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BULLETIN No. 24-NEW SERIES.


DEPARTMENT


OF AGRICULTURE,


DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY.


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WORKS ON NORTH AMERICAN ENTOMOLOGY.


COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE ENTOMOLOGIST, FOR THE
USE OF STUDENTS AND OTHER WORKERS, AS WELL AS FOR
THOSE ABOUT TO BEGIN THE COLLECTING
AND STUDY OF INSECTS.

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY,
lFash'iqton, LI. C., July .5, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith the manuscript of a bul-
letin for which there has been much demand among workers in ento-
mology, and the publication of which I recommend under the title,
Bulletin No. 24, new series, "A List of Works on North American
Entomology."
Respectfully, L. 0. HOWARD,
.Entomolog ist.
Hon. JAMES WILSON,
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A LIST OF WORKS ON NORTH AMERICAN ENTOMOLOGY.



COMPREHENSIVE WORKS MOST USEFUL FOR THE STUDY OF
NORTH AMERICAN INSECTS.

THOMAS SAY.-Complete writings on the entomology of North
America; edited by J. L. LeConte. New York, 1859.
Principally descriptions of new species; contains a glossary to entomological
terms. Now out of print.
J. H. COMSTOCK.-A manual for the study of insects. Ithaca, Corn-
stock Publishing Company, 1895. Price, $4.50.
Almost, indispensable to the student.
A. S. PAcKARD.-Guide to the study of insects. New York, Henry
Holt & Co. Price, $5. Many editions. (First edition, Salem,
1869.)
A. S. PACKARD.-A text-book of entomology. New York, The Mac-
nmillan Company, 1898. Price, $4.50.
Especially valuable for anatomy and morphology.
ALPHEUS HYATT and J. M. ARMS.-Insecta. No. VIII, Guides for
science teaching. Boston, D. C. Heath & Co., 1890. Price, $1.25.
A handy volume for the teacher.
H. C. C. BURMEISTER.-Handbuch der Entomologie. Berlin, 1832-
1855. 5 vols. Vol. I. Allgemeine Entomologie.
The first volume treats of general entomology; Vol. II, part 1, of the Hemip-
tera; part 2, of Orthoptera; part 3, of Neuroptera; the remaining volumes
of Coleoptera.
The first volume has been translated by W. E. Shuckard, under the title,
Manual of Entomology. 1 vol. London, 1836.
J. 0. WESTWOOD.-An introduction to the modern classification of
insects, founded on the natural habits and corresponding organi-
zation of the different families. 2 vols. London, 1839-40.
W. KIRBY and W. SPENCE.-An introduction to entomology. 4 vols.
London, 1815-1826. Several later editions, some in two
volumes.
Contains a vast amount of interesting matter on the habits of insects.
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DAVID SHARP.-The Cambridge Natural History; Insects. 2 volt.:
vol. 1, 1895; vol. 2, 1899. London, Macmillan & Co. Price, 17
shillings per volume.
A most interesting work on insects.
H. J. KoLBZ.-Einffihrung in die Kenntnis der Insekten. Berlin,
1893.
Esipecially valuable for morphology.
J. KCNCKEL D'HERCULAIS.-'Les Insectes, les Myriopodes, et lee
Arachnides. Edition franchise, A. E. Brehm, Merveilles de Is
Nature. 2 vols. Paris, 1883.
vrv valuable for habits of insects.
THiE STANDARD NATURAL HisTorY.-Edited by J. S. Kingsley. Bos-
ton, 18;4-85.
Volume II contains the insects, treated by the following authors: Hyme.
noptera, J. II. Comstock and L. 0. Howard; Coleoptera, Geo. Dim-
mock; Lepidoptera, H. Edwards and C. H. Fernald; Diptera, S. W.
lVillistmn; Orthoptera, C. V. Riley; Hemiptera, P. R. Uhler; Neurop-
tern, A. S. Packard; Arachnida, J. H. Emerton.
BIoLOGIA CENTRALI-AMERICANA.-Edited by1 T. Ducane Godman and
Osbert Salvin. London, issued in parts. [Unfinished.]
The different subjects, as far aw published, may be secured by purchase froin
foreign book dealers.
FkRANK CowAN.-Curious facts in the history of insects. 396 pp.
Philadelphia, 186(5.
A. S. PACKARD.-Entomology for beginners. New York, Henry
Holt & Co., 1892. Price, $1.40.
C. V. RILEY.-Directions for Collecting and Preserving Insects.
Washington. D. C., 18,2. Part F of Bulletin No. 39 of the
U. S. National Museum.


BIBLIOGRAPHY.

II. A. HAGEN.-Bibliotheca Entomnologica. Die Litteratur fiber das
ganze Gebiet der Entomologie bis zum Jahre 1862. Leipzig, 1862.
0. TASCHIENBERG.-Bibliotheca Zoologica II, 1889; III, 1890. Leipzig.
Dealing with the literature of entomology from 1861 to 1880; the first vol-
unii-, utinder Carus and Engelinann, brought the subject down to 1861,
duplicating Hagen's work.
ZOOLOGICAL RECORD.-Published each year by the Zoological Society
of London.
Ill 1BOGRAPHI'A ZOOLOGICA.-Published in parts. in connection with
the Zoologischer Anzeiger.
S. 11. SCUDDmii.-Nomienclator Zoological. Bul. No. 22. U. S. National
containin a universal index t2. the nera d in zhgy down to 1880.
Lkmntains: ti universal index h~i thie genera usevd in zoology down to 1880.








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S. HENsHAw.-Bibliography of American Economlic Entomology.
Parts I-V. Literature down to July 1, 1888.
N. BANKS.-Bibliography of American Economic Entomology. Part
VI. Literature from June 30, 1888, to January 1, 1897.
CURRENT LITERATURE is catalogued in several publications, notably
Entomological News, Bulletin Soci6te Entom. d. France, and Ill.
Zeitsch. f. Entom.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INSECTS OF THE WVEST INDIES.-Rept. of Commit-
tee, Proc. Brit. Ass. Adv. Sci., 1888, pp. 1-28.


HYMENOPTERA.
I.-CA TA LOG UES.

E. T. CRESSON.-Catalogue of the described species of North Ameri-
can Hymenoptera. 1863.
E. T. CRESSON.-Catalogue of species and bibliography. Part 2 of
Synopsis of the Hymenoptera of America, north of Mexico.
Synopsis and Catalogue. Price $3. Transactions of the Am.
Entom. Soc., Supplementary volume, 1887. Philadelphia, 1887.
C. G. DE DALLA ToRRE.-Catalogus Hymenopterorum. 10 vols.
Leipzic, 1893-1900.
Vol. I, Tenthredinidae; II, Cynipidse; III, Ichneumionida?, etc.; IV, Bracon-
idae; V, Chalcididfe and Proctotrupidar; VI, Chrysididwe; VII, Formicidae;
VIII, Fossores; IX, Vespidae; X, Apidse. Each volume can be pur-
chased separately.
IL.-GENERAL WORKS ON CLASSIFICATION.
E. T. CRESSON.-Synopsis of the families and genera of the Hymen-
optera, north of Mexico, together with a catalogue of the described
species and bibliography. Transactions Am. Entom. Soc., Sup-
plementary volume, Part I, 1887.
The second part contains the Catalogue of Species and Bibliography.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-Classification of the horntails and sawflies, or the
suborder Phytophaga. W. H. AsHMEAD.-Classification of the bees, or the superfamily
Apoidea. W. H. ASHMEAD.-Superfamilies in the Hymenoptera and generic
synopses of the families Thynnidr, Myrmosida?, and Mutillidte.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-Classification of the entomophilous wasps, or the
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W. H. ASHMEAD.-Classification of the fossorial, predaceous, and par-
asitic wasps, or the superfamily Vespoidea. pp. 145-155, 185-188; etc.
W. J. Fox.-A proposed classification of the fossorial Hymenoptera
of North America. 307.

III.-MONOGRAPHS AND SYNOPSES.

TENTHREDINIDAE AND UROCERIDAE.

EDWARD NoRToN.-Catalogue of the described Tenthredinide and
Uroceride of North America. I, 1867, pp. 31-84 and 193-280; Vol. II, 1868-69, pp. 211-242 and
321-367.
Gives synoptic tables of genera and species of both families; the Uroceridie
are treated in Vol. II, pp. 349-367.
E. T. CRESSON.-Catalogue of the Tenthredinidae and Uroceridta of
North America. pp. 53--68.
A synonymical reference list of the species; the Uroceridfe are treated on
pp. 66-67.
PETER CAMERONx.-Monograph of the British Phytophagous Hymen-
optera. 2 vols. London, 1882-1885.
. Contains an arrangement of the subfamilies and genera of Tenthredinidae,
which has been reproduced by Cresson in his general work of classifica-
tion.
C. L. MARLATT.-Revision of the Nematinme of North America, a sub-
family of leaf-feeding Hymenoptera of the family Tenthredinidm.
pp. 135.
iA. D. MAcGILrvURAY.-New species of Tenthredinidke, with table of
j species of Strongylogaster and Monoctenus. pp. 324-328.
j CYN':IDn E.

C. R. OsTEN SACKEN.-On the CynipidEe of the North American oaks
and their galls. i pp. 47-72; additions and corrections, 1. c., pp. 241-259.
C. R. OSTEN SAcKEN.--Contributions to the natural history of the Cy-
nipidfe of the United States. 1863-1864. lpp. 33-49; Vol. IV. 1865, pp. 331-380; Trans. Amer.
1 Entom. Soc., Vol. III, 1870-1871, pp. 54-64.
Continuation of the foregoing paper, both containing valuable contributions
to the classification of genera and species.







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B. P. WALSH.-On Dimorphism in the Hymenopterous genus Cynips;
with an Appendix. containing hints for a new classification of Cy-
nipidie, including descriptions of several new species inhabiting
the oak galls of Illinois. 1863-1864, pp. 443-500.
GUSTAV MAYR.-Die Genera der gallenbcwohnenden Cynipiden.
<20ter Jahresbericht der Communal-Oberrealschule im I. Bezirk.
Wien, 1881.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-A bibliographical and synonymical catalogue of the
North American Cynipida?, with description of new species.
<.Trans. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. XII, 1885, pp. 291-304.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-Synopsis of the North American subfamilies and
genera of Cynipidae. 1886, pp. 59-64.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-On the cynipidous galls of Florida, with descrip-
tions of new species and synopses of the described species of North
America. 125-158.
C. P. GILLETTE.-A monograph of the genus Synergus. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1896, pp. 85-100.
EVANIIDDE.
A. SCITLETTERER.-Die Hymenopteren-Gruppe der Evaniiden. K. K. Naturh. Hofmuseums, Wien, Vol. IV (1889), Part I, pp. 107-
180; Part II, 289-338; Part III, pp. 373-546.
ICHNEUMONI DE.
EDWARD NoRTON.-Catalogue of our species of Ophion, Anomalon,
Paniscus, and Campoplex. 1863, pp. 357-368.
Synoptic arrangement of the North American genera and species of the sub-
family Ophioninae.
E. T. CRESSON.-Descriptions of North American Hymenoptera in the
collection of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia. Entom. Soc. Phila., Vol. Ill, 1864, pp. 131-196.
Consists chiefly of a synopsis of the North American species of the genus
Ichneumon.
E. T. CRESSON.-A list of the Ichneumonidpe of North America, with
descriptions of new species. 1867, pp. 289-312; Vol. H, 1868-69, pp. 89-114.
E. T. CRESSON.-Descriptions of new species belonging to the subfam-
ily Pimplariae found in America, north of Mexico. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. III, 1870-71, pp. 143-172.
Tabulates the genera Pimpla, Polysphincta, Glypta, Arenetra, Lampronota,
Xylonomus, Odontomerus, with a list of all species.
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SB. D. WALSH.-Descriptions of North American Hymenoptera [with
notes by E. T. Cresson]. |-1873, pp. 65-166.
,E. T. CRESSON.-Notes on the species belonging to the subfamily
Ichneumonides found in America, north of Mexico. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. VI, 1877, pp. 129-212.
A synopsis of the genera and species of the subfamily Ichneumoninm.
G. C. DAVIS.-A review of the Ichneumonid subfamily Tryphonine.
G. C. DAVIs.-A monograph of the tribe Bassini. Entom. Soc., 1895, pp. 17-30.
G. C. DAVIS.-Two new species of Clistopyga. pp. 198-199.
Contains table of species.

BRACONIDN,.

E. T. CREssoN.-List of the North American species of the genus
Aleiodes,Wesmael. pp. 377-382.
C. V. RILEY.-On North American Microgasters, with descriptions of
new species. T. A. MARSHALL.-Monograph of the British Braconide. Part I.
SMarshall's classification is that reproduced by Cresson in his Synopsis.
j W. H. ASHMEAD.-Synopsis of the Horminae of North America.

CHALCIDIDLE.

A. FOERSTER.-Synoptische Uebersicht der Familien und Gattungen
in den beiden Gruppen der Chalcidie Spin. und Proctotrupii Latr.
E. T. CRESSON.-Syrnopsis of the North American species belonging
to the genera Leucospis, Smicra, and Chaleis. Entom. Soc., Vol. IV, 1872-73, pp. 29-60.
L. 0. HOwARD.-Descriptions of North American Chalcididse from
the collections of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and of
Dr. C. V. Riley, with biological notes [first paper], together with
a list of the described North American species of the family.
L. 0. HOWARD.-A generic synopsis of the Hymenopterous family
SChalcidid"e. 215-219; Vol. II., pp. 33-38.




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L. 0. HOWARD.-Revisioh Of tIIW Aj.-\l11iiita 1 ,f N(rth .iAiiirica.
pp. 44.
L. 0. ITHOWARD.-On the VBothriothoracine inserts of the IUnited States.
L. 0. HOWARD.-On some American jphytophagic Eurvtoin ine.
A synopsis of Isutsonma anml allies.
W. I-. 'ASHMEAD.-A revised generic table of the Chalcidinw.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-Classification of the old fainily Chalcididw. Entom. Soc. Wash., Vol. IV (189') pp. 242-24'.
W. H. ASHnMEAD.-On the genera of the chalcid-flies belonging to the
subfamily Encyrtina'. 323-412 (1900).
W. IHI. ASHMEAD.-On the Chalcideous tribe Chiropachides. Entom., 1888, pp. 172-176.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-On the genera of the Cleonymidi&. Entom. Soc. Wash., Vol. IV (1899), pp. 200-206.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-On the genera of the Eucharidaw. Soc. Wash., Vol. IV (1899), pp. 235-242.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-A revised generic table of the Eurytominae, with
descriptions of new species. W. H. ASHIMEAD.-On the genera of the Eupelmninae. Soc. Wash.. Vol. IV (1896), pp. 4-20.
W. IHI. ASHMEAD.-A synopsis of the Spalangiinw of North America.

PROCTOTRYPIDAE.

L. 0. HOWARD.-A generic synopsis of the Hymenopterous family
Proctotrupidae. pp. 169-178.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-A monograph of the North American Proctotrv-
pide. Bul. No. 45, U. S. Nat. Museum, 1893, 463 pp., 18 pls.

CHRYSIDID4E.

EDWARD NORTON.-On the Chrysides of North America. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. VII, 1878-'79, pp. 233-242.
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S. FRANK AARON.-The North American Chrysidida. Entom. Soc., Vol. XII, 1885, pp. 209-248, PI. VI-X.
A. MocsARY.-Monographia Chrysididarum orbis terrarum universe.
Budapest, 1889, pp. 643.
FORMICIDYE (including allied families).
G. L. MAYR.-Die Formiciden der Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamer-
Sika. C. EMERY.-Beitrage zur Kenntniss der nordamerikanischen Ameisen-
fauna. <-Part I, Zool. Jahrb., Abth. f. Syst., Vol. VII, p. 633-
682 (1894); Part II, ibidd.] Vol. VIII, pp. 257-360 (1895).
MUTILLIULE.
CH. A. BLAKE.-Synopsis of the Mutilli&de of North America. Amer. Entomn. Soc., Vol. Ill, 1870-'71, pp. 217-265; Additions and
Corrections, Vol. IV, 1872-'73, pp. 71-76.
CH. A. BLAKE.-Catalogue of the Mutillidae of North America, with


descriptions of new species.
VII, 1878-'79, pp. 243-254.




CH. A. BLAKE.-Monograph of the Mutiflidte of North America.
This monograph supersedes the synopsis by the same author.


W. J. Fox.-The North American Mutillide.
Soc., 1898, pp. 219-292.




SCOLIIDE.


H. DE SAUSSURE and J. SICHEL.-Catalogus specierum generis Scolia,


Geneva, 1864.


8 vo., pp. 352, 2 pks.


SAPYGIDIE.
E. T. CRESSON.-[Synoptic table of the North American species of
Sapyga.] xx-xxi.
POMPILID2E.
E. T. CRESSON.-Notes on the Pompilidae of North America, with
descriptions of new species. I, 1867, pp. 85-150.


W. J. Fox.-The species of Pepsis
Mexico. (1897.)


inhabiting America,
Wash., Vol. IV, pp.


W. J. Fox.-The North American species of
Amer. Entom. Soc., 1892, pp. 49-63.


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SPIIECIDAP.
W. H. PArTTON.-Some characters useful in the study of Sphecidt.
Critical notes on genera and species.
F. F. KOHL.--Dic Hynmnopteiengruppe der Sphecinen. K. Naturh. Ilofmuseums, Wien, Vol. V (1890), Part 1, pp. 77-194;
Part II, pp. 317-462.
BEMBECIDY.
A. S. PACKARD.-[Sce work cited under Larridm.]
W. H. PATTON.-The American Bembecidt: Tribe Stizini. <.BuI.
U. S. Geolog. and Geogr. Survey, Vol. V, No. 3, 1879, pp. 341-
347.
W. J. Fox.-Synopsis of the Stizini of Boreal America. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1895, pp. 264-268.
W. J. Fox.-Synopsis of the Bembicini of Boreal America. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1895, pp. 351-374.
A. HANDLIRSCH.-Monographie der mit Nysson und Bembex verwand-
ten Grabwespen. 7 parts. Wien, 1887-'93, 1,150 pp., 23 pis.

LARRIDE.
A. S. PACKARD.-Revision of the Fossorial Hymenoptera of North
America. I. Crabronidar and Nyssonidie. Phila., Vol. VI, 1866, pp. 39-114 and 353-444.
This work includes revisions of the following families: Larrida, Bembecide,
Philanthide, Mimesidre, Mellinidce, Pemphredonidh, and Crabronidpe.
W. IH. PArrTTON.-List of North American Larridte. Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. XX, 1880, pp. 385-397.
Table of genera; list of, and notes on, species.
W. J. Fox.-Monograph of the North American species of Tachytes.
W. J. Fox.-The North American Larridae. Phila., 1894, pp. 467-551.

NYSSONTIDE.
A. S. PACKARD.-[See work cited under Larridze.]
E. T. CRESSoN.-Descriptions of the species belonging to the genus
Nysson, inhabiting North America. Soc., Vol. IX, 1881-'82, pp. 273-284.
A. HANDLIRSCH.-[See work cited under Bembecide.]
W. J. Fok.-Synopsis of the species of Nysson inhabiting America,
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W. J. Fox.-Synopsis of the North American Gorytes. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 1895, pp. 517-539.
W. J. Fox.-[See work cited under Mellinidse.]
PHILANTHIDE.

E. T. CREssoN.-Monograph of the Philanthide of North America.
A. S. PACKARD.-[See work cited under Larridwe.]
W. H. PATTON, Notes on the Philanthine. Hist.,Vol. XX, 1880, pp. 397-405.
E. T. CREsSON.-[Table of the North American species of the genus
Eucerceris.] v-viii.
S. N. DUNNING.-Monograph of the species of Aphilanthops inhabit-
inrg Boreal America.
MIMESIDME.

A. S. PACKARD.-[See work cited utinder Larridce.]
W. J. Fox.-The species of Psen inhabiting America, north of Mexico.

ELLINID2E.


A. S. PACKARD.-[See work cited under Larridae.]
W. J. Fox.-Studies among the fossorial Hymenoptera.
*- News, 1894, pp. 86-89; 126-128; 201-203.
Synopses of Alyson, Didineis, and Mellinus.


PEMPHREDONIDAE.


A. S. PACKARD.-[See work cited under LarridEe.]
W. J. Fox.-The North American Pemphredonidee.
Entom. Soc., 1892, pp. 307-326.




CRABRONID2E.

A. S. PACKARD.-[See work cited under Larridhe.]
W. J. Fox.-The Crabroninme of Boreal America. Entom. Soc., 1895, pp. 129-226.
W. J. Fox.-On the species of Trypoxylon inhabiting America, north
of Mexico.
MASARID3E.

HENRI DE SAUSSuRE.-Synopsis of American wasps. Solitary Wasps.
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EUITMENIDD:.

HENRI DE SAUSSUREI.-[See work just cited under Masaridac.]

VESPID4E.

HENRI DE SAUSSURE.- tudes sur la famille des Vespides. Monogra-
phic des guepes sociales on de lit tribu des Vespiens. Paris, 1853.
8vo0, pp. 256. [Separate work.]
HENRI DE SAusSURE.-Bemerkungen iiber die Gattung Vespa, beson-
ders fiber die amerikanischen Arten. Vol. XVIII, 1857, pp. 114-117.
HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Note sur les Polistes americains. Entom. France, 1857, pp. 309-314.
H. W. LEwIs.-Vespinae of the United States and Canada. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1897, pp. 169-192.

ANTHOPHILA (AndrenidaK and Apid4).

E. T. CRESSON.-A list of the North American species of the genus
Anthophora, with descriptions of new species. Entom. Soc., Vol. II, 1868-69, pp. 289-293.
E. T. CRESSON.-Catalogue of North American Apidme. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. VII, 1878-79, pp. 215-232.
A synonymical reference list of the species.
W. H. PATTON.-Generic arrangement of the Bees allied to Melissodes
and Anthophora. V, No. 3, 1879, pp. 471-479.
E. T. CRESSON.-On the North Amnerican species of the genus Nomada.
E. T. CRESSON.-On the North American species of several genera of
Apidee. E. T. CRESSON.-List of the North American species of Bombus and
Apathus. E. T. CRESSON.-On the North American species of the genus Osmia.
E. T. CRESSON.-Descriptions of New North American Hymenoptera
in the collection of the American Entomological Society. Family
Apida. 61-136, 201-214.
C. ROBERTSON.-North American bees. Descriptions and Synonyms.
C. ROBERTSON.-Synopsis of the North American species of the genus
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C. ROBERTSON.-Descriptions of new species of North American be|
Table of local Andrena..
T. D.R A. COCKERELL.-On some Panurgine and other bees. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1898, pp. 185-198.
Table of Calliopsis and Panurginus. I?


