Catalogue of the exhibit of economic entomology at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904

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CATALOGUE


OF THA


IT OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY


AT THE


LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION,
ST. LOUIS, M10., 1904.



COMPIED NDER THE D)IECIloN OF THE ENTOMOLOGIST
BY
E. G. TITUS F. C. PRATT












GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1904.






















LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY,
Washington, D. 0., September 1, 1904.
SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith for publication the
accompanying revised copy of Bulletin No. 47, of this Bureau, a cata-
logue of the exhibit made by the Bureau of Entomology at the Louisi-
ana Purchase Exposition.
Respectfully,
L . HOWARD,
Hon. JAMES WILSON, Entomologist.
Secretary of Agriculture.
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INTRODUCTION.


The following catalogue of the exhibit of economic entomology
made by the Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agricul-
ture, at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, has been prepared with a
view of increasing the usefulness of the exhibit from an economic and
educational standpoint, and it is intended to supplement the exhibit by
giving bibliographical references which will enable persons interested
readily to gain information additional to that conveyed by the label.
The geeral supervision of the preparation of the exhibit itself was
placed by the writer in the hands of Mr. August Busck, assistant in
the Bureau of Entomology, and in this laborious task he has had the
valuable expert assistance of Mr. F. C. Pratt and Mr. E. S. G. Titus,
also assistants in the Burau. The catalogue itself has been compiled
by Messrs. Titus and Pratt. The present catalogue does not include
a consideration of the exhibit of insects injurious to forest trees, which
will be published as a separate pamphlet (Bulletin 48) on account of
the desirability of independent distribution of this portion of the cat-
alogue to persons interested in forestry matters.
The Divisibn of Entomology has been represented at many interna-
tional expositions, its first serious attempt to represent its work in
this way havig been made at the New Orleans Cotton Exposition of
1884. It was represented by large collections at the subsequent
World's Fair at Chicago, at the International E osition at Paris, at
the expositions at Atlanta, Nashville, Omaha, Buffalo, and Charleston.
The present exhibit, however, is, in many respects, a more interesting
one th any of its predecessors. An effort has been made to illustrate
in all of their stages the principal insects injurious to North American
crop. Further attempts have been made to show the economic rela-
tions ofinsects in other respects and, on account of the great current
interest in the subject of the spread of disease by insects, more atten-
tion has been paid to this subject than ever before. Special cases
illustrating insects of the greatest immediate popular interest have
been prepared, and a series of models of the most prominent economic
nsects of the day is shown. An effort has been mde to introduce a
novel feature in this exhibit, namely, living insects feeding under as
natural conditions as possible, which will probably prove of quite as
great interest to visitors as the illustrative cases of dried specimens.
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In the bibliographical references under the titles of the individual
exhibits in this catalogue the most comprehensive general articles have
been indicated, and especial care has been taken to quote such publi-
cations as are most accessible. Reference to many of the earlier
articles may be found in Bul. 31, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1893,
this being an index to the exhibit at the World's Columbian Expo-
sition. In the systematic index the more important recent changes in
entomological nomenclature have been cared for by cross references
from old names to new names for both genera and species.
Persons desiring further information than can be gained from this
catalogue or from conversation with the attendant in charge of exhibit
are requested to address the writer at the U. S. Department of Agri-
culture, Washington, D. C.
L. 0. HOWARD,
Entomologi8t.


















CONTENTS.


ORDER OF CASES IN EXHIBIT.
Page.
Insects injurious to orange and lemon (4 case) ....................... 7
The more important scaleinsects(6 cases)................................. 13
Insects injurious to apple (6 cases) ....................................... 19
The periodical cicada.. .......................................... 27
The whtemarked tussock caterpillar and its parasites ...................... 28
Insects injurious to p2ch.............................................. 29
Insects injurious to pear.................................................. 31
Insects injurious to plum --.......................................... 32
Principal insects liable to be introduced on nursery stock (2 cases) .......... 32
Insects injurous to grape (2 cases) ........--.............................. 37
Insects njurious to cotton (4 cases)..................................... 41
Insects injurious to Indian corn (4 cases) .................................. 49
Insects injurious to sugar cane ......................................... 57
Insects injurious to rice ................................................... 57
Insects njurious to grases and alfalfa (2 cases) ......................... 58, 60
Insects injurious to small grains (wheat, oats, rye, barley, etc.), (3 cases) -... 61
Ineects injuriousto hop ................................................... 65
Insects injurious to clover (4 cases)........................................ 66
Insects injurious to sugar beet (4 ases) .................................... 75
Insects njurious to tobacco (2 cases).................................... 80
Inectsinjurious to beansand peas (2 cases) ............................... 83
Insects injurious to crucifers (cabbage,cauliflower, cre, mustard,etc.), (2cases). 87
Insects injurious to potato ---- --- --- --- --- ---- --- --- --- --- ---..--c... 91
Insects injurious to sweet potato........................................... 91
Insects njurious to tomato ................................................ 95
Insects injurious to asparagus............................................. 96
Insects injurious to cucurbits (melons, cucumbers, squashes, pumpkins, etc.) -.. 98
Insects injurious to other garden vegetables (celery, parsley, parsnip, carrot,
onion, rhubarb) .................................................... 100
Inects injurious to ornamental plant..................................... 102
Insects injurious to cranberry ........................................ 104
Insects injurious to strawberry ............................. ............ 105
Insects injurious to raspberry and blackberry...........................------ 107
Insects injurious tocurrantandgooseberry.........................---... 109
Insects injurious to storedproducts (2 cases) ........................... 111
Household insects ........................--........--..................... 115
Insects which may spread disease ......................................... 118
Insects which directly injure or annoy human beings....................---- 119
Insects injurious todomestic anials-----......-------............--.........----........ 120
Ticks injurious to domestic animals....................................---- 123
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SPECIAL CASES.
Page.
The San Jose scale .--------- .-------..--- ---------...... -.. ........ 17
The periodical cicada ---------.......-----------..--..---------..----- 27
The white-marked tussock caterpillar and its parasites.---.--------. .----... 28
The cotton bollworm; corn-ear worm..-- .....------....- -----------.. 41
The Mexican cotton boll weevil ---------...---------------..-----...-- 42

MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS.

Exhibit of models of insects, and of insects and injured plants............... 124
Exhibit of Riker" mounts of insects and plants which they attak ......... 130
Exhibit of silk moths...............--------------.......---------....... 131

INDEX TO INSECTS EXHIBITED.
Systematic names ..------.....--------...-------------------.......... 133
Common names ..---.. ------..... --........................... ....... 145



























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CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBIT OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
AT THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO ORANGE AND LEMON.

For general articles relating to insects affecting these fruits ee
Hubbard, 1885, and Insects Affecting the Orange, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
Marlatt, Sale Inects and Mites of Citrus Fruits, Farmers' Bul. 172,
1908.
THE APPLE TWIG-BEETLE.
&ephanoderes hitpidduas 1e.
(Formerly Hypothenemzu eruditue auct.)
EXHTrr: Adult and work.
T OAK AXBROSIA BETLE.
Xyleborus affinis Eichh.
For general account see Hubbard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1W-20, 1897, under X. ptibecen, Zimm.
Em : Adult, work, and figure.
T= PAN-AXEMICAN PLATYPUS.
Playpw composile Say.
For general article see Hubbard, Bu. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1416, 1897.
ExmHr: Adult, work, and figure.
FULLEB'S BOSE BEETLE.
Aramigueflleri Horn.
For general account of life history see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 88-96, 1901.
EXmBIT: Adult.
HE COFFEE-BEAN WEEVIL.
Arwcerus fasciclatus De G.
For partial life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 8,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 36-38,1897.
ExBITr: Adult and work.






THE ORANGE CHRYSOBOTHRIS.
Chrysobothris chryscla Ill.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
EPITRAGUS TOMENTOSUS Lee.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
PACHN~EUS DISTANS Hor.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ORANGE LEAF-NOTCHER.
Artipus floridanus Horn.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE ORANGE SAWYER.
Elaphidion inerme Newm.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 18, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., p. 41, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
LEPTOSTYLUS BIUSTUS Lec.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE ORANGE DOG; HOG CATERPILLAR.
Papilio thoas Linn.
(Formerly P. cresphontes.)
For brief account of larva see Lintner, 9th Rpt. State Ent. N. Y.,
pp. 336-337, 1893.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, larva, chrysalis, adult, and figure.
ORANGE LEAF-ROLLER.
Platynota rostrana Walk.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, pupa, and adult.
THE SADDLE-BACK CATERPILLAR.
Sibine stimulea Clem.
(Formerly Emnpretia.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
98-99, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, adult, and figure.
THE COMMON BAGWORM.
Thyridopteryx ephemerteformis Steph.
For general account see Packard, 5th Rpt. U. S. Ent. Com., pp.
258-262, 1890.
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, adult, and figure.
THE STINGING CATERPILLAB.
Megalopyge opercularis S. and A.
For short account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
95-96, 1899.
EXrIBIT: Cocoon and adult.




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Prolimacodesscapha Harr.
(Larva feeds on leaves.)
Ex r: Adult.
THE ORANGE CASE-BEARER.
Eurycyttarus confederata Grt.
(Larva feed upon lichens on tree trunk, occasionally gnawing fruit;
formerly PAycke.)
ExiBIT: Cases on twig.
T TWO-SPOTTED RED SPIDER.
Tetranychus mytilapidia Riley.
For description and distribution see Banks, Tech. series 8, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept Agric., pp 71-72, 1900.
For general account of T. IBiaela see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 35-42 1901.
ExmBrr: Figure.
THE ORANGE WHITE SPOT.
Tetranychoides californica Bks.
For description see Banks, Journ N. Y. Ent. Soc., v. XII, p. 54,
pl. 1i, fig. 1, 1904.
ExIBIT: Work and figure.
THE ORANGE FRUIT mITE.
Tenuipalpus californicus Bks.
For description see Banks, Journ. N. Y. nt. Soc., v. XII, p. 55,
pl. II, fig. 2, 1.904.
ExmarIT: Work and figure.



(Formerly Phytoptux.)
Exm rIT: Figure.
THE TWO-STRIPED WALKING-STICK.
Anisomorpha buprestoidee Stil.
Exmm: Nymph and adult.
T ANGULAR-WINGED KATYD)ID.
Microcentrum retinerve Burm.
Exm rr: Eggs, adult, and parasitized eggs.
.NORTHERN MOLE CRICKET.
Gryllotalpa borealis Burm.
ExmIT: Nymph and adult.
THE LUBBER GRASSHOPPER.
Dictyphorus reticulatus Thunb.
For brief account see Morgan, Bul. 80, n. s., Div. Eat., U. S. Dept.
Agr., pp. 2-29, 1901.
ExmBIT: Nymph and adult.






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THE COTTON STAINER.
Dysdercus suturellus H-Schf.
For short accounts see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 47, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 30-31, 1897; Insect Book, p. 308, fig. 201 and pl. 31, fig.
15, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Nymph, adult, and figure.
EUTHOCTHA QALEATOR Fab.
ExHIBIT: Adult.
THE SOUTHERN LEAF-FOOTED PLANT-BUG.
Leptoglossus phyllopus Linn.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 46-48, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
EUSCHISTUS SERVUS Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
NEZARA HILABIS Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
WHITE FLY; MEALY WING.
Aleyrodes citri R. & H.
For general account see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. U. S. Dept. Agric.,
172, pp. 36-38, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work and figure.
ORANGE APHIS; COTTON APHIS.
Aphis gossypii Glover.
(Curls leaves and stops young growth; usually well controlled by
parasites and other enemies.)
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 58-61, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, adult, work, figure, and the enemies: Baccha clavata,
Hemerobius sp., Chrysopa plorabunda, and a hymenopterous parasite.
COTTONY CUSHION SCALE; FLUTED SCALE.
Icerya purchasi Mask.
(Food plants: Acacia, cypress, grasses, lemon, orange, pine, rose;
see under The more important scale insects" for life history and
enemies.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 25-27, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE DESTRUCTIVE MEALY-BUG.
Paeudococcus citri Risso.
(Formerly Dactylopis destructor.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Cocoid~e of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 99-100, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested leaves.








THE LONG-EPINED ALY-BUG.
Peudococus longispinu Targ.
(Formerly Dactylpin app. See under "More important scale in-
sects.")
For bibliography and food pants see Fernald, Cat.occi of
World, Bul 88, M Agr. Co., pp. 104-105, 1903.
ExmHrT: Infested leaves.
THE FLORDA WAX-SCALE.
Ceroplastefloridensis Comst.
(Food plants: Citrus, fig, myrtle, oleander.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccid of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Col., p. 157, 1903.
ExaIT: Infested leaves.
11 BARNAOLE SCALR.
COroplastes cirripediformids Comat
(Food plants: Myrtle, orange, persimmon, quince.)
For bibliography and food plnts see Fernald, Cat. Coccid of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 150, 1903.
Exmmr: Infested leaves.


(Food plants: urel, le n, myrtle, oleander, orange, etc.; for-
merly Lecan ; see under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coid of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Col., pp. 168-170, 1903.
ExIuBrr: Infested twig.
THE HEMISPHERICAL SCALE.
&zseatia hemisphArica Torg.
(Food plants: Oleander, orange, peach, etc.; formerly Lecanium;
see under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 20-203, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE BLACK SCALE.
Saissetia oles Bern.
(Food plants: Apple, apricot, olive, orange, pear, plum, rose; for-
merly Lecanium; see under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 205-206, 1903.
ExHIIT: Infested twig.






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THE OLEANDER SCALE.
Aspidiotus hedere Vail.
(Food plants: Currant, box, cherry, olive, oleander, orange, etc.;
formerly A. nerii Bouch4; see under "Mdre important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccid of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 260-264, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE ORANGE CHIONASPIS.
Chionaspis citri Comst.
(Food plants: Euonymus, orange, palms; see under "More impor-
tant scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bull. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 214-215, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 270, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE RED SCALE OF CALIFORNIA.
Chrysomphalus aurantii Mask.
(Food plants: Agave, apple, fig, grape, lemon, orange, pear, plum,
quince, willow, etc., formerly Aspidiotus; see under "More impor-
tant scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 287-288, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 268, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE CICULAR SCALE.
Chrysomphalus ficus Ashm.
(Food plants: Lemon, oleander, orange, palm, rose, etc.; see under
"More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Chrysomphalus aonidm,
Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 286-
287, 1903; Marlatt, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 269, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE PRPLE SCALE.
Lepidosaphes beckii Newm.
(Food plants; Citron, fig, lemon, oak, orange. Formerly known as
Mytilaspis citricola Glov.; see under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida. of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 305-306, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 261, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.






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GLOVERS SCAL; LONG SCALE.
Lepidosaphes gloveri Pack.
(Food plants: Lime, magnolia, orange, palms; formerly Mytilaspis;
e under "More important scale insects," for figures and enemies.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccie of
World, 88, Mass. Agr. Co., p. 09, 190; Marlatt, Yearbook,
U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 26, 1901.
ExHBIT: Infested twig.
THE CHAFF SCALE.
Parlatoria pergandei Comst.
(Food plants: Japonia, lemon, orange; see under "More impor-
tant scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 319-320, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 27, 1901.
ExmIBr: Infested twigs.



THE ORE IPORTANT SCALE INSECTS.

COTTONY CU ION SCAL; FLUTED SCALE.
Icerya putrhaxi Mask.
(Food plants: Acacia,cypress,grasse,lemon, orange, pine, roe; etc.)
For bibliogrphy and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 25-27, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twigs, illustrations and enemies: ihilocoru8 cacti,
Corizue hyaliniu, Noviu8 cardinalis, and Piema cinerea.
THE LONG-SPINED KALY-BUG.
Pseudococce longispinu; Targ.
(Formerly Dac spp.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, B. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 104-105, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested leaves and figures.
THE DESTRUCTIVE XEALY-BUG.
Pseudococcue citri Risso.
(Formerly Dactylopiue destructor.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 99-100, 1903.
ExmIBT: Infested leaves.






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COTTONY MAPLE SCALE.
Pulvinaria innumerabilis Rathv.
(Food plants: Alder, apple, box-elder, elm, grape, linden, maples,
oak, willow, etc.)
Fo: bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 134-135, 1903; Howard, Bul.
22, n. s. Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 8-16, 1900, figs.
ExHIBITrr: Infested twigs and figures.
THE BARNACLE SCALE.
Ceroplastes cirripediformis Comst.
(Food plants: Myrtle, orange, persimmon, quince.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 150, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE FLORIDA WAX-SCALE.
Ceroplases floridensis Comst.
(Food plants: Citrus, fig, myrtle, oleander.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 157, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twigs.
THE SOFT SCALE.
Coccus hesperidum Linn.
(Food plants: Laurel, lemon, myrtle, oleander, orange, etc.; for-
merly Lecanium.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidse of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 168-170, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twigs and figures.
THE TERRAPIN SCALE.
Eulecanium nigrofasciatum Perg.
(Food plants: Apple, birch, linden, maple, peach, plum, sycamore;
formerly Lecanium.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidse of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 191, 1903; Pergande, Bul. 18, n. s.
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 26-29, 1898, figs.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figures.
THE HEMISPHAERICAL SCALE.
Saissetia hemispha-rica Targ.
(Food plants: Oleander, orange, peach, etc.; formerly Leccanium.)
For bibliograpy and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidar of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 202-203, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.






