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SrrEnt. & P. Q. Issued May 1939

United States Department of Agriculture
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


LIST OF INTERCEPTED PLANT PESTS, 1937
S (List of Pests Recorded During the Period July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937, In.
elusive, as Intercepted in, on, or with Plants and Plant Products Entering
United States Territory.)
INTRODUCTION
The period covered by this report represents the twenty-fourth year for which
lists of intercepted plant pests have been issued. While the earlier reports gave
the details regarding practically all organisms found on the plant material in-
spected, the present paper omits many organisms entirely and summarizes the
interceptions of many common or incompletely determined pests in short para-
graphs, hence the detailed table contains only a fraction of the total findings.
This report is based on interceptions for which determinations were received
and indexed during the fiscal year. Determinations for collections made late in
the year are often received after the close of the year and are included with those
of the following year. The summarized records cover pests intercepted in, on,
or with plants and plant products (1) imported, (2) offered for but refused entry,
(3) held as ships' stores, etc., and hence not imported through customs, (4) offered
(or entry for immediate export or for immediate transportation and exportation in
bond, and (5) in domestic shipments reaching the mainland from Hawaii and
Puerto Rico.
A cross-indexed file covering the more important and interesting interceptions
is maintained in Washington and serves as the basis for this list. State and
customs officials collaborate with the Bureau and supplement routine reports of
regular employees. Determinations of some of the commoner pests are made by in-
spectors familiar with them, but most of the insects are determined by specialists of
the Bureau and most of the more difficult determinations of plant diseases are made
or verified -by specialists of the Bureau of Plant Industry. Staffs of specialists
maintained by the States of California and Florida and the Territory of Hawaii
make a large part of the determinations for interceptions at their ports.
Statements as to the origin of plant materials inspected cannot be verified in
some oases, but every effort is made to determine the origin as accurately as
possible. Items that are obviously doubtful are not listed from any country.
In this connection it may be noted that where holds and storage chambers are not
thoroughly cleaned at frequent intervals, pests able to propagate under such
conditions may be found attacking products of countries in which the pests do
not occur.
NOTES ON INSECTS INTERCEPTED
FRUITFLIES
The following fruitflies were intercepted: Anastrepha grandis in pumpkin
from Argentina I and (adult) with banana debris from Panama; Mexican fruitfly
(A. ludens) in orange and sapodilla from Guatemala, mango from Honduras,
and avocado, cherimoya, grapefruit, guava, mamey, mango, orange, peach, pear,
pomegranate, quince, sour orange, sweet lime, tangerine, and white sapote from
Mexico; A. mombinpraeoptans in Malayapple from Dominican Republic, mango
from Haiti, and guava, mango, and orange from Puerto Rico; A. silvai (adult)
with banana debris from Panama; A. striata in guava from Mexico; A. suspense
in guava from Dominican Republic; Anastrepha sp. in mango from Bahamas,
Costa Rica, Cuba, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Trinidad,
loquat from Bermuda, grapefruit and orange from Brazil, star-apple from Co-
lombia, orange from Guatemala, rose apple and star-apple from Honduras,
apple, grapefruit, guava, mamey, orange, peach, pear, sapodilla, sapote, and
sweet lime from Mexico, guava from Puerto Rico, and Lucuma obovata from the
I For details of interceptions mentioned in the text see lists under the countries named.
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west coast of South America; Mediterranean fruitfly (Ceratitis capitata) in guava
and sorbe apple from Azores, ]oquat from Bermuida, grapefruit and orange from
Brazil, pear from Germany, pear and quince from Greece, coffee and mango
from Hawaii, orange, persimmon, tangerine, and on paper packing in crate of
tangerines from Italy, (puparia) on paper wrapping around apples from Malta,
grapefruit from Palestine, grape, orange, and (puparium) on paper wrapping
around orange from Spain; melon fly (Dacus cucurbitae) in string bean, wax bean,
and (puparia) on sphagnum moss packing with soil around palm trees from
Hawaii; olive fruitfly (D. oleae) (adults, larvae, and puparia) among fresh olives
from France and Italy; celery fly (Philophylla heraclei) in celery and parsley
from England and celery from Italy; Rhagoletis sp. in Crataegus sp., Prunus
capollin, and walnut from Mexico; papaya fruitfly (Toxotrypana curvicauda) in
papaya from Bahamas; trypetid (puparia) on parsley from England, in globe
artichoke from Italy, and in orange and (puparia) with Compositae from Mexico.
INSECTS OTHER THAN FRUITFLIES
Larvae and pupae of Agromyza pinguis (Agromyzidae) were intercepted in
witloof leaves from Belgium. The citrus blackfly (Aleurocanthus woglumi) was
taken on leaves of orange and sour lime from Bahamas, sour lime from Cuba,
and sweet lime from Jamaica. Aleurolobus marlatti (whitefly) was intercepted
on leaves of Citrus sp. from Italy, orange and tangerine from Japan, and orange
from Mexico. Anaphothrips obscurus was intercepted on parsley from France.
Vetch from Belgium, France, Poland, and Scotland was infested with Apion
pomonae (Curculionidae). Aspidiotus degeneratus (Coccidae) was taken on
camellia from Japan. Larvae of Baris lepidii (Curculionidae) were intercepted
in horseradish roots from Czechoslovakia and Poland. Bruchidius histrio
(Bruchidae) was intercepted with seed of Lupinus sp. from Turkey. Adults of
Bruchus emarginatus arrived in peas from India. The turnip gall weevil (Ceuto-
rhynchus pleurostigma) was taken in rutabaga from Germany, Netherlands,
Scotland, and Sweden and turnip from Denmark, England, France, Germany,
Netherlands, Poland, and Scotland. The Asiatic rice borer (Chilo simplex)
arrived with rice straw from China and Japan, Rhapis humilis from China, and
packing material for flowering cherry tree from Japan. Cholus cattleyarum
(Curculionidae) was found in a pseudobulb of an orchid from Mexico. Chrysom-
phalus inopinatus (Coccidae) was intercepted on apple stem from Syria. An
adult of the banana root borer (Cosmopolites sordidus) arrived with banana
debris from Panama. Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (whitefly) was intercepted on
Cape-jasmine from Hawaii. Dicaiothrips angusticeps arrived with pineapples
from Cuba and Mexico. Potatoes from Mexico were infested with the potato
weevil (Epicaerus cognatus).
The West Indian sweetpotato weevil (Euscepes batatae) was intercepted in sweet-
potato from Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and St. Vincent. Exosoma
lusitanica (Chrysomelidae) was taken in cipollini from Morocco. Formosaspis
formosanus (Coccidae) was intercepted on dry bamboo leaves from China. Frank-
liniella formosae (thrips) was found on Chinese cabbage from Japan. A larva of
Gymnandrosoma aurantianum (Olethreutidae) was intercepted in an orange from
Brazil. The turnip mud beetle (Helophorus rugosus) arrived with radish from
England and turnip from France. Hercinothrips pattersoni was found on Aloe
grandidentata from Union of South Africa. Laspeyresia splendana (Olethreutidae)
was intercepted in chestnuts from Azores, Greece, Italy, Japan, Portugal, and
Switzerland and in acorn from Portugal. Lepidosaphes halli (Coccidae) was
found on an apricot tree from Syria. Leptoglossus chilensis (Coreidae) was taken
on grapes from Chile. The bean pod borer (Maruca testulalis) was intercepted in
string beans from Brazil, Hawaii, Java, Mexico, and Puerto Rico, lima beans and
string beans from Cuba, beans from Japan, and on leis from Hawaii. Megastigmus
aculeatus (Callimomidae) infested rose seed from France, and M. cryptomeriae was
found in seed of Cryptomeria japonica from Japan. MAlicrelus ericae (Curculioni-
dae) infested heather from Germany and Scotland. Larvae and pupae of Mor-
dellistena cattleyana (Mordellidae) were taken in Cattleya sp. from Brazil.
Napomyza lateralis (Agromyzidae) was intercepted in witloof leaves from Belgium.
Orthotylus ericetorum (Miridae) was found on heather from Scotland. Adults of
Pachymerus olearius (Bruchidae) were taken in seed of Attalea excelsa from Brazil.
The yam weevil (Palaeopus costicollis) was intercepted in a sweetpotato from
British Guiana and yams from Jamaica. The pink bollworm (Pectinophora
gossypiella) was intercepted in cotton bolls from Bahamas, Cuba, and Mexico,
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Brazil, Mexico, and Turkey, cottonseed adhering to old bagging and rags, raw
cotton packing, and cushion of saddle filled with raw cotton from Egypt, sunset
hibiscus seed from Brazil, and okra pods from the Virgin Islands. Platythrips
tinicatus Was intercepted on heather from Scotland. The Philippine orange moth
(Prays citri) infested sour limes from the Philippines. Psyllia peregrina
(Chermidae) was taken on hawthorn from England. Psylliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae) arrived with cabbage and turnip from Denmark, turnip from
England, France, India, and Spain, rutabaga and turnip from Germany, cauli-
flower and white-sprouting broccoli from Italy, and cabbage and cauliflower from
Scotland. Cottonseed from Colombia and Panama were infested with the South
American bollworm (Sacadodes pyralis). Sericothrips staphylinus was inter-
cepted on a violet leaf from England. The durra stem borer (Sesamia cretica)
was intercepted in broomcorn from Italy and Morocco and sugarcane from Madeira
Islands. Larvae of the avocado seed moth (Stenoma catenifer) were intercepted
in avocado seed from British Honduras, Honduras, and Mexico and avocado from
Mexico. A larva of Talponia batesi (Olethreutidae) was taken in a cherimoya
fruit from Mexico. Vesiculaphis caricis (aphid) was intercepted on azalea from
Japan.
NOTES ON PLANT DISEASES INTERCEPTED
SPECIES NEW TO THE INTERCEPTION FILES
Plant disease interceptions during the year included the usual number of
organisms new to our interception files. Albugo bliti (Biv.) 0. Kuntze was found
on Amaranthus from Cuba; Ascochyta conorum P. Henn. on spruce cones from
Germany and Norway; A. lycopersici Brun. on eggplant from Italy and on
tomatoes from Canary Islands and French Morocco; Botrytis elliptica (Berk.)
Cke. on lily bulbs from Japan; Cercospora bloxami Berk. and Br. on turnip from
Colombia; C. nicotianae E. and E. on tobacco from Cuba, Haiti, and Philippines;
C. petroselini Sacc. on parsley from Morocco; Claviceps tripsaci Stevens and Hall
on Tripsacum sp. from Mexico; Collelolrichum erumpens Sacc. on rhubarb petioles
from Sweden: C. spinaciae E. and H. on spinach from Belgium; Cylindrosporium
chrysanthemi Ell. and Dearn. on chrysanthemum from Mexico; Diplodia juglandis
Fries on walnut from Poland: Diplodiella goetheana Trav. on palm from Italy;
Fusicladium depressum var. petroselini Sacc. on parsley from Poland; Gloeosporium
apiosporium Sacc. on bearberry leaf from Italy; G. intermedium var. epidendri
Sacc. on orchid from Dominican Republic; G. legumninum Cke. on Prosopis from
Mexico; Helminthosporium curvulum Sacc. on pepper from Cuba; Hemileia
oncidii Griff, and Maubl. on orchids from Brazil and England: Hendersonia
grossulariae Oud. on gooseberry from Norway; Leptosphaeria culmicola (Fr.)
Karst. on wheat straw from France; L. tritici (S. Gorovaglio) Pass. on wheat
leaves from Italy; Melampsora pinitorqua Rostr. on mugho pine from Germany;
Microdiplodia diervillei C. E. Fairman on Diervilla from France; Mycosphaerella
lythracearum Wolf. on pomegranate from Mexico; M. shiraiana Miy. on rice
hulls from Japan; Nectria binoliana Sacc. on orchid from Venezuela; Peronospora
valerianellae Fckl. on Valerianella from France; Pestalozzia batatae E. and E. on
sweetpotato from Japan; Phaeochora neowashingtonianae (Shear) Theiss and Syd.
on palm from Mexico; Phoma echinopsidis Speg. on Echinopsis from Argentina;
Phomopsis capsici (Magn.) Sacc. on pepper from Cuba and Mexico; Phragmi-
dium disciflorum (Tode) James on rose from Hungary; Phyllosticta grandimaculans
Bub. and Krieg. on strawberry from Norway; P. japonica Miy. on paddy rice
from China; P. laeliae Keissler on orchid from Mexico; P. stanhopeae All. on
orchid from Guatemala; Physalospora orchidearum P. Henn. on orchid from
Dominican Republic; Pleospora neolttiae Hollos on orchids from Guatemala and
Mexico; Puccinia absinthii DC. on tarragon from England and on wormwood
from France; P. boutelouae (Jennings) Holw. on grass from Mexico; P. chloridi.s
Speg. on fingergrass from Mexico; P. mayorii Ed. Fischer on Sideritis from
Greece; P. versicolor Diet. and Holw. on grasses from Mexico; Sclerotinia laxa
(Ehrenb.) Aderh. and Ruhl. on apples from Germany, Ireland, Italy, and Poland,
on cherry from Portugal, on plum from France, and on pear from Germany;
Septoria anthrisci Pass. and Brun. on Anthriscus from Italy; S. primulae Bucli.
on primrose from England; Stagonospora macrospora (Dur. and M.) Sacc. on
agave from Italy; Uredo ignava Arthur on bamboo leaf from Tobago; U. rochi e
Putt. on Myrciaria from Brazil; Uromrnyces chloridis Doidge on grass packing fromit
South Africa; and Ustilago esculenta P. Henn., an edible smut, on Zizania froni
Japan.


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NEW SPECIES AND NEW, UNUSUAL, OR OTHERWISE INTERESTING RECORDS
A number of interceptions, were of particular interest because they were unlike
described species or unlike species known to occur on the host or because the
record was unusual for some reason. Among these interceptions were the fol-
lowing: Ascochyta sp. associated with Cercospora petroselini Sacc. on parsley from
Morocco and a later interception of what may be the same species on parsley from
Germany; citrus canker, Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge, was intercepted on
citrus from Ceylon, China, Dutch East Indies, Japan, and Straits Settlements,
the hosts including lemon for the first time in our interception records; Botrytis
allii M. T. Munn was intercepted from the Tropics for the first time on onions
from Straits Settlements; Camarosporium sp., no species reported on orchids, was
found on Oncidium sp. from Honduras; Cephalosporium pammelii var. purpuras-
cens Buchanan was again intercepted on apples from Japan; a black rot of carrot
intercepted from Belgium, England, France, and Germany had, in several cases,
numerous fruiting bodies of a fungus tentatively determined as Ceratostomella
fimbriata (E. and H.) Ell.; Cercospora sp., probably a new species, was found on
Tradescantia from Mexico; Cercospora sp., no species found reported on the host,
was intercepted on Cordia from Mexico; Colletotrichumn agaves Cav. on agave from
Mexico; Colletotrichum sp., near C. lujae Verpl. and Claess. but perhaps a new
species, was found on orchid from Dominican Republic; Colletotrichum sp., unlike
species reported on host, was found on Oncidium from Mexico; Coniosporium sp.,
unlike species reported on bamboo, was found on a bamboo stake in plants from
Canada; Coniothyrium sp., unlike either species reported on orchids, was inter-
cepted on Oncidium from Honduras; Didymella sp., unlike species reported on rose,
found on manetti rose stocks from Netherlands; Elsinoe australis Bitancourt and
Jenkins was intercepted on shipments of lemons from Paraguay; Gloeosporium
affini Sacc. was intercepted on orchids from Costa Rica and Venezuela; G. oncidii
Oud. was found on orchids from Costa Rica; an unusual Gloeosporium, not deter-
minable, was found on peppers from Cuba; Heterosporium allii Ellis and Mart. was
intercepted on onion for the first time, material being from Chile and France;
Kabatie~la sp. was isolated from a rot of apple from Australia: Mollisia sp., no
species reported on orchids, was found on orchids from Guatemala; a fungus found
infecting spruce cones from Germany did not fit the description of any named
species of Myxosporium or Gloeosporium; Ophiobolus sp., no species reported on
orchids, was found on a shipment of Cattleya mossiae from Venezuela; Papulospora
parasitica (Eid.) Harz was intercepted on tulips from Netherlands; Pestalozzia
spp., unlike any species reported on orchids, were found on orchids from Guate-
mala and on Cymbidium from Japan; an undetermined species of Phoma, appar-
ently new, was found on Hoodia and Raveresia from South Africa; Phomopsis
spp., unlike species reported on the hosts, were intercepted on orchids from
Guatemala, on Cymbidium from India, and on pods of Myroxylon from Trinidad;
Phyllosticta sp. was intercepted on Arachis glabrata from Brazil, no such fungus
seems to have been reported on Arachis; Phyllosticta sp., unlike any species report-
ed on rice, was found on rice straw from Ceylon; a rust on bamboo from China was
determined as Puccinia mitriformis Kusano but did not fit the description; Rhizoc-
tonia bataticola (Taub.) Butler, formerly listed as Sclerotium bataticola Taub., con-
tinued to be intercepted on melons from Argentina and Chile; undetermined mi-
nute black sclerotia were found in horseradish root from Germany; undetermined
minute black sclerotia were plentiful in morning-glory roots from Japan; diseased
passion fruit from Madeira Islands had fruiting bodies and spores resembling
those of Septoria fructigena B. and C. but was not definitely determinable; Spha-
celoma perseae Jenkins was intercepted on avocados from Colombia; Uredo sp.,
apparently an undescribed species, was intercepted on Oncidium from Mexico;
Uromyces betae (Pers.) Lev. was intercepted on beet leaves from Chile, indicating
that this rust occurs in South America ; Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis (Schw.)
Curt. was intercepted on leaves in shipments of lespedeza seed from Japan, and
the fact that the Asiatic and American rusts under this name do not appear to
infect each other's hosts makes it desirable to prevent entry of the Asiatic form;
Volutella sp., apparently an undescribed species, was intercepted on sour oranges
from Japan.
Unsuccessful efforts were made to isolate an organism from an apparently sterile
spotting more or less prevalent on Mexican citrus fruits. If the disease spreads
as alleged by some it may be virus trouble.
The flowers of plants of Saccharum spontaneum grown from imported seed col-
lected in Turkestan were found to contain a new species of seed-infesting nema
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NEMATODE INTERCEPTIONS
Nematode interceptions made during the year included Anguina (Anguillulina)
ritici (Steinbuch) Filipjev in wheat seed from China and India; Aphelenchoides
parielinus Bastian in various hosts from Bermuda, Chile, China, England, Fin-
land, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, and Yugoslavia; Aphelenchus avenae Bastian
on various hosts from England, Germany, Netherlands, and Norway; Cephalobus
op. (probably new) in yam from Grenada; Ditylenchus !(Anguillulina) dipsaci
(Kuhn) Filipjev in various hosts from Belgium, Denmark, England, France,
Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, and Sweden; D. intermedius (deMan) Filipjev
on alfalfa from Turkey; Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey was intercepted on
hosts new to the interception files, including Aloe verecunda, Drimnia haworthioides,
and Plerodiscus luridus from South Africa, Epimrnediumn sulphureum, Vinca minor,
and V. minor alba from Netherlands, Primula reinii from Japan and Sinningia
speciosa from England; Paraphelenchus pseudoparietinus Micol. in narcissus bulbs
from Netherlands; Pratylenchus (Anguillulina) pratensis (deMan) Filipjev in
various hosts from Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Germany, Grenada, Italy,
Jamaica, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, and St. Vincent; Rotylenchus (Hoplolaimus)
bradys (Steiner and LeHew) Filipjev in yams from Cuba (new locality record)
and Jamaica.
AIRCRAFT INTERCEPTIONS
One thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine interceptions of insects were made.
Among these were the following: Acroleucus tullus (Lygaeidae) on camellia from
Mexico; Amorbia emigratella (Tortricidae) on Cape-jasmine from Mexico; Anapho-
thrips orchidaceus on orchid from Mexico; Mexican fruitfly (Anastrepha ludens) in
orange from Mexico; Aspidiotus palmae and A. persearum on camellia from
Mexico; A. spinosus on mamey from Cuba and camellia from Mexico; Chrysom-
phalus personatus on camellia and rose cutting from Mexico: Coccus viridis on
Cape-jasmine from Cuba and coffee from Jamaica; Frankliniella cephalica (thrips)
on rose from Colombia; F. cephalica melanommata on a bouquet from Jamaica;
F. cubensis on rose from Cuba; F. fortissimo on gladiolus from Mexico; Isochaelo-
thrips reticulalus on camellia from Mexico; Limothrips denticornis on rose from
Germany; Macrosiphum luteum (aphid) on orchid from Mexico; red-banded
thrips (Selenothrips rubrocinctus) on rose from Cuba; Taeniothrips atratus on
gladiolus from Germany; T. ericae on rose from Germany; T. hawuaiiensis on
Arabian jasmine (flower leis), Mexican frangipani, and ginger leiss) from Hawaii;
and gladiolus thrips (Taeniothrips simplex) on gladiolus from Mexico.
Fifty-three plant disease interceptions were made on aircraft material during
the year. Alternaria herculea on Brassica oleracea, Capnodium sp. and Cephaleuros
virescens on Camellia japonica, Diplocarpon rosae on Rosa sp., Heterosporium
echinulatum on Dianthus sp., Mlacrosporium sp., Meliola sp., Septobasidium sp.
(2), and Stilbum sp. (33) on Gardenia florida, all from Mexico; Cercospora sp. on
Dianthus sp. from Guatemala; Colletotrichum gloeosporioides on Citrus sinensis
from Haiti; Colletotrichum sp. on Epidendrum sp. from Paraguay; Diplodia sp. on
Aleurites triloba from Bahamas; Phomopsis citri on Citrus aurantium, Phomopsis
Bp. on Jasminum sambac, Septobasidium sp. on Citrus sinensis, and Sphaceloma
fawoceltii on Citrus aurantium from Cuba; Phyllosticta sp. on Arachis glabrata from
Brazil; Septobasidium sp. on Citrus sinensis from Jamaica: Sphaerotheca pannosa
on Rosa sp. from Germany.
In addition to the plant-disease interceptions there were eight collections of
entomogenous fungi sent in on material from aircraft including Myriangium
duriaei on Lepidosaphes beckii on orange from Jamaica and Parlatoria pergandii
on orange from Brazil; Neclria diploa on Ischnaspis longirostris on coffee from
Trinidad and on Lepidosaphes beckii on oranges from Cuba and Honduras;
Sphaerostilbe sp. on unknown host on Gardenia florida (2) and camellia from
Mexico.
That there is a diversity of material, pests, and sources of origin in the airplane-
interceptions records is shown by the fact that insects or diseases or both were
found in, on, or with hosts belonging to 83 genera, that insects taken during air-
plane inspections belonged to 325 genera and pathogens to 16 genera, and that
the 22 countries of origin included countries in Europe, North America, South
America, Central America, and Asia, as well as scattered islands in the Atlantic
and Pacific Oceans.


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COMMON PESTS INTERCEPTED
The following summaries of common insects and plant diseases may include
forms or strains not yet introduced and hence potentially dangerous, but we have
no practicable means for determining that point. The two sets of figures in
parentheses following each pest name indicate the number of countries from
which the pest was intercepted and the total number of interceptions.
INSECTS
Acanthoscelides obtectus (11-219), Ahasverus advena (35-170), Aphis gossypii
(17-257), A. rumicis (15-72), Araecerus fasciculatus (24-63), Aspidiotus camellias
(15-55), A. cyanophylli (16-66), A. hederae (37-1,012), A. lataniae (36-252), A.
perniciosus (5-21), Aulacaspis pentagon (18-49), A. rose (8-10), Brevicorne
brassicae (23-240), Carpocapsa pomonella (16-96), Cathartus quadricollis (8-249),
Cavariella capreae (11-68), Cerataphis lataniae (15-60), Ceroplastes floridensis
(5-27), Chionaspis cilri (10-48), C. euonymi (4-18), Chrysomphalus aonidum
(42-3,230), C. aurantii (37-666), C. dictyospermi (32-1,137), Coccus elongatus
(3-27), C. hesperidum (27-261), Diaspis boisduvalii (23-143), D. bromneliae (7-126),
D. echinocacti (15-68), D. echinocacti opuntiae (8-23), Ephestia cautella (22-179),
Gnorimoschema operculella (31-193), Heliothis obsoleta (12-3,274), H. virescena
(4-393), Heliolhrips haemorrhoidalis (11-37), Hemichionaspis aspidistrae (17-142),
H. minor (18-253), Howardia biclavis (12-176), Ischnaspis longiroslris (16-65),
Lasioderma serricorne (22-65), Lepidosaphes beckii (80-6,477), L. gloverii (31-974),
L. ulmi (12-46), Macrosyphum solanifolii (18-276), Myzus persicae (24-507),
Necrobia rufipes (17-35), Oryzaephilus surinamensis (26-178), Parlatoria pergandii
(40-2,492), P. proteus (14-53), Plodia interpunctella (22-373), Pseudaonidia
articulatus (35-847), Pseudococcus adonidum (16-37), P. brevipes (23-1,010), P.
citri (35-273), P. maritimus (24-91), P. nipae (11-37), Rhizoglyphus hyacinthi
(12-50), Rhizopertha dominica (8-171), Rhopalosiphum psevdobrassicae (8-94),
Saissetia hemisphaerica (28-285), S. nigra (9-49), S. oleae (22-100), Sitodrepa
panicea (8-25), Sitophilus granarius (8-73), S. oryzae (31-1,251), Sitotroga
cerealella (13-290), Tenebroides mauritanicus (17-169), Thrips tabaci (27-410),
Tribolium castaneum (33-472), T. confusum (7-50), Typhaea stercorea (20-151):
Total of these insect interceptions, 30,856.
DISEASES
Aclinomyces scabies (57-863), Albugo candida (9-159), Alternaria brassicae
(12-46), A. herculea (19-64), A. radicina (6-13), A. solani (2-101), Aspergillus
niger (49-292), Bacillus carolovorus (35-113), Bacterium campestre (3-3), B.
maculicola (16-74), B. marginalum (11-48), B. phaseoli (1-3), B. pisi (1-2),
B. tumefaciens (6-70), B. vesicatorium (4-1,492), Basisporium gallarum (7-18),
Botrytis cinerea (29-239), B. tulipae (2-7), Bremia laciucae (5-50), Capnodium
c'iri (16-43), Cephalolhecium roseum (20-125), Ceratostomella adiposum (4-71),
C. paradoxa (20-307), Cercospora apii (2-4), C. beticola (3-14), C. capsici (3-378),
C. neriella (1-10), C. rosicola (2-26), Cladosporium carpophilum (3-5), C. cucumeri-
num (3-4), C. fulvum (6-49), C. herbarum (7-93), Claviceps purpurea (2-4),
Colletotrichum circinans (11-40), C. gloeosporioides (35-1,416), C. lagenarium
(9-32), C. lindemuthianum (14-30), C. phomoides (3-6), C. pisi (3-6), Coniothyrium
fuckelii (7-16), Corticum vagum (56-880), Diaporthe phaseolorum (3-81), Diplo-
carpon rosae (6-12), Diplodia natalensis (32-85), D. tubericola (14-19), D. zeae
(5-36), Elsinoe fawcetti (18-88), Erysiphe graminis (4-31), Fusarium moniliforme
(3-57), Gibberella saubinelti (1-5), Gloeosporiumn limetticolum (13-258), G. musarum
(5-7), Glomerella cingulata (20-46), Graphiola phoenicis (2-16), Helminthosporium
allii (10-83), H. oryzae (3-6), H. sativum (5-33), Heterodera marioni (20-87),
Heterosporium allii (5-5), Leptothyrium pomi (8-12), Mfacrosporium tomato
(4-53), Melanconium sacchari (15-29), Mlycosphaerella brassicicola (10-91), M.
pinodes (10-12), Oospora citri aurantii (7-12), 0. lactis parasitica (10-24), 0.
pustulans (6-11), Penicillium digitatum (33-181), P. expansum (16-73), P.
gladioli (4-10), P. glazcum (5-5), P. italicum (31-179), Peronospora parasitica
(9-50), Pestalozzia gqepini (5-8), Phoma betae (3-4), P. destrvctiva (17-1,059),
P. lingam (5-7), Phomopsis citri (37-280), P. vexans (6-261), Phytophthora
infestans (29-480), Puccinia antirrhini (2-6), P. chrysanthemi (4-22), P. coronata
(5-6), P. exiensicola hieraciata (1-1), P. glumarum (3-8), P. graminis (19-98),
P. malvacearum (3-14), P. hieracii (4-12), P. menthae (5-20), P. porri (8-33),
P. rubigo-vera (17-69), P. sorghi (4-8), Rhizopus nigricans (36-408), Sclerotinia






June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1

sclerotiorum (38-262), S. gladioli (5-22), Sclerotium oryzae (18-115), S. rolfsii
(9-45), Septoria apii (19-100), S. petroselini (15-54), Sphaceloma perseae (5-174),
Sphaecelotheca sorghi (5-18), Sphaerotheca pannosa (2-4), Spondylocladium
atrovirens (60-1,791), Spongospora subterranea (19-116), Stilbum incarnatum
-I-13), Stysanus stemonites (11-17), Tilletia foetans (3-5), T. laevis (4-34), T.
tritici (3-7), Uromyces appendiculatus (7-9), U. caryophyllinus (4-8), Ustilago
hordei (2-6), U. tritici (4-5), U. zeae (2-20), Venturia inaequalis (36-357), V.
pyrina (12-72), Verticillium cinnabarina (36-243): Total of these disease inter-
ceptions, 15,214.

INCOMPLETELY DETERMINED PESTS
INSECTS
In addition to the common pests determined to genus and species and the more
important interceptions listed in the detailed table there are thousands of pests
intercepted which cannot be determined to species. Many of these belong to
groups containing species of considerable economic importance and may be
potentially more dangerous than most of the pests in the detailed table. Since
their status is unknown and cannot be determined we cannot well do more than
to call attention to them briefly in an effort to give as comprehensive a view of
the interception records as is practicable.
Of the insect pests intercepted a total of 3,024 could be determined to family,
subfamily, or tribe only. A total of 7,228 other lots of insect pests, determined
to genus only, were distributed among 1,004 genera. The largest number of
interceptions included under any one of these 1,004 genera is 434 under Parlatoria.
For some genera there was a single interception. Under Ceutorhynchus sp. there
are records of 159 interceptions from a total of 17 countries and associated with
14 different hosts. Under Pseudococcus sp. there are records of 178 interceptions
from a total of 40 countries in practically all parts of the world and on a total of
63 hosts. Total of these insect interceptions, 10,252.

DISEASES

Partially determined plant pathogens belonged to 106 genera and totaled 7,429.
For approximately 40 of these genera there was a single interception each, while
there were 3,365 interceptions of Fusarium sp. and 25 or more interceptions for
each of more than 20 other genera. A brief analysis of the data for two of these
genera showed that Gloeosporium sp. was intercepted 217 times on 48 different
host genera and from 37 countries, including every continent, and that Sclerotium
sp. was intercepted 67 times on 28 host genera and from 20 countries. Total of
these disease interceptions, 7,429.
The figures presented give an indication of the diversity of the interceptions
included in the undetermined groups of both insects and diseases.

Summary of interceptions by continents and subdivisions

Country Insects Diseases Country Insects Diseases

Africa- Number Number Asia-Continued. Number Number
Africa..-----.------.----.------ 1 0 Syria.---------------- ---- 4 0
Algeria ------------------- 3 9 Taiwan-..--.---.-------------- 2 0
Angola...--------....--..----------....... 3 0 Turkey. ------------------- 48 7
Canary Islands------------- 2 2 Australasia (including Pacific
Egypt---.--..--------------......-....... 41 0 Islands):
Kenya.-.------------- ------ 1 0 American Samoa..----------- 2 0
Liberia -------------------- 1 0 Australia ------.- ---------- 2 2
Madeira Islands ------------ 2 1 Ceylon.-------------------- 1 3
Moroco ------------------ 7 2 Dutch Eart Indies----------.... 5 S
Nyasaland ----------------- 1 0 Fiji Islands---------------- 1 0
Tan anyika. --------------- 1 0 Hawaii --------------------- 251 S
Tunis --------------------- 5 0 Java. --------------------- 10 0
Union of South Africa.---.- 74 38 New Zealand --------- .
West Africa ------- --- 1 0 Philippines --....- -------. 27 3
Asia- Pitcairn Island.-------------. 1 0
China --------------------40 16 Sumatra-.--------------- 1 0
French Indo-China--.----.-- 1 0 Tahiti-------------------- 2 0
India--.---_---------------- 51 8 Europe:
Japan..--------------------........... 219 96 Austria ------------------- 8 0
Palestine. --------- 4 1 Azores--------..----------- 12 2
Siam ----------------------2 0 Belgium --..--..-------------- 254 15
Straits Settlements--------- 17 3 Czechoslovakia---.---------- 11 1







BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


Summary of interceptions by continents and subdivisions-Continued

Country Insects Diseases Country Insects Diseases


Europe-Continued.
Denmark-----.---------
England --------------
Estonia ---------------
Finland--- -------
France...............------------------
Germany------------------.
Greece--------------------
Hungary-----------------
Ireland-.-------------------
Isle of Man-.-----------
Italy...--------... -------
Malta.--------................-----------
Netherlands--...--.-----
Norway---------------
Poland-------------------
Portugal-----------------.-
Rumania------------------
Scotland..............------------------
Spain----------------................----
Sweden----------------- -
Switzerland.---------------
Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics..-------.........--
Yugoslavia.----------
North America:
Bermuda-------------------
Canada----------------.
Nova Scotia--------...
Central America:
Britit h Honduras ---.-
Canal Zone--.........---------
Costa Rica...--------.
Guatemala-----------
Honduras-----------
Nicaragua.--..------
Panama-- -------
Mexico-----.----------
Newfoundland------------
West Indies..------------.-
American Virgin Islands
Antigua.--. -------
Bahamas.----------
Barbados------------
British West Indies. ---
Cayman Islands----.....-
Cuba-----------------


Number
10
122
1
1
82
67
9
75
11
2
119
1
88
5
9
9
0
423
27
21
7
1
1

12
2
0

5
12
19
81
45
5
66
4,364
19
2
2
7
22
22
4
1
374


Number
2
45
0
2
27
116
9
1
7
0
52
0
108
7
4
2
1
1
4
5
0
1
4
7
3
2

0
0
6
3
0
0
0
83
2
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
596


North America-Continued.
West Indies-Continued.
Dominica -------
Dominican Republic. --
Grenada-----.. --
Haiti-------. -. .. .. .
Jamaica--------
Montserrat ------
Nevis -- --------
Puerto Rico -------
St. Kitts.........--
St. Lucia-----..----.-..
St. Vincent..--- -
Tobago ------------.
Trinidad --- -
Virgin Islands.....
South America:
Argentina-.----------
Brazil-----------------
British Guiana.--------
Chile-------------------
Colombia------------------
Dutch Guiana .----------
Ecuador -------------
Paraguay ----------
Peru -----------------
South America.... ---.---
Venezuela------------
Total.
Africa....----.-..------.........
Asia--------------------
Australasia-------------
Europe-------------.----
North America------------
South America.------.----
Unknown origin---------
Total --------------------
Total (common pests, p.
6)-----------
Total (incompletely de-
termined pests, p. 7)---
Total insects --------
Total diseases ---------
Grand total.....---------


NOTE.-In addition to the countries named above, interceptions, including those of common pests (p. 6)
and of incompletely determined pests (p. 7) were made from Arabia, Aruba, Bolivia, British Central
Africa, British Columbia, British West Africa, Bulgaria, Burma, Chosen, Curacao, Cyprus, Federated
Malay States, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Guam, Guernsey, Iran, Jersey, Juan Fernandes Island. Latvia,
Lebanon, Leeward Islands, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Madagascar, Malay Peninsula. Manchuria, Mytilene
Island, Mongolia, Mozambique, New Caledonia, Nigeria, Orient, St. Martin, St. Thomas (American
Virgin Islands), Salvador, Senegal, and Southwest Africa.

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host I Collected in-
pest
0

3


Insects: A FRICA
nrrnra e rnhnlnniLan (Pwrrali-


Thonhrnmn enen, (Inanoan


f('lifnrniaT *


didae). "

Insects: ALGERIA
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae) Citrus limonia (lemon)---- ..------ ----. -----.-. 1 Maryland.
Do ------------------- Citrus hinensis (orange) --. -------..-.-------1 1 Texas.
i The common names for the following have been omitted: Ananas sativus (pineapple), Brassica oleracea
capitata (cabbage), Capsicum annuum (pepper), Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato), Saccharum officinarum
(sugarcane), and Solanum tuberosum (potato). Where thesame host occurs frequently thecommon name
has been omitted part of the time. All horticultural variety names have been omitted.


Number
3
23
0
17
42
5
3
37
1
14
6
0
18
9

16
58
8
5
47
1
3
1
2
1
46

143
389
308
1,376
5,246
188
23

7,668

30,856
10,252
48, 776


Number


5
5
1
17
6
0
0
2
0
0
4

43
131
16
416
729
40
1

1,376

15,214

7,429
24,019
72,795








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from Julyl, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Q a Collected in-
pest W I..
bo C
S-3 bt Z
ca cc a:3 Z
U g W o' e


AMERICAN SAMOA
Insects:
Phenacaspis samoana (Cocci-
dae).
Pseudotoceus cocotis (Cocci-
dae).

AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS
Insects:
Hemichionaspis minor strackha-
ni (Coccidae).
Vinsonia suellifera (Coccidae).

ANGOLA
Insects:
Sfephaaoderea hampei (Scoly-
tidae).
A NTIGUA
Insects:
Asterolecanium miliaris Ion-
gum (Coccidae).
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Targionia hartii (Coccidae) -
Do-...---....-- ------...--
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae)
ARGENTINA
Insects:
Anastrepha grandis (Trypeti-
dae).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Ctlas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Geocoris callosulu# (Lygaei-
dae).
Geocoris sobrinus (Lygaeidae).
Heteroderes rufangulus (Ela-
teridae).
D o---------------------..
Nysius simulans (Lygaeidae)
Parlatoria fluggeae brasiliensis
(Coccidae).
Do---....-.....---.........
Psychid --- -----....
Sauv/spis graphic (Chryso-
melidae).
Diseases:
Phoma echinopsidis_
Puccinia allii ---.........
Rhizoctonia balaficola.........
D o... .. .
Vermicularia wvarians..........

AUSTRALIA
Insects:
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Coc-
cidae).
Sternochetus mangiferae (man-
go weevil).
Diseases:
Ascochyta citruflina._....
Bacterium solanacearu m ......
Physalospora obtusa..........
113990-39---2


Cccos nucifera (coconut) -.
-.--do. ..--.... ...------ -




Hibiscus sp..---------
Orchid--------...--..---.


Co ffea sp.................



Anthoxanlhum odoratum
(sweetgrass).
Laurus nobilis (Grecian
laurel).
Dioscorea sp. (yam).......
.--do----- --------------..
Laurus nebilis.a -----


Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin). -
Viti, sp. (grape).-------

Citr us sinensis (orange) -
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
ato).
Packing around grapes ..---
-....do -- --. --. ----.. -.....
Excelsior packing for grape,
Paper packing for grapes.._
-....-do------------ -..--..
Citrus sinensis (orange) ----

---- do----.---------- ....
Vitis sp. (grape) ..---.....
Excelsior packing for grapes

Echinopsis m u It iplex .......
A Ilium sativumn (garlic)----
Cucumis melo (melon)----.
Cucumis melo var. Cassaba
Solanum tuberosum .......


Orchid--------.------
Mfangifera indica (mango).. -

Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin).
Dahlia sp---------...---..
Alalus sylrestris (apple)....-


........ "2


.. Hawaii.*

Do.0




--- Puerto Rico.
-- Do.


New York.



Do.
.. Massachusetts.

- Do.
New York.
Massachusetts.


2 Texas.
... New York.
I Louisiana.

3 Do.
-. New York.

S Do.
Do.
S Do.
S Do.
I Louisiana.
I Massachusetts.
S- Louisiana.
New York.

S- District of Co-
lumbia.
1 Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
I Alabama.


S California.*
Do.*

I Virginia.
District of Co-
lumbia.
1 1 New York,


1


1
1
1
1
1


1 .. ... .... ..
S-.-- -.--.----


I


---- F -.... ....-


June 1937]








BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host W- Collected in-
pest t &.
o 0 P Wa
tw& -4 PQow
-~ -- ^ -


AUSTRIA
Insects:
Anthonomus rectirostris (Cur-
culionidae).
Do .........-..........
Bruchidius villoius (Bruchi-
dae).
Do---- ------
Do --- ------
Do-- -------
Odontotarsus gram micus (Pen-
tatomidae).
Paltomenaprasina (Pentatom-
idae.).
AZORES
Insects:
Bruchus tristiculus (Bruchi-
dae).
Ceratitis capitata (Mediterra-
nean fruitfly).
Do.....----------
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Targionia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Do--. -------------
Diseases:
Ceratostomella fi mbriata.......
Uromycesfabae -------
BAHAMAS
Insects:
Aleurocanihus iroglumi (cit-
rus blackfly)
Do.----- --- --
Anastrephasp. (Trypetidae)-_
Aspidiolus cocotiphagus (Coc-
cidae).
Do.-------
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Do--- -----
Do--.._--. ---.-
Do---..........---......
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) -. --
Do--------.--
Ct'las formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Do---..----....-.....-..
Frankliniella cubensis (thrips)
Parlatoria crotanis (Coccidae)
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae).
Toxotrypana curvicauda (pa-
paya fruitfly).
Diseases:
Colletotrichum falcatu m.......
BARBADOS
Insects:
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Asterolecanium miliaris (Coc-
cidae).
Asterolecanium mitiart lon-
gum (Coccidae).


Prunus avium sylvestris -
--- do ---------------
Laburn um atpinum (Scotch
laburnum).
.....do..................
Laburnum rulgare (golden-
chain).
-----do--..------
Rhus cotinus (smoketree).-
Fagus sylratica purpurea-.-



Lathyrus odoratus (sweet
pea).
Psidium guajava (guava)--
Sorbus domestics (sorbe
apple).
Castanea sp. (chestnut)--...
Ananas sativus. -----------
--.-do ---------
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Viciafaba favaa bean)..__


Citrus aurantifolia (lime)..
Citrus sinensis (orange)-....
Mangifera indica (mango)..
Cocos nucifera (coconut).---
Poinciana regia (royal
poinciana).
Achras sapota (sapodilla)-
Cocos nucifera (coconut).---
Cycas revoluta (sago cycas).
Poinciana regia (royal
poinciana).
Citrus limonia (lemon)..--
Citrus sinensis (orange)-...
Ipomoea battatas (sweetpo-
tato).
-----do....---------
Rosa sp...-..---------
Codiaeum sp. (croton)-----
Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Saccharum officinarun .....
Carica papaya (papaya) -

Saccharum officinarum...


Persea americana (avocado)
Bamboo-....-............
Palm..-.................


1




1

1












1







2


10


Alabama.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania. I9
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.



New York.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Do.


Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
Florida.*
New York.
Do.
Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*
South Carolina.
Florida.*
New York.
Florida.*
Do.*
Do.*

Do.0


New York.
Do.
Do.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Conti n ued


Country of origin and name of
pest


BABBADOS-C ontirued
Insects-Coutinued.
Chrysomphalu8 personzatus
(Coccidae).
D o-_ -- -
Dialeurodicus tessellatu s
(whitefly).
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis
(Coccidae).
TarGionia harii (Coccidae)..--
Do------ -----
Do -----_- -
Vinsona steUifera (Coccidae)-
BELGIUM
Insects:
Acrolepia assectella (Plutelli-
dae).
Agromyza pinguis (Agromy-
zidae).
Aleyrcdes azaleae (whitefly).-.
Apicu poinonae (Curculioni-
d&e).
Athous nubfuacua (Elateridae)
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchi-
dae)
Lepidosaphes tuberculato (Coc-
cidae).
Napomyza lateralis (Agromy-
zidae).
Thrips angusticepa (thrips)-..--
D o --------------- ----
Diseases:
Ceratostomella fimbriata ......---
Do.......................
Collectotrichvm spirnaciae......
Ditylenchus dipsaci......
Fusicoccvm riticolum....
Peronospora effu sa-...........
Puccinia allii._......- .
Scerotilaia minor .............
&ptoria azaleae ..-...........
Thielasia basicola.............

BERMUDA
Insects:
Anastrepha sp. (Trypelidae)__
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Ceroplastessiwnensis (Coccidae)
Fnankliniella ceph a I i c a
(thrips).
Do.....................-
Do....... ----------------
Do .......................
Lepidosaphes la 8 i an t h i
(Coccidac).
.Mcrganetlc lon i s p i a
(Coccidae).
Parlatoria crototis (Coccidae)-.
Pseudiechkaspis b o w r e y i
(Coccidae).


Host


Citrus sinensis (orange)- ..... -----


Laurus nobilis (Grecian
laurel).
--- do-... ----.
Cassia fistula (golden-
shower).
Cclocasia esculernta (taro)._
Dioscorea sp. (yam) ....-.
-----do..------..--------
Laurus wobilis (Grecian
laurel).

Allium porrum (leek)..---
Cichorium intybus (witloof)-.

Azalea sp----------------
'Vicia sp. (vetch)-------
Soil on azalea root ..----.-
Vicia sp. (vetch) ...---.-..
Cymbidium sp. (orchid) -.--
Cichorium intybus (wit-
loo).
Brassica oleracea capitata.-
Lactuca satira longifolia
(Romaine lettuce).
Daucus carol a (carrot)-----
----.do----.------ ---
Spinacia oleracea (spinach)
Solanum tuberosu m-.......
Vitia sp. (grape) -----------
Spinacia oleracea (spinach).
Allium aalirum (garlic)---....
Cichorium inlybus (wit-
looO.
Azalea sp-................
Sinningia sp. (gloxinia)-....--


Eriobof ryajapon ica (loquat)
.-.--do.....--.........
Euphorbia pulcherrima
(poinsettia).
Antirrhinumn sp.---------
Freesia sp_........
Lilium sp.................
Rosa sp................
Codiaeum sp. (croton).....
Nerihmn olea'nklr (oleander)
Codiaeum sp. (croton).....
Agare sp..................


33
1
2

1
1
1
210


1
1
1
5



I


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Collected in-


I- I- I- I- I ________________


1 I---


New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.
Massachusetts.
Do.
New York.
Do.


New York.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Alabama.
District of
lumbia.
Alabama.
District of
lumbia.
New York.


Co-


Co-


Co.


Do.
Do.

Pennsylvania.
Texas.
New York.
Alabama.
New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Do.


Jw 1937]








12 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


Host


Number of intercep-
tions in-


-1 I-1 -1-1-1-


BERMUDA-Continued
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parietinus.....
Fusicladium eriobotryae.......
Gloeosporium oleandri..-----
Pestalozzia palmarum .......
Pratylenchus pratensis ........
BRAZIL
Insects:
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -
D o-_ - -
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Asterolecanium a u r e u m
(Coccidae).
Callosobruchus p h a s e o Ii
(Bruchidae).
Castnia sp. (Castniidae)......
Ceratitis capilata (Mediterra-
nean fruitfly).
Do.--------------.
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Euscepes batatae (West In-
dian sweetpotato weevil)-
Do-..----- ---- -----
Gymnandrosoma aurantianum
(Olethreutidae).
Gymnandrosoma sp. (Ole-
threutidae).
Lophocateres pusillus (Sia-
mese grain beetle).
Do ---------------
Maruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
'Mordellistena cattleyana (Mor-
dellidae).
Morga nclla l o n gi s p i n a
(Coceidae).
Pachymerus nucle o r u m
(Bruchidae).
Pachymerus olearius (Bruchi-
dae).
Parlatoria fluggeae brasiliensis
(Coccidae).
Do ------------...............
Do ------------................
Do ---------
Do.....---...............---
Do.......--.......... ...-
Do---.----------...
Do----...........-----.-
Pecfinophoragossypielia (pink
bollworm).
Do -----------..-..
D o........... .
Do-...........- .......
Do....- --- ---
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis
(Coccidae).
Do.-.------....--------..
Do --- .......---- ..- ....
Stenomid -..--.------
Tineid.._------------------


Solanum tuberosum........
Eriobotrya japonica
(loquat).
N e riu m o le a n d er .- -
Cocoa nucifera (coconut)._.
Solanum tuberosum........


Citrus grandis (grapefruit) -
Citrus sinensis (orange) ..-
Palm -.. -----
Cattleya sp. (orchid)------
Dolichos sp._.......
Oncidiu m sp. (orchid) -
Citrus grandis (grapefruit). -
Citrus sinensis (orange)--....
-----do.-------------
1pomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
.- do.....................
Citrus sinensis...........
.....do -...... .. .


I- --1-


1


1


Oryza sativa (paddy rice) --.
Tragopogon porrifolius --
(vegetable-oyster).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean). --
Cattleya sp. (orchid).-----..
Carica papaya (papaya)--.
Orbignya speciosa babassuu
nut).
Attalea e.rcelsa._.....
Citrus sinensis (orange) ....

-.... do..................._ ..
-....do.....................
--- do---. .................
--- do -...----- -
--..-..do..-.. ---- -..
----do--.------..
----do.......... .----...
Gossypium sp. (cotton- -.
seed).
---do ...........-- ..
.--- do.........- ............
Gossypium sp. (unginned --
cotton).
Hlibiscus manihot (sunset
hibiscus).
Citrus limo'nia (lemon)....
Coffea sp-- ----------- .-
Palm- -.................
Persea americana (avocado) .-
Oncidium sp. (orchid).-----


.... -


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Louisiana.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
New York.
Louisiana.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
California.*
New York.
Alabama.


Co-


Co-


District of C(
lumbia.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
California.*


District of
lumbia.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.


Co-

Co-


Alabama.
Louisiana.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.


