The Insect pest survey bulletin

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Title:
The Insect pest survey bulletin
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v. : maps ; 26 cm.
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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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monthly, mar-nov. plus annual[1926-]
monthly, apr.-nov.[ former 1922-1925]
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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..
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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.
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"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

B U L L E T I N



A periodical review of entomological conditions throughout the United States,
issued on the first of each month from March to November, inclusive.


















Volume 6 April 1, 1926 Number 2


BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY

U N ITE D STATES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A N D

THE STATE ENTOMOLOGICAL

AGENCY ES COOPERATING













I N- S E 0 T F n S T S U R V 7 Y 3 U L I'j E T 1 7,



Ap"
1 ilq2o No. 2


I S -OTD 170- 7.17 01MC37 i C AL F 7 1 Y, T' 1-C UITITED ST,.-E*ES 7OR NII' DACTHTI n2G

The I-Tes-zian. fly ,ituat'on remad-is bout as report -,d in tI)-e laczt num-ber of the Bulletin. ThC11 fir, of e--s in the fi,31a reported on 1. ,arc.-L 113' from Fan-,- s.

Ihe finchh It-ag situation h-s not rrater4al..,., c-1 ir
4
re-oortI, thoug it apn6ars th.-)-t in mo--t of 'he c1ii-n-l-, b tl pas ed the'-inte*r -,,,vith slight rzortalfty.

A sin,--le outbreak of t1he sreen ',--)u- has "Ceen rerortcd this, year from Toga- County, Oklf-ahoira.

Small local outbreaks of f--,!-,e -v--ire-orms are 'being re7.)orted -rrom Larts of Nelbraska tCnd Kransas.

The army cutrorm is unus"oally -obundant in Yebras!! a, Kansas, ana 01 :Iahoma.
of L-id Ok2a-1-oma severe dE na,- 7e. has alre,-.-Iy been reported.
z no4-h,- r -j"lithl- of the
-Pai-ted lady b,-t 6rfly similar. to the one reported
-1d -- way in 4&1-i'o- -nin. 7DireCti,-)n of fji fnt 7,,a
in 1 92! L i- u-- e s the sa,-r.e as
I- f-O"n the Sout'l- Osta
diar:Lng --hj- othe1, outbreak' -,-,"t isv

Throu-+-Iou+v the Ye7, 7En.-L;;L.d and 111iddle Atlantic States, and- a-p-_ ,a-rently a so in the Mississippi VC,-11ey region, ap-ple aphiO. are generally less
T)revalent than uca -).1 77.e-cortc of abnormily e have been reca-i.ved
fron 11, ., sac'Yrisettz, 'New Jersey, Mlisscurib

The plurn curculio ap-ears to "be less prevalent than usual this year in the Georgia :)each

A ne7r pe!3t of prunes is reported in this number of the B-alletin from
---j ocin, -- a small nirth Q Iinenla scitu-cila Dyax).

Tl e '-Ilvnrtoscelis squn.-wjat.,-i Crotch is aR:,--,in reported as acir'-!,-inrare --"n the 21-a-Q-e-rial Va-iley in Calitoc-nia. This we,,,vil -as first reported
as a T)eTt of :--rapes in II-lie Sur-,Tey Bulletin of 14-,7,192,21, at r.Lich time it iin report -ear -in
(!Oin datat,7e ir. Pcv,,n.aa. 71- was a-- lal ,
the V 211ey o4 I r4 o -q, s done by the adult beetles
eating into the cmfold- ni-- bvls rv.'[' the grr- I)es.

The c- +-s ne-ra-+- o ',e t.--,-s Cchb is reported fOthe first tiTw fr(-m Ari, ona.

in parts of the '--'tate of the g7,1len fleahopper is
a 'bundant enou Th to threaten the commercial to-r,;7 to crop ;.




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b etle '-qas been coll-ected for the first time in the of T11 jt*,' ,opeared in student collections in the
fa11 of 10". c' t7necla beetless 1,7ere collected in LaIm County and
Piatte Count'--', t.-e i,--m havi-ag been tolIected on the University
:ro-).nd- at C*----r !71i -n. Ext, n-,ive coll, ctionc made tIie period 1922-2indicate that t1ais -cest -mas not pre-Valent enough to be taken prior to 1025Thic is t,-e westernmostt record f or the t nelve,- spot I.- ed aspara-US beetle dez7pite t.ie -]C!,ct rencral gablic-3.tions on economic entomology zive its distri".,--t ion practically the -ame as that of C, alcMaraEL,

A ne-.,,: and undeter,.,ii-f ed sp' cies of, ---Ivp(,,ra has been reported as a c: rrot pest from thle S;an Jose di trict of California.

The rut -fruit t3r-trix, Laspeyresia splendana, a pest of chestnuts, '7alnuts) a i-7 acc.rns ir. Eur o -re har s bedn. discovered by the quarantine' c'-,J., ,tnuts offered' for sale in California.






E, R E A L 0 -RE, A G E 0 R 0 F I Y S E T

V;IrjAT

(Fhvtonha, ra destructor S! ,y'

y1i S Sour illa .-er.n, n (Ma-rch ;?4) The HpsF;-an f'l,,7 io attracting no at'-.ention,
OVizi r to tflc -1,T,-4u- f -, 11 a i, a ner--cssaxily late seed.in,, of i
do not- on77 trc,--,Dle from tho pezt t'A s y Y

Kansas j. 19): iS ICtC Of till in 71, '77
esreciaily in an a it promising for
damage t*,-iis s I

j F t (7 r-P, The first essia-n fly re,-,,-q foiand
in th f, I lb'. Over 50 p(-,)r c ent o the no,,17)1.7,-O' E p C--I'v eME rgence is slow.

I)Tj P T ",T7,- I To? (Eleodes Say

eb a s, z 11. F. 1: A--)r i 1 1 Dlur n, ,, t1he -eco.d v eek in Jan-.-,ary r( -Oorts,
ire-.-e- of 7 er--cus local injury to venter in -Hitch--ocl -,
0-,ar r -,-he pla"Lns false w i r er o,-,,,r,.
,s J. ( Aarch 21
Xan r Specimens OI these --or-s 7rere recei-ved
)r. Tri" --.1, 0 t',-i t hc inf o=at on t- hat e f ie 10- s are 1 27 La",,, ted t'he-, TI-n ,7heat i- not a, ilt,- s'-- ould
"IOU!"ht t',,:-It are. for
an i,. i, U., --"
c o -,d i t i on.
(7 c r i 0, i I d a e

Idaho Clai:--le 7,akeland (1-firrch 1c) Grass'nor-pers c=7r:,,d alr-M.ost no
17 and +h D a-,cr -,a 73 from a cf maJor t'ance
been r,!),dul sin e lc 12. La-inz -!,al- sI-Ircop'na-id.
b,? a,' nnt ,,qnt and ,-idely -n- razltizin fa--rl; r h.--,avy. Parasitiom increa ed steadily since then
t'liat, tI-Iis rarasItO ra,-- r(,,, pons -ble alno t entirely foi- tfe cf ho-),rye,.,-,,

Y (7 I jca aqx4l -.* a i -, Gr e

IT e b a SI M. H Sw,? n]K (Anrl 1 1 Rep o--,-'U- o r)f e c On -- e o f t he a rm.y cut
1--vtTibero-in 'U1,e fields of Pei-Idns Count- -wer e a'b,-.-! 4- 4 i 7ddle of T'arch.

all 3 !3. S J 71. c 1' 0 fzpecir-- s of the army cut-ic---m 5ere
fror 517,07, i. -;- t n the -re
-Cq zt CrL T.,, ,re is 160 acres in -he
f i a 7!n,-I "0 '--ipc I een c. 2-, edl -U -0 ch T? a c c, az i t -e!
C-19 de!7 S-6 S .4- 'n 7 o e ---hpat -fields Pa--nec County.

J. P. -t,d H. 27): C-it"break-, have ocMarred
in t,"e





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HarpJr, PitTice, and Srtier Courtio.s. _Ifalfa are the
crons

011 7i-ho-na J. 1q. -,Hor'7or '(IMarch Garfield, 7oca-e-rd, Zic--a,
-Iills,* 7oods, T, .xa-,, and Jr kson Counties, rcr -r ed b- in!7.,, ct. Alfalfa, -.-,,heat,
'b irlo,-,- t-r, rinc4-o ra-tacke3.

ont t r. a IR, k. Cooley (11: irch 26): Army cut-,Ilormsaz many as 40 to the sc,,aare met _,r, Te been found, -in stubble fields in central
7 'o- 4-'..Yia over an area extendi._- many miles, bordering grain fields,
a nd !-,, n ou t br ea' i e ern s ce r ta i n. MotfIs ,7ere found in aI,un-1.=c
lo --t summer. 71.-io larvae are yet in hibernation ar:! as soc,.-,. as
vo rotation n starts reports of dl-a -e are ex-rected.

