An index to Bulletins nos. 1-30 (new series) (1896-1901) of the Division of Entomology

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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY-BULLETIN NO. 36, NEW SERIES.
L. 0. HOWARD, Entomologist.




AN INDEX


TO



BULLETINS NOS. 1-30 (NEW SERIES)


(1896-1901)

OF THE


DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY.


Compiled under the direction of the Entomologist
BY
NATHA\N BANKS, ASSISTANT ENTOMOLOOIST.


WASHINGTON:


GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.


1902.




















LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY,
a.sin'tgton, D. -C., July 10, 1902.
SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith manuscript of an index
to the Bulletins of the Division of Entomology, Nos. 1 to 30, new series,
published in the years 1896 to 1901, and which has been prepared by
Mr. Nathan Banks, an assistant in this office. These Bulletins are con-
stantly referred to by experiment-station entomologists and others
interested in this subject, and we have frequently received letters ask-
ing that such a general index be published. I therefore have no hesita-
tion in recommending its publication.
Respectfully,
L. 0. HOWARD,
Entomologist.
Hon. JAMES WILSON,
Secretary of Agrictulture.


















AN INDEX TO BULLETINS NOS. 1 TO 30 (NEW
SERIES) (1896 TO 1901) OF THE DIVISION OF
ENTOMOLOGY.


AUTHORS.

[Roman numerals refer to number of bulletin.]

Aldrich, J. M., II, 28.
Alwood, W. B., VI, 80; XVII, 70, 72.
Banks, N., XXII, 99; XXIV.
Barrows, \V. B., IX, 27, 49.
Benton, F. H., I.
Britton, W. E., XVII, 81.
Bruner, L., VII, 31, 36.
Burgess, A. F., XVII, 59; XX, 107.
Busck, A., XXII, 88.
Chittenden, F. H., II, 36; IV, 112; VI, 85; VII, 60, 67; VIII; IX, 20, 64; X, 26,
54, 79, 82; XVII, 84; XVIII, 35, 44, 82, 83; XIX; XXII, 37, 51, 64, 93;
XXIII; XXVII; XXIX; XXX, 45, 63.
Cockerell, T. D. A., II, 91; IX, 25; XVII, 87; XXII, 92.
Cooley, R. A., XVII, 61.
Coquillett, D. W., VII, 64; X, 66, 70; XVIII, 81; XXII, 44, 48.
Cordley, A. B., IX, 71.
Davis, G. C., II, 35.
Doran, E. W., XVII, 90.
Dyar, H. G,, XXVII, 60.
Felt, E. P., XVII, 16; XX, 39, 60; XXVI, 22.
Fernald, C. H., II, 59; VI, 5; XVII, 24.
Fernald, H. T., XXVI, 34.
Fiske, W. F., XVII, 67; XXVI, 33.
Fletcher, J., XXVI, 94.
Forbush, E. H., XVII, 78; XX, 85, 104.
Galloway, B. T., XXVI, 59.
Gillette, C. P., II, 96; VI, 89; IX, 30, 32, 75, 76, 77; XXVI, 5, 54, 76
Harvey, F. L., II, 99.
Harward, W., XXII, 96.
Havens, F. G., XXII, 83.
Hemenway, H. D., XXII, 69.
Hinds, W. E., XXX, 78.
Hopkins, A. D., II, 75; VI, 49, 71; XVII, 44; XXI; XXVIII.
Howard, L. 0., II, 40; III; IV; VI, 13, 36, 74; VII, 40, 62; IX, 15, 18, 38; X, 20,
63; XI; XII; XIII; XVII, 13, 55, 57; XVIII, 7, 30; XX, 24, 2S, 36; XXII,
7, 24, 93, 107; XXV; XXVI, 16, 17, 54; XXX, 39, 75, 82, 97.









Hubbard, H. G., VII, 9; IX, 38; XVIII, 13.
Hunter, W. D., X, 40; XXII, 30.
Johnson, W. G.., VI, 63, 74; IX, 80, 83; XVII, 39, 92; XX, 43, 62, 94, 99; XXVI,
55, 73, 80.


Kirkland, A. H., VI, 27; IX, 46; XVII, 70; XX, 53, 102; XXVI, 75.
Koebele, A., XXX, 88.
Lintner, J. A., II, 50, 69; VI, 54.
Lounsbury, C. P., IX, 34; XXVI, 41.
Mally, C. W., IX, 40; XVII, 98; XX, 68.
Marchal, P., IX, 54.
Marlatt, C. L., II. 19, 47; III; IV: VI, 30, 38; IX, 54; X, 7; XIV; XVI
52, 59; XX, 5, 36, 73, 76; XXX, 33.
Matsumura, M., X, 36.
Mokrzhetski, S., XVIII, 78.
Morgan, H. A., VI, 93; XXX, 7.
Osborn, H., V; VI, 78; XVI; XVII, 6.
Penny, C. L., XXVI, 60.
Pergande, Theo., VII, 52; XVIII, 13, 26; XXII, 92.
Piper, C. V., XXII, 41.
Quaintance, A. L., XVII, 94; XX, 56; XXVI, 35.
Rane, F. W., XVII, 75.
Reh, L., XXII, 79.
Rolfs, P. H., IX, 27.
Sanderson, E. D., XXVI, 60, 66.
SchCyen, W. MI., IX, 79.
Scott, W. M., XX, 82; XXVI, 49.
Simpson, C. B., XXX, 51.
Smith, J. B., II, 6, 31; VI, 46; XVII, 32.
Southwick, E. B., II, 35.
Tepper, J. G. 0., XXII, 95.
Webster, F. M., II, 76, 79, 84; VI, 18, 66; IX, 5, 30, 40; XV: XVII
55, 68; XXVI, 59, 84.
Weed, C. M., II, 28: XVII, 67, 76; XXVI, 32, 33.
Weed, H. E., II, 26, 98.
Woodworth, C. W., XXVI, 90.
Zehntner, L., X, 32.


1,94; XVIII,


,98; XX, 46,




















ILLUSTRATIONS.

[Roman numerals. in (arpitail. refer to number of bullefiJ !
ACARINA.

Argas americanus, V, pl. iii, fig. 3.
Bd(lellhi sp., XIV, 104.
Boophiliis 1)ovi', V, pl. iv, pl. v.
Bryobia pratensis, IV, 51.
larva, IV, 52.
Cheyletus sp., XIV\', 104.
Chorioptes syinbiotes, V, 265.
Deiiodex folliculorum, V, 274.
Dermacentor amiericanus, V, 260.
Dermanyssus gallina., V, 254.
Iphis ovalis, XIV, 104.
Ixodes ricinus, V, 262.
Leptus americana, V, 252.
irritans, V, 252.
Linguatula rhinaria, V, 275.
serrata stage, V, 275.
Myobia museuli, V, 264.
Myocoptes inusculintis, V, 265.
Oppia pilosa XIV, 102.
Oribatella sp., XIV, 102.
Oripoda elongata, XIV, 102.
Ornithodorus americanus, V, pl. iii, fig. 2.
Pediculoides ventricoiins, X, 17; XIV, 103.
Psoroptes communism, V, 267.
Rhiphistoma leporis, V, 261.
Rhynchoprium spinosum, V, pi. iii, fig. 1.
Sarcoptes mutans, V, 273.
side view, V, 273.
scabiei, V, 269.
legs, V, 270.
mouth parts, V, 270.
burrow, V, 271.
Tetranychus bimiacuilatus, adult, XXVII, 36.
palpus, XXVII, 36.
claws, XXVII, 36.
Troinbidiuni locustaruni, eggs and larva, XXX, 22.
larva and adult, XXX, 23.
Tyroglyphus longior, IV, 100.
siro, IV 101.
sp., XIV, 103.








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MIYRIOPODA.

Scutigera forceps, adult, IV, 48.
larva, IV, 49.

THYSANURA.

Lepidocyrtus americanus, IV, 82.
Lepisma domestica, IV, 77.
saceharina, IV, 76.

PSEUDONEUROPTERA.

Atropos divinatoria, IV, 79.
Termes flavipes, male and female, IV', 70.
head of female, IV, 72.
eggo and larva, I'V, 73.
different forms, IV', 74.

ORTHOPTERA.

Dictyophorus reticulatus, adult, XXX, 28.
sac of, XXX, 29.
Grasshopper eggs, exposed by cultivation, XXX, 15.
Gryllus assimilis) adult, IV, 54.
wings, IV, 55.
domestics, IV, 53.
Melanoplus differentials, adult, XXX, 11.
o6theca, XXX, 12.
Orchelimum agile, adult, XXX, 30.
egg-punctures, XXX, 30.
Periplaneta americana, IV, 84.
eggo-capsule, IV, 89.
australasim, I'V, 91.
orientalis, IV, 92.
Phyllod romia germanica, I V', 92.
Schistocerca americana, adult, XXX, 26.
obseura, adult, XXX, 27.
fifth stage, XXX, 27.


MALLOPHAGA AND PEDICULI.


Docophorus coccygi, V, 222.
corvi, \V, 220.
cygni, V, 192.
quiscali, V, 219.
speotyti, V, 222.
testudinarius, V', pl. ii, fig. i.
Goniocotes abdominalis, V, 193.
burnetti, V, 194.
cormpar, V, 193.
rectangulatus, V, 194.
G(oniodes damicornis, V, 196.
dissimflis, V, 195.
falcicornis, V, 197.
stylifer, V, 196.
Gyropus gracilis, V, 215.
ovalis, V, 215.


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Hrmnatomnyzuiis proboci.ideus, V, 188.
Heminatopiin ides squa '4iius', V, 187.
aenmiatopinus acanthopus, V, 182.
antennatus, V, 183.
asini, V, 180.
eurysternus, V, 173.
hesperormydis, V, 185.
montanus, V, 184.
pedalis, V, 171.
piliferus, V, 169.
sciuropteri, V, 183.
suturalis, V, 185.
urius, V, 179.
vituli, V, 177.
Lipeuirus baculus, V, 199.
infuscatus, V, pl. ii, figs. e, f.
polytrapezius, V, 201.
squalidus, V, 200.
subangusticeps, V, pi. ii, fig. g.
variabilis, V, 202.
Menopon biseriatuin, V, 211.
expansum, V, pl. ii, fig. j.
interruptus, V, pl. ii, fig. h.
palliduin, V, 211.
Nirmnus abruptus, V, pl. ii, fig. c.
cordatus, V, pl. ii, fig. a.
marginatus, V, pl. ii, fig. b.
parallelus, V, pl. ii, fig. d.
Ornithobius cygni, V, 202.
Pediculus capitis, V, 167.
vestimenti, V, 167.
mouth parts, V, 165.
Phthirius inguinalis, V, 166.
Trichodectes castoris, V, 241.
climax, V, 205.
geomydis, V, 239.
latus, V, 204.
limbatus, V, 205.
mephitidis, V, 242.
parallelus, V, 240.
parumpilosus, V, 208
pilosus, V, 207.
scalaris, V, 209.
setosus, V, 238.
sphlerocephalus, V, 206.
subrostratus, V, 203.
libialis, V, 240.
Trinoton lituratum, V, 214.
luridum, V, 213.
HETMIPTERA.
Acanthia hirundinis, V, 161.
antenna, V, 162.
inodora, V,160.
antenna, V, 162.










Acanthia lectularius, adult, IV, 32; V, 158.
egg and young larva, IV, 33.
larval stages, IV, 35.
head, V, 159.
antenna, V, 162.
Anasa armigera, XIX, 32.
tristis, egg, XIX, 22.
nymph, XIX, 23.
adult, XIX, 24.
Aspidiotus ostreaformis, scales, XX, 77.
larva, XX, 79.
& and 9, XX, 80.
last segment, XX, 81.
perniciosus, III, frontispiece.
appearance on bark, III, 36.
adult male, III, 42.
adult female, III, 43.
development of male, III, 41.
young, III, 39.
Blissus dorihe, adults, XV, 76.
stages, XV, 76.
leucopterus, stages, XV, 19.
long-winged, XV, 20.
short-winged, XV, 20.
on corn plant, XV, 28.
Brachyrhynchus gran ulatus, XV, 65.
Cicada septendecim, transformations, XIV, frontispiece.
work of, XIV, pl. i.
& and 9, XIV, 18.
head andl thlorax, XIV, 51.
head, front view, XIV, 52.
head and thorax parts, XIV, 53.
side view, XITV, 54. "
abdomen of Y, XIV, 54.
ovipositor of, XIV, 54.
section of ovipositor, XIV, 55.
musical apparatus, XIV, 56.
pupl)al galleries, XIV. 64,
clay building, XIV, 66.
huts, XIV, l)is. ii, iii.
egg punctures. XIV, 76.
scars, XIV, 76, 77.
egg-nest, XIV, 79.
egg, XIV, 80.
newly hatched larva, XIV, 81.
first larval-stage, XIV, 86.
second larval stage, XIV, 87.
third larval stage, XIV, 88.
fourth larval stage, XIV, 88.
first pupal stage, XIV, 89.
Cimex. See Acanthia.
Conorhinus sanguisuga, pupa and adult, IV, 39.
larva and egg, IV, 40.
beak, IV, 41.







Conoi'hinus sanguisuiga, adult. V, 164.
nymph, and adult, XXII, 2S.
nymph and egg, XXII, 29.
head XXII, 30.
Corimelaena pulficaria, XV, 65.
Coriscus subcoleoptratus, long and short winged, XXII, 26.
Entilia sinuata, adult, nymph, and eggs, XXX, 76.
larval stages, XXX, 77.
Gargaphia angulata, adult, XXIII, 33.
Halticus uhleri, XIX, 60.
Lecanium nigrofasciatum, XVIII, 27.
leg and antenna. XVIII, 28.
Leptoglossus opposites, XIX, 44.
phyllopus, XIX, 46.
Melanolestes abdominalis, & and Y, XXII, 26.
Milyas cinctus, XV, 54.
Nectarophora destructor, winged and apterous female and nymph, XXIII, 36.
Nysius angustatus, XV, 64.
Olliffiella cristata, galls of, VII, 77.
Piesmnia cinerea, XV, 65.
Pulvinaria acericola, XVII, 57.
egg and larva, XXII, 17.
larva third stage, XXII, 18.
Spillpa, XXII, 19.
hibernating 9, XXII, 19.
full-grown 9, XXII, 20.
2 with egg-sac, XXII, 21.
Sinnumerabilis, XVII, 57.
newly hatched young, XXII, 8.
T larva, second stage, XXII, 9.
9 larva, third stage, XXII, 10.
9 larva, fourth stage, XXII, 11.
young hibernating 9, XXII, 12.
gravid 9 XXII, 12.
adult S, XXII, 13.
adult 9, XXII, 14.
9 with egg-sac, XXII, 14.
Rasahus biguttatus, XXII, 27.
Re(luvius personatus, XXII, 24.
Rhopalosiphum violae, winged and wingless females and nymphlis, XXVII, 44.
Triphleps insidiosus, XV, 53.
Xylococcus betulhe, XVIII, 14.
end of body, second stage, XVIII, 21.
end of body, third stage, XVIII, 22.
end of body, fourth stage, XVIII, 22.
end of body of female, XVIII, 21.
male, XVIII, 25.
female, XVIII, 23.
first stage, XVIII, 20.
second stage, XVIII, 22.

COLEOPTERA.
Agrilus anxious, XVIII, 48.
work of, XVIII, 45.
larval galleries, XVIII, 45.










Agrilus bilineatus, V'II, 71.
Agriotes mancus, beetle and larva, XXVII, 77.
Allorhina nitida, X, 21.
Anthrenus scrophularie, IV, 58.
Aramigus fulleri, different stages, XXVII, 89.
Arecelrus fasciculatus, VIII, 36.
Attagenus piceus, IV, 61; VIII, 18.
Bruchus chinensis, VIII, 25.
4-maculatus, VIII, 25.
Calosoma calidum, adult arid larva, XXIX, 37.
Cerotoma trifurcata, IX, 67.
Ceutorhynchus rapa?, work of, XXIII, 40.
beetle, larva, and pupa, XXIII, 43.
Corthylus columbianus, VII, 17.
galleries of, VII, 1S.
punctatissimus, VII, 16.
ambrosia of, VII, 17.
galleries of, VII, 17.
Crioceris 12-punctata, egg, X 58.
Dendroctonus frontalis, VII, 73.
galleries of, XXVIII, pl. viii.
work of, XXVIII, pl. xii.
piceaperda, larva, pupa, and adult, XXVIII, pl. ii.
galleries and mines of, XXVIII, pls. iii, iv, v.
dormant and active periods, XXVIII, 19.
terebrans, work of, XXVIII, pl. xii.
Dermestes lardarius, IV, 108.
Diabrotica vittata, X, 26.
head of larva, X, 28.
egg, XIX, 48.
Disonyclha xanthomelhena, XIX, 81.
Dryocwetes picea, work of, XXVIII, p1. viii.
Echocerus cornutus, IV, 115.
Elaphidion inerrMe, XVIII, 41.
mucronatum, XVIII, 43.
subi)ubescens, work of, XVIII, 41.
villosum, XVIII, 36.
Epieaerus imbricatus, XIX, 62.
attacked by fungus, XXIII, 32.
Epilachna borealis, XIX, 11.
work of, XIX, 14.
Epitrix cucumrneris, XIX, 89.
parvula, X, 80.
Euphoria inda, XIX, 68.
Gnathotrichus materiarius, VII, 30.
gallery of, VII, 30.
Haltica ignita, beetle, egg-mass, larva, and pupa, XXIII, 70.
abdominal segments, XXIII, 73.
Hoplia callipyge, beetle, XXVII, 97.
Hyperaspis signatus, larveT feeding on Pulvinaria, XXVI, 18.
Lachnosterna arcuata, XIX, 74.
sexual characters, XIX, 75.
egg, larva, pupa, and beetle, XXVII, 75.
fusca, sexual characters, XIX, 75.








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Lasiodermna serricorne, IV, 126.
licail of larva, IV, 126.
Lixus concavus, work of, XXIII, 61, 67.
beetle, egg, larva, and iuila, XXIII, 62.
Macrobasis iunicolor, XXX, 23.
Magdalis a-nescens, insect, larva, and pupa, XXII, 39.
work of, with insect in situ, XXII, 40.
Monarthrum fasciatum, VII, 28.
gallery of, VII, 26.
mali, VII, 28.
gallery of, VII, 27.
ambrosia of, VII, 27.
Necrobia rufipes, IV, 105.
Nodonota puncticollis, VII, 60.
Pentilia misella, III, 52.
Phhleotribus picea, work of, XXVIII, pl. xi.
Pityophthorus cariniceps, work of, XXVIII, pl. viii.
Platypus comnpositus, VII, 14.
amnibrosia of, VII, 16.
larva, VII, 15.
work of, VII, 14.
Polygraphus rufipennis, galleries of, XXVIII, p1]. 9.
Rhvnchites bicolor, XXVII, 99.
Silvanus bicolor, VIII, 11.
gossypii, VIII, 13.
mercator, VIII, 12.
surinamiensis, IV, 121; VIII, 12.
Sitodrepa panicea, IV, 124.
head of larva, IV, 125.
Spermophagus pectoralis, female and infestel seed, XXIII, 38.
Systena iWanda, larva, adult, and eggs, XXIII, 22.
teniata, dark variety, XXIII, 23.
Tenebrio molitor, IV, 116.
obscurus, IV, 118.
Tenebroides mauritanicus, IV, 123.
Tetropiutnm cinnamopterum, mines of, XXVIII, pl. x.
Tomicus picea, work of, XXVIII, pl. viii.
- Triboliuni confusum and ferrugineum, IV, 113.
Trichius piger, XXVII, 101.
Xyleburu., celsus, VII, 22.
ambrosia of, VII, 24.
gallery of, VII, 23.
dispar, VII, 22.
gallery of, VII, 22.
fuscatus, VII, 21.
perforans, VII, 21.
pubescent, VII, 19.
gallery of, VII, 19.
ambrosia of, VII, 20.
yylograp)hus, VII, 24.
gallery of, VII, 25.
ambrosia of, VII, 25.
Xvlocrius agassizii, adult, larva, and ipupa. XXIII, 90.
steiii with larva, XXIII, 0l.
work of, XXII I, 91.








