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LIBRARY
STATE PLANT BOARD


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IS
Issued May 20,1904).
CIRCULAR No. 76, REVISED TO MAY 1, 1909.

SUnited States Department of Agriculture,
A-
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY,
L. 0. HOWARD, Entomologist and Chief of Bureau.


LIST OF PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU OF
ENTOMOLOGY.
Compiled by MABEL COLCORD, Librarian.

There has been a demand from librarians, members of this Bureau,
and others interested in entomology for a complete list of the publi-
cations of the Bureau and of those of the Department of Agriculture
in general bearing on the subject and published by members of the
Bureau or under its auspices. To supply this demand the following
.. list has been compiled.
; Applications for the priced publications mentioned in this list
ahi d'o be addressed to the Superintendent of Documents, Government
S Printing Office, Washington, D. C. All remittances should be made
ii payable to him and not to the Department of Agriculture, and should
be sent by postal money order or New York exchange. Currency
may be sent at sender's risk, but postage stamps, foreign money, and
uncertified checks will not be accepted.
The Farmers' Bulletins, circulars, separates, and popular summa-
ries are sent free, on application to the Secretary of Agriculture; but
applications from residents of foreign countries, to whom the price of
these is 6 cents each, including postage, should be made to the Super-
intendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
D. C. No charge is made for postage on documents forwarded to
points in the United States, Guam, Hawaii, Philippine Islands, or
Porto Rico, nor to Canada, Cuba, or Mexico. To other countries the
regular rate of postage is charged, and remittances must cover such
potagea
S Where scientific names of species are given in brackets these do not
Soccer inothe titles of the publications, but are inserted for the conven-
ience of those not familiar with the common names.
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PUBLICATIONS OF BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY.


ANNUAL REPORTS.

[The Division of Entomology was established in 1863 by the appointment of Town-
end Glover as Entomologist. The annual reports of the Entomologist are bound
with those of the Secretary of Agriculture, and for some years have also been issued
in independent form, known as author's editions.
Previous to the establishment of the division, articles of entomological interest
appeared in the agricultural reports of the Patent Office. These articles are indexed
in The General Index of the Agricultural Reports of the Patent Office for 1837-1861,
and of the Depirtment of Agriculture for 1862-1876."a]
Report of the ntomologist for 1863. By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1863. pp. 561-579.) Price 60 cents. Postage 21
cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1864. By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1864. pp. 540-564.) Price 60 cents. Postage 19
cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1865. By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1865. pp. 33-45.) Price 60 cents. Postage 19
cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1866. By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1866. pp. 27-45.) Price 60 cents. Postage 19
cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1867. By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1867. pp. 58-76, figs. [16].) Price 60 cents. Post-
age 15 cents.
[Report of the Entomologist, for 1868.] By Townend Glover. Title: The food and
habits of beetles. (In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1868. pp.
78-117, figs. 183.) Price 60 cents. Postage 17 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1869. By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report


Commissioner of Agriculture for 1869. pp. 60-64.) Price
cents.
Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for 1870.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1870.
Price 65 cents. Postage 18 cents.
Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for 1871.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1871.
Price 55 cents. Postage 14 cents.
Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for 1872.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1872.
Price 55 cents. Postage 14 cents.
Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for 1873.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1873.
Price 40 cents. Postage 13 cents.
Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for 1874.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1874.
Price 40 cents. Postage 13 cents.


Report of the Entomologist for 1875.
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1875.
age 17 cents.


70 cents. Postage 19

By Townend Glover.
pp. 65-91, figs. 60.)

By Townend Glover.
pp. 69-88, figs. 23.)

By Townend Glover.
pp. 112-138, figs. 26.)

By Townend Glover.
pp. 152-169, figs. 10.)

By Townend Glover.
pp. 122-146, figs. 20.)


By Townend Glover. (In Annual Report
pp. 114-140, figs. 63.) Price 60 cents. Post-


a By the Commissioner of Agriculture.
1876. (Now out of print.)
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ANNUAL REPORTS.


Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for i V7,j By Townend fover.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1 Y/669.)
Price 40 cents. Postage 14 cents.
Report of the Entomologist and Curator of the Museum for 1877. By Townend Glover.
(In Annual Report Commissioner of Agriculture for 1877. pp. 89-148, pim. I-V.)
Price 70 cents. Postage 18 cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, August 22, 1879. pp. 5"2+11], pls. 7.
1879. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture
for the year 1878. pp. 207-257, pis. I-VII.) Out of print. Report of (Comrmis-
sioner for 1878. Price 70 cents. Postage 19 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1879. By J. Henry Comstock. (In Annual Report
Commissioner of Agriculture for 1879. pp. 185-348, pls. I-XVI.) Price 90 cents.
Postage 20 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1880. By J. Henry Comstock. pp. iv+235-37-3+iv,
pls. 24. 1881. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Comimissiouer
of Agriculture for 1880.) Out of print. Report of Commissioner for 1880. Price
$1.20. Postage 27 cents.
Report on insects for the year 1881. By J. Henry Comstock. 1882. pp. 22, pls.
XIV-XX. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Department of
Agriculture for the year 1881. pp. 195-214, pis. XIV-XX.) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1882.
pp. viii+167, pis. 20. 1882. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the
Department of Agriculture for the year 1881[-82]. pp. 61-214, pls. I-XX.) Out
of print. Report of Commissioner for 1881 and 1882. Price $1.30. Postage 29
cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the year 1883. pp. v+99-180+
5+[2], pls. 13. 1883. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture for 1883.) Out of print. Report of Commissioner for 1883.
Price 60 cents. Postage 17 cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the year 1884. pp. vii+[l]+-134+
2+ix, pls. 10. 1885. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Department
of Agriculture for the year 1884.) Out of print. Report of Commissioner for 1884.
Price $1. Postage 20 cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the year 1885. pp. vii+1+137
+viii+2, 2 1., pls. 9, 1 map. 1886. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of
the Department of Agriculture for the year 1885.) Out of print. Report of Com-
missioner for 1885. Price 80 cents. Postage 20 cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the year 1886. pp. v+459-592+ix,
pts. 11. 1887. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Department of
Agriculture for the year 1886.) Out of print. Report of Commissioner for 1886.
Price $1. Postage 23 cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the year 1887. pp. vi+48-179+vi,
pis. 8. 1888. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Department of
Agriculture for the year 1887.) Out of print. Report of Commissioner for 1887.
Price $1.20. Postage 23 cents.
Report of the Entomologist, Charles V. Riley, for the year 1888. pp. iv-+-53-144,
pls. 12. 1889. (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Department of
Agriculture for the year 1888.) Out of print. Report of Commissioner for 1888.
Price $1. Postage 23 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for the year 1889. [By C. V. Riley.] pp. iv+331-
361+iii, pls. 6. [1889?] (Author's edition from the Annual Report of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture for the year 1889.) Out of print. Report of Secretary for 1889.
Price 80 cents. Postage 18 cents.
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Report of the Entomologist for 1890. By C. V. Riley. pp. 1+237-264, pls.I-VIL
1891. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1890.) Out of print.
Report of Secretary for 1890. Price $1. Postage 20 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1891. By C. V. Riley. pp. i-iii+231-266+ii. 1892.
(From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1891.) Out of print. Report
of Secretary for 1891. Price $1. Postage 22 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1892. By C. V. Riley. pp. i-iii+153-180+ii, pis.
I-XI I. 1893. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1892.) Out of
print. Report of Secretary for 1892. Price $1. Postage 22 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1893. By C. V. Riley. pp. i-iii+199-226+ii, pls.
I-IV. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1893.) Out of print.
Report of Secretary for 1893. Price 80 cents. Postage 19 cents.
Report of the Entomologist for 1894. By L. 0. Howard. (In Annual Report Secre-
tary of Agriculture in Message and Documents, 1893-1894. pp. 157-159.) Out of
print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1895. By L. 0. Howard. (In Annual Report Secre-
tary of Agriculture in Message and Documents, 1895. pp. 153-157.) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1896. By L. 0. Howard.
pp. i-iii+89-93. 1896. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture in
Message and Documents, 1896.) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1897. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+111-116. 1897.
(From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture [1897].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1898. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iii+17-25. 1898.
(From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture [1898].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1899. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iii +43-52. 1899.
(From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture [1899].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1900. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+27-34. 1900.
(From Annual Reports, Department of Agriculture [1900].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1901. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+141-150. 1901.
(From Annual Reports, Department of Agriculture [1901].) Out of print.
Report of the Acting Entomologist for 1902. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. i-iii+189-207.
(From Annual Reports, Department of Agriculture [1902].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1903. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+227-243. (From
Annual Reports, Department of Agriculture [1903].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1904. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iii+271-289. (From
Annual Reports, Department of Agriculture [1904]. Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1905. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+273-302. (From
Annual Reports, Department of Agriculture [1905].) Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1906. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 36. (From Annual
Reports, Department of Agriculture [1906].) Issued Dec. 22, 1906. Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1907. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 45. (From Annual
Reports, Department of Agriculture [1907].) Issued Jan. 17, 1908. Out of print.
Report of the Entomologist for 1908. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 47. (From Annual
Reports, Department of Agriculture [1908].) Issued Nov. 9, 1908.

BULLETINS, OLD SERIES.

