ------
Phaseolu8 sp. (string bean)
----do ---------
Pinu8 sp. (trailing pine)--
Ipomoea purga ------
Orchid -------.............
Ipomoea balatas (sweet-
potato).
Tagetes sp. (marigold) -
Chrysanthemum sp --------
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
l-ibiscus esculerlus (okra)
Laeliasp. (orchid) ------
Orchid--------
Rosa sp_- -
Zea mays (corn)-----------
A na as satiV us ------------
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Latuca sativa (lettuce) -----
Rosa sp------------------
Tagetes sp. (marigold) -.. -
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Chrysanthemum maximum
(Shasta daisy).
Dianthus sp. (carnation).
Gladiolus sp .-. ...---- .--.-
Lactuca satira (lettuce) -..- -
Lilium longiflorum (East-
er lily).
Papaver sp. (poppy)-----
Phlox sp .----.............--------
Rosa sp ........----------
Tropaeolu m sp. (nastur-
tium).
Viola tricolor (pansy) ---
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Rosa sp --.........--- -----...
Zantedeschia aethiopica
(calla lily).


Number of intercep-
tions in-


1 --


1
1


1
1
1

1


1
I

1.i


2


5


Collected in-


Texas.
Arizona.
Texas.
Louisiana.


-- I --- I --- I Texas.


Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
New York.
California.*
Texas.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


^ 1 I1111111111I --- ---- ---- ---- -- ----------- ---- ---------------------- --- -------------------- --------- *--------------------------------I---------------------- ---







June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 19383,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


MEXICO-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Frankliniettlla difficilis (thrips)
Frankliniella fortissima (thrips)
D o------- -------------
D o .--- -----------------
Do -- --- --------------
D o ..-------- ..---- ----
Do .--------------.. ------
D o .- ----------.--------
D o-----------------------
D o------------- --------
Do---..------------.--- -
D o-----------------------

D o....- -------------- ---
Do- ---------- ---------
D o------------.. ---------
D o.....----. ---------- ---
D o----.. ------------------
D o .. .. .- -. -.. . .
Frankliniella insularis (thrips)
Do .------ ----- ------
D o.-- -----------------
D o--------------------
D o-----------------------
D o--- -------------------
Frankliniella mouitoni (thrips)
D o ---- ---------- --
Franklinielta parrula (thrips).
Frankliniella uwilliamsi (thrips)
D o.---.-- ----.-..----...-
D o --. -- -----
Fulrius anthoeorides (Miri-
dae).
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)
Gerstaeckeria mutillaria (Cur-
culionidae).
D o.--------- -------
Gnorimoschema gudmanella
(Qelechiidae).
D o -.- ----
Gnorimoschema lycopersicella
(tomato pinwormnn).
D o -_ --- -- ---
D o .----- -.. ..---- .-.- ..-
Graphocephala rufimargo (Ci-
cadellidae).
D o.- --- ---- --
Graphocephala sexlineata (Ci-
cadellidae).
Grapholitha saztitans (Ole-
t hreutidae).
Gypona octolineata striata
(Cicadellidae).
Ha-plothrips gowdeyi (thrips)-
Do...--------- ..
lIarmostes neebulo us (Corei-
dae).
-Heilipussp. (Curculionidae)_.


Host


I Gardenia florida ...-------.
Antirrhinum ma]us (snap-
dragon).
Chrysanthemum maximum
(Shasta daisy).
Chrysanthemum sp.-------
Dahlia sp .---------.-----
D aisy ..----------------- -
Dianthus sp. (carnation) -
Gardenia florida..........
Gladiolus sp--------------
Gypsophila paniculata
(babysbreath).
Lactuca salira (lettuce) ..
Lathyrus odoratus (sweet
pea).
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Lilium sp. (lily) -----
Orchid------- --. -------. ----
Rosa sp -----------------
Viola sp. (violet)------
Zinnia sp ---------------
A zalea sp -----------------
Daisy ..------. ----. --. -. -
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Lilium Iongifloru m (Easter
lily).
Lilium sp. (lily)---------
Rosa sp ------------------
--- do .-.- ---------- -----
Viola sp. (violet) ---
Gardenia florida......----
Petlroselinum hortense (pars-
ley).
Rosa sp .---------------
Zea mays (corn) --------
Ananas satirus ----------
Laelia sp. (orchid) -------
Cactus--. ----- ---- --
Maammillaria depressa (cac-
tus).
Capsicum annuum........
-do --- ----
Lycopersic u m scu lentu m -
d o - -
.... do....................
Chrysanthemum maximum
(Shasta daisy).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
----do------.---------
Sebastiana sp. (Mexican
jumping bean).
Zinnia sp------------
Chiococca sp---------------
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Mammillaria melanocentra
(cactus).
Persea americana (avo-
cado).


Number of intercep-
tions in-
I ,.


1
3
1
1


2
2
1
1
1

1"


2



46

1.803

1
72

7
1


I -




'liii,



.1-Ill


----II----
aer~


----I 1
.~~~l415


Collected in-


Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
California.*
Arizona.
Texas.
Arizona.
California.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.


45








46 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
I tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


MEXICO-Continued
In sects-Continued.
Iridomyrmex humilis (Argen-
tine ant).
Isochaetothrips reticulatus
(thrips).
Do -----------
Do-----------------
Jornandes intermedius (Miri-
dae).
Lepidosaphes philococcus
(Coccidae).
Do .-.-.--. -----------
Do---- ----
Do---------------
Do. -------. --------

Do- -------................
Do--------- ------------
Lithophorus ornatus (Colydii-
dae).
Do-.- -------------------
Lophocateres pusillus (Si-
amese grain beetle).
Lygaeus pulchetlus (Lygaei-
dae).
Lygus cristalus (Mirldae)...
Miacrosiphum luteum (aphid).
Do-..----------------
Do- ----------- -----
Do------ -----------
Do--..... --------
Do ...- ....--------- ---.
Do. ----------------
Do---.-------------
Do ------------
Do--------- --------
Do --------
Do

Do..... ---------------
D o ......
Do.-------------------
Do- -
Do---------................
Do -- -----------.---
Maruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
Metlanotus sp. (Elateridae)-..
tMelitara sp. (Pyralididae).
rfetamasiopsis decempuncta-
tus (Curculionidae).
Metamasiu8 ritchiei (pine-
apple weevil).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Metamasius sericeus carbona-
riu) (Curculionidae).
Micrapate scapularis (Bostri-
chidae).


Host


Lactuca satira (lettuce) -
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
Jasmine.
Cactus--.--.----------
----- do-......... .
Cereus sp. (cactus)-------
Cephalocereuw chrysacan-
thus (cactus).
Myrtitlocactus geomdetri-
zan (cactus).
Pachycereus marginatus
(organ-pipe cactus).
.-.- do-_
Diospyros ebenaster (ebony).

Prospois sp: (mesquite) -
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
seed).
Capsicum annuum ------
Chrysanthemum sp -------
Epidendrum sp. (orchid) -
Laelia anceps (orchid)..---
Laelia sp. (orchid) --------
Odontoglossu m citrosm u m
(orchid).
Odontoglossum sp. (orchid)
Orchid..------------------
do------ -------------
-----do- ....---------. -----
Cactus ---------------
Capsicum annuum........
Citrulus vulgaris (water-
melon).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
..-- do ------... ---------
Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Persea americana (avo-
cado.
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean).
Soil around Haworthia
plant.
Mammillaria mundtii (cac-
tus).
Bromeliaceae.----------
Ananas saticus ..-.--------
Musa sp. (banana)..-----
Ananas satirus..........
Wood stave used as pack-
ing for Mexican pottery.


I. I I-I--I


! 1
4


1


3
1






1
I
I

3

1

1
1
1
1

2
1

2


3
1
1
1

1
1
8




1
1
1
2
1


1



1
2
1






Ii














1






i
1


Collected in-


Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Texas.
Do.
Arizona.
Do.
Do.
TeKas.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
Texas.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.