G'R=_,IIIT '?UG (Toxo-ot era Er. minua Pond.

a'-, o m a J. R. Hortcin (11nirch 2'): 'An outbreak of Toxo-ptera has 'been
renlorted fror:i -,w,an County.

W.111TE =S (P*-_- ,lloT)hagq spn.

pi R. 7. H7irred (Mlar& 27): Are somewhat later than ucual in making a-pre-iran.ce this year. This is undoubtedly due to '(-,he fact o -,,e h, lre had very little warm, weather.

C
04 -,7 -r -r (N- T -pt erus Say)
la- __ /. BU'IT ('li 7-us leuco

Florida W Berg January 20) Thl e chinch bug occurs in Florida,
r-ostly on la -ns of St. ,wftstine grass, and becomes injurious
mainly dnrir7 ry perio ,s.

Illinois 7. F. -Fl'-*.nt ch 21): Examinations of c1ftinch "bugs in tile usual
h rn: t i ng c ax t rz-- shc,- t Ilri4 very f (-3-- bu,:rs Ilave perish 7d. Iur ing
t',,e *!lir4- er. the cout".ern li'lit of damcye by chinclh
-ill b, ) alo-- e li- of Perry and Washington Count ies.
ions 'hy S. C. Chand"Icr, in Jackson County, !horr v r v f c, 7 b u,7, n t1lr, ra r t

is -.cur i P"I The (:L inch has survived tl-- --in'-r
in zr, in"Y:r n f'-worable sprin- and T r er
i c 1 e 1 7 L u 7 t ro-Yble in scattered localities. The rcst
is a7: -.-.n d t oot%

1 C't-- - 7.7, 1 : The chi-n7h I, has renorte- during
r+ C,11 2. r Z ern
7',,rch from ;f cro east_I- c e C ful 1 -, 'r 17 t 0 a. --( Iter o r n t l -L- h t: I'- in t 1 i o f i!m1 2 77ra c -3 e en
-,qI to c-oah i- -Call s. cntly
14 t "I J. n h, c7 rL o t I on
co h 1-:1-en the s wen into r-n+ --1 rC








J. I*',-,,- -I' incn
bugs in
th-!it C- 7 r
ur-rived tlklc rrl_', e-__-11- m 'a -an --r ni corn ;t,-,Iks,
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Nebraska
ell
voun-Y sa-t 4n 16
1'ei irith e z t -.-t a t i t 7 a _cornfi Id. 'To t,,ou,, ht ti,.- ccby k-lhe cofn

(Arcnco, erus ralli ro:an sas J. W. Mc (, c 1 IL c Av:- 1. of t h i 7 7b g c --,cTn fl-in
Abilene c-n



Fa:%

Kan sa s Ror e-r C. S-]Lt"-. 'c !&r-,rae C,
-F ound 111 f a i- er a -, the barn
Kansac St a- e c-a-, t-u-cl C-0-, 1S
31ump occur 'M t'he more hea-74-1y inl'es-kte"I soot- ;. A fely,
vresent- Ln 011-he _- -fie'11, v1de1-100 Of f ,-,nl

Idaho Cja-a, e '7 a r _Land (1111--ch 19): Nw-nerous n-371y Lmrer ,e 1 f t, _e
ov -c,,7 -ctcd n f--,- cro-n Tce'.,ru-,
on tl-6 :nLn. hatc'-ed s )on af
being p*lac. ,d -::i t'he cc-r4T,37,
CL (Apallia qanzu_r.,D1e-nta
R 2., Srq,:,. tli 2 Tno 30 nlont 1 f-a! in n a]. -f
ansas v e t i 7
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-! a, S a Chu I u r i e li-c-re ara v,,.--r7.r fe- a,)IIA0 erFs to 'be fc,.1--id,
s e t S c 3 mp, r, t i va 1 y !F n- -a k I r. a I t h o ug;--, o e Ca 1 La 1 c n n n., o r ed f r o m
-I-- -',, a -o
.t-.,t S'_ --rin ,Uunz -pie t-ee2 art, a trcr, en, o)Ir.-Ost no a 2 s c be, f"'ound Lnd in o-aly one -blocl7 c ),ald we find col'id ce call rdL Q
a t el 1 L :- t i nfe t t irou rhou
thlE; -r- -+, of thc c_- chl-_ rd tlae:!e only an cczasicnal e, -- hclre !- ,nd








Newv Jercey Thomas J. Headle o (1arzh. 5): Very int er est g1 y it arp e rS
t1-o0t the overwintering eg-,s of the common apnle aphidh, rosy,
g reen, and oat, are scarce.

Vir niaW. S.. -Hough (March 19): Aphid eggs on -apple troes are fe7w
in number in this section (Winchester). The re mocre
difficult t1o 'Lind this season than at any time-, in the past f our


L Rh. Ca, :e (!l!, rch 1.9): 1 have made a number of -c ef-ul searches
in flifferent orchards in Leoesburg, and as yet 1 h-ave r-c t f ound
an aphid epgg,.

s S C"Ir L Hasema-n (:V1-roh 24): ArnTle apohids in central !Misso;uri failed
to rot back to a-oples to* deposit th eir eg -Pt all. It this
time egg, s are extremely difficult to find.

APPLE A~PHID (A-phis nomi De,.)

I dieho Claude 77akeland (March 19) :On M ,arch 211, 192F, 1 ob -er-,.ed the
first ec-'s of the apple aphid hatched. The date of the first
observation of nearly emerged aphids of this s-pecies this year
wac- Maroh 3

MOOLLY APPLE APHID (Eriosoma lazi~erum Haucrr.)

::is 70'Th: R-W. Harnod (Ma-rch 27): The w,,oolly apple aphid on apple
receivedve d )n January 19 from Stanton, on February 4 from
Tavl !orl and on February 15 frqm Helena and Holly Spring,-s. The
a.Oehidc have all been determined by 1M.r. 'A. L. Hamnner.

COMLINGJ MOTH (Carpocapsa pomonelaa L.)

1lissouri L. Hasernan (March 24*): The codling moth r"as especially abundant
in the zoi-th-ern 1half of tle State last year and -'itlh- the rather
o-oen -"mt er.-'re she,,ll e7-pect s-!rinu s trouble this corning sinrr In central -nd northern Missouri the -pest -~as less zcerioas.

E42:TFL-N 71m:jn 13,T:,1PILLZ (Malacosoma ainericana 7ab.)

as,-achusetts A. I.. Bolune ich22) 77e have received a report from one of our coil K.,:)r a Hrvard, alro from I~-Farr'ar of South
Lincon, tat tnt ceFternillars iii that section ae rrol loss nuirsus-z- 1,z !7 t year. 7e haove been expcc-tin, tit th ae
frt Li2c2of~ a let-upn for the, present 'rave of a unanc e rouild -bo e ~ r~4~ e~tc ofth State. So f:r s thle
'"e~~rnsecionof 'e tate is concerned, a-osaently itL is more D u n,'Ian" the.n la t :Tc(rar.

,C-~ York ,P. t-lt (!'-rch 2'7): Theye h-,- been cc'd rbelocal intcre! &t in the so7tatcrn rn-rt of th(- cState and on LonL- I land in collecti-i. qnd 2 d'.txcyin,- eufs' of the Tarrle tent cater-pillar.
T it ris ostly tht- *"or of school chil 2'ren, 7worlrg 'for a moderate
cempe,-n-tion land stmlt1by pri!3Os for tr reatest nme









of n, ase.Ie advised bly M~r. Henry Bird, of Paye, that nearly
100,000 egg mossezs may be gathered in that locality, the insect
being locally.-erv abundant.

Arkansas W. J. 3aerng (>Ioarch 24!): Youn- caterpillars began to appear four
or five days ago. indications are that the caterpillars will be
rather numrous.. They are atta,-ckin,, wild cherry, peach, and -plum.

SPI ITUJ C 2NIK' Wr7LM1 (Paleacrita vernata Peck)

Missouri --L. Hasernan (March 24): The spring canker worm is likely to caue
some trouble this siyrir'-. M- ale moths have been out since the 15th
of March in Ipreater' abundance than usual in central Mlissouri.

I'ebrasha, 1%. K S-enk (AnTril 1): E.--ravid s-orincx- canker w-orm moths were first
observ%7ed emer 7irg from thle ground in Buffalo County on MNarch 16.

T~NSJPLAIT:11 UG (L,,u= nmitensisL)

Illinois W. P. Flint (TVcch. 23): r.S. C. Chandler examined 145 mullein
plants in Jackson, Perand Washing-ton Counties, finding only 1
ou- in tho ea-tire lot, which is in contrast to last year's findings,
as most mullein -plants had at least a few bugs in the winter of
10214-25. ":2L-e finding of some bug-s in alfalfa fields is an indication th,-:,t bu~zs did not go into true hibernation this winter. Adults
of the tarn-,ish!ed plant bug were flying in considerable numbers on
M.,arch) IS.

SAL JQ SALE Asriditus ~niciosus Comt.)