No. 1. Reports of experiments, chiefly with kerosene, upon insects injuriously
affecting the orange tree and the cotton plant, made under the direction of the
Entomologist. pp. 62. 1883. Out of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 62. 1883. Out of print.
Same, third edition, pp. 62. 1885. Out of print.
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No. 2. Reports of observations on the Rocky Mountain locust [ Melanoplus (Caloptenus)
spretus Uhl.] and chinch bug [Blisaus leucopterus Say], together with extracts from
the correspondence of the Division on miscellaneous insects, pp. 36. 1883. Out
of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 36. 1883. Out of print.
No. 3. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Division,
made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 75, pls. 3. 1883. Out of print.
No. 4. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Division,
made under the direction of the Entomologist, together with extracts from corre-
spondence on miscellaneous insects. pp. 102, figs. 4. 1884. Out of print.
No. 5. Descriptions of North American Chalcididte from the collections of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture and of Dr. C. V. Riley, with biological notes. [First
paper.] Together with a list of the described North American species of the family.
By L. 0. Howard. pp. 47. 1885. Out of print.
No. 6. The imported elm leaf-beetle [Galerucella luteola Mill. (Galeruca xanthomnelmna
Schrank)]. Its habits and natural history, and means of counteracting its injuries.
pp. 18, fig. 1, pl. 1. 1885. Out of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 21, fig. 1, pl. 1. 1891. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 7. The Pediculi and Mallophaga affecting man and the lower animals. By
Herbert Osborn. pp. 56, figs. 42. 1891. Price 10 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 8. The periodical Cicada. An account of Cicada septendecim and its tredecim
race, with a chronology of all the broods known. By Charles V. Riley. pp. 46,
figs. 8. 1885. Out of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 46. 1885. Out of print.
No. 9. The mulberry silk-worm; being a manual of instructions in silk culture.
By Charles V. Riley. Sixth revised edition, pp. 65, figs. 29, pls. 2. 1886.
(Eds. 1-5 of Bulletin 9 are the same as "Special Report No. 11, Office of the Sec-
retary.") Out of print.
Same, seventh revised edition, pp. vii+65, figs. 29, pis. 2. 1888. Out of print.
No. 10. Our shade trees and their insect defoliators. Being a consideration of the
four most injurious species which affect the trees of the capital, with means of
destroying them. By Charles V. Riley. pp. 75, figs. 27. 1887. Out of print.
Same, second revised edition, pp. 75, figs. 27. 1888. Out of print.
No. 11. Reports of experiments with various insecticide substances, chiefly upon
insects affecting garden crops, made under the direction of the Entomologist.
pp. 34. 1886. Out of print.
No. 12. Miscellaneous notes on the work of the Division of Entomology for the season
of 1885, prepared by the Entomologist. pp. 46, pl. 1. 1886. Out of print.
No. 13. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 78, figs. 4. 1887. Out
of print.
No. 14. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 62, figs. 2, pl. 1. 1887.
Out of print.
No. 15. The Icerya, or fluted scale, otherwise known as the cottony cushion-scale.
[Reprint of some recent articles by the Entomologist, and of a report from the
agricultural experiment station, University of California.] pp. 40. 1887. Out
of print.
No. 16. The entomological writings of Dr. Alpheus Spring Packard. By Samuel
Henshaw. pp. 49. 1887. Out of print.
No. 17. The chinch bug [Blissus leucopterus Say]: A general summary of its history,
habits, enemies, and of the remedies and preventive to be used against it. By
L. 0. Howard. pp. 48, figs. 10. 1888. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
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PUBLICATIONS OF BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY.


No. 18. The life and entomological work of the late Townend Glover. By Charles
Richards Dodge. pp. 68, figs. 5, pl. 1. 1888. Out of print.
No. 19. An enumeration of the published synopses, catalogues, and lists of North
American insects; together with other information intended to assist the student
of American entomology. By E. A. Schwarz. pp. 77. 1888. Out of print.
No. 20. The root-knot disease of the peach, orange, and other plants in Florida, due
to the work of Anguillula. By J. C. Neal. pp. 31, pis. 21. 1889. Out of print.
No. 21. Report of a trip to Australia, made under the direction of the Entomologist
to investigate the natural enemies of the fluted scale [Icerya purchasi Mask.]. By
Albert Koebele. pp. 32, figs. 16. 1890. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 32, figs. 16. 1890. Out of print.
No. 22. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 110, figs. 2. 1890. Price
10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 23. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 83. 1891. Out of print.
No. 24. The bollworm of cotton [Heliothis obsoleta Fab. (H. armigera Hiibn.)]. A
report of progress in a supplementary investigation of this insect. By F. W. Mally.
pp. 50, figs. 2. 1891. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 25. Destructive locusts. A popular consideration of a few of the more injurious
locusts (or "grasshoppers") of the United States, together with the best means of
destroying them. By C. V. Riley. pp. 62, figs. 11, pis. 12, map 1. 1891. Price
15 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 26. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 95. 1892. Out of print.
No. 27. Reports on the damage by destructive locusts during the season of 1891,
made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 64. 1892. Out of print.
No. 28. The more destructive locusts of America north of Mexico. By Lawrence
Bruner. pp. 40, figs. 21. 1893. Out of print.
No. 29. Report on the boll worm of cotton [Heliothis obsoleta Fab. (H. armiger
Hiibn.)]. By F. W. Mally. pp. 73, pls. 2. 1893. Price 5 cents. Postage 3
cents.
No. 30. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 67. 1893. Out of print.
No. 31. Catalogue of the exhibit of economic entomology at the World's Columbian
Exposition, Chicago, Ill., 1893, made under the direction of the Entomologist.
pp. 121. 1893. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 32. Reports of observations and experiments in the practical work of the Divi-
sion, made under the direction of the Entomologist. pp. 59. 1894. Out of print.
No. 33. Legislation against injurious insects; a compilation of the laws and regula-
tions in the United States and British Columbia. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 46.
1895. Out of print.
BULLETINS, NEW SERIES.

