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The Insect pest survey bulletin
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English
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United States -- Bureau of Entomology
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Bureau of Entomology, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
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Washington, D.C.
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Frequency:
monthly, mar-nov. plus annual[1926-]
monthly, apr.-nov.[ former 1922-1925]
monthly, may-nov.[ former 1921]

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1921)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 14, no.9 issued only as a supplement..
Issuing Body:
Vols. for May 1, 1921-1934, issued by the U.S. Bureau of Entomology; 1935- by the U.S. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
General Note:
"A monthly review of entomological conditions throughout the United States" (varies slightly).
General Note:
Includes annual summary starting in 1926.
General Note:
Includes some supplements.

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University of Florida
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THE INSECT PEST SURVEY

BULLETIN


Volume 17 Supplement to Number 3 May 10, 1937


BUREAU OF

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

UNITED STATES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

AND

THE STATE ENTOMOLOGICAL

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IN SECT PE S T SURVEY BULLETI 11


Vol. 17 Sur-plement to :u:;-ber 3 May 1', 1937



THE TWO 3ROODS OF PERIODICAL CICADA SCHEDULED TO _JFEP 1 1937


:-rcod XXIII of the periodical cicada, the largest brood of the 17-year
race, will occur throughout the Mississirpi and lower Ohio River Valleys from
southern Indiana and Illinois, and northern ,Missouri to southern M"ississiprpi
and Louisiana.

The best authenticated records of this brood are from western Tennessee
and northern Mississi-ppi, although its occurrence is well established through-
out the remainder of its area. There is also a small and somewhat isolated
center in northwve-tern Georgia.

Following is a list of the records available to the Insect Pest Survey.
Under each State the counties (underlined) :are arranged alphabetically and
under each county the towns are arranged alphabetically. The numerals fol-
lowing a town indicate the year or years the brood was recorded from that
town; those after the county indicate that the record was for the county and
gave no specific town. Counties or towns without dates are from records of
the brood without any definite year of appearance.

ALABAMA:
Barbour, Hawkinsville 19g5; Calhoun, Duke IF5", 1893; Etowah.

AFKAVSAS:
Arkrns-.s, Arkansas Post I'G"3, Gillett iS9S, Payer 1885, Stuttgart 1898;
Ashlev ,M.-tok- 1895; Calhoun, Toodberry 1898; Carroll, Carrollton 1i98;
Chicot, Carmel 1898, Dermott 1898, Grand Lake 1855, !985, Lake Vil;I 1 -e
1g99, Luna Landing I.5C; Clark, Smithton 1i9; Columbia 1i3-*; Craig-
head, Gilkeson 1898, Jonzsboro 189 ;, Crawford, Alm-a l<96; Crittnlen,
Clarketon 1898; Cross, Cher-y Valley 1S72, IS5, 18'., Vanndale I)98,
Tynne 189%; Desha 1 5, Dumas 189o, Hotan 188; Franklin, Charleston
18g5; Flton, Afton 189S, Mammoth Srring 155, 188; 1"aland "5 1>
Hot Spring, Ors 1898, S'nd.ers 198; 7 Howard, Pic'-.".e l9L"; Iz''d, La
Crosse I5o5; Jackson 1885; Jeffer-rsn 1588, Alti.eimer 18 Fine luff
189, Redfield 89; Lafayette, Fckrner I$g9; Lee, H $,rnes 1., Lr
Grange 1&2'-, Marianna 19,-, Phil]lips 1i98, Sylarsville 18S8, Vineyard
1865, l'8'; Lincoln, Cornerv:ille 1,9; L'::.n, I l 9,rin
2luff 1898; Lonoke, Cobbs 198, Lonoke 'Q'; Thuion, Ycllvile 1l
1898; ,4ississip-pi, Athelstan 189, Chickssavba 1"l Osceola I-K :
Monroe, "IQ-l.;. Grove 1896, Roe 1',"'; Nevada, ?'con 1 '5; ':-wton, Boxley
lu3r; Phillins !o59, 1oS5, Helena i-bi1rl8, 1 ,. maorthcreek 16,, "Pike,
Murfreesboro 1898; Poinsett, Harrisblrig I9S, 1F iner 198; Prairie A. t ,


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De Vails Bluff 1898, Hazen 1898; Pulaski, Hensley 1898, Jacksonville
189S, Little Rock 1885; Saint Francis, Forrest City 1898, Wheatley 1898;
Saline 1885; Searcy 1885; Sebastian, Lavaca 1898; Sharp, Center 1598;
Union, New London 1898; Van Buren, Sang 1898; Washington, West Fork
1898; White, Bradford 1885; Woodruff, Hunter 1885, 1898, McCrory 1898;
Yell, Alberta 1898.