June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Cletdi
name of pest Host 2Collected in-


U Mt B


MExico-Continued
Insects-Continued.
MilichiCla tladcteipennis (Agro-
myzidae).
Moodna bisinuella (Pyralidi-
dae).
Mordella sp. (Mordellidae)_--
Mordellistena sp. (Mordel-
lidae).
Do ---------------------
Do ---------------------
Myelois sp. (Pyralididae) ---
Nabis alternata (Nabidae) --.-
Nesoteles neglects (Cicadel-
lidae).
Oedionychis nigrosignala
(Chrysomelidae).
Of a u I e n a duodecemstriata
(Olethreutidae).
Og d o e c osta catenulata
(Chrysomelidae).
Olethreutid.--------------
Do-.----- ---------------
Do---------------------
Do.--------------------
Do---------------------
Do--------- ---------
Do--------------------
D o---------. ---- -----. -
Do----------...------. -
Do------------ -------
Opsius stactogalus (Cicadel-
lidae).
Do---------.....--.--.-
D o... .. .. ...
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae)..
Do --------------------
D o- -.. .....
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Do---------.-......- ...

Do.. ........
Do.............
Perigenes dispositus (Lygaei-
dae).
Phylpotreta sp. (Chrysomeli-
dae).
Phyllotrox sp. (Curculionidae)
Physonota eucalypta (Chryso-
melidae).
Do.. ..........
Do------------
Pinnaspis minor strachani
(Coccidae).
Platynota stultana (Tortri-
cidae).
D o------. ----.... ........
Platypus rugulosuw (Platy-
podidae).
Do .---..--.-...- .....--.


Lycopersicum esculentum. -I


Zea mays (corn)--------
Rosa sp --------------
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Laeliasp. (orchid)---------
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Citrus sinensis (orange).... -.
Beta nulgaris (beet) --.-
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Prosopie sp. (mesquite) -
Odo ntogloss u m (orchid) -
Dry bean pod----
Capsicum annuum __
C7&ayota edulis (chayote) -
Cryvsanthemum sp. (baby
chrysanthemum).
Diospyros ebenaster (ebony)
Eugenia jambos (r o s e -
apple).
Lycopersicum esculentum.
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) -
Ouercus sp. (oak)--.----
Chrysanthemumsp ..------
Daisy-------------
Rosa sp -.--..- -----.....--..
Citrus auranifolia (lime) -
---- do ---------------
Citrus sinensis (orange) --.-
Gossypium sp. (cottonseed)
Gossypium sp. (cottonseed)
(in railway car) (5 inter-
ceptions).
Gossypium sp. (seed cot-
ton).
Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Physalis sp. (husk tomato)-
Lycopersicum esculenlum ..
A mygdalus persica (peach)
Laelia speciosa (orchid).. -.
Laeliasp. (orchid)----.....--
Orchid.. .. -- -....
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Capsicum annuum -..-----
Lycopersicum esculentu m.-
Cedrela sp. (log).-------
Turraeardnthus sp. (avodire)
(log).
Zea mays (corn) ---------


3


I
1


1

1

72





2
22
1




11
4


1<
1

186
7
1
1


7 717-


4 ----~.~ -


9 ---- ----


Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
California.*
Texas.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Texas.
Arizona.
Do.
New York.
Do.


47


D o_-------- --- -- --- -


Texas.








48 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspections


Country of origin and
name of pest


MEXico-Continued
Tnsects-Continued.
Prodenia sp. (Noctuidae)..----
D o - -
D o -- --- -. .- -.... ----
Do----------- ------- -
D o -- -..-...-..-..- .
Psalidonoa terana (Chryso-
melidac).
Psychid .--- ...- .----... -----
D o .... ...- ....-... .
D o ....... ... .. ..-.-...--
P s y l l i o d e s chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
P yralidid .-- -.- ..-- ..-.--- .
Rhagoletis pomonella (apple
maggot).
Rhagoletis sp. (Trypetidac) -..
D o .-- ---.--. -. ..... -
Schisloceros cornulus (Bos-
trichidae ).
Schizoplera caudala (Schizop-
teridae).
Sisamnes contracts (Lygaei-
dae).
D o -.-----.. -------. -
Silona sp. (Curculionidrae) .
Stenoma catenifer (Stenomi-
dae).
Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae)----
Do -----------------
Taeniothrips simplex (gladio-
lus thrips).
Tesserocerus dejeani (Platy-
podidae).
Thaumaphrastus karanisensis
(Colydiidae).
Tineid.---------------
Do ---------------
Do ---------------
Do ---------------
Do ---------
Tortricid --------------
Do ---------------
Do-----------
Do ---------------
Do------------
Do-.--------------
Do -----------------
Do ----------------
Do ---------------
Do--.--------------
Do---------
Do---.....--------
Do ----------------
Do -----------------
Triontmus sacchari (Cocci-
dae).
Valtissius diversus (Lygae-
idae).
Do.-.---------.-----
Do ---------------


Host


Antirrhinumr mafjus (snap-
dragon).
Capsicum annuum..-...
Lycopersicu m esculentu m ..
- d o - -
Rosa sp----...........-----------
Chrysanthemum sp.---------
A nanas salirns -. -- ...-
Chrysanthe mum sp --- -.
R osa sp -...--- --- ----...
Brassica rapa (turnip) -. -.
. nanas sa -ivus -. ---
Arctostaphylos sp. (manza-
nita).
Crataegus spJ -.- -------- -
Juglans nigra (black wal-
nut).
Saccharum oflicinaru ...
.4 nnaas salirus .------

---- d o .-.-- .- .-- .-.---.. ---
1fammilluria krru'inskiana
(cactus).
.4 nanas sat ivrus -----------
Persea americana (avocado).

Annona mnuricala soursopp)
Persea americana.......--------
Gladiolus sp -----. --. ----. -
Turraeanthussp. (avodire)
(log).
Oryza sativa (rice) ---------
Ananas salivt us............
Dahliasp ----------------
Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Laelia sp. (orchid)
Prosopis sp. (mesquite)--
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Capsicum annuum --------
Citrus aurantifolia (lime).
Crataegus sp. (red haw) -.
Cydonia oblonga (quince)--
Daisy---------------------
Fragaria sp. (strawberry) -
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Hibisc us esculentus (okra) -
Jasminum sp. (jasmine)--
Lucuma ma m mosa (sa-
pote).
Malus sylreslris (apple) -
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Saccharum officinaru mn.....


Andropogon citratus (lem- -..---
on grass).
Gardenia florida (Cape- ---..-
jasmine).
Rosa sp ----------.-..---- ---.-


Number of intercep-
tions in-


13 .


I 1-1 -1 -1


7--. --


15
1


1
11



1


i---- --


Collected in-


Texas.
Arizona.
Do.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
Louisiana.
Texas.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

TAll findings marked with an asterisk indic .te State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


MEXICO-Continued


Insects-Continued.
Xyleborus affimns (Scolytidae)
Xyleborus confusus (Scoly-
tidge).
D o -- -- ---- ----- -- -
Xyleborus propiZUu us (Scoly-
tidae).
Do----------------.. ......
Do .---------.. ---------....

Zabrotes subfascialus (Bru-
chidae).
Do .---....------.-------
D o ..- ...-- ---. .-.- ----
D o ... .. ... .. ..-- ..---
Do-..--------- --------- -

Do
Diseases:
Albugo ipomoeae-panduranae..
Aplanobatiter michiganense..---
D o ........... .- .. -
Bacterium maclicrla (')"i. ..-
Cephalosporium sacciari -......
Cercospora atricincta .---. ..
Coletotrichumorc'aidearum_ .
Cylindrosporium chrysanthemi
Erysiphe cich.oracearnm.------
Gloeosporium leguminum.....
Gloeosporium rose ...........-
Mycosphaerella opu ntiae......
AlMyrothe ium verrucaria ......
Ovularia obliqua..............
Phullachora graminis ........
D o ...----- --- --- -
Do ----- -
Phyllostictalaeliae.-
Physalospora orchidearum ....
Phytophthora capsici (?) ......
Pralylenchus pratensis-.......
Pseudopeziza medicaginis.....
Puccinia boutelouae-.....
Puccinia cannae ..-...........
Puccinia inccnd ita -.......
Puccir.ia pimpinellae .........
Pvccinia tageticola............
Trematosphaeria cactorum. -. -
Uromyces commelinae........