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Xyloterus bivittatus, VII, 28.
work of, XXVIII, pl. xi.
politus, VII, 28.
retusus, gallery of, VII, 29.
ambrosia of, VII, 30.
LEPIDOPTERA.

Anarsia lineatella, larva and work of, X, 10.
larva and pupa, X, 11.
moth, X, 12.
eggo and young larva, X, 13.
Boarmia plumigeraria, VII, 66.
larva, VII, 65.
('hilo infuscatellus, X, 34.
Diatraea striatalis, X, 32.
Elasmnopalpus lignosellus, antenna? and mouth parts, XXIII, 19.
moth, larva, and cocoon, XXIII, 20.
work in cornstalk, XXIII, 21.
Ephestia cahiritella, VIII, 8.
Euptoieta claudia, different stages, XXVII, 82.
Grapholitha schistaceana, X, 35.
Hellula undalis, XIX, 54.
venation, head, and antenna-, XXIII, 57.
Hydr-ecia immanis, VII, 40.
Hypena humuli, VII, 44.
Laphygma frugiperda, eggs and young larva, XXIX, 15.
head of larva, XXIX, 16.
moth, larva, and pupa, XXIII, I81; XXIX, 14.
Laverna herellera, X, 37.
Leaf-miner in apl)le, X, 88.
Leucania unipuncta, larva and head, XXIX, 16.
Loxostege obliteralis, different ages, XXVII, 104.
similalis, different stages, XXVII, 9.
Melittia satyriniformis, eggs and larvte, XIX, 35.
stages, XIX, 36.
Monoptilota nubilella, moth, larva, cocoon, and gall, XXIII, 11.
Nephopteryx rubrizonella, X, 39.
Noctua c-nigrum, moth and larva, XXVII, 54.
Penthina nimbatana, different stages, XXVII, 85.
Peridroma saucia, moth, eggs, and larva, XXVII, 51; XXIX, 47.
eggo mass on cowpea leaf, XXIX, 48.
larva, XXIX, 48.
Phlyctania rubigalis, in different stages, XXVII, 8.
Pionea ferrugalis, venation of wings, XXVII, 8.
Plathypena scabra, moth, eggs, and larvae, XXX, 46.
Plodia interpunctella, IV, 119.
Polygonia comma, VII, 50.
interrogatonis, VII, 48.
Porthetria dispar, female moth, XI, 5.
male moth, XI, 6.
caterpillar, XI, 7.
pupa, XI, 8.
bands to catch, XI, 18.








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Prodenia 'oniiiielinlu, eii(ldi)pta, and ornithogalli, XXVII, pl. 4.
liiiith and lar'v., XXVII, 60.
Pyralis farinalis, IV, 119.
eggs and larva, IV, 120.
Scirpophaga intacta, X, 33.
Sesia ruttilains, a(duilts, larva, pupa, and llppat shell, XXIII, 89.
Tinea pellionella, IV, 63.
Tineola biselliella, IV, 66.
Trichophaga tapetzella, IV, 67.
DIPTERA..
iEdes sappliirinuis. S,'e Uraniit-:,ia.
Anopheles, resting positions, XXV, 33, 34.
crucians, adult female, XXV, 44.
punctipennis, lhead(l of full-grown larva, XXV 41.
adult felliale, XXV, 43.
quadriinati'latus, adIlts, XXV, 32.
e,.. jmass, XXV, 3.5.
eggs, XXV, 35.
newly hatched larva, XXV, 36.
half-grown larva, XXV, 37.
full-grown larva, XXV, 39.
lpupa, XXV, 40.
Cecildoinvia d(lestructor, XVI, pl:. i, ii.
genital organs, XVI, 15.
egg parasite of Cicalada, XIV, 97.
Chrysops fugax, V, 71.
(stuians, egg lias.., V, 71.
ullnivittatlsm, larva, V, 70.
vittatus, larva, V, 70.
Coinpsoinyvia inacellaria, V, 130, 131.
egg, V 132
egg, na--, V, 132.
head, V, 131.
larva, V, 132.
puparium, V, 132.
Culex, resting position, XXV, 33, 34.
pungens, adult, IV, 10; V, 26; XXV, 27.
eggs and young larvae, IV, 11; XXV, 23.
head of larva, IV, 13.
head and mouth of larva, XXV, 24.
half-grown larva, XXV, 37.
larva and pupa, IV, 15; V, 27; XXV, 26.
puIpa, XXV, 40.
sllicitans, XXV, 28.
Cuterebra, larva, V, 109.
cuniculi, V, 108.
larva, V, 109.
emasculator, V, 106.
horripilumin, V, 109.
Derniatolia, larva, V, 113.
noxialis-, larva, V, 112.
Diplosis violicola, XXII, 49; XXVII, 48.
Drosophila amp)elophlla, IV, 110.
adult, larva, and piiplaritiml, XXX, 42,







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Euphorocera claripennis, adult and puparilm, XXX, 25.
Gastrophilus equi, V, 78.
in stomach of horse, V, pl. i.
Haemiatobia serrata, V, 114.
detail of larva, V, 120.
fly resting, V, 117.
heads, V, 118.
on cow horn, V, 118.
Hippelates flavipes, V, 134.
plebejus, V, 135.
Hippobosca equina, V, 137.
Homalomyia brevis, adult and larva, XXX, 43.
Hypoderma bovis, V, 95.
larv'a, V, 96.
puparium, V, 97.
lineata, eggs, V, 99.
female, V, 101.
larva,, V, 100.
ovipositor, V, 93.
Lucilia cesar, adult, XXX, 26.
Megarhinus rutilus, adult female, XXV, 46.
Melophagus ovinus,,V, 138.
Morellia micans, adult and puparium, XXX, 44.
Musca domestic, adult, larva, and piuparium, XXX, 41.
adult, puparium, IV, 43.
larva, IV, 45.
pupa, IV, 46.
Neocerata rhodophaga, XXII, 45.
Nycteriba, V, 140.
(Estrus ovis, V, 103.
Piophila casei, IV, 103.
Psorophora ciliata, XXV, 45.
Pulex bruneri, V, 150.
howardi, V, 149.
inequalis, V, 152.
irritans, V, 140, 147.
serraticeps, adult, V, 151.


egg, adult, IV', 25.
larva, IV, 27.
Sarcophaga assidua, adult, larva, and puparium, XXX, 25.
carnaria, V, 121.
sarracenih, adult, larva, and l)puparium, XXX, 24.
Sarcopsvylla gallinacea, male, V, 145.
female, V, 146.
penetrans, V, 143.
Scatophaga furcata, adult, XXX, 44.
Sciara inconstans, different stages, XXVII, 109.
Simulium, eggs of, V, 33.
invenustum, X, 68.
meridionale, adult, X, 68.
breathing organs, V, 34.
larva, V, 52.
male, V, 54.
markings, V, 54.
pupa, V, 53.








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Simniuliumn, oriiatiiiii, V, 39.
head of larva, V, 40.
pecutiaruii, fan of, V, 34.
female, V, 46.
head of larva, V, 45.
heads, V, 47.
larva, V, 44.
markings-, V, 47.
proleg of, V, 34.
pupa, V, 46.
tip of abdomen, V, 45.
piscicidium, V, 56.
sp., details, V, 58.
Stomnoxyvs calcitrans, adult, larva, and puiparium, XXX, 43.
Tabanus atrata, V, 61.
egg mas, V, 62.
larva, V, 61.
linelda, V, 64.
pupa, V, 64.
details, V, 65.
stygius, larva, V, 67.
tail, V, 68.
Typhlopsylla americana, V, 154.
assimilis, V, 153.
Uranot~vnia sapp)hirinus, XXV, 47.
Winthemia 4-pustulata, adult, larva, and piparium, XXIX, 35.

HYMEN(O)PTERA.

Aphelinus diaspidtlis, III, 51.
Apis dorsata, I, pl. i.
florea, worker cells, I, 13.
comb of, I, 14.
indica, worker cells, I, 12.
mellifica, I, pl. 1.
worker cells, I, 15.
(diestive system, I, pl. ii.
ovaries, I, 14.
head of, I, 20.
legs of, I, 21.
tongue of, I, 22.
wax dis-ks, I, 26.
BTotomnus subapterus, XVI, 32.
Bracon simplex, cocoons of, XXVIII, pl. vii.
Einphytus canadensis, female, larva, pupa, and cocoon, XXVII, 27.
violet leaves showing injury from, XXVII, 28.
Entedon epigonus, XVI, 40.
Eunotus lividus, XXII, 15.
Eupelmus allynii, XVI, 34.
Euplectrus comstockii, XXIX, 37..
Habrolepis dalmanni, XVII, 15.
Hadrobracon hebetor, VIII, 39.
Lathromeris cicada?, XIV, 97.







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Megastizus carrying Cicada, XIV, 98.
burrows, XIV, 98.
egg on Cicada, XIV, 99.
larva on Cicada, XIV, 99.
pupa, XIV, 100.
spinning cocoon, XIV, 100.
cocoon, XIV, 101.
Merisus destructor, XVI, 31.
Monomorium minutum, IV, 97.
pharaonis, IV, 96.
Ophion antankarus, wings of, XXX, 82.
Phanurus tabanivorus, V, 63.
Platygaster herricki, XVI, 35.
Polistes bellicosus, XXIX, 36.
Tetramorium caespitum, IV, 98.
Tetrastichus products, XVI, 37.

MISCELLANEOUS
Acacia constricta, I, pl. vi.
Apiary in California, I, 39.
Florida, I, 38.
Maryland, I, frontispiece.
Vermont, I, 110.
Apple, leaf miner in, X, 88.
Aster ericoides, 1I, 64.
Bacillts alvei, I, p1. xi.
Bee keeping:
comb building, I, 27.
Drood apartment, I, 29.
use of veil and smoker, I, 21.
removing comb, I, 32.
tilting comb, I,33.
reverse side of comb, I, 33.
examining comb, I, 33.
Quinby frames, I, 34.
box hive, I, 37.
frame hive, I, 37.
movable-comb hive, I, 41.
Dadant-Quinby hive, I, 41.
elevated, I, 82.
open, I, 46.
Langstroth frame, I, 42.
form to nail frames, I, 42.
lock-joint chaff hive, I, 43.
nailing hives, I, 43.
tin frame rest, I, 44.
Langstroth hive, section, I, 45.
Nonpareil hive, I, 46.
Bingham bee smoker, I, 48.
reversible extractor, I, 49.
Quinby uncapping knife, I, 49.
Bingham and Hetherington uncapping knife, 1, 49.
wax extractor, I, 50.
Simplicity feeder, I, 51,







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Bee fruit-jar feeder, I, 51.
Porter spring escape, I, 52.
Daisy foundation fastener, I, 53.
fastening starter, I, 53.
wire embedder, I, 54.
comb-foundation machine, I, 55.
transferring bees, I, 71.
transferred comb, I, 73.
extracting honey, I, 77.
V-grooved sections, I, 80.
super with sections, I, 80.
Langstroth hive with surplus cast-, I, 83.
honey shipping cases, I, 83.
Boardman solar wax extractor, I, 85.
comb with worker brood and queen cells, I, 88.
queen cells, I, 89.
Benton queen cage, I, 92.
caging a queen for mailing, I, 92.
queen-introducing cage, I, 94.
hiving a swarm, I, 96.
Simmins nonswarming system, I, 103.
beehives with Langdon nonswarml'er, I, 104.
percolator for winter food, I, 107.
American straw hive, I, 108.
Davis hive packed for winter, I, 108.
double-walled hive for winter, I, 109.
Cheshire antirobbing entrance, I, 117.
Bee plants:
Acacia constricta, I, pl. vi.
Aster ericoides, I, 64.
Brassica napus, I, 60.
Echiumn vulgare, I, pl. viii.
Epilobium angustifolium, I, 57.
Kalmia latifolia, I, 63.
Lathyrus sylvestris wagneri, I, 59.
Medicago sativa, I, p1. iii.
Melilotus alba, I, pl. v.
Onobrychis sativa, I, pl. iv.
Polygonumni sachalinense, I, (1.
Prosopis juliflora, 1, pl. vii.
Pyrus malus, I, 63.
Trifolium hybridum, I, pl. x.
incarnatum, I, p1. ix.
Vicia villosa, I, 61.
Brassica napus, I, 60.
Diagrani illustrating method of determining cubic ciinteints of greenhouses,
XXVII, 23.
Dipping vat, V, 283.
Echium vulgare, I, pl. viii.
Epilobiumn angustifoliumn, I, 57.
Fumigating box, showing trays and coleus cuttings, XXVII, 21.
Girdled trees, XXVIII, 32.
Hand sprayer, XXVII, 41.
parts of, XXVII, 41.
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Hopperdozer, XXX, 19.
Kalmia latifolia, I, 63.
Lantern trap for insects, IX, 75.
Lathyrus sylvestris wagneri, I, 59.
Lime, sulphur, and salt wash, trees sprayed with, XXX, pl. i.
Lime wash, trees sprayed with, XXX, pl. ii.
Medicago sativa, I, pl. iii.
Meliotus alba, I, pl. v.
Nozzle, greenhouse, XXVII, 42.
Oil emulsions, device for preparing, VI,.94.
Onobrychis :ativa, I, pl. iv.
Patterson tarred sheet, XXX, 18.
Peas, saved by brush and cultivator, XXVI, pl. ii.
pan, XXVI, pl. ii.
spraying, XXVI, pl. i.
with tobacco-whale-oil soap, XXVI, pl. i.
Polygonum sachalinense, I, 61.
Prosopis juliflora, 1, pl. vii.
Pyrus mauins, I, 63.
Spruce, dead, XXVIII, pl. xiv.
infested with plant lice and caterpillars, XXVIII, pl. xiii.
of Maine, XXVIII, pl. i.
Trifolium hybridum, 1, pl. x.
incarnatum, I, pl. ix.
Vicia villosa, I, 61.
Violet house prepared for fumigation, XXVII, 24.
leaves showing injury by the greenhouse leaf tyer, XXVII, pl. i.
"gallfly" larvae, XXVI-. .)l. iii.
Violets showing injury by plant-lice, XXVII, pl. ii.


















GENERAL INDEX.


[Roman numerals refer to number of bulletin.]
Ablerus clisiocanmpal, parasite of As-pidiotus forbesi, VI, 75.
Acanthia coluwnbarius, hirundinis, and pipistrelli, mention of, V, 159, 162.
hirundinis, habits of, V, 161.
inodora, habits of, V, 160.
lectularius, bite of, IV, 36.
life history of, IV, 37; V, 157.
remedies against, IV, 37; V, 159.
pipistrelli, in America, XVIII, 97.
Acanthocinus nodosus, in pine, VII, 74.
Acar.s, feeding on Cicada eggs, XIV, 101.
Acemyia dentata, parasite of Melanoplus differentialis, XXX, 25.
Acridiuin purpuriferarum, injurious to crops in South Africa, IX, 34.
Adalia bipunctata, feeding on Nectarophora destructor, XXVI, 71.
variation in, XVII, 59.
destroying plant lice, XXX, 90.
Adimnonia tanaceti, attacking potatoes in Norway, IX, 80.
.Ethriostoma undulata, injuring wheat, VIII, 14.
Agelaeus phowniceus, eating larvae of cotton-wood leaf-miner, VII, 84.
Agrilus, food plants of N. American species, XXII, 64.
anxius, destructive to birch, XVIII, 44.
injury by, XXII, 64.
bilineatus, injury by, XXII, 66.
killing chestnut trees, VII, 67.
otiosus, injury by, XXII, 65.
Agriotes lineatus, not common in Norway, IX, 79.
mancus, XXVII, 77.
obseurus, injuring cereal crops, IX, 79.
Agromnyza &eneiventris, in sunflower, XX, 72.
Alaus oculatus, in chestnut, VII, 71.
Aletia argillacea, attracted to lights, XXX, 85.
method of treatment in Texas, XVIII, 99.
Allograpta obliqua, feeding on Nectarophora destructor, XX,-97; XXVI, 71
AJlorhina miutabilis, damage by in Arizona, XXII, 104.
nitida, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
injuring grapes in Georgia, XX, 57.
tomatoes, IX, 42.
violets, XXVII, 76.
in 1900, XXX, 68.
Alsophila pometaria, on Negundo in Canada, XXVI, 96.
Amblyomma devium, notes on, XXVI, 47.
hebnreum, life history of, XXVI, 41.
unipunctata, habits of, V, 261.








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Ambrosia, nature of, VII, 10.
beetles, characters and habits of, VII,
injuries caused by, VII, 12.
remedies for, VII, 13.
American vines for Switzerland, XXII, 103.
Amphicerus bicaudatus, an enemy of stored lumber, XIX, 98.
infesting apple twigs in Georgia, XX, 58.
Anabrus, abundant in southern Idaho in 1895, VII, 34.
Anaphes gracilis, parasite of San Jose scale, III, 51; XXVI, 73.
Anarsia lineatella, abundant in Colorado, IX, 77; XXVI, 78.
notes on, IX, 71.
in California, XXVI, 92.
notice of, IX, 54.
Anasa armigera, account of, XIX, 28.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
in 1900, XXX, 67.
tristis, damage by, in Georgia, XX, 59.
life history of, XIX, 20.
Anisopteryx vernata=Paleacrita.
pometaria=Alsophila.
Anistrona gigas, hosts of, V, 246.
Anomrea laticlavia, note on, XXX, 84.
Anomala binotata, injury by, in Maryland, XXVI, 84.
marginata, injurious in Virginia, XXII, 108.
undulata, stripping plum trees in Ohio, XVII, 98.
Anopheles, distribution of species in United States, XXV, 44.
quadrimaculatus, life history of, XXV, 32.
Anthomnyia brassica?, injuring cabbage in Norway, IX, 79.
Anthonomus nigrinus, on eggplant, IX, 24.
pomorum, attacking apple in Norway, IX, 80.
signatus, damage by, VII, 78.
in Maryland, VI, 65; IX, 81; XX, 64.
Anthrenus scrophularia, feeding on vegetable matter, VIII, 14.
habits of, IV, 58.
remedies for, II, 38; IV, 59.
various, feeding on dried plant, VIII, 14.
verbasci, feeding in middlingss," II, 37.
on vegetable substances, VIII, 22.
in various foods, IV', 129.
Ants, remedies against, IV, 98; XVIII, 99; XXX, 97.
cutting, in Texas, XXX, 85.
Aonidia fusca, scale on I)each in Australia, VII, 81.
Apanteles carpatus, parasite of Pyralis farinalis, VIII, 42.
parasites of Tinea pellionella, IV, 66.
ephestie, parasite of Ephestia kuehniella, VIII, 41.
glomeratus, in 1900, XXX, 70.
laphygmar, parasite of Laphygma frugiperda, XXIX, 36.
Aphtereta muscle, bred from dead grasshoppers, VI, 92.
pallipes, parasite of Helicobia helicis, XXX, 26.
Aphelinus fuscipennis, parasite of San Jose scale, III, 51; VI, 47; XXVI, 73.
mytilaspidis, parasite of Mytilaspis pomorum, XXVI, 95.
San Jose scale, III, 51; XXVI, 73.
Aphididak, abundant in Canada after severe winter, IX, 19.
Colorado in 1897, IX, 78.