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THE BLACK SCALE.
Saisetia olex Bern.
ood plants: Apple, apricot, olive, orange, pear, plum, rose;
formerly Lecanium.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Co., pp. 205-206, 1903.
EXHIB: Infested twig, and parasite Coccphagu8 cognats How.
THE ORANGE CHIONASPIS.
Chionpis citri Comet.
(Food plants: Enonymus, orange, palm, etc.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, M Agr. Coll., pp. 214-215, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., f. 1900, p. 270, 1901.
EXHIIT: Infested twig.
SoCUFY BARK-LOUSE.
Chionaspix furfura Fitch.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, currant, elm, pear, etc.)
For ibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccid of
World, Bul. 88, ass. Agr. Coll., pp. 217-219, 1903; Howard, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agri., f. 1894, pp. 25-261, 1895, figs.; Banks,
Bul. 34, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 14, 1902.
ExHIBI: Infested twig and figures.
THE WEST INDIAN PEACH SCALE.
fhmis pentagena Targ.
For bibliography and partial list of fod plant under Auacapi
see Fernald, Cat Coccid of World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp.
234-235, 1903; Riley and Howard, Ins. Life, Vol. VI, pp. 287-295,
1894, figs.; Banks, Bul. 34, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 21, 1902.
E: Infested twigs and figures.
THE ROSE SCALE.
Aulacapis rosx Bouche.
(Food plants: Blackberry, mango, myrtle, pear, raspberry, rose,
Cycas, Ailanthus, etc.)
For bibliography se Fernald, Cat. Coccide of World, Bul. 88, Mass.
Agr. Col., p. 236, 1903; Banks, Bul. 34, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
p. 23, 1902.
EX r: Infested twig and figure.
THE HORSE-CIESTNUT SCALE.
Apidiotus sculi Johns.
For bibliography and fod plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccid of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 251-252, 1903.
EXmBIT: Infested twigs.






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PUTNAM SCALE; CRANBERRY SCALE.
Aspidiotus ancylus Putn.
(Food plants: Apple, apricot, box-elder, cottonwood, cranberry,
elm, hemlock, maple, oak, peach, pear, plum, etc.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccid~ of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 252-253, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE LINDEN SCALE.
Aspidiotus difinis Newst.
(Food plants: Basswood, lilac.)
For bibliography see Fernald, Cat. Coccidm of World, Bul. 88,
Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 257, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twigs.
THE EUROPEAN FRUIT SCALE.
Aspidiotus ostreaformis Curt.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, maple, oak, peach, pear, etc.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 268-270, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figures.
THE CHERRY; FORBES' SCALE.
Aspidiotus forbesi Johns.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, currant, honey locust, peach, pear,
plum, walnut, etc.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 259-260, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figure.
THE GRAPE SCALE.
Aspidiotus uvw Comst.
(Food plants: Grape, hickory.)
For bibliography see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of World, Bul. 88,
Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 280, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figure.
THE WALNUT SCALE.
Aspidiotus juglans-regie Comst.
(Food plants: Ash, cherry, crab apple, currant, English walnut,
locust, peach, pear, prune, etc.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccikh of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 265, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figure.






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PALX SCAT.
Aspidiotus lakaniz Sign.
For bibliography and food plants see Fernld, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Col., pp. 266-267, 1903.
ExmrB: Infested twig and leaves.
THE SAN JOSE SCALT,
Apdot p u Cot.
(Food plants: Almond, apple, apricot, birch, black walnut, black
, catalpa, chestnut, crab aple, crab grass, cherry, grape, hick-
ory, oak, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, poplar, prune. Rocky Moun-
tin cherry, rose, silver maple, willow, and many other plants.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidw of
World, Bul 8, Mass. Agr Coll., pp. 271-275, 1903; Howard and
Marlatt, B 3, n. s. Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., 186, 80 pp.
ExHIBI: Infested twig, fruit, figures, and enemies: Smil;k;a imiella
Lee., adult and figure; Chilocorus imilis Rossi, larva, pupa, adult, and
fire; parasite Aphelinu. d How., adult and figure.

= GREEDY SCALE.
Agpidiotu rapax Coemet.
(Food plants: Cottonwood, maple, olive, pear, quince, apple, etc.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 276-78,1903.
ExmrT: Infested twig and figure.
THE OLEANDER SCALE.
Apidiotus hederx Vall.
(Food plant: Currant, box, cherry, olive, oleander, orange, etc.;
formerly A. nerii Bouch.)
For bibliography d food plnt see Fernald, Ct. Coccidw of
World, B~l. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 260-264,1903.
Ex r: Infested twig and figure.
E CIRCULAR SCALE.
Chrysomphalue ficus Ashm.
(Food plants: Lemon oleander, orange, palm, rose, etc.; formerly
Aupidiotu&)
For bibliography and food plants see Chyomphalus aonidum,
Fernald, Cat. Coccid of World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp.
2 193; Marlatt, Yearbook U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1900, p. 269,
1901. a
ExmrrT: Infested twig and figure.
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THE CALIFORNIA RED SCALE.
Chrysomphalus aurantii Mask.
(Food plants: Agave, apple, fig, grape, lemon, orange, pear, plum,
quince, willow, etc.; formerly Aspidiotus.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 287-288, 1903; Marlatt,
Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 268, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figure.
GLOVER'S SCALE; LONG SCALE.
Lepidosaphes gloveri Pack.
(Food plants: Lime, magnolia, orange, palms; formerly Mytila8pis.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 309, 1903; Marlatt, Yearbook,
U. S. Dept. Agric, 1900, p. 265, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig, figures, and the following enemies: Chilo-
corum bivulnerus Muls., C. cacti Linn., Coccinella abdominalis Say, C.
californica Mann., C. sanguinea Linn., U. oculata Fabr., Dakruma
coccidivora Comst., Exochomus contristatus Muls., ilippodamia
ambigua Lec., H. convergens Guen., Hyperaspidius coccidivora Ashm.,
Scymnus bioculatus Muls., S. cervicalis Muls.
OYSTER-SHELL BARK-LOUSE.
Lepidosaphes ulmi Linn.
(Attacks principally apple, currant, Cornus, cottonwoou, lilac, pear,
sassafras, etc.; formerly ifytilaspis pomorum Bouchb.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 314-317, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figure.
THE PURPLE SCALE.
Lepidosaphes beckii Newm.
(Food plants: Citron, fig, lemon, oak, orange; formerly known as
Mytilaspis citricola Glov.)
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 305-306, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 261.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig and figure.
THE CHAFF SCALE.
Parlatoria pergandei Comst.
(Food plants: Japonica, lemon, orange.)
For bibliography and food-plants see Fernald, Cat. (occidEa of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 319-320, 1903; Marlatt, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1900, p. 270.
ExHIBIT: Infested twigs and figure.






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W=E FLY; XEALY WING.
Aleyrods citri R. & H.
For genera articles see Marlatt, Farmers Bul. 172, U. S. Dept.
Agc., pp. 36-38, 1903; also Ins. Life, v. V, pp. 219-226, 1893.
ExHI : Adult, work. and figure.



IN TS INURIOUS TO APPL

For special treatises on apple insects see Brner, Trans. Nebr. St.
rt. Soc. f. 1894, pp. 155-223, 1895; Harvey and Munson, Bul. 56,
Maine Agr. Expt. Sta., 189; Saunders, Insects Injurious to Fruits,
2d ed., pp. 13-139, 1900.
INJURING THE ROOTS.

TE WOOLLY APPLE APIS.
Schizoneura lanigera Hatsm.
For general account see arlatt, Cir. 20, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1897.
Exmiair: Work, figure, parasite, Apheli w mali Hal.; and enemy
MoyrlnU. cervicalii Muls.

INJURING THE TRUNK.
PLAT- ADED APPLE-TREE BORER.
Chry&obothri.femorata Fab.
For general account see Chittenden, Cir. 32, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 9-12, 1898.
ExmHrT: Adult, work, and figure.
OUND-HEADED APPLE-TREE BORER.
perda candida Fab
For general account see hittenden, Cir. 32, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1-8, 1898.
Exmmr: Adult, work, and figure.
APPLE-WOOD STAIER; PIN-BORER.
Pterocyclon mali Fitch.
(Formerly imarthrum.)
For general account of this and an allied species, fciat, see
Hubbard, Bul. 7, n. ., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 26-28,
1897.
EXHIr: Adult and figure.






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INJURING THE BRANCHES.
THE APPLE-TREE PRUNER.
Elaphidion villoum Fabr.
For full account and food plants see Chittenden, Bul. 18, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 35-40, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.
THE NEW YORK WEEVIL.
Ithycerus noveboracensis First.
For general account see Lugger, 5th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 187-
189, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE APPLE TWIG-BORER.
Amphicerus bicaudatus Say.
For general account see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 11-13, fig., 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.
THE APPLE TWIG-BEETLE.
Stephanoderes hispidulus Lec.
(Formerly Hypothenemus.)
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
PEAR-BLIGHT BEETLE; SHOT-BORER.
Xyleborus pyri Peck.
(Formerly X. dispar.)
For general account see Hubbard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 22-23, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE COSMOPOLITAN AMBROSIA BEETLE.
Xyleborus saxeseni Ratz.
(Formerly X xylographus.)
For general account see Hubbard, Bul. 7, n.' s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 24-26, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
FRUIT-TREE BARK BEETLE; THE SHOT-HOLE BORER.
Scolytus rugulous Ratz.
For general account see Chittenden, Cir. 29, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE BUFFALO TREE-HOPPER.
Ceresa bubalus Say.
For general account see Marlatt, Cir. 23, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.






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THE PERIODICAL CICADA.
|bicen septedecim Linn.
(See special case containing life history, with illustrations of this
insect and its work.)
For life history and general article see Marlatt, Bul. 14, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept Agric., 1898.
E: Pupa, pupa skins, and adult.
= SAN JOSE SCALE.
Aqpidiotus pernicioua Comst.
(Food plants: Almond, apple, apricot, birch, black walnut, black
, catalpa, chestnut, crab apple, crab grass, cherry, grape,
hickory, oak, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, poplar, prune, Rocky
ountain cherry, rose, silver maple, willow, and many other plants.
See under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Cocid of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll, pp. 271-275, 1903; Howard and
Mratt Bul. 3, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1896. 80 pp.
ExmHIB: Infested twig.
TNA 80ALE; CRANBE3Y SCALE.
.4Aupidiotus ancylus Putn.
(Food plants: Apple, apricot, box elder, cottonwood, cranberry,
elm, hemlock, maple, oak, peach, pear, plum, et. See under "More
important scale insects.")
For bibliography and fod plants ee Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 252-253, 103.
SExmBT: Infested twig.
TE CEBRY SCALE; PORBES' SCALE.
Aspidiotus forbesi Johns.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, currant, honey locust, peach, pear,
plum, walnut, etc. See nder "More important scale insects.")
r bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll, pp. 259-260, 1903.
ExmrrT: Infested twig.

THE GREEDY SCALE.
Aspidiotus rapax Comst.
(Food plants: Cottonwo, maple, olive, pear, quince, apple, etc.
See under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat, Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 276-278, 1903.
Exmtr1: Infested twig.






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THE EUROPEAN FRUIT-SCALE.
Aspidiotus ostrewformis Curt.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, maple, oak, peach, pear, etc. See
under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 268-270, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE SCURFY BARK LOUSE.
Chionaspis ffurfa Fitch.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, currant, elm, pear, etc. See under
"More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 217-219, 1903; Howard, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1894, pp. 259-261, figs.; Banks, Bul. 34,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 14, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
OYSTER-SHELL BARK-LOUSE.
Lepidosaphes ulmi Linn.
(Attacks principally apple, currant, Cornus, cottonwood, lilac, pear,
sassafras, etc. Formerly Mytilaspis pomorum Bouche. See under
"More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 314-317, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE BLACK SCALE.
Saissetia oles Bern.
(Food plants: Apple, apricot, olive, orange, pear, plum, rose; for-
merly a Lecanium. See under More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 205-206, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
INJURING THE LEAVES.
PISTOL CASE-BEARER.
Coleophora malivorella Riley.
(Feeds on leaves and buds.)
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 124, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., 1897.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, adult, work, and figure.
EYE-SPOTTED BUD-MOTH.
Tmetocera ocellana Schiff.
(Feeds on buds and young leaves.)
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 50, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., 1893.
ExnIIIT: Pupa, adult, and work.






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Bucculatrix pomifoliella Clem.
For general account and partial bibliography see Slingerand and
, 214, Cornell Univ. Agr. Expt. Sta., pp. 69-78, figs.,
1903.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, adult, and figure.

TmE RESPLEDENT rSH LD-BEARER.
Cptodisa p ferela Clem.
For general account see r, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 263-
165, 1899.
EXHIIT: Cocoon, adult, work, and figure.

CHAPI APPLE-LAF SEWER.
Anylis nubeculana Clem.
For brief article see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 29-240,
1899.
EX I: Pupa, adult, work, and figure.
THE OBLIQUE-BANDED LEAF-ROLLER.
Archipa roeaceana Harr.
(Formerly Caicia.)
For neral account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 226-
227, 1899.
ExI : Pupa, adult, and work.


Acleri minuta Rob.
(Formerly Tera.)
For general account see J. B. Smith, Farmers' Bul. 178, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 12-17, 1903.
EXHI: Pupa and ault.
HE LEAF CRMUXPLER.
Mineola indiginella Zell.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 211-
213, 1899.
EXHIB: Cocoon, pupa, adult, and figure.

SAPPLE-LEA SKELETONIZER.
Canarsi hammondi Riley.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 217-
218, 1899.
ExmrT: Pupa, adult, and work.
J~a s ~u~ ~ 1O






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APPLE-TREE TENT-CATERPILLAR.
Malacosoma americana Fab.
(Formerly Olisiocampa.) .
For life history and bibliography see Felt, 14th Rpt. St. Ent. N. Y.,
pp. 177-190, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, larva, cocoon, pupa, adult and work, and the
parasites; Pimpla conquisitor Say, and Ichneumon. laetus Brull6.
THE LIME-TREE WINTER-MOTH.
Erannis tiliaria Harr.
(Formerly Hibernia.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 193-
195, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, adult, and figure.
THE ELM SPAN-WORM.
Ennomos subsignarius Hbn.
For general account see Packard, 5th Rpt. U. S. Ent. Comm., pp.
232-233, 306-307, 1890.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, larva, pupa, and work.
THE APPLE LEAF-MINER.
Tischeria malifoliella Clem.
For life history and bibliography see Lintner, llth Rpt. N. Y. St.
Ent., pp. 160-162, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE SPRING CANKER-WORM.
Paleacrita vernata Peck.
For general account see Coquillett, Cir. 9, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1-3, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE FALL CANKER-WORM.
Alsophila pometaria Harr.
(Formerly Anisopteryx.)
For general account see Cdquillett, Cir. 9, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 3-4, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, larva, cocoon, adult, and figure.
THE WHITE-MARKED TUSSOCK-CATERPILLAR.
lemerocampa leucostigm( S. & A.
(Larvae feed extensively upon fruit and shade trees and often
damage shrubs and vines; see special case containing life history and
parasites.)
For general account of this insect and its parasites see Howard,
Tech. Ser., 5, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897; for life history, etc.,
Howard, Farmers' Bul. 99, pp. 12-20, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Egg-masses, larva, and adult.






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m PFALL WEB-WORM.
Hyphantria runea Dru.
For general account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 99, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 20-25, 1899.
ET: Larva, pupa, adult, and work.
COMMON BAGWORM.
Thy riopteryx ephemernrformis Steph.
For general account see Packard, 5th Rpt. U. S. Ent. Comm., pp.
258-262, 1890.
EXHImT: Cocoons and figure.
10 MOTH.
Automeris in Fab.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
126-129, fig. 130, and pl. 16, fig. 129, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE BROWN-TAIL MOTH.
Euprctis chrysrrhaw Linn.
For life history and generl article see Fernald and Kirkland, Spec.
Bul. Hatch. Expt. Sta., Mass., 15 pp., I fig., 3 pls., 1898.
Ex~BIT: Larva, adult and figure.
THE GYPSY MOTH.
Porthetria dispar Linn.
For life history, habits and general account see Forbush and Fernald,
"The Gypsy Moth," 495 pp. + i-, 1896; Howard, Bul. 11, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897. Formerly Ocnera.)
ExmBT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE CLIMBmING CUTWORM.
Euxoa scmdens Riley.
(Formerly Crneade. )
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 14 Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., pp. 567-569, P1. I, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
APPLE-TREE APHIS.
Aphis mali Fitch.
For general account see Smith, Bul. 143, N. J. Agr., Expt. Sta,
1900.
Forgeneral article treating of several species occurring on apple
see Pergande, Bul. 44 Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 5-23, 1904.
T: Work and figure and the following enemies: Adaia
ipnata L., Anati 15-putata 0., ociell oemoaa Hbst.,
sanguinea L., Harmonia picta Rand., Hippodamia convergen
(*en., and I. 13-puncata L.






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THE CECROPIA SILK MOTH.
Samia cecropia Linn.
For general account see Riley, 4th Rpt. Ins. Mo., pp. 103-111, 1872.
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, and adult.
THE IMBRICATED SNOUT-BEETLE.
Epicterus imbricatus Say.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Dir. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 28-29, 1903, and Bul. 19, n. s., pp. 62-67, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
SYNETA ALBIDA Lec.
For brief notice see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. IV, p. 396,
1892.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
RED-LEGGED FLEA-BEETLE.
Crepidodera rufipes Linn.
For general article see Insect Life, v. V, pp. 334-342, 1893.
EXHIBT: Adult.
THE APPLE-LEAF FLEA-WEEVIL.
Orchestes pallicornis Say.
For short account of life history see Forbes, Trans. 11. St. Hort.
Soc., f. 1901, p. 147, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
INJURING THE FRUIT.
TEN-SPOTTED XANTHONIA.
Xanthonia decemnotata Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE INDIAN EUPHORIA.
Euphoria inda Linn.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 67-74, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
JUNE BEETLE; FIG EATER.
Allorhina nitida Linn.
For general account see Howard, Bul. 10, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 20-26, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CODLING MOTH; APPLE WORM.
Carpocapsa pomonella Linn.
For full bibliography, life history, and illustrations see Sinison,
Bul. 41, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 105 pp., 1903, figs.
EXHIBIT: Full life history (larva, pupa, cocoons, and adult) and
parasites: Pimpla annuUlpe and P. conquisitor. Enemies: Chauliog-
nathus apennmylvaicw and Telep/oruw bilieatus.






