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July 1948 United States Department of Agriculture .-y,
Agricultural Research Administration
LIBRARY Bureau of Enitomology and Plant Quarantine
ATE PLANT BOARD
ENTOMOLOGICAL (9-SERIES) PUBLICATIONS 195 TO 738

Compiled by Division of Insect Pest Survey and Information


This list and index include the E publications that were issued
from February 1940 to the end of 1947.


S-495. Brief Presentation of the Characteristics, Contaminants,
Processing, and Uses of Beeswax. Geo. H. Vansell
and C. S. Bisson. February 1940.

E-496. The Use of Derris and Cube Washes in the Control of Cattle
Grubs. R. W. Wells. February 1940.

E-497. The Use of Oil or Oil Containing Pyrethrins for Earwornm
Control in Sweet Corn. Geo. W. Barber. February 1940.

E-498. A Cattle Fly Trap for the Control of Horn Flies. W. G. Bruce.
March 1940.

E-499. Control of Insects on Growing Tobacco Plants of the Flue-
Cured Type. W. A. Shands, Norman Allen, and J. U. Gilmore.
May 1940.

E-500. Weevils Which May Attack the Bases and Roots of Conifers
in the Lake States, and Methods of Preventing Injury.
H. J. MacAloney. May 1940.

E-501. Suggested Control Recommendations for Tobacco Insects on
Sun-Grown Cigar-Type Tobacco in the Georgia and Florida
Producing Region. F. S. Chamberlln. May 1940.

E-502. The Periodical Cicada, Brood XIV. J. A. Hyslop. May 1940.

E-503. Methods Used To Combat the White-Fringed Beetles. Division
of Domestic Plant Quarantines. June 1940.

E-504. A List of Commercially Available Detergents, Wetting,
Dispersing, and Emulsifying Agents. H. L. Cupples.
June 1940.

B-505. The White-Fringed Beetle. L. J. Padget and K. S. Littig.
July 1940.

E-506. Investigations in Control of Hemipterous Cotton Insects in
Arizona by the Use of Insecticides. T. P. Cassidy and
T. C. Barber. July 1940.


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E-507. The Bulb Scale Mite. Charles F. Doucette. July 1940.

Z-508. Concentrated Spray Mixtures and Their Application by
Ground and Aerial Equipment as Compared With Standard
Spraying and Dusting Methods. S. F. Potts. July 1940.

E-509. Bibliography of the Codling Moth, 1935. F. M. Wadley.
July 1940.

E-510. Some Deterrents as a Control for the Melonfly. Ralph H. Marlowe.
September 1940.

E-511. Standard Method for the Distillation of Geraniol. Louis
Koblitsky and R. D. Chisholm. September 1940.

E-512. Fumigation of Bulk Soil ith Methyl Bromide for the White-
Fringed Beetle in New Orleans. E. M. Livingstone.
September 1940.

E-513. Methyl Bromide Fumigation of the White-Fringed Beetle Larva
in Small Flowerpots in New Orleans. E. M. Livingstone.
September 1940.

E-514. Abstracts of Recent Foreign and Domestic Patents Relating to
Derris, Lonchocarpus, Tephrosia, and Rotenone. R. C. Roark.
October 1940.

E-516. The Effectiveness of Concentrated Sprays in the Control of
Certain Forest Insects. S. F. Potts. November 1940.

E-516. The Work of the Division of Insecticide Investigations,
1927-1939. R. C. Roark. November 1940.

E-517. Conversion Tables and Equivalents for Use in Work Relating
to Insect Control. R. H. Nelson. November 1940.

E-518. The Function of Tannin in Host-Parasite Relationships With
Special Reference to Ribes and Cronarti Ribicola.
H. R. Offord. November 1940.

E-519. Control of the Pale Western Cutworm in the Southern Great
Plains Region. H. H. Walkden. December 1940.

E-520. Ranch Management for Screwworm Prevention and Eradication
in Texas and Adjoining States. Daniel C. Parm and WilliaX L.
Barrett, Jr. January 1941.

E-521. Methyl Bromide Fumigation of Imported Perishable Food Products.
Randall Latta. January 1941.





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422. Physiologic Races of Puccinja rajinij in the United States
in 1939. E. C. Stakman and W. Q. Loegering. January 1941.

E-522A. Physiologic Races of Pcrinia raminis in the United States
in 1940. E. C. Stakman, t. Q. Loegering, and Ralph U. Cotter.
June 1942.

E-522B. Physiologic Races of Puccinia Praminis in the United States
in 1941. E. C. Stakman and W. Q. Loegering. June 1942.

E-522C. Physiologic Races of Puccinia graminis in the United States
in 1942. E. C. Stakonan and IV. Q. Loegering. April 1943.

9-523. Controlling Grubs of the Southern Green June Beetle in Lawns.
W. R. Walton. January 1941.

E-524. Insect Enemies of House Plants and Their Control. G. V. Johnson.
January 1941.

E-525. The Use of Oil or Oil Containing Insecticides for Earworm
Control in Sweet Corn. Geo. W. Barber. January 1941.

E-526. Methyl Bromide Fumigation of Greenhouse Plants at the U. S.
Plant Introduction Garden, Glenn Dale, Md. Randall Latta,
and William H. Cowgill. January 1941.

E-527. The Raisin Moth on Grapes. George H. Kaloostian, Dwight F.
Barnes, Charles K. Fisher, and Perez Simmons. February 1941.

E-528. Insects and Spiders Found in Spanish Moss, Gin Trash, and
Woods Trash, and on Wild Cotton. C. F. Rainwater.
February 1941.

E-529. Some Effects of Temperature, Relative Humidity, Confinement,
and Type of Food on Queen Bees in Mailing Cages. A. W.
Woodrow. March 1941.

E-530. Contact Insecticides for Chinch Bug Control on Corn. E. V.
Walter and Curtis Benton. March 1941.

E-531. The Use of Pollen Traps and Pollen Supplements in Developing
Honeybee Colonies. C. W. Schaefer and C. L. Farrar.
October 1946.

E-532. The Potato and Tomato Psyllid. R. L. Wallis. March 1941.

E-533. Cotton Root Aphids and Their Control. C. F. Rainwater.
March 1941.

E-534. Steam Treatment of Orchard Boxes To Destroy Codling Moth Larvae*
F. P. Dean and E. J. Newcomer. April 1941.





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E-535. Parlatoria chinensis Marlattp a Scale Insect Recently
Discovered in the United States. Division of Domestic
Plant Quarantines in cooperation with the Division of
Insect Identification. April 1941.

-536. The Role of Pollen in the Economy of the Hive. Frank E. Todd
and Roy K. Bishop. December 1946.

K-637. A Review of Information on Anabasine. R. C. Roark. April
1941.

Z-538. Dusting for Boll Weevil and Cotton Aphid Control* Floyd F. Bondy
and C. F. Rainwater. April 1941.

Z-539. A Second List of Organic Sulfur Compounds Used as Insecticides.
D. L. Vivian and Fred Acree, Jr. April 1941.

E-540. A Mew Remedy for the Prevention and Treatment of Screwworm
Infestations of Livestock. Roy Melvin, C. L. Smith,
H. E. Parish, and W. L. Barrett, Jr. May 1941.

E-541. Control of Dog Fly Breeding in Beach Deposits of Marine Grasses.
S. W. Simmons and 1. E. Dove. June 1941.

1-442. Control of Dog Fly Breeding in Peanut Litter. W. E. Dove
and S. W. Simmons. June 1941.

-;543. Further Results from Airplane Dusting in Arizona for Hemipterous
Cotton Insect Control, Crop Season of 1940. T. P. Cassidy
and T. C. Barber. June 1941.

E-544. Toxicity of Pyrethrins I and II in Kerosene to the American
Cockroach. E. R. McGovran, E. L. Mayer, and Fred Acree, Jr.
August 1941.

E-545. A Aeport of Investigations of the Extent and Cause of Heavy
Losses of Adult Honeybees in Utah. A. P. Sturtevant,
G. F. Knowlton, J. D. Hitchcock, G. H. Vansell, E. C. Hoist,
and W. P. Nye. August 1941.

E-546. An Experimental Cooperative Commiunity Program for the Cultural
Control of Bugs of the Genus Lya on Alfalfa Seed Crops in
the Mohawk Area of Arizona in 1939 and 1940. Loyd L. Stittff.
August 1941.

E-547. The Corn Earworm on Lima Beans and Its Control. Loyd W. Brannon.
August 1941.

E-548. Phthalonitrile as an Insecticide. M. C. Swingle, J. B. Gahan,
and A. M. Phillips. September 1941.





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1-549. 1,4-Diphenyl Senmicarbazide as an Insecticide. J. B. Gahan,
M. C. Single, and A. M. Phillips. September 1941.

E-550. 2-Aminoazobenzene Hydrochloride As an Insecticide. A. M.
Phillips, M. C. Swingle., J. B. Gahan, and E. R. McGovran.
September 1941.

1-551. Progress Report on Studies of Meffiyeni (Boh.)
in the Tuna Valley of Arizona. William C. McDuffie.
September 1941.

E-552. A Progress Report on Investigations of Insects Affecting
Sugar Beets Grown for Seed in Arizona and New Mexico.
Orin A. Hills and Van E. Romney. October 1941.

E-553. Carbon Disulphide Fumigation of Bulk Potting Soil for the
White-Fringed Beetle. E. M. Livingstone and J. M. McGough.
October 1941.

E-554. The Potato Tuber Worm. Division of Truck Crop and Garden
Insect Investigations. October 1941.

E-555. Effect of Itbylene Dichloride Emulsion on Peach Trees.
Oliver I. Snapp. November 1941.

E-556. Suggestions for Wireworm Control in California. Roy E. Campbell.
January 1942.

E-557. Laboratory and Field Tests of Toxicity of Some Organic
Compounds to the European Corn Borer. S. I. Gertler,
L. E. Smith, and D. L. Vivian. December 1941.

E-558. Dichloroethyl Ether for the Control of the Plum Curculio
on Peach. Oliver I. Snapp. February 1942.

E-559. May Beetles, or June Bugs, on Pecan in Louisiana. W. C. Pierce.
February 1942.

E-560. Suggested Reductions in Rotenone Content of Insecticide
Dust Mixtures Applied to Vegetables. Division of Truck
Crop and Garden Insect Investigations. February 1942.

E-561. A Review of Information on Nornicotine. L. N. Markwood.
March 1942.

E-562. The Use of Derris and Cube Washes and Dista in thi Control
of Cattle Grubs. R. W. Wells and E. W. ljra Parch 1942.

E-563. A Review of Methods for the Chemical Analysis of Rotenone-
Bearing Plants. Howard A. Jones. April 1942.





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E-564. Some New or Little-Used Insecticides Worthy of Further
Testing. R. C. Roark. April 1942.

E-565. k-Phenylazoaniline As an Insecticide. M. C. Swingle,
J. B. Gahan, and A. M. Phillips. April 1942.

E-566. Control of the Boll Weevil on Sea-Island Cotton Under
Florida Conditions. C. S. Rude. April 1942.

E-567. The Beet Leafhopper and Its Control on Beets Grown for
Seed in Arizona and New Mexico. Van E. Romney.
May 1942.

E-568. The Red Turpentine Beetle, ft Pest of Conifers in the
California Region. Donald DeLeon. May 1942.

E-569. Control of Cotton Insects. Division of Cotton Insect
Investigations. June 1942.

E-570. The Utilization of Parasites for Reducing Oriental Fruit
Moth Injury to Peaches. H. W. Allen. June 1942.

E-571. A List of Plants Reported to Contain Rotenone or Rotenoids.
Howard A. Jones. June 1942.

E-572. The Toxicity of the Natural Bitter Substances, Quassin,
Tenulin, Helenalin, and Picrotoxin, and Some of Their
Derivatives to Certain Insects. E. R. McGovran,
E. L. Mayer, and E. P. Clark. June 1942.

E-573. Russian-Thistle As a Summer Host Plant of the Beet Leaf-
hopper in the San Joaquin Valley, California, and
Methods of Reducing Its Acreage. F. R. Lawson, W. C. Cook,
G. T. York and R. L. Piemeisel. July 1942.

E-574. Equipment Available for Applying Concentrated Sprays.
S. F. Potts. July 1942.

1-575. A Chemical Study of the Preparation and Stability of
Aqueous Methyl Bromide Solutions. R. D. Chisholm
and L. Koblitsky. September 1942.

E-576. Methyl Bromide solution Studies: Collar Treatments for
Nursery Stock. Heber C. Donohoe. September 1942.

E-577. The Sugar-Beet Root Aphid and Suggestions To Aid in
Controlling It in California. M. F. Bowen.
September 1942.

E-578. Baits and Traps for the Control of Tobacco and Tomato Hornworms.
L. B. Scott and Joe Milam. September 1942.





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"-579. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
from Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part 1I Collembola, Orthoptera,
Dermaptera, Odonata, Isoptera, Corrodentia, and Mallophaga.
R. C. Roark. October 1942.

E-580. Phenoxathiin-A Promising Insecticide. Lloyd E. Smith.
November 1942.

E-581. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
From Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part IIs Thysanoptera. R. C. Roark.
December 1942.

E-582. Never Issued.

E-583. The Prevention of Dog Fly and Housefly Breeding in Waste
Celery. S. W. Simmons and E. B. Blakeslee. December
1942.

E-584. The Dependence of Agriculture on the Beekeeping Industry-
A Review. Division of Bee Culture. December 1942.

E-585. Laboratory Tests with Organic Compounds As Larvicides for
Culex quinguefasciatus Say& R. C. Bushland and W. V. King.
January 1943.

E-586. The Toxicity of Certain Organic Compounds to Young Screwworm
Larvae. Roy Melvin, Raymond C. Bushland, and Charles L. Smit4.
March 1943.

E-587. A New Oil-Emulsion Mosquito Larvicide. E. F. Knipling,
C. M. GJullin, and W. W. Yates. April 1943.

E-588. The Field Status of Parasites of the European Corn Borer
at the Close of 1941. Charles A. Clark. March 1943.