GEORGIA:
Chatham, Savannah 1924; Cobb, Marietta 1885; Coweta 1859, 1885; De Kalb
1-94, 1859, 1885; Gwinnett 18-46, 1859; Meriwether 1885; Newton 1733G,
1859, 185.

ILLINOIS:
Alexander, Willard 1898;. Bond 1898; Clark, Marshall 1898; Crawford,
Oblong 1898; De Witt, Clinton 1911, De Witt 1898, Hallsville 1898,
Wapella 1898; Edgar, Kansas 1899, Scotland 1893; Edwards, Albion L898,
Grayville Junction 1898; Effingham, Sumner 1898; Gallatin, Shawneetown
l,3f,; Hard.in, Karbers Ridge 1898, Cave in Rock 1898; Jackson, Carbon-
dale 1l85, 1f9S, 1924, Elkville 189g, Makanda 1924, Murphysboro 1885;
Jasper, Bogota 1898; Jefferson, Bluford 1898; Johnson 1898; Lawrence,
eastern part 1924; (7) McLean, Randolph 1898; Macoupin, Chesterfield
1898, Woodburn 1872; Madison, 1898, Highland 1885; Marion, southern
part 1898; Montgomery, Nokomis 1898; Perry 1885, Swanwick 1898; Pike,
Barry 1898, Pittsfield 1885, Pleasant Hill 1898; Pulaski, Grand Chain
1898, New Grand Chain 1898, Ullin 1898, Villa Ridge 1g98; Randolph,
Cheter 1685, Sparta 1885, 1898; Richland, Berryville 1898, Olney 1898;
Saint Clair, Belleville 1898, Mrrissa 1898, Mascoutah 1898; Scott,
Merritt 18S5, Manchester 1S9"; Shelby, Strasburg 1893; Union 1833, 1885,
Cobden 1846, 1859, 1872, 1890, Jonesboro 1S98; Vermilion, Indianola
198G; Wabash, Mount Carmel 1898, Cowling 1859, 1872, 1885, 1898; Wash-
ington, Dubois 1885, 1898, Okawville 1898; Wayne, Cisne 189S; White,
Grayville 1898, Phillipstown 1898; Williamson, western part 1898, Crab
Orclhard g1885.

INDIANA:
Bartholomew, Columbus 1898; Daviess 1898, 1924; Fayette 189s; Floyd
1898; Gibson 1924, Haubstadt 1898, Oakland City 1K98, Princeton 1898;
Jackson 1898; Jennings 1898; Knox, Vincennes 1S98, 1911, 1924, Wheat-
land 1898; Montrgomery 189S; Owen 1,98; Pike 1924; E 1924, Goose
Pond 1911, Mount Vernon 199, New Harmony 159, 1872, 18S5, 1898,
W7ai;dsvilie 1898; Putnam 1898; Spencer 1898; Sullivan, Eagle 1898, Sul-
livan 18i5, 189S, 192; Tippecanoe, La Fayette 1809; Vanderburgh, Arm-
strong 1890, Ev-,nsville 1898, 1924, Zipp 139S; Vigo 1898; Warrick,
Chandler 1l95, Newburgh 1890.

IOWA:
Lee 19.

KANSAS:
Dou-l., Lawrence 1911; Neosho 1895.




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K^LU CKY:
Central Kintucky 1872; Ballard, Bandana 189S, Hinkleville 1i9S, Love-
laceville 1S98, Ogden 1898, Oscar 1898; :-rren; Butler, Berrys Lick I8o.,
Morgantown 1898, 'oodbury 1898; Caldwell, Kelsey 1398, Princeton 1 "S;
Calloway, Backusburg 1898, .'rksey 1924; Carlisle, Arlington 189! Bard-
well 1898, Milburn 1898; Christian, Casky 1898, Crofton l1.-; Clinton,
Savage 1898; Crittenden, Kelsey 1898, Leiras 1398; Daviess, Ensor 13S5,
1898, Utica 189.'; Fulton, Hickmn 1872, 1885, 1898; Grant, Sherman 1893;
Graves 1885, Lowes l J;, M%.yfield 189.-, Pritchard 18'), Pryorsbur. 1693;
Green, Thurlow 1893; Hancock, Patesville 1l98, Victoria 1S:,5, 19;
Hardin, Sonora 1898; Hickman, Clinton 1S98, Moscow 1S-;; Hopkins, Iadi-
sonville 1898; Letcher, Flint 1898, Sergent 1898; Livingston, Lola 189IgS,
Salem 1898; McCracken, Lamont 198, Grahamville 19; McLean, Conleton
189g; Marshall, Briensburg 198, SL-irp 1898; Mhlenburg, Central City
1898, Dunmor 1S98; Ohio, Ceralvo 189S, P.osine 1898; Todd, Fairview 1S98;
Trigg, Cadiz 165, 189o, Canton 1.398; Union, Saint Vincent l"""; Webster,
Golds 1S9o, Sebree 1S9e; Wolfe, Carmpton l198.

