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Sec. 301.48-6a list of true bulbs, corms, and tubers exempted from Japanese beetle certification
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B.E.P.Q. ;
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List of true bulbs, corms, and tubers exempted from Japanese beetle certification
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2 p. : ; 27 cm.
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English
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Strong, Lee A
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Washington, D.C
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Bulbs (Plants) -- United States   ( lcsh )
Corms -- United States   ( lcsh )
Tubers -- United States   ( lcsh )
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"May 5, 1940."
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"Lee A. Strong, Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine"--P. 2.

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UNITED STATES DE!ARTMM.T OF AGRICTJLTUIE
Bureau of Entomolog, and Plant qw-rantine
Washington, D. 0.
May 5, 1940.
B. E. P. Q. 394, Revised

Sec. 301.4-6a, LIST OFi TRUE BULBS, CORMS, AND TUBERS
EXMPTED FROM JApAEns2 BEtIE CERTIFICATION

Under regulation 6, A(l), of quarantine No. 48 (Sec. 301.)4g-6),
true bulbs, corms, and tabors are exempted from Japanese beetle certifi-
cation when dormant, except for storage growth, and when free from soil.
The exemption includes single dahlia tubers or small dahlia root di-
visions when free from stems, cavities, and soil. Dahlia tubers, other
than single tubers meetiner these conditions, require certification.

The following list of bulbs, corms, and tubers, issued for the
information of inspectors of tha Bureau and for the use of shippers
within the regulated -re-s, is revised to include Gloriosa rothschil-
diana and two s-oecies of Corydalis, and to list the species of bulbous
Anemone.

The key letter in 9 before etch name indicates whether
the variety in question t3 a true bulb, corm, or tuber, (B) standing
for true bulb, (C) for ce, a (T ) for tuber. Plant roots of a bul-
bous nature not giver. or- tl list are, in most cases, fleshy rhizomes,
and are therefore not exc.-- from certification.

(C) Acidanther-.
(T) Alstroeria
(P) Amaryl1is
(C) Aor-hophnrllus (Devilstonaue)
(B) Anemone nerorosa, A. ranunculoides,
A. trifo2i,
(C) Antholyza
(C) Babiana.
(T) Bezonia (tuberous rooted)
(T) Boussingaultia (Madeira vine)
(C) Brodiaea
(B) BulbQcodium
(C) Calochortus (Mariposs lily or Globe-tulip)
(3) Camassia (wild hyacinth)
(3) Chionodoxa (GI ory-of-the-snow)
(B) Colchicum (Autumn-crocus)
(T) Colocasia (C'.ladium esculentum and fancy-
leaved varieties)
(B) Cooperia (Evening Star end Rainlily)
(B) Corydalis bulbosa, C. tuberosa
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(C) Crocus
(C) Cyclamen
(T) Dahlia (see statement in introductory
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(C) Dierama ...
(T) Dicsccrea b-tatas (Cinnamon vine)
(T) Eranthis (,W-'nter-aconite).
(B) Erythronium (Trcutlily or Dog-tooth riolet)
(B) Euchrri3 (Amazonlily)
(C) Freesia
(2) Frit 1! fa (Fritillknry)
(2) Galanth-uc (Snowdrop)
(B) 'nito, a (Hyacinthus caudicans) (Summer hyacinth)
(C) Gladi o1"s
(T) Glorios.-L r,3thschildinaa
(T) GIoxinil (aee Sinningia)
(E.) Hippe strum (#use-amar4l1is)
(B) Hyacinthus (Mvcil;th, D tch, and Roman)
(B) -Hymenocn llic- (Spiderlily)
(B) iris, bulbous (lhtch, Spanish, and English)
(B) Ismen '(See kymenocllis)
(B) Ixia
(B) Ixiolirion
(B) Lachenalia (Cape-cowslip)
(.) Lapeyr ousizt. (Ariorvtheca)
(B) Ijeuco jur (Snowfl..ke)
(B) Lilium (Lily 'j ubs, imported .nd domestic)
(B) Lycoris (Cluster-mnarylis)
(B) 1il1 (Mexic!-n-stcr)
(B) Muscpxri (Grr.pe- rtnd feathered-hyacinths)
(B) Narbissus (D.ffodi1, J6nquil)
(B) lYorine
(B) Orihnithogalur (Star-of-Bethlehem)
(B) OxIi s
(B) Pncrp tium
(B) Poli nthes (Tubercse"
(B) Pvschkinia
(T) Ranuncu u s
(3) Sci].l-. (Squill, St-,:rhyacinth)
(T) Sinninia sreciosa (Gloxinia)'
(C) Sparaxis (Wandflower)
(B) Sprekelia (St. Jmeslily)
(B) Sternbergia
(13) Tigridini (Tigerflower or Shellflower)
(C) Tritonia (Montbretia)
(3) T(alipa (Tulin)
(B) Vallct: (Sca-rboro-lily)
(B) Watsonia (Buglelily)
(T) Zantedezchia (Richardia) (C..lla, white,
yellow, spo(tted; arumlily)
(B) Zephyranthes (Zephyrlily)


(Sec. 301.4s-6) [B. E. P. Q. 394, Revised., effective May 5,

LE A. STRONG,
Chief, Bureau of Yntomology and Plant Qua


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