- 2







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host ,- Collected in-
pest o a
to bL is P~
S I S I m
Q 0


B RAZIL-C on tinued
Diseases:
Ceratostomella fimbriata.......
Hemileia oncidii. ------------.
Do--.- ---------
Pt-cciw--allii.......
Uredo rochaei...-- .....
BRITISH GUIANA

Insects:
Aspidiotus d e s t r u c t o r
(Coccidae).
Asterolecanium aureum
(Coccidae).
Callosobruchus chine n as s
(Bruchidae).
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae).
Do---.------. ----------
Do..------- ----------
Do-.....--..-....---........-------
Palaeopus coslicollis (yam
weevil).
Diseases:
Ceratostomella ft mbriata .-.
BRITISH HONDURAS
Insects:
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Stenoma catenifer (avocado
seed moth).

BRITISH WEST INDIES
Insects:
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis
(Coccidae).
Do-..-- -------
Vinuonia steilijera (Coccidae).
CANADA
Insects:
Pyrausta nubilalis (European
corn borer).
Taeujothrips simplex (gladio-
lus thhrips).
Diseases:
Chrysomyxa piperiana -----........-
Vermicularia liliacearum --.....---
VerticiUlliu m albo-atrum......

CANAL ZONE
Insects:
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Do ---.----------..--.-
Do--..-------------.-..-
Asterolecanium vrichi (Cocci-
dae).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Chrfsomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).


Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
Oncidium sp. (orchid).....
Orchid -----...... --
Aium.sativum (garlic) -.---
Myrciaria cauliflora ........ -



Nipa fruticans -....--......
Angraecum eburneum
(orchid).
Bean--.......--. ---
Cattleya labiata (orchid) -
Cattleya mossiae (orchid) -
Epidendrum osmanthum
(orchid).
Schomburgkia lyonsi (or-
chid).
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
---.-do...--------....-....-..-



Banana debris ----.-...
Persea americana (avocado)




Codiaeum sp. (croton)--..-
Citrus grandis (grapefruit) -
Citrus sinensis (orange) -.-
Cinnamomum zeylanicum
(cinnamon).

Zea mays (corn)------
Gladiolus sp------...............

Rhododendron sp---------
Iris sp---------------
Dahlia sp------ -----


Cocos nucifera (coconut) --
.-- do -----------...-.............
Pyrenoglyphis major (beach
palm).
.---- do -------- -.....
Ravenala madagascariensis
(travelers-tree).
A nacardiu m ercelsu m.. -...


-.... ._.-.- 1


1
1




1


1






1


1
1


13


New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.


Puerto Rico.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachuset

Do.



Louisiana.
Do.




New York.
Washington.
Alabama.
New York.


Michigan.
California.*

Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Louisiana.

Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.


4


...... --.. ._ .. 1
-- -- -- 1 ....


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14 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported .from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive- Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host O Collected in-
pest t
ot
L.I
Q a 0 6 I
U Pq FQ Q'


CANAL ZONE-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Chrysomphalus umboniferus
(Coccidae).
Eurytoma orchidearum (cat-
tleya fly).
Fu rcaspis biformis (Coccidae)-
Do------- -.- --------
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Pseudaonidiafossor (Coccidae)
CANARY ISLANDS

Insects:
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Targionia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Diseases:
Ascochyta lycopersici.--------
CAYMAN ISLANDS
Insects:
Cylas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
CEYLON
Insects:
Parlatoria ziziphu s (Coccidae)
Diseases:
Bacterium citri .....----------.....-----.
Do--...-----------
Strigula complanata. ---------
CHILE
Insects:
Leptoglossus chilensis (Corei-
dae).
Tortricid -------------------

Diseases:
A.phelenchoides parietivus... -.
Rhizoctonia bataticola ---------
Do----------------
Uromyces betae.----------
CHINA
Insects:
Aspidiotus cry pt oxanthus
(Coccidae).
Aspidiotus subcuticularis
(Coccidae).
Callosobruchus chinensiS
(Bruchidae).
Chilo simplex (Asiatic rice
borer).
Do-------------------
Do----------------
Chioraspis yanonensis (Coc-
cidae).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Coplosoma cribrarium (Pen-
t:atom idiae).
Cylas formicarius (sweet-
potato weevil).
I'ormosaspisformosanus (Coc-
cidae).
JVypim? ericae obscuratus (Ly-
gaeidae).


Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------
.----do ..---------
Orchid----------
..-----do -. -------
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Ficus ehretioides ...........



Citrus sinensis (orange) ----
Ananas sativus -----------


Lycopersicum esculenium ------


Tpomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).


Citrus gra ndis (pomelo) -.
('itrus aurantifolia (lime)-.
Citrus grandis (pomelo)--....--
Undetermined plant------


Vitis sp. (grape)---------
Amygdalus persica necta-
rina (nectarine).
Solanum tuberosum........
Cucumis melo (melon).----
Cucumis melo var. (Honey
Dew melon).
Beta vulgaris (beet)-------


Caslanea sp. (chestnut) --...-
Citrus grandis (pomelo)--....
Bean------------------
Oryza satira (rice)---------
.--..-do-----------------
Rhapis humilis (reed
rhapis).
Citrus grandis (pomelo)...
.- ----do----- ------------
Exochorda racemosa (pearl-
bush).
Jpomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Bamboo----------------
Eteocharis tuberosa (water-
nut).


l-~lIll~i 111111 jill


1
1





1


1
1
1
1


1


New York.
Do.
Do.
Puerto Rico.
Virginia.
District of Co-
lumbia.


Puerto Rico.
New York.

Do.


Florida.*



Pennsylvania.
Do.
Do.
California.*


New York.
Do.

Florida.*
New York.
Do.
Do.


District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Hawaii.*
New York.
Texas.
California.*
New York.
Washington.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Do.


-- --- ---- -- -- ---11


1
4


213
2


2
1






June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


CwNA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae)
Do----------
Do ------------
Do ------------
Pseudaonidia duplex (cam-
phor scale).
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis
(Coccidae).
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Coc-
cidae).
Diseases:
Anguina triiict..-----------
Aphelenchoides parietinus....
Bacterium ciri ...............
Phoma diricarpa --------
Do----------------
Do ----------
Do ----------
Phyllosticta japonica.---
Puccinia alropuncta -.------
Puccinia mitriformis --------
COLOMBIA
Insects:
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)
Antillocoris delineata (Ly-
gaeidae).
Aspidiolas destructor (Cocci-
dae.
Do --------..
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Eurycipitia splendens (Miri-
dae).
Frankliniella cephalica (thrips)
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) -
Do -------
Heterotermes ltenvis (termite). -
Afetamasius hemipterus (West
Indian cane weevil).
Metamasius sericeus carbona-
rius (Curculionidae).
Mordelistena sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
Do-..... ..............
Nawtutitermes cornigera (ter-
mite).
Noctuid---------------------
Do-.- ----------.
Do -------................--
Phatnoma rarians (Tingiti-
dae).
Psychid------------------
Sacadodes pyralis (South
American bollworm).
Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae).--
Tineid-------------
Do --------------
Do -----------
Do------...... ..--.......


Host


Citrus grandis (pomelo)--....
-----do --------------------
---do --- .---
Citrus sin ensis (orange) --
----do ---------
Citrus grandis (pomelo) ....-
Litchi chibensis (lychee)_--

Triticum aestirum (wheat)-
Colocasia escutenta (taro).--
Citrus sinensis (orange) -
Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Citrus nowtilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinensis. ----.
--- do ---------------
Oryza saliva (paddy rice)--
Veratrum mazimowiczii ..--..-
Bamboo--- ----.-


Chrusophytllm cainito
(star-apple.
Cattleya sp. (orchid)----.....---
Cocos nucifera (coconut).. -
----- do -------.. -------
Orchid-- ---------
Catlleya sp. (orchid).-------
Rosa sp...------.-------
CaUttleua trianae (orchid).--
Orchid --------------
-do --......----------
Banana debris....--------
---.do. ---------.......
Catileya trianae (orchid)---.
Orchid -----------.-
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ----. -
Cattleya schroederae (or-
chid)
Cattleya trianae (orchid) ---
Orchid.-----------------
Cattleya schroederae (or-
chid).
Orchid---------------
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
seed).
Orchid ----- ----
Cattleya gigas (orchid).-----
Caoileya trianae (orchid).._-
Caitleya sp. (orchid).-----
Orchid.. ----------


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Collected in-


I I-I-I-I-f


2




3








1








2
3
1










I
1

2
1
1
1
1
1
1


3
1
3
13
a


1







1
1
i


3
2
1





4




















1



















2


California.*
Maryland.
Washington.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Hawaii.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
Do.
Do.
California.*
New York.
Washington.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*


New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia
Do.
Florida.*
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Maryland.
South Carolina.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Cailifornia.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.


15


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---- ---- ---- ----
---- ---- ----
__ __ __ I ---- ---- ----







16 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host -- e Collected in-
pest 3.
S bo as L
^ I~ Sc
u g pq0o c0


COLOMBIA-Continued

Diseases:
Cercospora blo.rami..--------
Colletotrichum orchidearum ....
Do---------
Do --------------------
Physalospora cattleyae (?)-..
COSTA RICA
Insects:
Anaphothrips orchidaceus
(thrips).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -
Aspidiotus 4tiffin is (Coccidae)_
Bephrata cubensis soursopp
chalcid).
Chrysomphalus persoiatus
(Coccidae).
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) -
Macrosiphum luteum (aphid)-
Metamasius dimidiatipennis
var. (Curculionidae).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do---------
Do-.......--......---
Do-.....- ...........---
Afetamasius submaculatus
(Curculionidae).
Ozophora pallescens (Lygae-
idae).
Stenoma anonella (Stenomi-
dae).
Diseases:
Co/letotrichu m orchidearum. -
Gleosporium affini..........
Do. ..------------------
Gloeosporium cattleyae-----........
Gloeosporium oncidii--....---.
Macrophoma oncidii.....
CUBA
Insects:
Acanthoscelides zanthopus
(Bruchidae).
Aeolus pulcheltLus (Elateridae)
Aleurocanthus uwoglumi (cit-
rus blackfly).
Aleurodicuscardini (whitefly).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)-
Apion macula-alba (Curcu-
lionidae).
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Do---- --------
Do--.. ......----.......
Do------------
Do- ----------- -------
Do-....-...-..........
Do.-.---.--... -...........
Do._
Do_
Do .-....-- --
Do -------------
Do ----- .............
Aspidiotus spinosus (Cocci-
dae).


Brassica rapa (white tur-
nip).
Cattleya trianae (orchid) -
Cattleya sp. (orchid)...----
Orchid---........-----......
Cattleya trianae (orchid) ---


Zygopetalum sp_-....
Mangifera indica (mango) -
Cocoa nucifera (coconut).--
Annona cherimola (cheri-
moya).
Mangifera indica ---.......---
Oncidium sp. (orchid) ----
Orchid ----------
A nanras satius ---------
----- do._ --------.-.----
Banana debris----- ----
Musa sp-----------
---do ---------
Musa sp -------------
Ananas satirus --------............
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
Cattleya skinneri (orchid)-..
Cattleya dowiana (orchid).-
Cattleya skinneri (orchid)._
Cattleya dowiana (orchid)__
Oncidium stenotes (orchid).
Cattleya dowiana (orchid)-


Cassia didymobotrya.......
A nanas sativus.....
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Psidium guajara (guava) -
Mangifera indica (mango).
Ananaas sativus............
Amygdalus communism (al-
mond).
Annona squamosa (sugar-
apple).
Chrysalidocarpus lutescens
(yellow palm).
Cocos nucifera (coconut)-_
----do -------------
Mangifera indica (mango) -
Musa paradisiaca (plan-
tain).
Musa sp----..........-- ...
Palm....................
Psidium guajava (guava)--
Mammea americana (ma-
mey).


1
2
1
1


Co-





Co-

Co-


Co-


New York.
California.*
District of
lumbia.
Do.
California.*


District of
lumbia.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
California.*
District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Louisiana.
Do.
California.*
Maryland.
Washington.
Louisiana.
New Yoik.

California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*


District of
lumbia.
Louisiana.
New York.
Florida.*
Do.*
Louisiana.
Florida.*
Do.*
District of
lumbia.
Florida.*
Maryland.
Florida.*
Do.*


Co-


Do.'
Louisiana.
Florida.*
Do.*


Co-


1
2


2
2


- --- --.


.... I ----








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


17


Lit, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 19S6, to June 30, 1937
inclusive---Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


CuBA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Bephrata cubensis soursopp
chalcid).
Do---------.------
Bliuua insularis (Lygaeidae).
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchi-
dae).
Coccotrypes thrinacis (Scoly-
tidae).
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) -----
Do--.--.--..-...--..
Do. ----------
Do....................

Collabismodes cubae (Curcu-
lionidae).
Conoderus bifoveatus (Elater-
dae).
Crocidosema plebeiana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do..-----...-----.
Cdlas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Dicaiothripa angust iceps
(thrips).
Ephestia sp. (Pyralididae) ...
Do ----.-----.........
Euscepes batatae (West Indian
sweet otato weevil).
Frankliniella cephalica
(thrips).
Prankliniella cephalica mela-
nommata (thrips).
Prankliniella cubensis (thrips).
Do ------------------
Do ----------

Do --------------
Onorimoschema gudmannella
(Gelechiidae).
Onorimoschema lycopersicella
(tomato pinworm).
Do. ---------
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Do --- ------
Do ---_-- --
Lepidosaphels camelliae (Cocci-
dae).
Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae)_.
Do-- ----------
Maruca testulalis (bean pod
borer).
Do----------------
Megacerus tricolor (Bru-
chidae).
Metachroma suffriani (Chry-
somelidae).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do .--.---------------....
Do. --- ---

Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Pseudococcus boninsis (Cocci-
dae).
Selenothrips rubrocinctus (red-
banded thrips).
Syatena basalis (Chrysomel-
idae).

113990-89--3


Host


A.


Annona icherinmola (cheri-
maya).
Annona muricata. (sour-
sop).
Ananas satius..........
Vicia angustifolia..........

Euterpe glcbosa (palm) -
Citrus auranttifolia (lime) -
-------do.
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Capsicum annuum........

Ananas sativus......
Hibiscus esculentus (okra).

--.-do-----..---------
bpomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Ananras sa livu............

..... do .------ -..---
-..-- do. -- ----------
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Rosa sp--------------
-----do s......---.........-
Chrysanthemum sp -----.....
Dahlia sp ----------------
Lathyrus odoratus (sweet
pea).
Rosa sp------------------
Capsicum annuum........

Lycopersicu m esculentum -.

-----do.._---------
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime)-.
Cucurbitapepo (pumpkin)-
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
..-. do ----.------------.. -.
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).
Phaseolussp. (string bean).
Seed of a vine -------
Ananas sativus ----.....

.---do --..------
Musa sp------ -..------.-
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).
Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Saccharum officinarum.....

Rosa sp.--------------
Brassica chineRsis (white
greens).


0
66


1
1


1
2

1
1
1

3

1
33
28









I

1

1


I-

1
1

1



3

1
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3
* 1






1


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16



2







1







1
1i








"i


Collected in-


Florida.*

Maryland.
New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Florida.*
New York.
Florida.*

Louisiana.

Do.
Do.
New York.
Alabama.
Louisiana.
Do.
New York.
Alabama.
Florida.*

Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
Louisiana.

New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Florida.*

Louisiana.
Virginia.
New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.

Do.
Virginia.
New York.
Do.
Florida.*

Do.*
New York.


aune 1937]







18 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host W ICollected in-
pest< Hoosti" 0 BB $ Collected in-
pest I.
0 S .5 u
X I 3 0 en
CS as .2


CUBA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Targionia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Do---- --------
Do..--.....-. .------..-
Targionia hartii (Coccidae).. --
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae).
Do---. -------------
Tetrabothynusespetubi (GCur-
culionidae).
Xylebor us affinis (Scolytidae).
Diseases:
Albugo bliti ------------------
Ceratostomella fi mbriata.......
Cercospora capsici .---.-------
Cercospora nicolianae.........
Cladosporium vignae..........
Colletotrichu m falcatum.......
Colletotrrichu m truncatu m.....
D~o._................ ......
Diaporthe batatatis..
Elsinoe phaseoli' ....-----
D o-- - -
Erysiphe cichoracear um .......
Funrium cepae.. _-- ---
Helminthosporium curvulum
(?).
Helminthosporium torulosum.
Phomopsis capsici .....----...
Phyllosticta divergens ..........
Rotylenchus bradys ---------.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Insects:
Baris lepidii (Curculionidae).--
Bruchus brachialis (Bru-
chidae).
Callidium violaceumn (Ceram-
bycidae).
Haplothrips aculeatus (thrips) -
Hylurgops palliatus (Scoly-
tidae).
Pityogenes chalcographus (Sco-
lytidae).
Polygraphus polygraphus
(Seolytidae).
Diseases:
Uromyces trifolii ....---.---..
DENMARK
Insects:
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
D o.. ------- ---...------
D o -..-- ------..-....- ...
Mikiolao fagi (Cecidomyiidae)
Psylliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Do -...........--..........
Diseases:
Ditylenchus dipsaci ...........
Urocystis occult -------------
DOMINICA
Insects:
Coccus viridis (Coccidae)-...
Diseases:
Pratylenchius pratenis ........


Ananas sativus............
..... do....................
--..... ---do... --........-...-
Dioscorea sp. (yam) .----
Saccharum officinarum ....
..... do -------....
Ananas satous -.-.-..-....
Ipomm bataets (sweetpo-
tato).
Amaranthus sp-- ----
Xanthosoma sp. (malanga).-
Capsicum annuum ........
Nicotiana tabacum (to-
bacco).
Vigna inefltnsis (cowpea)-.--
Saccharum officinarum .....
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).
-..do----------------
ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus.
----do -.-----------
Dahlia sp---------------
Allium cepa (onion)--..---
Capsicum annuu m........

Musa paradisiaca (plan-
tain).
Capsicum annuum....
Albizzia lebbeck (lebbek).-_
Dioscorea alata (?) (winged
yam).

Radicula armoracia (horse-
radish).
Vicia sp. (vetch).---...--...
Pinus sp. (pine).......----------
Dianthus sp. (carnation) -
Pinus sp. (pine)----------
.-----do-....----..... ---.
d. ---do.-..........----.....

Trifolium sp-..----------


Brassica rapa (turnip) -
.---do...--------....-----
....- do ..-----------------.
Fagussp. (beech).----
Brassica oleracea capitata .. -
Brassica rapa----------.............
Solanium tuberosum ........
Secale cereal (rye) -.-----


15.... ..... .... ....
15 -------- ---- ----

2 ----.... ---- --....-- --....
7 -- -- --- ----
2
---.... 1 1.... --- -
------ ---- 2 ---- ----
I ---- ---- --- ---


15
2
2

1


16

542


1
1
1


2

1
2


Citrus aurantifolia (lime).. 3
Dioscorea sp. (yam) -----...-


--....i----


Florida."
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Florida.*
Virginia.
Louisiana.
Maryland.

New York.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
Florida.*
Do.*
Louisiana..
New York.
Alabama.
New York.
Puerto Rico.
Florida.*
Texas.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.


Do.
Pennsylvanis.
Virginia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Texas.
Maryland.


New York.


1 I Massachusetts.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pesals collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive-Continued

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host o Collected in-
pest 94

as'
Si -3 M tCy


DolrmCAN REPUBLIC
Insects:
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans
(Trypetidae).
Anastrepha auspensa (Trypet-
idae).
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Do------------- .----
Do -- -- ---
Furaspt bfformd.(Coccidae)_
Do------------.-----...
Hemichionaspis minor stracha-
k ni (Coccidae).
Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae)..
Mordelliatena sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
Do--------------
Pseudoparlatworia ostreata (Coo-
cidae).
Do... ------------
Selenothrips rubrocinctus (red-
banded thrips).
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae)
Do-------------------
Do---------- -------.-...
Do--..--..-- .. ........ .
Do----------------
Do-----------------
Do------. ..----..--....
Diseases:
Ceratostomella fimbriata ---.......
CnUetotrichum lujae (?).......
Colletotrichum orchidearum -
Gloeosporium intermedium
epidendri.
Phoma musae (?).--- -
Physalospora orchidearum --.--

DUTCH EAST INDIES
Insects:
Part atwia ziziphus (Coccidae).
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
Do---------------------
Diseases:
Bacterium citri..............
Plycosphaerella oryzae .......
DUTCH GUIANA
Insects:
Peetinophora gossypiella (pink
botlworm).

ECUADOR
Insects:
AMetamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae) -
Do-----------------
EGYPT
Insects:
Bruchidius incarnatus (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchus lentis (Bruchidae) ----
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae)
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).


Eugenia malaccensis (Ma-
layapple).
Psidium guajasa (guava)...
Brassia caudata (orchid) -- -
Epidendrum sp. (orchid) -
Orchid.-------------
Cattleya mantinii-nobilior
(orchid).
Oncidium carthaginense
(orchid).
Hibiscus sp- -.....
Citrus grandis (grapefruit) -
Epidendrum bifidum (or-
chid).
Epidendrum sp. (orchid)..
Carica papaya (papaya).--
Epidendrum christi (or-
chid).
Eugenia malaccensis
(Malayapple).
Cattleya forbesi (orchid) -
Epidendrum sp. (orchid) -
Eugenia malaccensis .......
Lycaste costata (orchid) -
Lycaste sp. (orchid)-------
Orchid----------------
Xylobium pallidiflor um -..
Xanthosoma sp. (malanga)
Lycaste sp. (orchid) ------
Orchid..................
Epidendrum sp. (orchid). -
Musa sp.------------
Lycaste sp_- -. .


Citrus limonia (lemon) -
Coffea sp ..............
..-.-do -------------------


Citrus limonia.... -
Oryza sativa (paddy rice)_ 1


Gossypium sp. (cottonseed)



Banana debris --..........
Persea americana (avoca-
do).
.---do..- .----............


Lens esculento (lentil)--....
.-----do ---------..............
Citrus sinensis (orange) -
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
seed).


1








1
1"


1
1
37


1
1
1
1



1

1i

2

1


1
1


2
1
1

I

1








1
2


1






1













1


Puerto Rico.

Do.
District of Co.
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Puerto Rico.
District of Co.
lumbia.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Florida.*
California.*


Pennsylvania.
Illinois.
New York.
Massachusetts.
New York.


Louisiana.



Washington.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.


New York.
Do.
Maryland.
New York.


June 1937]







20 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive---Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


ENGLAND
Insects:
Aleyrodes azaleae (whitefly)-....
Apion carduorum (Curcu-
lionidae).
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Athous haemorrhoidalis (Ela-
teridae).
Bruchus affinis (Bruchidae)_.
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil)
Do-----------------
Do-...----.-......-.....
Do .----.---- ---....--.-
Do ...-- .-.---.-...--..--
Do--------..---------
Coccotrypes rolliniae (Scolyti-
dae).
Curculio nucum (Curculioni-
dae).
Curculio venosus (Curculioni-
dae).
Do ----.----..--....--
Emphytus cinctus (sawfly)-.._
Epipolaeus caliginosus (Cur-
culionidae).
Eriophyes macrorhynchus (gall
mite).
Helophorus rugosus (turnip
mud beetle).
Helophorus sp. (Hydrophili-
dae).
Do -----------
Hercothrips errans (thrips)---
Do--...........
Leperisinus fraxini (Scolyti-
dae).
Do --- ---..- -..--.
Lepidosaphes tiberculata (Coc-
cidae).
Limothrips denticor nis (thrips)
Limothrips vaneecki (thrips).-_

Do......................
.fMeadorus griseus (Pentatom-
idae).
Myzus ornatus (aphid).... --
D o---. ..---....--.......
SDo--- --.--------..
D o---------... -..........
Do -----..-..-...........-
Do.................
Do-----------------......................
Do-------------...............---
Do --- -- -- -
Do --------.--..-----.......

Do ------.----.-......
Do-......................
Do .............
Do--.-...... .-
Neuroterus quercus-baccarum
(Cynipidae).
Parallelodiplosis c a t t I e y a e
(Cattleya midge).


Host


Azalea sp-- -----
Cynara scalymus (globe ar-
tichoke).
Phoenix sp. (palm)........
Soil around miscellaneous
plants.
Lathyrus grandiflorus (ever-
lasting pea).
Brassica rapa (turnip) .
--do ----------
.----do---. -----------
-----do ------------
---.do --- -----
.---do-----_--
Phoenix reclinata (Senegal
date palm).
Crylus avellana (filbert) -
Quercus sp. (acorn)
-----do--------------
Rosa chinensis manetti......
Humulus sp. (hop)-------
Acer sp. (maple)-----
Raphanus satinus (radish)
Brassica oleracea gemmifera
(brussels sprouts).
Raphanus sativus (radish).
Cattleya bertheuana (or-
chid).
Hippeastrum sp ----
Fraxinus sp. (ash).........
---do ---------.------..
Cymbidium sp. (orchid)--....

Iris orientalis.-----------
Lilium monadelphum
(Caucasian lily).
Lilium sp. (lily) --...- ---
Clematis sp --------------
A zalea sp..................
Brassica oleracea epit ala -
Calluna vulgaris (heather).
Catananche caerulea (blue
cupids-dart).
Chrysanthemum sp .------
.---do------.............
. ---do....................
Codiaeum sp. (croton)-..-.
Cyclamen sp..--- ...
Euonymus sp--- -
Fragaria sp. (strawberry)
Myosotis sp. (forget-me-
not).
Nasturtium officinale (wa-
tercress).
Ricinus sp ............ .
Veronica sp-...----.....-..

Quercus sp. (oak) ........
Cattleya gigas sanderiana
(orchid).


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Collected in-


I- I I I -I I -


1

14
11


3


i .....


1111"


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York..
Do.
Do.
Michigan.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Illinois.
Maryland.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.
Do.


Do.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbla.
New York.
Do.
Do.
California.*


Co-




Co-




Co-


District of Co-
lumbia.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
District of Co-
lurrbia.
New York.

Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Hawaii.*







June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest




ENGLAND-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Perrisia oenophila (Cecidomy-
iidae).
Philophylla heraclei (celery
fly).
Do--------------------..
Psyllia peregrina (Chermidae)
Psvylliodes chrysocepha I a
(Chrysomelidae).
Do -----------------
Do ------------
Sericothrip8 staphylinus
(thrips).
Steingelia gorodetskia (Cocci-
dae).
Taeniothrips atrat us (thrips)--
Taeniothrips ericae (thrips) ---
Thrips angusticeps (thrips) ---
Do-.-......-- .-- ...--

Thrips flavw (thrips)--.----
Thrips fuscipennia (thrips) ---
Do
Thrips paludivagus (thrips) -- -
Thrips validun (thrips) ------
Trypetid---........ --......
Diseases:
Alternaria dianthi ----..........
Aphelenchoidee parietinus.....
Do-..-. .....--- ....-
Aphelenwchus venae...........
Botrytis allii .................
Batrttis narcinicota ----.........
CeratostomelLa fimbriata .....
Do ------..-
Colletotrichurm orchidearum-...
Do-- ...... --.........
Do-......-..-.........
Do ------- --
Coniosporium shiraianum .....
Coryneum microstictum .......
Dilylenchus dipsaci...........
Do......................
Do----.. ...----
Do ---------------..
Do --- -------
Oloeosporiu m concentricum. -
D~O.......................
D o -- - -
Gloeosporiu m pruinosunm .....
Gloeosporium sansevieriae....
Hemileia oncidii_......
Laestadia galactina (?)--------
Phragmidium disciflorum .....
Puccinia absinthii.............
Rhytisma acerinum.........
Septoria chrysanthemrnelta....


June 30, 1937,


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Host r Collected in-


t C aCQ


* Vitis sp. (grape)------
Apium graveolens (celery) -
Petroselinum h o r t e n s e
(parsley).
Crataegussp. (hawthorn).-
Brassica rapa (turnip) .--
do .......do....
-----do ---.-. -------
Viola sp. (violet) ----------
Packing material for Aster
cordifolius.
Calluna vulgaris (heather) -
-----do ----... ...- -
Centaurea cyanus (corn-
flower).
Lactuca sativa tongifotia
(Romaine lettuce).
Chrysanthemum sp-.....-----.
Mentha sp. (mint)----
Myosotis sp. (forget-me-
not).
Rosa sp--..----..-...--.......
Lactuca sativa longifolia
(Romaine lettuce).
Petroselinum h o r t e n t e
(parsley).
Dianthus sp ...............
Lilium sp. (lily)--.........
Narcissus sp-.............
Lilium sp. (lily)-------...
Allium cepa (onion).---
Narcissus sp...............
Daucus carota (carrot)--.-
-----do-.-- ----------...
Cymbidium sp. (orchid).. -
Laeliocattleya borbarica XL.
areca (orchid).
Odontioda sp. (orchid)--..-
Odontoglossum I i d I e y
(orchid).
Bamboo-----. ------
Rosa sp..........


1
1

1
i



11


Iris ziphioides (English 1 -------- .... ---..-
iris).
Iris sp ------------------.. 1 2 ........
Narcissus sp --------------.... 1 7 --- ---
-----do --.----. -----------.. 1 --- .... ..--
Solanum tuberosum -..... ......-.... .... ....
Brassica oleracea botrytis .......... .... ....
(cauliflower).
Brassica oleracea capital ..a ... ............
Veronica sp...---------------......... 1 ---- ..-
Sansevieria sp -------- ----- ---.. ---- 1
Oncidium varicosum roger- 1I --.- ----- --
sii (orchid).
Galax aphylla (galax) ---- -----. -- --.. ....
Rosa sp ------.----.----------....-.. 1 ........
Artemisia Cracunculus (tar- ------ --- -- ---
ragon).
Acerpseudoplatanus (syca- .... ---- .....
more maple).
Chrysanthemum sp --------..---------...... 1


New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Massachusetts.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.
Hawaii.*
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Virginia.
California."
New York.
Texas.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Pennsylvania.
Massachusetts.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.


21







22 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Hos --- Collected in-
pest t .
as U2
to a) W
o 03 WO
U fi -&


ENGLAND-Continued
Diseases-Continued.
Septoria primulae---------......
Tubercularia vtulgaris -------.........
Vermicularia herbaru m .......
ESTONIA
Insects:
Semanotus undalus (Ceram-
bycidae).
FIji ISLANDS
Insects:
Lepidosaphes auriculata (Coc-
cidae).
FINLAND
Insects:
Semanctus undatus (Ceram-
bycidae).
Diseases:
Aphelevchoides parietinus .....
Lophodermium pivastri.......
FRANiCE
Insects:
Acrolepia assectella (Plutel-
lidae).
Attica ampelophaga (Chryso-
melidae).
Anaphothrips obscurus (thrips)
Apion pomonae (Curculioni-
dae).
Do ----.----..-........
Apion rufirostre (Curculioni-
dae).
Aspidiotus zonatus (Coccidae)
Bcris chlorizams (Curculioni-
dae).
Bruchidius halodendri (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchidius lividimanus (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchi-
dae).
Do- .- ..-- .-- .....
Bruchus brachialis (hairy-
vetch bruchid).
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchi-
dae).
Do..----------
Do------- -----. -........
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Corymbites impressus (Elater-
idae).
Daeus oleae (olive fruitfly)..
Eysarcoris inconspicuus (Pen-
tatomidae).
Frankliniella intonsa (thrips)_
Frankliniella pallida (thrips).
Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis
form abdominalis (thrips).
Helophorus rugosus (turnip
mud beetle).
Limothrips denticornis (thrips)


Primula polyantha (poly-
anthus primrose).
Clematis sp-...........
Diaunthus sp.---- --


Pine slat-------..-------


Codiaeum sp. (croton)-.... I ..--..


Pine wood---------...

Beta vulgaris (beet)-----
Pinus sylvestris (Scotch
pine).

Allium porrum (leek).---
Lactvduca satira (lettuce) ----
Petroselinum hortense
(parsley).
VIcia sp. (vetch) ----
---- do---.--...
,alva sp. (mallow)....
Quercus sp -- --- --
Braesica rapa (turnip)-....
-alimodendron h a I ode n-
dron.
Cvtisus battandieri.........
C'tisus scoparius andreana
Sparlium Junceum (weav-
ers-broom).
'icia sp. (vetch) ----------
Vicia a ngustifolia.....
---do- -------
Vicia sp. (vetch)-----
Brassica rapa (turnip)----.
Citrus nobilis de/icioia
(tangerine).
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Olea europaea (olive) ------
Cichorium intybus (chic-
ory).
Petroselinum hortense
(parsley).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ---
Azalea sp ------------
Brassica rapa (turnip)-----
Alliumn cepa (onion).....------


4
1











1
1
1
13


1


3


Virginia.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.


New York.



Hawaii.*



New York.

Virginia.
New York.


Do.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Do.
New York.
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Do.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.


""" L"TTI -_ _I







,TJune 1937 ]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


FRANCE-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Afegastigmus aculeatus (Cal-
limomidae).
Myzus ornatus (aphid) -------
Phyllotreta nemorum (Chry-
somelidae).
Phyllotreta nigripes (Chryso-
melidae).
Psylliodes chrysoceph al a
(Chrysomelidae).
Rhinoncus pericarpius (Cur-
culionidae).
Sitona humeralis (Curculioni-
dae).
Sitona linealta (Curculionidae)
Taeniothrips atratus (thrips)-.
Do ..............-----------------
Targionia vitis (Coccidae) -.
Thrips angusticeps (thrips) -_
Do ------------------
Do--------------------
Do----. ------------
Thrips flavus (thrips)--------
Thrips fuscipenn is (t h rips) -.
Tropistethus holosericeus (Ly-
gaeidae).
Diseases:
A lbugo tragopogonis -------
CeTatostomella fimbriata --- -.-
Colletotrichum orchideaorum -..---
Coryneum microstictum......
Cumminsiella sanguinea .....
Dinemasporium graminum. -
Ditylenchus dipsaci ------.---
Erobasidiu in vaccnii ---------
Leptosphaeria culmicola.......
Leptosphaeria heterospora -
Aficrodiplodia diervillae ------
MycosphaerTlla schoenoprasi. .
Peronospora valerianellae .....
Puecinia absinthii.---------
Puccinia allii. .-----------
Ramutaria cynarae_--------
Sclerotinia laza .........
Uromyces fabae_.-.....
1'ermicularia iliacearum......
FRENCH INDO-CHINA
Insects:
Pseudaonidia trilobiliformis
(Coccidae).
GERMANY
Insects:
Acalypta parvula (Tingitidae)
Aleyrodes azaleae (whitefly) -


Host


Rosa sp.. ------
Brassiea oleracea botrytia
(cauliflower).
Raphanus sativus (radish).
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Brassica rapa (turnip)----
Artemisia dracunculus (tar-
ragon).
Lilium sp. (lily) .-------
Petroselinum hortense (pars-
ley).
Daucus carota (carrot)...-
Petroselinum hortense (pars-
ley).
Quercus sp..------------l
Cichorium intybus witlooff)
Cynara scotymus (globe
artichoke).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce)....
Lactuca sativa longifolia
(Romaine lettuce).
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Petroselinum hortense (pars-
ley).
Rosa sp...-----...-----........

Tragopogon porrifolius
(salsify).
Daucuscaroaa (carrot)-..--...
Phalaenopsis sp. (orchid).--
Rosa sp --------------
Mahionia repens rotundi-
folia hollygrapee).
Grass-.------------..----
Hyacinthus sp-----------
Azalea indica (indica
azalea).
Titicum aestirum (wheat)-
Iris sp-----------------
Diervilla sp. (bush honey-
suckle).
AlMlium porrum (leek) ..
Valerianella locusta olitoria
(cornsalad).
Artemisia absinthium
(wormwood).
Allium porru ..
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Prunus domestica (plum).--
Vicio sp. (vetch) ------
Iris sp-------------------



Citrus grandis (pomelo).--



Soil around gladiolus bulb.-
Azalea sp -------------


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0
to







1.

































4
1

























4i













"2'


Collected in-


C9
ta













































1


23


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.

New York.
Georgia.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.


Pennsylvania.



New York.
Do.







BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


GERMANY -Continued
Insects-Continued.
Anthaxia quadripunctata (Bu-
prestidae).
Apion carduorum (Curculi-
onidae).
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Brachyrhinus scaber (Curcu-
lionidae).
Do----------------
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchi-
dae).
Do-------------------
Do----------------
Bruchus brachiais (hairy-
vetch bruchid).
Do----------------
Do-------------------
Do--------------.-----
Do----------------
Do----------------
Bruchus tristiculus (Bruchi-
dae).
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
Do ----------------
Chrysomphalus personatus
(Coccidae).
Dryocoetes autographs (Sco-
lytidae).
Ernobius abietis (Anobiidae)..-
Do----------------
Frankliniella intonsa (thrips)-
Frankliniella tenuicornis
(thrips).
Do ---------................
Hebrus pusillus (Hebridae)..--
Laspeyresia strobilella (Ole-
threutidae).
Do------. ----------
Do -------------
Lema melanopa (Chrysomel-
idae).
Lepidosaphes lasianithi (Cocci-
dae).
Leucaspis loewi (Coccidae) --.
Leucaspis sulcii (Coccidae) --
Limothrips de-nlicornis (thrips)
Afegastigmus suspectus (Cal-
limomidae).
Alicrelus ericae (Curculioni-
dae).
MAfyzus ornatus (aphid)..----
Do---------
Psylliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Taeniothrips atralus (thrips).--
Do------------------
Taeniothrips ericae (thrips) ---
Do ----------------
Do ----------
Thrips flavus (thrips)------
Thrips Juscipennis (thrips). ---
Thrips paludivagus (thrips)---.
Vi'nsonia stellifera (Coccidae)-


Host


Pine wood-...------------
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Dracaena sp----------
Leontopodium sp. (edel-
weiss).
Soil around gladiolus bulb-
Laburnum alpinum
(Scotch laburnum).
Laburnum sp ----- .--
Sparlium junceum (Span-
ish broom).
Vicia villosa (hairy vetch).


.--do ---------
Vicia sp. (vetch) ------


----do-...------.......-.....
--..do. ..------------------
.----do ....-----------------
Lathyrus odoratus (sweet
pea).
Pyrus communUs (pear)_.._-
Brassica campestris (ruta-
baga).
Brassica rapa (turnip)----
Palm-------.-----------
Pine wood.---------------
Picea sp. (spruce)-......------
-----..do------- ---------
Calluna vulgaris (heather) -
Apium graveolens (celery) -
Brassica oleracea capiata-
Moss used as packing for
lily pips.
Picea excelsa (Norway
spruce).
-----do ---------------------
Picea sp. (spruce)---------
.....-do .. .----. ---
Codlaeum sp. (croton)-----
Pinus sp. (pine)------.......---
. ---ddo---------------
Rosa sp-------------------
Tree seed--............---------
Calluna vulgaris (heather) -


1
1"


1 .-


-- 1
--------------------------1
... .


Helenium sp -- ----- ------
Radicula armoracia (horse- -----
radish).
Brassica rapa (turnip)---------
Calluna vulgaris --------- ------
Gladiolus sp--------------- ----.......
Calluna vulgaris---------------
-----do -------------------- ------
Rosa sp --------------------
Calluna vulgaris (heather). ----.
--.-do-------------- ------
Rosa sp------------.---- ------
Palm-----..---------- -----


1
3
1

2


11 ---....


z:zI....L


ZIi~U


1

1.~~~


1-..~


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Maryland.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Maryland.
New York.
California.*
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Illinois.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Do.
Do.


24


......







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive- Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


O ERMANY-Continued
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parietintus..
Aphelenchus avenae ---------
Ascochyia conorum......
Ceratostomella fimbriata.......
Cumminsiella sanguinca ......
Diplodina salicis.........
Ditlylenchus dipsaci --.--
Do------------------
Do--------------
Do ..--.. --. ---
Do -----------.. -------
Do---------..
Do--.--- ..-- .-.- ..
Do-. -----------
Oloeosporiutm concentricum _
Alacrophoma candoltei .........
Melampsora pinitorqua .......
Afonilia fructigena......
Pratylenchus pratensis ........
Puccinia allii -----------
Scterotinia fruicgena..........
Sclerotintia laxa...............
Do ----. ----.-------
Septoria acicola------...............
Septoria cthrysa nthemella......
Urocystis colchici-..........
Verlicilliurn atbo-atru m.......
Volulella buzi........
GREECE
Insects:
Bruchvs enri (Bruchidae)....
CaUlirhytis plandium (Cynipi-
dae).
Ceratilis capitala (MIediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Do- --. --.---
Laspeyresia sptendava (Ole-
threutidae).
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae). -
Do.---.-....-..- -
Diseases:
Bacterium savastanoi -- ------
Puccinia mayorii -----.............
Selerotium repiporum. ---
Uroriyces fabae--......
GRENADA
Disease.:
Prat Ii nch us pratensis........
GUATEMAI.A
Insects:
Anastrepha lvdenrs (Mexican
fruitfly).
Do----.-- ----------.. .
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae).
Do._---- ---- -
Antillocoris delineata (Lygaei-
dae).
Antillocoris picturata (Ly-
gaeidne).
113990-39----4


Host


Coiwallaria rnajalis (lily-
of-t he-valley).
Trhfolium sp. (clover) -.--
Picea ezcelsa (Norway
spruce).
Daucus carota (carrot)----
Afahonia aquifolium (Ore-
gon hollygrape).
Ralix sp. (willow) -----
Allium cepa (onion).------
Colchicum sp-.- -- --
Convallaria majalis (lily-
of-the-valley).
Helenium sp--------------
Solanum tuberosum........
do ------.--..--
do------ -------
do.------------------
Brassica oleracea capitaia.. -
Buzus sempervirens (box).
Pinus montana mughus....
Mfalus si lrestris (apple) -
Convallaria majatis (lily-of-
the-vailley).
A Ilium porrum (leek)...
Afalus sylrestris-...........
do.-------------
Pyris coimunis (pear) ----
Pinus sp. (pine) --------
Chrysanthemum sp-------
Colchicum sp--- -----
Beta rulgaris (beet)-----
Buxussp. (box).........


In box of seeds including
sweet peas.
Quercus sp. (valonia)----
Cydonia oblonga (quince) --
Pyrus communis (pear)-..-.
Castanea sp. (chestnut)--....


Malus sylvestris (apple)--- ----
Pyrus communis (pear)_ ....


Olea europaea (olive).-----.
Sideritis theezans_.. .
Allium ceva (onion)_.....
Vicia saliva (vetch)-....---


Dioscorea sp. (yam) --.-...


Achras sapota (sapodilla).-_
Citrus sinensis (orange)--....-
.----dc---------------------
Maagiufera indica (mango) -
Odonfoglossum grande (or-
chid).
Cattieya skinneri (orchid)--


Collected in-


1 1 1-- 1-i1


1 -------- ----
41 ...........
------ 1---- ---


25

1
1"!


6f
1


I
I


. .


I I----


-------- New York.


Do.
Do.
Alabama.
New York.
Do.
Alabama.
District of
lumbia.
New York.


Co-


District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
MNssaIchuset ts.
Pennsylvanis.
Texas.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.
Pen nsylvnia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
New York.


Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Massachuset t s.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Do.


Pennsylvania.
Louisana.
Florida."
South Carolina.
California.*
Do.*


25


w m m


------. --- 2 ....








26 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest




GUATEMALA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Antillocoris picturata (Ly-
gaeidae).
Aphetea inconspicua (Mem-
bracidae).
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Bephrata cubensis soursopp
chalcid).
Chrysomphalus alienus (Coo-
cidae).
Conotrachelus sp. (Curculion-
idae).
Cosmopolites sp. (Curculion-
idae).
Eurycipitia vestitus (Miridae)-
Macrosiphum luteum (aphid)-
Do----------------
Do ------------------
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do -------------
Do--. --------------
Do.------..-----------
Do-..---.------------ ----
Metamasius sericeus carbona-
rius (Curculionidae).
Do...----------------
Do-- ------
Mordellistena sp. (MEordelli-
dae).
Parmenonta valid (Ceram-
bycidae).
Physonota citrinella (Chryso-
melidae).
Pseudoparlatoria ostreata (Coc-
cidae).
Do-----------
Do----------------
Diseases:
Colletotrichum orchidearum- ...---
Phyitlosticta stanhopeae --.----
Pleospora neottiae.............
HAITI
Insects:
Anastrepha mombinpraeop-
tans (Trypetidae).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)-.-
Aspidiotus .estruclor (Cocci-
dae).
Callosobruchvs chinensis (Bru-
chidae).
Collabismcdes cubae (Curcu-
lionidae).
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Do----------------
Pseudaonidia ;rilobitiformis
(Coccidae).
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae)
Do.-----------------
Diseases:
Cercospora nicotianae........
Colletotrichu m falcau m.......


Host


Oncidium splendidum (or-
chid).
Lycaste skinneri (orchid)---
Epidendru m sp. (orchid). -
Annona muricala soursopp)
Cattleya skinneri (orchid)-.
Persea americana (avoca-
do).
Musa sp. (banana)------
Oncidium carendishianum
(orchid).
Lycaste skinneri (orchid) --
Oncidium sphacelatum (or-
chid).
do- -----------
Banana debris---------
----do-- -------
---.--do---. ---------
-..-- do---. -------------
Musa sp. (banana)..-..---
Banana debris ----------
--- do--. -------
Musa sp. (banana)-------
Orchid -------------

Oncidium splendidum (or-
chid).
Oncidium cavendishianum
(orchid).
Cattleya bowringiana (or-
chid).
Laeliasuperbiens (orchid) -
Oncidium splendidum (or-
chid).
Cattleya sp. (orchid) .--..-
Orchid---------
...-do.. --------


Mangifera indica (mango) -
-..--do .--------. --.-..-----
Cocos nucifera (coconut)_..
Cajanus indicus (pigeon-
pea).
Capsicum annuum........
Annona muricata soursopp)
Poinciana regia (royal
poinciana).
Mangifera indica ...........
Saccharum officinarum-..
.-...do--.... -------
Nicotiana tabacum (tobac-
co).
Saccharum officinarum-...


Number of intercep-
tions in-


1
1
1


1




1
1
1
1
8
23
3
10
1
9
3
I

1
1
1




1


I


1


4
1




2
1



IT


I


1
2








1



1


Collected in-


California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Pennsylvania.
California.*

Do.*
Alabama.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
Alabama.
Louisiana.
Mar-yland.
South Carolina.
Alabama.
Louisiana.
South Carolina.
Alabama.
California.*
Do.*

Do.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
California.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*


Puerto Rico.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Maryland.
Florida.*
New York.
Do.
Florida.*








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


27


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive--Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


HAWAiU
Insects:
Caryedon Juscuas (Bruchidae).
Do ----------................
Do----------------
Do-------------------
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Do----------------
Do-------------------
Ceroplasteu rubens (Coccidae) -
Coccus viridi9 (Coccidae)----
Dacus cucurbitae (melonfly) --.
Do.----------------

Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (white-
fly).
Ereuneti flavistriata (sugar-
cane bud worm).
Do------.-------------
Ereundtis minuscule (Tinei-
dae).
Lampides badetica (Lycaenidae)
Do----------------------
Do----------------
Lepidosaphea auriculata (Coc-
cidae).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Cocci-
dae).
Do...------------------
Lepidosaphes uniloba (Cocci-
dae).
Maruca testululis (bean pod
borer).
Do-----------------
Do----------------
Do ..................
Do -------------
Parlatoria croton is (Coccidae)
Partatoria mytilaspifarmis
(Coccidae).
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Cocci-
aae).
Pseudaonidia testerata (Cocci-
dae).
Paeudococcua kyaunhiae (Coc-
cidae).
Do ----................-----
Do ----------
Ripersia palmarum %Cocci-
dse).
Do----. ---------
Sternot hetvs mangiferae (man-
go weevil).
Taeniothrips hawaiiensis
(thrips).
Do -------................-
Do ---------- --------
Do---------
Do -.--------
Do..--------
Do----------------
Do-....-------
Do ---------
Do---------


Host


Caasia flstula (golden-show-
er).
Cassia grandis (pink-show-
er).
Erglthrina monosperma.....
Seed pod -------------
Coffea arabica (Arabian
coffee).
Coffea sp ---------------
Mangifera indica (mango) -
Alyxia olivaeformis (ruaile)-
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-
Sphagnum moss packing
with soil around palm
trees.
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Ananas sativus -.-----
Cocos nuciJera (coconut)- -
A nanas sativus. --------
Canavalia sp----------
Cak tropis gigantea......-----
Flower lei-----------------
Cadiaeurm sp. (croton)_...
--- do-------.. --------
..-..do ------------------
A lyzia olivaeform is mailee).
Canaralia sp ----------
Diodclea violacea (Mauna-
loa).
Flower leis-------------...........---
Phaseoluo sp. (string bean)-
Codiaeum sp. (croton)-.---
.-..-do --------------
Hibiscus sp --------------
--- do-----------------
Cereus sp. (cactus).....-------
Codiaeum sp. (croton)-..
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Cocos nucifera (coconut) ---
Palm---------------------
Mangifera indica (mango).
Caltotropis iganiea -----.......
Cassia alata (ringworm
cassia).
DianthuB sp. (carnation).
Flower leis------.-------
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Jasminum samba: (Ara-
bian jasmine).
Plumeria acutifolia (Mexi-
can frangipani).
Tagetes sp. (marigold)----
Zingiber mioga -----------
Zingiber officinale (ginger).


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0
L.







1
Q



















5

4
1

















1






3
1








1
1


I 1-.--I --1---


Collected in-


I


I



















I


.Jane 1937


California.*

Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.
Do.*
Do.'

Do.*
Do.'
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*

Washington.
California.
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do *
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do.*








28 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host W Collected in-
pest t
0 03 W- M
4...
A S
I 3 3


HAWAII-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Taeniothrips simplex (gladio-
lus thrips).
Do-- ---- ----
Do-----------
Diseases:
Uromyces alyxiae.----- .
Do ------------

HONDURAS
Insects:
Anastrepha ludens (Mexican
fruitfly).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae).

Do----
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Mfarmara sp. (Qracilariidae)-
Tfctamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do ..--------
Do .--------..----..
Do-------.-...----...-...
Do_ -------
Do -----------....-
Do-- -------
Do-------........-.-...-.....
Metamasius sericeus carbona-
rias (Curculionidae).
Do -----------....-
Do ----------
Stenoma cotenifer (avocado
seed moth).