Massachusetts A. I. : ourne (M1arch 22): Late in the fall '-e had several comnlaints
which~ indic'-te that the San Jcse scale was increasing to a noticeable extent. .7ror. the repocrtc wrhich- have come in to th-is office
a much larr;u~rof gr'ies-iil employ oil spray's the present
season t5han eCver ^Lef ore.

174e,, York E~ orsoy rch 20q): San Jose scale -as not very abundant
at Roch ,-ter on cotoneaeters. It is easily controlled by spraying
'"ith miccole oil.

Illinois W. P. Flint (M1arch 2-7)); Recent exam inations of the San Jose scale
on u~nsprayed trees in southern Illin,,ois show from 140 to 50C per
ce nt alive-,

ikississipn-i R. W. Harned Mac 2-7): The Sen Jose scale has been re-ported
from man-;' p-Lrtc o-1 the State ana on var2ll'2 7-iants dr,,rin, the
"'iy. er Th injr~ r I fom slight to very severe. Luabricatine--oil e-mulsio-n is prc~ba'c-ly now on most popular spray material
for this scale m~ncc:t.

Missouri L. h-aseman (1March L)'): 1rhe San Jose scale is at an unusually
low ebb in central 'Missouri. and is not serious in the Ozarkc
section of the Statte.

Kansas J. T7 EcOolloch (Me+Irch 1?)): A~pple tizs heavily encrusted -7ith
the San Jose scale have b een received from Brown and -Kingman
Counties.




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I d a h o a u 1 e 7 a k: 1 -a n d, 7 c h no, extensive examinations
t1-.t joze :C't7 -)1:,t 51$C C' insects exCInined on ne- Tater si)routs 6 3 -Der cent are alivE.

C.r on Don Od. Re- or ts fro!7 county are r 1, irnlic!.tte that
.n oa, :las and r Ccunt;es It
c,-,, 1 c i s, i nc r e a c, -_ n4
i- -about holding its own in Josephine, Tillamoo1c. anl 'Denton
Ccunt i 6 S and se-:--Ms to be decreasing in Lane, 7-asco
71 =j lit -le if any scale reems to 'ce r.rc, --nt Jn 771amath u7117,41-, - an d no in-17ormition -!as rec(A--ed from Clatsopand Lincoln
ou n t c- !7.
H-L _Laos;,: T)hes ul, L.
C_"ST_2R-S'-,7- L SCALE Qj

1 t 7ne oyster-shell scrle s rccfAved from ,nal DeWit +oda-. In fact the oyc or -hel I I ty j C,
is -,orc lly distributed over the St-Ite t1oan -,70 could


Z3--% k (Anri' 1) Durin.:- the Ix,,st -!inter a number of reports Cf
-;tl t e o ,,--ter-shell
-are received.

TE (FaratetrLn-ychus -oiloslas 0. F.)

-;y Tho.ac_ J. 15)' -ish to report a Practically' state17i" 6; '!:ance of the European red mite, particularly u-pon ar,-.1e, pe.m c!:7.Thlp ; d
-istribution has been determine in
c3llr! ,e Of Lk ::U-r'v,-y Of th( occurrence of over,-Jnt_-rin_- o,7 rs.

FLY. (Bibio albinennis Loe-)

__o
Lor,.Tae 1-ere collec'te'd in "Ifle coil
-p -!e tree, I o -Lh--' are of any
not knc,.7 '4-ha L
C --o- 'Jnic iMOcrz ,- b-at* the--ere sent tc -no 'by a fnr,-er -,i.h a
-fo r -.nf rm ,,t 5- Cn.

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3
e- iio ,a Say

Georgia 01 iv er T Snavo (117ar CI 1 3 A Ia r -,e of
use d a, 7ain ir, the eor pe c?, be I t 1; -i :t fLtl I unif ormi-7
-rcod resu.11-s r-Orc r,-T o-.-te". th ) -poac'-_ bore-_- i-- -rrevalent
in all 2ectic.-ns ot' the 'b'elt it Is no- under _-ood control.

i"I S S I S q 1-pri -. 1.7. Har nte d (1- r c", 2 T"il C becn obz,: rved during the
1"linter by a -t,. 37,ilf-rcrt, P. Comer at 'Os ,, poiit,
D. -.71. Grimes at ,al-nd, R. '3. Deen at T-anelo, an" I 7
at Darc int Tlhev have rencrt,: d in to those insects on
several l oTc, .,,q--ons, and the reports greatly 01-7 7
-round," damage," llmeCnlium d rra,-e ti and"bad. 11

OT I' TTx I PEAC;F I-IC-71H L!T) 0 --,7 re q i a molc5:t t ck
T .0
%-Teor-ia Cliver Snan 1 T rst -panati on re-ord oF the
s-pr ing 7-;-food -Cas on, 2 1 moths
hav e issued to dcat- ch 1 Ln t i c f -p 112 7 L! V t3 r
feztation in Czcor 7-La this year.
11 -- st.
(I"onotrachelus ie nu oh.,

Geor, ,ia Oliver i. Sna-p p 10) li.-',tp- than no:.-mal
is anticipated in "-.1ne '37eor, -ia IDe: c*,-_ belt this year. Cn acco,_nt
le -:,It 4
of the li2,ht in.L loc'), the curculio rounial-ion the
orchards at the close of --hat season 1.1,as lit--hter th n The
nvT-nbers i,7i.e-e perhaps ma terially reduced by the very 101, T t r ture
of 19-50F. or. D.arch 14 after many adults had left nilbor-n-.tion. The
peach 6ro-p -a-s also da .,aged -"'rom 40 to 1--0 ner cent --y tll,e freeze
of t,-,e 14- -,!
F7_177 7

n a o 1 a c c i t u 1 e 11 y ar

IdL-ho Claude Wakoland ('Jarch I'D): A small moth -as reared from. larvae.
t'_'_ it caused", serious loss in a rrune orc? trd near Boise last
seL son. The are --i- .-itering thrcv_,s'_-_ in cocoons on
the outsi-de of t- ^,)-e br .r2,-, e -,,ork -7as sirnilar to tInEt of I'e t--i- 'bc-cr and the o -7ne-- is spra-Ting no7, --!ith li7ne ac for cont-ol of that insect. Th.- i-a-Festat-Ion is ouite IeEivy i2tr'2',ut o-,.Te-- a large area.



-,7-0 0 S C el j,-, 12QUpn _jJF

California 'T D a' n s (I r 1 Con i(ierable -71-s -rc-pc-tn,f' 'r-7, ----o In7l 4. ,, 0 -c-L. _,ou-!7,aret J ,a . in 'Oachella, IM
TA ley. Adlult -7ca:e -re-ported e,7tin- inlto ur-foldi-_ r
bu S.
T

T 4(Te r jn ,-c!-_,us sp-c.

Mi issip--i R. 17. Earned (.,,!a--,-ch 2"7\ Durin, r .'.- e -ir.-ter t,"I,_e oniv co7-o!ai-_+S
that have boan recei-,7ed in to -re,7 s-pidler injury have com-




............. ......



f m the Clul-f ,-e rec Avc d rc-nort of
ST)-,d--r inju-,y to -Ccr M Cc urty 7, F o I m e r
1,uring J-anua---y ; .nd Yc'jruary 111%rmm. report ,d that re d T) -1 d e r
injury to ci t-u- iDlz n'v s var-Led f-om s*-'i,,,ht to a*" Gul f -0 Cr t
Yron,. tfic s.,TE plnCe on J anuary- ,nediiim
to and on 7clruz: v,- 12 lie -.,3-orted an Shi rrrm f
cit-'u,- z P*'--,!- s frcm s i o n o'-f'
On 1, A-ch 2 R. 7. 'cl-n -- ? etcrt( d z1 ig',nt tc c-*trus
rI! ,,nts froin red -,P4-ders -at Toint. On 1 Iladney
r 4* -, I L
v,%rv fe-, r ,,d 27A,!- .rs ro fc- nl on at Ocean
Al" c -.e places rr., ,--itioned abov, ar- o'
Gulf Co!", ,,.

PESti:7 Rile7f-)

-:)rth 7. 7% Lei* ,- ,- -1 In --,rpest
pi.can. orchard o f t'-, 1 c S j ic thre, tt, -(:,d the pe-,:n it af'ca!7-e
b e ar #: r E n, t i on o-17 1119 buds, cho-z an averaKe of 4.01 hibern', .cul, nor bu i. Cf the- e p4 r -c nt s'no 1i-,!Jn,7 per
c;: n "I dead. 17 rv,, o an, d G. pi: r c on t larva, 3 -ra,!! i I y Ssc odel la A :-7 m i r ; on:' i t c n 1E o s e- 3xi but Ct ted
in the prin- of 1910, -,a-,, f oTio ... od by ai-o zt. com-cleto
defoliation. S-praying, -111 bru EI diticia-" parasites
.1"ill not 1,7 .ffectii7c unt"A 1 zvae Lre ne rly, full Frorn. The
1 ist orztbr ,ak nine Ln-1 tr--,n agc.