LOUI S IAA:
Bienville, Liberty Hill 1S98; Bossier, Bellevue 18F5; Caldwell 18.5,
Columbia 189., Kelly 189S; Claiborne, Homer 1898; Concordia, Fron-ore
1898, Panola 1898; East Carroll, 1859, 1924, Atherton 1898, Lake Provi-
dence 1885, 1898; En-,t Feliciana, Olive Branch 1898; Franklin 18S5,
1924, Baskin 1898, Crowville 1898, Liddievilie 189,; Madison 1924,
Ashley 1898, Tallulah 189S, Waverly 1`85; Morehouse 1924, Bastron 1S98,
Bonita I1SS, Brodnax 1i"5, 1S98, Mer Rouge 1896; Ouachita, Bosco 1698,
Monroe 19; Pointe Coupee, Fordoche 1898; Red River 1872, East Point
1885; Richland 1872, 1924, Archibald 1S98, Goshen 1898, Rayville 1S5;
Saint Helena, Tinus lo.8; Tangipahoa, Poncha'toula l1c9; Tensas, 1924,
Saint Joseph 1898; Wa1hi;n,"tn 1;;5; West Carroll 1859, I1:3, 1924,
Forest 1898.

MISSISSIPPI:
:,dost of State 1820; Adams 1898; Alcorn, 1924, Corirth 1S&5, Kossuth 1898,
Rienzi 18&5, 1898; Amite 18S5, Bates Mill 1 '"o, Liberty I;-,.; Attala,
Sallis 1898; Benton 1924, Hickory Flat IS98; Bolivar, 1924, Rosedjale
1885, 1898; Calhoun, 1924, Bentley 1898, Slate Spring 1 "''"F, PittsLoro
1885; Carroll 1924, Carrollton 1859, 1872, 1885, Vaiden 1i98; Chick-
asaw, Okolona 1885; Claiborne 1885, Port Gibson 178; Coshoma I9,
Stovall ; Copiah i1I, Ashley 1885, I.i'", Deauregard 1872, 1885,
Stoazllhrs 19, Co 13pi C
Hazlehurst 1833, 1o,' 1659, 1872, 1885, 1S9S, Wesson 1-98; re Sotol859,
19?4, Days 185, Eudora 1698, Love lo98, Olive Br-anch -9 ; r'-.-'in
1833, 1846, 19:4, Little Sprin Suffolk 1911; Grenada 1924, Grenada b196; Hancock, Claiborne I.: ;
Hinds, Cynthiia 1898, wm".ri In", Raymond 1 -'5, T.,rry 18 ', Utica 198;
Holmes 1924, Bowlinr Green 1. 9 Lickons 159S, West 1911; HumThro.ys 1924;
Issaquena, '.1--y rsville 1 55; Itawa'ba, Tilden 18-; Jasper; Jeff rso '"
-'. C. ,,, "; J rer J,-, f
Lafayette 1924, 3,.rgess 1S9w, Oxford '1", I- 7, 18251, 1S98; Lf-,rence,
Ionticello I;9F5, Saulsb.iry 18'-; Leake 1924, Cart>.:i-e I-'", Hoprca 1S95;
Lee,1924, Baldwn 1899; Leflore 1ii,7 Money 1S98; Lincoln IS'; 7,a ir
River 1893; Lowmdes, Crawford 1S9S; Madison i>74, Canton 1," 15 ';
Marion, Jamestown 18F5, 1S98, Pickwick I1gS; Marshall 59, 1, }' ,92,