DIPTERA.
L-CA TALOGUES.

C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-Catalogue of the described Diptera of North
America. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1858. sonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. III.
C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-Catalogue of the described Diptera of North!
America. [Second edition.] Washington, Smithsonian Institu-i"
tion, 1878. This completely supersedes the first edition and contains far more than
synonymnical reference list of the North American Diptera.
ILI-GENERAL WORKS ON CLASSIFICATION.

S. W. WILLISTON.-Manual of the families and genera of North Amer-
ican Diptera. New Haven, Conn., 1896.
S. W. WILLISTON.-Bibliography of North American Dipterology;
1878-1895. A list of articles since Osten Sacken's catalogue.
F. W. MEIGEN.-Systemnatische Beschreibung der bekannten euro-
piaischen zweiflugeligen Insecten. 7 vols. Aachen und Hamm,
1818-1838.
Although only dealing with the European fauna and now antiquated and
superseded in many parts, this work is still the foundation of the
modern classification of Diptera.
C. R. W. WIEDEMANN.-Aussereuropaiische zweiflilgelige Insecten.
2 vols. Hamm, 1828-1830, with plates.
A continuation of Meigen's work, and containing descriptions of many gen-
era and species belonging to the North American fauna.
J. MACQUART.-Dipteres exotiques nouveaux ou peu connus. 2 vols.
in 5 parts and 5 supplements. Paris, 1838-1855. Soc. Sci. Arts, Lille.
Contains descriptions of many North American genera and species.
J. R. SCHINER.-Fauna Austriaca. Die Fliegen (Diptera). Nach der
analytischen Methode bearbeitet, mit der Characteristik sammt-
licher europijiseher Gattungen, der Beschreibung aller in Deutsch-
land vorkommenden Arten und der Aufzahlung aller bisher be-
schriebenen europiaischen Arten. 2 vols. Wien, 1862-1864.
Although dealing with the European fauna, this work is very useful on
account of the analytical tables of families and genera.







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H. LoEw and C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-Monographs of the Diptora of
North America. 4 parts. Washington, Smnithsonian Institution,
1862-1872. The several monographs will be found under tliv respective families.
H. LOEW.-Diptera Americhv septentrionalis indigena. 2 parts. Ber-
lin, 1861-1872. (Originally published in 10 centuriha in the
Berliner Entomol. Zeitschrift.)
Descriptions of 1,000 North American Diptera, ibut without synoptic
arrangement.
C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-Western Diptera: Descriptions of new genera
and species of Diptera from the region west of the Mississippi,
and especially from California. Survey of the.Territories, Vol. Ill, 1877, pp. 189-354.
FR. BRAUER.-Die Zweiflugler des Kaiserlichen Museums zu Wien.
Parts I-Il. Wien, 1880-1883.
Important contributions to the classification of the Diptera.
C. H. T. TOWNSEND.-The North American genera of Nemocerous
Diptera.
III.-MONOGRAPHS AND SYNOPSES.

CECIDOMYIIDE.

J. WINNERTz.-Beitrag ZuI einer Monographie der Gallmflcken.
C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-On the North American Cecidomyidwe. ographs of the Diptera of North America, by H. Loew and C. R.
Osten Sacken, Part I, No. 5, 1862, pp. 173-205.
B. D. WALSH.-On the insects, Coleopterous, Hymenopterous, and
Dipterous, inhabiting the galls of certain species of Willow. Dip-
tera. Vol. VI, 1866, pp. 223-229.
J. VON BERGENSTAMM and PAUL LoEw.-Synopsis Cecidonmyidarum.
<-Verh. k. k. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Vol. XXVI, 1876, pp. 1-104.
A synopsis of all the literature of the family.

MYCETOPHILIDE.

J. WINNERTz.-Beitrag zu einer Monographie der Pilzmiicken.
Useful for determination of genera; no American species are described.
J. WINNERTZ.-Beitrag zu einer Monographie der Sciarinen. Wien,
1867, pp. 187.







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SCULICID2E.

D. IV. COQUILLETT.-Synoptic tables of the North America mosqtd-
toes. Agric., 1900, pp. 4-7.

BLEPHAROCERIDJE.

H. LoEw.-Revision der Blepharoceridae. Entomni., neue Folge, Heft VI, Breslau, 1877.

; SIMULIID2E.

D. AV. COQUILLETT.-The buffalo gnats or black flies of the United
States. A synopsis of the Dipterous family Simuliidse. 10, new series, Div. Entom., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 66-69.

PSYCHODID.E.

N. BANKS.-Some Psychodidr from Long Island, N. Y. Entom., 1819)4, pp. 329-333.
T. KINCAID.-The Psychodida? of the Pacific coast. 1899, pp. 30-37.
TIPULID2E.

C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-New genera and species of North American
Tipulidae with short palpi, with an attempt at a new classification
of the tribe. 2 pis. 197-256.
SC. I. OSTEN SACKEN.-On the North American Tipulide (Part First).
A monograph of the North American Tipulidae brevipalpi and the sections
Cylindrotomina and Ptychopterina.
C. I1. OSTEN SACKEN.-Studies on Tipulidae. Part I, Tipulidae longi-
palpi. (ldve brevipalpi. LI. LoEw.-Table for determining the North American species of the
I genus Pachyrrhina. 513-516.
XYLOPHAGID.E.

FR. BRAVER.-Versuch einer Characteristik der Gattungen der Nota-
canthen (Ltr.), mit Rflcksicht auf die im Kaiserlichen Museum be-
findlichen von Dr. J. R. Schiner aufgestellten neuen Gattungen.
pp. 3-35.
The Notacantha Latrcille comprise the families Xylophagide and Stratio-
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S. W. WILLISTON.-On the classification of North American Diptera.
(Third paper.) Tables for distinguishing the families Stratioinyida' and Xylophagidaw and
oscillant genera; table of the genera of Xylophagidwc.

STRATIOMYIID2E.

S. W. WILLTSTON.-On the classification of North American Diptera.
(Third paper.) 152-155.
Tables of the subfamilies and genera of the family.
L. T. DAY.-The species of Odontomyia found in the United States.
C. W. JOHNSON.-A review of the Stratiomyite and OdontomyiT of
North America.
TABANID2E.

C. R. OSTEN SAcKEN.-Prodrome of a monograph of the Tabanidm of
the United States. Vol. II, 1875-1878.
\ Part I. The genera Pangonia, Chrysops, Silvius, Hemotopota, Diabasis (I. c.,
pp. 365-397). Part II. The genus Tabanus, with an Appendix and
Index (1. c., pp. 421-479). Supplement (1. c., pp. 555-560).
S. W. WILLISTON.-On the classification of North American Diptera.
(Second paper.) Contains a synopsis of the genera of Tabanidae, pp. 10-11.
S. W. WrLLISTON.-Notes and descriptions of North American Taba-
nidre. LEPTIDE.

S. W. WILLISTON.-On the classification of North American Diptera.
(Second paper.) Table of the genera of North American Leptida?.
D. W. COQUILLETT.-Synopsis of the Dipterous genus Symphoromyia.

ASILIDAE.

C. R. OSTEN SACKEN.-Western Diptera, etc. and Geogr. Survey of the Territories, Vol. III, No. 2, 1877.
Synoptical and analytical table of the Western species of Cyrtopogon, pp.
294-309.
S. W. WILLISTON.-On the North American Asilidke (DasypogoninT,
Laphrinfe), with a new genus of Syrphidae. Entom. Soc., Vol. XI, 1883, pp. 1-35, Pls. I, II.
Tabulates the genera of the subfamilies Dasypogoninae and Laphrinae, with
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i S. WV. WVILLISTON.-On the North American Asilide (Part II). Amer. Entomn. Soc., Vol. XII, 1885, pp. 53-76.
Tabulates the species of Laphria and revises the genera and species of the
su1bfamilyV Asilint', excepting the genus Asilus.
W. A. SNow.-List of Asilida, supplementary to Osten Sacken's cata-
logue of North American Diptera. IV, 18196, pp. 173-190.
D. WV. COQUILLETT.-Brief tables of several genera have been pub-
lished in the Can. Entom., 1893, pp. 20, 33, 80, 118, and 175.
D. W. COQUILLETT.-Ospriocerus.
MIDAIDRE.

A. GERSTAECKER.-Systematische Uebersicht der bis jetzt bekannt
gewordenen Mydaiden. S. WV. WILLISTON.-Notes and descriptions of Mydaidie. Kans. Acad. Sci., Vol. XV, pp. 53-58 (1898).

THEREVID.E.

D. NV. COQUILLETT.-Synopsis of the Dipterous genus Thereva.
D. WV. COQUILLETT.-Synopsis of the Dipterous genus Psilocephala.
j D. W. COQUILLETT.-Revision of the Dipterous family Therevidee.
S, !
N EMESTRINIDE.

S. IV. WVILLISTON.-The North American species of Nemestrinidee.

BOMBYLIID2E.

C. It. OSTEN SACKEN.-Western Diptera, etc. and Geogr. Survey of the Territories, Vol. III, No. 2, 1877.
Analytica! table of the North American genera of Bombyliidae, p. 228;
Tables of the species of Exoprosopa, p. 230; Anthrax, p. 238; Argyra-
nmI'bl)a, p). 241; Bombyliu.-s (species from the Atlantic States), p. 247;
Ploas (Californian species), p. 260; Toxophora, p. 265; Epibates, p. 268.
D. IV. COQUILLETT.-Monograph of the Lomatina of North America.
The Lomatina comprise the genera Eucessia, Leptochilus, Aphoebantua, and
Oncodocera.
D. WV. COQUILLETT.-The North American genera of Anthracina.
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D. W. COQUILLETT.-Monograph of the species belonging to the genus
Anthrax from America, north of Mexico. Soc., Vol. XIV, 1887, No. 2, pp. 159-182.
D. W. COQUTLLETT.-Revision of the species of Anthrax from America,
north of Mexico. 168-187.
D. W. COQUILLETT.-Notes and descriptions of North American Bom-
bI)yliidie. D. W. COQUILLETT.-Revision of the Bombylid genus Epacmus.
D. W. COQUILLErrTT.-Revision of the Bombylid genus Aphebantus.
DOLICHOPODID2E.

H. LOEw.-On the North American Dolichopodid-e. of the Diptera of North America. Part II, 1864.
J. M. ALDRICH.-A revision of the genera Dolichopus and Hygroce-
leuthus. W. M. WHIEELER.-New species of Dolichopodidr from the United
States. pp. 1-77. (1899.)
Tables for the species of fifteen genera.
EMPIDE.

D. W. COQUTLLETT.-Revision of the North American EmpidTe.

SYRPIHI D.

S. W. WLUISTON.-Contribution to a monograph of the North Ameri-
can Syrphidwe. 299-332.
S. W. WRLLISTON.-Synopsis of the North American Syrphidve.
Bul. U. S. National Museum, No. 31, 1886.
This work supersedes the previous publications on this family.
W. A. SNow.-Supplementary list of North American Syrphidae.
W. D. HUNTER.-A summary of the members of the genus Chilosia
Meig. in North America, with descriptions of new species.

PLATYPEZIDIE.

W. A. SNOW.-American PlatypezidT. IM, Part I (1894), pp. 143-152; Part II (1895), pp. 205-207.







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PIPUNCULIDE.

G. DE N. HouGr.-The Pipunculidw of the United States. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. 29, pp. 77-86. (1899.)


CONOPIDAE.


S. W. WILLISTON.-The North American species of Conops.
Conn. Acad., Vol. IV, 1882, pp. 325-342.




S. W. WILLISTON.-North American Conopidwe: Stylogaster, Dalman-
nia, Oncomyia. A revision of the three genera mentioned.

(ESTRID TE.

FR. BRAUER.-Monographie der Oestriden. Wien, 1863.
Four supplements, by the same author, are published in Wiener Entom.
Zeit., Vol. V, 1886, p1). 289, P'l. IV, Vol. VI, 1887, pp. 4, 71 and 217.

TACHINIDIE.


S. W. WILLISTON.-North American Tachinidf.
Entom., Vol. XIX, 1887, pp. 6-12.
A revision of the species of Gonia.


Gonia.

FR. BRAUER and J. E. BERGENSTAMM.-Die Zweiflilgler des Kaiser-
lichen Museums zu Wien. Parts IV-VII, 1889-1894.
These parts contain a I)rodromne to a monograph of the Muscaria Schizome-
topa (excl. AnthomyidT).


C. H.. T TOwNSEND.-The North
Muscidte. Paper II. 133-144.
Table of the genera of Tachinidse.


i American genera of Calyptrate
s. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1892, pp.


D. W. COQUILLETT.-Revision of the Tachinidie of America, north of
Mexico. Agric., 1897.
SARCOPHAGIDE.

II. A. HAGEN.-List of North American Sarcophagidae, examined by
Rit. H. Meade, esq., Bradford, England. Vol. XIII, pp. 146-150.
C. H. T. TOWNSEND.-The North American genera of Calytrate
Muscidte. Paper IV. 279-284.
Tables of the genera of Sarcophliagidze and Muscidae, s. str.


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MUSCIDiE.

C. H. T. TOWNSEND.-[See previous paper.]
G. DE N. HOUGH.-Synopsis of the Calliphorinme of the United States.
G. DE N. HOUGH.-SoIh, Muscinua of North America. 1899, pp. 19-33.

DEXID2E.

C. H. T. TOWNSEND.-The North American genera of Calyptrate
Muscid&e. Paper III. 273-278.
Table of the genera of Dexidae.

ANTHOMYIIDAE.

H. A. HAGEN.-List of North American Anthonmyidte, examined by
R. M. Meade, esq., Bradford, England. XIII, 1881, pp. 43-51.
P. STEIN.-NordamerikanischeAnthomyiden. 1897, pp. 161-288.

ORTALIDNE.

H. LoEw.-The family Ortalidac. North America, Part 111H, 1873, pp. 1-209.

TRYPETI DE.

H. LoEw.-On the North American TrypetidA. the Diptera of North America, Part I, 1862, pp. 49-102.
H. LOEW.-Review of the North American Trypetina. of the Diptera of North America, Part III, 1873, pp. 211-347.
D. W. COQUILLETT.-Notes and descriptions of Trypetide. N. Y. Entom. Soc., 1899, pp. 259-268.
Contains a synopsis of the genera.

SCIOMYZIDE.

H. LoEw.-On the North American Sciomnyzidae. the Diptera of North America, Part I, 1862, pp. 103-128.

SAPROMYZID2E.

S. W. WILLTSTON.-The American genera of Sapromyzidie. News, Vol. V (1894), pp. 196-197.







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S|OSCINID. .
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) D. W. CoQUrLLETT.-Notes and descriptions of Oscinidae. N. Y. Entom. Soc., March, 1898, pp. 44-49.
A SCATOPHLAGIDE.
i1. W. COQUILLETT.-On the Dipterous family Scatophagidae. S"N. Y. Entom. Soc., September, 1898, pp. 160-165.
; j EPHYDRID2E.
S ^ 1H. LOEW.-On the North American Ephydrinida. V the Diptera of North America, Part I, 1862, pp. 129-172.
WI. M. WHEELER.-The genus Ochthera. .i 121-123.
PHORIDE.
,A J. M. ALDRICH.--New species of Phora. r 142-146.
4 Contain. a table of species.
D. W. COQUILLETT.-Svnopsis of the Dipterous genus Phora. Entom., 1895, pp. 103-110.
tHIPPOBOSCIDE AND NYCTERIBIDAE.

\ D. W. COQUILLETT.-New genera and species of Nycteribidse and Hip-
I poboscida. PULICIDRE.
0. TASCHENBERG.-Die F1ihe. Die Arten der Insektenordnung Sue-
toria nach ihrem Chitinskelet monographisch dargestellt. Halle,
1880.
P. MIEGNIN.--Les parasites et les maladies parasitaires chez 1'homme,
les animaux domiestiques et les animaux sauvages avec lesquels ils
peuvent ftre en contact. Insectes, Arachnides, Crustacds. Paris,
I 1880.
The Pnlicidr (Aphanipteres) are treated of on pp. 57-71.
C. F. BAKER.-Preliminary studies in Siphonaptera. 1895, pp. 19-22; 63-66; 108-111; 130-132; 1629-165; 186-191;
1 -221-222.

t LEPIDOPTERA.
SI.-CA TALOG UTES AND LISTS.
I J. G. MoRmRs.-Catalogue of the described Lepidoptera of North
America. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1860.
This is the first catalogue of the North American Lepidoptera, but now
greatly antiquated and superseded.






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A. R. GROTE AND C. T. ROBINSON. IList of the Lepidoptera of North
America. Amer. Entom. Soc., Philadelp)hia, 1 S6.
Contains the Sphingida,, Egeriidl,, Tliyrih i', Zyvg;inid,, and B ilnbycidw.
H. STRECKER.-Butter'flies and Moths of North America. 1)iurnes.
Reading, Pa., 1878.
A very complete synonymical and annotated catalogue, with glossary of
terms and an introductory chapter giving directions for collecting, pre-
serving, and shipping butterflies.
BROOKLYN ENTOMOLOGICAL SocIETY.-Check List of the Macrolepi-
doptera of America, north of Mexico. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1882.
A. R. GROTE.-New Check List of North American Moths. New
York, 1882.
A list of all heterocerous Macrolepidoptera; also the Pyralida? and Tortri-
cida. Supersedes several previous lists by the same author.
J. B. SMITH.-List of the Lepidoptera of Boreal America. Amer.
Entomn. Soc., Phila.,' 1891, pp. 124. Price, $1.
W. F. KmRBY.-A synonymic catalogue of the Lepidoptera Hetero-
cera. Vol. I, Sphinges and Bombyces. London, 1892.

II.-GENERAL WORKS ON CLASSIFICATION.
G. A. W. HERRICH-SCHAEFFER.-Sammlung neuer oder wenig bekann-
ter aussereuropiiischer Schmetterlinge. Vol. I. Regensburg,
1850-1858; Vol. II, part 1, 1869.
Contains a classification of the Lepidoptera, which forms the basis of our
present arrangement.
JoHN G. MORRIs.-Synopsis of the described Lepidoptera of North
America. Part I. Diurnal and Crepuscular Lepidoptera.
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1862.
Compiled descriptions of the North America Lepidoptera, from the Rho-
palocera to the Bombycide.
H. STRECKER.-Lepidoptera, Rhopaloceres, and Heteroceres, indige-
nous and exotic; with descriptions and colored illustrations.
Reading, Pa., 1872-1877.
Fifteen parts of this work have been published containing figures and
descriptions of many North American species.
JOHN B. SMrrH.-An introduction to a classification of the North
American Lepidoptera. 1884, pp. 70-74 and 81-83.
A synopsis of the families of Lepidoptera, based on Herrich-Schaeffer's
classification.
IIL -MONOGRA PlS AND S 'NVOPSES.
Rhopalocera.
J. W. WEIDEMEYER.-A catalogue of North American Butterflies.
513-542.
Superseded by subsequent papers.







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iJW.H. EDWARDS.-Revised catalogue of the Diurnal Lepidoptera of
I "America, north of Mexico. 1.884, pp. 245-338.
This supersedes a sirnilar catalogue by the same author, published in 1877.
S W. II. EDWARtDS.-List of species of the Diurnal Lepidoptera of
America, north of Mexico. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co.,
I 184. 4to.
A A mere list of the species, following in all respects the catalogue just cited,
: 'and printed to accompany Vol. II of the "Butterflies of North America."
S. II. SCUDIDER.-Svnonyvmic list of the Butterflies of North America,
North of Mexico. Part I, Nymphales. Hist., Vol. II, 1875, pp. 233-269. Part II, Rurales. <1. c.,
Vol. Ill, 1876, pp. 98-129.
Contains a very complete synonymy, but its classification has not been
adopted by subsequent writers.
W V. F. KIRBY.-A synonymic catalogue of Diurnal Lepidoptera.
SLondon, 1871; supplement, London, 1877."
i A complete synonymical list (of the diurnals of the world.
H. SKINNER.-Synonymical catalogue of North American Rhopalocera.
Amner. Entoin. Soc. Phila., 1898. Price, $1.
J. A. BOISDUVAL.-Histoire naturelle des Insectes. Species general
des Lepidoptbres. Suites h Buffon. Paris, 1836.
Contains full descriptions of the known species, but extends only from Pa-
pilio to the end of Terias.
E. DOUBLEDAY and W. C. HEWITsoN.-The genera of Diurnal Lepi-
doptera, comprising their generic characters, a notice of their
transformations, and a catalogue of the species of each genus;
illustrated with 86 colored plates from drawings by W. C. Hewit-
t i son. 2 vols. London, 1846-1852.
This work was completed by Westwood after the death of Doubleday.
S. H. SCUDDER.--Butterflies: Their structures, changes, and life-his-
tories, with special reference to American forms. Being an appli-
cation of the "Doctrine of descent" to the study of Butterflies,
with an appendix of practical instructions. New York, Henry
Holt & Co., 1881.
CARL PLOETZ.-Die Hesperiinen-Gattung Hesperia Aut. und ihre
Arten. !subsequent volumes.
1 ,JoiiHN B. SMITH.i-Synopsis of the genera of the North American Rho-
$ palocera. I A tabular synopsis embracing all North American genera.
C. H. FERNALD.-The Butterflies of Maine. Designed for the use of
the students in the Maine State College and the farmers of the
State. Orono, Me., 1884.




