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United States Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Administration
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine


ENTOMOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE (ET) CIRCULARS 151 TO 233

(This list and index include the ET circulars that were issued
from August 1939 to the end of 1946. Three previous lists and in-
dexes for this series have been issued: 1 to 50 in October 1935,
51 to 100 in December 1937, and 101 to 150 in September 1939.)


ET-151. A dust delivery tube for laboratory experiments with con-
tact insecticides. R. A. Fisher. August 1939.

ET-152. A method for testing the value of chemical mixtures as
repellents of the Gulf Coast tick. A. L. Brody.
October 1939.

ET-153. A portable wind-direction recorder. R. A. Fulton.
January 1940.

ET-154. A low-cost water seal fumigator. A. C. Johnson. January
1940.

ET-155. A laboratory method for the study of insects in their
cocoons. L. C. Fife. February 1940.

ET-156. A methyl bromide dispenser for use in the fumigation of
quarantined products. C. A. Cain. February 1940.
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ET-157. Modified Berlese funnel for collecting thrips. F. F, Bondy.
February 1940.

ET-158. A technique for the recovery of very small dead insects in
mortality experiments. F. R. Lawson. April 1940.

ET-159. Temperature-humidity controlled cabinets for the study of
insects. P. N. Annand and F. H. Harries. April 1940.

ET-160. A system of classifying cabbage according to the extent of
caterpillar injury. W. J. Reid, Jr. August 1940.

ET-161. A rearing method for the mass production of Microplectron
fuscipennis (Zett.), cocoon parasite of the European
spruce sawfly. Gilpinia i (Htg.). F. E. Miller, Jr.
August 1940.

ET-162. Construction of a hair-hygrostat with magnetic switch for
humidity control in an incubator room. K. D. Arbuthnot.
September 1940.

ET-163. A mechanical trap for the sampling of aerial insect popula-
tions. J. C. Chamberlin and F. R. Lawson. October 1940.










ET-164. Two convenient and easily stored knock-down cages for
laboratory and field studies. J. U. Magnet and
R. A. Blanchard. November 1940.

ET-165. A measured drop method of applying liquid insecticides.
E. R. McGovran, G. L. Phillips, and E. L. Mayer.
November 1940.

ET-166. Transparent cellophane cocooning units for observing the
development of codling moth pupae. W. Machado and
D. Collins. November 1940.
ET-167. Temperature and humidity regulation in small incubators.
W. G. Bradley and 0. E. Berndt. November 1940.

ET-168. A mobile sample-carrying rack. H. W. Rusk. December 1940.

ET-169. Improvements in the standard insect sweep net. W. C. Cook
and E. W. Davis. December 1940.

ET-170. Technique employed in producing uniform pea aphid stock for
insecticide tests at Madison, Wis. P. V. Stone.
December 1940.

ET-171. A scoop for collecting large numbers of small insects from
their host plants. W. C. Cook. December 1940.

ET-172. Percentage tables for numbers from 1 to 250. C. A. Clark.
December 1940.

ET-173. The technique of photographing insect specimens. A. E. Lantz.
January 1941.

ET-174. A demountable isolation cage for field use. L. S. Jones.
June 1941.

ET-175. Foot-operated punch. W. G. Bradley and 0. E. Berndt.
July 1941.

ET-176. An improved spring cage fastener. E. W. Davis and C. H. Feltes.
August 1941.

ET-177. Apparatus and method for reinforcing maps for field use.
L. B. Parker and R. W. Evans. August 1941.

ET-178. A device for estimating thrips population on citrus foliage.
E. A. McGregor. August 1941.

ET-179. A mechanicalotiming device for laboratory spraying tests.
F. W. Carlson and M. A. Others. August 1941.






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ET-180. A dust gun for laboratory experiments with insecticides.
F. H. Harries. September 1941.

ET-181. A power-driven soil-sifting machine. F. W. Carlson and
M. A. Others. September 1941.

ET-182. A satisfactory tree-trunk screen cage. F. W. Carlson and
N. A. Yothers. September 1941.

ET-183. Three new devices for measuring insect populations.
F R. Lawson, D. E. Fox, and W. C. Cook. September 1941.

ET-184. Method for securing direct field inoculations in studies
of curly-top disease. H. E. Dorst. October 1941.

ET-185. A hand-operated shaker for sifting soil. S. H. Shirck.
October 1941.

ET-186. Determining the catches of cigarette beetles and tobacco
moths made in insect traps. R. W. Brubaker and H. N.
Pollard. October 1941.

ET-187. An adjustable nozzle for use in bark beetle control work.
J. C. Evenden. January 1942.