Aphidid4e, effect of hot weather on, IX, 19.
scarcity of, in the Tropics, IX, 19.
Aphidius fletcheri, parasite of Nectarophora destru'ctor, XXIII, 36.
washingtonensis, bred fro 'in Nectarophra destructor, XX VI, 70.
Aphis brassie, abundant in Maryland in 18:7, IX, 81.
inColorado, XXVI, 79.
not abundant in Georgia, XX, 59.
forbesi, destructive in Maryland, XX, 66.
gossypiii, abundant on cantaloupe, IX, 81.
damage by, in Maryland, VI, 65; XX, 65; XXVI, 82.
injurious in Georgia, XX, 59.
in 1900, XXX, 71.
mali, attacking apples in Norway, IX, .0.
killed 1by hydrocyanic-acidl gas, XVII, 42.
scarcity of, in New York, VI, 54.
unusually abundant in Maryland, XXVI, 80.
work of, in Delaware, XXVI, 67.
persic.T, in Massachusetts, XXX, 98.
persicne-nigcr, abl)undant in Maryland in 1S97, IX, 81.
prunicola, abundant in Maryland, XVII, 98.
killed by hydrocyanic-acid gas, XVII, 42.
on peach in Maryland, XXVI, 84.
rare in Maryland, XX, 66.
rose, injuring roses in Norway, IX, 80.
ulmarn, injurious in Egypt, XXII, 100.
Aphodius granarius, on violets, XXVII, 83.
Aphycus flavus, parasite of Pulvinaria acericola, XXII, 23.
hederaceus, parasite of Pulvinaria acericola, XXII, 23.
pulvinariw', hosts of, VIf, 63.
parasite on plum scale, II, 90.
Apiary, establishing an, I, 35.
Alpiculture, books relating to, I, 118.
Apion segnipes, bred from seeds of Tephrosia spicatta, VII, 85.
Apis dorsata, I, 13.
florea, I, 13.
in(lica, I, 12.
mellifica, I, 15.
in Porto Rico, XXII, 90.
Apoderus coryli, injuring Alnus in Norway, IX, 80.
Arnecerus fasciculatus, habits and life history of, 'VIIi, 36.
in groceries, IV, 129.
Aramigus fulleri, account of, XXVII, 88.
in the Hawaiian Islands, XXX, 88.
Archenomus bicolor, parasite of Diaspis )pentagina, XVII, 101.
Archytas analis, parasite of Peridron .-aucia, XXIX, 61.
Arctia nais, on violets, XXVII, ,82.
Argas americana, pest of chickens, V, 256.
minoubata, mention of, V, 256.
persicus, mention of, V, 256.
notes on, XXVI, 48.
reflexus, parasite on pigeons, V, 255.
talaje, mention of, V, 256.
Argynnis (species), on violets, XXVII, 79.
Armadillidiumi armadillo, on violets, XXVII, 82.








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Arphia tenebrosa, abundant in Montana in 1895, VII, ,33.
Arrhenophagus chionaspidis, parasite of Aspidiotus forbesi, VI, 75.
Aulacaspis rosie, XVII, 100.
Arsenate of barium, value as an insecticide, VI, 27.
lead, an improvement in manufacture of, XX, 102.
preparation and use of, IX, 46.
value as insecticide, II, 24, 61, 67.
Arsenic, amount of on a sprayed apple, VI, 53.
Arsenicals and lime, value of, IX, 63.
effect of, on foliage and larvm, VI, 30.
Arsenite of copper, as an insecticide, II, 25; XVII, 98.
Asecodes albitarsis, parasite of Magdalis mnescens, XXII, 43.
Orgyia leucostigma, IX, 16.
Aspidiotiphagus citrinus, parasite of San Jose scale, III, 51; XXVI, 73.
Aspidiotus .,sculi, notice of, VI, 76.
ancylus, in Colorado, XXVI, 78.
Georgia, XXVI, 50.
Massachusetts, XVII, 64.
on oak in Illinois, VI, 76.
original home of, XX, 39.
aurantii, cause of russetness on oranges, VI, 76.
damage by, in South Africa, IX, 36.
camellia', found on trees from New Zealand, VI, 76.
in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
comstocki, characters and habits of, VI, 75.
cydoni'e, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
fernaldi, in Massachusetts, XVII, 64.
ficus, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
forb.esi, effect of cold on, XX, 85.
habits of, and damage by, VI, 74.
in Georgia, XXVI, 49.
Massachusetts, XVII, 64.
West Virginia, XVII, 45.
on apple, pear, and cherry trees, IX, 85.
parasites of, VI, 75.
hederT, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
effect of cold on, XX, 84.
on plants in greenhouse, VI, 76.
juglans-regih, common on silver maple, VI, 76.
in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
New York, VI, 60.
nerii=hederpe.
ol)scurus, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
osborni, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
ostre(eformis, account of, XX, 76.
perniciosus, bibliography of, III, 74; XII, 27.
cooperation for control of, VI, 80.
description of, 111, 46.
d(listinguished from allied scales, X II, II.
effect of cold on, XX, 82.
food plants of, 111, 37; XII, 12.
fungous disease of, III, 54; IX, 27.
German edict against introduction of, XII, 26.
in 1896-7, XII.








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Aspidiotuis perniciosus, in Alabama, III, 17.
Arizona, III, 17.
Australia, VII, 81.
British Colunibia, III, 31.
California, III, 12, 18; XXVI, 92.
Canada, IX, 29.
Connecticut, XVII, 81.
Delaware, III, 18.
Florida, III, 19.
Georgia, III, 20; XXVI, 49.
Idaho, III, 21.
Indiana, III, 21.
Louisiana, III, 22.
Maryland, III, 24; VI, 64; IX, 82; XX, 66.
Masacshusetts, III, 23; XVII, 63.
Michigan, IX, 27.
New Jersey, III, 27; XVII, 32.
New Mexico, III, 28.
New York, III, 27.
Ohio, III, 28; IX, 39.
Oregon, III, 29.
Pennsylvania, III, 29.
southeastern New York, VI, 59; XVII, 22.
the East, III, 12.
Virginia, III, 30.
Washington, III, 31.
West, Virginia, III, 31; VI, 71; XVII, 44.
legislation against, VI, 82; XIII.
life history of, III, 38.
means of distribution, III, 49.
natural enemies of, III, 51; XII, 14.
on cral) grass, IX, 82. -
dried fruit, XVIII, 7.
milkweed, IX, 82.
original home of, III, 10; XX, 36.
relation of climate to spread of, III, 33; XII, 13.
remedies for, in East, III, 61; XII, 16.
West, III, 56.
sources of infestation, III, 14.
spring applications for, XXVI, 23.
work against, in Maryland, XXVI, 83.
Ohio, VI, 69.
ros.T. See Aulacaspis.
tenerlwicosus, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
ulmi, notice of, VI, 76.
uv-e, in Georgia, XXVI, 50.
Association of Economic Entomologists, objects of, XXVI, 5.
proceedings of, II; VI; IX; XVII; XX;
XXVI.
Atimia confusa, injuring rustic cedar fences, XXX, 92.
Atropates collins, a parasite of Pulvinaria innumerabilis, XXII, 15.
Atropos divinatoria, damage to books and households goods, IV, 80.
Atta insularis, habits of, XXII, 107.
Attagenus pellio, feeding on vegetable matter, VIII, 14.










Attagenus piceus, description of, VIII, 18.
effect of alternation of temperature on, IX, 19.
experiments with cold on, VI, 16.
feeding on flour, meal, and timothy seed, II, 37; VIII, 15.
habits of, IV, 61.
history of, in America, VIII, 17.
injuring bolting cloth, II, 37; VIII, 16.
in cereals, IV, 129.
remedies for, IV, 63.
Aulacaspis rosx, in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
Iowa, VI, 79.
injuring raspberry and blackberry, VI, 77.
Bacillus insectorum, infesting the chinch bug, XV, 51.
Baterial disease of grasshoppers in Colorado, VI, 89.
Baeotomus subapterus, parasite of Hessian fly, XVI, 32.
Bassus hvetorius, parasite of Allograpta obliqua, XXVI, 71.
Nectarophora destructor, X X, 98.
Bathythrix pimple, parasite of Orgyia leucostigma, IX, 16.
Batrachedra rileyi, bred from cotton bolls and from corn, VIII, 33.
Bee, Carniolan, I, 17.
colonies, increase of, I, 95.
common honey, I, 15.
Cyprian, I, 15.
German, I, 18.
Indian, I, 12,13.
Italian, I, 16.
Bees, as cross fertilizers, I, 62.
colonies of, I, 19.
diseases and enemies of, I, 112.
drone, I, 30.
manipulating, I, 31, 69.
moving of, I, 37.
p)asturage of, I, 56.
products of, I, 21.
robber, I, 116.
wintering of, I, 106.
worker, I, 29.
Belostoma americanum, hibernation of, XXII, 108.
Bird lice, general habits and remedies, V, 189.
Birds, eating Dendroctonus, XXVIII, 25.
that feed on hairy caterpillars, XX, 92.
See Insectivorous birds.
Bisulphide of carbon, fumigating with, XXX, 78.
Bittacus pilicornis, catching flies, VII, 86
Black flies, general account of, V, 31.
Black fly = Simulium molestum.
Black holes, what they are, VII, 9.
Blastophaga grossorum, notes on, XX, 29.
in California, present condition of, XXVI, 16.
Blastothrix longipennis, hosts of, VII, 63.
Blissus dorie, habits of, in Europe, XV, 75.
leucopterus, condition of, in Ohio in 1897, IX, 39.
damagee by, in New York, VI, 59.
distribution of, XV, 66.








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Blissus leucopterus, enemies of, XV, 39.
food plants of, XV, 27.
full account of, XV.
in Ohio, II, 87; VI, 18, 66; XX, 55.
the northeastern United States allnd Canada, VI, 25.
insects mistaken for, XV, 64.
notes on, in Iowa, VI, 78.
on city lawns, XVIII, 97.
origin and distribution of, IX, 30; XV.
remedies for, XV, 54.
Blister beetle, new name for, XXII, 107.
Boarmia plumigeraria, life history of, VII, 64.
Bombyx rub)i, injuring larch in Norway, IX, 80.
Boophilus bovis, history of, V, 257.
life history of, V, 258.
prevention and remedy, V, 260.
relation to Texas fever, V, 260.
Bordeaux mixture and kerosene emulsion, XXX, 37
Bot flies, general habits of, V, 72.
larve of, V, 72.
Botis harveyana = Phlyctfenia rubigalis, XXVII, 9.
Botys mareulenta= Loxostege obliteralis, XXVII, 103.
oblunalis = Phlyctenia rulbigalis, XXVII, 9.
Brachyrhynchus granulatus, mistaken for chinch bug, IX, 41.
Brachysticta fidiae, parasite on eggs of Fidia viticida, VI, 69.
Brachytarsus alternates, breeding in corn and peas, VIII, 31.
reared from galls on Ipomicea, XVII, 100.
variegatus, in stored wheat, VIII, 31.
Bracon brevicornis, parasite on Ephestia kuehniella, VIII, 40.
eurygaster, probable parasite of Elaphidion villosum, XVIII, 40.
parasite of Neoclytuis erythrocephalus, VII, 72.
hebetor, parasite of Ephestia cahiritella, VIII, 39.
elutella, VIII, 40.
kuehniella, VIII, 38; XX, 67.
Galleria mellinella, VIII, 43.
Plodia interpunctella, VIII, 40.
mniellitor, parasite of Steganoptycha sp., XXVI, 69.
rugator, parasite of Lixus nmucidus, XXIII, 69.
simplex, parasite of Dendroctonus piceaperIla, X X VIII, 24.
Bran-arsenic mash, use of, against grasshoppers, XXX, 96.
Braula, the bee-louse, I, 115.
British-American laws against injurious insects, XIII, 44.
Brochymena annulata, increase in Ohio, II, 90.
Bruchophagus funebris, b1)red from clover seedl, VI, 73; XVII, 45.
Bruchus chinensis, habits of, in cowpea, VIII, 26.
obsoletus, bred from seeds ol Tephrosia spicata, VII, 85.
obtectus, as a household insect, IV, 128.
development of, VIII, 29.
on cowpea, VIII, 29.
pisorum, as a household insect, IV, 128.
note on Canada, XXVI, 95.
quadrimaculatus, habits of, in cowpea, VIII, 27.
Bryobia pratensis, abundant in Colorado, XXVI, 79.
habits of, IV, 52.







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Bryobia pratensis, remedies for, IV, 52.
Bucculatrix p)om:foliella, not abundant in New York, VI, 54.
Buffalo gnats, general account of, V, 31.
life history of, V, 33.
losses from, V, 32.
preventive against, V, 36.
remedies for, V, 37.
Bumble bees, relation to red clover, VI, 73.
Bu;:alus piniarius, injuring pine in Norway, IX, 80.
Buprestid larva destructive to living white pine, XVII, 47.
Butterflies, scarcity of, in New York, VI, 55.
Byturus tomentosus, mention of, VIII, 14.
unicolor, mention of, VIII, 14.
on raspberry buds in New York, XVI., 17.
Cacrecia argyrospila, damage by, in Colorado, XXVI, 78.
injuring roses, XXVII, 88.
cerasivorana, oviposition of, XXVI, 33.
excessana, dangerous apple pest of New Zealand, VII, 82.
parallel, on roses, XXVII, 114.
response, dangerous apple j)est of Australia, VII, 82.
rosaceana, damage to apple trees in New York, VI, 57.
destructive in Canada, XXVI, 94.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
in Delaware, XXVI, 68.
injuring roses, XXVII, 87.
in 1900, XXX, 68.
rosana, injuring roses, XXVII, 88.
semiferana, notes on, in Colorado, XXVI, 77.
Calandra granaria, in foods, IV, 128.
oryza, in foods, 'IV, 128.
Calcium carbide against Phylloxera, XXX, 95.
California laws against injurious insects, XIII, 9.
wash, experiments with, against San Jose scale, III, 71.
Callidium tereum, on chestnut, VII, 72.
janthinum, an enemy of red cedar, XXI, 21.
injuring rustic cedar fences, XXX, 91.
Calliphora erythrocephala, found in houses, IV, 44.
vomitoria, habits of, V, 123.
Calosoma calidumn, destroying cutworms, VI, 68.
preying on Laphygma frugiperda, XXIX, 36.
Calotermes castaneus, note on, XXX, 96.
Camnula pellucida, abundant in Wyoming in 1895, VII, 33.
Campodes flavicornis, on violets, XXVII, 82.
- Canarsia hammondi, in Ohio, XX, 72.
Cankerworms, abundant in Ohio, XX, 68.
Caprifig experiments in California, XX, 28.
Carbide, use of calcium, XXX, 95.
Carcelia leucanite, parasite of Pyralis farinalis, VIII, 42.
Carneades insignata, injuring onions in Ohio, XXVI, 85.
tessellata, injuring onions in Ohio, XXVI, 85.
Carpocapsa pomonella, account of investigation in Idaho, XXX, 51.
attacking apples in Norway, IX, 80.
damage to apples and pears in Maryland, VI, 65.
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Carpocapsa pomonella, notes on, in California, XXVI, 92, 96.
Carpophilus hemipterus, in dried fruits, IV, 129.
Cathartus adyvena, in stored foods, IV, 129.
Catocala m(estosa, eaten by squirrels, XXX, 94.
Caulophilus latinasus, feeding on Indian corn and Spanish peas," VIII, 3(.
Cecidomyia brachyptera, injuring pine in Norway, IX, 80.
brassiee:, eating turnip seeds in England, IX, 26.
destructor, account of, in the United States, XV'I.
appearance in Iowa, VI, 79.
billiography of, XVI, 48.
damage by, in Manitoba, XXVI, 95.
Maryland, XVII, 94; XX, 65; XX! (, 82.
Ohio, II, 85; XX, 69i; XXVI, 84.
distribution of, XVI, 10.
enemies of, XVI, 27.
food plants of, XVI, 25.
infesting barley in Norway, IX, 79.
life history of, XVI, 14.
remedies for, XVI, 41.
sp., on Negundlo, XXVI, 96.
Cecidoniyiid, gall of, on choke cherry, VI, 57.
Cemrniostoma coffeella =Leucoptera.
Cenopsis pettitana, on roses, XXVII, 88.
recticulatana, on roses, XXVII, 88.
Cephenomyia sp., infesting d(leer, V, 105.
Ceratitis capitata, injuring peaches in South Africa, IX, 36.
Ceratopogon sp., rarity of, in New York, VI, 55.
Cerocephala elegans, parasite of Calandra oryze, VIII, 44.
Sitodrepa panicea, VIII, 45.
formiciformis, probably = C. elegans, VIII, 45.
Cerococcus quercus, almund(lance and probable value of, IX, 39.
Ceroplastes ceriferus, use of, IX, 39.
cirripediformis, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
floridensis, mention of, IX, 39.
Cerotoma caminea = C. trifurcata.
trifurcata, alundant in Georgia, XX, 56.
damage by, in Maryland, XXVI, 81.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 5S.
habitsand life history of, IX, 64.
injuring wax and lima beans, IX, 84.
observations on, XXIII, 30.
in 1900, XXX, 69.
Cetonia metallica, attacking potatoes in Norway, IX, 80.
Ceuthorhynchus, food habits of, XXIII, 50.
assimilis, eating turnip sete Is in England, IX, 26.
rapze, account of, XXIII, 39.
damage to cabbage, II, 90.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
Chetocnema confinis, injuring corn, IX, 22.
d(lenticulata, abundant. on barnyard grass, IX, 22.
injuring millet, XVII, 84.
parcepunctata, feeding on corn, IX, 22.
pulicaria, injuring corn, IX, 22.
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Chwetocnema pulicaria, injuring young corn, IX, 81.
Cha-togtedia monticola, parasite of Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62.
Chetospila=Cerocephala, VIII, 44.
Chaitophorus negundinis, damage by, in Canada, XXVI, 96.
Chalcis ovata, parasite of Orgyia leucostigma, IX, 16.
Chelymorpha argus, feeding on sweet potato, IX, 23.
on strawberry in Ohio, XVII; 99.
Chermes abietis, in West Virginia, XVII, 46.
C'hilocorus bivulnerus, feeding on San Jose scale, III, 53; VI, 47.
Aspidiotus forbesi, VI, 75.
Myzus sp., XXVI, 68.
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, XXII, 12.
Chiloneurus albicornis, hosts of, VII, 63.
parasite of Pulvinaria aeericola, XXII, 23.
('hion cinctus, bred froin plum, XIX, '97.
Chionaspis americana, characters of, and habits, VI, 77..
in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
new localities for, XXVI, 84.
biclavis, in Mexico, on lime tree, VII, 87.
euonymi, in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
killed by hydrocyanic-acid gas, XVII, 42.
furfurus, broods of, VI, 77.
common in West Virginia, VI, 72.
in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
two-brooded in Maryland, XX, 67.
nysspa, in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
p)inifolix, destructive in Illinois, VI, 77.
prunicola, a synonym of Diaspis pentagon, XVII, 65.
salicis, mention of, VI, 77.
Chiropachys colon, parasite of Magdalis renescens, XXII, 43.
Scolytus rugulosus, XIX, 97.
Chloaltis viridis, damage by, in Mississippi, XXX, 29.
Chlorochara conica, habits of, XXII, 99.
Chlorops assimilis, injuring millet, XVII, 86.
pumilionis, attacking wheat in Norway, IX, 79.
Chorioptes auricularum, mention of, V, 264.
symbiotes, parasite of horse, ox, and goat, V, 264.
Chortophaga viridifasciata, damage by, in Mississippi, XXX, 29.
Chraniesus icoriae, in walnut in Ohio, XX, 72.
reared from walnut, XVII, 100.
Chremy lus rubiginosus, parasite on Ephestia kuehniella, VIII, 40.
of Tinea granella, VIII, 43.
Chrysobothris femorata, bred from seasoned hickory, XVII, 46.
damaging quilts, XVIII, 100.
on chestnut, VII, 71.
6-signata, on chestnut, VII, 71.
Chrysomela exclamationis, feeding on sunflower, XVIII, 96.
Chrysopa oculata, feeding on Nectarophora destructor, XX, 98; XXVI, 71.
Chrysops costatus, V, 70.
fugax, V, 70.
hilaris, destroyed by kerosene, XX, 25.
niger, V, 70.
quadrivittatus, V, 70.
univittatus, V, 70.