E-589. The Control of the Tomato rruitworm, the Tomato Pinworm,
the Tomato Russet Mite, and Hornworms. Joseph Wilcox
and J. C. Elmore. April 1943.

E-590. The Beet Leafhopper in Relation to the Production of Garden
Beet Seed in Central California. H. E. Wallace,
G. T. York, and W. C. Cook. April 1943.

E-591. Recommendations for Control of Caterpillars on Cabbage
in the South Under Present Wartime Conditions.
W. J. Reid, Jr. April 1943.

E-592. Tests of Chemical Compounds Against Fabric Insects.
Wallace Colman. April 1943.








E-593. A Review of the Insecticidal
from Derris, Lonchocarpus
and Related Plants. Part
May 1943.

E-594. A Review of the Insecticidal
from Derris, Lonchocarpus
and Related Plants. Part
May 1943.


Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
(Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
III. Homoptera. R. C. Roark.


Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
(Cube and Tiabo), Tephrosia,
IV: Hemiptera. R. C. Roark.


E-595. Parlatoria ohinensis Marlatts Howard Baker, Nathan Stabler,
A. C. Johnson, Lloyd Adams, and R. C. Froeschner. May 1943.
Supplement June 1943.

E-596. The European Corn Borer and Its Control in Dahlias. C. H.
Batchelder, D. D. Questel, and A. V. Cosensa. June 1943.

E-597. Insecticidal Uses of Nicotine and Tobacco. A Condensed
Summary of the Literature, 1690-1934. N. E. Mclndoo.
May 1943.


E-598. A Review of the Insecticidal
from Derris, Lonchocarpus
and Related Plants. Part
June 1943.


Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
(Cube and Tiubo), Tephrosia,
V: Anoplura. R. C. Roark.


E-599. Damage to Ponderosa Pine Lumber and Bustic Poles by the
Black-Horned Pine Borer. John 2. Miller. June 1943.

E-600. Fumigation of Sweetpotatoes with Methyl Bromide for the
Destruction of the Sweetpotato Weevil. G. L. Phillips
and 8. S. Easter. August 1943.

E-601. Methyl Bromide Fumigation. Division of Control Investigations.
September 1943.

E-602. Rotenone Reduced in Dusts for Cattle Grub Treatments.
Division of Insects Affecting Man and Animals.
September 1943.

E-603. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
from Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part VI: Coleoptera. R. C. Roark.
October 1943.

E-604. Hydrocyanic Acid As a Fumigant for the Japanese Beetle.
Walter I. Fleming and Emory D. Burgess. October 1943.





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E-605, Colonization of the Organism Causing Milky Disease, of Japanese
Beetle Larvae. R. T. ,;hite and P. J. McCabe. October 1943.

E-606. Summary of Yields Obtained in Field-Plot Experiments
Conducted From 1920 to 1942, Inclusive, at Tallulah, La.,
for the Control of Cotton Insects. R. C. Gaines.
December 1943.

E-607. Proprietary Surface-Active Agents of Possible Use in
Insecticide Preparations. H. L. Cupples. October
1943.

E-608. An Improved Curculio Jarring Sheet. Oliver I. Snapp
and Julius P. Hollon. December 1943.

E-609. Field Tests with Insecticides to Control the European Corn
Borer in Early Market Sweet Corn at Toledo, Ohio in
1943. D. D. Questel. January 1944.

E-610. Uses and Dosages of Cryolite for Insect Control. Division
of Truck Crop and Garden Insect Investigations.
January 1944.

E-611. Closed Figs in Relation to Insect Attack and Disease
Infection. Perez Simmons and Charles K. Fisher.
January 1944.

E-612. Laboratory Tests of Toxicity of Some Organic Compounds
to the European Corn Borer, 1941-1943. D. D. Questel
and S. I. Gertler. February 1944.

E-613. The Control of the Two-Spotted Mite on Lima Beans in
California. john C. Elmore. February 1944.

E-614. Methyl Bromide Fumigation of Nursery Stock for the Oriental
Fruit Moth. Randall Latta and A. C. Johnson. February
1944.

E-615. Notes on the Biology of the Japanese Beetle. I. M. Hawley.
April 1944.

E-616. Notes on the Life History and Other Factors Affecting
Control of the Grape Leaf Folder. Dwight F. Barnes.
April 1944.

E-6171 Identification of Physiologic Races of Puncinia Arminis
tritici. E. C. Stakman, M. N. Levine, and W. Q. Loegering.
May 1944.

E-618. Methyl Bromide as an Insect fumigant-A Review of the
Literature Through 1940. R. L. Busbey. May 1944.





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X-619. Styrene Dibromide: A Substitute for Pyrethrum in Inseeti-
cidal Oil Used for Control of Earworms in Sweet Corn.
G. W. Barber and J. Wilcox. May 1944.

E-620. Laboratory Tests of Toxicity of Some Organic Compounds to
the European Corn Borer, January-March 1944. D. D.
Questel, C. V. Bowen, and S. I. Gertler. May 1944.

E-621. Preliminary Tests of Synthetic Organic Compounds as Insecti-
cides. Part I. M. C. Swingle, A. M. Phillips, and
J. B. Gahan. July 1944.

E-622. Influence of Temperature on Effectiveness of Lead Arsenate
Against Larvae of the Japanese Beetle in the Soil.
Walter E. Fleming and Warren W. Maines. July 1944.

E-623. Preparation and Use of Dusts, Sprays, Washes, and Dips
Containing Rotenone for the Destruction of Cattle Grubs.
Division of Insects Affecting Man and Animals. August
1944.

E-624. Influence of Temperature on the Effectiveness of DDT,
and the Comparative Toxicity of DDT and Lead Arsenate
to Larvae of the Japanese Beetle in Soil. Walter E.
Fleming and Warren W. Marines. September 1944.

E-625. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Hotenone and Rotenoids
From Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part VII: Lepidoptera. R. C. Roark.
October 1944.

E-626. An Aqueous solution of Ethylene Dichloride for Fumigation
of Japanese Beetle Larvae in Soil. R. D. Chishola,
L. Koblitsky, A. C. Mason, and L. W. Coles. October
1944.

E-627. Tests of New Insecticides Against the Pepper Weevil at
Alhambra, California. Roy E. Campbell. October 1944.

E-623. Tests of DDT Mixtures Against Codling Moth Larvae.
L. F. Steiner, S. A. Summerland, C. H. Arnold, and
J. E. Fahey. November 1944.

E-629. Methods of Making a Concentrated Trunk Spray for Destroying
Codling Moth Larvae. F. W. Carlson and M. A. Others.
November 1944.

F-630. A Ueview of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
from Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part VIII: Hymenoptera. R. C. Roark.
December 1944.





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N-631. A Digest of the Literature on DDT Through April 30, 1944.
R. C. Roark and N. E. Mclndoo. December 1944.

E-632. The Tobacco Moth as a Pest in Growers' Pack Houses in
North Carolina and Virginia. C. F. Stahl and W. A.
Thomas. February 1945.

E-633. A New Remedy for Fleece Worms. C. S. Rude, C. L. Smith,
and H. E. Parish. February 1945.

E-634. Preliminary Tests of Synthetic Organic Compounds as Insecti-
cides. Part II. M. C. Swingle, J. B. Gahan, and A. N.
Phillips. February 1945.

E-635. Memorandum of Information on Insecticides Used Against
Lyus Bugs on Sugar Beets Grown for Seed. Orin A. Hills.
February 1945.

E-636. A Review of Information on Anabasine and Nornicotine,
1938-1944. (Supplement to E-537 and E-561.) R. C. Roark.
March 1945.

E-637. Results of Tests With DDT Against Fruit Insects in 1944.
Howard Baker and B. A. Porter. March 1945.

E-638. Device for Picking Up Peach Drops. Oliver I. Snapp and
Thomas J. Jones. March 1945.

E-639. Preliminary Tests With New Compounds Against Larvae of the
Tobacco and Tomato Hornworms. C. F. Stahl, W. A. Shands,
F. S. Chamberlin, and L. B. Scott. March 1945.

E-640. Experiments With DDT for Control of Insects Attacking
Cereal and Forage Crops in the Field and in Storage.
C. M. Packard. March 1945.

E-641. Tests of DDT Against the Insect Pests of Stored Seed, Grain,
and Milled Cereal Products. R. T. Cotton, J. C. Frankenfeld,
H. H. Walkden, and R. B. Schwitzgebel. March 1945.

E-642. A Summary of the Results of the Work With DDT Conducted
by the Division of Truck Crop and Garden Insect Investi-
gations During the Season of 1944. W. H. White.
March 1945.

E-643. Formulation of DDT Sprays and Dusts. R. D. Chisholm.
March 1945.

E-644. Experiments With DDT Conducted by State Agricultural Experiment
Stations, Agricultural Colleges, and Other Non-Federal
Research Organizations. March 1945. (Parts a to v.)





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E-645, Results of Tests Made With DDT Against the Japanese
Beetle in 1944. C. H. Hadley and W. E. Fleming.
March 1945.

E-646. Nicotine Insecticides. Part I. New Metal-Nicotine
Compounds. E. L. Mayer, J. B. Gahan, and C. R. Smith.
March 1945.

E-647. DDT for Control of the Sugarcane Borer, the Rice Stinkbug,
and a Grass Webworm. J. W. Ingram, E. K. Bynum, W. E.
Haley, and L. J. Charpentier. April 1945.

E-648. Comparative Values of New Insecticides for Use Against
Lyguz Spp. and the Say Stinkbug. Orin A. Hills and
K. B. McKinney. April 1945.

E-649. Summary of Tests With DDT in 1944 for Control of Forest
Insects. F. C. Craighead and R. C. Brown.

E-650. Control of the Vetch Bruchid in Western Oregon, with
Special Reference to DDT. L. P. Rockwood and Max M.
Reeher. April 1945.

E-651. Laboratory Tests With New Compounds as Insecticides
Against the Pea Aphid. J. E. Dudley, Jr., T. E. Bronson,
and F. H. Harries. April 1945.

E-652. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
From Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part IX: Diptera. R. C. Roark.
April 1945.

E-653. Tests of DDT Against Grasshoppers in 1944. J. R. Parker.
April 1945.

E-654. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
From Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part X: Siphonaptera. R. C. Roark.
April 1945.

E-655. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of Rotenone and Rotenoids
From Derris, Lonchocarpus (Cube and Timbo), Tephrosia,
and Related Plants. Part XI: Acarina. R. C. Roark.
May 1945.

E-656. A List of Arthropods, Arranged According to Order, Family,
and Genus, and Their Susceptibility to Rotenone and the
Rotenoids. R. C. Roark. May 1945.





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E-657. Results of Tests With DDT Against Cotton Insects in
1944. U. C. Loftin. May 1945.

E-658. Experiments With DDT, Sabadilla, and Pyrethrum Dusts
for Control of Lygus Spp. on Seed Alfalfa. F. V.
Lieberman. May 1945.

E-659. Experiments With DDT for the Control of the European
Corn Borer Infesting Sweet Corn at Toledo, Ohio,
in 1944. C. H. Batchelder and D. D. Questel.
May 1945.

E-660. A Second List of Publications on DDT. R. C. Roark.
May 1945.

E-661. Plants of Possible Insecticidal Value. A Review of the
Literature up to 1941. N. E. Mclndoo. May 1945.

E-662. Ins~ctary and Field-Cage Tests With DDT Against White-
Fringed Beetle Adults Conducted at Florala, Ala.,
During 1944. Hiram C. Young. June 1945.

E-663. DDT Applied Against Certain Forest Insects in 1944,
Particularly with Aerial Equipment. Philip B. Dowden,
Donald Whittam. H. K. Townes. and Neil Hotchkiss. June 1945.

1-664. Comparison of Four Insecticides, Including DDT, in Mineral
Oil for Control of the Corn Earworm in Dent Seed Corn.
R. A. Blanchard and A. F. Satterthwait. June 1945.

E-665. Tests of DDT and Pyrethrum in Oil Solutions and in
Emulsions Against the Earworm in Sweet Corn. R. A.
Blanchard and A. F. Satterthwait. July 1945.

E-666. The Cautor-Bean Plant as a Source of Insecticides. A
Review of the Literature. N. E. Mclndoo. August 1945.

E-667. Tests of DDT on Certain Sucking Insects Associated With Elm.
T. J. Parr and W. L. Baker. August 1945.

E-668. Results of Laboratory and Field Tests With DDT Against
the Pea Weevil. Tom A. Brindley and Ralph Schopp.
August 1945.

E-669. Experiments in the Use of DDT and Other Insecticides for
Control of the Spruce Budworm in Colorado in 1944.
L. W. Orr and N, D. Wygant. August 1945.

E-670. Preliminary Experiments nith DDT in 1944 for the Control
of the Smaller European Elm Bark Beetle. R. R. Written.
August 1945.





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E-671. The Effects of DDT Dust and Spray Preparations on Larvae
of the European Corn Borer. D. D. Questel. September
1945.

E-672. Experiments with DDT Against Insecto Attacking Guayule.
V. E. Romney, T. P. Cassidy, and G. T. York. October
1945.

E-673. Summary of DDT Experiments on Insects That Affect Man and
Animals, W. E. Dove. October 1945.

E-674. A Third List of Publications on DDT. January Through June
1945. R. C. Roark. November 1945.

E-675. Use of DDT in Control of Flies on Cattle and Around Farm
Buildings. H. H. Stage. December 1945.

E-676. Controlling the Peachtree Borer With Propylene Dichloride
Emulsion. Oliver I. Snapp. December 1945.

E-677. Protecting Stored Seed From Insect Attack. R. T. Cotton and
J. C. Frankenfeld. December 1945.

E-678. Insecticidal Action of Organic Halogen Compounds-A Comparison
of Selected Literature References. C. V. Bowen and H. L.
Hailer. December 1945.

E-679. Control of the Sheep Tick by a Single Dipping in DDT miulsion.
C. S. Rude and H. E. Parish. January 1946.

E-680. The Use of DDT in Controlling Fleas. H. H. Stage. January
1946.