Uromyces striatus medicaqinis.
Virus spotted wilt....---..----...

MONTSERR 4T
Insects:
A.4sterolecanium miliaris lon-
gum (Coccidae,.
Chrusomphalus persona/us
(Coccidac).
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Targionia hartii (Coccidap)..
MOROCCO
Insects:
Ezosoma lusitanira (Chry-
somclidaei.
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae)--.


Ho

I


Number of intercep-
tions in-

; i i
Ct)
t | b
^ FQ y


Lilium sp. (lily)--- ----.. --
STurraeanthus sp. (avodire;
I (loul.
I Zea maps (corn) .-- -.....
i Ananas. sat i us ..-.-.-..-.--
i (edreta sp. (oc, -. -- -- --
. TurracantAussp. (avodire)
j 1 0lo '.
S.4nanas satire. ...... .. ..

i B Ean --. -.. .-.. ---------
i Chro.santhemurn sp --.....
SD aisy .-.. --....... -.
SPirscu americana (avo-
I -endo.
i Pharfolus rulgaris (hbuyuo
i b.an).
I lpomoea psc',ipre ........
Capsicum annuum ......
SLycopersicum esculentum .
, Rapba-mis sa'ii us (radish) '
: Succharum offzcinaruin_ -
SZinnia sp .- --- ....- ..
O rchid ..- -- -.-..---.--.
Chrysanthemum sp-----...-
I Cucurbita pepo(puuipkin).
SProsopissp. (mesquite) .
Rosa sri ..---------------- -
i Aammill//oria sp)p.(cacrtus) :
Lycopersicum escuItntum -..,
S R u m ex s p -. ---. -- .
i C oris sp........ ------. '
Grass -------
I Ma hlenbergia utilis -- ---........-
Laelia sp. (orcl.id)-- -
SOncidium sp. (orchid) -
SLycopersicum esculcrtirn_.
I Solanum /uberou ........
Mledicago satira (alf..f-)...'
I G rass. .. .-.- .. .- ---. .. .
: Ca-nna s -- ---- ... -.
SSolanfumi triqutfrun .....
I Pim pinella avnisun, (anic()
STagetes !enuifoliae () ....-.
SEcidnocactus macrodiscus
,'cict US).
STradescantia fluninertsis
(wandering Jew).
ledicago satira (alfalf)...
Lucopersicum esculen/tvri.


Bamr iot.. --- --.---- -...
Lnurits nftli.s (Grecian
aurniT).
(Tssppiuin sp. (cotton- I
Discor-e a sp. yam
Dioscorea sp. l yaim'i .. ..


MufCTari comosumn
lino).
.4 mu'dnltus persica
rina (nectarinc1.


(cirol-,
necta-


Collected in-


District of
lumbia.


Co-


49


.--------- ---$ -- --------1


1- ---
1 i: :: :: : :

.. ^ ;. t .. i
l . .
2 ... .... 1 ,



22



1- i 1 ---


--- -...--.....

-- -- -- ----
17' 11
2 .
..............







I 1 i = -


-- 1 ----...

I I --
l.. .... .. 1 -
2. -" 11 I
1 I .. 1 1 _
.i 1: !
i";;; -1;- :7 ::;;


2 I .. I ..- .. -" "



2 .. ..
l -- 1 -,
I -I J ... ..- ,


Tesxas.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Te' as.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Califernia.*
Ariwona.
Calif. rnia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
New York.
California.*

Te-,s.

Do.
Arizona.


Nexa York.
3!' ;rhi .ap.

New York.
Ma'saclhusetIs.


New York.








50 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1987, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

SNumber of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


MOROCCO-Continued

Disuaksts:
Iphelenchus avenue ..........

Diaporlhe perniciosa -----

Microdiplodia passerin iana ---....
Phaeochora chamaeropis .......

NETHERI HANDS
Insects:
Acrolepia asseelila (Plutel-
lidae).
.Apion carduorumrn (Curcu-
lionidae).
Apion pomonas (Curculio-
nidae).
Bruchus aftiuis (Bruehidae),_

Bruchus brachialis (vetch
bruchid).
Bruchus luteicornrs (Bru-
cnidaej.
Bruchus rufi pes (Bruchidae)._
Bruchus trisliculus (Bru-
chidae).
Callosobruchus adernptus
(Bruchidac).
Jirileirodcs chittendeni (rho-
dodendron whitefly).
Emiphpfus cinrfetus sawflyy) .----
Do---------------------
D o .- .- -- ---- -- -- -. -
D o .-.- .---- -- --. .
Do ......-- .-------.-

Eu merus sp. (Syrphidae) -----
D O ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...

Do...........-----------...........
D o -- - -
D (i -- - __ __
.lio'hrips rvneeckei (thrips).
Merodoan sp. (Syrphidap) ..

)Do -..-- --..-..
Do .--..-- ..------- ------..
Do -.----...........
Do
Do -- --..-...-............
Rhopalosiphti i n in phaene
(aphid".
(FaI)hhl).
Diseases:
I phelenchoidesfrugairiae.....
Do -

A phelenchoides parietin is

Do ...- ...- -... -....- ..-
D o ... -...........
D o. .. -... ..-

*iphefenchus aren e ....... .....
D o .....-.-.- .- ..- ..-. ...
Do. -----.-.----..-..--
Bacterium hyacinthi --.-..-..
BIotrytis nUii .................


Host


Murcari c'nme'um (eipl-
lino).
mlin)s sylhestris (apple) -.

Palm leaf ----...-. .
...- d o ,... .. .. .. ..... .....



Ailiumn porrum (leek)....

Cynara scolyrmus (globe
artichoke).
lVicia sp. (vetch)

Lathyrus lafijolius (peren-
nial pea).
l'ifia ;p. (vech) .--------......

-'i-------------------
.-.... .................

.- -o--- .. ..... -.-..........
Lathyrus odoralus (sweet
pea).
Pu'raria thunbergiana
(kud.lztl.
Rhnodot ndron sp..........

Rosa chinensis manetti.....
.. .do.
-_ --do --.-. ... ... .....
---.d. o .......-- o--........
-- d o -- - -- -- --
Rosa mulliflora (Japanese
ros-e).
ris iph iides --

tilium sp. (lily).--------
AN'rcissussp --.------
_- do .--.---.--- ...-- ...
aio. ----------
Lilin sp. (lily) --------......
Leucojun rern inm (snow-
flake).
.Aarcissus sp- ---------....
.... do ...---. -----.-........
d o - - --. .
.ternbergia lutea (Fall-
daffod(1.
T7uipa ,p. (1ulip ). ........

Liliumin regale (royal lily).-
Liflim tennifolium (cordl
lily).
(Conrall/ria majalis (lily-
of-the valley).
Liliumn eanadi rise coccineum
Libumin sp. (lily) ...--..--
Lycoris sqxi amigerr. --.....

Aster sp.. -..............-
Cnlchicum atiuniumnale \-ar.
autumn lueen.
yacinfhnus :. --..-...--.--
S. .o------------
.11 liiin p1 0lhllt i ---


Collected in-


New York.

District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.


Maryland.

New York.

Do.


Co-


District of Co.
lumbia.
Maryland.

New York.

Do.
Do.

Illinois.

Di-trict of Co
lumbia.
Connecticut."
New York.*
NPw York.
Ohio.*
New York.

District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Illinois.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Illinois.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lutmbla.
Michigan.

New York.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Virginia.
District of Co-
lumbia.


2 1. -- .---.


i








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


NETHERLANDS-Con t inued

Diseases-Continued.
Botrytis galanthina
Do ---------------. .--- --
Do-...--------. ----.-. -
Do-- .. -
Botrytis parasitica. .........
Digylench us dipsaci........
Do .----. ......
Do --------------- -
D o ...-.. ...
Do-.-----
Do --------- ------
D o......... ..... ......
D o .----- ... .
D o .....-.- ..--- ---. -----
Do ..................

Do--....--.. -..---......
D o-.----------------- --. -
D o --- ..... ... ...... ....