ET-188. A dust-mixing apparatus for preparing small quantities of
coated or impregnated dust for laboratory use. T. A.
Brindley, W. E. Peay, and F. G. Hinman. January 1942.

ET-189. A leaf punch for use in insecticidal residue studies.
R. A. Fulton. January 1942.

ET-190. The preparation of insecticidal aerosols by the use of
liquefied gases. L. D. Goodhue and W. N. Sullivan.
April 1942.

ET-191. An apparatus for fumigating insects with hydrocyanic acid
gas in the laboratory. E. M. Livingstone. April 1942.

ET-192. Method for the preparation of spore-dust mixtures of type A
milky disease of Japanese beetle larvae for field
inoculation. S. R. Dutky. May 1942.

ET-193. Sweeping with an insect-collecting net to determine when
and where to dust for pea weevil control. T. A. Brindley
and F. G. Hinman. May 1942.

ET-194. A simple method for preparing lantern slides. F. Acres, Jr.
and H. L. Haller. June 1942.










ET-195. Procedure for mass rearing of adults of Tiphia vernalis Roh.,
a Japanese beetle parasite. L. B. Parker. June 1942.

ET-196. An aphid trap. W. A. Stands, G. W. Simpson, and F. H.
Lathrop. June 1942.

ET-197. A recovery cage to determine the numbers of flea beetles
emerging from soil surrounding host plants. J. U. Gilmore
and C. Levin. July 1942.

ET-198. A wheelbarrow assembly for applying concentrated sprays to
experimental plots. S. F. Potts. July 1942.

ET-199. A power-driven mixer for making oil emflsions. M. DuPree
and W. Mathis. September 1942.

ET-200. Hand-operated equipment for precision dusting. C. H. Batchelder
and A. V. Cosensa. September 1942.

ET-201. Method and equipment for conducting laboratory experiments
with insecticides for the control of insects that pupate
in the soil. 0. I. Snapp. September 1942.

ET-202. A constant levelling device for an atomizer type sprayer.
R. A. Fulton and C. F. Henderson. October 1942.

ET-203. A methyl bromide soil injector. S. S. Easter and W. J. Dunn.
November 1942.

ET-204. An insect selectivity cage for testing plant repellence.
E. W. Davis and G. T. York. February 1943.

ET-20. Cages used in fumigation tests with adult Japanese beetles,
their distribution and recovery. H. C. Donohoe. March
1943.

ET-206. Counting plates for use with low-power magnification.
F. H. Shirck. March 1943.

ET-207. Suction attachment for removing dust from hopper of wheel-
barrow power duster. C. W. Getzendaner. March 1943.

ET-208. A laboratory apparatus and procedure for testing aqueous
spray suspensions as insecticides. E. R. McGovran and
E. L. Mayer. May 1943.

ET-209. A fast-motion sifting machine. 0. G. Bacon. May 1943.


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ET-210. An air-pressure tank for the pneumatic application of
liquid fumigants. H. H. Walkden and H. J. Barre.
My 1943.

ET-211. Chemical determination of DDT. S. A. Hall, M. S. Schechter,
and E. E. Fleck. November 1914.

ET-212. A hopper and mechanism for distribution of baits and dust
by airplanes for insect control. C. N. Husman. July 1943.

ET-213. A laboratory method for rearing and parasitizing the Cali-
fornia red scale for toxicological studies. C. F. Hender-
son, C. L. Stucker, and H. V. McBurnie. October 1943.

ET-214. A duster for laboratory experiments with insecticides.
F. H. Harries. September 1943.

ET-215. Experimental methods in making orchard tests for codling
moth control in the West. E. J. Newcomer, F. P. Dean,
and C. C. Cassil. November 1943.

ET-216. Dispenser for aerosols and highly volatile fumigants.
F. F. Smith, L. D. Goodhue, and W. R. Ballinger. March
194.

ET-217. A small injector for use in mixing sprays. F. P. Dean.
June 1914.

ET-218. An air-pressure tank for use in the field application of
liquid sprays. F. F. Smith, P. H. Lung, and A. L. Boswell.
July 194.

ET-219. Injector for fumigant in liquid form. R. D. Chisholm,
W. C. Feet, and A. C. Mason. October 194.
ET-220. A sticky trap board used in scouting for pear psylla.
G. H. Kaloostian and M. S. Yeomans. November 194.

ET-221. A shipping container for adult insects. 0. A. Clark. May 1945.

ET-222. Microscope lamp. F. Munger. June 1945.

ET-223. The evidence required to show synergistic action of insecti-
cides and a short cut in analysis. F. M. Wadley.
June 1945.

