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No. I 1793
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
FOREST PRODUCTS LABORATORY
Madison 5, Wisconsin
In Cooperation with the University of Wisconsin
PUERTO RICAN WOODS AND THEIR UTILIZATION
(Compiled by ELOISE (CERRY and FRUNCES J. FLICK)
Prepared at the request of the Tropical Forest Experiment Station of the U. S.
Forest Service, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, this bibliography attempts to list
bticl:ground references contributing to a better understanding of available
Puerto Ric:in woods and their uses. The time-span covered by the references is
roughly 1900-1,50. Historical material, trade statistics, and botanical des-
cription largely are omitted, although these aspects may be followed up by
examnining reference lists included in items cited in the bibliography.
A study of available information points out that little work has been done on
Puerto Rican woods. Such a study also confirms statements of L. V. Teesdale
and J. W. Girard of the U. S. Forest Service in their 1945 reconnaisance
report, Wood Utilization in Puerto Rico, to the effect that there are no
existing reliable statistics on the forest resource, growth, drain, produc-
tion, or products require'nc-nts of the Island as a whole. A large volume of
rough and finished timber products consumed in Puerto Rico are imported, al-
though yields from existing forest cover have continuing, if unmeasured,
economic L-'rmortance. Better utilization of island-produced and imported
timber products is a concern of the Tropical Forest Experiment Station staff,
as well as of others interested in improving Puerto Rico's general economy.
Most refenr nces in the bibliography were collected by Eloise Gerry, Forest
Fro iucts Technologist, in connection with her work on foreign woods in the
Division of Silvicultural Relations, U. S. Forest Products Laboratory.
Furthi-r checking of sources, and preparation of the list for reproduction,
were done by Frances J. Flick, bibliographer, from the staff of the U. S.
Department of AMriculturc Library.
The bibliegriphy is divided into three sections: I, Puerto Rican Woods and
their Utilization (General); II, References Relative to Wood Protection and
PrLs. rv'ation; III, Other References with Possible Application to the Puerto
Rican Situation. Sections II and III do not represent intensive search in
the subjects involved. The material is included as supplementary information
for uses of the bibliography.
Gcn:ral arrangement within the sections is alphabetical by author. Due to
the small num-ber of references, it has not been thought necessary to index
subjects covered. Unless othervTise indicated, call numbers at the end of each
citation are those of U. S. Depairtrnit of Agriculture libraries.
A primary source of refcr...nccs, heavily drawn upon, was a typewritten list,
References on the Woods of Puerto Rico, compiled in 19h8 by the Tropical
For. st ExperimLint Station.
No. R1793 (March 1951)
Other sources consulted are as follows:
U. S, Department of Agriculture Library, especially that of its
Branch in the Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin.
University of Wisconsin libraries.
Bibliographies, Indexes and Special Files:
-hern, G.P., and Newton, H.K. A bibliography on woods of the
Bibliography of Agriculture, 1945-1950.
Blake, S.F., and Atwood, A.C. Geographical guide to floras
of the world, USDA Misc. P. 401. 1942.
Caribbean Forester, v. 1-11. Oct. 1939-July 1950; and Index,
Record, S.J., and Hess, R.W. Timbers of the New World. 1943.
Tropical Woods, cumulative index, 1949.
U. S. Forest Serv., Trop. Forest Expt. Sta. Publications of the
Tropical Forest Exp;-riment Station. 1950.
Bibliographies attached to included references.
Files in the Forest Products Laboratory.
PUERTO RICAN WOODS AND THEIR UTILIZATION
AHERK, G.P., and NEWTON, H.K. A bibliography on woods of the world,
exclusive of the temperate region of North America and with emphasis
on tropical woods. New York, Amer. Soc. Mech. Engin., 1928. 77P.
References on woods of the West Indies, p.18-21.
APORTACION pecuniaria de los bosques publicos al campesino puertorriqueiio.