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G. H. FREyNcr.-The Butterflies of the Eastern United States. For
the uses of classes in zoologtry and private students. Philadelphia,
Lippincott & Co., 1886. Price, $2.
Gives synopses of the genera and species, and descriptions of the species.
BROOKLYN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. -Synop1ses of Butterflies. Brooklyn Entomni. Soc., Vol. I and subsequent volumes; continued
in Entomologica Americana, Vol. 1.
Synopses of the North American species of Rliopalocera, the later articles
giving tables of species and bibliography.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Comparative tables for the families of Butter-
flies. W. H. EDWARDS.-Butterflies of North America. 3 vols. Boston,
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Vol. I, 1879; Vol. II, 1884; Vol. III,
1897. Many plates.
Of remarkable interest, especially for life histories.
S. H. SCUDDER.-Butterflies of the Eastern United States and Canada.
3 vols. Boston, 1889, pp. 1958, 89 p1s.
W. J. HOLLAND.-The Butterfly Book. New York, 1898, 382 pp., 48
plates (colored). W. J. Holland, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburg,
Pa. Price, $3.
A most useful book on our butterflies.
S. H. SCUDDER.-Brief guide to the common butterflies of the North-
ern United States and Canada. New York, 1893, pp. 206.
W. BEUTENMOLLER.-Descriptive catalogue of the butterflies found
within fifty miles of New York City. Hist., Vol. V, pp. 241-310. (1893.)
E. M. AARON.-Notes on North American Hesperide. 1892, pp. 119-120.
A table of the genera.
A. J. SNYDER.-The Argynnids of North America. <0cc. Mem.
Chicago Entom. Soc., Vol. 1, No. 1. (1900.)
A grouping of the species with notes on many of them.

Heterocera.

SPHINGIDE.
A. R. GROTE and C. T. ROBINSON.-A synonymical catalogue of
North American Sphingide, with notes and descriptions. Entom. Soc. Phila., Vol. V, 1865, pp. 149-193, 3 pls.
Gives full and complete synonymy, with descriptions of several new genera
and species.
B. CLEMENs.-Synopsis of the North American Sphingides. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil., Vol. IV, Pt. 2, 1859, pp. 97-190.
A monograph of the family as at present limited.







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SJ. A. BoISD)rvAL.-Sphingides,Sesiides,Castniides. Paris, Roret, 187I
T Forlms part o(if the Suites A Buffon, and is Vol. I of the Sp6cies gn6ral de
S, pidqutcres h6tfroceres.
,A. (. BtTTLER.-Revision of the Heterocerous Lepidoptera of thde
1 family Sphingidtu. Spp. 511-644, PI. XC-XCIV.
A descriptive catalogue.
1 JOHN B11. SM.ITTI.-An introduction to a classification of the North
SAinmerican Lepidoptera. Sphingide. S18SP5, )p. 81-87.
contains s a synopsis of the genera, with brief remarks on each.
C. 11. FEiNALD.-'I the Sphingidw of New England. Orono, Me., 1886.
,, (iv's the life history, so far as known, of all species recorded from New Eng-
land.
JOHN B. SMITH.--A monograph of the Sphingida of North America,
northh of Mexico. pp. 49-242, 12 pls.
JOHN B. SMITL.-List of the Sphingida of temperate North America.
W. BEUTENCfLLER.-Descriptive catalogue of the Sphingidue found
within fifty miles of New York City. Hist., Vol. VII, pp. 275-320. (1895.)

SESIIDXE.

JOHN B. SMITH.-An introduction to a classification of the North
American Lepidoptera. IW. BEUTENMVLLER.-Critical review of the Sesiide found in America,
; north of Mexico. r. 111-148. (1896.)
i'
ZYGOENIDZE.

A. S. PACKARD.-Notes on the family Zygenidte. Institute, Vol. IV, 1864. pp. 7-47, Pl. I, I.
Description of a number of new genera and species, with notes on others.
A. R. GROTE.-Catalogue of the Zygenid'e of North America. SBuffalo Soc. Nat. Sc., Vol. I, 1873, pp. 29-36.
R. H. STRETCH.-Illustrations of the Zygtenidae and Bombycida of
S North America. San Francisco, Cal., 1874, pp. 242, 10 pls.
JOHN B. SMITH.-Notes on the systematic position of some North
t {American Lepidoptera. 18S5., pp. 77-84.
Discusses the genera classed as Zygenidie in Grote's list, and separates them
into carefully defined groups.




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]BOMBYCID).E

B. NETMOEGEN and II. G. DYAII.-A preliminary revision of the Born-
byces of America, north of Moxico. < murn. N. Y. Entom. Soc.,
1893 and 1894. Issued as a. separate.
A. S. PACKARD.-Synopsis of the Bomnibycidae of the United States.
A. R. GROTE.-On the North American Platyptcrygina. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. I, 1868, pp. 65-67.
A. R. GROTE.-List of the North American Platypterices, Attaci,
Hemileucini, Ceratocampada, Lachneides, Teredines, and Hepiali,
with notes. 256-264.
R. H. STRETCH.-Illustrations of the Zygenide and Boinmbycidie of
North America. Sari Francisco, Cal., 1874, pp. 242, 10 pis.
The Lithosiida and Arctiide are treated.
A. G. BUTLER.-On the Lepidoptera of the family Lithosiide, in the
collection of the British Museum. 1877, pp. 325-377, P1. VIII.
A. R. GROTE.-Table of species of Euchwtes. XIV, 1882, pp. 196-197.
J. S. BAILEY.-Some of the North American Cossidae, with facts in
the life history of (Cbssus centeren^st" Lintner. Div. of Entom., U. S. Dept. of Agric., pp. 49-55, Pis. I, II.
H. H. LYMAN.-The North American Callimorphas. Vol. XIX, 1887, pp. 181-191, 1 pl.
JOHN B. SMrrH.-The North American species of Callimorpha, Latr.
JOHN B. SMITH.-A revision of the Lepidopterous family Saturnida.
A. S. PACKARD.-Monograph of the Bombycine moths of America,
north of Mexico. Part I. Family 1, Notodontide. Acad. Sci., VII (1896), pp. 390, 49 pls.
B. NEUMOEGEN and H. G. DYAR.-A preliminary revision of the Lepi-
dopterous family Notodontidae. 1894, pp. 179-208.
W. BEUTENMCILLER.-Descriptive catalogue of the Bombycine moths
found within fifty miles of New York City. Nat. Hist., Vol. X, pp. 353-448 (1898).
JOHN B. SMTH.-Preliminary catalogue of the Arctiidse of temperate
North America. 213-219.







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IINOCTUIDXE.
', 1A. R. GROTE.-List of the Noctuidwe of North America. 1 / falo Soc. Nat. list., Vol. II, 1874, pp. 1-77.
4 JOHN B. SMITI.---A catalogue, bibliographical and synonymical, of
i the species of moths of the Lepidopterous superfamily Noctuids
found in Boreal America, with critical notes. Bul. U. S. Nat.
4 Mws., No. 44, pp. 424 (1893).
A. GUENf:E.-Noctuelites. Species general des Lepidoptkres. Suites
j 1 a Buffon. Paris, Roret, 1852, Vols. 5-7.
Vol. VIII of the same work treats the Deltoides and Pyralites, the former
group now being attached to the Noctuida.
., JOHN B. SMITw.-Contributions towards a monograph of the Noctuidm
of temperate North America. The genus Oligia, 1889, pp. 145-152; Revision of the species of Pseudanarta,
campid genera, (1889); Revision of the species of Oncocnemis, Entom. Soc., 1889, pp. 321-349; Revision of Scopelosoma,
genus Agrotis, Bul. No. 38, U. S. Nat. Mus., 1890, pp. 231, 6 pls;
SRevision of Homohadena, 397-405; Revision of the species of Mamestra, MIs., Vol. XIV, pp. 197-276 (1891); Revision of the species of-
. Hadena referable to Xylophasia and Luperina, Mus., Vol. XIII, pp. 407-447 (1891); Revision of the genus Cu-
cullia; Revision of the Dicopina'; Revision of Xylomiges and
Morrisonia, A revision of the Deltoid moths, Bul. No. 48, U. S. Nat. Mus.,
I: 189.5, pp. 120, 14 pls; Revision of the genus Hydrecia, Amer. Entom. Soc., 1899. pp. 1-48.
JOHN B. SMITH and 1I. G. DYAR.-A revision of the species of Acro-
venycta and of certain allied genera. I XXI, pp. 1-194, (1898).
A. R. GROTE.-A revision of the species of Cymatophorina found in
the United Statcs and British America, with descriptions of new
species. A. RI. GROTE.-The species of Erotyla, Spragueia, Fruva, Xanthop-
tera, Exyra, and Prothymia. *2 231-238.
i f A. R. GROTE.-On the described North American species of Thalpo-
chares. A. R. GROTE.-List of North American Bombvciae of Hiibner. Eutom., Vol. XIII, 1881, pp.151-153.





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A. R. GROTE.-Prelinlinarv list df North American sp'ecics of Agrotis,
with descriptions. <11tl. i'. S. (eolog. Survey, Vol. VI, 1881,
pp. 149-164.
A. R. GROTE.-North American' Moths, w\vitl i a preliminary catalogue
of the species of laden ii(andl P'olia. Geogr. Survey, Vol. VI. .issi. pp. 257-277.
A.R. GROTE. -The North Aimerican s)eci(,s (of Mamestra. Entonm., Vol. XIII, 1881, pp. 12)6-130.
A. R. GROTE.-New Noctuids, with a list of the species of Oncocne-
mis. A. R. GROTE.-New Noctuidat, with list of species of Perigrapha.
A. R. GROTE.-The North American species of Eustrotia. <-Papilio,
Vol. I, 1881, pp. 10-11.
JOHN B. SMITH.-A synopsis of the North American geneia of the
Noctuide. 48-52, and Vol. V, from May till November, 1882.
Contains a tabular synopsis of the genera, with critical notes on miany of
them.
JOHN B. SMITH.-Remarks on the generic characters of the Noctuid'e.
GEORGE H. FRENCH.-Synopsis of the Noctuida' of Illinois. Green-
ville, 111., 1882. the Principal to the Board of Trustees of the South Illinois Nor-
mal University.
A. R. GROTE.-Notes on the genus Tripudia and on the species of
Spragueia. <-Can. Entom., Vol. XIV. 1882, pp. 32-33.
A. R. GROTE.-List of the species of Tripudia and Gyros. <-Can.
Entom. Vol. XIV, 1882, pp. 195-196.
A. R. GROTE.-Introduction to a study of the North American Noc-
tuid?. 134-176.
Gives a brief review of structural characters of the family anl a lirt of the
species de.-cribed by Grote, with descriptionsof several new genera and
species.
A. R. GROTE.-List of Apatele belonging to the groups Acronicta
and Triiena. <-Papilio, Vol. III. 1883. pp.67-70.
A. R. GRoTE.-Conclusion of list of American Apatelas. Vol. III, 1883, pp. 111-117.
A. R. GROTE.-On the North American C'alpine to HeliothinTe.
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if JOHN B. SMITH.-Synopsis of the North American Heliothinse.
| SI VII, VIII.
A. R. GROTE.-Remarks upon the North American Heliothinie and
their recent literature. S|1883, pp. 257-268.
G. D. HULST.-The genus Catocala. ; Vol. VII, 1884, pp. 13-56, Pl. I.
A complete monograph of the genus.

GEOMETRIDS.

A. S. PACKARD.-A monograph of the Geometrid moths or Phale-
nidm of the United States. tories, Vol. X, Washington, D. C., 1876, pp. 607, 13 pls.
This supersedes all prior works and gives a complete index to the prior litera-
.ture, as well as a description of every species.
SG. D. HULST.-A classification of the Geomnietrina of North America,
with descriptions of new genera and species. Entom. Soc., 1896, pp. 245-386.
C. FREIH. v. GUMPPENBERG.-Systema Geometrarum zonae tempera-
tioris septentrionalis. 8 parts, Deutschen Akad. der Naturforscher, 1887-1897.

I PYRALIDZE.

A. GuENEE.-DeltoidesetPyralites. Species general des Lepidoptkres.
Vol. VIII, Suites a Buffon. Paris, Roret, 1854.
A. R. GROTE.-Preliminary studies on the North American Pyralida.
IV, 1878, pp. 669-705.
Includes annotated list of the North American species of Botis and provisional
list of species of Phycidte.
A. R. GROTE.-Preliminary list of North American species of Crambus.
E. L. RAGONOT.--Monographie des Phycitinfe et des Galleriint.
Romanoff's "Mb moires sur les Lcpidopteres," Vol. VH, pp. 658,
23 pls., 1893.
G. D. HULST.-The Phycitidfe of North America. Entom. Soc., 1890, pp. 93-228.
IG. D. HULST.-The Epipaschiinwe of North America. 1889, pp. 41-52, 61-76.
C. H. FERNALD.-The Crambidse of North America. Mass. Agric. Coll., 1896, pp. 96, 9 pls.








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E. P. FELT.-On certain grass-eating insects. Bil. No. (14, Cornell
Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta., March, 18.94, pp. 47-102, 14 pis.
Synopsis and cataloigue (i Craiiulms.

PTEIIOIIORI Di.

C. H. FERNALD.-The Pterophorida' of North America. Spec. Buil.
Mass. Agric. Coll., 1898, p)p. 64, 9 pls.
TORTRICID.E.

C. H. FERNALD.-A synonyniical catalogue of the described Tortricida?
of North America, north of Mexico. Vol. X, 1882, pp. 1-64; also separate.
COLEMAN T. ROBINSON.--Notes on American Tortricidak1. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. II, 1869, pp. 261-288, Pis. I and IV-VIII.
THOMAS, LORD WALSINGHAM.-North American Tortricida. British
Museum. Illustrations of typical specimens of I1epidoptera Hvte-
rocera in the collection of the British Museumn. 1 vol., folio, 1S7)o
pp. 12+84, Pis. I-XV1I.
P. 0. ZELLER.-Beitriige zur Kentniss der nordamnierikanischen Nacht-
falter, besonders der Microlepidopteren. K-Verh. zool. -hot. Ges6,
Wien, 1872, pp. 447-556; 1873, pp. 1 '.; 1875, pp. 207-360.
Treats chiefly of Tortricide and Tineidu.
C. H. FERNALD.-On the North American species of Choreutis and its
allies.
TINEIDXE.

B. CLEMENS.-The Tineina of North America, by the late Dr. Bracken-
ridge Clemens. Being a collected edition of his writings on that
group of insects. With notes by theeditor, H. T. Stainton. Lon-
don, 1872, pp. 15+282.
V. T. CHAMBERS.-Index to the described Tineina of the United States
and Canada. Territories, Vol. IV, 1878, pp. 125-167.
THOMAS, LORD WALSINGHAM.-North American Coleophora. Entom. Soc. London, 1882, pp. 429-442, Pl. X11V.
THOMAS, LORD WALSINGHAM.-A revision of the genera Acrolophus,
Poev and Anaphora, Clem. pp. 137-173, Pls. VII, VIII.
THOMAS, LORD WALSINGHAM.-Steps toward a revision of Chanmbers's
Index, with notes and descriptions of new species. Vol. 1, pp. 81-84, 113-117, 145-150, 254-258. 28'7-291; Vol. II,
pp. 23-26, 51-54, 77-81, 116-120, 150-155, 284-286, 322-326,;
Vol. Ill, pp. 325-329, 386-389; Vol. IV, pp. 384-385.









H. G. DYAm.-Notes on some North American Yponomeutida?. Entoii., 19 t0, pp. :37-41. 84-86.
P. C. ZELLE-It.-(SveeW wrk cited tinde(r Tortricidt.)

COLEOPTERA.

I.-CA'.TAI LO UES ,'A IND (CHECK-LISTS.

F. E. MELSHEIME1:. -Catalogue of the described Coleoptera of the
United State,. 1e'vised by S. S Haldeman and J.1. L. Le Conte.
Washington, Sii lisotiani Instittution, 1853.
Now anmijliatedl, but still the only rcfercnuie catalogue (if North American
( 'ilojitet'la.
JOIINI L. IjnC'ONTEr.-List of the Coleoptera of North America. Pre-
pared for the Smithsoniain Institution. Part I. Washington,
Smithsonian Institution, i863-1816.
r% A s-yii n y'ical check-list; incomplete, tilt secoiunl part leaving never been
plblished.
(-. R. CROTCH.-Check-list of the Coleoptera of America, north of
*Mexico. Salem, Mass., Naturalists' Agency, 1873.
E. P. AusTIN.-Supplement to the Check-list of the Coleoptera of
i America, north of Mexico. Boston, S. E. Cassino, 1880.
SAMU'ELI HENSHAW.-List of the Coleoptera of America, north of
I Mexico. Amer. Entom. Soc. Phila., 1885. Price, $1.25.
This- supersedes all previous lists.
SAMUElI, HENSHAW.-First Supplement to the List of Coleoptera of
America, north of Mexico. F18s7, pp. 213-220.
Also issued as separate pamphlet by the Brooklyn Entomological Society.
I SAMt'EL HtENsAw.--Third Supplement to the List of Coleoptera of
America, north of Mexico. Amer. Entom. Soc. Phila., 1895.
IPrice, .)50 cents.
Contains also a list of synopses of genera supplementary to that in the
"Classification."
(1E.3.IIN6 ERl and HAROLD.-Catalogus Coleopterorum hucusque de-
sriptorumiII synonynmicus et systematicus. 12 vols. Munich, 1868-

A syiiu'nymical reference catalogue of the Coleoptera of the whole world.
AI'PENDICES TO GEMMINGER AND HAROLD'S CATALOGUE.

E. FLEUTIAuX.-Catalogue systematique des Cicindelide decrits depuis
I Linn. Mem. Liege, 1892.
J. 1. l (i EhlN.-CCataloguc svnonymique et systematique des Coleopteres
de la tribu des Carabides. Remiremont, 1885.







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(C. VAN )DEN BRANDEN.-(C'atalohgtu' Its (ol i(tiies (Ihaliplida., A.l liz iodw;. Pvlorliidlr. ,t )\Ytis.idia). < A- 11.
Soc. Entom. Belg., 18ssl. lI. ;,>-11:).
G. SEvERIN.-Catalogue des Co1olptetres dc 1:;1 fanill1 des ( Xyrini is.
A. DuvIvIER.-Enuimeration des Staphyliiidjs dhcrits cl ilis la pilt-
lication di Catalogue di MM. (eleit iIgi1,' r t (d I arold. <.cAin.
Soc. Entom. Belg., 1883, pp. '91-220.
A. BERGE. -Enumeration des Cetonids,. (lecrits depizis la piulhiication
du Catalogue d(e MM1. (remminger 't de lHarohld. Eutom. Belg., 1884, pp. 113-163.
A. F. NONFRIED).--\'erzehiniss der s1eit siet I-s U ILn .schrielenecn (lua-
phyriden, Melolonthiden, mud Eiwhiriden. Zeitschr., 1892, pp. 249-290.
A. F. NONFRIED.-Verzeichniss der Rutelidve beschrielb n nach der
Her-ausgabe des Miinchener Kataloges. 1891, pp. 347-358; 449-454.
A. PREUDHOMME I)E BORRE.-Catalogue des Trogides deerits jus(tu'a
ce jour. E. FLEUTIAUX.-Suppl6mCent au Catalogue des Colhopteres de MM.
Gemminger et de Harold; Languriides et Erotylides. Soc. Entom. BeIg., 1886, pp. 216-224.
G. C. CriAMPION.-A list of the Lagriidv, Othniidav, Nilionidiu, Pet-
riidae, Pythidtr, Melandryidau, Pedilidzc (part), Pyrochroid;e, and
Mordellida?, supplementary to the "Munich" Ca'talogue. <-tAntn.
Soc. Entom. Belg., 1898, pp. 46-104.
G. C. CHAMPION.-A list of the Cantharida', supplementary to the
"Munich" Catalogue. 153-208.
G. C. CHAMPION.-A list of the Rhipidophoriidre and (Edemeridr,
supplementary to the "' Munich" Catalogue. Belg., 1899, pp. 39-61.
G. C. CHAMPION.-A list of Tenebrionid., stupp)lementary to the
"Munich" Catalogue. G. C. CHAMPION.-A list of the XEgialitidw, and Cistelida?, supple-
mentary to the "Munich" Catalogue. Belg., No. 6, 1897, pp. 147-177.
CH. KERREMANS.-Catalogue synonymique des Buprestides decrits de
1758 a 189o. E. CANDEZE.-Catalogue methodique des Elaterides connus en 1890.
Liege, 1891, pp. 246.


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A A. LAMEERE.-Liste des C(ranihbycides d6crits posterieurement an|:.
Catalogue d, Munich. 1883, p ". cii-cv, t .
E. FLE'TIAUX.-xSuppl)lement au h"Cataloaus Coleopterorumrn" de Gem-,:
Iminger ct, lHarold, Vol. V, 1S61). I pp. 07-691. (Trixagidwe and Monommidaz.)
1I. I)ONCKIER I)E DONCEEL.-Liste des Brenthides decrits posterieure-
II ment ar Catalogue de MM. Geimninger et von Harold. s Soc. Entomn. Belg., 18S4, pp. cecCiii-cccx.
H. DONCKIER DI)E DONCEEL.-Liste des Anthribides d6crits postgri-
euremnent au Catalogue de Geiuninger et von Harold. Soc. Entoin. Belg., 1884, pp. cccxxiv-cccxxxiii.
M. Pic.-Liste des Anthicides decrits posterieurement au Catalogus
do MM. Gemniminger et Hiarold (1870-1893). 1Belg.. 1814, pp. 43-58; 137-138; 237-238.
M1. P1W.-Premier supplement ia mla liste des Anthicides. Entom. Belg., 1897, pp. 212-224; 343-344.
C. VON DEN BRANDEN.-EnIumeration des Coleoptkres Phytophages
d6crits post6erieureimenmit au Catalogue de MM. Gemnminger et von
Harold. Hispides et Cassides. H. DONCKIER I)E DONCEEL.-Liste des Sagrides, Criocerides, Clythri-
Ldes, Megalopides, Cryptocephalides, et Lamprosomides decrits
posterieurlneint artu Catalogue de1 MM1. Gemminger et von Harold.
A. DuvIVInER.-Catalogue des Chrysomelides, Halticides, et Galerucides
de'rits posterieureIient a la publication dLt Catalogue de Munich.
H. DONCKIER D)E DONCEEL.-Catalogue syst6mniatique des Hispides.

IL.-(ENERAL I'ORKS' ON ('LASSIFICATION.

J.1. L. LECONTE.-Classification of the Coleoptera of North America,
Washington. Smithsonian lInstitution. Part 1, 1861; Part II, 1873.
Only coinpleted as far as the Cerambyckihe; the rest has never been pub-
lishedl.
WILLIAM LE BARON.-Outlines of Entomology, published in connec-
tion with the authors Aitnnual Reports upon injurious insects.
Part first. Including the Order of Coleoptera. Fourth Annual
Report on the Noxious and Beneficial Insects of the State of Illi-
nois. Sep. Edit. Springfield, 1874.