R. Hi-rn -'d '7): arz "heon -report d as abundant in certain
T) a c o i i,-:r V.



(TvIencl-.ults -sc!7,ir,-nF-,trans

,mr -L -.o na A.--!+- ona 28-'t Tn citr,,,,s nen,a4-ode,
t s t r e in t i -,-ii I y'
ra n", c n r o,? t c,+- c r C
in of -3
c i 'L ru P:roVE;s C, o n,; z T e c-.' thi :
pr, st thr, citru!- d i :- t i c ts o t h S t a t 7, C tt y e t
b en dster-nin2d mt (-,f-:L7cr-ts ar: 't.-ire- to t,,is at an
ca rly
1
ill, 2t L t ors t,-r)-! T- -as n o. pr t s -.nt i n Art cna. Rcc cn-tl v
ono o f t. e ci t n c 1-o-l- t1y) e c: t 6-7 Fnoen -1 x d a zpoc ial
C)- t,%,(; root of -orn ,' of his tr 3. "I"n
oov- (" root svct ,ms -or( -,t into Z'Ile
2 --,rucr t' 1 t e r a
int'd fo c e c
f 'U'
P'? n t 'ld of citr- -. r,, rrnt !,',0r(, -rial
t (, J ru c i on --I f ornia,
'Or 'ne correct
t ermi r.- t i or, o this 1,.".r
d by 'rT-,r.t Fat._,o1oe:-iL2t c f
oL
r Peivcd from eLLc'-,-- c,-,' t-ie te tj-,r(,c, th,:,, id S th-- ac tlle 'itru- n,,. matode.











The first ro-oort -, ,as fl-om Pruf, E, E, Thomisl of the
R -i v erside Citrus 72J_-q)erim, _at S ., tion of o- ni.-t. Prof. 7",cmas
states in p- rt: '"i hx.,e cxa,nino arij- -1-Ind V- at thc",r
are inf est ed wil t h the r Lt ru,, t J.s nc,G al
be s-oe the vov I.oc"jof f C 'S vith al, L -portions embedded in t ho rocts d
I f cvana a nciabcr cJC fcerraie ; and am, pccitive it is the
c3tru, ob a; rte. I: f rc rLi Dr J.G,
71
..Dro-WIn, Plan',- 'Ta'tolo Tf_.st of C
of Arizona. rr,!3r 7,,n
f oui il that tae i"7611en icr-ale re.-e n,.-r1:-,rcuo. T*.,,.P final
report was obt,ai! ed from Dr. 11% 4.
t'4
exami of Y,_ Ur
lher,,, to 1e T t od
of Fcbruqry 12 P,'ho,,s c i r s ne
Le ti, C t 2b f ar t' or z o n s
ca. F,,e s the, disea -,e hils b-,cn regarded E,.s vp-,-y seriou:1-, ari. in ot.."'.ers
of no very great coy)
'The S-.- rvey i,,7o-! hi ,.s been do-Lie -uy) to +U1,1- -=esont indicates
th! .t the Or,-an:i, t", 3
AL is -,re, Gzit in
x iz 2 r e Y C r U -; di, s t Y. i C Z,: 1, a, n t e
d i f f e r c n t s -: c t c, r. z h,3 r ev c a I ri d th- 04 *
in as many orovev. Sqmm-riies ha-,r(,, n_7-so bs( :,, fran
in theze section!, and no -o1t* ,i13s-_'tef-3 cculd "ho
o f th i s -P esn I% an d t 11-, o em j, n t o f -,h i chi an 1, e r -rL it ,,ii'Ll, be deternin d by further t, -ys.- D. C. George.

r7T 7, gn_- Patch)

R. Wa t son ; h 7 T'. 77e -,- c-e (4n -- aery 2C) led
new citrus arlild IJ. r, C Cent
-t zr'ar,,C-, boc--_- :..so of the dor- Y, +,,;5t of citrus traes inflated by
prolon*r ed cool weather

('T US
711ITEFLY c' -tri. A hrn.

3 i -0 -0 i 7 T- Irned ( ,'!:,rch 27)- T11is insect has been reT)orted quite ring, tho ri 'Lter. C- January 'Zion'l-Irent1v froy, a ni:+i-fi-;er' c!' Tll-- CeS
V,*, 11ians re-portea Tnodit"r-, to cak)- and pylvet,
Lit 9 :i-.w'_ on F ,br-..IcarY 7 he. renoorted zlichtto eurny.riti Fnq c %-e Jasmine,
On vl-nuary 14 -.nd Volruary 25 171. D. Pects reported slflght dDm,t,-,e
to rrivet.at L3.urel.
On January 12.J. E. I.,1c3villey rencrt.ed that very few, -titeflles
could be found.*or. Satsama oranges at 'cCwrzilb. but t-.-- socty ir, :,Id
that follo,,re these insects A7a-,
During the first half of January -ad Febna rry
J. -o citrus, rri-01- and cape
reported that njury from whit ,flies 41
11 .-e to vcry
jasmine. in the vicinity of Cic.1-f-ort %rarfed from no
severe darra-go, Fron the same 1J"
plants with very few whiteflie. a7d Aho rs s1i1,7h',,-lv dama,-TF. ,.
During January and 'February 11, Gladney and J, P. reported slight damage from the -rhi-!Defly to Satt;,,=a orange s at
ul-fport, and on 'March 13 reporL.ed severe damage to cape jacmina.
On March 22-M. B. Grimes at 4erldi:-?ca reported -very
whiteflies were found on cape jasmine at that pl,-,.ce.








7 T; I _071 D-7 I Y-, 7 r






or-,-. i% Cl -or C'_n n nr n,,7 o ff
ion ir- vast nrc-ort cns of the
r crar _-.ui L.j C 04- j-,
_r c o ,;_ n nP7
of t t f 1 y be,: n
indlviau-l li ,:; 'tc.( n
f 1 r7h- is virtuall-,- -nz-d. Thus J- z n ha z 0 c C ur i c u S t T 1C L' r Ca t e s t
-7 t L i n d t,, o n tli, 24 th _n m, y C C:z
1'24 me-(- z-oc3t --ai,--r o7rin..- to
---czre numc-rOuc v, i i t o -f are-, it th-,t A- flicrht
M'or,3 jnd4 ld,,a, _ls o -ln,- to its much
"If ( n.
4. -icn of fliL--ht
cerrtained, he dircc rarely, from the suatl_ ist to h, -is s
f, 7 ,tures of thesc mizratio, to T,( seen at th-_ o"Or the
crtion inand central '_,ilifornia, 24 _r+7_ anl
'h cI7' o,: r miioz. Ac in
-as coinciacnt -1 t'--c t
to datc tl-le nrxiy.=s '_1&l.rin- ', r.
_n,2 SS-.
of tAe' day tn btit t r f 1 i c s ke ep !n c -77 n P, bu 1-1 I
a,_-n--oach s -,rT)dar for
r nz- ble-2-s. A
O-dnt of fc. d:* is -lurin!- or nz- e
di", not an-ni.-l- ir t-nis dictric-'
1C c x n + in c,)nn-- ls0 1' --n -rra+ion
iloy C a:n-p I c p c r tt t, d an outbrta,-k
4,
E; ": "p C I
o 7 n; a



27) Wir ,_-7cnns avo, don, roT no
in Pr--los ar.d
C .. nt c s.



T.
I- Pl- nt
-h c a r r t 1
on tru-177): -u -o 1,
0 Ot 0











-:D7,,I** T 1 7, .J n

Mlen J. C 0 ..Iori7ill ('2eb--,ua,-,y In 'up to -,,he '210-1h) the
-p r -n-s rnore c om' i on i n t h i d C i C t n In, r n fl hor, I ML '
any Iw-_cem_'oE'r cf the la-'t four- or fi-,;e yel-Ts. c ,(,, fi,m ld
.1 ___ a
--n in '-re T-D (D i
(Fu e r te V-1 1 e y S.-ina.loa, P -_ -b-, a t 77 f r ka I f o T

ap-p,_,ared c-, p,- 1 c s a -nr, a zy 15 a Trark-_d irrlrZ- 0 -T Dr r-r 0 C in on, not over 1,12 rinile square:
for that season of th e y e f r occurred on S ma-7
havo dect-oyea many -out could nct (2en t'- ,
Of t_-Q insects. frc'st Cn
-o ,f-"-ct on any s-&7E of tre in --ectc, ev ,'.n T,)lf nt
C-.ie center of irfec_'IL:+ion -nd the
lo the torrato crop i-ill J.,;-nend on of
the Lo (:_'-- -,troy the in t1lis r
-ere o rc e dant on J tn-,irlry 2 -2 i t 1-"-han -.t the time ir t : e -Prtx rus zp' a- s
but no ='ed. Crop coi-idit1-ns ?ave be -n on
-,cccunt of t*-_ -,st-_rctive -)!.
Inaz 'bc-: n no -_'rost. Tc n-to -r_'% -'-'- t :d !Y