Carib. Forester 7: 283-284. Oct. 1946. 1.9622 T2C23
BARRETT, O.W. The fall of Porto Rican forests. Plant World 5*
111-112, June 1902. 450 P69
BATES, C.Z.. Silvicultura elemental para escolares. San Juan,
Puerto Rico Dept. Agr, y Comn., 1932. 34p, 99 B31
Includes illustrations of Puerto Rican trees.
BEVAi, A. A forest policy for the American tropics. Carib.
Forester 4: 49-53. Jan. 1943. 1.9622 T2C23
Lxanples of plantation failures and inferior species utilization
in Puerto Rico.
______ The forest problem in Puerto Rico.
Com. de Puerto Rico 32: 447-44g. Sept. 1940.
Rev. Agr. Indus, y
BRITTON, N.L., and WILSON, P. Botany of Porto Rico and the Virgin
Islands. Iew York Academy of Sciences, Scientific Survey of Porto
Rico and the Virgin Islands, v. 5-6, 8 pts. Ref. Aug. 10, 1923-
Dec. 19, 1930. 409 N483
BRT1ER, E.i i. Algunas de los problems concernientes a la silvicultura
en Puerto Rico. Rev. Agr. de Puerto Rico 2(5): 12-16. Apr. 1919.
E_________ 1 Bosque Nacional de Luquillo.
Rico 2(5): 33-42. Apr. 1919. 8 R325
L_________ os manglnres de Puerto Rico.
Rico 2(5): 19-27. Apr. 1919. 8 R325
B.R1iSH, W.D. Balsa (Ochroma lagopus Sw,) In
Forest Service, U.S. Dept. Agr. 14p. 1945
________ Lignumvitae (Guajacum spp.) In
Forest Service, U,S, Dept. Agr. 14p. 1938.
Rev. Agr. de Puerto
Rev. Agr. de Puerto
CARIBBEAX FORESTER, quarterly, v. 1-11. Oct. 1939-July 1950.
A separate author and subject index covers the period Oct. 1939-
CARIBBEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL. COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION,
FISHERIES AND FORESTRY. Forest research within the Oaribbean area.
Washington, 1947. 128p. Ref. 99.34 019
Puerto Rico, p.55-59.
CARROLL, H.K. Report on Porto Rico, Washington, U.S. Treas.
Dept., 1899. 813P. 151.1 023
The fauna and flora of Porto Rico, by A. Stahl, p,222-230,
includes lists of tree species, woods, their specific gravity, and
COOK, O.F. A synopsis of the palms of Porto Rico.
Club. B. 28; 525-569. Oct. 1901. 456.3 077
________ and COLLINS, G.N. Economic plants of Porto Rico.
U.S. Natl. Herb. Contr. 8: 56-269. June 27, 1903. 450 076
COOK, M.T., and GLEASON, H.A. Ecological survey of the flora of
Porto Rico. Porto Rico Dept. Agr. J. 12(1/2), 139p. Ref,
July 1928. 8 P832J
DICKINSON, F.E., HESS, R.W., and WANGAARD,F.F. Properties and uses
of tropical woods, I. Trop. Woods 95, 145p. June 1, 1949.
Includes tests of the following Puerto Rican woods: Buchenavia
capitata, Hymenaea courbaril, Manilkara bidentata, and Tetragastris
DURLAlTD, 9 W.D.
Forest regeneration in Porto Rico. Econ. Geog,
Oct. 1929. 278.8 Ec7
The status of forestry in Porto Rico. J. Forestry
Nov. 1925. 99.8 F768
EVANS, R.M. Puerto Rico. In U.S. Forest Serv. A national plan
for American forestry, p.16146-651. Washington, 1933. 1 F76Na
GERHART, G.A, Forestry notes from Porto Rico.
22: 144. June 1930. 99.8 F763
GERRY, ELOISE. Information Leaflet,
U.S. For, Prod. Lab. Mimeo Bpt. SR-4.
Santa Maria (Calophyllum),
GIFFORD, J.C. The Luquillo Forest Reserve, Porto Rico. U.S.