Erysiphe u mbelliferaurn m......
lonwochaetia compta ramnuli-
cola.
Papulospora parasitica ......
Pestalozzia lmacrotrichum .....
Phoma oleracea...............
Phoma rimosa................

Sderotinia gladioli..........
Urocystis colehici..............
Uromyces fabae..........
Vermicularia varians..........
Verticillium albo-atru m.......

D o .---- ... .----- --- -
NEVIS
Insects:
Targionia hartii (Coccidae) ..

NEWFOUTNDLAND

Insects.
Olethreutid---....-........--
D o .- ------ --- --- --- -
D o .-- --.- -- --- ------- --. .
D o ---- --- ----------
Do -...............-------
Tortricid --- -..-----------. -
D o . .
Do ...........-----------------....
D o---. -.- -- --- .- -- -- -
D o----------------------
Do---- .---................-----------
Diseases:
Ezobasidium vaccinii .........
Godronia cassandrae.......\
Sclerotinia oxycocci_......
D o.-------------------- -
Sporonema oxycocci ...........


Host


Galunthus nirlis (sintiw-
drop:.
..- do. ..---------
.... d o .. .. .- -.. ....
-do...-
Na7reissits sp -----------
./Allium cepu onion) --
Colcht mi pt r iosum almntn


luauinthun u-q
HIIulcinlhnn 9i
Iris .r i phioid, x
irik).
Iris .p
do.


(Eneli.h


Lupinus spr. (lupinv).. -----
Narcissus sp -...--.--------
Scilla sp. squilll) ---.......-----.
. -.. do .--- ---- ------------
,Solanu m tuberosum ....... .
Tigridia sp. (tigerflower)--
Pastinaca sativa (parsnip).
Rosa chinensis manctlii .... -
Tulipasp .... .........--------------
Rhododendron sp --------
Brassica oleracea capitata ..
Phragmitesco miuniis (reed-
grass).
Gladiolus sp...-
Colchicum sp -------------
Vicia sp. (vetch).------
Solanrum tuberosum ........
Dahlia sp .--.- ---. ---...
Eremurus sp ..-------


Dioscorea sp. (yam).-----.-



Vacciniun ritis-idaea (lin-
gonberry).
-.. -d o ------.-. -.. .- ---.. -
Vacciniu m sp. (blueberry). -
... do .---------- ------- -
-d o .-- ---. --.-
Vaccinium citis-idaea (lin-
gonberry).
lV'accinium sp. (blueben-rry)
.----do ------ -- --------- -
..-- do ------- -- ----..- -
- .-.- d o ------ -- -. -- --------
-----do -. .. --------- ------ -
-----do-----------------
.do ..........
- .---.. do. ---- -
o --- ---- --- --
Vacdnium ritis-idaea (hio-
gonberry).


Number of intercep-
tions in-


1 0 1 1 = k B4, or
as tJo I- 1
po 1cy 34


1
4
1
1
1
I
1
I
1
1
3
41

1
1
1
1



i

1
1
1
1

227

0
3
1

1


Collected in-


NI a.5alihusetts.
Michiean.
New York.
Virginia.
Al ichligan.
New York.
I)i-trlrt of Co-
lumbia.
N1\e York.
Do.
l)iqtri.t of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Di)-trict of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Illinois.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Alabama.
District of
lumbia.
Do.


Massachusetts.



Illinois.
Michigan.
Illinois.
Michigan.
New York.
Illinois.

Do.
Massachusetts.
Michigan.
New York.
Illinois.
New York.
Illinois.
Michigan
Do.


June 1938 ]








52 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported.from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


NEW GUINEA
Insects:
Aspidiolus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Targwnia sacchari (Coccidac) -
NEW ZEALAND
Insects:
Conolrachelus sp. (Curculion-
idae).
Leucaspis podocarpi (Cocci-
dae).
Poliaspis gaulfhtriae (Cocci-
dee).
Sternochetus mangiferae (man-
go weevil).
Tineid-----.-.. ..
Tortricid---------------------
Diseases:
Sclerotinia gladioli -----------
NICA R AGUA
Insects:
Xyle.orus propinquus (Sco-
lytidae).

N'ORWAY
Insects:
Blaslodacna sp. (Cosminop-
terygidae).
Callidium sp. (Cerambyci-
dae).
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curcu-
lion idae).
Do--------------------
Diseases:
Colletotrichum omnivorum....-
Cumminsiella sangquinea ......
Difle richus dipsaci ----------
Rhizoctonia crocorum ---------

NOVA SCOTIA

Diseases:
Didymellina iridis...-----------
PALESTINE
Insects:
Parl itoria cinerea kCoccidae)_
Do -..-----... ----..
]Po ----------------------
PANAMA
Insects:
.I naxtrepha *p. (T'rypet i',hi,) -
o loiniitlla corotiphagus (( oc-
ci,1 tc)
.1 pidi, ts drlr trtcoTr (Cocci-
-1 #-
Ful' in.Q aniilhrcorides (Miri-
(1* ').
Lrpidosaphes la-iqnmhi (Coc-
riid.iL',)
Leucaspis cockerelli (Co-cei-
(iac).
Metamnasius sericeus (silky
cun, weevil).
Mfirotermcs puanamnaensis (ter-
mite).
Oedionydhis panaincnsis
((Chrysomelidac).


Host


Cocos nucijera (coconut) ---
Saccharum sp ---.------


Olea cunninghamii.........

Podocarpus nivalis --------

Gaultheria sp------------

Alangijera indica (mango)-.
Chrysanthemum maximum
(Shasta daisy).
Malus sylestris (apple)----
Gladiolus sp-------------


Swietenia 7iahogani (ma-
hogany) (lou).


Malus sp..----------------
Pinussp. (pine)---..------

Brassica rapa (turnip)---

--- do...---------------
Aspidistra lurida-------
Mahoniasp----.-----------
Solanura tuberosum-------
----- do ---------------------


Number of intercep-
tions in-
M

0
:o a L, I- g
S. M cc
M C S

1 -


1


1


1





1


lris sp -----------------. I ------


U

Citrus grandis (grapefruit)
('itruI% medical (citron) ...._
Citrus sinensis (orange) .-


Alo ngifi ra indica (mango)_
Cocos nucifira (coconut)---

--.-do --------------------
Tabebuia doInniell-smithii
(nrinix,'rr:,) (loz).
Codiacum sip. (croton).----

Citrus timonia (lemrron) ---

Musa sp. (banana) ------

Swietenia mahogani (ma-
haiany) (log).
A .fhsa sp (banana)------


2


8
1

1


1 J...-..t..-


Collected in-


Hawaii.*
District of Co-
lumbia.

Do.
Hawaii.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.

Hawaii.*

Pennsylvania.

District of Co-
lurm bia.

Louisiana.



District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Maryland.
Virginia.

New York.
Do.
Texas.
Pennsylvania.



Massachusetts.


Washington.
Illinois.
Texas.


Maryland.
(California.*

Do.*

Louisiana.

New York.

California.'
Do.'

Louisiana.
California.*








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[AI1 findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host I Collected in-
name of pest b
o ~ t cc a
Q i S?
03 :3 3
D r5;ff M CY L


PANAMA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Parlatoria camelliae (Cocci-
dae).
Platypus rugulosus (Pl:hily-
podidae).
Stenon.id ... ..
Targionia harlih (Coccidae_ -
Xyleborus confusus (Scolyti-
dae).
Xyleborus propinquus (Scoly-
tidae).
D o -- -..- .- ...-.. .
Diseases:
Pestalozzia palmnarum ......
Uredo behnickian a -. ...

PARAGUAY
Insects:
Callosobruchus chinensis (Bru-
chidae).
D o .-- ... --..