HUNGRY
Insects-
Bruchus brachialis (hairy-
vetch bruchid).
Do----------
Do.-_ .. .
Do -...---..-...----.
Do -------------..
Do ----- ----
Do...---..............
Do -------...-...--...
Do---..........------
Do --- .....---.----
Do.---..................
Do--..................-
Do ---...------------
Do....... .---.........
Do-......--- ------ -...
Do-.-..----......- ...
Do..--..--.............
Bruchkus luteicornis (Bruchi-
dae).
Bruchus tristiculue (Bruchi-
dae).
Chlorochroa juniperina (Pen-
tatomidae).
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae)--.
Pyrausta nuhilalis (European
corn borer).
Sitona inops (Curculionidae).

Diseases:
Phragmidium disciflorum.....


Dianthus sp. (carnation).. ------

Flower leis---------- ------
Gladiolus sp...--------- .. ------

Alyxzla olivaeformis--------.........---......
Leaf leis ..-------........ ------


Mangifera indica (mango) -

Chrysophyllum cainito(star-
apple).
Eugenia jambos(rose-apple).
Cocos nucifera (coconut) -.. -

-....do-..---- --


1 --- ..-


2


Theobroma cacao (cacao)_ ...-......- 1 ----I
Banana debris ------------ ..--.----


--.--do ..--- --.-----------
...............do ..........
-----do -.--.--- ---
.....do-..--...-...-...
----do ----------------
.----do ..........------..
Musa sp. (banana)------
----- do .-- ------------
Banana debris-..--........

---.-do --.........---..
.---do-.. ------
Persea americana (avocado)



Vicia sativa (spring vetch) -

Vicia viUllosa (hairy vetch) -
.---. do---------....
---.do--....................
--..do .....................
---------------do-----------
-----do-----------------
---- do -- - -
Vicia sp. (vetch)..........
----- do -.-. ------------

---. do.......-..............
--.- do ----------....-
..--- do --.....---------
--- --do -.....--- ... .-
.--..do ------...........d
-.-.- do -----........ .--
--..do-....---- --
Vicia grandiflora......

Vicia sp. (vetch) ...--...


7
2
1
5
7
1
1
1

3
2




I

3
2
3
1
5
8
5
1

1
4
1
5
4
3
3
1

1


Ju niperus sp---....---..---I-


PVrus communism (pear)-.-
Holcus sorghum var.
(broomcorn).
Panicum miliaceum (mil-
let).


-- ----EI ---I --


.---I::


... 'I ..


California.*

Do.*
Do.*

Do.*
Do.*


New York.

Alabama.

Louisiana.
Do.

Pennsylvania.

Louisiana.
Alabama.

Louisiana.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
South Carolina.
Texas.
Alabama.
Maryland.
Alabama.

Louisiana.
Texas.
South Carolina.



Maryland.

Alabama.
Florida.*
Georgia.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
New York.
Virginia.
Alabama.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
South Carolina.
Virginia.
Maryland.

Alabama.

New York.

Do.
Do.

Maryland.


Rosa sp ................... ..........


I I.--.- New York







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to J
inclusive-Continued


29


une 30, 1937,


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected In-
pest W
tt = M [C
I.or -A~S


INDIA
Insects:
Aphanus sordidus (Lygaeidae)
Aspidiotus destructor (Cocci-
dae).
Aspidiotus excisus (Coccidae).
Bruchus dentipes (Bruchidae).

Bruchus emarginatus (Bru-
chidae).
Do-..-..................
Do......................-
Callosobruchus analis (Bru-
chidae).
Do......................
Do......................
Callosobruchus c h i n e n si s
(Bruchidae).
Do-....-. ..............
Do ------..----.
Do-...--.. ...---.......

Do----------------
Do--.------........-
Do---- -............
Do --- .-...- ....-....
Callosobruchus phaseoli
(Bruchidae).
Do..----.---...........
Callosobruchus theobromae
(Bruchidae).
Do ----..........--......
Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae) -
Do -----.-----...-..
Do.---- -. .------ ..
Do -.........--- -- ..
Do---------....-
Ceropla8tes rubens (Coccidae).
Cylas formicarius (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Euspermophagus aublftineatus
(Bruchidae).
dleterobostrychus aequalis (Bos-
trichidae).
Do ------------- -..
Lophocateres pusillus (Sia-
miese grain beetle).
Minthea rugicolis (Lyctidae)-
Parlatoria blanchardi (Parla-
toria date scale).
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae).
Psylliod es chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Sinoxlon mconigerum (Bostri-
chidae).
Diseases:
Anguina tritici --.-...........
Tilletia horrida...............

IRELAND
Insects:
Berytus geniculatus (Neidi-
dae).
Emphytusi dunctus (sawfly)-..-
Do----------- -..--
Do -----------..--..


Oryza satfiva (rice).-----
Palm....------..--.
Cypripedium suavessimum
(orchid).
Vicia faba (lava bean)....

Pisum sativum (pea)-----
Pisum sativum arnense ....
Pisum sp---------
Phaseolus aureus mungg
bean.)
Vigna seaguipedalis (aspar-
agus-bean).
Vigna sinensis (cowpea)-_-
Cajanus sp........

Lens esculenla (lentil).. -.-
Phaseolus aurea mungg
bean).
----do -- --- ---------
Pisum sativum (pea).-----
Soja max (soybean).....---
Vigna cylindrica...........
Vigna sinensis (cowpea).---
Dolichos lablab (lablab)....--
Pisum sativum (pea)------
Cajanus indicus (pigeon
pea).
S&a max (soybean)-----
Acacia senegal...........
Allium sativum (garlic)-....--
Bauhinia tomentosa (St.
Thomas tree).
Casuia fistula (golden-
shower).
Terminalia arjuna .........
Palm....--...-----
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Ipomoea purpurea (morn-
ing-glory).
Wood.........----------......
-- do --............---- ...---
Allium satirum (garlic)--....-
Unknown wood in pack-
ing boxes.
Palm fiber of basket..---.
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Brassica rapa (turnip)_...
Wood-...-------.---

Triticum aestivum (wheat)-

Oryza sativa (rice).----


Trifolium repens vat.
(shamrock).
Rosa chinensis manetti .....
.....----do ..-.....----.......-
------do ---------------


1
1
1





























2'


2

1
1.. 1













I


I -
-- 6.-


1

































.i-


.-.-. .- 1 -.. ..

-- ---- ----
1-- --------
I...1-.--- -


New York.
Do.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Illinois.
Virginia.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*

New York.
Virginia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.

California.*

District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.


New York.
Pennsylvania.*
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.








30 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


IRELAND-Continued
Insects--Continued.
Megopthalmus scanicu4 ((Cic-
adellidae).
Do.-----------------
Orthezia cataphracta (Cocci-
dae).
Taeniothrips atratus (thrips).-
Thrips flarus (thrips) --------
Thrive fuscipennis (thrips)-..-
Diseases:
Phyllachora trifolii ----------
Pseudopeziza medicaginuis......
Pseudopeziza trifolii.......--
Sclerptinia laxa..............-
ISLE OF MAN
Insects:
Lochmaea suturali8 (Chryso-
melidae).
Myzus ornatus (aphid).-----.-

ITALY
Insects:
Aleurolobus marlatti (white-
fly).
Aleyrodes brassicae (whitefly).
Do--------------------
Apion carduorum (Curcu-
lionidae).
Brachycerus albidentatus
(Curculionidae).
Bruchidius villosus (Bru-
chidae).
BruchuZs lentis (Bruchidae) ---
D o...--- .----------------
Bruchus signaticornis (Bru-
chidae).
Do.------------
Bruchus trisliculus (Bru-
chidae).
Bruchus tristis (Bruchidae) -
Cacoecia podana (Tortricidae) -
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Do..----..------..........------
Do .. ..............-------
Do---------------
Ceroplastes rucsi (Coccidae)_
Ceroplastes sinensis (Coc-
cidae).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Do---......-----..........
Do----------
D o-----------------------
Do---------------------
Do------------------
Do----.....---....-..---
Do-----------------

Do -......-----------..
Dacus oleae (olive fruitfly) ---....
Emphylus cinctus (sawfly)....
Frankliniella intonsa (thrips)-

Onorimofchema ocellatella
(Gracilariidae).


Host


Trifolium repens var.
(shamrock).
--- do -..... -----....
Grevillea ju n iperin a........
Dianth us sp. (carnation) .-_
--do---------
---do-..------
Trifolium repens var.
(shamrock).
---- do.. ------------.
---do .-----------...... --
MaiUs sYlrestris (apple) ....


Calluna vulgaris (heather)..-


Debris around
plant.


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0

L)


I----


. 4 --- I----
-1 -- -- ---
------ ---- 1 I...-- ---


heather ..- I----


Citrus sp. (leaf) -. --- -....
Beta vulgaris cicta (chard) -- -.---
Brassica oleracea capitata.........
Cynara scolymus (globe .--.-
artichoke).
A Ilium sativum (garlic).... --

Laburnum alpinum --
(Scotch laburnum).
ILens esculenta (lentil) .-------
....do.--..-----------.. .
--.- do-.-. ---. ..............
..--do ---..------------.. 1
Bean --.--....... .......


Vicia sp. (vetch)--------
AMalus sylrestris (apple) -
Citrus n o b i Ii s deliciosa
(tangerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange)- .-
Diospyros sp. (persimmon)
Paper packing in crate of
tangerines.
Ficus carica (fig)..--------
Citrus sp.-------------


Camellia japonica (camel ---.....-
lia).
Citrus limonia (lemon)........ -
----do----------------- -----
.. --..do----------- ...................------
Citrus sinensis (orange). -- --
..- do -........ .---- ---
.. ---do.--.--.-.------ -- --
Laurus nobilis (Grecian ......
laurel).
Palm-------- .....................
Oleaeuropaea (olive) ------- 5
Rosa sp -- -...------. ----- ----.
Cichorium inftybus (es- ......
carole).
Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss ----.....
chard).


- -I --I ----


{....'.'. ..'.. i
------ --- ---
...... ---

------ ----
..... .. I 1
........1


Collected in-


Maryland.

New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Massachusetts.
Do.
Do.
New York.

Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.


Do.

Do.


Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.

Massachusetts.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.
Do.
Do

Do.
Do.

Louisiana.

Maryland.
New York.
Washington.
Michigan. -
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
New York.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pest
3 0
kj g D O


ITALY-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Lape rueia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do-------------------
Do-----------------
Do---------- -------
Leucaspis pusilla (Coccidae) -
Myzus ornatus (aphid) .- ----
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae) --
Do-------------------
Do------.----------
Do.-----------------
PaTrlatoria camellia (Coc-
cidae).
Do .--------------
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
Do----------------
Do-------------------
Do----------------
Do ------------................
Do----------------
Do-------------------
Do-----.--------------
Do------.-------------
Do--..--- -----------
Do...--- ---------------
Philophylla heraclei (celery
fly).
Pieris brassicae (Pieridae) ..
Pseuidaonidia paeoniae (Coc-
cidae).
Psylliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
Do------------------

Pyausta nubilalis (European
corn borer).
Do ---------
Do .... ...............

Do.--- ..--.....-
Sesamia cretica durraa stem
borer).
Sitotna humeralis (Curculioni-
dae)
Taeniothrips croceicollis
(thrips).
Thrips angusticeps (thrips)..--
Do--................--
Do.--- ....-..........-
Thrips nigropilosus (thrips)-.
Do.--- -----
Trichius zonatus (Scarabaei-
dae).
Trypetid ------------

Diseases:
Atternaria dianthi...........
Asochyta lcopersici ..........
Botrytis nulgaris...u ...-
Cercospora foeniculi -_ ...
Coniothyrium ruscicola........


Castanea sp. (chestnut)--....-
--- ...do------------------
---- do --..--------------
-----do --...........------
Pinu sp. (pine)--------
Petroselinum hortense
(parsley).
Malus sylvestris (apple) -
.....do --- .-- --------------
Pyrus communis (pear)--....
Sorbus sp. (sorbe apple) --
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
---. do -----------------.
Citrus limonia (lemon) .-..
-----do---------------
..-----do---------------
----do .d -------------
.--- do -------..... .-
...-.do ---------------
Citrus nobilis deticiosa (tan-
gerine).
...----do------.. ---------
Citrus sinensis (orange) -
... -----do------------------
----. do---..---.- --------
Apium graveotens (celery) -


Brassica oleracea botrytis -
broccoli).
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Brassica oleracea botrytis -
(cauliflower).
Brassica oleracea ilalica .
(white-sprouting broc-
coli,.
Capsicum annuum------........-
--...do..... .--- ------ .
Holcus sorghum var.
(broomcorn).
Zea mays (corn)---........-
Holcus sorghum var------

Lactuca saliva (lettuce)....--.


Agave sp --- -
CGnara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Lactuca saliva (lettuce)....
Lactuca satlira longifolia
(Romaine lettuce).
Cichorium intybus (chicory)
Valerianella olitoria (corn-
salad).
Juglans sp. (walnut).----
Cynara scolymus (globe
artichoke).
Dianthus sp. (carnation)..
Solarium melongena (egg-
plant).
Castanea sp. (chestnut) --
Foeniculum vulgare (fen-
nel).
Ruscus sp----..- -------..


1


3 --


- --. -. .


L1::z


..3.


31


California.*
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
MassachusetLs.
New York.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
California.*
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
Virginia.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania,
Alabama.
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Do.

Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.


.. .. :







32 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


ITALY-Continued
Diseases-Continued.
Diplodiella goetheana..........
Exosporium palmirorum......
D o... . .
Fusicladiurn eriobotryae --.......
Gloeosporium apiosporium -....
Gloeosporium melongenae.....

Leptosphaeria heterospora.....
Leptosphaeria tritici----.-...
Mosaic_-- ------ -
Oidium euonymi-japonici.....
Do-----------------.......................
Do----------.......................
Phyllosticta ruscicola_.-------
Do.......................
Pratylenchus pratensis-...
Puccinia alii. ------------
Sclerotinia la .a- --- ..
Sclerotium allii.......
Sclerolium cepivorum ........
Do----_ ------------
&ptoria anthrisci-.....
Do ---------.............--
Septoria chrysanthemella---
Septoria citri................
Do ..--.-....-- -.....
Stagoncspora macrospora --..-
Uromyces betae. -------
Uromyces fabae.........
Vermicularia liliacearurn....

JAMAICA
Insects:
Aleurocanthus woglumi (citrus
blackfly).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae).
D o...... .. .
Do -----.---.........-
Bephrata cubensis (Eurytomi-
dae).
Caryedon fuscus ((Bruchidae).
Chrysomphalus dityospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Coccus riridis (Coccidae).....
D o-----. -
Euscepes batatue (West In-
dian sweetpotato weevil).
Frankliniclla cephalica Mela-
nommata (thrips).
Furcaepis biformis (Coccidae).
Ilemichicnaspis nmir.or stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Lepido.saphes lasianthi (Cocci-
dae).
Palaeopus costicullis (yam
weevil.
Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae).
Pseudischnaepis bowreyi (Coc-
cidae).
Silvanus vulgaris (Cucujidae).


Host


Chamaerops humulis (hair
palm).
Phoenix dactlifera (date)..
Palm ... .
Eriobolrya japonica (lo-
quat).
Arctostaphylos uvae-ursi
bearberryy).
Solainum 7nelongena (egg-
plant).
Iris sp---------------
Triticum aestivum (wheat).
Beta vulgarian cicla (Swiss
chard).
Eionymus japonica (ever-
green burning-bush).
Euonymus japonica varie-
gala.
Euonymus sp...... .--
Ruscvs sp-----------------
_.....do_----------------
Solanum tuberosum ........
Allium salivum (garlic) -...
Afalus sylveslris (apple)-..-
Allium sativum (garlic)-....--
Allium cepa (onion)---..--
-----do -........--......
A nthriscus cerefotium (salad.
chervil).
---. do----------....................
Chrysanthemum sp.-------
Citrus limonia (lemon).. ----
-----d o ...................
A gave sp_..- ......- ...- ...
Beta rulgaris cicla (Swiss
chard).
Vicia faba favaa bean)...
Iris sp-------------------


Citrus limetta (sweet lime)_
Mfangifera indica (mango).
-.--.do -.-.--.. .-------
-----do -.......-.- ...- ....-
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Mangijera indica (mango).
Brt'ophyllum sp-------
Coffea sp--------
Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
Mixed bouquet........----
I Phajus sp. (orchid).----...
A nnora reticulata (custard-
apple).
Codiaeum sp. (croton)....
Dioscorea sp. (yam)---......
Codiaeum sp. (croton).-..
Agave sp -....----.....--------
Attalea cohune cohunee
palm).


Collected in-


0





1


Do.
District of
lumbia.

New York.
Florida.*
Louisiana.
New York.
Florida.*

New York.
Do.
Do.
Florida.*
Louisiana.
Florida.*
District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Co-


Co-


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Virginia.
New York.

Pennsylvania.
New York.
Louisiana.
New York.
Do.
Do.


7









- .


1


------ ----
------ F-
------ ----


.'... 3







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host 0 Collected in-
pest 3a
bo a 0
o 3 m as
cB i"3 &I


JAMATCA-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Targionia hartii (Coccidae)..
Do..------
T'Vinaonia stellifera (Coccidae).

Do----....-.. ............
Do-..........-----....-..
Diseases:
Pratylethus praten -.-.-...
Rotlenchus brad g-...........

JAPAN
Insects:
Alewolobue marlatti (white-
fly).
Do----------
Awmeonomu8 redirostria (Cur-
l culionidae).
Antonina bambusae (Cocci-
dae).
Aupidaotu8 degeneratus (Cocci-
dae).
Do-----..... .-..--........
Aspidiotus transparent (Coc-
cidae).
Do --.- ----.--....-- .
Callosobruchus ademptus
(Bruchidae).
Ceroplastes rubens (Coccidae)-
Do-..-.......-- .-- ..
Do----.. ..............
Do-..-. ...-....- .....
Do-.-......----.....
Do -------..-.......-
Chile simplex (Asiatic rice
borer).
Do ---.........-- .......
Do. --------
Do-..------.--.-----
Do-...--------......-
Do-........----.....-.-..
Do ------......--- ..
( hionaspis yVanmonensis (Cocci-
Ilae).
Do...----- ........--
Do --.....-.........--- ..
Do .---.....-.......
Do -------................
Do------------- -...
Chrysomplhatlus dictdvospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Do ----------------
Do------------.-....
Do-- -------
Do----------- ----
Coccus pseudomagnoliarum
t Coccidae).
Do ----------------.
Do----- ------------
Fiorinia japonica (Coccidae)-
Fiorinia juniper (Ooccidae) -.
Fiorina theae (Coccidae)- ____


Dioscorea sp. (yam).------
Saccharum officinarum
(sugarcane).
Broughtonia anguinea (or-
chid).
Epidendrum fragrant (or-
chid).
Phajus grandifolius (or-
chid).


Dioscorea sp. (yam) ....---.
---.-do ----.-......-...---


Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinewis (orange)--....
Prunus lannesiana (hitoye
cherry).
Bamboo -..... -..-
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
..--do-----------......
Aucuba japonica (Japanese
aucuba).
Aucuba sp.................
Pueraria thunbergiana
(kudzu).
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinendsi (orange) --
EueSnymus sp---------
Fatpia japonica (fatsia) -....
Pittosporum sp---.........
Oryza sativa (rice)..---
-.... do---------------
---do------------do
-----.do-.....-----....-.......
-----do-----------------
---.-do ------------
Packing material for
flowering cherry.
Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Citrus grardis (grapefruit) -
Citrus nobilis deliciosa
(mandarin orange).
Citrus nobilis delidciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinenwis (orange) -..--
--- do---------
Aspidistrasp ..........--------------
--.--do_------------
Buxus sp. (box)_-------
Fatsia japonica (fatsia) --....-
lex sp. (holly).. ----
Aralia sp -..........
Citrus aurantifelia (lime) -
Citrus sinensis (orange) -
PAnus sp. (dwarf pine) _-
Cephalotarussp ----------
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).


1
3;
3


I


IIIi~I


New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.

New York.
Do.


Washington.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
California.*
Do.*


District of
lumbia.
Maryland.


Co-


Washington.
Do.
Louisiana.
Washington.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Louisiana.
Maryland.
New York.
Washington.
Do.
Maryland.
California.0
Washington.
California.*
Do.*
Washington.
Maryland.
New York.
Washington.
Louisiana.
Washington.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
Washington.


33







34 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host C Collected in-
pest H" C.
obca C D
W bafl


JAPAN-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Frankliniella fcrmosae
(thrips).
Homoeogryllus japonicus(Gryl-
lidae).
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Lepidcaaphes camelliae (Coc-
cidae).
Do-..---.....-.......--...
Lepidosaphes conchiformis
(Coccidae).
Do.............-.......--
Do.............-- -
Leucspis japonica (Coccidae)
Do.......................
Do--.-. ...............
Maruca testulali8 (bean pod
borer).
Megastigmus cryptomeriae
(Callimomidae).
AfMorganella longispina (Coc-
cidae).
Parlatoria camelliae (Coc-
cidae).
Do.......................
Parlatoria theue (Coccidae) -
Do......................-
Do..------........---
I irkloria zizipius (Coccidae)
Do-.. -..---...-........
D o__ . .
Poliaspis pini (Coccidae)..---
D o.. . .
Popillia japonica (Japanese
beetle).
Pseudaonidia duplex (cam-
phor scale).


Braseica chiaensis (Chi-
nese cabbage).
In cage....----------..........
Castanea sp. (chestnut) -.
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
.---do-..............-------
Diospyroe sp. (persimmon).
Diospyros kaki (Japanese
persimmon).
Euonymus sp-.........-------
Diospyros sp.. -..----..--.
Euonymus alatus subtri-
florus.
Prunus glandulosa (flow-
ering almond).
Phaseolussp. (string bean)
Cryptomeria j a poni c a
(cryptomeria).
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
---.-do --..----........

----- do .--.------....
Acer sp..--------------.
-----do ----------.....
Euonymus sp--------
Citrus grandis (grapefruit) -
Citrus sinensis (orange)--....
Citrus sp _-- --- -
Pinus sp. (dwarf pine)-- ....
Pinus sp. (pine)------
Soil-.--------------...

Acer sp--------------..................


Do...------------------........ Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Do--.....-----------------...... ----.do .....-.........
Do-......----------------.........-----do--.... ---- .
Do.-----------------....................- Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
Do----------------.......................-----do..--....--.......
Do----------------........................----- do-----.....---..---.---.
Do --.---------------....... Citrus nobilis deliciosa
(mandarin orange).
Do------------------...................... ----do ----
Do--------- ------- -----do-.. -------..
Do----------------....................... -----do........-........
Do---- --------.------ Citrus nobilis deliciosa
(tangerine).
Do-------------------....................-- ..... do--.......-..--
Do---------------------.......................-...- do ---...---
Do---------------------....................... ..... do-.....-----
Do-.......------------------.............. Citrus nobilis unshiu (Sat-
suma orange).
Do---------------------............................do ---.-.....
Do--------. --..--------.... Citrus sinensis (orange). --
Do........... ..---------------------...do-..... ---
Do---------------------........................... do .--- ---
Do ---. ----------------............. .....do..............-
Do---------------------............................ do-..-.----
Do......---------------- -----do....................
Do---------------------............................ do .--.------
Do....................... ------------------Citrus sinensis junos (Jap-
anese orange).
Do -------------------.....................-- ..... do-...---...---
Do --.----------------.............. Citrus sp.-...----.....--....


1
1


7
1.-


4


.. .... ..... ._ 2 ....
--.. ---- ---.
---- I ---- ---- --


Maryland.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Washington.
California.'
Massachusetts.
Washington.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Maryland.
Washington.
Illinois.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.
California.*
Washington.
Do.
California.*
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Alabama.

Washington.

Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York. 4
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
California.*
Michigan.
Oregon.
Washington.
California.*

Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Washington.
California."
Louisiana.
Maryland.
New York.
Oregon.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pesta
So maw
^ s s


JAPAN-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Pseudaonidia duplex (cam-
phor scale).
Do.-- -------
Do_- -------
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Coc-
cidae).
Do-..-............--..
Do.--. ......- ....

Do.----- ----
Do-...--....-..........
Pmudococcus filamentosus
(Coccidae).
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Coc-
cidae).
Psychid-.-----------..--
Do----------
Do.-......-- ...........
Do-- ........---.......
Do.--.-----------...
Pyrausta nubilalis (European
corn borer).
Tortricid-.----------...----
Do ---------
Do -.----...-- .....---
Do ----.. .--...--
Vesiculaphis caricis (aphid) -.
Diseases:
Aphelenchoidea parietinus.....-
Do.......................
Do.......................
Do-. -------
Do ---- -
Bacterium citri --------
Do--------..--.-....
Do.--..-....- ..........
Do--- ------------...
Do...--..........
Do ------- -..-- .---.-
Do ----------
Do .--....................
Do__
Botrytis elliptica.......
Cephalosporiu m pa mmelii
purpurascens.
Colletotrichu m archidearum. _
Diaporthe batatis -....------
Diplodiella oryzae .............
Gloeodes pomigena......
Monochaetia paeoniae.........
Mfycosphaerella moutan.---...
fMyceosphaerella schoenoprasi.- -
Do.-----..-............

Do ----.... ....----
Do.----. .-....- .......
Do..------....------
f Mycosphaerella hiraiavna .....
Oidium euonymi-japonici ...
Do ------- -.----...
Do.-----..----------
Pestalozzia batatae......--..
Phaecseptoria oryzae (?)..--.
Phoma glumarum............
Phomnopsis batatae...ac.


Codiaeum sp. crotonn) -.-
Diospyros sp. (persimmon) -
Azalea sp.........
...----. do-..................---------------
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
..- do-..........-----.....-


Rhododendron indicum..... 1
Diospyros sp. (persimmon) ......


Citrus limonia (lemon) -...---
Aucuba sp--------
Cedrus sp. (cedar) ---
Fatsiajaponica (fatsia).....
Magnolia sp...............
Prunus sp. (flowering
cherry).
Zea mays (corn)--------

Azalea sp------------
---- do -----------
Euonymus sp -_ ----
Taxus sp. (yew) --------
Azalea sp-------------
Chrysanthemum sp----- __
Colocasia esculenla (taro) -_.
Lilium sp. (lily) ----------
-----do-------------- --
Zingiber officinale (ginger).
Citrus nobilis (king orange)
Citrus sinensis (orange) --....
-----do.-----------------
----- do ..-.--........-----
-----do ----.----------
-----.do.----.-...-..--...--.....
Citrus sp -----------
------- ----.-do. -- ..-
Liliumsp. Oily)-----------
Atalus sylvestris (apple) -
Cymbidium sp. (orchid)...-
Ipomoea batalas (sweet-
potato).
Oryza salira (rice)-------
Mfalus. sylreslris (apple) -
Paeonia moutan var..----
-----do -.....-.....---- ..
A Uiv m cepa (onion).......-
Allium ftslulosum (Welsh
onion).
Allium porrum (leek)..
- ----do --- .....-...----.
----.do ---.---.-.----------
Oryza saliva (rice)-------
Euonymusjaponicus (ever-
green burningbush).
Euonymusjaponicus varie-
gala.
Euonymus sp--_ ---
Ipomoea batalas (sweet-
potato).
Oryza saliva (rice) ..-----.
...do.------ -----
Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).


- ---Y 111171


1


1




1
....-


!


2


1


Citrus sp---------.-------I---


35


Oregon.
Louisiana.
California.*
Do.'
Hawaii.*
California.'
District of Co,
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Washington.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Hawaii.*
Washington.
Do.
Do.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Pennsylvania.
SCalifornia.*
Washington.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
California.*
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
Washington.
Maryland.

California.*
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Do.*
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
California.*

Washington.
Do.
Pennsylvan'a.
New York.
Do.
Do.


- .-I ...- I








36 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host W- Collected in-
pest 9 &.
3 03 CD e
b be ff c.. 2
to as 0
O ~ mz


JAPAN-Continued
Diseases-Continued.
Pratylenchus pratensis--------
Sclerotinia fructicola....--..-
Sclerotiopsis lestudinea--------
Do-----......--- ..--.-
Do-...-. .............
TiUletia horrida --------------
Uromyces lespedezae-procum-
bentis.
Ustilago escule nta -----.........---
JAVA
Insects:
Fiorinia proboscidaria (Coc-
cidae).
Maruca testvlalis (bean pod
borer).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
Do--------
Do ---........--.......
Pseudococcus lilacinus (Coc-
cidae).
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).

KENYA
Insects:
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
LIBERIA
Insects:
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).

MADEBIRA ISLANDS
Insects:
Sesamia cretica durraa stem
borer).
Tineid..---.-----.----.------

Diseases:
Septoriafructigena (?)...--...-
MALTA
Insects:
Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
MEXICO
Insects:
Aceratagallia sordida (Cica-
dellidae).
Do---..-..-- .------------
Acroleucustullus (Lygaeidae).

Aeotlus pulchellus (Elateri-
dae).
Do ----------------
Do------- ---------
Do ... .............------
Do....--------------
Agallia product (Cicadelli-
dae).
Do -----------------
Aleurolobus marlatti (white-
fly).
Allocoris interrupt (Cydni-
dae).
Amnestus pusio (Cydnidae)--


Colocasia esculentsa (taro)._
Matus sylvestria (apple) -
Paeonia moutan var-..---
Paeonia suffruticosa (tree
peony).
do ---------...............
Oryza saliva (rice)---------
Lespedeza formosa (purple
bushclover).
Zizania sp. (wildrice)-..


Citrus limonia (lemon)... -
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-
Citrus limonia.----------
..-do ---------------
Citrus sinensis (orange) ----
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -
Coffea sp..-- -----------


2
2


Coffea sp--------------I--...-


Coffea sp --------------.-...... ------




Saccharum officinarum .-.-. ------
Camellia japonica (camel- ----
lia).
Passiflora sp. (passion------
flower).

On paper wrapping ----.....--
around apples.


Antirrhinum majua (snap- -----
dragon).
LactUCa sativa (lettuce)---- ------.......
Camellia japonica (camel- 1
I lia).
'Alliu m sativum (garlic) ---- ------
On bag of bagasse...........------ ------
Bean-..----------------- ------
Lycopersicum escule'ntum.. 1
Soil around potted plant-------
Lactuca saltiva...----------------

Raphanus sativus (radish).....----
Citrus svnensfs (orange)---------
Antirrhinum majus (snap- 1
dragon).
----do..-------.-----------


S1 ----


---li--i--


2.......
1 -------
2---- ---

1--- ----



1------- ----
1-------
1- .-----




-- ---- ----
i ---- ----
1I ........


Virginia.
Pennsylvania.
California.*
Do.*
Washington.
New York.
Washington.
New York.


Massachusetts.
California.*
Do.*
Massachusetts.
California.*
New York.
Do.



Do.



Do.




Do.

Massachusetts.

New York.


Do.



Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.








June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
Post bo
S. W
O Zaw
XC CDs


MEXICO-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Amorbia emigratelle (Tortric-
idae).
Anaphothrips orchidaceous
(thrips).
Do -------- --------
Do---------------
Anastrepha ludens (Mexican
fruitfly).
Do.----------------
Do----------------
Do-------------------
Do....----------
Do----------------
Do---------------
Do----------------
Do.........-------------
Do.-------------------
Do....-----------
Do. ------------
Do ----------
Do-----------
Do- ------------
Do-----...........------
Do..----------.
Do---- ------
Antastrepha striata (Trypeti-
dae).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)-
Do.....----------.
Do.------------.-
Do ----- --------
Do ------------
Do--- --------------
Do----..-----.-----
Do -----------
Do-----------------
Do---------------
Do--------------------
Do------__ --
Do--..------.......-..--.......
Anopliomorpha reticollUis (Cer-
ambycidae).
Anthonomus grandis var.
(Curculionidae).
Antillocoris pictura'a (Ly-
gaeidae).
Asphondylia opuntiae (cactus
fruit gallfly).
Aspidiotuspalmae (Coccidae).

Aspidious persearum (Cocci-
dae).
Aspidiotus spinot1s (Cocci-
dae).
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Ataxia hubbardi (Cerambyci-
dae).
Bephrata cubensis soursopp
chalcid).
Ceratocombutms ereol a t us
(Cryptostemmatidae).
Do.----------. ---------


Gardenia florida (Cape-


jasmine).
Laelia sp. (orchid)-.....------


Orchid -----.... ------.-
Viola sp. (violet)--------
Amygdalus persica (peach).
Annona cherimola (cheri-
moya).
Casimiroa edulis (white-
sapote).
Citrus aurantjum (sour
orange).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit) -
---.do ..............--------------
Citrus limetta (sweet lime).
Citrus nobilis deliciosa tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange).--.-
.----do -............--------
Cydonia oblonga (quince)..
Mammea americana (ma-
mey).
Mangifera indica (mango)_
Mangoes in railway car (2
interceptions).
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Psidium gunjara (guava)--
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Pyrus communis (pear)....
Psidiuwm guajava (guava)_-
Achras sapola (sapodilla). .
A mygdalus persica (peach).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
Citrus limetta (sweet lime).
Citrus sinensis (orange)....
Mfalus sylvestris (apple)--....
MAammea americana (ma-
mey).
.fangifera indica (mango).
Mangoes in railway car (2
interceptions).
Psidium guajara (guava)..
.--- do....--- .-----------
Pyrus communis (pear)....
Sapote..----------------..
Allium satirum (garlic)-- -

Go8sypium sp. (seed cot-
ton).
Mammillaria sp. (cactus)_.
Cactus--------------..-
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
---.. -do .....----------......
____ do --------.----------
Orchid -----------..............
Quercua sp. (oak)--------
Annona muricata (-oursop)
Lacturea sativa (lettuce)-.. -.


1
1
6


Zea mays (corn). ------ Do.-


37


Do.


Texas.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.

Do.
Do.
District of Ce-
lum-bia.
Texas.
Louisiana.
Texas.


1 -







38 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


'Country of origin and name of
pest


MExico-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Ceratolepis errans (Scolytidae)
Ceroputo meicanus (Coccidae)
-Chelinidea vittiger var. (Corel-
dae).
'Chilo Ioftini (Pyralidae) ..
(Cholus Cattleyarum (Curcu-
lionidae). .
'Chrytiobphalus didlrosper mi
,var. (Coccidae).
Do ------------------
Do-. -------------
Do---.-.. ----------
,Chrysomphalus lilacinus (Coc-
cidae).
'Chrysomphalus personctus
(Coccidae).
Do ...---.-----------
D o -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
Do .... ............
D o---- ---- ---- -----
*Chrysomphalus scutiformis
(Coccidaej.
'Ciradella guttata (Cicadelli-
dae).
-Cicadella pulchella (Cicadel-
lidae).
SCicadella sexlineata (Cicadel-
lidae).
-Cicadula maidis (Cicadelli-
dae).
Clastoptera funesta (Cercopi-
dae).
.Conoderus bellus var. (Ela-
teridae).
,Conotelus mexicanus (fruit
bud beetle).
D o. .---....- ...... ..... .
D o........... .
Do-------....-.........
-Conotrachelus aguacatae (Cur-
culionidae).
-Conotrachelus dimidiatus
(Curculionidae).
D o-: .---................
,Conotrachelus flavangulus
(Curculionidae).
*Coptotermes ciassus (termite).
Cosmopolites sordidus (ba-
nana root borer).
Cossonus canaliculatus (Cur-
cnlionidae).
Crocidosema plebeiana (Ole-
threutidae).
.Crophius costatus (Lygaeidae) -
Ctenochira hieroglyphic a
(Chrysomelidae).
Clenochira plicata (Chry-
somelidae).
-Ctenochira .stali (Chrysomeli-
dae).
*Ctenochira vicida (Chryso-
melidae).
Cylas formicarilus (sweetpo-
tato weevil).
Cymus virescens (Iygaeidae)--
Diabrotica tibialis (Chryso-
rrelidae).
-Dialeurodes citri (citrus white-
fly),


Host


Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Chrysanthemum sp-----
Neomammilaria sp. (cac-
tus).
Saccharum officinarum.....
Orchid ------------
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Do_--------
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Persea americana (avocado)
Quercus alba (white oak) --
Achras sapota (sapodilla)-_
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Rosa sp... ----------
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
----do------.. -----
----do...........-..- ..-
Euchlaena mexicana (teo-
sinte).
Gardenia florida -------
Ananas sativus_- ....
----do_-- ------
Gardenia .florida_...-.
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Swiefenia mahogani (ma-
hogany).
Persea americana (avocado)
Psidium guajava (guava) -

-----do- ------ ....----...--
Persea americana (avocado)
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
Banana debris ------
Ananas satipus......
Hibiscus esculentu8 (okra) -

Orchid---------- ---
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
.--.do....-- ---- -- --
.---.do...----.-------- -
---do --------------
Ipomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
Daisy.- -----------
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) --...
Citrus sp -------.............


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Collected in-


1 I I


1
1
1



1
12
2





1
3
1
1
I

I



1
1
1

1
1

1







1
1
1



1

1
1
1


1





















1


1



4

4
1





l














1

1

1


3
1





3








56
1
1
1


I


1


Texas.

Do.
Arizona.
California.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Arizo6na.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Florida.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
New York.
Texas.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
Texas.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions In-


Country of origin and name of
pest


MEXICO-Continued
Insects-C continued.
Dicaiothrips an g u ticeps
(thrips).
Do----------------
Dysdercus mimvlus (Pyrrho-
coridae).
Do-------------------
Echinothrips m e z i c a n u s
(thrips):
EpieaeruA cognatus (Curculi-
onidae).
Eiechtia sallaei (Membraci-
dae).
Forficula auricularia (Euro-
pean earwig).
Frankliniella cephalica (thrips)
Do._k -------------------

Do.------.------------
Yrankliniellafortissima (thrips)
Do----------------------
Frankliniella ingentissima
(thrips).
Frankliniella insularis (thrips)
Do.-- -- --- ---
Do --....--.--.......--....
Do ---... -----------
Do._
Do... -..--.....--.---
Do -----.---.--------------
Frankliniella williaemsi
(thrips).
Do.---------------
Do.---- -------
F.uloins anthocorides (Miridae).
Furcaspis bijormis (Coccidae)
-Gerstaeckeria mutillaria (Cur-
culionidae).
-Gnorimoschema gudmanella
(Gelechiidae).
Do -.. ....--..-..-----
Do--.......... ....
.OGnorimmchema lycopersicella
(tomato pinworm).
Do------- -------
Do .----------.. -..--
Do ---.... .......-........
Do -.-----------...
Do.. ................
Do -----------------
OGypona vulnerata (Cicadel-
lidae).
H-emichionaspis minor
strachdni (Coccidae).
Hoplophorion concinna
(Membracidao).
lsochaetothrips reticulatus
(thrips).
Do-----. -..--------.-
Lepidosaphes philocoecus
(Coccidae).
Do--.........-- ......
Do .---.. -----..-.--
Do..-.- ..--.--.....
Do---- ----


Host


Ananas sativua... .--
-----..do.-------
---.--do......-..-- ......---
Ooasypium sp. (seed cot-
ton).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Solanua m tuberosum........
Camellia japonica (camel-
lia).
Lycopersicum esculentu m
Gardenia florida _..-..
Pelargonium sp. (gerani-
um).
Rosa sp....----------------.-
Gladiolus sp -.------
I ilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Chrysanthemum sp.......
Gardenia florida.........
Orchid.--- ------
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) -
Rosa......................
Cpmbpaen sp .----------
Saccharum officinarum-....
Zea mayps (corn) -------
Citrus aurantifolia.........
Palm......................
Mammillaria pusilla (cac-
tus).
Capsicum annuum .........
.... d o .. .
Lycopersicum esculentum- -
_-d -----d-----...--......--
.----do--------------....... .
-----do -.- ...............-
----.do -- ---- --....-----
----do -
. ... do -__ .. .
Solanum 'nelongena (egg-
plant).
Garden ia florida (Cape-
Jasmine).
Citrus auranti/olia (lime).-
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
CawmeHfia j]ponica (camel-
lia).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Cactus.--.------------
. ------do--------.-------------
Cereus marginatus (cac-
tus).
Cereus sp. (cactus)-.......
Myrtillocactus geometri-
sans (cactus).


- I I '1 I -


-i- ....


1


I

1


1


1


2










26

3
3
2,080
1
10
1
163
1
1
2


3
1
6

1
1


1 I-~-


Do.-----------------. ----do-------.-------------. 2 .-......---.I....


Collected in-


Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.
Texas.
Do.

bo.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Arizona.
Texas.
Arizona.
Do.
Cblifornia.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Arizona.
Texas.

Do.
Do.

Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
California.*
District of
lumbia.
Arizona.


Co-


District of Co-
lumbia.


39


5 I..-







40 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pest t
ho
ptofc C M
US W .3 e


MEXICO-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Lepidosaphes philococcus
(Coccidae).
Do- ... ------
Lepturges spermopha.gus
(Cerambycidae).
Lophocateres pusillus (Sia-
mese grain beetle).
Do---------------------
Do --------
Do-....----..-----..----
Lyctus caribeanus (Lyctidae) -
Lygaeus poegi (Lygaeidae)--....
Lygus cristatus (Miridae)-...
D o------------..
Macrosiphum luteum (aphid)-
Do .------. --
Marmara opuntiella (Graci-
lariidae).
Do----.-.................
MIarmara sp. (Gracilariidae).
Do.......................
Do......................
D o ---- ----- -- -- -- --
Do-.....................
Do--.....................
Maruca teetulalis (bean pod
borer).
Metachroma longicoilis (Chry-
somelidae).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do----.......-...........
Do -.------.-....-...-
Do-----------..--..
Metamasius sericeus carbo-
nariu (Curculionidae).
Do ...------.-...........
Do--.------- -
Metamasius sericeus var.
(Curculionidae).
Metriona atatanta (Chryso-
melidae).
MAicroledrida flava (Fulgori-
dae).
Minthra rugicollis (Lyctidae).
Mtloodna bisinuella (Pyralid-
idae).
AMordellistena sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
Do----.-..-..-.------


Myrtillocactus monstruosus
(cactus).
Philocereus marginatus
(cactus).
Botanical specimen------
Allium satlivum (garlic)---....
Cicer arietin u m (garbanzo) -
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
seed).
Oryza sativa (rice) ----
Citrus aurantijolia (lime).-_
Ananas sativus-......
Lactuca sativa (lettuce)- ....-
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-
Oncidium bicallosum (or-
chid).
Orchid. . .
Cactus------------------
Opuntia compressa (prick-
lypear).
Capsicum annuum-...
Citrus auraniutolia (lime)..
Citrus sinensis (orange) -_
Mangilera indica (mango)-
Opuntia sp. (cactus)----
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean).
Ananas sativus----..
Banana debris.----........
'-.-..do_--.---------- -
Musa sp -------------
----- do .---.---...-..- ...--
Banana debris---.----..--
.----do.__--- ---- -
Musa sp. (banana)-....-.
Banana debris----------
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine).
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Ananas sativus......
Zea maya (corn)-.........-
Laelia sp. (orchid) ......
Orchid..................-


Morpheis smerintha (Pyralid- Bamboo---.--.---... ------
idae).
Neuroctenus niger (Aradidae). Prosopis sp. (mesquite)...
Oedopa capitol (Ortalidae)- .. Gossypium sp. (cotton)-....
Opsius stactogalus (Cicadel- Antirrhinum majus (snap-
lidae). dragon).
Do ------------------.. Rosa sp ------.. I.-----.--
Pachyschelus azureus (Buh Ananas satis-------
prestidae).
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae). Citrus aurantifolia (lime)..
Do---- -----------------do---....---.-..--.......-
Parlitoria fluggeae brasili- ----- do.----.-.....-.......-
ensis (Coccidae).
Do-------.-------------. Citrus sinensis (orange)--....


1


1
1




1




5
I


13
29






1
2
I

4
2
1
2
8
6
3
2
1


3
1



1
1
1


7
12
42


.- ....--


......E....... I==-


California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Alabama.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.


- ..- -


3 ........


.. -
- .- -. -







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive- Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of o, -- Collected in-
pest H
ob

U __Q e


MEXICO-Continued
I nsects-Continued.
Pectinophoragoseypiella (pink
bollworm).
Do ---------
Do -----------
Do ---------
Pelonomus obscurus (Dryop-
idae).
Physoncia alutacea (Chry-
somelidae).
Platynota rostrana (Tortric-
idae).
Platynota stultana (Tortrici-
dae).
Do. ..- -.---- ..----.--.-
Do. ------.. ------
Do .............--- -----
Pleurophlorus parvulus (Scara-
baeidae).
Psychid ...............-----------
Do---..----.........
Do..- ------
Ranzovius crinitus (M iridae)--
RMaoLtiU sp. (Trypetidae).-
Do--.-------
Do ..-------
Setomorpha insectella (Tine-
idae.
Do --- ------.-........
Sisamnes contracts (Lygaei-
dae).
Do .--..-..-.............
Sitophilus mexicanus (Curcu-
lionidae).
Sogata furcifer (Araeopidae) -
Stenoma catenifer (avocado
seed moth)---------------
Stirellus mexicanus (Cicadel-
lidae).
Taeniothrips simplex (gladi-
olus thrips).
Talpi.ia batesi (Olethreu-
tidae).
Tanymecus confertus (Curcu-
lionidae).
Targionia bromeliae (Cocci-
dae).
Do--- -------------
Trypetid-.---------
Do-------..-...........
Xyleborus affinis (Scolytidae)_
Xyleborus confusuvs (Scoly-
tidae).
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Bru-
chidae).
Do -------------
D o_- - -
Do-.......-....--.....-
D o .- ---- --
Do-----------
Do .....--.-- ........
Diseases:
A Uternaria fasciculat a..- .


Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(boll).
Gogq pium sp. (cotton-
seed)
Gossypium sp. (seed cot-
ton).
Cottonseed in railway car
(5 interceptions).
Phlsalis sp. (husk tomato).
Laelia anceps (orchid)-._-
Capsicum annuum.......-
----- do_-------------
.----.-do...----------...-.......
Lycopersicum esculentum..
Solanum melongena (egg-
plrnt).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce).--
Citrus auraitifotia (lime).
Gardenia florida (Cape-
jasmine)
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Gardenia florida...........
Crataegus sp-----------......
Juglans sp. (walnut)...--.
Pru n us capollin.........
Cactus---------------

Laelia sp. (orchid)--------
Ancistrocactus roseanus..-..--
Mammil/aria karwinskiana
(cactus).
Bamboo.-------.............
Daisy.-----------......
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) ....-
Gladiolus sp ------...--....
Annena cherimola (cheri-
moya).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) --- -
Annanas satirus ............
..-----.-do......--- .......
Citrus sinensis (orange)-.. --
Compositae.------------
Citrus sinensis.. ---------.
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Bean -----------.....
Cicer arietinum (garbanzo).
Oryza saliva (rice) ------.
Phaseolus vulgaris (bayo
bean).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Zea nu ys (corn)--------
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).


3
203
5
9
1















3
1
1
1


1

1

1







2




1
3










1



1


Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Arizona.
Do.
California.*
Arizona.
Do.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Do.*
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Alabama.
Texas.
Arizona.


41







42 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,
inclusive--Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


MEXIco-Continued
Diseases-Con tin ue-.
Aplanobacter michiganense--....-
Cercospora airicincta ---------.
Cercospora capsici---------
Cercospora medicaginis --...-
Cercofpora rosae_......
Cercospora rosigena (?).-----.
Cladosporium pisi ------------
Claviceps tripsaci -------------

Colletotrichum agaves --------
Colletotrich u m gTraminicolum -
Colletotrichum lineola -.---..
Cylindrosporium chrysa n-
therni.
Erysiphe polygoni..........-
Do.......................
Gloeosporium leguminum.....
Ifeterosporium echinulatum- -.
Afycosphaerella citrullina......
AIycosphaerella lytbhracearum.. _
Peronospora effusa............
Pha eoch ora neo w washi ngton ia e.. -
Phomopsis capsici ----------
Phyllachora graminis--..-..-.
Do .--- -----
Do -- -- -
Phyllosticta laelia ------------
Phytopht.hora citrophthora....
Phytophthora terrestria........
Pe nodo mus destruensm....--
Pleospora neottiae........--.-
Pseudopeziza medicaginis.-...
Puccinia boutelouae ........-
Do...................
Puccinia chloridis ....-...
Puccinia cynodonlis.........

Puccinia heterospora..........
Puccinia purpurea ...........

Puccinia versicolor .---........
Do---- --...----------
Do.---.---.............
Streak (virus)...........----------------
Uromyces medicaginis-........
Vermicularia capsici-........

MONTSERRAT
Insects:
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) -
Parlatoria fluggeae brasilien-
sis (Coccidae).
Targionia hartiii (Coccidae) -...--
Do ----------

MOROCCO
Insects:
Dermestes muslelinus (Der-
mestidae).
Exosoma tusitanica (Chryso-
melidae).
Sesamia cretica durraa stem
borer).
Diseases:
Ascochyta lycopersici..---
Cercospora petroselini .........


Lycopersicum esculentumr-
Zinnia elegans (zinnia).. -
Capsicum annuum....
MAedicago sativa (alfalfa) --
Rosa sp. .
Rosa sp-- ----------
Pisum sativum (pea) ------
Tripsacum sp-------------
Agave atrovire.ns (pulque
agave).
Grass------------------
Holcus halepensis (Johnson
grass).
Chrysanthemum sp--------
Pisum sativum.-----
do......... .
Prosopis sp. (mesquite)---....
Dianthussp. (carnation). --
Cucurbita maxima (squash)
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Spinacia oleracea (spinach)
Palm .........-- -
Capsicum annum --.......
Bouteloua sp.-------------.
Diecto mis fastigiatus -------
Grass---------------------
Laolii anceps (orchid) -- --
Citrus sinensis (orange) ---
Lycopersicum esculentum ._
Tpomoea batatas (sweet-
potato).
Oncidium tigrinum ungui-
eulatum (orchid).
MAedicago saliva (alfalfa) ----
Bouteloua sp ---------
Grass--------------------
Chlorissp. (fingergrass) -....
Capriola dactylon (Bermu-
da grass).
Leaf-- ----- ---
Holcus hatepensis (John-
son grass).
Andropogon contortus......
Chloris sp. (fingergrass) -
Grass --------------
Lycopersicum esculentum ._
Afedicago sativa (alfalfa) --
Capsicum annuum..---...