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Chr%7op.- vittatus, V, 69.
Cicada septendecim, account of, X IV.
as an article of food, XIV, 72.
bibliography of, XIV, 119.
Brood XV in West Virginia, XVII, 48.
XIX in New York, XX, #)2.
distribution of, XIV, 23.
Dr. Gideon B. Smith's chronology of, XIV, 142.
huts of, XIV, 63.
in Ohio in 1897, IX, 40.
life hi,,tory of, XIV, 61.
natural enemies of, XIV, 95.
nomenclature of broods of, XVIII, 52.
races, broods, and varieties of, XIV, 12.
remedies for, XIV, 107.
so81 of, XIV, 57.
sting of, XIV, 59.
structure of, XIV, 50.
value of old records, XVIII, 59.
tredecim, relation to Cicada scptendecini, XIV, 12.
Cimex lectularius = Acanthia.
Cladium pI)ectinicornis, on rose, XXVII, 100.
Clausicella tarsalis, parasite of Pyralis farinalis:, VIII, 42.
Cleigastra armillata, work of, in Norway, IX, 79.
Clisiocampa americana, abundance of, in New Hamnlshire, XVII, 76.
birds that feed on lar\-vi- of, XX, 89.
common in Maryland, XXVI, 80.
injurious in New York, XVII, 20.
not abundant in New York, VI, 54.
parasites of, XVII, 77.
disstria, damage by, in New Hampshire, XVII, 77.
injurious in New York, XVII, 20; XX, 60.
in sugar-imalle groves, XVII, 78.
Clothes moths, a new remedy for, XXII, 106.
species of, IV, 64.
remedies for, IV, 68.
Coccida, distribution of, II, 91.
of Georgia, list of, XXVI, 49.
Massachusetts, XVII, 61.
Porto Rico, XXII, 92.
on American fruit imported into Germany, XXII, 79.
regarding Australian and New Zealand species, VII, 81.
temperature control of, XX, 73, s2.
their enemies in California, VI, 46.
(Coccinella 9-notata, feediinm on Nectarophora d.structor, XX, 97; XXVI, 71.
sanguine, feeding on Nectarophora destructor, XXVI, 71.
Coccinellida, value of, against scale insects, VI, 4S.
Coccophagus cognatis, hosts of, VII, 63.
flavoscutellum, parasite of Pul inaria innumjerabilis, XXII, 15.
on plumn scale, II, 89.
fletcheri, hosts of, VII, 63.
fraternus, parasite of Pulvinaria acericola, XXII, 23.
gossypari.c, parasite of Gossyvparia ulmi, XVII, 63.
iecanil, parasite of Pulvinaria innumerabilis, XXII, 13.








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Coccophagus lecanii, parasite on plum scale, II, 90.
Cockroaches, distribution and history of, IV, 85.
habits and life history of, IV, 86.
in South Australia, XXII, 95.
remedies for, IV, 93.
species of, IV, 90.
Coenosia solita, preying on Sciara inconstans, XXVII, 112.
Colaspis brunnea, damaging potatoes, II, 90.
eating foliage of beans, IX, 21.
injuring strawberries, beans, and buckwheat, XX, 63; XXVI, 90.
injurious to corn, XX, 71.
tristis=Nodonota puncticollis.
Cold, amount necessary against household insects, VI, 14.
effect of, on insects, XXII, 51.
winters, effect of, XXII, 54.
Coleophora fletcherella, scarcity of, in New York, VI, 54.
Colias csesonia, migration of, VII, 84.
Collections, improvement of, II, 92.
Colopha ulmicola, abundant in Maryland, XX, 65.
Colorado laws against injurious insects, XIII, 11.
Colpocephalum assimile, hosts of, V, 240.
flavescens, hosts of, V, 246.
funebre, host of, V, 247.
fuscipes, host of, V, 246.
laticeps, host of, V, 247.
longicaudum, hosts of, V, 214, 246.
minutum, parasite of the swan, V, 215.
ochraceum, host of, V, 24(6.
p)ingue, host of, V, 247.
pustulosum, host of, V, 246.
subpachygaster, host of, V, 246.
timidum, host of, V, 247.
unciferum, host of, V, 246.
uniform, host of, V, 247.
Colydium lineola, in galleries of Xyleborus xylographus, VII, 26.
Comastes robustus, probably parasitic on Melissodes, VII, 86.
Common names of insects, XXYI, 97.
Compsomyia macellaria, account of, V, 124.
as a pest to domestic animals, V, 128.
man, V, 125.
life history of, V, 130.
remedies for, V, 132.
Conorhinus protractus, in Utah, XVIII, 101.
sanguisuga, bite of, IV, 39, 41.
habits of, V, 163; XXII, 28.
life history of, IV, 40.
remedies against, IV', 42.
Conotrachelus elegans, on pigweed, XVIII, 94.
nenuphar, abundant in Delaware, XXVI, 67.
bred from cherries, IX, 43.
damage to peaches, VI, 65.
in Maryland, IX, 82; XX, 64; XXVI, 83.
posticatus, bred from acorns of white oak, IX, 44.
Contagious diseases, parasites as carriers of, V, 19.










Cooperation among experiment-station workers, II, 10.
Copidosoma truncatella, parasite of Prodenia ornithogalli, XXVII, 71.
Corcyra cephalonica, in dried fruits, VIII, 10.
Coriscus fernts, attacking Leptoterna dolobrata, IX, 41.
subcoleoptratus, habits of, XXII, 26.
Corthylus columbianus, habits of, VII, 17.
punctatissimus, habits of, VII, 16.
Coruco = Acanthia inodora.
Corydalis cornuta, common names of, VII, S2.
Corymbites tarsalis, injuring apples in Canadla, XXVI, 94.
Corythuca arcuata, injuring quince, XVIII, t101.
Cosmopepla carnifex, attacking miistard, XVIII, 100.
Cotton-field insects, XVIII, 85.
Cowpea, weevils in, VIII, 24.
Crambus caliginosellus, an enemy of tolbacco, XX, 99; XXVI, S:.
damage by, in Maryland, XVII, 93; XX, 62.
injuring young corn, IX, 84.
sp., albundanfit in northern Ohio, II, 85.
Crayfish, carbon bisulphide for, II, 98.
Crepidodera rufipes, injuring peach in Maryland, XXVI, 84.
note on, XXX, 84.
Cricket, song of, IV, 54.
Crickets, damage by house, IV, 55.
Crioceris asparagi, found in West Virginia, XVII, 45.
hibernation of, VI, 62.
in Maryland, VI, 65; XX, 67; XXVI,
Michigan, XVIII, 94.
New York, VI, 59; XX, 62.
1900, XXX, 69.
spread of, in Ohio, VI, 67; XX, 71.
westward spread of, IX, 41.
12-punctata, in Maryland, VI, 65; XXVI, 81.
near New York City, XXII, 107.
spread of, in New Jersey, VI, 62.
New York, XX, 61.
1900, XXX, 69.
Cryptolmmus montrouzieri, used against Pulvinaria psidlii in Hawaii, VI, 49.
Cryptomeigenia theutis, parasite of white grub, XIX, 79.
Cryptorhynchus bisignattus, on chestnut, VII, 71.
obtentus, on chestnut, VII, 71.
Crystal potash lye, experiments with, against Sain Jose scale, III, 70.
Ctenochiton perforatus, notes on, VII, 81.
Culex, distribution of species in the United State.-s, XXV, 30.
iml)iger, note on, XXV, 29.
pungens, life history of, IV, 10; V, 26; XXV, 22.
sollicitans, notes on, XXV, 28.
taniatus, note on, XXV, 29.
Culicida of the United States, XXV.
See Mosquitoes.
Cuterebra buccata, notice of, V, 110.
cuniculi, infesting rabbits, V, 109.
emasculator, infesting squirrels, V, 105.
fontinella, notice of, V, 110.
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Cutworms, destroyed by Calosoma calidum, VI, 68.
in Ohio, II, 85.
very common in West Virginia, VI, 72.
Cyanide of potassium, use of, II, 24.
Cyllene picta, bred from Osage orange wood, IX, 42.
seasoned hickory, XVII, 46.
Cyrtoneura stabulans, bred from dead grasshoppers, VI, 92.
found in houses, IV, 44.
Cyrtoneurus mutabilis, puncturing the tubers of chufas, VII, 86.
Cyrtophorus verrucosus, on chestnut, VII, 72.
Cytodites nudus, parasite of chicken, V, 263.
Dactylopius adonidum, outbreak of, in New Zealand, VII, 81.
citri, killed by Orcus czeruleus, XVIII, 99.
iceryoides, should be D. aurilanatus, in California, VII, 82.
sacchari, in Porto Rico, XXII, 89.
sp., on pear roots, XX, 63.
virgatus, on violets, XXVII, 79.
Dacus cucurbite, injury by, in Hawaiian Islands, XXII, 93.
Dakruma coccidivora, feeding on Pulvinaria innuimerabilis, XXII, 12.
Dasyllis tergissa, feeding on honey bee, XXII, 103.
note on, XXX, 84.
Datana integerrima, defoliating trees in Maryland, XX, 65.
Demodex folliculoruni, habits of, V, 274.
Dendroctonus brevicomis, injury to yellow pine, XXI, 13, 20, 26.
frontalis, destroying coniferous trees, VII, 67.
piceaperda, habits and work of, XXVIII, 17.
means against, XXVIII, 42.
rufipennis, in New Hampshire, XVII, 67.
not certainly this species in New Hampshire, XVIII, 96.
similis, on red fir and larch, XXI, 10, 15, 21.
sp., infesting tide-land spruce, XXI, 15.
injurious to sugar pine, XXI, 14.
terebrans, injurious to many pines, XXI, 14.
Dendroides canadensis, in chestnut, VII, 71.
Dendrolene, use against elm-leaf beetle, VI, 45.
See Raupenleim.
Dermacentor americanus, habits of, V, 261.
reticulatus, mention of, V, 262.
Dermanyssus avium, habits of, V, 253.
gallin&e, habits of, and remedies for, V, 254.
Dermatobia cyaniventris, taken from arm of a sailor, VII, 86.
See (Estris hominids.
noxialis. See (Estris hominis.
,Dermestes chinensis, damaging books, VIII, 14.
lardarius, burrowing in cork and wood, VIII, 14.
damage by, IV, 107.
remedies for, IV, 108.
vulpinus, burrowing in cork and wood, VIII, 14.
experiments with cold on, VI, 16.
Dermestidae, granivorous habits of, VIII, 14.
herbivorous, habits of, II, 36.
Diabrotica 12-punctata, XX, 57.
injuring millet, XVII, 86.
observations on, XXVI, 35.







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Diabrotica loniigicornis, Spread of, in Ohio, XX, 6i9.
trivittata, food habit. off XIX, 51.
vittata, abundant in Maryland, IX, 81; XXVI, 83.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 58.
egg of, XIX, 48.
especially injurious to meln:-, XX, ii.
in Coloradlo, XXVI, 80.
minethodls of contriolli ng, XIX, 49.
Diacanithus aeneus, injuring cereal crops in Norway, IX, 79.
lDiaprepes abbreviatus, injuring guava, XXX, 97.
Diaspis amvgdlali = pentagona.
cacti, in Georgia, X X V I, 51.
pentagon, in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
Massachusetts, XVII, 64.
Ohio, XVII, 101.
experiments in spraying, XXX, 33.
rose. So'e Aulacaspis.
Diatrwa saccharalis, abundant in Maryland, XVII, 93.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
in cornstalks in Georgia, XX, 58.
1900, XXX, 68.
injury by, in Porto Rico, XXII, Ms.
striatalis, synonymn of Proceras saccliaril)lannis. XVIII, 90.
in sugar cane, XVIII, 90.
Dibrachvs boucheanus, parasite of Orgyia leucostignia, IX, 16.
Dictyophorus reticulatus, damage by, in Mis-sis-sippi, XXX, 2S.
Diglochis onnivora, parasite of brown-tail moth, XVII, 2s.
Dinoderus substriatus, destructive to tan bark, XX, 107.
Diplosis pyrivora, damage by, in Maryland, IX, 82.
rosivora, destroying rosel)ids, XXII, 44.
sorghicola, a new species: on sorghum, XVIII, 81.
tritici,'abundant in Ohio, XX, 69.
in Canada, XXVI, 96.
violicola, injuring violets. XXII, 48; XXVII, 47.
Disease, flies carrying, XXX, 39.
Disonvuycha caroliniana, liviiig on purslane, XVIII, s:4.
quinquevittata, swarming in Arizona, XVIII, 100.
migration of, XXX, 97.
triangularis, injuring 1)eets in Ohio, VI, 68.
xanthomehena, hliabits and life history of, XIX, 80.
in 1900, XXX, 69.
Dissosteira carolina, abundant in Montana in 1895, VII, 33.
damage 1 y, in Mississippi, XXX, 29.
longipennis, abundant in Coloradlo in 1895, VII, 31.
Nebraska in 1.896, VII, 36.
obliterata, abundlalit in Mlontana in 1895, VII, 33.
Distribution of insects, II, 91.
parasites, V, 17.
Docophorus acutipectus, host of, V, 223.
agelaii, description of, VI, 220.
atricolor, host of, V, 223.
bassaniu, host of, V, 217.
bisignatus, host of, V, 217.
bubonis, description and host of, V, 219.
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Docophorus buteonis, hosts of, V, 218.
calvus, host of, V, 223. -
ceblebrachys, hosts of, V, 216.
coccygi, description and host of, V, 222.
colymbinus, hosts of, V, 217.
communis, host of, V, 216.
compare, host of, V, 217.
corvi, description and host of, V, 220,
cursor, host of, V, 216.
cygni, hosts of, V, 217.
parasite of little red swan, V, 192.
fissiformis, host of, V, 2'17.
fuliginosus, host of, V, 223.
fusco-ventralis, descril)tion and host of, NV, 221.
graviceps, host of, \', 223.
halieti, description and (host of, V, 218.
ictorodes, hosts of, VN, 217.
parasite of ducks and geese, V, 192.
insolitus, host of, V, 223.
kansensis, host of, V, 223.
lari, hosts of, V, 217.
Ifelanocel)halus, host of, V, 218.
minuto-trabeculatus, description and host of, V, 221.
monterevi, hosts of, V, 223.
occidentalis, host of, V, 223.
pertusus, hosts of, V, 217.
platystomus, hosts of, VN, 216.
quadraticeps, host of, VN, 223.
quiscali, description and host of, V, 219.
rostratus, host of, V, 218.
sialii, description and host of, V, 220.
speotyti, description and host of, V, 222.
sphenophorus, host of, V', 217.
superciliosus, host of, VN, 216.
syrini, mention of, V, 219.
testudinarius, hosts of, V, 217.
Dorypnora 10-lineata, abundant in Ohio in 1897, IX, 41.
Maryland, VI, 65; XX, 68; XXVI, 81.
common in Georgia, XX, 57.
on tobacco, IX, 41.
juncta, in Georgia, XX, 57.
Drasterius amabilis, enemy of Aramigus funeri, XXVII, 95.
elegans, preying on white grub, XIX, 79.
1)rosophila amcena, injury to fruit, IV, 110.
ampelophila, liable to carry disease, XXX, 42.
damage to fruit, IV, 110.
Drvoccetes affaber, an enemy of tide-land spruce, XXI, 21.
granicollis, on chestnut, VII, 72.
Dysdercus ruficollis, staining cotton in Peru, XXII, 100.
Earias insulana, injury by, in Egypt, XXII, 99.
Echinophthirius setosus, parasite of the harbor seal, V, 188.
Echocerus cornutus, habits of, IV, 115.
Economic entomology, conditions of, in 1897, IX, 5.
evolution of, VI, 5.










Economic eutoiOlhgy, works on, XXIV, 83.
Ectohia gerliiallica, habits of, IV, 92.
Elaphidion cinereumi, lives in buttonw,,idl, XVIII, 43.
imlhelle, live. in oak, XVIII, 43.
iierile, habits of, XVIII, 41.
irro-ratiii, in mangrove, XVIII, 43.
iiimucroiatun, food habits of, XVIII, 42.
parallelumi, abundance on maples, VI, 59.
subpubescens, habits of, XVIII, 41.
tectum, in stems of Yucca, XVIII, 43.
unicolor, lives in redlbud, XVIII, 43.
villosurn, habits of, XVIII, 35.
injuring apple twigs, VI, 58.
injurious in New York, XVII, 17.
on roses, XXVII, 101.
Elasmiopalpus lignosellus, account of, XXIII, 17.
Elii leaf-iiiiner, in New York, XVII, 21.
Emory fumiiigator, XX, 43.
Emphytus canadeniisis, injuring violets, XXVII, 26.
pallipes=E. canadlensis, XXVII, 30.
Eminpoa.sca nali, injurious to potatoes, VI, 79.
viridlescens, on potatoes, XVIII, 101.
Enmupusa aphidis, affectiniig Nectarophora lest.tructor, XXVI, 58,59, 70, 88.
infesting chinch bugs, XV, 39.
gryllii, detroving grasshoppers in Colorado in 1s.95, VII, 32, 38.
South Africa, IX, 35.
sphAerospermna, destroying Phytononius punctatus, IX, 89; XXVI. 81.
Empusina musce, destroying house flies, IV, 47.
Encyvrtus flavus, hosts of, VII, 63.
johnsoni, parasite of Murgantia histrioinica, XXVI, 21.
slj., parasite of Aspidiotus forliesi, VI, 75.
Englaid(, soiiie injurious insects of, IX, 26.
Entedon epigonus, as enemy of Hessian fly, XVI, 3s.
hagenowi, parasite of Evania appliiidigaster, IV, 95.
Entilia sinuata, habits of, XXX, 75.
Eniitomoligic service in New York, XX, 39
Entomology, a list of works on North American, XXIV.
Entomophthora aphid is. Spe Empusa.
phytonomi, destroying Phytonii6ius pu ictatiis. XXVI, 9ti.
sphaerosperma. See Empusa.
Entonmoscelis adonidis, in Canada, XXVI, 95.
Entoiiosporiutiinmaculatumn, resembling the San Jo.se .cale, III, 37.
Ephedlrus incoinpletus, parasite of rose aphis, XVII, 46.
Ephestia cahiritella, life history of, VIII, 8.
infesting chocolate nuts, VIII, 7.
in various dry foods, VIII, 8.
calidella, feeds on driedl figs, raisins, and currants, VIII, 10.
desuetella=E. ficulella.
elutella, injuring cayenne pepper, dried apple-, and cacao beaiis. VIII, 9.
ficella=E. calidlella.
ficulella, in cotton cake, currants, and dried figs, VIII, 10.
kuehniella, development of, VI, 85.
in Canada, XXVI, 96.
notes on, XX, 67.