E-681. The Use of DDT for Bedbug Control. L. S. Henderson.
February 1946.

E-682. Insecticidal Tests of Some Materials on the Mexican Bean
Beetle. E. R. McGovran and P. G. Piquett. February 1946.

E-683. Use of DDT to Control the Little Fire Ant. Max R. Osburn and
N. Stabler. March 1946.

E-684. Summary of 1945 DDT Investigations for Control of Forest
Insects With Special Reference to Aerial Application.
F. C. Craighead and R. C. Brown. March 1946.

'-685. Control of Human Lice. Gaines W. Eddy and Raymond C. Bushland.
April 1946.

-686. A New Remedy for the Control of the Gulf Coast Tick.
C. S. Rude. May 1946.





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E-687. A Second Digest of the Literature on DDT (May 1, 1944 to
December 31, 1944). R. C. Roark and N. E. Iclndoo.
May 1946.

E-688. Never Issued.

E-689. Suggestions Concerning the Use of DDT Dusts on Potatoes
in Eastern Washington. B. J. Landis and C. W. Getzendaner.
May 1946.

E-690. Control of Orchid-Infesting Insects by Vault Fumigation With
Methyl Bromide. Jacob W. Bulger. May 1946.

E-691. The Effect of DDT on the Sweetpotato Weevil. K. L. Cockerham,
P. K. Harrison, and 0. T. Deen. May 1946.

E-692. Summary of Results With DDT Against Truck Crop, Tobacco, and
Sugar Beet Insects During 1945. W. H. White. May 1946.

E-693. Two-Queen Colony Management. C. L. Farrar. May 1946.

E-694. The Preparation of Aqueous Solutions of Ethylene Dibromide-
Ethylene Dichloride Mixtures for Fumigation of Japanese
Beetle Larvae in Soil. R. D. hisholm, L. Koblitsky,
A. C. Mason, and L. W. Coles.

E-695. Control of the Ear Tick. C. S. Rude and H. E. Parish.
July 1946.

E-696. Fumigant-Residual Insecticide Mixtures for the Control of
the Japanese Beetle. R. D. Chisholm, L. Koblitsky,
A. C. Mason, and L. W. Coles. July 1946.

E-697. Experiments with DDT and Other New Dusts for Control of
Lymus Spp. and the Alfalfa Weevil on Seed Alfalfa.
F. V. Lieberman and Q. A. Hare. July 1946.

E-698. Use of Insect Repellents and Miticides. B. V. Travis and
F. A. Morton. August 1946.

E-699. Results of Field Experiments With DDT Against Insects
Affecting Tomatoes in Southern California. Joseph
Wilcox and A. F. Howland. August 1946.

E-700. Laboratory Studies With DDT Against the Mexican Fruitfly.
C. C. Plummer. August 1946.

E-701. The Use of DDT for Roach Control. L. S. Henderson.
August 1946.





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E-702. Field Studies on the Effect of DDT on Aquatic Insects.
C. H. Hoffmann, H. K. Townes, R. I. Sailer, and H. H.
Swift. August 1946.

E-703. Effect of the Sun's Rays Upon the Viability of Spores of
Bacillus Popilliae Dutky, the Organism Causing Milky
Disease of Japanese Beetle Larvae. Ralph T. White.
September 1946.

E-704. Colonization of the Organism Causing Milky Disease of
Japanese Beetle Larvae, 1939-1945. R. T. White and
P. J. McCabe. September 1946.

E-705. A Review of Laboratory Tests on the Toxicity of Certain
Semicarba-ones to Various Insects. S. I. Gertler.
October 1946.

E-706. Abstracts of Recent Patents Relating to Rotenone. (Second
Supplement to E-446.) R. C. Roark. November 1946.

E-707. Laboratory Tests of Toxicity of Additional Organic Compounds
to the European Corn Borer. D. D. Questel and S. I.
Gertler. November 1946.

E-708. A New Treatment for Screwworms in Livestock. C. S. Rude
and 0. H. Graham. January 1947.

E-709. Nicotine Insecticides. Part II. Search for Activators.
E. L. Mayer, Florence B. Talley, and C. F. Woodward.
December 1946.

E-710. Comparative Toxicity Tests of Anabasine, Nornicotine, and
Nicotine. G. T. Bottger and C. V. Bowen. December 1946.

E-711. Report on Cooperative Experiments Conducted by the Bureau
of Entomology and Plant Quarantine and the California
State Department of Agriculture Relative to the Fumigation
of Fruit and Nursery Stock Hosts of the Oriental Fruit
Moth. A. C. Johnson, C. H. Bowen, and G. L. Phillips.
January 1947.

E-712. A Spray for Destroying Overwintering Larvae of the Codling
Moth on Apple Tree Trunks. M. A. Others and F. W. Carlson.
January 1947.

E-713. A Review of the Insecticidal Uses of the Rotenone-Bearing
Plants, 1938-1944. N. E. Mclndoo. February 1947.

E-714. Uses of Various DDT Formulations for the Control of Insects
Affecting Animals. Division of Insects Affecting Man and
Animals. March 1947.






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E-715. Phytotoxicity of DDT Dusts and Sprays to Truck Crops in
Wisconsin. Preliminary Observations. J. E. Dudley, Jr.
March 1947.

E-716. The Effectiveness and Duration of Treatments With Technical
DDT in Different Soils Against Larvae of the Japanese
Beetle. Walter E. Fleming and Warren W. Marines.
March 1947.

E-717. Pyrethruam-Oil Sprays in Open-Type Tobacco Warehouses.
Joseph N. Tenhet. April 1947.

E-718. Insecticidal Treatments for the Control of the European
Corn Borer. W. A. Baker and W. G. Bradley. April 1947.

E-719. DDT Sprays for the Control of the Gulf Coast Tick--A Pre-
liminary Report. E. B. Blakeslee and W. G. Bruce.
April 1947.

E-720. Nicotine Insecticides. Part III. Dust Carriers for Nicotine.
E. L. Mayer, Florence B. Talley, and C. F. ,woodward.
April 1947.

E-721. A Digest of Information on Hexaethyl Tetraphosphate.
R. C. Roark. April 1947.

E-722. New Insecticides in Grasshopper Control. E. J. iinman and
F. T. Cowan. May 1947.

E-723. DDT for Pecan weevil Control in the Southeastern States.
G. F. Moznette. May 1947.

E-724. Summary of Experiments With DDT to Control the Japanese
Beetle. Walter E. Fleming. May 1947.

E-725. Nicotine Insecticides. Part IV. Preliminary Toxicity
Tests with Nicotinium Salts. E. L. Mayer, L. 4leil,
D. H. launders, and C. F. Woodward. May 1947.

E-726. Experiments with DDT for the Control of the Gypsy Moth,
Particularly With Aerial Equipment. Philip B. Lowden.
June 1947.

E-727. Controlling the Japanese Beetle. C. H. Hadley. June 1947.

E-728. A Third Digest of tne Literature on DDT. (January through
June 1945.) R. C. Aoark and N. E. Mclndoo. June 1947.

E-729. Preliminary Tests of Synthetic Organic Comvunids as Insecti-
cides. Part III. G. T. Bottger and ClP'nence Levin.
June 1947.






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E-730. Developmental Tests of Synthetic Organic Compounds as
Insecticides. Part I. M. C. Swingle, J. B. Gahan,
and A. M. Phillips. July 1947.

E-731. A List of Publications on Benzene Hexachloride. Ruth L.
Busbey. July 1947.

E-732. A Review of Laboratory Tests on the Toxicity of Some
N-Substituted Benzamides to Various Insects. S. I.
Gertler. August 1947.

E-733. Results of Screening Tests With Materials Evaluated as
Insecticides, Miticides, and Repellents at the Orlando,
Fla., Laboratory, April 1942 to April 1947. September
1947.

E-734. Comments and Suggestions on Locust Control in Argentina.
John R. Parker. September 1947.

E-735. Tests With Poisoned Baits and Attractants for Moths of the
Tobacco and Tomato Hornworms. L. B. Scott and Joe Milan.
September 1947.

E-736. Insecticidal Action of Heliopsis lonipes and Erigeron Spp.
E. R. McGovran, G. T. Bottger, W. A. Gersdorff, and
J. H. Fales. November 1947.

E-737. Effect on Plants of DDT Applied to Soil for the Destruction
of Japanese Beetle Larvae. Walter E. Fleming. December
1947.

E-738. Preliminary Tests of Synthetic Organic Compounds as Insecti-
cides. Part IV. G. T. Bottger and Clemence Levin.
December 1947.






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AUTHOR INDEX


Acree, Fred, Jr. See under cGovrLii,
. R.; Vivian, D. L.

Adams, Lloyd. See under Baker, Howard.

Allen, H. W.: The Utilization of
Parasites for Reducing Oriental
Fruit Moth Injury to Peaches......570

Allen, Norman. See under Shands, ;'. A.

Arnold, C. H. See under Steiner, L. F.

Baker, Howard, and Porter. B. A.:
Results of Tests With DDT Against
Fruit Insects in 1944.............637

--.- Stahler, Nathan, Johnson, A. C.,
Adams, Lloyd, and Froeschner, R. C.:
Parlatoria chinensis Marlatt...... 595

Baker, W. A., and Bradley, W. G.:
Insecticidal Treatments for the
Control of the European Cora Borer.71S

Baker, W. L, See under Parr, T. J.

Barber, Geo. W.:
The Use of Oil or Oil Containing
Insecticides for Earworm Control
in Sweet Corn..................525

-. The Use of Oil or Oil Contaninig
Pyrethrins for Earworm Control in
Sweet Corn.......................497

... and Wilcox, J.: Styrene
Dibromide: A Substitute for
Pyrethruam in Insecticidal Oil Used
for Control of Earworms in Sweet
Corn........ ........................619

Barber, T. C. Sat under Cassidy, T. P.

Barnes, Dwight F.: e" on -e Life
i -story and Other a. fecr n
Ccrlrol of t'Ie r':.p - 16


e- z- ~ ,.nder ".. .00S


-eu. H


Batchelder, C. H., and Questel, D. D.;
Experiments With DDT for the Control
of the European Corn Borer Infestating
Sweet Corn at Toledo, Ohio, in 1944...
659

Questel, D. D., ana Cosenza,
A. V.: The European Corn Borer and
Its Control in Dahlias..............596

Bee Culture, Division of: The Dependence
of Agriculture on the Beekeeping
Industry--A Review...*****.......****........*584

Benton, Curtis. See under Walter, E. V.

Bishop, Roy K. See under Todd, Frank E.

Bisson, C. S. See under Vanseil, 4. H.

Blakeslee, E. B., and Bruce, W. G.:
DDT prays for the Control of the
Gulf Coast Tick....................719

...... See also under Simnmons, S. W.

Blanchard, R. A., and Satterthwait,
R. F.: Comnp.rison of Four Insecti-
cides, Including DDT, in 'ineral Oil
for Control of the Corn Earwor;. in
Dent Seed Corn................... 664

.... and Satterthjit, .'. F.: Tests
of DLjT and Pyrethruma in Oil Testf
and in Emsulsion Against the 7" : -*
Control in Sweet Corn ............. 665

Bondy, Floyd F., and Painwater, C. F.:
Lu.,ting for Boll Teevil and Cotton
Aphid Control............ .......... 538

Bottger, G. T., and ED.2en, C. V.:
Comparative Toxicity Tests cf
ni 'b)asine, liornli cotine, and
i co+ q' ...... . .. . ....... **. ...... "' h.'

-- ad Levi Cleience: rr
Ttts of theti Lnc opo
&s "' tici~deso ^art Tt. ,.*


Barr-,t W L. -.
& ', e C.,


I--






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Bottger, G. T., and Levin, Clemence:
Preliminary Tests of Synthetic
Organic Compounds as Insecticides.
Part IV...........................738

--- See also under McGovran, E. R.

Bowen, C. V., and Haller, H. L.:
Insecticidal Action of Organic Hal-
ogen Compounds-A Comparison of
Selected Literature References....*678

... See also under Bottger, G. T.;
Questel, D. D.

Bowen, M. F.: The Sugar-Beet Root
Aphid and Suggestions to Aid in
Controlling It in California...... 577

Bradley, W. G. See under Baker, W. A.

Brannon, Loyd W.: The Corn Earworm
on Lima Beans and Its Control.....547

Brindley, Tom A., and Schopp, Ralph:
Results of Laboratory and Field
Tests With DDT Against the Pea
Weevil......**.....................6658

Bronson, T. E. See under Dudley, J. E.

Brown, R. C. See under Craighead, F. C.

Bruce, W. G.: A Cattle Fly Trap for
the Control of Horn Flies.******........498

----- See also under Blakeslee, E. B.

Bulger, Jacob W.: Control of Orchid-
Infesting Insects by Vault Fumiga-
tion With Methyl Bromide..........690

Burgess, Emory D. See under Fleming,
W. E.

Busbey, Ruth L.: A List of Publi-
cations on Benzene Hexachloride...731

---- Methyl Bromide as an Insect
Funigant--A Review of the Litera-
ture Through 1940................ 618


Bushland, R. C., and King, W. V.:
Laboratory Tests With Organic Com-
pounds as Larvicides for Culex
quinquefas ciatus Say........*....... 585

-.. See also under Eddy, G. W.;
Melvin, Roy.

Bynum, E. K. See under Ingram, J. W.

Campbell, Roy E.: Suggestions for
Wireworm Control in California.....556

--- Tests of New Insecticides
Against the Pepper Weevil at
Alhambra, California....*******...........627

Carlson, F. W., and Yothers, M. A.:
Methods of Making a Concentrated
Trunk Spray for Destroying Codling
Moth Larvae......**..................*******629

---- See also under Yothers, M. A.

Carson, N. B. See under Eddy, G. W.

Cassidy, T. P., and Baker, T. C.:
Further Results From Airplane
Dusting in Arizona for Hemipterous
Cotton Insect Control, Crop Season
of 1940............................543

---- and Barber, T. C.: Investi-
gations in Control of Hemipterous
Cotton Insects in Arizona by the
Use of Insecticides................*********506

---- See also under Romney, V. E.