No. 1. The honey bee: A manual of instruction in apiculture. By Frank Benton.
pp. 118, figs. 76, pls. 11. 1896. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 118, figs. 76, pls. 12. 1896. Out of print.
Same, third edition, pp. 118, figs. 76, pls. 12. 1899. Price 15 cents. Postage 5
cents.
Same, 54th Cong., 1st sess., H. Doc. 359, serial No. 3435.
No. 2. Proceedings of the seventh annual meeting of the Association of Economic
Entomologists. pp. 100, fig. 1. 1895. Out of print.
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No. 3. The San Jose scale [Aspidiotus perniciosus Comst.]: Its occurrences in the
United States, with a full account of its life history and the remedies to be used
against it. By L. 0. Howard and C. L. Marlatt. pp. 80, figs. 8. 1896. Price
10 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 4. The principal household insects of the United States. By L. 0. Howard
and C. L. Marlatt. With a chapter on insects affecting dry vegetable foods. By
F. H. Chittenden. pp. 130, figs. 64. 1896. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 131, figs. 64. 1902 [1889]. Price 10 cents. Postage
5 cents.
No. 5. Insects affecting domestic animals: An account of the species ,,:f mc.
..- T r"ng on other animals.
By Herbert Osbomrn. pp. 302, figs. 170, pis. 5. 1896. Price 20 cents. Postage
10 cents.
No. 6. Proceedings of the eighth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
Entomologists. pp. 100, figs. 5. 1896. Out of print.
No. 7. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Division of Entomology. Pre-
pared under the direction of L. 0. Howard, Entomologist. pp. 87, figs. 44. 1897.
Price 10 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 8. Some little-known insects affecting stored vegetable products: A collection of
articles detailing certain original observations made uppn insects of this class. 1Iy
F. H. Chittenden. pp. 45, figs. 10. 1897. Out of print.
No. 9. Proceedings of the ninth annual meeting of the Association of Economic Ento-
mologists. pp. 87, figs. 2. 1897. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 10. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Division of Entomology. Pre-
pared under the direction of L. 0. Howard, Entomologist. pp. 99, figs. 19. 1898.
Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 11. The gipsy moth in America: A summary account of the introduction and
spread of Porthetria dispar in Massachusetts and of the efforts made by the State
to repress and exterminate it. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 39, figs. 8. 1897. Price
5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 12. The San Jose scale [Aspidiotus perniciosus Comst.] in 1896-1897. By L. 0.
Howard. pp. 31, fig. 1. 1898. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 13. Recent laws against injurious insects in North America, together with the
laws relating to foul brood. Compiled by L. 0. Howard. pp. 68. 1898. Price
5 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 14. The periodical Cicada: An account of Cicada septendecim, its natural ene-
mies, and the means of preventing its injury, together with a summary of the distri-
bution of the different broods. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 148, figs. 57, pls. 3. 1898.
Price 15 cents. Postage 6 cents.
No. 15. The chinch bug [Blissus leucopterus Say]: Its probable origin and diffusion,
its habits and development, natural checks and remedial and preventive measures,
with mention of the habits of an allied European species. By F. M. Webster. pp.
82, figs. 19. 1898. Out of print.
No. 16. The Hessian fly [Mayetiola (Cecidomyia) destructor Say] in the United States.
By Herbert Osborn. pp. 57, figs. 8, pls. 2, map 1. 1898. Price 10 cents. Postage
3 cents.
No. 17. Proceedings of the tenth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
Entomologists. pp. 104, figs. 4. 1898. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 18. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Division of Entomology. III.
Prepared under the direction of L. 0. Howard, Entomologist. pp. 101, figs. 17.
1898. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
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No. 19. Some insects injurious to garden and orchard crops. A series of articles deal-
ing with insects of this class. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 99, figs. 20. 1899. Out
of print.
No. 20. Proceedings of the eleventh annual meeting of the Association of Economic
Entomologists. pp. 111, figs. 4. 1899. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 21. Preliminary report on the insect enemies of forests in the Northwest. An
account of the results gained from a reconnaissance trip made in the spring and early
summer of 1899. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 27. 1899. Out of print.
No. 22. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Division of Entomology. IV.
Prepared under the direction of L. 0. Howard, 'Entomologist. pp. 109, figs. 28.
1900. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 23. Some insects injurious to garden crops. A series of articles dealing with
insects of this class. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 92, figs. 23. 1900. Out of print.
No. 24. [A list of works on North American entomology. Compiled . by
Nathan Banks. pp. 95. 1900. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents. i
No. 25. Notes on the mosquitoes of the United States: Giving some account of their
structure and biology, with remarks on remedies. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 70, figs.
22. 1900. Price 10 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 26. Proceedings of the twelfth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
Entomologists. pp. 102, pls. 2. 1900. Price 10 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 27. Some insects injurious to the violet, rose, and other ornamental plants. A col-
lection of articles dealing with insects of this class. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 114,
figs. 29, pls. 4. 1901. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 114, figs. 29, pls. 4. 1901. Price 10 cents. Postage 4
cents.
No. 28. Insect enemies of spruce in the Northeast. A popular account of results of
special investigations, with recommendations for preventing losses. . By
A. D. Hopkins. pp. 80, figs. 2, pls. 16. 1901. Price 10 cents. Postage 5 cents.
No. 29. The fall army worm [Laphygmafrugiperda S. & A.] and variegated cutworm
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11. 1901. Price 5 cents. Postage 3 cents. Mt
No. 30. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Division of Entomology. V.
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No. 31. Proceedings of the thirteenth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
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No. 33. Some insects injurious to vegetable crops. A series of articles dealing with
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No. 34. The principal insects liable to be distributed on nursery stock. By Nathan
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No. 39. The culture of the mulberry silkworm [Bombyx mori L.]. By Henrietta Aiken
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No. 40. Proceedings of the fifteenth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
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No. 41. The codling moth [Carpocapsa pomonella L.]. By C. B. Simpson. pp. 105,
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No. 43. A brief account of the principal insect enemies of the sugar beet. By. F. H.
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No. 45. The Mexican cotton boll weevil [Anthonomus grandis Boh.]. By W. D.
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6 cents.
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No. 49. Report on the habits of the kelep, or Gautemalan cotton-boll-weevil ant. By
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No. 51. The Mexican cotton boll weevil [Anthonomus grandis Boh.]. A revision and
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No. 54. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Bureau of Entomology. VIII.
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No. 60. Proceedings of the eighteenth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
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No. 63, Part V. Papers on the cotton boll weevil and related and associated insects.
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No. 63, Part VII. Papers on the cotton boll weevil and related and associated insects.
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No. 64, Part I. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Bureau of Entomology.
IX. The Mexican conchuela in western Texas in 1905 [Pentatoma ligata Say]. By
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No. 64, Part III. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Bureau of Entomology.
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No. 64, Part IV. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Bureau of Entomology.
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1908. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 64, Part V. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Bureau of Entomology.
IX. Insects injurious to the loco weeds. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. ii+33-42,
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No. 65. The tobacco thrips, a new and destructive enemy of shade-grown tobacco
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April 19, 1907. Price 10 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 66, Part I. Some insects injurious to truck crops. The asparagus miner [Agro-
myza simplex Loew]. Notes on the asparagus beetles [Crioceris asparagi L. and C.
12-punctata L.]. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. iv+10, figs. 2. Issued March 16,
1907. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 66, Part II. Some insects injurious to truck crops. The water-cress sowbug [Man-
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No. 66, Part III. Some insects injurious to truck crops. The cranberry spanworm
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Grote]. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. iv+21-32, figs. 6-7. Issued August 31, 1907.
Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 66, Part IV. Some insects injurious to truck crops. The leafhoppers of the sugar
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No. 66, Part V. Some insects injurious to truck crops. The semitropical army worm
[Prodenia eridania Cram.]. By F. H. Chittenden and H. M. Russell. pp. ii+53-70,
figs. 8-11. Issued January 28, 1909. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 67. Proceedings of the nineteenth annual meeting of the Association of Economic
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Postage 5 cents.
No. 68, Part I. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The pear thrips
[Euthrips pyri Daniel]. By Dudley Moulton. pp. iv+16, figs. 8, pls. I-II. Issued
June 10, 1907. Price 10 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 68, Part II. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The spring
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III-IV. Issued July 6, 1907. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 68, Part III. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The trumpet
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cent.
No. 68, Part IV. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The lesser peach
borer [Synanthedon pictipes G. & R.]. By A. A. G(irault. pp. ii+31-48, fig. 10, pl.
VI. Issued October 17, 1907. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 68, Part V. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The lesser apple
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No. 68, Part VI. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. Grape root-
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No. 68, Part VII. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. Demonstration
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cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 68, Part VIII. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The grape-
lea fskeletonizer[Harrisina americana Guer.]. By P. R. Jones. pp. ii+77-90, figs.
12-17. Issued January 20, 1909. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. 68, Part IX. Papers on deciduous fruit insects and insecticides. The peach-tree
barkbeetle [Phleotribus liminaris Harr.]. By H. F. Wilson. pp. iv+91-108, figs.
18-20, pls. X-XI. Issued February 11, 1909. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 69. The chinch bug [Blissus leucopterus Say]. By F. M. Webster. pp. 95, figs.
19. Issued June 21, 1907. Price 15 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 70. Reports of the meeting of inspectors of apiaries, San Antonio, Tex., November
12, 1906. pp. 79, pl. 1. Issued June 17, 1907. Price 15 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 71. The periodical cicada [Tibicen septendecim L.]. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 181,
front., figs. 68, pls. 6. Issued July 18, 1907. Price 40 cents. Postage 9 cents.
No. 72. Information concerning the North American fever tick [Margaropus (Boophil-
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Hooker. pp. 87, figs. 13, pls. 4. Issued November 2, 1907. Price 15 cents. Post-
age 4 cents.
No. 73. Studies of parasites of the cotton boll weevil [Anthonomus grandis Boh.]. By 1
W. Dwight Pierce. pp. 63, figs. 6, pls. 3. Issued January 21, 1908. Price 10
cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 74. Some factors in the natural control of the Mexican cotton boll weevil [Antho-
nomus grandis Boh.]. By W. E. Hinds. pp. 79, figs. 2, pis. 4. Issued December
14, 1907. Price 15 cents. Postage 4 cents.
No. 75, Part I. Miscellaneous papers on apiculture. Production and care of extracted
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No. 75, Part II. Miscellaneous papers on apiculture. Wax moths [Galleria mellonella
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Price 15 cents. Postage 2 cents.
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No. 76. Fumigation for the citrus white fly, as adapted to Florida conditions. By ,
A. W. Morrill. pp. 73, figs. 11, pls. 7. Issued October 31, 1908. Price 15 cents. iJ
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No. 77. (In preparation.)
No. 78. Economic loss to the people of the United States through insects that carry
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[NoTE.-This series is described as "a miscellaneous and indifferent series, hardly
worthy to be entitled to the dignity of being considered publications." The whole
number exceeded 40, nearly all being circular letters, of which No.s. 1, 18, and 22 are
the only ones known to exist.]
No. 1. [Relating to silk-worm eggs.] n. d. (Circ.) Out of print.
No. 18. [Establishment of the branch of economic ornithology.] July 1, 1885. (Circ.)
Out of print.
No. 22. [Bee culture.] July 28, 1885. WCirc.) Out of print.

CIRCULARS, SECOND SERIES.

No. 1. Condensed information concerning some of the more important insecticides.
pp. 7. May, 1891. Out of print.
No. 2. The hop plant-louse [Phorodon hum uli Schr.] and the remedies to be used
against it. pp. 7, figs. 5, pl. 1. June, 1891.
Same, new edition, pp. 7, figs. 5, pl. 1. August, 1899.
( No. 3. An important enemy to fruit trees. The San Jose scale [Aspidiolus perniciosus
Comst.]: Its appearance in the eastern United States; measures to be taken to
prevent its spread and to destroy it. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 10, figs. 5. April 4,
1893. Out of print.
No. 4. The army worm (Leucania unipuncta Haw.). By L. 0. Howard. pp. 5,
figs. 3. June 16, 1894.
No. 5. The carpet beetle or "buffalo moth" (Anthrenus scrophularia3 L.). By L. 0.
Howard. pp. 4, fig. 1. September 8, 1894. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 4, fig. 1. Issued August 10, 1908.
No. 6. The Mexican cotton-boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis Boh.). By L. O."
Howard. pp. 5, figs. 3. April 2, 1895.
Same, Spanish edition, pp. 6, figs. 2.
No. 7. The pear-ttee.psy-l.-,Psya-p oia-Foemt. -By'-,. L. MailaU,.- .p .8,
figs. May 1, 1895.
No. 8. The imported elm leaf-beetle (Galerucella luteola Mliil.; Galeruca xanthomelsena
Schrank). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4, fig. 1. May 23, 1895. Out of print.
SSame, revised edition, pp. 6, fig. 1. Issued September 22, 1908.
No. 9. Cankerworms [Paleacrita vernala Peck and Alsophila (Anisopteryx) pometaria
Harr.]. By D. W. Coquillett. pp. 4, figs. 4. May 24, 1895.
No. 10. The Harlequin cabbage bug, or calico back (Murgantia histrionica Hahn).
By L. 0. Howard. pp. 2, fig. 1. May 24, 1895. Out of print. (Superseded by
No. 103.)
No. 11. The rose chafer [Macrodactylus subspinosus Fab.]. By F. H. Chittenden.
pp. 4, fig. 1. May 21, 1895.
No. 12. The Hessian fly (Cecidomyia destructor Say). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4.
July 26, 1895. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 4. April 13, 1900. Out of print. (Superseded by
No. 70.)
No. 13. Mosquitoes and fleas. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 4. February 1, 1896. Out
of print.
Same, revised edition. November 15, 1897. Out of print. (Superseded in part by
No. 108.)
No. 14. (RH a d. .A&, .on-boll weevil (Anthonomus qrandis
oy. By L. 0.Howard pp. 8, figs. 5. February'S7 Off F oprint.
Same, Spanish edition, pp. 8, figs. 5. May 18, 1896. Out of print.
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No. 15. General work against insects which defoliate shade trees in cities and towns.
By L. 0. Howard. pp. 4. March 6, 1896. (In advance from an article entitled
"The shade-tree insect problem in the eastern United States," to be published in
the Yearbook of the Department for 1895.) Out of print.
No. 16. The larger corn stalk-borer (Diatrea saccharalis Fab.). By L. 0. Howard.
pp. 3, figs. 3. August 13, 1896.
No. 17. The peach-tree borer (Sannina exitiosa Say). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4,
fig. 1. September 30, 1896. Out of print. (Superseded by No. 54.)
No. 18. (Revision of No. 14.) The Mexican cotton-boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis
Boh.). By L. 0. Howard. pp. 8, figs. 5. February 4, 1897.
Same, Spanish edition, pp. 10. Out of print.
Same, German edition, pp. 11. Out of print.
No. 19. The clover mite (Bryobia pratensis Garman). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4, fig. 1.
March 5, 1897. Out of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 4, fig. 1. July 19, 1897.
No. 20. The woolly aphis of the apple (Schizoneura lanigera Hausm.). By C. L.
Marlatt. pp. 6, figs. 2. March 15, 1897. Out of print.