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Ephestia kuehniella, parasites of, VIII, 38.
protracted development of, VI, 83
spread of, XXII, 97; XXVI, 82.
passulella=E. cahiritella.
semirufa=E. elutella.
sp., in nuts and fruits, IV, 129.
pressed figs, VIII, 10.
roxburghii=E. elutella.
xanthotricha = E. calidella.
Ephialtes irritator, parasite of Liopus variegatus, VII, 72.
Epicterus imbricatus, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
life history of, XIX, 62.
notes on, XXIII, 31.
work of, in Maryland, XXVI, 82.
in 1900, XXX, 6(38.
Epicauta cinerea, damage by, in Maryland, VI, 65.
lemniscata, injuring potato vines, beet tips, squash plants, and alfalfa,
VII, 85.
pennsylvanica, injuring China asters, VI, 72.
trichrus, on sweet potato, IX, 23.
vittata, damage by, in O(hio, XX, 70.
injury by, in Ma'yland, XXVI, 83.
Epilachna borealis, account of, XIX, 11.
bibliography of XIX, 18.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 58.
food plants of, XIX, 13.
Epilampra notabilis, injurious in South Australia, XXII, 95.
Epitrix brevis, on Solanum nigrum, XIX, 90.
cucuneris, destructive to young potatoes, IX, 81.
note on, XIX, 89.
fuscula, notes on, XIX, 87.
in 1900, XXX, 68.
parvula, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
injuring tobacco, IX, 81.
life history of, XIX, 85.
in 1900, XXX, 68.
Ericerus p6-la, note of, IX, 39.
Eriocampoides limacina, damage by, in Colorado, XXVI, 78.
injurious in New York, XVII, 17.
Eriococcus azaleae, on Rhododendron catawbiense in Ohio, XXVI, 90.
neglectus, on Atroplex canescens, XX, 7.
Euclea penulata, feeding on apple, XXX, 98.
Euclemensia bassettella, parasite of oak Kermes, VI, 60.
Eudemis botrana, injuring roses, XXVII, 88.
notes on, XX, 71.
Euderces picipes, on chestnut, VII, 72.
Eugonia subsignaria, unusually destructive in Iowa, VI, 80.
Euhamatopinus abnormis, parasite of the mole, V, 187.
Eulophus cyriades, parasite.of Penthina nimbatana, XXVII, 86.
Eunotus lividus, parasite on plum scale, II, 90.
of Pulvinaria innumerabilis, XXII, 15.
Eupelmus allynii, parasite of Hessian fly, XVI, 34.
xiphidii, parasite of Orchelimum agile, XXX, 31.
Eupeodes volucris, feeding on plum lice,'IX, 78.







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Euphoria inqla, habits and grubs of, VI, 58.
life hlist,,ry of, XIX, 67.
pest to peach crop, VI, i2.
note on, XXX, 85.
Euphorocera claripennis, parasite of Euproctis chrysorrhiea, XVII, 28.
C(elodasvs iunicornlis, IX, 43.
Elilahilll borealis, XIX, 16.
(Orgy'ia hIcostigma, IX, 16.
Mlaioplus dlifferentiali:, ZXXX, 25.
EuI)lctrnus comstockii, parasite of Laphygtma frugiiperla, XXIX, 36.
fr mtalis, parasite of Noctlu c-nigrum, XXVII, 114.
plathlypen;,, parasite of Plathypcam scalra, XXX, 50.
Eupogl nius vestitus, on chestmimt, VII, 72.
Eu p)roctis chrysorrhia, account of, in Massachusetts, XVII, 24.
birds that feed upon larvae of, XX, 88.
in i1as.aclhusetts, XXVI, 75.
Eupsalis minuta, destructive to stave timber, XVII, 47.
Euiptoieta claudia, on palisics, XXVII, 80.
Eurymtetopus brevis, mention of, V, 233.
Eurrytoma funebris=Bru'ii p agus.
Euschistus variolaritis, note on, XXX, 84.
ElithI'rhvnchus floridlanis, preyving on Nezara lhilaris,, XXII, 109.
Eutrixa masuria, parasite of white grub, XIX, 79.
Evania appendligaster, parasite of cockroach e'.,gs, IV, 95.
Exartema. perinundana, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
on blackberry in Ohio, XX, 71.
Exoascus cecidonimophilus, at-sociiatvd with cecidomyiid on chokeclierry, VI, 58.
Elxmchus n ansuietir, parasite of Pyralis farinalis, VIII, 42.
Exor ista landla, parasite of Plathypenia scal ra, XXX, 50.
griscimicans, parasite of Orgyvia leuc.istigina, IX, 16.
hypeii', parasite of Hypena humuli, VII, 46.
pyste, parasite of Hellula unilalis, XXIII, 60.
sp., parasite of O()rgyia leuchstigma, IX, 17.
Falciger rostratus, parasite of pigt-on, V, 262.
Farm practice against insects, II, 17.
Feltia herilis, abumlndance of larva? in Ohio, II, 85.
Fidia viticida, comliiti' n of, in Ohio, in 1897, IX, 44.
serious damage wby, in Ohio, XX, 70.
work of, in Ohio, VI, 69.
damage by, in Illinois, XXX, 97.
Fiorinia fiorinie, in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
Fish, use of, to chlar ponds of minsq uito larvae, IV, 20; V, 29.
Fish-oil soaps, experiments with, a,,ainst San Joise scale. III, 68.
use of, II, 23.
value as insecticides, VI, 38; XVII, 96.
Flea-beetles, remedies for, XIX, 90.
in California viiekyards, XXX, 91.
Fleas, general characters of, V, 141.
renmledies against, IV, 29.
to rid cats of, XXX, 94.
Flies, carriers of disease, V, 20; XXX, 39.
Flour beetles, general characters of, IV, 112.
Fomod insects, remedies for, IV, 129.
Forests, insect enemies of, II, 75; XXI, 7.







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Forest insects, remedies against, VII, 74.
Formaldehyde gas, as an insecticide, IX, 62; XXX, 39.
Foul brood, disease of bees, I, 112.
laws against, XIII, 54.
Frontina aletite, parasite of Orgyia leucostigma, IX,, 16.
frenchii, parasite of Orgyia lencostigma, IX, 16.
Laphygma frugiperda, XXIX, 36.
Fruit flies Or vinegar flies, IV', 109.
remedies for, IV,111.
Fungous enemies of chinch bug, XV, 41.
Gadflies, a remedy for, XX, 24.
(Galermicella cavic(ollis, habits and history of, XIX, 90.
injurious in New York, XVII, 20.
on peach in Pennsylvania, XVII, 23.
luteola, abundance in Maryland, VI, 66; XX, 65.
early spraying of, II, 58.
in Albany, N. Y., II, 50.
Springfield, Mass., II, 40.
Washington, D. C., II, 47.
injurious in New York, XVII, 17; XX, 61.
number of eggs laid by, XVII, 17.
preference for English elms, II, 53.
recommendations against, II, 55.
second brood of, in Albany, N. Y.; II, 51.
spraying against, II, 41.
trunk and crown washing against, VI, 36.
Galleria mellinella, the wax moth, I, 113.
Gargaphia angulata, feeding on beans, XXIII, 32.
Gastrophilus equi, damage by, V, 77.
in Delaware, XXVI, 67.
life history and habits, V, 78.
prevention of injuries, V, 82.
remedies for the bots, V, 84.
h'emorrhoidalis, amount of injury by, V, 84.
life history and habits of, V, 85.
remedies for, V, 85.
nasalis, habits of, V, 86.
in Delaware, XXVI, 67.
pecorum, notice of, V, 87.
Gelechia piscipellis, a leaf-miner in tobacco, VII, 76.
in Porto Rico, XXII, 89.
solanella. See G. piscipellis.
Geometrid larva, defoliating forest trees, XXI, 18.
Georgia laws against injurious insects, XIII, 13.
some insects of, XX, 56.
Giant Cactus, fauna of, IX, 38.
Giebelia mirabilis, host of, V, 236.
Gipsy moth- Porthetria.
Glossina morsitans, habits of, V, 133.
Glypta erratic, parasite of Polygonia comma, VII, 51.
Gnathotrichus asperulus, mention of, VII, 30.
materiarius, habits of, VII, 30.
retusus, mention of, VII, 30.
Gonia capitata, parasite of Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62.







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Goniocotes abdominalis, mention of, V, 230.
parasite of chickens, V, 193.
burnettii, parasite of chickens, V, 194.
chrysocephaluis, parasite of the pheasaniit, V, 194.
compare, host of, V, 230.
parasite of the pigeon, V, 193.
gigas=abdominalis.
lh)logaster, mention of, V, 230.
parasite of chicken, V, 192.
rectangulatus, mention of, V, 230.
parasite of the peacock, V, 194.
(Gmoniodles colchius, parasite of the pheasant, V, 197.
cupides, host of, V, 231.
,lamicornis, host of, V, 231.
parasite of the pigeom, V, 195.
dispar, host of, V, 230.
dlissiniilis, parasite of chickens, V, 195.
falcicornis, host of, V, 231.
parasite of the peacock, V, 197.
mephitidis, host of, V, 231.
minerriaminanus, mention of, V, 231.
minor, parasite of the pige4on, V, 196.
ortygis, host of, V, 231.
numidianus, parasite of Guinea fowls, V, 195.
stylifer, host of, V, 231.
parasite of the turkey, V, 196.
Goniops hippoboscoides, notice of, V, 71.
Gossyparia ulhni, in M31assachisetts, XVII, 62.
Michigan, XVII, 66.
New Jersey, VI, 62.
New York, VI, 60.
Grain beetles, general characters of, IV, 120.
Graphisurus pusillus, in pine, VII, 74.
Grapholitha prunivora, effect of cold winter on, XXII, ,7.
Graphops marcassitus, on strawberries, IX, 82.
Grasshoppers, disease of, in Colorado, VI, 89.
insects reared from deal, VII, 92.
investigation of ISY5, VII, 31.
investigation in 1896, VII, 36.
nocturnal flight of, XXII, 106.
in Mississippi, XXX, 7.
the Philippines, XXX, 83.
use of bran-arsenic mashl against, XXX, 96.
Greenhouse insects, killed by hydrocyanic-acid gas. XXII, 69.
Gryllotalpa hexadactyla, in Porto Rico, XXII, 90.
(;ryliis abbreviatus, eating tomato plants, XVII, 100.
assimnilis, in houses, IV, 53.
domesticus, in houses in America, IV, 53.
Gymnietron teter, on plum trees, XVII, 99; XX, 72.
Gypsy moth =Porthetria dispar.
committee, work of, XVII, 78.
Gyronus gracilis, host of, V, 249.
parasite of tie Guinea pig, V, 215.
ov'alis, lost of, V, 249.







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Gyropus ovalis, parasite of Guinea pig, V, 216.
Habrobracon hebetor=Bracon.
Habrocytus rhodobeni, parasite of Rhodobwenus 13-punctatus, XXII, 104.
Habrolepis dalmanni, introduced into this country, XVII, 14.
Hadena devastatrix, abundant in Ohio, XX, 72.
Hadrobracon hebetoir. See Bracon.
Hadronotus anasa', parasite of Anasa tristis, XIX, 26.
Harpalus etraticus, biting man, XXX, 90.
Haematobia serrata, amount of injury by, V, 116.
early and new appearances of, VII, 86.
habits and life history, V, 116.
rapid spread of, V, 115.
remedial measures, V, 120.
HMematomyzus elephants = proboscideus.
prol)oscideus, parasite of.the elephant, V, 188.
HMematopinoides squamnosus, parasite of pocket gopher, V, 187.
Hwmatopinus acanthopus, parasite of the field mouse, V, 181.
antennatus, parasite of the fox squirrel, V, 183.
asini, parasite of horse, V, 180.
bicolor= piliferus.
brevicornis, parasite of the giraffe, V, 170.
cameli, parasite of camel, V, 170.
cervicapra tibialiss.
crassicornis, parasite of deer, V, 170.
erraticus, parasite of Larus?, V, 186.
eurysternus, life history of. V, 174.
parasite of ox, V, 172.
remedies for, V, 175.
hesperomydis, parasite of white-footed mouse, V, 184.
lheviusculus, mention of, V, 18(I.
montanus, parasite of the gray squirrel, V, 184.
obtusus, parasite of a monkey, V, 169.
pedalis, parasite of sheep, V, 170.
piliferus, infesting dogs, V, 169.
)punctatus=tuberculatus.
sciuropteri, parasite of flying squirrel, N'V, 182.
spinulosus, parasite of the rat, V, 181.
stenopsis, parasite of goat, V, 170.
suturalis, parasite of ground squirrels, V, 185.
tibialis, parasite of antelope, 170.
tuberculatus, parasite of buffalo, V, 177.
urius, life history and remedies, V, 17.9.
parasite of the hog, V, 178.
ventricosus, parasite of the rabbit, V, 182.
vituli, life history and remedies, V, 177.
/ parasite of ox, V, 176.
HMematopota pluvialis, habits of, V, 69.
Hairy caterpillars, destroyed by birds, XX, 85.
Haltica chalybea, very abundant in Maryland, XX, 65.
ignita, account of, XXIII, 70.
punctipennis, injuries by, in northern Colorado, IX, 78.
Halticus bractatus, feeding on red clover, VI, 68.
uhleri, damage by and food habits, XIX, 57.
Harpalus caliginosus, injuring strawberries in Ohio, XXVI, 89.







Harpalus .aliginosuis, noise of, XXII, 103.
peennsylvanicus, notes on, XXII, 100.
ruficornis, damaging,, strawberries in England, IX, 26.
Harvest mites, habits of, V, 251.
remedies for, V, 252.
Helicolia helicis, bred from deadl grasshoppers, VI, 92.
parasite of Orgyia leucostignma, IX, 17.
Melaniioplus differentialis, XXX, 25.
i Iltliotlhis ariiiger, damage by, ini Maryland, XVII, 94.
to strawberry plants, VII, 84.
destructive in Georgia, XX, 58.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
injuring peaches in Ohio, IX, 41.
in 1900, XXX, 67.
rhexiae, on roses, XXVII, 101.
Hellebore, against, potato beetles on tomato, IX, 46.
Hellula iindali-, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
habits and life history, XIX, 51.
notes on, XXII, 53.
Hemiteles tineie, parasite of Tinea granella, VIII, 43.
Henous confertus, food plants of, XXII, 108.
Heterachthes eneolus, boring in grapevines in Mexico, XVIII, 93.
Heteropus vent ricosus =Ped4liculoides.
Hippelates flies, cause of sore eyes, VII, 86.
flavipl)es, plebejus, and pusi, plague to animinals, V, 134.
Hiplpol,,bsca bubonis=Ofersia americana.
equina, attacking horses, V, 137.
ltipplidamia convergens, attacking plum lice, IX, 78.
feeding on Nectariphora d(estrtictor, XX, 98; X X VI 71.
glacialis, feeding on Nectarophora (lestriictor, XXVI 71.
Hives, characters and parts of, I, 40.
Honalodisca coagulata, note on, XXX, 95.
Homhalmiyia brevis, liablle to carry disease, XXX, 42.
canicularis, f,11ndl in hoiuscs, IV, 44.
Homnialotylus sp., ladybird parasite in California, VI, 48.
Honey and pollen plants, list of, I, 65.
extracting, I, 75.
extractors, I, 49.
plants, cultivation of, I, 59.
production of, I, 22.
Hop merchants, what they are, VII, 47.
plant, insects affecting, VII, 40.
Hoplia callipyge, injurious to roses, XXVII, 96.
trifasciata, injurious to cherry trees in Ohio, XVII, 98.
Hoplismenus morulus, parasite of Polygonia iiiterrinatiIllis, VII, 49
Horseflies, habits of, V, 58.
House ants, species of, IV, )6.
flies, species of, IV, 43.
and mosquitoes, XVII, 55.
Household insects, effects of temperature on, VI, 13.
IHyalommna fegyptius and afri'caiini, mention of, V, 2612.
note on XXVI, 44.
Hyalopterus litruii, injuriiL! plums anid prunes in Colorado, IX, 78.
Hydnocera verticalis-, from willow, XVII, .m.







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Hydrocyanic-acid gas, against San Jose scale, III, 59; XII, 16; XVII, 39.
for low-growing plants, XXVI, 60.
in greenhouses, XXII, 69; XXVII, 20.
orchards, a new method of handling, XX, 43.
value and use of, IX, 61; XXVI, 34.
Hydr(ecia immanis, life history of, VII, 40.
remedies for, VII, 43.
margidens, boring in stems of Cosmos plants, IX, 83.
Hylastinus obscurus, work of, in Canada, XXVI, 96.
Hylesinus aspericollis, destructive to white alder, XXI, 16.
Hylotrupes ligneus, injuring rustic cedar fences, XXX, 91.
Hylurgops rugipennis, an enemy of tide-land spruce, XXI, 21.
Hylurgus piniperda, injuring pine in Norway, IX, SO.
Hypena humuli, life history of, VII, 44.
Hyperacmus tinem, parasite of Tinea pellionella, IV, 66.
Hyperaspis signata, beneficial work of, XXVI, 17.
feeding on Pulvinaria acericola, XXII, 23.
innumerabilis, XXII, 12.
Hyperchiria io, abundance of, in Louisiana, XVIII, 99.
Hypoderas columb- = Falciger rostratus.
Hypoderma bovis, structure and characters, V, 95.
lineata, life history, V, 98.
possible case of myiasis 1by, XVIII, 97.
structure and characters, V 97.
Hyponomeuta padi, injuring Prunus in Norway, IX, 80,
variabilis, injuring Sorbus in Norway, IX, 80.
Hypostena barbata, a parasite of Disonycha xanthomel--na, XIX, 85.
floridensis, parasite of Loxostege obliteralis, XXVII, 107.
Icerya purchase, in Portugal, XVII, 30.
not in the Azores, VII, 87.
Ichneumon capitus, parasite of Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62.
comes, parasite of Noctua c-nigrum, XXVII, 59.
maurus, parasite of Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62.
Ichthyura apicalis, on poplar in Ohio, XVII, 99.
Idaho, laws against injurious insects, XIII, 15.
Importation of destructive insects, II, 79.
Inoculation against insects, II, 16.
Insect control, in Riverside, Cal., XXII, 83.
Insectary and office methods, XX 41.
Insecticide experiments, some, VI, 30; IX, 60; XXX, 33.
Insecticides, spring applications of, on fruit trees, XXVI, 22.
Insectivorous birds, VII, 84; XXX, 93.
attacking the chinch bug, XV, 53.
feeding on brown-tail moth, XVII, 28.
that attack the Cicada, XIV, 105.
habits of lizards, XXII, 96.
Insects and the weather, XXII, 51; XXX, 63.
common names of, IX, 32.
fertilizing muskmelons, XVII, 75.
from British Honduras, XXX, 82.
the Philippines, XXX, 83.
Kansas, XXX, 84.
injuring binding twine, XXX, 94.
injurious in South Africa, IX, 34.