Chamberlin, F. S.: Suggested Control
Recor.imendations for Tobacco Insects
on Sun-Grown Cigar-Type Tobacco in
the Georgia and Florida Producing
Region............................. 501

---- See also under Stahl, C. F.

Charpentier, L. J. See under Ingram,
J. W.

Chisholm, R. D.: Formulation of DDT
Sprays and Dusts....**************...............643





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Chisholm, R. D., and Koblitsky, L.:
A Chemical Study of the Prepara-
tion and Stability of Aqueous
Methyl Bromide Solutions.......o..o*575

--- Koblitsky, L., Mason, A. C.,
and Coles, L. W.: An Aqueous Solu-
tion of Ethylene Dichloride for
Fumigations of Japanese Beetle
Larvae in Soil*****.....**.............**626

---- Koblitsky, L., Mason, A. C.,
and Coles, L. W.: The Preparation
of Aqueous Solutions of Ethylene
Dibromide-Ethylene Dichloride Mix-
tures for Fumigation of Japanese
Beetle Larvae in Soil..............694

M---- ason, A. C., Coles, L. W.,
and Koblitsky, L.s Fimigant-Resid-
ual Insecticide Mixtures for the Con-
trol of the Japanese Beetle.......**,696

---- See also under Koblitsky, Louis.

Clark, Charles A.: The Field Status
of Parasites of the European Corn
Borer at the Close of 1941......** .88

Clark, E. P. See under McGovran, E. R.

Cockerham, K. L., Harrison, P. K.,
and Deen, 0. T.: The Effect of
DDT on the Sweetpotato Weevil....,.691

Coles, L. W. See under Chisholm, R. L.

Colman, Wallace: Tests of Chemical
Compounds Against Fabric Insects...59L

Control Investigations, Division of:
Methyl Bromide Fumigation..........601

Cook, W. C.: See under Lawson, F. R.;
Wallace, H. E.

Cosenza, A. V. See under Batchelder,
C. H.

Cotter, Ralph U. See under Stakman, E. C.

Cotton, R. T., and Frankenfeld, J. C.:
Protecting Stored Seed From Insect
Atta ck....*....... ....*-. -.** --**- .677


Cotton, R. T., Frankenfeld, J. C.,
Walkden, H. H., and Schwitzgebel,
R. B.: Tests of DDT Against the
Insect Pests of Stored Seed, Grain,
and Milled Cereal Products........66

Cotton Insect Investigations, Division
of: Control of Cotton Insects.....1 L 9

Cowan, F. T. See under Himnau, E. J.

Cowgill, TWilliam H. See under Latt.,
Randall.

Craighead, F. C., and Brown, R. C.:
Summary of 1945 DDT Investigations
for Control of Forest Insects With
Special Reference to Aerial Appli-
cation. ***** *..,.*..,,

---- and Brown, R. C.: mary o
Tests With DDT in 1944 for *oo:o.
of Forest Insects ....../

Cross, H. F. Se under Snyder, F. .

Cupples, H. L.: A List o: Cmme-,"' r
Available Detergen.ts, 'ettg,-, "
persing, and Emulsify-Lg Aients- .

---- Pro-rietary Suirface- 'cliv
Agents of Poss"-le Use in Trsect-
cide Preparatio.16 e..** ..,..... 7

Dean, F. P., -nd .cor, L. J.:
Steami Treatmjt if Orch.,,d IuxeI_
to Destroy Cod-i Moth Larvae. o ..55-

Deen, 0. T. See -,r Cocer..

Delaware Agricultural E-xpe. :'- E 2 t
Station, Newark, Del,, Efr "-imerts
With DDT Conducted by the Station..6:4

DeLeon, Donald: The Red Turpentine
Beetle, a Pest of Conifers in the
California Region ....... '

Deonier, C. C., Hinchey, E., i-Jd In-h.c:L,
H. H.: Results of Screeriiu Te- t
With Materials Evaluated a Inse:cti-
cides, Miticides, nd RepIents,
Part III. Evaluation of Materials
as Mosquito Larvic.1des... ........*733





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Domestic Plant Quarantines, Division of:
Methods Used to Combat the White-
Fringed Beetles.................... 503

.-- Parlatoria chinensis Marlatt,
a Scale Insect Recently Discovered
in the United States.............535

Donohoe, Heber C.: Methyl Bromide
Solution Studies: Collar Treatments
for Nursery Stock.........****......*576

Doucette, Charles F.: The Bulb Scale
Mite............. ....... ..........507

Dove, W. E.: Summary of DDT Experi-
ments on Insects that Affect Man
and Animals........................673

.--- and Simmons, S. W.: Control of
Dog Fly Breeding in Peanut Litter..542

---- See also under Simmons, S. W.

Dowden, Philip B.: Experiments With
DDT for the Control of the Gypsy
Moth, Particularly With Aerial Equip-
ment............................... 726

... Whittam, Donald, Townes, H. K.,
and Hotchkiss, Neil: DDT Applied
Against Certain Forest Insects in
1944, Particul'rly With Aerial Equip-
ment.............................. .663

Dudley, J. E.: Phytotoxicity of DDT
Dusts and Sprays to Truck Crops in
Wisconsin.......................... 715

----- Bronson, T. E., and Harries, F. H.:
Laboratory Tests With New Compounds
as Insecticides Against the Pea
Aphid...................... ........ 651

Du Pont De Nemours & Co., E. I., Inc.
Wilmington, Del.: Insects Attacking
Man and Animals. Experiments With
DDT Conducted by the Pest Control
Research Section..................644d

Eater, S. S. See under Phillips, G. L.

Eddy, G. W., and Bushland, Raymond C.:
Control of Human Lice..............685


Eddy, G. W., Carson, N. B., and
Bushland, R. C.: Results of
Screening Tests With Materials
Evaluated as Insecticides, Miti-
cides,and Repellents. Part II.
Evaluation of Materials as
Lousicides......................... 733

Elmore, J. C.: The Control bf the
Two-Spotted Mite on Lima Beans in
California........................ 613

----- See also under Wilcox, Joseph.

Entomology and Plant Quar:Mntine, Bureau
of: Experiments With DDT Con-
ducted by State Agricultural Experi-
ment Stations, Agricultural Colleges,
and Other ion-Federal Research Or-
ganizations .................6.. 5

Entomology and Plant Quarantine and
Animal Industry, Bureaus of: Prepara-
tion and Use of Dusts, Sprays, Washes,
and Dips Containing Rotenone for the
Destruction of Cattle rrubs........623

Fahey, J. E. See under Steiner, L. F.

Fales, J. H. See under McGovran, E. R.

Farrar, C. L.: Two-Queen Colony
Management........................ 693

---- See also under Schaefer, C. W.

Fisher, Charles K. See under Kaloostian
Geo. H., Simmons, Perez.

Fleming, W. E.: Effect on Plants of
DDT Applied to Soil for the Destruc-
tion of Japanese Beetle Larvae.....737

----- Summary of Experiments With
DDT to Control the Japanese Beetle.724

-- and Burgess, Emory D.
Hydrocyanic Acid as a Fumigant for
the Japanese Beetle............*...604

--- and Maines, Warren, W.: Influ-
ence of Temperature on Effectiveness
of Lead Arsenate Against Larvae oC the
Japanese Beetle in the Soil...**.....62





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Fleming, W. E., and Maines, Warren W.:
Influence of Temperature on the
Effectiveness of DDT, and the Com-
parative Toxicity of DDT and Lead
Arsenate to Larvae of the Japanese
Beetle in Soil....................624

--- and Maines, Warren W.: The
Effectiveness and Duration of Treat-
ments With Technical DDT in Differ-
ent Soils Against Larvae of the Jap-
anese Beetle .. ..**** .*... .. **********716

---- See also under Hadley, C. H.

Frankenfeld, J. C. See under Cotton,
R. T.

Froeschner, R. C. See under Baker,
Howard.


Gahan, J.
C. R.:
I, New


B.; Mayer, E. L., and Smith,
Nicotine Insecticides. Part
Metal-Nicotine Compounds..**.646


---- Swingle, M. C., and Phillips,
A. U.: 1,4-Diphenyl Semicarbazide
as an Insecticide...............*...549

---- See also under Phillips, A. M.;
Single, M. C.

Gaines, R. C.: Summary of Yields
Obtained in Field-Plot Experiments
Conducted From 1920 to 1942,
Inclusive, at Tallulah, La. for the
Control of Cotton Insects.........606

Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station,
Experiment, Ga., Experiments With
DDT Conducted by the Station......644c

Gersdorff, W. A. See under McGovran,
E. R.

Gertler, S. I.: A Review of Labora-
tory Tests on the Toxicity of Some
N-Substituted Benzamides to Various
Insects. 0900000000 40 *,* *.73"

---- A Review of Laboratory Tests
on the Toxicity of Certain SE-
carbazones to Various InsectE..,o.705


Gertler, S. I., Smith, L. &., and
Vivian, D. L.: Laboratory and Field
Tests of Toxicity of Some Organic
Compounds to the European Corn
Borer*.. ...........*............ .557

See under Questel, D. De

Getzendaner, C. W.: See under LauJ s,
B. J.: Suggestions Concerning t'ie
Use of DDT rusts on Potatoes in
Eastern Washington6...********. **.. 6S9

Gilmore, J. U. See under Shands, W. A.

Gjullin, C. M. See under Knipllng, F. F.

Graham, 0. H. See under Rude, C. S.

Hadley, C. H.: Controlling the Jap&.ese
Beetle.. *********.**727
........... .*....e..*.. .....O.e... 2

---- and Fleming, W. F.: Resuits
of Tests Made With DDT Against the
Japanese Beetle in 194 4 ...... o64

Haley, W. E. See under Ingram, J. W.

Hailer, H. L. See under Bowen, C, Vo

Hare, Q. A. See under Liebermann, F. V.

Harries, F. F. Se under Dudley, J. E.

Harrison, P. K. See ander CocIverham,
K. L.

Pawley, I. M.: Notes on the Biol--.--
of the Japanese Beetle*...i* *. ......1i5

Henderscn, L. S.: The Use of DDT for
Beabug Control.... ....i. d

---- The Use of DDT for Roach
Control. ...0*... 040"0 0 *.
Hills, Orin A.: Je-,ra&n.'um of Ir .--
mation on I: seci-cides Used At.:-:. I
Lygus - on P-g'-. .- .r,'r. f-
See'3 * . < . . . 6 -:

-~n---- 3cr';:_ey, K. E.: Co1mnra .ve
Va. tes a? -? :3ect!i j th f.r "Jy e
/ .i15st Ly_ pp.. -c. tihe '.y
St_' c bug.... ,.o .... .. . ...... .*64





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Hills, Orin A., and Romney, Van E.:
A Progress Report on Investigations
of Insects Affecting Sugar Beets
Grown for Seed in Arizona and New
Mexi co............................. 552

Hinchey, E. See under Deonier, C. C.

Hinman, E. J., and Cowan, F. T.: New
Insecticides in Grasshopper
Control............................722

Hitchcock, J. D. See under Sturtevant,
A. P.
A a P e-

Hoffamann, C. H., Townes, H. K., Sailer,
R. I., and Swift, H. H.: Field
Studies on the Effect of DDT on
Aquatic Insects.....****...............**702

Hollon, Julius P. See under Snapp,
Oliver I.

Hoist, E. C. See under Sturtevant, A. P.

Hotchkiss, Neil. See under Dowden,
Philip B.

Howland, A. F. See under Wilcox, Joseph.

Hyslop, J. A.: The Periodical C0c'zda,
Brood XIV.. ...... .... .000 ....502

Illinois Natural History Survey,
Urbana, Ill., Experiments With DDT
Conducted by the Illinois Natural
History Survey..*..*.....**.****. 64p

Incho, H. H. See under Deonier, C. C.

Ingram, J. W., Bynum, E. K., Haley,
W. E., and Charpentier, L. 3.: DDT
for Control of the Sugarcane Borsr,
the Rice Stinkbug, and a Grass
Webworm............................647

Insects Affecting Man and Animals,
Division of: Rotenone Reduced in
Dists for Cattle Grub Treatments...602

..- Uses of Various DDT Formulations
for the Control of Insects Affecting
Animals.... ...... .. .....714


Johnson, A. C., Bowen, C. H., and
Phillip, G. L.: Report on Coopera-
tlive Experiments Conducted by the
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quar-
antine and the California State
Department of Agriculture Relative to
the Fumigation of Fruit and Nursery
Stock Hosts of the Oriental Fruit
Moth........... ......... .. .. 1 "

-.. See also under Baker, Howard;
Latta, Rancdall.

Johnson, G. V.: Insect Enemies of
House Plants and Their Control.....524

Jones, H. A.: A List of Plants
Reported to Contain Rotenone or
Rotenoids.. ...* ..... ........... 571

-...- A Review of Methods for the
Chemical Analysis of Rotenone-
Bearing Plants s.... .. *..*******. *563

--- See also under Knipling, E. F.

Jones, Thomas J. See under Snapp,
Oliver I.

Kaloostian, Geo. H., Barnes, Dwight F.,
Fisher, Charles L., and Simmons, Perez.i
The Raisin Moth on Grapes..........527

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station,
Manhattan, Kans.: Experiments With
DDT Conducted by the Station......644r

King, W. V. See under Bushland, R. C.

Knipling, E. F., Gjullin, C. M., and
Yates, W. W.: A New Oil-Emulsion
Mosquito Larvicide........**** 537

... McAlister, L. C., Jr., and Jones,
H. A.: Results of Screening Tests
With Materials Evaluated as Insecti-
cides, Mitigides, and Repellents.
Part I. Introduction...........***733

Knowlton, G. F. See under Sturtevant,
A. P.

Koblitsky, L., and Chisholm, R. D.:
Standard Methods for the Distillation
of Geraniol......... ...... --s9 511





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Koblitsky, L. See also under Chisholm,
R. D.

Lake, E. W. See under Wells, R. W.