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THE GREEN rUIT-WORMS.
The three following species of Xylia are commonly known as
green fruit-worms.
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 123, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. St., 1896.
Xylina antennala Walk.
Exm .rr: Adult and figure.
Xylin grote Riley.
ExmrT: Adult and figure.
Xylina laicinerea Grote,
ExHrIT: Adult and figure.
ILLSTRATION SOWING WORK OF A TORTRICID ON APPLE.
(The larva mines in and feeds neath the skin of the fruit.)
THE PLUM CURCULIO.
Conotrachelus nenuphar I Hbst.
For general account and ibliography see Lintner, 7th Rpt. N. Y.
St. Ent., pp. 288-296, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE APPLE CUOCULIO.
Antmhonoemus quadrigibbus Say.
For general account see illette, Bul. 11, Io Agric. Expt. Sta.,
pp. 492-494, 1890.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE APPLE-FRUIT MAGGOT.
Rhagolei pomella Walsh.
(Formerly Trypeta.)
For life history see Harvey, Rpt. Maine Agr. Expt. Sta., p. 190,
1889; Banks, Bul. 34, Div. Ent., U.. Dept. Agric., p. 45, 1902.





THE PERIODICAL CICADA.
Tibi& septendecim Linn.
(Injures by deposition of eggs in the twigs almost all fruit, shade,
and forest trees. Formerly Cicada.)
For life history and general article see Marlatt, Bul. 14, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric. 1898.
EXuIBIT: Full life history with figures. Enemies: .iegastizu8 spe-
cioetw Dru. (adult and figure), Oripoda elmgata (figure), Pedieuloides
ventricoaa (fisgure).






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WHITE-MARKED TUSSOCK CATERPILLAR AND PARASITES.
For general account of this insect and the parasites affecting it see
Howard, Tech. series, 5, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897. For life
history, etc., see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 99, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp.
12-20, 1899.
THE WHITE-MARKED TUSSOCK-CATERPILLAR.
Hemerocampa leucostigma S. & A.
(Larva feed extensively upon fruit and shade trees and often
damage shrubs and vines.)
EXHIBIT: Egg masses, larva, pupa, cocoon, adult, figure, and the
following parasites:
Primary Hymenopterous Parasites.
Pimpla conquisitor Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult, cocoon, and figure.
Pimpla annulipes Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
Pimpla inquisitor Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult, cocoon, and figure.
Apanteles hyphantrise Riley.
EXHIBIT: Adult and cocoon.
Meteorus communis Cress.
EXHIBIT: Adult and cocoon.
Limneria valida Cress.
EXHIBIT: Adult and cocoon.
Clmlcis ovata Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
Secondary Hymenopterous Parasites.
Dibrachys boucheanus Ratz.
(Parasitic on Pimpla, Meteorus, etc.)
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
Chalcis debilis Say.
(Parasite on Pimpla, feteoru, etc.)
EXHIBIT: Adult and cocoon.
Tertiary Hymenopterous Parasites.
A8ecodes albitarsis Ashm.
(Parasite on Dibrachys.)
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
Primary Dipterous Parasites.
Tachina mella Walk.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
Irontina aletie Riley.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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INSECTS INJURIOUS TO PEAC.
unders, Insects Injurious to Fruit, 2d edit., pp. 191-200, 1900.
THE NATIVE PEACH BARK-BEETLE.
Phleophthorus liminari Harr.
(Formerly Ph.iotribwe)
For gene account see Linter, 9th Rpt. N St.Ent., pp. 365-
368, 1893.
EXHMIT: Adult and work.
TEf FRUIT-TRE BARK-BEETLE.
Solytus rugulous Ratz.
For general account see Chittenden, ir. 29, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept
Agric., 1898.
E: Adult, work, figure, and the parasite 6ir y colmn.
THE PEACH-TREE BORER.
Snninoidea e.~itioa Say.
(Formerly annina.)
For general account se Marlatt, Cir. 17, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1896.
ExMBIT: Pupa, cocoon, adult, and figure.
F1 PERIODICAL CICADA.
Ien septendecim Linn.
(Injures by deposition of eggs in the twigs almostall fruit, shade,
and forest trees. See special case containing stages and illustrations.)
For life history and general article see Marlatt, Bul. 14, n. s., Div.
Ent., U.S. Dept. Agric., 1898.
ExrBIT: Pupa, adult, and enemy Hegastizu 8peciow.
THE BLUE-SPANGLED PEACH-XOTH.
Haploa leconlei Boisd.
(Formerly 6 imo a.)
For general account see Saunders, Insects Injurious to Fruit, 2d
edit., pp. 197-199, 1900.
ExmrT: Adult.
STHE PEACH-TWIG MOTH.
Anarsia lineatella Zell.
For general article with bibliography see Marlatt, Bul. 10, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-20, 1898.
ExmBIT: Pupa, adult, work, and figure.
THE INDIAN FRUIT-FLY.
Ceratiti8 capitata Wied.
For general article see Riley, pt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1890, pp.
255-2d7.
Exmmrr: Pupa, adult, and figure.






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THE PEACH SCALE.
Eulecanium persicm Fabr.
(Food plants: Peach, plum, quince, etc.; formerly a Lecanium. See
under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography, food plants, and distribution see Fernald, Cat.
Coccida of World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 191-193, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.

PUTNAM SCALE; CRANBERRY SCALE.
Aspidiotus ancylus Putn.
(Food plants: Apple, apricot, box-elder, cottonwood, cranberry,
elm, hemlock, maple, oak, peach, pear, plum, etc. See under "More
important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 252-253, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.

THE SAN JOSE SCALE.
Aspidiotus perniciosus Comst.

(Food plants: Almond, apple, apricot, birch, black walnut, black
currant, catalpa, chestnut, crab-apple, crab-grass, cherry, grape,
hickory, oak, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, poplar, prune, Rocky
Mountain cherry, rose, silver maple, willow, and many other plants.
See under "More important scale insects."
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 271-275, 1903; Howard and
Marlatt, Bul. 3, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1896, 80 pp.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.

THE CHERRY LEAF-BEETLE.
Galerucella cavicollis Lec.
For general article and distribution see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 90-93, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE CHERRY-FRUIT MAGGOT.
Rhagoletis cngulata Loew.
For detailed account see Slingerland, Bul. 172, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Exp. Sta., 41 pp., 6 figs., 1899; Chittenden, Bul. 44, Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., p. 70-75, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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INSECTS INJURIOUS TO PEAR.

(any of the insects injuring the apple will be found attacking the
pear.)
T FRUIT-TREE BARK-BEETLE.
&olytus ruguloma Ratz.
For general account see Chittenden, Cir, 29, Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., 1898.
E T: Adult, work, and figure.

PEAR-BLIGHT BEETLE; SHOT-BORER.
Xyleborus pyri Peck.
(Formerly X. dipar.)
For general account see Hubbard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 22-23, 1897.
Exmrn: Adult, work, and figure.
THE PEAR BLISTER MITE.
Eriophye petri Pagenst.
For detailed account see Sligerld, Bul. 61, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Exp. Sta., pp. 31728, figs., 1893.
E mr: Work and figure.
THE PEAR PSYLLA.
Psylla pyri Linn.
For general accounts see Slingerland, Bul. Cornell Univ. Agr.
a., 1892; Marlatt, Cir. 7, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1895.

THE PEAR SLUG.
: AidUriylt an


Eriocampide limacina RatL.
(Formerly Eriocampa ceraei.)
For general aount see Maratt, Cir. 28, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 189.
Ex r: Adult, work, and figure.
THE SCURFY BARK-LOUSE.
Chionaepisfurfura Fitch.
(Food-plants: Apple, cherry, currant, elm, pear, etc. See under
"More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 217-219, 1903; Howard, Year-
bo, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1894, pp. 259-261, figs.; Banks, Bul. 84,
Div.,Ent, U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 14, 1902.
E T: Infested twig.








SINUATE PEAR-BORER.
Agrilus sinuatus Oli0.
For general accounts see Smith, Rpt. Entom. N. J. Agr. Exp.
Sta. f. 1894, pp. 556-561, 1895; Banks, Bul. 34, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept
Agric., pp. 40-41, 1902.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO PLUM.
THE PLUM CURCULIO.
Conotrachelus nenuphar Hbst.
For general account and bibliography see Lintner, 7th Rpt. N. Y.
St. Ent., pp. 288-296, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult, figure, and enemies, Aspidoglossa subangulata,
C.hauliognathus pennsylvanicus, Barpalaus caliginosus, and parasite
Sigalphus curculionis.
THE PLUM GOUGER.
Anthonomus prunicida Walsh.
(Formerly Coccotorus.)
For general accounts see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. II, pp.
258-259, 1890; Gillette, Bul. 47, Colo. Agr. Exp. Sta., pp. 20-22, 1898.
EXIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.
THE HOP PLANT-LOUSE.
Phorodon humuli Schr.
(Attacks hop and plum.)
For full life history see Riley, Cir. 2, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1891.
ExHIBIT: Adult and work.
FORBES' SCALE; CHERRY SCALE.
Aspidiotus forbesi Johns.
(See under More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 259-260, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.


INSECTS LIABLE TO BE DISTRIBUTED ON NURSERY STOCK.
See Banks, Bul. 34, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 46 pp., 1902.
THE PEACH SCALE.
Eulecanium persia Fab.
(Food plants: Peach, plum, quince, etc.; formerly Lecanium. See
under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography, food plants, and distribution see Fernald, Cat.
Coccida of World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 191-193, 1903.
E IIT: Infested twig.






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OYSTER-SHELL BARK-LOUSE.
Lidophe i Linn.
(Attacks principally apple, currant, Cornus, cottonwood, lilac, pear,
a s, etc.; forerly Hyti1asi poorum Bouch6. See under
"More important scale insects.')
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, M Agr. Coll., pp. 314-317, 1903.
ExmHBI: Infested twig.
T BCURFY BARK-LOUSE.
Chionaspisffurfura Fitch.
(Food plants: Apple, cherry, currant, elm, pear, etc. See under
"More important scale insects."')
For bibliography and food plantsee Fernald Cat. Coccidav of
World, Bul. 88, Mas. Agr. Coll., pp. 217-219, 1903; Howard, Year-
book, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1894, pp. 259-261, fig.
EX I: Infested twig.
THE SAN JOSE SCALE.
Aspidftui perniciosus Comst.
(Food-plants: Almond, apple, apricot, birch, black walnut, black
curant, catalp t,tnut, crab-apple, crab-gr, cherry, grape, hick-
ory, oak, peach, pear, persimmon, plum, poplar, prune, Rocky Moun-
tain cherry, rose, silver maple, willow, and many other plants. See
under More important scale insects.")
For bibliogrhy and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bl. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 271-275, 1903; Howard and
Marlatt Bul. 3, n. s., Dv. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1896. 80 pp.
ExmBrr: Infested twig.
PUTNAM SOALE; CRANBERRY SCALE.
Aspidiots ancylus Putn.
(Food-plants: Apple, apricot, box-elder, cottonwood, cranberry,
elm, hemlock, maple, oak, peach, pear, plum, etc. See under "More
important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Co., pp. 252-253, 1903.
Ex r: Infested twig.
THE CHERRY SCALE; FORBES' SCALE.
Apidiotusforbei Johns.
(Food-plants: Apple, cherry, currant, honey locust, peach, pear,
plum, walnut, etc. See under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
Wod, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. oll., pp. 259-260,1903.
ExHIBIT: Infested twig.
36001-No. 47-0 3






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THE WALNUT SCALE.
Aspidiotu juglans-regixs Comst.
(Food-plants: Ash, cherry, crab-apple, currant, English walnut,
locust, peach, pear, prune, etc. See under "More important
insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 265, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE GREEDY SCALE.
Aspidiotus rapax Comst.
(Food-plants: Cottonwood, maple, olive, pear, quince, apple, etc.
See under More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccida of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 276-278, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE EUROPEAN FRUIT SCALE.
Aspidiotus ostreaeformis Curt.
(Food-plants: Apple, cherry, maple, oak, peach, pear, etc. See
under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccidae of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 268-270, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE WEST INDIAN PEACH SCALE.
Diaspis pentagona Targ.
(Formerly D. lanatus. See under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography and partial list of food plants see Fernald, Cat.
Coccidae of World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 234-235, 1903; Riley
and Howard, Insect Life, v. VI, pp. 287-295, figs.; 1894.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE ROSE SCALE.
Aulacaspis ross Bouch6.
(Food-plants: Blackberry, mango, myrtle, pear, raspberry, rose,
Cycas, Ailanthus, etc. See under "More important scale insects.")
For bibliography see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of World, Bul. 88,
Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 236, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE WOOLLY APPLE APHIS.
Schizoneura lanigera Hausm.
For general account see Marlatt, Cir. 20, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1897.
ExHIBIT: Infested roots, tw igs, and figure.






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BLACK PEACH APUS.
Aphis peraice-niger Sm.
Ol description E F. Smith, Ent. Amer., pp. 101-103, 1890.
For general account see Slingrland, Bul. 49, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., pp. 427-33, figs. 1892.

APPLE-TREE APHIS.
Aphis mali Fitch.
For general account separating species occurring on apple see Per-
gnde, Bul. 44, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 5-23, 1904.
For general account see Smith, Bul. 14, N. J. Agr. Expt. Sta., 1900.
ExMBr: Figure.
THE BFFALO TREE-HOPPER.
0-resa bubalus Say.
For general account ee Marlatt, Cir. 23, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1897.
ExHB: Adult and figure.
APPLE-TREE TENT-CATERPILLAB.
falacosoma amerieana Fab.
.(Formerly Clisioampa.)
For life istory and bibliography see Felt, 14th Rpt. N. Y. St. Ent.,
pp. 177-1 90, 1898.
ExmIrT: Adult and figure.
TH FALL WEB-WORM.
Ilyphantria cunca Drn.
Fo general account see Howard, Farmers Bul. 99, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 2025, 1899.
ExmHB: Adult.
THE BROWN-TAIL MOTH.
Euprocti* chryoerrh ra Linn.
For life history and general article see Fernald and Kirkland, Spec.
Bul. Hatch Expt. Sta., Mass., pp. 15, 1 fig., 3 pls., 1898.
ExHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE WHITE-fARKA D TUSSOCK-CATERPILLAR.
Hemerocampa leucostigma S. & A.
(Larva feed extensively upon fruit and shade trees, and often
damage shrubs and vines; see special case containing life history and
parasites.)
For general account of this insect and its parasites see Howard
Tech. ser., 5, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897; for life history,
Howard, Farmers' Bul. 99, pp. 12-20, 1899.
ExmrT: Larva and adult.






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THE LEAF CRUMPLER.
Mineola indiginella Zell.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp.
211-213, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE GYPSY MOTH.
Porthetria dispar Linn.
For life history, habits, and general account see Forbush and Fer-
nald, The Gypsy Moth, pp. 495+i-c, 1896. (Formerly Ocneria.)
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE SPRING CANKER-WORM.
Paleacrita vernata Peck.
For general account see Coquillett, Cir. 9, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1-3, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE FALL CANKER-WORM.
Alsophila pometaria Harr.
(Formerly Anisopteryx.)
For general account see Coquillett, Cir. 9, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 3-4, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, adult, and figure.
THE PEACH-TREE BORER.
Sanninoidea exitiosa Say.
(Formerly Sannina.)
For general account see Marlatt, Cir. 17, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1896.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE PEACH-TWIG MOTH.
Anarsia lineatella Zell.
For general article with bibliography see Marlatt, Bul. 10, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-20, 1898. '
EXHIBIT: Adult.
EYE-SPOTTED BUD-MOTH.
Tmetocera ocellana Schiff.
(Feeds on buds and young leaves.)
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 50, Cornell Univ. Agric.
Expt. Sta., 1893.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE COMMON BAGWORM.
Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis Steph.
For general account see Packard, 5th Rpt. U. S. Ent. Comm., pp.
258-262, 1890.
EXHIBIT: Adult, cocoon, and figure.






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THE APPLE-TWIG BORER.
Amphsicerus biandaui; Say.
For genel account see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 11-13, figure, 1898.
ExHBrr: Adult and figure.
ROUND-HEADED APPLE-TREE BORER.
aperrda caudida Fab.
For general accountsee Chittenden, Cir. 32, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1-8, 1898.
ExIBIT: Adult and figure.
FLAT-HEADED APPLE-TREE BORER.
Chr0obothri* femorata Fab.
For generl account see Chittenden, Cir. 32, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 9-12, 1898.
EXHIBI: Adultland figure.
FRUIT-TREE BARK BEETLE; SHOT-HOLE BORER.
&. olyttus rugulous Ratz.
For general account see Chittenden, Cir. 29, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1898.
. xmrr: Adult and figure.
THE PEAR PSYLLA.
Pylla pyri Linn.
For general acun see Slingerland, Bul. 44, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. St., 1892; Marlatt, Cir. 7, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1895.
EXHBIT: Figure.
THE PEAR BLISTER XITE.
Eriophyes pyri Pagenet.
For detailed account see Slingerland, Bul. 61, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., pp. 317-328, figures, 1893.
ExmBrr: Work and figure.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO GRAPE.

For the more important grape insects see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul.
70, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1898; Saunders, Insects Injurious to Fruit,
2d edition, pp. 227-302, 1900; Bruner, Nebr. State Hortic. Soc. Rept.
f. 1895, pp. 69-162, 1896.
INJURING THE ROOTS.
THE TILE-HORNED PRIONUS.
Prionus imbricornis Linn.
or general account of P w species see Lugger, 5th Rpt. St.
nt. Minn., pp. 110-111, 1899.
EXHIT: Adult.






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THE GRAPEVNE ROOT-BORER.
Memythrus polistiformis Harr.
(Formerly Sciapteron.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 55-
57, 1899.
ExmmBIT: Figures.
INJURING LEAVES AND ROOTS.
GRAPE PHYLLOXERA.
Phylloxera vastatrix Planch.
For general article see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 4-9, figs., 1898.
ExIBIT: Work and figure.