ET-224. A method of rating fumigation chambers for tightness.
R. D. Chisholm and L. Koblitsky. September 1





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ET-225. A method of estimating beet leafhopper populations from
the proportion of uninfected plants. M. F. Bowen.
November 1945.

ET-226. A hibernation cage for the pink bollworm. I. Shiller.
January 1946.

ET-227. An improved oviposition cage for moths of the European
corn borer. A. M. Vance and H. R. Painter. February
1946.

ET-228. Equipment for the dispersal of insecticides by means of
aircraft. C. R. Husman, 0. M. Longcoy, and H. S. Hensler.

ET-229. A special chamber for testing insecticidal sprays.
A. W. Lindquist and A. H. Madden. July 1946.

ET-230. A simple cage for testing DDT residual treatments.
A. H. Madden and A. W. Lindquist. July 1946.

ET-231. A power sprayer for applying concentrated insecticides.
J. N. Tenhet. August 1946.

ET-232. Growth stages of corn as related to European corn borer
infestation. C. H. Batchelder. August 1946.

ET-233. A system of filing and routing samples of chemicals for
insecticide testing. K. W. Oberg, H. A. Jones, and
E. F. Knipling. August 1946.





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INDEX

Numbers following item signify ET Circulars (not pages).


ACREE, FRED, Jr., and HALLER, H. L.:
A Simple Method for Preparing
Lantern Slides..... ..... 194

Aerial-insect populations, trap for... 163

Aerosols--
dispenser for......... ..216
liquefied-gas preparation method.... 190

Aircraft, equipment for insecticide
dispersal.. .......g.... .. .. . 228

Airplane, hopper for distributing
baits and dusts.....................212

Air-pressure tank, use in application
of liquid fumigants................ .210

_ maculatum. See
Gulf Coast tick.

ANNAND, P. N., and HARRIES, F. H.:
Temperature-Humidity Controlled
Cabinets for the Study of Insects...159
AoifllajJ a n See
Scale, California red.

Aphid trap, construction..............196

ARBUTHNOT, K. D.: Construction of a
Hair-Hygrostat With Magnetic Switch
for Humidity Control in an Incuba-
tor Room...........................162

B Ropi lige, spore-dust
mixtures in type A milky disease....192

BACON, OSCAR G.: A Fast-Motion
Sifting Machine..... ............. .209

Baits, distributing by airplane.......212

BALLINGER, W. R., SMITH, FLOYD F.,
and GOODHUE, L. D.: Dispenser for
Aerosols and Highly Volatile Fumi-
gants........... ............ 216


Bark beetle control work, nozzle for...187

BARRE, H. J., and WALKDEi, H. H.: An
Air-Pressure Tank for the Pneumatic
Application of Liquid Fumigants......210

BATCHLIDER, C. H.: Growth Stages of
Corn as Related to European Corn
Borer Infestation .................... 232

-and COSENZA, A. V.: Hand-Oper-
ated Equipment for Precision Dusting.200

Beet leafhopper-
collecting scoop for.................171
population estimation method......225
population measuring devices..o....183
portable wind-direction recorder
for use in dispersal studies.......153
repellent sprays for........ooov *.*204
trap for.............................163

Berlese funnel, modified, for col-
lecting thrips.......................157

BERNIYr, 0. E., and BRADLEY, W. G.:
Foot-Operated Punch..................175
Temperature and Humidity Regulation
in Small Incubators................167

Bollworm, pink, hibernation cage.......226

BONDY, FLOYD F.: Modified Berlese
Funnel for Collecting Thrips.........157

BOSWELL, ANTHONY L., SMITH, FLOYD F.,
and LUNG, PAUL H.: An Air-Pressure
Tank for Use in the Field Appli-
cation of Liquid Sprays..............218

BOWEN), M. F.: A Method of Estimating
Beet Leafhopper Populations from
the Proportion of Uninfested Plants..225

BRADLEY, W. G., and BERNDT, 0. E.:
Foot-Operated Punch..................175
Temperature and Humidity Regulation
in Small Incubators........ o.......167





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BRINDLE, T. A., and HINW $N, F. G.:
Sweeping With an Insect-Collecting
Net to Determine When and Where to
Dust for Pea Weevil Control.........193

------ PEAY, W. E., and HINMAN, F. G.;
A Dust-Mixing Apparatus for Pre-
paring Small Quantities of Coated
or Impregnated Dust for Laratory


BRODY, ARTHUR L.: A Method for
Testing the Value of Chemical
Mixtures as Repellents of the Gulf
Coast Tick..........................151

BRUBAKER, R. W., and POLLARD, H. N.:
Determining the Catches of Ciga-
rette Beetles and Tobacco Moths
Made in Insect Traps................186

B pjaju. S Pea weevil.