Landis, B. J., and Getzerdaner, C. W.:
Suggestions Concerning the Use of
DDT Dusts on Potatoes in Eastern
Washing ton........ ** ... .... .689

Latta, Randall: Methyl Bromide Fumi-
gation of Imported Perishable Food
Products...... . ... ........ .... .521

- and Cowgill, William H.:
Methyl Bromide Fumigation of Green-
house Plants at the U. S. Plant
Introduction Garden, Glenn Dale,
Md.................................526

---- and Johnson, A. C.: Methyl
Bromide Fumigation of Nursery Stock
for the Oriental Fruit Moth........614

Lawson, F. R., Cook, W. C., York, G. T.,
and Piemeisel, R. L.: Russian-
Thistle as a Summer Host Plant of
the Beet Leafhopper in the San
Joaquin Valley, California, and
Methods of Reducing Its Acreage....573

Levin, Clemence. See under Bottger,
G. T.

Levine, M. N.: See under Stakman, E. C.

Lieberman, F. V.: Experiments With
DDT, Sabadilla, and Pyrethrum Dusts
for Control of Lygas spp. on Seed
Alfalfa ............................658

---- and Hare, Q. A.: Experiments
With DDT and Other New Dusts for
Control of Lygus spp. and the
Alfalfa Weevil on Seed Alfalfa.....697

Linduska, J. P. See under Morton, F. A.

Littig, K. S. See under Padget, L. J.

Livingstone, E. M.: Fumigation of
Bulk Soil With Methyl Bromide for
the White-Fringed Beetle in New
Orleans........ ... .. ......512


Livingstone, E. M.: Methyl Bromide
Fumigation of the White-Fringed
Beetle Larva in Small Flowerpots
in New Orleans...9...*9***.* ..... 513

----- and McGough, J. M.: Carbon
Disulphide Fumigation of Bulk
Potting Soil for the White-Fringed
Beetle...******..... ******..***99*0 553

Loegering, W. Q. See under Stakman,
E. C.

Loftin, U. C.: Results of Tests With
DDT Against Cotton Insects in 1944.657

Mac Aloney, H. J.: Weevils Which May
Attack the Bases and Roots of Coni-
fers in the Lake States, and Methods
of Preventing Injury........**......500

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station,
Orono, Maine: Experiments 7:ith DDT
Conducted by the Station....... ..6441

Maines, Warren W. See under Fleming,
W. E.

Markwood, L. N.: A Review of Infor-
mation on Nornicotine.**.......**......561

Marlowe, Ralph H.: Some Deterrents as
a Control for the Melonfly......... 510

Mason, A. C. See under Chisholm, R. D.

Mayer, E. L., Talley, Florence B., and
Woodward, C. F.

---- Talley, Florence B., and Woodw trd,
C. F.: Nicotine Insecticides. Part
Ill-Dust Carriers for Nicotine......720

----- Well, L., Saunders, D. H., and
Woodward, C. F.: Nicotine Insecti-
cides. Part IV-Preliminary Toxicity
Tests With NicotintaLum Salts.........725

--- See also under Gahan, J. B.;
McGovran, E. R.

McAlister, L. C. Jr. See under Knipling,
E. F.




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McCabe, P. J., and White, R. T.: Col-
onization of the Organism Causing
Milky Disease of Japanese Beetle
Larvae, 1939-1945...............************..704

... See under White, R. T.

McDuffie, William C.: Progress Re-
port Studies of Hpera brunneip s
(Boh.) in the luma Valley of
Arizona.*......*******............**.... *551

McGough, J. N. See under Livingstone,
E. M.

McGovran, E. R., Bottger, G. T.,
Gersdorff, W. A., Fales, J. H.:
Insecticidal Action of Heliopsis
longipes and Erigeron spp..... 736

---- Mayer, E. L., and Acree, Fred,
Jr.: Toxicity of Pyrethrins I and
II in Kerosene to the American
Cockroach.*.................**.....*54

---- Mayer, E. L., and Clark, E. P.:
The Toxicity of the Natural Bitter
Substances, Quassin, Tenulin,
Helenalin, and Picrotoxin, and Some
of Their Derivatives to Certain
Insects...........* *........572

---- and Piquett, P. G.: Insecti-
cidal Tests of Some Materials on
the Mexican Bean Beetle...**.........682

.---.- See also under Phillips, A. M.

Mclndoo, N. E.: A Review of the
Insecticidal Uses of the Rotenone-
Bearing Plants, 1938-1944..... ..... 713


Insecticidal Uses of Nicotine and
Tobacco*.......**.......*...**** 597


Plants of Possible Insecticidal
Value. A Review of the Literature
up to 1941.......................661


The Castor-Bean Plant as a Source of
Insecticides. A Review of the
Literature.****....o.......... *....***666


Mclndoo, N. E. See also under Roark,
R. C.

McKinney, K. B. See under Hills, Orin
A.

Melvin, Roy, Bushland, Raymond C.,
and Smith, Charles L.: The Toxicity
of Certain Organic Compounds to
Young Screwworm Larvae.**............586:

---- Smith, C. L., Parish, H. E.,
and Barrett, W. L., Jr.: A New
Remedy for the Prevention and
Treatment of Screwworm Infestations
of Livestock ..o***o*ooo*540
of Livestock.......... .....@.........

Milam, Joe. See under Scott, L. B.

Miller, John M.: Damage to Ponderosa
Pine Lumber and Rustic Poles by
the Black-Horned Pine Borer........599

Mississippi Experiment Station, De-
partment of Zoology and Entomology,
State College, Miss.: Experiments
With DDT Conducted by the Station.64u

Morton, F. A., Trawis, B. V., and
Linduska, J. P.: Results of
Screening Tests With Materials
Evaluated as Insecticides, Miticides,
and Repellents. Part V. Evaluation
of Materials as Mosquito Repellents.733

---- See also under Snyder, F. M.;
Travis, B. V.

Moznette, G. F.: DDT for Pecan Weevil
Control in the Southeastern States.723

Nelson, R. H.: Conversion Tables and
Equivalents for Use in Work Relating
to Insect Control......... ........517

Newcomer, E. J. See also under Dean,
F. P.

New Jersey Agricultural Experiment
Station, New Brunswick, N. J.:
Experiments With DDT Conducted by
the Station....................... 644s




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New Mexico College of Agriculture and
Mechanic Arts, Department of Bio-
logy, State College, N. Mex.: Experi-
ments With DDT Conducted by the
College........................... 6e

North Carolina Agricultural Experiment
Station, Raleigh, N. C.: Experi-
ments With DDT Conducted by the
Station...........................644c

North Dakota Agricultural Experiment
Station, Fargo, N. Dak.: Experi-
ments With DDT Conducted by the Sta-
tion.............................. 60/4/h

Nye, W. P. See under Sturtevant, A. P.

Offord, H. R.: The Function of Tannin
in Host-Parasite Relationships With
Special Reference to Ribes and
Cronartium ribicola................ 518

Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station,
Wooster, Ohio: Experiments With
DDT Conducted by the Station......644f

Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment
Station, Stillwater, Okla.: Experi-
ments With DDT Conducted by the
Station.......................... 644k

Oregon State College, Agricultural
Experiment Station, Corvallis, Oreg.:
Experiments With DDT Conducted by
the Station............ *.......... 644v

Orr, L. W., and Wygant, N. D.: Experi-
ments in the Use of DDT and Other
Insecticides for Control of the Spruce
Budworm in Colorado in 1944........669

Osbura, Max R., and Stabler, N.: Use
of DDT to Control the Little Fire
Ant......................... ....... 683

Packard, C. M.: Experiments With DDT
for Control of Insects Attacking
Cereal and Forage Crops in the Field
and in Storage.....................640
Padget, L. J., and Littig, K. S.: The
White-Fringed Beetle...............505


Parish, H. E. See under Melvin, Roy;
Rude, C. S.

Parker, J. R.: Comments and Sugges-
tions on Locust Control in Argen-
tina.............................. 734

---- Tests of DDT Against Grass-
hoppers in 1944...................****************.653

Parman, Daniel C., and Barrett, William
L.: Ranch Management for Screwworm
Prevention and EradicaItion in Texas
and Adjoining States............. .520

Parr, T. J., and Baker, W. L.: Tests
of DDT on Certain Sucking Insects
Associated With Elm................667

Phillips, A. M., Swingle, M. C., Gahan,
J. B., and McGovran, E. R.: .-
Aminoazobenzene Hydrochloride as an
Insecticide........................ 550

---- See also inder Gahan, J. B.;
Swingle, U. C.

Phillips, G. L., and Easter, S. S.:
Fumigation of Sweetpot.toes 7Tith
Methyl Bro'aide for the Destructio'
of the Sweetpottto Weevil..........600

---- See also under Johnson, A. C.

Piemeisel, R. L. See under La'So51, F. R.

Pierce, W. C.: May Beetles, or June
Bugs, on Pecan in Louisiana........559

Plummer, C. C.: Labortory Studies 71ith
DDT Against the Mexican Fruitfly...700

Porter, B. A. See under Baker, Howard.

Potts, S. F.: Concentrated Spray Mix-
turis and Their Applications by
Ground and Aerial Equipment as
Compared With Standard Spraying and
lusting Methods....................

---- Equipment Available for
Applying Concentrated Sprays....... 574

LIBRARY
STATE PLANT BOARP





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Potts, S. F.: The Effectiveness of
Concentrated Sprays in the Control
of Certain Forest Insects........ 515

Piquett, P. G. See under McGovran,
E. R.

Questel, D. D.: Field Tests With In-
secticides to Control the European
Corn Borer in Early Market Sweet
Corn at Toledo, Ohio, in 1943.****.....609

---- Laboratory Tests of Toxicity
of Additional Organic Compounds to
the European Corn Borer...........7********07

---- The Effects of DIDT Dust and
Spray Preparations on Larvae of the
European Corn Borer..*.*...... . 671

---- Bowen, C. V., and Gertler,
S. I.: Laboratory Tests of Toxicity
of Some Organic Compounds to the
European Corn Borer, January-March
1944.. . ************** e...***..... 620

---- and Gertler, S. I.: Laboratory
Tests of Toxicity of Some Organic
Compounds to the European Corn Borer,
1941-193..................... .. ..612

-- See also under Batchelder, C. H.

Rainwater, C. F.: Cotton Root Aphids
and Their Control..................533


Insects and Spiders Found in Spanish
Moss, Gin Trash, Woods Trash, and
on Wild Cotton...................528

---- See also under Bondy, Floyd F.

Reeher, Max M., Rockwood, L. P.:
Control of the Vetch Bruchid in
Western Oregon, With Special
Reference to DDT...................650

Reid, W. J.: Recommendations for
Control of Caterpillars on Cabbage
in the South under Present Wartime
Conditions....* ..******...*****..591


Roark, R. C.: A Digest of Information
on Hexaethyl Tetraph6sphate........721


A List of Arthropods, Arranged
According to Order, Family, and
Genus, and Their Susceptibility to
Rotenone and the Rotenoids.....00 656


A Review of Information on Ana-
basine............................537


A Review of Information on Ana-
basine and Nornicotine...........********636


A Review of the Insecticidal Uses
of Rotenone and Rotenoids from
Derrisa, Lonchocarpus, (cube and
timber), Tephrosia, and Related
Plants.
Part I: Collembola, Orthoptera,
Dermaptora, Odonala, Isoptera,
Corrodentia, and Mallophaga*****......579
Part II: Thysanoptera..............************581
Part III: Homoptera................593
Part IV: Hemiptera.................594
Part V: Anoplura...................598
Part VIt Coleoptera.......*.......,603
Part VII: Lepidoptera........*****... .******625
Part VIII: Hymenoptera.....*......*630
Part IX: Diptera.. ..... ....... ....652
Part IU Siphonaptera..............*654
Part XI: Acarina...................655


A Second List of Publications on
DDT.................... ....... .. 660


A Third List of Publications on DDT,
January through June 1945..*......674


Abstracts of Recent Foreign and
Domestic Patents Relating to Derris,
Lonchocarpus, Tephrosia, and
Rotenone.. .*..**............... *514






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Roark, R. C.: Abstracts of Recent
Patents Relating to Rotenone..***.....*706


Some New or Little-Used Insecticides
Worthy of Further Testing....... 564


The Work of the Division of Insecti-
cide Investigations, 1927-1939...516

-.---- and Mclndoo, N. E.: A Digest
of the Literature on DDT Through
April 30, 194............ .... 631

- and Mcindoo, N. E.: A Second
Digest of the Literature on DDT
(May 1, 1944, to Deceaber 31,
1944.) ..... ..**** ..**.*........ 687

---- and Mclndoo, N. E.: A Third
Digest of the Literature on DDT
(January through June 1945)........728

Rockwood, L. P. See under Reeher,
Max M.

Romney, V. E.: The Beet Leafhopper
and Its Control on Beets Grown for
Seed in Arisona and New Mexico..**...567

---- Cassidy, T. P., and York,
G. T.: Experiments With DDT
Against Insects Attacking Guayule..672

---- See also under Hills, Owen A.

Rude, C. S.: A New Remedy for the
Control of the Gulf Coast Tick.....686


Control of the Boll Weevil on Sea-
Island Cotton under Florida
Conditions.......****** ......... 566

---- and Graham, 0. H.: A New
Treatment for Screwworms in Live-
stock.............................. 708

---- and Parish, H. I.: Control
of the Ear Tick...................695


Rude, C. S., and Parish, H. E.:
Control of the Sheep Tick by a
Single Dipping in DDT Emulsion.....679

--- Smith, C. L., and Parish,
H. E.: A New Remedy for Fleece
Worms............*................. 633

Sailer, R. I. See under Hoffman, C. H.

Satterthwait, A. F. See under Blanchard,
R. A.

Saunders, D. H. See under Mayer, E. L.

Schaefer, C. W., and Farrar, C. L.t
The Use of Pollen Traps and Pollen
Supplements in Developing Honeybee
Colonies....***..*........ ....... o.531

Sahbpp, Ralph. See under Brindley, Tom
A.

Schwitzgebel, R. B. See under Cotton,
R.T.

