An annotated bibliography of the Mexican cotton boll weevil

An annotated bibliography of the Mexican cotton boll weevil


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BUREAU OF !;, 'i'I,.m',Y-CIRCULAR 1,,. ii
L. 0. HOWA\RD. Ei. Ilo ioIit and Chief of Bureau.




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L. 0. HloWARD), Entomologist and (Chief of Burcau.
C. L. MARLATT, Entomologist and Acting Chief in Absence of Chief.
II. S. CLIFTON, Execultive Assistant.
W. F. TASTET, I.f l.fClerk.
F. H. CILITTENDEN, in charge of truck crop anrd stored product insect investigations.
A. D. HoPKINS, in charge of forest insect investigations.
W. D. I1 iNTER, in charge of southern field crop insect .' :...'...
F. M. WEB ISTER, in charge of (ccre1( a"d forage iIs!ct i (t iqotions.
A. L. QUAINTANCE, in 1, .. of dCcid(uous fruit insect investigations.
E. F. PHILLIlS, in chlrg of bee c ltore.
D. M. RO(ER'S in clurge of prerreotig spread of moths, field work.
ROLLA P. C('U RRiE, in charge of ditorial work.
MABEL COLCORD, in ..f of library.


W. D. HUNTER, in (.. 1i,
F. C. B3isnopp, H. P. WOOD, W. V. KING, G. N. WOLCOTT, engaged in tick investiga-
W. D. PIERCE, J. D. MITrCIJELL, E. S. I'l i. ,, T. E. HOLLOWAY, G. D. SMITH, E. A.
MCGRiEGOIR, HARRY PINKITS, W. A. THOiMAS, ",i'.i \- LUCAS, ,,. ,I in cotton-boll

A. C. MORGAN, G. A. RUNNER, S. E. CRUMB, engaged in tobacco insect investigations.
T. C. BARBER, C. E. HOOD, ( .-.. ... in sugar cane and rice insect investigations.
F. C. PRATT, engaged in cactus insect inrestigations.

United States Department of Agriculture,

L. 0. HOWARD, Entomologist and Chief of Bureau.

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B1y F. (C. lhqsiio ,r fit awlP{ I.'., .. t.
Thlie invasion of thie 'mii ,l Sltates l)x the cotton-,Iiill weevil linas
caluseld revoluitiomnaryv l Chanell: s in thel area in which cotton is produced.
Not only have awriiculltural practices bicnl c/han:edl, l( t (lie wolinie
e'onimic, sl'titiI'ell' of I tuie Sttat s coeulierledi lias been al'rcctrd. Mere-
over. thlrol.hi laile tra ela ioils tlle boll-eex'vil problem lo ts at racted
extensive attention outideh of ithe t'iited Stales. The literi'ilt ure
that has naturaiiillv voi iitip on tliis silljecit is ot itilerest to variois
persoosl It interests entoill ii,.ts (ion a ot- lill o)f tlihe del(iiled inves-
ti_'.ition of tle insect and 'or other reasolis: cttol plliltlcrs, onl
accounlllt ofIl their o\nVII exiieriellnee in 01utlliIl produce lie sll ha uple: loton ier-
chantlis, oil accouilit of thie Iinn;iler ill which il(he size a:iid distlriuiltiol
of tle crop lhas been alt'eclet; and hiistorlians 1and ecioiuuiliisls, oni
taccoillit of tie ilnlillner in which h insiitultionsi, -suth as the relation'
between tenant andl lantlori, Laxe been anll'ectcd.
Thle object i, tlie ipre'sentl pulicitatio, is to fiuniisii anlt index to lhis
liteirattlre for thie use of the lipersns wl ho Lave been mentlioinedui and
others. There is ait present dello lilfor such a publlalimitii, especially
inl t(e IEastern Stales of tile( cut tonll bell. andl this demand will
undoUIbtiditly ilicrea:se as lilie pa5s-cs.
Tihe literature (in tile boll weevil is proalu; a"s extenllsive as that
on a:llll her injurious illsect. It is scattered thiroli&1i hllllldredls of
iulietnliins, c vxr's a ,oulit ;i.,)ul) pai es, a11nd is in s severall l i,_'ii::i .
This ..I, ri includes lil of lie more inlorlalit \vrilii_-. cilli "
297 titles. In order to include at considerable n blllliier which eare of
I,.. \ D. Iuntrli, hI cli t i.i ruil lu'ii r llic IIt sli t llonl .


Tsfliid June It, 19Ll


special historical or economic interest it lhas been necessary to make
referen('es to a number of agricultural journals and similar period-
icals. Such journals furnished tlihe only source for a considerable
('lass of information. Articles of minor or icuidenthal im portance
have not been included. A certain number of visionarllYa'V and contro-
versial articles have also been excluded. It is believed, however,
fliat references are made to all oif the writingi's necessary to furnish
such in formation re-araing the various ramifi(cations of the weevil
problem as nima be (desired 1) nimost persons. In the laboratory of
thle Bureau of Entolology at D)allas, Tex., however, a complete
ti'tuslcript 1fbiblioraipvl. consistin! o'f 515 titles, is to fe found.
Access to this manuscript will lie given to such persons as may desire
to niake use ()f it.


No. 1. ANDEW'soN, ,J. )., IS9)7. After the boll weevil. vl. 17, 9, p. 4, 17enber S.
Ila ailtl of ; iirl ilt a of l.fanners in ('uero. Toex. As a preventive aigianst bull weevil loss,
the 111i6n1' of tie1 cotton sltalks nnl trash in fields was recommended. Certain useless
pro,,, daigs were also re(ommendeii ,l, such as use of light traps and poisoning with various
stl} analces.
No. 2. AxON., IS97.--El pictiudo (Arlhwtonjmus .,r.....' B3oh.). Doeumnentos referentes
a sit existeni'ia enl Mexico y a si invasion en los Estados Unidos del Norte.
Mlexico, (Oficina Tip. de la Secretaria de Fotietto, 100 pp., 5 tigs.
anlt aill a t latter fhah ai \rol Mexican cottol planters setting forth ideas regarding thle boll
wetvil a ni 1ians of control. It also onlains !r:i atlaalions of two ptubliala is of the Divi-
sion of 1ntomologxy, U. S. IDeparlment of Agariiilltlire. (See aos. 122 and 3010.)
No. 3. ANON., IS)7.-Junta de defensa "C(ontra el Pieudo." ano 5, pp. 8 9, (t)' ber 8.
iirief dteserilptiolln of tlie weevil's history and means of control used in the Vnited States.
An appeal to the Iplantrs of the Laguna to prevent the introduction of the pest into that
No. 4. ANON., 1903.-G(rowing cotton despite the weevil. p. 5, February 7.
I'rges the a(loption off tihe recommendations of those who hawv studied the life history and
habits of the weevil anlld I li a allndolllient of thie idea of exterailallation.
No. 5. ANON., 1903.-The boll weevil reward. No- :39, p. 2, August 12.
A copy of the l e nil b ahixh thie sui'1 of $."0,(X)0 was set apart as a reward for a practical
rImAy for the boll wev11, il
No. 6. ANON., 1903. -1Reme((li(s suested for exterminating the boll weevil. Stockman & Farnter, vol. 2' No. 40, p. 6, August 19.
A number of rIlmedi's for the boll weev'il suggested in response to "I.. .,i i, ofa reward
by thie State of Texas.
No. 7. ANON., 19(03:. Th1 boll weevil here to stay. Se'ptenibe'r 5.
Mention of 1he fact that the weevil was found in portions of lTexas fromni which the weevil
had iniglr:ilte'l and olher stalIenlts lqulotled from Mr. W. 1). Hunter regarding the pornna-
nllelc ofl til pe' t ,
No. S. ANON., 19)03. Mar'chines for the destruction of the boll weevil.< I 'arin &
IRanch, vol. 22, 4 figs., p1). I, November 7.
iemarkls on various dev ices d(lesigned for use against thie boll weevil.


No. 9. ANON., 1(; L l iar p t Y l pi O 'ii .-H I 'r.'r Mexi ', ano 10, 1 2" 1.

TAI, 10. Aii, 1 !1 vim,,l in ivu h li x J r ,., ,h, t I 22, 1) ,
I ..
4*); dw 10-lpA |>feOw %AMiOMt.Oa n

No. 1.1, AuON 1I >. llira vei vi ee l n iixi.i IT xi & Im.arkii x I l. h23, pl,. .Ma 7.,
1 t l f 1 t h 1 :X o h ,, + : i [ 11' p1I' + j *- 1 1 :I ; %%I; h

AAb 1. Ax Ii t IN'h", ol x w h, i h I. I r i L II 'i ii Ranch N od it S,
Alai ItI.
An aI r mi : i 'f >: i"^ n1 I o ft lln' to th d UM'd to i-ti u'k [he1: :A \9 :\i >i it in

No. 13. ANvN.. ,I I0.o \hiie ti ; x wx'xvii ii n,,t ]i;h[n ', Nod, 23, p). S,
l i>.c r>. ,(t;-l iu iti, ;i ilIii.r d Sl ii' v .>il! iixit; ; < !.*!. t l. rt\ ix iii I>!o

1hr u Wr A A r hm i tT
NO. 11. AN(-\ 10 1 aii niKa i -io l we v l li~.1, 'iiiA t n li 'l .H

Ma) 11

I vi~l v. xxv{l): ;v if i p x: + '1 'Iu rI \k: ofXl ,1 i i r 4 1.
Con l iv i d j7'EH o 1 io 1 di to hll 'o 'lni. ii I i

Nv. 1IS. ANON. l!))ll Wh1 r xxinx wjeil. isi nvit 1'i'x;iri I .i vi 1,iii, vol i 23 2.S

( >n> l vn i A lii i ;i.'i -, r i~ 3d 'i i -i.k.o tn \ r li ij'
NOi. 11. Axo\.. 1 1. A lan v fevil .... i.,ii 1, arm & 11,I l v l. 23. p. 17,s
May 14.
(\>ii ',ii -r\tr. i( of i -;j>.Ji.i lI rof.1l. ",, M nr;"iin Ntiiini{i.;
ou1t i B ill xo of V ; xa 1 ix ill iih *f '}:.* S r k Ft iv i lol r ii x l. 1i N{a[o.l is

Ttl ipt- ~ p oi-i t ':;. oi n l 'r ..i .!! ![n ii!* II in-i
No. I',. A\N \., I l. I',li t w ,L I il sfpr l a. d in x irx h T mxas...iarm &I lan lh, vol. "'2.'
p. S, S*,ir hei 2 r 12.
Nii ifir. n All +)+'cur :'{ n ;fth Il'i.'vixii in (' ilir ('i ) illlt BT il.i Ii., l x i ]i ) M r. '\ [1
1li\ t xi l I>if 1 i r l x ix lii I r ui Lvi IixFl. 2 !N {u oi K F"

No. 16. A O ., 1 I'Nor ll ( I r s as. t1lai (Ie v h iv :1 pivtdi') alixl l.
< I l'r/r Il exio, al 11, I. 711. 1v.cmhr S.

thr rlllt] iral syst1 of [ : l i oll ,,.mvi) rom rl*tI+.

No. 17. Axox.. IN!+O' I"l1 vw 'il I" ~(ay.Q'l'exas Stwkiao n & lFari,,r, vN l. 24(, Io.
'2"2, p. 3, A i~ril 2';.

No. 18. ANox,. 1')(. SH iread of lhi hll d i m- vil viv i i .<'l'r ,.xas Stv i nkman &
l''arn r. vo.. 2,', N 12. p. 3, ', .
I IllTrll r iilllill k liit d11 .ii11 < ii d i *Id 1 ( ,tif 11ii I1 tt 1 I ili l. \ ii x

No1 19. ANON., 19I)>. T le' 1 All we, vil's p,,wer. .:.l-';in A: I.m 'l. ,ol. -Iw. l S T9,
Sqpt] d wi'r 2!9.

rllh ltl: < llrr .- t Uli }\ :I's ;l.' I .llrr

No. 2(. ANO\N I!)l)V. Sta us (- 4 1(teV etlni liol wev i "l. l-';1rn R Ilanch l, vol. 27, N t.
X2 P. L7, July 11.

No. 21. ANON., 10l '). A l;le -ltn !+a>,,i in l.Diii- na. YFarn Ib h. vxl. W % ,4
No. 22, p, 2, MaN 2(.
fci. uii l{ mI ] In l, .;i and 11 i pi>r}i- nl rty is ;ill<>ril


No. 22. ANON., 1909.-Boll weevil of two States. ... ., A t.A iu-, 25.
Brief statement regarding percentage of infestation in parts of Mississippi and Louisiana
and upon (he eftlct of tIhe dry, hot wcat er.
No. 23. ANJON., 1909.--Boll weevil status in Oklahoma.<\.,i lily Press Bulletin,
No. 6. Oklahoma State Board of Agriculture, Ipp. 2-3, September.
Britf statement (f w.x\ il status in (Oklah onta and a picai for stalk destruction, by W.D.
Iiunter, and comment upoIl fall dest ruction of st talks in Oklahom i.
No. 21. Ashnicad, W. HI., i._ '.-A new ltruchophagus from Mexico. p. 32-. March,
Contains tiheI description of Brni'hophagii.s hlrr(re n. sp., a parasite of A nthoiomusnv grandis,
froum Coahuila, Mexico.
No. 25. Attwater, II. P., 1903.-Boll weevils and birds. Texas Cotton Coiiv., pp. 89-92.
A plea fur their prot eiion of birds. 'The sepatirate includes some newspaper clippings ro.
gaiding the (Iestr.u tion of boll 1eevils ,y bilds.
No. 26. B. P., 1906. El picudo del Algodon. pp. 61, 71-75, -'I 99-101, 115-117, 131-132, January 30 to March 8.
A\ blief outline is given of the work carried out by the Comniion do Parasitologia during
1905 anl the plan of work for 1906. The various methods of control are diiieussxd at length.
'lThse include the seed to be used, methodI of preparing thO soil, planting, cultivation, use
of irap plants, shaking the' weex ils from the plants, use of special machines, the bredi ing
anid distribuhiltioin of a nalive ant, thelt kelep or Guatemalan alnt, use of poisons, I| iiiiii,
of special \ arietits of cotton, various ideas regarding w tevil control. New projects to be
undertaken by the Commission are mentioned.

No. 27. Bailey. Vernon, 1'D' -Birds known to eat the boll weevil. Biol. Siirv., U. S. Dept. A gr., 16 pp.
('ontains notes on abundance and field habits of several species of birds found in Texas
cotton fields. 'IThe results of slomiach examlinalions are parestlited; also r'niarks on the
rlation of wevil abundance to (the percentage dsroyed by birds. lThe protection of insec-
tivorous birds is urged.