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J. T. I[ACORDAIREIt..-IIistooirc iVut I '11' 1i.s IniMctt. (enera des
Coleopteres, oI expos niithodi(iz( eIt critique h tous les genres
proposes jusqu'iici dass cet. ordre d'inusectes. [Coiplct.d by J.
Chapuis.] Paris., France. 1854-7(1. 12 vols. and 1 I vol. pis.
i
JOHN L. LECONTE and (tEOiOh .I. Ilol1N.---Classitication of the
Coleoptera of North Amcric.i. Preparedl for thlIe Smithsonian
Institution. Washington, Sinithsonian Instittiton, is1883.
This is the most recent andm only coinmpletei classjii.atimi f N)rtli American
Coleoptera.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-New Species of North Ainerican Coleoptera.
Contains, besides descriptions (of numerous isolated lspecie.l, synuptic tables
of many genera.
L. GANGLBAUER.-Die Kilfer von Mitteleuropa. Vienna, 1892-99.
Three volumes published, containing the Caraboidea, Staphyli-
noidea, and Clavicornia.
Extremely valuable for classification.
H. F. WICKHAM.-The Coleoptera of Canada. delidw, 1894, pp. 149-154; Scarabaridte, 1894, pp. 197-207, 229-
234, 259-264; Coccinellida, 1894, pp. 297-306; Endomychidv and
Erotylide, 1894, pp. 337-342; Cucujid,, 1895. pp. 25-29; HIali-
plidee and Dytiscidwe, 1895, pp. 69-76, 117-1221 149-153; Hydro-
philida,, 1895, pp. 181-186, 213-216; Cleride, 1895, pp. 247-253;
Meloida, 1896, pp. 31-35; Chrysomnelidw, 1896, pp. 67-74, 151-
157, 171-174, 199-203; 1897, pp. 7-12, 29-37 60-6; "Cerambyci.
de, 1897, pp. 81-88, 105-111, 148-153, 169-173, 187-193, 201-208;
1898, pp. 37-44; CEdemeride and Cephaloida, 1898, pp. 149-152;
Lucanidae, 1899, pp. 21-25; Pythida, 1899, pp. 57-61; Supple-
mentary, 1899, pp. 81-86.
C. W. LENG and W. BEUTENMCLLER.-Preliminary handbook of the
Coleoptera of northeastern America. Soc., 1894, pp. 87-96, 133-141, 175-190; 1895, pp. 73-76, 180-190;
1896, pp. 33-49; 1897, pp. 36-40, 133-149.
The parts published deal with the Cicindelidae and Carabidl.

III.-MONOGRA P18 AND SYNOPSES.

SAMUEL HENSHAw.-References for specific identification. dix II of Le Conteand Horn's "Classification." 1883, pp. 535-552.
A "list of bibliographical references to memoirs, in which more or less com-
plete synopses of the families,'genera, and specieC of the Coleoptera of
the United States have been published."
SAMUEL HENSHAw.-Third supplement to the list of Coleoptera of
America, north of Mexico. Amer. Entom. Soc. Phila., 1S95.
Price, 50 cents.
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CICINDELID4E.

F. G. ScHArLPP.-Synoptic tables of Coleoptera, Cicindelidae. Brooklyn Entomni. Soc.. Vol. VI. November, 1883, and subsequent:
numberis-. Also issued as separate pamphlet by the Brooklyn
Entom. Soc.
CARABIDLE.

J.1. L. LECONTE.-Notes on the classification of the Carabida? of the
United States. pp. 363-403.
GEORt;E H. HORN.-On the genera of Carabid,,a with special reference
to the fauna of Boreal America. Vol. IX, 1882, pp. 91-196, Pl. III-X.
GEORG.E l. HoRN.-Synopsis of the species of the tribe Lebiini.
GEORlE H. HoRIN.-Notes on Amara s. g. Trireua. Entom. Soc., 1892, pp. 18-19.
GEORGE H. HORN.-A study of Amara s. g. Celia. Entomn. Soc., 1892, pp. 19-40.
R. HAYWARD.-On the species of Bembidium of America, north of
Mexico. E. A. ScIIWARZ.-Notes on Nomaretus, with descriptions of two new
species. R. HAYWARD.-A study of the species of Tachys of Boreal America.
Of most of our genera of this extensive family we have monographs
or synopses by Drs. Le Conte, Horn, or by Mr. Crotch, and the tables
for the determination of the species are reproduced and augmented by
some original tables in the Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entom. Soc.,
from Vol. I to Vol. VI.

HALIPLIDXE.

G. R. CROTCH.-Revision of the Dvtiscida, of the United States.
383-385.
DYTISCIDE.

G. R. CROTCII.-[See work just cited; Dytiscidae, pp. 385-424.]
DAVID SHIARP.-On aquatic carnivorous Coleoptera or Dytiscidue.
plates.
A monograph of the Dytiscid;, of the whole world.






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GYRIN DTE.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Thei (iyrinidaiv of America, north of Mexico.
<-Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.. 1868, pp. 365-373.
M. REGIMBART.-Essai monographique do la famille des Gyrinides.
Treats of the (ivrinidhe? of the whole glol)be.
C. H. ROBERTs.-The species of Dineutes of America. north of
Mexico.
HYDROPHILTDE.

JOHN L. LE CoNTE.-Synopsis of the Hydrophilidae of the United
States. 356-375.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Revision of the genera and species of the tribe
Hydrobiini. GEORGE H. HoRN.-Notes on the species of Ochthebius of Boreal
America. GEORGE H. HORN.-A revision of the Sphferidiini inhabiting Boreal
America. GEORGE H. HORN.-Notes on some Hvdrobiini of Boreal America.
Contains synopses of Philydrus and allied genera and of Hydrobius and
Creniphilus, Pl. III and IV.
T. L. CASEY.-[See work cited under Corylophida.]
Table of species of Limnebius.

SILPHIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Silphales of America, north
of Mexico. 274-287.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the Si1phidT of the United Statpu,
with reference to the genera of other countries. Entom. Soc., Vol. VIII, 1880, pp. 219-322, Pls. V-VI.

SCYDM.ENTD.E.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Scydmaenide of the United
States. T. L. CASEY.-Coleopterological notices, VII. Sci., Vol. IX, 1897, pp. 285-684.
Synopsis of the ScvdflmInid.h.


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PSELAPIHIDXA.

.JOHN L. LECONTE.-On the Pselaphidtu of the United States. ton Journ. Nat. Hist., Vol. VI. 1850, pp. 64-110.
EMIl, BRENDEL.-Synopsis of the genera and species of the family
Pselaphidar. 31-38.
Trios. L. CASEY.-Eul)lectini. iand systematic Coleopterology of North America. Part 11, pp.
93-122, 1884.
E. BRENDEL and H. F. WICK]AM.-The Pselaphidaw of North America.
Vol. II, pp. 1-84. 7 pls.
T. L. CASEY.-Pselaphidaw. N. Y. Acad. Si., 1897, Vol. IV. pp. 55(-630.
Describes numerous new genera and species, and gives synoptic tables as
follows: Table of genera allied to Trimh im, pp. 556-558; table of groups
in Melba, p. 566; Ariuwp., table of species, 1p. 582; Reichenbachia, syn-
optic table of species, pp. 586-610; YS.a.ris., sv'nop)tic table of species, pp.
610-611; Bythi n u, synolptic table (f speck'is, pip. 614-615; Pilopiu., syn-
optic table of species, pp. 617-625; (Ced;.u, synop)tic table of species, pp.
625-4-26; Tyru., synop)tic table of species, lip. 627-630.

STAPHYLINI DE.

GEORGE H. HoRN.-Synopsis of the genera and species of the Staphy-
linid tribe Tachyporini of the United States. Entomin. Soc., Vol. VI, 1877, pp. 81-128, 1 pl.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-On certain genera of Staphylinidae, Oxytelini,
Piestidaw. and Micropeplida, as represented in the fauna of the
United States. 213-252.
A. FAuvEL.-Staphylinidesde l'Am-erique dui Nord. Partie I. tices entomologiques, No. 7, 1878.
Treats the Micropeplidpe, Piestini, Phlh'ocharini, Protinini, Homialini, and
Oyytelini (incomplete).
T. L. CASEY.--[See work cited under Corylophidaw.]
Table of group of IHIomeousa.
G(EORcGE H. HIORN.-Synopsis of the Quediini of the United States.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the species of Staphylinus and the
more closely allied genera inhabiting the United States. Amer. Entonim. Soc., Vol. VII, 1879, pp. 185-200.








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JOHN L. LECONTE. -Short studies of North Anmerian (Coleopte'rat.
, Tabulates the following gne-ra": lreptacinus (p. 1(1S), Lptalintis (p. 171).
Xantholinus (p. 171), Laithrohiimin (p. 174), Liparocephalus (p. 177)
Stilicus (p. 178), Suniizs (1p. 179).
Tlios. L. CASEY.-Revision of the Stenini of Amnierica, north of Mexico.
Separate publication; wit bout date.
'GEORGE H. HORN.-A study of ('ryptobium of North America.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the Philonthi of Boreal America.
T. L. CASEY.-A preliminary monograph of the North American spe-
cies of Trogophl(eus. pp. 322-383.
T. L. CASEY.-Staphylinidcm. 1893.
Describes numerous new genera of the subfamily Aleocharinaw, with syn-
optic tables of many) genera. (See Henshaw's third supplement.)
G. F. ERICHSON.-Genera et Species Staphylinorum. Berlin, 1840,
pp. 954, 5 plis.

TRICHOPTERYGTDE.

A. MATTHEWS. -Trichopterygia illustrataetdescripta. London, 1872,
pp. 188, 31 pis.
A monograph of the Trichopterygidaw of the whole world.
A. MATTHEWS.-Synopsis of North American Trichopterygidn.

SCAPHIDIIDR.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Scaphidiidrn of the United
States. T. L. CAsEY.-Coleopterological Notices. V. Sci., Vol. VII, 1893, pp. 281-606.
Synopsis of the Scaphidiide.
T. L. CASEY.-[See work cited under Corylophide.]
Table of species of Scaphidium, Cyparium, Bteocera, and Scaphiomicrus.

PHALACRID.E.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Phalacridm of the United States.
T. L. CASEY.-Coleopterological Notices. I. Vol. V, 1891, pp. 39-185.
Contains a synopsis of the Phalacridae.







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CORTLOPHIDYE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Remarks upon the Coccinellidr of the United:!
States. The Corylophida are treated on pp. 141-145.
T. L. CASEY.-Review of the American Corylophidae, Cryptophagida,
Tritomidae, and Dermestide, with other studies. Entom. Soc., June, 1900, pp. 51-172.

COCCINELLIDAJE.

E. MTrLsANT.-Species des Coleopteres trimeres securipalpes. Lyon,
1851. 2 vols.; 1 vol. supplement. Paris, 1853.
A monograph of the Coccinellida of the whole world.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Remarks upon the Coccinellidae of the United
States. G. R.CRoTCH.-Revision of the Coccinellidre of the United States.
G. R. CROTCH.-Revision of the Coccinellidr. Ed. by R. Rippon.
London, 1874.
Treats of the Coccinellidae of the whole world.
T. L. CASEY.-A revision of the American Coccinellidae. N. Y. Entom. Soc., 1899, pp. 71-163.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Studies in Coccinellidae. Soc., 1895, pp. 81-114.
Synopsis of Scymnus and some other genera.

EROTYLIDE.

J. T. LACORDAIRE.-Monographie de la famille des Erotyliens. Paris,
1842, 8vo., pp. 543.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Erotylidae of the United States.
G. R. CROTCH.-Synopsis of the Erotylidme of Boreal America.
G. R. CROTCH.-Revision of the family Erotylidae. Vol. I, pp. 377-572. London [1876].
This work treats of the Erotylidae of the whole world.

ENDOMYCHIDME.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Endomychidse of the United
States. A. GERSTACKER.-Monographie der Endomychiden. Leipzig, 1858,
pp. 433.
Treats of the Endomychidve of the whole world.







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G. R. CROTCH.-Synopsis of the Endomychidwa of the United States.
COLY IIDtE.

GEORGE H. HORN.-[Revision of the I3ostrychidsc and] Synopsis of
the Colydiidzv of the United States. Vol. XVII, 1878, pp. 555-592.

RHYSSODIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Notes on the Rhyssodidfe of the United States.

CUCUJID4E.

JOHN L. LECoNTE.-Synopsis of the Cucujides of the United States.
T. L. CASEY.-Revision of the Cucujidte of America, north of Mexico.
IV-VIII.
CRYPTOPHAGID.E.

T. L. CASEY.-[See work cited under Corylophide].
A synopsis of the family.
MYCETOPHAGIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Mycetophagidr of the United
States. GEORGE H. HORN.--[Synoptic tables of Mycetophagus, Triphyllus,
and Litargus.] pp. 603-608.
T. L. CASEY.-[See work cited under Corylophidxe].
A synopsis of Mycetophagida (Tritomiida).

DERMESTIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Dermestidr of the United States.
HORACE F. JAYNE.-Revision of the Dermestide of the United States.
T. L. CASEY.-[See work cited under Corylophidaj].
A synopsis of this family.
HISTERIDE.

JOHN LECONTE.-A monograph of the North American Histeroides.





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,JOaN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the species of the Histeroid genus
Abraus Leach, inhabiting the United States, with descriptions of
two nearly allied genera. VI, 1853, pp. 287-292.
S. E. DE MARSEUL.-Essai monographique sur la famille des Hist-
rides. 2 vols. and supplement. Paris, 1853-1861,38 pl. Soc. Ent. de France.
A monograph of the HisteridTe of the whole world.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Synopsis of the Histeridie of the United States.
T. L. CAsEY.-Histeride. Gives synoptic tables or partial tables of various genera, em erated in
Henshaw's Third Appendix.

NITIDULIDAE.

GEORGE H. HoRN.-Revision of the Nitidulidce of the United States.
A. MURRAY.-Monograph of Nitidulida. don, Vol. XXIV, pp. 211-414 (1864).
Only the first part has been published.

MONOTOMIDE.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Synopsis of the Monotomide of the United States.
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LATHRIDHDE.
I
C. G. VON MANNERHIETM.-Versuch einer monographischen Darstel-
lung der Kiifergattungen Corticaria und Lathridius. / Zeits. f. Entom., Vol. V, 1845, pp. 1-112.
/JOHN L. LECONTE.-SVnopsis of the Lathridiides of the United
/ States and northern contiguous territories. 'I Sci. Phila., Vol. VII, 1855, pp. 299-305.
H. C. FALL.-Revision of the Lathridiide of Boreal America.
0. P. BELON.-Essai de classification generale des Lathridiide, avec
le catalogue systematique et alphabetique de toutes les especes du
Globe.
BYRRHIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Byrrhidte of the United States.
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IPA RN I IA.

. JOHN L.. LECoNTE.-Synopsis of the Parnidac of tih United States.
S GEORGE H. HtouN.-Synopsis of the Parnida? of the ITUnited States.

HIIETEROCERIDzE.

GEORGE 1I. HoRN.-The species of Heterocerus of Boreal America.

DASCYLLIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Atopidme, Rhipiceridae, and Cy-
phonidwe of t.h United States. Vol. VI, 1853, pp. 350-357.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the Dascyllida? of the United States.

RHIPICERIDIE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-[See paper just cited under Dascyllida.]
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Notes on Elateridtr, Cebrionidtr, Rhipiceridea?,
and Dascyllide. pp. 85-86.
ELATERIDtlE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Revision of the Elaterida of the United States.
E. DE CANDEZE.-Monographie des Elaterides. 4 vols. and 3 supple-
ments. Liege, 1857-1881,
H. DE BoNvoUtLOIR.-Monographie de la famille des Eucnemides.
Paris, 1871-1875, 42 plates, pp. 907.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Notes on Elateridaw, Cebrionida?, Rhipiceridw, and
Dascyllidr. Tabulates Aplastus, p. 77; Plastocerus, p. 78; Euthysanius, p. 79; and the
subfamily Cebrioninae, p. 82.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Short studies of North American Coleoptera
(No. 2). Tabulates Drasterius, p. 4; Megapenthes, p. 6; Elater, p. 8; Agriotes, p. 15.
GEORGE H. HORN.-A study of some genera of Elaterida?. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. XII, 1884, pp. 33-52.
Tabulates Horistonotus, p. 34; Esthesopus, p. 41; Ludius, p. 45; Eniconyx,
p.51.







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GEORGE H. HORN.-A monograph of the species of the subfamiliew
Eurneminte, Cerophytinse, and Perothopinse, inhabiting the United
States. GEORGE H. HORN.-A monograph of the species of Cryptohypnus of
Boreal America. F. BLANCHARD.-Revision of the species of Cardiophorus Esch. of
America, north of Mexico. . pp. 1-27.
THROSCID."

H. DE BONVOULOIR.-Essai monographique sur la famille des Thro-
scides. Paris, 1859-60; with supplement, 144 pp., 5 ps.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the Throscide of the United States.

BUPRESTIDiE.

CASTELNAU DE LAPORTE & GORY.-Monographie des Buprestides.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Revision of the Buprestidae of the United States.
G. R. CROTCH.-Notes on the species of Buprestida found in the United
States. GEORGE H. HORN.-Revision of some genera of Buprestidhe. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. X, 1882, pp. 101-112.
Revises the group Anthaxiae.
GEORGE H. HORN.-A monograph of the species of Chrysobothris
inhabiting the United States. XIII, 1886, pp. 65-123, Pis. Is-VII.
H. C. FALL.-Synopsis of the species of AcmBeodera of America, north
of Mexico. GEORGE H. HoRN.-The species of Agrilus of Boreal America.

LAMPYRIDAE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Lampyrides of Temperate North
America. 347.
JOHN L. LE CONTE.-Synopsis of the Lampyridae of the United States.

MALACHIIDIE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Catalogue of the Melyrides of the United States,
with descriptions of new species. Vol. VI, 1852, pp. 163-171.
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JOHN L. LECONTE.-Revision of the Dnsytini of the United States.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the Malachidal of the United States.
T. L. CASEY.-[Synopsis of the] Melyrida. Vol. VIII, 1895, pp. 456-606.

CLERID2E.

M. SPINOLA.-Essai monographique sur les. Cl6rites, insectes Col6op-
teres. Geneva, 1844, 2 vols., 47 pls.; Vol. I, pp. 386; Vol. II,
pp. 226.
JOHN L. LECONTE.- Synopsis of the Coleopterous insects of the
group Cleride which inhabit the United States. Nat. Hist. New York, Vol. V, 1849, pp. 9-35.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the species of Cymatodera and Tri-
chodes of the United States. V, 1876, pp. 220-232.

PTINID4E.

A. BoFLDIEU.-Monographie de la tribu des Ptiniores. Entom. de France, 1856, pp. 285-315.
A monograph of the subfamily Ptininte.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Prodromus of a monograph of the species of the
tribe Anobiini, of the family Ptinidm, inhabiting North America.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Revision of the Bostrichidr of the United States.
T. L. CASEY.-Studies in Ptinidke, Cioide, and Sphindida. N. Y. Entom. Soc., 1898, pp. 61-65.
Contains table of North American genera of Bostrichini, with synoptic tables
of species, pp. 65-76.
P. LESNE.-Revision des Coleopteres de la famille des Bostrychides.
tinued in subsequent volumes. Not yet completed.
A monograph of the entire family.

CTOID)E.

J. MELLItP.-Monographie de l'ancien genre Cis des auteurs. Soc. Entom. de France, 1848, pp. 205-274 and 313-396, 4 pls.
T. L. CASEY.-[See work just cited under Ptinidw.]
Contains a synopsis of the N. A. Cioide and Sphindidse pp. 76-93.
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JOHN L. LECONTE.-Ofl the Cupesidie of North America. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. V, 1874, pp. 87-88.

LUCANIDJ.

CHAS. FuCHS.-Synopsis of the Lucanidoe of the United States. Brooklyn Entom. Soc., Vol. V, 1882, pp. 49-52 and 57-60, 1 pl.

SCARABEIDN.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Notice of three genera of Scarabwidte found
in the United States. 1856, pp. 19-25.
Treats of Ligyrus, Aphonus, and Polymcechus.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Melolonthidae of the United
States. pp. 225-288.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Notes on some genera of Coprophagous Scara-
bteidn r of the United States. Ill, 1870, pp. 42-51.
Tabulates Copris, p. 42; Canthon, p. 44; Ainechanus (Bradycinetus), p. 48-
Bolboceras, p. 49; Odontwus, p. 50.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Description of the species of Aphodius and Dia-
lytes of the United States. LII, 1870, pp. 110-134.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Synopsis of Aphodiini of the United States.
Continuation of the foregoing paper.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Descriptions of new Coleoptera of the United
States, with notes on known species. Soc., Vol. II, o1870-'71.
Tabulates Cyclocephala, p. 334; Catalpa, p. 337; Cremastochilus, p. 339.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synonymical notes and descriptions of new spe-
cies of North American Coleoptera. Vol. V, 1875, pp. 126-156.
Tabulates Onthophagus, p. 137; Ligyrus, p. 143; Strategus, p. 143.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Revision of the United States species of Ochodieus
and other genera of Scaraboeidoe. Vol. V, 1876, pp. 177-197.
Tabulates Ochodeus, p. 177; Macrodactylus, p. 183; Dichelonycha, p. 185;
Cienonycha, p. 192; Trichius, p. 194.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Contributions to the Coleopterology of the United
States, No. 3. 139-154.
Tabulates Geotrupes, p. 144; Phileurus, p. 147; and describes the species of
Plectrodes, p. 145.




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FREDERICK BLANCHARD.-On tihe species of (Canthon and Phanmeus of
the United States, with notes on other genera. Entom. Soc., Vol. XII, 1885, pp. 1(63-172.
GEORGE H. HORN.-A monograph of the Aphodiini inhabiting the
United States. pp. 1-110.
Supersedes the two papers cited albo)ve.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Revision of the species of Lachnosterna of Amer-
ica north of Mexico. 1887, pp. 209-296, P1. III.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Notes on the species of Anomala inhabiting the
United States. J. B. SMITH.-Notes on the species of Lachnosterna of temperate
North America, with description of new species. Nat. Museum, Vol. XI. 1888, pp. 481-525, plates 48-60.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the Euphoriai of the United States.
GEORGE H. HORN.-A monographic revision of the species of Cre-
mastochilusof the United States. XVIII, 1879, pp. 382-397, PI. IV.