Scott, L. B., and Milam, Joe: Baits
and Traps for the Control of
Tobacco and Tomato Hornworms..*..57..73

---- and Milan, Joe: Tests With
Poisoned Baits and Attractants for
Moths of the Tobacco and Tomato
H rnworns ** 6606* 73.5

---- See under Stahl, C. F.

Shands, W. A., Allen, Norman, and
Gilmore, J. U.: Control of Insects
on Growing Tobacco Plants of the
Flue-Cured Type. ,*.*..*** ****......9..9

-- Se.e under Stahl, C. F.

Simmons, Perez, and Fisher, Charles K.:
Closed Figs in Relation to Insect
Attack and Disease Infection.......611

---- See under Kaloostian, Geo. H.






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Simmons, S. W., and Blakeslee, E. B.:
The Prevention of Dog Fly and
Housefly Breeding in Waste
Celery..... ........... ....... 583

-... and Dove, W. E.: Control of
Dog Fly Breeding in Beach Deposits
of Marine Grasses..................541

---- See also under Dove, W. E.:
Control of Dog Fly Breeding in
Peanut Litter...................... 542

Smith, C. L. See under Melvin, Roy;
Rude, C. S.

Smith, C. R. See under Gahan, J. B.

Smith, L. E.-: Phenoxathiin-A
Promising Insecticide****...*****..580

---- See also under Gertler, S. I.

Snapp, Oliver I.: Controlling the
Peachtree Borer With Propylene
Dichloride Emulsion.*......*****.......*.676


Dichloroethyl Ether for the Control
of the Plum Curculio on Peach....558


Effect of Ethylene Dichloride
Emulsion on Peach Trees..........555

---- and Hollon, Julius P.: An
Improved Curculio Jarring Sheet....608

-- and Jones, Thomas J.: Device
for Picking up Peach Drops.........638

Snyder, F. M., Morton, F. A., and
Cross, H. F.: Results of Screening
Tests With Materials Evaluated as
Insecticides, Miticides, and Repel-
lents. Part IV. Evaluation of Ma-
terials as Miticides for Applica-
tion to Clothing...................733

South Carolina Experiment Station,
Clemson, S. C.: Experiments With
DDT Conducted by the Station.. ,.644a


Stage, H. H.: The Use of DDT in Con-
trolling Fleas.....................680


Use of DDT in Control of Flies on
Cattle and Around Farm
Buildings .......................675

Stahl, C. F., Shands, W. S., Chamberlin,'
F. S., and Scott, L. B.: Preliminary
Tests With New Compounds Against
Larvae of the Tobacco and Tomato
Hornworms........e.e................ 639

---- and Thomas, W. A.: The
Tobacco Moth as a Pest in Growers'
Pack Houses in North Carolina and
Virginia............. ............632

Stahler, N. See under Baker, Howard;
Osborn, Max R.

Stakman, E. C., Levine, M. N., and
Loegering, W. Q.: Identification of
Physiologic Races of Puccinia gram-
inis tritici.......................617

--- and Loegering, W. Q.:
Physiologic Races of Puccinia ra-
injis in the United States in 1939..522

--- Loegering, W. Q., and Cotton,
Ralph U.: Physiologic Races of
Puccinia graminis in the United
States in 1940... ................522A

and Loegering, X. Q.:
Physiologic Races of Puccinia gram-
inis in the United States in 1941.522B

---- and Loegering, 1. Q.:
Physiologic Races of Puccinia gram-
inis in the United States in 1942.522C

Standard Oil Company (Indiana),
Chicago, Ill., Technical Departaent;
Experiments With DDT Conducted by the
Technical Department.............*644

Steiner, L. F., Summerland, S. A.,
Arnold, C. H., and Fahey, J. E.: Test
of DDT Mixtures Against Codling Moth
Larvae........................e... 628






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Stitt, Loyd L.: An Experimental Co-
operative Community Program for the
Cultural Control of Bugs of the
Genus Ly=a on Alfalfa Seed Crops
in the Mohawk Area of Arizona in
1939 and 1940......................546

Sturtevant, A. P., Knowlton, G. F.,
Hitchcock, J. D., Vansell, G. H.,
Holit, E. C., Nye, W. P.: A
Report of Investigations of the
Extent and Cause of Heavy Losses
of Adult Honeybees in Utah.........545

Summerland, S. A. See r Steiner,
L. F

Swift, H. H. Se under Hoffmann, C. H.

Swingle, H. C., Gahan, J. B., and
Phillips, A. M.: Developmental
Tests of Synthetic Organic Com-
pounds as Insecticides. Part I....730

---- Gahan, J. B., and Phillips,
A. M.: g-Phenylazoaniline as an
Insecticide.*****...............***........****565

---- Gahan, J. B., and Phillips,
A.* N.: Phthalonitrile as an
Insecticide******........**.....******....... 548

--- Phillips, A. M., and Gahan,
J. B.: Preliminary Tests of
Synthetic Organic Compounds as
Insecticides. Part I..............621

---- Phillips, A. M., and Gahan,
J. B.: Preliminary Tests of
Synthetic Organic Compounds as
Insecticides. Part II..*********...........*634

---- See AMl dr Gahan, J. B.;
Phillips, A. M.

Talley, Florence B. undr Mayer,
E. L.

Tenhet, Joseph N.: Pyrethrumn-Oil Sprays
in Open-Type Tobacco Warehouses....*717


Texas Agricultural Experiment Station,
A. ad NM. College of Texas, College
Station, Tex.: Experiments With DDT
Conducted by the Station......... 6*****44g

Thomas, W. A. See der Stahl, C. F.

Todd, Frank E., and Bishop, Roy K.:
The Role of Pollen in the Economy
of the Hive......................,.536

Townes, H. K. See der Dowden, Philip
B.; Hoffmann, C. H.

Travis, B. V., and Morton, F. A.: Use
of Insect Repellents and
Miticides..........................698

--- See Al= udr Morton, F. A.

Truck Crop and Garden Insect Investi-
gations, Division of: Suggested
Reductions in Rotenone Content of
Insecticide Dust Mixtures Applied to
Vegetables....................... l


The Potato Tuber Worm........... ..554


Uses and Dosages of Cryolite for
Insect Control..........,,.,,,*..610

University of Maryland, College Paerk,
Md.: Experiments With DDT Conduct4-':
by the University.................64q

University of Minnesota, Division of
Entomology and Economic Zoology,
St. Paul, Minn.: Experiments With
DDT Conducted by the Division of
Entomology and Economic Zoology**..*644t

University of Wisconsin, College of
Agriculture, Madison, Wis.: Exper-
iments With DDT Conducted by the
College of Agriculture....... ***.....**644J

University of Wisconsln, Department of
Economic Entomology, Madison, Wis.-
Experimerts With DDT Conducted by the
Department of Economic Evtomology.644i






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Vansell, G. H., and Bisscn, C. S.:
Brief Presentation of the Charac-
teristics, Contaminants, Processing,
and Uses of Beeswax........*........**495

.... See r Sturtevant, A. P.

Virginia Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion, Blacksburg, Va.: Experiments
With DDT Conducted by the Station.644b

Vivian, D. L., and Acree, Fred, Jr.:
A Second List of Organic Sulfur
Compounds Used as Insecticides.....539

----- S aso de Gertler, S. I.

Wadley, F. M.: Bibliography of the
Codling Moth, 1935................509

Walkden, H. H.: Control of the Pale
Western Cutworm in the Southern
Great Plains Region......... ....*********.519

----- S A under Cotton, R. T.

Wallace, H. E., York, G. T., and Cook,
W. C.: The Beet Leafhopper in
Relation to the Production of Garden
Beet Seed in Central California.... 590

Wallis, R. L.: The Potato and Tomato
P syllid............................ 532

Walter, E. V., and Benton, Curtis:
Contact Insecticides for Chinch Bug
Control on Corn......*****.......****....*.530

Controlling Grubs of the Southern Green
June Beetle in Lawns.............*523

Weil, L. See ud Mayer, E. L.

Wells, R. W.: The Use of Derris and
Cube Washes in the Control of Cat-
tle Grubs..........................496

--- and Laake, E. W.: The Use of
Derris and Cube Washes and Dusts in
the Control of Cattle Grubs........562


White, R. T.: Effect of the Sun's
Rays Upon the Viability of Spores
of BacLjs popilliae Dutky, the
Organism Causing Milky Disease of
Japanese Beetle Larvae.............703

--- and McCabe, P. J.: Colonization
of the Organism Causing Milky Disease
of Japanese Beetle Larvae..........605

---- See & under McCabe, P. J.

White, W. H.: A Summary of the Results
of the Work With DDT Conducted by the
Division of Truck Crop and Garden
Insect Investigations During the
Season of 1944.................... .642


Summary of Results With DDT Against
Truck Crop, Tobacco, and Sugar Beet
Insects During 1945......... .96 692

Whittam, Donald. See under Dowden,
Philip B.

Whitten, R. R.: Preliminary Experi-
ments With DDT in 1944 for the Con-
trol of the Smaller European Elm
Bark Beetle.........**.*........... .670

Wilcox, Joseph, and Elmore, J. C.:
The Control of the Tomato Fruitworm,
the Tomato Pinworm, the Tomato Russet
Mite, and Hornworms................589

---- and Holland, A. F.: Results of
Field Experiments With DDT Against
Insects Affecting Tomatoes in Southern
California.........................699

-- See also under Barber, G. W.

Woodrow, A. W.: Some Effects of Temper-
ature, Relative Humidity, Confinement,
and Type of Food on Queen Bees in
Mailing Cages......................529

-See under Mayer, E. L.

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Yates, W. W. See under Knipling, E. F.

York, G. T. See under Lawson, F. R.;
Romney, V. E.; and Wallace, H. E.

Others, M. A., and Carlson, F. W.: A
Spray for Destroying Over-wintering
Larvae of the Codling Moth on Apple
Tree Trunks.........***...............712


others, M. A. See also under Carlson,.
F. W.

Young, Hiram C.: Insectary and Field-
Cage Tests With DDT Against White-
Fringed Beetle Adults Conducted at
Florala, Ala., During 1944........ 662


SUBJECT INDEX


Activators, for nicotine
insecticides..*.*.*.....* *........*709

Aerial-
application of DIDT for control of
forest insects, summary of 1945
investigations...................684
equipment for applying
concentrates......*..*.***.***0..508
S equipment for applying DIDT against
forest insects in 1944.*******663
equipment for control of gypsy
moth with DDT******************....................726

Airplane dusting, for hemipterous
cotton insect control in Arizona,
crop season, 1940.*. *. 543

Alfalfa-
cultural control of Lys bugs on
seed crops in the Mohawk area of
Arizona, 1939 and 1940...........546
seed, DDTI, sabadilla, and pyrethrum
dusts for control of Lvgus spp...658
weevil control with DDT and other
new dusts on seed alfalfa........**697

2-Aminoazobenzene hydrochloride, as
insecticide......**....*.......**.*550

Anabasine-
review of information, 1939-1944..0636
review of information on...........537
toxicity tests.......***********#*&*710

Animals, insects affecting, control by
DDT formulations...................714


Aphids-
cotton root, control measures****......*533
sugar-beet root control suggestions
in California....................577

Apple tree trunks, spray for
destroying overwintering larvae of
codling moth....................... 712

Aquatic insects, effect of DDT.......702

Aqueous solutions, ethylene dibromide-
ethylene dichloride mixtures for
fumigation of Japanese beetle larvae
in soil............................694

Arthropods, susceptibility to rotenone
and rotenoids................**.......656

Attractants, for moths of tobacco and
tomato hornworms. **.............* 735

Bacillus popilliae Dutky-
colonization, 1939-1945...... ...... 704
viability of spores, effect of sun's
rays upon..***************......................***703

Baits-
for tobacco and tomato hornworm
control.*..* *****..**.............. 578
poisoned, for moths of tobacco and
tomato hornworms.**********................735

Bedbugs, control by DDT..***.....**.......681

Beekeeping, dependence of agriculture
on................................. 584







Beeswax, characteristics, contaminants,
processing, and uses.............**************..495

Beet leafhopper-
control on seed beets in Arizona and
New Mexico.......* ........... .567
on Russian-thistle as a summer host
plant, acreage reduction in San
Joaquin Valley, California..,....573
relation to production of garden
beet seed in central California..590

Benzamides, n-substituted, toxicity
to insects.........................*************732

Benzene hexachloride, publications


Bibliography, codling moth..**.........******509

Black-horned pine borer, damage to
ponderosa pine lumber and rustic
poles..............................*599

Boll weevil-
control by dusting......*...,.......538
on sea-island cotton under Florida
conditions.. **......****** ...... ***566

Bulb scale mite, control......*****.......*507

Cabbage caterpillars, control
recommendations in South under
wartime conditions.... *********** 591

Carbon disulphide, fumigation of bulk
potting soil for the white-fringed
beetle**....*....*....***........**553

Castor-bean plant, source of
insecticides, literature review....***666

Cattle-
fly control by DDT.................****675
fly trap for control of horn flies.498
grubs, control by derris and cube
washes.................***......0496
grubs, control by derris and cube
rashes and dusts.................562
grubs, destruction by rotenone-
containing dusts, sprays, washes,
and dips.........................623
grubs, rotenone reduction in dusts
for treatments....*******.. ***602


Cereal--
insects, control with DDT in field
and in storage****................**...640
products, milled, tests of DDT
against insect pests.............641

Chemical compounds, tests against
fabric insects******.....................592:

Chinch bugs, control on corn.........530"

Cicada, periodical, brood IIV........502

Cockroach-
control with DDT*****..*.....* ...... 701
toxicity of pyrethrins I and II in
kerosene.. .......... ,... ..*. 544 ,s

Codling moth-
bibliography.***..*...... ....* *509
concentrated trunk spray for
destroying larvae*******. **....*629
DDT mixtures, test against larvae..62a
spray for destroying over-wintering
larvae on apple tree trunks..**....712
larvae destruction by steam treatment
of orchard boxes.************................534