No. 21. The strawberry weevil (Anthonomus signatus Say). By F. H. Chittenden.
pp. 7, figs. 4. March 18, 1897. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 10, figs. 5. Issued September 19, 1908.
No. 22. The periodical cicada in 1897. By E. A. Schwarz. pp. 4. May 1, 1897.
No. 23. The buffalo tree-hopper (Ceresa bubalus Fab.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4,
figs. 2. May 10, 1897.
No. 24. The two-lined chestnut borer (Agrilus bilineatus Weber). By F. H. Chitten-
den. pp. 8, fig. 1. July 14, 1897. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 7, fig. 1. Issued January 20, 1909.
No. 25. The ox warble (Hypoderma lineata Villers). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 10,
figs. 10. July 19, 1897.
No. 26. The pear slug (Eriocampoides limacina Retzius). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 7,
figs. 4. August 28, 1897.
No. 27. The Mexican cotton-boll weevil in 1897. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 7. Decem-
ber 31, 1897. Out of print.
No. 28. The box-elder plant-bug (Leptocoris trivittatus Say). By L. 0. Howard.
pp. 3, fig. 1. January 8, 1898.
No. 29. The fruit-tree bark-beetle (Scolytus rugulosus Ratz.). By F. H11. Chittenden.
pp. 8, figs. 5. March 25, 1898. Out of print.
Same, revised edition. March 25, 1903.
No. 30. The periodical cicada in 1898. By E. A. Schwarz. pp. 3. April 1, 1898.
Out of print.
No. 31. The striped cucumber beetle (Diabrotica rittata Fab.). By F. H. Chittenden.
pp. 7, figs. 2. April 26, 1898. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 6, figs. 2. June 9, 1903.
No.. T .. 3" h 11- 7. ,i'.- h trTi t..,T
1898. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 12, figs. 3. August 30, 1902. Out of print.
Same? second revise, pp. 11, figs. 3. April 8, 1905. Out of print.
Same, third revise, pp. 11, figs. 3. Issued December 10, 1907.
No. 33. Remedial work against the Mexican cotton-boll weevil. By L. 0. Howard.
pp. 6. July 1, 1898. (Supplementary to circulars 18 and 27.) Out of print.
No. 34. House ants (Monomorium pharaonis et al.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4,
figs. 3. July 6, 1898. Out of print.
Same, revise, pp. 4, figs. 3. Issued June 12, 1907.
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No. 35. House flies (Musca domestic et al.). By L. 0. Howard. pp. 8, figs. 6.
July 11, 1898. Out of print. (Superseded by No. 71.)
No. 36. The true clothes moths (Tinea pellionella et al.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp.
8, figs. 3. July 18, 1898. Out of print.
Same, revise, pp. 8, figs. 3. Issued January 15, 1908.
No. 37. The use of hydrocyanic-acid gas for fumigating greenhouses and cold frames.
By Albert F. Woods and P. H. Dorsett. pp. 10, figs. 3. January 10, 1899. Out
of print.
Same, corrected print. (Compare page 8.) pp. 10, figs. 3. January 10, 1899. Out
of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 10, figs. 3. October 2, 1903. Out of print.
Same, second revise, pp. 11, figs. 3. Issued April 3, 1908.
No. 38. The squash-vine borer (Melittia salyriniformis Hbn.). By F. H. Chittenden.
pp. 6, figs. 2. April 22, 1899. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 6, figs. 2. November 19, 1903. Out of print.
Same, second revise, pp. 6, figs. 2. Issued September 3, 1908.
No. 39. The common squash bug (Anasa tristis De G.I. By F. H. Chittenden. pp.
5, figs. 3. May 5, 1899. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 5, figs. 3. March 23, 1905. Out of print.
Same, second revise, pp. 5, figs. 3. Issued July 28, 1908.
No. 40. How to distinguish the different mosquitoes of North America. By L. 0.
Howard (with synoptical tables of the North American mosquitoes; by D. W.
Coquillett). pp. 8, figs. 3. February 20, 1900. Out of print.
Same, second print, pp. 8, figs. 3. [1901.] Out of print.
No. 41. Regulations of foreign governments regarding importation of American
plants, trees, and fruits. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 4. August 24, 1900.
No. 42. How to control the San Jose scale. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 6. October 22,
1900. Out of print.
Same, revised, pp. 6. May 17, 1902. Out of print.
Same, second edition. May 26, 1902. Out of print.
Same, third edition. April 6, 1903. Out of print.
Same, fourth edition, pp. 8. March 10, 1906. Out of print.
1%Samze, fifth edition, pp. 7. 1909.
No. 43. The destructive green pea louse (Nectarophora destructor Johns.). By F. H.
Chittenden. pp. 8, figs. 3. May 23, 1901. Out of print.
Same, second edition [entitled "The pea aphis (Macrosiphum pisi Kalt.)"]. pp. 10,
figs. 7. Issued February 25, 1909.
No. 44. The periodical cicada in 1902. By WV. D. Hunter. pp. 4, figs. 2. March
13, 1902. Out of print.
No. 45. A new nomenclature for the broods of the periodical cicada. By C. L. Marlatt.
pp. 8. May 1, 1902. Out of print.
No. 46. Hydrocyanic-acid gas against household insects. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 6.
June 22, 1902. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 7. Issued February 20, 1907. Revised by C. L. Marlatt,
Entomologist and acting chief in absence of chief.
No. 47. The bedbug (Cimex lectularius Linn.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 8, figs. 3.
June 15, 1902. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 8, figs. 3. Issued February 26, 1907.
No. 48. The house centipede (Scutigera forceps Raf.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4,
figs. 2. June 10, 1902.
No. 49. The silver fish (Lepisma saccharina Linn.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 4, figs. 2.
June 20, 1902.
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No. 50. The white ant (Termes flavipes Koll.). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 8, figs. 4.
June 30, 1902. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 8, figs. 4. Issued January 27, 1908.
No. 51. Cockroaches. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 15, figs. 5. June 23, 1902. Out of
print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 14, figs. 5. Issued June 23, 1908.
No. 52. The lime, sulphur, and salt wash. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 8. February
20, 1903. Out of print.
Same, second edition. March 18, 1904. Out of print.
No. 53. The yellow-winged locust (Camnula pellucida. Scudd.). By C. B. Simp-
son. pp. 3, fig. 1. May 12, 1903.
No. 54. The peach-tree borer (Sannina exitiosa Say). By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 6,
fig. 1. October 19, 1903.
No. 55. Powder-post injury to seasoned wood products. By A. D. Hopkins. pp.
5, fig. 1. November 20, 1903.
No. 56. The most important step in the cultural system of controlling the boll weevil.
ByW.D. Hunter. pp.7. October10,1904. Outof print. (SupersededbyNo.95.)
No. 57. The greenhouse white fly Qju rlo.tL r.9 % apa. ....
MoilTT-- pp. 9, fig. 1. February 15, 1905.
No. 58. Report on the gypsy moth and the brown-tail moth, July, 1904. By C. L.
Marlatt. pp. 12, pl. 1, map 1. March 21, 1905. Out of print.
No. 59. The corn root-worms. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 8, figs. 3. March 23,
1905.
No. 60. The imported cabbage worm (Pontia rap. Linn.). By F. H. Chittenden.
pp. 8, figs. 6. April 28, 1905.
No. 61. Black check in western hemlock. By H. E. Burke. pp. 10, figs. 5. May
24, 1905.
No. 62. The cabbage hair-worm. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 6, fig. 1. May 17,
1905. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 6, fig. 1. Issued July 28, 1908.
No. 63. Root-maggots and how to control them. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 7, figs. 5.
June 6, 1905. Out of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 7, figs. 5. February 12, 1906.
No. 64. The ratta y-ir -mla D h_.,'F_--: .a -

