The Insect pest survey bulletin

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Title:
The Insect pest survey bulletin
Physical Description:
v. : maps ; 26 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of Entomology
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Publisher:
Bureau of Entomology, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C.
Publication Date:
Frequency:
monthly, mar-nov. plus annual[1926-]
monthly, apr.-nov.[ former 1922-1925]
monthly, may-nov.[ former 1921]

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Subjects / Keywords:
Insect pests -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Entomology -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )

Notes

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 030368280
oclc - 08816534
lccn - sn 86033699
Classification:
lcc - QL1 .I56
System ID:
AA00023228:00202

Full Text




THE INSECT PEST SURVEY

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Volume 15 Supplement Number 2


BUREAU OF

ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

UNITED STATES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

AND

THE STATE ENTOMOLOGICAL

AGENCIES COOPERATING




LBSRARY
STATE PLANT BOARD








INSECT PEST SURVEY BULLETIN



Vol. 15 SunPlement No. 2



THE TWO BROODS OF PERIODICAL CICADA SCHEDULED TO APPEAR IN 1935


Brood IX of the periodical Oicpia will apepr in 1935. This is a
well defined brood in southern West Virginia, western Virginia, and extrer.e
northwestern North Carolina, with scattered records throughout the remainder
of West Virginia and eastward. into northern Virginia and Maryland. Even
less nositive records of single yepr's annearances of this brood have been
made for northern Chio, southwestern Michigan, and northern Indiana, and
Martha's Vineyard, Mass. The last was only recorded in 1833.

The unsubstantiated theory of acceleration or.retardation of certain
individuals of any given brood might account for some of these scattered
records. This brood was first recorded in 1833 and has been recorded at
every subsequent period of an'earance. A. D. Hookins, by a survey carried
on in 1901, did most to delimit the range of this interesting brood which
nearly exactly fills the gap between the three foci of brood X, the largest
brood of the 17 year race due to appear in 1936.

Following is a list of all the records available to the Insect Pest
Survey on the occurrence of this brood. Under each State the counties
(underlined) are arranged alphabeticallr and under each countr the towns
are arranged alohabeticallv. The numerals following 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 or
towns. Counties or to-ns without drtes are froir records of the brood with-
out giving any narticular year of a-oearance.

Brood IX. 1333, 150, 1867, 18E, 1901, IclS.

INDIANA.
Boone, Lebanon 18g4; Blackford, Hartford City 1891; DeKalb, Stafford
1901; Lake, Cedar Lake 18E4.

MARYLAND.
Baltimore, Beltimore 1018; Garrett, Oakland 1901.

MASSACHUSETTS.
Dukes 1S33.

MICHIGAN.
Cass, Edwardsburg l01; Newaygo 1901.


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NORTH CAROLINA.
Allegheny, Elk Creek 18i4, Edwards Crossroads 1901, Roseland 1901,
Vox 101l; Ashe 1901; Moore, Southern Pines 1918; Surry 1901, 1918;
Wilkes, Wilkesboro 1850, 1867, 1901; Yadkin 1901.

OHIO.
Cuyahoga, Bedford 1901; Medina, Seville 18S4, Medina Trm. 1884.

VIRGINIA.
Alexandria, Maywood 1915; Bland, 1850, 1867, 1lS.-; Buchanan, Grundy
1901; Carroll, WasT 1901, Woodlawn 1901, Waltz 1901; Craig, New-
castle 1884; Fairfax, Grept Falls 1918; Franklin 1884, Ferram 1901,
Sydnorsville 1901; Giles 1"gh; Grayson 1867, 18 h; Henry 1850,
1867, 1ggh; Lee, Ewing 1901; Louqoun*; *Iontgomery 1901; Patrick,
Puckett 1901, Woolwine o1lg; Pulaski 1850, 1867, Igs4, New River
Depot 1901, Newbern 1884; Roanoke 18g4, Salem 1901; Smyth 1850,
1867, igg4, Holstein Mills 1901, SugPr Grove 1901; Tazewell 1850,
1867, 18si; Washington, Farris 1901; Wise Pound 1867; Wythe 1884,
Wytheville 1901, 1918.