CERAMBYCIDAE.

S. S. HALDEMAN.--Materials toward a history of the Coleoptera Longi-
cornia of the United States. Vol. X, pp. 27-67; and Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc., Vol. IV, 1847, pp.
371-376.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-An attempt to classify the Longicorn Coleop-
tera of the part of America north of Mexico. Nat. Sci. Phila., ser. 2, Vol. I, 1850, pp. 311-340; Vol. II, 1852, pp.
5-38, 99-112, and 139-178.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Note on the classification of the Cerambycidw,
with descriptions of new species. 1862, pp. 38-42.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-New species of North American Coleoptera.
Prepared for the Smithsonian Institution. Part II. Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. XI. 1874.
Tabulates the following genera: Criocephalus, p. 169; Eburia, p. 179; Ela-
phidion, p. 181; Aneflus, p. 185; Crossidius, p. 196; Acmeops, p. 208;
Strangalia, p. 212; Typocerus, p. 213; Leptura, p. 215; Monilema,
p. 229; Monohammus, p. 231; Pogonocherus, p. 237; Saperda, p. 238.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Notes on some genera of Cerambycidte of the
United States. pp. 41-50.
Gives tables of Pogonocherus, p. 42; Mecas, p. 44; Oberea, p. 45; Tetraopes,
p. 48; Tetrops, p. 50.








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GEORGE H. HORN. Notes on sonm, genera of Cerambycide, with de-
scriptions of new species. VIII, 188, pp. 115-133.
A complete revision of the triple Acanthoderini, p. 115; tables of Etheceru,
p). 133; Cyllene, p. 134.
CHARLES WV. LENG. -Synopsis of Coleoptera [Cerambycidae]. Brooklyn Entom. Soc., Vol. VII, 1884, No. 1, p. 7, and in sub-
sequent numbers: continued in Entomologica Americana, Vols.
I-VI.
Follows the classification by Drs. Le Conte and Horn. The tables for the
determinationn of the species are partly reproduced from those given by
Dr. Le Conte or Dr. Horn, and partly original by Dr. Horn or by Mr.
Leng.
GEORGE H. HORN.--Descriptions of some new Cerambycidae, with
notes. Gives table o(if Oxoplus, p. 175; Stenosphenus, p. 177; Monilema, p. 180;
Monohaminus, p. 190; Goes, p. 193; Dorcaschema, p. 193; Oncideres,
p. 194; Eupogonius, p. 196; Dysphaga, p. 197.
CHARLES W. LENG and J. HAMINLTON.-The Laminae of North America.

CHRYSOMELIDAE.

E. SUFFRIAN.-Monographie und kritisches Verzeichniss der nord-
amerikanischen Cryptocephalen. VIII, 1852-54.
W. F. ROGERS.-Synopsis of the species of Chrysomela and allied gen-
era inhabiting the United States. Vol. VIII, 1856, pp. 29-39, 1 pl.
A synopsis of the present tribe Chrysomelini.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-On the species of Galeruca and allied genera
inhabiting North America. pp. 204-222.
A review of Galeruciii ,qeniini.
G. R. CROTCH.-Materials for the study of the Phytophaga of the
United States. A revision of most of the North American genera of Chrysomelidae, omitting
most of the Cryptoeephalini, the Galerucin genuni, and the genera
Haltica and Longitarsus.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Short studies of North American Coleoptera.'
Gives synoptic tables of M3onachus, p. 195; Diachus, p. 196; Triachus, p. 197;.
Bassareus, p. 198; Cryptocephalus, p. 199; Pachybrachys, p. 204.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Miscellaneous notes and short studies of North
Aimerican Coleoptera, Chrysomelida, Hispini. Entom. Soc., Vol. X, 1883, pp. 290-303.




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( OR(h Ri: II. 1Oi0c A s. *1 )sis <, t lhe ialtii inii o(f 1I1'rtl ,LA ui ,'if .
< 'Tl11ans. Anit'i. Entin11. So G(EORGE 11. 1]buN. Tii'n (iIheruIcini of Bloreald Aiii'ric.a. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1I813, pp. 57-136.
GEORGE H. HORN.-The Eumolpini of Boreal America. <-Trans.
Amer. Entom. Soc., 1892, pp. 195-234.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Studies in ('hrysomelida. Soc., 18922. pp. 1-18.
CHARLES W. LENo.-Revision of the D)onac'iav of Boreal America.
C. STIL.-Monographie des Chrysomelides de l'Amerique. Soc. Roy. Sci. Upsal., 1862, pp. 1-86; 1863, pp. 87-176; 1865,
pp. 177-365.
M. L. LINELL.-New species of Coleoptera of the family Chrvsomeli-
die, with short review of the tribe Chlamydini. Nat. Museum, Vol. XX, 1897, pp. 473-485.
M. L. LINELL.-A short revision of the Chrvsomelas of North Amer-
ica. <,Journ. N. Y. Entom. Soc. December, 1896, pp. 195-200.

BRUCHIDE.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Revision of the Bruchidr of the United States.

TENEBRIONID.E.

GEORGE H. HORN.--R.evision of the Tenebrionidci of America, north
of Mexico. pp. 253-404, 2 pls.
T. L. CASEY.-Coleopterological Notices. II. Sci., Vol. V, 1890. pp. 307-503.
Contains synopses of various groups and genera <(f Tenel)rioni(d: which are
enumerated in Henshaw's 3d Supplement.

CISTELI D.E.

T. L. CASEY.-Coleopterological Notices. III. Sci., Vol. VI (1892), pp. 9-214.
Contains synopses of the Cistelid&e and of the tribe Cleonini of the Curculion-
ide.
OTHNIIDE.

The few species of the single genus constituting this family have been
tabulated by Dr. Horn in Trans. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. 11.
1868, pp. 132, 133.




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LAGRIIDAE.

GEORGE H. HoRN.-Miscellaneous Coleopterous studies. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. XV, 1888, pp. 26-48.
Contains on pp. 28-32 a synopsis of the family.

MONOMMID2E.

JAMES THOMSON. -Monographic de la famille des Monommides.
A monograph of the family of the whole world. The few (four) species
hitherto found in North America are tabulated by Dr. Horn in Trans.
Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. IV, 1872, p. 150.

MELANDRYIDE.

No complete synopsis has hitherto been published, and excepting a
table of Hallomenus, by Dr. Le Conte (Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc.,
Vol. XVII, 1878, p. 619), I can only record the following papers:
GEORGE H. HORN.-Notes on the Mycteridae and other Heteromera.
Tabulates Mycterus and Lacconotus.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Miscellaneous Coleopterous studies. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. XV, 1888, pp. 26-48.
Contains on pp. 32-44 a .revised table ot the tribes of Melandryidte and
tables of the genera Eustrophus, Holostrophus, Orchesia, and Hypulus.
T. L. CASEY.-[See work cited under Corylophidae.]
Contains table of tribe Tetratomini.

PYTHIDE.

Excepting the table of Cononotus, by Dr. Horn (Trans. Am. Entom.
Soc., Vol. II, 1868, p. 136), and a table of Pytho, by the same
author (I. c. Vol. XV, 1888, p. 45), we have no synoptic papers
on this family.

(EDEMERIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE. -Synopsis of the (Edemeridoe of the United
States. GEORGE H. HORN.-The (Edemeridwe of Boreal America. Calif. Acad. Sci., Vol. VI (1896), pp. 382-421.

CEPHALOIr j.

The few species composing this family are tabulated by Dr. Le Conte
in Mr. E. P. Austin's catalogue of the Coleoptera of Mount
Washington, N. H. 1874, pp. 265-276.







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T. L. CASEY.-Studies in ('phLhmdlv. <,Entoni. News, 1898, pp.
193-195.
Table of genera andi table of Sponidium.

MORDELLIDI)2E.
JOHN L. IECONTE.-Synopsis of the Mordellidch of the United States.
- JOHN B. SMITH.-A synopsis of the Mordellida, of the United States.

RHIPIPHORIDRE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Note on the species of Myodites Latr., inhabit-
ing the United States. 96-98. See also "Short Studies of North American Coleoptera."'
GEORGE H. HORN.-Notes on the species of Rhipiphorus of the United
States.
ANTHICIDME.

F. DE LA FERTE-SENECTtRE.-Monographie des Anthicus et genres
voisins, Coleopteres heteromeres de la tribus des Trachelides.
Paris, 1848, 8vo, 340 pp., 16 pls.
JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Anthicites of the United States.
JomHN L. LECoNTE.-Synopsis of the Pyrochroidw of the United
States. 270-275.
The tribes Pedilini, Xylophilini, and Macratrini, formerly attached to the
Pyrochroidve, are here treated.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the species of Corphyra Say, of the
United States. 278-283.
For subsequent tables by Dr. Horn of the same genus see Trans. Amer. Ent.
Soc., Vol. V, 1874, p. 40, and, 1. c., Vol. X, 1883, pp. 305-310.
T. L. CAsEY.-Coleopterological notices. VI. Sci., Vol. VIII (1895), pp. 435-838.
Synopsis of the Anthicide.
GEORGE H. HORN.-Synopsis of the United States species of Notoxus
and Mecynotarsus. 176.
PYROCHROIDE.

JOHN L. LECONTE.-Synopsis of the Pyrochroide of the United
States. 275.



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GEORGE H. HORN.-Miscellaneous Coleopterous studies. Amer. Entom. Soc., Vol. XV, 1888.
Contains on p. 47 a table (of Dendroides. i
I,
MELOIDE.

JoaN L. LECoNTE.-Synopsis of the Meloides of the United States.
GEORGE H. HoRx.-Revision of the species of several genera of Me-
loidhr of the United States. XIII. 1873. pp. 88-117.
(Gives tables of Macrobasis, p. 88; Epicauta, p. 95; Cantharis, p. 103; Pom-
phoplWea, p. 115.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Studies among the Meloide. Entom. Soc., 1885. pp. 10)7-116. pl. v.
Contains synoptic tables of Macrobasis and Tetraonyx and synopsis of Pyrota.

RHYNCHOPHORA.

C. J. SCH(ENHERR.-Genera et species Curculioniduni cum synonymia
hujus familiar . 8 vols.. Paris. 1833-34.
An additional volume. Mantissa secunda families Circulionidum, appeared
in 1847.
A monograph of the Rhynchophora (including the Bruchidte) of the whole
world, but now antiquated.
C. ZI3LMERMANN. -Synopsis of the Scolytida of America, north of Mex-
ico. With Notes and an Appendix by J. L. Le Conte. Amer. Entom. Soc.. Vol. II. 1S68. pp. 141-178.
F. CHAPuIS.-Synopsis des Scolytides. Liege. 1869, pp. 61.
A general classification.
VW. EICHHOFF.-Ratio. description, emendatio Tomicinorum. Mem.
Liege, (2) 1878. viii. pp. 1-531.
A monograph of the Scolvtid.e, subfamily Tomicina-, of the whole globe.
GEORGE H. HORN.-The Brenthide of the United States. SAmer. Entom. Soc.. Vol. IV. 1872. pp. 127-129.
GEORGE H. HoRN.-Contributions to a knowledge of the Curculioni-
da of the United States. 1873. pp. 407-469.
A revision of the Calandridie and synopses of Otidocephalus, p. 448; Mag-
dalis, p. 452; Balaninus. p. 457: Orchestes, p. 461; Rhyssematus, p. 463;
Chalcodermus. p. 465; Analcis, p. 467.
JOHN B. SMITH.-Synopsis of the Apionine of North America.
JohnN L. LECONTE and GEORGE H. HORN.-The Rhynchophora of
America. north of Mexico. XV. 1876, pp. 1-455.
A monograph of the North Ameriran Rthynchophora.




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FR.EDERICK BLANCI, AII). ---Tale of lialaninus (;erin. lyn Entom. Soc.., \'V l. VII, ISS4, l)!). ll6-ls.

W. G. I)IF:TZ. -Revision of the genera and species of Anthononii
S inhabiting North America. S pp. 177-27(6.
|W. G. lDIETZ.-Revision of the genera and species of I)esmori of
Li North America. W. G. DIETZ.--Revision of the genera and species of Ceutorhynchini
inhabiting No th America. pp. 387-48o.
W. G. DIETZ.-OiOn the species of Macrops Kirby. inhabiting North
America. H. C. FALL.-Revision of the species of Apion of America, north of
Mexico. T. L. CASEY.-On some new North American Rhynchophora. N. Y. Acad. Sci., Vol. IV, 1888, pp. 229-296.
Contains synopses of several genera which are enumerated in Henshaw's
third supplement, and of the genus Sitonis.
T. L. CAsEY.-Co'eopterological Notices. IV. Sci., Vol. VI, 1892, pp. 359-712.
Synopses of portions of the Rhynchophora.
,T. L. CASEY.-Coleopterological Notices. VI. Sci., Vol. VIII, 1895, pp. 435-838.
Contains synoptic tables of the following genera: Lepyrus (pp. 821-828);
Plectromodes (pp. 829-832); Rhyvssematus (pp. 832-836).
T. L. CASEY.-Coleopterological Notices. VII. Sci., Vol. IX, 1897, pp. 285-6s4.
Contains the following synopses: Balaninus (part), pp. 655-664; tribe Zygo-
pini, pp. 666-679; Tachygonus, pp. 679-681.

HEMIPTERA.

Heteroptera.

I.-CATA. 1 LOGUES AND CHECK-LISTS.
F. A. DoHRN.-Catalogus Hemipterorumni. Stettin, 1859.
PHILIP R. UIHLER.-Check-List of the Hemiptera Heteroptera of
North America. Published by the Brooklyn Entom. Soc., 1886.
L. LETHIERRY et G. SEVERIN.-Catalogue general des H6mipteres.
3vols. 1893-1896. These include all the Heteroptera except the ('apsida, and the Cryptocerata.
IL-GENERAL WORKS ON CLASSIFICATION.

SC. W. HAHN und G. A. W. HERRICHI-SCHAEFFER.-Die wanzenartigen
S Insecten. 10 vols. Nuernberg, 1831-1853.
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C. J. B. AMYOT et J. G. AUDINET-SERVILLE.-H miptres. Suites
Buffon. Histoire Naturelle des Insectes. Paris, 1843.
C. STRL.-Analecta hemipterologica. Berlin, 1866-1869. 3 parts.
Originally published in the Berlin. entom. Zeitschr.
C. STXL.-Hemiptera Fabriciana, secundum exempla Musei Hafniensis
et Kieliensis descripta. 2 parts. Handle 1868-1869.
,J. G. SCHIOEDTE.-Einige neue HauptsAitze der Morphologie und Sys-
tematik der Rhynchoten. P. R. UHLER.-List of Hemiptera of the region west of the Mississippi
River, including those collected during the Hayden explorations
of 1873. tories, Vol. I, 1875, pp. 267-361, Pis. XIX-XXI.
) P. R. UHLER.-Report upon the insects collected by P. R. Uhler during
j the exploration of 1875, including monographs of the families
Cydnidae and SaldidEe, and the Hemiptera collected by A. S. Pack-
2 ard, M. D. No. 2, 1877, pp 355-475.
1 STAL.-Enumeratio Hemipterorum. Bidrag till en forteckning
ofver alia hitills kiinda Hemiptera (or: Index specierum omnium
hucusque cognitarum cum observationibl)us systematicis). Svensk. Vet.-Akad. Handl., 1870-1877, 5 parts.
U. STAL.-Bidrag till Hemipterenas Systematik. Akad. FOrh. 1867, pp. 491-560.
Synopses of genera of Pentatomidae and Coreidae.
HERBERT OSBORN.-Classification of Hemiptera. Amer., Vol. I, 1885, pp. 21-27.
Short characterization of the whole order, with tables of suborders and
families.
H. E. SUMMERs.-The true bugs, or Heteroptera, of Tennessee.
Contains a table of the families, tables of genera of all aquatic forms,
of the Emesidae, Nabidte, Phymnatidwe, Aradidre, Tingitidse, and the
Cydnida.

IHL.-MONOGRA PHS AND SYNOPSES.

Heteroptera.

SCUTELLERIDE.

E. F. GERMAR.-Beitrage zu einer Monographie der Schildwanzen.
Now greatly antiquated; treats of the Scutelleridr and Corimelamnidse.

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(CYDNI I)E.

R. UHLER.-Summniary of the Cydnidae of North America in report
upon the insects collected by P. R. Uhler, etc. <13Bul. U. S.
Geolog. Survey, Vol. III, 1877, pp. 366-396.
V. SIGNORET.-R6vision du group des Cydnidcs de la famille des
Pentatomides. and subsequent volumes to 1884.
A monograph of the Cydnidwe of the whole world.

SPENTATOMIDiE.

H. E. SurMMERs.-A generic synopsis of the Nearctic Pentatomidaw.
S CAPSID.ZE.

E. T. ATKINSON.-Catalogue of the Capsidre. Soc. Bengal, Vol. LVIII, Part II (1889), pp. 200.
The only catalogue of the Capsids of the world.
0. M. REUTER.-Capsinee ex America boreali in Musco Holmiensi
asservatme. <0fver. K. Vet.-Akad. Forh., 1875, pp. 59-92.
0. M. REUTER. -Hemiptera Gyinuocerata Europm.. Hclsingfors,
Vol. I, 1878; Vol. 11, 1879; Vol. IIl, 1883; Vol. IV, 1891; Vol. V,
1896.
Most important for the study of the Capsilie.

ACANTHIIDiE.

0. M. REUTER.--Acanthiidae Americanm. <()fver. K. Vet.-Akad.
Forh., 1871, pp. 557-567.
0. M. REUTER.- Monographia Anthocoridarumn orbis terrestris.

ARADID4E.
E. BERGROTH.-Notes on the Nearctic Aradidr. Wash., Vol. II, pp. 332-338 (1892).

PHYMATID3E.
A. HANDLIRSCH.-Monographie der Phymatiden. Hofmuseums, Wien., 1897, Vol. XII, pp. 127-230.

REDUVIIDE.
C. STAL.-Monographie der Gattung Conorhinus und Verwandten.
Berliner entom. Zeitschr., Vol. III, 1859, pp. 312-328.
i:C. STAL.-Bidrag till Reduviidernas kannedomen. S Akad. Forh., 1866, pp. 235-302.








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0. M. REUTER.-Nabidte novre et minus cognitte. Akad. Forh., Vol. XXIX, 1872 (1873), pp. 79-96.

EMESIDE.

F. A. DOHRN.-Beitrage zu einer monographischen Bearbeitung der
Familic der Emesina. 206-355, Table I.
SALDID.E.


P. R. UHLER.-Family Saldidae.


(Report upon the insects coll


by P. R. Uhler during the explorations of 1875.) Geolog. and Geogr. Survey, Vol. III, No. 2, 1877, pp. 429-452.

BELOSTOMID&.

JOSEPH LEIDY.-History and anatomy of the Hemipterous genue
Belostoma. 57-67, Pl. I.


LPoN. DuFOuR.-Essai monographique sur les B6lostomides.
Soc. Entom. de France, 1863, pp. 373-400.
G. MAYR.-Die Belostomiden. Monographisch bearbeitet.
k. k. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, 1871, pp. 399-440.

NOTONECTIDIE.





F. X. FIEBER.-Rhynchotographien, drei monographische Abhandlun
gen. Sciocoridte, Oxycarenus, Notonecthe. bohm. Ges. der Wiss. Prag, Ser. 5, Vol. VII, 1851, pp. 425-488.


G. W. KIRKALDY.-Revision of the Notonectidal, Part I.
Entomrn. Soc. London, 1897, pp. 393-426.

CORISID.E.

F. X. FIEBER.-Species generis Corisa monographice
pp.213-260.


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dispositae.
VII, 1852,


GALGULIDAE.

F. X. FIEBER.-Genera Hvdrocoridum secundum ordinem natural


in families disposita.




Vol. VII, 1852, pp. 181-212,4 pls.


Homoptera.

CICADID2E.


CHARLES WILLIAM WOODWORTH.-Synopsis of North American Ci
did,.






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P. R. U HLER.-Preliminarv survey of the (C'icadida of the UTnited
States, Antilles, and Mexico. pp. 175-179.
|lASSII).: (including the Titt;t/ofln h').
P. VAN D)UZEE. -A catalogue of the described fassoidea of North
S America. E. P. VAN DUZEE.-A synoptical arrangement of the genera oif the
Lg North American Jassidaw, etc. S pp. 295-307.
SV. SIGNORET.--Revue iconiographiquc des Tettigon(id(es. S Entom. de France, 1853-1855, with colored plates.
V. SIGNORET.-Essai sur les Jassides Stal, Fiel., et plus particuliere-
ment sur les Aeoccphalides Puton. S 1879-1880.
CHARLES WILLIAM WooDnwowTi.--Jassid& of Illinois, Part 1. Ill. State Lab. Nat. Hist., Vol. III, 1887, pp. 09-33.
H. OSBORN and E. D. BALL.-Studies. of North American Jassoidea.
Contains a review of Agd/hv.
H. OSBORN and E. D. BALL. -Contributions to the Hemipterous fauna
of Iowa. Contains a review of Ddetocephltwh.
H. OSBORN and E. D. BALL.--The genus Pediopsis; a review of the
North American species. Vol. VII (1900), pp. 111-123.
H. OSBORN and E. D. BALL.--A review of the North American species
of Idiocerus. pp. 124-138.
CHARLES WILLIAM WOODWORTIi.-On the genus Cicadula. Vol. V (1889), pp. 75-76.
E. P. VAN DUZEE.-Review of the North American species of Pedi-
opsis. E. P. VAN DUZEE.-A revision of the North American species of
Phlepsius. J. SPANBERG. -Species Gypona Generis Homniopterorum. j till k. Svenska Vet.-Akad. Handl.. 1878.
C. F. BAKER.-The North American species of Gnathodus. Entom., 1896, pp. 35-42.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-A generic synopsis of the Bythoscopide. S Amer., 1889, pp. 125-126.
'E. P. VAN DuZEE.-Review of the North American speciesof Bythos-
copus.






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CHARLES WILLIAM WOODWORTH.-North American Typhlocybini.
C. P. GILLETTE.-American leaf hoppers of the subfamily Typhlocy-
binwe. H. OSBORN.-The genus Scaphoideus. Vol. XIX (1900), pp. 187-209, 2 pis.

CERCOPIDLE.