Sanders. pp. 6, figs. 4. September 7, 1905.
No. 65. The cotton red spider (Tetranychus gloveri Bks.). By E. S. G. Titus. pp. 5,
figs. 2. October 30, 1905.
No. 66. The joint-worm (Isosoma trilici Fitch). By F. M. Webster. pp. 5, figs. 5.
October 20, 1905. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 7, figs. 6. Issued September 21, 1908.
No. 67. The clover root-borer (Hylastinus obscurus Marsham). By F. M. Webster.
pp. 5, figs. 4. December 28, 1905.
No. 68. The tobacco thrips and remedies to prevent "white veins" in wrapper tobacco
(Euthrips nicotianx Hinds). By W. A. Hooker. pp. 5, figs. 2. February 26,
1906.
No. 69. Some insects affecting the production of red clover seed. By F. M. Webster.
pp. 9, figs. 8. April 12, 1906.
No. 70. The Hessian fly (Mayetiola [Cecidomyia] destructor Say). By F. M. Webster.
pp. 16, figs. 16. April 14, 1906.
No. 71. (Revision of Circular No. 35.) House flies (Musca domestic et al.). By
L. 0. Howard. pp. 9, figs. 9. March 27, 1906. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 10, figs. 9. September 21, 1906.
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No. 72. Key;,taLkw n J iarvfl "ttflitt ito.f the United States. By ILans.o
G. Dyar. pp. 6, fig. 1. April 27, 1906.
No. 73. The plum curculio (Conotrachelus nenuphar Herbst). By Fred Johnson and
A. A. Girault. pp. 10, figs. 5. April 14, 1906.
No. 74. The periodical cicada in 1906. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 5, figs. 3. April Ifi,
1906.
%No. 75. Requirements to be complied with by nurserymen or others who make
interstate shipments of nursery stock. By A. F. Burgess. pp. 6. July 5, 1906.
Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 7. Issued July 24, 1908.
No. 76. List of publications of the Bureau of Entomology. Compiled by Mabel
Colcord. pp. 21. September 24, 1906. Out of print.
Same, revised to March 1, 1908. pp. 28. Out of print.
Same, revised to May 1, 1909, pp. 29.
No. 77. Harvest mites, or chiggerss." By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 6, figs. 3. Sep-
tember 29, 1906.
No. 78. The slender seed-corn ground-beetle (Clivina impress-ifrons Lee.). By
F. M. Webster. pp. 5, figs. 2. October 4, 1906.
No. 79. The brood diseases of bees. By E. F. Phillips. pp. 5. October 3, 1906.
No. 80. The melon aphis (Aphis gossypii Glov.). By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 16,
figs. 6. November 14, 1906.
No.8. The apdes affecting the apple. By A:. .Q'iaint ice. pp. 10, figa...8...
Issued March 9, 1907.
No. 82. Pinhole injury to girdled cypress in the South Atlantic and Gulf States.
By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 4, fig. 1. Issued January 2, 1907.
No. 83. The locust borer [Cyllene robinix Forst.] and methods for its control. By
A. D. Hopkins. pp. 8, figs. 4. Issued February 19, 1907.
No. 84. The grasshopper problem and alfalfa culture. By F. M. Webster. pp. 10,
figs. 8. Issued April 6, 1907.
No. 85. The spring grain-aphis (Toxoptera graminum Rond.). By F. M. Webster.
pp. 7, figs. 3. Issued March 29, 1907. (See also No. 93.)
No. 86. The corn leaf-aphis [Aphis maidis Fitch] and corn root-aphis [Aphis maidi-
radicis Forbes]. By F. M. Webster. pp. 13, figs. 4. Issued May 6, 1907.
N.ID 9.--The Colorado-potato beetle- t 'ptinotars-decemlineata Say': -By F... H; Chit- ...
tenden. pp. 15, figs. 6. Issued June 3, 1907.
No-.'SyThn iphi s&ale (Eu~ntliffI 'mPC ^ JRytJ_ G.. Sanders.
pp. 4, figs. 3. Issued May 14, 1907.
No. 89. The periodical cicada in 1907 (Tibicen septendecim L., race tredecimn Walsh-
Riley). By C. L. Marlatt. jpp. 4, figs. 3. Issued May 14, 1907.
SNo. 9Q, f weevil [Pissodes strobiPeck]. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 8, figs.
6. Issued June 18, 1907.
No. 91. Note on the occurrence of the North American fever tick [Margaropus (Boophi-
lus) annulatus Say] on sheep. By W. D. Hunter. pp. 3. Issued July 3, 1907.
No. 92. Mites and lice on poultry. By Nathan Banks. pp. 88, figs. 6. Issued
September 25, 1907.
No. 93. The spring grain-aphis or so-called "green bug" (Toxoptera graminum Rond.).
By F. M. Webster. pp. 18, figs. 7. Issued August 22, 1907.
No. 94. The cause of American foul brood [Bacillus larva]. By G. F. White. pp. 4.
Issued July 29, 1907.
No. 95. (Revision of Circular No. 56.) The most important step in the control of the
bollweevil[Anthonomusgrandis Boh.]. By W.D.Hunter. pp.8. Issued October
3, 1907. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 8. Issued September 21, 1908.
Same, French edition, pp. 11. Issued January 21, 1909.
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No. 96. The catalpa sphinx (Ceratomia catalpe Bdv.). By L. 0. Howard and F.H.
Chittenden. pp. 7, figs. 2. Issued December 16, 1907.
No. 97. The bagworm (Thyridopteryx ephmereformis Haw.). By L. 0. Howard and
F. H. Chittenden. pp. 10, figs, 11. Issued February 6, 1908.
%jNo. 98. The apple-tree tent caterpillar (Malacosoma americana Fab.). By A. L.
Quaintance. pp. 8, figs. 4. Issued January 28, 1908.
No. 99. The nut weevils.a By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 15, figs. 14. Issued March 6,
1908.
No. 100. (In preparation.)
No. 101. The apple maggot or" railroad worm" (Rhagoletis [ Trypeta] pomonella Walsh).
By A. L. Quaintance. pp. 12, figs. 2. Issued May 4, 1908.
No. 102. The asparagus beetles. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 12, figs. 7. Issued
May 20, 1908.
No. 103. The harlequin cabbage bug (Murgantia histrionic Hahn). By F. H. Chit-
tenden. pp. 10, fig. 1. Issued June 20, 1908.
No. 104. The common red said .... -" r
tenden. pp. 11, figs. 4. Issued January 26, 1909.
No. 105. The rose slugs. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 12, figs. 5. Issued October 5,
1908.
No. 106. (In preparation.)
No. 107. What can be done in destroying the cotton boll weevil during the winter.
By W. D. Hunter. pp. 4. Issued January 12, 1909.
No. 108. House fleas. By L. 0. Howard. pp.4, figs. 2. Issued February 11, 1909.

TECHNICAL SERIES.

No. 1. Revision of the Aphelininte of North America, a subfamily of hymenopterous
parasites of the family Chalcidide. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 44, figs. 14. 1895.
Out of print. r
No. 2. The grass and grain joint-worm flies and their allies: A consideration of some
North American phytophagic Eurytominae. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 24, figs. 10.
1896. Out of print.
No. 3. Revision of the Nematinoe of North America, a subfamily of leaf-feeding
Hymenoptera of the family Tenthredinide. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 135, figs. 10,
pl. 1. 1896. Out of print.
No. 4. Some Mexican and Japanese injurious insects liable to be introduced into the
United States. pp. 56, figs. 6. 1896. Out of print.
No. 5. A study in insect parasitism: A consideration of the parasites of the white-
marked tussock moth [Hemerocampa (Orgyia) leucostigma S. & A.], with an account
of their habits and interrelations, and with descriptions of new species. By L. 0.
Howard. pp. 57, figs. 24. 1897. Out of print.
No. 6. The San Jose scale [Aspidiotus perniciosus Comst.] and its nearest allies. A
brief consideration of the characters which distinguish these closely related scale
insects. By T. D. A. Cockerell. pp. 31, figs. 15. 1897. Out of print.
No. 7. Revision of the Tachinidee of America north of Mexico. A family of parasitic
two-winged insects, pp. 156. 1897. (Corrected index issued December, 1897.)
Price 10 cents. Postage 7 centl
No. 8. Contributions to a monograph FthwAmBeriearemld.. ByA:..-f "f-
tancc. The red opic- sB a
NftthewB^nkcr--pyhO7B, figa 16,. pI&L. AOOB- rer~eBS"''VSgVWS
a Reprinted from Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture for 1904. pp. 299-310,
pis. XXVIII-XXX, figs. 17-26.
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No. 9.. The life history of two species of plant-lice [Hlormaphis hamamelidis Fitch and
Hamamelistes spinosus Shimerl inhabiting both the witch-hazel and birch. By
Theo. Pergande. pp.44, figs. 23. 1901. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 10. The social organization and breeding habits of the cotton-protecting kelep
of Guatemala [Ectatomma tuberculattum 1Oiv.]. By O:-F. Cook. pp. 55. 1905.

No. 11. Lgaification of the mosquitoes of North and Middle America. By D. W.
Coqil4et.fr-p-.p 1,-frg 1. og0.".. Price 5 cents. Poscager 2 rents.
No. 12, .Part I. Min if-df.ll- f-r'r."f re.
By J. G. Sanders. pp. 18. June 5, 1906. Price 10 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 12, Prt I- & Mi huJa aprrn,^.-; nr fdi'ems fitim'nf -he
family Tabanidae. By James S. Hine. pp. iv+19-38, figs. 12. August 29, 1906.
Price 10 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 12, Pi rJ Tltr e1l,.', get0-,b TA rbw f 'et mLTggbf'ne
Thysanoptera of California. By Dudley Moulton. pp. vi+39-68, pis. I-VI.
Issued April 5, 1907. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 12, P aw_.L fY Sapnlmnt, tT.haicJ. -Serie,-.N& 1.- Misceilaneou-papen.
New genera and species of Aphelinin&e, with a revised table of genera. By L. 0.
Howard. pp. iv+69-88, figs. 13-22. Issued July 12, 1907. Price 5 cents. Post-
age 1 cent.
No. 12, p art-m. Mi-llT -r--,- .r^ or ,.impor.ta.-al Aeyrodid-m- infesting
economic plants, with description of a new species [Aleyrodes howardi] infesting
the orange. By A. L. Quaintance. pp. iv+89-94, figs. 23-24, pl. VII. Issued
October 21, 1907. Price 5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
No. T2, Par-V Miceallnnns pnpor j. r--f-e-suts fr ois-
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ p "-4 --,,r, T "... 25-30_
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No. l-"art Vii.lMisetlafeous papers. The orange thrips. By Dudley Moulton.
pp. ii+119-122, pl. VIII. Issued February 11, 1909. Price 5 cents. Postage 1
cent.
No. 12, Pa&X.tk. 2 lee1nf p'per". Bi6ologial tumies on three species of
Aphidid.e. By John June Davis. pp. ii+123-168, figs. 31-34. Issued February
20, 1909. Price 10 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 13. ricioi th'' Tglyphidae of the. United States.. By Nath.a Banks.
pp. 34-f m.1'4 '1ff06C.er 64_ Price1Oc cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 14. The bacteria of the apiary, with special reference to bee diseases. By Ger-
shorn Franklin White. pp. 50. Issued November 6, 1906. Price 10 cents.
Postage 3 cents.
No. 15. A. revision of...th.e.xdi.pao or ticks of the.Uitd.A$.t.g-_f.y N.an
Banks. pp. 61, pls. 10. Issued June 6, 1908. Price 15 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 16, Part I "Ni-"AW4Wn of.
SBiC.y C. L. Marlatt. pp. iii+1-10. Issued April 23, 1908. Price 5 cents.
Postage 1 cent.
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SPECIAL REPORTS.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Prepared by Samuel Henshaw. Part I. The more important writings of Ben-
jamin Dann Walsh. pp.49. 1889. Out of print.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part II. The more important joint writings of B. D. Walsh and C. V. Riley.
pp. 51-96. 1889. Out of print.
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Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part III. The more important writings of Charles Valentine Riley. pp. 97-371.
1889. Out of print.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Index to Parts I, II, and III. pp. 1+373-454. 1890. Out of print.
Same, 51st Cong., 1st sess., H. Mis. Doc. 133, serial No. 2768.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part IV. By Samuel Henshaw. The more important writings of Government
and State entomologists, and of other contributors to the literature of American
economic entomology. A-K. pp. 167. 1895. Out of print.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part V. By Samuel Henshaw. The more important writings of Government and
State entomologists, and of other contributors to the literature of American eco-
nomic entomology. L-Z. pp. 179. 1896. Out of print.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part VI. The more important writings published between June 30, 1888, and
December 30, 1896. Prepared under the direction of the Entomologist, by Nathan
Banks, Assistant. pp. 273. 1898. Out of print.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part VII. The more important writings published between December 31, 1896,
and January 1, 1900. Prepared under the direction of the Entomologist, by Nathan /
Banks, Assistant. pp. 113. 1901. Price, cloth, 20 cents. Postage 3 cents.
Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology.
Part VIII. The more important writings published between December 31, 1899,
and January 1, 1905. Prepared under the direction of the Entomologist, by Nathan t
Banks, Assistant Entomologist. pp. 132. 1905. Price 5 cents. Postage 3 cents.