7 n 7,- 7

c=icarius Fab.)
"Jii z z i S s -0-0 eet pot 7,,to -er v- I i
.,.arch 27). The s,
'be for-d in -xirts of five counties in th:- sort."11- rIl p--t of
Ik
These counties are Hancock, H Irrison, J.-_-. son, Pe--rl 'r-ti-,er Dnd George. These insE cts IIE..ve be-rIa n'Y by the Bureau of Entomolo, ry and 13tate Il-,,-t
-IC --Ports of serious injury from -a E ,7eot- pp. _-to ha-,,E 'o -n
t1--is ye-r. SIi,--ht dama-e has b_- ;n r6- )or,' 11,0M CI-0




U7_7 AGE MAGTC7 (.Hyle=jLu b-azcicae Bouchet)

Alabama J 1:1. Robinson (February): In Loxley this ins -: -t _ttt -C7
c,,,,. th t -,as be -Jn-ning to head,,

CA2, A =-.- APHID (Drevicoryne br(-: ._ssicae L, Hississi7-pi a. Z 7,rned ft .a-rch 27) 0,117
W At Ccean Sprin -s, T Ier-Idian, r inE,aurel, and and ca7b7 :a,ce 'our a
ic o ry: e b r s C. "D











DL J,111. YD-Bk=D MCTH (plutelia maculipergis Curt.) Was reported by D. 7. O-imes as
*,i-sissipri R" ch, '27 ) : I
causing se7erl:: damage at certain places near Lelanar 1"Uss. on Fci bruary 4,1926.

SFCT:ED CUCU 1,.21ER BE*.ETLE (Diabrotica 12-,r)1_,n_-t ta b.) I L# k
74. A. Ruffin (Febrtary 9): This insuct is quite active and L 7bundant in Lo:-l )y, ac compared. -,i,h the average yea.r,, ard is ffc_--ding on ca7ob .gc

TJ17TIF APHID (Rhopalosi -psoudobrac;sicae David)

,i S!7 iP -;i R. '.'7- H xnc6 (1.4a ,ch 27): Turnips at 1 ', riaian, Gulf-oort, Lonlo Beach, Purvis, Senatobia, Durant, and other ulacas
havc, fou-nd to be seriously infested 1-ith 'Rho-calosi-o]hum
a. --- D _phis pseudobrassicac has beer. 1jol-liziana, Herbert S-ocncer A
t roublo torne- f or the 1 ast tl To reeks at Bat on Rou-7e on cabbage turnips, and 7Ti ,tard greens. n- ere have been complaints from all -portion-, of the State.

AS. P.AR AGUS

T7vZ=E-SFCTT'ED ASF_ RAGUS BEZTI;E ( rioceris 12--ounctata L.)

T 11 i 0; s
17. V. Ealduf : Th %. tcl' 4 asparagus 'tectle has been
J. _-e a f!. a I ,o It
a' n in Tllino;- 'or --e first s r z z V'r
,-:.T)-oearea inscc'. col-1-ectionc zt-xlents in entomolo:! -y at the Univcr ity a7urin,7 th,- 7a-i-_r and fall of lQ2r-;. TUrpon inquiry of the cAudents 'L avirg in their -ooszessicn
it 77as 1carnea- that two -er, col-lucted from as-pnragus at "IC 0 d C o c1c 3 0, 10'7,' r,
_o on Au 7,uzt
Lake County, near "l-,, I
an5 Ot _ers been t ken thcro but -pre not included in the collection. T--o others, ro (31ata, had be-n taken
tlarinr-, tjr s-,!'MM lr at At-voca, n ttt Colanty, on tno 7est bord,:-.r of Charmpafgn Oounty,,i7,erE the 7,iniversity is loc! 't.-.a. The
-L ro obt,-incd the asp .r:-us plots
'i-lds 0-; he U=!C,
z t Y, i n 1 and 'L or c d a a c fOllo-s. Scrt( -. bcr 1- 12, 1--, 1T, ;_,Tf(I 21. Mr.
), Oct-. 3, 5t
English took one snucimen in t*,e aSp---,_-us
firla nn Jul" 12 1925, -hi-h is the eni-12--t record
-P or the Occl)-rcncc of the 'taetle in tt;his Stit,-. Ap-,ro,:imatC.,Y GOO, studc-i., collections, coinr6sed chieflyup aro--,rd the Univcrsity hLive been (:X :Mined !Anco bc-: tjc -ac n( -ver noted in V !,,ef ore
In -the f;A-1.1 and spring ; of 1923-19L")4, a g-,duate
Ctu l,-,nt of -thic der!1rtirj3nt, ma' :inl a study of the cor.rrnon h( rc, 1,4d not di -Icorcr th 12-spr tted U, 7 1C, jo
"', & t-, 7ith the f,-,ilure of the
-0 fir' it, the ft ct that it i not
'r',- c.n t e d i r t1l,_, I I I i n o i s S t 7, 'urzl History Sur-,,ey








collection, are strongly in favor of the belief that it di not
reach this locality before the, last twelve months. Three assistant entomologists of the ..turel History Sufvey, w,,orhing respectively
in northern, central, a2i southern Illinois, have not taken specimens to date. Hence, alth.uh present, it ic still scarce and not
widely spread in the State.
'AL In order to determine the extent to which this spec es may have
spread into the Middle States. lette's '-ere sent to untomologists in Kentucky, Iow-a, Kansas, M.isouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan,
and Ohio. To date it is not known from the first five States named, even though Herrick (Manual of Injurious Insects,1925, p.270) says,
"It is now distributed over mch the same territory as Casparaei
except that it has not reached California." The species is recorded
from Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. Prof. Pettit ventured to state
that it first entered Michigan from Ohio seven or eight years ago, or about 1916. M'r. Lietz, Indiara, kindly furnished records which show that this betle occurred in Noble County in the northeastern corner of that State in 1920, and at Cambridge City, Wayne County,
near the Ohio borderr cast of Indianapolis in the same year.
Records for Ohio indicate its presence there earlier and also
more widely spread then in Indiana and Michigan. Fink (Cornell
Univ. Agr. Fxnp. Sta. Bul. 331,1913) sumarized its distribution
up to that time, showing that it had spread "as far -mest as Ohio,
and as far north as to include the Nigara peninsula." T. L. Guyton
(Ohio Agr. Exp, Sta. Mo. Dul., Vol. IV, p. 199,1919) indicates
that it was not at all common in that year. The present writer did.
not find it about Marietta, Ohio, during the seasons of 1919,1920,
and 1921, during which years som time was given to asparagas beetles.
A. E. Miller, in his study of truck-crop insects at Chillicothe, Ohio, from 1922 to 1925, found two or three individuals in 1923.
Whereas it 7as absent or rare in southern Ohio, Miller informed the
1"riter that it had b en rep + I 1lrifre
writer that it had been reorted commonly therctofore from the
northern part of the State.
According to Fink, 1. c., this beetle was first observed near
Baltimore in 1gs1, and spread north into Canada and into
Delawqare, Pennsylvania, N1e"' Jersey, Newv York,Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts. and Me o. It seems that the revailine
westerly winds operated to prevent its dissemination directly westward, causing it to take a northwestward, north,or northeastrard
direction. When it reached the Great Lakes it probably crept along
their southern shores and has 7one at let to the Chicago ara at present. This is shown by the fact that most of the records are for the northern arts of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, and for southern Midchigan. From that barrier line the species se ms to be spreading southward and -estward, ap'raring again to be deflected from a duc west direction by the ,cst minds of this region. When it has pone
beyond the southern border of Lake Mich igan it will presubly spread northward more promptly into Wisconsin and otter north"estern States.
The paths over which insects of economic imacrtance spread into new
territory, and the factors determining these routes, r st be regaded as of much value. Here is a species in process of spread




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_4 2.

i n o u: r r r t n d -i t L f 7c, r d I e I i d o o r t u n 11 t'-y + o -a t h e r muD on di z=inat1o:_O -,y b( utili ,Qa alonp
(-,orn nrcr, nd
n;r i 2,
c c -n in,- i a- t


To C

17 TR 7 r ne d 27): _r -_-, rortct! 0--penter
on CCir 1A ;, ,ht cl,,,,r-i , o
OF- t of, c ,-,or..s
hanre

=7'1 -1 T

n rrriircu-, in -Acl Cnuth
c h c c-, -.,-n. a M3 1- -ran i- rields.
not py :j 0
-:--,C:. cea nil.
71 i c In e r i nu y ii j ur rcif 7lfr, cro
in '!-+c j n. J_ _,21 is nrcsert -In

_U, green
d s r a) or o"-- c d -1 d s or n-t er
eczpc-ci, .Ily -t eq, ,erc found to be
nj:j te 7-ac La on of tl---0 A Wv ^ c r i 1 IL (T, ,,b r- v 1,,- r --Cat t1E -1 0 f! t, SO Qr I 1I L 0 i '71 U 1 c y a a c ki n,a
cia :-tnd -7 n i
r c, c -a'.
c) 1 fal 1 2' cy- -a 'our
;n o, cu-rin during
t 1 o n