Cabbage, classification system ac-
cording to caterpillar injury.......160

Cabinets, temperature-humidity
contolle.. ..................159

Cage--
demountable isolation...............174
fastener, improved spring...........176
for DDT residual tests..............230
fumigation tests with Japanese
beetles.*.*...................205
hibernation, for pink bollworm.......226
knock-down, for field studies.......164
selectivity for testing plant
repellence.. ... .............204
tree-trunk screen...................182

CAIN, CHA6. A.: A Methyl Bromide Dis-
penser for Use in the Fumigation of
Quarantined Products............ . ..156

CARLSON, F. W., and OTHERS, M. A.:
A Mechanical Timing Device for
Laboratory Spraying Tests.........179
A Power-Driven Soil-Sifting

A latisfactory Tree-Trunk Screen
CagFe. ..*.* ..* ...#.o.#... *.*.#.......192


&o2eapsa Domonglla. e Codling moth.

CASbIL, C. C., NEWCOMER, E. J., and
DEAN, F. P.: Experimental Methods in
Making Orchard Tests for Codling Moth
Control in the West.................215

Caterpillar injury, classifying
cabbage by..........................16O

CHAMBERLIN, JOSEPH C.: A Mechanical
Trap for the Sampling of Aerial
Insect Populations.....,............163

Chemicals, filing and routing system..233

CHISHOLM, ROBERT D., and KOBLITSKY,
LOUIS: A Method of Bating Fumi-
gation Chambers for Tightnesse.......224

FEST, W. C., and MASON, A. C.:
Injector for Fumigants in Liquid
Form. ......... ....... .. ..........219

Cigarette beetle--
determining catches in insect traps.186
fumigating with hydrocyanic acid


Citrus thrips, population estimation


CLARK, CHARLES A.; A Shipping Con-
tainer for Adult Insects............221
Percentage Tables for Numbers from
1 to 250..........................172

Cocoons-
cellophane, for observing codling
moth pupae............ ............166
insects in, laboratory study
method............................155

Codling moth--
cellophane cocoon for observation
of pupae..... .... .166
orchard control tests in West.......215








OK, W. C.: A Scoop for Collecting
Large Numbers of Small Insects From
Their Host Plants...................171

and DAVIS, E. W.,: Improvements
in the Standard Insect Sweep Net....169

-.. LAWSON, F. R., and FOX,
D. E.: Three New Devices for
Measuring Insect Populations........183

rn, infestation by European corn
borer.......... ce .... ... ......232

orn borer, European--
infestation of corn.................232
oviposition cage for.... ........... .227
shipping container for......o.......221

OSENZA, A. V., and BATCHELDER, C. H.:
Hand-Operated Equipment for Preci-
sion Duating..................200

Counting plates for low-power
magnification....................... 206

Curly-top disease, method for field
inoculations......................184

DDT--
chemical determination..............211
residual treatments, testing........230

DAVIS, E. W., and COOK, W. C.: Im-
provements in the Standard Insect
Sweep e..............6

and FELTES, C. H.: An Improved
Spring Cage Fastener................176

and YORK, G. T.: An Insect
Selectivity Cage for Testing Plant
Repellence..........................204

DEAN, F. P.: A Small Injector for Use
in Mixing Sprays.................... 217

..-- NEWCOMER, E. J., and CASSIL,
C. C.: Experimental Methods in Making
Orchard Tests for Codling Moth
Control in the est.................215


Dispenser--
for aerosols............ ...........216
methyl bromide, for fumigating
quarantined products...... ........156

t.O1iOHOE, HEBIift C.: Cages Used in Fumi-
gation Tests With Adult Japanese
Beetles, Their Distribution and
Recovery.................. ..........205

LOt&T, HOWARD E.: Method for Securing
Direct Field Inoculations in Studies
of Curly-Top Disease................1 h

DJuM, WILLIAM J., and EASTER, STEPHEN
S.: A Methyl Bromice Soil Injector..203

DUPREI., MINTER, and AATHIS, WILLIS:
A Power-Driven Mixer for Making Oil
Emulsions......* ..............*e..199

Dust--
delivery tube, for contact
insecticides. ......... ......... .151
gun, construction...................200
gun, for testing insecticides.......180
hopper, for airplane distribution
of baits ..........................0212
mixer, for making small quantities..i88
removal by suction from wheelbarrow
power duster.....*................207

Duster--
for laboratory use.............. ....214
suction attachment for.............207

Dusting, precision, equipment.........200

Dusts, coated or impregnated, mixing
apparatus ... ....................