No. 28. Balesdrier, L. de, 1S97.--Las medias precautorias contra las plagas que asolan
a la aricnultura. A discussion of the seriousness of the boll w eevil situation and necessity for some definite
plan of procedure.
No. 29. Balest ix'r, L. de, 1898.-El picudo en 1897. pp. 2-12-243, January 30.
Brief stal'men1 t riga:irding the boll we evil in Tabasco, its parasites, and mi thods of control.
Two mawhines are briefly discussed.
No. 30. lBaletriker, L. de, 1901.-Contra el picudo. pp. 1sl-482, May 22; pp. 497-198, May 30; pp. 531 532, June 15; pp.
.I'. 546, June 22.
I)iscusses traps, collection of squares, Ihry ini of squaires, rate of develotpimlent of weevil,
early mit rin lli 'l t ion, oxcitrrtiice! oif wet \ ils il cotl ton seed, del inition of st alks by burning
and grazing, spread of t-he weevil, dilciulties in the .1 i. i, .,. of cull tural methods and
their value lmphasized.
No. 31. Balestrier, L. de, 1902.-El picudo. Trabajos de la ('omision Mexicana de
P'arasilologia. Opinion de uIn iiIil...1. aniericana. Mexico, amo 10, pp. 3 -1, Octolber S.
A re vix'e aind liscuxsion of ptrisa of publications of Ltie Comision die, l'arasitologia and
the Li. 6. iBureau of Entomology.


No. 32. Birrndai. I. ta Ie lioK .
la ( unisiii dI I'lr

iO *. I t I . 'fr
tlul C ilniHioli ,1< ,l( u l

No. 33. Barruda, I. hl 1., 140
I'arL' it,,h, i:l \ILr
Juia'r(-r) 22 M>"
JlllH 2:2-.

II Ifi! do eI S4n Il Pr o d / I. ('oloinia.<
iit(>I i i 1., M xi Il. 2 ., N o. 2,

{the [ li-r. l Sl .tr?-

)1. El liu d1h al del al Ido. i< 'ir. G,(, !'o i ,1ion d,
icclA M cxh ', 35 l c,t A], til 27. l'.iLract: l li .<'l Il
Aicu, am, 1I !1, Ap 13 3 It.t anl aio 11, pp. 1!5' 35.1,

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1. "t ,liwork
iou;s pul in^>

No. 34. Barreda, 1,. dv la, I !n)0(.- Anoula io 's idl "- lM etin de los ;>u.;riculhres,"
No. 21W, de lK SwecreiLiia d A'riciuLt ua t los Il .tados I tidos, pp.
412-S. NottL r 111 i r. I I l. 21i, I'. |i A .p' r., by \ 1). L tlint1 ,r isee,i!- N o. 1,56).

No. .; Barrda, l. laL. I1907.-Las plazas del alodoero. die PiramIitLolLhi AgriclIa, Mexico, vXL -, No. 2, pp. 1( ,7-21. 21 pI., 1 map.
A p'1tlutl ;iol of lhi IIIiswtrs to a sL t of qtl ioins :;it oL i t by L hI ('on i ii l rj j 11 rlig
COl lii [' ( i1 II lin ,; tiL IoLl w. rvil. 1' Io IIi II, its I up I he rei li, s. M L 1y O I r f 'tl s
I ;t > li > Ii t' Lr II iic Si(I .

No. 36. Barber, T'. c., )S.-(,eSv No. 229)
NV 37. BennitlI t{. IH ,f- 1')3.-EvaIliiih the boll weevil by new seed variLitis and
Ibrodiiin,.I'reI- Note.-, No. 2, Texas Agr. Exp. Sta., I p., Nov elmier.
No. 38. Beinieot, It. I., 1),)3.-C(oto cutlllUir, to -escae Ill xweev'il and 1bolhurm.
No, 39, Benneil, L I,., L ILOS. method of breA l dinh early n'oIon lo escape boIll
weevil daiiLIaie, <'l';F 1 nes' Bll, 31t, U. S. lIepL. A 'r., 30 pp li,
l-Il. lFebruary 7.

IhsL ri Is )ra<.Li!Il IIIIo;ls of inprovinm; coII t L II LL y IX 1 p :m1 ; d n '1i L Id 1bctiOll.

No. 40. Bennett, I. L., 19Q 9 (;roT iiIg coltoIti under IMl weevil cilaidit ol.L i< ll.
Miss. Agr. aiind Mech. Colll, arlll ers' Institute l IL., Nol. 6, No. 1, 13
pp., January.
No. 41. Blair, S IB., 1905O.-A leo.n froIlin the boll weevil.< I ,i, & kmXicIh, vol. 2'),
I. 3, May 20.
I~I- 1': ( L II LIIfed 11 II i'I L I I I y It t NI, II ,II I l i I.

No. L Bole an I I I I. II 1 13. ( IC r t s ies I'tI/LIli iii / i e s nony iili
Ilo ju fal iiii e e1 L C. J. S hi IILIrr, I tol. 7L p, p l. 2, pp(. 232 .

No. *13. Boulilf, It, I., It0:- ; S'ec No. 29!i.)
;o. 4 lhBurkqt, C. \K A;il J 'o,,, Q. IfI, I)()(;. Insect k e nini s of til cotton pAlaIlnt.
<.Cott in. C! } ptr 22, tpp. 17, 1 Sl, p .s. '2.
Iltirf[,t i~i llir aU-connt n in ril ir, l i,{ii. lifr Iihtory. ;U1' rcin'-'li' l ll :lrviiirs.

No. 6, h "l (i C', l IH)3. -[iolr.'ia d I'Cci lrH Ain ricaoT a, h l, A vL., v p[. 4, L .4*,
|). ISi, I pl, ,,2 (i .... \A pril.
lit'rconic (runi I',\;is; .Mait intros, Sat) Aiilrcs, T'uxtta, a d l t vra tcrlz, Mexico; 3an'i
EaWl Jose3 "a t0 tlat

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No. 46. G'..ri).,I, G. C., 193(i.-liologia Centrali-Americana, Coleopt., vol. 4,
pt. 4, p. ',22 April.
Boll weevil recorded from San Jose, Costa Rica.
No. 47. Commission, State Crop Pest, of La., 1907. The State crop pest law of
Louisiana and rules and r( .'ul ,li.i,- of the State crop pest commission
in effect July 1, 1907. July 1.
No. 48. Connell, J. H., 1902.-Boll weevil convention. pp. 12-13, 1 map, December 27.
Proceedings of the first Texas boll weevil convention.
No. 49. Connell, J. H., 1903.-Practical legislation ..,-t the boll weevil. & Ranch, vol. 22, pp. 1, 20, January 10.
Coinmment on the boll weevil situation The need of applying information already
gained and of brin'.'in. all facts before the planters in general is discussed. The necessity
of furt her invest i''ation of all injurious pests is emphasized; also the I. -ir ii iii .- of enact-
ing laws to protect the harmless birds.
No. 50. Connell, J. H., 1903.- -Culture of cotton. No. 50, )p. 6, October 28.
Advantage of early maturing cotton (King's) emnpha'ized.
No. 51. Connell, J. If., 1903-Proceedings of the Second Annual Session Texas
Cotton G(rowers' Convention, Dallas, Tex., 99 pp., 14 figs.
C'ont din chairman's remarks, address of welcome anli addresses by Ifonorable James
Wilsonii, Dr. I3 '. T alloway. Dr. If. J. Webblr (see No. 3t)x). Dr. S. A. Knapp, E. D. San-
derson (see No. 277). '. L. Shear, A. L. Qunt 'ance, II. A. Morgan (see No. 20s), Fred B.
Jones, W. 11. Fairbainks, WV. I). llciotr (see No. 141). S. E. Barnes, B. I). Wilson, H. P.
Atlwater (seo No. 25) aniid Senator \\ illaiy. R ports of committees are given; also short
remarks by mariners on practical experiences.
No. 52. Connell, J. It., 1903.-The boll weevil. Cony. called by Gov. W. W. Heard in New Orleans, La. La. Bureau
of Agricullure and Immi-ration, pp. 7-10, -
( nleral (liselcionl of boll weevil problem as it prcs, 'tla itself in Texas.
No. 53. Connell. J. 11H., 1904. -C(otton boll weevil as .11. tiing the financial interests
of Texas. No. 5-. Connell, J. 11., 1904.-The weevil tight. May 21.
Urg's I th planters of northern Texas to drive back the weevil by destroying isolated
colonies. Itemiarks on quarantine.
N.- 55. Connell, J. If., 1901. New boll w\\ ,k 11 facts. ilellnt, vol. _.; No. 22, p. 23, May -'"
('Coenln't on poisoning thlie weevil with PIaris green and the feet of winters on the pest
in north Texas.
No. 56. Connell, J. II., 1904.- Is there no reinledy? Concluding remarks delivered
before the Louisiana convention held at Shreveport. vol. 23, pp. 8-9, 1 mnia]), December 17.
Valuable renmarks on tIhe fall destruction of cotton stalks, with suggestions for putting
into pract ie, a uniform system of fall desl ruction.
No. 57. Connell, J. I1., 1904. I 11'. i of the boll weevil on the Texas cotton crop.
la. ('ir. 2, l.a. Cropl) Pest Conmmn., pp. 151 154.
No. 58. Conradi, A. F., 1905.- Fall destruction of cotton stalks. Farmer, vol 24, No. 49, p. 3, November 1.
Rtwemarks on fall deitulet ioll of cotton stalks and thie basis for this recommendation as
shown by hitlernalion experiments aii l ,t't' .. Station, Tex., and observation on fields
(lefoliateid by the cotton-leaf worm.


No. 59. Convention, l.a. [ioll Weevil, 19(3,- lProceedi ixs of the Boll Weeviii ,.v
called b 1 V ( (%W. W. eWad, in New Orleans, La. of A:riculti re md Imniiiratiou, )91 pp.
,tr I, I \ A, ITU T, ~t ti J IL TbIt I o~' 'V
rhinlT iis N, dr l> Abe l ,rit in, N S xhulcr, Ji.i (',op ncil ;s N,. 5i2i W 1.
SIh ter i(. No- M2i, II. A. Molx ai (s et N,. L 'JO t \ A. K p, ct irxiY thdi, ,! 'T
{o etFTSOII, J. ('. I lii.hl, *alter < ,111011 q, .1. M. 1'arker, 1I. 1'. Su!I lla, II. WVMl.1 .Mal, 'V. (;,
Still hs. 1'. \[. Milter, It' 1, Ma'twell, W. L. closer; al.-i [etter; to thr eonvrntion, t neral
di ssioni aiId report of o iO t sl .

No. ,.i. i,., iii I i .uiaiaia Boll Weevil. 1901.--l'roci i. ofi tmhe Se-nrmd Alnnual
Meetii, I I.oui.iiana BlolI \V#eil C(,it It id ill d at Shrevxport, La.
<,t'[ir 2, La Slte rolp I'est 1i Cro. P, pp.n l pl, I
('(int~lin ] ]I>I(T,r !inlini .willi man (i~t i .i r odt l oirh l-wrv~i lt[>i)lri>. AX ltr<>, ~s by the
( r: J, ( I llu l \\ I. K, I' ;1 i rl \i 1)W I> H IIII 'T No
154), W. L,. Foster I'm No. i, Aul'tis~t Mayt-r i< (w Nu. 2'oi, 1,1. t. 'I'kt,, .1. 1,;. Ri: m'lell,
Sito \ i (X ,. No ilT).(;eo N, ild, \V M lo o *( S. Xi. ii riir;, X. J.
Spilti ni .q' No. ll ,J. (. L<'k, J. 11I. Co nio l ;.t No. 5 ., N I K.i)app,
J. A. sktilnliI ( I. i. cooper. iReports of 'oiia 's ;il d vta I ii ,i ,1 i t -r.
Nu. 61. Convention, lexa Boill W\vil, 190)3..K--ill the Ioll weeil. 1ow ti .row
cottwoi in the boll wee vil di.tri remiediisiI plaiInly dii, li'd.<.l'ullli-.hed t)y tl' l. executivee Colmiiittee of
the T 'i.-xa Ioll \WIee\vil t'oiivitionl, 8 pp., 4 Iii-.
A bri p1 ilir af o1it of tie w. evil anl. i.s hatitm waitlh tlie t ricli al r!ii e re(oin-
Tieti, eI (%IiIlr~ ~ |:IOlOO V

N.. 62. *:i-'. i oin. 'l'xa liBoll WV'evil, 103. Save thle cotton crop. T(.'timonyV
( vf l ottom t\ruii )o ll we(,vil. How to instur e icoton crop inii the
we( il di'(rict. ('on etioX li i (; pii ., May. (ieiriaal ia d Ihheiia1 n L ,l 1tit iis if-iuiDl.
lBriefs iTelenT oft l.: dIe to pJ;,t and a tr ,e nIn'Mr of -ex\;,r!i' o : rori pI r In the
weevil di ictlr ," ,, i., m(,thod; o>( ihtiitnhi, the weevil. T1horoulgh and lae' cultivation
'indl piIki u p o- s imre are prin ipal pri it ft Ilwed dI t rin, I the simi Lr.

No. 63. Ci', I, ,ii, Texas Cotton, 1903 -Texas lcotlton, boll weevil, bolli, rm, and
root rot or "alkali ". ton C-onvention, 20 plp., 1 pl., November.
'uWl isome st1W i-ic I ,T cotton pl rodution In Texas and In cert in weevil
Infe'.istd oun ties'. I onideIilthi p oe is 1 ivei to disens[ iin of cotTon v ritlI i dapted
to boll wiei il coi edition Espeii ei pht.sis is laid ut 1 Ht e erlltitisi of Irieies. L, and
prepare lion tnd fertilizat ion tfor rotTo- Is ato bri- Iy treu te.

No. 64. Coluveiu Texa Colto, x 1903.- Inpriiveid c'ottoi seed for Texas I.1IIl,
Nov(emder 9. ,Rev, ed., Nov titber 17.
Bri(Tf to tiIem lT ri rd in des irability of se 1i,' earl' inalring vi ri i(,. Statement
of red' ced rrte 'ivi by l exi railro ds o: o oI Tei fI ri I' I .bil Stte s. Varioili
',oiir<'e froni it Ii 1 seetd iI l iaO e se ,red are ilve

No. .''. CoL,,enioni iT,'exa Cotton, 191). (otmo farinif. Seed], P' ,]|,,|]_ culture,
(eri'; in'_ l l I, Exec'utiti (oilililtte (i the 'C'exas Oottin (iCoinven-
tion. 7 pp.
,rief .'taement of Tultral met od oi I f control T nd expriente, of iotoi r rowe'rs In thii
wtitevi-fii i ed t error .