A 1 T on
L__ -a-i-tic o-ver
--,,-o is l6catc Of
r,- c Its he in rc i son ir, 7 "r. ranted
a fiel) nd lt_ e of
the lottuc-c dickeO. -j-r rd t'n-- to
r. r pe s sc cn -,. s tho -)c -; c- bc s-an, corin t'n-Im he soil
cl-A--orms bo _r!.n to ,ttIrcI_- them. of tl--c fiel,"L
n -rTractA_-l1y apl
t httt t'Ic -,orm2 -er, I
orm._ -Ilnt roizoned bran mr-t1, of
n -.2 ,-priied in the, d- for-.1 Iut -,crmz -rioarently
__I;(I to c a, t I, i 7c, ,,-val d,,iy-7.1 1--,trr the mi turc -a s
,:-_-_d c addit-10-1 af tl (, ch ;--r mcl -, s s,, c. -,I'-As ,,-r)7,arent!.y
'- hc; -orms and they !- 4-e It -Aly. In -, c ort time 'he
di -- rmc, could bu nuticed along t!-.- ro-c 1,77 the hrndreft, 11r.
ic otC thc onion the t- Sz, ved !-_L 7 PC- t Crop
A oill .: rd -,u cf ,trtn-c he
in :=trolling r_, st.













3, T C

G s- s in-gi 7,- r r r
27)
of -;"h-2t 5.3 ntff;ed a t,-Cj
onlc--7 at hclard. 77c, r- n c, -17 1 "3

4
CNI02N THRIPS ("Tixi-, .ab a c i I,

T cxa F L T 1 i oma s Ivlarch 27): COmPlaint's Of 0 n -- 0 r.
--(i!r -Rio
boon about as usual. It is abundant in t hl: to, Tal 1
CTUT 70M.iS (1,Toctluidae)

T e xa s F. C. (1,1arch 22): Cutvo-.-rns are. ro-oortea to ^CD
dFmago. to onions
from, 7e"s on -i considcrL.ble sc! le in Lh- s -Y In -a

T (-17

C-,j T- 07111 t 7.) 7

I dah o A moth of t-,'--is- spcif s -as
cutworm that aid h- r,vy to jC4-+uC0
1' Qt fall c7,.t Parma. It '7,ivcd within th 'n ad a-ra d-- ?t-,oycd thic; market Value of all heads attack-d.

-.-MT PEAC APHID (TT1.vzus neriL-icac Sul7.

T!Tississipni R, 7. Har-ned (1.1,3xch 27): M rzas v:as rc-r-ortc-d
I-,YT. F. 'r"CCichop as damaging 1,,,t.ucc anI turri--'p: at Holly Sp-JLn,-7,.,, during Tobruary and 1!aicn,



Louisiana r r C 1' 15 S o,, b u,7 s 0 t r 7, d
3--re ar -,,-,red in veo--etable garden- arl 4n flo-Tcr 7, --den.-aro-and B,7:,ton 77Lou,,,e E na Columbial, a.d 1 a-re dc r;D s on-e ,heir ap-r)(La-- nco is usual at t1lis tii--Qe of t'.n e )7 T stand.
11 7:7 C71 S

?

C ilifornia T. Z. Ur,o-,ffqs (.,-?7ch kLutpntion ,-.,Es call cd to carrot
in g=do-is in San Jose b ,d!7 infest ;d --.,ith
nish inc!ect larvuo. Fi--ld -7isitod CU
e: tO -,et"IC--C 17ith For+
Lur ,l Com-iz ,ionr-r s-howod and 1-,up ,,,3 of lar, ,,o CU-Culi-Inid
pro- ,abiy- L,177,w :,ra sp. present in abundance ?. no', Tarvae of st-,,es half g-o-,- or moie 7n o-1

















(Li t roder (, s obT cuu,

jr 3 C 4,
has bje,, -t)y
-or- fro
zo ra -7 o r -C
'and 1 'rry. n- inX4
--jur 1 ous




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-,-onomus grandis Boh.)

-j--r
7:hiv, nz cct hr o nc-r, bi -n T P', so f--- r this ye ir. "Tor.c ave i our- i 0 I.T.ona,
Holly 7-; and A. I% College. A!
r r cim have pr o-7, d to -be cth .r

jo, j- nu ar y
m U. 7 of tur boll


-rcn t* -,T c c f -C, 0
on t' -i r-- --2-7 of
T-, ---z Tf
-e-ord,: h:--,-c 'he ,,n '-er- 44 Cn
n t-nr s ")EO i,::
-C r or -P or 17 1 -7
-j-n D
,4nd 41:1 r c c -C or
bc -c.,euf I b t-i nv P t i,7at or i- -z- )n irder )f of r, i c n .

-77-j-,
ur C- J.,7 ni 0- ce

7on-- -70 --U- r7 7 Sir
-ld o r t i ca 7 ra" .
C,-L I- 11 v 0 1 c t I cl. n
0 o tt
cf ri to d ja r"c r
S"c7c; of -7--irc Tn. n C.
7,0 ,
t


c 0 c .o ar -a A


"Art-;
ie, d a,
f i7,o rc -,,r A-7, d c C t
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7,

of fields ""t
r: ilraf-d tr!*.c' ,m n d t! e r ner,,l y in
fected, o-ver th ent i L-e 77-1-le ri o A rt im, 171t; t i on di
cc-.rer3d. is ioc-.te-a t- c3tu.,_-Iro. n-is i,. in the Ji2trict L-C the
-10 C"f
-os tvule T-r j nv C
i n -4-ions ha,-e 1-6(-.r
in e 7 i t i c 4V -cilth of T _-_csrn. Av ro-imf).tely
2,700 acrcs -erp p-lrmted to co-tton at "";oi-tinental an- 1,200 acre, -!t tr cli 7.--e he, r e -i o,-i- i-- st f c, t -,t i on.
in addit-lon to -thc cClc- i---. t".'c _,"ll'.ivatea cDtton field.Tjcu -_h
slarvey --orh has I-een Jrne. i-,i :i to ascert,-,,in t1n.e distrillation
of tl,e tl-mrloeria -! -ntc and er ril i-n-FcFll,)t.ion in t1he scuthe% t rn
iy--,r+ o-C the Statc,. Tnr -,, '7-evi7 h,_d 7--con re-o-ted from se- -ron mountain
ran-07 rl-ior to thl T'--e mcre rcce:-it zur-.7eys indicate
th(,. ,t tl-)e :umac_-.cori rmge in Cc-amty 1- az bxth the nlcnts and the
-eevilz ,ell tftistributp over both. t'ne lo-er and. nif er levels of in CountY in the Doc C7 ,bcza and
hiric.n."nue,, rar_, e,_; i-_116,_ic ,tes u-,e on both- the cr,_! t-_ rn arLl
-Cstt rn o-.' thecj r-_n7cs -.re .-e: vil infe ted.
I'T_17f' 3C7 -0 0 -1 S
PC'Ct rol)hor =7 i !I, und.

Arizona A-4-zona I.fe-s Lottur, T!-_- field scoiall-s of
the Fed,3.r, 7 i cul
3c-r h-,,r,- uqt visiteJ -oractically ev _-ry d. i s t r i c t o f t I F; t all-, e n (.7 e _7 a, r i ne ou C an d s c -o lb 0 11 S i n t he ir
fca, jI -ost m-na-inrr to the
-c- is the r,
cotton in, ,a7tr,-. T- o +p- rt4.es -f t'--ee r,;e-q e -,,ch havo 'teen
in t --is 7, Urvey, t1-e i e s cliecl.in 3 a,7ainst each other in
Y0 cf tl-ie rinl : boll- 7orm 7,11las f C-Lnd
in any di ,trict nd d ,Clared a non-infesCd. S.Lfl e.
Tne -oink s, c cotton ce.ed. Tl e vr;-arl- -orms bore
into t1--e int ori c.r cf t I, c 11 s ,nd Irled. the contents o-f tht: Z:6 or, s -,-,,ds & r c; b:,- the icrm in
su c h a ,-,ay a7, to aj'lo,-T its frCwn Oy
_jv, seed to
0" s are found in- c in,-10 ceeds ne F
Ull adapted to tv-nsporta-,-ion th cotton ceed rnd for '-!--is rc.azrm
c- on
uL territory ;-s -' extremely
t ht -pr e s e t i mr !7 o ", e 61,7tricts in Tox ,-,,z o.-Id 'I'le- I'll e:-,i co
only -1-le TT itea
u u St' Ltezz. The r-a7'u ec.scn t',
fcamd CarlsI)ad, exi.co, in L -- i, ih h
inf -7-1-,cd and fror a -p -3-1 r u
of f 6 y&.).rs 1 .0 --m -: nterri-Cory,

"'T 70 F=A (Pm !'-as seri ,+t-, P mo t

Texe- s rl Tlh cm- s r ch 2 7 7"le cotton flc, to
from t 0 Gvc-r-,inteS,rin.- u St t i Ca.
Ir_ rch 7 Col