DUTKY, S. R.: Method for the Pre-
paration of Spore-Dust Mixtutes of
Type A Milky Disease of Japanese
Beetle Larvae for Field Inoculation.192

EASTER, STEPHE S., and DONN, WILLIAM
J.: A Methyl Bromide Soil Injector..203

EaitrI pArviuLa. See Tobacco flea
beetle.






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European corm borer. ja Corn borer,
European.

Eutettix t R. & Beet leafhopper.

EVANS, R. W., and PARKER, L. B.:
Apparatus and Method for Reinforcing
Maps for Field Use................. .177

EVENDE, JAMES C.: An Adjustable
Nozzle for Use in Bark Beetle Control
Work..... . , 187

FELTES, C. H., and DAVIS, E. W.; An
Improved Spring Cage Fastener........1T6

FEST, We C., CHISHOLM, R. D., and
MASON, A. C.: Injector for Fumigants
in Liquid Form......... 219

FIFE, L. COURTNEY: A Laboratory Method
for the Study of Insects in Their
Cocoons................ ........... .155

Filing system, chemical samples for
insecticide tests....... ..... .233

FISHER, ROBERT A.: A Dust Delivery
Tube for Laboratory Experiments With
Contact Insecticides........ .151

Flea beetles, recovery cage............197

FLECK, ELMER E., and HALL, S. A., and
SCHECHTER, MILTON S.: Chemical
Determination of DDT.................211

Flowmeter, construction...........191



FOX, D. E., LAWSON, F, it., and COOK,
W. C.: Three New Devices for
Measuring Insect Populations.........183

FULTON, ROBERT A.;
A Leaf Punch for Use in Insecticidal
Residg Btudies....................189
A Portable Wind-Direction Recorder...153

---- and HENDEEON, CHARLEb Fes A
Constant Levelling Device for An
Atomizer Type Sprayer................202


Fumigants--
liquid, application by air-pressure
tan .. ... ........ .210
liquid, injector for................219
volatile, dispenser for.............216

Fumigation--
chambers, gas tightness.............224
hydrocyanic acid gas, apparatus for.191
quarantined products, methyl bromide
dispenser for.....................156
tests with cages of Japanese
beetles........................205

Fumigator, low-cost water seal...... ..154

Funnel, modified Berlese, for
collecting thrips.................. .157

GETZENDANER, C. W.; Suction Attachment
for Removing Dust from Hopper of
Wheelbarrow Power Duster............207

GILMORE, J. U., and LEVIN, CLiECE:
A Recovery Cage to Determine the
Numbers of Flea Beetles Emerging
From Soil Surrounding Host Plants...197

Gil~inia oltoma. bee Spruce sawfly,
European.

GOODHUE, L. D.: The Preparation of
Insecticidal Aerosols by the Use of
Liquefied Gases.....................190

---- and SMITH, FLOYD F., and
BALLINGML, W. R.: Dispenser for
Aerosols and Highly Volatile


Gulf Coast tick, repellents, testing
method... ..... ... ... ............~#.152

Hair-hygrostat, construction......... .162

HALL, S. A., 6CHECHTLK, lITOh 6.,
and FLECK, EL4 E.; Chemical
Determination of IA)r........... 211

HAELft, H. i., and ACRE4, FID, Jr.:
A Simple Method for Preparing
Lantern Slides .................... .194




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HARRIES, F. H.: A Dust Gun for Labora-
tory Experiments With Insecticides..180
A Duster for Laboratory Experiments
With Insecticides...... ..........214

and ANNAND, P. B.: Temperature-
Humidity Controlled Cabinets for
the Study of Insects................159

HENDERSON, CHAS. F., and FULTON,
ROBERT A.: A Constant Levelling De-
vice for An Atomizer Type Sprayer...202

STUCKER, CALVIN L., and
MCBURNIE, HORACE V.: A Laboratory
Method for Rearing and Parasitizing
the California Red Scale for Toxico-
logical Studies...... ...............213

HENSLEY, H. S., HUSMAN, C. M., and
LONGCOY, 0. M.: Equipment for The
Dispersal of Insecticides by Means
of Aircraft... 00000.........*0.0.228

Hibernation cage for pink bollworm....226

HINMAN, F. G., and BRINDLEY, T. A.:
Sweeping With An Insect-Collecting
Net To Determine When and Where To
Dust for Pea Weevil Investigations..193