INJURING THE STEMS AND BRANCHES.
COTTONY MAPLE SCALE.
Pulvinaria innumerablis Rathv.
(Foot-plants: Alder, apple, box-elder, elm, grape, linden, maples,
pear, willow, etc. See under "More Important Scale Insects.")
For bibliography and food plants see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of
World, Bul. 88, Mass. Agr. Coll., pp. 134-135, 1903; Howard, Bul.
22, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 8-16, figs. 4, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE GRAPE SCALE.
Aspidiotus uve Comst.
(Food-plants: Ampelopsis, grape, hickory.)
For bibliography see Fernald, Cat. Coccide of World, Bul. 88,
Mass. Agr. Coll., p. 280, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Infested twig.
THE APPLE TWIG-BORER.
Amphicerus bicaudatus Say.
For general account see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 11-13, figure, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
RED-SHOULDERED TWIG-BORER.
Sinoxylon basilare Say.
For general account see Lugger, 5th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 70-
72, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE SNOWY TREE-CRICKET.
Ecanthus niveus DeG.
For gener account see Lugger, 3d Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 269-271,
1898.
ExmTIBI: Adult and figure.






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KCANTTHU LATIPENNIS Biley.
or brief article see Lugger, 3d Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., p. 273, 1898.
Exmff: Adult.
GRAPE-VINE ROOT-WORM.
idia vicid Walsh.
For life history biiography see Felt, Bul. 72, N. Y. St.
Museum, 1903, 55 pp., with colored plate.
ExIuBrr: Adult and figure.
GRAPE-VINE FIDIA.
lidia longipes Mels.
ExmTrr: Adult.
INJURING THE LEAES.
ACHEMON SPHINX.
Pho11s achenon Dru.
(Formerly Phitampelus.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th pt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
88-40, 1899.
ExnHT: Larva and adult.
GRAPE-VINE HOG-CATERPILLAT.
Ampelophag myron Cram.
For general acount see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
42-45, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
ABBOT'S SPHINX.
$phecodinm ahbotii Swaine.
(Formerly hyreous.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th pt. St. Ent. Minn.,pp. 32-33,
1899.
ExIr: Larva and ault.
LARGE BEAUTIFUL WOOD NYMPH.
Euthisanotia grata Fabr.
(Formerly Eudrya&.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 69-71,
1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
SMALL BEAUTIFUL WOOD NYMPH.
Ruthisanotia unio Hiibn.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 71-72,
1899.
EHIBIT: Larva and adult.






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EIGHT-SPOTTED FORESTER.
Alypia octomaculata Fab.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 66-67,
1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
SOCIAL GRAPE CATERPILLAR.
Harrisina americana Guer.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 72-74,
1899. (Formerly Procris.)
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
GRAPE LEAF-FOLDER.
Desmia funeralis Hiibn.
For general account see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 16-17, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and work.
GRAPE-VINE PLUME-MOTH.
Oxyptilus periscelidactylus Fitch.
For general article see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp.
221-222, 1899; for bibliography and article see Lintner, 12th Rpt. St.
Ent. N. Y., pp. 218-222, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
GRAPE-VINE SAWFLY.
Blennocampa pygmaea Say.
For general articles see Harris, Insects Injurious to Vegetation, pp.
522-525; Beach, Lowe and Stewart, Bul. 170, N. Y. Agric. Expt.
Sta., p. 417, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
GRAPE-VINE FLEA-BEETLE.
laltica chalybea Illig.
For general articles see Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 13-14, 1898; Slingerland, Bul. 157, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta. N. Y., 1898. For additional food plants see Lugger, 5th
Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 157-159, 1899.
ExIHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GRAPE-VINE COLASPIS.
Colaspis brunnea Fab.
For general article see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 13-14, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE VARIED ANOMALA.
Anomala varians Burro.
EXHIBIT: Adult.





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THE GRAPE-VINX LEAF-HOPPER.
Typhlocyba comes Say.
For general article see arlatt, Farmers' Bul. 70, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 1-20, 1898, under Tylocy itife. For full life
history and general account see Slingerland, Bul. 215, Cornell Univ.
Agr. Expt. Sta., 1904.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE WAVED SHARP-SHOOTER.
(Ozometopia undala Fab.
(Formerly Iocon ie.)
For general article see Lugger, 6th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp.
136-137, 1900.
EXHIBT: Adult.
INJURING THE FRUIT.
THE GRAPE-SEED WORM.
I8Os~ln1t ri8 SaunllderC.
For general account see Saunders, Insects Injurious to Fruits, 2d
ed., pp. 296-297, 1900.

THE GRAPE FRUIT-MOTH.
Polychrosis hbrana Schiff.
(Formerly Eudlein .)
For general article see Marlatt, Farmers' lul. 70, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
pp. 20-2, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GRAPE SEED-WEEVIL.
Craponiua inaqualii Say.
For general accounts see Saunders, Insects Injurious to Fruits, 2d
ed., pp. 300-301, 1900; Lintner, 9th Rpt. N. Y. St. Ent., pp. 364-365,
1893.
ExHBIT: Adult and figure.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO COTTON.
For general articles on cotton insects see Howard, The Cotton Plant,
Bul. 33, Office Expt. Sta., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 317-350, 1896;
Farmers' Bul. 47, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897; Ashmead, Insect Life,
v. VII, pp. 25-29, 240-247, 1894, and pp. 320-326, 1895.
NOTABLY INJURIOUS.
COTTON BOLLWORM; CORN-EAR WORK.
eliothi obscura Fab.
(Formerly H armiger. Larv feed on bolls of cotton, ears of corn,
tobacco buds, beans, and in tomatoes; also cut off young plants of
various rden crops.)






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For full life history and general account see Quaintance, Farmers'
Bul. 191, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1904.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, work in cotton bolls, and illustrations
of different stages, and work on various plants. Parasite exhibited:
Archytas piliventris; adult, pupa, and figure. Enemies exhibited:
Calosoma lugubre, C. Sayi, C. scrutator Fab., Polistes annulari, and
P. rubiginosus Lep.
MEXICAN COTTON BOLL WEEVIL.
Anthonomus grandis Boh.
(Breeds in and destroys bolls.)
For full life history and general account see Hunter and Hinds,
Bul. 45, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1904; also Hunter, Farmers'
Bul. 189, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Life history (larvae, pupae, adults, injured cotton bolls,
with stages present in bolls, and uninjured bolls); illustrations and
map showing distribution in United States.
THE COTTON WORM.
Alabama argillacea Hiibn.
(Formerly Aletia xylina. Larve feed on the leaves.)
For life history and general account see Howard, The Cotton Plant,
Bul. 33, Office Expt. Stations, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 320-328, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, cocoon, adult, and figure.
RED BUG; COTTON-STAINER.
Dysdercus suturellus H.-Schf.
(Punctures boll and seeds, aborting them and staining fibers an indeli-
ble red or yellow color.)
EXHIBIT: Nymph, adult, work, and figure.
GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER.
Homalodisca coagulata Say.
(Punctures stalk, leaves, and flowers; oviposits in forms and squares;
very abundant.
EXHIBIT: Nymph, adult, and figure.
COTTON APHIS.
Aphis gossypii Glover.
(Punctures leaves and young bolls; late in season causes falling of
young bolls.)
See Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 58-61,
1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.
LEAP-CUTTING ANT.
Atafervens Say.
(Cleans up plants, cotton worms, and pupe.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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THE AXRICAN LOCVST.
&hiftocerca americana Dru.
For life history and general account see Howard, Insect Life, v. VII,
pp. 22029, 1894; Morgan, Bul. 0, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 27, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Nymph and adult.
THECLA P(EAS Hubn.
(Lrv feed on or bore into lls, and aso feed on leaves.)
For brief account see Mally, Bul. 29, Div. Ent., Dept. Agric., pp.
29-30 1893.
EXMrT: Adult and work.
COTTON SNOUT-XOTH.
Platymota sentana Clem.
(Attacks forms and squares; afterwards feeds on leaves.)
ExHmI : Adult.
RASPBERRY SNOUT-MOTH.
Platynota roetrana Walk.
(Larv bore into young bolls.)
EXIBIT: Adult.
COTTON-BOLL CUTWORN.
Prodenia ornithogalli Guen.
(Work as the boll-worm; feeds on bolls and squares.)
For life history, general a unt, and distribution see Chittenden,
Bul. 27, n. ., iv. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 64-71, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
SHAGREENED OUTWORN.
Feltia malefid. Guen.
(Iarve destroy young plants.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
OCCASIONALLY INJURIOUS.
THICK-THIGHED WALKTING-STICK.
aperoerafnrata inn.
Fr general account of life history see Howard, The Insect Book,
pp. 323-325; fig. 214; pl. 32, fig. 13, 1901..

SLEA-PALPUS CRICKET.
Phyllopalpus pulchellus 1h1.
(Feeds on petals, corolla, and pollen.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
AGITATING CRICKET.
Hapithus agiator Uhl.
ExmH T: Adult






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BANDED CRICKET.
Nemobius fasciatus DeG.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
TETTIGIDEA LATERALIS Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CONE-HEADED LOCUST.
Conocephalus obtusus Burm.
(Feeds on leaves, eating large pieces out of side and gnawing holes
through the middle.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
OBSCURE GRASSHOPPER.
Schistocerca obscura Burm.
(Feeds upon leaves, and sometimes almost defoliates branches.)
For brief notices see Ashmead, Insect Life, v. VII, p. 26, 1894;
Morgan, Bul. 30, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 27-28, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult. (Formerly Acridium.)
THREE-SPOTTED SOLDIER-BUG.
Euschistus tristigmus Say.
(Common in cotton; punctures terminal shoots.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CHARIESTERUS ANTENNATOR Fab.
(Feeds on juices of cotton plants.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
SOUTHERN LEAF-FOOTED PLANT-BUG.
Leptoglossus phyllopus Linn.
(Punctures buds and young bolls.)
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 46-48, 1899.
ExHIBIT: Adult.
METAPODIUS FEMORATUS Fab.
(Attacks cotton worms and also punctures young bolls.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CALOCORIS RAPIDUS Say.
(Punctures buds and young bolls; causes bolls to "flare" and drop.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
AULACIZES IRRORATA Fab.
(Common; feeding on Atalk, etc.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
SIX-SPOTTED TREE-HOPPER.
Cicadula sexnotata Fall.
(Feeds on cotton stalks, etc.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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SOOLOPS SULCIPEB Say.
(Punctures stems.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ENTILIA SINUATA Fab.
(Punctures terminal shoots.)
For general account see Howard, Bul. 30, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 75-78, 1901.
ExmBrr: Adult.
THE PHYLLIRA TIGER-MOTH.
Apanteis phylira Dru.
(Sometimes locally almost as injurious as the cotton worm.)
ExmBrr: Adult.
GREAT LEOPARD MOTH.
Ecpantheria def orata Fab.
(Formerly E~ cribtoia StAl.)
ExmHrr: Adult
ABBOT'S BAGWORXM.
Oiketirus ahbot!ii Grote.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
SALT-MARSH CATERPILLAR.
Estigmene anrwa Dru.
(Formerly Leucar .)
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 43-44, fig. 41, 1903.
EXHBIT: Adult.
YELLOW-BEAR CATERPILLAR.
Dierisi virginica Fab.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp. 79-
81, fig. 78, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
10 MOTH.
AutWomeris h Fab.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
126-129, fig. 130, and pl. 16, fig. 129, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
MARGINED LEAF-CHAFER.
Anomala marginala Fab.
For bibliography and general account see Lintner, 10th Rpt. State
Ent. N. Y., pp. 411-413, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
MELANCHOLY SAPCHAFER
Euphoria melanholic Gory.
(Frequents flowers for nectar and sap; exceptionally eats into bolls.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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THE LIVID WIREWORM.
Monocrepidius lividus DeG.
(Feeds on leaves, blossoms, and squares.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LEMA SEX-PUNCTATA 01.
(Adult feeds on leaves.)
For notice of occurrence on cotton see Ashmead, Insect Life, v. VII,
p. 247, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE SOUTHERN CORN LEAF-BEETLE.
Myochrous denticollis Say.
For general account see Webster, Bul. 26, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., p. 87, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CRYPTOCEPHALUS CALIDUS Suff.
For notice of occurrence on cotton see Ashmead, Insect Life, v. VII,
p. 247, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
TYPOPHORUS VIRIDICYANEUS Crotch.
(Beetle feeds on young leaves.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
NODONOTA TRISTIS 01.
(Gnaws bolls, causing them to drop.)
For list of food-plants see Chittenden, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., p. 61, 1897; for general article see Lugger, 5th Rept.
State Ent. Minn., p. 146, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ELONGATE FLEA-BEETLE.
Systena elongata Fab.
(On bolls.)
For notice of occurrence on cotton see Ashmead, Insect Life, v. VII,
p. 247, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE EGG-PLANT FLEA-BEETLE.
Epitrix fucula Cr.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U.S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 87-89, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
BENEFICIAL INSECTS COLLECTED ON COTTON.
For general list of beneficial insects taken on cotton see Ashmead,
Insect Life, v. VII, 1895.
OHRYSOPA ATTENUATA Walk.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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PERITHEM DOMITIA Dru.
ExmH : Adult.
CAROLINA REAR HORSE.
gmomai carolia Burm.
Exmrr: Egg mass and adidt.
SINRA DIADEMA Fab.
(Attacks cotton worms and is destructive to other small caterpillars
and aphides.)
Exmrrr:. Adult
WHEEL-BUG.
Ariue crintatu Linn.
(Observed to prey on the cotton worm. Formerly Pridu.)
Exmarr: Adult.
ZELUS BILOBUS Say.
(ttacks cotton wor.)
Exmr: Nymph and adult.
APIOERUS CRA8PES Fab.
(Observed to attack cotton worms.)
EXHIBr: Adult.
PHY ATA FASCIATA Gray.
(Attacks cotton worms: also Diptera.)
EXHIBrr: Adult.
SIX-SPOTTED TIGER BEETLE.
icindela sexguata Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
SCAROLINA TIGER BEETLE.
Teracha ina Linn.
(Feeds occasionally upon cotton worms.)
ExmHIBr: Adult.
SUBTERRANEAN GROUND BEETLE.
Scarites suberraneus Fab.
ExmBrr: Adult.
PTEROSTIOCUS PERMTNDUS Say.'
EXHIBIT: Adult.
HELLUOMORPHA TEXANA Lee.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
GALERITA ATRIPBS Lee.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CALLIDA DECORA Fab.
Exm Adr: Adult.
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COCCINELLA SANGUINEA Linn.
(Attacks cotton aphis.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
COCCINELLA OCULATA Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
TWICE-STABBED LADYBIRD,
Chilocorus bivulnerus Mula.
(Attacks cotton Aleyrodes.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
COLLOPS QUADRIXACULATUS Fab.
(Feeds on pollen, and probably on small insects.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ROBBER FLY.
Erax lateralis Macq.
(Observed to catch bollworm moths on the wing.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ASILUS SERICEUS Say.
(Observed to catch moths on the wing.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
MESOGRAPTA POLITA Say.
(Feeds on aphids.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
COTTON-WORM TA&CHINA FLY.
Frontina aletie Riley.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
HOLCOCEPHALA ABDOXINALIS Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
DIOGMITES DISCOLOR Loew.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LAPHRIA THORACICA Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ATOMOSIA PUELLA Wied.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ROBBER FLY.
Proctacanthus milberti Macq.
(Observed to attack cotton worm.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ISODONTIA PHILADELPHICA Lep.
(Preys upon crickets.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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AMMOPEILA PICTIPENNIS Walsh.
(Pres on caterpillars.)

POLISTS RUBIGINOSUS Lep.
ExmBHI : Adult.
COMPSOXERUS QUADRINOTATA Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LYSIPHLEBUS TESTACEIPES Cress.
(Cotton aphis parasite: "Fairly cleaned cotton of aphids.")
EXHIBIT: Adult.
OPHION BILINEATUS Say.
ExmHBr: Adult.
PILOCRYPT NCUS Say.
(Bred from cotton worm.)
ExmHrT: Adult.
SYNTOXOSPHYRUX EBURUB Riley.
(Bred from cotton worm.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
PLECTRUS COOMTOCII How.
(Bred from cotton worm and boll worm.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.


IN CTS INJUIOUS TO INDIAN CORN.
STreating of injuries to seed in ground d roots see Forbes, 18th
Rept. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 7-171, Pls. I-XV, 1894.
For general articles see Webster, 35th Ann. Rpt. Ind. St. Bd.
Agric. f. 1885, pp. 180-215, 1886; Bruner, Rpt. Nebr. St. Bd. Agr. f.
1891, pp. 240-309, 1892.
INJURING THE PLANTED SEED.
THE EED-CO MAGGOT.
Pegomya fsciceps Zett.
(Formerly Pegomyia z Riley.)
For general articles see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 84-92, 1902; Forbes 18th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp.
16-19, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, adult, and work.
SEED-CORN AGONODERUS.
Agonoderu pallipes Fab.
For general account see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 12-14,
1894.
Ex IT: Adult and work.
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LITTLE BLACK ANT.
Prenolepis imparis Say.
(Adults eat sprouting corn; also called P. nitens Mayr., which is a
European variety of the species.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE SMALL YELLOW ANT.
Solenopsis debilis Mayr.
For general article see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 9-11,
66, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE VAGABOND CRAMBUS.
Crambus vulgivagellus Clem.
For general account see Lintner, 1st Rpt. St. Ent. N. Y., pp. 127-
157, 1882; Felt. Bul. 64, Cornell Univ. Agr. Expt. Sta., pp. 69-71,1894.
EXHIBT: Adult and figure.
THE CORN-ROOT WEBWORM.
Crambus zeellus Fern.
(Larvae feed on roots; when full grown form a webbed cocoon near.
base of stalk.)
For general account see Forbes, 14th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 12-17,
1885.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, cocoon, and adult.
INJURING THE ROOTS AND SEEDS.
THE CORN-ROOT APHIS.
Aphis maidis-radicis Forbes.
For detailed account see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 58-85,
1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
WHITE GRUB; MAY BEETLE.
Lachnosterna fusca Fr6h.
For account of white grubs injuring corn see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St.
Ent. Ill., pp. 109-145, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LACHNOSTERNA GIBBOSA Burm.
For general account of white grubs see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent.
11., pp. 109-145, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE WHEAT WIREWORM.
Agriotes mancus Say.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 77-78, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.