UNITED STATES ENTOMOLOGICAL COMMISSION.

[Members of the Commission: C. V. Riley, A. S. Packard, and Cyrus Thomas. The
Commission was attached to the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of
the Territories, Department of the Interior, until March 3, 1881. The third report of
the Commission inaugurated its transfer to the Department of Agriculture. Of the
Bulletins, Nos. 1 and 2 were made under direction of the United States Geological
and Geographical Survey of the Territories (Hayden); Nos. 3-7 under direction of the
Interior Department; none was issued under the Agricultural Department.]

BULLETINS.

No. 1. Destruction of the young or unfledged locusts [Melanoplus (Caloptenus) spretus
Uhl.]. pp. 12. 1877. Out of print.
No. 2. On the natural history of the Rocky Mountain locust [Melanoplus (Caloptenus)
spretus Uhl.], and on the habits of the young or unfledged insects as they occur in
the more fertile country in which they will hatch the present year. pp. 14, figs. 10,
map 1. 1877. Out of print.
No. 3. The cotton worm [Alabama (Aletia) argillacea Hiibn.]. Summary of its natural
history, with an account of its enemies, and the best means of controlling it; being
a report of progress of the work of the Commission. By C. V. Riley. pp. 144, figs.
84, pl. 1. 1880. Out of print.
No. 4. The Hessian fly [Mayetiola (Cecidomyia) destructor Say]. Its ravages, habits,
enemies, and means of preventing its increase. By A. S. Packard. pp. 43, fig. 1,
pls. 2, map 1. 1880. Out of print.
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No. 5. The chinch-bug [Blissus leucopterus SayJ. Its history, characters, and habits,
and the means of destroying it or counteracting its injuries. By Cyrus Thomas.
pp. 44, figs. 10, map 1. 1879. Out of print.
No. 6. General index and supplement to the nine reports on the insects of Missouri.
By Charles V. Riley. pp. 177. 1881. Out of print.
No. 7. Insects injurious to forest and shade trees. By A. S. Packard. pp. 275, figs.
100. 1881. Out of print.
REPORTS.

First annual report, for the year 1877, relating to the Rocky Mountain locust [Melano-
plus (Caloptenus) spretus Uhl.] and the best methods of preventing its injuries and
of guarding against its invasions, in pursuance of an appropriation made by (Congrrss
for this purpose. With maps and illustrations, pp. xvi+477+294, figs. 111, pls. 5,
maps 2. 1878. Out of print.
Second report, for the years 1878 and 1879, relating to the Rocky Mountain locust
[Melanoplus (Caloptenus) spretus Uhl.] and the western cricket [Anabrus simplex
Hald.], and treating of the best means of subduing the locust in its permanent breed-
ing grounds, with a view of preventing its migrations into the more fertile portions
of the trans-Mississippi country, in pursuance of appropriations made by Congress
for this purpose. With maps and illustrations, pp. xviii+322+80, figs. 10, pls. 17,
maps 7. 1880. Out of print.
Third report, relating to the Rocky), Mountain locust, the western cricket, the army),
worm, canker worms, and the Hessian fly, together with descriptions of larvae of
injurious forest insects, studies of embryological development of the locust and of
other insects, and on the systematic position of the Orthoptera in relation to other
orders of insects. With maps and illustrations, pp. xiv+347+12+92, figs. 14,
pls. 64, maps 3. 1883. Price, cloth, $1. Postage 20 cents.
Same, 47th Cong., 2d sess., H. Mis. Doc. 44, serial No. 2154.
Fourth report, being a revised edition of Bulletin No. 3, and the final report, on the
cotton worm [Alabama (Alelia) argillacea], together with a chapter on the boll worm
[Heliothis obsoleta Fab. (H. armigera Hiibn.)]. By Charles V. Riley. With maps
and illustrations, pp. xxxviii+399+147, figs. 45, pis. 64, maps 2. 1883.
Same, 48th Cong., 2d sess., H. Mis. Doc. 39, serial No. 2325. Price $1.25. Postage
22 cents.
Fifth report, being a revised and enlarged edition of Bulletin No. 7, on Insects injurious
to forest and shade trees. By Alpheus S. Packard. pp. viii+--957, figs. 306, pls. 40.
1890. Out of print.
Same, 51st Cong., 1st sess., H. Mis. Doc. 269, serial No. 2800.

INSECT LIFE.

Vol. I, Nos. 1-12, July, 1888, to June, 1889. Devoted to the economy and life habits
of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture, and edited by the Entomologist
and his assistants, pp. xxxii +388, figs. 76. 1888-1889. Out of print.
Vol. II, Nos. 1-12. July, 1889, to June, 1890. Devoted to the economy and life
habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture. Edited by C. V. Riley,
Entomologist, and L. 0. Howard, first assistant, with the assistance of other members
of the divisional force, pp. viii +418, figs. 71. 1889-1890. Out of print.
Vol. III, Nos. 1-12. August, 1890, to August, 1891. Devoted to the economy and life
habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture. Edited by C. V. Riley,
Entomologist, and L. 0. Howard, first assistant, with the assistance of other members
of the divisional force, pp. viii+519, figs. 36, pl. 1. 1891. Out of print.
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Vol. IV, -Nos. 1-12. October, 1891, to August, 1892. Devoted to the economy and life
habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture. Edited by 0. V. Riley,
Entomologist, and L. 0. Howard, first assistant, with the assistance of other members
of the divisional force, pp. viii+441, figs. 77. 1892. Out of print.
Vol. V, Nos. 1-5. September, 1892, to July, 1893. Devoted to the economy and life i
habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture. Edited by C. V. Riley,
Entomologist, and L. 0. Howard, first assistant, with the assistance of other members
of the divisional force, pp. vii+402, figs. 47, pis. 3. 1893. Out of print.
Vol. VI, Nos. 1-5. November, 1893, to August, 1894. Devoted to the economy and
life habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture. Edited by C. V.
Riley, Entomologist, and L. 0. Howard, first assistant, with the assistance of other
members of the divisional force, pp. vi+405, figs. 31. 1904. Out of print.
Vol. VII, Nos. 1-5. September, 1894, to July, 1895. Devoted to the economy and
life habits of insects, especially in their relations to agriculture. Edited by L. 0.
Howard, Entomologist, with the assistance of other members of the divisional force.
pp. v+448, figs. 48. 1895. Out of print.
General index to the seven volumes of Insect Life, 1888-1895. pp. 145. 1897. Out
of print.

FARMERS' BULLETINS RELATING TO ENTOMOLOGY.