Phellodendron sp.
tree).
Muscari comosum
lino).
Holcus sorghum
broomcornn).


Collected in-


I


Host


.5~ I I


Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Arizona.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Trexas.
Arizona.
Florida.*
California.*
Texas.
New York.
Do.
Arizona.
New York.
Texas.
Do.
Do.
Arizona.
New York.
Arizona.
Texas.
Arizona.


New York.
Massachusettsi

Do.
New York.


Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.
Pennsylvania.


2

1'


14
I
1

-- 1ii


2
3
1
2



1
1
1
17


Citrus auranlifolia (lime)-- 1----
do------- -------..- ------ 1
Dioscorea sp. (yam)----- -----. ---
-----do-------------------- ------ ----


(cork-
(cipol-
var.


Lycopersicum esculentum -_
Petroselinum hortense
(parsley).


S-::::


I


::::"!"







June 19371]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


NETHERLANDS
Insects:
Acrolepia assectella (Plutel-
lidae).
Baris taticollis (Curculio-
nidae).
Bregmatothrips iridis (thrips) -

Do ----------
Bruchus tristicutlus (Bruchi-
dae).
Callosobruchus ademptus
(Bruchidae).
Do----------------
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigina
(turnip gall weevil).
Do----------------
Do---------
Do .....................
Do----------------
Do ............
Do-.... ---------
Do -------- ---....
Do -----------------------
Do----------
Do --------------
Corcyra cephalonica (rice
moth).
Dialeurodes chittendeni (rho-
dodendron whitefly).
Emphytus cinctus sawflyy) -..
Do --------
Do ---------................---
Do ---------

Do..-----------
Do -------
Endrosis lacteella (Oecophori-
dae).
Eumerus sp. (Syrphidae)--.
Do--...--.........--
Forficula auricularia (Euro-
pean earwig).
Do -----------................
Do ---------................
Do-------
Hylastes after (Scolytidae)---
Hylurgops palliatus (Scoly-
tidae).
Do --------..............
Merodon zp. (Syrphidae)-----

Do -------------....
Do ----------................
Do ---------------
Do -------............--
Myelophilus piniperda (Scoly-
tidae).
Do -------................
Myzus ornatus (aphid) ------
Pheletes quercus (Elateridae) -
Pityogenes bidentatus (Scolyti-
dae).
Serious brunneus (Elateridae).
&etomorpha insectella (Tinei-
dae).
Taeniothrips vulgatissimus
S(thrips).
Thrips angusticeps (thrips) ---
Do...--.-.............
Do--..--------............-
Thrips validus (thrips).--.
Toxoatus cursor (Ceramby-
cidae).
Xylotrupes bajulus (Scolyti-
dae).


Host


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0


A Ilium porrvm (leek)--------

Brassica rapa (turnip)--- -----


Iris kaempferi (Japanese
iris).
Iris sp---------------
Lathyrus odoraltus (sweet
pea).
Pueraria thunbergiana
(kudzu).
--do.---------
Brassica campestris (ruta-
baga).
--.. do.---------------
Brassica rapa (turnip) ..-
--.-do ---------
---.do ----------------
---do-----------
---do.-----..............
---do._....-....----.
--.-.do_-----------
Waste bagging.-....
Rhododendron sp -.------

Rosa chinensis manetti.....
--.--do ---------
----do-....--......--- .
Rosa multiflora (Japanese
rose).
Rosa rugosa (rugosa rose)-.
Rosa sp..................
Iris sp.....----------..........

Hyacinthus sp_.---_-
Narcissus sp--.------
In case containing hya-
cinths.
Hyacinthus sp---------....
Tulipa sp. (tulip)----
__. do- ..---..--.-........
Pinus sylvestris (Scotch
pine).
----- do--........--....--------...-
Pinus sp. (pine)-----.....--...
Leucojum aestivum (sum-
mer snowflake).
Narcissus sp ----------...
--- do .---------.-....
----do -----------...............
----do-- -------
Pinus sylvestris (Scotch
pine).
Pine slat on peat moss bale-
Syringa sp. (lilac).----
Hyacinthus sp ------
Pine slat on packing of
peat moss.
Rosa chinensis mnanetti....
I ilium candidum (Ma-
donna lily).
Brassica oleracea capitata...

..... do---------
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) ----
----do---------...-_
.--do---------
Pine slat on peat moss
bale.
--.do-----.. -------


1
1


3
10
5
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

1
1
1
1-

1

1
1

6
1
1
3
3

1
1
1
1

1
1


Collected in-






New York.

Do.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Pennsylvania.

District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.

Pennsylvania.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Texas.
Virginia.
Alabama.

District of Co-
lumbia.
Connecticut.*
New York.
Pennsylvania.*
Do.*


New York.
District of
lumbia.
Do.


Co-


Maryland.
New York.
Massachusetts.

Pennsylvania.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.

Do.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
Virginia.
Washington.
New York.

Do.
Do.
Virginia.
New York.
Illinois.*
New York.
Do.

Do.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Do.

Do.


43


_ __ _I-'-- _____I -' -T







44 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 193


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937"
inclusive- Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


NETHER LANDS-Continued
Diseases:
Aphelenchoides parietinus .-...
Do.------------
Do----. -------
Do--------------

Do ---.--- ---..-----
Aphelenchus avenae...........
D o_- - -
Do --------------
Aphelenchus avenae (?) .-----
JBotrytis galanthina............
Do----.------..------..
Do.------ ----
Do.------------
Do------ ------
Botrytis narcissicola...........
Botrytis parasilica -------- .
Coleosporium campanulae ....
Colletotrichum om'niroTru m _..
Ditylench us dipsaci ------
Do -----.------
Do .----------.. --..-
Do --------------


Do --.. ------
Do --------
Do -------------..-
Do--------... .------
Do--------
Do----------


Do.- ---------------
Do..-------------...

Do---------
Do----------
Do---------
Leptothyrium macrothecium._.
Papilospora parasitica........
Do.......---------
Do --------------
Paraphelenchus pseudopari-
etinus.
Pestalozzia macrotrichum.....
Pestatozzia rhododendri.....-.
Pratylenchus pratensis........
Urocystis colchici.......
Vermicularia dematium......
VerticiUllium albo-atru m......


Host


Hyacinthus sp----......-.
Lilium tenuifolium (coral
lily).
Namissus sp----- ..
Scilla peruviana (Peruvian
squill).
Tigridia sp.---------
Chionodora luciliae (glory-
of-the-snow).
Eremurus sp. (desert-
candle).
Scilla sp. ----------------
Narcissus sp-------------
Galanthus nivalis (snow-
drop).
.---do--....---------
--..do------_---------
.__--- do---- -----------
Muscari comosum (cipol-
lino).
Narcissus sp--------
-----do_----------------
Campanula persicifolia
(peach leal bell-flower).
Aspidistra lurida (aspidis-
tra).
Chionodoxa luciliae rosea
(glory-of-the-snow).
Chiomodora lueiliae (glory-
of-the-snow).
Colchicum speciosum alba..
Convallaria majalis (lily-of-
the-valley).
---.do -- ------------
Hyacinthus sp. ---- ----
---- do ---------------------
Hymenocallis calanthina
(lilybasket).
Iris xiphioides (English
iris).
Iris sp--..-------------


-----do ---------------------
Solanum tuberosum (po-
tato).
Tigridia pavonia var -...---
Tigridia violacea....----
Tigridia sp........
Paeoniasp.----.---------
Tulipa sp. (tulip).......
Do ---------
Do------.-----------
Narcissus sp....-----
Rhododendron sp.... ---.
.--.do-- .....--......--...-
Convallaria majalis (lily-of-
the-valley).
Colchicum sp. (crocus).-..-
Dahlia sp-.-------------
.----do.------.----..--------


Number of intercep-
tions in-


I I~I~-i~I-I


6


2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
3

1


-- -I I.. ..


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.


District of
lumbia.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Maryland..


Co-


Co-


Michigan.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
New York.
Do.
District of C
lumbia.
New York.


Do.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
New York.


Co-


Pennsylvania.
Michigan.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
VirNeiYia.
New York.


District of
lumbia.
Do.
New York.
District of
lumbia.
New York.
District of
lumbia.


Co-



Co-

Co-


Do--------------------- Muscari sp.. --------.---
Do ---------------- Narcissus sp....---------


- F-
--- ---- ---- ----
---- ---- ---- ----







June 1037]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


45


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
indclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pest be
o mo
S iq .2
O s -o


NEVIs
Insects:
Asterolecanium miliaris (Coc-
cidae).
Targionia hawrtii (Coccidae)---
NEWFOUNDLAND
Insects:
Olethreutid --- -------
Do ------------
Do -----------
Do----- -----
Do-----------------
Tortricid --------------
Diseases:
Sporonema ozxycocci...........
NEW ZEALAND
Insects:
Hierozestis omoscopa (Tine-
idae).
Phenacaspis eugeniae (Coc-
cidae).
TOrtriZx excessana (Tortric-
idae).
Trionymus diminutus (Coc-
cidae).
Do----............ -......
Diseases:
Mycosphaerella citrullina....
Physalospora malor u m .......
NICARAGUA
Insects:
Atica fulvipes (Chrysoinel-
idae).
Melamasius sericeus (rilky
cane weevil).
NORWAY
Insects:
Laspeyresia sltrobilella (spruce
cone moth).
Do ---------
Do-------..------
Olethreutid ------..---------
Diseases:
ApheZachus enae ..--..-.....
A scochyta cooru 7m ...........
I !endersomia iroasvlariae ......
Phyllostic!a grandimaculant._
PrtoTllenchus praten sis ----...
Ustilago levis................
Vermicflaria trichella........
NOVA SCOTIA
Diseases:
Discella strobilina (?)--.......
Phragmotrichu m chi ilett i.....
NYASALAND
Insects:
Oxycarenus hyalinipennis (Ly-
gaeidae).
PALESTINE
Insects:
Ceratitis capitatls (Mediter-
ranean fruitfly).
Chrlsomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).


Bamboo--------------- ------
Dioacorea sp. (yam) ..---.-------



Vaccinium ritii-idaea (lin- 2
gonberry).
-----d-do ------------------ 10
-----do .-------------------- 2
Vaccinium sp. (blueberry) 1
-----do --------.------------ 3
---.do --- ------- 1
Vaccinium rilia-idaea..... 2


Beilschmiedia tarairi...... -------I
Aferyta sinclairii ----------........... 1
Metrosideros tomentosa..... 1
Phormium cookianum..... 1
Phormium tenax (New 1
Zealand flaxlily).
Cucurbita pepo (vegetable .----.
marrow).
Malu8 sylreslTris (apple) ..--...


Banana debris----.......----- 1
-----do.-----------. ------- 4



Picea ercelsea (Norway ------
spruce).
Picea sp. (spruce) -------. -- ---
-- -- -do -------------------- -----
V"accinium sp-------- -
Solanum tubercsum ........ ......
Picea sp. (spruce)--------- ......
Ribes sp. (gooseberry) ...........
Fragaria sp. (strawberry) .......
Daucus carota (carrot)...- ---...-
Avena saliva (oats) -.-- ......
Hederasp. (ivy).--..............


Picea rubra (red sprtce).........
--...do --- -.............


Gossypiu m
seed).


(cotton-


Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
Citrus sinenais (orange) -


- ~~iItI7IF7I


New York.
Do.



Illinois.
Michigan.
New York.
Illinois.
Michigan.
Pennsylvania.
Michigan.


Hawaii.*
Do.'
California.*
Hawaii.*
Do.*

Virginia.
Pennsylvania.


Louisiana.
Do.



District of Cow
lumbia.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Washington.
Texas.
New York.
California.*
New York.
Virginia.
New York.
Do.


Do.
Do.


District of
lumbia.


Massachusetts.
- Do.







46 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 193W


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host W W ICollected in-
pest H
4 .
p a -)I


PALESTINE-Continued
Insects-Continued.
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae) -
Parlatoria fluggeae bresiliensis
(Coccidae).
Diseases:
Septoria citri_ .. .
PANAMA
Insects:
Anastrepha grandis (Trypeti-
dae).
Anastrepha silhai (Trypetidae)
Chrysomphalus scutiformis
(Coccidae).
Cicadella albidonotata (Cica-
dellidae).
Cosmotoma fasciata (Ceram-
bycidae).
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)
Do--....-------.-...
Do--------
Do_
Do .--.-...--.....--.--..
Do------------.---.--


Citrus sinensis (orange) .--- I ----I-
---do- --- ------. ---- --


.---do -----.........


Banana debris------
-.--. do .. ----.. -
Citrus sinensis ----.------
Musa sp. (banana)-------
Banana debris..--------
Epidendrum atropurpureum
(orchid).
---do--------
Odontoglossum sp. (orchid).
Oncidium panamense (or-
chid).
Oncidium sp. (orchid)----


Do.----------------- Oichid------- --
Do ---------- .....do---------------


Do. -----------------
Heilipus perseae (Curculioni-
dae).
Jiemnichionaspis minor stra-
c" ani (Coccidae).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Leucaspis indica (Coccidae)-_
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do ------------ -...
Do---- .---.-......
Do ------ ---... --.----
Sacadodes pyralis (South
American bollworm).
Stephanederes guatematelnsis
(Scolytidae).
Targionia hartii (Coccidae).--.
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae)
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae) -
Do------ -------
Do-----...-- ....---
Wasmannia auropunclata
(ant).
PARAGUAY
Insects:
Thamnoteffttix pulcliellus (Ci-
cadellidae).
Diseases:
Elsinog australis.........
PERU
Insects:
Dinoderus biforeolatus (Bos-
trichidae).
Zabrotea subfasciatus (Bruchi-
dac).


.. do ---------
Persea americana (avo-
cado).
Citrus aurantifolia (lime)-.
Codiaeum sp. crotonn) ....
Mangifera indica (mango) -
Banana debris..---------

-----do----........----.
----do -------------.----
Afusa sp. (banana)-----
Gossypium sp. (cotton-
Feed).
Acacia sp ----.----.----
Yucca sp.----------------
Saccharum officinarum.....
Aspasia sp. (orchid)--..--
Brassia verrucosa (orchid) -
Stanhopea sp. (orchid)----
Orchid-..---..----.........



Phaseolus sp. (string bean).

Citr"' limon9f ............


Serjania mezicana (bar-
basco).
Phaseolus lunatus macro-
carpus (lima bean).


1
1

1
1







1

1


5
5 1
9
21















2


1


1....~~


...'.

















.... 2
1 i--Z


Illinois.
Puerto Rico.

Virginia.


California.*
Do.*
Do.*
Do."
Do.*
Do."
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
Do.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Maryland.
Do.
Do.
California.*
Alabama.
California.*
Louisiana.
California.*
Louisiana.
Do.
Texas.
New York.
California.*
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
California.*



District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


Do.
Do.








June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1937,
inclusive-Continued

Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pest s
0
aZ 43
U PQ Cr cr.


PHMLIPPIN ES
Insects:
Chrysomphalus rossi (Cocci-
dae).
Hemichionasapis townsendi
(Coccidae).
Do---------
Icerya aegyptiaca (Coccidae). -
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Lepidosaphes tubuloru m (Coc-
cidae).
Ordchidophilus aterrimus (Cur-
culionidae).
Do -------------
Orchidophilus gilronotalus
(Curculionidae).
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus
(Coccidae).
Do------- ---------
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
Prays cilri (Philippine orange
moth).
Pseudococcus lilacinus (Coc-
cidae).
Do-------------------
Do -. ------------------
Sinoxylh on ale (Bostrichi-
dae).
Diseases:
Cercospora nicotianae .........
Colletotrichum macros-porum -..
Fusicladium eriobotfryae -.....
PITCAIRN ISLAND


Phalaeaiopsis schillteriana
(orchid).
Dendrobium aureum (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis a m a b i I i s
nmestadiana (orchid).
Codiaeum sp. (crotou).....
---do --........---d--
Cocoa nucijera (coconut).__
GTammalophyllum multi-
florvaT!. (orchid).
GTramT matophyltum spedo-
sum (orchid).
Phalaenopsis amabilis (or-
ehid).
Vandi joaquimiae (orchid)

Vanda teres (orchid) -------
Citrus aurantijolia (lime) -
---.-do ---.---------
Phalaenopsis amabilis (or-
chid).
.. do --. ------
Vanda caervIlea (orchid). --
Derris scandens._.....

Nicotiana tabacum (tobac-
co).
Phalaenopsis schilleriana
(orchid).
Eriobolryia sp-----------


Insects:
Parlatoria fluggeae brasilienis Citrus sinensis (orange)_.__
(Coccidae).
POLAND
Insects:
Apion craccae (Curculioni- Vicia ap. (vetch) ----
dae).
Apion pomonae (Curculioni- do ----------------
dae).
Baris tepidii (Curculionidae)- Radicula armoracia (horse-
radish).
Ceulorhynchus pleurostigma Brassica rapa (turnip)-.--
(turnip gall weevil).
Forficuta auricularia (Euro- Dry herb -------
pean earwig).
Helophorus sp. (Hydrophili- Soil around plants -------
dae).
Phenacoccus aceris (Coccidae)- Corylus sp--............
Phosphaenus hemipterus Soil around plants-.------
(Lampyridae).
Diseases:
Diplodia juglandis --------.- Juglans sp. (walnut).-----
Fusicladium depressum petro- Petroselinum hortense
Melini. (parsley).
Sclerotinia Trudigena.......... --------Malus sylrestris (apple)---
Sclerotinia taxa do--------------- do


I

I


I



I


.--


1


1


1 '---


California.*
Hawaii.*
Do.'
Pennsylvania.
Do.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Districtrof C
lumbia.
California.*
Hawaii.*
Do.*
Do.'
California.*
Do.*
Hawaii.*
Do.*
New York.

Do.
California.'
Washington.



New York.


Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
District of C
iumbia.
New York.


District of
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.


47








48 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pest be
o3 2
bo b S.
1? ba 0
03 03Q

PORTUGAL
Insects:
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Do------------------
Minthea rugicollis (Lyctidae). -
Parlatoria ziniphus (Coccidae)
Pseudococcus boninsis (Cocci-
dae).
Stephanoderes hampei (coffee
berry borer).
Diseases:
Ditylenchus dipsaci.._....
Sclerotinia laxain........
PUERTO RICO
Insects:
Anastrepha mombiapraeop-
tans (Trypetidae).
Do ----- ---------------
Do----------------------
D o-----------------------
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -
D o-----------------------
Do--..-----------------
Aspidiotus herculeanus (Coc-
cidae).
Cylas iormicarius (9weetpo-
tato weevil).
Euscepes batatae (West Indi-
an sweet potato weevil).
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Lachnopus curvipes (Curculi-
onidae).
Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae) -
Afaruca teslulalis (bean pod
borer).
.Morganella longispina (Coc-
cidae).
D o..----- ----------------
Morganella maskelli (Cocci-
dae).
tfyelois sp. (Pyralididae)..
Slenoma sp. (Stenomidae)----.
Taeniothrips simplex (gladio-
lus thrips).
D o----------------------
Targionia sacchari (Coccidae) -
Xytleborus affinis (Scolytidae).
Diseases:
Colletotrich um cajani.....-..
Nectria cinnabarina --------
Pestalozzia palmarum .--..- _
Vermicularia dematium .......
RUMANIA
Diseases:
Cylin'rosporium pomi -------
ST. KITTS
Insects:
Asterolecanium miliaris (Coc-
cidae).
ST. LUCIA
Insects:
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) ..
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Do.--...----..--.----------


Costanea sp. (chestnut) ---
Quercus sp---------------
Coffea sp------------
Citrus sp------------------
Saccharum officinarum.....
Coffea sp-----------------

Sola n u m tuberosu m ........
Prunaus sp. (cherry)...---


Citrus sinensis (orange)--....-
Mangifera indica (mango) -
... --do--------------------
Psidium guajava (guava). -
Alfangilera indica (mango)
----- do..---------------
Psidium guajava (guava) -
Spondias cytherea (golden
apple).
lpomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
--- do-..--------------
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
In package containing
plantain, flowers, cactus
leaves, etc.
Citrus sinensis (orange) -.
Phaseolus sp. (string bean).

Citrus grandis (grapefruit).
-.....do-------------------
... -..do-------------------
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Persea americana (avoca-
do).
Gladio/us sp.----------
.....do -.-----------------
Saccharum officinarum..-.
Citrus sinensis --....-------
Cajanus indicus (pigeon
pea).
Rosa sp-------------------
Cocos nucifera (coconut)..- -
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)


Aflalus sylvestris (apple) -


Bamboo-...--.------------



Citrus aurantifolia (lime) -
.-- do -.---..--.-.------
Citrus limonia (lemon). -


I


i .. .


~~i'ii1i


._. 3 ....
1---- ---
........


New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.

Texas.
New York.


Do.
Alabama.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Texas.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

I.ouisiana.
New York.
Maryland.
Virginia.
California.*
New York.
Do.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Louisiana.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.


Do.


District of Co-
lumbia.


New York.
Do.
Massachusetts.


1


4 .... ....







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1937
inclusive-Continued


Country of origin and name of
pest


ST. LUCIA-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae).
.Morganella tongispina (Coc-
cidae).
Parlatoria crotonis (Cocci-
dae).
Do--.----------
Paeudaonidia trilobtntiformis
(Coccidae).
Do ----------

ST. VINCENT
Insects:
Chrysomphaltus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Do----.--------
Coccus viridis (Coccidae) -
Euscepes batatae (West In-
dian sweetpotato weevil).
Diseases:
Pratylenehus pratensis........
SCOTLAND
Insects:
Acalypta parvula (Tingitidae)
Apion pomonae (Curculioni-
dae).
Do ----....... --.....
Do-......--..........-
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchi-
dae.)
Do --------
Do ----.-----
Do.--... --. ---
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
Do ------. ....--
Ceutorhynehus sulcicolis (Cur-
culionidae).
Coleophora sp. (Coleophori-
dae).
Do.-_ -------
Endrosis lacteella (Oecophori-
dae).
Franlliniella intonsa (thrips).
Gelechia ericetella (Gelechii-
dae).
Do.-- -------
Geometrid---..............
Do-....------....--.-
Do-...- -------.-.... -..-
Do --.-.----.
Do...----..--.......---
Limothrips denticrnmis (thrips)
Lochmaea sutura/is (Chry-
somelidae).
.Micrelur ericae (Curculioni-
dae).
Do----- ....
Noctuid --- ------
Do .---..- -----
Olethreutid --...-- --
Orthezia cataphracta (Cocci-
dae).
Orthotylus erice/orum (Miri-
dae).
Platythrips tunicatus (thrips).
Plusia sp. (Noctuidae)-------
Psytliodes chrysocephala
(Chrysomelidae).
D o. -- --- -


Host


Codiaeum sp. crotonn) ---.....-..----


Citrus grand: (grapefruit).
Citrus sinen is (orange)....

Codiaeum sp. (croton).....


.- do---------------- ------
Citrus grandis..------- ------

Psidium guajava (guava) ---.-


Citrus limo ia (lemon)- ...--I---------


Citrus sinensis (orange)--...
Citrus aurantijolia (lime) -
Ipomoea batalas (sweetpo-
tato).

Dioscorea sp. (yam).......


Calluna Pulagaris (heather).
Vicia angustifolia (vetch) -

Vicia sp. (vetch)-----
----do --. -----------
Vicia a ngustifolia --------

Vicia sp-.--------
----.do------------------
----.do --.--.-.-- ---- ----
Brassica campestris (ruta-
baga).
Brassica rapa (turnip) ...
Calluna vulgaris (heather).

-- do ..--do

--.-do---.......---.------
----.do-------- ------

-.--. do.-----------------
-.--.do -- ---------------. .

-do ---- -----
-----do --- ----- ---
---.do-------------
.---do------- ---
-----do- ----. ------.-------
Cirsium sp. (thistle)...----
Ca/luna vulgaris (heather)-
-____do ----------------


1

2
1
1

3
1
2


...do.............
-----do ......
---.do .--...-....-- .....
-----do ---- ---------------- .--- -
---.do ......
----.do -------------...
-----do.---.--- ------...--

Calluna vulgaris (heather) -......

-.--do ---.-- -. .....
---do-...-......--..........
Brassica oleracea botrytis ......
(cauliflower).
Brassica rapa (turnip)--- --


Number of intercep-
tions in-


...... ....I I I T


---- 1


Collected in-


Massachusetts.

Virginia.
Pennsylvania.

Massachusetts.

New York.
Georgia.

Massachusetts.


M aryland.

Do.
Massachusetts.
Do.

Do.


New York.
Do.

Alabama.
Louisiana.
New York.

Alabama.
Louisiana.
New York.
Pennsylvania.

Do.
New York.


Do.

Pennsyl
New Yo

Do.
Illinois.


vania.
rk.


New York.
Illinois.
Maryland.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.

Maryland.

New York.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.
Do.

Pennsylvania.


49


----I ----


------ ---- ---- ----
------ ---- ---- ----








50 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [JulylX


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host C Collected in-
pest te
wto
1.4 tw 0
0 g B y cnQ


SCOTLAND-Continued

Insects-Continued.
Rhinocola ericae (Chermidae).
Do ---- -- ---....
Rhopalosiphum tulipaella
(aphid).
Strophosoma melanogram-
mum (Curculionidae).
Stygnocoris fuligineus (Ly-
gaeidae).
Taeniothrips atratus (thrips).-
Do--- --- --
Do__

Do .------- -----..
D o--. .- .-...
D o.... . .
Taeniolhrips ericae (thrips) ---
Taeniothrips vulgatissimus
(thrips).
Do-- ------
Thrips flavus (thrips)----
D o-- - -
Thrips fuscipen nis (thrips) -
Tingis cardui (Tingitidae)...-
Tortricid.....................
Ulopa reticulata (Cicadelli-
dae).
Diseases:
Septoria chrysanthemellUa......

SIAM
Insects:
Hemichionaspis townsertdi
(Coccidae).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).

SOUTH AMERICA

Insects:
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -

SPAIN
Insects:
CeratiWis capitata (Mediterra-
nean fruit fly).
Do.----- ---
Do-----------------
Do .....................- -
Do----- ------- -
Chilo sp. (Pyralididae)------
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Do.
D o....-- -- --
Do.------- -----
Do. ---- ---
Do -.-- -----
Do..----------------
EFriococcus araucariae (Cocci-
dae).
Parlatoria fluggeae brasiliensis
(Coccidae).
Parlatoria zlziphitq (Cocci-
dae).
Do......-.......---
Psylliodes chr ysocephaia
(Chrysomelidao).
Diseases:
Phytophtihora citrophthora....
Septoria citri ......-..........
Septoria citri (?)-..--------


Calluna vulgaris... ------
-----do -..------ -------.-- .-----
Gladiolus sp--------------- ------
Calluna vulgaris--------- --........... ---

-- do ------- -----


--_ do--------
----do --...... -------
-----do------------
---- do_. ---------------
Lactuca satia (lettuce) -
Lavandula sp. (lavender).-
Calltuna vulgaris (heather)-
---- do .. --------

.----do-------------
.----do------------
.---do --...--- ------
-----do_----------
-----do-.----------------
-----do...---.....----.
--..do ------------

Chrysanthemum sp------


Saccolabium giganteum.. ---

Citrus grandis (pomelo) --....-




Lucuma obovata..----


Citrus sinensis (orange)--....

.----do .------.------
-.-..do -...------
Vitis sp. (grape)---------
Paper wrapping around
orange.
Oryza salira (rice)--------
Citrus limonia (lemon). -- -

---do.......---------------
_-- do ........-- -- --
Citrus sinensis (orange)--....-
Euonymus sp.....-----.....--
Palm --.-....--......-.
Rosa sp.--------------

Araucaria sp-----------

Citrus sinensis (orange)-...-

Citr i limornia (lemnn) -....-

Citrus sinensis (orange)---....-
Brassica rapa (turnip)--..-

Citrus sinensis..------
Citrus limonia.............
Citrus sinensis -..-..---..


111:11


New York.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
hlumbia.
New York.

Do.

Massachusetts.
Michigan.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Massachusetts.

New York.
Do.
Pennsylvania.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.

Do.


District of Co-
lumbia.
Washington.


---I.-I New York.


12


2
-- 2 ..--


Louisiana.

New York.
Puerto Rico.
Massachusetts.
New York.

Do.
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
Texas.
Maryland.
New York.
Do.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.

Texas.

C -.ifornia.*

Ye.%aS.
New York.

Pennsylvania.
Do.
Virginia.


---- ---- ----
[ __ __ __ I __ __ __ __








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1937,
inclusive- Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host -- Collected in-
pest Hs C i
ac I n2
?~ b CDa.S
ca 1-3 ca bb
0 S ffi o-


STRAITS SETTLEMENTS

Insects:
Aspidiotus palmae (Coccidae)
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) -

Icerya pulicher (Coccidae)----
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Do-..-...- .... ..
Orchidophilus aterimus (C ur-
culionidae).
Do ----------
Parlaioria pseudaspidiotun
(Coccidae).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae)
Do----------------------
Do ----------------
Do--------- -----
Stephanoderea hampei (Scolyt-
idae).
Diseases:
Bacterium citri.......
Botrytis allii ----------- ----
Phoma citricarpa -.........
SUMATRA
Insects:
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus
(Coccidae).
SWEDEN
Insects:
Acanthwinus aedilis (Ceram-
bycidae).
Acrolepia asseclella (Plutel-
lidae).
Anthaxia quadripunciata (Bu-
prestidae).
Athaus subfuscus (Elateridae).
Caenoptlera minor (Ccram-
bycidae).
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
(turnip gall weevil).
Hylobius abietis (Curculioni-
dae).
Laspeyresia strobildla (Ole-
threutidae).
Mfagdalis violac/a (Curcul-
ionidae).
Pityoge-nes chalcographus
(Scolytidae).
Pityogenes micrograph us
(Scolytidlae).
Pogonocherus fascicul a/t1s
(Ceramrnbycidae).
Semanotus undatus (Ceram-
bycidae).
Tctropium lurid'im (Ceram-
bycidae).
Diseases:
CoUetotrichum erumpens. .....
Ditylenchus dipsai -i.---
D o __- -- -
Mycosphaerella stem umatea -..
Thecopsora areoluia/___/a.

SWITZERLAND
Insects:
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchi-
dae).
Earias sp. (No:tuidae)....


Palm ..-....-----
Oncidium sphacelaium (or-
chid).
Palm ----. -----
Codiaeum sp. crotonn) -.

- - ) > --- -
Denarobium pierardii
(orchid).
Oncidium sphacelatum
(orchid).
Vanda sp. (orchid) --.....

Citrus grandis (pomelo) -- -
-- .do--------------------
-----do-----------
....----- do-- --- ---- -- --
Coffea sp ----------.-..-.

Citrus grandis (pomelo) .----
A llium cepa (onion)-----.....--
Citrus limonia (lemon)... ---


Vonda sp. (orchid)----.....-.-



Pinussp. (pine)-------


Allium porrum (leek) ---. -
Pinus sp. (pine)---------
Narcissus sp.... -------.....- -
Pinus sp. (pine) ....
Brassica campestris (ruta- -
baga).
Pine wood packing on
peat moss.
Picea sp. (spnice) --------..

Pinus sp. (pine)---------

'do---- -... --

-... o. .-----.- ----. ------
--. -do ..------- --------
....do .--- ----..--.-------
.- -. do.--.-...........------------

Rheam sp. (rhubarb)... --- .-
Sola nam tubersu in .........
. do------------ ----
Vaccinium sp ----------
Picea excelsa (Norway -
spruce).


Cylisus sp--... --- .-- -...
Gossypium sp. (cotton) 1
(waste).


1


New York.
California.*
New York.
Maryland.
P-'nsylvania.
Ca!ifornia.*

Do.*

Do.*

Do.*
M1aryland.
Massachusetts.
South Carolina.
New York.

Pennsylvania.
Virginia.
M I assachusetts.


California.*



New York.

Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.

Do.

Do.
Do.

Virginia.
Texas.
Virginia.
WVashington.
New York.


Do.
Do.


----i ---- ---~l


ZJune 1937]







52 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1t36

List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937.
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


SWITZERLAND--Continued
Insects-Continued.
Franklinietlla intonsa (thrips)..--
Laspeyresia splendana (Ole-
threutidae).
Parlatoria camelliae (Cocci-
dae).
Taeniothrips picipes (thrips)--
Thrips validus (thrips)...----
SYRIA
Insects:
Bruchus dentipes (Bruchidae)_
Bruchus erni (Bruchidae) ---
Chrysomphalus inopinatus
(Coccidae).
Lepidosaphes halli (Coccidae)
TAHITI
Insects:
Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae).
Trionymus sacchari (Cocci-
dae).
TAIWAN
Insects:
Fiorinia theae (Coccidae) -- -
Parlataria giziphus (Coccidae)
TANGANYIKA
Insects:
Stephanoderes ha mpei (Scolyt-
idae).
TOBAGO
Diseases:
Uredo ignava -.- -------
TRINIDAD
Insects:
Aganectesis inrdcora (Pyralid-
idae).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae).
Aspidiotus diffinis (Coccidae).
Asterolecaniu m aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)
Hemichionaspis minor stra-
chani (Coccidae).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Coc-
cidae).
Lepidosaphes rubrortilatotu'
(Coccidae).
Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae).
Orthaea serrillei (Lygaeidae)-_
Parlatoria fluggeae brasilien-
sis (Coccidae).
Do ---- -----
Phelomerus aberrans (Bruchi-
dae).
Pseudaonidia trilobiliformis
(Coccidae).
Xyleborus affinis (Scolytidae).
Diseases:
Cerotelium desmium -------..-
Colletotrichu m cajani -.--..-..---
Gloeosporiu m melongenae ....
Septoria tactucae ..............
TUNIS
Insects:
Parlatoria blanchardi (Cocci-
dae).


Host
o





Ipomoea sp. (morning-glory) ------
Cas/a nea sp. (chestnut)--- ------.
Camellia japonica................
Ipomoea sp. (morning-glory) ......
Gentiana sp. (gentian)----- ------


Vicia faba favaa bean) -.. 1
Lens esculenta (lentil)----- 1
Afalus sylvestris (apple) --. ------
Prunusarmeniaca (apricot; ------


Citrus sinensis (orange -- ------
Saccharum officinarum ......
(sugarcane).

Citrus grandis (pomelo)--- ------
. -. do---- --. ---.. ---- .. ..- .


Coffea sp -----.---.------ -.----


Bambusa sp...............


Cassia fistula (golden-
shower).
Mangifera indica (mango)
Persea americana (avocado)
Oongora atropurpurea (or-
chid).
Orchid-----------------
Citrus aurantifolia (lime)_.
Codiaeum sp. crotonn) --
Hevea brasiliensis (Para
rubbertree).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)
Mangifera indica (mango)
Citrus sinensis (orange)...---


I


-- do--------------- I..---..
Cassia nodosa (iointwood) -.I ----.


Annona recticulata (cus-
tard-apple).
Tree seed neck lace -------
Gossypium sp. (cotton) ...-
Cajanus indicus (gandule).
Solanum melongena (egg-
plant).
Lactuca satira (lettuce)....-


Phoenix dactylifera (date).--


.. .I


....


5 .----


Collected in-


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Michigan.
New York.
Do.
District of
luimbia.

California.*
District of
lumbia.

Maryland.
Do.


New York.



Do.


Co-



Co-


Do.
Louisiana.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Massachusetts.


Maryland.


District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Louisiana.
Maryland.
Pennsylvania.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Do.


------ ----







June 1937 ]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued

Number of intercep-
tions in-


Country of origin and name of
pest


Insects:
Brachyplar paltiata (Lygaei-
dae).
Bruchidius histrio (Bruchi-
dae).
Bruchus hamatus (Bruchidae)
Do ---------------------
Bruhus Trufipes (Bruchidae)--
Bruchus uli ci (Bruchidae) --
Bruhus vidciae (Bruchidae) -- -
Do------ -----
CallirhytVis glandiumr (Cynip-
idae).
Dasytiscus affinis (Dasytidae)_
Haplothrips distinguendus
(thrips).
Hokcogaster fibulata (Penta-
tomidae).
Limothrips con'imilis (thrips)
D o-. -- -- ---- -
M.acroplax fasciatus (Lygaei-
dae).
Do------. -----------
D o-. -- -- -
Monanthia putoni (Tingiti-
dae).
Mfonanvchus saliae (Curculi-
onidae).
Nysius cymoides (Lygaeidae).
Paromius gracilis (Lyraeidae).
Pedinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Stagoinom us bipu nctatus (Pen-
tatomidae).
Diseases:
Anguiua tritici................
Ditylenchus intermedius.......
Frysiphe polygoni.............
Polpthrincium trifolii------........
Do......................
Uromyces trifolii ..............
Ustilago nuda.............
UNION or SOUTH AFRICA
Insects:
Auterolecanium slentae (Coc-
cidae).
Do-----.-...............
Do.--_ .. .... .
Do. ....................
Chbionaspia subnudatus (Coc-
cidae).
Do------.................
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi
var. (Coccidae).
Do.......................
Diaspis zamiae (Coccidae)....
Frankliniella schultzei
(thrips).
Haplothrips nigricorTiP
(thrips).
Do-..-..-..............
Hercinothrips pattersoni
(thrips).
Parlatoria fluggeae brasilienuia
(Coccidae).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Cocci-
dae).
Taeniothrips fumosa (thrips)-.


Papaver sp. (poppy)------ -


Lupinus sp. (lupine) ------
Legume.----------------
Vicia sp. (vetch)---
Legume------------------
Seed..-....--- ..--.----
Lathyrus sp.....- ...- .....
Legume seed ------------
Quercus sp. (valonia)......


Seed-..--........-........-...--...
Stipa sp. (feathergrass) -..-- 1 --
Compositae------------ ------.. --


Arena salira (oat)----
Briza spicata.......
Perennial-..------------
Scorzonera sp. (serpent-
root).
Seed ....---..-----. -..---
Borago officina/is (borage). -


Iris sp- ...... ...---------------


Portulaca sp -..---------
An-drapogon ischaemum ..-..-
Gossypium sp. (seed cot-
ton).
Seed of unidentified flower-

Triticum aestirum (wheat) -
Medicago satirva (alfalfa) -
Gypsophila sp. (?).---
Trifoliu m sp. (clover) --..
Vicia sp. (vetch)-- -
Tnrifolium sp. (clover)-.---
Hordeum vul/are (barley) .--



Caraliuma schweinfurthii- -
Hoodia sp.................
Jluernma ca .! panulata ......
lUutrrlia sp .-------- --
Stapelia gigantea pallid a.. -
Stapelia sp................
Citrus sinensis (orange) ---
--...--- do. -- ---- -
Encephalartos lattifrons ....
Ornithogalum thyrsoides
(chinkerichee).
Helichrysum sp. (everlast-
ing).
Ornithogalum thyrsoides...-
Aloe grandidentata .........
Citrus sinensis (orange)--....
----- do-.------- .......
Ornithogalum thyrsoides -....


...... 4


Do------..---------.........-do.. .............


~ibIi~Iii


Co'lected in-


District of
lumbia.
Do.


Co-


-15


53


Host


0
03
0O
5


TURKEY I


1

1



1" i


1


Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Texas.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.



California."
Do.*
Do.'
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
California.*
Maryland.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
Do.
Washington.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Virginia.
Maryland.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.


------ I ----


----I ---- I ----


. . ..- I I __ I


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54 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 193$


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1987,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-
pest h o
bD I bD02
I.. j
U ^P -c


UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA-Con.

Dlseas-s:
Haterosporiu m orn ithogali.....
D o _- - -
fycosphaerella citrullina -....
Physalospora obtusa...........
Puccinia ornithogali-thyrsoides .
Do--------------------
Do------------------
Do --------------
Uromyces chloridis------------

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST
REPUBLICS
Insects:
Lepidosaphes conchiformis
(Coccidae).
Diseases:
Sphaeropsis salicis (?)-----

VENEZUELA
Insects:
Anastrep.ha sp. (Trypetidae) -
Asterolecanium aureum (Coc-
cidae).
Bephraia maculicollis (Eury-
tomidae).
Cas/nia sp. (Castniidae)---.-
Coccus r'irilis (C.cnidae) -
Euryloma orchiderIaUm (Eury-
tomidae).
D o--- ---. ---------------
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) -
Do.----------------------
Do ----------------
Do---------------
Do ............

Heraeus cincticornis (Lygaei-
dae).
Alacrosiphurn luteumrn (aphid)-
,fordellistena sp. (Mordelli-
dae).
Noctuid------------------
Do -----------------
Pachymerus nucleorum (Bru-
chidae).
Paralincus terminalis (Penta-
tomidae).
Phatnoma annulipes (Tingiti-
dae).
Pseudoparlatoria ostreata
(Coccidae).
Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae).--
Do-----------. -------
Tineid-----------------------
Do.----------------
'"linsonia stellifera (Coccidae)_
Xyleborus confusus (Scolyti-
dae).
Zophobas morio (Tenebrioni-
dae).
Diseases:
Collectotrichum orchidearum..._
Gloeosporium affini........-- ..-----
Do------ -------------
Nectria binotiana..............


Ornithogalum ihyrsoides ...-
---do.-.....----..
Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) -
Aalu/s sylvestris (apple) ----
Ornithogalu m thyrsoides-....
----- do----------------
.----do-------------
---.. do. ---_ --- ---.
Chloris radiata .........----...---



Punica sp.----------

Salix sp.--------------..


Achras tapota sapodillaa) -
Orchid---------------
Annona muricata (sour-
sop).
Orchid.-- ---------
Cilr's sinen yis orange? ) ....---
Calileya sp. (orchid)------
Orchid--..---------------
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ---
----- do ---- --------
Orchid.---------------
-----do. ----------------

---do--- ------
Cycnoches chlorochilon
(swan-orchid).
Orchid------------------
Cattleya sp. (orchid)------.
Orchid --------------
Attalea cohine cohunee
palm).
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ----

Packing around orchids. -
Cattleya sp. (orchid)------

-----do ---.. -----
Orchid---.....---------..---
Cattleya sp. (orchid)------
Orchid-------- ------
..----do --------------
MAfangifera indica (mango)-
Cattleya sp. (orchid)---.--

Orchid----------------
Cattleya mossiae (orchid) -
Orchid------------------
Cattleya mossiae........-.


1


1
2
3
1


1


1
1
3
1
1
1


2 1


2
3
5


3


1 .I.--..--I----


Michigan.
Pennsylvania.
Do.
Virginia.
Illinois.
Massachusetts.
New York.
Pennsylvania.
New York.


District
lumbia,


of Co-


Do.


New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
New York.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Puerto Rico.
Alabama.
District of Coa
lumbia.
Do.


Puerto Rico.


District of
lum bia.
Do.
Do.
New York.

District of
lumbia.
Do.


Co-




Co-


Puerto Rico.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Puerto Rico.
Do.


District of
lumbia.
Do.
California.*
District of
lumbia.
California.*


Co-



Co-


.1 -.---







June 1937]


SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,
inclusive-Continued


Number of intercep-
tions in-
Country of origin and name of Host Collected In-
pest I.
-w bt a)
& a I a
ud : P 03


VIRGIN ISLANDS
Insects:
Caryedon fuacus (Bruchidae) -
Ceroputo barberi (Coccidae)---
Pectinophora gossypiella (pink
bollworm).
Targionia hartii (Coccidae)---
Do--.-------------
WEST AFRICA


Insects:
Targionia bromeliae
dae).
WEST INDIES


Insects:
Leucaspis cockerelli (Cocci-
dae).
Diseases:
Oloeosporium josephinae ------
YUGOSLAVIA
Insects:
Lepidosaphesficus (Coccidae).
Diseases:
Aplhelenchoides parietinus ---
Erysiphe polygoni. _--------
Stysanus stemonites-----------
Tilktia foetans- -----
UNKNOWN ORIGIN
Insects:
Chilo sp. (Pyralididae) -------
Cosmopolites sordidus (banana
root borer).
Levcaspis cockerelli (Cocci-
dae).
Metamasius sericeus (silky
cane weevil).
Do -------------
Metamasius sericeus carbona-
rius (Curculionidae).
Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae)
Diseases:
Cerotelium desmium..........


Tamarindus indica (tama- -
rind).
Codiaeum sp. crotonn) ---- -
Hibiscus esculentus (okra). -__
Dioscorea sp. (yam)-------
Xanthosoma sagittifolium -
(yautia).

Ananas sativus ----.---- --


Pedilanthus tithymaloides
(redbird-cactus).
Cereus lemairii (cactus)--....-


Ficus sp. (fig)....--.....
Fragaria sp. (strawberry)--
Rumexsp --------------
Lilium sp. (lily)----------
7 rilicum aestivum (wheat)-


Oryza sativa (rice)---------
Banana debris-----------
Dendrobium sp. (orchid)---
Banana debris-----------
Musasp. (banana)--------
Banana debris------------
Codiaeum variegatum (cro-
ton).
Gossypium sp. (cotton)
(leaf).


New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.


Do.



District of Co-
lumbia.
Do.


Do.
New York.
Do.
Do.
Do.



Texas.
Louisiana.
District of Co-
lumbia.
Louisiana.
Do.
Do.
New York.

Do.