--_ mNDLEY, T. A., and PEAY,
W. E.; A Dust-Mixing Apparatus for
Preparing Small Quantities of Coated
or Impregnated Dust for Laboratory
Ue.... ........ .................. 188

Hopper--
dust distribution by airplane......212
dust removal by suction attachment..207

House flies, DDT testing cage.........230

Humidity control, hair-hygrostat......162

Humidity-temperature--
controlled cabinets..............159
regulation in incubators............167

HUSMAN, CHESTER N.: A Hopper and
Mechanism for Distribution of Baits
and Dust by Airplanes for Insect
Control.....04a. *** ooo o.oo o oo. 000212

--- LONGCOY, 0. M., and HENSLEY, H.S.:
Equipment for Dispersal of Insec-
ticides by Means of Aircraft........228


Hydrocyanic acid gas, fumigation
apparatus.........*..*e*.**.**........ 0191

Incubator--
room, humidity control...........162
temperature and humidity
regulation....***......0000 0.00.167

Injector for mixing sprays.............217

Insecticides--
apparatus for testing spray
suspensions...0.00............. ..208
concentrated, sprayer for...........231
contact, dust delivery tube for......151
dispersal by aircraft....0......*o..228
dust gun for........................180
duster for laboratory use............214
filing and routing system............223
measured-drop method of application..165
soil pupating insects, experiments
for testing against..000*0.*#0..201
syntrgistic action, evidence of......223
testing chamber......................229

Insects--
Collecting scoop.....................171
in cocoons, study method............ .155
photograpku technique. &....*.......* *.173
populations, aerial, trap for.......163
populations, measuring device...... .183
shipping container for...............221
small dead, recovery technique.......158

Isolation cages, demo4mtable........., .174

Japanese beetle--
cages for fumigat4on tests...........205
spore-dust mixtures of type A milky
disease for................192

JOHnSOn, A. C.: A Low-Cost Water Seml
Fumigator.......................

JONES, HOWARD A., OBERG, MARION W.,
and KNIPLING, E. F.: A System of
Filing and Routing Samples of
Chemicals for Insecticide Testing....233

JONES, LAUREN CE S.: A Demountable
Isolation Cage for Field Use.........174

KALOOSTIAN, GEORGE H., and YEOMA1S,
MAnNING, S.: A Sticky Trap Board
Used in Scouting for Pear Psylla.....a20




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KNIPLING, L. F., BERG, MARION W.,
and JONES, HOWARD A.: A System of
Filing and Routing Samples of Chemicals
for Insecticide Testing..............233

KOBLITSKY, LOUIS, and CHISHOLM, ROBERT
D.: A Method for Rating Fumigation
Chambers for Tightness...............224

Lamp, microscope... ................. ...222

Lantern slides, preparation...........194

LALTZ, A. E.: The Technique of
Photographing Insect Speciments......173

.,asioderma serricorne. = Cigarette
beetle.
I ATHRUP, F. H., SHANDS, W. A., and
611PSON, G. W.: An Aphid Trap........196

AWLN F. R.: A Technique for the
Recovery of Very Small Dead Insects
in Mortality Experiments.............158

FO, D. E., and COOK, W. C.:
Three New Devices for Measuring
Insect Poulations...................183

Leaf punch, for insecticidal residue
s t u d i e s , . . . . . . . . 8

Leveling device, atomizer type
sprayer.. ...... ..... ... .. .. ...... .. 202

LEVIN, CLEMENCE, and GILMORE, J. U.:
A Recovery Cage to Determine the
Numbers of Flea Beetles Emerging
From Soil Surrounding Host Plants....197

LINDXUIT, ARTHUR W., and MADDEUk A. H.:
& Simple Cage for Testing
DDT Residual Tre&tuma ts.............. 230

A Special Chamber for Testing
Insecticidal Sprays..................229

LIVINGSTONE, E. 4.: An Apparatus for
fumigatinF Insects With Hydrocyanic
Acid Gas in the Laboratory...........191


LONGCOY, 0. M., HUSMAN, C. M., and
HENSLEY, H. S.: Equipment for the
Dispersal of Insecticides by Means
of Aircraft. ......................228

LUNG, PAUL H., SkITH, FLOYD F., and
BOSWELL, ANTHONY L.: An Air-Pressure
Tank for Use in the Field Application
of Liquid Sprays...... .............218

MACHADO, WILLIAM: Transparent
Cellophane Cocooning Units for
Observing the Development of Codling
Moth Pupae..........................166

MacrosiPhum (liaa) 21. See Pea
aphid.