PERL"
Insects:
Dinoderus biforeolatus (Bostri-
chidae).
Yabrotes subfasciafus (Bru-
chidae).
PHILIPPIN E.S
Insects:
Aspidiolus dehtructor (Cocci-
dae).
D o -.-- -- -.. .
Callosobruchuschinensis (Bru-
chidae).
Caryedon fuscus (Bruchida)-
Chrysornphalus rossi (Cocci-
dae).
Coccus tiridis (Coccidae) -..
Dacus cucurbitae (melon fly)_-
Dinoderus biforeolalus (Bos-
trichidae).
Furcaspis bifor mis (Coccidae)
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Cocci-
dae).
Lepidosaphes lubulorum (Coc-
cidae).
Afertila malayensis (Miridae)_

D o -.-- -. ..-- -- -- --
D o --- -- -- -
Alyelois sp. (Pyrinlididae) -.
Odonaspis secretus (Coccidae)
Orchidophilus atertimus (Cur-
culionidae).
Do ---------------- --
D o .-- ----. -. --- ----..
Orchidophilu.s peregrinator
(Curculionidae).


Houwea sp). (palm) -.. -. -
Tabebuia donnetl-smithii
(primavera) (log).
Atrrhoa caraminbola (k2n:a-
ranGa).
Dioscora sp. (yar') ---.....
Tabebnia donnell-smilhii
(primavera) (log).
Cedrus sp. (cedar) --------
Tabebuia donntll-smilhii.. -
Cocos nucifera coconuti)
Orcidium sp. (orchid)


Bean ---.----------..----
-. d o .. ..... .... ...


Cocos nucifera (coconut)_--
Palm ..-- .---- ---..----.--
Legume-----.------------
Tamarindus indica (tamrna-
rind).
Phalac ncpsis schilleriana
(orchid).
Afitraqyna rotundifolia. -.
Cucumis satirus (cuncum-
ber).
Derris sea nde ns (derris) -
Cy mbidium finlaysonianum
(orchid).
Codiaeum sp. crotonn) -----
Hibiscus sp--------------
DendTobiunm taurinum (or-
chid).
Pha!aenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
Rcnanlhera sloriei (orchid).
Tamarindus indica (tamrna-
rind).
Dincchlna scandens --------
Aerides crassifoliuin (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis amnabilis (or-
chid).
Rhynchostylis retusa (or-
chid).
Renanthera sp. (orchid)- .-


Pennsylvania.
Louisiana.
Do.
New York.
Louisiana.
New York.
Louisiana.
California.'
District of Co-
lumbia.

Do.
New York.


Do.
District of Co-
luwhia.


California.*
Pennsyl\:nnia.
Hawaii.*
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
California.*
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
District of Co-
lhmbia.
California *
Do.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
District of Co-
lumbib.
Hawaii.*
California.'*
Hawaii.*
California.*


53


Serjania
basco).
Bean --


mexicana (bar-


1

2


1



1


1
1








54 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[A41 findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host w Collected in-
name of pest
o to S. W

u CS


PHILIPPINEs-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Orchtdophilussp. (Curculion-
idae).
D o -.- - -
Orthaea pallicornis (Lygaei-
dae).
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus
(Coccidae).
D o .- --- -.---.- --. .
D o .-------. -- -....----
D o .. ...... ........
D o ..- -- -- ...... ..-.
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae)j
D o------------..---.. --
Prays citri (Philippine orange
moth.)
Do.---------------------
Prays sp. (Hyponomeutidae)
Pseudaonidia curculiginis
(Coccidae).
Do -------------
Pseudobothrideres quadraiifer
(Colydiidae).
Pseudococcus lilacinus(Cocci-
dae).
Do-------------------
D o -------- -....- ..---.-
Do.---------
Do-..--..------........-------.....-

Do----.-.... ...........
Do-------- ---
Do ------------- --
Do .----------...----......
Do......................
D o .....................
D o ......................
Do ....................-----------------
Do ---..... --.....-.....
Sinoxylon anale (Bostrichi-
dae).
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae)-

D o.......................
Diseases:
Bacterium citri...............
Colletotrich um macrosporum ..
Colleloirich u m orch idearum

D o ........... ...... ....
Do .......------------- -............ .-..
Oloeosporium affine..........
D o ... ................. .
Do -----....................


Orchid (several genera) ---
-.- d o .. .... ...
Vanda sanderiana (orchid).
Vandajoaquimiae (orchid).

.- -. do----------- .... ---- .. .
Vanda teres (orchid) ------
-.-- do -----.-.. -.- ----.--
Vanda sp. (orchid) --------
Citrus aurantifotia (lime)_.
Citrus limonia (lemon) -- -
- .- d o .-- .. .... ... .
Citrus sinensis (orange) --.-
Citrus limonia (lemon) -
Grammatophyllum specio-
sum (orchid).
-_-. -do .---..-....... .......
Dracontomelum dao (dao)
(log).
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -
Dendrobium aggregatum
(orchid).
Dendrobium crumenatum
(orchid).
Dendrobium dearei (or-
chid).
Dendrobium findlayanum
(orchid).
Dendrobium macrophyllum
(orchid).
Dendrobium merrillii (or-
chid).
Dendrobium sanderae (or-
chid).
Dendrobium sanderae par-
viflorum (orchid).
Dendrobium sp. (orchid)---
Oncidium sphacelatum (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
Rhynchostylis retusa (or-
chid).
Vanda sanderiana (orchid)-
Derris scandens (derris) -
Phalaenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis grandiflora
(orchid).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -.
Cypripedium haynaldia-
num (orchid).
Phaloenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis aphrodite (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis schilleriana
(orchid).
Phalaenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis schilleriana
(orchid).
Vanda sanderiana (orchid).


3

1
1
1
1
1
2
I




1
1
1









1


1


I




1


1
1



1
" I




1


2


3


1 I


California.
Hawaii.*
California.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
California.*
Hawaii.*
Do. *
Washington.
California.*
Do.*
Do.'
Do.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
Virginia.
Hawaii.*
Do.*
California.*
Do.'
Hawaii.*
Do.*

Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
California.*
Hawaii.*
California.*
New York.
California.*
Do.*

Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1988,
inclusive-Continued
[Aln findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host ,.. Collected in-
name of pest CD

M Cr


PHInrPINES--Con tinued
Diseases-Continued.
Gloeosporium cinctum----........
Macrophoma oncidii ---------
Physalospora orchidearum. _- -
Do----------------
Tilletia horrida--.....
Volutella albido-pila-----
PITCAIRN ISLAND
Insects:
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae).
Do.---------------
POLAND
Insects:
Aelia rostrata (Pentatomidae)
Aphanus lynceus (Lygacidae).
Apion pomonae (Curculioni-
dae).
Beosue maritimus (Lygaeidae)
Calyptonolus rolandri (Lygae-
idae).
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curcu-
lionidae).
Lecanium coryli (Coccidae)---
Do--.-----...---
Memwerus marginatus (Corei-
dae).
Palomena viridissima (Penta-
tomidae).
Rhyparochromus chiragra (Ly-
gaeidae).
Sciaphilus muricatus (Curcu-
lionidae).
Scolopostethus affinis (Lygaei-
dae).
Sehirus bicolor (Cydnidae) ...
Sehirus mario (Cydnidae) ---
Diseases:
Ditylenchus dipsaci ...........
Fusicladium depressu m.......
Hendersonia pecki-...........
Phomopsis juglandina------........
Urocystis occulata.............
Urocatis tritici.......... .
Verticilliodochium tubercula-
rioides.

PORTUGAL
Insects:
Apion pomonae (Curculioni-
dae).
Baris laticoUia (Curculioni-
dae).
Bruchus rufi pes (Bruchidae).-
Do...-.-.------..---------.....


Dendrobium laurinum (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis schiUeriana
(orchid).
Phalaenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis aphrodite (or-
chid).
Oryza safiva (rice)---- -.
Phalaenopsis sp. (orchid).



Citrus limonia (lemon) -....
Citrus sinensis (orange) -



With packing on grapes
and Corylus.
..... do ............ .........
Vicia sp. (vetch).....
With packing on grapes
and Corylius.
.....-----do.....................
Brassica oleracea capitata. -
Salix retusa-............
Tilia cordata cordifolia-....
Straw and moss packing
around Corylue, grape,
and Juglans cuttings.
With packing on grape
and Corylus cuttings.
---- -do--...-...--............
Packing.....----------
With packing on grape
and Corylus cuttings.
--..---do--...-----.--.......
- --do .-.---. -------.............--
Solanium tuberosum........
Anethum graveolens (dill)-.
Loiicera sp----------------
Juglans regia (English
walnut).
Secale cereale (rye)---------
Triticum aestiwum (wheat).
Juglans regia (English
walnut).