WEST VIRGINIA.
Barbour 1901; Berkeley 1901; Boone 1901; Braxton 1901; Cla 1901;
Fayette 1867, lggh, Deenwater 1901, Oak Hill 1884; Greenbrier 1867,
184h; Hamoshire 1901; Hardy 1901; Harrison 1901; Jackson 1901;
Jefferson 1901; Kanawha 1001; Logan 1901; Marshall 101; Mason
1901; Mercer, Athens 188h, Elkins 1884, Oakvale 1834; Monongalia
1901; Monroe "and adjoining counties", 1833, 1850, Greenbrier 1884;
Nickolas 1901; Pleasants QO1; Pocahontas 1i01, Buckeye 1884;
Precton 1884, 1901, Lewisburv 1884; Putnam 1901; Raleigh, Citie
1867, 188E, 1901, Prosoerity 1884, Raleigh (C. H.) 1884, Roxie
1884, Sunflow"er 1884, Table Rock 1884; Randoloh, Kingsville 1901;
Roane 1901; SumTers, Clayton 1884, Indian Mills 1I84; Tucker 1901;
Tyler 1901; Uoshur 1901; Webster 1901; Wetzel 10l1; Wood 1901;
Wyoming 1001.



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Brood XXI of the tredecim race is very oroblematical. Three suc-
cessive aopearances were recorded in the extreme northwestern oprt of
Florida, 18gL, 1857, and 1870. There was a single record of the ao-oerance
of this brood in 1883 and 1996 in South Carolina and Louisiana, resoectively.
The brood was not recorded in O190 and in 1922 only two snecimens were seen,
both at Pelahatchie, Miss. Following is a list of all the records available
to the Insect Pest Survey on the occurrence of this brood:

Brood XXI. lgh8', 1857, 1S70, 18g3 (1896), (1909), 1922.

ALABAMA.
Lauderdale*; Mobile, Mobile 170.

FLORIDA.
Northwestern oart 1870; Gadsden 184h, 1857; Jackson l41 1857;
Washington lg84, 1857.

LOUISIANA.
Livingston, Whitehall 1896.

MISSISSIPPI.
Eastern eort 1870; Jackson*; Tishomningo*; Ranli-n, Pelahatchie 1922.

NORTH CAROLINA.
Davie 1870; Iredell 1870.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Barnwell, Mprtin IS53.

TENNESSEE.
Hardin 1922, Savannah 170.



* Recorded in U. S. D. A. Bur. Ent. 3. 71, 1923.







TABLE OF COINCIDENCE

OF BROODS OF PERIODICAL CICADA
I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX x XI II IIII II IT xVI1 XVI
XVIII 1776
xIx 1777
1X 1791 1778
XXI 1792 1779
XII 1793 1780
XXIII 1794 1781
XXIT 1808 1795 1782
XT 1809 1796 1783
XVI 1810 1797 11784
XXVII 1811 1798 1785
XXI II 1825 1812 1799 1786
XXIX 1826 1813 1800 1787
S1827 1814 1801 1788
XVIII I18 1815 1802 1789
XIX j1e42 1829 1815 18 3 1790
XX 1l43 g18 0 1817 180L
XXI 18014 1831 1818 o160
XXIT 1815 1832 1819 1806
XXIII 1I59 1846 1833 1220 1307
XXIv 1860 1847 1834 1821
XXV 1861 1848 1835 1822
xxvI 1S62 18149 1536 18s3
XXVII 1876 1863 1550 1837 1824
XXVIII 1877 1861 :851 1838
XX 1878Is 1865 1852 1839
XX 1879 1806 1853 1840
XVIII 1893 880s 1867 1855 1841
xix 189k g 181 1868 1855
Xx 1695 1882 le6q 1856
XXI 1596 1883 1870 1857
xxII 1910 1997 !sA1 1871 1858
zzI 1911 1898 1 85 1872
XXIT 1912 1899 1886 1873
xxv 1913 1900 1887 18741
XzzX 1927 1914 1901 1888 1875
XXVII 1928 1915 1902 s8
XXvzII I 1929 1916 1903 1890
XXIX 1o30 1917 1901 1891
XXX 1931. 1931 1918 1905 1892
XTIII 1945 1932 1919 1906
XI 1946 1933 1920 1907
SX 1947 193 1921 1908
xxI 1961 1948 1935 1922 1909
xxII 1962 1949 1936 1923
AXII 1963 1950 1937 1924
XXzT 1961 1951 1938 1925
XvI 1965 1952 1939 1926
xxn 1966 1953 19o
XXVII 1967 1951 1941
XXVIII 1968 1955 1942
xXIx 1969 1956 1943
xz 1970 1957
XVIII 1971 1958
XIn 1972 1959
xx 1973 960




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