No. 66. , M l '1. T., lPl..- Xotes otn ('ubat inon't', (Albstracti. i 5)2, Bur.
Ent.. I". S. l)pt A r r i. 'r 17th A ii. Meet. Ais\oO lI I nt. p. 29.
Cm< itain thv le s tineut: The' oi] w(ee il i<, Vf.ry abundantlf. "

No. 67. Cook, M0. T., Io'1;. Il-iccts ,o t' in i t ba. l)'It. AIr. l'roch li Aiiii. Meet. AS.SO,. EcoIu. Ent., p. 70.
Mention of dI nii e i n C, l ilb3 ( ti g ir 0 i .
9WlS9*--Clr. 140-11--2


No. 68. Cook, Mel. T., 1906.-Insectos y enfermedades del algodon. annual de la Estacion Central Agronomica de Cuba, pp. 178-180, 1 fig.
Probably introduced into Cuba. Brief description and account of life history.
No. 69. Cook, 0. F., 1904.-An enemy of the cotton boll weevil. Dept. Agr., 7 pp., M.t;. 27.
No. 70. Cook, 0. F., 1904.-Report on the habits of the kelep, or Guatemalan cotton
boll weevil ant. An account of the importation of the keepe" (Ectatomma tuberculatumn Oilyv.) lnto the
United States with notes on the habits of the insect.
No. 71. Cook, 0. F., 1i',1.-Evolution of weevil resistance in cotton. vol. 20, pp. 666-670, November 18.
No. 72. Cook, 0. F., I'-1, -The social organization and breeding habits of the cotton
protecting kelep of Guatemala.< Bul. 10, Tech. Ser., Bur. Ent., U. S.
l'i" Agr., 55 pp.
A report on observations upon the social organization and breeding habits of the kelep
(Ectatrawma tuberculat urn Oliv.) and reference to its importance as an enemy of the boll
No. 73. Cook, 0. F., 1906.- \\.-.viI resisting adaptations of the cotton plant. 88, Bur. Plant Ind., U. S. Dept. Agr., 87 pp., 10 pls., J-..r,ijrv 13.
An exhaustive account of various supposed weevil resisting characters of cotton.
No. 74. Cooper, Elwood, 1908.-Third Biennial Report, Comn. Hort. Cal., 1907-1908,
pp. 12-13.
Quarantine against seed shipped into State.
No. 75. Crawford, J. C., 1907.-New hymenoptoroutis parasites of Anthonomus grandis
Boh. Original description of Toryimus anthonomi, Urosigalphus anthonomi, and Urosigalphus
schwarzi. all reared from the boll weevil.
No. 76. Crawford, J. C., 1908.-Some new il..l,'-i. vol. 9, pp. 157-160.
Original descriptions of Cerambycobius cushmnani and Catolacous hunteri, reared from
the cotton boll weevil.
No. 77. Dickson, IHarriss, 1909.-Br'er [boll weevil. The industrious little party
who is eating up the South's credit. 11 figs., August.
A popular idea -I. i'i,: with the boll weevil, Its habits, spread, means of control, and the
economic conditions brought about by the advent of the pest.
No. 78. Dietz, W. G., 1891.-Revision of the genera and species of Anthonomini
inhabiting North America. The species is here reported from Texas. It has been shown, however, that this was an
error. (See No. 119.)
No. 79. Dodson, W. R., 1907.-Boll weevil.<.lul Ann. Rept. Agr. Exp. Sta. La.
Brief slateinenit of progress of work.
No. 80. Dougherty, M. S., 1909.- (See No. 237.)
No. 81. Dl,.i.rl., MA. S., 1909.- (See N,. 2 i; )
No. 82. Dugeon, G. C., 1907.-Insects and other cotton pests, and the methods s,'i-
gested for their destruction. l t, I .l |i, ;
R1m(n( of various lr inL on the boll weevil. Discussion of amount of damage, life
history, habits, enemies, and remedial measures.


No. 83. Earle, F. S., 190(i;. Iniforne del director. El Cuitivo del algodon en Cuba.
<.'rimer ln'orine Anual de la E'stacion Cent ral Atronomica de C'uba,
pp 21 29.
k letter from a orrepoindett poil ntlng ,oWt thed o ,ier lue to the exi- te le of the -wee I
i ( a Itt O1 '. eoho '>p.' o cO otton. The h lif lt toty, d ag', and i oici.. oI eOil-
trol mentioned.
No. 84. Farmer, ('., l1)(). Clarancon de la capsule.< La C'ulnture (tlu Cottonter,
1'arLs, 1p :i33 112. I lii
A coli !e ,oi,, m t of the insec!, witIt remedie. i agel I .L g i (rooit publicotions
of tihe utlrea. of Iitloniology, ('. S. D lpt. \gr.
No. -,5 Ferrer, Eduartilo. 1903. llis(iry of cotton anlId cIlIto cultlivation in Cuba.
KI)iario de la Marina (lavana, 'Cuhai, Marcl 21 27.
('ttllAns a clit pter giving a general ;ccount of the 1i v l.
No. 86. Ferrer, EdLuardo, 1903.--Una tenttativa de cultivo (lel algdon en Cuilia.
Bloletin de A .\i iliura (Salvtador), Toimo III, pp. 513 523.
Contains tiomm lcattlons frout r Ir. 1, I lloward andil Mr. E. A. ch, warz? regarding
tihe retitioii of the boll wee villo the colOl ioitl islr of ('fl)t.
No. 87. Flynn, C. W., Jr, 19)07. -The boll weevil. Ileport o(l the cultural experiments
in cooperation with tlie Ihireau of l'ntotlo _'y dlurint t )0(.<('ir. 11,
State C'rop Pest Coim. La., 19 Ipp,., 2 tigs., January.

No. 88. Flynn, C. W., Jr., 1907.-Experiments in tie late pilantting of cotton to avoid
boll-wNeovil daiiage durinv 19(6i. Univ and A. & M. C'olle-'(, Ilatoln IHote. pp))., May.
The results of two experitteits with late plantingii of otlol to avoid tI lh boll weev il are
pirceiw t I bot | Ill the w eevil aused a lo.s far great ler tltian would reiilted If early
plattitIg hadt been practiced.
No. 89. Fort, Julian I,, 1910. (Se No. 293.)
No. 90. FoIter, W. I.., 1904.-The boll weevil situation from a lied River planter's
standpoint. La. Cir. 2, La. i.,. Petst Comnm., pp. 22-27.
No. 91. Freeman, ('has. I)., & C'o., 1909. The bolt weevil. A meiate to the xworld's
supply of cotton. New York, 20 pp., 1 map.
No. 92. Freeman, ('has. 1)., & Co., 19!09. -The boll weeovil problem. New York, 11
ppl., March 3.
Contains figures regarding the decrerte in cotton ptrotdiction due to the ravages of the
boll weevil.

No. 93. Frierson, I,. S., 190(;.-(See No. 202.)
No. 94. Fi-... .I. 1V \V., l)()9-I*eportt on iarasiti' and injuriouts insects in various
parts of tIhe world in 1907 7190h. gist, hDeptlt. f A\r. N. S. W., Ip. IS 19, 2:< (i2 fi: I 1pIs.
Mention o( Hr e work on t1" boll wcc< il l? the I. S. D) A, r. :ind Ihc (ro| 1'es {oin-
14niision; ah>o tnc tilon o :f ae d oted |o ao""! iP ,rueo a11 l |>re seim" of ollf w''cvil.
Ilri(ff history 01 spread of +wr il ;i>d o( l>;il-as :I, ; kili; tilie .siN i ,
No. "-I (Galloway. I',. T.. 190|{5. Work of lhe I11r'au o0f Planl I[nd{uslrl in 11eetin1
IlIe rava:cts of tIhe b)1ll w exvil and sotomie di.seastt of colttto. I)clpt A ,. for 1901, t lp. V,7 5 .,
No. ',,; Gallowt ay, li. T., 1909. Retorl of t hie of Bureau of l ra f PlaIl nt idustry.
8 l9, 3: o.
Outline of work of lBurt atu ,of I, nt I t lustry.


No. 97. Georgia State Board of Entomology, 1904.-The crop-pest law of Georgia.
Reg. Ga. State Board of Ent. No. 98. Gundlach, Juan, 1891.-Contribucion la entomologia Cubana, Tomo III,
pt. 5, p. 285.
Mentions occurrence in Cuba.
No. 99. Harned, RI. W., 1910.-Boll weevil in Mississippi, 1909. Agr. Exp. Sta., 43 pp., -' figs., March.
A summary is given of the life history, habits, and means of natural control. Particular
emphasis is placed upon the weevil conditions existing in Mississippi. A detailed state-
ment of thie spread of the weevil in this State is given. A concise statement of the best
methods of artificial control is followed by brief accounts of insects Ii. .,i iwi mistaken
for the boll weevil.
No. 100. Haskell, C. N., 1908.-Cottonseed-quarantine proclamation. by the governor of Oklahoma, Guthrie, Okla., 3 pp., January 7.
No. 101. HIenshaw, I1. W., 1907.-Value of swallows as insect destroyers. Bur. Biol. Surv., U. S. Dept. Agr., 4 pp., April 27.
Attention is called to the importance of the swallow in the destruction of boll weevils
and other injurious insects.
No. 102. Henshaw, II. W., 1907.-Birds useful in the war .1.iin-nt the cotton boll
weevil. Thirty-eight species of birds found to eat the weevil to greater or less extent. Special
mention is made of orioles, nighthawks, swallows, and martins.
No. 103. Herrera, A. L., 1904.-Cuestionario relative a las plagas de la agriculture.
280, 303.
Notes regarding occurrence of weevils in certain localities in Mexico and injury due to
No. 104. Herrick, G. W., 1904.-The Mexican cotton-boll weevil. Exp. Sta., 7 pp., 2 6. February.
Popular account of the life history and habits of the weevil, and danger of importing
the pest into %, '- l.-i
No. 105. Herrick, G. W., 1907.-The boll weevil. 1 fig., September.
Brief and concise statement of the boll weevil situation. Methods of control are discussed.
These consist of the fill destruction of cotton stalks and cultural methods. A paragraph
is devoted to the relation of birds to the weevil.
No. 106. Hickerson, Cli i- 1904.-Boll weevil and irrigation in Mexico. Ranch, vol. 23, p. 3, November 26.
No. 107. Hill, Win., 1910.-The boll weevil. andria, La.
The writer's views on time of planting cotton to avoid .% .. i .11 .
No. 108. Hinds, W. E., 1904. (See No. I'.' )
No. 109. Hinds, W. E., 1905.-(See N.. 160.)
No. 110. Hinds, W. E., 1906.-Proliferation as a factor in the natural control of the
Mexican cotton boll weevil. pp., 6 pls., A,- ij-( 27.
An extensive treatment of proliferation in its relation to the boll weevil. From a large
series of examinations it was found that proliferation was responsible for an increase in
weevil ii.ri il of 13.5 per cent in squares and 6.5 per cent in bolls. The author con-
eludes that the weevil larva are killed mechanically by pressure from the prolifld cells
and not from any toxic property of those cells.


September 22.
esc'riplions arr given of x rious dei x ies us1d by the Bureau of i' :tomology ill cou-
duetilg investigations on i the boll wiexvil.

.,,. 112. llinds, W. E., 1)07.--An ant eneiy of the- cotton boll woevil.<-,Bul. 63, pt.-
3, liur. Eil 1., :. S. Dept. A rir., pp. -*; -s, 1 (i'., 'l ruarx 5.
Tlih ant Soleiepsi fin1inata l';l., ar. xyloni Me{', i di u ed il iits relation to the
boll woevil.
No. 113. blinds, W. E, ) 107. The Iresent boll weevil co1.ditins - & Farner, -ol. 2(;, No. 21, p). 1, May 1.
RemaIrks, onl tihe weevil situation in Soutli T x this pri1, a compared with other
No. 114. Milds, W. E., 1907. --Sonle factors, inll thIe natural conlrl (f thie Mexic'an
cottIn 1)11 weevill. 2 tiPs., mDlwener 1-t.
A very v om lrehensive report upoi lie 1. iwl'.e, 1 ion o( f ef ra tl i it iri fact ors in the
control of the boll wee" ii. 'Ihe th'le 1mor im'o i lk iiia ai ke ciesi i w ee -il control
to whi h p)aIrti :lar attention w,-s (iivin .re heat. antti. ;il par.a-ilcS. After ai preface
anid introdi u ory ]tr1ingl I e fill oi t i tioi h kiid t ed I dit ioi re, uir I I i. i, )ou-
S(irtiro nl, ii llt llle of 1 i ort droniol lkt inlillri II; o-th n i:ll ue of a dry seao o illpoi l si e
(.! I -r i 1S tS; o trol !y wi er o liii l kll ; r lti ip oI fctors of i o trol;

V~'(\ l~ otrt.L~1r1 Eqjilk., 'I1.1, WO of J,2 L121 .. nlw
iofv l'i I^tilS Sof ,,ili 4 itontrol il \ o li its. a dilt, 11 :sie I I t I i l tal -iolrl sariouk S

laNo. 11 i s, fi.s; d. ira ility of rst andll or slt d til of infe d fo maIis; gorl it i boils
vers1 s square s; na ural col r.l i 1n 12 rio lo ,1ai ties ile ( liat o diio < 4 p 2e.-
cialy: inllsi e O f a l l o ditiO i he f pi"Elloil of if Isti itmo ia ci iO t ll pn o l :il oan tlo -
trol; h ir lcy of atrili l i 'Oltirol iw ario nt i r iols; oii artliy i1 v t i class of foI rstllc t e-
tion? profilinu most by natural control: destruction of co!ton formls by weevil attack or by
natural ase il'; .summalltry alnd eoucqlusion.-s.

No. 115. Ilinds, WX' 1'S.., 1 k'The first and last essential stepk in conmhating the boll
w ietvil. ( olntainI s a brief sik tateellii t of the ec{ onomI ic i impor plane of Ih( xoll weefil aild a s lirvey
of the results of investigate nal k ork on contrIo l, Iparti tularly 'y t i" fall destrui .tion o-f

No. 116. 11Hinds, W. E., 1i()9.- -Facino thie boll-weevil pirolehm in Alabama. 146, Ala. Exp. Sa.. p. ,l 102, 2 pils., 1 lil-. June.
A history of lie spread and damau.e done bi the boll vt-eul is given. The outlook
r, ,[ l > 1 tin; inlfestalhion of \la~liamal is disc.ussed (.

No. 117. Hinds, W. E., and Yofthcrs, W. W., 19()1).- Iibrii)ition of the Mexican cotton
boll weevil. ,l' -., ( c WI 1),r I'
A eon- re;hensie treatment o( the liilrrnatiOi of tof vol. wee\ il v J, I' l 1pon all of the
experiments a lol this line co dull d by tlie- ura up l o tie inlrr el 1'.X 7 l;Kls. [1'he
folhlowin are the principl): hi~iditn, i 's; E trance (into hi}(e iain [hlle I & I riotn. hibe{rna tion e xp)er~imen i s inl s[in ll ("ap's-; IlI; -tir:ee e?;[)eri~i t.;, 1Ke/le*tlie, ILa., 190& -
1I'HM;; larue-eii.:e (exl rix l~fiie s, I'.K( i.(T, 1Dallas, (';>l~erl, andl \iclona. "1'exaL,;; emcIr 'ill'rii
(rom hli 'erna~t ion 1907; hing -iily el wce'I .ih nlbr *>incr :. nr.' r iu hi(ernatiol; .sex o[
wee'llts suvvn hi{ernation reato oihhrae te;l t udspl;smn

N, 118. Hold, (. I., 1!)09. T.Iv e.- Vcon1. 1 it., vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 121 121, April IT).
; ; - iilinl of -;> ,-es ll d inl lireed lkt bell w vil |iarasitf`s.