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Inserts near smelting works, XXX, 97.
:of Porto Rico, XXIII, 88.
scarcity of, in New York in 1,:, VI, 54.
Inspection, in Riverside. Cal., XXII, 83.
Ischnaspis longirostris, in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
Isocratus vulgaris, parasite of Nectarophora destructor, XXIII, 36.
Ithycerus noveboracensis, eating buds of alple and plwah, XX, 58.
inVirginia, XXII, 107.
Ixo(les p)ilosus, note on, XXVI, 47.
reduvius, eriiiaceus, and mnargicanumn, mention of, V, 262.
ricinus, parasite of ground squirrels, V, 262.
Kaitit, experiments with, against Fidia viticida, IX, 45.
used against wireworms, XVII, 101.
Kansas, insects from, XXX, 84.
Kentucky laws against injurious insects, XIII, 18.
Kermies galliformis, occurrence in -New York, VI, 60.
trinotatus, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
Kerosene against mosquitoes, IV, 18; V, 29; XVII, 56; XXV, 51.
and milk emulsion, against San Jose scale. III, 59.
soap emulsion, against San Jose scale, 111, 58.
water, mixture of, XII, 23.
proportions for use, II, 27.
pump, II, 19.
whale-oil soap emulsion, exlierilmelts with, II, 21.
for San Jose scale, VI, 42.
use of, XVII, 50.
pure, VI, 71; IX, 57; XII, 17; XVII, 95.
emulsii n, against San Jose scale, III, 58, 69.
device for preparation of, VI, 93.
use of, in California, IX, 59.
ineffective against white grubs, XXX, 92.
lime emulsion, experiment with, XXX, 37.
oil, experiment with, against San Jose scale, III, 69.
sprayer, modification of the knapl)sack, II, 19, 26, 28, 30.
Kissing-buing, account of, XXII, 24.
Lachnosterna arcuata, XXVII, 75.
structure and habits of larva, XIX, 74.
farcta, injurious to collards, XXII, 107.
fusca, ineffectiveness of kerosene emulsion against, XXX, 92.
La(lybirds, introduced from Australia into India, XVIII, 89.
Laemobothrium atrumn, host of, V, 247.
giganteum, host of, V, 247.
hastipes, mention of, V, 247.
similis, host of, V, 248.
Leminophhlvus pusillus, in cereals, IV, 129.
Laisser-faire philosophy applied to the insect problem, XX, 5.
Laniinosi,)ptes cysticola, parasite of fowls, V, 263.
Lantern trap, a successful one, IX, 75.
Laphygma flavimaculata, in Colorad o, XXVI, 79.
frugiperda, account of, XXIX, 13.
damage by, in Ohio, XXVI, 85.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 58.
in Mississippi, XXX, 31.
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Laphygma frugiperda, in 1900, XXX, 67.
injury to violets, XXVII, 73.
means against, XXIX, 37.
Lasioderma serricorne, fumigation against, XXX, 78.
food habits of, IV, 126.
Lathronmeris cicada-e, parasitic on Cicada eggs, XIV, 97.
Larvar in ear, probably Calliphora or Sarcophaga, VII, 86.
Laverna gleditschiella, in Ohio, XX, 73.
Lecaniodiaspis sp., on wild honeysuckle. XXVI, 84.
tessellatus, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
Lecanium armeniacum, found in New York, XVII, 22.
in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
cerasifex. injurious to maple in New York, XVII, 22.
fletcheri, parasites of, VII, 62.
hemisphaLricum, in G(eorgia, XXVI, 53.
on coffee in Porto Rico, XXII, 89.
hesperildum, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
longulum, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
nigrofasciatum, descripl)tion of, XVIII, 26.
in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
Maryland, XVII, 66.
injurious to plum and peach in Maryland, XX, 66.
olea, notes on, in California, XXVI, 91.
persice, injuring peach, VI, 77.
tessellatum, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
tulipifenre, in Georgia, XXVI, 53.
Legislation against )brown-tail moth, XVII, 30.
insects, II, 12; VI, 12,50, 63; XIII.
San Jose scale, III, 72.
Lepidocyrtus americanus, occurrence in houses, IV, 83
Lepidoptera, at light and at sugar, IX, 30.
Lepisma domesticc, liking for hot places, IV', 78.
saccharina, damage to books and lpai)ers, IV, 76.
Leptocoris trivittatus, abundance of, in Iowa, XXX, 98.
Leptoglossus oppositus, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
Habits and life history, XIX, 44.
on Russian apricot trees, VII, 87.
in .1900, XXX, 66.
phyllolpus, habits and life history, XIX, 46.
Lepl)tostylus collaris, on chestnut, VII, 72.
commixtus, on pine, VII, 74.
macula, on chestnut, VII, 72.
Leptoterna dolobrata, feeding on timothy, IX, 42.
Leptura zebra, on chestnut, VII, 71.
Leptus. See Harvest mites.
Leucania albilinea. appearance in New York, VI, 56.
unipuncta, abundance in New York in 1896, VI, 55.
damage by, in Iowa, VI, 78.
Massachusetts, VI, 62.
New Jersey, VI, 62.
late outbreak of, XVIII, 99.
means against, VI, 62.
outbreak of, in (Ohio, VI, 66.
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Le'cptera ,ffeella, in P rto, Rico, XXII, 89.
Life zones abl4ut District of Columibia, XXII, 52.
Ligyrus gi )bboslus, injuring, corn and carrots, XVIIH, !.l
rugiceps, injuring corn and rice, XVIII, 92.
Limiax campestris, preying on the common imealy buig., I X, 42.
Limie, salt, and sulphur wash, value of, IX, 60.
sulphur, and salt wash, in the East, III, 70; XXX, 34.
with Paris green, value of, VI, 43.
Liniiieria dubitata, parasite of Laphyglma frugiperdila, XXIX, 36.
ephestia:, parasite of Plodia interpunctella, VIII, 41.
figitiva, host fo.,r Pimpla conquisitor, XXVI, 34.
parasite of Ephestia kuehniella, XXVI, 96.
validla, parasite of Orgyia leu'istigma, IX, 16.
Liim scripta, injuring basket willow, II, 69.
means against, II, 73.
Liinguatula rliinaria, parasite in nose of various animals, V, 275.
Liopis variegatuis, on ches-tnut, VII, 72.
Lipeurus anseris, parasite of geese, V, 200.
baculus, parasite of the pigeon, V, 199.
host of, V, 232.
bifasciatus, host of, V, 233.
b ,tauri, description and host of, V, 234.
celer; hosts of, V, 235.
constriet us, hosts of, V, 236
censuss, host of, V, 235.
diversus, host of, V, 236.
forficulatus, hosts of, V, 233.
heterographus, host of, V, 231.
parasite of the cihickenii and ph1easant, V, 197.
infuiiscatus, description and hists of, V, 234.
jejunls, host of, V, 234.
parasite of geese, V, 200.
lecteus =tadormIe.
leucop)ygus, host of, V, 234.
limitatus, host of, V, 236.
longicornis, host of, V, 233.
longipiilus, host of, V, 236.
luridus, description and host of, V, 2:32.
numi(la, parasite of the Guinea fo\o1, V, 198.
picturatus, host of, V, 236.
polytrapezius, host of; V, 234.
parasite of the turkey, V, 201.
lmpullatus, hosts of, V, 234.
pustulatus, host of, V, 234.
tqualidiis, parasite of duicks, V, 200.
hosts of, V, 233.
subangusticeps, description and host, of, V, 2.:7.
tadorm-(, parasite of the shellrake, V, 19S.
tempiralis, host of, V, 233.
testaceus, host of, V, 233.
toxocer,,s, host of, V, 233.
variabilis, host of, V, 234.
parasite of chickenls, V, 202.
various, hosts of, V, 235.
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Lipoptena cervi, notes on, IX, 26.
depressa, from deer (Cervus virginianus), V, 137.
Lixus concavus, account of, XXIII, 61.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
mucidus, notes on, XXIII, 61.
on corn in Ohio, XVII, 100.
Lizards, insectivorous habits of, XXII, 96.
Lo.usts at Lourent'o Marquez, XXII, 105.
in Argentina, XXII, 105.
London purple, experiments with, VI, 33.
Lophoderus quadrifasciana, in Delaware, XXVI, 68.
destructive in Canada, XXVI, 94.
triferana, on roses, XXVII, 88.
violets, XXVII, 81.
Lophyrus rufus, injuring pine in Norway, IX, 80.
Louisiana laws against injurious insects, XIII, 20.
Loxostege frustalis, ravages of, in South Africa, IX, 35.
obliteralis, account of, XXVII, 102.
similalis, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
in 1900, X X X, 66.
Lozotrwnia clemensiana, abundant in clover in Ohio, XVII, 99.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
Lucilia caesar, found in houses, IV, 44.
habits of, V, 123.
parasite of Melanoplus differentialis, XXX, 25.
Lygocerus triticum, parasite of Hessian fly, XVI, 36.
Lygus invitus, injur;v by, XXX, 98.
pratensis, attacking buds of China asters, IX, 42.
injuring peach in Ohio, XX, 72.
injurious to pear and plum, XX, 63.
Lymexylon sericeum, taken from living chestnut in West Virginia, XVII, 46.
Lysiphlebus cucurbitaphidis, parasite of Myzus sp., XXVI, 68.
myzi, parasite of Aphis mali, XXVI, 68.
Macrobasis unicolor, feeding on locust hedge, VI, 59.
injuring grasshopper eggs, XXX, 23.
note on, XXX, 84
Macrodactylus angustatus, habits of, IX, 23.
subspinosus, abundant in Delaware, XXVI, 67.
in Maryland, XVII, 94.
not common in Maryland, XXVI, 83.
remedy for, XX, 70.
Magdalis wnescens, account of, XXII, 37.
olyra, on plum trees, XXII, 99.
Mallophaga, list of species in United States, V, 216.
Mamestra picta, abundance of larve in New York-, XVII, 21.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
Margaronia hyalinata, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
habits of, XIX, 42.
not common in Georgia, XX, 59.
in 1900, XXX, 66.
nitidalis, damage by, in Georgia, XX, 58.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
habits of, XIX, 41.
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Marylaiild, insects of, XX, 62.
laws against injurious i '-erts, XIII, 20.
Massospwora cicad(ina, disease of Cicada, XIV, 106.
May flies, swarm of, on Lake Erie, XXII, 108.
Meal worms, general characters of, IV, 115.
Megacihile sp., larval cells in a bed, VII, 84.
Megastizus speciosus, as a nuisaiwc, XVIII, 92.
an enemy to (C'icuda, XIV, 9S.
Megilla muacuilata, feeding on Nectarophora destrnctor, XX, 98; XXVI, 71.
Megistopoda p)ilatei, notice of, V, 140.
Melanolestes abdoiiiinalis, habits of, XXII, 25.
picipes, habits of, XXII, 24.
Melanophila consputa, near siimelting works, XXX, 97.
druMninmondi, an eninlly of hemlock, red fir, and noble fir, XXI, 17.
longipes, near smelting works, XXX, 97.
Melanophora roralis, parasite of Pyralis fari.ali.-, VIII, 42.
Melanoplus atlanis, abundant in Coloradlo in 1l9., VII, 31.
Nebraska in 18-16, VII, 37.
in Manitoba, XXVI, 95.
damage by, in Mississilppi, XXX, 29.
bivittatus, abundant in Colorado in 1895, VII, 31.
Nebraska in Is!ii;, VII, 37.
bacterial disease of, VI, 89.
4damnage by, in Ohio, VI, 66.
injury in Ohio, XX, 70.
differentialis, abundant in Nebraska in ls!'ti, VII, 37.
account of, in MIississipli, XXX, 1.
life history of, XXX, 1.
means against, XXX, 14.
natural enemiies of, XXX, 22.
femur-rubrum, abundlant in Nebraska in S1lfi, VII, 37.
disease of, VI, 93.
fikdus, al)undlant in Colo-radlo in 1S95, VII, 31.
lakiinus, abundant in Nelraska in IS96, VII, 37.
packardi, abundant in Colorado in 1895, VII, 31.
spretus, abundant in Nebraska in 1896, VII, 36.
in Manitoba, XXVI, 95.
the Turtle Mountainis, XXII, 30.
rare in Colorado in ISIS, VII, 31.
Meligethes pnus, injuring cabbage in Norway, IX, 79.
Melitwa editha, on violets, XXVI1, 79.
Melittia satvriniformis, dates regardingr, in G(t.Irgia, XX, 59.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
life history of, XIX, 34.
in 1900, XXX, 68.
Meloie angusticollis, feeding on Impatiens, XVIII, 100.
impressus, injury by, XXX, 98.
Meloida, eateii by papablitte, XXX, 93.
Melophagus uviliis,' attacking sheep, V, 138.
remedlies for, V, 139.
Menopon biseriatui, host of, V, 243.
parasite on chickens, pheasants, etc., V, 212.
carduelis, host of, V, 244.
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Menopon crassipes, host of, V, 244.
expansum, description and host of, V, 245.
fulvo-fasciatum, host of, V, 244.
fulvo-maculatumn, parasite of the pheasant, V, 212.
fusco-marginatus, description and host of, V, 245.
giganteumrn, parasite of the dove, V, 210.
indistinctum, host of, V, 244.
infrequens, host of, V, 244.
interruptus, description and host of, V, 245.
loomisii, host of, V, 244.
navigans, host of, V, 244.
numide, parasite of the Guinea fowl, V, 213.
pallescens, hosts of, V, 243.
I)allidum, host of, V, 243.
parasite of chickens,. V, 210.
phfestomumin, parasite of the peacock, V, 212.
rusticum, host of, V, 243.
titan, host of, V, 243.
tridens, host. of, V, 244.
Meraporus calandrn, parasite of Sitodrepa ) panicea, IV, 125.
Merisus destructor, parasite of Hessian fly, XVI, 31.
Mesograpta polite, injurious to corn in Virginia, VII, 86.
Mlesostenus gracilis, parasite of Ephestia kuehniella, XX, 67.
Meteorus indagator, parasite of Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62.
vulgaris, parasite of Hellula undalis, XXIII, 60.
Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62.
Michigan laws against injurious insects, XIII, 22.
Microdus gibbosus, parasite of Mineola indiginella, XXVI, 68.
Microgaster militaris, appearance of, in Iowa, VI, 78.
Microphthalma disjuncta, parasite of white grub, XXX, 79.
Micropteryx pomivorella, numerous in Canada, 'XXVI; 94.
Milyas cinctus, enemy of chinch bug, X'V, 54.
Mineola indiginella, in Delaware, XXVI, 68.
Monarthrum dentiger, mention of, VII, 28.
fasciatunm, habits of, VII, 26.
in maple in Ohio, XXVI, 90.
injuring wine casks, VII, 85.
on peach in Ohio, II, 91. -
mali, boring in wvine casks, VII, 85.
habits of, VII, 26.
scutellare, mention of, VII, 28.
Monilia candida. See Xyleborus dispar.
Monocrepidius bella, injuring millet, XVII, 85.
vespertinus, injuring cotton in the South, XX, 57.
Monohammus scutellatus and M. confusor, habits of, VI, 49.
1Ionomnorium mininutunm, as a house ant, IV, 97.
transporting larva? of San Jose scale, III, 50.
pharaonis, means against, IV, 96.
Monophadnus rubi, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
in 1900, XXX, 69.
Monoptilota nubilella, account of, XXIII, 9.
Monoxia puncticollis, injuring sugar beets in New Mexico, XVIII, 96.
Mordella scutellaris, reared from stem of Amaranthus chlosostachya, XXII, 103.
MLorellia micans, liable to carry disease, XXX, 44.







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Mosquitoes an i house flies, XVII, 55.
and malaria, XXV, 17.
habits of, XXV.
list of, in United States, IV, 22; XXV, 20.
of the United States, XXV.
remedies against, IV, 17; V, 2-S; XXV, 49.
synopsis of the North Americaii, XXV, 18.
Murgantia histrionica, abundant in Georgia, XX, 59.
Marylaiinl in 1897, VI, 65; IX, 81; XVII, 94.
West Virginia, VI, 72.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
home and original food plant of, XXII, 108.
in Ohio, II, 90.
ilcrease of, in Ohio, VI, 67.
injuring asparagus, VII, 80.
rare in Delaware, XXVI, i4i.
Maryland, XX, 67; XXVI, 82.
Ohio, XX, 71.
in 1900, XXX, 67.
Musca do mestica, life history of, IV, 45.
remedies for, IV, 47.
disease carried by, XXX, 41.
Muskmelons, fertilization of, XVII, 75.
Myelois ceratoni,, feeding on St. John's br.cal, VIII, 10.
Myiasis, case of, XVIII, 97.
31yobia musculi, mention of, V, 263.
Myochrous denticollis, outbreak of, in Ohio, XXVI, 87.
Myocoptes musculinus, mention of, V, 263.
Myodocha serripes, injuring strawberries in Ohio, XXVI, 88.
injury to strawberries, XXII, 108.
sucking strawberries, XX, 63.
Mytilaspis citricola, damaging orange trees in the Azores, VII, 87.
in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
glov\eri, in GeoCrgia, XXVI, 51.
pomorum, commotion in West Virginia, VI, 72.
in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
not affected by kerosene, IX, 41.
notes on, VI, 77.
\ery destructive to lilac, XX, 66.
Myzocallis sp., abundant on timothy in Ohio, VI, 69.
Myzus cerasi, abundant in Marylamlnd in 1097, IX, 81.
mahaleb, life history of, VII, 52.
on violets, XXVII, 79.
Necrobia rufipes, injury to hams, IV, 105.
remedies for, IV, 106.
Nectar, use of, I, 22.
Nectarophora destructor, account of, XX, 94; XXIII, 33.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 58.
infected with Empusa aphidis, XXVI, 58, 59.
in Maryland, XX, 62, XXVI, 81.
Ohio, XXVI, 88.
1900, XXX, 68.
notes on, XXVI, 55.
in Delaware, XXVI, 619.


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Nematus ribesii. See Pteronus.
Nemorea leucanife, parasite of army worm in New York, VI, 56.
Neocerata rhodophaga, destructive to rosebuds, XXII, 44.
Neoclytus erythrocephalus, bred from seasoned hickory, XVII. 46.
on chestnut, VII, 72.
Neophasia menapia, defoliating yellow pine, XXI, 17.
outbreak of, VII, 77.
New York,, insects of, XX, 60.
Nirmnus abruptus, description and host of, V, 229.
boophilus, host of, V, 230.
brachythorax, host of, V, 223.
candidus, host of, V, 224.
citrinus, hosts of, V, 224.
cordatus, description and host of, V, 228.
cyclothorax, hosts of, V, 224.
discocephalu, host of, V, 223.
euzonius, host of, V, 223.
farallonii, host of, V, 230.
fenestratus, host of, V, 224.
furvus, description and host of, V, 225.
fuscus, hosts of, V, 223.
giganticola, host of, V, 230.
gracilis, description and host of, V, 225.
hebes, host of, V, 230.
lineolatus, host of, V, 224.
marginatus, description and host of, V, 228.
orarius, host of, V, 230.
ornatissimus, V, 224.
var. xanthocephali, description and host of, V, 224.
orpheus, description and host of, V, 227.
pallidus, description and host of, V, 227.
parallels, description and host of, V, 229.
picturatus, description and host of, V, 226.
pileus, host. of, V, 224.
S praistans, host of, V, 230.
rotundatus, description and host of, V, 226.
secondarius, description and host of, V, 227.
signatus, host, of, V, 224.
submarginellus, host of, V, 223.
tyrannus, description and host of, V, 228.
Nitzschia pulicaris, host of, V, 247.
Noctua c-nigrum, in greenhouses, XXVII, 54.
outbreak of, in Ohio, XXVI, 85.
'Noda cretifera, injuring coffee trees in Guatemala, XVIII, 100.
Nodonota clypealis, food plant of, VII, 61.
on leaves of Actinomeris squarrosa, XIX, 95.
convexa, food plant of, VII, 61.
puncticollis, life history and damage to roses, VII, 60.
tristis, food plants of, VII, 61.
note on, XIX, 95.
Nolophana malana, feeding on apples in New York, VI, 57.
Nomrnius pygmeus, appearance in numbers in a house, VII, 85.
notes on its odor, IX, 49.
North American entomology, a list of works on, XXIV.