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Bur.Ent. & P. Q. Issued May 1939United States Department of AgricultureBUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINESERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTSLIST OF INTERCEPTED PLANT PESTS, 1937(List of Pests Recorded During the Period July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937, Inclusive, as Intercepted in, on, or with Plants and Plant Products EnteringUnited States Territory.)INTRODUCTIONThe period covered by this report represents the twenty-fourth year for whichlists of intercepted plant pests have been issued. While the earlier reports gavethe details regarding practically all organisms found on the plant material in-spected, the present paper omits many organisms entirely and summarizes theinterceptions of many common or incompletely determined pests in short para-graphs, hence the detailed table contains only a fraction of the total findings.This report is based on interceptions for which determinations were receivedand indexed during the fiscal year. Determinations for collections made late inthe year are often received after the close of the year and are included with thoseof the following year. The summarized records cover pests intercepted in, on,or with plants and plant products (1) imported, (2) offered for but refused entry,(3) held as ships' stores, etc., and hence not imported through customs, (4) offeredfor entry for immediate export or for immediate transportation and exportation inbond, and (5) in domestic shipments reaching the mainland from Hawaii andPuerto Rico.A cross-indexed file covering the more important and interesting interceptionsis maintained in Washington and serves as the basis for this list. State andcustoms officials collaborate with the Bureau and supplement routine reports ofregular employees. Determinations of some of the commoner pests are made by in-spectors familiar with them, but most of the insects are determined by specialists ofthe Bureau and most of the more difficult determinations of plant diseases are madeor verified -by specialists of the Bureau of Plant Industry. Staffs of specialistsmaintained by the States of California and Florida and the Territory of Hawaiimake a large part of the determinations for interceptions at their ports. Statements as to the origin of plant materials inspected cannot be verified insome cases, but every effort is made to determine the origin as accurately aspossible. Items that are obviously doubtful are not listed from any country.In this connection it may be noted that where holds and storage chambers are notthoroughly cleaned at frequent intervals, pests able to propagate under suchconditions may be found attacking products of countries in which the pests donot occur.NOTES ON INSECTS INTERCEPTEDFRUITFLIESThe following fruitflies were intercepted: Anastrepha grandis in pumpkinfrom Argentina 1 and (adult) with banana debris from Panama; Mexican fruitfly(A. ludens) in orange and sapodilla from Guatemala, mango from Honduras,and avocado, cherimoya, grapefruit, guava, mamey, mango, orange, peach, pear, pomegranate, quince, sour orange, sweet lime, tangerine, and white sapote fromMexico; A. mombinpraeoptans in Malayapple from Dominican Republic, mango from Haiti, and guava, mango, and orange from Puerto Rico; A. silvai (adult)with banana debris from Panama; A. striata in guava from Mexico; A. suspensain guava from Dominican Republic; Anastrepha sp. in mango from Bahamas,Costa Rica, Cuba, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Trinidad,loquat from Bermuda, grapefruit and orange from Brazil, star-apple from Co-lombia, orange from Guatemala, rose apple and star-apple from Honduras,apple, grapefruit, guava, mamey, orange, peach, pear, sapodilla, sapote, andsweet lime from Mexico, guava from Puerto Rico, and Lucuma obovata from theI For details of interceptions mentioned in the text see lists under the countries named.113990--39-1 1

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2 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936west coast of South America; Mediterranean fruitfly (Ceratitis capitata) in guavaand sorbe apple from Azores, loquat from Bermuda, grapefruit and orange fromBrazil, pear from Germany, pear and quince from Greece, coffee and mangofrom Hawaii, orange, persimmon, tangerine, and on paper packing in crate oftangerines from Italy, (puparia) on paper wrapping around apples from Malta, grapefruit from Palestine, grape, orange, and (puparium) on paper wrappingaround orange from Spain; melon fly (Dacus cucurbitae) in string bean, wax bean,and (puparia) on sphagnum moss packing with soil around palm trees fromHawaii; olive fruitfly (D. oleae) (adults, larvae, and puparia) among fresh olivesfrom France and Italy; celery fly (Philophylla heraclei) in celery and parsleyfrom England and celery from Italy; Rhagoletis sp. in Crataegus sp., Prunuscapollin, and walnut from Mexico; papaya fruitfly (Toxotrypana curricauda) inpapaya from Bahamas; trypetid (puparia) on parsley from England, in globeartichoke from Italy, and in orange and (puparia) with Compositae from Mexico.INSECTS OTHER THAN FRUITFLIESLarvae and pupae of Agromyza pinguis (Agromyzidae) were intercepted inwitloof leaves from Belgium. The citrus blackfly (Aleurocanthus woglumi) wastaken on leaves of orange and sour lime from Bahamas, sour lime from Cuba,and sweet lime from Jamaica. Aleurolobus marlatti (whitefly) was interceptedon leaves of Citrus sp. from Italy, orange and tangerine from Japan, and orangefrom Mexico. Anaphothrips obscurus was intercepted on parsley from France.Vetch from Belgium, France, Poland, and Scotland was infested with Apionpomonae (Curculionidae). Aspidiotus degeneratus (Coccidae) was taken oncamellia from Japan. Larvae of Baris lepidii (Curculionidae) were 'interceptedin horseradish roots from Czechoslovakia and Poland. Bruchidius histrio(Bruchidae) was intercepted with seed of Lupinus sp. from Turkey. Adults ofBruchus emarginatus arrived in peas from India. The turnip gall weevil (Ceuto-rhynchus pleurostiqma) was taken in rutabaga from Germany, Netherlands,Scotland, and Sweden and turnip from Denmark, England, France, Germany,Netherlands, Poland, and Scotland. The Asiatic rice borer (Chilo simplex)arrived with rice straw from China and Japan, Rhapis humilis from China, andpacking material for flowering cherry tree from Japan. Cholus cattleyarum(Curculionidae) was found in a pseudobulb of an orchid from Mexico. Chrysom-phalus inopinatus (Coccidae) was intercepted on apple stem from Syria. Anadult of the banana root borer (Cosmopolites sordidus) arrived with bananadebris from Panama. Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (whitefly) was intercepted onCape-jasmine from Hawaii. Dicaiothrips angusticeps arrived with pineapplesfrom Cuba and Mexico. Potatoes from Mexico were infested with the potatoweevil (Epicaerus cognatus).The West Indian sweetpotato weevil (Euscepes batatae) was intercepted in sweet-potato from Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and St. Vincent. Exosomalusitanica (Chrysomelidae) was taken in cipollini from Morocco. Formosaspisformosanus (Coccidae) was intercepted on dry bamboo leaves from China. Frank-liniella formosae (thrips) was found on Chinese cabbage from Japan. A larva ofGymnandrosoma aurantianum (Olethreutidae) was intercepted in an orange fromBrazil. The turnip mud beetle (Helophorus rugosus) arrived with radish fromEngland and turnip from France. Hercinothrips pattersoni was found on Aloegrandidentata from Union of South Africa. Laspeyresia splendana (Olethreutidae)was intercepted in chestnuts from Azores, Greece, Italy, Japan, Portugal, andSwitzerland and in acorn from Portugal. Lepidosaphes halli (Coccidae) wasfound on an apricot tree from Syria. Leptoglossus chilensis (Coreidae) was takenon grapes from Chile. The bean pod borer (Maruca testulalis) was intercepted instring beans from Brazil, Hawaii, Java, Mexico, and Puerto Rico, lima beans andstring beans from Cuba, beans from Japan, and on leis from Hawaii. Megastigmusaculeatus (Callimomidae) infested rose seed from France, and M. cryptomeriae was found in seed of Cryptomeria japonica from Japan. Micrelus ericae (Curculioni-dae) infested heather from Germany and Scotland. Larvae and pupae of Mor-dellistena cattleyana (Mordellidae) were taken in Cattleya sp. from Brazil.Napomyza lateralis (Agromyzidae) was intercepted in witloof leaves from Belgium.Orthotylus ericetorum (Miridae) was found on heather from Scotland. Adults ofPachymerus olearius (Bruchidae) were taken in seed of Attalea excelsa from Brazil.The yam weevil (Palaeopus costicollis) was intercepted in a sweetpotato fromBritish Guiana and yams from Jamaica. The pink bollworm (Pectinophoragossypiella) was intercepted in cotton bolls from Bahamas, Cuba, and Mexico,cottonseed from Brazil, Dutch Guiana, Egypt, and Mexico, seed cotton from

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 3Brazil, Mexico, and Turkey, cottonseed adhering to old bagging and rags, rawcotton packing, and cushion of saddle filled with raw cotton from Egypt, sunsethibiscus seed from Brazil, and okra pods from the Virgin Islands. Platythripstunicatus was intercepted on heather from Scotland. The Philippine orange moth(Prays citri) infested sour limes from the Philippines. Psyllia peregrina(Chermidae) was taken on hawthorn from England. Psylliodes chrysocephala (Chrysomelidae) arrived with cabbage and turnip from Denmark, turnip fromEngland, France, India, and Spain, rutabaga and turnip from Germany, cauli-flower and white-sprouting broccoli from Italy, and cabbage and cauliflower fromScotland. Cottonseed from Colombia and Panama were infested with the SouthAmerican bollworm (Sacadodes pyralis). Sericothrips staphylinus was inter-cepted on a violet leaf from England. The durra stem borer (Sesamia cretica)was intercepted in broomcorn from Italy and Morocco and sugarcane from MadeiraIslands. Larvae of the avocado seed moth (Stenoma catenifer) were interceptedin avocado seed from British Honduras, Honduras, and Mexico and avocado fromMexico. A larva of Talponia batesi (Olethreutidae) was taken in a cherimoya fruit from Mexico. Vesiculaphis caricis (aphid) was intercepted on azalea from Japan.NOTES ON PLANT DISEASES INTERCEPTEDSPECIES NEW TO THE INTERCEPTION FILESPlant disease interceptions during the year included the usual number oforganisms new to our interception files. Albugo bliti (Biv.) 0. Kuntze was foundon Amaranthus from Cuba; Ascochyta conorum P. Henn. on spruce cones fromGermany and Norway; A. lycopersici Brun. on eggplant from Italy and ontomatoes from Canary Islands and French Morocco; Botrytis elliptica (Berk.)Cke. on lily bulbs from Japan; Cercospora bloxami Berk. and Br. on turnip fromColombia; C. nicotianae E. and E. on tobacco from Cuba, Haiti, and Philippines;C. petroselini Sacc. on parsley from Morocco; Claviceps tripsaci Stevens and Hallon Tripsacum sp. from Mexico; Colletotrichum erumpens Sacc. on rhubarb petiolesfrom Sweden; C. spinaciae E. and H. on spinach from Belgium; Cylindrosporiumchrysanthemi Eli. and Dearn. on chrysanthemum from Mexico; Diplodia juglandisFries on walnut from Poland: Diplcdilla goetheana Trav. on palm from Italy;Fusicladium depressum var. petroselini Sacc. on parsley from Poland; Gloeosporiumapiosporium Sacc. on bearberry leaf from Italy; G. intermedium var. epidendriSacc. on orchid from Dominican Republic; G. leguminen Cke. on Prosopis fromMexico; Helminthosporium curvulum Sace. on pepper from Cuba; Hemileiaoncidii Griff. and Maubl. on orchids from Brazil and England; Hendersoniagrossulariae Oud. on gooseberry from Norway; Leptosphaeria culmicola (Fr.)Karst. on wheat straw from France; L. tritici (S. Gorovaglio) Pass. on wheatleaves from Italy; Melampsora pinitorqua Rostr. on mugho pine from Germany;Microdiplodia diervillei C. E. Fairman on Diervilla from France; Mycosphaerellalythracearum Wolf. on pomegranate from Mexico; Al. shiraiana Miy. on ricehulls from Japan; Nectria binotiana Sace. on orchid from Venezuela; Peronosporavalerianellae FEckl. on Valerianella from France; Pestalozzia batatac E. and E. onsweetpotato from Japan; Phaeochora neowashingtonianae (Shear) Theiss and Syd.on palm from Mexico; Phoma echinopsidis Speg. on Echinopsis from Argentina;Phomopsis capsici (Magn.) Sace. on pepper from Cuba and Mexico; Phragmi-dium disciflorum (Tode) James on rose from Hungary: Phyllosticta grandimaculansBub. and Krieg. on strawberry from Norway; P. japonica Miy. on paddy ricefrom China; P. laeliae Keissler on orchid from Mexico; P. stanhopeae All. onorchid from Guatemala; Physalospora orchidearum P. Henn. on orchid fromDominican Republic; Pleospora neottiae Hollos on orchids from Guatemala andMexico; Puccinia absinthii DC. on tarragon from England and on wormwoodfrom France; P. bowtelouae (Jennings) Holw. on grass from Mexico; P. chloride.Speg. on fingergrass from Mexico; P. ;mayorii Ed. Fischer on Sideritis fromGreece; P. versicolor Diet. and Holw. on grasses from Mexico; Sclerotinia laxa(Ehrenb.) Aderh. and Ruhl. on apples from Germany, Ireland, Italy, and Poland,on cherry from Portugal, on plum from France, and on pear from Germany;Septoria anthrisci Pass. and Brun. on Anthriscus from Italy; S. primulae Buch.on primrose from England; Stagonospora macrospora (Dur. and M.) Sace. onagave from Italy; Uredo ignava Arthur on bamboo leaf from Tobago; U. rochiawPutt. on Myrciaria from Brazil; Uromyces chloridis Doidge on grass packing frontSouth Africa; and Ustilago esculenta P. Henn., an edible smut, on Zizania fromJapan.

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4 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1036NEW SPECIES AND NEW, UNUSUAL, OR OTHERWISE INTERESTING RECORDSA number of interceptions were of particular interest because they were unlikedescribed species or unlike species known to occur on the host or because therecord was unusual for some reason. Among these interceptions were the fol-lowing: Ascochyta sp. associated with Cercospora petroselini Sacc. on parsley fromMorocco and a later interception of what may be the same species on parsley fromGermany; citrus canker, Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge, was intercepted oncitrus from Ceylon, China, Dutch East Indies, Japan, and Straits Settlements,the hosts including lemon for the first time in our interception records; Botrytisallii M. T. Munn was intercepted from the Tropics for the first time on onionsfrom Straits Settlements; Camarosporium sp., no species reported on orchids, wasfound on Oncidium sp. from Honduras; Cephalosporium pammelii var. purpuras-cens Buchanan was again intercepted on apples from Japan; a black rot of carrotintercepted from Belgium, England, France, and Germany had, in several cases,numerous fruiting bodies of a fungus tentatively determined as Ceratostomellafimbriata (E. and H.) Ell.; Cercospora sp., probably a new species, was found onTradescantia from Mexico; Cercospora sp., no species found reported on the host,was intercepted on Cordia from Mexico; Colletotrichum agaves Cav. on agave fromMexico; Colletotrichum sp., near C. lujae Verpl. and Claess. but perhaps a new species, was found on orchid from Dominican Republic; Colletotrichum sp., unlikespecies reported on host, was found on Oncidium from Mexico; Coniosporium sp.,unlike species reported on bamboo, was found on a bamboo stake in plants fromCanada; Coniothyrium sp., unlike either species reported on orchids, was inter-cepted on Oncidium from Honduras; Didymella sp., unlike species reported on rose,found on manetti rose stocks from Netherlands; Elsinoe australis Bitancourt andJenkins was intercepted on shipments of lemons from Paraguay; Gloeosporiumaffini Sacc. was intercepted on orchids from Costa Rica and Venezuela; G. oncidiiOud. was found on orchids from Costa Rica; an unusual Gloeosporium, not deter-minable, was found on peppers from Cuba; Heterosporium allii Ellis and Mart. wasintercepted on onion for the first time, material being from Chile and France;Kabatiella sp. was isolated from a rot of apple from Australia: Mollisia sp., no species reported on orchids, was found on orchids from Guatemala; a fungus foundinfecting spruce cones from Germany did not fit the description of any namedspecies of Myxosporium or Gloeosporium; Ophiobolus sp., no species reported onorchids, was found on a shipment of Cattleya mossiae from Venezuela; Papulosporaparasitica (Eid.) Harz was intercepted on tulips from Netherlands; Pestalozziaspp., unlike any species reported on orchids, were found on orchids from Guate-mala and on Cymbidium from Japan; an undetermined species of Phoma, appar-ently new, was found on Hoodia and Raveresia from South Africa; Phomopsisspp., unlike species reported on the hosts, were intercepted on orchids fromGuatemala, on Cymbidium from India, and on pods of Myroxylon from Trinidad;Phyllosticta sp. was intercepted on Arachis glabrata from Brazil, no such fungusseems to have been reported on Arachis; Phyllosticta sp., unlike any species report-ed on rice, was found on rice straw from Ceylon; a rust on bamboo from China wasdetermined as Puccinia mitriformis Kusano but did not fit the description; Rhizoc-tonia bataticola (Taub.) Butler, formerly listed as Sclerotium bataticola Taub., con-tinued to be intercepted on melons from Argentina and Chile; undetermined mi-nute black sclerotia were found in horseradish root from Germany; undeterminedminute black sclerotia were plentiful in morning-glory roots from Japan; diseasedpassion fruit from Madeira Islands had fruiting bodies and spores resemblingthose of Septoria fructigena B. and C. but was not definitely determinable; Spha-celoma perseae Jenkins was intercepted on avocados from Colombia; Uredo sp.,apparently an undescribed species, was intercepted on Oncidium from Mexico;Uromyces betae (Pers.) Lev. was intercepted on beet leaves from Chile, indicatingthat this rust occurs in South America ; Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis (Schw.)Curt. was intercepted on leaves in shipments of lespedeza seed from Japan, andthe fact that the Asiatic and American rusts under this name do not appear toinfect each other's hosts makes it desirable to prevent entry of the Asiatic form;Volutella sp., apparently an undescribed species, was intercepted on sour orangesfrom Japan.Unsuccessful efforts were made to isolate an organism from an apparently sterilespotting more or less prevalent on Mexican citrus fruits. If the disease spreadsas alleged by some it may be virus trouble.The flowers of plants of Saccharum spontaneum grown from imported seed col-lected in Turkestan were found to contain a new species of seed-infesting nema(Anguina spermophaga Steiner), which may have been brought in with the seed.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 5NEMATODE INTERCEPTIONSNematode interceptions made during the year included Anguina (Anguillulina)tritici (Steinbuch) Filipjev in wheat seed from China and India; Aphelenchoidesparietinus Bastian in various hosts from Bermuda, Chile, China, England, Fin-land, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, and Yugoslavia: Aphelenchus avenue Bastianon various hosts from England, Germany, Netherlands, and Norway; Cephalobussp. (probably new) in yam from Grenada; Ditylenchus (Anguillulina) dipsaci(Kuhn) Filipjev in various hosts from Belgium, Denmark, England, France,Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, and Sweden; D. intermedius (deMan) Filipjevon alfalfa from Turkey; Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodev was intercepted onhosts new to the interception files, including Aloe rerecunda, Drimia hawvorthioides,and Plerodiscus luridus from South Africa, Epimedium sulphureum, Vinca minor,and V. minor alba from Netherlands, Primula rhni from Japan and Sinningiaspeciosa from England: Paraphelenchus pseudoparietinius Micol. in narcissus bulbsfrom Netherlands: Pratylenchus (AngilLulina) pratensis (deMan) Filipjev invarious hosts from Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Germany, Grenada, Italy,Jamaica, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, and St. Vincent: Rotylench us (Hoplolaimus)bradys (Steiner and LeHew) Filipjev in yams from Cuba (new locality record)and Jamaica.AIRCRAFT INTERCEPTIONSOne thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine interceptions of insects were made.Among these were the following: Acroleucus tallus (Lygaeidae) on camellia fromMexico: Amorbia emigratella (Tortricidae) on Cape-jasmine from Mexico; Anapho-thrips orchidaceas on orchid from Mexico; Mexican fruitfly (Anastrepha ludens) inorange from Mexico: Aspidiotus palmae and A. persearum on camellia fromMexico; A. spinosus on mamey from Cuba and camellia from Mexico; Chrysom-phalus personatus on camellia and rose cutting from Mexico: Coccus viridis onCape-jasmine from Cuba and coffee from Jamaica: Frankliniella cephalica (thrips)on rose from Colombia; F. cephalica melanommata on a bouquet from Jamaica;F. cubensis on rose from Cuba: F. fortissima on gladiolus from Mexico; Isochaeto-thrips reticulatus on camellia from Mexico; Limothrips denticornis on rose fromGermany; M1acrosiphum luteum (aphid) on orchid from Mexico; red-bandedthrips (Selenothrips rubrocinctus) on rose from Cuba; Toeniothrips atratus ongladiolus from Germany; T. ericae on rose from Germany; T. hau-aiiensis onArabian jasmine (flower leis), Mexican frangipani, and ginger (leis) from Hawaii;and gladiolus thrips (Taeniothrips simplex) on gladiolus from Mexico.Fifty-three plant disease interceptions were made on aircraft material duringthe year. Alternaria herculea on Brassica oleracea, Capnodium sp. and Cephaleurosvirescens on Camellia japonica, Diplocarpon rose on Rosa sp., Heterosporiumechinulatum on Dianthus sp., Mfacrosporium sp., Mleliola sp., Septobasidium sp.(2), and Slilbum sp. (33) on Gardenia florida, all from Mexico; Cercospora sp. onDianthus sp. from Guatemala; Colletotrichuam gloeosporioides on Citrus sinensisfrom Haiti; Colletotrichum sp. on Epidendrum sp. from Paraguay; Diplodia sp. onAleurites triloba from Bahamas; Phomopsis citri on Citrus au.rantium, Phomopsissp. on Jasminum sambac, Septobasidium sp. on Citrus sinensis, and Sphacelomafawcettii on Citrus aurantium from Cuba: Phyllosticta sp. on Arachis glabrata fromBrazil: Septobasidium sp. on Citrus sirten.is from Jamaica: Sphaerothcca pannosaon Rosa sp. from Germany.In addition to the plant-disease interceptions there were eight collections ofentomogenous fungi sent in on material from aircraft including 1yriangiumduriaei on Lepidosaphes beckii on orange from Jamaica and Parlatoria pergandiion orange from Brazil: Nectria diploma on Ischnaspis longirostris on coffee fromTrinidad and on Lepidosaphes beckii on oranges from Cuba and Honduras;Sphaerostilbe sp. on unknown host on Gardenia florida (2) and camellia fromMexico.That there is a diversity of material, pests, and sources of origin in the airplane-interceptions records is shown by the fact that insects or diseases or both werefound in, on, or with hosts belonging to 83 genera, that insects taken during air-plane inspections belonged to 325 genera and pathogens to 16 genera, and thatthe 22 countries of origin included countries in Europe, North America, SouthAmerica, Central America, and Asia, as well as scattered islands in the Atlanticand Pacific Oceans.

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6 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936COMMON PESTS INTERCEPTEDThe following summaries of common insects and plant diseases may includeforms or strains not yet introduced and hence potentially dangerous, but we haveno practicable means for determining that point. The two sets of figures inparentheses following each pest name indicate the number of countries fromwhich the pest was intercepted and the total number of interceptions.INSECTSAcan'thoscelides obtectus (11-219), Ahasverus advena (35-170), Aphis gossypii(17-257), A. rumicis (15-72), Araecerus fasciculatus (24-63), Aspidiotus camellia(15-55), A. cyanophylli (16-66), A. hederae (37-1,012), A. lataniae (36-252), A.perniciosus (5-21), Aulacaspis pentagona (18-49), A. rosae (8-10), Brevicornebrassicae (23-240), Carpocapsa pomonella (16-96), Cathartus quadricollis (8-249),Cavariella capreae (11-68), Cerataphis lataniae (15-60), Ceroplastes floridensis(5-27), Chionaspis citri (10-48), C. euonymi (4-18), Chrysomphalus aonidum(42-3,230), C. aurantii (37-666), C. dictyospermi (32-1,137), Coccvs elongatus(3-27), C. hesperidum (27-261), Diaspis boisduvalii (23-143), D. bromeliae (7-126),D. echinocacti (15-68), D. echinocacti opuntiae (8-23), Ephestia cautella (22-179),Gnorimoschema operculella (31-193), Heliothis obsoleta (12-3,274), H. virescens(4-393), Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis (11-37), Hemichionaspis aspidistrae (17-142),H. minor (18-253), Howardia biclavis (12-176), Ischnaspis longirostris (16-65),Lasioderma serricorne (22-65), Lepidosaphes beckii (80-6,477), L. gloverii (31-974),L. ulmi (12-46), Macrosyphum solanifolii (18-276), Myzus persicae (24-507),Necrobia rufipes (17-35), Oryzaephilus surinamensis (26-178), Parlatoria pe rgandii(40-2,492), P. proteus (14-53), Plodia inter punctella (22-373), Pseudaonidiaarticulatus (35-847), Pseudococcus adonidum (16-37), P. brevipes (23-1,010), P.citri (35-273), P. maritimus (24-91), P. nipae (11-37), Rhizoglyphus hyacinthi(12-50), Rhizopertha domrinica (8-171), Rhopalosiphum pseudobrassicae (8-94),Saissetia hemisphaerica (28-285), S. nigra (9-49), S. oleae (22-100), Sitodrepapanicea (8-25), Sitophilus granarius (8-73), S. oryzae (31-1,251), Sitotrogacerealella (13-290), Tenebroides mauritanicus (17-169), Thrips tabaci (27-410),Tribolium castaneum (33-472), T. confusum (7-50), Typhaea stercorea (20-151):Total of these insect interceptions, 30,856.DISEASESActinomyces scabies (57-863), Albugo candida (9-159), Alternaria brassicas(12-46), A. herculea (19-64), A. radicina (6-13), A. solani (2-101), Aspergillusniger (49-292), Bacillus carotovorus (35-113), Bacterium campestre (3-3), B.maculicola (16-74), B. marginatum (11-48), B. phaseoli (1-3), B. pisi (1-2),B. tumefaciens (6-70), B. vesicatorium (4-1,492), Basisporium gallarum (7-18),Botrytis cinerea (29-239), B. tulipae (2-7), Bremia lactucae (5-50), CapnodiumcdIri (16-43), Cephalothecium roseum (20-125), Ceratostomella adiposum (4-71),C. paradoxa (20-307), Cercospora apii (2-4), C. beticola (3-14), C. capsici (3-378),C. neriella (1-10), C. rosicola (2-26), Cladosporium carpophilum (3-5), C. cucumeri-num (3-4), C. fulvum (6-49), C. herbarum (7-93), Claviceps purpurea (2-4),Colletotrichum circinans (11-40), C. gloeosporioides (35-1,416), C. lagenarium(9-32), C. lindemuthianum (14-30), C. phomoides (3-6), C. pisi (3-6), Coniothyriumfuckelii (7-16), Corticum vagum (56-880), Diaporthe phaseolorum (3-81), Diplo-carpon rosae (6-12), Diplodia natalensis (32-85), D. tubericola (14-19), D. zeae(5-36), Elsinoe fawcetti (18-88), Erysiphe graminis (4-31), Fvsarium moniliforme(3-57), Gibberella saubinetti (1-5), Gloeosporium limetticolum (13-258), G. musarum(5-7), Glomerella cingulata (20-46), Graphiola phoenicis (2-16), Helminthosporiumallii (10-83), H. oryzae (3-6), H-. sativum (5-33), Heterodera marioni (20-87),Heterosporium allii (5-5), Leptothyrium pomi (8-12), Macrosporium tomato(4-53), Melanconium sacchari (15-29), Mycosphaerella brassicicola (10-91), M.pinodes (10-19), Oospora citri aurantii (7-12), 0. lactis parasitica (10-24), 0.pustulans (6-11), Penicillium digitatum (33-181), P. expansum (16-73), P.gladioli (4-10), P. gqu~cum (5-5), P. italicum (31-179), Peronospora parasitica(9-50), Pestalozzia guepini (5-8), Phoma betae (3-4), P. destructiva (17-1,059),P. lingam (5-7), Phoinopsis citri (37-280), P. vexans (6-261), Phytophthorainfestans (29-480), Puccinia antirrhini (2-6), P. chrysanthemi (4-22), P. coronata(5-6), P. extensicola hieraciata (1-1), P. glumarum (3-8), P. graminis (19-98),P. malvacearum (3-14), P. hieracii (4-12), P. menthae (5-20), P. porri (8-33),P. rubigo-vera (17-69), P. sorghi (4-s), Rhizopus nigricans (36-408), Sclerotinia

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 7sclerotiorum (38-262), S. gladioli (5-22), Sclerotium oryzae (18-115), S. rolfsii(9-45), Septoria apii (19-100), S. petroselini (15-54), Sphaceloma perseae (5-174),Sphaecelotheca sorghi (5-18), Sphaerotheca pannosa (2-4), Spondylocladiumatrovirens (60-1,791), Spongospora subterranea (19-116), Stilbum incarnatum(1-13), Stysanus stemonites (11-17), Tilletia foetans (3-5), T. laevis (4-34), T.tritici (3-7), Uromyces appendiculatus (7-9), U. caryophyllinus (4-8), Ustilagohordei (2-6), U. tritici (4-5), U. zeae (2-20), Venturia inaequalis (36-357), V.pyrina (12-72), Verticillium cinnabarina (36-243): Total of these disease inter-ceptions, 15,214.INCOMPLETELY DETERMINED PESTSINSECTSIn addition to the common pests determined to genus and species and the moreimportant interceptions listed in the detailed table there are thousands of pestsintercepted which cannot be determined to species. Many of these belong togroups containing species of considerable economic importance and may bepotentially more dangerous than most of the pests in the detailed table. Sincetheir status is unknown and cannot be determined we cannot well do more thanto call attention to them briefly in an effort to give as comprehensive a view ofthe interception records as is practicable.Of the insect pests intercepted a total of 3,024 could be determined to family,subfamily, or tribe only. A total of 7,228 other lots of insect pests, determinedto genus only, were distributed among 1,004 genera. The largest number ofinterceptions included under any one of these 1,004 genera is 434 under Parlatoria.For some genera there was a single interception. Under Ceutorhynchus sp. thereare records of 159 interceptions from a total of 17 countries and associated with14 different hosts. Under Pseudococcus sp. there are records of 178 interceptionsfrom a total of 40 countries in practically all parts of the world and on a total of63 hosts. Total of these insect interceptions, 10,252.DISEASESPartially determined plant pathogens belonged to 106 genera and totaled 7,429.For approximately 40 of these genera there was a single interception each, whilethere were 3,365 interceptions of Fusarium sp. and 25 or more interceptions for each of more than 20 other genera. A brief analysis of the data for two of these genera showed that Gloeosporium sp. was intercepted 217 times on 48 differenthost genera and from 37 countries, including every continent, and that Sclerotiumsp. was intercepted 67 times on 28 host genera and from 20 countries. Total ofthese disease interceptions, 7,429.The figures presented give an indication of the diversity of the interceptionsincluded in the undetermined groups of both insects and diseases.Summary of interceptions by continents and subdivisionsCountry Insects Diseases Country Insects DiseasesAfricaNumber Number Asia-Continued. Number NumberAfrica.---------------------1 0 Syria----------------------4 0Algeria.----------------.3 Taiwan--------------------2 0Angola--------------------3 0 Turkey --------------------48 7Canary Islands-------------2 2 Australasia (including PacificEgypt---------------------41 0 Islands):Kenya---------------------1 0 American Samoa----------2 0Liberia--------------------1 0 Australia.------------------2 2Madeira Islands------------2 1 Ceylon --------------------1 3Moro-co ----------------7 2 Dutch Eait Indies.---------5 3Nyasadand----------------1 0 Fiji Islands----------------1 0Tanganyika---------------1 0 Hawaii.-------------------251 3Tunis---------------------5 0 Java --------------------10 0Union of South Africa 74 38 New Zealand.-----------5 2West Afri1a--------.-----0 Philippines ----------------27 3Asif I Pitcairn island------------1 0China---------------------40 i6 Sumatra-------------------1 0French Indo-China--------1 0 Tahiti.--------------------2 0India-.-------------51 8 Europe:Japan.--------------------219 96 Austria--------------------8 0Palestine------------------4 1 Azores ----------------------12 2Siam----------------------2 0 Belgium.------------------254 15Straits Settlements.--------17 3 Czechoslovakia------------11 1

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8 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936Summary of interceptions by continents and subdivisions-ContinuedCountry Insects Diseases Country Insects DiseasesEurope-Continued. Number Number North America-Continued.Denmark.------------------10 2 West Indies-Continued. Number NumberEngland.------------------122 45 Dominica---------------3 1Estonia-------------------1 0 Dominican Republic.-23 6Finland-------------------1 2 Grenada---------------0 1France.--------------------82 27 Haiti.------------------17 2Germany----------------67 116 Jamaica.---------------42 2Greece---------------------9 9 Montserrat------------5 0Hungary------------------75 1 Nevis.----------------3 0Ireland--------------------11 7 Puerto Rico-----------37 6Isle of Man.----------------2 0 St. Kitts--------------1 0Italy.---------------------119 52 St. Lucia--------------14 0Malta---------------------1 0 St. Vincent-----------6 1Netherlands---------------88 108 Tobago----------------0 1Norway-------------------5 7 Trinidad--------------18 4Poland--------------------9 4 Virgin Islands---------9 0Portugal--------------------9 2 South America:Rumania.-----------------0 1 Argentina-----------------16 5Scotland.------------------423 1 Brazil --------------------58 5Spain.---------------------27 4 British Guiana------------8 1Sweden--------------------21 5 Chile----------------------5 17Switzerland-------------7 0 Colombia.------------------47 6Union of Soviet Socialist Dutch Guiana-------------1 0Republics---------------1 I Ecuador-------------------3 0Yugoslavia----------------1 4 Paraguay------------------1 2North America: Peru-----------------------2 0Bermuda------------------12 7 South America------------1 0Nova Scotia.-----------0 2Central America: Total: Britis h Honduras --.-. 5 0 Africa.--------------------143 43Canal Zone------------12 0 Asia -------.-------389 131Costa Rica------------19 6 Australasia----------------308 16Guatemala------------81 3 Europe.------------------1,376 416Honduras--------------45 0 North America-----------5, 246 729Nicaragua.-.--5 0 South America.------------188 40Panama---------------66 0 Unknown origin-----------23 1Mexico------------------4,364 83Newfoundland------------19 2 Total .------------------7,668 1,376West Indies----------------2 1 Total (common pests, p.American Virgin Islands 2 0 6) -----------------30,856 15,214Antigua.----.--.-.-.7 0 Total (incompletely de-Bahamas --------------22 2 termined pests, p. 7).10,252 7,429Barbados--------------22 0 Total insects -----------48, 776---------British West Indies-. 4 0 Total diseases------------------24,019Cayman Islands -.--1 0 Grand total.--------------------72,795Cuba.-----------------374 596NOTE.-In addition to the countries named above, interceptions, including those of common pests (p. 6)and of incompletely determined pests (p. 7) were made from Arabia, Aruba, Bolivia, British CentralAfrica, British Columbia, British West Africa, Bulgaria, Burma, Chosen, CuraCao, Cyprus, FederatedMalay States, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Guam, Guernsey, Iran, Jersey, Juan Fernandes Island, Latvia,Lebanon, Leeward Islands, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Madagascar, Malay Peninsula, Manchuria, MytileneIsland, Mongolia, Mozambique, New Caledonia, Nigeria, Orient, St. Martin, St. Thomas (AmericanVirgin Islands), Salvador, Senegal, and Southwest Africa.List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]Number of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestal:Insects: AFRICACorcyra cephalonica (PyraliTheobroma cacao (cacao). ---------California.*didae).Insects: ALGERIAParlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae) Citrus limonia (lemon) ----------1 Maryland.Do. .-------------------Citrus sinensis (orange)-. -----------1 1 Texas.I The common names for the following have been omitted: Ananas sativus (pineapple), Braxsica oleraceacapitate (cabbage), ('apsicum annuum (pepper), Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato), Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane), and Sotanum tuberosum (potato). Where the same host occurs frequently the common namehas been omitted part of the time. All horticultural variety names have been omitted.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 9List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from Julyl, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host -I Collected in-pestAMERICAN SAMOAInsects:Phenacaspis samoana (CocciCccos nucifera (coconut) 1 ----------------Hawaii.* dae).Pseudococcus cocotis (Cocci--do-----------------1 ---------------Do.*dae).AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDSInsects:Hemichionaspis minor etrachaHibiscus sp----------------------------Puerto Rico.ni (Coccidae).Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae). Orchid-------------------1 Do.Insects: ANGOLA pStephanoderes hampei (ScolyCofea sp -._--.--.3 New York.tidae).A NTIG CAIInsects: Asterolecanium miliaris IonAnthozanthum odoratum 1 -Do.gum (Coccidae). (sweetgrass). sChrysomphalus personatus Laurus nobilis (Grecian ---Iassachusetts.(Coccidae). laurel).Targionia hartii (Coccidae). Dioscorea sp. (yam) ----------------2 Do.Do --------_-_------------_-do ----------------------------------New York.Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae) Laurus nobilis --------------------1--------Massachusetts.ARGENTINAInsects:Anastrepha grandis (TrypetiCucurbita pepo (pumpkin) ------------------2 Texas.dae).Chrysomphalus dictyospermi Vitie sp. (grape) -----------1 ----------------ew York.var. (Coccidae). Chrysom phalus personatus Citr uis sinensis (orange)--------------------1 Louisiana.(Coccidae).Cylas formicariuls (sweetpoIpomoea batatas (sweetpo-----------------3 Do.tato weevil). tato).Geocoris callosulus (LygaeiPacking around grapes. 1----------------New York.dae).Geocorissobrinus(Lygaeidae) --do-----------------1 ---------------Do.Heteroderes rufangulus (ElaExcelsiorpackingforgrape1 -------------Do.teridae).Do ---------------------Paper packing for grapes.1 -----------Do.Nysiussimulans (Lygaeidae)----do ------------------1 -------------Do.Parlotoriafluggeaebrasiliensis Citrus sinensis (orange)------------------1 Louisiana.(Coccidae).Do -------------------do -----------------------------1 Massachusetts.Psychid --_------------------Vitis sp. (grape)----------I Louisiana.Saulaspis graphica (ChrysoExcelsior packing for grapes 1 -----------------ew York.melidae).Diseases:Phoma echinopsidis ----------Echinopsis multiplex--_ 1-----------District of Co.lumbia.Puccinia allii.--------------Allium satirum (garlic) --1 Pennsylvania.Rhizoctonia batolicola--------Cucumis melo (melon).1New York.Do __-------------------Cucumis melo var. Cassaba 1---------------Do.Vermicularia varians--------Sola num tuberosum 1------. -Alabama.AUSTRALIAInsects:Pseudaonidia clarigera (CocOrchid------------------1 -California.*cidae).Sternochetus mangiferae (manMangifera indica (mango) ---------1 -Do.go weevil).Diseases: Ascochyta citrullina.-.---.--. Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) -.--1 Virginia.Bacterium solanacearum------Dahlia sp------------------1. District of Co.Bactriu soanaear M -----I ----I -lumbia.Physalospora obtusa ----------Tlalus sylrestris (apple)----------L. .1 New York.113990-39-2

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10 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestI. ~ bC ctAuSTRIAInsects:Anthonomus rectirostris (CurPrunus avium sylvestris. 1 -------------Alabama.culionidae). Do --------------------do---------------------1-----------District of Co-lumbia.Bruchidius villo~vs (BruchiLaburnum alpinum(Scotch -----1 ---------Do.dae). laburnuin).Do--.--------------------do.-------------------1 ----------Massachusetts.Do----------------Laburnum vulgare (golden-----1 ---------District of Co-chain). lumbia.Do -------------------------.do ..-----------------1 ------------Pennsylvania.Odontotarsus grammicus (PenRhus cotinus (smoketree) ------1 ----------District of Co-tatomidae). lumbia.Palomenaprasina(PentatomFagussytvaticapurpurea--------1--------Do.idae.).AzoREsInsects:Bruchus tristiculus (BruchiLathyrus odoratus (sweet -----3 ---------New York.dae). pea).Ceratitis capitata (MediterraPsidium guajava (guava)-------1 Do.nean fruitfly).Do. .-----------------Sorbus domestica (sorbe ------1---------Massachusetts.apple).Laspeyresia splendana (OleCastanea sp. (chestnut) -----------2 ------New York.threutidae).Targionia bromeliae (CocciAnanas sativus.-----------1--------------Massachusetts.dae).Do ..--------------------do.------.--------------------I-1 3 New York.Diseases:Ceratostomella fimbriata.------Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo----------1 -----Do.tato).Uromycesfaba .------------Vicia faba (fava bean) ---..-----.Do.BAHAMASInsects:Aleurocanthus iroglumi (citCitrus aurantifolia (lime). 2 ------------Florida.*rus blackfly)Do .-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange)----------1 -.-Do.*Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae). Mangifera indica (mango) ----------------1 Do.*Aspidiotus cocotiphagus (CocCocos nucifera (coconut) ------------------Do.*cidae).Do. ..-----------------Poinciana regia (royal ---------1 ------Do.*poinciana).Aspidiotus destructor (CocciAchras sapota (sapodilla).------------1 'New York.dae).Do------------------Cocos nucifera (coconut) ----------1 ------Florida.*Do-----------------Cycas revoluta (sago cycas) ----------1 ------New York.Do-----------------Poirciana regia (royal --------1 -------Do.poinciana).Coccus viridis (Coccidae). Citrus limonia (lemon) ---------------1 --Florida.*Do_ ..-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ----.-------1 -------Do.*Cylas formicarius (sweetpoIpomoca batatas (sweetpo--------------1 Do.*tato weevil). tato).Do .-.--------------------do.---------------------------3 South Carolina.Frankliniella cubensis (thrips) Rosa sp.-------------------I --1 Florida.*Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidac). Codiaeum sp. crotonn) -----------1 ------New York.Pectinophora gossypiella (pink Gossypium sp. (cotton) --------1 ------Florida.* bollworm). (boll).Targionia sacchari (Coccidae).Saccharum officinaruM -----.--------2 ---.Do.*Toxotrypana curricauda (paCarica papaya (papaya)-----------------1 Do.*paya fruitfly).Diseases:Colletotrichum falcatum------Saccharum officinarum------------2 ----.Do.*BARBADOSInsects:Aspidiotus destructor (CocciPersea americana (avocado) -----1 --------New York.dae).Asterolecanium miliaris (CocBamboo-.------------------1 ---------Do.cidae).Asterolecanium miliaris lonPalm.------------------.---1 -----------Do.gum (Coccidae).

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.une 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 11List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1987,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestBARBADOS-ContiruedInsects-Coutinued.Chrysomphalus personatus Citrus sinensis (orange)-------1 New York.(Coccidae).Do.-----------------Laurvs nobilis (Grecian ---.-. 1 Pennsylvania.laurel).Dialeurodicus tessellatus -do----------------------1-----------Do.(whitefly).Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis Cassia fistula (golden.-----1 New York.(Coccidae). shower).Targionia hartii (Coccidae). Celocasia escule tia (taro) -------1 ------------Massachusetts.Do ..-----------------Dioscorea sp. (yam)----------2 2 --------Do.Do-------------------------do----------------6 3 ---New York.Vinsontastellifera(Coccidae). Laurus nobilis (Grecian ----------1-------Do.laurel).BELGIUMInsects:Acrolepia assectella (PlutelliAllium porrum (leek) --------------------3 New York.dae).Agrornpza pinguis (AgromyCichoriumintybus witlooff). 33 -----------------Do.zidae).Aleyredes azaleae (whitefly). Azalea sp------------------------------District of Co-lumbia.Apicn pomonae (CurculioniVicia sp. (vetch)---------2 --------------Alabama.de).Athous subfutcus (Elateridae) Soil on azalea root --------I----------------District of Co-lumbia.Bruchus luteicorzis (BruchiVicia sp. (vetch)-----------1-----------------Alabama.dae)Lepidosaphes tuberculata (CocCymbidium sp. (orchid) .1 ------------District of Co-cidae). lumbia.Napomryza lateralis (AgromyCichorium intybus (wit210----------New York.zide). loof).Thr ips angusticeps (thrips).Brassica oleracea capitata -------------------1 Do.Do--.-----------------Lactuca sativa lWngifolia -----------------1 Do.(Romaine lettuce).Diseases:Ceratostomella fimbriata------Daucus carota (carrot)-------------------1 Pennsylvania.Do ---------------------do --------------------------------2 Texas. Collectotrichvm spinaciae----Spitncia oleracea (spir-ach) 1 ----------------New York.Dit vlenchus dipsaci---------Solanium tuberosum -----------------------1 Alab ma.Fusicoccurn riticolum--------Vitis sp. (grape) ------------------------New York.Peronospora effusa---------Spirtacia oleracca (spinach) 1 --------------Do.Puccinia alii--------------A llium satirum (garlic) ---------------------1 Pennsylvania.Sclerotinia mi'ior-----------Cichorium intybus (wit5 -----------------New York.loof).Septoria azaleae------------Azalea sp---------------1---------------District of Co-lumbia.Thielavia basicola-----------Sinningia sp. (gloxinia). 1 ----------------Do.BERMUDAInsects:Anastrepha sp.(Trypetidae). Eriobotryajaponica(loquat) ---------1 New York.Ceratitis capitata (Mediter-----do-------------. ------Do.ran ean fruitfly).Ceroplastessinensis(Coccidae) Euphorbia pulcherrima -------------1 Do.(poinsettia).Frankliniella c e p h a I i c a Antirrhinum sp--------------1 Do.(thrips).Do -----------------Freesia sp--------------------i ---. Do.Do------------------Lilium sp-------------------------------Do.Do-------------------Rosa sp--------------------------1 --------Massachusetts.Lepidosaphes I a s i a n t h i Codiaeum sp. (croton)------------2 Do.(C Coccidoxl)..1'crga l'ci 1 o n -i s p i r, a Neria!7 olearmr (oleander) ------.-Ne York.(Coccidao).Parlatoria crttlnis (Cc.ccidae)__ Codiaeurn sp. (croton) .1 .---. Do.Pseudiechias pis b o u, r e y i Agare sp..---.----.---.------.1 Do.(Coccidae).I

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12 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest0BERMUDA-ContinuedDiseases:Aphelenchoides parietinus----Solanurn tuberosum-------1 -----------New York.Fusicladium eriobotryae------Eriobotrya j a p o n i c a ------1 ------Do.(loquat).Gloeosporium oleandri-------Nerium oleander -----------------2 ------Do. Pestalozzia palmarum.-------Cocos nucifera (coconut)----------1 ---. ---Do.Pratylenchus pratensis-------Solanum tuberosum-------1 ------------Do.BRAZILInsects:Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -Citrus grandis (grapefruit) --------------1 Louisiana.Do---------------Citrus sinensis (orange)--------------------2 Do.Aspidiotus destructor (CocciPalm --------------------------------New York.dae).Asterolecanium a u r e u m Cattleya sp. (orchid)------1 ------------District of Co-(Coccidae). lumbia.Callosobruchus p h a s e o I i Dolichoi sp ----------------------------Do.(Bruchidae). #Castnia sp. (Castniidae)----Oncidium sp. (orchid) 1------------Do.Ceratitis capitata (MediterraCitrus grandis (grapefruit)-------------2 Louisiana.nean fruitfly).Do. ..-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ----.--------1 1 Do.Chrysomphalus personatus -----do.-------------.------------.1 .Do.(Coccidae).Euscepes batatae (West InIpomoea batatas (sweet-------------3 Alabama.dian sweetpotato weevil) potato).Do.-------------------------do-.-------------------------2 2 New York.Gymnandrosomaaurantianum Citrus sinensis------------.---.------------1 Louisiana.(Olethreutidae).Gymnandrosoma sp. (Ole----do -.---------------------------1 Do.threutidae).Lophocateres pusillus (SiaOryza sativa (paddy rice) ------------1 -.New York.mese grain beetle).Do----------------Tragopogon porrifolius -----1 --------District of Co-(vegetable-oyster). lumbia.Maruca testulalis (bean pod Phaseolus sp. (string bean) --------------1 New York.borer).Mordellistena cattleyana (MorCattleya sp. (orchid)------1 -----------District of Co-dellidae). lumbia.Morganella I o n g i s p i n a Carica papaya (papaya) -----------------1 New York.(Coccidae).Pachymerus n u c I e o r u m Orbignya speciosa (babassu 2 -------------California.*(Bruchidae). nut).Pachymerus olearius (BruchiAttalea ercelsa------------1 ------------New York.dae).Parlatoriafluggeae bra.3iliensis Citrus sinensis (orange) -------------------2 Alabama.(Coccidae).Do .----------------.-----.do.----------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do -.--------------------.do .------------------.---1 1 1 Louisiana.Do --_. .-------------------do---------------------------2 Maryland. Do. ..---------------------do ---------------------------1 Massachusetts.Do.--.-------------------do ------------------------------1 New York.Do.--------------------(10-.---------------------------1 2 Pennsylvania.Do.-------------------do ----.-------------------------2 2 Texas.Pectinophora qossypiella (pink Gossypium sp. (cotton--------1------California.*bollworm). seed).Do---.--------------------do--.---------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do -.-------------------do_ .---------------------1 1 ------New York.Do --------------------Gossypium sp. (unginned -----1 ---------District of Co-cotton). lumbia.Do --.-----------------Hibiscus manihot (sunset 2 ----------New York.hibiscus).IPseudaonidia trilobitifortmis Citrus limonia (lemon) ----------------1 Alabama.(Coccidae).Do. --------------------Coffea sp.--------.------------Louisiana.Do ..-------------------Palm---.-----------------------.1. Pennsylvania.Stenomid .-----------------Persea americana (avocado) -------------1 New York.Tineid. ..-------------------Oncidium sp. (orchid).-. 1 ------------District of Co-lumbia.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 13List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestC!CBRAZIL-ContinuedDiseases:Ceratostomella imbriata-.-Ipomoea batatas (sweet-----------------1 New York.potato).Hemileia oncidii------------Oncidium sp. (orchid) ---------------District of Co-lumbia.Do. ..-----------------Orchid-----------------1---------------Do.Puccinia allii--------------Altium sativum (garlic)-1 Pennsylvania.Uredo rochaei.--------------yrciaria caulificra-------1 -----------------District of Co-lumbia.BRITISH GUIANAInsects:Aspidiotus d e st r u ct o r Nipa fruticans------------------1 --Puerto Rico.(Coccidae).Asterolecanium aureum Angraecum eburneum -1 District of Co-(Coccidae). (orchid). lumbia.Callosobruchus c h i n e n s i s Bean--------------------------1 ----------Do.(Bruchidae).Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) Cattleya labiata (orchid). -I --. -Do.Do------------------Cattleya mossiae (orchid) ). .1 -Do.Do --------------------Epidendrum osmanthum --1 Do.(orchid).Do. ...--------------------Schomburgkia lyonsi (or------1 Dochid).Palaeopus costicollis (yam Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo.1 Massachusettweevil). tato).Diseases:Ceratosto-m elloa-fm briata -------d -----------------.------. .-.-.-.-D o.BRITISH HONDURASInsects:Metamasius services (silky Banana debris ---.--.4 ---. .-. Louisiana.cane weevil).Stenoma catenifer (avocado Persea americana (avocado) ------------. Do.seed moth).BRITISH WEST INDIESInsects:Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocCodiaeum sp. (croton) -------------1 ------New York.cidae).Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis Citrus grandis (grapefruit) ---------------1 Washington.(Coccidae).Do. ...--------------------Citrus sinensis (orange)-.----------1 Alabama.Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae) -Cinnamomum zeylanicum --------1 ------New York.(cinnamon).CANADAInsects:Pyrausta nubilalis (European Zea mays (corn).-----------1 ----------Michigan.corn borer).Taeniothrips simplex (gladioGladiolus sp-------------1 ------------California.*lus thrips).Diseases:Chrysomyza piperiana-------Rhododendron sp.-----------------1 ---Washington.Vermicularia liliacearum-----Iris sp---.--------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Verticillium albo-atrum------Dahlia sp---------------1 ------------New York.CANAL ZONEInsects:Aspidiotus destructor (CocciCocos nucifera (coconut)--1 ---------District of Co-dae). lumbia.Do .-----------------------do. ..--.--------------.1 ---.--New York.Do------.----------------Pyrenoglyphis major (beach -------------1 --Louisiana.palm).Asterolecanium urichi (Cocci-.--do. .--------------------------1 -Do.dae).Chrysomphalus dictyospermi Ravenala madagascariensis ----------1 ..District of Co.var. (Coccidae). (travelers-tree). lumbia.Chrysomphalus personatus Anacardium ercelsum----1 ------------Do-(Coccidae).