No. i1'i. lloward, L,. (1)., 1l,10 1 \ new o[iim inw-ct in ll xas.<_Inscct Life, Div.
E lit,, UI. S. I l t..\"r, Vol,. 7, 1). 273.
Ihe fir t Aiih ic a e. ,r re ow otr. .peis in thle Uunitd States and
st lt(i1auelnts rr~anlin^p l oias report I)] '5of occu Irrence't.


No. 120. Howard, L. 0., l.F.-ll9q, lil-15fii., 1907-1910.-Reports of the Ento-
mologist. Executive reports in each of which the work of the BVirea of Entomology on the boll
weevil is discussed.
No. 121. Howard, L. 0., 1895.-The new cotton-boll weevil. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agr., vol. 7, p. 281, March.
Regarding the importance of the pest and the investigation started by the sending of'
Mr. C. U. T. Townsend to Texas in December, 1894. Mention is made of the fact that
the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture reported the seriousness of the outlook to the gov-
ernor of Texas, and urged the importance of immediate legislation to provide for quaran-
tining and remedial work.
No. 122. Howard, L. 0., 1895.-The Mexican cotton-boll weevil. series), Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agr., 5 pp., 3 figs., April.
This circular gives the results of Mr. Townsend's field observations of the insect in Mexico
and Texas. A brief description of the insect is given; also brief notes on distribution,
food plants, life history, and habits.
No. 123. Howard, L. 0., 1895.-Mistakes about the cotton-boll weevil in Texas
The seriousness of the pest being overlooked on account of the ,hlii, inm of the term
"sharpshooter" to the boll weevil. Mention of insect breeding in bolls in abundance.
No. 124. Howard, L. 0., 1896.-The Mexican cotton-boll weevil. series), Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agr., 8 pp., 5 figs.
l\i i ,. .11 published as a revision of Circular No. 6, this circular contains a large amount
of additional information relative to distribution, natural history and habits, and natural
enemies and parasites. Under the head of remedies is the first suggestion of the great
importance of the cultural method of control, the importance of fall destruction of the
cotton plants. early .1 I,,,.. and clean cultivation being especially emphasized. :.-rii;
and fall trappir.g of the adult weevils, destruction of volunteer plants, and, where cheap
labor is available, the picking up of infested squares, are recommended. English and
Spanish editions.

No. 125. Howard, L. 0., 1896.-[The Mexican cotton-boll weevil.] Bul. 33, Oh. ,. Exp. Sta., U. S. Dept. Agr., pp. 335-.12., 5 figs.
Practically a reprint of Cir. No. 14, Bureau of Entomology. (See No. 124.)

No. 126. Howard, L. 0., 1897.-The Mexican cotton-boll weevil. series), Div. Ent., U. S. D)ept. Agr., 8 pp., 5 figs.
A revision of (Circular No. 14 of the Bureau of Entomology with data on distribution
brought up to date and the results of recent field investigations relating to habits and
remedies incorporated. English, Spanish, and German editions.

No. 127. Howard, L. 0., hS97.-The Mexican cotton-boll weevil in 1897. (second series), D)iv. Ent., U. S. Dept. .\:r., 7 pp.
Mention of investigations conducted in south Mexico and the unsuccessful attempt to
find any weevil parasiles there. Statement of extent of injury and spread of the pest
during ls97. Mention of possibiiit y of spreading the weevil in seed cotton and cotton
seed: also mention of a machine designed to apply dry poisons, and of the value of domestic
fowls as weevil destroyers. Reiedies as given in Cir. No. lS of t he Bureau of Entomology
briefly reiterated.
No. 12-. Howard, L. 0., 1897.--Insects affecting the cotton p)lant. 47, U. S. Dept. Agr., pp. 16 23, 5 figs.
A revised reprint from Bul. No. 33. Otlice of Exp. Sta., and Cir. No. 14, Bureau of Ento-

No. 129. Howard, L. 0., 1898.-Remedial work against the Mexican cotton-boll
weevil. A supplemeniiiry circular giving Ilhe results of some experiments with poisons by Mr.
Marlalt and Mr. Townsend. The cultural system of control is again insisted upon as of
prime importance.


No. 130. Howard, L. 0., ,'i, -Some min-ellaneoii results of the work of the Divi-
tion of Entomology, (2orton lield inseect8.< I ul. IS, n. 8.. 1)iv Ent., U. S.
Ilept. A\r., pp. '. SS.
1Rtcord of insets c.'ihn in cotton Held during a i st of aitraction of lii hts fr ti, In()Il
weevil. No weevils wrre (caglilt whihei .I 1.. oher iiim ns wvre taken,

No. 131. Howvard, I. (). 19)0. The Mexican c'ottor-l l w1- evil. of Iexvie-xs, W. 29. No, 169, pt. lSS I'1( *I liis"
Popl0ir a ounlt of in 0t, its econo i i port inc- iis habits, lift, history, ravages in
Trexas, il oi k w of I S. t)ejt. of \gr. and h'i l o(l lx.i a lnns it.
No. I 12 I[I' r.i, I. 0. and Bur;e.-,, A. F., 190(G. The law- in f(rce against injurio)u
insects and foul brood in tlhe I'nited State?.z-, lul. il. Bur. Ent.. 1. S.
Dept. A r.. pI). 9, 34-35,. 3S- 39, 55-11), 79 S(, l0Y 109. 117-119, 128, I !1
139 141, 11 i November 5.
No. 133. Howell, A. 11., 19(I). Birds that eat the cotton boll weevil. A report of
progress. < Blul. 25, Bur. Biol. Surv.. U. S. Dept. Ar., 22 pp.
Notes O k th, an l lhanci oW svrrd slei'i s W of xi irits io lrrii. ir n o1K fimr ls aind their
iiportaiie is weevil destroyers its chased oin iiii rosli -l Iuuh >'xIu iit l i oi{imt s,

No. 134. Howell, A. H., 1!907.-The relation of birds to the cotton boll weevil. 29, Bur. Biol. Surv., U. S. l)ept. Agr., 31 pp., 1 p11. 6 tii)?.
Results of exaniiii.itions of stoi hs oi various stie of ao i bie rd.;, with listof bird species
kIllown to L .t bull we,,v ils.
No. 135. Hlowell, A. I., 190S. -D)estruction of the cott(on 1)oll weevil by birds in
winter.' 1 ir 61, Bur. Biol. Surv., U. S. 1ept. Amr.. 5 pp.. 1 map, June 19.
Thle results if observaliis on the ;ljUnd la '. of builds in 4otto (ii ieldl itn lJic i I ii di -ing
the winter T aiid tIhe results of ltoIn !lh ex IliiilliOili< tit dotl, iine ihi r p i rilillj boll
weevils and the nui lot r of i se i, s destroyed. Thirt cis are kan wa to, Icd i ore (r
Is y p n Io ll i ils.
No. .,II Hudson, E. It., 1902.- -The Mexian oll w(evil (.A-hi-nous , ,,.
A blrief dit rtiptlion alid hI history of the insect, \ilh iti ni t of soIm i i r experi ntil ls
.. the t e ie of fr _tezing itd the hieat Iof he ii.
No. 137. Hunter, W. D., 1902. Work of the U. S. I Deartm ient 4 \. r; ,lti,'e with
the boll weevil. lj'ro-. 5th Ann. Seiss. Tex. lamniers' 0tw-., pp. 123-'I1
ot 1 i Oa if a ddres lfore the oarmfrs' Cilo Igres -irw hi. wri Ff w xii spok-n
of. as ;d>woxmrk )eing, unpunh 'id l S I S ept A.. r tinl (l e ai t, .ii Ii t the n te aIIon

V. I ;H Iunler, W. I). 1902. 190IN l'io,,. [Sti.ta of lthe Mexican eotlh boll weevil
in the I'nitdt Stal.- Ybik. '. S. Ilept. Asor inr 1Am l, pp 3(i9 3S0), I ;,
for 1903, pp. 205 211. 5 pis., 1 ma,; i or i 9n 11, p Il. 211. 2 ptis., I tIi.
Ths senA oof ant i-,f tAe O w e il 11> |r d, tuss lle to it, co'nlrot
inet hoid<. :illd rerl iln St 'ciMi f,.iliir s o f Ihr' [>rolicr;i.

No. 139. luntr. \V. I, !2. 1 The Ipro ability Qof thel ocnrrnce- of the Mexican
citton 1)boll) weevil in Brazjil..H l. .S, BI ur. 1,. '. S. D)ep. \Vt., pp.
105- 10(.
1l:en.irlk reitariin proT I);ilile Occurrvn e of A ,it s ! I rmn si in Brail,
No. 144. lunmrtr, N 1, 1W02 IIliary ant ili-trili2iin o| f the wVa Ixi l. ,lt XV We-ovil
Connt iln<'arlil .Hid Batiih ol. x 21, p)12 Imal, I1 etnmler 27.
A ~riel hisori o(' lti boll weevil, with ,atnmnt itf -t .-1 ib htlo atttat n. time. 1he
linpu.ailit', oiu extrinintltoli i-s brh -li out. (-e also No. .


No. 141. Hunter, W. D., 1903.-The status of the Mexican boll weevil in the United
States in 1903. figs.
The general aspects of the problem are discussed, affected territory outlined, and statistics
regarding damage presented. The plan of work of the department is discussed and meth-
ods of control set forth.
No. 142. Hunter, W. D., ]'Ii -[The Mexican cotton-boll weevil.] the boll weevil conv. called by Gov. W. W. Heard in \uw Orleans,
La. La. Bur. Agr. and Imm., pp. 10-12.
Brief history of introduction of pest in the United States and a short account of the
experimental work being conducted by the Bureau of Entomology.
No. 143. Hunter, W. D., 1903.-Methods of controlling the boll weevil. (Advice
based on the work of 1902.) pp., 2 figs.
Brief history of the work of the Bureau of Entomology on the boll weevil, affected terri-
tory defined, amount of damage, future prospects, and methods of control discussed.
No. 144. Hunter, W. I)., 1903.-%\\,.rL of the U. S. Department of Agriculture with
the boll w-,cevil. Summary of an address before the Farmers' Congress.
No. 145. Hunter, W. D., 1904.-Information concerning the Mexican cotton boll
weevil. and ,ni[.ii, i.,,, 1905. (See No. 156.)
No. 146. Hunter, WX. D., 1904.-The use of Paris .1, ,i. in F,1i1tir.: the boll weevil.
The results of experiments to determine the effect of applying Paris green to volunteer
plants as a means of destroying boll weevils.
No. 147. Hunter, W. D., 1904.-Ants and the boll weevil. p. 16, June 11.
Report on the relation of an ant. Socnopsis dchiliv (ezana, to the boll weevil in certain
cotton fields in Bexar County, and a general statement regarding its usefulness.
No. 148. Hunter, W. D)., 1901.-Map showing the distribution of the cotton boll
weevil in Te-,as and Louisiana. Trx.,-, See ion, (Climate and Crop Service, Weather Bureau. 1 p., 1 map
each, July 19, August 23, August 30, September 27, November 1.
The area generally infested by the boll weevil is defined aond the areas in which isolated
colonies wer' found are out lined. The dispersion during the suniier is shown by referring
to the dillerent maps.
No. 149. Hunter, W. D., 1904.-(See No. 15.)
No. 150. Hunter, WV. D)., 1901.-D)istribution o(f the cotton boll weevil in Louisiana.
and Crop) Service, Weather Bureau, 1 p., 1 map each, September 29
and Oct)ober 29.
No. 151. Hunter, W. D)., 1901.--Contl rolling the boll weevil in cotton seed and at
ginneries. The results of extensive studies regarding tlie relation between tlie dissemination of the
boll weevil and thlie 1.indling of seed V01lton and cotton seed. The following topics are
treated: Cotilon seed nnl giinneries as factors in time spread of the boll weevil; control of
boll weevils in eeld by fumii 'ati on; controlling the boll weevil at ginneries; present sys-
temis of handling and ginniniiiiig seed cotton; suggested improvements in d(levices for 1 ,1. IIlle
and ginning cotton; controlling tle boll weevil at oil mills; summary of recomminendations.
No. 152. llunter, W. D)., 1904I.-The mosl important step in the cultural system of
controlling the boll w'eevil. A treatment of the subject of fall destruction of stalks as the most important procedure
in boll weevil control .


No. 15.3'. Hunter, \V. ID., 1904.- -The use of 1PariH Yr(,n in v. ,, r Ihi. the boll weevil.
The rv.-ulilsof ex wtensiv' la or id tory if ll h i ,i.t o. I'irs reen t' int the w lill weevil,
as well o. result of fielti I by otoM ii paIters 'I'i |ituhor concll'.e I th the eul
of Paris gren is a ef .f oilutrollimi the boll weevil is iiiie

No. L'.1. hunter, \\. It,, 19041.- trte'oniretilotie. i1 touitiana planters t asel upon
in estiaill eas in exa f thA e I. S. Iplartlentil of A ['rictilture, IBureau
of Enito(I,,>.
  • r-. 2 Ann X ii t Met,., La. 11Boll W\eevil ('oinv., Shreve-
    pIert, l. t'ir. 2, l.a, (rop I'est iWmn., pp. 11 22, 1 pI.
    Discussion of the investigations beine loducted by the a troau of I '. I V', with
    aniit accoulnt of [le' s)preit of til' p'rst in tlt iintilt I 'lti.
    No 1"'.- Hunter, I).. anmd lliitls, \V. 1., IsaI-Tl. hl Mexian 'i)tt.ii-htbll weevil.
    aindl ainiplilication: 1905, lul. 51, Bur. Eiit., I. S. D)pt, Ar. (See
    No. 1(0,.)
    The imost conmprehensive a" No. l._'l Huntler, \V. 1)., I','i, .Tie ('oiltld olf l ti 1)oll weevil, iiihluiij o, results of
    recent investxial i)tn ."arnlers' ]uil. 216, K. S MtI.. A\gr., :2 IpT, 5 iys.
    Spanmish tr:anslatitn: 1906, lir. ( "2. (oue. de Parasil. Ar. MIex., p)). 1 12,
    by 1'. 1 .. mirea.
    A b lleiiiN of tener dtI nfirNit tnin re P irlin' tihe pet iml th1 bI contltells: I'toi !Ill itions; ultrox lnl'i)ry: l u'ri;>tm of tin' b-l' I w vil; fTrrr 'iry
    affc(ltd; dainu p eatusc.t bv tilt loll weevil; ld variety t n t; coa<'lsions re^ rdiii the Iusw of
    fertilizer; relati on bet en t eeetn st i ) 'o( ln il weevil :-ljii tizo'; e )ear.iiel't in ldferre:
    plutl 'ii ; controlliig the boll weevil I i ottoi l se, d o lr t it Eiiltel'i s; suppoed Ii 'WIi Q yt
    of MN xle\ ru 1- )t 1o:; futile niietitiod si, 1 ste for e)nlroil; ,|U;tru llnes; a lin t !,0 bholl
    we>?'il ilititii ,'t stggestions for t uniiforni St6tte boll wee il l maw i wI l)resen of Io se n era S tes-,
    No. 157. 1luntir. V. ., 1905. Map slhowinlal the dlistribulionl ofti, 'iottltn lbll weevil
    in 1', :Nxas.No. :11, SuIpp., T(,x. Seelion, (. ,,iii ,. and ('rq) Service,
    Veailthr B ireiau, I p_, 1 map, ()ct ier t7.
    A sI i tilnt reg trdin tihe distribution of (tie weevil iin 'exas- witlh remnarks on the
    'ondli tis 0 INciht probably caused tihe reductions in thie infes.s I territory in north and
    nortlhiest elx \is.