No. 7. Spraying fruits for insect pests and fungous diseases, with a special considera-
tion of the subject in its relation to public health, pp. 20. 1892. Out of print.
No. 19. Important insecticides: Directions for their preparation and use. By C. L.
Marlatt. pp. 20. 1894. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 23. 1895. Out of print.
Same, third revised edition, pp. 32. 1897. Out of print.
Same, fourth revised edition. pp. 32. 1898. Out of print. (Superseded by No.
127.)
No. 45. Some insects injurious to stored grain. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 24, figs. 18.
1896. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 24, figs. 18. 1897. Out of print.
No. 47. Insects affecting the cotton plant. By L. 0. Howard. Reprinted with
revision by the author from Bulletin 33, Office of Experiment Stations. pp. 32,
figs. 18. 1897.
No. 59. Bee keeping. By Frank Benton. pp. 32, figs. 19. 1897. Out of print.
Same, revised, pp. 48, figs. 19. 1905.
No. 61. Asparagus culture. By R. B. Handy. pp. 40, figs. 17. 1897. (Insect
enemies. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 34-39, figs. 14-17.)
No. 70. The principal insect enemies of the grape. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 24, figs. 12.
1898. Out of print.
No. 80. The peach twig-borer [Anarsia lineatella Zell.]; an important enemy of stone
fruits. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 16, figs. 5. 1898.
No. 99. Three insect enemies of shade trees. _3-.iL_ Waina] ...-with
Borner aeT1 -,W ,m".. Yearbook of the Department of Agricul-
ture for 1895.) pp. 30, figs. 11. 1899.
No. 120. Thep rinJc-JRi9,..O. .0 Howard. (Re-
prinfe w 'i s ig t revision by the author, from the Yearbook of the Department
of Agriculture for 1898.) pp. 32, figs. 25. 1900.
No.127. Important insecticides: Directions for reparation and use. (A revision
of FENN= B era4,. 1901. Out of
print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 45, figs. 6. August, 1903.
ti qn .~nvl wtowr'~r it4y figs. 7. Aprfl ins.
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No. 130. The Mexican cotton-boll weevil. [Anthonomnusgrandis Boh.] By Frederick
W. Mally. pp. 30, figs. 4. 1901. Out of print.
No. 132. The principal insect enemies of growing wheat. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 40,
figs. 25. 1901.
% No. 145. Carbon bisulphid as an insecticide. By W. E. Hinds, pp. 28. 1902.
No. 146. Insecticides and fungicides: Chemical composition and effectiveness of cer-
tain preparations. By J. K. Haywood. pp. 16. 1902. Out of print.
No. 153. Orchard enemies in the Pacific Northwest. By C. V. Piper. pp. 39, fig. 1.
1902. Out of print.
NQd,155. How insect Lea Jrural district L Howrd. pp. 20,
figs. 16. 1902.
Same, revised edition, pp. 19, figs. 16. Issued May 19, 1908.
No. 163. Methods of controlling the boll weevil. [Advice based on the work of 1902.]
ByW. D. Hunter. pp. 16, figs. 2. 1903. Out of print.
No. 165. Silkworm culture. By Henrietta Aiken Kelly. pp. 32, figs. 16. 1903.
Out of print.
Same, revised edition. [Revised by C. J. Gilliss.] pp. 32, figs. 15. 1903.
No. 171. The control of the codling moth. [Carpocapsa pomonella L.] By C. B.
Simpson. pp. 24, figs. 4. 1903. Out of print.
No, 72-..Scale ainseets and mitea.o citrrus trees.. By C. L. Martatt. pp. 43, figs. 34.
1903.
No. a7jJnfeo ,iinHioi iacraubarayeu1W re. ByJohn'B. Smith. pp. 32, figs. 12.
1903.
No. 189. Information concerning the Mexican cotton boll weevil. By W. D. Hunter.
pp. 29+[2], figs. 8. 1904. Out of print.
No. 191. The cotton bollworm: An account of the insect, with results of experiments
in 1903. By A. L. Quaintance. pp. 24, figs. 7. 1904. Out of print.
%No. 196. Usefulness of the American toad. By. A. H. Kirkland. pp. 16. 1904.
No. 209. Controlling the boll weevil in cotton seed and at ginneries. By W. D. Hun-
ter. pp. 31, fig. 1. 1904.
No. 211. The use of Paris green in controlling the cotton boll weevil. By W. D. Hun-
ter. pp. 23. 1904.
No. 212. The cotton bollworm: Some observations and results of field experiments in
1904. By A. L. Quaintance and F. C. Bishopp. pp. 32, figs. 2. 1905. Out of
print.
No. 216. The control of the boll weevil, including results of recent investigations. By
W. D. Hunter. pp. 32, figs. 5. 1905. Out of print.
No. 217. Essential steps in securing an early crop of cotton. By R. J. Redding.
pp. 16. 1905.
No .223J giacclaneous cotton insect in Texas. ty E. -wig ft, S Thir.,Tpp-?M2,
figs. 29. 1905.
No. 247. The control of the codling moth [Carpocapsa pomonella L.] and apple scab.
By C. L. Marlatt and W. A. Orton. pp. 21, figs. 9. 1906. Out of print.
Same, revised edition, pp. 23, figs. 9. August, 1906. Out of print.
N o. 264. T hbA. h,,w",- ,, 111 ... .. e .... ...
L. 0. Howard. pp. 22, figs. 10. 1906.
NoT275. The ,invm thPorhetria dispar L.] and how. to u ojo, ick.By rn&raw-
ard. pp. 22+ii, figs. 7. Issued JdaM "lrThi'9907.
No. 283. Spraying for apple diseases and the codling moth [Carpocapsa pomonella L.]
in the Ozarks. By W. M. Scott and A. L. Quaintance. pp. 42+ii, figs. 7. Issued
April 29, 1907.
No. 284. Insect and fun ous enemies of the grape east of the Rocky Mountains, By
-A. LCi. 6]uaintance and L.near.- P-8,4 May,4-1t07.
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No. 290. The cotton bollworm [Heliothis obsoleta Fab.]: A summary of its life history
and habits, with some results of investigations in 1905 and 1906. ByF. C. Bishopp
and C. R. Jones. pp. 32, figs. 4. Issued May 10, 1907.
No. 344. The boll weevil problem, with special reference to means of reducing
damage. By W. D. Hunter. pp. 46, figs. 8. Issued January 23, 1909.

REPRINTS FROM YEARBOOKS.

1894.

Some scale insects of the orchard. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iii + 249-276, figs. 26-42.
August, 1895. (Separate No. 12, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The more important insects injurious to stored grain. By F. H. Chittenden. pp.
i-iii+277-294, figs. 43-51. August, 1895. (Separate No. 13, Office of Secretary.)
Out of print.
1895.

The principal insect enemies of the grape. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. 385-404, figs.
94-105. June, 1896. (Separate No. 43, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The shade-tree insect problem in the eastern United States. By L. 0. Howard. pp.
361-384, figs. 83-93. July, 1896. (Separate No. 56, Office of Secretary.) Out of
print.
1896.

Ambrosia beetles. By Henry G. Hubbard. pp. 421-430, figs. 101-107. July, 1897.
(Separate No. 72, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The use of steam apparatus for spraying. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+69-88, figs.
1-15, pls. I-II. June, 1897. (Separate No. 73, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
Insect control in California. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. i-ii+217-236, figs. 51-52, pl. V.
July, 1897. (Separate No. 74, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The asparagus beetles. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. i-ii+341-353, figs. 84-89. June,
1897. (Separate No. 75, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.

1897.

Division of Entomology. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iii+84-89. May, 1898. (Sep-
arate No. 100, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The danger of importing insect pests. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iii+529-552, figs.
25-43. June, 1898. (Separate No. 101, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.

1898.

The principal insects affecting the tobacco plant. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-ii+
121-150, figs. 66-82. May, 1899. (Separate No. 138, Office of Secretary.) Out of
print.
Insects injurious to beans and peas. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. i-ii+233-260, figs.
66-82. May, 1899. (Separate No. 139, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.

1899.

Progress in economic entomology in the United States. By L. 0. Howard. pp.
i-ii+135-156, pl. III. August, 1900. (Separate No. 171, Office of Secretary.)
Out of print.
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1900.

Smyrna fig culture in the United States. By L. 0. Howard. pp. i-iv+79-106, figs.
1-7, pis. I-VIII. July, 1901. (Separate No. 196, Office of Secretary.)
The scale insect and mite enemies of citrus trees. By C. L. Marlatt. pp. i-iv+247-
290, figs. 9-33, pis. XXVI-XXXI. July, 1901. (Separate No. 207, Office of Secre-
tary.) Out of print.
1901.

Insects as carriers and spreaders of disease. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 177-192, figs. 5-20.
May, 1902. (Separate No. 235, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The present status of the Mexican cotton-boll weevil in the United States. By W. D.
Hunter. pp. 369-380, fig. 30. September, 1902. (Separate No. 243, Office of
Secretary.) Out of print.
Experimental work with fungous diseases of grasshoppers. By L. 0. Howard. pp.
459-470, figs. 40-42. (Separate No. 248, Office of Secretary.)

1902.

The San Jose scale; its native home and natural enemy. By C. L. Marlatt. pp.
155-174, figs. 1-3, pis. XII-XVII. June, 1903. (Separate No. 261, Office of
Secretary.)
Some of the principal insect enemies of coniferous forests in the United States. By
A. D. Hopkins. pp. 265-282, figs. 23-32, pis. XVIII-XIX. June, 1903. (Separate
No. 268, Office of Secretary.)
The principal injurious insects in 1902. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 726-733. July,
1903. (Separate No. 299, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.

1903.

The United States Department of Agriculture and silk culture. By L. 0. Howard.
pp. 137-148, pis. VI-X. June, 1904. (Separate No. 313, Office of Secretary.)
The status of the Mexican cotton-boll weevil in the United States in 1903. By W. D.
Hunter. pp. 205-214, fig. 10, pls. XVII-XXI. June, 1904. (Separate No. 316,
Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
Insect injuries to hardwood forest trees. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 313-328, figs. 27-43,
pl. XXXIX. June, 1904. (Separate No. 327, Office of Secretary.)
The principal injurious insects of 1903. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 563-566. June,
1904. (Separate No. 335, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.

1904.

Present status of the cotton-boll weevil in the United States. By W. D. Hunter.
pp. 191-204, fig. 9, pis. VII-VIII. June, 1905. (Separate No. 341, Office of Secre-
tary.) Out of print.
The nut weevils. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 299-310, figs. 17-26, pls. XXVIII-
XXX. July, 1905. (Separate No. 348, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
Insect injuries to forest products. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 381-398, figs. 43-56.
June, 1905. (Separate No. 355, Office of Secretary.)
The annual loss occasioned by destructive insects in the United States. By C. L.
Marlatt. pp. 461-474. June, 1905. (Separate No. 360, Office of Secretary.)
The principal injurious insects of 1904. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 600-605. June,
1905. (Separate No. 368, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
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1905. I
The gypsy and brown-tail moths and their European parasites. By L. 0. Howard. ,
pp. i-iii+123-138, figs. 5, pls. I-II. July, 1906. (Separate No. 373, Office of Secre-
tary.) Out of print. :
Insect enemies of forest reproduction. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. i-iii+249-256, figs. :
61-69. July, 1906. (Separate No. 381, Office of Secretary.)
The principal insect enemies of the peach. By A. L. Quaintance. pp. i-v+325-348,
figs. 82-88, pls. XXVII-XXXIII. July, 1906. (Separate No. 386, Office of Sec-
retary.)
Farm practice in the control of field-crop insects. By F. M. Webster. pp. i-iii+
465-476, figs. 111-112, pls. LIV-LV. July, 1906. (Separate No. 396, Office of Sec-
retary.) Out of print.
The principal injurious insects of 1905. Prepared in the Bureau of Entomology. pp.
628-636. August, 1906. (Separate No. 408, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
1906.
Some recent studies of the Mexican cotton boll weevil. By W. D. Hunter. pp. i-iii
+313-324, fig. 9, pl. XVI. (Separate No. 425, Office of Secretary.)
Lime-sulphur washes for the San Jose scale. By A. L. Quaintance. pp. i-ii+429-
446, figs. 15-16, pls. XXXVII-XXXIX. (Separate No. 433, Office of Secretary.)
The principal injurious insects of 1906.' Prepared in the Bureau of Entomology. pp.
508-517. 1907. (Separate No. 438, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
1907.
Notable depredations by forest insects. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. i-iii+149-164. S
(Separate No. 442, Office of Secretary.)
The value of insect parasitism to the American farmer. By F. M. Webster. pp. i-iv
+237-256, figs. 7-30. (Separate No. 447, Office of Secretary.)
The codling moth or apple worm. By A. L. Quaintance. pp. i-iii+435-450. (Sep-
arate No. 460, Office of Secretary.)
The principal injurious insects of the year 1907. Prepared in the Bureau of Ento-
mology. pp. 541-552. 1908. (Separate No. 472, Office of Secretary.)