Bur. Forestry B. 54, 52p. 1905. 1 F76B
Trees of the Luquillo region, by JC. Gifford and O.W. Barrette
GILL, T. Tropical forests of the Caribbean. Washington, Trop4
Plant.Res. Found., 1931. 318p, Ref, 99.1 G4l
Puerto Rico and Haiti, p.127-146.
GILORMINI, J.A. Manual para la propagaci6n de arboles y el
establecimiento de plantaciones forestales en Puerto Rico.
Piedras, Puerto Rico Dept. Agr. y Cornm., 1947. 125p. Ref.
Includes tables of common and scientific tree names, and some notes
on utilization incidental to silviculture.
GLEASON1, H.A. and COOK, M.T. Plant ecology of Porto Rico. New
York Academy of Sciences, Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the
Virgin Islands v, 7, pts. 1-2, 173P. Feb. 22, 1927. 409 N483
GREE1TE, E.O. Santa Marfa; a neotropical timber of the genus
Calophyllum. Trop. Woods 30: 9-16. June 1932. 99.08 YlTr
GREGORY, L.E. An ecological survey of the Polytechnic Institute
arboretum. Carib. Forester 7: 1-36. Jan. 1946. 1.9622 T2C23
N_________ otes on the yaroy palm of Puerto Rico and the
strpw industry derived from it. Oarib. Forester 1(4): 13-16.
July 1940. 1.9622 T2023
GROFF, G.G. Forest conditions in Porto Rico. Forest Leaves
7; 183. Dec. 1900. 99.8 F763
HLLdT, M, Where pine and tropical hardwood meet. Pan Amer. Union
B. 44: 330-331. Mar, 1917. 150.9 M76
Trade in San Juan.
HIBBEIT, T., and PICO, R. Industrial development of Puerto Rico
and the Virgin Islands of the United States. Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, 1948. 300p. 280.l14 0192
Forest resources, p,142-144.
HILL, R.Tj Notes on the forest conditions of Porto Rico.
USDA Div. Forestry B. 25, 4sp. 1899. 1 F76B
HOLDRIDGE, L.R. A brief sketch of the Puerto Rican flora. In
Plants and Plant Science in Latin America, p.-81-3. Waltham, Mass.,
Chron, Bot. Co., 1945, 453 V58
C___________ alophyllum antillanum, a desirable tree for
difficult planting sites. Carib. Forester 1(2): 27-28. Jan. 1940.
___________ Forestry in Puerto Rico.
7-11. Oct. 1939. 1.9622 T2023
Carib. Forester l(l):
___________ The possibility of close cooperation for mutual benefit
between agriculture and forestry in the american tropics. Carib.
Forester 1(3): 25-29. opr. 1940. 1.9622 T2023
HOLDRIDGE, L.R. Some notes on the mangrove swamps of Puerto Rico.
Carib. Forester 1(4): 19-29. July 1940. 1.9622 T2C23
Tress of Puerto Rico. U.S. Forest Serv., Trop. Forest
Expt. Sta. Occas. Paper 1-2, 2 v. Mar., Sept. 1942# Ref.
HORN, C.L. Plant resources of Puerto Rico. In Plants and Plant
Science in Latin America, p.83-85. Waltham, Mass., Chron. Bot. Go.,
1945. 453 V58
PRAIIER, W.P. La Casuarina. Rev. Agr. de Puerto Rico 12; 15-16.
Jan. 1924. 8 R325
Forestry work in the island of Porto Rico# J. Forestry
24: 419-425. Apr. 1926. 99.8 F768
________ Timber markets in Porto Rico. Forest Worker 6(6)s
11-12. Nov. 1930. 1 F76Fw
LEGRAPJTD, JF. Plantas tiles de Puerto Rico. Rev. Agr, de Puerto
Rico 3(2); 5-15; (3)t 21-27; (4); 5-11; (5): 1-9; (6): 15-16; (7);
12-16; 4(1): 20-26; (2): 5-10; (4): 17-24; 5(4): 1-11. July-Dec.