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14 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestCANAL ZONE-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Chrysomphalus umboniferus Cattleya sp. (orchid) ------1 -------------New York.(Coccidae).Eurytoma orchidearum (cat-----do-----------------. .1 -------------Do.tleya fly).Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)Orchid.-------------------1 ------------Do.Do.-------------------do .-------------------1 ------------Puerto Rico.Bemichionaspis minor straCitrus aurantifolia (lime) --.---------------1 Virginia.chani (Coccidae).Pseudaonidiafossor (Coccidae) Ficus ehretioides.---------------I ---------District of Co-lumbia.CANARY ISLANDSInsects: Chrysomphalus dictyospermi Citrus sinensis (orange) ------------------1 Puerto Rico.var. (Coccidae).Targionia broineliae (CocciAnanas sativus .-----. -----..1 New York.dae).Diseases:Ascochyta lycopersici--------Lycopersicumesculentum --.----------------2 Do.CAYMAN ISLANDSInsects:Cytas formicarius (sweetpoIpornoea batatas (sweetpo---------------1 Florida.*tato weevil). tato).CEYLONInsects:Parlatoria ziziphu v(Coccidae) Citrsgrandis (pomelo) ---------------1 Pennsylvania.Diseases:Bacterium citri.-------------Citrus aurantifolia (lime)---------------1 Do.Do------------------Citrus grandis (pomelo) ------------------1 Do.Strigula complanata.---------Undetermined plant----------1 .------California.*CHILEInsects:Leptoglossus chilensis (CoreiVitis sp. (grape)----------1 ------------New York.dae).Tortricid---.---------------Amygdalus persica necta4 -------------Do.rina (nectarine).Diseases:Aphelenchoides parietinus----Solanum tuberosum ---------------------1 Florida.*Rhizoctonia bataticola--------Cucumis maeo (melon)-.13 ------------New York.Do-------------------Cucumis melo var. (Honey 2 -------------Do.Dew melon).Uromyces betae ------------Beta vulgaris (beet)--------------------1 Do.C HINAInsects:Aspidiotus cryptoxanthus Castanea sp. (chestnut) --------1 ---------District of Co-(Coccidae). lumbia. Aspidiotus subcuticularis Citrus grandis (pomelo) ----.--------------1 Cal ifornia.* (Coccidae).Callosobruchus chinensis Bean. ..---------------------------1 -----Hawaii.*(Bruchidae).Chilo simplex (Asiatic rice Oryza satira (rice)----------------1------New York.borer).Do ---------------------------do-------------------------1 ---------Texas.Do--------------------Rhapis humilis (reed 1 ------------California.*rhapis).Chioraspis yanonensis (CocCitrus grandis (pomelo)-----I ---------New York.cidae).Chrysomphalus dictyospermi -----.do.--------------------------1 ------Washington.var. (Coccidae).Coptosoma cribrarium (FenExochorda racemosa (pearl.-.--. 1 ----------Do.tatoli idae). bush).Cqlas formicarius (sweet1po moea batatas (sweetpo-.----.--. ---. 1 Do.potato weevil). tato).Formosaspisformosanus (CocBamboo.-----------------2 ------------New York.cidae).Nysins ericae obscuratus (LyEleocharis tuberosa (water1 -------------Do.gaeidae). nut).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 15List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestCHINA-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Partatoria ziziphus (Coccidae) Citrus grandis (pomelo). 2 --------13 California.*Do -. .--------------------do ---------------------------1 Maryland.Do-. .--------------------do----------. . ..------------4 ------Washington.Do--------------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ----------3 ------Do.Pseudaonidia duplex (cam-----do---------------------2 ---.-Do.phor scale).Pseudaonidia trilobdtiformis Citrus grandis (pomelo)-----------I -----Do.(Coccidae).Pseudococcus kraunhiae (CocLitchi chinensis (lychee).--. ----------.---1 Hawaii.*cidae).Diseases:Anguina tritict------------Triticum aestirum (wheat) ------1 ----------District of Co-lumbia.Aphelenchoides parietinus----Colocasia esculenta (taro). 2 -------------Washington.Bacterium citri .-----------Citrus sinensis (orange)-----------4 --.---Do.Phoma citricarpa.-----------. .Citrus aurantium (sour ----------Do.orange).Do---.---------------Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan ---------1 -.-California.*gerine).Do ..-----------------Citrus sinensis-----------3 -----------New York.Do -.----------------_.do ------------------------1 ------Washington.Phyllosticta japonica.-------Oryza sativa (paddy rice) -------1 ----------Do.Puccinia atropuncta--------Veratrum maximowiczii----1---------District of Co-lumbia.Puccirtia mitriformis-------Bamboo.-.-----------------1 ---------California.*COLOMBIAInsects:A nastrepia sp. (Trypetidcae) -Chr isophyllu m c a i n i t o --------------1 New York.(str-apple).Antillocoris delineata (LyCattleya sp. (orchid) ------1 ----------District of Co-gaeidae). lumbia. Aspidiotus destructor (CocciCocos nucifera (coconut) ---------. ---1 Maryland.dae.Do.: .-------------------do .---------------------------1 New York.Asterolecanium aureum (CocOrchid------.-----------1 ------------District of Co-cidae). lumbiaEurycipitia splendens (MiriCattleya sp. (orchid)-.-----1--------------Do.dae).Frankliniella cephalica (thrips) Rosa sp ------------------------1 ------Florida.*Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)Cattleva trianae (orchid).1 ------------California.*Do.-.-----------------Orchid-.-----------------2 ------------District of Co-lumbia.1eterotermes tennis (termite) .-----.do.-----------------1 -------------Do.Metarnasius hemipterus (West Banana debris -----------1 ------------Maryland.Indian cane weevil).Metamasius sericeus carbona--do------------------1 ------------South Carolina.rius (Curculionidae).Mordettistena sp. (MordelliCattleya trianae (orchid). 1 -----------California.*dae).Do------------------Orchid------------------2-------------District of Co-luibia.Nasutitermes COrnigera (terCattleya sp. (orchid) --.1 _-. ---------. Do.mite).Noctuid---.------------Cattleya schroederae (or1 ------------California.*chid)Do-------------------Cattleya trianae (orchid). 1 ------------Do.*Do. ...-----------------Orchid ..-----------------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Phatnoma varians (TingitiCattleya schroederae (or1 ------------California.*dae). chid).Psychid-.----------------Orchid------------------1------------District of Co-lumbia.Sacadodes pyralis (South Gossypium sp. (cotton--------2 ------New York.American bollworm). seed).Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae). Orchid.--------.---------3 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Tineid.------------.------Cattleya gigas (orchid).-. 1 --------------Cailfornia.*Do----------------Cattleya trianae (orchid). 3 ------------Do.*Do------------------Cattleya sp. (orchid)------13 ------------District of Co-lumbia.Do-. .-----------------Orchid-----------------3--------------Do.

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16 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host W Collected in-pest t0C OLOMBIA-ContinuedDiseases:Cercospora bloxami---------Brassica rapa (white tur--------------I New York.nip). Colletotrichum orchidearum.Cattleya trianae (orchid) --1 ------------California.*Do .-------------------Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------2 ------------District of Co-lumbia.Do .-------------------Orchid-------------------1 ------------Do.Physalospora cattleyae (?)----Cattleya trianae (orchid) .1 ------------California.*COSTA RICAInsects:Anaphothrips orchidaceus Zygopetalum sp.----------------1 ---------District of Co-(thrips). lumbia.Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) Mangifera indica (mango) .--------------1 New York.Aspidiotus diffinis (Coccidae) Cocos nucifera (coconut). 1------------District of Co-lumbia.Bephrata cubensis (soursop Annona cherimola (cheri--------------1 New York.chalcid). moya).Chrysomphalus personatus Mangifera indica-------------------1 ---California.*(Coccidae).Furcaspis biformi8 (Coccidae) Oncidium sp. (orchid) ----------1-----.District of Co-lumbia.Macrosiphumluteum (aphid). Orchid-----------------1 ------------Io.Metamasius dimidiatipennis Ananas sativus.-----------I-----------New York.var. (Curculionidae).Metamasius sericeus (silky -----do -----------------2 -----------Louisiana.cane weevil).Do -.-----------------Banana debris-----------3 ------------Do.Do .-----------------Musa sp.------------------1.------------California.*Do--.--------------------do .------------------.------------Maiyland.Metamasius submaculatus Musa sp.--------------1------------Washington.(Curculionidae).Ozophora pallescens (LygaeAnanas satiras-----------1 -------------Louisiana.idae).Stenoma anonella (StenomiAnnona muricata (sour--------------2 New Yomk.dae). sop).Diseases:Colletotrichum orchidearum. -Cattleya skinneri (orchid) ------1 ---------California.*Gleosporium affini----------Cattleya dowiana (orchid)------1 ----------Do.*Do-.-----------------Cattleya skinneri (orchid) --.-----1 ----------Do.*Gloeosporium cattleyae-------Cattleya dowiana (orchid)----. -1 ----------Do.*Gloeosporium oncidii.--------Oncidium stenotes (orchid)-----1 ----------Do.*Macrophoma oncidii--------Cattleya dowiana (orchid) --.-----1 ---------Do.*CUBAInsects:Acanthoscelides xanthopus Cassia did ymobotrya -----------1 ---------District of Co-(Bruchidae). lumbia.Aeolus pulchellus (Elateridae) Ananas sativus------------. .1------------Louisiana.Aleurocanthus woglumi (citCitrus aurantifolia (lime). 2 ------------New York.rus blackfly).Aleurodicuscardini (whitefly). Psidium guajara (guava) ---------------Florida.*Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -Mangifera indica (mango) ----------1 1 --Do.*Apion macula-alba (CurcuAnanas satirus-----------1 ------------Louisiana.lionidae).Aspidiotus destructor (CocciAmygdalus communis (al--------2 ------Florida.*dae). mond).Do. .-----------------Annona squamosa (sugar--------1 --. -.Do.* apple).Do. ..-------------------Chrysalidocarpus lutescens ----------1 ------District of Co-(yellow palm). lumbia.Do.-----------------Cocos nucifera (coconut) -----------2 .1 Florida.*Do...-------------------do.-.----------.------------1 .Maryland.Do. ..-----------------Mangifera indica (mango) ---------1 ------Florida.*Do. .------------------Musa paradisiaca (planI ----------------Do.*tam).Do. ..------------------Musa sp-----------------2 ------------Do.*Do. .-------------------Palm.--------------------2 ------------Louisiana.Do. ..-----------------Psidium guajara (guava) ---------1 ------Florida.*Aspidiotus spinosus (CocciMammea americana (ma--------10 Do.*dae). mey).

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June 1937) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 17List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-Pest C ~ -CUBA-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Bephrata cubensis (soursop Anvrona cherimota (chei---------1------Florida.*chaleid). moya).Do ------------------Annona muricata(sour-----------1 ___. Maryland.sop).Blissus insularis (Lygaeidae)Ananas sativus-----------1 -----------New York.Bruchus luteicornis (BruchiVicia angustifolia---------1 ------------Do.dae).Coccotrypes thrinacis (ScolyEuterpe glcbosa (palm) ---------1 ---------District of Co-tidae). lumbia.Coccus viridis (Coccidae). Citrus aurantifolia (lime). 1------------Florida.*Do.--------------------do -------------------2 ------------New York.Do.-----------------Gardenia florida (Cape-jas--------33 9 -.-Florida.*mine).Collabismodes cubae (CurcuCapsicum annuum-------1 -----------Louisiana.lionidae).Conoderus bifoveatus (ElaterAnanas sativus-----------1 ------------Do.dae).Crocidosema plebeiana (OleHibiscus esculentus (okra). 1 ------------Do.threutidae).Do..--------------------do.-----------------3 -----------New York. Cylas formicarius (sweetpoIpomoea batatas (sweetpo-------------16 Alabama.tato weevil). tato).Dicaiothrips angusticeps Ananassalivus -----------1 -----------Louisiana.(thrips).Ephestia sp. (Pyralididae) ----.---.do.-----------------33 ---------2 Do.Do .--------------------do.-----------------28 -----------New York.Euscepes batatae (West Indian Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo---------------1 Alabama.sweettotato weevil). tato).Frankliniella cephalica Rosa sp .-----------------------1 1 Florida.*(thrips).Frankliniella cephalica mela -. .do .-----------------------1 1 -Do.*nommata (thrips).Frarnkliniella cubensis (thrips).Chrysanthemum sp .-------------1 --..Do.*Do.-----------------Dahlia sp.---------------------2 ------. Do.*Do. .-----------------Lath yrus odoratus (sweet -----------1-.Do.*pea).Do. .-----------------Rosa sp ---------------------.5 1 .Do.*Gnorimoschema gudmannella Capsicum annuum -------1 -----------New York.(Gelechiidae).Gnorimoschema lycopersicella Lycopersicum esculentum. 1 ----------.---. Louisiana.(tomato pinworm).Do.--. .--------------------.do.---------------1------------. .New York.Hemichionaspis minor straAnnona muricata (sour--------------1 Do.chani (Coccidae). sop).Do-----------------Citrus aurantifolia (lime)---------------1 Do.Do...-----------------Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) 1 .------------Do.Lepidosaphes camelliae (CocciCamellia japonica (camel---------------Florida.*dae). lia).Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae). Citrus grandis (grapefruit). 1 ------------Louisiana.Do.--------------------do----------------------.---. ---. 1 Virginia.Maruca testulalis (bean pod Phaseolus lunatus macro139 -----------New York.borer), carpus (lima bean).Do...-----------------Phaseolussp. (string bean). 1 ------------Do.Megacerus tricolor (BruSeed of a vine.--------------1 ---------District of Co-chidae). lumbia.Metachroma suffriani (ChryAnanas sativus.-----------1 ----------.---. Louisiana.somelidae).Metamasius sericeus (silky ----do.-----------------3 ------------Do.cane weevil).Do. .-----------------Musa sp.---------------1 -----------Virginia.Do.-----------------Phaseolus lunatus macro1 -----------.---. New York.carpus (lima bean).Pectinophora gossypiella (pink Gossypium sp. (cotton) --------1 -.--. Do.bollworm). (boll).Pseudococcus boninsis (CocciSaccharum officinarum ------------1-.---Florida.*dae).Setenothrips rubrocinctus (redRosa sp. .---------------------1 -. --. Do.*banded thrips).Systena basalis (ChrysomelBrassica chinensis (white 1 -----------New York.idae). greens).118990-89---3

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18 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host > & Collected in-pesto3 0CUBA-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Targionia bromeliad (CocciAnanas sativus.----------15 ----------Florida.dae). Do -----.----------------.-----.do. ..-----------------2 -----------Louisiana.Do -.-.----------------.-----do .-----------------7 ----------New York.Targionia hartii (Coccidae).Dioscorea sp. (yam).--------------. 1 .-. Do.Tar gionia sacchari (Coccidae). Saccharum officinarum ---------.--. 2 ------Florida.*Do.--------------------.do. ..-------------------------1 _._. Virginia.Tetrabothynusspetdaibe (CurAnanas sativus.------------1 ------------Louisiana.culionidae).Xyleborus affinis (Scolytidoe). Ipomeea batas (sweetpo-.--------------1 Maryland.Diseases: tato).Albugo bliti.-.--------------Amaranthus sp----------------------1 New York.Ceratostomella fimbriata.-----Xanthosoma sp. (malanga). 15 -----------Do.Cercospora capsici.---------Capsicum annuum ---------2 -----------Louisiana.Cercospora nicotianae.-------Nicotiana tabacum (to2 ----------New York.bacco).Cladosporium vignae.-------Vigna sinensis (cowpea) -. 1 .---------Florida.*Colletotrichum falcatum.-----Saccharum officinarum--------1 2 -. -.Do.*Colletotrichum truncatum-. -Phaseolus lunatus macro-------------1 Louisiana.carpus (lima bean). Do .-----------------.--.--.do. ..-----------------16 ----------2 New York.Diaporthe batatatis.----------Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo--------------1 Alabama.tato).Elsinot phaseoli.------------. .Phaseolus lunatus macro542 ---------2 New York.car pus.Do.-------------d.-.-.-----------------------------1 Puerto Rico.Erysiphe cichoracearum-.-Dahlia sp..--------------------1 ------Florida.*Fusarium cepae.-----------Allium cepa (onion).------------.---. -----1 Texas.Helminthosporium curvulum Capsicum annuum-----.---------------1 New York.(?).Helminthosporium torulosum. Musa paradisiaca (plan1 ------------Do.tain).Phomopsis capsici.---------Capsicum annuum-------1 -------------Do.Phyllosticta diver gens.-------Albizzia lebbeck (lebbek). 1. -------------Do.Rotylenchus brady3.---------Dioscorea alata (?) (winged --------------1 Alabama.CZECHOSLOVAKIA yam).Insects:Barislepidii (Curculionidae). Radiculaarmoracia (horse2 ----------.---. New York.radish).Bruchus brachialis (BruVicia sp. (vetch)---------1 ------------Do.chidae).Callidium violaceurm (CeramPinus sp. (pine).----------2 ------------Do.bycidae).Haplothrips aculeatus (thrips) Dianthus sp. (carnation) .---..-. 1 . -Do.Hylurgops palliatus (ScolyPinus sp. (pine) -----------3 ------------Do.tidae).Pityogenes chalcographus (Sco...do.-----------------1 ------------Do.lytidae).Polygraphus polygraphus -do-----------------1 -----------Do.(Scolytidae).Diseases:Uromyces trifolii.----------Trifolium sp--------------1---------------Do.D ENMARKInsects:Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma Brassica rapa (turnip) ---------------------2 Do.(turnip gall weevil).Do---------------------do ------------------------------4 Pennsylvanim.Do --------------------do -------------------------------1 Virginia.Mikiola fagi (Cecidomyiidae). Fagus sp. (beech) ---------------------1 New York.Psyll iode chr ysocephala Brassica oleracea capitata -------------------1 Do.(Chrysomelidac).Do -----------------Brassica rapa --------------------------1 Do. Diseases:Ditylenchus dipsaci---------Solanum tuberosum ---------------------T exas.Urocystis occulta.----------Secale cereale (rye)----------------------1 Maryland.DOMINICAInsects:Coccus viridis (Coccidae)-.--Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 3 -N'w York.Diseases:Pratylenchus pratensis------Dioscorea sp. (yam)---------------------1 Massachusetts.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 19List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host > n Collected in-pest U 1DOMINICAN REPUBLICInsects:Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans Eugenia malaccensi* (Ma-----1 ---------Puerto Rico.(Trypetidae). layapple).Anastrepha suspensa (TrypetPsidium guajava (guava)--------------Do.idae).Asterolecanium aureum (CocBrassia caudata (orchid) -------1 ---------District of Coq,cidae). lumbia.Do.-.-----------------Epidendrum sp. (orchid)-----1 ---------Do.Do. --------------------Orchid --------------------1---------Do.Furcaspii biformi4 (Coccidae). Cattleya mantinii-nobilior -----1 ---------Do.(orchid).Do.--------------------Oncidium carthaginense --------1 ------Puerto Rico.(orchid).ILemichionaspis minor strachaHibiscus sp -------------------1--------District of Co.I ni (Coccidae). lumbia.Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae) Citrus grandis (grapefruit)----------Texas.Xfordellistena sp. (MordelliEpidendrum bifidum (or 1 ------------District of Co-dae). chid). lumbia.Do ---------------------Epidendr um sp. (orchid) ----2---------California.*Pseudoparlatoria ostreata (Coc Carica papaya (papaya). 1-------------New York.cidae).Do--------------------Epidendrum christi (or-----1 ---------District of Co-chid). lumbia.Selenothrips rubrocinctus (redEugen i aaa c cen s i 3 --------1 ------New York.banded thrips). (Malayapple).Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae)Cattleya forbesi (orchid) -------1 ---------California.*Do.---------------------Epidendrum sp. (orchid) -1---------District of Co.lumbia.Do--------------------Eugenia malaccensis ----------------------New York.Do---------------------Lycastecostata (orchid) ---------2 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Do.--------------------Lyca8te sp. (orchid) -----------1 ----------Do.Do.--------------------Orchid--------------------1-----------Do.Do---------------------Xylobium pallidiflorum--------I----------Do.Diseases:Ceratostomella fimbriata_-----Xanthosoma sp. (malanga 1--------------New York.Colletotrichum lujae (?) ------Lycaste sp. (orchid) ------------1 ---------California.*Colletotrichum orchidearum_. Orchid---------------------1-----------District of Co-lumbia.Gloeosporium inter medium Epidendrum sp. (orchid)-----1-----------California.*epidendri.Phoma mu-sae (?) -----------Alusa sp -----------------1 ----------------Florida.*Physalospora orchidearum _ Lycaste sp---------------------1 --------California.*DUTCH EAST INDIESInsects:Partateria ziziphus(Coccidae). Citrus limonia (lemon) -------------------2 Pennsylvania.Stephanoderes hampei (coffee Coffea sp ---------------------1------------Illinois.berry borer).Do ---.----------------------do -----------------------2 ------------New York.Diseases:Bacterium citri-------------Citrus limonia--------------------------1 Massachusetts.Mycosphaerella oryzae.------Oryza satima (paddy rice)1---------------New York.DUTCH GUIANAInsects:Pectinophora gossypielia (pink Gossypium sp. (cottonseed) ----------1 --------Louisiana.bollworm).ECUADORInsects:Metamasius sericeus (silky Banana debris-----------1 ---------------Washington. cane weevil).Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae). -Persea americana (avoca------------------1 Pennsylvania.do).Do------------------do --------------------------------1 Washington.EGYPTInsects:Bruchidius incarnatus (BruLens esculenta (lentil) 1 -----------------New York.chidae).Bruchus lentis (Bruchidae) -------do ----------------1 ----------------Do.Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae) Citrus sinensis (orange) ----------------------I Maryland.Pectinophora gossypiella (pink Gossypium sp. (cotton37 1 ------------New York.bollworm). seed).

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20 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1938List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1987,inclusiveContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected inPest trENGLANDInsects:Aleyrodes azaleae (whitefly). Azalea sp----------------------------District of Co-lumbia.Apion carduorum (CurcuCynara scolymus (globe ar----------------1 New York.lionidae). tichoke).Aspidiotus destructor (CocciPhoenix sp. (palm) -------------------Do.dae).Athous haemorrhoidalis (ElaSoil around miscellaneous ---------1 Do.teridae). plants.Bruchus affinis (Bruchidae)__ Lathyrus grandiflorus (ever----------------Michigan.lasting pea).Ceutorhynchus pletrostigma Brassica rapa (turnip) --------------------2 Louisiana.(turnip gall weevil)Do --------------------do-------------------------------1 Maryland.Do --------------------do ------------------------------1 Massachusetts.Do---.--------------------do -------------------------------5 New York.Do _--_-------------------do _.------.---------------------------5 Pennsylvania.Do --_--------------------do -------------------------------1 Texas.Coccotrypes rolliniae (ScolytiPhoenix reclinata (Senegal ------1 ------------District of Co-dae). date palm). lumbia.Curculio nucum (CurculioniCorylus avellana (filbert) I .----------California.*dae).Curculio venosus (CurculioniQuercus sp. (acorn) -----------1 ------------Illinois.dae).Do --.---------------------do-------------------------------Maryland.Emphytus cinctus (sawfly)____ Rosa chinensis manetti 1 ---------------New York.Epipolaeus caliginosus (CurHumulus sp. (hop) -------1 ---------------District of Co-culionidae). lumbia.Eriophyes macrorhynchus (gall Acer sp. (maple) ----------------------New York.mite).Helophorus rugosus (turnip Raphanus sativus (radish) ------------1 Do.mud beetle).Helophorus sp. (HydrophiliBrassica oleracea gemmifera -----------------1 Do.dae). (brussels sprouts).Do ---.--.-------------_ Raphanus sativus (radish)-------------1 Do.Hercothrips errans (thrips)._Cattleya bertheuana (or1 ----------District of Co-chid). lumbia.Do. ..-----------------Hippeastrum sp--------------------------Do.Leperisinus fraxini (ScolytiFraxinus sp. (ash) --------1 ------------Louisiana.dae).Do -._-------------------do -----------------14 ---------------New York.Lepidosaphestnberculata (CocCymbidium sp. (orchid). 11 -----------District of Co-cidae). lumbia.Limothrips denticornis (thrips) Iris orientalis ------------------1------------Do.Limothrips vaneecki (thrips) Lilium monadeiphum 1 ----------Do.(Caucasian lily).Do ---------------------Lilium sp. (lily) -----------3 ---------------New York.Meadorus griseus (PentatomClematis sp -------------------1------------District of Co-idae). lumbia.Myzus ornatus (aphid).-----Azalea sp ----------------------2 New York.Do-.-------------------Brassicaoleraceacapitata--------------------2 Do.Do .--------------------Calluna vulgaris (heather) --------------1 Do.Do -------------------Catananche caerulea (blue ----------1 --------California.*cupids-dart).Do-.-----------------Chrysanthemum sp -------1 ----------------District of Co-lumbia.Do.-.-------------------do -----------------------------4 _ Massachusetts.Do ----.-------------------do -----------------------------9 New York.Do -.-----------------Codiaeum sp. (croton) -----------------1 Do.Do -_-----------------Cyclamen sp ------------------------1 Massachusetts.Do--.---------------. F. _ Euon Iimus s --------------------1 New York.Do-------------------Fragaria sp. (strawberry) --------I District of Co-lunbia.Do .-----------------Myosolis sp. (forget-me 1 ------------New York.not).Do -.-.-----------------Nasurtium officinale (wa-------------Do.tercress).Do -----------------Ricinus sp ------------------------2 Do.Do --------------------Veronica sp ---------------1 District of Co-lumbia.Neuroterns quercus-baccarum Quercus sp. (oak) --------1 ----New York.(Cvnipidae).Parallelodiplosis ca ttie y ae Cait/eya giqas sanderiana 1 -Hawaii.*(Cattleya midge). (orchid).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 21LAst, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive--ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest o CENGLAND-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Perrisia oenophila (CecidomyVitis sp. (grape).--------------------2 New York.iidae).Philophylla heraclei (celery Apium graveolens (celery) ----------------1 Pennsylvania.fly).Do.-----------------Petroselinum h o r t e n 8 e -------------3 New York.(parsley).Psylliaperegrina (Chermidae) Crataegussp. (hawthorn) -------1 ---------Massachusetts.Psylliodes chrysocepha I a Brassica rapa (turnip).----. --------------1 Louisiana.(Chrysomelidae).Do.-.--------------------do-.---------------------------1 Maryland.Do .--------------------do -----------------------------3 New York.S e r i e o t l r i p s staphylinus Viola sp. (violet) -------------------. Do.(thrips).Steingelia gorodetskia (CocciPacking material for Aster -----1 ---------Hawaii.*dae). cordifolius.Taeniothrips atratus (thrips) Calluna vulgaris (heather) .-----1 ---------Maryland.Taeniothrips ericae (thrips)-.-----do ---------------------1 ---------Pennsylvania.Thrips angusticeps (thrips) --_ Centaurea cyanus (corn--------------1 New York,flower).Do-----------------Lactuca sativa longifolia ------------2 Do.(Romaine lettuce).Thrip8 flavus (thrips)------Chrysanthemum sp-----------------3 Do.Thripe fuscipennis (thrips). Mentha sp. (mint) -------------------1 Do.Do -----------------Myosotia sp. (forget-me-----1 ---------Do. not).Thrips paludivagus (thrips)_. Rosa sp..-------------------------1 -Do.Thrips validus (thrips)------Lactuca sativa longifolia -------------1 Do.(Romaine lettuce).Trypetid.---------------Petroselinum h o r t e n e ----------------1 Do.(parsley).Alternaria dianthi.---------Dianthus sp ------.-------1 1 ---------District of Co.lumbia.Aphelenchoides parietinus-Lilium sp. (lily) -----------1 -----------New York.Do-----------------Narcissus sp-------.----------2 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Aphelenchus ovenae.--------Lilium sp. (lily)----------1 -----------New York.Botrytis allii.------------Allium cepa (onion)-----------------.--. 1 Virginia.Botritis narcissicola.--------Narcissus sp -----------------1---------California.* Ceratostomella fimbriata-----Daucus carota (carrot)---. --------------2 New York.Do-.--------------------do -.---------------------------2 Texas.Colletotrichum orchidearum. Cymbidium sp. (orchid) -1 ------------California.*Do-----------------Laeliocattleya borbarica XL. 1 -------------Do.areca (orchid).Do ----------------Odontioda sp. (orchid).-. 1 -----. ---------Do.*Do-.-----------------Odontoglossum lidley 1 -----. -----Do.*(orchid).Coniosporium shiraianum_.-. Bamboo ..---------------------1------New York. Coryneum microstictum-----Rosa sp...-------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Ditylenchus dipsaci--------Iris xiphioides (English 1 ------------Do.iris).Do-.-----------------Iris.sp. ..-----------------1 2 ---------Do.Do.-.-----------------Narcissus sp -------------1 7 ---------Do.Do-------------..-----.do. .-----------------1 -----------New York.Do -.---------------Solanum tuberosum ---------------------1 Texas.Gloeosporium concentricum Brassica oleracea botrytis ------------.-1 Pennsylvania.(cauliflower).Do. .-----------------Brassica oleracea capitata ----------------1 Massachusetts.Gloeosporium pruinosum--Veronica sp -------------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Gloeosporium sansevieriae----Sansevieria sp----------------. ..---. New York.Hemileia oncidii.----------Oncidium varicosum roger1 -----..----. District of Co-sii (orchid). lumbia.Laestadia galactina (*)------Galax aphylla (galax) -------------_------1 New York.Phragmidium disciflorum. Rosa sp----------. .---------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Puccinia absinthii.---------Artemisia cracunculus (tar-------------1 New York.ragon).Rhytisma acerinum---------Acer pseudoplata nus (syca-------------1 Do.more maple).Septoria chrysanthemetla-----Chrysanthemum sp.-----------------Do.

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22 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestENGLAND-ContinuedDiseases-Continued.Septoria primulae.-.---------Primula polyantha (poly--------I ------Virginia.anthus primrose).Tubercularia vulgaris-------Clematis sp---------------.-----1--------District of Co-lumbia.Vermicularia herbarum.-----Dianthus sp----------------1 ---------Do.ESTONIAInsects:Semanotus undatus (CeramPine slat .---------------1-----------New York. bycidae).Fiji ISLANDSInsects: Lepidosaphes auriculata (CocCodiaeum sp. (croton) -----.-------1 ------Hawaii.*cidae).FINLANDInsects:Semanetus undatus (CeramPine wood.--------------1 ----------.---. New York. bycidae).Diseases:Aphelenchoides parietinu. -Beta vulgaris (beet) --------------------1 Virginia.Lophodermium pinastri-----Pinus sylvestris (Scotch --------1 ------New York.pine).FRANCEInsects:Acrolepia assectella (Plute]. Allium porrum (leek) ----------------2 Do.lidae).Attica ampelophaga (ChrysoLactuca satira (lettuce) ---------------.--. -1 Do.melidae).Anaphothrips obscurus (thrips) Petroselinum h o r t e n s e -----------1 Do. (parsley).Apion pomonae (CurculioniVicia sp. (vetch) ---------4 -----------Louisiana.dae).Do -.-.----------------.-----.do -------------------1 -----------Pennsylvania.Apion rufirostre (CurculioniMalva sp. (mallow).----------1 ---------New York.dae).Aspidiotus zonatus (Coccidae) Quercus sp------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Baris chlorizans (CurculioniBrassica rapa (turnip) ---.--------------1 Texas.dae).Bruchidius halodendri (BruHalimodendron h a I od e n--.--1 ---------District of Co-chidae). dron. lumbia.Bruchidius lividimanus (Bru. Cytisus battandieri.-----------1 ----------Do.chidae).Brnchidius villosus (BruchiCytisus scoparius andreana .-----1 --------Do.dae).Do .-. .-----------------Spartiunijunceum (weav-----2 ----------Do.ers-broom).Bruchus brachialis (hairyVicia sp. (vetch)---------1 ------------Louisiana.vetch bruchid).Bruchus luteicornis (BruchiVicia angustifolia---------1 -------------Do.dae).Do_. ._.--------------------do ..-----------------1 ------------New York. Do. ..-----------------Vicia sp. (vetch).---------13 -----------Louisiana.Centorhynchus pleurostigma Brassica rapa (turnip) -------------------7 New York.(turnip gall weevil).Chrysomphalus dictyospermi Citrus nobilis deticiosa --------1 ------Do.var. (Coccidae). (tangerine).Corymbites impressus (ElaterCynara scolymus (globe --------------1 Do.idae), artichoke).Dacus o&eae (olive fruittly)-. Olea europaea (olive)-----------.---. 3 -. -.-Do.Eylsarcoris inconspicuus (PenCichorium intybus (chicDo.tatomidae). ory).Frankliniella intonsa (thrips)Petroselinum hortense ---------------1 Do.(parsley).Frankliniella pallida (thrips)_ Lactuca sativa (lettuce) -------------------1 Do.Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis A zalea s---------.--------------1----.Maryland.form abdominalis (thrips).Ielophorus rugosus (turnip Brassica rapa (turnip) ------------------3 New York.Mud lectle).Lirnothrips denticornis (thrips) Allium cepa (onion).-----------.-------1 Do.

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Jume 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 23List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1987,inclusiveContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestFRANCE-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Megastigmus aculeatus (CalRosa sp------------------.----1 ---------District of Co-limomidae). lumbia.Myzus ornatus (aphid)-----Brassica oleracea botrytis -------------1 New York.(cauliflower).Phyllotreta nemorum (ChryRaphanus sativus (radish) ---------------1 Do.somelidae).Phyllotreta nigripes (ChrysoCynara scolymus (globe --------------1 Do.melidae). artichoke).Psylliodes chrysoceph a! a Brassica rapa (turnip)------------------10 Do.(Chrysomelidae).Rhinoncus pericarpius (CurArtemisia dracunculus (tar--------------1 Do.culionidae). ragon).Sitona humeralis (CurculioniLilium sp. (lily)----------1 -------------Do.dae).Sitona lineata (Curculionidae) Petroselinurm hortense (pars.-------------1 Do.ley).'aeniothrips atratus (thrips) Daucus carota (carrot)---------------1 Do.Do.--------------------Petroselinum hortense (pars--------------1 Do.ley).Tarlionia vitis (Coccidae). Quercus sp -------------------1 --------District of Co-lumbia.Thrips angusticeps (thrips). Cichorium intybus (witloof) ------.---. -----2 New York.Do-----------------Cynara scolymus (globe --------------1 Do.artichoke).Do------------------Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ----.------------2 Do.Do.------------------Lactuca sativa longifolia --------------1 Do.(Romaine lettuce).Thrips flavus (thrips)-------Cynara scolymus (globe ---------------1 Do.artichoke).Thripsfuscipennis (thrips). Petroselinunm hortense (pars-.-------------1 Do.ley).Tropistethus holosericeus (LyRosa sp----------------------1 ---------Pennsylvania.gaeidae).Diseases:Albugo tragopogonis---------Tragopogon porrifolius --------------2 New York.(salsify).Ceratostomela fimbriata-----Daucus carota (carrot).-------------------1 Georgia.Colletotrichum orchidearum-. Phalaenopsis sp. (orchid).1 -------------District of Co-lumbia.Coryneum microstictun------Rosa sp------------------1 -------------Do.Cumminsiella sanguinea-----fahonia repens rotundi-----1 ----------Do.folia (hollygrape).Dinemasporium graminum. Grass--------------------1 -.-.---------New York. Ditylenchus dipsaci.---------Hyacinthus sp-------------.4.------------Do.Ezobasidium vaccinii---------A zalea indica (indica --------1 -----.Do.azalea).Leptosphaeria culmicola------Triticum aestivum (wheat) ---------1 -.---.Do.Leptosphaeria heterospora----Iris sp----------------------1---------District of Co-lumbia. Microdiplodia diervillae------Diervilla sp. (bush honey-----1 ----------Do.suckle).Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi A/lhum porrum (leek) -------------------1 Pennsylvania.Peronospora valerianellae-._ Valerianel/alocustaolitoria ---------------1 New York.(cornsalad).Puccinia absinthii ----------Artemisia absinthium -----1 ---------Do.(wormwood).Puccinia allii--------------Allium porrum.----------------------------4 Do.Ramularia cynarae----------Cynara scolymus (globe --------------1 Do.artichoke).Sclerotinia laxa.------------Prunus domestica (plum)---------------1 Do.Uromyces fabae.-------------Vicia sp. (vetch)---------2 ------------Do.Vermicularia liliacearm-----Iris sp-------------------------------District of Co-lumbia.FRENCi INDO-CHINAInsects:Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis Citrus grandis (pomelo)----.----------.---1 Pennsylvania.(Coccidae).GERMANYInsects:Acalyptaparvula (Tingitidae) Soil around gladiolus bulb .--------1 ------New York.Ale yrodes azaleae (whitefly)-. Azalea sp .-------------------------1 -. -Do.

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24 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host o Collected in-pestoo C3GERMANY--ContinuedInsects-Continued.Anthaxia quadripunctata (BuPine wood-------------1 -----------New York.prestidae).Apion carduorum (CurculiCynara scolymus (globe -------------.1 Do. onidae). artichoke).Aspidiotus destructor (CocciDracaena sp.--------------------.-1 -. Do.dae).Brachyrhinus scaber (CurcuLeontopodium sp. (edel-----1 ----------Do.lionidae). weiss).Do-------.----------Soil around gladiolus bulb ----------1---.Do.Bruchidius villosus (BruchiLaburnum alpinum -----1 -----.---District of Co-dae). (Scotch laburnum). lumbia.Do.-----------------Laburnum sp-----------------1-----.---Do.Do.--.---------------Spartium junceum (Span-----2----------Do.ish broom).Bruchus brachialis (hairyVicia villosa (hairy vetch) -----1 ----------Do.vetch bruchid).Do----------.----------do--------.------------3----------Maryland.Do. ...-----------------Vicia sp. (vetch)-------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do-.--------------------do-----------------1 ------------Maryland.Do ---------------------do-------------------1 ---------New York.Do ---------------------do-----------------1 -------------Pennsylvania.Bruchus tristiculus (BruchiLathyrus odoratus (sweet -----1 ---------Washington.dae). pea).Ceratitis capitata (MediterPyrus communis (pear) -----------1 ------New York.ranean fruitfly).Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma Brassica campestris (ruta-.-----.------1 Do.(turnip gall weevil). baga).Do.----.--------------Brassica rapa (turnip)-------..-------1 Do.Chrysomphalus personatus Palm.-.--------------------------2 ---. Do.(Coccidae). Dryocoetes autographus (ScoPine wood -------------1 -----------Do.lytidae).Ernobius abietis (Anobiidae)-. Picea sp. (spruce)--------------1 .-. .Do.Do.------.---------------do --------------------1 ---------Pennsylvania.Frankliniella intonsa (thrips) Calluna vulgaris (heather) ------1 ----------Do.Fr a n k Ii n i e Il a tenuicornis Apium graveolens (celery) .--------------. 1 New York.(thrips).Do-----------------Brassica oleracea capitata ---------------1 Do.Iebrus pusillus (Hebridae). Moss used as packing for 1 ------------Louisiana.lily pips.Laspeyresia strobilella (OlePicea excelsa (Norway -----1 ---------New York.threutidae). spruce).Do--------------------..do .-----------------1---.----. --. Pennsylvania.Do -. ..-----------------Picea sp. (spruce)----------------------New York.Lema melanopa (Chrysomel-----do -.--------------------1 ----------Maryland.idae).Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocciCodiaeum sp. (croton) -----------------1 New York.dae).Leucaspis loewi (Coccidae). Pinus sp. (pine)--------------1 ---------California.*Leucaspis sulcii (Coccidae) ------do.----.--------------------1 ------New York.Limothrips denticornis (thrips) Rosa sp--------------------------1 -. Pennsylvania.Megastigmus suspectus (CalTree seed .------------------1 ---------Illinois.limrnomidae).Micrelus ericae (CurculioniCalluna vulgaris (heather) ------2 ---------Pennsylvania.dae).MVzus ornatus (aphid)-----Helenium sp. .---------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do -. .-----------------Radicula armoracia (horse ----------------1 New York.radish). Psylliodes chrysocephala Brassica rapa (turnip) ------------------3 Do.(Chrysomelidae).Taeniothrips atratus (thrips). Calluna vulgaris---------------1--------Pennsylvania.Do -----------------Gladiolus sp-----------------------.Do.Taeniothrips ericae (thrips). _ Calluna vulgaris.-------------3 -----.---New York.Do-------------------do------------------------1---------Pennsylvania.Do------.--------------Rosa sp ---------------.--------------.1 .Do.Thrips flavus (thrips)-------Calluna vulgaris (heather) ------1 ---------Do.Thripsjuscipennis (thrips)-----do.-----------------------2 1 ------New York.Thrips paludinag us (thrips)-. Rosa p.----------------------1 .---.| Do.Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae). Palm------.-----------------------1 ---Do.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 25List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions inpestGERMANY-ContinuedDiseases:Aphelenchoides parietinus -----Convallaria majalis (lily4 -.--1 ------New York.of-the-valley).A phelenchus avenae---------Trifolium sp. (clover) --------------1 Do.Ascochyta conorum.---------Picea excelsa (Norway --------I --Do.Spruce).Ceratostomella fimbrata -------Daucus carota (carrot) -----.-------------1 Alabama.Cumminsiella sanguinea.Mahonia aquifolium (Ore-----1 1-------New York.gon hollygrape).Diplodina salicis-----------Salix sp. (willow)----------------------1 Do.Ditylenchus dipsaci---------Allium cepa (onion).--------------------1 Alabama.Do.-------------------Colchicum sp -------------1 ------------District of Co-lumbia.Do.-------------------Convallaria majalis (lily41 -------------New York.of-the-valley).Do. .--------------Helenium sp------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do .--------------------Solanum tuberosurm---------------1 Louisiana.Do ------------------do ---------------------------------I Massachusetts.Do------------------0-------------------------------I Pennsylvani2.Do .--------------------do ---. 9 Texas.Gloeosporium concentricumn Brassica oeracea capitata . --1 Maryland.Macrophoma candollei-------Bxus sempervirens (box) -.-. -1 New York.Melampsora pinitorqua-----Pinus montana mughus 1 Do.Monilia fructigena -alus ylrestris (1pple. ---------1 Pe---yl -nia.Pratylenchus pratensis-------Convallaria majatis (lily-of25 ----------------New York. the-valley).Puccinia allif.--------------Allium porrum (leek) --------------------6 Do.Sclerotinia frucigena ----.--Malus sylrestris -----------1 ----------------Do.Sclerotinia laa.------------.-do. --------------------------------Do.Do. ..-----------------Pyrus communis (pear).-------1 Do.Septoria acicola-------------. Pinus sp. (pine)-----------. I------------Do.Septoria chrysanthemella ----. Chrysanthemum sp -------------------5 -Do.Urocystis colchic.-----------Colchicum sp----------1--------------District of Co-lumbia.Verticillium albo-atrum -------Beta rulgaris (beet).-.--------. 1 Louisiana.Volutella bi.-------------Bumus sp. (box)---------------------New York.GREECEInsects:Bruchus erti (Bruchidae)---In box of seeds including -----1 ------------Pennsylvania.sweet peas.Callirhytis glandium (CynipiQuercas sp. (valonia) -----2 ----------------New York.dae).Ceratitis capitata (.MediterCydonia oblon ga (quince) ------------------Do.ranean fruitfly).Do -------------------Pyrus communis (pear) -------------------1 Massachusetts. Laspeyresia splendana (OleCadIanea sp. (chestnut) -----------2 --------New York.threutidae).Parlatoria oltac (Coccidae). Malus sylcestris (apple) -----------I Do.Do. .-----------------Pyrus comr units (pear)-------------I Do.Diseases:Bacterium sarastanoi-------Olea europaea (olive).-----------I----.----. Do.Puccirtia mayorii-----------Sideritis theezans-----------1 -------------Do.Sclerotium cepirorum--------Allium cepa (onion)------6 1--. .Do.Uromyces fibae .-------------Vicia sativa (vetch) ---------1 ------.Do.GRENADADiseases.:Pratylenchus pratensis.------Dioscorea sp. (yam). .-------.--. Do.GUATEMALAInsects:Anastrepha lvdens (Mexican Achras sapota sapodillaa) --. --1 Pennsylvania.fruitfly).Do. ...-----------------Citrus sinersis (orange) -----------1------Louisana.A nastrepha sp. (Trypetidae). .---dc.---------.--.---.-.-.----. --. I Florida.*Do -.------------------Man'ifera indica (mango). . ..1 South Carolina.Antillocoris delineata (LygaeiOdontoglossum grade (or1 ------------California.*dac). chid).Anti/locoris picturata (LyCattieya skinneri (orchid).1 --------------Do.*gaeide).113990-39-4

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26 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host W Collected in-pestGUATEMALA-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Antillocoris picturata (LyOncidium splendidum (or1 ------. ------California.*gaeidae). chid). Aphetea inconspicua (MemLycaste skinneri (orchid)--1 -----------Do.*bracidae).Asterolecanium aureum (CocEpidendrum sp. (orchid) 1------------Do.*cidae).Bephrata cubensis (soursop Annona muricata (soursop) --------1 ------Pennsylvania.chalcid).Chrysomphalus alienus (CocCattleya skinneri (orchid)-1 ------------California.*cidae).Conotrachelus sp. (CurculionPersea americana (avoca------------. Do.* idae). do).Cosmopolites sp. (CurculionMusa sp. (banana) -------------.1 ---Alabama.idae).Eurycipitia vestitus (Miridae). Oncidium cavendishianum 1 -----------California.*(orchid).Macrosiphum luteum (aphid). Lycaste skinneri (orchid)-1 -----------Do.*Io-----------------Oncidiumsphacelatum (orI -------.-------Do.*chid).Do--------------------do-----------------I------------Hawaii.*Metamasius sericeuis (silky Banana debris-----------8 ------------Alabama.cane weevil).Do. .--------------------.do.----------------. .23 -------------Louisiana.Do --.-------------------do.-----------------3 ------.--Maryland.Do.--------------------do----------------10 ------------South Carolina.Do -------------------Musa sp. (banana)-----1 -------------Alabama.Metamasius sericeus carbonaBanana debris.-----------9 ----------.---. Louisiana.rius (Curculionidae).Do.-.--------------------do.-----------------3 -----------South Carolina.Do. .-----------------Musa sp. (banana).-------1 -----. ------Alabama.Mordellistena sp. (MordelliOrchid.-.----------------------1 ------California.*dae).Parmenonta valida (CeramOncidium splendidum (or1 ------------Do.*bycidae). chid).Physonota citrinella (ChrysoOncidium cavendishianum 1 --------------Do.*melidae). (orchid).Pseudoparlatoria ostreata (CocCattleya bowringiana (or1 -.-----------Do.*cidae). chid).Do. ..-----------------Laelia superbiens (orchid) ------1 ---------Hawaii.*Do.-.-----------------Oncidium splendidum (or1 ----------.---. California.*chid). Diseases:Colletotrichum orchidearum. Cattleya sp. (orchid)------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Phyllosticta stanhopeae------Orchid-----------------------1 -----California.*Pleospora neottiae-------------.do. ..---------------------1 ----. Do.*HAITIInsects:Anastrepha mombinpraeopZvangiferaindica (mango)---------------1 Puerto Rico.tans (Trypetidae).Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) .-----.d.o.----------------------4 .-. 2 New York. Aslpidiotus destruclor (CocciCocos nucifera (coconut) ---------.--Do.dae).Callosobruchus chinensis (BruCajanus indicus (pigeon1------------Do.chidae). pea).Collabismedes cubae (CurcuCapsicum annuum------------2 ----.---. Do.lionidae).Ilemichionaspis minor straAnnona muricata (soursop) ----2 ------Do.chani (Coccidae).Do ..-----------------Poinciana regia (royal --------1 -.---Do.poinciana).Pseudaonidia Zrilobitiformis Mangifera indica----------------.---. ------1 Maryland.(Coccidac).Targionia sacchari (Coccidae). Saccharum officinarum ----------------1 ---. Florida.*Do.--.--------------------.do.----------------------------1 ------New York.Diseases:Cercospora nicotianae-------Nicotiana tabacum (tobac--------------Do.co).Colletotrichum folcatum-----Saccharum officinarum --------------1 Florida.*

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June 1937 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 27List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestccC CHAWAIJInsects:Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae). Cassiafistuta (golden-show---.-. 1 ----------California.*er).Do-----------------Cassia grandis (pink-show--------1 ----Do.*er).Do--.-----------------Erythrina monosperma---------I ---------Do.*Do--.-----------------Seed pod---------------------1 ------Do.*Ceratitis capitata (MediterCoffea arabica (Arabian ------1 ---.-Do.*ranean fruitfly). coffee).Do-.----------------Coffea sp----------------------3 ---Do.*Do----------------------Mangifera indica (mango)--------2 1 ---Do.*Curoplastee rubens (Coccidae)Alyxia olivaeformis (nmaile)---------3 -----Do.*Coccu8 viridis (Coccidae)----Gardenia florida (Cape--------31 4 ---Do.*jasmine).Dacus cucurbitae (melonfly)--Phaseolus sp. (string bean)----------2 Do.*Do-----------------Sphagnum moss packing 1 ------------Do.*with soil around palmtrees.Dialeurodes kirkaldyi (whiteGardenia florida (Cape-jas---------3 1 --Do.*fly). mine).Ereunetia flavistriata (sugarAnanas sativus ----------5 .1 -_ ---Do.*cane bud worm).Do--.-----------------Cocos nucifera (coconut) --4 --14 1 .Do.*Ereunctis minuscula (TineiAnanas sativus----------I ------------Do.*dae).Lainpidesbaetica(Lycaenidae) Canavalia sp -------------------8 ------Do.*Do --.-----------------Catctropis gigantea----------------1 --Do.*Do---------------------Flower lei----------------------1 1 --Do.*Lepidosaphes auriculata (CocCodiaeum sp. (croton)------.-1 5 4 ---Do.*cidae).Lepidosaphea lasianthi (Cocci---d---.-------------------1 -----Do.*dae).Do--.-------------------do--.----------------------I ------Washington. Lepidosaphes uniloba (CocciAlyxia otivaeformis (maile) ------10 ------California.*dae).Maruca testutelis (bean pod Canaralia sp------------------12 ----Do.*borer).Do.-----------------Dioclea violacea (Mauna--------3 ---.-Do.*loa).Do.---------------------Flower leis--------------------2 1 .-. Do.*Do.-------------------Phaseolussp. (string bean)--------------1 Do.*Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae) Codiaeum sp. (croton)------------1 ._ ---. Do *Parlatoria mytilaspifarmis ----.do----------------------------Do.*(Coccidae).Pseudaonidia clavigera (CocciHibiscus sp--------------1 --. 3 _ .-. Do.*aae).Pseudoonidia teserata (Coccido----do.-------------------3 ---Do.*dae).Pseudococcus kraunhiae (CocCereus sp. (cactus)---------------I --1 ----Do.*cidae).Do.-------.----------Codiaeum sp. (croton).-------------5 ---Do.*Do-----------------Gardenia florida (Cape-jas---------8 --. -Do.*mine).hipersia paimarum CocciCocos nucifera (coconut) --3 ---2S 4 ---Do.* dae).Do-----------------Palm----------------1 -.--Do.*Sternor hets mangiferae (manMangifera indica (mango) ---------6 4 ---Do.*go weevil).Taeniothrips hawaiiensis Calotropis gigantea-------------5 1 ---Do.*(thrips).Do------------------Cassia alata (ringworm --------1 -.--Do.*cassia).Do-----------------Dianthus sp. (carnation)--------20 1 .Do.*Do.--.----------------Flower leis--------------------5 1 --Do.*Do-----------------Gardenia florida (Cape-jas--------1 ------Do.*mine).Do.-----------------Jasminum sambaz (Ara1 -------------Do.*bian jasmine).Do-----------------Plumeria acutifolia (Mexi1 --. 1 .Do.*can frangipani).Do-----------------Tagetes sp. (marigold).-------.---2 -. -. Do.*Do-----.------------Zingiber mioga ----------------_--. --. Do.*Do.------------------Zingiber officinale (ginger)1 ------------Do.*

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28 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host 1 Collected in-pest hIz -HAWAII-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Taeniothrips simplex (gladioDianthus sp. (carnation) ----------1 ---California.*lus thrips).Do-.-----------------Flower leis.------------------1 ----Do.*Do-----------------Gladiolus sp.-.-----------------3 ---. Do.*Diseases:Uromyces alyxiae----------Allxia olivaeformis. .----2 ------Do.*Do --.-----------------Leaf leis -.---.-.---. ..--1 --. .Do.HONDURASInsects:Anastrepha ludens (Mexican Mangifera indica (mango)------I -1New York.fruitfly).Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae). Chrysophyllum cainito(star 1 --------Alabama.apple).Do .-----------------Eugenia Jambos(rose-apple) ..-1--. Louisiana,Aspidiotus destructor (CocciCocos nucifera (coconut).-. 1 -------Do.dae).Hemichionaspis minor stra-----do --.---K.-.--.K -----.1 .Pennsylvania.chani (Coccidae).Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae). Theobroma cacao (cacao) ..Louisiana.Mftarnasius services (silky Banana debris -----------7 --.-. ---. Alabama.cane weevil).Do ..-.-------------------do-.-.-.-. 7 --. ..-. -. Louisiana.Do.--.--------------------do-----------------2 Lou--. ---.Maryland.Do -..--------------------do -------------------1 ---. ----. ---. Massachusetts,Do.--------------------do------------------5 ----------South Carolina,Do ----.----------------.-----do --------------------7 -. -----Texas.Do -. .-----------------Musa sp. (banana)-------1 -------. --Alabama.Do..------------------.do.-----------------1 ------------Maryland.Metamasius sericeus carbonaBanana debris.------------I -.----------Alabama.rius (Curculionidae).Do.-.-.--------------------do ------------------3 .------Louisiana.Do ---------------------do.--.------------2--------2 ..-Texas.Stenorna catenifer (avocado Persea americana (avocado) .-. ---. ------1 South Carolina.seed moth).HUNGARYInsects-Bruchus brachialis (hairyVicia sativa (spring vetch) I .--------------Maryland.vetch bruchid).Do --.----.--..-. Vicia villosa (hairy vetch). 3 .-. .-. .Alabam a.Do --------------------.-----.do.-----------------2 ------------Florida.*Do ---.----------------.-----.do. .-----------------3 ---------. .Georgia.Do-.-__ _.-------------------do .------------------1 ------------Louisiana.Do ---------.--.-----------do-----------------5 1 ---------Maryland..o .----------------.-----do -------------------8 -----------New York.Do-------------------------do-----------------5 ------------Virginia.Do. .-----------------Vicia sp. (vetch) -----------1 ------------Alabama.Do. ..--------------------.do.--------------------4 -------District of Co-lumbia.Do.--.--------------------do -------------------1 ------------Louisiana.Do ---------.---------do-----------------4 2 ---------Maryland.Do -.----------------.-----. do. .-----------------1 ----. -------Massachusetts.Do.-.-------------------do .-----------------5 6 --------New York.Do---.--------------------do 4-----------------4 ------------Pennsylvania.Do -.--------------------.-----do.-----------------3 ------------South Carolina.Do -.----------------.-----.do -----------------3 -----------Virginia.Bruchus luteicornis (BruchiVicia grandiflora----------1------------Maryland.dae).Bruchus tristiculus (BruchiVicia sp. (vetch) ---------1 -----------Alabama.dae). Chlorochroa juniperina (PenJuniperus sp ----------------1 ------------New York.tatomidae).Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae)-.Pyrus communis (pear) -----------1 -.-. Do.Pyrausta nubitalis (European Holcus 3 o r g h u m var. 7 ------------Do.corn borer). (broomcorn).Sitona inops (Curculionidae) -Panicum miliaceum (mil-----1 ------Maryland.let).Diseases: lPhragmidium disciflorum----Rosa sp. .------------------.-. --. 1 .New York

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June 19373 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 29IAst, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to Jmne 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host -Collected in-pestINDIA T AInsects:Aphanus sordidus (Lygaeidae) Oryza satira (rice)----------1 -New York.Aspidiotus destructor (CocciPalm .-----------------------------Do.dae).Aspidiotus excisuw (Coccidae). Cypripediumsuavessimum 1 -. -. .--California.*(orchid).Bruchus dentipes (Brueidae). -Vicia faba (fava bean) ...District of Co.lumbia.Bruchus emarginatus (BruPisum sativum (pea).-.1 1 -----Do.idae).I IDo. ..-----------------Pisum sativum arrense.-. .-----1 --------Do.Do. .-----------------Pisum sp-. .-------1 ..I Do.C4aosobruchus analis (BruPhaseolui aureus (mung -----1 ---. ---. -Do. chidae). bean.)Do-. .-----------------Vigna sesquipedalis (aspar-----1 .-------Do.a gus-bean).Do.-----------------Vigna sinensis (cowpea) -.-----2 -. ------Do.Callosobruchus c h i n e n s i s Cajazus sp-------------------1 -----------D o.(Bruchidae).Do. ..-----------------Lens esculenta (lentil).-----.-. I ..--Do.Do. ..-----------------Phaseolu aureus (mung ----. 1 ---------California.bean).Do. .--------------------do---------------. ..----. I -.District of Co-lumbia.Do. ..-----------------Pisum sativum (pea)----------2 ------New York.Do. ..-----------------Soja max (soybean)------------6 -----District of Co-lumbia.Do. ..-----------------Vigna cylindrica.----------.--2 ----------Do.Do. ..-----------------Vigna sinensis (cowpea) ----------1 ..-.Do.Callosobruchus p h a 8 e o I i Dolichos lablab (lablab) ---------2 .-Do. (Bruchidae).Do. .-----------------Pisum saticum (pea)----------1 ---.-Do.Callosobruchus theobromae Cajanus indicus (pigeon --------. --.Do.(Bruchidae). pea).Do. ..-----------------Soja max (soybean) --------.-. 1 ---. .Do.Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae)Acacia senegal. .1 ..__ Illinois.Do. ..-----------------Allium sativum (garlic) ------. .IVirginia.Do ..-----------------Bauhinia tomentosa (St. ------1 ---------District of Co-Thomas tree), lumbia.Do. .-----------------Cassia fistula (golden------1 ---------Do.shower).Do. .-----------------Terminalia arjuna--------.--1 ----------Do.Ceroplastes ruben. (Coccidae) Palm.---------------------------1 -. Alabama.Cylas forinicariu8 (sweetpoIpornoea batatas (sweetpo2 -----------New York.tato weevil). tato).Euspermophagus sublineatp Ipomoea purpurea (morn-. 2 District of Co-(Bruchidae). ing-glory). lumbia.eterobostrychU aeqli8 (BosWood -.-.-.-.-. 2 ------California.*tribcidae).r D a. .-.--.-.-.-.-..1 -.---. -. .-N ew Y ork.Lophocateres pusillu (SiaAllium satum (garlic)---------------------1 Virginia.mece grain beetle).Minthea rugicollis (Lyctidae). Unknown wood in pack1 . --. .-. . -New York.ing boxes.Parlatoria blanchardi (ParlaPalm fiber of basketxes .-.-. 1 -.-. ---. ---. Dotoria date scale).Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae) Citrus aurantifolia (lime). ...--.--.--1 Do.Psylliodes chnrea oceia Brassica rapa (turni). .a ( --------------1 Pennsylania.(Chrysomelidae).Sino ylon conigeru. (BostriW ood -.---.-.-.-.. .--.. .California.*chidae). Diseases:Anguina tritici.s.Triticum aestium (wheat). 6 1 ---.---.-. District of Co-lumbia.Tilletia horrida------------. .Oryza sativa (rice).------------1 ----------Wasington.IRELANDInsects:Berytus geniculatus (NeidiTrifolium repent var. -------------New York.dae). (shamrock).Emphytus cinctus (sawfly). Rosa chinensis manetti.I ..----.--Pennsylvania.*Do ---------------------do--------------------1 ..Pennsylvania.Do--.------------------do-. ..------------------1 ------District of Co-lumbia.