Holly Springs 1885, 1S9S, Hudsonville 1885, Waites 1911; Montgomery
1885, 1924, Huntsville 1898, Kilmichael,1898,-Poplar Creek 1898;
Neshoba, Philadelphia 1898; Newton 1885, Chapman 1898, Decatur 1898;
Oktibbeha, Maben 1898; Panola, Batesville 1898', Pleasantgrove 1898;
Sardis 1872, 1885, 1898; Pike, McComb 1898; Pbntotoc 1924, Ecru 1898;
Prentiss 1924, Booneville 1898, Wheeler 1898; Quitman, Belen 1898,
Marks 1885; Rankin 1924, Brandon 1885, Lynwood 1898' Scott 1885;
Sharkey, Gary 1898; Simpson, 1898, Mount Zion 1885; Smith 1885, 1898;
Sunflower 1924; Tallahatchie, Rosebloom 1898; Tate 1924, Arkabutla
1898, Senatobia 1885, 1896; Tipp)ah 1924, Blue Mountain 1898, Ripley
189S; Tishomingo 1872, 1885; Tunica, Wanamaker 1898; Union 1924, Etta
1898,, Ingomar 1898, Wallerville 1898; Warren, eastern part 189s, Red-
wood 1898; Washington 1924, Greenville 198S; Hollandale 189S; Webster
1924,. Bellefontaine 1846, 1859, 1872, 1885, Walthall 1898; Yalobusha
1924, Coffeeville 1898; Yazoo 1924,.Palmetto Home 1898.

MISSOURI:
Southern part 1924; Adair 191.1; Audrain, Mexico 1885, 1898, Rush Hill
1898; Barry 1911, Cassville 1898; Benton, Zora 1898; Bollinger 1911;
Boone, Columbia 1898, Rocheport 1872; Callaway, New Bloomfield 1911;
Camden, Nonsuch 1911, Purvis 1911; Cape Girardeau 1833, 1846, 1911,
Pocahontas-1859,.1872, 1885, Fruitland 1898, Gordonville 1898, Guar-
dian 189S, Oak Ridge 1898; Cedar 1911, Stockton 1898; Christian 1S85,
1911, Sparta ,.1898;: Clark 1911, Alexandria 1898, Ashton 1898; Clay 1911;
Clinton, Gower 1.898;, Cole 1911, Jefferson City 1898; Cooper 1911, New
Lebanon 1898, New Palestine 1898; Crawford 1911; Dade 1885, Greenfield
g1898; Dallas 1885, Spring Grove 1898; Dent 1911, =a den 1898; Douglas
1911, .Beaver 1885, Cold Spring 1898, Denlow 1898; Dunklin 1911; Frank-
lin 1911; Gasconade 1911, Bay 1898, Bland 1898, Hermann 1885, Stony
Hill 1898; Greene 1911,1885, Nichols 1898, Springfield 1898, Willard
1898; Hickory 1911, Elkton 1898, Wheatland 1885; Howard 1911; Howell
1911, Westplains 1898; Iron, Ironton 1898; Jasper 1911; Jefferson 1911,
Belew's Creek 1885, De Soto 1898; Johnson 1885, Holden 1898; Knox 1885,
Novelty 1898; Lafayette 1911; Lawrence 1911, Pierce City 1885; Lewis,
northwestern part 189S; Lincoln 1911; Linn, Marceline 1898; Maries
1911, Vancleve 189S; Marion 1911; Mercer 1911; Miller 1911, Ulman 1898;
Mississippi 1911; Montgomery 1911; Morgan, Gladstone 1898; New Madrid,
Morehouse 1898, Point Pleasant 1872, 1885, 1898, Ristine 1898; Newton
1911; Oregon 1911: Osage, .Boeger's Store 1885, Chamois 1898, Linn 1898;:
Ozark, Igo 1898; Pemiscot, Cooter 1898; Perry 1885, Claryville 1898,
Perryville. lS9; Pettis 1885, 1911; Phelps 1911, St. James 1898; Pike
1911; Polk 1885, Aldrich 1898; Pulaski 1911, Big Piney 1898, Hancock
1898, Richland 1898; Putnam 1911; Rails 1911; Reynolds 1911, McDoe 1898;
Ripley 1911; Saint Charles 1911, Gilmore 1898, Westalton 1898; Saint
Clair 1911, Lowry City 1898; Saint Francois, Bismarck 1S98, Iron Mount-
ain 189S; Saint Louis, Carondelet 1872, Creve Couer 198, Eureka 1872, ...
Kirkwood 1872, 1885, Saint Louis 1885; Saline 1911; Schuyler 1911; -
Scotland 189S, 1911; Scott 1S85, Commerce 1911, Sikeston 1911; Shelbyl9gll:;
Stone 1911; Sullivan 1911; Taney 1885, 1S98, Cedarcreek 1911; Texas,1911,
Stanford 1S98, Summersville 1S85; Warren 1885, 1911, Holstein 1898,
Tuque 1898, Wright City; Washington 1S85, 1911, Cadet 1898, HulseylS98,
Summit l19g; Webster 1685, 1911, Niangua 1898, Seymour 1898; Wrightl9lL


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OHIO0:
Hamilton 1898.