V. SIGNORET.-Revue critique du group des Tettigonides et de la1
tribal des Cercopides. pp. 173-184. l
F. W. GODING.-Synopsis of the subfamilies and genera of the NorthI
American Cercopidfe, with a bibliographical catalogue of the
described species. i (1895), pp. 483-501.
E. D. BALL.-A study of the genus Clastoptera. & Acad. Sci., Vol. Ill (1896), pp. 182-193, 4 pis.
FULGORIDXE.

J. 0. WESTWOOD.-On the family Fulgoridre, with a monograph of
the genus Fulgora of Linnaeus. Vol. XVIII, 1839, pp. 133-238, 1 pl.
C. STAU.-Die amerikanischen Fulgoriden-Gattungen synoptisch be-
schrieben. 258.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-A generic synopsis of the Fulgorid". Amer., 1888, pp. 1-6, 21-28.
E. P. VAN DUZEE.-A preliminary review of the North American
Delphacidte. 225-261.
E. P. VAN DUZEE.-Observations on some northern Derbida. Entom., 1889, pp. 159 and 176.
P. R. UHLER.-Aids to a recognition of some North American genera.
and species of the old family Fulgoridne. Acad. Sci., 1900, pp. 401-408.
Treats of the species of Scolops.
MEMBRACTD.LE.
C. STAL.-Bidrag till Membracidernas KAinnedom. Vet.-Akad. Forhandl., 1869.
F. W. GoDING.-Bibliographical and synonymical catalogue of the
described Memnbracidpe of North America. Nat. Hist., Vol. Ill (1894), pp. 391-482.




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F. W. GonIN. A svnopsis Of t lhei sI Ilfamitlies Iani 11<.11,rs of the MI(,-
Ibracidaiv of Northli Azllt'l'ii. pp. 253-260.
PS I'YLII D.E.

FRAtNZ L'w.-Ziri Systematik der Psylloden. bot. Ges. in Wien., 1878, pp. 58;)-(610.
Characteristics and tables of the European sulfamilics and genera. Super-
sedes all previous classifications.
W. H. ASHMEAD.-On the Aphliididae of Florida. with descriptions of
new species. Family Psyllide. pp. 220-225.
Gives a list of the North American species, with descriptions of several new
ones.
C. V. RILEY.-Notes on North American Psyllidah. Soc. Wash., Vol. II, 1884, pp. 67-79.
A classified list of the North American Psyllidh hitherto described, with
short characteristics of the subfamilies, and descriptions of some new
genera and species.
C. W. MALLY.-Psyllidie found at Aines. Vol. 11 (1894), pp. 152-171, 3 pis.
A list of the described species, with a few additions.

APIIDID.E.

BENJAMIN D. WALSH.-On the genera of Aphidm found in the United
States. 310.
CYRUS THOMAS.-Notes of the Plant-lice found in the United States.
A review bf the family, including the Psyllidce; reproduces the descriptions
of earlier authors, and adds descriptions of new species.
CYRUS THOMAS.-A list of the species of the tribe Aphidini, family
Aphide, found in the United States, which have been heretofore
named, with descriptions of some new species. Ill. St. Labor, Nat. Hist., 1878, pp. 3-16.
C. V. RILEY and J. MONELL.-Notes on the Aphidide of the United
States, with descriptions of species occurring west of the Missis-
sippi. ries, Vol. V, No. 1, 1879, pp. 1-32, 2 pls.
Riley gives the biology and description of several Pemphiginmr; Monell,
descriptions, with occasional tables, of a number of Aphidinfe.
CYRUS THOMAS.-Eighth Report of the State Entomologist on the
noxious and beneficial insects of the State of Illinois. Annual Report, by Cyrus Thomas, Springfield, 1879.
The report treats wholly on the Aphididhe of the United States and is an
enlargement of the author's paper in the Trans. Ill. Hortic. Soc., 1877.




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G(EOR(E B. BuCKTON.-Monograph of the British Aphides. 4 vole.1,
Ray Society, London, 1875-1883.
This is the latest European work on this family, containing tables for the
determination of the genera.
0. W. OESTLUND.-Synopsis of the Aphididue of Minnesota. No. 4, Geolog. and Nat. Hist. Survey of Minn., St. Paul, 1887.
1V. H. ASHMEAD.-A generic synopsis of the Aphididse. Amer., 1889, pp. 185-189.
r. A. WILLIAMS.-Host-plant list of North American Aphidids.
Spec. Bul. No. 1, Univ. Nebr., Dept. Entom., 1891.7

ALEURODIDAE.
A. L. QUAINTANCE.-Contributions toward a monograph of thel.I
American Aleurodidee. Entom., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, pp. 1-64.

COCCID.E.
V. SIGNORET.-Essai sur les Cochenilles. France, 1868-1876.
J. H. COMSTOCK.-Report on scale insects. Commissioner of Agriculture for the year 1880, Washington, 1881,
pp. 276-349, pis.
J. H. COMSTOCK.-Second Report on scale insects, including a mono-:
graph of the subfamily Diaspitii of the family Coccidae and a list,;
with notes, of the other species of scale insects found in North'
America. inent Station, 1882-83, Ithaca, N. Y., 1883, pp. 47-143, Pis. I-.V.
WV. H. ASIHMEAD.-A generic synopsis of the Coccide. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1891, pp. 92-102.
T. D. A. COCKERELL.-Tables for the determination of the genera of,
Coccidci. J A. COCKERELL.-A check-list of the Coccidne. Lab. Nat. Hist., Vol. IV (1896), pp. 318-339.
T. D. A. COCKERELL.-First supplement to the check-list of the Coen o
cidte. 398.
T. I). A. COCKERELL.-A check-list of the Nearetic Coccidie. Entom., 1894, pp. 31-36.
T. D. A. COCKERELL.-Table of North American Kermes, based on
external characters. W. NEWELL.-On the North American species of the subgener
Diaspidiotus and Hemiiherlesia, of the genus Aspidiotus. trib. Dept. Zool. Entom., Iowa St. Coll. Agric. and Mech. Arts,
No. 3, August, 1899. 1


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R. A. ('ool-Y.--Th Coctid geinii'a ('hi, 111p1i 1V( lli'ImiChionai.spis.
9 pis.
G. B. KING.-Trhe genus Kermes in North America. 1900, pp. 78-84.
PHYSAPODA (THRIPIDAE).

A. H. HALIDAY.-An Epitomne of the British genera i'in the Order
Thysanoptera, with indications of a few of the species. Mag., Vol. III, 1836, pp. 439-451.
FRANCIS WALKER.-List of specimens of HIomiopterous Insects in the
collection of the British Museum. 5 vols. and 1 vol. Supplement.
London, 1850-'58.
The Physapoda, compiled from Haliday's manuscripts, are treated in the
supplement.
A. M. BEACH.--Contributions to a knowledge of the Thripidm of Iowa.
Tables for genera and species.
H. UzEL.-Monographie der Ordnung Thysanoptera. Koniggratz,
1895,4to, 472 pp., 10 pls.
PEDICULID.E.
H. DENNY.-Monographia Anoplurorum Britannir, or an essay on
the British species of parasitic insects. London, 1842, 26 pls.
C. G. A. GIEBEL.-Insecta epizoa. Die auf Saiigethieren und Vdgeln
schmarotzenden Insekten. Nach Zeichnungen von C. L. Nitzsch.
Leipzig, 1874, 20 pis.
ANDREW MURRAY.-Economic Entomology. Aptera. South Ken-
sington Museum Science Handbooks. London and New York, 1877.
The Pediculidie are treated on pp. 384-400.
P. MEGNIN.-Les Parasites et les maladies parasitaires chez P'homme,
les animaux domestiques et les animaux savages avec lesquels ils
peuvent etre en contact. Insectes, Arachnides, Crustaces. Paris,
1880.
The Pediculida- are treated on pp. 72-79.
E. PIAGET.-Les Pediculines. Description de toutes les especes obser-
vees, enrichie d'especes nouvelles. Leyden, 1880, 56 pls.; Sup-
plement, 1885, 17 pls.

ORTHOPTERA.
1.-CA TALOG (GTES.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Catalogue of the described Orthoptera of the
United States and Canada. Vol. VIII (1900). Price, $1.
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SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-A catalogue of the Orthoptera of North Amer-
ica described previous to 1867. cellaneous Collections 189, 1868.
An alphabetical, not synonymical, list of the Orthoptera described from
North America; contains also a full bibliography up to 1867.

II-LOCAL LISTS.

J. SIDNEY SMITH.-Orthoptera of the State of Maine. land Soc. Nat. Hist., 1868, pp. 143-151.
A synonymical catalogue of the Orthoptera found in Maine, with notes on
habits and distribution of the species.
CYRUS THOMAS.-A list of the Orthoptera of Illinois. Mus. Nat. Hist., No. 1, 1876, pp. 59-69.
A synonymical list of the Orthoptera found in Illinois.
C. H. FERNALD.-The Orthoptera of New England. Mass. Agric. Col., 1888, pp. 61.
W. BEUTENMCLLER.-Descriptive catalogue of the Orthoptera found
within fifty miles of New York City. Hist., Vol. VI, pp. 253-316. (1894).

III.-GENERAL WORKS ON CLASSIFICATION.
S. H. SCJDDER.-Guide to the genera and classification of the North
American Orthoptera. Cambridge, Mass., 1897.
Contains a bibliography.
C. BRUNNER VON WATTENWYL.-Revision du systfme des Orthopteres,
et description des especes rapportees par M. Leonardo Fea de
Birmamie. 1-230.
J. G. AUDINET-SERVILLE.-Histoire naturelle des Insectes Orthop-
teres. Paris, 1839, 776 pp., 14 pls.
Natural history of the order up to date, with bibliography and list of species
described.
HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Orthoptera nova Americana (Diagnoses pre-
liminares). Series I-III. Contains synoptical tables of species, besides descriptions of numerous North
American Orthoptera.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Materials for a monograph of the North Ameri-
can Orthoptera. pp. 409-480.
Contains synoptical tables and a review of the system used for classification.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Remarks upon the arrangement of the familiesJ
of Orthoptera. also separate under the title: Entomological Notes, Vol. II, pp. 7-14.








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SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Synoi)ti('Il tulbh's tor deterinliing North Anieri-
can insects. Orthopterla. Synopsis of the families of ( )rtli il pttran; also a list o(f useful works in the study
of North American Orthoptera.

1,-SYNOPSES .1 ND MONUGI:l. i'L

FORFICULIDWE.

H. DoHRN.-Versuch einer Monographic der Dermaptercn. tiner entom. Zeit., Vols. XXIV-XXVI, 1(863-1865.
A monograph of the Forficulide of the whole worIl.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER. -Synoptical tables for determining North Ameri-
can insects. Orthoptera. U. S. Forficularia. 1876, pp. 177, 178.
Tabulates thirteen species and gives a list of books useful for tie study of
the family.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Brief Synopsis of North American Earwigs,
with an appendix on the fossil species. Geogr. Survey of the Territories, Vol. II, No. 3, 1876, pp. 249-
260.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Critical and historical notes on Forficulari'e,
including descriptions of new generic forms and an alphabetical
synonymic list of the described species. Hist., July-October, 1876, Vol. XVIII, pp. 287-332.
W. F. KIRBY.-A revision of the Forticulidc with descriptions of
new species in the British Museum. <-Journ. Linn. Soc. Lon-
don, Zool., XXIII (1890), pp. 502-531.

BLATTIDAE.

HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Orthoptera nova Americana (Diagnoses prae-
liminares). Ser. III. Contains descriptions of new Blattidr, with synoptical arrangement.
C. BRUTNNER VON WATTENWYL.-Nouveau systeme des Blattaires.
Vienna, 1865, 426 pp., 13 pis.
Synoptical arrangement of all described species, with descriptions of many
new ones; also bibliography on the family.
HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Melanges Orthopterologiques. 6 fascicules.
Geneva, 1863-1878.
Fascicule II contains the Blattide.
W. L. BLATCHLEY.-The Locustidae and Blattidte of Indiana. Ind. Acad. Sci., 1892, pp. 92-163.
PHASMID2E.

[SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Summary of the U. S. Phasmidae. S Entom., 1895, pp. 29-30.




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GEORGE R. GRAY.-Synopsis of the species of insects belonging to
the family of Phasmidce. London, 1835.
J. 0. WESTWOOD.-A catalogue of the Orthopterous insects in the
British Museum. Part I, Phasmidae. London, 1859.
C. STAL.-Recensio Orthopterorum. Revue critique des Orthopthres
decrits par Linne, De Geer et Thunberg. Part 3. Stockholm,
1875.
Synoptical tables of the genera of Phasmide, with notes on many species.

MANTIDE.

SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Index to the Mantide of North America,
north of Mexico. HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Essai d'un systAme des Mantides. d. schweiz. entom. Ges., Vol. III, 1869, pp. 49-73.
Classification of the Mantidae. Part 2 contains descriptions of North Amer-
ican species.
HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Additions au systkme des Mantides. Geneva,
1871.
Synoptic table of genera and species of North American Mantidae.
:IENRI DE SAUssuRE.-Mantides americains. Mex., II, 1. Geneva, 1871, 186 pp., 2 pis.
A synopsis of the North American species.
J. 0. WESTWOOD.-Revisio Insectorum Famihle Mantidarum, Spe-
ciebus novis aut minus cognitis descriptis et delineatis. London,
1889.

GRYLLID2E.

SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Revision of the large, stylated, fossorial
crickets. I, No. 1, 1869.
Description of the species of Scapteriscus and Gryllotalpa.
HENRI DE SAUSSURE.-Melanges Orthopterologiques. Gryllides. Two
parts. Geneva, 1877-78.
A monograph of the family, containing synoptical tables of the genera and
species.
C. A. HART.-On the species of CEcanthus. pp. 33-34.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The species of Nemobius found in North
America. W. S. BLATCHLEY.-The Gryllide of Indiana. Sci., 1891, pp. 126-144.








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LOCTSTI D,..

C. STAL.-Recensio Orthopterorum. Revue critique des Orthopteres
d6crits par Linn6e, )e Geer et Thunberg. (Part 2.) Stockholm,
1874, 121 pp.
Contains synoptical tales of the genera.
C. BRUNNER VON WATTENWYL.-Monographie der Phaneropteriden.
Wien, 1878, 402 pp., 8 pls.
A synoptical monograph of the Katydids of the world, with full bibliography
and full synonymy of the species.
IGNACIO BoLIVAR.-Arthropodos del viage al Pacifico, verificado de
1862-1865 por una comision de naturalistas enviada por el Go-
bierno Espafiol. Insectes Neuropteros y Ortopteros. Madrid,
1884, 114 pp., 3 pls.
Contains a synoptical table of the genus Conocephalus, with descriptions of
new species.
C. BRUNNER VON WATTENWYL.-Monographie der Pseudophylliden.
J. REDTENBACHER.-Moinographie der Conocephaliden. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien, 1891,' pp. 315-562.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The North American Ceuthophili. Amer. Acad. Arts and Sci., Vol. XXX (1894), pp. 17-113.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The Orthopteran group Scudderia. Amer. Acad. Arts and Sei., Vol. XXXIII (1898), pp. 271-290.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-A preliminary review of the North American
Decticidte. SAFMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The described species of Xiphidium in the
United States and Canada. J. McNEILL.-Orchelinum Serv. SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The Stenopelmatinau of the Pacific Coast.
W. L. BLATCHLEY.-The Locustid, and Blattidaw of Indiana. Ind. Acad. Sci., 1892, pp. 92-163.
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ACRIDIIDE.

C. STAL.-Recensio Orthopterorum. Revue critique des Orthoptkres
decrits par Linne, De Geer et Thunberg. Part 1. Acrididfe.
Stockholm, 1873, 154 pp.
A synoptical arrangement of the genera of the family, with descriptions of
new genera and species.
CYRUS THOMAS.-Synopsis of North American Acrididw. U. S. Geolog. Survey, Vol. V, Part 1, 1873.
A systematical arrangement of the described species of North American
locusts; Part 1. Species of the United States; Part 2. Species from
other parts of North America.







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SAMUEL H. ScuDDER.-Spharagemon, a genus of CEdipodids; with a
revision of the species. XVII, 1875, pp. 467-471. Separate, under the title: Entom.
Notes, IV, pp. 66-70.
A synopsis of the genus, with descriptions of new species.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-A revision of two American genera of ICEdi-
podide. <-.Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. XVII, 1875, pp.
478-485. Separate, under the title: Entom. Notes, IV, pp. 77-84.
A synopsis of the genera Encoptolophus and Tragocephala.
CYRUS THOMAs.-Manual of economic entomology. Part III. The
Acrididte of Illinois. . of the State of Illinois, 1880, pp. 73-140.
Contains a synoptical table or key to the families of Orthoptera, a key to
the subfamilies and genera, and a key to the Illinois species of Acrididse.
LAWRENCE BRUNER.-North American Acrididte, north of Mexico.
A systematical list of the species described from North America.
HIENRI DE SAUSsuRE.-Prodromus CEdipodiorum Insectorum ex ordine
Orthopterorum. 4to, 254 pp.
A synoptical monograph of the subfamily CEdipodinm of all countries, with
descriptions of new species.
C. STAL.-Systenma Acrideorum. 1878, pp. 100.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Revision of the Orthopteran group Melanopli
(Acrididr), with special reference to North American forms..
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The Orthopteran genus Hippiscus. Vol. VI, 1892. [Continued in several numbers.]
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The North American species of Orphulella.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The species of the Orthopteran genus Derot-
memna. March, 1900, pp. 387-395.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.---Some genera of CEdipodidae rescued from the
Tmyxalid e. SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-Supplement to a revision of the Melanopli.
(1899.)
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The Orthopteran genus Schistocerca. Amer. Acad. Arts and Sci.,Vol. XXXIV, 1899, pp. 441-476.
A. P. MoRSE.-Revision of the species of Spharagemon. <-Psyche,
Vol. VII (1895), pp. 287-299.








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J. MCNEILL.-Revision of the Truxalimne of North America. Davenport Acad. Nat. Sci., Vol. VI (1697), pp. 171.-274.
J. MCNEILL.-The Orthoptcl'an genus Trimerotropis. Vol. IX, pp. 27-36. (1900.)
A. P. MoRSE.-Notes on the Acrididau of New England. I, 1894, pp. 147-167; 11, 1896, pp. 323-327, 342-344, 382-3.S4,
402-403, 407-411, 419-4122, 443-445; 111, lSi97, pp. 6-8., 35-37,
50-51, 64-66, 80-82, 87-89, 111-114; IV, 1898, pp. 247-248, 255-
260, 269-273, 279-282, 292-296.
SAMUEL H. SCUDDER.-The species of Hadrotettix, a genus of CEdi-
podine. 1. BOLIVAR.-Essai sur les Acridiens de la tribu des Tettigid,. Soc. Entom. Belg. (1887), pp. 175-313.
J. L. HANCOCK.-The species of the new genus Neotettix with a key
to the genera of North American Tettigie. 1898, pp. 137-141.
J. L. HANCOCK.--Synopsis of subfamilies and genera of North Amer-
ican Tettigida.
NEUROPTERA (INCLUDING PSEUDONEUROPTERA).
I.-CA TALOG UES.
N. BANKS.-A synopsis, catalogue, and bibliography of the Neurop-
teroid insects of temperate North America. Entomn. Soc., 1892, pp. 328-373.

II.-GENERAL WORKS ON CLASSIFICATION.

HERMANN BURMEISTER.-Handbuch der Entomologie. Berlin, 1832-
1835.
The Neuroptera are treated in Vol. II, Part I.
P. RAMBUR.-Historic naturelle des Neuroptcres. Suites a Buffon.
Paris, 1842.
HERMANN HAGEN.-Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America,
with a list of the South American species. Prepared for the
Smithsonian Institution. tions, Washington, 1861.
M. RosTocK.-Neuroptera Germanica. Zwickau, 1888, 200 pp., 10 pls.
Contains tables to European genera, and, as an appendix, an elaborate
classification of the Psocidse by H. Kolbe.
Fr. BaAUER.-Verzeichnis der bis jetzt bekannten Neuropteren im
Sinne Linne's. 711-742.
Contains tables to all the genera known at date.




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N. BANKS.-New genera and species of Nearctic Neuropteroid Insects.
Generic synopses of the Perlidae and Ephemeridme, and tables of Callibsetia
and Triaenodes.
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IIL-MONOGRAPHS AND SYNOPSES.
TERMITIDE.
H. A. HAGEN.-Monographie der Termiten. X, XII, and XIV, 1855-1860.
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EMBIIDTE.
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H. A. HAGEN.-Monograph of the Embidina. XVII, 1885.
Only one species of this family has hitherto been found in the United States.
PSOCIDAE.
H. A. HAGEN.-Beitrage zur Monographie der Psociden. entom. Zeit., Vols. XL1 and XLIV, 1882-83,
PERLIDAE.
F. J. PICTET.-Histoir naturelle gnraleE et particuliere des insects
Neuropteres. Premiere monographie: Famille des Perlides.
Geneva, 1841-42. :
EPHEMERIDSE.

F. J. PICTET.-Histoire naturelle g6nerale et particuliere des insects
Neuropteres. Second monographie: Famille des Ephem6rines.
Geneva, 1843-1845.
BENJAMIN D. WALSH.-List of the Pseudoneuroptera of Illinois con-
tained in the cabinet of the writer, with descriptions of over forty
new species, and notes on their structural affinities. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,1862, pp. 361-402.7
This paper contains, on pp. 367, 368, a table of the genera of Ephemeridae.
BENJAMIN D. WALSH.-Observations on certain North American Neu-
roptera, by H. Hagen, M. D., of Koenigsberg, Prussia; translated
from the original French MS., and published by permission of
the author, with notes and descriptions of about twenty new North :
American species of Pseudoneuroptera. Phila., Vol. U, 1863-64, pp. 167-272.
Contains a modification of the table of genera of Ephemerid&e, pp. 195, 196;f
a table of the subgenera of Gomphus, p. 253, and a "Synoptical table
of the subfamilies of the family Odonata," pp. 259, 260.
A. E. EATON.-A monograph on the EphemeridEe. Part 1. The
nomenclature of the Ephemeridae. 1871, pp. 1-164, 6 pis.
A. E. EATON.-A Revisional Monograph of Recent Ephemeridse, or'
May flies.


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IDO)NATA.