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30 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestSe cIRELAND-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Megopthalmus scanicus ((CicTrifolium repens var. ------1 ---------Maryland.adellidae). (shamrock).Do...---------------------.do. ---------------------2 ---------New York.Orthezia cataphracta (CocciGrevillea juniperina-----------1 ---------District of Co-dae). lumbia.Taeniothrips atratu8 (thrips). Dianthus sp. (carnation)-.------1------Massachusetts.Thrips flavus (thrips) --------.--. ..do.--------------------.--1 ---. Do.Thrins fuscipennis (thrips)------do---------------------. ----1 -.-. .Do.Diseases:Phyllachora trifolii.----------Trifolium repens var. ------1 ----------New York.(shamrock).Pseudopeziza medicaginis.---.---do--------------------4 ---------Do.Pseudopeziza trifolii----------.--. do. --------------------1 ---------Pennsylvania.Scleretinia laxa. .------------. Malu8 sylvestris (apple) ----.-------1 ------New York.ISLE OF MANInsects:Lochmaea suturalis (ChrysoCalluna vulgaris (heather) --.-----. ------Do.melidae)..Myzus ornatus (aphid)------Debris around heather --------1 ---.Do.plant.ITALYInsects:Aleurolobus marlatti (whiteCitrus sp. (leaf)----------------1 -.-. Do.fly).Aleyrodes brassicae (whitefly)_ Beta vulgaris cicla (chard) --.-------------1 Do.Do-----------------Brassica oleracea capitata--------. --------3 Do.Apion carduorum (CurcuCynara scolymus (globe --------------3 Do.lionidae). artichoke).Brachycerus albidentatus Allium sativum (garlic) ----------------2 Massachusetts.(Curculionidae).Bruchidius villosus (BruLaburnum alpinum -----2 -------District of Co-chidae). (Scotch laburnum). lumbia.Bruchus lentis (Bruchidae)-. Lens esculenta (lentil) ------.----1 ---------Do. Do -._.----------------------do--------------------1.------------New York.Bruchus signaticornis (Bru-------------------------.------1--------District of Co-chidae). lumbia.Do ------------.---------.do.-----------------1 1 ---------New York.Bruchus tristiculus (BruBean---------------------1 ---------Do.chidae).Bruchus tristis (Bruchidae). Vicia sp. (vetch).------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Cacoecia podana (Tortricidae) -Walus sylvestris (apple) -------------.---. --1 Pennsylvania.Ceratitis capitata (MediterCitrus n o b i 1 is deliciosa ------. --1 --2 New York.ranean fruitfly). (tangerine).Do. ..-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange)-.-. .1 1 .1 Do.Do------------------Diospyrossp. (persimmon) --------1 ------Do.Do---------.---------Paper packing in crate of --------1 -. --.Dotangerines.Ceroplastes rusci (Coccidae). Ficus carica (fig)------.-.--------. --.Do.Ceroplastes sinensis (CocCitrus sp------------.--------------. Do.cidae).Chrysomphalus diet yospermi Camellia japonica (camel-----------1 .-Louisiana.var. (Coccidac). lia).Do.------------------Citrus limonia (lemon) ----------------1 Maryland.Do..--------------------do .---------------------------1 New York.Do .-.--------------------.do.-.----------------------------1 Washington.Do-------------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ---------1 ---------Michigan. 4Do. ...-------------------do.---------------------------I Pennsylvania.Do..--------------------do.-----------------------------1 Texas..Do .-----------------Laurus nobilis (Grecian -----2 ---------New York.laurel).10. ..-----------------Palm .-.-.------------------------2 -Do.Dacus oleae (olive fruitfly) -__ Olea europaea (olive)------5 -.-.1 .---. Do.Emphytus cinctus (sawflyv). Rosa s----------------. .--------1 . --.Do.Frankliniella intonsa (thrips)Cichorium intybus (es---------------1 Do.carole).Gnorimoschema ocel/atella Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss --------------Do.(Gracilariidae). chard).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 31List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest ITALY-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Laspeyresia splendana (OleCastanea sp. (chestnut) ---------1 ---------California.*threutidae).Do--.-------------------do----------------------1----------Maryland.Do--------------------do-----------------3---4-----.---New York.Do----------------------do --------------------. 1 ---------Pennsylvania.Leucaspis pusilla (Coccidae).Pinue sp. (pine) ----------. .-------I ---New York.Myzus ornatus (aphid)-----Petroselinum hortense ---------------1 Do.(parsley).Parlatoria oleae (Coccidae)-. Mains sylvestris (apple) ----.-------1 1 Massachusetts.Do-------------------do--------------------------2 ---1 New York.Do-----------------Pyrus communis (pear)---------I ------Do.Do----------_-. -------Sorbus sp. (sorbe apple)---------I ---Do.Parlatoria camelliae (CocCamellia japonica (camel1 ----------.District of Co-cidae). lia). lumbia.Do.--------------------do----------------------I -------New York.Parlatoria ziziphus (CocciCitrus limonia (lemon)----------------5 California.*dae).Do--------------------do---------------------------2 Louisiana.Do--------. -----------do----------------------------7 Maryland.Do---------------------do.-.---------------------1 ------3 Pennsylvania.Do---------------------do-----------------------------1 Texas.Do.-----------------------do.---------------------------------1 Virginia.Do----------------Citrus nobilis de'iciosa (tan---------1 1 Massachusetts.gerine).Do ---------------------do----------------------------1 Pennsylvania,Do-. ..-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange)----------------1 Alabama.Do.------------------------do--.------------------------2 Pennsylvania.D-. ----------------do-----------------------------1 Texas.Philophylla heraclei (celery Apium graveolens (celery)---------------1 New York.fly).Pieris brassicae (Pieridae).----Brassica oleracea botrytis -------------1 Do.broccoli).Pseudaonidia paeoniae (CocCamellia japonica (camel1 ----------District of Co-cidae). lia). lumbia.Psylliodes chr ysocephala Brassica oleracea botrytis ---------------2 New York.(Chrysomelidae). (cauliflower).Do--.--.------------Brassica oleracra italica ---------------1 Do.(white-sprouting broc-coli,Pyausta nubi!alis (European Capsicum annuum .------------------.1 Do.corn borer).Do---------------------do---------------------------1 Pennsylvania.Do.-----------------Holcus sorghum var. 1 -----------New York.(broomcorn).Do.-----------------Zea mays (corn)----------1 ------------Do. Sesamia cretica (durra stem Holcus sorghum var-------1 --------------Do.borer).Sitona humeralis (CurculioniLactuca sativa (lettuce).--.------------1 Do.dae)Taeniothrips croceicollis A gave sp---------------1 -----------Do.(thrips).Thrip8 angusticeps (thrips) -Cynara scolymus (globe ---------------1 Do. artichoke).Do. .-----------------Lactuca sativa (lettuce)--.-------------1 Do.Do-------------------Lactuca sativa longifolia --------------2 Do.(Romaine lettuce).Thrips nigropilosus (thrips)-_ Cichorium intybus (chicory) -------------1 Do.Do.-----------------Valerianella olitoria (corn-----------1 Do.salad).Trichius zonatus (ScarabaeiJuglans sp. (walnut). .1 ------------Do.dae).Trypetid. .---------------Cynara scolymus (globe -----------.1 Do.artichoke).Diseases:Alternaria dianthi.---------Dianthus sp. (carnation) -------.------Do.Asochyta lycopersici---------Solanum melongena (egg---------------1 Do.plant).Botrytis vulgaris.----------Castanea sp. (chestnut). 1 ------------Do.Cercosporafoeniculi---------Foeniculum vulgare (fen--------------3 Do.nel).Coniothyrium ruscicola------Ruscus sp--------------3 -------. ---Pennsylvania.

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32 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host C Collected in-pest SITALY-ContinuedDiseases-Continued.Diplodiella goetheana ---------Chamaerops humulis (hair 1 ------------New York.palm).Exosporium palmicorum ------Phoenix dactdifera (date)------------Do.Do ---.-----------------Palm .-----------------------------1 ---Do.Fusicladium eriobotryae------Eriobotrya japonica (lo--------------.1 -Do.quat).Gloeosporium apiosporium. Arctostaphylos uvae-ursi -.-1 ---------Do.(bearberry).Glocosporium melongenae----Solanum melongena (egg--------------1 Do.plant),Leptosphaeria heterospora.-. Iris sp ..----------------------1---------District of Co-lumbia.Leptosphaeria tritici.-_ __. Triticurn aestivitm (wheat) .-------------1 Maryland.Mosaic. ..------------------Beta vulgaris cicia (Swiss --------------1 New York.chard).Oidium euonymi-japonici----Euonymus japonica (ever-----------3X ---Do.green burning-bush).Do--.-----------------Euonymus japonica vare-------------1 Do.gata.Do --.-----------------Euonymus sp -----------------------1 Do.Phyllosticta ruscicola.--------Ruscus sp ---------------1 --------1 Do.Do ---.----------------------do-------------------7 ------------Pennsylvania. Pratylenchus pratensis-------Solanum tuberosum--------------------1 Do.Puccinia allii.--------------Allium sativum (garlic) ----.---------.------3 Do.Sclerotinia lara ------------lalus sylvestris (apple) ---------------1 Do. Sclerotium allii.------------Allium sativum (garlic) ------------------1 Massachusetts.Sclerotium cepivorum-------Allium cepa (onion) ------------------1 New York.Do -----.-------------------do-.-----------------------------1 Virginia.Septoria anthrisci.-----------Anthriscus cerefolium(salad ---------------1 New York.chervil).Do -------------------------do --._---------------------------1 Pennsylvania.Septoria chrysanthemela -----Chrysanthemum sp ------.-----------1 ---. New York.Septonia citri--------------Citrus limonia (lemon) ----------------1 Louisiana.Do -.----------------.-----.do -------------------------------3 New York.Stagonospora macrospora ----Agave sp.-----------------1 ------------Do.Uromyces bete_-------------_ .Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss -------------2 Do.chard).Uromycesfabae------------Vicia faba (fava bean).---. --------------1 Do.Vermicularia liliacearur---Iris sp.-----------------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.JAMAICA[nsects:Aleurocanthus woglumi (citrus Citrus limetta (sweet lime) .--------1 ------New York.blackfly).Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -Mangifera indica (mango) ---------2 ------Florida.*Do -.-..--------------------do _---------------------------1 Louisiana.Do ---. _.----------------_--do _ .-------------------------2 ------New York.Bephrata cubensis (EurytomiAnnona muricata (sour--------------1 Florida.*dae). sop).Caryedonfuscus ((Bruchidae). Tamarindus indica (tama-----1 ---------New York.rind).Chrysonphalus dictyospermi Mangifera indica (mango) ---------1 -..-Do.var. (Coccidae).Coccus riridis (Coccidae).Brj'ophytlum sp ----------------2 ----.Do.Do ------------------Coffea sp ..-----------------------2 ------Florida.*Eu.cep s batatue (West InIpomnoea batatas (sweet.--------------3 Louisiana.dian .weet pot ato Weevili). potato).Franklinifla cephalica melaMixed bouquet.------------------1 __ Florida.*nominate (thrips).Furcarps bfor iV (Coccidae). Phajus sp. (orchid) ---------1 ------------District of Co-lumbia.IIemichienarpis "iror straA nrora reticulata (custard--------1 ------New York.cliani (Coecidae). apple).Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocciCodiaeum sp. (croton).-------.I -1-. --.Do.Palaeopus costicullis (yam Dioscorea sp. (yam).-------------3 ------Do.weevil).Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae). Codiaeum sp. (croton) ------------1 9 .-. Do.Pseudischna-pis botreyi (CocAgave s. -----------------------------1 Do.cid(ae).Si/vanus vulgaris (Cucujidae). Attalea cohune (cohune 1 ------------Do.palm).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 33List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest bJAMAIA-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Targionia hartii (Coccidae) -Dioscorea sp. (yam)--------------3 -----New York.Do -----------------Saccharum officinarum --------1 -. ---Do.(sugarcane).Vinsonia stetlifera (Coccidae) -Broughtonia 8anguinea (or------1 ----------District of Co.chid). lumbia.Do.----------------Epidendrum fragrans (or1 -------------Do.chid).Do.-----------------Phajus grandifolius (or1 -------------Do. chid).Diseases:Pratyenchus prateneis. --.Dioscorea sp. (yam)--------------1 ------New York.Pot ylenchus brad ys-----------do-----------------------1 . --Do.JAPANInsects:Aleurolobus marlatti (whiteCitrus nobilis deliciosa (tan--------1------Washington.fly). gerine).Do. .-----------------Citrus sinentis (orange)---.--. --. Do.Anthonomus rectirostris (CurPrunuS lannesiana (hitoye 1 -----------------Do.} culionidae). cherry).Antonina bambusae (CocciBamboo.-.-.--------------------1 -----California.*dae).A.pidiotus degeneratus (CocciCamellia japonica (camel1 ------------Do.*dae). lia).Do ------------------.do.-.-----------------------. ------District of Co-lumbia.Aspidiotus transparens (CocAucubajaponica (Japanese -----------1-. Washington.cidae). aucuba).Do-----------------Aucuba sp-.---------------------2 -.-California.*Callosobruchus ademptus Pueraria thunbergiana -----I ----------Do.*(Bruchidae). (kudzu).Ceroplastes rubens (Coccidae) -Camellia japonica (camel-----1 ---------District of Co-lia). lumbia.Do ----.-.-.Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-.-----.-------1 Maryland.gerine).Do-----------------Citrus sinendis (orange) ----------------1 Washington.Do.-----------------Euonymus sp-----------------------1 .Do.Do ------.------------Fatpia japonica (fatsia) ---------------1 --Louisiana.Do--.-----------------Pittosporum sp --------------.---2 .-. Washington.Chilo simplex (Asiatic rice Oryza sativa (rice)--------3 2 4 ------California.*borer).Do.--------------------do ----------------------2--------Hawaii.*Do-----------.----------do-----------------1 ------------Louisiana.Do.--------------------do.-----------------3 --------------Maryland.Do.--------------------do.-----------------3 -. 7 ------New York.Do ---------------------do--------------------------------Washington.Do.-----------------Packing material for ----------1 Do.flowering cherry.Chionaspis yanonensis (CocciCitrus aurantium (sour -------------1 Maryland.iae). orange).Do--.--------------Citrus grardis (grapefruit) .-------------1 California.*Do-----------------Citrus ncbilis de'iciosa ------.-2 .1 Washington.(mandarin orange).Do--.----------Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-------------2 California.*gerine).Do----------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ---------.---. --1 4 Do.*Do--------------------do. 2--------------2 .1--2 -Washington.Chr ysomphalus dict yospermi Aspidistra sp -.---------------------1 Maryland.var. (Coccidae).Do-----------------do.--------------------------1 .New York.Do ------------------Buxus sp, (box) --------------------1 Washington.Do.-----------------Fatsia japonka (fatsia) ---------------1 Louisiana.Do.------------------Ilez sp. (holly)---------------------2 -Washington.Coccus pseudomagnoliarum Aralia sp------------------------1 -California.*(Coccidae).Do----------------Citrus aurantifolia (lime) ----------------1 Do.*Do------------.------Citrue sinensis (orange).-----------------1 Do.*Fiorinia japonica (Coccidae). Pinus sp. (dwarf pine) ----.----------1 _. Pennsylvania.Fiorinia juniperi (Coccidae). Cephalotazus sp-----------------------Maryland.Fiorinia theae (Coccidae).-.Camellia japonica (camel1 ----------Washington.lia).

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34 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host > Collected in-peste0JAPAN-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Frankliniella fcrmosae srassica chiaensis (Chi----------------1 Maryland. (thrips). nese cabbage).Homoeogryllusjaponicus(GrylIn cage----_-----------------------1 _. California.*lidae).Laspeyresia splendana (OleCastanea sp. (chestnut)--..1 6 -Do.threutidae).Lepidosaphes camelliae (CocCamellia japonica (camel1 -------------Do.*cidae). lia).Do.--------------------do .-----------------1 ------------Washington.Lepidosaphes conchiformis Diospyros sp. (persimmon)------I --------California.*(Coccidae).Do.----------.--------Diospyros kaki (Japanese --------------1 Massachusetts,persimmon).Do..-----------------Euonymus sp-------------------2 -.Washington.Leucospisjaponica (Coccidae) Diospyros sp---------------1 ---------California.*Do-----------------Euonymus alatus subtri-----1 ---------District of Co-florus. lumbia.Do-----. -------------Prunus glandulosa (flow------------1 -Maryland.ering almond).Maruca testulalis (bean pod Phaseolus sp. (string bean) .---------------1 Washington.borer).Megastigmus cryptomeriae Cryptomeria j a p o w i ca-----1 -----------Illinois.(Callimomidae). (cryptomeria).Morganella longispina (CocCamellia japonica (camel1 -----------Washington.cidae). lia).Parlatoria camelliae (Coc.----do.-.---------------------2 ---------District of Co-cidae). lumbia.Do -.-.----------------.-----. do ..-----------------7 2 1 -----Washington.Parlatoria theae (Coccidae) --Acer sp.----------------------1 ------California.*Do..--------------------do -----------------1 ----------.---. Washington.Do.-----------------Euonymus sp------------. --------2 .Do.I irlatoria zizipkus (Coccidae) Citrus grandis (grapefruit) ---------1 ------California.*Do.-.-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ---.-----------1 .--Pennsylvania.Do. . ..-----------------Citrus sp. .-------------------------1 ---Maryland.Poliaspis pini (Coccidae)----Pinus sp. (dwarf pine) -------------1 --. Pennsylvania.Do. ._-----------------Pinus sp. (pine)---------------------1 --_California.*Popillia japonica (Japanese Soil .-----------------.------------1 ---Alabama.beetle).Pseudaonidia duplex (camAcer sp.-----------------1 ------------Washington. phor scale).Do. ..-----------------Citrus aurantium (sour --------------3 Maryland.orange).Do--.---------------------do ---.----------------------------2 New York.Do -.--------------------.do. .---------------------------1 Pennsylvania.Do. ..-----------------Citrus grandis (grapefruit) .----------. ---1 New York. 4Do. ..---------------------do --.----------------------1 Pennsylvania.Do-.--------------------do-----------------------1 ------Washington.Do. ..-----------------Citrus nobilis deliciosa --------------2 California.*(mandarin orange).Do ---------------------do--------------------1 ---------Michigan.Do---.---------------do------------------1 ------------Oregon.Do-.--------------------do. .-----------------4 ----------2 Washington.Do-----------. ------Citrus nobilis deliciosa --------1 --2 California.*(tangerine).Do-.------------------------.do. ..---------------------------2 Maryland.Do..--------------------.do.-. .----------------------------1 New York.Do.--.--------------------do-.-----------------------------1 Pennsylvania.Do----------. .-------Citrus nobilis unshiu (Sat-----------------1 California.*suma orange).Do..--------------------do --.----------------------1 ------Washington..o. .-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange) -----------1 1 14 California.*Do -__-.-.--------.-.do--.---------------------------1 Louisiana.Do..--------------------do.----------------------------Maryland.Do.--------------------do.-.---------------------------5 New York.D o.--------------------do ---------------------------1 Oregon.o0--------. -.--.---------_do.---------------------------3 Pennsylvania.Do .---.----------------.-----do.-----------------4 ._. 6 .5 Washington.-0. ..-----------------Citrus sinensisjunos (Jap--.------------2 Maryland.anese orange).Do .-------------------.-----.do .----------------------.----1 Pennsylvania.Do .-----------------Citrus sp .--------------------.----1 Maryland.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 35List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,.inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestJAPAN-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Pseudaonidia duplex (camCitrus sp.-------------------------1 Oregon.phor scale).Do. ..-----------------Codiaeum sp. (croton).---------------1 __. Louisiana. Do ...-----------------Diospyros sp. (persimmon)-----1 ---------California.*Pseudaonidia paeoniae (CocAzalea sp--------------1 ------------Do.*cidae).Do. ..--------------------.do.--.----------------------1 ------Hawaii.*Do ..-----------------Camellia japonica (camel1 ------------California.*lia).Do .--------------------do ---------------------1 ---------District of Co.lumbia.Do _-------------------Rhododendron indicum. 1 1 ---------California.*Paeudococcus filamentosus Diospyros sp. (persimmon) -----1 ----------Do.*(Coccidae).Pseudococcus kraunhiae (CocCitrus limonia (lemon) ---------------1 Do.*cidae).Psychid. .----------------Aucuba sp.----------------------. .-1 .-Washington.Do. .-----------------Cedrus sp. (cedar).----------------2 -. Do.Do. .-----------------Fatsiajaponica (fatsia) -----.---------1 Do.Do. ..------------------. Magnolia sp.-------------. 2 ------------Do.Do.-.-----------------Prunus sp. (flowering --------1 ---. --.Do. cherry).Pyrausta nubitalis (European Zea mays (corn).---------------------2 Do.corn borer).Tortricid. ..---------------Azalea sp ------------------------1 ------awaii.*Do...--------------------.do.------------.-------------1 -Washington.Do.--------------------Euonymus sp.-------------------------1 Do.Do .-----------------Taxus sp. (yew)------------------.---. ----Do.Vesiculaphis caricis (aphid). Azalea sp -----------------2 ---------California.*Diseases:Aphelenchoides parietinus-.Chrysanthemum sp------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do. . ..-----------------Colocasia esculenta (taro) ---------------2 Pennsylvania.Do-----------------Lilium sp. (lily)----------1 ------------California. *Do.--------------------.do.-----------------1 -----------Washington. Do--. .-----------------Zingiber officinale (ginger) --------------1 Pennsylvania. Bacterium citri. .-----------Citrus nobilis (king orange) --------------1 Washington.Do ..-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange)------------1 3 California.*Do -.--------------------do.-----------------------------1 Maryland.Do.--------------------do---------------------------------3 New York.Do.---------------------do----.-------------------------1 Pennsylvania.Do.---------------------do --------------------1 1 .--Washington. Do. .-----------------Citrus sp.-----------------------.------1 Maryland.Do..--------------------do----------------.-.-.2 Pennsylvania.Botrytis elliptica.-----------Lilium sp. (lily) -------------------.---. Washington.Cephalosporium pammelii MIalus sylvestris (apple).-----------1 Maryland.purpurascens.Colletotrichum orchidearu mCymbidiurm sp. (orchid)-2 ---------California.*Diaporthe batatis-----------lpomnea batatas (sweet--------------1 Massachusetts.potato).Diplodiella oryzae.----------Oryza satira (rice) ---------------------1 New York.Gloeodes pomigena-----------. falus sylrestris (apple) ----------------2 Pennsylvania.Monochaetia paconiae-------Paeonia moutan var--------1 -----------California.*MAycosphaerella moutan-----------do -----------------. -----1 ---------Do.*Mycosphaeretla schoenoprasi. Allium cepa (onion)------------------1 New York.Do.-.-----------------Allium fistulosum (Welsh ---------------7 Pennsylvania.onion).Do. ..-----------------Allium porrum (leek)---------------24 Maryland.Do..--------------------do -. .---------------------------2 New York.Do--------------------do----------------------------7 Pennsylvania.Mycosphaerella shiraiana. Oryza sativa (rice)---------2 -------------New York.Oidium euonymi-japoniei--_ Euonymusjaponicus (ever-----------1California.*green burningbush).Do. ..-----------------Euonymusjaponicusvarie-----------1 -Washington.gata.Do-----------------Euonymus sp -------------------------Do.Pestalozzia batatae---------Ipomoea batatas (sweet--------------1 Pennsylvania.potato).Phaecseptoria oryzac (?).----Oryza satira (rice) --------1 ----------New York.Phoma glumarum.------------do-----------------------------1 Do.Phomopsis batatae----------Ipomoea batatas (sweet---------------1 Do.potato).

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S6 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest JAPAN-Continued-Diseases-Continued.Pratylenchus pratensis-.-----Colocasia esculenta (taro) ---------1 Virginia.Sclerotinia fructicola--------Maius sylvestria (apple)-------. ---------1 Pennsylvania.Sclerotiopsis testudinea.------Paeonia moutan var------1 1 ---------California.*Do----.-.--------------Paeonia suifruticosa (tree -----1 -------.-Do.*peony).Do---------------------.do----------------2 3 --------.Washington.Tilletia horrida-.-----------ryza sativa (rice)----------------------1 New York.Uromyces lespedezae-procumLespedeza formosa (purple 2 -----------Washington.bentis. bushclover).Ustilago esculenta-----------Zizania sp. (wildrice)--.---------------1 New York.JAVAInsects:Fiorinia proboscidaria (CocCitrus limonia (lemon) ---------1 Massachusetts.cidae).Maruca testulalis (bean pod Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-------------1 California.*borer).Parlatoria ziziphus (CocciCitrus limonia.------------------------1 Do.*dae).Do-----------------------.-----do -------------------------------3 Massachusetts.Do---------------------Citrus sinensis (orange)----------------1 California.*Pseudococcus tilacinus (CocCitrus grandis (pomelo)----------. ------1 New York.cidae).Stephanoderes hampei (coffee Coffea sp-----------------.--2 ---------Do.berry borer).KENYAInsects:Stephanoderes hampei (coffee Coffea sp-------------------------------Do.berry borer).LIBERIAInsects:Stephanoderes hampei (coffee Coffea sp-------------------.-I ---------Do.berry borer).MADEIRA ISLANDSInsects:Sesamia cretica (durra stem Saccharum officinarum-------.-1 ------Do.borer).Tineid-----------.------Camellia japonica (camel-----1 --------.Massachusetts,lia).Diseases:Septoria fructigena (?)------Passiflora sp. (passion--------1 ------New York.flower).MALTAInsects:Ceratitis capitata (MediterOn paper wrapping --------1 ------Do.ranean fruitfly). around apples.MEXICOInsects:Aceratagallia svrdida (CicaAntirrhinum majus (snap---------1 ------Texas.dellidae). dragon).Do----.__-------------Lactuca sativa (lettuce)---. .-----. 2 --.---Do.Acroleucustullus (Lygaeidae)Camellia japonica (camel1 ------------Do.lia).Aeoluo pulchelluB (ElateriAllium sativum (garlic).------------1 I. Do.dae).Do.-----.-.---.---------On bag of bagasse.--------.----------Do.Do--.-.---------------Bean------------------------1 Do.Do-----------------Lycopersicum escule'tum.1 -----------Do.Do-----------------Soil around potted plant.------------Do.Agallia producta (CicadelliLactuca sativa----------------------Do.dae).Do-----.-------------Raphanus sativus (radish) -.----------Do.Aleurolobus marlatti (whiteCitrus sinensis (orange)--------------. Do.fly).Allocoris interrupta (CydniAntirrhinum majus (snap1 ------------Do.dae). dragon).Amnestus pusio (Cydnidae)-----do--------------.-------1 -----. Do.

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June 19371 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 37List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1987,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host 0 W Collected in-pestMEXIco-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Amorbia emigratella (TortricGardenia florida (CapeI ----------------Texas.idae). jasmine).Anaphothrips orchidaceous Laelia sp. (orchid)--------1 -------------California.*(thrips).Do--------------------Orchid-------------------6 ---1 --------Texas.Do---------------------Viola sp. (violet)------------------1 Do.Anastrepha ludens (Mexican Amygdaluspersica (peach)-----------Do.fruitfly).Do----------------------Annona cherimola (cheri-------------Do.moya)Do---------------------Casimiroa edulis (white---------1 Do.sapote).Do----------------------Citrus auranthum (sour --------Do.orange).Do ---------------------Citrus grandis (grapefruit)----------------1 New York.-Do---------------------------do------------------------4 ------Texas.Do----------------------Citrustimetta (sweet lime) -----------6 ---Do.Do------.---------------Citrus nobilis delicious tan--------1 ------Do.gerine).Do---------------------Citrus sinensis (orange)----------------1 Louisiana.Do---------------------do-----------------------161 3 5 Texas.Do---------------------Cydonia oblonga (quince)-------I ---Do.Do-------------------Mammea americana (ma---------I ---Do.mey).Do-----------------Mangifera indica (mango) --------35 ------Do.Do-----------------Mangoes in railway car (2 -----------------Do.interceptions).Do-----------------Persea americana (avo---------3 ------Do.cado).Do---------------------Psidium guajava (guava) -----------1 ---Do.Do----------------------Punica granatum (pome---------2 ------Do.granate).Do--------------------Pyrus communis (pear)---------5 -----Do.Anastrepha striata (TrypetiPsidiuin guajara (guava)---------2 -----Do-dae).Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)Achras sapota (sapodilla)--------Do.Do---------------------Amygdalus persica (peach)---------4 Do.Do----------------------Citrus grandis (grapefruit) ------------Do.Do----------------------Citrus limetta (sweet lime)------Do.Do------.---------------Citrus sinensis (orange)-------------9 Do.Do----------------------Malus sylre.tris (apple)------------2 Do.Do.-----------------fammea americana (ma----------1 --Do.mey).Do---------------------Mangifera indica (mango)---------23Do.Do-------------------Mangoes in railway car (2 -----------Do.interceptions).Do----------------------Psidium guajara (guava) ---------------I Louisiana.Do--------------------do-------------------------4 ------Texas.Do----.-----------------Pyrus communis (pear)------------3 -Do.Do--------------------Sapote----------------------3 -Do.Anoptiomorpha reticollis (CerAllium satirum (garlic)------------1 --Do.ambycidae).Anthonomus grandis var. Gossypium sp. (seed cot1 --Do.(Curculionidae). ton).Antillocoris picturala (LyMammillaria sp. (cactus)--------I ----------California.*gaeidae).Asphondylia opuntiae (cactus Cactus -----------------Texas.fruit gallfly).Aspidiotuspalmae (Coccidae) Camellia japonica (camel5 ----------Do.lia).Aspidiotus persearum (Cocci------------------------I-----------Do.dae).Aspidiotus spinosus (Cocci-do---------------------2 ------------Do.dae).Asterolecanium aureum (CocOrchid------------------2 ----------------District of Co-cidae). lum bia.Ataxia hubbardi (CerambyciQuercus sp. (oak)----------------1 --------Texas.dae).Bephrata cubensis (soursop Arnona muricata (Foursop) -----------Louisiana.chalcid).Ceratocombits e r e o I a t u s Lactuca sativa (lettuce)---1------Texas.(Cryptostemmatidae).Do--------------------Zea ma;1s (corn)------------------------Do.

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38 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-'Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest'4.MEXICO-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Ceratolepis errans (Scolytidae) Gardenia florida (Cape1 -----------Texas.jasmine).Ceroputo mexicanus (Coccidae) Chrysanthemum sp-------1 --------------Do.*Chelinidea vittiger var. (CoreiNeomammilaria sp. (cac1 ------------Arizona.dae). tus).,Chilo loftini (Pyralidae). Saccharum officinarum-------------1--------California.(Cholus fattleyarum (CurcuOrchid --------------------1 ---------District of Co-lionidae). lumbia.Cyibnijphalus dictlpospermi Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 1------------Arizona.var. (Coccidae).Do ..--------------------Do .-----------------12 ---4 ------Texas.Do __-. .-----------------Gardenia florida (Cape2 ---.------Do.jasmine). Do -.-----------------Persea americana (avocado) ---------4-Do.-Chrysomphalus lilacinus (CocQuercus alba (white oak) ----------1 ------Arizona.cidae).,Chrysomphalus personctus Achras sapota (sapodilla)----------.-1 ___. Florida.*(Coccidae).Do .-.-----------------Camellia japonica (camelI ------------Texas.lia).Do -.-----------------Citrus aurantifolia (lime) _ _ 3 ------------Do.Do -.-----------------Rosa sp ----------------1 ---1 .----. Do.-Chrysomphalus scutiformis Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 1------------California.*(Coccidae).*Cieadella guttata (CicadelliGardenia florida (Cape1 ------------Texas.dae). jasmine).Cicadella pulchella (Cicadel-.do.--------------------------------1 New York.lidae). Cicadella sexlineata (Cicadel----do ---------------------------Texas. lidae).Cicadula maidis (CicadelliEuchlaena mexicana (teo-----1 ----------District of Co-dae). sinte). lumbia.Clastoptera funesta (CercopiGardenia florida -.-.-----1 --------Texas.dae).Conoderus bellus var. (ElaA nanas sativus ---------------.----------Do.teridae).'Conotelus mexicanus (fruit -----do-----------------1-------------Do.bud beetle).Do --_-----------------Gardenia florida ----------I -1----------Do.Do---.-----------------Punica granatum (pome-----------Do.granate).Do _--------------------Swietenia maihogani (ma1-------------Alabama.hogany).Conotrachelus aguacatae (CurPersea americana (avocado) --------1 ------Texas.culionidae).Conotrachelus dimidiatus Psidium guajava (guava) ------------1 -----New York.(Curculionidae).Do-----------------do --._----------------------3 ------Texas.Conotrachelus flavangulus Persea americana (avocado) ---------1 ------Do.(Curculionidae).Coptotermes c? assus (termite) Citrus aurantifolia (lime)-. 1 ------------Do.Cosmopolites sordidus (baBanana debris -----------1 ------------Do.nana root borer).Cossonus canaliculatus (CurAnanas sativus-----------1 ------------Do.culionidae).-Crocidosema plebeiana (OleHibiscus esculentus (okra). 9 3 ----Do.threutidae).Crophius costatus (Lygaeidae) Orchid-------------------I ---------California.*Ctenochira h-ieroglyphica Gardenia florida (Cape1 ------------Texas.(Chrysomelidae). jasmine).Ctenochira plicata (Chry-----------------1 -----------Do.soinelidae).Clenochira qtali (Chrysomeli.----do.-------------------I -----------Do.dae).Ctenochira vicida (Chryso---.do------------------1 ------------Do.nelidae).Cylas formicarius (sweetpoIpomoea batatas (sweet--------56 .-----Do.tato weevil). potato).Cymus virescens (Lygaeidae). Daisy-.-------------------1 ------Do.Diabrotica tibia'is (ChrysoLactuca sativa (lettuce) ----.-----.-1 _--.Do.nwelidae).Dialeurodescitri (citrus whiteCitrus sp.---------------------1 .-. Do.fly),

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 39List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host < & Collected In-pest H t C tU .)MEXICO-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Dicaiothrips a n g u e t i c e p s Ananas8 ativus-----------1 ------------Arizona.(thrips).Do----.---------------------do ----------------------------1 ------Texas.Dysdercus mimulus (Pyrrho-. .do.-----------------1 -------------Do.coridae).Do._ .-----------------Gossypium sp. (seed cot--------1-----Do.ton).Echinothrips m e x i c a n u 8 Gardenia florida (Cape1 ------------Do.(thrips). jasmine).Epicaerus cognatus (CurculiSolanum tuberosum-------------15 ------. Do.onidae).Ftechtia sallaei (MembraciCamellia japonica (camel1 ------------Do.dae). lia).For/icula auricularia (EuroLycopersicum esculentum 1m -----------California. pean earwig).Frankliniella cephalica (thrips) Gardenia florida----------2 -----------Texas.Do .-----------------Pelargonium sp. (gerani--------1 ---------Do.um).Do..-----------------Rosa sp .---------------------8 -.-.--Frankliniellafortissima (thrips) Gladiolus sp --.---------1 ---------------Do.Do: _.------------------I ilium longiflorum (Easter --------I ------Do.lily).Frankliniella ingentissirna Gardenia florida (Cape1 -------------Do.(thrips). jasmine).Trankliniella insularis (thrips) Antirrhinum majus (snap--------3 ------Do.dragon).Do.--.-----------------Chrysanthemum sp-------2 ---1 ------Do. Do -.-----------------Gardenia florida ------------------1 ------New York.Do .-----------------Orchid_-----------------1 -----------Texas.Do.--.-----------------Phaseolussp. (string bean)---------1 ------Do.Do-----------------Rosa.-------------------------1 ------Do.Fra nkliniella williafmsi Cymbopogon sp-.----------------1 ------. Do.(thrips).Do-----------------Saccharum officinarum----------2 ------Do.Do. .-----------------Zea mays (corn)----------------14------Do.Tulvius anthocorides (Miridae) Citrus aurantifolia--------1 ------------Do.Furcaspis bilormis (Coccidae). Palm -.-----------------------2--------Do.Gerstaeckeria mutillaria (CurMammillaria pusilla (cac--------------California.*culionidae). tus).Gnorimoschema gudmanella Capsicum annuum_.--26 ----.-------Arizona.(Gelechiidae).Do..--------------------do .-----------------3. 1 ------Texas.Do ---------------------Lycopersicum esculentum-3 -----------Arizona.'Gnorimoschema lycopersicella -----do.-.---------------2,080 ---54 ------Do.(tomato pinworm).Do-. .--------------------do. .-----------------1 ------------California.Do. ..--------------------do. .-----------------10 ------------Do.Do-. ...----------------.-----.do ..------------------1------------New York. Do. ..--------------------do ..----------------163 --.161 ------Texas. Do ..-----------------Solanum vielonoena (egg1 -----------Arizona.plant).Gypona vulnerata (CicadelGarderia florida (Cape1 -----.------Texas.lidae). jasmine).Hemichionaspis minor Citrus aurantifolia (lime). 2 -----------Do.strachaini (Coccidae).Hoplophorion concinna Gardenia florida (Cape1 -1------Do.(Membracida'). jasmine).Isochaetothrips reticulatus Camellia pponica (camel1 ------------Do.(thrips). iia).Do ..-----------------Gardenia florida (Cape3 ------------Do.jasmine).-Lepidosaphes philococcus Cactus. .-----------------1 ----.------California.*(Coccidae).Do ..--------------------do -----------------6 --. 5 ------Texas.Do-.----------------Cereus marginatus (cac-----1 ---------California.*tus).Do...-----------------Cereus sp. (cactus).-------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Do-----------------Myrtillocactus geometri1 ----------.---. Arizona. zans (cactus).Do. ..--------------------do.-----------------.2 ---------District of Co-lumbia.

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40 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1939List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Q r Collected in-pest tw $bfl0 ~ c Z ~MEXICO-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Lepidosaphes philococcus Myrtillocactusmonstruosus 1 -----------California.*(Coccidae). (cactus).Do_.-----------------Philocereus marginatus -----1 ---------District of Co-(cactus). lumbia.Lepturges spermophagus Botanical specimen------1 ----------.---. Alabama. (Cerambycidae).Lophocateres pusillus (SiaAltium sativum (garlic). 1 -----------Texas.mese grain beetle).Do.------.--.---.Cicerarietinum(garbanzo)--.1----.--Do.Do --.-----------------Gossypium sp. (cotton--------1 -.--.Do.seed).Do._.-.-------------Oryza sativa (rice).---------------2 -------Do. Lyctus caribeanus (Lyctidae) Citrus aurantiJolia (lime)1 ------------Do.Lygaeus poeyi (Lygaeidae)-.Ananas sativus-----------1 ------------Do. Lygus cristatus (Miridae)__._ Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ----.-------2 ------Do. Do -._._-----------------Phaseolus sp. (string bean).1 -----. -_----Do.Macrosiphum luteum (aphid ). Oncidium bicallosum (or-----1---------California.*chid).Do.._-------------__. Orchid.-----------------5 1 ------Texas.Marmara opuntiella (Graci. Cactus-----------------1.----.---------Do.lariidae).Do. ..-----------------Opuntia compressa (prick--------I -1--.-Do.lypear).Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae). Capsicum annuum-------13 -----------Arizona.Do. .-----------------Citrus aurantifolia (lime). 29 -. 4 ------Texas.Do. .-----------------Citrus sinensis (orange) --.-----------1 ---. Do.Do. ._-----------------Mangifera indica (mango) ----------1 . -. Do.Do -_.-----------------Opuntia sp. (cactus).------------2 -.-. ---Do.Do -.-----------------Persea americana (avo--------. 681 .-.-1 Do.cado).Maruca teetulalis (bean pod Phaseolus sp. (string bean). 2 -----------Do.borer).Metachroma longicollis (ChryAnanas sativus-----------1 ---.----.---Do,somelidae).Metamasius sericeus (silky Banana debris-----------4 -----------Louisiana,cane weevil).Do --.----------------.-----do 2-----------------2 ------------Texas.Do.-.-----------------Musa sp .----------------1 -----------Louisiana.Do ---.---------------.-----.do -----------------2 -----------Texas.Metamasius sericeus carboBanana debris ------------8 ----------.---. Louisiana.narius (Curculionidae).Do. .--------------------do.-----------------6 -----------Texas.Do-----. -.------------Musa sp. (banana)-------3 ------------Do.Metamasius sericeus var. Banana debris.-----------2 -----------Louisiana.(Curculionidae).Metriona atalanta (Chryso. Gardenia florida (Cape1 -----------Texas.melidae). jasmine).Microledrida flava (Fulgori. Lilium tongiflorum (Easter --------1 ----. Do.dae). lily).Minthca rugicollis (Lyctidae). Ananas sativus -----------. ----. .-------Do.Moodna bisinuella (Pyralid. Zea mays (corn)-----------------3 -------Do.idae).Mordellistena sp. (MordelliLaelia sp. (orchid) ----------3 -----------California.*dae).Do. ..-----------------Orchid. ..----------------1 ----.--------District of Co-lumbia.Morpheis smerintha (Pyralid. Bamboo .----------------------3 ------Texas.idae).Neuroctenus niger (Aradidae). Prosopis sp. (mesquite). -1 ------------Do.Oedopa capito (Ortalidae)-.-Gossypium sp. (cotton). 1 ------------Do.Opsius stactogalus (CicadelAntirrhinum majus (snap1 ------------Do. lidae). dragon).Do. .-----------------Rosa sp.------------------------1 -..-. Do.Pachyschelus azureus (Bu. Ananas sativus-----------1 ----. -------Do.prestidae).Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae) Citrus aurantifolia (lime). 7 -----------California.*Do .----------------.-----do. .----------------12 -----------Texas.Parlatoria fluggeae brasiti.--.----------------42 ---1 -.-. -.Do.ensis (Coccidae).Do -. ..----------------.Citrus sinensis (orange)----------3 ------Do.