MADDEN, A. H., and LINDQUIST, ARTHUR
W.: A Simple Cage for Testing DDT
Residual Treatments............. ....230
4
and LlNDQUIST, ARTHUR W.; A
Special Chamber for Testing
Insecticidal Srays.................229

MAGNLR, J. MARSHALL: Two Convenient
and Easily Stored Knock-Down Cages
for Laboratory and Field Studies....164

Magnetic switch for humidity control..162

Maps, reinforcing apparatus...........177

MASON, A. C., CHISHOUL, R. D., and
FEST, W. C.: Injector for Fumigants
in Liquid Form ......... .............219

MATHIS, WILLIS, and DUPEZ,, MI4TER:
A Power-Driven Mixer for Making
Oil Emulsions......... .4.6 .. ... .199

MAYER, o Lt., and MCGOVRAh, E. R.: A
Laboratory Apparatus an Procedure
for Testing Aqueous Spray Suspensions
as Insecticides........ ............208

--- CGOVRAN, E. R., and PHILLIPS,
G. L.: A measured Drop Method of
Applying Liquid Insecticides........165






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CGREGOR, E. A.: A Device for
Estimating Thrips Population on
Citrus Foliage...... * . ......178

ethyl bromide--
dispenser for fumigation of quaran-
tined products ......... .. .156
soil injector .....................203

MicroDlectron fuscnennis--
rearing method........... .. 161

Microscope lamp.. .......... .... ....222

Milky disease, type A, spore-dust
mixtures for Japanese beetle
larvae ......... 9

MILLER, FRANK E., Jr.: A Rearing
Method for the Mass Production of
Microplectron fuscipennis (Zett.),
Cocoon Parasite of the European
Spruce Sawfly, Qi1$nja polvtoma
(Htg.) ............................ 161

Mixer, power-driven, for oil
emulsions .............. .199

Mortality experiments, recovery
technique for small dead insects..158

MUNGER, FRANCIS: Microscope Lamp....222

Musc, domestica. h Houseflies.

NEWCOMER, E. J., DEAN, F. P., and
CASSIL, C. C.: Experimeatal Methods
in Making Orchard Tests for Codling
Moth Control in the West....... .215

Nozzle for bark beetle control work.187

OBERG, MARION W., JOBE HOWARD A.,
and KNIPLING, E. F.: A System of
Filing and Routing Samples of
Chemicals for Insecticide Testing.233

Oil emulsions, power-driven mixer
for...... .... 9. ..199

Orchard tests for codling moth
control in West...... . ...215

Oviposition cage, European corn


PAINTER, H. h., and VANCE, A. M.:
An Improved Oviposition Cage
for Moths of the European Corn Borer.227

Parasitization studies, percentage
tables for. .......................172

PARKER, L. B.: Procedure for Mass
Rearing of Adults of Tj, vernalis,
a Japanese Beetle Parasite...........195

and EVANS, R. W.: Apparatus
and Method for Reinforcing Maps for
Field Use..... ........ ..........177

Pea--
aphids, stock plants, production
technique ............ .... .9.170
weevil, sweeping to deternimmpere
to dust...... 99*... 193
weevil, trap for...... ..**..9*... .163

Pear psylla, trap board as control
measure.....*.......****.......220

Pectinophora goss iella. S Pink
bollworm.

Percentage tables,
numbers 1-250........ 699 9 . 72

PEAY, W. E., BRINDLEY, T. A., and
HINMAN, F. G.: A Dust-Mixing
Apparatus for Preparing Small
Quantities of Coated or Impregnated
Dust for Laboratory Use..............188

Pectinophora moyiel. Jee
Bollworm, pink.

PHILLIPS, G. L., MCGOVRAN, E. R., and
MAYER, E. L.: A Measured Drop
Method of Applying Liquid
Insecticides..... **.......9..965

Photography, technique for insects.....173

Plant repellence, selectivity cage
for testing......................., .204

Plates, counting, for low-power
magnification..................., ,208






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POLLARD, H. h., and BRUBAKER, R. W.:
Determinning the Catches of Ciga-
rette Beetles and Tobacco Moths in
Insect Traps ........ .. **0 0186

PoiJa aponica. _.kj Japanese
beetle.

POTTS, S. F.: A Wheelbarrow Assembly
for Applying Concentrated Sprays
to Experimental Plots.... ..*....198

P pYricola. &Pear psylla.