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Melanous cribulous Lee.
For injuries by wire-worms see Forbes, 18th Rpt St. Ent. I11.,
pp. 27-51, 1894.
ExBmrr: Adult and figure.
THE COMMOXON WIREWORM.
Melanotu communie Gyll.
For injuries by wire-wormsee Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent. 11l., pp.
27-1, 1894.
Exrmrr: Adult.
TWELVE-4POTTED CUCUXBER-BEETLE.
abri duoempu Oliv.
For general articles see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 146-154,
1894; Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 12-13,
1908; Quaintance, Bul. 26, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp.
5 40, 1900.
E rr: Adult and figure. (See also, under Injuring the Ears.")
THE NORTHERN CORN ROOT-WORM.
Diabrotiea logicornie Say.
For general account see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent. 11l., pp. 154-15,
1894.
ExHT: Adult and figre.
INJURING THE YOUNG PLANT.
CORN BILL-BUGS.
For general articles on corn bill-bugs see Forbes, 16th Rpt. St.
Ent. Ill., pp. 58-74 1890; Bul. 79, Ill. Agr. Expt. Sta., 27 pp. 1902.

THE CLAY-COLORED BILL-BUG.
SphenophoIr quali. Linn.
(Treated as ocr Lec, by Forbes, 1. c.)
Ex : Adult and figure.
NORTHERN CORN BILL-BUG.
Sphenophorus zes Walsh.
(Generally called by authors uptili.)
EXHI: Adult and work.
T1E TENACIOUS BILL-BUG.
p pho pertina Oliv.
ExTerr: Adult.
THE BLUE-GRASS BILL-BUG.
Sphenophorus parvlus GylL
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THE CALLOUSED BILL-BUG.
Sphenophorus callosus Oliv.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE FALL ARMY WORM.
Laphygmafrugiperda S. & A.
(Larvae feed on leaves, burrow in young plants, and later leaves
and forming ears are damaged.)
For full life history and bibliography see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 13-45, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE ARGE TIGER MOTH.
Apantesis arge Dru.
For brief account see Bruner, Rpt. Nebr. St. Bd. Agr. 1891, p. 244,
1892. (Formerly Arctia.)
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.

YELLOW-BEAR CATERPILLAR.
Diacrisia virginica Fab.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Entom. Minn., pp.
79-81, fig. 78, 1899. (Formerly Spilosoma.)
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, and adult.

SALT-MARSH CATERPILLAR.
Estigmene acrera Dru.
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 43-44, fig. 41, 1903. (Formerly Leucarctia.)
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE SADDLE-BACK CATERPILLAR.
Sibine stimulea Clem.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
98-99, 1899. (Formerly Empretia.)
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, cocoon, and adult.
THE DARK-SIDED CUTWORM.
Euxoa messoria Harr.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
290-291, 1885. (Formerly Carneades.)
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.

THE BRONZED CUTWORM.
Nephelodes minians Guen.
For life history and partial bibliography see Lintner, 1st Rpt. St.
Ent. N. Y., pp. 99-110, 1882; Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1890,
pp. 244-246, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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THE W-XA'imD CUTWORM.
Noctua clandestina Harr.
For gneral account see Slingerland, Bul. 104, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., pp. 571-574, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE SPOTTED OCUTWORM.
Noctua c-nigrum Linn.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s.,
Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 5-58, 191.
EXH T: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
THE VARIEGATED OUTWORM.
Peridma Hiibn.
For general bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 4 4, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GLASSY OUTWORM.
fadena devastatri.c Brace.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. 1884,
pp. 296-297, 1885.
EXIBIT: Adult.
THE BLACK CUTWORM.
Agroti ypeilen Rott.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. 1884,
pp. 294-295, 1895.
ExmHIT: Larva, adult and figure.
WESTERN STRIPED OTUTWORM.
Feltia herilis Grote.
For short account see Riley, 1st Rpt. St. Ent. Mo., pp. 81-82, 1869;
Forbes: 1th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p. 89, 1894.
ExHrr: Larva and adult.
THE DINGY COTWORN.
Felia subgothica Haw.
For general articles see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1898, p. 257. Slingerland, Bul. 104, Cornell Univ. Agr. Expt. Sta.,
p. 574-579, 1895.
EXIIT: Larva, adult and figure.
INJURING THE STAL.
THE SPINDLE WORK.
Achatodes zes Harr.
For brief accounts see Harris, Ins. Inj. to Veg., Flint Ed., pp. 438-
9,1862; Webster, 35th Ann. Rpt. Ind. St. Bd. Agric., f. 1885, p. 193,
1886.
ExHmIT: Adult and work.






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SMALLER CORN STALK-BORER.
Elasmopalpus lignosellus Zell.
For life-history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 23, n. s.,
Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric. pp. 17-22, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult work and cocoon.
THE STALK BORER.
Papaipema nitela Guen.
(Formerly Gortyna and Hydrwcia.)
For general accounts see Bird, Can. Ent., v. XXX, pp. 127-128,
1898; Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp.
11-12, fig. 2, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CORN STALK-BORER; SUGAR-CANE BORER.
Diatrea saccharalis Fab.
For full life-history and general account see Howard, Insect life,
v. IV, pp. 95-103, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, larva, pupa, adult, and work.
INJURING THE LEAVES.
THE LESSER LOCUST.
Melanoplus atlanis Riley.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 178-183, pl. 12, fig. 7, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 26-27, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE TWO-STRIPED LOCUST.
Melanoplus bivittatus Say.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 363-368, pl. 24, fig. 5, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 31-32.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE DIFFERENTIAL LOCUST.
Melanoplus differentialis Thos.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 349-354, pl. 23, figs. 3 and 4, 1897; also Morgan, Bul. 30,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-26, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
RED-LEGGED LOCUST.
Melanoplus femur-rubrum DeG.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 278-285, pl. 1, fig. h., pl. 19, figs. 1-4, 1897; Riley, Bul.
25, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 27-28, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.





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SROOKY-OUNTAI LOCUST.
Melanoplus pretu Thos.
F bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
. XX, pp. 184190, pl. 12, fig. 8,1897; also Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-26, 1891.
ExHIBIT: Adult.
THx AMRICAN LOCUST.
Schistocerca americana Dru.
For life history and general account, Howard, Insect Life, v. VII,
pp. 220-229, 18; als Morgan, Bul. 30, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 27, 1901.
ExHIBI: Adult.
THE CORN APHIS.
Aphis maidie Fitch.
For general account see Forbes, 13th Rpt St. Ent. Ill., pp. 43-50,
1884.
ExHIBIT: Figure.
THE BARR E-WINGED ONION MAGGOT.
Chwtopsis enea Wied.
For neral accounts see Howard, Insect Life, v. VI1, pp. 352-354,
1895; Pettit, 200, Mich. Agr. Exp. Sta., pp. 206-208, 1902.
ExmHI : Puparium and adult.



(Injures cane, corn, oats, rye, wheat, etc.)
For bibliography, 1786-1888, see Forbes, App. to 16th Rpt. St.
Et. Ill., pp. 1-102, 1894.
For general artcles ee Forbe, 16th pt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 1-r',
1894; Webster, Bul. 15, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.. 82 p ).
1898.
Ex; T: Nymph, adult and figure.
THE FODDER WORM.
Epizeuis temula Hiibn.
(Lives especially on leaves of stored fodder.)
For general account see Packard, 5th Rpt. U. S. Ent., Comm., pp.
843-844 1890.
ExHrT: Larva, pupa, cocoon, adult, and work.
THE ARiMY WORM.
Heliophila unipuncta Harv.
(Formerly Leuania.)
For bibliography and life history see Lintner, 12th Rpt. St. Ent.
N. Y., pp. 190-214, 1896.
Ex Irr: Larva and adult.







THE CORN-FEEDING SYRPHUS-FLY.
Mesograpta polita Say.
For general account see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. I, pp.
5-8, 1888.
EXHIBIT: Puparia and adult.
THE STRIPED BLISTER BEETLE.
Epicauta vittata Fab.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 22-23, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, adult, and figure.
BLACK BLISTER BEETLE.
Epicauta pennsylvanica DeG.
(Feed on pollen and flower leaves.)
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 25, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE GRAY BLISTER BEETLE.
-Epicauta cinerea Fors.
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 24, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
INJURING THE POLLEN, SILK, AND EARS.
BOLLWORM; CORN-EAR WORM.
Heliothis obscura Fab.
(Formerly ll. armiger Hiibn; see special case.)
For life history and general account see Quaintance, Farmer's Bul.
191, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1904.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE BROWN FRUIT-CHAFER.
Euphoria inda Linn.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 67-74, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE ROSE-CHAFER.
Macrodactylus subspinosus Fabr.
For general article and life history see Smith, Bul. 82, N. J. Agric.
Expt. Sta., 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE RUSTY-BROWN TORTRIX.
Platynotaflavedana Clem.
(Larvae feed in ears of green corn.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 231-
239, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Pupa and adult.






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INSECTS INJURING SUGAR CANE.
THE SUGAR-CANE PIN-BORER.
Xyleboru sacchari Hopk.
For notes, under name of pue Zim., see iley and Howard,
Insect Life, v. IV, p. 402, and v. V, p. 51, 1892.
ExurBIT: Adult, work, and figure.

HAWAUAN SUGAR-CANE BORER.
i9phenophorus obscuriv Boisd.
For life history and general account see Riley and Howard, Insect
Life, v. I, pp. 185-189, 1888.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE SUGAR-CANE BEETLE.
Llgyrus rugiceps l*.
For general account see Howard, Insect Life, v. I, pp. 11-13, 1888.
ExHIBIT: Adult and work.
CORN STALK-B; SUGAR-CANE BORER.
Diatraa eaccharlis Fab.
SFor full life history and general account see Howard, Inect Life,
v. VI, pp. 95-103, 1891.
EXHIr: Larva, pupa, adult, and work.



INSECTS INJURIOUS TO RICE.
THE RICE WEEVIL.
Calandra oryza Linn.
For general account see Chittnden, Farmers' Bul. 45, rev. ed.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 5-6, 1897.
EXHIBI: Adult and figure.
THE RICE GRUB.
Chalep trachypygu Burm.
For general article see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1881, pp.
128-129, 1882.
EXBI: Adult and figure.
THE RICE STALK-BORER.
Chilo pljadellus Zinck.
For general article under Cilo or ell see Riley, Rpt. U. S.
Dept. Agric. f. 1881, pp. 133-135, 1882.
ExHIrr: Larva, adult, work, figure and the parasite Pora aleti
Comst.






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THE RICE WATER-WEEVIL.
Lissorhoptrus simplex Say.
For general article see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1881, pp.
130-133, 1882.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE FALL ARMY WORM.
Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.
For full life history and bibliography see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 13-45, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO GRASSES.
APANTESIS NAIS Dru.
(Formerly Arctia.)
For account see Beutenmiiller, "Cat. Lep. N. Y.," Ann. Acad.
N. Y., p. 206, 1890.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
GRANULATED CUTWORM.
Feltia annexa Fr.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884,
pp. 291-292, 1885. For description and stages see French, Can.
Ent., v. XIV, pp. 207-210, 1882.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure.
HOMOPTERA EDUSA Dru.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
NORTHERN GRASS WORM.
Drasteria erechtea Cram.
For general account see Slingerland, Insect Life, v. V, pp. 87-88,
1892.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and work.
THE ARMY WORM.
Heliophila unipuncta Harv.
(Formerly Leucania).
For bibliography and life history see Lintner, 12th Rpt. St. Ent.
N. Y., pp. 190-214, 189'6.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
THE SALT-MARSH CATERPILLAR.
Estigmene acra Dru.
(Formerly Leucwrctia.)
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 43-44, 1903.
EXmBIT: Larva and adult.






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FALL ARNY WORM.
Laphgmafrugiperda S. & A.
For full bibligraphy and life htory see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 4-45, 1901.
T: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
THE ISABELLA TIGER XOTH.
Isia isabella & A.
(Formerly lyrrharctia.)
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 44-5, 1903.
EXuI: Larva, cocoon, adult and figure.
THE VAGABOND CRAXBUS.
Crambu# ulgiraqlu Clem.
For neral accounts see Lintner, 1st Rpt. St. Ent. N. Y., pp. 127-
151, 1882; Felt, Bul. 64, ornell Univ. Agric. Expt. Sta., pp. 69-71,
189 .
EXHI: Eggs, adult, work, figure, and parasite Latus
frigida Cr.
THE SPOTTED CUTWORX.
Nou -nigm Linn.
For neral account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 54-58, 191.
EXHI : Pup and adult.
WHITE GRUB; MAY BEETLE.
Iahnowternafusea Fr6h.
For account of white grubs see Forbes, 18th pt. St. Ent. Ill., pp.
109-145, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
WHITE GRUB; JUNE BEETLE.
Lachnotena arcuata Smith.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 74-76, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE DISTENDED MAY BEETLE.
Lachnostera farcta Lec.
For sort notices see Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. 1879, pp.
47-248, P1. V, fig. 5, 1880, and Howard, Bul. 22, n. s., Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 107, 1900.
EXHII: Adult.
THE BLVE-GRASS BILL-BUG.
Sphenophoru parvule Gyll.
For article see Forbes, 16th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 63, 65, 1894.
Exnmrr: Adult.






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THE LESSER LOCUST.
Melanoplus atlanis Riley.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 178-183, pl. 12, fig. 7, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 26-27, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE CAROLINA LOCUST.
Dissosteira carolina Linn.
For short account see Forbes and Hart, Bul. 60, Ill. Agric. Expt.
Sta., pp. 479-480, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Nymph and adult.
THE TIMOTHY PLANT-BUG.
Oncognathus binotatus Fabr.
For general account see Howard, Insect Life, v. V, pp. 90-92, 1892.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE GREATER WHEAT-STEM MAGGOT.
Meromyza americana Fitch.
For general article see Webster, Bul. 42, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 43-51, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
LEATHER JACKET; MEADOW WORM.
Tipula bicornis Loew.
For general account see Forbes, 16th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 78-83,
1890.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO ALFALFA.
THE VARIEGATED CUTWORM.
Peridroma saucia Hfibn.
For general bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 46-64, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE FALL ARMY WORM.
Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.
For full bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 40-45, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE ALFALFA WEBWORM.
Loxostege commixtalis Walk.
(Formerly L. cereralis Zell.)
For account of Loxostege sp. attacking alfalfa see Insect Life, v. VI,
pp. 36, 1893.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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THE TWO-TR LOCST.
Heanoplus bivittatus Say.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. pp. 363-368, pl. 24, fig. 5, 1897.
Exmr: Adult and figure.
THE DIFFERENTIAL LOCUST.
elanopl differ4ialis Thos.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc U S.N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 349-354 pl. 23, figs. 3 and 4, 1897; also Morgan, Bul. 30,
n. s., Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-26, 1901.
ExmBrr: Adult and figure.
THE ROCKY-MOUNTAIN LOCUST.
elnplu spre. Thos.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 184-190, pl. 12, fig. 8, 1897.
EXHIBT: Adult.
THE AMERICAN LOCUST.
histocerca americana, Dr.
For life history and gneral account see Howard, Insect Life, v.
VII, pp. 220-229, 1897; also Morgan, Bul. 30, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agic., p. 27, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
ITHE CLOVER-SEED CHALCIS-FLY.
Bruchophagu. fsnefris How.
For neral account see Hopkins, Bul. 6, n. s., Div. Ent. U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 73, 1896, and Bul. 17, n. s., p. 45, 1898; Titus, Bul. 44,
pp. 77-80, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.


INSECTS IN RIOUS TO SMALL GRAINS.

For general articles see Howard, Tech. Ser. 2, Div. Ent. U. S.
Dept. Agric., 24 pp., 1896; Marlatt, Farmers' Bul. 132, U. S. Dept.
Agric., 38 pp., 1901; Webster, Bul. 42, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
62 pp., 1903.
THE LESSER LOCUST.
Manplus alai Riley.
For bibliography and general account see Sudder, Proc, U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 178-183, p. 12, fig. 7, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 26-27, 891.
EXHIBIT: Nymph and adult.






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THE RED-LEGGED LOCUST.
Melanoplus femur-rubrum DeG.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 278-285, pl. 1, fig. h; P1. IX, figs. 1-4, 1897; Riley, Bul.
25, Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 27-28, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Nymph and adult.
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN LOCUST.
Melanoplus spretus Thos.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 184-190, pl. 12, fig. 8, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 9-26, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Nymph, adult, and figure.
THE WESTERN CRICKET.
Anabrus purpurascens Uhl.
For detailed account see Packard, 2d Rept. U. S. Ent. Comm., pp.
163-178, 1879.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE CLEAR-WINGED LOCUST.
Camnula atrox Scudd.
For account of an allied species (C. pellucida) see Simpson, Circ. 53,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE ARMY WORM.
Heliophila unipuncta Harv.
(Formerly Leucania.)
For bibliography and life history see Lintner, 12th Rept. St. Ent.'
N. Y., pp. 190-214, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
FALL ARMY WORM.
Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.
For full bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 40-45, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
STALK BORER.
Papaipema nitela Guen.
(Bores in stems of various plants.)
For general account see Bird, Can. Ent., v. XXX, pp. 127-128,
1898.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and work.
WHEAT-HEAD ARMY-WORM.
Heliophila albilinea Huibn.
For general account see Riley, 9th Rept. St. Ent. Mo., pp. 50-57, 18.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, adult, figure, and parasites: Anomalon apicale
Cress., Tachina anonyma Riley.