SOUTH CAP.OLIIA:
Edgefield 1872.
TEIFrSSEE:
Benton 1911, Big Sandy 1898, Camden 1898, Garfield 17.,; Carroll 1911,
Huntingdon 1885,Post 1898, Westport 189S; Cheatham 1911; Chester 1911,
Henderson 1898, Mifflin 1885, Sweetlips 189S; Crockett 1885, 1@1i,
Chestnut Bluff 1898; Davidson 1885, 1911; Decatur, Decaturville 1;-I,
1911, Oak View 1898, Parsons 1298; Dickson 1885, 1898, 1911; Dyer 1911,
Dyersburg 1898, Finley 1885, 1898, Heloise 1898, Newbern 1898, T-rpleton
1898; Fayette 1911, La Grange 1872, 1885, Lambert 1898, Somerville 1898,
Williston 1898; Gibson 1I85, 1911, Fruitland 1S98, Nebo 17, Hardeman
1911, Grand Junction 1872, lcI., New Castle 1898, Tihiteville 1859, 1872,
1865, 1898; Hardin 1911, Nixon 1892, Olivehill 1825, Saltillo 1;.j; Ha-
wood 1911, Nut Bush 18S5, 1393, Stanton 1898; Henderson 1872, 1911,
Atkins 1398, Lexington 1,-,5, Luray 18`5, l298, Reagan 1292; Henry 1911,
Iorthfork 189S; Hickman 1911, >.Pcrr.i 1890; Humphreys 1911, Box 135,
overlyly 189S; Lake 1911, D.rri-.1l 1ES5, Ti, tonvillc. 198; Lauderdale
1911, Henning 18"5, Orysa 1`72, 155, 1S98, Ripley 133, iJ6, 1859,
1872, 1885, 189; Lewis 1911, Napier 169S; McNairy 1911, Adamsville 1`35,
19C;, Madison 1911, Claybrook -, 189, Jackson 172, IMaless 19,
Medon 1898; Maury 1985, 1911; Montgomery, Carbondale 1898; Obion 1885,
1911, D'Armend 1898, Harris 1893, I_*nton 1893; Perry 1911, Farmers
Valley 1898, Lobelville 1898; Robertson 1872, 1885; Rutherford 1911,
Murfreesboro 1898; Shelby 1911, Arlington 1898, Capleville I',-:" Dexter
1398, Memphis 1859, 1872, 1898, Ramsey 1885; Stewart 1911, Bear Spring
1898, Lesbia 1898; Tipton 1385, 1911, Atoka 1924, Covini.on 1859, 1898,
Gainsville 1898, Mason 1924, Tipton 1398; ,,.yne 1911, Clifton 189;
7enkley 1911, Dresden 1835, 1898, Peck 129S; Williamson 1911.

Brood XI of the17-year race of the periodical cicada is well authenti-
cated only in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Records from other States are
more or less problematical and need confirmation.

Following is a list of the records to the Insect Pest Survey on the
occurrence of this brood:
CONIECTI CUT:
Hartford, Glastonbury 1816, 1835, 1352, Hartford 1903, Suffield 1869,
l, .;, Windham, Ashford lI''.6.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:
Woodridge 1920.

ILLINOIS:
Kankakee, Kankakee 1386.

INDIANA:
Fulton 1369; Saint Joseph, Walkerton 1 ':.; ''L ion 186o.






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MASSACHUSETTS: ' ,
Bristol-1784,,Fall River 1767, 1784, ISOlI 1818i 1835i 1852, 1869,
Preeton 1818, 1835, 1852, 1869; Franklin Deerfield 1767, 1784, 1801,
1818, 1835, 1852; Hampshire 1767, 178T, 1801, 1818, 1835, 1852,
Hadley 1818.

PEINiTSYLVANIA:
Lancaster, Lancaster 1903.

RHODE ISLAND:
Providence, near Tiogue Reservoir 1869, 1903.

WEST VIRGINIA:
Fayette, Russellville 1852.
































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