    No. I1I IIuntelr, W. I), 1905.-PThe opportunity of l tie' ,ln farnirs of Trxaa.
    An argument for fll destruct ion of sta lks 1 .I-'t. rcitardine th' comipar tive searcity
    of tie weev il in 11)1 are inIltiolled.

    No. 15J Iuintler, \. 1)., 1905. [I)istrilutiot o(if (liA c,)tllo boll weevil in I.ouisi-
    ana.lriial (.o1t),n Boll e vx il Bul. Ns. 3a *ld 1, I.a. SecaiAntm, (Cliniate
    anil rop Service,. Weather B'ureau, I p., I mapteal'h. November 2 and
    December 1p. Reprint: li!05. I ,.',. & : anch, vol. 21, s,. 17, Noveln-
    ber 25 .
    Sit'n itns retrdhni the e\te'tit of the inf teo 1 errlory in I ouiM11 anI ri unirks on
    tMle d isPe'r ioll in l.owli ilint during lixTO.
    N I.1n. ltluntcr,. 1), mild llImls, \. I'., 1915.-A rexii.n anil aiptlifiiation of
    it1. i15, to include the I sTI ; i . iat ,s I rv al i ,s made t inT 1904.
    TIhe( lmotsE eo 'ilirehicri'ive treatl ( on 1 llni!)ol pnlml 'he !I'dr~h ;eera l r eonsitl(ra-
    tionxs tIh' p >i ,l.iiw i toIlll ; ;ri t d ii i :>t ii i i rl l de i I Ii'tl: HI -ory; da estr tii ti. iiS.'i;i
    territory uiti.e' ; t i .1 In l ii1o ihi jit. ho i t I i rI e hi *ov m11 i s i le e pii pal divisioilIs
    foune d inure e pull |h tit} : iii fe a lt orv 1,, lIut i '.; s4t I Int' t in taken for tlte boll
    weevil; p~ossib ily of b)uttum weev,,ls with s\\eel^; re odl~r tioi s; t deveh~ iopmllen!; seas'OniL'l
    history; dlss<'nliin Hiioll; nit~iiriil con~rol: nrtilhi tl corlllrol; inid { ' ,I ), .Mll of these
    topi's are' dwcus d at ten;lhI. Illh'n Irl hehevlini Art iicial control, the Ir Vile
    mePthods5 wh~Ic'h }i1,% \ [) (I bccr "t present ted arc dhc'.t- andl, Itllic ~ ill|It { ipjio cs i)[t)clud of ) on-
    trol aks in the InlOre illiport nil contributions to thet sub}jet up to thc dute of lSlsue.


    No. 161. Hunter, W. D., 1906.-Statement concerning the present status of the cotton
    boll weevil in Tfx.- ( Ihnnii* and Crop Service, Weather Bureau, U. S. Dept. Agr., 1 p. each,
    July 3 and August 2N
    Results of a large series of field examinations to determine the abundance of the weevil
    in different sections.
    No. 162. Hunter, W. D., 1906.-Area infested by the cotton b.,ll weevil, October 10,
    1906. A statement of the distribution of the boll weevil in the United States, with remarks on
    the ability of the pest to adapt itself to various climatic and other conditions.
    No. 163. Hunter, W. D., i',i-.-The boll weevil. 26, No. 17, pp. 1-2, April 3.
    A circular letter dated March 27, 1907, setting forth the weevil conditions prevailing at
    that tunime.
    No. 164. Hunter, W. D., 1907.-Boll weevil prospects for 1907. vol. 26, p. 7, April 13.
    Statement that the winter of 1906-07 was unusually favorable for successful hibernation
    of the weevil. The necessity for applying the cultural methods is emphasized.
    No. 165. Hunter, W. D., 1907.-Some recent studies of the Mexican cotton boll
    weevil. The following topics are discussed: The status of the cotton boll weevil in 1906; local
    variations and their causes; the relation between weevil damage and pr- ipi, i ,ion:
    factors in the natural control of the boll -. ,I. additional data concerning importance
    of fall destruction of cotton stalks; late planting.
    No. 166. Hunter, W. D., Newell, Wilnon, Pierce, W. D., 1907.-The insect enemies
    of the cotton boll weevil. fi_- December.
    Brief general account of the parasitic and predaceous insect enemiesof the boll weevil,
    wilthi suggestions for increasing their usefulness.

    No. 167. Hunter, W. D_, 1907.-The most important step in the control of the boll
    weevil. edition: 1908, September 21, French and English editions.
    A revision of Cir. No. 56, Bureau of Entomology (see No. 152), with additional data
    obtained from recent experiments. I m11.. ii: an introductory statement are presented
    the itcsults of a large practical test of the efficiency of the fall destruction of cotton stalks.
    Reasons for I lie desi ruiction of stalks in thlie fall are given; also a brief summary of the data
    obtained from a large series of hibernation exl)xperinients lpon whii(i tliese reasons are based.

    No. 168. Hunter, WX. D., 1908.-Boll weevil scarcer. vol. 26, No. 27, p. 7, June 17.
    lRes lts of the first boll weevil status examination made by agents of the Bureau of
    Entomology during 1908.
    No. 169. Hunter, WV. I)., 1908.- The cotton boll weevil in Oklahomia. Report, Okla. Slate Bd. Agr., to the Legislature of the State, for the
    years 1907 190S, Part V, pp. 36-42.
    hi ite history of thlie weevil in the United Stales and summary of its life history and habits.
    The dislritut ion of thlie cotton boll weevil in Oklahoma is outlined and a statement made
    regarding for injury by thlie pest.
    No. 170. Hunter, W. D,, 1908.-Urges stalk burning.<[TxasS Stockman & Farmer,
    vol. 26, No. 41, p. 3, October 14.
    The inetit ss o( early fall tles ructiton of cot ton st alksas a means of Ie- .. ning e, l injury
    next year is urged and reasons for this operation set forth.


    No. 171. Hunter, V. 1)., 1908.-(ht ting rid of the boll wevil.1"-.iri & Ranch,
    vol. 27, No. 'il, p. 3, 1pectemnber 19.
    Briefst ltlit reiardili boll xiec il conditions i Texas. lnjuri during lo '.; less than
    during prceiig "year, truions fur xcarcity I-J igned. Principal mlthods of control

    No. 172. Hunter, W. 1), 19!08. 0 I _'.r.Iii, laIe plantiini toi avoid damage by the
    bull weevilx 19)07 190S. p). 17 21, 1le ember
    A review of lith history of Ith latte-p Iullrng theoJry as a mean- ot f boll we evit control inn a
    co!e tion oJ l d a. sed aii[ ly oIi experiments o( (lie lt '<"tii of ,l'.n l olui}y, which show
    lie filaN y of t Pis idea.

    No. 173 HMunter. W. D., I'ir'. Boll weexvil situation in klahonla. Bul. 7, Okla. Stale Bld. A\r.. pp. 2 3, Septimnber I.
    A st..gte et reardirn she scicty ol ll wOtW'Wils in (khlioin~i dttf to Ihe weat anli
    droil~lihl 'rhueratrly fatl! a ,h truction ofstlalks is urgrdso :i, to t<> ike.>tivimtntilco(th lt ra l
    setb.rk tile w('"\il has re"chivd.

    No. 174. IUIlnfr, W. 1i, 190. Thie loll weevil problem with sjp ci.fl n-lreice to
    nieans of a .l. iT ladiamge. 46 pp, 9 fis., January 23.
    Tihis billcliil gies the mosth : comprehensive treatinent of thei vrioi iiieas of ,il1
    weevil r!rtrol d iies iit tions of ll' pest!, with i hl isf ory of (Inl i ll iol of i he i tii iii r- oii I 'i -
    prositef t for (l:+ni ii,, inll {it (nltire ;>o

    il-l-i'I i )A 11211 1 Ii ole i t iii Iiil eu i' W t tlux i i i
    whhhxii h lhIin i: 11the A: t on,,ise r t ut( of ile 1lif,, hit or anI Ib i Aecri|, in of
    till i11ert Is givenl~, unttl :i (iis.+l < .]ii;io of* ils lIIL)ierisi;I oion un .e "-;il{ 1(:% (FI fr fo ,- + O f' n.H m ,iltl roi^t-
    trot. Tlhe sub~je(>i of d( ei nalltlion/ rec(eives 'onc(ise reil! iiKlnt McAfns of ?(tiii tui :ire c llsed I lei ;(h. under" llliie s Ic coili lrol"x re x lie' (ollowixi; si i llivi i ii-
    tested plrtnis il (lhe tfill; nelllodls of des-troying weevils in the f~il; desttnvictioiioff w erv'lI: int
    hiltber, .o plaes; loca itn) i pll ihlus 1o xio i 11 ti ll l l; crlop rotaion ; po i a ldilioti xl'o diellisii i 1 1 tii e ro);is)ecialileviices for ci- oy ilt lie wi<>vils i uirler
    xti< ltir i< 0ii'en l oii [>)li ("I ii csTi pt ion ofla chini rill tilor! i-el li I )r xx E. iii 1s,
    and rei iIr k l l'eltrd i eii ; h ,lld pickill. of weevill-; IO[|IL!x x ifi i ilaln "oll-hc. f 1or 122,
    anIhl boll wleevll; dr'-lroyin. ^ / \le wee il inl 'otton/ seed( ; rlaqtl++m of meanl-. of -

    J;ii 1-:11 :1:1 NDcli W, i 12l '. Insg
    the boll ee il 1o Shl e conlrol of oi l r i n-i.i 1 ; t ene l ral conI i cl i lh h l iii llllum!ine
    ateniplt I o i tioi l he l oll wee" il; ful!, 1 Iiti 1 lii; ii i II t V; I cii, I 'l.t ien of smaIill

    N,, 175. Hunter, W. D., 190!l. What (can be done in deslrmoyins: the oton It )II
    wveeil ,i,,,lV,. the winter.<'ir. 107, %ur. Ent., U. S. leptI. Agr., *I p)|,
    January 1;2.
    [+nipna~t-i- i< pl) i c!o ( lt e il ei-aral~t hill" of ftollow int: e:irly fal l+ dc tr OlI ion (of c o ilo pi~i, i{s
    WiWll ] enea ic i n ill; up of all pi ice.- to oircr llollbettll nn;
    No. 176. hunter, IV. 1)., 19011.1-The loll weeil KsittiLaon, lF;riner, v\'dl. 2S .o. t3, N)- 4, O)tn})T lI..
    %.In a<|r!lr> s a t I tie Tn I l~ite [tl" ir a Memphis. ITcnnl 7+.j+. t- oi> .yc l Hien howiln^ tile
    esT~it cf tlo wec+( \ i lla I upo col i 11 F prod chiun in cx 1' < lic 11c i I i l { iia l ion In 1( \ li i -is
    sipi i [iq i l ta ti-co1 c ( nd ; tl~t tic l +-i ion oh l ce i ce 1 (' inl lit'. i'tit i!a1nt llit \wa^^ il inl
    !n H r l;l on arIe pIin'ed o1l I. Hcrnestu! pra t IFe ir et it

    No. 177. Hunter, W. 1). 1 10 III status .f !lie holl weevil in 19(9.<('ir. 122,
    Bur, I H t I' S. Kept. Agr., 1I iij., II fi .
    \ con i- \ti c'cn of I Ni If ( ce, il cu di ical niI(o srr t sm d f t lit* perceIt.
    i /, l+e (kf i' i 11 t u l 1ic ,i w l fes t :t ie c i of tlie ,i..c 11 i l ;|i1 .o Cl{-
    (of ii ^h ii l t l ie l Ich l ed t o e d a dim 14; l^^.'t a o I (ti dis-
    |ert io dorin. ll{ I hat yea' r. ("n|er '+ Ht{ I ton in Tt\e.c. lft aijjn'.ir- a )' dsci-on (f tlie e'ot l^n
    pro~ill+ of Tc(,xa-.+ Tbh lit+e lv iltlos i ,a o s Ila elecl Ithe weevil hias
    hiad on I lhe ol Io/ prd ctl ion ol/ ~ I) lht Stale.+ Thv resttIlls of r'\perhneln'lls w~ith a '] ch in cnlti!-
    vatw~r de-irne~d hy In", t-V ll, I inds are eive "Ilhe |~p~irto!e treif'1 1* .lte lld aMin in ry ix lnj'.'l of liiti work l)y Mesrs. NewelI and Smlith! .t N'O. 2i;) onl
    thel u e of pow.dere+d ar +enaie of a 1ins~lhie weevil. Sontieof ',I .... ,i'.,. 1' h 111 ,i ,I'i
    of I]e lis of arsenal el of leadl are -ctl forlth


    N. 178. Hiutchinson, W. L., 1908.-Cotton culture in Mississippi in areas infested
    with the Mexican cotton boll weevil. 6 pp., December.
    Treats of the cultural remedies for the boll weevil, including soil preparation, fertiliza-
    tion, cultivation, varieties, destroying of favorable I-.. r r, in' places, etc.
    No. 179. Jones, Fred. B., 1903.-A State system of apll'ii,-_ present boll weevil and
    bollworm remedies to each county. pp. 63-65.
    A discussion of fall destruction of cotton stalks and fall plowing and the importance of
    putting these operations into practice generally.
    No. 180. Knapp, S. A., 1904.-Diversification of crops in Louisiana. Meet. La. Boll Weevil Cony., held at Shre',%,p...rt, La. Cir. 2, La.
    Crop Pest Comm., pp. 123-131.
    A discussion of diversification of crops as a means of bettering the agricultural situation.
    Mentions the need of (....,, i.r ,i,..r among planters in carrying out the cultural system of
    weevil control.
    No. 181. Knapp, S. A., 1905.-Agricultuiral methods for boll weevil districts.
    February 21.
    A general consideration of the agricultural practices desirable in boll weevil infested
    regions, with particular attention to the cultural system of cotton growing to lessen boll
    weevil injury.
    No. 182. Kiilp,.. S. A., 1908.-Demonstration work in cooperation with southern
    farmers. A general outline of the methods employed by the Bureau of Plant Industry in con-
    duet ing farm demonstrations throughout the Southern States, and particularly in the
    weevil-infested area,
    No. 183. Knapp, S. A., 1909.-Field instructions for farmers' cooperative demon-
    stration work. Agr., pp. 1-5, March 15.
    Outline of the methods of cotton culture recommended by the author. Picking up of
    infested squares in the early summer and fall destruction ofstalks are advised in weevil
    infesled districts.
    No. 184. Knapp, S. A., 1910.-Cotton the greatest of cash crops. the Secretary, U. S. Dept. A.:i 10 pp., February 26.
    An address delivered at Greenville, Miss.,Jan. 17, 1910. Opinions regarding the present
    outlook for cotton production in boll weevil territory.