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thari nualli Say.
For short article see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 27, 1903.
Eximrr: Adult.
CLAY-COLORED BILL-BUG.
Sphenophon eualis Lee.
(reated as oreu Lee. by authors.)
For articles on bill-bugs see Forbe, 16th Rept. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 58-
74, 1890; Webster, Insect Life, v. II, pp. 132-134, 1889.
ExmmB: Adult.
THE GERXAN GRAIN-LOUSE.
Macrosiphum cerealis Kalt.
(Attacks barley, chess, meadow, orchard, and velvet grass, oats, rye,
d wheat, feeding on ears, racemes, and other parts of plant.)
For general account see Pergande, Bul. 44, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 18-21, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Figure.
THE ENGLISH GRAIN-LOUSE.
Macrsiphum granaria Buck.
(Formerly Nectr or and Aphii. Attacks green foxtail, meadow,
an r rd grass, oats red top, rye, wheat, and wild rye.)
For general account see Pergande, Bl. 44, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 13-18, 1904.
EXBIT: Figure and work; parasite, Ly ebs testacepe Cress.
(figure); and enemies, Anati 15-pntat 01.; Cocinell aninea
Linn.; Iippodamia parenthesis Say; Podaibrwt tomentosuu Say; Sphe-
rop ria cylindric Say; SyrphyA a ricav Wied.
THE EUROPEAN GRAIN-LOUSE.
Siphocoryne avene Fabr.
(Formerly ectaroora and Aphis. Attacks apple, burdock, celery,
choke-cherry, dogwood, grasses, oats, rye, wheat, and other plants.)
For general account see Pergande, Bul. 44, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 5-13, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Figure.
THE CHINCH BUG.
Bliswe leucopterus Say.
(Injures cane, corn, oats, rye, wheat, etc.)
For bibliography 1785-1888 see Forbes, App. to 16th Rept. St. Ent.
Il., pp. 1-102, 1894. For general articles see Forbes, 16th Rept. St.
Ent. III., pp. 1-57, 1894; Webster, Bul. 15, n. s., Div. U. S. Dept.
Agric., 82 pp., 1898.
EXHIBIT: s, nmh, adult, and fgure.






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THE GRAIN LEAF-HOPPER.
Diedrocephalus flaviceps Riley.
For account of .D. mollipes see Osborn & Ball, Bul. 34, Iowa Agric.
Expt. Sta., p. 614, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE DESTRUCTIVE LEAF-HOPPER.
Oicadula exitiosa Uhl.
For general account see Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Comm. Agric., 1879,
pp. 191-193, 1880.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE WHEAT FALSE WORM.
Dolerus arvensis Say.
For general account see Riley and Marlatt, Insect Life, v. IV, pp.
171-172, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GRASS SAWFLY.
Pachynematus extensicornis Nort.
(Formerly Nematus marylandicus.)
For article under N. marylandicus see Riley and Marlatt, Insect
Life, v. IV, pp. 174-177, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE WESTERN GRAIN SAWFLY.
Cephus occidentalis Marl.
For short article see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. II, p. 286,
1890.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work and figure.
JOINT-WORMS.
For special articles to four following species see Howard, Tech.
Ser. 2, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 24 pp., 1896; also Webster,
Bul. 42, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 62 pp., 1903.
GREATER WHEAT-STRAW WORM.
Isosoma grande Riley.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
BARLEY-STRAW WORM.
Isosoma hordei Harr.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work and figure.
THE WHEAT JOINT-WORM.
Isosoma tritici Riley. .
EXHIBIT: Adult, work and figure.
THE HAIRY-FACED JOINT-WORM.
Isosoma hirtifrons How.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.






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I -ESSAN FLY.
Mayeiola destructor Say.
(Formerly Cecidomyia.)
For general article with bibliography see Osborn, Bul. 16, n. s.
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 57 pp., 1898; Marlatt, Farmers' Bul.
132, U. S. Dept. Agric.. pp. 13-22, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Puparia, adult, work, figures, and map.
TE GREATER WHEAT-STEM MAGGOT.
aferona unericna Fitch.
For general article see Webster, Bul 42, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
gric., pp. 43-51, 193.
ExmrBT: Adult, work and figure.
THE AMERICAM FRIT-FLY.
Osinie sor Macq.
For general article see Webster, Bul. 42, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 57-62, 1903.
ExmHIB: Adult, work, and figure.
THE LESSER WHEAT-TRAW MAGGOT.
Oscinis etarbounaria LtAoew.
SFor general article see Webster, Bul. 42, Div nt., Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 51-56, 1903.
Exr Trr: Adult.
CHLOROPS PROXIXA Say.
For short account see C tock, Rpt. U. . Com. Agric., 1879,
pp. 257-258, 1880.
ExmBT: Adult and work.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO HOPS.
THE HOP PLANT-LOUSE.
Phorodon humldi Schr.
(Attacks hop and plum.)
For full life history see Riley, Cir. 2, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, and figures, with two enemies: C'rysaopa sp.
and Adalia bpunctta Linn.
THE COMMA BUTTERFLY.
Polygonia comma Harr.
(Formerly Grapta.)
For general account see Howard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S,
Dept. Agric., pp. 50-51, 1897.
ExmHBr: Larva and adult.
3600-No. 47-04--5







THE SEMICOLON BUTTERFLY.
Polygonia interrogationis Fab.
For general account see Howard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 47-49, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE HOP GRUB.
Gortyna immanis Guen.
For general account and life history see Howard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 40-44, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, adult, and work.

THE HOP SNOUT-MOUTH.
Hypena humuli Harr.
For general account see Howard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 44-47, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa and adult.
THE VARIEGATED CUTWORM.
Peridroma saucia Hiibn.
For general bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent,, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 46-64, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.



INSECTS INJURIOUS TO CLOVER.

For list of clover insects, and short articles on several important
species see Bruner and Hunter, Rpt. St. Bd. Agr. Nebr., pp. 240-285,
1898.
INJURING THE ROOTS.
THE CLOVER ROOT-BORER.
Hylastinus trifolii Miill.
(Formerly Hylastes.)
For general articles see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agr., f. 1878, pp.
248-250, 1879.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, figure, and enemy, Telephoru bilineatus Say.

INJURING THE STEM.
THE CLOVER STEM-BORER.
Languria mozardi Latr.
For general account see Weed, Bul. Ohio Agr. Expt. Sta., 2d
series, v. III, No. 8, p. 235, 1890.
EXHIBIT: Adult.





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INJURING THE LEAVES.
THE CLOVER MITE.
Bryobi pratensis Garm.
For general article see Garman, 14th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p. 73, 1885;
Bruner, Rpt. Nebr. St. Bd. Agric., f., 1898, pp. 280-284, 1899; Mar-
latt, Cir. 19, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 1897.
EXHIBIT: Figure.
CLOVER ALEYRODES.
AlyIrode sp.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE WHEAT TJRIPS.
Thrips tr1it Fitch.
For citations to literature see Lintner, 1th Rpt. Y. St. Ent.,
pp. 247-250, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Figure.
THE CLOVER-LEAF WEEVIL.
|lPh l0m punFat Fbr.
For general account see Lintner, 1st. Rpt. St. Ent. N. Y., pp. 47-
253, 1883; Sanderson, Insects injurious to stple crops, pp. 177-179.
1902.
. EXHIIT: Larva, cocon, adult, work, figure, and enemy, llops
4-mrautatu8 Fab.
THE GRAPE-VINE COLASPIS.
'Colaxpl brunnea Fab.
For general article see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 13-14, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE 12-SPOTTED CUCUMBER BEETLE.
ihlbrot'wL dudrfill -1 )/ceitll (Oliv.
For general account and remedies see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent.,
U S.Dept. Agric., pp. 12-13, 1903; Quaintance, Bul. 26, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 35-40, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult, figure, and parasite, (Tlattlat ia brotic.
WESTERN CORN ROOT-WORM.
Diabrotia ,ongicornis Say.
For general account see Forbes, 12th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 10-31,
figs. 1-5, 1883.
EXHmIT: Adult.
THE IMBRICATED SNOUT-BEETLE.
Epiueru imbricatus Say.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agri-., pp. 28-29, 1903; Bul. 19, n. s., pp. 62-67, 1899.
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THE GIBBOUS JUNE-BEETLE.
Lachnosterna gibbosa Burm.
For general account of white grubs see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent.
Ill., pp. 109-144, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE FLAVESCENT CLOVER-WEEVIL.
Sitones flavescens Marsh.
For brief account see Osborn and Gossard, Bul. 14, Ia. Agric. Expt.
Sta., pp. 177-178, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
GRAPHORHINUS VADOSUS Say.
For brief account see Webster, Amer. Nat., v. XVI, p. 746, 1882.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE ASH-GRAY BLISTER-BEETLE.
Macrobasis unicolor Kby.
For general account see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1898, pp. 249-250.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
FOUR-LINED PLANT-BUG.
Paecilocapsus lineatus Fab.
For general accounts see Lintner, 1st. Rpt. St. Ent. N. Y., pp. 271-
281, 1883; Slingerland, Bul. 58, Cornell Univ. Agr. Expt. Sta., pp.
207-239, 1893.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE TARNISHED PLANT-BUG.
Lygus pratensis Linn.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., f. 1884, pp.
312-315, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE CLOVER-LEAF MIDGE.
Cecidomyia trifolii Loew.
For brief articles see Bruner, Rpt. St. Bd. Agric. Nebr., 1898,
pp. 250-251, 1899; Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1879, pp.
197-199, 1880.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, adult, and work.
THE RED-BANDED LEAF-ROLLER.
Eulia triferana Walk.
(Formerly Lophodera..)
For brief accounts see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., p. 231,
1899; Forbes, 14th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 20-21, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Pupa and adult.






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THE RUSTY-BROWN TORTRIX.
Platynota flavedana Clem.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 231-
232, 1899.
ExHI: Eggs, pupa, and adult.
THE SULPHUR-COLORED TORTRIX.
Epaogeulfureana Clem.
(Formerly Tortri and Dicklia.)
For brief account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. S. Ent. Minn., pp. 232-
233, 1899. For bibliography see Forbes, 14th Rpt. St. Ent. I11., pp.
17-20, 1885.
ExIBIT: Pupa, adult, and work.
CCELOSTATI HA DISCOPUNCTANA Clem.
(Formerly Aipkhina.)
For brief notice see Comstock, Rpt U. S. Dept. Agric., f. 1880, p.
258, 1881.
Exmr: Pupa and adult.
THE FALL ARMY WORM.
aphygma frugiperda S. & A.
For full life history and bibliography see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. a.,
iv. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 13-45, 1901.
ExHIBIT: Adult.
ANAPHORA POPEANELLA Clem.
For general account see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. III, pp.
7-28, 1890.
ExirIn : Adult.
THE OBLIQUE-BANDED LEAF-ROLLER.
A rchips rosarena Harr.
(Formerly CaOeia.)
For general account see Luger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 226-
227, 1899.
EXHBIT: Pupa and adult.
THE GARDEN WEB-WORM.
Loxostege simialint ( f en.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
pp. 39-40, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
ARISTOTELIA ROSEOSUFFUSELLA Clem.
(Formerly Gelechia.)
For brief reference to food plant see Murtfeldt, Bul. 23, Div. Ent.,
U Dept. Agric., p. 54, 1891.
EXIBT: Pupa and adult.
11" o




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ECTROPIS CREPUSCULARIA D. and S.
(Has been placed in genera Cymatophora, Cleora, and Boarmia.)
For brief accounts see Packard, 5th Rpt . S. Ent. Comm., p. 371,
1890; Lugger, 4th Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., p. 188, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
DRASTERIA ERECHTEA Cram.
For general account see Slingerland, Insect Life, vol. V, pp. 87-88,
1892.
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, pupa, and adult.
THE CHICKWEED GEOMETER.
Haematopsis grataria Fabr.
For brief notice see Forbes, 14th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p. 74, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
10 MOTH.
Automeris io Fab.
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
126-129, fig. 130, and pl. 16, fig. 129, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, and adult.
CATOPYRRHA DISSIMILARIA Hiibn.
(Formerly Aspilates.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE GREEN CLOVER WORM.
Plathypena scabra Fab.
(Formerly Ifypena.)
For accounts see Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1879, p. 252,
1880, Chittenden, Bull. 30, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dc't. Agric., p.
44-50, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
THE SMALL WHITE BRISTLY CUTWORIM.
Mamestra renigera Steph.
For short account see Forbes, 16th Rpt. St. Ent. 111., pp. 95-96,
1890.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
THE CLOVER CUTWORM.
Mamestra trifolii Rott.
For account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. 1883, pp. 123-124,
1883.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
ARMY WORM.
Heliophila unipuncta Harv.
(Formerly Leucania.)
For bibliography and life history see Lintner, 12th Rpt. N. Y. St.
Ent., pp. 190-214, 1896.
ExHIBIr: Larva, pupa, and adult.






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THE VAREGATED CUTWORM.
Perdroma aia Hiibn.
For genera bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 46-64, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE CO LITNA OWLET MOTH.
Prodenia com meliti S. & A.
For life history and general acount see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 59-64, P1. IV, fig. 1, 1901.
ExHIBI: Larva, pupa, and adult.

THE DARK-SIDED CUTWORM.
Euxoa mexsoria Harr.
(Formerly Carneade.)
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1884,
pp. 290-291, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.

THE SMEARED DAGGER.
Aptela olinita S8. & A.
(Formerly Arz mycta.)
For general account see Packard, 5th Rpt. U. S. Ent, Comm., pp.
567-568, 1890.
ExmHrr: Larva, cocoon, and adult.

THE BRONZED CUTWORM.
Nephelodes miniant Guen.
For life history and partial bibliography see Lintner, 1st Rpt. St.
Ent. N. Y., pp. 99-110, 1882; Riley,.Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1890,
pp. 244-246, 1891.
ExIrr:; Larva and adult.

THE CABAGE LOOPER.
Auographa ra Riley.
(Formerly Plusia.)
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 6-69, 1902.
ExHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.

THE NAIS TIGER-MOTH.
Apanteis nai, Dru.
For account see Beutenmuller, "Cat. Lepid. N. Y." Ann. Acad.
N. Y., p. 206, 1890. (Formerly Arctia.)
ExImrr: Adult.






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ZEBRA CATERPILLAR.
Mamestra picta Harr.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 42-43, 1903.
EXHIBIT: -Larva and adult.
THE ISABELLA TIGER-MOTH.
Isia isabella S. & A.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 44-45, 1903. (Formerly Pyrrkarctia.)
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE NORTHERN CLOUDY-WING.
Thorybes pylades Scud.
(Formerly Eudamus.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE COMYNTAS BUTTERFLY.
Everes comyntas Godt.
(Formerly Lycena.)
For brief account see Lintner, 4th Rpt. N. Y. St. Ent., p. 137, 1888.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE AMERICAN COPPER.
Heodes hypophleas Bd.
(Formerly Chrysophanus.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LEMONIAS EDITHA Bd.
(Formerly .Melitwa.)
EXHIBIT: Figure.
SOUTHERN DOG-FACE BUTTERFLY.
Zerene cesonia Stall.
(Formerly Colias.)
For brief notice see Thomas, 10th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p. 78, 1881;
Howard, Bul. 7, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 84, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE ORANGE SULPHUR.
Eurymus eurytheme Bd.
(Formerly Colias.)
For brief account see French, 7th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., pp. 147-148,
1878.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE YELLOW BUTTERFLY.
Eurymus philodice Godt.
(Formerly Colias.)
For brief account see Davis, Bul. 116, Mich. Agr. Expt. Sta., p. 61,
1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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THE CLOUDLESS SULPHUR.
Callidryas eubule Linn.
For brief account see French, 7th Rpt. St. Ent. III., pp. 147-148,
1878.
ExHTirr: Larva, pupa, and adult.
THE BLACK-BORDERED YELLOW.
Eurema nicippe Cram.
(Formerly Ter.)
For brief account see French, 7th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p. 148, 1878.
ExIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
THE LITTLE SULPHUR.
Eurema eufrqe Men.
(Formerly Terias lisa.)
For brief account see French, 7th Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p. 148, .

OLETUREUTES INSTRUTANA Clem.
ExHIBIT: Adult.
TE CLOVER HAY WORM.
I pspygvi ^otaix Fab.
(Formerly Aeqoia and Pyrali.)
For bibliography and general account see Lintner, 11th Rpt. St.
Ent. N. Y., pp. 15-151, 1896.
ExBIrr: Larva and adult.
THE MEAL SNOUT-MOTH.
Pyrali farivalis Linn.
For short account see Chittenden, Farmers' Bul. 45, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 10-11, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, cocoon, and adult.

THE CLOVER PLANT-LOUSE.
Macrosiphum trifolii Perg.
(Attacks dandelion, oats, red clover, strawberry, wheat, &c.)
For general account see Pergande, Bul. 44, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 21-23, 1904.
EXH T: Figure.
THE TWO-STRIPED LOCUST.
felanopltu bivittatus Say.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
SN M., v. XX, pp. 363-368, p. 24, fig. 5, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div.
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 31-3, 1891.
Exm mmr: Adult and figure.






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THE LESSER LOCUST.
Melanoplus atlanis .Riley.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 178-183, pl. 12, fig. 7, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 26-27, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE DIFFERENTIAL LOCUST.
Melanoplus differentialis Thos.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 349-354, pl. 23, figs. 3 and 4; Morgan, Bul. 30, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-26, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
RED-LEGGED LOCUST.
Melanoplus femur-rubrum DeG.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 278-285; pl. 1, fig. h; pl. 19, figs. 1-3, 1897; Riley,
Bul. 25, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 27-28, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE ROCKY-MOUNTAIN LOCUST.
Melanoplus spretus Thos.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., vol. XX, pp. 184-190, pl. 12, fig. 8, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 9-26, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
INJURING THE FLOWERS AND SEEDS.
THE CLOVER-FLOWER MIDGE.
Dasyneura trifolii Lint.
(Formerly Cecidomyia leguminicola Lint.)
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1878,
pp. 250-252, 1879.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, adult, and figure.
THE CLOVER-SEED CHALCIS-FLY.
Bruchophagus funebris How.
For brief accounts see Hopkins, Bul. 6, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., p. 73, 1896, and Bul. 17, n. s., p. 45, 1898; Titus, Bul.
44, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 77-80, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
THE CLOVER-SEED WORM.
Enarmonia interstinctana Clem.
(Formerly Grapholitha.)
For bibliography and general account see Lintner, 11th Rpt. St.
Ent. N. Y., pp. 152-157, 1896.
EXIIBIT: Pupa, adult, and work.






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INSECTS INJ IOUS TO SUGAR BEET.