1919, Jan.-Feb,, Apr., Oct. 1920. 8 R325
LUQUILLO species classified by utility. Carib. Forester 10: 103-104.
Apr. 1949. 1.9622 T2023
MARRERO, J. Forest planting in the Caribbean National Forest; past
experience as a guide for the future. Carib. Forester 9: 85-213l
Ref. Apr. 1948. 1.9622 T2023
Experience with 38 species.
________ Results of forest planting in the Insular Forests of
Puerto Rico, Oarib. Forester 11: 107-147. July 1950. Ref,
_______ What are the uses of farm forest tree species? Carib.
Forester 10: 249-253. Oct. 1949. 1.9622 T2023
MzTTOOI1T, W.R. Forest trees and forest regions of the United States,
USDA Misc. P.217, 54p. June 1940. 1 Ag84M
Forests of Puerto Rico, p.48-49, lists tree species by relative
imp ortance or abundance.
MURPHY, L.B. Forests of Porto Rico, past, present, and future, and
their physical -nd economic environment, USDA B. 354, 99p, Ref.
Oct. 20, 1916. 1 Ag84B
Trees of Porto Rico, by W.D. Brush, L.S. Murphy, and C, D. Mell,
IMURPEY, L.S. A preliminary report on the forest problems of Porto
Rico. Puerto Rico Bd. Comnrs. Agr. Rpt. 1: 48-61. Jan. 1, 1912.
EW YORK ,.CADEMY OF SCIENCES. Scientific survey of Porto Rico and
the Virgin Islands, v. 5-, 11-15, 1923-1935. 409 N483
I MIEZ MEL' DEZ, E. Plantas medicinales de possible cultivo en
Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Agr. Expt, Sta., Rio Piedras, B. 67,
47p. Juno 1945, 100 PS3
Describes native trees, among which are Guaiacum officinale and
Hacm. toxylon campechianum.
OTZRO, J.I., and TORO, R.A. Catalogo de los nombres vulgares y
cicntf icos de algunas plants puertorriquenas. Puerto Rico Agr.
Expt. Sta., Rio Piedras, B. 37, 24Sp. Ref. 1931. 100 PS3
___________________ and P1G.A 23 0TERO, L. Cata'logo
de los nombres vulgares y cientficos de algunas plants puertorri-
cqucilps. Ed. 2. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Fed. Expt. Sta., 1946.
211p. Ref. 452.14 Ot2
Ed. 1 issued as B, 37 by Puerto Rico Agr. Expt. Sta., Rio Piedras,
1931, 100 P83
PERKINS, J. The Leguminosae of Porto Rico. U.S. ITptl. Herb. Contr.
10: 133-220. June 10, 1907. 450 076
PORTO RICAN woods. Amer. Lumberman 1974: 52. Mar. 15, 1913.
PUERTO RICO. FEDERAL EXPERIMENT ST.ATIOiT, MAYAGUEZ. Annual reports,
1936-1950. 1 Ex65
Include reports on insect investigations and on bamboo development,
FU-KTO RICO. In U.S. Bur, of the Census, 16th Census of the United
States; 1940. Manufactures, 1939, v.3, p.1139-1152. Washington,
1942. 157.4 0164
Includes employment information and statistics for furniture and
PUERTO RICO AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Selected bibliography
on Puerto Rico. Rio Piedras, 1937. 13p. 242.12 P96
Typewritten summaries evaluate 13 publication with respect to forestry
inform t ion.
PU3RTO RICO, S-RV. FORESTAL INSULAR. Reports. Incomplete.
1935/36-to date. 99.9 P96
Reports and summaries of activities are also available in annual
reports of the Puerto Rico Dept. Agriculture & Commerce and in annual
reports of the Governor of Puerto Rico.