    No. 1s,- Madero, J. M. C., l'I,-' -Una plaga del algodon. (Salvador), 1.1m, II, Num. 14, pp. 483 485, July 15.
    Comments on failure of means of control as then recommended by the U. S. Depart.
    ment of Agriculture. States that cotton growing has been abandoned on account of the
    weevil in Coahuiila, for corn and wheat.

    No. 186. Mally, F. W., 1899.-Appeal to Texas cotton farmers. Farmer, vol. 18, No. 34, p. 4, June 14.
    Areas of heavy infestation should be observed and especially dealt with. Picking
    infested squares weekly from last xweek in May until July recommended.
    No. 187. Mally, F. W., 1899.-Boll weevil and bollworm. Farmier, vol. 1S, No p. 3 pp. I 1 July 5.
    Thei author expresses the belief that by the square-picking method the planters have
    practically won the fight. Value of their destruction even if but few of iI.- rly squares
    are infested is empIhasizedl. Not sufficient to plow the squares under.
    No. 1.s Mally, F. W., 1899.- The boll-weevil pest, and how it may be dealt with and
    eradicated. Recomniniuds picking up squares.


    No. 189. Mallv, F. W., 1900.- Prti'cting the colt' tn crop from insect pests. I ..tri
    lianch, vol. 19, p 3, Aulzit 1 L.
    An address before thie cotton ui rwti se!iion of the Fanrmers' i i r. Juil y3 o. ]AK.
    Rolttirarks on sr'rayir' ntid Ipray cit I hines,
    No. 190. Mally, IF. W., 1900. 'o, estri bll wettxil. ari& Rant -, vol. 29, p. 1.
    (CommentP t Ont thin prac;t'ico OI pitckins up and li rniiu;: ilni. ; aid vantage a.(;a:i:' n
    eil iL 'il. iur i (e dei iritiiht f ul' perfecting ; i I H'im c inet to c r UIK fall n isqu irel
    !ruii itu<' ,h uroll bo stuttioln.

    No. I'll Mally, F. W ., 19 (. i'r-Pritetin l(he cotton (tri i frItni iinse't 1,esi I'r..
    3rd AInn. Sess, Tx. Larm. i',,, Fpp Ip, I
    Mentions the lSt (of poison: I ; tiinli tht? wi, l 11 ., 'ra ti ,ui Iraj^Ein^ of ,eevils.

    No. 192. Mallv, F. \\. l>Ul .--('.>l I. ll, ri,.' I ) inif(-tcd' sqlaris. p. 3;
    A xvu' ki'es pikkir itp li li destroy' ilux I ?'[l ires.
    No. I'I : ,fallv, l" W ., 19')1 .* Arsi ia[c I f I lad ( .ain I1At cotloit inseIts.iI'roct;. *HlI Aiitn .
    S-ss. Tex. Farm. (C 1,- p. 103.
    Metil ion of li>Iilt' Of Itl', l ais a boll wI tevil spray.

    N.I 194. Mall, F". W., 1-1t .-1ollniziing i the bl wv'evil. pi'. 3:- ( t'luit r 2v.
    I rges close* K zil. oif cottn s.Ialks ill fk]l- \ heln ;ilt stalks can llOf ]wot _e dmoI llo O I,
    Wu ho it tf It it i 1i1 ttl 4 kl t ill tlut a f1 \' ro,' s k 1 r lefk ws i T1ra1. an 4 ro s a kto be
    poised frrqlcnrtI or orazi~l don. Phlan are iven for .. ho ..emad alk (ater.

    No. 195. Mally, F. \V., 1901.-A preliminary re[ptrt (of the iirtre.s (f an i vix ti'atioi
    (** ,i. niiii.,' the life hisl-ry, lih illits, injuries, a id nleth]"ds I ,r f ll- d rst ivi\
    the Mexican cotl.'iId. .11 weevil (Ilsltotfttei. ). A liti>r1i/td I a
    special actoft he thwelity-sixt h l, isIlat urv of Texas, pp. 1-33, s*iilent,
    pp. 315 *.15, %. printer, A\usiinli T'x.
    Thelli if t histlory Id fliilts of lit" wev il arfe di, sussd and iiit'ts llt i<' t i for I he li oll
    weevil iOll-()it(d, 1:e, dia! I ureS are dhscussed at lenlth, These isK-hiN'ie tIEu use
    of early mlatiiriiiK vairi pin weevils in spring .lill fall; (all phowinl.: haud lpiekins'of iiitested q inaie. .mi tIe uiso
    of arsenatf <^f lead Ia i s|*ray. 'I'h l questionl of Sp) u' and .spr:y machine r i s i lengthy tirett ent. The futility of [hit' us11 $ h I (ot" trapj)irg thli e kiw ',il i pointed owit.

    No. ll Mally, F. W., I'mi --The Mexic'an cottoin-boll weevil. U. S. Dept. .\ :r., 3 pp., 4 igs.
    A reprints i.h minor changes, of No. 195.

    Ni. 197. Mally, F. W., I' --Report on the boll weevil. State printer, Austin,Tex,
    70 pp., 3 igs.
    A finil report upon the in vest iga! ions of t he aut hor. art ing ; as Slateit(,(nonolo.;isto o(Txa,<.
    CONti n s rnueh information ])tblislied |revionsly by te, tautor 11e Nos. I, ,d lr.,,
    withi ad'litiona |l da~tarine hy further exj^'rifielnt anil oh.'es itios- +1lhe life, history
    andlt tbial's andl natullra+l enemI~ies of H]ie vev~il are( diM'iissi'd. In addtitio t~i o metlodls
    Of eOirll~O inl the ])ubliirat ions al'ove rrferred to. wide ?,pa'' ni; orIf t ))lants is, treated4; als~o
    early planting and Ih tle u }f < ealy rna t nrinl,g varietI ics. fh'e eot o 1ol f [til"e we^/ il inl U( seed is discussed, aimd dalt Feg ardillK tHe litan p*ickiii of weevils anld infesi I>ted lquars are
    p)freste' lt e .

    No. 198. Mally, F. W., 1902.- Ways and men' Ls. I '.ll-w'evil iionventiiini . Rl it ,h. vNol 21, pp. 12 1. i.1)c, iil)tr 27.
    Synopsis of al speech before the boll ees-il ei\(n ltion. Thr need of hgle L aii, lioth
    B~tai lle a d ntlionalt, wastt dwelt upon Ml)!f! ans):l of con! rol wetre, alo diis<-uss<' ( se{ge No.-IS).

    No. 199. Marlatt, .L., 1902 Rt'ottrt ,, tle Acl iii Inlomiilo.. Eli., I'. S. I)e()t. AXr., P'r liit l year erndiirig Jiune' 30, i','12 I.l)
    Executilv report oI oruk carrlii on lIy tlit vision of ERntouoluogy.


    No. 200. Marston, B. W., 1904.-Boll weevil diary. [PAris green applications, etc.]
    ]3, May 21; p. 16, May 28; p. 16, June 18; p. 16, June 25; p. 13, July 9;
    p. 12, October 15; p. 17, October 29; p. 17, November 26.
    No. 201. Marston, B. W., 1904.-Experience in poisoning the boll weevil. Ann. Meet. La. Boll Weevil Conv., held at Shrr.p,-rt, La. Cir. 2, La.
    Crop Pest Comm., pp. i",--s ', 88-96.
    A paper relating to the use of Paris green against the weevil by the writer; also letters
    from planters regarding its use; pages 88-96 contain discussions of Mr. Marston's paper.
    No. 202. Marston, B. W., Frierson, L. S., and Newell, Wilmon, 1906.-Report of the
    executive committee upon the Paris green experiments conducted
    against the boll weevil during 1905.< 'ir. 8, State Crop Pest Comm. La.,
    31 pp., 4 figs., May.
    No. 203. Mayer, August, 1904.-The boll-weevil situation from a Red River planter's
    standpoint. port, La. Cir. 2, La. Crop Pest Comm., pp. 27-33.
    A discussion of the importance of maintaining soil fertility and of the iwr,-rrel it.inhip
    existing between the boll weevil problem, the cattle-tick problem, and welfare of the farmer.
    No. 204. Mayer, August, 1907.-The most important factor in solving the boll weevil
    problem. Discussion of the relation of the cattle tick to the boll-weevil problem. Particular stress
    Is placed upon the necessity of eradicating the cattle tick, so as to enable the cotton growers
    of the South to raise cattle profitably, and thus have the manure to increase the produc-
    r of the soil.
    No. 205. Morgan, A. C., 1907.-Papers on the cotton boll weevil and related and asso-
    ciated insects. A predatory bug reported as an enemy of the cotton boll
    weevil. Life history and habits of a bug, Apiomerus spissipes Say, reported esanenemyof the boll
    No. 206. Morgan, H. A., 1896.-The Mexican cotton bollworm. for January, February, March, and April, pp. 2-6, 5 figs.
    A brief account of the boll weevil and its habits, with the principal remedies suggested
    prior to this time by the Division of l.ri.,ri,.lu .
    No. 207. Morgan, H. A., 1903.-(See No. 296.)
    No. 208. Morgan, 11. A., 1903.-To prevent the spread of the Mexican cotton boll
    weevil into the States.KProc. 2nd Ann. Sess. Tex. Cotton Cony., pp.
    A discussion of possible means of preventing the spread of the boll weevil.
    No. 209. M 1.r 1. I. A., 1903.-Iow to protect Louisiana against the invasion of the
    boll weevil.KProc. Boll Weevil Conv. called by Gov. W. W. Heard, in
    New Orleans. La. Bur. of Agr. and Immig., pp. 12-16.
    probable means of preventing or hindering the dissemination of the insect into
    and throughout the Stale of Louisiana.
    No. 210. Morgan, II. A., 1904.-The Mexican boll weevil. p. 17, May 14.
    An address (in part) made before a farmers' institute in Cass County, Tex. The
    methods employed to stamp out isolated colonies of the weevil in Louisiana and probable
    results of such work in Texas are given.
    No. 211. M.r: -iii,, II. A., 1904.-'li. M'exican cotton boll weevil. Comm. La., 16 i'|' 4 figs., June 1.
    A pamphlet of general information, including a brief history of the boll weevil and state-
    menits from various sources regarding damages due to the pest.


    No. 212. M r-.aii, II. A., 19)01 .-The i'Mexican cotton-boll weevil Se. Siate A.Tr Soc., and the 6th of lhe La. k Blreved(' Assoc.,
    p). 64 7-1.
    General account of ti' 1n wt, Inludii life history and h bits. Te r, eessl y for maln-
    t(iitaiiee, Of" qumiii l aittin ii~tiN~t f to ne p~l/5 | rodutc! s all| o) litr l proi t!cts Ikely to arry
    boll weet is is etmopha sized i leou eliun ,n ith re mIarks o the prot "tiio of Loisiiati froil

    N. 213. M.r: ,ii, 11. A. 190t. Checking spread of blol weevil in l ouisiama. & ilancih, vol. 23. >p. 3-4, I)(>'emiil.r 21.
    No. 214. Morton, J. Slerliiin. Is % I Tt|)prt of l(i, SItr,'air\ ,f Agriculture
    lept.-. l1(p[ A\ r. for tar iiiJin e , 30. Il?
    An excutii report in w hicn h mention a ii md,< o(f Ihe bll W,"vv i d l< 1 i ni .mur.itl on
    of wNork aaIinst It,
    N., 215. Newcoiml. J.1 P., 1903. I.i boll w(,evil. vol. 22, N). 40, August 19.
    T'Ire ats, of the n1l ed of ctareftl At sdiesi of the btll I v' it an1! th ii. Io ', cro[ dI Iversi-
    No. 216 Newell, \\Wilmno, 190-1. The Mexican cotltoii bo1ll w((eevil.<> St. Il. Eit 29 pp., 21 1iih., Se!ptemlber.
    ene'ra.l dis uss'ion of 1)th' I0mportan of the problem 'al losses du tol> iv pIst'
    No. 217. NeweIl. WVilnon, 1905.-Ani open letter tio tihe' hill fa l.oisiana.
    Take acltive mIneaa.iir(.s against th(e boll weevil iow.<('r, op l (',inn. l.a.,
    I p., (O)'tober 18. Reprint 1905, t"arIm & latnch, vol. 21, p). 17,
    October -'
    A bri'f st (nt' tnt of the tiltural niethiod of control, with ilarl i u tl .- 1 i s 1n tOlie fall
    destru t ion of cot tonll nts .
    No. 218. Newell, \Wilnmn, 1905. The remedyl for ihe l) ll wee vil <('ir. 3, State Crop
    Pest Comlini. la., 20 pp., 5 figs., Novemtier. Rex i.tld edition: 1)ol;,
    March, 23 pp, 5 fig.s
    ID)iscusion of cultural mclthols. Rules gov'rnin,; the shilpintit of nut, itl likly to
    dksseminat lnthev otton boll w(cc il,
    No. 219. Newell, Wilnion, 19()( I.--The work of the Stat' ('rop Pest commissionin with
    the boll wc(,(vil.<('ir. 5, State ('rop P'(,st Comm. la., 21)0 p., 3 ligs.,
    A stattemecnt of thr work beito carrle('< on by ithe( Crop Cest (-'omission l'he progress
    of the i ,', i into Iol, iti.itia te'rrilory up to dat ,' of i-.iii:1 i L ,1 I,' I
    No. 220. Newell. \Wilmoni,, l,1)(.-P>oll E1 evil inive(.i'ati',n-. retlary "- i.. Crop Pest Comm. La. for the iera 1961 aind 190-), p)p, 3-11
    and an appendix.
    A1 brief history of th[I'rop Pest Commlssion, with an outline of thI inltli ;.tlon unndlr-
    taken ly 'the 4o1iii .slon up 10 to t' tim<> of ulilica ion.
    221. Newell, t \ ilmii, 1)0(i. --, No. 202.!