For general articles see Forbes and Hart, Bul. 60, Ill. Agr. Expt.
S., 136 pp., 1900; Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
71 pp., 1903.
RED-LEGGED LOCUST.
lu femurrurum DeG.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, p. X, 278-285, pl. 1, fig . pl. 19, figs. 1-4, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 27-28, 1891.
EXIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE DIFFERENTIAL LOCUST.
Meanoplu dienial Thos.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 34-354,.pl. 23, figs. 3 and 4, 1897; also Morgan, Bul. 30,
n, s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-26, 1901.
EXHIIT: Adult and figure.
THE ROCKY-MOUNTAIN LOO ST.
|e|nplus &pretu Thos.
SFor bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 184190, pi. 12, fig. 8, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent, U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 9-26, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE TWO STRIPED LOCUST.
Melanoplus bivittatus Say.
For bibliography and general account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 363-368, pl. 24, fig. 5, 1897.
EXIBIT: Adult, nymph, and figure.

THE LESSER LOCUST.
Melanoplu alani Riley.
For bibliography and geneal account see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M.,
v. XX, pp. 178-183, pl. 12, fig. 7, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 26-27, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
T7HE CAROLINA LOCUST.
Dissoteira carolinna Linn.
For short account see Forbes and Hart, Bul. 60, Ill. Agr. Expt.
Sta., pp. 479-80, 1900.
EXH T: Nymph, adult, and parasite Frontinafrenchii Will.

THE BEET LEAF-MINER.
Pegomya icina Lint.
Ex IT: Adult and figure.






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THE BEET CHLOROPS.
Chlorops assimilis Macq.
EXHIBIT: Puparium and adult.
THE COMMON ARMY WORM.
Heliophila unipuncta Harr.
(Formerly Leucania.)
For bibliography and life history see Lintner, 12th Rept. St. Ent.
N. Y., pp. 190-214, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE VARIEGATED CUTWORM.
Peridroma saucia Hiibn.
For general bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 46-64, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE PURSLANE CATERPILLAR.
Copidryas gloveri G. & R.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
FALL ARMY WORM.
Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.
For full bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 40-45, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE WHITE-LINED SPHINX.
Deilephila lineata Fabr.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE BEET ARMY WORM.
Caradrina exigua Hiibn.
For general articles see Gillette, 12th Rpt. Colo. Agr. Expt. Sta.,
p. 39, 1900; Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
pp. 37-46, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE ZEBRA CATERPILLAR.
Mamestra picta Harr.
For bibliography and general life history see Felt, 14th Rpt. N. Y.
St. Ent., pp. 201-207, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
GARDEN WEB-WORM.
Loxostege similalis Guen.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 39-40, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, adult, and figure.





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THE SUGAR-BEET WEBWORM.
Io.roxtege sdieticalis Linn.
For general account see Forbes, Bul. 60, Ill. Agr. Expt. Sta., p.
457-459, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, pua, adult, and figure.
THE ISABELLA TIGER MOTH.
Isa isabella S. & A.
For geneal account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., IT. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 445, 1903. (Formerly Pyrrretia.)
ExHmnrr: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE CLOVER CUTWORM.
famestra tr*folii Rott.
For account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1883, pp. 123-124,
1883.
EHIT: Larva, adult, and parasites Ophi)n urgatum Say. and
Euphorocera claipennie Macq.
THE CABBAGE LOOPER.
A ogr ha brassi Riley.
For genelrl account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 60-69, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and parasite Lt nrim tibitbr Cr
THE GARDEN FLEA-HOPPER.
Itafticw thlri (iiard.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
pt. Agric., pp. 57-62, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE TARNISHED PLANT-BUG.
|Lygu praienis Linn.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1884,
pp. 312-315, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE SANDY GROUND BUG
Emblethis arenrius Linn.
Ex tr: Adult.
PU SLANE BUG.
Geocori bulatu Say.
Exm T: Adult.
THE MILITARY BUG.
Hadronema militari8 Uhl.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
CLOUDED PIGWEED BUG.
Sphragisticus nebulosus Fall.
Exmmnrr: Adult.





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THE BROWN LEAF-HOPPER.
Agallia sanguinolenta Prov.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE CHINCH-BUG.
Blissus leucopterus Say.
For general article and life history see Webster, Bul. 15, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., 82 pp. 1898.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, nymph, adult, and figure.
THE FALSE CHINCH-BUG.
Nysius angustatus Uhl.
(Attacks many garden crops.)
EXHIBT: Adult and figure.
HOODED PLANT-BUG.
Euthoctha galeator Fab.
EXHIBIT: Eggs, nymph, and adult.
THE IMBRICATED SNOUT-BEETLE.
Epic~rs imbricatus Say.
For detailed account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., I-.
Dept. Agric., pp. 62-67, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GIBBOUS JUNE BEETLE.
Lachnosterna gibbosa Burm.
For general account of white grub see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St. Ent.
Ill., pp. 109-144, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE 12-SPOTTED CUCUMBER BEETLE.
Diabrotica duodecempunctata 01.
For general account and remedies see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 12-13, 1903; Quaintance, Bul. 26, n. s., pp.
35-40, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult, figures, and parasite Celatoria diabrotics.
MONOCREPIDIUS VESPERTINUS Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
PENCILED SNOUT-BEETLE.
Centrinus penicellus Hbst.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE GREATER SUGAR-BEET LEAF-BEETLE.
Monoxia puncticollis Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE LESSER SUGAR-BEET LEAF-BEETLE.
Momno-ria oputa Lec.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.






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THE GRAPE-VINE COLASPIS.
Colapis birunnea Fab.
r general article see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 13-14, 1903.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure.
W E GRUB; AY BEETLE.
Lachnosterna froa Fr(ih.
For account of white grubs injuring corn see Forbes, 18th Rpt. St.
Ent. 11l., pp. 109-145, 1894.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE CONVEX FLEA-BEETLE.
Pylliodes contcexior Lee.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE PALE-STRIPED FLEA-BEETLE.
Sy'e blin Mels.
For genera. articles see Chittenden, Bul. 23, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 22-29, 1900; Bul. 43, Div. Ent., p. 16, 1903.
ExnmIw : Adult and figure.
THE SPINACH FLEA-BEETLE.
ionycha xanthMme Dalhn.
EXHIBIT: Adult, figure, and parasite I1ypo4sIta hrrhatia Coq.

THE WAVY-NECKED FLEA-BEETLE.
Dixonycha crenicolli. Say.
ExBIT: Adult.
THE TRIANGULAR FLEA-BEETLE.
Ii(ouyhu tringularis Say.
iEXnBIT: Adult.
THE CUCUMBER FLEA-BEETLE.
Epilrix cmuetnris Hlarr.
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 89-90, 1899.
EXBIT: Adult and figure.
THE TOOTHED FLEA-BEETLE.
Ctonea dnic Illig.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE ASH-GRAY BLISTER-BEETLE.
Maroba uncoor Kby.
For short article see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
f. 1898, pp. 249-250, 1899.
ExmBIT: Adult.





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THE SPOTTED BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta maculata Say.
For general account see Saunders, Bul. 57, S.. Dak. Agric..Expt.
Sta., p. 52, 1898; Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
pp. 24-25, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GRAY BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta cinerea F6rst.
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 25, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
BLACK BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta pennsylvanica DeG.
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 25, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE STRIPED BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta vittata Fabr.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Agric.,
pp. 22-23, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
NUTTALL'S BLISTER-BEETLE.
Cantharis nuttalli Say.
For short article see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 27, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO TOBACCO.
For general articles see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1900; Yearbook, 1898, pp. 120-150.
NORTHERN TOBACCO WORM; TOMATO WORM.
Phlegethontius quinquemaculata Haw.
(Formerly Protoparce celeus.)
For general account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 10-14, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
SOUTHERN TOBACCO WORM; HORNBLOWER.
Phlegethontius sexta Joh.
(Formerly Protoparce carolina.)
For general account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 10-14, 1900; Alwood, Bul. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 72-74, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult,'and figure.






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TOBACCO BUDWORK.
Chloridea virescens Fab.
(Formerly Ieiothie r exi S. & A.)
For general account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 14-16, 1900.
EXHIT: Pupa, adult, and figure.
THE VARIEGATED CUTWORM.
Peridrormax euia Hibn.
For general bibliograph and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 4664, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE BLACK CUTWORM.
A {rofiq ypsilou Rott.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. f. 1884, pp.
294-295, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
CORN-EAR WORM; COTTON BOLLWORM.
Heliothis oQmcura Fab.
(Feeds also on tobacco and tomato. For special case illustrating life
history see under cotton and corn exhiit.)
For life history and general account see Quaintance, Farmers' Bul.,
191, U. Dept. Agric., 1904.
ExI:Br: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
GRANULATED CUTWORM.
Feltia auiexa Tr.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric. 1884, pp.
291-292, 1885. For description of stages see French, Canad. Ent.,
v. XIV, pp. 207-210, 1882.
ExHmrr: Adult and figure.
THE PRETTY CUTWORM.
Mamestra legitima Grt.
For brief account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 24-25, fig. 20, 1900.
EX IT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
THE COMMELINA OWLET MOTH.
Prodenia commeli S. & A.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 27, n. s.,
iv. EntU. Dept. Agric., pp. 59-64, pl. iv, fig. 1, 1901.
EXHII: Larva, adult, and figure.
3600- 47 ---6






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THE CABBAGE LOOPER.
Autographa brassice Riley.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 60-69, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
(ECANTHUS QUADRIMACULATUS Beut.
For brief notice as (E. fasciatus see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120,
U. S. Dept. Agric., p. 25, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
TOBACCO SUCKFLY.
Dicyphus minimus Uhl.
For general account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 16-18, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
TOBACCO SPLITWORM; POTATO-TUBER WORM.
Phthorimea operculella Zell.
(Works in leaves and stems. Formerly Gelechia solanella.)
For general accounts see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. IV, pp.
239-242, 1892; Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp.
19-22, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE TOBACCO FLEA-BEETLE.
Epitrix parvula Fab.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 85-87, 1899; Howard, Farmers'
Bul. 120, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 5-10, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE TOBACCO STALK WEEVIL.
Trichobaris mucorea Lec.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 38, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 66-70, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Cocoon, adult, and work.
EUSCHISTUS VARIOLARIUS Beauv.
For brief accounts see Garman, Bul. 66, Ky. Agr. Exp. Sta., pp.
33-34, 1897; Howard, Farmer's Bul. 120, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 18-
19, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE TOBACCO THRIPS.
Thrips tabaci Lind.
For brief account see Howard, Farmer's Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 24-25, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Figure.





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THE CIGARETTE BEETLE.
ioderma ttceum Dufts.
(Formerly L. sericorne.)
For gnerl account see Chittenden, Bul. 4, n. s., revis. ed., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 126-127, 1897.
EXHIBI: Adult, work, and figure.

THE DRUG-STORE BEETLE.
Sortepa pnicea Linn.
For general acount see Chittenden, Bul. 4, n. s., revis. ed., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 124-126, 1897.
ExIBrr: Adult and figure.


INSECTS INJRUS TO BEANS AND PEAS.
THE LIMA-BEAN STEM-BORER.
MooP6tilo ibilHulst.
(Bores in stalks of Lima eans.)
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 23, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 9-17, 1900.
EXHIExBIT: Larva, cocoon, adult, work, and figure.

SMALLER CORN STALK-BORER.
El asmopalp linel Zell.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 23, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 17-22, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.

NUTTALL'S BLISTER BEETLE.
('andthris nuttall say.
For short article see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 27, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.

THE ASH-GRAY BLISTER BEETLE.
acrobasi unicolor Kby.
For short article see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric., f.
1898, pp. 249-250, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE BEAN LEAF-BEETLE.
Cerotoma trifureala Forst.
(Formerly C caminea Fab.)
For general acount see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric..
1898, pp. 253-254.
Ex T: Adult and figure.






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THE BEAN LADYBIRD.
Epilachna corrupta Muls.
For general account see Gillette, Bul. 47, Colorado Agr. Expt. Sta.,
pp. 41-43, 1898; Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric., f. 1898,
pp. 251-253, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE 12-SPOTTED CUCUMBER BEETLE.
Diabrotica duodecempunctata 01.
For general accounts and remedies see Quaintance, Bul. 26, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 35-40, 1900; Chittenden, Bul. 43,
pp. 12-13, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE IMBRICATED SNOUT-BEETLE.
Epicwrus imbricatus Say.
For detailed account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 62-67, 1899; for general account, Bul. 43, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 28-29, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE BANDED FLEA-BEETLE.
Systena taniata Say.
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., p. 17, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE PALE-STRIPED FLEA-BEETLE.
Systena blanda Melsh.
For general article see Chittenden, Bul. 23, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 22-29, 1900; Bul. 43, p. 16, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE LEAF-MINING LOCUST BEETLE.
Odontota dorsalis Thunb.
(Lives on locust, but attacks beans and other leguminous plants.)
For full life history, bibliography, and distribution see Chittenden,
Bul. 38, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 70-73, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.

THE DISTENDED MAY BEETLE.
Lachnosterna farca Lee.
For short notices see Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1879, pp.
247-248, P1. V, fig. 5, 1880; Howard, Bul. 22, n. s., Div. Ent., U. 8.
Dept. Agric., p. 107, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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THE GARDEN FLEA-HOPPER.
Halticue uhleri Giard.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 57-62, 1899.
ExHIrr: Adult and figure.
THE DINGY CUTWORM.
Felia tha aw.
For brief account see Chittenden, Yearbook, U SDept. Agric.,
f. 1898, p. 257, 1899.
ExuIBIT: Adult.
SALT-MARSH CATERPILLAR.
Estigmene ar Dru.
(Formerly Lucacta.)
For short account see Chittenden, Butil. 43. Div. Ent.. U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 43-, fig. 41, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.

YELLOW-BEAR CATERPILLAR.
l)iwr#ixi irgin iha Fab.
(Formerly Sjnvtumj1a.)
For general account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp.
79-81, fig. 78, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE BEAN CUTWORM.
Ogdocoa nwrcra uen.
(Feeds on buds and leaves.)
For life history and general acount see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 98-100, 1902.
EHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE ROLLER WORM.
Eudarms proteus Linn.
(Feeds on buds and leaves.)
For general article and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 92-96, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Larva, chrysalis, adult, and figure.

COMMON BEAN WEEVIL.
Bruchus obtedus Say.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S.
Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 239-242.
EXIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.






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THE PEA WEEVIL.
Bruchus pisorum Linn.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S.
Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 234-239.
EXHIBIT: Adult, work, and figure.
THE COWPEA WEEVIL.
Bruchus chinensis Linn.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S.
Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 242-245.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
FOUR-SPOTTED BEAN-WEEVIL.
Bruchus quadrimaculatus Boh.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S.
Dept. Agric., 1898, pp. 245-247.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE LENTIL WEEVIL.
Bruchus lentis Boh.
For brief account see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1898, p. 248.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
EUROPEAN BEAN-WEEVIL.
Bruchus rufimanus Boh.
For general account see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1898, pp. 247-248.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE MEXICAN BEAN-WEEVIL.
Spermophagus pectoralis Shp.
For brief account see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1898, p. 248.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GRAY HAIR-STREAK.-
Uranotes melinus Hiibn.
(Works in pods of peas and beans, and in silk corn. Formerly
T/wcla.)
For brief article see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 101-102, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.
BOLLWORM; CORN-EAR WORM.
Heliothis obscura Fab.
(See special case for full life history with illustrations.)
For life history and general account see Quaintance, Farmers' Bul.
191, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1904.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, work, and figure.






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THE IPORTED PEA-MOTH.
Smaia ngricana Steph.
For general accounts and life history see Fletcher, Rpt. Ent. and
Bot., Can. Dept. Agric., 190, p. 214, 1901; Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S Dept. Agric., pp. 96-98, 1902.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure.


ISECTS INJURIOUS TO CRUCIERS.
IMPORTED CABBAGE-WORM.
PAnti rap. Sch.
(Formerly Pieri.)
For general articles see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., f., 1883, pp.
108-113, 1884; Lugger, 1st Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 71-77, Pl. VI,
1896.
Ex : Larva, chrysalis, and ault.
THE LARGE CABBAGE BUTTERFLY.
Plutia mou Linn.
For general article see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1883, pp.
117-118, 1884. (Formerly Pieri.)
SExIBar: Adult.
THE POT-HERB BUTTERFLY.
Pontia Qloerea Boisd.
(Formerly Pieris.)
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1883, pp.
115-117, 1884.
EXHIBT: Chrysalis and adult.
THE SOUTHERN CABBAGE WORM.
Pontia protodiwe Boisd.
For general articles see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., f., 1883, pp.
114-115, 1884; Lugger, 1st Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., pp. 71-77, P1. VII,
1896. (Formerly Pieri8.)
ExHIBIT: Chrysalis and adult.
GARDEN WEB-WORN.
Loxosege sir is Guen.
For gneral account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 39-40, 1903.
EX T: Adult and figure.
GRANULATED CUTWORN.
Feltia annexa Tr.
For description of eggs and larval stage see French, Can. Ent.,
v. XIV, pp. 207-210, 1882. For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S.
Dept. Agric., 1884, pp. 291-292, 1885.
IExm T: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.






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THE STRIPED CUTWORM.
Feltia subgothica Haw.
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 104, Cornell Univ. Agric.
Expt. Sta., pp. 274-279, 1895.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
SHAGREENED CUTWORM.
Feltia malefida Guen.
(Larvae destroy young plants.)
For short account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
292-293, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE VARIEGATED CUTWORM.
Peridroma saucia Hiibn.
For general bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 46-64, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE BLACK CUTWORM.
Agrotis ypsilon Rott.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
294-295, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.
THE SPECKLED CUTWORM.
Mamestra subjuncta G. & R.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, p.
296, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
THE GLASSY CUTWORM.
Hadena devastatrix Brace.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
296-297, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE W-MARKED CUTWORM.
Noctua clandestina Harr.
For general account see Slingerland, Bul. 104, Cornell Univ. Agr.
Expt. Sta., pp. 571-574, 1895.
EXHIBIT; Larva and adult.
FALL ARMY WORM.
Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.
For full bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 29, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 40-45, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.





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TE CRO8-8TRIED CABAGE WORM.
Evergesti2 rimosalisGuen.
(Formerly Pionte.)
For general article see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 4-59, 1902.
E II: Larva, pupa, cocoon, adult, and figure.

THE SALT-MARSH CATERPILLAR.