W. F. KIRBY.-A synonyvinic catalogue of Neuroptera Odonata, or
dragon flies. London, 1890), pp. 202.

E. DE SELYS LONOCHAMPS ET I. IIAGEN.-Monfographi des Calop
tOrygines. E. DE SELYS LONGCHAMPS ET H. HAG(EN.-Monographie des (Wnom-
phines. <-Bul. Acad. Belg., Brussels, 1858.
E. DE SELYS LONGCHAMPS.-Synopsis des Agrionines. Six parts.
<,Bul. Acad. Belg., Brussels, 1860-1878.
E. DE SELYS LONGCHAMPS.-Synopsis des Cordulines. , Belg., Brussels, 1871. 1
H. A. HAGEN.-Synopsis of the Odonata of America. Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. XVIII, 1875, pp. 20-96.
Omitting the subfamily Agrionina.
E. DE SELYS LONGCHAMPS.-Synopsis d',Eschnines. Belg., 1883.
E. DE SELYS LONGCHAMPS.-Revision du Synopsis des Agrionines.
H. A. HAGEN.-Synopsis of the Odonat genus Leucorhinia. Amer. Entom. Soc., 1890, pp. 229-236.
H. A. HAGEN.-Synopsis of the Odonata of North America. Vol. V (1889-90). No. 1, pp. 241-250, Calopteryx; No. 2, pp.
303-308, Anax.
P. P. CALVERT.-Catalogue of the Odonata (Dragon flies) of the
vicinity of Philadelphia. 152-272, 2 pls.
D. S. KELLICOTT.-The Odonata of Ohio. Paper No. 2, 1899, pp. 114, 3 pis.
E. B. WILLIAMSON.-The Dragon flies of Indiana. <,Indiana Geolog.
Rept. f. 1899 (1900), pp. 229-333, 7 pis.

RAPHIDIDi'.

H. ALBARDA.-R6vision des Raphidides. KTijd. voor Entom., 1891,
pp. 65-184.
HIIEMEROBIDJE.

G. TH. SCHNEIDER.-Symbola ad monographiam generis Chrysopae
Leach. Vratislavie, 1851.
H. A. HAGEN.-Hemerobidarum synopsis synonymica. entom. Zeit., 1866, pp. 369-462.




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H. A. HAGEN.-Monograph of the Hemerobidse.. ton Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. XXIII, 1886, pp. 250-269; Part 1, 1. c.,
pp. 276-292.
Never completed.
MYRMELEONIDE.

H. A. HAGEN.-Stray notes on the Myrmeleonidae. 1887, 1888. [Continued in several numbers.]
N. BANKS.-A classification of the North American Myrmeleonide.

PANORPIDmE.

J. 0. WESTWOOD.-Monograph of the genus Panorpa. Entom. Soc. London, Vol. IV, p. 1.
J. S. IINE.-The North American species of the genus Bittacus.

TRICHOPTERA.

R. MCLACHLAN.-A monographic revision and synopsis of the Trichop-
tera of the European fauna. London, 1874-1880.
Extremely valuable for the study of genera.
F. A. KOLENATI.-Genera et species Trichopterorum. 2 parts. Part
1, Prague, 1848; part 2, Moscow, 1859.
R. MCLACHLAN.-Notes on North American Phryganidse, with especial
reference to those contained in the collection of the British Museum.
Contains a list of North American Phryganids.
H. A. HAGEN.-Phryganidarum Synopsis synonymica. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Vol. XIV, 1864, pp. 799-890.
H. A. HAGEN.-Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Phryganiden. k. k. zool.-bot. Ges. in Wien, Vol. XXIII, 1873, pp. 377-452.
H. A. HAGEN.-[On the Phryganidce.] Hist., Vol. XV, 1873, pp. 384-385.
A list of the North American species.
A. E. EATON.-On the Hydroptilide, a family of the Trichoptera.
Gives a list of the species, and synopsis of genera.
N. BANKS.-Descriptions of new North American Neuropteroid Insects.
Contains a table of the genera of Leptoceridae. :








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MALLOPHAGA.

SH. DEN.NY.-Monographia A nol)lurorunl Britauniae. London, 1842,
26 pis.

C. G. A. GIEBEL.-Insecta epizoa. Die auf Silugethieren und Vigelhi
schmarotzenden Insekten. Nach Zeichnungen \'on C. L. Nitzsch.
SLeipzig, 1874, 20 pis.
ANDREW MURRAY.-Economic Entomology. Aptera. sington Museum Science Handbooks. London and New York.
1877.
The Mallophaga (Anoplura) ate treated on pp. 375-384.
P. MEGNIN.-Les Parasites et les maladies parasitaires chez 'hommo,
les animaux domestiques et les animaux sauvages avec lesquels ils
peuvent etre en contact. Insectes, Arachnides, Crustaces. Paris,
1880.
E. PIAGET.-Les P6diculines. Description de toutes les especes ob
servees, enrichie d'especes nouvelles. Leyden, 1880, 56 pis.; Sup-
plement, 1885, 17 pis.
0. TASCHENBERG.-Die Mallophagen mit besonderer Berficksichtigung
der von Meyer gesammelten Arten. Halle, 1882.
V. L. KELLOGG.-A list of the biting lice (Mallophaga) taken from
birds and mammals of North America. Vol. XXII, pp. 39-100 (1899).
Contains a bibliography, and table to genera.

THYSANURA.

K. W. v. DALLA TORRE.-Die Gattungen und Arten dcr Aptery-
gogenea. <46 Program k. k. Staats-Gymnasium, Innsbruck,
pp. 23 (1895).
A catalogue of the known species.
A. D. MAcGULLIVRAY.-A catalogue of the Thysanura of North Amer-
ica. A. S. PACKARD.-Synopsis of the Thysanura of Essex County,
Mass., with descriptions of a few extralimital forms. Annual Report of the Trustees of the Peabody Academy of Science
for the year 1872. Salem, 1873, pp. 23-51.
JoHN LUBBOCK.-Monograph of the Collembola and Thysanura. Lon-
don, Ray Society, 1873.
The introduction gives the full bibliography up to date.
A. D. MAcGILLIVRAY.-North American Thysanura. III. Entom., 1893, pp. 218-220.
Synopsis of family Japygidhe.


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A. D. MAcGmLLVRAY.-North American Thvsanuma. IV. Entom., 1893, pp. 313-318. I
Synopses of families Aphoruridse and Poduridw. |
A. D. MAcGILLIVRAY.-North American Thysanura. V. Entom., 1894, pp. 105-110.
Synopses of Entomobryidae and Smynthuridse.
A. D. MACGILLIVRAY.-The American species of Isotoma. Entom., 1896, pp. 47-58.

MYRIAPODA.

C. H. BOLLMAN.-The Myriapoda of North America. Bul. No. 46,
U. S. Nat. Mus., 1893.
A collection of his writings, edited by L. M. Underwood. A most neces-
sary work, containing a catalogue of the species, tables of the genera,
and a synopsis of the Scolopendridse.
HORATIO C. WOOD, Jr.-The Myriapoda of North America. Amer. Philos. Soc., Vol. XHII, 1865, pp. 137-248, 3 pls.
This is the first and only monograph of the Myriapoda published in this
country.
GEORGEF NEWPORT.-Monograph of the class Myriapoda, Order Chi-
lopoda. 265-302 and 349-439.
C. L. KocH.-Die Myriapoden. 2 vols. Halle, 1863.
ROBERT LATZEL.-Die Myriapoden der Oesterreichisch-Ungarischen
Monarchie. Erste HAlfte: Die Chilopoden, Wien, 1880. Zweite
Hitlfte: Die Symphylen, Pauropoden und Diplopoden, Wien, 1884.-,
The most recent comprehensive work on this order, and very important
from a classificatory standpoint.
LUCIEN M. UNDERWOOD.-The North American Myriapoda. Amer., Vol. 1, 1885, pp. 141-151.
A bibliographical review of the subject, with tables of families and genera.
HORATIO C. WOOD, Jr.-On the Chilopoda of North America, with
Catalogue of all the specimens in the collection of the Smithsonian
Institution. 1863, pp. 5-42.
A. S. PACKARD.-A revision of the Lysiopetalidae, a family of Chi-
lognath Myriapoda, with a notice of the genus Cambala. Amer. Philos. Soc., Vol. XXI, 1883, pp. 177-197.
0. F. COOK and G. N. COLLINS.-The Craspedosomatidwe of North.
America. 12 pls.
A. STUXBERG.-Lithobioidae Americae borealis. Ofversigt af Nord-:::
Amerikas hittills kinda Lithobiider. Acad. Forh., Vol. XXXII, No. 3, 1875, pp. 23-32.








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I
0. F. Coox and G. N. COLLINS. --Notes on North Anrican Myrial)da
of the family Geophilida,. with descriptions; of three genera.
Contains a table of the genera.
FR. MEINERT.-Myriopoda Miisei Cantabrigensis, Mass. Part I, Chi-
lopoda. Of great value for the study of classification, though containing no syti)svs.
F. C. KENYON.--The morphology and classification of the Pauropoda.


ARACHNIDA.

I.-CATA.4LOGUES.

GEORGE MARx.-Catalogue of the described Atanea of temperate
North America. <-Proc. U. S. Nat. Muis., XII, pp. 497-594
(1890).
Includes a bibliography.

II.f--COM3PREHIIENSIVIE IIWORKS.

C. W. HAHN and C. L. KOCH.-Die Arachniden. Nuremberg, 1831-
1848, 16 vols., with 563 pis.
C. A. DE WALCKENAER. -Histoire naturelle des Insectes. Suites a
Buffon. Aptkres. Paris, Roret, 1837-1847, 4v ols., with 52 p1s.
The first work on general classification of this order, and many North Amer-
ican species are described from drawings by Bosc and Abbot.
E. SIMoN.-Histoire naturelle des Araignees. Paris, 2 vols. 1893-1898.
(Not yet finished.) Tables to all the genera.
N. M. HENTz.-Descriptions and figures of the Araneides of the
United States. 1842-1850.
These papers form the basis of the study of American arachnology. Numnier-
ous species are described, but not in synoptic form.
N. M. HENTz.-Aranee AmrnericEe septentrionalis. The Spiders of the
United States. Edited byJ. H. Emerton and E. Burgess. <" Oc-
casional Papers" of the Boston Society of Natural History, 1875.
A reprint of Hentz's papers on North American spiders.
E. SIMON.-Les Arachnides de France. Paris, Vols. I-V and VII,
1874-1884.
This work represents the most recent systems of classification, and is there-
fore of great general value, although it deals only with the European
fauna.
GRAF EUGEN KEYSERLING.-Neue Spinnen aus Amerika. 7 parts.
1879-1887.





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LUCIEN M. UNDERWOOD.-The progress of Arachnology in America.,,
A very useful review of the bibliography, with synoptic table of the families.
of the Aranea.
N. BANKS.-A classification of the North American Spiders. Entom., 1892, pp. 88-97.

Ill.-MONOGRA PS 1 ND SYNOPSES.

Araneae.

THERAPHOSIDE.

E. SIMON.-Liste d. especes d. 1. famille d. Aviculariides d. l'Amerique
du Nord. ANTON AUSSERER.-Beitriage zur Kenntniss der Arachniden-Familie
der Territelariae Thorell. XXI, 1871, pp. 117-224.
J. T. MOGGRIDGE.-Harvesting Ants and Trap-door Spiders, with sup-
plementnry descriptions of species by Rev. 0. P. Cambridge, Lon-
don, 1873-1874.
ANTON AUSSERER.-Zweiter Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Araehniden-
Familic der Territelariae Thorell. Wien, Vol. XXV, 1875, pp. 125-206.

DYSDERID&E.

N. BANKS.-Notes on the Dysderidae of the United States. Entom., 1891, pp. 207-209.
GRAF EUGEN KEYSERLING.-Amerikanische Spinnen aus den Fami-
lien Pho'lcoida,, Scytodoidae und Dysdcroidafe. bot. Ges. in Wien, Vol. XXVII, 1877, pp. 205-234.

DRASSIDE.

C. L. KocH.-Die Arachniden-Familie der Drassiden. Nuremberg,
1866-1868.
J. H. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the families Drassida,
Agalenida?, and Dysderidte. pp. 1-40 (1890).

DICTYNIDLE.

J. IT. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the family Ciniflonide.":








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FiPE i RII)1'.
GRAF E. KEYSERLTN('I.-BCSCl'rllrHilug euer und Woni irg ekanntter
H Arten aus der Familio Orbitelae Latr. od'r Epeiridla Sujnd.
I< S pp. 63-154.
! J. H. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the family Epeirida'.
GRAF E. KEYSERLING.-Die Spinnen A;nerikas. IV. ltpeiridia.
Nuremberg, 1892-1893.
H. C. McCooK.-American Spiders and their spinning work. Phila-
delphia, 1889-1893.
Third volume contains the Epeiridw.
N. BANKS.-Notes on Spiders. pp. 123-134.
Contains a synopsis of part ,of the Tetragnathine.

THERIDID.'E.
0. P. CAMBRIDGE.-On some new species of Erigone from North
America. Two parts. 442; 1875, pp. 393-405.
J. H. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the family Therididr.
GRAF E. KEYSERLING.-Die Spinnen Amerikas. II. Therididte. 1.
Hilfte, Nuremberg, 1884; 2. Hilfte, Nuremberg, 1886, 517 pp.,
21 pls.
THOMISID3.

GRAFE. KEYSERLING.-Die Spinnen Amerikas. Laterigradme. Nurem-
berg, 1880, 283 pp., 8 pis.
J. H. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the family Thomisidac.

LYCOSIDXE.

GRAF E. KEYSERLING.-Ueber amerikanischc Spinnen-Arten der
Unterordnung Citigrada. Vol. XXXVI, 1876, pp. 609-708.
J. H. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the family LycosidT.

ATTIDRE.

G. W. and E. G. PECKHAM.-Descriptions of new or little known
spiders of the family Attidae, from various parts of the United
States of North America. Milwaukee, 1883.




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G. W. and E. G. PECKHAM.-North American Spiders of the family -I
Attidfe. ,{ J. H. EMERTON.-New England Spiders of the family Attidw. Acad., Vol. VIII, 1891, pp. 220-251, 6 pls.
[A
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SArthrogastra.

LUCIEN M. UNDERWOOD.-A preliminary list of the Arthrogastra of
North America (excluding Mexico). 1885, pp. 162-169.
SOLPUGIDE.

E. SIMoN.-Essai d'une classification des Galeodes. Entom. de France, 1879, pp. 93-154.
J. DUNCAN PUTNAM.-The Solpugide of America. Arranged for pub-
7 location by Herbert Osborn. Vol. III, 1882, pp. 149 ff.
This monograph remained incomplete on account of the death of the author.
It contains a complete bibliography on the family.

SCORPIONIDX.

HORATIO C. WOOD, Jr. -Descriptions of new species of North Amer-
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T. THORELL.-ttudes Scorpiologiques. Vol. XIX, 1877, pp. 75-272. i
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K. KRAEPELIN.-Revision der Scorpione. Jahrb. Hamb., I, Vol. VIII
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K. KRAEPELIN.-Scorpiones und Pedipalpi. rung, 1899, pp. 265.
K. KRAEPELIN.-Revision der Tarantuliden. Abh. Ver. Hamburg,..
Vol. XIII (1895), pp. 1-53.
K. KRAEPELIN.-Revision der Uropygi. Abh. Ver. Hamburg, VoL..
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CHERNETIDAE.

A. MENGE.-Ueber die Scheerenspinnen Chernetidah. Danzig, 1855.
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PHALANGID&E.

HORATIO C. WOOD, Jr.-On the Phalangem of the United States of
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Acarina.

H. OSBORN and LUCIEN M. UNDERWOOD.-Preliminary list of the
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Three volumesare completed, Prostigmata, Cryptostigmata and Mesostigmata;
other parts are in progress.
Contains tables to the genera, and figures all Italian species.
G. CANESTRINr.-Prospetto dell'Acarofauna Italiana. Padova. 7
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Very valuable for classification.
E. TRoUESSART.-Considerations g6n6rales sur la classification des
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PIERRE MtGNIN.-Memoire sur les Cheyletides Parasites. d'Anatomie et de Physiologie, 1878, p. 1 ff.
P. MtGNIN.-Les Parasites et les maladies parasitaires chez l'howme,i
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G. HALLER.-Die Milben als Parasiten der Wirbellosen, in's Besondere 4
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Lime
LEON DuFOUR.-Descriptions et figures de quelques parasites de I'or-
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H. NICOLET.-Histoire naturelle des Acariens qui se trouve aux envi-
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C. G. GIEBEL.-Insecta Epizoa. Die Parasiten der SAugethiere und
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P. MEGNIN.-Me'moire sur l'organisation et la distribution zoologique
des Acariens de la famille des Gamasides. et de Physiologie, 1876, pp. 288-336.
P. MAGNIN.-Monographie de la Tribu des Sarcoptides Psorique,
subdivision de la famille des Sarcoptides, ordre des Acariensb
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Synopses of the Erythraeide, Trombididae, Rhyncholophide Bdellidw, and
Eupodide. :
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A. D. MICHAEL.-Oribatidce. pp. 93.
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J. B. TYRELL. -On some niCanadidan E.tpqmra.sitic Sfi-tr ()t idla'. <()tt.
Field-Nat. Clul), Trans., 3, 1IS82.
H. GARMAN.-The Phyitopti and (other injurious pl;Lmt minites. Rep. of the State Entomi. on the Nox. and Benef. Insects of the State
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A. NALEPA.-Eriophyida (Phytoptidar). <[-Das Tierreich, 4 Licfe-
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No reference to the Aniericani species.
N. BANKS.-The Red Spiders of the United States (Tetranychus and
Stigmteus). Agric., 1900, pp. 65-77.
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R. H. WALCOTT.-On the North American species of the genus Atax.

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ENTOMOLOGICAL COMMISSION AND BY THE U. S. DEPARTMENT
OF AGRICULTURE.
U. S. ENTOMOLOGICAL COMMISSION.
[Members of the ('omnlission: C. V. Riley, A. S. Packardl, and Cyrus Thlomas. ]
BULLETInN No. 1.-Destruction of the young or unfledged Locusts
(Calopten ,.& vjretuis). (1877.) [pp. 15.]
BuuLETIN No. 2.-On the Natural History of the Rocky Mountain
Locust and on the habits of the young or unfledged insects as they
occur in the more fertile country in which they will hatch the
present year. (1877.) [pp. 14, figs. 10.]
BULLETIN No. 3.-The Cotton Worm. Summary of its Natural
History, with an Account of its Enemies, and the best Means of
controlling it; being a Report of Progress of the WVork of the
Commission. By C. V. Riley, M. A., Ph. D. (1880.) [pp. 144,
figs. 84, pl. 1.]
BULLETIN No. 4. The Hessian Fly. Its Ravages, Habits, Enemies,
and Means of preventing its Increase. By A. S. Packard, M. D.
(1880.) [pp. 43, figs. 1. pls. 2, map 1.]
BULLETIN No. 5.-The Chinch Bug. Its History, Characters, and
Habits, and the Means of Destroying it or counteracting its Inju-
ries. By Cyrus Thomas, Ph.D. (1879.) [pp. 44, figs. 10, map1.]
BULLETIN No. 6.-General Index and Supplement to the nine Reports
on the Insects of Missouri. By Charles V. Riley. M. A., Ph. D.
(1881.) [pp. 177.]
BULLETIN No. 7.-Insects injurious to Forest and Shade Trees. By
A. S. Packard, M. D. (1881.) [pp. 275, figs. 100.]
FIRST ANNUAL REPORT, for the year 1877, relating to the Rocky
Mountain Locust and the best Methods of preventing its Injuries
and of guarding against its Invasions, in pursuance of an Appro-
priation made by Congress for this purpose. With maps and
illustrations. (1878.) [pp. 477+294, figs. 111, pis. 5, map 1.]
SECOND REPORT, for the years 1878 and 1879, relating to the Rocky
Mountain Locust and the Western Cricket, and treating of the
best Means of subduing the Locust in its permanent Breeding-
grounds, with a view of preventing its Migrations into the more
fertile Portions of the trans-Mississippi country, in pursuance of
Appropriations made by Congress for this purpose. With maps
and illustrations. (1880.) [pp. xvmi+322+22, figs. 10, pis. 17,
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THIRD REPORT, relating to the Rocky Mountain Locust, the Westernm
Cricket, the Army Worm, Canker Worms, and the Hessian Fly-`
together with Descriptions of Larva of injurious Forest Insects.,
Studies of embryological Development of the Locust and of btheri
Insects, and on the systematic Position of the Orthoptera in
Relation to other Orders of insects. With maps and illustra-i
tions. (1883.) [pp. xvmn+347+91, figs. 14, pis. 64, maps 3.]
FOURTH REPORT, being a revised edition of Bulletin No. 3, and their
final report on the Cotton Worm and Boll Worm. By Charles V.!
Riley, Ph. D. (1885.) [pp. xxxviu+399+147, figs. 45, pls. 64,...
maps 2.]
FIFTH REPORT, Forest insects, being a revised and enlarged edition.
of Bulletin No. 7. By A. S. Packard. (1890.) [pp. vir+957,...
figs. 306, pls. 40.]

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
[The annual reports of the Entomologist are contained in the corresponding annual.
reports of the Department of Agriculture. A limited author's edition, separately.-
bound and with table of contents and index, is published each year.]
DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY. J

BULLETIN No. 1.-Reports of Experiments, chiefly with Kerosene,,:i
upon the Insects injuriously affecting the Orange Tree and the:
Cotton Plant, made under the Direction of the Entomologist-.
(1883.) [pp. 62.] 2
BULLETIN No. 2.-Reports of Observations on the Rocky Mountain.
Locust and Chinch Bug, together with Extracts from the OorreL
spondence of the Division on Miscellaneous Insects. (1883.
[pp. 36.]
BULLETIN No. 3.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in t
practical Work of the Division, made under the Direction of th&
Entomologist. With plates. (1883.) [pp. 75, pls. 3.]
BULLETIN No. 4.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in thir
practical Work of the Division, made under the Direction of the -
Entomologist, together with Extracts from Correspondence o.
Miscellaneous Insects. (1884.) [pp. 102, figs. 4.]
BULLETIN No. 5.-Descriptions of North American Chalcididae f o m-
the Collections of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and i
Dr. C. V. Riley, with biological Notes. [First paper.] Togeth
with a List of the described North American Species of the FamilyI
By L. 0. Howard, M. Sc., Assistant, Bureau of Entomologf
(1885.) [pp.47.]
BULLETIN No. 6.-The imported Elm-leaf Beetle. Its Habitsa,
Natural History, and Means of counteracting its Injuries. (1881:
[pp. 18, fig. 1, pl. 1.]