North Carolina laws against injurious iXnts, XIII, 24.
Norway and Sweden, insects of, IX, 79.
Notolophus leuicostigiia. See Orgyia.t
Nvius cardlinalis, introduced, into Portugal, XVIII, 30.
Nurseries, inspection of, II, 13.
legislation for, VI, 63.
Nursery question and San Jose scair, III, 71.
' N vius anigustatus, imistakei for the chinch b1lig, XV, 64.
californicus, injurioius to lettuce, XVIII, 101.
Oberea bimiaculata, boring in apple and witch hazel, IX, 43.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
ocellata, injuries by, XIX, 98.
Ociieria I ispar = Porthetria d ispar.
Oolltocera dorsalis, in timothy, XVII, 45.
Odontota dorsalis,-abumdawe in Maryland, VI, 66.
damage by, in Ohio, VI, 68.
feeding on llerbaceous plailts, IX, 22.
injurious to apple, XX, 63.
O(dylvierus tigris, note on, XXX, 84.
Elemiageiia taranli, bot fly of reiiinldeer, V, 105.
'Estris Ihoniiiis. attacks on man, V, 112.
early notices of, V, 111.
ovis, illjury to sheep, V, 102.
preventtion and ren ed ies, V, 105.
O(hio, illnsects of, XX, 68.
laws against injurious ili.sects, XIII, 27.
Olfersia albipeniis, on herons, V, 137.
americana, on owls, V, 137.
arldea., on herons, V, 137.
brunnea, iexi cana, propiiqila, anil sulcifrois, notice of, V, 137.
Oligia grata, on violets, XXVII, 81.
Oligotrophus alopecuri, work of, in G(ermiiany, IX, 79.
Ollitliella cristicola, a ,all-makig coccid, VII, 7C.
Omorga columbiaia, parasite of Ephestia kueluiiella, XX, 67.
frumlentaria, parasite of Ephestia cahiritella, VIII, 43.
Plodia interpunctella, VIII, 41.
Tinea graella, VIII, 43.
O ,phale livida, parasite of Ceuthorhynchus rape, XXIII, 49.
Monoptilota nubilella, XXIII, 16.
Oncidleres ariputat,,r, food habits of, XVIII, 100.
putator, injurious to iesIuiiite, XXII, 94.
Oncophorus ad'veia, host of, V, 236.
minutes, host of, V, 230.
Oiectra distinct, injuring yuiwn plum trees, IX, 43.
(Oniscus, remedy for, XVIII, 98.
O.)'iicyvrtus anas;v, parasite of A nasa tristis, XIX, 26.
Spluion pbifoveolatutn, parasite of white grub, XIX, 79.
Orchelintum ag'le, damage by, in Mississippi, XXX, 30.
Orcus australasiie, imp,,rtation of, in South Africa, IX, 37.
preying on San Jose scale, III, 53.
cweruleus, killing Dactylopius citri, XVIII, 100.
chalybieus, preying on Sa. Jose. scale, III, 53.
Oregon laws against injurious inserts, XIII, 29.
wash, experiments with, against San Jose scale, III, 70.







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Oreouera glauca, boring in sweet orange t:ees in Jamaica, VII, 85.
Orgilus minellipes, parasites of Elasmopalpl)us lignosellus, XXIII, 21.
Orgyia antiqua, injuring larch in Norway, IX, 80.
leucostigma, abundant in Baltimore, XX, 65; XXVI, 83.
Ohio, XVII, 100.
injurious in New York, XVII, 17, 20.
in Kansas, XXII, 103.
New England, II, 46.
parasites of, IX, 15.
Ormenis pruinosa, habits of, XXII, 98.
Ornithobius cygni, host of, V, 236.
parasite of the white swan, V, 202.
goniopleurus, host of, V, 236.
Ornithodorus americanus, mention of, V, 256.
savignyi, notes on, XXVI, 47.
Ornithomyia nebulosa, on owls, V, 137.
pallida, on Sylvia sialis, V, 137.
Orsodachna atra, feeding on pear and cherry, IX, 20.
Orthomorpha gracilis, on violets, XXVII, 82.
Orthoptera, abundant in Florida after cold and frosts, IX, 19.
Oscinis frit, damage to oats in Norway, IX, 79.
Oxycarenus hyalinipennis, damage by, in Egypt, XXII, 100.
Oxyptilus tenuidactylhis, on blackberry in Ohio, XX, 71.
Pachyneuron altiscuta, parasite on plum scale, II, 90.
of Pulvinaria acericola, XXII, 23.
Paleacrita vernata, in Ohio, VI, 66; IX, 41.
New York, VI, 56.
Papabotte, food habits of, XXX, 93.
Papilio cresphontes, variation in development, IX, 43.
trolius, variation in development, IX, 43.
Parasites, carrying contagious disease, V, 19.
distribution of, V, 17.
effect of, on the host, V, 18.
from South Africa, XXVI, 19.
in general, life histories of, V, 14.
list of animal, according to hosts, V, 286.
literature of animal, V, 288.
losses due to animal, V, 20.
popular notions about, V, 21.
preventive measures against animal, V, 277.
remedies for animal, V, 24, 279.
Parasitic and predaceous insects, value of, against San Jose scale, III, 54.
habit, origin of, V, 16.
insects, grouping of, V, 11.
Parasitismn, results of, V, 16.
Paris green, experiments with, VI, 33.
poisoning a tree, IX, 25.
Parlatoria pergandei, in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
zizyphus, in Georgia, XXVI, 51.
Paromalus estriatus, feeding on Leptocoris trivittatus, XXII, 103.
Parthenogenesis in Emphytus canadensis, XXVII, 33.
Pasimachus punctulatus, killing Anisodactylus verticalis, XXII, 103.
Pedicinus eurygaster, longiceps, and breviceps, mention of, V, 168.
Pediculoides ventricosus, feeding on Cicada eggs, XIV, 103.








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Pedicilo ides ventric i ,is, attachedl to Bruchus ch'iiiisis, VIII, 27.
feeling an larvae of Fidiaviticida. VII ".
' Pediciulus capitati.-, Iarasite of anll, V, 166.
o.1onsolriiius, parasite of the alpe, V, 1is.
vestimnenti, parasite of man, V, 167.
Pelecinus l)olyturator, parasite of white grub, XIX, 79.
Pemphigus acerifolii, abillndant, in Mlarylandl, XX, 64; XXVI, s:8.
P.nnsyvlvania laws against injuriious insects, XIII, 30.
Penthina chionesema, in Delaware, XXVI, 68.
evanana, injuring ro:es, XXVII, 87.
nimbatana, account of, XXVII, 83.
Pentilia miwella, wprevini on San J4ose scale, III, 52.
rare in Ohio, XX, 73.
transporting larvae of San Jose scale, III, 50.
Peridlronma saicia, as a violet pest, XXVII, 50.
injury by, XXIX, 52.
account of, XXIX, 46.
life history, XXIX, 59.
in 1900, XXX, (69.
Perilamipus cyaneus, parasite of Helicol bia helicis, XXX, 26.
sp., blred from dead grasshoppers, VI, 92.
Perilitus ictericuis, parasite of Pyralis farinalis. VIII, 43.
Perillis claIduis, killing Coloradlo potato beetle, XXII, 1i'2.
Perillaneta aniericaia, ldaimage by, IV, 90.
anstralasi., o''urrenie in UnitedI States, IV, 91.
orientalis, alundamce in the Eastern cities, IV, 92.
Perissoipterns puilchellus. parasite of Aspidiotus forbe.i, VI, 75.
Petroleum, use of crude, XXVI, 23, 25.
experiments in using crude and refined, XXX, 33.
Phieogenes hebe, parasite of brown-tail moth, XVII, 28.
Phalangiumn venitricstis, attacking, Chalybion ceruletliiii, XXII, 103.
Phanurus tabaniv\-ortis, egg parasite of Tabanus atratus, V, 63.
llhasgonophora sulcata, Ipara-ite of Agrilus anxius, XXII, 65.
Philippines, insects from the, XXX, S3.
Philotrypesis caritc.v, a parasite of Blastophaga, XX, :12.
Phlegethontius. S.,e Protoparee.
Plilveosinus cristatus, an enemy of redwood, XXI, 7, 20.
Phlilyeta-nia ferrugalis=P. rubigalis, XXVII, 7.
rul)igalis, full account as greenhouse pest, XXVII, 7.
injuring tobacco, IX, 83.
tertialis, on grape and elderlwberry, XVIII, 82.
Phliorbia Ibrassicae, injuri0is in Canadla, XXVI, 95.
ceparum, injurious in Canada, XXVI, 95.
Pliorrocera saundersi, parasite of Peridroaiii saucia, XXIX, 61.
sp., parasite of Orgvia leucostigima, IX, 17.
Plirindi lhilnUli, compared with Myzus miahalel), VII, 52.
damage by, in New York, VI, 54.
on plum and Pajan hop in Japan, VII, 87
Phoxop)teris comptana, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
laitimage by, in Marylandl, XXVI, 81.
in Colorado, XXVI, 80.
1900. XXX, 69.
IPhthirius ingiinalis, habits and ren ,edies, V, 165.
Phvllhius pvri, attacking apples in Norway, IX, 80.








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Phyllopertha horticola, injuring grass in Norway, IX, 79.
Phyllotreta armoracia:, found in Wisconsin, IX, 21.
Phylloxera vastatrix, notes on, in California, XXVI, 93.
ravages of, in South Africa, IX, 37.
a new remedy against, XXX, 95.
Physostonmum frenatum, hosts of, V, 248.
lineatum, description and host of, V, 248.
Phytomyza chrysanthemi, work against, XXVI, 34.
Phvtolnomis nigrirostris, damage by in Canada, XXVI, 96.
punctatus, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 57.
injury by, in Maryland, IX, 80; XVII, 93; XXVI, 81.
occurrence in Canada, XXVI, 96.
spread of, in Ohio, II, 90.
Phvtophagic varieties, in Coccida--, II, 91.
Phytoptus phl(k-:ocoptes, on p)lum in Ohio, XVII, 100.
pyri, injuring pears in Norway, IX, 80.
Pieris brassicr, injuring cabbage in Norway, IX, 79
protodice, rare in Georgia, XX, 59.
in 1900, XXX, 67.
rape, abundant in Maryland, VI, 65; XX, 6S; XXVI, 82.
destructive in Georgia, XX, 59.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
in Colorado, XXVI, 79.
1900, XXX, 70.
spread of in Canada, XXVI, 95.
Pimpla conquisitor, its relations to Clisiocampa americana, XXVI, 33.
parasite of Clisiocampa americana, XVII, 77.
inquisitor, parasite of O(rgyia leucostigma,, IX, 16.
pedalis and P. tenuicornis, parasites of the gipsy moth, VI, 52.
Pionea riimoiosalis, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 55.
injuring cauliflower in Georgia, XX, 59.
in 1900; XXX, 66.
Piophila casei, life history of, IV, 103.
remedies for, IV, 104.
Plathypena scabra, account ,f, XXX, 45.
Platygaster hei rickii, parasite of Hessian fly, XVI, 35.
Platynota flavedana, on roses, XXVII, 88.
Platynus maculicollis, abundance of, in California, XXX, 90.
Platypus compositus, habits of, VII, 14.
flavicornis, mention of, VII, 15.
quadridentatus, mention of, VII, 15.
Plocamus hispidulus, on chestnut, VII, 72.
Plodia interpunctella, food habits of, IV, 1 lS.
in dried apples, XXVII, 13.
life history of, IV, 119.
parasites of, VIII, 41.
sulphur as a remedy for, XXX, 88.
Plum scale, in Ohio, II, 89.
Plusia balluca, in New York, VI, 55.
brassicae, destructive in Maryland, XVII, 94.
effect of cold winter oil, XXII, 59.
in 1900, XXX, 67.
note on, XXX, 84.
rare in Georgia XX. 59.







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Plusia 1rassi.:,. rare iin Mmarvlanld, XX, 67.
Pliutella cruiciferaruiri, abundant in Georgia, XX, 59.
in Colorado, X XVI, 79.
Podabrius rugilsus, feeding (on pea lice, XX, 98.
Podisius serieventris, feeding on browNii-tail moth, XVII, 2S.
spinsus, killing, Crioceris asparagi, XX, 71.
preying ,in Loxostege obliteralis, XXVII, 107.
Pogonomvrmex barbatus, note on, XXX, 97.
Loiisoned leaves, repugnance of larve to, VI, 42.
.olistes bellic4,,rls, preying on Laphygma fruigiperdla. XXIX, 36.
',ollenia rulis, found in houses, IV, 44.
i'olvgnotus hiemalis, parasite of IIessiai, fly, XVI, :19.
Polygonia l cmniua, dimorphisiii of, VII, 51.
life history of, VII, 50.
interrogatonis, diniorplhisii of, VII, 4-.
life history of, VII, 47.
I'olygraphisirutipeniiis, work of, in sprii'e, XXVIII, 26.
Po' hlop'p'a ;tinea, abundant in Ohio, XVII, 98. -
injurious to peach blooms, XVIII, 100.
lexana, injuring peach and plumn tree-s, XVIII, 100.
PrtlIwtriia dispar, birds tlhut ftet-d on lar\v;v of, XX, 88.
condlitinIIs of, in isMIs, XVII, 79.
in Aneriia, XI.
life history of, XI, 6.
parasites of, VI, 52.
resolutions aplproviing \ork azai-t, VI, 5:; IX, :;2.
territory iiifested by, XI, 8.
work against, II, 59; VI, 50; XX, 104.
Port(-o Rico. inistcts of, XXII, 88.
Praon cerasa1 his, parasite of Nectarophora destructor, XX III, 36.
Prioniiiids cristatis, inll 1900, XXX, 70.
Prodtleia c'omiinelimn;t-, account of, XXVII, 59.
eudiopta, account of, XXVII, 71.
Hla\imedia, equal P. enuliqita, XXVII, 71.
littralis, injury of, in Egypt, XXII, 99.
,irnitlogalli. acc(iunt of, XXVII, 64.
in 1900, XXX, 67.
Piopolis, I, 24.
Prospalta aurantii, parasite of Aspidiotus forbesi, VI, 75.
murtfeldti, parasite of Aspidiotus forliesi, VI, 75.
Proteopteryx deludanma, injutiring pecan buds, XVIII, 99.
Proteoteras ;escilaria, \vork of, in Canada, XXVI, 9,.
Protoparce carilim a, con',il',n in Georgia, XX, 59.
effect of cold winter on, XXII, 59.
in Porto Rico, XXII, s9.
1900, XXX, 67.
ijiuriiuis ti tolbicco in Mairylaliid, IX, 81.
life history of, XVII, 72.
celeus, in 1900, XXX, 67.
Psallus dlelicatus, on cotton in Texas, XVIII, 101.
Pseui(_coCCIIs aceris, ilamage by, in Ohio, XXVI, 90.
in Massachusetts, XVII, 61.
Sl)ringfield, Mass., II, 45.
life lhistory, II, 45.








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Pseudococcus aceris, means against, II, 46.
Pseudosphinx tetrio, injurious to shade trees in Pprto Rico, XXII, 90.
Psila rosae, injuring carrots, parsley, and celery in Norway, IX, 79.
Psoroptes communis, var. ovis, description and life history, V, 268.
parasite of sheep, V, 266.
Psydrus piceus, habits and odor of, IX, 53.
Psylla mali, attacking apples in Norway, IX, 80.
pyricola, abundant in Maryland, XX, 64.
Psvlliodes punctulata, feeding on rhubarb, IX, 22.
Pteromalus calandrpe, parasite of Calandra, VIII, 43.
pallipes, parasite of Hessian fly, XVI, 33.
puparum, in 1900, XXX, 70.
vanessae, parasite of Polygonia comma, VII, 51.
interrogatonis, VII, 49.
Pteronus ribesii, damage by, in Maryland, XXVI, 82.
effect of cold'winter on, XXII, 57.
injuring currants and gooseberries in Norway, IX, 80.
serious pest in Maryland, XX, 64.
Ptinus brunneus, food habits of, IV, 128.
fur, food habits of, IV, 127.
Pulex avium, notice of, V, 147..
S bruneri, onzspermophiles, V, 149.
coloradensis, on chickaree, V, 149.
fasciatus, on rats and mice, V, 148.
gigas, notice of, V, 152.
gilletti, from red squirrel, V, 149.
goniocephalus, notice of, V, 152.
hirsutus, on prairie dog, V, 149.
howardi, on squirrels, V, 148.
ignota=Typhlopsylla americana.
inwequalis, on rabbits, V, 153.
irritans, habits of, V. 147.
longispinus, on chickaree, V, 149.
montanus, from large gray squirrels, V, 149.
sciurorum, on squirrels, V, 148.
serraticeps, habits of, V, 150.
life history of, IV, 25; V, 151.
remedies for, IV', 29; V, 151.
simulans, on opossum, V, 146.
wickhami, from flying squirrel, V, 149.
Pulvinaria acericola, account of, XXII, 16.
distinct from P. innumerabilis, XVII, 57.
in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
amygdali, in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
innumerabilis, abundant in New York, XVII, 22.
account of, XXII, 8.
in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
maclurTe, in Georgia, XXVI, 52.
Pyralis costalis, infesting grape leaves, XVII, 99.
farinalis, damage by, in Manitoba, XXVI, 96.
habits of, IV, 120.
life history of, IV, 120.
parasites of, VIII, 42.
Yyrausta ferruga lis= Phi vctenia rubigalis.







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P'rrhia umbra, eating rosebuds, XVII, 100.
Quarantine against insects, II, 12.
duty of entomologists, XVII, 9.
in Riverside, Cal., XXII, 87.
Queens, bee, care of, I, 87.
mailing of, I, 92.
rearing of, I, 87.
Rasahus biguttatus, habits of, XXII, 27.
thoracicus, habits of, XXII, 28.
Raupenleimi, value and application of, II, 31.
Reduvius personatus, habits of, XXII, 24.
Redwood, not attacked by Termites, XXX, 95.
Resin wash, against San Jose scale, III, 58, 59.
experiments with, against San Jose scale, III, 68.
use and value of, IX, 56.
Rhiphistoma leporis, parasite of rabbit, V, 261.
Rhipicephalus decoloratus, notes on, XXVI, 45.
evertsi, notes on, XXVI, 46.
Rhizobius dehilis, doubt as to occurrence in California, VI, 48.
feeding on San Jose scale, III, 54.
lophantai, number in California, VI, 47.
ventralis, feeding on San Jose scale, III, 54.
value of, VI, 47.
in California, XXVI, 91.
Rhodobxmnus 13-punctatus, habits of, XXII, 104.
Rhopalosiphum dianthi, on violets, XXVII, 79.
viohe, affecting violets, XXVII, 42.
in Maryland, XXVI, 81.
Rhopobota vacciniana, a probable remedy for, XX, 53.
Rhynchites bicolor, injuring roses, XXVII, 9R.
Rhynchoprium spinosum, mention of, V, 256.
Rh vssemiatus palmacollis, reare(l from galls on Ipomn-ia. XVII, 100.
Rose leaf-beetle=Nodonota puncticollis.
Rossing, of trees, VI, 50.
Salt, lime, and sulphur solution, against San Jose scale, 11I, 57, 58.
Sannina exitiosa, in Coloradlo, XXVI, 78.
pacifica, notes on, in California, XXVI, .
Saperdla candida, gnawing young apples, VI, 68.
vestita, on linden in Ohio, XXVI, 89.
Sarcophaga assidua, parasite of Melanoplus differentialis, XXX, 25.
carnaria, habits of, V, 121.
cimibicis, bredl fromn deal grasshoppers, VI, 92.
hunter, parasite of Melanoplus differentialis, XXX, 25.
sarracenidr, bred from lead grasshoppers, VI, 92.
l)arasite of Melaniplus differentialis, XXX, 2;
sp., bred from dead grasshoppers, VI, 92.
Sarcopsvlhla galli nacea, hal bits of, V, 144.
p)enetrans, habits and remedies, V, 142.
Sarcoptes cati, itch mite of cat, V, 271.
levis, men ti, -i of, V, 274.
nutans, itch mite of fiwls, V; 272.
scabiei, itch mite of man, V, 2O9.
Scale insects. Sr'i' Coccidw.
Scarites subtetrraninens, preying on Perid ro nia salicia, XXIX, 62.