Vicia sp. (vetch).---------
Brassica rapa (turnip).....-


Vicia sp. (vetch).---------
--..do ...--.-..----------. -


1


1

1
1


1
1

1
1


1
1
1

1




1
1"

i
i
1


3


-il''-


. .


--.4--.'. 1'''.


I-il'
----I-- -


California.
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
California.*



New York.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Co-



Co-




Co-















Co-


Do.
Pennsylvania
Louisiana.
New York.


55








56 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported.from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


PORTUGAL-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Ceratitis capitatna ('Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
D o------ --. --- --------
Do -------- -- ---- -
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curculi-
onidae).
D o------ ------- --
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do-----------------
Tfyelois sp. (Pyralididae) -----

Psylliodes ch rysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Diseases:
Uromycesfabae -----.---.-....

PUERTO Rico
Insects:
Anastrepha momnbinpraeop-
tans (Trypetidae).
D o.------------ -..----- ...

.4nastrepha suspensa (Try-
petidae).
.4nastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)-
D o --.-. ---.--- ----- -...
Do------- -------I

AoTnidiella cocotiphagus (Coc-
cidae).
D o ------- -. ...- ----
D o .. -. ----. -..--.-.... .
D o -. ---- -------.--- -. --

Cylas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Do----......------. --- -..
Euscepes postfascialus (West
Indian sweetpotato wee-
vil).
Frankliniella i n s u I a r i s
(thrips).
'Iaplothrips gowdeyi (thrips)_-.
D o -.. .. ... ....... ....
Do ---------------
Lyctus caribeanus (Lyctidae).
D o .t .. -- .--- .- .. ..- ...
Maruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
Do ----.....-----.---
Morganella longispinu (Cocci-
dae).
Afyclois sp. (Pyralididae) ----

Do.-.. .....
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Pinnaspis minor sirachani
(Coccidae).
Pseudisch nraspis boirreyi (Coc-
cidae).
Stephanoderes guatemalensis
(Scolytidae).
Stephanothrips occidentalis
(thrips.).
Taeniothrips simplex (gladio-
hlus thrips).


Host


Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange)...
.----. do--------- -----.--
Brassica rapa (turnip).. -.
Raphanus sativus (radish)
Castanea sp. (chestnut). -

- --do ..-- -- -- -- ------ -
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind.
Raphanus satias (radish).

Vicia sp. (vetch) .--------


Number
tior


0
I..
C~)


1

9


Mangifera indica (mango)- --


Spondias cytherea (jobo de
la India).
Psidium guajava (guava)-_

Achras sapota sapodillaa) -
Psidium guajar'a (guava)--
Spondias cytherma (golden
apple).
Cocos nucifera (coconut) -..--
... do ...............-------- --
Alangifera indica (mango)-
Spondias cytherea (golden
apple).
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
----- do.---------------
---- .-d o --- -- ---- --- .. -

GerbTera sp-----...----------

Dahlia sp --.....--------
Gerbera sp-----------------
Gladiolus sp-- -----
Cola acuminata (kola)_....
Smilax sp. (greenbrier)-- ..
Cajanus indicus (pigeon
pea).
Phaieolus sp. (string bean)
Spondias cytherea (vi-apple)

Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
d o -- --. -.. ...
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
seed).
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
Annona chtrimola (cheri-
moyva).
Ochroma lagopus (balsa)---

Grias cauliflora..........
Gladiolus sp --------------


i


of intercep.-
as in-


bL
n I


li-H-i


1....
....


2- -- ----


.i .


Collected in-


Alabama.
Do.
New York.
Do.

Do.
California.*
New York.
Massachusetts
New York.

Do.


Do.

Do.

Do.

Florida.*
New York.
Do.

Do.
Texas.
New York
Do.

Louisiana.
New York.
Do.

Pennsylvania.

Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Do.

Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.

Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.

Do.
Do.

Do.
Pennsylvania.








June 19381


SERVICE AND REGULATORY


ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive- Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and
name of pest


PUERTO Rico-Continued
Insects- Continued.
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae)
Trionymus sacchari (Cocci-
dae).
Vinsonia steUifera (Coccidae).
Diseases:
CeratostomeUlla fimbriata .......
Colietotrichum cajani....
Ditylenchus intermedius ------
Puccinia urbaniana......
Rotylenchus bradys__.....
Septoria rosicola_......
Uredo jatrophicota...........
Do-- ----- ---- --
SARA
Insects:
Targionia hartii (Coccidae) -

ST. KITTS
Insects:
Asterolecanium mi/iaris Ion-
gum (Coccidae).
Targionia hartii (Coceidae) ..
ST. LUCLA
Insects:
Lepidosaphes lasianihi (Coc-
cidae).
ST. VINCENT
Insects:
Euscepes posifasciatus (West
Indian sweetpotato wee-
vii).
Diseases:
Ceratostornella tfimbriaa .....

SALVADOR
Insects:
Aspidiotus destructor (Coc-
cidae).
Heilipussp. (Curculionidac)-.-
Platynota rostrana (Tortri-
cidae).
SCOTLAND
Insects:
Agriotes sp. (Elateridae)....-


lpomota
tato).


Host


Saccharum officinarum
(sugarcane). a
-- -- do-.-- ..-- .--- --- --..
Citrus sp.. .
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Cajanus indicus (pigeon
pea).
Dioscorea sp. (yam) -----.
Stachytarpheta jarmaicensis.
Dioscorea sp. (yam)---
R osa sp - -
Jatropha gossypifolia.......
Jatropha sp...............


Dioscorea sp (yam) --------


1
1
1


---I


batatas (sweet po-


. --...- d o ... -. -.. -. --...


Cocos nucifera (coconut). 1
Manihot esculenta (cas-
sara).
Grass.----------------



Radicula amoracia (horse-
radish).


Do---------------------... Solarium tuherosum... .
Apion craccae (Curculioni- V'icia sp. (vetch).. -..
dae).
Apion pomonae (Curculioni- ----.....do.---------------
dae).
Do ---------------------- .....do------ .---..---
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchi- ---. .-do---------------
dae)
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae). Secale cereal (rye) -
Do- -----------------t 'icia hirsula (hairy ve
D o -------- --------.--- Vicidasp. (vetch) ..- --
Do ----------------- ----.. do--............---- ...
D o------------------ --.. do ...----.---- .. .
Bruchussp. (Bruchidae)..... ...do --------------
Ceutorhyachus pleurostigma -Brassicarapa(turnip)
(turnip gall weevil).


tch)


...1


Collected in-


- New York.
-- District of Co-
lumbia.
-- New York.
S Do.
Do.
S Do.
S Do.
S Do.
S Do.
S Do.
S Do.


S Do.


S Do.
Do.


- Pennsylvania.



2 Massachusetts.


Do


California.*
Do. *
Texas.



Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
SAlabama.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
Alabama.
Louisiana.
New York.
Alabama.
New York.


57


Bam boo------. ------. -
Dioscorta sp. (yam). -


Codiaeum sp. crotonn)








58 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1987, to June 80, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Number of intercep-
tions in-

Country of origin and Host. Collected in-
0 c I i C e in-
name of pest
i ^ I L- *
F3 -S L = .


SCOTLAND-Continued

Insects--Continued.
Coleophora sp. (Coleophori-
dae).
Forficula auricularia (Euro-
pean earwig).
Gelechia ericetella i.Gelechi-
idae).
D o .._ ---
Lecanium coryli (Coccidae) -


Calluna vutgaris (heather)

.. do ..-.-- --- .--- ..- .


.....do --------------


..... do ...- ------. ----. --
Populus balsamifera rarie-
gata.