    -No. 222. Newell, WVilmoi. 190(i. Thle b)ll w(,e\vil. iiforii.uimali (*,on','rnin i-i life
    hi:lory and halbits.<'Cir. 9, Siate Cro) Pest Comm l.a., 29 lpj., 1 11.,
    A convlbe account of the boll weevil.
    No. 223. New(ell, Wihmoni. 19)07.- Report upon the work of h(ie Slat' Crop Peost Coin-
    lisi-in. Brief report OB work arranged in coopration tith the Bulhreaull of Entomology.


    No. 224. Newell, Wilmon, 1907.-Fighting the boll weevil by picking up the infested
    squares. Discussion of the value of picking up and destroying of fallen fruit as an adjunct to cul-
    tural methods recommended. Recommends picking up squares until July 25.
    No. 225. Ni.-i.-Il, Wilmon, 1907.-The State Crop Pest law of Louisiana and rules
    and regulations of the State Crop Pest Commission in effect July 1, 1907.
    Contains an introductory statement by Mr. Newell, the act which was passed by the
    House of Representatives and approved Dec. 15, 1903, and rules and regulations of the
    State Crop Pest Commnision of La. in effect on Jtuly 1, 1907.
    No. 226. Newell, \\ iln,..t, 1907.-(See No. 166.)

    No. 227. Newell, Wilmon, 190S.-The boll weevil. '.l Bien. Rept. of the Secretary for the years 1906-1907, pp. 9-16, and
    an appendix.
    Report on the work of the commission during 1906-1907. Brief discussion of spread of
    weevil and quarantine regulations which were enforced up to February 4, 1''-, when the
    quarantine was repetelcd in toote. The following topics are also discussed: (Cultural experi-
    ments; autumn spraying experiments; weevil destroying machines and boll weevil "remnte-
    dies; boll weevit parasites; the Shreveport laboratory; cooperation with the Bureau of
    Entomology; experiments with Paris green. Under tihe last topic is presented the results
    of several extensive field tests of Paris green against the boll weevil, and summary of the
    results of a special tour of investigation made by the Commission through a region where
    Paris vreen was extensively used. These experiments showed that no Increase in crop
    resulted from the application of Paris green.

    No. 228. Newell, Wilmon, 190S.-The early cotton and the boll weevil. State Crop Pest Comm. La., 7 pp., May.
    Discussion of abundance of weevils emerging from hibernation and the mortality among
    these individuals. Recommends picking up infested squares until June 15 or 20.

    No. 229. Newell, Wilmon, and Barber, T. C., 1908.-Preliminary report upon experi-
    ments with powdered arsenate of lead as a boll weevil poison. State Crop Pest Comm. La., pp. 9-40, 3 figs., July.
    Review of literature appertaining to use of Paris green against the boll weevil. Results
    of Paris green experiments in Louisiana are presented. These experiments demonstrated
    again the fallacy of the Paris-green theory. Field and cage experiments with the use of
    powdered arsena+e of lead are described and results recorded.

    No. 230. Newell, Wilinon, 1908.-. .tr). in,2 the boll weevils before they enter
    hibernationti. A plea for the destruction of cotton stalks in the fall.

    No. 231. Newell, Wiltnon, and Paulsen, T. C., 1908.-The possibility of reducing boll
    weevil (damage by autumn spraying of cotton fields to destroy the foliage
    and squares. Disctission of experiments with various chemical sprays used In an effort to destroy
    cotton plans in fall without injuring lint. A 3 per cent solution of iron sulphate was
    foundl to accomplish good results.

    No. 232. Newell, Wilnon, and Rosenfeld, A. H., 1'," --A brief summary of the
    more implortantit inijuirious insects of Louisiana. 1, p. 151.
    Note regarding comparative area of infestation in Louisiana. 15,000 square miles are
    heavily infested: 14.000 square miles have comparatively slight infestation.

    No. 233. Newell, \Vilmon, and Trreherne, R. C., 1908.-A new predaceous enemy of
    the boll weevil. Note of ibtie dest ruction of adult boll weevils by the carabid beetle Erarthrus sodalis LeC.,
    and by another species of Evarthrus.


    No. 234. Newell, Wilio. 190S. iolI weevil in Loiiii1a.i 27, No. 12, I. 7, (h o r 17.
    1<> |,4rks oil 1i'rui 44'4414i4 114 1i4lll h I1,11 lu S4 tnllll tll, t pr. uill-
    ttols oiiA ~ t {11 r t{l n, uri l{, *:1 ... rnjiiry duun 1't, rj{ i .iii *, as: fxin-ric cec ill V%.n "I'rsv
    the ]> It < lc'r') iill of roltont >l .il'n> .lA tirly as inl ttir ('{.l.

    No. .'; N Kwell, Wilnii, ait I sV 'Alh 1, A. 11II, M 1io. I:porl.r upon variety amdI rxperiknewt.s vi- h eolin i i l bl he 1 w/ 1 eevil ii t hl--ted "eeli,, of

    0 o.isia Ia. ('ir. .2(i Stl ('r1Iii }'1:1 (1.14 la [)[4 I (, l'e r'ry.
    A r01 por1 i l( s 1\ 4ral11pcrli 1 'il- w 'il 4il rm'l (i f of ; l \ i l thlr isr of
    dtlff rl'rl {H ilti/l'r.' i> wo",, i) fnd .t( r ,'l n^' 'i. (, l.,i'iiMl.i; al-<) a lil:< i ..ill ufthf futllily
    of lilr |' l [i i tLS a .iis !lvi,lii! I'! ';, 1- if] >.
    No. -, ;I. N. well. \Villh'non 19 \Vhat col nsl,1 ilc, a j rl'rfct Stai ld of w. henni 1ln1
    i_','i the boll 4 weevil. A.\ r. and I ni. ni ((Kr. 25. Stale I i ,1 q l',5,st ',1 4. i l. i >15 |I>[.
    I'resM int the, results tf sevrr l rxpcri'nts io l r ,!ir tn (l i ( .I t c l, yilcc of klitlting
    Sotto ri with :.:1rnl sl- .v', In m4'" \ i l n < lh ir l !r .
    No. 237. Newell, Wilmon., i ll )ou-ier n. y, M. S., 1909. 'l',e V" <',,t11 fi;lk u11'r.
    Ho" to make i( ;awl h an > h to no,, iL.<('ir. ;;A), Slate (.'rny l'e-l ('oia i. I.a.
    p ), 15) 15>s, 4 lis Sep,'em ('ber 1,.)
    Sp[>cili>'tin for b uil in l "V" V- )114 14Jlk 14 1 h; ow t1o opvrat It.
    No. 2: New\'ell, 1 \ il ,n1, and l)4o1 hlerly, M. S., IPI09,. ''Th( 'i . latian of lhe lx>]l
    weevil in 'entri l Ir l j.o isii na,<.<'ir. 31. Sta:e Crop I'(,t ('Conli l.a., I ).
    l(;1 -'1l, (i li -,, ()( ) hiol r.
    An, impor1 a 14 1 nt 4 til441io' Io 4 41 k1.11.l'i4' of t4 l'4ilt( rn1ti' of 1 1 r 4r vi 1 I' up]onl{ a l~r-v ('x )ci [!rit 1 fle .! irrir (il l o t ; M iiiu ia, l/a.. i'; i!i !t(li v, inili 1 nlt mrt ld li *> if( rlily fail tr rl iot of th(r .t "in ]*1 i'!' i~ -rr.,; .h i>,r'l, hl.. 1" (il It ). + llts
    of nt1 c 'X[] 'll l lt4'4t. 4h' fol11, 1 r4 I ( 111 t .ii i i-i f I 4 1 ;; l ti I 1 4: ;of 1'1* '
    1114144 4441 ll 141 4 11 La min l/4 r P o 1 It,,

    Into hi1, 4I41ii .1 ; nIIni' ir o1 ; l41 1 i i i i 1 t '.til ri : ,< i; foi4 1. ' t 41;
    [em ';tlh (f *i;'ir \ vc 'i live .'ef' lr in.^ l{il rn:t,: ioi ; : I o'lip i :ofo <.ll:ir '>o i il i iiii i-
    lh)DHS cxi inii: iluri~l :t t li. (>x|>rriiri it ii: \ lib !o' c iu~rin lly rxicsii; in l rcnir! l j~oii- iana

    ;,i 239. Newell, \VihlXo11 awl Sm1itl. 1. 1)., !loc). ExprienIt4,i witlh |>o1 W(4ri4!
    ar' I -tle -f Ilead as a I r ir'abi l hI !l w !"(e:! )t o niIi l.a., p) l), '251 :!:;;,-* i's.
    A Ir .'l 1 rep1 rt J n ;i d ttrin l l'H 1 !} im i l I' ) \"r:rl at ll iof l!:t' ( |,<~r ;!l *> i in
    favors of ( r p l '. Tl'lr i. ht1 1 o4f 1 n 4 4 iii
    Is 4 di -'l t l4llp t ; l i pll'vl 01 e p n'l t la l! i] of t il .D r o ly 4 : i pk-
    HtPII[iF} ltlt rncanlcto tht*}I cilillrtiil Inctliodls,

    No. 210. NorI4 1 A. & Co., A1909. I b oidl wee1vil.<4N4ew Yo(r' 11 5 1p., I miap,
    A 1 ,li ,l 'dal study of boll weevil d1 4 e

    No. 211. N rlh. S N. 1)., I19L1. Q(uaimhy ol4 A ton 4i.1'n1d in 111e 1t'ie 41 S"lawe
    ( rops uf 1 M 9 to4 19()0 imihl-ive,1 4 '< i l. 1 lh) r. C4 litl I, S. I) ,414
    ('Oiu111. an1l lah p1 n9, 1i 17. nap.
    4Sl4 t4 l .l4 1 1 Il ii ;;4 -- d l< to I i 1 11 m o o, ; I a n ril a 1 1 -o'y of
    tlie slir,~i of tlie r', il n lt 'I' x:s.

    No. ..1. Olm. l'd, \ i(ir I2.. 11)0. ('AiT-e- 19f' 14 A t', dama1 :e in l!;)() <. ('re p lh4'eiir1er,
    vol. 12, No. 12. 14), 9 L 4114,Lm,(r1 II
    A los-4(,11.9per ,ent oflr l 1 r ')4,r 1.-'" 4 .. -1 u 4l N. 21 :. Oppel. A., 1h)2.- DiW' Va i vwolh1' 1.ei'zi, pji '-' 392, 3 fig.
    lirh-f r ',, lerdl ic'oilil1.
    N 244)1. aul-'n. T. '.. I) >, i See N ,. 23I.)
    No. 21', Piercev, W. 1)., 191M7. '(Se NT 1,46.)


    No. 216. Pierce, W. D., 1907.-On the biologies of the Rhynchophora of North Amer-
    ica. Brief history of the species and a lit of its parasitic enemies. Pages 295 to 309 contain a
    des rip ion and comparison of the pup;e of A nthononmus graniddis withI other species of An-
    tl, lo oli us and a biii iograplihy of .i,. '. I i ..
    No. 247. Pierce, W. D., 1908.-Studies of parasites of the cotton boll weevil. 73, Bur. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agr., 63 pp., 3 pls., 6 fi-s., January 21.
    A report upon extensive studies of the parasites of the boll weevil and other weevils.
    Conltents: Introduction. history. The work on pirasitcs in 1906. I. Examination
    work -Records prior to 10to breeding records of 1T90; miost favorable plant conditions
    for -Hin of the b!.>l ece il, field condilioins, geoi raphioal considerate ions, boll-weevil
    status. I 1oll-weevil chronolho)y, conclusions. 11. Propiagation work: Transfer or artificial
    'r jI .1 ,, of para-iisto; field work; release of parasites. III. Parasite breeding work:
    Occuricnee of species; geo*r raphi al andseas'in: dis liributiion of parasites; biological notes
    on the parasites. IV. The sources of the parasiutes: Parasites known to attack Rhyncho-
    phora; biologies of the xwexvils ... r i parasites; rotation of hosts. V. Conclusion
    and prosipets, i 1 .,--. Index.
    No. 248. Pierce, W. D., 190S.- The economic bearing of recent studies of the para-
    sites of the cotton boll weevil. April.
    Siuiiniorizat ion of the work of the Bureau of Entomology in an endeavor to increase the
    efficiency of parasites of the boll weevil in Texas.
    No. 249. Pierce. W. D., 1908.-Factors controlling parasitism with special reference
    to the cotton boll weevil. Dl'tcuision of various factors which affect lie abundance and elicieney of parasites In
    o'' *I. thle lboll weevil.

    No. 250. Pierce, WV. D., 1908.-A list of parasites known to attack American Rhyn-
    chophora. Contains a list of all parasites known to attack the boll weevil.
    No. 251. Pino y Solis, Patricio, 1898.-El algodon en la Costa Grande (Estado de
    Guerrero). Exipresses a belief that certain substances in the soil tend to protecMOhe cotton from the
    boll w(evil.
    No. ,._ Poe, C. 11., 1906.-(See No. 44.)

    No. 253. Quaintance, A. L., 1905.-Some present-day features of applied entomology
    in America. Ent., 1i. S. Dept. Agr., pp. 9, 11, 14-17, 20-21.
    Mention of thlie imnportance of the boll weevil problem.

    No. 2".I. Raingel, A. F., I1901.--E. ludios preliminaries acerca del picitdo del algodon
    (Ioj Ilhinoo o -s .... ", I. C. Cu.). logia Agricola, Mex., vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 93-10.1, 1 pl., I tig.
    contains remarks on pre\x ious work, importance of the insect, origin and transportation,
    bioltxy, character of injury, i l.ion of climate oin imago. ,iiirial of weev ils futile. Iemedies
    nientioned inchlde: I' op)r soil preparation, destruction of silks, inundation, selection
    of secd, icsl ruction of fallen squares, insecticides, traps, etc.
    No. 255. Rangel, A. F., 1901.-Seg.iunido informed aicorca del picudo del algodon (Insan-
    thooonilos foambis I. C. ('uI.). cola, Mex., vol. 1, No. 5, pp. 171-176.
    liemiarks on hibcrnatlion, migrai ion aii origin, weevils upon sprout cotton and means
    of destroying them, collection of adults i, i.,. feasible.

    BTBIAOGlIAI'IiY OF ('CuuN BOmI. VmI FVIs. 25

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    197 221S
    Kinu, rk'-: ,ontin' loleriuolof rtlulf (t wc ls I'r'in th e pd 'Ks, wilidescriptitonif tin iti ;-

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    No. 2(;6. Rosenfeld, A. II., 190S.-(See No. 232.)