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BULI.I.TIN No. 7. -'T'he l'ediculi and I.Mallophaga affecting Mlan and the
LowI'r Animals. 1By lherb)ert (Osborni. (18"-.) [pp. 56;, figs. 42.]
Bll'lI'Nl No. s. -Trhe Periodical Cicada. An Account of O'(YIal/a.nyi-
tLdh'nif a(nd its tredecini Race, with a Chronology of all of the
broods known. By Charles V. Riley, Ph. D. (1585.) [pp. 46,
figs. S.]
BULLETIN No. 9.-The Mulberry Silk-worm; being a Manual of In-
structions in Silk Culture. By Charles V. Riley, M. A., Ph. D.
(1886.) [pp. 65, figs. 21). plates 2.]
BULLETIN No. 10.-Our Shade Trees and their Insect Defoliators.
Being a Consideration of the four most injurious Species which
affect the Trees of the Capital; with Means of destroying them.
By Charles V. Riley, Entomologist. (1887.) [pp. 75, figs. 27.]
BULLETIN No. 11.-Reports of Experiments with various Insecticide
Substances, chiefly upon insects affecting garden crops, made under
the Direction of the Entomologist. (1886.) [pp. 34.]
BULLETIN No. 12.-Miscellaneous Notes on the work of the Division
of Entomology for the Season of 1885; prepared by the Entomol-
ogist. (1886.) [pp. 45, pl. 1.]
BULLETIN No. 13.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
practical Work of the Division, made under the Direction of the
Entomologist. (With illustrations.) (1887.) [pp. 78, figs. 4.]
BULLETIN No. 14.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
practical Work of the Division, made under the Direction of the
Entomologist. (1887.) [pp. 62, figs. 2, pl. 1.]
BULLETIN No. 15.-The Icerya, or Fluted Scale, otherwise known as
the Cottony Cushion Scale. (Reprint of some recent Articles by
the Entomologist and of a Report from the Agricultural Experi-
ment Station, University of California.) (1887.) [pp. 40.]
BULLETIN No. 16.-The Entomological Writings of Dr. Alpheus
Spring Packard. By Samuel Henshaw. (1887.) [pp. 49.]
BULLETIN No. 17.-The Chinch Bug. A general Summary of its His-
tory, Habits, Enemies, and of the Remedies and Preventives to
be used against it. By L. 0. Howard, M. S., Assistant Entomolo-
gist. (1888.) [pp. 48, figs. 10.]
BULLETIN No. 18.-The Life and Entomological Work of the late
Townend Glover. By C. R. Dodge. (1888.) [pp. 68.]
BULLETIN No. 19.-An Enumeration of the Published Synopses, Cata-
logues, and Lists of North American Insects. By. E. A. Schwarz.
(1888.) [pp. 77.]
BULLETIN No. 20.-The Root-knot Disease of the Peach, Orange, and
other plants in Florida, due to the work of Anguillula. By J. C.
Neal. (1889.) [pp. 31, pis. 21.]







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BuLLETIN No. 21.-Report of a Trip to Australia, made under the.R
Direction of the Entomologist, to Investigate the Natural Enemies
of the Fluted Scale. By Albert Koebele. (1890.) [pp. 32.]
BULLETIN No. 22.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
Practical Work of the Division. (1890.) [pp. 110.]
BULLETIN No. 23.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
Practical Work of the Division. (1891.) [pp. 83.]
BULLETIN No. 24.-The Boll Worm of Cotton. A report of progress
in a supplementary investigation of this insect. By F. W. Mally.
(1891.) [pp. 50.]
BULLETIN No. 25.-Destructive Locusts. A popular consideration of
a few of the more injurious locusts (or ""grasshoppers") of the
United States. together with the best means of destroying them.
By C. V. Riley. (1891.) [pp. 62, plates 12.]
BULLETIN No. 26.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
Practical Work of the Division. (1892.) [pp. 95.]
BULLETIN No. 27.-Reports on the Damage by Destructive Locusts
during the Season of 1891. (1892.) [pp. 64.]
BULLETIN No. 28.-The More Destructive Locusts of America,
North of Mexico. By Lawrence Brunei. (1893.) [pp. 40.]
BULLETIN No. 29.-Report on the Boll Worm of Cotton. By F. W.
Mally. (1893.) [pp. 73.]
BULLETIN No. 30.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
Practical Work of the Division. (1893.) [pp. 67.]
BULLETIN No. 31.-Catalogue of the Exhibit of Economic Entomol-
ogy at the World's Columbian Exposition. (1893.) [pp. 121.]
BULLETIN No. 32.-Reports of Observations and Experiments in the
Practical Work of the Division. (1894.) [pp. 59.]
BULLETIN No. 33.-Legislation against Injurious Insects; a compila-
tion of the laws and regulations in the United States and British
Columbia. By L. 0. Howard. (1893.) [pp. 46.]
BULLETIN No. 1, NEW SERIES.-The Honey Bee: A manual of in-
struction in Apiculture. By Frank Benton. (1896.) [pp. 118,
plh. 11.]
BULLETIN No. 2, NEW SERIES.-Proceedings of the Seventh Annual
Meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists. (1895.)I
[pp. 100.] .
BULLETIN No. 3, NEW SERIES.-The San Jose Scale: Its occurrence in.
the United States with a full account of its life history and the::
remedies to be used against it. By L. 0. Howard and C. Il,I
Marlatt. (1896.) [pp. 80, plate 1.]







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BULLm.TIN No. 4, NEW SERIES. lTh' principal I mUsehold Insects of
the I'ltited States. 11 1,. (). oIward ind C('. I1. Marlatt. With
it ('haplter ot Inec'ts affect.ing dtiry Vegetable Foo(ls. By F. II.
(Chittenden. (Is!)(6.) [plp. 130. 1
BULLETIN No. 5, NEW SERIES.- -Insects affecting D)omestic Animals:
An account of the species of iimportaiice in North America. with
mention of related forms occurring ont other animals. lvy l1er-
bert Osborn. (1896.) [pp. 312, pis. .5.
BULLETIN No. 6, NEW SERIES.-Proceedings of the Eighth Annual
Meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists. (ls,6.)
[pp. 100.]
BULLETIN No. 7, NEW SERIES.-Some Miscellaneous Results of the
Work of the Division of Entomology. (1897.) [pp. 87.]
BULLETIN No. 8, NEW SERIES.-SSome little-known Insects affecting
Stored Vegetable Products: A collection of articles detailing cer-
tain original observations made upon insects of this class. By F.
H. Chittenden. (1897.) [pp. 45.]
BULLETIN No. 9, NEW SERIES.-Proceedings of the Ninth Annual
Meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists. (1897.)
[pp. 87.]
BULLETIN No. 10, NEW SERIES.-Some Miscellaneous Results of the
Work of the Division of Entomology. (1898.) [pp. 99.]
BULLETIN No. 11, NEW SERIES.-The Gipsy Moth in America: A
summary account of the introduction and spread of iawt],/ 'tri
dispar in Massachusetts and of the efforts made by the State to
repress and exterminate it. By L. 0. Howard. (1897.) [pp.
39.]
BULLETIN No. 12, NEW SERIES.-The San Jose Scale in 1896-97. By
L. 0. Howard. (1898.) [pp. 31.]
BULLETIN No. 13, NEW SERIES.-Recent Laws against Injurious
Insects in North America, together with the Laws relating to
Foul Brood. By L. 0. Howard. (1898.) [pp. 68.]
BULLETIN No. 14, NEW SERIES.-The Periodical Cicada: An account
of (Ccadu .,epjte)i(ec;,i,. its natural enemies, and the means of pre-
venting its injury, together with a summary of the distribution
of the different broods. By C. L. Marlatt. (1898.) [pp. 148,
pl. 1.]
BULLETIN No. 15, NEW SERIES.-The Chinch Bug: Its probable ori-
gin and diffusion, its habits and development, natural checks and
remedial and preventive measures, with mention of the habits of
an allied European species. By F. M. Webster. (1898.) [pp.
82.]
BULLETIN No. 16, NEW SERIES.-The Hessian Fly in the United
States. By Herbl)ert Osborn. (1898.) [pp. 57, pLs. 2.]






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BULLETIN No. 17, NEW SERIES.-Proceedings of the Tenth Annual. '
) Meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists. (1898.)
L [pp. 104.]
K / BULLETIN No. 18, NEW SERIES.-Some Miscellaneous Results of the
I. ^Work of the Division of Entomology. III. (1898.) [pp. 101.]
2 BULLETIN No. 19, NEW SERIES.-Some Insects Injurious to Garden
iand Orchard Crops. A series of articles dealing with insects of
this class. By F. H. Chittenden.. (1899.) [pp. 99.]
BULLETIN No. 20, NEW SERIES.-Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual
Meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists. (1899.)
[pp. 111.]
BULLETIN No. 21, NmEW SERIES.-Preliminary Report on the Insect
Enemies of Forests in the Northwest. By A. D. Hopkins. (1899.)
[pp. 27.]
/ BULLETIN No. 22, NEW SERIES.-Some Miscellaneous Results of the
Work of the Division of Entomology. IV. (1900.) [pp. 109.]
SBULLETIN No. 23, NEW SERIES.-Some Insects Injurious to Garden
t Crops. By F. H. Chittenden. (1900.) [pp. 92.]
INSECTS AFFECTING THE ORANGE.-Report on the Insects Affecting
Sthe Culture of the Orange and other Plants of the Citrus Family,
with Practical Suggestions for their Control or Extermination.
SBy H. G. Hubbard. (1885.) [pp. x+227, figs. 95, p]s. 14.]
INSECT LIFE.-Seven volumes. Begun in July, 1888, ended July, 1895.
SB General index to the seven volumes of Insect Life, pp. 145,1897.
E REPORT ON COTTON INSECTS.-By J. Henry Comstock. (1879.) [pp.
( 511, figs. 77, pls. 3.]
SPECIAL, REPORT No. 11.-The Silkworm; being a brief Maaual of t
Instructions for the Production of Silk. Prepared, by direction
W of the Commissioner of Agriculture, by C. V. Riley, M. A., Ph.D.,,
Entomologist. (First ed., 1879; fifth ed., 1885.) [pp. 37, figs. 8.] ,
SPECIAL REPORT No. 35.-Report on Insects injurious to Sugar Cane.
tPrepared, under direction of the Commissioner of Agriculture, by ,
J. Henry Comrstock, Entomologist. (1881.) [pp. 11, figs. 3.]
/ [NOTE.-During the years 1864 to 1876, inclusive, the Department of Agricultue8 .
published regularly monthly reports, mainly statistical in their character replacee;
i Gsince 1876 by the series of monthly "Crop Reports"), but which contained manpy.
short articles by the Entomologist, none of which would come within the scope .
the present bulletin. Reference to these articles may be facilitated by consulting te
"Synoptical Index of the Reports of the Statistician, 1863-1894" (Bul. No. 2, Division
of Publications, Department of Agriculture). In like manner the "Index to
Annual Reports of the Department of Agriculture, 1837-1893" (Bul. No. 1 of th.b
same series), may be used to facilitate reference to the entomological reports, arti
and notes appearing in the Annual Reports of the Department. o
"Synoptical .ndex o. th Rea, 1" (l. -. 2, i




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THE MORE IMPORTANT PERIODICALS CITED IN THIS BULLETIN.

AMERICAN PERIODICALS.


AMERICAN NATURALIST. A month
natural sciences in their widest sense.
lished up to 1900.


Ily journal devoted to thhe
Thrity-thre\' volumels pulb-


ANNALS OF TIE LYCEUM


OF NATURAL


HISTORY


O(F NEW


Eight volumes.


1824-1867.


ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCE.
Thirteen volumes.


New York, N. Y.


BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY.


York, N. Y.


Ten volumes published.


BULLETIN OF TIIE BROOKLYN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
umes. 1878-1885.


BULLETIN OF THE BUFFALO SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY.


Seven vol-


Five


volumes completed, beginning with 1874.
BULLETIN OF THE ILLINOIS STATE LABORATORY OF NATURAL HISTORY.


Urbana, 111.


Five volumes published.


BULLETINS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL


SURVEY OF THE TERRITORIES, F. V. Hayden in charge.
ment of the Interior; beginning with 1875.


BULLETINS OF THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM.


Depart-


Department


of the Interior; beginning with 1875.
THE CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST. Edited by William Saunders and lately
by C. J. S. Bethune; thirty-one volumes published up to the end of
1900. Published at London, Ontario.


ENTOMOLOGICA AMERICANA.


Published by the Brooklyn


Entomo-


logical Society, at Brooklyn, N. Y.


Seven volumes.


ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS, and proceedings of the entomological section


of the Academy of Natural Sciences.
menced in 1890.


Philadelphia, Pa.


TIIE ENTOMOLOGICAL STUDENT.


Philadelphia.


Begun in April, 1900.


JOURNAL OF THE ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES OF PHILADELPHIA.
Commencing with 1817.


JOURNAL OF THE NEW YORK ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
in 1893.


Commenced


THE KANSAS UNIVERSITY QUARTERLY.
volumes published.


Lawrence,


MEMOIRS OF TIE BOSTON SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY. Commenc-
ing with 1866.


TIlE


YOR()IK.


Ne\v


Com-


Kans.


Eight







92

OCCASIONAL MEMOIRS OF THE CHICAGO ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
Commenced in 1900.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES OF PHILA-
DELPHIA. Beginning with 1841.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF PHILA-
DELPHIA. Commencing with 1860.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES.
Boston, Mass. Thirty-five volumes published.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY. Com-
mencing with 1841.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. San
Francisco, Cal. Since 1854.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE DAVENPORT ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES.
Davenport, Iowa. Six volumes published.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Six volumes. 1861-1867.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON.
Four volumes published.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE IOWA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. Des Moines,
Iowa. Six volumes published.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE KANSAS ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. Topeka,
Kans. Sixteen volumes published.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. Depart-
ment of the Interior. Beginning with 1878.
PAPILIO. Devoted exclusively to Lepidoptera. Organ of the New
York Entomological Club. Four volumes. 1881-1884.
PSYCHE. Organ of the Cambridge Entomological Club. Eight vol-
uimes issued up to date. Published at Cambridge, Mass.
REPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL
SURVEY OF THE TERRITORIES. Department of the Interior.
Beginning with 1867.
SMITHSONIAN MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIONS. Smithsonian Institu-
tion, Washington, D. C. Beginning with 1862.
TRANSACTIONS OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OF SAINT LOUIS.
Ten volumes published. A
TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY and pro-i
ceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural
Sciences. Beginning with 1868, 26 volumes published up to 190011
Published at Philadelphia.
TRANSACTIONS OF TIlE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF PHIL-.:
ADELPHIA. Second series beginning with 1818.


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FOREIGN PERIODICALS.

ANNALS DE LA SOCIAETf ENTOMOLOGIQUE 1WE [IELGIQUE. Beginning
with 1,860. Published at Brussels.
ANNALES I)E LA SOCIET* ENTOMOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE. Beginning
with 1832. Published at Paris.
BERLINER ENTOMOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT. C('ommencing with 1857.
DEUTSCHE ENTOMOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT. lterausgegeben von Dr.
G. Kraatz. Berlin. Beginning with 1881.
E-TOMOLOGISCHE ZEITUNG. Herausgegeben von dem entomologis-
chen Verein zu Stettin. Beginning with 1840.
LnINNA ENTOMOLOGICA. Herausgegeben vom entornmologischen Verein
zu Stettin. Sixteen volumes. Berlin, 1846-1866.
OFVERSIGT AF KONGL. SVENSKA VETENSKAPS ACADEMIES FOR-
HANDLINGAR. Beginning with 1844. Published at Stockholm.
Proceedings of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
SITZUNGSBERICHTE DER MATHEMATISCH-NATURWISSENSCHAFTLICHEN
CLASSES DER KAISERLICHEN ACADEMIC DER WVISSENSCHAFTEN ZU
WIEN. Beginning with 1848.
TRANSACTIONS OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY OF LONDON. Beginning
with 1791.
TRANSACTIONS OF THE LONDON ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Beginning
with 1836.
VERHANDLUNGEN DER ZOOLOGISCH-BOTANISCHEN GESELLSCHAFT IN
WIEN. Beginning with 1852.
ZEITSCHRIFT FUR DIE ENTOMOLOGIE. Herausgegeben von E. F.
Germar. Five volumes. Leipzig, 1839-1844.
MITTHEILUNGEN DER SCHWEIZERISCHEN ENTOMOLOGISCHEN GESELL-
SCHAFT. Bulletin de la Societe entomologique suisse. Ten vol
umes published up to 1900. Published at Geneva.
ANNALS AND MAGAZINE OF NATURAL HISTORY. London. Beginning
with 1838.
REVUE ET MAGASIN DE ZOOLOGIE PURE ET APPLIQUfE. Paris. Be-
ginning with 1839.
ZEITSCHRIFT FUR WISSENSCHAFTLICHE ZOOLOGIE. Leipzig. Begin-
ning with 1848.
ARCHIVE FUR NATURGESCHTiCHTE. Berlin. Beginning with 1835.
ILLUSTRIERTE WOCHENSCHRIFT (now Zeitschrift) FUR ENTOMOLOGIE.
Neudamm, Germany. Commenced in 1896.
ENTOMOLOGISK TIDSKRIFT. Stockholm. Twenty volumes published.
REVUE D'ENTOMOLOGIE, PUBLIIE PAR LA SOCIETY FRANVAISE D'ENTO-
MOLOGIE. Caen, France. Eighteen volumes published.


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WIENER ENTOMOLOGISCHE ZEITUNG. Vienna. Eighteen volumes pub-
lished.
TIlE ENTOMOLOGIST'S RECORD AND JOURNAL OF VARIATION. London.
Eleven volumes published.
TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR ENTOMOLOGIE. 's Gravenhage, Holland. Forty-
two volumes published.
BULLETTINO DELLA SOCIETY ENTOMOLOGICA ITALIANA. Florence.
Thirty-one volumes published.
HORSE SOCIETATIS ENTOMOLOGIC E ROSSICfE. St. Petersburg. Thirty-
three volumes published.
ANNALES DES SCIENCES NATURELLES. Paris. Commencing with 1824.


HOW TO OBTAIN ENTOMOLOGICAL BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.

Comparatively few of the works treating of the classification of North
American insects have been published as separate books; but such as
have been so published, if of comparatively recent date, can be obtained
through the regular book trade. By far the greater number of the
monographs and synopses mentioned in the preceding pages have been
published in scientific periodicals and transactions of scientific societies.
These periodicals and transactions can be obtained through the societies
which publish them and through the publishers; but, in the case of
transactions, single volumes, and more especially single papers, are -
seldom sold, and the older volumes are liable to be out of print.
Moreover, the expense attending the purchase of all of the periodicals
containing the publications on a given order of insects will be so great
as to put them beyond the reach of most entomologists. The custom '
of placing at the disposal of authors a number of separate copies of I
their papers overcomes this difficulty to some extent and creates a |
small supply. Thus it often happens that a person interested can
obtain a copy of a scientific paper by addressing the author personally. f
Many of these separate copies also get into the possession of dealers in i
second-hand books, and can be purchased from them. The American 3
Entomological Society, Philadelphia, Pa., and also a few other societies :I
here and in Europe offer for sale from their duplicates many of these|
authors' extras, and in some cases publish lists. There are, moreover,|
certain business establishments which make a specialty of the sale of :j
works and pamphlets on natural history, including entomology, and::'.
it is chiefly through such establishments that the student is enabled to.|
secure the larger portion of the works needed.
In Europe there are several of considerable reputation. All of "J
those publishing catalogues of entomological books and pamphlets ar
included in the following list:
R. Friedlaender & Sohn, Carlstrasse, 11, Berlin, Germany.


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Ed. Andr6, 21, Boulevard Bretonnitre, Beauno (C0te-d'Or), Frai''.
I1. W. Schmidt, Rannische Strasso., Nr. 1, Iallh a. S, (irmany.
,. B. Baillie'e et tils, 19, IRue IHautefeuill,, P'aris, France.
Oswald Weigel, Konigsstrasse, 1, Leipzig, Germany.
U. Hoepli, Corso Vitt. Eman., 37, Milan, Italy.
Otto Harrassowitz, Querstrasse, 14, Leipzig, Germany.
William Wesley & Son, 28 Essex street, Strand, London, England.
Max Weg, Leplaystrasse, 1, Leipzig, Germany.
Paul Klincksieck, 52, Rue des tcoles, Paris, France.
K. F. Koehler's Antiquarium, Kurprinzstrasse, 6, Leipzig, Germany.
F. L. Dames, Voss-Strasse, 32, Berlin, Germany.
Dulau & Co., 37 Soho square, London, W., England.
A. Hermann, 8, Rue de la Sorbonne, Paris, France.
John Wheldon & Co., 58 Great Queen street, London, England.
Franz Pietzcker, Tilbingen, Germany.
Ernst Heyne, Hospitalstrasse, 2, Leipzig, Germany.
Joseph Baer, Rossmarkt, 18, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany.
List & Francke, Thalstrasse, Nr. 2, Leipzig, Germany.
W. Junk, Rathenowerstrasse, 22, Berlin NW. 5, Germany.
A not inconsiderable portion of the North American literature on the
classification of insects has been published by the General Government
through various channels, and foremost among them are the Smith-
sonian Institution, the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the U. S.
National Museum, the U. S. Geological and Geographical Survey, and
the reports of the various surveys of the Territories. Many of these
publications are distributed free of cost to anyone applying for them;
while others, like certain of the Smithsonian publications, are sold at
a moderate price to cover the cost of publication. Many of them are
out of print, and can only be obtained through natural history book
dealers.
The State reports of Lintner and Forbes can be obtained from the
secretaries of the respective State agricultural societies at Albany,
N. Y., and Springfield, Ill., while the reports of the entomologists of
the State experiment stations can be obtained from the directors of the
respective stations. The older reports of the State entomologist of
Missouri and the State entomologists of Illinois (Walsh, Le Baron, and
Thomas) are all out of print and can only be obtained by purchase from
secondhand dealers. The same may be said of the well-known and
often quoted reports of Dr. Fitch, which were published with the old
volumes of the Transactions of the New York State Agricultural Society.

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