(UINO1'ES, L.R. Informe preliminary sobre la utilizaci6n practice de
la cortoza del mangle (Rhizophora mangle). Carib. Forester 5: 44-47m
Oct. 1943. 1.9622 T2023
RECORD, S.J. and HESS, R.W. Timbers of the New World. New Haven,
Yale U. Press, 1943. 640p. Ref. 99.79 R24Tn
________ and MELL, C.D. Timbers of tropical America. New Haven,
Yale U, Press, 1924. 610p. 99.79 R24T
_________ The woods of Mexico, Centrril and South America and the
West Indies. In, International Critical Tables 2: 39-42. New York,
jMcGraw-Hill, 1927. 325 In8i
STAHL, A. Studios sobre la flora de Puerto Rico. Ed. 2. San
Jaun, Fed. Emergency Relief Admin., 1936-37. 3v. 456.3 Sti
TEESDALE, L.V., and GIRARD, J.W. Wood utilization in Puerto Rico.
W,-.shington, U.S. Forest Serv., 1945. 46p. Ref. (TP-21)
TROPICAL WOODS, nos.l-97. Mar. 1925-Nov. 1, 1950. 99.08 YlTr
A general index and index to scientific names was issued in Dec.
1949; an index to vernacular and trade names, in May 1950.
U.S. FOREST SERVE TROPICAL FOREST EXPERIMINT STATION. Annual
reports, 1940-1947. Irregular. 1.9622 T2An7
Certain reports not issued separately are summarized in Carribbean
Forester. An example is the Tenth Annual Report, published in
Carribbean Forester 11: 59-104. Apr. 1950. 1.9622 T2C23.
P.63 summaries the year's research in forest products,
P.R. Publications of the Tropical Forest Experiment Station. Jan.
1950. lOp. 1.9622 T2P96
U.S. FOREST SERV. TROPICAL REGION. General utility classification
of the more important timber tree species occurring in the natural
forests of Puerto Rico. 1947. 6p. 1.9622 T2G28
UPSOi, A., and WADSWORTH, F.H. The development of forest land
-iannneu.ont in tropical America. U.S. Dept. Stpte, Internatl,
Organ. & Conf. Ser. 2, Amer. Repubs. 4: 582-588. 1948. (Proceedings
of the Inter-Amer. Conf. on Conserv. of Renewable Nat. Resources,
Denver, Colo.) 150 In82
*USES and characteristics of some native trees. Puerto Rico Serv.
Forestal Insul-r C. 6, 4p. 1924 99.9 P96B
UTILIZaTIOIT of Puerto Rican woods. Carib. Forester 9: 69. Jan.
1948. 1.9622 T2023
Suni.-.ary of research conducted by the U.S. Forest Service, Tropical
Forest Experiment Station,
WADSWORTH, F.H. -.ngel Monserrate's forest.
1-10. Jan. 1949. 1.9622 T2023
Caribe. Forester 10
n___________ approach to silviculture in tropical America
and its application in Puerto Rico. Oarib, Forester S: 245-268.
Oct, 1947. 1.9622 T2023
Classifies Puerto Rican woods as A., Desirable species; B.,
Mediocre species; Co., Inferior species.
The evaluation of forest tree species in Puerto
Rico, as affected by the local forest problem. Oarib. Forester
4: 54-58. Jan. 1943. 1,9622 T2023
___________ How should farm forests be managed? Oarib. Forester
10: 253-259. Oct. 1949. 1.9622 T2023
Coraon utility and growth rate of farm forest trees, p.57-59
___________ The Las Oobanitas campeche (Haematoxylon campechianum)
plantation. Oarib. Forester 4; 140-143. Apr. 1943. 1.9622 T2023
N___________ otes on the climax forests of Puerto Rico and their
destruction and conservation prior to 1900. Carib. Forester I1: 3&-56.
Ref. Jan. 1950. 1.9622 T2023
___________ Pcmarrosa, Jambosa jambos (L.) Millsp. and its
place in Puerto Rico. Oarib. Forester 4: 183-194. July 1943.