Punch, foot-operated............ .0...175

Quarantined products, for methyl
bromide dispenser fumigating........156

Rack, sample-carry-ing.................168

REID, W. J., Jr.: A System of
Classifying Cabbage According to the
Extent of Caterpillar injury........160

Repellents, Gulf Coast tick, testing
method.................00...00 ...152

Residue studies, leaf punch for.......189

Routing system, chemical samples for
Insecticide tests.................233

RUSK, H. V.: A Mobile Sample-Carrying.
Rack.......00.........................168

Sample-carrying rack..................168

Sampling devices for insect
population measurement..............183

Scale, California red, rearing and
parasitizing method.................213
SCHiEHTE, MILTON S., and HALL, S. A.,
and FLECK, ELMER E.: Chemical
Determination of DDT.............. 211

Scirtothrips citri. See ( trust
thrips.

Scoop for collecting insects..........171

Shaker, hand-operated, for sifting
s oI. ......... .................000.185


SHARDS, W. A., SIMPSON G. W., and
LATHROP, F. H. : An Aphid Trap........ 196
SHILLER, IVAN: A Hibernation Cage for
the Pink Bollworm............. ......226

Shipping container for adult insects...221

SHIRCK, F. H.:
A Hand-Operated Shaker for Sifting
Soil..................ee....... ..185
Counting Plates for Use With Low-
Power Magnification................206

Sifting machine, fast-motion...........209

SIMPSON, G. W., WANDS, W. A., and
LATHROP, F. H.: An Aphid Trap........196

SMITH, FLOYD F., GOODHUE, L. D., and
BALLINGER, W. R.: Dispenser for
Aerosols and'Highly Volatile
Fumigants............................216

---- LUNG, PAUL H., and BOSWELL,
ANTHONY L.: An Air-Pressure Tank for
Use in the Field Application of
Liquid *prays.................0000218

SBAPP, PLIVXR I.: Method and
Equipment for Conducting Laboratory
_Experiments With Insecticides fer
the Control of Insects T. Pipte
in the Soil.......0.......00.00.....201

Soil--
injector, methyl tbuwid............203
shaker for si ...............185
sifting machine, power-drven.......l81

Sprayer--
leveling device for........ .......202
power, for concentrated insecticide.231

Sprays-
air-pressure tank for field
application.......................218
injector for
suspensions, apparatus for testing..208
testing chamber........000000000000 229
wheelbatgw assembly for applying...198

STONE, PHILIP V.: Technique Employed
in Producing Uniform Pea Aphid Stock
for Insecticide Tests at Madison,
Wis.....o ......* ..... ....... 017






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[STUCKER, CALVIN L., HENDER60,IN CHA6. F.,
and iACBURIE, HORACE V.: A iabora-
tory Method for Rearing and
Parasitizing the California Red
Scale for Toxicological Studies.....213

Suction attachment, for wheelbarrow
power duster...................... .207

Sweep net--
improvements. .. .... ......... .. .....69
use in pea weevil control...... .....193

Synergism and insectfcie analysis....223

Tank, air-pressure--
appLication of liquid fumigants.....210
application of sprays...............218

Temperature-humidity--
controlled cabinets................. 159
regulation in incubators............167
TENHET, JOSEPH N.:
A Power Sprayer for Applying
Concentrated 1nsecticices. .231
A Special Chamber for Testing
Insecticidal bprayu... 229


Thrips--
Berlese funnel for collecting.......157
population estimation device.... o ...178

Tick, Gulf Coast, repellents, testing


Tiphia vernalis, rearing method.... ..195

Tobacco--
flea beetles, recovery cage...... ..197
moths, determining catches in insect


Trap--
aphid ......... ........ ....... .. ......l
board for pear psylla scouting.......220
mechanical, for sampling aerial
insect populations ....... ..163

Tree-trunk screen cage .................182

VANCE, A. M., and PAINTEh, H. R.:
An Improved Oviposition Cage for
Moths of the European Corn Borer.....227

WADLEY, F. M.: The Evidence Required
to Show Synergistic Action of
Insecticides and a Short Cut in
Analysis .............................223

WALKDEN, H. H., and BARRE, H. J.:
An Air-Pressure Tank for the
Pneumatic Application of Liquid
Fumi ;ants.. ......... .......210

Water-seal fumigator, low-cost.........154

Wheelbarrow--
assembly for spraying................ .198
power duster, suction attachment for
dust removal ....... ..... ...........207

Wind-direction recorder, portable......153

YEOMANS, WANING S., and KALOOSTIAN,
GEORGE H.: A Sticky Trap Board Used
in Scouting of Pea Psylla............ 220

YORK, G. T., and DAVIS, E. W.: An
Insect Selectivity Cage for Testing
Plant Repellence. .......... .....204

YOTHERS, M. A., and CARLSON, F. W.:
A Power-Driven boil-sifting Machine..181
A Satisfactory Tree-Trunk Screen
Cage. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. . .........182


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