Do---------- -- ----- Ribes roeundifolium -
Lochmaca suturalis (Chryso- Calluna rulgaris (heather)
melidae).
Aficr-:.lIvs ericae (Curculioni- .-.. do-------- .............------
dae).
Do--------- ----------- ..-----. do .----..............-----
Do -------------------- ----- -- do .------------------
Do----------------- -----do.----------------
lyjzus ornalus (aphid) -. Sediun sp. stonecropp'). -
Orthotylus ericetorum (Miri- Calluna rftlgaris heatherr)_
dae).
Scoloporlethus affinis (Iy- ...do----- ---------
gaeidae).
Taeniothrips atratus (thrips) ----...-.do ------------ -----
D o -- -------------- -- -. do .--------------- -
Do--------- ------- ----- do---- -------------
Do -------------------- ----- do ------ -
Taeniofhrips ericac (thrips)--- --do
Do------------------------ do.------------- -----
Do-------.-- -- -- -----. --do------- -------
Thrips flatus (thrips) -- ----- -- _- do----------- ---------
Ulopa ret'culata (Cicadelli- _.-- do-------------------
dae).
Diseases:
M.vfcosphatrella fragariae ----- Fagaria sp. (strawberry)--


Oidium hortensiae --------
Trom cI s fjabac .-.--..... .--
Vermicularia frichella -.----.-

SIAM
Insects:
Eurytonza sp. (Eurytomidae).

Diseases:
GIososporiuim a/ffine......

Do--.-------------
Gloeosporium cinctium -------
Glomirella cincta ---_- -
Physalospora orchidearu m....

SOCIETY ISLANDS

Insects:
Tineid........----.---.------

SOUTH EAST AFRICA

Insects:
Ceratitis capitata (Mleditr-
ranean fruitfly).

SPAIN


Insects:
Ceratitis capitata
ranean fruitfly).
Do-----------


Hyidrangea sp---------...----
Vicia sp. (vetch).........
Iledera helix (English ivy)-


Vanda denisoniana (or-
chid).

Saccolabium gigantev-m ii-
lustre.
Vanda caerulea (orchid). --
Cymhidium lowii (orchid)--
O rchid ---..---. -------- ---
CymbiIivmI lowianumrn (or-
chid).


BaTringtonia speciisa......



Cifrrs sinensis (orange) -. -..


(Mediter-. -...do--------------------


-.. do.


2


1










1


4 ---. I. -


1; ....
20 -
2I -
2 1 -


1 ..-
1 _
10
10 -

2 -
16 __
3
3 .
3-- --


1


New Yorrk.

Pennsylvania.

New York.

Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.

Maryland.

Michigan.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.

New York.

MIaryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
Michigan.
New York.
Do.
Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.


California.*

Do.*

Do.*
Do.*
New York.
California.*


District of
lumbia.


Texas.



Do.

New York.


Co-


k


I


------ ---- ----

------ ---- ----








June 1938]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to
inclusive-Continued


[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


SPAIN-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Chrysomphalus didyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
D o----------------------
Parlatoria ziziphi us (Coccidae)
Diseases:
Botrytis aliii .- --... --
Puccinia allii ...- .............
Puccinia angustata------.......--...-
STRAITS SETTLEMENTS


Insects:
A.4spidiotus palmae (Coccidae).
Ceratitis sp. (Trypet idae)L...-
ParlaIoria pergandii var.
(Coccidae).
Parlaloria psendaspidiotus
(Coccidae).
D o .- --- .... --.-. .
D o --- --- ....... ... .
D o -.----- -..-... .
Parla/ori, ziziph us (Coc-
cidae).
D o ---- .-- -- --..
Prays sp. (Hyponomeutidae).
Diseases:
Bacterium citri ---
D o--------- -
D o -- - .-- .
Bacterium lachrymans.....
Septoria citri............ -

SUMATRA
Insects:
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus
(Coccidae).
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
SWEDENI
Insects:
Ernobius abietis (Anobiidae)-
Leucaspis loewi (Coccidae) --
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parint us -
D o ..--- --- ...-- .. ... .
Chrysomyxa pyrolae..........
Ditylenchus dipsaci......
D o ....... .. ....... .. ...
Ilendersonia pecki --.---
Lophodermium juniperinum. -
Phomopsis aucubae...........
Phragmotrichum chailleli ----......-

Sporonema strobilinum .......
Thecopsora padi ..............
SWITZERLAND
Insects:
Acalypta marginala (Tingit-
idae).
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae)-.
Frankliniella intonsa (thrips).
ILaspeyrcsia splendana (01e-
threutidae).
Do ------...........


Host


Citrus linonia (lemon) -...---
Citrus sinensis.............
Citri,. lim oni -.............
.4Auni n cpa (onion) ......
Allium satirum (garlic) -. -
Scirpus sp. (bulrush) .----.



Palm-----------------
Capsicum annuum .
(Citrus grandi.M (pomelo) -
Orchid .--.-.--. ........ ..
Vanda cooper (orchid) -
Vanda hookeriana (orchid)
Vondu sp. (orchid -..-...
Citrus grin'iis (pomelo) ....

Citrus linonia (lemon) _
Citrus grandis (pomelo)- -
Citrus aurariifolia (lime).
Citrus grandis (pomelo)
Citrus limonia (lemon).- -.
Oeurbita pepo (pumpkin).
Citrus limonia (lemon)... -


Dendrobium sp. (orchid) --.


Coffee sp.---------------........


Picea exce/sa (Norway
spruce).
Pinus sp. (pine)..-- -

Dauucus carota (carrot)---
Solarinum tuberosu rn .......
Picea excelsa (Norway
spruce).
Solanum tuberosu m-.....
.....do-_------------......
Lonicera tatarica (Tata-
rian honeysuckle).
Juniperus sp. (juniper) ....
Aucuba sp._.-.-. ...-
Picea ercelsa (Norway
spruce).
----- do--.... -
---- do .. ----....... .. ...


Packing for pear cuttings-.
Vlcia sp. (vetch) --------
Narcissus sp ....-----
Caslanea sp. (chestnut)--....


do


Number of intercep-
tions in-



w
Su C


-a '




i -- _- -
SI-
. .

I 1

2i -I---- --
----- --------1





---- ----- -- 1

-- --- ---- -- -- ----
- ---- -- .- --- 1



-- -2 --: --: -----: 1
__ 1





11



.. .--i .- 1
-i .- 1


2
2
1



2


'ii 1111


Collected in-


Maryland.
Texas.
California.*
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.



'Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts.
Do.
Hawaii.*
Do.*
Do.*
'Massachusetts.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
Maryland.
New York.


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.



Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Texas.
Alabama.
New York.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
MI assachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
California.*
New York.


Co-


59


June 30, 1988,


---- ---- ----
I 'I ----








60 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from Jidy 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and Host ) c" I Collected in-
name of pest b,
bt,
os SF S
O? ~~~ I- 3 -i <
o '


SWITZERLAND-Continued
Diseases:
Phylloslictla ruborum -.---
Pucciniastrum myrtilli ........
Sporonema strobilinum------.......
Uromyces fabae .... .....
SYRIA
Insects:
Bruchus deilipes (Bruchidae)_
Lepidosaphesficus (Coccidae)-
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae)-_
TRANS-JORDAN


Insects:
Ph Ioeotribus
(Scolytidae).


TRINIDAD
Insects:
A nastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)
Asterolecaniu m aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Asterolecanium miliaris (Coc-
cidae).
.- sterolecanivm miliaris Ion-
gutm (Coccidae).
Ceroputo barberi (Coccidae)-_
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)_
_larmara sp. (Gracilariidae)-_
Do--------
Orth e zia praelonga (Coccidae) -
Pinnaspis minor strachani
(Coccidae).
D o ..---..-... ........---
Diseases:
Ceroteliu m desmium.-....
Colletotrichum truncatum ..
Afycosphaerella citrulina...
TURKEY
Insects:
Bostrichus capucinus (Bos-
trichidae).
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae)-_
Callirhylis glandium (Cynip-
idae).
Trogoxylon. impressum (Lye-
tidae).
Diseases:
Anguina tritici -----------................
Uromyces loti .................
UGANDA
Insects:
Pectinophna gqossyprc 'la (pink
bollwormj.
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA
Insects:
Cerotitis sp. (Trypetidae)---
Do-------.------


Rubus sp. (raspberry) -.---
A zalea sp ................
Picea sp. (spruce) ----..---
Vicia sp. (vetch).---------


Vicia faba broadbeann) -..
Ficus sp.... -----
Malus sylvestris (apple) -



Olea europaea (olive) --



MAangifera indica (mango)-
Oncidium sp. (orchid) --
Bamboo -------------


------ do ------------- -- ---


Beaumontia randiflora
(heralds-trumpet).
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ------
Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
Citrus sinensis (orange) -- --
Bontia daphnoides ---------
Muntingia glabra ----------
Roystonea regia (royal
palm).
Gossypium barbadense (Sea-
Island cotton).
Phaseolias sp. (string bean)
Cucumis salivus (cucum-
ber).

Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice)
Legume seed------------
Quercus sp. (valonia)----.


1------1
1-


I


Glycyrrhiza glahra (licorice) .

Triticu m aestivu mn (wheat)...
Lotus sp....... ..........


Gossypium sp. (seed cat- _
ton).
Coffee sp. (coffee) ---------


Malus sylvestris (apple)--..
Pyrus communis (pear) ....


1 ----...


3---
3 ...


Maryland.
New York.
Do.
Do.


Do.
Washington.
New York.



Do.


Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


Do.
Do.


District of C
lumbia.
Texas.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Puerto Rico.
District of C
lumbia.
New York.
Texas.
Pennsylvania.


New York.
District of C
lumbia.
New York.


Do.


District of
lumbia.
Do.


New York.
Do.




Do.
Texas.


scarabaeoides








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


61


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1 1937, to June 30, 1938,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection


Country of origin and
name of pest


UNION OF SOUTH AFRK( \--Con.

Insects-Continued.
Chionaspis subnuda/a (Coc-
cidae).
D o .----. ---- ----------- -
C o -.. ....------------- .--
Frankliniella schultzei (thrips)
Haplothrips gouwdeyi (thrips).
Haplothrips n ir ic o r a is
(thrips).
Do -- -- -
Iridomyrmr" humilils (Argen-
tine ant).
Phlyctinus callosus (Curcu-
lionidac).
Taeniothripsfumosa ithrips)_-.
Tortricid ---------.. --- .- ---
D o ...-- -- -. .. .. .
Do..--.----.-------.- ..
Diseases:
Aphelenchus avenue .... -
Fabraea macutata -
Ileterosporium ornithogali -
Do .- ---.----....- -. -
D o .. ... .. ....
D o -------------------
D o --- ---- --------- --
Puccinia ornithogali thyrsoides.
Do --------------------...
Do....................
Do ------.-----------.....--
Do-- ----------- -- -
D o ------ ---- ----------
Uromyees limonii..--..-------

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST
REPUBLICS
Insects:
Alegastigmus aculeatus (Calli-
momidae).
Diseases:
Fvsicladiu m depress m ......

URUTGUAY
Diseases:
Difylenchus dispaci. ----------

VENEZUELA
Insects:
Anchonus sp. (Curculionidae)


Ho.st


Caralluma sp --.....-----.-- --I

Huernia kirkii
Siapelia peglerae.-_ -__-..
Ornithogalum thyrsoides ------
(chinkerichee).
.- .- d o .--- -----. --.--- .. ... .
Erica sp. (heath) --- ----- i .---


Ornithogalunm thyr-oidrs_
S-..... -do --------

liris sp. (grape)---------

Ornilhogalum thyrsoides -..
..... do--.- -------------
Prunus domesFlica (plum)._
\itissp. (grape') ---------

Ornithogalu tit thyrsodes..
Cydonia oblonga (quince)
Orni/hogalu m thyrsoides. -
S... d o .-- ..- .. --.. -- I
do---------.---------
- d do --- -- ..--- -.. -.
d o .-- -.-.-.- .--- .. .
d.. do -- -- -.... --. -
S do --...... .. .. .... .
-do--_ -------------
.do_...............
-- ..d o -- ---- -
Limonium ,9p. (sea-laven-
der).


Rosa sp_ -

Foeniculuim sp. (fennel)---


Allium sairrim (garli&..


Cattleya sp. (orchid) ....-.-


Do --------...-...-....I Orchid -
Eurytioma orchidearum (or- Cattleya
chid fly).
Do ------.- ------------- Orchid-
Erptochiomera formosa (Ly- Cattleya
gaeidae).
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) do -
Do.--..------... -----...-..-- --- do--

D o ----------------....- .. Epidend
D o------------ ---------- Orchid
ITidomyrmrx iniqu us (ant).... -----.... do--..


sp. (orchid)..---- .-

sp. (orchid) -----



Tump Ep. (orchid) -.-


Do ................----------------.. ----- do------............... ---------I
Iridomyrme.r iniquus nigella': Caltleya sp. (orchid) -... ..
(ant).
Do------.--------.-..--------.. do---------
Do----------------- I Orchid -----


Number of intercep-
tions in-


i 'j=ti i


*1 I I- I-*****- I-~I


1I


..... 13
13

4 .

. 14
1 15
1---.
1 -,-


-I
-, --I
-- ---I
I -.

-I -






-
--I -








--- I


- I--- I


---1----. ---


---I -- ---





---- -I--- t
S-.. -. .. .


Collected in-


California.*

Do.*
Do.*
New York.

Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Maryland.
Massachuset ts.
Minnesota.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
M assachusvtt:z.
Minnesota.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New Y'ork.



District of Co-
lumbia.

New York.


1)Do.


District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.

California. *
District of Co-
lumbia.
Hawaii.*
Puerto Rico.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
California.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
Puerto Rico.


June 1938]








62 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE IJuly1937

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1937, to June 80, 1988,
inclusive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Country of origin and
name of pest


VENEZUELA-Continued
Insccts-Continued.
Stephanoderes guaternalensis
(Scolytidae).
Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae).
D o-.--------------------
D o-----------------------
Tineid -----------------------
D o-.---------------------
D o .. ... .---------------
Diseases:
Colletotrichum orchidearu m...
VIRGIN ISLANDS

Insects:
Targionia harlii (Coccidae)..--
WALES
Insects:
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curcu-
lionidae).
D o..----.....----- ----
Do ---------- -------
Diseases:
Neotylenchus abnIbosus...
Pratylenchus pratensis..-
WEST AFRICA
Insects:
Brachypeplus rubidus (Niti-
dulidae).
Diseases:
Schizophyllum commune.....
YUGOSLAVIA
Insects:
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threulidae).
Pyrausta nubilalis (Europenn
corn borer).
Taeniothrips dianthi (thri ps)..
Diseases:
Gloeodes pondige na .......... -
UNKNOWN ORIGIN
Insects:
A.onidiella eocoliphiagus (Coc-
cidae).
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Dinodcfrut pilifrons (Bostri-
bchidue).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Atfelois sp. (Pyrnlididae)....
Perkinsiella saccharicida (su-
garcane leafhopper).
Trypetid ...- .......-.---. ....
Diseases:
Bacterium citri --....-..
D o-------. ---.- ---


Host


,Poinciana regia (flamboy-
ant).
Cattleya sp. (orchid) -------
Orchid----- ----------
.- -. do ---.-. --- --.--------. --
Cattleya inogsiae (orchid) -
Cattleya sp.----------------
-. -d o .....-.- ... .---------

Caottleya sp. (orchid)-...----



Dioscorea sp. (yam).. ---


Brassica campestris (ruta-
haga).
Brassica rapa (turnip) .---
._ --do--... --------

do ----. ----- -----
Sola n u m tuberosum -------


Lovea klaineana (African
walnut( (log).
Khaya u'orensis (African
mahogany) (log).

Nerium ohalnder (oleander)
Castanea sp. (chestnut) -.
7ea mays (corn) .--....--.
Dianthus sp. (carnation)--
Malus syh'estris (apple)---


Cycad leaf................
On pier among 3 pounds of
oranges.
Bamboo cane-------------
Banana debris .----.----.-
Punica granatum (pome-
Sgranate).
In quarters of Clipper.....
Heliconia sp. (wild plan-
tain).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime).
Citrus sinef nsis (orange)__ .


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0
b.C









2
2
1
3

1


1


'. -I --i. i


~~~~1


Collected in-


Pennsylvania.
District' of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Pu(rto Rico.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
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