S7jl

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(Di ,'racn
Oui Hollo77a- (I arch 9) A cooperati-re, ,,st c of t d,-




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to the crop in Lcui- iara, du-7 to t -u
_;:-n made for tl--c fourth con,. ecul.ive crop )y 1c-o_,ionics, and
T,, E. fird 7-, 2, H .tiey, of t Inc !3-L-,r& u of 7ntc
7T. ' U- e All the ,-drk done throu,-h
S.- tu r
tho of t*he D ,-ourtment in Ne,- Grlenms.
us,7 d 'hy 'he t-.-,o or, raniz,7.t ion C "rere 'ide at4 np. 4- '(, Dir reCu"tS
f r o-I (',7r niin,.:tions macle t he t1a 1 3 ile 73112,eau of
7,conomics relicq cn replies to _-,,-,-icnn! ires
s--Int to C,la,?ar nlantsrs. Y,-, t 4-h- 1-7- the t-o
dilc'- rcrt
Lhc lo-.s 17or 192- estimated nt 30 rer cent of -full crop.
T. c c c, :: a r c d 7 1 a lozs of 13 -oer cent %or 1924, 2"' -P,- r cent for
-,l' 17 rcr c mt for 1 C122. The lose for P, norrl.- l r is In 192: t*-er, i lit, r IC"'; T)er Cknt for ficle.s, -,here the Cane rrai s- i
it '..'as by tll factory.

0 "R C, T A 7 D S 11 A D '1] T R E E I IT S E C 7 S

ido-Qteryx e-pherneraeftrmi Ha7-.

'C (T,'-,,ch 15): A rcmort from.' Hartford, Lyon County',
e C nr a ,,en ce of I r -e numli er s of b ,;!,7, cr:ns on
r


ETT7 )F 7S zJT ; 11,1 7E S i 7 F L Y D i pr i o n s i n i I e IT et r t J

"Our r cocoons T-- re found at


i f 0'! i -7 i t Ch

'1. 7
,L L 'j 'y ne
A.t "Ro- str: -, Inc n.L s-) ias
x m one r7 L I tr -e,

7T



S (Al L): 71 '06yol(I rh id c:-, - on i
Jrrir- th,., late fell :ct; of 1 "

D :,7 t 1, "n vcln on.

have ivz I, t o s r
soem hat thc m tcs ,,rk, 0:
"I" rt cul- :-as
t 0 in Y,
1 cn 7 t --,)Tt Y; t1n t S ,Cno ic be









-7

quite hcavf...1-,- infested, others sho-Y irrr 1, ally rone ol
Y Yon, tc
of

777 T ncd)

-cies un c

South Africa T. E. Sn-,Tder (I" "L,-- r h S --ted th ),t 'he
-ettin' -,trarrrle holid. on th., gluri t r p 'n
as r;c 1-1 c.s tlhGz e of7 ')'ad th,,t mill ons of trc t
aru mena,Soiit.11 A.JCrica, to tho Dt rartr,,.:,,rt of d -a t e r 7 F; tor o' Wore 7ts at h
t h I e c, c, -s
i..r,3valont'in r,,.,z-.y Tarts c!l Natal Ind th- i onl- a qa- s c-1 of time before thd ,-:Ilol rrovincc
zay eradication is in-oocsible.

yng ri I jr a

EL', SIC,= (qOZsv- a ap o a

110-7 Yor"r k ;J to find -any living, inc-ctc. or
Ureec 1-7ith this insect at Rochester.



TT s I z -nIina Jluebn.

Ttaly St-ate of 1.E;ws Letter 9,110.: (I.h ch A leridopt:7r 0,0_ 1,,cer di coveredd on Chertnut.
T rf tl of !'I-.nt Lrd pec j
th D D-, _-),artment oi TIhi -- larva accordir-, to cUi, of state Pai rient of iNricilture, is th :,,,aght
Lia s7-nIc:,,ndan- T'
to L 1,7r -- I A,+(,, 0"'1 .
Ie t -,e O-call j r'at Ortri
ar_ all L!.re r e f -:. 11 y lr5 a)-_ctcd for of
t s
L i i e t o t h e 6 i i ct i ., n o f t1en trees in th, ea -t;= State 'b-,- ti- bC--L-I-, d; --e "4 L, s 2 n u s
1 a a, n J t i e e o f t
are 1t--_Iy to --LniTAy t'-e and a, nl -2,cer
of carl C ,, f !z annual ly d! st rib-all ed throv.-hoi,,- ( al I It-) a.
ras in one of '-I ese j-. p o r t _d fron, I r t 7- 4h7ats -,nd t11-le de,ire, -on y of rec -ricti-vi
en"'D- -7 fore1 7-,n importations is no77, bein-7
Th'z nut fr-ai 0 1 Y ributcd in.7 rore -h-rc
Lr'17 13 OL=On,
.1 t _j .! k, r-ac t ive to c11- 3 -_,tnu uiz 17al niit and ac 0- -ICS $ i t S in bei nn, co,-, -, -7 .%. -L It is cIoz--el-7 related to th
zj ,.,,,, :, t,-e nlluz.
coilin- nicth fo-UTid on rearc arpolos fn "-is S atc
_1 X 11- _$ and its
,,,,ork is very similc.z to the d zna re done by that












V or .,Ire
7'.
to '!:11 t',-, t-70 m iV
nut le oth, ,,rc, of t'-- D z, lj, ri,-Ay ear:D f-





17 Dr 7rol 770. I (Fzbru -r-.,- 19) cottony-ol
'r,3r;n t*^e c, -usln7 tl,,- m
j, &-I t TZ i -ir 1 t c r
7alley du
of C' on c-,.11 conc ernf ng thiS 7-- C' 11-1' 716
d.,.i.Ly --,-t t off of the S 1

I N IS' 'T IT T A "I Y I IT G C- R 7, EE 'Y H 3 7:

A 'T :D C, 71 11 M 71. 17 T A L F 1, A 1- T S



SjI ,.IP-TIj7 Tn), 7*

A. (2,,:Ibruary Under date of Jrntr,-rv 12 wc; r-,,7 eivcd
T--. Fl, 1.,,Iwx ,r of
1-1-c -1:'r-in,,7 -,Dricus 1czc-cs az rr,,-7 t o f
-d- I" --Y IL3
,-j 1 r-LIJ I-,
his azte:- pl, -,ntings -:1 aI so
o se v r al o f i s t;,, IE c r r, e s a -s
ha-e be, on identi- i d 'by f. Dor C. t
c4:' th il-, cultural

T EPE M=71



I-T
-.= -CCI (! -rch 2-)- -.7 s r c- r t c d on c 0 7 yr t I e 10 y M


Q %-T -771
7j

-1 --7 711 0 -0 a, 10 z r ,]Icm uf r nlr tun 7i 1 S.

77,, Ii-.r cl- 2" iv on cl-rv f rom
-Ic on 1 o

TI nIc -ni Gill.

T 7, rl collc ctcd on c, ry !7-1.!-' -iums at
2. CC.,-n .r cn, F c b u, ) r










rfU*l
New Yorlk
t

T

7")


h t



T!:) nnum r 0
ci s si -Q PC, 1v -,P c
(E r ch 27) i m 1 21,
on f on 1 7.r ch '- 2.

7,

C A 1 11



(Triatom, 717 -) -17 j C
Plorid,-, -h I S ST) c I s s i t
7 7i' (")t Or 19'5) Thl
6, in 'hi,7 loc-,11.4 +77
consLd ; --blc -,%.nno-,,ance tLnd somz71-;
ITITE (:-i-on -ssus !,c-ti

T (February 20) : This mite h,-s -c rc-,-t,1-d 1,-7
r- ;id,.nts of Dal' as as c,-.usi IP* C 0 .-n Immiry sho-.--ed th-t in t z
Li numbers in the buildim:-Z. r
f- -7 'Cn -ltt-j.Ck4 -? F -nl G POC in t' -o--,, cr t o da



7
b- a s lm i 1 1 of tl- *
411, cprin, 7 at I





i LIE7 S

Texas 3. W. Lia ;: tl- ruulri 'i 70 IV. B]L-hop- (Mar h 22) A of










f I! -,Ln 1-107:-fly IC!At slho7-d 'he



............ 93.CN
........... 12.
Da 2.
..........

b
c r lv 2
0f
D z:,, or

'71 r r 4nnl- than in 7rz;bru-: .-y.

7
1 77 i tar s I,

7 2")- Cattle in t hc -i ci ni
by horn flies. Thc m-l-nave---At-,,,, o" 1CO.