___________ Silviculture in tropical America and Puerto Rico.
Oarib. Comn. Mon. B. l(ll): 17-21. Ref. June 1948. 280.9 019
___________ and GILOaM'I1TI, J.A. The potentialities of forestry
on Mona Island. Carib. Forester 6: 219-244. July 1945.
Includes tree species.
Roble (Tabebuia pallida), a valuable forest tree
in Puerto Rico. Caribs Forester 4: 59-76.
Further notes on regeneration in 6: 267-272.
___________ What will be the returns from farm forestry?
Carib. Forester 10: 259-266. Oct. 1949. 1.9622 T2C23
Tabulates species, site, and age when suited for various products.
The physical-mechanical properties of certain
Indian timbers, 3 pts. Carib. Forester 7: 151-189; 191-251. Apr.-
July 1946. 1.9622T2023
I, Dacryodos excelsa; II, Sloanea berteriana, III, Pinus occidentalis,
WHITE, D.G. Bamboo culture and utilization in Puerto Rico,
Rico. Puerto Rico Fed. Expt. Sta., Mayaguez, C. 29, 34P.
Apr. 194S. 1 Ex65
________ COBIN, M., and SEGUINOT ROBLES, P. The relation
betwccn curing nnd durability of Bpmbusa tuloides. Oarib. Forester
7: 253-273. Ref. July 1946. 1.9622 T2023
ZON, R., and SPARHAWK, W.11.
York, McGraw-Hill, 1923.
Porto Rico, p. 651-657.
Forest resources of the world.
Ref. 99.1 Z7
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(Cordia alliodora L.) in Trinidad with special reference to canker
disease (Puccinia cordiae (P. Henn.) Arthur). Trinidad Imper.
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BROOKS, R.L., ADiiMSOIT, A.M., BAKER, R.E.D., and CROWD, S.H.
Durability tests on untreated timbers in Trinidad. Carib. Forester
2; 101-119. Apr. 1941. 1,9622 T2023
DDT protects bamboo. U.S. Dept. Agr., USDA 9(10): 4. May 8, 1950.
DELLOiT, D. Some observations on forest entomology in Puerto Rico.
Carib. Forester 2: 160-163. July 1941. 1.9622 T2C23
Insects affecting forest products, p.162.
EDMO1TDSO1T, C.H. Reaction of woods from South America and Caribbean
areas to marine borers in Hawaiian waters. Carib. Forester 10:
37-42. Jan. 1949. 1.9622 T2C23
MARTORELL, L.F. Biological notes on the sea-grape sawfly,
Schizocera krugii Cresson, in Puerto Rico. Carib. Forester 2:
141-144. Apr. 1941. 1.9622 T2C23
___________ Forests and forest entomology. Cnrib. Forester
4: 132-134. Apr. 1943. 1.9622T2023
~___________ otes on the biology of Mesocondyla concordalis
Hilbner and its parasites. Oarib. Forester 2: 18-19. Oct. 1940.
__________ Some notes on forest entomology. Carib. Forester
(1)1: 25-26; (2): 31-32; (3): 23-24; 2: 80-82. Oct. 1939-APr. 1940,
Jan. 1941. 1.9622 T2023
___________ A survey of the forest insects of Puerto Rico,
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Oct. 1945. 8 P832J
PLj:K, H.K. Insecticidal properties of some plants growing in
Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Fed. Expt. Sta., Mayaguez, B. 49, 17p.
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________ Biology of the bamboo powder-post beetle in Puerto Rico.