Collar treatments, for nursery stock.576

Confinement, effect on queen bees in
mailing cages**...*.************..**.. 529

Conifers, weevil attack, preventive
methods *e ..., ..,.. **.... ***.**.500

Conversion tables,use in insect
control work********************.....................*..*417

Corn-
contact insecticides for chinch
bug control.....................530
earworm control by oil solutions and
in emulsions of DDT and pyrethrum
in sweet corn...........P. *....665
earworm, control by styrene dibromide,
pyrethrum substitute in insecti-
cidal oil used on sweet corn.....619
earworm, control in dent seed corn
by mineral oil insecticides......664
earworm, control on lima beans..... 547
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Cotton-
aphid, control by dusting..........538
insects and spiders found in
Spanish moss, gin trash, woods
trash, and on wild cotton........528
insects, control. ***4 . ........ 569
insects, control by dusting**...* .538
insects, hemipterous, control by
insecticides, in Arizona.........506
insects, hemipterous, control results
from airplane dusting in Arizona,
crop season, 1940..........*.....543
insects, tests with DDT in 1944....657
insects, yields obtained in field-
plot control experiments at
Tallulah, La., 1920 to 1942......606
root aphids, control measures.....****533
sea-island, boll weevil control
under Florida conditions...... *** 566

Cronartium ribicola, host-parasite
relationships, function of tannin
in. C....e.e.....e.......ee...o..e..... 518

Cryolite, uses and dosages for insect
control...... ..... .*.***.... 610

Cube-
washes and dusts in cattle grub
control..... . 562
washes, in control of cattle
grubs... . .... .496

Cule quinquefasciatus Say, organic
compounds as larvicides for...*....585

Curcullo, improved Jarring sheet.....608

Cutworm, pale western, control in
Southern Great Plains region....... 519

DDTr-
against cotton insects in 1944.....657
against fruit insects in 1944......637
against Crasshoppers in 1944***.......**653
against insect pests of stored seed,
grain, and milled cereal
products....********* *.. **...*641
against Japanese beetle in 1944....645
against Mexican fruitfly...........700
against pea weevil.....***.**.*.**668
against tomato insects in southern
California..............*....... 699


DDT-
against truck crop, tobacco, ar
sugar beet insects, 1945.
applied with aerial equipment
against forest insects in ..-....* 3
control of bedbugs......... *. o. l
control of cerpAl and forage crop
insects in field and storage.**...,640
control of corn earworm in dent seed
corn.,........................4**664
control of fleas.................. 680
control of flies on cattle and
around farm buildings............*675
control of forest insects, summary of
investigations with special
reference to aerial application,
1945.............................684
control of forest insects, tests in
1944... .. .. .. ..... .. 649
control of guayule insects.......*..672
control of gypsy moth, with aerial
equipment.... .. ................. 726
control of Japanese beetle**....... *****74
control of little fire ant......... 683
control of pecan weevil in South-
eastern States....*******......**......723
control of roaches... ............ 701
control of smaller European elm bark
beetle in 1944................ ..670
control of spruce budworm in
Colorado in 1944.................59
control of sucking insects on elm..%6f7
control of sugarcane borer, rice
stinkbug, and grass webworm....*..647
control of vetch bruchid in western
Oregon........*................. 650
dust and spray preparations, effects
on larvae of European corn borer.671
dusts and sprays, phytotoxicity to
truck crops in Wisconsin........715
dusts for control of alfalfa weevil
on seed alfalfa.................697
dusts for control of L_ s spp. en
seed alfalfa...****..............658,697
dusts, on potatoes in eastern
Washington.....................689
effect on aquatic insects..........702
effect on plants when applied to soil
for destruction of Japanese beetle
larvae...,*..................,..0.77
effect on sweetpotato weevil......691
emulsion, control of sheeptick by
single dip....**........,*..,*..,. 679





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experiments conducted by State agri-
cultural experiment stations,
agricultural colleges, and other
non-Federal research organizations
(parts a-v)..........*............44
experiments for control of European
corn borer infesting sweet corn at
Toledo, Ohio, in 1944....... ***.659
experiments on insects affecting man
and animals.............**......***...673
formulations for control of insects
affecting animals................714
influence of temperature on effec-
tiveness, and comparative toxicity
of DDT and lead arsenate to larvae
of Japanese beetle in soil.......624
insectary and field-cage tests
against white-fringed beetles at
Florala, Ala., 1944.*******Q.*662
literature digest through April 30,
1944.. .... . ................ ...631
mixtures, tests against codling moth
larvae...................*........*628
oil solutions and emulsions, tests
against earworm in sweet corn....665
second digest of literature, May 1,
1944, to December 31, 1944.......687
second list of publications........660
sprays and dusts, formulation......*643
sprays for control of Gulf Coast
tick................... . . ...719
summary of work with DIDT conducted
by Division of Truck Crop and
Garden Insect Investigations
during season of 1944*....642
technical, effectiveness and
duration in different soils
against larvae of Japanese
beetle........................... 716
third digest of literature
(January through June 1945).****728
third list of publications, January
through June 1945.........*.......674

Derris--
abstracts of recent foreign and
domestic patents relating to.....514
control of cattle grubs....*****........496


Derris--
insecticidal uses of rotenone and
rotenoids from........ ..... ..579,581
593,594
598,603
625,630
652,654
655
washes and dusts in cattle"
grub control..... .... ...... ,...562 i

Detergents, commercially available,
list of........,.......,,...,...**.504

Deterrents, control for aeldonfly..... 510

Dichloroethyl ether, control of plum
curcullo an peach*...*.*******#9*** 558
W
1,4-Uiphenyl semicarbaside, use as
insecticide.****..***** .549

Dips, rotenone-containing preparation
and use for destruction of cattle
grubs..............................623

Dispersing agents, commercially avail-
able, list.........................504

Dog flies--
control in beach deposits of marine
grasses.. .... .. ................541
control in peanut litter..**........542
prevention of breeding in waste
celery.....**...............,... 5083 ."

Dusting, for control of boll weevil
and cotton aphid..............*.....538

Dusts-
carriers for nicotine............. 720
DDT formulation...................643
DDT, phytotoxicity to truck crops in
Wisconsin.****...........*............ 715
derris and cube in cattle grub
control ******************* 562
mixtures, reductions in rotenone
content of insecticide applied to
vegetables.................***...*****...560





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Dusts--
rotenone-containing preparation and
use for destruction of cattle
grubs.o..........................623

Ear ticks, control ofo...............695

Earworms--
control in sweet corn..............*525
control in sweet corn by use of oil
containing pyrethrins...........********497
see also Corn earworm.
IElm---
bark beetle, smaller European, control
smith DIDT in 1944.............470
sucking insects, DDT tests against.667

Emulsifying agents, commercially avail-
able, list........................504

Equipments--
for applying concentrated sprays...**574
use in insect control work.........** 517

Erigeron spp., insecticidal action...736

Ethylene dibromide-ethylene dichloride,
aqueous solutions for fumigation of
Japanese beetle larvae in soil**.....*694

Ethylene dichloride-
aqueous solution for fumigation of
Japanese beetle larvae in soil...626
emulsion, effect on peach trees....555

European corn borer--
control by insecticides......***......*718
control by insecticides in early
market sweet corn, Toledo, Ohio
in 1943..........................609
control in dahlias.................596
control in sweet corn with DDT at
Toledo, Ohio in 1944......****.......659
effects of DDT dust and spray on
larvae........................... 671
parasites, field status at close of
1941........ ................. 588
toxicity of organic compounds to...557
612
620
707


Fabric insects, chemical compounds
against.... ..***. .........592
Figs, closed, relation to insect attack
and disease infection..............611

Fire ant, little, control by DDT.....683

Fleas, control by DDT......9........680

Fleece worms, remedy for.............633

Flies, on cattle and around farm
buildings, by DDT................**..675

Food, effect on queen bees in mailing
cages....**. *.. .*... 529

Forage crop insects, control with DIDT
in field and storage......*......*640

Forest insects-
control with DDT in 1944...........649
control with DDT, summary of
investigations with special refer-
ence to aerial application, 1945.684
DDT applied with aerial equipment
in 1944..........................*663
effectiveness of concentrated sprays
against.. .***..*. .**.. ***....... 515

Fruit insects, results of tests with
DDT in 1944........................637

Fuaigant--
hydrocyanic acid for Japanese
beetle..........................604
methyl bromide, literature review
through 1940.....................618

Fumigation-
bulk potting soil with carbon
disulphide for the white-fringed
beetle.....*9...... .....* ...553
bulk soil with methyl bromide for
white-fringed beetle in New
Orleans...****....... 0.*..****9 512
flowerpots with methyl bromide for
white-fringed beetle larva.......513
fruit and nursery-stock hosts of
oriental fruit moth..............711








Fumigation-
greenhouse plants at the U. S. plant
Introduction Garden, Glenn Dale,
Md., with methyl bromide.........526
imported perishable food products
with methyl bromide.......*****.......*521
Japanese beetle larvae in soil,
preparation of aqueous solutions
of ethylene dibromide-ethylene
dichloride mixtures.............694
methyl bromide......o.............. 601
nursery stock with methyl bromide
for oriental fruit moth..........614
residual insecticide mixtures for
control of Japanese beetle.......696
sweetpotatoes with methyl bromide
for destruction of sweetpotato
weevil*........e...*.............600
vault, with methyl bromide for con-
trol of orchid-infesting insects.690

Geraniol, distillation, standard
method............*................. 511

Grain,stored, tests of DDT against
insect pests.......................641
Grape leaf folder, life history and
other factors affecting control....616

Grapes, raisin moth on......*.........527

Grass webworm, control with DDTe......647

Grasshoppers-
control by insecticides............722
DDT tests against, 1944............653
Ground equipment, for applying
concentrates...........*.**........ 508

Guayule insects, control by DDTI......672

Gulf Coast tick-
control by DDT sprays*..............719
control remedy.....................686

Gypsy moth, control by DDT with aerial
equipment....****.........**............**.726

Halogen compounds, insecticidal action,
literature references........... ** .,678


Helenalin, toxicity to certain
insects........................... 572

Heliopsis ionAe insecticidal
action o....... .................. 7 36

Hexaethyl tetraphosphate, digest of
information.************ ******e .721:

HMneybees-
dependence of agriculture on.......584
effects of temperature, relative
humidity, confinement, and type of
food on queen bees in mailing
cages............** ..*****....... 529:
losses in Utah, extent and cause...545j
role of pollen in hive economy.....536
two-queen colony management........693|

Horn flies, control by cattle fly
trap............................... .498i

Hornworms, control........ .......... 5o

Houseflies, prevention of breeding in !
waste celery.......................583

Humidity, effect on queen bees in
mailing cages......................529

Hydrocyanic acid, fumigant for Japanese..
beetle,............................604,

Hypera brunneipenns (Boh.), progress
report on studies in Yuma Valley of
Arizona............................551

Insecticides-
against Lygus bugs on sugar beets
grown for seed.....*.....**......635
against Lygu spp. and Say stink-
bug...****** ********b4
against pepper weevil, tests at
Alhambra, California.............627
-aminoazobenzene hydrochloride... 550
castor-bean plant as source........666
contact, for chinch bug control on
corn... c....e .. *e ....e..... .e 530
l,4-diPhenyl semicarbazide......... 549
field tests to control European
corn borer in early market sweet
corn, at Toledo, Ohio in 1943...609
for control of hemipterous cotton
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Insecticides--
for control of spruce budworm in
Colorado in 194. ...**.*****. 669
fumigant-residual mixtures for
control of Japanese beetle.......696
in grasshopper control.............*******722
in mineral oil, comparison for
control of corn earworm in dent
seed corn......*...............,664
metal-nicotine compounds........*****.646
new or little-used, worthy of fur-
ther testing.....................564
nicotine, activators...**............,709
nicotine, dust carriers.........***...720
investigation work of Division,
192 7-1939... ....................516
oil-containing, for earworm control
in sweet corn*********......****............*.**** .525
organic sulfur compounds used as,
second list......................539
phenoxathiin as............*************........***580
L)-phenylazoaniline..*.......*o.*..* 565
phthalonitrile as..................*548
reductions in rotenone content of
dust mixtures applied to
vegetables......*******0... .**** 560
screening tests ............ ......733
synthetic organic compounds...621,634,
729,730,
738
tests against pea aphid.......**.....651
tests on Mexican bean beetle..*.....682
uses of proprietary surface-active
agents...........................607
uses of rotenone-bearing plants,
1938-1944, review...............713

Insects-
affecting animals, control by DDT
formulations......................714
affecting man and animals DDT
experiments. .....................673
affecting sugar beets grown for seed
in Arizona and New Mexico........552
attacking stored seed, protection
from.................. ......... ..677
control on house plants............********524
control with cryolite for..........*****610
control work, conversion tables and
equivalents for****........***.......... 517
in Spanish moss, gin trash, and
woods trash, and on wild cotton..528
toxicity of semicarbazone to...... 705


Japanese beetle-
biology of.........................615
comparative toxicity of DDT and
lead arsenate to larvae in soil..624
control............................ 727
control by DDT.....**************.............*..**724
control by DDT applied to soil,
effect on plants.................737
control by fumigant-residual insecti-
cide mixtures*****....................696
DDT tests against in 1944..........645
effect of sun's rays upon
viability of Bacillus popilliae
Dutky spores, organism causing
milky disease....................703
effectiveness and duration of
technical DDT in different soils
against larvae.*****...........***...716
fumigation of larvae in soil with
aqueous solution of ethylene
dichloride....................... 626
fumigation of larvae in soil with
ethylene dibromide-ethylene di-
chloride mixtures********....*........... 694
hydrocyanic acid as fumigant for...60(
influence of temperature on effec-
tiveness of lead arsenate against
larvae in soil...................622
larvae, colonization of organism
causing milky disease*******........**...605
milky disease colonization, 1939-
1945. ............ ...... .704

Jarring sheet, for curculios.........608

June beetle, southern green, grub
control in lawns..................,523

June bugs on pecan in Louisiana......559

Larvi ide-
oil-emulsion for mosqtitoes........587
organic compounds for Culex
mquinquefasciatus Say**********.............585