7 lirFt ,,-prear-- nce of hr r-n flic
e; v e d b - E W. L a, n ,-,brua 1
he 'horn -P y were obsci,-d' cn in- Zl In 41-1-is ,-icinity,

-Pjie- are
n 'rn ,-c.ll lou t "6'-^ t T a r -I c, t c
-0,- C), nc

o n-
-F-c- r
m, iny 2, C;
-'5CO C." C- tl


A C--T1171-7 rlsin)


a,


?:z 77 ,z


T. in 1 i m


4
1, 1 r u




on t .i
t h i' h--d 1 f t I r










F. c. and F. C. 1,isl-opp ("7-ebrutry O-DAry
herd in o v, e d n a v F. r t of ,:-ubs -oer anim-1 cn
',-,his date. It apput).red that P, n ,irpbc- r' had alr ari% matiir2d and
left the cattle. Information gained, from i.Ti this section
indicated t1nat the grubS 7ere rcthei' morc bundl' nt this
t ha n n o -I mn I

Texas E Laake thrcup"n C. Dishopp (Fcbruary 11) : Heol f'lins
observed to "'be ,tf.--,.ckino, cattl today. This is t'Le
fly acti-Aty oOsC-_7'7Cd in Dailrls this spring.

F. C. Bishor_ O (17 -,'O-UarY '25) Hccl flies -- ,ero clb'scrvcd to battacking little -.t C -,mp Vloc(I on t-his dl-lte.

STOLE F'.JY (StOM077vs calcitrans L.)

Texas 1D. C. Pprrran Prd '% C. Bi Iio'np (PcI-ra-ry 214): FGL'ce s ?,1111
in Crystal City --Orc O"tser"Ted tc bc infected -it1i an aver. cre
of about four stable flies per animal on this dEte.

SC=4 (22 liomyia rracellaria

Texa.s D. C. Parman (Marclh 241): T Ija screw worm fly at 'U7- lde
on March 17. Cn the 16th the flies -ere noticeable alt-, anv a t u r a, c t i
substance (and on th,, 24th they 'become quite -,n iVoDut
50 Per Cent Of Irlies pre ;ent at exposures
One -as cl csorved c--q Febru-ry 12 but n-) m_)ro un'.il 1 ,arch 17.

DOU L 7 R Y
Der.- av:,c aq E]]2
,T MITE ae ;di)

T-_xas D. C. 10--rman ch 2 4): It -Tva"Lde se-icr-11 ir.fcstitions of th-D
chicken Mi4-e I p, V ._ i .1
> uo attentionn durin- mon-i o-F or
March. A very heavy iTrLesGE,,t 'cn -E.s cb --=; !d on March 2". Si't'n7hens -sre pC1.le frcm the locs cf lulccd, ana the '-atchf.n.F,
of egg-s I--as interferred -,Tith.
KI -'7? a--as Yoch)
YE N T k.-A 'n-til-,

Texas D C Pra r nri a n ', 11 -2 ch 2 4 Tln D un-usualle- cold -oather durir,2 thn
77;_1 nt er h s nc, Y tr-e f0"T1 tic! NO i nd J C-D t J onc
of r'.Ort a Iity'have thfilt 7'-Te unusii l and -,ct:L-7ity
c' tn,_ "LAck on ..'-rch 24 is ab -,ut. normal or albw;D. '17he 7-,Lnt -Jr
has not been rnark( d by e7tromt cold but there ha ,
L
continu,--d cold-, thi-, has apT-- r,_,ntly stirrul, .teJ ticr- to mo-re
than no:-m-tl 1 ti-rity thic sp-ir-, lozc of
_i_ has
oxreedea the nori-qal during the last t 7o

SmLC=GHT YLEA (_ _jj.nonhaF7a

Texas Par-nan (Narch 214): A fc',' (' -'_!Ys after a 10-i :n- fa!_L
UValde the stickt-:,oht flea erE., four
C, -a in chrd 01,. the c, r t'
side of a barn that -t floc1: 0--L:' lh )ns sn c
blew into this shed and the. ground 7as covr].-C d -for
'Y_




.... . .......





lg()7. Of
0 tl')c I_0u--t(,'-,,r T)u.,, n
.nd wa f-,rcH therc "'a <, -nl .c, from rh'ch thp --ere Collected

f'- -- + tr c", el t o t ho hen s. j 4- ej.
'C r 7 0 + 4.
ent (,n to d ,.4-e (-r.rch 24) the f :_c
--emedial mcn7,urez o "-e rescrtc' + 0.

'% -.,TZ (Ti- --Is

ncultr-,, -pe 'reported
+C
cn ,o_ in V-c.-o.-,; P ,riment z ,,,ticn lock at
01. 1. c,-re. An e--,mfn.-,t'icn c" tle --en in -h-'ch thi:;
A.
t
nt on, the 1)4 dc 1 p-ro. R, c f D r
L n: irmedi:,te step-, to t U 11 i f e 6a i r a c t"".
to cr-- .dic!-,te the mites.

H FC7r-OSCID ( !Znchia ma-jr,? 75i ct) n r 0 r 1 t e 1,
-u- y.' 1 3 Thi i ge -,)c)r t ed
h2re Mobile. rrmi, inect n:)t r*),3,r o e
_, Ply di stri ut: d th to -I e r-- ezent
-hic '-cu!itry, u,


T S 1 7 T 1 1 S E S A

7 11- 1 s

f- 7'7' "

o :i C)f one
lar ic' c di VJ -d
r. "n
t e t
i 4- c r c, -r tc d t. t c t, c -r',-e aestroyin 7-y



v
4-1-. p -003-4-o7 c r,, n c ^d r t-: of
cm 0, 1
4.
-'d i from R _Ioi,


.j 7r o n r ,xr att,_-ticn, I-ad
an -E, ),u (,)n,-, fef- 13, nc_ in goic"hi !-,nic'_n !,re
d-.- -,erndt,, s. 41,)or'SI, nd mcp bc. rd-t

-Jlr a -speci ess ot' terr.r.dte r,-ts r,-,-ort ed
's ci 4,Y.











71 -IT i 1 T] J,7L (Lr c 3,, me -z- i s !,,Tr,,y

Yi s i si P- i R, 77', Harned (Y-- rc -L 2'7): 7n h:, been re-rorted
frorq q7iite ; ). nu-iber af places the. --inter. nw7 1C)4 cnrr:,-iun-"1tier3 this St-,te th,-,.,t ; ,re 1,C) be
-L L "iE 1 'he '- !l cnd -int,:z cont-cl
p-a-"- on -.t 36 diff erent pl-c- s.

T)F. r%T (T'n e rr obi !- -Om e st iCL-, ,-Icl :.

Nebraska 71. S-enk (Lp r t e i Jpmuary a firm at Fr --,.mont
th, t hal-dl s a -ood de -,", of apor ztock complained that the silverfish Th ,,rjmo dcrcstica 17f.ls ea-ting the ed-es nd corner : of this to :uch P.n extent as to cause -,Dncider,, bLe
loss by making, it recess =7 to tvhru- ,, w-ay otherl-ise perfectly good stock.
AN, 1,-,T (Prenolepis ii-iiraris S y)

Illinois 11. R. Smith 23): This ant hac b .en not ed for the firzt
tiMO this sp.-in,-. The nests f irlv cons-nicucus on laTns,,
171hr=o the coil is not- tor- dry or- C:, -osed to Tnuch 1-1, ,:ed -forms can- be found in the n z;st dUring this mont"r ,nd

-k'- 7 A ITZ (-v7"-rmica fu ----,-, suosericea Say) Illinois F. Imitll -,r
1vi- ch 22)- Ants f this s-ecies rere nctcd for tne fir st- tiry)e this at Urbv-na. Workers ---erc seen
opening irp gnileries so!ne of their la, ,-e and untidy mound
nests on 1--,-n hore. T1iis is an occasional house

inter.iectus 7-,yr.

Illinois Mt. R. Smf-th (V-1rc"--, 21 S exed f orm-- of t hi S s Pc c 10 s have
a c feared Iny the hu=1rck's in some house-, and greenhouses h ,,r
at Urbana ana ci-ased much annoyance to thc, property
,,inP-3d forms r7ero noted particularly during J,---iuc-.ry and 2ebru -TVI
.1he nests acc-paar to be, in the ground bene(at111 t1he -Thto
workers are subiu-erraneanhence do no-t- Five j,--cuble 1-c hcu--r
ke e-pers of fora, inc 'r-bits.

H 9j FS F u s c a d om E z t* i C P T,

Texas "E. 71. 1raake t:,.ro-,iph 1!', C. 3ish-o-p-0 (February 2-7): House flies
L i
aro. breedinF in considerr:o1e numbers around a locally p ck1np
houin plant. Trapr-* set -i-lv-h hou 3n-fly bait cau,71(it sover.-"ll thousand SpCcinlenl", in a :nort +---ime. Practi-ca11 0
h-ve seen in





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S I T J U T 1 0 U S T 0 S T C P P-R 0 D, U T S

BEAN -Cotentus

TT
r t c t r er c,,T t 0 d n n j t o r e
c I 7P

ST&RED-ZRATIT 7 --':'-PS

(A'Pril 1): Stor3d-,r-rtin pests hn ve on ,---o
le s s th n normally t ro77.10 1 e, some
-7