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PLALK, H.K. Studies of factors influencing attack and control of the
brf'boo powder-post beetle. Puerto Rico Fed. Expt. Sta., Mayaguez,
B. 48, 39p. Ref. Aug. 1950. 1 Ex65
REID, D. Creosote penetration in tabonuco wood as affected by pre-
liminary boiling treatments in organic solvents. Carib. Forester 41
23-34. Oct. 1942. 1o9622 T2023
SCHEFF=R, T.O., and DUNCAN, O.G. The decay resistance of certain
Central American and Ecuadorian woods, Trop. Woods 92; 1-24. Dec. 1,
1947. 99.08 YlTr
A VASCULAR wilt of Calophyllum in El Salvador. Oarib. Forester 10:
309-310. Oct. 1949. 1.9622 T2C23
WOLCOTT, G.N. Comejdn y polilla6 Puerto Rico Agr. Expt. Sta. B.
48, 26p. Mar. 1939. 100 P83
_____ The comparative resistance of woods to the attack of
the termite Cryptotermes brevis Walker. Puerto Rico Agr. Expt.
Sta. B, 33, 15p. Aug. 1924. 100 P83
_________ The compounds of copper most effective in making wood
resistant to the attack of the West Indian dry-wood termite, Cryptotermes
brevis (Walker). Carib. Forester 10: 197-203. Ref. July 1949.
_________ The dispersion of the cottony cushion scale in Puerto
Rico in eight years. Oarib. Forester 2: 132-135. Apr. 1941.
_________ The entomologist looks at maga (Montezuma speciosissima).
Carib. Forester 1(2): 29-30. Jan. 1940. 1.9622 T2023
_________ Factors in the natural resistance of woods to termite
attack. Carib. Forester 7: 121-150. Apr. 1946. 1.9622 T2023
_________ How to make wood unpalatable to the West Indian dry-
wood termite, Cryptotermes brevis Walker. Oarib. Forester 4:
145-157; 5: 171-180; 6; 245-266. July 1943, July 1944, July 1945.
_________ .n index to the termite-resistance of woods. Puerto
Rico Agr. Expt. Sta. B. 85, 26p. Sept, 1950. O100 83
_________ A list of woods arranged according to their resistance
to the attack of the "polilla", the dry-wood termite of the West Indies,
Cryptotermes brevis Walker. Carib. Forester 1(4): 1-10. July 1940.
A revised listing appears in v. 7; 329-336. Oct. 1946.
The most effective termite repellents,
Apr. 1949. 421 J822
J. Econ. Entom.
________ An outbreak of the scale insect, Asterolecanium puStulans
Cockerell, on maga, Montezuma speciosissima. Carib. Forester 2:
6-7. Oct. 1940. 1.9622 T2023
The permanence of termite repellents.
Ref. Feb. 1947. 421 J822
J. Econ. Entom.
________ The resistance to dry -wood termite attack of some
Central American woods. Carib. Forester 9: 53-56. Jan. 1948.
________ Termite repellents; a summary of laboratory tests.
Puerto Rico Agr, Expt. Sta. B. 73, Sl8p. Ref. &ug. 1947.
________ Trees for roadside planting in Puerto Rico. Carib.
Forester 6: 115-129. Apr. 1945. 1.9622 T2C23
Insects associated with trees both introduced and native.
_________ What to do about polilla. Puerto Rico Agr. Expt.
Sta. B. 68, 29p. Ref. Feb. 1946. 100 P83
Other References with Possible Application to the Puerto Rican Situation
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4v. 425.S B26
BRUSH, W.D. Lignumvitae (Guajacum species). Washington, 1938.
14p. (Foreign Woods Series). 1 F76Fwo
BURUiS, L.V. Roofing shingles in Jamaica. Oarib. Forester 4:
9-15. Oct. 1942. 1.9622 T2023
Includes brief notes on properties of wood utilized.
CALLAHAMi, J.R. Lignun-vitae wood for processing applications.
Chem, & Metall. Engin. 51(5): 129-131. May 1944. 381 EL2
DAVIS, E.l.i Exploratory tests on machining and related properties
of fifteen tropical American hardwoods. U.S. Forest Serv., Forest
Prod. Lab. R 1744, lOp. Apr. 1949. 1.9 F761R
KRIBS, D.". Commercial foreign woods on the American market; a
manual to their structure, identification, uses, and distribution.
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