Lead arsenate-
comparative toxicity of DDT and lead
arsenate to larvae of Japanese
beetle in soil.................624
influence of temperature on effec-
tiveness against larvae of Jap-
anese beetle in soil............622




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Lice, human, control**.......... .......685

Lima beans-
corn earworm control..***...**.......547
two-spotted mite control in
California....................... 613

Livestock, screwworm treatment**...*... 708

Locusts, control in Argentina........734

Lonchocarpus-
abstracts of recent foreign and
domestic patents relating to.....**514
cube and timbo, insecticidal uses
of rotenone and
rotenoids....579,581,593,594,598,603
625,630,652,654,655

Lousicides, screening tests with
insecticides, miticides, and
repellents............ ............ 733

Lus bugs-
comparative values of new insecti-
cides............................ 648
control with DDT and other new dusts
on seed alfalfa..................697
control with DDT, sabadilla, and
pyrethrum dusts on seed alfalfa..658
cultural control on alfalfa seed
crops in Mohawk area of Arizona,
1939 and 1940....................546
on sugar beets grown for seed,
insecticides against....*..****...*.635
Marine grasses, control of dog fly
breeding in........................541

May beetles on pecan in Louisiana....559

Melonfly, deterrents as control for..510

Methyl bromide-
chemical study of preparation and
stability of aqueous solutions...575
collar treatments for nursery
stock...................... ...576
fumigation.........................601
fumigation for white-fringed beetle
larvae in fIowerpots....**........513
fumigation of bulk soil against white-
fringed beetle in New Orleans....512


Methyl bromide-
fumigation of greenhouse plants at
the U. S. Plant Introduction
Garden, Glenn Dale, Md.......526'
fumigation of imported perishable
food products.... .*.... ... 2
fumigation of nursery stock for
oriental fruit moth..**.........**.*614
fumigation of sweetpotatoes for
destruction of sweetpotato
weevil**..** .* eae s. ......0 o.. 600
insect fumigant-literature review
through 1940..................*618|
vault fumigation for control of
orchid-infesting insects.. ..... 690,

Mexican bean beetle, insecticidal
tests..... ... ..... .. ... .. 682

Mexican fruitfly, DDT against.......700
.:':
Milky disease-
Japanese beetle larvae, coloni-
zation. **. ... ........... 605,704
Japanese beetle larvae, effect of
sun's rays upon viability of
spores of Bacillus popilliae.....703

Mite, bulb scale, control............507

Miticides-
evaluation for application to
clothing...****. ...*.... ... .733
screening tests**... ***.......... *. 733
use of..........................698

Mosquito-
larvicides, screening tests........733
oil-emulsion larvicide.......... ...587
repellents, screening tests...e...733

Nicotine-
activators.....................* 709
dust carriers.........e.............720
insecticidal uses (summary of
literature, 1690-1934) .......... 597
insecticides, metal compounds......646
toxicity tests.... *.......... .710,725

Nicotinium salts, toxicity tests.....725

Nornicotine-
review of information on....Da561,636


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Nornicotine-
toxicity tests....... ............ 710

Nursery stock, fumigation for
oriental fruit moth...... ..........711

Oil-
containing pyrethrins for earworm
control in sweet corn...**..*****.......497
emulsion, new mosquito larvicide...587
insecticides for earworm control
in sweet corn......*....***..*....525

Orchard boxes, steam treatment to
destroy codling moth larvae......**..534

Orchid-infesting insects, control by
vault fumigation with methyl
bromide........................ 690

Organic compounds-
against larvae of tobacco and
tomato hornworms. *************.............** .639
insecticidal action of halogen,
literature references.....****.......**678
insecticides against pea aphid.....651
larvicides for Culex
QuinQuefasciatus Say.............585
synthetic, tests as insecticides.
621,634,729,730,738
Toxicity to European corn borer....557
612,620,707
toxicity to young screwworm larvae.586

Oriental fruit moth-
fumigation of fruit and nursery
stock............................711
methyl bromide fumigation of nur-
sery stock for...................614
utilization of parasites for reduc-
ing injury to peaches...........570

Parasites-
European corn borer, field status
at close of 1941.................588
utilization for reducing oriental
fruit moth injury to peaches.....570

Parlatoria chinensis Marlatt, in
United States..................535,595

Patents relating to derris,
lonchocarpus, tephrosia, and
rotenone.***.***************** 514


Pea-
aphid, insecticides a-ainst..*..*....651
weevil, DDT laboratory and field
tests with.......................668

Peach-
dichloroethyl ether for control of
plum curculio...............*.******.... 558
drops, picking-up device...........638
trees, effect of ethylene dichloride
emulsion.......**......***.... **.... *.. 555
utilization of parasites for reduc-
ing injury by oriental fruit
moth............................. 570

Peachtree borer, control with
propylene dichloride emulsion......676

Peanut litter, dog fly control in....542

Pecan-
May beetles, or June bugs, on
in Louisiana.....................559
weevil control by DDT in Southeastern
States........................... 723

Pepper weevil, insecticidal tests at
Alhambra, California...............*27

Phenoxathiin, promising insecticide. .580

i-Phenylazoaniline as an insecticide.565

Phthalonitrile, as insecticide....... 548

Picrotoxin, toxicity to certain
insects............................ 572

Plants-
intecticidal review of literature,
1941.. .. ..... ........... .. . ....661
rotenone bearing, insecticidal uses,
1938-1944, review................ 713
rotenone-bearing chemical
analysis......................... 563
rotenone or rotenoid containing....671

Plum curculio, control on peach by
dichloroethyl ether.......****.........***558

Pollen-
role in economy of hive............536
supplemmets, use in developing
honeybee colonies................531





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Pollen--
traps--use in developing honeybee
colonies......................... 531

Ponderosa pine lumber, damage by black-
horned pine borer..................599

Potato-
DDT dusts on............ ..... ..689
tuber worm..... **........******........... 554

Propylene dichloride emulsion, control
of peachtree borer..********.........***.676

Psyllid, potato and tomato psyllid...532

Puccinia graminis-
physiologic races in United States
in 1939......... 522
physiologic races in United States
in 1940og.c races in Uni.ed 522-A
physiologic races in United States
in 1941........................522-B
physiologic races in United States
in 1942........................ 522-C

Puccinia graminis tritici-
physiologic races, identification..617

Pyrethrins-
I and II, toxicity in kerosene to
American cockroach......*........544
in oil for earwvorm control in
sweet corn................*********..****. .****497

Pyrethrum-
dust for control of Lygus spp. on
seed alfalfa.....................658
oil solutions and emulsions, tests
against earworm in sweet corn....665
oil sprays in open-type tobacco
warehouses.....**..***................*717

Quassin, toxicity to certain insects.572

Raisin moth, on grapes.******.........****527

Ranch management, for screwworm
prevention and eradication in
Texas and adjoining States.........520

Repellents--
screening tests.....******.* ... .73
use of..............***::::......


Ribes, host-parasite relationships,
function of tannin in..............518

Rice stinkbug, control with DDT......647

Rotenoids-
insecticidal uses from derris,
lonchocarpus (cube and timbo),
tephrosia, and related plants....579
581,593
594,598
603,625
630,652
654,655
list of plants containing..........571
susceptibility of arthropods.......656

Rotenone-
abstracts of recent foreign and
domestic patents relating to.....514
Chemical analysis of plants
containing, review......... .. .. 563
content, reduction in dust
mixtures applied to vegetables...560
dusts, sprays, washes, and dips
containing rotenone for destruction
af cattle grubs,preparation and use..6
insecticidal uses rrom caerriE,
lonchocarpus (cube and timbo),
tephrosia, and related plants....579
581,593,
594,598,
603,625,
630,652,
654,655
list of plants containing....*....*571

patents relating to.**********. e*7. .06
reduction in dusts for cattle grub
treatments.............* ...... .602
susceptibility of arthropods.......656

Russian-thistle, summer host of beet
leafhopper and acreage reduction
in San Joaquin Valley, California..573

Rustic poles, damage by black-horned
pine borer............e*.*. 599

Sabadilla dust for control of Lygus
spp. on seed alfalfa.......... 658

Say stinkbug comparative values of
new insecticides.*****. ..... .648B





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Scale insects-
Parlatoria Chinensis Marlatt....... 595
Parlatoria chinensis Marlatt,
recently discovered in United
States..... ....... .. **o 535

Screening tests, with insecticides,
miticides, and repellents**....*..733

Screwworms-
infesting livestock, prevention and
treatment... ****** ********. o 540,
708
prevention and eradication in Texas
and adjoining States..*...........520
toxicity of organic compounds to
young larvae...................0.586

Seed, stored-
protection from insect attack......677
tests against insect pests...**.....*641

Semicarbazones, toxicity to insects..705

Sheep tick, controlby single dip in
DDT emulsion.. ..... ..***.* .679

Soil fumigation, with methyl bromide,
for white-fringed beetle....... 512,513

Spiders, in Spanish moss, gin trash,
and woods trash, and on wild
cotton......00.000 000 ... 000*000* 528

Sprays--
application by ground and aerial
equipment compared with standard
spraying and dusting methods.... 508
codling moth control on apple tree
trunk..o *******oo*e*o o. oe ****712
concentrated equipment for
applying................... .....5 74
concentrated trunk, for destroying
codling moth larvae*....***........*629
DDT phytotoxicity to truck crops in
Wisconsin...... . .. ...... .0.715
effectiveness in control of forest
insects...* **************.*.* 515
formulation of DDT.................643
pyrethrum-oil, in open-type
tobacco warehouses........**.**. **.******717
rotenone-containing preparation and
use for destruction of cattle
grubs...................... .623


Spruce budworm, control by DDT and
other insecticides in Colorado
in 1944....9...............0.......669

Steam treatment of orchard boxes to
destroy codling moth larvae.......**534

Styrene dibromide, -pyrethrum substitute
in insecticidal oil used for ear-
worm coatrul in sweet corn..*......619

Sucking insects on elm, DDT tests
against... ...**... ****** *.. 0.667

Sugar beet-
Lygus bugs on seed, insecticides
against........ ................ 635
insects affecting seed in Arizona
and New Mexico*********............ *** .552
insects,control with DDT during
1945..... *...... *...*.e *ooo. 692
root aphid, control suggestions in
California............0....... ... 577

Sugarcane borer, control with DDT....647

Sulfur, organic compounds used as
insecticides, second list.*..******'539

Surface-active agents, ise in insecti-
cide preparations............. *****.607

Sweet corn-
DDT experiments for control of
European corn borer at Toledo,
Ohio, in 1944....................659
earworm control by use of DIDT and
pyrethrum in oil solutions and
emulsions...............*********665
earworm control by use of oil
containing pyrethrins.....****.......**497
earworm control by use of oil or
oil containing insecticides......525
earworm control by use of styrene
dibromide, pyrethrum substitute
in insecticidal oil..............619
field tests with insecticides to
control European corn borer,
Toledo, Ohio in 1943.............609

Sweetpotato-
fumigation with methyl bromide for
destruction of sweetpotato weevil.60
weevil, effect of DDT n ....*..9




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Tannin, function in host-parasite rela-
tJ onships...... ........... .....518

TemZ-.rature, effect on queen bees in
mailing cages...... .00..... ..9 29

Tenulin, tc:'" ty to insectse.......7..

Ter nroEia--
abstrhcts of recent foreign and
domestic patents relating to.....'1L
'.e/ccticidcel uses of rotenone and
rotenuoiOE from......579,561 593,594,
598,603,645,630,
65<,654,655

Tob&cco--
flue-cured, insect control on growing
plants ....... ............... .... 99
hornworms, baits and attractants for
moths .......... ..... ............7?@5
hornforms, baits and traps for.....578
horntorms, new compounds against
lrvae gi...... e...... ..... .... 639
insFpcticidal uses (summannury of liter-
ature, 1690-1934)................597
ins.ct control with DDT aiurlng
1945... ........... ...... ........ 69;
insects on sun-grown oigar-type
tobacco in Georgia and Florida,
control recommendations..........0501
Tmoth pests in growers' pack houses
in North Larol:na and Virginia...63;
< vrehouses, open-type, pyrethrum-
oil sprays in.....................717

Tomato-
fru tworm, control....w... e . e 589
hornworme, baits and attractants
for moths........................ 735
hornworms, baits and traps for..... 578
hornworms, nei compounds against
larvae. ..... .e...... ..... ...... .639
insect., results of DDT in southern
California ..... e.... ..... e ..... 699
pinworm, control....... ...........589
russet mite, control...............589
Trap--
for horn fly controle..............,98
for tobacco and tomato hornworm
control .. . . e ......... ..... 78


.*' I m : ***:
Truck crops--
insect control with DDT, 1945........6 ,.
phytotoxicity of DDT dusts and
sprays in Wisconsin.......... ...,6....

Turpentine beetle, red, conifer pest in 4,.
California..........................,.=

Two-spotted mite, control on lima beans .*f
in California........................ , A

Vault fumigation, with methyl bromide, m
control of orchid-infesting insects..

Vegetables, insecticide dust mixtures, ,
reductions in rotenone content....... 5

Vetch bruchid, control with DDT in .
western Oregoneg...... .... **..... .

Aashes- ':P
derris and cube in cattle grub control::
Z62
rotenone-containing preparation and ...
use for destruction of cattle
grubs...... -.......... .. ..ee .62i

Weevils, attacking conifers, preventive,
mfethods..... ............ .... ...... ...500

wetting agents, commercially available.
1ist. ..... .... .............. .........$04

'bite-fringea beetles--
combating methodse... ." .... " e 0%m
control... e.sea **. e. a e ... e e gee.~l
fumigation of bulk potting soil with 5j_
carbon disulphide...... ...... ..55im
fumigation of methyl bromine for
control of bulk soil............. ...
insectary and field-cage tests with
ELT at Flor-la, Ala., 19400.........66
lirva, methyl bromide fumigation in m
florerpots... ... .e...... .... ..513

Wireworms, control suggestions in
California.................. . .556


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