(Formerly Leuitrctia.)
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., UI. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 43-, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, and adult.

THE CABBAGE LOOPER.
Auraph b Riley.
For general account and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 60-9, 1902. (Formerly lsiis;i'.)
SExHIrr: Larva, cocoon, pupa, and adult.

THE DIAMOND-BACK MOTH.
Jd1ellu 1maclipe'u1n1is Curtis.
(Formerly P. cruiei rarm.)
For general account see Lugger, 1st. Rpt. St. Ent. Minn., p. 79,
PI. VI, 1896.
ExHIr: Larva,, cocoon, adult, and work.

HARLEQUIN CABBAGE-BUG.
Mirgahtia hi.Hrmicu 1ahn.
(Feeds on ruciferous plants of all kinds.)
For general accounts see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
309-312, 1885; Smith, Bul. 121, N. J. Agr. Expt. Sta., pp. 3-6, 1897.
ExmHBr: Eggs, nymph, and adult.
THE TARNISHED PLANT-BUG.
Lygwt praensis Linn.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
312-315, 1885.
EXHIT: Adult.
THE EGG-PLANT FLEA-BEETLE.
Epitri fmueula Cr.
For general aount see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric, pp. 87-89, 1899.
EXHB: Adult and figure.






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THE RED TURNIP BEETLE.
Entomoscelis adonidis Pallas.
For partial life history, short accounts, and bibliography see
Fletcher, Rpt. Ent. and Bot.; Can. Dept. Agr., 1892, pp. 152-155,
1893; loc. cit., 1900, pp. 241, 1901; Chittenden, Bull. 33, n. s., Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 49-53, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Figure.
WESTERN CABBAGE FLEA-BEETLE.
Phyllotreta albionica Lee.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
HORSE-RADISH FLEA-BEETLE.
Phyllotreta armoracide Koch.
For general accounts see Chittenden, Ins. Life, v. VII, pp. 404-406,
1895; Bul. 9, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 21-22, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE WESTERN FLEA-BEETLE.
Phyllotreta pusilla Horn.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 18-19, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE STRIPED FLEA-BEETLE.
Phyllotreta vittata Fab.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
301-304, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
WAVY-STRIPED FLEA-BEETLE.
Phyllotreta sinuata Steph.
(Formerly P. zimmermani.)
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
304-308, 1885.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE CAULIFLOWER PYRALtD.
Pachyzancla bipunctalis Fab.
(Formerly Botis repetitalis.)
For description and brief accounts see Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1880, p. 270, 1881; Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1883, pp.
128-129, 1884.
EXHIBIT: Pupa and adult.
THE ZEBRA CATERPILLAR.
Mamestra picta Harr.
For bibliography and general life-history see Felt, 14th Rpt. N. Y.
St. Ent., pp. 201-207, 1898.
ExHIBIT: Larva, pupa and adult.






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THE CABBAGE MAGGOT.
Pegomya brassicr Bouch.
(Formerly Antkht yi.)
For genemal account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 1884, pp.
19-321, 1885.
ExmrnI: Adult.
SCABBAGE PLANT-LOUSE.
Aphis f raxsife Linn.
For general account see Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 188, pp.
317-319, 1885.
ExIBIT: Adult and work.
IMPORTED CABBAGE WEBWORM.
Hellul Fa
r general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent,, U. S.
pt. Agric., pp. 51-57, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult and figure.
THE CABBAGE CURCULIO.
(eutorhynchus rape Gyll.
Fr general account and partial life history see Chittenden, Bul. 23,
n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 39-50, 1900.
XHIBIT: Adult and figure.

THE IMPORTED CABBAGE LEAF-MINER.
Scaminum Fall.
(Formerly ni raic.)
See Riley, Rpt. U. S. Dept. Agric., 18 p. .22, 1885. For short
account see Chittenden, Bul. 33 n. s.. Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
pp. 76-77, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO POTATO.
THE RINGED MILLIPEDE.
Oimbala ainnita Savy.
ExIBIrr: Figure.

THE SHORT-WINGED MOLE-CRICKET.
&apterius abbreviats Scudd.
For general count see Chittenden, Bul. 40, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
A i., pp. 117-118, 1903. For account of an allied speci S. dida-
SLr., see Barrett, Bul. 2, Porto Rio Agric. Expt. Sta., 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult.





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POTATO-TUBER WORM; TOBACCO SPLIT-WORM.
Phthorima~a operculella Zell.
(Formerly Lita and Gelechia solanella. Works in stems and tubers.)
For general account see Riley and Howard, Insect Life, v. IV, pp.
239-242, 1892; Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept. Agric., pp.
19-22, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE POTATO-STALK WEEVIL.
Trichobaris trinotata Say.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 9-19, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
STALK-BORER.
Papaipema nitela Guen.
(Formerly Gortyna and Hydrcecia. Bores in stems of various plants.)
For general account see Bird, Can. Ent., v. XXX, pp. 127-128, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE LITTLE GREEN TORTOISE-BEETLE.
Cassidapallidula Boh.
(Formerly C. texana.)
For short account see Riley, Amer. Nat., v. 17, p. 1070, October
[17 Sept.], 1883.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE GOLDEN TORTOISE-BEETLE.
Coptocycla bicolor Fab.
(Formerly 0. aurichalcea.)
For general account see Sanderson, Bul. 59, Md. Agr. Expt. Sta.,
pp. 139-140, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
COLORADO POTATO-BEETLE.
Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say.
(Formerly 1Doryphora.)
For general account of life history see Smith, Rpt. N. J. Agric.
Expt. Sta., 1895, pp. 452-458, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Egg, larva, pupa, adult, figure, and the following enemies:
Brachinus kansanus Lee., Chilocorus bivulnerns Mels., Coccinella san-
guinea Linn., Coccinella novemnotata Hbst., Iarpalus caliinosu
Fab., Ifippodamia cownergens Guer., Hippodamia glacialis Fab., Leb, a
atriventris Say, Lebia grandis Htz., Iegilla maculata DeG., Nezara
hiaris Say, Pawimac us elongatus Lec., Podisus spinosus Dall., Poliste
pallipes Lep., and Tetracha mirgnica Linn.






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BOGUS POTATO-BEETLE.
Leptinotra jta Germ.
is species exhibited merely on account of similarity to preceding
es. It feeds on wild Solanums.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THREE-LINED POTATO-BEETLE.
Lema frilineat Oliv.
For general account see Riley, 1st. Rpt. St. Ent. Mo., pp. 99-100,
.869.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure. -
THE WHITE BLISTER-BEETLE.
Macrobrasi alldida Say.
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U1. Dept.
Agic., pp. 26, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE ASH-GRAY BLISTER-BEETLE.
Macrobai unicolor Kby.
For general account see Chittenden, Yearebok, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
898, pp. 249-250.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE STRIPED BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta ritt ata Fah.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. SDept.
gric., pp. 22-23, 1903.
ExmIBr: Adult.
BLACK BLISTER-BEETLE.
FpicaItfa poenutlv1tanica DeG.
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
gric., p. 25, 1903.
ExmBrr: Adult.
THE CROW BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta coroina Lec.
For brief notice see Comstock, Rpt. U. S. Comm. Agric., 1879,
I.251, 1880.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE GRAY BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta cinerea First.
For brief account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
ric., p. 24, 1903.
Exmr: Adult.






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THE SPOTTED BLISTER-BEETLE.
Epicauta maculata Say.
For general accounts see Saunders, Bul. 57, S. Dak. Agric. Expt.
Sta., p. 52, 1898; Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,
pp. 24-25, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE EGG-PLANT FLEA-BEETLE.
Epitrix fuscula Cr.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 87-89, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO SWEET POTATOES.

For general bulletin see Sanderson, Sweet Potato Insects, Bul. 59,
Md. Agric. Expt. Sta., 1900.
SWEET-POTATO ROOT-BORER.
Cylas formicarius Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult and work.
SWEET-POTATO HAWK-MOTH.
Phlegethontius cingulata Fab.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE SWEET-POTATO PLUME-MOTH.
Pterophorus monodactylus Linn.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LARGER SWEET-POTATO SAWFLY.
Schizocerus privatus Nort.
For general account see Marlatt, Insect Life, v. V, pp. 24-27, fig. 6,
1892.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
SWEET-POTATO FLEA-BEETLE.
Chxtocnema confinis Cr.
ExrIIBIT: Adult.
THE CUCUMBER FLEA-BEETLE.
Epitrix cucumeris Harr.
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 89-90, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE MOTTLED TORTOISE BEETLE.
Coptoryla signfera Hbst.
(Formerly fv. g(ttata.)
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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BLACK-LEGGED TORTOISE BEETLE.
ida nigripes Oliv.
ExBrr: Adult and work.
TWO-STRIPED TORTOISE BEETLE.
Cauida birittata Say.
EXHXIIT: Adult.
TH GREEN TORTOISE BEETLE.
Phy.nota unipuftl Say.
For brief notices see Hamilton, Canad. Ent., v. XVI, pp. 134-135,
184, and Caulfield, 1. c., p. 227.
ExHIIT: Adult.
THE ARGUS TORTOISE BEETLE.
Chelyfnrl arygu Licht.
(Also called caidea.)
Exier: Adult.


INSECTS INJ IOUS TO TOMATO.

NORTHERN TOBACCO WOR; TOMATO WORM.
Phdegethonti quinquemukta Ilaw.
(Formerly rotoprce cel.)
For general account see Howar, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.

EXHIBIT: Lara and adult.
OUTHERN TOBACCO WOR; HORNBLOWER.
Phlegethtiu sexta Joh.
(Fornmrly Protoparce carolina.)
For general accounts see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 10-14, 1900; Alwood, Bul. 17, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 7244, 1898.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.
THE STALK BORER.
Papaipema nitela Guen.
For general accounts see Bird, Can. Ent., v. XXX, pp. 127-128,1898;
Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Ent. Minn., pp. 167-168, 1899.
ExHrIT: Pupa and adult.
HE COMMELINA OWLET MOTH.
Prodenia commeline S. & A.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bull. 27, n. s.,
Div. Ent. U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 59-64, P1. IV, fig. 1, 1901.
EXHmIT: Larva and adult.






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CORN-EAR WORM; COTTON BOLLWORM.
Ieliothis obscura Fab.
(Feeds also on tobacco and tomato; see under cotton and corn
exhibits; formerly H. armiger Hibn.)
For life history and general account see Quaintance, Farmers' Bul.
191, 1904.
EXHIBIT: Larva and adult.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO ASPARAGUS.

For general article on asparagus insects see Chittenden, Bul. 10,
n. s., pp. 54-62, 1898.
THE ASPARAGUS MINER.
Agromyza simplex Loew.
For general account see Sirrine, Bul. 189, N. Y. Agric. Exp. Stat.,
pp. 277-282, 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
LOPIDEA MEDIA Say.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE LESSER LOCUST.
Melanoplus atlanis Riley.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 178-183; pl. 12, fig. 7, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 26-27, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE TWO-STRIPED LOCUST.
Melanoplus bivittatus Say.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 363-368, pl. 24, fig. 5, 1897; Riley, Bul. 25, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 31-32, 1891. -
EXHIBIr: Adult and figure.
RED-LEGGED LOCUST.
Melanoplus femur-rubrum DeG.
For bibliography and general accounts see Scudder, Proc. U. S.
N. M., v. XX, pp. 278-285, pl. 1, fig. h; pl. 19, figs. 1-4, 1897; Riley,
Bul. 25, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 27-28, 1891.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
MELANOPLUS PROPINQUUS Scudd.
For original description, see Scudder, Proc. U. S. N. M., v. XX;
pp. 285-286, pl. 18, fig. 9, 1897.
EXHIBIT: Adult.






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TWELVE-POTTED ASPARAGUS-BEETLE.
(rioceris duodecempunctata Linn.
For detailed account, see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1896, pp. 349-352, 1897.
ExHIBIT: Adult, figure, and adult of enemy, Iodiwh1t _pinos Dall.

THE ASPARAGUS BEETLE.
&ioceris asparagi Linn.
For detiled account, see Chittenden, Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
1896, pp. 341-349. For hibliogrphy and general account, see Lintner,
11th Rpt. St. Ent. N. Y., pp. 177-188, 1896.
EHIBmT: LArva, adult, figure, and enemy, Ntiretrw. ancIrao Fab.

THE TWELVE-SPOTTED CUCUMBER BEETLE.
I tIro t du Q ,u01.
For general ccounts and remedies, see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div.
Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 12-13, 1903; Quaintance, Bul. 26, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 35-40, 1900.
ExHIBIT: Adult and figure.
FALE BUD-WOM; COTTON BOLLWORX.
Hliot Qacura Fab.
(Formerly II. arm ige Hiibn. For full life-history exhibit, see
under cotton and corn.)
For life history and general account, see Quaintance, Farmers' Bul.
191, U. S. Dept. Agric., 1904.
ExmBrr: Adult.
ZEBRA CATERPILLAR.
Mamstra it Harr.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 42-48, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult, and figure.

THE PRETTY CUTWORM.
M1amestr leGiltima Grt.
For brief account see Howard, Farmers' Bul. 120, U. S. Dept. Agric.,
pp. 24-25, fig. 20, 1900.
ExIBI: Larva, adult, and figure.

CRANBERRY SPANWORM.
eora pampiaria Guen.
Fr general account see Smith, Farmers' Bul. 178, pp. 19-21, 1903.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
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THE RED-BANDED LEAF-ROLLER.
Eulia triferana Walk.
(Formerly Lophoderus.)
For brief account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Entom. Minn. p. 231,
1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, and adult.
THE SULPHUR-COLORED TORTRIX.
Epagoge sulfureana Clem.
(Formerly Dichelia.)
For brief account see Lugger, 4th Rpt. State Entom. Minn., pp.
232-233, 1899.
EXHIBIT: Pupa and adult.


INSECTS INJURIOUS TO CUCURBITS.
SQUASH-VINE BORER.
Melittia satyriniformis Hiibn.
(Formerly zEgeria cuc urbita .)
For life history and general accounts see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 34-40, 1899; Cir. 38, Div. Ent.,
U. S. Dept. Agric., 1899.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, cocoon, adult, and figure.
PICKLE WORM.
Diaphania nitidalis Cram.
(Formerly Eudioptis and Margaronia.)
For general accounts and bibliography see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 40-42, 1899; Lintner, 11th Rpt.
N. Y. St. Ent., pp. 126-133, 1896.
EXHIBIT: Pupa, cocoon, adult, and figure.

MELON CATERPILLAR.
Diaphania hyalinata Linn.
For general accounts and bibliography see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 42-44, 1899; Lintner, 11th Rpt.
N. Y. St. Ent., pp. 134-138,1896. (Formerly Eudioptis and MJararw(r ia.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and figure.

NORTHERN LEAF-FOOTED PLANT-BUG.
Leptoglossus oppositus Say.
For life history and general account see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 18-25, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Nymph, adult, and figure.








STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE.
Dih1troftca rillaa Fah.
For general accounts see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 4-51, 1899; Cir. 31, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.,

EXIrIT: kAdult, work, and figure.

TWELVE-SPOTTED CUCUMBER BEETLE.
itrotfi durolrel i purnel tt Oliv.
For general articles see Chittenden, Bul. 43, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., pp. 12-13, 1903; Quaintance, Bul. 26, n. s., pp. 35-40, 1900.
ExmBIT: Adult.
THE CUCUMBER FLEA-BEETLE.
.pitrix cr'te n ris Iiarr.
For short account see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric. pp. -s9-9, 18.9.
ExmrT: Adult and figure.
THE PUNCTURED FLEA-BEETLE.
I /it rk11111 rs lot/ lrt~a Miel )Ik.
For brief account see Forbes and Hart, 21st Rpt. St. Ent. Ill., p.
124. 1900.
EXHIBIT: Adult.
THE HORNED SQUASH-BUG.
A.nitat atrm irea SaY.
For general accounts see Chittnden Can. Ent. v. XXX pp. 23-240,
1898; Bul. 19, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric.. pp. 2s-34, 1899.
ExHIBrr: Eggs, nymph, adult, and figure.

THE COMMON SQUASH-BUG.
A jn a tristie De G.
For general accounts see Chittenden, Cir. 39, Div. Ent., U. S. Dept.
Agric., 1899; Bul. 19, n. s., pp. 20-28, 1899.
ExHIBIT: Eggs, nymph, adult, and figure.

THE SQUASH LADYBIRD.
Spilachn ralis Fab.
For bibliography and life history see Chittenden, Bul. 19, n. s.,
Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 11-20, 1899.
ExiBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, and work.






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INSECTS INJURIOUS TO OTHER VEGETABLE PRODUCTS.

INJURING CARROT, CELERY, PARSLEY, AND PARSNIP.
THE CELERY LOOPER.
Plusia simplex Guert.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 73-74, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE GREENHOUSE LEAF-TYER.
Phlyctaenia ferrugalis Hiibn.
For detailed account (under P. rubiigalis Guen.) see Chittenden, Bul.
27, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., pp. 7-26, 1901.
EXHIBIT: Larva, cocoon, adult, and figure.

THE CELERY CATERPILLAR.
Papilio polyxenes Fab.
(Formerly P. asterias..)
For general account see Davis, Bul. 102, Mich. Agric. Expt. Sta.,
pp. 21-24, 1893.
EXHIBIT: Larva, adult and chrysalis.
THE CARROT RUST-FLY.
Psila rosx Fab.
For general article see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 26-32, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE CARROT BEETLE.
Ligyrus gibbosus DeG.
For general account see Chittenden, Bul. 33, n. s., Div. Ent., U. S.
Dept. Agric., pp. 32-37, 1902.
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.
THE PARSNIP WEBWORM.
Depressaria heracliana DeG.
For general accounts see Riley, Insect Life, v. I, pp. 94-98, 1888;
Southwick, Insect Life, v. V, pp. 106-109, 1892.
EXHIBIT: Larva, pupa, adult, work, and figure.

THE PARSNIP LEAF-MINER.
A cidia fratria Loew.
(Formerly Try/peta.)
For short account see Coquillett Insect Life, v. VII, pp. 383-384,
IBIT dult 1895.nd igure
EXHIBIT: Adult and figure.