YEARBOOK ARTICLES NOT PRINTED SEPARATELY.
Methods of controlling injurious insects, with formulas for insecticides. By C. L.
Marlatt. (In Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture, 1894, Appendix, pp.
572-576.)
Methods of controlling injurious insects. (In Yearbook of the Department of Agricul-
ture, 1895, Appendix, pp. 580-586.)
Methods of controlling injurious insects. (In Yearbook of the Department of Agricul-
ture, 1896, Appendix, pp. 617-619.)
Methods of controlling injurious insects. (In Yearbook of the Department of Agricul-
ture, 1897, Appendix, pp. 635-640.)
Methods of controlling injurious insects. By the Entomologist, L. 0. Howard. (In
Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture, 1898, Appendix, pp. 657-662.)
The principal injurious insects of the year 1899. (In Yearbook of the Department of
Agriculture, 1899, Appendix, pp. 745-748.)
The principal injurious insects of the year 1900. (In Yearbook of the Department of
Agriculture, 1900, Appendix, pp. 725-729.)
The principal injurious and useful insects in 1901. By F. H. Chittenden. (In Year- I.
book of the Department of Agriculture, 1901, Appendix, pp. 674-679.) :
Method of estimating the yield of cotton in the field. By J. C. Crawford. (In Year-
book of the Department of Agriculture, 1904, Appendix, pp. 625-626.) 3
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MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS.

[Publications which originated in the Division of Entomology, but which were pub-
lished in a numbered series of the Secretary's Office or some other office of the Depart-
ment.]
The silkworm; being a brief manual of instruction for production of silk. By C. V.
Riley. pp. 31. 1879. (Special report No. 11, old series, Office of Secretary.)
Out of print.
Same, second edition, pp. 37. 1882. Out of print.
Same, third edition. Out of print.
Same, fourth edition, pp. 37. 1883. Out of print.
Same, fifth edition, pp. 37. 1884. Out of print.
Report upon cotton insects. Prepared under the direction of the Commissioner of
Agriculture in pursuance of an act of Congress approved June, 1878. By J. Henry
Comstock, Entomologist. pp. 511, pis. 3. 1879. Out of print.
Report on insects injurious to sugar cane. By J. Henry Comstock. pp. 11, figs. 3.
1881. (See Special Report No. 35, old series, Division of Statistics.) Out of print.
Catalogue of the exhibit of economic entomology at the World's Industrial and Cotton
Centennial Exposition, New Orleans, 1884-1885. pp. 95. 1884. Out of print.
Insects affecting the orange. Report on the insects affecting the orange and other
plants of the citrus family, with practical suggestions for their control or extermina-
tion. Made under the direction of the Entomologist. ByH. G. Hubbard. pp. 227,
pls.14. 1885. Outof print.
Same, 48th Cong., 2d sess., H. Mis. Doc. 40; serial No. 2326. Out of print.
The insectivorous habits of the English sparrow. By C. V. Riley. pp. 111-113.
1889. (Reprinted from Bulletin No. 1, Division of Ornithology and Mammalogy.
Price 25 cents. Postage 10 cents.) Reprint out of print.
The ox-bot in the United States. By C. V. Riley. pp. 16, figs. 55. 1892. Price
5 cents. Postage 1 cent.
Report on a small collection of insects made during the Death Valley expedition.
By C. V. Riley. List of Diptera from Death Valley, California, and adjoining re-
gions. By S. W. Williston. Hemiptera and Heteroptera of the Death Valley
expedition. By P. R. Uhler. pp. 235-268. 1893. (Reprinted from North
American Fauna, No. 7, Division of Ornithology and Mammalogy.) Out of print.
Studies of parasitic and predaceous insects in New Zealand, Australia, and adjacent
islands. Made by A. Koebele, by permission of the Secretary of Agriculture, at
the request of the California State board of horticulture, pp. 39. 1893. (Report
No. 51, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
Report on the insect food of the crow. By E. A. Schwarz. pp. 57-67. 1895. (Re-
printed from Bulletin No. 6, Division of Biological Survey.) Out of print.
Insects affecting the cotton plant. By L. 0. Howard. pp. 317-350, figs. 9-29, pls.
4. 1896. (Reprinted from Bulletin No. 33, Office of Experiment Stations.) Out
of print. (Reprinted again with revision as Farmers' Bulletin No. 47.)
Proceedings of the national convention for the suppression of insect pests and plant
diseases by legislation. Held at Washington, D. C., March 5 and 6, 1897. Edited
by B. T. Galloway. pp. 31. 1897. (Report No. 57, Office of Secretary.) Out of
print.
Insect enemies of the white pine. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 55-61, figs. 5-15. 1899.
(Reprinted from Bulletin No. 22, Division of Forestry.) Out of print.
Principal insect enemies of the sugar beet. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. i-vi+157-
221, figs. 1-65. 1903. (Reprinted from Report No. 74, Office of Secretary.) Out
of print.
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Insects [of the western hemlock]. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 16-21, pls. VI-VIII.
1902. (In Bulletin No. 33, Division of Forestry.) Price 20 cents. Postage 5 cents.
Insect enemies of the redwood. By A. D. Hopkins. pp. 32-40, figs. 4. 1903. (In
Bulletin No. 38, Part III, Division of Forestry.) Price 20 cents. Postage 5 cents.
Methods of work and some results in forest insect investigations. By A. D. Hopkins.
pp. 180-182. 1904. (Reprinted from Bulletin No. 142, Office of Experiment
Stations. Price 10 cents. Postage 6 cents.) Reprint out of print.
Insects injurious to the basket willow. By F. H. Chittenden. pp. 63-80, figs. 11-27.
1904. (Reprinted from Bulletin No. 46, Bureau of Forestry. Price 15 cents.
Postage 4 cents.) Reprint out of print.
An enemy of the cotton boll weevil. By 0. F. Cook. pp. 7. May 27, 1904. (Re-
port No. 78, Office of Secretary.) Out of print.
The "maple-worm." By Nathan Banks. pp. 21-23. 1905. (In Bulletin No. 59,
Bureau of Forestry.) Price 5 cents. Postage 3 cents.

DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY, SILK SECTION.

[Discontinued June 30, 1891.]

ANNUAL REPORTS.

Report of the chief of the silk section for 1889. By Philip Walker. pp. i-ii, 453-476.
1889. (Reprinted from Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.)
Out of print.
Report of the chief of the silk section for 1890. By Philip Walker. pp. i-ii, 265-276,
pls. 6. 1890. (Reprinted from Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture
for 1890.) Out of print.

MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS.

The silkworm. Being a brief manual of instructions for the production of silk. 1884.
(See Special Report No. 11, old series, Office of Secretary, and Miscellaneous re-
ports, Division of Entomology.) Out of print.

BULLETIN.

No. 1. How to raise silkworms: A brief manual of instructions, abridged from Bulletin
No. 9 of the Division of Entomology. By Philip Walker. pp. 16, figs. 10. 1890.
Out of print.

REPORTS ORIGINATING IN THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
BUT PUBLISHED ONLY AS CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS.

50th Cong., 2d sess., S. Mis. Doc. 29; serial No. 2614. Letter of Commissioner of
Agriculture, transmitting the report of Joseph Neumann of the result of his study
and experiments of the wild native silkworm of California. pp. 5. January 5,
1889. Out of print.
50th Cong., 2d sess., H. Mis. Doc. 135; serial No. 2654. Letter from Commissioner
of Agriculture, transmitting report of women's silk culture association of the United
States for the fiscal year 1888. pp. 4. March 2, 1889. Out of print.
51st Cong., 1st sess., H. Ex. Doc. 110; serial No. 2743. Letter from Secretary of
Agriculture, transmitting reports upon operations of women's silk culture associa-
tion of the United States and of the ladies' silk culture society of California, and
upon experiments made in the District of Columbia with silk-reeling machinery.
pp. 30. January 16, 1890. (Includes also report of Joseph Neumann.) Out of
print.
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51st Cong., 2d sess., H. Ex. Doc. 203; serial No. 2863. Letter from Secretary of Agri-
culture, transmitting statement of all purchases of cocoons and all sales of silk and
silk waste during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890. Also the reports of the
ladies' silk culture society of California and the women's silk culture asHociation
of the United States. pp. 25. January 24, 1891. Out of print.

PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY PREPARED IN
COLLABORATION WITH THE BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY.

BULLETINS.

No. 68. The chemical composition of insecticides and fungicides, with an account of
methods of analysis employed. By J. K. Haywood. pp. 62. 1902. Price 5
cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 76. Insecticide studies. I. Pyrethrum powders containing poisonous metals.
II. A compilation of analyses of insecticides and fungicides. III. State laws
governing the composition and sale of insecticides. By J. K. Haywood. pp. 63.
1903. Price 5 cents. Postage 3 cents.
No. 82. Paris green spraying experiments. By J. K. Haywood. pp. 32, pls. 2.
1904. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.
No. 101. The lime-sulphur-salt wash and its substitutes. By J. K. Haywood. pp.
29. Issued February 28, 1907. Price 5 cents. Postage 2 cents.

CIRCULAR.

No. 10. Methods for the analysis of insecticides and fungicides. By J. K. Haywood.
pp. 8. March 7, 1902.

Approved:
JAMES WILSON,
Secretary of Agriculture.

WASHINGTON, D. C., May 8, 1909.
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