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June 19371 SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 41List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest MEXICO-ContinuedInsect s--Continued.Pectinophoragossypiella (pink Gossypium sp. (cotton) 1 ------Texas.bollworm). (boll).Do. Go.spium sp. (cotton--------27 ---.Do.seed)Do. .-----------------Gossypium sp. (seed cot--------18 --.-.-. Do.ton).Do..-----------------Cottonseed in railway car ------------------Do.(5 interceptions).Pelonomus obscurus (DryopPhysalis sp. (husk tomato) ---------1 ------Do.idae).Physownta alutacea (ChryLaelia anceps (orchid) -----.--------1 ------California.*somelidae).Platynota rostrana (TortricCapsicum annuvm.-------3 ----------Arizona.idae).Platynota stultana (Tortrici.--.do ----------------203 -2 ----Do.dae).Do .--------------------do -------------------5 ----.California.*Do..---------------Lycopersicum esculentum. 9 -----------Arizona.Do -. .-----------------Solanum melongena (egg1 ------------Do.pl nt).Pleurophorusparvulus (ScaraLactuca satira (lettuce) ----.-------1 ------Texas.baeidae).Psychid. .----------------Citrus auraitifolia (lime). 1 ------------Do. Do .-.-----------------Gardenia florida (Cape1 ------------Do.jasmine)Do.-.-----------------Lilium longifloru m (Easter 1 -----------Do.lily).Ranzoiuscrinitus (Miridae). Gardenia florida.----------I------------Do.Rhagoletis sp. (Trypetidae).Crataegus sp. .------------------5 ------. Do.Do. ..-----------------Juglans sp. (walnut).------------3 ----. Do.Do.--------------------Prunus capollin ------------.----1 --.Do. Setomorpha insectella (TineCactus.-----------------1 -----------Do.idae.Do. ..-----------------Laelia sp. (orchid)--------1 ------------California.Sisamnes contractus (LygaeiAncistrocactus ro8eanus ----.----1---------Do.*dae).Do. ..-----------------Mammillaria karwinskiana 1 ------------Texas.(cactus).Sitophilus mexicanus (CurcuBamboo..---------------------1 --. --Do.lionidae).Sogatafurcifer (Araeopidae). Daisy-. ..------------------------1 --..Do.Stenoma catenifer (avocado Persea americana (avo--------4 ------Do.seed moth) .--------------cado).Stirellus mexicanus (CicadelLactuca sativa (lettuce) ----------1 _-.-Do.lidae).Taeniothrips simplex (gladiGlaJiolus sp.-------------2 3 -----.Do.olus thrips).Talponia batesi (OlethreuAnnona cherimola (cheri--------1 --. -Do.tidae). moya).Tanymecus confertus (CurcuLactuca satira (lettuce) ------------1 .--. .-. Do.lionidae).Targionia bromeliae (CocciAnanas satirus-----------1-----------New York.dae).Do.--. .--------------------do-----------------3 -----------Texas.Trypetid-------------Citrus sinensis (orange) -----------1 .-. _--. Do.Do.---------------Compositae -------------------1 ------District of Co-lumbia.Xyleborus affinis (Scolytidae)Citrus sinensis _--------------------1 Louisiana.Xyleborus confusus (ScolyGardenia florida (Cape-jas1 -----------Texas.tidae). mine).Zabrotes subfasciatus (BruBean-----------------------88 ----.-Do.chidae).Do .-.-----------------Cicer arietinum (garbanzo) . .2 ---. --. Do.Do. .-----------------Oryza sativa (rice)--------------1 -----Do.Do.-.----------------Phaseolus vulgaris (bayo --------16 ------. Do.bean).Do..---------------Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 1 .-. 1 -..Do.Do.-----------------Tamarindus indica (tama--------------1 Alabama.rind).Do ---------------Zea mi ys (corn).---------------2 -------Texas.D isesses:Alternaria fasciculata.-------Phaseolus lunatus macro1 ---------------Arizona.carpus (lima bean).

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42 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive--ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of fost Cnllected in-pest00MExIco-ContinuedDiseases-C ontinuel.Aplanobacter michiganense--. Lycopersicum esculentum. 1 ---3 ------Texas.Cercospora atricincta---------7innia elegans (zinnia)---------2 ------Do.Cercospora capsici----------Capsicum annitum-------------------Do.Cercospora medicaginis.------Medicago sativa (alfalfa)------------1 ------Do.Cercozpora rosae-----------Rosa sp-----------------------------. Do. Cercospora rosigena (?) ------Rosa sp--------------------------1 Do.Cladosporium pisi.----------Pisum sativum (pea)----------.-1 -----. Do.Claviceps tripsaci-----------Tripsacum sp--------------1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Colletotrichum agaves--------Agave atrovirens (pulque -----1 -----------Do.agave).Colletotrichum graminicolum-Grass-------------------1 -------------New York.Colletotrichum lineola-------Hlolcus halepensis (Johnson 1 ------------Texas.grass).Cylindrosporium chrysanChrysanthemum sp---------------. --Do.themi.Erysiphe polygoni-----------Pisum sativum-----------2 .1 ------Arizona.Do.----------------------do.----------------------1-----Texas.Gloeosporium leguminum----Prosopis sp. (mesquite)------------.Do. Hfeterosporium echinulatum --Dia nthus sp. (carnation). 1 --------------Do.Alycosphaerella citrullina-----Cucurbita maxima (squash) -----.--I ----.-. Do.Mycosphaerella lythracearum-Punica granatum (pome--------1 .---Do.granate).Peronospora efusa---------Spinacia oleracea (spinach)--------2 ----Do.Phaeochora neowashingtoniae-Palm---------.-------------1 ------California.Phomopsis capsici----------Capsicum annum-------------------1 ------New York.Phyllachora graminis--------Bouteloua sp --.---.------1 ------------Do.Do-------------------Diectomis fastigiatus------1 ---. ---------Do.Do-------------------Grass ----------------1 ----------Do.Phyllosticta laeliae.----------LarfUa ancemp (orchid) ----.---. 1 ---. . .C2alfornia.*Phytophthora citrophthora----Citrus sinensis (orange) ----------1 ------ixas.Phytophthora terrestria-------Lycopersicum esculentum _ 14 --.-..------Arizona.Plenodomus destruens .Ipomoea batatas (sweet-----1 ----------Florida.*potato).Pleospora neottiae----------Oncidium tigrinum ungui-----1 --. ------California.*culatum (orchid).Pseudopeziza medicaginis---Medicago sativa (alfalfa) -------------------Texas.Puccinia boutelouae-.----. .Bouteloua sp------------2 -------. ---New York.Do-------------------Grass------------------3 -------------Do.Puccinia chloridis -----------Chloris sp. (ringergrass) -1 -------.---Arizona.Puccinia cynodontis---------Capriola dactylon (Bermu2 ----------New York.da grass). Puccinia heterospora .-.---_Leaf--.------------------------1 ------Texas.Puccinia purpurea---------Holcus halepensis (John1 --------------Do.son grass).Puccinia versicolor----------Andropogon contortus.--.1 --------------Do.Do--------------.------Chloris sp. (fingergrass) -. 1 .------------Arizona.Do-----------------Grass-------------------1 --.---------New York.Streak (virus)----.--------Lycopersicum esculentum .17 -------------Arizona.Uromyces medicaginis-------Medicago sativa (alfalfa).----------1 -----Texas.Vermicularia capsici--------Capsicum annuum.--------------.1 ------Arizona.MONTSERRATInsects:Coccus viridis (Coccidae)---. Citrus aurantifolia (lime). 1-----------New York.Parlatoria fluggeae brasiliendo..----------------------1 --------.Massachusettsasis (Coccidae).Targionia hartii (Coccidae)-. Dioscorea sp. (yam)---.--------2 --. .Do.Do---------------------do -----.---------------------1 ------New York.MOROccOInsects:Dermestes muslelinus (DerPhellodendron sp. (cork1 .---Do.mestidae). tree).Exosoma lusitanica (Chryso.Muscari comosum (cipol5 --. -.-.-.Do.melidaQ). liDO).Sesamia cretica (durra stem Iolcus sorghum var. 1 -----------Do.borer). (broomcorn).Diseases:Ascochyta lycopersici--------Lycopersicum esculentum 1 --------------Do.Cercospora petroselini-------Petroselinum hortense --------------1 Pennsylvania.(parsley).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 43List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestNETHERLANDSInsects:Acrolepia assectella (PlutelAllium porrum (leek) ------------------2 New York,lidae).Baris laticollis (CurculioBrassica rapa (turnip)-----.-------.----1 Do. nidae).Bregmatothrips iridis (thrips) Iris kaempferi (Japanese ------1 ---------District of Co-iris). lumbia.Do ..-----------------Iris sp.-----------------. 1 --------------Do.Bruchus tristiculus (BruchiLathyrus odoratus (sweet 1 ------------Pennsylvania.dae). pea).Callosobruchus ademptus Pueraria thunbergiana -----1 -----.--.District of Co-(Bruchidae). (kudzu). lumbia.Do-. .--------------------do.--.--------------------1-------New York.Ceutorhynchus pleurostigmaa Brassica campestris (ruta--------------1 Do.(turnip gall weevil). ba-a).Do.--------------------do.----------------------------3 Pennsylvania.Do .-----------------Brassica rapa (turnip)-----------------2 Louisiana.Do----------------.---. do.-------------------------2 Maryland.Do ---------------------do----------------------------1 Massachusetts.Do------------.-----do ._.----------------------------4 New York.Do-.-----------------------do ----------.-----------------3 Pennsylvania.Do.-.--------------------.do. .------------------------------1 Texas.Do. ..--------------------do-. ..-----------------------------1 Virginia.Corcyra cephalonica (rice Waste bagging-------------------------Alabama.moth'.Dialeurodes chittendeni (rhoRhododendron sp----------------------District of Co-dodendron whitefly). luibia.Emnphytus cinctus (sawfly).Rosa chinensis manetti-3 -----------Connecticut.*Do.----------------------do ------------------10 --------------New York.Do----------------------do -------------------5 -------------PCnnsylvania.*Do-----------------Rosa multiflora (Japanese 1 --------------Do.*rose).Do.-----------------Rosa rugosa (rugosa rose). 1 ------------New York.Do -. ..-----------------Rosa sp -------------------------------District of Co-lumbia.Endrosis lacteella (OecophoriIris sp-------------------. .1 ------------Do.dae).Eumerus sp. (Syrphidae)-. Hyacinth us sp ------------1 -------------Maryland.Do.-.-----------------Narcissus sp--------------I-------------New York.Forficula auricularia (EuroIn case containing hya1 ------------Massachusetts.pean earwig). cintbs.Do.-----------------Hyacinthus sp.------------1 ------------Pennsylvania.Do. ..-----------------Tulipa sp. (tulip)--------1 -------------New York.Do-..-------------------do-------------------1 -------------Pennsylvania.Hylastes ater (Scolytidae)---Pinus sylvestris (Scotch 1-----------New York.pine).Hylurgops palliatus (Scoly----do-----------------I --------------Do.tidae).Do.-----------------Pinus sp. (pine)----------1------------Do.Merodon sp. (Syrphidae)----Leucojum aestirum (sum1 ----------District of Co-mer snowflake). lumbia.Do.-.----------------Narcissus sp-------------.6.-----.--. .--Do.Do --.--------------------do-----------------------------New York.Do----------------------do------------------1--------------Virginia.Do.-.-.-------------------do-----------------3 ------------Washington.Myelophilus piniperda (ScolyPinus sylvestris (Scotch 3 ----------.---. .New York.tidae). pine).Do--.--------------Pine slat on peat moss bale1 -------------Do.Myzus ornatus (aphid)-----Syringa sp. (lilac)--------1 ------------Do.Pheletes quercus (Elateridae) .Hyacinthus sp-----.--.-._ 1 ------------Virginia.Pityogenes bidentatus (ScolytiPine slat on packing of 1 ------------New York.dae). peat moss.Sericus brunneus (Elateridae). Rosa chinensis manetti 1 -------------IllinoisSetomorpha insectella (TineiI ilium candidum (Ma1 -----------New York.dae). donna lily).Taeniothrips vulgatissimus Brassica oteracea capitata ----------.---1 Do.(thrips).Thrips angusticeps (thrips)------do.-.-------------------------------1 Do.Do-----------------Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ----.------------1 Maryland.Do .-------------------do----------------------------2 Massachusetts.Thrips validus (thrips)------do-------. -.---------------------1 New York.Toxrotus cursor (CerambyPine slat on peat moss 1 ------------Do.cidae). bale.Xylotrupes bajulus (Scolyti----do-------------------1 ------------Do.doe).

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44 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host C V Collected in-pest bbNETHERLANDS-ContinuedDiseases:Aphelenchoides parietinus. Hy-Iracinthus sp.------------1 -----------New York.Do. ..-----------------Lilium tenuifolium (coral 2 ------------Do.lily).Do. ..-----------------Narcissus sp------6 ------------Do.Do.-----------------Scilla peruviana (Peruvian 1 ------------Pennsylvania.squill).Do -.------------------Tigridia sp---------------6 --------------District of Co-lumbia.Aphelenchus arenae-.-------Chionodoxa luciliae (glory1 ---------. ---New York.of-the-snow).Do. .-----------------Eremurus sp. (desert1 -----------District of Co--candle). lumbia.Do-----------------Scilla sp.-------------------1 ----------New York.Aphelenchus avenue (?)-----Narcissus sp-------.------1 --------------Do.Botrytis qalanthina.---------Galanthus nivalis (snow1 --------------Maryland.drop).Do ..--------------------.do. .-----------------1 ----. -----Michigan.Do --.----------------.-----.do. ..-----------------9 ----------New York. Do. ..--------------------.do .-----------------6 ------------Pennsylvania.Do-.--.--------------ucari comosum (cipol1 ------------Do.1mbO).Botrytis narcissicola---------Narcissus sp------------1 -----. .New York.Botrytis parasitica.-------------do -----------------3-----------Do.Coleosporium campanulae -Campanula persicifolia 1 -----------District of Co-(peachleaf bell-flower). lumbia.Colletotrichum omnivorum. Aspidistra lurida (aspidis--------.----1 New York.tra).Ditylenchus dipsaci.---------Chionodoxa luciliae rosea I ---. ----------Do.(glory-of-the-snow).Do.--------.----------Chionodora luejliae (glory4 --------------Do.of-the-snow).Do-----------------Colchicum speciosum alba. 1 ------------District of Co-lumbia.Do. ..-----------------Convallaria majalis (lily-of1 ------------New York.the-valley).Do .---------------------do .-----------------1 ------------Pennsylvania.Do..-----------------Hyacinthus sp------------1------------Michigan.Do .------------------do------------------2 -----------New York.Do-----. ------------Hymenocailis calanthina 1 1 --. -.----District of Co-(lilybasket). lumbia.Do.-------------------Iris xiphioides (English 1 -----------New York.iris).Do. .-----------------Iris sp .------------------20 3 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do-----------------Muscari sp. -------------1 ------------New York.Do. .-----------------Narcissus sp-------------3 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Do --.-.---------------------do -------------------3-------------New York.Do---.----------------Solanum tuberosum (po-.------------1 Pennsylvania.tato).Do-----.------------Tigridia pavonia var----------1---------District of Co-lumbia.Do-------.-----------Tigridia violacea--------------1 ---------Do.Do-----------------Tigridia sp.-------------2 ------------Do.Leptothyrium macrothecium. Paeonia sp--------.--.---1-.---------Do.Papvlospora parasitica------Tutipa sp. (tuli p)--.----1-----------New York.Do ---------------------Do---------------1 ------------Pennsylvania.Do ----------------------Do ..-----------------1 -----------Virgiia.Paraphelenchus pseudopariNarcissus sp-------------2 -----------New York.etinus.Pestalozzia macrotrichum----Rhododendron sp -----------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Pestatozzia rhododendri -------.---.do .------------------. .1 ------------Do.Pratylenchus pratensis.-------Convallaria majalis (lily-of2 -----------New York.the-valley).Urocystis colchici.------------Colchicumn sp. (crocus).-. 3 ------------District of Co-lumbia.Vermicularia dematium------Dahlia sp.----------------------1 ------New York.Verticillium albo-atrum .-------.--.do -----------------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 45List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestNEVISInsects:Asterolecanium miliaris (CocBamboo. .----------------.---1 . .ew York.cidae).Targionia hartii (Coccidae). Dioscorea sp. (yarn) -------------Do.NEWFOUNDLANDInsects: IOlethreutid. .--------------Vaccinium riti.-idaea (lin2 Illinois.gonberry).Do. .--------------------.do.---.----------.10 --Mich0 0 . . . . ..II. .--.I.----.N ew Y ork .Do ...-----------------Vaccinium sp. (blueberry) --------Illinois.Do----------------------do --------------.------Mlichigan.Tortricid---.------------------do----. --.-.Pennsylvania.Diseases:Sporonema oxycocci---------Vaccinium rit is-idaea ----2 Michigan.NEW ZEALANDInsects:Hieroxestis omoscopa (TineBeilschmiedia tarari------1 ---Hawaii.*idae).Phenacaspis eugeniae (Coc.Xeryta sinclairii -Do.*cidae).Tort rix excessana (TortricMetrosideros tome ntosa ---1 -California.*idae).Trionymu8 diminutus (CocPhormium cookianum---1 Hawaii.*cidae).Do .-----------------Phormium tenax (New -Do.*Diseases: Zealand flaxlily).DVireasia.Mycosphaerelta citrullinaCucurbita pepo (vegetable .---.1 Virginia.marrow).Physalospora malorum-. Malus sylrestris (apple) -------------------1 Pennsylvania.NTCARAGUAInsects:Altica fulripes (ChrysomelBanana debris.-------1I -----Louisiana.idae).Metamasius sericeus (ilky d ..----------.---.-.-.-Do.cane weevil). -NORWAYInsects:!aspeyresia strobilella (spruce Picea excelsea (Norway -----1 ---------District of Co-cone moth). spruce). lumbia.Do.-.-----------------Picea sp. (spruce------2 --------M------assachusetts.Do -----.---... --do-.-----\New York.Olethreutid.---------------Vacinium sp -------. --rn -Washington.Diseases:Aphelenchus arenae---------Solanum tuberosum-----------1 Texas.A scochyta conorum---------Picea sp. (spruce)----------------------New York.I!endersonia )rossulariae ------Ribes sp. (gooseberry)-.1 -----California.*Phyllosticta grandimaculans-Fragaria sp. (strawberry) -1 New York.Pratylenchus pratensis ----.Daucus carota (carrot)---------------------1 Virginia.Ustilago leris --------------Arena sativa (oats).-.-1 New York.Vermicularia trichella-------Hedera sp. (ivy) .1 Do.NOVA SCOTIADiseases: IDiscella strobilina (?).-----. Picea rubra (red spruce) -Do.Phragmotrichum chailetti----do ------.-.-----------. -Do.NYASALANDInsects:Oxycarenushyalinipennis(LyGossypium sp. (cotton -1 District of Co-gaeidae). seed). lumbia.PALESTINEInsects: (rpfut ~Ceratitis capitata (MediterCitrus grandis (grapefruit) -Massachusetts.ranean fruitfly).Chrrsomphatus dictyospermi Citrus sinensis (orange)-1 Do.var. (Coccidae).

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46 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936-List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host < Collected in-pestC10PALESTINE-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae). Citrus sinensis (orange)----.---.--_----1 Illinois.Parlatoriafluggeae bresiliensis -----do -.----------------------------1 Puerto Rico.(Coccidae).Diseases:Septoria citri.------------------.do.-.-----------. -------------1Virginia.PANAMAInsects:Anastrepha grandis (TrypetiBanana debris-----------1 -----------California.*dae).Anastrepha silvai (Trypetidae) -----do------------------1----.---------Do.*Chrysomphalus scutiformis Citrus sinensis.---------------..----.---1 Do.*(Coccidae).Cicadella albidonotata (CicaMusa sp. (banana) -------1 -----------Do.*dellidae).Cosmotoma fasciata (CeramBanana debris.-----------1 ------------Do.* bycidae).Fureaspis biformis (Coccidae)Epidendrumatropurpureum -----1 -----------Do.* (orchid).Do---.--------------------do.------.------------------1 ------District of Co-lumbia.Do ..-----------------Odontoglossum sp. (orchid) -.--1 --------California.*Do-------------------Oncidium panamense (or-----1 ---------Do.*chid). Do. ..-----------------Oncidium sp. (orchid) 1---. ----.-------District of Co-lumbia.Do.-------------------Orchid-----------------------1 ------California.*Do .--------------------do ------.----------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Do..--------------------do. .-----------------------1 ------New York.Ieilipus perseae (CurculioniPersea americana (avo---------.---. .-1 .Maryland.dae). cado).Iieinichionaspis minor straCitrus aurantifolia (lime) -.--------------2 Do.S'ani (Coccidae).Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocCodiaeum sp. (croton) .-----.--. -.---.1 Do.cidae).Leucaspis indica (Coccidae)_ Mangifera indica (mango) -----1 --------California.*Metamasius sericeus (silky Banana debris---.---------5 -------------Alabama.cane weevil).Do------------. -----------.do. -----------------5 -----------California.*Do.--------------------do -.-----------------9 ----------.---. Louisiana.Do .-----------------Musa sp. (banana)-------21 -----------California.*Sacadodes pyralis (South Gossypium sp. (cotton--------1 ------Louisiana.American bollworm). seed).Stephanederes guatemalensis Acacia sp--------.-.------1 Do.(Scolytidae).Targionia hartii (Coccidae)-. Yucca sp --------------------------Texas.Targionia sacchari (Coccidae)Saccharum officinarum-------. --1 -.---New York.Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae)Aspasia sp. (orchid)----------1---------California.*Do .-----------------Brassia verrucosa (orchid) ---------1------District of Co-lumbia.Do ---------.--.--.-----. Stanhopea sp. (orchid)-----------1 . -. Do.Wasmannia auropunctata Orchid.-----------------.--.------------California.*(ant).PARAGUAYInsects:Thamnote/tix pulchellus (CiPhaseolussp. (string bean) ------1 -.-.-. --.District of Co-eadellidae). lumbia.Diseases:Elsinot aurtralis -----------Citr-' limon .-----------2 ------. -. -New York.Insects:Dinoderus biforcolatus (BcsSerjania mexicana (bar1 --------------Do.trichilac). basco).Zabrotes subfasciatus (BruchiPhaveolus lunatus macro------1 ---------Do.dae). carpus (lima bean).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 47List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,in clu sive-ContinuedNumber of interceptions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pest -PHILIPPINESInsects:Chrysomphalus rossi (CocciPhalaernopsis schilleriana 1 -----------California.*dae). (orchid).Hemichionaispis townsendi Dendrobium aureum (or-----------------Hawaii.*(Coccidae). chid).Do-.-----------------Phalaenopsis a m a b i l i s ---------Do.*rfnestadiara (orchid).Icerya aegyptiaca (Coccidae). Codiccum sp. (croto) ----------------1 Pennsylvania.Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Co----do---------------------------1 Do.cidae).Lepidosaphestubutorum (CoeCocos nucijera (coconut)-----------------California.*cidae).Orchidophilus aterrimus (CurGrammatophyllum multi------1 ------------Hawaii.*culionidae). florv;, (orchid).Do--------------.---. -Grarumafophyllum specioI -DiArictof Co-snun
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48 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1938List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestc5ePORTUGALInsects:Laspeyresia splendana (OleCastanea sp. (chestnut)-.-2 --------------New York,threutidae).Do. .-----------------Quercus sp----------------------------District of Co-lumbia..Minthea rugicollis (Lyctidae). Coffea sp-------------------1----------New York.Parlatoria zi ziphus (Coccidae) Citrus sp ----------------------------1 Maryland.Pseudococcus boninsis (CocciSaccharum officinarum-------------1 ------New York.dae).Stephanoderes hampei (coffee Coffea sp ------------------3-----------Do.berry borer).Diseases:Ditylenchus dipsaci---------Solanum tuberosum-------. ---.----------1 Texas.Sclerotinia laxa.------------Prunus sp. (cherry)---------------1----New York.PUERTO RicoInsects:Anastrepha mombinpraeopCitrus sinensis (orange).--. ---------------1 Do.tans (Trypetidae).Do.-----------------Mangifera indica (mango) ---------------1 Alabama.Do-------------------do---------------------1 1 ------New York.Do.------------------Psidium guajava (guava) ---------1 ----Do.Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)Mangijera indica (mango) 1 -_. 2 -Do.Do ---------------------do-----------------------------1 Texas.Do _.------------------Psidium guajaza (guava) ---1 -----------New York.Aspidiotus herculeanus (CocSpondias cytherea (golden 1 -------------Do.cidae). apple).Cylas formicarius ( weetpoIpomoea batatas (sweetpo---------1 Do.tato weevil). tato). Euscepes batatae (West Indi--.do .-----------------------2 5 Do.an sweetpotato weevil).Hemichionaspis minor straAnnona muricata (sour---------1 Do.chani (Coccidae). sop).Lachnopus curvipes (CurculiIn package containing -----1 -----------Do.onidae). plantain, flowers, cactusleaves, etc.Nfarmara sp. (Gracilariidae)> Citrus sinensis (orange)---------------1 Louisiana.Maruca testulalis (bean pod Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 1 --------New York.borer).Morganella longispina (CocCitrus grandis (grapefruit) ---------------1 Maryland.cidae).Do----------------------do --------------------------1 Virginia.Morganella maskelli (Cocci-----do.--------------------------1 California.*dae).Myelois sp. (Pyralididae).----Tamarindus indica (tama3 -------------New York.rind).Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae).Persea americana (avoca--------------1 Do.do).Taeniothrips simplex (gladioGladiolus sp.--------------------2----Do.lus thrips).Do---------------------do----.---------------------3 -Pennsylvania.Targionia sacchari (Coccidae). Saccharum officinarum -------------1 ------New York.Xvleborus affini8 (Scolytidae). Citrus sinensis.-------------.------1 Louisiana.Diseases:Colletotrichum cajani--------Cajanus indicus (pigeon --------3 -------New York.pea).Nectria cinnabarina---------Rosa sp --------.------.---. ------1---Pennsylvania.Pestalozzia palmarum------Cocos nucifera (coconut) ----------------1 New York.Vermicularia dematium------Phaseolus sp. (string bean) --------1 --. --Do.RUMANIADiseases:Cylinm'rosporium pomi.-------alus sylvestris (apple) ----------1 .Do.ST. KITTSInsects:Asterolecanium miliaris (CocBamboo.------------------1 ---------District of Co-cidae). lumbia.ST. LUCIAInsects:Coccus viridis (Coccidae)--.-. Citrus aurantifolia (lime). 4 -----------New York.Hemichionaspis minor stra..do.------------------. .2 ------------Do.chani (Coccidae).Do.-----------------Citrus limonia (lemon) ------------------1 Massachusetts.

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June 1937) SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 49List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1986, to June 80, 1937inclusive--ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestST. LUCIA-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocCodiaeum sp. (croton) --------------1 Massachusetts.cidae).Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae). Citrus grandis (grapefruit) --------------1 Virginia.Morganella longispina (CocCitrus sinentis (orange) -------------1 Pennsylvania.cidae).Parlatoria crotonis (CocciCodiaeum sp. (croton) -------------assachusetts.dae).Do -------------------------do -------------------------1 New York.Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis Citrus grandis ---------------------------1 Georgia.(Coccidae).Do. .-----------------Psidium guajava (guava) ---------1 Massachusetts.ST. VINCENTInsects:Chrysomphalus dictyospermi Citrus li no i a (lemon) .--1 Maryland.var. (Coccidae).Do.-.---------------Citrus sinensis (orange)-----.1 Do.Coccus viridis (Coccidae)-. Citrus aurantilolia (lime) -----------------2 Massachusetts.Euscepes batatae (West InIpomoea batatas (sweetpo----------------2 Do.dian sweetpotato weevil). tato).Diseases:Pratylenchus pratensis-------Dioscorea sp. (yam) ---------------1 Do.SCOTLANDInsects:Acalyptaparvula (Tingitidae) Calluna rulgaris (heather) 1 ------------New York.Apion pornonae (CurculioniVicia angustifolia (vetch)1---------------Do.dae).Do.-.-----------------Vicia sp. (vetch) ---------2 Alabama.Do-.--------------.---. do ------------. 1 Louisiana.Bruchus luteicornis (BruchiVicia angustifolia--.--1 New York.dae.)Do. .-----------------Vicia sp.-----------3.3 Alabama.Do---.--------------------do ------------_-.--. 1. Louisiana.Do---.--------------do -----------------2 New York.Ceutorhynchus pleurostig-ma Brassica camipestris (ruta ---------.--1 Pennsylvania.(turnip gall weevil). baga).Do-. .-----------------Brassica rapa (turnip) --------------1 Do.Ceutorhynchus sulcicollis (CurCalluna rulgaris (heather). ------1 ------------ew York.culionidae).Coleophora sp. (Coleophori.do---------------------25-----------Do.dae).Do ------------------do --------------------1----------Pennsylvania. Endrosis lacteella (Oecophori----do ----------------------1------------New York.dae).Frankliniella intonsa (thrips) .do----------------------1-----------Do.Gtlechia ericetella (Gelechii----do---------------------1 ------------Illinois.dae).Do---.-------------.---. do ---------------------2-----------New York. Geometrid ---.-----------------do -----------------------------Illinois.Do--.--------------.--. do------------------------------Maryland.Do .-.---------------------do --------------------69 ------------New York.Do-------------------do----------------------3----------Pennsylvania.Do..-----------------Cirsium sp. (thistle) -----------1 ------------New York.Limothrips dentiernis (thrips) Calluna u/garis (heather) ---------1 Do.Lochmaea suturalis (Chry-----do---------------------1 -----------Do.somelidae).Micrelus ericae (Curculioni----do----------------------1------Maryland.dae).Do.--------------------do --------------------94 ------------New York.Noctuid.-.-------------------do-------------------1----.-------Maryland.Do----------------------do ----------------------6----------New York.Olethreutid ----------------do----------------------6-----------Do.Orthezia cataphracta (Cocci----do----------------------1-----------Do.d ae).Orthotylus ericetorum (MiriCalluna vulgaris (heather) ------1 -----------Do.dae).Platythrips tunicatus (thrips)----do---------------------2 -----------Do.Plusia sp. (Noctuidae)-------do.--------------.-.-. --2 Do.Psylliodes chrysocephala Brassica oleracea botrytis. ------1-----------Do.(Chrysomelidae). (cauliflower).Do.-----------------Brassica rapa (turnip) -----.----------1 Pennsylvania.

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50 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host W Collected in-pest WSCOTLAND-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Rhinocola ericae (Chermidae). Calluna vulgaris --------------2 -.-New York.Do. .---------------------do .----------------------2 ---------Pennsylvania.Rhopalosiphum tulipaella Gladiolus sp-------------.----1 ---------District of Co-(aphid). lumbia.Strophosoma melanogramCalluna vulgaris---------------1 ---------New York.mum (Curculionidae).Stygnocoris fuligineus (Ly-----.do.---------------------1------------Do.gaeidae).Taeniothrips atratus (thrips) --.----.do-----------------------1 ---------Massachusetts.Do ------------------.-----.do. .-----------------------1 ---------Michigan.1)0.----------------------do ---.---------------------85 ---------New York.Do -..----------------------.do .-----------------------1 -------_-Pennsylvania.Do. .-------------------Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ------------------1 New York.Do.-------------------Lavandula sp. (lavender) -------1 ----------Do.Taeniothrips ericae (thrips).Calluna vulgaris (heather).-----50 ---------Do.Taeniothrips vulgatissimus -----do -------------------------1 ---------Massachusetts.(thrips).Do. ..----------------------do. ..----------------------2 ---------New York.Thrips flavus (thrips) ---------.--.-.--------------------.--. 2 ----------Do.Do. ..----------------------do.----------------------1 ---------Pennsylvania.Thripsfuscipennis (thrips) ---.----.do. .----------------------3 --------New York.Tingis cardui (Tingitidae).-------do----------------------.-. .1----------Do.Tortricid ------------------. ----do ---------------------.---. 12 ---------Do.Ulopa reticulata (Cicadolli-----do.--------------------.--15 ---------Do.dae).Diseases:Septoria chrysantheimella.-----Chrysanthe mum sp --------------. ----. I ---Do.SIAMInsects:lemichionaspis townsendi Saccolabium giganteum --1 ------------District of Co-(Coccidae). lumbia.Parlatoria ziziphus (CocciCitrus grandis (poinelo) -----------------1 Washington,dae).SOUTH AMERICAInsects:Arnastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -Lucuma obovata -----------------1------New York.S PAINInsects: Ceratitis capitata (MediterraCitrus sinensis (orange) -----------------1 Louisiana.nean fruit fly).Do. ..----------------------.do.------------------------.----1 New York.Do----------------. .. ------.do -.------------------------------1 Puerto Rico.Do.-------------------Vitis sp. (grape) -----------.------------1 Massachusetts.Do .-------------------Paper wrapping around --------------1 New York.orange.Chilo sp. (Pyralididae) ------Oryza satira (rice)--------1 .--. -.--. Do.Chrysonphalus dictyospermi Citrus limonia (lemon) ---------------1 1 Maryland.var. (Coccidae).Do .----------------------do. ..------------------------------1 Massachusetts.Do ---------------------do _.-------------------------------I Texas.o ..-------------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ---------------2 3 Maryland.Do ..-------------------Euonynms sp.-----------------3 .New York.Do. ..-------------------Palm .----------------------------1 Do. Do ---------------------Rosa sp.------------------.-----. -.-. .-District of Co-lumbia.Eriococcus araucaiiae (CocciAraucaria sp --------------.---. . ---2 .--New York.de).Parlatoria fluggeae brasiliensis Citrus sinensis (orange) ----.-----------1 --. Texas.(Coccidae). C orniaParlatoria ziziph iq (Cor0eCifru i linor ia (lemion a.--.------------1dae).Do -.-------------------Citrus sinensis (orange) ---------------2 ' e. as.Psylliodes chrysocephala Brassica rapa (turnip) -----.--------------1 New York. (Chrysoinelidac).Diseases:Phytophthora citrophthora----Citrus sinensis ----. ..-.-1 Pennsylvania.Septoria citri..--------------Citrus Iinonia ------------------------2 Do.Septoria citri (?)------------Citrus sinensis ---------------------1 -. .Virginia.

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 51List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 80, 1937,inclusiveContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host C Collected in-pest tf,STRAITS SETTLEMENTSInsects:Aspidiotuspalmae(Coccidae)_ Palm --------------------------------I New York.Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae)_ Oncidiurn sphacelatum (or----------1 --------California.*chid). Icerya pulcher (Coccidae)----. Palm ----------------------------1 New York. Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocCodiaeum sp. (croton) -------------------2 Maryland.cidae).Do -----------------------P-usylvania.Orchidophk4tsaterrinus (CurDenarwobiurn pierirdi --I I ----Ci'lornia.*culionidae). (orchid).Do ----------------------Orncidium shacelitu --------1 Do.*(orchid).Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Vanda sp. (orchid) --------------Do.*(Coccidae).Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae) Citrus grandis (poinclo) -----------------2 Do.*Do -----------------------d o -----------------------------------1 far a nd.Do--------------------do -----------------------------------2 Maw ohusetts.Do ---------------------o -----------------------1 -( arolina.Stephcznodereshampei(ScoIytCofTea sp ---------------1--------1 N York.idae).Diseases:Bactrrium citri_------------Citros qr ndis 1 Pennsylvania.Botryth 7l/iu----------------Allium cepa ni-----------------1 Vi--inia.Phoma citricarpa.------------. .s liwonic (lmon) -----------------M asachusetts.SUMATRAInsects:Parlator if pscud-apidiotus V'nda sp. orclhi) )-----------------I California.*(Coccidae).SWEDENInsects:Acantho'inus aedilis (CeramPinus sp. (pine) ------------2 -----------------ew York. bycidae).Acrolepia assectelto (PlutelAtli'm porrum (leek) -----------1----------Do.lidae).Anthaiia quadripanctata (BuPinus sp. (pine) -----------1 ------------Do.prestica&.Athous s bf4scas (Elateridac)Ncircisus sp -----------------------1 Do.Cacenopt ra minor (CeramPi:s sp. (pine) ----------2 -Do.bycidae).Ceutorh Inchcus plrortiqia Brassica cam pestris (ruta--1 Do.(turnip gall wrevil). baa).Hylobius abitlis &urculioniPine wood packing on -----Do.dae). peat noss.Laspeyresiq stroiL4L1/a (OPicza sp. (sprncc) -----------------2 Do.threutidae).Magdalis violcra (CurculPiaus sp. (oine)----------1 --Do.ionilae).Pityogenes c h atc;orapihus 0 --------------------1 Do.(Scolyt idac).Pityoges m i C r g r a P hS us---__do ----------------------Do.(Scolrtidae).Pogonochrus fasciculirts -----do --------------------2 Do.(Ceramnbycidac). 2-Semarnotus uniatus (Ceram-----.do-. ---------------Do.hyeidae).Tdropium luridemn (Cer-rn ---------------------I---------Do.bycidae).Diseases:Colletotrichum ru!npens ------R ,ii sp. (rhubarb)I Virginia.Ditylenchus dipsai -----------S r;aruim tuer-sui1 T :Q.Do .-------------------io-------------------------1-IignaDo~~ ---_-_ _ --_-_-_. 1 Virginia.iAfycospharrellc si rnm tea Vcccinium sp -------------1------Vsuhington.Thecopsora areolata -----------Picea ecels (orwa 1 --ew York.SWITZERLANDInsects:Bruchidius villosus (BruchiCyfisas sp----------------------Do.dac).Earias sp. (Nottuidae)-------Gossypium sp. (cotton) I .Do.(waste).

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52 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1936List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-pestSWITZERLAND-ContinuedInsects-Continued.Frankliniella intonsa (thrips)-_ Ipomoeasp.(morning-glory) -----1 ------------New York.Laspeyresia splendana (OleCastanea sp. (chestnut)--------1 ------------Do.threutidae).Parlatoria camelliae (CocciCamelliajaponica --------------1 ----------Do.dae).Taeniothrips picipes (thrips). Ipomoea sp. (morning-glory) ------1 -------------Do.Thrips validus (thrips)------Gentiana sp. (gentian)--------1 ------------Do.SYRIAInsects:Bruchus dcntipcs (Bruchidae) Vicia faba (fava bean) -1 ---------------ichigan.Bruchus ervi (Bruchidae)-. Lens esculenta (lentil) 1 ----------------New York.Chrysomphalus inopinatus Malus sylvestris (apple) -----------Do.(Coccidae).Lepidosaphes halli (Coccidae) Prunusarmeniaca (apricot --------I------------District of Co-luimbia.TAHITIInsects:Parlatoria cinerea (Coccidae) Citrus sinensis (orange) ------------------1 California.*Trionymus sacchari (CocciSaccharum officinaru -1 District of Co-dae). (sugarcane). lumbia.TAIWANInsects:Fiorinia theae (Coccidae)----Citrus grandis (pomelo) ---------------------1 Maryland.Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae) ----------------------------------1 Do.TANGANYIKAInsects:Stephanodereshampei(ScolytCoffea sp ---------------------1------------New York.idae).TOBAGODiseases:Uredo ignava --------------Bambusa sp -----------------1 ------------Do.TRINIDAD[nsects:Aganectesis iituicora (PyralidCassia fistula (golden------4 ----------Do.idae). shower).Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae)Mangifera indica (mango) ----------------1 Louisiana.Aspidiotus diffinis (Coccidae) Persea americana (avocado) ----------1 --------New York.Asterolecanium aureurn (CocGongora atropurpurea (or------1-----------District of Co-cidae). chid). lumbia.Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae) Orchid -------------------------------Do.Hemichionaspis minor straCitrus aurantifolia (lime).1---------------Massachusetts. chani (Coccidae).Lepidosaphes lasianthi (CocCodiacum sp. (croton)----Maryland.cidae).Lepidosaphes rubrorittatus Herea brasiliensis (Para --------District of C-(Coccidae). rubbertree). lumbia.Marmara sp. (Gracilariidae) Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 1 ----------------New York.Orthaea serrillei (Lygacidae).Man gifera indi a (mango) ----------------1 Louisiana.Parlatoria fluggeae brasilienCitrus sinensis (orange) -----------------Maryland.sis (Coccidae).Do ----------------------do----------------------------------1 Pennsylvania. Phelomerus aberrans (BruchiCassia nodosa (jointwood) -District of Co-dae). lumbia.Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis Annona recticulata (cus--New York.(Coccidae). tard-apple).Xyleborus affinis (Scolytidae) -Tree seed necklace. -1 ------------Do.Diseases:Cerotelium denmiur -----Gos7ypiumin sp. (cotton) ------I Do.Colletotrichjm cajani --------Cajanus indicus (gandule). -----------1 -Do.Glocosporium melongenae -----Solanum melongena (egg----------------Do.plant).Septoria lactucae-----------Lactuca satira (lettuce) -D-.T UNISInsects:Parlatoria blanchardi (CocciPhonix dact ylifrra (date) ..5 .----------Do.dae).

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 53List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep.tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Co'lected in-pestCTURKEYInsects:Brachyplar paltiata (LygaeiPaparer sp. (poppy) -------------1------District of Co-dae). lumbia.Bruchidius histrio (BruchiLupinus sp. (lupine).---------------1 -Do.dae).Bruchus hamatus (Bruchidae) Legume.--.-.-.-.------.-----------1 Do.Do .---------------------Vicia sp. (vetch) ..-----.-Do.Bruch us rufipes (Bruchidae). Legume.---------------.-.--------2 -----Do.Bruchus ulicis (Bruchidae). Seed. .---------------1 ------------Do.Bruchus riciae (Bruchidae).Lathyrus sp ---------------------1 Do.Do--.-.-.-----Levume seed --------------------1. Do.Callirhytis glandium (CynipQuer us Sp. (Valonia) -------15 ----------New York.idae).Dasytiscusaffinis(Dasytidae). Seed----------. .------------1 Distric-t of Co-lumbia.Haplothrips distinguendus .Stipa sp. (1featherass) --. .Do.(thrips).Holcoaster filata (PentaCompositae.------------.-.-.-. .1 ----Do.tomidae).Limothripsconsimilis (thripsy) Atna 8ati a loat) ----------.--. Do.Do-.--------------. -------------ri-a -pic.------. 1 ------Do.Nfacroplaxfasciatus (LygaeiPerennial----------------------.---. 1 -. Do.dae).Do. ...-----------------corznrr sp. serpent-------.1 -Do.root'Do---..------_ -Seed.-.----.----.-. ------.-1 Do.Monanrtia putoni (TingitiI Boragooficinalis -orage--------Do.dae.fonn ychu-s-salriae (Curcu--i Do.onidae).,DNysius cymoides (Lygae ae. Portulaca sp --------------------2 Do.P rLe'e).A ndropog n ischaelum -----.-Do.Peclinophora gossypiea ( pik Gossypiur. cot----Texas.bolkworm). t cn)Stagonomus bipunctatus (PenSeed of unidenti'ted flower---. -.District of Co-tatomidae). lumbia.Diseases:Anguinta tritici -------------Tritica m aestiru m (wheat) 1 --Do.Ditylenchus intermedius -.--.edica go satit a (alfalfa)--. -1 -Do.FrysOphe polygoni.----------Gypsophila sp. (').-------------------Do.POl yftrincium trifoli.---------Trifoliun sp. (clover) -------------1 -.-Do.Do-.-------------------Vicia sp. (vetch) -----------------1 -----Do.Uromyces trifolti-----------Tritolium sp. (clover) -----------1 Do.Ustilago nuda.------------. .Hordeum rulgare (barley). 1 --Do.UNION OF SOUTH AFRICAInsects: Asterolecanium stentae (CocCaraliuma schueinfurthii --------1 -----------California.*cidae).Do ------------------Hoodia sp --------------------1 ------------Do.*Do .-.-----------------Huernta ca.panulata----------1 Do.*Do------------------. uerria sp ------.-.---..-. 1 District of Co-lumbia.Chionaspis subnudatus (CocStapelia gigantea pallida.---1 l aDo.cidae).Do-----------------Stapelia sp-------------.1 Cglifornia.*Chrvsomphalus dictyospermi Citrus sinensis (orange) --------------1 Maryland.var. (Coccidae).Do-------------------do --------------------------1 Washington.Diaspis zamiae (Coccidae). Encephalartos latifrons. 1 .-District of Co-lumbia.Frankliniella schultzei Ornithogalum thyr8oides ---1 New York.(thrips). (chinkerichee).Haplothrips nigricorni8 Helichrysum sp. (everlast1 -------Do.(thrips). ing).Do ---------------------Ornithogalum thyrsoides. .----2 Washington.Hercinothrips pattersoni Aloe grandidentata.---------1---------District of Co-(thrips). lumbia.Parlatoria fluggeae brasiliensis Citrus sinewnis (orange) ----.---I Virginia.(Coccidae).Par/atoria ziziphus (Cocci-.do--.-------------------.--. -1 'Maryland.dae).Taeniothrips fumosa (thrips). Ornithogalum thyrsoides --------2 -------.-District of Co-lumbia.D o----------------do --.d--------. . ----.-56 .-. -. ..N ew York.

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54 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE [July 1930List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host ( W Collected in-pest bo -UNTON OF SOUTH AFRICA-Con.Diseases:Hsterosporium ornithogali--Ornithogalum thyrsoides --------1 ----------Michigan.Do----------------------.do.---------------------6 ---------Pennsylvania.Mycosphaerella citrullina.--Cucurbitapepo (pumpkin)---------------1 Do.Physalospora obtusa--------Malus sylvestris (apple) --------------1 Virginia.Puccinia ornithogali-thyrsoidesOrnithogalur thyrsoides-------3 ---------Illinois.Do -. ..---------------------do .----------------------1.---------Massachusetts.Do._.----------------.do.--------------------21 ---------New York.Do -.---------------------do.---------------------3 ---------Pennsylvania.Uromyces chloridis---------Chloris radiate .-----------------1 ------New York.UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALISTREPUBLICSInsects:Lepidosaphes conchiformis Punica sp.--------------------1 ----------District of Co(Coccidae). lumbia.Diseases:Sphaeropsis salicis (?)------Salix sp---------------------1----------Do.VENEZUELAInsects:Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae) -Achras apota sapodillaa) -------.------. New York.Asterolecanium aureum (CocOrchid.-----------------1 ------------District of Co-cidae). lumbia. Bephrata maculicollis (EuryAnnona muricata (sour--------2 -------New York.tonidae). sop).Castvia sp. (Castniidae)----Orchid .-----------------1 -----------District of Co-lumbia.Coccus rirHis (Cn-cidae) Ci/r's sinenis (orangy. _ _-_-_ _ --1 ._--New York.Eurytoma orchidearaun (EuryCatileya sp. (orchid).------1 ------------District of Co-tomidae). lumbia.Do--------------------Orchid-----------------2 ------------Do.Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae). Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------3 ------------Do.Do_...-------------------do. .------------------. 1 1 ------Puerto Rico.Do -.-----------------Orchid..----------------------1 ------Alabama.Do...--------------------do. .-----------------1 1 ------District of Co-lumbia.Heraeus cincticornis (Lygaei----do ------------------1. .------------Do.dae).Macrosiphum luteun (aphid). Cycnoches chlorochilon --------1 ------Puerto Rico.(swan-orchid).Mordellistena sp. (MordelliOrchid-.-----------------. -----------District of Co-dae). lum bia.Noctuid .----------------Cattleya sp. (orchid) ------1 -------------Do.Do ---------------------Orchid.------------------. .3 ------------Do.Pachymerus nucleorum (BruAttalea cohune (cohune 1 ------------New York.chidae). palm).Paralincus terminals (PentaCattleya sp. (orchid).------1 ------------District of Co-tomidac). lumbia.Phatnoma annulipes (TingitiPacking around orchids. 1------------Do.dae).Pseudoparlatoria ostreata Cattleya sp. (orchid)------------1 -----Puerto Rico.(Coccidae).'enthecoris bicolor (Miridae) -.----do -.-----------------2 1 ---------District of Co-lumbia.Do.---------------------Orchid-------------------2 -------------Do.Tincid ..-----------------Cattleya sp. (orchid)------3 ------------Do.Do --.-----------------Orchid.-----------.---.--5------------Do.Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae) -----do ----------------------------1 ------Puerto Rico.Xyleborus confusus (ScolytiMangifera indica (mango) -----------1 --Do.dae).Zophobas morio (TenebrioniCattleya sp. (orchid) --------3 ------------District of Co-dae). lumbia.Diseases:Collectotrichum orchidearum-Orchid -------------------1 ------------Do.Gloeosporium affini.--------Cattleya mossiae (orchid). 1------------California.*Do.------------------Orchid-------------------1 . . -. District of Co-lumbia.Nectria binotiana-.-.-. Cattleya mossiae-----------. 1 . . ..California.*

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June 1937] SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 55List, by countries, of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937,inclusive-ContinuedNumber of intercep-tions in-Country of origin and name of Host Collected in-VIRGIN ISLANDSInsects:Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae)Tamarindus indica (tama-----2 ---------New York.rind).Ceroputo barberi (Coccidae). Codiaeum sp. (croton)----------1 ---------Do.Pectinophora gossypiella (pink Hibiscus esculentus (okra) ------2 ------------Do. bollworm).Targionia hartii (Coccidae). Dioscorea sp. (yam)------------3 ---------Do.Do-.-----------------Xanthosoma 8agittifolium -----1 ---------Do.(yautia).WEST AFRICAInsects: Targionia bromeliae (CocciAnanas sativus .------------. .---1 Do.dae).WEST INDIESInsects:Leucaspis cockerelli (CocciPedilanthus tithymaloides 2 --------------District of Co-dae). (redbird-cactus). lumbia.Diseases: Gloeosporium josephinae ------Cereus lemairii (cactus) .1 ------------Do.YUGOSLAVIAInsects:Lepidosaphesficus (Coccidae). Ficus sp. (fig) ------------------1 ---------Do. Diseases:Aphelenchoides parietinus----Fragaria sp. (strawberry) . -.--------New York.Erysiphe polygoni.---------Rumex sp---------------1 -.----. ---. Do.Stysanus stemonites--------Lilium sp. (lily)------------------1 ------Do.Tilletia foetans -------------7riticum aestivum (wheat) ------1 ----------Do.UNKNOWN ORIGNInsects:Chilo sp. (Pyralididae)------Oryza sativa (rice).--------I ---. ---------Texas.Cosmopolites sordidus (banana Banana debris-----------1 ------------Louisiana.root borer).Leucaspis coclerelli (CocciDendrobium sp. (orchid).1 ------------District of Co-dae). lumbia. Metamasius sericeus (silky Banana debris .-.---17 ------------Louisiana.cane weevil).Do ------------------Musa sp. (banana) ---1 --------------Do.Metamasius services carbonaBanana debris.-----------1 ------------Do.rius (Curculionidae).Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae). Codiaeum variegatum (cro--------1 -----New York. ton).Diseases:Cerotelium desmium-------Gossypium sp. (cotton) --------1 ------Do.(leaf).U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE1939.

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