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Scatophaga furcata, liable to carry disease, XXX, 44.
Scelio hyalinipennis, bred froi Melanoplus differentials, XXX, 23.
fedipode, bred from Melanoplus differentialis, XXX, 23.
Scepsis fulvicollis, injurious in Wyoming, XVIII, 99.
Scheele's green, experiments with, VI, 30.
Schistocerca americana, effect of cold winter on, XXII, 56.
damage by, in Mississippi, XXX, 27.
in 1900, XXX, 68.
obscura, damage by, in Mississippi, XXX, 27.
Schizoneura americana, abundant on white elm in Colorado, IX, 78.
lanigera, damage by, in Colorado, XXVI, 78.
increase of, in Ohio, II, 91.
notes on life history of, XVII, 70; XVIII, 78.
worse in Virginia than San Jose scale, XVII, 43.
Sciara inconstans, account of, XXVII, 108.
Scolytid injuring vinegar barrels, XVII, 47.
Scolytus Ipreceps, an enemy of fir, XXI, 26.
4-spinosus, damage by, VI, 79.
rugulosus, attacking healthy trees, XIX, 96.
common in Georgia, XX, 58.
damage in Maryland, VI, 65; XXVI, 82.
*sp., destructive to white fir, XXI, 16.
unispinosus, an enemy of red fir, XXI, 16, 21.
work of, II, 35, 77.
Screw-worm =Compsomyia macellaria.
Scutellista (yanen, establishment of, in California, XXVI, 16.
introduced into this country, XVII, 13.
Scutigera forceps, distribution of, IV, 48.
food habits of, IV, 49.
poison of, IV, 50.
remedies for, IV, 50.
Scvmnus lophanthae, feeding on ,San Jose scale, III, 53.
marginicollis, mistaken for Rhizobius debilis, VI, 48.
Sejus auris, mention of, V, 255.
Selandria cerasi, called pear-tree Ipsylla" in British (Columbia, VII, 84.
vitis, in Ohio, XX, 71.
Semiotellus destructor, in Iowa, VI, 80.
Sesamia nonagrioides, in sugar cane, XVIII, 90.
Sesia rutilans, account of, XXIII, 85.
til)uliformis, abundant in Colorado, XXVI, 78.
Shade-tree insects, II, 40.
Signophora nigrita, parasite of Aspidiotus forbesi, VI, 75.
Silpha opaca, injuring cabbage in Norway, IX, 79.
Silvanus abeillei, mention of, VIII, 11.
bicornis, notes on the distinctness of, VIII, 10.
denticollis, mention of, VIII, 11.
fauveli, mention of, VIII, 11.
gossypii, description and food habits of, VIII, 12.
mercator, occurrence of, in this country, VIII, 12.
surinamensis, food habits of, IV, 121.
life history of, IV, 122.
notes on, XX, 67.
Simulium canescens, notice of, V, 57.
(Columbatzense, habits of, V, 38.







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Simuliuni Ineridioiiale, life history of, V, 52.
Iinlafls a;gaint-N, V 54.
moleh'stinln, halbits of, V, 40.
occidentale, habits of, V, 55.
q1l'niattumii, hlabits of, V, NI)i
pectliiarilii, and overflows, V, 50.
area infected by, V, 42.
early account of, V, 41.
effect of bite, V, 44.
life history and habits, V, 44.
losses occasioned by, V, 43.
remedies for, V, 49.
pictipes, notice of, V, 58.
piscicidiiunii, habits of, V, 56.
rivulare, notice of, V, 57.
sp., notice of, V, 58.
spp., rarity of, in New York, VI, 55.
venustuni, notice of, V, 57.
Siphlinophora ac.hyranites =-1'M'zu.s inahaleb.
avenwt, in Ohio, II, 90.
Sitidlrepa palicea, damage by, in South Afri.a, IX, 37.
damaging boots, VII, 85.
food hal)its of, IV, 124.
Sitotroga cerealella, cciin(inH in Marvyland, XVII, 94.
infesting barley, IX, 26.
in various cereals, IV, 129.
Penlisylvaniia, XXX, 86.
Smneltiiing works, beetles near, XXX, 97.
Siiilia iwisella=Pentilia.
Snipe flies, blood-sucking species, V, 71.
Soap, hard laundry, experinlelits with, against Saili Jose scale, III, 68.
Soapls as insecticides, IX, 54.
South Africa, some injurious insects of, IX, 34.
S alangia. rugicollis, parasite of Pyralis faritialis, VIII, 42.
Spartocera fusca, injurious in Portio Rico, XXII, 90.
Spafhins simillimus, parasite of Agrilus 1ii neat us, VII, 71.
Sperniiphagus pectoralis, notes on, XXIII, 37.
Spha.r )phoria cylindrica, feeding on Nectarophora destructor, XX. 97; XXVI, 71.
Sphecius nevadensis, iattackinig cod,,liig-moth larvae in pears, VII, 84.
Spheni ipliortis parvulus, effect of coi dl winter on, XXII, 5S.
sculptilis, injuring timothy roots, XVII, 45.
outb)reak of, in Ohio, XXVI, 86.
sexguttat us, injury by, in Porto Ri-o, XXII, 89.
Sphinx catalphi, iuniusually niumerous in i[arvlaild, XX, 65.
Spidles, use of in wilie cellars, VII, 82.
Spilhmm a virgi.ica, inijlirii, oni,4iis in (Gemrtia, XX, 59.
Massalchilusetts, XX, 60.
on vit'lets, XXVII, 81.
Sporotrichum globuliferuni, a,:aiiist the chinili 1bugr. 1I, 87; VI, 19:; XV, 41.
Spraying without a pump, II, 28S.
Spruce bark beetles, notts on, XVII, 67.
insects affecting, XXVIII.
girdling of trees, XXVIII, 31.
SlUiit rels, insectivoriius liauliti of, XXX, 94.








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Stagmomantis carolina, an enemy to bees, XXII, 108.
Steam and superheated water as insecticides, IX, 62.
Steganoptycha sp., damage by, in Delaware, XXVI, 69.
Stenomacra marginella, enemy of figs in Mexico, XXX, 93.
Stomoxys calcitrans, found in houses, IV', 43.
habits of, V, 122.
liable to carry disease, XXX, 43.
Strategus anteus, injury by, in Alabama, XXII, 105.
Strebla vespertilionis, notice of, V, 140.
Sturmia distinct, parasite of the bagworm, IX, 42.
Sugar-cane insects in Reunion, XXX, 82.
Sulphide of soda wash against San Jose scale, III, 58.
Swarming, methods of, I, 95.
prevention of, I, 101.
Symphoromyia sp., sucking blood, V, 71.
Syromastes marginatus, injuring rhubarb inll Norway, IX, 79.
Syrphus americanus, feeding on Aphis minali, XXVI, 68.
pea lice, XX, 97; XXVI, 71.
Schizoneura, IX, 79.
Systena blanda, account of, XXIII, 22.
effect of cold winter on, XXIII, 58.
injurious to pear, XX, 63.
work of, in Maryland, XXVI, 83.
frontalis, on sugar beets in New York, XX, 60.
t-eniata, relation of, to S. blanda, XXIII, 23.
work of, in Ohio, II, 87.
Tabanid&e, remedy for, XX, 24.
Tabanus annulatus, notice of, V, 66.
atratus, life history of, V, 61.
bovinus, notice of, V, 68.
costalis, habits and life history of, V, 65.
lineola, habits of, V, 63.
life history of, V, 64.
molestus, notice of, V, 68.
stygius, habits and life history, V. 67.
Tachardia lacca, mention of, IX, 38.
larrea, use of, IX, 38.
species of, in North America, IX, 39.
Tachina mella, parasite of Orgyia leucostigma, IX, 16.
Telenomrnus graptar, oviposition of, XXVI, 32.
parasite of Polygonia interrogatonis, VII, 49.4
Telephorus obscurus, attacking apples in Norway, IX, 80.
Temelucha macer, parasite of Hellula undalis, XXIII, 60.
Temperature control of scale insects, XX, 73.
effect on hibernation of insects, IX, 18.
household insects, VI, 13.
influence of, on chinch bugs, XV, 38.
Tenebrio molitor, habits of, IV, 117.
life history of, IV, 116.
obscurus, characters of, and damage by, IV, 117.
experiments with cold on, VI, 16.
larve in soda ash, VII, 81.
Tenebroides corticalis, predaceous on Liopus variegatus, VII, 72.
mauritanicus, habits of, IV, 122.









Teiielbroiides ii auritanictus, note. on, XX, 67.
Teras iiiuta, injuring cranberries, XX, 55.
Termies flavipes, damage to books and papers, IVX, 74.
buildings and furniture, IV, 74.
eating into cornstalks, XXVI, 36.
habits of, IV, 71.
injuring geraniuiiis, VI, 68.
injurious in Baltimore, XVII, 92.
life history of, IV, 72.
protection against, IV, 75.
lucifugus, in America, IV, 73.
Termites, not attacking redwood, XXX, 0.5.
in Mexico, XXX, 96.
Tersestihes to)rrens, affecting horses, V, 30.
Tetramiorium cwcspitumn, in houses, IV, 98.
killing white grub, XIX, 79.
Tetranychlus bimaculatus, injuring violets, XXVII, 35.
ccucumneris, XXVII, 37.
sp., injuring pine in Norway, IX, 80.
telarius, injuring roses in Norway, IX, 80.
Tetrapes femoratus, oviposition of, in forest trees, IX, 76.
Tetropiumin cinnai mopternim, work of, in spruce, XXVIII, 27.
Tettigonia circillata, injurious to the vine in California, XXVI, 94.
Thanasinms nubilus, preying on Dendroctoinus lpicaplerda, XXVIII, 24.
Therioplectes cinctus, notice of, V, 69.
Theronia fulvescens, l)arasite of Neophasia hienapia, VII, 78.
Orgyia leucostigma, IX, 16.
Piiiipla conquisitor, XXVI, 33.
Thrips tabaci, abundance of, in Ohio, XXVI, 86.
damage by, in Georigia, XX, 59.
destroyed by a gregarious parasite, XX, 60.
very abundant. in Ohio, XX, 69.
tritici, injuring plums in Florida, XVIII, 101.
Thyridopteryx ep)hemeraformis, danae by, in Maryland, XX, 65; XXVI, 84.
spreading northward in Ohio, IX, 42.
unusual abui(lance in Ohio, VI, 67.
Ticks, notes on South African, XXVI, 41.
Tinea biselliella=Tineola.
cloacella, note on, VIII, 35.
defectella, bred froi. a fungus, VIII, 35.
fuscipunctella, food habits of, VIII, 35.
granella, history of, in America, VIII, 32.
parasites of, VIII, 43.
pallesceniitella, mention of, VIII, 35.
pellionella, habits and life history of, IV, 65.
sp., bred from meal and refuse, VIII, 35.
Yucca poils, VIII, 35.
tapetzella=Trichophaga.
Tineola biselliella, effect of alternation of temiperature on, IX, 19.
experiments with cold on, VI, 15.
habits of, I V, 66.
Tipula oleracea, injuring cabbage in Norway, IX, 79.
Titanio octonalis, on Onos1moliun4 carolinianulrn, XXII, 103.
Tmetocera ocellana, rare in Delaware, XXVI, 69.








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Tmetocera ocellana, scarcity of, in New York, VI, 54.
Tomicus cacographus, abundant on a spruce, VII, 73.
pini, destructive to lodgepole pine, XXI. 16.
Tortricid, feeding on apples, VI, 70.
Tortrix albicomana, on roses, XXVII. 88.
citrana, in California, XVIII, 99.
Tranes sp., injurious to (Cycads, VII, 85.
Tree Protection League, notice of, II, 47.
Tribolium conifusum, damagee to stored foods, IV, 113.
life history of, IV', 114.
note, on, XX, 67.
ferrugineutnm, notes on, IV, 115.
madlens, in flour, IX, 85.
Trichius piger, on rose, XXVII, 100.
Trichobaris trinotata, damage in Maryland, VI, 65.
on eggplants, IX, 81.
prevalent in Maryland, XXVI, 83.
Trichohius dugesii, parasite on a bat, V, 139.
Trichodectes breviceps, parasite of the llama, V, 204.
(castoris, description and host of, V, 241.
climax, host of, V, 237.
parasite of the goat, V, 204.
crassus, host o(f, V, 237.
equi, parasite of horses, mules, and asses, V, 207.
geomydis, d(escrilption and host of, V, 239.
latus, host of, V, 236.
parasite of the dog, V, 203.
limbatus, host of, V, 237.
i parasite of Angora goat, V, 206.
mephitidis, description and hosts of, V, 242.
parallels, description and host of, V, 240.
parumpilosus, host of, V, 238.
parasite of horses, V, 208.
pilosus, hosts of, V, 239.
pinguis, parasite of the bear, V, 204.
retusus, hosts of, V, 237.
scalaris, host of, V, 238.
parasite of cattle, V, 209.
setosus, host of, V, 239.
spherocephalus, host of, V, 237.
parasite of sheep, V, 206.
subrostratus, host, of, V, 237. a
parasite of the cat, V, 203.
tibialis, host of, V, 2410.
Trichogramma l)retiosa, parasite of eggs of codling c i m(itli, VI, 70
Trichophaga tapetzella, habits of, IV, 67.
Trichopoda pennipes, parasite of Anasa tristis, XIX, 26.
Trinoton conspurcatum, parasite of goose and swan, V, 213.
lituratum, hosts of, V, 248.
parasite of geese, V, 214.
luridum, hosts of, V, 248.
parasite of ducks, V, 213.
minor, description and host of, V, 248.
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Triplileps insidiosus, enmny of c li ,d1U:. XV, 53.
Trogoderma ornatum, eating dry pop corn, VIII, 14; XVI 1. 99.
sp., feeding on flaxseeds, .aLstor btans,, silkworm ic, in ,.-. awld ,l,,er
seed, II, 37.
sternale, feeding on seed'l, VIII, 21.
tarsale, experiments with (.ild on, VI, 16.
in various foods. II, 37; IV, 129; VIII, 19.
Trombidiuin locustarum, parasite of MeAlan, plus 1bivittatus. VI, 67.
diffeiventialis. XXX. 22.
miagnificumi, al)undant in Arizona, VII, 87.
Trunk and crown washing against elm leaf-beetle, futility of, VI, 36.
Tsetse fly=Glossina morsitans.
Turkey gnat=Siniuliuu meri1dionale.
Twine, insects injuring. XXX, 94.
Typhlilocyba conies. notes on California. XXVI, ',3.
rosat, injuring roses in Norway, IX, SO.
Typihlopsylla americana, oil pocket gopher, V, 154.
assimilis, on mole, V, 153.
octactenis, hexactenus, peiita,'ten.-1, dictenus, mention of, V, 155.
unipectinata, inusculi, 4atucasia, gracilis, alpine, andl fraterna, mention
of, V, 155.
Typophorus canellus, on strawberries, IX, s2.
transporting larvae of San Jose scale, III, 50.
Tyroglyphus, remedies for, IV, 102.
longior, infesting food, IV, 101.
siro, infesting food, IV, 101.
sp., in nuts from Japan, IX, 43.
F'ranotes melinus, feeding mn lima beans, IX, 83.
Irographis fasciatus, boring in chestnltit, VII, 71.
Utah laws against injurious insets. XIII, 3:2.
Valgus canaliculatus, injuring buds of fruit trees, VI, (is.
Vanessa antiopa, abundant in New York, XX, 60.
Vernacular names of insects, XVII, 90.
Vespa germanica, habits of, IV, 56.
Virginia laws against San Jose scale, XIII, 33.
Warbles, in man, V, 91.
Warble flies, extent and manner of injury, V, 88.
life history and habits, V, 91.
loss'in milk and beef from their attacks, V, s .,
on hides, V, 88.
remedies against, V, 93.
species of; V, 87.
Washington laws against injurious insects, XIII, 34.
Wax, I, 25, 84.
Weather, the effect of, on insects, XXII, 51; XXX, ti:;.
Wehworms abundant in West Virginia, VI, 72.
WVhale-oil soap, experiments with, against San Jse sc:alde, III, 67.
value of, VI, 40.
White grubs abundant in Ohio, XX, 68.
injuring greenhouse plants, XXVII, 74.
parasites of, XIX, 79.
remedies for, XIX, 79.
Whitewash, experiments with, XXX. 3,s.





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Winter washes, experiments with, against San Jose scale, III, 67. :
value of, against San Jose scale, III, 61. ,
WIVinthemi a quadripustu I ata, parasite of Laphygma frugiperda, XX III, 84; XXIX, 35.
Peridroma saucia, XXIX, 62. '
Wireworms, injuring oats, XVII, 101. -
violets, XXVII, 77.
Works on North American entomology, a list of, XXIV.
Xyleborus affinis, mention of, VII, 20.
celsus, habits of, VII, 24.
(lispar, abundance of, in England, IX, 26.
habits of, VII, 22.
fuscatus, habits of, VII, 21.
inermis, mention of, VII, 20.
obesus, habits of, VII, 23.
perforans, habits of, VII, 21.A
pini, mention of, VII, 20. .
planicollis, mention of, VII, 20.
propinquus, mention of, VII, 20.
pubescens, boring in wine casks, VII, 85.
habits of, VII, 19.
pyri=dispar.
retusicollis, mention of, VII, 20.
saxeseni=xylographus.
tachygraphus, boring in box elder, redbud, tulip tree, maple, beech and
sumac, VII, 79.
habits of, VII, 23.
xylographus, habits of, V'II, 24.
Xylina cinerea, injuring apples in western New York, VII, 84.
outbreak of, in New York, XVII, 21.
laticinerea, outbreak of, in New York, XVII, 21.
Xvlococcus betulie, on birch, XVIII, 13.
Xylocriusagassizii, notes on, XXIII, 90.
Xylonomus rileyi, parasite of Xylotrechus colonus, VII, 72.
Xyloryctes satyrus, injury to ash in Virginia, XXII, 105.
Xyloterus bivittatus, an enemy of tide-land spruce, XXI, 21.
distribution of, VII, 28.
politus, habits of, VII, 28.
retusus, habits of, VII, 29.
scabricollis, mention of, VII, 29.
Xylotrechus colonus, bred from seasoned hickory, XVII, 46.
on chestnut, VII, 72. *A
Zophodia convolutella, injuring gooseberries in Norway, IX, 80.






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