    No. 267. Rlosenfeld, A. II., 190!.-(See No. 235.)

    No. 268. luis v Sandoval, Alberto, 1SiS4.-E1 alhdonm en Mexico. order of lthe Sec'relario do FFimento, Mlexico.
    A Iap showing cottlonil pro I llit ion.
    No. R'i. luss, S. E., jr., 1904.---(See No. 310.)

    No. 270. Sanderson, E. D., I 'X --The Mexican cotton boll weevil. & Ranch, vod. 17, No. 47. pp. 3-4, November 19.
    General aecomilnt, of origin, spread, an d hahi its of the boll weevil. Recommends spraying
    vohliter cotton x ith Paris grI on and plowing out and burning plants in November.
    No. 271. Sanderson, E. I)., I',-' -The Mexican (cotton boll weevil. to staple crops, New York, pp. 20.) 213, 4 figs.
    Brief history of pest. accomitl of its life, history and habits, and remedies recommended
    by the Bureau of I ntomology and others.
    No. 272. Sandierson, E. D., 1902. froanmized Ili.ii to destroy the boll weevil.]
    Boll Weevil (onventioIn. <1larm & Ranch, vol. 21, p. 13. December 27.
    The idesiraility of forming organizations of the business and agricultural interests to
    carrt into 1 ,e I'il. t nhelthods of control found to be beneficial (see also No. .-,.
    No. 273. Sanderson, E. D., 19l3. -The boll weevil. vol. 22, No. 14, p. 4, February 18.
    Weliev es thie Irn ing of col Io stl ks in late w inter useless. Remarks on soil preparation
    and mention of various insects inisake.n for The boll weevil.
    No. 274. Sainders,,n E. D., 1903-The Mexican boll weevil. Agr. [xp. Sta. Plre:s Notles, vol. 5. ',, 3, pp. 1--5, i-.. 1-3, February 25.
    rief accounllllt of the inseIt, ilcludinl lif' history, descripi tion, and methods of control.

    No. 275. Saudi sin, E. I)., 1903- 1 low to combat the Mexican cotton boll weevil in
    stmimeor and fall.- I'ir. 4. Enl. D)ept. Tex. Agr. Exp. Sta. Press \..,
    vol. 5, No. 1, 4 1'1 Ai''ust 10.
    t ,iommin nds ih l usc of early varitlies, s.lctioni of eotlon seed, thou1i.0h ielltivatlion,
    han:d pIki ing oif adult l o vils floui plalIlt in spri1, alii ad hand picking of infested squares.
    pi'speial e lplhal is is lid on the fall diistru lion of lthe ttoiln plilts either toby grazing or
    Col ing ;Ind Iurniig, tils operation to lbe followed by deep fall or early x inter plowing.

    No. 276. Sath Er in, E. I)., 190:3-Winter work apains t the boll weevil. N11. I, Texas Ar. Exp. Sta., 1 p., Novembelr.
    Rem111aks oln slalk dt.struilion, win1r plowing, and the use of seed of improved early
    tu1111illn x i('tlL oS f coit lonl

    No. 277. Sandei':;o, E. 1), D 19103- The Mexican coltton boll weevil, habits and means
    of cItimbating. lI.. 2d Anni. Ss Tiex. Cottolln ('oiiv.. pp. :15-16, 6 figs.
    Mclition of ins(ects misIaken for Ihe boll weevil. A stmlinary off the life history aind
    ]lllilt of tIe boll \M'cvil. Mention is imalde of atiural enemies of lhwe weevil ai mlellhoods
    ofcoilurol ;>r' -is ii.s ,, 1 lII 'lh. The t\too nit llihos of eollrol eI l1 iltiolled areol ) grow early
    eotlloil an, aIlII, I oid ti e injury, (2) dstroy the hihernaling brood of \w-evils and their
    lprogeny. Vari, tis of cotlon ll hielh seen d(si.aldie for planlinig are discussed, ats also fer-
    tilization, cultivalion, and fall desttruetion of >taiks.
    No. 278. Sande'rson, E. 1).. 19041. The fall c'amplaini against the boll weevil. & Ranch, vol. 23, lpp. 16 17, 1 lig., (October S.
    lReimaIrks oiln ihe relative e inlimber of weevils passing hiibt rnalion suiessfullly and its
    rclatlio I to collt on productions. A su mll xiary is ivle of taxp. Lii tl.o with I'aris green
    Conducted by tli author. Experiments conld 1(-,ed by other rs aie discussed and thle author
    co cluldes 1, .1 poisoning is not ctlve licet l Tho de], allabiilt\ of securing legislation lot)tlntp1
    fall del struction of stalks is emphasized, as also the need of a SLate pest commission.

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    No. 2S7. A ,i [+* A.o IK IV Th, Ile Mhxican ,, l toi lboll iv Oi -K'ip l -'ac.<,
    1pp 77-79, 2 i,.- l) <,cril(r. lRcprinl ll: and Ftuvi-i'in s: lp;pi. I'IS, ppi
    77 79.
    tlri f/history [ml \r, ry -,^, lt .x +>'co i ii(,f n-l it h+ i .I , t. il .. i i il fr, ir~ I' i rr<^'r+t
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    No. 2+SS. Kherviiia l'rainankli. Jr. Iwo1, ThX E I I N. K.
    Ih-(>t. A7+r., I I t>), .', I7.: > .01timary 2l).

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    No. 289. Sherman, Franklin. Jr., 1908.-Erroneous reports of cotton boll weevil-its
    present status. No. 290. Smith, G. D., 1909.-(See No. 239.)
    No. 291. Spillman, W. J., 1901.-Diversification of crops in Louisiana. Ann. Meet. La. Boll Weevil Cony., Sir,'., La. Cir. 2, La. Crop
    Pest (orm., pp. 99-107.
    Brirf general treatment of the work of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture against the boll
    weevil and a more lengthy discussion of that portion of the work relating to diversification.
    No. 292. Stewart, Win. M., & Roper, Daniol C., 1910.-Thei boll weevil cotton pro-
    duction, 1909. Brief statement regarding damage done by the boll weevil and the dispersion of the pest.
    No. 2.93. Stone, Alfred H., and Fort, Julian H., Pui -The truth about the boll
    weevil. Published by the First National Bank of Greenville, Miss.
    36 pp.
    A report on agricultural conditions existing in certain boll weevil infested districts in
    Texs. Louisiana, and Mi sississippi visited by the writers.
    No. 294. Stringf(,ll)w, II. C., 1908.-The boll weevil situation in Texas. La. Stale B1d. Agr. and Immig., pp. 7-34, October.
    A report upon conditions relating, to cotton production in weevil-infested regions of
    Texas. This report deals with information secured directly from cotton planters d(luring a
    tour of investigation made by the author as a representative of the fariners of Ouachita
    Parish, I.a. Much valuable information is brought together upon the various cultural
    practices in vogue and general economic conditions.
    No. 295. Stringifllow, IT. M., 1909.-On late planting. No. 17, pp. I 1-9, April 24.
    Ideas upon late planting of cotton as a means of boll weevil control. (See also No. 172.)
    No. 296..Sll.t.-, Win. C., Boulin, R. E., Morgan, H. A., !)03.-The Mexican cotton
    boll weevil. Sumnmary of life history and habits. Suggests ions to aid in preventing the spread of the
    boll weevil in La., as also a discussion of the ap)pearance and extermination of weevils
    on the station farm at Audubon Park, New Orleans, La.
    No. 297. Stubenrauch, J. WXV., 190-4.-Cotton insects and Texas farmers. Yorker, vol. 63, No. 2842, p. 539, July 16.
    Comment on i .ir ,. r,, ,,; of farmers and depreciation of land values on account of
    the boll weevil.
    .:,, 'i. Suffrian, E., 1871.-Verzeichniss der von Dr. Gundlach auf der Insel Cuba
    gesammielten l]i[--. i.i, r. 130 131.
    (contains the record of a specimen from Cardenas and one from San Cristobal, in Cuba.
    No. 299. Titus, E. S. G., 1902.-Mexican cotton boll weevil. gardening, (I i,... p. 454.
    Very brief account of insect and remedies.
    No. j,)ii Townsend, C. H. T., 1S95.--Report on the Mexican cotton boll weevil in
    Texas. 2 figs., March.
    The lif, history and halits are discussed and the quest ion of its introduction and spread
    in the tUnited States is treated. A hwge number of remedial nioasures aire suggested.
    The netu I of qualrantine illneuiures and I r '.l- l of l.'i i' hL cotton growing on the
    border are discussed.
    No. 301. Townsind, C. II. T., 1898.--Un remedio contra "el picudo."< l rr.- o
    de Mexico, ano 5, ppl. "-,1 "7',. June 30.
    Lett er giving formula for a liquid arsenical to be applied to the cotton. Mentions results
    of tests mad at C'uero, Tex


    No. 302. Townsend, C. Ii T., I.. [ El pix'uldw, T1 I 'rfl.row, pp. '2 -, N. memberr 11, aQ pp, 97 9', \,v9t\xx I i .
    IKeniarks ;it i r<'ti:i+ in <'t<'r<>. Tr\.. o>n ,>+ )ri I -I .I K. Th- history ;in' h-~iits ++f +.he
    W e "v i I fl l o i m m t h o d s I f r +t r e I a n e h *+n : I "++ o f :o r n io a l ,, 'I + r'lj -
    tion .i1' poisonini '. +ih- pik-
    in: up s luar xs d ixtx'+) u'x prints a3i x arly p.I x I. in the faIl, axx prepaiinl the SIxids
    In th, wini 'r for I xhe nxt cr opt,
    No, ; Travi-, P. ', I.l. i'ifcP'e of ie lIoll weev. < iFarm A l{anch, Noltoin Sup-
    ildeient, v-l. 23 N 22. It 23. M;y 2's
    ( oit(>.trit pro u t iLn I t No. :1041. Trrolix ixr I. ()., I'-S (Seec No, 233.)
    " ... i' d'l'tnt, G., IN0.l (' lh rr do ;l;; Inaw'M c* mnmtrxsx do a1l'-' li> lxilri M t: An"r. Soy x *\r, Ain 0 e (bra+.
    Pil -i <+o i sl :!t o dA S o I' til Ko i xlrx xil 'i I I S er-, NX o 1) pp. 211 2 ''9.
    A x+ib< ,i+n 'if the ii ix ii. t 'i' ofI l' e lxul xxx'xr il ;itrl r xii +irk^ on vl.rioii s rrix ilii's. l>;.Ied
    lxxr lv on il'rx I T i n,'- ll'i xu'x y work xxx o+ ,xx o. 31 .
    N.i .i)Oi'. Va,'lle, AlXriido (b] 1!( Exdoiio v h. iiii)d, ix l aln- !-:i 'ro.
    < El' I%'r,'re-o ie Mexi'co, ano 1 I.p 11, ;; >, f, \OAiin'iint 30, Jxj. 515 516,,
    Sa pI tciiMr =.
    TIixe stare's of the weevil are -ix f lr ,11 lifr liixi,,ry ;xirl hixih it, outxinluxI \;i nrIl
    c('x ix 1 ;ii t x i ,t (l I xx I ds ri 1, l xxll i t x*" II'. il iii M exico ix x xV i1i \ ii i S
    r1x ii + + 'l. I 'xv i -ix i+ xr xx, ji ++q t

    No..i,7. W\ xlxlxr, .i .1. 19)3. Iln}rx[>r(> i('ii nt ofi x ttii l4y -'xby t wed 'xdtioni. 'iiY k.
    IU. S, IQWpt. Ayr for ha 110, pp :>1s ;S.
    Ini-i r i,- on the rxt'itix e exhint oi f injury o y le li, wx ',il kx s x! w ;troi, of Io'f yp-
    timil ro[tOil.

    No. P-" Nive xl 'r, -. J1., 19013.1 lIrc ilini cottxix rtxo i-it to 1 ll weevil. I'rc.
    2 x, x Anin. S ,<-. TI x. ('nHi,. .' ixi v pp. *-7 ;!1.
    Advi<.e rn^-.ardin!.: th(, inpnnr+ lL.'rHa i+f f'on it+ ++ r + ++u,+ *sU;'.+ o Ui+ r it va;ri(,i+ I-s \hInch
    ar s mwhaI t rexsim to ( t[ili b I ll x xlc iy 1x i'l'

    No. 309. W'ebster, I M 1903 -Mexiia xii v i ll1 weevil I'r.ix. Firmer, vol.
    7., No. ti6, ppi 6, 11. 7 ti .-, N' vexi, i r 12.
    I t ry of '.ry f l iox i}i lixh ; Ip, r f. x it ii lxii on nri a i] pI cr.i ce
    in T x lost. \xork oI the I*. S, l | xrxl i \ 'c iilt 're.

    No. 310. WeiKs. Sir, and Iln.0u, S E., jr., l(M It.iiM on ImrobIal W41xx of boll
    eevxil in 1ouiianIi andi Mian i ippi. Weevil ix\v. Slrevex[)ort. hi. 'ir 2. ro. p. Or It (p I'ns j + i im., pp 51 -'6.
    IlrSqu It on an i\i oHx xx I' i o .f x'n x xini3 in lxh x o ,li w ++,i] inf," I xr t'* of
    Tlxxx i ix,'rxifr rr iinicn+ + c llturalI syst+ni.",

    No. 311. WIfttwxrth, V. i., 191I. 1,11ll weevil Ufaet.< Texas SRti kiiani & F[arimer,
    vol. 2, No. 32, p. 7, July I I.
    lin+ off Ir opinion i boll w611ia i- r >' i ;' o ; i, p i t. -, o t
    C tl t i. f worm tl< xr(:i o ill i i.' xkIn xrn x in \..[iio x '' S o

    No+. 'i W,,ihxxhlr, \\'. M\I l'().1t. in the pupl x ion of ixx -l ;i i i th, i i.' t-i' iilit >* of xxi tab-
    li xhix ii.,' Ih i alexh 'ix xiiq d i klx hli. oxr ,+ (+in i ,x xx il im ii ii,+ l nit+i. Statxx +
    Scien e, n o. vol. 20i, pp. 1"i *Ix. th atc.r 5.

    t io I 'xx ix l ( oi+nr o( hx l '< o( t i ki l + I ., ,i i ,t llr i ( cs Mhaxt
    fhinst++ sci+,. can: no+t b+ r+..d+-}l:+-ja in thu ['mtr I ."++-'IC *'*;ioo .^fn+ly+

    No. J313 Wlhxx'hr, W. M., 1!9)010 S>ni, furhlr A xiii.mxi i- '- 1 1 it V ', It 2
    weevil a;nt.<''' i, II !. v, l x i 0, pp. 7l( 7,,1 l+. x *ee iflxxer 2.
    X iA i+rthrr*i.+rx lxii ( hI ix rolxai ii y o( i.r . ofht kL-ep in thi
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